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THE INSTITUTION BULLETIN 

VOLUME IV No. 3 

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General Catalogue 

1826*1912 



NEWTON CENTRE, MASSACHUSETTS 
APRIL, 1912 



THE INSTITUTION BULLETIN 

Issued by the Newton Theological Institution at Newton 

Centre Branch, Boston, Massachusetts, four times 

a year, December, February, April and June. 



Entered as second-class matter December 22, 1908, 

at the post-office at Boston, Mass., under the 

Act of July 16, 1894. 



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Atirii 1912 



THE BEGINNINGS 

The Massachusetts Baptist Education Society Was Formed, 
September, 1814 

The Baptists of Boston and Vicinity Made a Definite Proposf- 
tion to Establish the Institution, May 25, 1825 

The Institution Was Founded by the Education Society, 
November 9, 1825 

The First Instruction Was Given, November 28, 1825 
The Act of Incorporation Was Passed, February 22, 1826 
The First Meeting of the Trustees Was Held, March 13, 1826 



PREFACE 

The undersigned were appointed by the Faculty of The Newton Theo- 
logical Institution a committee to prepare the eleventh edition (previous 
editions had appeared in 1834, 1837, 1843, 1849, 1854, 1859, 1869, 1875, 
1886, and 1899) of the general catalogue of the Institution. Professor 
Brown was in Jerusalem during the year 1910-11, and the work of secur- 
ing records and preparing them for the press was assumed by Professor 
Donovan. During the publication of the catalogue Professor Brown 
has read all the first proof and exercised a general supervision, but he 
should not be held responsible for any errors in the material of the work. 

The effort has been made to utilize all available sources of information, 
and a very large correspondence has been conducted, not only in the 
immediate preparation, but also in the years since the last edition was 
published. Thanks are due to the brethren who have responded to 
circulars, and to many pastors, church clerks and officers of other institu- 
tions who have given generous aid. Numerous revisions of all previous 
work have been made; yet there remains much to be desired. Any ad- 
ditions, corrections, or suggestions will be most gratefully received by the 
editors. 

A notable enlargement in this edition is the inclusion, for the first time, 
of book titles. The preparation of these lists has involved much labor, 
especially in the case of deceased authors, and this first attempt must 
necessarily be very imperfect. Added information regarding books by 
Newton men will be especially appreciated. 

It was hoped that the sending out of manifold copy shortly in advance 
of publication would insure up to date records and so compensate for the 
extra labor. The manifolds elicted a quite unexpected amount of new 
material. All of it could not be used. The aim has been to make all 
additions calculated to bring the records to date, or correct any errors. 
Alterations in the body of a previously furnished sketch, whether in the 
shape of omission, insertion, or revision, could be made only in exceptional 
cases. 

Much latitude has been allowed brethren who now write their names in 
different fashion from that formerly acceptable. It is believed that the 
position in class rolls will ordinarily identify the names even where portions 
have been dropped or new portions acquired. 

With these introductory explanations, the committee have pleasure in 
submitting their work to the Faculty and their brethren of the alumni. 

CHARLES RUFUS BROWN, 
WINFRED NICHOLS DONOVAN, 

Committee. 
Ill 



SPECIAL NOTE 



This catalogue includes the names of all the trustees, professors, and 
librarians that have served the Institution since its foundation, and of all 
matriculated students excepting those whose connection with the Institu- 
tion was severed by Faculty action. Those students who attended the 
school for a few weeks only, or who failed to secure standing in their re- 
spective classes, have not been regarded as members of the Institution. 

The regular course of study covers three years, and to it are admitted 
graduates from the classical course in college, and such others as are able 
to pursue the course with profit. Other men have been admitted from 
time to time to a part of the work or to a special course of study known as 
the English course. These men have usually spent two years at the 
Institution, and during the years 1871-99 a special certificate of graduation 
was granted. A preparatory department was established in 1830, but it 
was discontinued two years later. 

In this catalogue the classes are arranged in choronological order, the 
members of each class after the following plan: first, all the graduates in the 
regular course in alphabetical order; second, students who have credit for 
but a part of the regular course, separated from the full graduates by a 
single line; third, students who have credit for two years' work in English 
studies, separated from the regular students by a double line ; fourth, 
students who had less than two years in the English course are separated 
from the other English students by a single line. Graduates of the school 
who took post-graduate work retain their regular place in the catalogue, 
and special mention is made of this work. Post-graduate students from 
other seminaries are placed at the head of the graduating class of the year 
in which the graduate study was completed and their names are separated 
from the graduates by a broken line. The names of graduates from the 
regular course are printed in capitals. 

It is the aim to give the full name, academic title, date and place of birth 
college, length of residence at this and other theological institutions, date 
of ordination, and the public services and occupations of each student, with 
the place and date of death, if deceased. 

The abbreviations used will be found immediately after this note, pages 
V-IX. The corrections and additions are at the end of the catalogue, 
page 295. 

An asterisk (*) indicates a deceased officer or student, and in the columns 
of years, pages 1-21, indicates death in office. 

In a name, a capital letter without a period is not an initial, but the entire 
middle name. 

IV 



ABBREVIATIONS 

A denomination, or a state, or an occupation, once used in a record, is in 
force till another takes its place. After N. T. I., the state of Massachusetts 
is to be understood until some other state is definitely mentioned. 
Churches are Baptist unless otherwise named. 

A single date following the name of an educational institution indicates 
the year of graduation. College graduates are understood to have the A. 
B. degree unless another degree is specified. As a rule, academies attended 
are not mentioned for men who took a college course. 

A dash and semicolon or period following the year of entrance upon a 
service indicates that the person is still in the work last designated. A 
semicolon and interrogation point( ; ?) at the end of a record indicate that 
further information is lacking. 

Honorary degrees of the students, with sources and dates, are given at 
the end of the respective records. The degree of A. M. is not noted except 
in cises where an A. B. degree was not taken. 



LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS 



MISCELLANEOUS 



A., Academy. 

A. B. F. M. S., American Bap- 
tist Foreign Mission Society. 

A. B. H. M. S., American Bap- 
tist Home Mission Society. 

A. B. M. U., American Baptist 
Missionary Union 

A. B. P. S., American Baptist 
Publication Society. 

act., acting. 

ad., addr. ss. 

adj., adjutant. 

adm. , admitted. 

Adv., Adventist. 

A. F. B. Soc, American and 
Foreign Bible Society. 

agen. , agencies. 

Agric, Agricultural. 

agt., agent. 

aid., alderman. 

Alms., Almshouse ,-es 

Am., America, -an. 

Anc, Ancient. 

Apol., Apologetics. 

artil., artillery. 

assoc, associate, -tion.-tions. 

asst., assistant, -ted. 

Assur. , Assurance. 

A. T. Soc, American Tract 
Society. 

aut., autumn. 

b. , born. 

Bapt., Baptist,-s. 

bat., b.ittery. 

Bd. Board. 

Bib., Bible, -lical. 

bldg., building. 

books., bookseller. 



Bur., Bureau, 
bus., business. 

B. Y. P. U., Baptist Young 
People's Union. 

C, College, 
capt., captain, 
cav., cavalry. 

C. B. M. S., Canadian Baptis 

Missionary Society. 
Cent., Central, 
cert., certificate, 
ch. , church, 
chan., chancellor, 
chap., chapel, 
chapl., chaplain. 
Chem., Chemistry 
Christ., Christian, 
cit., citizens, 
civ., civil. 
cl.iss., classics ,-cal. 
elk., clerk. 

cmn., commission. -ea. 
cmnr., commissioner. 
Cog., Cognate, 
col., colonel. 
Coll. , Collegiate. 
coUec, collector, 
colon., colonization 
colp., colporteur, 
com., common, 
come, commercial, 
comm., commentary, 
con., consul, 
cond. , conductor, 
conf., conference. 
Confed., Confederate. 
Cong., Congregational, 
cong., congregation. 



THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION 



const., constitution, -al. 

cent., contributor. 

Conv. Convention. 

co-op., co-operation. 

cor., correspondent ,-ing. 

Corp., corporal. 

coun., council,-or. 

Crit., Criticism. 

ct., court. 

cur., curate, curator 

d., died. 

dej. . deacon. 

del., delegate. 

denoin., denomination,-al. 

dept., dep.irtment. 

dioc, diocesan. 

dir. , director. 

disab., disabled, -ility. 

dist., district. 

Dom., Domestic. 

D. S., Divinity School. 

Dut.. Duties. 

Ecc, Ecclesi.nstical. 

Econ., Economy. 

ed., edited.-or.-orial. 

Educ, Education. 

el. , elect. 

Elec, Elective. 

Eloc, Elocution. 

Em., Emmanuel. 

em., emeritus. 

eng., engineer. 

Epis., Protestant Episcopal, 

Episcopalian, 
est., established. 
Eth., Ethics, 
ev., evangelist ,-ic. 
Ex., Examiner, -ing. 
exc, except. 
Exec, Executive. 
Exeg., Exegesis, -getical. 
Exp., Exposition. 
Expr. , Expression. 
Ext., Extension, 
far., farmer, 
fd., founded, -er. 
fern., female. 
Fin., Finance, -ial. 
F. M., Foreign Mission,-s. 
gen., general. 
Gosp., Gospel, -s. 
govt., government. 
Gr. , Greek, 
grad. , graduate. 
Heb., Hebrew. 
Hist., History. 
H. M., Home Mission. 
Homil., Homiletics. 
hon., honorary. 
Hosp., Hospital, 
hyg., hygienic. 
I., Institution. 
Im., Immanuel. 
imm., immigration, 
ind., independent, 
indust., industrial, 
inf., infantry. 
Inst., Institute, 
instr., instructor, 
insur. , insurance. 
Intel., Intellectual. 
Intern., International. 
Interp., Interpreter, -tation. 
Introd., Introduction, 
inv., invalid, 
irreg., irregular. 
itin., itinerant. 



jud., judge. 

jun. , junior 

just., justice. 

Lad., Ladies. 

Lang., Language,-es. 

Lat., Latin. 

law., lawyer. 

lect., lecturer. 

leg., legislature. 

lib., librarian, library. 

lie, licentiate. 

licut., lie-.^ tenant. 

Lit., Literature, -ary. 

Log.. Logic. 

maj., major. 

man., manpger,-ing. 

Mr:r. , Maritime. 

Math.. Mathematics. 

may., inayor. 

med., medical, -cine. 

Mem., Memorial. 

memb., member. 

Ment., Mental. 

mer. , merchant. 

Met., Metaphysics. 

Meth., Methodist. 

mid., midshipman. 

mil., militia, -ary. 

min., minister, -s, -try, -ial. 

miss., mission, -s, -ary. 

Mod., Modem. 

mon., m.onetary. 

Mor. , Moral. 

nii:nic., municipal. 

mus., music. 

mut., mutual. 

nat., natural. 

natl., national. 

newsp., newspaper, -s. 

No., Northern. 

Norm., Normal. 

N. T., New Testament. 

occ. , occasional, -ly. 

off., office, -s,-er,-ial. 

or., orator,-y. 

ord., ordained. 

org., organized, -er. 

O. T., Old Testament. 

p., pastor, -s, -ate, -ates,-al. 

part., partial. 

Past., Pastoral. 

Pen., Penitentiary. 

period., periodicals. 

Phil., Philosophy. 

phy., physics, -al. 

phys., physician, -s. 

p. m., postmaster. 

P. O., Post Office. 

Pol., Polity. 

pol., police. 

Polit., Political. 

pos. , positions. 

pr. , preacher. 

prac, practise, -tised.-titioner. 

prep., prep.aratory. 

pres., president. 

Presb., Presbyterian. 

prim., primary. 

prin. , principal. 

priv., private. 

prof., pro fessor,-sional, -serial. 

prop., proprietor. 

Prov., Provinces. 

Psy., Psychology. 

pt., priest. 

pub., public. 

publ., publisher, -ing. 



ABBREVIATIONS 



r. , rector. 

read., reader. 

rec, received. 

red., reduced. 

Ref., Reform, -ed. 

reg., regular. 

regis. , registrar. 

rel. , religion, -s,-ious. 

Rep., Representative ,-s. 

res., residence, resided. 

Resv., Reserve. 

ret., retired. 

rev., revivals. 

Rhet., Rhetoric. 

S., Seminary. 

s., supply, -ied. 

Sac, Sacred. 

sales., salesman. 

San., Sanitary. 

S. B.C., Southern Baptist Con- 
vention. 

S. B. P. S., Southern Baptist 
Publication Society. 

Sch., Schs., School.-s. 

Sci., Science. 

sec, secretary. 

Sem., Semitic. 

Sen., Senior. 

serg., sergeant. 

serv., service, -s. 

set., settlement, -s. 

Sig., Signal. 
So., Southern. 
Soc., Society. 
Sociol., Sociology, 
speak., speaker. 



S. S. 

s. s. , 

stud. 

sub. 

sum. 

sup. 



spec, special, 
spg., spring. 

, Sunday School, 
stated supply. 

, student, -ied, -ies. 
, substituted 

, summer. 
. . supervising, 
supt., superintendent, 
surg., surgeon, -s. 
Sys., Systematic, 
tea., teacher. 
Temp., Temperance. 
Theol. , Theology, -ical. 
tr. , treasurer, 
trans., translator,-ed,-ion. 
tri., trial. 
Tm., Training, 
trav., travel, -ed,ing. 
Trien., Triennial, 
trust., trustee. 
T. S. , Theological Seminary, 
tut., tutor. 
U., University. 
Un., Union, United. 
Unit., Unitarian. 
U. S.. United States, 
vet., veterans, 
vie, vicinity. 
Vol. , Vol. , Volunteers,-s. 
w. c, without charge, 
win., winter. 
Y. M. C. A.. Young Men's 

Christian Association. 
y. P.. young people ,-'s. 



VIl 



LITERARY AND THEOLOGICAL 
INSTITUTIONS 



A. C. Amherst, Mass. 
A. C. A., Agricultural, Ala, 
Ac. C, Acadia, N. S. 
Ac. U., Acadia, N. S. 
Adrian C, Adrian, Mich. 
Ark. Indust. U., Arkansas In- 
dustrial, Ark. 

A. T. S., Andover, Mass. 
At. U., Atlanta, Ga. 
Ba. C, Bates, Me. 
Baltimore U., Baltimore, Md. 
Bay. U., Baylor, Tex. 

B. C, Bowdoin, Me. 
Bel. C, Beloit, Wis. 
Beth. C, Bethany,? 
Biddle U., Biddle, N. C. 
Bost. T. S., Boston, Mass, 
Bost. U.. Boston, Mass. 

B. S. N. B., Bapt. S. of New 

Brunswick. 
B. T. S., Bangor, Me. 
B. U., Brown, R. I. 
Burl. U., Burlington, la. 

B. U. T. S.,Bapt. Un, T. S., 111. 
Bu. U., BuckneU, Pa. 

C. A.,Colbv, N. H., 
Cal. C. California, Cal. 

Can. L. I., Canada Lit. I., Can. 

Car. C, Carson, Tenn. 

C. C, Columbia, N. Y. 

C. D. S., Cobb, Me. 

Cent. C, Central, Ky. 

Cent. U., Central, la. 

Ch. C, Charleston, S. C. 

Chic. T. S., Chicago, 111. 

CI. C, Clinton, Ky. 

C. L. I., Connecticut Lit. I., 

Conn. 
C. N. C, Carson and Newman, 

Tenn. 
Cob. C, I.,CobumClass. Inst., 

Me. 
Col. C, Columbian, D. C. 
Coif. C. Colfax, Wash. 
Colg. U.. Colgate, N. Y. 
Colo., C, Colorado, Colo. 
Col. U., Columbian, D. C. 
Com. U., Cornell, N. Y. 
C. T. S., Crozer. Pa. 

C. U., Colby, Me. 
Cy. C, Co.by, Me. 
Dalh. U., Dalhousie, N. S. 

D. C, Dartmouth, N. H. 
Des M. C, Des Moines, la. 
Dr. U., Drake, la. 

D. U., Denison, O. 
Ewing, C, Ewing, 111. 
F. C, Franklin, Ind. 

F. T. I., Funnan, S. C. 
Fur. U., Furraan, S. C. 

G. C, Georgetown, Ky. 
Gr. C, Granville, O. 

Grand Island C, Grand Island 

Nebr. 
Hart. T. S., Hartford, Conn. 
H. C, Hamilton, N. Y. 
Hills. C, Millsdale, Mich. 
H. L. T. I., Hamilton Lit. and 

Theol. I, N. Y. 
Hob. C, Hobwt, N. Y. 
Hurt. v.. Hon on, N. S. 



How. C, Howard, Ala. 

Howard Payne C, Howard 
Payne, Tex. 

How. U., Howard, D. C. 

H. T. S., Hamilton, N. Y. 

H. U., Harvard, Mass. 

I. Wes. U., Illinois Wesleyan 
111. 

Jack. C, Jackson, Miss. 

Jef. C, Jefferson. Pa. 

Jef. Med. C, Jefferson Medical, 
Pa. 

J. H. U.. Johns Hopkins, Md. 

John B. Stetson U., John B. 
Stetson, Fla. 

Kai. C, Kalamazoo, Mich. 

K. C, Kings, Ire. 

K. C. T. S. , Kansas City, Kans. 

La Gr. C, La Grange, Mo. 

L. T. S., Lane, O. 

L. U., Lincoln, Pa. 

Llangollen Bapt. C, Llangol- 
len, Wales. 

Mag. U., McGill, Can. 

Manchester Bapt. C, Man- 
chester, Eng. 

Manitoba, U., Manitoba, Man. 

Mar. C, Marietta, O. 

Me. State C, Maine State, Me. 

M. I. T. , Mass. Institute of 
Technology, Mass. 

McM. U., McMaster, Can. 

Mercer U., Mercer, Ga. 

Mid. A., Middieboro, Mass. 

Mid. C, Middlebury, Vt. 

Miss. C, Mississippi, Miss. 

Mo. State U., Missouri State, 
Mo. 

M. T. S., Meadville, Pa. 

Mt. Union C, Mt. Union, O. 

M. U., Madison, N. Y. 

N. H. C, New Hampshire, N. 
H. 

N. H. L. T. I., New Hampton 
Lit. and Theol. I., N. H. 
and Vt. 

N. L. A., New London 
Academy, N. H, 

N. L. L. S. I., New London Lit. 
and Scientific I., N. H. 

N. T. I., The Newton Theo- 
logical Institution, Mass. 

N. Y. U., New York, N. Y. 

O. C, Oberlin, O. 

O. T. S., Oberlin, O. 

Ott. U.. Ottawa, Kans. 

Ouachita C, Ouachita, Ark. 

P. A. A., Phillips Andover, 
Mass. 

Palmer U., Palmer, Ind. 

P. C, Princeton, N. J. 

P. E. D. S., Protestant Episco- 
pal, Pa. 

Pontypool Bapt. C. , Ponty- 
pool, Wales. 

Prince of Wales C, Prince of 
Wales, P. E. I. 

P. T. S., Princeton, N. J. 

P. U., Pacific, Cal. 

R. C, Richmond, Va. 

Rich. T. S., Richmond, Va. 



ABBREVIATIONS 



R. T. S., Rochester, N. Y. 

R. W. U., Roger WiUiams. 

Tenn. 
S. B. T. S., Southern Baptist, 

S. C. and Ky. 
S. C, Shurtleff, 111. 
S. C. C, South Carolina. S. C. 
Sidcup C, Sidcup, Kent, Eng. 
S. J. I., South Jersey Institute, 

N.J. 
S. R. A., South Reading, Mass. 
S. W. B. C. South Western 

Baptist, Tenn. 
Taylor U., Taylor, Ind. 
T. C, Trinity, Conn. 
T. D. S., Tufts College D.S., 

Mass. 
T. U., Transylvania, Ky. 
Tu. C, Tufts, Mass. 
U. A., Alabama. Ala. 
U. At., Athens, Greece. 
U. Buffalo, Buffalo, N. Y. 
U. C. Union, N. Y. 
U. Chic, Chicago, 111. 
U. Chic. D. S.,U. Chicago D. 

S., 111. 
U. Cin., Cincinnati, O. 
U. la., Iowa, la. 
U. Kan., Kansas, Kans. 
U. Ky., Kentucky, Ky. 
U. Lewis. , Lewisburg, Pa. 
U. M., Madrid, Spain. 
U. Mich., Michigan, Mich. 
U. Minn., Minnesota, Minn. 
U. N. B., New Brunswick, N. 

B. 
U. N. C, North Carolina, N. C. 
U. Neb., Nebraska, Nebr. 
Un. Christ. C. Union Christian, 

Ind. 
U. N. Y.. New York. N. Y. 



U. O., Orebro, {Sweden. 

U. P., Pennsylvania, Pa. 

U. R., Rochester, N. Y. 

U. S. Mil. A.. United States 
Military Academy, N. Y 

U. S. N. A., Inited States 
Naval Academy, Md. 

U. T., Toronto, Can. 

U. T. S., Union, N. Y. 

U. V. M., Vermont, Vt 

U. W., Wooster, O. 

U. Wis., Wisconsin, Wis. 

U. W. Va., West Virginia, W 
Va. 

Vas. C, Vassar, N. Y. 

Va. Un. U., Virginia Union, 

Va. 
V. C, Vermilion, O. 
W. A., Worcester, Mass. 
Wash. U., Washington, Mo. 
Wat. A., Waterville, Me 
Wat. C. I., WatervUle Class. 

Inst., Me. 
Way S. and C. Wayland S. 
and C, D. C. 

Way. U., Wayland, Wis. 
W. C, Waterville, Me. 
Wes. U., Wesley an, O. 
W. F. C, Wake Forest, N. C 
Wit. C, Wittenberg, O. 
W. J. C, William Jewell, Mo. 
Wms. C. Williams. Mass. 
Wo. C. Woodstock. Ont. 
W. R. C. Western Reserve, O. 
W. T. S., Western Allegheny, 

Pa. 
Yank. C, Yankton, S. Dak. 
Y. C, Yale, Conn. 
Y. D. S, Yale, Conn. 
Y. U.. Yale, Conn. 



IX 



THE INSTITUTION CALENDAR 



The following extracts from the Calendars of the Institution 
will be of interest: — 

The Anniversary has been appointed as follows: 1826-32, the 
Thursday after 2d Wednesday in September; 1833, the 2d 
Wednesday in September; 1834-42, 1847-49, the last Wednes- 
day but one in August; 1843-46, the 3d Wednesday in August; 
1850-51, the last Wednesday in August; 1852-69, the last 
Wednesday in June; 1870-83, the 2d Wednesday in June; 
1884-87, the 2d Thm-sday in June; 1888-95, the 3d Thursday in 
May'; 1896-1912, the Thursday after 1st Sunday in June. 

The beginning of the academic year has been as follows: — 

1826-32, the 7th Friday after the Anniversary; 

1833-49, the 6th Wednesday after the Anniversary ; 

1850-51, the 5th Wednesday after the Anniversary; 

1852-54, the 9th Wednesday after the Anniversary; 

1855-66, the Thursday after 1st Wednesday in September; 

1867-71, the Friday after 1st Wednesday in September; 

1872, 1887-95, the 1st Tuesday in September; 

1873-86, the 2d Tuesday in September; 

1896-1906, the Wednesday after 1st Sunday in September; 

1907-12, the Wednesday after 3d Sunday in September. 
The first recess of the academic year: — 

1825-48, 1882-1912, seven to ten days at Christmas; 

1849-81, five to seven days at Thanksgiving. 

The second vacation: — 

1826-33, six weeks following 3d Wednesday in April; 
1834-49, six weeks from last Wednesday in March; 
1850-51, from 2d Wednesday in April to last Wednesday in 

May; 
1852-69, three weeks from last Wednesday in January; 
1870-82, one week in January or February; 
1883-87, 1896-1912, one week in March. 



'In 1888 and 189 held a week earlier, in 18S9 a day earlier, in 1895 a 
week later, by special vote of the trustees. 

X 



THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENTS 

Term of Office 

1826-1835 -Rev. Joseph Grafton, A. M. 

1835-1853 ='-Rev. Daniel Sharp, D. D. 

1853-1854 *Prof. Alexis Caswell, D. D., LL. D. 

1854-1809 *Rev. Baron Stow, D. D. 

1870-1879 *Mr. Gardner Colby 

1879-1884 *HoN. Joseph Warren Merrill, A. M. 

1884-1894 *HoN. Eustace C. Fitz, A. M. 

1894-1905 ^William A. Munroe, A. M. 

1906-1908 Rev. O. C. S. Wallace, D. D., LL. D. 

1908-1909 Mr. Henry H. Kend.\ll 

1909- Rev. Charles H. Watson, D. D. 

SECRETARIES 

1826-1827 -Pres. Francis Wayland, D. D., LL. D 

1827-1833 -Rev. Tames D. Knowles 

1833-1837 -Rev. Henry Jackson, D. D. 

1837-1854 -Mr. Caleb Parker 

1854-1888 -Rev. George W. Bosworth, D. D. 
1888-1897 Rev. Benjamin A. Greene, D. D. 
1897-1899 Rev. George E.' Horr, D. D. 
1899-1910 Rev. Charles H. Spalding, D. D. 

1910- Rev. Edward P. Tuller, D. D. 

TREASURERS 

1826-1844 -Hon. Levi Farwell 

1844-1868 *Mr. Gardner Colby 

1868-1882 *Mr. Thomas Nickerson 

1882-1885 *Mr. Joseph Sawyer 

1885-1892 -Mr. Freeman A. Smith 

1892-1900 -Mr. William A. Bowdlear 

1900-1907 *Mr. Joseph G. Shed 
1907- Mr. (Charles C. Barry 

FINANCIAL AGENTS 

1851-1852 *Rev. T<:>seph W. Parker, D. D. 

1852-1854 *Rev. Horace T. Love 

1854-1857 =^Rev. Joseph W. Parker, D. D. 

1870-1871 *Rev. William Hadley Eaton, D. D. 

1893-1894 *Rev. Robert J. Adams, D. D. 

FINANCIAL SECRETARIES 
1896-1906 Rev. Charles A. Reese 

1911- Rev. Ck.arles H. Spalding, D. D. 



2 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION 

TRUSTEES 

Incorporators, 1826 Resigned or Died 

*Rev. Joseph Grafton, A. M *1836 

*Rev. Lucius Bolles, D. D *1844 

*Rev. Daniel Sharp, D. D *1853 

*Rev. Jonathan Going, D. D 1837 

*Rev. Bela Jacobs, A. M *1836 

*Rev. Ebenezer Nelson *1852 

*Pres. Francis Wayland, D. D., LL. D 1843 

*Rev. Henry Jackson, D. D *1863 

*Mr. Ensign Lincoln *1832 

*Mr. Jonathan Bacheller -'•=1864 

*Mr. Nathaniel R. Cobb *1834 

Elected , ^ ^ . 

