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COLBY COLLEGE 
GENERAL CATALOGUE 

1820-1920 



GENERAL CATALOGUE 

OF 

OFFICERS, GRADUATES AND 
FORMER STUDENTS 

OF 

COLBY COLLEGE 



CENTENNIAL EDITION 
1820-1920 



WATERVILLE, MAINE 

PUBLISHED BY THE COLLEGE 

1920 



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COMMITTEE ON THE GENERAL CATALOGUE 



CHARLES P. CHIPMAN, '06, Chairman 

JULIAN D. TAYLOR, '68 

JENNIE M. SMITH, '81 

DUDLEY P. BAILEY, '67 

PERCY S. MERRILL, '94 

FRANK K. SHAW, '81 

CHARLES F. T. SEAVERNS, '01 



1805821 



CONTENTS 



Foreword 7 

Corporation 9 

Faculty and Other Officers 16 

Graduates : 

Men's Division 25 

Women's Division 203 

Non-Graduates : 

Men's Division 245 

Women's Division 347 

Theological, Department: 

Graduates 373 

Non-Graduates 374 

Medical Department: 

Graduates 376 

Non-Graduates 378 

Advanced Degrees 379 

Honorary Degrees 380 

Summary 410 

Addenda 411 

Index 413 



COLBY COLLEGE 



Chartered by the General Court of Massachusetts as The Maine 
Literary and Theological Institution, February 27, 1813. Theological 
Department opened July, 1818. Literary Department opened October, 
1819. 

Authorized by the first Legislature of Maine "to confer such degrees 
as are usually conferred by Universities", June 19, 1820. 

Name of the Institution changed to Waterville College by Act of 
Legislature, February 5, 1821. 

Name of the Corporation changed to "The President and Trustees of 
Colby University", by Act of Legislature, January 23, 1867. 

Name of the Corporation changed to "The President and Trustees of 
Colby College", by Act of Legislature, January 25, 1899. 



FOREWORD 



The Centennial Edition of the General Catalogue of Colby College, 
while prepared mainly on the same plan as the Third Edition, issued 
in 1909, differs from it in some respects. For the first time an attempt 
has been made to give full biographical data regarding former students 
of the college who did not graduate. These records are still far from 
complete, owing to the difficulty in locating non-graduate students of 
later years and the impossibility of obtaining information regarding 
those of the earliest period in the short time allowed for the preparation 
of the book. 

In order to keep the book of convenient size it has been necessary to 
omit much material which it was at first hoped might be included. This 
material is, however, on file at the college and is available for future 
use should occasion arise. 

The Editor is grateful for the aid rendered by many individuals, by 
the several fraternities and sororities, and by the members of the Com- 
mittee, in the gathering of statistics. He is especially indebted to Dr. 
J. D. Taylor, '68, who has read the proof, and to Rev. W. P. Chipman, 
D.D., without whose untiring help during many months the completion 
of the Catalogue in time for the Centennial would have been an 
impossibility. 

In a work involving so great a multitude of details there must be 
many errors. The Editor believes that the number will be found to be 
small when the complexity of the material and the shortness of the 
time available are considered. Errors and omission can be avoided in 
future editions if all who notice such mistakes will promptly report to 
the Editor. 

CHARLES P. CHIPMAN. 
Colby College Library, 
May 1, 1920. 



CORPORATION 



PRESIDENTS 

cease. Titles and degrees of officers are given as they 

1822-1833. *Rev. JEREMIAH CHAPLIN, D.D. *184-1. 

1833-1836. *Rev. RUFUS BABCOCK, D.D. *1875. 

1836-1839. *Rev. ROBERT EVERETT PATTISON, D.D. *1874. 

1841-1843. *ELIPHAZ FAY, A.M. *1854. 

1843-1853. *Rev. DAVID NEWTON SHELDON, D.D. *1889. 

1854-1857. *Rev. ROBERT EVERETT PATTISON, D.D. *1874. 

1857-1873. *Rev. JAMES TIFT CHAMPLIN, D.D. *1882. 

1873-1882. *Rev. HENRY EPHRAIM ROBINS, D.D. *1917. 

1882-1889. *Rev. GEORGE DANA BOARDMAN PEPPER, D.D. *1913. 

1889-1892. ALBION WOODBURY SMALL, A.M., Ph.D. 

1892-1895. *Rev. BENAIAH LONGLEY WHITMAN, D.D. *1911. 

1896-1901. Rev. NATHANIEL BUTLER, Jr., D.D. 

1901-1908. Rev. CHARLES LINCOLN WHITE, D.D. 

1908- ARTHUR JEREMIAH ROBERTS, A.M. 

VICE-PRESIDENTS 

1835-1847. *HoN. TIMOTHY BOUTELLE, LL.D. *1855. 

1847-1849. *H0N. WILLIAM KING. *1852. 

1850-1853. *H0N. NATHAN WESTON, LL.D. *1872. 

1853-1859. *H0N. JOHN HUBBARD, M.D., LL.D. *1869. 

1859-1874. *HoN. ABNER COBURN. *1885. 

TREASURERS 

1831-1832. *HON. TIMOTHY BOUTELLE, LL.D. *1855. 

1832-1834. *DANIEL COOK, M.D. *1863. 

1834-1851. *JAMES STACKPOLE, A.M. *1880. 

1851-1881. *ELDRIDGE LAWRENCE GETCHELL, A.M. *1899. 

1881-1902. *HoN. PERCIVAL BONNEY, LL.D. *1906. 

1902-1917. GEORGE KEELY BOUTELLE, LL.B. 

1917-1918. FRANK BAILEY HUBBARD, Acting Treasirrer. 

1918- FRANK BAILEY HUBBARD. 



Colby College 



TRUSTEES 



1822-1874 
1874-1885 
1885-1890. 
1890-1902, 
1902-1906, 
1907- 



PRESIDING OFFICERS 

The President of the College, ex-officio. 
*H0N. ABNER COBURN. *1885. 
^HoN. JOSEPH WARREN -MERRILL, A.M. *1890. 
'■Hon. JOSIAH HAYDEN DRUMMOND, LL.D. *1902. 
•■Hon. PERCIVAL BONNEY, LL.D. *1906. 

Hon. LESLIE COLBY CORNISH, LL.D. 



SECRETARIES 

1820-1834. *Rev. OTIS BRIGGS, A.M. *1842. 

1834-1841. *Hon. LEMUEL PAINE, A.M. *1852. 

1841-1842. *Rev. SAMUEL FRANCIS SMITH, A.M. *1895. 

1843-1847. *H0N. ISAAC REDINGTON. *1878. 

1847-1848. *Rev. HANDEL GERSHOM NOTT, A.M. *1873. 

1848-1852. *ELDR1DGE LAWRENCE GETCHELL, A.M. *I899. 

1852-1862. *Rev. NATHANIEL MILTON WOOD, A.M. *1876. 

1862-1866. *Rev. GEORGE DANA BOARDMAN PEPPER, A.M. *1913. 

1866-1867. *Rev. JOSEPH RICHER, A.M. *1897. 

1867-1875. *Rev. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN SHAW, D.D. *1897. 

1875-1879. *Rev. SAMUEL PIERCE MERRILL. *1916. 

1879-1891. *H0N. PERCIVAL BONNEY, A.M. *1906. 

1891-1907. LESLIE COLBY CORNISH, A.M. 

1907-1918. WILFORD GORE CHAPMAN, A.B. 

1918- Rev. CHARLES EDSON OWEN, D.D. 



1821-1825. 
1821-1826. 
1821-1827. 
1821-1842. 
1821-1855. 
1821-1842. 
1821-1828. 
1821-1822. 
1821-1859. 
1821-1849. 
1821-1829. 
1821-1842. 
1821-1826. 



TRUSTEES 

Rev. THOMAS BALDWIN, D.D. *1825. 
'ELIJAH BARRELL. *1S66. 
■Rev. SYLVANUS BOARDMAN. *1845. 
■Rev. LUCIUS BOLLES, D.D. *1844. 
■Hon. TIMOTHY BOUTELLE, LL.D. ■*1855. 
■Rev OTIS BRIGGS, A.M. ■'■1842. 
■Rev. STEPHEN CHAPIN, D.D. ■*1845 
■EBENEZER DELANO. 
■NATHANIEL GIL.AIAN. ■*1859. 
■Rev. JOHN HAYNES. ■'1863. 
■CYRUS HAMLIN. M.D. ^^1829. 
■Hon. mark HARRIS. ■*1843. 
■Hon. mark LANGDON HILL. ■*1842 



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Boston, Mass. 

Greene 

New Sharon 

Salem, Mass. 

Waterville 

Hampden 

Washington, D. C. 

Livermore 

Waterville 

Mount Vernon 

Pari.-) 

Portland 

Phipsburg 



Trustees 



1821-1832. 
1821-1837. 
1821-1823. 
1821-1848. 
1821-1838. 
1821-1848. 
1821-1833. 
1821-1833. 
1821-1842. 
1821-1840. 
1821-1835. 
1821-1840. 
1821-1833. 
1821-1832. 
1821-1830. 

1821-1853. 
1822-1834. 
1822-1838. 
1823-1836. 
1825-1830. 
1826-1852. 
1826-1855. 
1827-1849. 
1828-1871. 
1829-1834. 
1830-1852. 
1831-1841. 
1832-1834. 
1832-1839. 
1833-1842. 
1833-1838. 
1833-1840. 
1834-1840. 
1834-1851. 
1834-1856. 
1836-1845. 
1836-1842. 
1837-1847. 
1838-1847. 
1838-1858. 
1839-1870. 
1840-1851. 
1840-1860. 

1840-1843. 
1841-1855. 



*JOHN HOVEY. *1851. Mount Vernon 

*URIEL HUNTINGTON, M.D. *1839. Bowdoinham 

*Rev. ADONIRAM JUDSON, Sr. *1826. Nobleboro 

*HON. WILLIAM KING. *1852. Bath 

*Rev. ROBERT LOW. *1848. North Livermore 

*HON. JUDAH McCLELLAN, A.M. *1864. Skowhegan 

*Rev. DANIEL MERRILL, A.M. *1833. Sedgwick 

*Rev PHINEAS PILLSBURY. *1859. Greene 

*Rev. THOMAS BALDWIN RIPLEY, A.M. *1876. Portland 
*HON. JOSIAH WILLARD SEAVER. *1847. South Berwick 



♦BENJAMIN SHEPARD. *1835. 

*Rev. SILAS STEARNS. *1840. 

*CALVIN STOCKBRIDGE. *1833. 

*Rev. JOHN TRIPP, A.M. *1847. 

*HoN. EBENEZER TUCKER WARREN, A.M 

*H0N. NATHAN WESTON, LL.D. *1872. 

*Rev. DANIEL CHESSMAN, A.M. *1839. 

*JAPHETH COOMBS WASHBURN. *1850. 

*H0N. ALBION KEITH PARRIS. *1857. 

*Rev. DANIEL SHARP, D.D. *1853. 

*ROYAL CLARKE. *1858. 

*Rev. JOHN BUTLER, A.M. *1856. 

*HON. LEMUEL PAINE, A.M. *1852. 

*Rev. ADAM WILSON, D.D. *1871. 

*Rev. JOSEPH TORREY. 

*Rev.. BARON STOW, D.D. *1869. 

*SAMUEL GARNSEY. *1873. 

*DANIEL COOK, M.D. *1863. 

*ALPHEUS SHAW. *1869. 

*HoN. JOSIAH PIERCE, A.M. *1866. 

*Rev. JOHN SHARP MAGINNIS, D.D. *1852 

*Rev. JEREMIAH CHAPLIN, D.D. *1841. 

*H0N. ALFORD RICHARDSON. *1854. 

*JAMES STACKPOLE, A.M. *1880. 

*Rev. JAMES GILPATRICK, A 

*ELEAZER COBURN. *1845. 

*NEAL DENNISON SHAW. *1864. 

*HON. GEORGE EVANS, A.M., LL.D. =• 

*H0N. EDWARD KENT, LL.D. *1877. 

*ANDREW MASTERS. *1881. 

*Rev. ARTHUR DRINKWATER. *187 

*CHARLES TRAFTON, M.D. *1855. 

*Rev. SAMUEL FRANCIS SMITH, D.D. 



Waterville 

Bath 

Yarmouth 

Hebron 

^830. 

Hallowell 

Augusta 

Hallowell 

China 

Portland 

Boston, Mass. 

Bangor 

Thomaston 

Winslow 

Waterville 

Readfield 

Boston, Mass. 

Bangor 

Waterville 

Portland 

Gorham 

1. Portland 

Rowley, Mass. 



1865. 



1867. 



'Rev. JOHN BILLINGS. 
'BYRON GREENOUGH. 



= 1864. 
*1871. 



Portland 

Waterville 

Bluehill 

Skowhegan 

Eastport 

Portland 

Bangor 

Hallowell 

Waterville 

South Berwick 

1895. 

Newton Centre, Mass. 
Fayette 
Portland 



Colby College 

1841-1862. *Rev. HANDEL GERSHOM NOTT, A.M. n873. Bath 

1841-1847. *H0N. ELIJAH LIVERMORE HAMLIN, A.M. * 1872. Bangor 
1842-1855. *DANIEL MERRILL. *1864. Belfast 

1842-1849. *H0N. OTIS CROSBY GROSS. *1849. New Gloucester 

1842-1853. *Rev. CALEB BAILEY DAVIS, A.M. *1855. Paris 

1842-1850. *Rev. LEWIS COLBY, A.M. *1888. Cambridgeport, Mass. 
1843-1849. *H0N. JOSIAH PIERCE, A.M. *1866. Gorham 

1843-1849. *Rev. JEREMIAH CHAPLIN, A.M. *1886. 

Newton Centre, Mass. 
1843-1850. *Rev. AMARIAH KALLOCH. *1850. Thomaston 

1845-1885. *HoN. ABNER COBURN. *1885. Skowhejran 

1847-1873. *SAMUEL GARNSEY. *1873. Bangor 

1847-1855. *H0N. ISAAC DAVIS, LL.D. *1883. Worcester, Mass. 

1847-1856. *HoN. HIRAM BELCHER, A.M. *1857. Farmingtoti 

1849-1862. *HoN. JOHN HUBBARD, M.D., LL.D. *1869. Hallo\vell 
1849-1862. *HON. HENRY WILLIAM PAINE, LL.D. n893. 

Boston, Mass. 
1849-1856. *HoN. THOMAS ROBINSON. *1858. Ellsworth 

1849-1855. *HoN. ELISHA MADISON THURSTON, A.M. *1859. 

Charleston 
1849-1897. *Rev. JOSEPH RICKER, D.D. *1897. Augusta 

1849-1853. *Rev. EDGAR HARKNESS GRAY, A.M. *1894. Vallejo, Cal. 
1850-1858. *H0N. JOSIAH PIERCE, A.M. *1866. Gorham 

1850-1866. *Rev. ABRAHAM HOLLEY GRANGER, D.D. *1894. 

Burrillville, R. I. 
1850-1863. *Rev. SAMUEL LUNT CALDWELL, D.D. *1889. 

Providence, R. I. 
1852-1858. *ALPHEUS SHAW. *1869. " Portland 

1852-1855. *Rev. WILLIAM LAMSON, D.D. *1882. 

East Gloucester, Mass. 
1852-1911. *MOSES GIDDINGS. *1911. Bangor 

1853-1889. *Rev. DAVID NEWTON SHELDON, D.D. *1889. Waterville 
1853-1855. *GEORGE WASHINGTON KEELY, LL.D. *1878. Waterville 
1853-1858. *Rev. LORENZO BICKFORD ALLEN, A.M. '1872. 

Yarmouth 
1855-1881. *Rev. WILLIAM HOSMER SHAILER, D.D. n881. Portland 
1855-1868. *H0N. NOAH SMITH, Jr. *1868. Calais 

1855-1860. *ABIAL WOOD KENNEDY, M.D. *1861. Warren 

1856-1858. *HoN. AND Rev. EBENEZER KNOWLTON, A.M. *1874. 

MontviUc 
1856-1887. *Rev. NATHANIEL BUTLER, D.D. *1894. Hallowell 

1856-1859. *JOHN BARTON FOSTER, A.M. *1897. Waterville 

1856-1869. *NATHANIEL ROGERS BOUTELLE, M.D. *1890. 

Waterville 
1857-1887. *H0N. HANNIBAL HAMLIN, LL.D. *1891. Bangor 

1857-1902. *HoN. JOSIAH HAYDEN DRUMMOND, LL.D. *1902. 

Portland 



Trustees 

1857-1863. *Rev. WILLIAM LAMSON, D.D. *1882. 

East Gloucester, Mass. 
1857-1862. *JOSEPH STORY. *1905. Boston, Mass. 

1858-1867. *HoN. MARK HILL BUNNELL, A.M. *1904. Owatonna,Minn. 
1858-1864. *Rev. GEORGE KNOX, A.M. ^^1864. Lawrence, Mass. 

1858-1871. *HENRY BROWN HART. *1871. Portland 

1859-1879. *H0N. DENNIS LIBBY MILLIKEN. *1879. Waterville 

1859-1862. *GEORGE FREEMAN EMERY. *1904. Portland 

1860-1865. *H0N. THOMAS STANLEY PULLEN. *1865. Poxcroft 
1860-1897. *Rev. ALBION KEITH PARRIS SMALL, D.D. *1909. 

Portland 
1860-1888. *H0N. WILLIAM WILSON. *1888. Hallowell 

1861-1875. *H0N. HENRY KENNEDY. *1875. Waldoboro 

1862-1869. *Rev. NATHANIEL MILTON WOOD, D.D. *1876. Lewiston 
1862-1869. *HoN. LOT MYRICK MORRILL, A.M. *1883. Augusta 

1862-1894. *JAMES HOBBS HANSON, LL.D. *1894. Waterville 

1862-1880. *H0N. BENJAMIN DAY METCALF. n880. Damariscotta 
1862-1863. *H0N. JOSEPH WARREN MERRILL. *1890. 

Cambridge, Mass. 
1863-1888. *Rev. franklin MERRIAM, A.M. *1893. 

East Weare, Mass. 
1863-1882. *Rev. HENRY VAUGHAN DEXTER, D.D. *1884. 

Baldwinville, Mass. 
*GARDNER COLBY. *1879. Boston, Mass. 

*Rev. GEORGE WHITEFIBLD BOSWORTH, D.D. *1888. 

Boston, Mass. 
■JOSEPH BARROWS. *1868. Readfield 

*Rev. EBENEZER EDSON CUMMINGS, D.D. *1886. 

Concord, N. H. 
*HoN. CHARLES RENDOL WHIDDEN, A.M. *1876. Calais 
*H0N. JOSEPH WARREN MERRILL, A.M. *1890. 

Cambridge, Mass. 
*Rev. ALVAH HOVEY. *1903. Newton Centre, Mass. 

*H0N. CALVIN HOPKINS. *1879. Mount Vernon 

*H0N. WILLIAM EDWARD WORDING, LL.D. *1886. 

Plainville, Minn. 
*Rev. OAKMAN SPRAGUE STEARNS, D.D. *1893. 

Newton Centre, Mass. 
*HoN. ALEXANDER CAMPBELL. *1888. Cherryfield 

-Rev. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN SHAW, D.D. n897. 

Waterville 
*Rev. ABIJAH ROBINSON CRANE, D.D. *1919. 

East Winthrop 
*HON. GEORGE HENRY PILLSBURY. n893. New York 
*CHAPIN HUMPHREY. *1874. Bangor 

*Rev. JAMES TIFT CHAMPLIN, D.D., LL.D. *1882. 

Portland 

13 



1865-1879. 


1865-1888. 


1865-1868. 


1866-1881. 


1868-1876. 


1869-1890. 


1869-1870. 


1869-1880. 


1870-1886. 


1870-1893. 


1870-1876. 


1870-1897. 


1871-1919. 


1871-1879. 


1874-1874. 


1875-1881. 



Colby College 

876-1906. *H0N. PERCIVAL BONNEY, LL.D. *1906. Portland 

877-1907. *HoN. WILLIAM JOHNSON CORTHELL. *1908. Gorhani. 
877-188.3. *H0N. ALMORE KENNEDY, A.M. *1913. Waldoboro. 

879-1889. *GARDNER ROBERTS COLBY. *1889. New York 

879-1890. *BENJAMIN FRANKLIN STURTEVANT. *1890. 

Jamaica Plain, Mas.s. 
880-1882. *Rev. HENRY EPHRAIM ROBINS, D.D. *1917. 

Roehester, N. Y. 
880-1886. *Peof. CHARLES EDWARD HAMLIN, LL.D. *1886. 

Cambridge, Mass. 
881-1900. *HON. ROBERT OLIVER FULLER. *1903. 

Cambridge, Mass. 
881-1900. *Rev. WILLIAM HARRISON ALDEN, D.D. *1900. 

Portsmouth, N. H. 
881-1906. Rev. HENRY SWEETSIR BURRAGE, D.D, Portland 

881-1919. *Rev. FRANCIS WALES BAKEMAN, D.D. *1919. 

Chelsea, Mass. 

882-1892. *Rev. GEORGE DANA BOARDMAN PEPPER, D.D., LL.D. 

*1913. Waterville 

Rev. ISAIAH RECORD, A.M. *1883. Houlton 

Hon. EDMUND FULLER WEBB, A.M. *1898. Waterville 

Rev. CHARLES VERANUS HANSON, D.D. *1899. 

Skowhegan 
MOSES LYFORD, LL.D. *1887. Springfield, Mass. 

Hon. EUSTACE CAREY FITZ, A.M. *1895. 

Chelsea, Mass. 
886-1901. *HoN. RUSSELL BENJAMIN SHEPHERD. *1901. 

Skowhegan 
887-1905. *ARAD THOMPSON. *1905. Bangor 

888-1900. *Rev. NEWELL TRACY DUTTON. *1900. Waterville 

888-1899. *LARKIN DUNTON, LL.D. *1899. Boston, Mass. 

888- Hon. LESLIE COLBY CORNISH, LL.D. Augusta 
888-1904. *H0N. CHESTER W.KINGSLEY, n904. Cambridge, Mass. 
889-1906. *HoN. GEORGE ADAM WILSON, A.M. *1906. South Paris 

889- • Hon. RICHARD CUTTS SHANNON, LL.D. 

Brockport, N. Y. 
889-1896. *CHARLES LEWIS COLBY, A.M. *1896. New York 

890-1909. Hon. EDWIN FRANCIS LYFORD. A.M. Worcester, Mass. 
890-1910. *Rev. JOHN HAMILTON HIGGINS. *1910. Charleston 
890-1897. ALBION WOODBURY SMALL, Ph.D. Waterville 

891-1906. *CHARLES FRANCIS RICHARDS, A.M. *1906. Rockport 
892-1896. *Rev. BENAIAH LONGLEY WHITMAN, D.D. *1911. 

Waterville 
893-1916. *Rev. GEORGE BULLEN, D.D. *1916. New London, N. H. 
894-1912. *JOSHUA WILLIAM BEEDE, A.M., M.D. *1913. Auburn 
896-1917. DAVID WASS CAMPBELL. Cherryficld 

897-1899. *H0N. EUGENE HALE, LL.D. *1918. Ellsworth 

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Trustees 

1897-1915. EUGENE NOBLE FOSS. Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

1897-1918. JOSEPH LINCOLN COLBY, LL.D. Newton Centre, Mass. 

1898-1908. *ALFRED KING, M.D. *1916. Portland 

1898-1904. Rev. NATHANIEL BUTLER, Jr., D.D. Waterville 

1899-1918. GEORGE KEELY BOUTELLE, LL.B. Waterville 

1899-1902. Hon. HANNIBAL EMERY HAMLIN, LL.B. Ellsworth 

1900- Rev. CHARLES EDSON OWEN, D.D. Waterville 

1900- Hon. DUDLEY PERKINS BAILEY, A.M. Everett, Mass. 
1901-1908. Rev. CHARLES LINCOLN WHITE, D.D. Waterville 
1901-1904. Rev. WILLIAM HENRY SPENCER, D.D. Waterville 

1901- Hon. GEORGE CURTIS WING, LL.D. Auburn 
1901-1902. LINCOLN OWEN, A.M. Boston, Mass. 
1902-1906. *ALBERT HENRY DAVENPORT. *1906. Maiden, Mass. 
1902-1903. HARRINGTON PUTNAM, LL.D. New York 
1903- WILFORD GORE CHAPMAN, A.B. Portland 
1903-1911. WILLIAM HENRY SNYDER, Sc.D. Worcester, Mass. 
1903- GEORGE OTIS SMITH, Ph.D. Washington, D. C. 
1904-1919. *ASHER CROSBY HINDS, LL.D. *1919 Portland 
1904-1907. CLARENCE EDMUND MELENEY, LL.D. New York 
1904-1912. ALLEN PELATIAH SOULE, A.B. Hingham, Mass. 
1905- Rev. EDWIN CAREY WHITTEMORE, D.D. Waterville 
1906-1907. Hon. FRED EDGECOMB RICHARDS. Portland 
1906-1912. *WILLIAM HENRY DEXTER. n912. Worcester, Mass. 
1907-1910. CHARLIE ARTHUR JONES. Woburn, Mass. 
1907-1917. Rev. JOSEPH KENNARD WILSON, D.D. Portland 
1907-1910. FRANK HOWARD EDMUNDS, LL.B. New York 
1907- Rev. WOODMAN BRADBURY, D.D. Cambridge, Mass. 

1907- Hon. BEECHER PUTNAM, A.B. Houlton 
1908-191.3. *H0N. FORREST GOODWIN. *1913. Skowhegan 

1908- ARTHUR JEREMIAH ROBERTS, A.M. Waterville 

1908- WILLIAM CAMPBELL CRAWFORD, A.M. AUston, Mass. 

1909- EMERY BENTON GIBBS, LL.B. Boston, Mass. 

1910- REUBEN WESLEY DUNN, A.M. Waterville 
1910- CHARLES FRANKLIN WARNER, Sc.D. Springfield, Mass. 
1911-1912. Hon. HARRINGTON PUTNAM, LL.D. New York, N. Y. 
1912-1918. *H0N. ARNO WARREN KING. *1918. Ellsworth 
1912- HERBERT WALKER TRAFTON, A.B. Fort Fairfield 
1912- GEORGE EDWIN MURRAY, A.B. Lawrence, Mass. 
1912- Rev. FRED MYRON PREBLE, D.D. Ludlow, Vt. 
1912-1915. ROBIE GALE FRYE, A.B. Sharon, Mass. 

1915- REX WILDER DODGE, B.S. Portland 

1916- Rev. FRANK WILLIAM PADELFORD, D.D. Boston, Mass. 

1916- NORMAN LESLIE BASSETT, LL.B. Augusta 

1917- DANA WARREN HALL, A.B. Chicago, HI. 
1917- Rev. IRVING BEMIS MOWER, D.D. Waterville 
1917- HERBERT ELIJAH WADSWORTH, A.B. 

Winthrop Center 

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1918- FRANK WENTWORTH ALDEN, A.B. Waterville 

1918- ALBERT FOSTER DRUMMOND, A.B. Waterville 

1919- HARTSTEIN WENDELL PAGE, M.D. Worcester, Mas.'^. 
1919- CHARLES FREDERIC TAFT SEAVERNS, A.B. 

Hartford, Conn. 
1919- MISS LOUISE HELEN COBURN, Litt.D. Skowhegan 

1919- ARCHER JORDAN, D.D.S. Auburn 

1919- Rev. EVERETT C. HERRICK, D.D. Fall River, Mass. 

HONORARY TRUSTEE 

1918- JOSEPH LINCOLN COLBY, LL.D. Newton Centre, Mass. 



FACULTY AND OTHER OFFICERS 



Rev. AVERY BRIGGS, A.M. Languages, 1820-1827; Mathematics and 

Natuml Philosophy, 1827-1828. *1883. 
Rev. JEREMIAH CHAPLIN, D.D. Sacred Theology, 1820-1822; 1829- 

1832. *1841. 

Rev. STEPHEN CHAPIN, D.D. Sacred Theology, 1822-1828. *1845. 
THOMAS JEFFERSON CONANT, A.M. Languages, 1827-1833. *1891. 
Rev. ROBERT EVERETT PATTISON, D.D. Mathematics and Natural 

Philosophy, 1828-1829; Intellectual ayid Moral Philosophy, 1836- 

1839; 1853-1858. *1874. 
GEORGE WASHINGTON KEELY, LL.D. Mathematics and Natural 

Philosophy, 1829-1852. *1878. 
fJOSEPH ADAMS GALLUP, A.M., M. D. Inxtitutcs of Medicine and 

Materia Medica, 1830-1833. *1849. 
tWILLARD PARKER, A.M., M.D. Anatomy and Surgery, 1830-1833. 

*1884. 
fDAVID PALMER, M.D. Obstretirs and Medical Jurisprudence, 1830- 

1833. * 

Rev. CALVIN NEWTON, A.M. Rhetoric and the Hebrew Language. 
1831-1838. *1853. 

JOHN O'BRIEN CHAPLIN, A.M. Latin and English Languages and 
Literature, 1832-1833. *1872. 

PHINEHAS BARNES, A.M. Greek and Lati,, Lauguagrs and Litera- 
ture, 1833-1839. *1871. 

Rev. SAMUEL FRANCIS SMITH, A.M. Acting-, Modern Languages, 
1834-1841. *1895. 

tin the Clinical School of Medicine at Woodstock. Vermont, connected with the college, 1830-33. 

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Professors 

Rev. JUSTIN ROLPH LOOMIS, A.M. Chemistnj and Natm-al History, 
1838-1852. *1898. 

Rev. CALVIN EMMONS PARK, A.M. Acting, Rhetoric, 1839-184.3. 
*1895 . 

Rev. ASA DRURY, A.M. Greek and Latin Languages and Literature, 
1839-1840. *1870. 

Rev. JAMES TIFT CHAMPLIN, D.D. Greek and Latin Languages and 
Literature, 1841-1858; Intellectual and Moral Philosophy, 1858- 
1868; Babcock Professor of Intellectual and Moral Philosophy, 
1868-1873. *1882. 

ELIPHAZ FAY, A.'M. Intellectual and Moral Philosophy, 1841-1843. 
*1854. 

Rev. DAVID NEWTON SHELDON, D.D. Intellectual and Moral Phil- 
osophy, 1843-1853. *1889. 

MARTIN BREWER ANDERSON, A.M. Rhetoric, 1843-1S50. *1890. 

Rev. SAMUEL KING SMITH, D.D. Rhetoric, 1850-1892; Emeritus, 
1893-1904. *1904. 

Rev. KENDALL BROOKS, A.M. Mathematics and Natural Philosophy, 

1853-1855. nsgs. 

CHARLES EDWARD HAMLIN, LL.D. Chemistry and Natural History, 

1853-1865; Merrill Professor of Chemistry and Natural History, 

1865-1873. *1886. 
MOSES LYFORD, A.M. Mathematics and Natural Philosophy, 1856- 

1872; Physics and Astronomy, 1872-1884. *1887. 
JOHN BARTON FOSTER, A.M. Greek and Latin Languages and Lit- 
erature, 1858-1872; Greek Language and Literature, 1872-1893; 

Emeritus, 1893-1897. *1897. 
EDWARD WINSLOW HALL, A.M. Modern Languages, 1866-1891; 

Emeritus, 1906-1910. *1910. 
Rev. henry EPHRAIM ROBINS, D.D. Babcock Professor of Intel- 
lectual and Moral Philosophy, 1873-1882. *1917. 
WILLIAM ELDER, Sc.D. Merrill Professor of Chemistry and Natural 

History, 1873-1885; Merrill Professor of Chemistry; 1885-1903. 

*1903. 
JULIAN DANIEL TAYLOR, LL.D. Latin Language and Literature, 

187S-191S •,Taylor Professor of Latin Language and Literature, 

1918- 
Rev. NATHANIEL MELCHER, A.M. Acting, Mathematics, 1874-1875. 

*1902. 
LABAN EDWARDS WARREN, LL.D. Mathematics, 1875-1903. *1905. 
ALBION WOODBURY SMALL, PH.D. History and Political Economy, 

1881-1889; Babcock Professor of Intellectual and Moral Philosophy, 

1889-1892. 
Rev. GEORGE DANA BOARDMAN PEPPER, D.D., LL.D., Babcock 

Professor of Intellectual and Moral Philosophy, 1882-1889; Biblical 

Literature, 1893-1899. *1913. 
FRANK SUMNER CAPEN, A.M. Physics and Astronomy, 1884-1886. 

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MARSHMAN EDWARD WADSWORTH, PH.D. Mineralogy and Geol- 
ogy, 1885-1887. 

WILLIAM AUGUSTUS ROGERS, LL.D.,Ph.D. Plujsics and Astronomy, 
1886-1898. *1898. 

SHAILER MATHEWS, A.M. Associate, Rhetoric, 1887-1889; History 
and Political Economy, 1889-1894. 

WILLIAM SHIRLEY BAYLEY, Ph.D. Mineralogy and Geology. 1888- 
1905. 

ARTHUR JEREMIAH ROBERTS, A.M. Assistant, Rhetoric, 1890- 
1895; Rhetoric. 1895-1908; Babcock Professor of Intellectual and- 
Moral Philosophy, 1908- 

Rev. BENAIAH LONGLEY WHITMAN, D.D. Babcock Professor of 
Intellectual and Moral Philosophy, 1892-1895. *1911. 

CARLTON BEECHER STETSON, A.M. Greek Language and Litera- 
ture, 1893-1902. *1912. 

JAMES WILLIAM BLACK, Ph.D. History and Political Economy, 
1894-1912; History and Political Science, 1912- 

Rev. NATHANIEL BUTLER, Jr., D.D. Babcock Professor of Intel- 
lectual and Moral Philosophy, 1896-1901. 

ANTON MARQUARDT, Ph.D. Associate, Modern Languages, 1896- 
1901; German Lang-uage and Literature, 1901- 

MARY ANNA SAWTELLE, Ph.B. Associate, French (in the Women's 
Division), 1896-1899. 

GRACE ELIZABETH MATHEWS, B.L., Associate, Rhetoric, (in the 
Women's Division), 1899-1902. 

GORDON FERRIE HULL, Ph.D. Associate, Physics and Astronomy. 
1898-1900. 

WILLIAM JOHNSON DRISKO, S.B. Associate, Physics and .-istronomy. 
1900. 

CLARK WELLS CHAMBERLAIN, A.B. Associate, Physics and As- 
tronomy, 1900-1901. 

JOHN HEDMAN, A.M. Associate, Modern Languages, 1900-1901; Ro- 
mance Languages, 1901-1914. *1914. 

Rev. CHARLES LINCOLN WHITE, D.D. Babcock Profasor of Intel- 
lectual and Moral Philosophy, 1901-1908. 

WILLIAM PORTER BECK, M.S. Associate, Physics and Astronomy. 
1901-1906. 

CLARENCE HAYWARD WHITE, A.M. Greek Language and Litera- 
ture, 1902- 

Rev. HUGH ROSS HATCH, A.M. Mathematics, 1903-1909. *1909. 

ALBAN DAVID SORENSEN, A.M. Associate, Philosophy, 1903-1905. 

GEORGE FREEMAN PARMENTER, Ph.D., Sc.D. Associate. Chem- 
istry, 1903-1904; Merrill Professor of Cheinistry. 1904- 

ARVID REUTERDAHL, A.M. Associate, Physics and Astronomy. 1904- 
1905. 

WEBSTER CHESTER, A.M. Associate, Biology, 1905-1910; Biology, 
1910- 

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Professors 

JOHN WHIT'MORE, Ph.D. Associate, Physics and Astronomy, 1906- 

1907. 
ELLIS EARLE LAWTON, Ph.D. Associate, Physics and Astronomy, 

1907-1909. 
HOWARD EDWIN SIMPSON, A.M. Associate, Mineralogy, 190-7-1909. 
GILBERT TOLMAN, A.M. Associate, Physics and Astronomy, 1909- 

1911; Assistant, Physics, 1916-1918. 
FRANCIS JEROME HOLDER, Ph.D. Associate, Mathematics, 1909- 

1911. 
ROBERT WARNER CROWELL, A.M. Assistant, Modern Languages, 

1910-1913; Assistant, German, 1913-1917; Associate, German, 1917- 

1918. 
BENJAMIN EDWARD CARTER, A.M. Assistant, Mathematics, 1910- 

1918; Associate, Mai/iemafics, 1918- 
THOMAS BRYCE ASHCRAFT, Ph.D. Associate, Mathematics, 1911- 

1913; Mathematics, 1913- 
FREDERICK WARREN GROVER, Ph.D. Associate, Physics, 1911- 

1913; Physics, 1913- 
MORTON C. MOTT-SMITH, Ph. D. Assistant, Physics, 1911-1914. 
HOMER PAYSON LITTLE, Ph.D. Assistant, Geology, 1911-1914; 

Geology, 1914- 
HERBERT CARLYLE LIBBY, Litt.D. Assistant, Public Speaking, 

1912-1913; Public Speaking, 1913- 
CHARLES PHILLIPS CHIPMAN, A.B. Assistant, Bibliography, 1912- 

1915; Associate, Bibliography, 1915-1917; 1919- 
FRENCH EUGENE WOLFE, Ph.D. Assistant, Economics, 1912-1914; 

Economics, 1914-1917. 
HENRY EMERSON TREFETHEN, A.M. Assistant, Astronomy, 1913- 

1917; Associate, Astronomy, 1917- 
PHILIP WARNER HARRY, Ph.D. Associate, Romance Languages, 

1914- 
GEORGE BARROWS OBEAR, Ph.D. Assistant, Physics, 1914-1916. 
EZRA KEMPTON MAXFIELD, A.M. Assistant, English, 1914-1916. 
ROBERT GAMBLE CASWELL, Ph.D. Assistant, Chemistry, 1916-1918. 
GEORGE BRUCE FRANKLIN, A.M. Assistant, English, 1916-1919. 
CLARENCE RICHARD JOHNSON, A.M. Assistant, Romance Lan- 
guages, 1917-1918. 
STEWART MACDONALD, Ph.D. Assistant, Economics, 1917- 
FRANK LESTER WEEKS, A.M. Assistant, Chemistry, 1918- 
ANNA ALMY RAYMOND, A.M. Assistant, Latin, 1918-1919. 
HENRY WILLIAM BROWN, M.S. Assistant, English, 1919- 
CARL JEFFERSON WEBER, A.B. Assistant, English, 1919- 
ALICE MAY HOLMES, A.M., B.D. Assistant, Biblical Literature, 1919- 
WESLEY RAYMOND WELLS, Ph.D. Assistant, Philosophy, 1919- 



Colby College 



TUTORS 

GEORGE DANA BOARDMAN, A.B. 1822-1823 *1831 

EPHRAIM TRIPP, A.B. 1823-1827 *1871 

ELIJAH FOSTER, A.B. 1823-1824 *1834 

ADDISON PARKER, A.B. 1824-1826 *1864 

LEONARD TOBEY, A.B. 1827-1828 *1851 

JOHN O'BRIEN CHAPLIN, A.M. 1828-1832 *1872 

HENRY WILLIAM PAINE, A.B. 1830-1831 *1893 

JONATHAN EVERETT FARNHAM, A.B. 1833-1835 *1890 

SAMUEL RANDALL, A.B. 1833-1837 *1862 

WILLIAM LA:MS0N, A.B. 1835-1836 *1882 

JUSTIN ROLPH LOOMIS, A.B. 1836-1838 *1898 

EDWIN NOYES, A.B. ■ 1837-1839 *1888 

DANFORD THOMAS, A.B. 1838-1839 *1882 

SAMUEL SAWYER JOHNSON, A.B. 1839-1841 *1842 

MARTIN BREWER ANDERSON, A.B. 1841-1843 *1890 

SAMUEL KING SMITH, A.B. 1846-1847 *1904 

JUNIUS ARTEMUS BARTLETT, A.B. 1850-1850 *1900 

HENRY ALLEN SAWTELLE, A.B. * 1855-1855 *1885 

HOBART WOOD RICHARDSON, A.M. 1855-1862 *1889 

JULIAN DANIEL TAYLOR, A.M. 1868-1873 



INSTRUCTORS 

FREDERICK AUGUSTUS WILLARD, A.M., Lecturer, Chemical Plii- 

lotiophij and Botany, 1828-1831. *1866. 
EZEKIEL HOLMES, M.D., Lecturer, Chemistry, Mineralogy. Geolor/y. 

and Botany, 1833-1837. *1865. 
STEPHEN BENSON PAGE, A.B., Elocution, 1835-1836. *188S. 
THEOPHILUS CAPEN ABBOT, Chemistry and Natural History, 1852; 

Greek and Latin. 1853. *1892. 
ATWOOD CROSBY, A.M. M.D., Gymnastics and Military Drill, 1875- 

1878. *1883. 
FRED MORSE WILSON, A.B., M.D., Gymnastics and Military Drill, 

1875-1878. *1917. 
FREDERICK CROSBY ROBERTSON, ^/ocmHow, 1880-1832. 
CHARLES BRANCH WILSON, A.M., Assistant, Chemistry and Natural 

History, 1882-1885. 
CARLTON BEECHER STETSON, A.B., Assistant, GreeL; 1882-1883. 

*1912. 
LUCIUS ALONZO BUTTERFIELD, £'/ocH/iOH, 1883-1884. 
CHARLES EVERETT ADAMS, A.M., Gymnastics, 1887-1890. 
WILLIAM CRAWFORD CAMPBELL, A.M., Pedagogy, 1889-1890. 
WILLIAM S. BATTIS, Elocution and Gymtiastics, 1889-1892. 
ANTON MARQUARDT, Ph.D., Modern Languages, 1891-1896. 
NORMAN LESLIE BASSETT, A.B-, Greek, 1891-1894. 



Instructors 

GEORGE J. D. CURRIE, Elocution and Gymnastics, 1892-1894. 

AUSTIN HALL EVANS, A.B., Greek, 1894-1896. 

HENRY CHESTER JACKSON, A.B., Gymnastics, 1894-1896. 

JOHN HEDMAN, A.B., Modern Languages, 1895-1896; Greek, 1896-1900. 
*1914. 

ARTHUR JEREMIAH ROBERTS, A.M., Elocution, 1894-1908. 

JOHN HAROLD BATES, A.B., Gymnastics, 1896-1898. 

EDSON FORBES HITCHINGS, M.S., Biology, 1897-1898. 

.JAMES FREDERICK HILL, M.D., Lecturer, Eye and Ear, Medical 
Examiner, 1897-1903. 

ANGUS MATHEW FREW, M.D., Gymnastics, 1898-1903. 

MERTON WILMOT BESSEY, M.D., Biology, 1898-1902. 

MARGARET KOCH, Physical Culture and Expression, Women's Divi- 
sion, 1898-1902. 

FRED PARKER HAMILTON PIKE, A.B., French, 1899-1900. 

WILLIAM OLIVER STEVENS, A.B., English, 1899-1900. 

LESLIE ROGERS MOORE, B.S., Science, 1902-1903. 

ALBAN DAVID SORENSON, A.M., Gymnastics, 1903-1905. 

WEBSTER CHESTER, A.B., Biology, 1903-1905. 

RALPH HAYWOOD KENISTON, A.B., Latin, 1904-1905. 

HOWARD EDWIN SIMPSON, A.M., Geology, 1905-1907. 

BRUCE MACLEOD, Gymnastics, 1905-1906. 

MARY SYBEL CROSWELL, M.D., Resident Physician and Director of 
Pliysical Training-, Women's Division, 1905-1909. 

ALTON IRVING LOCKHART, A.B., Assistant, Chemistry, 1905-1907. 

DAVID KENNETH AREY, A.B., Assistant, Biology, 1905-1907. 

CHARLES EMERSON FOGG, A.B., Gymnastics, 1907-1908. 

DAVID MONAGHAN YOUNG, A.M., Assistant, Chemistry. 1907-1911. 

FRED LORING THOMPSON, B.S. Physiology; Director of Physical 
Training, Men's Division, 1908-1911. 

HENRY ADELBERT WHITE, A. M., English, 1908-1909. 

FRANK OSBORNE DEAN, A.B., Rhetoric, 1909-1910; Mathematics, 
1910-1911. 

KARL RAYMOND KENNISON, B.S., Mathematics and Drawing, 1909- 
1910. 

HERBERT CARLYLE LIBBY, A.B., Public Speaking, 1909-1912. 

MORTON C. MOTT-SMITH, PH.D., Physics, 1909-1911. 

ELIZABETH BASS, A.B., Director of Physical Training, Women's Divi- 
sion; Physiology, 1909-1913. 

FLORENCE ELIZABETH DUNN, A.B., Latin, Women's Division, 
1909-1912. 

ALICE HEALD WHITE, Mus.B., Mu.'iic, Women's Divi-sion, 1909-1919. 

HOMER PAYSON LITTLE, Ph.D., Geology, 1910-1911. 

HARVEY WHITEFIELD PECK, A.M., English, 1910-1912. 

MORRIS EDJIUND SPEAR, A.M., Rhetoric, 1910-1911. 

HENRY EMERSON TREFETHEN, A.M., Astronomy, 1911-1913. 

SHERMAN BROWN NEFF, A.M., English, 1911-1912. 

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GEORGE BARROWS OBEAR, Ph.D., Physics, 1911-1914. 

EDWIN JAY ROBERTS, Ph.D., Chemistry, 1911-1914. 

FRANK BURNHAM McLEARY, A.B., English, 1911-1912. 

HENRY WILLIAM BROWN, M.S., English, 1912-1919. 

EZRA KEMPTON MAXFIELD, A.M., English, 1912-1914. 

JOHN WILLARD KIMBALL, A.B., Chemistry, 1912-191.3. 

EDWARD JOHN DALEY, B.S., Director of Physical Training, Men's 
Division, 1912-1914. 

JOSEPHINE McARTHUR CROWELL, A.M., Director of Physical Train- 
ing, Women's Division, 191.3-1914. 

IVAN OTHENA HARLOW, B.S., Chemistry, 1913-1915. 

FREDERICK GARDINER FASSETT, Joi/rnafem, 1913-1917. 

ROBERT GAMBLE CASWELL, Ph.D., Chemistry, 1914-1916. 

JASON McCLINTOCK HAGAN, A.B., Assistant to the President, 1914- 
1915. *1915. 

FLORENCE O'NEILL HASTINGS, A.B., Director of Physical Training, 
Women's Division, 1914-1916. 

LEROY JAMES COOK, A.M., Romance Languages, 1914-1915. 

EVAN RUPERT WHEELER, B.S., Physics. 1914-1915. 

ALAN DOUGALD McKILLOP, A.M., English. 1914-1916. 

HARVEY COHN, Director of Physical Training, Men's Division, 1914- 
1916. 

CLARENCE RICHARD JOHNSON, A.B., Romance Languages, 1915- 
1917. 

ARTHUR MILTON ROWE, A.B., Chemistry. 1915-1917. 

RAY CAWLEY YOUNG, B.S., Physics, 1915-1916. 

DONALD WITHERLE ELLIS, A.B., English, 1916-1917. 

HENRY AUGUSTUS BRICKLEY, A.M.,«omance Languages,1916-19n. 

ARTHUR NELSON SMITH, Director of Physical Training, Men's Divi- 
sion, 1916-1917. 

FREDERIC DOLE McALARY, Military Science, 1917-1918. 

FLORENCE LEOLA EMERY, Director of Physical Training, Women's 
Division, 1917- 

WILLIAM LEWIS ROBERTS, A.M., English, 1918-1919. 

EUCLID HELIE, A.M., French, 1918- 

JOSEF FREDRIK NELSON, A.M., B.D., Romance Languages, 1918- 

CARL JEFFERSON WEBER, A.B., English, 1919. 

CECIL AUGUSTUS ROLLINS, A.B., Latin, 1919- 

MICHAEL J. RYAN, Athletics, 1919- 



DEANS 

MARY ANN SAWTELLE, Ph.B., 1896-1899. Women's Division. 

GRACE ELIZABETH MATHEWS, B.L., 1899-1902. Women's Division. 

GRACE ELLA BERRY, A.M., 1902-1909. Women's Division. 

ARTHUR JEREMIAH ROBERTS, A.M., 1907-1908. Men's Divi.'^ion. 

CARRIE ETTA SMALL, A.M., 1909-1910. Women's Division. 

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Registi'ars 

ELIZABETH BASS, A.B., Acting, 1910-1913. Women's Division. 

FLORENCE SARGENT CARLL, A.B., Acting, 1913-1915. 

Women's Division. 
MARY CASTLE COOPER, Acting, 1915-1918. Women's Divi.sion. 

ANNA ALMY RAYMOND, A.M., Acting, 1918-1919. Women's Division. 
ALICE MAY HOLMES, A.M., B.D., Acting, 1919- Women's Division. 



LIBRARIANS 

AVERY BRIGGS, A.M., 1820-1824. *1883. 
EPHRAIM TRIPP, A.B., 1824-1827. *1871. 
JOHN O'BRIEN CHAPLIN, A.M., 1828-1833. *1872. 
JONATHAN EVERETT FARNAM, A.B., 1833-1835. *1890. 
SAMUEL RANDALL, ,JR., A.M., 1835-1837. *1862. 
JUSTIN ROLPH LOOMIS, A.M., 1837-1842. *1898. 
MARTIN BREWER ANDERSON, A.M., 1842-1850. *1890. 
SAMUEL KING SMITH, D.D., 1850-1873. *1904. 
EDWARD WINSLOW HALL, LL.D., 1873-1910. *1910. 
CHARLES PHILLIPS CHIPMAN, A.B., 1911-1917. 
ROBERT WARNER CROWELL, A.M., Acting, 1917-1918. 
CHARLES PHILLIPS CHIPMAN, A.B., 1919- 



REGISTRARS 

ALBION WOODBURY SMALL, A.M., 1881-1882. 
JOHN BARTON FOSTER, LL.D., 1882-1888. *1897. 
EDWARD WINSLOW HALL, LL.D., 1888-1902. *1910. 
GRACE ELLA BERRY, A.M., 1903-1906. 
HOWARD EDWIN SIMPSON, A.M., 1906-1909. 
HERBERT CARLYLE LIBBY, Litt.D., 1909- 



GRADUATES 
MEN'S DIVISION 



CLASS OF 1822 

*GEORGE DANA BOARDMAN, A.B., A.M., 1825. Boin, Livermore, 
Me., Feb. 8, 1801. Tutor, 1822-23; Resident Licentiate, Andover 
Theol. Sem., 1823-24; Missionary to Burma, Bapt. Bd. For. Missions, 
1825-31; Founder of the Karen Mission; died near Tavoy, Burma, Feb. 
11, 1831, aged 30. 

*EPHRAIM TRIPP, A.B., A.M., 1825. Born, Middleboro, Mass., April 
26, 1798. Prin. Hebron Acad., Me., 1822-23; Tutor, 1823-27; Teacher, 
Fayetteville, N. C, and in Ala. and Miss.; Clerk of Courts, Carroll Co., 
Miss.; died, Winona, Miss., Apr. 7, 1871, aged 72. 

2—* 2 

CLASS OF 1823 

*ELIJAH FOSTER, A.B., A.M., 1826. Born, Pembroke, Mass., June 12, 
1799. Tutor, 182.3-24; Resident Graduate, 1824-25; Licentiate, Beverly, 
Marblehead, and Woburn, Mass., and Dover, N. H., 1825-29; Pastor, 
Dover, N. H., 1829-31; Salisbury and Amesbury, Mass., 1831-34; died, 
Amesbury, Mass., Sept. 27, 1834, aged 35. 

*HENRY PAINE, A.B., A.M., 1826. Born Vernon, Conn., Aug. 17, 1793. 
Prin. Eastport Academy, Me., 1824; Teacher, Windsor, Vt., 1825; 
Licentiate, Whiting, Vt., 1826; Prin. Monmouth, Acad., Me., 1827-31; 
Prin. Waterville Acad., 1831-35; Prin. China Acad., 1835-44; Teacher, 
Rockland, 1844-49; Prin. Thomaston Acad., 1849-56; Teacher, Rock- 
land, 1856-68; died, Rockland, Me., Nov. 12, 1868, aged 75. 

*HADLEY PROCTER, A.B., A.M., 1826. Born, Boston, Mass., April 4, 
1794. Pastor, China, Me., and Prin. China Acad., 1823-26; Pastor, 
Rutland, Vt., 1826-35; Prin. Vermont Lit. and Sci. Inst., Brandon, 
1835-36; Pastor, Rutland, 1836-38; China, Me., 1838-42; died, China, 
Me., Apr. 12, 1842, aged 48. 

3— *3 

CLASS OF 1824 

*JOEL PEREZ* HAYFORD, A.B. Born, Middleboro, Mass., Feb. 28, 
1799. Resident Graduate, 1824-25; Licentiate, in Vt., 1825-27; Pastor, 
Morristown and Johnson, 1827-31; died, Johnson, Vt., Dec. 21, 1831, 
aged 32. 

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1824 Colby College 

*CALVIN HOLTON, A.B. Born, Gill, Mass., March 10, 1797. Mission- 
ary to Africa, Bap. Bd. For. Missions, 1826; died, Monrovia, Liberia, 
July 2.3, 1826, aged 29. 
*EBENEZER HUTCHINSON, A.B., A.M., 1827. Born, Readfield, Me., 
April, 1794. Lawyer, Waterville, Me., 1824-29; Athens, 1829-62; Repr. 
Me. Legisl.; Sec. Me. Senate, 1827-30; County Attorney for Somerset 
Co., died, Athens, Me., May 19, 1862, aged 68. 

3— *3 
CLASS OF 1825 

*JOHN O'BRIEN CHAPLIN, A.B., A.M., 1828. Born, Danvers, Mass., 
March 31, 1807. Prin. Preparatory Dept., 1826-28; Tutor, 1828-32; 
Prof. Latin and English, 1832-33; Librarian, 1828-33; Prof. Greek 
and Latin, Columbian College, D. C, 1833-43; died, Conway, Mass., 
Dec. 22, 1872, aged 65. 

*WILLARD GLOVER, A.B. Born, Vinalhaven, Me., July 29, 1796. 
Pastor, Limerick, Me., 1827-29; Acting Pastor, Parsonsfield, Buxton, 
Waterboro, and Paris, 1829-32; Wiscasset and Newcastle, 1832; 
Bloomfield, 1833; Assoc. Pastor, Waterboro, 1836; Acting Pastor 
Heath, Mass., and Lyndeboro, N. H., 1837-38; Acting Pastor and 
Teacher, Cumberland, R. I., 1839-40; Vinalhaven, Me., 1841-46; Swan- 
ville, 1847-54; Addison, 1855-60; Pastor, Deer Isle, 1860; Acting 
Pastor and Teacher, Belfast, 1861-66; died, Jonesport, Me., Sept. 18, 
1866, aged 70. 

*BENJAMIN HOB ART, A.B. Born, Edmunds, Me., Apr. 11, 1803. 
Farmer, and Lumber Merchant; died, Edmunds, Me., June 21, 1884, 
aged 81. 

*JOHN HOVEY, A.B. Teacher, Perry, N. Y., 1826-28; Prin. Select 
School, Ypsilanti, Mich., 1828-30; Farmington, 1830-52; Rose, 1852- 
64; Postmaster, Danby, 1875-79; died, Danby, Mich., 1880. 

*ALONZO KING, A.B. Born, Wilbraham, Mass., April 1, 1796. Pastor, 
No. Yarmouth, Me., 1826-31; Northboro, Mass., 1832-34; Westboro, 
1835; died, Westboro, Mass., Nov. 29, 1835, aged 39. Author of 
Memoir of George Dana Boardman (1835). 

*FRANCIS GREEN MACOMBER, A.B. Born, Waltham, Mass., Aug. 
30, 1797. Pastor, Beverly, Mass., 1825-27; died, Beverly, Mass., July 
1, 1827, aged 29. 

*THOMAS WARD MERRILL, A.B., A.M., 1828. Born, Sedgwick, Me., 
Feb. 18, 1802. Newton Theol. Inst., 1828; Prof. New Hampton Lit. 
and Theol. Inst., N. H., 1828-29; Prin. Classical School, Ann Arbor, 
Mich., 1829-30; ordained, 1831; First Missionary, Am. Bapt. Home 
Miss. Soc, Prairie Ronde, Mich., 1832; Founder of Kalamazoo Coll., 
died, Lansing, Mich., April 8, 1878, aged 76. 

*HENRY MOOR, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me., Feb. 17, 1807. Mid.-^hip- 
man, U. S. Navy, 1825; Lieut., 1835; killed by boiler explosion near 
Marysville, Cal., March 21, 1853, aged 46. 

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*JOSHUA RANDALL, A.B. Born, Millbury, Mass., Aug. 12, 1798. 

Prin. Foxcroft Acad., Me., 1826; Me. Wesleyan Sem., Kent's Hill, 

1827; Lawyer, Phillips, 1828-40; Farmington, 1840-47; Dixfield, 

1847-48; died, Dixfield, Me., Nov. 12, 1848, aged 50. 
*HARRISON AVERY SMITH, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me., Jan. 2, 

1806. Lawyer, East Vassalboro, Me., 1829-33; Waterville, 1833-55; 

died, Kalamazoo, Mich., July 20, 1882, aged 76. 

*ARTHUR THOMPSON, A.B. Born, Falmouth, Me., May 28, 1798. 
Teacher, in Maryland, No. Carolina, and Georgia, many years; died, 
Pownal, Me., Dec, 1853, aged 55. 

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CLASS OF 1826 

*SAMUEL FARRAR, A.B. Born, Portsmouth, N. H., Dec. 28, 1805. 
Merchant, Skowhegan, Me., 1829-34; Manager Woolen Factory, Dexter, 
1838-56; Pres. Mercantile Bank, Bangor, 1844-57; Sec. and Treas. R 
R. Co., Milwaukee, Wis., 1857-61; died, Geneva, Wis., Dec. 6, 1862, 
aged 56. 

*GEORGE CLIFFORD GETCHELL, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me., 
March 4, 1806. Lawyer, Anson, Me., 1829-70; Repr. Me. Legisl., 
1836, 1837, 1846; Clerk Me. House of Reps., 1838, 1841; State Land 
Agent, 1854; died, Waterville, Me., Aug. 22, 1881, aged 75. 

*MOSES GOULD, A.B., Born, Boxford, Mass., May 27, 1800. Student 
of Medicine, 1826-29; Druggist, Baltimore, Md., 1830-43; died, Box- 
ford, Mass., June 30, 1843, aged 43. 

*ALBERT GALLATIN JEWETT, A.B. Born, Pittston, Me., Nov. 27, 
1802. Lawyer, Bangor, 1829-45; County Attorney, five years; Charge 
d'Affairs, Peru, 1845-48; Mayor, Belfast, Me., 1863, 1864, 1867; died, 
Belfast, Me., April 4, 1885, aged 82. 

♦ELIJAH PARISH LOVEJOY, A.B. Born, Albion, Me., Nov. 9, 1802. 
Prin. China Acad., Me., 1826; Teacher, St. Louis, Mo., 1827; Editor 
and Publisher The Times, 1828-32; Student, Princeton Theol. Sem., 
1832; Licentiate, 2d Presb. of Phila., 1833; Editor and Publisher St. 
Louis Observer, 1833-36; ordained, 1834; Ohsei-oer removed to Alton, 
111., 1836; shot by a pro-slavery mob, Alton, 111., Nov. 7, 1837, aged 34. 

^EBENEZER MIRICK, A.B. Born, Princeton, Mass., Jan. 15, 1798. 
Pastor, Sedgwick, Me., 1829-34; Brooksville, 1834-57; died Fitchburg, 
Mass., Sept. 1, 1879, aged 81. 

^ORLANDO HOLBROOK PARTRIDGE, A.B., A.M., 1829, M.D., Bowd,, 
1829. Born, Augusta, Me., Sept. 19, 1805. Physician, Truro, Mass., 
1829-36; Phila., Pa., 1838-59; died, Philadelphia, Pa., May 11, 1859, 
aged 53. 

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CLASS OF 1827 

*JOHN FRANCIS HOWARD ANGIER, A.B. Born, Belfast, Me., Nov. 
27, 1807. Lawyer, Montville, Searsmont and Belfast, Me., 1830-56; 
died, Belfast, Me., June 17, 1856, aged 48. 

*FREEMAN BRADFORD, A.B., A.M., 18.30. Born, Minot, Me., May 
24, 1802. Lawyer, Portland, Me., 1831-64; Auburn, 1864-72; Portland, 
1872-73; Register of Probate, 1849-56; died, Portland, Me., Oct. 23, 
1873, aged 71. 

*HARVEY BINGHAM DODGE, A.B. Born, Hanover, N. H., Aug. 10, 
1801. Pastor, West Plattsburg, N. Y., 1830-31; Missionary, N. Y., 
1831-32; Pastor, Farmersville, 1833; Greene, 1834-36; Fort Coving- 
ton, 1836-39; Parma, 1839-41; Newton Falls, Ohio, 1841-42; Garretts- 
ville, 1842-44; West Plattsburg, N. Y., 1844-47; died, Plattsburg, 
Nov. 11, 1866, aged 65. 

*HARVEY EVANS, A.B. Born, Readfield, Me., Nov. 1796. Lawyer, 
Harmony, Me., 1830-31; West Waterville, 1831-32; Oldtown, 1832-34; 
Sebec, 1834-36; Benton, 1836-40; died, Benton, Me., July 11, 1840, 
aged 43. 

*WILLIAM AUGUSTUS EVANS, A.B., A.M., 1830. Born, Hallowell, 
Me., Aug. 23, 1810. Lawyer, Livermore Falls, and Jay, Me., 1830-41; 
Clerk, Treasury Dept., Washington, D. C, 1841-62; Lawyer, Athens, 
Me., 1863-65; Fort Fairfield, 186.5-71; Bluehill, 1871-74; died. Blue- 
hill, Me., Nov. 21, 1874, aged 64. 

*THOMAS FITCH, A.B., A.M., 1830. Born, Windsor, Conn., Sept. 10, 
1801. Farmer, Windsor, Conn., 1827-29; Hartland, 1829-31; Mont- 
gomery, Mass., 1831-34; Westfield, 1834-45; We.st Springfield, 184.5-72; 
died, West Springfield, Mass., July 20, 1872, aged 70. 

*ENOCH WESTON FREEMAN, A.B. Born, Minot, Me., Dec. 16, 1798. 
Pastor, New Gloucester, Me., 1827; Lowell, Mass., 1828-35; died, 
Lowell, Mass., Sept. 22, 1835, aged 36. Published A Selection of Hymns 
(1829). 

*HENRY JOSEPH HALL, A.B. Born, Chester, N. H., Oct. 25, 1795. 
Ordained, 1820; Pastor, Monkton, Vt., 1828-30; Cornwall, 1830-32; 
Missionary in Indiana and Mich., Mass. Home Miss. Soc, 1832-39; 
Pastor, East Bloomington, N. Y., 1840-45; Agent Am. Bible Soc, 
Alexandria, Va., several years; died, Kalamazoo, Mich., Jan. 31, 1872, 
aged 76. 

*ALBERT GALLATIN LANE, A.B. Born, Saco, Me., Jan. 13, 1809. 
Lawyer, Eastport, Me., 1830-32; Machias, 1832-59; Register of Pro- 
bate; Clerk of Courts, 1852-59; died, Machias, Me., March 27, 1859, 
aged 50. 

*LYiMAN RAWSON, A.B. Born, Paris, Me., May 6, 1799. Lawyer, 
Rumford, Me., 1830-74; Repr. Me. Legisl., 1838-39; Judge of Probate, 
1839-46; died, Rumford, Me., Aug. 22, 1874, aged 75. 



Graduates — Men 1828 

*ISAAC REDINGTON, A. B. Born, Waterville, Me., March 13, 1803. 

Lawyer, Waterville, Me., 1830-50; Member Me. Senate, 1846-47; 

Treasurer A. & K. R. R., 1850-53; Lawyer, New York, till 1875; died, 

Skowhegan, Me., Oct. 6, 1878, aged 75. 
*THOMAS ROBINSON, A.B. Born, Litchfield, Me., June 13, 1801. 

Lawyer, Jefferson, Me., 1831; Ellsworth, 1831-58; Repr. Me. Legisl., 

1848; Member Bd. of Trustees, 1849-56; died, Ellsworth, Me., July 2, 

1858, aged 57. 
'■TIMOTHY PICKERING ROPES, A.B., A.M., 1830. Born, Oxford, N. 

H., Sept. 13, 1802. Pastor Hampton Falls, N. H., 1829-30; Weston, 

Mass., 1830-33; Lexington, 1833-34; Prin. Lexington Acad., 1834-38; 

Teacher, Winchester, Va., four years; Pastor, Lexington, Mass., 1845- 

46; Farmer, Hampton Falls, 1847-52; Pastor, 1852-54; Carlmona, 

Minn., 1854-55; LeRoy, 1855-65; died, LeRoy, Minn., July 3, 1873, 

aged 70. 
'■SAMUEL STEVENS, A.B., A.M., 1830. Born, Vassalboro, Me., Jan. 25, 

1801. Student of Medicine, 1829-30; Prin. Foxcroft Acad., Me., 1831- 

32; died, Dover, Me., March 4, 1832, aged 31. 

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CLASS OF 1828 

*JAMES BROOKS, A.B. Born, Cape Elizabeth, Me., Nov. 10, 1807. 
Teacher and Law Student, Portland, Me., 1828-29; Editor Portland 
Advertiser, 1829-36; Repr. Maine Legisl, 1835; Editor and Proprietor 
New York Express, 1836-73; Repr. N. Y. Legisl., 1847; Member 31st, 
32d, 38th, 39th, 42d, 43d, U. S. Congress, 1849-73; died, Washington, 
D. C, April 30, 1873, aged 65. 

*JEREiMIAH CHAPLIN, A.B., aA., 1833; D.D., 1857. Born, Danvers, 
Mass., Nov. 22, 1813. Prof. Greek and Latin, New Hampton Lit. and 
Theol. Inst., N. H., 1834-37; Student of Theology, Madison Univ., 
1838-39; Prof. Hebrew and Moral Science, Theol. Sem., Winsboro, S. 
C, 1839-41; Member Bd. of Trustees, 1843-49; Pastor, Bangor, Me., 
1841-46; Dedham, Mass., 1851-58; Newton Corner, 1863-65; Theol. 
Instructor Home Miss. Soc, New Orleans, La., 1865-68; from 1868, 
in literary pursuits, Boston, Mass.; died. New Utrecht, N. Y., March 
5, 1886, aged 73. Author of The Evening of Life (1858) ; Memoir of 
Rev. Duncan Dunbar (1865); The Hand of Jesus (1869); Life of 
President Dunster (1872); Life of Charles Sumner (1874); The 
Memorial Hour (1874) ; Life of Franklin (1876) ; Life of Galen; Com- 
piler of The Riches of Bunyan (1850) ; Chips from the White House 
(1881). 

*EBENEZER EDSON CUMMINGS, A.B., A.M., 1848; D.D., Dartmouth, 
1855. Born, Claremont, N. H., Nov. 9, 1800. Pastor, Salisbury, 
N. H., 1828-32; Concord, N. H., 1832-68; Member Bd. of Trustees, 
1866-81; died, Concord, N. H., Feb. 22, 1866, aged 85. 



1828 Colby College 

*CHARLES FOSTER, A.B. Born, Boston, Mass., Dec. 14, 1807. Stu- 
dent of Medicine, 1828-29; died, Pembroke, Me., April 22, 1829, aged 21. 
*JACOB QUINCY KETTELLE, A.B. Born, Limington, Me., Sept. 6, 

1803. Lawyer, Calais, Me., 1831-41; Boston, Mass., 1841-65; died, 
Boston, Mass., Dec. 2, 1865, aged 62. 

*SAMUEL McCLELLAN, A.B. Born, Bloomfield, Me., April 17, 1810. 
Tutor, College at Jackson, La., 1830-33; Lawyer, Dexter, Me., 1835-68; 
died. Dexter, Me., Aug. 1, 1868, aged 58. 

*NICHOLAS MEDBERRY, A.B., A.M., Brown, 1836. Born, Rehoboth, 
Mass., August 9, 1800. Pastor, Middleboro, Mass., 1828-32; Water- 
town, 1832-43; Newburyport, 1843-53; Ashland, 1853-55; Peabody, 
1855-57; City Missionary, Portsmouth, N. H., 1857-71; died, Dover, 
Mass., May 30, 1878, aged 77. 

*SUMNER SULLIVAN RAWSON, A.B. Born, Paris, Me., Oct. 3, 1805. 
Lawyer, Eastport, Me., 1831-51; Collector of Customs, 1840-41; Mem- 
ber Me. Senate, 1844; Lawyer, San Francisco, Cal., 1851-66; Member 
Cal. Legisl., 1851-52; died, San Francisco, Cal., June 11, 1866, aged 60. 

*ABRAHAM SANBORN, A.B. Born, London, N.H., May 28, 1805. 
Lawyer, Levant, Me., 1833-47; Repr. Me. Legisl., 1852, 1870; died, 
Bangor, Me., Feb. 7, 1885, aged 79. 

*HERMON STEVENS, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me., April 16, 1805. 
Lawyer, Rockland, Me., 1831-65; died, Waterville, Me., March 15, 1867, 
aged 61. 

*ALBERT CARLTON THAYER, A.B., M.D., Columbian, 1831. Born, 
Vassalboro, Me., March 3, 1809. Physician, Benton, Me., 1832-33; 
Skowhegan, Me., 1833-34; died, Skowhegan, Me., Dec. 28, 1834, aged 25. 

*MANLY BURT TOWNSEND, A.B. Born, Sidney, Me., May 8, 1803. 
Lawyer, Calais, Me., 1831-42; Alexander, 1842-49; Member Me. Senate, 
1844-46; President of Senate, 1845-46; died, Alexander, Me., Dec. 7, 
1849, aged 46. 

12— *12 

CLASS OF 1829 

*ASA MATTHEWS, A.B., A.M., 1833. Born, Sear.sport, Me., Feb. 13, 

1804. Prin. Hampden Acad., Me., 1831-37, and 1838-41; Prin. Acad., 
Williamston, N. C, 1842-52; Farmer, Newport, Me., 1852-77; died, 
Newport, Me., Nov. 28, 1877, aged 73. 

*LEANDER SMITH TRIPP, A.B., A.M., 1832, M.D., Bowdoin, 1834. 
Born, Hebron, Me., July 21, 1805. Physician, East Dixfield, Me., 
1836-37; Norway, 1837-41; Teacher, Bridgton, 1842; ordained, 1843; 
Pastor, Waterboro, 1844-46; Limington, 1846-47; Limerick, 1847-50; 
Shapleigh, 1850-53; Effingham, N. H., 1853-55; Sabattus, Me., 1855- 
60; No. Sedgwick, 1861-67; Lunnenburgh, Vt., 1867-69; Surry, Me., 
1869-80; died, Rockland, Me., April 5, 1894, aged 88. 

*ERASTUS WILLARD, A.B., A.M., 1844. Born, Lancaster, Mass., July 

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Graduates — Men 1830 

4, 1800. Newton Theol. Inst., 1833; Pastor, Grafton, Vt., 1833-35; 
Missionary to France, Am. Bapt. Miss. Union, 1835-56; Missionary to 
Ottawa Indians, Kansas, Home Miss. Soc, 1857-60; Pastor, Washburn, 
111., 1861-62; So. Hampton, N. H., 1862-64; Salem, N. Y., 1865-71; died, 
Newport, R. I., Dec. 29, 1871, aged 71. 
•^ROBERT WILLIAMS WOOD, A.B., M.D., Bowdoin, 1832. Born, Stow, 
Mass., April 23, 1803. Physician, Aurora, Me., 1833; Orono, 1834-38; 
Hospital for Am. Seamen, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, 1839-49; intro- 
duced sugar growing, 1848, and later engaged in that business; re- 
turned to U. S., 1866; Libn. Am. Statistical Association, Boston, Mass., 
1872-84; died, Jamaica Plain, Mass., Jan. 4, 1892, aged 88. 

4— *4 

CLASS OF 1830 

"MOSES LARK APPLETON, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me., Feb. 3, 1811. 
Lawyer, Sebec, Me., 1833-35; Bangor, 1835-59; Repr. Maine Legisl., 
1849-50; State Bank Commissioner, 1856; died, Bangor, Me., Sept., 25, 
1859, aged 48. 

*CALEB BURBANK, A.B. Born, Belgrade, Me. Lawyer, Cherryfield, 
Me.; Member Me. Senate, 1841; San Francisco, Cal., from 1854; Mem- 
ber Cal. Legisl.; Judge of Court of Common Pleas; died, Stockton, Cal., 
May 5, 1888. 

*WILLIAM HENRY BURRILL, A.B. Born, China, Me., Dec. 14, 1812. 
Lawyer, Searsport, Me., 1833-37; Register of Probate, Belfast, 1837- 
49; Repr. Me. Legisl., 1872; died, Belfast, Me., Oct. 8, 1884, aged 71. 

*EDWIN WILLIAM GARRISON, A.B., A.M., 1833. Born, St. John, 
N. B., Aug. 12, 1804. Acting Pastor, Cherryfield, Me., 1831-32; Ells- 
worth, 1833; Sedgwick, 1834-35; Hancock County, 1835-36; Pastor, 
Cherryfield, 1836-38; Acting Pastor, No. Sedgwick, 1839-40; died, 
Sedgwick, Me., July 4, 1840, aged 35. Author of Memoirs of Mrs. R. 
B. Pinkham, (1840). 

*JOSEPH HODGES, A.B., A.M., 1834. Born, Norton, Mass., May 19, 
1806. Newton Theol. Inst., 1833; Pastor, Weston, Mass., 1835-39; 
Amherst, 1840-41; Colraine, 1841-43; Palmer, 1843-47; East Brook- 
field, 1847-52; No. Oxford, 1852-55; Agent Am. and For. Bible Soc, 
1855-61; died, Cambridge, Mass., Aug. 23, 1863, aged 57. 

*EATON MASON, A.B. Born, Westminster, Vt., April 4, 1804. Pastor, 
Springfield, N. H., 1831-32; Acting Pastor, EflSngham, 1832-33; Bridg- 
ton. Me., 1833-35; Pastor, Cong. Ch., Sweden, 1835-45; died, Dixfield, 
Me., Nov. 1, 1845, aged 41. 

*HENRY WARREN PAINE, A.B., LL.D., 1854. Born, Vvinslow, Me., 
Aug. 30, 1810. Prin. Waterville, Acad., Me., 1829-30; Tutor, 1830-31; 
Lawyer, Hallowell, Me.; Member Me. Legisl.; Member Bd. Trustees, 
1849-62; Member Me. Hist. Soc, 1851; Fellow of Am. Academy; Mem- 
ber Board of Overseers Harvard Univ., 1870-72; Lecturer on Law of 

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Real Property, Boston Univ. Law School, 1872-84; died, Cambridge, 
Mass., Dec. 26, 1893, aged 8.3. 

♦WILLIAM RICHARDSON, A.B. Born, Belgrade, Me., Feb. 5, 1803. 
Prin. Foxcroft Acad., Me., 1830-31; Law Student, 1831-34; Prin. Acad., 
Enfield, N. C, 1834-40; Gatesville, 1840-42; Planter, Waynesboro, 
Tenn., from 1854; died, Wayne Co., Tenn., date unknown. 

*WILSON CROCKER RYDER, A.B., A.M., 1834. Born, Middleboro, 
Mass., Jan. 11, 1806. Pastor, Mariaville, Me., 1830-32; Corinth, 1832- 
34; Cherryfield, 1834-36; Northboro, Mass., 1837; Leeds, Me., 1837-39; 
Wayne, 1840; from 1841, farming and lumbering; died, Middleboro, 
Mass., Nov. 16, 1888, aged 82. Author of Lectures on Future Punish- 
ment (1836). 

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CLASS OF 1831 

*LUCIUS HENRY CHANDLER, A.B. Born, Belfast, Me., Feb. 20, 1812. 
Teacher, Capeville, Va., 1831-34; Lawyer, Thomaston, Me., 1836-45; 
Boston, Mass., 1845-50; Norfolk, Va., 1850-68; U. S. Consul, Matanzas, 
Cuba, 1861-63; U. S. Dist. Attorney for Eastern Va., 1863-68; Com- 
monwealth Attorney for Richmond, 1868-70; U. S. Pension Agent, 
1875-76; drowned, Norfolk, Va., April 6, 1876, aged 64. 

*JACOB MOTT COOK, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me., June 17, 1804. 
Prin. High School, New Sharon and Norridgewock, Me., 1831-33; died, 
Norridgewock, Me., Nov. 13, 1833, aged 29. 

*SAMUEL GLIDDEN GLIDDEN, A.B. Born, Newcastle, Me., Jan. 5, 
1816. Seaman, 1839-40; Ship-master, 1841; Commission merchant. 
New York, several years; died, Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 16, 1869, aged 53. 

*FREDERICK LORD, A.B. Born, So. Berwick, Me., April 12, 1807. 
Lawyer; Judge of Probate four years; 2d Judge County Court; died, 
Paw Paw, Mich., Aug. 15, 1884, aged 77. 

*WYMAN BRADBURY SEAVEY MOOR, A.B., A.M., 1834. Born, 
Waterville, Me., Nov. 3, 1811. Lawyer, Waterville, Me., 1834-49; 
Repr. Me. Legisl. 1842; Attorney General of Me., 1844-48; U. S. Sena- 
tor, 1848; Lawyer, Bangor, Me., 1849-52; Waterville, 1852-57; U. S. 
Consul General, Montreal, Can., 1857-61; army supplies and tobacco 
business, 1861-68; died, Lynchburg, Va., March 11, 1869, afved 57. 

5— *5 

CLASS OF 1832 

*ALBERT WARE PAINE, A.B. Born, Winslow, Me., Aug. 16, 1812. 
State Examiner of Banks and Insurance, 1868-70; State Insurance 
Commissioner, 1870-73; State Tax Commissioner, 1874; Member Me. 
Hist. Soc, 1881; from 1835, Lawyer, Bangor, Me.; died, Bangor, Me., 
Dec. 3, 1907, aged 95. Author of Paine Genealogy (1881) ; The New 
Philosophy (1884). 



Graduates — Men 1833 

*HOSEA QUINBY, A.B., A.M., 1835, D.D., 1866. Born, Sandwich, N. H., 
Aug. 25, 1804. Prin. Parsonsfleld Sem., Me., 18.32-39; ordained, 1833; 
Pastor, P. W. Baptist Cli., Meredith, N. H., 1839-40; Prin. Lapham 
Inst., No. Scituate, R. I., 1840-54; Pastor and Teacher, Meredith, N. 
H., 1855-57; Pittsfield, 1857-61; Lebanon, Me., 1861-64; Lalce Village, 
N. H., 1864-68; Chaplain, N. H. State Prison, 1869-71; Pastor, Not- 
tingham, N. H., 1872-74; Pittsiield, 1874-76; Milton Mills from 1876; 
died, Milton Mills, N. H., Oct. 11, 1878, aged 74. Author of Review of 
Btitler's Letters; Treatise of Faith and Usages (1834); Christian 
Baptism. 

♦WILLIAM HENRY ROPES, A.B. Born, Orford, N. H., Jan., 1808. 
Prin. Foxcroft Acad., Me., 1832-35; Prin. Acad., Milton, Mass., 1836; 
High School, Waltham, Mass., 1837-40; Farmer, Bedford, Mass., 1843; 
died in Florida about 1864. 

i^CORNELIUS ARNOLD THOMAS, A.B., D.D., Middlebury, 1854. Born, 
Braintree, Mass., Aug. 25, 1800. Newton Theol. Inst., 1835; Pastor, 
Brandon, Vt., 1835-75; died, Brandon, Vt., March 6, 1889, aged 88. 

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CLASS OF 1833 

"DANIEL FRANCIS COOK, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me., Sept. 5, 1814. 
Lawyer and Banker, son of Dr. Daniel Cook, one of the early settlers 
of Waterville, died at Maumee, Ohio, Feb. 8, 1904, aged 90. 

"OLIVER AUGUSTUS DODGE, A.B., A. M., 1836. Born, Hampton 
Falls, N. H., March 18, 1813. Newton Theol. Inst., 1833; Pastor, Lex- 
ington, Mass., 1835-40; died, Lexington, Mass., May 28, 1840, aged 27. 

"JONATHAN EVERETT FARNHAM, A.B., A.M., 1836; LL.D, Mercer 
Univ., 1868. Born, Attleboro, Mass., Aug. 9, 1809. Tutor and Lib., 
1833-35; Prof. Nat. Sciences, Georgetown College, Georgetown, Ky., 
from 1838; died, Louisville, Ky., July 11, 1890, aged 80. 

"ROCKWOOD GIDDINGS, A.B. Born, Plymouth, N. H., Aug. 8, 1812. 
Pastor, Shelbyville, Ky., 1835-38; Pres. Georgetown College, Ky., 
1838-39; died, Shelbyville, Ky., Oct. 29, 1839, aged 27. 

"WALTER GOULD, A.B. Adm. to the Bar, 1836. Lawyer, Alabama. 

"WILLIAM HOWE, A.B., D.D., 1885. Born, Worcester, Mass., May 25, 
1806. Newton Theol. Inst., 1836; Minister at large and Pastor, Bos- 
ton, Mass., 1840-63; Pastor, Cambridge, 1863-70; died, Cambridge, 
Mass., Nov. 28, 1907, aged 101. 

"JOSIAH PILLSBURY, A.B. Born, Nobleboro, Me., March 15, 1812. 
Prin. Pillsbury High School; died. Bowling Green, Ky., Aug. 31, 1884, 
aged 72. 

"WILLIAM MAY STRATTON, A.B. Born, Winslow, Me., Nov. 24, 1812. 
Asst. Clerk of Courts, Kennebec Co., Me., 1834-45; Clerk of Courts, 
1845-81; died, Augusta, Me., Aug. 8, 1883, aged 70. 

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*NAHUM HOWARD WOOD, A.B. Born, Augusta, Me., Jan. 21, 1810. 
Lawyer, from 1836; Prof. Math., Franklin, Coll. Athens, Ga., about 
1840-52; Planter, near Blakely, Ga., about 1852-55; died, Oglethorpe, 
Ga., Sept. 8, 1859, aged 49. 

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CLASS OF 1834 

*FRANCIS BARKER, A.B., A.M., 1837. Born, Pembroke, Mass., Dec. 
22, 1806. Newton Theol. Inst., 1837; ordained, 1838; Teacher, Jack- 
son Co., Miss., 1838; Missionary to Shawnee Indians, Kansas, 1839-56; 
Farmer and Missionary, near Lawrence, 1856-63; died, Lawrence, 
Kansas, Feb. 13, 1863, aged 56. 

*ALLEN BARROWS, A.B., A.M., 1837. Born, Hebron, Me., July 7, 1807. 
Pastor, Hallowell, Me., 1834-35; Leeds, 1835-37; Ellsworth, 1837-45; 
Calais, 1845-50; East Machias, 1850-52; Leeds, 1852-54; Fayette, 
1854-57; Litchfield, 1857-64; Acting Pastor, East Sumner, 1864-72; 
died. East Sumner, April 24, 1875, aged 67. 

*CHARLES WEBSTER BRADBURY, A.B., A.M., 1837. Born, Bangor, 
Me., Nov. 30, 1807. Newton Theol. Inst., 1837; Pastor, Saco, 1838-39; 
Agent Am. and For. Bible Soc, 1840; Prin. Hampton Acad., N. H., 
1841-42; High School, Amesbury, Mass.; Teacher, California, 1849-51, 
1858-66, 1874-75; Pastor, East Winthrop, 1853-55; Agent Peace 
Society, 1871; died, Salisbury, Mass., May 4, 1877, aged 69. 

*ZABDIEL BRADFORD, A.B., A.M., 1844. Bom, Marshfield, Mass., 
July 13, 1809. Newton Theol. Inst., 1834-36; Pastor, No. Yarmouth, 
Me., 1837-44; Providence, R. I., 1844-49; died. Providence, R. I., May 
16, 1849, aged 39. 

*IVORY CLARKE, A.B., A.M., 1837. Born, No. Berwick, Me., March 8, 
1807. Newton Theol. Inst., 1837; ordained as Evangelist, 1837; Mis- 
sionary, Am. Bapt. Miss. Union, Bexley, Africa, 1838-45; Edina, 1845- 
48; died at sea, April 24, 1848, aged 41. Author of Dictionary of the 
Bassa Language. 

*ENOCH HUTCHINSON, A.B., A.M., 1837. Born, Marion, N. Y., June 
7, 1810. Newton Theol. Inst., 1837; ordained, 1837; Pastor, Framing- 
ham, Mass., 1840-41; Prof. Theol. Inst., Thomaston, Me., 1841; Editor 
Baptist Memorial, N. Y., 1846-51; died, Brooklyn, N. Y., March 1, 
1885, aged 74. Author of Music of the Bible (1864) ; translator of 
Uhlemaym's Syriac Grammar (1875). 

*SILAS ILSLEY, A.B., A.M., 1837. Born, Portland, Me., July 10, 1809. 
Newton Theol. Inst., 1837; Pastor, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1837-41; Ports- 
mouth, N. H., Albion, N. Y., Essex, Conn., Warren, Me., East Thomas- 
ton, Damariscotta ; Agent and Dist. Sec. Am. Bapt. Pub. Soc, 1861-70; 
Dover Plains, N. Y., 1870-75; died, Syracuse, N. Y., July 2, 1886, aged 
77. 

*THOMAS LEISHMAN, A.B. Born, Boothbay, Me., Dec. 18, 1805. 
Admitted to the Bar, 1838; died. East Vassalboro, May 8, 1838, aged 32. 

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Graduates — Men 1835 

"JOSEPH GUSHING LORING, A.B. Born, Boston, Mass., Sept. 17, 
1811. Lawyer; died, Boston, Mass., May 14, 1885, aged 73. 

*EDWARD PAYSON McKOWN, A.B., A.M., 18.37. Born, Portland, 
Me., May 17, 1810. Prin. Hallowell Acad., Me., 1834-35; Private 
Tutor, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1836-37; Cambridge Divinity School, 1839; 
died, Worcester, Mass., March 20, 1854, aged 43. 

*CHARLES NICKERSON, A.B. Born, Augusta, Me., Dec. 23, 1814. 
Farmer; died, Big Creelv, S. C, Dec. 25, 1894, aged 80. 

*CARLETON PARKER, A.B. Born, Hopkinton, Mass., Nov. 30, 1806. 
Prin. Kennebunk Acad., Me., 1834-35; Prin. Vermont Lit. and Sci. 
Inst., Brandon, Vt., 1836-40; Groton Acad., N. Y., 1841-44; Home 
School for Boys, Framingham, Mass., 1848-51; Wayne, Me., 1852-56; 
Hebron, 1856-63; Home Missionary, So. Ca., 1864; Pastor, Canton, 
Me., 1865-69; Norridgewock, 1869-71; died. No. Livermore, Me., Aug. 
22, 1874, aged 67. 

'^ALBERT WELSTED POOLE, A.B., A.M., 1837. Born, Portland, Me., 
March 20, 1813. Teacher, Clinton, La., 1836-38; Planter and circuit 
preacher, Woodland, La.; died, Portland, Me., Sept. 27, 1865, aged 52. 

''LEMUEL PORTER, A.B., A.M., 1837, D.D., Madison, 1854. Born, 
Boston, Mass., May 1, 1809. Ordained, 1830; Newton Theol. Inst., 
1834-35; Pastor, Lowell, Mass., 1835-51; Pittsfleld, 1851-62; Blooming- 
ton, 111., 1862-63; Dist. Sec. Am. Tract Soc, 1864; died, Chicago, III., 
Oct. 17, 1864, aged 55. 

i'SYLVANUS GILMAN SARGENT, A.B., A.M., 1837. Born, Methuen, 
Mass., Feb. 19, 1807. Newton Theol. Inst., 1837; Pastor, Belfast, Me., 
1838-46; Frankfort, 1846-56; Agent and Missionary, Me. Bapt. Miss. 
Conv., 1858-74; Acting Pastor, Windsor, So. Gardiner, Sidney; died, 
Augusta, Me., Feb. 21, 1896, aged 89. 

"WILLIAM STOCKBRIDGE, A.B., A.M., 1837, M.D., Berkshire, 1836. 
Born, No. Yarmouth, Me., Nov. 17, 1813. Physician, Woodville, Miss., 
1840-41; West Feliciana Parish, La., 1841-53; died, West Feliciana, 
La., Oct. 2, 1853, aged 39. 

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CLASS OF 1835 



1805821 



i=LORENZO BICKFORD ALLEN, A.B., A.M., 1838, D.D., 1860. Born, 
Jefferson, Me., June 4, 1812. Prin. Richmond, Acad., and Waterville 
Acad., Me., 1835-39; Teacher and Student, Theol. Sem., Thomaston, 
1839; Pastor, Thomaston, 1840-49; Sec, Me. Bapt. Miss. Conv., 1845- 
56; Pastor, Yarmouth, 1849-56; Member Bd. of Trustees, 1853-58; 
Prof. Ancient Languages, Burlington Univ., Iowa, and President, 
1857-65; Pastor, Minneapolis, Minn., 1865-68; Assoc. Pastor, and Prin. 
Groveland Sem., Wasioja, Minn., 1868-72; died, Wasioja, Minn., Aug. 
20, 1872, aged 60. 

I'HENRY PADELFORD BROWN, A.B. Born, Hampden, Me., Aug. 18, 
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1835 Colby College 

1816. Law Student, Bangor, Me., 18.35; died, Bangor, Me., Oct 1, 
1835, aged 19. 

*RICHARD GARLAND COLBY, A.B. Born, Eaton, N. H., March, 1812. 
Prin. Bath Acad., Me., 1835-36; Lawyer, Lowell, Mass., 1838-45; Repr. 
Mass. LegisL, 1841; City Solicitor, 1842; died, Lowell, Mass., Oct. 14, 
1845, aged 33. 

*OLIVER EMERSON, A.B. Born, Lynnfield, Mass., March 26, 1813. 
Lane Theol. Sem., 1840; Missionary, N. E. Iowa, 1840-55; ordained, 
1841; Trustee Iowa Coll., 1852-83; Agent Am. Home Mis.s. Soc, 1855- 
61; Congl. Missionary Evangelist; died. Miles, Iowa, Nov. 10, 1883, 
aged 70. 

*JONATHAN GOODHUE FELLOWS, A.B., A.M., Dartmouth, 1839. 
Born, DeerfielJ, N. H., July 31, 1811. Admitted to the Bar; Teacher 
in Ky., Tenn., La., and Miss.; from 1866, merchant and newsdealer, 
Canton, Miss.; died, Canton, Miss., May 15, 1887, aged 75. 

*AMARIAH JOY, A.B., A.M., 1838. Born, Putney, Vt., May 15, 1809. 
Ordained, 1835; Newton Theol. Inst., 1838; Pastor, Farmington, New 
Sharon, Hampden, Kennebunk, Me., Great Falls, N. H., Cornish, Me., 
Akron, O.; died, Joyfield, Mich., Feb. 11, 1890, aged 80. Author of 
The Pastor's Gift (1854). 

*WILLIAM LAMSON, A.B., A.M., 1838, D.D., 1856. Born, Danvers, 
Mass., Feb. 22, 1812. Tutor, 1835-36; Pastor, Gloucester, Mass., 
1836-39; Newton Theol. Inst., 1840-41; Pastor, Thomaston, Me., 1841- 
42; Gloucester, Mass., 1842-48; Portsmouth, N. H., 1848-49; Brook- 
line, Mass., 1849-75; Member Bd. of Trustees, 1852-55, and 1857-63; 
died. East Gloucester, Mass., Nov. 29, 1882, aged 70. 

*WILLIAM MATHEWS, A.B., A.M., 1838, LL.D., 1868, LL.B., Harvard, 
1839. Born, Waterville, Me., July 28, 1818. Lawyer, Benton, Me., 
1840; Editor and Publisher The Watervillonian, Waterville, 1841; The 
Yankee Blade, Gardiner, 1843, and Boston, Mass., 1847-55 ; in literary 
pursuits, Chicago, 111., 1856-59; Librarian Y. M. C. Assoc, 1859-62; 
Prof. Rhetoric and Eng. Lit., Univ. of Chicago, 1862-75; died, Boston, 
Mass., Feb. 14, 1909, aged 90. Author of Getting On in the Wwld 
(1873) ; The Great Conversers (1874) ; Words, Their Ut,e and Abuse 
(1876); Hours With Men and Books (1877); Translated Sainte- 
Beuve's Monday Chats (1877) ; Oratory and Orators (1879) ; Literary 
Style and Other Essays (1881) ; Men, Places and Things (1888) ; Wit 
and Humor — Their Use and Abuse, (1888) ; Nugae Literariae, or Brief 
Essays on Literary, Social, and Other Themes (1896); Editor of 
Buhver, (40 vols.) (1896) ; Contributor to N. Am. Review, Appleton's 
Cyclopedia of Americati Biography etc.; Conquering Success, or Life 
in Earnest, (1904) ; The Choice and Use of Books, and Brief Biogra- 
phies of Men Who Have Helped Their Felloivs. 

*STEPHEN BENSON PAGE, A.B., A.M., D.D., Denison, 1865. Born, 
Fayette, Me., Oct. 16, 1808. Instr. in Elocution, 1835-36; Newton 
Theol. Inst, 1839; Pastor, Massillon, O., 1840-44; Wooster, 1844-50; 



Graduates — Men 1836 

Norwalk, 1850-54; Cleveland, 1854-66; Financial Agent, Denison 
Univ., 1866-67; Dist. Sec. Am. Bapt. Home Miss. Soc, 1867-80; Mem- 
ber Bd. of Trustees, Denison Univ.; died, Cleveland, Ohio, March 14, 
1888, ag-ed 79. 

*THOMAS HOBART PERRY, A.B., A.M., 1845, M.D., Phila , 1847. Boin, 
Abington, Mass., Aug. 20, 181.3. Prof. Math., U. S. Navy, 18.37-44; 
Coast Survey, 1844; Minister, Swedenb. Soc, St. Louis, 1847-49; died, 
St. Louis, Mo., May 7, 1849, aged 35. 

*BENJAMIN OSGOOD PIERCE, A.B. Born, Beverly, Mass., Sept. 26, 
1812. Prof. Math, and Lang., New Hampton Lit. Inst., N. H., 1835-37; 
Prin. Fem. Acad., Madison, Ga., 1838-39; Prin. Penfield Fern. Sem., 
1838-40; Prof. Chem. and Nat. Phil., Mercer Univ., 1840-49; from 
1849 in business pursuits; died, Beverly, Mass., Nov. 12, 1883, aged 71. 

*JAMES STONE, A.B., A. M., 1838, M.D., Harvard, 1838. Born, Salem, 
Mass., October, 1813. Physician, Haverhill, Mass., 1839-43; from 
1843, druggist; died, Salem, Mass., May 16, 1889, aged 75. 

*ALBERT FREEMAN TILTON, A.B., A.M., 1840. Born, Docrfield, N. 
H., October 15, 1809. Prin. Townshend Acad., Vt., 1835-36; Teacher, 
Boone Co., Ky., 1836-37; Prin. Bapt. Inst., Franklin, Ind., 1837-41; 
ordained as Evangelist, 1841; Missionary, in Indiana, 1841-44; Pastor, 
West Waterville, Me., 1844-46; Acting Pastor, Brunswick, Richmond, 
and Leeds, 1846-49; Franklin, Ind., 1849; died, Franklin, Ind., Sept. 
26, 1850, aged 40. 

*JAMES UPHAM, A.B., A.M., 1840; D.D., 1860. Born, Salem, Mass., 
Jan-. 23, 1815. Prin. Acad., Farmington, Me., 1835-36; Newton Theol. 
Inst., 1837-39; ordained, 1840; Prof. Theol. Inst., Thomaston, Me., 
1840-41; Pastor, Manchester, N. H., 1842-43; Milbury, Mass., 1843-45; 
Prof. New Hampton Lit. Inst., Fairfax, Vt., 1845-59, and President, 
1859-66; Editor Watchman and Reflector, Boston, Mass., 1868-75; New 
England Editor Religious Herald, Richmond, Va., 1875-82; Health 
Editor Youth'n Companion, Boston, from 1878; died, Chelsea, Mass., 
May 3, 1893, aged 78. 

14— *14 

CLASS OF 18.36 

*MOSES BURBANK, A.B., A.M., 1853. Born, Campton, N. H., Oct. 2, 
1811. Teacher, Hampton Falls, N. H., 1836-38; Shelbyville and Tay- 
lorsville, Ky., 1838-45; Newton, Mass., 1845-54; Prin. Ludlow Acad., 
Vt., 1854-66; Editor Black River Gazette, 1866-67; died, Ludlow, Vt., 
March 11, 1867, aged 55. 

*ISAAC MILLER COMINGS, A.B., M.D., Macon, 1842. Born, Free- 
dom, Me., Jan. 28, 1812. Prin. Richmond Acad., Me., 1837; Elizabeth 
City Acad., N. C, 1838-39; Zebulon, Acad., Ga., 1840; Prof. Anat., 
Med., Coll., Macon, Ga., 1843-48; Worcester Med. Inst, Mass., 1848-50; 
Va. Med. Inst., 1850-52; Prof. Anat. and Surg., Metrop. Med. Coll., N. 
y., and Bot. Med. Coll., Ga., 1857-60; Reform Med. Coll., Atlanta, Ga., 

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1836 Colby College 

1881; from 1860, Physician, New York; died, Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 

26, 1889, aged 77. 
*JONATHAN GARLAND DICKERSON, A.B., LL.D., 186.5. Born, Hill, 

N. H., Nov. 5, 1811. Lawyer, Thomaston, Searsport, and Frankfort, 

Me., to 1849; Dep'y Collector Customs, from 1849; Law>-er, Belfast; 

Repr. Me. Legisl., 1842; Collector of Customs, 1858-61; Assoc. Justice, 

Supreme Judicial Court of Maine, from 1862; died, Belfast, Me., Sept. 

1, 1878, aged 66. 
*AHIRA JONES, A.B. Born, Cornwall, Vt., June 25, 1810. Newton 

Theol. Inst., 1836-38; Pastor, Saco, Kennebunkport, Hallowell, Me., 

1838-52; Agent Bapt. Tri. Conv., Vt. State Conv., Am. Bapt. Pub. 

Soc, 1852-74; Pastor, Jericho, Vt., 1874-80; died. West Cornwall, Vt., 

Dec. 11, 1884, aged 74. 
*OZIAS MILLET, A.B., A. M., 1839. Born, Leeds, Me., Aug. 26, 1809. 

Civil and Mining Engineer. Died, Denver, Col., 1881, aged 72. 
*OTIS HACKETT MORRILL, A.B. Born, Amesbury, Mass., March 7, 

1816. Prin. Bartlett School, Lowell, Mass., 1836-51; Repr. Mass. 

Legisl. 1851; died, Lowell, Mass., June 9, 1852, aged 36. 
*IVORY QUINBY, A.B. Born, Buxton, Me., July 14, 18)7. Lawyer, 

Monmouth, 111., 1837; Judge of Probate, 1849-53; R. R. Contractor and 

Banker, 1853-59; Mayor, Trustee and Treas., Monmouth Coll.; died, 

Monmouth, 111., Oct. 23, 1869, aged 52. 
*HALL ROBERTS, A.B. Born, Somersworth, N. H., Nov. 2, 1813. Prin. 

Union Acad., Kennebunk, Me., 1836-43; Prof. New Hampton Lit. 

Inst., N. H., 1843-47; Prin. High School, Concord, from 1847, several 

years. Sec. N. H. Board of Education; Pres. State Nat. Bank; died. 

Concord, N. H., Oct. 13, 1862, aged 48. 
*GEORGE ANSON SARGENT, A.B. Born, Methuen, Mass., Dec. 22, 

1811. Prin. Freedom Acad., Me., 1836-37; Teacher, Newton Upper 

Falls, Mass., 1837-38; Salem Grove, N. C, 1838-40; died, Salem Grove, 

N. C, Sept. 7, 1840, aged 28. 
*MOSES MIGHELS SMART, A.B., A.M., 1839; M.D., Central, 1850. 

Born, Parsonsfield, Me., May 18, 1812. Bangor Theol. Sem., 1839; 

Resident Licentiate, Andover Theol. Sem., 1840 ; Pres. F. W. B. Theol. 

School, Parsonsfield, Me., 1840-42; Adm. to the Bar, 1843; Pres. F .W. 

B. Theol. School, Lowell, Mass., 1842-44, and Whitestown, N. Y., 1844- 

49; Prof. Bibl. Theol.; died, Whitestown, N. Y., Oct 2, 1885, aged 73. 

Author of Bnef View of Christian Doctrine (1843) . 
*WILLIAM SMITH, A.B., A.M., 1839. Born, Princeton, Mass., Feb. 24, 

1811. Newton Theol. Inst., 1839; Pastor, Chelsea, Mass., 1840-41; 

Died, Chelsea, Mass., July 26, 1841, aged 30. 
*FREDERICK AUGUSTUS WADLEIGH, A.B. Born, Amesbury, Mass., 

May 25, 1814. Rector Episc. Ch., Guilford, Vt., 1841-45; Arlington, 

1845-65; Ea.st Berkshire, 1865-79; died, Enosburg Falls, Vt., Mar. 25, 

1884, aged 69. 



Graduates — Men 1837 

*JAMES SULLIVAN WILEY, A.B. Born, Mercer, Me., 1811. Prin. 
Foxcroft Acad. Me., 1836-38; Member 30th U. S. Congress, 1847-49; 
Lawyer, Dover, Me., from 1838; died, Fryeburg, Me., Dec. 21, 1891, 
aged 80. 

*WILLIAM EDWARD WORDING, A.B., A.M., 1839; LL.D., 1858. Born, 
Castine, Me., Jan. 21, 1812. Prof. Greek and Latin, New Hampton, 
Lit. and Theol. Inst., N. H., 1836-41; Prin. High School, Cheraw, S. C, 
1841-44; Lawyer, Cheraw, 1845-47; Racine, Wis., 1847-62; Judge of 
County Court, 1850-62; U. S. Tax Com'r., S. C, 1862-70; Member Bd. 
of Trustees from 1870; Lawyer and Banker, Plainviev/, Minn.; died, 
Fargo, Dak., Jan. 23, 1886, aged 74. 

14— *14 

CLASS OF 1837 

*MARTIN LUTHER BICKFORD, A.B., A.M., 1851. Born, Sedgwick, 
Me., Aug. 18, 1814. Newton Theol. Sem., 1838-40; Teacher, Hanover 
Co., Va., 1840-44; Prin. Young Ladies' Sem., Richmond, Va., 1845-52; 
Pastor, Waltham, Mass., 1852-63; Chicopee, 1863-65; Merchant, Cleve- 
land, 0., 1866-71; Pastor, Oberlin, 1871-72; Elyria, 1874-76; died, 
Elyria, Ohio, April 9, 1876, aged 61. 

*GEORGE WHITEFIELD BOSWORTH, A.B., A.M., 1854; D.D., 1862. 
Born, Bellingham, Mass., Sept. 30, 1818. Newton Theol. Inst., 1841; 
Pastor, Medford, Mass., 1841-46; So. Boston, 1846-55; Portland, Me., 
1855-65 ; Lawrence, Mass., 1865-69 ; Haverhill, 1869-79 ; Cor. Sec. Me. 
Bapt. Ed. Soc, 1856-65; Cor. Sec. Northern Bapt. Ed. Soc, 1865-79; 
Member Bd. Trustees from 1865; from 1879, Sec. and Supt. Mass. Bapt. 
Convention; died, Wakefield, Mass., Jan. 19, 1888, aged 69. 

*FRANCIS ALONZO GATES, A.B., Columbian; A.M., 1871. Born, 
Attleboro, Mass., March 15, 1810. Teacher, Zebulon, Ga., 1837-40; 
Campbellton, 1840-41; Marietta, 1841-43; Cave Spring, 1843-45; East 
Corinth, Me., 1845-48; Farmer, Bradford, 1850-53; Massillon, Iowa, 
from 1853; died. Philips Co., Kansas, Nov. 21, 1880, aged 70. 

*ELDRIDGE LAWRENCE GETCHELL, A.B., A.M., 1849. Born, Wat- 
erville, Me., March 22, 1814. From 1839, Lawyer, Walerville, Me.; 
P. M., 1845-49, and 1854-61; Cashier Waterville Nat. Bank, 1863-79; 
Sec. Bd. Trustees, 1848-52; Treasurer, 1851-81; died, Waterville, Me., 
April 30, 1899, aged 85. 

*CONSTANTINE BATES MARSTON, A.B., A.M., 1840. Born, Water- 
ville, Me., July 29, 1809. Agent Am. and For. Bible Soc, and Agent 
Am. Tract Soc, to 1861; ordained, 1858; Farmer; died, Oakland, Me., 
Dec 5, 1897, aged 88. 

*FRANKLIN MERRIAM, A.B., A.M., 1840. Born, Westminster, Mass., 
March 5, 1810. Newton Theol. Inst., 1840; Pastor, East Winthrop, 
Me., 1840-47; Richmond, 1847-48; Searsmont, 1848-50; Agent Am. 
and For. Bible Soc, 1851-54; Pastor, Exeter, N. H., 1854-56; Agent 
Am. Bapt. Miss. Union, 1856-57; Pastor, New Boston, N. H., 1859-62; 



1837 Colby College 

East JaflFrey, 1862-65; Hanover, 1865-72; Danbury, 1872-82; Bow, 
1882-85; from 1885, East Weare, N. H.; Member Bd. Trustees, 1863-88; 
died, Sharon, Mass., Dec. 10, 189.3, aged 83. 

*CHARLES MORRILL, A.B. Born, Waltham, Mass., Nov. 22, 1818. 
Prin. Dracut Acad., Mass., 1838-39; Teacher, Lowell, Mass., 1839-45; 
Prin. Green Gram. School, 1845-67; Supt. Public Schools, Lowell, 
Mass, 1867-84; died, Lowell, Mass., April 2, 1884, aged 65. 

*BENJAMIN FRANKLIN SHAW, A.B., Dartmouth, 1837; A.M., 1871; 
D.D., 1872. Born, Gorham, Me., Oct. 26, 1814. Newton Theol. Inst., 
1839-40; ordained, 1843; Pastor, China, Thomaston, Waterville, Dex- 
ter, Me.; Missionary Me. Bapt. Miss. Convention; Member Bd. Trus- 
tees from 1870; died, Waterville, Me., Feb. 23, 1897, aged 82. 

*OBED BURNHAM WALKER, A.B., Columbian, 1837; A.M., 1870. 
Born, Kennebunkport, Me., June 7, 1807. Newton Theol. Inst., 1837- 
38; Pastor, Livermore, Me., 1839-43; Foxcroft and Dover, 1843-46; 
Waldoboro, 1846-50; Brooklin, 1850-55; Guilford, 1855-63; Monmouth, 
1863-66; Athens, 1869-77; died. So. Norridgewock, Me., May 27, 1882, 
aged 74. 

*NATHANIEL MARSHMAN WILLIAMS, A.B., Columbian, 1837; A.M., 
1854; D.D., Univ. of Chicago, 1871. Born, Salem, Mass., Nov. 13, 
1813. Newton Theol. In.st., 1837-39; Pastor, New Sharon, Me., 1840- 
42; Farmington, 1842-46; Saco, 1846-52; Somerville, Msss., 1852-61; 
Ellsworth, Me., 1861-65; Peabody, Mass., 1865-68; Methuen, 1868-71; 
Wickford, R. I., 1871-77; Acting Pastor, Andover, Mass., 1877-81; 
from 1881, Pastor, Warner, N. H.; died, Newton, Mass., Feb. 10, 1895, 
aged 81. Author of Notei^ on the Gospel of Matthew (1870). 

10— *10 

CLASS OF 1838 

*BENJAMIN FRANKLIN BUTLER, A.B., A.M., 1852; LL.D., 1862, and 
Williams, 1863. Born, Deerfield, N. H., Nov. 5, 1818. Lawyer, Lowell, 
Mass., 1840-61; Repr. Mass. Legisl., 1853; Member Mass. Senate, 1859- 
60; Brig. Gen. Mass. Vols., 1861; Maj. Gen. U. S. Vols., 1861-65; Mem- 
ber 40th, 41st, 42d, 43d, and 45th U. S. Congress, 1867-78; Governor 
of Massachusetts, 1883; Lawyer, Boston, Mass.; died, Washington, D. 
C, Jan. 11, 1893, aged 74. Author of Autobiography, etc. (1892). 

*FRANKLIN EVERETT, A.B., A.M., 1841. Born, Worthington, Mass., 
Jan. 26, 1812. Prin. Black River Acad., Vt., 1839-40; Prin. Acad., Can- 
ajoharie, N. Y., 1841-43; Otsego Acad., Cooperstown, 1844-45; Ever- 
ett Acad., Grand Rapids, Mich., 1846-72; City Recorder, 1854; died. 
Grand Rapids, Mich., Feb. 1, 1894, aged 82. Author of Memorials of 
the Grand River Valley. (1878). 

*OLIVER CROMWELL GARDINER, A.B. Born in 1813. A.-;.<oc. Edi- 
tor Democratic Review; in literary pursuits. New York. Author of 
Life of S. J. Tiiden; Life of Gen. W. S. Hancock. Died, New York, 
Oct. 31, 1892, aged 79. 

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Graduates — Men 1838 

*EDGAR HARKNESS GRAY, A.B., A.M., 1854; D.D., Rochester, 1864. 
Born, Bridport, Vt., Nov. 28, 1813. Pastor, Freeport, Me., 1839-43; 
Shelburne Falls, Mass., 1843-47; Bath, Me., 1847-50; Sholburne Falls, 
Mass., 1850-63; Washington, D.C„ 1868-69, and Chaplain U. S., Sen- 
ate, 1864-68; Shelburne Falls, Mass., 1869-73; Washington, D. C, 187.3- 
78; San Francisco, Cal., 1879-80; Vallejo, Cal., 1880-82; died, Oakland, 
Cal., May 25, 1894, aged SO. 

*LEVI BEALS HATHAWAY, A.B. Born, Peru, Mass., Sept. 14, 1810. 
Newton Theol. Inst., 1838-40; Pastor, Parmington, Me., 1841-42; Rock- 
port, Mass., 1842-43; died, Rockport, Mass., Aug. 1, 1843, aged 33. 

*CROSBY HINDS, A.B. Born, Benton, Me., Dec. 19, 1811. Lawyer, 
Merchant and Farmer, from 1841, Benton, Me.; Member Me. Senate, 
1864, 1865; P. M., from 1842; died, Benton, (Me., Sept. 4, :!883, aged 71. 

*MOSES JONES KELLEY, A.B., A.M., 1842. Born, New Sharon, Me., 
July 18, 1817. Newton Theol. Inst., 1842; Pastor, East Longmeadow, 
Mass., 1842-43; Saugerties, N. Y., 1844; Amenia, 1845-46; Evangeli-st, 
in Mass., 1846-48; Pastor, Oldtown, Me., 1848-49; Frankfort, Gardiner, 
Nobleboro, to 1855; Liberty, Jefferson, Cherryfield, to 1862; Chaplain 
6th Me. Vols., 1862-64; Evangelist in 111., 1865-66; Missionary Me. 
Bapt. Miss. Conv., 1868-69; Chaplain, Eastern National Home, Togus, 
1869-70; Post Chaplain, U. S. Army, Oregon, Minn., and Dakota, 1870- 
79; Pastor, St. James, Minn., 1883-85; died, Damariscotta, Me., Aug. 
25, 1898, aged 81. 

*STEPHEN HERVEY MIRICK, A.B., A.M., 1841. Born, Salem, Mass., 
Jan. 9, 1819. Newton Theol. Inst., 1843; ordained, 1843; Prin. Young 
Ladies' Inst., Charlottesville, Va., 1845-53, and Washington, D.C., 
1853-57; Pastor, Camden, N. J., 1858; Lewisburg, Pa., 1859-66; from 
1867, Clerk 3d Auditor's office, Treasury Dept.; died, Washington, D. 
C, Oct. 29, 1883, aged 64. 

"JAMES OLIVER, A.B. Born, Salem, Mass., Sept. 18, 1808. Teacher in 
Me., 1838-39; Clerk, arranging Archives of Mass., Cambridge, Mass., 
1840-41; Teacher, Concord, 1842; Boston, 1844; died, Cambridge, 
Mass., Jan., 1845, aged 36. Joint Author of Wreck of the Glide 
(1848). 

^NATHANIEL GILMAN ROGERS, A.B. Born, Exeter, N. H., April 
25, 1818. Prin. Waterville Acad., Me., 1838-40; Clerk, U. S. Ship, 
Boston, 1840-41; Purser, 1842-43; Teacher in Va., 1845-47; U. S. 
Army, 1847; died, Mexico, 1847, aged 29. 

'■WILLIAM ALBERT SHEPARD, A.B., A.M., 1841. Born, Bloomfield, 
Me., June 12, 1820. Prin. Brimmer School, Boston; Lawyer; Civil 
and Mining Engineer, N. Y.; died, Phila., Pa., Dec. 4, 1896, aged 76. 

'NATHANIEL TOBEY TALBOT, A.B., A.M., 1853. Born, Turner, Me., 
April 16, 1813. Lawyer, Rockport, Me., from 1840; Judge of Probate, 
1864-68; from 1866, partner in lumber and ice business; died, Rockport, 
Me., Feb., 24, 1889, aged 75, 

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*DANFORD THOMAS, A.B., A.M., 1841; LL.D., 1876. Born, East 
Winthrop, Me., Sept. 21, 1817. Tutor, 1838-39; Prof. Greek and Latin, 
Georgetown, Coll., Ky., 1839-69; Prof. Greek and German, 1869-82; 
died, Georgetown, Ky., May 17, 1882; aged 64. 

*ELISHA MADISON THURSTON, A.B., A.M., 1841. Born, Orange Co., 
Vt., March 24, 1810. Prin. Charleston Acad., Me., 1838-44; Repr. Me. 
Legisl., 1843; Member Me. Senate, 1846, 1847; Sec. Me. Bd. of Educa- 
tion, 1850-52; Member Bd. of Trustees, 1849-55; Lawyer, Manhattan, 
Kan., 1855-59; Mayor, 1859; died, Manhattan, Kan., March 17, 1859, 
aged 48. 

*FREDERICK SLOCUM WILEY, A.B. Born, Wakefield, Mass., March 
18, 1819. Law Student, Phila.; Theol. Sem., Alexandria, Va., 1845-48; 
Asst. Rector, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1848-49; Rector, Episc. Ch., Honesdale, 
Pa., 1849-50; Saratoga, N. Y., 1850-51; Philadelphia, Pa., 1852-55; 
New York, 1855-62; Chaplain, 71st N. Y. Vols., 1862; died, Florence, 
Italy, Jan. 20, 1864, aged 44. 

15— *15 

CLASS OF 1839 

*LEWIS BARROWS, A.B., A.M., 1842. Born, Monson, Mass., April 2, 
1813. Newton Theol. Inst., 1842; Pastor, Woolwich, Dexter, Hamp- 
den, Oldtown, Me.; Rock Island, 111.; Agent, Am. and For. Bible Soc, 
and Missionary, Iowa, 20 years; Pastor, Cong'l Ch., Bartlett, Neb., 
1882-89; died, Bartlett, Neb., Sept. 6, 1889, aged 76. 

*ANDREW HOWARD BRIGGS, A.B., A.M., 1849. Born, Hampden, Me., 
1820. Lawyer, Carmel, Me., 1841-47; Hampden, 1847-53; Bangor, 
1853-65; from 1865, Boston, Mass.; died, Melrose, Mass., April 20, 
1899, aged 79. 

*SAMUEL LUNT CALDWELL, A.B., A.M., 1842; D.D., 1858, LL.D., 
Brown Univ., 1884. Born, Newburyport, Mass., Nov. 13, 1810. 
Newton Theol. Inst., 1845; Pastor, Bangor, Me., 1846-58. Providence, 
R. I., 1858-73; Member Bd. of Trustees, 1850-63; Fellow of Brown 
Univ. from 1859; Prof. Eccl. Hist., Newton Theol. Inst., 187.3-78; 
Pres. Vassar Coll., 1878-85; died. Providence, R. I., Sept. 26, 1889, aged 
78. Author of Memorial of Prof. R. P. Dunn (1867) ; Literature in 
Account With Life (1885) ; Cities of Our Faith (1890) ; Sermons, etc. 

*ISAAC CHIPMAN, A.B., A.M., 1842. Born, Cornwallis, N. S., July 17, 
1817. Prof. Math, and Nat. Phil., Acadia Coll., N. S., 1S38-52; drowned, 
near Cape Blomidon, June 7, 1852, aged 34. 

*STEPHEN COBURN, A.B., A.M., 1842. Born, Bloomfield. Me., Nov. 11, 
1817. Prin. Bloomfield Acad., 1840-44; Lawyer, Skowhegan, Me., 
from 1845; Member Me. Bd. of Education 1849-52; Member 36th U. S. 
Congress, 1861; drowned, Skowhegan, Me., July 4, 1882, aged 64. 

^NATHANIEL THOMAS FAY, A.B. Born, Camden, Me., Nov. 26, 1813. 
Andover Theol. Sem., 1839-40; Bangor Theol. Sem., 1842; Pastor, 

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Graduates — Men 1839 

Cong. Ch., Montgomery, 0., 1843-75; Prairie Depot, Rollinville; died, 

New Cumberland, W. Va., Oct. 18, 1908, aged 94. 
* ABRAHAM HOLLEY GRANGER, A.B., A.M., 1842; D.D., 1864. Born, 
Suffield, Conn., Oct. 10, 1815. Newton Theol. Inst, 1843; Pastor, 

Warren, Me., 1843-54; Providence, R. I., 1854-78; Burrillville, 1881-91; 

Member Bd. Trustees, 1850-66; Trustee Brown Univ., from 1863; died, 

Burrillville, R. I., July 22, 1894, aged 78. 
*JOHN JOHNSON, A.B., A.M., 1842. Born, Sullivan, Me., Oct. 15, 

1810. Bangor Theol. Sem., 1839; Pastor, Charleston, Me., 1839-43; 

Addison, 1843-45; Cherryfield, 1845-52; business and travel, 1852-57; 

Pastor, Charleston, 1857-75; Sullivan, 1875-80; Repr. Me. Legisl., 

1866; died, Bradford, Me., Dec. 5, 1886, aged 76. 
*SAMUEL SAWYER JOHNSON, A.B. Born, Ludlow, Vt., Oct. 14, 1809. 

Tutor, 1839-41; died, Ludlow, Vt., March 14, 1842, aged 32. 
*RUFUS LAPHAM, A.B. Born, Boston, Mass., Feb. 1, 1814. Prin. 

Acad., Billerica, Mass., 1839-42; Lawyer, Lowell, Mass., and Ansonia, 

Conn., Inventor; died. New York, April 25, 1884, aged 70. 
*MYLON MERRIAM, A.B. Born, Brandon, Vt., July 5, 1811. Hamil- 
ton Lit. and Theol. Inst., 1842; Pastor, Grafton, Vt., 1842-46; Derby, 

1846-48;' Waterville, Me., 1848-49; New Gloucester, 1850-51; Sharon, 

Mass., 1852-58; Newport, N. H., 1858-59; Cavendish, Vt., 1859-60; 

Shaftsbury, 1861-63; West Hartford, Conn., 1870-72; Allendale, R. I., 

1875-77; East Providence, 1877-80; Coleraine, Mass., 1881-86; died, 

Boston, Mass., May 31, 1890, aged 78. 
*DAVID PURINTON, A.B. Born, Coleraine, Mass., Feb. 19, 1817. 

Teacher, Hamilton, O., 1840-42; Lawyer, Bluscatine, la., 1843-47; Prin. 

Mechanic's Acad., Iowa City, 1847; from 1847, Farme", Adams, la.; 

died, Kenneyville, Minn., July 25, 1886, aged 69. 
*DAVID AIKEN RICHARDSON, A.B., A.M., 1842. Born, Londonderry, 

N. H., Oct. 22, 1809. Teacher, Alton, 111., 1840-45; St. Louis, Mo., 

1845; died, Bangor, Me., March 10, 1847, aged 37. 
*JOSEPH RICKER, A.B., A.M., 1842; D.D., 1868. Born, Parsonsfield, 

Me., June 27, 1814. Editor Zion's Advocate, Portland, Me., 1839-43; 

Pastor, New Gloucester, 1843-47; Belfast, 1847-52; Woburn, Mass., 

1852-58; Chaplain Mass. State Prison, 1858-61; Pastor, Milford, 1861- 

65; Augusta, Me., 1865-71; and Chaplain Me. Insane Hosp., 1869-70; 

Sec. Mass. Bapt. Conv., 1858-66; Member Bd. Trustees, from 1849; 

Sec. Me. Bapt. Miss. Conv., 1869-88; died, Augusta, Me., Sept. 4, 1897, 

aged 83. Authoi- oi Personal Recollections (1894). 
*JOSHUA SOULE THOMPSON, A.B., A.M., 1844. Born, Industry, Me., 

Oct. 11, 1815. Lawyer, Waterville, Me., 1841-42; Prin. Acad., Swedes- 

boro, N. J., 1842-44; Lawyer, from 1844; County Prosecutor of the 

Pleas, 1849-80; Pres. Woodbury and Swedesboro, R. R. Co.; died, 

Swedesboro, N. J., Nov. 1, 1881, aged 65. 
♦WILLIAM HARRISON THOMPSON, A.B. Born, Starks, Me., April 
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1839 Colby College 

21, 1814. Prin. Acad., Swedesboro, N. J., 18.39-42; died, Swedesboio, 
N. J., Aug. 16, 1842, aged 28. 

*EDWARD WILLIAMS, A.B. Born, Augu.'^ta, Me., April 27, 1817. 
Law Student, Augusta, Me., 1839-41; on whaling voyage, several years; 
in business, New Orleans, La.; died, New Orleans, La., 1862, aged 45. 

*THOMAS GODDARD WRIGHT, A.B., A.M. Hamilton, 1842, and Madi- 
son, 1846. Born, Westfleld, Mass., Jan. 18, 1820. Hamilton Theol. 
Sem., 1842; Pastor, Lyons, N. Y., 1844-47; Claremont, N. H., 1847-51; 
Sandisfield, Mass., 1851-53; Newark, N. J., 1853-55; Westport, N. Y., 
1855-57; Wappinger's Falls, 1857-60; Roadstown, N. J., 1860-71; 
Phila., Pa., 1871-72; Westerly, R. L, 1872-74; Newfane, N. Y., 1874- 
75; Watkins, N. Y., 1875-78; Media, Pa., 1878-81; Hoosick, N. Y., 
1884-85; Hopewell, N. J.; died, Hartford, Conn., Nov. 11, 1906, aged 86. 

18— *18 
CLASS OF 1840 

*MARTIN BREWER ANDERSON, A.B., A.M., 1843; LL.D., 1853, and 
Univ. of State of N. Y., 1883; L.H.D., Columbia Univ. 1887. Born, 
Brunswick, Me., Feb. 12, 1815. Newton Theol. Inst, 1840-41; Tutor, 
1841-43, and Librarian, 1842-50; Prof. Rhetoric, 1843-50; Editor New 
York Recorder, 1850-53; Pres. Am. Bapt. Home Miss. Soc, 1864; Pre.=^. 
Am. Bapt. Miss. Union, 1869-72; Membei- N. Y. State Bd. Charities, 
1868; Assoc. Ed. Johnson's Cyc; Trustee Vassar Coll.; from 1853, 
President University of Rochester; died, Lake Helen, Fla., Feb. 26, 
1890, aged 75. 

*SAMUEL WATERS AVERY, A.B. Born, Jefferson, Me., July 4, 1814. 
Teacher, Richmond, Me., 1841-43; Newton Theol. Inst., 1847; Pastor, 
Lubec, 1849-51; Searsport, 1851-57; Fayette, 1858-64; Lisbon Falls, 
1865-68; Sabattus, 1866-70; Sec. Me. Bapt. Miss. Conv., 1860-67; 
Druggist, 1867-75; died, Lisbon Falls, Me., Dec. 17, 1875, aged 61. 

*MARSHALL SPRING CHASE, A.B., A.M., 1843. Born, Waterville, 
Me., Sept. 2, 1821. Lawyer, Boston, Mass., 1843-51; San Francisco, 
CaL, 1851-59; Martinez, 1859-69; died, Martinez, Cal., Jan. 24, 1869, 
aged 47. 

*ARTHUR FULLER DRINKWATER, A.B., A.M., Brown, 1843. Born, 
Mt. Vernon, Me., Feb. 8, 1819. Member Me. Bd. of Education, 1847- 
52; Judge Municipal Court, Ellsworth, 1869-72; Collector Int. Rev. 
5th Dist., Me., 1873-76; Editor Ellsworth Americnti 1872-78; Repr. 
Me. Legisl., 1878; died, Ellsworth, Me., May 27, 1882, aged 63. 

*BARNABAS FREEMAN, A.B., A.M., 1843. Born, Fairfield, Me., Oct. 
17, 1814. Prin. High School, Wiscasset, Me., 1840-41; Eastport, 1841 ; 
Bucksport, 1842; Adm. to the Bar, 1843; Member Bd. Overseers Bowd. 
Coll., from 1857; died, Yarmouth, Me., Dec. 18, 1894, aged 80. 

*WILLIAM FRANKLIN GOLDTHWAITE, A.B., A.M., 1844. Born, 
Augusta, Me., Nov. 24, 1820. Teacher, Lit. Inst. Eufaula, Ala., 1841; 
Lowndesboro Acad., 1842; Montgomery Acad., 1842; Ballanger's Acad., 

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Graduates— Men 1840 

New Orleans, La., 1843-44; Prof. English, Greek and Latin, Jefferson 
Coll., 1844-46; Shipping- Agent, New Orleans, 1846-49; from 1849, 
Bookseller; died. New Orleans, La., Feb. 3, 1893, aged 73. 

■■LEWIS HOLMES, A.B. Born, Plymouth, Mass., April 12, 1813. Pas- 
tor, Edgartown, Mass., 1841-43; Canton, 1843-45; Groton, 1845-49; 
Barre, 1849-54; Edgartown, 1854-58; Middlefield, 1859-65; Scituate, 
1865-68; Leicester, 1869-76; Acting Pastor, Plymouth, Mass., 1879-80; 
died, Plymouth, Mass., May 24, 1887, aged 74. Author of The Arctic 
Whaleman and Whaling (1857) ; Biography of Rev. Thomas Conant. 

*LEBBEUS KINGMAN, A.B. Born, Waltham, Me., June 16, 1810. 
Pastor, Sedgwick, Me., 1841-42; Guilford, 1843-45; Surry, 1845-48; 
Veazie, 1848-50; No. Sedgwick, 1850-54; China, 1854-58; Dexter, 1858- 
64; New Gloucester, 1864-66; fruit raising, Vineland, N. J., 1866-69; 
died, Vineland, N. J., Nov. 15, 1869, aged 59. 

*WILLIAM STEVENS KNAPP, A.B. Born, Raynham, Mass., Sept. 19, 
1812. Newton Theol. Inst., 1840-42; Pastor, Bloomfield, Conn., 1845- 
47; Johnstown, N. Y., 1847-50; Canaan, 1850-51; died, Canaan Centre, 
N. Y., Aug. 14, 1851, aged 38. 

*GEORGE KNOX, A.B., A.M., 1845. Born, Saco, Me., Oct. 24, 1816. 
Newton Theol. Inst., 1840-41; Pastor, Topsham, Me., 1841-45; Cornish, 
1845-47; Lewiston, 1847-60; Brunswick, 1860-61; Chaplain 1st Me. 
Vols., 1861; Chaplain 10th Me. Vols., 1861-63; Pastor, Lawrence, 
Mass., 1863-64; Chaplain 29th Me. Vols., 1864; died, near Cedar Creek, 
Va., Oct. 31, 1864, aged 48. 

*SIMEON HEATH LOWELL, A.B., A.M., 1843. Born, Chesterville, Me., 
Aug. 18, 1816. Prin. St. Brides Acad., Va., 1840-41; Lawyer, East 
Machias, Me., 1843-55; Phillips, 1855-61; Farmington, 1861-76; Clerk 
of Courts, 1861-74; died, Farmington, Me., Aug. 2, 1876, aged 59. 

*THOMAS RAINSFORD, A.B. Born, Boston, Mass., April 25, 1815. 
Asst. Bridgewater Normal School, Mass., 1841 ; Private Tutor, Mont- 
gomery, Ala., 1842-43; Prin. Acad., Benton, 1843-44; died, Benton, 
Ala., July, 1844, aged 29. 

*WILDER BROWN START, A.B. Born, Camden, Me., Jan. 16, 1815. 
Bangor Theol. Sem., 1840-42; died, Camden, iMe., March 13, 1846, 
aged 31. 

*OAKMAN SPRAGUE STEARNS, A.B., A.M., 1843; D.D., 1863. Born, 
Bath, Me., Oct. 20, 1817. Newton Theol. Inst, 1846; Instr. in Hebrew, 
N. T. L, 1846-47; Pastor, Southbridge, Mass., 1847-54; Newark, N. J., 
1854-55; Newton Centre, Ma.ss., 1855-68; Member Bd. of Trustees, 
from 1870; from 1868, Prof. Old Testament Interpretation, Newton 
Theol. Inst.; died, Newton Centre, Mass., April 20, 1893, aged 75. 

*WILLIAM TILLEY, A.B. Born, Newport, R. I., Aug. 25, 1808. Pastor, 
Sidney, Me., 1842-52; Jefferson, 1852-56; West Waterville, 1856-62; 
Jefferson, 1862-71; Sidney, 1871-75; Jefferson, 1875-82; died, Jefferson, 
Me., Oct. 2, 1882, aged 74. 

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CLASS OF 1841 

*CALVIN BICKFORD, A.B. Born, Sedgwick, Me., Jan. 2, 1813. Prin. 
High School, Cherryfield, Me., 1841-43; Warren Acad., 1843-46; Wis- 
casset, 1846-47; Vassalboro, 1847-48; Warren Acad., 1848-60; Camden, 
1862-64; Repr. Me. Legisl., 1865, 1867; Memb. Me. Hist. Soc, 1867; 
Farmer; died, Warren, Me., March 6, 1883, aged 70. 

*ALONZO COBURN, A.B., LL.B., Harvard, 1845. Born, Bloomfield, Me., 
Dec. 6, 1812. Lawyer and Farmer; died, Skowhegan, Me., Nov. 19, 
1882, aged 70. 

*SAMUEL WESTON COBURN, A.B., A.M., 1847. Born, Bloomfield, 
Me., July 14, 1815. Merchant and Manufacturer, Skowhegan, Me., 
1843-55; from 1855, Farmer; died, Skowhegan, Me., July 30, 1873, 
aged 58. 

*JOHN WIGGIN COLCORD, A.B., A.M., 1846. Prin. Acad., Hancock, 
N. H., 1842-47; Asst. Boys' High Sch., Portland, Me., 1847-50; Prin. 
Portland Acad., 1850-53; Asst. Boys' High Sch., 1853-55: Prin. High 
Sch., Peabody, Mass., 1855-57; Young Ladies' Sch., Chicago, 111., 1857- 
58; Assoc. Editor Zion's Advocate, Portland, Me., 1858-73; died, Alva, 
Fla., Dec. 21, 1898, aged 80. 

*JOSIAH HARMON, A.B. Born, Thorndike, Me., April 2, 1813. Teach- 
er, 20 years; Farmer; died, Troy, Me., Oct. 24, 1898, aged 85. 

*CHARLES COLLINS LONG, A.B. Born, Bluehill, Me., June 30, 1811. 
Pastor, Rockport, Me., 1842-45; Sedgwick, 1845-50; Mariaville, 1850- 
58; Addison, 1858-62; Mariaville, 1862-68; Calais, 1868-71; Machias, 
1871-83; died, Addison, Me., Jan. 18, 1894, aged 81. 

*THOMAS MERRILL, A.B. Born, Newbury, Mass., May 19, 1814. 
Newton Theol. Inst., 1844; Pastor, Baring, Me., 1846-47; Merchant, 
Newburyport, Mass., 1847-49; died, Sacramento, Cal., Oct. 24, 1849, 
aged 35. 

*JOHN LEESE MOSES, A.B., A.M., 1844. Born, Exeter, N. H., May 9, 
1822. Editorial Staff Kuoxville Register, several years; Cashier Bank 
of Knoxville; Treas. and Supt. Knoxville and Ohio R. R. Co.; Judge and 
Chairman County Court; Pres. Bd. of Trustees, Univ. of Tenn.; died, 
Knoxville, Tenn., April 2, 1887, aged 64. 

*CALVIN SMITH PENNELL., A.B., A.M., Antioch. Born, Coleraine, 
Mass., Jan. 24, 1816. Prof. Latin, Antioch Coll.; Prof. Moral Philoso- 
phy and Metaphysics, Washington Univ., and Prin. Mary Institute, St. 
Louis, Mo.; died, St. Paul, Minn., March 16, 1901, aged 85. 

*CHARLES HATHORN WHEELER, A.B., A.M., 1844. Born, Rich- 
mond, Me., Aug. 18, 1819. Rector Episcopal Ch.; died. Providence, R. 
I., Nov. 30, 1895, aged 76. 

*JOHN WEBSTER WIGGIN, A.B. Born, Pembroke, N. H., Jan. 27, 
1814. Prin. Townshend Acad., Vt., 1842-43; Pastor, Wilton, N. H., 
1844; Westfield, Mass.; Benton, Manche.ster, and Throopsville, N. Y.; 
died, Syracuse, N.Y., Nov. 14, 1862, aged 48. 

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^■WILLIAM WEBBER WOODBURY, A.B., A.M., 1854. Born, Ludlow, 
Vt., Sept. 18, 1815. Prin. High Sch., Augusta, 1840-43; Bath, 1843- 
48; Prin. Conn. Lit. Inst., Suffield, Conn.; died, Suffield, Conn., March 
18, 1856, aged 40. 

12— *12 

CLASS OF 1842 

*NATHANIEL BUTLER, A.B., A.M., 1845; D.D., 1873. Born, Water- 

ville, Me., Oct. 19, 1824. Pastor, Turner, Me., 1845-50; Agent Am. 

Baptist Miss. Union, 1850-52; Pastor, Eastport, 1852-55; Rockland, 

1855-59; Auburn, 1860-63; Camden, 1864-69; Alton, III, 1869-72; 

Leavenworth, Kan., 1872-73; Bangor, Me., 1873-76; Dexter, 1877-78; 

No. Vassalboro, 1878-80; Hallowell, 1880-81; Repr. Me. Legisl., 1880; 

Member Bd. Trustees, 1856-87; died, Burlington, Wis., April 25, 1894, 

aged 69. 
*LUCIUS CHICKERING, A.B., A.M., 1848. Born, Lunenburg, Vt, 

Oct. 16, 1815. Pastor, Thetford, Vt., 1846-51; Weston, 1851-54; 

Farmer and Missionary, Lunenburg, 1854-69; Agent Am. Tract Soc, 

1869-70; Pastor, Weston, 1870-72; died, Weston, Vt., Sept. 18, 1872, 

aged 56. 
*HENRY VAUGHAN DEXTER, A.B., A. M., 1845; D.D., 1870. Born, 

Wayne, Me., Apr. 3, 1815. Newton Theol. Inst., 1845; Pastor, Calais, 

Me., 1845-54; Augusta, 1854-60; Calais, 1860-69; Kennebunkport, 

1869-71; Baldwinville, Mass., 1871-75; Member Bd. Trustees, 1863- 

1882; died, Baldwinville, Mass., July 23, 1884, aged 69, Author of 

The Unerring Guide (1877) ; The Bible Reader (1877). 
*THOMAS FRYE, A.B., M.D., Univ. N. Y., 1845. Born, Vinalhaven, 

Me., Sept. 13, 1813. Missionai-y and Physician, Am. Bapt. Miss. 

Union, to Cherokee Mission, 1845-46; Physician, Louisville, Ky., 1846- 

47; Rockland, Me., 1847-74; died, Rockland, Me., Nov. 20, 1875, 

aged 61. 
*SAMUEL STANLEY FULLERTON, A.B. Born, Wolfsboro, N. H., 

Sept. 14, 1811. Teacher, Wilmington, Mass., 1842; died, Dracut, 

Mass., April 19, 1843, aged 31. 
*MOSES HANSCOM, A.B. Born, Farmington, Me., July 19, 1824. 

Teacher, Raleigh, N. C, 1843; Merchant, Lowell, Mass., 1845-50; 

Miner and Photo. Artist, Marysville, Cal., 1852-63; died, Marysville, 

Cal., April 20, 1863, aged 38. 
*JAMES HOBBS HANSON, A.B., A. M., 1845; LL.D., 1872. Born, 

China, Me., June 26, 1816. Prin. Waterville Acad., Me., 1843-54; 

Eastport High Sch., 1854-57; Boys' High Sch., Portland, 1857-63; 

Private Sch., 1863-65; Member Bd. Trustees, 1862-94; Prin. Coburn 
Classical Institute, 1865-94; died, Waterville, Me., April 21, 1894, 

aged 77. Author of Preparatory Latin Prose Book, including Caesar's 
Commentaries on the Gallic War, Sallust's Catiline, and Cicero's 

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Select Orations and Letters (1861). Joint Editor of H(md Book of 
Latin Poetry, including Selections from Ovid, Virgil and Horace 
(1865). 

*HENRY McCLELLAN, A.B. Born, Bloomfield, Me., Feb. 17, 1820. 
Law Student, 1842-44; Leather Merchant, New York from 1844; died, 
Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 19, 1879, aged 59. 

*ALFRED MORSE, A. B. Born, Bath, Me., June 23, 1812. Bangor 
Theol. Sem., 1846; ordained, 1847; Missionary, Lubec and Whiting, 
Me., 1847-48; Pembroke, 1849-50; Dixfield, 1850-52; Acting Pastor, 
Cong'l Ch., Maumee City, O., 1852-54; Missionary, Henry, 111., 1854- 
58; Knoxville and Abingdon, 1858-62; Roseville, 1862-64; Austin, 
Minn., 1864-68; Nevada and Rose Creek, 1868-79; died, Austin, Minn., 
Oct. 7, 1894, aged 82. 

*VOLNEY AUGUSTINE SPRAGUE, A.B., A. M., 1846. Born, Dexter, 
Me., Jan. 28, 1817. Teacher in the South, 1842-47; Lawyer, Corinna, 
1848-71; Dexter, Me., 1871-98; died, Joliet, 111., Dec. 27, 1908, aged 91. 

10— *10 
CLASS OF 1843 

*AMOS FLETCHER BAKER, A.B., 1846; A.M., 1849. Born, Harmony, 
Me., 1812. Farmer, Madison, Ind. ; died, Madison, Ind., June 6, 1902, 
aged 90. 

*ZACHARIAH BOODY CAVERLY, A.B. Born, Strafford, N. H., March 
18, 1822. Lawyer, Lowell, Mass., 1847-5.3; Sec. U. S. Legation, Lima, 
Peru, 1853-60; Lawyer, Washington, D. C, 1860-62; died, Beaufort, S. 
C, May 24, 1862, aged 40. 

*LYMAN CHASE, A.B., 1869; M. D., Dartmouth, 1846. Born, Bridgton, 
March 27, 1821. Physician, Turner, Me., 1846-48; ordained, 1848; 
Pastor, Freeport, 1848-50; Bluehill, 1850-55; Warren, 1855-57; Pitts- 
field, N. H., 1857-59; Lake Village, 1860-65; Kennebunkport, Me., 
1865-67; Hightstown, N. J., 1867-69; Teacher, Nat. Sci., Peddie Inst., 
1869-70; Pastor, Methuen, Mass., 1871-76; San Francisco, Cal., 1876- 
78; Kennebunkport, Me., 1878-85; died. Wells, Me., Nov. 25, 1894, 
aged 73. 

*JOHN BARTON FOSTER, A.B., A.M., 1864; LL.D., 1876. Born, Bos. 
ton, Mass., Jan. 8, 1822. Prin. China Acad., 1844-45; Prin. Lexington 
Acad., Mass., 1845-46; Newton Theol. Inst., 1850; Editor Zion's 
Advocate, 1850-58; Member Bd. Trustees, 1856-59; Prof. Greek and 
Latin, 1858-72; Prof. Greek Lang, and Lit., Colby University, 1872- 
93; Emeritus, 1893-97; died, Waterville, Me., Aug. 19, 1897, aged 75. 

*MOSES LYFORD, A.B., A.M., 1848; LL.D., 1874. Born, Mt. Vernon. 
Me., Jan. 31, 1816. Prin. Kennebunk Acad., Me., 1843-46; Townshend, 
Acad., Vt., 1846-50; Boys' High School, Portland, Me., 1850-56; Prof. 
Math, and Nat. Phil., 1856-72; Prof. Nat. Phil., and Astronomy, 
Colby University, 1872-84; Member Bd. Trustees, 1885-87; died, Port- 
land, Me., Aug. 4, 1889, aged 71. 

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*JAMES WEYMOUTH MERRILL, A.B., A.M., 1849. Born, Harmony, 
Me., April 24, 1818. Teacher, Jackson, Miss., 1845-46; Lawyer, 
Athens, Me., 1850-66; Deputy U. S. Marshall, 1850; Repr. Me., Legis., 
1857; Clerk of Courts, 1859-63; Qrnir. 28th Me. Vols., 1863; Charles 
City, Iowa, 1866-74; County Supt. Sch., 1870-73; Lawyer, Real Estate 
and Ins. Agent, Rockford, Iowa, 1874-96; died, Los Angeles, Calif., 
March, 1911, aged 92. 

*BENJAMIN WHITE NORRIS, A.B. Born, Monmouth, Me., Jan. 22, 

1819. Merchant, Skowhegan, Me., 1846-51; Oilcloth Mfr., 1852-64; 
State Land Agent, 1860-63; Agent Freedman's Bureau, Montgomery, 
Ala., 1865-66; Member 40th U. S., Congress, 1867-69; died, Mont- 
gomery, Ala., Jan. 26, 1873, aged 54. 

*SAMUEL PHILBRICK, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me., March 6, 1823. 
Died, Waterville, Me., Aug. 16, 1844, aged 21. 

*CHARLES THOiMAS TRAFTON, A.B., M.D., Jefferson, 1846. Born, 
So. Berwick, Me., March 9, 1822. Physician, Boston, Mass., 1846-50; 
from 1850, So. Berwick, Me.; died. So. Berwick, Me., Aug. 25, 1888, 
aged 66. 

*JABEZ MATHEWS WATERS, A.B., 1868. Born, Waterville, Me., 
Sept. 10, 1821. Firm of Waters & Barrett, Mfrs. of chairs, etc., 
Cincinnati, 0.; died, Cincinnati, April 7, 1890, aged 68. 

*CHARLES RENDOL WHIDDEN, A.B., A.M., 1859. Born, St. George, 
N. B., May 22, 1822. Lawyer, Calais, Me., 1848-76, and Mayor, 1864- 
66; County Atty. 12 years; Repr. Me. Legis., 1868, 1869; Collector of 
Customs, 1869-73; Memb. Boundary Com.; Memb. Bd. of Trustees, 
1869-76; died, Calais, Me., Dec. 3, 1876, aged 54. 

*ALBERT BOWMAN WIGGIN, A.B., A.M. Born, Vassalboro, Me., 
Jan. 10, 1820. Asst. High Sch., Augusta, Me., one year; Bath, two 
years; Prin. High Sch., and Academies, 40 years; died, 1911. 

*JAMES HARVEY WITHINGTON, A.B., A.M., 1846. Born, Peru, 
Me., June 5, 1813. Prin. Anson Acad., Me., 1843-46; Hallowell Acad., 
1846-54; Germantown Acad., Germantown, Pa., 1854-64; Dealer in 
stocks and bonds, and director of street railways, 1864-67; Prin. 
Stevensdale Inst., So. Amboy, N. J., 1869-77; died, So. Amboy, N. J., 
June 3, 1877, aged 64. 

13— *13 
CLASS OF 1844 

*WILLIAM MARTIN BICKNELL, A.B. Born, Newport, Me., Jan. 24, 

1820. Prin. Anson Acad., Me., 1844-47; Prin. Acad., Plymouth, N. C, 
1847-50; Harvard Divinity Sch., 1853; Pastor, Unit. Soc, Pembroke, 
Mass., 1857-61; Teacher, Milton, Mass., 1861-63; Prin. Acad., Bridge- 
water, 1864; Pastor, Rowe, 1867-85; died. Maiden, Mass., Aug. 28, 
1895, aged 75. 

*CHARLES COBURN, A.B. Born, Bloomfield, iMe., March 5, 1822. 
Died, Skowhegan, Me., Oct. 30, 1844, aged 22. 

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*WILLIAM CORTHELL, A.B. Born, Camden, Me., July 19, 1817. 
Teacher, Jefferson, 1844-45; Silver Run, Ga., 1846-47; Sweet Water, 
1848-50; Editor Lincoln Miscellamj, Tliomaston, Me., 1850-54; Pastor, 
So. Waldoboro, Me., 1857-60; Hartland, 1860-63; Montville, 1865-66; 
No. Sedgwick, 1867-71; Eden, 1871-77; died, Eden, Me., Nov. 29, 1879, 
aged 62. 

*JOHN REED GREENOUGH, A.B. Born, Clinton, Me., July 21, 1824. 
Bangor Theol. Sem., 1847; Pastor, Oldtown, Me., 1847-48; Asst. Clerk 
Court.s, Bangor, 1848-52; died, Bangor, July 10, 1853, aged 28. 

*SIDNEY KEITH, A.B., A.M., 1847. Born, Winslow, Me., March 2, 
1818. Teacher, Brandon Acad., Vt, 1845-47; High Sch., Chelsea, 
Mass.; Lawyer, Castleton, Vt., 1850-52; Rochester, Ind , from 1852; 
Judge 41st Judicial Circuit, Ind., 1876-82; died, Rochester, Ind., April 
24, 1904, aged 86. 

^ALBERT WINSLOW PAINE, A.B., A.M., 1851. Born, Unity, Me., 
Dec. 24, 1824. Teacher, Belfast, Me., 1844-48; Milwaukee, Wis., 1848- 
50; Lawyer, Fond du Lac, 1850-61; Dist. Atty., 1856-58; 1st Wis. 
Vols., 1861; Clerk U. S. Treasurer's Office, Washington, D. C, 37 
years; died, Bangor, Me., Dec. 29, 1903, aged 79. 

*SAMSON POWERS, A.B., A.M., 1847. Born, Waterville, Me., Oct. 28, 
1815. Newton Theol. Inst., 1844-46; Pastor, Winthrop, Me., 1849-54; 
Mt. Vernon, 1857-65; Alfred, 1865-67; Acton, 1867-70; Litchfield, 
1870-75; Monmouth, 1876-82; died, Lowell, Mass., Jan. 1, 1899, aged 83. 

*LORENZO DOW ROYCE, A.B., A.M., 1847. Born, Sharon, Vt, Oct. 
5, 1820. Newton TheoL Inst, 1847; Pastor, Thomaston, 1848-50; 
died, Maiden, Mass., Sept. 3, 1850, aged 29. 

*GEORGE WOODBRIDGE STICKNEY, A.B. Born, Clinton, Me., 
March 20, 1826. Newton Theol. Inst., 1844-46; Pastor, Camden, Me., 
1848; died, Waterville, Me., Oct. 15, 1850, aged 24. 

*JOHN BOWEN WHEELWRIGHT, A.B., 1853. Born, Wells, Me., 
Dec. 13, 1820. 'Bangor Theol. Sem., 1844-46; Pastor, Cong. Ch., 
Whitneyville, Me., 1846-49; Weld, 1849-54; Westbrook, 1854-59; 
Bethel, 1859-67; South Paris, 1867-76; Woodfords, Me., 1876-92; died, 
Minneapolis, Minn., Dec. 27, 1900, aged 80. 

*EDGAR WHIDDEN, A.B. Born, St. George, N. B., April 30, 1825. 
Newton Theol. Inst, 1845-47; Teacher, Calais, Me., 1848-53; Post- 
master, 1853-61; in business, 1862-74; Judge Municipal Court, 1879- 
80; U. S. Consul at St. Stephen, N. B., 1893-97; died, Worcester, 
Mass., Feb. 1, 1904, aged 78. 

♦NATHANIEL MILTON WOOD, A.B., A.M., 1847; D.D., 1867. Born. 
Camden, Me., May 24, 1822. Private Tutor, Columbus, Miss., 1845-46 ; 
Western Theol. Inst., Covington, Ky., 1846-47; Pastor, Skowhegan. 
Me., 1848-52; Waterville, 1852-60; Lewiston, 1860-66; Thomaston, 
1866-68; Upper Alton, 111., 1868-72; Member Bd. Trustees, 1862-69; 
Trustee Shurtleff Coll., 1868-74; Prof. Systematic Theol., Shurtleff 

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Coll., 1872-74; died, Camden, Me., Aug. 2, 1876, aged 54. A volume of 
his Sermons, edited by N. Butler, D.D., was published in 1877. 

12— *12 

CLASS OF 1845 

*THEOPHILUS CAPEN ABBOT, A.B., A.M., 1848; LL.D , Univ. Mich., 
1871. Born, Vassalboro, Me., April 29, 1826. Teacher, Townshend, 
Vt., 1845-46; Augusta, Me., 1847; Thomaston, 1848; Bath, 1849; 
Portland, 1849-50; Houlton, 1851; Instructor, Waterville Coll., 1852- 
53; Teacher, Berrien, Mich., 1855; Ann Arbor; 1856-57; ordained to 
ministry in Cong. Ch., 1867; Prof. Eng. Lit., 1858-63; President, Uni- 
versity of Mich., 1863-85, and from 1885, Prof. Mental Phil, and Logic, 
Mich. State Agric. Coll.; died, Lansing, Mich., Oct. 31, 1892, aged 66. 

*JAMES WINCHELL CAPEN, A.B., A.M., 1855. Born, Boston, Mass., 
Nov. 7, 1822. Newton Theol. Inst., 1849; ord., 1849; Pastor, Sacra- 
mento, Cal., 1850-52; Episc. Missionary in N. Y., Cal., and Fla., 1853- 
67; from 1869, Rector Grace Church, Whitney's Point, N. Y., died, 
Whitney's Point, N. Y., Dec. 27, 1886, aged 64. 

*CHARLES GREEN HANSCOM, A.B. Born, China, Me., May 13, 
1824. Lawyer, Potosi and Oshkosh, Wis., 1847-50; La Crosse, 1851- 
63; Member Territorial Legisl., Colorado, 1863; shot by Indians, 
July 14, 1864, aged 40. 

i'HOBBS HATCH. Born, Wells, Me., Dec. 25, 1819. Prin. Elliot Acad., 
Me.; died, Wells, Me., Dec. 2, 1845, aged 25. 

''AUGUSTUS PULLEN, A.B. Born, Augusta, Me., Aug. 9, 1824. Prin. 
Newport Acad., Me., 1845-46; Prin. Acad., Williamston, N. C, 1846- 
47; Newton Theol. Inst., 1847-48; Teacher, Newport and Union, Me., 
1848-49; Missionary, Union and Frankfort, 1849-50; died, Oldtown, 
Me., Aug. 31, 1850, aged 26. 

*SAMUEL KING SMITH, A.B., A.M., 1848; D.D., 1871. Born, Litch- 
field, Me., Oct. 17, 1817. Tutor, 1846-47; Newton TheoL Inst., 1847- 
48; Editor Zion's Advocate, 1848-50; Prof. Rhetoric, Colby University, 
1850-92; Librarian, 1851-73; ordained, 1871; Emeritus Prof., 1892; 
died, Waterville, Me., Aug. 20, 1904, aged 86. 

'^JONATHAN VAN WAGENEN, A.B. Born, New Paltz, N. Y., March 
4, 1828. Instr., Vt. Lit., and Sci. Inst., Brandon, Vt., 1845-46; Teach- 
er, Macon and Columbus, Miss.; Telegraph operator. Cape Girardeau, 
111., and Smithland, Ky.; died, Smithland, Ky., March 4, 1852, aged 24. 

7—* 7 

CLASS OF 1846 

"HUGH DEMPSEY, A.B., A.M., 1849. Born, Londonderry, Ireland, 
Aug., 1816. Newton TheoL Inst., 1849; Colporteur in Maine, 1849-52; 
Pastor, Jay, 1853-59; died, Fairfield, Me., May 11, 1859, aged 42. 



1846 Colby College 

*JOSIAH HAYDEN DRUMMOND, A.B., A.M., 1849; LL.D., 1871. 
Born, Winslow, Me., Aug. 30, 1827. Piin. China Acad., Me., 1846-48; 
Vassalboio Acad., 1848-49; adni. to the Bar, 1850; Lawyer, Water- 
ville, 1851-60; Repr. Me. Legisl., 1857, 1858, 1869; Speaker Me. House 
Repr., 1858, 1869; Member Me. Senate, 1860; Attorney Gen. of Me., 
1860-64; Member Bd. Trustees from 1857; Member :Me. Hist. Soc, 
1878; from 1860, Lawyer, Portland, Me.; died, Portland, Me., Oct. 
25, 1902, aged 75. Author of Maine Masonic Text Book (1877); 
Hixtory of Portland Lodge (1881), and other Ma.sonic and Genea- 
logical Writings. 

*THOMAS WEBSTER HERRICK, A.B. Born, Harmony, Me., July 
20, 1816. Prin. Waterville Liberal Inst., .Ale., 1846-47; adm. to the 
Bar; Hardware dealer, Waterville, 1852-72; died, Eggleton, Va., May 
7, 1872, aged 55. 

*GEORGE ROGERS STARKEY, A.B., A.M., 1865; M.D. Born, Vassal- 
boro. Me., Jan. 2, 182.3. Prof. Anat. and Surg., Hahnemann Med. Coll., 
1859-64; Physician, to 1890; of firm, Starkey & Palen; died, Philadel- 
phia, Pa., June 18, 1896, aged 73. 

*GREENLEAF AUGUSTUS WILBUR, A.B., A.M., 1849; M. D., Jeffer- 
son Med. Coll., 1850. Born, Sidney, Me., Aug. 4, 1820. Prin. Union 
Acad., Kennebunk, Me., 1846; Surgeon 11th Me. Vols., 1S62; Surgeon, 
Provost Mar. Bd., 3d Dist. Me., 1863-65; U. S. Examining Surg., 
1877-80; died, Skowhegan, Me., July 19, 1893, aged 72. 

5— *5 

CLASS OF 1847 

*JOHN SMULLEN BAKER, A.B. Born, Lisbon, Me., Jan. 16, 1822. 
U. S. Provost Marshal, 2d Dist. Me.; Member Executive Council, 1867; 
Lawyer, Bath ; died, Bath, Me., April 27, 1882, aged 60. 

*STEPHEN LONGFELLOW BOWLER, A.B., A.M., 1850. Born, 
Palermo, Me., July 25, 1820. Med. Dept., Harvard, 1849-50; Bangor 
Theol. Sem., 1850-52; Pastor, Cong. Ch., Machias, 1852-54; Orono, 
1854-62; Agent Christian Com., 1863-65; Pastor, Hampden, 1865-71; 
Sacearappa, 1871-74; Machias, 1874-79; Bethel, 1879-85; Berlin, N. 
H., 1886-90; Robbinston, Me., 1890-91; res., Orono, Me., 1891-94; 
Bangor, 1894-1914; Asst. pastor, Hammond St. Ch., Bangor, 13 years; 
Financial agent, Bangor Theol. Sem.; died, Bangor, Me., Nov. 1, 1914, 
aged 94. 

*ELKANAH ANDREWS CUMMINGS, A.B., A.M., 1850. Born, Park- 
man, Maine, Jan. 31, 1820. Newton Theol. Inst., 1850; Pastor, 
Amherst, Mass., 1850-53; Agent Am. Bapt. Miss. Union, 1853-55; 
Financial Sec. Fern. Coll., Worcester, 1855-64; Publisher, Boston, 
1864-68; Postmaster, Maplewood, 1868-77; Minister to Mission Ch., 
1875-80; Agt. Home for Friendless and Fallen, 1884-87; died. Maple- 
wood, Mass., June 11, 1888, aged 68. 

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^HIRAM CUSHMAN ESTES, A.M., 1850; D.D., 1872. Born, Bethel, 
Me., July 27, 1823. Harvard Divinity Sch., 1847-48; Pastor, Auburn, 
1850-52; Agt. Amj Bapt. Miss. Union, 1853-55; Pastor, East Trenton 
(now Lamoine), 1855-60; Leicester, Mass., 1860-62; Jericho, Vt, 1862- 
72; Paris, Me., 1872-83; Winchendon, Mass., 1883-86; Leicester, Mass. 
(Rochdale, P. O.), 1886-1894; Newton Junction, N. H., 1894-97; Repr. 
Me. Les'isl., 1859; Author, The Christian Doctrine of the Soul, (1873) ; 
Died, Newton Junction, N. H., Feb. 4, 1901, aged 77. 

"GEORGE GREENWOOD FAIRBANKS, A.B., A.M., 1850; D.D., 1883. 
Born Winthrop, Me., April 14, 1824. Prin. Hebron Acad., Me., 1847- 
48; Newton Theol. Inst., 1851; Pastor, Medfleld, Mass., 1851-55; 
Somerville, 1855-66; So. Dedham, 1866-69; Pres. Bd. Trustees, Peirce 
Acad., 1869-81; Middleboro, Mass., 1869-87; died, Middleboro, Mass., 
Jan. 4, 1887, aged 62. 

i'SETH SWEETSER FAIRFIELD, A.B., 1883. Died, Granada, Miss., 
Aug. 30, 1892. 

"ALEXANDER GAMBLE, A.B. Prin. Acad., E. Corinth, Me., 1847-48; 
Mining, Calif., 1848-49; Merchant, 1850-59; Mining, Nevada; Lawyer, 
San Francisco, Calif.; died, San Francisco, Calif., Feb. 3, 1900. 

"CHARLES EDWARD HAMLIN, A.B., A.M., 1850; LL.D., Univ. Lewis- 
burg, 1873. Born, Augusta, Me., Feb. 4, 1825. Prin. Vt. Lit. and Sci. 
Inst., Brandon, Vt., 1847-48; Prin. High Sch., Bath, Me., 1848-49; 
Assoc. Prin. Conn. Lit. Inst., Suffield, Conn., 1849-53; Merrill Prof. 
Chem. and Nat. Hist., Colby University, 1853-73; Fellow Am. Acad., 
1876; Memb. Bd. Trustees, 1880-86; from 1873, Curator of Con- 
chology and Palseontology, Museum Comp. Zool., and Instr. in Geogr. 
and Geol., Harvard Univ., 1875-77; died, Cambridge, Mass., Jan. 3, 
1886, aged 60. Author of Obituary Record of Graduates 1822-70, 
and Supplements 1-3, (1870-84) ; Observations of the Physical Geogra- 
phy and Geology of Mt. Ktaadn. (1881) ; Syrian Molluscan Fossils, 
(1884). 

"WALTER MACOMBER HATCH, A.B. Born, New Gloucester, Me., 
Sept. 10, 1821. Civil Engr., 1847-48; Publisher's Agent, 1849-51; 
Prin. Young Ladies' Sem., Atlanta, Ga., 1853-57; Member 111. Bd. of 
Education, 1863-69; Trustee Univ. of Chicago, 1864-70; Lawyer, 
Bloomington, 111., 1857-87; died, Colorado Springs, Colo., May 13, 
1895, aged 73. 

"ABNER OAKES, A.B., 1850. Born, Sangerville, Me., April 13, 1820. 
Clerk to Sec. of State, 1847-48; Asst. State Libn., 1849-50; Ballston 
Spa Law Sch., 1850-51; from 1851, Lawyer; died, So. Berwick, Me., 
Sept 2, 1899, aged 79. 

"TIMOTHY OTIS PAINE, A.B., LL.D., 1875. Born, Winslow, Me., Oct. 
13, 1824. Semitic Prof, in Theol. Sch. of Gen. Conv., New Jerusalem 
Ch., Boston, Mass.; Member Am. Oriental Soc, 1874; Harvard Biblical 
Club, 1880; from 1856, Pastor New Jerusalem Ch., Elmwood, Mass.; 

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died, Boston, Mass., Dec. 6, 1895, aged 71. Author of Solomon's 
Temple (1861); The Holy Houses (1886). 

*GILBERT LAFAYETTE PALMER, A.B. Born, Athens, Me., Feb. 25, 
1825. Lawyer, Athens, Me., 1849-58; Postmaster, 1852-55; died, 
Athens, Me., March 14, 1858, aged 3.3. 

*JAMES MONROE PALMER, A.B., A.M., 1850. Born, Exeter, Me. Oct. 
5, 1822. Prin. Waterville Liberal Inst., Me., 1847-48; Prin. Select Sch., 
Bangor, 1848-50; Bangor Theol. Sem., 1853; ordained, 1854; Ch. 
Supply, Fairfield, 1853-54; Topsham, 1854-55; New Market, N. H., 
1855-58; Pastor, Cong. Ch., Rochester, N. H., 1858-64; Biddeford, 
1864-67; Insurance Agent, Portland, 1867-75; Publisher's Agent, 
Boston, Mass., 1875-76; Sec. and Treas. Gas Economizing Co., 1877-80; 
died, Kenosha, Wis., May 23, 1897, aged 74. 

*WILLIAM SANFORD, A.B. Born, No. Kingston, R. I., April 11, 1823. 
Lawyer, Providence, R. I.; Repr., Gen. Assembly, R. I.; Judge, Court 
of Magistrates; died. Providence, R. I., Oct. 17, 1878, aged 55. 

*THOMAS MILTON SYMONDS, A.B., A.M., 1850. Born, Reading, 
Mass., March 18, 1821. Newton Theol Inst., 1850; ordained, 1850; 
Teacher and Minister, Rock, Mass., 1850-51; Pastor, Green Bay, Wis., 
1851-52; died. Green Bay, Wis., July 4, 1852, aged 31. 

*AUGUSTUS EBENEZER TRAFTON, A.B. Born, So. Berwick, Oct. 
24, 1827. Druggist, Great Falls, N. H., 1847-52; died. So. Berwick, 
Me., July 20, 1852, aged 24. 

*DAVID SAWYER TRUE, A.B., A.M., 1850. Born, Monmouth, Me., 
Nov. 3, 1823. Prin. Charleston Acad., Me., 1847-48; East Corinth 
Acad., 1848-51; Lawyer, Davenport, Iowa, from 1852; died, Davenport, 
Iowa, April 23, 1873, aged 49. 

*HENRY RIPLEY WILBUR, A.B., A.M., 1850. Born, Boston, Mass., 
April 5, 1825. Newton Theol. Inst, 1851; Pastor, Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, 
1853-57; Galena, 111., 1859-64; Peoria, 1865-66; Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 
1866-67; Sheldonville, Mass., 1868-71; Andover, 1872-76; died, Ando- 
ver, Mass., May 29, 1898, aged 73. 

18— *18 

CLASS OF 1848 

*JUNIUS ARTEMAS BARTLETT, A.B. Born, Harmony, Me., Oct. 7, 
1833. Tutor, 1850; Pastor Presb. Ch., Newburyport, Mass., 1877-78; 
Congl. Ch., Reedsburg, Wis., 1879-80; Whitehall, Mich., 1880-81; Pres. 
Ch., Knightstown, Ind., 1882-83; Audubon, la., 1884-85; from 1886, 
Centerville, Iowa, Saline, Mich., etc.; died, Frankfort, Ind., May 15, 
1900, aged 66. 

*JOHN CHESTER HYDE, A.B., A.M., Lewisburg, 1864. Born. Bruns- 
wick, Vt., March. 2, 1821. Prin. Acad., Bucks Co., Pa., 1848-51; 
Rochester Theol. Sem., 1854-56; ordained, 1852; Pastor, Point Pleas- 
ant, Pa., 1851-54; Henrietta, N. Y., 1854-56; Hastings, Minn., 1856-59; 

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St. Anthony, 1859-61; Camden, N. J., 1861-64; Cape Island, 1865-67; 
Financial Sec, Peddle Inst., Hightstown, 1864-66, 1868-70; Pastor. 
Cape May City, 1866-68; Bristol, Pa., 1871-74; died, Bristol, Pa., May 
6, 1884, aged 63. 

* JACOB SMITH MARSHALL, A.B. Born, China, Me., May 26, 1828. 
Merchant and Postmaster; died, China, Me., Aug. 21, 1860, aged 32. 

*JOSEPH HARRIDEN SEAVER, A.B. Born, Salem, Mass., 1820. 
Newton Theol. Inst., 1851; ordained, 1852; S. S. Missionary, Boston, 
1853-55; Pastor, Marshfield, Mass., 1855-56; Brewster, 1857-58; 
Georgetown, 1858-62; Barnstable, 1863-65; Marshfield, 1868-69; Lee, 
Mass., 1870-71; City Missionary, Salem, 1872-73; Pastor, So. Yar- 
mouth, 1875-77; Merrimacport, 1878-82; Cummington, 1882-83; 
Charlemont, 1885-86; died, Salem, Mass., Sept. 9, 1896, aged 76. 

*WILLIAM NELSON TITUS, A.B. Born, Monmouth, Me., Oct. 27, 
1823. Adm. to the bar, 1851; Lawyer, Alna, 1852-54; died, Monmouth, 
Me., July 20, 1854, aged 30. 

*ELLIOT WALKER, A.B., A.M., 1851. Born, Brookline, Vt., Feb. 25, 
1822. Lawyer; Me. House Repr., 1866, 1872; Judge of Probate, 1880- 
84; died, Newport, Me., Dec. 4, 1902, aged 80. 

6—* 6 
CLASS OF 1849 

*THOMAS FLINT BARTON, A.B., M.D., Jefferson Med. Coll., 1852. 

Born, Sidney, Me., Dec. 15, 1825. Physician, Jefferson, Me., 1862-65; 

Oldtown, 1865-67; died, Oldtown, Me., Feb. 7, 1867, aged 41. 

*SOLOMON EVERETT BIXBY, A.B. Pastor, Cong. Ch., Holland, Mass. 

*AUGUSTUS REUBEN BRAINERD. Gold and Silver mining, Austra- 
lia. 

*MARK ANDREWS CUMMINGS, A.B. Born, Parkman, Me., Jan. 22, 
1815. Newton Theol. Inst., 1849-50; Prin. No. Bennington Acad., Vt., 
1852-54; Black River Acad., Ludlow, 1854-55; Prof. Math, and Nat. 
Sci., New Hampton Lit. and Theol. Inst., Fairfax, 1855-60; Pastor, 
No. Fairfax, 1857-61; Prin. Boys' Boarding Sch., and Hill's Acad., 
Essex, Conn., 1861-70; supply, No. Lyme, 1870; died, Maplewood, 
Mass., Jan. 9, 1892, aged 77. 

*STEPHEN ROLLINS DENNEN, A.B., D.D., Iowa Coll., 1874. Born, 
Poland, Me., Nov. 6, 1826. Bangor Theol. Sem., 1852. Resident 
Licentiate, Andover Theol. Sem., 1853; Acting pastoi, Watertown, 
Mass., 1855-62; Providence, R. I., 1865-68; Woburn, Mass., 1868-71; 
Lynn, Mass., 1872-74; Pastor, Cong. Ch., New Haven, Conn., 1874-83; 
died. Long Beach, Cal., Jan. 18, 1898, aged 71. 

*HENRY SMITH DOWNS, A.B. Born, Alfred, Me., Feb. 18, 1822.' 
Bangor Theol. Sem., 1852; Pastor Cong. Ch., Norridgewock, 1852-58; 
died. Auburn, Me. Nov. 25, 1860, aged 38. 

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*MARK HILL DUNNELL, A.B., A.M., 1852; LL.D., 1899, and Shurtleff, 
1868. Born, Buxton, Me., July 2, 1823. Prin. Norway Acad, and 
Hebron Acad., Me., 1849-54; Repr. Me. Legisl., 1854; Member Me. 
Senate, 1855; State Supt. Schools, 1855, 1857-60; Lawyer, Portland, 
1860; Col. 5th Me. Vols., 1861; U. S. Consul, Vera Cruz, Max., 1862; 
Hon. Memb. Soc. Geog. and Statistics, Mexico; Repr. Minn. Legisl., 
1867; Trustee Colby Univ., 1858-67; State Supt. Pub. Instr., Minn., 
1867-70; Member 42d to 47th and 51st U. S. Cong., 1871-91; died, 
Owatonna, Minn., Aug. 8, 1904, aged 81. 

♦WILLIAM SHAW GREENE, A.B., A.M., 1852. Born, No. Kingston, 
R. I., Sept. 29, 1822. Prin. Ea. Corinth Acad., Me., 1849-53; Judson 
Fem. Sem., Marion, Ala., 1853-54; Worcester Acad., Mass., 1854-58; 
Lawyer, Springfield, from 1862; died, Springfield, Mass., June 21, 
1878, aged 55. 

*HADLEY PROCTOR HANSON, A.B. Teacher, Milford, Mass., 1849- 
50; Book-keeper, Boston, 1852-66; Treas. So. Boston R. R. Co., 1866- 
77; from 1877, Insurance and Real Estate Agent, Boston, Mass. 

*WILLIAM HOIT HUMPHREY, A.B. Born, No. Yarmouth, Me., Dec. 
2, 1823. Newton Theol. Inst., 1850-52; Pastor, Richmond, Me., 1854- 
58; Halifax, N. S., 1858-62; Supt. Schools and Prin. High Sch., Min- 
neapolis, Minn., 1862-63; from 1863, Pastor, Hastings; died, Hastings, 
Minn., Dec. 6, 1865, aged 42. 

*EDWARD CUSHING MITCHELL, A.B., A.M., 1863; D.D., 1870. Born, 
East Bridgewater, Mass., Sept. 20, 1829. Newton Theol. Inst., 1853, 
and Re.sident Graduate, 1854; Pastor, Calais, Me., 1854-56; Brockport, 
N. Y., 1857-58; Rockford, 111., 1858-63; Prof. Biblical Lit. and Interp., 
Theol. Dept. Shurtleff Coll., 1863-70; Prof. Hebrew and Old Testa- 
ment Lit., Bapt. Union Theol. Sem., Chicago, 111., 1870-76; Instr. 
Hebrew, Regent's Park College, London, Eng., 1876-77; President 
Baptist Theological School, Paris, France, 1878-82; President pro tern. 
Roger Williams University, Nashville, Tenn., 1884-85; Editor The 
Present Age, Chicago, 1883-84; Lowell Institute Lecturer for 1884, 
upon "Biblical Science and Modern Discovery"; Lecturer, Hebrew 
School, Morgan Park, 111., Worcester, Mass., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1884- 
85; President, Leland Univer.sity, New Orleans, 1887-1900; died. New 
Orleans, La., Feb. 27, 1900, aged 70. Author of A Critical Handbook 
— a Guide to the Authenticity, Canon, and Text of the Neiv Testament, 
(1881); Les Sources du Nouveau Testament— Recherches sur I'au- 
theniicite, le canon, et le texte du Nouveau Testament, Paris (1882) ; 
Hebrew Introduction, An Elementari/ Hebrew Grammar and Reading 
Book (1883). Edited and enlarged Davies' Hebrew Lexicon, (1880) ; 
revised and re-edited Gesenius' Hebrew Gratnmar (1883). 

*JAMES SULLIVAN NEWELL, A.B., A.M., 1852. Prin. No. Benning- 
ton Acad., Vt., 1849-50; Troy Acad., 1850-53; Essex Sem., Conn., 1853- 
60; firm of J. S. Newell & Co., Mechanical Engrs. and Machinists, 
Boston, Mass.; died, 1898. 

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Graduates — Men 1849 

*ALBION PARRIS OAKES, A.B. Born, Sangerville, Me., Aug. 14, 
1824. Piin. Acad., Waldoboro, Me.; Lawyer, from 1852; died, Waldo- 
boro, Me., June 21, 1859, aged 34. 

*ANDREW CROSWELL PHILLIPS, A.B. Born, Farmington, Me., 
March 24, 1830. Prin. Gram. Sch., Portland, Me., 1850-52; adm. to 
the Bar, 1853; Lawyer, Prairie du Chien., Wis.; Dist. Att'y., three 
years; Lawyer, Phillips, Me.; County Att'y., 1865-68; Ed. Farming- 
ton Chronicle, 1867-68; U. S. Consul, Ft. Erie, .Can., 1868-80; City 
Att'y., Sioux Falls, Dakota; died, Dubuque, Iowa, May 21, 1891, 
aged 61. 

*GEORGE AUGUSTUS PIERCE, A.B., A.M., 1870; M.D., Univ. Penn. 
Born, Providence, R. I., Aug. 12, 1828; died. Providence, R. I., Aug.' 
20, 1885, aged 57. 

*JOHN ROUNDS, A.B. Born, Minot, Me., March 30, 1822. Newton 
Theol. Inst., 1851-53; Pastor, New Gloucester, Me., 1852-60; Freeport, 
1860-65; Alna, 1865-68; Chelmsford, Mass., 1868-72; Holden, 1872- 
74; Northfield, Minn., 1874-79; died, Minneapolis, Minn.,. March 29, 
1888, aged 66. 

*ALBION KEITH PARRIS SMALL, A.B., D.D., 1879. Born, Limington, 
Me., Aug. 26, 1821. Prin. Hebron Acad., Me., 1849-51; Pastor, Buck- 
field, 1851-58; Bangor, 1858-68; Portland, 1868-74; Fall River, Mass., 
1874-83; Memb. Bd. Trustees, 1860-97; Portland, Me., 1883-92; Fair- 
field, 1892-94; Biddeford, 1894-96; retired, Portland, Me.; died, Port- 
land, Me., Aug. 19, 1909, aged 87. 

*GEORGE McLELLAN STAPLES, A.B., A.M., 1852, M.D., Harvard, 
1855. Born, Buxton, Me., April 26, 1827. Prin. Hebron Acad., Me.; 
Gram. Sch., Portland; Physician, Farmington, 1855; from 1856, 
Dubuque, la.; Surg., I4th Iowa Vols., 1861; Surg.-in-chief, Gen. C. F. 
Smith's Div., at Fort Donelson, and of Gen. W. A. L. Wallace's Div. 
at Shiloh, 1862; Med. Director, 6th Div., 16th A. C, 186.3-64; Med. 
Director, Right Wing 16th A. C, 1864; Bvt. Lt. Col. Vols., 1865; U. 
S. Exam. Surg.; Div. Surg., 111. Central R. R.; died, Dubuque, la., 
Sept. 7, 1895, aged 69. 

*MOSES HANSCOM TARBOX, A.B. Born, Kennebunkport, Me., Sept. 
8, 1824. Ordained, 1851; Bangor TheoL Sem., 1855; Pastor, F. W. 
Bapt. Ch., Bangor, Me., 1855-62; Amesbury, Mass., 186-3-65; Cornish, 
Me., 1865-66; Missionary, Penobscot County, 1866-69; Pastor, Dover, 
1869-72; Houlton, 1872-74; Missionary, Lewiston, 1874-78; Burnham, 
1878-80; Pastor, Elk River, Minn., etc.; died, Lewiston, Me., April 14, 
1907, aged 82. 

'VERSAL JESSE WALKER, A.B., A.M., 1852. Born, Brookline, Vt., 
Feb. 22, 1824. Teacher, Saxton's River, Vt., 1849-50; Prin. China 
Acad., Me., 1850-52; Ea. Corinth Acad., 1852-54; Teacher in Cal., 1855- 
59; Prin. High School, Winona, Minn., and Supt. Schools, 1859-69; 
from 1869, Prof. Latin, Univ. of Minnesota; died, Minneapolis, Minn., 
May 18, 1876, aged' 52. 

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*GEORGE BOARDMAN WILLIAMS, A.B., 1885. Born, Beverly, 
Mass., 1819. Pastor, Hampden, Me., 1849-51; Kingston, Mas.s., 1853- 
60; Hampden, Me., 1860-66; Braintree, Mass., 1869-71; Quincy, 1871- 
77; Chaplain, Sailor's Snug Harbor, Quincy, 1873-84; died, Boston, 
Mass., March 4, 1905, aged 86. 

21— *21 

CLASS OF 1850 

*MOSES CLEMENT BLANCHARD, A.B. Born, Whittin^ham, Vt., 
April 15, 1824. Insurance Agent; died, Atlanta, Ga., April 7, 189.3, 
aged 69. 

*JOHN AUGUSTUS BLANCHARD, A.B., A.M., 1853. Born, Newcastle, 
Me., Nov. 25, 1831. Lawyer; died, Oldtown, Me., Sept. 23, 1886, 
aged 54. 

*JOSEPH BLACKWELL, A.B. Born, Norridgewock, Me., Nov. 19, 1826. 
Lawyer, from 1859; died. New Liberty, Ky., Dec. 5, 1895, aged 69. 

*SAMUEL COLE, A.B. Born, Beverly, Mass., Sept. 5, 1824. TheoL 
Sem., Rochester, 1852; Pastor, Belfast, Me., 1853-54; died, Beverly, 
Mass., Nov. 11, 1854, aged 30. 

*CHARLES FAIRMAN, A.B., A.M., 1853; LL.D., Shurtleff, 1873. Born, 
Northfleld, Mass., Aug. 8, 1823. Prin. Litchfield Liberal Inst., Me., 
1850-52; Yates Acad., N. Y., 1853-63; Medina Acad., 186.3-67; Nunda 
Acad., 1867-68; Prof. Math., Shurtleff Coll., 1868-73; Prin. Cook Acad., 
Havana, N. Y., 1873-75; from 1875, Prof. Math, and Nat. Phil., Shurt- 
leff Coll.; died. Upper Alton, 111., Feb. 14, 1895, aged 71. 

EPHRAIM HUNT, A.B., LL.D., 1870. Born, Readfield, Me., Oct. 20, 1829. 
Prin. Monson Acad., Me., 1850-51; High .Sch., Gardiner, 1851-52; 
Instr., Lafayette Coll., Ala., 1852-53; Eng. High Sch., Boston, Mass., 
1854-68; Head Master Girl's High and Normal Sch., Boston, 1868-72; 
Supt. Pub. Schools, Portland, Me., 1875-77; Supt. Public Schools, 
Newton Mass., 1877-81; Medford and Winchester, 1881-91; Author of 
Literature of the English Language (1870) ; Geometry for Grade 
Sehools; Algebra: An Essay, (1914) ; Ad., Canaan, N. H. 

*BENJAMIN LAURISTON KNOWLTON, A.B. Born, Newfane, Vt., 
Sept. 16, 1824. Teacher, Yates Acad., N. Y., 1850-51; Lawyer, from 
1854, Jamaica, Vt.; County Atty., 1856-57; died, Jamaica, Vt., Sept. 
19, 1859, aged 35. 

*GEORGE SHEPHERD LOW, A.B. Born, Vassalboro, Me., 1831. Mas- 
ter Commissioner Circuit Court, Ky., 1862-68; Lawyer; died, Owen- 
ton, Ky., May 7, 1908, aged 78. 

*JAMES HARVEY PARMELEE, A.B. Born, Wilmington, Vt., May 4, 
1823. Prin. No. Conway Acad., N. H., 1851; Rochester Theol. Sem., 
1852-54; Pastor in Ohio, Iowa, Wis., and 111., 1854-69; Pastor, W. 
Wardsboro, Vt; died, De Funiak Springs, Fla., Oct. 22, 1905, aged 82. 
Author of Problems of Theology (1886). 

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Graduates — Men 1851 

*GEORGE MARSHALL ROBINSON, A.B. Born, Buckfield, Me., July 
13, 1S2L Newton Theol. Inst, 1850-52; Pastor, Sidney, Me., 1853-54; 
Searsmont, 1855-56; from 1857, carriage maker, Livermore Falls; 
died, Livermore Falls, Me., April 29, 1873, aged 51. 

*LORENZO AUSTIN SMITH, A.B. Born, Wilming-ton, Vt., Nov. 13, 
1823. Teacher in Ohio, 1850-52; Byhalia, Miss., and West Point, Ark., 
1852-54 ; Teacher and farmer, Searcy, Ark. ; forced into Confed. ser- 
vice, 1864; drowned in White River, Ark., 1864, aged 41. 

11— *10 

CLASS OF 1851 

*THOMAS BARNES BUCK, A.B. Born, Oldtown, Me., Nov. 6, 1826. 

Merchant, Stockton, Cal.; Mayor, 1875-78; died, Stockton, Cal., Oct. 

22, 1901, aged 74. 
*GILBERT HERMAN CARPENTER, A.B. Born, Guilford, Vt., June 

10, 1822. Dealer in Musical Instruments; died, Waterville, Me., Jan. 

1, 1895, aged 72. 
*ALBION BYRON CLARK, A.B. Born, New Sharon, Me., March 24, 

1826. Prin. Shelburne Falls Acad., Mass., 1851-54; Newton Theol. 

Inst., 1854-55; Pastor, Skowhegan, Me., 1855-59; Agent Am. Bapt. 

Pub. Soc, New York, 1859-63; Pastor, Columbia, Cal., 1863; died, 

Skowhegan, Me., Sept. 9, 1865, aged 39. 
*JOHN OBERON COOLIDGE, A.B. Born, Canton, Me., Dec. 22, 1826. 

Prin. Patten Acad., Me., 1851-52; Prin. County School, Woodstock, 

111.; died, Woodstock, 111., Aug. 28, 1852, aged 25. 
*JAMES STANLEY EMERY, A.B. Prin. Vt. Lit. and Sci Inst., 

Brandon, Vt., 1851-52; Member Kan. Legisl., 1863-64; U. S., Dist. 

Attorney, 1864-67; Memb. Bd. Regents, State Univ., 1863, 1874; Pres. 

Bd. Trustees, Ottawa Univ., 1868-78; from 1854, Lawyer; died, Law- 
rence, Kan., 1898. 
'■JOHN GAMBLE, A.B. Teacher, Big Oak Flat, Cal., 1852-78; San 

Francisco, Calif., from 1878; died, San Francisco, Cal., 1897. 
*THOMAS HERSEY GARNSEY, A.B. Born, Bangor, Me., May 26, 

1831. Prin. Talladega Acad., Ala., 1851-53; Lawyer, Bangor, Me., 

1855; Repr. Me. Legisl., 1865-66; New York, 1867-75; Boston, 1875-84; 

died, Boston, Mass., May 20, 1884, aged 53. 
*WILLIAM HASTINGS HODGES, A.B. Born, Fayetteville, Vt., Aug. 

28, 1827. Civil Engineer and Teacher, Lincolnville, Me.; died, Lin- 

colnville, Me., July 23, 1888, aged 60. 
*WILLIAM GODDING LORD, A.B., A.M., 1854, and Dartmouth, 1885. 

Prin. Limington Acad., Me., 1851-56; Teacher, Ware, Mass., 1856-57; 

High Sch., Saccarappa, 1860-64; Prin. Gorham Sem., 1865-67, and 

Village Sch., 1872-75; High Sch., Scarboro, 1876-79; Prin. Limington 

Acad., 1857-60, 1864-65, 1867-72, 1875-76, and from 1879; died, Lim- 
ington, Me., 1898. 

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*BURLEIGH PEASE, A.B., A.M., 1857. Teacher, Public Schools, Ban- 
gor, Me., till 1880; died, Bangor, Me., March 10, 1899. 

*AARON APPLETON PLAISTED, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me., March 
25, 1831. Lawyer, Dubuque, la., 1854-57; Cashier Ticonic Nat. Bank, 
1857-96; died, Waterville, Me., Nov. 27, 1908, aged 77. 