1826 *HoN. Levi Farwell ^1844 

*Hon. Heman Lincoln 1829 

*HoN. Abner Forbes *1828 

*HoN. Nicholas Brown *1841 

*Rev. James D. Knowles 1833 

1827 *Mr. John B. Jones *1854 

^^Mr. Elijah Corey *1859 

*HoN. Thomas Kendall 1834 

1829 *Rev. Cyrus P. Grosvenor 1840 

*Rev. Howard Malcolm, D. D 1844 

*Mr. Michael Shepard— 1830, 1844— *1856 

1831 *HoN. Richard Fletcher, LL. D.— 1846, 1853— *1859 

1832 *Rev. Charles Train *1849 

1835 *Rev. Baron Stow, D. D *1869 

*Mr. David R. Griggs 1840 

*Mr. Matthew Bolles 1857 

1836 *Rev. Ebenezer Thresher 1850 

1837 *Mr. Caleb Parker *1854 

1838 *Rev. William Hague, D. D.— 1857, 1863—. . 1873 

1839 *Rev. Solomon Peck, D. D *1874 

1840 *Hon. James H. Duncan *1869 

1843 *Mr. Gardner Colby *. *1879 

*Rev. Robert E. Pattison, D. D.— 1848, 1853— 1860 

1845 *Prof. Alexis Caswell, D. D., LL. D *1877 

*Mr. George Cummings *1881 

1847 *HoN. Isaac Davis, LL. D.— 1857, 1864—. . . . *1883 
*Pres. David N. Sheldon, D. D 1857 

1848 *Mr. Thomas Griggs *1881 

*Rev. Joseph W. Parker, D. D 1869 

*Rev. Samuel B. Swaim, D. D *1865 

*Rev. James N. Granger, D. D *1857 

1849 =^Mr. James W. Converse— 1866, 1869— 1881 

1850 *Rev. Rollin H. NealE, D. D.— 1861, 1868— *1879 



TRUSTEES 3 

Elected RcT.'Ziud or Died 

1851 *Prof. William Gammell, LL. D 1858 

1853 *Pres. Barnas Sears, D. D., LL. D 1870 

*Prof. Irah Chase, D. D *1864 

*Rev. Thomas F. Caldicott, D. D 1861 

*Rev. Robert C. Mills, D. D *1896 

*Rev. William H. Shailer, D. D *1881 

=!=Rev. Alva Woods, D. D *18S7 

='=Benjamin F. Brooks, Esq 1854 

*Mr. Hezekiah S. Chase 1885 

*Mr. Elijah C. Emerson 1870 

*Mr. Solomon H. Dodge 1863 

*Mr. Thomas Richardson *1858 

*Mr. Henry S. Downs 1855 

*Mr. Daniel Sanderson 1863 

*Rev. Horace T. Love 1864 

*Rev. Adam Wilson, D. D 1856 

*HoN. Josiah Ouincy 1861 

*Rev. Dura D. Pratt *1855 

*Rev. Eli B. Smith, D. D 1855 

-Rev. Cornelius A. Thomas, D. D 1870 

*HoN. George N. Briggs, LL. D 1855 

*Rev. Arthur S. Train, D. D 1858 

*Mr. Charles S. Kendall— 1856, 1868— *1895 

*Rev. Robert Turnbull, D. D 1871 

=^Rev. S. Dryden Phelps, D. D 1856 

1854 *Rev. George W. Bosworth, D. D *1888 

*Mr. Jefferson Borden 1858 

1855 *Mr. James Upton *1878 

*Rev. Nathaniel M. Williams, D. D 1859 

*Mr. Thomas Nickerson .• *1892 

1856 *Rev. Thomas D. Anderson, D. D.— 1868, 1869— *1883 

*Mr. Albert Day 1860 

*Pres Kendall Brooks, D. D 1868 

*Mr. William A. Bowdlear *1900 

1857 *Prof. Oakman S. Stearns, D. D.— 1869, 1892— *1893 

*Mr. Joshua Lincoln 1874 

*Pres. Samuel L. Caldwell, D. D., LL. D.. 1875 

*Rev. George B. Ide, D. D.— 1864, 1870—. . . *1872 

*Rev. John W. Olmstead, D. D 1876 

1858 *Pres. James T. Champlin, D. D., LL. D.... *1S82 

*Mr. Alfred Peabody *1880 

*HoN. J. M. S. Williams 1859 

*Rev. John C. Stockbridge, D. D 1866 

1859 *Rev. Robert W. Cushman, D. D 1868 

*HoN. Joseph A. Gilmore 1861 

*Rev. Jonah G. Warren, D. D 1875 



4' THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION 

Elected Resigned or Died 

1859 ':=Mr. George S. Dexter *19Q1 

1860 *Prof. Albert N. Arnold, D. D 1864 

*Prof. Henry J. Ripley, D. D *1875 

*HoN. Joseph W. Merrill, A. M *1889 

1861 *Rev. William Lamson, D. D.— 1877, 1879— . *1882 

*Prof. Heman Lincoln, D. D 1869 

*Mr. Nehemiah Boynton . . .- *1868 

*Mr. Horton D. Walker 1865 

1863 -Rev. Sumner R. Mason, D. D *1871 

-Mr. N. p. Mann 1867 

1864 -Rev. Lucius E. Smith, D. D 1867 

-Rev. Lewis Colby 1867 

1863 -Mr. Jesse A. Locke *1871 

-Rev. William Hadley Eaton, D. D.— 1866, 

1867— 1888 

-Rev. Justin D. Fulton, D. D 1876 

"*Mr. H. H. Brown 1868 

1866 *HoN. Eustace C. Fitz *1895 

-Mr. H. N. Tinkham 1870 

-Mr. Edwin Chase 1878 

1867 *Rev. Lucian Hayden, D. D 1872 

^•=Mr. Gardner R. Colby— 1871, 1875— *1889 

1868 *Rev. a. Judson Gordon, D. D *1895 

*Mr. George Lawton 1880 

1869 *Mr. H Lincoln Chase 1884 

Rev. George B. Gow, D. D 1885 

-Mr. Lawrence Barnes 1881 

1'870 -H(XN. Joseph H. Walker *1907 

-Hon. Robert O. Fuller *1903 

-Mr. Samuel C. Davis— 1874, 1875— *1882 

*Mr. George D. Edmands *1906 

1871 ='=Mr. Joseph C. Hartshorn *18S9 

Rev.* Henry M. King, D. D.— 1887, 1891—. . 
-Mr. Charles L. Colby 1875 

1872 *Rev. C. W. AnablE, D. D 1882 

-Pres. Ezekiel G. Robinson, D. D., LL. D. . 1891 
*Mr. Benjamin F. Stutevant *1890 

1873 -Rev. Albert K. Potter, D. D *18S7 

1874 -Mr. John H. Sanborn *1894 

-Mr. Austin W. Benton 1894 

1875 Prof. William N. Clarke, D. D 1884 

Pres. Henry E. Robins, D. D., LL. D 1882 

Rev. George BullEn, D. D.— 1891, 1909—.. 

1876 Rev. B. D. Marshall. D. D 1888 

-Mr. Daniel S. Ford 1880 

1877 *Prof. Samuel S. Greene, LL. D *1883 



TRUSTEES 5 
Elected Resigned or ©ied 

1877 =!=Rev. Hiram K. Pervear, D. D 1881 

1878 *Mr. Timothy Merrick *1894 

1879 *Mr. Edward C. Wilson *1893 

Rev. Cephas B. Crane, D. D 

1880 ='^HoN. Chester W. Kingsley *1904 

*Mr. Amos W. Downing *1909 

■^Mr. C. T. Sampson 1884 

1881 Rev. Henry S. Burrage, D. D 1908 

Mr. Thomas B. Griggs 1909 

Prof. John M. English, D. D 1882 

*Mr. Benjamin E. Cole *1903 

Mr. Oliver M. Wentworth 

1882 *Mr. Joseph Sawyer 1899 

Mr. Samuel N. Brown 1892 

Pres George D. B. Pepper, D. D., LL. D.— 

1890, 1891— 1907 

*Rev. William T. Burns -1884 

••=Rev. William S. Apsey, D. D 1902 

1883 -Mr. Joseph C. Stevens -1905 

Rev. Franklin Jopinson, D. D 1891 

•■:^Rev. John B. Brackett, D. D *1889 

*William a. Munroe, a. M -1905 

1884 Rev. T. Edwin Brown, D. D 1891 

Rev. Orrin p. Gifford, D. D 1892 

Mr. Joseph Story 1888 

Rev. Albert C. Hussey 1893 

*Rev. Charles M. Bowers, D. D 1888 

1885 *Rev. James McWhinnie, D. D *1892 

Mr. Leander Be.-^l - . 1897 

1887 *Mr. Freeman A. Smith -1896 

Rev. Benjamin A. Greene, D. D 1899 

1888 Rev. Lemuel C. Barnes, D. D— 1897,1905— . . 

*Rev. Moses H. Bixby, D. D 1902 

*Pres. Alvah Hovey, D. D., LL. D *1903 

*Rev. Charles H. Rowe ='4890 

*Rev. Edward W. Pride 1892 

*Mr. George S. Harwood *1894 

1889 Rev. Henry F. Colby, D. D 

*Rev. William T. Chase, D. D 1893 

1890 Pres. E. Benjamin Andrews, D. D., LL. D. 1899 
Pres. Albion W. Sm.\ll, Ph. D., LL. D 1892 

*Pres. George E. Merrill, D. D 1900 

1891 Rev. Francis W. Bakeman, D. D 

Rev. James W. Manning ] 896 

Mr. E. Nelson Blake 

1892 *Mr. Salmon P. Hibbard =4900 



6 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION 

Elected Resigned or Died 

1592 Rev. Nathan E. Wood, D. D 

PrES. George E. Horr, D. D.— 1904, 1909— 

Mr. Frederick S. Pevear 1900 

Hon. Eugene N. Foss 

Rev. Joseph S. Swaim 

1593 *Mr. Stephen Greene *1901 

Rev. ThoiMas S. Barbour, D. D 

"■"Hon. James L. Howard *1906 

Rev. William S. Roberts, D. D 1905 

1594 -Mr. Charles A. Vinal *1901 

='=Pres. Benaiah L. Whitman, D. D 1902 

*Rev. William Harrison Eaton, D. D *1908 

1895 '^Rev. Samuel W. Duncan, D. D *1898 

Dudley P. Bailey, Esq 

*Mr. Henry W. Peabody *1908 

*Rev. Robert J. Adams, D. D 1910 

1896 *Mr. Edward S. Wilkinson *1902 

Rev. Charles H. Spalding, D. D 

Rev. Charles L. White, D. D 

1897 -Rev. Francis T. Hazlewood, D. D *1908 

Rev. Thomas D. Anderson, D. D 

1899 Rev. W. G. Fennell 1900 

PrES. William H. P. Faunce, D. D., LL. D. 

=:=Mr. Harvey B. Evans 1903 

1900 Rev. Franklin G. McKeever, D. D 

Mr. George F. D. Paine 

Rev. Arthur L. Snell 1908 

1901 Mr. Charles C. Barry 

Mr. Henry H. Kendall 

*Mr. Charlie A. Jones *1910 

Rev. Thomas E. BartlEtt 

=!=Mr. Horace M. Willard *1907 

1902 Rev. John R. Gow, D. D 

Mr. Edwin F. Greene 

Rev. Millard F. Johnson 

*Rev. Albert G. Upham, D. D *1908 

1903 D. W. Abercrombie.LL. D 

Mr. John Carr 1911 

1904 =!=Francis a. Gaskill, Esq *1909 

Mr. Charles F. Byam 

Rev. Charles H. Watson, D. D 

*Mr. Joseph G. Shed 1909 

Rev. Francis H. Rowley, D. D 

1905 Rev. O. C. S. Wallace, D. D., LL. D 

1906 Hon. W. W. Stickney 1909 

1907 Rev. Edmund F. Merriam, D. D 



TRUSTEES 7 

Elected Resigned or Died 

1907 Mr. Dwight Chester 

Rev. Edward P. Tuller, D. D 

1908 Mr. Henry T. Bailey 

Mr. George C. Whitney 

Rev. John S. Lyon, D. D 

Rev. Frank Rector, D. D 

Mr. Edwin P. Wells 

Rev. Clifton D. Gray, Ph. D 

1909 Rev. Irving B. Mower, D. D 

Joseph L. Colby, LL, D 

Rev. Maurice A. Levy 

Mr. George E. Briggs 

1910 Mr. W. Claxton Bray 1911 

Emery B. Gibbs, Esq 

Rev. Woodman Bradbury, D. D 

1911 Mr, M. Grant Edmands 

Mr. Albert L. Scott 



THE FACULTY 



PRESIDENTS 

Elected Resigned or Died 

1839 *Barnas Sears, D. D., LL. D 1848 

1868 *Alvah Hovey, D. D., LL. D 1898 

1899 Nathan Eusebius Wood, D. D 1908 

1908 George Edwin Horr, D. D 

PROFESSORS 

1825 nRAU Chase, D. D 1845 

Born, Stratton, Vt., Oct. 5, 1793. Mid. C. 
1814; A. T. S. 1817; ord. Danvers, Sept. 17, 
1817; miss, in Va., 1817-18; in charge of School 
for Baptist Ministers at Philadelphia, Pa., 1818- 
22; trav. and stud, in Germany, 1823; Professor 
in Theol. Sch. of Col. C, 1822-25; Founder of 
Courses of Study in N. T. I., and Professor of 
Biblical Theology, 1825-38; of Ecclesiastical 
History, 1838-45; memb. of deputation to es- 
tablish Bapt. missions in France, 1832; lit. work, 
Boston, 1845-50; Newton Centre, 1850-64; 
author. The Life of Bunyan ; Remarks on the Book of 
of Daniel, 1844; Design of Baptism, 1851; Infant 
Baptism an Invention of Men, 1863; ed. and 
trans., The Work Claiming to be the Constitutions of 
the Holy Apostles; d. Newton Centre, Nov. 1, 
1864. D. D., W. C, 1830. 

1832 *James Davis KnowlES *1838 

Bom, Providence, R. I., July, 1798. Col. 
C. 1824; Theol. Sch. of Col. C, 1824-25; ord. 
2d ch., Boston, Mass., Dec. 28, 1825; p.2dch., 
Boston, 1825-32; Professor of Pastoral Duties, 
N. T. I., 1832-36; of Sacred Rhetoric and 
Pastoral Duties, 1836-38; author. Memoir of 
Mrs. Judson, 1829; Memoir of Roger Williams, 
1834; many sermons, addresses, poems; ed. 
Rhode Island American, 1819-20, Columbian Star, 
1822-25; d. Newton Centre, May 23, 1838. 

1826 *Henry Jones Ripley, D. D 1860 

Bom, Boston, Mass., Jan. 28, 1798. H. U. 1816; 
A. T. S. 1819; ord. Baldwin Place ch., Boston, 
Nov. 7, 1819; miss. p. North Newport and 
.Bryant's Neck, Ga., 1819-20, 1821-26; p. East- 
port, Me., 1820-21; act. p. 1st ch., Newton, Mass., 
1838-40; Professor of Biblical Literature and 



THE FACULTY 9* 

Pastoral Duties, N. T. I., 1826-32; of Biblical 
Literature, 1832-36; of Biblical Literature and 
Interpretation, 1836-39; of Sacred Rhetoric and 
Pastoral Duties, 1839-57; Associate Professor 
of Biblical Literature, 1857-60; lit. work, New- 
ton Centre, 1860-65; tea. of freedmen preachers, 
Savannah, Ga., 1865-66; Librarian, N. T. L, 
1866-75; author. Christian Baptism, 1833; Notes 
on the Four Gospels (12 editions), 1837-55; Sacred 
Rhetoric, 1849, 1859; Notes on the Acts of the 
Apostles, 1853; Church Polity, 1867; Notes on the 
Epistle to the Romans, 1868; Notes on the Epistle 
to the Hebrews, 1868; sermons, pamphlets, and 
articles in religious periodicals; ed. Campbell's 
Lecitires on Systematic Theology, 1832; The 
Karen Apostle (by Francis Mason), 1843; d. 
Newton Centre, May 21, 1875. D. D., Ala. U. 
1844; H. U., 1845. 

1836 *Barn.\s Sears, D. D., LL. D 184& 

Born, Sandisfleld, Mass., Nov. 19, 1802. B. U. 
1825; tutor in Col. C, 1824-25; N. T. I. 1825-27; 
ord. 1st ch., Hartford, Conn., July 11, 1827; p. 
1st ch., Hartford, 1827-29; Professor of Lan- 
guages H. L. T. I., 1829-33; of Biblical Theol- 
ogy, 1833-36; trav. and stud, in Germany and 
France (baptized Rev. J. G. Oncken and first Bap- 
tist church in Germany), 1833-35; Professor of 
Ecclesiastial History, N. T. I., 1836-38; of 
Christian Theology, 1838-48; President, 1839-48; 
Secretary of Massachusetts Board of Education, 
1848-55; President and Professor of Moral Phil- 
.osophy, B. U., 1855-67; General Agent of Pea- 
body Educational Fund, 1867-80; author, (with 
Professors Edwards and Felton) Classical Studies, 
1843; The Ciceronian, 1844; The Life of Martin 
Luther, 1850; many reports and addresses; ed. 
Noehden's German Grammar, 1842; Select Treatises 
of Luther, 1846; The Christian Review, several 
years; contributor to Bibliotheca Sacra and 
American Encyclopedia; d. Saratoga, N. Y., July 
6, 1880. D. D., H. U., 1841 ; LL. D., Y. U., 1862. 

1839 *HoRATio Balch Hackett,. D. D., LL. D 186& 

Bom, Salisbury, Mass. Dec. 27, 1808. A. C. 
1830; A. T. S. 1830-31, 1832-34; tutorin A. C, 
1831-32; teacher in Mount Hope College, Balti- 



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THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION 



1848 



more, Md., 1834-35; Adjunct Professor of Latin 
and Greek Languages and Literatures, B. U., 
1835-38; Professor of Hebrew Literature, 1838- 
39; ord. Newton Centre, Mass., Dec. 8, 1839; 
Professor of Biblical Literature and Interpretation, 
N. T. I., 1839-68; trav. and stud, at Halle and , 
Berlin (deputed by Am. Bapt. Bd*: F. M. to in- 
tercede for religious freedom in Denmark), 1841- 
42; in the Orient, 1852; at Athens, 1858-59; lit. 
work and trav., 1868-70; Professor of Biblical 
Literature and New Testament Exegesis, R. T. S., 
1870-75; trav. in Europe, 1875; author, Plutarch 
on the Delay of the Deity in the Punishment of the 
Wicked, 1844, 1867; Exercises in Hebrew Gram- 
mar, 1S4.7; Commentary on the Acts of the Apostles, 
1852, 1858, 1882; lilustrations of Scripture, 1855, 
1860; Notes on the Greek Text of the Epistle to 
Philemon, 1860; thirty articles in Smith's Dict- 
ionary of the Bible, 1860-63 ; Christian Memorials 
of the War, 1864; Oration at the Dedication of the 
Soldiers' Monument, Newton Centre, Mass., 1864; 
Book of Ruth, 1876; ed. (with Dr. Ezra Abbott) 
Am. edition of Smith's Dictiofiary of the Bible, 
1868-70; Am. edition of i^aw/m^'on'.s- Historical Il- 
lustrations of the Old Testament, 1873; trans. Win- 
er's Grammar of the Chaldee Language, 1845 ; Com- 
mentaries of Van Oosterzee on Philemon, 1868, and 
(with J. B. G. Pidge) Braune on Philippians, 1870; 
contributor to several monographs and many re- 
ligious journals; member of American Academy 
of Arts and Sciences, of American Bible Union, 
of American Bible Revision Committee; d. 
Rochester, Nov. 2, 1875. D. D., U. V. M., 1845; 
H. U., 1861; LL. D., A. C, 1862. 

^Robert Everett Pattison, D. D 1854 

Bom, Benson, Vt., Aug. 19, 1800. A. C. 1826; 
tutor, Col. C, 1826-27; Associate Principal Am- 
herst Academy, 1827-28; Professor of Mathe- 
matics and Natural Philosophy, W. C, 1828-29; 
ord. Salem, Mass., Sept. 9, 1829; p. Salem, 1829- 
30; 1st ch.. Providence, R. I., 1830-36, 1840-42; 
President of W. C., 1836-39, 1854-57; p. 2d ch., 
St. Louis, Mo., 1839; Home Secretary Am. 
Bapt. Bd. F. M., 1842-45; President Western 
Bapt. T. S., Georgetown, Ky., 1845-48; 
Professor of Christian Theology, N. T. I., 



THE FACULTY H 

1848-54; Professor of Mental and Moral Phil- 
osophy, W. C, 1857-58; Principal Oread Inst., 
Worcester, Mass., 1859-63; Professor of Theol- 
ogy, S. C, 1864-70; Professor of Theology, B. U. 
T.s'., 1870-74; Acting President U. Chic. 1871-72; 
author, Commentary on the Epistle to the Ephcsians, 
1850; many discourses and addresses in re- 
ligious quarterlies; d. St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 21, 
1874. D. D., B. U., 1838. 

1853 *Alvah HovEy, D. D., LL. D *1903 

Bom, Greene, N. Y., Mar. 5, 1820. D. C. 1S44; 
N. T. I. 1845-48; pr. New Gloucester, Me., 1848- 
49; ord. Boston, Mass., Jan. 13, 1850; Assist- 
ant Instructor in Hebrew, N. T. I., 1849-54; 
Acting Professor of Biblical Literature and In- 
terpretation, 1851-52, 1858-59; Professor of 
Church History, 1853-54; of Christian Theology, 
1854-70; of Theology and Christian Ethics, 1870- 
99; of General Introductions and Apologetics, 
1899-1903; President 1868-98; Acting Professor 
of Biblical Interpretation, New Testament, 1892- 
94; author. Memoir of the Life and Times of the 
Rev. Isaac Backus, 1858, 1859; Slate of the Im- 
penitent Dead, 1859, 1875 ; Outlines of Christian 
Theology, 1861, 1870; Miracles of Christ as At- 
tested by the Evangelists, 1864; Scriptural Law of 
Divorce, 1866; God with Us, 1872; Religion and the 
State, 1874; Manual of Systematic Theology and 
Christian Ethics, 1880, 1900; Commentary on the 
Gospel of John, 1885; Biblical Eschatology, 1888; 
Commentary on Galatians, 1890; Studies in Ethics 
and Religion, 1892; Christian Teaching and Life, 
1895; Barnas Sears, a Christian Educator, 1902; 
many addresses, essays, pamphlets, and syllabi; 
ed., American Commentary; contributor to many 
periodicals; d. Newton Centre, Sept. 6, 1903. 
D. D., B. U., 1856; LL. D., R. C. and D. U., 1876. 

1855 ^Albert Nicholas Arnold, D. D 1857 

Born, Cranston, R. I., Feb. 12, 1814. B. U. 
1838; N. T. I. 1838-41; ord. Newburyport, Sept. 
14, 1841; p. Newburyport, 1841-43; miss. A. B. 
M. U., Greece, 1844-55; Professor of Church 
History, N. T. I., 1855-57; p. Westboro, 1857-64; 
Professor of Biblical Criticism and Pastoral 
Theology, H. T. S., 1864-69; Professor of New 
Testament Greek and Biblical Literature, B. U. 



12 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION. 

T. S., 1869-78; author, Sermons (published in 
modem Greek), Athens, 1883; Commentary on the 
Epistle to the Romans (edited by Dr. D. B. Ford), 
1889; d. Pawtuxet, R. I., Oct. 11, 1883. D. D., 
U. R., 1860. 

1859 ^Arthur Savage Train, D. D 1866 

Bom, Framingham, Mass., Sept. 1, 1812. B. 
U. 1833; tutor, B. U., 1834-36; ord. 1st ch., 
Haverhill, Mass., Oct. 20, 1836; p. 1st ch., Haver- 
hill, 1836-60; Professor of Sacred Rhetoric and 
Pastoral Duties, N. T. I., 1859-66; p. Framing- 
ham, 1866-72; author. Centennial Discourse, 
First Baptist Church, Haverhill, 1865; d. Framing- 
ham, Jan. 2, 1872. D. D., B. U., 1855. 

1865 George Dana Eoardman Pepper, D. D., LL. D 1867 

Bora, Ware, Mass., Feb. 5, 1833. A. C. 1857; 
N. T. I. 1857-60; ord. Waterville, Me., Sept. 6, 
1860; p. Waterville, 1860-65; Professor of Church 
History, N. T. I., 1865-67; Professor of Christian 
Theology, C. T. S., 1867-82; President and Pro- 
fessor of Psychology and Moral Philosophy, C. U., 
1882-89; p. Saco, Me., 1890-92; Professor of 
Biblical Literature, C. U., 1892-1900; res., Water- 
ville; author, numerous sermons and pamphlets. 
D. D., C. U., 1867, A. C, 1882; LL. D.,U. Lewis, 
1882, C. U., 1890. 

1866 Gaeusha Anderson, .S. T. D., LL. D 1873 

Bom, Clarendon, N. Y., Mar. 7, 1832. U. R. 
1854; R. T. S. 1854-56; oi-d. Janesville, Wis., 
Oct. 1856; p. Janesville, Oct. 1856-Sept., 1858; 
2d. ch., St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 1858-July, 1866;. 
Professor of Sacred Rhetoric and Pastoral Duties, 
N. T. I., 1866-70; of Church Polity, Homiletics, 
and Pastoral Duties, 1870-73; p. Strong Place ch., 
Brooklyn, N.Y.,Sept. 1873-Sept. 1876; 2dch., Chi- 
cago, 111., 1876-1878; President U.Chic, 1878-85;p. 
1st ch., Salem, Mass., Oct. 1885-Dec. 1886; Presi- 
dent D. U., 1887-90; Professor of Homiletics, 
Church Polity, and Pastoral Duties, B. U. T. S., 
1890-92, in U. Chic, 1892-1904; author. The 
Story of a Border City during the Civil War, 1908; 
Hitherto Untold, 1910; When Neighbors were 
Neighbors; a Story of Love and Life in Olden 
Days, 1911; sermons, pamphlets, review articles, 
and syllabi; trans. Asterius, Ancient Sermons for 



THE FACULTY 13 

Modern Times, 1904; res. Newton Centre, Mass 
S. T. D., U. R., 1866; LL. D., U. R., 1885, M. 
U., 1885. 

1868 *Heman Lincoln, D. D *1887 

Born, Boston, Mass., Apr. 14, 1821. B. U. 
1840; prin. Derby A., Vt, 1840-42; N. T. I. 
1842-45; ord. Boston, Sept. 21, 1845; p. New 
Britain, Pa., 1845-50; Franklin Sq. ch., Phila- 
delphia, 1850-53; Jamaca Plain, Mass., 1853-59; 
Cent, ch., Providence, R. I., 1860-68; Professor 
of Church History, N. T. I., 1868-73, 1878-87; of 
Homiletics, Pastoral Duties, and Church Polity, 
1873-78; author. Outline Lectures in Church 
History, 1884; Outline Lectures in History of 
Doctrine, 1885; sermons, syllabi, articles in re- 
ligious periodicals; ed. Christian Chronicle, 18^S- 
53; Watchman and Reflector, 1854-67; d. Newton 
Centre, Oct. IS, 1SS7. D. D., U. R., 1865. 

1868 -Oak.man Sprague Stearns, D. D *1893 

Born, Bath, Me., Oct. 20, 1817. W. C. 1840; 
N. T. I. 1843-46; Instructor in Hebrew, N. T. I., 
1846-47; ord. Southbridge, May 19, 1847; p. 
Southbridge, 1847-54; Newark, N. T-, 1854-55; 
Newton Centre, Mass., 1855-68; Professor of 
Biblical Literature and Interpretation, N. T. I., 
1868-70; of BibHcal Interpretation, Old Testa- 
ment, 1870-92; Professor Emeritus, 1892-93; 
author. Syllabus of Messianic Passages in the Old 
Testament, 1884; Introduction to the Books of 
the Old Testament, 18SS, 1892; numerous memorial 
sketches; trans. Sartorius's Person and Work of 
Christ, 1848; ed. O. J. White's Responsive Read- 
ings from the Old and Netu Testaments, 1893; d. 
Newton Centre, Apr. 20, 1893. D. D., W. C, 1863. 

1868 -'Ezra Palmer Gould, D. D 1882 

Bom, Boston, Mass., Feb. 27, 1841. H. U. 
1861; in civil war, Oct. 1861-July 1865; priv. 
and Corp. 24th Mass. Vols., 2d lieut. 55th, capt. 
and maj. 59th, maj. 57th; N. T. I., 1865-68; 
ord. Cambridge, Sept. 6, 1868; Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Biblical Literature and Interpretation, 
N. T. I., 1888-70; Professor of Biblical Interpre- 
. tation, New Testament, 1870-82; p. Burlington, 
Vt., 1884-Apr. 1888; Professor New Testament 
Language and Literature, P. E. D. S., Philadel- 



14 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION 

phia, Pa., 1889-Oct. 1898; ord. Epis. min., 1890; 
asst. min. St. George's ch., New York, N. Y., 
1899-1900; author, Commentary on the Epistles to 
the Corinthians (in Am. Comm.), 1887; Com- 
mentary on Gospel of Mark ( in Intern. Crit. 
Comm.), 1896; The Biblical Theoloqy of the New 
Testament, 1900; d. Whitelake, Sullivan Co., N. 
Y., Aug. 22, 1900. D. D., C. C, 1889. 

1873 *Samueiv Lunt Caldwell, D. D., LL. D 1878 

Bom, Newburyport, Mass., Nov. 13, 1820. W. 
C. 1839; N. T. I. 1842-45; s. Alexandria, Va., 
win. 1845-46; ord. Bangor, Me., Aug. 1846; p. 
1st ch., Bangor, June 1846-June 1858; 1st. ch., 
Providence, R. I., June 1858-Sept. 1873; Pro- 
fessor of Church History, N. T. I., 1873-78; 
President Vassar C, 1878-85; res. Providence, 
R. I., 1885-89; author, Sermons, 1865; Literature in 
Account with Life, ISGo; Cities of Our Faith, 1890; 
numerous memoria' discourses ;ed. (with Dr. A. J. 
Gordon) Service of Song for Baptist Churches, 1871, 
1878,1881; d. Providence, Sept. 20, 1889; D. D., 
W. C, 1858; LL. D., B. U., 1884. 

1879 Elisha Benjamin Andrews, D. D., LL. D... 1882 
Bom, Hinsdale, N. H., Jan. 10, 1844. 2d 
lieut. U. S. Army, 1861-64; B. U. 1870; Principal 
' C. L. I., Suffield, Conn., 1870-72; N.T. 1. 1872-74; 
ord. Beverly, July 2, 1874; p. Beverly, July 
1874-Aug. 1875; President D. U., 1875-79; 
Professor of Homiletics, Pastoral Duties, and 
Church Polity, N. T. I., 1879-82; stud. U. Berlin 
and U. Munich, 1882-83; Professor of History 
and Political Economy, B. U., 1882-88; Pro- 
fessor of Poltical Economy and. Finance, Corn. 
U., 1888-89; President and Professor of Moral 
and Intellectual Philosophy, B. U., 1889-98; 
U. S. Commissioner to International Monetary 
Conference, Brussels, Belgium, 1892; Superin- 
tendent of Public Schools, Chicago, 111., 1898- 
1900; Chancellor U. Neb., 1900-08; ChanceUor 
Emeritus, 1909—; trav. 1909—; author, In- 
stitutes of Constitutional History, English and 
American, 1884, 1901; Institutes of General 
History, 1885, 1895; Institutes of Economics, 
1889, 1900; An Honest Dollar, 1894, 1901; 
Wealth and Moral Law, 1894, 1901; History of 
the United States, 1894, 1902; History of the Last 



THE FACULTY 15 

Quarter Century in the United States, 1896; His- 
tory of the United States in Our Own Times, 1904; 
address, 1848 Prospect St., Lincoln, Neb. D. D., 
C. U., 1884; LL. D., U. Neb., 1884, B. U., 1899, 
U. Chic. 1903. 

1882 John Mahan English, D. D 

Born, Tullytown, Pa., Oct. 20, 1845. B. U. 
1870; tea. C. L. L, Suffield, Conn., 1870-72; 
tea. Gr., D. U., spg. 1874; N T. I., 1872-7o; ord. 
Trenton, N. J., July 15, 1875; p. Gloucester, 
Mass., Aug. 1875-Mar. 1882; Dudley St. ch., 
Boston, Mar. -Sept. 1882; Professor of Homiletics, 
Pastoral Duties, and Church Polity, N. T. I., 
1882-90; of Homiletics and Pastoral Duties, 
1890—; Lecturer on Homiletics, A. T. S., 1895- 
96; author, sermons and articles in religious 
periodicals. D. D., B. U., 1891. 

1883 Charles Rufus Brown, Ph. D., D. D 

Bom, East Kingston, N. H., Feb. 22, 1849. 
U. S. I^. A. 1869; passed mid., U. S. Navy, 1869- 
70, ensign, 1870-71, master, 1871-75; H. U. 
1877; N. T. I. 1874-75, 1877-79; U. T. S. 1878- 
79; U. Berlin 1879-80; U. Leipzig 1880-81; ord. 
Franklin Falls, N. H., Dec. 30, 1881; p. Frank- 
lin Falls, Dec. 1881-June 1883; Associate Pro- 
fessor of Biblical Interpretation, Old Testament, 
N. T. I., 1883-86; Professor of Hebrew and 
Cognate Languages, 1886 — ; act. p. Main St. 
ch., Worcester, Oct. 1886-June 1887; Professor 
of Hebrew and Cognate languages, U. Chic, 
summer quarter, 1S97; Acting Professor of 
Hebrev/ and Old Testament Exegesis, Bost. U. 
Sch. Theol., Nov. 1905-June 1906; spec. ed. 
Bib'e Study Union S. S. Lessons at several 
periods, 1892-1908; Resident Director Am. Sch. 
of Oriental Research in Jerusalem, Oct. 1910- 
May, 1911; author. An Aramaic Method, Part 
I, 1884, 1893, Part II, 1886; Commentary on 
Jeremiah (Am. Comm.), 1907: Ph. D., C. U., 
1887; D. D., Colg. U., 1892. 

1883 Ernest Dewitt Burton, D. D 1892 

Born, Granville, O., Feb. 4, 1856. D. U. 1876; 
tea. in secondary schools, 1876-79; R. T. S. 1879- 
82; Instructor in New Testament Greek, R. T. 
S., 1882-83; ord. East Ave. (now Park Ave.) 



as THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION 

ch., Rochester, June 22, 1883; Associate Pro- 
fessor of Biblical Interpretation, New Testament, 
N. T. I., 1883-86; Professor, 1886-92; stud. U. 
Leipzig, 1887; Professor and Head of Department 
of New Testament Interpretation, U. Chic, 
1892—; stud. U. Berlin, 1894; Commissioner of 
U Chic, for the Investigation of Oriental Educa- 
tion 1908-09; Director of the University 
Libraries, 1910 — ■; author. Syntax of the Moods 
and Tenses in New Testament Greek, 1892 and 
several editions, Dutch trans., 1906; (with Prof. 
W. A. Stevens) A Harmony of the Gospels for 
Historical Study, 1894, 1904, Chinese (2), Japanese 
(2), Pwo Karen, and Sgau Karen trans.; 
Records and Letters of the Apostolic Age, 1895, 
'Chinese trans. ; Handbook of the Life of Paul, 
1899; (with Shailer Mathews) Constructive Studies 
in the Life of Christ, 1901, Chinese and Japanese 
trans. ; (with Shailer Mathews) Principles and 
Ideals for the Sunday School, 1903, Japanese 
trans.; Short Introduction to the Gospels, 1904; 
Studies in the Gospel of Mark, 1904; Principles 
of Literary Criticism and their Application to the 
Synoptic Problem, 1904; (with Professors J. M. 
P., and G. B. Smith) The Biblical Doctrine of 
Atonement, 1909; various articles, especially in 
America?! Journal of Theology and Biblical World; 
assoc. ed. The Biblical World, 1892-1906, ed. -in- 
chief, 1906 — ; ed. (with others) The American 
Journal of Theology, 1897-1900, man. ed. (with 
G. B. Smith) 1906—; ed. (with W. R. Harper,) 
1900-06, alone 1906—) Constructive Bible Studies, 
20 vols.; address, 5525 Woodlawn Ave., Chicago, 
D. D., D. U., 1897. 

.1884 Samuel Silas Curry, Ph. D., Litt. D 

Born, Chatata, Tenn., Nov. 23, 1847; Grant 
U. 1872; not ord.; Bost. U. Sch. Theol., 1872-75; 
miss., Boston, Mass., 1874-79; Professor of 
Oratory, Bost. U., 1879-88'; Acting Professor of 
Elocution, N. T. I., 1884—; Instructor in Elocu- 
tion, H. U., 1891-94; in Y. D. S., 1892-1902; 
in H. U. D. S., 1896-1902; Lecturer, U. Minn., 
1905; U. Chic, 1908; U. Wash., 1908, 1910, 1911; 
Founder and President of School of Expression, 
Boston, 1885 — ; Librarian Boston Art Club, 
1891-1908; author, Province of Expression, 1891; 



THE FACULTY 17 

Lessons in Vocal Expression, 1895; Imagination 
and Dramatic Instinct, 189G; Vocal and Literary 
Interpretation of the Bible, 1903; Browning and 
the Dramatic Monologue, 1906; Memories of 
Professor Bell, 1906, Foundations of Expression, 
1907 ;Mimi and Voice, 1910; ed., Classics for Vocal 
Expression, 1888; Expression, a quarterly, 1895- 
1901; B. D., Bost. U., 1875; Ph. D., Bost. U., 
1880; Litt. D., Cy. C, 1905. Address, 60 Bay 
State Road, Boston, Mass. 

1888 Jesse Burgess Thomas, D. D., LL. D 

Born, Edwardsville, 111., July 29, 1832. Ken- 
yon C. 1850; stud, law, 1850-52; admitted to 
bar., 1852; in bus., Chicago, 111., 1852-57; lawyer, 
Chicago, 1857-62; ord. Waukegan, Nov. 1862; 
p. Waukegan, Oct. 1862- June 1864; Pierrepont 
St. ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., July 1864-Jan 1868, 
1st ch., San Francisco, Cal., Feb.-Dec, 1868; 
Mich. Ave. ch., Chicago, 111., Jan. 1869-Jan. 1874; 
1st ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 1874-Jan. 1888; 
Professor of Church History, N. T. I., 1888-1905; 
Professor Emeritus, 1905 — ; author. The Old 
Bible and the New Science, 1877; The Mould of 
Doctrine, 1883; Significance of the Historical 
Element in Scripture, 1897; Both Sides, 1897; 
Some Parables of Nature, 1911; sermons, ad- 
dresses, syllabi; address, 284 Madison St., Fall 
River, Mass. D. D., U. Chic, 1866; LL. D., 
G. C, 1898. 

1891 George BullEn, D. D 1897 

Bom, New Sharon, Me., Nov. 8, 1833. W. C. 
1853; tea. Me., 1853-55; N. T. I. 1855-58; U. 
Halle and U. Gottingen, 1858-59; ord. Bloom- 
field, now Skowhegan, Me., June 13, 1860; p. 
Skowhegan, Mar. 1860- Aug. 1862; Chapl. 16th 
Me. Vols., Aug. 1882-Oct. 1863; p. South Read- 
ing, now Wakefield, Mass., Jan. 1864-Nov. 1866; 
S. Brighton, Sept. 1867-May 1868; p. Pawtucket, 
R. I., Sept. 1868-Mar. 1891; Corresponding Sec- 
retary No. Bapt. Educ. Soc, Apr. 1891-Oct. 1896; 
Professor of Christian Missions, N. T. I., Apr. 
1891-Aug. 1897; s. Brighton Ave. ch., Allston, in 
1898; p. New London, N.H., Jan. 1900-Oct. 1906; 
s. South Boston, Mass., fall 1906-spg. 1907; p. 
Hingham, Sept. 1908—; author, published ad- 
dresses and sermons. D. D., C. U., 1880. 



18 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION 

1892 Rush Rhees, D. D., LL D 1900 

Born, Chicago, III, Feb. 8, 1860. A. C. 1883; 
Instructor in Mathematics, A. C, 1883-85; Hart. 
T. S. 1885-88; ord. Portsmouth, N. H., Mar. 14, 
' 1889; p. Portsmouth, Mar. 1889-June 1892; 
Associate Professor of BibHcal Interpretation, 
New Testament, N. T. I., 1892-94; Professor, 
1894-1900; President and Burbank Professor 
of Biblical Literatiu-e, U. R., 1900 — ; author, 
Saint Paul's Experience as a Factor in his Theology, 
1896; Life of Jesus of Nazareth, 1900; many- 
articles in religious journals; address, 440 Uni- 
versity Ave., Rochester. LL. D., A. C, 1900; 
D. D., Colg. U., 1901. 

1899 Nathan Eusebius Wood, D. D 1908 

Bom, Forrestville, N. Y., June 6, 1849. U. 
Chic, 1872; B. U. T. S. 1872-75; ord. Chicago, 
111., Sept. 12, 1875; p. Centennial ch., Chicago, 
May 1875-May 1877; Pr'ncipal of Wayland, A., 
Beaver Dam, Wis., May 1877-Dec. 1883; p. Mem. 
ch. Chicago, 111., Dec. 1883-Dec. 1886; Strong 
Place ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 1886-Mar. 1892; 
Brookline, Mass., Mar. 1892-Sept. 1894; 1st ch., 
Boston, Sept. 1894-Sept. 1899; President and 
Professor of Christian Theology, N. T. I., 1899- 
1908; p. Istch., Arlington, Oct. 1909—; author. 
History of First Baptist Church in Boston, 1889; 
The Person and Work of Jesus Christ, 1909; ed. 
Boise's Notes on the Epistles of St. Paul, 1896. 
B. D., B. U. T. S., 1875; D. D., U. Chic, 1883. 

1900 Frederick Lincoln Anderson, D. D 

Born, St. Louis, Mo., Apr. 14, 1862. U. Chic. 
1882; Assistant Professor of Latin, U. Chic, 
1882-85; B. U. T. S. 1885-88; ord. Morgan Park, 
Mar. 29, 1888; act. p. 2d ch., St. Louis, Mo., 
June-Sept. 1888; p. 2d ch., Rochester, N. Y., 
Nov. 1888-Aug. 1900; Professor of Biblical In- 
terpretation, New Testament, N. T. I., 1900—; 
author, articles in religious periodicals and en-, 
cyclopedias. B. D., B. U. T. S., 1888; D. D. 
B. U., 1904. 

1901 Winfred Nichols Donovan, D. D 

Born, Belchertown, Mass., Jan. 24, 1869. C. U. 



THE FACULTY 19 

1892; tea. in secondary schools, 1892-93, 1894- 
96; N. T. I. 1893-94, 1896-98; ord. South Lynde- 
boro, N. H., Nov. 3, 1898; Instructor in Old 
Testament Studies, N. T. I., 1898-1901; Assist- 
ant Professor of BibHcal Interpretation, Old 
Testament, 1901-09; Acting Assistant Professor 
of Hebrew and Old Testament Exegesis, Bost. U. 
Sch. Theol., 1905-0(3; Associate Professor in the 
Biblical Departments, N. T. I., 1909—. D. D., 
Cy. C, 1910. 

1904 George Edwin Horr, D.D 

Bom, Boston, Mass., Jan. 19, 1856. B. U. 
1876; U. T. S. 1876-77; N. T. I. 1877-79; ord. 
Tarrytown, N. Y., Dec. 2, 1879; p. Tarrytown, 
Oct. 1879-Apr. 1884; Istch., Charlestown, Mass., 
Apr. 1884- July 1891; ed. The Watchman, July 
1891-Jan. 1904; Professor of History of Modem 
Christianity, N. T. I., 1904-06; of Church His- 
tory, 1906—; President, 1908—; author. Hid 
in the Heart, 1903; The Training of the Chosen 
People, 1908; The Great Ministry, 1909; many 
addresses and contributions to many publica- 
tions. D. D., B. U., 1896. 

1906 Henry Kalloch Rowe, Ph. D 

Born, Boston, Mass., Nov. 30, 1869. B. U. 
1892; not ord.; tea. in secondary schools, 1892- 
1903, and in Bost. U., 1903-06; Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Church History, N. T. I., 1906—; Lec- 
turer on Sociology, 1911—. Ph. D., Bost. U., 
1905. 

1909 George Cross, Ph. D., D. D 

Bora, Bewdley, Ont., Can., Sept. 21, 1862. 
U. of Toronto 1888; McM. U. D. S. 1892-94; U. 
Chic. D. S. 1897-98; ord. Ormond, Ont., 
Sept. 1888; p. Ormond, Oct. 1887-Oct. 1889; Cal- 
gary, Alta., Oct. 1889-Mar. 1892; Carleton 
Place, Ont., May 1894-Dec. 1896; Aylmer, Dec. 
1898- July 1901; Professor of History, McM. U., 
1901-09; Lecturer, U. Chic, sum. 1908, spr. 
1909; sum. 1911; Professor of Christian Theol- 
ogy, N. T. I., 1909—; author. The Theology of 
Schleiermacher, 1911; cont., to Hastings En- 
cyclopedia of Religion and Ethics, and to re- 
ligious periodicals ; Ph. D., U. Chic, 1900; D. D., 
McM. U., 1907. 



20 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION 

INSTRUCTORS 

Eleced End of Service 

1846 *Oakman Sprague Stearns 

Assistant Instructor in Hebrew 1847 

1847 *David Barnes Ford 

Assistant Instructor in Hebrew 1849 

1849 *Ai,vah Hovey 

Assistant Instructor in Hebrew 1854 

1855 *Samson Talbot 

Assistant Instructor in Hebrew 1856 

1856 *James Alpheus Clark 

Assistant Instructor in Hebrew 1857 

1858 *Robert W. Cushman 

Instructor in Sacred Rhetoric 1859 

1858 *Baron Stow 

Instructor in Pastoral Duties 1859 

1860 *Samuel Brooks 

Assistant Instructor in Hebrew 1861 

1861 Joseph Henry Gilmore 

Assistant Instructor in Hebrew 1862 

1862 Henry Melville King 

Assistant Instructor in Hebrew 1863 

1863 Frederick Dana Blake 

Assistant Instructor in Hebrew 1864 

1864 *JosiAH Neslon Cushing 

Assistant Instructor in Hebrew 1866 

1866 Francis Emory Tower 

Assistant Instructor in Hebrew 1868 

1870 *Stacy Baxter 

Alva Woods Lecturer on Elocution 1874 

1874 Sebrun T. Conlee 

Alva Woods Lectiu-er on Elocution 1879 

1878 *EzEKiEL Oilman Robinson 

Instructor in Homiletics 1879 

1879 Lucius Alonzo Butterfield 

Alva Woods Lecturer on Elocution 1884 

1882 James Ferdinand Morton 

Instructor in New Testament Studies 1883 

1888 Shailer Mathews 

Instructor in New Testament Studies 1890 

1890 James Nelson Williams 

Instructor in Homiletics in the French De- 
partment' 1898 

1890 Arthur Leonard Wadsworth 

Instructor in Hebrew and Greek 1892 

^The French Department was discontinued in 1898. 



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21 



1893 Henry Todd De Wolfe 

Instructor in New Testament Studies . . 1895 
1893 Hugh Ross Hatch 

Instructor in Old Testament Studies 1897 

1898 WiNFRED Nichols Donovan 

Instructor in Old Testament Studies 1901 

1908 IlslEy Boone 

Instructor in Greek 1909 

1909 James Percival Berkeley 

Instructor in the Biblical Departments. . . . 

1910 Frederick George Harrington 

Instructor in the Old Testament 1911 



Term of Office 

1828-46, 1866-75 

1846-47 

1847-48 

1848-49 

1849-62, 1863-66 

1862-63 

1875-84 

1884-89 

1889-97, 1900-06 

1889-92 

1897-1900 

1906-07 

1907- 



LIBRARIANS 

*Henry Jones Ripley 
*Oakman Sprague Stearns 
*James Munroe Symonds 
*David Barnes Ford 
*Alvah Hovey 
*Arthur Savage Train 
John Benton Houser 
James Ferdinand Morton 
Charles Rufus Brown 
Ernest De Witt Burton 
Rush Rhees 
George Edwin Horr 
Henry Kalloch Rowe 



ALVA WOODS ASSISTANT LIBRARIANS 



1891-93 
1893-95 
1895-1911 
1911- 



WiLLiAM Bradford Child 
Herbert Sweetser Manley 
Caroline Smith 
William Jacob Cloues 



REGISTER OF STUDENTS 



1826 

*ELI BURNHAM SMITH, b. Shoreham, Vt., Apr. 16, 1803. 
Mid. C. 1823; A. T. S. 1823-25; N. T. I. 1825-26; ord. South 
Reading, now Wakefield, Sept. 21, 1826; p. Buffalo, N. Y., 
1826-29; Poultney, Vt., 1829-33; pres. and prof. Bib. Theol., 
N. H. L. T. I., 1833-61; d. Colchester, Vt., Jan. 5, 1861. D. 
D., W. C, 1849. 

*JOHN EQUALITY WESTON, b. Amherst, N. H., Oct. 13, 
1796. One of the two founders of The Watchman, 1819-21; 
Col. C. 1822-23; A. T. S. 1823-25; N. T. I. 1825-26; ord. East 
Cambridge, Oct. 10, 1827; p. East Cambridge, Mass., 1827 — 
June 1831; p. el. Nashua, N. H.; d. Wilmington, Mass., July 23, 
1831. 

2— *2 
J828 

*THOMAS WARD MERRILL, b. Sedgwick, Me., Feb. 18, 
1802. W. C. 1825; N. T. I. 1825-28; tea. N. L. L. S. I., 1828- 
29; itin. miss., Mich., org. and tea.. Class. Sch., Ann Arbor, 
1829-31; ord. Detroit, Feb. 6, 1831; agt. Am. S. S. Un., 1831; 
miss. A. B. H. M. S., 1832-33; agt. Mich, and Huron Inst., 
later K. C, 1832 and later; d. Lansing, Apr. 8, 1878. 

*George Leonard, b. Raynham, Mass., Aug. 17, 1802. B. U. 
1824; tut. Col. C. 1824-25; N. T. I. 1825-26; ord. Salem, Aug. 
23, 1826; p. Salem, 1826-29; Portland, Me., 1830-31; d. 
Worcester, Mass., Aug. 11, 1831. 

*Barnas Sears, b. Sandisfield, Mass., Nov. 19, 1802. B. U. 
1825; N. T. I. 1825-27; ord. 1st ch., Hartford, Conn., July 11, 
1827; p. Hartford, 1827-29; prof. Lang., H. L. T. I., 1829-33; 
Bib. Theol. 1833-36; prof. Christ. Theol., N. T. I., May 1836- 
48; pres. 1839-48; sec. Mass. Bd. Educ, 1848-55; pres. and 
prof. Mor. Phil., B. U., 1855-67; gen. agt. Peabody Educ. 
fimd, Staunton, Va., 1867-80; author, (with others) Classical 
Studies, 1843; The Ciceronian, 1844; The Life of Martin Luther, 
1850; many reports and addresses; ed. Noehden's German 
Grammar, 1842; Select Treatises of Luther, 1846; Christian 
Review; cont. to Biblioiheca Sacra and American Cyclopedia. 
d. Saratoga, N. Y., July 6, 1880. D. D., H. U., 1841; LL. D., 
Y. C, 1862. 

*Seth Spencer Whitman, b. Fairfield, Vt., Feb. 5, 1802. H. C. 



1829] STUDENTS 23 

1825. N. T. I. 1825-28; ord. Aug. 18, 1829; prof. H. L. T. I., 
1829-35; p. Belvidere, 111., 1836-46; Madison, Wis., 1851-52^ 
d. Madison, Jan. 2, 1852. 

4— *4 
1829 

*HERVEY FITTZ, b. Charlton, Mass., Nov. 22, 1799. A. C 
1826; N. T. I. 1826-29; ord. Waterville, Me., Oct. 7, 1829; p. 
Waterville, 1829-30; Hallowell, 1830-32; Middleboro, Mass., 
1832-36; Thompson, Conn., 1836-39; Marblehead, Mass., 
1839-41; Millbury, 1841-43; agt. Mass. Bapt. Conv., Apr, 
1843-78; d. Middleboro, June 10, 1878. 

* WILLI AM HAGUE, b. Pelham, N. Y., Jan. 4, 1808. H. C, 
1826; P. T. S. 1826-27; N. T. I. 1827-29; ord. Utica, N. Y., 
Oct. 20, 1829; p. 2d ch., Utica, 1829-30; prof. Lat. and Gr., G. 
C, Ky., 1830; p. 1st ch., Boston, Mass., Jan. 1831— June 1837; 
1st ch.. Providence, R. I., July 1837— Aug. 1840; Federal St. 
ch., Boston, Mass., vSept. 1840-48; ed. Watchman and Reflector, 
1846-50; p. Jamaica Plain, 1848-50; South ch., Newark, N. J., 
Apr. 1850-52; Pearl St. ch., Albany, N. Y., 1852— aut. 1857; 
Lexington and Madison Ave. chs., New York, 1858 — Aug. 1862; 
Charles St. ch., Boston, Mass., 1862-64; ShawmutAve.ch., Bos- 
ton, 1865-69; Univ. PI. ch., Chicago, 111., 1869-70; prof. Homil., 
B. U. T. S., 1869-70; p. Orange, N. J., 1870-74; trav. Europe, 
1874-76; p. Wollaston, Mass., 1877-87; author. Conversational 
Commentaries on the Gospel of Matthew, 1835; Eight Views of 
Baptism, 1836; Historical Discourse, Two Hundredth Anniver- 
sary of the Fist Baptist Church, Providence, R. I., 1839; Con- 
versational Commentaries on the Acts of the Apostles, 1845; 
Christianity and Statesmanship, 1855, 1865; Home Life, 1855; 
The Authority and Perpetuity of the Christian Sabbath, 1863; 
Life Notes, 1888; many smaller books, including memorial 
discourses and addresses; d. Boston, Aug. 1, 1887. D. D., B. 
U., 1849, H. U., 1863. 

*WILLIAM WHITE HALL, b. Methuen, Mass. B. U. 1825 ; 
N. T. I. 1826-29; ord. North Marshfield, Feb. 9, 1831; p. North 
Marshfield; Edgartown, 1836-40; s. Milford, N. K.; p.^Kenne- 
bunk. Me.; Barre, Mass.; Pittsburg, Pa.; Gloucester, Mass.; 
East Haverhill; Hardwick; Peterboro, N. H.; Hillsboro; 
Heath, Mass., and Rowe; miss. N. H., Mass., and Kans.; d. 
Patchogue, L. L, Nov. 28, 1884. 

*BENJAMIN CLIFFORD WADE, b. Providence, R. I. B. 
U. 1825; N. T. I. 1827-29; ord. Wobum, Dec. 10, 1829; p. 
Woburn, 1829-34; tea. Hartford, Conn., 1835-57; d. Hartford, 
July 12, 1857. 



24 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1830 

* Jonathan Aldrich, b. St. Johnsbury, Vt., Sept. 14 1799 

B. U. 1826; N. T. I. 1826-27; ord. West Dedham, Jan. 1828; 
p. West Dedham, 1828-30; Beverly, 1830-32; East Cambridge, 
1832-34; Worcester, 1834-37; Newburyport, 1838-40; Balti- 
more, Md.; Framingham, Mass., 1846-50; Middleboro, 1850- 
53;*dist. sec. A. B. M. U., 1853-62; d. Worcester, Mass.. Tan. 
17, 1862. -^ 

'' *Harvey Ball, b. Essex Co., near Scotch Plains, N. J., Oct. 7, 
1800. Col. C. 1826; N. T. I. 1826-27; act. p. South Boston, 
1827-28; ord. Hingham, Sept. 20, 1829; p. Hingham, 1828-30; 
prin. prep. dept. N. T. I., 1830-32; tea. S. R. A., 1832-33; prin. 