11— *11 

CLASS OF 1852 

*FRANCIS MACOMBER DODGE, A.B. Born, Wenham, Mass., April 
14, 1826. Prin. High Sch., Brattleboro, Vt., 1853-54; Rockingham 
Acad., Hampton Falls, N. H., 1855-56; Mass. House Ren., 1858; Supt. 
Sch., Weymouth, Ma.ss., 1866-69; Winona, Minn., 1871-78; died, Wen- 
ham Depot, Mass., Feb. 28, 1907, aged 80. 

*GEORGE. WASHINGTON DOW, A.B., A.M., 1855, and Brown, 1855. 
Born, Somerville, Me., Jan. 6, 1823. Graduate Student, Brown, 1853- 
54; Prin. High Sch., Lexington, Mass., 1854; Brighton, 1855; Prof. 
Math., Burlington Univ., la., 1857-58; Prin. Ogden Sch., Chicago, 111., 
1859-60; U. S. Recruiting Officer, 1863-64; Ink manufacturer; died, 
Moline, 111., Oct. 6, 1907, aged 84. 

*GEORGE BOARDMAN GOW, A.B., A.M., 1861; D.D., 1881. Born, 
Waterville, >Me., Jan. 11, 1832. Prin. Litchfield Inst., Me., 1853; 
Waterville Acad., 1853-55; Newton Theol. Inst, 1858; Pastor, Ayer, 
Mass., 1858-61; Prin. New London Inst., N. H., 1861-64; Pastor, 
Glouce.ster, Mass., 1864-67; Worcester, 1867-72; Agent, Worcester 
Acad., 1872-74; Pastor, Millbury, 1874-80; Brattleboro, Vt., 1880-83; 
Glens Falls, N. Y., 1883-95; retired; died. Glens Falls, N Y., Jan. 17, 
1913, aged 81. 

*WILLIAiM HENRY HOBBIE, A.B., A.M., 1855. Born, Win.^low, Me., 
Nov. 25, 1818. Teacher, Unity and Belfast, Me., to 1861; Publisher, 
New York; died. New York, Jan. 7, 1887, aged 67. 

*EBENEZER HAWKS LIBBY, A.B. Born, Windham, Me., May 9, 1823. 
Prin. Vassalboro Acad., Me., 1853-54; Pastor, F. W. Bapt. Ch., East 
Hebron, 1860-61; East Raymond, 1861; 25th Me. Vols., 1862-63; 32d 
Me. Vols., 1864; Pastor, Windham, 1865; died, Windham, Me., Sept. 
18, 1868, aged 45. 

*SELDEN FLETCHER NEAL, A.B., A.M., 1861; M. D., Harvard, 1857. 
Born, Madison, Me., Nov. 25, 1822. Prin. No. Anson Acad., Me., 1852; 
Hebron Acad., 1857-61; Teacher of Math., Maine State Sem., Lewi.ston, 
1861-63; Prof. Math., Bates Coll., 1863-64; Surg. U. S. Vols., 1864-65; 
Physician from 1866, Livermore Falls; died, Livermore, Me., March 
20, 1872, aged 49. 

*RICHARD MEANS NOTT, A.B., A.M., 1855. Born, Boston, Mass., 
March 26, 1831. Prin. High Sch., Red Creek, N. Y., 1852-55; Calais, 
Me., 1855-57; Rochester Theol. Sem., 1859; Pastor, Rochester, N. Y., 
1859-65; in business, Atlanta, Ga., 1865-68; Pastor, Aurora, 111., 1869- 



Graduates — Men 1853 

72; Wakefield, Mass., 1872-74; died, Wakefield, Mass., Dec. 21, 1880, 
aged 49. Author of Memoir of Abner Kingman Nott (1865) . 

^GEORGE MARSHALL PRESTON, A.B. Born, Beverly, Mass., April 
23, 1830. Newton Theol. Inst., 1855; Pastor, Sturbridge, Mass., 1855- 
58; Medford, 1858-68; Wooster, O., 1869-71; Independence, la., 1871- 
73; Oldtown, Me., 1873-78; Lanesboro, Mass., 1878-80; Cheshire, Mass., 
1880-90; Granville, 1890-96; retired, 1896; died, Medford, Mass., Jan. 
9, 1914, aged 83. 

i-DANIEL WEBSTER WILCOX, A.B. Born, Coleraine, Mass., Dec. 
2, 1829. Teacher, Conn. Lit. Inst., Suffield, Conn., 1852-53; Rochester 
Theol. Sem., 1855; Pastor, Green Bay, Wis., 1856-57; Sheboygan Falls, 
1857-59; Librarian, Arms Public Library, Shelburne Falls, Mass., to 
1909; died, Springfield, Mass., May 8, 1915, aged 85. 

9— *9 

CLASS OF 1853 

MOTH AM FRANCIS BALDWIN, A.B., A.M., 1856; LL.D., 1899. Born, 
New Sharon, Me., May 7, 1829. Prin. Bloomfield Acad., Me., 1853-54; 
Wash. Acad., E. Machias, 1854-55; Lawyer, Belle Plaine, Minn., 1856- 
60; Memb. Minn. Senate, 1858-60; Cincinnati, 0., 1860-99; died, Cin- 
cinnati, 0., Dec. 8, 1899, aged 70. 

*WILLIAM PITT BARTLETT, A.B. Born, Minot, Me., Sept. 13, 1829. 
Prin. Hallowell Acad., Me., 1853-55; Lawyer, Watertown, Wis., 1856; 
Eau Claire, Wis., 1857-1917; Member Wis. LegisL, 1860, 1873; Dist. 
Attorney, six years; County Judge, two years; Register U. S. Land 
Office, 1875-79; Regent, Wis. State Univ., 1886-99; and Pres. Bd. 
Regents, six years; died, Eau Claire, Wis., March 16, 1917, aged 87. 

*GEORGE BRADLEY, A.B. Born, Bangor, Me., April 3, 1832. Lawyer, 
Bangor, Me., 1855-56; Belle Plaine, Minn., 1856-65; Speaker, 1st Sess. 
Minn. Legisl., 1858; Receiver, U. S. Land Office, 1860; 2d Lt. 8th Minn. 
Vols., 1862; Maj. and Lit. Col. 7th Minn. Vols., 1862-65; from 1865, 
Lawyer, Minneapolis; died, Minneapolis, Minn., Feb. 11, 1879, aged 46. 

*GEORGE BULLEN, A.B., A.M., 1856, and Brown, 1876; D.D., 1880. 
Born, New Sharon, iMe., Nov. 8, 1833. Teacher, Me., 1853-55; Newton 
Theol. Inst., 1858; Univ. Berlin, and Gottingen, 1858-59; Pastor, Skow- 
hegan. Me., 1860-62; Chaplain 16th Me. Vols., 1862-63; Pastor, Wake- 
field, Mass., 1864-66; Pawtucket, R. I., 1868-91; Prof. Christ. Missions, 
Newton Theol. Inst., 1891-97; Pastor, New London, N. H., 1900-06; 
Hingham, Mass., 1908-13; Trustee, Colby Col., 1893-1916. Author of 
Historical Discoitrse, Pawtucket, R. I., (1881) ; Biographical Sketch 
of Rev. Sijlvatms Boardman, (1894); died, Newton Centre, Mass., 
Aug. 21, 1916, aged 82. 

*CHARLES HENRY DAVIS, A.B. Born, Worcester, Mass., March 24, 
1832. Sergt. Maj. 25th Mass Vols., 1861; Captain, 1864; Commissary, 
2d Div. 18th Army Corps, 1864 ; Chief Commissary of Ft. Fisher forces, 

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1853 Colby College 

1865, and of 10th Army Corps, 1865; Brevet Major, 1865; Worcester, 
Mass.; died, July, 1910, aged 78. 

*JOHN ATKINSON LOWELL, A.B., A.M., 1856. Born, Buckfield, Me., 
Jan. 13, 1823. Prin. Parsonsfield Sem., Me., 1853-57; Teacher, Me. 
State Sem., Lewiston, 1857-60; Pastor, F. W. Bapt. Ch., Lewiston, 
1861-69; Lawrence, Mass., 1870-72; Res. Lie, Andover Theol. Sem., 
1872-73; Member Bd. Trustees, Bates Coll., from 1863; Pastor, Dan- 
ville, N. H., 1873; died, Oct. 1898, aged 75. 

♦ALFRED OWEN, A.B., A.M., 1856; D.D., Kalamazoo, 1871. Born, 
China, Me., July 20, 1829. Newton Theol. Inst., 1858; Pastor, Lynn, 
Mass., 1858-67; Detroit, Mich., 1867-77; Chicago, 111., 1877-79; Presi- 
dent Denison University, Granville, 0., 1879-86; Pres. Roger Williams 
Univ., 1887-95; Dean of Theological dept., 1895; Trustee, Kalamazoo 
ColL; died, Nashville, Tenn., July 21, 1912, aged 83. 

*HENRY MILLER PIERCE, A.B., A.M., 1857; LL.D., Lewisburg, 1866. 
Born, Friendsville, Pa., Oct. 6, 1831. Prin. Newcastle Acad., Me., 
1853-55; High Sch., Chicopee, Mass., 1856-57; Pres. Rutgers Coll. for 
Women, New York, 1858-71; Gen. Man. Standard Charcoal Co., Good- 
rich, Tenn.; of Calera Furnace and Charcoal Co., Calera, Ala.; of 
Decatur Charcoal Chemical Works, Decatur, Ala.; of Nashville Iron, 
Steel, and Charcoal Co.; of Standard Charcoal, Iron, and Chemical 
Co.; and Pres. Nashville Land Improvement Co., Nashville, Tenn., 
resided in Washington, D. C, 1890-94; Rochester, N. Y., from 1894; 
died, Ocala, Fla., Feb. 18, 1902, aged 71. 

■^HARRIS MERRILL PLAISTED, A.B., A.M., 1856; LL.B., Albany, 1855. 
Born, Jefferson, N. H., Nov. 2, 1828. Prin. Waterville Lib. Inst., Me., 
1853; Lawyer, Bangor from 1856; Capt. and Lt. Col. 11th Me. Vols., 
1861; Col. 11th Me. Vols., 1862; Brig. Gen. and Bvt. Maj. Gen. Vols., 
1865; Repr. Me. Legisl., 1867, 1868; Att'y. Gen., Me., 1873-75; Member 
44th U. S. Congress, 1875-76; Governor of Maine, 1881, 1882; Editor 
and Propr. The Neiv Age, Augusta, Me.; died, Bangor, Me., Jan. 31, 
1898, aged 69. Author of Digest of Maine Reports (1880) . 

*FRANK PLUMER, A.B. Born, Goffstown, N. H., March 2, 1827. Law- 
yer, Davenport, la., from 1856; died, Davenport, la., Sept. 11, 1866, 
aged 39. 

*HOBART WOOD RICHARDSON, A.B., A.M., 1856. Born, Benton, Mc, 
Dec. 3, 1831. Tutor, 1855-62; U. S. Land Office, Washington, D. C, 
1863-64; U. S. Coast Survey, Portland, Me., 1864-66; Editor Portland 
Press, 1866-68; Memb. Me. Hist. Soc, 1877; Supervisor Census, 1880; 
from 1868, Editor Portland Advertiser; died, Portland, Me., April 3, 
1889, aged 57. Author of Paper Money (1878) ; Tlie National Batiks 
(1880); The Standard Dollar (1884); Introduction to York Deeds 
(1887). 

*ROBERT FOLGER STRATTON, A.B., M.D., Harvard, 1857. Born, 
Winslow, Me., March 22, 1831. Physician, Kno.x Co., 111., 1857-62; 



Graduates^ — Men 1854 

Surg. 11th 111. Cav., 1862; Surgeon-in-chief, Dept. Vicksburg, 1S64; of 
Memphis, 1865, and Medical Director; U. S. Exam. Surg., from 1865; 
died, St. Joseph, Mich., Feb. 8, 1918, aged 86. 

^•STEPHEN ROLLO THURSTON, A.B., A.M., 1856. Born, Searsport, 
Me., July 20, 1832. Commission Merchant, Portland, Me., 1854-67; 
Ins. Agent, 1867-73; Real Estate, Chicago, 1873-82; Correspondent 
with A. H. Andrews & Co., 1882-99; died, Lombard, 111., Nov. 19, 1907, 
aged 75. 

^JOSHUA WOODMAN WESTON, A.B., A.M., 1856; Prin. Conway 
Acad., N. H., 1853-54; Bridgton Acad., 1855-57; Instr. Math., Antioch 
Coll., 1858-60, employed in Public Schools, Decatur, 111., 1863-66; Supt. 
Public Schools, La Crosse, Wis., 1872-77; from 1877, drug business and 
real estate. La Crosse, Wis.; died, La Crosse, Wis., Dec. 6, 1898. 

14— *14 

CLASS OF 1854 

'DERRICK STAFFORD BRIDGHAM, A.B. Born, Hebron, Me., Dec. 
24, 1833. Engineer and farmer, in Cal., 1855-58; drowned, Frazer 
River, Oct. 17, 1858, aged 24. 

* ALBION KEITH PARRIS KNOWLTON, A.B., A.M., 1857. Born, New 
Portland, Me., Dec. 10, 1829. Prin. No. Conway Acad., N. H., 1854-55; 
Thomaston Acad., Me., 1856-59; High Sch., Lewiston, 1860-62; Adm. to 
the Bar, 1860; Judge Municipal Court, 1872-76; City Solicitor, 1881-82; 
died, Lewiston, Me., Sept. 16, 1908, aged 78. 

*CYRUS WESLEY LANDER, A.B., 1875. Born, Fairfield, Me., April 
5, 1828. Prin. Bloomfield, Acad., Me., 1854-55; Teacher and miner, 
Columbia, Cal., 1856-61; Supt. Pittsburg R. R. and Coal Mining Co., 
1861-64; from 1867, Lawyer, Martinez; County Judge from 1870; died, 
Martinez, Cal., Jan. 16, 1874, aged 45. 

*SAMUEL WORCESTER MATTHEWS, A.B., A.M., 1858. Born, 
Hampden, Me., May 21, 1832. Prin. Lee Acad., Me., 1854; Williams- 
ton Acad., N. C, 1856-59; Corinna Acad., Me., 1859; Lawyer, Hamp- 
den, 1860-79; Asst. Assessor, Int. Rev., 1862-72; Repr. Me. Legisl., 
1873; Dep'y Collector Customs, 1882-85; Editor and proprietor Arooa- 
took Reimblican, Caribou; State Com'r. of Industrial and Labor Sta- 
tistics, 1887-1907; died. New Haven, Conn., June 20, 1910, aged 78. 

'HENRY ALLEN SAWTELLE, A.B., A.M., 1857; D.D., Hillsdale, 1874. 
Born, Sidney, Me., Dec. 11, 1832. Prin. High Sch., Watei-ville, Me., 
and Tutor, 1854-55; Newton Theol. Inst., 1858; Pastor, Limerick, Me., 
1858-59; Missionary, Am. Bapt. Miss. Union, to Hong- Kong and 
Swatow, China, 1859-61; Pastor, San Francisco, Cal., 1862-76; Assoc. 
Ed. The Evangel, 1862-64; Ed. The Spare Hour, 1868-70; Pastor, 
Chelsea, Mass., 1877-82; Kalamazoo, Mich., 1882-83; San Francisco, 
Cal., 1883-84; died, Waterville, Me., Nov. 22, 1885, aged 52. Author of 
The Communion (186G) ; Things to Think Of (1873). 



1854 Colby College 

*JOHN BUTLER WILSON, A.B., A.M., 1857; M.D., Jefferson, 1859. 
Born, Portland, Me., Feb. 24, 1834. Prin. Ea. Corinth Acad., and High 
Sch., Dexter, Me., 1854-57; Physician, Exeter, 1860-61; Capt. 15th Me. 
Vols., 1861-63; Surg. 7th U. S. Inf.; Med. Inspector, Dist. of Fla.; 
from 1865, Dexter, Me.; died. Dexter, Me., Mar. 15, 1866, aged 32. 

6— *6 
CLASS OF 1855 

*WILLIAM HENRY BALDWIN, A.B., 1888 and Union, 1855; A.M., 
1889; LL.B., Harvard, 1858. Born, New Sharon, Me., Aug. 13, 1832. 
Lt. Col. 83d Ohio Vols.; Bvt. Col. and Brig. Gen.; Lawyer, Cincinnati, 
1857-98; died, Norwood, Ohio, June 11, 1898, aged 65. 

*NATHAN WESTON BLANCHARD, A.B., 1874; A.M., 1877. Born, 
Madison, Me., July 24, 1831. Collector, Placer Co., Cal., 1860-62; 
Memb. Assembly, 1862-63; Lumber Merchant to 1872; Firm of Blanch- 
ard and Bradley, Flour Mills; Citrus fruit grower, Santa Paula, Cal.; 
died, Santa Paula, Calif., Oct. 22, 1917, aged 86. 

*JAMES TYLER BRADBURY, A.B., A.M., 1858. Born, Prince William, 
N. B., Jan. 19, 1826. Prin. Waterville Acad., Me., 1855-58; Vassalboro 
Acad., 1858-59; from 1859, West Liberty Acad., West Va.; died, West 
Liberty, W. Va., June 14, 1863, aged 37. 

*DAVID FIFIELD CRANE, A.B., A.M., 1858. Born, Fayette, Me., 1831. 
Teacher, Shelburne Falls, Mass., 1855-56; Law Student, 1856-58 
Lawyer, Boston, Mass., 1858-1913; died. East Somerville, Mass., Feb. 
26, 1913, aged 82. 

*LARKIN DUNTON, A.B., A.M., 1858; LL.D,, 1880. Born, Concord, 
Me., July 22, 1828. Prin. Lincoln Acad., Newcastle, Me., 1856-57; 
Lawyer, Waterville, 1858-59; Prin. High Sch., Bath, 1859-67; Sub- 
Master, Lawrence Sch., Boston, Mass., 1867-68, and Prin., 1868-72; 
Head Master Normal Sch., Boston, 1872-99; died, Allston, Mass., Oct. 
30, 1899, aged 71. 

*CHARLES FREEMAN FOSTER, A.B., A.M., 1858. Born, Dorchester, 
Mass., May 27, 1830. Newton Theol. Inst, 1855-57; Pastor, So. Ames- 
bury, Mass., 1857-59; Biddeford, Me., 1859-61; Yarmouth, 1861-63; 
Chap. State Almshouse, Tewksbury, Mass., 1864-66; Chap, and Asst. 
Supt., State Pri. Sch., Monson, 1866-75; Prin. Fam. Sch. for Boys, 
Chicopee, 1875-77; High Sch., Chester, Pa., 1877-78; Supt. Pub. 
Schools, Chester, Pa., 1878-1900; retired, Philadelphia, Pa., 1900-1912; 
died, Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 8, 1912, aged 81. 

*REUBEN FOSTER, A.B., A.M., 1858. Born, Bethel, Me., Feb. 7, 1833. 
Prin. Vassalboro Acad., Me., 1855-56; Repr. Me. Legisl., 1866, 1867, 
and Speaker, 1870; Member Me. Senate, 1871, and President, 1872; 
Lawyer, Waterville, Me., from 1858; died, Waterville, Me., Oct. 12, 
1898, aged 65. 

♦OLIVER CROSBY GRAY, A.B., A.M., 1869, and St. John's 1868, LL.D., 
1884. Born, Jefferson, Me., Dec. 30, 1832. Prin. Pub. Schools, 

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Graduates— Men 1855 

Minneapolis, Minn., 1855-56; Monticello Acad., 1857-58; Fern. Sem., 
Princeton, Aik., 1860, 1866-67; Col. Confed. Army, 1861-64; Prof. 
Math., St. John's Coll., 1868-71, and President, 1872-74; Prof. Math. 
and Civil Engineering, Arkansas Industrial Univ., 1874-79; Prof. 
Pure Math., 1878-84; Supt. Pub. Schools, Fayetteville, Ark., Supt. 
Ark. School for the Blind, 1895-1905; died. Little Rock, Ark., Dec. 8, 
1905, aged 73. 

"WILLIAM SOLYMAN HEATH, A.B. Born, Belfast, Me., March 13, 
1834. Lawyer, Minneapolis, Minn., 1856-58; Vice-Consul U. S., Mon- 
treal, Can., 1858-59; Lawyer, Rockland, Me., 1859-61; Capt. 3d Me. 
Vols., 1861; Lt. Col. 5th Me. Vols., 1861; killed at battle of Gaines' 
Mill, Va., June 27, 1862, aged 28. 

"WASHINGTON IRVING HUMPHREY, A.B. Born, No. Yarmouth, 
Me., Feb. 11, 1830; Newton Theol. Inst., 1855; died, Yarmouth, Me., 
Feb. 13, 1856, aged 26. 

"JOHN WARREN LAMB, A.B., A.M., 1858. Born, Lincolnville, Me., 
Dec. 11, 1829. Prin. Lebanon Acad., Me., 1857-60; Waterville Acad., 
1862-65; Prof. Math., Bates Coll., 1865-68; Special Agent, Phoenix 
Mutual Life Ins., Co., Hartford, Conn., 1869-1916; Pres. Conn. Bapt. 
Educ. Soc; died, Hartford, Conn., Dec. 26, 1917, aged 88. 

"SAMUEL KELLEY LEAVITT, A.B., A.M., 1858. Born, Levant, Me., 
June 23, 1830. Instr. Lit. and Scien. Inst., New London, N. H.; Prin. 
High Sch., Holyoke, Mass., Hallo well, Me., and Evansville, Ind.; Adm. 
to the Bar, 1859; Lawyer, Evansville, 1861-70; Capt. 65th Ind. Vols., 
1862-65; Pastor, Keokuk, la., 1870-72; Cincinnati, O., 1872-84; from 
1884, Jacksonville, Fla.; died, Santa Barbara, Cal., April 20, 1894, 
aged 63. 

"RUFUS KNIGHT MARRINER, A.B., A.M., 1867. Born, Searsmont, 
Me., Nov. 25, 1831. Asst. Boys' High Sch., Portland, Me., 1855-57; 
Adm. to the Bar, 1859; Prin. Waverly Inst., N. Y., 1859-60; Lawyer, 
Waverly, 1860-62; Teacher, Santa Rosa, Sacramento, and San Fran- 
cisco, Cal., 1862-67; froni 1867, Lawyer; died, San Francisco, Cal., 
Aug. 19, 1875, aged 44. 

"TRISTRAM FRANKLIN McFADDEN, A.B., A.M., 1858. Born, Vas- 
salboro. Me., July 4, 1830. Adm. to the Bar, 1858; Lawyer, Fairfield, 
Me.; Publishers' Agent, Cambridge, N. Y.; died, Cambridge, N. Y., 
July 24, 1905, aged 75. 

"JOHN WILLIAM PARRINGTON, A.B. Born, Somersworth, N. H. 
Jan. 25, 1830. Asst., Boys' High Sch., Portland, Me., 1855-56; Prin, 
High Sch., West Aurora, N. Y., 1856-61; and Geneva, 1861-63; Capt, 
U. S. C. I., 1863; Judge Advocate, 1865; Bvt. Lt. Col. U. S. Vols. 
1866; Adm. to the Bar, 1867;. Clerk, Circuit Court, 1868-72; Lawyer, 
Americus, Kan., 1876-85; Judge of Probate, 1885-89; died, Emporia 
Kans., April 7, 1909, aged 79. 

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*JOSEPH GANCELLO PETTENGILL, A.B. Born, WajTie, Me., Aug. 
17, 1832. Instr., Flemington Acad., N. J., 1856-57; Lawyer, Pitts- 
field, 111., 1858-76; Emporia, Kan., 1876-96, and Judge of Municipal 
Court; farming and stock-raising, Buffalo, Kan., 1896-1902; died, 
Buffalo, Kan., Nov. 10, 1902, aged 70. 

*CHARLES JENKINS PRESCOTT, A.B., A.M., 1858. Born, Vassalboro, 
Me., Feb. 16, 1832. Prin. Hebron Acad., Me., 1855-56; Instr. in 
Classics, Mobile Coll., Ala., 1856-62; Instr. Math., Eaglewood Mil. 
Acad., Perth Amboy, N. J., 1862-68; Prin. Essex Hall Sch., Orange, 
N. J., 1868-80; Prin. Pub. Sch. No. 13, Jersey City, 1880-91; U. S. 
Customs service. New York City, from 1891; died, Orange, N. Y., 
Sept. 20, 1902, aged 70. 

*CHARLES FRANCIS RICHARDS, A.B., A.M., 1864. Born, Sharon, 
Mass., Jan. 6, 1826. Treas. Camden Savings Bank; died, Rockport, 
Me., Feb. 7, 1906, aged 80. 

*HENRY KENDALL TRASK, A.B., A.M., 1858; LL.D., 1881. Born, 
Windsor, Me., Sept. 2, 1831. Prin. Bloomfield Acad., Me., 1855-57; 
Prin. High Sch., and Supt. Sch., Morris, 111., 1857-61; Prin. Wayland 
Acad., Beaver Dam, Wis., 1861-68; Prin. So. Jersey Institute, Bridge- 
ton, N. J., 1868-1900; died, Bridgeton, N. J., May 18, 1912, aged 80. 

*HIRAM FULLER WALL, A.B. Born, Hallowell, Me., April 11, 1834. 
Died, Hallowell, Me., Sept. 13, 1855, aged 21. 

*LEGH RICHMOND WEBBER, A.B. Born, Vassalboro, Me., Dec. 5, 
1830. Teacher, New Portland, Me., 1855-56; Troy, Vt., 1856-57; 
Teacher and farmer, Kansas, 1857-61; U. S. Vols., 1861-64; died, 
Augusta, Me., Jan. 5, 1866, aged 35. 

*CHARLES FREDERICK WESTON, A.B., A.M., 1872. Born, Skowhe- 
gan. Me., Jan. 25, 1827. Newton Theol. Inst., 1855-56; Rochester 
Theol. Sem., 1858-59; ordained, 1863; Pastor, Lincoln, Fayette, Me.; 
Russell, Mass.; E. Avon, N. Y.; Fowlerville, Mich.; Orleans, N. Y.; 
Limerick, Me.; died, Springfield, Neb., April 18, 1892, aged 65. 

*ROSCOE JAMES WHITE, A.B. Born, Belfast, Me., Sept. 16, 1835. 
Lawyer, Belfast, Me., 1859-60; Merchant and tanner, Princeton, Me., 
1860-65; died, Augusta, Me., Aug. 30, 1868, aged 32. 

*JOHN WOODMAN, A.B. Born, New Gloucester, Nov. 18, 1829. 
Drowned, Waterville, Me., June 27, 1855, aged 25. 

24— *24 

CLASS OF 1856 

*ABIJAH ROBINSON CRANE, A.B., D.D., 1884. Born, Wayne, Me.. 
Feb. 2, 1832. Prin. Acad., Ea. Corinth, Me., 1857; Law Student, 
1858; Newton Theol. Inst, 1861; Pastor, Hallowell, Me., 1861-74; 
Financial Sec, Colby Univ., 1874-77; Pastor, East Winthrop, 1877-90; 
Pastor, and Prof. Biblical Lit., Hebron Acad., Hebron, Me., 1890-1910; 



Graduates — Men 1857 

Repr. Me. LegisL, 1880; Trustee, Colby Col., 1871-1919; died, Arling- 
ton, N. J., March 22, 1919, aged 87. 

*CHARLES CARROLL LOW, A.B., A.M., 1860. Farmer, Lake City, 
Minn., 1856-87; florist. Long Beach, Calif., 1898-1914: died, Lonp; 
Beach, Calif., Dec. 24, 1914. 

*CHARLES ANDREW MILLER, A.B., A.M., 1859. Born, Wenham, 
Mass., Aug. 13, 1834. Adm. to the Bar, 1858; Lawyer, Rockland, 
Me., 1859-63; Asst. Clerk, Me. Ho. Reps., 1858, 1859, and Clerk, 1860- 
63; Major, 2d Me. Cav. Vols., 1863-64; Planter, Montgomery, Ala., 
from 1865; Sec. of State, Ala., 1869, 1870; died, Skowhegan, Me., 
May 7, 1877, aged 42. 

*ASA PERKINS, A.B. Born, Thomaston, Me., Dec. 1, 1833. Newton 
Theol. Inst., 1858-60; Pastor, Rockport, Me., 1860-62; Harrington, 
1863-66; Livermore Falls, 1867-68; Limerick, 1870-77; Supply, Ma- 
ehiasport and E. Machias, 1877-78;. Fayette Corner, 1S79-80; Treas. 
Savings Bank, Limerick; died. Limerick, Aug. 1, 1893, aged 59. . 

*JOSEPH AUGUSTUS ROSS, A.B., A.M., 1893. Born, Jefferson, Me., 
Sept. 22, 1829. Teaching, 1856-62; 20th Me. Vols., 1862-65; 1st Lieut., 
41st U. S. C. Vols.; teaching, 1865-75-; Lawyer, Princeton, Minn., 1876- 
1913; County Atty., 1877-80; 1890-1912; died, Princeton, Minn., April 
2, 1913, aged 83. 

*ROSCOE GREENE SMITH, A.B., A.M., 1859. Born, HoUis, Me., 
Sept. 21, 1832. Instr. Nat. Sci. F. W. Bapt. Inst., New Hampton, 
N. H., 1856-58, and Prin. 1858-60; died, Minneapolis, Minn., Dec. 31, 
1860, aged 28. 

*CHARLES HENRY SMITH, A.B., A.M., 1859. Born, Hollis, Me., Nov. 
1, 1827. Prin. High Sch., Eastport, Me., 1856-60; Lawyer, Machias, 
1865; Member Me. Senate, 1866; Capt. 1st Me. Cav., 1861; Maj. Lt. 
Col., and Col., 1863; Bvt. Brig. Gen. Vols., 1864; Bvt. Maj. Gen. Vols., 
1865; Col. 28th U. S. Inf., 1866; Bvt. Brig. Gen., U. S. A., 1867; Col. 
19th U. S. Inf., 1869; retired, 1891; Medal of honor, 1895; died, 
Washington, D. C, July 17, 1902, aged 75. 

*CHARLES WESLEY SNOW, A.B., A.M., 1859; M.D., Bowdoin, 1860. 
Born, Cornville, Me., Aug. 11, 1834. Physician, Skowhegan, Me., 
from 1860; Asst. Surg. U. S. A., Augusta, 1864-65; died, Skowhegan, 
Me., Sept. 28, 1876, aged 42. 

8—* 8 

CLASS OF 1857 

*JONATHAN QUINCY BARTON, A.B., A.M., 1867. Born, Sidney, 
Me., March 20, 1835. Paymaster, U. S. Navy; died, Washington, D. 
C, Oct. 5, 1903, aged 68. 

*STEPHEN BOOTHBY, A.B. Born, No. Livermore, Oct. 23, 1833. 
Prin. Select Sch. for Boys, Bangor, Me., 1858; Lawyer, Portland, 1860- 
61; 1st. Me. Cav., 1861; 1st Lt. and Capt., 1862; Maj. and Lt. Col., 

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1863; mortally wounded, Beaver Dam Station, Va., 1864; died, Point 
Lookout, Md., June 5, 1864, aged 30. 
*JOHN BRACKETT BRADBURY, A.B. Born, Parsonsfield, Me., June 1, 

1833. Teacher, Grafton, Mass., 1857; died, Liming-ton, Me., April 
27, 1858, aged 24. 

*HENRY LEWIS CHASE, A.B. Born, Westford, Vt, Sept. 9, 1832. 

Prin. Anson Acad., 1856; Prin. Hampden Acad., 1858-59; Teacher, 

Charleston, S. C, 1860-61; Hartford Theol. Sem., 1861-62; Andover 

Theol. Sem., 1863; Pastor, Cong. Ch., North Carver, Mass., 1863-67; 

Dyersville, la., 1867-70; Green Mountain, la., 1870-82; died, Clifton 

Springs, N. Y., March 1, 1905, aged 72. 
*WILLIAM JOHNSON CORTHELL, A.B., LL.D., 1893. Born, Addison, 

Me., July 11, 1827. Prin. High Sch., Calais, Me., 1857; County Supt. 

Pub. Sch., 1869; Supt. Pub. Sch., Calais. 1869-76; Repr. Me. Legisl., 

1873, 1874; Member Me. Senate, 1875; State Supt. Sch., 1876-78; 

Member Bd. Trustees, 1877-1907; Prin. State Normal Sch., Gorham, 

1878-1904; died, Calais, Me., Nov. 1, 1908, aged 81. 

*AUGUSTUS ALLEN FLETCHER, A.B. Born, Belmont, Me., Nov. 10, 
1832. Teacher, Me. and Western States to 1880; Register of Probate, 
1880-84; from 1884, Merchant; died, Lincolnville, Me., April 25, 1891, 
aged 58. 

ZENAS PAINE HANSON, A.B., M.D., Rush Med. Sch., 1861. Born, 
Buxton, Me., Feb. 5, 1833. Surg. 43d 111. Vol. Inf., 1861-66; Physician, 
Chicago, 111., 1867-1916; Ad., Buxton Centre, Me. 

*HENRY AUGUSTUS HART, A.B., A.M., 1862. Born, Portland, Me., 
July 5, 1836. Newton Theol. Inst., 1860; Pastor, Rockland, Me., 
1860-65; Yarmouth, 1865-69; from 1869, of firm. Hart & Co., Wool 
dealers, Portland, Me.; died, Haverhill, Mass., Jan. 12, 1888, aged 51. 

*ALANSON CURRIER HERRICK, A.B. Born, Sedgwick, Me., May 17, 

1834. Prin. Hebron Acad., Me., 1861-71; Union Theol. Sem., 1866; 
Repr. Me. Legisl., 1867, 1868; Pastor, Canton, Me., 1872-76; Freeport, 
Me., 1876-84; Sacramento, and Oak Park, Cal., 1884-1900; died, Sacra- 
mento, Cal., Dec. 20, 1901, aged 67. 

*GEORGE MELLEN PRENTISS KING, A.B., A.M., 1865, D.D., 1886. 
Born, Oxford, Me., Dec. 12, 1833. Newton Theol. Inst, 1857-58; Instr. 
Rhet., Maryland Agric. Coll., 1858-59; Pastor, E. Providence, R. I., 
1860-67; Pres. Wayland Seminary, Washington, D. C, 1867-97; Prof. 
English, Virginia Union Univ., Richmond, Va., 1899-1917; died, Chris- 
tianburg, Va., Oct. 8, 1917, aged 83. 

*FRANCIS MAYO, A.B., A.M., 1887. Born, Hampden, Me., Dec. 29, 
1829. Prin. Acad., Monson, Me., 1857; North Anson Acad., 1858; 
Prin. High Sch., Libertyville, 111., 1859; Adm. to the Bar, 1862; Private 
and Corp. 67th 111. Vols., 1863; Lawyer, Chicago, 1864-78; from 1878, 
So. Chicago; died, So. Chicago, 111., March 6, 1900, aged 73. 



Graduates — Men 1858 

*FRANCIS LYFORD MORSE, A.B., A.M., 1865, Ph.D., Maryville, 1886. 
Born, Fayette, Me., Sept. 5, 1829. Twenty-six years Professor of 
Mathematics in Hanover College; died, Hanover, Indiana, Feb. 5, 1904, 
aged 74. 

*JOSEPH ODELL, A.B. Born, Conway, N. H., Nov. 14, 1832. Prin. 
Lebanon Sem., Ky., and Editor Central Kentuckian, 1857-59; Editor 
Richmond Messenger, 1860; Editor Daily Commercial, New Albany, 
Ind., 1866-67; Assoc. Ed. Journal, La Fayette, Ind., from 1867; died. 
La Fayette, Ind., Oct. 19, 1871, aged 38. 

*MOSES JEWETT PRESCOTT, A.B. Born, Ipswich, Mass., July 1, 
1832. Newton Theol. Inst., 1860; Pastor, Kennebunkport, Me., 1860- 
63; died, Ipswich, Mass., Dec. 5, 1863, aged 31. 

*RUSSELL BENJAMIN SHEPHERD, A.B. Born, Fairfield, Me., Sept. 
14, 1829. Prin. Bloomfield Acad., Me., 1857-58; Girls' High School, 
Bangor, 1859-62; Adm. to the Bar, 1862; Adjt. 18th Me. Vols., 1862; 
Major 1st Me. Art., 1862; Lt. Col. and Col., 1864; Bvt. Brig. Gen. Vols., 
1865; Cotton Planter, Ga., 1865-69; Repr. Me. Legisl., 1875, 1876; 
Member Me. Senate, 1877; Member Executive Council, 1878; Member 
Bd. Trustees from 1886; Trustee, Univ. of Maine; Agt., Coburn 
Woolen Mfg. Co.; died, Skowhegan, Me., Jan. 1, 1901, aged 71. 

*JONATHAN GODFREY SOULE, A.B., A.M., 1865. Born, Sebec, Me., 
Nov. 16, 1826. Prin. Hartland Acad., Me., 1857-59; Instr. Evansville 
Sem., Wis., 1859-63; Prin. Hartland Acad., Me., 1863-67; Foxcroft 
Acad., 1867-71; from 1871, Lawyer; died, Waterville, Me., Jan. 1, 1888, 
aged 61. 

*CHARLES FREDERICK VENT, A.B., Dartm. Coll., 1854-55. Born, 
Pittsfield, N. H., Dec. 20, 1830. Teacher, Watertown, Mass., 1857-58; 
Chickering Acad., Cincinnati, 1858-60; Book Publisher, Chicago, 1860- 
90; died, Berrien Springs, Mich., July 13, 1905, aged 75. 

*GOWEN COOMBS WILSON, A.B. Born, Boothbay, Me., Feb. 8, 1833. 
Prin. High Sch., Hallowell, Me., 1857-59; Bangor Theol. Sem., 1861; 
Pastor Cong. Ch., Winterport, 1861-66; Windsor, Conn., 1866-91; State 
Supt. Bible Society of Maine, from 1894; died, Portland, Me., April 
25, 1905, aged 72. 

18— *17 

CLASS OF 1858 

THOMAS FOXWELL BACHELDER, A.B., A.M., 1870. Born, Corinna, 
Me., Dec. 16, 1836. Prin. High Sch., Columbia, Me., 1858-59 ; Lawyer, 
Grand Rapids, Wis., 1859-64; San Francisco, Cal., 1865-83; Fruit 
grower, Sunol, Cal., and Lawyer, Oakland, Calif. 

*CHARLES PIERCE BALDWIN, A.B., A.M., 1861. Born, New 
Sharon, Me., June 4, 1833. Prin. High Sch., Bangor, Me., 1859-61; 
Capt. 11th Me. Vols., 1862, Major and Bvt. Col., 1864; Lt. Col. and 



1858 Colby College 

Bvt. Brig. Gen. Vols., 1865; mining, Denver, Col, 1866- ; died, Denver, 
Colo. 

*SIMON STRATTON BROWN, A.B., A.M., 1862. Born, Benton, Me., 
July 6, 18.3.3. Lawyer, Freedom, Me., 1859-64; Fairfield, 1864-81; 
Waterville, from 1881; Member Executive Council, 1879-80; Member 
House Reps., 1893; died, Waterville, Me., Sept. 5, 1908, aged 75. 

*SABINE EMERY, A.B. Born, Eastport, Me., Feb. 8, 1834. Prin. 
Bloomfield Acad., Me., 1858-60; Prin. High Sch., Eastport, 1860-61; 
Capt. 9th Me. Vols., 1861; Major, Lt. Col. and Col., 1862-64; Adm. to 
the Bar, 1864; Lawyer, Baltimore, Md., 1865-68; died, Baltimore, Md., 
March 24, 1868, aged 34. 

*JONATHAN CILLEY FALES, A.B., A.M., 1861; LL.D., Hampton-Sid- 
ney, 1903. Born, Thomaston, Me., Dec. 30, 1836; Principal, Lebanon 
Seminary, Lebanon, Ky., 1858-1869. Instructor Natural Science, 
Morse Academy, New Albany, Ind., 1869-1872; Professor Natural Sci- 
ences, Center College, Danville, Ky., 1872-1894; Professor Geology and 
Biology, 1894-1898; Librarian, 1898-1916; Dean, 1896-1908; Acting 
President, 1896-1898, and 1903-1904; Central University, Danville, 
Ky. ; Fellow Geological Society of America; Member Dante Society of 
America; died, Danville, Ky., Feb. 27, 1916, aged 79. 

*ISAAC SMALL HAMBLEN, A.B., 1861. Born, Limington, Me., March 
24, 1833. Prin. Waterville Acad., Me., 1858-61; Merchant and Law 
Student, 1861-65; Newton Theol. Inst., 1868; Pastor, Rockland, Ma.ss., 
1868-72; Winchendon, 1872-80; Holden, Mass., 1880-86; from 1886, No. 
Berwick, Me.; died, East Winthrop, Me., Aug. 19, 1891, aged 58. 

*AMOS LUNT HINDS, A.B., A.M., 1861. Born, Benton, Me., Nov. 12, 
1833. Farmer, Benton, Me.; died, Benton, Me., April 24, 1908, aged 
74. Author of Uncle Stephen and Other Verses, 1905. 

*BENJAMIN FRANKLIN LAWRENCE, A.B., A.M., 1861. Born, Jay, 
Me., April 14, 1835. Newton Theol. Inst., 1859-60; Pastor, Cape 
Neddick, Me., 1862-65; Corinth, 1865-67; Dexter, 1867-70; Brunswick, 
1870-74; Groton, Mass., 1874-80; Meriden, N.H., 1881-86; Ea. Jeffer- 
son, Me., 1886-90; Buckfield, 1890-97; Shutesbury, Mass., 1898-99; 
Mendon, 1900-02; Bow, N. H., 1904-05. Author, History of Jay, Maine, 
(1912) ; died, Marlboro, Mass., Jan. 5, 1917, aged 81. 

*JOSEPH WINSLOW LEVETT, A.B. Born, Pensacola, Fla., May 14, 
1838. Asst. in Seminary, Hernando, Miss., 1859; Prin. Fem. Inst., 
New Britain, Pa., 1860; private, Confed. Army; died, Memphis, Tenn., 
Sept. 1866, aged 28. 

*HORACE BARROWS MARSHALL, A.B., A.M., 1851. Born, Hebron, 
Me., Nov'. 25, 1832. Pastor, Hartland, Me., 1858-59; Turner, 1859-62; 
Buxton, 1862-65; Waldoboro, 1865-68; Vineyard Haven, Mass., 1868- 
71; Prin. Grove Hill Sem., 1871-73; Pastor, Chelmsford, 1873-75; 
Kingston, 1875-80; Oldtown, Me., 1880-81; Buckfield, 1881-82; Home 
Missionary, Pipestone City, Edgarton, and Fairmont, Minn., 1882-85; 



Graduates — Men 1858 

Financial Agt. Pillsbury, Acad., Owatonna, 1885-86; Pastor, Cape 
Neddick, Me., 1886-88; East Auburn, 1888-90; East Corinth, 1890-92; 
Washburn, 1892-94; Amherst, N. H., 1894-1901; Milford, 1901-02; 
North-wood, N. H., 1902-1908; Wilton, N. H.; died, Thomaston, Conn., 
Nov. 20, 1917, aged 84. 
*WILLIAM TRIPP PARKER, A.B. Born, Farming-ton, Me., Oct. 11, 
1839. Prin. High Sch., Ellsworth, Me., 1858-59; Prof. Math., Bethel 
Coll., Ky., 1859-60; Lawyer, Ellsworth, Me., 1861-62; 1st Lieut, and 
Capt. 1st Me. Art., 1862; killed in battle, Spottsylvania C. H., Va., 
May 19, 1864, aged 24. 

*EVERBTT WILSON PATTISON, A.B., A.M., 1861.; LL.D., 1906; 
A.M., Shurtleff, 1866. Born, Waterville, Me., Feb. 22, 1839. Prin. W. 
Gardiner Acad., Me., 1858-59; Instr. Oread Inst., Worcester, Mass., 
1860-61; Private, 2d Mass. Vols., 1861; 1st Lieut, and Judge Advocate 
1st Div. 12th A. C, 1862; Capt. 1864; Lawyer, St. Louis, Mo., 1865- 
70; Upper Alton, 111., 1870-72; St. Louis, Mo., 1872-1919; Attorney, St. 
Louis Bd. of Educa., 1877-79 ; Author of Digest of Missouri Decisions 
(1873) ; Code Pleading, (1901) ; Missouri Form Book; Instructions in 
Criminal Cases; Contrib. to Encyclopedia of Law and Procedure, and 
various magazines; died, St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 14, 1919, aged 80. 

*GEORGE GILMAN PERCIVAL, A.B., A.M., 1862; M.D., Bellevue, 
1863. Born, Waterville, Me., Dec. 20, 1837. Sheffield Sci. Sch., 1860; 
Asst. in Chem., Yale, 1861-62; Asst. Surg. U. S. Vols., 1863-65; Prof. 
Chem. Homeop. Med. Coll., Pa., 1868-69; Druggist, Phila., Pa., to 
1870; Photo. Engraver, New York, to 1880; Mfg. Chemist; died, Wat- 
erville, Me., Aug. 3, 1882, aged 44. 

*CHARLES HENRY ROWE, A.B., A.M., 1864. Born, Guilford, Me., 
Jan. 19, 1834. Newton Theol. Inst., 1861; Acting- Pastor, Holyoke, 
Mass., 1861-62; Augusta, Me., 1862-64; Chaplain U. S. Hosp. Dept., 
1864-65; Pastor, Boston, Mass., 1866-71; Weymouth, 1871-74; Wollas- 
ton Heights, 1874-78; Cambridge, 1878-81; Mystic River, Conn., 1881- 
84; Whitman, Mass., 1885-88; Randolph, 1888-90; died, Newton, Mass., 
Nov. 29, 1890, aged 55. 

*JUDSON WADE SHAW, A.B., A.M., 1865. Born, Paris, Me., Sept. 6, 
1833. Prin. Acad., No. Anson, Me., 1858, 1859; in educational work, 
1860-75; employed on Greenleaf's Higher Math. Series, 1863; on 
Walton's Arithmetics, 1869, 1870; Bible and S. S. work, 1875-78; Ando- 
ver Theol. Sem., 1879, 1881-83; Supply Union Cong'l Ch., Andover, 
Mass., 1883; No. Conway, 1884; lecturing and writing, 1885, 1886; 
Pastor, Cong. Ch., Royalston, Mass., 1887-89; died, Falmouth, Me., 
Feb. 22, 1905, aged 71. 

*HAMPTON DUNREATH PLUMMER SMALL, A.B. Born, Gardiner, 
Me., May 31, 1833. Teacher, Winthrop, Dresden and Dixmont, Me., 
1858-62; died, Mt. Vernon, Me., Aug. 23, 1862, aged 29. 

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*ALFRED ELIAB BUCK, A.B., LL.D., 1897. Born, Foxcroft, Me., Feb. 
7, 18.32. Prin. High Sch., Hallowell, and Lewiston, Me., to 1861; 
Capt. 13th Me. Vols., 1861; Lt. Col. 91st U. S. Vols., 1863; Lt. Col. 51st 
U. S. Vols., 1864; Bvt. Col. Vols., 1865-66; mfr. turpentine and rosin, 
Ala., 1866-67; Presidential Elector, Ala., 1868; Member 41st U. S. 
Cong., 1869-70; Clerk U. S. Dist. and Circuit Court, Atlanta, Ga., 
1873-89; U. S. Marshal, 1889-93; iron mining, 1893-97; U. S. Minister 
to Japan, 1897-1902; died, Tokio, Japan, Dec. 4, 1902, aged 70. 

*STEPHEN COPELAND FLETCHER, A.B., A.M., 1865. Born, Skow- 
hegan. Me., July 23, 1833. Capt. 7th Me. Vols., 1861, and Major; Lt. 
Col. 1st Me. Vet. Vols., 1864; Newton Theol. Inst, 1865-67; ordained, 
1866; Pastor, Wilton, N. H., 1867-73; New London, N. H., 1873-87; 
Dexter, Me., 1887-92; Monson, 1893-96; died. Dexter, Me., Dec. 10, 1896, 
aged 63. 

*ALEXANDER FULLER, A.B., A.M., 1865. Born, West Sandwich, 
Mass., Dec. 28, 1838. Bangor Theol. Sem., 1862; Pastor Cong. Ch., 
Plymouth, Mass., from 1863; died, Kingston, Mass., Dec. 5, 1869, 
aged 30. 

*DANIEL FOSTER GOODRICH, A.B. Born, Bingham, Me., Oct. 14, 
1834. 2d Lieut. 1st Me. Vet. Vols., 1864; 1st Lieut., 1865; Minn. Sen- 
ate, 1878-87; Lawyer; died. Blue Earth City, Minn., Sept. 4, 1889, 
aged 54. 

*LEVI LUDDEN, A.B., PhD., Western Univ. of Pa., 1895. Born, Peru, 
Me., March 21, 1833. Prin. Boys' Gram. Sch., Bangor, Me., 1860; 
High Sch., Milford, 1861; High Sch., Prince William, N. B., 1862-63; 
Private, 1st D. C. Cav., 1864; 2d Lieut. 41st U. S. Vols., 1864-65; Prin. 
Wilkinsburg, Acad., Pa., 1866-69; Prin. Preparatory Dept., Western 
Univ. of Pa., Allegheny City, Pa., 1869-80; Prin. Park Inst., 1880-98; 
died, Pittsburg, Pa., Dec. 6, 1903, aged 70. 

'JUDAH TEAGUE POMPILLY, A.B., A.M., 1862. Born, Turner, Me., 
March 17, 1837. Newton Theol. Inst., 1859-60; Asst. Hughes High 
School, Cincinnati, 0., 1860-63; from 1863, Insurance Agent; died, 
Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 6, 1870, aged 33. 

'HIRAM CHANEY VAUGHAN, A.B., M.D., Harvard, 1864. Born, 
New Vineyard, Me., May 11, 1837. Prin. Athens Acad., Me., 1859-60; 
Hallowell High Sch., 1860-61; Hosp. Steward, 14th Me. Vols., 1861-62; 
Capt. 24th Me. Vols., 1862-63; Asst. Surg. U. S. N., 1864-65; in charge 
Hosp. for Freedmen, Jacksonville, Fla., 1865-66; Physician, Lewiston, 
Me., 1867-68; Manager Life Ins. Co., St. Louis, Mo., 1869-78; Editor 
Ellsworth American 1878-85; died, Foxcroft, Me., Aug. 19, 1905, 
aged 68. 



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CLASS OF 1860 

*GEORGE BRAINERD BUZELLE, A.B. Born, Northwood, N. H., Aug. 
19, 1833. Bangor Theol. Sem., 1863; U. S. Chr. Com., and Am. S. S. 
Union, till 1868; Acting Pastor, Princeton, Me., 1868-69; from 1869, 
in business, Portland, Me.; Brooklyn, N. Y.; died, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
April 25, 1893, aged 59. 

*JOSEPH FREEMAN ELDER, A.B., D.D., Madison, 1875. Born, Port- 
land, Me., March 10, 1839. Prin. Hebron Acad., 1860-61; Private 
Tutor, Ohio, 1862-64; Rochester Theol. Sem., 1867; Pastor, Orange, N. 
J., 1867-70; Member Bd. Trustees, Rochester Theol Sem., Trustee Am. 
Bapt. Home Mission Soc, 1870-85; Pastor, New York, 1870-90; Albany, 
1890-1902; Pres. N. Y. Bapt. Conv., 1884-85; Memb. Exec. Com., 
Amer. Baptist Miss. Union, 1895-1910; died. New York City, May 25, 
1910, aged 71. 

*JOSIAH MANCHESTER HAYNES, A.B., 1863, A.M. Born, Water- 
ville. Me., May 12, 1839. Prin. Lincoln Acad., Newcastle Me., 1860-62. 
Lawyer, New York, 1864; Repr. Me. Legisl., 1876-77; Member Me. 
Senate, 1878, and President, 1879; Speaker Me. Ho. Reps., 1883-84; 
from 1865, shipbuilding, lumber and ice business; died, Augusta, Me., 
Sept. 3, 1906, aged 67. 

'JOHN HENRY JACKSON, A.B., A.M., 1863; M.D., Bowdoin; 1868. 
Born, Lee, Me., March 28, 1838. Prin. Acad., Effingham, N. H., and 
Lincoln, Me., to 1862; Union Sch., Grand Rapids, Wis., 1862-65; Phy- 
sician, Vassalboro, Me., 1868-73; from 1873, Fall River, Mass., and 
from 1894, Prof. Practice and Nervous Diseases, Med. Sch., Boston; 
died, Fall River, Mass., Oct. 27, 1908, aged 70. 

'^ALMORE KENNEDY, A.B., A.M., 1872. Born, Waldoboro, Me., Jan. 
27, 1838; Lawyer, Waldoboro, Me., 1862-1913; Member Me. Senate, 
1872-73; Judge of Probate; Member Bd. Trustees, 1877-83; died, 
Waldoboro, Me., Jan. 4, 1913, aged 74. 

■HENRY ABIAL KENNEDY, A.B., 1862. Born, Waldoboro, Me., Nov. 
6, 1834. Dep'y Collector Customs, Waldoboro, Me., 1863-81; Collector, 
1881-84; died, Waldoboro, Me., March 9, 1884, aged 49. 

'RANSOM NORTON, A.B., A.M., 1863. Born, Livermore, Me., May 29, 
1836. Prin. High Sch., Livermore, Me., 1860-61; Corinna Acad., 1861; 
High Sch., Oldtown, 1861-62; High Sch., Eliot, 1862-63; High Sch., 
Uxbridge, 1863; Houlton Acad., 1864; Clerk of Courts, 1868-80, 1883- 
87; Lawyer, Houlton, Me., 1866-72; ti'ader and starch mfr. ; died, 
Houlton, Me., March 24, 1907, aged 70. 

^LEVI MERRIAM PIERCE, A.B. Born, West Boylston, Mass., June 21, 
1833. Prin. Oxford Liberal Inst., So. Paris, Me., 1860-61; Oxford 
Normal Inst., Paris, 1861-63; High Sch., Uxbridge, Mass., 1863-66; 
High Sch., Chicopee Falls, 1S66-72; Pres. Arlington Piano Co., Boston, 

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1872-75; from 1874, music dealer, Springfield, Mass., died, Springfield, 
Mass., April 1, 1908, aged 74. 

*STILMAN HERSEY RECORD, A.B., A.M., 1865. Born, Auburn, Me., 
Dec. 12, 1826. Newton Theol. Inst., 1863. Acting Pastor, Sterling, 
Mass., 186.3-64; Missionary, Am. S. S. Union, in R. I., Mass., N. H., 
and Me., 1864-79; gardening, Worcester, Mass.; died, Worcester, Mass., 
April 22, 1911, aged 84. 

*JACOB BARTLETT SHAW, A.B., A.M., 1866. Born, Albion, Me., 
June 23, 1837. Clerk, Interior Dept., Washington, D. C, 1861-63; 
Examiner Pension Claims, 1863-65; manufacturer, 1867-80; Cam- 
bridge, Mass.; Commission Merchant, Brooklyn, N. Y.; died, Brooklyn, 
N. Y., June 9, 1910, aged 73. 

*WILLIAM WALLACE WEST, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me., Oct. 17, 
1839. Medical Student, 1860-61; Hospital Steward, and Asst. Surg., 
8th Me. Vols., 1861; died, Watei-ville, Me., Feb. 5, 1862, aged 22. 

11-*11 
CLASS OF 1861 

*FREDERIC DANA BLAKE, A.B., A.M., 1864. Born, Princeton, Mas.^., 
Aug. 3, 1839. Newton Theol. Inst., 1864; Instr. in Hebrew, N. T. I., 
1863-64; Pastor, Gardiner, Me., 1864-68; New London, N. H., 1869-73; 
Cherryfield, Me., 1875-80; Oakland, Me., 1880-83; Wickford, R. L, 
1884-92; Attleboro, Mass., 1896-1901; Supt. schools. No. Kingston, R. 
I., 1905-14; died, Wickford, R. I., Aug. 11, 1915, aged 76. 

*GEORGE STICKNEY FLOOD, A.B., A.M., 1865. Born, Clinton, Me., 
June 21, 1836. Dealer in wood and coal; died, Waterville, Me., Jan. 
7, 1896, aged 59. 

*WILLIAM ALLEN HATCH, A.B., 1867; A.M., 1897; M.D., Harvard, 
1867. Born, Oakland, Me., Nov. 20, 1840. 2d Lieut. 3d Me. Vols., 1861; 
1st. Lieut. 3d Me. Vols., 1861; 1st Lieut, and Capt., 1862; Major 80th 
U. S. Vols., 1863-65; Agent, Treasury Dept, Rodney, Miss., 1865; 
Physician, Caribuo, Me., 1870; Perfect, Girard Coll., Phila., Pa., 1871- 
72; Apothecary, Melrose, Mass., 1873-78; Rector Episc. Ch., Maryville, 
Mo., 1881; St. Joseph, Mo.; Monroe, Mo.; and St. Louis, Mo.; Supt. 
Jonestown Church Home, Jonestown, Pa., 1913-14; died, Jonestown, 
Pa., March 11, 1914, aged 73. 

*AMOS MESSER JACKSON, A.B., A.M., 1901; M.D., Dartmouth, 1872. 
Born, Lee, Me., Oct. 19, 1840. 2d Lieut. 24th Me. Vols., 1862; 1st 
Lieut. 1863; 2d Lieut. Signal Corps, U. S. A., 1863; Majoi 10th U. S. 
C. Art., 1864; Bvt. Lieut. Col., 1865; in business, Levviston Me., 1867- 
71; from 1873, Physician, Fall River, Mass.; Mayor, 1898-99; died. 
Fall River, Mass., Dec. 25, 1915, aged 75. 

"RANDALL ELVIN JONES, A.B. Born, Jefferson, Me., Nov. 8, 1839. 
Prin. Acad., Waterville, Me.. 1861-62; High Sch., Rockland, 1862-63; 

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Shipmaster, 1864-77; Lime mfr., Rockport, 1877-83; Supt. Great Falls 
Ice Co., 1883-90; retired; died South Weymouth, Mass., June 22, 1914, 
aged 74. 
'■ALBERT PRESCOTT MARBLE, A.B., A.M., 1865; Ph.D., 1880. Born, 
Vassalboro, Me., May 21, 1836. Instr. Math., Wayland Acad., Beaver 
Dam, Wis., 1861-64; Prin. High Sch., Eastport, Me., 1865; Berkshire 
Fam. School, Stockbridge, Mass., 1865-66; Prin. Worcester Acad., 
Mass., 1866-68; Supt. Public Sch., Worcester, Mass., 1868-94; Omaha, 
Neb., 1894-95; Bd. of School Supts., New York City; died. New 
York, March 25, 1906, aged 69. 

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CLASS OF 1862 

i-ARETAS GUSTAVUS BARKER, A.B., A.M., 1865. Born, Lovell, Me., 

Oct. 23, 1835. Prin. Masonic Charitable Inst., Effingham, N. H., from 

1862; died, Effingham, N.H.; April 11, 1867, aged 31. 
'■WILLIAM CAREY BARROWS, A.B. Born, Ellsworth, Me., Feb. 2, 

1839. Sergt. 24th Me. Vols., 1862; 2d Lieut, 1863; Newton Theol. 

Inst., 1866; Pastor, Freeport, Me., 1866-68; No. Berwick, 1868-72; 

Waltham, Mass., 1872-75; Biddeford, Me., 1875-78; Rockland, 1878-82; 

Lewiston, 1882-85; Rockland, Mass., 1887-91; Woburn, 1892-97; Som- 

erville, 1897-98; Kennebunkport, Me., 1899-1902; Biddeford, 1902-08; 

Tenant's Harbor, 1908-13; Woolwich, 1913; died. National Soldiers' 

Home, Togus, Me., July 15, 1913, aged 74. 
"FRANK BODFISH, A.B., M.D., Bowdoin, 1864. Born, Fairfield, Me., 

Feb. 15, 1841. Hospital Steward, 21st Me. Vols., 1862; Asst. Surg. 

56th 111. Vols., 1864-65; Asst. Surg. 1st Me. Cav., 1865; from 1866, 

Physician and Apothecary, No. Anson, Me.; died. No. Anson, Me., July 

16, 1886, aged 45. 
'■ELIAS BROOKINGS, A.B., A.M., 1865. Born, Woolwich, Me., Jan. 1, 

1836. Prin. Cherryfield Acad., Me., 1862-64, and 1865-67; 1st Lieut. 
31st Me. Vols., 1864-65; Prin. Hitchcock Free High Sch., Brimfield, 
Mass., 1867-69; Prin. Central St. Gram. Sch., Springfield. Mass., 1869- 
1905; died, Springfield, Mass., Aug. 3, 1906, aged 70, 

'■WILLIAM EUSTIS BROOKS, A.B., A.M., 1865; D.D., 1890. Born, 
Kingfield, Me., June 6, 1835. Capt. 16th Me. Vols.; Yale Theol. Sem., 
1865-67; Supply, Cong. Ch., Derby, Conn., 1865-67; ordained, 1867; 
Pa.stor, Clinton, Conn., 1867-74; West Haven, 1874-80; Pres. Tillotston 
Collegiate and Normal Institute, Austin, Texas, 1880-85; Pastor, 
Chicago, 111., 1885-93; Muscatine, Iowa, 1893-95; Chicago, 111., 1895-96; 
Benton Harbor, Mich., 1896-98; Chicago, 1898-99; So. Paris, Me., 
1900-05; Warren, Conn., 1905-06; died. No. Cambridge, Mass., Dec. 26, 
1906, aged 71. 

'■ALONZO BUNKER, A.B., D.D., 1887. Born, Atkinson, Me., Jan. 30, 

1837. Newton Theol. Inst., 1865; ordained, 1865; Missionary, Am. 
Bapt. Miss. Union, Toungoo, Burma; Author of Life of Christ, in Sgau 



1862 Colby College 

Karen; Catechism, in Gai-cho Karen; Catechism, in Karrenee; Soo- 
Thah; Sketches from the Karen Hills; translated into Sgau Karen, 
Dairies' Euclid; Foster's Story of the Bible, (1884) ; died, Newton Cen- 
tre, Mass., March 8, 1912, aged 75. 

*AUGUSTUS CHAMPLIN, A.B., A.M., 1865. Born, Waterville, Me., 
Jan. 30, 1838. Prin. Gram. Sch., Evansville, Ind., 1862-63; China 
Acad., 1863; in business, 1864-67; Lawyer, Dexter, 1868-70; Ins. Agent, 
Bangor, 1870-78; from 1878, Adjuster Fire Ins. Claims, Portland; 
died, Portland, Me., Sept. 12, 1897, aged 59. 

*WHITING STEVENS CLARK, A.B., A.M., 1865. Born, Sangerville, 
Me., Nov. 28, 1837. Capt. 1st Me. Art, 1862, and Major, 1864; Bvt. 
Lieut. Col. and Col., 1864; Asst. Secy. Me. Senate, 1866; Lawyer, 
Bangor, Me., 1866-80; Judge Police Court, 1868-73; from 1880, Des 
Moines, la.; died, Des Moines, Iowa, April 26, 1891, aged 53. 

WILLIAM DYER EWER, A.B., A.M., 1865. Born, Vassalboro, Me., 
Jan. 14, 1835. Sergt. 16th Me. Vols.; Teacher, Me., N. H., and Cal., 
to 1874; Employment Agency, San Francisco, Cal., 1874-87; Fruit 
grower, Los Gatos, Santa Clara Co., Cal., to 1913; Lecturer; Ad., R. R. 
2, San Jose, Calif. 

GEORGE (ALVA) GIFFORD, A.B., A.M., 1865; LL.D, 1912. Born, 
Hallowell, now Manchester, Me., Nov. 19, 1842. Teacher, 1862-63; 
Law student, 1862-64; Lawyer, Cherryfield, Me., 1865-66; Augusta, 
1867; Editor Daily Press, Portland, 1867-71; Repr. Me. Legisl., 1874; 
Editor Sunday Star, 1872-74; Agent U. S. Treasury, London, 1877; 
Sec. to Comr. Gen., Paris Exposition, 1878; U. S. Consul, Nantes, 
France, 1878-81; La Rochelle, 1881-84; U. S. Consul, Basel, Switzer- 
land, 1884-1913; Residence, Geneva, Switzerland, 1913-. 

♦FREDERICK HALE, A.B., A.M., 1865. Born, Turner, Me., Oct. 21, 
1839. Lawyer, Ellsworth, Me., 1863-68; died, Woodstock, Vt., May 6, 
1868, aged 28. 

*EDWARD WINSLOW HALL, A.B., A.M., 1865; LL.D., New Brun.swick, 
1900. Born, Portland, Me., Sept. 9, 1840. Instr. Oread Inst., Wor- 
cester, Mass., 1862-63; War and Treas. Depts., Washington, D. C, 
1863-66; Univ. Gottingen, 1872-73; Me. Hist. See, 1881; Prof. Mod. 
Lang., 1866-91, and Emeritus Prof., 1906; from 1873, Librarian, Colby, 
Waterville, Me.; Editor General Catalogue, 1882, 1887, 1909; History 
of Higher Education in Maine, 1903; died, Waterville, Me., Sept. 8, 
1910, aged 70. 

♦SAMUEL HAMBLIN, A.B., 1867. Born, Standish, Me., Feb. 7, 1836. 
3d Me. Vols., 1861; 2d Lieut, 1862; Capt U. S. Vols., 1863; Lt. Col. 
U. S. Art Vols., 1864; Bvt. Col. U. S. Vols., 1867; Druggist, Buffalo, 
N. Y., 1867-69; Lawyer, 1869-71; Supt Pub. Ed. and State Att'y , 
Quincy, Fla., to 1879; U. S. Supt. Hot Springs Reservation, 1883-90; 
from 1879, Lawyer, Hot Springs, Ark.; died, Beeville, Texas, June 8, 
1908, aged 72. 

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*GEORGE LANGFORD HUNT, A.B., A.M., 1865; D.D., Wake Forest, 
1875. Born, Boston, Mass., Oct. 21, 1843. Newton Theol. Inst., 1862- 
63; Pastor, Barre, Mass., 1863-64; Athol, 1864-67; Northampton, 1867- 
69; Mystic River, Conn., 1870-81; Hobolien, N. J., 1881-85; Adm. to tlie 
Bar, 1885, Chaplain, N. Y., Pen., 1887; Pastor, Edgefield, S. C, 1881- 
91; Augusta, Ga., 1891-92; Hasbrouck Heights, N. J., 1897-99; Alexan- 
dria, Va.;Brodhead, Wis.; died, Brodhead, Wis., Sept. 23, 1916, aged 72. 

ASA LYMAN LANE, A.B., A.M., 1866. Born, Yarmouth, Me., Feb 18, 
1839. Prin. Reid Inst, Reidsburg, Pa., 1863-67; Newton Theol. Inst., 
1870; Pastor, Biddeford, Me., 1870-75; Prin. New London Acad., N. H., 
1875-76; Instr. Nat. Sci. and Math., Coburn Classical Inst., Waterville, 
Me., 1876-1901; Instr. Latin and Math., Good Will H. S., 1902-06; 
Pastor East Winthrop, Me., 1906-11; res., Wakefield, Mass., 1911- ; 
'Member School Bd., Biddeford, three years; Waterville, four years; 
Pres. Maine Pedagogical Soc, etc. 

*ARCH DORILLOUS LEAVITT, A.B. Born, Turner, Me., July 15, 1840. 
Capt., 16th Me. Vols., 1862; Major, 1863; mortally wounded, battle of 
Laurel Hill, Va.; died, Washington, D. C, May 30, 1864, aged 23. 

*JOHN FRANCIS LISCOMB, A.B., A.M., 1865. Born, Portland, Me., 
Dec. 10, 1841. Agent Eastern Steamship Co., Portland, Me.; Pres. 
Chase Transfer Co.; Died, Portland, Me., Feb. 8, 1920,.aged 78. 

*ALBERT QUINCY MARSHALL, A.B., M.D., Bowdoin, 1867. Born, 
Hebron, Me., Aug. 12, 1836. Prin. High Sch., Turner, and Oxford, 
Me., to 1864; War Dept., Washington, D. C, 1864; from 1867, Physi- 
cian, New Gloucester, Me.; died, New Gloucester, Me., May 3, 1880, 
aged 43. 

*MOSES CAMPBELL MITCHELL, A.B., A.M., 1865. Born, Temple, 
Me., Jan. 27, 1838. Prin. High Sch., Farmington, Me., 1862-63; Pratt 
Free High Sch., Middleboro, Mass., 1864-67; Wilton Acad., Me., 1867- 
68; Duke Co. Acad., Martha's Vineyard, Mass., 1868-71, and Fam. Sch. 
for Boys, 1871-78; Propr. Military Boys' School, Billerica, Mass., 1878- 
1913; died, Billerica, Mass., Dec. 22, 1913, aged 74. 

JUSTIN PAYSON MOORE, A.B., A.M., 1865. Born, Augusta, Me., 
May 8, 1840. Bangor Theol. Sem., 1865 ; City Missionary, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal., several years; Insurance, San. Rafael, Cal.; Last ad., Oak- 
land, Calif. 

*ISAIAH RECORD, A.B., A.M., 1870. Born, Canton, Me., Jan. 22, 1835. 
Newton Theol. Inst., 1869; Pastor, Turner, Me., 1869-76; Houlton, 
1876-83; Member Bd. Trustees, 1882-83; died, Houlton, Me., March 14, 
18«3, aged 48. 

RICHARD CUTTS SHANNON, A.B., 1863; A.M., 1866; LL.D., 1892; 
LL.B., Columbia, 1885.. Born, New London, Conn., Feb. 12, 1839. 1st 
Lieut. 5th Me. Vols., 1861; Capt. and A. A. G., 1862; Bvt. Lieut. Col., 
1866; Sec. U. S. Legation, Brazil, 1871-75, and Charge d' Affaires, 1872, 
1873-74; President Botanical Garden R. R. Co., Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; 

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Adm. to the Bar, 1886; Member Law Firm, Puring-ton & Shannon, N. 
Y. City; U. S. Minister to Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Salvador, 1891- 
93; Member 54th and 55th Congresses, 1895-99, from Dist. XIII, N. Y. 
City; residence, Brockport, N. Y. 1903 — . 

*ZEMRO AUGUSTUS SMITH, A.B, 1877. Born, Weston, Me., Aug. 26, 
1837. Capt. 1st Me. Art. Vols., 1862; Major, 1864; Lt. Col., and Bvt. 
Col. U. S. Vols., 1865; Editor Daily Press, Portland, Me., 1871-76; 
from 1876, Assoc. Editor Boston Journal, Editor Leavenwoi-th Times, 
St. Louis Globe-Democrat, and Indianapolis Journal; died, Indianap- 
olis, Ind., May 25, 1903, aged 65. 

*WILLIAM AMORY STEVENS, A.B. Born, Bath, Me., March 31, 1839. 
2d Lieut. 16th Me. Vols., 1862; 1st Lieut, and Capt., 1863; killed before 
Petersburg, Va., May 19, 1864, aged 25. 

*OZIAS WHITMAN, A.B., A.M., 1865. Born, Buckfield, Me., Sept. 13, 
1841. Prin. Litchfield Acad., Me., 1862; China Acad., 1863; Oak Grove 
Sem., Vassalboro, 1864; High Sch., Eastport, 1865-70; Supt. Public 
Schools, Red Wing, Minn., 1870-89; Observer U. S. Weather Bureau, 
St. Paul, Minn., 1889-1918; died, St. Paul, Minn., April 29, 1918, 
aged 76. 

*GEORGE ADAM WILSON, A.B., A.M., 1865. Born, Turner, Me., July 
31, 1842. Private 21st Me. Vols.; Adm. to the Bar, 1864; Member Me. 
Legisl., 1883-84; Judge of Probate, 1884-97; Trustee, Colby, 1889-1906; 
Lawyer, and from 1872, Treas. Savings Bank, So. Paris, Me; died, 
So. Paris, Me., March 5, 1906, aged 63. 

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CLASS OF 1863 

*PERCIVAL BONNE Y, A.B., A.M., 1866; LL.D., 1895. Born, Minot, 
Me., Sept. 24, 1842. Treasury Dept., Washington, D. C, 1863-65; 
Lawyer, Bath, Me., 1866; from 1866, Portland; Repr. Me. Legisl., 1870, 
1871; Member Bd. Trustees, from 1876, Sec. from 1879, and Treas., 
from 1881 ; from 1878, Judge of Superior Court, Portland, Me. ; died, 
Denmark, Me., Aug. 4, 1906, aged 63. 

*SIMEON LOVELL BEARCE CHASE, A.B., A.M., 1866. Born, Minot, 
Me., April 26, 1835. Newton Theol. Inst., 1866; Pastor, Bangor, Me., 
1866-72; Rockland, 1872-78; Bath, 1878-79; Freehold, N. J., 1881-83; 
Methuen, Mass., 188.3-87; died, Buckfield, Me., Sept. 11, 1889, aged 54. 

♦CHARLES MELVIN EMERY, A.B., A.M., 1866. Born, Fairfield, Me. 
July 6, 1836. War Dept., Washington, D. C, 1864-65; Newton Theol. 
Inst., 1868; Pastor, Thomaston, Me., 1868-74; Chaplain Hygienic Inst., 
Dansville, N. Y., 1875-77; Pastor, Greene, Me., 1878-82; Fairfield, 
1882-85; Freeport, 1885-87; Financial Agent, Hebron Acad., 1887-89; 
Pastor, So. Norridgewock, 1890-95; Southern Pines, N. C, 1896-1904; 
Inst.', Shaw Univ., Raleigh, N. C, 1899-1900; Financial Agt., Colby 

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Acad., New London, N. H., 1903-05; died, Southern Pines, N. C, Aug. 
29, 1918, aged 82. 

*FRANCIS SNOW HESSELTINE, A.B., 1866; A.M.; LL.D., 1913. 
Born, Bangor, Me., Dec. 10, 1833. Capt. 3d Me. Vols., and Major, 
1861; Lt. Col., 13th Me. Vols., 1862-65; Lawyer and Register of Bank- 
ruptcy, Savannah, Ga., 1865-70; Lawyer, Boston, Mass., 1870-1916; 
died, Feb. 17, 1916, aged 82. 

*GEORGE CALVIN HOPKINS, A.B. Born, Mt. Vernon, Me., Feb. 22, 
1843. 2d Lieut. 19th Me. Vols., 1862; from 1864, Lawyer, Portland, 
Me.; Judge Municipal Court, Deering, 1894-98; Repr. Maine LegisL, 
1899; died, Portland, Me., April 6, 1905, aged 62. Author of Digest of 
Maine Reports, (1879) ; Oliver's Conveyancing Revised, (1881). 

GEORGE BOARDMAN ILSLEY, A.B., A.M., 1866, D.D., 1897. Born, 
Limerick, >Me., Aug. 17, 1839. Newton Theol. Inst., 1866; Pastor, 
Spring-vale, Me., 1866-73; Yarmouth, 1873-79; ' Lewiston, 1879-81; 
Bangor, 1881-1900; Westbrook, Me., 1900-1913; Acting pastor, Mid- 
dlebui-y, Vt., 1914; res.. Limerick, Me.; Supt. Schools, Sanford, Me., 
three years; Yarmouth, four years; Bangor, thirteen years; Pres., 
Maine Bapt. Miss. Conv., 1898-99; Author, History of Sanford, 1870; 
Jubilee of 2d Bap. Ch., Bangor, 1895; Centeyinial Limerick Bap. Ch., 
1896; Centennial Cumberland Bap. Ass'n., 1911; etc. 

*SYLVANUS BOARDMAN MACOMBER, A.B., A.M., 1866. Born, 
Abbot, Me., Dec. 6, 1835. Private, 13th Me. Vols.; ordained, 1863; 
Newton Theol. Inst., 1868; Pastor, East Harrington, Me., 1868-69; 
Alfred, 1870-72; Sterling, Mass.; 1872-73; So. Lyndeboro, N. H., 1874- 
76; Montgomery Centre, Vt., 1878-79; Evangelist in Maine, and Ver- 
mont, 1879-83; died, Montgomery Centre, Vt., Feb. 24, 1913, aged 77. 

JOHN OLIVER MARBLE, A.B., A.M., 1866; M.D., Georgetown, 1868. 
Born, Vassalboro, Me., April 26, 1839. Physician, Worcester, Mass., 
1870-1900; retired, 1900; Staff City Hospital. 1871-91; Consulting 
Member, same, 1891-1900; Director, Pub. Lib., 12 years; Pres. Bd. Pub. 
Lib., 1898-99; Author, Cremation in Sanitary Aspects, (1885) ; A Voy- 
age to Tropics, (1890) ; Fashion in Medicine, or the Worship of the 
New, (1890) ; Ad., Worcester, Mass. 

*NATHANIEL MEADER, A.B. Born, Rochester, N. H., Nov. 24, 1837. 
Repr. Me. LegisL, 1876, 1877; 1883; Treas. Hubbard and Blake Mfg. 
Co., Oakland, Me., 1883; Mayor, Waterville, 1899-90; Pres. Union Gas 
and Electric Co.; died, Waterville, Me., Aug. 15, 1905, aged 69. 

*THOMAS JUDSON NEAL, A.B., 1888. Born, Hallowell, Me., Dec. 8, 
1838. Capt. 188 U. S. Col. Inf., 1865; stove manufacturer; died, 
Chicago, 111., May 23, 1890, aged 51. 

*HORATIO NELSON NUTTING, A.B., A.M., 1866. Born, Parkman, 
Me., March 24, 1838. Teacher, Woodland, Cal., 1864; Butte Co., 1864- 
66; Supt. Pub. Sch., San Mateo Co., 1867-71; Adm. to the Bar, 1870; 



1863 Colby College 

Editor Times and Gazette, four years; Dist. Attorney, San Mateo Co., 
1872-80; died. Redwood City, Cal., Nov. 30, 1882, aged 44. 

*GEORGE STEPHEN SCAMMAN, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me., May 
18, 1845. Prin. High Sch., Skowhegan, Me., 1863-64; Capt. 11th Me. 
Vols., 1864-65; Prin. Gram. Sch., Maiden, Mass., 1868-71; Adm. to the 
Bar, 1871; Propr. Maiden Tribune; died, Maiden, Mass., March 22, 
1883, aged 37. 

*MARCELLUS LOVEWELL STEARNS, A.B., 1877. Born, Lovell, Me., 
April 29, 1839. Private 12th Me. Vols., 1861; 2d Lieut., 1862; 1st 
Lieut. 1863; Vet. Reserve Corps, to 1868; Member Fla. Legisl., and 
Speaker, 1869-72; U. S. Surveyor Gen. of Florida; Lieut. Gov.. 1873; 
Gov. of Florida, 1874-77; U. S. Commr., Hot Springs, Ark., 1877-80; 
Lawyer, Quincy, Fla., 1868-87; Atlantic, Iowa, 1887-90; died. Palatine 
Bridge, N. Y., Dec. 8, 1891, aged 52. 

GEORGE DANA STEVENS, A.B. Born, South Paris, Me., Sept. 5, 
1838. Teacher, Richland, Wis., 1864-69; Hudson, Wis., 1869-71; Pas- 
tor, Bloomington, Wis., Lancaster, Wis., Vassville, Wis., Merchant, 
Bonsall, Calif., 1894-1914; Postmaster, 1894-1914; Res., Bonsall, Calif. 

*CHARLES DANA THOMAS, A.B., A.M., 1866. Born, Brandon, Vt, 
Sept. 25, 1839. U. S. Mil. Storekeeper, Knoxville, Tenn., 1864-65; 
Bookseller, Cincinnati, 0., 1865-94; Res., Calif., 1894-1908; Dayton, 
Ohio, 1908-1918; died, Dayton, Ohio, Dec. 5, 1918, aged 79. 

*WILLIAM RICKER THOMPSON, A.B., A.M., 1866. Born, Parsons- 
field, Me., March 13, 1837. Newton Theol. Inst., 1868; Pastor, 
Brighton, Mass., 1868-71; Fayville, 1874-77; West Townsend, 1877-80; 
New Ipswich, N. H., 1880-87; retired, 1887; died, Nugent Home, Phila- 
delphia, Pa., Feb. 28, 1916, aged 78. 

WILLIAM PENN WHITEHOUSE, A.B., A.M., 1866; LL.D., 1895; and 
Bowdoin, 1912. Born, Vassalboro, Me., April 9, 1842. Prin. Vassal- 
boro, Acad., Me., 1863-64; Lawyer, Augusta, from 1865; City Solicitor, 
1868-72; County Attorney, 1869-76; Judge of Superior Court, 1878- 
90; Judge Supreme Judicial Court, 1890-1913, and Chief Justice, 1911- 
13; Author of monograph on care of insane. Res., 47 Grove St., 
Augusta, Me. 

17— *13 

CLASS OF 1864 

*HENRY JOSEPH GUSHING, A.B., M.D., Harvard, 1868. Born, 
Skowhegan, Me., Feb. 19, 1837. Prin. Bloomfield Acad., Me., 1864-67; 
Qm. Sergt. 21st Me. Vols., 1865; from 1868, Physician; died, Merrimac, 
Mass., Nov. 18, 1902, aged 65. 

WILLIAM SMITH KNOWLTON, A.B. Born, Sangerville, Me., Oct. 21, 
1837. Prin. Monson Acad., Me.; Foxcroft Acad., 1864-65; Hitchcock 
Free High Sch., Brimfield, Mass., 1866-67; Monson Acad. Me., 1867-76; 
adm. to the Bar, 1867; ordained, 1874; Pastor, Monson, 1874-75; Prin. 



Graduates — Men 1865 

Houlton Acad., 1876-86; St. John's Class. Sch., Presque Isle, 1886; 

Prin. Caribou High Sch., Caribou, 1886-96; Repr. Me. Legisl., 1907; 

Me. Senate, 1909; Author of The Okl Schoolmaster, (1905); Modern 

Classics and Other Poems, (1912) ; ad., Monson, Me. 
*EDWARD CLARENDON LITTLEFIELD, A.B. Born, Chesterville, 

Me., Sept. 4, 1844. Newton Theol. Inst., 1864; died, Roxbury, Mass., 

Nov. 22, 1864, ag-ed 20. 
'HENRY CLAY MERRIAM, A.B., 1867; LL.D., 1908. Born, Houlton, 

Me., Nov. 13, 1837. Capt. 20th Me. Vols., 1862; Capt. 80th U. S. 

Vols., 1863; Lt. Col. 73d and 85th U. S. Vols., 1864-65; Bvt. Col. Vols., 

1865; Major 38th U. S. Inft., 1866; Bvt. Lt. Col. U. S. A., 1867; Bvt. 

Col., 1867; 24th U. S. Inft., 1869; Lt. Col. 2d U. S. Inft., 1876; Col. 7th 

U. S. Inft., 1885; Brig. Gen. U. S. A., 1897; Major Gen. U. S. Vols., 

1898; died, Portland, Me., Nov. 18, 1912, aged 75. 
*HARRISON MERRILL PRATT, A.B. Born, Turner, Me., June 22, 

1840. Lawyer, Bath, 1866; Insurance Agent, New York; Teacher, 

Turner, Me. ; died, Livermore Falls, Me., July 17, 1889, aged 49. 
"STANLEY THOMAS PULLEN, A.B. Born, Guilford, Me., Aug. 6, 

1843. Prin. Foxcroft Acad., Me., 1864-65; Lawyer, Foxcroft, 1866-69; 

Portland, 1869-72; Rep. Me. Legisl., 1874; Editor Portland Daily Press, 

1872-83; Trustee Me. Normal Schools, 1873-79; Surveyor of Customs, 

1882-85; Member N. Y. Stock Exchange, 1885-95; Broker, Portland, 

Me.; died, Portland, Me., Feb. 15, 1910, aged 67. 
*CYRUS GREENWOOD RICHARDSON, A.B., A.M., 1867; LL.B., 

Albany, 1866. Born, Fort Fairfield, Me., Dec. 31, 1841. Lawyer, St. 

Louis, Mo., 1866-70; from 1870, Denver; died, Denver, Colo., June 5, 

1894, aged 52. 
*IRA WALDRON, A.B., A.M., 1867. Born, Dover, N. H., July 14, 1841. 

Newton TheoL Inst, 1864-65; Teacher, Columbus and Toledo, Ohio; 

with Price and Lee Co., (directories) New Haven, Conn.; Belleville, 

N. J. 
'WILLIAM PIPRCE YOUNG, A.B., A.M., 1868. Born, Kenduskeag, 

Me., July 13, 1839. Lawyer, Milo, Me., to 1882; Augusta, 1882-85; 

died, Augusta, Me., Aug. 7, 1885, aged 46. 

9— *8 

CLASS OF 1865 

*HENRY MERRILL BEARCE, A.B. Born, Hebron, Me., April 30, 1838. 
Lieut. 23d and 32d Me. Vols., 1864-65; Lawyer from 1866; Member 
Me. Legisl., 1883; Member Me. Senate, 1885-86; President Norway 
National Bank; Treas. Norway Savings Bank; died, Norway, Me., 
May 5, 1894, aged 56. 

*WILLIAM THOMAS CHASE, A.B., A.M., 1868; D.D., 1894, and Univ. 
Chicago, 1884. Born, Hallowell, Me., July 11, 1839. Ordained, 1863; 
Chaplain, 4th U. S. Vols., 1863-64; Newton Theol. Inst., 1869; Pastor, 

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Dover, N. H., 1869-74; Lewiston, Me., 1874-79; Cambridge, Mass., 
1879-84; Minneapolis, Minn., 1884-89; Boston, Mass., 1889-91; Phila- 
delphia, Pa., 1891-98; died, Atlantic City, N. J., Aug. 22, 1898, aged 59. 

*GEORGE WYMAN CLOWE, A.B., A.M., 1868. Born, Dartmouth, N. 
S., March 17, 1842. Newton Theol. Inst., 1868; Pastor, Hudson, N. Y., 
1868-72; White Plains, 1873-83; Pastor People's Bapt. Ch., New York, 
1884-92; died, Hudson, N. Y., Sept. 3, 1906, aged 64. 

*GRENVILLE MELLEN DONHAM, A.B. Born, Hebron, Me., Aug. 20, 
1838. Publisher's agent, Turner, Me., 1865-74; Publisher, Portland, 
Me., 1874-1916; from 1886, publisher Maine Register; died, Portland, 
Me., Nov. 23, 1916, aged 76. 

HOWARD HASKELL GROVER, A.B., A.M., 1868. Born, New Glouces- 
ter, Me., Dec. 18, 1836. Private 25th Me. Vols.; Prin. High Sch., 
Dexter, Me., 1865-66; Supt. Schools, Moline, 111., 1868-71; Clerk City 
Court, 1871-75; Farming from 1875; since 1904, Winfield, Kan. 

*CHARLES VERANUS HANSON, A.B., A.M., 1868; D.D., 1892. Born, 
Portland, Me., Aug. 30, 1844. Newton Theol. Inst., 1868; Pastor Pea- 
body, Mass., 1868-79; Repr. Mass. Legisl., 1872-73; Member Bd. Trus- 
tees from 1883; Pastor, Damariscotta, Me., 1879-87; Providence, R. I., 
1887; Skowhegan, Me., 1887-98; died, Atlantic, Mass., Nov. 11, 1809, 
aged 55. 

*WILLIAM HENRY LAMBERT, A.B., A.M., 1868; Ph.D., 1889. Born, 
Durham, Me., Aug. 8, 1843. Adm. to the Bar, 1866; Prin. Corinth 
Acad., Me., 1867; High Sch., Castine, 1867-69; High Sch., Augusta, 
1869-71; High Sch., Lewiston, 1871-74; High Sch., Fall River, Mass., 
1874-79; Supt. Public Schools, Maiden, Mass., 1879-85: from 1885, 
Prin. High Sch., Fall River, Mass.; died. Fall River, Mass., Nov. 4 
1890, aged 47. 

AUGUSTUS DENNETT SMALL, A.B., A.M., 1868. Born, Bangor, Me., 
March 28, 1844. Instr. Conn. Lit. Inst., Suffield, Conn., 1865-66; Prin. 
High Sch., Rockland, Me., 1867-71; High Sch., Newport, R. I., 1871; 
Supt. Public Schools, Newport, R. I., 1871-73; Memb. Bd. of Education, 
R. I., 1872-73; Supt. Public Schools, Salem, Mass., 1873-81; Manager 
Ed. Dept., New Eng. Agency, D. Appleton & Co., Boston, 1881-82; 
Submr. Lawrence Sch., Boston, Mass., 1882-1901; Head Master, So. 
Boston High Sch., 1901-14; Emeritus, 1914- ; Prin. DeMeritte Sch., 
Boston; Res., Allston, Mass. 

8— *6 
CLASS OF 1866 

*FRANCIS WALES BAKEMAN, A.B., D.D., 1885. Born, Brooksville. 
Me., April 14, 1841. Newton Theol. Inst., 1869; Pastor, Newbury- 
port, Mass., 1869-71; Janesville, Wis., 1871-73; Worcester, Mass., 
1873-76; Pastor, Auburn, Me., 1877-84; Chelsea, Mass., 1884-1915; 
Retired; Trustee Colby College, 1881-1919; died, Chelsea, Mass., .June 
28, 1919, aged 78. 

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*GEORGE WALTER HUNT, A.B. Born, Benton, Me., July 8, 1845. 
Adm. to the Bar, 1868; Lawyer, Pittsfield, Me., Phippsburg, and Bath; 
Register of Deeds, Sagadahoc County, 1883-99; died, Bath, Me., March 
18, 1915, aged 69. 

HAZEN PINGREE McKUSICK, A.B. Born, Denmark, Me., April 30, 
1840. Newton Theol. Inst., 1869; Pastor, Normal, 111., 1869-70; No. 
Reading, Mass., 1871; Laramie, Wyo., 1872; Teacher and Minister, in 
Cal., 1872-92; Publisher's Agent, 1893—; Res., Los Angeles, Calif. 

AUSTIN THOMAS, A.B., M.D., Bowdoin, 1870. Born, Waterville, Me., 
Sept. 6, 1843. Private 150th Ohio Vols., 1864; Prin. China Acad., 
Me., 1866; Winthrop Acad., 1866-67; No. Parish Acad., Augusta, 
1867-68; Asst. Physician, New Hampshire Asylum for Insane, 1870- 
72; Physician, Unity, Me., 1872-74; Plattsburg, N. Y., 1874-78; 
Nittany, Pa., 1878-84; Unity, Me., 1884-98; Waterville, 1898-99; 
Thomaston, 1899-01; Unity, 1906-07; Hampden, 1909-11; Bowdoinham, 
Me., Res., 1014 Washington Ave., Portland, Me. 

*FRANK WARREN TOLMAN, A.B. Born, Harrison, Me., Aug. 13, 
1842. Theol. Dept. Shurtleff Coll., 1867-69; Pastor, Farmington, Me., 
1870-72; Campton, N. H., 1873-76; Dexter, Me., 1876-77; So. Hampton, 
N. H., 1877; died. So. Hampton, N. H., July 14, 1877, aged 34. 

5—* 3 
CLASS OF 1867 

DUDLEY PERKINS BAILEY, A.B., 1877; A.M., 1875. Born, Cornville, 
Me., Oct. 24, 1843. Prin. Acad., Hebron, Me., 1865; No. Anson Acad., 
1866-67; Harpswell, 1868; Adm. to the Bar, 1870; Lawyer, Freeport, 
Me., 1870; Portland, Me., 1870-72; Everett, Mass., 1872- ; (and Bos- 
ton, 1879-1917); Asst. Ed., Portland Press, 1870; Memb. Sch. Com., 
Everett, Mass., 1876-80, 1882-91; Memb. Com. Council, 1893-94; and 
Pres., 1894; Alderman, 1895; Dir. and Trustee, Pub Lib., 1878-1917; 
Memb. Mass. House Rep., 1886-87; Trustee, Colby Col., 1900—; Trus- 
tee, Newton Theo. Inst., 1894- ; One of original corporators, Everett 
Savings Bank, Attorney, 1889- ; Trustee, 1889-, and Pres., 1919- 
Dir. and Atty., Everett Co-operative Bank; Dir., Mass. Bapt. Conv. 
1887- ; contrib. to Banker's Magazine, and other periodicals; Author 
of Clearing Houses, (Part 3 of Bolles' Practical Banking, 1884) 
Historical Sketch of Everett in Drake's Hist, of Middlesex Co., Mass., 
(1878); Everett Souvenir, (1893); Historical Sketch of the Boston 
Clearing House in Professional and Industrial History of Suffolk Co. 
a894) : Ad., Everett, Mass. 

*LEMUBL HOWARD COBB, A.B. Born, Portland, Me., July 9, 1846. 
Editor Portland Daily Press; died, Portland, Me., March 17, 1903, 
aged 56. 

CHARLES RANSOM COFFIN, A.B., A.M., 1872. Born, Roxbury, Mass., 
Feb. 13, 1847. Instr., Dio Lewis Sch., Arlington, Mass., 1867-68; 
Normal Sch., Bridgewater, Mass., 1869; Teacher, Pub. Schools, Mass., 

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1869-70; Instructor in Greek, Western Univ. of Pennsylvania, Pitts- 
burg, Pa., 1871-89; Prin. Park Institute, Allegheny, Pa., 1889-1904; 
Instructor in Math., Allegheny, H. S., 1904-10; Instructor, Pittsburgh, 
H. S., 1910-17; Res., 736 Wallace Ave., Wilkinsburg, Pa. 

*ALBERT DANFORTH, A.B. Lawyer, Grand Forks, Dak.; Chicago, 
111.; Deceased. 

HENRY WARE HALE, A.B., A.M., 1872. Born, So. West Harbor, Me., 
Oct. 7, 1843. Bapt. Union Theol. Sem., 1871-72; Newton Theol. Sem., 
1872-74; ordained, 1874; Missionary, Am. Bapt. For. Miss Soc, Burma, 
1874-1902; Retired, Waterville, Me., 1902-04; R. F. D. No. 1, Savan- 
nah, Ga., 1904-. 

*JOSHUA HOWARD MILLETT, A.B., 1886, A.M., 1878. Bora, Cherry- 
field, Me., March 17, 1842. Adm. to the Bar, 1870; Lawyer, Boston, 
Mass., 1870-95; Pres. Crosby Steam Gage and Valve Co., 1875-1914; 
Repr. Mass. Legisl., 1884-85; died, Maiden, Mass., Oct. 14, 1914, 
aged 72. 

JOHN FRANKLIN MOODY, A.B., 1874, A.M., Bowdoin, 1871. Born, 
Kingfield, Me., Jan. 18, 1846. Prin. Yarmouth Acad., Me.; Hebron 
Acad., 1872-79; Prin. Bridgton Acad., 1879; Edw. Little Inst, Auburn, 
Me.; Hebron, Me. 

7— *3 

CLASS OF 1868 

*WILLIAM OLIVER AYER, A.B., D.D., 1908. Born, Sangerville, Me., 
June 25, 1845. Newton Theol. Inst., 1868-71; Pastor, Peterboro, N. H., 
1871-74; Skowhegan, Me., 1874-84; Everett, Mass., 1884-90; Livermore 
Falls, Me., 1890-93; Brockton, Mass., 1893-1905; Braintree, 1905-08; 
Kenduskeag, Me., 1908-15; Brunswick, 1915-16; died, Brunswick, Me., 
June 1, 1916, aged 70. 

*THOMAS MELVIN BUTLER, A.B., A.M., 1871. Born, Aurora, Me., 
Jan. 24, 1841. Private, 10th Me. Vols., 1862-64; 2d Lieut. 24th U. S. 
Vols., 1864, and 1st Lieut., 1865; Newton Theol. Inst, 1871; Pastor 
- Hopkinton, R. I., 1871-74; Somerset, Mass., 1874-76; Townshend, Vt, 
1876-82; No. Uxbridge, Mass., 1882-88; Foxcroft, Me., 1888-89; Can- 
ton, Mass., 1890-98; died. Canton, Mass., Aug. 6, 1898, aged 57. 

♦LEONARD DWIGHT CARVER, A.B. Born, LaGrange, Me., Jan. 26, 
1840. Private, 2d Me. Vols., 1861-63; Teacher, Me. and 111., 1870-74; 
Adm. to the Bar, 1875; Lawyer, Waterville, Me., 1876-90; State Libra- 
rian, 1890-1905; died, Augusta, Me., Sept. 18, 1905, aged 65. 

WILLIAM HEMAN CLARK, A.B., A.M., 1871. Born, Hancock, Me., 
March 13, 1840. Pastor, Mt. Vernon, Me., 1868-75; So. Norridgewock, 
1875-83; Needham, Mass., 1884-87; Finan. Secy., Colby Acad., N. H., 
1887-88; Pastor, Mechanic Falls, Me., 1888-95; Charleston, 1895-1900; 
Parkman, 1900-05; Turner, 1905-08; Acting Pastor, Sabattu-s 1910-15; 
Gen. Sec. Maine S. S. Assoc, 1877-84; Res., Auburn, Me. 

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CHARLES LEONIDAS CLAY, A.B., A.M., 1871. Born, Andover, N. H., 
Oct. 9, 1844. Teacher, St. Johnsbury, Vt., 1869-72; Holbrook, Mass., 
1872-73; Grafton, 1874-76; Whitinsville, 1876-77; Watertown, 1879- 
81; Mfr., Littleton, N. H., 1881-95; Supt. of Schools, Harvard, Mass., 
1895-1910; North Dana, Mass., 1910-15; retired; Res., Littleton, N. H. 

*JOHN BLAKE CLOUGH, A.B., A.M., 1871. Born, Danbury, N. H., 
Feb. 22, 1846. Asst. U. S. Dist. Attorney, 1873-86; from 1886, Clerk 
U. S. Dist. and Circuit Courts, Memphis, Tenn.; died, Roxbury, Mass., 
Jan. 13, 1904, aged 57. 

*GEORGE WESTON DAVIS, A.B., A.M., 1871. Born, Alfred Me., Dec. 
23, 1838. Newton Theol. Inst., 1871; Pastor, So. Amesbury, Mass., 
1871-74; Act. Pastor, Rowley, 1874-75; Antrim, N. H., 1875-76; 
Orange, Mass., 1876-80; Chicopee, 1880-90; Biddeford, 1891-94; Wales, 
Mass., 1894-98; died. So. Waterboro, Me., Aug. 20, 1898, aged 59. 

REUBEN WESLEY DUNN, A.B., A.M., 1880. Born, Fayette, Me., 
Feb. 8, 1847. Prin. East Corinth Acad., 1868-70; business agent, 
1870-86; Merchant, 1886-91; Pres. Madison Woden Co., 1894-98; 
1917- ; Director Lockwood Co., 1873-98; Pres. Somerset R. R., 1897- 
1907; Mgr., Dunn Edge Tool Co., 1897-1916; Director Cascade W. Mill, 
1883- ; Director, Central Maine Power Co., 1910- ; Member Board 
of Educa., Waterville; Trustee, Colby Col., 1910- ; Waterville, Me. 

*HENRY CARLTON HALLOWELL, A.B., A.M., 1871; M.D., Hahne- 
mann Med. Coll., Chicago, 1887. Born, Bangor, Me., Nov. 12, 1847. 
Prin. High School, Methuen, Mass., and Chicopee Falls, Mass., and 
then of Collins Sch., Gloucester, Mass., to 1880; with Chas. Scribner's 
Sons, N. Y., 1880-81; Cashier Solomon Valley Bank, Solomon City, 
Kan., 1881-84; Real Estate and Loan Agent, Topeka, Kan., 1885; 
Physician, Auburn, Me. 1887-89; Quincy, Mass., 1889-12; died Quincy, 
Mass., April 13, 1912, aged 65. 

HENRY MALCOLM HOPKINSON, A.B. Born, New Sharon, Me., Feb. 
1, 1840. Private 16th Me. Vols.; Newton Theol. Inst., 1871; Mission- 
ary, Am. Bapt. Miss Union, Bassein, Burma, 1871-76; Pastor, Halifax, 
Vt., 1877-79; W. Wardsboro, Vt., 1879-84; Lebanon, Me., 1884-86; 
Perkinsville, Vt., 1886-99; Westford, Vt., 1899-1907; So. Acworth, N. 
H., 1907-14; Retired; Res., West Wardsboro, Vt. 

EDMUND FRANKLIN MERRIAM, A.B., A.M., 1877, D.D., 1902. Born, 
East Winthrop, Me., Jan. 26, 1847. In business. New York, 1868-76; 
Newton Theol. Inst, 1879; Pastor, Livermore, Falls, Me., 1879-80; 
Editor Baptist Missionary Magazine, 1880-1901; Editor The Watch- 
ma)i, Boston, Mass., 1901-13; Editor Watchman-Examiner, 1913-16; 
Retired; Author: American Baptist Missionary Union and its Missio7is 
(1897); History of American Baptist Missions (1900); Res., 19 
University Road, Brookline, Mass. 

*DAVID PALMER, A.B. Born, Grafton, Vt., Jan. 4, 1S41. Newton 
Theol. Inst, 1868-71; ordained, 1872; Pastor, W. Wardsboro, Vt., 1871- 

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74; W. Dummerston, 1874-75; E. Poultney, Vt., 1877-SO; Adamsville, 
N. Y., 1881-84; Ellendale, No. Dak., 1886-87; died, Ludden, No. Dak., 
Nov. 3, 1906, aged 65. 

EDWIN SUMNER SMALL, A.B. Born, St. George, Me., April 3, 1848. 
Asst. High Sch., Portland, Me., 1868-70; Newton Theol. Inst., 1873; 
Pastor, Cherryfield, Me., 1873-74; Mass. Inst. Tech., 1874; Brunswick, 
1875-80; Livermore Falls, 1880-90; Real Estate and Insurance, Mel- 
rose and Boston, Mass.; Alderman, Melrose, Mass., 1900-02; Pres. 
Melrose Bd. Trade, etc.; Author History of Boivdoiyiham Ass'n. 

JULIAN DANIEL TAYLOR, A.B., A.M., 1871; LL.D., 1900. Born, 
Winslow, Me., Jan. 29, 1846. Tutor, 1868-73; Prof. Latin Language 
and Literature, Colby College, 1873-1918; Taylor Prof. Latin Lan- 
guage and Literature, 1918- ; Dir. and Vice-Pres., Ticonic Natl Bank; 
Waterville, Me. 

*FREDERIC AUGUSTUS WALDRON, A.B., A.M., 1871. Born, Buck- 
field, Me., April, 6, 1841. From 1871, Lawyer, Waterville, Me.; died, 
Waterville, Me., Dec. 19, 1896, aged 55. 

15— *8 

CLASS OF 1869 

♦NICHOLAS NOYES ATKINSON, A.B., A.M., 1872. Born, West 
Minot, Me., April 4, 1848. Newton Theol. Inst., 1869-71; Prin. New . 
London Acad., N. H., 1872-74; Mining Broker, Colo., 1878-92; died, 
West Minot, Me., Aug. 23, 1900, "aged 52. 

*ISAAC BRITTON, A.B. Born, Winslow, Me., Sept. 18, 1847. Mer- 
chant, Portland, Me., 1868-70; Tanner, Bucksport, Me.; Me. House of 
Rep., 1897-99; died, Bangor, Me., March 21, 1906, aged 59. 

*CHARLES WESLEY CHASE, A.B. Born, Unity, Me., Aug. 13, 1841. 
From 1872, Lawyer, Kansas City, Mo.; died, Kansas City, Sept. 18, 
1908, aged 67. 

*GILMAN CLARK FISHER, A.B., A.M., 1890. Born, Francestown, N. 
H., July 12, 1841. Prin. High Sch., Castine, Me., 1869-70; Plymouth, 
Mass., 1870; For Corr., Springfield Republican, 1870-73; Prin. High 
and Gram. Sch., Swampscott, Mass., 1873-75; West Gram. Sch., Maiden, 
1875-78; For. Corr. Boston Journal, 1878; Prin. Sawyer Gram Sch., 
Dover, N. H., 1879; Supt. Schools, Dover, 1879-82; Supt. Weymouth, 
Mass., 1882-90; Muskegon, Mich., 1890-92; Pawtucket, R. I., 1892-98; 
Great Harrington, Mass., 1898-1904; Danbury, Conn., 1904-06; died, 
Muskegon, Mich., Sept. 25, 1919, aged 78; Author of Teacher's ManKal 
in Primanj Arithmetic (1880); Essentials of Geography. 

^ABRAHAM WILLARD JACKSON, A.B., A.M., 1898, D.D., 1901, B.D., 
Harvard, 1872. Born, Portland, Me., April 7, 1843. Private, 8th Me. 
Vols., 1861-62; Sergt. Major 1st S. C. Vols., 1862; Lt. and Capt. 33d 
U. S. Vols., 1865; Pastor, Unit. Soc, Petersboro, N. H., 1873-81; Santa 
Barbara, Cal., 1881-88 ; Lecturer on the Philosophy of Religion, Mead- 



Graduates — Men 1870 

ville Theol. School, Pa., 1893-94; in literary pursuits, Melrose, Mass., 
1894-1911; died, Melrose, Mass., April 24, 1911, aged 68; Author of 
The Immanent God (1889) ; The Scientific Study of Literature (1889) ; 
James Martineau, a Biography and Study, (1900). 

CHARLES HOLT KIMBALL, A.B., A. M., 1872. Born, Pembroke, N. 
H., Nov. 5, 1841. Prin. High Sch., and City Supt. Schools, Los 
Angeles, Cal., 1876-80; wood and coal business, Haverhill, Mass.; 
Denver, Colo.; Soldiers' Home, Calif. 

•■'EPHRAIM WOOD NORWOOD, A.B., A.M., 1872; M.D., Harvard, 1882. 
Born, Camden, Me., Aug. 28, 1846. Prin. Hitchcock Free High Sch., 
Brimfield, Mass., 1869-79; Physician, Spencer, Mass., 1882-1913; died, 
Spencer, Mass., Sept. 11, 1913, aged 67. 

EDWARD STEWART RAWSON, A.B. Born, Rumford Point, Me., 
March 9, 1848; Ad., Rumford Point, Me. 

*JUSTIN KENT RICHARDSON, A.B., D.D., 1898. Born, Pownal, Me., 
Dec. 12, 1843. Private 23d Me. Vols., 1862; 1st Lt., Capt., and Bvt. 
Major 30th Me. Vols., 1864; Newton Theol. Inst., 1872; Pastor, Maple- 
wood, Mass., 1872-75; Editor Vermont Baptist, 1879-91; Pastor, Rut- 
land, Vt., 1875-83; East Boston, Mass., 1883-86; Brockton, 1886-1900; 
Des Moines, la., 1900-03; President, Des Moines Coll., 1903-04; Real 
Estate, etc., Denver, Colo., 1904-15; died, Denver, Colo., Feb. 20, 1915, 
aged 71 ; Author of Twelve Vieivs of Heaven; Brockton's Perils (1890) . 

*HOWARD CHANDLER ROWE, A.B., A.M., 1872. Born, New Glouces- 
ter, Me., Jan. 13, 1846. Instr. Ottawa Univ., 1870; Acting Pastor, 
North Reading, Mass., 1874; died, New Gloucester, Me., Aug. 21, 1875, 
aged 29. 

*WARREN AUGUSTUS SMITH, A.B. Born, Litchfield, Me., March 13, 
1847. Prin. Corinna Acad., Me., 1869; died, Corinna, Me., Aug. 31, 
1869, aged 22. 

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CLASS OF 1870 

CHARLES HENRY CUMSTON, A.B., A.M., 1873; M.D., Columbia, 1877. 
Born, Monmouth, Me., Nov. 27, 1848. Sub-Master, Eng. High Sch., 
Boston, Mass., 1870-74; from 1877, Physician, Brunswick, Me. 

FREDERIC HOWARD EVELETH, A.B., D.D., 1898. Born, Durham, 
Me., March 21, 1843. Newton Theol. Inst., 1873; ordained, 1873; 
Missionary, Am. Bapt. Miss. Union, Toungoo, Burma, 1873-85; Ran- 
goon, 1886-90; Sandoway, 1890-96; Theol. Sem., Insein, Burma, 1896- 
1914; Schenectady, N. Y.; Author: (all in Burmese), Old Testa- 
ment Biographical Sketches, Illustrated, (1886) ; Notes on Gospel of 
John, (1908) ; Preparation and Delivery of Sermons, (a translation), 
(1896) ; Manual of Christian Theology, (a translation), (1906) ; Joint- 
author with F. D. Phinney of Pocket Dictionary, (1887) ; Revised, 
Burmese-English Dictionary, (1914) , and English-Burmese Dictionui-y, 
(1919) ; Revised, Pocket Dictionary, (1919) ; Ad., Schenectady, N. Y. 

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*GEORGE LLEWELLYN FARNUM, A.B., LL.B., Albany, 1873. Born, 
Runiford, Me., Feb. 9, 1844. Private, 11th Mass. Vols, to 1864; Teach- 
er, Ellsworth and Augusta, Me., 1870-72; Lawyer, Norway, from 1873; 
died, Rumford Centre, Me., June 18, 1877, aged 33. 

ALFRED EBEN MEIGS, A.B., A.M., 1873. Born, So. China, Me., April 
21, 1847. Asst. Ed. Bangor Whig and Courier, 1872-80; Night Editor 
New Haven Palladium, 1880-84; Night Editor and Business Manager, 
Omaha Bee, 1884-85; Manager Western Newspaper Union, Detroit, 
Mich., 1885-1916; Secy. Bd. of Control, Michigan Home and Training 
School; Ad., Detroit, Mich. 

HARRINGTON PUTNAM, A.B., 1875; LL.D., 1906; LL.B., Columbia, 
1876; LL.D., Middlebury, 1911. Born, Shrewsbury, Mass., June 29, 
1851. Lawyer, New York City, from 1876; Justice Supreme Court of 
State of New York from 1909, designated of Appellate Div., 1913; 
Civil Service Commissioner, City of Brooklyn, 1888-93: Lecturer on 
Maritime Law, College of Law, Cornell Univ.; Pres. American Alpine 
Club, 1912-14; Res., 404 Washing-ton, Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

EDWARD PAYSON ROBERTS, A.B. Born, Waterboro, Me., Dec. 2, 
1844. Newton Theol. Inst, 1873; Pastor, Springvale, Me., 1873-75; 
Sandusky, 0., 1876-79; Cincinnati, 1881-87, and 1890-92; Res., 3050 
McHenry Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

ERASTUS MELVILLE SHAW, A.B. Born, Albion, Me., Oct. 14, 1842. 
Sixteenth Me. Vols., 1863-65; Newton Theol. Inst, 1873; Pastor, 
Antrim, N. H., 1873-79; Beverly Farms, Mass., 1881-84; Retired as 
result of disabilities contracted in the army; Res., 106 West 84th St., 
New York City. 

CHARLES RENDOL WHIDDEN, A.B., 1874. Born, Calais, Me., Oct 5, 
1849. Ed. and Prop'r. Calais Times; Depy. Collector of Customs, 
1887; Calais, Me. 



CLASS OF 1871 

SCOTTO HEDGE BLEWETT, A.B. Born, Georgetown, Ky., Nov. 28, 
1850. Teacher, St. Louis Sem., Mo., 1871-72; Smithton, 1872-74; Supt. 
Sch., Boonville, 1874-75; Publisher's Agt., 1875-77; Asst. High Sch., 
St Louis, 1877-78; Prin. Bates Sch., 1878-79; Prin. Franklin Sch., 
1879-82; Prin. Stoddard Sch., 1882-87; since 1887, in business, St 
Louis, Mo. 

*FRED IRVING CAMPBELL, A.B. Born, Cherryfield, Me., Feb. 24, 
1850. Prin. Cherryfield Acad., 1871-72; Calais Acad., 1872; Adm. to 
the Bar, 1882; County Attorney, 1890-1900; Maine House Reps., 1903; 
Lawyer, Cherryfield; died, Machias, Me., Jan. 17, 1908, aged 57. 

CHARLES WILBERT FOSTER, A.B., M.D., Detroit, 1875. Born, Unity, 
Me., April 29, 1850; Physician, Portland, Me., 1875; Auburn, Me., 
1875-76; Deering (Portland), Me., 1876-. 



Graduates — Men 1872 

ALBANUS KIMBALL GURNEY, A.B. Born, Cumberland, Me., May 
29, 1845. Newton TheoL Inst., 1874; ordained, 1874; Missionary, from 
1874, Am. Bapt. Miss. Union, Sibsagor; Dibrugarg, Assam, India; 
Translated the Old Testament into Assamese; Ad., San Jose, Calif. 

*DELWIN AUGUSTUS HAMLIN, A.B., A.M., 1874. Born, Sidney, Me., 
Feb. 2, 1846. Sub-Master, Lawrence Sch., Boston, Mass.; died, Allston, 
Mass., May 25, 1893, aged 47. 

*WILLIAM LIBBEY, A.B., A.M., 1874 Born, Westboro, Mass., April 
11, 1839. Private, 20th Me. Vols., 1862-65; Newton Theol. Inst, 1874; 
Pastor, Wilton, N. H., 1874-79; Sutton, 1879-85; from 1885, Ashfield, 
Mass.; died, So. Ashfield, Mass., Aug. 18, 1894, aged 55. 

*WALTER FORREST MARSTON, A.B., A.M., 1874. Born, Danville, 
Me., July 6, 1849. Teacher, 1871-78; Editor and Prop'r. Hallowell 
Register, Hallowell, Me., 1878-1908; Member Me. LegisL, 1887; Trustee 
Storer Coll., W. Va., 1901-05; died, Hallowell, Me., Feb. 5, 1915, 
aged 65. 

*WILLIS BRONSON MATHEWS, A.B., A.M., 1879. Born, Liberty, 
Me., Aug. 26, 1849. Prin. High Sch., Ellsworth, Me., 1871-72; in 
business, Elmira, N. Y., St. Paul, Minn., and Lewiston, Me.; Prin. High 
Sch., Thomaston, Me., 1877-83; Publisher's Agent, Boston, Mass.; 
died, Syracuse, N. Y., April 22, 1892, aged 42. 

GEORGE STRATTON PAINE, A.B. Born, Winslow, Me., Dec. 29, 1849. 
Teacher, Waltham, 111., 1871-72; Newcastle, Cal., 1872-73; St. Joseph, 
Mich., 1873-75; Adm. to the Bar, 1875; Lawyer, Ottawa, 111., 1876-84; 
U. S. Commr., 1883-84; Farmer, Winslow, Me. 

*CHARLES HOWARD STURGIS, A.B. Born, Cherryfield, Me., April 
21, 1851. Dep'y. Collector and Inspector of Customs, 1883-87; Book- 
keeper, Cherryfield, Me.; died, Ellsworth, Me., 1909. 

*ARTHUR NASH WILLEY, A.B. Born, Cherryfield, Me., Feb. 6, 1850. 
Insurance Agent, Cherryfield, Me., 1872-84; Carpenter; died. Dexter, 
Me., Oct. 26, 1907, aged 57. 

*FRED MORSE WILSON, A.B., M.D., Harvard, 1875. Born, Hebron, 
Me., Dec. 8, 1850. Physician, Waterville, Me., 1875-80; and Instr. in 
Gymnastics, Colby, 1875-78; Bridgeport, Conn., 1879-1917; Director 
and Pres., Bridgeport Hospital; died, Ancon, Panama, Dec. 30, 1917, 
aged 67. 



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CLASS OF 1872 



JOHN HARRIS BARROWS, A.B. Born, Leeds, Me., Feb. 14, 1851. 
Newton Theol. Inst., 1875; Pastor, Marblehead, Mass., 1875-78; So. 
Boston, 1878-79; Marlboro, 1880-83; Warren, Me., 1883-87; Buckfield, 
1887-89; Tenant's Harbor, 1889-92; Yarmouth, 1892-98; Brewer, 1898- 
1903; Marblehead, Mass., 1903-13; Bolton, 1913-18; Retired; Author, 
Centennial History Baptist Church, Yarmouth, Me., (1897); Centen- 



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nial History Baptist Church, Mnrblehead, Mass., (1910) ; Res., Marble- 
head, Mass. 

ELIHU BURRITT HASKELL, A.B. Born, Guilford, Me., May 15, 1848. 
Newton TheoL Inst, 1875; Pastor, Rockland, Me., 1875-78; Sauk 
Centre, Minn., 1878-80 ; Fargo, No. Dak., 1880-8.3 ; Hope Valley, R. I., 
1884-90; Worcester, Mass., 1890-93; Andover, 189.3-94; Horticulture, 
Southbridge, Mass., 1895-1919; Retired; Res., Sturbridge, Mass, (P. 0. 
Southbridge) . 

THOMAS GOULD LYONS, A.B., A.M., 1875. Born, New Brunswick, 
June 21, 1840. Private, 1st Me. Cav., 1861-62; 16th Me. Vols., 1864-65; 
Pastor, Monmouth, Me., 1872-74; Bryant's Pond, 1874-77; St. George, 
1878-80; Bluehill, 1880-82; Lisbon Falls, 1882-83; Friendship, 1884-88; 
Nobleboro, 1888-91; Middlebury, Vt., 1891-94; So. Chelmsford, Mass., 
1894-97; in business, Lowell, Mass. 

HOWARD ROGERS MITCHELL, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me., July 16, 
1850. Newton Theol. Inst, 1875; Pastor, Oskaloosa, Iowa, 1875-76; 
Pella, 1876-78; Hinsdale, N. H., 1879-80; Conway, Mass., 1880-85; 
Huntington, 1885-88; No. Uxbridge, 1888-89; Dover, Me., 1891-96; 
Livermore Falls, 1897-98; Florist, Waterville, Me., 1898-1906; Asso. 
Editor Waterville Mail, 1906-07;; Nursery stock, 1907-15; Supt. 
Burials, Waterville, 1915-17; Solicitor, Waterville Soitinel, 1917- ; 
School Bd., Conway, Mass., 1881-85; Waterville City Council, 1901-02; 
Author, The Lord's Supper—What do the Scriptures Teach (1879). 

WILDER WASHINGTON PERRY, A.B., A.M., 1887. Born, Lincoln- 
ville. Me., Nov. 24, 1848. Insurance Agent, Editor and Prop'r. Cam- 
den Herald, 1874-82; Editor Portland Herald, 1890; Real Estate, Cam- 
den, Me., 1882-92; Salesman, Houghton Mifflin Co., 1892-1917; Com- 
missioner, World's Fair, Vienna, 1873; Repr. Me. Legisl., 1879, 1880; 
Chairman Prohibition State Com., 1890; Author: Why A Baptist? 
(1912) ; Res., Camden, Me. 

*ALFRED SWEETSER STOWELL, A.B. Born, Wakefield, Mass., June 
1, 1850. Newton Theol. Inst, 1872-75; Pastor, Salem, N. H., 1875-80; 
Derry, 1880-89; Montville, Conn., 1889-96; Berlin, N. H., 1896-1907; 
Bristol, R. I., 1907-14; No. Egremont, Mass., 1914-15; died. No. 
Egremont, Mass., March 7, 1915, aged 64. 

*HORACE WAYLAND TILDEN, A.B., A.M., 1875; D.D., 1892. Born, 
Chesterville, Me., Dec. 22, 1841. Private 11th Me. Vols., 1863-66; 
Newton Theol. Inst., 1875; Pastor, Augusta, Me., 1875-84; Hyde 
Park, Mass., 1884-89; Des Moines, Iowa, 1890-98; Jacksonville, 111., 
1898-99; Livermore Falls, Me., 1899-1903; Pierre, So. Dak., 1904-05; 
Dillon, Mont., 1905-07; Brookings, So. Dak., 1910-15; Dillon, :\Iont., 
1915-16; died, Dillon, Mont., Oct 11, 1916, aged 74. 

LOUIS ALBERT WHEELER, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me., Sept 24, 
1841. Sec'y Kennebec Framing Co., Fairfield, Me. ; Asst. Cashier, 



Graduates— Men 1873 

Nat. Bank, Atchison, Kan., 1887-91; in lumber business, Bartlett, N. 
H., and Boston, Mass.; Ad., Long Beach, Calif. 

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CLASS OF 1873 

NATHANIEL BUTLER, Jr., A.B., A.M., 1876; D.D., 1895; LL.D., 190.3. 
Born, Eastport, Me., May 22, 1853. Assoc. Prin. Ferry Hall Female 
Coll., Lake Forest, 111., 1873-76; Asst. Prin., Highland Hall Coll. for 
Women, Highland Park., 111., 1876-79; and Prin. 1880-84; Master Yale 
Sch. for Boys, Chicago, 1879-80; ordained, 1884; Prof. Rhet. and Eng. 
Lit., Univ. of Chicago, 1884-86; Prof, of Latin, 1886-89; and Prof. 
Eng., 1889-92, Univ. of 111.; Acting Dir. Univ. Extension Div., 1893-94; 
Extension Asso. Prof, and Director of Univ. Extension, Univ of Chi- 
cago, 1892-95; President of Colby College, 1895-1901; Prof, of Educa- 
tion and Director of Co-operative work, 1901- ; Dean Coll. of Educa., 
1905-09; Dean University Coll., 1916- ; Univ. of Chicago; Author: 
Bellum Helvitinmi; articles on Continuous University Sessions, and 
University Extension in Cyclopaedia of Education, 1913; articles in 
various periodicals, etc.; Res., 1217 E. 56th St., Chicago, 111. 

*LEVI HOYT CLEMENT, A.B. Born, Rome, Me., Nov. 4, 1846. Instr. 
Franklin Sch., Topsham, Me., 1873-74; Lawyer, Boston, Mass., 1875- 
1902; retired, Brooklyn, N. ¥.; Deceased. 

*FRED FULLER, A.B., M.D. Harvard, 1879. Born, Corinth, Me., 
April 22, 1851. Prin. Presque Isle Acad., Me., 1873; High Sch., 
Methuen, Mass., 187.3-75; from 1880, Physician, Brooklyn, N. Y.; died, 
Manitou Springs, Colo., Nov. 27, 1891, aged 40. 

AUGUSTUS HILL KELLEY, A.B., A.M., 1876. Born, Frankfort, Me., 
Jan. 25, 1851. Prin. High Sch., Eastport, Me., 1873-75; Belfast, 1875- 
82; Sub-Master, Chapman Sch., Boston, Mass., 1882-88; Masteir 
Lyman Sch., Boston, Mass., 1888-1912; Master, U. S. Grant Sch., 1912- 
Director, 1890-, and Pres., 1915-, Boston Teachers' Mutual Benefit 
Assn; Author of Heath's Complete School Record; joint author with 
L. Dunton, of Inductive Course in English, 3 vols., (1900-04), and A 
Graded Course in English, 3 vols., (1911) ; with H. L. Mor.se of The 
Natural Speller, 2 vols., (1909, 1912); Ad., 57 Montview St., West 
Roxbury, Mass. 

*FRANK HERBERT PARLIN, A.B., A.M., 1876; LL.B., Harvard, 1879. 
Born, East Winthrop, Me., May 23, 1851. Adm. to the Bar, 1882; 
East Winthrop, Me.; died, Hallowell, Me., Oct. 10, 1907, aged 56. 

•'JOHN HERBERT PHILBRICK, A.B., A.M., 1876. Born, Waterville, 
Me., July 12, 1853. U. S. Mil. Acad., 1877; 2d Lieut. 11th U. S. Inf., 
1877; Act. Asst. Prof. Mod. Lang., U. S. Mil. Acad., West Point, N. 
Y., 1879-80; 1st Lieut. 11th U. S. Inf., 1886; died, Sackett's Harbor, 
N. Y., July 24, 1890, aged 37. 

GEORGE MARTIN SMITH, A.B., A.M., 1877. Born, Belgrade, Me., 
May 30, 1847. Prin. High Sch., Natick, Mass., 1873-76; Prin. Lit. 

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and Theol. Inst., Fairfax, Vt, 1877-78; Prin. Somerset Acad., N. Y., 
1878-80; Prin. High Sch., Holbrook, Mass., 1880-85; Prin. Manning 
Sch., Ipswich, 1888-89; Student, Giessen Univ., Ger., 1889-91; Prin. 
Canton Union Sch., 1891; Prof. Greek, Univ. of So. Daliota, 1891-99; 
and of Mod. Lang., 1899- ; Vermillion, So. Dakota. 
JEFFERSON TAYLOR, A.B., A.M., 1876. Born, Vassalboro, Me., Sept. 

22, 1848. Prin. High Sch., Skowhegan, Me., 1873-87; Prin. High Sch., 
Waterville, 1887-89; Rockland, 1889-91; English and History, Chaffey 
Prep. Sch., Ontario, Cal., 1891-97; Supt. of Sch., and Prin. High Sch., 
Ontario, Cal., 1897-1914; Librarian, 1914-; Res., 419 W. E. St., 
Ontario, Calif. 

*DAVID WEBSTER, A.B. Born, Milford, Mass., March 16, 1851. New- 
ton Theo. Inst., 1876; ordained, 1876; Missionary Am. Bapt. Miss. 
Union, Moulmein, Burma, 1877-83; Phapun, 1883-85; Chung Mai, 
Siam, 1885-87; Pastor, Woodstock, Vt., 1890-96; Lebanon, Me., 1897- 
1900; Goodwin's Mills, 1901-03; died. West Rockport, Me., April 4, 
1904, aged 53. 

CLARENCE PERCIVAL WESTON, A.B. Born, Bloomfield, Me., Aug. 

23, 1845. Teacher, Maiden, Mass., 1873; since 1875, Lawyer, Boston, 
Mass. 

10— * 5 
CLASS OF 1874 

ALBERT BARNEY ALLEN, A.B., A.M., 1886. Born, Skowhegan, Me., 
May 17, 1844. Prin. High Sch., Waldoboro, Me., 1874-76; Prin. 
Wilton Acad., 1876-77; Instructor, Business Coll., Augusta, 1877-78; 
Prin. High Sch., Fairfield, 1878-79; Editor Fairfield Journal, 1879-84; 
Prin. Eaton Sch., Norridgewock, 1884-86; Westbrook Sem., 1886-92; 
Prin. High Sch., Farmington, N. H., 1893-97; Supt. Schools, Wilton, 
Me., 1898-1902; Trial Justice, 1905- ; Res., Wilton, Me. 

♦ABRAHAM BARKER GATES, A.B., A.M., 1877; M.D., Harvard, 1880. 
Born, East Vassalboro, Me., May 12, 1854. Prin. High Sch., Cherry- 
field, Me., 1875-77; Univ. Vienna, and Berlin, 1880-81; Physician, 
Minneapolis, Minn., 1881-1915; City Physician, 1883-84; Prof, of 
Obstetrics, Univ. of Minn., Minneapolis, Minn., 1885-1915; Obstetric 
surgeon. Northwestern Hospital, and Maternity Homo; died, Clear- 
water, Minn., June 9, 1915, aged 61. 

WILLIAM HUNT KELLEY, A.B., .A..M., 1881. Born, Liberty, Me., 
Dec. 16, 1855. Prin. Grammar Sch., W. Waterville, Me., 1875-76; 
adm. to the Bar, 1877; Prin. High Sch., Brownville, 1877-78; High 
Sch., So. Thomaston, 1878-79; High Sch., Cherryfield, 1879-80; Lin- 
coln Acad., Newcastle, 1880-81; Lawyer, Warren, Mass., 1882-1902; 
So. Manchester, Conn. 

HORACE WILSON STEWART, A.B. Born, Hartland, Me., Feb. 24, 
1852. .\dm. to the Bar, 1875; Lawyer; Judge Municipal Court, 
Waterville, Me., 1880-92; Camden, Me. 

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*THEODORE FRELINGHUYSEN WHITE, A.B. Born, Columbia, Me., 
April 1, 1846. Ordained, 1872; Pastor, Dexter, Me., 1874-75; Newton 
Theol. Inst., 1879; Pastor, Ellsworth, Me., 1878-83; Bath, 1883-94; 
Bar Harbor, 1894-98 ; died, Brunswick, Me., Jan. 23, 1899, aged 52. 

CHARLES EMERY WILLIAMS, A.B., A.M., 1877; M.D., Columbia, 
1883. Born, Waterville, Me., Jan. 30, 1857; Asst. Houlton Acad., Me., 
1875-80; Physician, Houlton, Me. 

CHARLES EMERSON YOUNG, A.B. Born, Corinna, Me., Dec. 2, 1846. 
Newton Theol. Inst., 1877; Pastor, Mt. Vernon, Me., 1877-81; Caribou, 
1881-92; Missionary, United Bapt. Conv., West Enfield, Me., 1881- 
1919; Pastor, Hallowell, Me., 1919-. 

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CLASS OF 1875 

EDWARD JOHN COLCORD, A.B., A.M., 1896; Litt.D., 1915. Born, 
Parsonsfield, Me., July 28, 1849. Prin. High Sch., Beverly, Mass., 
1876-78; Newton Theol Inst, 1881; Pastor, Amherst, N. H., 1881-83; 
Prof. Lang, and Hist., Vermont Acad., Saxton's River, Vt., 1883-89; 
Prof. Greek, Latin and Math., Benedict Coll., Columbia, S. C, 1889-90; 
Lang. Hist, and Eng. Lit., No. Granville, N. Y., and Rutland, Vt., 
1890-91; Prin. Delaware Lit. Inst., 1891-92; Prin. Rutland, Vt. High 
Sch., 1892-95; Prof. History, State Coll. of Pa., 1895-97; Hist, and 
English, High Sch., Newark, N. J., 1897-1903; Prin. Academic Dept., 
Heffley High Sch., Brooklyn, N. Y.; Res., 244 Madison St., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 

LESLIE COLBY CORNISH, A.B., A.M., 1878; LL.D., 1904, and Bowdoin, 
1918. Born, Winslow, Me., Oct. 8, 1854. Prin. Hdgh Sch., Peterboro, 
N. H., 1875-77; Repr. Me. Legisl., 1878; Adm. to the Bar, 1880; chair- 
man State Bd. Bar Examiners, 1899-1907; Assoc. Justice, Supreme 
Court of Me., 1907-17, and Chief Justice, 1917- ; Trustee Colby Coll., 
1888- ; and Sec'y, 1891-1907, and chairman, 1907- ; Trustee Coburn 
Clas. Inst., 1901- ; Trustee, Augusta Sav. Bank, 1892-, and Pres., 
1905- ; Trustee, Lithgow Pub. Lib., 1880- and Pres., 1904- ; Dir. Amer. 
Unitarian Ass'n., 1904-13, 1919- ; Res., Augusta, Me. 

*JOHN HOSMER COX, A.B. Born, Freedom, N. H., Dec. 3, 1848. 
Co. E, 23d Mass. Inf., 1864-65; Ne\rton Theol. Inst., 1875-77, 1880-81; 
Pastor, Camden, Me., 1878-80; Athol, Mass., 1881-87; in business, 
1887-92; Pastor, Merrimac, Mass., 1892-95; Lexington, 1895-1901; 
West Townsend, 1907-10; in business, 1910-14; died, Brookline, Mass., 
April 4, 1914, aged 65. 

WILLIAM GOLDTHWAITE, A.B., A.M., 1878. Born, Vassalboro, Me., 
Nov. 21, 1844. 33d Iowa Inf., 1862-65; Prin. Simonds High Sch., 
Warner, N. H., 1876-80; San Mateo In.st., Fla., 1880-83; Prin. Goshen 
Inst, N. Y., 1883-1901; Ad., Chester, Vt 

*CHARLES FRANCIS HALL, A.B. Born, Sebago, Me., April IG, 1850. 

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Vice-Prin. Westbrook, Sem., Me., 1876-78; Lawyer, Boston, Mass., 
1879-1911; died, Boston, Mass., June 6, 1911, aged 61. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON HALL, A.B., A.M., 1878. Born, Hermon, 
Me., Aug. 7, 1850. Adm. to the Bar, 1877; Lawyer, Bangor, Me., 
1877-80; Austin, Minn., 1881-83; Examiner, Civil Service Com., Wash- 
ing-ton, D. C. 

*GEORGE BASSETT HOWARD, A.B., A.M., 1882; M.D., Univ. of N. 
Y., 1880. Born, Winslow, Me., Jan. 11, 1850. Physician, Waterville, 
Me., 1880-92; died, Waterville, Me., Nov. 13, 1893, aged 43. 

HENRY HUDSON, A.B. Born, Guilford, Me., March 19, 1851. Lawyer, 
Dover, Me., 1875-77; Guilford, Me., 1877-; County Commissioner, 
1882-83; Res., Guilford, Me. 

CYRUS KNAPP MERRIAM, A.B., A.M., 1882; M.D., Univ. of N. Y., 
1879. Born, Houlton, Me., June 29, 1848. Teacher, Lawrence, Mass., 
1875-76; Physician, Lowell, Mass., 1879-80; A. A. Surg-., U. S. A., 
Dept. Columb., 1880-87; Physician, Spokane, Wash., 1888-1916; Staff 
Sacred Heart Hosp., 1888-98; Sec'y Spokane Med. Soc, 1888-90; Pres. 
State Med. Ass'n., 1890-91; Pres., Sec'y, and Dir., several mining 
companies; address, W. 904 7th Ave., Spokane, Wash. 

*GUSTAVUS ISAAC PEAVY, A. B. Born, Waterville, Me., Nov. 16, 
1856. Adm. to the Bar, 1877; of fii-m,.Peavy Brothers, Clothing, 
Boston, Mass.; died, Boston, Mass., April 16, 1917, aged 60. 

EDWARD ANDREW READ, A.B., A.M., 1878; D.D., Ohio Northern 
Univ., 1910. Born, Norton, Mass., April 27, 1852. Ne-wton Theol. 
Inst., 1878; Pastor, Readsboro, Vt., 1879-81; Needham, Mass., 1881- 
83; Prof. Greek and Rhet., Clermont Acad., O., 1883-87; Pastor, Ame- 
lia, O., 1887-89; Wauseon, 1889-92; Wooster, 1892-96; Dayton, 1897- 
1900; Martin's Feriy, 1900-06; Sec'y Bapt. Young Peoples' Union of 
Ohio, Granville, 0., 1906-10; Field Sec'y B. Y. P. U. of America, 
Granville, O., 1911; Pastor, Springfield, O., 1912-16; Res., Muskogee, 
Okla. 

*SAMUEL AUSTIN READ, A.B., A.M., 1878. Born, Scituate, R. I., 
Sept. 19, 1850. Newton Theol. Inst., 1878; Pastor, No. Stratford, N. 
H., 1878-80; Act. Pastor, West Brattleboro, Vt., 1881; Pastor, Burke, 
N. Y., 1882; Passumsic, Vt., 1883-85; Fiskdale, Mass., 1885-89; Aga- 
wam, 1889-99; Springfield, 1899-1910; died. Spring-field, Mass., Aug. 
11, 1913, aged 62. 

EDWARD HAWES SMILEY, A.B., A. M., 1878; LL.D., 1905. Born, 
Winslow, Me., Aug. 17, 1852. Prin. High Sch., Waterville, Me., 1876- 
84; Classical Teacher, High Sch., Springfield, Mass., 1884-90; Vice- 
Prin. Public High Sch., Hartford, Conn., 1890-95; Principal, 1895- 
1911; Prin. Emeritus, 1911-. 

HERBERT TILDEN, A.B., A.M., 1878; D.D., Des Moines, 1909. Born, 
Chesterville, Me., June 18, 1850. Prin. Black River Acad., Ludlow, 
Vt., 1875-76; Pastor, Lamoine, Me., 1876-79; Bar Harbor, 1879-80; 

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Graduates — Men 1876 

Sedg-wick, 188Q-83; Newton Theol. Inst., 1883-84; Pastor, Old Town, 
1885-86; Farmington, 1886-92; Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 1892-99; Wilton, 
Me., 1902-03; Sanford, 1903-06; Fargo, No. Dakota; Hebron, Me., 
1912-15; Manchester, N. H., 1918-19; Inst. Biblical Literature, Hebron 
Acad., 1912-15; Ad., Farmington, Me. 
JOSIAH ODIN TILTON, A.E., A.M., 1879; M.D., Univ. of N. Y., 1882. 
Born, Limerick, Me., July 29, 1853. Teaching, Peddie Inst., Hights- 
town, N. J., 1875-76; Matawan Preparatory Sch., Matawan, N. J., 
1876-77; Prin. High Sch., Peterboro, N. H., 1877-79; Physician, Cam- 
bridge, Mass., 1882-83; since 1883, Lexington, Mass.; Memb. Lighting 
Bd., 1 yr. ; chairman Sewer Bd., 10 yrs.; chairman Health Dept., 12 
yrs.; chairman Park Com., 7 yrs.; School Physician, 12 yrs.; U. S. 
Examiner for Draft Div. 31, Mass.; Examiner for Red Cross; Memb. 
Lexington Safety Com., 1917-19. 

• 15— *5 
CLASS OF 1876 

FRED VIRGIL CHASE, A.B., A.M., 1879. Born, Fayette, Me., April 30, 
1851. Instr. Worcester Acad., Mass., 1876-81; Adm. to the Bar, 1883; 
Asst. Co. Attorney, 18§5-1886; Member Me. Legisl., 1899, 1901; Law- 
yer, Portland, Me. 

*ATWOOD CURTIS HALL, A.B. Born, Nobleboro, Me., April 17, 1850. 
Teacher, Vacaville, Cal., 1877-80; with Pacific Furniture Co., San 
Francisco, 1880-84; Teacher and Farmer, Nobleboro, Me., 1884-1902; 
died, Nobleboro, Me., May 5, 1905, aged 55. 

CLEMENT HOWARD HALLOWELL, A.B., M.D., Boston Univ., 1879. 
Born, Bangor, Me., Aug. 13, 1854. Physician, Topeka, Kan., 1880-85; 
Chicago, 111., 1885-93; Brockton, Mass., 1893-1900; Mt. Vernon, N. H., 
1900-1905; Norwood, Mass., 1905- ; Surg. 3d Kans. N. G., 1884; Bd. of 
Health, Norwood, Mass., 1907-13; School Physician, Norwood, 1917- ; 
Res., Norwood, Mass. 

*EDWIN COLLINS LONG, A.B., A.M., 1880. Born, Sedgwick, Me., 
May 13, 1848. Pastor, Milo, Me., 1877-80; Monson, Me., 1880-83; 
Rochester Theol. Sem., 1883-86; Pastor, Painesville, O., 1886-89; 
Manchester, N. Y., 1889-98; in temperance work, Clifton Springs, N. 
Y., 1898-1902; died, Denver, Colo., Aug. 29, 1909, aged 61. 

CLARENCE EDMUND MELENEY, A.B., A.M., 1879; LL.D., 1904. 
Bom, Salem, Mass., Dec. 8, 1853. Prin. Warren Acad., 1876-77; 
Gram. Sch., Marlboro, Mass., 1877-78; Gram. Sch., Quincy, Mass., 
1878-79; Prin. Pub. Sch., No. 2, Yonkers, N. Y., 1879-80; Pnn. Newton 
St. Public Sch., Newark, N. J., 1880-83 Supt. Public Sch., Paterson, 
N. J., 1883-88; Somerville, Mass., 1888-93; Head of Dept. of School 
Supervision, Teacher's Coll., and Member of Faculty of Philosophy, 
Columbia Univ., 1893-96; Asst. Supt. Sch., New York City, 1896-1902; 
Assoc. Supt., 1902- ; Ad., care Bd. Educa., New York City. 

CHARLES ALBERT RUSSELL, A.B., LL.B., Boston Univ., 1878. Born, 
95 



1876 Colby College 

Canton, Mass., March 18. 1855. Lawyer; City Solicitor, 1892-99; 
Gloucester, Mass. 

ALBION WOODBURY SMALL, A.B., A.M., 1879; LL.D., 1900; Ph.D., 
Johns Hopkins Univ., 1889, and Western Reserve Univ. Born, Buck- 
fleld. Me., May 11, 1854. Newton Theol. Inst, 1879; Univ. of Berlin, 
1879-80, and Univ. of Leipzig, 1880-81; Prof, of History and Polit. 
Econ., Colby Univ., 1881-88; Reader in History, Johns Hopkins Univ., 
1888-89 ;President Colby Univ., 1889-92; Head of Dept of Sociology, 
Univ. of Chicago, from 1892, and Dean of the Graduate School of Arts 
and Literature, since 1905; Editor The American Journal of Sociology 
from its founding, 1895; Author of The Beginnings of American 
Nationality (1890); General Sociology (1905); Adam Smith and 
Modern Sociologtj (1907); The Cameralists (1909); The Meaning of 
Social Science (1910) ; Between Erast, from Capitalism to Deinocracy 
(1913) ;. many sociological monographs, etc.; Res., 5053 Blackstone 
Ave., Chicago, 111. 

CHARLES COFFIN TILLEY, A.B. Born, Sidney, Me., Jan. 12, 1850. 
Pastor, Nobleboro, Me., 1876-77; Newton Theol. Inst., 1877-79; Pastor, 
Fairfield, Me., 1879-81; So. St. George, 1881-82; Nobleboro, 1882-84; 
Foxcroft, 1884-86; Lewiston, 1886-91; Bridgeton, N. J., 1891-98; Hyde 
Park, Mass., 1898-1905; Mattapan, Mass., 1905-10; Damariscotta, Me., 
1910-12; Quincy, Mass., 1912-15; Harpswell, 'Me., 1916-18; Jefferson, 
Me., 1918-. 

ANSLEY EZRA WOODSUM, A.B. Born, West Peru, Me., April 2, 
1849. Newton Theol. Inst., 1879; Pastor, Milford, Mass., 1879-82; 
Rockland, Mass., 1882-87; Milford, N. H., 1887-90; Chelsea, Mass., 
1890-92; Lexington, 1892-95; Exeter, N. H., 1895-1914; West Medway, 
Mass., 1914-1919; Rockland, Mass., 1919-. 

9— *2 
CLASS OF 1877 

*WILLIAM HENRY BROWNSON, A.B. Born, Norridgewock, Me., 
Nov. 8, 1854. City Ed. Daily Advertiser, Portland, Me., 1878-1906; 
Supt. Schools, Portland, Me.; died, Portland, Me., Sept. 6, 1909, 
aged 54. 

JOSIAH HAYDEN DRUMMOND, Jr., A.B., A.M., 1880. Born, Water- 
ville. Me., March 5, 1856. Adm. to the Bar, 1879; Repr. Me. Legisl., 
1891; Maine Senate, 1897-99; since 1879, Lawyer, Portland, Me. 

♦JOSEPH HOWARD FILES, A.B. Born, Waterford, Me., April 15, 
1852. Editor Daily Advertiser, Portland, Me., 1878-1903; Editor, 
Portland Press, 1903-1913; died, Portland, Me., March 13, 1913, 
aged 60. 

JOHN MARSHALL FOSTER, A.B., A.M., 1887; D.D., 1903. Born, 
Portland, Me., July 21, 1857. Teaching, 1877-79; Business, 1879-83; 
Newton Theol. Inst., 1887; Missionary, Am. Bapt. Miss. Union, Swa- 
tow, China, 1887-1903; Pres. Vashon Coll., Burton, Wash., 1904-08; 



Graduates — Men 1877 

Miss'y, Swatow, China, 1909- ; Pres. pro tern., Ashmore Theolo^cal 
Seni., 1909-11; Director, Bangkolc Chinese Y. M. C. A.; Director and 
Memb. Exec. Com., China Bapt. Publication Soc. 

♦WILLIAM HARRIS GIBBS, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me., June 3, 1856. 
Adm. to the Bar, 1881; with New Home Sewing Machine Co., 1881-88; 
with Edison Illuminating Co., 1888-1913; died, Medford Hillside, 
Mass., July 2, 1913, aged 57. 

FLORENTIUS MERRILL HALLOWELL, A.B. Born, Augusta, Me., 
Nov. 12, 1852. Lawyer, Kearney, Neb., 1883-1917; Court Reporter, 
1878-94; Pres. First Nat. Bank, Elm Creek, Neb.; County Judge, 
1901-1912; Sec'y Bd. of Educa., 1892-1904; Res., Cranford, N. J. 

HARRY NEIL HAYNES, A.B., A.M., 1900. Born, Green Bay, Wis.,. 
Nov. 29, 1855. Prin. Greeley High Sch., 1878; Adm. to the Bar, 1879; 
Lawyer, Ft. Collins, Colo., 1879-82; Greeley, Colo., 1882- ; Irrigation 
Referee, Dist. Court, 1879-80; County Atty., 1894; Bd. of Educa., 1898- 
1903; 1905-10; Pres. Colorado Bar Ass'n., 1912-13; Res., Greeley, Colo. 

*JOSIAH ROBERT HENDERSON, A.B., A.M., 1883; D.D., 1902. Born, 
Merrimac, N. H., July 25, 1853. Rochester Theol. Sem., 1880; Pastor, 
Penfield, N. Y., 1880-83; Wyoming, 0., 1883-85; Palmyra, N. Y., 1885- 
97; Cor. Sec, N. Y. Bapt. Union for Ministerial Education, 1897-1918; 
died, Rochester, N. Y., April 21, 1918, aged 64. 

WILLIAM HENRY LOONEY, A.B. Born, Portland, Me., March 28, 
1854. Since 1879, Lawyer, Portland, Me.; City Solicitor, 1882, 1883, 
1884; U. S. Com. to take testimony in Alabama Claims, 1883; Rep. 
Me. Legisl., 1887, 1889; Senate, 1909; Trustee Univ. of Maine, 1914- ; 
Author: Life and Times of Seargent S. Prentiss; Ad., 396 Congress 
St., Portland, Me. 

EDWIN OLIVER LORD, A.B., A.M., 1880. Born, Great Falls, N. H., 
March 1, 1856. Editor Free Press, Great Falls, N. H.; Address un- 
known. 

EDWIN FRANCIS LYFORD, A.B., A.M., 1882. Born, Waterville, Me., 
Sept. 8, 1857. Adm. to the Bar, 1879; Asst. High School, Waterville, 
Me., 1880-82; Lawyer, since 1882, Springfield, Mass.; Member City 
Council, 1885-86; Member Mass. Legisl., 1892, 1893; Senate, 1894; 
Trustee, Colby Coll., 1890-1909; Special Justice of Police Court, 
Springfield, Mass., 1896- ; Fellow Am. Assn. for Advancement of 
Science; Author of Pictures and Stories from American History 
(1883) ; Ad., 500 Main St., Springfield, Mass. 

CHARLES FRANCIS MESERVE, A.B., A.M., 1880; LL.D., 1899. Born, 
North Abington, Mass., July 15, 1850. Prin. High Sch., Rockland, 
Mass., 1877-85; Prin. Oak Street Sch., Springfield, Mass., 1885-89; 
Supt. Haskell Inst., U. S. Industrial Training Sch., Lawrence, Kan., 
1889-94; President of Shaw Univ., Raleigh, N. C, 1894-1919; Presi- 
dent Emeritus, 1920- ; Memb. Bd. Directors, N. C. School for the Deaf 
and Dumb and the Blind, 1894-97; Author of Historical Sketch of 

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1877 Colby College 

Abington, Rockland, and Whitman, Mass.; also pamphlets on Indian 
affairs. 

CHARLES DENNISON SMITH, A.B., A.M., 1891, and Bowdoin, 1879; 
M.D., Bowdoin, 1879. Born, Portland, Me., Nov. 8, 1855. Permanent 
Sec'y. Me. Med. Assoc; City Physician, 1884, 1885, 1886; Prof., 
Physiology, since 1891, Bowdoin Coll.; Pres. State Bd. of Health, 
since 1892; Supt. Me. Gen'I. Hospital, Portland, Me. 

ANDREW JUDSON STURTEVANT, A.B. Born, Fayette, Me., May 20, 
1852. Prin. High Sch., Hanover, Mass., 1877-78; Newton Theol. Inst, 
1878-79; Union Bapt. Theol. Sem., Morgan Park, 111., 1879; ordained, 
1880; Pastor, Sonora, Cal., 1880-84; Vallejo, Cal., 1884-88; Phoenix, 
Ariz., 1888; Oakland, Cal., 1888-90; Napa, 1890-94; Sacramento, 1894- 
99; Albany, Ore., 1899-1901; Fort Bragg, Cal., 1902-10; Sacramento, 
Calif., 1911; Westport, Calif., 1911-13; Petaluma, Calif., 1913-14; 
Gonzales, Calif., 1914-17; Willits, Calif., 1917- ; Author, Semi-Centen- 
nial History Clear Lake Bapt. Assn., (1919). 

GEORGE WESTON YOUNG, A.B., A.M., 1890. Born, Corinna, Me., 
Oct. 18, 1854. Prin. High Sch., Bristol, Me., 1877-81; Wiscasset, 
1881-83; Bristol, 1883-87; Blair Sch., Washington, D. C, 1887-88; 
Instructor, Normal School, LeMears, Iowa, 1888-89; Supt. Schools, 
Manson, Iowa, 1889-94, 1901-07; Pipestone, Minn., 1894-1901; Prin. 
Private School, Boston, Mass., 1907- ; Ad., 41 Rutland Sq., Boston, 
Mass. 

15— *4 
CLASS OF 1878 

WILLIAM CAREY BURNHAM, A.B., A.M., 1881. Born, St. John, N. 
B., April 29, 1854. Prin. High Schools in Canada about 4 yrs.; Teach- 
er, College of Commerce, Philadelphia, Pa.; Centi-al Evening H. S., 
Boston, Mass. Accountant with Lee, Higginson & Co., 40 State St., 
Boston, Mass. 

CHARLES AUGUSTUS CHASE, A.B., A.M., 1881; M.D., Howard, 1884; 
and Long Island Coll. Hosp., 1885. Born, No. Yarmouth, Me., Oct. 
14, 1853. Prin. Derby Acad., Vt, 1878-81; Physician, Minneapolis, 
Minn., 1885-93; Gladstone, Mich., 1893-99; Yarmouth, Me., 1899- 
1907; Detail work, 1907- ; City Phy.sician, Minneapolis, 1889-92; 
Health Commissioner, Gladstone, Mich.; Res., 2 Oread Ave., Baltimore, 
Md. 

♦WALTER ISIDORO DAVIS, A.B., A.M., 1881. Born, Gorham, N. H., 
Aug. 7, 1848. Prin China Acad., Me., 1878-79; High Sch., Gorham, 
N. H., 1880; Prin. High Sch., Colquit, Minn.; Berlin, N. H.; died. 
Concord, N. H., June 1, 1907, aged 58. 

*FREDERIC ELI DEWHURST, A.B. Born, Bradford, Me., April 20, 
1855. Prof. Latin and Hist., Conn. Lit. Inst., Suffield, Conn., 1878-79; 
Newton Theol. Inst., 1882; Pastor, Wollaston, Mass., 1882-87; Burling- 
ton, Vt., 1887-92; Plymouth Union Ch., Indianapolis, Ind., 18'92-1900; 



Graduates — Men 1878 

Univ. Cong'l. Ch., Chicago, from 1900; died, Chicago, 111., Nov. 13, 
1906, aged 51; Author of Divellers in Tents (1897); Sermons. A 
Memorial, was published, 1907. 

ALBERT COLBY GETCHELL, A.B., A.M., 1881; M.D., Jefferson, 1885. 
Born, Waterville, Me., July 9, 1857. Harvard Med. Sch., 1878-79; 
Bridgewater Normal Sch., Mass., 1881 ; Prin. Gram. Sch., Worcester, 
Mass., 1882; Jefferson Med. Coll., 1883-85; since 1885, Physician, Wor- 
cester, Mass.; Councillor, Mass. Med. Soc, 1905-09; Pres. Worcester 
Dist. Med. Soc, 1910; Pres. N. E. Otological and Laryngological Soc, 
1909, 1910; consulting Laryngologist, Worcester City Hosp. and 
Washburn Mem. Hosp., 1917- ; Trustee Mass. Hosp. for Epileptics, 
1895-01; Trustee Rutland State Sanatorium, and Mass. Hosp. for 
Consumptives, 1900-1918; Author: Medical Knoioledge of Shakespeare 
(1907) ; Res., 6 Linden St., Worcester, Mass. 

*JAMES JENKINS, A.B., 1888; A.M., 1892. Born, Stalybridge, Eng., 
Dec. 20, 1851. Prin. Gram. Sch., Worcester, Mass.; Prin. English 
High Sch.; Prin. Gram. School, Brooklyn, N. Y.; died, Brooklyn, N. 
Y., Feb. 7, 1903, aged 51. 

*FRANKLIN JOHN JONES, A.B. Born, Lebanon, Me., Aug. 8, 1853. 
Newton Theol. Inst., 1878-80, 1882-83; Pastor, Allenton, R. I., 1880-84 
Iowa Falls, la., 1884-85; Ea. Providence, R. I., 1885-88; Ea. Green 
wich, R. I., 1888-92; W. Springfield, Mass., 1893-94; City Miss'y. 
Phila., Pa., 1895-98; Pastor, 1898-1903; Prov. Life & Trust Co., 1904- 
19; Fin. Sec'y-, Downington Inst, 1912-18; died, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Oct. 19, 1919, aged 66. 

WILLIAM GERRY MANN, A.B., B.D., Yale, 1882. Born, Skowhegan, 
Me., April 16, 1855. Prin. High Sch., Milo, Me., 1878-79; Theol. 
Dept. Yale Univ., 1882; Pastor, Cong'l. Ch., Monson, Me., 1882-88; 
Biddeford, 1888-90; Pueblo, Colo., 1890-94; since 1895, evangelistic 
and missionary work; Res., Westbrook, Me. 

*WALTER HERBERT MATHEWS, A.B. Born, Gardiner, Me., Feb. 
20, 1857. Prin. High Sch., Tenant's Harbor, Me., 1888-89; Dep'y. 
Collector of Customs, 1899-1907; died, St. George, Me., Feb. 11, 1907, 
aged 50. 

CHARLES LEONARD PHILLIPS, A.B., 1888; C. E., Univ. of Maine, 
1888. Born, Gardner, 111., Oct. 16, 1856. U. S. Mil. Acad., West 
Point, 1881; 2d Lt., July 1881; 1st Lt. Dec, 1887; Capt. March, 1899; 
Major, 1905; Lieut. Col., 1908; Col., 1911; Brig. Gen., 1917; Col., 1918, 
U. S. A.; Ad., care Adj. Gen., Washington, D. C. 

DANIEL WEBSTER PIKE, A.B. Born, Franklin, N. H., Feb. 24, 1853. 
R. R. Engr., C. B. & Q. in Neb., 1879-82; Engr. Mo. Riv. Com., 1882- 
84; Engr. Kansas City, Mo., 1884-85; Engr., Private Bus., Kansas 
City, Mo., 1885- ; City Engineer, Kansas City, 1903-1904. 

*CHARLES HENRY SALSMAN, A.B. Born, Country Harbor, N. S., 



1878 Colby College 

Dec. 21, 1846. Newton Theol. Inst., 1881; Pastor, Lebanon, 0., 1881- 
83; died, Lebanon, 0., Feb. 7, 1883, aged 36. 

HENRY MARCUS THOMPSON, A.B., D.D., 1906. Born, Windsor, Vt., 
Nov. 26, 1854. Newton Theol. Inst., 1878-80; Pastor, St. Mary's, O., 
1880-81; Iowa City, la., 1881-85; Iowa Falls, 1885-88; Hartford, Conn., 
1888-1919; Stonington, Conn., 1919-; Chaplain, Conn. State Senate, 
1895-97; Chaplain Conn. Horse Guards, 10 yrs.; Pres. Conn. Bapt. 
State Conv., 1906-11; Pres. Conn. Prison Assn. 

*HOWARD BENJAMIN TILDEN, A.B. Born, Chesterville, Me., Sept. 
13, 1848. Prin. High Sch., Oakland, Me., 1878-79; Pastor, Lamoine, 
Me., 1880-82; Newton Theol. Inst., 1882-85; Pastor, Edgartown, Mass., 
1885-88; Chester, Vt., 1888-91; Cherryfield, Me., 1891-93; Evangelist, 
1893-96; Pastor, Dover, 1896-1900; Waldoboro, 1900-04; Bar Harbor, 
1904-05; Tenant's Harbor, Me., 1905-08; Peru, Vt., 1909-13; Jamaica, 
1913-15; died, Jamaica, Vt, Dec. 6, 1915, aged 67. 

DREW THOMPSON WYMAN, A.B. Born, North Livermore, Me., Nov. 
23, 1852. Newtori Theol. Inst., 1878-79, 1881-83; Pastor, Spencer, 
Mass., 1879-81; West Somerville, 1882-91; Lewiston, Me., 1891-93; 
Evangelist, 1893-95; Pastor, Brockton, Mass., 1895-1901; Brooklyn, 
N. Y., 1902-08; Associational Pastor; Res., Watertown, N. Y., 1908-10; 
Acting Pastor, East Somerville, Mass., 1910-11; Pastor, Arlington, 
Heights, Mass., 1911-13; Nantucket, Mass., 1914-16; Poeasset, Mass., 
1917-; Author, Historical Sketch Cumberland (Me-) Assn., (1892); 
Centennial History North Livermore Baptist Church, 1893. 

*GEORGE FRANKLIN YOUNGMAN, A.B. Born, Belgrade, Me., Nov. 
13, 1854. Prin. Hartland Acad., 1878-80; High Sch., Fairfield, 1881; 
died, Waterville, Me., Jan. 21, 1882, aged 27. 

16— *8 

CLASS.GF 1879 

CHARLES EDWARD CONANT, A.B., LL.B., LL.M., Columbian, 1882. 
Born, Portland, Me., Jan. 17, 1855. Adni. to the Bar, 1881; Lawyer, 
Minneapolis, Minn., 1882-97; since 1897, Wells, Minn. 

EVERETT FLOOD, A.B., A.M., 1884, M.D., Bowdoin, 1881. Born, 
Clinton, Me., Feb. 10, 1855. Asst. Physician, State Hospital, Worces- 
ter, Mass., 1881-86; Supt. Hosp. Cottages for children, Baldwinville, 
Mass., 1886-99; Student, Univ. of Berlin, 1897-98; Univ. College, 
London, 1898; Supt. State Hospital, Monson, Mass., 1899- ; Author of 
numerous papers and reports upon Epilepsy. 

JAMES GEDDES, A.B. Born, San Francisco, Cal., Feb. 8, 1860. Busi- 
ness, Chelsea, Mass., 1879-1900; East Orange, N. J., 1900-03; Somer- 
ville, Mass., 1903-. 

HANNIBAL EMERY HAMLIN, A.B., LL.B., Boston Univ., 1882. Born, 
Hampden, Me., Aug. 22, 1858. Adm. to the Bar, 1883; Trustee Colby 
College, 1899-1902; Repr. Me. Legisl., 1893-1895; Senate, 1899; Presi- 

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Graduates — Men 1879 

dent of Senate, 1901; Judge Advocate General of Maine, 1897-1904; 

Commr. on Uniformity of Legislation, 1895-1913; Pres. Hancock 

County Bar, 1918; Attorney General of Maine, 1905-08; Ellsworth, Me. 

NATHAN HUNT, A.B. Born, Milton, Mass., April .3, 1848. Newton 

.Theol. Inst., 1882; Pastor, Dorchester, Mass., 1882-90; East Milton, 

1890-95; Fairfield, Me., 1895-98; Charleston, Me., 1898-14; Morrill, 

Me., 1914-. 
WILLIS ALBERT JOY, A.B., A.M., 1899. Born, Ellsworth, Me., Feb. 3, 

1855. Assoc. Ed. Free Press, Great Palls, N. H., 1879-80. Clerk to 
Pres. C. and E. I. R. R. Co., Chicago, 111., 1880-81 ; Adm. to the Bar, 
1882; Lawyer, and Loan Broker, Grand Forks, No. Dak., 1882- ; Post- 
master, 1894-98; Alderman, 1899-1903. 

CHARLES STANWOOD LEMONT, A.B. Born, Bath, Me., Nov. 10, 
1853. Prin. High Sch., Camden, Me., 1880; Newton Theol. Inst., 
1886; in business, Haverhill, Mass.; Last address, So. Waldoboro, Me. 

WILL HARTWELL LYFORD, A.B., A.M., 1882. Born, Waterville, Me., 
Sept. 15, 1858. Civil Engineer, 1879-80; Clerk, 1881-83; Claim Agent, 
1883-84; C. & E. I. R. R.; Adm. to the Bar, 1884; Asst. Gen'l Solicitor, 
1884-87, and Gen'l Solicitor, 1889-92; Gen'l Counsel, from 1892, C. 
and E. I. R. R. Co., Chicago, 111.; Ad., 105 So. LaSalle St, Chicago, 111. 

WILLIAM WITHINGTON MAYO, A.B., A.M., 1883. Born, No. Haven, 
Me., April 12, 1855. Prin. High Sch., Lubec, 1879-80; Asst. Houlton 
Acad., 1880-81; Prin. Hebron Acad., 1881-85; Prin. High Sch., Foun- 
tain, Colo., 1885-93; Mg'r Good Will Farm, Me., 1894-97; Supt. 
Berkshire Indus. Farm, Canaan Four Corners, N. Y., 1898-1911; 
Farmer since 1911; ad., Oxford, Mass. 

GEORGE MERRIAM, A.B., A.M., 1882. Born, China, Me., Nov. 30, 

1856. Newton Theol. Inst., 1882; ordained, 1883; Pastor, Abilene, 
Kan., 1882-85; Solomon City, 1885-88; Osage City, 1888-92; Freeport, 
Me., 1892-1904; Skowhegan, Me., 1904- ; Sec'y Me. Bapt. Educa. Soc., 
1904-17. 

*WILLIAM EMERY MORANG, A.B. Born, Eastport, Me., July 21, 
1850. Prin. High Sch., Wolfboro, N. H., 1873-81; Prin. High Sch., 
No. Chelmsford, Mass., 1882-83; Supt. Pub. Sch., Falmouth, Mass., 
1883-84; from 1884, Prof. Latin, Roger Williams Univ.; died, Nash- 
ville, Tenn., June 30, 1887, aged 37. 

GEORGE EDWIN MURRAY, A.B. Born, Lebanon, Me., Nov. 24, 1854. 
In wholesale grocery business, Lawrence and Haverhill, Mass.; Trus- 
tee, Colby Col., 1912- ; Res., Andover, Mass. 

CHARLES EDSON OWEN, A.B., D.D., 1907. Born, Leeds, Me., 
Oct. 25, 1852. Prin. Monmouth Acad., Me., 1879-81; Newton Theol. 
Inst., 1884; Pastor, Oakland, Me., 1884-90; Gardiner, 1890-93; Houl- 
ton, 1893-1901; Financial Sec'y, Colby Coll., 1901-04; Sec'y, Chris. 
Civic League of Me., 1904-19, and Supt., 1919- ; Trustee Colby Coll., 
1900- ; Ad., Waterville, Me. 

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ALLEN PELATIAH SOULE, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me., Aug. 14, 
1855. Prin. Wadsworth Gram Sch., Danvers Centre, Mass., 1879-80; 
Prin. High Sch., Oakland, Me., 1880-83; Dexter, 188.3-84; Supt. Pub- 
Sch., Hingham, Mass., 1884-87; since 1887, Publisher's Agent, with 
Am. Book Co., Boston; Trustee, Colby College, 1904-12; Res., Hing- 
ham, Mass. 

AUSTIN ADFER WALLING, A.B., M.D., Bowdoin, 1882. Born, Bur- 
rillville, R. L, Oct. 29, 1858. Prin. High Sch., Harrington, Me., 1879- 
80; Physician, Jonesport, 1882-87; Milbridge, 1887-1919; U. S. Exam. 
Surg., 1893-97; Supt. Sch., Jonesport, 1885-86; Milbridge, 1890-91; 
died, Milbridge, Me., March 2, 1920, aged 61. 

CHARLES FRANKLIN WARNER, A.B., A.M., 1886; Sc.D., 1909. 
Born, Somerville, Mass., Sept. 18, 1857. Bridgewater Normal Sch., 
Mass., 1881; Prin. High Sch., Cornville, Me., 1881; Prin. Gram. Sch., 
and Supt. Sch., Augusta, 1882-83; First Asst. State Normal Sch., 
"Farming-ton, Me., 1883-88; Teacher of Physics, Eng. High Sch., Cam- 
bridge, Mass., 1888-90; Master Manual Training Sch., and Teacher 
of Sci. and Math., 1890-98; Prin. Evening High Sch., 1888-92; since 
1898, Prin. Technical High Sch., and Evening Sch. of Trades, Spring- 
field, Mass.; Author: Home Decoration, (1912); and numerous edu- 
cational papers. 

EDWIN CAREY WHITTEMORE, A.B., D.D., 1903. Born, Dexter, Me., 
April 29, 1858. Newton Theol. Inst., 1882; Pastor, New Bo-stoni N. 
H., 1882-84; Auburn, Me., 1884-89; Damariscotta, 1889-99; Water- 
ville, Me., 1899-1914; Finan. Secy. Coburn, Ricker and Higgins Insti- 
tutes, 1914-17; Educa. Sec'y United Bapt. Conv. of Me., 1917-; Trus- 
tee, Coburn Clas. Inst, 1902- ; Trustee, Colby Col., 1905- ; Trustee, 
Waterville Public Lib., 1900- ; Secy. Bd. of Managers, Bapt Conv. of 
Me., 1893- ; State Director Bapt. Layman's Campaign, 1918-19; Author 
of History of Damariscotta Association (1892) ; History of the Baptist 
Church of Nobleboro, (1893) HiMorical Address 75th Anniversary of 
the Maine Baptist Missionary Convention (1899); Editor of Centen- 
nial History of Waterville, (1902); Author of Seventy-five Years of 
Cob-urn Institute, (1903) ; Memorial, Prof. William Elder ; War Record 
of Waterville and Winslow, (1919) ; Colby College, Centenary History, 
(1920); Res., Waterville, Me. 

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CLASS OF 1880 

JOHN ELIJAH CASE, A.B. Born, Patten, Me., Nov. 27, 1856. New- 
ton Theol. Inst., 1880-82; Missionary Am. Bapt. Miss. Union, 
Toungoo, Burma, 1882-86; Myingyan, Burma, 1887-1901; Retired; 
Ad., South Acton, Mass. 

*CHARLES HAYNES CASE, A.B. Born, Monmouth, Me., Jlay 28, 
1858. Teacher, and P. M., Pasadena, Cal.; died, Pasadena, Cal., 
Jan. 1, 1887, aged 28. 



Graduates — Men 1880 

HUGH ROSS CHAPLIN, A.B. Born, Bangor, Me., Nov. 24, 1855. 
Adm. to the Bar, 1882; Lawyer, Bangor, Me. 

CARROLL WINN CLARK, A.B. Born, Baldwinville, Mass., June 
14, 1853. With Amer. Seating Co., Boston, Mass.; Res., 99 Harvard 
St., Dorchester, Mass. 

JAMES EDWARD COCHRANE, A.B., A.M., 188.3. Born, Monmouth, 
Me., July 4, 1854. Rochester Theol. Sem., 1883; Pastor, Paris, Me., 
1883-86; Missionary, Am. Bapt. Miss. Union, Maulmein, Burma, 
1886-88; Pastor, Hallowell, Me., 1889-99; Springvale, 1899-1903; 
Evangelist, 1903-07; Pastor, Brunswick, Me., 1907-12; Chaplain, 
Natl. Sol. Home, Me., 1912-15; Chaplain, U. S. army, 1916-19; retired 
with rank of Major; Supt. Schools, Hallowell, 1890-98; Ad., Hallo- 
well, Me. 

*EDGAR HERBERT CROSBY, A.B. Born, Albion, Me., Nov. 3, 1859. 
Prin. High Sch., Brownville, Me., 1880-81; Milo, 1881-82; Prin. Mon- 
son Acad.; Deering High Sch.; died, Deering, Me., Jan. 31, 1898, 
aged 38. 

*CALEB BUFFUM FRYE, , A.B., A.M., 1895. Born, Salem, Mass., 
Jan. 22, 1856. Prin. Sch. of Lang., Boston, Mass., to 1885; Private 
Sch., 1885-98; died, Sharon, Mass., Aug. 1, 1898, aged 42. 

FRED SAMUEL HERRICK, A.B., A.M., 1883; M.D., Bellevue Hosp. 
Med. Coll., 1884. Born, Sedgwick, Me., June 9, 1858. Since 1884, 
Physician, Brooklin, Me. 

JOSHUA LORING INGRAHAM, A.B., A.M., 1883. Born, Rockport, 
Me., Nov. 18, 1852. Instr. Worcester Acad., Worcester, Mass., 1880- 
82; Teacher, Rockport, Me., 1882-83; Prin. Pillsbury Acad., Owaton- 
na, Minn., 1883-89; Instr. in Math., 1889-96; student, Univ. Chicago, 
1896; Inst. Greek and Latin, Pillsbury Acad., 1896-1915; Prin. H. S., 
Hill City, Minn., 1915-. 

HERBERT LESLIE KELLEY, A.B. Born, Unity, Me., Nov. 6, 1856. 
Business, Fairfield, Me., 1881-82; Cashier Natl. Bank, Fairfield, Me., 
1882-1895; Bookseller, Waterville, Me., 1899-. 

*ERNEST FROTHINGHAM KING, A.B., A.M., 1883; M.D., Howard 
Univ., 1883. Born, Turner, Me., Nov. 29, 1858. Instr. Wayland 
Sem., Washington, D. C, 1880-85; Physician, 1885-97; Hawaii, 1897- 
1901; Washington, D. C, 1901-16; Assoc. Prof. Surgery, George 
Washington Univ.; 15 years on staff of Emergency Hosp., Washing- 
ton; died, Washington, D. C, June 8, 1916, aged 57. 

*CARL CLINTON KING, A.B., A.M., 1883; LL.B., Boston Univ., 1884. 
Born, Dixfield, Me., Oct. 9, 1860. Prin. High Sch., Caribou, Me., 
1880-82; Presque Isle Acad., 1882-83; Lawyer, Caribou, Me., 1883- 
88; Repr. Me. Legisl., 1897, 1899; Pres. Aroostook Trust and Bank- 
ing Co., 1900-1919; Memb. firm G. W. P. Jerrard Seed Co.; Laffaty 
Real Estate Co.; died. Caribou, Me., Aug. 10, 1919, aged 58. 

HARRY LYMAN KOOPMAN, A.B., A.M., 1883; Litt.D., 1908; A.M., 
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Harvard, 1893. Born, Freeporf, Me., July 1, 1860. Prin. Gram. 
Sch., Claremont, N. H., 1880-81; A.sst. Astor Library, New York, 
1881-82; Cataloguer, Cornell Univ. Lib., 188.3-84; Columbia Coll. 
Lib., 1884-85; Rutgers Coll. Lib., 1885-86; Librai-y Univ. of Vt., 
1886-92; Grad. Student, Hai-vard, 1892-93; since 1893, Librarian and 
Prof. Bibliography since 1908, Brown Univ., Providence, R. I.; Mem. 
advisory council Simplified Spelling Bd; Fellow Amer. Library Inst., 
Nat. Inst. Social Sciences; Pres. Mass. Library Club, 1900-01; R. I. 
Library Assn., 1904-07; Author of The Great Admiral, (1883); 
Orestes, and Other Poems (1887); Woman's Will, (1888); The 
Crime of the Culprit Fay, (1890); The Gothic Minister, (1891); 
Catalogue of Library of George P. Marsh, (1892) ; Historical Cata- 
logue of Brown University, (1895); The Mastery of Books, (1896); 
The Morrow Songs, (1898) ; The Miller of Fort St. Frederic, (1904) ; 
At the Gates of the Century, (1905); Librarian of the Desert, 
(1908); The Booklover and His Books, (1917); Hesperia, (1919); 
Ad., Brown Univ. Library, Providence, R. I. 

JONATHAN TITUS MacDONALD, A.B., A.M., 1893; M.D., Cooper 
Med. Coll., 1884. Born, Cambridge, N. B., May 4, 1853. Prin. Pub. 
Sch., Livermore, Cal., 1880-82; Physician, San Francisco, Cal., 1885- 
94; Honolulu, H. I. 

LAURENTIUS MELANCTHON NASON, A.B., M.D., Jefferson, 1884. 
Born, Standish, Me., June 7, 1852. Prin. Gram. Sch., Saccarappa, 
Me., 1880-81; Physician, Worcester, Mass.; Ad., 311 Pleasant St., 
Worcester, Mass. 

HARTSTEIN WENDELL PAGE, A.B., A.M., 1883; M.D., BoVdoin, 
1888. Born, Rockport, (Camden) Me., Oct. 10, 1856. Prin. High 
Sch., Newport, N. H., 1880-84; High Sch., Ware, Mass., 1884-85; 
Asst. Physician Worcester Mass. State Hosp., 1889-99; Supt. Hospi- 
tal Cottages for Children, Baldwinville, Mass., 1899-1916; Trustee 
same, 1916- ; Trustee Colby Coll., 1919- ; Ad., 3 State St., Worcester, 
Mass. 

ARTHUR MILTON THOMAS, A.B., A.M., 1883. Born, Manchester, 
Me., Jan. 13, 1858. Prin. High Sch., Richmond, Me., 1880-85; Prin. 
Ricker Classical Inst., Houlton, Me., 1885-1901; High Sch., Bar Har- 
bor, 1901-03; Higgins Class. Inst., 1903-06; Prin. High Sch., Kenne- 
bunk, Me., 1906-09; Sub-Master Fai-mington State Normal Sch., 
1909- ; Ad., Farmington, Me. 

JAMES ELISHA TRASK., A.B., A.M., 1883. Born, New Sharon, Me., 
March 2, 1855. Instr. So. Jersey Inst., Bridgeton, N. J., 1880-87; 
Lawyer, St. Paul, Minn., 1887- ; Ad., 674 Holly Ave., St. Paul, Minn. 

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CLASS OF 1881 

CHARLES EDWARD ATWOOD, A.B.; A.B., Harvard, 1882. Born, 
Waltham, Mass., Jan. 11, 1858. Prin. Kingston Acad., N. H., 1882; 
Journalist, Exeter, N. H. 

DAVID JUDSON BAILEY, A.B., A.M., 1884. Born, Lincoln, Me., 
Sept. 20, 1853. Rochester Theol. Sem., 1884; Pastor, Bolton, N. Y., 
1884-85; Warrensburgh, 1885-86; Pastor, Shelby Centre, 1887-88; 
Elba, 1888-91; Pulaski, 1892-98; Meridian, and Auburn, 1899- ; 
Pasadena, Calif. 

*ASHER HINDS BARTON, A.B. Born, Benton, Me., June 21, 1859. 
Lawyer, Kansas City, Mo.; died, Yankton, So. Dak., March 18, 1888, 
aged 29. 

FRANK DEARBORN BULLARD, A.B., M.D., Univ. of So. Cal., 1888. 
Born, Lincoln Centre, Me., Dec. 27, 1860. Instr. Houlton Acad., Me., 
1881-8.3; Prin. High Sch., Brownville, 1883-84; Instr. Sierra Madre 
Coll., Pasadena, Cal., 1884-85; Prin. Azusa Schools, 1885-86; Stu- 
dent, Med. Coll., Univ. So. Cal.; Gottingen and Vienna, 1888-89 
Editor So. California Practitioner 1889-99; Prof. Clinical Chem. 
Univ. of So. Cal.; Physician, Los Angeles, Cal.; Author of Clima 
tology of So. Cal.; The Aristophilon, (1899) ; Cupid's Chalice, (1901) 

*CHARLES MILLER COBURN, A.B. Born, Skowhegan, Me., June 
17, 1860. Drowned, Skowhegan, Me., July 4, 1882, aged 22. 

*FRANK BURTON CUSHING, A.B. Born, Skowhegan, Me., June 18, 
1859. Med. Student; died, New York, Dec. 30, 1883, aged 24. 

JOHN FRANCIS DAVIES, A.B., A.M., 1884. Born, Rockland, Me., 
Oct. 2, 1858. Engr. Rockland, Me., 1881-82; Cataloguer, Pawtucket, 
R. I. Free Lib., 1882; Harris Inst. Lib., Woonsocket, R. I., 1882; 
Issue Dept., Public Lib., St. Louis, Mo., 1883-92; Librarian, Public 
Lib., Butte, Mont., 1892-99, 1914-17; Library Expert, State Univ., 
Mis.soula, Mont., 1901; State Coll., Bozeman, 1902; Kohrs Mem. Lib., 
Deer Lodge, 1902; Bookseller, Butte, Mont., 1899- ; Pres. Mont. Lib. 
Assn., 1915; Asst. Editor, Inter-Mountain Educator, 1915- ; Vice- Pres. 
Mont. Silver Fox Breeding Assn., 1918-19; Asst. State Dir. War Sav- 
ings, 1918-19; Ad., Butte, Mont. 

ALFRED HENRY EVANS, A.B., A.M., 1885. Born, Cambridge, Mass., 
Sept. 12, 1860. Instr. Lawrence Acad., Groton, Mass., 1881-82; 
Worcester Acad., Mass., 1882-84; Univ. of Berlin, 1884-85; Instr. in 
Greek, Cu.shing Acad., Ashbumham, Mass., 1885-95; Suffield Acad., 
Suffield, Conn., 1895-97; Prin. H. S., Noi-thampton, Mass., 1898-1915; 
Northampton Commercial Coll., 1915-. 

FREDERIC MACK GARDNER, A.B. Born, Salem, Mass., March 24, 
1858. Newton Theol. Inst., 1884; Pastor, Winthrop, Mass., 1882-84; 
Lawrence, 1884-92; Boston, 1892-98; So. Boston, Mass., 1899-1910; 
Southern Pines, N. C, 1910- ; Memb. Sch. Bd., Lawrence, Mass., 

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1889-92; R€s., Oct-June, Southern Pines, N. C, June-Oct., 29 Shore 
Drive, Winthrop, Mass. 

ISAAC WILLIAM GRIMES, A.B., S.T.D., Potomac Univ., 1909. ■ Born, 
Alexandria, Va., July 22, 1850. Rochester Theol. Sem., 1884; Pastor, 
W. Springfield, Mass., 1884-89; Pittsfield, N. H., 1889-91; Stoneham, 
Mass., 1891-93; Cambridge, 1893-1901; Fitchburg, 1902-07; Athol, 
Mass., 1907-1914; Res., Cambridge (A), Mass. 

CLARENCE LaVERNE JUDKINS, A.B. Bom, Winthrop, Me., Feb. 
26, 1858. Teacher, Nahant, Mass., 3 years; Needliam, 5 years; Ox- 
ford, 2 years; No. Brookfield, 1 year; Supt. Schools, Ashfield, Mass., 
5 years, Barre, Mass., 5 years, Uxbridge, Mass., 1915-. 

*HORATIO BICKFORD KNOX, A.B., A.M., 1895. Born, Cambria, Pa. 
Prin. Boynton Sch., Eastport, Me., 1881-84; Prin. High Sch., Palmer, 
Mass., 1884-1893; Latin and Greek, Moses Brown School, Providence, 
R. L, 1893-1904; Instructor in History, R. I. Normal School, Provi- 
dence, 1904-12; died. Providence, R. I., April 14, 1912, aged 55. 

SAMUEL KEENE MARSH, A.B., A.M., 1884. Born, Dexter, Me., July 
4, 1852. Prin. Monson Acad., Me., 1881-83; Instr. Chamberlain Inst., 
Randolph, N. Y., 1883-88; Prin. Union Sch., Spencer, 1888-96; Vice- 
Pres. Bucksport Sem., 1896-98; Prin. High Sch., Waterville, Me., 
1898; Spencer, N. Y., 1899-1906; Candor, N. Y., 1906-. 

CARLETON PARKER MARSHALL, A.B. Born, Turner, Me., Jan. 24, 
1860. Prin. High Sch., Linwood, N. J., 1881-83; Druggist, Pipestone 
City, Minn., 1883-89; Last address, Hoquiam, Wash. 

GEORGE ALBION McINTIRE, A.B., A.M., 1887. Born. Skowhegan, 
Me., May 19, 1856. Law Student, Skowhegan, Me., 1881-83; Prin. 
Pub. Sch., Echo, Or., 1883-86; Prin. High Sch., La Grande, Union 
Co., Dr., 1886; breeder of registered live stock; ad.. East Stanwood, 
Wash. 

JOSIAH RUSSELL MELCHER, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me., July 29, 
1860. Mfr. and exporter, Boston, Mass., 1881-87; New York City, 
1887- ; Res., Englewood, N. J. 

GEORGE NATHAN MERRILL, A.B. Born, New Boston, N. H., June 
10, 1855. Civil Engineer, Springfield, Mass.; Ad., 292 Main St., 
Springfield, Mass. 

*CHARLES EDWIN MESERVEY, A.B. Born, Appleton, Me., March 
25, 1856. Adm. to the Bar, 1884; Lawyer; Judge of Probate, 1893- 
1900; Recorder, Municipal Court of Rockland; died, Rockland, Me., 
Feb. 16, 1912, aged 55. 

FRED CRAIG MORTIMER, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me., Sept. 18, 
1857. Office of Democrat and Chronicle, Rochester, N. Y., to 1886; 
Journalist and Writer; Editorial Rooms, N. Y. Times, New York. 

*JOHN HOWARD PARSHLEY, A. B. Born, New Haven, Conn., July 
22, 1856. Newton Theol. Inst., 1881-83; ordained, 1877; Pastor, 
Westboro, Mass., 1883-84; Woonsocket, R. I., 1884-87; Damariscotta, 

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Me., 1887-89; Philadelphia, Pa., 1889-91; Rockland, Me., 1891-97; 
Lawrence, Mass., 1897-99; Monckton, N. B., 1899-1901; died, Bridge- 
water, Mass., Sept. 4, 1907, aged 51 . 

FRED MYRON PREBLE, A.B., D.D., 1901, and Bates, 1909; B.D. 
Newton Theo. Inst., 1884. Born, Chesterville, Me., Oct. 5, 1855 
Pastor, and Chaplain Vt. State Prison, Windsor, Vt., 1885-87; Pas- 
tor, Pittsburg, Pa., 1887; Ludlow, Vt., 1887-89; Camden, Me., 1889 
98; Auburn, Me., 1898-1916; Retired, 1916; Prof. Church Hist, Cobb 
Divinity School, 1907-09; Pres. Me. Bapt. Educa. Soc, 1895-97 
Me. Bapt. Mission Soc'y, 1907-09; Trustee Colby Coll., 1912-, Coburn 
Class. Inst., Newton Theol. Inst.; Author: History Fourth Ave. Bapt. 
Ch., Pittsburgh, Pa., (1887) ; Educational Abbey of Maine Baptists 
(1904) ; In Memoriam, Prof. L. E. Warren, (1906) ; Flowers in Foot- 
steps, (1916); Under Palms Primeval, (1919); Res., June-Dec, Lud 
low, Vt., Dec-June, Riverside, Calif. 

HORACE EUGENE SAWYER, A.B. Born, Cumberland, Me., Nov. 25, 
1854. Prin. Acad., Danville, Vt., 1882-83; Gram. Sch., Oxford, Mass., 
1883-84; Prin. High Sch., Williamsburg, Mass., 1884-93; Insurance, 
1893-97; box mfr., 1897-1900; Walnut Hill, Mc 

FRANK KINGSBURY SHAW, A.B. Born, Newcastle, Mc, Jan. 17, 
1859. Locomotive fireman and law student, 1881-86; Adm. to the 
Bar, 1886; Lawyer, Waterville, Me., since 1886; Asst. P. M., 1890- 
91; Recorder Municipal Court, 1892-96, and Judg-B, 1897-1912; 
Member School Board; Trustee Public Library; Res., 183 Main St., 
Waterville, Me. 

EVERETT MOSES STACY, A.B. Born, Benton, Me., July 25, 1858. 
Teacher, Moweaqua, 111., 1881-82; Clerk, Waterville, Me., 1882-83 
Bookkeeper, Benton, Me., 1883-85; Merchant, Oakland, Mc, 1885-93 
Mgr. Water Works, Calais, Mc, 1893-96; Waterville, Me., 1896-1901 
Contractor, Waterville, Me., 1901-09; Mgr. Tea and Coffee Chain 
Stores, Columbus, 0., 1910- ; Ad., 109y2 N. High St., Columbus, 0. 

*CARLTON BEECHER STETSON, A.B., A.M., 1885. Born, West 
Sumner, Me., Feb. 28, 1858. Assoc. Prin. Bridgton Acad., Me., 1881- 
82; Asst. in Greek, Colby Univ., 1882; Prin. High Sch., Ellsworth, 
1883; Student, Univ. Berlin, 1883-85; Johns Hopkins Univ., 1885-86 
Instr. in Anc. Langs., Phillips Exeter Acad., Exeter, N. H., 1886-92 
Grad. Student, Harvard, 1892-93; Prof, of Greek, Colby, 1893-1902 
Prof, of German, Univ. of Vt., 1902-1912; died, Burlington, Vt., Dec. 
16, 1912, aged 54. 

PHILO STEWARD, A.B. Born, Bloomfield, Mc, Dec. 15, 1856. Adm. 
to the Bar, 1884; Lawyer, Duluth, Minn., 1884-93; Hardware, and 
Plumbing, Skowhegan, Me.; Register of Probate, Somerset Co., 1913- ; 
Ad., Skowhegan, Me. 

FRANCIS FREMONT WHITTIER, A.B., M.D., Dartmouth, 1884. Bom 
Vienna, Me., Nov. 6, 1852. Staff Manhattan Eye & Ear Hospital, 

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1886; Physician, Brookline, Mass., 1886- ; Contributor to The Rc- 
fractionist, and The Rochdaler. 

CHARLES BRANCH WILSON, A.B., A.M., 1884; Sc.D., 1908. Born, 
Exeter, Me., Oct. 20, 1861. Asst. in Chem. and Nat. Hist., Colby 
Univ., 1881-84; Private Tutor, 1884-91; Teacher of Science, Normal 
Sch., Gorham, 1891-94; Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins Univ., 1894- 
95 and Asst. in Zoology, 1895-96; Prof. Biology, State Normal School, 
Westfield, Mass., 1896-97; and Head Science Dept., 1897- ; Director, 
Marine Laboratory, Harpswell, Me., 1896; Lecturer on Zoology, Smith 
Coll., 1901-02; Member School Com., Westfield, Mass., 19 17-; Author: 
North Avierican Copepods Parasitic on Fishes, (1902-19), and numer- 
ous other monographs and articles in scientific journals; Ad., West- 
field, Mass. 

*JOHN CAPRON WORCESTER, A.B., A.M., 1886. Born, Millbury, 
Mass., Oct. 4, 1860. Prin. High Sch., Mendon, Mass., 1881-82; West 
Boylston, 1882-91; West Springfield, Mass., 1891-1916; died. West 
Springfield, Mass, July 11, 1916, aged 55. 

*JOHN MONROE WYMAN, A.B. Born, No. Livermore, Me., June 22, 

1857. Newton Theol. Inst., 1884; Pastor, Roslindale, Mass., 1884-89; 
Augusta, Me., 1889-1901; Marlboro, Mass., 1901-04; Foxboro, Mass., 
1904-12; Damariscotta, Me., 1912-18; died, Augusta, Me., Aug. 17, 
1918, aged 61. 

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CLASS OF 1882 

GEORGE AUSTIN ANDREWS, A.B., A.M., 1886. Born, West Rock- 
port, Me., Aug. 10, 1855. Prin. High Sch., Rockport, Me., 1882-87; 
Prin. Normal Dept., Atlanta, Ga., 1887-90; Prin. High Sch., Ash- 
land, Mass., 1891-93; Derby Acad., Vt, 1893-1902; last address, 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

WILLIAM WALLACE ANDREWS, A.B. Born, Pari.^ Me., July 13, 

1858. Prin. High Sch., Albion, Hartford and Canton, Me., 1882-84; 
Staples Gram. Sch., Portland, 1884-89; since 1889, Prin. Butler 
Gram. Sch., Portland, Me. 

WALTER SANGER BOSWORTH, A.B. Born, Grafton, Mass., May 
3, 1858. Express Messenger, Fitchburg, Mass.; Teacher, 1882-84; 
since 1884, with Am. Express Co., Boston, Mass.; Ad., 43 Franklin 
St., Boston, Mass. 

EDWARD MORTIMER COLLINS, A.B. Born, Georgetown, Colo., Feb. 
2, 1860. Prin. High Sch., Georgetown, Colo., 1882-87; Adm. to the 
Bar, 1887; Ad., Canon City, Colo. 

WILLIAM CAMPBELL CRAWFORD, A.B., A.M., 1886; L.H.D., 1914. 
Born, Warren, Me., Jan. 19, 1862. Master Common Schools, Belfast, 
Me., 1883-86; Prin. High Sch., Thomaston, 1886-88; Supt. Sch., Wat- 
ville. Me., 1888-91; Inst., Pedagogy, Colby Coll., 1899-91; Master, 

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Collins Dist., Gloucester, Mass., 1891-93; Dist. Sub-Master, Boston, 
1893-95; Dist. Master, Boston, 1895-1911; Director, Boston Trade 
Sch., Boston, Mass., 1911- ; Author, 3 vols.. Proceedings of the Ameri- 
can Institute of Instruction; Trustee, Colby Coll., 1908- ; Ad., Allston, 
Mass. 

HUBERT ARTISON DENNISON, A.B. Born, Lewiston, Me., May 31, 
1859. Illustrator and Engraver, Boston, Mass.; Res., Needham 
Heights, Mass. 

GEORGE LORA DUNHAM, A.B., A.M., 1886. Born, No. Paris, Me., 
June 15, 1859. Prin. Dixfield Acad., Me., 1882-83 ; Centre St. Gram. 
Sch., Portland, 1883-84; Asst. High Sch., Portland, 1884-1885; since 
1885, in business, Brattleboro, Vt.; Repr. Vt. Leg!., 1916, 1918. 

HENRY DUNNING, A.B. Born, San Andreas, CaL, Sept. 6, 1860. 
Teacher, Benton Falls, Me., 1882-83; Reporter, Bradstreet Mercantile 
Agency, Boston, Mass., 1883-88; Pres. Read Furniture Mfg. Co., 
1882-92; with Youth's Companion, 1892-1905; with Modern Priscilla, 
1905-17; with Houghton Mifflin Co., 1918- ; Res., Allston, Mass. 

EZRA FRANKLIN ELLIOT, A.B. Born, Skowhegan, Me., July 13, 
1852. Teacher and Farmer, Angus, Minn., 1882-86; Supt. Sch. for 
Polk Co., Crookston, Minn., 1886-89; Prin. Ward Sch., Spokane, 
Wash., 1891-92; Sprague, 1892-95; Lincoln Co., 1895-97; Prin. High 
Sch., and City Supt. Waterville, Wash.; Address unknown. 

FREDERIC WILLIAM FARR, A.B., A.M., 1885; S.T.D., Temple 
Univ., 1906. Born, Litchfield, Me., March 16, 1860. Newton Theol. 
Inst, 1885; Pastor, Biddeford, Me., 1886-88; Milford, Mass., 1888-90; 
Prof. Theol. Miss'y Training Coll., New York, and Editor Christian 
Alliance, 1890-95; Pastor, Philadelphia, Pa., 1895-1915; Los Angeles, 
Calif., 1915-; Author of Manual of Christian Doctrine, (1892); 
The Representative Christ, (1895); Alliance Arrows, (1900). 

FRED NATHANIEL FLETCHER, A.B. Born, China, Me., Sept. 15, 
1856. Prin. High Sch., Castine, Me., 1882-83; Editor, Alpetm 
Pioneer, Alpena, Mich., 1884-89; Mining, 1889-1914; Memb. Nevada 
Tax Com., 1914- ; Res., Carson City, Nev. 

ROBIE GALE FRYE, A.B. Born, Belfast, Me., Dec. 29, 1860. U. S. 
Vice and Dep'y Consul Gen'l, Halifax, N. S., 1882-85; Liquidating 
Clerk, Custom House, Boston, Mass., 1885-94; Chief Clerk, First Div., 
1894-1905; Deputy Collector Customs, 1905- ; Trustee Colby Coll., 
1912-15; Trustee Sharon Public Library, 1916- ; Res., Sharon, Mass. 

*WILLIAM HORACE FURBER, A.B., A.M., 1887. Born, Winslow, 
Me., Feb. 19, 1859. Prin. Acad., Hull, Mass., 1883-84; So. Gram. 
Sch., Hingham, Mass., 1884-85; Prof. Math., Dean Acad., Franklin, 
Mass., 1887-89; Manchester, N. H., 1889-90; Sub-Master, Prescott 
Sch., 1890-95, and Master, 1896-08, Boston, Mass.; died, Boston, 
Mass., Jan. 24, 1908, aged 48. 

*GEORGE ERASTUS GARLAND, A.B. Born, Westport, Me., July 30, 

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1863. Albany Law Sch., 1883; died, Waterville, Me., Oct. 12, 1884, 
aged 21. 

♦WILLIAMS EMMONS JORDAN, A.B. Born, Windham, Me., July 
23, 1861. Druggist, Portland, Me.; died, East Deering, Me., July 22, 
1899, aged 38. 

BELA MALCOLM LAWRENCE, A.B., A.M., 1885. Born, Cherryfield, 
Me., Jan. 1, 1857. Instr. Pillsbury Acad., Owatonna, Minn., 1883- 
87; Prin. High Sch., Farmington, 1887-92; Prin. Dakota Coll., Lisbon, 
N. Dakota, 1892-93; Supt. Sch., 1893-96; Graduate Student, Univ. of 
Chicago, 1897-99; Instr. in Latin, Manual Training Sch., Chicago, 
111., 1899-1901; Supt. City Sch., Flandreau, So. Dak., 1901-05; Madi- 
son, So. Dak., 1905-. 

ALVIN PENLEY LEIGHTON, A.B. Born, Cumberland, Me., Nov. 25, 
1857. Address unknown. 

-MANUAL CASAUS MARIN, A.B. Born, Saragossa, Spain, Dec. 22, 
1857. Newton Theol. Inst., 1885, and Graduate Student, 1885-86; 
ordained, 1886; from 1886, Missionary Am. Bapt. Miss. Union, Bar- 
celona, Spain; died, Sabadell, Spain, Jan. 3, 1910, aged 52. 

SAMUEL JOSHUA NOWELL, A.B., A.M., 1888. Born, Sanford, Me., 
July 12, 1853. Agt. for Agric. Implements, 1883-85; in business, 
Sanford, Me., 1885-87; Prin. High Sch., Rockport, Me., 1887-99; 
Hardware business, Sanford, Me. 

*LEVI HERBERT OWEN, A.B., A.M., 1885. Born, Leeds, Me., June 
27, 1856. Prin. High Sch., Fairfield, Me., 1882-84; Oakland, 1884-85; 
Prin. High Sch., Milford, N. H., 1885-86; Weymouth, Mass., 1886-92; 
Natick, 1892-93; Woburn, 1893-1908; died, Woburn, Mass., May 9, 
1908, aged 51. 

BERTIS ALVARO PEASE, A.B., A.M., 1885. Born, Wilton, Me., Oct. 
31, 1854. Prin. High Sch., Milford, N. H., 1882-85; Law Student, 
1885-86; Prin. Mt. Pleasant Sch., Nashua, N. H., 1886-87; Lawyer, 
Nashua, N. H., 1889- ; Secy. Bldg and Loan Ass'n., 18.?8-98. 

WILLIAM EDGAR PERRY, A.B. Born, Hanover, Mass., May 19, 
1857. Prin. High Sch., Cherryfield, Me., 1882-83; Sub-Master High 
Sch., Brockton, Mass., 1883-90; Prin., Shurtleff Sch., Chelsea, Mass., 
1890-92; Master, Lincoln Sch., Boston, Mass.; Res., Brookline, Mass. 

WARREN COFFIN PHILBROOK, A.B., LL.D., 1910. Born, Sedgwick, 
Me., Nov. 30, 1857. Asst. Normal Sch., Farmington, Me., 1882-83; 
Adm. to the Bar, 1884; Prin. High Sch., Waterville, 3 884-87; Law- 
yer, Waterville, Me., 1887-1913; Judge Municipal Court, 1892-96; 
Repr. Me. Legisl., 1897, 1899; Mayor, 1899, 1900; Asst. Attorney 
Gen'l of Me., 1905-09, and Attorney General, 1909-11, Justice Su- 
preme Judicial Court, 1913- ; Res., Waterville, Me. 

*WILLIAM MOOR PULSIFER, A.B., M.D., Harvard, 1886, and Hahne- 
mann Med. Coll., 1887. Born, Waterville, Me., Aug. 18, 1863. Teach- 
er, Auburn, Me., 1882; Prin. High Sch., Brewster, Mass., 1883; Phy- 

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sician, Skowhegan, Me., 1888-1915; died, Skowhegan, Me., Nov. 13, 
1915, aged 52. 

WILLIAM HENRY ROBINSON, A.B., A.M., 1887. Born, Windham, 
Me., April 15, 1856. Teacher, 1882-84; Oberlin Theological Sem.; 
Pastor, M. E. Churches, 1887-1907; Business, 1907-19; Ad., 657 
Tularosa Drive, Los Angeles, Calif. 

*JOHN CHARLES RYDER, A.B. Born, Readfield, Me., Dec. 6, 1856. 
Prin. High Sch., Farmington, Me., 1882-83; Sub-Master, Williams 
Sch., Chelsea, Mass., 1883-85; Dearborn Sch., Boston, 1885-87; Sub- 
Master, O'Brien Sch., Boston, Mass., 1887-97; Head Master, Brighton 
High Sch., 1897-99; died, Bangor, Me., Feb. 15, 1899, aged 42. 

*GEORGE DANA SANDERS, A.B. Born, Patten, Me., July 11, 1851. 
Newton Theol. Inst., 1885; Pastor, Gloucester, Mass., 1885-1900; 
Chaplain U. S. A., Spanish- American war; Pastor Unitai-ian Church, 
Hartford, Conn., 1900-04; Waterville, Me., 1904-12; Houlton, Me., 
1912-18; died. Patten, Me., Sept. 9, 1918, aged 67. 

EDWARD FRANCIS TOMPSON, A.B. Born, Portland, Me., July 30, 
1860. Lawyer, Portland, Me., 1885- ; Recorder, Municipal Court, 
Portland, 1891-95; Clerk of Courts, Cumberland Co., 1899-1907; Ad., 
187 Middle St., Portland, Me. 

CHARLES AUGUSTUS TRUE, A.B. Born, Portland, Me., Nov. 24, 
1860. Adm. to the Bar, 1885; Lawyer; Ad., 61 Broadway, New 
York, N. Y. 

HERBERT SPURDEN WEAVER, A.B., A.M., 1892; L.H.D., 1914. 
Born, Waldoboro, Me., Oct. 17, 1861. Prin. Williams Gram Sch., 
Chelsea, Mass., 1885-91; Head Master, High Sch. of Pract. Art, 
Boston, Mass.; Res., Allston, Mass. 

*BENJAMIN ROBERTSON WILLS, A.B. Born, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
Nov. 28, 1856. Private Tutor; died, Short Hills, N. J., Sept. 28, 
1888, aged 31. 

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CLASS OF 1883 

RICHARD HENRY BAKER, A.B., D.D., 1914. Born, Hatfield, Eng., 
Nov. 16, 1854. Pastor, Cherryfield, Me., 1883-86; Newton Theol. Inst., 
1886-87; Pastor, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1887-1902; Mt. Holly, N. J., 1902- 
12; Brooklyn, N. Y., 1912-19; Rutherford, N. J., 1919-. 

HENRY CROSBY BARTON, A.B. Born, Jefferson, Me., Sept. 25, 1860. 
Accountant, Old Town, Me., 1883-94; Boston, Mass., 1894-. 

ARTHUR ADAMS CAMBRIDGE, A.B., A.M., 1888. Born, Raymond, 
N. H., Aug. 8, 1859. Pastor, Bowdoinham, Me., 1883-84; Franklin, 
1884-85; Hancock, 1885-86; Ellsworth, Me., 1886-89; Middlebury, 
Vt., 1889-92; North Billerica, Mass., 1892-96; West Medford, Mass., 
1896-99; In business in Cuba, 6 years; Overseas service, Y. M. C. A., 
101/2 mos.; Y .M. C. A. Sec, Naval Hut, Newport, R. I. 

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EDWARD EARLE GATES, A.B., A.M., 1888. Born, East Vassalboro 
Me., Sept. 12, 1860. Prin. High Sch., Gorham, N. H., and Friend 
ship, Me., 1883-84; Prin. Acad., Rensselaei-ville, N. Y., 1884-85; Prin 
Acad., Greenville, 1885-86; Prin. Acad., E. Springfield N. Y., 1886 
88; High Sch., Hammondsport, N. Y., 1888-91; Dundee, N. Y., 1891 
93; High Sch., Los Angeles, Cal., 1893-97; Pres., Frederick Coll. 
Md., 1897-1904; Prin. Acad., Lyon Mt., N. Y., 1904-06; Los Angeles 
Cal.; Author: The Cate-Cates Family of New England; Res., 325 
No. Fickett St., Los Angeles, Calif. 

*HORACE GETCHELL GATES, A.B., A.M., 1889; M.D., Minn. Hosp. 
Coll., 1887. Born, East Vassalboro, Me. May 22, 1863. Physician, 
Santa Monica, Cal., 1887-91; R. R. Surgeon, Los Angeles, Gal.; died, 
1911. 

WILFORD GORE CHAPMAN, A.B. Born, Portland, Me., June 29, 
1860. Since 1885, Lawyer; City Solicitor, 1894-97; Mayor, 1916, 
1917; Trustee, Colby, from 1903; Portland, Me. 

CHARLES DOLE EDMUNDS, A.B., M.D., Harvard, 1886. Born, East 
Corinth, Me., June 4, 1859. Physician, Bangor, Me.; City Physi- 
cian, 1887-91. 

CHARLES HENRY HANSON, A.B., LL.B., Boston Univ., 1886. Born, 
Sanford, Me., March 3, 1858. Lawyer, Boston, Mass.; Cost Account- 
ant; Res., Maiden, Mass. 

FRANK HERBERT HANSON, A.B., A.M., 1886. Born, Portland, Me., 
Sept. 11, 1861. Book-keeper, Rochester, N. Y., 1883-85; Prin. Gram. 
Sch., Atlantic City, N. J., 1885-88; since 1888, Prin. Gram. Sch., 
Newark, N. J.; Res., 144 Heller Parkway, Newark, N. J. 

GEORGE WILLIAM HANSON, A.B., LL.B., Boston Univ., 1886. Born, 
Sanford, Me., Jan. 26, 1861. Lawyer, Boston, Mass., 1886-88; Sioux 
Falls, So. Dak., 1888-91; since 1891, Sanford, Me.; Judge Municipal 
Court, 1897-1913; Repr. Me. Legisl., 1915; Ad., Sanford, Me. 

*HENRY WALDEN HARRUB, A.B. Born, Scituate, Mass., Aug. 28, 
1854. Master, Church Hill Gram. Sch., Pawtucket, R. I., 1883-90; 
Weir Gram. Sch., Taunton, Mass., 1890-1905; Supt. Schools, Taunton, 
Mass., 1905-1919; died, Taunton, Mass., Dec. 11, 1919, aged 65. 

*ASHER CROSBY HINDS, A.B., LL.D., 1905. Born, Benton, Me., 
Feb. 6, 1863. Editorial Staff Portland Advertiser, 1884-85; Assoc. 
Ed., Daily Press, Portland, Me., 1885-1902; Clerk to Speaker, U. S. 
Ho. of Repr., 1889-91; and Parliamentary Clerk, 1895-1911; Repr. 
62d to 64th Congresses; Trustee, Colby Coll., 1904-1919. Died, Wash- 
ington, D. C, May 1, 1919, aged 56. Editor of Rules, Manual, and 
Digest, U. S. Ho. of Rep.; Parliamentary Precedents of the U. S. Ho. 
of Rep., (1908). 

BENJAMIN JASON HINDS, A.B., 1888. Born, Fairfield, Me., Feb. 
19, 1861. Drug Clerk, 1883-85; Prin. Gram. Sch., Belfast, Me., 1885- 
86; Prin. High Sch., Machias, Me., 1886-89; Westbn, Mass., 1889-91; 

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Sub-Master, Elliot Sch., Boston, 1891-1906; Master, Washington 
Sch., Boston, Mass., 1906- ; Chairman Bd. Trustees, Public Lib., 
Stoneham, Mass., 1901- ; Res., Stoneham, Mass. 

MERRITT AUSTIN JOHNSON, A.B. Born, Thomaston, Me., Aug. 5, 
1859. Prin. High Sch., So. Thomaston, Me., 1883-86; since 1890, 
Lawyer, Rockland, Me. 

♦ALFRED KING, A.B., Sc.D., 1910; M.D., Bowdoin, 1886. Born, 
Portland, Me., July 2, 1861. Surgeon, Portland, Me., 1886-1916; City 
Physician, Portland, 1887-1890; Surgeon, Maine General Hospital, 
1891-1907; Demonstrator Anatomy, 1897-1899; Instructor Anatomy, 
1899-1903; Associate Professor Anatomy, 1903-1905; Assistant Pro- 
fessor Clinical Surgery, 1905-1907; Lecturer Surgery, 1911-1912; 
Professor Surgery, 1912-16; Medical School of Maine; Founder of 
King's Hspital, Portland; Trustee of Colby College, 1898-1908; Fellow 
American Surgical Association; died, Portland, Me., June 4, 1916, 
aged 54. 

DAVID WALDO KNOWLTON, A.B. Born, Worcester, Mass., July 4, 
1862. Lawyer, Minneapolis, Minn., since 1883; Ad., N. Y. Life Bid., 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

*GEORGE WESLEY HARDING LIBBY, A.B., M.D., Harvard, 1888. 
Born, Standish, Me., May 1, 1861. Asst. Houlton Acad., 1883-84; 
Physician, City Hospital, Worcester, Mass.; died, Denver, Colo., Aug. 
3, 1889, aged 28. 

*HENRY HARRISON MANSER, A.B. Born, Newburyport, Mass., 
June 23, 1855. Pastor, Barre, Mass., 1884-88; Wales, 1888-89; East 
Jaflfrey, N. H., 1889-1905; N. H. LegisL, 1895-96; died. East Jaffrey, 
N. H., July 25, 1905, aged 50. 

PRESTON IRVING MERRILL, A.B., A.M., 1889. Born, Buckfield, 
Me., Sept. 13, 1859. Teacher, Randolph, N. Y., 1883-84; Virginia 
City, Mont., 1884-85; Boston, Mass., 1886-89; Eastport, Me., 1889-93; 
Prop'r Merrill Teacher's Agency, Boston, Mass., 1893-1907; Trav- 
elling Salesman, 1907- ; Ad., 130 Washington St., No., Boston, Mass. 

*ALPRED IRA NOBLE A.B., M.D., Bowdoin, 1886. Born, No. Fair- 
field, Me., March 3, 1856. Physician, Boston, Mass., 1886; Med. Staff, 
State Lunatic Hosp., Worcester, Mass., 1887-1905; Supt., Mich. 
Asylum for the Insane, Kalamazoo, Mich., 1905-16; died, Detroit, 
Mich., Jan. 20, 1916, aged 59. 

*CHARLES SUMNER RICHARDSON, A.B., A.M., 1886. Born, Hart- 
ford, Me., Dec. 7, 1855. Prin. High Sch., Gorham, N. H., 1883; Prin. 
Normal Sch., Madison, Dak., 1883-90; Assayer and Chemist, 1890- 
1901; mining, 1901-04; died, Omaha, Neb., June 24, 1904, aged 48. 

EDWARD CLINTON ROBINSON, A.B., A.M., 1887. Born, Bangor, 
Me., Dec. 26, 1860. With Houghton, Mifflin & Co., Publishers, Bos- 
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1883 Colby College 

SAMUEL BENJAMIN SHEPARD, A.B. Born, "The Forks", Me., 
Aug. 24, 1861. Furniture mfg., Bar Mills, Me., to 1905; Last ad- 
dress. Bar Mills, Me. 

*GEORGE WILLIAM SMITH, A.B., LL.B., Albany, 1887. Born, Wat- 
erville. Me., Aug. 18, 1862. Prin. High Sc:h., Wiscasset, Me., 1883-85; 
Lawyer, St. Paul, Minn., 1885-90; Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins 
Univ., 1890-92; Prof. History, Colgate Univ., N. Y., 1892-95; Presi- 
dent, Colgate Univ., Hamilton, N. Y., 1895-97; died, Waterville, Me., 
Feb. 8, 1900, aged 37. 

*CHARLES EDWARD TILTON, A.B., A.M., 1887. Born, Norridge- 
wock, Me., Oct. 15, 1858. Prin. High Sch., Oakland, Me., 1883-84; 
Fairfield, 1884-89; Supt., Prin., Bangor Gram. Schools, 1889-1900; 
Supt. Schools, Bangor, Me., from 1900; died, Dec. 21, 1912, aged 54. 

HENRY TROWBRIDGE, A.B., LL.B., Albany, 1885. Born, Waldoboro, 
Me., March 16, 1860. Lawyer, Denver, Colo., 1886-95; Cripple Creek, 
1895-1903; Colorado Springs, Colo., 1903-09; Denver, 1909; Dist. Atty., 
4th Jud. Dist., 1901-05; Asst. Di.'st. Atty., 1906-09; Ad., Foster Bid., 
Denver, Colo. 

ELGIN CAMERON VERRILL, A.B., A.M., 1888. Born, Cape Elizabeth, 
Me., Oct. 19, 1858. Since 1886, Lawyer and Solicitor of Patents, Port- 
land, Me.; School Com., Cape Elizabeth, Me., 6 years; Ad., Cape 
Elizabeth, Me. 

WALTER RICHARD WHITTLE, A.B., A.M., 1888. Born, Greenwood, 
Me., Jan. 16, 1857. Prin. High Sch., Deep River, Conn., 1883-84; 
Ellsworth, Me., 1884-92; Supt. Sch., Westerly, R. I., 1892-1903; Real 
estate broker, 1904-09; Ranching, 1909- ; Ad., Chico, Kitsap Co., 
Wash. 

FRANK ROSS WOODCOCK, A.B. Born, Belfast, Me., Jan. 4, 1860. 
Teacher, Brewster, Mass., 1883-84; in business, Belfast, Me. 

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN WRIGHT, A.B. Born, Durham, Me., Aug. 
27, 1861. Prin. High Sch., Princeton, Me., 1884; Adm. to the Bar, 
1886; Lawyer, St. Paul, Minn., 1888; Melrose, Mass., 1888-90; St. 
Cloud, Minn., 1890-91; Park Rapids, Minn., 1891-; Judge, 15th Jud. 
Dist., Minnesota, 1909- ; Res., Park Rapids, Minn. 

30— *10 

CLASS OF 1884 

EDWIN PALMER BURTT, A.B. Born, Lowell, Mass., April 4, 1858. 
Newton Theol. Inst, 1888; Graduate Student, Yale, 1888-89; Pastor, 
Biddeford, Me., 1889-90; Groton, Mass., 1891-94; West Nevrton, 
1894-99; Missionary, Shin Hing, China. 

WILLARD KIMBALL CLEMENT, A.B. A.M., 1888; Ph.D., Univ. of 
Mich., 1892. Born, Boston, Mass., July 1, 1863. Student, Univ. 
Jena, 1884-86; Leipzig, 1886-88; Prof, of Latin and Greek, Ferry 
Hall Sem., Lake Forest, 111., 1888-90; Prof. Latin, Lake Fore.-^t Univ., 

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1890; Instr. in Latin, Univ. of Mich., 1890-93; Prof, of Latin and 
Greek, Univ. of Idaho, 1893-99; Acting Prof, of Latin, North- 
western Univ., 1900-02; Advertising, 1903-08; Adv. Mgr., Troy 
Laundry Machinery Co., Ltd., 1908- ; Ad., 1815 Orring-ton Ave., 
Evanston, 111. 

JOHN ERNEST CUMMINGS, A.B., A.M., 1892; D.D., 1905. Born, 
Saco, Me, June 22, 1862. Newton Theol. Inst., 1887; Missionary, 
since 1887, Am. Bapt. For. Missy. Soc, Henzada, Burma; Sec'y, 
Burma Reference Com., 1900-03; Municipal Commissioner, 1912-14; 
Sec'y, Judson Centennial Com., 1898-1913; Member Educa. Syndicate, 
Burma, 1919; Kaisar-i-Hind Medal for public service in India, 1915; 
Ad., Henzada, Burma. 

*JOHN LINCOLN DEARING, A.B., A.M., 1894; D.D., 1900. Born, 
Webster, Me., Dec. 10, 1858. Supt. Public Sch., Deep River, Conn., 
1884-86; Newton Theol. Inst, 1889; Missionary, A. B. M. Union, 
1889-1916; Pres. Bapt. Theol Sem., Yokohama, Japan, 1894-1908; 
died, Clifton Springs, N. Y., Dec. 20, 1916, aged 58. 

HENRY FRANKLIN DEXTER, A.B. Born, Village Creek, Iowa, 
Jan. 27, 1861. Newton Theol. Inst., 1887; Pastor, Hartland, Me., 
1887-94; Gospel Temp. Mission, Portland, Me., since 1895; Ad., 35 
Plum St., Portland, Me. 

ARTHUR LINCOLN DOE, A.B. Born, Vassalboro, Me., March 1, 
1861. Teaching Falmouth, Mass., 1884-85; Woonsocket, R. I., 1885- 
88; Maiden, Mass., 1888-96; since 1896, Somerville, Mass.; Master, 
Western Junior High Sch., Somerville, Mass. 

*FRANCIS MITCHELL DONNELL, A.B. Born, Houlton, Me., June 26, 
1861. Civil Engineer; died, Houlton, Me., Oct. 23, 1892, aged 31. 

ELWOOD EARLE DUDLEY, A.B. Born, East Vassalboro, Me., April 
30, 1858. Teacher, Canon City, Colo.; Portland, Oregon; Address 
unknown. 

WALTER CRANE EMERSON, A.B. Born, Oakland, Me., Jan. 18, 
1863. Local Editor, Biddeford Times, Biddeford, Me., 1884; Editorial 
staff. Daily Press, Portland, Me., 1885-86; Editorial staff, Portland 
Advertiser, 1886-91; Repr. Me. Leg-isl., 1893; Me. Hist. Soc; Wash- 
ington Corr., N. Y. Herald, 1901-05; Man. Ed., Boston Herald; Boston 
Traveler; Author, The Latchstring, (1916) ; Ad., 116 High St., Port- 
land, Me, 

CHARLES SUMNER ESTES, A.B., A.M., 1887; Ph.D., John Hopkins, 
1895. Born, Thomaston, Me., Nov. 12, 1858. Assoc. Prin. Ricker 
Classical Inst., Houlton, Me., 1884-91; Acting Prin., 1895-96; Prof, 
of Latin, Furman Univ., S. C, 1896-98; Prin. Cook Acad., N. Y., 
1898-1900; Asst., Erasmus Hall High Sch., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1900- ; 
Ad., 275 St. James PL, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

JOHN CONANT KEITH, A.B. Bora, Rochester, Ind., Aug. 14, 1861. 
Carpenter and Builder, Waterville, Me., 1884-87; Bar Harbor, 1887- 

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90; Newton, Mass., 1890-92; Columbia City, Ind., 1892-93; Teacher, 
same, 1893-94; Contractor and Builder, same, 1894-1900; Mfg., 
Greenville, Ky., 1900-01; Contractor and builder, same, 1901-02; Y. 
M. C. A., same, 1902-03; Carpenter and builder, same, 1903-04; 
Newton, Mass., 1904-06; Wellesley, Mass., 1906-08; Asst. Mgr., 
Orphanage, Nashville, Tenn., 1909-10; Carpenter and Builder, Welles- 
ley, Mass., 1911-16; Amherst, Mass., 1916-. 

HENRY KINGMAN, A.B., D.D., 1904. Born, Boston, Mass., Dec. 2, 
1863. Hartford Theol. Sem., 1887; Missionary, Am. Bd. C. F. M. in 
No. China, 1888-99; Pastor, Cong. Ch., Claremont, Calif., 1900-17; 
Pastor, Emeritus, 1917- ; Prof. N. T. Exegesis, Tungchon Theol. Sem., 
2 years; Author, A Waij of Honor, (1911) ; Faith of a Middle Aged 
Man, (1917). Ad., Claremont, Calif. 

HERBERT MAYHEW LORD, A.B., A.M., 1892. Born, Rockland, Me., 
Dec. IS, 1859. City Editor, Courier Gazette, Rockland, Me., 1884-86; 
Editor Sentinel, Waterville, 1886-87; Editor Cmirier-Gazette, Rock- 
land, Me., 1887-98; Paymr. Vols., 1898-1901; Capt. Paymr., U. S. 
Army, 1901, and Major, Paymr., 1902; Brigadier Gen'l, Q. M. C, 
Director of Finance, U. S. A., Washington, D. C. 

SHAILER MATHEWS, A.B., A.M., 1887; D.D., 1901; Oberlin, 1908, and 
Brown, 1914; LL.D., Penn. Coll., 1914. Born, Portland, Me., May 
26, 1863. Newton Theol. Inst., 1887; Assoc. Prof. Rhetoric, Colby 
Univ., 1887-89, and Prof. Hist, and Polit. Econ., 1889-94; Student, 
Univ. of Berlin, 1890-91; Assoc. Prof. N. T. Hist, and Interp., 1894- 
97; and Prof., 1897-1905; Prof. Systematic Theol., 1905-06; Prof. Hist, 
and Comparative Theol. since 1906, Univ. of Chicago; Junior Dean 
Divinity Sch., 1899-1908, Dean since 1908; Lecturer, Newton Theol. 
Inst., 1888-90; Pres. Western Econ. Soc, 1911-; Chicago Co-opera- 
tive Council of City Missions, 1908-15; Chicago Bapt. Exec. Council, 
1910-; Dir. Religious Work, Chautauqua Inst., 1912-; Pres. Fed. 
Council Chs. of Christ in America, 1912-16; Northern Bapt Conv., 
1915; Trustee Church Peace Union, 1913-; State Sec'y of War Sav- 
ings for 111., 1917-18; Editor, The World Todaij, 1903-11; Biblical 
World, 1913-; Author of Select Mediaeval Documents, (1891); Social 
Teaching of Jesus, (1897) •,New Testament Times in Palestine, (1899) ; 
The French Revolution, (1901) The Messianic Hope in the New Tes- 
tament, (1905) ; The Church and the Changing Order, (1907) ; The 
Social Gospel, (1909); The Gospel and the Modern Man, (1909); 
Scientific Management in the Churches, (1911); The Making of 
To-Morrow, (1913); The Individual and the Social Gospel, (1914); 
The Spiritual Interpretation of History (1916) ; Joint author Con- 
structive Studies in the Life of Christ, (1901) ; Principles and Ideals 
for the Sundaij School, (1903) ; Ad., 5736 Woodlawn Ave., Chicago, III. 

EZRA ELMER McINTIRE, A.B., A.M., 1891. Born, Neponset, 111., 
June 15, 1861. Prin. High Sch., Clinton, Me., 1884-85; City Ed. 
Bangor Commercial, 1885-86; Supt. Pub. Sch., Union, Iowa, 1886-87; 

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Supt. Sch., Warsaw, 111., 1888-89; from 1890, Prin. Stevens Sem., 
Glencoe, Minn. 

*CHARLES WILLIAM MORRILL, A.B., 1885. Born, Parmington, Me., 
Jan. 5, 1863. Depy. Clerk of Courts, Tacoma, Wash., 1886; Mer- 
chant, Tacoma, Wash.; died, April 19, 1914, aged 51. 

*RUPUS MOULTON, A.B. Born, Springvale, Me., Dec. 28, 1859. 
Harvard Med. Sch., died, Worcester, Mass., Aug. 24, 1889, aged 29. 

THOMAS PACKARD PUTNAM, A.B. Born, Houlton, Me., March 8, 

1862. Bookkeeper, 1884-88; Law Student, 1888-91; Adm. to the Bar, 
1891; Town Treasurer, 1895-96; Chairman Selectmen, 1897-1905; 
Treas. Houlton Trust Co., 1906-12; Treas. Aroostook County, 1919- ; 
Lawyer, Houlton, Me. 

EDWARD FRANKLIN ROBINSON, A.B., A.M., 1887; M.D., Dart- 
mouth, 1892. Born, Windham, Me., March 17, 1860. Asst. Friends' 
Sch., Providence, R. I., 1884-85; Physician, R. F. D. No. 4, Portland, 
Me. 

EDWARD EVERETT STEVENS, A.B. Born, Oakland, Me, Nov. 3, 

1863. With Washburn Mill Co., Minneapolis; with W. L. Stevens, 
Flour Exporter, Minneapolis; since 1917, General Mgr., Alberta 
Flour Mills, Ltd., Calgary, Canada. 

ALFRED IRVING THAYER, A.B., M.D., N. Y. Homeop. Med. Coll., 
1887. Born, Holyoke, Ma.ss., April 30, 1859. Physician, Newark, 
N. J., 1887-1902; Prop'r Spa Sanitorium, Ballston Spa, N. Y., 1902- ; 
Author, Exercise for Health and Grace. 

*BENJAMIN FRANCIS TURNER, A.B. Born, So. Dover, Me., Dec. 
24, 1855. Newton Theol. Inst., 1887; Missionary, Am. Bapt. Miss. 
Union, to Moulmein, Burma, 1887-89; Pastor, Buxton Centre, Me., 
1890-95; So. Norridgewock, 1895-99; Buckfield, 1899-1903; Rumford, 
1903-04; Topsham, 1904-08; Hallowell, Me., 1908-10; No. Berwick, 
Me., 1910-13; died, Head Harbor Island, Me., Sept. 8, 1913, aged 57. 

22— *5 

CLASS OF 1885 

CHANCE Y ADAMS, A.B., A.M., 1888; M.D., Bowdoin, 1891. Born, No. 
New Portland, Me., March 15, 1861. Prin. High Sch., Phillips, Me., 
1885; Druggist, No. Anson, Me., 1886-90; Marine Hosp., Staten Id., 
N. Y., 1891; State Lunatic Hosp., Taunton, Mass., 3 891-93; since 
1893, Physician, Concord, N. H.; City Physician, Concord, N. H., 
1897-98; Mem. Bd. Health, 1903-09; Medical Referee, Merrimack Co., 
1913-18; Mem. U. S. Advisory (Medical) Bd. for Merrimack Co., 
• 1917-19; Ad., 11 South St., Concord, N. H. 

BURLEIGH SMART ANNIS, A.B., A.M., 1888. Born, Wells, Me., Jan. 
27, 1859. Prin. High Sch., Richmond, Me., 1885-86; Prof. Math., 
Wesleyan Acad., Wilbraham, Mass., 1886-90; Grad. student, Johns 

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Hopkins, 1890-93; Instr. Northwestern Univ., 1893-96; Asst. High 
Sch., Hartford, Conn.; since 1904 in business; Ad., Chattanooga, Tenn. 

GEORGE RICHER BERRY, A.B., A.M., 1888; D.D., 1904. Born, West 
Sumner, Me., Oct. 15, 1865. Teacher, Pembroke, Me., 1885-86; New- 
ton Theol. Inst., 1889; Pastor, Liberty, Me., 1889-92; Graduate Stu- 
dent, Univ. of Chicago, 1892-95; Fellow in Semitic Lang., 1893-94; 
Asst. in Semitics, Univ. Chicago, 1895-96; Instr. in Semitic Lang., 
Colgate Univ., 1896-98; Prof. Semitic Lang., 1898-1916; Prof. Her- 
meneutics and 0. T. History and Theol., 1916-18; Prof. 0. T. Inter- 
pretation and Semitic Lang., 1918- ; Member National Inst. Social 
Sciences; Author of Letters of the Rm. -i- Collection in the British 
Museum (1896); New Old Testament, (1896); Netc Lexicon of the 
New Testament, (1897); The Book of Proverbs, (1905); The Old 
Testament Among Semitic Religions, (1910); etc.; Ad., Hamilton, 
N. Y. 

CHARLES CARROLL, A.B. Born, Linneus, Me., Dec. 28, 1861. Adlii. 
to the Bar, 1888; Lawyer, Houlton, Me. 

WILBUR WILLIS COCHRANE, A.B. Born, Monmouth, Me., April. 
16, 1859. Rochester Theol. Sem., 1890; Missionary, A. B. F. M. S., 
Burma, 1890-1914; Bapt. State Missionary, New York, 1915; Colpor- 
ter, A. B. P. S., 1916; Pastor, Cong. Ch., Sprague, Wash., 1917; Lum- 
bering, lone. Wash., 1917- ; Author, The Shans, (1914) ; joint author, 
Shans at Home, (London, 1919). 

FRANK HOWARD EDMUNDS, A.B., LL.B., Albany. Born, East 
Corinth, Me., March 4, 1862. Prin. High Sch., Milo, Me., 1885-86; 
Lawyer, New York City, 1890- ; Trustee, Colby Coll., 1907-10; Ad., 
115 Broadway, New York City. 

*BENJAMIN FRANKLIN FISH, A.B. Born, No. Livermore, Me., 
Jan. 18, 1862. Asst. Wayland Sem., Wash, D. C, 1885-86; died. Free- 
port, Me., May 7, 1887, aged 25. 

ARTHUR MONTGOMERY FOSS, A.B. Born, Charleston, Me., April 
22, 1863. Prin. High Sch., Marion, Mass., 1885-86; Adm. to the Bar, 
1889; Depy. U. S. Marshal, 1897; Lawyer, Paul's Valley, Okla. 

*EDWARD FULLER, A.B. Born, Skowhegan, Me., April 7, 1862. Har- 
vard Law Sch., 1886-88; died, Skowhegan, Me., Aug. 22, 1894, 
aged 32. 

*HARRY LELAND JEWETT, A.B. Born, Sidney, Me., March 5, 1861. 
Prin. High Sch., Readfield, Wiscasset, Richmond, Me.; Lawyer, Au- 
gusta, Hallowell; died. Canon City, Colo., Aug. 30, 1894, aged 33. 

FRED ALBERTIS SNOW, A.B. Born, No. Berwick, Me., Nov. 23, 
1861. Newton Theol. Inst., 1888; Pastor, Rockport, Me., 1888-92; 
Park Rapids, Minn., 1892-95; Cherryfield, Me., 1896-1904; Old Town, 
Me., 1904-13; Freeport, Me., 1913-. 

WILLIAM HENRY SNYDER, A.B., A.M, 1888; Sc.D., 1906. Born. 
Auburn, Me., Feb. 17, 1863. Prin. High Sch., Littleton, Mass., 1885- 

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87; Graduate Student, Harvard Univ., 1887-88; Teacher, New York, 
1888-89; U. S. Geol. Survey, 1889-90; Master in Science, Worcester 
Acad., Mass., 1890-95; Graduate Student, Harvard, 1895-96; Teacher, 
Penn Charter Sch., Phila., 1896-97; Master in Science, Worcester 
Acad., 1897-1906; Prin. High Sch., Hollywood, Gal.; Joint author of 
One Thousand Problems in Physics. Res., 15.31 Las Palmas Ave.-, 
Hollywood, Calif. 
AMOS BROWN TOWNSEND, A.B., A.M., 1888; M.D., Bowdoin, 1889. 
Born, Norridgewock, Me., July 18, 1864. Physician, 1889-95, and 
fruit grower, Campbell, Cal. ; Trustee, Campbell Union H. S. 



CLASS OF 1886 

BYRON BOYD, A.B. Born, Victoria Corner, N. B., Aug. 31, 1864. 
Prin. High Sch., Bar Harbor, Me., 1886-87; Chief Clerk, State Dept. 
Me., 1891-95; Secretary of State, 1895-1905; Res., Augusta, Me. 

LUTHER CROCKER BRIDGHAM, A.B. Prin. High Sch., Sherman, 
Me., 1886-87; West Minot, Me. 

CHARLES COREY BROWN, A.B. Born, Jacksontown, N. B., Dec. 16, 
1859. Last address, Redlands, Calif. 

WALLACE ERWIN BRUCE, A.B. Born, Lewiston, Me., Sept. 7, 1864. 
In business and P. M., So. Norridgewock, Me., 1887-90; Druggist, So. 
Boston, Mass.; Last address, Eagle Rock, Calif. 

JUDSON BILLINGS BRYANT, A.B., A.M., 1889. Born, Knox, Me., 
June 30, 1862. Teacher, Knox, Me., 1886-87; Newton Theol. Inst, 
1890; Pastor, China, Me., 1890-91; Bowdoinham, 1891-92; Knox, 
1893; Wayne, 1893-99; in business, 1899- ; Supt. Schools, Wayne, Me, 
1898-99; Author: Historical Sketch Wayne Baptist Church, (1894); 
Ad., 52 Wall St., Portland, Me. 

RANDALL JUDSON CONDON, A.B., A.M., 1902; LL.D., 1913. Born, 
Friendship, Me., July 10, 1862. Prin. High Sch., Richmond, Me., 
1886-89; Supt. Sch., Templeton, Mass., 1889-91; Everett, 1891-1902; 
Helena, Mont., 1902-10; Providence, R. I., 1910-12; Cincinnati, 0., 
1913- ; Member Me. Legisl., 1887; Member Ohio State Bd. of Educa- 
tion; Trustee and 2d Vice-Pres. Lincoln Memorial Univ.; Delegate to 
Educa. Cong. The Hague, 1913; Pres. N. E. Superintendents' Assn., 
1901; Pres. Mont. State Teachers' Assn., 1908; Pres. Mont. Civic 
Fed., 1908; Pres. Natl. Soc. Study Edtica., 1915; Pres. American 
School Peace League, 1913- ; Ad., 3818 Winding Way, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 

LEONARD LORENZO DICK, A.B., A.M., 1889. Born, Georgetown, 
Iowa, Jan. 26, 1864. Teacher in Mass., 1886-89; Business, 1889-96; 
Insurance, 1896-99; Ad., Sharon, Mass. 

HORATIO RUSS DUNHAM, A.B. Born, No. Paris, Me., Jan. 16, 1861. 
Prin. Paris Hill Acad., Me., 1886; High Sch., Livermore Falls, 1887; 

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Clothing business, Waterville, Me., 1887-1912; Ad., 225 No. Gramercy 
PI., Los Angeles, Calif. 

*FRED GRANT DUNN., A.B. Born, Ashland, Me., March 2, 1864. 
Lawyer, Ashland, Me.; died, Boston, Mass., Feb. 14, 1910, aged 45. 

GEORGE EDGAR GOOGINS, A.B. Born, Milbridge, Me., Feb. 25, 1863. 
Teacher, 1886-88; Adm. to Bar, 1889; City Cor. Portland Sintday 
Times, 1888-90; Law^yer, Milbridge, Me., 1891-97; Bar Harbor, 1897- ; 
Supt. Schools, Milbridge, 1892-96; Recorder Mun. Court, Bar Harbor, 
1917-; Author: Strange Adventures of a Summer Tourist, (1891); 
Ad., Bar Harbor, Me. 

RICHARD ALSTON METCALF, A.B. Born, Newcastle, Me., Feb. 27, 
1864. Vice Prin. Salt Lake Acad., Salt Lake City, Utah, 1886-90; 
Prin. High Sch., Ottumwa, Iowa, 1890-91; Princeton, 1891-96; Repre- 
sentative of Allyn and Bacon, 1896-1904; manager New York Office, 
1904-19; Ad., Aerial Orchards, Clarkesville, Ga. 

SELDOM BURDEN OVERLOCK, A.B., M.D., Bellevue, 1889. Born, 
Washington, Me., Nov. 13, 1860. Prin. High Sch., No. Waldoboro, 
Me., 1886-87; Physician, Steuben, Me., 1889-94; Pomfret, Conn., 
1894- ; Memb. Conn. State Bd. Health, 1906-07; Memb. Bd. Pardons, 
1912- ; Surgeon-in-chief Day Kimball Hosp., Putnam, Conn.; Pres. 
State Med. Soc, 1909; Fellow American College of Surgeons; Con- 
tributor to various medical publications; Ad., Pomfret, Conn. 

GEORGE PERLEY PHENIX, A.B., Sc.D., 1911. Born, Portland, Me., 
Sept. 25, 1864. Asst. Hebron Acad., Hebron, Me., 1886-88; Teacher 
of Science, State Normal Sch., New Britain, Conn., 1888-93; Prin. 
Normal Sch., Willimantic, 189.3-1904; Director Acad. Dept, Hampton 
Inst., Hampton, Va., 1904-08; Vice-Prin., since 1908. 

SHERIDAN PLAISTED, A.B., A.M., 1889. Born, Waterville, Me., 
Jan. 4, 1867. Waterville, Me. 

RALPH HOWARD PULSIFER, A.B., M.D., Bo.-^ton Univ., 1889 and 
Hahnemann Med. Col., 1890. Born, Waterville, Me., Aug. 19, 1865. 
Physician, Skowhegan, 1890-98; Waterville, 1898-1902; Vassalboro, 
1902-07; Waterville, Me., 1907-15; Belgrade, 1915-. 

HARRY LYMAN PUTNAM, A.B., M.D., Bellevue, 1890. Born, Houl- 
ton. Me., Sept. 9, 1863. Prin. High Sch., Deep River, Conn., 1886- 
88; Physician and Surgeon, since 1890, Houlton, Me. 

THOMAS JEFFERSON RAMSDELL, A.B., D.D., 1912. Born, Lubec, 
Me., Nov. 13, 1859. Newton Theol. Inst., 1889; Pastor, So. Paris, 
Me., 1889-1902; Caribou, Me., 1902-13; Calais, Me., 1913-. 

ALBERT MARSHALL RICHARDSON, A.B., A.M., 1889. Born, Man- 
chester, Me., Feb. 28, 1863. Teaching, 1887-88; Machinist, M. C. R. 
R., 1889-93; Town Clerk, Treas., Supt Schools, Postmaster, 1894-97; 
U. S. Engineer Dept, 1898-1904; Po.stal Clerk, 1905-06; Treas., Me. 
State Sanatorium Asso., Western Me. Sanatorium, 1907-19; Account- 
ant, 1919- ; Ad., Portland, Me. 

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ELISHA SANDERSON, A.B. Born, Canton, N. Y., March 6, 1862. 
Newton Theol. Inst, 1889; Pastor, Greenville, N. H., 1889-95; Hop- 
kinton, 1895-99; Moosup, Conn., 1899-1903; Montville, 1903-09; 
Sedg-wick, Me., 1909-15; Bridgewater 1915-18; Fairfax, Vt., 1918- ; 
Memb. School Bd., Montville, Conn., 1905-08; Bridgewater, Me., 
1916-18. Ad., Fairfax, Vt. 

CHARLES PORTER SMALL, A.B., A.M., 1889; M.D., Bowdoin, 1889. 
Born, Bangor, Me., Nov. 16, 1863. House Physician, Maine Gen. 
Hosp., Portland, 1889-90; Asst. Surgeon, National Soldiers' Home, 
Togus, 1890-91; University Physician, Univ. of Chicago, since 1892; 
Capt. Med. Corps, U. S. A., in service 22 months in world war; Ad., 
Chicago, 111. 

*HARRY ATHERTON SMITH, A.B., M.D., Bowdoin, 1890. Bom, 
Auburn, Me., June 23, 1866. Physician, Livermore, Me., 1891-99; 
West Roxbury, Mass., 1899-1914; died, West Roxbury, Mass., April 
27, 1914, aged 47. 

IRVING LaFOREST TOWNSEND, A.B. Born, Norridgewock, Me., 
April 21, 1866. Teacher, 1886-96; Address unknown. 

HERBERT WALTER TRAFTON, A.B. Born, Fort Fairfield, Me., May 
26, 1864. Lawyer, since 1891, Fort Fairfield, Me.; Repr. Me. Legisl., 
1911, 1915; Speaker of House, 1915; Commissioner Public Utilities 
Com. of Maine, 1918- ; Chairman Local Exemption Bd., Div. No. 2, 
Aroostook, 1917-18; Trustee, Colby Col., 1912- ; Ad., Fort Fairfield, Me. 

*STEPHEN ELVARO WEBBER, A.B., A.M., 1889; M.D., Harvard, 
1894. Born, Chesterville, Me., Oct. 1, 1860. Prin. High Sch., Calais, 
Me., 1886-91; Physician, Calais, Me., 1894-1916; died, Calais, Me., 
Jan. 12, 1916, aged 55. 

JOHN RYDER WELLINGTON, A.B., A.M., 1891; M.D., George Wash- 
ington Univ., 1891. Born, Albion, Me., Oct. 28, 1865. Physician, 
Washington, D. C, from 1891; surgical work only since 1908; Ad., 
1723 Connecticut Ave., Washington, D. C. 

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CLASS OF 1887 

ORRIS LYFORD BEVERAGE, A.B., A.M., 1890. Born, Pulpit Harbor, 
Me., Aug. 11, 1860. Prin. High Sch., Hallowell, Me.; Dorchester, 
Mass. 

FRED RAYMOND BOWMAN, A.B., M.D., Harvard, 1891. Born, Sidney, 
Me., Oct. 27, 1866. Physician, 211 Huntington Ave., Boston, Mass. 

WOODMAN BRADBURY, A.B., D.D., 1907. Born, Bangor, Me., April 
9, 1866. Newton Theol. Inst., 1891; Pastor, Laconia, N. H., 1891-97; 
Worcester, Mass., 1897-01; Cambridge, Mass., 1901-18; Prof. Home- 
letics, Newton Theol. Inst., 1918-; Memb. Bd. Education, Laconia, 
N. H., 1893-97; Trustee, Colby Coll., 1907- ; Res., Ne%vton Centre, 
Mass. 

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EVERETT EDWIN BURLEIGH, A.B. Born, Houlton, Me., Nov. 9, 
1862. In business, Houlton, Me. 

PRESTON NEWELL BURLEIGH, A.B. Born, Oakfield, Me., Feb. 18, 
1866. In timber business. Iron River, Wis., 1888-92; Law Student, 
Harvard, 1893-94; Asst. Engineer, B. & A. R. R., and timber busi- 
ness, Houlton, Me. 

CHARLES EDWIN COOK, A.B., A.M., 1890. Born, Friendship, Me., 
Nov. 28, 1863. Teacher, Friendship, Sanford, So. Thomaston, Wis- 
casset. Brewer, Me., 1887-92; Pepperell, Mas.s., 1892-93; in business, 
Rumney, N. H., 1893-95; traveling salesman, 1896-1902; in business. 
Concord, N. H., 1905- ; Ad., 77 Warren St., Concord, N. H. 

NATHANIEL HANSCOM CROSBY, A.B., A.M., 1891; M.D., Univ. of 
Vt., 1891. Born, Benton, Me., Jan. 17, 1864. Teaching, 1887-88, 
1890; Physician, Monson, Me., 1891-1901; Milo, Me., 1901-; Memb. 
Sch. Bd., Monson, Me., 1892-99; Supt. Schools, 1899-1900. 

HENRY FULLER CURTIS, A.B., M.D., Harvard, 1891. Born, Kenne- 
bunk. Me., Aug. 22, 1864. Carney Hosp., So. Boston, 1890-91; Physi- 
cian, Somerville, Mass.; Memb. Sch. Bd., 1904-09; Memb. Overseers 
of Poor, 1909- ; Ad., 145 Perkins St., Somerville, Mass. 

HOLMAN FRANCIS DAY, A.B., Litt.D., 1907. Born, Vassalboro, 
Me., Nov. 6, 1865. Journalist, Fair-field, Bangor, Lewiston, Me.; 
Special writer, N. Y. Tribune and Boston Herald; managing Editor, 
Leiviston Daily Sun, Auburn, Me.; Military sec. to Gov. John F. Hill 
of Me., 1900-04; Author of Up in Maine, (1900) ; Pine Tree Ballads, 
(1902) ; Kin O'Ktaadn, (1904) ; Sqidre Phin, (1905) ; (dramatized as 
The Circus Man, 1909) ; Rainy Day Railroad War, (1906) ; Mayor of 
the Woods, (1907) ; Eagle Badge, (1908); King Spnice, (1910); The 
Ramrodders, (1910); The Skipper and the Skipped, (1911); The 
Red Lane, (1912); The Landloper, (1915); Along Came Ruth 
(drama), (1914); Blow the Man Down, (1916); Where Your Treas- 
ure Is, (1917); Kavanagh's Clare, (1917); Rider of the King Log, 
(1919); and 500 serials and short stories; Res., Portland, Me. 

CHARLES EDWARD DOLLEY, A.B. Born, Gorham, N. H., Aug. 24, 
1860. Prin. No. Paris Acad., 1887; in business, WaterviUe, Me., 
1888; Accountant, B. & M. R. R., Boston, Mass., 1888-89; Treas. Gas 
Light Co., Maiden, Mass.; Since 1910, Public Accountant, 68 Devon- 
shire St., Boston, Mass. 

HORACE DAVENPORT DOW, A.B., A.M., 1890; M.D., Univ. of N. Y., 
1891. Born, Vassalboro, Me., Feb. 15, 1864. Physician, Maspeth, 
Borough of Queens, New York, since 1894. 

HARVEY DOANE EATON, A.B., LL.B., Harvard, 1891. Born, No. 
Cornville, Me., Sept. 20, 1862. Lawyer, WaterviUe, Me., 1891- ; 
Member Bd. Educa., 1898-1900; Chairman, 1899-1900; Citv Solicitor, 
1897-98. 

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WALTER BATES FABR, A.B., A.M., 1890; LL.B., and A. M., Harvard, 
1893. Born, Oakland, Me., Oct. 22, 1866. Teacher, 1888-90; Lawyer, 
Boston, Mass., 1893-; Ad., 205 Lincoln St., Boston, Mass. 

*FORREST GOODWIN, A.B., LL.B., Boston Univ., 1890. Born, Skow- 
hegan. Me., June 14, 1862. Admitted to Bar, 1889; Lawyer, Skow- 
hegan. Me.; Clerk at Speaker's desk, 51st Cong.; Postmaster, Skow- 
hegan, Me., 1892-96; Repr. Me. Legis., 1889; Senate, 1903, and Pres. 
of Senate, 1905; Repr. Congress; died, Portland, Me. May 28, 1913, 
• aged 50. 

ADAM SIMPSON GREEN, A.B., A.M., 1890. Born, Aberdeen, Miss., 
Dec. 19, 1858. Newton Theol. Inst., 1893; Pastor, Minneapolis, 
Minn., 1894-95; Bible Institute, Kan., 1895-98; Prof. Math., N. T. 
Greek, and Hebrew, Western Coll., Macon, Mo., and Edwards Bapt. 
Coll., Muskogee, I. T., 1900-02; Teacher, New Orleans, La.; Address 
unknown. 

ROSCOE WILLIAM HARVEY, A.B. Born, Augusta, Me., July 2, 1865. 
Lumberman in U. S. and Canada; Ad., Augusta, Me. 

STANLEY HARRY HOLMES, A.B., A.M., 1890. Born, Augusta, Me., 
Feb. 4, 1867. Prin. High Sch., Milo, Me., 1887-88; Supt. Sch., 
Grafton, Mass., 8 years; Westfield, Mass., 4 years; Haverhill, Mass., 
3 years; since 1905, New Britain, Conn. 

EUGENE WILDER JEWETT, A.B. Born, Sidney, Me., Jan. 16, 1863. 
Teacher, Sullivan, Me., 1887; Merchant, and mine operator. Aspen, 
Colo.; Secy., Bd. Education, 3 years; Pres., 2 years; Dir. and Vice- 
Pres., Newman & Milling Co. 

JOEL FRANCIS LARRABEE, A.B. Born, Kennebunk, Me., Nov. 18, 
1865. Druggist, Waterville, Me., 1887-97; Asst. Postmaster, Water- 
ville, Me., 1897-. 

HERBERT MELVIN MOORE, A.B. Born, Milo, Me., April 15, 1861. 
Prin. High Sch., Bar Harbor, Me., 1887-89; Yarmouth, 1890-1907; 
Supt. Sch., Yarmouthville, Me. 

FRED KRAMPH OWEN, A.B. Born, Milo, Me., Oct. 10, 1865. Re- 
porter, North Adams, Mass., Sunday Express, 1888; Auburn, Me., 
Gazette, 1889-91, and Editor, 1892; City Editor, Lewiston Sun, 1893- 
95; Managing Editor, Taunton, Mass., Daihj News, 1895-96; Night 
Editor, Portland, Me., Daily Press, 1896-1913, and Asst. Managing 
Editor, 1913- ; Res., 365 Stevens Ave., Woodfords, Me. 

IRVING OSSIAN PALMER, A.B., A.M., 1890. ■ Born, Leeds, Me., May 
17, 1862. Prin. Derby Acad., Vt., 1887-88; H. S. Wareham, Mass., 
1888-91; Head Science Dept., Tabor Acad., 1891-93; H. S., Salem, 
Mass., 1893-97; H. S., Newton, Mass., 1897-1910; Prin. Tech. H. S., 
Newton, Mass., 1910- ; Joint author of One Thousand Problems in 
Physics; Ad., 30 Highland Ave., Newtonville, Mass. 

ELMER ELLSWORTH PARMENTBR, A.B., A.M., 1890. Born, 
Albion, Me., June 29, 1861. Asst. Mitchell Sch., Billerica, Mass., 

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1887-94; Prin. North Sch., Portland, Me., 1894- ; Supervisor Schools, 
China, Me., 1884-86; Res., 23 Nevens St., Woodfords, Me. 

*FRED MILLER PERKINS, A.B. Born, Charlestown, Mass., Dec. 4, 
1864. Newton Theol. Inst, 1887; died, Somei-ville, Mass., Jan. 2, 
1888, aged 23. 

CHARLES CARROLL RICHARDSON A.B., A.M., 1891. Born, Skow- 
hegan, Me., June 19, 1860. Prin. High Sch., Wayne, Me., 1887-88; 
Ea. Corinth Acad., 1888-91; Higgins Class. Inst., Charleston, 1891- 
96; Newton Theol. Inst., 1896-97; Prin. High Sch., Chatham, Mass., 
1897-99; Cumberland, R. I., (P. 0. Valley Falls) 1899-1903, Supt. 
Schools, 1903-10; Supt. Schools, Leicester, Mass., 1910-15; North 
Dana, Mass., 1915-18; West Brookfield, Mass., 1918-. 

ELMER ASA RICKER, A.B. Born, Waterboro, Me., July 27, 1866. 
Life Insurance, Deadwood, So. Dak., to 1909; Salt Lake City, Utah, 
1909- ; Ad., 1274 E. South Temple St., Salt Lake City, Utah. 

MAURICE HERMAN SMALL, A.B. Born, Wilton, Me., March 18, 
1861. Prin. High Sch., Norway, Me., 1887-92; Westbrook, 1892-95; 
Fellow in Psychology and Pedagogy, Clark Univ., 1895-98; Prin. 
High Sch., Passaic, N. J., 1898-1902; Prof. Normal Sch., Oshkosh, 
Wis.; Author of articles in The Pedagogical Seminary, 1895-98. 

APPLETON WHITE SMITH, A.B., M. D., Harvard, 1902. Born, 
Rangoon, Burma, May 13, 1865. In business, Boston, 1887-97; City 
Hospital, 1901; Hospital administration, Boston and Newton, Mass., 
1904-09; Hartford, Conn., 1909-17; Washington, D. C, 1917-18; Fall 
River, Mass., 1919-; Ad., 538 Prospect St., Fall River, Mass. 

*ALFRED LYNWOOD SNOW, A.B., M.D. Born, Milo, Me., April 25, 
1861. Died, Boston, Mass., Dec, 1892, 31. 

WILLIAM FRANKLIN WATSON, A.B., A.M., 1890. Born, Jackson- 
town, N. B., May 11. 1861. Prof. Chem. and Biology, Furman Univ.. 
Greenville, S. C, 1887-1911; Lecturer, 1911-14; Memb. Com. appoint- 
ed by Nat. Civ. Federation to inspect Educa. Inst, of Great Britain; 
Originator of new methods in photo-micrography; Received medal, 
Charleston Exposition, 1902, for method of concentration of monazite 
sand; Memb. many learned soc; Lecturer, Dept. Educa., N. Y. C, 
1914-15; Author of The Children of the Sun, (1886); Elem. Experi- 
mental Chemistry, (1901); Practieal Physics, (1906); Laboratory 
Courses in Chemistry; Ad., 1171 Milledge Ave., Athens, Ga. 

30— *2 

CLASS OF 1888 

EDWARD PARK BARRELL, A.B., A.M., 1891. Born, Turner, Mc, 
Oct. 16, 1864. Teacher, Turner, 1888-89; York, 1889-90; Prof. Math, 
and Greek, Hay\vard Coll. Inst., Fairfield, 111., 1890-92; Prin. Acad. 
Dept., Soule Com. Coll., New Orleans, La., 1892-93; Prin. High Sch., 
King-field, Me., 1894-95; Prin. Potter Acad., Sebago, 1895-97; Sub- 

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Master, High Sch., Southbridge, Mass., 1897-98; Prof. Chemistry 
and Physics, Southern Univ., New Orleans, La., 1898-1913; Head 
Science Dept., Troy Conference Acad., Poultney, Vt., 1913-15; 
Scarritt-Morrisville Col., Morrisville, Mo., 1915-16; Prof. Chemistry, 
John B. Stetson Univ., Deland, Fla., 1917-. 

ALBION HALE BRAINARD, A.B., A.M., 1891. Born, Winthrop, Me., 
Feb. 19, 1866. Prin. High School, Bethlehem, N. H., 1888-89; Blue- 
hill, Me., 1889-90; Hallowell, 1890-93; Augusta, 1893-97; Lynn, Mass., 
1897-1904; Gardner, 1904-11; Arlington, N. J., 1911-. 

ALBERT FOSTER DRUMMOND, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me., May 
26, 1866. Asst. Treas., and Treas., Waterville Savings Bank, Water- 
ville, Me.; City Council, 2 years as councilman, 1 year as alderman; 
Trustee Colby Coll., 1918- ; Trustee, Public Lib., 1919- ; Vice-Pres. for 
Me., Amer. Bankers' Asso., Savings Bank Sec, 1919; Sec'y, Me. Sav- 
ings Bank Asso. 

HENRY FLETCHER, A.B., A.M., 1891. Born, Newport, N. H., May 1, 
1864. Teacher, 1888-96; Supt. of Sch., 1896-97; Since 1897, in busi- 
ness. So. Paris, Me. 

SOLOMON GALLERT, A.B., A.M., 1891. Bom, Waterville, Me., Oct. 
17, 1868. Law Student and Reporter, 1888-90; Mgr. Lumber and 
Mining Corporation, Golden, N. C, 1890-93; Adm. to the Bar, 1891; 
Lawyer, Rutherford ton, N. C, 1893- ; Memb. Legisl., N C, 1907-08. 

EMERY BENTON GIBBS, A.B., LL.B., Boston Univ., 1891. Born, 
Byron, Me., Oct. 23, 1862. Adm. to the Bar, 1891; Lawyer, Boston, 
Mass., 1891- ; Repr. Mass. Legisl., 1897; Referee in Bankruptcy, since 
1898; Bail Commissioner, 1894-98; Trustee, Colby College, 1909- ; 
Trustee, Newton Theological Inst.,; Res., Brookline, Mass. 

BENJAMIN PLINY HOLBROOK, A.B., A.M., 1891. Born, Danvers, 
Mass., March 13, 1866. Journalist, Boston Advertiser, 1888-92; 
Boston Neivs, 1892-93; since 1893, Editorial Staff, Boston Globe; Res,, 
52 Kirkland, St., Cambridge, Mass. 

*CARL EDWARD HOLBROOK, A.B., A.M., 1891. Born, Danvers, 
Mass., Dec. 25, 1867. Teacher, Milbridge, Me., and Holliston, Mass., 
1888-90; Student, Johns Hopkins, 1890-91; Univ. of Berlin, and 
Munich, 1891-92; died, Interlaken, Switzerland, Aug. 26, 1892, 
aged 24. 

MARTIN STILLMAN HOWES, A.B. Born, Washburn, Me., Nov. 4, 
1861. Stated Supply, West Gardiner and Litchfield, 1886-88; North 
Haven, Me., 1888-89; Newton Theol. Inst., 1892; Pastor, Dunbarton, 
N. H .,1890-91; Stated Supply, Coleraine, Mass., 1891-92; Pastor, 
Newport, R. I., 1892-96; Evangelist, Boston, Mass., 1896-98; Pastor, 
Greenfield, Mass., 1898-1901; Stated Supply, Lompoc, Cal., 1901-02; 
Santa Paula, 1902-03; Los Angeles, 1903-04; Pastor, Mechanic Falls, 
Me., 1905-06; Mexico, Me., 1906-12; Brunswick, Me., 1912-14; Fran- 
conia, N. H., 1914-18; Warner, N. H., 1918; Ad., Warner, N. H. 

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lase. B«a, OakficU. Me, FehL la, 18S8l Adm. ta Ae Bar, 1892; 



Graduates — Men 1889 

HIRAM EVERETT FARXHA3I, A.B., A.iL. 1892. Bora, Belgrade, 
Me., June 3, 1565. Graduate Student, Yale Univ., 1889-91; Gen. Secy., 
Y. M. C. A., Lock Haven, Pa., 1S91-93; Pastor, Cong. Ch., Lovell, Me., 
1894-95; Asst. Jarvis Hall MU. Acad., Denver, Colo., 189-5-9*; Prof. 
Greek, Tabor College, Tabor, Iowa, 1897-1904; Insnrance, Waterloo, 
Iowa, 190.5-08; St Joseph, Mo., 1908- ; Vice-Pres., St. Joseph Public 
Ownership League; Pres., St. Joseph Life Underwriters Assn. 

*HEXRY WAKEFIELD FRYE, A.B. Bom, Belfast, Me., Aprfl 21, 
1868. Vice-Consul Gen., Halifax, X. S., 1889-90; Editor, Electrical 
World, Xew Yrok, 1892-95; died, Folsom, New Mexico, June 20, 1895, 
aged 27. 

JAMES KIXG, A.B., C. P. A., Univ. Illinois, 1904. Bom, Watervffle, 
Me., Jan. 7, 1868. Teacher, West Freeman, Me., 1889; Bookkeeper. 
Houlton, Me., 1S90; Vice-Consnl Gen., Halifax, X. S., 1890-92; Insur- 
ance, Chicago, 1S93-1S99; Public Accountant, 1900-1906; Assistant 
Comptroller, International Harvester Co^ Chicago, IlL, 1906- ; Pres., 
King Lock Co.; Pres., Baird Equipment Co. Ad., 911 East .50th St, 
Chicago, lU. 

CHARLES FRED MEGQUIER, A.B. Bora, East Corinth, Me., April 
S, 1869; Last address, Fayette, 3Ie. 

FRAXK ELMER XYE, A.B. Bom, Pittsfield, Me., April 14, 1866. 
Ad., 6-5 DevoEshire St., Boston, Mass. 

LIXCOLX OWEX, A.B., A.M., 1892. Bom, Buxton, Me., Dec 4, 1860. 
Prin. Hi^ Sch., Waterville, Me., 1889-93; since 1893, Master, Rice 
Sch., Boston, Mass.; Author: A Work-Book m Arithmetic^ (191V »; 
manv educational articles; Ad., 53 Montview St., West Roxbury, 
Mas^. 

CH.AJJLES HOVEY PEPPER, A.B., AJI., 1892; L. H. D., 1912. Bom, 
Waterville, Me., Aug. 27, 1864. Art Student, X. Y., 1890-93; Paris, 
189-3-95; in Paris until 1899; Exhibited paintings in Salons of Paris, 
Berlin, Vienna, Philadelphia, Chicago, and Xew York; Studied in 
Japan, 1903; traveled in Java, Burma, Ceylon, 1904; Author: Japanese 
Prints. Residence. Concord, Mass. 

JOHX LYMAX PEPPER, A.B., M.D., Bowdoin, 1894. Bom, Farming- 
ton, Me., June 11. 1865. Physician, Madison, Me. 

BEECHER PUTX.A.M, A.B. Bom, Houlton, Me, Feb. 13, 1867. Teach- 
er, 1889-90: Adm. to the Bar, 1894; Lawyer, Houlton, Me., 1894- ; 
Repr. Me. LcgisL, 1901, 1903; Senate, 1905, 1907; Insurance Com- 
missioner, 1908-12; Executive Council, 1913-14; Presidential Elector, 
1916; Dir. Me. Inst, for Blind, 1912-; Trustee, Colby CoL, 19a7-; Ad- 
dress. Houlton, Me. 

EUGEXE LESTER S.\MPSOX. A.B., AM_, 1892; A.B., Harvard, 1897. 
Born, Lexington, Me., Xov. 26, 18&4. Teacher, Xoank, Conn., 1889- 
90; Prin. Acad., Foxcroft, Me., 1890-95; High Sch., Dexter, 1893-96; 
Harvard Grad. Sch., in Math., 1896-97; Gordon Missionary Training 

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1889 Colby College 

School, 1897-98; Pastor, Washburn, Me., 1899-1900; So. Dover, Me., 
1901-03; business, Foxcroft, Me. 

EDWAPD FRANCIS STEVENS, A.B., Litt.D., 1917. Born, Rangoon, 
Burma, Sept. 22, 1868. With Baker & Taylor Co., Booksellers, N. Y., 
1889-91; wth Longmans, Green & Co., Publishers, N. Y., 1891-1902; 
Student, Pratt Inst., Library Sch., Brooklyn, 1902-03; Asst. Yale 
Univ. Library, 1903-06; Librarian, Pratt Inst. Free Library, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., 1906- ; Pres. Long Island Lib. Club, 1910-11, New York 
Lib. Club, 1914; New York State Lib. Assn., 1917; Author numerous 
papers in library journals; Ad., 188 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 

HENRY BARNES WOODS, A.B. Born, Calais, Me., Dec. 5, 1866. 
Newton Theol. Inst., 1892; ordained, 1892; Pastor, Rockport, Me., 
1892-96; Caribou, 1896-1901; Dexter, Me., 1901-06; No. Stratford, N. 
H., 1906-11; Laredo, Texas, 1911-16; Appleby, Texas, 1916-. 

*ABRAM WYMAN, A.B., S. T. B., Harvard, 1893. Born, Skowhegan, 
Me., May 25, 1865. Minister, Unit. Ch., Topeka, Kan., 1893-1905; 
North Easton, Mass., 1905-1914; died, Newton Highlands, Mass., 
Aug. 6, 1914, aged 49. 

15— *2 

CLASS OF 1890 

CHARLES WILSON AVERELL, A.B., A.M., 1893; M.D., Tufts, 1903. 
Born, Union, Me., Oct. 1, 1865. Prin. High Sch., Waldoboro, Me., 
1891-97; Chelmsford, Mass., 1897-99; Physician, North Reading, 
Mass., 1903-18; Akron, Ohio, 1918- ; Chairman Trustees Flint Li- 
brary, No. Reading, 1906-18; Ad., 90 Grant St., Akron, Ohio. 

JEREMIAH EDMUND BURKE, A.B., A.M., 1893; Litt.D., 1915. Born, 
Frankfort, Me., June 25, 1867. Law Student, 1890-91; Supt. Schools, 
Waterville, Me., 1891-93; Marlboro, Mass., 1893-94; Lawrence, 1894- 
1904; since 1904, Board of School Superintendents, Boston, Mass. 

WALTER CAREY, A.B. Born, Houlton, Me., Aug. 7, 1865. Adm. to 
the Bar, 1892; Lawyer, Houlton, Me. 

WILLIAM RALPH CURTIS, A.B. Born, Kennebunk, Me., April 27. 
1870. Clerk, C. B. and Q. Ry. Co., Bo.ston, Mass. 

*FRANK ALBERT GILMORE, A.B., A.M., 1894; S. T. B., Harvard, 
1894. Born, Belfast, Me., Dec. 27, 1864. Minister, Unit. Ch., 
Presque Isle, Me., 1893; Haverhill, Mass., 1894-1900; Madison, Wis., 
1900-17; Field Secy. Amer. Unitarian Assn., New York City, 1917-19; 
Pastor, Unit. Ch., Houlton, Me., 1919; died. Grand Manan, N. B., 
Aug. 17, 1919, aged 54; Author, Madison Guide Book, (1906; 2d ed. 
1915), Madison Our Home, (1916). 

DANA WARREN HALL, A.B., A.M., 1898. Born, East Dixfield, Me.. 
April 4, 1866. Prin. High Sch., Skowhegan, Me., 1890-94; Field Rep. 
Ginn & Co., Publishers, Chicago, 111., 1894-1905; General agt., 19().">- 



Graduates — Men 1890 

08; Managing Partner, 1909- ; Bureau of Awards, World's Columbian 
Exposn., 1893; Ad., 6127 Greenwood Ave., Chicago, III. 

*HUGH ROSS HATCH, A.B., A.M., 1898. Born, Islesboro, Me., May 19, 
1865. Newton Theol. Inst, 1893; ordained, 1893; Instr., Newton 
Theol. Inst., 1893-97; Graduate Student, Univ. of Chicago, Summer, 
1895, and 1897; Pastor, Wolfville, N. S., 1898-1903; from 1903, Prof. 
Mathematics, Colby College; died, Fairfield, Me., May 5, 1909, 
aged 44. 

GEORGE NORTHUP KURD, A.B., LL.B., Denver Univ., 1893. Born, 
Denver, Colo., Sept. 16, 1865. Adm. to the Bar, 1893; Lawyer, Den- 
ver, 1893-1902; Manila, P. I., 1907-10; Asst. Atty. Genl., Manila, 
1902, 1905-07; Asst. City Atty., Manila, 1903-05; Judge Court of 
First Instance, P. I., 1910-17; Ad., 256 So. Norton Ave., Los Angeles, 
Calif. 

FRANCIS PLAISTED KING, A.B., Ph.D., Johns Hopkins Univ., 1897. 
Born, Portland, Me., Feb. 14, 1867. Asst State Geologist, Georgia; 
Gen. Man., Saratoga Traction Co.; Asst. Man., Oxford Paper Co., 
Rumford Falls, Me.; address, Portland, Me. 

*PETER BUTTERFIELD MERCHANT, A.B. Born, Weld, Me., Nov. 
28, 1866. Teacher, 1890-92; Farmer, 1892-98; died, Wilton, Me., 
June 28, 1899, aged 32. 

MERTON LELAND MILLER, A.B., Ph.D., Univ. of Chicago, 1897. 
Asst. in Anthrop. Museum, Univ. of Chicago, 1894-97; Lecturer in 
Anthropology, 1897-99; Associate Prof., 1899-1901; Bureau of Sci- 
ence, Manila, P. I., 1903-1914; International Banking Corporation, 
1917- ; Ad., Manila, P. I.; Author of '•Study of the Pueblo Taos''. 
(1898). 

ARTHUR BARDWELL PATTEN, A.B., A.M., 1893. Born, Bowdoin- 
ham.. Me., March 25, 1864. Bangor Theol. Sem., 1893; Pastor, 
Cong. Ch., Gorham, N. H., 1893-95; Everett, Mass., 1895-97; So. 
Hadley, 1897-1905; Santa Rosa, Cal., 1905-10; Sacramento, 1910-17; 
Forest Grove, Ore., 1917-18; Torrington, Conn., 1918- ; Author pam- 
phlets of devotions and prayers, and numerous articles in religious 
papers; Ad., 225 Main St., Torrington, Conn. 

ARTHUR JEREMIAH ROBERTS, A.B.; A. M., Harvard, 1900. Born, 
Waterboro, Me., Oct. 15, 1867. Instr. in English, Colby College, 1890- 
94; Member State Library Commission; Prof, of English, Colby Col- 
lege, 1895-1908; President Colby College, Waterville, Me., 1908-. 

JOSHUA BAKER SIMPSON, A.B., A.M. 1898; Ph.D., Va. Union Univ., 
1902. Born, Washington, Ky., July 23„ 1861. Instr. Wayland Sem., 
Washington, D. C, 1891-99; since 1899, Prof. Greek and German, 
Va. Union Univ., Richmond, Va. 

MELVIN MONROE SMITH, A.B., A.M., 1893. Born, Sanbornton, N. 
H., Aug. 29, 1867. Instr. in Math., Stetson Univ., 1891-92; Sub- 
Master, High Sch., Dover, N. H., 1892-1911; Prin., H. S., Dover, N. 



1890 Colby College 

H., 1911-17; Inst., 1917-18, and Asst. Prof. Chemistry, N. H. State 
Col., 1918- ; Ad., Durham, N. H. 

WILLIAM LAMSON SOULE, A.B., M.D., Boston Univ., 1896, and 
Harvard, 1908. Born, Waterville, Me., May 14, 1871. Business, 
1890-93; Physician, Providence, R. I., 1896-99; Melbourne, Australia, 
1899-1902; Insane Hosp., Westboro, Mass., 1902; Bendigo, Australia, 
1903; Melbourne, 1904; Grad. Student, Budapest, and Bo.ston, 1905- 
06; Physician, Grenfell Mission, Newfoundland, 1906; Lynn, Mass., 
1906-08; West Stewartstown, N. H., 1908; Wallum Lake, R. I., 1908- 
09; New Haven, Conn., 1909-14; New York City, 1914- ; Ad., 2794 
Bedford Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

CHARLES WORTHEN SPENCER, A.B., Ph.D., Columbia, 1905. Born, 
Foxboro, Mass., Nov. 16, 1870. Asst. Hebron Acad., Me., 1890-92; 
Graduate Student, Univ. of Chicago, 1892-94, and Columbia Univ., 
N. Y., 1894-95; Prof. History, Colgate Univ., 1895-1905; Preceptor in 
History, Politics, and Economics, Princeton Univ., Princeton, N. J., 
1905-16; Prof. Political Science, Univ. Nevada, 1916- ; Y. M. C. A., 
French army, 1918-19; Capt. Genl. Staff, Red Cross Com. to Balkan 
States, 1919- ; Ad., Reno, Nev. 

ALVIN PRE SCOTT WAGG, A.B., A.M., 1894. Born, Auburn, Me., 
Jan. 23, 1866. Prin. High Sch., Winthrop, Mass., 1891-95; Supt. 
Schools, Auburn, Me., 1895-1900; Norwood, Mass., 1900-04; Teacher's 
Agency, Boston, 1904-05; since 1905, Eliot Sch., Boston, Mass.; Chief 
Justice, Newsboys Court, Boston, Mass.; Ad., 2 Westland Ave., Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

WILBUR CHARLES WHELDEN, A.B., A.M., 1893. Born, Bristol, 
Me., Sept. 11, 1865. Prin. High Sch., Cornish, Me., 1891; Adm. to 
the Bar, 1893; Member Me. LegisL, 1895, and 1897; since 1898, 
Recorder, Municipal Court, Portland, Me.; Ad., 98 Exchange St., 
Portland, Me. 

MELLEN AUGUSTUS WHITNEY, A.B., A.M., 1893. Born, Solon, 
Me., Sept. 30, 1862. Supt. of Schools, Skowhegan, Me., 1890-91; 
Ypsilanti, Mich., 1891-96; Elgin, 111., 1896-1907; Merchant, Spring- 
field, Mass., 1909- ; Ad., 60 Fairfield St., Springfield, Mass. 

ELWOOD TAYLOR WYMAN, A.B. Born, Sidney, Me., Oct. 22, 1862. 
Editor of the Waterville Mail, 1892-98; Supt. Sch., Waterville, 1898- 
1905; Supt. Schools, Warwick, R. I., 1905-13; Supt. Schools, Whit- 
man, Mass., 1913- ; and Prin., High Sch., 1918-. 

CLASS OF 1891 

NORMAN LESLIE BASSETT, A.B., LL.B., Harvard, 1898. Born, 
Winslow, Me., June 23, 1869. Instr. Greek and Latin, Colby, 1891- 
94; Adm. to the Bar, 1898; Lawyer, Augusta, Me., 1898- ; Memb. Me. 
Enforcement Commission, 1905-07; Augusta Common Council, 1911; 
Augusta Bd. Aldermen, 1912-14. 

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Graduates — Men 1891 

ADELBERT FARRINGTON CALDWELL, A.B., A.M., 1894. Born, 
Oxford, Me., May 18, 1867. Prof. Eng-. Lit., Me. Wesleyan Seni., 
Kent's Hill, Me., 1891-98; Student, Balliol Col., Oxford, 1895; Prof. 
Eng. Lit., 111. Wesleyan Univ., Blooming-ton, 111., 1898-1903; Grad, 
Student, Harvard, 1903; Reader in British Mu.seum, 1910; Prof, of 
Eng. Lit, DePauw Univ., Green Castle, Ind., 1904- ; Res., 312 Bloom- 
ington St., Green Castle, Ind. 

GEORGE RUSSELL CAMPBELL, A.B., A.M., 1895; M.D., Bowdoin, 
1895. Born, Waterville, Me., April 20, 1867. Medical Student, 
Univ of Pa., 1891-93; Physician, Sidney, Me., 1895-1900; Augusta, 
1900- ; Vis. Surg., Augusta Genl. Hosp., 1910- ; Chairman Med. 
Advisory Bd., U. S. Service, 1918; Chairman, Augusta Bd. Health, 
1918-19. 

ALVAH HOVEY CHIPMAN, A.B. Born, Stewiacke, N. S., Feb. 6, 

1867. Business Manager and Advertising Agent, 1892-98; Insurance 
and Real Estate, 1898- ; Ad., St. John, N. B. 

*ALPRED BRADBURY COTTLE, A.B. Born, Hodgdon, Me., July 6, 
1868; died, Chicago, 111., 1895, aged 27. 

-ARCHIBALD MITCHELL DICK, A.B., A.M., 1897. Born, North 
Uxbridge, Mass., Nov. 21, 1869. Teacher, Massachusetts, New York 
and New Jersey; died, Keyport, N. J., Oct. 31, 1918, aged 48. 

LYNDON LEON DUNHAM, A.B. Born, North Paris, Me., July 7, 

1868. Shoe business, Lewiston, Me., 1892-94; Bellows Falls, Vt., 
1894-1902; Brattleboro, Vt, 1902-. 

WILLIAM FLETCHER, A.B., A.M., 1894. Born, Newport, N. H., Nov. 
20, 1866. Newton Theol. Inst, 1894; ordained, 1894; Pastor, York, 
Me., 1894-1901; Harrington, 1901-04; in business, Waterville, Me., 
] 905-13; Missionary, United Bapt. State Conv., 1913- ; Res., Water- 
ville, Me. 

*DANA PITT FOSTER, A.B., LL.B., Yale, 1893. Born, Waterville, 
Me., Aug. 28, 1869. Adm. to the Bar, 1893; Lawyer, Waterville, 
Me.; died, Waterville, Me., Sept. 19, 1911, aged 42. 

GEORGE ALBERT GORHAM, A.B. Born, Eastport, Me., June 2, 

1869. Adm. to the Bar, 1893; Lawyer, Houlton, Me., 1893-. 
REUBEN LOWELL ILSLEY, A.B., A.M., 1894. Born, Springvale, Me., 

May 6, 1869. Asst. Ricker Class. Inst, Houlton, Me., 1891-93; Prin. 
High Sch., Belfast, 1895-97; Prin. High Sch., Abington, Mass., 1897- 
99; in business, Boston, Mass., 1899-1900; Clerk, Navy Yard, 1900- 
1901; Clerk, Office Commissioner Int. Rev., Washington, D. C, 1901- 
17; Asst Head of Division, 1917- ; Ad., 3602 13th St., N. W., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
FRANKLIN WINSLOW JOHNSON, A.B., A.M., 1894; L.H.D., 1916. 
Born, Jay, Me., Aug. 17, 1870. Prin. High Sch., Calais, Me., 1891- 
94; Prin. Cobum Class. Inst, Waterville, 1894-1905; Prin. Academy, 
Morgan Park, 111., 1905-07; Prin. Univ. of Chicago H. S., 1907-18; 

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1891 Colby College 

Major Sanitary Corps, U. S. A., 1918-19; Assoc. Prof, of Education, 
Teachers Col., N. Y. C, 1919-; Author Problems of Boyhood, (1915) ; 
and Educa. Art. in various periodicals. 

CHARLES FREDERIC LEADBETTER, A.B., A.M., 1894. Born, 
Wayne, Me., Nov. 14, 1866. Teacher; address, unknown. 

FRED ALLEN LUCE, A.B. Born, Vassalboro, Me., Feb. 20, 1866. 
Teacher, since 1891; Sub-Master Brunswick Sch., Greenwich, Conn. 

EDWARD BENNETT MATHEWS, A.B., Ph.D., Johns Hopkins, 1894. 
Born, Portland, Me., Aug. 16, 1869. Fellow, Johns Hopkins Univ., 
1893-94; Student, Munich & Heidelberg, 1895; Field Asst. U. S. GeoL 
Survey, 1891-94; Instr., Mineralogy and Petrography, Johns Hopkins, 
1894-95; Asso., 1895-99; Asso. Prof., 1899-1904; Prof., since 1904, 
and Chairman Geol. Dept. since 1917- ; Asst. State Geologist, Mary- 
land, 1898-1917 and State Geologist since 1917; Author, Bibliography 
and Cartography of Md.; Maps and Map-Makers of Md.; Building 
Stones of Md.; Limesto-nes of Md.; History of Mason-Dixon Line; 
Physical Features of Md.; Water Resources of Md.; etc. Res., Balti- 
more, Md. 

EDWARD CLAREMONT MEGQUIER, A.B., A.M., 1896. Born, Lynn, 
Mass., Dec. 13, 1866. Teacher, 11 years; Farmer, Lisbon Falls, Me.; 
Last Address, Oxford, Me. 

ERNEST EDWIN MORSE, A.B. Born, Lewiston, Me., Aug. 29, 1868. 
Teaching, 1891-1902; Newspaper publisher, 1902- ; Ad., Portland, Me. 

HERBERT LaFOREST MORSE, A.B.; A.B., Harvard, 1896. Born, 
Old Town, Me., May 7, 1867. Math. Dept., Colby Acad., New Lon- 
don, N. H., 1891-95; Graduate Student, Harvard, 1895-96; Science 
Dept, High Sch., Troy, N. Y., 1896-. 

DAVID WHITMAN PARSONS, A.B. Born, Oakland, Me., March 2, 
1865. Lawyer, Minneapolis, Minn. 

CHARLES STANLEY PEASE, A.B., A. M., 1894. Born, Middlefield, 
Mass., Oct. 29, 1862. Newton Theol. Inst., 1894; Pastor, Hasbrouck 
Heights, N. J., 1894-95; Conway, Mass., 1895-1903; Northboro, Mass., 
1903-10; Adams, Mass., 1910-14; Conway, Mass., 1914-18; No. Abing- 
ton, Mass., 1918-; Author of Luther Rice, (1909); History of Con- 
way, Mass-, (1917). 

HERBERT RONELLE PURINTON, A.B., A.M., 1894; B.D., Bate-s 
1894; D.D., Hillsdale, 1907. Born, Bowdoinham, Me., Oct. 15, 1867. 
Ordained, 1894; Inst., Hebrew and Church Hist., Cobb Divinity Sch., 
1894-95; Prof. 1895-1908; Prof. Biblical Lit., Bates Col., Lewiston, 
Me., 1908-. 

ARTHUR KENYON ROGERS, A.B., Litt. D., 1916; Ph.D., ChicagOj 
1898; A.M., Yale, 1914. Born, Dunellen, N. J., Dec. 27, 1868. Instr. 
in Latin and Greek, Univ. Chicago, 1893-94; Asst. Supt. Charity Or- 
ganization Soc, Hartford, Conn., 1895-96; Instr. in Philosophy and 
Education, Alfred Univ., 1899-1900; Prof. Philosophy, Butler College, 

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Graduates — Men 1892 

Indianapolis, Ind., 1900-10; Prof. Philosophy, Univ. Mo., 1910-14; 
Yale Univ., 1914- ; Author of Life and Teachings of Jesus, (1894); 
.4 Brief Introduction to Modern Philosophy, (1899); A Student's 
History of Philosophy, (1901); The Religious Conception of the 
World, (1907); Ad, New Haven, Conn. 
WILLIAM ABBOT SMITH, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me., April 30, 

1868. Newton Theol. Inst., 1896; Univ. of Halle, Germany, 1896- 
97; ordained, 1897; Sub-Master, High Sch., Waterville, Me., 1898- 
1902; Pastor, Dunn Memorial Ch., Woodfords, 1902-07; Suffield, 
Conn., 1908-16; Editor Zion's Advocate, 1916- ; Ad., Watei-ville, Me. 

GEORGE HENRY STODDARD, A.B., A.M., 1896. Born, Milo, Me., 
Jan. 10, 1868. Prin. Acad., Corinna, Me., 1891-92; High Sch., Ft. 
Fail-field, 1892-93; Springvale, 1893-94; Cherryfield, 1894-95; Scar- 
boro, 1895-96; Freeport, 1896-97; Prin. High Sch., East Douglass, 
Mass.; Teacher, Shaw Univ., Raleigh, N. C, to 1919. 

LELAND POLLARD STURTEVANT, A.B. Born, Fairfield, Me., June 
30, 1868. Teacher, 1891-92; Farmer, Fairfield, Me. 

EDWIN CONRAD TEAGUE, A.B. Bora, Warren, Me., Sept. 11, 1865. 
Supervisor, Boston Farm Sch., 1891-93; Teacher of Science, Hebron 
Acad., 1893-1905; Treasurer, Hebron Acad., Hebron, Me., 1905-13; 
Business, 1913-; Res., 44 Court St., Bath, Me. 

ARTHUR TILLEY WATSON, A.B. Born, Oakland, Me. Nov. 22, 

1869. Prin. High Sch., Cherryfield, Me., 1891-92; Divinity Student, 
Univ. of Chicago, 1892, 1893-95; Instr., Des Moines Coll., 1893, 1895; 
Business, Des Moines, Iowa. 

27— * 2 

CLASS OF 1892 

GEORGE ARTHUR ANDREWS, A.B., A.M., 1895; D.D., 1914; B.D., 
Andover, 1899. Born, Springfield, Mass., May 22, 1870. Teacher, 
1892-96; Pastor, Cong'l Ch., Andover, Mass., 1899-1904; Holliston, 
1904-07; Monson, 1907-16; Los Angeles, Calif., 1916- ; Y. M. C. A. 
overseas service, 1918; Author What is Essential? (1910); Efficient 
Religion, (1912) ; After This Manner, (1912) ; When Yo%i Get Home, 
(1918). 

*WILLIAM BERTRAM ANDREWS, A.B., A.M., 1895. Born, Spring- 
field, Mass., May 6, 1868. Prin. Gram. Sch., Cochituate, Mass., 
1892-93; Prin. Pennell Inst., Gray, Me., 1893-98; U. S. Light-House 
Inspector's Office, Portland, 1898-1901; Prin. High Sch., Westbrook, 
and Manager, N. E. Teacher's Agency, Portland, Me., 1901-1915; 
died, Portland, Me., May 24, 1915, aged 47. 

CHARLES PUTNAM BARNES, A.B., A.M., 1895. Born, Houlton, Me., 
Oct. 12, 1869. Prin. High Sch., Norway, Me., 1892-95; Lisbon, 
1895-96; Attleboro, Mass., 1896-99; Supt. of Schools, Norway, Me., 
1899-1900; Adm. to the Bar, 1900; Lawyer, Norway, Me., 1900- 

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1911; Houlton, 1911-; County Atty., Oxford Co., 1905-08; Asst. 
Atty. Genl. of Me., 1909-11; Rep. Me. Legisl., 1917-21; Trustee, 
Ricker Classical Inst. 

WILLIAM LOWELL BONNEY, A.B., A.M., 1897. Born, Turner, Me., 
March 3, 1866. Prin. Acad., Patten, Me., 1894-97; Prin. High Sch., 
Fort Fairfield, 1897-1900; Prin. High Sch., Skowhegan, 1900-02; 
Maine Representative, American Book Co.; Menib. Sch. Board, 
Bowdoinham, Me.; Rep., Maine Legisl., 1914-15-17-18, and Speaker, 
1917-18; residence, Bowdoinham, Me. 

CHARLES EMERSON COHEN, A.B., A.M., 1895. Born, Carthage, 
N. Y., Jan. 27, 1872. Hyman Cigar Co., Denver, Colo., 1892-97; 
Caesar Misch., Inc., Providence, R. I., 1897- ; Res., 211 Congress Ave., 
Providence, R. I. 

WINPRED NICHOLS DONOVAN, A.B., A.M., 1895; D.D., 1910. 
Born, Belchertown, Mass., Jan. 24, 1869. Asst. Hebron Acad., 1892- 
93; Newton Theol. Inst, 1893-94, 1896-98; Prin. High Sch., Skowhe- 
gan, Me., 1894-96; ordained, 1898; Instr., 0. T. studies, Newton 
Theo. Inst., 1898-1901; Afest. Prof. Biblical Interpretation, 0. T., 
1901-09; Acting Asst. Prof. Hebrew and O. T. Exegesis, Boston 
Univ. Theo. Sch., 1905-06; Assoc. Prof. Biblical Depts., N. T. I., 
1909-14; Prof. Bib. Lit, 1914-15; Prof. Bib. Interpretation, O. T., 
1915-; Y. M. C. A. overseas sei-vice, 1918-19; Ad., Newton Centre, 
Mass. 

GEORGE PERLEY FALL, A.B., LL.B., Albany, 1893. Born, Albion, 
Me., July 11, 1868. Lawyer, Augusta, Me., 1894-95; New York City, 
1895- ; Ad., 68 William St., New York City. 

LORING HERRICK, A.B., A.M., 1897. Born, Leeds, Me., June 10, 
1866. Private Sch., Bradford, Mass.; Prin. and Supt. Sch., at 
Norwalk, Conn., Winthrop, Me., Berlin, N. H., and Collinsville, 
Conn., 1892-1900; since 1900, Merchant, Los Angeles, Cal. 

ALBERT GORDON HURD, A.B., A.M., 1895; M.D., Univ. of Pa., 1895. 
Born, Warner, N. H., Oct. 11, 1870. Physician, Millbury, Mass., 
1895- ; Chairman Bd. of Health, 1899-1905; Capt M. C, U. S. A., 
1918-19. 

FREDERIC TRISTRAM JOHNSON, A.B., Ped. M., Univ. of N. Y. 
City, 1896. Born, North Berwick, Me., Aug. 18, 1867. Prin. High 
Sch., Lisbon, Me., 1892-93; Newmarket, N. H., 1893-95; Supt. Sch., 
No. Berwick, Me., 1897-1901; Prin. High Sch., Epping, N. H., 
1901-07; Town Clerk, Epping, 1907-15; Supt Schools, Pittsfield, 
N. H., 1915-. 

*HALSEY KNAPP KALLOCH, A.B. Born, Lawrence, Kan., Dec. 26,- 
1870. Med. Student, Univ. of Pa., 1892-93; Asst. U. S. Geol. Survey, 
1896-99; Treas., Whatcom Ry. and Light Co., 1899-1906; died, 
Prosser, Wash., Mar. 4, 1907, aged 36. 

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HERBERT FRANKLIN KALLOCH, A.B., M.D., Bellevue, 1898. Born, 
St. George, Me., May 12, 1868. Prin. High Sch., 1892, 1893, 1896; 
Supt. Schools, 1899; Physician, Fort Fairfield, Me., 1898-1911; 
Waterville, 1911; Fort Fairfield, 1912- ; Pres. Aroostook Med. Assn., 
1916; Memb. Local Exemption Bd., Dist. No. 2, Aroostook Co., 1918. 

CHARLES ASA MERRILL, A.B., A.M., 1895. Born, New Boston, 
N. H., April 28, 1865. Instr. Nat. Sci., Conn. Lit. Inst'n, Suffield, 
Conn., 1892-93;, Supt. Pub. Instruction, Holden-Leicester Dist., Mass., 
1893-94; Student, Rochester Theol. Inst., 1894-1899; ordained, 1901; 
Pastor, Hermitage, N. Y., 1894-95; Rochester, 1895-97; Hermitage, 
1897-1900; Castile, 1900-03; So. Framingham, Mass., 1903-08; Vine- 
yard Haven, Mass., 1910-18 and West Tisbury, Mass., 1910-18; 
Noank, Conn., 1918- ; War Work Y. M. C. A. Secy., 1918-19; con- 
nected with Temperance and Law Enforcement Work in New York, 
1896-1903, and in Mass., 1903-1919. 

DANIEL GILBERT MUNSON, A.B., A.M., 1895; A.M., Columbia, 
1910. Born, Wesley, Me., Aug. 8, 1870. Asst. High Sch., Rockland, 
Me., 1893-95; Prin. High Sch., Medfield, Mass., 1895-97; Maiden High 
Sch., 1898; Asst. in English, Boys' High Sch., Brooklyn, N. Y., 
1899- ; Res., 80 St. James Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

FRANK BARRETT NICHOLS, A.B. Born, Round Pond, Me., Feb. 2, 

1868. Prin. Acad., Cherryfield, Me., 1892; Advertising, 1893-94; 
Bus. Mgr., Rockland Daily Star, 1894-95; Bus. Mgr., Bath Daily 
Times, 1895-97; Publisher same, 1897- ; Pres. and Treas., The Bruns- 
wick Publishing Co.; Director Bath Natl. Bank; Memb. Governor's 
Council, 1917-18; Res., Bath, Me. 

ERNEST FOSTER OSGOOD, A.B. Born, Pittsfield, Me., April 27, 

1869. Photographer, Berlin, N. H.; Trustee, Berlin Pub. Lib., 
1915-19. 

HARRY LINCOLN PIERCE, A.B., A.M., 1895. Born, West Boylston, 
Mass., Nov. 1, 1870. Prin., High Sch., Rutland, Mass., 1892-93; 
Asst. Lake Charles Coll., La., 1893; Prin. High Sch., Upton, Mass., 
1893-96; Sub-Mr., High Sch., Haverhill, Mass., 1897-1903; in busi- 
ness, Worcester, Mass., 1903- ; Memb. Sch. Bd., Shrewsbury, Mass., 
1909- ; and Chairman, 1912- ; Memb. Board of Directors, Fidelity 
Mercantile Agency, 1915- ; and of Associated Retail Credit Men, 
1915-, Worcester, Mass.; Memb. Assoc. Legal Advisers, Selective 
Draft, 1918; Res., Shrewsbury, Mass. 

CARL HENRY REYNOLDS, A.B. Born, East Wilton, Me., April 26, 
1871. Staff of U. S. Invcsto); Boston, 1892-93; with Eastern Bldg. 
and Loan Assoc, 1893-1901; Investment broker, Syracuse, N. Y.; 
New York City. 

CHARLES JOSEPH ROSS, A.B. Born, Rockport, Me., Nov. 7, 1865. 
Teaching, Hampton, N. H., 1907-13; Townsend, Mass., 1913-18; Last 
ad., Leicester, Mass. 

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GEORGE WILLARD SINGER, A.B. Born, Waldoboro, Me., Sept. 18, 
1861. Sub.-Mr. High Sch., Waterville, Me., 1892-93; Prin. High Sch., 
Hallowell, 1893-98; since 1898, Editor and Proprietor, Damariscotta 
Herald, Damariscotta, Me.; Supt. Schools, 1904; Bd. Selectmen, 
1917, 1919; Trial Justice, 1907-13; Recorder Lincoln Municipal 
Court, 1913-. 

STEPHEN STARK, A.B., A.M., 1895. Born, Waterville, Me., June 
4, 1872. Math. Dept., Me. Wesleyan Sem., Kent's Hill, 1892-93; 
Graduate Student, Univ. Chicago, 1894-96; Teacher of Classics, 
Boys' Sch., Mt. Hermon, Mass., 1896-1901; Student Harvard Med. 
Sch., 1901-02; since 1902, Classics Dept., Mt. Hermon Boys' Sch., 
Mount Hermon, Mass. 

EUGENE HOWARD STOVER, A.B., A.M., 1895. Born, Bluehill, Me., 
Aug. 30, 1865. Prin. Acad., Bluehill, Me., 1892-95; and Supt. Sch., 
1894-95; Newton Theol. In.-^t., 1895-98; ordained, 1898; Pastor, Milo, 
Me., 1898-1903; Prin. Mission Sch., Alcalde, N. M., 1903-04; Pastor, 
Naco, Ariz., 1904-12; Prin. Sch., 1904-09; Supt. Schools, 1904-12; 
Prin. Sch., Tombstone, Ariz., 1912-13; Pastor, Bryant's Pond, Me., 
1913-1918; Prin. Ricker Classical Inst., Houlton, Me., 1918-. 

CHESTER HOUGHTON STURTEVANT, A.B. Born, Fayette, Me., 
May 4, 1866. Prin. High Sch., Madison, Me., 1892-93; Law Student, 
1893-94; with Portland Trust Co., 1895; since 1896, Treas. Trust and 
Banking Co., Livermore Falls, Me. 

HERBERT ELIJAH WADSWORTH, A.B. Born, Livermore Falls, 
Me., Oct. 25, 1868. Traveling Salesman, Philadelphia, Pa., 1892-1905; 
Pres. Wadsworth & Woodman Co., Winthrop, Me., 1905- ; Trustee, 
Colby Col., 1917-. 

24— *1 
CLASS OF 1893 

ALBERT HENRY BICKMORE, A.B. Born, Martinsville, Me., Oct. 8, 
1869. Investment banker, Camden, Me., 1893-94; New York City, 
1895- ; Res., 300 W. 71st St., New York City. 

DENNIS EVARTS BOWMAN, A.B., A.M., 1896. Born, Sidney, Me., 
Nov. 10, 1871. Prin. High Sch., Waterville, Me.; Latin Master, 
Penn Charter Sch., Philadelphia; Supt. Sch., Waterville, Me.; Atty. 
at Law, Los Angeles, Calif. 

HARRY MYLES CONNERS, A.B., LL.B., Boston Univ., 1900. Born, 
Bar Harbor, Me., July 2, 1871. Newspaper work. Recorder, Bar 
Harbor Municipal Court, 1907-11; Judge, 1919-; Ad, Bar Harbor, Me. 

*CHARLES FORREST FAIRBROTHER, A.B. Born, No. Anson, .Me., 
Sept. 10, 1871. Died, 1896. 

NATHAN GRANT FOSTER, A.B., A.M., 1896; LL.B., Univ. Maine, 
1901. Born, Weld, Me., March 31, 1865. Teacher, Farmington, 



Graduates — Men 1893 

Me., 1893-94; Prin. High Sch., Winslow, 1894-95; Canton, 1895-96; 
Weld, 1897-99; Adm. to the Bar, 1902; Lawyer, Ridlonville, Me. 

MERLE SMITH GETCHELL, A.B., A.M., 1896. Born, Baring, Me., 
June 11, 1865. Teacher, Plymouth, N. H., 1893-95; Sub-Mr. English 
High Sch., Somerville, Mass., 1895-99; Prin. High Sch., Hyde Park, 
Mass., 1899-1906; Prin., High Sch., Brockton, Mass. Author of The 
Study of Mediaeval History, etc., (1886). 

LEON OTIS GLOVER, A.B., A.M., Harvard, 1898. Born, East Sum- 
ner, Me., Jan. 20, 1871. Teacher of Latin and Greek, Ricker Classi- 
cal Inst., Houlton, Me., 1893-97; Prin. High Sch., Top.sfield, Mass., 
1898-1900; Prin. High Sch., Gorham, Me., 1900-04; High Sch., Fall 
River, Mass., 1905-08; Boston Latin School, Boston, Mass., 1908-. 
Res., 486 Brookline Ave., Boston, Mass. 

WELLINGTON HODGKINS, A.B., 1894; A.M., 1897. Born, Lamoine, 
Me., Jan. 6, 1870. Prin. H. S., Stoughton, Mass., 1895; Dennis, 1896- 
1900; Prin. Hitchcock Free Acad., Brimfield, 1901-04; Prin. Barrows 
Grammar Sch., 1904-11, and Myrtle St. Junior H. S., Springfield, 
1911-; Res., 75 Westford Ave., Springfield, Mass. 

HARRY THOMAS JORDAN, A.B. Born, South Braintree, Mass., May 
30, 1869. Cashier Hotel Raleigh, Washington, D. C, 1893-1900; 
Mgr., Keith's New Theatre, Philadelphia, Pa.; Ad., 5005 Pine St., 
Philadelphia, Penn. 

WILLIAM ERNEST LOMBARD, A.B., B.D., Newton, 1912. Born, 
Turner, Me., Aug. 2, 1868. Newton Theol. Inst, 1896; ordained, 
1896; Pastor, Brewer, Me., 1896-98; Camden, 1898-1904; Andover, 
Mass., 1904-17; Haverhill, Mass., 1917-. 

ROBERT NOYES MILLETT, A.B. Born, Norway, Me., Dec. 13, 1870. 
Prin. H. S., Turner, Me., 1894; Buckfield, 1895; Rockport, 1896-1901; 
Hanover, Mass., 1901-10; Springfield, Vt., 1910-. 

EDGAR PELEG NEAL, A.B. Born, Litchfield, Me., Jan. 31, 1868. 
Prin. Corinna Union Acad., 1893; Sub-Master, Brigham Acad., 
Bakersfield, Vt, 1893-1901; Prin. High Sch., West Boylston, Mass., 
1901-1911; Supervisor Acad. Studies, Worcester, Mass., Boys' Trade 
School, 1911- ; Trustee, Pub. Lib., 1902-12; Town Auditor, 1912- ; 
Asso. Legal Adv., Draft Bd., 1917-18; Author, Strength of Materials 
for Trade Schools, (1916) ; Elements of Mechanics (Mathematical) 
for Trade Schools, (1917); Res., West Boylston, Mass. 

ELMER LOUIS NICHOLS, A.B. Born, Corinth, Me., Oct 28, 1871. 
With E. C. Nichols Dry Goods Co., Bangor, Me. 

JESSE HOSMER OGIER, A.B. Born, Camden, Me., Feb. 13, 1871. 
Editor Damariscotta Herald, 1893-98; and Supt Sch., 1896, 1897; 
since 1898, Editor Camden Herald, Camden, Me.; Supt. Sch., 1904-09; 
President, Me., Press Assn., 1904-05. 

CHARLES NORMAN PERKINS, A.B., A.M., 1896. Born, Brooksville, 
Me., Oct. 16, 1868. Prin. High Sch., Presque Isle, 1893-99; Prin. 

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High Sch., No. Brookfield, Mass., 1899-1902; Warren, Mass., 1902- 
06; Brewer, Me., 1906-07; Supt. Sch., Brewer, Me., 1907-12; Water- 
ville. Me., 1912-18; Waltham, Mass., 1918-. 

ALBERT ROBINSON, A.B. Born, St. George, Me., March 5, 1869. 
Prin. High Sch., So. Thomaston, Me., 189.3-94; Prin. Hampden 
Acad., 1894-95; Supt. of Sch., Sliowhegan, 1895-96; Warren, Mass., 
1896-1902; Whitman, 1902-03; Peabody, 1903- ; Pres., Mass. Supts. 
Assn., 1918; Res., Peabody, Mass. 

FRANCIS ERMON RUSSELL, A.B., A.M., 1896. Born, Phillips, Me., 
Aug. 14, 1863. Teaching-, 1893-1903; Supt. Schools, 1904- ; Ad., 
Bridgton, Me. 

*GEORGE CROSBY SHELDON, A.B., A.M., 1896. Bor.i, Waldo, Me., 
Sept. 1, 1862. Law Student, Waterville, Me., 1893-95; Adm. to the 
Bar, 1895; Lawyer, New Portland, 1895-97, and Supt. of Sch., 1896- 
98; Augusta, 1897-1905; died, Sidney, Me., Nov. 8, 1905, aged 44. 

JOEL BYRON SLOCUM, A.B., A.M., 1897, D.D., 1913. Born, Mt. 
Hanley, N. S., Feb. 1, 1868. Newton Theol. Inst., 1896; ordained, 
1896; Pastor, Westbrook, Me., 1896-97; Laconia, N. H., 1897-98; 
Concord, 1898-1903; Columbus, 0., 1903-07; Pastor, Greenwood Bapt. 
Ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1907-13; Norwich, Conn., 1913-17; Yonkers, N. 
Y., 1917- ; Chaplain N. H. Legisl., 1901-02; Trustee Bapt. Mini-sters' 
Home Soc, 1914- ; Author articles and poems in various periodicals; 
Res., 29 Ashburton Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. 

CHARLES FREDERIC SMITH, A.B., A.M., 1896; S.T.B., Boston Univ., 
1897. Born, Dixmont, Me., Jan. 24, 1870. Pastor, M. E. Church, 
Palermo, Me., 1897-98; Georgetown, 1898-01; Sheepscott, 1902-04; 
Rockport, 1905-06; Dover, 1907-10; Vinalhaven, 1911-12; Camden, 
1913-16; Union, 1919- ; Author, History of Methodism in Piscataquis 
County, (1911). 

GEORGE OTIS SMITH, A.B., A.M., 1896; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins, 1896; 
Sc.D.; Case Sch. of Applied Science, 1914. Born Hodgdon, Me., Feb. 
22, 1871. Asst. U. S. Geol. Survey, 1896-1906; Geologist, in charge 
of Petrology, 1906; Trustee, Colby since 1903; Pres. Bd. Trustees, 
Coburn Class. Inst.; since 1907, Director, U. S. Geological Survey, 
Washington, D. C; Author of Classification of Iron Ores, (1895) ; 
Geology of the Fox Islands, Me., (1896) ; Rocks of Mt. Ranier, (1898) ; 
Geology, etc., Tintic Dist. Utah, (1899); Joint author of Cavuwla>id, 
(1900) ; Quartz Veins in Me., and Vt., (1903) ; .4 Geol. Reconnaisancc 
Across the Cascade Range, (1904); Geology of the Perry Basin in S. 
E. Maine, (1905) ; Production of Asbestos in 1905. 

CYRUS FLINT STIMSON, A.B., D.D., 1913; B. D., Yale, 1898. Born, 
Palmer, Mass., April 1, 1870. Greek and Math., High Sch., Port- 
land, Me., 1893-94; Pastor, West End Cong. Ch., Bridgeport, Conn., 
1895-1899; Stratford, 1899-1904; Kansas City, Mo., 1904-08; Water- 
ville, Me., 1908-13; Field Secy., Playground & Recreation Assn. of 

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America, 1913-17; Special Rep., War Camp Community Service, 
1917-18; Special Rep., Community Service, Inc., 1 Madison Ave., 
New York City, 1918-; Res., 75 Kensington Ave., Northampton, Mass. 
*HERBERT LIONEL TRUE, A.B. Born, Bradford, Me., Oct. 19, 
1869. Died, Waterville, Me., Dec. 1, 1895, aged 26. 

23— *3 

CLASS OF 1894 

JOSEPH BULLEN ALEXANDER, A.B., 1898; LL.B., Univ. Wisconsin, 
1896. Born, Eau Claire, Wis., Nov. 21, 1870. Adm. to the Bar, 
1896; Lawyer, Hayward, Wis., 1896-1900; Seattle, Wash., 1900- ; 
County Judge, Sawyer Co., Wis., 1898-1900; Asst. Atty. Genl., State 
of Washington, 1907-10; Res., 1417 38th Ave., Seattle, Wash. 

FRANK LESTER AMES, A.B., A.M., 1897. Born, Canaan, Me., April 
8, 1872. Prin. High Sch., Unity, Me., Bingham, Scarboro, 1894-99; 
Adm. to the Bar, 1899; Lawyer; Mgr. Farmer's Tel. Co., Norridge- 
wock. Me.; Chairman, Bd. Selectmen, 10 years. 

ARTHUR HENRY BERRY, A.B., A.M., 1897. Born, Worcester, Mass., 
March 30, 1872. Teacher, West Springfield, Mass., 1894-95; New- 
buryport, Mass., 1895-1903; Providence, R. I., 1903-08; Mgr. Coal 
Business, Newburyport, Mass., 1908-15; Teacher, Providence, R. I., 
1916-. Res., 18 Linden St., Providence, R. I. 

ALBERT LITTLE BLANCHARD, A.B. Born, Unity, Me., Oct. 17, 
1868. Adm. to the Bar, 1896; Lawyer, Bangor, Me.; County Atty., 
Penobscot Co., 1917-. 

SAMUEL APPLETON BURLEIGH, A.B. Born, Fairfield Centre, Me., 
Nov. 27, 1870. Editor and Prop., Waterville Sentinel, 1895-98; 
Teaching, 1898-99; Supt. Sch., Bethlehem, N. H., 1900-04; Rumford 
Falls, Me., 1904-08; Meredith, N. H., 1908-12; Publisher Plymouth 
County Journal and Whitman Times, Whitman, Mass., 1912- ; Secy. 
Bd. Trade, Meredith, N. H.; Secy. Bd. Trade, Whitman, Mass., 1914- ; 
Memb. Sch. Bd., Waterville, Me. Res., Whitman, Mass. 

EDWARD CHARLES CLARK, A.B. Born, Hollis, Me., June 26, 1867. 
Travelling salesman, 1894-96; Law Student and Life Insurance, 
1896-1900; Lawyer, Boston, Mass., 1900- ; Res., East Weymouth, 
Mass. 

*JOHN THEW COLEMAN, A.B., A.M., 1897. Born, Crystal Run, N. 
Y., Dec. 12, 1867. Died, San Antonio, Texas, Dec. 12, 1897, aged 30. 

AUSTIN HALL EVANS, A.B., A.M., Harvard, 1899. Born, Hyannis, 
Mass., July 17, 1872. Instr. in Greek, Colby College, 1394-96; Bates 
College, 1896-97; Conn. Lit. Inst., Suffield, Conn., 1897-98; Grad. 
Student, Harvard, 1898-1901; Instructor, Lawrenceville (N. J.) Sch., 
1902-05; New York City High Sch., 1905- ; Ad., 1924 Loring PL, The 
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1894 Colby College 

MELVILLE CHASE FREEMAN, A.B. Born, Vassalboio, Me., March 
10, 1874. Asst. in Acad., Hampden, Me., 1894-95; Prin., Levi Hall 
High Sch., No. Gorhani, 1895-98; Prin. High Sch., Kennebunk, 1898- 
1902; Teacher of English, High Sch., Maiden, Mass., 1902-11; Bos- 
ton, Mass., 1911- ; Res., 20 Meredith St., West Roxbury, Mass. 

DREW THOMPSON HARTHORN, A.B., A.M., 1897. Born, North 
Livermore, Me., June 1, 1871. Prin. Acad., Wilton, Me., 1894-1905; 
Prin. High Sch., Rumford Falls, Me., 1905-07; Prin. Acad., Wilton, 
Me., 1907-12; Prin. Coburn Class. Inst, 1912- ; Ad., Waterville, Me. 

ALFRED ERNEST HOOPER, A.B., A.M., 1897. Born, Charlotte 
Town, P. E. I., Oct. 20, 1863. Rochester Theol. Seni., 1897; ordained, 
1897; Pastor, Kingsville, O., 1897-9^; Reynoldsville, Pa., 1898-1900; 
Home Missions, 1900-02; Pastor, Harmon, N. Y., 1902-05; Stephen- 
town, N. Y., 1905-08; Lee, Mass., 1908-11; Willimansett, Mass., 
1911-. 

FREELAND HOWE, A.B., A.M., Harvard, 1899. Born, Norway, Me., 
May 30, 1870. Journalism, N. Y. City, 1894-97; Graduate Student 
in Biology, Johns Hopkins Univ., 1897-98; same at Harvard Univ., 
1898-1900; Research Scholarship, U. S. Fish Commis.sion; Biologist, 
Philadelphia, Pa.; Res., Norway, Me. 

GEORGE WALTER HOXIE, A.B. Born, Fairfield, Me., April 15, 
1872. Trucking, 1894-1902; U. S. Mail Carrier, Waterville, Me. 

ASA MINOT JONES, A.B., A.M., 1897. Born, Unity, Me., Nov. 5, 
1867. Prin. High Sch., Hinesburg, Vt, 1894-99; Prin. High Sch., 
Winooski, Vt., 1899-1905; No. Bennington, Vt., 1905-08; Supt. 
Charlemont School Union, Mass., 1908-11; Supt. Templeton Sch. 
Union, Mass., 1911-; Ad., Baldwinsville, Mass. 

*WILLIAM LINCOLN JONES, A.B., A.M., 1897. Born, Unity, Me., 
April 8, 1867. Teacher; died, Wilmington, Mass., May 6, 1899, 
aged 32. 

WALTER FRANCIS KENRICK, A.B., A.M., 1897. Born, Fairfield, 
Me., Dec. 8, 1872. Prin. High Sch., Fairfield, Me., 1894-1903; Asst. 
in Latin and English, High Sch., Hartford, Conn., 1903-06; address, 
Fairfield, Me. 

DANIEL WEBSTER KIMBALL, A.B. Born, Cambridge, Me., Dec. 
24, 1869. Newton Theol. Inst., 1897; ordained, 1897; Pastor, Man- 
chester, Mass., 1897-98; without charge, 1899-1901; Pastor, Wayne, 
Me., 1901-08; Mechanic Falls, Me., 1908-1915; Sedgwick, Me., 1915- 
18; Charleston, Me., 1918-. 

THEODORE HARDING KINNEY, A.B. Born, Houlton, Mc, April 
8, 1864. Bangor Theol. Sem., 1897; ordained, 1897; Pastor, We.<t 
Hampden, Me., 1897-99; address. Dexter, Me. 

*JACOB KLEINHANS, Jr., A.B., A.M., 1897. Born, Blooming Grove, 
Pa., Sept. 7, 1872. Instr. in Rhetoric and .Mod. Lang., Marston's 

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University School, Baltimore, Md.; died. Blooming Grove, Pa., March 
21, 1901, aged 28. 

GEORGE HENRY DWIGHT L'AMOUREUX, A.B., A.M., 1897. Born, 
South Hadley Falls, Mass., Jan. 24, 1872. Prin. Grammar Sch., 
Holyoke, Mass., 1894-1900; Prin. H. S., Mexico, Me., 1900-01; Sand- 
wich, Mass., 1901-02; Poultney, Vt., 1902-03; Boston, Mass., 1903-04; 
Kittery, Me., 1904-18; Prof. Citizenship, American International 
Coll., Springfield, Mass., 1918-. 

FRED SAVAGE LATLIP, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me., Dec. 18, 1873. 
Book-keeper, Hallowell, Me., 1894-1917; Corp., U. S. A., 1917-19; 
Memb. A. E. F. and Army of Occupation; U. S. Internal Rev. Ser- 
vice, 1919- ; Ad., Hallowell, Me. 

JOHN SARSFIELD LYNCH, A.B., LL.B., Boston Univ., 1897. Born, 
Sterling, Mass., March 14, 1869. Adm. to the Bar, 1897; Postmas- 
ter, Oakdale, Mass., 1895-98; Lawyer, Boston, Mass., Lawrence, 
Mass., 1898-1901; Boston; 1901-08; Seattle, Wash., 1908-11; Olympia, 
Wash., 1911- ; Claim Adjuster, Industrial Insurance Com., State of 
Washington, 1913- ; Ad., Olympia, Wash. 

ROBERT MOWE MAHLMAN, A.B., A.M., 1897; M.D., Univ. of Vt., 
1900. Prin. High Sch., Machiasport, Me., 1894-95; Denmark, 1895- 
96; New Vineyard, 1896-97; So. Norridgewock, 1897-98; Physician, 
Pembroke, Me., 1900-01; Lubec, Me., 1901-. 

PERCY SHEPHERD MERRILL, A.B., M. D., Bellevue, 1899. Born, 
Bangor, Me., Nov. 2, 1872. Teaching, 1894-96; Physician, Water- 
ville, Me.; city physician, 1901-02; Secy. Bd. Health, 3 years; Memb. 
Relief Unit to Halifax, 1917. 

HARRY WELDER OSGOOD, A.B., M.D., Boston Univ., 1898. Born, 
Pittsfield, Me., May 5, 1871. Physician and Surgeon, Ellsworth, 
Me., 1898-1911; Bangor, Me., 1911-; City Physician, Bangor, Me., 
1915, 1916. 

FRANK WILLIAM PADELFORD, A.B., A.M., 1897; D.D., 1911. Born, 
Haverhill, Mass., April 6, 1872. Rochester Theol. Sem., 1897; or- 
dained, 1897; Minister, Irondequoit, N. Y., 1896-97; Pastor, Haverhill, 
Mass., 1897-1903; Lynn. 1903-08; Exec. Secy. Mass. Bapt. Miss. 
Soc, Boston, Mass., 1908-13; Exec. Sec, Bapt. Bd. of Educ, Boston, 
Mass., 1913- ; Author, The Commonwealths and the Kingdom, (1908); 
Res., Newton Centre, Mass. 

♦CLARENCE WARREN PIERCE, A.B., A.M., 1897. Born, Canton, 
Me., Jan. 16, 1871. Prin. High Sch., Norridgewock, Me., 1894-97; 
Kittery, 1897; Bourne, Mass., 1900; Supt. Sch., Dist. of Yarmouth, 
Me., 1905-07; of Farmington, 1907; died, Farmington, Me., Nov. 29, 
1907, aged 36. 

THOMAS ADRIANCE POLLARD, A.B. Born, Silver Plume, Colo., 
Aug. 4, 1873. Mining and prospecting, Georgetown, Colo., 1894-95; 

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Leadville, Colo., 1895-97; Valdes, Alaska, 1897-99; Seattle, Wash., 
1899-1900; Calif., 1900-1901; Wonder, Ore., 1902-. 

ERNEST HENRY PRATT, A.B., A.M., 1898. Born, Pishon's Ferry, 
Me., Sept. 14, 1871. Teacher, Canaan, Me., 1894-95; Mattawam- 
keag. Me., 1895; Prin. Normal Sch., Springfield, Me., 1895-97; Assoc. 
Prin., Gould's Acad., Bethel, Me., 1897-99; Prin. H. S., Ellsworth, 
Me., 1899-1900; Sub-Master, Berkshire Industrial Sch., Canaan Four 
Corners, N. Y., 1900-01; Prin. H. S., Sanford, Me., 1901-02; Oxford, 
Me., 1902-07; Oakland, Me., 1907-09; Prin., Pennell Inst., Gray, Me., 
1909-13; Prin. H. S., So. Portland, Me., 1913-15; Farmer; Ad., 
Hinckley, Me. 

FRANCIS BURNHAM PURINTON, A.B. Born, Richmond, Me., April 
20, 1872. Coal dealer, Augusta, Me. 

LINVILLE WADSWORTH ROBBINS, A.B., A.M., 1898. Born, Gardi- 
ner, Me., Sept. 24, 1871. Teacher, H. S., 1894-07; Prin., 1907-08; 
Gardiner, Me.; Supt. Schools, Mars Hill, Me., 1909-13; Houlton, Me., 
1913-17; Stoughton, Mass., 1917- ; Clerk Com. Council, Gardiner, Me., 
1895-1908; Author, Centemiial History, Gardiner M. E. Church, 
(1900). 

WILLIAM FRANKLIN ROWLEY, A.B. Born, Brook Haven, N. Y., 
July 31, 1868. Ordained, 1895; Pastor, No. Grafton, Mass., 1895- 
1903; Union City, Pa., 1903-04; Middletown, Conn.; Newark, N. J.; 
Last address, Willimantic, Conn. 

VIRGIL CONNOR TOTMAN, A.B., A.M., 1897; M.D., Bowdoin, 1900. 
Born, Fairfield, Me., Dec. 19, 1872. Prin. High Sch., Buxton, Me., 
1894-97; Physician, Bar Mills, 1900-05; Oakland, Me., 1907-. 

FRANK LINCOLN TOZIER, A.B., A.M., 1899; M.D., Univ. of Vermont, 
1901. Born, Fairfield Centre, Me., Jan. 14, 1869. Teacher, 5 years; 
Physician, Fairfield, Me. 

WILLIAM BODLE TUTHILL, A.B., A.M., 1897; D.D., 1916. Born, 
Goshen, N. Y., Oct. 7, 1867. Union Theol. Sem., N. Y., 1894-95; 
Hartford Theol. Sem., 1895-97; Pastor, Cong. Ch., Kensington, Conn., 
1897-1899; East Hartford, Conn., -1899-1907; Leominster, Mass., 
1907-1910; Portland, Me., 1910-1918; Framingham, Mass., 1918-. 

HERBERT LEONARD WHITMAN, A.B., A.M., 1897. Born, Wood- 
stock, Me., Aug. 6, 1870. Teacher, Bourne, Mass., 1894-1908; Ayer, 
Mass. 

VERNE MORTIER WHITMAN, A.B., A.M., 1897. Born, Buckfield, 
Me., March 14, 1871. Prin. High Sch., Calais, Me., 1894-1900; Can- 
ton, 1900-02; Norway, 1902-04; Peterboro, N. H., 1904-08; Milford, 
N. H., 1908-10; Laconia, N. H., 1910-. 

NAHUM MORRILL WING, A.B., A.M., 1900. Born, Auburn, Me., 
May 6, 1871. Traffic Dept., Southern Pacific Co., Denver, Colo., to 
1907; Claim Dept, M. C. R. R.; Banking; Res., Arlington, Mass. 



Graduates— Men 1895 



CLASS OF 1895 

JOSIAH COLBY BASSETT, A.B., A.M., 1901; LL.B., Harvard, 1900; 
A.M., Harvard, 1901. Born, Winslow, Me., Nov. 25, 1873. Lawyer, 
101 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

RALPH KING BEARCE, A.B., A.M., 190.3. Born, Turner, Me., April 
29, 1875. Sub-Master, Rockland, Me., H. S., 1895-99; Suffield School, 
Suffield, Conn., 1899-1904; Prin. Suffield School, 1904-12; Head- 
master, Powder Point School, Duxbury, Mass., 1912-. 

FREDERIC BRYANT, A.B., M. D., Harvard, 1900. Born, Montville 
Centre, Me., Oct. 15, 1871. Worcester City Hospital, 2 years; since 
1901, Physician, Worcester, Mass.; Author, Pericarditis, (1904) ; 
The Cancer Problem, (1919); Radio-Therapy, (1919); Exam., Phys., 
Exemption Draft Bd., 1917-18. Ad., 778 Main St., Worcester, Mass. 

HARLAN PAGE FORD, A.B. Born, Jefferson, Me., Sept., 3, 1867. 
Teacher, Atlanta Bapt. Coll., 1896-97; since 1898, in the Public 
Schools of Boston; Address, Dorchester, Mass. 

WALTER LLEWELLYN GRAY, A.B. Born, Paris, Me., Jan. 24, 
1870. Prin. High Sch., Bridgton, Me., 1895-98; Adm. to the Bar, 
1899; Lawyer, South Paris, Me.; Supt. Sch., Memb. Me. Legisl.; 
Referee in Bankruptcy. 

STEPHEN HARRY HANSON, A.B. Born, Richmond, N. B., Dec. 25, 
1872. Editor and Proprietor Aroostook Timeft, 1898-1907, Houlton, 
Me.; Last address, Fredericton, N. B. 

*WILLIAM ABRAM HARTHORN, A.B. Born, Thomaston, Me., Aug. 
21, 1872. Prin. High Sch., Dennysville, Me.; Acad., Limerick, Me., 
Leland and Gray Sem., Townshend, Vt.; Brewster Acad., Wolfboro, 
N. H.; High Sch., Middleboro, Mass.; Died, Middleboro, Mass., Nov. 
21, 1914, aged 42. 

*JOHN HEDMAN, A.B., A.M., 1898. Born, Undersoken, Sweden, Oct. 
15, 1868. Instr. in Modern Lang., Colby, 1895-96; Instr. in Greek, 
1896-99; Student, Univ. of Paris, 1899-1900; Assoc. Prof. Mod. Lang., 
Colby, 1900-01; Prof. Romance Lang., 1901-14; Died, Waterville, Me., 
Feb. 20, 1914, aged 45. 

HENRY WINTER JACKSON, A.B. Born, Westboro, Mass., June* 19, 
1875. Insurance Agent, 1895-96; Adm. to the Bar, 1896; Hudson, 
Mass.; Address unknown. 

REED VERNON JEWETT, A.B. Born, Calais, Me., Nov. 16, 1872. 
Adm. to the Bar, 1898; Lawyer, Calais, Me., 1898- ; Judge of Pro- 
bate, Washington Co., 1912-16. 

ARCHER JORDAN, A.B., D.D.S., Univ. of Pa., 1902. Born, Auburn, 
Me., June 7, 1873. Prin. High Sch., Vanceboro, 189.5-96; Instr. in 
Math., and Sci., Mitchell's Boys' Sch., Billerica, Mass., 1896-99; 
Dentist, Waterville, Me., 1902-04; Auburn, Me., 1904- ; Memb. Com. 
Council, Auburn, 1914-15, 1915-16; Pres., Me. Dental Soc, 1912. 

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ALBERT TURNER LANE, A.B., A.M., 190L Born, Damariscotta, 
Me., Nov. 26, 1872. Prin. High Sch., E. Boothbay, 1895; Lebanon 
Academy, 1896; High Sch., Waldoboro, 1896-99; Clerk, N. E. Tel. & 
Tel. Co., Boston, Mass., 1899-1900; Instr. Greek and Histoiy, Conn. 
Lit. Inst., Suffield, Conn., 1900-01; Sub-Master, High Sch., Webster, 
Mass., and Supt. Evening Schools, 1901-03; Prin. Higli Sch., Ash- 
land, Mass., 1903-07; Teacher, Yarmouthport, Mass, 1907-08; 
Charlestown, Mass., 1908-09; Auburn, Me., 1909-10; Supt. Sch., 
Hampton, N. H., 1911-18; Epping, N. H., 1918-19; Raymond, N. H., 
1919-. 

HUGH DEAN McLELLAN, A.B., LL.B., Columbia, 1902. Born, Bel- 
fast, Me., Sept. 10, 1876. Law Student, 2 years; Prin. High Sch., 
Belfast, 1897-99; Evening High Sch., Brooklyn, N. Y., 3 years, and 
Student Columbia Law Sch.; Lawyer, Boston, Mass., 1902- ; Ad., 10 
Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 

HENRY WYMAN NICHOLS, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me., May 20, 

1873. Cotton Mill business. New Bedford, Mass. 
FREDERICK EDWIN NORRIS, A.B. Born, Tavoy, Burma, Dec. 

15, 1870. Commercial Traveler, Journalist, Farmer, and Teacher, 

Foxcroft, Me. 
.JOHN FOSTER PHILBROOK, A.B. Born, China, Me., April 14, 1873. 

Teaching, China, Me., 1896-97; Danforth, Me., 1898-99, 1900-13; 

Hampden, Me., 1899-1900; Supt. Schools, Danforth, Me., 1914- ; Trial 

Justice, 1900-18. 

*HARRY TILDEN RIGGS, A.B. Born, Farmington, Me., Feb. 28, 
1871. Died, Waterville, Me., July 25, 1895, aged 24. 

MELVIN ERASTUS SAWTELLE, A.B. Born, Sidney, Me., July 12, 
1873. Teacher, 1895-96; Law student, 1896-99; Lawyer, AugUi^ta, 
Me., 1899- ; Secy. Bd. Health, 1906-12; City Solicitor, 1915-20; Chair- 
man, Municipal Bd. Mother's Aid, 1917-20; Author, Revision Charter 
and Ordinances of Citij of Augusta, (1919); Ad., Augusta, Me. 

AUSTIN WHITE SNARE, A.B. Born, Hampden, Me., Aug. 11, 1873. 
Teacher and Law Student, 4 years; Adm. to the Bar, 1900; Lawyer, 
Springfield, Me., 1900-03; Bangor, Me., 1903- ; Res., Hampden, Me. 

HOMER TARBOX WATERHOUSE, A.B. Born, Kennebunkport, Me.. 
Feb. 4, 1873. Adm. to the Bar, 1897; Lawyer, Kennebunk, Me., 
1897- ; Rep. Me. Legi.'^l., 1913-17; Chairman Local Exemption Bd., 
1917-19. 

WILLIAM LEE WATERS, A.B., LL.B., Harvard, 1901. Born, Lake- 
ville, N. B., March 29, 1872. Supt. Sch., Waterville, 1895-98; Adm. 
to the Bar, 1901; Lawyer, Seattle, Wa.sh., 1901-; Asst. Prosecuting 
Atty., Seattle, 1905-06; Y. M. C. A. War Service, 1918-19; Ad., 1212 
Anier. Bank Bid., Seattle, Wash. 

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CLASS OF 1896 

*IRVING FRANCIS BURTON, A.B. Born, Woodstock, Me., Aug. 13, 
1876. Prin. High Sch., Dennysville, Searsport, Vinalhaven, etc.; 
Attendant, Eastern Me. Insane Hosp.; Penobscot Chemical Fibre 
Co.; Died, Old Town, Me., June 2, 1918, aged 41. 

*BENJAMIN COFFIN, A.B. Born, Freeport, Me., Feb. 14, 1872. 
Teacher, Freeport, 1896-99; Cherryfield, 1899-1900; Repr. in Me. 
Legisl., 1901; Adm. to the Bar, 1902; Register of Probate, Cumber- 
land Co., 1905-1913; died, Portland, Me., May 11, 1913, aged 41. 

ALBERT SAWYER COLE, A.B. Born, Cambridge, Me., March 24, 
1872. Supt. Sch., Skowhegan, 1896-97; Prin. High Sch., Thomaston, 
1897-1906; Supt. Sch., No. Dartmouth, Mass., 1906-15; Barre, Mass., 
1915- ; Educ. Work, U. S. A., in France, 1919. 

RICHARD COLLINS, A.B., M.D., Harvard, 1900. Born, Calais, Me., 
Dec. 6, .1874. Surgical Interne, Boston City Hosp., 1900-02; and 
Asst. Surg., Relief Station, 1902-03; Physician, Waltham, Mass., 
1903- ; Waltham Local Bd., 1917-19. 

HARRY WESLEY DUNN, A.B., LL.B., Harvard, 1902; A.M., Yale, 
1917. Born, Waterville, Me., Jan. 27, 1877. Prin. Academy, Mon- 
son, 1896-97; Asst. Class. High Sch., Worcester, Mass., 1897-98; 
Hotchkiss Sch., 1898-99; Adm. to the Bar, 1902; Lawyer, Boston, 
Mass., 1902-12; Dean, Col. of Law, Univ. of Iowa, 1912-14; Lawyer, 
Boston, Mass., 1914-17; Menib. Commis'n to Consolidate Laws (Mass.), 
1916-17; Prof. Law, Yale Law Sch., 1917-18; Lawyer, Boston, Mass., 
1918- ; Res., 1 Grosvcnor Park, Lynn, Mass. 

ELFORD LINDSAY DURGAN, A.B. Born, Harpswell, Me., July 9, 
1870. Elec. repairs and const, 1896-97; Retail hardware, 1897-1901; 
Northeastern Telephone Co., 1901-07; Wholesale electrical supplies, 
1907- ; Ad., 12 So. Central St., Wollaston, Mass. 

HENRY WARREN FOSS, A.B. Born, Mt. Vernon, Me., June 14, 1869. 
Prin. Higgins Classical Inst, Charleston, 1896-1903; Prin. High Sch., 
Bar Harbor, 1903-04; Sub-Master, Kelley Sch., Cambridge, Mass., 
1904-07, and Master, 1907- ; Ad., 20 Freeman St, Arlington, Mass. 

CHARLES BENJAMIN FULLER, A.B., M.D., Harvard, 1900. House 
Officer, Boston City Hospital, 1900-02; Asst Resident Physician, 
Adams Nervine Asylum, Jamaica Plain, Mass., 1902-03 ; Physician, 
Waltham, Mass., 1903- ; Physician and Bacteriologist, Waltham Bd. 
Health, 1906- ; Director Dept Public Welfare, 1918-19. 

EVERETT LAMONT GETCHELL, A.B., A.M., 1899. Born, Shawmut, 
Me., May 31, 1871. Prin. High Sch., Lubec, 1896-98; Boynton, H. S., 
Eastport, 1898-99; Sub-Master Allston Gram. Sch., Cambridge, 
Mass., 1899-1900, and Master, Kelley Gram. Sch., Cambridge, Mass., 
1902-07; Sub-Master, Paul Jones Sch., Boston, Mass., 1907-11; Put- 
nam Sch., Boston, 1911-19; Secy. Col. of Bus. Administration, Boston 

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Univ., 1919- ; Dir. Boston Travel Soc, 1911-18; Bus. Mgi., Bureau of 
Univ. Travel, Boston, 1918-19; Overseas Serv., Y. M. C. A., 1918-19; 
Author, Field Trips in the Boston Basin, (1903); Civil Sen-ice 
Manual, (1917); magazine art., etc.; Ad., 52.5 Boylston St., Boston, 
Mass. 

EDWARD LINDSEY HALL, A.B. Born, No. Cornville, Me., Oct. 2.3, 
1873. In railroad service, eight years; Waterville, Me. 

HASCALL SHAILER HALL, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me., April 16, 
1876. Asst. to Librarian, Colby Coll., 1896-97; Sub-Mast., Danforth, 
Me., H. S., 1897; Asst. Cashier, Ticonic Natl. Bank, Waterville, Me., 
1898-1901; Cashier, 1901-11; Treas., Kennebec Trust Co., Waterville, 
Me., 1912-15; N. E. Mgr., John Nickerson Jr., 1916-17; Rep. National 
City Co., Boston, Mass., 1917-19; Pacific Coast Mgr., Geo. H. Burr & 
Co., of New York, 1919- ; Ad., Kohl Bldg., San Francisco, Calif. 

HARRY EDWARD HAMILTON, A.B. Born, Brooklin, Me. Prin. 
Gram. Sch., Everett, Mass., 1896-1901; Shoe business. Bellows Falls, 
Vt., 1901-03; since 1903, Greenfield, Mass. 

HOWARD CHAPIN HANSCOM, A.B., M.D., Columbia, 1900. Born, 
Auburn, Me., June 12, 1875. Hospital Interne, 1900-02; J. Hood 
Wright Hospital, N. Y., 4 years; Physician, Monmouth, Me. 

WALTER LESLIE HUBBARD, A.B., A.M., 1899. Born, East Corinth, 
Me., Aug. 8, 1873. Carriage Mfr., 1896-97; Prin. Gram. Sch., Old 
Town, 1897-98; Prin. Mattawamkeag Sch., 1898-99; Clerk, coal busi- 
ness, 1899-1901; of firm, Stickney & Babcock Coal Co., Bangor, Me., 
1901-12; Farmer, Charleston, Me., 1912-17; Clerk, Great Northern 
Paper Co., Rockwood, Me., 1917-18; Penobscot Development Co., 
Great Works, Me., 1918-19; Junior Cost Accountant, Ord. Dept, U. 
S. A., Worcester, Mass., 1919- ; Memb. Common Council, Bangor, 
2 years; Auditor Town of Charleston, 1915-17; Trustee, Higgins 
Classical Inst. 

CARLTON EVERETT HUTCHINSON, A.B. Born, Skowhegan, Me., 
July 31, 1871. Book-keeper, Shoe Co., Skowhegan, 1896-98; Teacher, 
1898; Shoe cutter, 1898-1903; Teacher, Barberton, 0., 1903-05; Shoe 
business, Haverhill, Mass., 1905- ; Memb. Haverhill Sch. Bd., 1900-03; 
Ad., 13 Currier Ave., Haverhill, Mass. 

CHARLES BENJAMIN KIMBALL, A.B., B.S., Univ. of Main6, 1905. 
Born, No. New Portland, Me., May 14, 1872. Student, 3 years; 
Tutor, 1 year; Prin. High Sch., No. New Portland, 1900-03; Elec- 
trician, General Electric Co., 1904- ; Ad., Wollaston, Mass. 

ALBERT WILLIAM LORIMER, A.B. Born, Beebe Plain, P. Q., 
Canada, May 2, 1871. Newton Theol. Inst., 1900; Pastor, Arlington 
Heights, Mass., 1900-02; Presque Isle, Me., 1902-05; Franklin, 1905- 
07; Eden, 1908-11; Hodgdon, 1911-13; Whitefield, N. H., 1913-. 

JOHN BRADBURY MERRILL, A.B., A.M., 1900. Born, Dover, Me., 
July 30, 1872. Prin. Corinth Acad., 1896-98; Prin. High Sch., New- 

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market, N. H., 1898-99; Prin. Boynton High Sch., Eastport, Me., 
1899-1901; Sub-Master High Sch., Weymouth, Mass., 1901-03; Sub- 
Master High Sch., Woonsocket, R. I., 1903-12; Inst. Science, High 
School, East Boston, Mass., 1912- ; Ad., East Weymouth, Mass. 

FREDERIC MORGAN PADELFORD, A.B., A.M., 1899; Ph.D., Yale, 
1899. Born, Haverhill, Mass., Feb. 27, 1875. Graduate Student, Yale, 
1896-99; Prof, of English, Univ. of Idaho, 1899-1901; same, Univer- 
sity of Washington, since 1901; Author of Old English Musical 
Terms, (1900); Early 16th Century Lyrics, (1906); Political and 
Ecclesiastical Allegory of the Fairie Queene, (1911) ; Samuel Os- 
borne, Janitor; (1913) ; George Dana Boardman Pepper, a Biographi- 
cal Sketch, (1914) ; Poetical Works of Henry Howard, Earl of Sur- 
rey, (1919) ; Translated, G)'eek Essays on the Study and Use of 
Poetry, (1902) ; Select Translations from Scaliger's Poetics, (1905) ; 
Editor, Comedy of Errors, {Tudor Shakespeare), (1913); The Ring 
and the Book, (1917) ; contributor to Cambridge History of English 
Literature, etc.; Res., 4525 15th Ave., N. E., Seattle, Wash. 

FRED WILLIAM PEAKES, A.B. Born, Boston, Mass., May 30, 1868. 
Newton Theol. Inst., 1899; Pastor, Ashland, Mass., 1899-1903; No. 
Berwick, Me., 1903-1908; Everett, Mass., 1908-14; Athol, Mass., 
1914-. 

JAMES MADISON PIKE, A.B., A.M., 1909. Born, Oxford, Me., Nov. 
2, 1862. Prin. H. S., Livermore Falls, Me., 1898-1908; Supt. Sch., 
Calais Union Dist., 1908-16; Rangeley, Me., 1916-. 

HERBERT NOAH PRATT, A.B. Born, Skowhegan, Me., Nov. 29, 
1872. Salesman, 1896-07; Farmer, Skowhegan, Me., 1907- ; Select- 
man, Skowhegan, 1910-11. 

♦CHARLES EDWARD SAWTELLE, A.B. Born, San Francisco, Cal., 
Feb. 12, 1868. Teacher, 5 years; Newton Theol. Inst., 1904; Pastor, 
Needham, Mass., 1904-1917; Pres. Mass. Bapt. Conv. ; Died, Need- 
ham, Mass., Nov. 29, 1917, aged 48. 

JAMES LEONARD THOMPSON, Jr., A.B. Born, Portland, Me., 
April 28, 1873. Prin. High Sch., Danforth, Me., 1896-98; Med. 
Student, 1898-99; Harvard, Med. Sch., 1899-1900; Prin. H. S., 
Princeton, Me., 1900-02; Danforth, Me., 1902-03; accounts and 
credits, John Wanamaker, N. Y., 1903-08; creditman, Detmer Woolen 
Co., 1908- ; Ad., 26 CliflFord Ave., Pelhamwood, N. Y. 

THOMAS COX TOOKER, A.B., A.M., 1901. Born, Canning, Nova 
Scotia, Nov. 25, 1868. Prin. Academy, Litchfield, 1896-99; Cherry- 
field Acad., 1899-1905; Prin. High Sch., Bridgton, Me., 1906-11; 
Medford, Mass., H. S., 1912; Berwick, Me., Acad., 1913-14; Cherry- 
field Acad., Cherryfleld, Me., 1915-. 

CHARLES WINSLOW TURNER, A.B. Born, North Haven, Me., 
June 7, 1866. Prin. High Sch., Vinalhaven, Me., 1896; Gen. Agent, 

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Silver, Burdett & Co., for Colorado and Nebraska; Chicago, 111.; 

Last address, 35 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 
HARRY THORNTON WATKINS, A.B., A.M., 1899. Born, Baltimore, 

Md., Oct. 28, 1871. Prin. High Sch., Old Town, Me., 1896-1903; 

Prin. High Sch., Reading, Mass., 1903- ? Last address, Cambridge, 

Mass. 
LEVI PARKER WYMAN, A.B., A.M., 1899; Ph.D., Univ. of Pa., 1902. 

Born, Skowhegan, Me., July 12, 1873. Teacher, Dennis, Mass., 

1896-1900; Asst. in Chemistry, Penna. State Coll., 1902-05; since 

1905, Prof. Chemistry, Penna. Military College, Chester, Pa.; Author 

of Purification of Tuvgntic Acid, (1905); Laboratory Noteit for 

Cadets of Penn. Mil. College. 

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CLASS OF 1897 

ROY MORRILL BARKER, A.B. Born, Presque Isle, Me., April 8, 
1875. Grocery busines.s, Presque Isle, Me. 

GEORGE KEMBLE BASSETT, A.B. Born, Winslcw, Me., Dec. 16, 
1875. Teacher, Baltimore, Md., 1897-99; Manlius, N. Y., 1899-1902; 
Harvard Law Sch., 1902-03; 1904-05; Lawyer, Augusta, Me., 190.5- 
14; Winslow, Me., 1915-. 

HANNIBAL HAMLIN CHAPMAN, A.B. Born, Bethel, Me., April 28, 
1872. Prin. High Sch., Patten, 1897-98; Graduate Student, Yale, 
1898-99; Instr. in English, Military Acad., Cheshire, Conn., 1899- 
1901; Instr. in History, St. Paul's Sch., Garden City, N. Y., 1901- 
04; Supt. of Schools, Hempstead, N. Y., 1905-09; Grad. Student. N. 
Y. Univ., 1908-09; Corning, N. Y., 1909-19; Glen Cove, N. Y., 1919-. 

CHARLES LUTHER CLEMENT, A.B. Born, Montville, Me., Jan. 16, 
1874. Prin. High Sch., Waterboro, Me., 1898-1900; Hampstead, N. 
H., 1900-04; Supt. Schs., Benton, Me., 1908-12; Clinton, 1912-14; 
Southwest Harbor, 1914-17; Fryeburg, 1917- 

HARMON STEVENS CROSS, A.B. Born, Augusta, Me., June 12, 
1874. Instr. in Physics and Chemistry, Alfred Univ., N. Y., 1898- 
99; Teacher of Sciences, High Sch., W. Springfield, Mass., 1899- 
1902; Natural Sciences, Tilton Seminary, Tilton, N. H., 1902-09; 
Business, 1909-15; Teaching, Peabody, Mass., 1915-18; Watertown, 
Mass., 1918-. 

WILLIAM HENRY HOLMES, Jr., A.B., Ph.D., Clark Univ. Born, 
Augusta, Me., Sept. 13, 1874. Prin. Gram. Sch., Putnam, Conn., 
1897-98; Prin. Putnam High Sch., 1898-99; Supt. Schools, Grafton 
and Upton, Mass., 1899-1902; Westerly, R. I., 1903-13: Mount Ver- 
non, N. Y., 1913-; Author, School Organization and the Individual 
Child, (1912) ; Educ. Com., A. E. F., Paris, France, 1919. 

ALBERT RUSSELL KEITH, A.B., M.D., Harvard, 1903. Born, Wat- 
erville. Me., Sept. 29, 1875. Teacher, High Sch., Old Town, 1897-98; 

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House Officer, Carney Hosp., Boston, 1903-04; Asst. Resident Physi- 
cian, Sailor's Snug Harbor, Staten Id., N. Y., 1904-06; since 1906, 
Physician, Hartford, Conn.; Ad., 43 Farmington Ave., Hartford, 
Conn. 

ERNEST EUGENE NOBLE, A.B., LL.B., Univ. of Maine, 1903. Born, 
Blaine, Me., Jan. 1, 1870. Prin. High Sch., Clinton, 1897; Prin. 
Paris Hill Acad., 1898; Prin. Gram. Sch., Putnam, Conn., 1898-99; 
Fitchburg, Mass., 1899-1902; Lawyer, Portland, Me., 1904- ; Memb. 
City Council, Portland, 1907-09; Ad., 191 Middle St., Portland, Me. 

HERBERT SHAW PHILBRICK, A.B., B.S., Mass. Inst. Tech., 1906. 
Born, Waterville, Me., April 13, 1875. Sub-Mr., High Sch., Calais, 
1897-1900; and Principal, 1900-02; Student, Mass. Inst. Technology, 
1903-06; Asst. Prof. Mech. Engineering, Univ. of Mo., 1907-12; Prof. 
Mech. Engineering, Northwestern Univ., 1917- ; Ad., Evanston, 111. 

HENRY HARRISON PUTNAM, A.B. Born, Houlton, Me., Oct. 8, 
1873. In business, Danforth, Me. 

*FREDERICK ALBERT ROBERTS, A.B., M.D., Coll. of Physicians 
and Surgeons, Philadelphia, 1900. Born, Waterboro, Me., June 11, 
1873. Physician; Died, Wilmington, Mass., Aug. 11, 1906, aged 33. 

CHARLES LAFAYETTE SNOW, A.B. Born, Smith's Cove, Nova 
Scotia, July 5, 1868. Newton Theol. Inst., 1900; Pa.stor, So. Will- 
ington. Conn., 1900-04; Norwich, Conn., 1904-07; Address, Franklin, 
N. H. 

FRED ELMER TAYLOR, A.B. Born, Bath, Mo., Sept. 30, 1873. 
Rochester Theol. Sem., 1900; Pastor, Moscow, Idaho, 1900-02; 
Seattle, Wash., 1902-05; Supt. Seattle Bapt. Union, 1905-06; Book- 
man, Dodd, Mead & Co., 1906-07; Specialty business, Spokane, Wash., 
1907-09; Supt., Spokane Bapt. Union, 1909-11; Specialty business, 
1911-13; Dist. Mgr., Northwestern Life Ins. Co., Lewiston, Idaho, 
1913-. 

WALTER FRANCIS TITCOMB, A.B. Born, Houlton, Me., March 29, 
1875. Bookkeeper, Houlton, Me., 1897-1906; As.st. Treas., Houlton 
Trust Co., 1906-10; Cashier, Farmers Natl. Bank, 1910- ; Ad., 
Houlton, Me. 

*LINTON EDSON WALDRON, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me., Nov. 21, 
1875. Died, Waterville, Me., May 27, 1900. 

HARRY BATES WATSON, A.B. Born, Oakland, Me., April 30, 1874. 
Teacher, Good Will High School, Hinckley, Me., 1897-1900; Vermont 
Acad., Saxton's River, Vt., 1900-01; Good Will H. S., 1901-1911; 
State Sec'y, Y. M. C. A., Concord, N. H., 1911-16; Community Y. M. 
C. A. Sec'y, Ea.st Orange, N. J., 1916-. 

CHARLES HUNTINGTON WHITMAN, A.B., Ph.D., Yale, 1900. B6rn, 
Abbot, Me., Nov. 24, 1873. Graduate Student, Yale Univ., 1897- 
1900; and Fellow in English, 1898-1900; Instr. in English, Lehigh 
Univ., 1900-06; Asst. Prof., 1904-06; Assoc. Prof., 1906-11; Prof. 

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English, 1911- ; Rutgers College, and Prof. English, Women's Col- 
lege of N. J., 1918- ; Author of The Bird Names of Old English Lit- 
erature, (1899); Old English Mammal Names, (1907); Translated 
The Christ of Cynewidf, (1900) ; Author, Subject-Index to the Poems 
of Edmimd Spencer, (1919) ; Articles in various magazines. Ad., 
New Brunswick, N. J. 

PERCY FULLER WILLIAMS, A.B. Born, Great Pond, Me., June 28, 
1874. Educa. Work, Springfield, Me., 1897-98; Greeley Inst., 1898- 
99; West Dennis, Mass., 1899-1901; Choate Sch., Wallingford, Conn., 
1901-04; Fessenden Sch., West Newton, Mass., 1905-. 

ARTHUR GOODWIN WRIGHT, A.B. Born, Readfield, Me., May 3, 
1872. Teacher, Readfield, Me. 

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CLASS OF 1898 

FRANK WENTWORTH ALDEN, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me.,' June 
8, 1874. Publishing work, New York, 1899-1900; City Editor, Wat- 
erville Mail, 1901; Fire Ins. Agt., 1902-09; State Agt. and Adjuster 
for Me., Home Ins. Co. of N. Y., 1909- ; Memb. Waterville City Coun- 
cil, 1902-04; Alderman, 1904-05; Trustee, Colby College, 1918- ; Ad., 
Waterville, Me. 

HARRISON SANBORN ALLEN, A.B., A.M., Tuft-s 1899. Born, 
Hallcwell, Me., Aug. 9, 1870. Fellow in Biology, Tufts Coll., 1898- 
99; Teacher of Science, High Sch., Wakefield, Mass., 1899-1900; 
Rockland, Mass., 1900-02; since 1902, Head Science Teacher, Crosby 
High Sch., Waterbury, Conn.; Ad., 442 Farmington Ave., Water- 
bury, Conn. 

ALBERT GUY AVERILL, A.B. Born, Crawford, Me., Oct. 11, 1874. 
Teacher; Adm. to the Bar, 1902; Lawyer, Bangor, Jle. ; Judge 
Municipal Court, Old Town, 19 19-. 

CLAYTON KINGMAN BROOKS, A.B. Born, West Haven, Conn., 
July 15, 1874. Asst. Treas. Savings Bank, So. Paris, 1898-1902; 
Adm. to the Bar, 1900; Lawyer, So. Paris, Me., 1900-1903; Agent, 
London Assurance Society, Boston, Mass., 1903-; Ad., 141 Milk St., 
Boston, Mass. 

HERBERT MAURICE BROWNE, A.B. Born, North Haven, Me!, 
Aug. 25, 1872. Ad., 42 Lawn Ave., Portland, Me. 

ARTHUR WORDSWORTH CLEAVES, A.B., B.D., Newton Theo. In,-;t., 
1901. Born, Boston, Mass., March 20, 1876. Pastor, North Scituate, 
Mass., 1901-06; Newburyport, Mass., 1906-1920; Editorial Staff, 
Newburyport Daily Times and Glouce.ster Daily Times. 1910- ; Lynn 
Evening Neivs, 1912-18; Clerk, Associated Charities of Newburyport; 
Secy., Newburyport Civic League; Assoc. Editor, The Baptist, Chi- 
cago, 111, 1920-. 

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Graduates — Men 1898 

RAYMOND HAROLD COOK, A.B., A.M., Harvard, 1908. Born, 

Friendship, Me., Oct. 7, 1874. Prin. High Sch., Sterling, Mass., 

1898-1901; Holliston, 1901-02; So. Hadley Falls, Mass., 1902-07; 

Graduate Student, Harvard Univ., Cambridge, Mass., 1907-08; Prin. 

James B. Condon Gram. Sch., New Bedford, Mass., 1908-. 
HENRY LYSANDER CORSON, A.B. Born, Canaan, Me., July 26, 

1870. Adm. to the Bar, 1900; Lawyer, San Francisco, Cal.; Res., 

365 14th Ave., San Francisco, Calif. 
WILLIAM BACON DESMOND, A.B. Born, Portland, Me., Nov. 2, 

1874. Clerk,. M. C. R. R. Office, 1898-1900; Letter carrier, Portland, 

Me. 
CHARLES MILLETT DRUMMOND, A.B. Born, Portland, Me., July 

16, 1874. Adm. to the Bar, 1900; Lawyer, Portland, Me.; Ad., 396 

Congress St., Portland, Me. 
JOHN LYFORD DYER, A.B. Born, Charleston, Me., Nov. 18, 1875. 

Prin. High Sch., Sangerville, 1898-1900; Sub-Master, Gould's Acad., 

Bethel, 1900-03; Vice-Prin., Prep. Sch., Bethlehem, Pa., 1903-04; 

Prin. Acad., Monson, Me., 1904-06; Prin. High Sch., Milo, 1906-07; 

Postmaster, Newry, Me., 1907-08; Prin. High Sch., Oxford, Me., 

1908-15; Prin. Ricker Clas. Inst., Houlton, Me., 1915-18; Supt. Sch., 

Camden, Me., 1919-. 
GEORGE ASHLEY ELY, A.B. Born, W. Springfield, Mass., Nov. 12, 

1874. With Florence Mfg. Co., Florence, Mass., 1899-. 

OTIS WILLIAMS FOYE, A.B. Born, Brockton, Mass., July 1, 1875. 

Newton Theol. Inst., 1901; ordained, 1901; Pa.stor, Thompson, Conn., 

1901-06; Torrington, Conn., 1906-10; Somerville, Mass., 1910-1919; 

Prof. Church Hist., Gordon Bible Col., 1914-18; Pres. Bapt. Young 

Peoples Organization, State of Conn., 1907-09. 
*NORMAN KEITH FULLER, A.B. Born, Fairfield, Me., Aug. 27, 

1875. Adm. to the Bar, 1901; Lawyer, Waterville, Me.; Memb. Bd. 
Educa.; City Treas., 1906-07; Mayor, 1910-11; died, Waterville, Me., 
March 29, 1911, aged 35. 

HARRY MELLIN GERRY, A.B. Born, So. Paris, Me., May 3, 1876. 
Teacher, 1 year; Secy. Y. M. C. A., Port Henry, N. Y., 1899-1900; 
Providence, 1900-1903; Educational Director, Hillyer Inst, Y. M. C. 
A., Hartford, Conn., 1903-08; Indus. Secy., Y. M. C. A., Cambridge, 
Mass., 1908-18; Indus. Secy., Y. M. C. A., Erie, Pa., 1918-; Author, 
Survey of Industrial Conditions, Cambridge, Mass.; Training Teach- 
ers for Teaching English to Im'migrants, etc. 

FRED GARDNER GETCHELL, A.B. Born, Baring, Me., March 4, 

1876. Teacher, High Sch., Somerville, Mass., 1898-99; Chatham, 
1899-1900; Rochester, N. H., 1900-05; Cambridge, Mass., 1905-07; 
Boston, Mass., 1907-. Res., Needham, Mass. 

CHARLES EDWIN GURNEY, A.B. Born, Portland, Me., Feb. 15, 
1874. Teacher, 1 year; Adm. to the Bar, 1900; Lawyer, Portland, 

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Me.; Repr., Me. Legisl., 1917; Senate," 1919-20; Ad., 120 Exchange 
St., Portland, Me. 

ELMER ELLSWORTH HALL, A.B., M.D., Baltimore, 1902. Boin, 
Charlotte Co., N. B., Dec. 6, 1871. Physician, Little Falls, Minn. 

EVERETT CARLTON HERRICK, A.B., D.D., 1919. Born, Livermore, 
Me., June 1.3, 1876. Newton Theol. Inst., 1901; ordained, 1901; Pas- 
tor, Charlestown, Mass., 1901-14; Fall River, Mass., 1914-. 

IRA FRANK INGRAHAM, A.B. Born, Palmyra, Me., March 2, 1872. 
Insurance agent, Houlton, Me.; Address unknown. 

ARAB ERASTUS LINSCOTT, A.B. Born, Jefferson, Me., May 7, 1874. 
Teacher, Waterboro, Me., 1898-1900; Lisbon, 1900-02; Freedom, 1902- 
05; Waterville, 1905-07; Freedom, 1907-09; Portland, 1909- ; Ad., 
197 Prospect St., Woodfords, Me. 

WILLARD LOWELL McFADDEN, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me., Feb. 
11, 1876. Adm. to the Bar, 1900; Business Agent, Augusta, Me.; 
Last address, Boston, Mass. 

EDWARD HENRY NASH, A.B. Born, Portland, Me., June 7, 1875. 
Clerk, Portland Nat. Bank, Portland, Me. 

JOHN EDWARD NELSON, A.B. Born, China, Me., July 12, 1874. 
Prin. High Sch., Waterville, 1898-1902; Adm. to the Bar, 1901; Law- 
yer, Augusta, Me. 

JOHN RICHARD NELSON, A.B. Born, Sweden, Nov. 22, 1871. Law 
Student, Boston Univ., 1904; Adm. to the Bar, 1904; Lawyer, Cari- 
bou, Me., 1904-06; since 1906, Tremont Bid., Boston, Mass. 

ARTHUR HARTSTEIN PAGE, A.B., B.D., Newton, 1906. Born, 
Chapman, Neb., Sept. 5, 1873. Teacher, 3 years; Newton Theol. 
Inst., 1906; Missionary, Swatow, China, 1906-. 

THOMAS RAYMOND PIERCE, A.B. Born, Rockland, Me., Aug. 29, 
1878. Mercantile agency, Boston, 1898-99; in literary work, Chicago, 
1900; Treas. Star Refining Co., Boston, 1901-03; Financial writer, 
Boston News Bureau, 1903-04; Boston Financial News, 1904-07; The 
Statist., 1907-08; Man. Ed., Boston Commercial, 1908-16; Statisti- 
cian, Edmunds Bros., investment bonds, Boston, 1916- ; Treas., 
Wellesley Co-operative Bank, 1913-18; Res., Wellesley, Mass. 

FRED PARKER HAMILTON PIKE, A.B. Born, Hyde Park, Mass., 
June 2, 1875. Teacher, Waban, Mass., 1898-99; Instr. in French and 
German, Colby Coll., 1899-1900; Asst. Mitchell's Boys' Sch., Billerica, 
Mass., 1900-02; Grad. student, Johns Hopkins Univ., 1903-04; Teach- 
er, Haverford, Pa., 1904-06; Boston, Mass., 1906- ; Res., 15 Hastings 
St., West Ro.xbury, Mass. 

HENRY HOWARD PRATT, A.B. Born, Essex, Conn., Oct. 15, 1874. 
Student, Newton Theol. Inst., 1898-1900; Hartford Theol. Sem , 
1900-01; Teacher, Conn. Lit. Inst., Suffield, Conn., 1901-02; Wilton, 
N. H., 1902-05; Berwick, Me., 1905-06; Littleton, Mass., 1906-08; 

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Supt. Schools, Hinsdale, N. H., 1908-12; No. Brookfield, Mass., 1912- 
15; Newburyport, Mass., 1915-18; Auburn, Mass., 1918-. 

BERTRAM CARVER RICHARDSON, A.B. Born, Maplewood, Mass., 
June 27, 1874. Prin. Gram. Sch., Calais, 1898-1900; Supt. Schools, 
Auburn, 1900-03; Sub-Mr. Rice Training Sch., Boston, Mass., 1903- 
08; Junior Master, English High Sch., Boston, Mass., 1908-18; Mas- 
ter, 1918- ; In charge Franklin Union Annex, English High Sch., 
1910- ; Res. 12 Merlin St., Dorchester Centre, Mass. 

FRANK ARTHUR ROBINSON, A.B. Born, Bangor, Me., Aug. 1, 1876. 
Baltimore, Md. 

JOHN ERVIN STEPHENSON, A.B. Born, Littleton, Me., May 28, 

1876. Teacher, 2 years; Cashier and Asst. Postmaster, Butte, Mont., 
1900-07; Banking, 1907- (Vice-Pres., 1st Natl. Bank, Butte, Mont.). 

HEZEKIAH WALDEN, A.B. Born, Markham, Va., March 15, 1866. 
Instr. Roger Williams Univ., Nashville, Tenn., 1898-1905; Instr. 
Bishop College, Marshall, Texas; Last address, Bluefield, West Va. 

JUSTIN OWEN WELLMAN, A.B. Born, Belgrade, Me., Sept. 19, 
1875. Prin. Acad., Paris Hill, 1898; Instr. in Math., High Sch., Ban- 
gor, 1899-1901; Prin. Ricker Class. Inst., Houlton, 1901-05; Prin. 
Colby Academy, New London, N. H., 1905-19; Supt. Union Sch. Dist., 
Newmarket, N. H., 1919- ; Author, History of King Solomon's Lodge, 
No. U, R. F. R. M., (1912) ; Outline of a Course in V. S. Constitutional 
History, (1919). 

GEORGE ADAM WILSON, Jr., A.B. Born, So. Paris, Me., Oct. 12, 

1877. Electrical work, 10 years; automobile and gas engine work, 
9 years; Capt. Co. D., 308th M.S.T., 1918-19; Res., So. Paris, Me., 
1898-1908; Houlton, Me., 1908-. 

CHARLES MELLEN WOODMAN, A.B., B.D., Hartford Theo. Sem., 
1902. Born, Auburn, Me., July 15, 1875. Pastor, Friends Church, 
Providence, R. I., 1902-04; Portland, Me., 1904-16; Richmond, Ind., 
1916-; Author, Present Day Message of Quakerism, (1915). 



CLASS OF 1899 

LYNNE FLETCHER ADAMS, A.B. Born, Wilton, Me., March 7, 

1876. In business, Wilton, Me. 

HARVEY HARWOOD BISHOP, A.B. Born, Eastport, Me., March 1, 

1877. Student, Moody Bibl. Inst., 1899-1900; Pastor, Paris Hill, 
Me., 1900-04; Hodgdon, 1904-06; Tewksbury, Mass., 1906-14; Cari- 
bou, Me., 1914-19; Brunswick, Me., 1919-. 

HARRY SANFORD BROWN, A.B. Born, Winn, Me., Jan. 8, 1872. 

With F. H. Brown Co., 1900-12; Emery-Brown Co., 1912-; Ad., 

Waterville, Me. 

WILLIAM WIRT BROWN, A.B. Born, Fairfield, Me., Sept. 25, 1874. 

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Salesman, Waterville, Me., 1S99-1907; Mgr., Furniture store, Kings- 
ton, N. Y., 1907-13; Prop., Furniture Store, Old Town, Me. 

WILLIAM BRYANT CHASE, A.B. Born, Rockland, Me., Oct. 26, 
1875. Newton Theol. Inst., 1902; ordained, 1902; Pastor, Patten, 
Me., 1902-03; Washburn, Me., 1903-08; County Sec'y Y. M. C. A., 
Dover, N. J., 1908-10; Pastor, Nanuit, N. Y., 1910-13; Thompson, 
Conn., 1913-19; Ludlow, Vt, 1919-. 

COLIN HENRY DASCOMBE, A.B. Born, Wilton, Me., Aug. 3, 1878. 
Merchant, Wilton, Me., 1899-1914; Manufacturer, Plainfield, N. J., 
1914- ; Res., 41 Sandford Ave., Plainfield, N. J. 

EARLON KENT GUILD, A.B., LL.B., Boston Univ., 1904. Born, 
Grand Manan, N. B., May 1, 1878. Lawyer, Fort Fairfield, Me., 
1904-. 

LAWRENCE EMERY GURNEY, A.B., Ph.D., Chicago, 1906. Born, 
Sibsagor, Assam., Aug. 4, 1878. Special Fellowship, Univ. Chicago, 
1900-01; Instr. in Physics, Bradley Polytechnic Inst., Peoria, 111., 
1901-03; same, Allegheny Coll., 1903-06; Prof, of Physics, Univ. of 
Idaho, Moscow, Idaho; Univ. of the Philippines, Manila, P. I. 

HAROLD LIBBY HANSON, A.B., B.D., Newton Theo. Inst., 1902. 
Born, Peabody, Mass., Nov. 10, 1876. Ordained, 1902; Pastor, Ken- 
nebunk, Me., 1902-07; Rumfcrd, Me., 1907-14; Charlestown, Mass., 
1914-. 

ERNEST HENRY MALING, A.B. Born, Portland, Me., May 2, 1877. 
Med. Student, Columbian Univ., 1899-1900; statistical investigation 
and accounting, Washington, D. C. ; Depty. Supervisor of Adminis- 
tration, Massachusetts, 1916; Ad., 818 Conn. Ave., N. W., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

GEORGE ATWOOD MARTIN, A.B., S.T.B., Boston Univ., 1902. Born, 
Guilford, Me., May 4, 1873. Ordained, 1902; Pastor, M. E. Church, 
Rumford, Me., 1902-08; Bangor, Me., 1908-14; St. Johnsbury, Vt., 
1914-. 

HUBERT JAMES MERRICK, A.B. Born, Troy, Me., Sept. 10, 1875. 
Dry goods merchant, Concord, N. H., 1901-06; Augusta, Me., 1906-. 

PARKER TUFTS PEARSON, A.B. Born, Farmington, Me., June 8, 
1879. Farmington Normal Sch., 1900; Prin. High Sch., Warren, 
Me., 1901-02; Supt. Sch., Eastport, Me., 1903-05; Warren, Mass., 
1905-09; Weymouth, Mass., 1909-. 

MYRON ALBERT PILLSBURY, A.B. Born, Gray, Me., Jan. 4. 1877. 
Saco, Me. 

RALPH HORNER RICHARDSON, A.B. Born, Rutland, Vt., June 
9, 1876. Construction engineer; Ad., care International Potash Co., 
West End Sta., Colorado Springs, Colo. 

ALBERT CYRUS BOBBINS, A.B. Born, Winthrop, Me., Jan. 8, 1876. 
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Graduates — Men 1899 

CHARLES EMERY GOULD SHANNON, A.B., M.D., Jefferson, 1902. 
Born, Saco, Me., Sept. 16, 1875. Oculist, Philadelphia, Penn.; Ex- 
aminer, N. Y. Life and Equitable Life Assurance Cos.; Ad., 1633 
Spruce St., Philadelphia, Penn. 

HENRY RUSSELL SPENCER, A.B., A.M., Columbia, 1901; and Ph.D., 
1905. Born, Foxboro, Mass., Jan. 22, 1879. Asst. Coburn Classi- 
cal Inst., 1899-1900; Graduate Student, Columbia Univ., 1900-02; 
Inst., American Hist, and Pol. Science, Ohio State Univ., 1903-05; 
Asst. Prof., 1905-06; Preceptor in History, Politics and Economics, 
Princeton Univ., 1906-07; Prof. Amer. History, and Polit. Science, 
1907-09; Prof. Pol. Science, 1909-, Ohio State Univ., Columbus, O.; 
Res., 259 E. Gay St., Columbus, 0. 

WILLIAM OLIVER STEVENS, A.B., Ph.D., Yale, 1903. Born, Ran- 
goon, Burma, Oct. 7, 1878. Instructor in English, Colby, 1899-1900; 
Graduate Student, Yale, 1900-03; Instructor in English, 1903-05; 
Prof., 1905-, U. S. Naval Acad., Annapolis, Md. Author, The Cross 
in the Life and Literature of the Anglo-Saxon, (1904) ; An Annapo- 
lis Alphabet, (1906); Another Annapolis Alphabet, (1907); Guide 
Book to Annapolis (with C. S. Alden), (1910); The Young Pri- 
vateersman (with McKee Barclay), (1910); Short History of U. S. 
Navy, (with others), (1911); "Peivec'' Clinton, Plebe, (1912); Mess- 
mates, (1913) ; An Annapolis Almanac, (1913) ; Story of Our Navy, 
(1914); Boys Book of Famous Warships, (1915); Contributor to 
various magazines. 

ARTHUR IRVING STUART, A.B. Born, Winslow, Me., April 23, 

1875. Prin. High Sch., Tenant's Harbor, 1899-1901: Optometrist, 
1901-04, 1905-08, 1909-13, 1916- ; Y. M. C. A. Secy, Middlebury, Vt., 
1908-09; Teacher, Hinckley, Me., 1913-16. Ad., 100 Front St., 
Bath, Me. 

WILLIAM LINSCOTT WALDRON, A.B., A.M., Univ. of Me., 1906, 

. LL.B., 1908, and LL.M., 1912. Born, Waterville, Me., June 19, 1878. 

Teacher, Franklin, N. Y., 1899-1901; Skowhegan, Me., 1901-05; Law 

Student, 1905-08; Teacher, Brewer, Me., 1908-10; Lee, Mass., 1910- 

14; Lawyer, Portland, Me., 1914-15; Ashland, Me., 1915-. 

AMBROSE BENTON WARREN, A.B. Born, Cornish, Me., Oct. 14, 

1876. Teacher, Attleboro, Mass., H. S., 1899-1903; Prin. H. S., 
Westerly, R. I., 1903-08; Teacher, Mechanic Arts H. S., Boston, Mass., 
1908- ; Res., 20 Nottingham St., Dorchester, Mass. 

FREDERICK ELMER WEBB, A.B., B.D., Lane Theol. Sem., 1903; 
Ph.D., Potomac Univ., 1912. Born, Beverly, Mass., Aug. 5, 1877. 
Pastor, Cincinnati, 0., 1903-06; Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 1906-09; Free- 
port, 111., 1906-11; Bay City, Mich., 1911-15; Indianapolis, Ind., 
1916- ; Res., 12 University Teirace, Indianapolis, Ind. 

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CLASS OF 1900 

CARL COTTON, A.B., LL.B., Univ. of Maine, 1906; LL.M., 1913. 
Born, Fairfield, Me., May 5, 1878. Clerk, 1900-04; Prin. High Sch., 
Oak Bluff, Mass., 1906-07; Hopkinton, N. H., 1907-10; Supt. Sch., 
Marlboro, N. H., 1910-12; Treas., Indian Head Table Co., Nashua, 
N. H., 1912-14; Supt. Sch., Durham, N. H., 1914-18; West Springfield, 
Mass., 1918-; Author, New Hampshire School Laivs; Equalization 
of Taxation for School Purposes; and articles on educa. subjects in 
periodicals. 

ERNEST THOMAS CUSHMAN, A.B. Born, No. Paris, Me., Nov. 17, 
1876. Teaching, Nyack, N. Y., 1901-03; Chester, Pa., 1903-05; 
Portsmouth, N. H., 1906-09; Boston, Mass., 1909-. Res., 31 Bradfield 
Ave., Roslindale, Mass. 

*ALDEN ELIPHALBT DOUGHTY, A.B. Born, Greenwood, Me., May 
19, 1875. Died, Rye, Colorado, Jan. 13, 1908, aged 32. 

CHARLES EMERSON FOGG, A.B. Born, Unity, Me., March 4, 
1874. Gymnasium Instr., Hebron Acad., 1900-04; Colby, 1907-08; 
Y. M. C. A., Sacramento, Calif.; Fruit Rancher, Placerville, Calif., 
1910-. 

HENRY DEARBORN FURBUSH, A.B. Born, Hartland, Me., May IS, 
1878. Teacher, Newport, N. H., 2 years; Palmer, Mass., 1 year; 
Hyde Park, Mass., 2 years; Pawtucket, R. I. 

PERCY EMERTON GILBERT, A.B., M.D., Bowdoin, 1906. Born, 
Greene, Me., Jan. 9, 1876. Instr. in Science, Ricker Class. Inst., 
Houlton, 1900-02; H. S., Bridgewater, Me., 1902-04; Physician, 
Linneus, Me., 1907-13; Ashland, Me., 1913- ; Linneus Bd. of Health, 
1908-13; Author articles in medical journals. 

ALFRED SPRAGUE GOODY, A.B. Born, Portland, Me., Oct. 31, 

1874. Prin. High Sch., Winslow, 1900-01; Teaching, Kittery, and 
Portland High Sch., 1901; Dept. Education, Manila, P. I., 1902; Last 
address, Lewiston, Me. 

SIMON PETER HEDMAN, A.B. Born, New Sweden, Me., Jan. 28, 

1875. Mgr. Central Me. Potato & Starch Co., Bangor, Me., 1903-12; 
Metropolitan Life Ins. Co., 1912- ; Ad., Worcester, Mass. 

ERNEST LAWRENCE HERRICK, A.B. Born, Levant, Me., April 
15, 1874. Clothing business, Bangor, Me., 1900-18; Bath, Me., 19 18-. 

JAMES HENRY HUDSON, A.B., LL.B., Harvard, 1903. Born, Guil- 
ford, Me., March 21, 1878. Adm. to the Bar, 1903; Lawyer, Guil- 
ford, Me.; County Atty., 1913-19; Chairman, Bd. Selectmen, 3 year.s. 

WILLIAM BLAKE JACK, A.B. Born, Portland, Me., Nov. 16, 1877. 
Secy., American Consulate, Budapest, Hungary, 1900; Instructor 
and Prin., High Sch., Portland, Me., 1903-. 

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*EDWARD DRUMMOND JENKINS, A.B. Born, Marysville, Cal., 
Feb. 7, 1878. Journalist; died, Ontario, Cal., May 20, 1905, aged 27. 

FRED FOSS LAWRENCE, A.B. Born, Fairfield, Me., Nov. 6, 1879. 
Lawyer, Skowhegan, Me., 1904- ; Judge, Western Somerset Munici- 
pal Court, 1908-12; Secy, to Governor W. T. Haines, 1913-14; Asso. 
Prof. haw. Univ. of Me. Law School; Author, Digest of Maine Re- 
ports, (1917) ; Res., Skowhegan, Me. 

JOHN FRANKLIN MOODY, Jr., A.B. Born, W. Summer, Me., March 
24, 1878. Hebron, Me. 

*BENJAMIN ELDEN PHILBRICK, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me., June 
3, 1879. Died, Raleigh, N.C., April 6, 1902, aged 22. 

ARNOLD MERRIAM SANBORN, A.B. Born, Jay, Me., July 18, 1876. 
Teacher, H. S., Calais, Me., 1900-01; Philippine Is., 1901-04; Wilton, 
Me., 1904-05; Rumford Falls, Me., 1905-06; Calais, Me., 1906-13; 
Waterville, Me., 1913-15; Business, 1915-; Ad., Wilton, Me. 

FERNALD DAVID SAWYER, A.B. Born, Otisfield Gore, Me., Aug. 
12, 1875. Journalist, Augusta, Me., 1900-01; Educational Dept., 
Manila, P. L, 1901-02; Gray, Me. 

FRANK JOSEPH SEVERY, A.B., B.S., Mass. Inst. Tech,, 1904. Born, 
Chases Mills, Me., Dec. 1, 1877. Prin. Good Will High Sch., Fair- 
field, Me., 1900-01; Timekeeper and foreman, Cambridge, Mass., and 
Milwaukee, Wis., 1904-05; Supervisor fire protection. 111. Cent. R. R., 
Chicago, 111., 1905-06; City Engineer, Ft. Pierre, So. Dak., 1906-07; 
Asst. Engineer, Boston & Albany R. R., Boston, 1907-09; Asst. Engi- 
neer, Panama Canal, 1909-13; Deputy County Surveyor, Los Angeles, 
Calif., 1914-15; Senior Engineer, Los Angeles County Flood Control 
Dist., 1915-17; U. S. Indian Service, Los Angeles, Calif., 1917-18; 
Union Oil Co. of California, Los Angeles, Calif., 1919-; Ad., 6011 
Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, Calif. 

CHARLES FRANKLIN TOWNE, A.B., A.M., Brown, 1916. Born, 
Winslow, Me., Aug. 25, 1878. Asst. Coburn Class. Inst, 1900; 
Gram. Sch., So. Dennis, Mass., 1901; H. S., Farmington, N. H., 
1901-02; Prin. Gram. Sch., Salem, Mass., 1902-12; Thayer St., Gram. 
• Sch., Providence, R. I., 1912-13; Asst. Supt. Sch., Providence, 1913- 
18; Agt. State Bd. Educa., Mass., 1918-19; Asso. Prin. Lasell Sem., 
Auburndale, Mass., 1919-. 

WASHINGTON ALLAN VAUGHAN WIREN, A.B. Born, Woodland, 
Me. Teacher, Tampa, Fla., 3 years; Badoc, Philippine Ids. 

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CLASS OF 1901 

*ELVIN LESLIE ALLEN, A.B. Born, Hallowell, Me., March 27, 1879. 
Prin. High Sch., Washburn, Me., to 1908; County Sec'y Y. M. C. A., 
Michigan and New York to 1912; Prin. Good Will High Sch., Hinck- 
ley, Me., 1912-18; Y. M. C. A. overseas work and Foyer du Soldat, 
1918; died, in France, Oct., 1918, aged 39. 