C. L. I., 1833-35; tea. Albion, N. Y., 1835-36; Clyde High Sch., 
Wayne Co., 1837-38; fern, sch., Paris, Tenn., 1838-39; Cent. 
A., Rutherford Co., 1840-43; Owensboro, Ky.; Henderson High 
Sch., 1844-46; Paducah Fern. S., McCracken Co., 1846-50; 
Covington, prep. dept. Theol. I., 1850-51; Brov/nsville Fern. 
Inst., Haywood Co., Tenn., 1851-54; Paris Fem. S., 1855; 
tea. Haywood Co., 1856-59; Mayfield, 1860-61; Paducah; 
Henderson, 1862-65; p. and s. for brief periods; w.c. Albion, 
N. Y., 1866-88; d. Albion, June 18, 1888. 

*CaIv£n Newton, b. Southboro, Mass., Nov. 25, 1800. B U '> 
U. C. 1826; N. T. I 1826-28; ord. Bellingham, Oct. 22, 1828; 
p. Bellingham, 1828-31; prof. Rhet. and Heb. Lang., W. C. 
1831-38; prof. Theol. I., Thomaston, Me., 1838-41; p. Grafton, 
Mass., 1841-44; phys. Worcester; d. Worcester, Aug. 9, 1853. 



*John Woodbtiry, b. Beverly, Mass., 1803. N. T. I. 1826-29; 
A. C. 1825; A. T. S. 1827-29; N. T. I. 1829-30; ord. Boston, 
p. Northboro, 1829-31; Mason Village, N. H., 1831-34; Swanzey 
1834-37; South Lyndeboro, 1837-38; Troy, 1839-44; Temple- 
ton, Mass., 1844-47; w. c. Lynn, 1857; d. Hastings, Minn., Auff. 
27, 1858. ^ 

8— *8 
1830 

*JEREMIAH H^.LL, b. Swanzey, N. H., 1805. Bratt'eboro 
A.; N.T. I. 1827-30; ord. Feb 3, 1831; p. Fairfax, Vt., West- 
ford; Bennington; Kalamazoo, Mich., 1835-43; Akron, O., 
1843-45; prin. Norwalk Inst., O.; p. Granville, 1851-53; pres. 
D. U. 1853-63; p. Shell Rock, la.; d. Port Huron, Mich., May 
30, 1881. D. D. 

*JOSIAH SPRY LAV/, b. Sunbury, Ga., Feb. 5, 1808. N. 
T. I. 1827-30; ord. Dec. 1830; p. Sunbury, Jan. 1831— Oct. 
1832; Macon, Oct. 1832— spg. 1833; Sunbury, spg. 1833-35; 
Savannah, 1835-36; Sunbury, 1836-40; North Newport, 1840 
— ?; South Newport; d. Oct. 5, 1853. 



IVOTE: The second line under the 
name of John Woodbury on page 
24 is really the second line of 
the record of John Taylor Jones 
on page 25, and should be so 
read. 



1831] STUDENTS 25 

*APPLETON MORSE, b. 1805. B. U.; N. T. I. 1827-30; 
ord. Westminster, Oct. 20, 1830; p. Princeton, 1830-33; Fitch- 
burg, 1833-35, 1837-38; s. West Cambridge, 1835-37; d. Fitch- 
burg, Oct. 24, 1838. 

*FREDERICK AUGUSTUS WILLARD, b. Lancaster, 

Mass., Mar. 4, 1807. A. C. 1826; N. T. I. 1827-30; lect. on 
Chem., Vt. Med. Sch. and W. C, 1830-31 ; ord. Worcester, Mass. 
Jan. 17, 1832; p. Worcester, 1832-35; Newton Centre, 1835-39 
Louisville, Ky., 1839-43; South Danvers, Mass., 1851-54 
South Abington, 1854-56; Needham, 1856-65; d. Philadelphia, 
Pa., Mar. 17, 1866. 

*EIijah Baker, b. Fisherville, now Penacook, N. H. W. C. 
1826-27; N. T. I. 1827-30; d. Newbury, N. H. 

*Joseph Freeman, b, Colerain, Mass., Sept. 1, 1802. Beth. C; 
N. T. I. 1827-28; ord. Ludlow, Vt., June 11, 1826; p. Ludlow; 
Concord, N. H., 1831-32; Cavendish, Vt., 1832-36; Saxton's 
River, 1836-40; Newport, N. H., 1843-46; New 'Hampton, 
1846; Cavendish, Vt., 1850-51; Ballston Spa. N. Y., 1852-54; 
Vergennes, Vt., 1869-70; San Francisco, Cal., 1872-74; New- 
port, Vt., and Whiting, 1884; s. North Elba, N. Y., sum. 
1886; p. Colchester, Vt., Jan.— Oct. 1887; Charlotte, Oct. 
1887— Oct. 1888; Shaftsbury, 5 mos. in 1890; Addison, 1891- 
92; d. Proctorsville, Nov. 4, 1894. D. D., M. U., 1868. 

*John Taylor Jones, b. New Ipswich, N. H., July 16, 1802. 
July 28, 1830; miss. A. B. M. U., Burma and Siam, 1830-51; d. 
Bangkok, Siam, Sept. 13, 1851. D. D. 

^Francis Mason, b. York, Eng., Apr. 2, 1799. N. T. L 1827- 
30; ord. Boston, May 23, 1830; miss. A. B. M. U., Burma, 
1830-74; author. The Karen Apostle, (ed. by H. J. Ripley) 1843; 
Synopsis of Grammar of Karen Language, 1846; Burmah, its 
People and Natural Productions, 1860; The Story of a Working 
Man's Life, 1870; trans. Bible into Sgau Karen, 1853; d. 
Rangoon, Mar. 3, 1874. A. M., W. C, 1832; D. D., B. U., 1853. 

8— *8 
I83I 

*HIRAM GEAR, b. Middletown, Conn., May 6, 1804. N. T. 
I. 1828-31; ord. Canton, Apr. 11, 1832; p. Canton, 1831-32; 
miss, in O., 1832-43; d. Marietta, Feb. 20, 1843. 

*BYREM LAWRENCE, b. Monkton, Vt., July 2, 1802. 
U. V. M. 1827; N. T. I. 1828-31; ord. Roxbury, Mar. 20, 1832; 
p. Indianapolis, Ind.; tea. Wilmington and Rising Sun; d. 
Brazil, Oct. 13, 1854. 



26 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1831 

*THOMAS SIMONS, b. Wales, July 15, 1801. N. T. I. 
1828-31; ord. Augusta, Ga., Dec. 18, 1831; miss. A. B. M. U., 
Burma, 1832-76; d. Prome, Burma, Feb. 19, 1876. 

*TIMOTHY CHEEVER TINGLEY, b. Cumberland, R. I., 
July, 4, 1804. B. U.; N. T. I. 1828-31; ord. Foxboro, July 14, 
1831; p. Foxboro, 1831-37; Boston, 1837-38; West Cambridge, 
1838-45; Canton, 1845-48; Sheldon ville, 1848-51; West 
Boylston, 1851-54; Holden, 1854-57; Scituate, 1857-63; 
Somerset, 1863-69; Coventry, R. I., 1869-76; Raynham, Mass., 
1877-83; d. Raynham, Apr. 2, 1883. 

*JoeI Smith Bacon, b. Cayuga Co., N. Y., Sept. 3, 1802. H. C. 
1826; tea. Amelia Co., Va., 1 yr. ; prin. class, sch., Princeton, 
N. J.; N. T. I. 1829-30; pres. G. C. 1830-33; prof. Mor. and 
Ment. Phil., H. L. T. I., 1833-37; p. Lynn, Mass., 1837-39; pres. 
Col. C, 1843-54; agt. A. F. B. Soc, 1866-69; d. Richmond, Va., 
Nov. 9, 1869. D. D., H. C, 1845. 

*Timothy Robinson Cressy, b. Pomfret, Conn., Sept. 18, 1800. 
A. C. 1828; N. T. I. 1828-30; ord. Hingham, June 5, 1830; p. 
Hingham, 1830-34; South Boston, 1834-35; Columbus, O., 
1835-42; Cincinnati, 1842-44; agt. A. F. B. Soc, 1844-46; p. 
Indianapolis, Ind., 1846-52; St. Paul, Minn., 1852-54; miss. 
A. B. H. M. Soc, Minn.; p. Hastings, 1859-61; chapl.U. S. 
Army, 1861-63; p. Kendallville, Ind., 1864-66; Plainfield, 111., 
1866-67; Olney, 1867-68; Indianola, la., 1868-70; d. Des 
Moines, Aug. 30, 1870. 

*John Pratt, b. Thompson, Conn., Oct. 12, 1800. B. U. 1827; 
N. T. I. 20 mos. in 1827-31; tut. Lang., T. U., 1828-29; ord. 
New Haven, Conn., May 12, 1830; p. New Haven, 1829-30; 
prin. S. R. A. 1830-31; pres. Gr. C. 1831-37; prof, theol. 1835- 
37, prof. Lat. and Gr. 1837-59; far. Granville, O., 1859-82; d. 
Granville, Jan. 4, 1882. D. D., D. U., 1878. 

*John Pryor, b. Halifax, N. S., July 7, 1805. K. C. 1824; 
Christ Ch. C, Oxford; N. T. I. 1828-30; ord. Providence, R. I., 
May 16, 1830; prin. Hort. A., Wolfville, N. S., 1830-39; prof. 
Class, and Nat. Phil., Ac. C, 1838-47; pres. and prof. Theol., 
1847-50; assoc p. Wolfville, N. S., 1831-50; p. Cambridge, 
Mass., 1850-62; prof. Belles Lettres, Ac. C, 1862-63; p. Gran- 
ville St. ch., Halifax, N. S., 1863-67; res. East Cambridge, 
Mass., 1868-81; s. Randolph, 1868-69; Lexington, 1869-80; 
w. c Halifax, N. S., 1881-92; d. Halifax, Aug. 16, 1892. D. D. 
Ac. C, 1848. 



1832] STUDENTS 2.7 

♦George Kalloch, b. Warren, Me., Jan. 1, 1799. W. C; N. 
T. I. 1830-31; ord. Chester, N. H., Sept. 10, 1829; miss. A. B, 
M. U., Pottawatomie Indians, 1831; d. Charlestown, Mass., 
Nov. 16, 1831. 

9— *9 
1832 

*DAVID C BOLLES, b. Brooklyn, Conn., Feb. 2, 1793. 
N. T. I. 1829-32; ord.; p. Southbridge, Mass., 1833-35; Gran- 
ville, O.; Athens; Jackson; d. Jackson, Apr. 20, 1840. 

*HENRY CARR, b. Moorfields, Va. U. C. 1829; N. T. I. 
1829-32; ord. Newton, Sept. 20, 1832; p. Granville, O.; Akron; 
sec. Ohio Educ. Soc. ; agt. Gr. C. ; d. Granville, July 29, 1864. 

♦STEPHEN PRESCOTT HILL, b. Salem, Mass., Apr. 17, 
1806. B. U. 1829; N. T. I. 1829-32; ord. Haverhill, Oct. 2, 
1832; p. 1st ch., Haverhill, 1832-34; 1st ch., Baltimore, Md., 
1834-51; 1st ch., Washington, D. C, 1851-61; d. Washington, 
Sept. 15, 1884. D. D., M. U., 1857. 

*JOHN SHARP MAGINNIS, b. Butler Co., Pa., June 13, 
1805. W. C; B. U.; N. T. I. 1829-32; ord. Portland, Me., 
Oct. 1832; p. 1st ch., Portland, 1832-37; Pine St. ch.. Provi- 
dence, R. I., 1837; prof. Bib. Theol., H. L. T. I., 1838-50; Bib. 
and Past. Theol., R. T. S., 1850-52; Intel, and Mor. Phil., U. R. 
1850-52; d. Rochester, N. Y., Oct. 15, 1852. D. D., B. U.,. 
1844. 

*ARCHAR BENJAMIN SMITH, b. Georgetown, S. C, May 
15, 1807. B. U. 1828; N. T. I. 1828-29; 1830-32; ord Newton, 
Sept. 20, 1832; miss. St. Louis, Mo., 1833; p. Lynchburg, Va., 
1834-41; agt. gen. Assoc, Va.; p. Richmond; Hanover, Co.; 
Goochland Co.; Auburn Mills, Hanover, Co.; d. Quietude, Han- 
over Co., Dec. 5, 1877. 



♦William Heath, b. Newport, N. H., Mar. 9, 1797. D. C. 
1826; tut. Col. C. 1826-27; N. T. I. 1829-31; ord. South 
Reading, now Wakefield, July 1, 1835; prin. S. R. A., 1834—?; 
prof. N. H. L. T. I.; p. North Reading, 1837-41; Shelbume 
Falls, 1842-44; in bus., andocc. s.; d. Wakefield, Jan. 17, 1869. 



♦Nathan Brown, b. New Ipswich, N. H., June 22, 1807. Wms. 
C. 1827; tea. 1827-31; N. T. I. 1831-32; ord. Rutland, Vt., 
Apr. 15, 1832; miss. A. B. M. U., Burma and Assam, 1832-59; 
ed. work and agt. Free Miss. Soc. ; miss. A. B. M. U., Japan, 1872- 
86; author, "The Missionary's Call," and many other hymns 
in English, Burmese, Assamese, and Japanese; trans. New 



28 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1833 

Testament into Assamese, 1848; into Japanese, 1879; d- 
Yokohama, Jan. 1, 1886. D. D., Wms. C, 1854. 

7— *7 
1833 

'-i^MARK CARPENTER, b. Guilford, Vt., Sept. 23, 1802. 
A. C; U. C. 1829; N. T. I. 1830-33; ord. Milford, N. H., Feb. 

12, 1834; p. Milford, 1834-39; Keene, 1839-44; New London, 
1844-50; Holyoke, Mass., 1851-61; Brattleboro, Vt., 1861-67; 
West Dummerston, 1867-69; South Windham, 1869-74; w. c. 
Townshend, 1874-82; d. Townshend, Nov. 13, 1882. 

*ASAHEL CHAPIN, b. West Springfield Mass., July 20, 
1804. A. C. 1829; N. T. I. 1830-33; ord. Ashtabula, O., Feb. 

13, 1834; p. Ashtabula, 1834-35; Buffalo, N. Y., 1836-37; 
Jamestown, 1837-43; Tariffville, Conn., 1846-47; 2d ch.. West 
Springfield, Mass., 1847-49; 2d ch., Holyoke, 1849-52; Galena, 
111., 1852-56; Vinton, la., 1856-63; Dubuque, July 1863-70; 
w. c. Sterling, Kans., 1872-79; Reno Co.; d. Freeport, 111., 
Oct. 3, 1892. 

*JOHN B. COOK, b. Newark, N. J., Dec. 18, 1804. N. T. I. 
1830-33; ord. Northfield, N. J., 1836; p. Cincinnati, O. ; Coving- 
ton, Ky. ; Middletown, Conn.; w. c. Brooklyn, N. Y., for many 
yrs. ; d. Brooklyn.'pct. 1888. 

*DAVID W. ELMORE, b. Nassau, N. Y., Sept. 18, 1800. 
U. C. 1823; N. T. I. 1830-33; ord. Sand Lake, N. Y., Feb. 3, 
1829; p. Sand Lake, 1829—?; d. Fayville, 111., 1855. 

*BENJAMIN HERBERT HATHORNE, b. Salem, Mass., 
1810. B. U. 1830; N. T. I. 1830-33; ord. Harvard, Dec. 11, 
1833; p. Harvard; d. Lynn, Sept. 1837. 

*NATHANIEL HERVEY, b. Newburyport, Mass., 1808. 
S. R. A.; N. T. I. 1830-33; ord. Sept. 1833; p. Meriden, Conn.; 
Marblehead, Mass., 1836; East Cambridge 1837-40; Andover, 
1840-41; Jamaica Plain, 1841-42; Westboro, 1852-53; d. 
Worcester, Dec. 11, 1856. 

*JOSEPH HODGES, b. Norton, Mass., May 19, 1806. W. C. 
1830; N. T. I. 1830-33; ord. Weston, 1835; p. Weston, 1835-40; 
Amherst, 1840-41; Colerain, 1841-43; Three Rivers, in Palmer, 
1843-47; East Brookfield, 1847-52; North Oxford, 1852-55; agt. 
A. F. B. Soc, 1855-61; d. Cambridge, Mass., Aug. 23, 1863. 

*JOHN HOLBROOK, b. Canton, Mass., 1799. S. R. A.; 
N. T. I. 1830-33; ord. Wethersfield, Conn., Feb. 1834; p. 
Belchertown, Mass.; Scituate; Brentwood, N. H., 1839-40; 
North Reading, Mass., 1842-43; Norton, 1846-48; Middleboro, 
and other churches; d. Somerville, Aug. 13, 1879. 



1833] STUDENTS 29 

*ROLLIN HEBER NEALE, b. Southington, Conn., Feb. 23, 

1808. Ord. Washington, D. C, May 24, 1827; Col. C. 1829; 
N. T. I. 1830-33; p. South Boston, 1832-34; 1st ch., New Haven, 
Conn., 1834-37; 1st ch., Boston, Mass., 1837-79; author, Ad- 
dress on the Two Hundredth Anniversary of the First Baptist 
Church in Boston, 1865; Pastor and Preacher, a Memorial of 
Baron Stow, 1870; several short volumes, and many articles 
in rel. press.; d. Boston, Sept. 18, 1879. D. D., B. U., 1850, 
H. U. 1857. 

^SAMUEL BUDD SWAIM, b. Pemberton, N. J., June 22, 

1809. Col. C; B. U. 1830; N. T. I. 1830-33; ord. Haverhill, 
Nov. 7, 1833; pr. New Eng. and N. Y., 1833-38; prof. Mor. 
Phil, and Theol., Granville Lit. and Theol. I., 1835-36; s. 1st 
ch., Worcester, Mass., 1838-39; p. Mar. 1839— May 1854; West 
Cambridge, 1854-62; New Eng. Sec. A. B. H. M. S., 1862; 
pr. Lexington, Mass., 1864; compiled Sacred Melodies, 1843; 
author. The Out Door Preacher, 1860; Harmony Questions on 
the Four Gospels, 1867; d. Cambridge, Feb. 3, 1865. D. D., 
B. U., 1857. 

*ISAAC MASON WILLMARTH, b. Deerfield, N. Y., Dec. 
27, 1804; H. C. 1825; prin. sch. for boys, Utica, and tea. 
CazenoviaS., 1825-30; N. T. I. 1830-34; ord. New York, N. Y., 
Apr. 30, 1834; miss. A. B. M. U., France, 1834-37; p. Peter- 
boro, N. H., 1838-40; New Ipswich, 1840-42; Drewsville, 
Walpole, 1842-46; Grafton, Vt., 1846-48; prin. A., Saxton's 
River, 1849-50; Winchendon, Mass., 1850-53; Fowler Inst., 
Newark, 111., 1858-61; Metamora A. 1861-63; p. Pondville, 
Vt., 1864-67; Rowe, Mass., 1867-70; prin. A. Pemberton, N. 
J., 1870-71; tea. priv. Lad. Sch., Mt. Holly, N. J., 1871-78; w. 
c. Philadelphia, Pa.; d. Philadelphia, Apr. 23, 1891. 



*Frederic W. Miles, b. Mangerville, N. B., 1805. K. C. 1823; 
ord. St. John, N. B., 1829; p. St. John; N. T. I. 1830-32; p. and 
prin. S., Fredericton, N. B., 1833-42; d. Fredericton, Feb. 2, 
1842. 

*ErasttJs Willard, b. Lancaster, Mass., July 4, 1800. W. C. 
1829; N. T. I. 1830-32; ord. Grafton, Vt., Oct. 30, 1833; p. 
Grafton, 1833-34; miss. A. B. M. U., France, 1835-56; to the 
Ottawa Indians, Kans., 1857-59; p. South Hampton, N. H., 
1863-64; Istch., Salem, N. Y., 1865-71; d. Newport, R. I., Dec. 
29, 1871. 



*CaIvin "Wright, b. Ashby, Mass., 1804. N. T. I. 1830-31; 
went South in ill health; d. Augusta, Ga., Jan. 22, 1832. 

14— *14 



30 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1834 

1834 

*EBER CRANE, b. Killingworth, Conn., May 3, 1808. S. R. 
A. and N. T. I. prep, dept.; N. T. I. 1831-34; ord. Amesbury, 
Sept. 30, 1834; p. Amesbury, 1834-35; Akron, O., and Middle- 
bury, 1836-37; McConnellsville ; Brookfield, 1842; Marietta; 
Garrettsville ; miss. Mt. Pleasant, la.; d. Mt. Pleasant, Apr. 4, 
1884. 

*WILLIAM GOSS CROCKER, b. Newburyport, Mass., Feb. 
10,1805. N.T.I. 1831-34; ord. Newburyport, Sept. 25, 1834; 
miss. A. B. M. U., West Africa, 1834-44; d. Monrovia, Feb. 23, 
1844. 

^ELIJAH HUTCHINSON, b. Marion, N. Y., June 7, 1810. 
N. H. L. T. I.; N. T. I. 1831-34; ord. Windsor, Vt., Nov. 5, 
1834; p. Windsor, 1834-61; d. Windsor, Apr. 5, 1872. 

*JOHN JENNINGS, b. Danbury, Conn., Dec. 8, 1808. N. T. 
I. 1831-34; ord. Beverly, Sept. 10, 1834; p. Beverly, 1834-36; 
Grafton, 1836-42; Worcester, 1842-49; Fitchburg, 1851- 
55; agt. A. T. Soc, 1855-59; p. Woonsocket, R. I., 1859- 
62; Westfield, Mass., 1862-69; w. c. Aubumdale, 1869-71 ;d. 
Aubumdale, May 26, 1871. 

*THOMAS OLIVER LINCOLN, b. Boston, Mass., May 4, 
1808. Y. C. 1828; N. T. I. 1831-34; ord. Kennebunk, Me., Dec. 
10, 1834; p. Kennebunk; Portland; Philadelphia, Pa.; Mt. 
Holly, N. J.; Manchester, N. H., 1846-49; Utica, N. Y.; El- 
mira; Williamsport, Pa.; Roadstown, N. J.; d. Bridgeton, N. J., 
Jan. 20, 1877. 

*RUFUS ALLEN LOCKWOOD, b. Stamford, Conn., Nov. 
13, 1804. Y. C. 1831; N. T. I. 1831-34; not ord.; miss, in 
Ala. ; d. Tenn., May 25, 1830. 

*JOSEPH TINSLEY MASSEY, b. Spottsylvania, Va., 
June 4, 1808. S. R. A. ; N. T. I. 1831-34; ord. Bellingham, Sept. 
10, 1834; p. Bellingham, 1834— Feb. 1840; miss, and p. 
Lynchburg, Va., 1840-41; p. Ketockton and miss. Va., 1841-47; 
p. I Bellingham, Mass., 1847-80; held several town off.; p. 
Mount Shiloh, Va., 1880-86; Ash Lawn, 1886-91; d. Ash Lawn, 
Feb. 19, 1891. 

* WILLI AM FRANCIS NELSON, b. Sing Sing, N. Y., 
March 29, 1808. A. C. 1829; N. T. I. 1829-34; ord. Boston, 
Nov. 9, 1834; prof. R. C. 1834-38; prof. West. Bapt. Theol. I., 
Covington, Ky., 1842-46; p. St. Louis, Mo.; Cape Girardeau; 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y.; Greenfield, Mass., 1852-55; Wickford, 
R. I., 1855-58; Jacksonville, 111.; hosp. chapl. U. S. Army, 



1834] STUDENTS 31 

1861-65; elk. P. O. Dept., Washington, D. C, 1865-75; d. 
Washington, Mar. 15, 1875. 

*JEDIDIAH W. SARGENT, b. Methuen, Mass., May 3. 
1805. S. R. A.; N. T. I. 1831-34; ord. Jan. 1835; p. Billerica, 
1835-37; Freeport, Me., 1837-39; d. New England Village, 
Grafton, Mass., May 21, 1848. 

* WILLIAM G. TRASK, b. Plymouth, Mass., June 14, 1808. 
S. R. A.; N. T. I. prep, dept.; N. T. I. 1831-34; ord. Taunton, 
Aug. 27, 1834; p. Taunton, 1834-36; d. Taunton, Oct. 10, 1836. 



*John Alden, b. Ashfield, Mass., Jan. 10, 1806. A. C. 1831; 
N. T. I. 1831-33; ord. Shelburne Falls, Oct. 10, 1833; p. Shel- 
bume Falls, Apr. 1833-40; North Adams, Apr. 1840-46; 
Fayville, 1846-48; Westfield, 1848-53; Windsor, Vt., 1853-55; 
agt. A. B. M. U., 1855-56; A. F. B. Soc., 1856-66; R. I. State 
Conv., 1866-68; author. History of Westfield; Centennial 
Poem of the town of Ashfield; many poems and addresses; 
w. c. Providence, R. I., 1868-94; d. Providence, Mar. 13, 1894. 

*Lttd«s Stillman BoIIes, b. Salem, Mass., July 6, 1808. B. U. 
1828; M. D., H. U., 1831; N. T. I. 1831-33; ord. Lynn, Nov. 20, 
1833; p. Lynn, 1833-36; d. Boston, July 24, 1837. 

* James Osgood, b. Methuen, Mass., Feb. 12, 1800. D. C; 
N. T. I. 1831-33; health failed; stud, med.; res. Boston; New 
York, N. Y. ; Galena, 111. ; De Soto, Wis. ; d. De Soto, Mar. 14, 
1859. 

*Dara D. Pratt, b. Marlboro, Vt., July 13, 1806. S.R. A.; 
N. T. I. 1831-32; ord. Nashua, N. H., Jan. 23, 1833; p. Nashua, 
1833-55; d. Nashua, Nov. 13, 1855. 

*George W. Read, b. Salem, Mass., Oct. 12,1810. H. U.; 
N. T. I. 1831-34; not ord.; tea Friends Sch., Providence, R. I., 
1834-36; Salem, Mass., Soc. of Friends, 1836-67; d. Salem, 1867. 

* Joseph Smith, b. Hampstead, N. H., Jan. 31, 1808. N. H. 
L. T. I.; N. T. I. 1831-33; ord. Sept. 27, 1837; p. Woon- 
socket, R. I., 1837-41; Newport, 1841-50; Grafton, Mass., 1851- 
57; w. c. Worcester, 1857-60; p. North Oxford, 1861-66; d. 
North Oxford, Apr. 26, 1866. 

*Abner Webb, b. Floyd, N. Y., Feb. 29, 1804. H. L. T. I. 
4yrs.; N. T. I. 1831-32; ord. Watertown, N. Y., about Sept. 1, 
1832; miss. A. B. M. U., Rangoon, Burma, 1832-35; Ava, 
1835-38; p. Belleville, N. Y., 1839-41; Washington, D. C, 
1841-43; tea. Watertown, N. Y., 1847-48; s. Bloomingdale, 
Mich., 1860-63; w. c. East Oakland, Cal., 1880-91; d. East 
Oakland, Feb. 12, 1891. 17— *17 



32 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1835 

1835 

*JOSEPH BANVARD, b. New York, N. Y., May 9, 1810. 
S. R. A.; N. T. I. 1831-35; ord. Salem, Aug. 26, 1835; p. Cent, 
ch., Salem, 1835-45; Harvard St. ch., Boston, Mar. 1846— Sept. 
1851; West Cambridge, Sept. 1851— Sept. 1853; Cannon St., 
New York, N. Y., Sept. 1853— Sept. 1856; Pawtucket, 
R. I., Sept. 1856-61; 3d ch. Worcester, Mass., Sept. 
1861— Sept. 1866; Paterson, N. J., Sept. 1866— Sept. 1875; 
Neponset Ave. ch., Boston, Mass., Sept. 1875 — Sept. 1883; 
Independence, Mo., Sept. 1884-86; author, Priscilla, or Trials 
for Truth; eight volumes on nat. hist. ; five volumes on Am. 
hist.; two hymn books; S. S. question books; many press 
articles; d. Neponset, Mass., Sept. 28, 1887. D. D. 