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PERCY MELVILLE ANDREWS, A.B. Born, Paris, Me., Jan. 26, 

1874. Lawyer, Portland, Me., 1904-12; San Diego, Calif., 1912- ; 
City Atty., Ea.«;t San Diego, Calif., Depty. Dist. Atty., San Diego 
County. 

ROBERT ATHERTON BAKEMAN, A.B., A.M., Harvard, 1915. Born, 

Auburn, Me., Aug. 16, 1879. Newton Theol. Inst., 1905; ordained, 

1905; Pastor, East Jaffrey, N. H., Schenectady, N. Y.; Springfield, 

Mass.; Peabody, Ma.ss.; French Army Y. M. C. A., 1918-19; Ad., 

Peabody, Mass. 
EDWARD CLARKE BEAN, A.B. Born, Mason, Me., Feb. 14, 1877. 

Teaching, Turner, Me., 1901-03; Greenville, Me., 1903-07; Lewiston 

1908-11; U. S. Customs, Houlton, Me., 1911-12; Insurance, So. Paris, 

Me., 191.3-17; U. S. Customs, Holeb, Me., 1*18-. 
ALEXANDER MAXWELL BLACKBURN, A.B. Born, Oak Park, 

111., Feb. 12, 1878. Asst. Robbins Sch., Norfolk, Conn., 1901-02; 

Prin. 1902-07; Senior Master, Pingry Sch., Elizabeth, N. J., 1907-13; 

Teacher, California, 1913-15; Prin. H. S., Warren, Mass., 1915-17; 

Prin. Monson Acad., Monson, . Mass., 1917-19; Friends Acad., 

Locust Valley, N. Y., 1919-. 
*JOHN ALDEN HALE, A.B. Born, Rangoon, Burma, June 3, 1877. 

Machinist, M. C. R. R., Waterville, Me.; killed by train, Waterville, 

Me., Sept. 7, 1918, aged "41. 
WILLIAM FREEMAN HALE, A.B. Born, Schwegyin, Burma, Feb. 

25, 1879. P. 0. Clerk, 1909-17; Letter carrier, 1917- ; Ad., Rt. A., 

Box 30, La Roche Ave., Savannah, Ga. 
ADONIS DOW HOWARD, A.B. Born, Sangerville, Me., Oct. 16, 

1879. In business, Mobile, Ala., 190.5-07; Birmingham, Ala., 1907- 

08; Boston, Mass., 1908-10; New York City, 1910-11; Vice-Pres., H. 

V. Greene & Co., Investment Bankers, Boston, Mass.; Pres. Capital 

Service Co.; Memb. Bd. Aldermen", Melrose, Mass., 1914, 1915, 1916; 

Res., 105 Green St., Melrose, Mass. 
FRANCIS MORGAN JOSEPH, A.B. Born, Monson, Me., Jan. 30, 

1876. Waterville, Me. 

GEORGE ALBERT MARSH, A.B. Born, Leicester, Mass., July 15, 

1875. Asst. in charge electrical installation, Jekyel Is., Ga., 1902- 
03; salesman, J. B. McCoy &' Son, New York City, 1903- ; Memb. Bd. 
Educ, Scarsdale, N. Y., 1916-19; Res., Scarsdale, N. Y. 

SUMNER EDWARD MARVEL, A.B. Born, Auburn, Me., July 26, 
1879. Prin. High Sch., Warren, Me., 1903-06; Inst. Science, Tech. 
H. S., Springfield, Mass., 1906-09; Head Science Dept., H. S., New 
Bedford, Mass., 1909-. 

JASON LESLIE MERRILL, Ph.B. Born, Cambridge, Me., Oct. 18, 

1877. Address unknown. 

♦HORACE WELLMAN NEWENHAM, A.B. Born, Cherryfield, Me., 
May 28, 1876. Gym. instr., Winslow, Me.; Teacher, New Bedford, 

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Mass.; In business, Greenville Jc, Me.; died, Greenville Jc, Me., 
April 29, 1919, aged 42. 

SHERMAN PERRY, A.B., M.D., Harvard, 1907. Born, Passaic, N. J., 
June 11, 1878. Teacher, The Morristown Sch., Morristown, N. J., 
1901-03; Interne, City Hospital, Worcester, Mass., 1908-09; Chil- 
dren's Hospital, Boston, Mass., 1909-10; Staff officer. State Infirmary, 
Tewksbury, Mass., 1910-. 

WALLACE PURINTON, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me., Feb. 2, 187S. 
With Horace Purinton Co., 1901-03; Purinton Bros., coal dealers, 
Augusta, Me., 1903-18; Kennebec Wharf & Coal Co., Portland, Me., 
19 18-; Ad., Fidelity Bid., Portland, Me. 

EDGAR BURNHAM PUTNAM, A.B., LL.B., Univ. Me., 1904. Born, 
Danforth, Me., Sept. 25, 1878. Law Student, U. of Me., 1902-04; 
Adm. to the Bar, 1904; Lawyer, Danforth, Me. 

EDWARD CANNON RICE, A.B. Born, Fairfield, Me., May 14, 1878. 
Adm. to the Bar, 1903; Lawyer, Fairfield, Me., 1904-12; Jacksonville, 
Fla., 1912-17; Asst. Counsel, Federal Land Bank, Columbia, S. C, 
1917-19. 

RALPH WEBSTER RICH'ARDS, A.B.; A.M., Tufts, 1902. Born, 
Waterville, Me., May 30, 1879. Inst., Geology, Tufts Coll., 1902-06; 
Asst., Geology, Harvard Univ., 1903-04; Asst., Mineralogy, Harvard 
Univ., 1904-07; U. S. Geological Survey, 1907-13; Geologist, S. 
Pearson Son., Ltd., 1913-15; Petroleum Exploration, Inc., 1916-18; 
consulting Geologist, 19 18-; Author, Synojisis of Mineral Characters, 
(1907) ; also reports in U. S. Geo. Survey pub.; Address, 201 Westory 
Bid., Washington, D. C. 

CHARLES FREDERIC TAFT SEAVERNS, A.B., and Harvard, 1902. 
Born, Chicago, 111., Dec. 1, 1879. Teacher and Prin., Robbins Sch., 
Norfolk, Conn., 1903-11; Hills Sch., Pottstown, Pa., 1912-14; H. S., 
Hartford, Conn., 1915- ; Res., 1265 Asylum Ave., Hartford, Conn. 

RICHARD WAITE SPRAGUE, A.B. Born, Greene, Me., Jan. 28, 1876. 
Prin. High Sch., Waterville, 1902-05; Supt. Sch., Muncie, Ind.; Law- 
yer, Tucson, Ariz. 

WILL HENRY STURTEVANT, A.B. Born, Dover, Me., Nov. 4, 1870. 
Teaching, 1902-06; Supt. Sch., Dover, Me., 1906-13; Eastport and 
Lubec, 1913- ; Res., Eastport, Me. 

NATHAN PULSIFER THAYER, A.B., M.D., Harvard, 1905. Born, 
Waterville, Me., Doc. 20, 1878. Interne, Long Island Hosp., 1905-06; 
and Medical Supt., 190(3-07; since 1908, Physician, Brooklyn, N. Y.; 
Res., 1433 Ave. H, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

ERNEST EGAN VENTRES, A.B. Born, Hudson, Mass., April 7, 1874. 
Newton Theol. Inst., 1905; ordained, 1905; Pastor, No. Hanover, 
Mass., 1906-10; Northboro, Vt., 1910-15; Agawam, Mass., 1915-. 

HENRY LAURESTON WITHEE, A.B. Born, Dover, Me., Dec. 20, 
1876. Prin. High Schools, 1901-05; Law Student, 1905-07; Lawyer, 

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Boston, Mass., 1907-11; Rockland, Me., 1911- ; County Atty., Knox 
Co., 1915-. 
CARL HAMLIN WITHERELL, A.B., M.D., Harvard, 1905. Born, 
Oakland, Me., Feb. 19, 1878. Physician, Oakland, Me., 1905-14; 
Augusta, Me., 1914-16; 1st Lieut., M. C, U. S. A., 1917; Capt, 1918; 
Major, 1919; with A. E. F., 1918-19; Supt. Sch., Oakland, Me., 2 
years; Bd. Health, 6 years. 

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CLASS OF 1902 

NOAH VERNON BARKER, A.B. Born, Exeter Mills, Me., Dec. 21, 
1874. Prin., High Sch., Presque Isle, Me., 1902-03; Inst., Ricker 
Class. Inst., Houlton, Me., 1904-15; Sub-Master, Goddard Seni., 
Barre, Vt., 1915-. 

RALPH CARLETON BEAN, A.B.; A.B., Harvard, 1904. Born, Clin- 
ton, Me., April 21, 1881. Teaching, 1902-03; 1905- ; Res., 48 Emer- 
son St., Wakefield, Mass. 

GUY WILBUR CHIPMAN, A.B., A.M., Univ. Penn.'^ylvania, 1913. 
Born, Raymond, Me., July 15, 1880. Prin. High Sch., Winslow, Me., 
1902-05; Instr. in Sci., Coburn Class. Inst., Waterville, 1905-08; 
Head Science Dept., Friends' Central Sch., Philadelphia, Pa., 1908- 
16; Prin. High Sch., West Chester, Pa., 1916-17; Prin. Friends' 
School, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1917- ; Ad., 112 Schermerhorn St., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 

LEW CLYDE CHURCH, A. B. Born, Minneapolis, Minn., May 9, 1880. 
Lawyer, Minneapolis, Minn. 

WILLIAM WINTER DREW, A.B. Born, Starks, Me., Jan. 26, 1882. 
Farmer, 1902-03; Teacher, 1903-06; Bookman, 1906-18; Sales Mgr., 
Extension education, 1918- ; Ad., 185 Madison Ave., New York City. 

JULIUS HOWARD BRADFORD FOGG, A.B. Born, Freeport, Me., 
Dec. 27, 1875. Law Student, Columbia, 1902, Harvard, 1904; Real 
estate broker, Washington, D. C; Boston, Mass.; Newark, N. J.; New 
York City; Pres., Co-operative Realty Co., 1916-18; Director of Real 
estate, Louis K. Liggett Co., 151 Fifth Ave., New York City, 1918-. 

ANGIER LOUIS GOODWIN, A.B. Born, Fairfield, Me., Jan. 30, 1881. 
Harvard Law Sch., 1904-05; Adm. to the Bar, 1905; Lawyer, Fair- 
field, Me., 1905-06, Boston, Mass., 1906- ; Alderman, Melrose, Mass., 
1911-13; 1915-19; Trustee, Melrose Pub. Lib., 1914; Ad., 53 State St., 
Boston, Mass. 

HERBERT LEE GRAY, A.B., M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1906. Born, 
Sussex, N. B., July 5, 1881. Medical interne, 1906-08; Physician, 
New York City, 1908-; Draft Physician, 1917-19; Ad., 238 West 
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Graduates — Men 1902 

FRANK PERCIVAL HAMILTON, A.B.; LL.B., Denver Univ., 1908. 
Born, Gloucester, Mass., Aug. 20, 1881. Lawyer, Jacksonville, Fla. ; 
Res., 1717 St. Johns Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. 

PERCIVAL EDWARD HATHAWAY, A.B. Bora, So. Paris, Me., 
Sept. 25, 1879. Prin. High Sch., Norway, Me., 1902-18; Employ- 
ment Mgr., The Northern Trust Co., Chicago, III, 1919- ; Res., 1817 
Asbury Ave., Evanston, 111. 

ADELBERT ORLANDO JONES, A.B. Born, North Livermore, Me., 
Feb. 8, 1878. Sub-Mr. Washington Acad., East Machias, Me., 1902- 
04; High Sch., Westbrook, 1907; Resort hotel business, 1907-11; with 
Dixville Notch Corp., Dixville Notch, N. H., 1911-. 

CHRISTIAN COLUMBUS KOCH, A.B. Born, Clinton Falls, Minn., 
July 30, 1875. Newton Theol. Inst., 1905; Evangelist, 1905-06; Pas- 
tor, Sedgewiek, Me., 1906-08; Spring Valley, Minn., 1908-10; Wash- 
burn, Me., 1910-13; Mars Hill, Me., 1913-18; Springvale, Me., 1918-. 

JOHN GUSTAVE LARSON, A.B., M.D., Long Id. Coll. Hosp. Coll., 
1907. Born, Wermland, Sweden, Feb. 10, 1878. Physician, Brock- 
ton, Mass, 1907-09; Boston, Mass., 1909-; Contract Surg., U. S. A., 
1918; Ad., 366 Massachusetts Ave., Boston, Mass. 

MARTIN HENRY LONG, A.B., LL.B., Harvard, 1905. Born, Brad- 
ford, Me., Nov. 1, 1878. Lawyer, Jacksonville, Fla., 1905-06; New 
York City and Denver, Colo., 1906; Jacksonville, Fla., 1906- ; Inst. 
Florida Law Sch., 1907-09; Memb. Legis. Com., Florida Bar Assn., 
1917-. 

CHARLES FRANCIS McKOY, A.B. Born, Bangor, Me., July 24, 
1878. Newton Theol. Inst., 1905; Pastor, Bar Harbor, Me., 1905-11; 
Paulsboro, N. J., 1912-13; Long Branch, N. J., 1913-19; Brooklyn, 
N. Y., 1920-. 

ALEXANDER HENRY MITCHELL, A.B. Born, West Tisbury, 
Mass., May 6, 1877. Head-Mr. Mitchell's Military School for Boys, 
Billerica, Mass. 

MAX PATTEN PHILBRICK, A.B. Born, Bath, Me., Jan. 1, 1880. 
Instr. Conn. Lit. Inst., 1902-07; Instr. in Mod. Lang., High Sch., 
Hartford, Conn.; Seattle, Wash. 

HARRY EMERY PRATT, A.B. Born, Farmington, Me., Oct. 12, 1879. 
Prin. High Sch., No. Anson, Me., 1903-04; Fairfield, 1904-11; Pitts- 
field, Mass., 1911-16; Albany, N. Y., 1916-. 

WILLARD HIRAM ROCKWOOD, A.B. Born, Winthrop, Me., Dec. 24, 

1878. Sub-Mr., Waterville, Me., H. S., 1902-03; Forestry work, 
Hollingsworth & Whitney Co., 1905-08; Mgr., E. A. Strout Farm 
Agency, Waterville, Me., 1908-. 

OSSIAN FAREWELL TAYLOR, A.B. Born, Hampden, Me., Dec. 25, 

1879. Ad., Hampden, Me. 

FRED WILBUR THYNG, A.B., A.M., Tufts, 1903, and Ph.D., 1905. 
Born, Ross Corners, Me., Feb. 12, 1878. Teaching Fellow in His- 
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tology and Embryology, Harvard Med. Sch., 1906-07; Inst., Biology, 
Tufts, 1908; Asst. in Anatomy, Northwestern Med. Sch., 1909; 
Asst. Prof., 1910; Inst, in Anatomy, N. Y. Univ. Med. Sch., 1910-12; 
Asst. Prof., 1913-19; Assoc. Prof., 1919- ; Author: The Hypophysia 
in Amblystoma; Squamoiial Bone in Tctrcipodoiis Vertebrate ; Regu- 
lar Occurrence of Intestinal Direrticula in Embryos of the Pig, Rab- 
bit, and Man; etc., etc. 
LINWOOD LEIGHTON WORKMAN, A.B. Born, Cherryfield, Me., 
May 16, 1878. Instr. in Sci. and Math., Colby Acad., New London, 
N. H., 1902-04; High Sch., Wakefield, Mass., 1904-05; Watertown, 
1905-06; Prin. Higgins Classical Inst., Charleston, Me., 1906-09; 
Peters H. S., Southboro, Mass., 1909-12; Hd. Dept. Hou.sehold 
Physics, General Science and Hygiene, State Normal Sch., Framing- 
ham, Mass., 1912- ; Memb. Com. preparing Teachers' Manual and 
Course of Study, Household Arts, pub. by Mass. Bd. Educa., 1916; 
etc.; Ad., Framingham Centre, Mass. 

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CLASS OF 1903 

ELMER WESLEY ALLEN, A.B. Born, Hallowell, Me., Jan. 29, 
1881. Insurance, Waterville, Me. 

FRED MILTON ALLEN, A.B. Born, China, Me., Sept. 19, 1876. 
Newspaper work, Augusta, Me., 1904-05; Schenectady, N. Y., 1905- 
06; Albany, N. Y., 1907; Worcester, Mass., 1907-10; Boston Herald, 
1910-19; Editor, Department Reports of Massachusetts, 1915-; Vice- 
Pres. and Director, N. E. Bureau of Department Reports, Inc., 
1919- ; Ad., Little Bldg., Boston, Mass. 

HAROLD CARLTON AREY, A.B.; M.D., Bowdoin, 1913. Born, 
Camden, Me., Feb. 18, 1880. Accountant, 1903-08; Student, Univ. 
of Penn., 1908-09; Asst. Physician, State Hospital, Worcester, Mass., 
1913-17; Supt. Hospital Cottages for Children, Baldwinsville, Ma.ss., 
1917-. 

CHARLES WILSON ATCHLEY, A.B. Born, Sevierville, Tenn., Dec. 
22, 1871. Adm. to the Bar, 1907; Lawyer, Waterville, Me. 

JOHN WILSON BARTLETT, A.B.; B.S., Penn. State Col., 1906. 
Born, Lewiston, Me., Oct. 6, 1877. Asst. Supt. Azure Mining Co., 
Tyrone, N. Mex., 1906-08; Surveyor, U. S. Land Office, Montana 
and Utah, 1909-12; with L. A. & W. Ry. Co., Lewiston, Me., 1917-; 
Ad., 38 Jefferson St., Lewiston, Me. 

ROGER FREDERIC BRUNEL, A.B., Ph.D., Johns Hopkins, 1906. 
Born, Portland, Me., Dec. 21, 1881. Research asst.. Tufts Coll., 
1906-07; Dept. Chemistry, Syracuse Univ., 1907-12; Asso. in Chem- 
istry, Bryn Mawr Coll., 1912-14; Asso. Prof. 1914-17; Prof. 1918- ; 
Author scientific articles in various chemical journals. Ad., Bryn 
Mawr, Penn. 

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Graduates — Men 1903 

SHEPPARD EMERY BUTLER, A.B.; A.M, Univ. Chicago, 1904. 
Born, Highland Park, 111., July 9, 1883. Instr., Coburn Class. Inst., 
1904-05; Editorial staff, Chicago Tribune, 1905-09; Chicago Record- 
Herald, 1909-15; Chicago Tribune, 1915-; Asst. Sunday Editor; 
Author dramatic and literary reviews, etc. 

ARTHUR DAVENPORT COX, A.B. Born, Hantsport, N. S., Nov. 1, 
1874. Prin. High Sch., Sebago, 1903-05; Instr. Central Coll., Pella, 
Iowa; Address unknown. 

CECIL MAURICE DAGGETT, A.B. Born, Fairfield, Me., May 13 
1882. Secy. Boys' Dept. Y. M. C. A., Montreal, Can., 1903-05; St, 
Louis, Mo., 1905-06; Me. State Com., Y. M. C. A., 1907-08; Pres 
and Treas., Horace Purinton Co., Genl. Contractors and Mfrs. of 
Brick; Treas., Bangor Brick and Const., Co., Mechanic Falls Brick 
Co.; Treas., Elm City Realty Co.; Director, Ticonic Natl. Bank 
Treas., Christian Civic League of Me.; Corporate Memb., Me. Bible 
Soc; Trustee, Coburn Class. Inst.; Res., Waterville, Me. 

LIONEL ELWOOD DUDLEY, A.B., M.D., Columbia, 1908. Born, 
Castle Hill, Me., Dec. 3, 1877. 

WALTER LEWIS GLOVER, A.B. Born, Framinghani, Mass., July 4, 
1881. Prin. High Sch., Baring, Me., 1903-04; Princeton, 1904-05; 
Oak Bluffs, 1907-08; Marshfield, Mass., 1907-09; Redlands, Calif. 

WILLIAM HOLBROOK HAWES, A.B. Born, Skowhegan, Me., Aug. 
5, 1878. Life Ins., 1903-04; Harvard Law Sch., 1906-07; Lawyer, 
Skowhegan, Me.; Memb. Sch. Com., 1911-20. 

LELAN PORTER KNAPP, A.B. Prin. High Sch., South Manchester, 
Conn. 

CALEB ALBERT LEWIS, A.B. Born, Winn, Me., March 28, 1880. 
Newspaper work, Waterville, Me., 1903- ; Memb. City Council, 1914- 
15; Bd. Aldermen, 1916. 

LEWIS GARFIELD LORD, A.B. Born, Oakland, Me., Feb. 6, 1881. 

PHILIP GILKEY RICHARDSON, A.B. Born, Rutland, Vt., Jan. 31, 
1880. Bank clerk, 1903-05; Mine Secy., 1906-08; Cost clerk, 1909- 
16; Accountant, 1917-19; Res., 2723 York St., Denver, Colo. 

LEON CARVER STAPLES, A.B. Born, No. Haven, Me., March 26, 
1880. Sci. Dept., High Sch., Danbury, Conn., 1903-07; Supervising 
Prin., Portland, Conn., 1907-09; State Supervisor, 1909-12; Mgr., C. 
S. Staples & Son, No. Haven, Me., 1912-18; State Supervisor Sch., 
Ellington, Conn., 1918-. 

LOUIS COLBY STEARNS, Jr., A.B., LL.B., Harvard, 1906. Born, 
Springfield, Me., April 25, 1880. Lawyer, Bangor, Me. 

CARLETON WHITE STEWARD, A.B.; M.D., Tufts, 1911. • Born, 
Skowhegan, Me., Dec. 10, 1882. Prin. H. S., Rockport, Me., 1906-08; 
Physician, Rockport, Me., 1912-. 

*GEORGE THOMAS SWEET, A.B., LL.B., Harvard, 1907. Born, 



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Atkinson, Me., April 11, 1879. Lawyer, Los Angeles, Calif.; Lect- 
urer on Commercial Law, Polytechnic H. S., Los Angeles; Con- 
tributed to Encyclopedia of Procedure; died, Los Angeles, Calif., 
Feb. 26, 1918, aged 38. 

WILLIAM MARSTON HUSE TEAGUE, A.B. Born, Warren, Me., 
April 23, 1876. H. & W. Paper Co., 1903-06; Supt. Sch., Warren, 
Me., 1906-17; Fairfield, Me., 1917-18; Canaan, Conn., 1918-. 

GEORGE WOOSTER THOMAS, A.B. Born, Camden, Me., Sept. 4, 

1879. Teaching, Hebron Acad., 1903-05; East Machias, 1905-06; 
Springfield, Mass., 1906-07; Montana, 1907-12; Ordained, Presby- 
terian Ch., U. S. A., 1912; Pastor, Montana, 1912-18; San Diego, 
Calif., 1918- ; Y. M. C. A. War Service, Fort Rosecrans, Calif., 
1918-19. 

NATHANIEL TOMPKINS A.B., LL.B., Harvard, 1907. Born, 
Bridgewater, Me., May 17, 1879. Adm. to the Bar, 1907; Lawyer, 
Houlton, Me. 

Vv^ENDELL CROSBY WASHBURN, A.B. Born, China, Me., Nov. 20, 

1880. China, Me. 

ALLISON MASON WATTS, A.B.; B.D., Newton Theol. Inst., 1907. 
Born, Tenant's Harbor, Me., June 1, 1878. Instr. in Math, and 
Sciences, Craftsbury Acad., Vt., 1903-04; Newton Theol. Inst., 1907; 
Pastor, West Brattleboro, Vt., 1907-09; Johnson, Vt., 1909-11; North 
Haven, Me., 1911-13; Woodland, Me., 1913-14; Rumney, N. H., 1914- 
17; Dixville, Que., 1917-. 

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CLASS OF 1904 

VERNON STANLEY AMES, A.B. Born, North Haven, Me., July 2, 
1882. Instr. in Sci., Hebron Acad., Hebron, Me., 1904-05; in Math., 
Va. Union Univ., Richmond, Va., 1905-07; Camden, Me., 1907-08; 
Prin. High Sch., Rockport, Me., 1908-09; Upton, Mass., 1909-13; 
Supt. Sch. and Prin High Sch., Sharon, Mass., 1913-19; Supt. Sch., 
Marlboro, N. H. 

CARL RUBENS BRYANT, A.B. Born, Paris, Me., Nov. 19, 1881. 
Prin. High Sch., Chebeague, Me.; Sub-Mr. Lincoln Acad., Newcastle, 
1904-06; Prin. High Sch., Islesboro, 1906-07; Prin. High Sch., Sud- 
bury, Mass., 1907-09; Pepperell, Mass., 1909-13; Dover, Mass., 1913- ; 
Trustee, Dover Pub. Lib., 1914-19. 

ALLEN CLARK, A.B. Born, Augusta, Me., Dec. 20, 1879. Augusta, 
Me. 

WILLIAM ALBERT COWING, A. B. Born, Maxfield, Me., Jan. 6, 
1878. Insurance, 1904-05; Teaching, Deer Isle, Me., 1906; Jones- 
port, Me., 1907-08; Charleston, Me., 1909-13; Winthrop, Me., 1914; 
Chelsea, Mass., 1915-16; West Springfield, Mass., 1916-. 

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CLARENCE GARLAND GOULD, A.B. Born, Milo, Me., June 20, 
1881. Teacher, Washburn, Me., 1904-05; Orangeburg, S. C, 1905- 
07; Milo, Me., 1909-10; So. Manchester, Conn., 1911-12; Hartford, 
Conn., 1912- ; Res., 217 Garden St., Hartford, Conn. 

LOUIS ARTHUR HAMMOND, A.B. Born, Fergus Falls, Minn., Feb. 
18, 1880. Rumford, Me. 

FRANK HORACE LEIGHTON, A.B. Born, Columbia Falls, Me., 
Aug. 10, 1881. Sub-Mr. Mitchell's Military Boys' Sch., Billerica, 
Mass. 

JOHN AUSTIN PARTRIDGE, A.B. Born, Fort Fairfield, Me., Sept. 
28, 1880. Prin. High Sch., Alfred, Me., 1904-05; Sub-Mr. High Sch., 
Waterville, 1905-07; Prin. High Sch., Madison, Me., 1907-10; Law- 
rence High Sch., Fairfield, Me., 1910-18; High Sch., Sanford, Me., 
1919- ; Vice-Pres. Me. Teachers' Assn. 

CARROLL NORMAN PERKINS, A.B., LL.B., Harvard, 1907. Born, 
So. Penobscot, Me., Sept. 9, 1880. Lawyer, Waterville, Me.; Memb. 
State Bd. Bar Exam., 1917-. 

JOHN BLAKE ROBERTS, A.B., LL.B., Harvard, 1907. Born, Cari- 
bou, Me., Feb. 14, 1880. Lawyer, Caribou, Me.; Judge Caribou 
Municipal Court, 1919- ; Vice-Pres., Caribou Natl. Bank. 

HAROLD WILLIAMS SOULE, A.B., and Oxford, 1908; A.M., Har- 
vard, 1914. Born, Hingham, Mass., Oct. 14, 1883. Rhodes Scholar, 
Oxford University, 1905-08; Instr. Univ. Sch., Cleveland, Ohio, 
1908-09; Adirondack-Florida Sch., 1909-10; Middlesex Sch., 1910-13; 
Simmons Col., 1914-15; Univ. Minnesota, 1915-17; Head College 
^ept, D. C. Heath & Co., Boston, Mass., 1917-. 

JOHN SIDNEY TAPLEY, A.B. Born, Brooksville, Me., Sept. 16, 
1874. Prin. Anson Academy, North Anson, Me., 1904-08; Supt. Sch., 
Charleston, Me., 1912-. 

FRANK WASHINGTON TARBELL, A.B., M.D., Coll. Phys. and Surg., 
1908. Born, Dyer Brook, Me., July 31, 1879. Physician, Smyrna 
Mills, Me. 

GEORGE EDWARD TOLMAN, A.B., B. S. in Elec. Engin., Mass. Inst. 
Tech., 1908; Born, Harrison, Me., July 17, 1880. Electrical Engi- 
neer, Schenectady, N. Y., 1909-. 

EDWARD BURTON WINSLOW, A. B. Born, Saco, Me., Dec. 16, 1881. 
With the Winthrop Press, New York City, 1904-10; Purchasing Agt., 
Amer. Soc. Mechan. Engineers, 1910-12; Mgr. Booklet Dept., Geo. 
Batten Co., 1912-18; Sales Dept., American Colortype Co., 1918- ; 
Res., Mohegan Heights, Tuckahoe, N. Y. 

FRANK EDGAR WOOD, A.B. Born, Bowdoinham, Me., June 19, 1878. 
Journalist, Waterville, Me., 1904-06; Teacher, Hamp-stead, N. H, 
Bluehill, Me., and Millinocket, Me., 1906-12; Salesman, Stoughton, 
Mass., 1912-. 

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DAVID KENNETH AREY, A.B., A.M., 1907. Born, Camden, Me., 
July 8, 1883. Asst. in Biology, Colby Coll., 1905-07; Instr. High 
Sch., Danbury, Conn., 1907-10; Waterbury, Conn., 1910-11; Hd. Sci- 
ence Dept., Gilbert School, Winsted, Conn., 1911-18; Prin. Lawrence 
High Sch., Falmouth, Mass., 1918-. 

STEPHEN GRANT BEAN, B.S., A.M., Harvard, 1917. Born, Saco, 
Me., May 5, 1881. Instr. Salisbury Sch., Salisbury, Conn., 1905-06; 
Prin. High Sch., Norridgewock, Me, 1906-08; Prin. High Sch., Win- 
throp. Me., 1908-12; Wilson Gram. Sch., Natick, Mass., 1912-14; 
Locke Gram. Sch., Arlington, Mass., 1914-18; Supt. Sch., Hanover, 
Mass., 1918-. 

HANNIBAL HAMLIN BRYANT, Jr., A.B.; M.D., Bowdoin, 1910. 
Born, Old Town, Me., Oct. 7, 1883. Prin. High Sch., Islesboro, Me., 
1905-06; Interne, Me. Gen. Hosp., Portland, 1910-11; Physician, 
Greenville, Me., 1911-12; Gorham, N. H., 1912-. 

CECIL WHITEHOUSE_CLARK, A.B.; Ch.B., Boston Univ., 1914, and 
M.D., 1915. Born, Sidney, Me., Sept. 3, 1882. Physician, Newton- 
ville, Mass.; Ad., 306 Walnut St., Newtonville, Mass. 

EDWARD HOWE COTTON, A.B. Born, Boston, Mass., Nov. 21, 1881. 
Newton Theo. Inst., 1905-07; Union Theol. Seni., New York, 1907-08; 
ordained, 1909; Pastor of Ch. of Pilgrims, Provincetown, Mass., 
1909-12; Unitarian Ch., Danvers, Mass., 1912- ; Y. M. C. A. Over- 
seas Service, 1917-19. 

GUILFORD DUDLEY COY, A.B. Born, Upper Gagetown, N. B., Jan. 
15, 1878. Instr., Hebron Acad., Hebron, Me., 1905-06; Farming and 
Stock Raising, Presque Isle, Me., 1906-. 

ARTHUR LEE FIELD, A.B. Born, Bakersfield, Vt, Oct. 19, 1882. 
Teacher, Colby Acad., New London, N. H., 1905-08; Instr. Hebron 
Acad., Hebron, Me., 1908-. 

CLARENCE NATHANIEL FLOOD, A.B. Born, Oxford, Me., March 
3, 1880. Prin. High Sch., 1905-09; and Dist. Supt. 1909-13, Winslow, 
Me.; Supt. Sch., Bath, Me., 1913-17; Saugus, Mass., 1917-18; Brain- 
tree, Mass., 1918-. 

ALFRED MacFARLAND FRYE, A.B. Born, Vinalhaven, Me., March 
27, 1877. Asst. Leicester Acad., Mass., 1905-07; Red Heart Chemi- 
cal Co., Worcester, Mass., 1907-16; Economic Machinery Co., 1916-17; 
with Wire Goods Co., Worcester, 1917- ; Res., Leicester, Mass. 

'JOSEPH ALBERT OILMAN, A.B. Born, Fairfield, Me., Aug. 10, 
1883. City editor, Wuteiville Mail, 1905-06; Medical student; died, 
Kirksville, Mo., March 6, 1907, aged 24. 

ROSCOE LORIN HALL, A.B. Born, Livermore Falls, Me., Oct. 9, 
1883; Address unknown. 

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WALTER JEAN HAMMOND, A.B., M.D., Bowdoin, 1912. Born, Paris, 
Me., May 22, 1881. Clerk, International Paper Co., 1905-08; Physi- 
cian, Enfield, Me., 1912-18; Bangor, Me., 1918- ; Capt. M. C, A. E. 
F., 1918-19. 

WILLIAM HOYT, A.B. Born, Cornville, Me., April 2, 1880. Teacher, 
St. Johnsbury, Vt. 

HENRY NEELY JONES, A.B. Born, Ashland, Me., Oct. 25, 1881. 
High Sch. Teacher, 1905-08; Grad. Student, Harvard, 1908-09; 
Bacteriologist, Mass. State Bd. Health, 1909-14; Asst. Prof. Bacte- 
riology, Syracuse Univ., Syracuse, N. Y., 1914-. 

THOMAS TITCOMB KNOWLES, A.B. Born, North New Portland, 
Me., Dec. 1, 1881. Teaching, H. S., Denmark, Me., 1905-06; Ashland, 
Me., 1906-07; Forestry, West Point, N. Y., 1908-09; Lumber business, 
Texas, 1910-16; Med. Dept., 141 F. A., U. S. A., 1917-19, overseas, 
1918-19; Ad., No. New Portland, Me. 

ALTON IRVING LOCKHART, A.B., A.M., 1907. Born, Pembroke, Me., 
Aug. 25, 1881. Science Sub-Mr., Edward Little High Sch., Auburn, 
Me., 1907-08; Coburn Class. Inst., Waterville, Me., 1908-12; Horace 
Mann Sch., New York City, 1912- ; Res., 32 Beverly PL, Edgewater, 
N. J. 

EZRA KEMPTON MAXFIELD, A.B.; A.M., Harvard, 1911. Born, 
Winthrop, Me., April 23, 1881. Prin. High Sch., Waldoboro, Me., 
1905-06; Instr., Friends' Central Sch., Philadelphia, Pa., 1906-08; 
Grad. Student, Harvard, 1908-09; Instr., English, Delaware State 
Col., 1909-10; Acting Prof. English, Haverford Col., 1910-11; Inst. 
English, Simmons Col., 1911-12; Inst. English, Colby, 1912-14; Asst. 
Prof., 1914-16; Acting Asst. Prof. English, Rochester, 1916-17; Grad. 
Student, Harvard, 1917-18; Y. M. C. *A. service, 1918-19; Author, 
Suggestions for Note Taking, (1910). 

BIALCOLM BEMIS MOWER, A.B. Born, Sharon, Mass., May 28, 
1885. Teaching, Philippine Islands, 1906-11; U. S. Customs Ap- 
praiser, Manila, P. I., 1911-12; Planter, Dumaguete, P. I., 1912-. 

RALPH PERKINS NORTON, A.B. Born, Farming-ton, Me., Aug. 11, 
1881. Teacher, South Windsor, Conn., 1905-06; Farmer, Farming- 
ton, Me., 1906-. 

JOHN BUTLER PUGSLEY, A.B. Born, Somersworth, N. H., Nov. 
21, 1882. Prin. Nichols Acad., Dudley, Mass., 1905-07: Black River 
Acad., Ludlow, Vt, 1907-09; High Sch., Somersworth, N. H., 1909-16; 
East Hartford, Conn., 1916-18; Athletic Dir., 26th Div., U. S. A., 
1918-19; Registrar and Asst. Prof. Physics, Northeastern Col., 
Boston, Mass., 1919-. 

"HARRY SHERMAN RYDER, A.B. Born, Orrington, Me., Aug. 30, 
1871. Ordained, 1904; Pastor Methodist Ch., Rumford, Me., to 1910; 
Pastor M. E. Churches in southern California, 1910-19. Died, Long 
Beach, Calif., Jan 13, 1919, aged 47. 

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GLENN WENDELL STARKEY, A.B. Born, Mapleton, N. D., Nov. 21, 
1884. N. E. Tel. & Tel. Co., Boston, Mass., 1906-07; Supt. St-h., 
Vassalboro and China, 1908-11; State Dept. Educa., Maine, 1911-1.5; 
Deputy State Supt. Sch., 1915-16; State Supt., 1916-17; Deputy 
State Supt., 1917-. Ad., Augusta, Me. 

ANSON LAFOREST TILLSON, A.B. Born, Sidney, Me., Sept. 11, 
1878. Hotel Steward, 150 West 36th St., New York City. 

AXEL JOHAN UPPVALL, A.B., A.M., Harvard, 1907; Ph.D., Clark 
Univ., 1919. Born, Afvelsater, Varmland, Sweden, Jan. 2, 1872. 
Student, Univ. Gottingen, 1906-07; Instr. Hebron Acad., Hebron, 
Me., 1907-08; Phillips Brooks Sch., Philadelphia, Pa., 1908-09; Univ. 
New Brunswick, 1909-10; Inst. French, Univ. Pennsylvania, 1910-11; 
Prof. French and German, Univ. New Brunswick, 1911-16; Asst. 
Prof. German, Clark Col., 1916-18; Univ. Penn., 1919- ; Author arti- 
cles in various magazines. 

*CHARLES LESTER WHITTEMORE, A.B. Born, Livermore Falls, 
Me., March 31, 1881. Died, Livermore Falls, Me., July 20, 1908, 
aged 27. 

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CLASS OF 1906 

ISAIAH ADELBERT BOWDOIN, A.B. Born, Prospect, Me., April 18, 
1880. Teacher, Parsonsfield, Me., 1906-07; Prin. High Sch., Cornish, 
Me., 1907-09; Prin. Derby Acad., Derby, Vt., 1909-18; Prin. Black 
River Acad., Ludlow, Vt., 1918-. 

CHARLES PHILLIPS CHIPMAN, A.B. Born, No. Kingston, R. I., 
Jan. 10, 1878. With Allyn and Bacon, Publishers, New York, 1907- 
08; with Am. Bapt. Home Mission Soc, New Y'ork, 1909; office Mgr., 
Missions, New York City, 1909-1911; Librarian, Colby Col., 1911-17, 
and Asst. Prof. Bibliography, 1912-15; Assoc. Prof., 1915-17; Cheney 
Bros., South Manchester, Conn., 1917-18; Conn. War Savings Com., 
Hartford, Conn., 1918; Librarian and Assoc. Prof. Bibliography, 
Colby Col., 1919-; Author of An Aerial Rwuncay (1901); The Last 
Cruise of the Electra, (1902); Through an Unknown Isle, (1903); 
Two Boys and a Dog, (1903); The Page and the Prince, (1908); 
Heroes of Modern Missions, (1909) ; The Formative Period in Colby's 
History, (1912) ; Books and Libraries, (1914) ; also serials, short 
stories, and poems in various periodicals; Ed. The Colby Alumnus, 
1911-1917; Ed., General Catalogue of Colby College, (1920). 

JOHN WESLEY COOMBS. B.S. Born, Le Grande, Iowa, Nov. IS, 
1882. With Phila. Amer. Baseball League, Philadelphia, Pa., 1906- 
15; Brooklyn National League, 1915-18; Manager, Philadelphia 
Nationals, 1919. Ad., Palestine, Texas. 

EDWIN PARKER CRAIG, A.B. Born, Island Falls, Me., Sept. 13, 
1882. With Western Elec. Co., Chicago, 1906-08; Atkinson, Mentzer 
& Grover, 1908-13, (3 years in Texas, 2 in New England) ; Confec- 

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tioner, Wollaston, Mass., 1913-17; Air Service, U. S. A., 1917-19; 
With Joiin C. Winston Co., Publishers, Dallas, Texas, 1919-. 

WILLIAM LAMB DODGE, B.S. Born, Clinton, Me., April 21, 1885. 
With Western Elec Co., Chicago, 111., 1906-08; New York Telephone 
Co., 1908-09; N. E. Tel. & Tel. Co., Boston, 1909-17; Western Elec. 
Co., New York City, 1917- ; Res., Maplewood, N. J. 

REX WILDER DODGE, B.S. Born, Damariscotta, Me., Dec. 12, 1884. 
Prin. Wilton Acad., Wilton, Me., 1906-07; with N. E. Tel. & Tel. Co., 
1907-17; Vice-Pres. Rumford Metal Co., 1917-18; Asst. to Pres., 
Rumford Falls Power Co., Portland, Me., 1918- ; Exec. Com. on Public 
Safety, Portland, Me., 1917-18; Pres. Colby Alumni Assn., 1913-18; 
Trustee, Colby Col., 1915- ; Res., 342 Danforth St., Portland, Me. 

BENJAMIN AUSTIN GOOCH, A.B. Born, Yarmouthville, Me., May 8, 
1884. Export business. New York City, 1906- ; Ad., Room 1026, 17 
Battery Place., New York City. 

FENWICKE LINDSAY HOLMES, A.B. Born, Lincoln, Me., Feb. 6, 1883. 
Latin and English, High Sch., Attleboro, Mass., 1908-09; Student, 
Theol. Sem., Hartford, Conn., 1909-11; Pastor, Cong. Church, Rincon, 
Calif., and Venice, Calif., 1911-17; Author and lecturer; Res., Los 
Angeles, Calif. Author: Dynamic Power' of the Higher Conscious- 
ness, (1917); Hoiv to Realize the Presence, (1917); Unfailing 
Formula, (1917); Being and Becoming, (1918); Law of Mind in 
Action, (1919) ; New Consciousness, (1919) ; etc. 

VIRGIL MERLE JONES, A.B. Born, Monson, Me., Feb. 18, 1882. 
Prin. High Sch., Jay, Me., 1906-15; Oakland, Me., 1915-17; Mechanic 
Falls, Me., 1917- ; Ad., 99 Elm St., Mechanic Falls, Me. 

MERLIN COLBY JOY, A.B. Born, Fairfield, Me., July 1, 1880. Head 
Science Dept., Hebron Acad., Hebron, Me., 1906-15; Supt. Sch., So. 
Paris, Me., 1915-19; Fairfield, Me., 1919-. 

KARL RAYMOND KENNISON, B.S., and B.S. in M.E., Mass. Inst. 
Tech., 1908. Born, Marysville, N. B., May 6, 1886. Inspector, Assoc. 
Factory Mutual Fire Ins. Co., Boston, Mass., 1908-09; Inst., Mathe- 
matics and Drawing, Colby Col., 1909-10; Asst. to J. R. Freeman, 
Consulting Engineer, 1910-15; Asst. Engineer, Providence, R. I., 
Water Supply Bd., 1915-18; Supervising Engineer, U. S. N., 1918; 
Engineer with U. S. Shipping Bd. Emer. Fleet Corp., 1918- ; Author, 
Diagrams for the Solution of the Kutter and Bazin Formulae for the 
Flow of Water, (1913) ; The Hydraulic Jump in Open Channel Flow 
at High Velocity, (1915). Ad., 1016 Hibernia Bank Bid., New 
Orleans, La. 

ELLIOTT CURTIS LINCOLN, A.B.; A.M., Washington State Col., 
1916. Born, Hingham, Mass., May 24, 1884. Western Electric Co., 
New York City, 1906-07; Teacher, Concord, Mass., 1907-08; North 
Andover, Mass., 1909-10; Hingham, Mass., 1910-11; High Sch., Lew- 
istown, Mont., 1911-15; Washington State Col., Pullman, Wash., 

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1915-; 1st Lieut. U. S. A., 1917-18; Grad. stud., Harvard Univ., 1919-. 
Ad., Hingham, Mass.; Author, Rhymes of a Homesteader, (1920), 
and short stories and poems in various periodicals. 

JOHN CRANDALL LINDSAY, A.B., M.D., Harvard, 1910. Born, 
Portland, Me., Nov. 22, 1883. Physician. Ad., South Braintree, 
Mass. 

CHARLES NASH MEADER, A.B., M.D., Harvard, 1910. Born, Vas- 
salboro. Me., April 19, 1885. Physician, Boston, Mass., 1910-12; 
Denver, Colo., 1912-; Dean and Prof. Med. Univ. Colorado Sch. Med., 
1916-; Author articles in various medical journals. Ad., MePhee 
Bid., Denver, Colo. 

HAROLD LEON PEPPER, A.B. Born, Chelsea, Mass., Dec. 23, 1877. 
Adm. to bar, 1911; Lawyer, Waterville, Me., 1911- ; Capt. Co. H, 2d 
Inf. Me. Natl. Guard, 1904-11; Major, 3d Inf., Me. Natl. Guard, 
1918-. 

RALPH LEAVITTE REYNOLDS, A.B., M.D., Harvard, 1911. Born, 
China, Me., Jan. 7, 1883. Interne, Boston City Hosp., 1911-12; Bo.s- 
ton Lying-in-Hosp., 1912-13; Alumni Asst., Harvard Med. Sch., 1913- 
14; Physician, Waterville, Mo., 1914-. 

ARTHUR GREENWOOD ROBINSON, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me., 
Sept. 27, 1884. Teacher, Mercersburg Acad., Mercersburg, Pa., 1906- 
10; Y. M. C. A., Kansas City, Mo., 1910-13; Language Sch., Nanking, 
China, 1913-14; Y. M. C. A., Tokio, Japan, 1914-15; Y. M. C. A., 
Tientsin, China, 1915-. 

LINWOOD L. ROSS, A.B. Born, Littleton, Me., April 13, 1880. With 
Western Electric Co., Chicago, 111., 1906-08; Traffic Dept., N. E. Tel. 
& Tel. Co., Boston, Mass., 1908-. 

JOHN WINN SPENCER, A.B. 

WILLIAM HARRISON SPRING STEVENS, A.B.; A.M., George 
Washington Univ., 1909; Ph.D., Univ. Pennsylvania, 1912. Born, 
Eau Claire, Wis., April 15, 1885. Western Elec. Co., New York 
City, 1906-07; W. R. Grace & Co., 1907-08; Fellow, Economics and 
Politics, George Washington Univ., 1908-09; Teaching, 1909-10; Fel- 
low, Economics, Cornell, 1910-11; Asst. Inst., Economics, Univ. Penn- 
sylvania, 1911-12; Inst., Economics and Business, Columbia Univ., 
1912-15; Prof. Business Administration, Tulane Univ., 1915-16; Fed- 
eral Trade Com., Washington, D. C, 1916- ; Asst. Chief Economist, 
same, 1918- ; Lecturer, Baltimore, Y. M. C. A. Sch. of Commerce. 
Editor, Industrial Combinations and Trusts, (1913); Author, Unfair 
Competition, (1917) ; and numerous articles in magazines, pamphlets, 
etc. 

HAROLD EUGENE WILLEY, A.B. Born, Cherryfield, Me., Sept. 6, 
1884. Teacher, High Sch., Brownville, Me., 1906-07; Houlton, Me., 
1907-08; Mitchell's Military Boys' Sch., Billerica, Mass., 1908-10; 
Prin., High Sch., Sharon, Mass.; Sub-Master, High Sch., Attleboro, 
Ma.ss.; High Sch., New Bedford, Mass. 21 

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CLASS OF 1907 

MYRON EUGENE BERRY, A.B. Born, West Boylston, Mass., March 
5, 1886. With N. E. Tel. & Tel. Co., 1907-12; Teacher, 1912-. Ad- 
dress, Tilton, N. H. 

HERMAN BRUDENELL BETTS, A.B. Born, Blissfield, N. B., May 
21, 1875. Sub-Master, 1907-09, and Principal, 1909-11, Ricker Class. 
Inst., Houlton, Me.; Prin. High Sch., Adams, Mass., 1911-18; Natick, 
Mass., 1918-. 

HARRY CHARLES BONNEY, A.B. Born, Guilford, Me., July 24, 
1884. Master, Mitchell's Boys' School, Billerica, Mass., 1907-08; 
Prin High Sch., Barre, Mass., 1908-10; Greenfield, Mass., 1910-11; 
With the Barrett Co., 1912- ; Dist. Man. in charge Montreal & Toronto 
Plants, 1916-. Ad., 710 Cote St., Catherine Road, Ontremont, Mon- 
treal, Que. 

ROBERT ALDER COLPITTS, A.B., A.M., Boston Univ., 191-3. Born, 
Pleasant Vale, N. B., Jan. 13, 1873. Pastor, M. E. Church, Portland, 
Me., 1907-11; Springfield, Mass., 1911-16; Baltimore, Md., 1916-18; 
Somerville, Mass., 1918- ; contributor to religious periodicals. 

WALTER ELLIS CRAIG, A.B. Born, Augusta, Me., Oct. 11, 1883. 
Timberland Dept., Hollingsworth & Whitney Co., 1907-. Address, 
Greenville, Me. 

LEWIS WALKER DUNN, A.B. Born, Portland, Me., June 28, 1886. 
Asst. Boys' work Sec'y, 23rd St. Branch, Y. M. C. A. New York 
City, 1907-08; State Boys' and Student Sec'y, Y. M. C. A., Concord, 
N. H., 1908-12; Southeastern Field Sec'y, Boys' Div., International 
Com., Y. M. C. A., Charlotte, N. C, 1912-16; Recruiting and Edit. 
Sec'y, Boys' Div., New York CHy, 1916; Y. M. C. A. War Service, 
Germany and England, 1916-19; Sec'y for Boys' Work, County Work 
Dept., International Com., Y. M. C. A., New York City, 1919-. Res., 
Pleasantville, N. Y. 

ROSCOE CONKLING EMERY, A.B. Born, Eastport, Me., March 28, 
1886. Prin. High Sch., Lubec, Me., 1907-08; Asst. High Sch., 1908- 
09, and Principal, 1909-11, Waterville, Me.; Manufacturing, East- 
port, Me., 1911-14; Publisher, Eastport Sentinel, Eastport, Me., 1914-. 

BURR FRANK JONES, A.B., A.M., Harvard, 1912. Born, Alna, Me., 
July 2, 1885. Prin. High Sch., Waterville, Me., 1907-09; Supt. Sch., 
Paris, Me., 1912-15, Amesbury, Mass., 1915-17; Agent, Mass. Bd. 
Educa., Boston, Mass., 1917- ; Secy-Treas., Public Safety Com., 
Amesbury, 1917. Author: Consolidation of Schools in Massachusetts, 
(1919). 

MILLARD CLAUDE MOORE, A.B. Born, Ellenburg, N. Y., June 23, 
1882. Prin. High Sch., Mendon, Mass., 1912-14; North Woodstock, 
N. H., 1914-17; Essex, Mass., 1917-. 

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*OSCAR BENJAMIN PETERSON, A.B. Born, Jemtland, Me., May 6, 

1886. Drowned, Waterville, Me. June 21, 1907, aged 21. 
CHARLES RUSH, A.B. Born, Holland, Vt., July 30, 1880. Prin. 

Acad., Litchfield, Me., 1907-10; Prin. High Sch., Kennebunkport, 

1910-15; Supt. Sch., North Berwick, 1915-. 
THOMAS ALBION SMART, A.B. Born, Dexter, Me., June 27, 1883. 

In clothing bu.siness, Dexter, Me. 
ALBERT KINGSLEY STETSON, A.B. Born, Clyde, N. Y., Jan. 26, 

1884. Asso. Ed., Aroostook Pioneer, Houlton, Me., 1909-15; Treas- 
urer, Pioneer Pub. Co., 1915-, and Editor Aroostook Pioneer, 1918- ; 
Recorder, Houlton Munic. Court, 1912- ; Memb. Bd. Educa., 1916- ; 
Trustee Cary Library, 1919-. 

ARTHUR WILLIAM STETSON, A.B. Born, Eden, Me., July 18, 
1888. Teacher, So. China, Me., 1907-08; Ellsworth, 1908-09; Scar- 
boro, 1909-10; Unity, 1910-12; Farmer, Waterville, 1912-15; Pre.s. 
and Sales-Mgr., Farmers' Union Grain & Supply Co., Waterville, 
Me. 

OTIS ALPHEUS THOMPSON, A.B. Born, Presque Isle, Me., Aug. 
10, 1884. Instr. in Chem. and Physical Director, Wyoming Sem., 
Kingston, Pa.; Presque Isle, Me. 

PERLEY LENWOOD THORNE, A.B., M.S., N. Y. Univ., 1909. Born, 
Auburn, Me., Jan. 28, 1884. Asst. Prof. Math., N. Y. Univ., New 
York City. 

ELIHU BLAINE TILTON, A.B. Born, Knox, Me., July 18, 1884. 
With E. L. Cleveland Co., Houlton, Me., 1907-10; Farming and ship- 
ping potatoes, Albion, Me., 1910-14; Prin. High Sch., Winslow, Me., 
1914-18; Limestone, Me., 1918- ; Memb. Bd. Selectmen, Albion, Me., 
1914. 

*CLAYTON MELCHER WARD, A.B. Born, Cherryfield, Me., June 2, 

1885. Prin. High Sch., Brownville, Me., 1907-09; Ellsworth, Me., 
1909-11; Sub-Master, High Sch., So. Portland, 1912; died, Portland, 
Me., Nov. 15, 1912, aged 27. 

*ARTHUR KENELM WINSLOW, A.B. Born Saco, Me. With Charles 
Scribner's Sons, N. Y.; Teacher, Higgins Classical Inst.; With Great 
Northern Paper Co., then with Du Pont Powder Co., Kenvil, N. J. 
Died, June 5, 1913, aged 27. 

DAVID MONAGHAN YOUNG, A.B., A.M., 1909. Born, Alva, Scot- 
land, Sept. 29, 1885. Asst. in Chemistry, Colby College, Waterville, 
Me., 1907-11. Ad., R. F. D., Dover, Me. 

RALPH BENJAMIN YOUNG, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me., Oct. 9, 
1885. Student, Eastman Business Col., 1907-08; Central Me. Power 
Co., 1910-14; Student Albany Business Col., 1914; Teaching, High 
Sch., Malone, N. Y., 1914-15; High Sch., Concord, N. H., 1915-. 

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CLASS OF 1908 

JOHN ARTHUR BURTON, A.B., A.M., Middlebuiy, 1915. Born, Cam- 
den, Me., Jan. 20, 1880. Principal High Sch., Nantucket, Mass., 
1909-13; Chester, Mass., 1913-14; Groton, Mass., 1914-18; South 
Hadley, Mass., 1918-19; Sharon, Mass., 1919- ; Supt. Sch., Nantucket, 
Mass., 1912-13. 

FRANK BRAMHALL CONDON, A.B. Born, Belfast, Me., July 31, 

1882. Address, Augusta, Me. 

ALVIN LESLIE COTTON, B.S. Born, Fayville, Mass., Oct. 3, 1886. 
Address, Edgewood, R. L 

CHARLES CLARK DWYER, A.B. Born, Gushing, Me., Oct. 2, 1879. 
Inst. Science, Hebron Acad., Me., 1908-11; Y. M. G. A. Sec'y, Con- 
way, N. H., 1911-12; Inst. Science, Hebron Acad., Me., 1912-. 

PERCY SILAS FARRAR, A.B. With Amer. Tel. & Tel. Co., New York 
City. 

CHARLES RUSSELL FLOOD, A.B. Born Oxford, Me., July 9, 1883. 
Inst. Science, Nichols Acad., Dudley, Mass., 1908-09. Hardware 
business, Waterville, Me. 

GEORGE ABNER GOULD, A.B. Born, Woodfords, Me., July 14, 1884. 
Sub-Master, High School, Waterville, Me., 1908-1910. With Allyn & 
Bacon, Publishers, Boston, Mass., 1910-. Res., Portland, Me. 

JOHN EVERARD HATCH A.B., 1912. Born, Palermo, Me., March 16, 
1887. U. S. Mil. Acad., West Point, 1911; 2d Lieut, U. S. A., 1911; 
Ist Lieut., 1916; Captain, 1917; Major (temporary), 1918; Lieut. 
Col. (emergency), 1918; Grad. Sch. of Fire for Field Art., 1915. 
Ad., West Point, N. Y. 

VICTOR RAY JONES, A.B., A.M., Penn State Col., 1912. Born, Green- 
ville, Me., May 1, 1883. Teacher, Ithaca, N. Y., 1908-10; Pennsyl- 
vania State Col., 1910-15; Lafayette Col., Easton, Pa., 1915- ; Y. M. 
C. A. overseas service, 1918; assigned with French army in Foyer du 
Soldat; wounded May 29, 1918, in retreat from Cheniin des Dames; 
in Foyer du Soldat, 1919-. 

MERLE ROLLISTON KEYES, B.S. Born, Chesterville, Me., June 12, 

1883. Teacher, Parsonsfield Sem., 1908-10; Prin. High Sch., Mars 
Hill, Me., 1910-11; Machias, Me., 1911; Phillips, Me., 1911-15; Farm- 
ing, Chesterville, Me., 1915-18; Ship fitter, Bath, Me., 1918-. Ad., 
38 Bedford St., Bath, Me. 

*CLIFFORD HENRY LIBBY, B. S. Born, Scarborough, Me., August 
23, 1884. Teacher, Lawrence Acad., Groton, Mass., 1908-12; Head 
Science Dept, High Sch., Portland, Me., 1912-18; died, Portland, Me., 
Dec. 28, 1918, aged 34. 

FRANK WILDER LOVETT, A.B. Born, Wilmington, Vt., July 31, 
1880. Clerk, Boston, Mass., 1909-12; E. JafFrey, N. H., 1912-13; 

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Brandon,. Vt., 1914-18; Pawtucket, R. I., 1918-. Ad., 160 East St., 

Pawtucket, R. I. 
ISAAC ROSS McCOMBE, A.B. Born, Glasgow, Scotland, May 29, 

1879. Law Sch., N. Y. Univ., 1908-11. Lawyer, New York City,_ 

1911-. Res., 543 Hancock St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
JOHN TRACY MATHEWS, A.B. Born, Tenant's Harbor, Me., Oct. 9, 

1884. With Staples Coal Co., Boston, Mass., 1909-12; with Geo. A. 
Giles, Real estate and insurance, Cambridge, Mass., 1912-. Res., 60 
Wendell St., Cambridge, Mass. 

HAROLD NASH MITCHELL, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me., Aug. 29, 
1887. Teacher, 1908-11; Public accountant, 1911-18; Asst. Secy.- 
Tre'as., The Murray Co., Dallas, Texas, 1919-. 

WILLIAM FRED SHERBURNE, B.S. Born, Monson, Me., July 6, 

1885. Inst. Latin, Monson Acad., Monson, Mass., 1908-09; French 
and German, Lawrence Acad., Groton, Mass., 1910-11; History and 
English, Gilman Country Sch., Baltimore, Md., 1911-14; Parker 
House, Boston, Mass., 1915-18; With A. C. Lawrence Leather Co., 
Boston, Mass., 1919-. Res., 26 Brook St., Brookline, Mass. 

MALCOLM DANA SMITH, A.B. Born, Bridgewater, Me., July 31, 
1884. Ad., Westfield, Me. 

AUGUSTUS COOLIDGE THOMPSON, A.B. Born, North Livermore, 
Me., June 10, 1886. Rubber business, 1908-16; Wire business, 1916-. 
Res., 60 Wendell St., Cambridge, Mass. 

RAY FOSTER THOMPSON, A.B. With F. W. Woolworth Co., Jack- 
sonville, 111. 

HOWARD ARTHUR TRIBOU, B.S., M.D., Harvard, 1912. Born, 
Washington, Me., Oct. 10, 1884. Hospital interne, 1912-13; Navy 
Medical School, 1913-14; U. S. Navy, 1914- ; Lieut. Comdr., M.C., 
U. S. N. 

20— *1 

CLASS OF 1909 

EUGENE FRANK ALLEN, A.B. Born, Bath, Me., March 1, 1886. 
Teacher, Colby Acad., New London, N. H., 1910; Prin. High Sch., 
Whitefield, N. H., 1910-12; Inst. Science, High Sch., New Haven, 
Conn., 1913-. 

GEORGE CARL ANDERSON, A.B. Born, Motala, Sweden, June 18, 
1887. Ad., North Stoughton, Mass. 

MILFRED ISAAC BUKER, B.S. Born, Weld, Me., Jan. 12, 1883. 
Teacher, Wilton Acad., Wilton, Me., 1909-10; High Sch., New Bed- 
ford, Mass., 1910-. 

JOSEPH CHANDLER, A.B., Ph.D., Johns Hopkins, 1912. Born, Liv- 
ermore Falls, Me., Jan. 16, 1889. Asst. Prof. Chemistry, Univ. of 
Ijouisville, Louisville, Ky., 1912-14; Inst, Organic Chemistry, 1914- 

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17, and Asst. Prof., 1917-19, Tufts College; Research Chemist, U. S. 
Color & Chemical Co., Boston, Mass., 1919-. Author: On the Reac- 
tions of Thiourazoles and Thiourazaie Salts, (1915). Res., Framing- 
ham, Mass. 

CLARK DRUMMOND CHAPMAN, A.B. Born, Portland, Me., Sept. 5, 
1888. Lawyer, Portland, Me. 

RALPH BERTRAM DAVIS, A.B., B.D., Newton T. I., 1912. Born, 
Lawrence, Mass., Oct. 11, 1886. Pastor, Free Baptist Ch., London, 
N. H., 1912-14; Pastor, Baptist Ch., Putney, Vt., 1915-17; Colerain, 
Mass., 1918-. 

FRANK OSBORN DEAN, A.B. Born, Farmingdale, Me., Feb. 3, 1888. 
Inst. Rhetoric, Colby Col., 1909-10; and Mathematics, 1910-11; Law 
and insurance, Waterville, Me., 1911-. 

WILBUR GARLAND FOYE, A.B., A.M., Harvard, 1912, and Ph.D., 
1915. Born, Brockton, Mass., Feb. 8, 1886. Inst. Mathematics, Mt. 
Hermon Sch., Northfield, Mass., 1909-11; Austin teaching fellow in 
mineralogy. Harvard Univ., 1912-15; Sheldon travelling fellow. Har- 
vard Univ., 1915-16; Asst. Prof. Geology, Middlebury Col., 1916-18; 
Assoc. Prof. Geology, Wesleyan Univ., 1918-. Author of numerous 
contributions to scientific periodicals. Ad., Middletown, Conn. 

LEON SOUTHARD GILPATRICK, A.B., M.D., Harvard, 1915. Born, 
Weston, Me., June 11, 1886. Interne, Providence City Hosp., 1915- 
16; Rhode Island Hosp., 1916-18; Providence Lying-in Hosp., 1918; 
U. S. Navy, 1918-19. Ad., Providence, R. I. 

LEON CLIFTON GUPTILL, B.S., L.B., George Washington Univ., 
1912, and LL.B., 1912. Born, Cherryfield, Me., Sept. 24, 1887. Law 
Librarian, U. S. Supreme Court Law Lib., Washington, D. C, 1912- 
13; Lawyer, Boston, Mass., 1913-. Res., Winthrop, Mass. 

JOSEPH WILLIAM HAMMOND, B.S. Born, Van Buren, Me., Sept. 
17, 1883. Ad., Van Buren, Me. 

HAROLD WILLIS KIMBALL, B.S. Born, Hampden, Me., April 12, 
1887. Salesman, Boston, Mass., 1909-11; Waterville, Me., 1911-. 

HOWARD AUSTIN McLELLAN, A.B. Born, Cooper, Me., April 24, 
1877. Prin. High Sch., Brownville, Me., 1909-11; Ellsworth, Me., 
1911-14; Higgins Clas. Inst, Charleston, Me., 1914-17; High Sch., 
Oakland, Me., 1917-18; Island Falls, Me., 1918-. 

EDWIN WALTER MERRILL, A.B. Born, South Acworth, N. H., Feb. 
19, 1885. Teacher, University Prep. Sch., Ithaca, N. Y., 1909-10; 
Student, Western Theo. Sem., Chicago, 111., 1910-13; Teacher, St. 
John's School, Salina, Kans., 1913-14; Curate, St. Marks Pro-Cathe- 
dral, Grand Rapids, Mich., 1914-15; Priest-in-charge, Grace Ch., 
Ludington, Mich., 1915-18; Rector, St. Mary's Ch., Kansas City, Mo., 
1918-. Author: A Shorter Form for the Blessing of Palms, (1919) ; 
The Children's Mass, (1919). 

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LEONARD OAKMAN MERRILL, B.S. Born, Litchfield, Me., Nov. 9. 
1886. Ad., Dover, N. H. 

NELSON IRVING MIXER, A.B. Born, South Paris, Me., July 3, 1886. 
Prin. High Sch., South Paris, Me., 1910-12; Lisbon Falls, Me., 1912- 
15; Waterville, Me., 1915-18; Y. M. C. A. Secy., Lynn, Mass., 1918- 
19; Prin. High Sch., Wilmington, Mass., 1919-. 

FREDERIC HOWARD PAINE, A.B. Bom, Elmwood, Mass., Jan. 21, 
1885. Burdett Bus. CoL, 1909-10, 1911-12; Univ. of Va., 1915; Teach- 
er, Urbana Univ., Ohio, 1910-11; With Boston Auto Gage Co., 1912- 
14; With Keith Car & Mfg. Co., Sagamore, Mass., 1914-. 

OTIS BULLARD READ, A.B. Born, Plainfield, N. H., June 7, 1884. 
County Secy, Y. M. C. A., Burlington Co., N. J., 1909-15; Ventura Co., 
Calif., 1915-17; State Secy. County Work, Y. M. C. A., Chicago, 111., 
1917-. 

FRANCIS HOWARD ROSE, A.B., B.D., Newton Theo. Inst., 1912, A.M., 
Columbia, 1918. Teacher, Amer. Bapt. For. Mis. Soc, Iloilo, P. I., 
1912-17; Va. Union Univ., Richmond, Va., 1919-. 

AUSTIN SHAW, B.S., M.D., Johns Hopkins, 1913. Born, Milbridge, 
Me., Dec. 5, 1885. House officer, Seattle, Wash., City Hosp., 1913-15. 
Physician, Anacortes, Wash., 1915-17; Capt., M.C., U. S. A., 1918-19; 
Physician, Anacortes, Wash., 1919-. 

LEO STEWART TRASK, B.S., M.D., John Hopkins, 1913. Born, 
Springfield, Me., June 13, 1885. Physician, Seattle, Wash., 1913-14; 
Burlington, Wash., 1914-17; M. C, U. S. A., 1917-, and A. E. F., 
1918-. 

OSCAR JOHN TUBBS, A.B. Born, Norway, Me., March 8, 1886. Ad , 
Waterville, Me. 

NATHANIEL ERNEST WHEELER, B.S., Sc.M., McGill, 1911. Born, 
Dunbarton, N. H., June 29, 1881. Demonstrator, Physics, McGill 
Univ., 1909-11; Senior Demonstrator, 1911-14; Lecturer, 1914-18; 
Asst. Prof., 1918-. Author with H. T. Barnes of Laboratory Manu- 
scripts on Heat, Light, and Sound. (1914); also contributions to sci- 
entific journals. Ad., Macdonald Physics Bldg., Montreal, Que. 

MUNRO ELIAS YOUNG, A.B. Born, Calais, Me., April 30, 1883. 
Ad., Lawrence, Mass. 

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CLASS OF 1910 

ALTON DAVID BLAKE, B.S. Ad., Waterville, Me. 

STANLEY FRED BROWN, A.B., A.M., 1914. Born, East Dover, Me., 

Oct. 25, 1887. Teacher, Penn. Mil. Col., Chester, Penn., 1912-14; 

College of the City of New York, 1914- ; also at New York Univ., 

1917-18. 
FRANK WOODBRIDGE GARY, B.S. With N. E. Tel & Tel. Co., 1910- 

14; With William Filene's Sons Co., Boston, Mass., 1914-. 

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HAROLD FRANCIS DOW, B.S. Ad., New Haven, Conn. 

REGINALD HOUSTON FARRAR, A.B. Born, West Ripley, Me., Dec. 
24, 1889. Railway mail clerk. Ad., West Ripley, Me. 

JEROME PHILIP FOGWELL, B.S. Born, Fall River, Mass. Master, 
High Sell., Brewster, Mass., 1910-11; Grammar Sch., Framingham, 
Mass., 1911-12; Fall River, Mass., 1912-16; Supt. Sch., Lee, Mass., 
1916-17; North Kingston, R. I., 1917-19; Mgr., Capital Service Co., 
New Bedford, Mass., 1919-. 

NATHAN HENRY GARRICK, B.S., M.D., Boston Univ., 1915. Physi- 
cian, Cambridge, Mass., 1916-18; Boston, Mass., 1918-. Res., 295 
Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. 

RALPH NELSON GOOD, B.S. Born, Monticello, Me., April 25, 1886. 
Sub-Mast., High Sch., Maiden, Mass., 1912-15; Amesbury, Mass., 
1915-16; Asst. Mgr., Grant & Davis Inc., 1916-19; Mgr., Walker- 
Wells Co., 1919- ; Chairman Sch. Bd., Amesbury, Mass., 1917-20. 
Ad., Amesbury, Mass. 

CHESTER ALDEN GRANT, A.B. Born, Unity, Me., Nov. 1, 1882. 
Prin. High Sch., Washburn, Me., 1910-12; Prin. High Sch. and Supt. 
Sch., Winslow, Me., 1912-18; Supt. Sch., Caribou, Me., 1918-. 

CHARLES LEE HASKELL, B.S. Born, Bethlehem, N. H., March 5, 
1886. Sub-Mast., High Sch., Waterville, Me., 1910-11; and Prin., 
1912-13; Prin. High Sch., Ashland, Mass., 1913-17; Chemist, Pica- 
tinny Arsenal, 1918-19; ad., Rockport, Mass. 

FREDERICK THAYER HILL, B.S., M.D., Harvard, 1914. Born, 
Waterville, Me., June 14, 1889. Interne, Mass. Charitable Eye & 
Ear Infirmary, 1914-16; Physician, 1914- ; 1st Lieut., M.C., U.S.A., 
1918-19. Ad., Ill Main St., Waterville, Me. Author of contribu- 
tions to various medical journals. 

THOMAS LEE MAHANY, B.S. Ad., Brockton, Mass. 

JOHN MOORE MAXWELL, A.B., B.D., Newton Theo. Inst., 1913. Born, 
Ballynacally, County Derry, Ireland, Nov. 25, 1877. Pastor, Fair- 
fax, Vt, 1913-16; British Y. ' M. C. A., Ireland, 1916-19; Pastor, 
Tobermore, County Derry, Ireland, 1919-. 

HENRY BRITT MOOR, B.S., M.D., Harvard, 1914. Born, Waterville, 
Me., Jan. 7, 1888. Rhode Island Hosp., 1915-17; Physician, Provi- 
dence, R.I., 1917-. Ad., 147 Angell St., Providence, R. 1. 

CROWELL EDWARD PEASE, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me., Oct. 11, 
1889. Teacher, 1910-11; Salesman, 1911-17; Inspectoi', Dock build- 
ings, 1917-18; 2d Lieut., F. A., U. S. A., 1918-. / 

WILLIAM GLADSTONE RAMSDEN, B.S. Born, DerrV Depot, N. H., 
Oct. 13, 1885. Inst., Science, History and Athletics; Purchasing 
agent, York Safe & Lock Co. Ad., St. Paul, Minn. / 

IRA WALTER RICHARDSON, A.B., M.D., Harva/d, 1915. Born, 
Kennebunk, Me., Jan. 28, 1888. House surgeon,/ Maiden, Mass., 

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Hosp., 1915-16; Physician, Wakefield, Mass., 1916-. Ad., 21 Yale 

Ave., Wakefield, Mass. 1st Lieut., M. C, U. S. A., A. E. F., 1918-19. 
CHARLES HENRY SWAN, A.B. Born, Harvey Station, N. B., April 

23, 1883. Teacher, Portland, Me., 1910-11; Billerica, Mass., 1911- 

16; Supt. Sch., Princeton, Me., 1916-. 
JOHN ALDOROUS TIDD, A.B. Born, Hodgdon, Me., July 13, 1879. 

Newton Theo. Inst., 1913. Pa.^tor, Merrimac, Mass., 1913-18; North 

Uxbridge, Mass., 1918-. 

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CLASS OF 1911 

ALBION WILLIAM BLAKE, B.S. Born, Oakland, Me., June 12, 1888. 
Sub-Mast, High Sch., Waterville, Me., 1911-13; With H. R. Dunham 
Co., 1913-14; With Boothby & Bartlett, Ins., 1915-17; U. S. A., 1918; 
Special agent, Employers' Liability Assurance Co., Detroit, Mich., 
1919-.; Rep., Me. Legis., 1915. 

RAYMOND CLIFFORD BRIDGES, A.B. Born, Brooklin, Me., Aug. 2, 
1887. Teacher, Houlton, Me., 1911-12; Cherryfield, Me., 1912-14; 
Rutland, Vt., 1914-17; 2d Lieut, Art, A. E. F., 1917-19; Insurance, 
Rutland, Vt., 1919-. 

RAY CECIL CARTER, A.B. Born, Brooklin, Me., June 27, 1887. Head 
Dept English, High Sch., Morristown, N. J., 1911-. 

DELBER WALLACE CLARK, A.B., S.T.B., Union Theo. Sem., 1918. 
Born, Washburn, Me., May 15, 1889. Pastor Free Bapt. Ch., West- 
field, Me., 1911-12; Missionary, P. E. Ch., Sullivan County, N. Y., 
1913-15; Deacon, Holy Trinity Ch., N. Y. C, 1915; Missionary, 
Arizona, 1915-16; Rector, Mariner's Harbor, N. Y., 1916-19; Mis- 
sionary, Winner, S. D., 1919-. 

*WILBUR VOSE COLE, B.S. Born, Prospect Harbor, Me., Dec. 8. 
1885. With Boothby & Bartlett, insurance, Waterville, Me. Died, 
Waterville, Me., June 2, 1913, aged 27. 

ROBERT LYNWOOD ERVIN, B.S. Born, Andover, N. B., Jan. 2, 
1889. Clothing merchant, Waterville, Me. 

ISAAC HIGGINBOTHAM, A.B., B.D., Newton Theo. Inst, 1914. Born, 
Stockport, England, July 13, 1885. Pastor, Roxbury, Mass., 1914-. 
Ad., 8 Gayland St., Uphams Corner, Boston, Mass. 

HARRY WALDO KIDDER, A.B., LL.B., George Washington, 1918. 
Prin. H'g-h Sch., Hallowell, Me., 1911-13; Bar Harbor, Me., 1913-15; 
Asst Librarian, U. S. Senate Lib., Washington, D. C, 1915-17; U. S. 
"Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corp., 1917- ; Philadelphia, Pa. 

RALPH EA5TMAN NASH, A.B. Y. M. C. A. Secy., Waterville, Me., 
1911-12; New York City, 1912-14; Boys' Club Director, Saranac 
Lake, N. Y., 1914-16; Supt Sch., Harrington, Me., 1916-17; Sgt., C. 
A., U. S. \., 1917-19; Employment Service Mgr., Tyer Rubber Co., 
Andover, Mass., 1919-. 

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THOMAS PUTNAM PACKARD, A.B. Born, Orient, Me., Feb. 13, 
1888. Teacher, 1911-17; Supt. Sch., 1917-. Ad., Houlton, Me. 

NATHAN RUSSELL PATTERSON, B.S. Born, Winslow, Me., Nov. 
15, 1889. With Electro-Chemical Fibre Co., Holliston, Mass., 1911- 
13; Oklahoma Iron Works, Tulsa, Okla., 1913-15; A. B. Patterson, 
Drumright, Okla., 1916-18; Oklahoma Natural Gas Co., Tulsa, Okla., 
1918-. . 

*JAMES PERRY, A.B., B.D., Hartford Theo. Sem., 1915. Born, Cam- 
den, Me., May 17, 1888. Student, Geneva, Switzerland, 1915; Foyer 
du Soldat, Bordeaux, France, 1916-17; Y. M. C. A., A. E. F., Bor- 
deaux, 1917-18; Foyer du Soldat, Lorraine and Germany, 1918-19; 
Acting Chief Secy., Y. M. C. A., Constantinople, 1919-20; killed by 
Turkish brigands, near Aintab, Syria, Feb. 2, 1920, aged 31. 

HORACE MANN PULLEN, A.B. Born, Monson, Me., Jan. 20, 1888. 
Prin. High Sch., 1911-14; Supt. Sch., Monson, Me., 1914-17; Dan- 
forth, Me., 1917-. 

JAMES COREY RICHARDSON, B.S. Born, Vassalboro, Me., March 
31, 1887. U. S. A., Base Hosp. No. 7, France, 1918-19; Salesman, 
Northway Motor Sales Co., Boston, Mass. 

RENWORTH ROBINSON ROGERS, B.S. Born, Belfast, Me., March 
6, 1882. With Eastern Steamship Corp., 1912-16; Deputy Collector 
of Customs, Belfast, Me., 1916-. 

FREDERICK ALLEN SHEPHERD, A.B. Born, Camden, now Rock- 
port, Me., May 3, 1881. Newspaper reporter and Associated Press 
Correspondent, Waterville, Me.; Y. M. C. A. Overseas Sec'y, 1918-19. 

EDWARD GOODELL STACY, B.S., M.B.A., Harvard, 1918. Born, 
Oakland, Me., August 8, 1887. Exec. Secy.-Treas., Mass. Chamber 
Commerce. Ad., 19 Huron Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 

GUY WINFRED VAIL, A.B. Born, Hodgdon, Me., Nov. 18, 1883. Sub- 
Mast., High Sch., Attleboro, Mass., 1911-13; Prin. High Sch., Scitu- 
ate, Mass., 1913-18; Hardwick High School, Mass., 1918-. 

18— *2 

CLASS OF 1912 

HERVEY CLIFFORD ALLEN, B.S. Born, Tenant's Harbor, Me., 
Aug. 27, 1889. Special Agent, Home Life Ins. Co., New York. Ad., 
Rockland, Me. 

LESLIE BRAINERD AREY, A.B., Ph.D., Harvard, 1915. Born, Cam- 
den, Me., Feb. 15, 1891. Inst. Anatomy, Northwestern I/'niv. Medical 
Sch., Chicago, 111., 1915-17; Assoc. Prof., Anat, 1^17-19; Prof., 
Microscopic Anat., 1919-. Author: A Laboratory Guid) in Histology, 
(1917) ; Revised Prentiss's A Laboratory Manual arfi. Textbook of 
Embryology, (1917) ; Contributor to numerous scientific publications. 

JOHN ARTHUR KENDALL BAGNELL, B.S. Born, flaharouse. Cape 
Breton, Nov. 30, 1888. Inst., Coburn Clas. Inst.) Watei-ville, Me., 

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1912-18; Ck)unti-y Day School, Newton, Mass., 1918-19; Farmer, 
Gaharouse, Cape Breton, 1919-. 

ROBERT EDWIN BAKER, A.B. Born, Boston, Mass., Jan. 26, 1883. 
Inst, High Sch., Southbridge, Mass., 1912-14; Shop. Inst., Prevoca- 
tional Sch., Boston, Mas.s., 1914-15; Head Machine Dept., Boston, 
Mass., Trade Sch., 1915-. Res., 64 Hewlett St., Roslindale, Mass. 

SAMUEL CLARK GATES, B.S., M.S., Penn. State Col., 1915. Born, 
South China, Me., Aug. 26, 1890. Asst. Prof. Physics, Penn. State 
Col., 1913-18; U. S. Naval Aviation, 1918-19; Student, Harvard 
Univ., 1919-. Anthor: Aerial Navigation, (1918). 

WILFORD GORE CHAPMAN, A.B. Born, Portland, Me., July 24, 
1890. Lawyer, Portland, Me., 1916-17; U. S. A., 1917-. 

ERNEST HAMILTON COLE, B.S. Born, Prospect Harbor, Me. April 

30, 1885. N. Y. School of Philanthropy, 1912-13; Vocational Coun- 
sellor, 1913; Extension Secy., 1913-17; General Secy., 1918-. Ad., 76 
Chestnut St., Boston, Mass. 

JOHN BAILEY DEWITT, A.B. Ad., Bradford, Me. 

JOHN PATRICK DOLAN, B.S. Born, Nashua, N. H., July 17, 1889. 

Asst. Sales Mgr., Bird & Son, Inc., East Walpole, Mass. 
ALBAN FOWLER, A.B. Born, St. John, N. B., Oct. 7, 1885. Prin. 

High Sch., Standish, Me., 1912-13; Limestone, Me., 1913-14; Asst. 

Chemist, U. S. Rubber Co., Maiden, Mass., 1914-16; Teacher, High 

Sch., Newburyport, Mass., 1916-17; Prin. Stow, Mass., 1917-19; 

Teacher, Fitchburg, Mass., 1919-. Ad., 163 Prichard St., Fitchburg, 

Mass. 
ELMER DOW GIBBS, B.S. Born, Boston, Mass., June 17, 1889. Clerk, 

1912-15; Manufacturing, 1915-16; Insurance and real estate, 1917-18; 

Manufacturing, 1918-. Ad., 278 Ash St., Manchester, N. H. 
THOMAS SCOTT GRINDLE, B.S. Born, South Penobscot, Me., Aug. 

31, 1885. Supt. Sch., Bluehill, Me., 1912-16; Westboro, Mass., 1916-. 
RICHARD AUSTIN HARLOW, B.S. Born, Auburn, Me., Sept. 27, 

1888. Bond Salesman, Boston, Mass., 1912-18; Treas. and Director, 
Security Investment Co., Portland, Me. 
SAMUEL ALTON HERRICK, A.B. Born, Oct. 19, 1891. Ad., Brook- 
lin, Me. 

MAHLON TURNER HILL, B.S. Born, Brooklin, Me., May 13, 1888. 
With Holyoke Water Power Co., Holyoke, Mass., 1912-17; Co. D, 2d 
Mass. Inf., Mexican Border, 1916; 2d Lieut., U. S. A., 1917-18; over- 
seas sevice, Sept., 1917-May, 1918; With Chemical Paper Co., Holy- 
oke, Ma;s., 1919-. 

HERBERT CHARLES HODGKINS, B.S., and Univ. of Maine, 1915. 
Bom, Eistport, Me., Aug. 2, 1889. With Adirondack Electric 
Power Coip., Glens Falls, N. Y. 

ROGER KING HODSDON, B.S. Born, Yarmouthville, Me., May 27, 



Graduates — Men 1912 

1889. With General Electric Co., Lynn, Mass., 1912-15; Dominion 
Bridge Co., Canada, 1916-17; Bureau Steam Engineering, U. S. N., 
Brooklyn, N. Y., 1917-18; Ensign, U. S. N., 191 8-; Inst., Submarine 
School, U. S. N., New London, Conn. 

RAY WOOD HOGAN, B.S. Born, Monticello, Me., Dec. 2, 1888. With 
Swift & Co., Chicago, 111., 1912- ; Lieut. 127th F. A., A. E. F., 1917- 
19; Ad., Cleveland, 0. 

ERNEST DELMORE JACKMAN, A.B. Born, Fayette, Me., Nov. 4, 

1883. Teacher, Stonington, Me., 1912-13; Calais, Me., 1913-14; Prin. 
High Sch., Dalton, Mass., 1914-. 

WILLIS ELWOOD JONES, B.S. Born, South China, Me., June 24, 

1885. . Teacher and munitions inspector; Ord. Sgt., A. E. F., 1918-19; 

Res., South China, Me. 
JOHN WILLARD KIMBALL, B.S., Ph.D., John Hopkins, 1916. Born, 

Manhattan, Kans., July 30, 1889. Inst. Chemistry, Colby Col., 1912- 

13; Student Johns Hopkins Univ., 1913-16; Asst. Prof. Chemistry, 

Univ. Maine, 1916-17; Inst. Chem., Western Reserve Univ., 1917-18; 

1st. Lieut. Chemical Welfare Service, U. S. A., 1918-19; Chemist, E. 

I. DuPont de Nemours Co., Arlington, N. J. 
ARTHUR AMBROSE KNIGHT, B. S. Born, Garland, Me., April 11, 

1889. Clerk, Garland, Me.; Postmaster, Maine Senate, 1913, 1915, 

1917. Register of Probate, Penobscot Co., 1919-. 
MAURICE EDWIN LORD, A.B., M.D., Univ. Vermont, 1916. Born, 

West Brooksville, Me., Oct. 25, 1882. Interne, Mary Fletcher Hosp., 

Burlinp:ton, Vt., 1916-17; Contract Physician, Skinner Lumber Co., 

Skinner, Me., 1917-19; Physician, Skowhegan, Me. 
RUSSELL HINCKLEY LORD, A.B. Born, West Brooksville, Me., 

Jan. 19, 1886. Ticonic Natl. Bank, Waterville, Me., 1912-16; Y. M. 

C. A., Lynn, Mass., 1916-17; Y. M. C. A. Overseas service, 1917-19; 

Secy., Y. M. C. A., Lynn, Mass., 1919-. 
OTIS EARLE LOWELL, B.S. Born, Cambridge, Me., July 10, 1884. 

Supervising Prin., Chester, Conn., 1912-14; Agent Conn. State Bd. 

Educa., Danbury, Conn., 1915-16; Norwich, Conn., 1916-20; R. F. D. 

No. 2, Danbury, Conn., 1920-. 
JOHN ELLIOTT MAY, B.S., and Mass. Inst. Tech., 1914. Born, Yales- 

ville. Conn., Nov. 24, 1889. Civil Engineer, Public Sei-vice Com., 

New York City, 1914-16; The Barrett Co., 1916-17; U. S. Navy, 

1917-19; ad., 67 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
LUTHER MORRIS, B.S. Born, Glynceiriog, North Wales, March 2, 

1884. Pastor Universalist Oh., West Acton, Mass., 1914-18; Palmer, 
Mass., 1918-. 

HENRY CLIFTON REYNOLDS, B.S. Born, Winslow, Me., March 10, 
1889. Hotel steward. Ad., 406 Union St., Seattle, Wash. 

WALTER JOHN RIDEOUT, A.B. Born, Charleston, Me., June 13, 
1889. Asst., High Sch., Barre, Vt., 1912-13; Prin. High Sch., and 
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Supt. Sch., Danville, Vt., 1913-17; Prin. Lee Acad., Lee, Me., 1917- 
18; Supt. Sch. Union, Guilford, Me., 1918-. 

JAMES A. ROONEY, A.B. Boin, Patei-son, N. J., Sept. 28, 1889. In- 
spector, Florida East Coast R. R., 1912-14; Inspector, City of Pater- 
son, N. J., 1914-. Ad., 392 Market St., Paterson, N. J. 11 months 
in U. S. N. 

LEWIS CURTIS STURTEVANT, B.S. Born, Pittsfield, Me., March 
22, 1888. Prin. Higrh Sch., Ellsworth, Me. 

JAMES BURLEIGH THOMPSON, B.S. Born, Roque Bluffs, Me., Got. 
2, 1891. Prin. High Sch., Washington, Me., 1912-13; Sub-Mast., 
High Sch., Machias, 1913-14; Prin. High Sch., Princeton, Me., 1914- 
15; Business, 1915-18; Prin. High Sch., Machias, Me., 1918; U- S. N., 
Aviation, service, overseas, 1918-19; Prin. High Sch., Franklin, Me., 
1919; Supt. Sch. Union, Franklin, Me., 1919-. . 

BERNARD BLAINE TIBBETTS, B.S. Born, Fairfield, Me., Feb. 9, 
1885. 2d Lieut., 54th Art, C. A. C, U. S. A., 1917-18; 1st. Lieut., 
1918-19, overseas sei-vice; Mechanical engineer, 19 East 33d St., New 
York City. 

*EDWARD ELVIN WASHBURN, B.S. Born, China. Me., April 13, 
1888. Teacher, Greenwich, Conn., 3 years; Corp., U. S. A., 1918; 
died, Cleveland, O., Oct., 17, 1918, aged 30. 

ALPHEUS LaFOREST WHITTEMORE, B.S. Born, East Dixfield, 
Me., Nov. 12, 1886. Hardware Clerk, Wilton, Me., 1913-17; Teacher, 
Wilton Acad., 1917-18; Private, U. S. A., overseas, 1918-19. Ad., 



Wilton, Me. 



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CLASS of 1913 

DAVID BAUM, A.B. Born, Kreuznach, Germany, Dec. 31, 1891. Shoe- 
maker, Nashua, N. H.; Pvt., 1st Class, F. A., U. S. A. Ad., Liver- 
more Falls, Me. 

GEORGE LEWIS BEACH, B.S. Born, Waterbury, Conn., July 26. 
1889. Teacher, Saugus, Mass., 1913-15; New Bedford, Mass., 1915-. 

CLAIR FRANK BENSON, A.B. Born, South Waterboro, Me., Jan. 3, 
1892. Teaching, automobile work, U. S. A., shipyard, automobile 
work, teaching. Ad., Farmington, Me. 

ELMER ROY BOWKER, B.S. Born, Woodstock, Me., Aug. 6, 1890. 
Teacher, Westbrook Sem., 1913-14; The Choate Sch., Wallingford, 
Conn., 1914-16; Worcester Acad., Worcester, Mass., 1916-17; Public 
Latin Sch., Bo.ston, Mas.s., 1917-. 

LAWRENCE ROSS BOWLER, B.S. Born, Waterville, Me., Feb. 18, 
1891. Wholesale lumber business, 1913-14; House decorating, 1914- 
17; 2d Lieut., Air Service, Aircraft production, 1917-19; Cotton mfg., 
1919-. Ad., Waterville, Me. 

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Graduates— Men 1913 

WILLIAM BAILEY CARROLL, B.S. Born, New London, Conn., Nov. 
14, 1889. Ad., Cornish, Me. • 

IRVIN LEVI CLEVELAND, B.S. Born, Bradford, Mass., July 11, 
1890. Business, Chicago, 111., 1913-15; St. Joseph, Mo., 1915-16; 
Boston, Mass., 1916-17; Y. M. C. A., war work, 1917-. Ad., New 
London, Conn. 

HERBERT JOHN CLUKEY, A.B. Born, Dexter, Me., July 9, 1889. 
Prin. High Sch., Brownville Jet., Me., 1913-17; U. S. Customs, Dex- 
ter, Me., 1917-18; Van Buren, Me., 1918-. 

HENRY SEMPLE CUSHMAN, B.S. Ad., 484 Lake Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

FREDERICK GORDON DAVIS, B.S. Born, Springvale, Me., July 31, 

1889. Prin. High Sch., Canaan, Me., 1913-15; Buckfield, Me., 1915- 
17; Supt. Sch., Turner, Me., 1917; Prin. High Sch., North Berwick, 
Me., 1918-19; Teacher, High Sch., Augusta, Me., 1919-. 

DONALD WITHERLE ELLIS, A.B. Born, Fairfield, Me., Sept. 27, 

1890. Farmer, Fairfield, Me., 1913-16; Inst, Colby Col., 1917-18; U. 

5. A., 1918-19. Ad., Fairfield, Me. 

JOHN HESS FOSTER, B.S., M.D., Univ. Penn., 1917. Born, Swatow, 
China, Aug. 24, 1891. Interne Peter Bent Brigham Hosp., Boston, 
Mass., 1917-18; 1st Lieut., M. C, U. S. A., 1918-19; Nanking Lan- 
guage Sch., Nanking, China, 1919-. 

JOHN COLEMAN GOLDTHWAITE, A.B. Born, Goshen, N. Y., Dec. 

6, 1891. P. R. Ziegler Co., 1914-15; Playground dir.. Canton, Mass., 
1915-17; 1st Lieut., F. A., U. S. A., 1917-19; W. F. Schraff & Co., 
Boston, Mass. Ad., 316 Huntington, Boston, Mass. 

ROYDEN KEITH GREELY, B.S. Born, Clinton, Me., June 19, 1889. 
Teacher, Gardiner, Me., 1913-14; Prin. Gram. Sch., East Hartford, 
Conn., 1914-18; Middletown, Conn., 1918-. 

*JASON McCLINTOCK HAGAN, A.B. Born, Mobile, Ala., Feb. 21, 
1888. Sec'y to the President, Colby Col., 1913-15. Died, West- 
brook, Me., July 19, 1915, aged 27. 

IVAN OTHMA HARLOW, B.S., A.M., 1917. Born, Phillips, Me., May 
2, 1890. Inst. Chemistry, Colby Col., 1913-15; Student, Lowell Tex- 
tile Sch., 1915-17; Chemist, Arnold Print Works, North Adams, 
Mass., 1917-. Ad., 45 Cady St., North Adams, Mass. 

FREDERICK ATWOOD HUNT, A.B. Born, Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 
27, 1890. Teacher, High Sch., Taunton, Mass., 1913-18; Bridgeport, 
Conn., 1918-. 

ELMER HORACE HUSSEY, A.B. Born, Norway, Me., Feb. 5, 1891. 
Asst. Prin., Oak Grove Sem., Vassalboro, Me., 1913-15; Prin. North 
Kingston High Sch., Wickford, R. I., 1915-. 

PHILIP WILLIAM HUSSEY, B.S. Born, North Berwick, Me., Dec. 
31, 1891. Travelling salesman. The Hussey Plow Co., North Berwick, 
Me., 2 years; Member of firm. The Hussey Mfg. Co., structural steel 
and iron, North Berwick, Mc. ; sixteen months in France with 



1913 Colby College 

Friends Reconstruction Unit, Red Cros.s 1917-18. Ad., North 
Berwick, Me. • 

ROWLAND MANSFIELD HUSSEY, B.S. Born, North Berwick, Me., 
Oct. 14, 1890. Electrician, York County Light & Power Co., Bidde- 
ford, Me., 191.3; Erector, Hussey Mfg. Co., North Berwick, Me., 
1913-14; Test course student, Westinghouse Elec. & Mfg. Co., E. 
Pittsburgh, Pa., 1914-15; Supt. Electrical Dept., Jones & Laughlin 
Steel Co., Woodlawn, Pa. 

FREDERIC JOY, B.S. Born, Cranberry Isles, Me., Dee. 12, 1888. 
Sub-Mast., Bridgton, Me., Acad., 1913-14; ad., Westbrook, Me. 

JOHN PERLEY KENNEDY, B.S. Bom, Vassalboro, Me., Nov. 24, 
1891. First Class Electrician, U. S. N. R. F., 1917-18; Chief Elec- 
trician, U. S. N. R. F., 1918-. Ad., Vassalboro, Me. 

CHARLES JAMES KEPPEL, B.S. Born, Kansas City, Mo., Dec. .30, 
1888. Inst. Science, High Sch., Camden, N. J., 1914-15; Vocational 
High Sch., New London, Conn., 1915-17; Bulkeley High Sch., New 
London, Conn., 1917-18; St. Paul's Sch., Garden City, N. Y., 1918-. 

*LESTER AMBROSE KEYES, B.S. Born, Chesterville, Me., April 
26, 1889. Died, Waterville, Me., April 27, 1913, aged 24. 

BERTRAND ARTHUR LOANE, A.B. Ad., Ft. Fairfield, Me. 

AARON LAWSON MacGHEE, B.S., M.D., Harvard, 1917. Born, 
Knoxville, Tenn., March 20, 1884. Freedman's Hosp., Washington, 
D. C, 1918-19; Physician, Knoxville, Tenn., 1919-20; New York City, 
1920-. Ad., 246 W. 136th St., New York City. 

ERNEST CUMMINGS MARRINER, A.B. Born, Bridgton, Me., Oct. 
16, 1891. Head Eng. Dept., Hebron Acad., Hebron, Me., 1913-; 
Acting pastor, Cong. Ch., Mechanic Falls, Me., 1919-. 

MELVIN PHILIP ROBERTS, A.B., LL.B., Harvard, 1918. Born, Cari- 
bou, Me., Nov. 22, 1891. Teacher, 1913-15; Student, Harvard Law 
Sch., 1915-18; U. S. A., 1918-19; Lawyer, Fort Fairfield, Me., 1919-. 

*GERSHOM BURGESS ROLLINS, A.B. Born, Camden, Me., Dec. 29, 

1887. Teacher, Belgrade, Me., 1913-14; Mt. Desert, Me., 1914-16; 
Greenville, Me., 1916-19. Died, Greenville, Me., Feb. 1, 1919, aged 31. 

LEO GARDNER SHESONG, A.B. Born, Greenville, Me., Dec. 7, 1885. 
With Maine Central R. R., Transportation Dept, Oakland, Me., 
1913-17; Portland, Me., 1917-. Res., 11 Roberts St., Portland, Me. 

CLARENCE ARNOLD SMALL, B.S. Born, Oct. 31, 1889. Merchant, 
Cornish, Me. 

CHESTER CARLL SOULE, B.S. Born, Gorham, Me., June 8, 1890. 
Teacher, Augusta, Me., 1913-14; Vinalhaven, Me., 1914-17; South 
Paris, Me., 1917-18; Prin. High Sch., Livermore Falls, Me., 1918-. 

ROBERT ROSS WEBBER, B.S. Born, East Vassalboro, Me., Jan. 15, 

1888. Prin. High Sch., Brooklin, Me., 1914; Sullivan, Me., 1914-15; 
Milo, Me., 1916-. 

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Graduates — Men 1914 

JOHN WELLS, B.S. Born, Sheffield, Eng., Nov. 22, 1890. Sub-Mast., 
East Me. Conference Sem., Bucksport, Me., 1914-17; 1st Lieut. Signal 
Corps, U. S. A., 1917-19; Methods Engineer, Western Electric Co., 
Chicago, 111., 1919-. Ad., 441 St. James Place, Chicago, 111. 
* DONALD HEALD WHITE, A.B., B.S., Mass. Inst Tech., 1915. Born, 
Worcester, Mass., May 14, 1892. Research Chemist, Brown Co., 
Berlin, N. H., 1915- ; 1st Lieut., Chemical Welfare Service, U. S. 
A., 1918-19. Ad., Berlin, N. H. 

ANDREW YOUNG, A.B., B.D., Newton Theo. Inst., 1916. Born, 
Sangerville, Me., Sept. 12, 1888. Pastor, United Baptist Ch., South 
Dover, Me., 1917-18; Y. M. C. A., Sec'y, Camp Devens, Ayer, Mass., 
1918-19; Pastor, Rockport, Me., 1919-. 

36— *3 

CLASS OF 1914 

WYMAN LESTER BEAL, A.B. Born, Jonesport, Me., Sept. 20, 1889. 
Prin. High Sch., Hallowell, Me., 1914-17; Shrewsbury, Mass., 1917-. 

ROBERT HALL BOWEN, A.B., A.M., Columbia, 1916. Born, Medina, 
N. Y., May 24, 1892. 2d. Lieut., Aviation, U. S. A., 1917-19. Stu- 
dent, Columbia Univ. Res., White Plains, N. Y. 

STEPHEN FLETCHER BRANN, B.S. Born, Waterville, Me., June 
10, 1891. Teaching, 1 year; Asst. Supt. Munitions, Canadian Explo- 
sive, Ltd., Nobel, Ont., 3 years. 

JOSEPH PATRICK BURKE, B.S. Born, Nashua, N. H., Jan. 19, 
1892. K. of C. Fellow, Catholic Univ., Washington, D. C, 1914-17; 
Chemist, Nashua Gummed & Coated Paper Co.; E. I. DuPont de 
Nemours Co.; Chem. Engineer, U. S. Rubber Co., New Haven, Conn. 
Ad., 395 Orange St., New Haven, Conn. 

*NATHAN TAPLIN BUTLER, A.B. Born, St. Albans, Vt., Dec. 4, 
1887. Teacher, Porto Rico, 1914-15; Agent, S. P. C. C, Bo.ston, 
Mass., 1916; Teacher, West Palm Beach, Fla., 1917; Prin. High Sch., 
Canaan, Conn., 1918; died, Canaan, Conn., Dec. 17, 1918, aged 31. 

PHILIP LAWRENCE CAMPBELL, A.B. Born, Cherryfield, Me., Dec. 
30, 1891. Live stock buyer; ad., 614 East 62d St., Chicago, 111. 

FRANK SIMONDS CARPENTER, B.S. Born, Madison, Me., April 28, 
1892. Travelling auditor. International Harvester Co., 1914-18; 
Cadet, Aviation, U. S. A., 1918-19. Ad., Madison, Me. 

PAUL FRANCIS CHRISTOPHER, B.S. Born, Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 
23, 1891. 

EUGENE KELVIE CURRIE, A.B. Born, Lee, Me., March 14, 1891. 
Prin. High Sch., Norridgewock, Me., 1914-15; Guilford, Conn., 1916; 
North Bennington, Vt., 1916-18; Bacon Acad., Colchester, Conn., 
1918-. 

RAYMOND CYRUS CURTIS, A.B. Born, Pemaquid Beach, Me., June 



1914 Colby College 

6, 1892. Prin. High Sch., Andover, Me., 1914-16; Prin. High Sch. 
and Supt. Sch., Vanceboro, Me., 1916-17; Ensign, U. S. N., 1917-19. 

WILBUR BROOKS DEXTER, B.S., A.M., 1915, and Ph.D., 1917, Clark 
Univ. Born, Newton Centre, Mass., Jan. 21, 1892. Chemist, Atlantic 
Refining Co., Philadelphia, Pa., 1917; Chief Mach. Mate, U. S. N. R.' 
P., 1917-19; National Carbon Co., 1919-. Author: On the Applica- 
bility of the Mass Action Laiv to Solutions of Strong Electrolytes, 
(1915); The Conductance of Dilute Aqueous Solutions, (1917). Ad., 
6803 Clinton Ave., Cleveland, O. 

EMMONS BLAINE FARRAR, A.B. Born, Wellington, Me., March 11, 
1892. Teacher, 1914-17; 1st Lieut., Inf., U. S. A., 1917-19; ad., 
Chillicothe, O. 

HARRY PHILIP FULLER, B.S. Born, Hallowell, Me., May 26, 1891. 
Junior Accountant, Haskins & Sells, Chicago, 111., 1914-15; Clerk, 
Swift & Co., Chicago, 111., 1915-16; Inst, High Sch., Cicero, 111., 
1916-17; Head Dept. Commerce, High Sch., Binghamton, N. Y., 
1917-18; U. S. A., 1918; Auditor, National City Co., 50 Wall St., 
New York City, 19 19-. 

ARTHUR DOUGLAS GILLINGHAM, B.S. Born, Kobe, Japan, March 
1, 1888. Student, Y. M. C. A. Training Sch., Springfield, Mass., 
1914-15; Boys' Work Sec'y, Y. M. C. A., Portland, Me., 1915-. 

FRANK TRUSCOT GILLINGHAM, B.S., A.M., Univ. Penn., 1918. 
Born, Kobe, Japan, May 6, 1889. Student, Crozer Theo. Sem., 
1915-18; Boys' Work Sec'y, Y. M. C. A., Chester, Pa. Ad., 44 Hill 
St., Upland, Pa. 

RAYMOND ISAAC HASKELL, B.S., A.M., 1917. Born, Bethlehem, N. 
H., Dec. 4, 1891. Prin. High Sch., Enfield, N. H., 1914-16; Lisbon, 
N. H., 1916-17; Sub-Mast., High Sch., Chelsea, Mass., 1917-18; Inst., 
English and French, William Penn Charter Sch., Philadelphia, Pa., 
1918-. Author: What to Know About Mt. Agassiz, Bethlehem, and 
the White Monntai7is, (1914). Res., 408 Ashbourne Rd., Ashbourne, 
Pa. 

ARTHUR SILAS HAWES, A.B. Born, Las Vegas, N. Mex., Nov. 
6, 1892. Ad., 9 Carmen St., Dorchester, Mass. 

SETH FRANCIS HARRISON HOWES, A.B. Born, Southboro, Mass., 
Oct. 13, 1891. Ad., Southboro, Mass. 

DAVID JACK, A.B., Born, Markinch, Scotland, Oct. 25, 1879. Clergy- 
man, Swampscot, Mass. 

ROSCOE EATON JOHNSON, B.S., D.T.S., Davey Inst. Tree Surgery, 
1916. Born, Barre, Mass., Nov. 19, 1892. Student, Davey Inst. Tree 
Surgery, 1914-16; Tree Surgeon and Moth Inspector, Worcester, 
Mass., 1916-17; Musician, U. S. A., 1917-. 

FRANK HAROLD JONES, B.S. Born, Portland, Me., Dec. 21, 1888. 
Dept. Public Works, Portland, Me., 1915-16; Salesman, Kee Lox 



Graduates — Men 1914 

Mfg. Co., 1916-18; Priv., Inf., U. S. A.; Mgr., Coffield Tire Pro- 
• lector, Portland, Me., 1919- ; Ad., 37 Dartmouth St., Portland, Me. 
EVERETT STANLEY KELSON, B.S. Born, Westbrook, Mc., Oct. 1, 

1892. Sub-Mast., Acad., Calais, Me., 1914-15, and Prin., 1915-17; 

Prin. High Sch., Eastport, Me., 1917-18; Head Math. Dept., English 

High Sch., Lynn, Mass., 1918-. 
ARTHUR HARVEY KNIGHT, A.B., LL.B., Boston Univ., 1917. Born, 

South Eliot, Me., Jan. 19, 1892. Teacher, Hallowell, Me., 1914-15; 

Student, Boston Univ. Law Sch., 1915-17; U. S. N. R. P., 1917-19, 

Lieut. (J. G.) ; Lawyer, 538 West 57th St., New York City. 
FREDERIC STILES MARTIN, B.S. Born, Allentown, Pa., April 16, 

1889. Silk mfg., 1914-18; Sgt., U. S. A., 1918-19; Lehigh Transit 
Co., 1919- ; ad., 103 South 7th St., Allentown, Pa. 

*NORMAN JESSE MERRILL, B.S. Born, Somerville, Mass., Nov. 24, 

1890. Teacher, Science, St. George's Sch., Newport, R. I., 1914-17; 
Lieut., U. S. A., 1917-19. Died, Fort Wayne Mil. Hosp., Feb. 7, 
1919, aged 28. 

STANLEY BUCKNAM MILLER, B.S. Born, Yarmouth, Me., Sept. 
12, 1892. Teacher, 1914-15; Real Estate, 1915-17; 2d Lieut., Inf., 
U. S. A., 1917-19; business, 1919-. Ad., 24 Pilgrim Parkway, Quincy 
Point, Mass. 

WILMER ALLEN MOOERS, B.S. Born, Ashland, Me., April 9, 1890. 
Electrician, Ashland, Me.; Bookkeeper, Portland, Me.; U. S. A.; 
Electrician, 1745 Coit Ave. E., Cleveland, 0. 

HAROLD CALVIN MARSTON MORSE, A.B., A.M., Harvard, 1915, 
and Ph.D., 1917. Born, Waterville, Me., March 24, 1892. Harvard 
Ambulance Unit, 1917-18; 2d Lieut., C. A. C, U. S. A., 1919; Croix 
de Guerre; Benjamin Pierce Inst. Math., Harvard Univ., 1919-; Con- 
tributor to mathematical journals. Home, Waterville, Me. 

HAROLD WILMOT NUTTING, A.B. Born, Canaan, Me., Sept. 28, 
1889. Teacher, 1914-15; Corbin Screw Corp., Chicago, 111., 1915- ; 
Aviation, U. S. A., 1917-19, Pursuit Pilot. Ad., 335 No. Wells St., 
Chicago, 111. 

ROBERT EVERETT OWEN, B.S. Born, Gardiner, Me., May 19, 
1892. Prin. Erskine Acad., 1914-18; Prin. Oak Grove Sem., Vassal- 
boro, Me., 1918-. 

GEORGE WATERHOUSE PERRY, B.S. Born, Portland, Me., Sept. 
20, 1891. Fellowship Sec'y, Y. M. C. A., Gary, Ind., 1914-15; Bapt. 
Student Sec'y, Columbia Univ., 1915-17; Y. M. C. A., overseas ser- 
vice, 1917; 2d Lieut., Aviation, U. S. A., 1918-19; Foyer du Soldat, 
1919; Sec'y Y. M. C. A., Smyrna, Turkey, 1919-. 

GEORGE WOLLAGE PRATT, A.B., LL.B., Georgetown Univ., 1919. 
Born, Corning, N. Y., June 23, 1893. Teacher, Math., Corning, N. 



1914 Colby College 

Y., Free Acad., 1914-15; Student, Georgetown Univ., 1915-17; 2d 

Lieut., A.S., (A.), R. M. A., 1917-19; Student, Georgetown Uni\r., 

1919. Ad., Corning, N. Y. 
HENRY GAY PRATT, B.S. Born, Winsted, Conn., May 25, 1891. Ad., 

Lanesboro, Ma.ss. 
THOMAS JAMES REYNOLDS, A.B., LL.B., Harvard, 1917. Born, 

Vassalboro, Me., March 17, 1892. Ensign, U. S. N. R. F., 1918-19; 

Lawyer, 1920 Highland Ave., Los Angeles, Calif. 
VINAL HARLAN TIBBETTS, A.B. Born, Bristol, Me., April 13, 

1892. Prin. High Sch., Waterboro, Me., 1914-15; Bowdoinham, Me., 
1915-16; Dist. Supt. Sch., Mattawamkeag, Me., 1916-18; Supt. Sch., 
East Windsor, Conn., 1918- ; ad., Warehouse Point, Conn. 

WILLIAM ADELBERT TRACY, A.B. Born, Cary, Mo., Nov. 7, 1888. 
International Agri. Corp., 1915-16; Sub-Mast., Higgins Class. Inst., 
1916-17; Prin., 1918- ; Priv. Inf., U. S. A., 1918-19. 

ERNEST LORENZO WARREN, A.B. Born, Fairlee, Vt., Jan. 1, 1890. 
Supt., and designer, American Woolen Co., Old Town, Me.; Alder- 
man, Old Town, 1919-20. 

MILROY WARREN, B.S. Born, Denmark, Me., Nov. 27, 1891. In- 
spector munitions. New York City, 1915-17; Aviation, U. S. A., 
1917; Inspector rifles, 1917-19; Mfr., Lubec, Me., 1919-. 

EVAN RUPERT WHEELER, B.S., A.M., 1915; B.S., Mass. Inst. Tech. 
and Hai-vard, 1917. Born, Oakland, Me., Sept. 24, 1893. Telegraph 
Engineer, Western Union Tel. Co., Hearts Content, Newfoundland. 

LOUIS ALLEN WILSON, B.S. Born, Concord, N. H., Jan. 10, 1890. 
Ad., 42 Washington St., Penaeook, N. H. 

CHESTER FRANK WOOD, A.B., B.D., Newton Theo. Inst., 1917. 
Born, Woburn, Mass., Aug. 3, 1892. Asst. Pastor, West Somervillc, 
Mass., 1917-18; Y. M. C. A. war work, 1918-19; Act. Pastor, Dor- 
chester, Mass., 1919-. 

EVERETT LINDLEY WYMAN, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me., Aug. 6, 

1893. Master, Lake Fore.st Acad., Lake Forest, 111., 1914-16; 1st 
Lieut, Air Service, U. S. A., 1917-19; Mark Mfg. Co., Chicago, III.; 
ad.. Ill West Washington St., Chicago, 111. 

42— *1 
CLASS OF 1915 

CEDRIC ERROL ADAMS, B.S. Born, Littleton, Me., Dec. 21, 1894. 

Farming, Houlton, Me., 1915-16; Inspector and foreman. Munitions 

factory, Lowell, Mass., 1916-19; ad., 15 Midland St., Lowell, Mass. 
FLORIAN GEORGE AREY, A.B. Born, Stonington, Me., June 30, 

1889. Teacher and law student; ad., 40 Queensbury St., Boston, 

Mass. 
DANIEL WHITCHER ASHLEY, B.S. Born, Bath, N. H., March 15. 

1894. Bethlehem Steel Co., South Bethlehem, Pa., 1915; Crowell 

188 



Graduates — Men 1915 

Pub. Co., New York City, 1916-17; Lieut., P. C, U. S. N. R. F., 
1917-19; ad., 67 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
RALPH ALBIN BRAMHALL, B.S. Born, Belfast, Me., April 11, 

1891. Teacher, Lawrence High Sch., Fairfield, Me., 1916-17; Cashier, 
City National Bank, Belfast, Me., 1917-; Priv. Inf., U. S. A., 1918-19. 
Ad., Belfast, Me. 

GEORGE HERBERT GLOVER CAMPBELL, B.S. Born, New York, 
N. Y., Jun«i 25, 1892. Corbin Screw Corp., New Britain, Conn., 
1915-16; Student, Yale Law Sch., 1916-17; 2d Lieut., 1917-18, 1st 
Lieut, 1918; Capt., 1918-19; C. A. C, U. S. A., overseas service; 
ad., 234 South La Salle St., Chicago, HI. 

HAROLD STERLING CAMPBELL, A.B., B.D., Newton Theo. Inst., 
1918. Born, Presque Isle, Me., July 31, 1894. Educ. Sec'y, Y. M. 
C. A., Camp Devens, 1918-19; Building Sec'y, 1919; Assoc. Pastor, 
First Bapt. Ch., Pittsfield, Mass., 1919-. 

ARTHUR FRENCH CLARK, A.B. Born, Lawrence, Mass., Aug. 21, 
1893. Teacher, Lewis High Sch., Southington, Conn., 1915-17; 2d 
Lieut., Air Service, U. S. A., 1917-19; Inst., Science, High Sch., 
Southington, Conn., 1919-. 

LEON WARDWELL CROCKETT, A.B. Born, Whitefield, N. H., Aug. 
8, 1893. Student, Boston Univ. Medical Sch., Boston, Mass.; ad., 
82 E. Concord St., Boston, Mass. 

THOMAS JAMES GROSSMAN, Jr., B.S. Ad., Needham, Mass. 

WALTER CARLETON DACEY, B.S. Ad., 540 Seneca St., Bethlehem, 
Pa. 

RAYMOND OSGOOD DAVIS, B.S. Born, Amesbury, Mass., Aug. 18, 
1890. With Merrimac River Towing Co., Newburyport, Mass.; 
Priv., Inf., U. S. A., 1918-19; res., 376 Main St., Amesbury, Mass. 

PRINCE ALBERT DRUMMOND, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me., Jan. 
22, 1893. With Hayden, Stone & Co., Boston, Mass., 1915-16; Lee, 
Higginson & Co., 1916-17; 101st Engineers, U. S. A., 1917-19; Wat- 
erville Savings Bank, Waterville, Me., 19 19-. 

GEORGE OTIS DUDLEY, A.B. Born, Medford, Mass., Dec. 12, 1890. 
Clerk, Paine, Webber & Co., Stocks and bonds, Boston, Mass., 1915- ; 
Ad., 82 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 

FRED BALLENTYNE DUNN, B.S. Born, Waterville, Me., Dec. 15, 

1892. Asst. Boy's Work Sec'y, Y. M. C. A., Atlanta, Ga., 1915-16; 
Boy's Div. Sec'y, Y. M. C. A., New Haven, Conn., 1916-19; with The 
Berger Bros. Co., 1920-. Ad., 140 Edwards St., New Haven, Conn. 

VERNELLE WALLACE DYER, A.B., B.D., Newton Theo. Inst, 1919. 
Born, Cliftondale, Mass., Feb. 16, 1894. Y. M. C. A. war service, 
1917-19; Missionary-Pastor, Rangoon, Burma, 1919- ; Author: The 
Sex Problem and a Church Program, (1919). 

PAUL FREDERICK FRASER, B.S. Born, Roxbury, Mass., Nov. 15, 
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1915 Colby College 

1893. Sub-Mast., High Sch., Waterville, Me., 1915-16; Teacher- 
Coach, High Sch., Everett, Mass., 1916-17; 1st Me. H. F. A., 56th 
Pi. Inf., 313th Inf., U. S. A., 1917-19; Physical director, Coburn 
Clas. Inst., Waterville, Me., 1919-. 

ALBERT DAME GILBERT, B.S. Born, Methuen, Mass., March 7, 

1888. Chemist, Methuen, Mass., 1915-18; Maywood, N. J., 1918-. 
ROY WINFRED GILLMORE, A.B. Born, Lynn, Mass., Nov. 2, 1891. 

Teacher, Littleton, N. H., 1915-16; New Hampton, 1^. H., 1916-. 
LEONARD WARREN GRANT, B.S. Born, East Brookfield, Mass., 

Feb. 8, 1893. Teacher, Portland, Me., 1915-16; Sanford, Me., 1916- 

17; Ensign, U. S. N., 1917-19; Prin. High Sch., Bridgewater, Mass., 

1919-. 
ALBERT MENTZER GUPTILL, B.S. Born, Waltham, Mass., Oct. 11, 

1892. With Standard Oil Co. of New York, Shanghai, China, 1915- 

18; Mgr., E. W. Frazer & Co., Peking, China. 
EVERETT GUY HOLT, A.B. Born, Clinton, Me. Nov. 28, 1894. Prin. 

High Sch., Clinton, Me., 1915-17; Clerk, U. S. Civil Service Com., 

1917-19; Student, Law Sch., George Washington Univ., Washington, 

D. C, 1918-. 
MERLE FULLER HUNT, A.B. Born, East Milton, Mass., May 24, 

1894. Prin. High Sch. and Supt. Sch., Grand Lake Stream, Me., 
1915-16; Sub-Mast., Higgins Clas. Inst., 1917; U. S. N. R. F., 1917- 
18, Ensign; Prin. High Sch., Bethlehem, N. H., 1919-. 

ROLAND BATCHELDER HUTCHINS, B.S. Born, Methuen, Mass., 

Dec. 14, 1891. Inst. Science, Wheeler Sch., No. Stonington, Conn., 

1915-16; Choate Sch., Wallingford, Conn., 1916-17; Chemist, E. I. 

DuPont de Nemours Co., Washburn, Wise, 1917-18; Chemist, A. D. 

Little, Inc., Cambridge, Mass., 1918-. Res., 299 Broadway, Methuen, 

Mass. 
FRANK ALEXANDER JAMES B.S. Born, Mattawamkeag, Me., 

March 18, 1892. Teacher, Ricker Clas. In.st., Houlton, Me., 1915-17; 

Leominster, Mass., 1918; 2d Lieut., Inf., U. S. A., 1918; Teacher, 

Ashburnham, Mass., 1919-. 
WILLIAM HERMAN KELSEY, B.S. Born, Salem, Mass., March 21, 

1895. Student, Harvard Med. Sch., 1915-16; 2d Lieut., C. A., U. S. 
A. 1917-18; Chemist, New Jersey Zinc Co., Palmerton, Pa., 1918-. 

BYRON AUSTIN LADD, B.S., A.M., 1916. 

JOHN RALPH LAFLEUR, B.S. Born, Saco, Me., April 26, 1893. 

Law student, Univ. Maine, 1917-18; Army Field Clerk, Adj. Gen. 

Dept., 1918-19; 14 months in France; student at Univ. of Aix; 

Student, Law Sch., George Washington Univ., Washington, D. C, 

1919-. Ad., 1607, 16th St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 
ARTHUR HOWARD LAKY, Jr., A.B. Born, Gilead, Me., Feb. i:^, 

1891. Teacher and bank clerk. Portland Ambulance Corps, 1917; 

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Graduates — Men 1915 

Amer. Ambulance Serv. with French Army, 1918-19; U. S. Army, 

1919. Res., Yarmouth, Me. 
CARL BURTON LORD, B.S. Born, Liberty, Me., May 13, 1894. 

Teacher, High Sch., Mansfield, Mass., 1915-16; Student, Burdett 

Bus. Col., 1916-17; Yeoman, U. S. N. R. F., 1918, and Asst. Pay- 
master, 1918-. Ad., North Vassalboro, Me. 
RAYMOND PHILIP LUCE, B.S. Born, Caribou, Me., May 6, 1892. 
CHESTER RUDOLPH MILLS, B.S., M.D., Harvard, 1919. Born, 

Needham, Mass., April 13, 1893. Interne, Boston City Hosp., Bo.s- 

ton, Mass., 1919-. 
LESLIE FERGUSON MURCH, A.B. Born, East Hampden, Me., 

March 18, 1893. Asst., Physics, Dartmouth Col., 1915-17; 1st Lieut., 

Ord. Dept., U. S. A., 1917-19; Inst., Physics, Dartmouth Col., 1919-. 

Ad., Hanover, N. H. 
ARTHUR CHESTER NILES, B.S. Born, Auburn, Me., Nov. 7, 1890. 

Salesman, Armour & Co., 1915-17; Sgt., U. S. A., 1917- ; Univ. of 

Bordeaux, 1919. Ad., 345 Center St., Auburn, Me. 
WILLIAM JOHN PENDERGAST, B.S. Born, Boston, Mass., March 

19, 1892. Student, Boston Normal Sch., 1915-16; Teacher. Ad., 

27 Train St., Boston 22, Mass., 1918-. 
ERNEST WINSHIP PRATT, B.S. Born, Barre, Mass., Jan. 11, 1891. 

Teacher, Ashby, Mass., 1915-16; Charlemont, Mass., 1917; Attle- 

boro, Mass., 1918; U. S. Army, 1918-19. 
ROGER ASHURST PUTNAM, A.B. Born, York Village, Me., June 

27, 1892. 
HOWARD PRINCE RAMSDELL, B.S. 
HAROLD WILBUR RAND, A.B. Born, Standish, Me., May 29, 1894. 

Teacher, Gould's Acad., Bethel, Me., 1915-16; High Sch., Mt. 

Vernon, N. Y., 1916-17; Salesman, Reichard-Coulston, Inc., New 

York City, 1917-20; Mgr., Boston office, 1920-. Ad., 88 Broad St., 

Boston 9, Mass. 
NATHAMIEL EDGAR ROBINSON, B.S. Born, Mt. Vernon, Me., 

Nov. 23, 1891. Teacher, Franlcfort, Me., 1915-16; Newport, Me., 

1916-17; Y. M. C. A. overseas service, 1917-19; Educ. Dir., Norfolk 

Co. Agr. Sch., Walpole, Mass., 1919-. 
RAY DUTTON ROBINSON, A.B. Born, Warren, Me., Dec. 19, 1887. 

Dist. Supt. Sch., Winterport, Me. 
KENT TYLER ROYAL, B.S., M.D., Harvard, 1919. Born, Harvard, 

Mass., Oct. 25, 1891. Asst. Surg., S. A. Hosp., Hansford, W. Va., 

1919-. Ad., Harvard, Mass. 
EDWIN ANDREWS RUSSELL, B.S. Born, Waterboro, Me., March 

22, 1889. 1st Lieut., A. S. A., Adjutant, Wilbur Wright Field, 

Fairfield, O. 
LESTER HALE SHIBLES, A.B. Born, Rockport, Me., Dec. 3, 1890. 
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Prin. High Sch., Brooks, Me., 1915-17; Guilford, Me., 1917-18; 
Farminglon, Me., 1918-. 

HAROLD ADAMS SMALL, A.B. Born, Oaliland, Me., April 19, 1893. 
Teacher, Latin and French, Choate Sch., Wallingford, Conn., 1915- 
16; Reporter and corret^pondent, Hartford Timeft, Hartford, Conn., 
1917-; Priv. U. S. A., 1918. 

LEON PAUL SPINNEY, A.B. Born, South Eliot, Me., Dec. 9, 1891. 
Prin. High Sch., Eliot, Me., 1915-17; Supt. Sch., 1917-18; Prin. 
Traip Acad., Kittery, Me., 1919- ; Memb. Sch. Com., Eliot, Me., 
1919- ; U. S. Army, 1918-19. 

RAYMOND RUSSELL THOMPSON, B.S. Born, North Berwick, Me., 
July 8, 1886. Head Science Dept., Hebron Acad., Me., 1915-18; 
Chemist, U. S. Nitrate Plant No. 1, Sheffield, Ala., 1918-19; Head 
Science Dept., Hebron Acad., Hebron, Me., 1919-. 

LESTER FRANK WEEKS, A.B., A.M., Harvard, 1916. Born, Alna, 
Me., Oct. 17, 1888. Inst. Chemistry, Univ. of Maine, 1916-17, and 
Asst. Prof., 1917-18; Asst. Prof. Chemistry, Colby Col., 1918- ; Con- 
tributor to Chemical journals. Ad., Waterville, Me. 

RALPH WASHBURN WESTON, B.S. Born, Quincy, Mass., March 
29, 1892. Hotel steward. South Poland, Me., 1916-17; Corp., Inf., 
U. S. A., 1917-19; Oil field worker, Goo.'^e Creek, Texas, 1919-. 

ROY MAXFIELD WHELDEN, B.S., Born, Boston, Mass., Dec. 25, 
1892. Teacher, Fairfax, Vt., 1916-18; Ashfield, Mass., 1918-19; 
Portland, Me., 1919-. Ad., Cumberland Mills, Me. 

ALBERT ROBINSON WILLARD, B.S., M.B.A., Harvard, 1917. In- 
vestigator, Brighton Mills, Passaic, N. J., 1917-18; 2 Lieut., Inf., U. 
S. A., 1918-19; Public Accountant, Scovell, Wellington & Co., 110 
State St., Boston, Mass., 1919-. 

ROBERT HUSSEY WILLIAMS, A.B. Born, Houlton, Me., Dec. 5, 
1894. Head Science Dept, Ricker Clas. In.st., 1915-17; Student, 
Harvard Univ., 1919-. Ad., Houlton, Me. 

AARON HOUGHTON YEATON, B.S. Born, Otisfield Gore, Me., Feb. 
16, 1893. Ricker Hotel Co., 1915; U. S. Shoe Machinery Co., 1915- 
16; Teacher, High Sch., Hopedale, Mass., 1916-18; Coach and mgr. 
athletics, High Sch., Amesbury, Mass., 1918-. 

RAY CAWLEY YOUNG, B.S., M.S., Wesleyan Univ.. 1917. Born, 
Lakeport, N. H., April 8, 1895. Inst. Physics, Colby Col., 1915-16; 
Asst., Physics, Wesleyan Univ., 1916-17; 2d Lieut. Inf., U. S. A., 
1917-18; Inst, English High Sch., Providence, R. I., 1919- ; Ad., 
13 Summit Ave., Providence, R. I. 

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CLASS OF 1916 

ALDEN WATTS ALLEN, B.S. Born, Camden, Me., Sept. 25, 189.3. 

Teacher, Houlton, Me., 1916-17; Ensign, U. S. N., 1917-. Ad., 

Dexter, Me. 
HUBERT HAZEN BARKER, B.S., Belfast, Me. 
ARTHUR FILLMORE BICKFORD, A.B. Born, Concord, N. H., July 

20, 1893. Student, Harvard Law Sch., 1916-17; 2d Lieut., F. A., U. 

S. A., 1917-19; Student, Harvard Law Sch., 1919-; ad., 8 Forest St., 

Cambridge, Mass. 
SHIRLEY GOSS BLACKINGTON, B.S. Born, Attleboro, Mass., Feb. 

9, 1893. Salesman, 1916-17; Pvt., U. S. A., 1917-19; Student, Univ. 

of Poitiers, 1919; Mfg. jeweler, Attleboro, Mass., 1919-. 
WILLIAM ERROLD BURTON, B.S. Born, Hartland, Me., April 20, 

1894. Inst. History and Science, Tilton Seminary, Tilton, N. H., 

1916-18; High Sch., Mamaroneck, N. Y., 1918-19; West Springfield, 

Mass., 1919-. 
JOHN ADAMS CAMPBELL, B.S. Born, Cherryfield, Me., July 20, 

1893. Amer. Tel. & Tel. Co., Boston, Mass., 1916-17; Corp., Tank 
Corps, U. S. A., overseas service, 1918-19. Ad., Boston, Mass. 

ARTHUR DUGDALE CRAIG, B.S. Born, Pawtucket, R. I., March 20, 

1894. Teacher Science, High Sch., Mansfield, Mass., 1916-17; Sub- 
Mast. High Sch., Central Falls, R. I., 1917-18; Head Science Dept., 
Blake Sch., Minneapolis, Minn., 1918-19. Ad., R. F. D. No. 4, Attle- 
boro, Mass. 

JOHN HUGH CRAWFORD, B.S. Born, Nathurst, N.B., Oct. 3, 1893. 

Teacher, 1916-17; Lieut, Inf., U. S. A., 1917-18; Detective, Boston, 

Mass., 1919-. 
CARROLL EDWARD DOBBIN, A.B. Born, Oct. 2, 1892. Student, 

Johns Hopkins Univ., 1916-18; Geologist, U. S. Geo. Survey, 1918-19; 

Student, Johns Hopkins Univ., 1919-. Ad., 2735 Maryland Ave., 

Baltimore, Md. 
FRANKLYN MAYO DYER, B.S. Born, Bangor, Me., April 9, 1893. 

Asst. Engineer, N. E. Tel. & Tel. Co., 1916-18; Radio operator, U. 

S. A. Ad., 82 Western Ave., Augusta, Me. 
HARVEY DOANE EATON, Jr., A.B. Born, Waterville, Me., Nov. 

19, 1892. 23d U. S. Engineers, 1917-18; U. S. Signal Corps, 1918- 

19; Duty with American Com. to Negotiate Peace; Student, Har- 
vard Law Sch., 1919-. 
HENRY A. EATON, B.S. Born, Whitefield, N. H., Sept. 16, 1894. 

Chemist, Brown Co., Berlin, N. H. 
FRED CHARLES ENGLISH, A.B. Born, Robinson, Me., July 25, 

1893. Clerk, The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co., Akron, 0., 1916- 

17; 2d Lieut. Inf. R. C, 1917-18; 1st Lieut. Inf. U. S. A., 1918-19; 

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Bureau War Risk Insurance, Washington, D. C, 1919; Expert 
Classifier and Investigator, Cong. Joint Commission on Reclassifica- 
tion of Salaries, Wash., D. C, 1919-. Ad., 13.39 Quincy St., N.W., 
Washington, D. C. 

THEODORE FIELDBRAVE, A.B., M.A., Univ. Penn., 1918. Born, 
Lucknow, India, Oct. 17, 1882. Crozer Theo. Sem., 1916-18; Clergy- 
man. Ad., 1812 Green St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

FRANK CLIFTON FOSTER, B.S. Born Clifton Springs, N. Y., Sept. 
25, 1894. Teacher, Swatow Acad., Swatow, China, 1916-19; Y. M. 
C. A. War service, Siberia, 1918-19. Ad., Box 41, Boston, Mass. 

BENJAMIN FULLER GREER, B.S. Born, Goffstown, N. H., Jan. 20, 
1894. Lumbering, Grasmere, N. H. 

ARTHUR EMERSON GREGORY, A.B. Thomaston, Me. 

JOHN NORRIS HARRIMAN, A.B. Born, Danbury, N.H., Oct. 27, 

1891. Student, Boston Univ. Law Sch., 1916-17; Ensign, Pay 
Corps, U. S. N., 1917; Lieut, (j. g.), 1917; Lieut., 1918-. 

LEON DRUMMOND HERRING, B.S. Born, Fairfield, Me., Oct. 14, 

1892. Salesman, Waterville, Me., 1916-17; Sgt., U. S. A., 1917-19. 
Ad., Waterville, Me. 

EDMUND JAMES HIGGINS, B.S. Born, Dexter, Me., April 4, 1893. 

Chief chemist, British Explosives, Renfrew, Ont., 1917-19; Asst. 

Chief Chemist, Imperial Oil, Ltd., Sarnia, Ont., 1919-. 
ROBERT AUGUSTINE HUSSEY, A.B. Botn, North Berwick, Me., 

May 31, 1894. With Hussey Mfg. Co., North Berwick, Me., 1916- 

17; 2d Lieut., U. S. A., 1917-. Ad., North Berwick, Me. 
FRANCIS LEO IRVIN, B.S. Born, Dorchester, Mass., June 27, 1893. 

Teacher, 1916-17; Factory cost accountant, 1917- ; Sgt, U. S. A., 

1917-19. Ad., Dorchester, Mass. 
CYRIL MATTHEW JOLY, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me., Dec 25, 1893. 

Prin. High Sch., Unity, Me., 1916-18; 2d Lieut, Inf., U. S. A., 

1918-19; Student, Harvard Law Sch., 1919-. Ad., 10 Oxford St, 

Cambridge, Mass. 
ROBERT CLYDE JOUDRY, A.B., B.D., Epis. Theo. Sch., 1919. Born, 

East Boston, Mass., Jan. 1, 1895. Episcopal clergyman, Ogden.'i- 

burg, N. Y. 
RICHARD JUDSON KIMBALL, JR., B.S. Born, Bridgewater, Me., 

May 9, 1895. With Armour & Co., 1916-17; Swift & Co., 1917-; 

Pvt., C. A., U. S. A. Ad., 12 Palmer Ave., Dixwell Manor, Hamden, 

Conn. 
RALPH WINSLOW KING, B.S. Born, Newton Centre, Mass., Jan. 

24, 1892. With N. E. Tel. & Tel. Co. Ad., 5 Reservoir St., Dover, 

N. H. 
RALPH KOLSETH, B.S. Dorchester, Mass. 
LEWIS LESTER LEVINE, B.S., A.M., 1918. Born, Waterville, Me., 



Graduates — Men 1916 

Aug. 25, 1892. student, Harvard Law Sch., 1916-17; Headmaster, 

High Sch., Meredith, N. H., 1918-. 
WALDO CHESTER LINCOLN, B.S. 110 Butman St., Akron, 0. 
NORMAN WILLIAM LINDSAY, A.B. Born, Dundee, Scotland, Oct. 

27, 1888. Student, Boston Univ. Sch. Theo., 1916-. Ad., Cape 

Porpoise, Me. 
WARREN BURLEIGH MARSTON, B.S. Born, Waterville, Me., May 

17, 1893. Asst. Travelling Auditor, International Harvester Co., 

1916- ; Pvt. 1st Class, U. S. A. 
PETER JOSEPH MAYERS, Jr., A.B., A.M., Catholic Univ. of Ameri- 
ca, 1917. Born, New Rochelle, N. Y., Jan. 8, 1894. Ensign, U. S. 

N.; Teacher and Athletic Coach; Author, Thomas Dongan, (1917); 

Sir William Johnson, (1917); Trade Unionism, (1917); Social Life 

in Washington; etc. Ad., New Rochelle, N. Y. 
IRVING WOODBURY MERRILL, B.S. Born, Somerville, Mass., Feb. 

1, 1888. Teacher, Boys' Latin Sch., Baltimore, Md., 1916-17; St. 

Paul Acad., St. Paul, Minn., 1917-18; Nichols School, Buffalo, N. Y., 

1918-. 
ERVIN MOORE MILLER, A.B., A.M., 1918, and B.D., 1919, Univ. 

Chicago. Born, Bingham, Me., Dec. .3, 1887. Pastor, Camden, In- 
diana, 1917; Harvey, 111., 1917-19; Ordained, Harvey, 111., 1918; 

Pastor, Hillsboro, O., 1919-. 
WALTER FRANCIS O'BRIEN, B.S. Born, Lawrence, Mass., Nov. 

22, 1894. Pvt., Inf., U. S. A., 1916; Teacher, Bishop's College Sch., 

Lennoxville, Que., 1917-; Res., 149 Bennington St., Lawrence, Mass. 
ALBERT JAMES O'NEIL, B.S. Born, Nashua, N. H., April 18, 1891. 

Teacher, Baltimore, Md., 1916-17; Derby, Conn., 1917-18; Sea., U. S. 

N., 1918-19; Teacher, Bridgeport, Conn., 1919-. Ad., 9 Mitchell St., 

Nashua, N. H. 
IRVING PERRY, A.B. Born, Chelsea, Mass., Aug. 15, 1893. Inst, 

Country Day -Sch., Brookline, Mass., 1917-18; Pvt. U. S. A., 1918-19; 

With Morse Twist Drill Co., New Bedford, Mass., 1919-. Ad., 49 

Addington Road, Brookline, Mass. 
JAMES HUGH PRINCE, B.S. Born, Portland, Me., July 24, 1890. 

With Swift & Co., Chicago, 111., 1916-. Ad., 617 Veronica St., East 

St. Louis, 111. 
DONALD EGBERT PUTNAM, A.B. Born, Houlton, Me., March 19, 

1894. With N. E. Tel. & Tel. Co., 1916-17; Lieut., Signal Corps, 

U. S. A., 1917-19; Com. Engineer, Amer. Tel. & Tel. Co., 1919- ; 

Louisville, Ky. 
WOODFORD MERCHANT RAND, A.B. Presque Isle, Me. 
JOHN MITCHELL RICHARDSON, B.S. Born, Rockland, Me., Jan. 

26, 1893. With Rockland- Vinalhaven Steamboat Co., 1916-17; Prin. 

High School, Rockport, Me., 1917-. Ad., 43 Granite St., Rockland, 

Me. 

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"ARTHUR BENJAMIN RILEY, A.B. Drowned, Bridgton, Me., July 

11, 191(». 
HERBERT MUIR ROCKWELL, A.B., B.D., Newton Theo. Inst., 1919. 

Born, Dorchester, Mass., Feb. 2?,, 1890; Pastor, Madison Ave. Bapt. 

Ch., Cleveland, 0. 
*VERNE HENRY SANDERSON, A.B. Born, Windsor, Vt., July 8, 

1893. Student, Newton Theo. Inst., 191(3-18; died, Wind.^or, Vt., 

June 1, 1918, aged 24. 
WILHELM KARL SCHUSTER, B.S. Born, Clinton, Mass., Oct. 1, 

1892. Prin. High Sch., Turners Falls, Mass., 1916-18; Physical Dir., 

High Sch., Winchester, Mass., 1918-. 
HARRY GABRIEL SHOHET, A.B. Born in Russia, Aug., 1892. Stu- 
dent, Tufts Med. Sch., 1916- ; Author: Tlie Marainoes, a play, 

(1917); Moses: A Dramatization, (1919). Ad., 134 Humboldt Ave., 

Roxbury, Mass. 
ERNEST CLEVELAND SIMPSON, B.S. Born, VVaterville, Me., Oct. 

25, 1892. Teacher, 1916-17; Pvt., U. S. A.. Ad., Waterville, Me. 
BYRON HARRINGTON SMITH, A.B. Born, Washburn, Me., Sept. 

30, 1892. Chemist, Aluminum Ore Co., East St. Louis, HI., 1916-17; 

Chemist and Testing Engineer, Bath Iron Works, Bath, Me., 1917-. 

Ad., 329 Front St., Bath, Me. 
EVERETT PHOENIX SMITH, B.S. Born, Waterboro, Me., March 1, 

1889. Prin. High Sch., Mattawamkeag, Me., 1916-17; Sub-Mast., 

High Sch., Bar Harbor, Me., 1917; Prin. Potter Acad., Sebago, Me., 

1917-. 
IRVING ROSS STANWOOD, B.S. Born, Needham, Mass., Oct. 7, 

1892. With Winchester Repeating Arms Co., New Haven, Conn. 
Ad., 355 Alden Ave., New Haven, Conn. 

SCOTT DANA STAPLES, B.S. Born, North Haven, Me., Jan. 13, 

1893. Prin. High Sch., Raymond, N. H., 1917; 1st Lieut., Chemical 
Welfare Service, U. S. A., 1917-19; With Standard Textile Products 
Co., Athena, N. J., 1919-. Ad., 620 New York Ave., Lyndhurst, 
N. J. 

NORMAN LUTHER STEVENS, A.B. 

*HAROLD BURTON TAFT, A.B. Born, Uxbridge, Mas.s., Jan. 20, 

1894. Sgt., 4th Inf., U. S. A.; Killed in action near Fismes, France, 
Aug. 3, 1918, aged 24. 

LYMAN IRVING THAYER, B.S. Born, Newark, N. J., July 28, 1893. 

Student, Medical Sch., Columbia Univ., 1916- Ad., Ballston Spa., 

N. Y. 
CRAWFORD ALVAH TREAT, B.S. Born, Searsport, Me., Aug. 20, 

1892. Salesman, Boston, Mass., 1916-17; Accountant, Millinocket, 

Me., 1917-. 

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CLASS OF 1917 



WILBUR JAMES BLADES, B.S. Pvt. C. A., U. S. A. 

HAROLD SPENCER BROWN, B.S. Born, Fairfield, Me., Nov. 1, 
1894. Sgt, 1st class. Aviation Corps, U. S. A., 1917-19 ;With Indi- 
anapolis Paper Co., Indianapolis, Ind. 

GEORGE FRED LULL BRYANT, B. S. Bom, Pittsfield, Me., April 
20, 1893. 1st Lieut, Engineers, U. S. A.; Overseas service, 1918- 
19; Teacher, North Berwick, Me. 

ELMER WILMOT CAMPBELL, B.S. Born, Presque Isle, Me., June 
29, 1896. U. S. N. R. F., 1917-19, Ensign; Business, Rockland, Me. 

EDWARD DENNIS CAWLEY, B.S. Born, Lowell, Mass., Dec. 25, 

1894. Coal business, Lowell, Mass.; Ensign, U. S. N.; Ad., 85 
Rogers St., Lowell, Mass. 

ALBERT BEVERLY GROSSMAN, B.S. Born, Needham, Mass., 

March 16, 1895. Asst. Chemist, Aetna Explosives Co., 1917-18; 

U. S. Inspector, High Explosives, Kingston, N. Y., 1918-19; Chemist, 

Boway Chemical Co., Elizabeth, N. J. 
LLOYD LESTER DAVIS, B.S. Born, Somerset, N. S., June 14, 1893. 

Texas S. S. Co., Bath, Me.; Canadian army, 1917-19; So. Paris, Me. 
JOSEPH HERBERT DEASY, B.S. Corp., Inf., U. S. A.; ad., Houlton, 

Me. 
FOSTER EATON, A.B. Waterville, Me. 
WILLIAM HELMS ERBB, B.S. Born, Kingston, N. B., Dec. 14, 1894. 

Sgt., U. S. A., 1917-19; Student, London Univ., 1919; Teacher, Riggs 

Sch., Lakeville, Conn., 1919-. 
JOHN FRANCIS EVERETT, A.B. Born, Worthington, Mass., Jan. 

1, 1894. Sgt., U. S. A., 1917-19; Salesman, 53 East Broadway, 

Butte, Mont., 1919-. 
CARROLL BENJAMIN FLANDERS, B.S. Born, Hartland, Me., Aug. 

1, 1893. Prin. High Sch., Clinton, Me.; 2d Lieut., F. A., U. S. A. 

Ad., 195 Williams St., New London, Conn. 
DONALD BROWN FLOOD, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me., May 10, 

1896. Ensign, U. S. N., 1917-18; Broker's clerk, 1918- Ad., 90 

Shore Drive, Winthrop, Mass. 
HAROLD EVERETT HALL, A.B. Born, Oxford, Me., May 8, 1897. 

Inst. Languages, Adirondack-Flcrida Sch., Onchiota, N. Y., 1917-18; 

Pvt., Inf., U. S. A., 1918-19; Inst., Languages, High Sch., Portland, 

Me., 1919-. Ad., 541 Cumberland Ave., Portland, Me. 
FRANCIS EDWARD HEATH, B.S. Born, Skowhegan, Me., Dec. 17, 

1895. Priv., Ordnance Dept., U. S. A., 1918-19. Ad., 60 Front St., 
Waterville, Me. 

LELAND DAVID HEMENWAY, A.B. Born, Hope, Mc., May 14, 

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1895. Prin. High Sch., Harrington, Me., 1917-18; 2d Lieut., Ord- 
nance Dept., U. S. A., 1918-19; Inst. Physics, Simmons Col., Boston, 
Mass., 1919-. 

GEORGE LEROY HOLLEY, B.S. Corp., U. S. A., 1917-19. Ad., 246 
West 136th St., New York City. 

RALPH BUCHER HUBER, B.S. Corning, N. Y. 

MORRILL LEONARD ILSLEY, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me., Oct. 18, 
1895. Medical Student, Johns Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, Md. 

MAURICE BURTON INGRAHAM, B.S. Born, Houlton, Me., Jan. 24, 
1895. Corp., U. S. A., 1917-19; Salesman, Bangor, Me. 

THOMAS FRANCIS JOYCE, B.S. 1st Lieut., Inf., U. S. A. 

CHARLES WALLACE LAWRENCE, B.S. Born, Lawrence, Mass., 
July 2, 1893. Teacher, Springfield, Vt, 1917-18; Brockton, Mass., 
1918-19; Na.shua, N. H., 1919-. 

GERALD EARLE LEEDS, B.S. Born, Brooklyn, N. Y., April 8, 

1892. Ensign, Flying Corps, U. S. N. R. F., 1917-19. 
THEODORE NATHAN LEVINE, B.S. Born, Waterville, Me., May 

6, 1893. Pvt., U. S. A., 1918-19; Business, Waterville, Me. 
ANDREW COLBY LITTLE, B. S. Born, Boston, Mass., Dec. 11, 1894. 

Ensign, U. S. N. R. F., 1917; Ensign, U. S. N., 1917-18; Lieut., 

U. S. N., 1918-. Ad., 3411 Walnut St., West Philadelphia, Pa. 
THORWALD BERNER MADSEN, A.B. Born, Austad, Norway, Nov. 

19, 1887. Clergyman, 1917-18; Professor, Bible Institute and Acad., 

245 20th Ave., So., Minneapolis, Minn. 
FRED ALBERT POTTLE, A. B. Born, Lovell, Me., Aug. 3, 1897. 

Inst., Hebron Acad., Hebron, Me., 1917; Corp., U. S. A., 1917-19; 

Inst., Deering High Sch., Portland, Me., 1919-. Ad., 25 Glenwood 

Ave., Portland, Me. 
HUGH SPENCER PRATT, A.B. Born, Corning, N. Y., July 16, 1894. 

1st Lieut., Inf., U. S. A., 1917-19; New York Tel. Co., New York, 

N. Y., 1919-. 
CHARLES BRUSO PRICE, B.S. Born, Worcester, Mass., Dec. 23, 

1890. Employment Supervisor, 1917-18, and Asst. Office Supervisor, 

Norton Co., Worcester, Mass., 191S-. 
OSWALD HERDMAN RANKIN, A.B. Born, Bristol, Eng., Feb. 9, 

1883. Pastor, Raymond, Me., 1917-19; Pawtucket, R. I., 1919-. 
EDWARD DONALD RECORD, A.B. Bora, Jay, Me., Sept. 6, 1895. 

Reporter, Hartford Courunt, Hartford, Conn., 1917; Prin. High Sch., 

North New Portland, Me., 1917; Caratunk, Me., 1917-18; Kingfield, 

Me., 1918; Desk Editor, Portland Evening E.rpress, 1918; Prin. High 

Sch., Milbridge, Me., 1918-19; Westfield, Me., 1919-. 
ALBERT RAYMOND ROGERS, B.S. Born, Montague, Me., Aug. 23, 

1893. 1st Lieut, Inf., U. S. A., 1917-19. Ad., Waterville, Me. 
CECIL AUGUSTUS ROLLINS, A.B. Born, Vassalboro, Me., Jan. 30, 

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1893. Inst, Hebron Acad., Hebron, Me., 1917-18; Mus., U. S. A., 
1918-19; Inst. Latin, Colby Col., 1919-. Ad., 2 Sheldon PL, Water- 
ville, Me. 

ALANSON EUGENE SKILLINGS, A.B. Born, Hinckley, Me., May 

12, 1887. Prin. High Sch., Pembroke, Me., 1917-18; Corp., F. A., 

U. S. A., 1918-19; Prin. High Sch., New Gloucester, Me., 1919-. 
RALPH NELSON SMITH, B.S. Born, Worcester, Mass., June 3, 1894. 

Lieut., (j.g.), U. S. N., 1917-19. Ad., 63 Fruit St., Worcester, Mass. 
WILLIAM BURGESS SMITH, A.B. Born, Bridgewater, N. S., March 

24, 1895. Corp., U. S. A., 1917-19. Ad., Rahway, N. J. 
AUBERT NEWCOMB SYLVESTER, B.S. Born, Ashland, Me, March 

5, 1891. Asst. Chemist, Ledoux & Co., New York, N. Y., 1918-19; 

Diamond Match Co., Oswego, N. Y., 1919-. Ad., 121 W. Cayuga St., 

Oswego, N. Y. 
MARK RANDALL THOMPSON, B.S. Born, Brookfield, N. Y., Oct. 

18, 1894. Ensign, U. S. N., 1917-19; Insurance, Boston, Mass. 
DONALD WEBSTER TOZIER, A.B. Born, Fairfield, Me., May 28, 

1894. Inspector, N. E. Insurance Exchange, Waterville, Me. 
HARRY HORATIO UPTON, A.B. Born, St. John, N. B., Nov. 28, 

1885. Pastor, Northeast Harbor, Me., 1917-18; Springvale, Me., 
1918-. Author, Soliloqnies of Joseppo, (1919). 

*GEORGE GLENWOOD WATSON, A.B. Born, Cambridge, Me., Nov. 
20, 1894. Pvt., M. R. C, U. S. A., 1917; died. Camp Logan, Hous- 
ton, Texas, Dec. 30, 1917, aged 23. 

WINTHROP LAMBERT WEBB, A.B. Born, Winthrop, Me., Nov. 30, 

1895. Teacher, Ricker Clas. Inst., Houlton, Me., 1917-18; Portland, 
Me., 1918-. 

RAY ELWYN WHELDEN, B.S. Born, Westbrook, Me., May 20, 1895. 

Pvt., U. S. A., 1917-19. Ad., 438 Main St., Cumberland Mills, Me. 
PAUL GERHARDT WHITTEMORE, A.B. Sgt., F. A., U. S. A. Ad., 

Fayette, Me. 
OLIVER CONRAD WILBUR, B.S. Born, Adams, Mass., June 1, 1890. 

Chemist, E. I. DuPont de Nemours Co., 1917-. Ad., Penns Grove, 

N. J. 
LESTER EDWARD YOUNG, A.B. Born, Lamoine, Me., Sept. 30, 

1892. Teacher, Mitchell Sch., Billerica, Mass., 1917-18, 1919- ; Sgt., 

U. S. A., 1918-19. 

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CLASS OF 1918 

PAUL EUGENE ALDEN, A.B. Born, Westbrook, Me., Nov., 1896. 

Pvt., Inf., U. S. A., 1918; Student, Newton Theo. Inst., 1919-. Ad., 

Newton Centre, Mass. 

GARLETON MOORE BAILEY, A.B. Born, Livermore Falls, Me., 



l'J18 Colby College 

July 31, 1894. U. S. A., 1918-19; Automobile salesman, 1919-. Ad., 

Livermore Falls, Me. 
MERRILL ALBERT BIGELOW, A.B. Born, Riverside, Me., June 

25, 1897. Y. M. C. A., 1918; U. S. A., 1918-19; Auditor, 1919- ; 

Augusta, Me. 
HOWARD GILKEY BOARDMAN, A.B. Born, Islesboro, Me., Aug. 

2.3, 1896. Corp., Inf., U. S. A., 1918-19; Master, Harrisburg Acad., 

Harrisburg, Pa., 1919-. 
JAMES HUGH DUNN, B.S. Born, Boston, Mass., Jan. 26, 1896. 

Inst. History and Elocution, Bordentown Mil. Inst., Bordentown, 

N. J. 
GEORGE EDWIN FERRELL, B.S. 407 Monroe St., Akron, Ohio. 
ROY MITCHELL HAYES, A.B. Born, North Berwick, Me., Oct. 8, 

1892. Sgt., Inf., U. S. A., 1918-19; Inst., Oak Grove Sem., Vassal- 

boro, Me. 
ROSS STANLEY HOLT, B.S. Born, Clinton, Me., June 26, 1897. F. 

A., U. S. A.; Mgr., Farmers' Exchange, Clinton, Me. 
ROGER LAURENCE MARBLE, A.B. Born, Brockton, Mass., Oct. 

8, 1893. Pastor, North Vassalboro, Me., 1917-. 
EUGENE BLISS MARRINER, B.S. Born, March 22, 1894. Clerk, 

Bath Iron Works, 1918-19; Prin. High Sch., North Haven, Me., 

1919; Rangeley, Me., 1919-. 
HARVARD EDGAR MOOR, A.B. Born, Ellsworth, Me., Dec. 20, 1897. 

Oiler in shipyard, Portsmouth, N. H., 1918-19; Student, Mass. Inst. 

Tech., Boston, Mass. 
HERBERT LEE NEWMAN, A.B. Born, Foxcroft. Me., July 12, 1890. 

2d Lieut., F. A., U. S. A., 1918; Pastor, Hebron, Me., 1918-19; Stu- 
dent, Newton Theo. Inst., 1919-. 
RAYMOND HENRY PARKER, B.S. Born, Bluehill, Me., July 6, 1896. 

Pvt., Aviation, U. S. A., 1918; Prin. High Sch., Pembroke, Mass., 

1918-19. 
MILTON ALVAH PHILBROOK, A.B. Born, Vinalhaven, Me., July 31, 

1894. Instructor in navigation, U. S. Merchant Marine, Rockland, 

Me. 
JOHN KEMP POTTLE, A.B. Born, Lovell, Me., July 5, 1895. Teach- 
er, Hebron, Me., 1918-19; Prin. High Sch., Lee, Me., 1919-. 
ELLSWORTH PRINCE, B.S. Born, Waterville, Me., July 20, 1895. 

Sgt., Aviation, U. S. A., 1918-. Res., Madison, Me. 
HUGH LAUGHLIN ROBINSON, A.B. Born, Meriden, N. H., March 

23, 1897. Student, Harvard Med. Sch., Boston, Mass. Res., Water- 
ville, Me. 
ALBERT LESLIE SHOREY, A.B. Born, Oakfield, Me., Oct. 19, 1874. 

Supt. Sch. Union, Ashland, Me., 1918-19; Milo, Me., 1919-. 



Graduates — Men ^1919 

RICHARD LOTHIAN SPRAGUE, B.S. Born, Somerville, Mass., Sept. 

9, 1896. Ensign, U. S. N., 1918-19; With Goodyear Tire & Rubber 

Co.; ad., 407 Monroe St., Ala'on, Ohio. 
RAYMOND CARLYLE WHITNEY, B.S. Born, Cambridge, Me., June 

25, 1895. Pvt., Inf., U. S. A., 1918; Merchant, Cambridge, Me.; 

1st Selectman, 1919-20. 

ELWOOD ARTHUR WYMAN, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me., July 20, 
1896. U. S. N. R. F., 1918-19. Ad., Whitman, Mass. 

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CLASS OF 1919 

RALPH EBBETT BRADBURY, B. S. Born, Houlton, Me., May 23, 

1896. Van Buren, Me. 
ELMER REGINALD CRAIG, B.S. Born, Waterville, Me., Oct. 28, 

1895. U. S. A., 1917-18; Grad. student. Harvard Univ., Cambridge, 

Mass. 
IRA EVERETT CREELMAN, B.S. Born, June 26, 1896. Suffield, 

Conn. 
EDWARD ALEXANDER CRONIN, B.S. Born, Dorchester, Mass., 

Dec. 19, 1895. Ad., Pittsfield, N. H. 
RALPH HUDSON DREW, B.S. Born, New Limerick, Me., Aug. 4, 

1895. Houlton, Me. 

WENTWORTH VINCENT DRISCOLL, B.S. Born, New York, N. Y., 
April 1, 1897. 2d Lieut., Inf., U. S. A.; Teacher, Fairfield, Me. 

GORDON ENOCH GATES, A.B. Born, Warner, N. H., Jan. 11, 1897. 
Student, Harvard Med. Sch., Boston, Mass. 

BENJAMIN SHAW HANSON, A.B. Born, Sanford, Me., Sept. 1.3, 

1896. Pvt., Inf., U. S. A.; Teacher, Staunton Mil. Acad., Staunton, 
Va. 

LINCOLN HEYES, B.S. 'Born, Georgiaville, R. I., March, 1894. U. 

S. N.; Production and efficiency work, 1919-. Attleboro, Mass. 
GEORGE ERNEST INGERSOLL, B.S. Born, Brooklyn, N. Y., April 

5, 1896. Corp., U. S. A. Ad., 135 Essex St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
EVERETT STANLEY MARSHALL, A.B. Gloucester, Mass. 
NEWTON LEROY NOURSE, B.S. Born, Lancaster, N. H., Nov. 28, 

1896. Pvt, U. S. A. Ad., Lancaster, N. H. 
ERNEST JOSEPH PERRY, A.B. Born, Somerville, Mass., Aug. 24, 

1896. Perry Motor Car Co., Lawrence, Mass. 

ALBERT FRANKLIN ROBINSON, A.B. Born, Warren, Me., Nov. 28, 
1895. 2d Lieut. Inf., U. S. A. Ad., Warren, Me. 

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1919 Colby College 

ARTHUR FERDINAND SCOTT, B.S. Born, Coytesville, N. J., Aug. 

14, 1898. Grad. Student, Hai-vard Univ., 1919-. Res., Englewood, 

N. J. 
BURTON EUGENE SMALL, B.S. Pvt., U. S. A. Addison, Me. 
ROBERT EDMUND SULLIVAN, B.S. Born, Camden, N. J., Nov. 9, 

1896. Res., 5016 North 15th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
JULIUS GREEN SUSSMAN, B.S. Born, Cincinnati, 0., April 11, 

1895. Sea., U. S. N.; Student, Mass. Inst. Tech., Boston, Mass. Ad., 

282 Walnut Ave., Roxbury, Mass. 

GALEN FERDINAND SWEET, B.S. Born, Lee, Me., June 22, 1897. 

Sgt, Inf., U. S. A.; Bank clerk, Watei-ville, Me. 
WILLIAM BINYON WEST, B.S. Born, Culverton, Ga., July 18, 1884. 

Culverton, Ga. 
SIDNEY PREBLE WYMAN, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me., June 17, 

1898. 2d Lieut., F. A., U. S. A.; With Steel & Tube Co. of America, 

Chicago, 111. Ad., 6200 Kenwood Ave., Chicago, 111. 

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GRADUATES 



WOMEN'S DIVISION 



CLASS OF 1875 

MARY CAFFREY LOW (Mrs. L. D. Carver), A.B., Litt.D., 1916. 
Born, Waterville, Me. Asst. Coburn Classical Institute, Bath High 
Sch., and Waterville High Sch., 1876-81; Cataloguer, Maine State 
Library, Augusta, Me., 1891-11; Author, historical and literary 
papers, etc. Res., 72 Fayerweather St., Cambridge, Mass. 

1 
CLASS OF 1877 

LOUISE HELEN COBURN, A.B., Litt.D., 1914. Born, Skowhegan, 
Me. Teacher, Cumberland, Me., 1878; Founder Sigma Kappa; State 
Regent, D. A. R., 1909-11; Vice-President General, D. A. R., 1919- ; 
Author, Kennebec and Other Poems, (1916). Res., Skowhegan, Me. 

1 
CLASS OF 1878 

*EMILY PEACE MEADER, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me.; died, Water- 
ville, Me., Sept. 3, 1914. 

*1 
CLASS OF 1879 

HATTIE EMILY BRITTON (Mrs. Willis A. Joy), A.B., A.M., 1899. 

Born, Winslow, Me. Res., Grand Forks, No. Dakota. 
ELIZABETH MATHEWS, A.B., A.M., 1896. Born, Waterville, Me. 
Asst. Monmouth Acad., 1879-81; Teacher of Latin and Drawing, 
Reading, Pa., 1882; since 1892, Instructor in Greek and Latin, Nor-. 
mal College of the City of New York. 

2 
CLASS OF 1880 

MINNIE HARTFORD MATHEWS, (Mrs. Wm. G. Mann), A.B. Born, 
Waterville, Me. Teacher, 1880-82. Res., Westbrook, Me. 



SOPHIA MAY HANSON (Mrs. E. R. Mace), A.B.; A.M., 1884. Born, 
Portland, Me. Asst. Coburn Classical Institute, 1882-84; Teacher, 
Philadelphia, Pa., 1884-87. Res., New Vineyard, Me. 



1881 Colby College 

*KATE ENGLESBY .NORCROSS (Mrs. Louis Rollins), A.B., A.M., 
1884. Born, Burlington, Vt., Oct. 16, 1856; died, Somerville, Mass., 
Oct. 6, 1891, aged 35. 

JENNIE MERRILEES SMITH, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me. Pre- 
ceptress, Derby Acad., Vt., 1883-85; in charge of Ladies' Hall, Colby 
College, 1891-93; Librarian, Public Library, Watei-ville, Me., 1907-. 

CLASS OF 1882 

ORIE OLIVIA BROWN, A.B. Born, New London, Conn. Teacher, 

Chester, N. Y., 1883-84; No. Everett, Mass., 1886-88; Hampton, Va. 

Inst., 1888-91; Pine Ridge, So. Dak., 1891-93; Hampton, Va., 1893-97; 

Derby, Vt. Acad., 1898-99; Newton Lower Falls, Mass. 
MINERVA ELIZA LELAND, A.B.; A.M., 1916. Born, Newton Lower 

Falls, Mass. Grad. student. Harvard, 1910-11; Univ. Chicago, 1912; 

Teacher, since 1887, Nevrton High Sch.; Newton Lower Falls, Mass. 

2 

CLASS OF 1884 

HELEN AMANDA BRAGG, A.B.; A.M.. 1887. Born, Lincolnville, Me. 

Teacher, High Schs., Auburn and Lewiston, Me., 1884-87; High Sch, 

Roxbury, Mass., 1887-1909. 
*SUSAN AMELIA CURTIS, A.B., A.M., 1887. Born, Kennebunk, Me., 

Sept. 1, 1860. Died, Sharon, Mass., Dec. 29, 1891, aged 31. 
MARY AUGUSTA GOULD, A.B., A.M., 1887. Born, Portland, Me. 

Asst. Portland High Sch., 1884-86; stenographer, Portland, Me., 1893- 

1917. Res., Cape Elizabeth, Me. 

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CLASS OF 1885 

BERTHA LOUISE SOULE, A.B.; A.M., 1888. Born, Bath, Me. Asst. 
in High Sch., Bath, 1886-87; Skowhegan, 1887-88; Bath, 1888-1900; 
Bangor, 1900-06; Asst, Manual Training School, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
1906-. Res., Hotel St. George, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1 

CLASS OF 1886 

BESSIE RANDALL WHITE, A.B. Born, North Harpswell, Me. 

Teaching, Somerville, Mass., 1886-93; Girls' High Sch., Brooklyn, 

N. Y., 1893-. 
JULIA ELLA WINSLOW, A.B., A.M., 1889. Born, Fairfield, Mc. 

Asst. Coburn Classical Institute, 1886-89; Asst. GirLs' High School, 

Brooklyn, N. Y., 1889-. 



Graduates — Women 



CLASS OF 1887 

WINIFRED HELEN BROOKS, A.B., A.M., 1890. Born, Augusta, Me. 
Teaching, 1888-92; Mass. Genl. Hosp., 1894-96; Registered nurse, 
1896; Nursing, 1894-1901; Hospital Supt., Northampton, Mass., 
1901-03; Plymouth, Mass., 1903-07; Springfield, Mass., 1908-. 

MAUD ELMA KINGSLEY, A.B., A.M., 1890. Born, East Machias, 
Me. Teacher of English Literature, East Machias, Me. Author of 
Outline Studies in English, (78 vols.) ; Latin OutUne Studies, (10 
vols.) ; Outline Studies in History, (5 vols.) ; Examination Questions 
in Literature, etc. 

ELIZABETH ADAMS MORTIMER, A.B, A.M., 1890. Born, Water- 

ville. Me. Teacher, 1887-93; New Rochelle, N. Y. 
*MARY ELLIS PRAY (Mrs. Ora P. Seward), A.B., A.M., 1890. Born, 

Brunswick, Me., April 26, 1866. Teacher, 1887-98; Graduate Student, 

Univ. of Chicago, 1898-99; died, Mattawan, Mich., Feb. 3, 1913, 

aged 46. 

4— *1 

CLASS OF 1888 

BERTHA LOUISE BROWN, A.B., A.M., 1891. Born, Bangor, Me. 
Asst. High School, Georgetown, Colorado, 1888-91; Somerville, Mass., 
1891-95; Private School, Bangor, 1899-1909; Bangor, Me. 

MARY EDITH FARR (Mrs. Woodman Bradbury), A. B. Born, Oak- 
land, Me. Teacher, Cedar Valley Seni., Osage, Iowa. 1888-93; Grad. 
Student, Univ. of Chicago, 1893-94; Res., Newton Centre, Mass. 

LILLIAN FLETCHER (Mrs. Geo. H. Smiley), A.B. Born, Newport, 
N. H. Asst. Wayland Sem., Washington, D. C, 1888-89; Minne- 
waska, N. Y. 

EDITH MERRILL (Mrs. Geo. N. Kurd), A.B., A.M., 1891. Born, 
Dover, Me. Teacher, Foxcroft Acad., 1888-89; Georgetown, Colo., 
1889-91; Denver, Colo., 1891-99; Examiner, Bureau of CivU Service, 
Manila, P. I., 1902-10. Res., 256 So. Norton Ave., Los Angeles, 
Calif. 

*ALICE ELIZABETH SAWTELLE (Mrs. Herbert Randall), A.B. 
Ph.D., Yale, 1896. Born, San Francisco, Cal. Teacher, 1888-93; 
died, Dec. 9, 1909. 

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CLASS OF 1889. 

HATTIE MAY PARMENTER, A.B. Born, Boston, Mass. Asst. High 
Sch., Norway, Me., 1889-90; Waterville, 1890-92; Northfield Sem., 
E. Northfield, Mass., 1892-1900. Ad., Waterville, Me. 



1889 Colby College 

*MARY LILLIAN TOBEY (Mrs. M. E. Holt), A.B. Born, Norridge- 
wock, Me., Sept. 25, 1865. Teacher, Westbrook, Me., H. Sch., and 
The Eaton School, Norridgewock, Me., 1889-93; died, Norridgewock, 
Me., Feb. 23, 1914, aged 48. 

2— *1 

CLASS OF 1890 

ANNA SARAH CUMMINGS, A.B., A.M., 1893. Born, Fairfax, Vt. 
Asst. High Sch., Dover, N. H., 1890-91; Mt. Vernon, Mass., 1891-93; 
Lady Principal, Vermont Acad., Saxton's River, Vt., 1893-99; Gradu- 
ate Student, Leland Stanford Univ., 1899-1900, 1901-02; Head Train- 
ing Dept., Marshall College, Huntington, West Va., 1902-08 and 1910- 
17; Student, Grenoble and Univ. of Paris, 1908-09; W. Va. State 
Univ. Instructor, 1903-08, 1911-17; Supervisor Field Staff Pot. Div., 
A. R. C, 1919-. Ad., 411 18th St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 

ANNIE EATON LITTLEFIELD, A.B. Born, Saco, Me. Residence, 
Saco, Me. 

CORNIE MAYNARD SPEAR (Mrs. W. L. Lovell), A.B. Born, Kenne- 
bunk, Me. Asst. Wilton Acad.; High Sch., Lakeport, N. H.; High 
Sch., Portland, Me.; Hd. Latin Dept., High Sch., Easthampton, Mass., 
1904-. Res., 7 Payson Lane, Easthampton, Mass. 

ADELAIDE FLORENCE TRUE (Mrs. Edward Ellery), A.B., A.M., 
1893, and Radcliffe, 1902. Born, Bradford, Me. Principal, High 
Sch., Barre, Mass., 1890-94; Travel and study in Europe, 1894-95; 
Prin. Acadia Sem., Wolfville, N. S., 1895-99; Graduate Student, Rad- 
cliffe College, 1900-02; Vice-Prin., Vermont Acad., Saxton's River, 
Vt., 1903-09. Res., Schenectady, N. Y. 



CLASS OF 1891 



EFFIE CYNTHIA DASCOMB (Mrs. E. L. Adams), A.B. Born, 
Wilton, Me. Teacher, 1891-98. Residence, 11 Illinois St., Central 
Falls, R. I. 

EMELINE MARBLE FLETCHER (Mrs. C. E. Dickerson), A.B., A.M., 
1894.- Born, Waterville, Me. Teacher, Mt. Hermon School, 1891- 
94; St. Martins, N. B., 1894-95. Res., East Northfield, Mass. 

MARY SOPHRONIA MORRILL (Mrs. R. L. ILsley), A.B. Born, Hart- 
land, Me. Res., Washington, D. C. 

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CLASS OF 1892 

NELLIE STUART BAKEMAN (Mrs. W. N. Donovan), A.B. Born, 
Newburyport, Mass. Asst. Coburn Classical Institute, 1892-93; 
Financial agent. Women's Division, Colby, 1893-94; Asst. Latin High 
Sch., Somerville, Mass., 1894-95. Res., Newton Center, Mass. 

20G 



Graduates — Women 1893 

GRACE MARIA CUMMINGS, A.B. Born, Essex, Conn. Grad. stu- 
dent, Leland Stanford Univ., 1901-02; Grenoble and Univ. of Paris, 
1908-09; Literary and social work. Ad., 1124 11th St., N. W., 
Washington, D. C. 

DORA FAY KNIGHT (Mrs. G. A. Andrews), A.B. Born, West 
Boylston, Mass. Teacher, 1892-94. Res., Los Angeles, Calif. 

*GERTRUDE LYNDE RANDALL (Mrs. A. M. Cummings), A.B. 
Born, Boston, Mass. Residence, Maiden, Mass., to 1907; died. No. 
Harpswell, Me., Aug. 1, 1908. 

DORA MAY SIBLEY, A.B. Born, Sidney, Me. Teacher, Gloucester, 
Mass. 



CLASS OF 1893 

HELEN REED BEEDE (Mrs. W. P. Breneman), A.B. Born, Nashua, 
N. H. Teacher, 3 years; student, 1 year, Bible Normal Coll., Wor- 
cester, Mass. Res., 33 Davis Ave., Auburn, Me. 

KATHERINE BERRY (Mrs. J. F. Tilton), A.B., A.M., 1896. Born, 
Houlton, Me. Teacher, Gardiner, Me., 1893-94; Houlton, 1894-97. 
Res., Portland, Me. 

MARY EMMA BICKMORE (Mrs. F. F. Tefft) , A.B., 1918. Teacher, 
Thomaston, Me., 1893-95; Mt. Vernon, N. Y., 1895-1901; New York 
City, 1901-. Res., 186 So. Columbus Ave., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

GRACE MAUD COBURN (Mrs. G. 0. Smith), A.B., A.M., George 
Washington Univ., 1900. Born, Skowhegan, Me. Grand Pres., 
Sigma Kappa Sorority, 1909-11. Res., Washington, D. C. 
■LORA GRACE CUMMINGS (Mrs. E. P. Neal), A.B. Born, Saco, Me. 
Asst. High Sch., Skowhegan, Me., 1893-96; Brigham Acad., Bakers- 
field, Vt., 1896-1900; High Sch., West Boylston, Mass., 1901; Memb. 
Women's Council for National Defense, 1917-18. Res., West Boyls- 
ton, Mass. 

LIZZIE THERESE HUSSEY, A.B. Born, Skowhegan, Me. Magazine 
writer; Librarian, 1914-. Res., Skowhegan, Me. 

MABEL MAUD IRISH, A.B. Born, Lewiston, Me. Teacher, Win- 
chendon, Mass.; Good Will Farm; Rumford, Me.; Mexico, Me.; 
Buck-field, Me., 1894-1910. Res., Buckfield, Me. 

LUCIA HASKELL MORRILL, A.B., A.M., 1896. Born, Canaan, Me. 
Asst. Gould's Acad., Bethel, 1894-95; Hallowell, l«95-98; Teacher of 
Latin, Ricker Class. Inst., 1898-1903. Res., Watervllle, Me. 

MARY EMILY SPEAR, A.B. Born, Kennebunk, Me. Teacher, 5 
years; office work, 2 years; nurse in training, Mass. Gen. Hosp., 1 
year. Forest Hills, Mass. 



1893 Colby College 

EVANGELINE TAYLOR (Mrs. L. R. McKenzie), A.B. Born, Hamp- 
den, Me. Asst. Me. Central Inst., Pittsfield, Me., 1893-95; High Sch., 
Danielson, Conn., 1895-1900; Preceptress, Me. Central Inst., 1900-01; 
Hampden, Me. 



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CLASS OF 1894 



SADIE LOANTHA BROWN (Mrs. Freeland Howe), A.B., A.M., 1897. 
Born, Stetson, Me. Teacher, High Sch., Grafton, Mass., 1895-96; 
Hampden Acad., Me., 1896-1902; Stetson, Me. 

MARY LANE CARLETON, A.B. Born, Portland, Me. Stenographer; 
Cumberland Mills, Me., 1895-1915; Sec'y to the President, Colby 
College, 1915-17; Stenographer, Cumberland Mills, Me., 1917-. 

FRANCES ELIZABETH CHUTTER, A.B. Born, Somersetshire, Eng- 
land. Asst. Coburn Classical Institute, Waterville, Me., 1894-95; 
Dow Acad., N. H., 1896-98; foreign travel, 1898-1900; Literary work, 
East Northfield, Mass; Author, Art-Literature Readers; Ed., North- 
field Calendar, since 1916. 

LILLIE MAY HAZELTON (Mrs. W. B. Tuthill), A.B. Preceptress, 
Higgins Classical Inst., 1894-96. Res., Framingham, Mass. 

ELINOR FRANCES HUNT (Mrs. W. F. Jones), A.B. Born, Pitts- 
field, Me. Asst. High Sch., Norway, Me., 1894-97; Norway, Me. 

CLARA GORDON JONES (Mrs. G. H. D. L'Amoureux), A.B. Born, 
Portland, Me. Teacher, 1894-97. Res., Springfield, Mass. 

ANNIE ELIZABETH MERRILL, A.B., A.M., 1897. Born, Dover, Me. 
Teacher, High Sch., Dexter, Me., 1894-95; Acad., E. Corinth, Me., 
1896-98; High Sch., Ayer, Mass., 1899-1901; Wakefield, Mass., 1901- 
02; Woonsocket, R. I., 1903-. Res., 38 Highland St., Woonsocket, 
R. I. 

CLARA PRESCOTT MORRILL, A.B., A.M., 1897. Born, Canaan, Me. 
Teaching. Ad., Waterville, Me. 

FRANCES HORTON MORRILL, A.B., A.M., 1897. Born, Canaan, Me. 
Teacher. Ad., Waterville, Me. 

ANNIE MAUD RICHARDSON (Mrs. C. P. Barnes), A.B. Born, 
Norway, Me. Teacher, Higgins Classical Inst., 1894-95; High Sch., 
Norway, Me., 1895-96. Res., Houlton, Me. 

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CLASS OF 1895 

* ALICE MABEL BRAY, (Mrs. John Hedman), A.B. Born, Lynn, 
Mass., Feb. 28, 1869. Died, Skowhegan, Me., Oct. 12, 1897, aged 28. 

CLIO MELISSA CHILCOTT, A.B., A.M., 1898. Born, Ellsworth, Me. 
Teacher of French, Ellsworth, 1895-99; High Sch., Newburyport, 
Mass., 1899-1908; Boston, Mass., 1908-13; Washington Irving H. S., 

208 



Graduates — Women 1896 

New York City, 1913- ; Student, Paris, France, 1907; Harvard Univ., 
1907-08; L'Institut Francaise, Paris, 1913. 

EMMA ABBIE FOUNTAIN, A.B., A.M., Columbia, 1902; Master's 
Diploma, Teachers Col., 1902. Born, Camden, Me. Teacher, High 
Sch., Waterville, Me., 1895-1901; Mt. Vernon, N. Y., 1902-05; Flu.sh- 
ing, N. Y., 1905-. 

LINDA GRAVES, A.B. Born, Bowdoinham, Me. Teacher, Portland, 
Me., 1895-1901; Rockland, Mass., 1901-06; Westfield, Mass., 1906-. 

LILA PENDLETON HARDEN, (Mrs. W. 0. Hersey), A.B. Born, 
Angora, Pa. Teacher, High Sch., Wayland, Mass., 1896-98; Gram- 
mar Sch., Everett, Mass., 1898-1902. Res., 58 Columbia Rd., Port- 
land, Me. 

MARY BLANCHE LANE, A.B., A.M., 1898. Born, Biddeford, Me. 
Teacher, Waterville, Me., 1895-1901; Hingham, Mass., 1901-00. Res., 
Wakefield, Mass. 

LILY SAWYER PRAY, A.B. Born, Bath, Me. Teacher, 1895-1905; 
Post office clerk, Bath, Me., 1905-. 

CLARA BELLE TOZIER, (Mrs. D. C. Miller), A.B. Born, Fairfield, 
Me. Teacher, 1895-1918. Res., Farming-ton, N. H. 

CARRIE MABEL TRUE, A.B.; A.M., Radcliffe, 1902. Born, Water- 
ville, Me. Teacher, Westbrook Sem., 1895-98; High Sch., Water- 
ville, Me., 1898-1900; Concord, N. H., 1901-05; Coburn Clas. Inst., 
Waterville, Me., 1905-10; Grad. student, Columbia Univ., 1911-12; 
Teacher, Lasell Sem., Auburndale, Mass., 1912-. 

MADGE SHIRLEY WILSON, (Mrs. W. L. Gray), A.B., A.M., 1898. 
Born, So. Paris, Me. Res., So. Paris, Me. 

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CLASS OF 1896 

MYRTICE DEERING CHENEY, A.B. Born, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 
Asst. Cony High Sch., Augusta, Me., 1896-97; since 1897, Head 
Math. Dept., Deering High Sch., Portland, Me. Res., Woodfords, Me. 

MARY SYBIL CROSWELL, A.B.; M.D., Tufts, 1903. Born, Farming- 
ton, Me. Asst. Wilton Acad., Wilton, Me., 1896-99; Physical Di- 
rector and Resident Physician, Women's Dept., Colby College, 1905- 
09; Los Angeles, Calif., 1911-13; Farmington, Me., 1913-. 

FLORENCE ELIZABETH DUNN, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me. 
Teacher, High Sch., Waterville, 1896-1900; Student, N. Y. State 
Library Sch., Albany, N. Y., 1900-02; occasional library cataloguing 
and organization, 1902-09; Inst. Latin, Women's Div., Colby Col., 
1909-11; Trustee, Waterville Pub. Lib., 1915-. Res., Waterville, Me. 

ADA EVELYN EDGECOMB, A.B. Born, Wappingers Falls, N. Y. 
Teaching, Augusta, Me., 189S-. Res., Hallowell, Me. 

ETHEL ELIZABETH FARR, (Mrs. C. B. Kimball), A.B. Born, Oak- 

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land, Me. Asst. Cony High Sch., Augusta, Me., 1896-190.5; High 
Sch., Bridgewater, Mass., 1905-07. Res., Wollaston, Mass. 

LUTIE MAY FRENCH, (Mrs. H. E. Tufts), A.B. Born, Lovell, Me. 

CARO LEAH HOXIE, A.B., A.M., 1899. Born, Fairfield, Me. Asst. 
High Sch., Calais, Me., 1896-1900; High Sch., Waterville, 1900-08; 
Asst. High Sch., Portland, Me. 

GERTRUDE LOIS ILSLEY, A.B. Born, Springvale, Me. Asst. 
Higgins Class. Inst., Charleston, Me., 1896-98; High Sch., Rockland, 
Me., 1900-06. Res., Middlebury, Vt. 

SARA BLANCHE MATHEWS, (Mrs. J. M. Goodman) A.B. Born, 
Monson, Me. Teacher, 1890-94, 1897-98; Y. W. C. A. Secretary, 
1898-1915. Res., 2321 Southern Boulevard, New York City. 

MARTHA CLARA MESERVE, A.B., A.M., 1909. Born, Limerick, 
Me. Teacher, Lowville, N. Y., 1896-97; Silver Peak, Nevada, 1898- 
99; Reno, Nev., 1899-1903; New York City, 1903-07; Brooklyn, N. 
Y., 1907-. Res., 20 High St., Glen Ridge, N. J. 

EDNA SWETT MOFFATT, (Mrs. Richard Collins), A.B.; A.M., 1899. 
Born, East Machias, Me. Asst. Washington Acad., E. Machias, 
1896-98; High Sch., No. Brookfield, Mass., 1898-1900; Newburyport, 
Mass., 1900-03. Res., 837 Main St., Waltham, Mass. 

JESSIE ELIZABETH PEPPER (Mrs. F. M. Padelford), A.B., A.M., 
1899. Born, Chester, Pa. Asst., Coburn Class. Inst., Waterville, 
Me., 1896-99. Res., 4710 20th Ave. N. E., Seattle, Wash. 

ETHEL MAE PRATT (Mrs. F. W. Peaks), A.B. Born, Clinton, Me. 
Teacher, Winthrop and Vinalhaven, Me., 1897-99. Res., Athol, 
Mass. 

OLIVE LOUISE ROBBINS (Mrs. W. W. Haviland), A.B. Born, 
Winthrop, Me. Teacher of Eng. Lit., Friends' Select Sch., Phila- 
delphia, 1896-1902. Res., Lansdowne, Pa. 

EVELYN MAE WHITMAN (Mrs. H. N. Pratt), A.B. Born, Minot, 
Me. Teacher, Waterville, Me., 1896-98; Beverley, Mass., 1898-1900; 
Cambridge, Mass., 1900-03; Portland, Me., 1903-07. Res., Skowhe- 
gan. Me. 

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CLASS OF 1897 

MERCY AGNES BRANN, A.B. Born, Dover, Me. Asst. High Sch., 
Bar Harbor, Me., 1897-98; Graduate Student in English, Yale Univ., 
1898-99; 1900-01, and 1904-05; Instr. in English, Vassar College, 
1902-04; High Sch., Hartford, Conn., 1905-. Res., 34 Whiting Lane, 
Hartford, Conn. 

GRACE GATCHELL, A.B. Born, Lisbon Centre, Me. Teacher, High 
Sch., Southborough, Mass., 1897-98; Haverhill, Mass., 1898-1901; 
Cohasset, Mass., 1901-07; Somerville, Ma.ss., 1907-. 

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HELEN MacGR-EGOR HANSCOM (Mrs. W. H. Hill), A.B.; A.M., 
Radcliff, 1915. Born, East Machias, Me. Teacher, 1897-1907. Res., 
2 Waban St., Wellesley, Mass. 

EDITH BRAGG HANSON (Mrs. H. L. Gale), A.B. Born, Peabody, 
Mass. Res., Medford, Mass. 

HARRIET FLORENCE HOLMES, A.B. Born, Eastport, Me. Teach- 
ing, H. S., Ft. Fairfield, Me., 1898-1900; Virginia Union Univ., 1900- 
02; Ricker Clas. Inst., 1903-06; Colby Acad., New London, N. H., 
1906-09; Grand Island Col., Grand Island, Neb., 1909-11. Res., East- 
port, Me. 

ANNIE LEE KNIGHT, A.B. Born, Portland, Me. Teacher, High 
Sch., Merrimac, Mass., 1897-98; Hebron Acad., 1900-01; High Sch., 
Springvale, Me., 1901-04; Hebron Acad., 1904-10; High Sch., Port- 
land, Me., 1910-. Res., 26 Bramhall St., Portland, Me. 

HELEN FRANCES LAMB, A.B. Born, Clinton, Me. Stenographer, 
1901-03; Teacher, 1903-14; Prop. Business Sch., Brooklyn, N. Y., 
1914-. Ad., 373 Eighth St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

ETHEL MAUD LARRABEE, A.B. Born, Gardiner, Me. Teacher, 
Attleboro, Mass., Wilton, N. H., and Rockland, Me.; Contrib. to 
various juvenile publications. Res., Gardiner, Me. 

OCTAVIA WHITING MATHEWS, A.B. Born, Monson, Me. Teacher, 
5 years; Missionary, Am. Bd. C. F. M., Guadalajara, Mexico, 1904- 
09; Teaching, 1911-. Res., Vineyard Haven, Mass. 

TENA PATTERSON McCALLUM, A.B. Born, Warren, Me. Teach 
er, 1897-99; Supt. Sch., Warren, Me., 1902-05; Asst. Postmaster, 
1906-14; Bank Clerk, 1914-15. Res., Warren, Me. 

ELMIRA STARR NELSON (Mrs. A. H. Jones), A.B. Born, Port- 
land, Me. Teacher, 1897-1902. Res., 443 Riverside St., Portland, 
Me. 

ALICE LOUISE NYE (Mrs. E. D. Fite), A.B. Born, West Gardiner, 

Me. Res., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 
*MARTHA DUNLAP TRACY, A.B. Born, Norway, Me, Feb. 9, 1875. 

Teacher of history, High Sch., Lawrence, Mass., 1897-1912; died, 

Augusta, Me., Feb. 12, 1919, aged 44. 

HATTIE BEATTY VIGUE (Mrs. M. W. Bessey), A.B. Born, Water- 
ville, Me. Teacher, 3 years; Stenographer, 1 year. Res., Water- 
ville. Me. 

NINA GERTRUDE VOSE (Mrs. P. H. Greeley), A.B. Born, Skow- 
hegan. Me. Teacher, 1 year. Res., Farmington, N. H. 

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CLASS OF 1898 

LENORA BESSEY, A.B. Born, Sidney, Me. Teacher. Res., Stone- 
ham, Mass. 

ALICE LENA COLE (Mrs. Gustave A. Kleene), A.B. Born, Hope, 
Me. Teacher, Hartford Hig-h Sch., 1898-1907; Author, Kirstin 
(drama), (1913); Women and War Work, (1918). Res., 689 Asylum 
Ave., Hartford, Conn. 

EDITH MORRIS COOK, A.B. Born, Vassalboro, Me. Student, State 
Normal Sch., Framingham, Mass., 1898-99; Teacher, High Sch., 
Maynard, 1899-1901; Southbridge, Mass., 1901-05; High Sch., 
Brockton, Mass., 1905-. Res., 162 Warren Ave., Brockton, Mass. 

EDNA FLORENCE DASCOMBE (Mrs. W. B. Truesdell), A.B. Asst. 
Wilton Acad., 1899-1904. Res., New York City. 

MARY HOPE DOW, A.B. Born, Ludlow, Me. Prin. Acad., Royalton, 
Mass., 1898-99; Tutor, Pocahontas, Va., 1899-1900; Prin. Gram. 
Sch., Paxton, Mass., 1900-01; Dexter, Me., 1901-02; Corresp. Sch., 
1902-03; Asst. High Sch., Vinalhaven, Me., 1903-04; Presque Isle, 
1904-06; Winslow, 1906-09. Res., Bar Harbor, Me. 

MARY CAROLINE EVANS (Mrs. J. E. Stephenson), A.B. Born, 
Fairfield, Me. Teacher of music, 1898-1911. Res., 1200 W. Por- 
phyry St., Butte, Mont. 

MABEL ANNE HUMPHREY, A.B. Born, North Bradford, Me. 
Asst. Higgins Class. Inst., 1898-1907; Instr., Normal Sch., Bridge- 
water, Mass., 1908; Asst. High Sch., Bangor, Me., 1908-. 

ANNIE HUTCHINSON PEPPER (Mrs. E. W. Varney), A.B. Born, 
Upland, Pa. Teacher, 2 years. Res., 34 Tyler Ter., Newton Centre, 
Mass. 

ELSIE GORDON REID (Mrs. F. P. H. Pike), A.B. Born, Gloucester, 
Mass. Teacher, Greenwich, N. J., Rumford and Mexico, Me., 1900- 
06. Res., 15 Hastings St., West Roxbury, Mass. 

LAURA HATTIE SMITH (Mrs. S. L. Clark), A.B. Born, Silver 
City, Idaho. Teacher, 1898-1909; 1910-. Res., 27 Kenberma Rd., 
Dorchester, Mass. 

EDNA HARRIET STEPHENS (Mrs. A. N. Delano), A.B., M.D., 
Boston Univ., 1903. Born, Norway, Me. Interne, Women's Homeo- 
pathic Hosp., Philadelphia, Pa., 1903-04, and Resident Physician, 
1905 ; Physician, Somerville, Mass., 1906-13. Res., Dorchester, Mass. 

JANET CHRISTINE STEPHENS (Mrs. C. W. Boj-nton), A.B. Born, 
Norway, Me. Portland, Mo. 

HELEN GERTRUDE SULLIVAN (Mrs. B. C. Richardson), A.B. Born, 
Buxton, Me. Teacher, High Sch., Bar Harbor, Me., 1898-99. Res., 
12 Merlin St., Dorchester Centre, Mass. 



Graduates — Women 1899 

INA SUSAN TAYLOR (Mrs. E. C. Hooper), A.B. Born, Winslow, 

Me. Teacher, 2 years. Res., Winslow, Me. 
CAROLINE BLANCH WALKER (Mrs. J. O. Wellman), A.B. Born, 
Minot, Me. Teaching, 1S98-1906. Ad., Newmarket, N. H. 

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HELEN HORTENSE BOWMAN (Mrs. A. A. Thompson), A.B. Born, 
Sidney, Me. Teacher, High Sch., Middletown, Conn., 1899-1902; 
Res., West Hartford, Conn. 

JENNIE MAUD BUCK, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me. Asst. Cherry- 
field Acad., Me., 1899-1901; High Sch., Warren, Mass., 1901-09; 
Thon-mston, Conn., 1909-. 

*ALICE WHITE CHASE, A.B. Born, Rockland, Me. Teacher, 1 
year; Graduate Student, Yale Univ., 1 year; died, Nov. 11, 1909. 

RACHEL JONES FOSTER (Mrs. C. H. Whitman), A.B. Born, 
Woodfords, Me. Teacher, one year; librarian, one year. Res., 116 
Lincoln Ave., New Brunswick, N. J. 

ELEVIA BELLE HARRIMAN (Mrs. H. L. York), A.B. Born, Pros- 
pect, Me. Teacher, 1901; Library work, 1901-02; Proof reading, 
1902-06. Res., 296 Ashmont St., Dorchester Centre, Mass. 

MAUDE LOUISE HOXIE (Mrs. G. A. Martin), A.B. Born, North 
Fairfield, Me. Prin. Maiden St. Sch., Revere, Mass., 1899-1902. 
Res., St. Johnsbury, Vt. 

*ANNIE HANSCOME HULL, A.B. Born, Deering, Me., April 14, 
1873. Matron of Rosemary Fresh Air Cottage, Eliot, Mass., 1900- 
03; Teacher, High Sch., Deering, 1903-07; died, Portland, Me., Dec. 
13, 1907, aged 34. 

ALICE FREEMAN LOWE (Mrs. W. W. Brown), A.B. Born, Water- 
ville, Me. Teacher, 1899-1901. Res., Old Town, Me. 

ETTA FRANCES PURINGTON (Mrs. Ernest Parsons), A.B. Born, 
North Jay, Me. Teacher, Quincy, Mass., 1899-1900; North Jay, Me., 
1901-02; High Sch., Livermore Falls, 1902. Res., North Jay, Me. 

ALICE MAY PURINTON, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me. Boston Nor- 
mal Sch., 1900-01; Teacher, Charlestown, Mass., 1901-03; Book- 
keeper, Horace Purinton Co., Waterville, Me., 1903-. 

GRACE LILLIAN RUSSELL, A.B., W. Va. Univ., 1902. Born, Nor- 
rldgewock, Me. H. S. Instructor, Me. and N. H., 11 years; Teach- 
ers Training Course, Montgomery, Ala., 2 years; Clerk, office of 
Quartermaster General, Washington, D. C, 1918-. Ad., 126 W. 
Front St., Skowhegan, Me. 

AGNES CORRINNA STETSON, A.B. Born, Trenton, Me. Teaching. 
Res., Waterville, Me. 

*JOSIE ANNIE TOWARD (Mrs. W. O. Davis), A.B. Born, Skow- 
hegan, Me. Teacher, 1 year; died, March 29, 1911. 

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JOSEPHINE THOMAS WARD, A.B. Born, China, Mc. Res., Augusta, 
Me. 

14— *3 

CLASS OF 1900 

LULU MAE AMES (Mrs. E. E. Ventres), A.B. Teacher, Coburn 

Class. Inst., 1900-05. Res., Agawam, Mass. 
ETHELYN MARGUERITE BRACKETT, Ph.B. Born, Pittsfield, Mc. 

Teacher, 1 year; Newport, Me. 
GRACE EMMA CHANEY (Mrs. E. E. Masterman), A.B. Born, East 

Wilton, Me. Teacher, Eliot, Me., 1900-01; Kittery, Me., 1901-06; 

Portsmouth, N. H., 1906-07. Res., Jay, Me. 
*HATTIE ALMA HARLOW, A.B. Born, Gardiner, Me. Teacher, 2 

years; died, 1906. 
GRACE BELLE HOLDEN, Ph.B. Born, Ros.selle, N. J. Teacher, 8 

years. Res., Acton, Mass. 
EMMA FRANCES HUTCHINSON, A.B. Born, Skowhegan, Me. 

Teacher. Res., 455 Main St., Stoneham, Mass. 
MARY GERTRUDE LEMONT (Mrs. I. F. Ingraham), A.B. Born, 

Richmond, Me. Teacher, New York. 
MARION THOMPSON OSBORNE (Mrs. D. G. Matheson), A.B. 

Born, Waterville, Me. Teacher, 1902-06; Bookkeeper, 1906-14. Res., 

35 Quincy St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
MARY GARDNER PHILBROOK (Mrs. V. H. Dunning), A.B. Born, 

Augusta, Me. Teacher, Salem, Mass., and Augusta, Me. Res., 

31 Channing St., Wollaston, Mass. 
GERTRUDE MABEL PIKE (Mrs. C. F. Towne) A.B. Born, West- 

boro, Mass. Res., Winthrop Highlands, Mass. 
ETHEL MAY RUSSELL, A.B. Born, Weld, Me. Teaching, 1900-07; 

Clerk, 1911-. Res., Augusta, Me. 
MARY SEWALL SMALL, A.B. Born, Woodfords, Mc. Teacher, 

1900-14; Head Commercial Dept., H. S., and Asst. Supt. Sch., We.st- 

brook, Me., 1914-. 
MATTIE WILMA STUBBS, A.B. Born, Bucksport, Me. Teaching, 

1900-08; Student in France, 1908-09; Teaching, 1909-10; Literary 

work, 1910-; Author, How Europe IFn.s ll'on for Clirinlianily, 

(1913); Contrib. to more than twenty periodicals. Res., 11 Union 

Place, Bangor, Me. 
CARRIE MAY TOZIER, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me. Teacher, High 

Sch., Wrentham, Mass., 1900-03; Dalton, Mass., 1903-06; Medford, 

Mass., 1906-. Res., 30 Thorpe St., Somerville, Mass. 

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CLASS OF 1901 

MARY EMMA BLAISDELL (Mrs. A. T. Belknap), A.B. Born, 

Lyman, Me. Res., 511 W. 10th St., Grand Island, Neb. 
MARY GENEVRA BRAGG (Mrs. A. F. Weston), Ph.B. Born, North 

Sidney, Me. Nurses training Sch., Maiden, Mass., Hosp., 1901-05. 

Res., Keene, N. H. 
RHENA LOUISE CLARK (Mrs. G. A. Marsh), A.B. Born, Portland, 

Me. Teaching-, 1901-05. Res., Scarsdale, N. Y. 
MABEL GRACE FARRAR (Mrs. A. E. Linscott), A.B. Born, West 

Ripley, Me. Teaching, 1901-03. Res., Woodfords, Me. 
*DELIA JANE HISCOCK (Mrs. John Hedman), A.B. Born, Daniar- 

iscotta. Me., Dec. 28, 1876. Teaching, 1901-02; died, Dorchester, 

Mass., Sept. 10, 1919, aged 42. 
LOU WEST PEACOCK (Mrs. M. M. Smith), A.B. Born, Lubec, 

Me. Teacher, High Sch., Hopkinton, Mass., 1901-05; Dover, N. H., 

1905-13; Instructor, N. H. State Col., Durham, N. H., 1918-. 

6— *1 

CLASS OF 1902 

*GRACE ANNE BALENTINE (Mrs. C. E. S. Burns), A.B. Born, 
Waterville, Me. Asst High Sch., Fort Fairfield, 1902-06; Livermore 
Falls, 1906-08; died, Waterville, Me., June 17, 1909. 

GRACE BENNETT BICKNELL (Mrs. E. E. Eisenwinter) , A.B. 
Born, Paris, Me. Teaching, 1902-07; office work, 1907-11; Teaching, 
1911-16. Res., 33 Farmington Ave., Waterbury, Conn. 

AUGUSTA COLBY, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me. Teacher, since 1902, 
Waterville, Me. 

EDITH MAE DANFORTH GRAY (Mrs. R. O. Files), A.B. Born, 
Gardiner, Me. Teacher, Oak Grove Sem., 1902-03; Easthampton, 
Mass., 190.3-04; Holbrook, Mass., 1904-06. Res., Fairfield, Me. 

NELLIE MASON LOVERING (Mrs. W. H. Rockwood), A.B. Born, 
East Saugus, Mass. Teacher, Mexico, Me., 1902-03; Waterville, Me., 
1904-07. Res., Waterville, Me. 

MARGARET MERRILL (Mrs. R. D. Ashe), A.B. Born, Deering, Me. 
Res., Lisbon, N. H. 

LOIS ALETTA MESERVE (Mrs. W. S. Flye), A.B. Born, Limerick, 
Me. Teacher, 1902-07. Res., 20 High St., Glen Ridge, N. J. 

VERA CAROLINE NASH, (Mrs. S. H. Locke), A.B. Born, Cherry- 
field, Me. Teacher of blind. Ad., Oberlin, Ohio. 

EDNA MARGARET OWEN, (Mrs. H. E. Douglass), A.B. Born, 
Monmouth, Me. Res., Bath, Me. 

NINA GRACE POOR, A.B. Born, Denmark, Ms. Teacher, Dalton, 
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Mass., 1902-04; Lakewood, N. J., 1904-14; Rahway, N. J., 1914-. 

Ad., Hillside, Me. 
BLANCHE PARKMAN PRATT (Mrs. H. E. Pratt), A.B. Born, Clin- 
ton, Me. Res., Albany, N. Y. 
MARION STUART REED (Mrs. W. W. Drew), A.B. Born, Detroit, 

Mich. Res., New Milford, Conn. 
ANNA MABEL RICHARDSON (Mrs. R. A. Kane), A.B. Born, 

Bridgton, Me. Teacher, Higgins Clas. Inst., 1902-03; Preceptress, 

Gould's Acad., 1903-04. Res., Haverhill, Mass. 
*SARAH ATLANT ROBERTS A.B. Born, Caribou, Me. Teacher, 

Caribou, Me.; died. Caribou, Me., Feb. 20, 1918. 
FLORENCE WILKINS, (Mrs. C. S. Bragdon), A.B. Born, Wilton, 

Me. Teacher, Ashland, Mass., 1902-03; Leominster, Mass., 1903-08; 

Mt. Hermon Sch., 1909-10. Res., 69 Fifth Ave., New Rochelle, N. Y. 
EDITH WILLIAMS (Mrs. A. McD. Small), A.B. Boiii, Bangor, 

Me. Teacher, North Bennington, Vt., one year; Freedom, Me., 

two years. Ad., Freedom, Me. 

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CLASS OF 1903 

EDITH CENA BICKNELL, A.B. Born, Rockland, Me. Teaching, 

190.3-11. Student, Alliance Francaise, Paris, 1910. Res., Rockland, 

Me. 
BERTHA MABEL HOLMES (Mrs. F. O. Matthews), A.B. Teacher, 

New Gloucester, Me., 1903-04; Whitefield, N. H., 1904-05; Walling- 

ford. Conn., 1905-08; Revere, Mass., 1908-13; Chelsea, Mass., 1913- 

15. 
MARTHA BENSON HOPKINS, A.B. Born, Portland, Me. Teacher. 

Residence, Portland, Me. 
MILDRED JENKS (Mrs. J. P. Dudley), A.B. Born, Houlton, Mc. 

Res., Houlton, Me. 
EVA MAY JOHNSON (Mrs. Chas. Grant), A.B. Born, Westboro, 

Mass. No. Stratford, N. H. 
CLARA LOUISE MARTIN (Mrs. Constant Southv/orth) , A.B. Born, 

Portland, Me. Memb. Supreme Governing Council, Chi Omega, 

1912-14. Res., Portland, Me. 
GERTRUDE BELLE MOODY (Mrs. S. W. Fitzgerald), Born, Corn- 

ville. Me. Teacher, 190.3-15. Res., Canaan, Me. 
*BETSEY ADAMS NICKELS (Mrs. F. H. Leighton), A.B. Born, 

Cherryfield, Me.; died, Cherryfield, Me., Sept. 6, 1911. 
*MARION ELIZA STOVER (Mrs. Waltz), A.B. Born, Amesbury, 

Mass. Teacher, Waldoboro, Me.; died, Sept. 14, 1910. 
LELA MAE TOLMAN, A.B. Born, Harrison, Me. Teacher, Hard- 

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wick, Vt.; Bellows Falls, Vt., Portland, Me. Res., Cumberland, 

Mills, Me. 
ALICE ELMIRA TOWNE (Mrs. L. C. Stearns, Jr.), A.B. Born,' 

Waterville, Me. Teacher, Kennebunk, Me., 190.3; Maynard, Mass., 

1903-06. Ad., 45 Maple St., Bangor, Me. 
GRACE ELOISE WARREN (Mrs. Charles W. Atchley), A.B. Born, 

Standish, Me. Teacher, So. Waldoboro, Me., 1903-04; No. Fairfield, 

Me., 1904; East Machias, Me., 1904-05; Fairfield, Me., 1905-10. Res., 

Waterville, Me. 
NELLIE MAY WORTH, A.B. Born, Bradford, Me. Teacher, So. 

China, Me., 1903-04; Leicester, Mass., 1904-05; Brewer, Me., 1905-08; 

Bangor, Me., 1908-. Res., 106 Congress St., Bangor, Me. 

13— *2 

CLASS OF 1904 

RUBY CARVER (Mrs. R. D. H. Emerson), A.B. Born, Waterville, 
Me. Teaching, 1904-10; Student in France, 1908.' Res., 72 Fayer- 
weather St., Cambridge, Mass. 

MARY HELEN CASWELL (Mrs. B. E. Carter), A.B. Born, Water- 
ville, Me. Student, State Library Sch., Albany, N. Y., 1904-05; 
Asst. Librarian, Public Library, Waterville, Me., 1905-06; Librarian, 
1906-14. Res., Waterville, Me. 

EVA ESTELLE CLEMENT (Mrs. V. S. Ames), A.B. Born, Seal 
Harbor, Me. Teacher, Hardwick, Vt. Res., Marlboro, N. H. 

HARRIET LUCIA CLEVELAND (Mrs L. A. Nason), A.B. Born, 
Skowhegan, Me. Teacher, Hartland, Me., 1905; Carthage, Me., 
1905-07; Rumford, Me., 1909; Kingfield, Me., 1909-12; Harmony, 
Me., 1912-13. Res., Skowhegan, Me. 

JENNIE MAY COCHRANE A.B. Born, Rochester, N. Y. Teacher, 
Waldoboro, Me., 1905-06; Cataloguer, State Library, Augusta, Me., 
1906-. Res., Hallowell, Me. 

EUNICE CALDWELL MOWER (Mrs. W. C. Beale) , A.B. Born, 
Ipswich, Mass. Teacher, Wakefield, Mass., 1904-05; Asst. Oakland 
High Sch., 1905-07; Eastport, 1907-09; Memb. Sch. Bd., 1919- ; Res., 
Eastport, Me. 

EVALINE ALICE SALSMAN, A.B. Born, Lisbon Falls, Me. Teach- 
er, Brigham Acad., Vt., 1904-05; Asst. Washington Acad., 1905-07; 
High Sch., Quincy, Mass., 1907-13; Portland, Me., 1913-18; Frank- 
lin Col., Indiana, 1918-. Ad., 24 Codman St., Woodfords, Me. 

PAULENAH MARY SIMMONS, A.B. Born, No. Anson, Me. Instr. 
Anson Acad., No. Anson, Me., 1904-16. Ad., No. Anson, Me. 

MARY MELONA WARD, A.B. Born, Cherryfield, Me. Teacher, High 
Sch., Milbridge, Me., 1904-06; Cherryfield Acad., Cherryfield, Me., 
1906-08; High Sch., Shelton, Conn., 1908-11; New Britain, Conn., 

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1911-16; Bridgeport, Conn., 1916-. Res., 329 Maplewood Ave., 
Bridgeport, Conn. 
EDITH MAY WATKINS (Mrs. Webster Che.ster), A.B. Born, Paris 
Hill, Me. Teacher, Stowe, Vt., 1904-06; Northfield, Vt., 1906-08; 
Asst. Oak Grove Sem., Vassalboro, Me., 1908-09; Res., Watei-ville, 
Me. 

10 

CLASS OF 1905 

CARRIE SABRA ALLEN (Mrs. F. E. Wood), A.B. Born, Mercer, 

Me. Teaching, 1905-06. Res., Stoughton, Mass. 
ELIZABETH PIERCE BLAISDELL, A.B. Born, Waterboro, Me. 

Teacher, Waterboro, Me. 
ALICE JANE BUZZELL, A.B. Box 5, Ashland, N. H. 
MAY LUCILLE HARVEY, A.B. Born, Fort Fairfield, Me. Teacher, 

Salt Lake City, Utah, 1905-07; Portland, Me., 1907- ; Student, Paris, 

France, 1910. Res., Portland, Me. 
ETHEL LENORA HOWARD, A.B. Born, Winslow, Me. Teacher, 

High Sch., Waldoboro, Me., 1906-07; Preceptress, Freedom Acad., 

Me., 1907-09; Teacher, High Sch., Limestone, Me., 1910-13; Winslow, 

Me., 1914-16. Ad., Winslow, Me. 
IDA PHOEBE KEEN, A.B. Born, Unity, Me. Teacher, 1905-18; 

French American Telephone Unit., U. S. Signal Corps, April-Dec, 

1918; National City Bank, N. Y. City, 1919-. Res., Elizabeth, N. J. 
ETHEL MAY KNIGHT, A.B. Born, Augusta, Me. Teacher, Water- 

ville. Me. 
ADDIE MAY LAKIN, A.B. Born, Peru, Vt. Teacher, 1905-13; Candy 

mfr., 1915-17. Ad., 69 Pleasant St., Waterville, Me. 
BLANCHE LOUISE LAMB (Mrs. J. B. Roberts), A.B. Born, San- 

gerville, Me. Teaching, 1905-07. Res., Caribou, Me. 
EFFIE MAY LOWE, A.B.; B.S., Simmons, 1920. Born, Oakland, Me. 

Teacher, Easthampton, Mass., 1905-06; Everett, Mass., 1906-07; Bar 

Harbor, Me., 1907-10; Beverley, Mass., 1910-16; Lexington, Mass., 

1916-19; Student, Simmons Col., 1919-20. Res., 72 Westland Ave., 

Boston, Mass. 
MARY LOWE MOOR (Mrs. E. M. Lord), A.B. Born, Waterville, 

Me. Teacher, 1905-15. Res., Skowhegan, Me. 
ETHEL GERTRUDE PEMBERTON, A.B. Born, Grovcland, Mass. 

Res., Groveland, Mass. 
ALICE JENNIE PINKHAM, (Mrs. M. D. Ballard), A.B. Born, 

Farmington, N. H. Teacher, Vernal, Utah, 1906-07; Creston, Calif., 

1908-09; lona Hill., Calif., 1909-10; Waterford, Calif., 1910-13. Ad., 

Waterford, Calif. 

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ROSE MARY RICHARDSON, (Mrs. F. L. Clark), A.B. Born, East 
Corinth, Me. Teacher, 1905-10; Census Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
1910-11. Res., 51 Fessenden St., Portland, Me. 

14 

CLASS OF 1906 

ANNA MARTHA BOYNTON, A.B. Born, Fort Fairfield, Me. Teach- 
er, 1906-08; Bryant & Stratton Bus. Sch., Buffalo, N. Y., 1914-16; 
Stenographer, Camden, Me., 1916-. 

CORNELIA BEATRICE CALDWELL, A.B. Born, Oxford, Me. 
Teaching, 1910-16. Prop., "Ye Green T Kettle," Freeport, Me., 
1916-. 

*ALICE HOPE DAVIES (Mrs. Albert W. Brooks), A.B. Born, 
Augusta, Me.; died, Augusta, Me., June 12, 1909. 

CHRISTIA MAY DONNELL (Mrs. F. E. Young), A.B. Born, York 
Harbor, Me. Clerk, 1906-07; Teacher, High Sch., York Harbor, 
Me., 1907-10; Leavitt Inst., Turner, Me., 1910-12. Res., Turner, Me. 

NETTIE REBECCA FULLER, (Mrs. P. C. Young), A.B. Born, 
Plainville, Mass. Teacher, 1906-15. Res., Greenville, Me. 

EDITH LINCOLN KENNISON (Mrs. A. E. Stene), A.B., B.S., Sim- 
mons, 1911. Born, Waterville, Me. Sec'y, Coburn Clas. Inst, 1907- 
09; Sec'y, R. L Agri. Exper. Sta., 1910-11. Res., Kingston, R. I. 

ELLA ESTELLA MAXCY, A.B. Born, South Wrentham, Mass. 
Teacher, Ashland, Me., 1910-11; No. Attleboro, Mass., 1911-12; 
Unity, Me., 1912-13; Kingfield, Me., 1913-18; Kennebunk, Me., 1918- 
19. Res., 44 Colburn St., No. Attleboro, Mass. 

CLARA MAY NORTON (Mrs. John S. Paul), A.B. Born, York 
Beach, Mo. Teacher, CoUinsville, Conn., 1906-07; Wells, Me., 1907- 
08. Res., York Beach, Me. 

EVA CHARLOTTE PLUMMER, A.B. Born, Lisbon Falls, Me. Asst. 
High Sch., Camden, Me., 1906-07. Ad., Brunswick, Me. 

BEULAH FRANCES PURINGTON, A.B. Born, Minot, Me. Teacher, 
So. Paris, Me., 1906-07; Livermore Falls, Me., 1907-10; Auburn, 
Me., 1910-11; Attleboro, Mass., 1911-14; Passaic, N. J., 1914-. 

*MAUD LOUISE TOWNSEND, A.B. Born, Fort Fairfield, Me., Dec. 
22, 1881. Proof-reader, Kennebec Journal, Augu.sta, Me., 1909-10; 
died, Bangor, Me., May 10, 1910, aged 28. 

SUSAN HOUGHTON WESTON, A.B. Born, Madison, Me. Teacher 

Math., Wilton Acad., Wilton, Me., 1908-. 
ELAINE WILSON, A.B. Born, Houlton, Me. Res., Houlton, Me. 

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CLASS OF 1907 

MYRTIS ETHEL BASSETT (Mis. H. B. Betts), A.B. Born, Dover, 
Me. Asst. in Latin, Hebron Acad., Hebron, Me., 1907-09; Teacher 
French and German, Ricker Clas. Inst., 1909-11. Res., .31 Winneniay 
St., Natick, Mass. 

CARO EDNA BEVERAGE (Mrs. William Faulkner), A.B. Born, 
Owl's Head, Me. Asst. High School, Norway. 

ROSE MARIAN BEVERAGE (Mrs. Maynor Lane), A.B. Born, 
Camden, Me. Teacher, Lubec, Me. Res., Bedford, Mass. 

INEZ BOWLER, A.B.; B.S., Simmons, 1918. Born, Waterville, Me. 
Teacher, Calais, Me., 1907-10; Wayland, Mass., 1910-14; Putnam, 
Conn., 1914-17; Yeoman (F.), U. S. N. R. F., 1918-19; State Lib., 
Augusta, Me. 

ANNIE ELIZA COOK (Mrs. G. W. Starkey), A.B. Born, Vassalboro, 
Me. Asst. in Mod. Languages, Hebron Acad., Hebron, Me., 1907-09. 
Res., Augusta, Me. 

*GEORGIA MAY CONNOR (Mrs. Cram), A.B. Born, Farmin^ton, 
N. H.; died, Dec. 9, 1916. 

SARAH STELLA CUMMINGS, A.B. Born, Woburn, Mass. Teach- 
ing, Ludlow, Vt., 1907-08; Saugus, Mass., 1908-12; Norwood, Mass., 
1912-1.3; Lynn, Mass., 1913-. 

HATTIE SIMONTON FOSSETT, A.B. Born, New Harbor, Me. 
Teacher, High Sch., New Gloucester, Me., 1907-09; Newcastle, Me., 
1910-13; Shelton, Conn., 1913-15; Student, Radcliffe Col., 1915-16; 
Teacher, Newcastle, Me., 1918-. Res., Damariseotta, Me. 

LUBELLE MAY HALL (Mrs. P. H. Hodgman), A.B. Born, Ottawa, 
Kan. Teacher, 1907-11; 1916-. Res., 10 Ashland Place, Medford, 
Mass. 

ADDIE BRADEEN HOLWAY (Mis. A. H. Brown), A.B. Born. Port- 
land, Me. Teaching, 1908-13. Res., Portland, Me. 

MARIAN LOUISE LEARNED (Mrs. C. N. Meader), A.B. Born, 
Waterville, Me. Res., Denver, Colo. 

ALMA FLORENCE MORRISETTE, A.B. Born, Worcester, Mass. 
Asst. High Sch., Bluehill, 1907; Asst. High Sch. of Commerce, Wor- 
cester, Mass., 1908-. Res., 36 Westminster St., Worcester, Mass. 

BERTHA EVANGELINE NEAD, A.B. Born, Oberlin, Ohio. Teach- 
er, Ashfield, Mass., 1907-08; Bristol, Conn., W08-09; Newton, Mass., 
1910-11; No. Attleboro, Mass., 1911-18; Beverly, Mass., 1918-. 

VIRGINIA GILBERT NOYES (Mrs. L. W. Getehell), A.B. Born, 
Lewiston, Me. Teacher, Waterville, Me., 1907-12. Res., Water- 
ville, Me. 

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ELLEN JOSEPHINE PETERSON, A.B. Born, Jemtland, Me. Instr. 

in Modern Lang., Coburn Class. Inst., Waterville, Me., 1907-12; 

Student, Gordon Bible Sch., 1912-13; Language Study, Nanking, 

China, 1913-14; Kinhiva, 1914-15; Prin. Girls' Sch., Shaohing, 1915; 

Prin. Union Girls' High Sch., Hangchow, 1916; On Furlough, U. S. 

A., 1919-. Ad., 75 Cranch St., Quincy, Mass. 
EDITH PIERCE PRIEST, A.B. Born, No. Vassalboro, Me. Teacher, 

H. S., Castine, Me., 1907-08; Brewer, 1908-10; Bar Harbor, 1910-12; 

Coburn Clas. Inst., 1912-. Ad., Waterville, Me. 
BERTHA MAY ROBINSON (Mrs. Lyman Wheeler), A.B. Born, 

Yarmouthville, Me. Teaching, 1907-11; Library work, 1911-12; 

Res., Bethel, Me. 
GRACE LORD STETSON (Mrs. C. A. Grant), A.B. Born, Surry, 

Me. Teacher, Jay, Me., 1907-08; Asst. High Sch., Freeport, 1908- 

10; Washburn, Me., 1910-11. Res., Caribou, Me. 
ALICE RACHEL TYLER, A.B. Born, Conneaut, Ohio. Teacher, 

1907-. Res., Blackshear, Ga. 
*LU€Y MAY WHENMAN, A.B. Born, Houlton, Me. Instr. Higgins 

Classical Institute, Charleston, Me.; died, 1918. 
NELLIE PERRY WINSLOW (Mrs. J. H. Rideout), A.B. Born, Saco, 

Me. Res., Winnipeg, Man., Canada. 

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CLASS OF 1908 

MARY CHARLOTTE ABBOTT (Mrs. J. W. Stobie), A.B. Born, 

Albion, Me. Teaching, 1908-13. Res., Madison, Me. 
*BERTHA HARRIS BANGS, A.B. Born, Portland, Me. Instr. High 

Sch., Gorham, Me.; died, Portland, Me., 1916. 
HELEN BURNHAM CAMPBELL (Mrs. Austin Shaw), A.B. Born, 

Cherryfield, Me. Teacher, 1908-17. Res., Anacortes, Wash. 
INEZ HAZEN CARD (Mrs. Hinkley), A.B. Born, York Harbor, Me. 
JOSEPHINE ELLA CLARK (Mrs. E. L. Scribner, Jr.), A.B. Born, 

East Jaffrey, N. H. Teacher, Higgins Class. Inst., 1908-11; High 

Sch., Maynard, Mass., 1911-12; Gardiner, Mass., 1912-14. Res., 

Newport, Me. 
HELEN LOUISE COCHRANE, A.B. Born, Moulmein, Burma. 

Teacher, 1908-09; Secretary, 1913-. Res., Hallowell, Me. 
SUSAN ANGELINA CORBETT (Mrs. L. C. Steele), A.B. Born, 

Medway, Me. Res., 808 East 41st St., Savannah, Ga. 
GRACE EMOGENE CORTHELL, A.B. Born, Jay, Me. Teacher, 

Res., Waterville, Me. 
HELEN FRANCES DICKINSON, A.B. Born, Wiscassett, Me. 

Teacher, High Sch., Jay, Me., 1908-10; Acad., Wiscasset, Me., 1910-. 

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ANNIE ALICE HARTHORN (Mrs. N. E. Wheeler), A.B.; A.M., 
Boston Univ., 1910. Born, Effingham, N. H. Res., Montreal, Que., 
Canada. 

ETHEL MAUD HAYWARD (Mrs. B. T. Weston), A.B. Born, Portage, 
Me. Grand Pres., Sigma Kappa, 1918-. Res., Temiskaning, Que., 
Canada. 

NINA BEATRICE HOLMES (Mrs. Lewis W. Dunn), A.B. Born, 
Eastport, Me. Res., Pleasantville, N. Y. 

DOROTHY CLAUDIA HOPSON (Mrs. H. E. Hunt), B.S. Born, 
Reading, Eng. Teacher, Fairfax, Vt., 1908-10; Johnstown, N. Y., 
1911. Res., Swanton, Vt. 

FLORENCE EMILY KING (Mrs. LeR. B. Gould), A.B. Born, Mt. 
Holly, Vt. Teacher, Northfield, Vt., 1909-11; Manchester, N. H,, 
1911-13. Res., Manchester, N. H. 

MYRTA ALICE LITTLE, A.B.; A.M., Radcliffe, 1912. Born, Hamp- 
.stead, N. H. Teacrher, H. S., Proctor, Vt., 1908-09; O.xford, Mass., 
1909-11; Prof. English, Alfred Univ., Alfred, N. Y., 1912-14; State 
Normal Sch., Providence, R. I., 1914-15; Wheaton Col., Norton, 
Mass., ■ 1915-16; Y. W. C. A., Educa. Sec'y, Sacramento, Calif., 
1917-19; Literary work, 1919- ; Author short stories, poems, etc., in 
various periodicals. Res., Hampstead, N. H. 

CAROLINE DOLE NOYES (Mrs. R. L. Ervin), A.B. Born, Lewis- 
ton, Me. Teacher, 1908-12. Res., Waterville, Me. 

JENNIE MAY ROBERTS, A.B. Born, New Sharon, Me. Teacher, 
Wells River, Vt., 1908-09; South Hadley Falls, Mass., 1909-10; 
Springfield, Mass., 1910-. 

RUTH OLIVE ROBERTS, A.B. Born, Fryeburg, Me. Teacher of 
music and organist. Res., Saco, Me. 

NETTIE MAY RUNNELLS, A.B. Born, Foxcroft, Me. Asst. Fox- 
croft Acad., Foxcroft, Me., 1908-11; Me. Central Inst., Pittsfield, Me., 
1911-16; Y. W. C. A. Sec'y, Lewiston, Me., 1916-17; Teacher, High- 
land Hall, Hollidaysburg, Pa., 1918-. 

LUCY EVELYN TREAT, A.B. Born, Cohasset, Mass. Teacher, 
Sebago, Me., 1909-10; Carver, Mass., 1910-11; Holli.ston, Mass., 1911- 
12; Kingston, Mass., 1912-. 

AGNES EUNICE WALKER (Mr.>^. W. D. Taylor), A.B. Born, 
Mechanic Falls, Me. Teacher, H. S., Brownville, Me., 1909; Colby 
Acad., New London, N. H., 1911-12; H. S., Mechanic Falls, Me., 
1913-16. Ad., Mechanic Falls, Me. 



ABBIE FRANCES WEED (Mrs. 


Brown), 


A.B. 


Born, 


, Westbrook, 


Me. 








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CLASS OF 1909 

HELEN ESTHER ADAMS, A.B. Born, Windham, Vt. Teacher, 
Presque Isle, Me., 1910-11; Guilford, Vt., 1912-13; Portage, Me., 
1914-16; South Royalston, Vt, 1917-. 

MABELLE EDWINA BABSON (Mrs. N. H. Mayo), A.B. Born, 
Brooksville, Me. Res., 116 Tappan St., Brookline, Mass. 

HELENE BERNICE BELLATY, A.B. Born, Ellsworth, Me. Teach- 
er, Vinalhaven, Me., 1909-10; Lincoln, Me., 1910-12; Allen Normal 
Sch., Thomasville, Ga., 1913-. 

*ETHEL HANNAH BUTLER (Mrs. Paul Johnson), A.B. Born, East 
Jamaica, Vt., April 29, 1888. Teacher, Jackson Col., Jackson, Miss., 
1909-10; died, Waltham, Mass., May 23, 1913, aged 25. 

FANNIE MILLER CRUTE, A.B. Born, Thomaston, Me. Teacher, 
Rockland, Me., 1909-11; Student, Paris, France, 1910; Teacher, Bid- 
deford. Me., 1911-17; Putnam, Conn., 1917-18; Winsted, Conn., 1918-. 

PEARL LUCINDA DAVIS (Mrs. A. P. Steffenson), A.B. Born, 
Bradford, Me. Teacher, Bridgton, Me., 1909-12; Stonington, Conn., 
1912-1916. Res., 2 Rivard Rd., Needham, Mass. 

CLARA AUGUSTINE EASTMAN, A.B. Born, Warren, Me. Head 
English Dept., State Normal School, Castleton, Vt., 1909-12; Lyndon 
Inst., Lyndon, Vt., 1912-. 

MAUD NINA EATON (Mrs. T. B. Wadleigh), A.B. Born, West- 
field, Mass. Teacher, Melrose, Mass., 1909-10; Colby Acad., New 
London, N. H., 1910-14. Res., Hackensack, N. J. 

BLANCHE MIRIAM EMORY, A.B. Born, Springfield, Mass. Teach- 
er, High Sch., Brockton, Mass. 

FLORENCE TOTMAN FREELAND, A.B. Born, Roslindale, Mass. 
Teacher, 1910-18. Res., Pine Knot, Calif. 

MARION ELIZABETH GOODWIN (Mrs. J. B. Dow), A.B. Born, 
Saco, Me. Teacher, 1 year. Res., Saco, Me. 

OLIVE ANNETTE GREEN (Mrs. W. W. Fairclough), A.B. Born, 
Stratton, Me. Instr. Hebron Acad., Hebron, Me., 1909-17; Stud. 
Rouen and Paris, France, 1912. Ad., 12 Osborne St., White Plains, 
N. Y. 

ABBIE SANFORD HAGUE (Mrs. C. O. Warren), A.B. Born, South 
Bridgton, Me. Res., 1144 Thornton Ave., Plainfield, N. J. 

MYRA IRENE HARDY, A.B. Born, West Boylston, Mass. Teacher, 
Rindge, N. H., 1910; Eustis, Fla., 1910-11; Allen Normal Sch., 
Thomasville, Ga., 1912-18; Straight Col., New Orleans, La., 1918-. 

ETHEL ROSE KNOWLTON (Mrs. F. O. Dean), A.B. Born, Edding- 
ton, Me. Instr. Hebron Acad., Hebron, Me., 1909-11; Coburn Class. 
Inst, 1911-15. Res., 40 Winter St., Waterville, Me. 

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ELLA MELVINA MacBURNIE (Mrs. E. G. Stacy), A.B. Born, 
Bridgewater, Me. Teacher, 1909-14; 1916-19. Res., 19 Huron Ave., 
Cambridge, Mass. 

JUNE STEWART PHILBRICK (Mrs. Vaughn Jones), A.B. Born, 
East Corinth, Me. Teaching, 1909-11. Res., Veazie, Me. 

AGRANDECE JEANETTE RECORD (Mrs. W. W. PuUen), B.S. 
Born, Livermore Falls, Me. Teacher, 1910-11. Res., Monson, Me. 

CORA ELMER ROBINSON, A.B. Born, Blaine, Me. Teacher, Hamp- 
ton Inst., Hampton, Va., 1911-18; P. T. Reconstruction aide, Walter 
Reed Hospital, Wa.>^hington, D. C, 1918-. 

INEZ NAOMI STEVENSON, A.B. Born, Clinton, Me. Res., 190 
Columbia Heights, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

IDONIA CECILIA TUBBS, A.B. Born, Norway, Me. Res., 8.5 Cheney 
St., Orange, Mass. 

MARION GILKEY WADSWORTH (Mrs. M. B. Long), A.B. Born, 
Camden, Me. Teacher, H. S., Camden, Me., 1911-12. Res., Camden, 
Me. 

RINDA BAKER WARD (Mrs. F. L. Gile, Jr.), A.B. Born, Cherry- 
field, Me. Teacher, High Sch., Kezar Falls, Me., 1909-10; Standish, 
Me., 1911-1.3; So. Portland, Me., 1913. Res., Concord Jet., Mass. 

ESTHER HUSTON WEEKS (Mrs. Frank Condon), A.B. Born, Wis- 
casset. Me. Res., Wiscasset, Me. 

SARAH BELLE YOUNG, A.B. Born, Embden, Me. Registrar, 
Wheaton Sem., Norton, Mass., 1909-12; Registrar, Wheaton Col., 
Norton, Mass., 1912-. 

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CLASS OF 1910 

LEONA JOSEPHINE ACHORN (Mrs. A. P. Gillis), A.B. Boin, 
Morrill, Me. Teacher, High Sch., Lubec, Me., 1910-13; Belfast, Me., 
1913-17. Res., Lubec, Me. 

EMMA LOUISE BERRY (Mrs. J. R. Delahanty), A.B. Born, Lewis- 
ton, Me. Teacher, Hampden, Me., 1910-11; High Sch., Lexington, 
Mass., 1911-14; Brookline, Mass., 1914-16. Res., 138 Davis Ave., 
Brookline, Mass. 

VERENA HILTON CHANEY, B.S. Born, Bremen, Me. Teacher, 
Essex, Conn., 1910-12; Verona, N. J., 1912-. 

CARO BERNICE CHAPMAN, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me. Teacher, 
Coburn Class. Inst., 1910-12; Erskine Acad., 1912-13; North Yar- 
mouth Acad., 1914-17; South Berwick Acad., 1917-18; Deering High 
Sch., 1918-. 

ELEANOR MAE CREECH (Mrs. E. C. Marriner), A.B. Born, Free- 
port, Me. Teacher, Hadley, Mas.s., 1910-12; Hebron, Me., 1912-. 

MARY FLORENCE DONALD (Mrs. C. J. Deans), A.B. Born, 

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Graduates — Women 1910 

Quincy, Mass. Teacher, Rogers, Ark., 1910-li; Stuttgart, Ark., 
1911-13. Res., Alameda, Calif. 

*ETHEL CYNTHIA FAIRFIELD, A.B. Born, Fairfield, Me., Dec. 7, 

1887. Teacher, Stevens Acad., Blue Hill, Me.; died, Dec. 5, 1910, 

aged 23. 
LEONA CASSANDRIA GARLAND (Mrs. M. E. Berry), A.B. Born, 

Hampstead, N. H. Teacher, Standish, Me., 1910-11; Kingston, N. 

H., 1911-16; Hampstead, N. H., 1916-17. Res. Tilton, N. H. 

JENNIE ALICE GRINDLE (Mrs. T. S. Grindle), A.B. Born, Blue- 
hill, Me. Teacher, Eastport, Me., 1910-12, 1913-16; Machias, Me., 
1912-13. Res., Westboro, Mass. 

ALICE MARY HENDERSON (Mrs. A. G. Wood), A.B. Born, 
Brown's Town, Jamaica. Res., Balaclava, Jamaica. 

JENNIE PAULINE HERRING, A.B. Born, Fairfield, Me. Teacher, 

High Sch., Brunswick, Me.; Westbrook, Me.; Deering High Sch., 

Portland, Me. Res., Westbrook, Me. 
ROSALIND MAE JEWETT, B.S. Born, Skowhegan, Me. Student, 

Univ. Maine, 1913-15; Teacher, Falmouth, Mass., 1916-18; Asst. 

Leader, State Home Demonstration, Orono, Me., 1918-. 

SARAH ELIZABETH KETCHAM, B.S. Born, Hempstead, N. Y. 
Teacher, High Sch., Auburn, N. Y., 1910-15; Montclair, N. J., 1915- 
18; New Rochelle, N. Y., 1918-. Res., 62 Henry St., Hempstead, 
N. Y. 

ADDIE FLORA KNIGHT (Mrs. A. C. Boynton), A.B. Born, Gardi- 
ner, Me. Teacher, Oak Bluffs, Mass., 1910-11; Jefferson, Me., 1911- 
12. Res., North Whitefield, Me. 

LILLIAN LOUISE DAY LOWELL, A.B. Born, Phippsburg, Me. 
Teacher, Bluehill, Me., 1910-11; Yarmouth, Me., 1911-13; Bath, Me., 
1913-15; Southington, Conn., 1915-. 

MOLLIE MOULTON (Mrs. E. H. Herrick), A.B. Cumberland Cen- 
tre, Me. 

CASSILENA MARGUERITE PERRY (Mrs. H. S. Hitchcock), A.B. 
Born, Franklin, Me. Teacher, High Sch., Easton, Me., 1910-12; 
Aroostook Central Inst., Mars Hill. Me., 1915-16; High Sch., San- 
ford, Me., 1917-18. Res., Sanford, Me. 

HELEN VARNEY ROBINSON, A.B. Born, Windham, Me. Ad., R. 
F. D. 4, Portland, Me. 

MARY ELLEN WOODMAN, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me. Teacher, 
Charlemont, Mass., 1910-16; Portland, Conn., 1916-18; Torrington, 
Conn., 1918-. 

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CLASS OF 1911 

LOUISE NEWCOMB BUZZELL, A.B. Born, Brewster, Mass. Teach- 
er, Ricker Clas. Inst., 1911-15; High Sch., Woburn, Mass., 1915-18; 
Goddard Seminary, Barre, Vt., 1918-. 

ROSE MILDRED CARVER (Mrs. H. L. Tilley), A.B. Born, North 
Haven, Me. Teacher, Ashland, Me., 1911-1912; Patten, Me., 1912- 
14. Res., Ashland, Me. 

HAZEL BOWKER COLE, A.B. Born, Foxcroft, Me. Teacher, Pitts- 
field, Me., 1911-13; Taunton, Mass., 1913-15; South Portland, Me., 
1915-18; Bridgeport, Conn., 1918-. Res., 1021 Congress St., Port- 
land, Me. 

GERTRUDE HAZELTON COOMBS (Mrs. F. H. Rose), A.B., A.M., 
Columbia, 1918. Born, Bristol, Vt. Teacher, Jaro, Iloilo, P. I., 
1913-17. Ad., Virginia Union Univ., Richmond, Va. 

ELLEN MARY CRATTY (Mrs. R. R. Paine), A.B. Born, Waterville, 
Me. Teacher, 1911-14. Res., 25 College Ave., Waterville, Me. 

LAURA LOVELL DAY, (Mrs. G. W. Cole), A.B. Born, Jacksonville, 
111. Teacher, 1911-12. Res., Casco, Me. 

MARGARET SCOTT FIELDEN, (Mrs. R. R. Rogers), A.B. Teacher, 
Hebron, Me., 1911-12; Shrewsbury, Mass., 1912-14. Ad., Belfast, 
Me. 

SARAH EDNA GARFIELD, A. B. 

*CORA MABELLE KENNISON, (Mrs. R. E. Nash), A.B. Died, 
Sept. 26, 1915. 

SINIA FAY KING, A.B. Born, Mt. Holly, Vt. Teacher, Sabattus, 
Me., 1912-15; Bridgton Acad., North Bridgton, Me., 1915-16; Berlin, 
N. H., 1916-17; High Sch., Burlington, Vt., 1918-. Res., 328 Brook- 
line St., Newton Centre, Mass. 

ELSIE MAY LAWRENCE, (Mrs. E. W. Fentiman), A.B. Born, 
Madison, Me. Teacher, Springfield, Me., 1911-12; Garland, Me., 
1912-13. Res., Stockton Springs, Me. 

LUCILLE NOYES, A.B. Born, East Wilton, Me. Teacher, Freedom, 
Me., 1912; With Wm. Filene's Information Bureau, Boston, Mass., 
1915-. Res., North Attleboro, Mass. 

ELLEN MARY PILLSBURY, A.B. Born, Fort Fairfield, Me. New 
Gloucester, Me., 1911-12; Oakland, Me., 1912-14; Augusta, Me., 1915- 
16; Unity, Me., 1917-18; Grantwood, N. J., 1919. 

ROSE MAUDE PILLSBURY, A.B. Born, Lincolnville, Me. Gov- 
erness, 1911-12; Inst. Latin, Rust Col., Holly Springs, Miss., 1912-13; 
Inst. Latin, Shaw Univ., Raleigh, N. C, 1913-15; Prin. High Sch., 
Boothbay, Me., 1916-17; Red Beach High Sch., Calais, Me., 1917-18; 
High Sch., Fitzwilliam, N. H., 1918-. 

LOUISE ALTA ROSS, A.B. Born, Corinna, Me. Teacher, Barre, 
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Mass., 1911-17; Central Falls, R. I., 1917-. Res., 1357 Newport 
Ave., Pawtueket, R. I. 

AUCE LILLIAN THOMAS, (Mrs. R. N. Good), A.B. Born, Farm- 
ing-ton Falls, Me. Teacher, High Sch., Jay, Me., 1911-12. Res., 
Aniesbury, Mass. 

MARY BIXBY WESTON, (Mrs. E. A. Crowell), A.B. Born, Madison, 
Me. Teacher, Milbridge, Me., 1911-14; Sutton, Mass., 1914-1.5. 
Res., Ludlow, Mass. 

BEULAH ETHEL WITHEE, A.B. Born, Benton FalLs, Me. Teacher, 
Madison and Bath, Me., and Reading-, Ma.'is. Res., 48 Clinton Ave., 
Waterville, Me. 

ETHEL MIRIAM WOOD, (Mrs. E. F. West), A.B. Born, Lebanon, 
Me. Asst., Higgins Clas. Inst., Charleston, Me., 1911-13; Prin. High 
Sch., West Lebanon, Me., 1914-18. Res., 528 Chelmsford St., Lowell, 
Mass. 

LETA YOUNG, A.B. Born, Liberty, Me. Teacher, 1911-14; Gradu- 
ate Stud., Yale Univ., 1914-15; Teacher, 1915-. Ad., 15 Myrtle St., 
Springfield, Mass. 

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CLASS OF 1912 

MARIAN ELISE BROWN, A.B., Ph.D., Central Univ. of Indiana, 1915, 
Born, North Haven, Me. Teacher, High Sch., Gardiner, Me., 1912 
15; Morse High Sch., Bath., Me., 1915-17; High Sch., Concord, N. H. 
1917-18; With Kennebec Journal, Augusta, Me., 1918-. 

MARY MARGARET BUSWELL, A.B. Born, Foxcroft, Me. Student 
Radcliffe Col., 1912-13; Teacher, Brewer High Sch., 1914-16; Acad., 
Corinna, Me., 1916-. 

FLORENCE SARGENT CARLL, A.B., A.M., Columbia, 1918. Acting 
Dean, Women's Div., Colby Col., 1914-15. Res., South China, Me. 

LILLIAN MAE CARLL (Mrs. Arthur Schubert), A.B. Born, Saco 
Me. Teacher, Maine Central Inst., Pittsfield, Me., 1912-14; Higl 
Sch., Portland, Me., 1914-17. Res., 517 South Warren St., Madi.son 
Wis. 

EMMA LOUISE CLARK, A.B. Born, East Wilton, Me. Ad., Oak 
land, Me. 

ETTA ALICE CREECH, A.B. Born, Freeport, Me. Teacher, Hallo- 
well, Me., 1913; Nurse, Mass. Homeopathic Hosp., Boston, Mass., 
1914-17; Nurse, Mattapan, Mass., 1917-19; Student, Simmons Col., 
1919-. Ad., 146 Massachusetts Ave., Boston, Mass. 

FLORENCE BELLE CROSS (Mrs. I. L. Cleveland), A.B. Born, 
Stewartstown, N. H. Teacher, Canaan, Vt., 1912-15; Contoocook, N. 
H., 1915-17. Res., 235 Connecticut Ave., New London, Conn. 

BESSIE MARGARET CUMMINGS (Mr.s. H. G. Walden), A.B. Born, 

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Henzada, Burma. Student, Simmons Col., 1912-13. Res., Green- 
ville, Me. 

ELSIE CARLETON GARDINER (Mrs,. Gilbert), A.B. Born, Rock- 
port, Me. Ad., Rockport, Me. 

ETHEL GILPATRICK, B.S. Born, Kezar Falls, Me. Teacher. Ad., 
St. Theresa House, Lynn, Mass. 

RUTH ELEANOR GOODWIN, A.B. Born, Saco, Me. Teacher, 
Hampton Inst., Hampton, Va., 1914-19; Beacon Sch., Brookline, 
Mass., 1919-. Ad., 1440 Beacon St., Brookline, Mass. 

ETHEL VINA HAINES, A.B. Born, Saco, Me. Res., Sebago, Me. 

MARY EMILY HALL (Mrs. Butler), A.B. Born, Rockville, Me. Ad., 
Rockland, Me. 

RUTH ORAVILLE HAMILTON, A.B. Born, Cornish, Me. Teacher, 
Winslow, Me., 1912-13; Companion, Iowa City, la., 1913-14; Teach- 
er, Castana, la., 1914-17; Plymouth, Mass., 1917-. Ad., 11 Ply- 
mouth St., Plymouth, Mass. 

MARGARET ALICE HOLBROOK, A.B. Born, Vanceboro, Me. 
Teacher, Boulder, Colo., 1913-14; Limestone, Me., 1914-15; Black 
River Acad., Ludlow, Vt., 1915-17; Student, Simmons Col. Res., 
136 Hemenway St., Boston, Mass. 

HELEN HUNT, A.B. Born, Gray, Me. Teacher, Revere, Mass., 
1912-13; Boothbay, Me., 1913-17; Rockland, Me., 1917-18; Montpe- 
lier, Vt., 19 18-. 

EMMA LOUISE LEIGHTON, (Mrs. S. F. Walden), A.B. Born, Har- 
rington, Me. Teacher, High Sch., Danville, N. H., 1912-14. Res., 
Greenville, Me. 

LILLIAN PEARL MITTON, A.B. Born, Needham, Mass. Teacher, 
1912-15; Bookkeeper, 1915-. Res., Caribou, Me. 

LEORA EDNA PRENTISS, A.B. Born, Troy, Me. Asst., Freedom 
Acad., Freedom, Me., 1912-14; Head French Dept., High Sch., Gar- 
diner, Me., 1915-. 

MILDRED RALPH, B.S., A.M., Columbia, 1914. Inst. Science, High 
Sch., Bath, Me., 1912-13; Student, Columbia Univ., 1913-14; Head 
Dept. Chemistry, Skidmore School of Arts, Saratoga Springs, N. 
Y., 1915-. 

JENNIE MARIE REED, A.B. Born, New Boston, N. H. Teacher, 
Topsham, Me., 1912-18; Gardiner, Me., 1918-. 

EVA MAE REYNOLDS, A.B. Born, Winslow, Me. Asst. Modern 
Languages, Cony High Sch., Augusta, Me., 1912-18; Dean of Women. 
Washington State Normal Sch., Machias, Me., 1918-. 

RITA MAUDE ROBINSON, A.B. Born, Warren, Me. Teacher, Mil- 
bridge, Me., 1912-13; Barre, Ma.ss., 1913-18; New London, Conn., 
1918-. 



Graduates— Women 1913 

EDITH JESSIE ROSS (Mis. H. H. Murchie), A.B. Born, St. Stephen, 
N. B. Res., Calais, Me. 

MARGARET BERYL SKINNER, A.B. Born, Raymond, Me. Teach- 
er, Limington Acad., 1912-13; Hig-h Sch., Bridg-ton, Me., 1913-14; 
Edward Little High Sch., Auburn, Me., 1914-15; High Sch., Port- 
land, Me., 1915-. Ad., Woodfords, Me. 

SARAH LOUISE SNOW (Mrs. L. S. Jellison), A.B. Born, North 
Berwick, Me. Teacher, 1912-17. Res., Freeport, Me. 

ETHEL MILNER STEVENS, A.B. Born, Newburyport, Mass. 
Teacher, High Sch., Newburyport, Mass. 

MARY ANNIE STRICKLAND, B.S. Born, New Portland, Me. 
Teacher, Rockland, Me., 1912-13; Foxcroft, Me., 1913-17; Dexter, 
Me., 1917-. Res., New Portland, Me. 

GAIL ANNE TAGGART, A.B. Skowhegan, Me. 

GRACE EVANS VOSE (Mrs. Allen Grupe) , A.B. Born, Madison, Me. 
Teacher, High Sch., Kingfield, Me., 1912-13; Madison, Me., 1913-15; 
Deering High Sch., Portland, Me., 1915-16; Nyack, N. Y., 1916-18. 
Res., Woodlawn, Pa. 

ETHEL ANNETTA WARD, (Mrs. M. E. Strickland), A.B. Born, 
Hallowell, Me. Teacher, High Sch., Abbot, Me., 1912-13; Sanger- 
ville, Me., 1913-14. Res., New Portland, Me. 

SUSAN MAY WENTWORTH, A.B. Born, North Windham, Me. 
Teacher, High Sch., New Boston, N. H., 1912-14; Bethlehem, N. H., 
1914-17; Berwick, Me., 1917-18; Livermore Falls, Me., 1918-. Author 
short stories in various publications. Ad., Cumberland Mills, Me. 

BERTHA MORSE WILSON (Mrs. E. E. Eldredge, Jr), A.B. Born, 
Thomaston, Me. Teacher, High Sch., Caribou, Me., 1912-13; Thom- 
aston. Me., 1913-14; Orleans, Mass., 1914-17. Res., South Orleans, 
Mass. 

LAUREL EDNA WYMAN (Mrs. C. J. Keppel), A.B. Born, Law- 
rence, Mass. With Wm. Filene's Sons Co., Boston, Mass., 1912-15. 
Res., Garden City, N. Y. 

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CLASS OF 1913 

ALICE MARGARET ADAMS, A.B. Born, St. George, N. B. Teach- 
er. Ad., 283 Westwood Ave., Long Branch, N. J. 

ANGIE LEE BECKFORD (Mrs. C. A. Rand), A.B. Born, Wash- 
burn, Me. Teacher, Springfield, Me., 1913-14; Corinna, Me., 1914- 
15; Hollis, Me., 1916-17. Res., Stetson, Me. 

LUCY ISABEL CLOUGH, A.B. Born, New York, N. Y. Teacher, 
High Sch., New Gloucester, Me., 1914-16; Laconia, N. H., 1916-17; 
Wethersfield, Conn., 1917-. 

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BESSIE JANET DUTTON, (Mrs. J. F. Pillsbury, Jr.), A.B. Born, 
Portland, Me. Teacher, Acad., Liniington, Me., 1913-14; Leavitt 
Inst, Turner Centre, Me., 1914-15. Res., Liniington, Me. 

PAULINE HANSON, A.B. Born, Sanford, Me. Teacher, Coburn, 
Clas. Inst, 1914; Hebron Acad., 1915-16; High Sch., Westbroolv, Me., 
1917.- 

MARIAN ELIZABETH INGALLS (Mrs. W. B. Hague, Jr.), A.B. 
Born, South Bridgton, Me. Ad., R. F. D. 3, Gorhani, Me. 

CYNTHIA LOVINA KNOWLES, A.B. Born, Corinna, Me. Teacher, 
Wells, Me., 1913; Rochester, N. H., 1914-16; Portsmouth, N.H., 1916- 
18; Y. M. C. A. overseas service, 1919; Ad., 348 Union St, Ports- 
mouth, N. H. 

DORA MAE LIBBY, B.S. Born, Canton, Me. Teacher. Ad., Lisbon 
Falls, Me. 

EVA MACOMBER (Mrs. L. A. Kyes), A.B. Born, Jay, Me. Teacher, 
High Sch., Jay, Me., 1913-18. Res., North Jay, Me. 

MERGE FARNSWORTH MORSE, AB. Born, Waterville, Me. Teach- 
er, Parsonsfield, Me., Seni., 1914-16. Res., Waterville, Me. 

SARAH EMMA PENNELL (Mrs. C. G. Reed), A.B. Born, Harmony, 
Me. Teacher, High Sch., Livermore Falls, Me., 1913-14; Deering 
High Sch., Portland, Me., 1914-17. Res., Masardis, Me. 

FRANCES H. POLLARD (Mrs. A. K. McBride), A.B. Born, Old 
Town, Me. Teacher, 1913; Supervising Music and Drawing, 1913- 
16. Ad., North East Harbor, Me. 

MARY PHYLLIS St.CLAIR, A.B. Born, Calais, Me. Teacher, Coburn 
Clas. Inst, Waterville, Me., 1913-. 

BELLE TAPLEY SMITH (Mrs. C. F. Westcott, Jr.), A.B. Born, 
Sedgwick, Me. Teacher, High Sch., Brooklin, Me., 1913-14; Stevens 
Acad., Bluehill, Me., 1914-17. Res., Bluehill, Me. 

MARION ELIZABETH TEBBETTS, A.B. Born, Belgrade, Me. 
Teacher, High Sch., New Gloucester, Me., 1914-15; Clerk, Ord. Dept., 
War Dept., Washington, D. C, 1918-. Res., 826 Kennedy St., N. W., 
Washington, D. C. 

AVIS CHRISTINE THOMPSON (Mrs. H. H. Lamoreau), A.B. Born, 
Presque Isle,. Me. Teacher, High Sch., Presque Isle, Me., 1913-18. 
Res., Presque Isle, Me. 

BESSIE NOBLE TOBEY, A.B. Boin, Fairfield Centre, Me. Stenog- 
rapher, 1914-19; Mgr. Russell & Kenrick Jewelrv Co., Waterville, 
Me. 

DIANA JOSEPHINE WALL (Mrs. E. E. Pitts), A.B. Born. Rock- 
port, Me. Prin. High Sch., West Paris, Me., 1914-19. Res., West 
Paris, Me. 



Graduates — Women 1914 

MABEL JOSEPHINE WALL, A.B. Born, Rockport, Me. Teacher, 
Rockport, Me., 1913-16; Foxcroft, Me., 1916-17; Millinocket, Me., 
1917-19; Barre, Vt, 1919-. 

ADA EDITH WAUGH (Mrs. W. J. Youiir-) , A.B. Born, Levant, Me. 
Teacher, Barre, Vt, 191.3-18. Res., Barre, Vt. 

IVA BELLE WILLIS, A.B. 42 Appleton St., Brockton, Mass. 

MATTIE MARIE WINDELL (Mrs. S. L. Allen) A.B. Born, Port- 
land, Me. Teacher, Clinton, Me., 1913-15; Hampton Inst., Hampton, 
Va., 1916-17. Res., Chisholm, Minn. 

CLARA ELLIOTT WINSLOW, A.B., B.Th., Gordon Bible Col., 1919. 
Born, Saco, Me. Head Eng. Dept., High Sch., Kennebunk, Me., 
1913-15. Director Relig. Educa., Portland Sq. Bapt. Ch., Haverhill, 
Mass., 1919-. Res., 35 Thornton Ave., Saco, Me. 

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CLASS OF 1914 

ALICE MAUD BECKETT (Mrs. H. R. Haley), A.B. Born, Calais, 

Me. Teacher, High Sch., Presquc Isle, Me., 1914-16. Res., St. 

Stephen, N. B. 
MABEL ALLAN BYNON (Mrs. J. F. McDaniel), A.B. Born, Port- 
land, Me. Teacher, Acad., Fryeburg, Me., 1914-15; High Sch., 

Easton, Me., 1915-16; Portland, Me., 1916-19. Res., 109 Silver St., 

Dover, N. H. 
MADELINE EMMA CLOUGH, A.B. Born, New York, N. Y. Ad., 

Pennacook, N. H. 
FLORENCE JUDSON COLE (Mrs. Clinton Barnard), A.B. Born, 

Foxcroft, Me. Teacher, Maine Central Inst., Pittsfield, Me., 1915- 

16; High Sch., Portland, Me., 1917-18; Stadium High Sch., Taconia, 

Wash., 1919. Res., Mohonk Lake, N. Y. 
CLARA WILSON COLLINS (Mrs. D. S. Piper), A.B. Born, Caribou, 

Me. Teacher, Livermore Falls, Me., 1914-17. Res., Caribou, Me. 
LENA CUSHING, B.S. Born, Salem, Mass. Asst. Prin., Practice 

Dept, State Normal Sch., Framingham, Mass., 1914-. 
LORA MAY DANFORTH, A.B. Born, LeGrange, Me. Ad., East 

Millinocket, Me. 
MARION EDITH DODGE (Mrs. A. I. Keef), A.B. Born, Prospect 

Harbor, Me. Teacher, Vanceboro, Me., 1914-15. Res., Vanceboro, 

Me. 
ANNIE LAURA DUDLEY, A.B. Born, Waterford, Me. Commercial 

Sch., 1914-15; Teaching, Winthrop, Me., 1915-16; Portland, Me., 

1916-17; Columbia Univ., 1917; Clerical work, 1917-. Res., West 

8th St., Bayonne, N. J. 
IDELLA KATHRINE FARNUM, A.B. Born, Wilmot, N. H. Prin. 

Kearsage Sch. of Practice, Wilmot, N. H., 1914-19; Supt. Sch., Union 

No. 1, N. H., 1919-. Res., Danbury, N. H. 

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1914 Colby College 

BLANCHE CLAIRE FARRINGTON, A.B. Born, Burnham, Me. 
Teacher, Woodland, Me., 1914-15; Ashland, Me., 1915-17; Houlton, 
Me., 1917-. 

LILLIAN WINTHROP FOGG, A.B. Born, Freeport, Me. Teaching, 
1914-18; Private Sec'y> 1918-. Ad., Freeport, Me. 

GRACE WAKEFIELD HAMILTON, A.B. Born, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Teacher, Freedom, Me., 1914-15; Fryeburg, Me., 1915-17; Leomins- 
ter, Mass., 1918-. Res., 291 South St., Portsmouth, N. H. 

EMILY LOWELL HANSON (Mrs. G. B. Obear), A.B. Born, Calais, 
Me. Head Eng. Dept., High Sch., Hamilton, Mass., 1916; Cony 
High Sch., Augusta, Me., 1916-17; Teacher, High Sch., Medford, 
Mass., 1917-18; New Brunswick, N. J., 1918-19. Res., 523 West 
113th St., New York City. 

MABELLE HANCOCK HUNT, A.B. Born, Gray, Me. Teacher, Ken- 
nebunkport, Me., 1914-17; Yarmouth, Me., 1917-18; Woonsocket, R. 
I., 1918-19; Maine Central Inst, Pittsfield, Me., 1919-. 

ADELAIDE LOUNSBURY KLEIN (Mrs. E. D. Jackman), A.B. 
Born, Gauhati, Assam, India. Res., Dalton, Mass. 

ETHEL EUGENIE MERRIAM (Mrs. L. F. Weeks), A.B. Born, 
Osage City, Kan. Teacher, 1914-16. Res., Waterville, Me. 

CORA AMELIA PATTERSON (Mrs. R. B. Hutchins), A.B. Born, 
Winslow, Me. Teacher, High Sch., Easton, Me., 1914-16; Pre- 
ceptress, Bridgton Acad., North Bridgton, Me., 1916-17; Teacher,' 
High Sch., Winslow, Me., 1917; Lawrence High Sch., Fairfield, Me., 
1917-18. Res., 299 Broadway, Methuen, Mass. 

GLADYS PAUL, A.B. Born, Eliot, Me. Teacher, Acad., Cherryfield, 
Me., 1914-16; High Sch., Keene, N. H., 1916-18; High Sch., Hack- 
ensack, N. J., 1918-. 

ANNIE LOIS PEACOCK (Mrs. Milroy Warren), A.B. Born, Lubec, 
Me. Teacher, Garland, Me., 1915-16; Portland, Conn., 1916-17; 
Medford, Mass., 1917; Boston, Mass., 1918. Res., Lubec, Me. 

ERMA VYRA REYNOLDS, A.B. Born, Oakland, Me. Teacher, High 
Sch., Fort Fairfield, Me., 1914-. 

ABBIE GERTRUDE SANDERSON, A.B. Born. Greenville, N.H. 
Teacher Eng., High Sch., Charlton, Mass., 1914-15; Preceptress, 
Ricker Clas. Inst., Houlton, Me., 1915-17; Student, Newton Theo. 
Inst., Gordon Bible Col., and Hasseltine House, Sept.-Dec, 1917; 
Missy., Woman's American Bapt. For. Miss. Soc, Dec, 1917-. Ad., 
Swatow, China. 

MAR.JORIE SCRIBNER, A.B. Born, Bridgton, Me. Teacher, 1914-. 
Ad., Portland, Me. 

NANNIE LORETTO SOULE (Mrs. F. B. Hatch), A.B. Born, Cam- 
bridge, Ma.ss. Teacher, Houlton, Me., 1914-15; Windham, Me., 1915- 
17; Sanford, Me., 1917; McKenney, Va., 1918. Ad., 10 McChesney 
Court, Troy, N. Y. 

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Graduates — Women 1915 

HELEN ODIORNE THOMAS (Mrs. J. H. Foster), A.B. Born, Houl- 
ton. Me. Inst. Science, High Sch., Kennebunk, Me., 1914-16; Girls' 
Sec, Y. W. C. A., Providence, R. I., 1917-18. Ad., Language Sch., 
Nanking, China. 

DOROTHY HORR TUBES (Mrs. Russell Davis), B.S. Born, Gorham, 
N. H. Ad., Waterville, Me. 

EDITH CROSBY WASHBURN (Mrs. H. B. Clifford), A.B. Born, 
China, Me. Teacher, China, Me., 1914-15; Hampton Inst., Hampton, 
Va., 1915-18; Accounting, Detroit, Mich., 1918-19. Res., 551 Trum- 
bull Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

GRACE EDSON WESTON, A.B. Born, West Bridgewater, Mass. 
Teacher, High Sch., Pepperell, Mass., 1916-18; Concord, N. H., 1918-. 
Res., 38 Rumford St., Concord, N. H. 

CHRISTINE RECORD WHITTEMORE (Mrs. T. B. Powers), A.B. 
Born, Livermore Falls, Me. Res., Livermore Falls, Me. 

HAZEL YOUNG, B.S. Born, Liberty, Me. Grad. Student, Yale Univ., 
1914-15; Inst. Chemistry, Salem Col., Winston-Salem, N. C, 1915-17; 
Simmons Col., Boston, Mass., 1917-18; Chemist, Arnold Print 
Works, North Adams, Mass., 1919-. 

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CLASS OF 1915 

ELLA MILDRED BEDFORD, A.B. Born, Pittsfield, Mass. Teacher, 
New Britain, Conn., 1915-16; New Milford, Conn., 1916-17; South- 
ington. Conn., 1917-18. Ad., Plainville, Conn. 

LENA POTTER BLANCHARD (Mrs. H. E. Rickel), A.B. Born, 
Augusta, Me. Inst. Mod. Lang., Berwick Acad., South Berwick, 
Me., 1915-16; Industrial Sec, Y. W. C. A., Jersey City, N. J., 1917- 
18; Translator, National City Bank, New York City, 1918-20; Res., 
Cozad, Neb. 

ETHEL GLENDENNING CHAMBERLAIN, A.B. Born, Harvey, 
York Co., N. B. Teacher, High Sch., Fort Fairfield, Me., 1916-17; 
Physical Director, Normal Sch., Machias, Me., 1918-. 

MARGUERITE MAY CHAMBERLAIN, A.B., B.S., Simmons, 1919. 
Born, Waterville, Me. Teacher, 1915-18; Stud., Simmons Col., 1918- 
19; Cataloguer, . Public Lib., Buffalo, N. Y., 1919-. Res., 77 Hodge 
Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 

EMILY ANN CUNNINGHAM, B.S. Newmarket, N. H. 

VIVIAN MARGARET ELLSWORTH, A.B. Born, Farmington, Me. 
Teacher, High Sch., Yarmouth, Me., 1915-16; Farmington, Me., 
1916-17; National Park Sem., Fore.st Glen, Md., 1917-. 

MYRTLE ERDENE EVERETT, A.B. Born, Hartland, Me. Teacher, 
High Sch., Cornwall, Conn., 1915-16; Southington, Conn., 1916-18; 
Head Eng. Dept, High Sch., Baldwinville, Mass., 1918-. 

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JENNIE FARNUM, A.B. Born, East Wilton, Me. Teacher, Acad., 
Monmouth, Me., 1915-17; High Sch., Sullivan, Me., 1917-18; Prin., 
High Sch., Weld, Me., 1918-. 

MARGARET LIZZIE FORBES, A.B. Born, Temple, N. H. Student, 
Gordon Bible Col., 1916-17; Church Asst, Wakefield, Mass., 1917-19; 
Student Boston Univ., Sch. of Religious Educa., 1919. Ad., 10 Dea- 
coness Rd., Boston, Mass. 

ALDINE CLARKE GILMAN, B.S. Born, Harmony, Me. Head Eng. 
Dept., High Sch., Camden, Me., 1915-. 

RUTH WALKER GOODWIN, A.B. Born, WaterviUc, Me. Teacher, 
High Sch., Winthrop, Me., 1915-17; Waterville, Me., 1918-. Res., 
100 Silver St., Waterville, Me. 

HELEN NELSON HANSON, A.B. Born, Calais, Mc. Teacher, High 
Sch., Eastport, Me., 1915-16; Indu.strial Secy., Y. W. C. A., Portland, 
Me., 1916-17; Secy., Washington Co. Red Cross, 1918; Exec. Secy., 
United War Work Campaign, Women's Organization for Me., 1918; 
Student, Law Sch., Univ. Maine, Bangor, Me., 1919-. 

MILDRED HOLMES, A.B., B.S., Simmons, 1918. Born, Eastport, Me. 
Teacher, 1916; Student, Simmons Col., 1917-18; Govt. Research in 
Cost of Living, 1918-. Ad., Eastport, Me. 

INA MAY McCAUSLAND, A.B. Born, Portland, Mc. Contracting 
business, 1915-18; Bookkeeper, 1918-. Res., 39 Read St., Wood- 
fords, Me. 

RUTH MORGAN, A.B. Born, Bangor, Me. Student, Whcalon Co! , 
1916-17; Teacher, High Sch., Buxton, Me., 1917; Skowhcgan, Me., 
1918-. 

ODETTE MONTGOMERY POLLARD (Mrs. V. W. Dyer), A.B., 
Born, Winslow, Me. Teacher, Clinton, Me., 1915-16; Maynard, 
Mass., 1916-18; Leominster, Mass., 1918-19. Res., Rangoon, Burma. 

MARGUERITE ROBINSON, A.B., B.S., Simmons, 1919. Teacher, 
1915-18; Student, Simmons Col., 1918-19; Librarian, State Normal 
Sch., Cortland, N. Y., 1919-. 

HAZEL DELL ROSS., A.B. Bradford, Me. 

MAY HOUGHTON SARGENT, A.B. Born, Thomasville, Ga. Teach- 
er, Buxton, Me., 1915-17; Collinsville, Conn., 1917-18; Student, Post 
Business Col., 1918; Bookkeeper, 1919-. Ad., Collinsville, Conn. 

MARION OPHELIA STEWARD (Mrs. E. O. LaCasce), A.B. Born, 
Skowhegan, Me. Teacher, Skowhegan, Me., 1915-17; Sanford, Mc., 
1917-18. Res., 714 Stevens Ave., Portland, Me. 

MARY ESTHER TOBEY, A.B., B.S., Simmons, 1918. Born, Fairfield 
Center, Me. Librarian. Ad., 9 Prospect St., Waterville, Me. 

ALICE RUTH TREFETHEN, A.B. Born, Kent's Hill, Me. Teacher. 
Ad., 4 West Court, Waterville, Me. 

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Graduates — Women 1916 

MARY ALIDA WASHBURN, A.B. Born, China, Mc. Teacher, 1919-. 

Ad., China, Me. 
DOROTHY NEWMAN WEBB, A.B. Born, Winthrop, Me. Teacher, 

Turner Center, Me., 1915-17; Houlton, Me., 1917-18; Sanford, Me., 

1918-. 
EVELYN SADIE WHITNEY, A.B. Born, Pownal, Me. Teacher, 

1915-16; Banliins', 1916-. Ad., 50 Lawn Ave., Portland, Me. 



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;CLASS OF 1916 



MARJORIE LOUISE BARKER, A.B. Born, Norway, Me. Teacher, 

Berlin, N. H., 1916-17; Clerk, Bo.ston, Mass., 1917-19; Student, 

Boston Sch. for Secretaries, 1919-. Ad., 40 Berkeley St., Boston, 

Mass. 
ALICE COBURN BOYNTON, A.B. Born, Jefferson, Me. Teacher, 

High Sch., West Lebanon, Me., 1917-18; Erskine Acad., South China, 

Me., 1919. Ad., New Castle, Me. 
IDA BLANCHE BROWNE (Mrs. H. A. Dorr), B.S. Born, North 

Haven, Me. Teacher, Acad., Cherryfield, Me., 1916-17; High Sch., 

Rockport, Me., 1917-18; Acad., Limerick, Me., 1918-19. 
YVETTE GABRIELLE CLAIR, A.B. Born, Watervillc, Me. Teacher, 

1916-19; Interior decorating, 1919-. Ad., Waterville, Mc. 
ALICE A. CLARKIN, A.B. Teacher. Ad., 11 Center St., Waterville, 

Me.. 
BERLE CRAM, A.B. Born, Solon,. Me.' Teacher, North Craftsbury, 

Vt., 1916-17; Dexter, Me., 1917-18; Hanover, N. H., 1918-. 
IRIS CARLE CROSBY, A.B. Born, Portland, Me. Teacher, High 

Sch., Danbury, Conn., 1916-17; Bridgeport, Conn., 1917-. Ad., 498 

Colorado Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. 
LUCILE FOSTER, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me. Teacher, Ad., 

Waterville, Me. 
ESTHER DORA FRENCH, A.B. Born, Solon, Me. Teacher, 1916-18; 

Student, Sch. of Domestic Science, Boston, Ma.ss., 1918-19. Ad., 

Solon, Me. 
EFFIE MAY HANNAN, A.B. Born, Linneus, Mc. Teacher, High 

Sch., New Gloucester, Me., 1916-. 
MARION HARMON, A.B. Born, West Falmouth, Me. Asst, High 

Sch., Rockport, Me.; Prin., High Sch., Conway, N. H. Res., West 

Falmouth, Me. 
CLARA LOUISE HINCKLEY (Mrs. L. D. Hemenway), A.B. Born, 

Milbridge, Me. Teacher, Conway, N. H., 1916-17; Milbridge, Me., 

1917-18; Rockland, Me., 1918-19. Res., 10 Porter St., Watertown, 

Mass. 
ELIZABETH MARY HODGKINS, A.B. Born, Manchester, N. H. 
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1916 Colby College 

Teacher, Kennebunk, Me., 1916-17; Bath, Me., 1917-. Ad., Upper 

Turner St., Auburn, Me. 
ALICE ALMINA HUNTON, A.B. Born, Oakland, Me. Teacher, Eng. 

and History, High Sch., Oakland, Me., 1917-18; Old Town, Me., 

1919-. Ad., Oakland, Me. 
HAZEL NINA LANE, A.B. Teacher, Pemaquid, Me., 1916-18; South 

Paris, Me., 1918-. 
*VESTA LORA McCURDA, A.B. Died, Jan., 1919. 
ANNIE LOUISE McCURDY (Mrs. M. V. MacKinnon), A.B. Born, 

Calais, Me. Teacher, Acad., Calais, Me., 1916-17; Y. W. C. A. war 

.service. Great Lakes Naval Training Sta., 111., 1918. Ad., 1461 

Crawford Rd., Cleveland, O. 
ALICE CORNELL MATHER, A.B. Born, Emma, Colo. Teacher, 

High Sch., Unionville, Conn., 1916-18; East Hartford, Conn., 1918-. 

Res., 371 Prospect St., East Hartford, Conn. 
MARION JOSEPHINE MILLER (Mrs. E. E. Chase), A.B. Born, 

Penobscot, Me. Teacher, High Sch., South Portland, Me., 1916-17; 

Bath, Me., 1918-19. Ad., South Portland, Me. 
LUCY SAVORY MONTGOMERY, B.S. Born, Hopkinton, N. H. 

Teacher, Groveton, N. H., 1918-19; Student, Burdett Col., Boston, 

Mass., 1919-. Ad., 68 Warrenton St., Boston, Mass. 
HAZEL ALICE MOORE, A.B. Born, Fairfield, Me. As.st. High Sch., 

Stonington, Me., 1916-17; Kennebunkport, Me., 1917-19. Ad., R. F. 

D. 1, Fairfield, Me. 
LAURA KATHARINE MOSES, A.B. Born, North Gorham, Me. 

Teacher, High Sch., Casco, Me., 1916-17; Bridgton Acad., 1917-19. 
LOIS MARJORIE OSGOOD (Mrs. G. R. Skillin), A.B. Teacher, High 

Sch., Ashfield, Mass., 1916-17; Boston, Mass., 1918-19. Ad., 128 

Grant Ave., Medford, Mass. 
ERNESTINE HARRIET PORTER, A.B. Born, New Sharon, Me. 

Teacher, Solon, Me., 1916-18; Child Welfare Work, Lynn, Mass., 

1919. Res., New Sharon, Me. 
EDITH ADELLA PRATT (Mrs. H. K. Brown), A.B. Born, Clinton, 

Me. Teacher, High Sch., Clinton, Me., 1916-18; Maine Central Inst., 

1918-19. Ad., Clinton, Me. 
EDITH CAROLINE ROBINSON, A.B. Born, Lewiston, Me. Teacher, 

Mt. Desert, Me., 1916-17; Unity, Me., 1917-18; Stoughton, Mass., 

1918-19; Hebron Acad., Hebron, Me., 1919-. Res., 30 White St., 

Lewiston, Me. 
ELLA RUSSELL ROBINSON, A.B. Born, Cornville, Me. Teacher, 

Eng., High Sch., Rockport, Me., 1916-17; Lancaster, N. H., 1917-. 
FOSSIE EVELYN SEEKINS, A.B. Stonington, Me. 
KATHARINE HALLOWELL SINGER (Mrs. E. E. Hahn, Jr.), A.B. 

Born, Hallowell, Me. Teacher French and Spanish, High Sch., New 

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London, Conn., 1916-17; Newark, N. J., 1917-18; Advertizing writ- 
ing, Butterick Pub. Co., New York City, 1918-19. Res., Boston, 
Mass. 

VIVIAN LUETTE SKINNER, A.B. Born, Norridgewock, Me. Teach- 
er, Houlton, Me., High Sch., 1916-. 

CAROLYN ISABEL STEVENS, A.B. Born, Portland, Me. Teacher, 
Mattawamkeag, Me., 1916-17; Bath, Me., 1917-18; Secretarial work, 
Philadelphia, Pa., 1919. Res., Five Islands, Me. 

MINA MAE TITUS, A.B. Born, Madison, Me. Preceptress, Anson, 
Me., Acad., 1916-17; Teacher Eng-., High Sch., Augusta, Me., 1917- 
18. Ad., Madison, Me. 

FRANCES ESTHER TREFETHEN, A.B. Ad., 4 West Court, Water- 
ville. Me. 

BLANCHE ANTOINETTE WARE (Mrs. D. E. Putnam), A.B. Born, 
Fairfield, Me. Ad., Louisville, Ky. 

VIVIENNE AUGUSTA WRIGHT (Mrs. F. B. Dunn), A.B. Teacher, 
Wrentham, Mass., 1916-18; Grad. Student, Yale Univ., 1918-19. 
Res., 140 Edwards St., New Haven, Conn. 

35 



CLASS OF 1917 

MYRTLE LOUISE ALDRICH, B.S. Born, Franklin, Mass. Grad. 

Student, Yale Univ., 1917-18; Laboratory Asst., Yale Univ., 1918-19. 
LUCY MAE ALLEN, A.B. Born, Warren, Me. Teacher, Foxcroft 

Acad., Foxcroft, Me., 1917-. Res., 13 Free St., Camden, Me. 
WINIFRED KATHARINE ATWOOD (Mrs. 0. E. Wilbur), A.B. 

Born, Fairfield, Me. Teacher, Eng., High Sch., Madison, Me. Res., 

Penns Grove, N. J. 
EVA MARION BEAN, A.B. Born, Bethel, Me. Teacher, 1917-19; 

Presbyterian Sch. Nursing, New York City, 1919-. 
MARGARET HELEN BROWN (Mrs. S. D. Staples), A.B. Born, 

North Haven, Me. Teacher, Lynn, Mass., 1917-18. Res., 620 New 

York Ave , Lyndhurst, N. J. 
HARRIET ISABELLA CANHAM, A.B. Born, North Vassalboro, Me. 

Teacher, Vinalhaven, Me., 1917-18; Brooks, Me., 1919-. 
MARY CATHERINE CLARKIN, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me. Teach- 
er, Conway, N. H., 1917-18; High Sch., Richmond, Me., 1918-. Res., 

Waterville, Me. 
HELEN DOROTHY COLE, A.B. Born, Prospect Harbor, Me. Social 

worker with N. E. Home for Little Wanderers. Ad., Caribou, Me. 
MYRA ALTA CROSS, B.S. Born, Colebrook, N. H. Teacher, Skow- 

hegan. Me., 1917-18; Bulkeley High Sch., 1918-20. Ad., 235 Connec- 
ticut Ave., New London, Conn. 



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1917 Colby College 

MADELINE DAGGETT, A.B. Born, Dexter, Me. Teacher, 1917-18. 

Ad., Dexter, Me. 
MARIAN RUTH DAGGETT, A.B. Born, Fairfield, Me. Teacher, 

High Sch., Bridgton, Me., 1917-18; Milton, Mas.s., 1918-. Ad., i:3.5 

Blue Hills Parkway, Mattapan, Mass. 
GERTRUDE VIOLA DONNELLY, A.B. Born, North Vassalboro, Me. 

Teacher, High Sch., East Millinocket, Me., 1917"-. 
ETHEL ESTELLA DUFF (Mrs. H. E. Barton), A.B. Born, Union 

Corner, N. B. Teacher, Eng. and History, High Sch., Thomaston, 

Me., 1917-18. Res., Grants Pass, Ore. 
HAZEL ALTA DURGIN, B.S. Born, The Forks, Me. Prin., High 

Sch., The Forks, Me., 1917-18; A.'^st., High Sch., Orleans, Mass., 

1918-19; Keene, N. H., 1919-. 
GRACE ALMA FARNUM, B.S. Born, Danbury, N. H. Teacher, 

Traip Acad., Kittery, Me., 1917-18; High Sch., Newport, Vt., 1918-. 
GRACE CONSTANCE FLETCHER (Mrs. J. H. Willey), A.B. Born, 

Cape Neddick, Me. Teacher, Milton, N. H., 1917-18; Prin., High 

Sch., Jefferson, N. H., 1918. Res., Milton, N. H. 
HAZEL MILLICENT GIBBS, A.B. Born, Auburn, Me. Teacher, 

Monmouth Acad., Me., 1917-19. Res., Readfield Depot, Me. 
MILDRED BURDENA GREELEY (Mrs. R. D. Arnold), B.S. Born, 

Rumney, N. H. Teacher Science, High Sch., Hollis Center, Me., 

1917-19. Res., 78 Raymond Road, West Hartford, Conn. 
MILDRED SANBORN GREENE, A.B. Born, London, N. H. Teach- ' 

er Latin and Math., Hampton, N. H., 1917-. 
LEONORA AUSTIN KNIGHT, A.B. Born, Bath, Me. Teacher, 1917-. 

Ad., 1009 Middle St., Bath, Me. 
SELMA KOEHLER, A.B. Born, Taunton, Mass. Teacher, High Sch., 

Keene, N. H., 1917-18; Northampton, Mass., 1918-. Res., ?A Park 

St., Northampton, Mass. 
ELSIE MAE LANE, A.B. Born, Rockport, Me. Teacher, Tenants 

Harbor, Me., and Albion, Me., 1918-19; Hi'vh Sch., Canton, Me., 

1919-. 
E. JEANNE MOULTON, A.B. Cumberland Center, Me. 
RUTH MURDOCK, A.B. Born, San ford. Me. Teacher, Bridr.ton, Me., 

1917-. Re.s., Sanford, Me. 
FLORA AMANDA NORTON (Mrs. W. B. Dexter), A.B. Born, Vine- 
land, N. J. Teacher, Hamp.stead, N. H., 1917-18; Social Service, 

Philadelphia, Pa., 1918-19. Res., (!803 Clinton Ave., N. W., Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 
HAZEL LOUISE ROBINSON, A.B. Born, Harrison, Me. Clerk, 

Srown Co., Berlin, N. H; Teacher, Hebron Acad., 1917-18; Navy 

Allotment Office, Washington, D. C, 1918-. Res., Berlin, N. H. 

2:38 



Graduates — Women 1918 

IRMA MARIAN ROSS, A.B. Born, Coiinna, Me. Teacher, High Sch., 
Mapleton, Me., 1917-18; Copy Holder, Pawtucket Evening Times, 
Pawtucket, R. I., 191S-. 

SUSIE MAY SMITH (Mrs. E. P. Smith), A.B. Born, Augusta, Me. 
Asst., Potter Acad., Sebago, Me., 1917-19. Res., Douglas Hill, Me. 

FLOY MARGARET STROUT, A.B. Born, Milo, Me. Teacher, Acad., 
Hampden, Me., 1917-. Res., Milo, Me. 

LUCY BUTLER TAYLOR (Mrs. L. H. Pratt), A.B. Born, Bingham, 
Me. Prin. High Sch., Boothbay, Me., 1917-18; Teacher, High Sch., 
Willimantic, Conn., 1918-19; Wether.^field, Conn., 1919-20. Res., 
12 Marsh St., Wethersfleld, Conn. 

ANNIE FLORENCE TREWORGY, B.S. Born, Penobscot, Me. 
Teacher, Eastern Maine Institute, Springfield, Me., 1917-. 

LILLIAN NINA TUTTLE, A.B. Born, Parsonsfleld, Me. Teacher, 
North Conway, N. H., 1917-18; St. Johnsbury, Vt., 1918-. Res., 
84 Main St., St. Johnsbury, Vt. 

PHOEBIE JOAN ROSS VINCENT (Mrs. R. A. Parker), B.S. Born, 
Island Falls, Me. Teacher, High Sch., Willimantic, Conn., 1917-18. 
Res., 150 North St., Willimantic, Conn. 

MARION HAYWARD WHITE (Mrs. R. N. Smith), A.B. Born, Wor- 
cester, Mass. Recruiting Secy., United War Work Campaign, Port- 
land, Me., 1918-19. Res., 63 Fruit St., Worcester, Mass. 

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CLASS OF 1918 

DORIS PERKINS ANDREWS, A.B. Born, Oxford, Me. Teacher, 
Epping, N. H., High Sch., 1918-. 

ETHEL MILDRED ARMSTRONG, A.B. Born, Camden, Me. Teach- 
er, High Sch., Sanford, Me., 1918-. Res., Camden, Me. 

MARGUERITE TODD BRADBURY (Mrs. W. B. Lamphy), A-B. 
Born, Newburyport, Mass. Teacher, 1918-19. Res., Hickman, Calif. 

IIELENE BRADBURY BUKER, A.B. Born, Somerville, Mass. 
Training Camp for Nurses, Vassar Col., 1918; Newton Hospital 
Newton Lower Falls, Mass. 

EUNICE ELIZA CHASE, A.B. Born, Skowhegan, Me. Teacher, High 
Sch., Hanover, Pa., 1918-. Ad., 130 Broadway, Hanover, Pa. 

PHYLLIS FRANCES COLE, A.B. Born, Cambridge, Me. Teacher, 
High Sch., Sandwich, Mass., 191S-. 

GLADYS VIOLA CRAFT, A.B. Born, Somerville, Mass. Teacher, 
High Sch., Topsfield, Mass., 1918-. Res., 63 Water St., Medford, 
Mass. 

ALTA ESTELLE DAVIS, A.B. Born, Harmony, Me. Teacher, Som- 
erset Acad., Athens, Me., 1918-. 

FLORENCE EATON, A.B. Waterville, Me. 



1918 Colby College 

ELIZABETH ROSE FERNALD, A.B. Bristol, Vt. 

ANNIE VIOLET FRENCH (Mis. P. A. Collins), A.B. Born, Win- 

throp, Me. Teacher, High Sch., Sanford, Me., 1918-19. Res., San- 
ford, Me. 
NORMA HOIT GOODHUE, A.B. Born, Fort Fairfield, Me. Teacher, 

High Sch., Caribou, Me., 1918-19. Ad., Fort Fairfield, Me. 
WINIFRED BELLE GREELEY, A.B. Born, Rumney, N. H. Prin. 

High Sch., West Forks, Me., 1918-19; Teacher, French and Latin, 

High Sch., Deep River, Conn., 1919-. 
LEAH MARION HORNE, A.B. Born, Fairfield, Me. Teacher, High 

Sch., Winthrop, Me., 1918-. 
MARY ELIZABETH JORDAN (Mrs. P. E. Alden), A.B. Born, Wal- 

tham, Me. Prin. High Sch., Caratunk, Me., 1918-19; Asst., High 

Sch., Strong, Me., 1919. Res., Newton Centre, Mass. 
CORNELIA PULSIFER KELLEY, A.B. Born, Waterville, Me. 

Teacher, 1918-19; Student, Radeliff"e Col. Res., Waterville, Me. 
HELEN MAE KIMBALL, B.S. Born, Lawrence, Mass. Teacher, 

Hampton, N. H., 1918-19. Res., .577 Haverhill St., Lawrence, Mass. 
HORTENSE GOULD LAMBERT, A.B. Kennebunk, Me. 
MARION EATON LEWIS, A.B. Born, East Conway, N. H. Frye- 

burg. Me. 
GERTRUDE ELIZABETH MEGQUIER, A.B. Born, Weston, Me. 

Teacher. Res., Weston, Me. 
CATHERINE ESTHER MURRAY, B.S. Born, Fall River, Mass. 

Teacher, High Sch., Waterville, Me., 1918-19; Fairfield, Me., 1919-. 

Res., Waterville, Me. 
DAISY IDELLA MURRAY, A.B. Born, Fairfield, Me. Teacher, 

Hancock, N. H., 1918-19; Laconia, N. H., 1919-. Res., Fairfield, 

Center, Me. 
MARGARET ELLA PERKINS, A.B. Born, Presque Isle, Me. Teach- 
er, Waterville, Me., 1918-19; Brookfield, Mass., 1919-. 
LENNA HULDAH PRESCOTT, A.B. Born, Lawrence, Ma.ss. 

Simmons Col, 1918-19. Res., 690 Haverhill St., Lawrence, Mas.-;. 
ZADIE INEZ REYNOLDS, A.B. Born, Oakland, Me. With Armour 

& Co., Portland, Me. 
ZELLA AMANDA REYNOLDS, A.B. Born, Oakland, Me. Teacher, 

Oak Grove Sem., 1918. Res., Winslow, Me. 
LUCILE RICE (Mrs. E. R. Wheeler), A.B. Born, Oakland, Me. Res., 

Heart's Content, N. F. 
DOROTHY ISABEL ROBERTS, A.B. Born, Caribou, Me. Teacher, 

1918-19. Ad., Fort Fairfield, Me. 
RUBY MARGARET ROBINSON, B.S. Born, Mount Vernon, Mo. 

Teacher. Res., Mount Vernon, Me. 

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Graduates — Women 1919 

JENNIE ODELLE SANBORN, A.B. Born, South Berwick, Me. 

Teacher, Sanborn Seni., Kingston, N. H., 1918-19. Res., South Ber- 
wick, Me. 
WINIFRED CORNELIA SHAW, A.B. Born, Clinton, Me. Teacher, 

High Sch., Rangeley, Me., 1918-19. ' Ad., Lancaster, N. H. 
ALBERTA PHILBRICK SHEPHERD (Mrs. R. L. Marsh), A.B. Born, 

Corinna, Me. Teacher, Acad., Hartland, Me., 1918-19. Res., 

Corinna, Me. 
ISABEL EVELYN SNODGRASS, A.B. Born, Berlin, N. H. Teacher, 

High Sch., Berlin, N. H., 1918-. 
LAURA MAUDE SPALDING, B.S. Born, Temple, N. H. Pastor, 

Center, Me., 1918; Teacher, Eng., Shaw Univ., Raleigh, N. C, 1918- 

19. Res., Andover, Mass. 
MARION ISABEL STARBIRD, A.B., B.S., Simmons, 1919. Born, 

Oxford, Me. Cataloguer, Library Yale Law Sch., New Haven, 

Conn., -1919-. 
KATHRYNE MARY STURTEVANT, A.B. Born, North Yarmouth, 

Me. Teacher, Spanish and French, High Sch., Burlington, Vt., 

1918-. 
GLADYS PEARL TWITCHELL, A.B. Born, South Vassalboro, Me. 

Teacher, High Sch., Whitman, Mass., 1918-19; Prin. High Sch., 

North Woodstock, Vt., 1919-. 
LEILA MARGARET WASHBURN, A.B. Born, Caribou, Me. Teach- 
er, Revere, Mass., 1918-. Res., 2 Vinal St., Revere, Mass. 
HAZEL LUCILE WHITNEY, A.B. Born, Houlton, Me. Preceptress, 

Ricker Clas. Inst., Houlton, Me., 1918-. 
MARGARET WILKINS, A.B. Born, Houlton, Me. Teacher, Hamp- 

stead, N. H., 1918-. 
PAULINE WINDSBERG, A.B. Born, Poland, Russia. Teacher, 

Washburn, Me., 1918-. 
ISABELLE HERVEY ^VING, A.B. 



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CLASS OF 1919 



MIRIAM BRADFORD ADAMS, A.B. Born, Reading, Penn. Teacher, 
Townsend, Mass. 

ANNA BAILEY ANDERSON, A.B. Born, Dover, Me. Prin. High 
Sch., North Haven, Me. 

HELEN LOUISE BALDWIN, A.B. Born, Verona, N. J. Student, 
Boston Univ., 1919-. Ad., 10 Deaconess Road, Boston, Mass. 

ALICE VIRGINIA BARBOUR, A.B. Born, Deering, Me. Ad., 28 
Belknap St., Woodfords, Me. 

HELENE BLACKWELL, A.B. Born, Fairfield, Me. Ad., .53 Pleas- 
ant St., Brunswick, Me. 

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1919 Colby College 

BEATRICE EVELYN BOWLER, A.B. Born, Palermo. Me. Teacher, 
High Sch., Little Valley, N. Y. 

HILDA DRAKE RRADBURY, A.B. Born, Houlton, Me. Teacher, 
High Sch., Raymond, N. H. 

MARIOX CAMPBELL, A.B. Teacher, Junior Hir-h Sch., St. John.-;- 
bury, Vt. 

LURA EMMA DEAN, A.B. Born, New London, N. H. Ad., Sceptre, 
Sa.skatchewan, Canada. 

MIRA LOUISE DOLLEY, A.B. Born, Rapnond, Me. Ad., Raymond, 
Me. 

HILDEGARDE VETH DRUMMOND, B.S. Born, Waterville, Me. 
Grad. Student, Colby Col., 1919-20. Res., Waterville, Me. 

ELIZABETH ROBINSON EAMES, A.B. Born, Win.<low, Me. Teach- 
er, Stevens Acad., Blue Hill, Me. 

MARY ANN FOSS, A.B. Born, Caratunk, Me. Ad., Bingham, Me. 

MARION CUMMINGS GRIFFIN, A.B. Born, Portland, ' Me. Ad., 
401 Brown St., So. Portland, Me. 

ELVIRA CARRIE HALL, A.B. Born, Bov.'doinham, Me. Dean Acad., 
Franklin, Mass. 

KATHARINE GORDON HATCH, A.B. Born, Newton Center, Mas.';. 
Apent, State Board Charities and Corrections, Augusta, Me. 

ELIZABETH HOFFMAN, A.B. Born, Warwick, N. Y. Natl. Head- 
quarters, Boy Scouts of America, N. Y. C, 1919; Dome.stic Credit 
Dept., Guarantee Tru.-:t Co., N. Y. C, 1919-. Ad., 119 East 29th St., 
New York City. 

GRACE AUSTIN LERMOND, A.B. Born, Warren, Me. Ad., Thomas- 
ton, Me. 

BELLE NETTIE LONGLEY, A.B. Born, Smithfield, Me. Ad., Clin- 
ton, Me. 

ELIZABETH McCAUSLAND, A.B. Born^. Kansas City, Kans. 
Teacher Latin, High Sch., Lancaster, N. H. 

VERA LEVAUGHLYN MOORE, B.S. Born, Moose River, Me. Ad., 
Jackman, Me. 

ERNESTINE CLAUDIA PEABODY, A.B. Born, Milan, N. H. 
Teacher, High Sch., Yarmouth, Me. 

LILLIAN ARMINE PIKE, A.B. Born, Corni.'ih, Me. Teacher. Ad., 
Cornish, Me. 

JOSEPHINE RICE, A.B. Born, Milton, Mass. Ad., G28 Randolph 
Ave., Milton, Mass. 

PHYLLIS RUTH STURDIVANT (Mrs. H. P. Sweet.-;er), A.B. Born, 
West Roxbury, Mass. Res., 80 Forest Ave., Orono, Me. 

MARY ANNE TITCOMB, A.B. Born, North Yarmouth, Me. Ad., 
Walnut Hill, Me. 

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Graduates — Women 1919 

MATILDA EVE'LYN TITCOMB, A.B. Born, North Yarmouth, Me. 
Ad., Walnut Hill, Me. 

MARY ELIZABETH TOURTILOTTE, A.B. Bora, Bath, Me. Teach- 
er French, Whipple Sch., Portsmouth, N. H. 

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NON-GRADUATES 



MEN'S DIVISION 



CLASS OF 1826 

*ELISHA SNOW, 1823-25. From Thomaston, Me. 
CLASS OF 1827 

*AURELIUS CHANDLER, 1823-26. From Augusta, Me. 

*VIRGIL DELPHINI PARRIS, 1823-25; A.B., Union, 1827. Born, 
Buckfield, Me., Feb. 8, 1807. Lawyer, Buckfield, Me.; Rep. Me. Legl., 
1833-38; Memb. 25th and 26th Congresses, 1838-40; Me. Sen., 1842- 
43; U. S. Marshal, 1844-49; Naval storekeeper, Navy Yard, Ports- 
mouth, N. H., 1856-60; died, Paris, Me., Jan. 13, 1874, aged 66. 

*EBENEZER G. RAWSON, 1823-25. From Paris, Me. 

*JOHN TAYLOR, 1823-24. From Belgrade, Me. 

^CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS TOBIE, 1823-24. M.D., Bowdoin, 1829. 
Born, New Gloucester, Me., Jan. 1, 1805. Bank cashier, Westbrook, 
Me.; Physician, Netawaka, Kans.; died, Netawaka, Kans., Aug. 12, 
1885, aged 80. 

*OBED WILSON, Jr., 1823-24. From Bingham, Me. Died, Dec. 12, 
1824. 

CLASS OF 1828 

*RIPLEY E. W. ADAMS, 1824-25. From Norridgewock, Me. 
*JOHN B. ALLEN, 1824-25. From Vassalboro, Me. 
*SORANNUS BRETTUN, 1824-25. From Livermore, Me. 
*CYRUS S. CLARK, 1824-27. From Turner, Me. 
*ISAAC GOWARD, 1824-25. From Cornish, N. H. 
*CHARLES HEYWOOD, 1824-25. From Waterville, Me. 
*ISAAC A. JEWETT, 1824-25. From Columbus, Ohio. 
*DANIEL LOVEJOY, 1824-26. From Albion, Me. 

CLASS OF 1829 

^ELIJAH BAKER, 1825-27. From Fishersfield, Me. 
*SAMUEL CONEY, 1825-27. A.B., Brown, 1829. Born, Augusta, 
Me., Feb. 27, 1811. Lawyer, Old Town, and E.xeter, Me.; Judge, Pro- 

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1829 Colby College 

bate, Penobscot Co., 1840-47; State land agent, Bangor, 1847-50; 
Lawyer, Augusta, 1850-70; State treasurer, 1850-55; Mayor Augusta, 
1854-55; Me. Legl., 1-862-63; Governor Me., 186.3-66; died, Augusta, 
Me., Oct. 5, 1870, aged 59. 

*STEPHEN PRESCOTT HILL, 1825-27; A.B., Brown, 1829; D.D., 
Madison, 1857. Born, Salem, Mass., April 17, 1806. Grad. Newton 
Theo. Inst, 1832; Pastor, Haverhill, Mass.; Baltimore, Md.; Wash- 
ington, D. C.; Trustee, Columbian Col.; Author, The Best Plan of 
an International Tribunal of Peace; joint ed., The Psalmint ; died, 
Washington, D. C, Sept. 15, 1884, aged 78. 

'^HARTSHORN HINKLEY, 1825-27. From Livermorc, Mc. 

*HIRAM WARREN, 1825-27. From Watervillc, Me. 

CLASS OF 1830 

*TIMOTHY BOUTELLE, Jr., 1826-27. From Waterville, Mc. Born, 
1811; died, 1831. 

*JONATHAN ANDREW CHUTE, 1826-27. M.D., Dartmouth, 18:!5. 
Born, Naples, Me., April 23, 1811. Physician, Westport, Me.; died, 
Oct. 1, 1838, aged 27. 

*NATHANIEL HOBBS HUBBARD, 1826-28. Lawyer; Judge of Pro- 
bate; Col. 26th Maine Vols.; died, Winterport, Me., March 9, 1892. 

*DANIEL JEWETT, 1826-27. From Pitt.ston, Me. 

*JOSEPH W. PARKER, 1826-27. From Cavendish, Vt. 

*ASA RICHARDSON, 1826-27. From Dearborn, Me. 

CLASS OF 1832 

*JULIUS BLISS, 1828-31. From Springfield, Mass. 
*HENRY H. JENNINGS, 1828-31. From Nobleboro, Me. 

CLASS OF 1833 

*JOSEPH PRINCE, 1829-31. A.B., Bowdoin, 1S:J5, and A.M., 1838. 
Born, Thomaston, Me., Sept. 16, 1815. Teacher and clergyman, 
Monroe, Ga.; died, Sept. 10, 1843, aged 27. 

CLASS OF 1834 

*JOHN APPLETON, 1830-31. From Portland, Me. 

*FREDERIC WILLIAM BLISH, 1830-32. From Barnstable, Mass. 

Died, Waterville, Me., June 27, 1832. 
*ARTEMAS L. BOUTELLE, 1830-33. Born, Waterville, Mc, June 4, 

1815. Died, West Feliciana, La., Sept. 1, 1835, aged 21. 
*MILTON CLEMENT, 1830-31. From Waterville, Me. 
*HERVEY S. DALE, 1832-33. From New York, N. Y. 

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Non-Graduates — Men 1836 

*SAMUEL L. GOULD, 1830-34. From Boston, Mass. 

*JOHN INGALLS, 1830-31. From Sandown, N. H. 

*STEPHENS JEWETT, 1830-31. From Sidney, Me. 

*AMBROSE P. MERRILL, 1830-31. From Franliport, Me. 

*JONATHAN PEARSON, 1830-31. From Chichester, N. H. 

*JOSEPH S. RICE, 1830-31. From Ellsworth, Me. 

"JONATHAN YOUNG SCAMMAN, 1830-31. LL.D., 1869, also Chi- 
cago, 1862. Born, Whitefield, Me., July 27, 1812. Lawyer, Chicago, 
111., 1835-57; Asst. Clerk, Cook Co., 111., 1835-56; Reporter, Supreme 
Court, 111., 1839-45; Dir., Galena & Chicago R. R.; Pres., Bd. Educa., 
Chicago; Founder, Chicago Acad. Sciences; Pres., Chicago Astro- 
nomical Soc; Established Inter-Occan, 1872; Vice-Pres., General 
Conv., New Jerusalem Ch., 10 years; Trustee, Univ. of Chicago; died, 
Chicago, 111., March 17, 1890, aged 77. 

CLASS OF 1835 

*SEWALL S. CUTTING, 1831-33; A.B., Univ. Vt., 1835, A.M., 1840, 
and D.D., 1859. Born, Windsor, Vt., Jan. 19, 1813. Pastor, West 
Boylston, Mass., 1836-37; Southbridge, 1837-45; Ed., New York Re- 
corder, 1845-50; Christian Review, 1850-52; New York Recorder, 
1853-55, and The Examiner; Prof. Rhetoric and Hist., Univ. of 
Rochester, 1855-68; Secy., Amer. Bapt. Educa. Com., 1868-79; .Secy., 
Amer. Bapt. Home Mis. Soc, 1879-80; Author, Historical Vindica- 
tions, (1859) ; Struggles and Triumphs of Reliijiiius Lihcrlij, (1876) ; 
Ancient Baptistry; died, Brooklyn, N. Y., Feb. 7, 1882, aged 69. 

*HENRY C. EVANS, 1831-33. From Hallowcll, Me. 

*CHARLES A. EVERETT, 1831-33. From Dover, Me. 

*EZEKIEL J. M. HALE, 1831-33. From Haverhill, Mass. 

*HERVEY HAWES, 1831-33. From Waterville, Me. 

*EDWARD T. RICHARDSON, 1831-33. From New York, N. Y. 

*BENJAMIN WILLIAMS, 1831-36. From St. David, N. B. 

CLASS OF 1836 

*EBENEZER T. ALLEN, 1832-35. From Townshend, Vt. 
*BENJAMIN G. BRUCE, 1832-33. From Wilmington, Vt. 
*CHARLES S. BUSWELL, 1832-36. From Bradford, Mass. 
*CHARLES H. BUTTERS, 1832-34. From Pittsfield, N. H. 
*WILLIAM F. CHASE, 1832-33. From Kcene, N. H. 
*BENJAMIN WHITE CURTIS, 1832-36. A.B., Dartmouth, 1836, and 

A.M., 1839; M.D., Univ. Penn., 1843. Born, Wells, Me., Oct. 8, 1816. 

Physician; died, Portsmouth, N. H., Sept. 24, 1882, aged 65. 
*FRANCIS J. DAY, 1835-36. Born, Hallowell, Me., Aug. 22, 1815. 

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1836 Colby College 

Lawyer, South Carolina; Merchant, Hallowell, Me.; died, Oct. 24, 
1884, aged 69. 

*PHILIP EVELETH, 18.32-35. From New Gloucester, Me. 

*AUGUSTUS EVERETT, 1832-36. A.B., Dartmouth, 1836, and A.M., 
1839. Born, Princeton, Mass., Aug. 3, 1813. Prof. Eng. Lang., 
Jefferson Col., La., 1838-40; Prof. Eng. and French Lang., Baton 
Rouge, La., 1841; died, Oct. 18, 1843, aged 30. 

*ERASTUS EVERETT, 1832-36. A.B., Dartmouth, 1836, and A.M., 
1839, and LL.D., 1876. Born, Princeton, Mass., Aug. 3, 1813. Prof. 
Eng. Lang, and Hist., Jefferson Col., La., 1840-43; Founder Col. of 
New Orleans, and Pres., 18.54-55 ; Prof. Greek and Latin, Rutgers 
Female Col., 1875-79; Author, A Sijstem of Versification, (1848); 
died. May 7, 1900, aged 86. 

*SAMUEL WHEELER FIELD, 1832-36. A.B., New York Univ., 
1836, D.D., Central Univ., 1877. Born, North Yarmouth, Me., April 
28, 1813. Newton Theo. Inst., 1839; Pastor, Methuen, Mass., 1840- 
46; Hallowell, Me., 1846-49; Providence, R. I., 1849-59; Chaplain, 
12th R. I. Vols., 1862-65; died. Providence, R. I., Oct. 28, 1887, 
aged 74. 

*JONATHAN MERRILL FORBUSH, 1832-36. Born, Grafton, Mass., 
March 19, 1815; died, Waterville, Me., March 4, 1836, aged 20. 

*JOHN GAGE. From Bluehill, Me. Drowned, Waterville, Me., May 
7, -1833, aged 21. 

*SUMNER HALE, 1832-36. From Chelmsford, Mass. 

*WILLIAM JENNEY, 1832-36. From Middleboro, Mass. 

*GEORGE L. LeROW, 1833-35. From Boston, Mass. 

*ELIAS LYMAN MAGOON, 1832-36. A.M., 1842, D.D., Rochester, 
1853. Pastor, Richmond, Va., 1839-45; Cincinnati, O., 1845-49; New 
York, 1849-57; Albany, 1857-67; Philadelphia, Pa.; Trustee, Vassar 
Col.; Author, Orators of the American Revolution, (1848); Proverbs 
for the People, (1848) ; Living Orators in America, (1849) ; Repub- 
lican Christianity, (1849); Westtvard Empire, (1856); died, Phila- 
delphia, Pa., Nov. 25, 1886, aged 77. 

*ASA MILLET, 1832-36. M.D., Bowdoin, 1842. Born, Leeds, Me., 
June 22, 1813. Physician, Mattapoisett, Mass., 1842-47; Abington, 
1854-62; Bridgewater, 1862-73; East Bridgewater, 1847-54, 1873-93; 
Act. Asst. Surg., U. S. A., 1861; died, March 21, 1893, aged 79. 

*DANIEL PERRY, 1832-33. From Holliston, Mass. 

*RICHARD F. POTTER, 1832-35. From Sebago, Me. 

*JASON H. SHERMAN, 1835-36. From Waterville, Me. 

*LUTHER C. STEVENS, 1832-33. From Shapleigh, Me. 

*EDWIN WARREN, 1832-33. From North Yarmouth, Me. 

♦WILLIAM B. WEDGWOOD, 1832-36. From Parsonsfield, Me. 
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Non-Graduates — Men 1838 

*FREDERICK B. WELLS, 1832-36. From Durham, N. H. 

*ZENAS PAINE WENTWORTH,* 1832-36. A.B., Dartmouth, 1836, 

and A.M., 1839. Born, Parsonsfield, Me., June 15, 1809. Lawyer; 

Judge Probate; died, Houlton, Me., Sept. 2, 1864, aged 55. 

CLASS OF 1837 

*SAMUEL E. BAILEY, 1833-34. From Waterville, Me. 

*JAMES M. BARNABY, 1833-34. From Lowell, Mass. 

*SHADRACH S. BRADFORD, 1833-37. From Middleborough, Mass. 

*JOHN F. BURBANK, 1833-36. From Portland, Me. 

*PORTER S. BURBANK, 1833-36. From Newfield, Me. 

*AUSTIN CAREY, 1833-34. From North Bridgewater, Mass. 

*BENJAMIN F. CHANDLER, 1833-34. From Augusta, Me. 

*HARTLY W. DAY, 1833-37. From Sidney, Me. 

*WILLIAM L. EATON, 1833-36. From Weare, N. H. 

*JAMES M. GOODMAN, 1833-36. From Charlottesville, Va. 

*JOSHUA GRAY, 1833-34. From Anson, Me. Bowdoin, 1834-36. 
Born, May 31, 1811. Deceased. 

*JOHN GROVES, 1833-34. From Pittston, Me. 

*ASA P. HAMMOND, 1833-34. From Ticonderoga, N. Y. 

*HIRAM HANOVER, 1833-34. From Pittston, Me. 

*SAMUEL A. JEWETT, 1833-37. From Pittston, Me. 

*THOMAS MOULTON, 1833-37. From Porter, Me. 

*HENRY NICHOLS, 1833-34. From Enfield, N. H. 

*JOSEPH MONROE ROCKWOOD, 1833-36. A.B., Dartmouth, 1837. 
Born, Bellingham, Mass., July 1, 1818. Newton Theo. Inst., 1838-41; 
Pastor, Rutland, Vt., 1841-49; Belchertown, Mass., 1849-55; Fin. 
Agt., Ladies Col. Inst., Worcester, 1855-56; Pastor, New England 
Village, 1857-64; U. S. Christian Com., 1864; Pastor, Middlefield, 
Mass., 1865-90; Memb. Mass. Const. Convention, 1853; Mass. Legl., 

• 1864; died, Bellingham, Mass., Jan. 31, 1910, aged 91. 

*THEODORE SAUNDERS, 1833-34. From Augusta, Me. 

*LUCIUS L. SCAMMEL, 1833-36. From Bellingham, Mass. 

*JOSEPH STAGEY, 1833-36. From Acton, Me. 

♦GEORGE N. TOWNSEND, 1833-37. From Bolton, Mass. 

♦JACOB TUCK, 1833-37. From Manchester, Mass. 

CLASS OF 1838 

♦WILLIAM A. ARCHER, 1834-35. From Coo.^^awhatchie, S. C. 
♦JOHN B. BRADBURY, 1835-36. From Guilford, N. H; 
♦LUCIUS BRADFORD, 1834-37. From Turner, Me. 

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1838 Colby College 

*DANIEL E. BURBANK, 1835-36. From Portland, Me. 

*BARZILLAI COTTLE, 1834-36. From Vassalboro, Me. 

*ENOCH WEBSTER EVANS, 1834-37. A.B., Dartmouth, 1838. Born, 
Fryeburg, Me., July 16, 1815. Lawyer; died, Chicago, 111., Sept. 2, 
1879, aged 64. 

*HBWETT CHANDLER FESSENDEN, 1834-36. A.B., Dartmouth, 
1838, M.D., Bowdoin, 1841. Born, New Gloucester, Me., Dec. 26, 
1819. Act. Asst. Surg., U. S. A.; Physician; died, Ea.stport, Me., 
Oct. 22, 1885, aged 65. 

*OLIVER GRISWOLD FESSENDEN, 1834-36. A.B., Dartmouth, 
1838. Born, New Gloucester, Me., March 28, 1818. Lawyer; died, 
Geneva, N. Y., May 21, 1851, aged 32. 

*THOMAS GOLDTHWAIT, 1834-36. From Augusta, Me. 

*SMITH B. GOODENOW, 1834-37. From Providence, R. L 

*OLIVER C. GUPTILL, 1834-37. From North Berwick, Me. 

*PARKER ROWLAND, 1834-35. From Barnstable, Mass. 

*ALFRED LOTHROP, 1835-36. From Dover, Me. 

*NATHAN W. OLIVER, 1834-36. From Waterville, Me. 

*JAMES PRIDEAUX, 1834-37. From Plymouth, Mass. 

*SHUTHELAH M. RICE, 1834-35. From Madison, Me. 

*JOSBPH RUSSELL, Jr., 1834-36. From Farmington, Me. 

*WILLIAM B. RUSSELL, 1834-36. From New Bedford, Mass. 

*WALTER T. SARGENT, 1834-35. From Methuen, Mass. 

*JACKSON SMITH SCHULZ, 1834-35. A.M., 1867. -Born, Hyde 
Park, N. Y., Nov. 5, 1815. Firm of Young & Schultz, New York 
City, 1837-91; Pres. Board Health, New York City; Pres. Excise Com- 
mission, New York City, 1866-77; U. S. Commissioner to Vienna 
Exposition, 1873; Dir. Park Bank; Author, Leather Manufacture in 
the United States; died. New York City, March 1, 1891, aged 75. 

*GEORGE TUBBS, 1834-37. From Georgia, Vt. 

*EDWARD DWYER VERY, 1834-36. A.B., Dartmouth, 1837. Born, 
Salem, Mass., Dec. 30, 1813. Clergyman; drowned in Bay of Fundy,' 
June 8, 1852, aged 38. 

*WILLIAM WHEELER, 1835-36. From Eastport, Me. 

*HENRY BATCHELDER WIGGIN, 1834-37. A.B., Dartmouth, 1838. 
Born, Northwood, N. H., May 23, 1813. Clergyman and teacher; 
died, Northwood, N. H., Sept., 1890, aged 77. 

CLASS OF 1839 

*THEOPHILUS BACHELDER, 1835-37. From Thomaston, Me. 

♦WILLIAM CURTIS, 1835-36. From Bangor, Me. 

*ALFRED FLETCHER, 1835-37. A.B., Bowdoin, 1839. Born, China, 

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Non-Graduates — Men 1840 

Me., Aug. 31, 1817. Lawyer, China, Me.; Rep. Me. Legl., 1857; Me. 

Senate, 1858-59; Capt. 24th Me. Vols.; died. Sept 18, 1868, aged 51. 
*LEVI HIGGINS, Jr., 1835-37. From Eden, Me. 
*THOMAS C. KEELEY, 1835-36. From Haverhill, Mass. 
*LEVI E. LINCOLN, 1835-37. From Milton, Mass. 
*ARTEMAS M. PIPER, 1835-37. From Northfield, Mass. 
*JOHN PORTER, 1835-36. From Danvers, Mass. 
*MARTIN B. RICHARDSON, 1836-37. From Sturbridge, Mass. 
*PEARLEY P. SANDERSON, 1835-36. From Boston, Mass. 
* FRANKLIN START, 1835-37. From Camden, Me. 
*EZRA TOWNE, 1835-37. From Dover, Me. 

*CHARLES W. WALKER, 1835-37. From West Boylston, Mass. 
*JOSEPH A. WOODBURY, 1835-37. From Ackworth, N. H. 

CLASS OF 1840 

*THOMAS B. ADAMS, 1836-38. From Waterville, Me. 

*CHARLES P. BARTLETT, 1836-37. From Hartford, Me. 

*WILLIAM STINSON BLANCHARD, 1836-39. A.B., Bowdoin, 1840, 
and A.M., 1843. Born, Wilton, Me., Feb. 10, 1813. Lane Theo. Sem., 
1845; Pastor Cong. Ch., Sheboygan, Wis., 1847-50; Prof. Ancient 
Lang., Cleveland Univ., O., 1852-60; died. May 10, 1896, aged 83. 

*CYRUS CASE, 1836-37. Born, Farmington, Me., 181L Pastor, 
Monmouth, Me.; Greene, Me., 1848-52; St. George, Me., 1853; Patten, 
Me., 1854-57; Monmouth, Me., 1857-61; Wells Depot, Me., 1861-66; 
North Alfred, Me., 1866-69; died, Patten, Me., 1870, aged 59. 

*EDMUND CHADWICK, 1836-37. A.B. Bowdoin, 1840, and A.M., 
1843. Born, Middleton, N. H., Jan. 12, 1812. Teacher, Nashville, 
Tenn., 1840-42; Bangor Theo. Sem., 1845; Pastor, Cong. Ch., Frank- 
lin, N. H., 1845-47; Prin. Starkey Sem., N. Y., 1847-61; Dundee 
Acad., N. Y., 1863-67; Fruit grower, Eddytown, N. Y., 1867-99; 
died, Eddytown, N. Y., April 7, 1899, aged 87. 

*WILLIAM R. FRENCH, 1836-37. From Turner, Me. 

*JOHN S. GARDINER, 1836-39. From Hallowell, Me. 

*MIRICK HASKINS, 1836-37. From Middleborough, Mass. 

*WILLIAM P. PATTISON, 1836-39. From Providence, R. I. 

*CORNELIUS STONE, 1836-39. A.B., Bowdoin, 1840, and A.M., 1843. 
Born, Jay, Me., May 28, 1817. Bangor Theo. Sem., 1843. Pastor M. 
E. Ch., Columbia, Me., 1841-42; Clinton, 1843-44; Brunswick, 1844-45; 
Kent's Hill, 1845-46; Frankfort, 1846-47; Oxford, 1847-49; Wilton, 
1849-50; Faii-fleld, 1850-51; Richmond, 1851-52; New Sharon, 1852- 
54; Mercer, 1854-56; Strong, 1856-58; Rep. Me. Legl., 1863-64; Me. 
Senate, 1865-66; died. Jay, Me., April 5, 1866, aged 48. 

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1840 Colby College 

*FRANCIS K. SWAN, 1836-37. From Calais, Me. 

*JOHN KNOWLES TRUE, 1836-37. A.B., Bowdoin, 1840, and A.M., 
1843. Born, Montville, Me., May 2, 1815. Prin. Westbrook Sem., 
1840-43; Res., Montville, Me., 1843-46; died, Mt. Vernon, 0., Aug. 
9, 1847, aged 32. 

*JAMES PARTELOW WESTON, 1836-37. A.B., Bowdoin, 1840, and 
A.M., 1843; D.D., Tufts, 1864. Born, Bremen, Me., July 14, 181.5. 
Prin. Waterville Lib. Inst., 1841-43, and 1850-53; Pastor, Univ. Ch., 
Gardiner, Me., 1843-50; Prin. Westbrook Sem., 1853-59; Pres. Lom- 
bard Univ., 111., 1859-72; Prin. Dean Acad., Franklin, Mass., 1872- 
77; died, Dec. 31, 1888, aged 73. 

*HARRISON GRAY OTIS WINSLOW, 1836-37. Bowdoin Med. Sch., 
1838. From Augusta, Me. Deceased. 

CLASS OF 1841 

*NATHAN ELDEN, 1837-39 A.B., Bowdoin, 1841. Born, Buxton, 
Me., July 10, 1817. Teacher, Mississippi, 1841-53; Farmer, Buxton, 
Me., 1853-86; died, June 30, 1886, aged 68. 

*ALFRED HAWES 18.38-39. From Holliston, Mass. 

*JOHN W. SCAMMELL, 1838-39. From Milford, Mass. 

CLASS OF 1842 

*JOSEPH G. BENNETT, 1838-39. From New Bo.ston, N. H. 

*EDMUND A. CHADWICK, 1838-39. From Gardiner, Me. 

*JONATHAN S. COLBY, 1838-39. From Richmond, Me. 

*ELBRIDGE G. DALTON, 1838-39. From Gilmanton, N. H. 

*JUDSON J. FOGG, 1838-39. From Meredith, N. H. 

*FRANKLIN MUZZY, 1838-39. From Searsmont, Me. 

*BENJAMIN F. PREBLE, 1838-39. From Camden, Me. Died, Oct. 
18, 1840, aged 20. 

*BENJAMIN W. ROBERTS, 1838-39. Born, Boston, Mass., July 27, 
1816. Teacher, Newton Lower Falls, Mass.; Webster, Mass.; Cam- 
bridge, Mass., from 1848; died, Jan. 24, 1900, aged 83. 

*WILLIAM H. THOMAS, 1838-39. From Augusta, Me. 

*CHARLES K. WELLS, 1838-39. From Bloomfield, Me. 

'JOSEPH WARREN WESTON, 1838-39. A.B., Bowdoin, 1843, and 
A.M., 1852. Born, Skowhegan, Me., Feb. 4, 1818. Prin. Bloomfield 
Acad., 1848-49; Philadelphia, Pa., 1849-50; New London, Pa., 1850- 
51; Newark Acad., Del., 1851-57; Danville Acad., Pa., 1857-61; Mer- 
chant, Plymouth, Pa.; died, Dallas, Penn., Feb. 18, 1901, aged 83. 

*SIMON A. WHITTEN, 1838-39. From Parson.sfield, Me. 

*ALONZO WING, 1838-39. From Wayne, Me. 



Non-Graduates — Men 1844 

*JONATHAN FRANKLIN WOODSIDE, 1838-39. A.B., Bowdoin, 
1842, and A.M., 1851. Born, Wales, Me., Jan., 1818. Lawyer, Bo.s- 
ton, Mass.; died, Feb. 7, 1889, aged 71. 

^JOSEPH A. WYMAN 1838-39. Born, Bloomfield, Me., Nov. 5, 1821. 
Bowdoin, 1840-41; died, Galena, Wis., about 1842. 



CLASS OF 1843 
*ROBERT B. AYER, 1839-42. From Winslow, Me. 
*ANDREW J. LOWELL, 1839-42. From Chesterville, Me. 
*RICHARD MACE, Jr., 1839-42. From Roadfield, Me. 

CLASS OF 1844 

*FRANKLIN DAMAN, 1840-42. From Hanover, Mass. 

*WILLIAM H. DINGLEY, 1840-42. From Winslow, Me. 

*WILLIAM HENRY FARNHAM, 1840-42. A.B., Bowdoin, 1844. 
Born, Bangor, Me., March 24, 1824. Soldier, Mexican war; Lawyer, 
Bangor, Me.; Miner, Calif.; 3d Calif. Vols., 1862-65; Lumber busi- 
ness, Selma, Ala.; died, July 27, 1872, aged 48. 

*EDMUND WEBSTER FLAGG, 1840-42. A.B., Bowdoin, 1844, and 
A.M., 1847. Born, Bangor, Me., July 31, 1824. Lawyer, Corinth, Me., 
1847-53; Bangor, 1853-73; died, Jan. 16, 1873, aged 48. 

*JAMES GODFREY, 1840-42. A.B., Bowdoin, 1844. Born, Bangor, 
Me., Oct. 8, 1822. Teacher, Alabama, 1844-46; Lawyer, Waldoboro, 
Me., 1847-48; Houlton, 1848-50; died, Aug. 30, 1850, aged 27. 

*JAMES HERVEY HACKLETON, 1840-44. A.B., Bowdoin, 1844. 
Born, Bristol, Me., April 9, 1819. Lawyer and teacher, Lagrange, 
Tenn.; Teacher, Holly Springs, Miss.; Cotton broker, Memphis, 
Tenn.; Teacher, Frederick, Md.; died, April 15, 1877, aged 58. 

*OLIVER PEASLEE JEWETT, 1840-42. A.B., Bowdoin, 1844. Born, 
North Whitefield, Me., March 30, 1820. Teacher, Houston, Texas, 
1847-51; died, 1860. 

*WINSLOW MARSTON, 1840-42. From Waterville, Me. 

*SEDGEWICK L. PLUMMER, 1840-42. From Gardiner, Me. 

*JAMES F. RAWSON, 1840-42. From Paris, Me. 

*SAMUEL P. THOMAS, 1840-42. From Waterville, Me. 

*DANIEL THURSTON, 1840-42. From Madison, Me. 

*HORATIO QUINCY WHEELER, 1840-42. A.B., Bowdoin, 1844, and 
A.M., 1847. Born, Norridgewock, Me., March 8, 1819. Lawyer and 
banker, Evansville, Ind.; died, Elsinore, Calif., Jan. 20, 1888, aged 68. 



1844 Colby College 

*GEORGE SIMEON WOODWARD, 1840-42. A.B., Bowdoin, 1844, 
and A.M., 1847. Born, Gardiner, Me., Oct. 18, 1818. Teacher, West. 
Chester, Pa., 1844-48; Pastor Cong. Ch., Parkville, Mo., 1849-63; 
Leavenworth, Kans., 1863-68; Insurance, Leavenworth, Kans., 1869- 
92; died, April 1, 1892, aged 73. 

CLASS OF 1845 

*GEORGE W. BRIGGS, 1841-45. A.M., 1860; also Ph.D., Madison, 

1874. Prin. Female Sem., Auburndale, Mass.; died, 1874, aged 52. 
*MATHEW B. BULLARD, 1841-42. From Taunton, Mass. 
* EDWIN W. CLARK, 1841-42. From Taunton, Mass. 
*ROBERT COLE, 1841-44. From Levant, Me. 
*JOHN DENNIS, Jr., 1841-44. From Litchfield, Me. 
*NATHAN L. FOWLER, 1841-42. From Fairfield, Me. 
*HARRISON B. GOWER, 1841-42. From New Sharon, Me. 
*GEORGE HASTY, 1841-42. From Waterville, Me. 
*KILBURN HOLT, 1841-44. From Levant, Me. 
*ELIJAH W. JONES, 1841-44. From Augusta, Me. 
*JOHN J. McLELLAN, 1841-44. From Bloomfield, Me. 
*JAMES NOYES, 1841-42. From Kingston, R. I. 
*AUSTIN SAVAGE, 1841-42. From Bloomfield, Me. 
*WILLIAM HENRY SEAVEY, 1841-42. A.B., Bowdoin, 1845, and A.M, 

1848. Born, Hallowell, Me., March 5, 1823. Headmaster, Girls' High 

Sch., Boston, Mass., 1856-68; died, April 26, 1868, aged 45. 
*ELBRIDGE SMITH, 184.3-44. From Palmyra, Me. 
*WILLIAM H. VAN DER BURGH, 1841-42. From Pleasant Valley, 

N. Y. 
*GANEM WASHBURN, 1841-42. A.B., Bowdoin, 1845. Born, Liv- 

ermore. Me., Oct. 29, 1823. Lawyer, Oshkosh, Wis., 1847-64; Memb. 

Wis. Senate, 1859-60; County Judge, 1861-64; Circuit Judge, 1864- 

79; died, Oshkosh, Wis., Oct. 7, 1907, aged 83. 

CLASSIC F;1846 

*JOHN DINSMORE, 184.3-45. A.B., Bowdoin, 1848, and A.M., 1851. 

Born, Anson, Me., April 20, 1821. Teacher, Industry, Me., 1848- 

49; Bangor Theo. Sem., 1852; Pastor Cong. Ch., New Hampton, N. 

H., 1852-62; Winslow, Me., 1862-80; Harpswell, 1884-88; died, Dec. 

8, 1907, aged 86. 
*JOHN W. HARRIS, 1842-46. From Claremont, N. H. Died, Feb. 8, 

1846. 
*PEREZ SOUTHWORTH, 1842-44. A.B., Bowdoin, 1846. Born, 

Winthrop, Me., Aug. 11, 1822. Bangor Theo. Sem.; Pastor Cong. 

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Non-Graduates — Men 1848 

Ch., Garrettsburg, Ky., 1848-49; died, near Gallatin, Tenn., June 
15, 1849, aged 26. 
'LEONARD SWETT, 1842-45. Prom Turner, Me. 

CLASS OF 1847 

"WILLIAM M. BAKER, 1843-44. From Belfast, Me. 

"SAMUEL AUGUSTUS BICKFORD, 1844-47. A.B., Bowdoin, 1847. 
Born, Skowhegan, Me., Oct. 21, 1823. Lawyer, Anson, Me., 1850-51; 
Mining, Australia and New Zealand, 1852-67; Res., Skowhegan, Me., 
from 1867; Sheriff, Somerset Co., 1881-85; Insurance, 1886-96; died, 
Sept. 17, 1896, aged 72. 

"WILLIAM L. BROWN, 1843-45. From South Reading, Mass. 

"JOHN P. CRAIG, 1844-46. From Readfield, Me. 

•'ENOCH L. CUMMINGS, 1843-45. From Parkman, Me. 

"SAMUEL H. CURRIER, 1844-45. From Readfield, Me. 

"CLEMENT J. DYER, 1845-46. From Cape Elizabeth, Me. 

"BRADFORD H. LINCOLN, 1844-45. From Hingham, Mass. 

"HENRY BAKER NEIL, 1844-47. A.B., Bowdoin, 1847, and A.M., 
1850. Born, Skowhegan, Me., Dec. 21, 1827. Merchant, Skowhegan, 
Me., 1847-51; Mining, Australia, 1851-66; Montana, 1866-68; Mer- 
chant, Tie Siding, Wyo., 1868-1910; died, Laramie, Wyo., March 9, 
1912, aged 84. 

"JOHN B. NUTTING, 1843-46. From Gardiner, Me. 

*REUBEN A. RICKER, 1843-46. From North Berwick, Me. 

"THOMAS H. RIPLEY, 1843-46. From Portland, Me. 

"EDWIN PAYSON SNOW, 1843-45. M.D., Bowdoin, 1849. Born, 
Atkinson, Me., Sept. 25, 1825. Physician, Atkinson, Me., 1849-1900; 
died, Nov. 10, 1900, aged 75. 

"WILLIAM STICKNEY, 1843-46. From Vassalboro, Me. Navy Dept., 
Washington, D. C. 

*THOMAS TIBBETS, Jr., 1843-45. From Woolwich, Me. 

*HENRY ILSLEY WARE, 1843-46. From Athens, Me. Born, May 
21, 1846. Died, Athens, Me., Oct. 12, 1847, aged 21. 

♦DANIEL D. WINN, 1843-45. From Woburn, Mass. 

CLASS OF 1848 

♦AUGUSTUS OLIVER ALLEN, 1845-46. A.B., Bowdoin, 1848, and 
A.M., 1851.- Born, Gardiner, Me., Dec. 21, 1827. Lawyer, Boston, 
Mass.; died, Aug. 17, 1869, aged 42. 

♦BENJAMIN GOULD AMES, 1844-46. From New Sharon, Me. 

♦HENRY JACKSON ARNOLD, 1844-45. A.B., Dartmouth, 1849. 

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1848 Colby College 

Born, Charlestown, Mass., April 10, 1825. Teacher; died, Medway, 

Mass., Jan. 18, 1849, aged 23. 
*LEMON BENNETT, 1845-47. A.B., Dartmouth, 1848, and A.M., 

1851. Born, Putney, Vt., April 8, 1822. Farmer; died, Murray, la., 

Jan. 12, 1892, aged 69. 
*AMOS BIXBY, 1844-46. From Norridgewock, Me. 
'•"BENJAMIN S. BRONSON, 1844-47. From Augusta, Me. 
*NAPOLEON BONAPARTE BRYANT, 1845-48. From Andover, 

N. H. 
*HORATIO QUINCY BUTTERFIELD, 1844-47. A.B., Harvard, 1848, 

and A.M., 1849; D.D., Illinois Col., 1869. From Farming-ton, Me. 

Bangor Theo. Sem., 1853; Pastor, Cong, churches, 1854-64; Prof. 

Ancient Lang., Washburn Col., 1866-69; Pres., 1869-70; Pres., Olivet 

Col., 1876-92; died. Olivet, Mich., Feb. 12, 1894. 
*ASA D ALTON, 1844-45. D.D., 1885; A.B., Harvard, 1848. Harvard 

Div. Sch., 1849; Newton Theo. Inst., 1849-51; Rector, Episc. Ch., 

Augusta, Me., 1851-54; Bangor, 1856-62; Portland, Me., 1863-1906; 

died, Portland, Me., Aug. 29, 1912, aged 87. 
*BENJAMIN WILLEY DEAN 1844-47. A.B., Dartmouth, 1848, and 

A.M., 1851. Born, Manchester, Vt., Jan. 26, 1827; Lawyer, Grafton, 

Vt.; Memb. Vt. Genl. Assembly, 1856-57; Secy, of State, Vt., 1857- 

61; died, Grafton, Vt., July 6, 1863, aged 36. 
*WILLIAM FRANKLIN GIDDINGS, 1844-48. From Campton, N. H. 
*JOSEPH CALDWELL HAWES, 1845-46. From Anson, Me. 
*JOHN JEWETT, 1844-46. A.B., Bowdoin, 1848, and A.M., 1851. 

Born, Readfield, Me., Sept. 25, 1827. Lawyer, Appleton, Wis.; Capt. 

21st Wis. Vols.; died, Mitchellsville, Tenn., Nov. 21, 1862, aged 35. 
*WILLIAM HENRY JEWETT, 1844-46. M.D., Bowdoin, 1850. Born, 

Readfield, Me., 1826. Physician, Turner, Me.; Asst. Surg., 3d Me. 

Vols., 1862; died, Aug. 26, 1879, aged 53. 
*ALBION KEITH PARRIS JOY, 1845-47. From Boston, Mass. 
*JOHN E. PRYOR, 1845-48. From Horton, N. S. 
*EPHRAIM WOOD YOUNG, 1844-46. A.B., Harvard, 1848, and A.M., 

1851. From Bingham, Me. Teacher, 1848-56; Adm. to the bar, 

1856; Lawyer, Waupun, Prairie du Sac, and Baraboo, Wis.; Memb. 

Wi.s. Legl., 1860; Chief Clerk, 1866-73; Judge County court, Sauk 

Co., Wis., 1882-90; died, 1892. 



CLASS OF 1849 

''JOHN BAILEY, 1845-46. From East Thomaston, Me. Died, Aug. 

2, 1852. 
"DAVID ROWLAND CARLTON, 1845-47. From Belfast, Me. Died, 

Boston, Mass., Feb. 11, 1864. 



Non-Graduates — Men 1850 

*ROBERT WILLIAM CARR, 1845-49. A.B., Dartmouth, 1850. Born, 
Hebron, Me., Feb. 1, 1826. 9th Me. Inf.; 3d Mass. Cav., 1863-64; 
died, Soldiers' Home, Boston, Mass., Feb. 11, 1864, aged 42. 

*OHARLES ELIAS COBB, 1845-46. From Solon, Me. 

PHILETUS FALES, 1845-46. A.B., Dartmouth, 1849, and A.M., 1852. 
Born, Thomaston, Me., May 7, 1825. 1st Iowa Cav.; Teacher; last 
ad., Winsted, Conn. 

*GEORGE WASHINGTON HOWARD, 1845-46. From Hartford, Me. 

*JOHN FREEMAN HOWES, 1845-47. From Vernon, N. Y. Died, 
Jefferson City, Mo., Oct. 12, 1871. 

*SYLVANUS KENDALL, 1845-47. From Searsmont, Me. 

*MARQUIS DeLAFAYETTE LANE, 1845-47. A.B., Dartmouth, 1849, 
and A.M., 1852. Born, Hollis, Me., June 11, 1825. Lawyer; Judge 
Municipal Court, Portland, Me., 1859-62; U. S. Consul, Vera Cruz, 
Mex., 1862-67; Judge, Superior Court, Me., 1871-72; died, Portland, 
Me., Sept. 16, 1872, aged 47. 

*GEORGE PARSONS, 1846-46. From Gloucester, Mass. 

*SAMUEL PACKARD SANFORD, 1845-46. From Wickford, R. I. 

*EUGENE FRANCIS SANGER, 1845-48. A.M., 1858; A.B., Dart- 
mouth, 1849; M.D., Jefferson, 1853. Born, Waterville, Me., Oct. 18, 
1829. Physician, Ellsworth, Me., 1855-57; Bangor, Me., 1857-97; 
Surg., 6th Me. Vols., 1861; Brigade Surg. Vols., 1862; Med. Director, 
19th Army Corps, 1862-65; Bvt. Lt. Col. Vols., 1865; Author vari- 
ous Medical Monographs; died, Bangor, Me., July 24, 1897, aged 68. 

*WILLIAM TYLER TODD, 1845-48. From Calais, Me. 

*JONAS HOLLAND TOV/NSEND, 1845-48. From Boston, Mass. 

*ALBERT HARRIS WARE, 1845-47. A.B., Bowdoin, 1849, and A.M., 
1852. Born, Athens, Me., Aug. 7, 1827. Teacher, Topsham, Me., 
1849-51; Lawyer, Anson, Me., 1853-93; Register of probate, 1857-60; 
died, Portland, Me., April 1, 1893, aged 65. 

*SALEM WILDER, 1845-48. From Sterling, Mass. 

*JOHN WITHAM, 1845-46. From Minot, Me. 

CLASS OF 1850 

*EDMUND MORSE BAILEY, 1846-49. From West Newbury, Mass. 

*AMORY BATTLES, 1846-47. A.M., 1878. Harvard Div. Sch., 
1850; Pastor Univ. Ch., Bangor, Me., 1851-72; Unit. Ch., West New- 
ton, Mass., 1872-73; Univ. Ch., Dexter, Me., 1873-79; Acting pastor, 
Waterville, Me., 1880-81; died, Bangor, Me., 1892. 

*JAMES BROWN, 1846-47. From Swansey, Mass. Died, 1852. 

*LUCIEN BONAPARTE CLOUGH, 1846-47. A.B., Dartmouth, 1850. 
Born, Northfield, N. H., April 17, 1823. Lawyer; Judge Probate, N. 
H., 1874-76; died, Manchester, N. H., July 28, 1895, aged 72. 

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*NATHANIEL COLVER, 1846-47. A.B., Dartmouth, 1850. Born, 
Fort Covington, N. Y., March 17, 1829. 95th 111. Vols.; Business; 
died, De Funiak Springs, Fla., Oct. 24, 1909, aged 80. 

*WILLIAM BOVEE DODS, 1846-49. From Boston, Mass. 

•CHARLES GRANDISON FAIRFIELD, 1846-49. Born, New Boston, 
N. H., June 25, 1824. Lawyer, Granada, Miss., 1849-58; died, 1858, 
aged 34. 

*LUCIEN BONAPARTE HATCH, 1846-47. From China, Me. 

*JAMES MADISON HILL, 1846-49. A.B., Dartmouth, 1850. Born, 
New Portland, Me., June 27, 1825. Lawyer; died, Chicago, 111., 
1889, aged 64. 

*JOHN PRESERVED HUNTING, 1846-47. From Guilford, Me. 

*WILLIAM LEAMAN, 1846-48. From Hallowell, Me. 

*WILLIAM HENRY MOOR, 1846-50. From Palmyra, Me. 

*ASA BOND RICHARDSON, 1846-50. From Jefferson, Me. 

*ELISHA CLAPP ROSS, 1846-48. From Springfield, Mass. 

*LUCIEN ELLIOTT SHERMAN, 1847-49. From Newfane, Vt.; Mer- 
chant; died, Newfane, Vt, Oct. 15, 1855. 

CLASS OF 1851 

*WARREN FARNHAM BARNES, 1847-51. From Woolwich, Me. 

Died, Woolwich, Me., April 15, 1851. 
CHARLES DANA BRADBURY, 1847-50. From Canton, Me. 
SAMUEL RAWSON CARTER, 1847-48. From Paris, Me. 
*WAKEFIELD GALE FRYE, 1847-50. A.B., Rochester, 1851, and 

A.M., 1854. Born, Montville, Me., Dec. 20, 1826. Lawyer, Rockland, 

Me., 1853-57; Lafayette, Ind., 1857-58; Belfast, Me., 1858-61; Judge, 

Police Court, 1855; Deputy Collector Customs, Belfast, 1862-72; 

Clerk Courts, 1872-81; U. S. Consul Genl., Halifax, N. S., 1881-85, 

1889-93; died, Halifax, N. S., Aug. 14, 1893, aged 66. 
CHAUNCEY ASBURY HODGES, 1847-50. .From Newfane, Vt. 
CHARLES EDWIN CARROLL KIMBALL, 1847-48. From Kenne- 

bunk. Me. 
*HENRY PLUMMER KIMBALL, 1847-50. A.B., Rochester, 1851. 

Born, Stratford, N. H., March 8, 1829. Teacher, writer, farmer; 

died, Elgin, 111., May 10, 1889, aged 60. 
*GEORGE HENRY SANGER, 1848-51. From Waterville, Me. Prin, 

Anson, Me., Acad.; died, Anson, Me., April 10, 1851. 
SAMUEL WARD STANLEY, 1847-51. From China, Me. 
WILLIAM HENRY TRUE, 1847-48. From Freeport, Me. 
*WILLIAM HUNT TUCKER, 1848-50. Born, Marlboro, Vt., Jan. 12, 

1822. Teacher, Marlboro and Brattleboro, Vt., and in New Jersey; 

Lawyer; Capt. in U. S. Army, 1861- ; reported "missing". 

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CLASS OF 1852 

GEORGE CHANDLER ALDEN, 1848-52. From Shelburn Falls, Mass. 
Law student, Waterville, Me., 1853-54; Lawyer, Chicago, 111., 1854-65; 
U. S. Vols., 1861-65; 1st Lieut., 112th 111. Inf., 1862; Prisoner, 186.3- 
65; Last address, Galesburg, 111. 

SAMUEL CAREY, 1848-49. From Vassalboro, Me. 

JONATHAN BARRON CLARK, 1848-50. From Lowell, Mass. 

*ISAAC SMITH KALLOCH, 1848-49. A.M., 1856, and Madison, 1857; 
D.D., LaGrange, 1877. Born, Camden, Me., July 10, 1831. Pastor, 
Rockland, Me., 1850-55; Boston, Mass., 1855-60; New York City, 
1861-64; resided in Kansas, 1864-75; one of the founders of Ottawa 
Univ., and its first president, 1866-68; Memb. Kans. Legl., 1872-73; 
Pastor, San Francisco, Calif., 1875-80; Mayor, 1879-82; Pastor, 
Sehome, Wash.; died, Sehome, Wash., Dec. 9, 1887, aged 56. 

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN KELLEY, 1848-52. Born, Calais, Me., May 
8, 1831. Lawyer; Lumber business; died, Yarmouth, Me., April 14, 
1875, aged 43. 

BEZALEEL FREEMAN KENDALL, 1848-49. From Bethel, Me. 

EBEN KNIGHT, 1848-52. From Milford, N. H. 

THOMAS FRANKLIN LEONARD, 1848-52. From New Bedford, 
Mass. 

ELI WADSWORTH, 1848-49. From Hiram, Me. 

*RODNEY WELCH, 1848-51. M.D., Hahnemann. Born, Monmouth 
Me., Nov. 19, 1828. Prin. Acad., North Anson, Me., 1852-53; Min- 
erva Sem., 185.3-61; High Sch., Geneva, 111., 1861-63; Bluefleld, 111.^ 
1864-65; Prof. Chemistry, Hahnemann Col. and Chicago Univ., 1865- 
66; 111. AgrL Col., 1866-68; Journalist, 1868-98; Memb. Chicago Bd 
Educa.; died, Chicago, 111., May 29, 1896, aged 69. 

CLASS OF 1853 

*OLIVER PATTEN BARTON, 1849-52. From Sidney, Me. Bowdoin, 
1852-53. Died, Sidney, Me., Feb. 1, 1854. 

*OSBORNE PRATT BIGELOW, 1849-53. From Boston, Mass. Mer- 
chant, Galva, 111., 1852-55; died, Sept. 15, 1855. 

*ADONIRAM JUDSON BILLINGS, 1849-51. A.M., 1874; M.D., 
Albany, 1854. Rep. Me. Legl, 1862, 1868; Me. Senate, 1866-67; 
Surg., 19th Me. Vols., 1862; Surg., Bd. Enrolment, 5th Dist, 1864; 
Physician, Freedom, Me., 1864-1900; died. Freedom, Me., Jan., 1900. 

MOSES DAKIN BROWN, 1849-53. A.B., Dartmouth, 1853. Born, 
Appleton, Me., May 22, 1828. Lawyer; Last address, Chicago, 111. 

*EBENEZER NILES CHAMBERLAIN, 1849-51. Born, Worcester, 

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1853 Colby College 

Mass. Teacher, Palmer, Thorndyke, and Southbridge, Mass., and 

Hebron, Conn.; Physician, Millbury, Mass., Hebron, Conn., and Mill- 

erton, N. Y.; died, Millerton, N. Y. 
ISAAC JARVIS COOLEDGE, 1849-51. From Hillsboro, N. H. 
*WILLIAM PETERS EVERETT, 1849-50. A.B., Rochester, 185.3. 

Born, Fredericliton, N. B., May 20, 1826. Rochester Theo. Sem., 

1855; Pastor, E. Abington, Mass., 1855-57; Brooklyn, N. Y., 1857-60; 

Albany, N. Y., 1860-65; Chelsea, Mass., 1865-68; Elgin, 111., 1869-72; 

St. John, N. B., 1872-81; Secy. For. Mis. Bd., Bapt. Conv. Maritime 

Prov., 1874-82; Pastor, Quincy, III, 1882-86; Upper Alton, III., 1886- 

89; died, Elgin, 111., March 12, 1893, aged 66. 
JONATHAN BREWER FARNSWORTH, 1849-51. A.B., Dartmouth, 

1853. Born, Woodstock, Vt, April 20, 1826. Lawyer; last address, 

Windsor, Vt. 
SAMUEL HARMON FOLSOM, 1849-52. From Newport, Me. 
IVORY JACKSON, 1849-50. From Somersworth, N. H. 
COLBY LAMB, 1849-53. From Lincolnville, Me. 
*WILLIAM HENRY McLELLAN, 1849-52. Born, Litchfield, Me., 

Nov. 26, 1832. N. Y. Univ., 1852-53; Lawyer, Belfast, Me.; Memb. 

Me. Senate, 1872; Atty.-Genl., Me., 1879; died, Belfast, Me., March 

25, 1912, aged 79. 
JAMES FOSTER MERRIAM, 1849-52. From Brandon, Vt. 
*VALENTINE OAKES, 1849-53. A.B., Dartmouth, 1853. Born, San- 

gerville. Me., Dec. 4, 1828. Lawyer; Killed in battle of Gaines' Mill, 

Va., June 27, 1862, aged 33. 
*LEVI ROBINSON, 1849-53. A.B., Dartmouth, 1853, and A.M., 1856. 

Born, Vassalboro, Me., March 13, 1827. Lawyer; died, Iowa City, 

Iowa, Oct. 13, 1896, aged 69. 
*LEVI MERRICK STEWART, 1849-50. A.B., Dartmouth, 1853. Born, 

Corinna, Me., Dec. 10, 1827. Lawyer, Minneapolis, Minn., 1858-1910; 

died, Minneapolis, Minn., May 3, 1910, aged 82. 
OLIVER THOMAS TUBBS, 1849-51. From Paris, Me. 



CLASS OF 1854 

NATHAN BUTLER, 1850-53. Born, Nov. 5, 1831. Surveyor and civil 
engineer; Res., 1619 7th Ave., S. E., Minneapolis, Minn. 

*DAVID DAVIS, 1850-53. Born, Martha's Vineyard, Ma.ss., Sept. 10, 
1832. Law student, Boston, Mass.; Pajniiaster, Navy, Civil War; 
Merchant, Independence, Iowa, 1867-69; Hotel, Cedar Falls and Fort 
Dodge, Iowa, 1869-82; Real estate, Minneapolis, Minn., 1882-1919; 
died, Minneapolis, Minn., Feb. 15, 1919, aged 86. 

SUMNER ESTES, 1850-52. From Bethel, Me. 

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*LORENZO DOW GOWEN, 1850-52. A.B., Columbian, 1854. Born, 
Shapleigh, Me., Jan. 2, 1824. Rochester Theo. Sem., 1856. Pastor, 
Norvvalk, Conn., 1856-61; Boston, Mass., 1862-63; Galva, 111., 1865-71, 
1882-83; died, Santa Ana, Calif., March 1, 1909, aged 85. 

*ROBERT JUDSON KNIGHT, 1850-51. Born, Hancock, N. H., Dec. 
16, 1826. Died, New Hampton, N. H., Feb. 16, 1851, aged 24. 

EPHRAIM MURCH, 1850-52. A.B., Dartmouth, 1854. Prof. Math. 
Bethel Col., 1860-61; Teacher; Last address, Eby, Tehama Co., Calif. 

*JOHN ELLIS PAYSON, 1850-53. Born, East Union, Me., Aug. 8, 
1826. Hardware business. Union Common, Me., 1858-78; Farmer, 
South Union, Me., 1878-1905; died, Sept. 13, 1905, aged 79. 

*JOSIAH LOCKE PHILLIPS, 1850-52. M.D., Rusk, 1857. Born, 
Farming-ton, Me., June 8, 1835. Bowdoin, 1852-53; Bowdoin Med. 
Sch., 1854-55; Surg., 16th Iowa Vols.; Physician, Sioux Falls, So. 
Dak.; died, June 12, 1882, aged 47. 



CLASS OF 1855 

*EDWARD RANDALL BENNER, 1851-54. A.B., Dartmouth, 1855. 
Born, Waldoboro, Me., March 21, 1833. Teacher, Waldoboro, Me., 
1855-57; Lawyer, 1857-59; Teacher, Marysville, Calif., 1859-63; Min- 
ing, Idaho, 1863-64; Druggist, Waldoboro, Me., from 1865; died, 
July 17, 1914, aged 81. 

HORACE WELLEY BRACKETT, 1851-53. From China, Me. 

*HORACE LITTLEFIELD STILSON BRAY, 1851-54. From Vassal- 
boro. Me. Pastor, M. E. Chs., Maine and New York, 1855-61; Capt. 
12th Me. Inf., 1863-65; Pastor, M. E. Ch., New Castle, Me., 1865-66; 
died, Thomaston, Me., Feb. 21, 1868. 

*WILLIAM REED BROWN, 1851-52. From Vassalboro, Me. Farmer, 
Virginia Dale, Colo.; County treas., Butte Co., Calif; Postmaster, 
Napa, Calif., 1866-75; deceased. 

*JOHN ALFRED METCALF CHAPMAN, 1851-52. A.M., 1870; D.D., 
Wesleyan, 1871. From Greenland, N. H. Pastor, M. E. Chs., Mass., 
1854-69; Brooklyn, N. Y., 1870-72, 1876-77; St. Paul's, New York 
City, 1873-75, 1877-82; died, Greenland, N. H., Sept. 2, 1905. 

*THOMAS HOPKINSON CLARK, 1852-54. Born, New Sharon, Me., 
Oct. 22, 1830. Prin. High Sch., Williamsport, Ind., 1858-59; Corp. 1st 
Mich. Vols.; Fatally wounded, Malvern Hill, Va. ; died, from wound, 
Aug. 15, 1863, aged 32. 

*LINTON CASIMIR CORNFORTH, 1851-53. Born, Oakland, Me., 
April 26, 1829. Stockman, Ashburnham, Mass., 1853; Oakland, 
Me., 1854; Gap Grove, 111., 1855; Clarinda, Iowa, 1856-57; Oakland, 
Me., 1857-59; College Springs, Iowa, 1859-81; Town Clerk, College 
Springs, 1861-74; Secy. Sch. Board, 1861-72; Justice Peace, 1875-76; 

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Secy. Bd. Trustees, Amity Col., 1874-81; Res., Hardy, Neb., 1881- 
90; Downs, Okla., and Cashion, Okla.; deceased. 

MICAH SAMPSON CROSWELL, 1851-53. A.M., Amherst, 1858. 
Chicago Theo. Sem., 1868. Last address, Los Angeles, Calif. 

EDWIN LEVI CROWELL, 1851-53. From West Waterville, Me. Last 
address, Hammonton, N. J. 

♦HARRISON ALLEN DAVIS, 1851-54. Born, Edgartown, Mass., 
Sept. 29, 1834. Died, Edgartown, Mass., May 9, 1854, aged 19. 

*NELSON DINGLE Y, Jr., 1851-53. A.B., Dartmouth, 1855; LL.D., 
Bates, 1874, and Dartmouth, 1894. Born, Durham, Me., Feb. 15, 
1832. Memto. Me. Legl., 1862-65, 1868-73; Governor Me., 1874-75; 
Rep. U. S. Congress, 1881-99; died, Washington, D. C, Jan. 13, 1899, 
aged 66. 

GEORGE BOARDMAN ELDEN, 1851-53. From Buxton Centre, Me. 

HENRY IRVING HANSCOM, 1851-52. From China, Me. 

*PELEG SPRAGUE HASKELL, 1851-53. M.D., Bowdoin, 1856. 
Born, St. Albans, Me., May 11, 1832. Physician, Parkman, Me., 1856- 
57; Hartland, Me., 1857-59; Stockton, Me., 18.59-79; St. Paul, Minn., 
1879-90; died, Sept. 26, 1890, aged 58. 

*WILLIAM BERRY LAPHAM, 1851-52. A.M., 1871; M.D., New York, 
1856. From Greenwood, Me. 1st Lieut., Capt., and Bvt. Major, 1st 
Me. Mtd. Art. Vols., 186.3-65; Rep. Me. Legl., 1867; Ed., Maine 
Farmer, 1872-81; Me. Hist. Soc, 1872; Corr. Memb. Royal Hist. Soc; 
Ed., Genealogist and Biographer, 1875-78; Author of Bw^cc, Rickcr, 
Chapman, and Lapham Genealogies; History of Woodstock, (1882); 
History of Paris, (1884) ; died, Togus, Me., Feb. 22, 1894. 

*WILLIAM SHERMAN LINCOLN, 1851-54. A.B., Union, 1855. 
Born, China, Me., Aug. 23, 1835. Teacher, 1855-56; Law student, 
Savannah, Ga.; admitted to bar, Texas, 1858; Lawyer, Brownville, 
Texas; died, Brownville, Texas, July 27, 1859, aged 23. 

WILLIAM HENRY PALMER, 1851-52. From Northport, Me. Last 
address, Northport, Me. 

*BENJAMIN POOR SNOW, 1851-52. A.B., Bowdoin, 1855, A.M., 
1858. Born, Feb. 14, 1831. Teacher, 1855-57; Bangor Theb. Sem., 
1861; Teacher, 1862-69; Pastor Cong. Ch., North Yarmouth, Me., 
1869-72; Alfred, 1875-81; Houlton, 1881-83; Supt. Sch., Biddeford, 
Me., 1883-86; Pastor Cong. Ch., Cape Elizabeth, Me., 1886-90; 
Teacher, 1890-1903; Librarian, Alfred, Me., 1903-07; died, Alfred, 
Me., Feb. 13, 1907, aged 76. 

CLASS OF 1856 

*FRANCIS WAYLAND ALLIN, 1853-55. Born, Providence, R. I., 
May 16, 1838. Wholesale grocer. New York City, 1855-64; Oil busi- 
ness, Oil City, Pa., 1864-66; Merchandise broker. New York City, 



Non-Graduates — Men 1856 

1866-77; Mfg., built first New Foundland railway, 1881; railway 
promoter, Bogota; died. New York City, Dec. 12, 1905, aged 67. 

ISAAC NELSON BEALS, 1853-55. From Dexter, Me. 

CYRUS HENRY CARLTON, 1852-5.3. From Monmouth, Me. 

*HENRY SMITH CHAPMAN, 1852-53. From Charleston, Mass. 
Deceased. 

*COLUMBUS CORNFORTH, 1852-53. A.B., Union, 1856. Born, 
West Waterville, Me., Jan. 31, 1831. Rochester Theo. Sem., 1856-58; 
Pastor, Smethport, Pa., 1858-61; Priv., 42d Reg. Pa. Vols., 1861-63; 
Chaplain, 150th Reg. Pa. Vols., 1864-65; Supt. Sch., McKean Co., 
Pa., 1865-67; State Inspector Soldiers' Orphans' Sch., Harrisburg, 
Pa., 1867-69; Res., Clyde, Kans., 1879-83; died, Clyde, Kans., Feb. 
10, 1883, aged 52. 

FREDERICK BARTLETT DUNTON, 1852-53. From Lincolnville, 
Me. Physician ; Last address, Boston, Mass. 

DeWITT CLINTON DURGAN, 1852-55. From Thornton, N. H. 

*EDWIN WAITE FARWELL, 1852-53. Born, Vassalboro, Me., July 
29, 1833. Bookkeeper, 1854-65; Cashier, 1st Natl. Bank, Minneapolis, 
Minn., 1865-71; Lumber and grain business, 1872-90; Insurance, 1890- 
1904; died, Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. 26, 1904, aged 70. 

*AUGUSTUS MELLEN HASKELL, 1852-55. A.B., Harvard, 1856. 
From Poland, Me. Harvard Div. Sch., 1861; Chaplain, 40th Mass. 
Inf., 1863-64; Pastor Ind. Cong. Ch., Salem, Mass., 1862-66; Unit. 
Ch., Manchester, N. H., 1866-69; West Roxbury, Mass., 1870-89; Ros- 
lindale, Mass., 1889-92; died, Feb. 24, 1893. 

ALBION WESLEY JOHNSON, 1852-55. From Kittery, Me. 

*SAMUEL TRONANT KEENE, 1852-55. A.B., Union, 1856. From 
Bremen, Me. Prin. Acad., Cherryfield, Me., 1856-58; 1st Lieut., 20th 
Me. Inf.; Capt. and Major, 1st Me. Inf.; Killed, battle of Petersburg. 
Va., June 22, 1864. 

♦ANDREW JACKSON LANG, 1852-55. A.B., Union, 1856. From 
Palmyra, Me. Teacher, Fort Plain, N. Y., 1856; Essex, Conn., 1857; 
Waverly, N. Y., 1857-70; Sch. Commissioner, 1864-70; died, Waverly, 
N. Y., Aug. 22, 1870. 

*SETH LLEWELLYN MILLIKEN, 1852-55. A.B., Union, 1856, and 
A.M., 1859. Born, Montville, Me., Dec. 12, 1831. Memb. Me. Legl., 
1858; Clerk, Supreme Court, Me., 1859-71; Memb. Bd. Aldermen, 
Belfast, Me., 1867-71; Memb. U. S. Congress, 1883-97; died, Wash- 
ington, D. C, April 18, 1897, aged 65. 

*CARROLL NORCROSS, 1852-54. From Livermore, Me. Died, North 
Livermore, Me., Feb. 23, 1854. 

*ROTHEUS EMERY PAINE, 1853-54. M.D., Bowdoin, 1857. Born, 
Exeter, Me., Oct. 18, 1834. Surg., 18th Me. Vols., 1862; Physician, 
Jay, Me.; Bucksport, Me.; Camden, Me., 1865-82; died. May 31, 1882, 
aged 47. 



1856 Colby College 

*MARCUS LINDLEY PARSONS, 1852-54. Born, Cornville, Me., 

Sept. .30, 1834. Lumberman, Skowhegan, Me.; died, Jan. 17, 1915, 

aged 80. 
ISAAC POWERS, 1852-54. From Norridgewock, Me. 
*CHARLES WAYNE SANGER, 1852-55. A.B., Union, 1856. From 

Waterville, Me. Deceased. 
HENRY MARTIN SPAULDING, 1852-53. From Houlton, Me. 
*ALBION PARRIS TRACY, 1852-53. From Sebattisville, Me. Free 

Baptist clergyman. North Danville, Vt., and Meredith, N. H.; died, 

Sept. 18, 1892. 
JEFFERSON BURNS WESTON, 1853-55. A.B., Union, 1856. From 

Bremen, Me. Lawyer; Last address, Beatrice, Neb. 



CLASS OF 1857 

*THOMAS JEFFERSON BRIDGHAM, 1853-55. Born, Hebron, Me., 
June 20, 1834. 1st Lieut., U. S. A., 1861; Teacher, lawyer, customs 
official; died, Buckfield, Me., 1866. 

*JOHN MURRAY DRAKE, 1853-54. Born, Sharon, Mass., Aug. 16, 
1830. Teacher, Stoughton, Mass.; Lawyer, Canton, Mass., 1860; 
1st Sergt, 4th Mass. Vols.; Killed, Brown's Ferry, Tenn., Oct. 29, 
1863, aged 33. 

EDWIN RUTHVEN EMERSON, 1853-55. Born, New Gloucester, Me., 
July 28, 1830. Civil engineer, Mich., 1857-58; Chief clerk, U. S. 
Dept. of Me., 1862-66; Chief engineer, Knox & Lincoln R. R., 1869- 
72; Engineer, Lockwood Co., 1874-76; Mining from 1877; last ad- 
dress, Salida, Colo. 

*CHARLES FRANCIS ESTES, 1853-55. From Bethel, Me. Merchant, 
and teacher; died, Cloverdale, Calif., Oct. 15, 1861. 

*LIBERTY EMERY HOLDEN, 1853-54. A.B., Univ. Michigan, 1858, 
and A.M., 1861. Born, Raymond, Me., June 20, 1833. Prof. Rhet- 
oric, Kalamazoo Col., 1858-59; Supt. Sch., Tiffin, O., 1861-62; Ad- 
mitted to the bar, 1862; Real estate, Cleveland, O., 1862-72; Re- 
moved to Utah, 1876; one of the founders and for 12 yeai-s Pres., 
Salt Lake Acad.; from 1885, Editor, Cleveland Plain Dealer, and 
Pres. Plain Dealer Pub. Co.; Trustee Western Reserve Univ.; Adel- 
bert Col.; Cleveland Sch. of Art; etc.; died, Aug. 26, 1913, aged 80. 

♦JONATHAN SPAULDING HOUGHTON, 1853-54. M.D., Bowdoin, 
1859. Born, Anson, Me., Feb. 1, 1828. Asst. Surg. 8th Me. Vols.; 
Physician, Solon, Me., 1859-61; Skowhegan, Me., 1863-69; San Fran- 
cisco, Calif., 1869-70; Port Gamble, Wash., 1870-78; Goldendaic, 
Wash., 1878-83; Seattle, Wash., 1883-94; State Supt. Public Instruc- 
tion, Wash., 1880-92; died, July 2, 1894, aged 66. 

*CLINTON HOWE, 1853-54. A.B., Union, 1857. Born, Paris, Me., 
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Non-Gi-aduates — Men 1858 

1834. Real estate and farming; died, Sumner, Me., Feb. 9, 1878, 
aged 44. 
, AMERICUS VESPUCIUS JEWETT, 1853-55. From Alna, Me. 

MARK WALTON PIPER, 1853-54. From Kenduskeag, Me. 

*GEORGE ALLEN RAMSDELL, 1853-54. A.M., Dartmouth, 1871. 
Born, Milford, N. H., March 11, 1834. Amherst Co!., 1854-55; 
Lawyer, Peterborough, N. H., 1857-63; Nashua, N. H., 1887-91; Clerk 
Supreme Court, N. H., 1864-86; Memb. N. H. Legl., 1870-72; Gover- 
nor, N. H., 1897-99; died, Nashua, N. H., Nov. 16, 1900, aged 66. 

*GEORGE BOARDMAN TAYLOR, 1853-54. Born, Norridgewock, 
Me., Jan. 12, 1833. Died, Jan. 15, 1854, aged 21. 

*HORACE HOLMES THOMAS, 1853-54. A.B., Middlebury, 1857, and 
A.M. Admitted to the bar, 1859; Adjt. 8th E. Tenn., Inf., U. S. A., 
1863; A. A. G., 3d Div., 23d Army Corps, Army of the Ohio, 1863- 
65; Q. M. G. Staff, Gen. Brownlow, 1865-67; Lawyer, Chicago, III, 
1869-84; Mem. 111. House Rep., 1881-83; Speaker, 1883; Senate, 111., 
1882-92; Appraiser, Port of Chicago, 1898-1904; died, March 21, 
1904. 

*HIRAM AUGUSTUS THWING, 1853-56. From Bowdoinham, Me. 
Died, Waterville, Me., 1856. 

ROBINSON TURNER, 1853-54. From Guilford, Me. Impressed into 
Confederate service and escaped from the Merrimac. 

CHARLES FELKER WEBBER, 1853-55. From Augusta, Me. Last 
address, Walla Walla, Wash. 

*JOHN EDWIN WHEELER, 1853-54. Amherst Col; Teacher, 1857- 
59; East Windsor Theo. Inst., 1859-62; Pastor, Cong. Ch., Portland, 
Conn., 1861-65; Gardiner, Mass., 1869-72; Needham, Mass., 1874-75; 
St. Louis, Mo., 1875-77; Webster City, Iowa, 1879-83; Manchester, 
N. H., and Cambridgeport, Mass.; died, March 18, 1893. 

*JASPER MYRICK WHITE, 1853-54. From Dresden, Me. Died, 
Minneapolis, Minn., 1865. 



CLASS OF 1858 

JAMES BRYAN COFFREN, 1855-56. From Fayette, Me. 

*FRANCIS EDWARD HEATH, 1854-55. Born, Belfast, Me., Feb. 
28, 1838. 1st Lieut., 19th Me. Vols., 1861; Capt. 1862; Lieut. Col., 
and Col., 1863; Me. Legl., 1882; Me. Senate, 1883-85; Treas. Kenne- 
bec Fibre Co., 1874-97; Treas. Somerset Fibre Co., 1881-97; died, 
Waterville, Me., Dec. 20, 1897, aged 59. 

*FREELAND HOWE, 1854-57. From West Sumner, Me. Died, 1861. 

*DANIEL BRACKETT HUBBARD, 1854-56. Mass. Inst. Tech., 1870. 
Born, Hiram, Me., 1835. 15th Mass. Reg.; Headmaster, Matthew 
Sch., Boston, Mass., 1865-68; U. S. Consul to Saxony, 1889-93; Judge, 

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Court of Insolvency, Worcester Co., Mass., 9 years; died, April 24, 

1908, aged 73. 
*ALBERT JEWETT, 1854-55. A.B., Bowdoin, 1858. Born, Alna, 

Me., Aug. 9, 1833. Lawyer, Knoxville, 111.; died. May 26, 1862, 

aged 29. 
JOSEPH BRADBURY MOOR, 1854-55. From Newport, Me. 
*AUGUSTUS MOSES PULSIFER, 1854-55. A.B., Bowdoin, 1858. 

Born, Sullivan, Me., June 15, 1834. Lawyer, Auburn, Me., 1860-73; 

County Atty., 1868-71; Treas., Little Androscoggin Water Power Co., 

1871-1903; died, April 7, 1910, aged 75. 
*LUCIUS FRANKLIN SHEPARDSON, 1854-55. Born, Royalston, 

Mass., Dec. 23, 1828. Clergyman, Bernardston, and Barnstable, 

Mass., and East Westmoreland, N. H.; died, 1904, aged 75. 
*JOHN MILTON STAPLES, 1854-55. A.B., Bowdoin, 1858. Born, 

Buxton, Me., April 16, 1836. Lawyer, Boston, Mass., 1861-63; New 

York City, 1863-68; died, New Orleans, La., 1869, aged 33. 
*BENJAMIN KNIGHT WALKER, 1854-57. From Limington, Me. 

Clerk of Courts, Worth Co., Iowa, 1858-62; Teacher, Me., 1862-64; 

Teacher and real estate, 1864-70; Auditor, Worth Co., Iowa, 1870-77; 

Real estate, Northwood, Iowa, 1877-91; died, Colorado Springs, Colo., 

Sept. 22, 1906. 
RODOLPHUS YOUNG, 1854-55. From Norway, Me. 



CLASS OF 1859 

*LUTHER BYRON CROSBY, 1855-57. M.D., Bowdoin, 1868. Born, 
Albion, Me., Sept. 8, 1833. 2d Lieut. 7th Me. Vols.; Physician, 
Brownville, Me., 1868-1908; died, May 30, 1908, aged 74. 

CHARLES FISH, 1855-56. A.B., Bowdoin, 1865, A.M., 1868. Born, 
Lincoln, Me., Sept. 2, 1832. Prin. Washington Acad., 1866-71; 
Hallowell Clas. Sch., 1872-75; High Sch., Old Town, Me., 1875-82; 
Brunswick, Me., 1882-1905; Last address, Brunswick, Me. 

*GEORGE WASHINGTON JOHNSON, 1855-57. From Canaan, Me. 
Merchant, Canaan, Me.; Chairman Bd. Selectmen, 7 years; Justice 
of the peace; died, Canaan, Me., March 3, 1897. 

*FREDERICK AUGUSTUS PIKE KELLEY, 1855-59. From Calais, 
Me. Died, Calais, Me., Dec. 15, 1860. 

*JOSEPH HENRY SHEPARDSON, 1855-56. Born, Royalston, Mass., 
Dec. 13, 1831. Pastor, Royalston, Mass.; Montague, Mass., 1862-63; 
Princeton, Me., 1865-66; Barre, Mass., 1866-69; Becker, Minn.; Re- 
tired; Town clerk, 1870; Justice of the peace, 1885; deceased. 

DANIEL APPLETON WHITE SMITH, 1855-56. A.B., Harvard, 
1859; D.D., Bapt. Theo. Sem., Chicago, 1883. Born, Waterville, Me. 
June 18, 1840. Newton Theo. Inst., 1863; Missy., Amer. Bapt. For. 



Non-Graduates — Men I860 

Mis. Soc, Rangoon, Burma, 1864-66; Henzada, 1866-75; Pres. Karen 
Theo. Sem., Rangoon, 1876-90; Insein, 1890- ; Author, Sketch of the 
Life of Edward Abiel Stevenft, (1886) ; Sound Principles of Inter- 
pretation, (1902) ; and in Karen, QuestionH on the Parables, Mira- 
cles, and the Men of the Bible, (1892, 1909); etc.; ad., Insein, 
Burma. 
*MANLEY WILLIAM TURNER, 1855-58. Born, Rome, Me., April 
6, 1836. Business, Los Angeles, Calif.; died, Dec. 8, 1911, aged 75. 

CLASS OF 1860 

*RICHARD WIGGIN BLACK, 1856 59. A.B., Union, 1860. Born, 
Palermo, Me., 1839. Frin. Acad., Guilford, Me., 1860-61; 2d N. H. 
Cav. Vols.; Lawyer, pension agent; died, Augusta, Me., March 25, 
1897, aged 58. 

*GEORGE BOARDMAN DORR, 1856-58. Supt. Sch., Norridgewock, 
Me.; Fruit grower, Franklin, Mass.; Contributor to Maine Fwrmer, 
etc. Deceased. 

*SAMUEL HUBBARD FIFIELD, 1856-58. Born, Fayette, Me., March 
23, 1835. Clergyman, 1858-61; Capt. 5th Me. Vols.; died, Alexan- 
dria, Va., Dec. 29, 1862, aged 27. 

*JOHN GOLDTHWAITE, 1856-59. From Waterville, Me. Capt. 5th 
Me. Vols.; died. City Point, Va., April 18, 1865. 

TIMOTHY GOLDTHWAITE, 1856-60. From Litchfield,' Me. 

*HENRY WILSON HARMON, 1856-59. Born, North Livermore, Me. 
Served in Civil War; Lawyer in Iowa and Warrensburg, Mo.; County 
Atty. in Iowa; died, April 2, 1874. 

*ALBERT DWELLEY HINDS, 1856-57. Born, Benton, Me., Nov. 3, 
1835. Farmer; Memb. Me. Legl., 1863; died, Benton, Me., June 20, 
1873, aged 37. 

*WILLIAM PITT OAKES, 1856-58. Born, Sangerville, Me., March 8; 
1833. Civil engineer and land surveyor, Sangerville, M*., to 1889; 
Foxcroft, Me., 1889-1913; Chairman, Bd. Selectmen, 1861-89, and 
Supt. Sch., 1861-84, Sangerville, Me.; Chairman Bd. Selectmen, Fox- 
croft, Me., 1893-99; died, Foxcroft, Me., Feb. 1, 1913, aged 79. 

*EDMUND FULLER WEBB, 1856-58. A.M., 1866. Born, Albion, 
Me., Jan. 30, 1835. Rep. Me. Legl., 1872, 1873, and Speaker, 1873 
Me. Senate, 1874-75, and Pres., 1875; Trustee, Colby Col., 1883-98 
Lawyer, Waterville, Me.; Author, Railroad Laws of Maine, (1875) 
died, Boston, Mass., Dec. 7, 1898, aged 63. 

*GEORGE WASHINGTON FOLLANSBEE WIGGIN, 1856-57. Fron 
Mt. Vernon, Me.; died, Oct. 31, 1857. 

*GEORGE WILLIAM WORMELL, 1850-59. A.B., Union, 1860 
From Dexter, Me. U. S. Pension Bureau, Washington, D. C. De 



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CLASS OF 1861 

*SEWALL BROWNE, 1857-58. A.M., 1869. From Dover, Me. New 
Hampton Theo. Inst, Vt., 1860-61; Pastor, Ea.'^t Winthrop, Me., 
1862-68; Cherryfield, 1868-71; Missy., Amer. Bapt. Home Mis. Soc, 
Wyoming and Utah, 1871-72; Pastor, South Dover, Me., 1872-77; 
Minneapolis, Minn., 1877-81; Corinth, Me., 1881-87; Old Town, Me., 
1887-93; Tenant's Harbor, Me., 1893-98; died, Old Town, Me., Aur. 
25, 1906. 

*JOSIAH PRESCOTT BURBANK, 1857-59. Born, Waterville, Me., 
April 8, 1839. Planter in Mississippi; Wholesale tobacco merchant 
in Kentucky; Stock broker in New York City; died, New York City, 
Jan. 30, 1897, aged 57. 

JAMES UNDERWOOD CHASE, 1857-58. Born, Fayette, Me., April 
4, 1886. Merchant; Last address, Rio Vista, Calif. 

*JULIUS STIMPSON CLARK, 1857-58. M.D., Georgetown, 1869. 
Born, Bristol, Me., March 23, 1838. Seven years in U. S. army; 
Capt. 72 U. S. C. L; Physician, New Orleans, La., 1870-78; Health 
officer; Police surgeon; City Physician, and Visiting physician. 
Charity hosp.. New Orleans; Physician, Melrose, Mass., from 1878; 
died, April, 1920, aged 82. 

*GRANVILLE PARK COCHRANE, 1857-59. From Monmouth, Me. 
Capt. 7th Me. Vols.; Res., Augusta, Me., 1865-82; City clerk, 1868- 
69; died, Monmouth, Me., Sept. 10, 1882. 

JAMES BRIER COCHRANE, 1857-59. A.B., Bowdoin, 1861; M.D., 
Albany, 1864. Born, Fayette, Me., March 23, 1833. Physician, 
Chelsea, Mass., 1865-67; St. Paul, Minn., 1867-73; Dover, Me., from 
1873; Memb. Bd. U. S. Examining Surgeons, Secy. 15 years; Health 
OflRcer, Dover, Me., 1899-1917; ad., Dover, Ue. 

*CYRUS HAMBLIN, 1857-60. Born, Hampden, Me., April 26, 1839. 
Lawyer, 'Kittery, Me., 1859-61; Bvt. Major Gen. Vols., 1865; Lawyer, 
New Orleans, La., 1865-67; died, New Orleans, La., Aug. 28, 1867, 
aged 28. ■ 

*ALBERT CHRISTOPHER HUSSEY, 1857-58. A.M., 1876. Born, 
Fairfield, Me., Aug. 17, 1836. Teacher, 1858-68; Ordained, 1869; 
Pastor, Princeton, Me., 1868-69; Newton Theo. Inst, 1869-72; Pastor, 
Grafton, Mass., 1872-79; Northampton, Mass., 1879-92; West Boyl- 
ston, Mass., 1892-96; Providence, R. I., 1897-98; St. Johnsbury, Vt, 
1898-1902; Warren, Me., 1902-06; Russell, Mass., 1906-08; Acting- 
pastor, Three Rivers, Mass., 1908-10; died. Wells Depot, Me., Jan. 25, 
1916, aged 79. 

♦EDWARD PAYSON LORING, 1857-59. A.B., Bowdoin, 1861; LL.B., 
Albany, 1868. Born, Norridgewock, Me., March 2, 1837. Lieut., 
13th Me. Vols., 1861; Capt. 1st La. Heavy Art, 1863; Bvt Lieut- 



Non-Graduates— Men 1861 

Col., 1865; Lawyer, Fitchburg, Mass., 1869-94; Justice, Police Court, 
1869-94; iVIass. Controller County Acets., 1887-94; Memb. Mass. 
Legl., 1872, 1874; Senate, 1883-84; died, Boston, Mass., Oct. 30, 1894, 
aged 57. 

*SAMUEL BALDWIN MORSE, 1857-58. A.M., 1871, and D.D., 1887. 
Born, Fayette, Me., Oct. 26, 1834. Prof. Ancient Lang., Urania Col., 
Glasgow, Ky., 1859-61; California Col., Vacaville, Calif., 1861-66; 
Pastor, Stockton, Calif., 1869-77; Oakland, 1878-88; Pres. California 
Col., 1888-97; died, Oakland, Calif., Nov. 15, 1897, aged 65. 

*DAVID ELKINS PARSONS, 1857-58. M.D., Bowdoin, 1866. Born, 
Cornville, Me., Dec. 3, 1836. 2d Lieut, and Major, 19th Me. Vols.; 
Physician, Stetson, Me., 1866-70; Norridgewock, Me., 1870-74; Oak- 
land, Me., 1874-1907; died, Oakland, Me., Dec. 6, 1907, aged 71. 