*SAMUEL WHITE CLARK, b. Berlin, Conn., Jan. 25,1810. 
A. C. 1825-28; Y. C. 1831; tea. Tolland, Conn., 1831-32; N. T. 
I. 1832-35; ord. Newington, Conn., 1836; tea. Wyoming, N. Y., 
1835-38; tea. and pr. near Montgomery, Ala., 1840; tea. 
Franklin Mills, now Kent, O., 1841-44?; priv. tut. in Kent and 
vie. 1844-?; s. atmany chs.; res. Kent, 1840-83?; Coffeyville, 
Kans., 1883-1901; d. Coffeyville, Aug. 23, 1901. 

*LEWIS COLBY, b. Bowdoinham, Me., Aug. 19, 1808. H. 
U. 1832; N. T. I. 1832-35; ord. Cambridgeport, Mass., Sept. 20, 
1835; prof, theol. dept., S. C, 1836-38; p. South Berwick, Me., 
1838— Feb. 1842; Free St. ch., Portland, Me., Feb. 1842— May 
1844; Bapt. bookstore. New York, N. Y., 1844-58; w. c. Cam- 
bridge, Mass., 1858-65 ; agt. for Freedmen and for Benedict Inst., 
Columbia, S. C, 1865-75; prin. Benedict Inst., 1876-78; d. Cam- 
bridge, Mass., Jan. 6, 1888. 

*JOSEPH WARREN EATON, b. Boston, Mass., July 20, 
1811. H. U. 1832; N. T. I. 1832-35; ord Lowell, Feb. 24, 
1836; p. Lowell, 1836— Feb. 1837; s. Brooklyn, N. Y.; p. 
Bridgeport, Conn., July 1837— aut. 1840; Springfield, Mass., 
aut. 1840— spg. 1843; Danversport, spg. 1843— Apr. 1851; 
Keeseville, N. Y., Apr. 1851 — June 1855; pr. Iowa and the 
West, 1855-58; agt. A. B. M. U., Chicago, 111., aut. 1858— spg. 
1862; w. c. Cambridgeport, Mass., 1862-69; d. Cambridgeport, 
Nov. 30, 1869. 

*ALVAN FELCH, b. Limerick, Me., Mar. 28, 1806. Limer- 
ick A.; N. T. I. 1832-35; ord. New Gloucester, Me., Mar. 1836; 
p. New Gloucester, 1836-43; Thomaston, 1844-46; Bowdoin- 
ham, 1847-54; Hallowell, 1854-61; d. Hallowell, July 29, 1861. 

*JOHN BAYLEY HAGUE, b. New Rochelle, N. Y., Nov. 
13, 1812. H. C. 1832; N. T. I. 1832-35; ord. Eastport, Me. 



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Sept. 20, 1835; p. Eastport, 1835-44; tea. Jamaica Plain, Mass., 
1844-47; Newton Centre, 1847-50; Hudson, N. Y., 1851-70; 
Hackensack, N. J., 1870-98; author. Hymns for Social and 
Private Worship, 1842; A Translation of the Odes and Epodes of 
Horace, 1892; d. Hackensack, Nov. 17, 1898. Ph. D., H. C, 
1887. 

*RUSSELL JENNINGS, b. Weston, now Easton, Conn., 
Feb 22 1800. H. L. T. I. 1825-27; ord. 1827; miss. Conn.; 
p. Saybrook, 1829-31; 1st ch., Meriden, 1831-32; N. T. I. 1832- 
35; p. Waterbury, Conn., 1830-39; Norwich, 1839-40; Deep 
River, 1840-43; in bus. Deep River, 1843-88; d. Deep River, 
Mar. 8, 1888. 

*CHARLES JOHNSON, b. Canton, Mass., May 27, 1806. 
N. T. I. 1832-35; ord. Topsham, Me., May 27, 1835; p. Tops- 
ham, 1835-36; d. Topsham, Feb. 29, 1836. 

*JOSHUA MILLET, b. Leeds, Me., Jan. 26, 1803. W. C; 
N T I. 1832-35; ord. Charleston, Me., Jan. 6, 1836; p. Charles- 
ton, 1836-38; Cherryfield, 1838-43; Wayne, 1843-48; d. Wayne, 
Mar. 10, 1848. 

-JOHN GEORGE NAYLOR, b. Spalding, Eng., 1800. N. 
T. I. 1832-35; ord. Portsmouth, N. H., Aug. 17, 1836; p. Ports- 
mouth, 1836— Aug. 1839; 3d ch., Lowell, Mass.; d. New York, 
N. Y., Nov. 7, 1848. 

*DAVID NEWTON SHELDON, b. Suffield, Conn., June 26, 
1807. Wms. C. 1830; N. T. I. 1832-35; ord. 1835; miss. A. B. 
M. U., France, 1835-39; p. Halifax, N. S., 1839-41; Water- 
ville. Me., 1842-43; pres. W. C. 1843-52; p. Elm St. ch., Bath, 
Me., 1852-55; Unit, ch.. Water ville; w. c. Water ville; d. Water- 
ville, Oct. 4, 1889. D. D., B. U., 1847. 

*FRANCIS FRELINGHUYSEN SIEG, b. Baltimore, Md., 
Mar. 15, 1806. T. U. 1832; N. T. I. 1832-35; ord. Cheneyville, 
La., 1835; tea. and pr. in La., S. C, Ky., Miss., and Ga.; 
Americus, Ga., 1849-56; w. c. Americus, 1856-89; d. Americus, 
July 21, 1889. 

*CORNELIUS ARNOLD THOMAS, b. Braintree, Mass., 
Aug. 25, 1800. W. C. 1832; N. T. I. 1832-35; ord. Brandon, 
Vt., Oct. 7, 1835; p. Brandon, 1835-75; w. c. Brandon; d. 
Brandon, Mar. 6, 1889. D. D., Mid. C, 1854. 



*James Bishop, b. Pawtucket, R. I., Dec. 19, 1790. B. U. 
1827; N. T. I. 1832-34; not ord.; far. Pawtucket, R. I.; d. 
Pawtucket, Aug. 23, 1880. 



34 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1836 

*Harrison W. Strong, b. Onondaga, N. Y., Oct. 9, 1807. 
N. T. I. 1831-32, 1833-34; ord. Wilton, N. H., June 22, 1834; p. 
Wilton, 1834-35; Canaan, 1836-37; Sutton, 1837-38; Lee, 1841- 
42; Bradford, 1842-43; New Ipswich, 1843-45; d. Norway, Me., 
July 13, 1855. - 15— *15 

1836 

*WATERMAN BURLINGAME, b. Pitcher, N. Y., 1805. 
H. L. T. I. 1831-33; N. T. I. 1833-36; ord. Hingham, Sept. 29, 
1836; p. Hingham, 1836-39; Mendon, N. Y., 4 yrs.; Buffalo, 
4yrs.; d. Baltimore, Md., Feb. 11, 1868. 

*ORIGEN CRANE, b. Mansfield, Conn., July 26, 1804. 
N. T. I. 1833-36; ord. Newton Upper Falls, 1836; p. Newton 
Upper Falls, 1836-39; Weston, 1839-53; agt. A. F. B. Soc; s. 
New England Village and West Sutton, 1856-59; d. New Eng- 
land Village, Grafton, Apr. 20, 1860. 

*TIMOTHY GILES FREEMAN, b. Morristown, N. J., July 
4, 1810. N. T. I. 1833-36; ord. Newport, R. I., Feb. 1837; p. 
Newport, 1837-38; Dedham, Mass., 1839-?; Hudson, N. Y. 
1842-?; Southbridge, Mass., 1845-?; Natchez, Miss., 1847-? 
Lafayette, Ala. ; Camden, Ark., 1858-64; w. c. New York, N. Y. 
d. New York, 1877. 

*LEVI HALL, b. Stafford, Conn., 1805. N. T. I. 1833-36; 
miss. A. B. M. U., Aracan, India, 1836-37; d. Kyouk Phyoo, 
July 9, 1837. 

* WILLI AM HOWE, b. Worcester, Mass., May 25, 1806. W. 
C. 1833; N. T. I. 1833-36; ord. Boston, Feb. 23, 1840; miss. 
Bost. Bapt. S. S. Un., Boston, Sept. 1836— Mar. 1845; p. 
Un. ch., Boston, Mar. 1845-59; Broadway cong. and ch., Cam- 
bridge, Mar. 1863— July, 1870; w. c. Cambridge, 1870-1906; 
d. Cambridge, Nov. 28, 1906. D. D. C. U., 1885. 

* WILLI AM BELA JACOBS, b. Thompson, Conn., Jan. 9, 
1808. B. U. 1833; N. T. I. 1833-36; ord. Newburyport, Oct. 
27, 1836; p. Newburyport, Oct. 1836— Oct. 1839; Hyannis, Oct. 
1839— Oct. 1844; Claremont, N. H., Oct. 1844— Oct. 1847; 
North Yarmouth, Me., Oct. 1847— Oct. 1849; ed. Christian 
Chronicle, Philadelphia, Pa., 1849 — Aug. 1861; Christian Press, 
New York, N. Y., 1861-64; Christian Review, Dec. 1865— Dec. 
1868; cor. for Bapt. papers, 1868-83; w. c. Brooklyn, N. Y.; d. 
Brooklyn, Aug. 22, 1895. 

*LOOMIS GEORGE LEONARD, b. Monson, Mass., Jan. 6, 
1810. S. R. A.; N. T. I. prep, dept.; N. T. I. 1833-36; ord. 
Webster, Sept. 7, 1836; p. Webster, 1836-43; Thompson, Conn., 



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1843-45; New London, 1845-48; Zanesville, O., 1848-55; 
Marietta, 1855-G3; Lebanon, 1863-71; Bucyrus, 1871-81; w. c. 
Bucyrus; d. Bucyrus, Feb. 2, 1892. D. D. 

*WASHINGTON LEVERETT,b. Brookline, Ma^,s., Dec. 19, 
1805. B. U. 1832; tut. Col. C. 1832-33; B. U. 1833-34; 
N. T. I. May 1834-3G; ord. Roxbury, Aug. 28, 183G; prof. 
Math, and Nat. Phil., S. C, 1836-68; lib., tr., cur., or trust., S. C. 
1868-82; d. Newport R. I., Dec. 9, 1882. LL. D., S. C, 1876. 

*JOSEPH WHITING PARKER, b. Cavendish, Vt., May 12, 
1805. A. C; U. C. 1831; N. T. I. 1833-36; ord. Cambridge, 
Dec. 11, 1836;. p. Cambridge, 1836-55; Sec. No. Bapt. Educ. 
Soc, 1855-61; fin. agt. N. T. I. 1851-52; p. Shawmut Ave. ch., 
Boston, Mass., 1861-66; agt. for Educ. Freedmen, 1866-68; p. 
Calvary, ch., Washington, D. C, 1869-75; E^ St.ch., 1876-79; 
MetropoUtan ch., 1879-82; w. c. Los. Angeles, Cal., 1882-87; d. 
Los Angeles, Nov. 9, 1887. D. D., B. U., 1852. 

*JABEZ WEAVER PARKHURST, formerly PARKIS, b. 
Killingly, Conn., Jan. 10, 1805. N. T. L 1833-36; ord. Tyngs- 
boro, Nov. 1836; p. Tyngsboro, 1836-43; West Dedham, 
1843-49; agt. A. B. H. M. Soc. 1859-62; in insur. bus., res. 
Newton Centre, Mass., 1802-71; d. Newton Centre, Mar. 19, 
1871. 

*CEPHAS PASCO, b. Stafford, Conn., May 4, 1804. N. T. I. 
1833-36; ord. Providence, R. I., Sept. 8, 1836; miss. A. B. M. 
U., Greece, 1836-39; p. Rowley, Mass., 1851-58; North Egre- 
mont, 10 yrs.; West Bridgewater, now Cochesett; d. West 
Bridge water, June 3, 1871. 

*CHARLES H. PEABODY, b. Amherst, N. H., Jan. 12, 
1799. N. T. I. 1833-36; ord. Sutton, Nov. 23, 1836; p. Sutton, 
1836-40; Randolph, 1840-42; d. Randolph,- Apr. 21, 1842. 

* JAMES L. REYNOLDS, b. Charleston, S. C, Mar. 17, 
1814. Ch. C. 1833; N. T. I. 1833-36; ord. Columbia, S. C, 
Dec. 25, 1836; p. Columbia, 1836-40; prof. F. T. I., 1840-44; 
p. Fairfield, S. C, 1841-44; prof. Mercer U. 1845-46; p. Rich- 
mond, Va., 1847-50; pres. G. C, Ky.; p. Georgetown, 1850-51; 
prof. S. C. C, 1852-73; p. Columbia, S. C, 1865-72; prof. Fur. 
U. 1873-77; d. Greenville, S. C, Dec. 19, 1877. D. D. 

*BENJAMIN HURD RHOADES, b. Boston, Mass., Aug. 
26, 1811. B. U. 1833; N. T. I. 1833-36; tea. Providence, R. L, 
1836-39; New York, N. Y., 1839-41; Brookline, Mass., 1842-48; 
Jamaica Plain, 1848-49; Newport, R. I., 1849-56; lib. Redwood 
Lib., Newport, 1859-80; d. Newport, Dec. 23, 1880. 



36 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1836 

*EDWARD ABIEL STEVENS, b. Sunbury, Ga., Jan. 23, 
1814, B. U. 1833; N. T. I. 1833-36; ord. Ruckersville, Ga., 
May 6, 1837; miss. A. B. M. U., Burma, 1836-86; author, (in 
Burmese) Commentaries on Matthew, Romans, Galatians, He- 
brews; Concordance of the Bible, 1880 ; many tracts ; reduced 
Salong Language to writing, 1844; trans. Elements of General 
History; Scripture Lands; Barth's Church History, 1876; ed. 
and publ. Dr. Judson's Burmese Dictionary, 1852; ed. The Re- 
ligious Herald, later called The Biirman Messenger, 1842-86; 
author or trans, of eighty-four hymns in the Burmese Hymn- 
hook; d. Rangoon, June 19, 1886. D. D., B. U., 1864. 

* JAMES FRANKLIN WILCOX, b. Westminster, Vt., Sept. 
29, 1806. S. R. A.; N. T. I. 1833-36; ord. Amesbury, Jan. 25, 
1837; p. Amesbury, 1836— aut. 1842; Taunton 1842— aut. 
1848; agt. A. B. M. U., 1848-53; p. Trenton, N. J., 1853— spg. 
1858; Northfield, Minn., and vie, aut. 1858— May 1870; s. at 
several places, 1870-? ; fin. agt. Minn. State Conv., 1872;Pillsbury 
A., Owatonna, 1873; res. Northfield, May 1870— Jan. 1891; d. 
Northfield, Jan. 1, 1891. 

*SamueI Todd Adams, b. Boston. Mass.. 1796. H. U. 1818; 
N. T. I. 1832 — Mar. 1835; not ord. ; tea. many yrs., Boston, and 
in the South; d. South Acton, Mass., Sept. 16, 1876. 

* William H. Dalrymple, b. Watertown, Mass., Feb. 20, 1808. 
S. R. A.; N. T. I. 1833— Mar. 1835; ord. South Abington, Apr. 
29, 1835; p. South Abington, 1835-37; Northboro, 1837-40; 
South Gardner, 1840-42; Woodville, 1844-46; agt. Am. Peace 
Soc, 1846-48; p. Barnstable, 1849-50; Fitzwilliam, N. H., 
1851-53; Hudson, 1855-58; Stratham, 1860-62; 2d ch., Haver- 
hill, Mass., 1862-66; d. Haverhill, Sept. 10, 1879. 

^Oliver Augustus Dodge, b. Hampton Falls, N. H., Mar. 18, 
1813. W. C. 1833; pr. Shrewsbury, Mass., sum. 1833; N. T. I. 
aut. 1833; ord. Lexington, Jan. 7, 1835; p. Lexington, Oct. 
1834-40; d. Lexington, May 28, 1840. 

*OIivcr Johnson Fisk, b. Nashville, Tenn., Jan. 24, 1809. 
B. U. 1837; N. T. L 1833-35; ord. Limerock, R. I., Sept. 1837; 
p. Limerock, 1837-39; pr. and tea., Tenn., 1839-53; Stewart's 
Creek; Robertson Co.; Nashville, 2 yrs.; pres. Eno C, Gal- 
latin, ?-1849; p. Oldtown, 111., 1855-?; Leroy; Rock Creek; 
Randolph's Grove, ?-1873; d. Crawfordsville, Ind., Jan. 8, 
1886. 

*Nehemiah Gorham Lovell, b. Rowley, Mass., 1806 B. U. 
1833; N. T. I. aut. 1833; ord. Princeton, July 10, 1834; p. 
Princeton, 1834-36; Amherst, 1836-40; Bellingham, 1840-47; 



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North Attleboro, 1847-51; d. Valley Falls, R. I., Nov. 15, 1851. 
*George Waters, b. Woodstock, Conn., 1800. N. T. I. 1833- 
34; ord. Holden, Sept. 25, 1834; p. Holden, 1834— Mar. 1838; 
Sterling, 1838-41; fin. agt. Manual Labor High Sch., Worcester, 
1841-42; p. Amherst, Dec. 1842— Jan. 1846; Plainfield, N. J.; 
d. Plainfield, Apr. 10, 1865. 

*Horace Alexander Wilcox, b. Ludlow, Vt., Mar. 6, 1807. 

B. U. 1833; N. T. I. 1833— Jan. 1835; ord. Willington, Conn., 
1835; p. Willington, 1835-37; prof. W. P. C, N. C, 1838; 
agt. A. B. H. M. Soc, Ga., 1841-46; res. Providence, R. I., 
1846-54, 1857-60; Manhattan, Kans., 1854-57, 1860-65; d. 
Manhattan, Apr. 15, 18G5. 23— *23 

1337 

*FRANCIS BARKER, b. Pembroke, Mass., Dec. 22, 1806. 
W. C. 1834; N. T. I. 1834-37; ord. 1838; tea. Jackson Co., Miss., 
1838; miss. Shawnee 'Indians, Kans., 1839-56; far. and miss, 
near Lawrence, 1856-63; d. Feb. 13, 1863. 

^CHARLES WEBSTER BRADBURY, b. Bangor, Me., 
Oct. 30, 1807. W. C. 1834; N. T. I. 1834-37; res. grad. 1837- 
38; ord. ev. Saco, Me., Apr. 1838; agt. A. F. B. Soc, 1840; prin. 
A., Hampton, N. H., 1841-42; tea. Amesbury, Mass., 1844-49, 
1851-58, 1866-74, 1875-77, except while p. at East Winthrop, 
Me., 1853-55, and brief period at Halifax, Vt. ; miss. Cal. 
1849-51, 1858-66, 1874-75; d. Amesbury, Mass., May 4, 1877. 

*IVORY CLARKE, b. No. Berwick, Me., Mar. 8, 1807. W. 

C. 1834; N. T. I. 1834-37; ord. North Berwick, Me., Sept. 12, 
1837; miss. A. B. M. U., Bexley, Africa, 1838-45; Edina, 1845- 
48; author. Dictionary of the Bassa Language; d. at sea, Apr. 
24, 1848. 

*MINER GRANT CLARKE, b. Woodstock, Conn., Dec. 7, 
1809. N. T. I. 1832-37; ord. Suffield, Conn., Nov. 1837; p. 
2d ch., Suffield, Sept. 1837-38; New England Village, Mass., 
1839-40; Cent, ch., Norwich, Conn., 1840— Apr. 1846; 1st ch., 
Springfield, Mass., June 1846— Apr. 1850; fin. sec. A. F. B. 
Soc, Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 1850— Apr. 1851; p. Tabernacle 
ch., Philadelphia, Pa., Apr. 1851— Sept. 1856; publ. Mothers' 
Journal 13 yrs., not consecutive, from 1851; ed. The Wit ess, 
Indianapolis, Ind., Dec. 1856 — Apr. 1863; fin sec. U. Chic. 
1863-66; book publ. Chicago, 111., 1866-69; p. Evanston. May 
1869— Apr. 1871; cor. sec. N. Y. Bapt. State Conv., Brooklyn, 
N. Y., Apr. 1871— Oct. 1874; w. c Newark, N. J., July 1874- 
Oct. 1875; Sandwich, 111., Oct. 1875— Nov. 1880; Geneva, Nov. 
1880-81; d. Geneva, Sept. 19, 1881. 



38 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1837 

*CALEB BAILEY DAVIS, b. Wrentham, Mass., July 3, 
1807. N. T. I. 1834-37; ord. June 27, 1838; p. Paris, Me., 
1838-54; d. Portland, Jan. 12, 1855. 

*ALANSON FISH, b. Strasburg, Vt., June 11,1812. Mid. 
C. 1830-34; N. T. I. 1834-37; ord. Chelsea, Mass., Feb. 8, 1838; 
p. Chelsea, 1837-40; d. Ira, Vt., July 8, 1840. 

*DUDLEY CAMMET HAYNES, b. PortIand,^Me., Sept.flS, 
1809. N. T. I. prep, dept.; N. T. I. 1834-37; ord. Marblehead, 
1837; p. Marblehead, 1837-39; agt. A. B. M. U. 1839, 1846; 
A. F. B. Soc. 1840; p. Middletown, Conn., 1840-42; Utica, N. 
Y., 1842-44; Brunswick, Me., 1844-46; Hyannis, Mass., 1848-52; 
12th eh., Philadelphia, Pa., 1852-55; State sec. A. B. P. S. for Pa., 
1855, New Eng., 1856-60; cor. sec. A. F. B. Soc, 1861; gen. 
man. natl. Freedmen's relief assoc, 1863; chapl. 13th Brook- 
lyn Vols., 1863; sec. Am. Colon, soc. and Pa. soc, 1864-65; 
p. Bainbridge, N. Y., 1875-80; Union, 1880-?; w. c Troy, N. 
Y. ; author. The Baptist Denomination, 1857; d. Binghamton, 
Feb. 21, 1888. 

*NOAH HOOPER, b. Saco, Me., Nov. 11, 1806. N. H. L. 
T. I. and N. T. I. prep, dept.; N. T. I. 1834-37; ord. Wobum, 
Aug. 31, 1837; p. Wobum, 1837— Oct. 1840; Exeter, N. H., 
Dec. 1840— July 1845; Deerfield, Aug. 1845— Dec. 1847; Great 
Falls, now Somersworth, Jan. 1848 — Apr. 1855; Newburyport, 
Mass., July 1855— Oct. 1860; agt. A. F. B. Soc. 1860; p. 
Exeter, N. H., aut. 1861— Sept. 1871; occ s. Oct. 1871— Dec. 
1875; s. Stratham, N. H., Jan. 1876— July 1882; res. Exeter, 
1871-96; d. Exeter, Mar. 4, 1896. 

*ENOCH HUTCHINSON, b. Marion, N. Y., June 25, 1810. 
W. C. 1834; N. T. I. 1834-37; ord. Boston, Nov. 26, 1837; p. 
Framingham, 1840-41; prof. Theol. I., Thomaston, Me., 1841; 
ed. Baptist Memorial, 1846-51; author. Music of the Bible, 1864; 
trans. Uhlemann's Syriac Grammar, 1875; d. Brooklyn, N. Y., 
Mar. 1, 1885. 

*SILAS ILSLEY, b. Portland, Me., July 10, 1809. W. C. 
1834; N. T. I. 1834-37; ord. Sept. 4, 1837; p. 1st ch., Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., 1837-41; 2d ch., Warren, Me., 1842-43; Ports- 
mouth, N. H., 1843-48; Albion, N. Y., 1848-52; Yorkville, 
Dec. 1852-55?; New York, 1855?-56; Essex, Conn., 1856-58; 
Bushwick Ave. ch., Brooklyn, 1858-60; Damariscotta, Me., 
1860-61; agt. and dist. sec. A. B. P. S., New Eng., 1861-63; 
N. Y., 1863-70; p. Dover Plains, N. Y., 1870-75; w.c Syracuse; 
d. Manlius, July 2, 1886. 

*SYLVANUS OILMAN SARGENT, b. Methuen, Mass., 



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Feb. 19, 1807. W. C. 1834; N. T. I. 1834-37; ord. Belfast, Me., 
June 13, 1838; p. Belfast, 1838-46; Frankfort, 1846-50; 
Barnstable, Mass., 1850-52; Frankfort, Me., 1852-58; fin. agt. 
Me. Bapt. Miss. Soc. and gen. miss., 1858-74; s. in Me. 1874-88; 
res. Augusta, 1874-96; d. Augusta, Feb. 21, 1896. 

*DAVIS TYLER SHAILER, b. Haddam, Conn., Mar. 18, 
1802. H. L. T. I.; N. T. I. 1833-37; ord. Haddam, Conn., 
Nov. 10, 1831; p. Branford, 1837-44; Stoughton St. ch., North 
Dorchester, Mass., 1844-47; North Becket, 1848-57; s. Somon- 
auk. 111., 1859-62; p. Haddam, Conn., 1862-71; w. c. Haddam, 
1871-86; d. Haddam, Oct. 15, 1886. 

*ZebdiaI Bradford, b. Plympton, Mass., July, 13, 1810. W. 

C. 1834; N. T. I. 1834— Jan. 1837; ord. May 24, 1837; p. North 
Yarmouth, Me., 1837-44; Pine St. ch., Providence, R. I., 1844- 
49; d. Providence, May 16, 1849. 

^Stillman L. Lothrop, b. Boston, Mass., Jan. 27, 1811. B. U.; 
N. T. I. 1834— July 1837; South Berwick, Me., 1837-38; health 
failed; d. St. Croix, W. I., Nov. 22, 1859. 

*Lem«eI Porter, b. Boston, Mass., May 1, 1809. W. C. 1834; 
ord. Sidney, Me., Dec. 16, 1830; p. Sidney, 1830-32; N. T. I. 
1834-35; p. V/orthen St. ch., Lowell, 1835-51; Pittsfield, 1851- 
61; Bloomington, 111. 1861-63; dist. sec. A. T. Soc; d. Oct. 17, 
1864. D. D., M. U., 1854. 

* William Hosmer Shailer, b. Haddam, Conn., Nov. 20, 1807. 
H. L. T. I. 1835; N. T. I. May— Nov., 1835; prin. C. L. I., Dec. 
1835— Sept. 1837; ord. Deep River, Conn., Feb. 26, 1836; p. 
Brookline, Mass., Sept. 1837— Mar. 1854; 1st. ch., Portland, 
Me., Mar. 1854 — Aug. 1877; ed. and prop. Zions Advocate, 
1858-73; w. c. Portland, 1877-81; d. Portland, Feb. 23, 1881. 