*LLEWELLYN POWERS, 1858-59. A.M., 1870, and LL.D., 1897; 
LL.B., Albany, 1860. Born, Pittsfield, Me., Jan. 16, 1839. Lawyer, 
lumber and land owner; County Atty., 1865-71; U. S. Collector Cus- 
toms, 1869-73; Rep. Me. Legl., 1874-76 and 1883, 1893; Memb. U. S. 
Congress, 1877-79 and 1901-08; Governor Maine, 1897-1901; died, 
Houlton, Me., July 28, 1908, aged 69. 

♦JUSTUS SPALDING THOMPSON, 1857-59. From Corinth, Me. 
Pastor, M. E. Chs., Boothbay, East and North Vassalboro, Clinton, 
Benton, Burnham, Woolwich, and Dresden, Me.; died, Dresden, Me., 
April 11, 1894. 

*ZORADUS CAREY TRASK, 1857-59. Born, Nobleboro, Me., April 
10, 1839. Prin. Acad., Bloomfield, Me.; Supt. Sch., Beaver Dam, 
Wis.; Insurance, Sioux Palls, So. Dak.; Treas. and Trustee, Sioux 
Falls Col.; died, Minneapolis, Minn., about 1912. 

*BARTLETT TRIPP, 1857-60. LL.D., 1898, also Univ. So. Dakota, 
1892, and Yankton Col., 1903; LL.B., Albany, 1866. Born, Harmony, 
Me., July 14, 1839. Teacher, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1861-64; Law- 
yer, Augusta, Me., 1866-69; Yankton, So. Dak., 1869-1911; Pres. Sch. 
Bd., Yankton, 1875-85; Pres. 1st Constitutional Conv. of Dakota, 
1883; Chief Justice, Supreme Court, Dakota, 1885-89; U. S. Minister 
to Austria, 1893-97; Chairman, Samoan Commission, 1899; Trustee 
Yankton Col.; Memb. Board Regents, Univ. of So. Dakota; Lec- 
turer on Constitutional Law, Univ. So. Dak., 1902-11; died, Yankton, 
So. Dak., Dec. 8, 1911, aged 72. 

*CYRUS GREENLEAF WARREN, 1857-60. From Stockton, Me. 
Lawyer and teacher; died, Chico, Calif., Oct. 12, 1898. 

JOHN STAPLES WHITE, 1857-58. From Portland, Me. Law stu- 
dent, 1858-60; Lawyer, Portland, Me., and Chicago, 111., 1860-66; 1st 
Sergt. 7th Me. Inf.; Memb., D. White & Sons, mfrs., Boston, Mass., 
1866-68; Memb. Me. Legl., 1901; Author, Humanics; Last ad., 
Naples, Me. 



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CLASS OF 1862 

*AMASA BIGELOW, Jr., 1858-61. From Bloomfield, Me. Private, .3d 
Me. Vols.; died, Alexandria, Va., Dec. 5, 1861. 

*SAMUEL WARREN CLARK, 1858-61. A.B., Union, 1862. Born, 
Newcastle, Me., April 19, 1839. Capt., 21st Me. Vols., and Capt., 
2d Me. Cav. ; Lumber business in Florida, 1866-69 ; Insurance, Bos- 
ton, Mass., 1869-71; Teaching, 1871-90; Agent Amer. Book Co., 
1890-97; died, Newcastle, Me., Sept. 11, 1904, aged 65. 

ISAAC SELDEN CLIFFORD, 1858-61. From Waterville, Me. Corp. 
21st Me. Vols.; Farmer; Last ad., Springdale, Ark. 

*SAMUEL SLEEPER DYER, 1858-59. Born, New Sharon, Me., 
March 28, 1835. Teacher, Dayton, Ohio, 1860-61; Capt. 19th Me. 
Vols.; died from wounds received in battle, Bermuda Hundred, July 
31, 1865, aged 30. 

*NICHOLAS GALLAHER, 1858-59. Born, Roscommon Co., Ireland, 
Nov. 10, 1832. Teacher, Augusta, Me., 1859-60; Teacher and mer- 
chant, Warrenton, Ga.; Chairman County Bd. Education.; died, 
Warrenton, Ga., Oct. 17, 1914, aged 82. 

*JONATHAN MAY GARLAND, 1858-59. From Winslow, Me. Died, 
Dayton, Fla., 1907. 

*GEORGE HERBERT GREENE, 1858-61. A.B., Brown, 1863, M.D., 
Bowdoin, 1866. Born, Chicopee, Mass., July 1, 1837. Surgeon, 
Marine Hosp., Portland, Me., 1866-67; Physician, Windham, Vt., and 
Philadelphia, Pa.; died. North Andover, Mass., Jan. 3, 1875, aged 37. 

*EDWARD EVERETT HARMON, 1858-61. A.B., Beloit, 1862. From 
North Livermore, Me.; Teacher; died, Denver, Colo., Dec. 25, 1863. 

*CALVIN BOSWORTH HINKLEY, 1858-60. Born, Mercer, Me., 1838. 
Capt. 19th Me. Vols.; Lawyer in Missouri, 1867-96; died, Kansas 
City, Mo., Dec. 10, 1896, aged 58. 

NELSON ALLEN LUCE, 1858-61. Born, Newburg, Me., Sept. 7, 
1835. Prin. Freedom Acad., 1863-72; County Supervisor of Schools, 
1869-72; State Supt. Sch., 1880-95; Res., Vassalboro, Me. 

*JOHN FRANK McKUSICK, 1858-61. A.M., 1870. Born, Denmark, 
Me., Aug. 3, 1835. 2d Lieut., 1st Me. Cav.; Teacher, Parkersburg, 
West Va., 1865-69; Pastor, Olney, 111., 1869-72; Santa Cruz, Calif., 
1872-73; Teacher, Parkersburg, West Va., 1873-82; Farmer, Lock- 
hart's Run, West Va., 1882-91; died, Lockhart's Run, West Va., 
Jan. 27, 1891, aged 55. 

*WILLIAM ADRIAN MERRILL, 1858h61. Born, Vassalboro, Me., 
1839. Priv. 3d Me. Vols.; died, Alexandria, Va., 1862, aged 23. 

*LOUIS EDWIN NORRIS, 1858-59. M.D., Berkshire, 1861. Born, 
Danbury, N. H., July 19, 1837. Asst. Surg., 17th Me. Vols., 1862-63, 
and 2d Me. Cav., 1863-64; In charge Post Hosp., Brawaucus, Fla., 

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1865; Physician, Hampden, Me., 1865-1913; died, Hampden, Me., 
March 2, 1913, aged 75. 

*ELI PIERCE NOYES, 1858-59. Born, Jefferson, Me., July 20, 1835. 
Newton Theo. Inst., 1865; Pastor, East Washington, N. H., 1865-68; 
Amherst, N. H., 1868-71; Acton, Me., 1871-78; Postmaster, Lebanon, 
Me., 1878-83; died, Lebanon, Me., Aug. 16, 1883, aged 48. 

*JOHN ALBERT PHILBROOK, 1858-61. From Kendall's Mills, Me. 
Capt. Me. Vols.; Teacher, Louisiana; died, 1875. 

*ADONIRAM JUDSON RICH, 1859-61. Born, Cooper, Me., Dec. 6, 
1834. Newton Theo. Inst., 1860-63; Union Theo. Sem., 1863; Pastor 
Cong. Ch., Dorchester, Mass., 1863-67; Westminster, 1867-70; Unit. 
Ch., Brookfield, 1870-79; Hyde Park, 1879-83; Fall River, 1873-90; 
Milford, 1890-99; Dighton, 1899-1909; died, Belmont, Mass., Jan. 19, 
1915, aged 80. 

*MARTIN BRADFORD SOULE, 1858-59. From Waterville, Me. 
Sergt. 16th Me. Vols.; Lawyer, Waterville, Me., 1869-71; Worthing- 
ton, Minn., 1872-81; Postmaster, 1875-81; Pres. Sch. Bd., 1878-80; 
Mgr. Marble Quarry, Tenn., 1881-83; Lawyer, Carthage, Mo., and 
Cherryvale, Kans. ; deceased. 

*SOLOMON SARGENT STEARNS, 1858-59. M.D., Georgetown, 
1868. Born, Lovell, Me., June 18, 1838. 1st Lieut. 4th Me. Vols.; 
Physician, Washington, D. C. ; died, June 10, 1911, aged 73. 

*EDWIN ALLEN WYMAN, 1858-59. A.M., Middlebury, 1866; Ph.D., 
1875, and D. D., 1878, Polytechnic Col., Miss. Born, Skowhegan, 
Me., April 15, 1834. Rochester Theo. Sem., 1863; Pastor, Kenne- 
bunkport. Me., 1863-64; Essex, N. Y., 1864-68; Prof. Louisiana Col., 
1869; Pastor, Turner's Falls, Mass., 1872-75; Montague City, 1875- 
79; Literary work. Maiden, Mass., 1880-1900; Author, Acquaintance 
with God; Ships by Day; died. Maiden, Mass., May 30, 1900, aged 66. 



CLASS OF 1863 

HORACE BROAD BAKER, 1859-60. 

*WILLIAM HENRY HARMON BARTON, 1859-60. From North Sid- 
ney, Me. Inventor, Barton's Self- Registering Thermometer, etc.; 
Mfr., Brockton, Mass.; deceased. 

ADDISON BLANCHARD, 1859-62. A.B., Bowdoin, 1863; D.D., Cum- 
berland Col., 1912. Born, Cumberland Center, Me., Feb. 12, 1840. 
2d Lieut. 21st U. S. C. I., 1865-66; Ordained, 1868; Pastor, Cong. 
Ch., So. Bridgton, Me., 1868-72; Cumberland Mills, Me., 1872-79; 
Missy., 1879-81; Pastor, St. John, N. B., 1881-82; Supt. Missions in 
Colo., 1882-85, and Kansas, 1885-88; Pastor, 2d Cong. Ch., Denver, 
Colo., 1889-1907, and emeritus, 1907- ; Ad., 3138 Stout St., Denver, 
Colo. 

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*AMBROSE BLUNT, 1859-62. Born, Bristol, Me., Nov. 14, 1837. 
Prin. Acad., Cincinnatus, N. Y., 1863-67; Editor, Courier, Deposit, 
N. Y., 1867-69; Prin. High Sch., Salem, Ohio, 1869-71; Merchant, 
Goshen, Ind., 1871-77; Supt. Sch., 1877-85; Farmer, 1885-87; Supt. 
Sch., Ligonier, Ind., 1887-89; died, Dec. 3, 1889, aged 52. 

JOHN ARMSTRONG CHAMPLIN, 1859-60. From Lebanon, Conn. 

NATHANIEL BRYANT COLEMAN, 1859-61. Born, Vassalboro, Me., 
Oct. 13, 1833. Dartmouth Med. Sch.; Surg. 17th Me. Vols.; Physi- 
cian, Portsmouth, N. H., 1866-74; San Francisco, Calif., 1878-83; 
Montsno, Wash., 1883-96; Mayor, Montsno, 1888; Orchardist, Los 
Gatos, Calif., 1896-. 

HERMAN CONANT, 1859-61. From Freedom, Me. 

EDWIN MAYNARD COOK, 1859-60. From Friendship, Me. Died, 
Friendship, Me., about 1905. 

PETER COSTELLO, 1859-62. From Saco, Me. 

*ATWOOD CROSBY, 1859-61. A.M., 1874; M.D., Bowdoin, 1865. 
Born, Albion, Me., Nov. 1, 1838. 3d Me. Vols., 1861-62; Asst. Surg., 
U. S. N., 1864-65; Physician, China, Me., 1865-66; Buckfield, 1866- 
67; Waterville, Me., 1867-83; Inst. Military drill, Colby, 1875-78; 
died. Las Vegas, N. Mex., Jan. 25, 1883, aged 44. 

*DAVID HUTCHINSON DRUMMOND, 1859-61. Born, Winslow, Me. 
Lawyer, Portland, Me.; U. S. Shipping Commissioner, 1886-91; U. S. 
Pension agt.; died, Portland, Me., March 24, 1917. 

*STEPHEN ALBERT EMERY, 1859-63. From Rockland, Me. De- 
ceased. 

*JEREMIAH HORATIO ESTES, 1859-60. Born, China, Me., Dec. 18, 
1836. Teacher, Vinal Haven and China, Me.; Priv. 24th Me. Vols.; 
Teacher in Illinois; Res., China, Me.; died, Soldiers Home, Togus, 
Me., Nov. 24, 1919, aged 83. 

*WILLIAM HENRY FOLGER, 1859-60. Law student, 1860-62; Ad- 
mitted to the bar, 1862; Capt. and Col. 19th Me. Vols.; Lawyer, 
Belfast, Me., from 1865; Deputy Collector of Customs, 1865-67; 
County Atty., 1872-78; Mayor, Belfast, 1885-86; deceased. 

*GEORGE CLARK GETCHELL, 1859-62. Born, Waterville, Me., Aug. 
11, 1844. 2d Lieut. 20th Me. Vols.; Capt., Major, and Bvt. Lieut. 
Col. 8th U. S. C. I.; died, New Orleans, La., Sept. 21, 1866, aged 22. 

JOHN CARLTON GRAY, 1859-61. From South China, Me. Law 
student, 1862-63; Admitted to the bar, 1863; Prin. High Sch., Oro- 
ville, Calif., 1867-72; Memb. Calif. Legl., 1873-74; Ed. and prop.. 
Weekly Mercury, 1874-77; Dist. Atty., Butte Co., Calif.; Judge, 
Superior Court, 1891-1909; ad., Oroville, Calif. 

*CHARLES WARREN GREENE, 1859-62. A.B., Brown, 1863, and 
A.M., 1872; M.D., Berkshire, 1867, and Dartmouth, 1868. Born, 
Belchertown, Mass., Aug. 17, 1840. Capt. 16th U. S. C. I.; Physi- 

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cian, 1867-72; Literary work, 1872-1920; Author, Animals, Their 
Homes and Habits, (1886) ; Birds, Their Homes and Habits, (1886) ; 
Editor, Lippincott's Gazeteer (1879) ; Worcester's Neiv School Dic- 
tionary, (1883) ; Lippincott's Biographical Dictionary, (1886) ; died, 
Merchantville, ,N. J., Jan. 3, 1920, aged 79. 

*JO'SEPH TAYLOR HALLETT, 1859-61. Born, Watervile, Me., June 
29, 1839; died, Waterville, Me., Sept. 8, 1864, aged 25. 

*ASHER CROSBY HINDS, 1859-61. Born, Benton, Me., Jan. 7, 1840. 
Sergt. 3d Me. Vols.; died in service, March 10, 1863, aged 23. 

*GEORGE LEWIS HOLMES, 1859-63. Born, Ellsworth, Me., Jan. 
29, 1841; died, Augusta, Me., Jan. 13, 1884, aged 42. 

*WILLIAM PERKINS JOY, 1859-62. Born, Ellsworth, Me., April 25, 
1841. Sergt. Maj., 19th Me. Vols.; Lawyer, Ellsworth, Me., 1866-83; 
Prohibition candidate for governor, 1880; Lawyer, Minneapolis, 
Minn., 1884-99; died, Minneapolis, Minn., Dee. 15, 1905, aged 64. 

*GEORGE KEELY, 1859-61. Born, Haverhill, Mass., Aug. 14, 1839. 
Hosp. Steward, 13th Me. Vols.; Student, New Hampton Theo. Inst., 
Vt., 1865-66; Baptist Minister, 1864-75; Farmer, Kanawha County. 
West Va., (Charleston P. O.), 1875-1912; died. May 2, 1913, aged 73. 

JONATHAN GREENLEAP LEAVITT, 1859-61. From Parsonsfield, 
Me. 

*HENRY MCALLISTER, 1859-61. Born, Ellsworth, Me., June 21, 
1843. Priv. 21st Me. Vols, and 14th Me. Vols., 1862-65; Druggist; 
died, Somerville, Mass., Dec. 5, 1875, aged 32. 

*HORACE MAYO, 1859-62. Born, Waterville, Me., Sept. 12, 1839. 
Salesman; died. New York City, June 9, 1906, aged 66. 

♦FREDERICK AUGUSTUS METCALF, 1859-60. Memb. firm, B. D. 
Metcalf & Sons, Damariscotta, Me., 1860-62; 1st Lieut. 2d Me. Cav.; 
Ord. Officer, Fort Barracas, Fla., 1863-66; Lumber business, Pensa- 
cola, Fla., 1866-67; Memb. firm, B. F. Metcalf & Co., New York City, 
1867-69; Banker and railway official; died, August 15, 1919. 

NOEL BYRON MILLIKEN, 1859-60. From Camden, Me. 

JAMES FREDERICK NORRIS, 1859-61. Born, Danbury, N. H., 
March 10, 1839. 12th Me. Inf., 1861-62; Newton Theo. Inst., 1864; 
Missy., American Baptist For. Mis. Soc, Mauhnain, Burma, 1865- 
81, and Tavoy, 1881-84; Home mission work, Calif., Wash., and 
Mont., 1887-96; ad., Foxcroft, Me. 

JAMES EDWARD PILLSBURY, 1859-60. Born, Nobleboro, Me., Feb. 
6, 1840. Teacher, Peoria, 111., 12 years; County Supt. Sch.; County 
clerk; Clerk circuit court; City comptroller; last ad., Peoria, 111. 

*THOMAS BENTON PULSIFER, 1859-61. M.D., Hahnemann, 1872. 
Born, Poland, Me., April 21, 1842. 1st Me. Cav.; Physician, Yar- 
mouth, Mass., 1873-1912; died, Yarmouth, Mass., Dec. 1, 1912, 
aged 70. / 

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JOHN BUNYAN ROBINSON, 1859-61. From Augusta, Me. 
♦AMBROSE SAWTELLE, 1859-61. Farmer, Sidney, Me.; Supt. Sch.; 

died, Sidney, Me., March 4, 1911. 
*GEORGE WILLIAMS BASSETT SAWTELLE, 1859-61. A.B., 

Union, 1863; M.D., Penn. Homeopathic, 1866. Born, Sidney, Me., 

Jan. 13, 1838. Physician, Maiden, Mass., 1867-1913; One of founders 

of Maiden Hosp.; 6 years on consulting staff, and 6 years Lecturer 

in Training Sch. for Nurses; died, Maiden, Mass., Nov. 14, 1913, 

aged 75. 
♦ADDISON SMALL, 1859-62. A.B., Bates, 1869. Born, Lewiston, Me., 

Oct. 16, 1841. Business, Portland, Me., 1869-74; Supt. Sch., Auburn, 

Me., 1874-75; Treas. People's Savings Bank, Lewiston, 1875-81; 

Cashier, Manufacturer's Nat'l Bank, 1881-1900; Memb. Common 

Council, Lewiston, 1880-81; Pres., 1881; died, Lewiston, Me., May 11, 

1900, aged 58. 
♦FRANKLIN A. SMITH, 1861-63. Born, North Anson, Me., Jan. 25, 

1842. Mfr., Waterville, Me.; travelled extensively in Europe; died, 

Aug. 13, 1910, aged 68. 
BOARDMAN CAREY SPAULDING, 1859-60. Musician, 17th U. S. 

Inf.; Lawyer; Last ad., Stevens Point, Wise. 
♦EDWIN CLARK STEVENS, 1859-62. From Waterville, Me. Sergt. 

Maj., 16th Me. Vols.; Killed, battle of Reams Sta., Va., Aug. 18, 

1864. 
♦FRANK WEEKS, 1859-60. Born, Jefferson, Me., Aug. 20, 1836. 

Lawyer; died, Newcastle, Me., Feb. 19, 1890, aged 53. 



CLASS OF 1864 

♦GEORGE HOWARD BASSETT, 1860-61. From Winslow, Me. Serg. 

3d Me. Vols.; died, Washington, D. C, Sept. 19, 1862. 
♦NATHAN COOK BRACKETT, 1860-63. A.B., Dartmouth, 1864; 

Ph.D., Bates, 1883. Born, Phillips, Me., July 28, 1836. Founder 

Storer Col., West Va., and Pres., 1867-90; died. Harper's Ferry, 

West Va., Jan. 20, 1910, aged 75. 
THOMAS BENTON BRIGGS, 1860-61. Born, Hudson, Me., Nov. 20, 

1840. Pacific Squadron, 1862-63; Sergt. Maj., 29th Me. Vols., 1863- 

65; Farmer and teacher, Laona, 111., to 1895; Bank Cashier, Davis, 

111., 1895-1920; Commissioner, Assessor, and Supervisor, Laona, 111., 

1874-1888; Res., Winnebago, 111. 
♦WILLIAM EDWARD BROWN, 1860-61. LL.B., Albany, 1868. Born, 

Sidney, Me., March 16, 1839. Sergt. 3d Me. Vols.; Lawyer; died, 

Lincoln, Neb., Sept. 13, 1870, aged 31. 
BENJAMIN LEROY DAVIS, 1860-62. From Hallowell, Me. 
♦JOHN SHERBURNE DORE, 1860-63. From Bangor, Me. Chaplain 

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Non-Graduates — Men 1864 

6th N. H. Vols.; Teacher, 1865-71; clergyinan, Dist. Col., Maryland, 
and Maine; died, North Vassalboro, Me., May 1, 1878. 

*CORDELLUS ROSCOE FOSS, 1860-61. From North Leeds, Me. 
Medical student, 1862-63; died, July 25, 1863. 

WILLARD WHEELER FREEMAN, 1860-64. A.B., Dartmouth, 1864; 
M.D., Univ. Penn., 1877. Born, Albion, Me., Oct. 4, 1839. Law 
student, 1864-66; Admitted to the bar, 1866; Teacher, 1866-76; 
Physician, 1877- ; Last ad., Ordway, Colo. 

CHARLES PULLER, 1860-61. A.B., Bowdoin, 1865, A.M., 1868, and 
M.D., 1869. Born, Lincoln, Me., June 19, 1843. Tutor, Meadville 
Theo. Sem., 1865-66; Physician, Hampden, Me., 1869-71; Lincoln, 
Me., 1871-1902; died, Dorchester, Mass., Nov. 22, 1909, aged 66. 

*CUSHMAN EBEN HARDEN, 1860-62. Born, Trenton, Me., 1840. 
Corp. 1st Me. Art. Vols.; Crozer Theo. Sem., 1870; Pastor, West 
Philadelphia, Pa., 1870-71; Ridley Park, 1872-73; Bristol, 1874-75; 
Missy, in Me., 1876; Pastor, Ellsv/orth, Me., 1877-78; Lemoine, 1879; 
Harrington, 1880-83; Sedgwick, 1884-85; Hebron, 1886-89; Jefferson, 
1890-94; St. George, 1895; Palermo Center, 1896; Appleton, 1896-97; 
died, Appleton, Me., Nov. 15, 1897, aged 57. 

*JOHN CALVIN HARKNESS, 1860-62. A.B., Bowdoin, 1864, and 
A.M., 1867. Born, Belfast, Me., Nov. 19, 1839. Teacher, Camden, 
Me.; Angelica, N. Y., 1865-66; Harvard Law Sch.; Pres. State Nor- 
mal Sch., Wilmington, Del., 1866-72; Harkness Acad., 1872-80; 
Columbia Law Sch., 1881-82; Lawyer, Belfast, Me., 1884-85; Wil- 
mington, Del., 1885-1902; died, Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 27, 1902, 
aged 62. 

*LEVI FOSS HARMON, 1860-61. From North Livermore, Me. De- 
ceased. 

*CHARLES AUGUSTUS HENRICKSON, 1860-61. From Waterville, 
Me. Ensign, U. S. N.; on the Monitor; Bookseller, Waterville, Me.; 
died, Waterville, Me., Dec. 28, 1904. 

WILLIAM KEELY, 1860-62. Born, Haverhill, Mass., Sept. 29, 1842. 
Priv. 13th Me. Vols.; 2d Lieut. 91st U. S. Inf.; Prin. Sch., Peaks 
Island, Me., 1864-65; Asst. Bus. Mgr., Coal Co., Cannelton, West Va., 
1865; Postmaster, Cannelton, 1865-68; Farmer, 1867-70; Bus. Mgr., 
Baptist Record; Editor Kanawha Daily, Charleston, West Va.; Asst. 
Mgr., Ward Engineering Works, 1882-1912; Pres. Bd. Education, 
1909-14; County Corresp., Dept. of Agriculture, 1902-1920; Trustee, 
Alderson Acad.; ad., Charleston, W. Va. 

ABNER HARDY KEZAR, 1860-62. From Limerick, Me. Mgr. De- 
tective Agency; Last ad., San Francisco, Calif. 

*EDWIN RUTHVEN MAYO, 1860-64. Born, Waterville, Me., Aug. 
29, 1842. Sergt. 21st Me. Vols.; Merchant, farmer, Manchester, Me.; 
deceased. 

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*BERNARD ROGERS, 1860-Gl. From Pembroke, Me. Lawyer, Pem- 
broke, Me. ; deceased. 

*JOHN CONWAY ROGERS, 1860-61. M.D., Harvard, 1864. Born, 
in Ireland, March 6, 1835. Asst. Surg. 26th Mass. Vols., 1864-65; 
Physician, Pembroke, Me., 1867-1910; Me. Senate, 1891-92; died, 
Aug. 23, 1910, aged 75. 

*DAVID DANA SPEAR, 1860-61. A.M., 1886; M.D., Berkshire, 1867. 
Born, North Yarmouth, Me., May 26, 1839. Pastor, Wells and Cape 
Elizabeth, Me., 1862-64; Physician, Kennebunk, Me., 1867-73; Free- 
port, 1873-97; Portland, 1897-99; died, Portland, Me., Jan. 21, 1899, 
aged 59. 

*EDWARD PAYSON STEARNS, 1860-61. Born, Lovell, Me., June 
7, 1837. Priv. 3d Me. Vols.; died, March 6, 1864, aged 26. 

*AMMr MITCHELL TRUE, 1860-61. Born, Bangor, Me., Jan. 13, 
1839. Musician, 1st Me. Cav.; Lieut, and Capt. 4th Mass Vols.; 
Drowned, near Bingham, Me., Sept. 19, 1878, aged 39. 

*GEORGE ELIAS WEEKS, 1860-61. From Jefferson, Me. Lawyer, 
Augusta, Me.; Speaker, Me. House Rep., 1880; deceased. 

*MOSES WILLIAM YOUNG, 1860-61. Born, Dixmont, Me., Dec. 6, 
1838. Priv. 3d Me. Vols.; Capt. 80th U. S. C. I.; Furniture dealer, 
1867-79, and farmer, 1879-1912, Calais, Me.; died, Calais, Mo., March 
9, 1912, aged 73. 



CLASS OF 1865 

*EDWIN CRESSEY BARROWS, 1861-62. LL.B., Albany, 1867. Born, 

Vassalboro, Me., April 2, 1842. 2d Me. Cav., 1863; 2d Lieut., U. S. 

C. T., 1865-66. Lawyer, Nebraska City, Neb., 1867-72; Teacher, 

1873-80; Farmer, from 1880; Me. Leg., 1883; deceased. 
*HENRY MILTON BODFISH, 1861-63. Born, Gardiner, Me., Nov. 

4, 1842. Commercial traveller; died, Waterville, Me., Oct. 10, 1876, 

aged 33. 
"FREDERIC GOWEN BRADBURY, 1861-63. From Bangor, Me. 

Died, Bangor, Me., Jan. 18, 1864. 
"CHARLES ROBINSON BROWN, 1861-62. A.B., Bowdoin, 1865, and 

A.M., 1868; M.D., N. Y. Homeopathic Med. Col., 1872. Born, Gor- 

ham, Me., May 26, 1838. Prin. High Sch., Reading, Mass., 1865-66; 

Prin. Phillips Sch., Salem, Mass., 1866-71; Physician, Lynn, Mass., 

1873-1907; Lecturer, Histology, Boston Univ., 1874-76; died, March 

21, 1907, aged 68. 
"ALBION RUSSELL BURRILL, 1861-63. Born, Fairfield, Me., Oct. 

12, 1840. Bowdoin Med. Sch., 1863-64; died, Fairfield, Me., Aug. 

15, 1864, aged 23. 

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Non-Graduates — Men 1865 

*LEONARD BUTLER, a861-62. Born, Hancock, Me., Sept. 19, 1840. 
1st Lieut. 11th Me. Vols.; died in service, Beaufort, S. C, April 14, 
1863, aged 22. 

*GEORGE HENRY DAVIS, 1861-62. Born, Buxton, Me., May 27, 1842. 
Teacher, Shattuck Sch., 1870-76; Rector, P. E. Ch., St. Cloud, Minn., 
1876-81; Boise City, Idaho, 1882-88; Brainerd, Minn., 1888-95; 
Mankato, Minn.; Dean of Convocation, 1890-93; Warden, Seabury 
Div. Sch., Faribault, Minn.; died, Faribault, Minn., Jan. 9, 1907, 
aged 64. 

*HORATIO SUMNER DRESSER, 1861-62. A.B., Bowdoin, 186.5. 
Bom, Brunswick, Me., March 5, 1841. Mfr., Reading, Pa.; died, 
Littleton, Colo., Aug. 9, 1875, aged 34. 

JULIUS ALPHONSO DRESSER, 1861-62. From Waterville, Me. 

ALEXANDER GREER DRURY, 1861-62. A.B., Centre Col., Ky., 
1865, and A.M., 1881; M.D., Univ. Penn., 1868, and Med. Col. Ohio, 
1878. Born, Covington, Ky., Feb. 3, 1844. Physician, Cincinnati, 
0., from 1869; Prof. Dermatology, Laura Memorial Woman's Med. 
Col., 1890-1900; Prof. Hygiene, Univ. Cincinnati, 1901-10, and 
emeritus, 1910-; Author, Legends of the Apple, (1904); Dante-Phy- 
sician, (1908); Ad., Navarre Bldg., Cincinnati, 0. 

ALFRED MARSHALL HAMLEN, 1861-62. From East Vassalboro, 
Me. 

WILSON HAMMONS, 1861-62. From Bethel, Me. 

*WESTON HARDY KEENE, 1861-62. From Bremen, Me. Capt. 20th 
Me. Vols.; killed, battle of Weldon, Sept. 30, 1864. 

ALBERT LORING, 1861-62. From Norridgewock, Me. 

*DURA PRATT MORGAN, 1862-65. From New London, N. H. De- 



SILAS RUTILLUS MORSE, 1861-62. Born, March 12, 1840. Teach 
er, Hammonton, N. J., 1862-65; Supt. Sch., Atlantic City, N. J. 
1865-73; County Supt. Sch., 1877-92; Curator N. J. State Museum 
Trenton, N. J., 1895-1915; in charge of educational exhibits of N. J 
at exposition at Chicago, Buffalo, Charleston, St. Louis, and James 
town; editor 12 vols, of Reports of N. J. State Museum, (1901-12) 
Res., Atlantic City, N. J. 

*WILLIAM NIXON, 1861-62. From South Paris, Me. Sergt. 17th 
Me. Vols.; died, 1863. 

♦FRANCIS OSCAR PERKINS, 1861-62. From Thomaston, Me. 
Sergt. 1st Me. Vols.; died, New Orleans, La., Feb. 28, 1863. 

*GEORGE CHANDLER ROBINSON, 1861-62. From Cornville, Me. 
Died, Cornville, Me., Aug. 28, 1862. 

*JOHN FAIRFIELD ROBINSON, 1861-62. Born, Sebec, Me., March 
13, 1842. Bowdoin, 1862-64; Lawyer, Lincoln, Me.; Bangor, Me., 
1880-1909; Rep. Me. Legl., 1876-77; died, April 30, 1909, aged 67. 

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WILLIAM HENRY RUSSELL, 1861-65. .From Nobleboro, Me. 

Supt. Sch., Kewanee, 111.; Prin. Grammar Sch., Chicago, 111.; Last 

ad., Highland Park, 111. 
OSBORN DUNLAP SEAVEY, 1861-62. Born, Unity, Me., Jaly 15, 

1845. Hotel mgr. and prop.; last ad., Marshfield, Mass. 
*AUGUSTUS HARRISON SMALL, 1861-63. A.B., Dartmouth, 1865. 

Born, East Pittston, Me., Jan. 1, 1843. Supt. Sch., Salem, Mass.; 

Editor Daily Citizen, Jackson, Mich.; Lawyer; Author, The Soldier's 

Friend; died, 1871, aged 28. 
*ASA UUTCHINS SNOW, 1861-64. Born, Nobleboro, Me., Oct. 7, 

1835. Prin. High Sch., Damariscotta, Me., 1864-65; Druggist; 

Damariscotta, Me., 1865-1908; died, Damariscotta, Me., Dec. 4, 1914, 

aged 79. 
*DANIEL HAYDEN TAYLOR, 1861-64. A.B., Wesleyan, 1865. From 

Vassalboro, Me. Teacher, Maine, N. Y., and 111.; Orchardist, Ontario, 

Calif.; deceased. 
FREDERICK CHARLES THAYER, 1861-63. A.M., 1884, Sc.D., 1917; 

M.D., Bowdoin, 1867. Born, Waterville, Me., Sept. 30, 1844. Phy- 
sician, Waterville, Me. 
*JOHN WAYLAND WOODMAN, 1861-62. M.D., Bellevue, 1867. 

From Cornville, Me. Deceased. 



CLASS OF 1866 

*WILLIAM AUGUSTUS ALBEE, 1862-64. M.D., Bowdoin, 1866. 
Born, Washington, Me., Oct. 15, 1840. Physician, Union, Me., 1867- 
84; Camden, Me., 1884-93; Rockland, Me., 1893-95; died, Rockland, 
Me., Nov. 2, 1895, aged 55. 

*CHARLES HENRY ANDREWS, 1862-65. From Buxton Center, Me. 
Merchant, Boston, Mass.; deceased. 

*RUFUS WILBERFORCE BAILEY, 1862-64. From Cape Elizabeth, 
Me. Real estate, St. Louis, Mo.; died, Sept. 18, 1878. 

SAMUEL BELL, 1862-63. From Waterville, Me. 

*ALDEN EDWARD BESSEY, 1862-64. M.D., Bowdoin, 1870. Born, 
Hebron, Me., Jan. 1, 1838. Physician, Sidney, Me., 1871-90; Water- 
ville, Me., 1890-1903; died, Waterville, Me., June 12, 1903, aged 65. 

*THEODORE CLARKE, 1862-65. Born, Newcastle, Me., May 31, 
1842. Capt. 4th U. S. Col. Cav.; Teacher; died, Newcastle, Me., 
Dec. 26, 1868, aged 26. 

*CHARLES CALDWELL COUILLARD, 1862-65. Born, Montville, 
Me., April 12, 1846. Asst. Ed., Portland Daily Advertiser, 1868-72; 
Boston Herald, 1872-91; Ed., Providence Evening Telegram. 1892- 
98; died, Waterville, Me., May 3, 1904, aged 58. 

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Non-Graduates — Men 1867 

*FRANK DUDLEY, 1862-63. Lumber Merchant, Portland, Me.; died, 
Dec. 19, 1898. 

*ROSWELL SISSON HINDS, 1862-64. Born, Benton, Me., April 27, 
1844; died, Benton, Me., Aug. 18, 1864, aged 20. 

EDWARD SEYMOUR HUNTRESS, 1862-64. Born, Portsmouth, N. 
H. July 9, 1840. Andover Theo. Sem., 1869; Pastor, Cong. Ch., 
Wareham, Mass., 1869-70; Milwaukee, Wis., 1871-72; Maynard, 
Mass., 1872-74; Derry, N. H., 1875-77; Wallingford, Vt., 1877-79; 
Dayville, Conn., 1879-83; Ware, Mass., 1888-89; Res., Mount Dora, 
Fla. 

ALBERT EDMUND KNIGHT, 1862-63. From Biddeford, Me. 

*JOSEPH WESLEY PRESSEY, 1862-63. Born, Newport, Me., June 
16, 1842. Bowdoin, 1863-64; 11th Me. Vols., 1864-65; Insurance, 
Rochester, N. Y., 1881-1910; died. May 23, 1910, aged 67. 

THOMAS BROWN SEVERANCE, 1862-63. From Newport, Me. 

* ARNOLD STEDMAN, 1862-63. A.M., 1890; M.D., Berkshire, 1865. 
Bora, Hartland, Me., Feb. 22, 1839. 22d Me. Vols.; Physician, 
Denver, Colo.; died, Denver, Colo., March 22, 1913, aged 74. 

*EDWIN WILSON TRUWORTHY, 1862-63. M.D., Univ. Vermont, 
1865. Born, Newport, Me., 1839. 2d Lieut., 22d Me. Vols.; Physi- 
cian, Lowell, Mass.; died, Lowell, Mass., Sept. 13, 1912, aged 73. 

*SILAS TUCK WHITTIER, 1862-65. From Cornville, Me. Farmer, 
Athens, Me.; Memb. Sch. Com., 1873-78; died, Cornville, Me., Oct. 
6, 1878. 

*EDWARD STEVENS YOUNG, 1862-63. M.D., Bowdoin, 1865. 
Born, Washington, Me., Nov. 15, 1840. Physician, Washington, Me.; 
Town clerk; Supt. Sch.; died, Washington, Me., Oct. 15, 1875, 
aged 34. 

CLASS OF 1867 

"EDMUND CLEMENT ATKINSON, 1862-63. From Bradford, Me. 
For many years president of a business college in Sacramento, 
Calif. ; deceased. 

*EDWARD PAYSON BARTLETT, 1863-66. A.B., Rochester, 1867. 
Born, Oxford, Me., Feb. 15, 1844. Teacher, 1867-73; Chicago Theo. 
Sem., 1873-76; Pastor, LaMoille, 111., and Des Moines, Iowa; Sec. 
Bd. Trustees, Des Moines Col.; died, Dec. 12, 1900, aged 56. 

ALBERT CARLETON, 1865-66. From Wilton, N. H. 

CORNELIUS ALBERT GOWER, 1863-67. A.B., Univ. Michigan, 1867, 
and A.M., 1870. Born, Abbot, Me., July 3, 1845. Teacher, Ann 
Arbor, Mich., 1867-68; Supt. Sch., Fenton, Mich., 1868-71; County 
Supt. Sch., Genesee Co., Mich., 1871-74; City Supt. Sch., Saginaw, 
Mich., 1874-78; Supt. Public Inst, Michigan, 1878-81; Supt. State 

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1867 Colby College 

Reform Sch. for Boys, 1881-92; Mfg. and real estate, 1892- ; ad., 
303 Allegan St., Lansing, Mich. 

*SANFORD HANSCOM, 1863-64. A.M., 1885; M.D., Hai-vard, 1868. 
Born, Albion, Me., Jan. 28, 1841. Sergt. 21st Me. Vols.; Physician, 
Sonierville, Mass.; Memb. Sch. Bd.; Trustee Public Lib.; died, Som- 
erville, Mass., Sept. 30, 1916, aged 75. 

*HENRY KILGORE HAWES, 186.3-64. From Surrey, Me. Law stu- 
dent, 1864-66; Lawyer, Oakland, Me., 1867-69; Ellsworth, Me., 1869- 
72; Holyoke, Mass.; City Solicitor, Holyoke, 1876-77; Memb. Com. 
Council, 1880-81, and Pres., 1881; Atty., New York City; deceased. 

*JOHN CARROLL IRISH, 1863-65. A.B., honorary, Dartmouth, 1868; 
M.D., Bellevue, 1872. Born, Buck-field, Me., Sept. 30, 1843. Sur- 
geon, Lowell, Mass.; Medical examiner, Middlesex Co.; Consulting 
surg., St. John's Hosp.; died, Lowell, Mass., May 29, 1908, aged 64. 

*CHARLES GREEN KINGMAN, 1863-66. From Dexter, Me. De- 
ceased. 

*ELEAZER BURBANK LORING, 1863-64. From Atkin.son, Me. 2d 
Me. Vols.; Lawyer, Boston, Mass.; Treas. Eastn. State Co., 1877-78; 
Trustee Imp. Elec. Light Co.; died, Soldiers' Home, Chelsea, Mass., 
Aug. 24, 1919. 

AMOS BARTON LUNT, 1863-66. Born, Benton, Me., Aug. 21, 1845. 
Surveyor of lumber in Maine, Mass., Wise, and Minn.; ad.. South 
Brewer, Me. 

*WILLIAM KING MOODY, 1863-66. Born, Milton Plantation, Me. 
Ed. and pub., Androscoggin Herald, Mechanic Falls, Me., 1867-71; 
Somerset Reporter, Skowhegan, Me., 1871-75; with Boston Herald; 
deceased. 

*ORLANDO WILBUR SHELDON, 1863-64. Born, Waterville, Me., 
July 29, 1846; died, Biddeford, Me., March 4, 1915, aged 68. 

CLEMENT ELLIOTT STAPLES, 1864-66. From Cape Elizabeth, Me. 

*GEORGE LAURENS STARBIRD, 1863-64. From Paris, Me. De- 
ceased. 

CLASS OF 1868 

SANFORD ADLAM BAKER, 1864-66. From Hallowell, Mc; ad., 
Putney, Ga. 

*FRANCIS MARION BENNETT, 1864-67. A.B., Dartmouth, 1868; 
LL.B., Boston Univ., 1874. Born, Effingham Falls, N. H., Sept. 2, 
1844. Master St. Johns High Sch., Evan.sville, Ind., 1868-69; High 
Sch., Portland, Me., 1869-71; Athens Grammar Sch., Weymonth, 
Mass., 1872-73; Lawyer, Mollis, Me.; Memb. Me. Legl., 1899-1900; 
Supt. Sch.; Selectman; died, We.st Buxton, Me., June 30, 1912, 
aged 67. 

WILLIAM BRYANT BENNETT, 1864-65. From Dover, N. H. 
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*CHARLES BEMIS BENSON, 1864-65. A.B., Bowdoin, 1872. Born, 
North Paris, Me., Feb. 27, 1846. Lawyer, North Paris, Me., 1874- 
1910; Snow's Falls, Me., 1910-15; died, March 22, 1915, aged 69. 

*GEORGE LANGDON CHANDLER, 1864-65. A.B., Bowdoin, 1868, 
and A.M., 1871. Bora, Waterville, Me., Jan. 25, 1849. Teacher, 
Dudley, Mass., 1868-69; Matewan, N. J., 1869-70; Kingston, Mass., 
1870-71; Mankato, Minn., 1871-72; Franklin, N. H., 1873-74, 1876- 
79; Tutor Math., Bowdoin, 1874-75; Inst. Nat. Hist., Bowdoin, 1875- 
76; Teacher, Newton, Mass., 1879-97; died, Auburndale, Mass., Oct. 
6, 1897, aged 46. 

JOHN WESLEY FREESE, 1864-65. A.B., Tufts, 1868, A.M., 1871. 
From Lagrange, Me. Prin. Gram. Sch., Lynn, Mass., 1868-79; 
Providence, R. L, 1879-80; Cambridge, Mass., since 1883; Author, 
Historic Houses and Spots in Cambridge; Freese Families; ad., 17 
Chauncey St., Cambridge, Mass. 

CHARLES HENRY GODDARD FRYE, 1864-65. From Vassalboro, Me. 

*FRED RUFUS MEANS GILPATRICK, 1864-66. Born, Topsham, 
Me., Feb. 12, 1846. Teacher; died, San Bernardino, Calif., Nov. 12, 
1875, aged 29. 

*JOSEPH POLLARD, 1864-65. From East Jaffrey, N. H.; died. East 
JafFrey, N. H., about 1870. 

*DANIEL CLARK ROBBINS, 1864-66. From Winthrop, Me. Farmer, 
East Winthrop, Me.; deceased. 

JOSEPH GAGE ROUNDS, 1864-65. Born, Buxton, Me., Sept. 15, 
1844. Bank clerk, McGregor, Iowa, 1869-73; Cashier, Citizen's 
Natl. Bank, Des Moines, Iowa, 1874-95, and Pres., 1895-1918; ad., 
5th and Walnut Sts., Des Moines, Iowa. 

ELMER SMALL, 1864-66. A.B., Dartmouth, 1868; M.D., Bowdoin, 
1870. Born, Vassalboro, Me., Aug. 14, 1845. Physician, Melrose, 
Iowa, 1870-71; Belfast, Me., since 1872. 

CHARLES SULLIVAN WESTON, 1864-66. From Boothbay, Me. 
*JARVIS URIAH WOODS, 1864-66. M.D., Hahnemann, 1868. From 
Augusta, Me. Physician, Holyoke, Mass.; deceased. 



CLASS OF 1869 

*HENRY MANDEVILLE CLARK, 1865-66. Born, North Hancock, Me., 
Feb. 5, 1849. Wholesale lumber merchant, Boston, Mass., Saginaw, 
Mich., and New York City; Secy., National Wholesale Lumber 
Dealers' Assn., New York City, 1893-97; died. New York City, Dec. 
5, 1897, aged 48. 

"CHARLES CALVIN COLE, 186.5-66. From Kenduskeag, Me. Died, 
Dec. 21, 1875. 



1869 Colby College 

*SOLOMON EATON, 1865-66. Born, Winslow, Me., Aug. 12, 1846. 
Merchant, Bo.ston, Mass.; deceased. 

GEORGE GREGORY LEAVENS, 1865-66. From Durham, Me. 

LUTHER HOWARD MAXIM, 1865-66. From Paris, Me. 

*JAMES LEWIS MERRILL, 1865-66. A.B., Dartmouth, 1870. Born, 
Hebron, Me., Nov. 3, 1843. Priv. 23d Me. Vols.; Prin. High Sch., 
Milford, N. H., 1870-71; Teacher, Acad., Lake Forest, IlL, 1871-73; 
Andover Theo. Sem., 1873-76; Pastor, Cong. Ch. So. Royalston, 
Mass., 1874-75; North Chelmsford, 1876-78; Arlington, 1878-80; 
died, June 20, 1880, aged 36. 

*THOMAS WASHINGTON PARKER, 1865-67. M.D., Boston Univ. 
Born, Benton, Me., Nov. 13, 1846. Physician; died, Los Angeles, 
Calif., 1886. 

*MILTON FARRAR RICKER, 1865-66. From North Livermore, Me. 
Corp. 1st Me. Cav. Vols.; Insurance, 1873-77; Supt. Sch., Canton, 
Me.,; Trial Justice, Oxford Co.; Insurance, Portland, Me.; deceased. 

*CHARLES EDWIN ROBBINS, 1865-66. From Winthrop, Me. De- 
ceased. 

*CHARLES ROWELL, 1865-68. A.B., Bowdoin, 1869, and A.M., 
1872. Born, Lebanon, Me., March 10, 1849. Bookkeeper, West 
Waterville, Me.; Treas., Savings Bank, Fairfield, Me.; Lawyer, 
Emery Mills, Me.; deceased. 

GEORGE SMITH ROWELL, 1865-67. A.M., 1892. Born, Hallowell, 
Me., March 12, 1846. Journalist; nearly 40 years with the Portland 
Daily Advertiser; Priv. 29th Me. Vols.; Author of numerous papers 
before the Maine Historical Soc, and the Loyal Legion; ad., 90 Neal 
St., Portland, Me. 

*GEORGE ROYAL STONE, 1865-68. A.B., Dartmouth, 1869. Born, 
Andover, N. H., May 16, 1843. Lawyer, Franklin, N. H. ; died. May 
27, 1905, aged 62. 

WILLARD MANN TIBBETTS, 1865-66. From New York City. 

OSCAR WALL, 1865-66. From Winslow, Me. 

PARKMAN SHAW WARREN, 1865-68. A.M., 1873. Born, Bangor, 
Me., April 17, 1847. Teacher, Castine, Me., 1869-70; Methuen, 
Mass., 1871-74; Gloucester, Mass., 1874-75; Lawrence, Mass., 1876- 
79; Kansas representative for Charles Scribner's Sons; ed. and 
prop.. The Dcmoerat, Wichita, Kans., 1914- ; Res., Wichita, Kans. 

CLASS OF 1870 

CHARLES WESLEY CLEMENT, 1866-67. A.B., Antioch, 1870. 
Born, Palmyra, Me., June 15, 1843. Tutor, Antioch Col., 1870-71; 
Law student, Augusta, Me.; Admitted to the bar, 1874; Ed., East- 
ern Examiner, Augusta, Me., 1874-76; Journalist, Woonsocket, R. I., 



Non-Graduates — Men 1871 

1876-79; Leather Business, Boston, Mass.; last ad., 2 Sheldon St., 
Roslindale, Mass. 

EDWIN AUGUSTUS DANIELS, 1866-69. A.B., Dartmouth, 1871, and 
A.M., 1882. Born, Paris, Me., March 28, 1846. Teacher; last ad., 
104 West 90th St., New York City. 

*HENRY WEBSTER FOLLETT, 1866-68. Born, Parkman, Me., Feb. 
3, 1847. Teacher, 18 years; Breeder of stock from 1887; died, 
Janiul, Calif., 1915. 

JOHN RICHMOND HATHAWAY, 1866-68. M.D., Bowdoin, 1870. 
Born, Temple, Me., Feb. 22, 1846. Physician, Lincoln, Me., 1870-74;- 
Howard City, Mich., 1874-80; Grand Rapids, Mich., 1880-84; Huron, 
So. Dak., 1884-88; Tacoma, Wash., 1888-92; Everett, Wash., 1892-. 

*RICHARD HENRY MOODY, 1866-67. From Belfast, Me. Druggist, 
Belfast, Me., from 1869; County Treas., Waldo Co., 1876; deceased. 

PRENTISS MELLEN WOODMAN, Jr., 1866-68. A.B., Brown, 1870; 
A.M., Miss. Col. Born, New Gloucester, Me., Oct. 29, 1846. Teach- 
er, 10 years; Lawyer, 1880- ; Supt. Sch., Minneapolis; Ed., Wood- 
man's Lawyer's Diary (annual) ; ad.. Lumber E.xchange Bid., Minne- 
apolis, Minn. 

CLASS OF 1871 

NATHAN DICKERMAN BARROWS, 1867-68. From Hebron, Me. 
CHARLES JOSEPH BROWN, 1867-68. From Woodstock, Me. 
DAVID WASS CAMPBELL, 1867-71. A.M., 1876. Lumberman and 

farmer, Cherryfield, Me.; Secy, and Treas., Cherryfield Elec. Light 

Co.; Trustee Colby Coll., 1896-1917. 
JAMES FRANKLIN CHANEY, 1867-69. A.B., Bowdoin, 1871, and 

A.M., 1874. Born, Clinton, Me., Feb. 22, 1845. 4th Me. Battery; 

Mfr., Brunswick, Me., 1871-75; Mining, Leadville, Colo., 1879-82; 

Coal dealer, Brunswick, Me., from 1883. 
EDMUND CHASE COLE, 1867-68. A.B., Bowdoin, 1871, and A.M., 

1874. Born, Milton Plantation, Me., Oct. 5, 1845. Prin. High Sch., 

Warner, N. H., 1871-74; Printer, 1874-84; Ed. and Pub., 1884-1910; 

N. H. LegL, 1901-02; Judge Police Court, 1905- ; ad., Warner, N. H. 
CHARLES EDWIN GOULD, 1867-68. From Dedham, Mass. 
EDWARD VAUGHAN GRANGER, 1868-69. M.D., College Physicians 

and Surgeons, 1873. From Providence, R. I.; Physician; last ad., 

Pascoag, R. I. 
AUGUSTUS EBEN SAWYER, 1867-71. Born, Sedgwick, Me., Dec. 

10, 1849. Bus. Mgr., Daily Sun and Pccs.s, Jacksonville, Fla. 
EDWARD STEVENS SHELDON, 1867-68. A.B., Harvard, 1872. 

Born, Waterville, Me., Nov. 21, 1851. Student, Berlin, Paris, and 

Leipzig, 1874-77. Inst- Modern Langs., 1877-84; Asst. Prof. Ro- 



1871 Colby College 

niance Philology, 1884-94, and Prof., since 1894, Harvard Univ.; 
Author, A Short German Grammar, (1879) ; and many monographs 
on philological subjects; ad., 11 Francis St., Cambridge, Mass. 

DANIEL RANDALL STOVER, 1867-70. Born, Harpswoll, Me., Jan. 
5, 1846. Farmer and teacher; Supt. Sch.; Memb. Me. Legl., 1876- 
77; last ad.. South Harpswell, Me. 

*CLARENDON WESTCOTT, 1867-68. Born, Freedom, Me., Oct. 4, 
1851. Journalist; died, Saco, Me., May 8, 1873, aged 21. 

♦WALLACE ROWELL WHITE, 1867-69. A.B., Bowdoin, 1871; LL.B., 
Univ. Michigan, 1874. Born, Dixfield, Me., Oct. 17, 1849. Lawyer, 
Winthrop, Me., 1874-81; U. S. Dist. Atty., Boise, Idaho; Lawyer, 
Ogden, Utah, 1885-1901; Salt Lake City, Utah, 1901-10; died. Emi- 
gration Canyon, Utah, Aug. 3, 1910, aged 60. 



CLASS OF 1872 

JAMES BIGELOW ATWOOD, 1868-70. A.B., Bowdoin, 1872, and 
A.M., 1875. Bom, Williamsburg, Me., Jan. 10, 1846. Farmer and 
teacher, St. Albans, Me. 

EDWARD NEWTON BRANN, 1868-69. From Madison, Me. 

GEORGE EDWIN DUDLEY, 1869-70. From East Vassalboro, Me. 

*EUGENE KINCAID DUNBAR, 1868-70. A.B., Brown, 1872, and 
A.M., 1875. Born, Albion, Me., Oct. 11, 1847. Editor and publisher; 
Life insurance, Boston, Mass.; died, June 6, 1915, aged 67. 

♦STEPHEN ALFRED JONES, 1868-70. A.B., Dartmouth, 1872, A.M., 
1875, and Ph.D., 1885. Born, China, Me., March 21, 1848. Prof. 
Greek and Latin, Pennsylvania Col., 1874-82; Student, Miinster and 
Bohn, 1882-85; Prin. High Sch., Colorado Springs, Colo., 1887-89; 
Pres. Nevada State Univ., 1889-94; Prof. Pedagogy, State Normal 
Sch., San Jose, Calif., 189^-1915; died, Dec. 10, 1915, aged 67. 

JOHN DAY SMITH, 1868-70. A.B., Brown, 1872, and A.M., 1875; 
LL.B., Columbian, 1878, and LL.M., 1881. Born, Litchfield, Me., 
Feb. 25, 1845. 19th Me. Vols., wounded in battle, June 22, 1864; 
Lawyer, Washington, D. C, 1881-86; Minneapolis, Minn., from 1886; 
Rep. Minn. Legl., 1889; Minn. Senate, 1891-95; Judge Dist. Court, 
Minn., 1905-14; Author, Ca.scs on ConMitvtional Law, (1897); His- 
tory of the Nineteenth Maine Regiment, (1909); ad., 3224 Holmes 
Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. 



CLASS OF 1873 

WILLIAM STICKNEY BRADLEY, 1869-70. Born, East Vassalboro, 
Me., Oct. 14, 1848. Insurance business; Rep. Me. Legl., 1887; Town 
clerk, several years; ad., East Vassalboro, Me. 



Non-Graduates — Men 1874 

ROBERT LOW LANE, 1869-70. M.D., New York Homeopathic Med. 
Col., 1872. From Dexter, Me. Physician; last ad., Somerville, Mass. 

MEDVILLE CHARLES MCLAUGHLIN, 1869-71. From Bangor, Me. 
Episcopal clergyman; last ad., Brunswick, Me. 

*CHARLES FRANCIS COOK MOOR, 1869-71. A.B., Union, 1874; 
LL.B., Columbia. Born, Waterville, Me., Feb. 5, 1843; Lawyer; 
Bookkeeper; died, Denver, Colo., Aug. 12, 1899, aged 56. 

*GEORGE HENRY STURDY, 1869-73. From Augusta, Me. De- 
ceased. 

HERBERT LEE STETSON, 1869-70. B.D., Bapt. Union Theo. Sem., 
1878; A.M., Franklin, 1886, and D.D., 1889; LL.D., Des Moines, 1901. 
Born, Greene, Me., Oct. 16, 1847. Pastor, Griggsville, 111., 1871-74; 
Woodstock, 111., 1874-78; Logansport, Ind., 1878-88; Des Moines 
Iowa, 1888-90; Pres. Des Moines Col., 1889-1900; Prof. Psychology 
and Pedagogy, 1900-13, and Pres., 1913-, Kalamazoo Col.; Lecturer 
on Psychology and Religion, Univ. Chicago, 1902, 1904, 1907; Roch- 
ester Theo. Sem., 1909; ad., Kalamazoo, Mich. 

*ARUNAH TRACY, 1869-70. Born, Carmel, Me., June 9, 1845. Corp. 
18th Me. Vols, and 1st Heavy Art.; Clerk, U. S. Pension Bureau; 
died, Washington, D. C, July 18, 1879, aged 34. 

CLASS OF 1874 

ALPHEUS EVELETH BRIGGS, 1870-72. Born, Parkman, Me., June 
16, 1847. Taught school in Maine for 10 years; Supervisor Sch., 
Parkman, Me., 1880-98; Real estate business; ad., Cliftondale, Mass. 

*ALBERT PRESCOTT DOE, 1870-72. A.B., Wesleyan, 1874; A.M. 
From Vassalboro, Me.; Prin. Salem St. Sch., Worcester, Mass., 1874- 
76; Storey Sch., Marblehead, Mass., 1876-85; Packard Sch., Law- 
rence, Mass., from 1885; deceased. 

WILLARD ROSCOE HEMMENWAY, 1870-72. A.B., Bowdoin, 1874. 
Born, Wellington, Me., March 4, 1850. Prin. Greeley Inst., Cumber- 
land, Me., 1874-76; High Sch., Minneapolis, Minn., 1876-77; La 
Crosse, Wis., 1877-1907; last ad., St. Paul, Minn. 

EDWARD OTIS HOWARD, 1870-72. A.B., Bowdoin, 1874. Born, 
Winslow, Me., March 11, 1852. Lawyer, Fairfield, Me., 1877-80; 
Boston, Mass., since 1880; ad., 61 Court St., Boston, Mass. 

*JAMES O'DONNELL, 1870-71. From Watei-ville, Me. Deceased. 

*GEORGE WESLEY OSGOOD, 1871-72. A.B., Wesleyan, 1874. Born, 
Bangor, Me., April 27, 1851. Bangor Theo. Sem., 1877; Pastor 
Cong. Ch., Tunbridge, Vt., 1877-80; Littleton, N. H., 1880-84; 
Provincetown, Mass., 1885-87; Hyannis, 1887-90; Newburyport, 1890- 
94; Lynn, Mass., 1894-1901; died, Lynn, Mass., May 28, 1919, aged 68. 

*WILLIAM LINCOLN PALMER, 1870-73. Born, Albion, Me., Feb. 2, 
1845. Bowdoin, 1873-74. Teacher; died, Feb. 13, 1881, aged 36. 

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*DAVID McCRILLIS SCRIBNER, 1870-71. Born, Waterville, Me., 
Oct. 15, 1853. Bowdoin, 1871-73; Lawyer, Minneapolis, Minn.; died, 
Jan. 10, 1907, aged 53. 

CLASS OF 1875 

*JAMES BROWNBILL, 1871-73. Born in England. Pastor at Jay, 
Cambridge, and Oakland, Me.; Farmer; died, Oakland, Me., Sept. 
8, 1913. 

HENRY MILTON HEYWOOD, 1871-73. Born, Winslow, Me., April 
18, 1844. Pastor, AIna, Me., 1873-74; Patten, Me., 1874-75; Liberty, 
Me., 1875-77; Lisbon Falls, Me., 1877-79; Florida, Mass., 1877-82; 
Granville, Mass., 1882-84; Agawam, Mass., 1884-89; Mt. Vernon, 
Me., 1889-92; South Waterboro, Me., 1892-95; Kennebunk, Me., 1895- 
97; Monson, Me., 1897-99; Farmer, Norridgewock, Me., 1899-1908; 
Pastor, Midvale, Idaho, 1909; ad., Nugent Home, 221 West Johnson 
St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

*GUSTAVUS JUDSON NELSON, 1871-73. M.D., Bowdoin, 1877. 
Born, Guilford, Me., June 13, 1846. Physician, Week's Mills, Me., 
1877-92; China, Me., from 1892; deceased. 

EBEN GEORGE RUSSELL, 1871-72. Born, Pembroke, Me., May 7, 
1855. Harvard Med. Sch., 1877-81; Wholesale grocer, Portland, 
Me., since 1904; ad., 20 Viranda St., Woodfords, Me. 



CLASS OF 1876 

JESSE B. BROWN, 1872-75. Born, East Machias, Me., June 3, 1847. 

Ordained, 1876. Clergyman, Washington Co., Me.; Contributor to 

various periodicals; ad., East Machias, Me. 
GEORGE BOWEN M^LENEY, 1872-73. From Sidney, C. B. Last 

ad., 614 Church St., Evanston, 111. 
*LOUIS COLBY STEARNS, 1872-74. Born, Newry, Me., May 5, 1854. 

Admitted to the bar, 1876; Teacher and lawyer, Springfield, Me., to 

1882; Lawyer, Caribou, Me., 1882-99; Bangor, Me., from 1899; Judge 

probate, Aroostook Co., 1885-89; Me. Ho. Rep., 1889-91; Me. Senate, 

1897-99; died, March 4, 1914, aged 59. 
JOSEPH ARAD THOMPSON, 1872-75. Born, Bangor, Me., Feb. 20, 

1854. Timberland business; ad., 80 Leighton St., Bangor, Me. 



CLASS OF 1877 

FRED JUDSON BICKNELL, 1873-74. Born, LaGrange, Me., July 6, 
1850. Pastor, Millis, Me.; Bangor, Me., 1877-80; Business, from 
1880, Rockland, Me. 

HARRISON WILLIAM GEORGE, 1873-74. B.D., Oberlin. Born, 



Non-Graduates — Men 1878 

East Orrington, Me., Jan. 25, 1851. Clergyman, 13 years; Teacher, 
8 years; Poultry ranch, Santa Cruz, Calif. 

FRANCIS OLIVER NICHOLS, 1873-76. M.D., Bowdoin, 1881. Born, 
Merrimac, Mass., March 30, 1855. Physician, Otyilumi, Bailundu, 
Central Africa, 1881-83; Jacksonville, Fla., 1884-89; from 1889, law- 
yer; last ad., Jacksonville, Fla. 

*HENRY ERNEST WILLS, 1873-74. Born, Hartford, Conn., in 1852. 
Lawyer, Jersey City, N. J. ; died, San Francisco, Calif., 1916. 



CLASS OF 1878 

*FRED IRVING DINSMORE, 1874-75. From Harrington, Me. Memb. 
police force, Boston, Mass.; deceased. 

CLARENCE DAVID FOSTER, 1874-76. From Mechanic Falls, Me. 
Bookseller; last ad., 2517 Hoover St., Los Angeles, Calif. 

FRANK DAVID GEORGE, 1874-75. A.B., Bates, 1878; A.M., 1884; 
B.D., Cobb Div. Sch., 1881. Born, New Sharon, Me., Feb. 7, 1857. 
Pastor, Laconia, N. H., 1881.83; Georgiaville, R. I., 1883-84; Missy., 
Midnapore, India, 1884-88; Pastor, New Hampton, N. H., 1888-90; 
Worcester, Mass., 1890-92; Lowell, 1892-94; Gardiner, Me., 1894-99; 
Pittsfield, Me., 1899-1902; Ashland, N. H., 1902-06; Franklin, N. H., 
1906-09; East Walpole, Mass., 1909-12; Bedford, N. H.; last ad., 937 
Plymouth St., Abington, Mass. 

CHARLES HENRY GIBBS, 1874-76. M.D., Bowdoin, 1881. Born, 
Quincy, 111., Aug. 29, 1851. Physician, Livermore Falls, Me., 1882- 
1912; Ellsworth, Me., 1912-16; Auburn, Me., 1916-17; Portland, Me., 
1917-19; Town clerk and town treas., East Livermore, Me., 1883- 
1903; Memb. Sch. Bd.; Memb. Bd. Health; last ad., Portland, Me. 

CHARLES FLETCHER JOHNSON, 1874-77. A.B., Bowdoin, 1879, 
A.M., 1882, and LL.D., 1911. Born, Winslow., Me., Feb. 14, 1859. 
Prin. High Sch., Machias, Me., 1881-86; Lawyer, Waterville, Me., 
1886-1917; City solicitor, 1887-91, and Mayor, 1893-94; Me. Legl., 
1905-08; U. S. Senate, 1911-17; U. S. Circuit Judge, Me., 1917- ; ad., 
Portland, Me. 

JOSEPH WILLIAM LOCKE, 1874-75. From Biddeford, Me. 

MARCELLUS EDWIN PARKER, 1874-75. From Rockland, Me. 

CHARLES HOMER PERCIVAL, 1874-76. A.B., Amherst, 1879, A.M., 
1882. Born, Waterville, Me., Dec. 23, 1854. Andover Theo. Sem., 
1879-81; Student, Edinburgh, Halle, and Berlin, 1881-83; Pastor 
Cong. Ch., Wiscasset, Me., 1883-85; Houlton, 1886-88; Racine, Wise, 
1888-97; Terre Haute, Ind., 1897-99; Boston and Maiden, Mass., 
1899-1907; Rochester, N. H., 1907-16; res., Rochester, N. H. 

EZRA SANBORN PERKINS, 1874-75. From Nobleboro, Me. 

LOUIS MELVILLE PERKINS, A.B., Bates, 1879. Born, Mechanic 

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1878 Colby College 

Falls, Me., Feb. 2, 1856. Prin. High Sch., Kennebunk, Me., 1881-85; 
Hardware business, Kennebunk, Me., 12 years; Salesman to 1912; 
Real estate; last ad., Louisville, Ky. 

FRANK WILLIAMS READ, 1874-75. From South Hanson, Mass. 

WILLIAM ERNEST SMITH, 1874-76. From Bangor, Me. Prop. New- 
Bedford Steam Dye House, New Bedford, Mass. Last ad., 53 Wil- 
liam St., New Bedford, Mass. 

HOWARD AUGUSTUS STUART, 1874-75. From Hampden, Me. 

WOODMAN HARRISON WATSON TEELE. Born, West Acton, 
Mass., Oct. 1, 1855. Business, Somerville, Mass., to 1883; Winches- 
ter, Mass., 1883-85; Cambridge, Mass., from 1885; ad.. North Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 

*EDWARD EUGENE THAYER, 1874-76. Born, Waterville, Me., May 
3, 1858. Medical student, 1876-77; died, Waterville, Me., 1877. 



CLASS OF 1879 

FRED ALBERT BARKER, 1875-80. From Rumford, Me. Merchant; 
last ad., Rumford, Me. 

EMERY WILSON BARTLETT, 1875-76. A.B., Bowdoin, 1880, and 
A.M., 1883. Born, Bethel, Me., Jan. 12, 185G. Literary work to 
1887; Journalism; last ad., Los Angeles, Calif. 

OSCAR CHARLES SANBORN DAVIES, 1875-77. A.B., Bowdoin, 
1882, M.D., 1883. Born, Sidney, Me., Oct. 8, 1855. Asst. Supt. In- 
sane Hosp., Augusta, Me., 1883-90; Physician, New York City, 1890- 
95; Augusta, Me., from 1895. 

*JOHN FRANKLIN DeCOSTER, 1875-78. M.D., N. Y. Univ., 1885. 
Born, Hebron, Me., Sept. 9, 1857. Physician, Buckfleld, Me.; Rum- 
ford Falls, Me.; died, June 3, 1898, aged 40. 

NEAL DOW FOGG, 1875-76. From Wayne, Me. 

*FLETCHER HOWARD, 1875-76. A.B., Bates, 1879. Born, Leeds, 
Me., Oct. 5, 1853. Pharmacist, Onawa, Iowa, 1879-84; Sheldon, 
Iowa, 1884-89; Des Moines, Iowa, 1889-1905; Iowa Commission Phar- 
macy from 1886, and Chairman from 1896; died, Colorado Springs, 
Colo., March 3, 1905, aged 51. 

CHARLES WILLIAM JUDKINS, 1875-79. A.M., 1902; M.D., Hahne- 
mann, 1881. Born, Cornville, Me., June 14, 1856. Physician, Hart- 
land, Me., 1881-88; Aspen, Colo., 1888-1919; Memb. Colo. Legl.; 
County Health Officer; ad., 212 Fanning Bldg., Pawtucket, R. I. 

ELISHA ATWOOD McCOLLISTER, 1875-76. A.B., Bates, 1879; 
M.D., Bowdoin, 1882. Born, Canton, Me., March 25, 1852. Physi- 
cian, New Portland, Me., 1882-83; Gray, Me., 1883-97; Lewiston, Me., 
1897-1911; Dalroy, Alberta, Canada, from 1911. 



Non-Graduates — Men 1880 

*CHARLES HENRY MEEK, 1875-77. Born, Concord, Mass., March 
30, 1854. Died, Mercer, Me., Jan. 14, 1877, aged 22. 

*MILLARD KIMBALL PAGE, 1875-77. A.B., Bowdoin, 1879, and 
A.M., 1882; LL.B., George Washington, 1881, and LL.M., 1882. Born, 
Houlton, Me., Oct. 3, 1856. U. S. Civil Service, Washington, D. C, 
1879-86; Lawyer, Denver, Colo., 1886-95; died, Sept. 20, 1895, 
aged 38. 

FRANK DeLaMOTTE PATTEN, 1875-77. From Newport, Me. Law- 
yer; last ad., Boston, MaoS. 

*WILLIAM NEAL PHILBROOK, 1875-78. From Lisbon Falls, Me. 
Died, Oct. 11, 1878. 

*APPLETON HEATH PLAISTED, 1876-77. From Waterville, Me. 
Deceased. 

CHARLES MORRIS SARGENT, 1876-77. A.B., Bates, 1879, and A.M., 
1882. Born, Springfield, N. H., March 26, 1857. Teacher in public 
schools, 15 years; Bookkeeper, Custom House, Boston, Mass.; Book- 
keeper, publishing house; Mgr. teachers' agency; ad., Glencliff, N. H. 

LOUIS MERRILL SESSIONS, 1875-76. From Rumford, Me. Born, 
Oct. 23, 1853. Bowdoin Medical Sch., 1881-82; last ad.. Maiden, 
Ma..s. 

WALTER CHANNING STETSON, 1875-78. Born, Livermore, Me., 
May 4, 1853. Pastor, Trenton, Me., 1878-81; Surrey, 1881-85; No- 
bleboro, 1885-87; Hancock, 1887-88; Eden, 1888-92; North Vassal- 
boro, 1892-1901; Supt. Sch., Trenton, 1879, and Surrey, 1884-85; 
Memb. Sch. Bd., Vassalboro, 1896-1901; Farmer, Waterville, Me., 
since 1901; Alderman, 1909-10. 

PERCY WARREN, 1875-77. M.D., Bowdoin, 1879. Born, Bangor, Me., 
July 9, 1855. Physician, Bangor, Me., since 1894; City physician, 
1896. 

FRED HARRISON YOUNG, 1875-76. From Saco, Me. 

CLASS OF 1880 

CHARLES HENRY BATES, 1876-81. A.M., 1910.. Born, Danvers, 

Mass., June 9, 1857. Prin. High Sch., Uxbridge, Mass., 1888-1901; 

Supt. Sch., Middleboro, Mass., 1901-. 
AUGUSTUS ALVIN BICKFORD, 1876-77. From Sanbornton, N. H. 
CHESTER WELD CLEMENT, 1876-78. From Kenduskeag, Me. 

Teacher, Calif., 1878-86; Pen work and designing, Boston, Mass., 

1886- ; ad., 13 Andrew St., Everett, Mass. 
WILLIAM RUSSELL COLLINS, 1876-78. M.D., St. Louis Med Col., 

1884. Born, Winnebago, 111., May 9, 1858. Physician; last ad., 

Georgetown, Colo. 
*THOMAS GLOVER EATON, 1876-77. A.B., Amherst, 1880; LL.B., 

Boston Univ., 1883. Lawyer, St. Paul, Minn., 1883-85; Sanford, 

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Fla., 1885-87; Merchant, New York City, 1888; British Honduras, 
1889; San Francisco, Calif., 1890; died, Dec. 12, 1893. 

CHARLES FREEMAN HOPKINS, 1876-77. A.B., Amherst, 1880. 
Born, Mt. Vernon, N. H., Feb. 20, 1855. Admitted to the bar, 1887; 
Lawyer, Fargo, N. D.; Duluth, Minn., Roseburg, Ore.; ad., Rose- 
burg, Ore. 

CLARENCE FILLMORE McINTYRE, 1876-77. From Fairfield, Me. 

ASHER FOSTER PALMER, 1876-77. From Portland, Me. Pastor, 
Winter Harbor, Me., 1880-83; Lamoine, Me., 1883-85; Supt. Sch., 
Lemoine, Me., 1884-85; Pastor, Eden, Me., 1885; Bar Harbor, Me., 
1885-90; Supt. Sch., Bar Harbor, 1885-87; Lawyer, San Jose, Calif. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON PEACOCK, 1876-77. Capt. 8th U. S. Inf., 
1898; addres.s unknown. 

FREDERICK PERKINS, 1876-78. From Houlton, Me. U. S. Mil. 
Acad., 1883; Brig.-Gen., 166th Brig., 83d Div., Camp Sherman 
Chillicothc, 0. 

*JAMES MADISON SANBORN, 1876-78. Born, East Newport, Me., 
April 27, 1858. Lawyer; died, Feb. 9, 1909, aged 50. 

JOHN EMERY SAWYER, 1876-78. From Monson, Me. 

FRANK WILBUR SHAW, 1876-78. Born, Hodgdon, Me., Aug. 28, 
1857. Lawyer, Minneapolis, Minn., since 1883; ad., 313 Nicollet 
Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. 

GEORGE ELMAN WHITE, 1876-78. From Waterville, Me. 



CLASS OF 1881 

RALPH SAMUEL BAKER. From Bath, Me. 

CHARLES HARRY FRENCH, 1877-79. Born, Oxford, Me., Feb. 16, 
1863. Lecturer; ad., 99 Newbury St., Boston, Mass. 

WILLIAM ATWOOD LANCASTER, 1879-80. From Gardiner, Me. 
Lawyer, Augusta, Me.; Minneapolis, Minn. 

CHARLES WILLIAM MATHEWS, 1877-79. Real estate and in.^ur- 
ance, Watervile, Me. 

*WILBERT HENRY MONROE, 1877-79. From Rutland, Vt. Died, 
in Wisconsin about 1904. 

JOHN FRANK RICH, 1878-79. A.B., Wesleyan, 1881, and A.M., 1884. 
Born, Hope, Me., April 17, 1855. Prof. Latin and Math., Chamber- 
lain Inst., Randolph, N. Y., 1881-82; Prin. High Sch., Belfast, Me., 
1882-87; Scituate, Mass., 1887-88; Bridgewater, Mass., 1888-89; Supt. 
Sch., Manche.ster, Mass., 1889-91; Salesman, Ginn & Co., 1892-1903; 
ad., R. F. D., Rockland, Me. 

ERASTUS CLARENCE RYDER, 1877-80. A.M., 1890. Born, Read- 
field, Me., Oct. 10, 1854. Lawyer, Springfield, Me., 1882-94; Bangor, 

290 



Non-Graduates — Men 1882 

Me., since 1894; Me. Ho. Rep., 1887; Me. Senate, 1889-90, 1891-93; 
ad., 51 Highland St., Bangor, Me. 

CHARLES CLARENCE SPEARE, 1877-80. A.M., 1896. Born, Dan- 
bury, N. H., Oct. 30, 1856. Newton Theo. Inst., 1881-84. Pastor, 
Baldwinville, Mass., 1884-86; Hudson, N. H., 1886-91; Sanford, Me., 
1891-97; Banking and insurance, Baldwinville, Mass., 1899- ; Town 
clerk, 1900-09. 

WILLIAM LIONEL WATSON, 1877-79. From Dexter, Me. 

EDGAR WEEKS, 1878-79. L.L.B., Boston Univ., 1895. Born, Wake- 
field, N. H., May 3, 1859. Lawyer, Marlboro, Mass., since 1895; 
Register of probate, Carroll Co., N. H.; Assoc. Justice, Marlboro, 
Mass., Police Court, 1902-. 

FRANK AUGUSTINE WELD, 1877-82. From Skowhegan, Me. Prin. 
High Sch., Farming-ton, Minn., 1882-83; Postmaster, 1883; Ed., 
News, Zumbrota, Minn., 1884; Prin. High Sch. and Supt. Sch., Zum- 
brota, Minn.; Supt. Sch., Stillwater, Minn.; Pres. State Normal Sch., 
Moorhead, Minn. 

SAMUEL HODGDON WHITE, 1877-78. From Waterville, Me., A.B., 
Colgate. Ad., 2 Johnson Park, Utica, N. Y. 

CHARLES ALVANO WHITNEY, 1878-80. M.D., Bowdoin, 1889. 
Born, Phillips, Me., Oct. 21, 1860. Physician; last ad., Boston, Mass. 

WILLIAM HENRY WILSON, 1877-81. From Augusta, Me. Last 
ad., Everett, Mass. 

CLASS OF 1882 

SEWELL WEBSTER ABBOTT, 1878-79. LL.B., Union Col. of Law, 
Chicago, 1883. Born, Tuftonboro, N. H., April 11, 1859. Lawyer, 
Chicago, 111., 1883; Ossipee, N. H., 1884-85; Wolfboro, N. H., from 
1885; Judge of probate; County solicitor, four years; Member Sch. 
Bd., 12 years; Commission to revise forms and rules of probate 
courts, 1903; Chairman, Legal Advisory Bd., Carroll Co.; Trustee 
Brewster Free Acad, from 1894; ad., Wolfboro, N. H. 

WILLIAM ROBINSON ALDRICH, 1878-80. Born, April 2, 1858. 
From Glover, Vt.; last ad., Sedalia, Mo. 

ELMER BARKLEY AUSTIN, 1878-80. Born, Buckfield, Me., Oct. 17, 
1855. Farmer, Buckfield, Me.; Chairman Bd. Selectmen; Chair- 
man Sch. Bd. 

FREDERICK SPRING BARROWS, 1878-80. From Wareham, Mass. 

(WILLIAM) ALBERT BUXTON, 1878-79. A.B., Brown, 1882; and 
A.M., 1885; A.M., Harvard, 1886; Ph.D., Bethany, 1895; LL.D., 
Milligan, 1905; M.D., Boston Col. Phys. and Surg., 1887. Born, 
Londonderry, Vt., June 16, 1861. Ship surgeon, 1887; University 
President and Clergyman, 1888-1918; Lawyer, 1919; Judge Munici- 
pal Court, Centralia, Wash. 



1882 Colby College 

*ARTHUR ELIJAH FISH, 1878-80. Born, Fieeport, Me., June 3, 1860. 

Died, May 8, 1880, aged 19. 
JAMES OTIS FISH, 1878-79. From China, Me. 
*BERTELLE ELMER GAGE, 1878-81. Born, West Waterville, Me., 

July 2, 1860. Died, July 6, 1881, aged 21. 
JOSEPH GREELEY GARDNER, 1878-81. A.B., Dartmouth, 1883, 

A.M., 1886; LL.B., Iowa State Univ., 1886. Born, New London, N. 

H., March 11, 1860. Insurance, Des Moines, Iowa, to 1919; ad., 

Kirksville, Mo. 
GEORGE HOWARD GOULD, 1878-79. Born, Baring, Me., May 26, 

1853. Teacher, Hotel keeper, and Farmer; Livermore, Me., 1881-83; 

West Lebanon, Me., 1883-87; Port Republic, N. J., 1887-90; Georges 

Mills, N. H., since 1890; Memb. Sch. Bd., 1900-04, 1912; ad., Georges 

Mills, N. H. 
BORDMAN HALL, 1878-79. From Waterville, Me. Lawyer, 114 State 

St., Boston, Mass. 
*HENRY BAILEY HALL, 1878-79. Born, Belfast, Me., May 26, 1863. 

Teacher in the public schools of Boston from 1879; Master, John 

Winthrop Sch., Roxbury; died, Dorchester, Mass., March 17, 1920, 

aged 56. 
JAMES FREDERICK HILL, 1878-79, and 1893-94. A.M., 1917; M.D., 

Bowdoin, 1885. Born, Waterville, Me., June 15, 1854. Physician, 

Waterville, Me. ; Lecturer on Eye and Ear, and Medical Examiner, 

Colby CoL, 1897-1903; Chairman, Bd. Educa., Waterville; Pres., Bd. 

of Trade; Pres. Kennebec County Med. Soc; ad., Waterville, Me. 
WILLIAM THAYER JORDAN, 1878-80. Born, Waterville, Me., Sept. 

15, 1857. Pastor Cong. Ch., Silverton and Trinidad, Colo.; Kansas 

City, Mo.; Ottawa, Kans.; Holliston, Mass.; ad., Holliston, Mass. 
MATHEW LAUGHLIN, 1878-79. From Eddington, Me. Lawyer, 7 

Hammond St., Bangor, Me. 
ALFRED HYDE NOYES, 1878-80. Born, Jay, Me., January, 1858. 

Business, Boston, Mass., 1881-84; New York City, 1884-86; Syracuse, 

N. Y., 1887-91; Omaha, Neb., 1891-1901; Chicago, 111., 1901-; ad., 

5007 Dorchester Ave., Chicago, 111. 
EDWARD HO AG PHILLIPS, 1878-79. From Waterville, Me. Ad., 

Westbrook, Me. 
EDWIN WEBSTER PHILLIPS, 1878-79. From Waterville, Me. Ad., 

Kalispell, Mont. 
EUGENE MADISON POPE, 1878-80. A.B., Colgate, 1882, LL.B., 

Northwestern, 1888. Born, St. Paul, Minn., Oct. 16, 1859. Lawyer, 

Chicago, 111., from 1882; ad., 405 Times Bid., Chicago, 111. 
*EDGAR OSCAR SILVER, 1878-80. A.B., Brown, 1883, and A.M., 

1886. Born, Bloomfield, Vt., April 17, 1860. Pres. Silver, Burdett 

& Co., publishers; Trus., Brown Univ., 1896-1909; Trustee, Shaw 



Non-Graduates — Men 1883 

Univ.; Trustee, Roger Williams Univ.; died, East Orange, N. J., 

Nov. 18, 1909, aged 49. 
HERBERT STEVENS, 1878-79. From East Machias, Me. 
ERNEST JOSEPH STONE, 1878-80. From Belfast, Me. 
*EBEN COLBY STOVER, 1878-79. From Boston, Mass. Clergyman, 

niinois, Vermont, South Monmouth, Me.; died, Litchfield, Me., March 

4, 1908. 
SAMUEL CHASE THAYER, 1878-79. M.D., Bowdoin, 1882. Born, 

Waterville, Me., Jan. 15, 1861. Physician, Waterville, Me., 1882-84; 

Boston, Mass., 1884-. 
*CHARLES BENTON TURNER, 1878-80. A.M., 1891. From Derby, 

Vt. Clergyman, Wells Depot, Me., and Allston, Mass.; died, Allston, 

Mass., 1900. 
CHARLES FREMONT WEED, 1878-80. From Littleton, Me. 
WINDSOR HERBERT WYMAN, 1878-80. Born, Peru, Me., April 14, 

1857. Newton Theo. Inst., 1885-86; Pastor, Winchendon, Mass., 

1886-90; North Abington, Mass., 1890-94; Nurseryman, North 

Abington, Mass., from 1894; Mass. Legl, 1913. 
*GEORGE ALBERT YOUNG, 1878. Died, 1878. 



CLASS OF 1883 

JOHN EDWARD DINSMORE. 1879-80. A.B., Bowdoin, 1883, and 
A.M., 1886. Born, Winslow, Me., Nov. 17, 1862. Teacher, Hallowell, 
Me., 1883-88; Prin. Acad., Fryeburg, Me., 1888-92; Lincoln Acad., 
Newcastle, Me., 1893-96; From 1898, teacher, Jerusalem, Palestine. 

FREDERICK WINGATE GOOKIN, 1879-80. From Jamaica Plain, 
Mass. 

JOHN GRIFFIN, 1879-80. From Skowhegan, Me. 

WILLARD ALBERT HILL, 1879-80. A.B., Rochester, 1883. From 
Hartford, Conn. 

CHARLES HERBERT JENNINGS, 1879-81. From Bangor, Me. 

*ARNO WARREN KING, 1879-81. LL.D., 1908; LL.B., Boston Univ., 
1883. Born, Lamoino, Me., Aug. 2, 1855. Lawyer, 1883-1907; Jus- 
tice Supreme Court, Me.; Trustee, Colby Col., 1912-18; died, July 20, 
1918, aged 62. 

*ERNEST HOWARD ROWELL, 1879-81. A.M., Univ. of the South, 
1891. Born, Livermore Falls, Me., Jan. 4, 1863. Asst., Greek, 
Latin, and French, Univ. of the South, Sewanee, Tenn., 1891-93; 
Sewanee Grammar Sch., 1893-94; died, Oakley, S.C, Dec. 3, 1894, 
aged 31. 

*HERBERT LAWRENCE TAYLOR, 1879-81. A.B., Bowdoin, 1886. 
Born, Belgrade, Me., Jan. 1, 1858. Prin. High Sch., Norridgewock, 

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1883 Colby College 

Me., 1886-87; Teacher, Red Bluff, Calif., 1887-90; died, March 7, 
1890, aged 31. 
GEORGE MELVIN WADSWORTH, 1879-81. A.B., Brown, 1884, and 
A.M., 1889. Born, South Weymouth, Ma.ss., April 4, 1857. Prin. 
Renfrew Sch., Adams", Mass., 1884-86; Willard Sch., Quincy, Mass., 
1886-89; Supt. Sch., Bedford Dist., 1889-91; Master Charles G. Pope 
Sch., Somerville, Mass., 1891-1918; Southern Junior High Sch., Som- 
erville, Mass., 1918- ; res., Whitman, Mass. 



CLASS OF 1884 

HAROLD BRADFORD GRAY, 1880-83. A.B., Boston Univ., 1884. 
Born, Waterville, Me., July 7, 1861. Mgr. Metropolitan Mfg. Co., 
Boston, Mass., 1886-? last ad., Hyde Park, Mass. 

DUDLEY WATSON HOLMAN, 1880-82. A.M., 1911. Born, Balston 
Spa., N. Y., Sept., 23, 1863. Newspaper work, Boston, Mass., 1882- 
84; Portland, Me., 1884-90; Woonsocket, R. I., 1890-91; Providence, 
R. L, 1892-94; Taunton, Mass., 1894-1910; Secy, to the Governor of 
Mass., 1911-12; Memb. Mass. Industrial Accident Bd., 1912-16; Pres. 
International Assoc, of Industrial Accident Bds. and Coms., 1916-18; 
Genl. Mgr. U. S. Mutual Liability Insurance Co., 1918- ; U. S. Com- 
mittee on Labor in the formation of the compensation law, family 
allotments and insurance for soldiers and sailors, 1917-18; Justice 
of the peace; Author of numerous monographs on Accident Cost and 
Prevention in govt, bulletins, and reports of Associations; ad., 193 
Beach St., Wollaston, Mass. 

FRANK BAILEY HUBBARD, 1880-82. Born, Waterville, Me., Oct. 
15, 1862. Railroad freight agent and train ma.ster; Treas. Colby Col. 
since July, 1917; Alderman, Waterville, Me., 1908-09; ad., Water- 
ville, Me. 

PHILIP SIDNEY LINDSEY, 1880-82. A.B., Bowdoin, 1884, M.D., 
1888. Born, Norridgewock, Me., March 27, 1862. Physician, Nor- 
ridgewock. Me., 1889-93; Santa Monica, Calif., 1893-1910; last ad., 
Los Angeles, Calif. 

VERANUS WILLIS LOTHROP, 1880-81. A.B., Dartmouth, 1884; 
LL.B., Univ. Minnesota, 1898. Born, Leeds, Me., Jan. 28, 1863. 
Business; last ad., 2078 Center St., Berkeley, Calif. 

FRANK DESPER MITCHELL, 1880-81. A.M., 1916. Born, Water- 
ville, Me., Sept. 23, 1859. Hospital work, 1882-90; Supt. The Chi- 
cago Home for Incurables, since 1890; ad., 5535 Ellis Ave., Chicago, 
111. 

CHARLES HENRY NOWELL, 1880-82. From Sanford, Me. 

ROSCOE GREENE RICKER, 1880-83. From Hartford, Me. Ad., 292 
Court St., Auburn, Me. 

FRED SYLVANE ROBINSON, 1880-81. From Cornvillc, Me. 



Non-Graduates — Men 1886 



CLASS OF 1885 

FREDERIC EDGAR BARTON, 1881-84. From Sidney, Me. 

FREDERIC GEORGE CHUTTER, 1881-82. A.M., 1905. Born, Chard, 
Somersetshire, England, Sept. 12, 1857. Andover Theo. Sem., 1887. 
Student, Free Church Col., Edinburgh, 1890-91; Univ. Oxford, 1891- 
92. Pastor Cong. Ch., Littleton, N. H., 1887-90; Business since 
1893; Trustee Dow Acad.; Trustee Littleton Public Lib.; Memb. 9th. 
Bd.; ad., Lebanon, N. H. 

HOWARD CHANNING DUDLEY, 1881-83. Born, Jan. 3, 1858. 
Teacher, 1885-89; Hospital steward, 1892; Apiarian, 1903- ; ad., 
Caldwell, Idaho. 

FRANK WARE HERRICK, 1881-85. Born, Waterville, Me., Feb. 19, 
1863. Prop. Herrick's Mercantile Agency since 1891; ad., 89 State 
St., Boston, Mass. 

CHARLES MELZAR LINDSAY, 1881-82. D.D.S., New York Col. 
Dentistry, 1888. Born, Norridgowock, Me., Sept. 14, 1863. Dentist, 
Santa Monica, Calif. 

JOSEPH HALEY LORD, 1881-82. A.B., Brown, 1885. Born, Wells, 
Me., Dec. 8, 1860. Student, Boston Univ. Law Sch., 1885-86; Ad- 
mitted to the bar, 1886; Lawyer, Sioux Falls, S. D.; Mgr., West 
Coast Naval Stores Co. of Florida; ad., Sarasota, Fla. 

SCHUYLER CLARK LORD, 1881-83. From Surry, Me. 

HERBERT GARDNER MANK, 1881-83. A.B., Amherst, 1885, and 
A.M., 1888; B.D., Andover, 1888; Ph.B., Boston Univ., 1907. Pastor 
Cong. Ch., New Gloucester, Me., 1888-98; Memb. Sch. Bd,; Pastor, 
Lawrence, Mass., 1898- ; ad., 556 Haverhill St., Lav/rence, Mass. 

*EDWARD WENTV/ORTH MERRILL, 1881-82. From Biddeford, 
Me. Journalist, Rochester, N. Y.; died. May 21, 1886. 

MARK EDWIN ROWELL, 1881-83. Born, South Thomaston, Me., 
Sept. 15, 1863. Granite monument worker, South Thomaston, Mc., 
1883-91; Hallowell, Me., 1891-94; Seattle, V/ash., 1900-1907; Port- 
land, Me., since 1910; Town clerk, South Thomaston, Me.; Sch. Bd., 
, South Thomaston; ad., 751 Stevens Ave., Woodfords, Me. 

ELMER ELLSWORTH SILVER, 1881-82. A.B., Brown, 1885, and 
A.M., 1888. Member Silver, Burdett & Co., to 1904; Genl. Mgr., The 
Union Mutual Life Ins. Co., 79 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

EUGENE TIMOTHY WIGHTMAN, 1881-84. From Taunton, Mass. 

CLASS OF 1886 

JOHN FRANK BICKMORE, 1882-83. A.B., Amherst, 1886. Ad., 425 

Marion St., Denver, Colo. 
CHARLES ALBERT FLAGG, 1882-85. Born, South Berwick, Me., 



1886 ' Colby College 

Jan. 22, 1862. Foreman in shoe shop, Lynn, Mass., 1885-1901; Rail- 
way mail service, since 1901; Memb. Sch. Com.; ad., 978 Humphrey 
St., Swampscott, Mass. 

EDWARD WILLISTON FRENTZ, 1882-85. A.M., 1911. From Mel- 
rose, Mass. With Tlic Youth's Companion, Boston, Mass. 

*FRED WELLINGTON KNOWLTON, 1882-83. From East Sanger- 
ville. Me. Lawyer, Foxcroft, Me.; deceased. 

HyBERT KNOX, 1882-83. From Waterville, Me. Last ad., Ontario, 
Calif. 

WILLIAM PRENTISS MORTON, 1882-84. Born, Sumner, Me., June 
24, 1862. Sign painting and advertising, Grass Valley and Auburn, 
Calif., 1888-91; Binghamton, N. Y., 1891-97; South Paris, Me., since 
1897. 

CHARLES ALBERT PARKER, 1882-85. A.B., Brown, 1886, and 
A.M., 1889. Born, Ludlow, Me., Jan. 8, 1859. Newton Theo. Inst., 
1886-87; Rochester Theo. Sem., 1887-89; Pastor, Lake City, Colo., 
1889-93; Quincy, Mass., 1895-98; Los Gatos, Calif., 1899-1900; San 
Jose, Calif., 1901-03; Redwood City, Calif., since 1906; Depty. County 
Supt. Sch., 1891-93; ad.. Redwood City, Calif. 

GEORGE ADELBERT PLUMMER, 1882-83. From Fairfield, Me. 

JAMES KIDD PLUMMER, 1882-84. From Houlton, Me. Born, Nov. 

4, 1863. Lawyer; ad., Houlton, Me. 

FRANK PORTER STEARNS, 1882-83. From Paris, Me. Born, Oct. 

5, 1861. Merchant, Dighton, Kans., 1884-91; Co. Supt. Sch., 4 years; 
Merchant, Shawnee, Okla., 1891-1919; Postmaster, 1900-04; Mayor, 
1907-17; ad.. Ranger, Tex. 

FRED RUGGLES TRASK, 1882-84. Born, New Sharon, Me., June 6, 
1862. Grain business, Haverhill, Mass., 1885-98; Farming, Sterling, 
Mass., since 1898; Sch. Com., Bradford, Mass., 1894-96, Haverhill, 
1897-98, and Sterling, 1899-1902; ad., Sterling, Mass. 

WILLIAM WILBERFORCE WHITTEN, 1882-84. A.B., Brown, 1886. 
Born, Waterboro, Me., Jan. 12, 1861. Bicycle dealer. Providence, R. 
I., 1886-1902; Automobile dealer since 1902; ad., 341 Thayer St., 
East Side, Providence, R. I. 

CHARLES SAMUEL WILDER, 1882-84. Born, Conway, Ma.ss., Feb. 
18, 1860. Bangor Theo. Sem., 1887; Pastor Cong. Ch., Monson, Me., 
1890-91; Milltown, N. B., 1891-93; Limington, Me., 1894-99; Turner, 
Me., 1899-1901; East Longmeadow, Mass. 



"SAMUEL CONY BROOKS, 1883-84. A.B., Amherst, 1888. Boi 
Augusta, Me., Feb. 17, 1866. Yale Div. Sch., 1888-89; Missionary 
Colo., 1889; died, Elgin, Neb., Sept. 5, 1889, aged 23. 



Non-Graduates — Men 1889 

EUGENE THOMAS McNAMARA, 1883-84. From Camden, Me. Ad., 

294 Washington, St., Boston, Mass. 
GEORGE EDWARD WILKINS, 1883-84. Born, Brownville, Me., Jan. 

31, 1861. Hardware business, Houlton, Me., since 1885. 



CLASS OF 1888 

CHARLES KELSEY ALLEN, 1884-86. Born, Skowhegan, Me., Aug. 
28, 1865. School teacher^ and Milhiian; ad., Mercer, Me. 

WILLIAM MORSE COLE, 1884-85. A.B., Harvard, 1890, and A.M., 
1896. Born, Roxbury, Mass., Feb. 10, 1886. Inst. Pol. Econ., Har- 
vard Univ., 1890-93; Secy. Mass. Commission on Unemployed, 1894- 
95; Lecturer on History and Pol. Econ., University Extension Soc, 
1895-98; Teacher English, High Sch., Fall River, Mass., 1898-1901; 
South High Sch., Worcester, Mass., 1901-08; Inst. Accounting, 1900- 

08, Asst. Prof., 1908-13, Assoc. Prof., 1913-16, and Prof., 1916-, Har- 
vard Univ.; Capt., U. S. A., 1917-19; Author, An Old Man's Ro- 
mance, (1895) ; Accou7its: Their Construction and Interpretation, 
(1908) ; The American Hope, (1910) ; Accounting and Auditing, 
(1910) ; Cost Accounting for Institutions, (1913) ; Problems in Ac- 
counting, (1915); also newspaper and magazine articles and pam- 
phlets; ad., 55 Brewster St., Cambridge, Mass. 

*CHARLES FECHEM GOODALE, 1884-87. From Waterville, Me. 

Deceased. 
*WILLIAM PARKER GOODWIN, 1884-85. Born, Skowhegan, Me., 

Sept. 15, 1868. Died, Skowhegan, Me., May 31, 1888, aged 19. 
EDGAR CLARENCE MATHEWS, 1884-85. From Waterville, Me. 

Ad., Waterville, Me. 
HENRY HERBERT MATHEWS, 1884-85. Born, Portland, Me., April 

9, 1865. Slate producer and mfr. ; ad., Beacon St., Newton Centre, 
Mass. 

HENRY CHARLES PRINCE, 1884-85. Born, Buckfield, Me., Feb. 26, 
1866. Merchant, Kansas and Indian Ter., to 1891; Publisher, Water- 
ville, Me., 1891-1905; Madison, Me., 1905- ; Pres. Waterville Common 
Coun., 2 years; State Lib., Maine, 1910-15; ad., Madison, Me. 

CHARLES HENRY WOOD, 1884-85. LL.B., Boston Univ., 1891. Born, 
West Gouldsboro, Me., March 19, 1859. Lawyer, Bar Harbor, Me.; 
County Atty., Hancock Co., 1905-09; Me. Senate, 1917-19; ad.. Bar 
Harbor, Me. 



JUSTIN DARIUS AMES, 1885-86. M.D., Bowdoin, 1892. Born, Ca- 
naan, Me., Dec. 7, 1865. Physician, Athens, Me., 1892-93; Norridge- 
wock, Me., 1893-1912; Oakland, 1912-15; Santa Fe, N. Mex., 1915-16; 



1889 Colby College 

Staff Kansas State Hosp., 1918; Bangor State Hosp., 1919; Physi- 
cian, Norridgewock, Me., 1920-. 

WALLACE STEDMAN ELDEN, 1885-87. A.B., Bowdoin, 1889, and 
A.M., 1892; Ph.D., Univ. Michigan, 1900. Born, Waterville, Me., 
May 25, 1868. Inst., Ohio State Univ., 1892-94; Univ. Michigan, 
1894-96; Asst. Prof. Latin, Univ. Maine, 1896-99; Prof. Latin, Ohio 
State Univ., 1900- ; Contributor to various classical journals; ad., 
1734 Summit Ave., Columbus, O. 

FRED VIVIAN MATTHEWS, 1885-87. A.M., 1914. Born, Boothbay, 
Me., Sept. 2, 1865. Atty. at law, 114 Longfellow St., Portland, Me. 

CHARLES ALTON MEND ALL, 1885-86. From Hartford, Me. 

JAY PERKINS, 1887-88. M.D., Harvard, 1891. Born, Penobscot, Me., 
Oct. 15, 1864. Physician, Providence, R. I.; Medical examiner, 1896- 
1909; ad., 106 Waterman St., Providence, R. I. 

*WILLIAM CAREY SHEPPARD, 1885-86. From North Scituate, 
Mass. Student, Boston Univ. Law Sch., 1886-87; Journalist; died, 
Jan. 14, 1909. 

*DAVID FRANCIS SMITH, 1885-88. Bom, Benedicta, Me., Feb. 1, 
1865. Law Student, 1889-91; Lawyer, Columbia Falls, Mont., 1892- 
96; Kalispell, Mont, 1896-1916; Judge, 11th Jud. Dist., Mont., 1896- 
1904; Memb. High Sch. Bd.; died, Kalispell, Mont., Aug. 8, 1916, 
aged 51. 

HENRY WINTHROP TAPPAN, 1885-88. Born, Columbia, S. C, May 
25, 1869. Amherst Col., 1888-89; Journalist, New York City, 1890- 
95; Boston Herald, 1902; The Los Angeles Times, 1907-10; Real 
estate business, San Gabriel, Calif., 1910-. 



CLASS OF 1890 

LLEWELLYN HENRY DRAKE, 1886-89. From West Boylston, Mass. 
HARLAN PAGE KNIGHT, 1886-87. From Brunswick, Me. Last 

ad., 61 Putnam St., Somerville, Mass. 
ERNEST GEORGE WALKER, 1886-88. A.B., Harvard, 1892. Born, 

Embden, Me., Sept. 1, 1869. Govt, service, Wa.shington, D. C, 1892- 

94; Journalist, Washington, D. C, from 1894; ad., 1406 G St., N. W., 

Washington, D. C. 



CLASS OF 1891 

*DENNIS MILLIKEN BANGS, 1887-88. A.B., Bowdoin, 1891. Born, 
Waterville, Me., June 13, 1868. Real estate and insurance; died, 
Waterville, Me., July 20, 1909, aged 41. 

HOMER ANDREW BERRY, 1887-88. Born, Portland, Me. With 
Marshall Field & Co., Chicago, 111. 



Non-Graduates — Men 1892 

*GEORGE HENRY DOW, 1887-90. M.D., Bellevue, 1895. Born, 
Shawmut, Me., Jan. 4, 1868. Physician, Battle Creek, Mich.; died, 
Denver, Colo., 1897. 

EDWIN DUNCAN McARTHUR, 1887-88. Phila. Col. Pharmacy, 1891. 
Born, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Jan. 26, 1869. Deputy County Clerk, Pike 
Co., Colo., 1899-1900; Pharmacist, Laramie, Wyo., 1901-02; Lead- 
ville, Colo., 1902-05; Boise, Idaho, 1905-06; Sergt. 2d U. S. Vol. Cav., 
Spanish- American war; ad., Marshfield, Ore. 

CHARLES WOOD NOYES, 1887-91. Born, Milo, Me., March 31, 1869. 
Lawyer; last ad., 8.31 Tremont Bldg., Boston, Mass. 

ZADOC PRESCOTT SHAW, 1887-88. D.D.S., Baltimore Col. Den- 
tistry, 1892. Born, Hampden, Me., Feb. 9, 1865. Dentist, Presque 
Isle, Me., 1892-97; Claremont, N. H., since 1897; Pres. N. H. Dental 
Soc, 1909. 

*GEORGE W. SHAY, 1887-88. A.B., Bowdoin, 189.3. Born, Haynes- 
ville. Me., March 31, 1866. Prin. Acad., Patten, Me., 189.3-94; res., 
Albion, Me.; deceased. 

WILLIAM RUSSELL TOWLE, 1887-88. From Mars Hill, Me. 



CLASS OF 1892 

HERMAN EDGAR BRADY, 1888-89. Born, Enfield, Me., May 6, 1864. 
Newton Theo. Inst, 1893. Pastor, Dalton, Mass., 1893-97; Mendon, 
Mass., 1897-99; 1st Mariner's Ch., Boston, Mass., from 1903; ad., 
113 Blue Hill Ave., Mattapan, Mass. 

ERNEST LESLIE CHANEY, 1888-90. Born, East Wilton, Me., Feb. 
23, 1870. Teacher, 8 years; Clerk, U. S. Navy Yard, Portsmouth, 
N. H., since 1900; Chairman Sch. Bd., Kittery, Me., 3 years. 

CHALONER OAKES CHIPMAN, 1888-89. Born, Sydney, Cape Breton, 
Nov. 30, 1871. Bank clerk, Ocala, Fla., 1889-91; Real estate and 
insurance, Pueblo, Colo., from 1891; ad., P. 0. Box 664, Pueblo, Colo. 

CHARLES HOVEY DODGE, 1888-89. Born, Sedgwick, Me., July 12, 
1868. Travelling salesman 18 years; Real estate and investments, 
Chicago, 111.; Author, Soid Undaunted, (1913); Pll be With You, 
(1918) ; etc.; ad., 5236 Greenwood Ave., Chicago, 111. 

*FRANK COLLINS DUNBAR, 1888-90. From North Anson, Me. 
Died, about 1892. 

OTHO WILLARD BURNHAM FARR, 1888-89. Born, Oakland, Me., 
Feb. 6, 1871. West Point, 1893. 2d Lieut. Art., 1893; 1st Lieut., 
1899; Capt, 1901; Major, 1911; Lt. Col., 1915; Col., 1917; Served 
as 2d Lieut., Light Battery A, 2d Art., in Santiago Campaign; Com- 
manded 18th F. A., 3d Div., in France, May-Aug., 1918, and 51st 
F. A. Brigade, 26th Div., Aug.-Dec, 1918. 

JOSHUA BURNSIDES FOSTER, 1888-89. From Robertsville, Tenn. 

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HOWARD ABBOT LINCOLN, 1888-89. A.B., Amherst, 1892; B.D., 
Andover Theo. Sem., 1904. Born, Skowhegan, Me., July 22, 1867. 
Fellow in Physics, Amherst Col., 1892-93; Teacher, 189.3-95; Chief 
Clerk, R. R. office, 1895-1901; Pastor, Cong. Ch., West Newfield, Dex- 
ter, and Wiscasset, Me., 1904-12; Rochester, Vt., 1912-16; Westford, 
Mass., 1916-18; Case officer, Federal Bd. Vocational Educ, 1918- ; ad., 
Winthrop, Mass. 

HERBERT LINDSAY McCANN, 1888-90.- A.B., Bowdoin, 189-3. Born, 
Rolling Dam, N. B., Sept. 21, 1867. Pastor Cong. Ch., Houlton, Me., 
1894-99; Gray, Me., 1899-1910; Portland, Me., from 1910; ad., 382 
Stevens Ave., Portland, Me. 

HENRY KALLOCH ROWE, 1888-89. A.B., Brown, 1892, and A.M., 
1895; Ph. D., Boston Univ., 1905. Born, Boston, Mass., Nov. 30, 
1869. Teacher, from 1893; Asst. Prof. Church Hist., Newton Theo. 
Inst., since 1906; Author, Landmarks in Christian History, (1912); 
Society: Its Origin and Development, (1916) ; etc.; ad., Newton Cen- 
tre, Mass. 

RALPH WINFRED TOWER, 1889-90. A.B., Brown, 1892, A. M., 1893, 
and Ph.D., 1903. Born, Amherst, Mass., May 24, 1870. Demonstra- 
tor of Anat., Brown Univ., 1894-95; Inst., Chemical Physiology, 
1895-98; Asst. Prof., 1898-1901; Assoc. Prof., 1901-03, Brown Univ.; 
Curator of Physiology, American Museum Natural Hist., New York 
City, and Librarian, since 1903; Librarian, N. Y. Acad. Science, from 
1904, and Recording Secy, and Ed., from 1917; Asst., Biol. Lab. U. S. 
Fish Com., Woods Hole, Mass., 1898-1903; Trustee, New Rochelle, 
N. Y., Pub. Lib.; ad., American Museum Natural History, New 
York City. 

*ALBERT CHARLES WATSON, 1888-91. From Waterville, Me. 
Died, Marovia, Calif., Feb. 24, 1893. 

ROSWELL ALONZO WING, 1888-89. From Livermore Falls, Me. 
Last ad., Livermore Falls, Me. 

OZROE ARLESTER WYMAN, 1888-89. Born, Peru, Mc, March 9, 
1868. Nurseryman, Rockland, Mass. 



CLASS OF 1893 

*WALTER BARRON, 1889-90. Born, Boston, Mass., June 10, 1871. 
Reporter, Boston Herald; Advertising, New York City; died, Balti- 
more, Md., Nov. 20, 1914, aged 43. 

JOHN BUTTERFIELD, 1889-90. From Wilton, Me. 

EDWIN FREELAND CURTIS, 1890-92. From Bowdoinham, Me. 

DAVID JACQUE GALLERT, 1889-92. A.B., Harvard, 1894, and 
LL.B., 1897. Born, Oct. 22, 1873. Lawyer, New York City; Author, 
What Uncle Savi Gives His Fighters, (1918) ; ad., 31 Liberty St.. 
New York City. 



Non-Graduates — Men 1894 

*SAMUEL DEAN GRAVES, 1889-93. Born, St. George, Me., Nov. 6, 
1869. Rockland Daily Stai-, 2 years; Correspondent, Boston Herald; 
Broker, Boston, Mass.; died, March 22, 1910, aged 40. 

OLIVER LEIGH HALL, 1889-92. A.M., 1914. Born, Rockland, Me., 
May 6, 1870. Ed., Waterville Sentinel, 1892-94; Rockland Daihj 
Star, 1894-1900; Staff correspondent, Bangor Daily Commercial, 
1900-06, City Ed., 1906-11, and Managing Ed., since 1911; Bangor 
City Council, 1908-09, and Pres., 1909; Alderman, 1910-11; Trustee, 
Maine State Hosp., 1915-18; ad., Bangor, Me. 

FRANK HATCH, 1890-91. From Saco, Me. 

IVAN CECIL HIGHT, 1889-92. Born, Harmony, Me., Feb. 24, 1868. 
Supt. Sch., Harmony, Me., 1894-97; Assoc. Mgr., Hotel Touraine, 
Boston, Mass. 

HENRY ELLSWORTH HODGKINS, 1889-91. From Lamoine, Me. 
Last ad.. Bar Harbor, Me. 

LESTER COLWELL MILLER, 1889-91. M.D., Harvard, 1895. Physi- 
cian, Worcester, Mass., from 1894; Sch. Inspector; Author papers 
in various medical journals; ad., 744 Main St., Worcester, Mass. 

*SAMUEL SHEARID, 1889-90. From Waterville, Me. Deceased. 

JOSEPH FREDERICK SHEPHERD, 1889-91. Born, Rockport, Me., 
April 12, 1872. Supt. Rockport and Rockland Lime Co., Rockland, 
Me., 1893-1901; Supt. and Vice-Pres., S. E. & H. L. Shepherd Co., 
Rockport, Me., 1901-1907; Salesman, Rockland and Rocl:port Lime 
Co., 1907-19 ; Cement and Concrete Machinery business, Boston, 
Mass., from 1914; Pres. S. E. & H. L. Shepherd Co., Rockport, Mo.; 
ad., 88 Broad St., Boston, Mass. 

EUGENE LINCOLN TORREY, 1889-91. Born, Dixfield, Me., Oct. 12, 
1864. Teacher, 1891-94; Dairyman and orchardist, from 1895; State 
Depty., Me. State Grange, 1905-16; ad., Sunnymede Farms, Dix- 
field, Me. 

CHARLES EDWIN TOWNE, 1889-93. From Saco, Me. 

JOHN FRIEND WOOD, 1889-90. From Bluehill, Me. Last ad., Blue- 
hill, Mo. 



CLASS OF 1894 

MERTON WILMOT BESSEY, 1890-91. M.D., Bowdoin, 1895. Born, 
Buckfield, Me., 1870. Physician, Waterville, Me.; Inst. Biology, 
Colby Col., 1898-1902. 

JOHN ANDREW BLACK, 1891-92. From Westkill, N. Y. 

ARCHIE NORWOOD FROST, 1890-92. A.B., Brown, 1894. Born, 
Lawrence, Mass., July 26, 1872. Admitted to the bar, 1898. Law- 
yer, Lawrence, Mass., 1898-1907; Muskogee, Okla., 1907-14; Law- 
rence, Mass., from 1914; City govt., 1898; Mass. Ho. Rep., 1898-1900, 

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1901; Mass. Senate, 1902-03; Special Asst. U. S. Atty. Genl., 1907- 
1914; Mass. Const. Conv., 1917-18; Clerk Supreme Jud. Court and 
Superior Court Essex Co., Mass., from 1917; ad., 80 Knox St., Law- 
rence, Mass. 

JOHN JUDAH GOODY, 1890-91. Born, Portland, Me., Feb. 9, 1866. 
Lawyer, Portland, Me., from 1897; Judge, Munic. Court, Deering, 
Me., 1898-99. 

WILLIAM ELITHAN GREENE, 1890-91. A.B., Wesleyan, 1895. 
Born, Union Corner, N. B., April 9, 1870. Pastor, 1895-96; Edito- 
rial work and business., 1896-97; Pastor, 1897-1910; Farming, 1910- 
13; Pastor, 1913-15; Business, from 1915; ad., 183 Stamford St., 
South Portland, Me. 

DELMAH SILAS HAMILTON, 1890-91. From Lawrence, Mass. Last 
ad., Needham, Mass. 

FREDERICK HUMBERT HODGE, 1890-91. A.B., Boston^Univ., 
1894, and A.M., 1899. Born, O'Fallon, 111., Dee. 10, 1870. Inst., 
Asst. Prof., and Prof. Math., Stetson Univ., Bethel Col., Clark Col., 
Parsons Col., Franklin Col., and Purdue Univ.; ad., 518 Russell St., 
West Lafayette, Ind. 

*GUY ANDREW HUBBARD, 1890-92. A.B., Trinity, 1894. Born, 
Waterville, Me., April 23, 1871. Teacher, DeWitt Clinton High Sch., 
N. Y. C; died, Dec. 28, 1908, aged 37. 

MOSES BROWN LEAVITT, 1890-91. From Norridgewock, Me. Last 
ad., Los Angeles, Calif. 

CHARLES EDWARD MERRITT, 1890-92. A.B., Bowdoin, 1894. 
Born, Jay, Me., April 9, 1869. Teacher; Insurance, from 1899; ad., 
Manchester, N. H. 

FRANK MORSE, 1890-91. From Dixmont, Me. Last ad., Dixmont, 
Me. 

WILLIAM BICKNELL NOYES, 1890-92. A.B., Harvard, 1895. Born, 
Guilford, Me., Nov. 6, 1871. Teacher, 1895-1901; Accounting and 
office management, 1901-14; Prin. High Sch., Stratford, Conn., 1914- 
16; Stonington, Conn., from 1916. 

VICTOR AUGUSTUS REED, 1890-92. M.D., Harvard, 1897. Born, 
Dixmont, Me., Feb. 12, 1869. Physician, Lawrence, Mass., from 
1898; Capt., M. C, U. S. A., 1918; ad., 22 Quincy St., Lawrence, 
Mass. 

RUFUS WHITTAKER STIMSON, 1890-92. A.B., Harvard, 1895, and 
A.M., 1896; B.D., Yale, 1897. Born, Palmer, Mass., Feb. 20, 1868. 
Prof. Eng., Conn. Agri. Col., 1897-1901; Pres., Conn. Agri. Col., 
1901-08; Director, Smith's Agri. Sch., Northampton, Mass., 1908-11; 
Agt. for Vocational Agri. Educa., Mass. Bd. Educa., 1911- ; Author, 
Vocational Agricultural Education — By Home Projects; also numer- 
ous bulletins, reports and magazine articles. Ad., Mass Bd. Educa., 
Boston, Mass. 



Non-Graduates — Men 1895 



CLASS OF 1895 

*ELMER CLAYTON ATWOOD, 1891-94. Born, Saugus, Mass., July 
22, 1875. Registered pharmacist, Penacook, N. H.; died, Feb. 27, 
1916, aged 40. 

ALFRED COOKMAN BLAKE, 1891-94. Born, Lakewood, N. J., July 
1, 1873. Teacher; auditor; ad., 184y2 Linwood Ave., Providence, 
R. I. 

JAMES ALPHONZO FERGUSON, 1891-92. From Kennebunk, Me. 

THEODORE EVERETT HARDY, 1891-94. A.M., 1915; M.D., Har- 
vard, 1898. Born, Ea.st Wilton, Me., Aug. 15, 1872. Physician, 
Waterville, Me. 

ROBERT VANIMAN HOPKINS, 1892-95. Born, Astoria, 111., March 
14, 1869. Last ad., Denver, Colo. 

WILLIAM BINGHAM NASH, 1891-92. From Cherryfield, Me. Mer- 
chant, Machias, Me., 1894-1904; Pub., Machias Republican; last ad., 
31 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

*WALTER EMERY NOBLE, 1891-93. Born, April 19, 1873. Clerk, 
Waterville, Me., 1895-1900; Travelling salesman, 1900-17; died, Wat- 
erville, Me., July 18, 1919, aged 46. 

HORACE WELLINGTON PARMENTER, 1891-92. Born, Lincoln, 
Me., Sept. 16, 1868. Dental supplies; ad., 175 Ashland St., Melrose 
Highlands, Mass. 

CHARLES EDWIN PURINTON, 1891-94. Born, Bowdoin, Me., Jan. 
19, 1870. Merchant, Augusta, Me.; Common Council, 1898-99; Al- 
derman, 1901-04; Bd. Educa., 3 years. 

SAMUEL ROWLAND ROBINSON, 1891-93. From Sanford, Me. 

HARRY LANE SPRINGER, 1891-93. Born, Hancock, Me., Feb. 8, 
1869. Railway mail clerk from 1899; ad., Skowhegan, Me. 

ALTON FOSTER TUPPER, 1891-93. Born, Oakland, Me., Sept. 29, 
1873. Teacher; Lawyer; last ad., 84 State St., Boston, Mass. 

PARKER MYLES WARD, 1891-94. M.D., Harvard, 1898. Born, 
Linneus, Me., Feb. 15, 1873. Physician, Boston, Mass., 1898-99; 
Houlton, Me., since 1899; Eye, ear, nose, and throat specialist since 
1915; ad., Houlton, Me. 

FREDOLFO OLIVER WELCH, 1891-95. From Wayne, Me. Last ad., 
Fontanelle, Iowa. 

GEORGE HENRY WOODWARD, 1891-92. Born, Winthrop, Me., 
March 18, 1870. Bangor Theo. Seni., 1897; Pastor, Cong. Ch., 
Princeton, Me., 1897-99; South Freeport, Me., 1899-1905; Phillips, 
Me., 1905-07; Farming, Hebron, Me., 1907-18; Pastor Cong. Ch., 
Denmark and Brownfield, Me., 1919- ; Selectman, Hebron, 1916; 
Memb. Sch. Bd., 1914; Author, Guide to Systematic Bible Study, 
(1894) ; ad., Bridg-ton, Me. 



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CLASS OF 1896 

ELMER LINWOOD ABBOTT, 1892-93. From Harrison, Me. Last 
ad., E. Bridgton, Me. 

ROSWELL FRANK AVERILL, 1892-93. Born, Crawford, Me., Nov. 
12, 1871. With Brooks-Seanlon Lumber Co., Minneapolis, Minn., 
1902-1910; Mgr., The Bend Co., Bend, Ore., 1910-12; Asst. Mgr., 
Tidewater Mill Co., Florence, Ore., 1913-15; Supt. Spruce Wood 
Dept, Great Northern Paper Co., Bangor, Me, 1916-17; Mgr. Wood 
Dept., Penobscot Development Co., Old Town, Me., from 1918. 

SIDNEY FRANCIS BAILEY, 1892-93. From Whitefield, Me. 

BENJAMIN RALPH CRAM, 1892-94. Born, Mt. Vernon, Me., Nov. 
21, 1869. Merchant, Mt. Vernon, Me.; Town clerk; Town treas.; 
Seh. Com.; ad., Mt. Vernon, Me. 

CHARLES LAWRENCE CURTIS, 1893-96. Born, Freeport, Me., 
Sept. 3, 1874. Prin. High Sch., Winchester, Mass. 

CHARLES EDWARD DOW, 1892-95. LL.B., Boston Univ., 1901. 
Born, Machiasport, Me., April 24, 1875. Newspaper work, 1898-99; 
Lawyer, Boston, Mass., 1900-12; San Diego and Los Angeles, Calif., 
1913-17; Memb. Mass. Ho. Rep., 1910-11; Red Cross and social work, 
from 1917; ad., Meriden, Conn. 

HERBERT ERNEST FOSTER, 1892-93. Born, Aug. 15, 1872. Ad- 
mitted to the bar, 1897. Lawyer, Winthrop, Me.; Judge Winthrop 
Munic. Court, 1918- ; Treas. Lewiston, Green and Monmouth Tel. Co.; 
Director Kennebec Trust Co.; ad., Winthrop, Me. 

ORVILLE JEWETT GUPTILL, 1892-94. Born, Bangor, Me., July 20, 
1875. Cobb Div. Seh., 1899-1900. Missy., Lewiston, Me.; Pastor, 
No. Chesterville, Brunswick, Steep Falls, Bath, Ellsworth Falls, and 
Deer Isle, Me.; Meredith, N. H. 

ELMER JOSEPH MARSTON, 1892-93. D.M.D., Harvard, 1898. Born, 
Farmington, Me., July 13, 1874. Dentist, Boston, Mass., since 1898; 
ad., 101 Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 

BENJAMIN DONALD METCALF, 1892-93. Born, Newcastle, Me., 
1872. Business collections, Brisbane Bldg., Buffalo, N. Y. 

HAVEN METCALF, 1892-94. A.B., Brown, 1896, and A.M., 1897; 
Ph.D., Univ. Nebraska, 1903. Born, Winthrop, Me., Aug. 6, 1875. 
Inst. Botany, Brown Univ., 1896-99; Prof. Biology, Tabor Col., 
1899-1901; Inst. Bacteriology, Univ. Nebraska, 1901-02; Prof. Bot- 
any, Clemson Col., 1902-06; Pathologist, U. S. Dept. Agri., 1906-07; 
Pathologist in charge. Office of Forest Pathology, U. S. Dept. Agri., 
1907- ; Author many monographs in botany and plant pathology; ad., 
Washington, D. C. 

FRANK LINDLEY HOWARD PURINTON, 1892-94. A.B., Bates, 
1896; LL.B., Univ. Me., 1906, LL.M., Yale, 1908. Born, Limington, 

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Me., March 25, 1872. Reporter, Lewiston Journal; City Ed., same; 
Lawyer, Portland, Me.; Councilman, Portland, Me., 2 years; Alder- 
man, 2 years; Pres. City Council, one year; Author, Evidence, and 
Common Law Pleading; ad.. Fidelity Bldg., Portland, Me. 

LOWELL GRINDALL SALISBURY, 1892-9.3. Born, Somerville, Me., 
Dec. 4, 1874. Last ad., 205 Park PL, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

HARRY LESLIE TRUWORTHY, 1892-9.3. Born, Newport, Me., Sept. 
9, 1875. Bowdoin Med. Sch., 1895; last ad., Newport, Me. 

CLARENCE EDGAR TUPPER, 1892-94. LL.B., Boston Univ., 1896. 
Born, Oakland, Me., July 1, 1871. Admitted to bar, 1895; Lawyer, 
Fitchburg, Mass., 1896-1906; Worcester, Mass., from 1906. 



CLASS OF 1897 

*GEORGE LORIMER BAKER, 1893-95. From Boston, Mass. Physi- 
cian; died, 1909. 
FREDERICK BARTON BRADEEN, 1893-95. M.D., Univ. Penn., 

1899. Born, Orneville, Me., Dec. 19, 1872. Physician, Essex, Conn.; 

1st Lieut., M. C, U. S. A., 1918-19, active service in France, June, 

1918-March, 1919. 
CHARLES LaFOREST CHAMBERLAIN, 1893-94. Born, Auburn, 

Me., Oct. 18, 1869. Newton Theo. Inst., 1908-11; Pastor, Lebanon, 

N. H. 
YUGORO CHIBA, 1893-95. LL.D., Univ. Mississippi, 1910. Born, 

Sendai, Japan, Sept. 13, 1871. Rochester Theo. Sem., 1898; Pastor, 

Tokio, Japan, 1899-1901; Prin. Doshisha Female Col, 1901-04; Pres. 

Fuknoka Bapt. Theo. Sem., 1905-10; Dean, Union Bapt. Theo. Sem., 

1910-14; Pres. Japan Bapt. Theo. Sem., from 1919; ad., Tokio, 

Japan. 
*CHARLES ARTHUR COX, 1893-94. Born, Haverhill, Mass., Sept. 30, 

1876. Died, Haverhill, Mass., Sept. 20, 1894, aged 18. 
ARTHUR JAMES DUNTON, 1893-94. LL.B., Boston Univ., 1898. 

Born, Bath, Me., July 9, 1871. Lawyer, Bath, Me.; Judge Bath 

Munic. Court, 1908-12; Mayor, Bath, 1914-15. 
DeLAFAYETTE FLINT, 1893-96. From Augusta, Me. 
HARRY LAWSON OILMAN, 1893-94. From Fairfield, Me. 
*NEWHALL JACKSON, 1893-95. From Norway, Me. Deceased. 
*THOMAS GOULD LYONS, Jr., 1894-95. From Middlebury, Vt. 

Died, Lowell, Mass., April 17, 1908. 
FRED MORRILL MANSUR, 1893-94. Born, Houlton, Me., Aug._ 10, 

1875. Secy., G. W. Cunningham Co., Hartford, Conn. 
EDWARD SAMUEL OSBORNE, 1893-95. Born, Waterville, Me., Nov. 

29, 1873. Messenger, Amer. Railway Express Co.; ad., 5 Ash St., 

Waterville, Me. 

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HOWARD PIERCE, 1893-95. LL.B., Univ. Me., 1900. Born, Blaine, 
Me., July 17, 1871. Lawyer, Fort Kent, Me., 1901-07; Mars Hill, 
Me., 1907- ; Me. Legl., 1899; Me. Senate, 1903, 1905. 

*CHARLES ALTON STURTEVANT, 1893-96. M.D., Boston Univ. 
Born, Oakland, Me., March 27, 1876. Physician, Somerville, Mass., 
to 1904; from 1904, Manchester, N. H.; Lieut., U. S. A., Spanish- 
American War; Capt., M. C, U. S. A., 1918; died. Camp Devens, 
Sept. 23, 1918, aged 42. 

HERBERT LEWIS SWAN, 1893-95. A.B., Brown, 1897. Winthrop, 
Mass. 

CLASS OF 1898 

ROBERT BETTS AUSTIN, 1894-98. LL.B., Albany, 1900. Born, 
Brooklyn, N. Y., March 26, 1877. Lawyer, 50 Church St., New 
York City. 

WILLARD ASA BATES, 1894-97. From Waterville, Me. Last ad., 
Greenville, Me. 

HENRY HOWARD GUSHING, 1894-97. D.M.D., Harvard, 1901. 
Dentist, Eastport, Me.; Salem, Mass.; Framingham, Mass. 

HENRY RAYMOND DALRYMPLE, 1894-96. A.B., Colgate, 1900; 
D.O., Amer. Sch. Osteopathy, 1906. Born, Nashua, N. H., June 4, 
1874. Teacher, 1900-03; Osteopathic practitioner, 1906-07; Agent 
Educa. publishers, 1907-18; War Camp Community Serv., 1918-19; 
With Community Service, Inc., 1919- ; ad., 1 Madison Ave., New- 
York City. 

FREDERICK RAINEY DYER, 1894-95. Born, Old Town, Me., Oct. 4, 
1873. Admitted to the bar, 1897. Lawyer, Buckfield, Me.; Me. Legl., 
1907; County Atty., 1911-13, and 1916- ; ad., Buckfield, Me. 

ARTHUR LLOYD HOLMES, 1894-96. From Eastport, Me. Shoe 
dealer, Waterville, Me. 

*RALPH HOYT HOUSE, 1894-97. From Augusta, Me. Died, Augusta, 
Me., June 10, 1904. 

GEORGE AUGUSTUS FARNHAM HUTCHINS, 1894-96. From Oak- 
land, Me. Last ad., Rumford, Me. 

EVERETT RAND JOSSELYN, 1894-95. Born, Portland, Me., Aug. 
29, 1874. Merchant, Portland and Cape Elizabeth, Me.; Portland 
City govt, 1899-1902; Overseer Poor, 1902-08; Com. on Fire Dept., 
1899-1902; Selectman, Cape Elizabeth, 1918-19, and Chief Fire 
Dept.; ad., Cape Elizabeth, Me. 

FREDERICK ALONZO KING, 1894-96. Teacher; last ad., Litchfield, 
Conn. 

OSCAR LESLIE LONG, 1894-95. M.D., Baltimore Med. Col., 1898. 
Born, Bluehill, Me., July 27, 1873. Physician, 2701 Eastern Ave., 
Baltimore, Md. 

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Non-Graduates — Men 1899 

GEORGE HORACE LORIMER, 1894-95. Litt.D., 1912. Born, Louis- 
ville, Ky., Oct. 6, 1868. Editor-in-chief, The Saturday Evening 
Post, 1899- ; Author, Letters of a Self -Made Merchant to his Son, 
(1902) ; Old Gorgon Graham, (1904) ; The False Gods, (1906) ; Jack 
Spurlock — Prodigal, (1908); ad., Wyncote, Pa. 

RALPH WATSON McCLURE, 1894-95. From Waterville, Me. 

FRANK WALDO MANSON, 1894-98. Born, Houlton, Me., Dec. 1, 
1875. Managing Ed., Waterville Sentinel, Waterville, Me. 

ERNEST FREDERICK NUTT, 1894-96. Born, Eastport, Me., Dec. 
14, 1874. Newspaper reporter, 1896-98; Bookkeeper and accountant, 
1898- ; City auditor, Eastport, Me., 1904-05; ad., Eastport, Me. 

LEVI THOMAS PATTERSON, 1894-97. Born, Freeport, Me., Oct. 3, 
1872. Shoe cutter, 1898-1906; Post office, 1906-15; Foreman, Shoe 
factory, 1915- ; Selectman, Freeport, 4 years, and 1st selectman, 2 
years; ad., Freeport, Me. 

EUGENE SUMNER PHILBROOK, 1894-97. Born, North Bradford, 
Me., Feb. 19, 1871. Newton Theo. Inst., 1897-1900, and post gradu- 
ate, 1901; Pastor, Belfast, Me., 1901-06; Sanford, Me., 1905-15; 
Augusta, Me., 1915-20; Randolph, Mass., 1920- ; Exec, officer, U. S. 
War Dept., under Adj. Genl. of Me., 1917-19; Pres. Me. Bapt. Educa. 
Soc, 1908-09; ad., Randolph, Mass. 

THATCHER HAROLD SOULE, 1894-95. Born, Freeport, Me., June 
30, 1877. Bowdoin Col., 1895-96; Business; last ad.. New York City. 

DEAN JUDSON TOLMAN, 1894-98. LL.B., Northeastern Col., 1915. 
Born, Harrison, Me., Dec. 23, 1873. Teacher, one year; N. E. Tel. & 
Tel. Co.; ad., 45 Peterboro St., Boston, Mass. 

EVERETT SOMES TREWORGY, 1894-96. Born, Surry, Me., Nov. 28, 
1872. Teacher, 1896-1901; Supt. Sch., Surry, Me., 1898-99; Bangor 
Theo. Seni., 1901-02; Meadville Theo. Sem., 1902-04; Harvard Div. 
Sch., 1904-05; Pastor Unit. Ch., Ashby, Mass. 

CHARLES WILLARD VIGUE, 1894-95. Born, Winslow, Me., April 22, 
1875. Banking, Waterville, Me. 



CLASS OF 1899 

DAVID WASS CAMPBELL, 2d, 1895-96. From Cherryfield, Me. 

GEORGE ERASTUS CORNFORTH, 1895-99. Born, Littleton, N. H., 
March 27, 1876. Cooking, Demonstrating healthful cookery. Teach- 
ing dietetics and chemistry, Detroit, Mich., 1902-05; Washington, D. 
C, 1906; Melrose, Mass., from 1906; Author, Lessons in Healthful 
Cookery (1918) ; Contributor to various magazines; ad., Melrose, 
Mass. 

FRANK CRANDON, 1895-96. From Camden, Me. 

JOSEPH OLIVER EELLS, 1895-97. M.D., Tufts, 1901. Born, Rock- 

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port, Me., Aug. 14, 1876. Physician, Boston, Mass.; Lynn, Mass.; 

ad., Essex St., Lynn, Mass. 
FORREST EUGENE GLIDDEN, 1895-99. Born, Sebec, Me., Sept. 5, 

1873. Teacher, 1899-1902; Invalid; ad., Foxcroft, Me. 
CHARLES ABNER HATFIELD, 1895-96. From Princeton, Me. 
HENRY AMBROSE HOIT, 1895-96. M.D., Harvard, 1905. Born, 

Weare, N. H., Aug. 27, 1875. Physician, Needham, Mass., 1905-06; 

Holden, Mass, 1906-13; Pasadena, Calif., from 1913; Trustee, Pub. 

Lib., Holden, Mass., 1909-13; ad., 1818 Walworth Ave., Pa.sadena, 

Calif. 
EDWARD CURTIS HOOPER, 1895-96. M.D., Bowdoin, 1899; CM., 

London Hospital, Eng. Born, Franklin, Me., Oct. 24, 1873. Physi- 
cian, Fairfield, Me., 1899-1913; Winslow, Me., 1913-. 
*HENRY ALLEN LAMB, 1895-97. M.D., Vanderbilt, 1901. Born, 

Portland, Me., April 14, 1878. Died, Portland, Me., Sept. 17, 1901, 

aged 23. 
*JOHN MUSSEY PLUMMER, 1895-96. Born, Portland, Me., .July 3, 

1875. Died, Portland, Me., July 26, 1904, aged 29. 
VARNEY ARTHUR PUTNAM, 1895-98. LL.B., Univ. Me., 1902. 

Born, Danforth, Me., Oct. 11, 1876. Lumber business, Danforth, 

Me.; Me. Legl., 1903-07, 1919. 
RICHARD CUTTS SHANNON, 2d, 1895-97. Born, Camden, N. J., 

July 30, 1874. Mining, 1897-1900; Bliss Elec. Sch., Washington, D. 

C, 1902-03; res., Brockport, N. Y. 
CHARLES INGALLS SPEAR, 1895-96. From Westbrook, Me. 
FRANK HOWARD STEWART, 1895-96. Born, Cherryfield, Me., Jan. 

22, 1876. Last ad., Cherryfield, Me. 
HARRY SEBASTIAN VOSE, 1895-98. Born, Skowhegan, Me., Nov. 

3, 1875. With H. L. Emery, Dry Goods; Wardwell-Emery Co.; and 

Wardwell Dry Goods Co., Waterville, Me; City Council, 1919. 

CLASS OF 1900 

HENRY WILLIAM CLARK, 1896-98. From Boston, Mass. 
MILLARD EDWIN FITZGERALD, 1896-98. Born, Dec. 9, 1877. Last 

ad., Waterville, Me. 
JOHN ARTHUR FLOOD, 1896-97. D.D.S., Univ. Maryland, 1904. 

Born, Nashua, N. H., Feb. 28, 1879. Dentist, Nashua, N. H. 
HAROLD MORRELL FOLSOM, 1896-97. A.B., Univ. Me., 1901. 

Born, Old Town, Me., April 23, 1875. General Theo. Sem., 1904. 

Rector P. E. Ch., Biddeford, Me., 1904-10; Portsmouth, N. H., 1910- 

14; last ad., Montreal, Que. 
JOHN BERNARD GIBBONS, 1896-98. From Boston, Mass. La.st ad., 

852 Morton St., Dorchester, Mass. 



Non-Graduates — Men 1901 

WARREN FOLLANSBEE HARDY, 1896-98. A.B., Amherst, 1900. 

Born, Blue Hill, Me., Dec. 14, 1878. Reporter, city ed., and night ed., 

The Union, Springfield, Mass., 1901-08; Vice-Pres. and Managing ed., 

The Herald, Decatur, 111., since 1908. 
HAROLD WOODARD HAYNES, 1896-98. B.D., St. Lawrence Univ. 

Born, Old Town, Me., March 28, 1874. Clergyman; ad., Beverly, 

Mass. 
WALTER GEORGE HOOKE, 1896-98. Born, Toronto, Canada, May 4, 

1877. Business, New York City, to 1910; Secy. Committee of Four- 
teen, New York City, 1910-17; Exec. Secy., Natl. Catholic War 

Council, 1917- ; res., Bronxville, N. Y. 
ORRIN ALBERT LEARNED, 1896-1900. Born, Fairfield, Me., Oct. 

15, 1875. Business, Fairfield, Me. 
CHARLES DEARBORN McDONALD, 1896-97. M.D., Boston Univ., 

1902. Physician; last ad., Portland, Me. 
MILLARD LAMBERT PARKER, 1896-97. From Hallowell, Me. Last 

ad., R. F. D. 8, Hallowell, Me. 
ARTHUR CUSHING PEARCE, 1896-97. From Somerville, Mas.s. Ad., 

48 Francis St., Brookline, Mass. 
EDWARD RAYMOND SAFFORD, 1896-97. Born, Lexington, Me., 

Aug. 23, 1876. Provision business to 1909; U. S. Postal Service, 

Boston, Mass., since 1909; res., 57 Cliftondale St., Roslindale, Mass. 
JOHN THOMAS SCANNELL, 1896-99. From Newmarket, N. H. 

Last ad., Newmarket, N. H. 
OTHO HENRY THOMPSON, 1896-97. From Jay, Me. Ad., 123 

Forest St., Medford. 
HENRY FRANKLIN TOTMAN, 1896-98. From Fairfield, Me. Last 

ad., Fairfield, Me. 
ERNEST HOWARD TUPPER, 1896-1900. Born, Oakland, Me., May 

21, 1877. Clergyman; ad., Shiloh, Me. 
ALBERT GARDNER WARNER, 1896-1900. From Hopedale, Mass. 

Clergyman; last ad., Manchester-by-the-Sea, Mass. 



CLASS OF 1901 

WILLIAM JOSEPH ABBOTT, 1897-1901. Born, Rockland, Me., March 
9, 1878. Travelling salesman; Ranching in Montana; Representa- 
tive of Portland Express and Kennebec Journal, Skowhegan, Me. 

AUGUSTUS CORNELIUS BUNEMAN, 1897-99. Born, St. Louis, Mo., 
May 8, 1878. Last ad., Webster Groves, Mo. 

STEPHEN CLYDE DAVIS, 1897-1900. From East Corinth, Me. Last 
ad., Bangor, Me. 

HERBERT WILDER HALL, 1897-1900. M.D., Bowdoin, 1908. Born, 
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Dover, N. H., Sept. 27, 1878. Asst. Phys., Maine Insane Hosp., 

Augusta, Me., 1908-. 
HORACE IRA HAMILTON, 1897-1900. Born, Portland, Me., March 

26, 1879. Farmer; ad., Newton, N. H. 
LOREN MILLIKEN HARMON, 1897-99. From Buxton, Me. 
WILLIAM COLEMAN McCUE, 1897-99. From Berwick, Me. 
FREDERICK WILLIAM NEWCOMBE, 1897-98. Born, Hallowell, 

Me., Jan. 17, 1879. With Union Mutual Life Ins. Co., Detroit, Mich., 

1898-? 
PERCY SNOW PERCIVAL, 1897-1900. From Waterville, Me. Ad., 

85 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 
JAMES ALLEN PRICE, 1897-98. A.B., Boston Univ., 1902. Born, 

Millstream, N. B., Nov. 7, 1867. Newton Theo. Inst., 1902-03; Univ. 

Chicago Div. Sch., 1903-04; Pastor, Sharon, Mass., 1900-03; Demarest, 

N. J.; last ad., New Albany, Ind. 
FORREST ARDELL ROWELL, 1897-98. Born, Elliott, Me., Jan. 1, 

1876. Real estate and stock broker, Boston and Brookline, Mass.; 

ad., 162 Fuller St., Brookline, Mass. 
WILLIAM ANDREW SCHWINDT, 1897-98. From Everett, Mass. 
HARRY ALBERT TOZIER, 1897-99. Born, Fairfield, Me., Aug. 27, 

1878. Asst. Cashier, Amer. Expr. Co., Lewiston, Me., 1901-03; 

Cashier, Rockland, Me., 1903-05; Agt., Rumford, Me., 1905-17; Route 
. Agt., Bangor, Me., 1917- ; ad., 35 Blackstone St., Bangor, Me. 



CLASS OF 1902 

HENRY ALFRED BARBER, 1898-1901. A.B., Boston Univ., 1903. 
From Hancock, N. H. Ad., Framingham Center, Mass. 

EDWARD HOWARD BENNETT, 1898-99. Born, Everett, Mass., Oct. 
24, 1881. Publisher; With Frank P. Bennett & Co., Boston and New 
York. 

JOHN EDWARD CRAWSHAW, 1898-1900. B.S., Worcester Polytech- 
nic, 1903. Born, Worcester, Mass., April 19, 1880. Chemist supt., 
1903-16, Woodbury, N. J., and Pittsburgh, Pa., Explosives Testing 
Engineer, Emporium, Pa., 1917; Pittsburgh, Pa., 1918-; ad., Oakland 
Sta., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

HALL CLARENCE DEARBORN, 1898-1900. U. S. Customs .serv., 
Lowellton and Vanceboro, Me., 1902-06; Clerk, Secy. State's office, 
1907; Teacher and lumberman, Hampden, Me. 

*JOHN PERLEY DUDLEY, 1898-1901. LL.B., Univ. Me., 1908. From 
Mapleton, Me. Depty. Col. Customs; Lawyer, Houlton, Me.; died, 
Oct. 27, 1915. 

WILLIAM FARWELL, 1898-1900. Born, Thorndike, Me., Feb. 21, 
1877. Ad., Thorndike; Me. 

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Non-Graduates — Men 1902 

GEORGE WALLACE FILES, 1898-99. From Fairfield, Me. Ad., 115 
Broadway, New York City. 

EDWARD HOLMES FLETCHER, 1898-1900. A.B., Harvard, 1903. 
Born, Belfast, Me., May .30, 1882. Prof. Music, Simmons Col., Texas, 
1909-11; Oxford Col. for Women, 1911-12; Acadia Sem., Wolfville, 
N. S., 1912- ; Composer of songs, etc. 

FRANCIS HAGGERTY, 1898-1901. LL.B., Univ. No. Dak., 1904. 
Born, Nov. 19, 1875. Law, and college work, Los Angeles, Calif., 
Akron, 0., and Chicago, 111.; Inventor of athletic equipment; With 
Stall & Dean Mfg. Co., Chicago, 111. 

REUBEN THOMAS JOHNSTON, 1898-99. From Portland, Me. 
Physician, 615 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

ROY ADELBERT KANE, 1898-1900. Born, Brooklin, Me., Aug 8, 
1877. Teaching, 1903-08; Editorial staff, Doubleday, Page & Co., 
1908-11; Teaching, 1912-; ad., Haverhill, Mass. 

HERBERT CARLYLE LIBBY, 1898-1900. Litt.D., 1919; A.B., Har- 
vard, 1904. Born, Burnham, Me., Dec. 28, 1878. Editor newspapers, 
1904-09; Supt. Sch., Waterville, Me., 1909-12; Inst. Public Speaking, 
Colby Col., 1909-12, Asst. Prof., 1912-13, and Prof., from 1913; Reg- 
istrar, Colby Col., from 1909; Author, Yarns for Boys, (1909); Pub- 
lic Speaking, (1919) ; Ed., Colhy Stories, (1900) ; Under the Willows, 
(1908); Strong Selections for Public Speaking, (1909); Ed., Colby 
Alumnus, 1917- ; Trustee, Waterville Pub. Lib., 1918- ; ad., Water- 
ville, Me. 

GEORGE WILLIAM McCOMBE, 1897-99. Born, Glasgow, Scotland, 
May 13, 1874. Newton Theo. Inst., 1902; Pastor, Arlington Heights, 
Mass., 1902-07; Hallowell, Me., 1907-08; Stevensville, Mont., 1909-10; 
Fayette, Idaho; Belleville, N. J.; ad., 231 2d St., South Amboy, N. J. 

THEODORE EVERETT MANN, 1898-1901. From Ashland, Mass. 

HARRY EUGENE PIKE, 1899-1902. B.D., Episcopal Theo. Sem., 
1906. Born, Hyde Park, Mass., Feb. 3, 1880. Curate, Tuxedo Park, 
N. Y., 1906-07; Rector, Ilion, N. Y., 1907-13; Hoosick Falls, N. Y., 
1913-. 

CHARLES ALBERT RICHARDSON, 1898-1900. CM., and M.D., Mc- 
Gill, 1904. Born, Jefferson, Me., Dec. 17, 1875. Interne, We.stern 
Gen. Hosp., Montreal, 1904-05; Kings Co. Hosp., New York, 1905- 
07; Physician, New York City, 1907-08; Closter, N. J., 1908-. 

GEORGE STANLEY STEVENSON, Jk., 1898-1900. A.B., Harvard, 
1903, and A.M., 1904. Inst. Greek and Latin, Milton Acad., Milton, 
Mass., 190.3-05; Prin. Coburn Class. Inst., 1905-12; With Lee, Hig- 
ginson & Co., from 1912; ad., Box 52, Hartford, Conn. 

GEORGE ELMER TUTTLE, 1898-99. From East Fairfield, Me. Ad., 
3334 W. Madison St., Chicago, 111. 

HARRIS SPRING WOODMAN, 1898-99. A.B., Yale, 1903. From 
Waterville, Me. Ad., Winthrop, Me. 

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CLASS OF 1903 

lANTHIS ROWLAND BOOTHBY, 1899-1901. Born, Athens, Me., Oct. 

1, 1882. Last ad., Jackman, Me. 
KRISTIE IVANOFF BOYADJIEFF, 1899-1901. From Bulgaria. 
ALLEN MARK KNOWLES, 1899-1901. B.S., Univ. Me., 1904. Born, 

Corinna, Me., June 22, 1879. Structural draughtsman, 1904-06; 
» Asst. Engineer, Erie Railroad, 1906-16; Same, in charge of Bridges 

and Bldgs., 1916-; ad., Arlington, N. J. 
ROSCOE RANDALL PAINE, 1899-1900. A.B., Bowdoin, 1903. Born, 

Ottawa, 111., Aug. 8, 1878. Forestry, 1906-09; Lumber merchant, 

Waterville, Me. 
AUGUSTUS HARRY PIERCE, 1899-1900. Born, Portland, Me., May 

24, 1881. Last ad., R. F. D., Keene, N. H. 
JAMES EDWARD POULIN, 1899-1900. M.D., Bowdoin, 1905. Born, 

Waterville, Me., May 23, 1880. House Surgeon, Me. Eye and Ear 

Infirmary, 1905-06; Physician, Waterville, Me. 
LEON GAMBETTA SAUNDERS, 1899-1901. A.B., Columbia, 1905. 

Born, Armentieres, France, July 31, 1880. Athletic coach and Inst. 

History, Stevens Institute, Hoboken, N. J., 1906-18; Publicity, Red 

Cross, Montclair, N. J., 1918-19; Agt. Provident Life and Trust Co., 

1919-; World's Championship Fly Casting, Madison Square Garden, 

1911; Contributor outdoor articles to various periodicals; ad., 9 

Bradford PL, Montclair, N. J. 
LORENZO EUGENE THAYER, 1899-1901. Born, Waterville, Me., 

March 8, 1883. Mgr. Newspaper, 1905-10; Insurance, 1910- ; City 

Treas. and Collector, 1910-11; ad., Waterville, Me. 
CARROLL HAMILTON WARREN, 1899-1900. From Fairfield, Me. 

Last ad., Boston, Mass. 



CLASS OF 1904 

SETH HAROLD ALLEN, 1900-01. Born, Centerville, Ind., Dec, 1877. 
Lumber, potato, and blueberry business, Columbia Falls, Me.; Chair- 
man Bd. Assessors, 1904-08; Chairman, Bd. Selectmen, 1908-19; Me. 
Ho. Rep., 1907; ad., Columbia Falls. 

HERBERT GOODHUE BOWMAN, 1900-01. Born, Hebron, Me. 
Farmer; Supt. Sch., 1907-08; ad, Hebron, Me. 

BENJAMIN EDWIN BRANN, 1900-03. B.S., Univ. Me. Born, Bos- 
ton, Mass., Feb. 25, 1885. Last ad., Berlin, N. H. 

JESSE DEAN BUCK, 1900-03. Born, Waterville, Me., Jan. 7, 1883. 
' Last ad., Waterville, Me. 

JOHN HARVEY GILBERT, 1900-01. From Monson, Me. Last ad., 
Monson, Me. 

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Non-Graduates — Men 1905 

FRANKLIN LLEWELLYN MERRICK, 1900-OL Bom, Troy, Me., 

July 3, 1881. Last ad., Waterville, Me. 
OLIVER DANIEL MESERVE, 1900-02. From Thoma.ston, Me. Ad., 

347 West 5th St., Peru, Ind. 
FRANK WILSON MOODY, 1900-01. From South Vas.salboro, Me. 

Last ad.. High Seh., St. Louis, Mo. 
CLARENCE GARFIELD MORTON, 1900-01. From South Paris, Me. 

Student, Cornell, 1901-02; Mass. Inst. Tech., 1902-?; last ad.. 

Crystal, N. H. 
HARRY JUDSON NOONAN, 1900-01. From Patten, Me. Last ad., 

Dover, Me. 
ARTHUR WALDEN PALMER, 1901-06. Born, Dexter, Me., Aug. 22, 

1881. Teacher, Haverford Sch., Haverford, Pa., from 1907. 
WILLIAM HENRY PHILLIPS, 1900-01. Born, Hermon, Me., Oct. 8, 

1879. Ad., Bangor, Me. 
ARTHUR GEORGE SMITH, 1900-03. Born, Tenant's Harbor, Me., 

Jan. 1, 1882. Last ad., Boston, Mass. 
ALBERT ANSEL TOWNE, 1900-03. Born, Norway, Me., July 11, 

1878. Prin. High Schs., 1903-14; Garage, Ashland, Me.; Selectman, 

1917-19. 
DONALD STONE WALKER, 1900-01. A.B., Bowdoin, 1904. Born, 

Liberty, Me., Sept. 16, 1881. Real estate. New York City. 

CLASS OF 1905 

*FRANK MERRILL BIGELOW, 1901. Born, Newport, Me., Dec, 
1883. Died, Waterville, Me., Oct. 29, 1901, aged 18. 

WILLIAM RODNEY COOK, 1901-03. Born, South Dartmouth, Ma.ss., 
Sept. 22, 1869. Plumber and mason; Dairyman; ad.. South Dart- 
mouth, Mass. 

JOHN EDWARD HUMPHREY, 1901-04. From Monson, Me. Last 
ad., Syracuse, N. Y. 

HERSEY ROY KEENE, 1901-03. Born, Sumner, Me., Feb. 1, 1876. 
Athletic instructor, Westerville, 0., 1903-06; Railway mail service, 
from 1907; ad., 55 Pleasant St., Waterville, Me. 

COLBY JOHN KITCHEN, 1901-02. A.B., Yale, 1907. Mgr., Western 
Montana Coal Co., Missoula, Mont.; last ad., 1445 Guerrero St., San 
Francisco, Calif. 

ROBERT MORRIS, 1901-02, 1904-05, 1910-11. A.B., Bowdoin, 1913. 
Born, Dolwyddelen, No. Wales, May 29, 1872. Pastor Cong. Ch., 
Skowhegan, Me., 1908-11; Brunswick, Me., 1911-14; South Gardiner, 
Me., 1914-15; last ad.. Wells, Me. 

WILLIAM TIELSON MORSE, 1901-04. From Buckheld, Me. Ad., 
Buckfield, Me. 

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FRANK HERBERT PHILBRICK, 1901-03. M. E., Cornell, 1907. 

MAURICE ALBERT PRIEST, 1901-02. M. D., Bowdoin, 1907. Born, 
Dummer, N. H., July 25, 1883. Physician, Fairfield, Me.; Augusta, 
Me. 

SOLON WHITE PURINTON, 1901-05. Born, Richmond, Me., Feb. 5, 
1883. Banker, Buckfield, Me., 1912-16; Richmond, Me., from 1916. 

ARTHUR ARAD THOMPSON, 1901-04. Born, Bangor, Me., Nov. 28, 
1882. Clerk, M. C. R. R., Waterville, Me. 

PERLEY LELAND WHITAKER, 1901-03. Born, Bingham, Me., Jan. 
9, 1880. Accountant, Waterville, Me., 1903-11; City auditor, 3 
years; Auditing dept.. Stone & Webster, Boston, Mass., 1911-17; 
Hooper, Kimball & Williams, Boston, Mass., 1917-19; Stone & Web- 
ster, Boston, Mass., 1919-. 

ERNEST CARLETON WOOD, 1901-02. From Vassalboro, Me. Last 
ad., Wakefield, Ky. 



CLASS OF 1906 

HENRY WILSON ABBOTT, 1902-03. M.D., Bowdoin, 1908. Born, 
Albion, Me., Aug. 18, 1884. Physician, Waterville, Me. 

FRANK ALTON BONNEY, 1902-03. Born, South Paris, Me., Nov. 21, 
1884. Last ad., Houlton, Me. 

PHILIP LAWRENCE BRADEEN, 1902. Born, South Lincoln, Me., 
Sept. 12, 1879. Ad., Bruce Road, Bangor, Me. 

HAROLD TILTON BRIGGS, 1902-03. Born, South Paris, Me., Jan. 
25, 1885. Peoples' Natl. Bank, Waterville, Me. 

CHARLES JAMES CLUKEY, 1902-03. Born, Dexter, Me., July 30, 
1864. Merchant; ad., 366 Spring St., Portland, Me. 

HARVARD HERSEY CRABTREE, 1902-03. A.B., Harvard, 1907; 
and M.D., 1911. Resident surg., Mass. Gen. Hosp., 1911-14, 1916-19; 
Physician, 205 Beach St., Boston, Mass. 

ROBERT LOVETT EMERY, 1902-04. M.D., Boston Univ., 1908. 
Born, South Thomaston, Me., June 7, 1881. Interne, Mass. Homoeo- 
pathic Hosp.; Res. Physician, Hull St. Med. Mis., Boston, Mass.; 
Physician, 40 Church St., Winchester, Mass.; Bd. Health; Town 
Physician. 

FRANK SIDNEY HAMILTON, 1902-03. Born, North Brooklin, Me., 
Feb. 24, 1884. Mass. Inst. Tech., 1903-06; Mining, Joplin, Mo., 1906- 
09; Statistical Bureau, Joplin, Mo., 1909-11; Real estate, Kansas City, 
Mo., 1911-18; Cost determination, from 1918; ad.. Old South Bldg., 
Boston, Mass. 

FRED ECHFORD HUTCHINS, 1902-04. Born, Lowell, Mass., Nov. 
24, 1883. Farming, printing and milling; ad.. Freedom, Me. 

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Non-Graduates — Men 1906 

*CLARENCE EDWARD JEWELL, 1902-04. From North Shapleigh, 

Me. Deceased. 
PERCIVAL WILLARD KEENE, 1902-06. From Belfast, Me. 
LUTHER MARK LANGDELL, 1902. ' Born, Wilton, N. H., June 12, 

1881. Emerson Col. Oratoi-y; Farmer and auctioneer, Wilton, N. 

H.; Selectman; Depty. Sheriff. 

JOSEPH WILLIAM LEIGHTON, 1902-04. Born, Cherryfield, Me., 
March 13, 1884. Hamilton Col. Law., 1913-16; Teacher, 1906; Post 
office service, 1907-19; Life insurance, from 1919; ad., 16 Kennebec 
Ave., Bar Harbor, Me. 

JOHN N. LEVINE, 1902-03. Yale Univ. 202 Border St., East Boston, 
Mass. 

MILLARD BEAN LONG, 1903-04. D.D.S., Univ. Penn., 1910. Born, 
Camden, Me., Feb. 27, 1881. Dentist, Camden, Me.; Author, Stains 
of Enamel, (1910). 

HOYT NEWTON McCAULEY, 1902-03. From South Hancock, Me. 
Ad., 60 Bennington St., Quincy, Mass. 

ALVAH HOVEY MAYO, 1902-03. From Waterville, Me. 

PETER WOODBURY MITCHELL, 1902-04. Born, Beverly, Mass., 
Dec. 10, 1882. Teacher, Rumford, Me., 1904-05; Plymouth, Me., 
1905-07; Mill work, Windsor Mills, Can., 1907-10; Rumford, Me., 
1910-13; Teacher, High Sch., Bangor, Me., from 1913; ad., 179 Maple 
St., Bangor, Me. 

WILLIAM HUTCHINSON ROWE, 1902-03. Born, Yarmouth, Me., 
March 6, 1882. Druggist, Yarmouth, Me., from 1903; Memb. Sch. 
Bd., 1905-17; Me. LegL, 1917-18, 1919-20; Town clerk, 1917- ; Author, 
Yarmouth Poets, (1914); Yarmouth Personages, (1916); ad., Yar- 
mouth, Me. 

HERBERT EUGENE SLEIGHTON, 1902-03. Born, Elmore, Vt., Oct. 
5, 1882. Last ad., San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco, Calif. 

CLARENCE ALVAH STUDLEY, 1902-04. From North Windsor, Me. 
Ad., R. F. D. 53, Weeks Mills, Me. 

JOSEPH ULMER TEAGUE, 1902-04. Born, Warren, Me., Dec. 10, 
1880. Travelling salesman, 1906-10; Farming, Gushing, Me., 1910- 
15; Supt. Sch., 1913-14; Town Treas., 1914; Teaching, Rockport, Me., 
1915-16; Y. M. C. A. Secy., 1917-18; Cost Dept, Stanley Works, 
New Britain, Conn., 1918-19; ad., 223 Retreat Ave., Hartford, Conn. 

ROBERT G. VAIL, 1902-03. From Hodgdon, Me. 

HAROLD EATON WALKER, 1902-03, 1907-08. Born, Oakland, Me., 
Oct. 8, 1880. Dist. Supervisor Sch., Philippine Islands, 1903-07; 
Capt, U. S. A., Courier service, P. E. S., Paris, France; ad.. New 
Gloucester, Me. 

CHARLES W. WATKINS, 1902-04. From Cambridge, Mass. 

LEROY LEONARD WOODS, 1902-04. Born, Thorndike, Me., Nov. 28, 

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1877. Teacher, Brooks, Me., 1904-08; Wells Beach, Me., 1908-11; 
North Attleboro, Mass., 1911-13; East Milton, Mass., 1913- ; Y. M. C. 
A., overseas service, 1918-19; ad., 486 Beale St., East Milton, Ma.ss. 



CLASS OF 1907 

ALBERT WHITE AUSTIN, 1903-04. Born, Buckfield, Me., Aug. 9, 
1882. Prin. High Sch., Limestone, Me., 1907-08; Guilford, 1908-09; 
Milbridge, 1909-18; Bar Harbor, Me., 1918-. 

NATHAN BISHOP BLACKBURN, 1903-04. A.B., Univ. Mich., 1907. 
Born, Lafayette, Ind., Nov. 25, 1885. Broker, Tulsa, Okla., 1907-09; 
Kansas City. Mo., from 1909; ad., 1321 St. Louis Ave., Kansas City, 
Mo. 

GEORGE IRVIN CALDERWOOD, 1903-04. From Vinal Haven, Me. 
Ad., 62 E St., South Portland, Me. 

GEORGE REED COOK, 1903-04. Born, Burnham, Me., Jan. 23, 1884. 
Last ad., Mapleton, Me. 

ELBRIDGE GERRY DAVIS, 1903-05. A.B., Boston Univ., 1907, LL.B., 
1908, and A.M., 1912. Born, Houlton, Me., Aug. 20, 1877. Lawyer, 
Boston, Mass.; Memb. Maiden City Council, 1914; Memb. Mass. Con- 
stitutional Conv., 1917-19; ad., Tremont Bldg., Boston, Mass. 

LESLIE WILLIS GETCHELL, 1903-05. Born, Rockland, Iowa, Jan. 
6, 1885. Ad., Waterville, Me. 

WALTER ANDREW EDWARD HOUGHTON, 1903-04. Born, South 
Boston, Mass., Feb. 27, 1883. Last ad., South Boston, Mass. 

RALPH HARVEY HOXIE, 1903-04. Born, Fairfield Centre, Mc. 
March 18, 1886. Travelling salesman; ad., Wollaston, Mass. 

MILTON BICKNELL HUNT, 1903-05. A.B., and A.M., Brown, 1909. 
Born, Boston, Mass., March 21, 1884. Grad., Chicago Sch Civics 
and Philanthropy, 1910. Immigrants Protective League, Ci'ic.igo, 
1911; Dir., University Settlement, Toronto, Can., 1911-13; Dir. Hull 
House Boys' Club, Chicago, 1914; Secy., Bd. Recreation, Waltham, 
Mass., 1915; Boys' Club Dir., Hale House, Boston, Mass., 1916; 
Hiram House, Cleveland, O., 1917; U. S. Immigration Inspector, 
Ellis Island, 1918; Y. M. C. A., overseas service, 1918-19; ad., 254 
Harvard St., Medford, Mass. 

GEORGE WALTER KIMBALL, 1903-04. From Hingham, Mass. 

VARD MAYHEW LIBBY, 1903-04. From Waterville, Me. 

RAYFORD CECIL LIDSTONE, 1903-04. From Gardiner, Mass. Last 
ad., Minneapolis, Minn. 

*GEORGE EDWARD McVANE, 1903-05. From Portland, Me. Died, 
1910. 

PHILIP ALGER MASON, 1903-04. Born, Maiden, Mass., Jan. 12, 
1886. Student, Cornell Univ.; With H. Wales Lines, Meriden, Conn., 

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Non-Graduates — Men 1908 

1909-12; I. A. Allen, Architect, Hartford, Conn., 1912-15; Supt. of 
Public Bldgs, and Advisory Architect, Hartford, Conn., 1915-; Exec, 
of War Bureau, 1918-19; Author, History of War Work in Hartford 
and Connecticut ; ad„ Municipal Bldg., Hartford, Conn. 

EBEN EARLE MASTERMAN, 1903-06. Born, Perkins Plantation, 
Me., Sept. 5, 1880. Salesman, with Central Maine Power Co., Augu.s- 
ta, Me. 

RAY SEAVEY MORSE, 1903-05. Born, West Gardiner, Me., Feb. 22, 
1884. Printer, Millinocket, Me., 1905-12; Insurance, Millinocket, 
1912-15; Stock farming, R. F. D. 4, Bangor, Me., from 1915. 

WILEY OLIVER NEWMAN, 190.3-05. Born, Franklin, Me., Dec. 10, 
1881. With Texas Textile Co., Chanmel, Texas. 

FRED MEEK PILE, 1903-05. From Wayne, Neb. Last ad., Ogden, 
Utah. 

LLEWELLYN HUSSEY POWERS, 1903-05. Born, Houlton, Me., 
Nov. 30, 1881. Ad., Houlton, Me. 

FRED WHITNEY COFFIN RIDEOUT, 1903-05. Born, Garland, Me., 
Aug. 22, 1884. With Natl. City Bank of New York, Havana, Cuba. 

AUGUSTIN MILLER ROSS, 1903-04. From Lincolnville, Me. 

JOHN MELVIN STUART, 1903-05. Born, Winslow, Me., June 19, 
1884. Eastman Business Col., 1909. Auditor, Bennett Stodard Co., 
Augusta, Me., 1909-12; Cashier, Atlantic Express Co., Boston, Mass., 
1912; Genl. Storekeeper, Narragansett Elec. Lighting Co., Provi- 
dence, R. I., from 1912; ad., 146 Norwood Ave., Edgewood, R. I. 

ARTHUR VARLEY, 1903-04. From Winslow, Me. 

BYRON ANDREW WRIGHT, 1903-04. Born, Presque Isle, Me., Aug. 
19, 1882. Reporter, 1905-08; Surveying, 1909-12; Prop., The Granite 
City Press, Barre, Vt. 



CLASS OF 1908 

*CYRUS CUMMINGS BLAKE. Born, Wakefield, N. H., Nov. 9, 1883. 
Real estate salesman. New York City; died. New York City, Jan. 5, 
1919, aged 35. 

CHARLES WILLIAM BRADLEE, Jr., 1904-05. Born, Augusta, Me., 
Nov. 4, 1884. Syracuse Univ., 1906-07; Waterville & Fairfield Ry. & 
Lt. Co., to 1909; teaching since 1909; Directeur du Foyer Soldat, 
France, 1918-19; wounded July 14, 1918 at Epernay and Aug. 8, 
1918 at Courville, near Fismes; Contributor to religious periodicals; 
ad., Lawrenceville Sch., Lawrenceville, N. J. 

EMMONS PARKMAN BURRILL, 1904-06. A.B., Harvard, 1909. 
Born, Oakland, Me., April 9, 1887. General Theo. Sem., 1909-12; 
Rector, P. E. Ch., Princeton, N. J., 1912-15; Brockport, N. Y., 1915-. 

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JOHN FRANCIS CASEY, 1904-05. M.D., Columbia, 1909. Born, 
Groton, Conn., Nov. 14, 1885. Gouveneur Ho.^p., N. Y. City, 1909-11; 
Physician, 94 Franklin St., Allston, Mass. 

WINFRED FRANCIS CURTIS, 1904-06. Born, Brookfield, N. H., Oct. 
30, 1884. Last ad., Bordentown, N. J. 

PHILIP HOWARD DUNBAR, 1904-05. Born, Winslow, Me., Oct. 2G, 
1884. Ad., Shanghai, China. 

*DANIEL FORD FLANDERS, 1904. From New Haven, Conn. De- 
ceased. 

WILLIAM EDWARD GOULD, 1904-05. From Milo, Me. Last ad., 
Milo, Me. 

ERNEST LINWOOD GRAY, 1905-06. From Fairfield, Me. South 
Berwick, Me. 

FRED SARGENT HAMILTON, 1904-05. From Biddeford, Me. 

JOHN CAMERON HETHERINGTON, 1904-07. From Sidney, Me. 
Business, Waterville, Me. 

JACKSON ORIN HIGGINS, 1904-05. From Mapleton, Me. 

HARRY LEONARD KILGORE, 1904-06. M.D., Univ. Vermont, 1911. 
Born, Belfast, Me., April 8, 1885. Physician, Belfast, Me.; Capt., 
M. R. C, U. S. A., 1918-19; ad., 97 High St., Belfast, Me. 

ARTHUR WINSLOW LIBBY, 1904-06. From Portland, Me. 

ERNEST WILLIAM LOANE, 1904-06. Born, Woodstock, N. B., March 
13, 1885. Potato grower and dealer; ad., Easton, Me. 

FRED ALBERT LYFORD, 1904-05. From Charleston, West Va. 

*RICHARD ALBERT LYONS, 1904-08. Born, Harvey Station, N. B. 
Died, Waterville, Me., April 20, 1908. 

HERMAN CONSTANTINE MARQUARDT, 1904-05. Born, Water- 
town, Mass., Jan. 9, 1888. Farmer, Waterville, Me. 

FRANK MONTGOMERY, 1904-05. Born, Nashua, N. H., Feb. 9, 1886. 
Clerk and salesman, Hudson, N. H. 

JAMES ROBERT NICKELS, 1904-06. Born, Cherryfield, Me., Dec. 
13, 1885. Teacher, Billerica, Mass., 1907-11; With Amer. E.xp. Co., 
Cherryfield, Me., 1911-18; With Brown Co., Portland, Me., since 1918. 

ARTHUR LEROY OLIVER, 1904-05. From Smyrna Mills, Me. 

CARLTON LYNWOOD OSBORNE, 1904-05. Born, Ft. Fairfield, Me., 
May 20, 1885. Ad., Ft. Fairfield, Me. 

OSCAR WILHELM PETERSON, 1904-05. From Mon.son, Me. Last 
ad., Mon.son, Me. 

HARRY SLEMMONS PHINNEY, 1904-05. M. E., Bliss Elec. Sch., 
1908. Last ad., 153 Lake Ave., Worcester, Mass. 

*EDWARD PAYSON PUTNAM, 1904-05. Born, Lynn, Mass., in 1885; 
died in service, fall of 1918. 



Non-Graduates — Men 1909 

JAMES MARSHALL READ, 1904-05. Born, Chicago, 111., Dec. 16, 

1882. Travelling salesman; ad., Waterville, Me. 
FRANCIS LAWRENCE SEARWAY, 1904-05. Born, Ft. Fairfield, 

Me., March 10, 1885. Univ. Me., 1907-08; McGill Col., 1910-11. 

Civil engineer; ad., Portsmouth, Va. 
♦CHARLES ALCOTT SMITH, 1904-05, 1906-08. Born, Bridgewater, 

Me., May 13, 1883. Merchant, Westfield, Me., 1909-20; Town clerk, 

1918-20; died. Mars Hill, Me., Jan. 10, 1920, aged 36. 
WALTER DELANEY SPEAR, 1904-05. Born, Topsham, Me., April 

19, 1887. Electrical construction, Topsham, Me., 1907-10. Prop. 

garage, Lisbon Falls, Me.; U. S. A., 17 months overseas service. 
JAMES M. STUDLEY, 1904-05. From Warren, Me. 
ARTHUR WILLIAM WEEDEN, 1904-05. Born, New Sweden, Me., 

Nov. 7, 1883. With Underwood Typewriter Co., Boston, Mass., to 

1917; With Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corp., Quincy, Mass., since 

1917; ad., 103 Nightingale Ave., Quincy, Mass. 
SAMUEL EMERY WHITTEN, 1904-07. Born, Biddeford, Me., June 

6, 1887. Wholesale grain bus., Portland, Me.; 2d Lieut., Inf., U. S. 

A., 1918-19. 

CLASS OF 1909 

CYRIL DAY ATHEARN, 1905-07. Born, Waseca, Minn., Dec. 30, 1886. 

Tilton Box Co., Manchester, N. H., 1907-09; Clerk, Boston, and Bath, 

Me., 1909-10; Tilton Box Co., Manchester, N. H., since 1911. 
MAURICE HERBERT BLANCHARD, 1905-06, 1907-08. Born, South 

Gardiner, Me., July 4, 1885. Teacher, one year; Civil engineer, 

1911-13; P. 0. clerk from 1913; ad., Waterville, Me. 
DONALD STONE BRIGGS, 1905-08. Born, South Paris, Me., March 

2, 1887. Last ad.. South Paris, Me. 
EDGAR FREDERIC CALLAHAN, 1905-06. A.B., Univ. of Me., 1909. 

Born, Dec. 25, 1879. Teacher, Rumford, Me., 1910-11; Supervisor 

Sch., Fairfax, Vt., 1911-13; Bethel, Me., 1913-15; Livermore Falls, 

Me., 1915-18; Teacher, Brockton, Mass., 1918; Enfield, N. H., 1919-. 
*ORLANDO MELNOTTE DAYHUFF, 1905-06. From Portland, Me. 

Died, Atlanta, Ga., 1908. 
WILLIAM AUSTIN FLEWELLING, 1905-06. From Calais, Me. Last 

ad., Calais, Me. 
WALLACE WILLIAM FOGG. From Fairfield, Me. Ad., Fairfield, 

Me. 
HOWARD BENJAMIN FOSTER, 1905-06. From Milbridge, Me. Last 

ad., Cherryfield, Me. 
WALLACE EARLE HACKETT, 1905-07. Born, Dover, N. H., June 

13, 1885. Rhode Island Sch. of Design; Harvard Univ.; Inst. 

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Industrial Arts, Tech. High Sch., Providence, R. I., 1907-09; Dir. 
Indus. Arts, Public Schs., Reading, Pa., 1909-15; Supervisor, Indus. 
Educa., State of Penn., 1915-17; 1st Lieut., 315th Inf., U. S. A., 
1917-19; Memb. Com. on Patriotism Through Education, Natl. 
Security League, 1917; Author, Statistics of Industrial Education, 
(1914); Ed., Something to Do (magazine), 1914; ad., 1339 Perkio- 
men Ave., Reading, Pa. 
AUSTIN DIMOCK HALL, 1905-06. B.C.S., Northeastern Col., 1919. 
Born, Westboro, Mass., March 21, 1887. Bookkeeper and account- 
ant; Selectman, Newcastle, Me., 1910; ad., Cambridge, Mass. 

HAROLD FOSSETT LEWIS, 1905-06. Born, Bristol, Me., June 9, 
1884. Mgr., Advertising and Importing Co., New York City, 1914- 
15; With Wood, Putnam & Wood Co., Boston, 1916-18; Advertising 
Mgr., Nelson Corp., Boston, Mass., 1919- ; ad., 62 Thorndike Park, 
Winthrop, Mass. 

CARLTON MANNING LITTLEFIELD, 1905-06. Born, Chebeague 
Island, Me., Jan. 2, 1888. 

NATHANIEL PERCY MERRILL, 1905-09. Born, Dec. 18, 1883. 
Head History Dept., Kingsley Sch., Essex Fells, N. J., 1910-18; Busi- 
ness, 1918-; ad., 188 Bellevue Ave., Upper Montclair, N. J. 

WALTER SYDNEY MORGAN, 1905-07. From Island Falls, Me. 
Last ad., Sharon, Mass. 

CLARENCE RAY PLUMMER, 1905-09. From Hallowell, Me. Ad., 
Waterville, Me. 

THOMAS JACKSON SEATON, 1905-07. Born, Portland, Me., March 
7, 1887. Railway engineering, Merritt, B. C, Can., 1910-14; Auburn, 
N. Y., 1914-16; With The Floyd Cranska Co., Moosup, Conn., from 
1916. 

HARRY TAYLOR TALLMAN, 1905-06. From Richmond, Me. 

*JOHN EDWIN TAYLOR, 1905-07. Born, Augusta, Me., March 14, 
1883. Student, Law Sch., Univ. Me.; Lawyer, and real estate, Skow- 
hegan. Me.; Newspaper work, Skowhegan, Me., 1909-12; Ed. Inde- 
pendent-Reporter, 1909-12; Contributor to numerous periodicals; 
Author, Cy Hains's Sermophone, (1909) ; A Maine Gypsy Hike, 
(1909) ; died, Skowhegan, Me., Nov. 19, 1915, aged 32. 

JOHN DEARBORN WHITTIER, 1905-07. Born, New Sharon, Me., 
July 28, 1885. Dist. Supt. Sch., Brattleboro, Vt., 1910-12; South 
Shaftsbury, Vt., 1912-18; Burlington, Vt., 1919- ; Special work with 
Dept. Agri., Washington, D. C, 1918-19, to promote production, es- 
pecially through .schools; ad., 34 School St., Burlington, Vt. 



Non-Graduates — Men 1910 



CLASS OF 1910 

HAROLD BENJAMIN AREY, 1906-07. From Warren, Me. 

EARLE HARTWELL BROWNLOW, 1906-07. From Danbury, Conn. 

Ad., 72 North St., Danbury, Conn. 
CHARLES RANDALL CHOATE, 1906-08. From Winslow, Me. Ad., 

Care Rogers Feet & Co., 479 Fifth Ave., New York City. 
*HAROLD JOSIAH CROSBY, 1906-07. Born, Dexter, Me., Feb. 11, 

1886. Music composer and arranger. New York and Boston; died, 

New York City, Jan. 18, 1920, aged 33. 
MERLE WILSON CROWELL, 1906-07. Born, Newport, Me., Dec. 28, 

1889. Editorial staff. New York Sun, 1910-15; Editorial staff, 

American Magazine, from 1915; 2d Lieut., Inf., U. S. A., 1917-19; 

ad., 381 Fourth Ave., New York City. 
*GEORGE NEAL DEANE, 1906-09. Born Easton, Me., March 25, 

1885. Died, Waterville, Me., Feb. 11, 1909, aged 23. 

CHARLES EVERETT DODGE, 1906-07. Born, Clinton, Me., Sept. 30, 

1886. Teacher, 5 years; Office mgr. and accountant, Alta Cigar Co., 
South Boston, Mass. ; ad., 26 Mansfield St., Everett, Mass. 

ROLAND LESTER DODGE, 1906-07. From North Islesboro, Me. 
HENRY OSGOOD HARRIMAN, 1906-07. Born, Norway, Me., April 

21, 1887. Accountant; ad., Concord Jet, Mass. 
ELWOOD ASA HOWE, 1906-07. LL.B., Suffolk Law Sch., 1918. Born 

Waterville, Me., Sept. 26, 1888. Chief clerk. Railroad Transporta^ 

tion; Management real and personal property; Mfg. Leather; ad.. 

Care Proctor Ellison Co., Mfrs. Leather, 12 South St., Boston, Mass, 
ALWYNE FRANCIS JEALOUS, 1906-07. Born, Warwick, Eng., Aug, 

31, 1888. Supt. and Asst. Mgr., Rochdale Mills, American Woolen 

Co., Rochdale, Mass.; Selectman, Leicester, Mass., 1915. 
*SIDNEY WINFIELD PATTERSON, 1906-07, 1908-10. B.S., Univ. 

Me., 1914, and M.S., 1916. Born, Winslow, Me., Aug. 17, 1891. 

Inst., Univ. Me., 1914-17; Supt. Farm, Kenogami, P. Q., 1917-18; 

Food Administrator, Orono, Me., 1918; died, Dec. 18, 1918, aged 27. 
RALPH BRIGGS PENFOLD, 1906-07. Born, Island Pond, Vt., June 7, 

1886. Police inspector; ad., 4 St. Lawrence St., Portland, Me. 
HAROLD MONOHON SMITH, 1906-07. Born, Cherryfield, Me., Oct. 

13, 1888. Ad., Groton, Conn. 
CLEVELAND THURSTON, 1906-08. A.B., Bates, 1915. Teacher, 

1915-18; Grad. student. Harvard, 1918-19; ad., Lubec, Me. 
*DAVID TILTON WHITTEN, 1906-08. Born, Montville, Me., May 30, 

1889. Died, Waterville, Me. Nov. 12, 1908, aged 19. 
THOMAS WESTCOTT WILLIAMS, 1906-07. A.B., Bowdoin, 1910. 

Born, Winslow, Me., Aug. 2, 1887. With American Telegraph Co.; 

ad.. Room 801, 195 Broadway, New York City. 

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CLASS OF 1911 

ANDY LEE APPLEBEE, 1907-09.- From Passadumkeag, Me. Ad., 

Old Town, Me. 
ROYDEN VALENTINE BROWN, 1907-09. Born, Clinton, Me., Feb. 

14, 1889. Law Sch., Univ. Me.; Admitted to the bar, 1912; Lawyer, 

Bingham, Me. 
WARREN CLIFFORD GOODWIN, 1908-10. From Grasmere, N. H. 
IRVIN MYRON HOLT, 1907-10. From Clinton, Me. Ad., Clinton, Me. 
JOHN LORING JOHNSON, 1907-08. A.B., Bowdoin, 1911. Born, 

Houlton, Me., June 7, 1888. 
HARLAN RODERICK MACKENZIE, 1907-09. Born, Royalston, 

Mass., Sept. 24, 1886. Y. M. C. A. Secy., Pawtucket, R. I., 1908; 

Fitchburg, Mass, 1909-15; Franklin, Mass., from 1915. 
ARTHUR BRODSTON MERRIAM 1907-09. A.B., Boston Univ., 1912. 

Sgt, U. S. A.; ad., 19 University Road, Brookline, Mass. 
LELAND HORACE MILLER, 1907-08. Born, Benton Station, Me., 

June 3, 1892. Last ad., Fairfield, Me. 
RALPH ALBERT PARKER, 1907-08. From Gardiner, Me. 
CHESTER HANSON PIERCE, 1907-08. Born, Zanesville, O., Aug. 

30, 1890. Cost accountant, Portland, Me., 1911-17; 1st Lieut, and 

Capt, C. A. C, U. S. A., 1917-19; Salesman, 414 Liberty Bank & 

Trust Co. Bldg., Savannah, Ga. 
JOHN CARLISLE RICHARDSON, 1907-08. Born, Brunswick, Me., 

Dec. 14, 1884. Athletic Dir., Brewster Free Acad., Wolfboro, N. H., 

1911-17; Mgr., Home's Garage, from 1917; Priv. U. S. A.; ad., 

Wolfboro, N. H. 
EDWARD EVERETT RODERICK, 1907-08. A.B., Oskaloosa Col., and 

A.M., 1913. Born, Waterville, Me., July 5, 1889. Head Math. Dept., 

East Me. Conference Seminary; Dist. Supt. Sch., Orrington, Edding- 

ton & Holden, 5 years; Dist. Supt. Sch., Belfast, Me. 
JAMES KINGSLAND ROMEYN, 1909-11. Born, Keeseville, N. Y., 

Nov. 6, 1884. Colgate Theo. Sem., 1915; Pastor, Penacook, N. H., 

from 1915; Sgt., 57th U. S. Inf., 1917-19; ad., Penacook, N. H. 
HAROLD EVERETT STACY, 1907-09. Born, Oakland, Me., May S, 

1886. Last ad., 295 Garside St., Newark, N. J. 
HARRY MELVILLE STINSON, 1907-08. From Woolwich, Me. 
LORENZO ERNEST THORNTON, 1907-09. Born, Princeton, Me., 

July 25, 1882. Law Sch., Univ. Me., 1916; Asst. Secy., Me. Senate, 

1913, 1915, 1917; Depy. Secy, of State, Maine, from 1917; ad., 

Houlton, Me. 
FRANCIS DAVID WALKER, 1907-09. M.D., Bowdoin, 1913. Physi- 
cian, North Vassalboro, Me., 1913-17; Lieut, (j. g.) U. S. N., 1917-18; 

Lieut, (s. g.), M. C, 1918-; aJ., Naval Prison, Portsmouth, N. H. 

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Non-Graduates — Men 1912 



CLASS OF 1912 

NATHANIEL BACON, 1908-10. From Norridgewock, Me. Last ad., 

Sanford, Me. 
EVERETT ALGER BALDWIN, 1908-10. Born, North Stratford, N. 

H., Oct. 11, 1888. Engineer; ad., North Stratford, N. H. 
ROBERT SANDERS BISHOP, 1908-09. From China, Me. Last ad., 

Creswell, Ore. 
CLARK BLANCE, 1908-09. M.D., Univ. Vermont, 1913. Born, Pros- 
pect Harbor, Me., Sept. .30, 1886. Interne, W. W. Backus Hosp., 

Norwich, Conn., 1913-14; Physician, Norridgewock, Me., 1914-17; 

Army Med. Sch., Washington, D. C, 1917; 1st Lieut, M. C, 1917, 

and Major, 1918; Commanding officer, Hosp., Ft. Mcintosh, Laredo, 

Texas. 
ALBERT EDWIN CALVIN CARPENTER, 1908-09. Born, Melrose, 

Mass., Jan. 25, 1888. Salesman, 33 Prospect St., Reading, Mass. 
*BARKER GILLIS GATES, 1908-09. Born, South China, Me., Aug. 

26, 1890. Died, May 22, 1909, aged 18. 
HARRY COHEN, 1911-12. From Roxbury, Mass. 
*HARRY LINDSEY CURTIS, 1908-10. From Coos, N. H. Killed in 

service, France, 1918. 
HAROLD EUGENE DONNELL, 1908-09. Born, Mt. Desert, Me., Nov. 

10, 1887. Teacher, 1909-15; Depty. Secy. State, Maine, 1915-16; 

Lieut., U. S. N., special prison reform work, 1916-19; ad., Ports- 
mouth, N. H. 
CLAYTON EARLE EAMES, 1908-10, 1912-13. From North Anson, 

Me. Last ad.'. North Anson, Me. 
COLBY LESTER ESTABROOK, 1908-09. From New Limerick, Me. 

Last ad., Houlton, Me. 
RALPH JAMES FAULKINGHAM, 1908-10. M.D., Bowdoin, 1914. 

Born, Jonesport, Me., Nov. 26, 1884. Physician, New Brunswick, 

N. J. 
HERBERT HENRY GOODWIN, 1908-09. Born, Lawrence, Mass., May 

6, 1887. Electrical salesman; ad., 714 Broadway, East Saugus, 

Mass. 
GUY MANNING GRAY, 1908-09. D.D.S., Philadelphia Dental Col., 

1912. Born, Lubec, Me., March 28, 1890. Dentist, Springfield, 

Mass., 1912; Greenfield, Mass., from 1913. 
FREEMAN KENDRICK HACKETT, 1908-09. From Damariscotta, 

Me. Student, Clark Col; Clergyman; Last ad., Bradford, R. I. 
RALPH EDWIN HAMILTON, 1908-09, 1910-12. Born, Cambridge, 

Mass., March 18, 1887. With Whitaker Paper Co., Boston, Mass.; 

ad., 90 Shore Drive, Winthrop, Mass. 