D. D., M. U., 1853. 16— *16 

1838 

*SAMUEL ADLAM, b. Bristol, Eng., Feb. 179S. Ord. West 
Dedham, Mass., Nov. 3, 1824; p. West Dedham, 1824-27; Mar- 
blehead, 1827-30; Gloucester Harbor, 1830-33; Marblehcad, 
1833-34; N. T. I. 1834-38; p. Hallowell, Me., 1838-45 ; Dover 
and Foxcroft, 1845-49; Newport, R. I., 1849-65; w. c. Newport, 
1865-80; d. Newport, Oct. 18, 1880. 

*AMASA BROWN, b. Winchendon, Mass., Nov. 22, 1804. 
N. T. I. Feb. 1835-38; ord. Nov. 0, 1839; p. Hinesburg, Vt., 
Nov. 1839— July 1840; chapl. State Prison, Windsor, 1841-42; 
p. Sutton, N. H., 1842-44; Peterboro, 1844-45; Amherst, 1845- 
48; Lake Village, 1848-49; South Gardner, Mass., 1849— aut. 



40 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1838 

1853; agt. A. F. B. Soc, Concord, N. H., 1854-63; p. Campton, 
1865-66; Newton, 1868-69; occ. s. 1869-75; w. c. Newton, N. 
H. ; d. Newton Junction, Sept. 15, 1892. 

*GEORGE CLINTON CHANDLER, b. Chester, Vt., Mar. 
19, 1807. H. L. T. L 1835 ; N. T. L 1835-38 ; ord. North Spring- 
field, Vt., Sept. 5, 1838; p. IndianapoHs, Ind., aut. 1839-43; 
pres. F. C. 1843-50; miss. Ore., 1851-80; p. Oregon City; 
Aniit}^ d. Forest Grove, June 19, 1880. D. D., F. C, 1853. 

*WILLLAM CROWELL, b. Middlefield, Mass., Sept. 22, 
1806. N. T. L 1835-38; ed. Christiayi Watchman, Boston, 10 
yrs. ; p. Waterville, Me., 2 yrs. ; ed. Western Watchman, Des 
Moines, la., 10 yrs.; tea. St. Louis, Mo.; p. Freeport, 111.; 
Germantown, Pa.'; d. July 17, 1871. D. D., U. R., 1857. 

*MYRON MUNSON DEAN, b. Monkton, Vt., Nov. 8, 1811. 
Mid. C. 1834; N. T. I. 183-1-35; 1836-38; ord. Monkton, Vt., 
May 3, 1836; p. Providence, R. I., 1838-40; Marblehead, Mass., 
1840-47; chapl. Deer Island; agt. A. F. B. Soc; p. Warren, 
R. I., May 1854— July 1855; d. Cambridge, Mass., Mar. 30, 
1861. 

*ROBERT FULTON ELLIS, b. Topsham, Me., Oct. 16, 
1809. B. C; N. T. I. 1834-38; ord. Sept. 1838; p. Springfield, 
Mass., 1838-45; agt. Am. S. S. Un., 1845-47; p. Alton, 111., 
1847-54; d. Clark Co., Mo., July 24, 1854. 

*JOSIAH GODDARD, b. Wendell, Mass., Oct. 27, 1813. 

B. U. 1835; N. T. I. 1835-38; ord. Sept. 27, 1838; miss. A. B. 
M. U., Bangkok, Siam, 1840-49; Ningpo, China, 1849-54; d. 
Ningpo, Sept. 4, 1854. 

*ADIEL HARVEY, b. Ashfield, Mass., July 29, 1805. A. 

C. 1832; N. T. I. Jan. 1836-38; p. Westboro, 1838-45; Plym- 
outh, 1845-55; tea. Needham; d. Needham, June 23, 1864. 

*AMARIAH JOY, b. Putney, Vt., May 15, 1809. W. C. 
1835; N. T. I. 1835-38; ord. Farmington, Me., Dec. 5, 1835; p. 
Farmington; New Sharon; Hampden; Kennebunk; Great 
Falls, now Somersworth, N. H.; Cornish, Me.; Akron, O.; w. 
c. Joyfield, Mich., 1864-90; occ. s.; d. Joyfield, Feb. 11, 1890. 

*JONAH GOULDING WARREN, b. Ward, now Auburn, 
Mass., Sept. 11, 1812. B. U. 1835; N. T. I. 1835-38; ord. 
North Oxford, Sept. 1838; p. Cabotville, now Chicopee, Mass., 
1838-49; 5th St. ch., Troy, N. ¥., 1849-55; sec. A. B. M. U., 
1855-72; d. Newton Centre, Mass., Feb. 27, 1884. D. D., U. 
R., 1856. 



^Benjamin Franklin Brabrook, b. Acton, Mass., Sept. 15, 
1809. Gr. C. and Col. C; N. T. I. 1835— Mar. 1837; ord. St. 



1839] STUDENTS 41 

Louis, Mo., May 13, 1837; p. 2d ch., St. Louis, 1837-39; Great 
Falls, now Somersworth, N. H., 1839-43; agt. Bapt. Trien. 
Conv. 1843-45; p. Davenport, la., 1845-48; agt. A. B.H. M. 
Soc; d. Davenport, la., June 9, 1853. 

*'Warren Leverett, b. Brookline, Mass., Dec. 19, 1805. B. U. 
1832; agt. Am. Bib. Soc, Charleston, S. C, 1833-34; tea. Ind., 
1834-36; N. T. I. 1832-33, May 1836-37; notord.; tea. Green- 
ville, 111., 1838-39; prep. dept. S. C, 1839-41, prof. Lat. and Gr., 
1841-68; res. Upper Alton, 1868-72; d. Upper Alton, Nov. 8, 
1872. 12— *12 

1839 

*IMLAH GOULDING BARKER, b. Morgantown, Va., 
Sept. 8, 1812. N. T. I. 1836-39; ord. Newton, Aug. 1839; prof. 
Heb., R. C, 1839-42; d. Savannah, Ga., 1842. 

* JOSEPH BLANER BREED, b. Sakm, Mass., Mar. 1, 
1807. N.T.I. 1834-35; 1836-39; ord. Lynn, Sept. 24, 1839; 
p. Cumberland ch., Norfolk, Va., 1840-42; Rahway, N. J., 
1842-43; Pine Plains, N. Y., 1843-48; Allegheny, Pa., 1848-49; 
Pine Plains, N. Y., 1849-51; Woonsocket, R. I., 1851-58; 
South Dedbam, Mass., 1858-62; Camp ton, N. H., 1862-66; 
Peterboro, 1866-68; Campton, 1868-71; Rumney, 1871; w. c. 
Brooklyn, N. Y., 1882-87; infirm at Bapt. Home, Brooklyn, 
1887-90; d. Brooklyn, Oct. 25, 1890. 

^FREEMAN GREENWOOD BROWN, b. Cambridge, Mass., 
Jan. 1813. Col. C. 1835; N. T. I. 1836-39; ord. Feb. 5, 1840; p. 
Portsmouth, N. H., 1840-43; North Dorchester, Mass., 1848-50; 
West Townsend, 1850-53; agt. A. B. P. S. 1853-56; p. Hamil- 
ton, C. W., 1861-63; d. Cambridge, Mass., June 15, 1878. 

* JEREMIAH SEWALL EATON, b. Weare, N. H., June 
1810. U. C. 1835; N. T. I. 1836-39; ord. Hartford, Conn., 
Nov. 13, 1839; p. 1st ch., Hartford, 1839-44; Free St. ch., 
Portland, Me., 1844-54; d. Portland, Sept. 27, 1856. 

*SAMUEL WHEELER FIELD, b. North Yarmouth, Me., 
Apr. 28, 1813. W. C; U. N. Y. 1836; N. T. I. 1836-39; ord. 
Yarmouth, Me., Oct. 3, 1839; p. Methuen, Mass., 1840-46; 
Hallowell, Me., 1846-49; Pine St. ch.. Providence, R. I., 1849- 
59; chapl. 12th R. I. Vols., 1862-65; w. c. Providence; d. 
Providence, Oet. 28, 1887. D. D., Cent. U., 1877. 

*SUMNER HALE, b. Norridgewock, Me., Mar. 9, 1808. 
W. C; N. T. I. 1836-39; ord. Sidney, Me., Dec. 23,1840; p. 
Sidney, 1840-42; 2d ch., Beverly, Mass., 1842-48; in bus.; 
d. Cramer Hill, N. J. Apr. 4, 1882. 



42 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1839 

*ELIAS LYMAN MAGOON, b. Lebanon, N. H.. Oct. 20, 
1810. W. C. 1836; N. T. I. 1836-39; ord. Boston, Aug. 1839; 
p. Richmond, Va., 1839-40; out of U. S. 1840-46; p. 9th St. ch., 
Cincinnati, O., 1846-50; OUver St. ch., New York, N. Y., 
1850-58; 1st ch., Albany, 1858-68; Broad St. ch., Philadelphia, 
Pa., 1868-85; w. c. Philadelphia, 1885-86; d. Philadelphia, 
Nov. 26, 1886. D. D., U. R., 1853. 

*STEPHEN BENSON PAGE, b. Fayette, Me., Oct. 16, 
1808. W. C. 1835; N. T. I. 1836-39; i? ord. Newton Centre, 
May 31, 1840; p. Massillon, O., 1840-44; Wooster, 1844-50; 
Norwalk, 1850-54; Cleveland, 1854-66; fin. agt. D. U. 1866-67; 
dist. sec. A. B. H. M. Soc. for O., Ind., and Mich., 1868-82; 
w. c. Cleveland; d. Cleveland, Mar. 14, 1888. D. D., D. U., 
1865. 

*PEARLEY PRICHARD SANDERSON, b. Mason, N. H., 
Aug. 18, 1807. W. C; N. T. I. 1836-39; ord. Beverly, Apr. 8, 
1840; p. 2d. ch., Beverly, Apr. 1840-42; Mansfield,may 1842— 
Feb. 1844; Troy, N. H., Mar. 1844— May 1846; Conway, Mass., 
June 1846— July 1847; Buckland, Aug. 1847— Mar. 1852; Red 
Rock, N. Y., Apr. 1852— June 1853; Schodack, July 1853— 
Apr. 1855; Coopers Plains, May 1855 — Dec. 1859; Hinsdale, 
Jan. 1860— Mar. 1862; w. c. Painted Post, Apr. 1862-?; s. 
Hornby; Tioga, Pa.; Chemung, N. Y.; Painted Post; d. 
Painted Post, Jan. 21, 1892. 

* WILLI AM SMITH, b. Princeton, Mass., Feb. 24, 1811. W. 
C. 1836; N. T. I. 1836-39; ord. Chelsea, Sept. 1840; p. 1st ch., 
Chelsea; d. Chelsea, July 26, 1841. 

* William Lawton Brown, b. Providence, R. I., 
May. 20, 1814. B. U. 1836; N. T. I. 1836-38; ord. Ann Arbor, 
Mich., Feb. 13, 1839; p. Ann Arbor, Aug. 1838— Apr. 1839; 

'Bristol, R. I., Sept. 1839— June 1842; West Springfield, now 
Holyoke, Mass., Aug. 1842 — Apr. 1846; Cent. ch., Norwich, Conn., 
May— Aug., 1846; Westboro, Mass., Feb. 1847— Apr. 1851; 
w. c. Boston, May 1851 — Dec. 1853; p. \Vaterto\^Ti, Jan. 1854 — 
Mar. 1860; w. c. Boston and Middleboro, Mar. 1860— Oct. 
1870; p. Mt. Pleasant, la., Dec. 1870— Nov. 1872; Ottumwa, 
Dec. 1872— Dec. 1874; Kearney, Neb., Oct. 1875— Apr. 1876; 
w. c. Warwick, R. I., June 1876— Aug. 1877; p. North Reading, 
Mass., Oct. 1877 — June 1879; in bus. Volimtown, Conn., July 
1879— Apr. 1882; Olneyville, R. I., May 1882— June 1883 
far. Wrentham, Mass., June 1883-1908; s. at many chs.; d. 
Wrentham, Dec. 15, 1908. 

*Ahira Jones, b. Cornwall, Vt., June 25, 1810. W. C. 1836; 
N. T. I. 1836— Mar. 1837, 1837— Feb. 1838; ord. 1838; p. 



1840] STUDENTS 43 

Saco, Me., 1838-42; Kennebunkport, 1842-46; Hallowell, 1849- 
51; agt. Bapt. Trien. Conv.; Vt. State Conv.; A. B. P. S.; p. 
Jericho, Vt., 1874-80; d. Cornwall, Dec. 11, 1884. 



*John B. Guild, b. Woodstock, Conn., Oct. 17, 1809. N. T. I. 
1837-39; ord. Willimantic, Conn., 1839; p. Willimantic, 1839- 
45; Clinton, 1845-46; Packerville, 1851-52; Thompson, 1852- 
53; d. Thompson, 1853. 

*Isaac Woodbury, b. Hamilton, Mass., Mar. 21, 1805. N. T, 
I. 1836-39; ord. Haverhill, Nov. 6, 1839; p. Haverhill, 1839-41; 
Mason Village, N. H., 1848-50; Manchester, 1850-52; Wen- 
ham, Mass., 1853-55; Leominster and Mashpee, 1857-58; w. c, 
Boston, 1863-66; p. South Sandwich, 1866-68; d. Mashpee, 
Dec. 6, 1869. 14— *14 

1840 

*SHADRACH STANDISH BRADFORD, b. Plympton, 
Mass., May 24, 1813. W. C; Col. C. 1837; N. T. I. 1837-40; 
ord. Pawtucket, R. I., June 8, 1841 ; p. 1st ch., Pawtucket, 1841- 
51; d. Providence, July, 1875. 

*JOHN FELCH BURBANK, b. Standish, Me., Dec. 4, 
1811. W. C; Col. C. 1837; N. T. I. 1837-40; ord. Taunton, 
Feb. 3, 1840; p. Taunton, 1840-41; Webster, 1843-46; w. c. 
Worcester; filled several munic. oflf. ; d. Worcester, Nov. 23, 
1853. 

*MARTIN BYRNE, b. Robbinston, Me., Feb. 15, 1811. 
B. T. S. 1837-39; N. T. I. 1839-40; ord. Packerville, Conn., 
June 29, 1842; p. Pembroke, Me., 1845-46; Damariscotta 
Mills; Ellsworth, 1847-49; d. Sept. 19, 1858. 

=^BENJAMIN SMITH CORBETT, b. Framingham, Mass., 
Feb. 16, 1812. B. U. 1837; N. T. I. 1837-40; res. lie. A. T. S.; 
p. Andover, 1841-48; d. 1862. 

*EDWIN HENRY HAWLEY, b. New Canaan, N. ¥., Oct. 
12, 1812. U. C. 1838; U. T. S. 1838-39; N. T. I. 1839-40; ord. 
1840; p. Lorain, O.; Bedford; Twinsburg; Disciples' ch., 
Hiram, 1850?-?; Newton Falls; Painesville, 1855-59; Wilming- 
ton ; Mentor ; Cleveland ; and other places ; d. Cleveland, Nov. 
18, 1893. 

*SANFORD LEACH, b. Shutesburv, Mass., May 4, 1808. 
A. C. 1837; N. T. I. 1837-40; ord. Wilmington, Del., 1841; p. 
Wilmington, 1841-?; Deckertown, N. J.; Three Rivers, in 



44 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1840 

Palmer, Mass. 1846-48; Templeton, now Baldwinsville, 1848- 
51; d. Nebraska City, Neb., July 1857. 

*FRANKLIN MERRIAM, b. Westminster, Mass., Mar. 5, 
1810. W. C. 1837; N. T. I. 1837-40; ord. East Winthrop, Me., 
Dec. 23, 1840; p. East Winthrop, 1840-47; Richmond 1847- 
48; Searsmont, 1848-51; agt. A. F. B. Soc, Me., 1851-55; p. 
Exeter, N. H., 1855-57; agt. A. B. M. U. 1857-58; ev. 1858-59; 
p. New Boston, N.H., 1859-62; East Jaffrey, 1862-65; Hanover, 
1865-72; Danbury, 1872-82; Bow, 1882-85; East Weare, 
1885-1887; d. Sharon, Mass., Dec. 10, 1893. 

*ROBERT CURTIS MILLS, b. New York, N. Y., Feb. 6, 
1819. U. N. Y. 1837; U. T. S. 1837-40; N. T. I. May— Aug., 
1840; ord. Newton Centre, Mar. 17, 1842; p. ColchesteV, Conn., 
Sept. 1841-45; Chicopee Falls, Mass., 1845-48; 1st ch., Salem, 
1848-76; w. c. Salem, 1876-79; sec. No. Bapt. Educ. Soc, 
1879— Feb. 1891; res. Newton Centre, 1879-96; d. Newton 
Centre, Jan. 21, 1896. D. D., B. U., 1861. 

*SILAS BURROWS RANDALL, b. Mystic River, Conn., 
July 4, 1814. B. U. 1836; N. T. I. 1837-40; ord. Wobum, 
May 1841; p. Wobum, 1841-47; Andover, 1847-48; asst. A. B. 
M. U. miss, rooms, Boston, 1848-49; s. 2d ch., Groton, Conn., 
1^ yrs.; p. Mystic River; in trade with South America; in 
bus. Cincinnati, O., 1864-86; Wyoming, 1886-95; d. Wyoming, 
Jan. 15, 1895. 

*CHARLES WILLIAM REDING, b. Portsmouth, N. H., 
Sept. 21, 1811. B. U. 1837; N. T. I. 1837-40; ord. West 
Townsend, May 12, 1841; p. West Townsend, 1841-44; North 
Yarmouth, Me., 1844-47; 2d ch., Beverly, Mass., 1848-56; 
Manchester, 1856-61; memb. leg. 1860, 1861; p. 2dch., Beverly, 
1861-63; Webster, 1863-69; Milford, 1869-71,; s. 2d ch., 
Beverly; w. c. Beverly Farms, 1881-1899; d. Beverly Farms, 
May 26, 1899. 

*FRANCIS SMITH, b. South Reading, now Wakefield, 
Mass., July 12, 1812. B. U. 1837; N. T. I. 1837-40; ord. Provi- 
dence, R. I., Mar. 30, 1841; p. 4th ch.. Providence, 1841-54; 
s. Fruit Hill; Allendale; Wanskuck; p. Rutland, Vt., 1860-62; 
dist. sec. A. B. P. S., New Eng., 3 yrs.; miss. R. I. State Conv. ; 
d. Providence, R. I., Jan. 29, 1872. 

*JACKSON SMITH, b. Middletown, N. Y., Mar. 5, 1816. 
U. N. Y. 1836; U. T. S. 1837-40; N. T. I. May— Aug., 1840; 
ord. in N. J., 1840; d. Middletown, Apr. 8, 1850. 



*Davic( Burbank, b. Deerfield, N. H., Oct. 10, 1809. B. U. 
1837; N. T. I. 1837— Oct. 1838; tea. Wrentham; Providence, 



1S40] STUDENTS 45 

R. I.; in bus. Rochester, N. Y.; tea. Wyoming; Elbridge; 
Monroe; Brockport; ord. Delavan, Wis., 1862; p. Delavan, 
1862-65; d. Chicago, Apr. 26, 1865. LL. D., F. C, 1858. 

*Marshan Whiting Leiand, b. Chester, Vt., June 30, 1810. 
H. L. T. I. 1833-37; N. T. I. May 1837-38; Col. C. 1838; ord. 
Washington, D. C, 1838; p. Navy Yard ch., 1838-39; ev. E. 
Va. 1840-?; p. Hamburg, N. Y.; Port William, O.; Door 
Village. Ind.; res. Rochester, Minn., 1861-1877; d. Rochester, 
July 17, 1877. 

-John Larkin Lincoln, b. Boston, Mass., Feb. 23, 1817. B. 
U. 1836; tut. Col. C. 1836-37; N. T. I. 1837-39; tut. Gr., B. U., 
1839-41; stud. U. Halle, U. Berlin, U. Geneva, U. Leipzig, 
1841-44; asst. prof. Lat. Lang, and Lit., B. U., 1844-45, prof. 
1845-91; ed. Selections from Livy, 1847; Works of Horace, 
1851; Ovid, 1883; cont. to magazines and periodicals; d. 
Providence, R. L, Oct. 17, 1891. LL. D., B. U., 1859. 

*DanieI William Phillips, b. Cilmaenllwyd, Wales, June 7, 
1809. B. U. 1837; N. T. I. 1837-38; ord. Oct. 3, 1838; p. 
Medford, 1838-50; Wakefield, 1850-62; prin. and prof. Theol. 
dept. R. W. U., Nashville, Tenn., 1864-90; d. Nashville, Apr. 
13,1890. D. D.,B. U., 1874. 

* James Upham, b. Salem, Mass., Jan. 23, 1815. W. C. 1835; 
N. T. I. 1837-39; ord. Thomaston, Me., Aug. 1840; prof. 
Bib. Lit. and Sac. Rhet., Theol. I., Thomaston, Mar. 1840-41; 
p. Manchester, N. H., 1842-43; Millbury, Mass., 1843-45; prof. 
N. H. L. T. L 1846-61; pres. 1861-66; ed. Watchman and Re- 
flector, 1866-76; assoc. ed. Religious Herald, 1876-83; on ed. 
staff Youth's Companion, 1877-93; res. Chelsea; d. Chelsea, 
May 3, 1893. D. D., C. U., 1860. 

*Obed Bttrnham Walker, b. Kennebunkport, Me., June 30, 
1807. W. C; Col. C. 1837; N. T. L 1837-38; ord. Oct. 1838; 
p. Baring, Me., 1838; Livermore, 1839-41; St. Albans, 1841-43; 
Foxcroft and Dover, 1843-46; Waldoboro, 1846-50; Brooklin, 
1850-55; miss. Piscataquis Co., 1855-57; p. Guilford, 1857-63; 
Monmouth, 1863-66; South Norridgewock, 1866-82; d. South 
Norridgewock, May 27, 1882. 

^Nathaniel Marshman Williams, b. Salem, Mass., Nov. 13, 
1813. W. C. and Col. C. 1837; N. T. I. 1837-39; ord. New 
Sharon, Me., Jan. 29, 1840; p. New Sharon, 1840-42; Farming- 
ton, 1842-46; Saco, 1846-52; Somerville, Mass., 1852-61; 
Ellsworth, Me., 1861-65; Peabody, Mass., 1865-68; Methuen, 
1868-71; Wickford, R. I., 1871-77; res. Lowell, Mass., s. 
Andover, lit. work, 1877-82; p. Warner, N. H., 1882— Mar. 



46 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1841 

1887; Marshfield, Mass., Apr. 1887— Apr. 1893; w. c. Newton; 
author, Notes on the Gospel of Matthew, 1870; Commentaries 
on the Epistles of Peter and Jude, (Am. Comm.) 1888; Counter 
Currents, 1894; d. Newton, Feb. 10, 1895. D. D., U. Chic, 
1871. 19— *19. 

I84I 

*THOMAS DAVIS ANDERSON, b. Philadelphia, Pa., June 
30, 1819. Col. C; U. P. 1838; N. T. I. 1838-41; ord. Salem, 
Mar. 15, 1842; p. 1st. eh., Salem, 1841-48; Dudley St. ch., Rox- 
bury, June 1848-62; 1st. ch., New York, N. Y., 1862-79; pres. 
Rutgers Fern. C, 1875-79; p. South Boston, Mass., 1880-83; 
d. South Boston, Dec. 19, 1883. D. D., B. U., 1859. 

*ALBERT NICHOLAS ARNOLD, b. Cranston, R. I., Feb. 
12, 1814. B. U. 1838; N. T. I. 1838-41; ord. Newbury port, 
Sept. 14, 1841; p. Newburyport, 1841-43; miss. A. B. M. U., 
Greece, 1844-55; prof. Ch. Hist., N. T. I., 1855-57; p. West- 
boro, 1857-64; prof. Bib. Crit. and Past. Theol., H. T. S., 1864- 
69; prof. Bib. Lit. and Exeg., B. U. T. S., Chicago, 111., 1874-78; 
author. Sermons, (in modern Greek) 1883; Commentary on the 
Epistle to the Romans, edited by D. B. Ford, (Am. Comm.) 
1889; d. Pawtuxet, R. I., Oct. 11, 1883. D. D., U. R., 1860. 

*GEORGE WHITEFIELD BOSWORTH, b. Bellingham, 
Mass., Sept. 30, 1818. W. C. 1837; N. T. I. 1838-41; ord. 
Medford, Sept. 8, 1841; p. Medford, Aug. 1841— Feb. 1846; 
South Boston, Feb. 1846— Feb. 1855; Free St. ch., Portland, 
Me., Feb. 1855 — Aug. 1865; 1st. ch., Lawrence, Mass., Aug. 
1865— Jan. 1869; 1st ch., Haverhill, Feb. 1869— Jan. 1879; 
res. Haverhill, 1879-88; sec. Mass. Bapt. Conv., 1852-55; 
1879-88; cor. sec. No. Bapt. Educ. Soc, 1865-79; d. Wakefield, 
Jan. 19, 1888. D. D., W. C, 1862. 

*JOSEPH BROOKS DAMAN, b. Hanover, Mass., Nov. 13, 
1809. N. T. I. 1837-41; ord. West Dedham, Oct. 13, 1841; 
p. West Dedham, Oct. 1841— Dec. 1843; Woonsocket, R. I., 
Dec. 1843— spg. 1845; East Killingly, Conn., spg. 1845— Aug. 
1848; Lyme, aut. 1848— July 1850; Lake Village, N. H., July 
1850-65; d. Lake Village, Mar. 26, 1865. 

* JOSEPH MONROE ROCK WOOD, b. Bellingham, Mass., 
July 1, 1818. W. C. 1833-36; D. C. 1837; N. T. I. 1838-41; 
ord. Rutland, Vt., Feb. 9, 1842; p. Rutland, Oct. 1841— Oct. 
1849; Belchertown, Mass., Nov. 1849— Nov. 1855; fin. agt. Lad. 
Coll. Inst., Worcester, 1855-56; p. New England Village, Aug. 
1857— May 1864; U. S. Christ. Cmn., Oct. 1864; p. Middle- 
field, May 1865— May 1890; memb. Mass. Const. Conv. 1853; 



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Mass. leg. 1864; w. c. Bellingham, 1890-1910; d. Bellingham, 
Jan. 31, 1910. 

*GEORGE NELSON TOWNSEND, b. Bolton, Mass., Nov. 
17, 1809. Col. C. 1837; N. T. I. 1837-39, 1840-41; ord. June 
22, 1842; p. Woodville, Hopkinton, Mass., 1842-45; Reading, 
1845-48; health failed; w. c. Bellingham, occ. s., 1848-85; s. 
South Milford, 1851-55; memb. leg. 1864; d. Bellingham, Aug. 
6, 1885. 

*SAMUEL WALLACE, b. Adams Co., O., June 1, 1810. 
Gr. C. ; N. T. I. Jan. 1838-41; pr. and tea. Germantown, Ky., 
1841-49; in serv. of Indian Miss. Assoc, 1849-57; in charge of 
two chs., Adams Co., O., 1857-66; pr. and tea., Richmond, Ind., 
1866-85; w. c. Richmond, 1885-1899; d. Richmond, Dec. 28, 
1899. 



*Martin Ltither Bickford, b. Sedgwick, Me., Aug. 18, 1814. 
W. C. 1837; N. T. I. 1838-40; tea. Hanover Co., Va., 1840-44; 
Richmond, 1845-52; ord. Waltham, Mass., Apr. 1852; p. Wal- 
tham, Dec. 1852— June 1863; Chicopee Falls, 1863-65; Oberlin, 
O., 1871-72; Elyria, 1874-76; d. Elyria, Apr. 9, 1876. 