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ERNEST NIELSON HERRICK, 1908-10. From Brownville, Me. Last 
ad., Cumberland, Me. 

RICHARD PRINCE HODSDON, 1908-11. Born, Yarmouthville, Me., 
Aug. 26, 1890. Prin. High Sch., South Thomaston, Me., 1911-12; 
Production clerk. General Electric Co., from 1913; Ensign, U. S. N., 
1917; Lieut, (j. g.), 1918, and Lieut., 1919; ad., 30 Magnolia Ave., 
Lynn, Mass. 

ARTHUR LINDLEY HORNE, 1908-09. Born, Fairfield, Me., Feb. 27, 
1890. Railroad trainman, 1909-10; Locomotive engineer, 1910-16; 
Millwright, 1916- ; ad., Winslow, Me. 

LESLIE FRANCIS JORDAN, 1908-09. Born, Cumberland Center, 
Me., May 17, 1888. Teacher, Sebago Lake, Me., 1909-10; Dupont 
Pwd. Co., Sebago Lake, Me., 1910-17; Salesman, Loose-Wiles Biscuit 
Co., from 1917; ad., Ellsworth, Me. 

EUGENE PILLSBURY LANDER, 1908-09, Born, Bingham, Me., 
Aug. 4, 1889. Waterville Iron Works, 1910; With J. J. Lander Co., 
Bingham, Me., 1911-17; Supply Sgt., Battery C, 303d Reg., F. A., 
1917-19, overseas service; with Lander Welding Co., Maiden, Mass. 

WARREN GOWELL LUNT, 1908-10. Born, Falmouth, Me., June 15, 
1889. Teacher, 1909-12; Accounting, 1912-18; ad., Cumberland Cen- 
tre, Me. 

EARLE CHANDLER MACOMBER, 1908-10. Born, Dexter, Me., Sept. 
10, 1889. Student, R. I. State Normal Sch.; Prin. Gram. Sch., Wor- 
cester, Mass., 1912-14; Whitman, Mass., 1914-18; Attleboro, Mass., 
1918-. 

JAMES ARTHUR MICHAUD, 1908-09. Born, Hamlin Plantation, Me., 
Sept. 13, 1887. Mgr. Wilson & Co., Caribou, Me., 1912-18; Mer- 
chant, Caribou, Me., from 1918. 

*WILLIAM ALBERT PURDY, 1908-09. From Wilton, N. H. Died, 
Concord, N. H., Feb. 12, 1920. 

MERLE COX RIDEOUT, 1908-09. Born, Presque Isle, Me., Feb. 8, 
1889. Wholesale confectioner, Houlton, Me. 

DONALD GORDON ROBY, 1908-1.0. Born, Bristol, N. H., Oct. 22, 
1889. Boston Univ. Med. Sch., 1911-13; Journalism, advertising, 
wholesale coal business, Maiden, Mass.; Clerk, Assessor's Office, 
1910; Sgt. Maj., 101st Inf., U. S. A., 1917-19; wounded, June 9, 1918; 
ad., 601 Highland Ave., Maiden, Mass. 

EDWARD JAMES RYAN, 1908-09. From Fairfield, Me. 

HAROLD HUTCHINSON SINCLAIR, 1908-09. Born, Bangor, Me., 
Aug. 5, 1887. Salesman; ad., Woodfords, Me. 

CARL RAYMOND SMITH, 1908-09. From Exeter, Me. Last ad., 
Exeter, Me. 

SEYMOUR SOULE, 1908-12. Born, Maiden, Mas.s., April 5, 1891. 
Banking, 1912-13; Wholesale paper bu.s., 1913-14; Publicity, 1914-; 

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Non-Graduates — Men 1913 

Pilot, U. S. Air Service, 1917-18; Inspector of airplanes and motors. 

Bureau Aircraft Production, 1918; ad., Hingham, Mass. 
EMIMONS WILLIAM STAGEY, 1908-10. From Foxcroft, Me. Last 

ad., Shirley, Me. 
ELMER WESTON STUART, 1908-11. From Winslow, Me. 
HAROLD EVERETT TOBEY, 1908-10. From Winthrop Centre, Me. 

Last ad., Winthrop Centre, Me. 
*WILLIAM AUGUSTINE WEEDEN, 1908-10. From Quincy, Mass. 

Born, Oct. 4, 1891. Business, 1912-16; 38th Co., Coast Guard; died. 

Fort Hamilton, N. Y., Oct. 2, 1918, aged 27. 
AUGUSTUS LEIGH WELCH, 1908-11. Born, Hallowell, Me., Oct. 3, 

1889. Grocer, Wilton, Me. 
PAUL ROGERS WYMAN, 1908-09. From Portland, Me. Last ad., 20 

St. Stephen St., Boston, Mass. 

CLASS OF 1913 

GEORGE CHANEY ADAMS, 1909-10. From West Derby, Vt. Last 
ad.. West Derby, Vt. 

CLINTON BARNARD, 1909-11. Born, Johnson, R. I., Aug. 11, 1888. 
Correspondent, El Paso Herald, El Paso, Texas, 1911; Mining, 
Socorro, N. Mex., 1911-12; Ranch and Trading Post, Lincolnia, Ariz., 
1912-13; Hotel Bus., Calif., 1914-15; Asst. to Mgr., Lake Mohonk 
Mountain House, Lake Mohonk, N. Y., 1916-17; 2d Lieut, Inf., 1917, 
and 1st Lieut., 1918; ad. Lake Mohonk Mountain House, Mohonk 
Lake, N. Y. 

NICHOLAS LUTHER -BERRY, 1909-10, 1911-12. Born, Solon, Me., 
April 27, 1891. Student, Lowell Textile Sch., Lowell, Mass. 

SPAULDING BISBEE, 1909-10. LL.B., Boston Univ., 1914. Born, 
Buckfield, Me., Jan. 6, 1890. Lawyer, Rumford, Me., 1914-17; Major, 
U. S. A., 1917-19; Lawyer, Portland, Me. 

NAPOLEON BISSON, 1909-10. M.D. Physician, Waterville, Me. 

FRANKLIN BRADSTREET, 1909-10, 1911-12. Born, Bridgewater, 
Me., Jan. 24, 1891. Merchant; Postmaster, 1916-19; ad., Bridge- 
water, Me. 

CRARY BROWNELL, 1909-10. Born, Moodus, Conn., Dec. 18, 1889. 
Mfr. Cotton seine twine, Moodus, Conn. 

HOWARD OTIS BURGESS, 1909-11. Univ. Me., 1913. Born, China, 
Me., Sept. 7, 1890. Bangor Electrical Co., 1913-17; Asst. State 
Eng., Maine, 1917; 2d Lieut., 56th Pioneer Inf., U. S. A., 1917-19; 
ad., North Vassalboro, Me. 

JOHN CHURCHILL DANE, 1909-10. From Skowhegan, Me. 

CHARLES STEWART DONALD, 1909-10. Born, Quincy, Mass., Aug. 
27, 1890. Univ. Vermont, 1 year; Civil Engineer, Grand Trunk 



1913 Colby College 

Pacific R. R., 1911-13; Pacific & Great Eastern R. R.; Construction 

and location work in Northwestern Canada; Shipbuilding, Calif., 

from 1916; ad., 1527 Verdi St., Alameda, Calif. 
WALTER PRATT ENNIS, 1909-10. Born, Farmington, Me., Oct. 10, 

1891. Clerk, Farmington, Me. 
ROBERT ROSS FERNALD, 1909-10. From Washington, D. C. 
JOHN EDWARD FITZGERALD, 1910-11. From Woburn, Mass. 
CECIL GRAY FLETCHER, 1909-10. D.M.D., Harvard, 1914. Born, 

Madison, Me., May 20, 1892. Dentist, New York City, from 1914; 

1st Lieut. U. S. A., 1917-19, overseas service, 15 months; ad., 527 
. Fifth Ave., New York City. 
CLARENCE MORRISON FOGG, 1909-10. B.D., Newton Theo. Inst., 

1914. Born, Nashua, N. H., Jan. 11, 1886. Pastor, Cherryfield, Me., 

1915-17; Bath, Me., 1917-. 
GEORGE H. FROHOCK, 1909-10. From Camden, Me. 
VICTOR ADELBERT GILPATRICK, 1909-10. Born, Danforth, Me., 

Oct. 25, 1890. Lumberman and farmer, Davidson, Me. 
ROY FREDERICK GOOD, 1910-12. D.M.D., Harvard, 1915. Born, 

Montville, Me., April 10, 1888. Pvt., U. S. A.; Dentist, Sanford, Me. 
CARROLL COBURN GOODWIN, 1909-10. From Skowhegan, Me. 

Last ad., Skowhegan. 
ERNEST CHARLES GREEN, 1909-10. Born, Stratton, Me., Jan. 26, 

1888. Mgr., E. W. Burt & Co., retail shoes, Chicago, 111.; ad., 338 

North Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. 
HOWARD BUCK GREENE, 1909-11. Born, Otisfield, Me., April 30, 

1890. Salesman, 3 years; Farmer, North Bridgton, Me. 
ELDEN DAVID HALL, 1909-10. From Norway Lake, Me. 
JAMES LORD HOWE, 1909-10. Born, Millbury, Mass., May 24, 1887. 

Farming and lumbering, Kingfield, Me. 
LIONEL FREDERICK JEALOUS, 1909-10, 1911-12. From North 

Vassalboro, Me. Ad., Waterville, Me. 
H. FORREST KIMBALL, 1909-10. From Bangor, Me. Ad., 10 Gay 

St., Portland, Me. 
MERTON CLARK LARRABEE, 1909-10. Born, Oct. 8,' 1888. Lum- 
bering and farming, Pittsfield, Me. 
ALBERT EDGAR LEACH, 1909-10. From New Boston, N. H. Last 

ad., Cambridge, Mass. 
BURLEIGH BURTON MANSFIELD, 1909-10. M.D., Bowdoin, 1915. 

Born, Hope, Me., Oct. 22, 1889. House officer, Salem, Mass., Hosp., 

1915-16; Physician, Union, N. H., 1916-19; Health officer, 1917-19; 

Physician, Ipswich, Mass. 
JOSEPH A. MARQUIS, 1909-10. From Waterville, Me. 
*IRA MIKELSKY, 1909-10, 1911-12. From Bath, Me. Deceased. 



Non-Graduates — Men 1913 

STANWOOD IRVING MOWER, 1909-10. From Waterville, Me. Ad., 
Cambridge, Me. 

FREDERICK JONES POPE, 1909-10, 1914-15. From Vassalboro, Me. 
Ad., Vassalboro, Me. 

CHARLES GRANVILLE REED, 1909-13. Born, Masardis, Me., Aug. 
4, 1889. Ballplayer, Eastern League, 1913-16; Lumbering winters, 
1913-16; 1st Lieut., U. S. A., 1917-19; 18 months overseas service; 
ad., Masardis, Me. 

JAMES OREN REED, Born, Deer Lodge, Mont, Dec. 23, 1888. Ticket 
Agt., 0. W. R. N. Co., Tekoa, Wash.; U. S. A., 1917-18; Engine fore- 
man, 0. S. L. Ry., Pocatello, Idaho; ad., 1135 N. Harrison, Pocatello, 
Idaho. 

CLIFFORD JASPER SHARP, 1909-10. Boston Univ. Law Sch., 1914. 
Born, Feb. 11, 1888. Lawyer, Monticello, Me., 1914-17; Brainard & 
Armstrong Silk Co., New London, Conn.; 1917-18; Pvt., Inf., U. S. 
A., 1918; Schrafft & Sons, Boston, Mass., 1919-. 

GEORGE WILLIAM SNOW, 1909-10. From Old Town, Me. Ad., 
Old Town, Me. 

ELWIN AUSTIN SOULE, 1909-10. From South Windham, Me. Ad., 
Alamosa, Colo. 

OWEN PRATT STACY, 1909-10. Born, Oakland, Me., May 11, 1891. 

2d Lieut., U. S. A., 1917-18; ad., 2289 Adams Ave., Columbus, Ohio. 
OLIVER CLYDE STEVENS, 1909-10. From Orr's Island, Me. 
*JOHN McKECHNIE STEWART 1909-10. Born, Parsonsfield, Me., 

Nov. 29, 1885. Died, Kezar Falls, Me., Nov. 29, 1910, aged 25. 
FREDERIC ARTHUR STURDIVANT, 1909-10. From Toledo, O. 
HENRY ALBIM THOMAS, 1909-10. From Skowhegan, Me. 
ROBERT EUGENE WALSH, 1909-10. Born, Danbury, Conn., July 13, 

1889. Clerk, Brooklyn Union Gas Co., 1914-16; Secy, to W. E. 

Hegeman, 1916-18; Warehouse Supt., Mallinckrodt Chemical Works, 

New York City, from 1918; ad., 544 East St., New York City. 

HAROLD NORWOOD WELCH, 1909-10. Born, Revere, Mass., Jan. 22, 
1889. Mgr. Steam Laundry, N. Y. City; 1st Lieut., U. S. A., 1917- 
19; Mgr., Geo. H. Burr & Co., bond dealers, Peoples Bank Bldg., 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

ROBERT PATTON WILDES, 1909-10. From Skowhegan, Me. 
CLYDE HERBERT WITHAM, 1909-10. Born, Weld, Me., Dec. 2, 

1887. Teacher, 1910-17; 2d Lieut., U. S. A., 1917-19; ad., Mont- 

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WILLARD BERRY ASHFORD, 1910-12. Born, Worcester, Mass., 
June 24, 1891. Electrical construction, Panama Canal, 1913-14; 
Refrigeration Eng., Panama Canal, 1914-1(5; Property Clerk, Mex. 
Exp., Mexico, 1916-17; Electrician, Chino Copper Co., Hurley, N. 
Mex., from 1918. 

GEORGE THOMAS AUSTIN, 1910-11. From Boston, Mass. Last 
ad., Lewiston, Me. 

ARTHUR A. BAIRD, 1910-11. From Hartland, Me. 

HAROLD WEST BARTLETT, 1910-1.3. From Auburn, Me. Last ad., 
171 High St., Portland, Me. 

AUSTIN SAMUEL BOUTIN, 1910-11. From Newburyport, Mass. 

JOHN FOREST TEAGUE BRADSTREET, 1910-11. Born, Bridge- 
water, Me., July 19, 1890. Farming and teaching, Bridgewater, Me. 

JOHN SHEPHERD BROPHY, 1910-12. From Fairfield, Me. 

RALPH JOHN BURROUGHS, 1910-13. From Sanbornville, N. H. 

WILLIAM OLIN BUZZELL, 1910-11. From Houlton, Me. 

JONATHAN ERVIN CHASE, 1910-11. Last ad., Bangor, Me. 

ROBERT ELIOTT COLOMY, 1910-12. Born, South Poland, Me., Dec. 
25, 1889. Economist Training Sch., New York City, 1913; Mer- 
cantile Display and Advertising Mgr., Boston, Mass., New York 
City, and Cumberland, Md., to 1917; Merchant tailor, Cumberland, 
Md. 

EARLE HURD DAVIS, 1910-11, 1912-13. From East Wakefield, N. 
H. Last ad., New York City. 

*FREDERICK DANIEL DEASY, 1910-11. Born, Houlton, Me., April 
23, 1888. Bookkeeper, Davidson, Me.; Tax collector, Houlton, Me., 
1912-13; Corp., U. S. A., 1918; died. Camp Deven.s, Mass., Sept. 19, 
1918, aged 30. 

PAUL JEREMIAH DOYLE, 1910-13. From Nashua, N. H. Dart- 
mouth Col.; ad., Nashua, N. H. 

KENNETH BARTLETT DRESSER, 1910-11, 1912-13. From Mil- 
bridge, Me. Ad., Milbridge, Me. 

FREDERICK HAROLD DUBORD, 1910-12. Born, Waterville, Me., 
Dec. 14, 1891. Clothing and shoe business, from 1912; Memb. City 
Council, 1912; Bd. Educa., 1918-20; City Treas. and Tax Collector, 
1917; ad., Waterville, Me. 

VANCE HAROLD FARNHAM, 1910-13. Born, Pittsfield, Me., April 
15, 1889. With Hollingsworth & Whitney Co., 1914; Teacher, New 
Portland, Me., 1915; Winn, Me., 1916; "industrial engineer, U. S. 
Rubber Co., from 1917; ad., 33 Stearns Ave., Medford, Mass. 

JOHN PATRICK FLANAGAN, 1912-13. Born, Bangor, Me., Jan. 18, 



Non-Graduates — Men 1914 

1889. Editorial staff, Bangor Commercial, 1913-18; Depty. Col. In- 
ternal Rev., Bangor, Me., 1918- ; U. S. A., 1918; ad., 151 Parkway 
Ave., Bangor, Me. 

TANCREDI G. GRANATA, 1910-11. From Providence, R. I. Physi- 
cian, Providence, R. I. 

HAROLD RUSSELL GREEN, 1910-11. From Somerville, Mass. 

MYRON ADAMS GRISWOLD, 1910-11. Ph.B., Yale, 1914. Born, 
Wethersfield, Conn., Dec. 11, 1890. Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. 
Co., Omaha, Neb., 1914-15; Hartford, Conn., 1915-18; New Haven, 
Conn., from 1919; Bosn., U. S. N., 1918; ad., 1609 Chapel St., New 
Haven, Conn. 

ORIE LYNN HALL, 1910-11. From East Dixfield, Me. 

WILLIAM LAWRENCE HARDY, 1910-12. From East Jaflfrey, N. H. 

THOMAS ROBERT HENRY, 1910-11. From Sterling, Mass. 

GUY E. HIGGINS, 1910-12. From Presque Isle, Me. Last ad., 
Presque Isle, Me. 

PAUL WEBBER HUFF, 1910-12. Born, Kennebunk, Me., Dec. 4, 
1891. Cost accountant, and electrician; ad, Lynn, Mass. 

CARL EDWARD KELLEY, 1910-11. M.T., Penn. Inst. Mechano- 
Therapy, 1915. Inst, and practitioner, mechano-therapy, Philadel- 
phia, Pa., 1915-16; Teacher, Mt. Desert, Me., 1916-17; Houlton, Me., 
1917-18; Southwest Harbor, Me., 1918-. 

ASA PHILIP KRAMER, 1910-11. From Woonsocket, R. I. 

DANIEL KENNETH LaFLEUR, 1910-11. From Waterville, Me. Ad., 
Waterville, Me. 

ROBERT WILBUR LIBBY, 1910-12. Born, Limerick, Me., May 21, 
1891. Grocer, Limerick, Me. 

ARTHUR L. LOTT, 1910-11. From Union Course, L. I. 

REGINALD ALDEN LOWELL, 1910-12. Born, Buxton, Me., May 4, 

1890. Prin. Albion Howe Sch., Standish, Me., 1914-17; Pratt Free 
Sch., North Middleboro, Mass., from 1918; Memh. Town Com., 
Standish, Me. 

WALTER LLOYD McCOLLISTER, 1910-11. From Lewiston, Me. 
RICHARD SAWYER McCOLLISTER, 1910-11. From Lewiston, Me. 
AUBRA SELDBN McDOUGAL, 1910-11. From Fort Fairfield, Me. 

Ad., Waterville, Me. 
PERCY E. McGARY, 1910-11. From Houlton, Me. Ad., 523 West 

121st St., New York City. 
*DONALD McGUFFIE, 1910-12. From Stonington, Me. Died, Aug. 

25, 1914. 
HARVEY WILLIAM MAYO, 1910-13. From Islesford, Me. Last ad., 

Castine, Me. 
GEORGE EMORY MOORE, 1910-11. Born, Providence, R. I., Feb. 16, 

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1891. Bank clerk, 1913-17; 2d Lieut., Inf., U. S. A., 1917-18; Bank 
clerk, 1919; Auditor, Land Office, Sante Fe, New Mex., 1919-. 

*MURRAY ALEXANDER MORGAN, 1910-11, 1912-14. Born, Hart- 
land, N. B., April 2, 1889. 5th Co., 11th Reserve Bat., Princess 
Patricia's Canadian Light Inf., 1914-16; killed at Verdun between 
June 2d and 4th, 1916, aged 27. 

FRANCIS DOMINIC NARDINI, 1910-13. Born, Charlestown, Mass., 
Oct. 20, 1888. Restaurant and bakery, Concord, N. H. 

CARLETON EMERTON NASON, 1910-11. Born, Aug. 16, 1890. 
Harvard Dental Sch., 1914-17; Dentist, Everett, Mass. 

GEORGE GETCHELL NEWTON, 1910-11. Born, Skowhegan, Me., 
June 20, 1892. With Worcester, Mass., Telegram, 191.3-16; Editorial 
work, American Optical Co., Southbridge, Mass., and office work, 
1916-17; With Milford, Mass., Journal, 1917-18; With Worcester, 
Mass., Gazette, from 1918. 

WALTER MAYO PAYSON, 1910-12. Born, South Hope, Me., Nov. 3, 

1892. Law Sch., Univ. Me., 1915-17; Teacher, 1912-15; Lawyer, 
1918- ; Priv., Inf., U. S. A., 1918-19; ad., 503 Fidelity Bldg., Portland, 
Me. 

JAMES HANFORD PHAIR, 1910-13. From Limestone, Me. 

JOHN FRANKLIN PINEO, 1910-12. B.H., Springfield Y. M. C. A. 
Col., 1914. Born, Kennebunk, Me., Sept. 30, 1890. Supt. Boys' Club, 
Old Lyme, Conn., 1914-16; Boys' Work Secy., Y. M. C. A., Butler, Pa., 
1916-18; Exec. Secy., Homewood-Brushton Branch, Y. M. C. A., 
Pittsburgh, Pa., 1918-. 

CHARLES DRUMMOND ROBINSON, 1910-13. From Winslow, Me. 
Last ad., Winslow, Me. 

FRED WILLIAM ROWELL, 1910-12. Born, South Thomaston, Me., 
Sept. 3, 1890. Asst. Sales Mgr., Loose-Wiles Biscuit Co., Boston, 
Mass., 1912-14; Travelling salesman, from 1914; 2d Lieut. R. M. A., 
14 months in air service, 1918-19; ad., Norway, Me. 

JAMES E. SHEPARD, JR., 1910-11. From New London, N. H. 

RALPH WASHINGTON SILVER, 1910-12. From Brewster, Ma.«;s. 
Last ad., 1254 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. 

HENRY CLARENDON SIMMONS, 1910-11. From Union, Me. 

EDWARD ADELARD SIMONEAU, 1910-11. A.B., Central Univ., 
1915, and A.M., 1917. Born, Ware, Mass., Oct. 7, 1884. Supt. Sch.; 
ad., Rowland, Me. 

HARRY BAILEY SMITH, 1910-11. Born, Woodland, Me., Oct. 1, 1891. 
Automobile and tractor salesman, 1916-18; Potato grower and gen- 
eral farmer, from 1918; ad., R. F. D. 3, Presque Isle, Me. 

PETER SILVER SMITH, 1910-11. From Hartford, Conn. 

HENRY L. SPEARIN, 1910-11. From Fort Fairfield, Me. 

LYLE PERRY STANLEY, 1910-12. Born, South Boston, Mass., Oct. 

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7, 1892. Pvt., U. S. A., 12 months with A. E. F. in France; With 

Hollingsworth & Whitney Co.; ad., 71 Benton Ave., Waterville, Me. 
•CLARENCE HALL TAPLEY, 1910-11. Born, Ellsworth, Me., June 10, 

1892. Bowdoin Col., 1911-13; Fire insurance inspector and adjuster; 

Ellsworth, Me., 1913-15; Greensboro, N. C, 1916-19. 
ROLAND TYLER, 1910-11. From Maiden, Mass. 
HARRY ELLSWORTH UMPHREY, 1910-12. Born, Washburn, Me., 

Oct. 3, 1894. Grower and shipper of potatoes; ad., Washburn, Me. 
CLARENCE BLISS WASHBURN, 1910-12. Born, Brockton, Mass., 

June 11, 1885. Farmington State Normal Sch., 1913; Teacher and 

farmer from 1913; ad.. Pine Point Farm, Litchfield, Me. 
HENRY AUGUSTUS WEIR, 1910-12. From Spring Valley, N. Y. 

Last ad., Spring Valley, N. Y. 
*LINVILL FRANCIS WHITMORE, 1910-15. Born, Belfast, Me., June 

17, 1890. Died, Belfast, Me., March 4, 1920, aged 29. 
DON JOHN WHITNEY, 1910-14. From Norway, Me. 
WINTHROP WINSLOW, 1910-11. Born, Saco, Me., Jan. 25, 1893. U. 

S. Naval Acad., 1915. Lieut., U. S. N.; ad., Portland, Me. 



CLASS OF 1915 

PUTNAM PERLEY BICKNELL, 1911-12. Born, Rockland, Me., Sept. 
16, 1891. Ad., Eliot, Me. 

EARLE ATKINS CARPENTER, 1911-13. Born, Concord, N. H., 
March 17, 1891. Dartmouth Col. Ad., 90 Centre St., Concord, N. H. 

RALPH SOUTHWORTH COLLINS, 1911-12. From Belfast, Me. 

RAE VOLNEY COMERFORD, 1911-12. From Barre, Mass. 

ARTHUR JEREMIAH CRATTY, 1911-12. LL.B.,Boston Univ., 1918. 
Born, Waterville, Me., April 3, 1891. U. S. Naval Aviation, 1918-19; 
Lawyer, Waterville, Me. 

ELIAS PIKE COLLINS CURRIER, 1911-12. From Amesbury, Mass. 

ROBERT ROMEO DECORMIER, 1911-12. Born, Wcstbrook, Me., 
Feb. 4, 1893. Sloyd Training Sch., 1912-13; Teacher, Southington, 
Conn., 1912-18; Brooklyn, N. Y., 1918-. 

LEANDER ALFRED DOLE, 1911-12. From Sebago Lake, Me. 

HAROLD HIRAM DUNHAM, 1911-13. Born, North Paris, Me., Feb. 
1, 1893. Retail shoe bus., West Paris, Me., to 1916; With Dunham 
Bros. Co., wholesale shoe dealers, Brattleboro, Vt., from 1916; Mate- 
rial clerk, Portland Ship Ceiling Co., Portland, Me., 1918-19; ad., 
Brattleboro, Vt. 

THOMAS WEBSTER FARNSWORTH, 1911-12. B.S., Worcester Poly- 
technic Inst. Ad., 346 Fairfield Ave., Hartford, Conn. 

AVERY MEADER FIDES, 1911-12. B.S., Univ. Me., 1917. Born, 

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Orr's Island, Me., Aug. 30, 1893. Commissioned officer, U. S. N. R. 
F., 1917-. Last ad., Key West, Fla. 

CLARENCE LESTER FOSS, 1911-13. Born, South Berwick, Me., 
May 8, 1891. Carnegie Inst. Tech., 1916-17; Director of printing, 
Rochester Times-Union; ad., 66 Pavilion St., Rochester, N. Y. 

GEORGE CURTIS FOSTER, 1911-14. Born, Peterboro, N. H., April 
2, 1893. Insurance; last ad., Memphis, Tenn. 

JOHN RALPH HAMEL, 1911-12. A.B., Bowdoin, 1915. Born, Port- 
land, Me., April 12, 1892. Bowdoin Med. Sch., 1914-. 

RAFE NELSON HATT, 1911-13. M.D., Tufts, 1918. Born, West 
Paris, Me., Nov. 11, 1889. Orthopedic House Officer, Mass. Genl. 
Hosp., 1918-19; 1st Lieut., M. C, U. S. A., 1918; Physician; last ad., 
West Paris, Me. 

VERNON I. EIGHT, 1911-12. From Caribou, Me. 

*ARCHIE COLBY HODGDON, 1911-12. B.S., Boston Univ., 191.5. 
Born, Lakeport, N. H., May 29, 1893. With General Chemical Co., 
1915-18; died, Newell, Pa., Sept. 10, 1918, aged 35. 

HAROLD EUGENE HODGKINS, 1911-12. B.S., Univ. Me., 1915. 
Born, Eastport, Me., July 29, 1892. Clerk, Stone & Web.ster, 1915- 
16; Northern Texas Traction Co., 1916-17; Chief clerk to Mgr., same, 
1917-19; Purchasing agt., same, 1919- ; ad., Fort Worth, Texas. 

*ROBERT ALLEN HOWARD, 1911-13. From Mansfield, Mass. 
Drowned, Greenwood Lake, West Mansfield, Mass., Sept. 14, 1914. 

RALPH WILLIAM HOYT, 1911-12. From Waterville, Me. 

CHARLES HANSON JONES, 1911-14. Born, Skowhegan, Me., Oct. 
18, 1892. Asst. Night Ed., Kennebec Journal, Augusta, Me., 1914- 
15; Western Mass. Ed., and Telegraph Ed., Springfield Republican, 
Springfield, Mass., 1915-18; Pvt., U. S. A., 1918; Ed., Philadelphia 
Inquirer, Philadelphia, Pa., 1919-. 

LAWRENCE LEO KANE, 1911-12. From Bath, Me. 

J. ALFRED LAMBERT, 1911-12. From Waterville, Me. 

ROBERT McGUFFIE, 1911-12. From Stonington, Me. 

JAMES EDWARD McMAHON, 1911-12. Born, Portland, Me., Aug. 
13, 1891. Reporter and City Ed., Waterville Morning Sentinel, 1912- 
17; Sgt. Maj., 103d Inf., U. S. A., 1917-19; Asst. Supervisor, 3d Me. 
Dist., Bureau Census, 1919- ; ad., Waterville, Me. 

FRANKLIN ALBERT MARSH, 1911-12. Born, Highgate, Vt., Jan. 
10, 1893. Ad., Oakland, Me. 

JOSEPH HILL MOORE, 1911-13. Born, St. Johnsbury, Vt., Jan. 4, 
1891. Clerk, Western Maryland Ry.; Export, N. Y. City; Aviator, 
U. S. A.; Travelling salesman, 'National Biscuit Co.; ad., St. Johns- 
bury, Vt. 

FRANK PIERCE MURPHY, 1911-12. Born, Whitefield, N. H., March 
1, 1890. Civil Engineer, Winnepeg, Man., 1913-14; Portland, Me., 

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1914-17; Cost acct, Amarillo, Tex., 1917-18; Pvt., 29th Engineers, 
U. S. A., 1918-19; ad., Bartlett, N. H. 

GEORGE WILLIAM NEEDHAM, 1911-13. Prom Topsfleld, Mass. 

LESTER DUNBAR PATTERSON, 1911-12. Born, Winslow, Me., June 
.18, 1893. Hollingsworth & Whitney Co., 1912-17; Price Bros., 
Kenoganii, P. Q., 1917-18; U. S. N. A., 1918-19; ad., Winslow, Me. 

RAYMOND EUGENE PLAISTED, 1911-13. From Sanford, Me. Ad., 
276 South Main St., Akron, 0. 

BERNARD GILBERT PRIESTLY, 1911-12. Born, Somersworth, N. 
H., Jan. 24, 1893. Reporter, Boston Post, 1912-15. Same, Record, 
Meriden, Conn., 1916; Reporter, and copy ed., Boston Herald, from 
1917; Author articles and short stories in various periodicals; ad., 
43 Edith St., Everett, Mass. 

HIRAM RICKER, Jr., 1911-14. Born, South Poland, Me., March 24, 
1889. Hotel and spring water bus., South Poland, Me. 

RALPH DAVIS RIVERS, 1911-12. From Tenant's Harbor, Me. 

HANS HERBERT ROHRBACH, 1913-14. From Berlin, Germany. 

J. BERNARD ROOT, 1911-12. From Wichita, Kans. Ad., 22 Berwick 
Park, Boston, Mass. 

BENJAMIN STUART ROSE, 1911-12. From Cambridge, Mass. Last 
ad., Framingham, Mass. 

ELBRIDGE LORD SCRIBNER, Jr., 1911-12. Born, Bradford, Me., 
July 25, 1893. Harvard Dental Sch., 1912-13; Clerk, 1914; Time- 
keeper, Great Northern Paper Co., 1915-16; Clerk, 1917; Auditor, 
1918-19; ad., Newport, Me. 

CHELLIS VIELLE SMITH, 1911-12. B.D., Newton, 1916. Born, 
Deerfleld, N. H., March IS, 1887. Pastor, Plaistow, N. H., 1912-17 
'Somerville, Mass., 1917- ; Bd. Educa., Plaistow, N. H., 1912-17 
Chaplain, N. H. Genl. Court, 1917-19; Chaplain, U. S. A., 1918-19 
ad., 20 Brastow Ave., Somerville, Mass. 

ALLEN FAIRFIELD STOUGHTON, 1911-12. From Whitefield, N. H. 

HALBERT KINNIE STRUTHERS, 1911-13. From Upton, Mass. 

CARL HENRY TAYLOR, 1911-13. Born, Lynn, Mass., July 29, 1890. 
Mfr. Paper Box Machinery; Capt. U. S. A., 2 years; ad., 164 Dana 
Ave., Hyde Park, Mass. 

ERNEST AMBROSE TRITES, 1911-12. Born, Moncton, N. B., Sept. 
24, 1874. Newton Theo. Inst., 1912-13; Pastor, Manset, Me., 1909- 
11; Lowell, Mass., 1913-18; Hartland, N. B., 1918-. 

JOHN H. TRITES, 1911-12. Born, Moncton, N. B., Dec. 20, 1882. 
Boston Univ., 1912-13; Pastor, Norridgewock, 1913-17; Washburn, 
Me., 1917-. 

LESLIE LEE WARD, 1911-12. From Waterville, Me. 

ERNEST WHITEFIELD WARREN, 1911-13. From Caribou,'M7 

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ASHLEY PLUMMER WHIPPLE, 1911-12. Born, Bristol, N. H., 

April 16, 1891. With Dodge-Davis Mfg. Co., Bristol, N. H.; Sgt. 

303d F. A., U. S. A., 9V2 months overseas; ad., Bristol, N. H. 
EARL MILTON WOODWARD, 1911-13, 1914-15. B.S., Dartmouth, 

1917. Born, Jonesport, Me., Nov. 14, 1891. Sub-master, High Sch., 

So. Portland, Me., 1917-18; Woburn, Mass., 1918-. 



CLASS OF 1916 

ARTHUR RAYMOND AYER, 1912-13. Born, Lawrence, Mass., 
March 1, 1891. Springfield Col., 1913-14; Physical Dir., Concord, N. 
H., West Palm Beach, Fla., Northfield, Vt., and Holyoke, Ma.ss.; 
Chief Bosn's Mate, U. S. N. R. F.; last ad., Lawrence, Mass. 

DONALD STEARNS BARTLETT, 1912-14. D.D.S., Univ. Louisville, 
1918. Born, Fryeburg, Me., Dec. 22, 1893. Pvt., U. S. A.; Dentist, 
South Paris, Me. 

WILBUR FRENCH BERRY, Jr., 1912-14. From Waterville, Me. l.st 
Lieut. Inf., U. S. A.; ad., R. F. D. 39, Waterville, Me. 

BURTON BYRON BLAISDELL, 1912-16. From New Harbor, Me. 

DAVID CAREY BRUSH, 1912-13. From Vineyard Haven, Mass. 

LOREN FRANK CARTER, 1912-13. M.D., Bowdoin, 1917. Born, 
Jan. 3, 1892. 2d Lieut., M.C., U. S. A., 1918-19; ad., Bradley, Me. 

KENYON FIELD CHAMBERLAIN, 1912-14. Born, Cornwall, Conn., 
July 12, 1893. Columbia Univ., 1914-15; Experimental work on 
citrus fruits, Mecca, Calif., 1915-16; Mgr. dairy farm, Modesto, 
Calif., 1916-18; Asst. Entomologist, Conn. Agr. Exp. Sta., New 
Haven, Conn., 1918-. 

RALPH WARREN CHESMAN, 1912-13. From Woodsville, N. Bf. 

PHILIP GOULDING CURTIS, 1912-14. Born, Jamaica Plain, Mass., 
July 8, 1893. Ensign, U. S. N., 1917-19; Wool bus.; ad., 1165 Com- 
monwealth Ave., AUston, Mass. 

WILLIAM WALLACE EUSTIS, 1912-14. From Dixfield, Me. U. S. N. 

EROLD ROBERT FARRAR, 1912-14. From Monson, Me. Last ad., 
Norridgewock, Me. 

WILLIAM HENRY GAYLORD, 1912-13. From South Hadley, Mass. 
Corp., F. A., U. S. A. 

RALPH HAROLD GILLMORE, 1912-14. From Concord, N. H. 

HERMAN OREN GOFFIN, 1912-15. Born, Sept. 27, 1890. Estimat- 
ing Engineer, 1916-17; Life Ins., 1917- ; ad., 64 Montreal St., Port- 
land, Me. 

RHONELLO CONANT HACKETT, 1912-13. From Pittsfield, Me. 
Last ad., Waterville, Me. 

SAMUEL JESSE HARTLEY, 1912-13. Born, Bridgewater, Me., March 

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30, 1893. Farming, Bridgewater, Me., 1913-17, 1918- ; Depty. Col. 
Customs, Holeb, Me., 1917-18; Selectman, Bridgewater, Me., 1916-18; 
ad., Bridgewater, Me. 

ASHER ESTEY HINDS, 1912-13. A.B., Harvard, 1919. Born, Port- 
land, Me., May 16, 1894. Pvt, Inf., U. S. A.; last ad., Woodfords, Me. 

ROY CLIFFORD HURD, 1912-15. Born, Bangor, Me., July 6, 1892. 
Reporter, Bangor Daily Commercial, 1915-17; Staff, Boston Trans- 
cript, 1917-. 

RALPH LEWIS KIMBALL, 1912-13. From Oakland, Me. 

DONALD SWETT KNOWLTON, 1912-14. Born, Fairfield, Me., Sept. 
6, 1893. Yale Med. Sch., 1915; Tufts Med. Sch., 1916-17; Base 
Hosp. No. 44, A. E. F.; Field Hosp. 72; ad., Fairfield, Me. 

PERLEY WISE LANE, 1912-13. From Milford, Mass. 

WILLIAM JOSEPH LARKIN, 1912-13. From Waterville, Me. Pvt. 
Inf., U. S. A.; ad., Waterville, Me. 

EUGENE PERCIVAL LOWELL, 1912-13, 1914-15. From South Paris, 
Me. Last ad.. West Paris, Me. 

JOHN FRANCIS LOWNEY, 1912-15. From Roxbury, Mass. Pvt., 
Inf., U. S. A.; last ad., 6 Oswald Place, Roxbury, Mass. 

HUGH GORDON McKAY, 1912-13. M.D., Tufts, 1917. Born, How- 
land, Me., Aug. 14, 1891. Hosp. Interne, 1917-18; 1st Lieut., M. C, 
U. S. A., 1918-. 

WILLIAM HENRY MEANIX, 1912-13. B.S., Harvard, 1917. Born, 
Boston, Mass., Jan. 18, 1892. 1st Lieut., Inf., U. S. A.; Shoe bus.; 
ad., 36 Evergreen St., Roxbury, Mass. 

♦ALEXANDER GRAY MILLER, 1912-14. From Long Cove, Me. 
Teacher; died, March 20, 1916. 

ARTHUR JOSEPH MINISTER, 1912-13, 1916-17. From Gardiner, Me. 

ASA ALEXANDER MORRISON, 1912-14. B.D., Newton Theo. Inst., 
1917. Born, Lempster, N. H., Sept. 6, 1883. Pastor, Plaistow, N. 
H., 1917- ;Bd. Educa., 1918-19; Probation officer, 1918- ; ad., Plaistow, 
N. H. 

LESTER FORREST MORSE, 1912-14. From Middleboro, Mass. 

ALBERT MOULTON, 1912-15. B.S. in C. E., Clarkson, 1918. Born, 
New Haven, Conn., Feb. 21, 1895. Inspector of construction, Navy 
Yard, Portsmouth, N. H., 1918; With Harry A. Wood, contractor, 
Portsmouth, N. H., 1918-19; Civil engineer; ad., South Eliot, Me. 

LEWIS KEITH MURCHIE, 1912-14. From Concord, N. H. 

WILLIAM S. NAGLE, 1912-13. B.S., Dartmouth, 1916. From Brook- 
line, Mass. Last ad., Brookline, Mass. 

ROGER AUSTIN NYE, 1912-13. Born, Fairfield, Me., March 16, 1893. 
Garage worker, 1916; L. A. & W. St. Ry., 1917; Clerk, State Hosp., 
Augusta, Me., 1917-19; Asst. Mgr., Colonial Theatre, Augusta, Me., 
1919-. 

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MALCOLM BRYAN O'BRIEN, 1912-14. Teacher, Oak Grove Semi- 
nary; Leicester, Mass., Acad.;, Deering Higli Sell.; ad.. Prospect Hill, 
South Portland, Me. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON PUTNAM, 1912-13. Born, Presque Isle, 
Me., Aug. 2, 1892. Brakenian and Farmer; Pvt. 2d Me. Inf., 1917; 
Corp., and Sgt., 1918; 18 months service overseas; ad.. Fort Fair- 
field, Me. 

CHARLES WENTWORTH RICKER, 1912-13. Born, South Poland, 
Me., Dec. 11, 1891. Asst. Treas., Hiram Ricker & Sons; Me. Legl., 
1919; ad., South Poland, Me. 

ARTHUR WOOD ROBBINS, 1912-13. From New London, N. H. La.st 
ad., 10 Chester St., Maiden, Mass. 

ISRAEL ELIS RUDMAN, 1912-13. From Bangor, Me. 

PAUL NORTON RUSSELL SHAILER, 1912-15. From Chester, Conn. 
Last ad., Chester, Conn. 

SEYMORE SMITH, 1912-14. From Norway, Me. 

EARLE RAYMOND STEEVES, 1912-14. Born, Fairfield, Me. Y. M. 
C. A., war service. Camp Devens; M. E. Clergyman, Gray, Me. 

DONALD MCMILLAN STROUT, 1912-13. From Milbridge, Me. 

GEORGE FRANCIS STURTEVANT, 1912-13. B.D., Newton Theo. 
Inst., 1916. Born, Aug. 2, 1886. Pastor, West Somerville, Mass., 
1916-17; Y. M. C. A. Secy., U. S. N., 1917-19; ad., Wamesit, Mass. 

FREDERICK FRANCIS SULLY, 1912-16. Born, Philadelphia, Pa., 
Sept. 4, 1891. Asst. City Ed., St. John Telegraph, St. John, N. B., 
1916-17; sub-mast, Acad., Calais, Me., 1917-18; U. S. A., 1918; 
Inspector, U. S. Treas. Dept., 1918- ; ad., Room 421, P. 0. Bldg., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

WILLIAM WEBSTER TREFETHEN, 1912-13. From Waterville, Me. 
Ad., 4 West Court, Waterville, Me. 

HARRY MILLS TROTT, 1912-13. Born, Bar Harbor, Me., Aug. 26, 
1892. Teacher, Porto Rico, 1913-16; Civil Engineer; ad., 91 Florida 
St., Dorchester, Mass. 

LOUIS WINTHROP WEST, 1912-13. Born, Islesboro, Me., Aug. 16, 
1885. Bangor Theo. Sem., 1916-17; Y. M. C. A. Secy., war service, 
Camp Devens, 1918; Pastor, Waldoboro, Me. 

BERT WISE, 1912-13. Born, Marysville, N.B., Sept. 6, 1892. Time- 
keeper, B. & A. R. R.; ad., 39 Green St., Houlton, Me. 

CHESTER OSGOOD WYLLIE, 1912-14. Born, Camden, Me., Dec. 3, 
1892. Ad., Warren, Me. 

CLASS OF 1917 

HENRY REGINALD BAILEY, 1913-15. From Lowell, Mass. Sgt., 
F. A., U. S. A.; ad., 73 Kinsman St., Lowell, Mass. 



Non-Graduates — Men 1917 

CHARLES FRANCIS BAXTER, 1913-15. D.D.S., Tufts, 1919. Born, 
Waterville, Me., Sept. 27, 1893. U. S. N., 1918-19; ad., Waterville, 
Me. 

JOHN PATRICK BAXTER, Jr., 1913-16. Born, Waterville, Me., Oct. 
8, 1894. Ship construction, 1917-19; ad., Waterville, Me. 

RALPH CHARLES BLUNT, 1913-14. Born, Waterville, Me., March 
20, 1894. Baker; Sgt., 103d Inf., U. S. A., 17 months service over- 
seas; ad., Waterville, Me. 

FRANK LEON BRAGG, 1913-14. Born, North Vassalboro, Me., Sept. 
13, 1896. Farming; ad.. North Vassalboro, Me. 

LORENZO ALEC BRUNELLE, 1913-14. Born, Somersworth, N. H., 
Aug. 24, 1894. Pvt., U. S. A. Wholesale and retail confectionary 
and ice cream, 60 High St., Somersworth, N. H. 

CHARLES MICHAEL CARROLL, 1913-14. Born, Lawrence, Mass., 
June 16, 1893. Accountant, Saxon Motor Car Corp., Detroit, Mich., 
1916-17; Lds., U. S. N., 1917, Ensign, 1918; ad., 349 Essex St., Law- 
rence, Mass. 

IRVING JAMES CARSON, 1913-14. From Milton, Mass. 

*SOLOMON COREY, 1913-15. From Waterville, Me. Deceased. 

HAROLD MILLS CROCKETT, 1913-14. Born, North Haven, Me., 
Aug. 11, 1884. Postmaster, North Haven, Me., 1914-18; With Lee, 
Higginson & Co., 44 State St., Boston, Mass. 

ROBERT JAMES DOYLE, 1914-15. Born, Nashua, N. H., March 11, 
1894. Boston Univ. Law Sch., 1915-18. Lawyer; ad., 7 Prospect 
St., Nashua, N. H. 

ALFRED CROCKETT DUNN, 1913-14. From Bath, Me. 

MYLES JEREMIAH ESTES, 1913-16. From Waterville, Me. Ad., 
Waterville, Me. 

CLYDE MILBERY FLINT, 1913-17. From Concord, N. H. 

MURRAY IRVING FRIEDMAN, 1913-17. Born, New York City, 
March 18, 1895. Sgt., Aviation, U. S. A.; Prop. Belvedere Garage, 
New York City. 

ERNEST CUMMINGS FULLER, 1913-14. A.B., Bowdoin, 1917. 
Teacher, Hebron Acad.; ad., Hebron, Me. 

MATTHEW GERARD GOLDEN, 1913-15. M.D., Fordham Univ., 1919. 
Interne, Berwind Maternity Hosp.; St. Lawrence Hosp.; Knicker- 
bocker Hosp.; House physician, Lenox Hill Hosp., New York City. 

WILLIAM MARTIN HARRIMAN, 1913-15. From Bristol, N. H. 

WALTER WHITE HEATH, 1913-15. From Waterville, Me. Sgt., 
U. S. A.; ad., Waterville, Me. 

FRED SAMUEL HERRICK, Jr., 1913-15. From Brooklin, Me. 2d 
Lieut, Inf., U. S. A.; ad., Brooklin, Me. 

FRED KNOWLTON HUSSEY, 1913-16. Born, Albion, Me., Oct. 16, 
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1895. Pvt., U. S. A., 1917-19, two years overseas service; Univ. 
Rennes, 4 months; ad., 39 Otis St., Newtonville, Mass. 

OILMAN LaVERNE JUDKINS, 1913-15. Born, Needham, Mass., Sept. 
13, 1893. Pvt., U. S. A., 1917-19; ad., Uxbridge, Mass. 

CLAUDE ARCHER LaBELLE, 1913-16. From Concord, N. H. Ad., 
Care Washington Times, Washington,, D. C. 

HERBERT CUSHMAN LASKY, 1913-14. From Waterville, Me. Last 
ad., Lee, Me. 

CHARLES BENJAMIN LESEUR, 1913-16. Born, Hyde Park, Mass., 
Oct. 2, 1893. Tufts Col., 1916-17. Road construction, 1916; Ensign, 
U. S. N., 1917-19; ad., Cambridge, Mass. 

PAUL DUDLEY LOVETT, 1913-15. Born, Boston, Mass., May 28, 
1894. Hyde Parle Trust Co., 1915-16; 1st Mass. Cav., Mexican Bor- 
der service, 1916; Hyde Park Trust Co., 1916-17; Amer. Amb. Field 
Serv., France, 1917; Amer. Red Cross Transp. Dept., Paris, 1917; 
Farmers' Loan & Trust Co., Paris Branch, 1917-18; Purchasing Agt., 
Amer. Red Cross, 1918; With Granger's Lime Co., 1919- ; ad., 3 
Euston St., Brookline, Mass. 

JOSEPH HAROLD McCORMICK, 1913-16. Born, New Haven, Conn., 
March 24, 1892. New Haven Normal Sch. Gymnastics; Athletic 
coach. Hill Sch., Pottstown, Pa., 1916-19; Athletic dir., Mercersburg 
Acad., Mercersburg, Pa., 1919-. 

FREDERICK WHITNEY MARRINER, 1913-14. Born, Bridgton, Me., 
Feb. 5, 1896. Hood Rubber Co., 1914-15; Ford Motor Co., 1916-17; 
Banking, from 1917; Pvt., U. S. A.; ad., 56 Parker St., Watertown, 
Mass. 

JOHN READ MONROE, 1913-14. Born, Sharon, Mass., April 15, 1892. 
Teacher; ad., North Islesboro, Me. 

CLYDE NUTTER, 1913-14. From Lynn, Mass. Pvt., Inf., U. S. A. 

CHARLES HARVEY PERKINS, 1913-14. From North Jay, Me. Pvt., 
Inf., U. S. A. 

GERALD SIBLEY PRATT, 1913-15. From Waterville, Me. 

EVERETT HOLWAY REID, 1913-14. Born, Waterville, Me., Oct. 17, 
1894. Corp., Tank Corps., U. S. A., 1918-19, overseas service; Sales- 
man; ad., Portland, Me. 

CARLETON SMITH RICHARDSON, 1913-15. Born, Attleboro, Mass., 
Jan. 5, 1895. Asst. Office Mgr., J. F. Sturdy's Sons Co., Attleboro, 
Mass., 1916-17; Naval Air Serv., 1917-19; With Montgomery Ward 
& Co.; ad., 550 Belmont Ave., Chicago, 111. 

HOWARD SHERMAN SCOTT, 1913-14. From North Vassalboro, Me. 

ERNEST RAYMOND SCRIBNER, 191.3-17. From Houlton, Me. 2d 
Lieut, U. S. A. 

MERTON LESLIE SEARS, 1913-14. From Waldoboro, Me. 

LEONARD ANDREW SHEA, 1913-15. B.S., Dartmouth, 1917. Born, 



Non-Graduates — Men 1918 

Nashua, N. H., Jan. 3, 1895. Sgt, Ord. Dept., U. S. A., 1917-19; 

Asst. Supt., McElwain, Hutchinson & Winch, Boston, Mass.; ad., 104 

Landon Ave., Watertown, Mass. 
GRANVILLE CARLETON SHIBLES, 1913-15. Born, Rockport, Me., 

May 20, 1894. Teacher, High Sch., Farmington, Me.; Student, Mass. 

Col. Osteopathy, Boston, Mass. 
NORRIS FREDERICK STEVENS, 1913-14. Born, Coaticook, P. Q., 

Nov. 18, 1887. Univ. Me. Law Sch., 1914-17; Lawyer; Last ad., St. 

Lambert, Que. 
JOHN A. STOCKWELL, 1913-14. From Waterville, Me. 
FRED AUGUST TARBOX, 1913-15. Born, Eastport, Me., Jan. 19, 

1891. State Normal Sch., Machias, Me., 1917; Inst., High Sch., 

Machias, Me., 1917-18; Pharm.-Mate, U. S. N.; ad., Charleston, Me. 
WILLIAM SYLVESTER TOBEY, 1913-14, 1915-16. Born, China, Me., 

Dec. 30, 1894. 20th Engineers, U. S. A., overseas service; ad., Al- 
bion, Me. 
EARLE FOSTER TUCKER, 1913-14. Born, Lunnenburg, Vt, Aug. 24, 

1893. Teacher, 1915; E. I. DuPont Co., 1916-17; Pvt., Inf., U. S. A.; 

overseas service; ad., 50 Vinal Ave., Somerville, Mass. 
IVAN NEAL WALDRON, 1913-16. From Woodfords, Me. Capt, U. 

S. A. 
RALPH LEE WEBSTER, 1913-15. From North Haven, Me. 
NATHANIEL WEG, 1913-15. D.D.S., New York Col. Dentistry, 1918. 

Born, Portchester, N. Y., March 24, 1893. Pvt., U. S. A., 1917-18; 

Dentist, 541 West 142d St., New York City. 
LOUIS EZRA WENZ, 1913-15. Born, Union, N. J., Aug. 5, 1893. 

Cornell Univ., 1915-17; 1st Lieut., Aviation, U. S. A., 1917-19; Cor- 
nell Univ., 1919-. 
DANIEL BICKFORD WHIPPLE, 1913-16. From Nashua, N. H. 
JAMES JONES WRIGHT, 1913-15. From Bradford, N. H. Last ad., 

49 Sparhawk Ave., Amesbury, Mass. 



CLASS OF 1918 

ELIOT STEPHENSON ADAMS, 1914-16. Born, Boston, Mass., June 
2, 1894. Harvard Med. Sch., 1 year; Corp., U. S. A., 2 years; Teach- 
er, Rumsey Hall Sch., Cornwall, Conn. 

WILLIAM THOMAS BELGER, 1914-15. Born, Bangor, Me., Jan. 12, 
1893. Bookkeeper, Bangor, Me., 1916-17; Stationary engineer, 
1918- ; ad., Manchester, N. H. 

*CARLETON MERRILL BLISS, 1914-15. Born, June 9, 1895. En- 
listed, Aug. 25, 1917; 2d. Lieut., Aviation; Killed while instructing a 
pupil, at Ford Jet., Sussex, Eng., Nov. 14, 1918, aged 23. 

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PETER JOSEPH BUHLEIER, 1914-15. From New York City. Last 

ad., 514 West 152d St., New York City. 
ALFRED HENRY CHAMBERLAIN, 1914-15. From Waterville, Me., 

Sea., U. S. N. 
ERROL CLEVELAND CHASE, 1914-15, 1916-17. Born, Skowhegan, 

Me., Oct. 10, 1893. 1st Lieut., Inf., U. S. A., 1917-19; ad., 159 

Madison Ave., Skowhegan, Me. 
EATON COOK, 1914-15. From Dover, N. H. 
TAYLOR COOK, 1914-15. From Dover, N. H. 
IRVING MARSH DERBY, 1914-17. Borfi, Brandon, Vt., Oct. 23, 1895. 

Sgt., U. S. A.; Univ. of Lyons; Medical student; ad., 589 Park Place, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
EARL ROBERT DEVERE, 1914-15. From Providence, R. I. 
HERBERT LEWIS DUFFY, 1914-15. From Taunton, Mass. 
*HENRY LESLIE EDDY, 1914-15. Born, New Britain, Conn., July 

30, 1894. 2d Lieut., 78th Co., 6th U. S. Marines; Killed at Chateau 

Thierry, June 4, 1918, aged 23; Distinguished Service Cross award- 
ed posthumously. 
EUGENE FULLER ELLINGWOOD, 1914-15, 1916-17. From Cari- 
bou, Me. Pvt., Inf., U. S. A. 
*PHILMORE MILLARD FAULKINGHAM, 1914-15. Born, West 

Jonesport, Me., Oct. 14, 1895. Drowned, Waterville, Me., April 19, 

1915, aged 19. 
*ALAN ROBERT PRASER, 1914-16. From Dorchester, Mass. 

Drowned, Boston, Mass., May 9, 1917. 
JOHN FREVOLA, 1914-15. From Brooklyn, N. Y. Pvt., U. S. A.; ad., 

208 21st St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
ROBERT HAROLD GALLIER, 1914-17. From Worcester, Mass. Capt., 

Cav., U. S. A. 
FRANCIS PAUL GATELY, 1915-17. Born, Waltham, Mass., April 15, 

1895. 2d Lieut., Inf., U. S. A.; ad., 362 Lexington St., Waltham, 

Mass. 
HAROLD WILSON GOODRICH, 1914-17. From Pittsfield, Mass. 

Mass. Inst. Tech., Boston, Mass. 
*NATHAN WARREN GRANT, 1914-15, 1916-17. Born, East Brook- 

fleld, Mass., July 5, 1896. Insurance underwriter, Hartford, Conn.; 

died, Dec. 19, 1919, aged 23. 
ARTHUR EDWARD HAGERMAN, 1914-15. Born, Houlton, Me., 

Nov. 8, 1893. 327th Inf., U. S. A., 1917-19; 13 months overseas .ser- 
vice; ad., Houlton, Me. 
RAYMOND FRANCIS HALLAHAN, From Taunton, Mass. 
ALBERT ROY HAMERSCHLAG, 1914-15. From New York City. 
FRED RUFUS HARRIMAN, 1914-17. Born, Bristol, N. H., Jan. 11, 

1895. Pvt., U. S. A.; last ad., Grand Falls, N. B. 
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Non-Graduates — Men 1918 

RAYMOND LAFOREST HASKELL, 1914-17. From Harrison, Me. 
WALLACE GERRY HASTINGS, 1914-17. From Suffield, Conn. Corp., 

Inf., U. S. A., overseas service; ad., Suffield, Conn. 
WOLCOTT PAGE HAYES, 1916-17. From Washington, D. C. 

HOWARD FOSTER HILL, 1914-17. From Waterville, Me. Sgt., U. 
S. A.; ad., Waterville, Me. 

FRANK JOSEPH HOWARD, 1914-16. Born, Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 
17, 1892. Student, Columbia Univ.; 1st Lieut., Art., U. S. A.; ad., 
116 Vanderbilt Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

IRVING TECUMSEH HOWE, 1914-15. From Boston, Mass. 2d 
Lieut., Inf., U. S. A. 

RALPH RAYMOND HOWES, 1914-16. Born, Liberty, Me., Feb. 12, 
1896. Chief Pharmacist's Mate, U. S. N., U. S. Naval Hosp., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

LEE GERALD HUTCHINSON, 1914-15. From Carthage, Me. 

ROBERT VICTOR IGNICO, 1914-15. From Revere, Mass. 2d Lieut, 
Inf., U. S. A. 

CHARLES BARRON JOHNSON, 1914-17. From Fail-field, Me. 

NORMAN DUNHAM LATTIN, 1914-17. Born, Corning, N. Y., Sept. 
19, 1894. 1st Lieut., Inf., U. S. A., 1917-19, 15 months overseas 
service; Banking, Corning, N. Y.; ad., 224 Walnut St., Corning, N. Y. 

GEORGE ROY LEONARD, 1914-15. From Somersworth, N. H. 

LAVEY LESTER LEVINE, 1914-15. Ph.B., Yale, 1918. Genl. Mgr., 
N. J. Cutting & Wrecking Co., and Samuel Levine & Sons, Mill Sup- 
plies; ad., 19 John St., Bayonne, N. J. 

PRESTON BURPEE LIBBY, 1914-17. Born, Ft. Fairfield, Me., Sept. 
7, 1895. 2d Lieut., Inf., U. S. A.; ad., 45 Mountford St., Boston, 
Mass. 

HAROLD LUCEY, 1914-15. From Rutherford, N. J. Pvt., U. S. A.; 
ad., 119 Prospect St., Rutherford, N. J. 

HARRIS BIRDSILL McINTIRE, 1914-17. Born, Houlton, Me., March 
31, 1897. Ensign, U. S. N., 1918-19; Student, Mass. Inst. Tech., 
1919- ; ad., 58 Willow St., West Somerville, Mass. 

ALBERT FRANCIS McMACKIN, 1914-15. Born, Boston, Mass., Dec. 
1.3, 1890. Med. student, Univ. Chicago; 2d Lieut., Inf., U. S. A.; 
ad., 5 Sycamore St., Everett, Mass. 

JOHN A. McNULTY, 1914-15. From Lawrence, Mass. Pvt., U. S. A. 

ROBERT ALLISON MATTHEWS, 1914-17. Born, Troy, N. H., April 
17, 1894. Sea., U. S. N.; ad., Holden, Mass. 

MOGANNAM ELIAS MOGANNAM, 1914-15. From Ramallah, Pales- 
tine. 

FRANK AUGUSTINE MURPHY, 1914-15. From Lawrence, Mass. 

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RAE LANSING NEWTON, 1914-15. From South Paris, Me. Corp., 

U. S. A. 
HARRY MARTIN O'NEILL, 1914-15. D.M.D., Tufts, 1918. M. C, U. 

S. A., 1918; Dentist; ad., 9 Mitchell St., Na.shua, N. H. 
HYMAN LEWIS PAIKOWSKY, 1914-16. D.D.S., Baltimore Col. Den- 
tal Surg., 1919. Born, Waterville, Me., March 14, 1897. Ad., Wat- 

erville, Me. 
ALFRED HOPKINS PATTERSON, 1914-17. From Attleboro, Mass. 

Sgt, U. S. A.; ad., Attleboro, Mass. 
CHARLES HERMES PIEBES, 1914-17. Born, New York City, June 

15, 1894. 1st Lieut., Air Service, U. S. A., 1917-19; 16 months 

overseas service; National Carbon Co., 1919- ; ad., 1635 Ontario 

Ave., Niagara Falls, N. Y. 
*HENRY BARTON PRATT, Jr., 1914-15. From Caribou, Me. Pvt., 

Inf., U. S. A., 1917-18; Killed at Chateau Thierry, July 19, 1918; 

Distinguished service cross awarded posthumously. 
BLISS MARTIN RANNEY, 1914-16. Born, Beverly, Mass., Aug. 27, 
. 1895. Mass. Inst. Tech., 1916-17; Corp., Inf., U. S. A., 1917-19, one 

year overseas service; Clothing bus., 1919- ; ad., Rockland, Mass. 
FORREST MERLE ROYAL, 1914-15. Born, Hodgdon, Me., May 17, 

1896. Agt. National Survey Co., -1915; Farming, 1915-18; Pvt., Inf., 

U. S. A., 1918-19; Teacher, Ricker Clas. Inst., 1919- ; ad., Houlton, 

Me. 
HAROLD GUY DON SCOTT, 1914-16. Born, Newport, Vt, Nov. 13, 

1892. Ordained, 1917; Pastor Univ. Ch., Old Town, Me., 1916-18; 

St. Johnsbury, Vt., 1918-. 
CHARLES LEWIS SILVERSTEIN, 1914-16. Born, Boston, Mass., 

Dec. 10, 1894. U. S. A., 1917-19; Chemist, Walter A. Wood Co., 

1919- ; ad., 10 John St., Hoosick Falls, N. Y. 
CHARLES A. H. SMITH, 1914-15. From Boston, Mass. Sea., U. S. N. 
VERNON GUY SMITH, 1914-17. Born, Washburn. Me., June 13, 1894. 

U. S'. N., 1918- ; Ensign, P. C, U. S. N. R. F., 1919- ; Home, Wash- 
burn, Me. 
HOLLIS ALBERT SOULE, 1914-15. From Sebec Station, Me. 
HAROLD RAYMOND SPEARE, 1914-17. From Baldwinsville, Mass. 

Ensign, Aviation, U. S. N.; ad., Baldwinsville, Mass. 
HARRY McCABE STACK, 1914-15. From Brooklyn, N. Y. 
*JOHN ARTHUR STOWELL, 1914-15; 1916-17. Born, Freeport, Me. 

Pvt., M. C, U. S. A.; Killed in action, June 16, 1918, aged 26. 
DANIEL JAMES SULLIVAN, 1914-16. From Lawrence, Mass. 
RANDOLPH E. TEDFORD, 1914-16. Born. Port Maitland, Yarmouth, 

N. S., Oct. 14, 1893. Pastor, Hingham, Mass. 
MICHAEL M. TETELMAN, 1914-15. From New York City. 

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Non-Graduates — Men 1919 

LEONARD KNIGHT THOMAS, 1914-15. Born, Winthrop, Me., April 

2, 1895. U. S. A., 1917-19; Sgt., Salvage Unit 309; service with A 

E. F. and Army of Occupation; ad., Winthrop, Me. 
PAUL ALLISON THOMPSON, 1914-17. Born, Beverly, Mass., Oct. 28 

1896. Ensign, U. S. N., 1917-19; ad., 54 Columbia Ave., Woodhaven 

L. I. 
OTTO LESLIE TOTMAN, 1914-15. Born, Fairfield, Me., Dee. 22^ 

1894. Student, Univ. Me.; 2d Lieut., Inf., U. S. A.; ad., Fairfield^ 

Me. 
ELMER MADISON TOWER, 1914-15. M.D., Bowdoin, 1919. Born, 

Southwest Harbor, Me., Oct. 27, 1896. Interne, Central Me. Genl, 

Hosp., Lewiston, Me. 
CLIFTON MARCELLUS TRACY, 1914-18. Born, Littleton, Me., Feb, 

28, 1894. Sgt., U. S. A., 1918-19; ad., Houlton, Me. 
STANLEY M. WALLACE, 1914-15. From Waterville, Me. Corp., U, 

S. A. 
JOHN WARE, 1914-15. From Waterville, Me. Pvt., U. S. A.; ad. 

Waterville, Me. 
FREDERICK NEAL WOOD, 1914-15. Born, Clinton, Mass., Oct. 7 

1893. Asst. Trans. Agt., Govt, supplies, 1917-1918; Pvt., Inf., U 

S. A., 1918-19; ten months overseas service; ad., Clinton, Mass. 
MERLE A. WOOD, 1914-16. From West Boylston, Mass. 



CLASS OF 1919 

CHARLES VICTOR ANDERSON, 1915-17. From Ashland, Mass. U. 
S. N. 

JOHN DAVID ANTHONY, 1915-16. From Taunton, Mass. 

WILLARD BAILEY ARNOLD, 1915-17. Born, Waterville, Me., Feb. 
1, 1897. Pilot, Air Service, U. S. A.; Bond bus.; ad., 11 East 38th 
St., New York City. 

JOHN CHESTER ASHWORTH, 1915-17. From Waltham, Mass. 
Sgt., Inf., U. S. A.; ad., 559 Main St., Waltham, Mass. 

CARL N. BEETLE, 1915-17. From New Bedford, Mass. 

*JOSEPH AVERY BESSE, 1915-16. Born in England; came to the 
United States in childhood; employed at the HoUingsworth & Whit- 
ney mill; U. S. A., honorable discharge; died, Dec. 24, 1918, aged 25. 

MARSTON LEADBETTER BEVERAGE, 1915-17. From North Haven, 
Me. Pvt., U. S. A. 

LESLIE LYMAN BLACK, 1915-17. From South Brooksville, Me. Pvt., 
U. S. A. 

FREDERICK DAVIS BLANCHARD, 1915-17. Born, Westboro, Mess., 
Nov. 4, 1897. Corp., U. S. A.; 14 months service overseas in 

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Evacuation Hospital No. 1; U. S. Merchant Marine, from 1919; ad., 
Sherborn, Mass. 

HARRY ARTHUR BOURNE, 1915-16. Born, Winchendon, Mass., 
March 4, 1895. Pvt., 23d Engineers, 1917-19; sixteen months over- 
seas service; bus.; ad., 22 Empire St., Allston, Mass. 

*GEORGE NAPOLEON BOURQUE, 1915-16. Born, Waterville, Me., 
Oct. 23, 1893. 1st Lieut., 103d Reg., U. S. A.; Croix de Guerre; 
Killed in action, Sept. 26, 1919, aged 25. 

ROBERT TYRRELL CAREY, 1915-17. From Islesboro, Me. Mus. 
U. S. N. 

CHARLES L. ROLAND CHAMBERLAIN, 1915-16. From Lakeport, 

N. H. 

WILLIAM CHITTENDEN, 1915-17. From East River, Conn. 

WILLIAM WINDSOR CHUTE, 1915-17. From Harrison, Me. Pvt, 
U. S. A. 

HAROLD J. CLOUTIER, 1915-16. From Waterville, Me. 

JAMES BERNARD CONLON, 1915-18. From Fitchburg, Mass. U. 
S. N. 

EDWARD M. COOK, 1915-17. From York Village, Me. U. S. N. 

HORACE OBER COOLIDGE, 1915-17. From Wellesley, Mass. 

FRANCIS NEAL DOW, 1915-18. From North Brooksville, Me. En- 
sign, U. S. N. 

EDWARD CAPEN DUNBAR, 1915-17. Born, Hopkinton, New Hamp- 
shire, March 30, 1894. 2d Lieut, U. S. A.; Student, Newton Theo. 
Inst. ; ad., 40 Cypress St., Newton Centre, Mass. 

LLEWELLYN SMITH DUNNACK, 1915-19. From Augusta, Me. 

♦HERBERT HENRY FLETCHER, 1915-17. Born, York, Me., Dec. 5, 
1897. Corp., U. S. A.; died, Washington, D. C, April 6, 1918, 
aged 20. 

WILLIAM D. GALLIER, 1915-18. From Worcester, Mass. Ensign, 
U. S. N. 

FREDERICK ALEXANDER GIBSON, 1915-17. Born, Rrookline, 
Mass., Dec. 28, 1895. Pharmacist's Mate, U. S. N., 1917-19; Student, 
Harvard Dental Sch.; ad., 21 Elwyn Ave., Portsmouth, N. H. 

ARTHUR M. GREELEY, 1915-16. From Oakland, Me. 

JOHN WILLIAM GREENE, 1915-17. From Bluehill, Me. Corp., 
U. S. A. 

GORDON LEE HAGERMAN, 1915-16. From Houlton, Me. 

ARTHUR STEWARD HEATH, 1915-17. From Waterville, Me. 2d 
Lieut., U. S. A.; ad., Waterville, Me. 

GEORGE F. HENDRICKS, 1915-17. From New Rochelle, N. Y. 2d 
Lieut., U. S. A. 

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Non-Graduates — Men 1919 

RALPH CURRIE HUGHES, 1915-17. From Houlton, Me. Ensign, 

U. S. N.; With H. W. Peabody & Co., Boston, Mass. 
JOHN HAROLD JOHNSON, 1915-16. From Concord, N. H. 2d Lieut., 

Inf., U. S. A. 
JAMES A. KNOX, 1915-17. From Manchester, N. H. Sea., U. S. N.; 

ad.. Painted Post, N. Y. 
JOHN LAFAYETTE LESSARD, 1915-16. From Waterville, Me. 
ISAAC DEWEY LOVE, 1915-17. A.B., Ohio Wesleyan, 1919. Born, 

Lonaconing, Md., Aug. 29, 1897. City ed., Daily News, Cumberland, 

Md., 1919; Adjusting staff, Kelley-Springfield Tire Co., Akron, 0. 
GERALD RALEIGH MacCARTHY, 1915-17. From Sliowhegan, Me. 

Bugler, Inf., U. S. A. 
LINWOOD L. MACOMBER, 1915-16. From Hinckley, Me. 
AUSTIN WILLIAM MADDOCKS, 1915-17. From Owl's Head, Me. 

1st Lieut., U. S. A. 
RAYMOND HEPBURN MERRILL, 1916-17. From Somerville, Mass. 
PAUL MILLER, 1915-16. From Lisbon Falls, Me. Midshipman, U. S. 

N., 1916-19; Ensign, 1919-. 
HARRY HALL NARES, 1915-16. From Corning, N. Y., 
GERALD S. PORTER, 1915-16. From Merchantville, N. J. 
HAROLD NEWELL ROUNDY, 1915-17, 1918-19. Born, Winslow, Me., 

Feb. 22, 1897. Sgt. Maj., Air Service, U. S. A.; ad., Winslow, Me. 
LOUIS DANIEL RYAN, 1915-16. From Fairfield, Me. 
ARTHUR GARVIN SANDERSON, 1915-17. Born, Hopkinton, N. H., 

Sept. 4, 1897. U. S. N., 1917-18; ad., Burlington, Vt. 
BERTON L. SEEKINS, 1915-18. From Stonington, Me. Pvt, Inf., 

U. S. A. 
JOHN G. SELBY, 1915-16. From Camden, N. J. 
AMOS EDWARD SHIRLEY, 1915-16. Born, Camden, N. J., May 2, 

1895. Capt. F. A., U. S. A.; Paymaster, Victor Talking Machine 
Co.; ad., 633 Pearl St., Camden, N. J. 

WILLIAM EDWARD SMALL, 1915-19. Born, Pittsfield, Me., Aug. 

18, 1895. U. S. N. 
MILTON CABOT STEPHENSON, 1915-16. D.M.D., Tufts, 1919. 

Born, Belfast, Me., March 22, 1896. Dentist, Belfast, Me. 
JOHN WESLEY STINSON, 1915-17. Born, Gouldsboro, Me., Nov. 22, 

1896. Student, Jefferson Med. Col., 1917- ; ad., 1421 Arch St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

THOMAS DOUGLAS TAYLOR, 1915-16. From Camden, N. J. En- 
sign, U. S. N.; ad., 558 Elm St., Camden, N. J. 

VERNON HALL TOOKER, 1915-17. Born, Waterville, Me., Feb. 15, 
1896. Ensign, U. S, N. R. F.; Salesman; ad., 29 Audubon Road, 
Boston, Mass. 

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1919 Colby College 

FRANK CARSON VAN ALLEN, 1915-16. From Augusta, Me. Mus., 

U. S. N. 
MARTIN M. WEISMAN, 1915-17. From Brooklyn, N. Y. Ensign, 

U. S. N. 
DANIEL WEBSTER WENTWORTH, 1915-16. From North Vassal- 

boro, Me. 
GUY RAYMOND WRITTEN, 1915-17. From Prospect Harbor, Me. 

1st Lieut., F. A., U. S. A.; ad., Waterville, Me. 
JAMES LEROY WILSON, 1915-16. Born, Tilton, N. H., Jan. 7, 1898. 

Bureau Standards, Washington, D. C; ad., 3917 Livingston St., 

Washington, D. C. 
FRANK CLARK WORCESTER, 1917-18. Born, Columbia, Me., Dec. 

14, 1889. Pastor, Brown Mem. Ch., Clinton, Me. 
J. CLARENCE WRISTON, 1915-16. From Winthrop, Me. Pvt., Inf., 

U. S. A. 



NON-GRADUATES 



WOMEN'S DIVISION 



CLASS OF 1877 

IDA MAY FULLER (Mrs. J. B. Pierce), 1873-76. Born, Albion, Me. 

Founder of Sigma Kappa. Ad., 1126 Kentucky St., Lawrence, Kans. 
*LIZZIE GORHAM HOAG, 1873-74. From Waterville, Me. Died, 

June 15, 1875. 
FANNIE ELLIOT MANN (Mrs. G. W. Hall), 1873-77. A.M., 1891. 

Born, Yarmouth, Me. Prin. Hall-Noyes Sch., Washington, D. C; 

Founder of Sigma Kappa; ad., 221 E St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 

CLASS OF 1878 

*ELLEN STATIRA KOOPMAN, 1875-78. Born, Freeport, Me., Oct. 
15, 1853. Died, Eastman, Ga., June 12, 1885, aged 31. 

CLASS OF 1879 

JULIA MARIA ELWIN, 1875-76. Born, Winslow, Me. Teacher, Burma, 
1881-85; Invalid; Student, Med. Sch., Syracuse Univ., 1892-94; 
Teacher, from 1900; ad., Hartshorn Memorial Col., Richmond, Va. 



CLASS OF 1881 

*SUSIE STEARNS DENNISON, 1877-78. From Portland, Me. Died, 
1879. 

CLASS OF 1882 

LENORA MATHEWS (Mrs. Rowe) , 1878-81. From Waterville, Me. 

Ad., Waterville, Me. 
ADDIE F. MORRILL, 1878-79. From Hebron, Me. 

CLASS OF 1883 

JENNIE PAINE HOWARD, 1879-82. Born, Winslow, Me. Teacher, 
Winslow, Me., 1882-97, 1899; Supt. Sch., 1900-03, 1904-09; Librarian, 
Pub. Lib., 1907- ; ad., Winslow, Me. 

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1883 Colby College 

ADDIE FRANCES MERRILL (Mrs. G. O. Hatch), 1879-80. Born, 

Hebron, Me. Ad., Waverly, Mass. 
LOUISA CLARIBEL MERRILL (Mrs. Hutchinson), 1S79-8L M.D., 

Woman's Med. Col. of N. Y., 1887. Physician; last ad., Skowhe- 

gan, Me. 

CLASS OF 1884 

CAROLINE LEE RAYMOND (Mrs. E. L. Bill), 1880-82. Born, North 
Lyme, Conn. Publisher Music Trade Review, Talking Machine 
Woiid, Carpets and Rugs, and Tires; ad.. New Rochelle, N. Y. 



CLASS OF 1885 

*LILLIA BERTHA GAGE, 1881-82. From Waterville, Me. Died 

about 1905. 
GERTRUDE BRAY MORSE, 1881-85. A.M., 1908. From Turner, Me. 

Teacher, High Sch., Portland, Me.; ad., The Davis, Congress St., 

Portland, Me. 
FRANK MABEL WEBBER (Mrs. .J. H. Lord), 1881-82. From St. 

Albans, Me. Last ad., Sarasota, Fla. 



CLASS OF 1886 

*CARRIE MAY POTTLE, 1882-83. From Waterville, Me. Died, Aug. 
9, 1883, aged 18. 



CLASS OF 1888 

"CARRIE EVELYN HALL (Mrs. W. J. Thompson), 1884-86. From 
East Madison, Me. Died, June, 1900. 



CLASS OF 1889 

MINNIE BUNKER, 1886-88. A.B., Univ. California, 1889. Born, 
North Anson, Me. Teacher, High Sch., Denver, Colo., 1892-96; Oak- 
land, Calif., 1897- ; Student, Athens and Rome, 1900-01, 1906-07, 
1912; ad., 2700 Channing Way, Berkeley, Calif. 

SARAH ELIZABETH NOYES (Mrs. M. L. Hersey), 1885-86. Born, 
Lewiston, Me. Ad., The Northumberland, Washington, D. C. 



CLASS OF 1890 

MARY LYDIA GREENE (Mrs. George Thompson), 1886-: 
Athens, Me. Ad., Taftville, Conn. 



Non-Graduates — Women 1894 

ANTHA LUCY KNOWLTON (Mrs. K. B. Miller), 1886-88. A.B., 
Vassar, 1890. Born, Ningpo, China. Teacher, Philadelphia, Pa., 
1890-94; Grad. student, Univ. Chicago, 1894-95; Teacher, 1895-96; 
ad., 1232 East 56th St., Chicago, 111. 

MARY NICHOLS McCLURE, 1886-88. Born, Searsport, Me. Library 
work; ad., City Library, Manchester, N. H. 

LUCY ANNETTE WINSLOW (Mrs. G. L. Paddock), 1886-88. Born, 
Larone, Me. Teacher, 1888-91; ad., Skowhegan, Me. 



CLASS OF 1891 

FLORA MINNIE WATSON (Mrs. J. W. Cone), 1888-89. From Wat- 
erville, Me. Last ad., 518 West 136th St., New York City. 



CLASS OF 1892 

MINNIE BELLE CALDWELL (Mrs. A. A. Callahan), 1888-91. Born, 
Oxford, Me. Teacher, 1893-99; Course in nursing. New York City, 
1903; ad., Bridgton, Me. 

ROSE ADELLE GILPATRICK, 1888-89. A.M., 1917; Ph.B., Uni^. 
Chicago, 1896. Born, Farmingdale, Me. Teacher, High Sch., 
Hallowell, Me., 1889-93; Coburn Clas. Inst., 1896-1918; Student, 
Simmons Col., 1910-11; ad., Hallowell, Me. 



CLASS OF 1893 

*HELEN HIGHT GREENE, 1889-90. Born, Athens, Me., Dec. 18, 
1871; died, Oct. 28, 1890, aged 18. 

CLASS OF 1894 

HATTIE MARIA BROWN, 1890-91. Prom Bath, Me. 

JESSIE MAY BUNKER (Mrs. J. B. Alexander), 1890-93. Born, 
Fairfield, Me. Teacher, 1893-98; ad., 1417 30th Ave., Seattle, Wash. 

*KATE WETHERBEE HOBBS (Mrs. Merrill), 1890-92. From Nor- 
way, Me. Deceased. 

*GRACE CLEMENTINE ILSLEY (Mrs. F. W. Padelford), 1890-94. 
Born, Springvale, Me., April 13, 1871. Teacher, High Sch., Bangor, 
Me., 1895-97; died, Newton Center, Mass., March 24, 1919, aged 47. 

GRACE MAY REED, 1890-92. Born, Hampden, Me. Teacher, Mil- 
ford, N. H., 1895-98; Springfield, Mass., from 1898; ad., 135 Spring 
St., Springfield, Mass. 

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CLASS OF 1895 

EVELYN LORD ATWOOD (Mrs. W. L. Royall), 1891-94. Born, 

Hingham, Mass. Teacher; ad., Hartford, Conn. 
GRACE EDITH EMERY. (Mrs. John Ware), 1891-93. From Water- 

ville, Me. Ad., Waterville, Me. 
EMMA AUGUSTA KNAUFF (Mrs. Oscar Dilworth), 1891-93. From 

Waterville, Me. Last ad., Madison, Me. 
WAITIE MAY NASH, 1891-92. From Waterville, Me. 
ERMINA EMMA POTTLE (Mrs. C. F. Stimson), 1891-95. Born, 

Perry, Me. Ad., 75 Kensington Ave., Northampton, Mass. 
LILLIAN BELLE PRICHARD, 1891-93. From Fairport, N. Y. Last 

ad., Fairport, N. Y. 
ANNIE MABEL WAITE, 1891-94. Born, West Boylston, Mass. Mass. 

Normal Art Sch., 1899-1902. Teacher to 1905; Librarian, Pub. Lib., 

West Boylston, Mass., from 1906. 

CLASS OF 1896 

♦FRANCES HENRY BEARCE, 1892-93. From Norway, Me. Died, 
March 21, 1893. 

*AUGUSTA COTTLE, 1892-95. From Hodgdon, Me. Died, Jan., 1897. 

ETHEL GOLDTHWAITE (Mrs. Thomas Adams), 1892-94. N. E. 
Conservatory, 1896-97; Teacher and Gospel singer; ad., Hunting- 
ton, Vt. 

FLORA MAY HOLT (Mrs. Haven Metcalf), 1892-94. A.B., Brown, 
1896. Ad., The Coywood, Washington, D. C. 

ELLEN MILDRED PATTEN, 1892-93. Born, Greene, Me. Teacher, 
to 1900. Missy., Khamgaon, Berar, India. 

HANNAH JEWETT POWELL, 1892-93. B.L., C.C.I., 1887; B.D., 
Tufts, 1899. Born, Clinton, Me. Teacher, 1887-96; Pastor, Univ. 
Ch., W. Jay, Me., 1899-1903; Bridgton, Me., 1903-07; Sangerville, 
Me., 1907-09; South Paris, Me., 1909-10; Maine Sea Coast Mission, 
1910-15; Pastor, Machias, Me., 1915-19; ad., 27 Lincoln Ave., Gar- 
diner, Me. 

LILLA AUGUSTA PRAY, 1892-94. From Pawtucket, R. I. Last ad., 
Pawtucket, R. I. 

*BESSIE EWING SMITH, 1892-93. Born, Waterville, Me., Feb. 21, 
1861. Teacher, Morgan Sch., Clinton, Conn., 1896-1903; High Sch., 
Waterville, Me., 1903-10; died, Waterville, Me., June 13, 1917, 
aged 56. 

CHRISTINE FAY TOOKER (Mrs. T. C. Tooker), 1892-94. From 
Caribou, Me. Last ad., Caribou, Me. 

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Non-Graduates — Women 1897 

INEZ MABEL TUBES (Mrs. D. F. Taber), 1892-93, 1897-98. From 

Norway, Me. 
GRACE ELIZA WEBBER (Mrs. M. F. Bartlett), 1892-93. Born, 

Waterville, Me.; ad., Waterville, Me. 
CHARLOTTE SCOTT YOUNG (Mrs. John Parker), 1893-95. From 

Calais, Me. Ad., 1626 Massachusetts Ave., North Cambi-idge, Mass. 

CLASS OF 1897 

ROSA MAY AMES, 1893-94. From Unity, Me. 

HELEN EMILY BUNKER (Mrs. Albert Schinke), 1893-94. From 

Waterville, Me. 
MINNIE CORSON, 1893-94. From Waterville, Me. 
LUCY EVELYN CROSBY, 1893-95. From Waterville, Me. Last ad., 

Benton, Me. 
*LINDA JANE CURRIE (Mrs. G. J. D. Currie), 1893-94. From 

Waterville, Me. Deceased. 
BERTHA FOOTE, 1893-95. From Washburn, Me. 
MINNIE EMILY GALLERT (Mrs. J. B. Mayer), 1893-95. From 

Waterville, Me. Ad., 63 East 74th St., New York City. 
MIRIAM FANNY GALLERT (Mrs. S. A. Myers), 1893-94. Born, 

Waterville, Me. Teacher, 1896-97. Ad., 10 Selkirk Road, Brookline, 

Mass. 
GRACE MABEL GODDARD (Mrs. H. L. Pierce), 1893-94. Born, 

China, Me. Ad., Shrewsbury, Mass. 
*HATTIE JORDAN McCALLUM, 1893-95. From Warren, Me. Died, 

July 12, 1899. 
FLORENCE LYDIA MORRILL, 1893-95. From Cornish, Me. Teach- 
er, Peabody, Mass., 1902-14; High Sch., Portland, Me., from 1914; 

ad., Cornish, Me. 
*NBLLIE MAY NICHOLS (Mrs. Warren), 1893-94. From Bangor, 

Me. Deceased. 

FANNIE MAY PARKER (Mrs. Nahum Wing), 1893-95. Born, Ban- 
gor, Me. Ad., Arlington, Mass. 

MARION LOUISE PARKER (Mrs. P. A. Hubbard), 1893-94. Born, 
Bangor, Me. Teachers' Training Sch., Bangor, Me., 1894-96; 
Teacher to 1897; ad., 79 Pine St., Bangor, Me. 

HELEN BRIARY PURINTON (Mrs. E. E. Decker), 1893-94. From 
Waterville, Me. Ad., Woodfords, Me. 

RUTH DALIE STEVENS (Mrs. R. H. Reed), 1893-94. Born, Sidney, 
Me. Teacher; Asst. Prof. Home Economics, Mass. Agri. Col., and 
Asst. State Leader of Extension Service; ad., 9 Shore Drive, Lynn, 
Mass. 



1897 Colby College 

LENA MAY TOZIER (Mrs. H. B. Kenrick), 1893-95. Born, Fair- 
field, Me. Ad., Hudson, N. H. 

*ADDIE ETTA FARNHAM WEYMOUTH, 189.3-94. From Biddeford, 
Me. Died, Portland, Me., 1918. 

CLASS OF 1898 

EVA MAY AMES, 1894-95. From Skowhegan, Me. 

AUGUSTA OLIVE BUNKER, 1894-95. From Waterville, Me. Priv. 
Secy., Genl. Elec. Co., Seattle, Wash., from 1906; ad., 1417 38th 
Ave., Seattle, Wash. 

GEORGIE ELLA DEANE, 1894-95. From Buckfield, Me. 

MYRA CASE MARVELL (Mrs. F. G. Getchell), 1894-99. Born, 
Auburn, Me. Ad., Needham, Mass. 

ELIZABETH SEARLES (Mrs. C. W. Hall), 1894-95. From South- 
bridge, Mass. Ad., 5 Dresser St., Southbridge, Mass. 

ADA MAY SNOWDEAL, 1894-95, 1897-98. From Augusta, Me. 

CLASS OF 1899 

EDITH NELLIE CORSON, 1895-97. From Waterville, Me. 
JESSIE GERTRUDE CURTIS (Mrs. 0. W. Foye), 1895-97. Born, 

Southbridge, Mass. Ad., 25 Willoughby St., Somerville, Mass. 
PEARL CLAYTON McINTIRE (Mrs. Swain), 1895-96. From Solon, 

Me. Ad., 76 Everett Chambers, Portland, Me. 
MARGARET ETHEL MATHEWS, 1895-97. From Westbrook, Me. 
DORA LUCINDA PARKER, 1895-96. Born, Southwest Harbor, Me. 

Ad., 16 Central Ave., Danvers, Mass. 
BERTHA ADELINE WESTON (Mrs. C. E. Hutchinson), 1895-96. 

Born, Rockingham, Vt. Ad., 13 Currier Ave., Haverhill, Mass. 
MARY LOUISA WILBUR, 1895-97. Born, Saxton's River, Vt. Bible 

Teachers' Training Sch., 1903-04; Librarian, Philadelphia, Pa., 1904- 

08; Bookseller, Assn. Press, New York City, 1908-11; Librarian, 

Cleveland, 0., 1912-; ad., 5612 Linwood Ave., Cleveland, 0. 

CLASS OF 1900 

ALICE RUTH ABBOTT (Mrs. W. T. Merrill), 1896-97. Born, Water- 
ville, Me. Ad., Sidney, Mont. 

LENA EVELYN BATES, 1896-97. From Oakland, Me. 

LOUISE MAY BENSON, 1896-97. From Waterville, Me. 

NELLIE WHITTEN CRIE (Mrs. H. W. Haynes), 1896-98. From 
Rockland, Me. Ad., Beverly, Mass. 

FLORENCE MAY DIVER, 1896-99. From Detroit, Mich. 
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Non-Graduates — Women 1902 

AIMEE PAULA GALLERT (Mrs. Hilborn), 1896-98. From Water- 
ville, Me. Ad., 603 West 138th St., New York City. 

SUSIE AGNES HALL, 1896-98. From Gray, Me. 

STELLA LOUISE JONES (Mrs. P. P. Hill), 1896-1900. From Wat- 
erville. Me. Ad., Northeast Harbor, Me. 

MARGE ESTELLE MAGRATH (Mrs. Sanborn), 1896-99. From 
Wilton, Me. Last ad., Everett, Mass. 

NELLA MARY MERRICK, 1896-97. Born, Troy, Me. Ad., Water- 
ville, Me. 

MYRA JOSEPHINE PERRY (Mrs. F. C. Mackey), 1896-99. A.B., 
Chicago, 1911. Born, Hallowell, Me. Hd. English Dept., Col. for 
Women, Columbia, S. C; Hd. English Dept., High Sch., Medford, 
Mass.; Teacher Eng. and Welfare worker, East Side High Sch., 
Newark, N. J.; Contributor to various periodicals; ad., Maplewood, 
N. J. 

AGNES JULIA POWERS (Mrs. H. H. Bishop), 1896-97. Born, So. 
Norridgewock, Me. Moody Bible Inst., 1899-1900; ad., Bruns- 
wick, Me. 

JENNIE ELVESA TIRRELL (Mrs. H. M. Gerry), 1896-97. Born, 
West Auburn, Me. Teacher, Fairbanks, Me., 1897; High Sch., 
Dixfield, Me., 1897; Acad., Paris, Me., 1899-1901; ad., Erie, Pa. 

CLASS OF 1901 

MARY ELIZABETH BARBER, 1897-98. From East Northfield, Mass. 
FLORENCE MAUDE BURLEIGH (Mrs. H. S. Brown), 1897-98. 

Born, Otis, Me. Ad., Waterville, Me. 
JENNIE WINNIFRED CUMMINGS, 1897-98. From Auburn, Me. 
MARY ELISE FELLOWS (Mrs. D. M. White), 1897-98. From Skow- 

hegan. Me. Last ad., Skowhegan, Me. 
FRANCES LOUISE GIBSON (Mrs. E. R. Woodbury), 1897-98. Born, 

North Conway, N. H. Ad., Saco, Me. 
EMMA NORTON HALE, 1897-98. Born, Rangoon, Burma. Ad., Rt. 

A, Bo.x 30, LaRoche Ave., Savannah, Ga. 
GERTRUDE LORD, 1897-98. From Waterville, Me. Ad., Waterville, 

Me. 
HELEN FRANCES SIMMONS (Mrs. Luke Houghton), 1897-98. 

From North Anson, Me. Last ad., Pasadena, Calif. 
MARGARET WILLIAMS (Mrs. G. W. Thomas), 1897-98, 1899-1900. 

Born, Plymouth, Pa. Ad., San Diego, Calif. 

CLASS OF 1902 

MARJORIE LOUISE ELDER (Mrs. G. S. Stevenson), 1898-1900. A.B., 
Smith Col., 1902. From Waterville, Me. Ad., Hartford, Conn. 



1902 Colby College 

*MARIAN HALL (Mrs. A. H. Mitchell), 1898-1902. Born, Water- 

ville, Me., May 24, 1881. Died, Billerica, Mass., Sept. 25, 1912, 

aged 31. 
ADDIE LINCOLN HOLBROOK (Mrs. H. J. Merrick), 1898-99. From 

South Norridgewock, Me. Ad., Augusta, Me. 
BERTHA MAE JUDKINS (Mrs. Leo Whitaker), 1898-99. Bom, 

Cornville, Me. Ad., Waterville, Me. 
ETHEL WILHELMINA KNOWLTON, 1898-99. From Monson, Me. 

Last ad., Lancaster, N. H. 
*ANNIE RHOADES MADDOCKS (Mrs. C. F. Marshall), 1898-1900. 

Born, South River, Md., March 15, 1878. Teacher; died, Melrose, 

Mass., April 30, 1919, aged 41. 
ELIZABETH PHILENA PENNEY (Mrs. Albion Floyd), 1898-1900. 

From Waterville, Me. Ad., Mapleton, Me. 
GERTRUDE BERNICE ROGERS, 1898-1900. A.B., Tufts, 1902. 

From Belfast, Me. Teacher, North Andover, Mass. 
ALLANA BUTLER SMALL (Mrs. G. W. Krieger), 1898-1900. A.B., 

Smith Col., 1904. Teacher, 1904-12; ad., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 
GRACE LOUISE STIMSON, 1898-99. From Gray, Me. 
LOTTIE ANNIE TAYLOR, 1898-1900. Prom Hampden, Me. 
BERTHA JEAN THAYER, 1899-1900. From Westboro, Mass. 

CLASS OF 1903 

JOSEPHINE MARY BERRY (Mrs. J. A. Harlow), 1899-1900. From 
Waterville, Me. Teacher, Waterville, 1900-01; Old Town, Me., 
1904-05; ad.. Old Town, Me. 

CARRIE ALMA CHILDS, 1899-1900. From Waterville, Me. 

MARGARET ESTELLE CRAM, 1899-1900. From Mt. Vernon, Me. 
Last ad., Seattle, Wash. 

FLORENCE DIXON, 1899-1900. Born, Somersworth, N. H. Ad., 
Rochester, N. H. 

JENNIE JUNE DUNN (Mrs. R. A. Bakeman), 1899-1900. From 
Houlton, Me. Last ad., Peabody, Mass. 

MABEL ESTHER DUNN (Mrs. H. C. Libby) , 1899-1900. Born, 
Watei-ville, Me. Curry Sch. of Expression, Boston, 1903; Teacher, 
Expression, Coburn Clas. Inst.; ad., Waterville, Me. 

LYDIA PAGE FOSS (Mrs. B. F. Shipman), 1899-1900. From 
Machias, Me. Last ad., Flushing, N. Y. 

EVA MAUDE GARLAND, 1899-1900. Born, Farmington, N. H. 
Teacher, Farmington, N. H., 1900-05; Portsmouth, N. H., 1905-. 

LOIS EASTMAN HOXIE (Mrs. W. A. Smith), 1899-1902. Born, 
North Fairfield, Me. Teacher, Revere, Mass., 1902-03; ad., Water- 
ville, Me. 

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Non-Graduates — Women 1904 

GERTRUDE LEWIS, 1899-1900. A.B., Wellesley, 1905. Born, Castine, 
Me. Registered nurse; ad., Castine, Me. 

FLORENCE PERRY (Mrs. W. H. Hahn), 1899-1900. Born, Cam- 
den, Me. Teacher, 1904; ad.. Friendship, Me. 

ALICE MAE PIERCE, 1899-1900, 1900-01. From Rockland, Me. Ad., 
10 Waban St., Wellesley, Mass. 

ALICE MAY SMITH (Mrs. L. W. Home), 1899-1900, 1902-03. Born, 
Norway, Me. Teacher, Leland and Gray Sem., 1903-04; ad., Fair- 
haven, Mass. 

BERDENA ESTHER TRAFTON (Mrs. B. B. Fogler), 1899-1903. 
Bom, St. Albans, Me. Teacher; Post office clerk; ad., Cleveland, 0. 

BERTHA MAY WILEY (Mrs. G. M. Chase), 1899-1900. Born, Bethel, 
Me. Smith Col., 1900-01; ad., 538 Brigham Ave., Portland, Me. 

CLASS OF 1904 

EDITH LEORA BARNEY, 1900-01. From South Atkinson, Me. 

NELLIE HARRIET BAVIS, 1900-02. Born, Calais, Me. Teacher, 
Mt. Ida Sch., 1911-16; Lady Prin., same, from 1916; ad., Newton, 
Mass. 

LILLIAN EUNICE BERRY (Mrs. H. D. Newton), 1900-02. Born, 
Saco, Me. Teacher music. Public Sch., Waterville, Me., 1901-06; 
Mt. Hermon Sch., 1909-10; Conn. Agri. Col., 1910-13; ad, Storrs, 
Conn. 

MARY ELEANOR BERRY (Mrs. J. W. Manter), 1900-02. Born, 
Saco, Me. New Eng. Conservatory, Boston, 1906-10; Teacher music, 
Bar Harbor, 1906-07; Lexington and Saugus, Mass., 1910-13; ad., 
Winthrop, Mass. 

JENNIE BELLE HEATH CHASE (Mrs. W. A. Brooks), 1900-02. 
Born, Belgrade, Me. Teacher, 3 years; ad., Princeton, Mass. 

BERTHA EMMA CLOUGH, 1900-04. From North Sebago, Me. 

MABEL FREESE (Mrs. C. D. Dennett), 1900-01. Teacher, 1901-05; 
Welfare work for girls, Bangor, Me.; Author, Temperance Helps for 
Primary Teachers, (1901) ; Girls' Welfare Cook Book, (1912) ; con- 
tributor to numerous periodicals; ad., 112 Fourth St., Bangor, Me. 

DORIS PAULA GALLERT, 1900-01. From Waterville, Me. Ad., 
1 West 93d St., New York City. 

MINERVA JUNE GOODALE (Mrs. T. C. Stephens), 1900-01. Trav- 
elling saleswoman, 2 years; ad., Fairfield, Me. 

*SARA LOVISA HADDOCK, 1900-01. From Gorham, Me. Deceased. 

ADDIE FRANCES HODGKINS, 1900-01. From East Lamoine, Me. 

SARA BOOTHBY LIBBY, 1900-01. From Westbrook, Me. Last ad., 
Westbrook, Me. 

BERTHA CECILIA LONG (Mrs. A. R. Hanscom), 1900-01. Born, 

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1904 Colby College 

East Bluehill, Me. Eastern State Normal Sch., 1901; Teacher, 

1902-03; ad., 1425 Bellevue Blvd., Burlingame, Calif. 
LAVINA SWEETLAND MORGAN (Mrs. I. S. Jones), 1900-01. Born, 

Burnham, Me. Teacher, Hebron Acad., to 1908; ad., Hampton, 

N. H. 
ALICE LOUISE OWEN (Mrs. A. W. Palmer), 1900-02. From Aubum, 

Me. Ad., Haverford, Pa. 
ETHEL MAUD PORTER, 1900-02. A.B., Smith Col. Born, Buxton, 

Me. Ad., Bar Mills, Me. 
CLARE MARTHA RIDEOUT (Mrs. H. A. M. Trickey), 1900-02. 

Born, Garland, Me. Teacher; ad., 19 Grant St., Bangor, Me. 
MARY FRANCIS SMALL, 1900-02. From Cherryfield, Me. 
*MARION ELIZABETH STONE, 1900-02. From Somerville, Mass. 

Teacher, Greenland, N. H.; died. May 28, 1907. 
*MARY BROWN STUART (Mrs. E. L. Allen), 1900-02. Born, Dec. 

9, 1880. Died, Oct. 13, 1918, aged 37. 
BERTHA CAREY WHITTEMORE (Mrs. E. O. Whittier), 1900-04. 

Born, Newton Center, Mass. Library Course, Simmons Col., 1906- 

07; Cataloguer, Univ. Me., 1907-11; ad., 8 Crawford Circle, Wawa- 

sett Park, Wilmington, Del. 

CLASS OF 1905 

SARA ERNESTINE DAVIS, 1901-03. Born, Portland, Me. Asst. 

Treas., Houlton Savings Bank; ad., Houlton, Me. 
SARAH ESTELLE GIFFORD, 1901-04. From North Fairfield, Me. 
ETHEL MAY HIGGINS (Mrs. W. P. Beck), 1901-03. A.B., Mt. 

Holyoke, 1905. Ad., 606 East End Trust Bldg., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
ETHEL ALONA NICHOLSON (Mrs. S. G. Bean), 1901-02. Born, 

Boston, Mass. Ad., Hanover, Mass. 
BERTHA MAY PURINTON (Mrs. Dwight Higgins), 1901-02. Born, 

Litchfield, Me. Ad., Augusta, Me. 
MATTIE EMMA SHAW, 1901-02. From Caribou, Me. 
LULU M. SMITH (Mrs. L. E. Dudley), 1901-04. Born, Caribou, Me. 

Prop. "The Corset Shop", Caribou, Me. 
ELEANOR HARDY STONE (Mrs. A. L. Goodwin), 1901-02. From 

Waterville, Me. Ad., 33 Reading Hill Ave., Melrose Highlands, 

Mass. 
MARION WEBBER (Mrs. H. P. Hayden), 1901-03. From Waterville, 

Me. 
BLANCHE VIOLA WILBER, 1901-04. Born, North New Portland, 

Me. Student, Throop Polytechnic Inst., 1904-05, Pott's Bus. Col., 

1911-12; Teacher, High Sch., Madison, Me., 1905-11; Deering High 

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Non-Graduates — Women 1907 

Sch., Portland, Me., 1912-17; Madison, Me., 1917-18; ad., Madison, 
Me. 
SARAH FLORENCE WYMAN, 1902-03. From Skowhegan, Me. 
Last ad., Skowhegan, Me. 

CLASS OF 1906 

ADELAIDE LOUISE ALLEN (Mrs. B. C. Feenan), 1902-03. Born, 
No. Waterford, Me. Teacher, Westport, Mass., 1903-09; ad., West- 
port Point, Mass. 

ALICE MAY ANGLE, 1902-03. From Waterville, Me. 

HARRIET MAY DRAKE (Mrs. H. W. Kidder), 1902-03. Born, Wat- 
erville, Me. Secy, to Mayor, Waterville, 1905-10; Teacher, High 
Sch., Waterville, 1910-12; ad., Philadelphia, Pa. 

CORA HANNAH FARWELL (Mrs. R. A. Sherwood), 1902-05. Born, 
Bethel, Me. Ad., 15 Beckford St., Salem, Mass. 

EDITH PEARLE JONES (Mrs. H. C. VanWclden), 1902-03. From 
Houlton, Me. Ad., 830 Summer Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. 

JENNIE MAE LINTON (Mrs. W. A. Carter), 1902-04. Born, Little- 
ton, Me. Teacher, Shaw Univ., Raleigh, N. C, 1902-06; Ricker Clas. 
Inst., Houlton, Me., 1906-10; High Sch., Palmer, Mass., 1910-12; 
ad., 755 Wallace Ave., Ruskin Villa, Wilkinsburg, Pa. 

ELLEN ROWENA LOOMIS (Mrs. W. T. Stackpole), 1902-03. Ad., 
6 Cove Court, Rochester, N. H. 

BESSIE ANNA LOU MERRICK (Mrs. A. M. Perley) , 1902-03. From 
Waterville, Me. Ad., 38 Exeter St., Portland, Me. 

JUANITA GRACE RUSSELL, 1902-03. Prom Waterville, Me. 

FLORENCE ELLEN STOVER, 1902-03. From Palmer, Mass. 

ALICE REBECCA TILLEY, 1902-03. Born, Fairfield, Me. Insur- 
ance Clerk, Damariscotta, Me., 1910-12; ad., Jefferson, Me. 



CLASS OF 1907 

RENA MAY ARCHER (Mrs. J. E. Taylor), 1903-06. Born, Fairfield 
Center, Me. Newspaper correspondent, Skowhegan, Me., from 1915. 

JULIA BELLE HALL, 1903-04. From Norridgewock, Me. 

BESSIE HELEN JONES, 1903-04. From Norridgewock, Me. 

BERTHA H. KENNISON, 1903-04. From Waterville, Me. Last ad., 
Waterville, Me. 

HORTENSE WARNER PHILBRICK, 1903-04. Born, Fort Bennett, 
So. Dak. Teacher of music; ad., 92 School St., Springfield, Mass. 

DORA TRACY SIMMONS, 1903-05. From Tenant's Harbor, Me. 

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CLASS OF 1908 

BERTA EDITH BALDWIN, 1904-06. A.B., Brown, 1908. From Coos, 

N. H. Ad., Coos, N. H. 
JEANNETTE HOLMES BALDWIN, 1904-06. A.B., Brown, 1908. 

Born, North Stratford, N. H. Teacher, High Sch., Chesterfield, 

Mass., 1908-09; Ashby, Mass., 1909-12; Gram. Sch., Springfield, 

Mass., 1912-14; High Sch., Norwalk, Conn., 1915; Holyoke, Mass., 

1915-18; Carnegie Inst. Tech., Pittsburgh, Pa., 1918-19; ad., Coos, 

N. H. 
CLARA WILSON BRYANT, 1904-05. Born, Old Town, Me. Student, 

Eric Pape Sch., Boston, 1905-08; Art instructor, 1909-13; Student, 

Pratt Inst., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1913-15; Art Instructor, No. Tona- 

wanda, N. Y., 1915-16; Pleasantville, N. J., 1916-18; Collingswood, 

N. J., 1918- ; ad., 224 Coyle St., Portland, Me. 
PEARL PIERCE CARTER (Mrs. Leander Jackson), 1904-05. From 

Freedom, Me. 
EVELYN ALBERTA CARVER (Mrs. C. L. Canda), 1904-05. From 

Seal Cove, Me. Last ad., Westcliffe, Colo. 
LENA MAY CLARK (Mrs. F. S. Clark), 1904-05. Born, Palermo, Me. 

Teacher, No. New Portland, Me., 1905-06; High Sch., Northfield, Vt., 

1907-09; ad.. Fortress Monroe, Va. 
ALICE LOUISE COLBY, 1904-05. From Topsham,'Me. 
JENNIE COX (Mrs. R. W. Snow), 1904-06. Born, Searsmont, Me. 

Teacher, Hermon Me.; Supt. Sch., 1917-18; ad., Hermon, Me. 
ELIZABETH HELEN FELKER (Mrs. S. W. Rogers), 1904-05. Born, 

Newburyport, Mass. Perry Normal Kindergarten Sch., 1905-07; 

Teacher, Plymouth, Mass., 1907-11; Winnipeg, Man., 1911-16; ad., 

52 Grant St., Bangor, Me. 
ALICE GERTRUDE GRANT, 1904-05. From Yarmouth, Me. Last 

ad., Cumberland Mills, Me. 
CARRIE ELIZABETH HILL (Mrs. M. R. Keyes), 1904-06. Born, 

Machias, Me. Bookkeeper, 1906-07; Teacher, Easton, Me., 1907-09; 

Chesterville, Me., 1916-18; ad., 38 Bedford St., Bath, Me. 
RAGNHILD LILLIAN IVERSEN (Mrs. Nathaniel Tompkins), 1904- 

06. Born, Caribou, Me. Ad., Houlton, Me. 
NORA MEHITABLE LANDER (Mrs. L. B. Hopkins), 1904-07. Born, 

Bingham, Me. Ad., Box 729, Narberth, Penn. 
VIVIAN BETSEY LIBBY, 1904-06. A.B., Smith Col., 1908. Born, 

Smithfield, Me. Dist. Secy., Assoc. Charities, Boston, Mass., 1908-13; 

Supervisor of Dists., Soc. for Organizing Charity, Philadelphia, 

Penn., 1913- ; Special lecturer, Sch. Civics and Philanthropy, Chicago, 

1915, and Sch. Psychiatric Social Work, Smith Col., 1918; Dean, 



Non-Graduates — Women 1909 

Dept. Family Social Work, Penn. Sch. for Social Work, from 1914; 

ad., 620 South Washington Sq., Philadelphia, Penn. 
BERNICE NORTH (Mrs. L. M. Thomas), 1904-05. Born, Auburn, Me. 

Ad., Lewiston, Me. 
JOSEPHINE LEONE NUTTER (Mrs. J. L. Ballard), 1904-05. Born, 

Saco, Me. Ad., Saco, Me. 
*BERNICE MARTHA PACKARD (Mrs. H. H. Bailey), 1904-05. 

Born, Orient, Me., March 22, 1886. Died, Houlton, Me., 1909, 

aged 23. 
MOLLIE ALICE PEARCE (Mrs. F. L. Putnam), 1904-07. Born, Fort 

Fairfield, Me. Teacher, Houlton, Me., 1907-08; ad., Houlton, Me. 
CHARLOTTE HELEN PRESCOTT (Mrs. J. S. Greig) , 1904-05. 

Born, Westford, Mass. Lowell Com. Col., 1908; Bookkeeper, 1908- 

12; res., Westford, Mass. 
LAURA KENDRICK PRESCOTT, 1904-05. Born, Lawrence, Mass. 

Ad., 690 Haverhill St., Lawrence, Mass. 
*ANNE TRAFTON ROBERTS, 1904-08. Born, Caribou, Me., June 

22, 1885; died, Waterville, Me., March 5, 1908, aged 22. 
BERTHA DAMON TEAGUE, 1904-05. Born, Warren, Me. Ad., 

Warren, Me. 
HELEN MERRILL TOZIER, 1904-05. From Skowhegan, Me. 
AGNES BELLE VAUGHAN (Mrs. L. L. Woods), 1904-05. Born, 

Owasco, N. Y. Teacher, 1905-08; ad., 486 Beale St., East Milton, 

Mass. 
AVIS LUELLA WOODS (Mrs. J. A. Paulson), 1904-05. Born, Knox, 

Me. Teacher, Mansfield, Mass., 1907-12; ad., Mansfield, Mass. 

CLASS OF 1909 

BERTHA HANNAH BRYANT, 1905-07. From Freedom, Me. Last 

ad.. Freedom, Me. 
MARTHA ELIZABETH BRYANT, 1905-06. From Berwick, Me. 

Last ad., Berwick, Me. 
MARGARET ANNE CLARKE, 1905-08. From Crouseville, Me. Last 

ad., Crouseville, Me. 
*NETTIE BICKFORD CRANE, 1905-07. From Birch Harbor, Me. 

Died, June, 1911. 
DOROTHY DONNELL (Mrs. H. G. Calhoun), 1905-06. From Kent's 

Hill, Me. 
LaVERNA EATON GIBBS (Mrs. Maxwell), 1905-06. From Liver- 
more Falls, Me. Last ad., 30 Charles St., New York City. 
WINNIBEL GOWER, 1905-06. Born, Solon, Me. Teacher, Livermore, 

Me., 1906-07; Rumford, 1907-08; Madison, 1908-14; Kent's Hill, 

1915-17; Portland, 1917-. 

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MARIAN DUDLEY MAYO, 1905-06. From Fairfield, Me. Last ad., 

Fairfield, Me. 
MAUDE AMANDA MERRILL, 1906-07. From Skowhegan, Me. 
LIZZIE ELLA PHAIR, 1905-06. From Limestone, Me. Last ad., 

Limestone, Me. 
EUNICE ELECTA PLACE, 1905-06. From Derby, Vt. 
IDA MAY PROCTOR (Mrs. F. N. Boston), 1905-06. From Waterville, 

Me. Ad., 22 Dennis St., Gardiner, Me. 
JEANNETTE LOUISE STURTEVANT, 1905-08. Born, Skowhegan, 

Me. Teacher, So. Portland, Me., 1909-10; Bethel, 1910-11; Brewer, 

1911-12; Fairfield, 1912-17; Brewer, 1917-19; ad., 210 Newbury St., 

Boston, Mass. 
OLIVE WOOD TAYLOR, 1905-07. From Spencer, Mass. 
JULIA JEANNETTE WARE, 1905-06. From New Bo.ston, N. H. 

Last ad., New Boston, N. H. 
HARRIET ELIZA WATERMAN, 1905-06. From Portland, Me. 
MARY DEMOREST WEEKS, 1905-06. From Wiscasset, Me. Last 

ad., Wiscasset, Me. 
JESSIE MARGUERITE WHITEHOUSE (Mrs. L. O. Merrill), 1905- 

08. From Winslow, Me. Ad., Dover, N. H. 

CLASS OF 1910 

ADDIE IMOGENE BENNETT, 1906-07. From Danforth, Me. Last 
ad., Danforth, Me. 

JESSIE MOWER BICKFORD (Mrs. Philip Strand), 1906-07. From 
So. Portland. 

AGNES LOUISE BOULIA, 1906-07. A.B., Bates, 1910. Born, Laco- 
nia, N. H. Teacher, Alton, N. H., 1910-12; Bethlehem, N. H., 1912- 
13; Derby, Vt., 1913-16; Randolph, Vt., 1917-19. 

HARRIET ELLEN BROPHY, 1906-07. From Fairfield, Me. Last ad., 
Fairfield, Me. 

GENEVA HAZEL COFFIN, 1906-07. From Ashland, Me. Last ad., 
Ashland, Me. 

IDA MAY CROFF, 1906-07. From Sangerville, Me. 

EVIE WALKER EASTMAN (Mrs. U. J. Hebert), 1906-08. Born, 
Warren, Me. Teacher, Warren, Me., 1908-14; Lyndon Centre, Vt., 
1914-16; Gardiner, Me., 1916-17; St. Johnsbury, Vt, 1917-19; New- 
port, R. I., 1919-20. 

ANNIE LOUISE FOGG, 1906-08. Born, New Boston, N. H. Can- 
vasser, 1909-10; Teacher, Henniker, N. H., 1913; Francistown, N. 
H., 1914; Dartmouth, Mass., 1915-18; Parlin Sch., Everett, Mass., 
1918-. 

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Non-Graduates — Women 1911 

GERTRUDE MAY FRENCH (Mrs. F. L. Packard), 1906-08. A.B., 
Bates, 1911. Born, Farmington, Me. Teacher, 1911-12; ad., 50 
Midland Ave., Montclair, N. J. 

BERTHA ETHEL HAMMOND (Mrs. C. A. Learned), 1906-07. Born, 
Carthage, Me. Ad., Dryden, Me. 

*BERTHA JACKMAN HANSON, 1906-08. From South Windham, 
Me. Deceased. 

HELEN JOY HINCKLEY, 1906-08. From Bluehill, Me. Mass. Genl. 
Hosp., 1910-13; Registered nurse; service in France and Belgium, 
1915-19; ad., Chelsea, Mass. 

NELLIE MAUDE KEENE (Mrs. C. J. Fernald), 1906-07. Born, He- 
bron, Me. Teacher, Hebron, Me., 1908-12; Brunswick, 191.3-14; 
Portland 1914-15; ad., 918 D St., S. W., Washington, D. C. 

EDITH SIMPSON LORD, 1906-07. A.B., Boston Univ., 1912. Born, 
Eliot, Me. Teacher, Williamstown, Mass., 1912-13; Ware, Mass., 
1913-14; Dover, N. H., 1914-16; Mendon, Mass., 1917; Pawtucket, 
R. I., 1917-18; Stamford, Conn., 1918-. 

RACHEL BELLE MARSHALL (Mrs. E. L. Sterling), 1906-07. Born, 
North Anson, Me. Bookkeeper, Madison, Me., 1907-11; Auditing 
Dept., John Hancock Life Ins. Co., Boston, Mass., 1911-15; ad., 
Westbrook, Me. 

*HAZEL LILLIAN MARSTON, 1906-08. From Amherst, N. S. De- 
ceased. 

ELIZABETH MONOHON (Mrs. J. R. Nickels), 1906-07. Born, 
Cherryfield, Me. Teacher, Cherryfield Acad., 1908-10; ad., Portland, 
Me. 

MIRIAM ROSS, 1906-08. From St. John, N. B. 

MILDRED ASHTON STEEL-BROOKE (Mrs. T. W. Ellis), 1906-07. 
A.B., Syracuse, 1910. Born, Clifton Heights, Pa. Teacher, Nunda, 
N. Y., 1910-12; East Aurora, N. Y., 1912-15; ad., 54 Albany Ave., 
Toronto, Ont. 

MAUDE ALLAN WEED, 1906-09. From Portland, Me. Last ad., 
Riverdale, Md. 

GRACE EMMA WHITTIER, 1906-09. From Hempstead, N. H. Last 
ad., Hempstead, N. H. 

RUTH EDSON WOOD (Mrs. G. E. Hebner), 1906-08. Born, East 
Taunton, Mass. Teacher, Jackson Col., Jackson, Miss., 1909-10; ad., 
84 Genesee Park Blvd., Rochester, N. Y. 

CLASS OF 1911 

MARY EMERALD BRADMAN (Mrs. R. G. Mosman), 1907-08, 1909- 

10. Born, Belfast, Me. Teacher, 1910-11; ad.; Belfast, Me. 
HAZEL LYDIA BRECKENRIDGE (Mrs. H. T. Mailey), 1907-09. 



1911 Colby College 

Born, Meriden, Conn. Teacher, 1909-12; ad., 1075 Essex St., Law- 
rence, Mass. 

MARJORIE MILLIKEN BUCKNAM, 1907-08. R.N., Univ. of State 
of New York, 1915. Born, Columbia Falls, Me. Asst. Supt. Hosp., 
Glens Falls, N. Y., 1914-15; Public Health Nurse, Glens Falls, N. 
Y., 1915- ; ad., 4 Park Ave., Glens Falls, N. Y. 

MARIE LOUISE CHASE (Mrs. Cole), 1907-08. Born, Brooks, Me. 
Secy., Y. W. C. A., Portland, Me., 1909-11; N. Y. Sch. Philan- 
thropy, 1911-12; Industrial Secy., Y. W. C. A., Portland, Me., 1912- 
16; Cambridge, Mass., 1916-17; Exec. Indus. Secy., Central Branch 
Y. W. C A., New York City, 1917-. 

HELEN MINERVA DUNLAP (Mrs. P. T. Higgins), 1907-09. Born, 
Lawrence, Mass. Teacher, 1911-18; ad.. Dexter, Me. 

RACHEL ERMINA FELCH, 1907-08, 1909-10. A.B., Boston Univ., 
1914. Prin. High Sch., North Conway, N. H. 

MINNIE ESTELLE FERNALD, 1907-09. Born, Lincolnville, Me. 
Teacher and housekeeper; ad., 46 Summer St., Rockland, Me. 

*SUSIE BEATRICE GREELEY, 1907-08. From Hampden Corner, Me. 
Died, July 20, 1908. 

BETH EVELEEN HAINES, 1907-08. From Waterville, Me. Last 
ad., Waterville, Me. 

MOLLIE FARRAR HANSON, 1907-08. A.B., Smith Col., 1911. 
Teacher, Millbury, Mass., High Sch., 1911-12; Dedham, Mass., 
1912-15, 1916-19, Head Eng. Dept., 1918-19; ad., Calais, Me. 

MARGARET JEAN HARE (Mrs. R. W. Buck), 1907-09. Born, 
Monticello, Me. Teacher, 1909-17; ad., Monticello, Me. 

ALICE DUDLEY HOLMAN (Mrs. H. W. Shedd), 1907-08. A.B., 
Brown, 1911. Dorchester, Mass., Settlement House, 1912-14; ad., 
Newtonville, Mass. 

MARY LUCINDA INGRAM (Mrs. E. L. Quinn), 1907-09. Born, 
Montague, Mass. Teacher, 1909-14; ad.. Salt Lake City, Utah. 

MILDRED MYRA JORDAN, 1907-09. A.B., Smith, 1911. Born, Port- 
land, Me. Teacher, Ontario Ladies' Col., 1911-15; High Sch., Pitts- 
field, Mass., 1913-. 

EVA E. LaCASCE (Mrs. C. W. Walker), 1907-08. Born, Skowhegan, 
Me. 

MARGARET ELIZA LINCOLN, 1907-08. A.B., Boston Univ., 1912. 
Born, Nova Scotia. Teacher, Bradford, Vt., 1912-13; Gorham, Me., 
1913-14; Petersham, Mass., 1914-17; Southbridge, Mass., 1917-19; 
Sharon, Ma.ss., 1919-20; ad., Cohasset, Ma.^s. 

HONOR WENTWORTH LITTLEFIELD (Mrs. H. B. Hallowell), 
.1907-08. Born, Kennebunk, Me. Teacher domestic science. Savan- 
nah, Ga., 1909-11; Sanford, Me., 1911-12; student, Simmons Col., 
1913; Teacher, Worcester, Mass., 1913-17. 

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INEZ DORINDA MACE, 1907-08. From Aurora, Me. Last ad., 

Aurora, Me. 
IRENE DORE NELSON, 1907-08. A.B., Brown, 1911. Born, Denver, 

Colo. Editorial Secy., Amer. Bapt. For. Mis. Soc, Boston, Mass., 

1911-15; Teacher History, High Sch., New Bedford, Mass., 1915- ; 

ad., 50 Plymouth St., New Bedford, Mass. 
ESTHER GERTRUDE ROBINSON, 1907-09. Born, Waterville, Me. 

Student, Oberlin Conservatory; Music teacher; ad., 33 Roberts St., 

Portland, Me. 
GLADYS ANNABEL SIMPSON, 1907-09. From Waterville, Me. 
ELIZABETH LOUISE SPRINGFIELD, 1907-09. Born, Waterville, 

Me. Stenographer; ad., Augusta, Me. 
MILDRED PAULINE STEVENS (Mrs. M. G. Ginn), 1907-08. Born, 

Warren, Me. Teacher, 1908-13; ad., Warren, Me. 
FAYALENE BLANCHE TREFREN, 1907-09, 1910-12. From Wins- 
low, Me. Last ad., Winslow, Me. 
JESSIE ALICE TUPPER, 1907-08. From Waterville, Me. Last ad., 

Waterville, Me. 
INEZ WALLACE (Mrs. R. C. Bridges). Ad., Rutland, Vt. 
HELEN ELIZA WARREN (Mrs. W. H. Cummings) , 1907-09. From 

Woodsville, N. H. Ad., Skowhegan, Me. 

CLASS OF 1912 

VELLA ETTA BARRETT (Mrs. Emmons Stacey) , 1908-09. From 

Bridgewater, Me. Ad., Shirley, Me. 
LESLIE GEORGINA CAMERON, 1908-10. From Newport, R. I. 
JULIA MACOMBER CAMPBELL (Mrs. W. I. Weymouth), 1908-09, 

1910-12. Born, Ellsworth, Me. Teacher, Newport, Me., 1912-16; 

Patten, Me., 1917-18; ad., 440 Ninth St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
MAUD FILES COLLINS, 1908-10. From Caribou, Me. Last ad.. 

Caribou, Me. 
ELLA HETTIE DOW (Mrs. C. M. Harding), 1908-09. Born, Gray. 

Me. Milliner, Brockton, Mass.; ad.. Walnut Hill, Me. 
PAULINE HAMILTON FREEMAN, 1908-10. Born, Hallowell, Me. 

Teacher, High Sch., Hallowell, Me., 1910-11; Potter Acad., Sebago, 

Me., 1911-12; High Sch., Mechanic Falls, Me., 1913; State Sch. for 

Girls, Hallowell, Me., 1913-14; Spelman Sem., Atlanta, Ga., 1914- 

16; Jr. High Sch., Belmont, Mass., 1916-. 
LAURA MARION GETCHELL, 1908-10. From Bucksport, Me. Last 

ad., Bucksport, Me. 
CARRIE ESTELLA GILE, 1908-10. Born, Alfred, Me. Teacher; ad., 

Alfred, Me, 



1912 Colby College 

GERTRUDE WOODCOCK HAINES (Mrs. J. Clark), 1908-09, 1910-12. 
From Waterville, Me. Ad., Waterville, Me. 

BEATRICE LEONA HAYCOCK, 1908-09. From Cherryfield, Me. 
Last ad., Cherryfield, Me. 

LINNIEON JUNE HIGGINS, 1908. Born, Corinna, Me. Ad., Dex- 
ter, Me. 

RUTH EMILY HUMPHRIES, 1908-10. A.B., Mt. Holyoke, 1913; 
D.O., Amer. Sch. Osteopathy, 1917. Born, Bath, Me. Teacher, 
Patchogue, N. Y., 1913-14; Osteopathic physician, 681 Main St., 
Waltham, Mass. 

ROSE BLANCHE LaBONTE, 1908-10. Born, Westbrook, Me. Teach- 
er, one year; Asst. Secy., Me. Automobile Assn., Portland, Me.; ad., 
Westbrook, Me. 

HARRIET LINCOLN LAWLER (Mrs. C. E. Davis), 1908-11. Born, 
Baileyville, Me. Ad., Eastport, Me. 

EDITH ROSE LENHART, 1908-10. From Bedford, Mass. Ad., Bed- 
ford, Mass. 

ANNE ELIZABETH McKECHNIE, 1908-09. A.B., Western Col. for 
Women, 1914; A.M., Syracuse, 1917. Born, Saco, Me. Inst. Science, 
High Sch., Waldoboro, Me., 1914-16; Inst. Biology, Deering High 
Sch., Portland, Me., 1917- ; War Work Council, Y. W. C. A.; ad., 
Saco, Me. 

HELEN CELIA MARSH, 1908-11. Born, Bradley, Me. N. E. Con- 
servatory, Boston, 1913-14; Teacher Music, Guilford and Monson, 
Me., 1914-17; Public entertainments; ad., Guilford, Me. 

HELEN MARGARET NICHOLS (Mrs. C. W. Bundy), A.B., Smith 
Col., 1912. Teacher, Thornton Acad., Saco. Me., 1912-17; ad.. Fort 
Mills, P. I. 

OLIVE ELLEN PERKINS, 1908-09. From Hallowell, Me. Last ad., 
Hallowell, Me. 

ANNE C. BOYD POMEROY, 1908-09. Born, Oak Bay, N. B. Teach- 
er; ad., 14.5 Maple St., New Britain, Conn. 

LOUISE BROOKS POWERS, 1908-10. A.B., Radcliffe, 1912. Born, 
Agawam, Mass. Social service, 1912-18; Red Cross Home Service, 
1918- ; ad., Granville Stage, Westfield, Mass. 

HELEN MARGUERITE RECORD (Mrs. L. B. Whitehouse) 1908-09. 
Born, Jay, Me. Ad., 813 15th St., Lynchburg, Va. 

MYRTIE LOUISE RUMERY, 1908-10. Born, West Jonesport, Me. 
Teacher; ad., 17 Fillmore Place, Gardiner, Me. 

*BESSIE ROSS SANBORN (Mrs. C. R. Weymouth), 1908-09. Born, 
Newport, Me., March 9, 1888. Died, Newport, Me., May 17, 1913, 
aged 25. 

SARAH LeBROKE SANDERS, 1909-10 From Foxcroft, Me. Last 
ad., Foxcroft, Me. 

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Non-Graduates — Women 1913 

AMBER ALICE SLIPP, 1908-10. From Bridgewater, Me. Last ad., 

Bridgewater Center, Me. 
ELIZABETH RAE SLOAT, 1908-09. From Presque Isle, Me. Last 

ad., 24 Freeman St., Wollaston, Mass. 
FREDA ALLENE SNOW, 1908-10. Born, Rockport, Me. Teacher, 

Columbia Falls, Me., 1911-13; Alfred, Me., 191.3-15; Ridlonville, Me., 

1916-19; ad., Freeport, Me. 
HARRIET ROBINSON WILLIAMS, 1908-09. Born, Thomaston, Me. 

Stenographer; ad., Thomaston, Me. 
JEANNETTE WINCHESTER, 1908-10. Born, Corinna, Me. Ad., 

Corinna, Me. 
DONNA LILLIAN YEATON, 1908-09. A.B., Bates, 1912. Born, 

Belgrade, Me. Teacher; last ad., Port Jervis, N. Y. 

CLASS OF 1913 

GENEVIEVE BARKER, 1909-10, 1912-13. Born, Norway, Me. 
Stenographer; ad., Norway, Me. 

EVA WILSON CLARK, 1909-10. From Lubec, Me. Last ad., Lubec, 
Me. 

NETTIE MARGARET GOSS, 1909-10. Born, Charleston, Me. Asst., 
High Sch., Frankfort, Me., 1910-11; Monroe, Me., 1911-12; Brown- 
ville Jet, Me., 1912-13, and Prin., 1913-14; Asst. Acad., Bridge- 
water, Me., 1914-16; Prin. High Sch., Penobscot, Me., 1916-19; Pre- 
ceptress, Parsonsfield Sem., 19 19-; ad., Kezar Falls, Me. 

FLORENCE FRANCES HAYNES (Mrs. C. A. Peirce) , 1909-10. Born, 
Hardwick, Mass. Teacher; ad., Bradford, Me. 

FLORENCE INGERSOLL (Mrs. E. E. Fleming), 1909-10. Born, 
Houlton, Me. Stenographer; ad., 26 North Arlington Ave., East 
Orange, N. J. 

GLADYS EREDENE KNOWLTON, 1909-10. From Waterville, Me. 

ETTA ELIZABETH LAFFATY (Mrs. J. U. Haley), 1909-10. Born, 
Caribou, Me. Teacher, 1910-12; Bank clerk, 1912-13; Bookkeeper, 
1913; ad.. Route No. 1, Caribou, Me. 

ELLA KELSEY LITCHFIELD, 1909-11. Born, Scarboro, Me. 
Teacher, High Sch., Scarboro, Me., 1911-18; Acad., Bradford, Vt, 
19 18-. 

KIT:TIE MAE NASON (Mrs. R. H. Small), 1909-10. Prom Water- 
ville, Me. Last ad., Waterville, Me. 

RENA CASWELL SHORES (Mrs. N. W. Spiller), 1909-10, 1913-14. 
Teacher, 1912-13, 1914-17; ad., Oakland, Me. 

EDITH RAE SKELTON, 1909-10. From West Brooksville, Me. La.=;t 
ad., West Brooksville, Me. 

ANNETTE APOLLONIA SMITH, 1909-10. From Marblehead, Mass. 



1913 Colby College 

E. MARGUERITE WEBBER (Mrs. E. P. Lander), 1909- 

Waterville, Me. Ad., Maiden, Ma.ss. 
MAY ISABELLE WYMAN, 1909-10. From Howland, Me. 



CLASS OF 1914 

LUCIE FAY BARROWS, 1910-13. Born, Norway, Me. Nasson Inst., 

1915. Employment work, Lunn & Sweet Shoe Co., 1915-17; Cuah- 

man Mollis Co., 1917- ; ad., 112 Spring St., Auburn, Me. 
KATHARINE BOWEN, 1910-11. A.B., Smith Col., 1914. Born, 

Camden, N. J. Teacher, Oak Grove Sem., 1914-16; High Sch., 

Wayne, Pa., 1916-17; New Haven, Conn., 1917-19; ad., 330 Summit 

Ave., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 
LAURA AUGUSTA BRAGDON, 1910-12. Born, Westbrook, Me. 

Cashier, Westbrook Elec. Co., Westbrook, Me. 
ELNA ASINATH CAMPBELL (Mrs. E. M. Smith), 1910-11, 1912-13. 

Born, Mexico, Me. Ad., Rangeley, Me. 
LOUISE DRUMMOND (Mrs. G. L. Beach) 1910-11. Born, Waterville, 

Me. Ad., New Bedford, Mass. 
MARCIA JENNIE FARRAR (Mrs. B. F. Mclntire), 1910-12. Born, 

Wellington, Me. Teacher, Kingman and Abbot, Me.; ad., Dexter, 

Me. 
HENRIETTA CARVER GILKEY (Mrs. H. L. Cook), 1910-11. Born, 

Searsport, Me. Teacher, Deer Isle and Hampden, Me.; ad., Preston, 

Cuba. 
GERTRUDE ELIZABETH GRANT, 1910-12. A.B., Oskaloosa Col., 

1917. Teacher commercial branches; ad., Armstrong, 111. 
GRACE HUTCHINSON, 1910-11. From Madison, Me. Last ad., Madi- 
son, Me. 
FRANCES LOUISE JOSE, 1910-11. Born, Portland,. Me. Boston 

Univ., 1911-12. Teacher; last ad.. South Portland, Me. 
EDITH LOUNSBURY KLEIN (Mrs. G. F. Wilson), 1910-11. Born, 

Wenham, Mass.; ad., Winthrop, Me. 
MILDRED ESTELLE LANE, 1910-12. Born, Hallowell, Me. Teacher, 

New Sharon, Me., 1912-13; Bradford, Me., 1913-14; Cornish, Me., 

1914-17; Yarmouth, Me., 1917-. 
IRMA ADELE LEONARD, 1910-11. Born, Presque Isle, Me. Teacher; 

Bookkeeper, Milo Electric Light & Power Co.; Clerk, Kineo Trust- Co , 

Milo, Me. 
ETHEL CELIA McEWEN, 1910-11. From Waterville, Me. Last ad., 

Waterville, Me. 
MARY MARJORIE MEADER (Mrs. D. S. Lucier), 1910-12. Born, 

Waterville, Me. Special writer and staff reporter, Boston Herald, 

1916-18; ad., Bo.ston, Mass. 

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Non-Graduates — Women 1915 

HAZEL ALBERTA MERRILL (Mrs. F. A. Marsh), 1910-12. Born, 
Waterville, Me. Teacher, 1916; ad., Waterville, Me. 

JEAN MAE MILLIONS, 1910-12. Born, Westbrook, Me. Stenogra- 
pher; ad., Cumberland Mills, Me. 

GERTRUDE FRANCES PHILBRICK, 1910-13. A.B., Smith Col., 
1918. Born, Sackett's Harbor, N. Y. Teacher, Modern Lang., Tem- 
pleton, Mass., 1918-19; Tovmshend, Vt., 1919- ; ad., 92 School St., 
Springfield, Mass. 

LYNNETTE LOVINIA PHILBRICK (Mrs. W. R. Witham), 1910-12. 
Born, East Corinth, Me.; ad., 376 Park Ave., Leonia, N. J. 

EVA ISABELLE PRATT (Mrs. R. E. Owen), 1910-11. Born, Clinton, 
Me. Prin. High Sch., South Thomaston, Me., 1912-13; Ei'skine 
Acad., 1913-14; Preceptress, 1914-18; Dean of Girls, Oak Grove Sem., 
1918- ; ad., Vassalboro, Me. 

SOPHIE PRATT (Mrs. J. C. Bostelmann, Jr.), 1910-11. A.B., Smith 
Col., 1914. Born, Corning, N. Y. Teacher of piano, Toledo Inst, of 
Musical Art.; ad., 1207 Jefferson Ave., Toledo, 0. 

ABBIE KENDALL SHERMAN, 1910-12. Born, Hampden, Me. Teach- 
er, Kingman, Me., 1914-15; Old Town, Me., 1915-16; Bookkeeper, Old 
Town, Me., 1916-. 

MILDRED BELLE SMYTH (Mrs. P. M. Proctor), 1910-11. Born, 
Keene, N. H. Teacher, 1911-13; Social service, 1916; ad., 14 Hood 
St., Newton, Mass. 

MARION ESTELLE SPRINGFIELD, 1910-12. Born, Waterville, Me. 
Cambridge, Mass., Hosp., 1915-18; Graduate nurse; ad., Waterville, 
Me. 

IRMA ELVIRA WILBER, 1910-11. Born, Madison, Me. Potts Bus. 
Col., Pasadena, Calif., 1911-12; Stenographer; ad., Madison, Me. 

CHISIE ELLEN YOUNG, 1910-11. From Warren, Me. 



CLASS OF 1915 

KATHLEEN THERESA BAXTER, 1911-12. Born, Waterville, Me. 
Teacher; ad., Waterville, Me. 

MERLE BOWLER (Mrs. G. G. Stetson), 1911-13. Born, Waterville, 
Me. Ad., Mentor, 0. 

HELEN RUTH BRICKETT (Mrs. W. J. Rideout), 1911-12. Born, 
Levant, Me. Teacher, High Sch., Hollis, Me., 1912-14; ad., Guil- 
ford, Me. 

LEONORA ROXANA DYER (Mrs. R. M. Whelden), 1911-14. Born, 
Charleston, Me. Ad., 438 Main St., Cumberland Mills, Me. 

LIZZIE FRANCES HOWLAND (Mrs. C. M. Waldron), 1911-13. Born, 
Wilton, Me. Ad., Wilton, Me. 

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NELLIE L. LIGHTBODY, 1911-12. From Wateiville, Me. Teacher; 
ad., Waterville, Me. 

ANNIE ARDELLA McKENZIE (Mrs. M. T. Goodrich), 1911-13. Born, 
Stonington, Me. Teacher, High Sch., Bingham, Me., 1913-15; ad., 
Jay, Me. 

*RUTH HARRIET MANSON, 1911-13. Born, North Anson, Me., 
April 10, 1893. Died, Dec. 16, 1916, aged 23. 

ROSA SHAYEB, 1911-12. From Boston, Mass. 

*EDNA LOUISE STEVENS, 1911-13. From Portland, Me. Died, 
Portland, Me., June, 1914. 

AMY JULIET TILDEN, 1911-12. Born, Boston, Mass. Graduate 
nurse; ad., Mass. Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary, Boston, Mass. 

GLADYS EMILY WARREN, (Mrs. Radebaugh), 1911-13. From Wat- 
erville, Me. 

GRACE EIGHT WELLS (Mrs. A. A. Thompson), 1911-13. Born, Clin- 
ton, Me. Ad., Waterville, Me. 

MARION WHIPPLE (Mrs. W. R. Tuscan), 1911-13. Born, Madison, 
Me. Teacher, Somerset Acad., Athens, Me., 1914-18; ad., Solon, Me. 

RUTH ELIZABETH WHITMAN (Mrs. M. F. Gushing), 1911-13. 
Born, Bangor, Me. Ad., 125 Grove St., Bangor Me. 

RUTH MARION YOUNG, 1911-13. A.B., Syracuse, 1916. Teacher, 
Lyndonville, N. Y., 1916-18; Sea Cliff, N. J., 1918- ; ad., 117 Elm St., 
Saco, Me. 



CLASS OF 1916 

RUTH FRANCIS BRACKETT, 1912-13, 1914-15. Born, South Union, 
Me. Simmons Col., 1917-18; Teacher; Stenographer; Secretary; ad., 
Warren, Me. 

ELEANOR FRANCES BRADLEE (Mrs. P. D. Mitchell), 1912-14. 
Born, Concord, N. H. Teacher, South Berwick, Me., 1915; Dresden, 
Me., 1915-16; Ludlow, Mass., 1916-17; ad., 65 Sherman St., Port- 
lann. Me. 

RUTH CLEMENT DRESSER, 1913-14, 1917-18. From Milbridge, Me. 
Last ad., Milbridge, Me. 

HAZEL IRENE FLETCHER (Mrs. H. D. Eaton), 1912-13. From 
Waterville, Me. Ad., Waterville, Me. 

ESTHER MATTHEWS OILMAN (Mrs. E. E. Yorke), 1912-14. Born, 
Hallowell, Me. Teacher, Jr. High Sch., Hallowell, Me., 1914; Gram. 
Sch., Fairfield, Me., 1915-16; ad., 58 Academy St., Hallowell, Me. 

MARION PEARLE GREENE (Mrs. E. H. Locke), 1912-14. Born, 
Madison, Me. Wellesley Col.; Chicago Tribtnn; 1916-17; ad., Madi- 
son, Me. 



Non-Graduates — Women 1917 

MADELINE VIRGINIA HARRINGTON (Mrs. F. A. Peterson), 1912- 
13. Born, Springfield, Mass. Ad., Pittsfield, Mass. 

CLARA FRANCES HEATH (Mrs. 0. Lawry), 1912-13. From Water- 
ville, Me. 

MAUDE EDNA HUCKINS (Mrs. F. C. Webster), 1912-13. Born, 
Eastport, Me. Parmington Normal Sch., 1915-16; Teacher, East- 
port, Me., 1914-15; Springfield, Mass., 1916-17; So. Manchester, 
Conn., 1917-18; Stamford, Conn., 1918-19; ad., Albamont Farms, 
Campton, N. H. 

ANNA LAURA JOHNSTON (Mrs. T. H. Hutchins), 1912-13. Born, 
Perry, Me. Teacher, 1913-18; ad., R. F. D. 2, North Anson, Me. 

CLAIRE MARIE McINTIRE, 1912-13. From Solon, Me. Grad., Posse 
Sch. Gymnastics, 1918; Supervisor gymnastics, Ardmore, Pa.; ad., 
379 Greene Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

HELEN MARR, 1912-13. Born, Winslow, Me. Last ad., Waterville, 
Me. 

GLADYS BELLE MESERVEY, 1912-13. Born, Vassalboro, Me. Ad., 
Melrose Highlands, Mass. 

EVA ROBY, 1912-13. Born, So. Columbia, N. H. Teacher, Columbia, 
N. H., 1914; Raymond, Me., 1915-17; Phippsburg, Me., 1917-18; 
Harpswell, Me., 1919; Seymour, Conn., 1919- ; ad., No. Stratford, 
N. H. 

FLORENCE STOBIE (Mrs. Donald Woodward), 1912-13. Born, Wins- 
low, Me. Ad., LeRoy, N. Y. 

MILDRED OSBORNE TILDEN, 1912-13. Born, Boston, Mass. Reg- 
istered nurse; Base Hosp., Camp Devens; A. E. F., France; ad., 
Hallowell, Me. 

MARIAN WHEELER TOWNE (Mrs. C. R. Hopkins), 1912-14. Born, 
Winslow, Me. Trade Sch. for Girls, Boston, Mass., 1914-15; last ad., 
Waterville, Me. 

EDITH WENTWORTH VERRILL (Mrs. J. M. Hatch), 1912-13. Born, 
Minot, Me. Teacher, 1913-16; ad., Minot, Me. 

ETHEL CORNELIA WEEKS (Mrs. Edwin Stephen), 1912-13. Born, 
Warren, N. H. Ad., Stewart Valley, Saskatchewan, Can. 

ELEANOR GERTRUDE WELCH (Mrs. G. F. Joy), 1912-14. Born, 
Revere, Mass. Ad., 9 Spring St., Westbrook, Me. 

MARION ELIZABETH WYMAN (Mrs. W. R. Sim), 1912-14. Born, 
Augusta, Me. Teacher, Foxboro State Hosp., Mass., 1916-18; ad.. 
West Foxboro, Mass. 



CLASS OF 1917 

ATTALENA ATKINS, 1913-17. Born, Dexter, Me. Library asst., 
1918; Dexter Trust & Banking Co., from 1918; ad.. Dexter, Me. 



1917 Colby College 

MILDRED LUCILLE BARTON (Mrs. D. B. Flood), 1913-14. Born, 

Waterville, Me. Ad., 90 Shore Drive, Winthrop, Mass. 
FLORENCE LINDA CAIN, 1913-15. From Clinton, Me. 
HELEN MILDRED CLARK, 1913-14. B.S., Simmons, 1917. Born, 

Madison, Me. Asst., Pub. Lib., South Bend., Ind., 1918-19; Pub. Lib., 

Seattle, Wash., 1919-. 
ETTA lOLA HASKELL, 1913-16. Born, Brockton, Mass. Ad., Oxford, 

Me. 
RUTH JANET HUSSEY (Mrs. C. H. Fredrickson), 1913-14. From 

Rochester, N. H. Ad., 4443 No. Robey St., Chicago, 111. 
EVIE MAE LEARNED (Mrs. S. B. Miller), 1913-14. Born, Anson, Me. 

Ad., 24 Pilgrim Parkway, Quincy, Mass. 
MABEL CECILE MORRISETTE, 1913-14. From Worcester, Mass. 

Last ad., 36 Westminster St., Worcester, Mass. 
CLARA MAY MORTON, 1913-14. From Gorham, Me. 
KATHARINE CUMMINS MOULTON, 1913-16. From Cumberland 

Center, Me. 
EDNA MAY PEABODY (Mrs. H. A. Strout), 1913-15. Born, Milan, 

N. H. Ad., 117 Emery St., Berlin, N. H. 
VIVIEN SMALL (Mrs. J. J. Sullivan), 1913-14. Born, Deer Isle, Me. 

Ad., Freedom, Me. 
MARIE FRANCES STANLEY, 1913-16. A.B., Boston Univ., 1917. 

From Hallowell, Me. Asst. 1917-18, and Prin., 1918-19, McGaw 

Normal Inst., Reed's Ferry, N. H.; Asst., High Sch., Braintree, 

Mass., 1919-. 
FRANCES ELIZABETH WHEET, 1913-14. Born, Steven's Point, 

Wis. Music student and Settlement worker. New York City, 1917- 

19; Social Secy., Westbrook Girls' Social Club, Westbrook, Me., 1919-. 



CLASS OF 1918 

HAZEL E. BARNEY, 1914-16. From Springfield, Mass. China Inland 

Mis., Yangchow, China. 
MARION EUSTIS BUZZELL, 1914-16. Born, Monument Beach, Mass. 

Bookkeeper, Houlton, Me., 1916-17; Teacher, Acad., Bridgewater, 

Me., 1917; High Sch., Houlton, Me., 1917-18; Asst. Mgr., Houlton 

Furniture Co., Houlton, Me., 1918-. 
ANNIE MABEL CASWELL, 1914-16. Born, Skowhegan, Me. Office 

work; ad., Skowhegan, Me. 
HAZEL ELEANOR COBB, 1914-17. Born, Gardiner, Me. Teacher, 

Orr's Island, Me., 1917-18; Rye, N. H., 191S-. 
CHARLOTTE OILMAN, 1914-15. From Augusta, Me. 
HAZEL EDITH LOANE, 1914-18. From Fort Fairfield, Me. 

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Non-Graduates — Women 1919 

MARIE LOUISE MERRILL (Mis. G. H. Rupp), 1914-16, 1917-18. 

A.B., Dickinson Col., 1919. Born, Skowhegan, Me. Ad., 17 N. 

Mountain Ave., Montclair, N. J. 
GRACE DRISKO PATTANGALL (Mrs. A. W. Abbott), 1914-16. Born, 

Machias, Me. Ad., Augusta, Me. 
VIOLET MADELIN SHAW, 1914-17. A.B., Boston Univ., 1918. Born, 

Caribou, Me. Clerk, Civil Service Com.; ad., 1845 Ontario PI., 

Washington, D. C. 
BERTHA LANE TERRY, 1914-15. Born, Waterville, Me. Ad., Wat- 

erville. Me. 
MOLLIE EMMA TREAT (Mrs. R. W. King), 1914-16. Born, Monson, 

Me. Ad., 5 Reservoir St., Dover, N. H. 
LYDA LARRIMORE TURNER, 1914-17. From Waterville, Me. 
GLADYS ADELAIDE WELCH, 1914-16. From Waterville, Me. Last 

ad., Waterville, Me. 



CLASS OF 1919 

GERTRUDE MAUDE ALLISON, 1915-16. From North Jay, Me. 
MINERVA BRADSTREET, 1915-16. Born, Bridgewater, Me. Stu- 
dent, Brooklyn Hosp., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
DOROTHY M. CHURCHILL, 1915-16. From Milo, Me. 
MILDRED COOK, 1915-17. From Waterville, Me. 
MARION EDNA COPELAND, 1915-16. Born, South Warrsn, Me. 

Teacher, Brooklin, Me., 1916-17, 1918-19; Union, Me., 1917-18, 1919-. 
NELLIE CHRISTINE DAVIS (Mrs. A. C. Spiller), 1915-17. Born, 

Westbrook, Me. Teacher, High Sch., Porter, Me., 1917-18; Ogden, 

Utah, 1918-19; ad., Westbrook, Me. 
MILDRED ELLA DUNHAM, 1915-16. Born, Waterville, Me. Ad., 

225 N. Gramercy PL, Los Angeles, Calif. 
HARRIET EATON (Mrs. A. R. Rogers), 1915-18. Born, Waterville, 

Me. Ad., Waterville, Me. 
ALBERTA LURANA GETCHELL (Mrs. C. L. Pierce), 1915-18. Born, 

East Dover, Me. Ad., 473 Hammond St., Bangor, Me. 
MARTHA ELIZABETH GREGORY, 1915-16. Born, Glen Cove, Me. 

Teacher, 1916-19; Accounting Dept., United Shoe Machinery Co.; 

ad., 80 Lafayette Park, Lynn, Mass . 
CLARA MAE HARVEY (Mrs. Andrew Young), 1915-17. Born, 

Charleston, Me. Teacher, Verona, Me., 1916-17; Bucksport, Me., 

1918-19; ad., Rockport, Me. 
MARGARET HOFFMAN, 1915-17. Born, Warwick, N. Y. Packard 

Bus. Sch., New York City, 1917-18; Secy., New York City, 1918-19; 

Teacher, Seguin Sch., Orange, N. J. 

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RUTH CAROLYN HOLBROOK, 1915-17. Born, Vanceboro, Me. Grad. 
Art Seh., 1919; Designer; ad., 19 Audrey Ave., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

MILDRED ALLEN JORDAN, 1915-17. From Winter Harbor, Me. 

EMILY KELLEY, 1915-16. A.B., N. Y. State CoL for Teacher.s 1919. 
Born, Brewster, N. Y. Teacher; ad., Newport, N. Y. 

JOSEPHINE B. KETCHUM, 1915-17. From Houlton, Me. 

BERTHA HORTENSE PEASLEY, 1915-17. From Jonesport, Me. 

PHILLIS G. PRESCOTT, 1915-17. From Augusta, Me. 

MARGARET LOUISE PUTNAM, 1915-17. Bom, Oakfleld, Me. Teach- 
er, Ashland, Me., 1917-18; Limestone, Me., 1918-. 

ALMIRA SCHAUBEL (Mrs. C. F. Morgan), 1915-16. Born, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Pierce Bus. Sch., Philadelphia, 1916-17; With J. C. 
Caldwell & Co., Philadelphia, Pa., 1917-18; ad., 1906 W. Tioga St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

MARGARET TOTMAN, 1915-16. Born, Fairfield, Me. Leland Powers 
Sch., Boston, Mass., 1916-18. Asst. High Sch., Harrington, Me., 
1918; Prin. Gram. Sch., Shawmut, Me., 1918-19; Inst, Oak Grove 
Sem., Vassalboro, Me., 1919-. 

MARION JOSEPHINE WILLIAMS, 1915-16. From Houlton, Me. 



THEOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT 



GRADUATES 



Note: The following names of those who had completed the course 
of study in the Theological Department are reprinted from the Triennial 
Catalogue published in 1825. 

CLASS OF 1820 

*MICHAEL CARLTON. Bluehill, Me. Pastor, Hopkinton, N. H., to 
1832. 

*SAMUEL FOGG. Born, Raymond, N. H., March 9, 1797. Pastor, 
Thomaston, Me., 1821-26; Greene, 1828-31; E. Winthrop, 1831-36; 
Missionary in Maine; died, Monmouth, Me., Oct. 18, 1868, aged 82. 

*EBENEZER NELSON. Born, Providence, R. L, Nov. 9, 1787. Pas- 
tor, Lynn, Mass., 1820-27; W. Cambridge, 1828-34; Sec. No. Bapt. Ed. 
Soc, 1834-37; Pastor, Middleboro, 1837-50; Agent, Newton TheoL 
Inst., 1827-28, and 1850-51; died, Lynn, Mass., April 7, 1852, aged 64. 



CLASS OF 1821 

*SAMUEL COOK. Born, Eastham, Mass., 1791. Ordained, Effingham, 
N. H.; Pastor, Brentwood, Hampton Falls, Hopkinton, Meredith, and 
Dunbarton, N. H.; Agent, N. H. Bapt. Conv.; Chaplain, N. H. State 
Prison; died. Concord, N. H., Feb. 15, 1872, aged 81. 



CLASS OF 1822 

*JOHN ATWOOD, A.M., 1832. Born, Hudson, N. H., Oct. 3, 1795. 
Pastor, New Bo.ston, N. H., 1825-36; Francestown, 1 year; Hillsboro, 
7 years; State Treasurer, N. H., 1847-53; Chaplain, N. H. State 
Prison; died. New Boston, N. H., April 28, 1873, aged 77. 

*HENRY STANWOOD. Born, Newburyport, Mass., Oct. 21, 1798. 
Teacher, China Acad., Mc., 1822-23; Pastor, Bapt. Ch., Lyme, Conn., 
1824-26; Bristol, 1826-33; Hartford, 1833-35; Bookseller, Rochester, 
N. Y., 1837-38; Pastor, Rush, N. Y., 1836-48; Supply, Fairport, 2 
years; Rochester, 2 years; from 1855, resident, Kalamazoo, Mich., 

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and ch. supply in Mich.; died, Kalamazoo, Mich., Nov. 7, 1883, 
aged 85. 
*JOHN C. WELCH. Pastor, Warren, R. I., 1823-40; Seekonk, Mass., 
from 1840. 

CLASS OF 1823 

*SAMUEL EVERETT. 

CLASS OF 1824 

♦WILLIAM ROWEN. Pastor, Edgarton, Mass., 1828; Norwalk, Conn., 

before 1840. 
*SILAS KENNEY. Pastor, Bellingham, Mass., 1828. 

CLASS OF 1825 

*JOHN BILLINGS. Pastor, Addison, Me., 1826-44; No. Livermore, 
1845-46; Addison, 1846-49; Mt. Vernon, 1849-56; Norridgewock, 
1856-58; Parkman, 1861-64; Member Bd. Trustees, 1840-43; died, 
Fayette, Me., Dec. 20, 1864, aged 66. 

*CALEB CLARK. 

*EZRA GOING. Pastor, Sidney, Me., 1827-29; died, Granville, 0., Dec. 
26, 1863, aged 68. 

*WHITMAN METCALF. Born, Royalston, Mass., Nov. 16, 1797. Or- 
dained, 1825. Missy, in New York; Pastor, Sardinia, N. Y., Albion, 
N. Y.; Finan. Secy., N. Y. Bapt. State Conv.; Pastor, Brockport, N. 
Y., 1844-48; Springville, 1850-54; Nunda, 1854-63; died, Nunda, N. 
Y., Nov. 7, 1877, aged 80. 

*OREN TRACY, A.M., 1832. Pastor, East Stoughton, Mass., 1825; 
Fitchburg, Athol; New London, N. H.; Newport; died, Greenfield, 
Mass., Sept. 6, 1863, aged 65. 



NON-GRADUATES 



CLASS OF 1825 

*JOHN W. HOLMAN, 1824-25. Born, Canaan, Me., 1805. Ordained 
and pastor of Christian Chs. in Maine, N. B., Philadelphia, and 
Boston; Pastor Free Baptist Churches 15 years; Pastor Baptist Ch., 
Mystic River, Conn.; Norwich, Conn.; N. Y. and Me.; Franklin, 
Mass., and No. Stonington, Conn.; died. No. Stonington, Conn., May 
16, 1873, aged 68. 

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*ROYAL CRAFTS SPAULDING, 1824-26. Born, Plainfield, N. H., 
July 29, 1800. Pastor, Levant, Me., 1826-34; East Corinth, Me., 
1834-43; Missy, Me. Bapt. Missy. Conv., Houlton, Me., from 1843; 
died, Houlton, Me., Sept. 1, 1880, aged 80. 

*JAMES M. TAPPAN, 1824-26. From Newburyport, Mass. 

''GIBSON WILLIAMS, 1824-25. From Bristol, England. 



CLASS OF 1826 

•^ AARON BURBANK, 1825-26. From Lancaster, Mass. 

''JAMES GILPATRICK, 1825-26. A.M., 1833. Pastor, Bluehill, Me., 
1829-45; Topsham, Me., 1845-52; in Kansas, 1856-59; Trustee, 
Waterville Col., 1834-56; died, Bluehill, Me., Oct. 14, 1865, aged 64. 



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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 



GRADUATES 



Note: The following names of those who received the degree of 
Doctor of Medicine after completing the course of study at the Clinical 
School of Medicine at Woodstock, Vt., then connected with the College, 
are taken from the Triennial Catalogue published in 1834. 



CLASS OF 1830 

*CALVIN ALLEN, M. D. From Weston, Vt. 

^LEONARD BASTON, M.D. From Weston, Vt. 

*JOHN F. CARPENTER, M.D. Settled at Lawrence, N. Y. 

*WILLARD PUTNAM GIBSON, M.D. Settled at Woodstock, Vt. 

"ABRAHAM HARDING, M.D. From Woodstock, Vt. 

*ISAAC MINARD, M.D. Settled at Hartland, Vt. 

*STILLMAN RALPH, M.D. From Reading, N. Y. 

"JAMES RICE, M.D. From Whitefield, N. Y. 

*OLIVER RUSS, M.D. Settled at Pomfret, Vt. 

*NATHAN H. THOMAS, M.D. Died, 1881, at Stowe, Vt. 

*ERASMUS WILSON, M.D. From Hartland, Vt. 



CLASS OF 1831 

*ORSAN M. ALLABAN, M.D. 
*HORACE AUSTIN, M.D. 
*VOLNEY CHURCH, M.D. 
*JONATHAN C. HALL, M.D. 
*FREDERICK L. KIDDER, M.D. 
*WILLARD KELSEY, M.D. 
*JOB G. LITTLEFIELD, M.D. 
*JEREMIAH F. MILLER, M.D. 



Medical Department 



*DALSON MORTON, M.D. 
*LEWIS PATCH, M.D. 
*ROYAL SHARP, M.D. 
*GUY STAUGHTON, M.D. 
*AARON SUMNER, M.D. 
*WILLIAM F. TILTON, M.D. 
*BERKELEY 0. TYLER, M.D. 
*WILLARD A. WATKINS, M.D. 



CLASS OF 1832 

*WILLIAM R. ADAMS, M.D. 

*JOEL ANGER, M.D. Settled at Haverhill, N. H. 

"EDWARD BARTON, M.D. 

*J. M. G. BLODGET, M.D. From Somers, Conn. 

*ISAAC D. CARPENTER, M.D. From Strafford, Vt. 

*SENECA CARTER, M.D. Settled at Plymouth, Vt. 

*IRA CLEMENT, M.D. From Cornish, N. H. 

^OLIVER J. CORBIN, M.D. From Newport, N. H. 

*HIRAM CRANDALL, M.D. Physician, Burlington, Vt. 

*SANFORD EMERY, M.D. 

*PHINEHAS FLETCHER, M,D. From Saratoga, N. Y. 

*CHARLES HOIT, M.D. From Deerfield, Mass. 

*A. HARTWELL JAQUITH, M.D. From Ashby, Mass. 

*W. B. LINCOLN, M.D. From Peru, Vt. 

*WILLIAM M. LYMAN, M.D. From Schenectady, N. Y. 

*THOMAS B. MARSTON, M.D. From Concord, N. H. 

*HORACE MAY, M.D. From Wilmington, Vt. 

*J. H. MORSE, M.D. From Hudson, N. H. 

*JOHN MOSHER, M.D. From Tinmouth, Vt. 

*JOHN PAUL, M.D. From Shipton, Can. 

*HIRAM PERKINS, M.D. From Unity, N. H. 

*THADDEUS PHELPS, M.D. From Knoxville, Pa. 

*JAMES B. PORTER, M.D. Died, at Rutland, Vt. 

*HORACE POWERS, M.D. From Croyden, N. H. 

*HERMON H. SMITH, M.D. From Cairo, N. Y. 

*CHARLES S. STERLING, M.D. 

*OLIVER E. STRONG, M.D. From Jones County, N. C. 

*DAVID WHITNEY, M.D. From Shelburne, Mass. 



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NON-GRADUATES 



CLASS OF 1830 

*CHAUNCEY H. BURGESS. From Constable, N. Y. 
*MARSHALL CONANT. From Pomfret, Vt. 
*JOHN S. CLEAVELAND. From Rutland, Vt. 
*L'EWIS EMMONS. From Woodstock, Vt. 
*BENJAMIN F. FELLOWS. From Woodstock, Vt. 
*WILLIAM GALLUP. From Lebanon, N. H. 
*GEORGE G. GALLUP. From Woodstock, Vt. 
*OTIS L. GIBSON. From Woodstock, Vt. 
*CHARLES PERRY. From Claremont, N. H. 
*GREENVILLE PARKER. From Chelmsford, Mass. 
*STEPHEN D. SEARS. From Woodstock, Vt. 
*JOSEPH WINSLOW. From Berlin, Vt. 



CLASS OF 1832 

*CHARLES C. ALLEN, From Medway, Mass. 
*W. C. ANTHONY. From Sherburne, Vt. 
*GEORGE B. BARRETT. From Hartland, Vt. 
♦WILLIAM BASSETT. From Hinsdale, Mass. 
*P. D. BRADFORD. From Randolph, Vt. 
*HENRY S. BROWN. From Clarendon, Vt. 
*ISRAEL E. CARTER. From Concord, N. H. 
*HEBER CHASE. From Hopkinton, N. H. 
*EDMUND COCHRAN. From Northfield, Vt. 
*W. COCHRAN. From Northfield, Vt. 
^CHARLES D. DAGGETT. From Burlington, Vt. 
*B. L. DELANO. From Williamstown, Vt. 



ADVANCED DEGREES 



DAVID KENNETH AREY, A.M. A.B., 1905. 
ALTON IRVING LOCKHART, A.M. A.B., 1905. 

1909 

DAVID MONAGHAN YOUNG, A.M. A.B., 1907. 

1914 

STANLEY FRED BROWN, A.M. A.B., 1910. 

1915 

EVAN RUPERT WHEELER, A.M. B.S., 1914. 

1916 

BYRON AUSTIN LADD, A.M. B.S., 1915. 



RAYMOND ISAAC HASKELL, A.M. B.S., 1914. 
IVAN OTHMA HARLOW, A.M. B.S., 1913. 



1918 

LEWIS LESTER LEVINE, A.M. B.S., 1916. 



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1822 

"SAMUEL WAIT, A.M., and Columbian, 182.5; D.D., Wake Forest, 
1849. Ordained, 1818; Tutor, Columbian Coll., 1823-27; Pastor, 
Newbern, N. C, 1827-30; Founder of Wake Fore.st Coll., and Presi- 
dent, 1834-46; Pastor, Caswell Co., N. C, 1846-51; Pres. Young 
Ladies' Sem., Oxford, 1851-56; died. Wake Forest, N. C, July 28, 
1867, aged 77. 



1823 

"ELIJAH LIVERMORE HAMLIN, A.M.; A.B., Brown Univ., 1819. 
Lawyer, Columbia, Me.; from 1835, Bangor; Repr. Me. Legisl., 1846- 
1847; Member Me. Senate, 1858-59; State Land Agent, 1838, 1841; 
Member Bd. Trustees, 1841-47; Member Me. Hist. Soc, 1859; Mayor 
of Bangor, 1851, 1852; died, Bangor, Me., July 17, 1872, aged 72. 



1824 

*EZEKIEL HOLMES, A.M.; A.B., Brown Univ., 1821; M.D., Bowdoin, 
1824. Prin. Gardiner Lyceum, Me., 1829; Ed. Farmer's and Me- 
chanic's Journal, 1829; Ed. American Standard, 1831; Lecturer on 
Chem. and Nat. Hist., 1833-37; Ed. Maine Farmer, from 1833; Repr. 
Me. Legisl., 1835-40, and 1850; Member Me. Senate, 1840-42; Mem- 
ber Me. Hist. Soc, 1846; Sec. Me. Agricultural Soc., 1855-65; State 
Sci. Survey, 1861-62; died, Winthrop, Me., Feb. 9, 1865, aged 63. 

*JOHN GALE MERRILL, A.M.; A.B., Brown Univ., 1821; M.D., Bow- 
doin, 1824; Physician, Sedgwick, Me.; died, 1826, aged 29. 



1825 

* DANIEL LOVEJOY, A.M. Clergyman, Cong. Ch.; died, Albion, Me., 
Aug. 11, 1833, aged 58. 

'^JOHN TRIPP, A.M. Ordained, 1791; Pastor, Carver, Mass.; Hebron, 
Me., 1798-1843; Member Bd. Trustees, 1821-32; Author of Slric'nres 
on Universal Reconciliation. Died, Hebron, Me., Sept. 16, 1847, 
aged 86. 

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1826 

*CLARK LILLYBRIDGE, A.M.; M.D., Bowdoin, 1824; Student, Theol. 
Dept., 1821; Physician, Stafford, Conn.; U. S. Surgeon to Cherokees 
and Creeks; died, Memphis, Tenn., 1855, aged 56. 

'JONATHAN WALES, A.M. and M.D., 1832. Of Randolph, Mass. 

1827 

*ELIAS COBB, A.M. Lawyer, Anson and Solon, Me.; died, Solon, Me., 
about 1860. 

"GUSTAVUS FELLOWES DAVIS, A.M.; D.D., Wesleyan Univ., 1835. 
Ordained, 1816; Pastor, So. Reading, Mass., 1818-1829; died, Hart- 
ford, Conn., Sept. 17, 1836, aged 39. 

"ISAAC MERRIAM, A.M. Clergynran, Eastport, Me.; Tremont, 111. 

1828 

*HIRAM BELCHER, A.M. Lawyer, Farmington, Me., from 1812; 
Repr. Me. Legisl., 1822, 1829, 1832; Member Me. Senate, 1838-39; 
Member 30th U. S. Cong., 1847-49; Me. Hist. Soc, 1846; Member Bd. 
Trustees, 1847-56; died, Farmington, Me., May 6, 1857, aged 67. 

*DANIEL KNIGHT KENNEDY, A.M.; M.D., Bowdoin, 1826. Physi- 
cian, Boothbay, Me.; died, Wiscasset, Me., Aug. 26, 1873, aged 75. 

•■CHARLES OTIS KIMBALL, A.M. Clergyman, Methuen, Mass.; died, 
1852, aged 60. 

*SAMUEL PLAISTED, A.M.; A.B., Brown Univ., 1825; M.D., Bow- 
doin, 1828. Physician, Waterville, Me.; died, Waterville, Me., April 
14, 1860, aged 58. 



"■HERVEY FITTZ, A.M.; A.B., Amherst, 1826. Newton Theol. Inst., 
1829; Pastor, Waterville, Me., 1829-30; Hallowell, 1831-32; Mid lle- 
boro, Mass., 1832-36; Thompson, Conn.; Marblehead, Millbury, 
Mass.; died, Middleboro, Mass., June 10, 1878, aged, 78. 

"LEONARD TOBEY, A.M.; A.B., Williams, 1826. Tutor, 1827-28; 
died, 1851, aged 51. 

"FREDERICK AUGUSTUS WILLARD, A.M.; A.B., Amherst, 1826. 
Newton Theol. Inst., 1830. Lect. on Chem., Phil, and Botany, 1828- 
31; Pastor, Worcester, Mass., 1832-35; Newton Centre, Mass., 1835- 
39; Louisville, Ky., 1839-43; So. Danvers, and So. Abington, Mass., 
1854-56; Needham, 1856-65; died, Philadelphia, Pa., March 17, 1866, 
aged 59. 

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1830 

*IRAH CHASE, D.D.; A.B., Middlebury, 1814. Ordained, 1817; Mis- 
sionary in Va., 1817-18; Prof. Lang, and Biblical Lit., Columbian 
Coll.; 1818-25; Prof. Biblical Theol., Newton Theol. Inst., 1825-36, 
and Prof. EccL, Hist., 1836-45; Author of Life of Bunyan; Design of 
Baptism; Constitution of the Holy > Apostles; etc.; died, Newtonville, 
IVIass., Nov. 1, 1864, aged 71. 

i-JOSHUA A. DENNISON, M.D. 

"BARON STOW, A.M.; A.B., Columbian, 1826; D.D., Brown Univ., 
1846, and Harvard, 1855. Pastor, Portsmouth, N. H., 1827-32; Bos- 
ton, Mass., 1832-67; Member Bd. Trustees, 1830-52; Trustee Brown 
Univ., 1838-58; Author of First Things; Christian Brotherhood; 
Daily Manna; Whole Family in Heaven, etc.; died, Boston, Mass., 
Dec. 27, 1869, aged 68. 



1831 

•■■JOHN CLEVELAND, M.D. Of Rutland, Vt. 

''WILLIAM GRAVES, M.D. Physician, Deerfield, N. H.; from 1826, 
Lowell, Mass.; died, Lowell, Mass., April 1, 1843, aged 50. 

''DANIEL HUNTINGTON, M.D. Of Rochester, Vt; died, 1854, 
aged 72. 

"NATHAN WESTON, LL.D.; A.B., Dartmouth, 1803; A.M., Dartmouth 
and Bowdoin, 1807; LL.D., Dartmouth, 1831, and Bowdoin, 1843. 
Adm. to the Bar, 1806; Lawyer, New Gloucester, Me., 1807-10; Repr. 
Mass. Legisl., 1808; Lawyer, Augusta, from 1810; Chief Justice Cir- 
cuit Court, 1811-20; Assoc. Justice Supreme Court, Me., 1820-34, and 
Chief Justice, 1834-41; Member Bd. Trustees, 1821-53; Trustee, 
Bowdoin, 1820-72; Me. Hist. Soc; died, Augusta, Me., June 4, 1872, 
aged 89. 



1832 

"JOHN BUTLER, A.M. Pastor, East Winthrop, Me., 1825-31; North 
Yarmouth, 1831-35; from 1835, Evangelist; Member Bd. Trustees, 
1826-55; died, Ohio, July, 1856, aged 67. 

"PHARCELLUS CHURCH, A.M.; A.B., Madison, 1824, D.D., 1847. 
Pastor, Poultney, Vt., 1825-28; Providence, R. I., 1828-34; Rochester, 
N. Y., 1835-48; Boston, 1848- ; Ed. N. Y. Chronicle, 1855-65; Author 
of Philosophy of Benevolence, (1836) ; Prize Essay of Religious Dis- 
sensions, (1838); Antioch (1843); Life of Theodosia Dean (1851); 
Mapleton, (1852) ; Seed Truths (1871) ; died, Tarrytown, N. Y., June 
5, 1886, aged 84. 

*JAMES EVANS, A.M. Clergyman; died, 1877, aged 84. 

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"JONATHAN GOING, D.D.; A.B., Brown Univ., 1809; A.M., Brown 
Univ., and Univ. Vt., 1812. Pastor, Cavendish, Vt., 1811-15; Wor- 
cester, Mass., 1815-32; Cor. Sec. Home Miss Soc, 1832-37; from 1837, 
Pres. Denison Univ.; died, Granville, 0., Nov. 9, 1844, aged 58. 

*JOHN SHARP MAGINNIS, A.B., A.M., 1835; D.D., Brown Univ., 
1844. Newton Theol. Inst, 1832; Pastor, Portland, Me., 1832-37; 
Providence, R. I., 1837; Member Bd. Trustees, 1833-38; Prof. Biblical 
Theol., Madison Univ., 1838-50; Prof. Biblical and Pastoral Theol., 
Rochester Theol. Sem., and Prof. Int. and Mor. Phil., Univ. Roches- 
ter, 1850-52; died, Rochester, N. Y., Oct. 15, 1852, aged 47. 

*FRANCIS MASON, A.M., D.D., Brown Univ., 1853. Newton Theol. 
Inst., 1830; ordained, 1830; Missionary to Burma and Siam, Am. 
Bapt. Miss. Union, 1830-74; Author of Notes on the Fauna and 
Flora of Burma; Translated the Scriptures into the Sgau Karen and 
Pwo Karen languages; died, Rangoon, Burma, March 3, 1874, 
as-ed 74. 

* PETER RENTON, M.D. Of Concord, N. H.; died, 1866. 

*NATHANIEL SHELDON WHEATON, D.D.; A.B., Yale, 1814; A.M., 
Yale, 1817; and D.D., Yale, 1833. Rector, Episc. Ch., Hartford, 
Conn., 1818-31; Pres. Trinity Coll., 1831-37; Rector, New Orleans, 
La., 1837-44; Author of Journal of a Residence hi London; died, 
Washington, Conn., March 18, 1862, aged 69. 



^JOSEPH BALLARD, A.M. Pa.stor, So. Berwick, Me., 1830-35 . 

"ARTHUR DRINKWATER, A.M. Ordained, 1816; Pastor, Mt. Ver- 
non, Me.; Danvers, Mass., 1821; Mt. Vernon, 1829; Hallowell, Skow- 
hegan, Ellsworth, Fayette, Greene, Sidney, and Norridgewock, to 
1862; Member Bd. Trustees, 1839-70; died, Waterville, Me., Sept. 16, 
1874, aged 85. 

*JAMES GILPATRICK, A.M. Non-graduate, Theology, 1826. 

*ABISHA SAMPSON, A.M. Pastor, Tisbury, Mass., 1806-12; Har- 
vard, 1812-32; Southboro, 1832-40; Worcester, 1840-44; died, Wash- 
ington, D. C, 1861, aged 78. 

*DYER HOOK SANBORN, A.M. Died, 1871. 

*SAMUEL WELLS, A.M., and Bowdoin, 1838. Lawyer, Waterville, 
Me., 1826-35; Hallowell, 1835-44; Portland, 1844-47; Repr. Me. 
Legisl. ; Assoc. Justice Supreme Court, Me., 1847-54; Governor of 
Maine, 1856; died, Boston, Mass., July 15, 1868, aged 67. 



"JOHN COOKSON, A.M. Of Middletown, Conn. 

"FRANCIS AUGUSTUS COX, D.D.; LL.D., Edinburg. Ordained, 



Colby College 

1804; Pastor, London, 1812-53; Librarian of University Coll., Lon- 
don; Author of Life of Melancthon (1815) ; Female Scripture Biogra- 
phy (1831) ; Lectures on the Book of Daniel (1836) ; History of the 
English Baptist Mission Society (1835) ; Narrative of a visit to the 
United Slates (1836) ; etc.; died, London, Eng., Sept. 5, 1853, aged 70. 

='^JAMES HOBY, D.D. Clergyman, Birmingham, Eng.; died, 1871, 
aged 81. 

*MOSES SHAW, M.D.; A.M. Bowdoin, 1821. Died, Wiscasset, Me., 
Sept. 13, 1847. 

*ISAAC STEVENS, A.M., and Brown Univ., 1834. Mass. Ho. Rep.s., 
1820-30; Lawyer, Athol, Mass.; died, 1866. 

*DANIEL WILLIAMS, A.M., and Bowdoin, 1838. Lawyer, Augusta, 
Me.; Repr. Me. Legisl., 1831; Me. Hist. Soc, 1831; State Treasurer, 
1837-40; Judge of Probate, 1848-55; Mayor of Augusta, 1868; died, 
Augusta, Me., May 27, 1877, aged 81. 

1836 

* JAMES LORING CHILD, A.M. Adm. to the Bar, 1812; Lawyer, 
Winslow, Me., 1813-16; Alna, 1822-32; from 1832, Augusta; Clerk 
Me. House Reps., 1820-31, and 1835-37; died, Augusta, Me., Aug. 16, 
1862, aged 70. 

*GEORGE DAVIS, A.M. Of Troy, N. Y. 

*JQHN HENNIKER INGRAHAM, A.M. Ordained, 1817; Pastor, 
Cong. Ch., Thomaston, Me., 1818-30; Pastor, Bapt. Ch., East Win- 
throp, 1836-39; Chaplain Insane Hosp., Augusta, 1854-64; died, 
Augusta, Me., April 13, 1864, aged 70. 

*BENJAMIN TAPPAN, D.D.; A.B., Harvard, 1805; A.M., Harvard, 
1807, and Bowdoin, 1815; D.D., Bowdoin, 1845. Tutor, Bowdoin, 
1809-11; Pastor Cong. Ch., Augusta, Me., 1811-49; Me. Hist. Soc; 
Sec. Cong. Bd. Missions for Me., 1849-63; died, Augusta, Me., Dec. 
22, 1863, aged 75. 



*JOHN NEWTON BROWN, A.M.; A.B., Madison, 1823; D.D., Lewis- 
burg, 1854. Ordained, Buffalo, N. Y., 1824; Pastor, Maiden, Mass., 
1827; Exeter, N. H., 1829; Prof. Theol., New Hampton Lit. and 
Theol. Inst., N. H., 1838; Pastor, Lexington, Va., 1845; Editorial 
Sec. Am. Bapt. Pub. Soc, 1849; Author of The Neic Hampshire Con- 
fession; Editor of Encyclopedia^ of Religious Knowledge ; died, Ger- 
mantown, Pa., May 14, 1868, aged 64. 

*JUSTIN ROLPH LOOMIS, A.M.; A.B., Brown Univ., 1836; Ph.D., 
Lewisburg, 1854; LL.D., Rochester, 1858. Tutor, 1836-38; Prof. 
Chem. and Nat. Hist., 1838-52; Prof. Nat. Sciences, Univ. Lewisburg, 
1853-58, and President, 1858-78; Author of Principles of Geology, 

384 



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(1852) ; Elements of Physiology. Died, Lewisburg, 
1898, aged 87. 



*TIMOTHY BOUTELLE, LL.D.; A.B., Harvard, 1800; A.M., Harvard, 
1804. Lawyer, Waterville, Me., from 1804; Repr. Me. LegisL; 
Member Me. Senate; Member Bd. Trustees, 1821-55, Treas., 1831-32, 
and Vice-Pres., 1835-47; died, Waterville, Me., Nov. 12, 1855, aged 78. 

*ROSCOE GODDARD GREENE, A.M. Sec. of State, 1831-35. Of 
Portland, Me. 

"LEONARD WOODS, Jr., D.D.; A.B., Union, 1827; D.D., Harvard, 
1846; LL.D., Bowdoin, 1866. Andover Theol. Sem., 1830; Ordained, 
1843; Ed. Literary and Theological Review, 1834-37; Prof. Biblical 
Lit., Bangor Theol. Sem., 1836-39; Pres. Bowdoin Coll., 1839-66; Me. 
Hist. Soc, 1839; Mass. Hist. Soc; died, Boston, Mass., Dec. 24, 1878, 
aged 71. 

1841 

"HARTLEY WOOD DAY, A.M.; A.B., Columbian, 1837. Clergyman; 
died, 1877, aged 67. 

*SAMUEL A. JEWETT, A.M. 

"NATHANIEL TUCKERMAN TRUE, A.M.; M.D., Bowdoin, 1846; 
A.M., Bowdoin, 1868. Prin. Monmouth Acad., Me., 1837-45; Physi- 
cian, Durham, 1846-48; Prin. Gould's Acad., Bethel, 1848-61; Lect- 
urer, 1861-72; Ed. Maine Fanner, 1865-72; Prof. Nat. Sci., Normal 
and Training Sch.; Oswego, N. Y., 1872-76; Prin. Acad., Milan, N. H., 
and Litchfield, Me., 1876-83; Author of History of Bethel; HiMory of 
Gorham, N. H. Died, Bethel, Me., May 17, 1887, aged 75. 



1842 

f-CALEB BAILEY DAVIS, A.M. Newton Theol. Inst., 1837; Pastor, 
Paris, Me., 1838-54; Member Bd. Trustees, 1842-53; died, Portland, 
Me., Jan. 12, 1855, aged 47. 

"ELIAS LYMAN MAGOON, A.M. Non-graduate, class of 1836. 

"ETHER SHEPLEY, LL.D.; A.B., Dartmouth, 1811; A.M., Dartmouth, 
1814; LL.D., Dartmouth, 1845. Lawyer, Saco, Me., 1814-36; Repr. 
Mass. Legisl., 1819; U. S. Dist. Atty., 1821-33; Member U. S. Senate, 
1833-36; Assoc. Justice, Sup. Jud. Court, Me., 1836-48, and Chief 
Justice, 1848-55; Trustee Bowdoin Coll., 1829-66; Member Me. Hist. 
Soc, 1835; died, Portland, Me., Jan. 16, 1877, aged 87. 

"EDWARD STEANE, D.D. Pastor, Camberwell, London, Eng., 1823- 
67; Author of Christ the First Fruits of the Resurrection; Memoir of 
J. Gutteridge; Liberty of Conscience; Religious Persecution in Ger- 



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many; Ettropeayi Deputation to Madrid. Died, Brighton, Eng., May 
8, 1882, aged 85. 



^•JAMES LAWRENCE HODGE, A.M.; D.D., Madison, 1851. Ordained, 
1835; Pastor, Suffield, Conn.; Broolvlyn, N. Y.; Newark, N. J.; New- 
York City. Died, Brooklyn, N. Y., July 19, 1898. 

1846 

^SAMUEL ADLAM, A.M. Ordained, 1824; Newton Theol. Inst., 1838; 
Pastor, Marblehead, Gloucester, Mass.; Hallowell, Dover and Fox- 
croft, Me.; Newport, R. I.; died, Newport, R. I., Oct. 18, 1880, 
aged 82. 

1847 

*MOSES WOOLSON. Born, Concord, N. H., Dec. 31, 1821. Prin. 
High Sch., Bangor, Me., to 1850; Girl's High Sch., Portland, 1850-62; 
Cincinnati; Sub-Mr. English High Sch., Boston, Mass.; died, Boston, 
Mass., Jan. 17, 1896, aged 74. 



i^ROBERT HALLIDAY GUNNING, A.M.; M.D., Edinburg. 

•^LOT MYRICK MORRILL, A.M.; LL.D., Bowdoin, 1879. Governor of 

Maine, 1858, 1859, 1869; Member Me. Hist. Soc, 1856; Member Bd. 

Trustees, 1862-69; U. S. Senate, 1861-76; Sec. U. S. Treasury, 1876- 

77; from 1877, U. S. Collector of Customs, Portland, Me.; died, 

Augusta, Me., Jan. 10, 1883, aged 68. 



1849 

"SOLOMON PECK, D.D., A.B., Brown Univ., 1816, A.M., 1819, and 
D.D., 1851. Tutor, Brown Univ., 1818-20; Andover Theol. Sem., 
1823; ordained, 1823; City Missionary, Charleston, S. C, 1824; Pas- 
tor, No. Yarmouth, Me., 1824-25; Prof. Latin and Hebrew, Amherst, 
1825-32; Acting Pastor, Gloucester, Mass., 1834; Weston, 1835; Asst. 
Cor. Sec. Am. Bapt. Miss. Union, 1835-38, and For. Cor. Sec., 1838- 
58; Beaufort, S. C, 1862-65; Chap. Home for disabled Soldiers, Bos- 
ton, Mass., 1866; Cor. Sec. Freedman's Aid Soc, 1867; died, Boston, 
Mass., June 12, 1874, aged 74. 

►ELI BURNHAM SMITH, D.D.; A.B., Middlebury, 1823; A.M., Brown 
Univ., 1833. Andover Theol. Sem., 1823-25; Newton Theol. Inst., 
1826; Pastor, Buffalo, N. Y., 1826-29; Poultney, Vt., 1829-33; Pres. 
and Prof. Biblical Theol., Lit. and Theol. Inst., New Hampton, N. H., 
and Fairfax, Vt., 1833-61; died, Colchester, Vt., Jan. 5, 1861, aged 57. 

386 



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■1850 

*AMOS SUTTON, D.D. English Missionary to Orissa, India; Trans- 
lated the Scriptures into Oriya; Author of Narrative of the Mission 
to Orissa, (1833) ; Dictionary and Grammar of the Oriya Language, 
(1841-43) ; died, 1854, aged 56. 

1851 

*ALVAN FELCH, A.M. Newton Theol. Inst., 1835; Pastor, New 

Gloucester, Me., 1836-43; Thomaston, 1844-46; Bowdoinham, 1847-54; 

Hallowell, 1854-61; died, Hallowell, Me., July 29, 1861, aged 55. 
*JOHN HUBBARD, LL.D.; A.B.; Dartmouth, 1816; M.D., Univ. of 

Penn., 1822. Governor of Maine, 1850, 1851, 1852; Member Bd. 

Trustees, 1849-62; died, Hallowell, Me., Feb. 6, 1869, aged 74. 
"EBENEZER KNOWLTON, A.M. Clergyman, F. W. Baptist Ch.; 

Member Bd. Trustees, 1856-58; Trustee Bates Coll., 1863-74; Repr. 

Me. LegisL, 1844, 1846, 1848, and Speaker, 1846; Member 34th U. S. 

Congress, 1855-57; died, Montville, Me., 1874, aged 58. 
*ADAM WILSON, D.D.; A.B., Bowdoin, 1819, and A.M. Ordained, 

1820; Pastor, Wiscasset, Me., 1822-24; Turner, 1824-28; Ed. Zion's 

Advocate, 1843-48; Pastor, Hebron, 1850-53; Paris, 1853-58; Member 

Board Trustees, 1828-71; died, Waterville, Me., Jan. 16, 1871, 

aged 76. 

1852 

*JOSEPH FITCH POTTER, A.M.; M.D., Bowdoin, 1835. Died, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio, 1868, aged 59. 

1853 

*MARTIN BREWER ANDERSON, LL.D.; A.B., 1840. 

*HIRAM HOVEY HILL, A.M.; M.D., Bowdoin, 1836. Physician, Au- 
gusta, Me.; died, Dec. 2, 1889. 

*SAMUEL FRANCIS SMITH, D.D.; A.B., Harvard, 1829, and A.M.; 
Andover Theol. Seni., 1832; Ed. Baptist Missionary Magazine, 1832- 
34; Pastor, Waterville, Me., and Acting Prof. Mod. Lang., 1834-41; 
Newton Centre, Mass., 1842-54; and Ed. Christian Review, 1842-48; 
Member Bd. Trustees, 1840-60; Author of National Hymn, America; 
Lyric Gems; Life of Rev. Joseph Grafton; etc.; died, Newton Centre, 
Mass., Nov. 16, 1895, aged 87. 

*DANIEL SMITH TALCOTT, D.D.; A.B., Amherst, 1831, and A.M.; 
D.D., Bowdoin, 1858. Andover Theol. Sem., 1834; Instr. in Hebrew, 
Andover, 1833-36; Pastor, Cong. Ch., Sherborn, Mass., 1836-38; from 
1839, Prof. Biblical Lit., Bangor Theol. Sem.; died, Bangor, Me., 
Jan. 19, 1896, aged 82. 

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1854 • 

♦GEORGE WHITEFIELD BOSWORTH, D.D.; A.B., 1837. 
*KENDALL BROOKS, A.M.; A.B., Brown Univ., 1841, and D.D., 1866. 

Newton Theol. Inst., 1845; Pastor, Eastport, Me., 1845-52; Assoc. 

Sec, Am. Bapt. Pub. Soc, 1852-53; Prof. Math, and Nat. Phil., 1853- 

55; Pastor, Fitchburg, Mass., 1855-65; Ed. National Baptist, 1865- 

68; Pres. Kalamazoo Coll., 1868-87; Prof. Math., Alma Coll., 1888; 

died. Alma, Mich., Feb. 15, 1898, aged 76. 
ROBERT COLE, A.M. Pastor, Ea. Harrington, Me., 1846-56; Brooklin, 

1856-58; Bookseller, Ellsworth, Me. 
*LYMAN BROOKS HANNAFORD. Prin. Mercantile Acad., Boston, 

Mass., 1856-63; from 1863, Prin. Pub. Sch., No. 22, Brooklyn, N. Y.; 

Author of Bookkeeping by Single and Double Entry (1849). Died, 

Jan. 12, 1896. 
*TIMOTHY LUDDEN, A.M. Lawyer, Turner, Me.; Repr. Me. Legisl., 

1852, 1853; Judge of Probate, 1854-55; Reporter of Decisions, 1857- 

58; died, Lewiston, Me., March 12, 1858, aged 52. 
*HENRY WARREN PAINE, LL.D.; A.B., 1830. 



1855 

*EDWARD KENT, LL.D.; A.B., Harvard, 1821, and A.M. Lawyer, 
Bangor, Me., from 1821; Repr. Me. Legisl.; Mayor, Bangor, 1836, 
1837; Governor of Me., 1838, 1840; Member Me. Boundary Comm., 
1842; Consul, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1849-53; Assoc. Justice Supreme 
Court, Me., 1859-73; Member Bd. Trustees, 1838-47; died, Bangor, 
Me., May 19, 1877, aged 75. 



1856 
"ISAAC SMITH KALLOCH, A.M. Non-graduate, class of 1852. 
*WILLIAM LAMSON, D.D.; A.B., 1835. 

1857 

"ALEXANDER McCORMICK AVERILL A.M. Newton Theol. Inst, 
1853; ordained, 1853; Pastor, No. Cambridge, Middleboro, Holyoke, 
Mass.; Denver, Col.; Emporia, Kan.; Lancaster, Texas, 1878-81; 
died. West Somerville, Mass., Feb. 13, 1904, aged 83. 

*JEREMIAH CHAPLIN, D.D.; A.B., 1828. 

*JOSIAH KEELY, A.M. Ordained, 1843; Pastor, Wenham, Mass.; 
Saco, Me., 1853-64; Chap. 13th Me. Vols., 1864; died. New Orleans, 
La., June 24, 1864, aged 58. 



Honorary Graduates 

1858 
*SAMUEL LUNT CALDWELL, D.D.; A.B., 1839. 

*JOHN HUBBARD, Jr., A.M. Pastor, Biddeford, Me., 1855-58; 

from 1861 ; died, Biddeford, Me., May 20, 1870, aged 49. 
*EUGENE FRANCIS SANGER, A.M. Non-graduate, class of 18 
*WILLIAM EDWARD WORDING, LL.D.; A.B., 1836. 



CHARLES M. DINSMORE, A.M. 

*HANNIBAL HAMLIN, LL.D. Repr. Me. Legisl., 1836-40, and 1847, 
and Speaker, 1837, 1839, 1840; Member 28th, 29th U. S. Congress, 
1843-47; Member U. S. Senate, 1848-57; Governor of Maine, 1827; 
Member U. S. Senate, 1857-61; Vice-President U. S., 1861-65; U. S. 
Collector Customs, Boston, Mass., 1865-69; Member U. S. Senate, 
1869-81; Member Bd. Trustees from 1857; U. S. Minister to Spain, 
1881-85; died, Bangor, Me., July 4, 1891, aged 81. 

*THOMAS KINSMAN OSGOOD, A.M. Prin. High Sch., Rockland, 
Me., 1849-57; Depy. Collector Customs, 1857-61; Repr. Me. Legisl., 
1862; Paymr. U. S. A., 1862-65; died, St. Louis, Mo., June 10, 1865, 
aged 38. 



*LORENZO BICKFORD ALLEN, D.D.; A.B., 1835. 

*NATHANIEL ROGERS BOUTELLE, A.M.; M.D., Jefferson Med. 
Coll. Member Bd. Trustees, 1856-69; Physician, Waterville, Me.; 
died, Dec. 1890, aged 79. 

*GEORGE W. BRIGGS, A.M. Non-graduate, class of 1845. 
*JAMES UPHAM, D.D.; A.B., 1835. 



"BENJAMIN FRANKLIN BUTLER, LL.D; A.B., 1838. 

''SAMUEL A. COLLINS, A.M. Pastor, Palmer Depot, Mass.; died, 
Cincinnati, (?), 0., 1877. 

"HEZEKIAH HARVEY, D.D.; A.B., Madison. Hamilton Theol. Sem., 
1847; Tutor, Madison Univ., 1849; Pastor, Homer, Hamilton, N. Y.; 
Prof. Biblical Criticism and Interp. and Pastoral Theol., 1861; Pas- 
tor, Dayton, 0., 1864; Prof. Pastoral Theol. and N. T. Exegesis, 
Madison Univ., 1869-93; Author of The Pastor; The Church; The 
Pastoral Epistles; died, Hamilton, N. Y., June 28, 1893, aged 71. 



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*THOMAS FENNER CURTIS, D.D. Prof. Biblical Theol., Lewisburg 

Univ., 1855-65; Author of The Comnmnion; Progress of Baptist 

Principles; Human Element in the Inspiration of the Holy Scriptures 

(1867) ; died, Canibridgeport, Mass., 1872, aged 56. 
*WILLIAM ADDISON PITT DILLINGHAM, A.M. Clergyman, Univ. 

Ch.; Repr. Me. LegisL, 1864, 1865, and Spealier, 1865; died, Water- 

ville, Me., April 22, 1871, aged 47. 
*GEORGE PENDLETON MATHEWS, A.M., and D.D., 1883. Theol. 

Inst, New Hampton, N. H., 1844-46; Pastor, Liberty, Me., 1847-51; 

Alna, 1851-56; Gardiner, 1856-60; Bath, 1860-66; Auburn, 1866-75; 

Thoniaston, 1875-84; from 1887, Brunswick, Me.; died, Waldoboro, 

Me., March 6, 1894, aged 76. 
*CHARLES GREENLEAF PORTER, A.M. Pastor, Winterport, Me., 

1843-45; Bangor, 1845-66; Houlton, 1867-70; died, Bangor, Me., 

March 7, 1876, aged 62. 
*OAKMAN SPRAGUE STEARNS, D.D.; A.B., 1840. 
*DAVID DINSMORE STEWART, A.M. and Bowdoin, 1872. Born, 

Corinna, Me., Oct. 22, 1823. Me. Leg., 1862; Senate, 1863-65, and 

President, 1865; since 1847, Lawyer, St. Albans, Me.; died, St. 

Albans, Me., Dec. 31, 1917, aged 94. 

1864 

*ABRAHAM HOLLEY GRANGER, D.D.; A.B., 1839. 



*JONATHAN GARLAND DICKERSON, LL.D.; A.B., 1836. 

*OLIVER OTIS HOWARD, LL.D.; A.B., Bowdoin, 1850, A.M., 1853; 
LL.D., 1888; also Shurtleff Coll., 1865, and Gettysburg Theo. Sem., 
1866; U. S. Mil. Acad., 1854; 2d Lieut., U. S. A., 1855; 1st Lieut., 
1857; Asst. Prof. Math., U. S. Mil Acad., 1857-61; Col. 3d Me. Vols., 
1861; Brig. Gen. Vols., 1861; Maj. Gen. Vols., 1862; Brig. Gen. U. S. 
A., 1864; Bvt. Maj. Gen. U. S. A., 1865; Com'r Freedman's Bureau, 
1865-72; Supt. U. S. Mil. Acad., 1881-82; Medal of Honor; died, Oct. 
26, 1909, aged 78. 



1866 

"WARREN BAXTER EWER, A.M. San Francisco, Calif. 

"HOSEA QUIMBY, D.D.; A.B., 1832. 

►EDMUND FULLER WEBB, A.M. Non-graduate, class of 

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Honorary Graduates 



1867 

*LUCIUS BRADFORD, A.M. Pastor, Sebec, Me., 1838; Guilford, 1839- 
42; Jay, 1843-45; Monson, 1847-51; Sidney, 1852; No. Livermore, 
1853-58; Brooklin, 1859; died, Brooklin, Me., Sept. 9, 1867, aged 56. 

*GEORGE DANA BOARDMAN PEPPER, D.D.; LL.D., 1890; A.B., 
Amherst, 1857, and D.D.,1882; LL.D., Univ. Lewis., 1882. Newton 
Theol. Inst., 1860; Pastor, Waterville, Me.; 1860-64; Prof. Ecd. 
Hist., Newton Theol. Inst, 1865-67; Prof. Christian Theol., Crozer 
Theol. Sem., 1868-82; President Colby University, 1882-89; Prof. 
Bibl. Literature, 1893-99; Waterville, Me.; Author of Outlines of 
Systematic Theology (1873); died, Waterville, Me., Jan. 30, 1913, 
aged 79. 

*BENJAMIN ADAMS ROBIE, A.M. Bangor Theol. Sem., 1865; Res. 
Licentiate, Andover Theol. Sem., 1866 ; Pastor, Cong. Ch., Water- 
ville, Me., 1866-71; Wilmington, Mass., 1871-74; Groton, 1874-83; 
from 1883, Grafton, Mass.; died, Worcester, Mass., Sept. 16, 1900. 

*ARTEMAS WYMAN SAWYER, D.D.; A.B., Dartmouth, 1847. New- 
ton Theol. Inst., 1853; ordained 1853; Prof. Ancient Lang., Acadia 
Coll., N. S., 1855-61; Pastor, Saratoga, -N. Y., 1861-64; Prin. New 
London Lit. and Sci. Inst., N. H., 1864-69; Pres. Acadia Coll., Wolf- 
ville, N. S., 1869-97; Prof. Mental and Moral Philosophy, 1897-1907; 
died, Wolfville, N. S., Aug. 5, 1907, aged 80. 

*JACKSON SMITH SCHULTZ, A.M. Non-graduate, class of 1838. 

AMOS WEBSTER, A.M.; D.D., Columbian, 1867. Ed. Christian Era, 
1856-76; Clergyman, Hyde Park, Mass. 

*NATHANIEL MILTON WOOD, D.D.; A.B., 1844. 



*JOHN Mckinley, a.m. New Hampton Theol. Inst., 1861; Res. 
Licentiate, Andover Theol. Sem., 1862; Pastor, Lebanon, N. H., 1862- 
68; died, Lebanon, N. H., Sept. 20, 1868, aged 36. 

*WILLIAM MATHEWS, LL.D.; A.B., 1835. 

*JOSEPH RICKER, D.D. ; A.B., 1839. 

*PHILETUS BENNET SPEAR, D.D.; A.B., Madison, 1836, and A.M., 
1842. Hamilton Theol. Sem., 1838; Tutor, Madison Univ., 1837; 
Prof. Hebrew, to 1850; Emeritus Prof, of Hebrew and Latin, Madi- 
son Univ.; died, Hamilton, N. Y., Jan. 25, 1901, aged 80. 

*CYRUS TIBBETTS, A.M. Pastor, Farmington, Me., 1852-55; Bel- 
fast, 1856-57; Plaistow, N. H., 1858-61; Eastport, Me., 1862-66; 
Damariscotta, 1866-70; Rockland, 1870-72; from 1872, No. Berwick; 
died, No. Berwick, Me., Jan. 12, 1876, aged 55. 



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*ELISHA HUNT ALLEN, LL.D.; A.B., Williams, 1823. Lawyer, Ban- 
gor, Me.; Repr. Me. Legisl. and Speaker, 1838; Member 27th U. S. 
Cong., 1841-43; Member Me. Hist. Soc, 1846; U. S. Consul, Honolulu, 
Sandwich Islands, 18.50-53; Hawaiian Minister Finance, 1853-57; 
Chief Justice Supreme Court and Chancellor Hawaiian Kingdom, 
1857-77; Envoy Extraor. and Minister Plenipo. to U. S. from Hawai- 
ian Kingdom; died, Washington, D. C, Jan. 1, 1883; aged 78. 

*SEWALL BROWNE, A.M. Non-graduate, class of 1861. 

*JONATHAN YOUNG SCAMMON, LL.D. Non-graduate, class of 
1834. 



1870 

*LEVI SUMNER BURBANK, A.M. Instr. Paducah Coll., Ky., 1856- 
58; Instr. Wake Forest Coll., N. C, 1858-59; Pres. Paducah Coll., 
1859-61; Prin. Lancaster Acad., Mass., 1861; Instr. Nat. Sci., High 
Sch., Athol, Mass., 1862-64; High Sch., Westboro, 1864-66; High Sch., 
Lowell, Mass., 1866-72; Prin. Warren Acad., Woburn, Mass., 1872- 
77; died, Woburn, Mass., Aug. 20, 1880, aged 51. 

*JOHN ALFRED METCALF CHAPMAN, A.M. Non-graduate, class 
of 1855. 

*HENRY VAUGHAN DEXTER, D.D.; A.B., 1842. 

EPHRAIM HUNT, LL.D.; A.B., 1850. 

*JOHN FRANK McKUSICK, A.M. Non-graduate, class of 1862. 

*EDWARD GUSHING MITCHELL, D.D.; A.B., 1842. 

*DAVID JONATHAN PIERCE, A.M.; D.D., Univ. Wash., 1888. New- 
ton Theol. Inst., 1870; ordained, 1870; Prin. Wyoming Inst, and 
Pastor, Laramie, Wyoming, 1870-74; Portland, Ore.; Seattle, Wash.; 
Prof. Mor. Sci., Univ. of Wash., 1888-90; Vashon Coll., 1895-97; 
Pastor, Berkeley, Gal., 1900-01; died, Putney, Vt., May 4, 1902. 

*LLEWELLYN POWERS, A.M. Non-graduate, class of 1861. 



1871 

*AMASA BRYANT, A.M. Pastor, Damariscotta Mills, Me., 1852-56; 
Livermore Falls, 1856-60; Topsham, I860-; East Winthrop, Me., 
Dover, N. H.; died, Springvale, Me., May 26, 1879, aged 52. 

*JOSIAH HAYDEN DRUMMOND, LL.D.; A.B., 1846. 

JAMES MITCHELL FOLLETT, A.M. Pastor, Jay, Me., 1846-47; 
Dover, 1849-59; Gardiner, 1861-64; Old Town, 1864-67; Corinth, 
1868-70; Dover, 1871-73; Harrington, 1874-79; Presque Isle, 1879- 
83; Buckfield, Me. 

392 



Honorary Graduates 

*WILLIAM BERRY LAPHAM, A.M. Non-graduate, class of 1855. 
*SAMUEL BALDWIN MORSE, A.M. Non-graduate, class of 1861. 
*SAMUEL KING SMITH, D.D.; A.B., 1845. 

1872 

HAMLIN FAIRFIELD EATON, A.M. Prin. Eaton Family Sell., Nor- 
ridgewock, Me., 1856-72. 

*HIRAM CUSHMAN ESTES, D.D.; A.B., 1847. 

*JAMES HOBBS HANSON, LL.D.; A.B., 1842. 

*WALTER TAYLOR SARGENT, A.M. Pastor, Damariscotta, Me., 
1838-40; Bowdoinham, 1840-42; Mt. Vernon, 1842-48; Acton, 1850- 
55; Sanford, 1855-57; Greene, 1857-64; Dexter, 1864-66; Richmond, 
1866-68; Greene, 1869-70; Freeport, 1870-76; died, Freeport, Me., 
May 13, 1886, aged 77. 

*BENJAMIN FRANKLIN SHAW, D.D.; A.B., 1837. 

*JOSEPH OBERLIN SKINNER, A.M. Ordained, 1837; Pastor Univ. 
Ch., Holliston, Framing'ham, Dudley, Concord, Mass.; Ludlow, Ches- 
ter, Vt.; Rockland, Me.; Nashua, N. H.; St. Albans, Vt.; Malone, N. 
Y.; No. Montpelier, Vt.; Waterville, Me.; Author of History of Wat- 
erville Lodge, (1874); Ed. Universalist Register; died, Waterville, 
Me., Jan. 12, 1879, aged 62. 

HENRY OLIN WALKER, A.M. Newton Theol. Inst, 1863; ordained, 
1863; Pastor, Weare, N. H., 1864-67; Deerfield, N. H., 1867-1886; 
Merrimac, Mass. 

*WILLIAM WHITING, LL.D.; A.B., Harvard, 1833, LL.B., 1838, and 
A.M., 1854. Lawyer, Boston, Mass., from 1838; Solicitor, War 
Dept., U. S., 1862-65; Pres. N. E. Hist. Geneal. Soc, 1853-58; 
Corr. Member N. Y. Hist. Soc; Hon. Member Hist. Soc, Pa., Wis., 
and Fla. ; Member-elect 43d U. S. Cong. ; Author of Mevioir of Rev. 
Jos. Harrington; War Powers of the President, (1862) ; Milita/ry 
Arrests in Time of War; Memoir of Rev. Samuel Whiting, D.D., 
(1872); died, Boston Highlands, Mass., June 30, 1873, aged 60. 

1873 

*WILLIAM HARRISON ALDEN, D.D.; A.B., Brown Univ., 1849, and 
A.M., 1852. Born, North Middleboro, Mass., April 14, 1825. New- 
ton Theol. Inst., 1852; Pastor, No. Attleboro, Mass., 1852-57; Lowell, 
1857-64; Albany, N. Y., 1864-68; Member Bd. Trustees, from 1881; 
Portsmouth, N. H., 1868-88; Westboro, Mass., 1891-95; Sharon, 
Mass., 1896-99; died, Portsmouth, N. H., Oct. 2, 1900, aged 74. 

*NATHANIEL BUTLER, D.D.; A.B., 1842. 

*JAMES TIFT CHAMPLIN, LL.D.; A.B., Brown Univ., 1834, and 
A.M., 1837; D.D., Univ. Rochester, 1855, and Brown Univ., 1863. 

393 



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Tutor, Brown Univ., 1835-38; Pastor, Portland, Me., 1838-41; Prof. 
Greek and Latin Lang, and Lit., Colby Univ., 1841-58; Pres. Colby 
Univ., 1857-73, and Prof. Int. and Moral Phil., 1858-73; Member Bd. 
Trustees, 1875-81; Member Me. Hist. Soc, 1849; Author of English 
Gramviar, (1851); Greek Grammar, (1852); Principles of Ethics, 
(1861); Political Economij, (1868); Intellectual Philosophy, (1868); 
Text-Book on Constitution, U. S. (1880) ; Ed. with notes, Demos- 
thenes on the Crown, (1843) ; Select Popular Orations of Demos- 
thenes, (1848); Oration of Mschines against Ctesiphon, (1850); Bp. 
Butler's Ethical Discourses, (1859) ; Bp. Butler's Analogy of Reli- 
gion, (1860) ; Selections from Tacitus, (1876) ; Scripture Reading 
Lessons, (1878); Trans. Kvhner's Latin Grammar, (1845); Kuhner's 
Latin Exercise Book, (1856); died, Portland, Me., March 15, 1882, 
aged 70. 

CHARLES MACOMBER HERRING, A.M. New Hampton Theol. 
Inst, N. H., 1848; Pastor, Dexter, Me., 1849-58; No. Oxford, Mass., 
1858-59; Dover, Me., 1859-65; Brunswick, 1865-68; Gardiner, 1868- 
72; Houlton, 1872-74; So. Thomaston, 1875-78; Brunswick, Me. 

*AMMI STORER LADD, A.M. Pastor, M. E. Ch., New Sharon, Me., 
1864-65; Kent's Hill, 1865-68, and Prof. Mental and Mor. Sci., Me. 
Wesleyan Sem. and Fem. Coll., 1867-68; Waterville, 1869-71; Presid- 
ing Elder, 8 years; Woodfords, Me.; died, 1911, aged 76. 

*ADMIRAL PASCHAL STONE, LL.D.; A.M., Bowdoin, 1869. Born, 
Piermont, N. H., Aug. 14, 1820. Prin. High Sch., Portland, Me., 
1864-73; Supt. Pub. Schools, Springfield, Mass., 1873-88; Author of 
History of England, (1883); died, Springfield, Mass., Sept. 4, 1902, 
aged 81. 

PARKMAN SHAW WARREN, A.M. Non-graduate, class of 1869. 



1874 

*ADONIRAM JUDSON BILLINGS, A.M. Non-graduate, 

1853. 
*ATWOOD CROSBY, A.M. Non-graduate, class of 1863. 
NELSON ALLEN LUCE, A.M. Non-graduate, class of 1862. 
*MOSES LYFORD, LL.D.; A.B., 1843. 



1875 

"JAMES GILLESPIE BLAINE, LL.D.; A.B., Washington Coll., and A. 
M.; LL.D., Bates Coll., 1869, and Bowdoin, 1884. Ed. Kcmicbcc 
Journal, 1854-57; Ed. Portland Advertiser, 1857-58; Ropr. Me. 
LegisL, 1858-61, and Speaker, 1861; Me. Hist. Soc, 1864; Member 
38th to 44th U. S. Cong., 1863-76, and Speaker, 41st, 42, and 43d 

394 



Honorary Graduates 

Cong.; Member U. S. Senate, 1876-81; Sec. of State Dept., 1881, 1889- 
92; died, Washington, D. C, Jan. 27, 1893, aged 63. 

*SUSAN MARIA HALLOWELL, A.M. Born, Bangor, Me., Aup;. 2.5, 
1835. Asst. High Sch., Bangor, Me., 1856-75; Prof. Natural History, 
Wellesley Col., 1875-78; Prof. Botany, 1878-1902, and Emeritus, 
1902-11; died, Dec. 15, 1911, aged 76. 

FRANK HUSSEY JACKSON, A.M. Lawyer, Hallowell, Me., 1875. 

*TIMOTHY OTIS PAINE, LL.D.; A.B., 1847. 



1876 

*JOSEPH MANNING BURTT, A.M. Pastor, Newfane, N. Y., 1843- 
50; Propr. and Assoc. Ed. Christian Era, Boston, Mass., 1852-56; 
Repr. Mass., Legisl., 1856; Pa.stor, Georgetown, Mass., 1863-71; Bux- 
ton Centre, Me., 1871-77; Georgetown, Mass., 1877-81; Buxton Cen- 
tre, Me., 1881-89; died, Arlington, Mass., Sept. 22, 1904. 

DAVID WASS CAMPBELL, A.M. Non-graduate, class of 1871. 

WENDALL OMAR FLETCHER, A.M. Prin. High Sch., Ft. Atkinson, 
Wis., 1864; Prin. Bapt. Acad.; Louisiana, Mo., 1866-69; Supt. Pub. 
Sch., Chillicothe, Mo., 1870-72; Prin. High Sch., Warren, Me., 1873- 
77; High Sch., Rockland, 1878-79; High Sch., Biddeford, 1879-81; 
Bookseller, Lincoln, Neb., 1887. 

*JOHN BARTON FOSTER, LL.D.; A.B., 1843. 

*ALBERT CHRISTOPHER HUSSEY, A.M. Non-graduate, class of 
1861. 

ALBERT FRANCIS RICHARDSON, A.M.; A.B., Bowdoin, 1873, and 
A.M., 1876. Born, Sebago, Me., July 2, 1841. Prin. High Sch., 
Bridgton, Me., 187.3-83; Prin. Acad., Fryeburg, Me., 1883-88; Prin. 
Eastern State Normal Sch., Castine, Maine, from 1888. 

♦DANFORD THOMAS, LL.D.; A.B., 1838. 

1877 

CLEMENT MARMADUKE GRAHAM HARWOOD, A.M. Ordained, 
1870; Pastor, Eastport, Me., 1871-81; Camden, 1881-84; Skowhegan, 
Me., 1908. 

*HENRY MELVILLE KING, D.D.; A.B., Bowdoin, 1859, and A.M., 
1862. Newton Theol. Inst, 1862; ordained, 1862; Instr. in Hebrew, 
N. T. I., 1862-63; Pastor, Boston Highlands, Mass., 1863-82; Albany, 
N. Y., 1882-91; Providence, R. I., 1891-1906; Author of Memorial 
Discourse on Kendall Brooks, (1872) ; on N. O. Hart, (1875) ; on Wil- 
liam Hague (1887); on Reuben A. Guild, (1899); on Alvah Hovey, 
(1903) ; on Stei)hen Gano, (1903) ; Our Gospels, (1895) ; The Messiah 
in the Psalms, (1889); Why We Believe the Bible, (1902); Relig- 
ious Liberty, (1903); Early Baptists Defended, (1880), and (1896); 

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The True Roger Williams, (1907) ; etc. Died, Providence, R. I., June 
16, 1919, aged 80. 

*CHARLES COLLINS ROUNDS, A.M.; B.S., Daitmoutli, 1857, and 
M.S., 1860; A.M., Bowdoin, 1870; Ph.D., Bates Coll., 1881. Born, 
So. Waterford, Me., Aug. 15, 1831. Prin. Gram. Sch., Cleveland, O., 
1859-65; Instr., Edward Little Inst., Auburn, Me., 1865-67, and Prin., 
1867-68; Prin. State Normal Sch., Farmington, Me., 1868-83; Prin. 
N. H. Normal Sch., Plymouth, N. H., 1883-96; died, Farmington, Me., 
Nov. 8, 1901, aged 70. 

*JEREMIAH DEARBORN TILTON, A.M. Ordained, 1851; Pastor, 
Limerick, Me., 1850-54; Sanbornton, N. H., 1854-66; Milford, 1866- 
73; Rumney, 1873-82; Sanbornton, 1882-85; from 1885, Milford; died, 
Tilton, N. H., Oct. 5, 1893, aged 77. 

1878 
*AMORY BATTLES, A.M. Non-graduate, class of 1850. 
JOSHUA HOWARD MILLETT, A.M.; A.B., 1867. 

1879 

*ALBERT AARON FORD, A.M. Newton Theol. Inst, 1870; Pastor, 
Paris, Me., 1870-72; Belfast, 1873-75; E. Auburn, 1876-79; Tenant's 
Harbor, 1879-80; Waldoboro, 1880-84; died, Kent's Hill, Me., June 2, 
1887, aged 46. 

HOWARD OWEN, A.M. Born, Brunswick, Me., April 29, 1835. With 
Kennebec Journal, Augusta, Me., 1854-80; Ed., Bangor Whig, 1880; 
Ed., Maine Farmer, 1880-96; Register of Probate, 1880-97; Ed., 
Somerset Reporter, 4 years; Author, Biographical Sketches of Mem- 
bers of the Maine Legislature ; History of Bethlehem Lodge of Ma^ 
sons; ad., Augusta, Me. 

*ALBION KEITH PARRIS SMALL, D.D.; A.B., 1849. 



*GEORGE BULLEN, D.D.; A.B., 1853. 

*AUGUSTUS MARION BURTON, A.M. Prin. Cherryfield Acad., Me., 
1880-81; Prin. Union Acad., Corinna, Me., 1882; Supt. Sch., Insur- 
ance, etc.; died, Corinna, Me., Dec. 13, 1906. 

GRANVILLE PARK COCHRANE, A.M. 1st Lieut, and Capt. 7th Me. 
Vols., 1861; died, Winthrop, Me., Sept. 10, 1882, aged 46. 

*LARKIN DUNTON, LL.D.; A.B., 1855. 

*EUSTACE CAREY FITZ, A.M. Mayor, Chelsea, Mass., 1864, 1865, 
1866; Repr. Mass. Legisl., 1873, 1874; Member Mass. Senate, 1875, 

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Honorary Graduates 

1876; Member Executive Council, Mass., 1881, 1882; Member Bd. 
Trustees, 1886-89; Merchant; died, Chelsea, Mass., 1895. 
* ALBERT PRESCOTT MARBLE, Ph.D.; A.B., 1861. 



1881 

*COMPORT EDWIN BARROWS, D.D.; A.B., Brown Univ., 1858, and 
A.M., 1861. Newton Theol. Inst., 1861; Pastor, Peabody, Mass., 
1861-64; Trustee Brown Univ., from 1878; from 1865, Newport, R. 
I.; died, Newport, R. I., Dec. 26, 1883, aged 52. 

*GEORGE BOARDMAN GOW, D.D.; A.B., 1852. 

'SAMUEL KIMBALL HITCHINGS, B.S. Prin. Greely Inst, Cum- 
berland Centre, Me., 1881-82; Instr. in Nat. Sd., and Prin. High Sch:, 
Biddeford, from 1882; died, Cumberland, Me., March 10, 1887, 
aged 29. 

*HENRY KENDALL TRASK, LL.D.; A.B., 1855. 



"GEORGE GREENWOOD FAIRBANKS, D.D.; A.B., 1847. 

'■GEORGE PENDLETON MATHEWS, D.D.; A.M., 1863. 

'•ROBERT BRUCE TOLLES, A.M. Pres. Boston Optical Co.; Mem- 
ber Royal Microscop. Soc; Optician; died, Boston, Mass., Nov. 18, 
1883, aged 61. 



"ELISHA BENJAMIN ANDREWS, D.D.; A.B., Brown Univ., 1870, 
and A.M.; LL.D., Univ. Nebr., 1884. Newton Theol. Inst., 1872-74; 
ordained, 1874; Prin. Conn. Lit. Inst, Suffield, Conn., 1870-72; Pas- 
tor, Beverly, Mass., 1874-75; Pres. Denison Univ., 1875-79; Prof. 
Homiletics, etc., N. T. I., 1879-82 ; Prof. History and Polit. Economy, 
Brown Univ., 1882-88; Prof. Polit Econ. and Finance, Cornell Univ., 
1888-89; Pres. Brown Univ., 1889-98; Supt. Sch., Chicago, 1898-1900; 
Chancellor, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1900-09; 
Emeritus, 1909-17; Author of Brief Institutes of Constitutional His- 
tory, (1886); Brief Institutes of General History, (1887); Institutes 
of Economics; An Honest Dollar; Wealth and Moral Law; History 
of the United States; History of the Last Quarter Century in the 
United States; died, Oct. 30, 1917, aged 73. 

*PRISCILLA H. BRAISLIN, A.M. Prof, of Mathematics, Vassar Coll., 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., (1884). 

*ABIJAH ROBINSON CRANE, D.D.; A.B., 1856. 

*OLIVER CROSBY GRAY, LL.D.; A.B., 1855. 



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*JOHN ANDREW PETERS, LL.D., and Bowdoin, 1885, also Yale, 
1893; A.B., Yale, 1842. Born, Ellsworth, Me., Oct. 9, 1822; Har- 
vard Law Sch.; Lawyer, Bangor, Me., from 1844; Member Me. Sen- 
ate, 1862-64; Me. House of Reps., 1864; Attorney Gen. of Maine, 
1864-67; Member Me. Hist. Soc, 1866; Member 40th, 41st and 42d 
U. S. Cong., 1867-73; Assoc. Justice, Supr. Jud. Court, Me., 1873-83; 
Chief Justice, 1883-1900; died, Bangor, Me., April 2, 1904, aged 81. 

FREDERICK CHARLES THAYER, A.M. Non-graduate, class of 



*FRANCIS WALES BAKEMAN, D.D.; A.B., 1866. 

ALBION HARRIS BICKNELL, A.M. Artist, Maiden, Mass. 

*ASA DALTON, D.D. Non-graduate, class of 1848. 

*SANFORD HANSCOM, A.M. Non-graduate, class of 1867. 

*WILLIAM HOWE, D.D.; A.B., 1833. 

*THOMAS BRACKETT REED, LL.D., also Bowdoin, 1890, and Colum- 
bia, 1890; A.B., Bowdoin, 1860. Act. Asst. Paymr., U. S. N., 1864- 
65; Adm. to the Bar, 1865; Member Me. Legisl., 1868-69; Me. Senate, 
1870; Attorney Gen., Me., 1870-73; Member 45th-50th U. S. Cong.; 
Speaker, 1889-91, 1895-99; Portland, Me.; died, Washington, D. C, 
Dec. 7, 1902. 

*FRANKLIN SIMMONS, A.M., also Bates, 1867, and Bowdoin, 1888. 
Sculptor, Rome, Italy; died, Rome, Italy, Dec. 8, 1913, aged 74. 



1886 

*ALDEN FITZROY CHASE, Ph.D.; A.B., Wesleyan Univ., 1869, and 
A.M. Ordained, 1872; Teacher of Math., Wesleyan Acad., Wilbra- 
hani, Mass., 1869-71; Math, and Eng. Lit., Me. Wesleyan Sem. 
Kent's Hill, Me., 1871-83; Member Me. Hist. Soc, 1884; Prin. High 
Sch., Millbury, Mass., 1884; Prin. East Maine Conference Sem., 
Bucksport, Me. (1886). 

*EUGENE HALE, LL.D.; also Bates, 1882, and Bowdoin, 1896. Adm. 
to the Bar, 1857; County Attorney, Ellsworth, Me.; Member Me. 
Leg-isl., 1867-68, 1880; Member 41st-46th U. S. Cong., 1869-81; U. S. 
Senator, 1881-1911; died, Oct. 27, 1918, aged 82. 

*GEORGE MELLEN PRENTISS KING, D.D.; A.B., 1857. 

*DAVID DANA SPEAR, A.M. Non-graduate, class of 1864. 

HORACE JEROME WHITE, A.M.; and Bates, 1896. Born, Deering, 
N. H., Sept. 13, 1844. Served in Civil War; Cobb Div. Sch., 1877; 
Pa.stor, Biddeford, Me., 1877-78; Bath, Me., 1879-84; Augusta, Me., 
1885-88; Worcester, Mass., 1888-96; Southbridge, Mass., 1897-1903; 



Honorary Graduates 

Wakefield, R. I., 1903-14; Oak Lawn, R. I., 1915-17; retired; ad., 
Providence, R. I. 

1887 

^CHARLES RUFUS BROWN, Ph.D.; A.B., Harvard, 1877; D.D., Col- 
Kate, 1892. Newton Theol. Inst., 1874-75, and 1877-78; Union Theol. 
Sem., 1878-79; Univ. of Berlin and Leipzig, 1879-81; Pastor, Frank- 
lin Falls, N. H., 1881-83; Assoc. Prof. Old Testament Interp., New- 
ton Theol. Inst., 1883-86; Prof. Hebrew and Cognate Lang., 1886; 
Prof. Bible Interp., Old Testament, Newton Theol. Inst., Nevpton 
Centre, Mass.; deceased. 

*ALONZO BUNKER, D.D.; A.B., 1862. 

"SAMUEL BALDWIN MORSE, D.D. Non-graduate, class of 1861. 



*EMORY JAMES HAYNES, D.D.; A.B., Wesleyan, 1867, and A.M., 
1887, and D.D., 1874. Born, Cabot, Vt., Feb. 6, 1847. Pastor M. E. 
churches in Conn., Mass., and New York; Editorial staff. New York 
Evening Mail; Author many books; died, Dec. 31, 1914, aged 67. 

JOSIAH BURNHAM KINSMAN, LL.D., Harvard Law Sch., 1854; 
Washington, D. C. 

FRANK J. PEASLEE, A.M. New London, N. H. 



"WILLIAM HENRY LAMBERT, Ph.D.; A.B., 1865. 
"ARTEMAS LIBBEY, LL.D. and A.M., Bowdoin, 1872. Lawyer, Au- 
gusta, Me.; Justice Supreme Court; died, March 15, 1894. 



EDMUND CLEMENT ATKINSON, A.M. Non-graduate, class of 1867. 

*WILLIAM EUSTIS BROOKS, D.D.; A.B., 1862. 

GEORGE DANA BOARDMAN PEPPER, LL.D. D.D., 1867. 

*HENRY EPHRAIM ROBINS, LL.D.; D.D., Rochester, 1868. Born, 
Hartford, Conn., Sept. 30, 1827. Newton Theol. Inst., 1861; or- 
dained, 1861; Pastor, Newport, R. I., 1863-67; Rochester, N. Y., 
1867-73; President Colby Univ., 1873-82; Prof. Chr. Ethics, Roch- 
ester Theol Sem., 1882-1904; Author of Harmony of Ethics mth 
Theology, (1891); Christian Idea of Education, (1896); Ethics of 
the Christian Life; died, Greenfield, Mass., April 22, 1917, aged 89. 

ERASTUS CLARENCE RYDER, A.M. Non-graduate, class of 1881. 

''ARNOLD STEDMAN, A.M. Non-graduate, class of 1866. 



Colby College 



*GEORGE FREEMAN EMERY, LL.D.; A.B., Bowdoin, 1836, and A.M. 
Born, Palis, Me., Nov. 10, 1817. Lawyer; Clerk U. S. Circuit Court, 
Portland; Editor, Boston, Mass.; died, Portland, Me., July 1, 1904, 
aged 86. 

FANNIE ELIOT (MANN) HALL, A.M. Non-graduate, class of 1877. 

* WILLIAM RAINEY HARPER, LL.D., and Univ. Nebraska, 1893; 
A.B., Muskingum, 1870; Ph.D., Yale, 1875. Prof. Hebrew, Bapt. 
Union Theol. Sem., 1879-86; Prof. Semitic Lang., Yale, 1886; Presi- 
dent Chicago Univ., from 1891; Editor The Biblical World; Author 
of Elements of Hebrew, (1886); Inductive Latin Method, (1888); 
Hebrew Vocabularies, (1890) ; and joint author of many Greek and 
Latin text books. Died, Chicago, III, 1896. 

*CHARLES BENTON TURNER, A.M. Non-graduate, class of 1882. 

1892 

*CHARLES VERANUS HANSON, D.D.; A.B., 1865. 

*BENJAMIN HUMPHREY LANE, A.M. Born, Yarmouth, Me., 
March 8, 1844. U. S. Army, 1862-65. Grad. Newton Theol. Inst., 
1870; Pastor Baptist churches in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, 
and Rhode Island; died, Worcester, Mass., Sept. 11, 1905, aged 61. 

GEORGE SMITH ROWELL, A.M. Non-graduate, class of 1869. 

RICHARD CUTTS SHANNON, LL.D.; A.B., 1862. 

*HORACE WAYLAND TILDEN, D.D.; A.B., 1872. 



*JOSHUA WILLIAM BEEDE, A.M.; A.B., Dartmouth, 1858; M.D., 

Bellevue, 1864. Trustee Colby Col, 1894-1912; died, March 21, 1913. 
*WILLIAM JOHNSON CORTHELL, LL.D.; A.B., 1857. 
*ADONIRAM JUDSON PADELFORD, D.D.; A.B., Rochester, 1858. 

Rochester Theol. Sem., 1860; Pastor, Fall River, Mass., 1860-61; 

Providence, R. I., 1861-66; Amherst, 1866-76; Calais, Me., from 1877; 

Supt. Sch., 1885-95; Calais, Me.; died, Sept. 27, 1914. 

*JOSEPH OTIS SMITH, A.M. Editor Somerset Reporter; died, Skow- 
hegan, Aug. 31, 1905, aged 66. 

*LABAN EDWARDS WARREN, LL.D.; A.B., Brown, 1866; A.M. 
Teacher, Taunton, Mass., and Providence, R. I., 1866-67; New Lon- 
don Lit. and Sci. Inst, 1867-72; Principal, 1872-75; Prof. Mathe- 
matics, Colby, 1875-1903; died, Littleton, Mass., April 21, 1905, 
aged 69. 

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Honorary Graduates 



1894 

*WILLIAM THOMAS CHASE, D.D.; A.B., 1865. 

NATHANIEL FRENCH DAVIS, LL.D.; A.B., Brown, 1870, and A.M. 

Born, Laconia, N. H., June 11, 1847. Engin. Dept., Providence 

water works, 1870-71; Inst., Riverview Mil. Acad., Poughkeepsie, N. 

Y., 1871-73; Vice-Prin., Keystone State Normal Sch., Kutztown, Pa., 

1873-74; Instr. Math., Brown, 1874-79; Asst. Prof., 1879-89; Assoc. 

Prof., 1889-90; Prof. Pure Math., 1890-1915; Prof. Emeritus, 1915; 

ad., 19 Ash St., Cambridge, Mass. 
IRVING BEMIS MOWER, A.M.; D.D., 1906. Newton Theol. Inst., 

1884; Pastor, Sharon, Mass., 1883-85; Kennebunkport, Me., 1885-92; 

Skowhegan, 1892-93; So. Berwick, 1893-1903; Cor. Secy., Me. Bapt. 

Miss. Conv., 1903- ; Waterville, Me. 
HENRY WINCHESTER SAWTELLE, A.M.; M.D. Chelsea, Mass. 

1895 

*PERCIVAL BONNEY, LL.D.; A.B., 1863. 

NATHANIEL BUTLER, Jr., D.D.; A.B., 1873. 

*GEORGE COLBY CHASE, D.D.; LL.D., Colo. Univ., 1895; A.B., 
Bates, 1868. Greek and Latin, New Hampton Lit. Inst., N. H., 
1868-70; Cobb Divinity Sch., 1870-71; Grad. Student, Harvard, 1871- 
72; Prof. Rhetoric and Eng. Lit, 1872-94; President Bates College, 
Lewiston, Me., 1894-1919; died, Lewiston, Me., May 27, 1919. 

*GEORGE EDMANDS MERRILL, D.D.; A.B., Harvard, 1869, and 
A.M., 1872; LL.D., Rochester, 1901. Newton Theol. Inst., 1872; 
Pastor, Springfield, Mass., 1872-77; Salem, 1877-85; Colorado 
Springs, Colo., 1885-87; Newton, Mass., 1890-99; President Colgate 
University, Hamilton, N. Y., 1899-1908; Author of The Story of the 
Manuscripts, (1881); Crusaders and Captives, (1890); The Reason- 
able Christ, (1893); The Parchments of the Faith, (1894); died, 
Hamilton, N. Y., June 11, 1908. 

CHARLES CLARENCE SPEARE, A.M. Non-graduate, class of 1881. 

WILLIAM PENN WHITEHOUSE, LL.D.; A.B., 1863 

1897 
*ALFRED ELIAB BUCK, LL.D.; A.B., 1859. 
JOHN ALEXANDER FORD, A.M.; A.B., Acadia Univ., 1885. Pastor, 

Yarmouth, N. S., 1885-88; St. John, N.B., 1888-91; Eastport, Me., 

1891-1901; Houlton, Me. 
ERASTUS EUGENE HOLT, A.M.; M.D., Bowdoin, 1874; Surgeon, Me. 

Eye and Ear Infirmary, Portland, Me. 
GEORGE BOARDMAN ILSLEY, D.D.; A.B., 1863. 

401 



Colby College 

LLEWELLYN POWERS, LL.D. Non-graduate, class of 1861. 

CHARLES HUBBARD SPALDING, D.D.; A.B., Brown, 1865, A.M., 
1868. Born, Plainfield, Conn., Oct. 1, 1837. Newton TheoL Inst., 
1865-66; ordained, 1866; Pastor, Pawtucket,' R. I., 1866-71; Pittsfield, 
Mass., 1871-75; Arlington, 1875-80; Boston, 1880-86; District Sec. 
Am. Bapt. Publication Soc, Boston, Mass., 1886-1911; Fin. Sec, 
Newton Theo. Inst., 1911-14; Amer. Bapt. Pub. Soc, 1914; corre- 
spondent, The Standard, Chicago, 1881-1906; Trustee, Newton Theo. 
Inst, and Worcester Acad.; author memorial sermons, addres.^es, es- 
says; ad., Brookline, Mass. 



DANIEL WEBSTER ABERCROMBIE, LL.D.; A.B., Harvard, 1876; 
A.M., Brown, 1883; Litt.D., Dartmouth, 1911. Born, Boiling Green, 
Ala., Nov. 25, 1853. Classical Master, St. Mark's Sch., Southboro, 
Mass., 1877-78; Vermont Acad., 1878-82; Principal Worcester Acad., 
1882-1918; Trustee and Prin. Emeritus, Worcester Acad.; Trustee, 
Brown Univ. and Newton Theo. Inst. ; ad., Worcester, Mass. 

FREDERIC HOWARD EVELETH, D.D.; A.B., 1870. 

WILLIS BRYANT MOULTON, A.M.; M.D., Bowdoin, 1883. Prof. 
Diseases of Eye and Ear; Physician, Portland, Me. 

*JUSTIN KENT RICHARDSON, D.D.; A.B., 1869. 

JOSIAH LAFAYETTE SEWARD, D.D.; A.B., Harvard, 1868, A.M., 
1871; B.D., Harvard Div. Seh., 1874. Pastor, Unit. Ch., Waterville, 
Me., 1888-93; Allston, Mass., 1893-99; in literary work, Keene, N. H. 

*BARTLETT TRIPP, LL.D. Non-graduate, class of 1861. 



*JOTHAM FRANCIS BALDWIN, LL.D.; A.B., 1853. 

*MARK HILL DUNNELL, LL.D.; A.B., 1849. 

BENJAMIN DAVIESE HAHN, D.D.; A.B., Wooster Univ., 1877. 

Rochester Theol. Sem., 1882; Pastor, Westerly, R. I., 1882-91; 

Newark, 1891-93; Springfield, Mass., 1893-1914; Greenville, S. C, 

1914-. 
CHARLES FRANCIS MESERVE, LL.D.; A.B., 1877. 
WILLIAM EDWARD SARGENT, A.M.; A.B., Bowdoin, 1878, and 

A.M. Born, Sanford, Me., May 23, 1856. Teacher, Topsham, Me., 

1878-80; High Sch., Freeport, Mc, 1880-85; Prin. Hebron Acad., 

Hebron, Me., from 1885. 
*E'DWARD OLIVER STEVENS, D.D.; Brown Univ., 1861, A.M. 

Newton Theol. Inst., 1864; Missionary to Burma, 1864-1910; Prome, 

Burma; Author of Guide to Musical Notation, and other works in 

402 



Honorary Graduates 

Burmese; Vocabnlary, English and Peguan; died, Insein, Burma, 
Nov. 23, 1910, aged 71. 
GEORGE BOICE TITUS, A.M. Newton Theol. Inst., 1885; Pastor, 
Saco, Me., 1885-90; Everett, Mass., 1890-1900; Melrose Highlands, 
1907-11; West Bridgewater; deceased. 

1900 

*JOHN LINCOLN BEARING, D.D.; A.B., 1884. 

JOHN ARTHUR GREEN, A.M. Publisher's Agent, American Book 
Co., New York City. 

HENRY ORNE HISCOX, D.D. Coll. of City of New York, 1869. 
Rochester Theol. Sem., 1873-74; Union Theol. Sem., 1874-75; Pastor, 
Sioux City, la., 1875-78; Kingston, N. Y., 1878-80; New York, 1880- 
84; Troy, N. Y., 1884-92; Maiden, Mass., 1892-1903; Albany, N. Y., 
1903-19; res., North Pelham, N. Y. 

ALBION WOODBURY SMALL, LL.D.; A.B., 1876. 

*WILLIAM WALLACE STETSON, A.M.; LL.D., 1902. 

JULIAN DANIEL TAYLOR, LL.D.; A.B., 1868. 

1901 

*ABRAM WILLARD JACKSON, D.D.; A.B., 1869. 
*AMOS MESSER JACKSON, A.M.; A.B., 1861. 
SHAILER MATHEWS, D.D.; A.B., 1884. 
FRED MYRON PREBLE, D.D.; A.B., 1881. 

1902 

*JOSIAH ROBERT HENDERSON, D.D.; A.B., 1877. 

CHARLES WILLIAM JUDKINS, A.M. Non-graduate, class of 1879. 

EDMUND FRANKLIN MERRIAM, D.D.; A.B., 1868. 

* WILLIAM WALLACE STETSON, LL.D.; A.M., 1900; LL.D., Mon- 
mouth, 1907. Born, Greene, Me., June 17, 1849. Supt. Sch., Rock- 
ford, 111., 1880-85; Auburn, Me., 1885-95; State Supt. Sch., Maine, 
1895-1907; Author of History and Civil Government of Maine, 
(1898) ; died, July 1, 1910, aged 61. 

1903 

NATHANIEL BUTLER, Jr., LL.D.; A.B., 1873. 

*WILLIAM HARRISON EATON, D.D. Born, Hopkinton, N. H., 

Feb. 22, 1841. Ordained, 1863; Pastor, Goffstown, N. H., 1864-68; 

Amesbury, Mass., 1868-73; Westfield, 1873-88; from 1888, Secy. 

Macs. Bapt. Missionary Soc; died, Medford, Mass., Feb. 29, 1908, 

aged 67. 

403 



Colby College 

JOHN MARSHALL FOSTER, D.D.; A.B., 1877. 
EDWIN CAREY WHITTEMORE, D.D.; A.B., 1879. 



GEORGE RICKER BERRY, D.D.; A.B., 1885. 

WALTER COCHRANE BRONSON, Litt.D.; A.B., Brown, 1887; A.M., 
Cornell, 1890; Litt.D., Brown, 1915. Born, Roxbury, Mass., Aug. 17, 
1862. Prof, of English, DePauw Univ., 1890-92; Assoc. Prof., 1892- 
95, and Prof. English Lit., from 1895, Brown Univ., Providence, R. 
L; Author of A Short History of English Literature, (1900); Eng- 
lish Essays, (1905); History of Brown University, (1914); Ed., 
Poems of William Collins, (1898) ; English Poems, 4 vols., (1907-10) ; 
Ame'i'ican Poems, (1912); AmeHcan Prose, (1916); etc.; ad., Provi- 
dence, R. I. 

LESLIE COLBY CORNISH, LL.D.; A.B., 1875. 

HENRY KINGMAN, D.D.; A.B., 1884. 

CLARENCE EDMUND MELENEY, LL.D.; A.B., 1876. 

1905 

CHARLES HENRY BATES, A.M. Non-graduate, class of 1880. 

FREDERIC GEORGE CHUTTER, A.M. Non-graduate, class of 1885. 

JOSEPH LINCOLN COLBY, LL.D. Born, Boston, Mass., Feb. 24, 
1846. Harvard Univ., 1864-66; Mining and Ry. construction; Fellow 
Royal Geog. Soc. of England; ad., Newton Centre, Mass. 

JOHN ERNEST CUMMINGS, D.D.; A.B., 1884. 

SAMUEL SILAS CURRY, Litt.D.; A.M., B.D., and Ph.D. Boston 
Wniv., 1875-79. Prof. Oratory, Boston Univ., 1879-88; Instr. in 
Elocution, Newton Theol. Inst., Harvard, Yale; Founder and Pres., 
School of Expression, Boston, Mass. Author of Province of Expres- 
sion, (1881); Vocal Expression, (1895); Imagination and Dramatic 
Instinct, (1896) ; Vocal and Literai-y Interpretation of the Bible, 
(1903); Browning and the Dramatic Monologue, (1908). 

*ASHER CROSBY HINDS, LL.D.; A.B., 1883. 

EDWARD HAWES SMILEY, LL.D.; A.B., 1875. 

OBED JACOB WHITE, D.D., A.B., La. Grange Coll., 1883; A.M., 1888; 
Rochester Theol. Sem., 1887. Born, Marion Co., Mo., Sept. 19, 1858. 
Pastor, Jersey City, N. J., 1887-89; Nashua, N. H., 1889-94; Taunton, 
Mass., 1894-1910; Lynn, Mass., 1910-19; Secy., Mass. Bapt. Conv., 
1919; Author, Responsive Readings from the Old and Neic Testa- 
ments; ad., Ford Bid., Boston, Mass. 

*JAMES NELSON WILLIAMS, D.D. Born, Sherrington, Que., Dec. 
22, 1829. Univ. Rochester; Rochester Theo. Sem., 1853; Pastor and 
missy., Canada and the U. S., to 1872; Supt. French Missions in 

404 



Honorary Graduates 

N. E. of Amer. Bapt. Home Mis. Soc, fvoni 1872; Inst., French 
Dept, Newton Theo. Inst., 1890-98; died, Providence, R. I., June 9, 
1915, aged 86. 

1906 

*MARTHA BAKER DUNN, (Mrs. R. Wesley Dunn), Litt.D. Born, 
Hallowell, Me., Jan. 21, 1848. Author of The Sleeping Beauty, 
(1898); Memcry Street, (1900); 'Lias's Wife, (1901); Cicero in 
Maine, (1905) ; died, Waterville, Me., July 22, 1915, aged 67. 

IRVING BEMIS MOWER, D.D.; A.M., 1894. 

*EVERETT WILSON PATTISON, LL.D.; A.B., 1858. 

HARRINGTON PUTNAM, LL.D.; A.B., 1870. 

WILLIAM HENRY SNYDER, Sc.D.; A.B., 1885. 

HENRY MARCUS THOMPSON, D.D.; A.B., 1878. 

1907 

WOODMAN BRADBURY, D.D.; A.B., 1887. 

HOLMAN FRANCIS DAY, Litt.D.; A.B., 1887. 

LLEWELLYN MOSES FELCH, A.M. Born, Linneus, Me., Nov. 4, 
1856. Farmington Normal Sch.; Prin. High Sch., Riverton, Neb.; 
Ricker Clas. Inst.; High Sch., Caribou, Me.; Supt. Sch., Norway, 
Me.; Cornish, Me.; Conway, N. H.; ad.. No. Conway, N. H. 

CHARLES EDSON OWEN, D.D.; A.B., 1879. 



*WILLIAM OLIVER AYER, D.D.; A.B., 1868. 

*JOHN RUSSELL GOW, D.D.; A.B., Brown, 1877. Born, Waterville, 
Me., Oct. 20, 1855. Newton Theol. Inst., 1882; Pastor, Fair Haven, 
Vt., 1882-85; Bridgeport, 1886-91; Hyde Park, 111., 1891-95; Somer- 
ville, Mass., 1895-1908; Brattleboro, Vt; Minneapolis, Minn.; died, 
June, 1918, aged 62. 

FRED PORTER HAGGARD, D.D.; A.B., and A.M., 111. Wesleyan 
Univ.; B.D., Univ. Chicago. Born, Bloomington, 111., Dec. 15, 1862. 
Pastor, Red Oak and Dubuque, Iowa, 1889-93; Missy, to India, 1893- 
99; Secy., Amer. Bapt. For. Mis. Soc, 1900-16; Gen. Secy., Y. M. C. 
A., for Russia and Siberia, 1917-18; Secy. Laymen's Missy. Move., 
1918-19; Gen. Dir. Bapt. Lay. Move., 1918-19; Assoc. Secy., Inter- 
Church World Movement, 1919- ; Ed., Men and Missions; many arti- 
cles and pamphlets on missionary themes; res., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

*ARNO WARREN KING, LL.D. Non-graduate, class of 1883. 

HARRY LYMAN KOOPMAN, Litt.D.; A.B., 1880. 

*HENRY CLAY MERRIAM, LL.D.; A.B., 1864. 

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Coiby College 



GERTRUDE BRAY MORSE, A.M. Non-graduate, class of 1885. 
GEORGE WILLIAM NORTON, A.M. Born, Strong, Me., Aug. 25, 

1855. Teacher, 1876-88; Reporter, Evening Express, Portland, Me., 

1888-92; Editor since 1892; ad., Portland, Me. 
CHARLES BRANCH WILSON, ScD.; A.B., 1881. 

1909 
CHARLES FRANKLIN WARNER, ScD.; A.B., 1879. 
GEORGE CURTIS WING, LL.D. Born, Livermore, Me., April 16, 

1847. Lawyer, Lisbon Falls, Me., 1868-70; Auburn, Me., from 1870; 

County Atty., 1874-75; Judge Probate, 1876-85; Me. Senate, 190.3-04; 

Trustee Colby Col., 1901-; Dir., Natl. Shoe & Leather Bank; Memb. 

Sch. Bd.; ad.. Auburn, Me. 

1910 

WINFRED NICHOLS DONOVAN, D.D. A.B., 1892. 
*ALFRED KING, ScD. A.B., 1883. 
WARREN COFFIN PHILBROOK, LL.D. A.B., 1882. 
WILLIAM EDWARD SARGENT, Litt.D. A.M., 1899. 

1911 

GEORGE WILLIAM COLEMAN, A.M. Born, Boston, Mass., June 16, 
1867. Editing, advertising, publishing, Boston, Mass.; Originator 
and director of the Fovd Hall Sunday Evening Meetings, Boston; 
Pres. Open Forum Natl. Council; Pres. Associated Advertising Clubs 
of the World, 1911-13; Memb. Boston City Council, 1914-16, and 
Pres., 1915; Delegate, Mass. Constitutional Conv., 1917-19; Director, 
Boston Y. M. C. A.; Pres., Northern Bapt. Conv., 1917-18; Chairman 
Bapt. War Com., 1918; Y. M. C. A. war service overseas; Director of 
Information, U. S. Dept. Labor, Washington, 11 mos.; Author, 
Searchlights, (1909) ; The People's Prayers as Voiced by a Layman, 
(1914) ; Democracy in the Making, (1915); ad., 220 Devonshire St., 
Boston, Mass. 

EDWARD WILLISTON FRENTZ, A.M. Non-graduate, class of 1886. 

DUDLEY WATSON HOLMAN, A.M. Non-graduate, class of 1884. 

FRANK WILLIAM PADELFORD, D.D. A.B., 1894. 

GEORGE PERLEY PHENIX, ScD. A.B., 1886. 

1912 

STRATTON DULUTH BROOKS, LL.D. A.B., Univ. Michigan, 1896; 
B.Pd., Mich. State Normal Col., 1892, and M.Pd., 1899; A.M., Har- 
vard, 1904. Born, Everett, Mo., Sept. 10, 1869. Prin. High Sch., 



Honorary Graduates 

Danville, 111., 1890-92; Adrian, Mich., 1896-98; La Salle, 111., 1898- 
1900; Asst. Prof. Educa., Univ. 111., 1900-02; Asst. Supt. Public Sch., 
Boston, Mass., 1902-06; Supt. Sch., Cleveland, 0., 1906; Supt. Sch., 
Boston, Mass., 1906-12; Pres., Univ. Oklahoma, 1912-; Federal Food 
Adni. for Oklahoma, 1917-18; Author, Bfooks-Hubbard Composition 
Rhetoric; Brooks English Composition; Brooks Readers; ad., Nor- 
man, Okla. 

GEORGE GIFFORD, LL.D. A.B., 1862. 

GEORGE WALTER HINCKLEY, A.M. Born, Guilford, Conn., July 
27, 1853. Grad. Conn. State Normal Sch.; Teacher, R. I., 1876-79; 
Pastor, Conn., 1879-82; Sunday Sch. Missy., Maine, 1882-85; Pastor, 
Oakland, Me., 1885-88; Supervisor Good Will Homes and School.';, 
1889-1910; Editor, Good Will Record, 1888-; Author, Good Will Short 
Talks, (1901); Story of Good Will Farm, (1902); Something Hap- 
pened, (1903); Some Boys I Knew, (1904); In Camp With Boys, 
(1908); Roughing it With Boys, (1913); ad., Hinckley, Me. 

CHARLES HOVEY PEPPER, L.H.D. A.B., 1889. 

GEORGE HORACE LORIMER, Litt.D. Non-graduate, class of 1898. 

THOMAS JEFFERSON RAMSDELL, D.D. A.B., 1886. 

1913 

RANDALL JUDSON CONDON, LL.D. A.B., 1886. 
*FRANCIS SNOW HESSELTINE, LL.D. A.B., 1863. 
JOEL BYRON SLOCUM, D.D. A.B., 1893. 
CYRUS FLINT STIMSON, D.D A.B., 1893. 

1914 

GEORGE ARTHUR ANDREWS, D.D A.B., 1892. 

ALFRED WILLIAMS ANTHONY, LL.D. A.B., Brown, 1883, A.M., 
1886, and D.D., 1908; D.D., Bates, 1902. Born, Providence, R. I., 
Jan. 13, 1860. Pastor, Bangor, Me., 1885-88; Prof., Cobb Divinity 
Sch., 1890-1908; Prof. Christian Lit., Bates Col., 1908-11; Special 
Joint Secy, of Genl. Conf. Free Bapt., Amer. Bapt. For. Mis. Soc., 
Amer. Bapt. Home Mis. Soc, and Amer. Bapt. Pub. Soc, 1911-15; 
Executive Secy., Home Missions Council, 1918- ; Author: An Intro- 
duction to the Life of Jesus, (1896) ; The Method of Jesus, (1899) ; 
The Sunday School; its Progress in Method and Scope, (1899) ; The 
Higher Criticis^n in the New Testament, (1901) ; The Conscience 
and Concessions, (1919) ; The Church in the Community, (1919) ; ad., 
New York City. 

RICHARD HENRY BAKER, D.D. A.B., 1883. 

WILLIAM CAMPBELL CRAWFORD, L.H.D. A.B., 1882. 

LOUISE HELEN COBURN, Litt.D. A.B., 1877. 

407 



Colby College 

OLIVER LEIGH HALL, A.M. Non-graduate, class of 1893. 
GEORGE McKAY HANSON, LL.D. Born, Elmsville, N. B., Aug. 28, 

1856. Adm. to the bar, 1877; Lawyer, Calais, Me.; Mayor, 1885, 

1905; U. S. Col. of Customs, 1895-99; State Tax Comn., 1907-08; 

Assoc. Justice Supreme Judicial Court, Me., 1911-; Trustee Coburn 

Clas. Inst.; Trustee Calais Acad.; ad., Calais, Me. 
FREDERICK VIVIAN MATTHEWS, A.M. Non-graduate, class of 

1889. 
HERBERT SPURDEN WEAVER, L.H.D. A.B., 1882. 



1915 

NELSON SINCLAIR BURBANK, D.D. A.B., 1889. 

JEREMIAH EDMUND BURKE, Litt.D. A.B., 1890. 

EDWARD JOHN COLCORD, Litt.D. A.B., 1875. 

THEODORE EVERETT HARDY, A.M. Non-graduate, class of 1895. 

JOSEPHINE HINCKLEY HODSON, A.M. Hebron, Me. 

GEORGE EDWIN HORR, LL.D. A.B., Brown, 1876, and D.D., 1896. 
Born, Boston, Mass., Jan. 19, 1856. Pastor, Tarrytown, N. Y., 1879- 
84; Charlestown, Mass., 1884-91; Ed., The Watchman, 1891-1903; 
Prof. Church History, Newton Theo. Inst., 1904-, and Pres. 1908- ; 
Author, The Training of the Chosen People, (1906); The Great Min- 
istry, (1908); ad., Newton Centre, Mass. 

GEORGE BRUCE NICHOLSON, D.D. Born, Boston, Mass., Dec. 1, 
1862. Rector, P. E. Ch., Fort Fairfield, Me., 1892-99; Waterville, 
Me., 1899-1915; Somerville, Mass., 1915- ; Supt. Schs., Ft. Fairfield, 
1896-99; Trustee, Pub. Lib., Waterville; Canon St. Luke's Cathedral, 
Portland, Me., 1906-16; ad., Somerville, Mass. 



1916 

MARY LOW CARVER, Litt. D. A.B., 1875. 

ERNEST MARTIN HOPKINS, LL.D. A.B., Dartmouth, 1901, and 
A.M., 1908; Litt.D., Amherst, 1916; LL.D., Rutgers, 1916. Born, 
Dunbarton, N. H., Nov. 6, 1877. Secy, to the pres., 1901-05, and 
Secy, of the col., 1905-10, Dartmouth Col.; business, 1910-16; Pres. 
Dartmouth Col., 1916- ; ad., Hanover, N. H. 

FRANKLIN WINSLOW JOHNSON, L.H.D. A.B., 1891. 

MINERVA ELIZA LELAND, A.M. A.B., 1882. 

FRANK DESPER MITCHELL, A.M. Non-graduate, cla.':^s of 1884. 

GEORGE FREEMAN PARMENTER, Se.D. B.S., Mass. Agri. Col., 
and Boston Univ., 1900; A.M., Mass. Agri. Col., 1903; Ph.D, Brown, 
1903. Born, Dover, Mass., March 26, 1877. Inst. Chemistry, Mass. 
Agri. Col., and Govt. Chemist, Kingston, R. I., 1900-01; In.st. Cheni., 

408 



Honorary Graduates 

Brown Univ., 1901-03; Prof. Chemistry, Colby Col., 1903- ; Author, 
Experiments in General Cliemistry; ad., Waterville, Me. 

ARTHUR KENYON ROGERS, Litt.D. A.B., 1891. 

WILLIAM BODLE TUTHILL, D.D. A.B., 1894. 



1917 

ROSE ADELLE GILPATRICK, A.M. Non-graduate, class of 1892. 
JAMES FREDERICK HILL, A.M. Non-graduate, class of 1882. 
EDWARD FRANCIS STEVENS, Litt.D. A.B., 1889. 
FREDERICK CHARLES THAYER, Sc.D. Non-graduate, class of 

1865. 
EUGENE LINCOLN TORREY, A.M. Non-graduate, class of 1893. 

1918 

CARL ELIAS MILLIKEN, LL.D. A.B., Bates, 1897. Born, Pittsfield, 
Me., July 13, 1877. Lumber mfr.; Me. Ho. Rep., 1905-08; Me. Sen- 
ate, 1909-14, and Pres., 1913; Governor Maine, 1917-20; Trustee, 
Bates CoL; ad., Augusta, Me. 

1919 

EVERETT CARLETON HERRICK, D.D. A.B., 1898. 

HERBERT CARLYLE LIBBY, Litt.D. Non-graduate, class of 1902. 



SUMMARY 



Men's Women's 

Division Division Total 

Graduates 1703 573 2276 

Theological graduates 15 15 

Medical graduates 55 55 

Total graduates 1773 578 2346 

Non graduates 1649 429 2078 

Theological non-graduates 6 6 

Medical non-graduates 24 24 

Total non-graduates 1679 429 2108 

Graduates now living 1070 548 1618 

Honorary graduates (excluding those who 
received the bachelor's degree from 
Colby) 250 

Total graduates 2346 

Total non-graduates 2108 

Honorary graduates 250 

Total names 4704 



ADDENDA 



The following corrections were received too late to be inserted in 
their proper places in the Catalogue: 

1858. Charles Pierce Baldwin, died March 25, 1912, aged 78. 

1862. Samuel Hamblin, died June 11, 1908, not June 8. 

1862. Asa Lyman Lane, died, Wakefield, Mass., March 15, 1920, aged 81. 

1865w. Edwin Cressey Barrows, died April 20, 1918, aged 76. 

1868. Charles Leonidas Clay, died, Littleton, N. H., April 11, 1920, 

aged 75. 
1869?i. Solomon Eaton. Is not deceased. 

1882. George Austin Andrews. Life underwriter since 1902; ad., 
1906 Emerson Ave., N., Minneapolis, Minn. 

1885. Arthur Montgomery Foss, died Pauls Valley, Okla., Oct. 6, 
1919, aged 56. 

1892. Carl Henry Reynolds. Pres. and Genl. Mgr., Export and Im- 
port News Bureau, New York City. 

1908. Lucy May Whenman, died New York City, April 2, 1908. 

1912. Eva Mae Reynolds (Mrs. P. H. Dunbar). Ad., Shanghai, China. 

1915. Jennie Farnum (Mrs. C. A. Collins). Ad., Weld, Me. 

1915?i. Raymond Eugene Plaisted. Born, Sanford, Me., Aug. 5, 1892. 
Efficiency expert, B. F. Goodrich Co., from 1916; 309th Engi- 
neers, U. S. A., one year overseas service; ad., 276 So. Main 
St., Akron, 0. 

1917. Thomas Francis Joyce. Born, Galway, Ireland, Dec. 8, 1892. 
1st Lieut., Inf., U. S. A., 1917-19; Salesman, 1919- ; ad., 1465 
Hoe Ave., New York City. 



INDEX 



For non-graduates, honorary graduates, and others, italic letters are 
used, as follows: 

h, honorary graduates; m, medical graduates; vin, medical non- 
graduates; n, non-graduates; t, theological graduates; tn, theological 
non-graduates. 



ABBOTT, 

Alice Ruth, 1900w 
Elmer Linwood, 1896n 
Grace Pattangall, 1918« 
Henry Wilson, 1906?i 
Mary Charlotte, 1908 
Sewall Webster, 1882?i 
Stephen Boothby, 1916i? 
Theophilus Capen, 1845 
William Joseph, 1901n 

ABERCROMBIE, 

Daniel V/ebster, 1898/i 

ACHORN, 

Leona Josephine, 1910 

ADAMS, 

Alice Margaret, 1913 
Cedric Errol, 1915 
Chancey, 1885 
Bffie Dascombe, 1891 
Elliot Stephenson, 1918h 
Ethel Goldthwaite, 1896k 
George Cheney, 1913)i 
Helen Esther, 1909 
Lynne Fletcher, 1899 
Miriam Bradford, 1919 
Ripley E. W., 1840 
Thomas B., 1840 
William R., 1832w 

ADLAM, 

Samuel, 1846/i 

ALBEE, 

William Augustus, 1866 

ALDEN, 

Frank Wentworth, 1898 
George Chandler, 1852?i 
Mary Jordan, 1918 
Paul Eugene, 1918 
William Harrison, 1873/i 

ALDRICH. 

Myrtle Louise, 1917 
William Robinson, 1882k 

ALEXANDER, 

Jessie Bunker, 1894k 
Joseph Bullen, 1894 



ALLABAN, 

Orsan M., 1831ik 

ALLEN, 

Adelaide Louise, 1906k 
Albert Barney, 1874 
Alden Watts, 1916 
Augustus O., 1848k 
Calvin, 1830w 
Carrie Sabra, 1905 
Charles C, 18327kk 
Charles Kelsey, 1888w 
Ebenezer T., 1836k 
Elisha Hunt, 1869/i 
Elmer Wesley, 1903 
Elvin Leslie, 1901 
Eugene Frank, 1909 
Fred Milton, 1903 
Harrison Sanborn, 1898 
Hervey Clifford, 1912 
John B., 1828W 
Lorenzo Bickford, 1835 
Lucy Mae, 1917 
Mary Stuart, 1904k 
Mattie Windell, 1913 
Seth Harold, 1904k 

ALLIN 

Francis Wayland, 1856k 

ALLINSON, 

Gertrude Maude, 1919k 

AMES, 

Benjamin G., 1848k 
Eva Clement, 1904 
Eva May, 1898k 
Frank Lester, 1894 
Justin Darius, 1889k 
Lulu Mae, 1900 
Rosa May, 1897n 
Vernon Stanley, 1904 

ANDERSON, 

Anna Bailey, 1919 
Charles Victor, 1919n 
George Carl, 1909 
Martin Brewer, 1840 



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ANDREWS, 

Charles Henry, lS66n 

Dora Knight, 1892 

Doris Perkins, 1918 

Elisha Benjamin, 1884/i 

George Arthur, 1892 

George Austin, 1882 

Percy Melville, 1901 

William Bertram, 1892 

William Wallace, 1882 
ANGER, 

Joel, 1832TO 
ANGIER, 

John Francis Howard, 1827 
ANGLE, 

Alice May, 1906» 
ANNIS, 

Burleigh Smart, 1885 
ANTHONY, 

Alfred Williams, 1914/i 

John David, 1919m 

W. C, 1832m(i 
APPLEBEE, 

Andy Lee, 1911h 
APPLETON, 

John, 1834W 

Moses Lark, 1830 
ARCHER, 

Rena May, 1907n 

William A., 1838n 
AREY, 

David Kenneth, 1905 

Florian George, 1915 

Harold Benjamin, 1910)1 

Harold Carlton, 1903 

Leslie Brainard, 1912 
ARMSTRONG, 

Ethel Mildred, 1918 
ARNOLD, 

Henry J., 1848n 

Mildred Greeley, 1917 

Willard B., 1919n 
ASHE, 

Margaret Merrill, 1902 
ASHFORD, 

Willard Berry, 1914?i 
ASHLEY, 

Daniel Whitcher, 1915 
ASHWORTH, 

John Chester, 1919?i 
ATCHLEY, 

Charles Wilson, 1903 

Grace Warren, 1903 
ATHEARN, 

Cyril Day, 1909» 
ATKINS, 

Attalena, 1917?) 
ATKINSON, 

Edmund Clement, 1867m 



Nicholas Noyes, 1869 
ATWOOD, 

Charles Edward, 1881 

Elmer Clayton, 1895?i 

Evelyn .Lord, 1895n 

James Bigelow, 1872ri 

John 1822( 

Winifred Katharine, 1917 
AUSTIN, 

Albert White, 1907n 

Elmer Barkley, 1882n 

George Thomas, 1914?; 

Horace, 1831m 

Robert Betts, 1898?) 
AVERELL, 

Charles Wilson, 1890 
AVE RILL, 

Albert Guy, 1898 

Alexander McComiick, 1857/i 

Frank Roswell, 1896)) 
AVERY, 

Samuel Waters, 1840 
AYER, 

Arthur, 1916w 

Robert B., 1843?) 

William Oliver, 1868 
BABSON, 

Mabelle Edwina, 1909 
BACHELDER, 

Theophilus, 1839w 

Thomas Foxwell, 1858 
BACON, 

Nathaniel, 1912?) 
BAGNELL, 

John Arthur Kendall, 1912 
BAILEY, 

Berniee Packard, 190S?) 

Carleton Moore, 1918 

David Judson, 1881 

Dudley Perkins, 1867 

Edmund Morse, 1850?) 

Henrv Reginald, 1917?i 

John, 1849?) 

Rufus Wilberforce, 1866?) 

Samuel E., 1837?) 

Sidney Francis, 1896?) 
BAIRD, 

Arthur A., 1914m 
BAKEMAN, 

Francis Wales, 1866 

Jennie Dunn, 1903n 

Nellie Stuart, 1892 

Robert Atherton, 1901 
BAKER, 

Amos Fletcher, 1843 

Elijah, 1829?) 

George Lorimer, 1897m 

Horace Broad, 1863?) 

John Smullen, 1847 



Index 



Ralph Samuel, 1881?i 
Richard Henry, 1883 
Robert Edwin, 1912 
Sanford Adlam, 1868?i 
William M., 1847W 
BALDWIN, 

Berta Edith, 1908% 
Charles Pierce, 1858 
Everett Alger, 1912n 
Helen Louise, 1919 
Jeannette Holmes, 1908w 
Jotham Francis, 1853 
William Henry, 1855 

BALENTINE, 
Grace Anne, 1902 

BALLARD, 

Alice Pinkham, 1905 
Joseph, 1833/1 
Josephine Nutter, 1908n 

BANGS, 

Bertha Harris, 1908 
Dennis Milliken, 1891?j 

BARBER, 

Henry Alfred, 1902m 
Mai-y Elizabeth, 1901»i 

BARBOUR, 

Alice Virginia, 1919 

BARKER, 

Aretas Gustavus, 1862 
Francis, 1834 
Fred Albert, 1879n 
Genevieve, 1913n 
Hubert Hazen, 1916 
Marjorie Louise, 1916 
Noah Vernon, 1902 
Roy Merrill, 1897 

BARNABY, 

James M., 1837m 

BARNARD, 
Clinton, 1913w 
Florence Cole, 1914 

BARNES, 

Annie Richardson, 1894 
Charles Putnam, 1892 
Warren Farnham, 1851w 

BARNEY, 

Edith Leora, 1904n 
Hazel E., 1918?j 

BARRELL, 

Edward Park, 1888 

BARRETT, 

George B., 1832«m 
Vella Etta, 1912m 

BARRON, 

Walter, 1893n 

BARROWS, 
Allen, 1834 

Comfort Edwin, 1881/; 
Edwin Cressey, 1865?; 



Frederick Spring, 1882n 

John Harris, 1872 

Lewis, 1839 

Lucie Fay, 1914n 

Nathan Dickerman, 1871m 

William Carey, 1862 
BARTLETT, 

Charles P., 1840n 

Donald Stearns, 1916?i 

Edwin Payson, 1867m 

Emory Wilson, 1879m 

Grace Webber, 1896m 

Harold West. 1914m 

John Wilson, 1903 

Junius Artemas, 1848 

William Pitt, 1853 
BARTON, 

Asher Hinds, 1881 

Edward, 1832)m 

Ethel Duff, 1917 

Frederic Edgar, 1885m 

Henry Crosby, 1883 

Jonathan Quincy, 1857 

Mildred Lucille, 1917m 

Oliver Patten, 1853m 

Thomas Flint, 1849 

William Henry Harmon, 1863m 
BASSETT, 

George Howard, 1864m 

George Kemble, 1897 

Josiah Colby, 1895 

Myrtis Ethel, 1907 

Norman Leslie, 1891 

William, 1832mM 
BASTON, 

Leonard, 1830m 
BATES, 

Charles Henry, 1880m 

Lena Evelyn, 1900m 

Willard Asa, 1898m 
BATTLES, 

Amory, 1850m 
BAUM, 

David, 1913 
BAVIS, 

Nellie Harriet, 1904m 
BAXTER, 

Charles Francis, 1917m 

John Patrick, Jr., 1917m 

Kathleen Theresa, 1915m 
BEACH, 

George Lewis, 1913 

Louise Drummond, 1914m 
BEAL, 

Wyman Lester, 1914 
BEALE, 

Eunice Mower, 1904 • 
BEALS, 

Isaac Nelson, 1856n 



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BEAN, 

Edward Clarke, 1901 
Ethel Nicholson, 1905« 
Eva Marion, 1917 
Ralph Carleton, 1902 
Stephen Grant, 1905 

BEARCE, 

Frances Henry, 1896?; 
Henry Merrill, 1865 
Ralph King, 1895 

BECK, 

Ethel Higgins, 1905n 

BECKETT, 

Alice Maud, 1914 

BECKFORD, 
Angle Lee, 1913 

BEDFORD, 

Ella Mildred, 1915 

BEEDE. 

Helen Reed, 1893 
Joshua William, 1893/( 

BEETLE, 

Carl N., 1919W 

BELCHER, 
Hiram, 1828/t 

BELGER, 

William Thomas, 1918?! 

BELKNAP, 

Mary Blaisdell, 1901 

BELL, 

Samuel, 1866» 

BELLATY, 

Helena Bernice, 1909 

BENNER, 

Edward Randall, 1855m 

BENNETT, 

Addie Imogene, 1910« 
Edward Howard, 1902h 
Francis Marion, 1868)i 
Joseph E., 1842?? 
Lemon, 1848)? 
William Bryant, 1868» 

BENSON, 

Charles Bemis, 1868« 
Clair Frank, 1913 
Louise May, 1900?i 

BERRY, 

Arthur Henrv, 1894 
Emma Louise, 1910 
George Richer, 1885 
Homer Andrew, 1891h 
Josephine Mary, 1903)i 
Katherine, 1893 
Leona Garland, 1910 
Lillian Eunice, 1904?t 
Mary Eleanor, 1904?? 
Myron Eugene, 1907 
Nicholas Luther, 1913?? 
Wilbur French, Jr., 1916?? 



BESSE, 

Joseph Avery, 1919h 
BESSEY, 

Alden Edward, 1866?? 

Harriet Vigue, 1897 

Lenora, 1898 

Merton Wilmot, 1894)! 
BETTS, 

Herman Brudenell, 1907 

Myrtis Bassett, 1907 
BEVERAGE, 

Caro Edna, 1907 

Marston Leadbetter, 1919?; 

Orris Lyford, 1887 

Rose Marian, 1907 
BICKFORD, 

Arthur Fillmore, 1916 

Augustus Alvin, 1880» 

Calvin, 1841 

Jessie Mower, 1910i( 

Martin Luther, 1837 

Samuel A., 1847 
BICKMORE, 

Albert Henry, 1893 

John Frank, 1886?? 

Mary Emma, 1893 
BICKNELL, 

Albion Harris, 1885/; 

Edith Cena, 1903 

Fred Judson, 1877» 

Grace Bennett, 1902 

Putnam Perley, 1915?? 

William Martin, 1844 
BIGELOW, 

Amasa, Jr., 1862?? 

Frank Merrill, 1905?? 

Merrill Albert, 1918 

Osborne Pratt, 1853n 
BILL, 

Carrie Raymond, 1884?! 
BILLINGS, 

Adonirani Judson, 1853?? 

John, 1825f 
BISBEE, 

Spaulding, 1913» 
BISHOP, 

Agnes Powers, 1900i! 

Harvey Harwood, 1899 

Robert Sanders, 1912?? 
BISSON, 

Napoleon, 1913?? 
BIXBY, 

Amos, 1848)! 

Solomon Everett, 1849 
BLACK, 

John Andrew, 1894?! 

Leslie Lyman, 1919?? 

Richard Wiggin. 1860h 



Index 



BLACKBURN, 

Alexander Maxwell, 1901 

Nathan Bishop, 1907?i 
BLACKINTON, 

Shirley Goss, 1916 
BLACKWELL, 

Helene, 1919 

Joseph, 1850 
BLADES, 

Wilbur James, 1917 
BLAINE, 

James Gillespie, 1875/i 
BLAISDELL, 

Burton Byron. 1916/i 

Elizabeth Pierce, 1905 

Mary Emma, 1901 
BLAKE, 

Albion William, 1911 

Alfred Cookman, 1895» 

Alton David, 1910 

Cyrus C, 1908)i 

Frederic Dana, 1861 
BLANCE, 

Clarke, 1912?; 
BLANCHARD, 

Addison, 1863h 

Albert Little, 1894 

Frederick Davis, 1919 

John Augustus, 1850 

Lena Potter, 1915 

Maurice Herbert, 1909?; 

Moses Clement, 1850 

Nathan Weston, 1855 

William S., 1840h 
BLEWETT, 

Scotto Hedge, 1871 
BLISH, 

Frederic W., 1834n 
BLISS, 

Carleton Merrill, 1918ji 

Julius, 1832re 
BLODGET, 

J. M. G., 1832m 
BLUNT. 

Ambrose, 1863m 

Ralph Charles, 1917m 
BOARDMAN, 

George Dana, 1822 

Howard Gilkey, 1918 
BODFISH, 

Frank, 1862m 

Henry Milton, 1865m 
BONNEY, 

Frank Alton, 1906m 

Harry Charles, 1907 

Percival, 1863 

William Lowell, 1892 
BOOTHBY, 

lanthis Rowland, 1903m 



Stephen, 1857 

BOSTLEMANN, 
Sophie Pratt, 1914h 

BOSTON, 

Ida Proctor, 1909n 

BOSWORTH, 

George Whitefield, 1837 
Walter Sanger, 1882 

BOULIA, 

Agnes Louise, 1910m 

BOURNE, 

Harry A., 1919m 

BOURQUE, 

George Napoleon, 1919« 

BOUTELLE, 

Artemas L., 1834» 
Nathaniel Rogers, 1860/i 
Timothy, 1839/i 
Timothy, Jr., 1830?; 

BOUTIN, 

Austin Samuel, 19 14?; 

BOWDOIN, 

Isaiah Adelbert, 1906 

BOWEN, 

Katharine, 1914)? 
Robert Hall, 1914 

BOWKER, 

Elmer Roy, 1913 

BOWLER, 

Beatrice Evelyn, 1919 

Inez, 1907 

Lawrence Ross, 1913 

Merle, 1915m 

Stephen Longfellow, 1847 

BOWMAN, 

Dennis Evarts, 1893 
Fred Raymond, 1887 
Helen Hortense, 1899 
Herbert Goodhue, 1904m 

BOYADJIEFF, 

Kristie Ivanoff, 1903m 

BOYD, 

Byron, 1886 

BOYNTON, 

Addie Knight, 1910 
Alice Coburn, 1916 
Anna Martha, 1906 
Janet Stephens, 1898 

BRACKETT, 

Ethelyn Marguerite, 1900 
Horace Welley, 1855n 
Nathan Cook, 1864m 
Ruth Francis, 1916w 

BRADBURY, 

Charles Dana, 1851m 
Charles Webster, 1834 
Frederic Gowen, 1865;? 
Hilda Drake, 1919 
James Tyler, 1855 



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John B., 1838m 

John Bi-ackett, 1857 

Marguerite Todd, 1918 

Mary Farr, 1888 

Ralph Ebbett, 1919 

Woodman, 1887 
BRADEEN, 

Fred Barton, 1897n 

Philip L., 1906H 
BRADFORD, 

Freeman. 1827 

Lucius, 1838w 

Lucius, 1867/i 

P. D., 1832rnn 

Shadrach S., 1837?; 

Zabdiel, 1834 
BRADLEE, 

Charles William, Jr., 190S« 

Eleanor Frances, 1916?; 
BRADLEY, 

George, 1853 

William Stickney, ISTin 
BRADMAN, 

Mary Emerald, 191 Iw 
BRADSTREET, 

Franklin, 1913?i 

John Forest Teague, 1914?i 

Minerva, 1919h 
BRADY, 

Herman Edgar, 1892h 
BRAGDON, 

Florence Wilkins, 1902 

Laura Augusta, 1914?i 
BRAGG, 

Frank Leon, 1917h 

Helen Amanda, 1884 

Mary Gsnevra, 1901 
BRAINARD, 

Albion Hale, 1888 

Augustus Reuben, 1849 
BRAISLIN, 

Priscilla H., 1884ft 
BRAMHALL, 

Ralph Albin, 1915 
BRANN, 

Benjamin Erwin, 190471 

Edward Newton, 1872m 

Mercv Agnes, 1897 

Stephen Fletcher, Jr., 1914 
BRAY, 

Alice Mabel, 1895 

Horace L. Stilson, 1855?i 
BRECKENRIDGE, 

Hazel Lydia, 1911m 
BRENEMAN, 

Helen Beede, 1893 
BRETTUN, 

Sorannus L., 1828m 



BRICKETT, 

Helen Ruth, 1915m 

BRIDGES, 

Inez Wallace, 1911» 
Raymond Clifford, 1911 

BRIDGHAM, 

Derrick Stafford, 1854 
Luther Crocker, 1886 
Thomas Jefferson, 1857 

BRIGGS, 

Alpheus Eveleth, 1874m 
Andrew Howard, 1839 
Donald Stone, 1909m 
George W., 1845m 
Harold Tilton, 1906h 
Thomas Benton, 1864m 

BRITTON, 

Hattie Emily, 1879 
Isaac, 1869 

BRONSON, 

Benjamin S., 1848w 
Walter Cochrane, 1904/i 

BROOKINGS, 
Elias, 1862 

BROOKS. 

Alice Davies, 1906 
Clayton Kingman, 1898 
James, 1828 
Jennie Chase, 1904h 
Kendall, 1854/; 
Samuel Coney, 1887 
Stratton Duluth, 1912/! 
William Eustis, 1862 
Winifrwl Helen, 1887 

BRCHY, 

Harriot Ellen, 1910m 
John Shepherd, 1914w 

BROWN, 

Abbie Weed, 1908 
Addie Holway, 1907 
Alice Lowe, 1899 
Bertha Louise, 1888 
Charles Corey, 1886 
Charles Joseph, 1871m 
Charles Robinson, 1865)i 
Charles Rufus, 1887/i 
Edith Pratt, 1916 
Florence Burleigh, 190l7i 
Harry Sanford, 1899 
Harold Spencer, 1917 
Hattie Maria, 1894» 
Henry Padelford, 1835 
Henry S., 1832»i}t 
James, 1850)i 
Jesse B., 1876» 
John Newton, 1838/! 
Margaret Helen, 1917 
Marian E., 1912 
Mose.-^ Dakin, 1853m 



Index 



Orie Olivia, 1S82 
Royden Valentine, 19H?i 
Sadie Loantha, 1894 
Simon Stratton, 1858 
Stanley Fred, 1910 

William Edward, 1864« 

William L., 1847w 

William Reed, 1855?i 

William Wirt, 1899 
BROWNBILL, 

James, 1875w 
BROWNE, 

Herbert Maurice, 1898 

Ida Blanche, 1916 

Sewall, 1861W 
BROWNELL, 

Crary, 1913n 
BROWNLOW, 

Earle Hartwell, 1910w 
BROWNSON, 

William Henry, 1877 
BRUCE, 

Benjamin G., 1836« 

Wallace Erwin, 1886 
BRUNEL, 

Roger Frederic, 1903 
BRUNELLE, 

Lorenzo Alec, 1917n 
BRUSH, 

David Carey, 1916w 
BRYANT, 

Amasa, 1871/i 

Bertha Hannah, 1909ot 

Carl Rubens, 1904 

Clara Wilson, 1908m 

Frederic, 1895 

George Fred Lull, 1917 

Hannibal Hamlin, Jr., 1905 

Judson Billings, 1886 

Martha Elizabeth, 1909?i 

Napoleon Bonaparte, 1848w 
BUCK, 

•Alfred Eliab, 1859 

Jennie Maud, 1899 

Jesse Dean 1904m 

Margaret Hare, 1911m 

Thomas Barnes, 1851 
BUCKNAM, 

Marjorie Milliken, 1911n 
BUHLEIER, 

Peter Joseph, 1918m 
BUKER, 

Helene Bradbury, 1918 

Milfred Lsaac, 1909 
BULLARD, 

Frank Dearborn, 1881 

Mathew B., 1845n 
BULLEN, 

George, 1853 



BUNDY, 

Helen Nichols, 1912m 
BUNEMAN, 

August Cornelius, 1901n 
BUNKER, 
Alonzo, 1862 
Augusta Olive, 1898m 
Helen Emily, 1897m 
Jessie May, 1894?i 
Minnie, 1889?2 
BURBANK, 
Aaron, 1826^ 
Caleb, 1830 
Daniel E., 1838m 
John F., 1837m 
Josiah Prescott, 1861m 
Levi Sumner, 1870/i 
Moses, 1836 
Nelson Sinclair, 1889 
Porter S., 1837m 

BURGESS, 

Chauncey H., 18307?ni 
Howard Otis, 1913m 

BURKE, 

Jeremiah Edmund, 1890 
Joseph Patrick, 1914 

BURLEIGH, 

Everett Edwin, 1887 
Florence Maude, 1901m 
Parker Prescott, 1889 
Preston Newell, 1887 
Samuel Appleton, 1894 

BURNHAM, 

William Carey, 1878 

BURNS, 

BURNS, 

BURRILL, 

Albion Russell, 1865m 
Emmons Parkman, 1908m 
William Henry, 1830 

BURROUGHS, 

Ralph John, 1914m 

BURTON, 

Augustus Marion, 1880/i, 
Irving Francis, 1898 
John Arthur, 1908 
William Errold, 1916 

BURTT, 

Edwin Palmer, 1884 
Joseph Manning, 1876/i 

BUSWELL, 

Charles S., 1836k 
Mary Margaret, 1912 

BUTLER, 

Benjamin Franklin, 1838 
Ethel Hannah, 1909 
John, 1832/1 
Leonard, 1865m 
Mary Hall, 1912 



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Nathan, 1854w 

Nathan Taplin, 1914 

Nathaniel, 1842 

Nathaniel, Jr., 1873 

Sheppard Emery, 1903 

Thomas Melvin, 1868 
BUTTERFIELD, 

Horatio Q., 1848h 

John, 1893« 
BUTTERS, 

Charles H., 1836m 
BUXTON, 

(William) Albert, 1882« 
BUZELLE, 

George Brainerd, 1860 
BUZZELL, 

Alice Jane, 1905 

Louise Newcomb, 1911 

Marion Eustis, 1918); 

William Olin, 1914?? 
BYNON, 

Mabel Allan, 1914 
CAIN, 

Florence Linda, 1917h 
CALDERWOOD, 

George Irvin, 1907»i 
CALDWELL, 

Adelbert Farrington, 1891 

Cornelia Beatrice, 1900 

Minnie Belle, 1892ot 

Samuel Lunt, 1839 
CALHOUN, 

Dorothy Donnell, 1909» 
CALLAGHAN, 

Minnie Caldwell, 1892k 
CALLAHAN, 

Edp-ar Frederic, 1909m 
CAMBRIDGE, 

Arthur Adams, 1883 
CAMERON, 

Leslie Georgina, 1912m 
CAMPBELL, 

David Wass, 1871m 

David Wass 2d, 1899n 

Elmer Wilmot, 1917 

Elna Asinath, 1914m 

Fred Ii-ving, 1871 

George Herbert Glover, 1915 

George Russell, 1891 

Harold Sterling, 1915 

Helen Burnham, 1908 

John Adams, 1916 

Julia Macomber, 1912m 

Marion, 1919 

Philip Lawrence, 1914 
GANDA, 

Evelyn Carver, 1908?; 
CANHAM. 

Harriet Isabella, 1917 



CAPEN, 

James Winchell, 1845 
CARD, 

Inez Hazen, 1908 
CAREY, 

Austin, 1837» 

Robert Tyrrell, 1919n 

Samuel, 1852)! 

Walter, 1890 
CARLETON, 

Albert, 1867n 

Mary Lane, 1894 
CARLL, 

Florence Sargent, 1912 

Lillian Mae, 1912 
CARLTON, 

Cyrus Henry, 1856h 

David R., 1849m 

Michael, 1820? 
CARPENTER, 

Albert Edwin Calvin, 1912) 

Earle Atkins, 1915)) 

Frank Simonds, 1914 

Gilbert Herman, 1851 

Isaac D., 1832))) 

John F., 1830))) 
CARR, 

Robert W., 1849k 
CARROLL, 

Charles, 1885 

Charles Michael, 1917m 

William Bailey, 1913 
CARSON, 

Irving James, 1917m 
CARTER, 

Israel E.. 1832))iM 

Jennie Linton, 1906m 

Loren Frank, 1916)) 

Mary Caswell, 1904 

Pearl Pierce, 1908m 

Ray Cecil, 1911 

Samuel Rawson, 1851w 

Seneca, 1832))) 
CARVER, 

Evelyn Alberta, 1908)) 

Leonard Dwight, 1868 

Mary Low, 1875 

Rose Mildred, 1911 

Ruby, 1904 
GARY, 

Frank Woodbridge, 1910 
CASE, 

Charles Haynes, 1880 

Cyrus, 1840)1 

John Elijah, 1880 
CASEY, 

John Francis, 1908)) 
CASWELL, 

Ai.nie Mabel, 1918n 



Index 



Mary Helen, 1904 

GATES, 

Abraham Barker, 1874 
Barker Gillis, 1912n 
Edward Earle, 1883 
Horace Getchell, 1883 
Samuel Clark, 1912 

CAVERLY, 

Zachariah Boody, 1843 

CAWLEY, 

Edward Dennis, 1917 

CHADWICK, 
Edmund, 1840-re 
Edmund A., 1842?! 

CHAMBERLAIN, 
Alfred Henry, 1918?i 
Charles LaForest, 1897« 
Charles L. Roland, 1919)i 
Ebenezer Niles, 1853n 
Ethel Glendenning, 1915 
Kenyon Field, 1916?i 
Marguerite May, 1915 

CHAMPLIN, 
Augustus, 1862 
James Tifft, 1873/i 
John Armstrong, 1863u 

CHANDLER, 
Aurelius, 1827m 
Benjamin F., 1837?; 
George Langdon, 1868» 
Joseph, 1909 
Lucius Henry, 1831 

CHANEY, 

Ernest Leslie, 1892); 
Grace Emma, 1900 
James Franklin, 1871h 
Verena Hilton, 1910 

CHAPLIN, 

Hugh Ross, 1880 
Jeremiah, 1828 
John O'Brien, 1825 

CHAPMAN, 

Clark Drummond, 1909 
Caro Bernice, 1910 
Hannibal Hamlin, 1897 
Henry Smith, 1856)i 
John A. M., 1855?i 
Wilford Gore, 1883 
Wilford Gore, Jr., 1912 

CHASE, 

Alden Fitzroy, I886/1 
Alice White, 1899 
Bertha Wiley, 1903?2 
Charles Augustus, 1878 
Charles Wesley, 1869 
Errol Cleveland, 1918w 
Eunice Eliza, 1918 
Fred Virgil, 1876 
George Colby, 1895/i 



Heber, 1832wn 

Henry Lewis, 1857 

Irah, 1830/1 

Jennie Belle Heath. 1904?! 

James Underwood, 1861 ?! 

Jonathan Ervin, 1914?t 

Lyman, 1843 

Marie Louise, 191 l?i 

Marion Miller, 1916 

Marshall Spring, 1840 

Simeon Lovell Bearce, 186: 

William Bryant, 1899 

William F., 1836?i 

William Thomas, 1865 
CHENEY, 

Myi-tice Deering, 1896 
CHESMAN, 

Ralph Warren, 1916?i 
CHESTER, 

Edith Watkins, 1904 
CHIBA, 

Yugoro, 1897?? 
CHICKERING, 

Lucius, 1842 
CHILCOTT, 

Clio Melissa, 1895 
CHILD, 

James Loring, 1836/i 
CHILDS, 

Carrie Alma, 1903?i 
CHIPMAN, 

Alvah Hovey, 1891 

Charles Phillips, 1906 

Chaloner Oakes, 1892?? 

Guy Wilbur, 1902 

Isaac, 1839 
CHITTENDEN, 

William, 1919?? 
CHOATE, 

Charles Randall, 1910?? 
CHRISTOPHER, 

Paul Francis, 1914 
CHURCH, 

Lew Clyde, 1902 

Pharcellus, 1832/t 

Volney, 1831?» 
CHURCHILL 

Dorothy M., 1919?? 
CHUTE,' 

J. Andrew, 1830?? 

William Windsor, 1919?? 
CHUTTER, 

Frances Elizabeth, 1894 

Frederic George, 1885?? 
CLAIR, 

Yvette Gabrielle, 1916 
CLARK, 

Albion Byron, 1851 

Allen, 1904 



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Arthur French, 1915 
Caleb, 1825f 
Carroll Winn, 1880 
Cecil Whitehouse, 1905 
Cyrus S., 1828re 
Delber Wallace, 1911 
Edward Charles, 1894 
Edwin W., 1845» 
Emma Louise, 1912 
Eva Wilson, 1913m 
Helen Mildred, 1917n 
Henry Mandeville, 1869?i 
Henry William, 1900re 
Jonathan Barron, 1852w 
Josephine Ella, 1908 
Julius Stimpson, 1861n 
Laura Smith, 1898 
Lena May. 1908% 
Rhena Louise, 1901 
Rose Richardson, 1905 
Samuel Warren, 1862rt 
Thomas Hopkinson, 185571 
Whiting Stevens, 1862 
William Heman, 1868 

CLARKE 
Ivory, 1834 

Margaret Anne, 1909w 
Theodore, 1866n 

CLARKIN, 
Alice A., 1916 
Mary Catherine, 1917 

CLAY, 

Charles Leonidas, 1868 

CLEAVELAND, 
John S., 1830mn 

CLEAVES, 

Arthur Wordsworth, 1898 

CLEMENT, 

Charles Luther, 1897 
Charles Wesley, 1870-m 
Chester Weld, 1880n 
Eva Estelle, 1904 
Ira, 1832m 
Levi Hoyt, 1873 
Milton, 1834« 
Willard Kimball, 1884 

CLEVELAND, 

Florence Cross, 1912 
Harriet Lucia 1904 
Irvin Levi, 1913 
John, 1831/4 

CLIFFORD, 

Edith Washburn, 1914 
Isaac Selden, 1862(i 

CLOUGH, 

Bertha Emma, 190471 
John Blake, 1868 
Lucien Bonaparte, 185071 
Lucy Isabel, 1913 



Madeline Emma, 1914 

CLOUTIER, 

Harold J., 191971 

CLOWE, 

George Wyman, 1865 

CLUKEY, 

Charles James, 1906n 
Herbert John, 1913 

COBB, 

Charles E., 1849?i 
Elias, 1827/1 
Hazel Eleanor, 191871 
Lemuel Howard, 1867 

COBURN, 
Alonzo, 1841 
Charles, 1844- 
Charles Miller, 1881 
Grace Maud, 1893 
Louise Helen, 1877 
Samuel Weston, 1841 
Stephen, 1839 

COCHRAN, 

Edmund, 1832w!?! 
W., 1832))ni 

COCHRANE, 

Granville Park, 1861b 
Granville P., 1880/i 
Helen Louise, 1908 
James Brier, ISGln 
James Edward, 1880 
Jennie May, 1904 
Wilbur Willis, 1885 

COFFIN, 

Benjamin, 1896 
Charles Ransom, 1867 
Geneva Hazel, 1910i! 

COFFREN, 

James Bryan, 1858)! 

COHEN, 

Charles Emerson, 1892 
Harry, 19127i 

COLBY, 

Alice Louise, 1908re 
Augusta, 1902 
Jonathan S., 1842)( 
Joseph Lincoln, 1905/i 
Richard Garland, 1835 

COLCORD, 

Edward John, 1875 
John Wiggin, 1841 

COLE, 

Albert Sawyer, 1896 
Alice Lena, 1898 
Charles Calvin, 1869m 
Edmund Chase, 1871); 
Ernest Hamilton, 1912 
Florence Judson, 1914 
Hazel Bowker, 1911 
Helen Dorothy, 1917 



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Laura Day, 1911 
Marie Chase, 1911n 
Phyllis Frances, 1918 
Robert, 1845ri 
Robert, 1854/i 
Samuel, 1853 
Wilbur Vose, 1911 
William Morse, 1888n 

COLEMAN, 

G«orge William, 1911/i 
John Thew, 1894 
Nathaniel Bryant, 1863w 

COLLINS, 

Clara Wilson, 1914 
Edna Moffat, 1896 
Edward Mortimer, 1882 
Jennie Farnum, 1915 
Maude Files, 1912?i 
Ralph Southworth, 1915w 
Richard, 1896 
Samuel A., lS62/i 
Violet French, 1918 
William Russell, 1880?i 

COLOMY, 

Robert E., 1914 

COLPITTS, 

Robert Alder, 1907 

COLVER, 

Nathaniel, Jr., 185071 

COMERFORD, 

Rae Volney, 1915)i 

COMINGS, 

Isaac Miller, 1836 

CONANT, 

Charles Edward, 1879 
Hermon, 1863?i 
Marshall, 1830m)i 

CONDON, 

Esther Weeks, 1909 
Frank Bramhall, 1908 
Randall Judson, 1886 

CONE, 

Flora Watson, 1891n 

CONLON, 

James Bernard, 1919?! 

CONNOR, 

Georgia May, 1907 

CONNERS, 

Harry Myles, 1893 

CONY, 

Samuel, Jr., 1829w 

COOK, 

Annie Eliza, 1907 
Charles Edwin, 1887 
Daniel Francis, 1833 
Eaton, 1918JI 
Edith Morris, 1898 
Edward M., 1919w 
Edward Maynard, 1863n 



George Reed, 1907?;. 

Henrietta Gilkey, 1914n 

Jacob Mott. 1831 

Mildred, 1919to 

Samuel, 1821t 

Taylor, 1918)4 

William Rodney, 1905n 
COOKE 

Raymond Harold, 1898 
COOKSON, 

John L., 1835/1 
COOLEDGE, 

Isaac Jarvis, 1853w 
COOLIDGE, 

Horace Ober, 1919?i 

James Oberson, 1851 
COOMBS, 

Gertrude Hazleton, 1911 

John Wesley, 1906 
COPELAND, 

Marion Edna, 1919w 
CORBETT, 

Susan Angelina, 1908 
CORBIN, 

Oliver J., 1832m 
COREY, 

Solomon. 1917w 
CORNFORTH, 

Columbus, 1856m 

George Erastus, 1899n 

Linton Casimir, 1855?i 
CORNISH, 

Leslie Colby, 1875 
CORSON, 

Edith Nellie, 189971 

Henry Lysander, 1898 

Minnie, 189771 
CORTHELL, 

Grace Emogene, 1908 

William 1844 

William Johnson, 1857 
COSTELLO, 

Peter, 1863n 
COTTLE, 

Alfred Bradbury, 1891 

Augusta, 1896n 

Barzillai, 183871 
COTTON, 

Alvin Leslie, 1908 

Carl, 1900 

Edward Howe, 1905 
COULLIARD, 

Charles Caldwell, 1866rt 
COWING, 

William Albert, 1904 
COX, 

Arthur Davenport, 1903 

Charles Arthur, 1897)! 

Francis A., 1835/i 



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Jennie, 1908ji 

John Hosmer, 1875 
COY, 

Guilford Dudley, 1905 
CRABTREE, 

Howard Hersey, 1906); 
CRAFT, 

Gladys Viola, 1918 
CRAIG, 

Arthur Dugdale, 1916 

Edwin Parker, 1906 

Elmer Reginald, 1919 

John P., 184771 

Walter Ellis, 1907 
CRAM, 

Benjamin Ralph, 1896)i 

Berle, 1916 

Georgia Connor, 1907 . 

Margaret Estelle, 1903n 
CRANDALL, . 

Hiram, 1832m 
CRANDON, 

Frank, 1899?i 
CRANE, 

Abijah Robinson, 1856 

David Fifield, 1855 

Nettie Bickford, 1909?i 
CRATTY, 

Arthur Jeremiah, 1915?! 

Ellen Mary, 1911 
CRAWFORD, 

John Hugh, 1916 

William Campbell, 1882 
CRAWSHAW, 

John Edward, 1902n 
CREECH, 

Eleanor Mae, 1910 

Etta Alice, 1912 
CREELMAN, 

Ira Everett, 1919 
CRIE, 

Nellie Whitten, 1900h 
CROCKETT, 

Harold Mills, 1917n 

Leon Wardwell, 1915 
CROFF, 

Ida May 1910 
CRONIN, 

Edward Alexander, 1919 
CROSBY, 

Atwood, 1863n 

Edgar Herbert, 1880 

Harold Josiah, 1910n 

Iris Carle, 1916 

Lucy Evelyn, 1897h 

Luther Byron, 1859h 

Nathaniel Hanscom, 1887 
CROSS, 

Florence Belle, 1912 



Harmon Stevens, 1897 
Myra Alta, 1917 

GROSSMAN, 

Albert Beverly, 1917 
Thomas James, Jr., 1915 

CROSWELL, 

Mary Sibylla, 1896 
Micah Sampson, 1855ii 

CROWELL, 

Edwin Levi, 1855h 
Mary Weston, 1911 
Merle Wilson, 1910n 

CRUTE, 

Fannie Miller, 1909 

CUMMINGS, 

Anna Sarah, 1890 
Bessie Margaret, 1912 
Ebenezer Edson, 1828 
Elkanah Andrews, 1847 
Enoch L., 1847« 
Gertrude Randall, 1892 
Grace Maria, 1892 
Helen Warren, 1911w 
Jennie Winifred, 1901); 
John Ernest, 1884 
Lora Grace, 1893 
Mark Andrew, 1849 
Sarah Stella, 1907 

CUMSTON, 

Charles Henry, 1870 

CUNNINGHAM, 
Emily Ann, 1915 

CURRIE, 

Eugene Kelvie, 1914 
Linda Jane, 1897w 

CURRIER, 

Elias Pike Collins, 1915» 
Samuel H., 1847m 

CURRY, 

Samuel Silas, 1905/( 

CURTIS, 

Benjamin W., 1836» 
Charles Lawrence, 1896» 
Edwin Freeland, 1893n 
Harry Lindsay, 1912« 
Henry Fuller, 1887 
Jessie Gertrude, 1899» 
Philip Goulding, 1916ri 
Raymond Cyrus, 1914 
Susan Amelia, 1884 
Thomas Fenncr, 1863/) 
William, 1839m 
William Ralph, 1890 
Winfred Francis, 1908m 

GUSHING, 

Frank Burton, 1881 
Henry Howard, 1898m 
Henry Joseph, 1864 
Lena, 1914 



Index 



Ruth Whitman, 1915?i 

CUSHMAN, 

Ernest Thomas, 1900 
Henry Semple, 1913 

CUTTING, 

Newell S., 1835r( 

DACEY, 

Walter Carleton, 1915 

DAGGETT, 

Cecil Maurice, 1903 
Charles D., 1832mw 
Madeline, 1917 
Marian Ruth, 1917 

DALE, 

Hervey S., 1834m 

DALRYMPLE, 

Henry Raymond, 1898?; 

DALTON, 
Asa, 18i8n 
Elbridge G., 1842% 

DAMAN, 

Franklin, 1844h 

DANE 

John Churchill, 1913)! 

DANFORTH, 
Albert, 1867 
Lora May, 1914 

DANIELS. 

Edwin Augustus, 1870); 

DASCOMBE, 

Colin Henry, 1899 
Edna Florence, 1898 
Effie Cynthia, 1891 

DAVIES, 
Alice Hope, 1906 
John Francis, 1881 
Oscar Charles Sanborn, 

DAVIS, 

Alta Estelle, 1918 
Benjamin Leroy, 1864i( 
Caleb Bailey, 1842/i 
Charles Henry, 1853 
David, Jr., 1854n 
Dorothy Tubbs, 1914 
Elbridge Gerry, 1907?/ 
Earle Hurd, 1914h 
Frederick Gordon, 1913 
George, 1836/i 
George Henry, 1865(i 
George Weston, 1868 
Gustavus F., 1827/!, 
Harriet Lawler, 1912w 
Josie Toward, 1899 
Lloyd Lester, 1917 
Nathaniel F., 1894/i 
Nellie Christine, 1919n 
Pearl Lucinda, 1909 
Ralph Bertram, 1909 
Raymond Osgood, 1915 



Sara Ernestine, 1905)! 

Stephen Clyde, 1901?! 

Walter Isidore, 1878 
DAY, 

Francis J., lS36w 

Hartley Wood, 1841/! 

Hartly W., 1837n 

Holman Francis, 1887 

Laura Lovell, 1911 
DAYHUFF, 

Orlando Melnotte, 1909)i 
DEAN, 

Benjamin W., 1848w 

Ethel Knowlton, 1909 

Frank Osborne, 1909 

Laura Emma, 1919 

Mary Donald, 1910 
DEANE, 

George Neal, 1910i! 

Georgia Ella, 1898)i 
DEARBORN, 

Hall Clarence, 1902)i 
DEARING, 

John Lincoln, 1884 
DEASY, 

Frederick Daniel, 1914)i 

Joseph Herbert, 1917 
DECKER. 

Helen Purinton, 1897)! 
DECORMIER, 

Robert Romeo, 1915r! 
DE COSTER, 

John Franklin, 1879)! 
DELAHANTEY, 

Emma Berry, 1910 
DELANO, 

B. L., 1832))!)! 

Edna Stephens, 1898 
DEMPSEY, 

Hugh, 1846 
DENNEN, 

Stephen Rollins, 1849 
DENNETT, 

Mabel Freese, 1904)i 
DENNIS, 

John, Jr., 1845)! 
DENNISON, 

Hubert Artson, 1882 

Joshua A., 1830/! 

Susie Stearns, 1881)) 
DERBY, 

Irving Marsh, 1918)) 
DESMOND, 

William Bacon, 1898 
DEVERE. 

Earl Robert, 1918m 
DEWHURST, 

Frederic Eli, 1878 



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DEWITT, 

John Bailey, 1912 

DEXTER, 

Flora Norton, 1918 
Henry Franklin, 1884 
Henry Vaughn, 1842 
Wilbur Brooks, 1914 

DICK, 

Archibald Mitchell, 1891 
Leonard Lorenzo, 1886 

DICKERSON, 

Emeline Fletcher, 1891 
Jonathan Garland, 1836 
Helen Frances, 1908 

DILLINGHAM, 

William A. P., 1863fe 

DILWORTH, 

Emma Knauff, 189571 

DINGLEY, 

Nelson Jr., 1855w 
William H., 1844n 

DINSMORE, 

Charles M., lS59h 
Fred Irving, 1878w 
John, 1846)t 
John Edward, 1883n 

DIVER, 

Florence May, 1900 

DIXON, 

Florence, 1903w 

DOBBIN, 

Carroll Edward, 1916 

DODGE, 

Charles Everett, 1910w 
Charles Hovey, 1892m 
Francis Macomber, 1852 
Harvey Bingham, 1827 
Marion Edith, 1914 
Oliver Augustus, 1833 
Rex Wilder, 1906 
Roland Lester, 1910w 
William Lamb, 1906 

DODS, 

William Bovee, 1850m 

DOE, 

Albert Pres<:ott, 1874m 
Arthur Lincoln, 1884 

DOLAN, 

John P., 1912 

DOLE, 

Leander Alfred, 1915m 

DOLLEY, 

Charles Edward, 1887 
Mira Louise, 1919 

DONALD, 

Charles Stewart, 1913); 
Mary Florence, 1910 

DONHAM, 

Grenville Mellen, 1865 



DONNELL, 

Christia May, 1906 
Dorothy, 1909 )i 
Francis Mitchell, 1884 
Harold Eugene, 1912n 

DONNELLY, 

Gertrude Viola, 1917 

DONOVAN, 

Nellie Bakeman, 1892 
Winfred Nichols, 1892 

DORE, 

John Sherburn, 1864m 

DORR, 

George Boardman, 186071 
Ida Browne, 1916 

DOUGHTY, 

Alden Eliphalet, 1900 

DOUGLASS, 

Edna Owen, 1902 

DOW, 

Charles Edward, 1896m 
Ella Hettie, 1912m 
Francis Neal, 1919)( 
George Harry, 1891m 
George Washington, 1852 
Harold Francis, 1910 
Horace Davenport, 1887 
Marion Goodwin, 1909 
Mary Hope, 1898 

DOWNS, 

Henry Smith, 1849 

DOYLE, 

Paul Jeremiah, 1914)i 
Robert James, 1917m 

DRAKE, 

Harriet May, 1906m 
John Murray, 1857n 
Llewellyn Henry, 1890m 

DRESSER, 

Horatio Sumner, 18657i. 
Julius Alphonso, 186571 
Kenneth Bartlett, 1914n 
Ruth Clement, 1916)i 

DREW, 

Marion Reed, 1902. 
Ralph Hudson, 1919 
William Winter, 1902 

DRINKWATER, 
Arthur, 1833/i 
Arthur Fuller, 1840 

DRISCOLL, 

Wentworth Vincent, 1919 

DRUMMOND, 

Albert Foster, 1888 
Charles Millett, 1898 
David Hutchinson, 1863» 
Hildegarde Vette, 1919 
Josiah Hayden, 1846 
Josiah Hayden, Jr., 1877 



Index 



Louise, 1914n 
Prince Albert, 1915 

DRURY, 

Alexander Greer, 1865w 

DUBORD, 

Predericlc Harold, 1914n 

DUDLEY, 

Annie Laura, 1914 
Elwood Earle, 1884 
Frank, 1866?i 
George Edwin, 1872?i 
George Otis, 1915 
Howard Channing, 1885m 
John Perley, 1902n 
Lionel Elwood, 1903 
Lulu Smith, 1905w 
Mildred Jenks, 1903 

DUFF, 

Ethel EsteUa, 1917 

DUFFY, 

Herbert Lewis, 1918ri 

DUNBAR, 

Edward Capen, 1919% 
Eugene Kincaid, 1872w 
Frank Collins, 1892w 
Philip Howard, 1908w 

DUNHAM, 

George Lora, 1882 
Harold Hiram, 1915?i 
Horatio Russ, 1886 
Lyndon Leon, 1891 
Mildred Ella, 1919m 

DUNLAP, 

Helen Minerva, 1911m 

DUNN, 

Alfred Crockett, 1917m 
Florence Elizabeth, 1896 
Fred Ballantyne, 1915 
Fred Grant, 1886 
Harry Wesley, 1896 
James Hugh, 1918 
Jennie June, 1903m 
Lewis Walker, 1907 
Mabel Esther, 1903m 
Nina Holmes, 1908 
Martha Baker, 1906/i 
Reuben Wesley, 1868 
Vivienne Wright, 1916 

DUNNACK, 

Llewellyn Smith, 1919h 

DUNNELL, 

Mark Hill, 1849 

DUNNING, 
Henry, 1882 
Mary Philbrook, 1900 

DUNTON, 

Arthur James, 1897m 
Frederick Bartlett, 1856m 
Larkin, 1855 



DURGAN, 

DeWitt Clinton, 1856m 
Elford Lindsay, 1896 

DURGIN, 

Hazel Alta, 1917 

DUTTON, 

Bessie Janet, 1913 

DWYER, 

Charles Clark, 1908 

DYER, 

Clement J., 1847m 
Franklin Mayo, 1916 
Fred Rainey, 1898m 
John Lyford, 1898 
Leonora Roxana, 1915m 
Lillian Longley, 1919m 
Odette Pollard, 1915 
Samuel Sleeper, 1862m 
Vernelle Wallace, 1915 

FAMES, 

Clayton Earle, 1912w 
Elizabeth Robinson, 1919 

EASTMAN, 

Clara Augustine, 1909 
Evie Walker, 1910m 

EATON, 

Florence, 1918 
Foster, 1917 
Hamlin Fairfield, 1872/), 
Harriet, 1919m 
Harvey Doane, 1887 
Harvey Doane, Jr., 1916 
Hazel Fletcher, 1916m 
Henry A., 1916 
Maud Nina, 1909 
Solomon, 1869?i 
Thomas Glover, 1880m 
William Harrison, 1903/i 
William L., 1837m 

EDDY, 

Henry Leslie, 1918m 

EDGECOMB, 

Ada Evelyn, 1896 

EDMUNDS, 

Charles Dole, 1883 
Frank Howard, 1885 

EELS, 

Joseph Oliver, 1899m 

EISENWINTER, 
Grace Bicknell, 1902 

ELDEN, 

Geoi-ge Boardman, 1855m 
Nathan, 1841?t 
Wallace Stcdman, 1889m 

ELDER, 

Joseph Freeman, 1860 
Marjorie Louise, 1902h 

ELDREDGE, 

Bertha Wilson, 1912 



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ELLERY, 

Adelaide True, 1890 
ELLINGWOOD, 

Eugene Fuller, 1918w 
ELLIOTT, 

Ezra Franklin, 1882 
ELLIS, 

Donald Witherle, 1913 

Mildred Steel-Brooke, 1910?? 
ELLSWORTH, 

Vivian Margaret, 1915 
ELWIN, 

Julia Maria, 1879)! 
ELY, 

Georg-e Ashley, 1898 
EMERSON, 

Edwin Ruthven, 1857?i 

Oliver, 1835 

Ruby Carver, 1904 

Walter Crane, 1884 
EMERY, 

Charles Melvin, 1863 

George Freeman, 1891/i 

Grace Edith, 1895?i 

James Stanley, 1851 

Robert Lovett, 1906)i 

Roscoe Conkling, 1907 

Sabine, 1858 

Sanford, 1832m 

Stephen Albert, 1863n 
EMMONS, 

Lewis, 1830m)i 
EMORY, 

Blanche Miriam, 1909 
ENGLISH, 

Fred Charles, 1916 
ENNIS, 

Walter Pratt, 1913)i 
ERBB, 

William Helms, 1917 
ERVIN, 

Caroline Noyes, 1908 

Robert Lynwood, 1911 
ESTABROOK, 

Colby Lester, 1912w 
ESTES, 

Charles Francis, 1857n 

Charles Sumner, 1884 

Hiram Cushman, 1847 

Jeremiah Horatiq, 1863» 

Myles Jeremiah, 1917jj 

Sumner, 1854n 
EUSTIS, 

William Wallace, 191(5» 
EVANS, 

Alfred Henry, 1881 

Austin Hall, 1894 

Enoch W., 1838?( 

Harvey, 1827 



Henry C, 1835ji 

James, 1832/i 

Mary Caroline, 1898 

William Augustus, 1827 
EVELETH, 

Frederic Howard, 1870 

Philip, 1836?i 
EVERETT, 

Augustus, 1836); 

Charles A., 1835?) 

Erastus, 1836n 

Franklin, 1838 

John Francis, 1917 

Myrtle Erdene, 1915 

Samuel, 1823< 

William Peters, 1853n 
EWER, 

Warren Baxter, 1866/) 

William Over, 1862 
FAIRBANKS, 

George Greenwood, 1847 
FAIRBROTHER, 

Charles Forrest, 1893 
FAIRCLOUGH, 

Olive Green, 1909 
FAIRFIELD, 

Charles Grandison, 1850?) 

Ethel Cynthia, 1910 

Seth Sweetsir, 1847 
FAIRMAN, 

Charles, 1850 
FALES, 

Jonathan Cilley, 1858 

Philetus, 1849)2 
FALL, 

George Perley, 1892 
FARNHAM, 

Hiram Everett, 1889 

Jonathan Everett, 1833 

Vance Harold, 1914)) 

William H., 1844n 
FARNSWORTH, 

Jonathan Brewer, Jr., 1853)) 

Thomas Webster, 1915)) 
FARNUM, 

George Llewellyn, 1870 

Grace Alma, 1917 

Idella Kathrine, 1914 

Jennie, 1915 
FARR, 

Ethel Elizabeth, 1896 

Frederick William, 1882 

Mary Edith, 1888 

Othd Willard Burnham, 1892)) 

Walter Bates, 1887 
FARRAR, 

Emmons Blaine, 1914 

Erold Robert, 1916)) 

Mabel Grace, 1901 



Index 



Marcia Jennie, 1914m 

Percy Silas, 1908 

Reginald Houston, 1910 

Samuel, 1826 
FARRINGTON, 

Blanche Claire, 1914 
FARWELL, 

Cora Hannah, 1906?i 

Edwin Wait, 1856u 

William, 1902m 
FAULKINGHAM, 

Philmore IMillard, 1918ii 

Ralph James, 1912?) 
FAULKNER, 

Caro Beverage, 1907 
FAY, 

Nathaniel Thomas, 1839 
FEENAN, 

Louise Allen, 1906m 
PELCH, 

Alvan. 1851^ 

Llewellyn M., 1907/; 

Rachel Ermina, 1911k 
FELKER, 

Elizabeth Helen, 1908?i 
FELLOWS, 

Benjamin F., 1830m?! 

Jonathan Goodhue, 1835 

May Elise, 1901)i 
FENTIMAN, 

Elsie Lawrence, 1911 
FERGUSON, 

James Alphonzo, 1895w 
FERNALD, 

Elizabeth Rose, 1918 

Minnie Estelle, 1911m 

Nellie Keene, 1910?; 

Robert Fobs, 1913m 
FERRELL, 

George Edwin, 1918 
FESSENDEN, 

Hewett C, 1838m 

Oliver G., 1838m 
FIDES, 

Averv M., 1915?; 
FIELD, 

Arthur Lee, 1905 

Samuel W., 1836); 
FIELDBRAVE, 

Theodore, 1916 
FIELDEN, 

Margaret Scott, 1911 
FIFIELD, 

Samuel Hubbard, 1860m 
FILES, 

Edith Gray, 1902 

George Wallace, 1902w 

Joseph Howard, 1877 



FISH, 

Arthur Elijah, 1882m 

Benjamin Franklin, 1885 

Charles. 1859m 

James Otis, 1882m 
FISHER, 

Oilman Clark, 1869 
FITCH, 

Thomas, 1827 
FITE, 

Alice Nye, 1897 
FITTZ, 

Hervey, 1829A 
FITZ 

Eustace C, I88O/1 
FITZGERALD, 

Gertrude Moody, 1903 

John Edward, 1913m 

Millard Edwin, 1900)( 
FLAGG, 

Charles Albert, 1886m 

Edmund W., 1844m 
FLANDERS, 

Carroll Benjamin, 1917 

Daniel Ford, 1908m 
FLANNIGAN, 

John Patrick, 1914m 
FLEMING, 

Annie Edna, 1911m 

Florence Ingersoll, 1913m 
FLETCHER, 

Alfred, 1839m 

Augustus Allen, 1857 

Cecil Gray, 1913m 

Edward Holmes, 1902m 

Emeline Marble, 1891 

Fred Nathaniel, 1882 

Grace Constance, 1917 

Hazel Irene, 1916m 

Henry, 1888 

Herbert Henry, 1919?) 

Lillian, 1888 

Phinehas, 1832Mt 

Stephen Copeland, 1859 

Wendall Omar, 1876/i 

William, 1891 
FLBWELLING, 

William Austin, 1909m 
FLINT, 

Clyde Milbery, 1917m. 

DeLafayette, 1897m 
FLOOD, 

Charles Russell, 1908 

Clarence Nathaniel, 1905 

Donald Brown, 1917 

Everett, 1879 

George Stickney, 1861 

John Arthur, 1900m 

Mildred Barton, 1917)! 



Colby College 



FLOYD, 

Elizabeth Penney, 1902n 
FLYE, 

Lois Meserve, 1902 
FOGG, 

Annie Louise, 1910m 

Charles Emerson, 1900 

Clarence Morrison, 1913k 

Judson J., 1842m 

Julius Howard Bradford 1902 

Lillian Winthrop, 1914 

Neal Dow, 1879?i 

Samuel, 1820f 

Wallace William, 1909» 
FOGLER, 

Berdena Trafton, 1903»t 

William Henry, 1863m 
FOGWELL, 

Jerome Philip, 1910 
FOLLETT, 

Heni-y Webster, 1870?? 

James Mitchell, 1871fe 
FOLSOM, 

Harold Morrell, 1900n 

Samuel Harmon, 1853m 
FOOTE, 

Bertha, 1897« 
FORBES, 

Margaret Lizzie, 1915 
FORBUSH, 

Jonathan M., 1836k 
FORD, 

Albert Aaron, 1879/( 

Harlan Page, 1895 

John Alexander, 1897/i 
FOSS, 

Arthur Montgomery, 1885 

Clarence Lester, 1915m 

Cordelius Roscoe, 1864» 

Henry Warren, 1896 

Lydia Page, 1903 1; 

Mary Ann, 1919 
FOSSETT, 

Hattie Simonton, 1907 
FOSTER, 

Charles, 1828 

Charles Freeman, 1855 

Charles Wilbert, 1871 

Clarence David, 1878m 

Dana Pitt, 1891 

■Elijah, 1823 

Frank Clifton, 1916 

George Curtis, 1915h 

Helen Thomas, 1914 

Herbert Ernest, 1896?i 

Howard Benjamin, 1909k 

John Barton, 1843 

John Hess, 1912 

John Marshall, 1877 



Joshua Burnsides, 1892m 

Lucile, 1916 

Nathan Grant, 1893 

Rachel Jones, 1899 

Reuben, 1855 
FOUNTAIN, 

Abbie Emma, 1895 
FOWLER, 

Alban, 1912 

Nathan L., 1845n 
FOYE, 

Jessie Curtis, 1899m 

Otis William, 1898 

Wilbur Garland, 1909 
ERASER. 

Alan Robert, 1918n 

Paul Frederick, 1915 
FREDRICKSON, 

Ruth Hussey, 1917n 
FREELAND, 

Florence Totman, 1909 
FREEMAN, 

Barnabas, 1840 

Enoch Weston, 1827 

Melville Chase, 1894 

Pauline Hamilton, 1912h 

Willard Wheeler, 1864m 
FREESE, 

John Wesley, 1868m 

Mabel, 1904m 
FRENCH, 

Annie Violet, 1918 

Charles Harry. 1881m 

Esther Dora, 1916 

Gertrude May, 1910m 

Lutie May, 1896 

William R., 1840m 
FRENTZ, 

Edward Williston, 1886h 
FREVOLA, 

John, 1918)1 
FRIEDMAN, 

Maurice Irving, 1917w 
FROHOCK, 

George H., 1913m 
FROST, 

Archie Norwood, 1894m 
FRYE, 

Alfred McParland, 1905 

Caleb Buffum, 1880 

Charles Henry Goddard, 1868m 

Henry Wakefield, 1889 

Robie Gale, 1882 

Thomas, 1842 

Wakefield Gale, 1851k 
FULLER, 

Alexander, 1859 

Charles Benjamin, 1896 

Charles, 1864m 



Index 



Edward, 1885 

Ernest Cummings, 1917?i 

Fred, 1873 
' Harry Philip, 1914 

Ida Mabel, 1877w 

Nettie Rebecca, 1906 

Norman Keith, 1898 
FULLERTON, 

Samuel Stanley, 1842 
PURBER, 

William Horace, 1882 
FURBUSH, 

Henry Dearborn, 1900 
GAGE, 

Bertelle Elmer, 1882n 

John, 1836W 

Lillia Bertha, 1885w 
GALE, 

Edith Hanson, 1897 
GALLAHER, 

Nicholas, 1862m 
GALLERT, 

Aimee Paula, 1900m 

David Jacque, 1893w 

Doris Paula, 1904w 

Minnie Emily, 1897re 

Miriam Fanny, 1897m 

Solomon, 1888 
GALLIER, 

Robert Harold, 1918w 

William D., 1919?i 
GALLUP, 

George G., 1830mn 

William, 1830mw 
GAMBLE. 

Alexander, 1847 

John, 1851 
GARDINER, 

Elsie Carleton, 1912 

John S., 1840w 

Oliver Cromwell, 1838 
GARDNER, 

Frederic Mack, 1881 

Joseph G., 1882n 
GARFIELD, 

Sarah Edna, 1911 
GARLAND, 

Eva Maude, 1903w 

George Erastus, 1882 

Jonathan May, 1862w 

Leona Cassandria, 1910 
GARNSEY, 

Thomas Hersey, 1851 
GARRICK, 

Nathan Henry, 1910 
GARRISON, 

Edwin William, 1830 
GATCHELL, 

Grace, 1897 



GATELY, 

Francis Paul, 1918« 

GATES, 

Francis Alonzo, 1837 
Enoch Gordon, 1919 

GAYLORD, 

William Henry, 1916k 

GEDDES, 
James, 1879 

GEORGE, 

Frank David, 1878h 
Harrison William, 1877« 

GERRY, 

Harry Mellin, 1898 
Jennie Tirrell, 1900w 

GETCHELL, 

Albert Colby, 1878 
Alberta Laurana, 1919?i 
Eldridge Lawrence, 1837 
Everett Lament, 1896 
Fred Gardner, 1878 
George Clark, 1863w 
George Clifford, 1826 
Laura Marion, 1912m 
Leslie Willis, 1907m 
Merle Smith, 1893 
Myra Marvell, 1898m 
Virginia Noyes, 1907 

GIBBONS, 

John Bernard, 1900m 

GIBBS. 

Charles Henry, 1878w 
Elmer Dow, 1912 
Emery Benton, 1888 
Hazel Millicent, 1917 
LaVerna Eaton, 1909n 
William Harris, 1877 

GIBSON, 

Fannie Louise, 1901m 
Frederick Alexander, 1919m 
Otis L., 1830mM 
William Putnam, 1830m 

GIDDINGS, 

Rockwood, 1833 
William F., 1848w 

GIFFORD, 
George, 1862 
Sarah Estella, 1905m 

GILBERT, 

Albert Dame, 1915 
Elsie Gardiner, 1912 
John Harvey, 1904m 
Percy Emerton, 1900 

GILE, 

Carrie Estella, 1912« 
Rinda Ward, 1909 

GILKEY, 

Henrietta Carver, 1914n 



Colby College 



GILLINGHAM, 

Arthur Douglas, 1914 

Frank Truscott, 1914 
GILLIS, 

Leona Achorn, 1910 
GILLMORE, 

Ralph Harold, 1916m 

Roy Winfred, 1915 
GILMAN, 

Aldine Clark, 1915 

Charlotte, 1918?; 

Esther Mathews, 1916ri 

Harry Lawson, 1897r? 

Joseph Albert, 1905 
GILMORE, 

Frank Albert, 1890 
GILPATRICK, 

Ethel, 1912 

Fred Rufus Means, 1868ri 

James, lS2etn 

Leon Southard, 1909 

Rose Adelle, 1892m 

Victor Adelbert, 1913?? 
GINN, 

Mildred Stevens, 1911w 
GLIDDEN, 

Forest Eugene, 1899?; 

Samuel Glidden, 1831 
GLOVER, 

Leon Otis, 1893 

Walter Lewis, 1903 

Willard, 1825 
GODDARD, 

Grace Mabel, 1897)i 
GODFREY, 

James, 1844?i 
COFFIN, 

Herman Oren, 1916»( 
GOING, 

Ezra, 1825f 

Jonathan, 1832/i 
GOLDEN, 

Mathew G., 1917n 
GOLDTHWAIT, 

Thomas, l8S8n 
GOLDTHWAITE, 

Ethel, 1896» 

John Coleman, 1913 

John 1860» 

Timothy, 1860?2 

William Franklin, 1840 

William, 1875 
GOOCH, 

Benjamin Austin, 1906 
GOOD, 

Alice Thomas, 1911 

Ralph Nelson, 1910 

Roy Frederick, 1913?i 



GOODALE, 

Charles Fechem, 1888w 
Minerva June, 1904?; 

GOODENOW, 
Smith B., 1838n 

GOODHUE, 

Norma Hoit, 1918 

GOODMAN, 

James M., 1837n 
Sarah Mathews, 1896 

GOODRICH, 

Annie McKenzie, 1915»! 
Daniel Foster, 1859 
Harold Wilson, 1918« 

GOODWIN. 

Ancier Louis, 1902 
Carroll Coburn, 1913h 
Eleanor Stone, 1905n 
Forrest, 1887 
Herbert Henry, 1912« 
Marion Elizabeth, 1909 
Ruth Eleanor, 1912 
Ruth Walker, 1915 
Warren Clifford, 1911n 
William Parker, 1888» 

GOODY, 

Alfred Sprague, 1900 
John Judah. 1894ri 

GOOGINS, 

George Edgar, 1886 

GOOKIN, 

Frederick Wingate, 1883?! 

GORHAM, 

George Albert, 1891 

GOSS, 

Nettie Margaret, 1913» 

GOULD, 

Charles Edwii., 1871m 
Clarence Garland, 1904 
Florence King, 1908 
George Abner, 1908 
George Howard, 1882m 
Mary Augusta, 1884 
Moses, 1826 
Samuel L., 1834w 
Walter, 1833 
William Edward, 1908m 

GOW, 

George Boardman, 1852 
John Russell, 1908/( 

COWARD, 
Isaac, 1828m 

GOWEN, 

Lorenzo Dow, 1854n 

GOWER, 

Cornelius Albert, 1867m 
Harrison B., 1845m 
Winnibel, 1909 



Index 



GRANATA, 

Tancredi Giovanni, 1914)( 
GRANGER, 

Abraliam Holley, 1839 
Edward Vaughn, 1871?; 
GRANT, 

Alice Gertrude, 1908m 
Chester Alden, 1910 
Eva Johnson, 1903 
Gertrude Elizabeth, 1914» 
Grace Stetson, 1907 
Leonard Warren, 1915 
Nathan Warren, 1918?i 
GRAVES, 
Linda, 1895 
Samuel Dean, 1893n 
William, 1831ft 
GRAY, 

Edgar Harkness, 1838 
Edith Mae Danforth, 1902 
Ernest Linwood, 1908?) 
Guy Manning, 1912» 
Harold Bradford, 1884« 
Herbert Lee, 1902 
John Carleton, 1863)i 
Joshua, 1837m. 
Madge Wilson, 1895 
Oliver Crosby, 1855 
Walter Llewellyn, 1895 

GREELEY, 

Arthur M., 1919?i 
Mildred Burdena, 1917 
Nina Vose 1897 
Royden Keith, 1913 
Susie Beatrice, 1911?; 
Winifred Belle, 1918 

GREEN, 

Adam Simpson, 1887 
Ernest Charles, 1913i( 
Harold Russell, 1914)( 
John Arthur, 1900fe 
Mary Lydia, 1890)i 
Olive Annette, 1909 

GREENE, 

Charles Warren, 1863?! 
George Herbert, 1862m 
Helen Hight, 1893m 
Howard Buck, 1913m 
John William, 1919m 
Marion Pearle, 1916m 
Mildred Sanborn, 1917 
Roscoe Goddard, 1839/( 
William Elithan, 1894m 
William Shaw, 1849 

GREENOUGH, 
John Reed, 1844 

GREER, 

Benjamin Fuller, Jr., 1916 



GREGORY, 

Arthur Emerson, 1916 

Martha Elizabeth, 1919m 
GREIG, 

Charlotte Prescott, 1908w 
GRIFFIN, 

John, 1883?i 

Marion Cummings, 1919 
GRIMES, 

Isaac William, 1881 
GRINDLE, 

Jennie Alice, 1910 

Thomas Scott, 1912 
GRISWOLD, 

Myron Adams, 1914n 
GROVER, 

Howard Haskell, 1865 
GROVES, 

John, 1837m 
GRUPE, 

Grace Vose, 1912 
GUILD, 

Earlon Kent, 1899 
GUNNING, 

Robert Halliday, 1847/t 
GUPTILL, 

Albert Mentzer, 1915 

Leon Clifton, 1909 

Oliver C, 1838m 

Orville Jewett, 1896m 
GURNEY, 

Albanus Kimball, 1871 

Charles Edwin, 1898 

Lawrence Emery. 1899 
HACKETT, 

Freeman Kendrick, 1912?? 

Rhonello Conant, 1916h 

Wallace Earle, 1909i( 
HACKLETON, 

Hervey, 1844m 
HADLOCK, 

Sara Lovisa, 1904); 
HAGAN, 

Jason McClintock 1913 
HAGERMAN, 

Arthur Edward, 1918m 

Gordon Lee, 1919m 
HAGGARD, 

Fred Porter, 1908/? 
HAGGERTY, 

Francis, 1902h 
HAGUE, 

Abbie Sanford, 1909 

Marion Ingalls, 1913 
HAHN, 

Benjamin D., 1899/i 

Florence Perry, 1903?? 

Katharine Singer, 1916 



Colby College 



HAINES, 

Beth Eveleen, 1911w 
Ethel Vina, 1912 
Gertrude Woodcock, 1912?i 
HALE, 

Emma Norton, 190l!( 
Eugene, 18S6/i. 
Ezekiel J. M., 183571 
Frederick, 1862 
Henry Ware, 1867 
John Alden, 1901 
Sumner, 1836n 
William Freeman, 1901 

HALEY, 

Alice Beckett, 1914 
Etta Laffaty, 1913« 

HALL, 

Atwood Curtis, 1876 
Austin Dimmock, 1909?i 
Bordnian, 1882m 
Carrie Evelyn, 1888m 
Charles Francis, 1875 
Dana Warren, 1890 
Edward Lindsay, 1896 
Edward Winslow, 1862 
Elden David, 1913m 
Elizabeth Searles, 1898)i 
Elmer Ellsworth, 1898 
Elvira Caroline, 1919 
Frances Mann, 1877/i 
George Washington, 1875 
Harold Everett, 1917 
Hascall Shailer, 1896 
Henry Bailey, 1882n 
Henry Joseph, 1827 
Herbert Wilder, 1901« 
Jonathan C, 1831m 
Julia Belle, 1907n 
Lubelle May, 1907n 
Marian, 1902w 
Mary Emily, 1912 
Oliver Leigh, 1893k 
Orie Lynn, 1914ri. 
Roscoe Lorin, 1905 
Susie Agnes, 1900n 

HALLAHAN, 

Raymond Francis, 1918n 

HALLETT, 
Joseph Taylor, 1863?i 

HALLOWELL, 

Clement Howard, 1876 
Florentius Merrill, 1877 
Henry Carlton, 1868 
Homer Littlefield, 1911j! 
Susan Maria, 1875/i 

HAMBLEN, 

Isaac Small, 1858 

HAMBLIN, 
Cyrus, 1861n 



Samuel, 1862 

HAMEL, 

John Ralph, 1915n 

HAMERSCHLAG, 
Albert Roy, 1918n 

HAMILTON, 

Delmah Silas, 1894n 
Frank Percival, 1902 
Frank Sidney. 1906n 
Fred Sargent, 1908n 
Grace Wakefield, 1914 
Harry Edward, 1896 
Horace Ira, 1901n 
Ralph Edwin, 1912n 
Ruth 0., 1912 

HAMLEN, 

Alfred Marshall, 1865?i 

HAMLIN, 

Charles Edward, 1847 
Delwin Augustus, 1871 
Elijah Livermore, 1823/i 
Hannibal. 1859/; 
Hannibal Emery, 1879 

HAMMOND, 
Asa P., 1837?i 
Bertha Ethel, 1910?i 
Joseph William, 1909n 
Louis Arthur, 1904 
Walter Jean, 1905 

HAMMONS, 
Weston, 1864m 
Wilson, 1865n 

HANNAFORD, 

Lyman Brooks, 1854/i 

HANNAN. 

Effie May, 1916 

HANOVER, 
Hiram, 1837n 

HANSCOM, 

Bertha Long, 1904/i 
Charles Green, 1845 
Helen MacGregor, 1897 
Henry Ii-ving, 1855« 
Howard Chapin, 1896 
Moses, 1842 
Sanford, 1867m 

HANSON, 

Benjamin Shaw, 1919 
Bertha Jackman, 1910 
Charles Henry, 1883 
Charles Veranus, 1865 
Edith Bragg, 1896 
Emily Lowell, 1914 
Frank Herbert, 1883 
George McKay, 1914/i 
George William, 1883 
Hadley Proctor, 1849 
Harold Libby, 1899 
Helen Nelson, 1915 



Index 



James Hobbs, 1842 

Mollie Farrar, 1911r! 

Pauline, 1913 

Sophia May, 1881 

Stephen Harry, 1895 

Zenas Paine, 1857 
HARDEN, 

Cushnian Eben, 1864?2 

Lila Pendleton, 1895 
HARDING, 

Abraham, 1830m 

Ella Dow, 1912m 
HARDY, 

Myra Irene, 1909 

Theodore Everett, 1895n 

Warren Follansbee, 1900n 

William Lawrence, 1914?i 
HARE, 

Marjorie Jean, 1911?i 
HARKNESS, 

John Calvin, 1864m 
HARLOW, 

Hattie Alma, 1900 

Ivan Othma, 1913 

Josephine Berry, 1903); 

Richard Austin, 1912 
HARMON, 

Edward Everett, 1862m 

Henry Wilson, 1860w 

Josiah, 1841 

Levi Foss, 1864?i 

Loren Milliken, 190 In 

Marion, 1916 
HARPER, 

William Rainey, 18917i 
HARRIMAN. 

Elevia Belle, 1899 

Fred Rufus, 1918?i 

Henry Osgood, 1910n 

John Norris, 1916 

William Martin, 1917m 
HARRINGTON, 

Madeleine Virginia, 1916m 
HARRIS, 

John W., 1846m 
HARRUB, 

Henry Walden, 1883 
HART, 

Henry Augustus, 1857 
HARTHORN, 

Annie Alice, 1908 

Drew Thompson, 1894 

William Abram, 1895 
HARTLEY, 

Samuel Jesse, 1916m 
HARVEY, 

Clara Mae, 1919m 

Hezekiah 1862;i 

May Lucille, 1905 



Roscoe William, 1887 
HARWOOD, 

Clement M. G., 18777;. 
HASKELL, 

Augustus Mellen, 1856m 

Charles Lee, 1910 

Elihu Burritt, 1872 

Etta lola, 1917n 

Peleg Sprague, 1855m 

Ray Isaac, 1914 

Raymond Laforest, 1918m 
HASKINS, 

Mi rick, 1840m 
HASTINGS, 

Wallace Gerry, 1918n 
HASTY, 

George 1845 ?; 
HATCH, 

Addie Merrill, 1883h 

Edith Verrill, 1916m 

Frank, 1893m 

Hobbs, 1845 

Hugh Ross, 1890 

John E., 1908 

Katharine Gordon, 1919 

Lucien Bonaparte, 1850?i 

Nannie Soule, 1914 

Walter Macomber, 1847 

William Allen, 1861 
HATFIELD, 

Charles Abner, 1899m 
HATHAWAY, 

John Richmond, 1870m 

Levi Beals, 1838 

Percival Edward, 1902 
HATT, 

Rafe Nelson, 1915m 
HAVILAND, 

Olive Robbins, 1896 
HAWES, 

Alfred, 1841m 

Arthur Silas, 1914 

Hervey. 1835m 

Henry Kilgore, 1867m 

Joseph C, 1848m 

William Holbrook, 1903 
HAYCOCK, 

Beatrice Lcona, 1912w 
HAYDEN, 

Marion Webber, 1905m 
HAYES, 

Roy Mitchell, 1918 

Wolcott Page, 1918m 
HAYFORD, 

Joel Perez, 1824 
HAYNES, 

Emory James, 1888/; 

Florence Frances, 1913m 

Harold Woodard, 1900m 



Colby College 



Harry Neil, 1877 
Josiah Manchester, 1860 
Nellie Crie, 1900?; 

HAYWARD, 

Ethel Maud, 1908 

HAZELTON, 
Lillie May, 1894 

HEATH, 

Arthur Steward, 1919« 
Clara Frances, 1916?! 
Francis Augustus, 1858?! 
Francis Edward, 1917 
Walter White, 1917?; 
William Solyman, 1855 

HEBERT 

Eva Eastman, 1910w 

KEENER, 

Ruth Wood, 1910n 

HEDMAN, 

Alice Bray, 1895 
Delia Hiscock, 1901 
John, 1895 
Simon Peter, 1900 

HEMENWAY, 

Clara Hinckley, 1916 
Leland David, 1917 

HEMMENWAY, 

Willard Roscoe, 1874n 

HENDERSON, 
Alice Mary, 1910 
Josiah Robert, 1877 

HENDRICKS, 
George F., 1919n 

HENRICKSON, 

Charles Augustus, 1864)) 

HENRY, 

Thomas Robert, 1914n 

HERRICK, 

Alanson Currier, 1857 
Ernest Lawrence, 1900 
Ernest Nielson, 1912w 
Everett Carlton, 1898 
Frank Ware, 1885m 
Fred Samuel, 1880 
Fred Samuel, Jr., 1917m 
Loring, 1892 
Mollie Moulton, 1910 
Samuel A., 1912 
Thomas Webster, 1846 

HERRING, 

Charles Macomber, 1873/i 
Jennie Pauline, 1910 
Leon Drummond, 1916 

HERSEY, 

Lila Harden, 1895 
Sarah Noyes, 1889m 

HESSELTINE, 

Francis Snow, 1863 



HETHERINGTON, 
John Cameron, 1908m 

HEYES. 

Lincoln, 1919 

HEYWOOD, 
Charles, 1828» 
Henry Milton, 1875)! 

HIGGINBOTHAM, 
Isaac, 1911 

HIGGINS, 

Bertha Purinton, 1905m 
Edmund James, 1916 
Ethel May, 1905m 
Guy E., 1914m 
Helen Dunlap, 1911m 
Jackson Orin, 1908m 
Levi, Jr., 1839m 
Linnieon June, 1912m 

EIGHT, 

Ivan Cecil, 1893n 
Vernon I., 1915)) 

HILBORN, 

Aimee Gallert, 1900)) 

HILL, 

Carrie Elizabeth, 1908m 
Frederick Thayer, 1910 
Helen Hanscom, 1897 
Hiram Hovey, 1853/i 
Howard Foster, 1918)) 
James Frederick, 1882)) 
James Madison, 1850m 
Mahlon Turner, 1912 
Stella Jones, 1900h 
Stephen P., 1829m 
Willard Albert, 1883m 

HINCKLEY, 

Clara Louise, 1916 
George Walter, 1912/) 
Helen Joy, 1910n 

HINDS, 

Albert Dwelley, I860)) 
Amos Lunt, 1858 
Asher Crosby, 1863n 
Asher Crosby, 1883 
Asher Estey, 1916« 
Benjamin Jason, 1883 
Crosby, 1838 
Roswell Sisson, 1866?) 

HINKLEY, 

Calvin Bosworth, 1862m 
Hartshorn, 1829m 
Inez Card, 1908 

HISCOCK, 

Delia Jane, 1901 

HISCOX, 

Henry Orne, 1900/) 

HITCHCOCK, 

Cassilena Perry, 1910 



Index 



HITCHINGS, 

Samuel K., 1881/i 
HOAG, 

Lizzie Gorham, 1877?i 
HOBART, 

Benjamin, 1825 
HOBBIB, 

William Henry, 1852 
HOBY, 

James, 1835/; 
HOBBS, 

Kate Wetherbee, 1894w 
HODGDON, 

Archie Colby, 1915)( 
HODGE, 

Frederick Humbert, 1894?; 

James Lawrence, 1845/( 
HODGES, 

Chauncey Asbury, lS51?i 

Joseph, 1830 

William Hastings, 1851 
HODGKINS, 

Addie Frances, 1904?! 

Elizabeth Mary, 1916 

Harold Eugene, 1915?i 

Henry Ellsworth, 1893« 

Herbert Charles, 1912 

Wellington, 1893 
HODGMAN, 

Lubelle Hall, 1907 
HODSDON, 

Richard Prince, 1912)i 

Roger King, 1912 
HODSON, 

Josephine Hinckley, 1915/; 
HOFFMAN, 

Elizabeth. 1919 

Margaret, 19197; 
HOGAN, 

Ray Wood, 1912 
HOlt, 

Henry Ambrose, 1899;; 

Charles, 1832;;; 
HOLBROOK, 

Addie Lincoln, 1902?; 

Benjamin Pliny, 1888 

Carl Edward, 1888 

Margaret Alice, 1912 

Ruth C, 1919n 
HOLDEN, 

Grace Belle, 1900 

Liberty Emery, 1857;; 
HOLLEY, 

Geoi-ge Leroy, 1917 
HOLMAN, 

Alice Dudley, 1911?; 

Dudley Watson, 1884?; 

John W., 18250; 



HOLMES, 

Arthur Lloyd, 1898?i 

Bertha Mabel, 1903 

Ezekiel, 1824/i 

Fenwicke Lindsay, 1906 

George Lewis, 1863;; 

Harriet Florence, 1897 

Lewis, 1840 

Mildred, 1915 

Nina Beatrice, 1908 

Stanley Harry. 1887 

William Henry, 1897 
HOLT, 

Erastus Eugene, 1897/i 

Everett Guy, 1915 

Flora May, 1896?i 

Irvin Myron, 1911?i 

Kilburn, 1845;; 

Mary Tobey, 1889 

Ross Stanley, 1918 
HOLTON, 

Calvin, 1824 
HOLWAY, 

Addie Bradeen, 1907 
HOOKE, 

Walter George, 1900?i 
HOOPER, 

Alfred Ernest, 1894 

Edward C, 1899m 

Ina Taylor, 1898 
HOPKINS 

Charles Freeman, 1880?; 

Ernest Martin, 1916/; 

George Calvin, 1863 

Marion Towne, 1916;; 

Martha Benson, 1903 

Nora Lander, 1908?; 

Robert Vaniman, 1895?? 
HOPKINSON, 

Henry Malcolm, 1868 
HOPSON, 

Dorothy Claudia, 1908 
HORNE. 

Alice Smith, 1903;; 

Arthur Lindley, 1912;; 

Leah Marion, 1918 
HORR, 

George Edwin, 1915/; 
HOUGHTON, 

Helen Simmons, 1901?? 

Jonathan Spaulding, 1857?; 

Walter Andrew Edward, 1907;i 
HOUSE, 

Ralph Hovt, 1898;; 
HOVEY, 

John, 1825 
HOWARD, 

Adonis Dow, 1901 

Edward Otis, 1874;; 



Colby College 



Ethel Lenora, 1905 

Fletcher, 187971 

Frank Joseph, 1918n 

George Bassett, 1875 

George W., 1849to 

Jennie Paine, 1883n 

Oliver Otis, 1865/i. 

Robert Allen, 1915w 
HOWE, 

Clinton, 1857r! 

Elwood Asa, 1910h 

Freeland, 1858k 

Freeland. 1894 

Irving Tecumseh, 1918ii 

James Lord, 1913n 

Sadie Brown, 1894 

William, 1833 
HOWES, 

John F., 1849(1 

Martin Stilman, 1888 

Ralph Rayniond, 1918?i 

Seth Francis Harrison, 1914 
HOWLAND, 

Lizzie Frances, 1915i! 

Parker, 1838n 
HOXIE, 

Caro Leah, 1895 

George Walter, 1894 

Lois Easton, 1903ji 

Maude Louise, 1899 

Ralph Hai-vey, 190771 
HOYT, 

Ralph William, 1915k 

William, 1905 
HUBBARD, 

Daniel Brackett, 1858k 

Frank Bailey, 1884k 

Guy Andrew, 1894n 

John, 1851/1 

John Jr., 1858/1 

Marion Parker, 1897k 

Nathaniel H., 1830k 

Walter Leslie, 1896 
HUBER, 

Ralph Bucher, 1917 
HUCKINS, 

Maude Edna, 1916w 
HUDSON, 

Henry, 1875 

James Henry, 1900 
HUFF, 

Paul Webber, 1914n 
HUGHES, 

Ralph Currie, 1919n 
HULL, 

Annie Hanscome, 1899 
HUMPHREY, 

John Edward, 1905k 

Mabel Ann, 1898 



Washington Irving, 1855 

William Hoit, 1849 
HUMPHRIES, 

Ruth Emily, 1912k 
HUNT, 

Dorothy Hopson, 1908 

Elinor Frances, 1894 

Ephraim, 1850 

Frederick Atwood, 1913 

George Langford, 1862 

George Walter, 1866 

Helen, 1912 

Mabelle Hancock, 1914 

Merle Fuller. 1915 

Milton Bicknell, 1907n 

Nathan, 1879 
HUNTING, 

John Preserved, 1850n 
HUNTINGTON, 

Daniel, 1831/i 
HUNTON, 

Alice Almina, 1916 
HUNTRESS, 

Edward Seymour, 1866k 
KURD, 

Albert Gordon, 1892 

Edith Merrill, 1888 

George Northup, 1890 

Roy Clifford, 1916k 
HUSSEY, 

Albert Christopher, 1861n 

Elmer Horace, 1913 

Fred Knowlton, 1917k 

Lizzie Therese, 1893 

Philip William, 1913 

Robert Augustine, 1916 

Rowland Mansfield, 1913 

Ruth Janet, 1917k 
HUTCHINS, 

Anna Johnston, 1916k 

Cora Patterson, 1914 

Fred Echford, 1906k 

George Augustus Farnham, 1898k 

Roland Bachelder, 1915 
HUTCHINSON, 

Bertha Weston, 1899k 

Carlton Everett, 1896 

Ebenezer, 1824 

Emma Frances, 1900 

Enoch, 1884 

Grace, 1914?i 

Lee Gerald, 1918k 

Louisa Merrill, 1883k 
HYDE, 

John Chester, 1848 
IGNICO, 

Robert Victor, 1918n 
ILSLEY, 

George Boardman, 1863 



Index 



Gertrude Lois, 1896 

Grace Clementine, 189471 

Mary Morrill, 1891 

Morrill Leonard, 1917 

Reuben Lowell, 1891 

Silas, 1834 
INGALLS, 

John, 1834)i 

Marian Elizabeth, 1913 
INGERSOLL, 

Florence, 1913n 

George Ernest, 1919 
INGRAHAM, 

Ira Prank, 1898 

John Henniker, 1836/i 

Joshua Loring, 1880 

Mary Lemont, 1900 

Maurice Burton, 1917 
INGRAM, 

Mary Lucinda, 1911n 
IRISH, 

John Carroll, 1867% 

Mabel Maud, 1893 
IRVIN, 

Francis Leo, 1916 
IVERSEN, 

Rag-nhild Lillian, 1908?i 
JACK, 

David, 1914 

William Blake, 1900 
JACKMAN, 

Adelaide Klein, 1914 

Ernest Delmore, 1912 
JACKSON, 

Abraham Willard, 1869 

Amos Messer, 1861 

Frank Hussey, 1875/i 

Henry Winter, 1895 

Ivory, 1853n 

John Henry, 1860 

Newhall, 1897?t 
JAMES, 

Frank Alexander, 1915 
JAQUITH, 

A. Hartwell, 1832»( 
JEALOUS, 

Alwyne Francis, 1910)t 

Lionel Frederick, 1913?i 
JELLISON, 

Sarah Snow, 1912 
JENKINS, 

Edward Drummond, 1900 

James, 1878 
JENKS. 

Mildred, 1903 
JENNINGS, 

Charles Herbert, 1883?! 

Henry H., 1832n 



JENNY, 

William, 1836w 
JEWELL, 

Clarence Edward, 1906«. 
JEWETT, 

Albert, 1858ri 

Albert Gallatin, 1826 

Americus Vespucius, 1857% 

Daniel, 1830n 

Eugene Wilder, 1887 

Harry Leland, 1885 

Isaac A., 1828w 

John, Jr., 1848% 

Oliver P., 1844n 

Reed Vernon, 1895 

Rosalind Mae, 1910 

Samuel A., 1837n 

Samuel A., 1841/t 

Thomas, 1834m 

William H., 1848 
JOHNSON, 

Albion Wesley, 1856n 

Charles Barron, 1918w 

Charles Fletcher, 1878)i 

Ethel Butler, 1909 

Eva May, 1903 

Franklin Winslow, 1891 

Frederic Tristram, 1892 

George Washington, 1859n 

John Harold, 1919n 

John, 1839 

John Loring, 1911ti 

Merritt Austin, 1883 

Roscoe Eaton, 1914 

Samuel Sawyer, 1839 
JOHNSTON, 

Anna Laura, 1916ji 

Reuben Thomas, 1902n 
JOLY, 



JO 



Cyril Matthew, 1916 
NES, 



Adelbert Orlando, 1902 
Ahira, 1836 
Asa Minot, 1894 
Bessie Helen, 1907)f 
Burr Frank, 1907 
Charles Hanson, 1915w 
Clara Gordon, 1894 
Edith Pearle, 1906?i 
Elijah W., 1845ri 
Elinor Hunt, 1894 
Elmira Nelson, 1897 
Frank Harold, 1914 
Franklin John, 1878 
Henry Neely, 1905 
JunePhilbrick, 1909 
Randall Elvin, 1861 
Stella Louise, 19007i 
Stephen Alfred, 1872ri 



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Victor Ray, 1908 
Virgil Merle, 1906 
William Lincoln, 1894 
Willis Elwood, 1912 

JORDAN, 
Archer, 1895 
Harry Thomas, 1893 
Leslie Francis, 1912); 
Mary Elizabeth, 1918 
Mildred Allen, 1919ri 
Mildred Myi-a, 1911w 
William Emmons, 1882 
William Thayer, 1882n 

JOSE, 

Frances Louise, 1914m 

JOSEPH, 

Francis Morgan, 1901 

JOSSELYN, 

Everett Rand, 1898?i 

JOUDRY, 

Robert Clyde, 1916 

JOY, 

Albion Keith Parris, ISiSn 
Amariah, 1835 
Eleanor Welch, 1916)( 
Frederick, 1913 
Hattie Britton, 1879 
Merlin Colby, 1906 
William Perkins, 18637; 
Willis Albert, 1879 

JOYCE, 

Thomas Francis, 1917 

JUDKINS, 

Bertha Mae, 1902?i 
Charles William, 1879« 
Clarence LaVerne, 1881 
Oilman LaVerne, 1917)( 

KALLOCH, 

Halsey Knapp, 1892 
Herbert Franklin, 1892 
Isaac Smith, 1852h 

KANE, 

Anna Richardson, 1902 
Lawrence Leo, 1915w 
Roy Adelbert, 1902m 

KEEF, 

Marion Dodge, 1914 

KEELY, 

George, 1863» 
Josiah, 1857/( 
William, 1864r( 
Thomas C, 1839?! 

KEEN, 

Ida Phoebe, 1905 

KEENE, 

Hersey Roy, 1905)( 
Nellie Maude, 1910n 
Percival Wilard, 1906» 
Samuel Tronant, 1856?! 



Weston Hardy, 1865k 
KEITH, 

Albert Russell, 1897 

John Conant, 1884 

Sidney, 1844 
KELLEY, 

Augustus Hill, 1873 

Benjamin Franklin, 1852n 

Carl Edward, 1914n 

Cornelia Pulsifer, 1918 

Emily, 1919n 

Frederick Augustus Pike, 1859m 

Herbert Leslie, 1880 

Moses Jones, 1838 

William Hunt, 1874 
KELSEY, 

Wilhelm Herman, 1915 

Willard, 183IW 
KELSON, 

Everett Stanley, 1914 
KENDALL, 

Bezaleel Freeman, 1852ii 

Ethelyn Brackett, 1900 

Sylvanus, 1849n 
KENNEDY, 

Almore, 1860 

Daniel Knight, 1828/; 

Henry Abiel, 1860 

John Perley, 1913 
KENNEY, 

Silas, 1824f 
KENNISON, 

Bertha H., 1907» 

Cora Mabelle, 1911 

Edith Lincoln, 1906 

Karl Raymond, 1906 
KENRICK, 

Lena Tozier, 1897?; 

Walter Francis, 1894 
KENT, 

Edward, 1855/i 
KEPPEL, 

Charles James, 1913 

Laurel Wyman, 1912 
KETCHAM, 

Sarah Elizabeth, 1910 
KETCHUM, 

Josephine B., 1919)y 
KETTELLE, 

Jacob Quincy, 1828 
KEYES, 

Caroline Hill, 1908)! 

Lester Ambrose, 1913 

Merle Rolliston, 190S 
KEZAR, 

Abner Hardy, 1864)( 
KIDDER, 

Frederick L„ 183 1») 

Harriet Drake, 1906); 



Index 



Harry Waldo, 1911 
KILGORE, 

Harry Leonard, 1908n 
KIMBALL, 

Charles Benjamin, 1896 

Charles Edwin Carroll, 1851 

Charles Holt, 1869 

Charles Otis, 1828/i. 

Daniel Webster, 1894 

Ethel Farr, 1896 

George Walter, 1907m 

H. Forrest, 1913?i 

Harold Willis, 1909 

Helen Mary, 1918 

Henry Plummer, 1851n 

John Willard, 1912 

Ralph Lewis, 1916)i 

Richard Judson, Jr., 1916 
KING, 

Alfred, 1883 

Alonzo, 1825 

Arno Warren, 1883?i 

Carl Clinton, 1880 

Ernest Frothing-ham, 1880 

Florence Emily, 1908 

Francis Plaisted, 1890 

Frederick Alonzo, 1898k 

George Mellen Prentiss, 1857 

Henry Melville, 1877/i 

James, 1889 

Mollie Trea;t, 19187! 

Ralph Winslow, 1916 

Sinia Fay, 1911 
KINGMAN, 

Charles Green, 1867n 

Henry, 1884 

Lebbeus, 1840 
KINGSLEY, 

Maud Elma, 1887 
KINNEY, 

Theodore Harding, 1894 
KINSMAN, 

Josiah Burnham, I888/1 
KITCHEN, 

Colby John, 1905?i 
KLEENE, 

Alice Cole, 1898 
KLEIN, 

Adelaide Lounsbury, 1914 

Edith Lounsbury, 191471 
KLEINHANS, 

Jacob, Jr., 1894 
KNAPP, 

Lelan Porter, 1903 

William Stevens, 1840 
KNAUFF, 

Emma Augusta, 1895k 
KNIGHT, 

Addie Flora, 1910 



Albert Edmund, 1866w 

Annie Lee, 1897 

Arthur Ambrose. 1912 

Arthur Harvey, 1914 

Dora Fay, 1892 

Eben, 1852n 

Ethel May, 1905 

Harlan Page, 1890« 

Leonora Austin, 1917 

Robert Jordan, 1854k 
KNOWLES, 

Allen Mark, 1903n 

Cynthia Lovinia, 1913 

Thomas Titcomb, 1905 
KNOWLTON, 

Albion Keith Parris, 1854 

Antha Lucy, 1890n 

Benjamin Lauriston, 1850 

David Waldo, 1883 

Donald Swett, 1916n 

Ebenezer, 1851/; 

Ethel Rose, 1909 

Ethel Wilhelmina, 1902u 

Fred Wellington, 1886)i 

Gladys Eredene, 1913m 

William Smith, 1864 
KNOX, 

George, 1840 

Horatio Bickford, 1881 

Hubert, 1886k 

James A., 1919m 
KOCH, 

Christian Columbus, 1902 
KOEHLER, 

Selma, 1917 
KOLSETH, 

Ralph, 1916 
KOOPMAN, 

Ellen Statira, 1878k 

Harry Lvman, 1880 
KRAMER, 

Asa Philip, 1914 
KRIEGER, 

Allana Small, 1902)! 
KYES, 

Eva Macomber, 1913 
LaBELLE, 

Claude Arthur, 1917m 
LABONTE, 

Rose Blanche, 1912k 
LaCASCE, 

Eva E., 1911k 

Marion Steward, 1915 
LADD, 

Ammi Storer, 1873/i 

Byron Austin, 1915 
LAFFATY, 

Etta Elizabeth, 1913n 



Colby College 



LaFLEUR, 

Daniel Kenneth, 191471 

John Ralph, 1915 
LAKIN, 

Addle May, 1905 
LAMB, 

Blanche Louise, 1905 

Colby, 1853?i 

Helen Frances, 1897 

Henry Allen, 1899w 

John Warren, 1855 
LAMBERT, 

Hortense Gould, 1918 

J. Alfred, 1915n 

William Henry, 1865 
LAMOREAU, 

Avis Thompson, 1913 
L'AMOUREUX, 

Clara Jones, 1894 

Georg-e Henry Dwight, 1894 
LAMPHY, 

Marguerite Bradbury, 1918 
LAMSON, 

William, 1835 
LANCASTER, 

William Atwood, 1881 
LANDER, 

Cyrus Wesley, 1854 

Eugene Pillsbury, 1912k 

Marguerite Webber, 1913n 

Nora Mehitable, 1908n 
LANE, 

Albert Gallatin, 1827 

Albert Turner, 1895 

Asa Lyman, 1862 

Elsie Mae, 1917 

Hazel Nina, 1916 

Marquis D. L., 1849?i 

Mary Blanche, 1895 

Mildred Estelle, 1914« 

Perley Wise, 1916?i 

Robert Low, 1873m 

Rose Beverage, 1907 
LANG, 

Andrew Jackson, 1856n 
LANGDELL, 

Luther Mark, 1906w 
LAPHAM, 

Rufus, 1839 

William Berry, 1855w 
LARKIN, 

William Joseph, 1916?^ 
LARRABEE, 

Ethel Maud, 1897 

Merton C, 1913n 

Joel Francis, Jr., 1887 
LARSSON, 

John Gustave, 1902 



LARY, 

Arthur Howard, Jr., 1915 
LASKY, 

Herbert Cushman, 1917?i 
LATLIP, 

Fred Savage, 1894 
LATTIN, 

Norman Dunham, 191871 
LAUGHLIN, 

Mathew, 1882w 
LAWLER, 

Harriet Lincoln, 1912?i 
LAWRENCE, 

Bela Malcolm, 1882 

Benjamin Franklin, 1858 

Charles Wallace, 1917 

Elsie May, 1911 

Fred Foss, 1900 
LAWRY, 

Clara Heath, 1916?} 
LEACH, 

Albert Edgar, 191371 
LEADBETTER, 

Charles Frederic, 1891 
LEAMAN, 

William, 1850?i 
LEARNED, 

Bertha Hammond, 1910h 

Evie Mae, 1917)! 

Marion Louise, 1907 

Orrin Albert, 19007t 
LEAVENS, 

George Gregory, 186971 
LEAVITT, 

Arch Dorillous, 1862 

Jonathan Greenleaf, 1863?i 

Moses Brown, 1894?i 

Samuel Kelley, 1855 
LEEDS, 

Gerald Earle, 1917 
LEIGHTON, 

Alvin Perley, 1882 

Betsey Nickels, 1903 

Emma Louise, 1912 

Frank Horace, 1904 

Joseph Wilson, 190671 
LEISHMAN, 

Thomas, 1834 
LELAND, 

Minerva Eliza, 1882 
LEMONT, 

Charles Stanwood, 1879 

Mary Gertrude, 1900 
LENHART, 

Edith Rose, 1912» 
LEONARD, 

George Roy, 1918» 

Irma Adele, 191471 

Thomas Franklin, 185271 



Index 



LERMOND, 

Grace Austin, 1919 
LeROW, 

George L., ISSGn 
LESEUR, 

Charles Benjamin, 191771 
LESSARD, 

John Lafayette, 1919ii 
LEVETT, 

Joseph Wilson, 1858 
LEVINE, 

John N., 1906?i 

Lavey Lester, 1918m 

Lewis Lester, 1916 

Theodore Nathan, 1917 
LEWIS, 

Caleb Albert, 1903 

Gertrude, 1903n. 

Harold Fossett, 1909« 

Marian Eaton, 1918 
LIBBEY, 

Artemas, 1889/i 
LIBBY, 

Arthur Winslow, 1908?i 

Clifford Henry, 1908 

Dora Mae, 1913 

Ebenezer Hawks, 1852 

George Wesley Harding, 1883 

Herbert Carlyle, 1902»i 

Mabel Dunn, 1903m 

Preston Burpee, 1918)i 

Robert Wilbur, 1914n 

Sara Boothby, 1904?t 

Vard Mayhew, 1907?i 

Vivian Betsey, 1908n 

William, 1871 
LIDSTONE, 

Rayford Cecil, 1907n 
LIGHTBODY, 

Nellie L., 1915n 
LILLYBRIDGE, 

Clark, 1826/1 
LINCOLN, 

Bradford, H., 1847n 

Elliott Curtis, 1906 

Howard Abbott, 1892 

Levi E., 1839W 

William Sherman, 1855)j 

Margaret Eliza, 1911w 

Waldo Chester, 1916 

W. B., 1832m 
LINDSAY, 

Charles Melzar, 1885w 

John Crandall, 1906 

Norman William, 1916 
LINDSEY 

Philip Sidney, 1884m 
LINTON, 

Jennie Mae, 1906m 



LISCOMB, 

John Francis, 1862 

LINSCOTT, 

Arad Erastus, 1898 
Mabel Farrar, 1901 

LITCHFIELD, 

Ella Kelsey, 1913h 

LITTLE, 

Andrew Colby, 1917 
Myra Alice, 1908 

LITTLEEIELD, 
Annie Eaton, 1890 
Carlton Manning, 1909n 
Edward Clarendon, 1864 
Honor Wentworth, 1911m 
Job G., 1831wi 

LOANE, 

Bertrand Arthur, 1913 
Ernest William, 1908m 
Hazel Edith, 1918m 

LOCKE, 

Joseph Wilbur, 1878m 
Marion Greene, 1916n 
Vera Nash, 1902 

LOCKHART, 

Alton Irving, 1905 

LOMBARD, 

William Ernest, 1893 

LONG, 

Bertha Cecilia, 1904m 
Charles Collins, 1841 
Edwin Collins, 1876 
Marion Wadsworth, 1909 
Martin Henry, 1902 
Millard Bean, 1906m 
Oscar Leslie, 1898m 

LONGLEY, 

Belle Nettie, 1919 

LOOMIS, 

Ellen Rowena, 1906m 
Justin Rolph, 1838/i 

LOONEY, 

William Henry, 1877 

LORD, 

Carl Burton, 1915 
Edith Simpson, 1910. i 
Edwin Oliver, 1877 
Frank Webber, 1885n 
Frederick, 1831 
Gertrude, 1901m 
Herbert Mayhew, 1884 
Joseph Haley, 1885m 
Lewis Garfield, 1903 
Mary Moor, 1905 
Maurice Edwin, 1912 
Russell Hinckley, 1912 
Schuyler Clark, 1885m 
William Godding, 1851 



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LORIMER 

Addison Benjamin, 1888 
Albert William, 1896 
George Horace, 1898?2 
LORING, 
Albert, 1865n 
Edward Payson, 1861ra 
Eleazer Burbank, 1867?i 
Joseph Gushing, 1834 
LOTHROP, 
Alfred, 1838}( 
Veranus Willis, 1884)t 
LOTT, 

Arthur L., 1914?i 
LOVE. 

Isaac Dewey, 1919w 
LOVEJOY, 
Daniel, 1825/i 
Daniel, 18287t 
Elijah Parish, 1826 
LOVELL, 

Cornie Spear 1890 
LOVERING, 

Nellie Mason, 1902 
LOVETT, 

Frank Wilder, 1908 
Paul Dudley, 1917?i 
LOW, 

Charles Carroll, 1856 
George Shepherd, 1850 
Mary CafFrey, 1875 
LOWE, 

Alice Freeman, 1899 
Effie May, 1905 
LOWELL, 

Andrew, J., 184Sn 
Eugene Percival, 191671 
John Atkinson, 1853 
Lillian Louise Day, 1910 
Otis Earle, 1912 
Reginald Alden, 1914n 
Simeon Heath, 1840 
LOWNEY, 

John Francis, 1916m 
LUCE, 

Fred Allen, 1891 
Nelson Allen, 1862?i 
Raymond Philip, 1915 
LUCEY, 

Harold, 1918« 
LUCIER, 

Mary Meader, 1914m 
LUDDEN, 
Levi, 1859 
Timothy, 1854A 
LUNT, 

Amos Barton, 1867n 
Warren Gowell, 1912?i 



LYFORD, 

Edwin Francis, 1877 
Fred Albert, 1908w 
Moses, 1843 
Will Hartwell, 1879 

LYMAN, 

William M., 1832m 

LYNCH, 

John Sarsfield, 1894 

LYONS, 

Richard Albert, 190871 
Thomas Gould, 1872 
Thomas Gould, Jr., 1897h 

McAllister, 

Henry, 1863;; 
McARTHUR, 

Edward Duncan, 1891k 
McBRIDE, 

Prances Pollard, 1913 
MacBURNIE, 

Ella Melvina, 1909 
McCALLUM, 

Hattie Jordan 1897?) 

Tena Patterson, 1897 
McCANN, 

Herbert Lindsay, 1892?i 
MacCARTHY, 

Gerald Raleigh, 1919?; 
McCAULEY, 

Hoyt Newton, 1906b 
McCAUSLAND, 

Elizabeth, 1919 

Ina May, 1915 
McCLELLAN, 

Henry, 1842 

Samuel, 1828 
McCLURE, 

Mary Nichols, 1890n 

Ralph Watson, 1898jt 
M'COLLISTER, 

Elisha Atwood, 1879m 
McCOLLISTER, 

Richard Sawyer, 1914h 

Walter Lloyd, 1914m 
McCOMBE, 

George William, 1902?i 

Isaac Ross, 1908 

Mccormick, 

Joseph Harold, 1917h 
McCUE, 

William Coleman, 1901k 
McCURDA, 

Vesta Lora, 1916 
McCURDY, 

Annie Louise, 1916 
McDANIEL, 

Mabel Bynon, 1914 

Mcdonald, 

Charles Dearborn, 1900re 



Index 



Jonathan Titus, 1880 
McDOUGAL, 

Aubra Selden, 1914)! 
McEWEN, 

Ethel Celia, 1914m 
McPADDEN, 

Tristram Franklin, 1855 

Willard Lowell, 1898 
McGARY, 

Percy E., 1914w 
MacGHEE, 

Aaron Lawson, 1913 
McGUFFIE, 

Donald, 1914re 

Robert, 1915n 
McINTIRE, 

Claire Marie, 1916m 

Ezra Elmer, 1884 

George Albion, 1881 

Harris Birdsill, 1918m 

Pearl' Clayton, 1899m 
McINTYRE, 

Clarence Fillmore, 1880m 
McKAY, 

Hugh Gordon, 1916m 
MACKAY, 

Myra Perry, 1900m 
McKECHNIE, 

Annie Elizabeth, 1912m 

Mckenzie, 

Annie Adele, 1915« 
Evangeline Taylor, 1893 
MACKENZIE, 

Harlan Roderick, 1911m 

Mckinley, 

John, 1858/1 
McKINNON, 

Annie McCurdy, 1916 
McKOWN, 

Edward Payson, 1834 
McKOY, 

Charles Francis, 1902 
McKUSICK, 

Hazen Pingree, 1866 

John Prank, 1862m 

Mclaughlin, 

Medville Charles, 1873m 
McLELLAN, 

Howard Austin, 1909 

Hugh Dean, 1895 

John J., 1845m 

William Henry, 1853re 
McMACKIN, 

Albert Francis, 1918w 
McMAHON, 

James Edward, 1915); 
McNAMARA, 

Eugene Thomas, 1887m 



McNULTY, 

John A., 1918m 
McVANE, 

George Edward, 1907m 
MACE, 

Inez Dorinda, 1911m 

Richard, 1843n 

Sophia Hanson, 1881 
MACOMBER, 

Earl Chandler, 1912m 

Eva, 1913 

Francis Green, 1825 

Linwood L., 1919m 

Sylvanus Boardman, 1863 
MADDOCKS, 

Annie Rhoades, 1902m 

Austin William, 1919m 
MADSEN, 

Thorwald Berner, 1917 
MAGINNIS, 

John Sharp, 1832/i 
MAGOON. 

Elias L., 1836)) 
MAGRATH, 

Marge Estelle, 1900m 
MAHANY, 

Thomas Lee, 1910 
MAHLMAN, 

Robert Mowe, 1894 
MAILEY, 

Hazel Breckenridge, 1911m 
MALING, 

Ernest Henry, 1899 
MANK, 

Herbert Gardner, 188Sm 
MANN, 

Fannie Elliot, 1877m 

Minnie Mathews, 1880 

Theodore Everett, 1902m 

William Gerry, 1878 
MANSER, 

Henry Harrison, 1883 
MANSFIELD, 

Burleigh Burton, 1913« 
MANSON, 

Frank Waldo, 1898m 

Ruth Harriet, 1915m 
MANSUR. 

Fred Merrill, 1897m 
MANTER, 

Mary Berry, 1904m 
MARBLE, 

Albert Prescott, 1861 

John Oliver, 1863 

Roger Lawrence, 1918 
MARIN, 

Manuel Casaus, 1882 
MARQUARDT, 

Herman Constantine, 1908?; 



Colby College 



MARQUIS, 

Joseph A., 1913H 

MARRINER, 

Eleanor Creech, 1910 
Ernest Cummings, 1913 
Eugene Bliss, 1918 
Frederick Whitney, 1917?i 
Rufus Knight, 1855 

MARR, 

Helen, 1916h 

MARSH, 

Alberta Shepherd, 1918 
Franklin, A., 1915ji 
George Albert, 1901 
Hazel Merrill, 1914n 
Helen Celia, 1912w 
Rhena Clark, 1901 
Samuel Keene, 1881 

MARSHALL, 

Albert Quincy, 1862 
Annie Haddocks, 1902n 
Carleton Parker, 1881 
Everett Stanley, 1919 
Horace Barrows, 1858 
Jacob Smith, 1848 ' 
Rachel Belle, IQlOn 

MARSTON, 

Constantine Bates, 1837 
Elmer Joseph, 1896m 
Thomas B., 1832™ 
Hazel Lillian, 1910-ii 
Walter Forrest, 1871 
Warren Burleigh, 1916 
Winslow, 1844n 

MARTIN, 

Clara Louise, 1903 
Frederick Stiles, 1914 
George Atwood, 1899 
Maud Hoxie, 1899 

MARVEL, 

Sumner Edward, 1901 

MARVELL, 

Myra Case, 1898?i 

MASON, 
Eaton, 1830 
Francis, 1832/^ 
Philip Alger, 1907)! 

MASTERMAN, 
Eben Earle, 1907m 
Grace Chaney, 1900 

MATHER, 

Alice Cornell, 1916 

MATHESON. 

Marian Osborne, 1900 

MATHEWS, 

Charles William, 1881n 
Edgar Clarence, 1888m 
Edward Bennett, 1891 
Elizabeth, 1879 



George Pendleton, 1863/i 
Henry Herbert, 1888m 
John Tracy, 1908 
Lenora, 1882n 
Margaret Ethel, 1899m 
Minnie Hartford, 1879 
Octavia Whiting, 1897 
Sara Blanche, 1896 
Shailer, 1884 
Walter Herbert, 1878 
William, 1835 
Willis Bronson, 1871 

MATTHEWS, 
Asa, 1829 

Bertha Holmes, 1903 
Fred Vivian, 1889m 
Robert Allison, 1918m 
Samuel Worcester, 1854 

MAXCY, 

Ella Estelle, 1906 

MAXFIELD, 

Ezra Kempton, 1905 

MAXIM, 

Luther Howard, 1869m 

MAXWELL, 

John Moore, 1910 
LaVerna Gibbs, 1909m 

MAY, 

Horace, 1832»! 
John Elliott, 1912 

MAYER, 

Minnie Gallert, 1897h 

MAYERS, 

Peter Joseph, Jr., 1916 

MAYO, 

Alvah Hovey, 1906m 
Edwin Ruthven, 1864» 
Francis, 1857 
Harvey William, 1914?i 
Horace, 1863k 
Mabelle Babson, 1909 
Marian Dudley, 1909m 
William Withington, 1879 

MEADER, 

Charles Nash, 1906 
Emily Peace, 1878 
Marian Learned, 1907 
Mary Marjorie, 1914m 
Nathaniel, 1863 
Wilfred John, 1888 

MEANIX, 

William Henry, 1916m 

MEDBERRY, 
Nicholas, 1828 

MEEK, 
Charles Henry, 1879n 

MEGQUIER, 

Charles Fred, 1889 
Edward Claremont, 1891 



Index 



Gertrude Elizabeth, 1918 

MEIGS, 

Alfred Eben, 1870 

MELCHER, 
Josiah Russell, 1881 

MELENEY, 

Clarence Edmund, 1876 
George Bowen, 1876w 

MENDALL, 

Charles Alton, 1889w 

MERCHANT, 

Peter Butterfield, 1890 

MERRIAM, 

Arthur Brodston, 1911w 
Cyrus Knapp, 1875 
Edmund Franldin, 1868 
Ethe