*Levi Beals Hathaway, b. Peru, Mass., Sept. 14, 1810. W. C. 
1838; N. T. L 1838-40; ord. June 30, 1841; p. Farmington, Me., 
1841-42; Rockport, Mass., 1842-43; d. Rockport, Aug. 1, 1843. 

* Joseph Huntington, b. Braintree, Vt., July 27, 1811. Mid. C. 
1837; N. T. I. 1838-39; ord. Williamstown, Vt., Jan. 1840; p. 
Williamstown and ev. East Williamstown, Randolph, and 
Braintree, Jan.— Nov., 1840; d. Braintree, Apr. 26, 1843. 

*Sam«eI Stillman Leighton, b. Westf ord,' Mass., 1809. U. C. 
1838; A. T. S. 1838-40; N. T. I. 1840-41; ord. Andover, 
1841; p. West Bridgewater; Leeds, Me., 1844-46; Newton 
Upper Falls, Mass., 1846-47; Sanbomton, N. H., 1847-49; 
Bow, 1849-51; Georgetown, Mass.; Orleans, 1856-59; health 
failed; occ. s. ; d. West Townsend, July 4, 1860. 

*Thomas White Sydnor, b. Hanover Co., Va., June 1, 1816. 
Col. C. 1838; N. T. I. Oct. 1838— Oct. 1840; ord. Bruington, 
Va., Apr. 10, 1841; s. Bruington, 1841-42; agt. colored C. 1843; 
p. Farmville, Va., 1843-44; agt. Bapt. Gen. Conv. for F. M., 
1844-45; agt. F. M. Bd. So. Bapt. Miss. Conv., 1846; p. of chs. 
in Nottoway, Lunenburg, and Brunswick Cos., Va., Nov. 1847 — 
May 1890: — Cool Spring, 20 yrs., Jonesboro, 26yrs., Blackstone, 
July 1882— July 1886; miss. A. B. P. S. among colored people, 
Va., 1871-72; agt. R. C. 1873; d. Blackstone, May 4, 1890. 
D. D., Col. C, 1873. 



48 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1842 

*EIijah Withington Tucker, b. Dorchester, Mass., Mar. 31, 
1810. B. U. 1838; A. T. S. 1838-39, 1840-41; N. T. I. 1839-40; 
ord. Sept. 15, 1841; p. Cong, ch.. South Newmarket, N. H., 
1841-45; Chatham, Mass., 1846-52; Essex, Conn., 1852-53; 
Lebanon, 1853-58; Preston, 1858-65; Northfield. Conn., 1865- 
66; d. Litchfield, Aug. 6, 1866. 



*Joseph Perry Barbank, b. Oakham, Mass., June 30, 1808. 
B. U.; N. T. I. 1838-40; ord. Plattsburg, N. Y., 1841; p. West 
Plattsburg, 4 yrs. ; Richmond, R. I., 4 yrs. ; Block Island, 3 yrs. ; 
Kingston, 4 yrs.; East Lyme, Conn., 2 yrs.; East Greenwich, 
R. I., 1 yr.; Cumberland Hill, 3 yrs.; South Sutton, Mass., Apr. 
1861— Jan. 1873; res. South Sutton, occ. s., 1873-94; d. South 
Sutton, June 15, 1894. 

^William Leach, b. Shutesbury, Mass., Aug. 20, 1803. N. T. 
I. 1838-40; ord.; p. Paterson, N. J.; Newark; Wendell, Mass., 
1846-50; South Hanson, 1850-52; Omaha, Neb.; East Stough- 
ton, Mass., 1857-59; Holmes Holl, 1859-61; South Yarmouth, 
1861-64; North Carver, 1864-69; Still River, 1869-70; d. 
Harvard, Mar. 31, 1871. 



^Joseph Hervey Fox, b. King William Co., Va., Oct. 10, 1813. 
Col. C. 1838; N. T. I. aut. 1838; ord. Beulah, Va., Dec. 21, 
1838; miss. Gloucester, Va., 1839; p. Farmville, 1840-42; 
Spring Creek, 1841-42; Churchland and Norfolk, 1843; Scotts- 
ville, 1844-52; Mt. Edd, 1844-55; Sharon, Albermarle Co., 
1852-70; Sharon, Buckingham Co., 1855-75; Fork of Willis, 
1876-78; Priddy's Creek, 1876-82; miss. A. B. H. M. S. to 
colored people, 1872-73; colp. to Albermarle Assoc, 1879-86; 
S. S. work and pr. near Scottsville, 1886-1901; d. Scottsville, 
Nov. 27, 1901. 16— *16 

J 842 

*TIMOTHY BAILEY, b. Tewksbury, Mass., Jan. 13, 1807. 
N. T. I. 1839-42; ord. Oxford, Me., Feb. 15, 1843; p. Oxford, 
1843-46; miss. West Simcoe, Can., 3 yrs.; health failed; w. c. 
Dover, Mass.; occ. s. ; d. Dover, Aug. 10, 1891. 

*LEWIS BARROWS, b. Monson, Mass., Apr. 2, 1813. W. C. 
1839; N. T. I. 1839-42; ord. Woolwich, Me., Apr. 4, 1843; p. 
Woolwich, 1843-44; Dexter, 1844-48; s. Hampden, 6 mos.; p. 
Old Town, 1849-50; West Waterville, 1850-52; West Harps- 
well, 1852-54; Kennebunk, 1854-55; Plaistow, N. H., 1855-57; 
ev. la., 1859-61 ; agt. A. F. B. Soc, 111., Mo., and la., 20 yrs. ; ev. 
111., 4 yrs.; p. Reilly, Neb., 1884-?; Rock Island, 111.; Daven- 
port, la.; p. Cong, ch., Bartlett, Neb.; d. Bartlett, Sept. 6, 1889. 



1842] STUDENTS 49 

^FREDERICK LYMAN BATCHELDER, b. Andover, N. 
H., Jan. 17, 1815. B. U. 1839; N. T. I. 1839-42; ord. West 
Medway, Aug. 23, 1843; act. p. East Longmeadow, May. 1843 — 
Apr. 1845; p. Grand River Assoc, Mich., 1845-51; act. p. East 
Longmeadow, Mass., 1852 — May 1853; p. Stafford, Conn., 
1853-60; s. various chs., 1860-6G; res. Stafford, 1866-1910; 
p. em., and filled several pub. off. in Stafford; d. East Milton, 
Mass., Jan. 15, 1910. 

*ANDRE"W DUNN, b. Gardner, Mass., June 15, 1813. N. T. 
I. 1839-42; ord. Winchendon, Aug. 20, 1842; p. Royalston and 
Winchendon ch., 1842— July 1847; Winchendon, 1848-52; 
Holden, 1853; North Bridgewater, 1854; Weymouth, 1855-58; 
Chatham, 1858-60; Still River, 1860-63; East Gloucester, 1863- 
67; East Haverhill 1867-71; Rowley, 1871-74; West Newbury, 
1874-78; East Brookfield, 1878-81; Fitzwilliam, N. H., 1881— 
July 1887; West Royalston, Mass., Aug. 1887-91; w. c. Royal- 
ston, 1891-1901; d. Royalston, July 13, 1901. 

^ROBERT ALEXANDER FYFE, b. St. Andre, Can., Oct. 
20,1817. H. L.T.I. ; N. T. I. 1839-42; ord. Brookline, Aug. 
25 1842; p. Perth, Can., 1842-43; pres. Bapt. C, Montreal, 
1843; p. March St. ch., Toronto, 1844-48; Perth, 1848-49; 
Warren, R. I., 1849-53; Milwaukee, Wis., 1853-55; Bond St. 
ch., Toronto, Can., 1855-60; prin. Can. L. I. and prof. Theol., 
1860-78; d. Toronto, Sept. 4, 1878. D. D., M. U., 1858. 

*SERENO HOWE, b. Charlestown, Mass., Oct. 9, 1818. B. 
U. 1839; N. T. I. 1839-42; ord. Charlestown, Apr. 29, 1842; p. 
Hingham, 1842-49; 3d. ch., Lowell, 1849-56; Marshfield, 1856- 
62; South Abington, now Whitman, 1862-67; memb. Mass. 
leg. 1862, 1867; w. c. Norwell and Hingham, 1867-1906; d. 
Hingham, Mar. 8, 1906. 

*THOMAS EBENEZER KEELY, b. Ridgemont, Eng., June 
22, 1814. W. C. 1839; N. T. L 1839-42; ord. Haverhill, Sept. 
29, 1842; p. Kingston, 1842-53; Medford, 1854-57; South 
Danvers, 1857-61; River Falls, Wis., 1862-63; Hudson, 1863- 
70; Warren, 1871-72; w. c. Hudson, 1872-80; d. Hudson, Oct. 
6, 1880. 

*MOSES JONES KELLEY, b. New Sharon, Me., July 18, 
1817. W. C. 1838; N. T. I. 1839-42; ord. East Longmeadow, 
Sept. 14, 1842; p. East Longmeadow, 1842-43; Mendon, N. Y., 
1843-44; Saugerties, 1844-45; Amenia, 1845-46; ev. Mass., 
1846-48; p. Old Town, Me., 1848-49; ev. Me., 1849-62, with 
brief set., Frankfort, Gardiner, Nobleboro, twice, 1849-55, 
Liberty, Cherryfield, 1855 — Aug. 1858, Jefferson, Aug. 1858— 



50 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1842 

Sept. 1861; chapl. 6th Me. Vols., Aug. 1862— Aug. 1864; ev. 
111., 1865-66; ev. Me., and miss. Me. Bapt. Miss.Conv., 1866-69; 
chapl. Togus mil. Asylum, 1869-70; chapl. reg. army, 1870-79, 
on ret. list 1879-98; ev. Damariscotta, Me., Coopers Mills, and 
s. Bowdoinham, 1879-82; ev. Minneapolis, Minn., and vie, 
1882-83, 1885-98; p. St. James, 1883-85; d. Damariscotta, Me., 
Aug. 25, 1898. 

*JAMES S. MIMS, b. N. C, 1816. Col. C; N. T. I. 1839- 
42; prof. F. T. I., 1842-55; d. Greenville, S. C, 1855. 

*EZEKIEL OILMAN ROBINSON, b. Attleboro, Mass., Mar. 
23, 1815. B. U. 1838; N. T. I. Feb. 1839-42; ord. Nov. 1842; 
p. Norfolk, Va., 1842-45; Cambridge, Mass., 1845-46; prof. Bib. 
Interp., West. Bapt. Theol. I., Covington, Ky., 1846-50; p. 9th 
St. ch., Cincinnati, 0., 1850-53; prof. Theol., R. T. S., 1853-72, 
pres. 1860-72; pres. and prof. Phil., B. U., 1872-89; s. several 
chs., Philadelphia, Pa., and Baltimore, Md., 1889-91; prof. Eth. 
and Apol., U. Chic, 1892-94; lect. A. T. S., Y. D. S., C. T. S.; 
author, Lectures on Preaching, 1883; Principles and Practice 
of Morality, 1888; Christian Theology, 1894; Christian Evidences, 
1895 ; ed. Christian Review, 1859-64 ; trans. Neander's Planting 
and Training of the Christian Church, 1865; d. Boston, Mass., 
June 13, 1894. D. D., B. U., 1853; LL. D., B. U., 1872, H. U. 
1886. 

* JACOB RICHARDSON SCOTT, b. Boston, Mass., Mar. 1, 
1815. B. U. 1836; tea. Hyannis, Mass., 1836-38; Brookline, 
1839-40; N. T. I. 1838-39; 1840-42; ord. Petersburg, Va., 
Sept. 26, 1842; p. Petersburg, 1842-44; Hampton, 1844-47; 
chapl. U., Charlottesville, 1847-49; p. Portland, Me., 1849-53; 
Fall River, Mass., 1853-54; Rochester, N. Y., 1854-57; Yonkers, 
1858-60; supt. schs.. Maiden, Mass., 1861; d. Maiden, Dec. 10 
1861. 

*LUTHER STONE, b. North Oxford, Mass., Sept. 26, 1815. 
B. U. 1839; N. T. I. 1839-42; ord. North Oxford, Oct. 3, 1843; 
s. East Boston, 1843; Ellsworth, Me., 1843— spg. 1844; Bur- 
lington, la.. Mar. — July, 1845; Henry, Rock Island, Whiteside, 
and Lee Cos., July 1845— Apr. 1846; p. Rockford, 111., Apr. 
1846— July 1847; act. p. Istch., Chicago, July 1847— July 1848; 
ed. Watchman of the Prairies, Chicago, Aug. 1847 — July 1853; 
res. Chicago, 1847-90; d. Chicago, July 9, 1890. 



*CharIes Manning Bowers, b. Boston, Mass., Jan. 10, 1817. 
B. U. 1838; N. T. I. 1839-40; ord. Sept. 9, 1841; p. Lexington, 
1841-45; Clinton, Mar. 1845— Apr. 1886; memb. Mass. leg. 
1855, 1856; p. Spencer, May. 1886— Nov. 1895; w. c. Clinton, 



1842] STUDENTS 51 

1895-1907; author, many memorial sketches; cont. to press; 
d. Clinton, Aug. 24, 1907. D. D., B. U., 1870. 

♦Alfred Colburn, b. Boston, Mass., June 26, 1815. B. U. 
1838; N. T. I. 1839— May 1840; ord. Westfie d, June 1, 1842; 
p. Westfield, 1842-44; Saco, Me., 1844-46; Warwick, R. I., 
Apr. 1846— Apr 1848; Sharon, Mass., July 1848— Oct. 1851; 
w. c. Boston, 1852-56; p. South Adams, 1856-57; Hampton 
Falls, N. H., Nov. 1859-63; Bradford, June 1863— Oct. 1867; 
Chelmsford, Mass., Oct. 1867— Nov. 1S6S: Ravnhi-n. Oct. 
1870-72; Taunton, Oct. 1872-73; Hopklnton, l:w.J-7G; Con- 
way, 1876-77; w. c. Worcester, Sept. 1877-92; d. Worcester, 
Feb. 27, 1892. 

* William Douglas, b. Pollock Shaws, near Glasgow, Scot., 
Dec. 25, 1812. B. U. 1839; N. T. I. 1839— Feb. 1840; ord. 
Providence, R. I., Feb. 6, 1850; city miss, in Providence 
throughout life; off. pos. ; -agt. Fem. Dom. Miss. Soc, June 
1837— Sept. 1839, Apr. 1840— Jan. 1856; gen. agt. Providence 
Aid Soc, Jan. 1856— July 1864; regis. B. U., July 1864— Sept. 
1879; chapl. Dexter Asylum, June 1837-62; chapl. R. I. State 
Prison, 1856— Dec. 1877; d. Providence, Sept. 29, 1887. 

♦William Lamson, b. Danversport, Mass., Feb. 22, 1813. W. 
C. 1835; tut. W. C; N. T. I. 1839-41; ord. 1836; p. Gloucester, 
1836-39; Thomaston, Me., 1840-42; Gloucester, Mass., 1842- 
48; Portsmouth, N. H., 1848-59; Brookline, Mass., 1859-75; d. 
Gloucester, Nov. 29, 1882. D. D., W. C, 1856. 

♦George Whitney Patch, b. Boston, Mass., Apr. 30, 1817. 
B. U. 1839; N. T. I. 1839-40; ord. Oct. 20, 1841; p. Wenham, 
1841-43; Sharon, 1843-48; Marblehead, 1848-74; memb. Mass. 
leg. 1864, 1865; d. Cambridgeport, Dec. 24, 1875. 

♦Samuel Richards, b. Philadelohia, Pa., Apr. 24, 1813. B. U. 
1838; N. T. I. 1839-40; ord. Sutton, Apr. 1842; p. Sutton, 
1842— Apr. 1843; Edgartown, Oct. 1844— Dec. 1847; Jefferson 
St. ch.. Providence, R. I., Dec. 1847-52; tea. vSalem, N. J., 2 
yrs. ; Providence, R. I., 1857-73; lit. work, Providence; d. 
Providence, Aug. 25, 1883. 

♦John Gano Richardson, b. Me thuen, now Lawrence, Mass., 
Mar. 18, 1815. B. U. 1839; N. T. I. 1839-40; ord. Milford, 
N. H., Apr. 1841; p. Milford, 1841-45; South Danvers, now 
Peabody, Mass., 1845-47; Lawrence, 1847-53; Newburyport, 
1853-56; Valley Falls, R. I., Nov. 1856— July 1862; Cumber- 
land Hill, 1862-64; Jefferson St. ch.. Providence, 1864-71; Med- 
ford, Mass., 1871-77; Paterson, N. J., 1877; w. c. Goshen, N. Y., 
1877-90; author, sermons; lectures on slavery, U. S. constitu- 
tion, temperance; d. Goshen, June 14, 1890. 



52 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION L1843 

^Benjamin Franklin Shaw, b. Gorham, Me., Oct. 26, 1815. 
W. C. 1833-36; D. C. 1837; tea. 1837-39; N. T. I. 1839-40; 
ord. China, Me., Mar. 16, 1843; p. China, 1843-53; health 
failed; in bus. Damariscotta; p. Liberty, 1880-61; Thomaston, 
1864-66; Waterville, 1866-69; Dexter, 1870-72; Skowhegan , 
1872-73; miss, labor in other chs.; res. Waterville, 1870-97; 
d. Waterville, Feb. 23, 1897. D. D., C. U., 1874. 

*Henry Greene Stewart, b. East Clarendon, Vt., Apr. 25, 1811. 
B. U. 1839; N. T. I. 1839-41; ord. Cumberland Hill, R. I., Aug. 
12, 1841; p. Cumberland Hill, 1841-50; Seekonk, Mass., 1850- 
52; memb. Mass. leg. 2 yrs.; agt. A. F. B. Soc. 1852-60; p. 
Warwick, R. I., 1860-63; agt. Freedmen's Bur. 1863-65; miss. 
R. I. State Conv. 1867-70; Indian agt., S. B. Nevada, 1870-71; 
d. Panaca, Nev., "July 6, 1871. 

^^Wimam A«gast«s White, b. Boston, Mass., Sept. 21, 1821. 
B. U.; N. T. I. 1839-40; serv. with St. Peter's Epis. ch., Butler, 
Pa., 1840-43, 1845-46; St. James ch., Downingtown, 1844; ord. 
dea., Mass., Sept. 28, 1842; pt. Pa., 1846; r. St. Timothy's ch., 
Roxborough, 1847-77; itin. miss. 1878; r. St. John's ch.. New 
London, Pa., 1879-84; ch. of the Holy Innocents, Tacony, Phila- 
delphia, 1884— Mar. 1897; d. Philadelphia, June 1, 1898. 



*Josiah McWhinnie, b. Glasgow, Scot., Apr. 28, 1810. N. T. I. 
1839-40; d. Newton Centre, May 1, 1840. 

23— *23 

1843 

^OLIVER FISKE, b. Holliston, Mass., July 22, 1819. B. U. 
1840; N T. I. 1840-43; not ord.; far. North Tewksbury, 1844- 
62; in bus. Boston, 1862- 65; far. North Andover, 1865-71; 
North Tewksbury, 1871-73; res. Lowell, 1873-85; North 
Chelmsford, May, 1885-1904; d. North Chelmsford, May 2, 
1904. 

^ABRAHAM HOLLEY GRANGER, b. Suffield, Conn., Oct. 
10, 1815. W. C. 1839; N. T. I. 1840-43; ord. Warren, Me., Nov. 
2, 1843; p. Warren, 1843-54; 4th ch.. Providence, R. I., 1854- 
77; Burrillville, 1881-91; d. Harrisville, Burrillville, Ju'y 22, 
1894. D. D., W. C, 1864. 

*SILAS LIVERMORE, b. Oxford, Mass., Mar. 15, 1812. 
B. U. 1842; N. T. I. 1837-39, 1842-43; ord. Va., Sept. 14, 1857; 
health failed, work often interrupted; tea., and pr., and agt., 
Va., N. C, Pa., Mo., Ky., and Ark., res. Shelbyville, 111.; Ger- 
mantown. Pa.; d. Germantown, Mar. 31, 1894. 



1844] STUDENTS 53 

*EPENETUS ALEXIS MARSHALL, b. Columbia, Ga., Feb. 
12, 1821. Col. C. 1839; N. T. I. 1840-43; notord.; ed. ands.; 
pres. Marshall C, Ga. ; filled important State oflf. ; d. Jan. 3, 1870. 

*STEPHEN HERVEY MIRICK, b. Salem, Mass., Jan. 9, 
1819. W. C. 1838; N. T. I. 1840-43; ord. Philadelphia, Pa., 
Nov. 1843; p. Cent, ch., Philadelphia, 6 mos., 1843-44; s. 
Charlottesville, Va., a few mos.; tea. Charlottesville, 1845-53; 
Washington, D. C, 1853-57; p. Camden, N. J., 1858; Lewis- 
burg, Pa., 1859-66; in govt, employ, Washington, D. C, 1867- 
83; ed. and writer; d. Washington, Oct. 29, 1883. 

*GEORGE WHITEFIELD SAMSON, b. Harvard, Mass., 
Sept. 29, 1819. B. U. 1839; N. T. I. 1840-43; ord. Washing- 
ton, D. C, Aug. 31, 1843; p. H St. ch., Washington, 1843-50, 
1852-59; Jamaica Plain, Mass., 1850-52; pres. Col. C, 1859-71; 
p. 1st ch., Washington, D. C, 1860-64; pres. Rutgers Fem. C, 
New York, N. Y., 1871-75; p. 1st ch., Harlem, 1873-81; 53rd 
St. ch.. New York, 1881-84; pres. Bib. Workers' C, New York, 
1884-96; pres. Rutgers Fem. C, 1886-96; author; To Daimo- 
nion, or the Spiritual Medium, 1852; 2d edition, entitled 
Spiritualism Tested, 1860; Appendix to Dagg's Theology, 1857; 
Outlines of the History of Ethics, 1860; Elements of Art Criticism, 
1867, 1868; The Atonement, 1878; Divine Law as to Wines, 
1880; English Revisers' Greek Text Unauthorized, 1882; Idols 
of Fashion and Culture, 1888; Classic Test of Authorship 
applied to the Scriptures, 1893; many sermons and sketches 
in periodicals; d. New York, Aug. 8, 1896. D. D., Col. C, 
1858; LL. D.,Bay. U. 



*Martin Brewer Anderson, b. Brunswick, Me., Feb. 12, 1815. 
W. C. 1840; N. T. L 1840-41; not ord.; tut. W. C. 1841; s. E 
St. ch., Washington, D. C, 1842-43; prof. Rhet., W. C, 1843-50; 
ed. New York Recorder, 1850-53; pres. U. R., 1853-88; prof. 
Polit. Econ., 1888-90, prof. Intel, and Mor. Phil., 1889; res. Fla., 
1889; d. Lake Helen, Fla., Feb. 26, 1890. LL. D., W. C, 1853, 
U. State N. Y., 1883; L. H. D., C. C, 1887. 

*Edwin Baxton Ballard, b. Shrewsbury, Vt., Sept. 12, 1813. 
H. L. T. I. 1836-39; N. T. I. Mar. 1841-42; ord. Middletown, 
Vt., July 9, 1840; miss. A. B. M. U., Burma., 1843-47; d. Maul- 
main, Apr. 5, 1847. 

*Sam«eI Glover, b. Mass., 1820. B. U. 1839; N. T. I. 1840- 
42; d. Brooklyn, N. Y., 1842. 

^William Stevens Knapp, b. Raynham, Mass., Sept. 19, 1812. 
W. C. 1840; N. T. I. 1840-42; ord. Sept. 11, 1845; p. Plainfield, 



54 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1844 

Conn., and Mechanicsville, 1842-45; Bloomfield, 1847-49; 
Johnstown, N. Y., 1850; Lanesboro, Mass., 1850-51; Canaan' 
N. Y., 1851-55; d. Canaan, Aug. 14, 1855. 

*Gcorge Knox, b. Saco, Me., Oct. 24, 1816. W. C. 1840; 
N. T. I. 1840-41; ord.; p. Topsham, Me., 1841-45; Cornish, 
1845-47; Lewiston, 1847-60; Brunswick, 1860-61; Lawrence, 
Mass., 1861-63; chapl. 3d Me. Vols.; d. Va., Oct. 31, 1864. 

*Thomas Hfcks Modge, b. Orrington, Me., Sept. 23, 1815 
Wes. U. 1840; N. T. I. 1840-42; U. T. S. 1842-43; ord. Lowell. 
Mass., June 29, 1845; Meth. itin., Mass., 1843-47; prof. Sac. 
Lit., McKendree C, Lebanon, 111., 1847-62; prof. Sac. Lit., 
Baker U., Baldwin City, Kans., 1862; d. Baldwin City. Tulv 24* 
1862. ^'J J' . 

*Hervey Isaac Parker, b. Cavendish, Vt., Nov. 12, 1812 
D. C. 1 yr.; H. U. 1840; N. T. I. 1840-41; ord. Manchester, 
Vt., Feb. 1842; p. Manchester, 1842-46; Burlington, 1846-54; 
agt. Fairfax I. and Way U., Wis., 2 yrs. each; p. Beaver Dam 
1856-61; Austin, Minn., 1861-72; Visalia, Cal., 1873; Santa 
Barbara, 1874-77; Santa Ana, 1877-83; d. Riverside, Tan. 30 
1885. D. D., Cal. C, 1881. 

* Joseph Stockbridge, b. Yarmouth, Me., July 14, 1811. B. C 
1830; H. U. LawSch.; N. T. I. 1840-41; ord. New York, N. Y., 
1842; chapl. U. S. Navy, Sept. 1841-73; on ret. list., 1873-94; 
asst. ed. New York Recorder; asst. ed. Natiional Baptist, aut. 
1865 —Apr. 1867; w. c. Plainfield N. J., and Philadelphia, Pa., 
July 1873-94; d. Philadelphia, Nov. 16, 1894. D. D., West 
U. P., 1868. 

*Henry Griggs Weston, b. Lynn, Mass., Sept. 11, 1820. B. U. 
1840; N. T. I. 1840-42; ord. Frankfort, Ky., May 1843; p. 
Washington, 111., 1843-46; Peoria, 1846-59; Oliver St. ch.. New 
York, N. Y., 1859-68; pres. C. T. S., and Mrs. John P Crozer 
prof. Preaching and Past. Dut., 1868-1909; author, Matthew 
the Genesis of the New Testament; many sermons, addresses, 
articles in periodicals ; ed. Baptist Quarterly, \m^-l&; d. Upland 
Pa., Feb. 6, 1909. D. D., U. R., 1859; LL. D., B. U., Bu U 
and S. W. U. 1891, D. U., 1896. 15— *15 

1844 

*OBIL WINSOR BRIGGS, b. Waterville, Me., Aug. 1820. 
B. U. 1840; N. T. I 1841-44; ord. Baltimore, Md., Dec. 22, 
1844; p. Balfmore; Alexandria, Va.; Philadelphia, Pa.; 
Brooklyn, N Y.; chapl. U. S. Army in civ. war; w. c. San 
Francisco, Cal.; Berkeley; d. San Francisco, Nov. 11, 1902. 



1344] STUDENTS 55 

*GEORGE WASHINGTON GATE, b. Sanbornton, N. H., 
Feb. 1815. B. U. 1841; N. T. I. 1841-44; ord. Barre, 1844; p. 
Barre, 1844-48; d. Barre, May 13, 1849. 

*WILLIAM CHAUNCY CHILD, b. Johnstown, N. Y., Aug. 
1817. U. C. 1840; N. T. I. 1841-44; ord. Charlestown, Oct. 30, 
1844; p. Charlestown, 1844-50; Framingham, 1851-59; dist. 
sec. A. T. Soc. 1861-69; A. B. P. S. 1869-73; ed. dept. Watchman 
and Reflector, 1873-75; d. Boston, Jan. 14, 1876. D. D., U. C. 

^BENJAMIN ALEXANDER EDWARDS, b. Framingham, 
Mass., Mar. 24, 1812. B. U. 1841; N. T. L 1841-44;1 ord. Jan. 
1845; p. Grafton, 1845-49; Watertown, 1850-54; Newtonville, 
1854-56- Plymouth, 1856-60; Holliston, 1860-65; Sharon, 
1865-72; Bolton, 1872-79; d. Bolton, Feb. 28, 1879. 

*PETER CUTTINER EDWARDS, b. Myrtle Hill, S. C, Feb. 
8 1819 S. C. C. 1840; N. T. L 1841-44; U. T. S. 1844-45; 
prof. Bib. Lit. and Exeg., F. T. I., 1846-58; prof. Anc. Lang., 
Fur. U., 1858-67; d. Greenville, S. C, May 15, 1867. 

*ORSON GAYLORD FOSTER, b. Whiting, Vt., 1816. Mid. 

C. 1840; N. T. I. 1840— Jan. 1842, May 1843-44; tea. Judson 
Coll. I., Miss., 1844-45; colp. A. T. Soc; d. Claiborne, Ala., 
Mar. 21, 1845. 

* JOSEPH CHARLES HARTSHORN, b. Boston, Mass., Oct. 
27, 1812. B. U. 1841; N. T. I. 1841-44; ord. Georgetown, Oct. 
1844; p. Georgetown, 1844-48; health failed; in bus. Provi- 
dence, R. I., 1850-84; w. c. Newton Centre, Mass., 1884-89; 
fd. Hartshorn Mem. C, Richmond, Va., 1884; d. Newton 
Centre, July 11, 1889. 

*THOMAS MERRILL, b. Newbury, Mass., May 19, 1814. 
W. C. 1841; N. T. I. 1841-44; ord. Mar. 1846; p. Baring, Me., 
1846-47; health failed; w. c. Newburyport, Mass., 1847-49; d. 
Sacramento, Cal., Oct. 24, 1849. 

*CHARLES PLATTS, b. Saybrook, Conn., July 28, 1808. 
Gr. C. 1840; N. T. I. 1841-44; ord. Homer, O., Feb. 18, 1846; 
p. Owl Creek, 1846-51; Springfield and Fairfield; Middletown; 
Beaver Creek; health failed; s. Mattoon, 111., d. Denmark, la., 
Dec. 21, 1876. 

^HORACE RICHARDSON, b. Cornish, N. H., Dec. 2, 1814. 

D. C. 1841; N. T. I. 1841-44; ord. Keene, N. H., 1845; p. 
Keene, U yrs.; West Acton, Mass., 1846-53; lone, Cal.; Vol- 
cano; Petaluma; San Pablo; agt. Freedmen's Bur. ; agt. Cal. 
Bib. Soc; agt. Nev. Bib. Soc, 1874-76; d. Oakland, Cal., 
Mar. 15, 1876. 



56 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1845 

*JOHN CALVIN STOCKBRIDGE, b. Yarmouth, Me., June 
14, 1818. B. C; B. U. 1838; tea. Cummington, Mass., 1838-39; 
Warren, R. I., 1839-41; N. T. I. 1841-44; ord. Waterville, Me., 
Jan. 8, 1845; p. Waterville, 1844-47; Wobum, Mass., 1847-52; 
act. p. 1st eh.. Providence, R. I., 1852-53; p. Charles St. ch., 
Boston, Mass., 1853-Gl; act. p. Baldwin PI. ch., 1861-62; chapl. 
Deer Island, 1862; act. p. Gary Ave. ch., Chelsea, Jan. 1863— 
Feb. 1865; p. Free St. ch., Portland, Me., aut. 1865-67; tea. 
Providence, R. I., 1867-77; act. p. 3d ch.. Providence, 3 yrs.; 
author, A Model Pastor, a Memoir of Baron Stow, 1871; An- 
thony Memorial: a Catalogue of the Harris Collection of American 
Poetry, 1886; Memorials of the Mauran Family, 1893; cont. to 
M'Clintock and Strong Cyclopedia of Biblical Literature; Baptist 
Encyclopedia; Biographical Cyclopedia of Rhode Island; and to 
periodicals; res. Providence, 1877-90; d. Providence, Apr. 3, 
1896. D. D., H. U., 1859. 11— *11 

1845 

*KAZLITT ARVINE, name originally SILAS WHEELOCK 
PALMER, changed by Mass. leg. while at Newton, b. Center- 
ville, N. Y., Dec. 18, 1819. Wes. U. 1841; N. T. I. 1842-45; 
ord. Nov. 6, 1845; p. Woonsocket, R. I., 1845-47; Providence 
ch.. New York, N. Y., 1847-49; West Boylston, Mass., 1849-51; 
author. Cyclopedia of Moral and Religious Anecdote, 1848; a 
volume of poems; sermons; d. Worcester, July 15, 1851. 

*KENDALL BROOKS, b. Roxbury, Mass., Sept. 3, 1821. 
B. U. 1841; tut. Col. C. 1841-43; N. T. I. 1842-45; ord. Rox- 
bury, Aug. 31, 1845; p. Eastport, Me., 1845-52; assoc. sec. A. B. 
P. S., 1852-53; prof. Math, and Nat. Phil., W. C, 1852-55; 
p. Fitchburg, Mass., 1855-65; ed. National Baptist, 1865-68; 
pres. Kal. C, 1868-86; prof. Alma C, Alma, Mich., Sept. 1888- 
98; d. Alma, Feb. 15, 1898. D. D., B. U., 1866. 

*ISAAC JULIAN BURGESS, b. Batavia, Java, Jan. 4, 1820. 
B. U. 1842; N. T. I. 1842-45; ord. Pomfret, Conn., Oct. 9, 1845; 
p. Pomfret, 1845-47; Limerock, R. I., 1847-51; agt. Am. S. S. 
Un. 1851-53; p. 1st ch., Calais, Me,, 1853-65; Allendale, R. I., 
and Allenville, 1865-67; U. S. Christ. Cmn., 6 weeks in 1864; 
p. West Dedham, Mass., 1867-71; 3d ch., Middleboro, 1871-75; 
Hampton Falls, N. H., 1876 — June 1885; w. c. East Dedham, 
Mass., Oct. 1887-96; s. Canaan, N. H., Aug. 1892— Sept. 1893; 
w. c. Hyde Park, Mass., 1896-1903; d. Hyde Park, Feb. 26, 
1903. 

*SAMUEL LUNT CALDWELL, b. Newburyport, Mass., 
Nov. 13, 1820. W. C. 1839; N. T. I. 1842-45; s. Alexandria, 
Va., win. 1845-46; ord. Bangor, Me., Aug. 1846; p. 1st ch.. 



1845] STUDENTS 57 

Bangor, June 1S46 — June 1858; 1st ch., Providence, R. I., 
June, 1858— Sept. 1873; prof. Ch. Hist., N. T. I., 1873-78; 
pres. Vassar, C. 1878-85; w. c. Providence, R. I., 1885-89; 
author. Sermons, 1865; Literature in Account with Life, 1885; 
Cities of Our Faith, 1890; many mem. discourses ; ed. (with Dr. 
A. J. Gordon) Service of Song for Baptist Churches, 1^71, 1878, 
1881; d. Providence, Sept. 26, 1889. D. D., W. C, 1858; 
LL. D., B. U., 1884. 

*CHARLES KENDRICK COLVER, b. Clarendon, Vt., May 
22, 1821. B. U. 1842; N. T. I. 1842-45; ord. Watertown, Jan, 
8, 1846; p. Watertown, 1846-50; Pleasant St. ch., Worcester. 
1850-54; Detroit, Mich., 1857-58; Charlestown, Mass., 1858-60; 
Abington, 1860-61; Andover, 1861-64; Elgin, 111., 1864-68; Mt. 
Carroll, Ind., 1868-?; New Lisbon, Wis., May 1871— May 
1873; Menomonie, 1873-75; River Falls, 1875-79?; w. c. 
Chicago, 111., 1879-96; d. Chicago, Oct. 24, 1896. 

*HENRY VAUGHAN DEXTER, b. Wayne, Me., Apr. 3, 
1815. W. C. 1842; N. T. I. 1842-45; ord. Brookline, Sept. 7, 
1845; p. 2d ch., Calais, Me., Sept. 1845— Apr. 1854; Augusta, 
Sept. 1854— June 1860; 2d ch., Calais, Oct. 1860— Apr. 1869; 
Kennebunkport, Apr. 1869 — Apr. 1871; Baldwinsville, Mass., 
Oct. 1871— Oct. 1875; d. Baldwinsville, July 23, 1884. D. D., 
C. U., 1871. 

*EBENEZER DODGE, b. Salem, Mass., Apr. 22, 1819. B. 
U. 1840; tea. Shelbume Falls, Mass., 1840-42; N. T. I. 1842-45; 
tea. Heb., Newport, Ky., 1845-46; ord. Salem, Mass., Sept. 3, 
1845; p. New Hampton, N.H., 1846-49; New London 1849-53; 
prof. Bib. Crit. and Interp., H. T. S., 1853-60, prof. Theol. 
1860-90, pres. M. U. 1868-90; author, Evidences of Christianity, 
1869, 1876; Lectures on Christian Theology, 1875; cont. to 
reviews; d. Hamilton, N. Y., Jan. 5, 1890. D. D., B. U., 1861; 
LL. D., U. Chic, 1869. 

*LUTHER DANA HILL, b. Newport, O., Dec. 6, 1816. Mar. 
C. 1842; L. T. S. 1842-43; N. T. I. 1843-45; ord. Woonsocket, 
R. I., Dec. 9, 1847; p. Woonsocket, 1847-51; Dover, N. H., 
1851-54; Turner, Me., 1854-60; Thomaston, 1860-62; Bath, 
1866-70; Reading, Mass., 1870-74; Waldoboro, Me., 1874-79; 
Buxton, 1879-81; Springvale, 1881-82; s. s. Lyman, 1882-83; 
p. South St. George, 1883-84; d. Waldoboro, Aug. 29, 1884. 

JOHN HUNT, b. Lowell, Mass., Oct. 17, 1822. B. U. 1842; 
N. T. I. 1842-45; U. T. S. 1845-46; ord. Richmond, N. H., 
Nov. 14, 1849; min. and tea., Sutton, aut. 1846-47; Drewsville, 
1847-48; Richmond, aut. 1848-53; near Rutland, Vt., 1853-54; 
Hollis, N. H., 1854-55; Hinesburg Vt., 1855-56; Wendell, 



58 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1845 

Mass., spg. 1856-61 ; Dublin, now Chesham, N. H., aut. 1862-67; 
Pleasant Valley, now Plain City, O., 1867—; ad. Plain City, O. 

*HEMAN LINCOLN, b. Boston, Mass., Apr. 14, 1821. B. U. 
1840; N. T. I. 1842-45; ord. Boston, Sept. 21, 1845; p. New 
Britain, Pa., 1845-50; Philadelphia, 1850-53; Jamaica Plain, 
Mass., 1853-59; Cent, ch.. Providence, R. I., 1860-68; prof. Ch. 
Hist., N. T. I., 1868-73 1878-87, prof. Homil., Past Dut., and 
Ch. Pol., 1873-78; author. Outline Lectures in Chucrh History, 
1884; Outline Lectures in History of Doctrine, 1885; sermons, 
syllabi, articles in rel. press; ed. Christian Chronicle, 1848-53; 
ed. Watchman and Reflector, 1854-67; d. Newton Centre, Mass., 
Oct. 18, 1887. D. D., U. R., 1865. 

*SILAS WHEELOCK PALMER (see KAZLITT ARVINE.) 

* JULIUS SMITH SHAILER, b. Haddam, Conn., May 21, 
1813. B. U. U yrs.; prin. C. L. I. 3 yrs.; tea. Middletown, 
Conn., 2 yrs.; N. T. I. 1842-45; ord. 1845; p. 2d. ch., Roxbury, 
Mass., 1845-54; in bus. Roxbury,; d. Roxbury, Apr. 4, 1881. 

*John Sexton James, b. Philadelphia, Pa., 1818. B. U. 1842; 
N. T. I. 1842-44; Jef. Med. C. 1844-46; M. D.; med. miss. S. 
B. C, China, 1846-48; drowned, Hong Kong, Apr. 15, 1848. 

*Isaac Niles, b. Willington, Conn., 1816. H. L. T. I. 1842; 
N. T. I. 1842-44; not ord.; act. p. Lebanon, O., 1845-50?; 
in grain bus., Chicago, 111.; d. Chicago, Mar. 4, 1877. 

*Josiah Torrey Smith, b. Williamstown, Mass., Aug. 4, 1815. 
Wms. C. 1842; N. T. I. 1842-44; ord. Lanesboro, May 1845; 
p. Lanesboro, 1845-46; Sandisfield, Oct. 1846-51; Hinsdale, 
1851-53; Sandisfield, 1853-54; Bristol, Conn., spg. 1854-56; 
Amherst, Mass., aut. 1856-65; Woodstock, Conn., spg. 1865-68; 
Warwick, R. I., aut. 1868-83; memb. R. I. leg., 1876; p. Royal- 
ston, Mass., 1883-88; d. Royalston, May 17, 1888. D. D., 
Cent. U., 1880. 

♦Franklin "Wilson, b. Baltimore, Md., Dec. 8, 1822. B. U. 
1841; N. T. I. 1842-44; ord. Baltimore, Md., Jan. 18, 1846; p. 
Waverly, 1845-46; Huntington, 1846-47; High St. ch., Balti- 
more, Apr. 1847-52; ed. True Union, 1851-57, 1861; ed. Christian 
Review, 1857-59; ed. Maryland Baptist, 1865; sec. Exec. 
Bd. Md. Bapt. Un. Assoc, 1846-74; asst. p. Franklin Sq. ch., 
Baltimore, 1854-96; author, tracts, pamphlets, essays; d. 
Baltimore, Oct. 14, 1896. D. D., Col. C, 1865. 



♦William Batchelder Greene, b. Boston, Mass., Apr. 1, 1819. 
U. S. Mil. A.; lieut. U. S. Army; N. T. I. 1842-44; p. Unit, ch., 



1846] STUDENTS 59 

Brookiield; col. 14th Mass. Vols, ; d. Weston, Eng, May 30, 1878. 

16— *15 

1846 

*AMORY GALE, b. Royalston, Mass., Aug. 24, 1815. B. U. 
1843; N. T. I. 1843-46; ord. Ware, Nov. 11, 1846; p. Ware, 
1846-50; Lee, 1850-57; Minneapolis, Minn., 1857-58; gen. supt. 
miss., Minn., 1858-74; in Europe and Palestine, 1874; author, 
History of the Town of Lee, Mass., 1854; d. Jaffa, Syria, Nov. 
26, 1874. 

*ASA HOWARD GOULD, b. Charlestown, Mass., July 19, 
1814. B. U. 1842; N. T. I. 1843-46; ed. Watchman, 1846-47; 
ord. Baring, Me., Aug. 1847; p. Baring, 1847-56; East Auburn, 
1856-60; Lebanon, 1860-61; Alna, 1861-65; West Gardiner, 
1865-70; res. Livermore, s. chs., 1870-84; d. Livermore, July 
6, 1884. 

*LYMAN JEWETT, b. Waterford, Me., Mar. 9, 1813. B. U. 
1843; N. T. I. 1843-46; act. p. Webster, 1846-48; ord. Boston, 
Oct. 6, 1848; miss. A. B. M. U., Nellore, India, 1848-62, 1865- 
73; Madras, 1878-85; res. Fitchburg, Mass., 1885-97; author, 
(in Telugu) Commentary on Matthew's Gospel, 1874; trans. 
Revised New Testament into Telugu, 1882-85; d. Fitchburg, 
Jan. 7, 1897. D. D., B. U., 1872. 

♦CHARLES NEWHALL, b. Medford, Mass., Aug. 16, 1815. 
D. C. 1843; N. T. I. 1843-46; ord. Sutton, N. H., June 6, 1850; 
p. Sutton, Mar. 1848— Dec. 1851; Hanover, Mar. 1852— Apr. 
1855; Stratham, Aug. 1855 — Apr. 1859; Sanborn ton, July 
1859— Mar. 1861; Elm St. ch., Exeter, Apr. 1861— Mar. 1870; 
Albany, Vt., Apr. 1870— July 1872; Pottersville, N. H., Apr. 
1873— Oct. 1877; Brentwood, Nov. 1877— Nov. 1880; West 
Sutton, Mass., Dec. 1880— Nov. 1884; Pottersville, now Ches- 
ham, N. H., May 1885— Mar. 188S; w. c. Chesham, 1888-99; 
d. Roxbury, near Chesham, Feb. 12 or 13, 1899. 

*EDWARD WILLARD PRAY, b. Boston, Mass., June 25, 
1822. H. U. 1841; N. T. I. 1842-46; ord. Mt. Clemens, Mich., 
Feb. 1, 1848; p. Mt. Clemens, 1847— Oct. 1848; w. c. Boston, 
Mass.; p. Digby, N. S., Nov. 1849— Nov. 1850. tea. Boston, 
Mass.; p. New Ipswich, N. H., sum. 1853 — Dec. 1854; North 
Reading, Mass., Mar. 1855-57; Buckfield, Me., Dec. 1858-61; 
East Brookfield, Mass., Jan. 1864-66; Tyringham, May 1866- 
68; West Hartford, Conn., Sept. 1868— Mar. 1870; w. c. Welles- 
ley, Mass., Nov. 1870— June 1872; Rochester, N. Y.; d. 
Rochester, Feb. 10, 1888. 

*GEORGE SUMNER GODDARD SPENCE, b. Boston, 



60 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1846 

Mass., Dec. 21, 1819. B. U. 1839; N. T. I. 1843-46; ord. West 
Wrentham, now Sheldonville, Mar. 31, 1847; p. West Wrent- 
ham, 1847-48; Augusta, Me., 1849-51; in bus. Salem, Mass., 
occ. s. ; d. Salem, Sept. 6, 1863. 

*OAKMAN SPRAGUE STEARNS, b. Bath, Me., Oct. 20, 
1817. W. C. 1840; N. T. I. 1843-46; instr. Heb. N. T. I., 1846- 
47; ord. Southbridge, May. 19, 1847; p. Southbridge, 1847-54; 
Newark, N. J., 1854-55; Newton Centre, Mass., 1855-68; prof. 
Bib. Lit and Interp., N. T. I., 1868-70, Bib. Interp., O. T., 
1870_Aug. 1892, prof. em. Sept. 1892— Apr. 1893; author, 
Syllabus of Messianic Passages in the Old Testament, 1884; 
Introduction to the Books of the Old Testament, 1888, 1892; 
numerous mem. sketches; trans. Sartorius's Person of Christ, 
1848; ed. O. J. White's Responsive Readings from the Old and 
New Testaments, 1893, 1896; d. Newton Centre, Apr. 20, 1893. 
D. D., W. C, 1863. 

^William Savage [or Staughton] Chase, b. Washington, D. C, 
Dec. 12, 1822. B. U. 1842; tut. Ala. 1842-43; N. T. I. 1843- 
44; not ord.; newsp. cor., Paris, France, 1843-48, 1851-56; lib. 
Am. A. Arts and Sciences, Boston, Mass., 1848-51; mer., Chi- 
cago, 111., 1856-59; prof. Mod. Lang., R. C, 1859-61; tea. Rich- 
mond, Va., 1861-65; ed. staff Herald, New York, N. Y., 1865- 
72; ed. staff Express; ed. Vericour's History of French Literature; 
joint trans. Lamartine's History of the French Revolution, 1849; 
d. Paris, France, June 21, 1881. 

*Sam«eI Cornelius Clopton, b. New Kent Co., Va., 1816. 
R. C; Col. C. 1841; N. T. I. 1843-45; miss, to China; d. 
Canton, July 7, 1847. 

*CharIes Wesley Hewes, b. Lynnfield, Mass., Apr. 7, 1818. 
B. U. 1843; N. T. I. 1843-44; ord. Lonsdale, R. I., Aug. 19, 
1844; p. Lonsdale, 1844-50; Lansingburg, N. Y., 1850-57; 
tea. Troy, 1857-58; Indianapolis, Ind., 1858-67; Oakland, Cal., 
1869-70; p. St. Helena, 1871-76; act. prin. Mills S., San Fran- 
cisco, 1876-78; p. 5th ch., San. Francisco, 1878-81; d. Oakland, 
Dec. 28, 1881. 

*Edwin Theodore Winkler, b. Savannah, Ga., Nov. 13, 1823. 
B. U. 1843;N.T. 1. 1843-45; s. Columbus, Ga., 1845; ord. 1846; 
ed. Christian Index; p. Albany, Ga., 1847-49; Gillisonville, S. C, 
1849-52; ed. Southern Baptist and cor. sec. S. B. P. S., 1852-54; 
p. Charleston, 1854-72; Marion, Ala., 1872-83; ed. Alabama 
Baptist, 1874; Augusta Transcript, Sacred Lute; Catechism', 
d. Marion, Nov. 10, 1883. D. D., Fur. U., 1858. 



Reuben Albright Henry, b. Nazareth, Pa., Mar. 2, 1818. N. 



1847] STUDENTS 61 

T. I. 1842-44, 1845-46; not ord.; in bus. New York, N. Y.; 
Jersey City, N. J. ; ad. 283 Eighth St., Jersey City. 

*AnseI Graves Jones, b. Halifax, Vt., Dec. 31, 1810. N. T. I. 
1843-46; ord.; voice failed for pub. speaking; labored as colp., 
Wilmington, Del.; d. Kansas City, Mo., Apr. 1855. 

-"William Stowe, b. New Haven, Conn., Aug. 6, 1810. T. C; 
N. T. I. 1843-45; ord. Charlestown, June 25, 1845; p. Charles- 
town and Somerville ch., 1845-50; East Tisbury, 1850-52; 1st 
ch. Colerain, 1852-55; Westerly, R. I., 1855-57; ord. dea. 
Epis. ch., Sept. 30, 1857, pt. Apr. 28, 1858; r. Bristol, 1857-65; 
Port Huron, Mich., 1865-74; Grand Haven, 1874-77; Clyde, 
N. Y., 1877-82; Redwood City, Cal., and Belmont, 1883-84; 
Menlo Park, 1884-97; r. em. Menlo Park, 1897-99; d. Menlo 
Park, July 13, 1899. 



*David Greene Mason, b. Chichester, N. H., 1816. N. T. I. 
1843-44; p. Henniker, N. H., 1844-56; health failed ; in bus.; d. 
Keene, Mar. 14, 1862. 15— *14 

1847 

=:^SAMUEL WATERS AVERY, b. Jefferson, Me., July 4, 
1814. W. C. 1840; N. T. I. 1844-47; ord. Lubec, Me., May 
1849; p. Lubec, 1849-51; Searsport, 1851-57; Fayette, 1857- 
63; Lisbon Falls, 1863-67; in bus. Lisbon Falls, 1867-75; d. 
Lisbon Falls, Dec. 17, 1875. 

^ALBERT BALDWIN, b. Orange, N. J., Sept. 1, 1814. Gr. 
C. 1844; N. T. I. 1844-47; ord. North Wrentham, Sept. 12, 
1848; p. North Wrentham, 1848-50; Haddam, Conn., 1850-53; 
Winchendon, Mass., 1853-56; Lawrence, 111., 1860-61; Wal- 
worth, Wis., 1863-67; d. Walworth, Sept. 5, 1885. 

^ROBERT HENRY HARLOW, b. Boston, Mass., May 14, 
1817. H. U. 1841; N. T. I. 1844-47; pr. in many places ; ord. 
Boston, Mass., July 10, 1859; p. Osterville, 1859-? ; tea. 
Taunton; N. H.; Boston, Mass., and vie; d. WoUaston, Oct. 
14, 1906. 

-ANDREW LEVERING, b. Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 4, 1824. 
U. P. 1843; N. T. I. 1844-47; ord. Pottsville, Pa., late Nov. 
1847; p. Pottsville, June 1847— Jan. 1853; w. c. Philadelphia, 
1853-63; d. Philadelphia, Dee. 16, 1863. 

^JOSEPH H. MATHER, b. Lyme, Conn., Sept. 26, 1820. 
B. U. 2 yrs.; N. T. I. 1844-47; d. Deep River, Conn., May 5, 
1852. 



62 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1847 

*LORENZO DOW ROYCE, b. Sharon, Vt., Oct. 5, 1820. 
W. C. 1844; N. T. I. 1844-47; ord. Oct. 17, 1848; p. 2d ch., 
Thomaston, Me., 1848-50; d. Thomaston, Sept. 3, 1850. 

♦JONATHAN EDWIN WHITAKER, b. Wendell, Mass., 
Feb. 17,1821. B. U. 1844; N. T. 1.1844-47; not ord.; 
machinist and man. of sawmills, res. Wendell, 1847-51 ; Orange, 
1851-52; Fitchburg; Wendell; Athol; Shelbyville, Del., 
1855-77; Whaleysville, Md., 1877-91; Berlin, 1891-97; d. 
Berlin, Dec. 9, 1897. 



*Richard Lentell, b. Weston, Mass., 1815. B. U. 1844; 
N. T. I. 1844-47; ord. Conway, Mass., 1847; p South Dart- 
mouth, 2 yrs. ; New Orleans, La.; d. New Orleans, Sept. 24, 
1851. 

*BasiI Manly, b. Edgefield Dictrict, S. C, Dec. 19, 1823. 
U. A. 1843; N. T. I. 1844-45; P. T. S. 1845-47; ord. Tus- 
caloosa, Ala., Jan. 30, 1848; p. Providence, 1848-49; s. Tusca- 
loosa, 1849-50; p. 1st. ch., Richmond, Va., 1850-54; fd. Rich- 
mond Fem. Inst., pres. 1854-59; prof. Bib. Introd. and O. T. 
Interp., S. B. T. S., Greenville, S. C, 1859-71; s. or p. several 
chs.; pres. G. C, 1871-79; prof. Bib. Interp., O. T., S. B. T. S., 
Louisville, Ky., 1879-92; joint compiler Baptist Psalmody, 
1850; d. Louisville, Jan. 31, 1892. D. D., U. A., 1859; LL. D., 
A. C. A., 1874. 

*Samson Powers, b. Waterville, Me., Oct. 28, 1815. W. C. 
1844; N. T. I. Feb. 1845-46; tea. Townshend A., Vt., 1847-48; 
ord. Winthrop, Me., Jan. 1849; p. Winthrop, 1848-53; miss. 
Ellsworth, 1854; s. Addison, 1855-57; p. Mt. Vernon, 1857-65; 
S.Alfred, 1865-67; tea. Alfred, 1866-67; s. Acton, 1807-70; p. 
Litchfield, 1870-75; Monmouth, 1870-82; w. c. Litchfield, 
1882-98; d. Lowell, Mass., Jan. 1, 1899. 

*George Woodbridge Stickney, b. Clinton, Me., Mar. 20, 1826. 
W. C. 1844; N. T. I. 1844-46; ord. Camden, Me., Feb. 1848; 
p. Camden; d. Waterville, Oct. 15, 1850. 

*Horace Wellington, b. West Cambridge, now Belmont, Mass., 
Nov. 13, 1815. O. C. 1844; O. T. S. 1845; N. T.I. 1845-46; 
ord. Spring Arbor, Mich., Oct. 1847; pr. and tea. in Hills. C, 
Mich. 1846-49; p. Cong, ch., St. Johnsbury, Vt., 1850-60; 
Hartford, 1861-09; w. c. Boston Highlands, 1869-99; d. Rox- 
bury, Nov. 20, 1899. 

*John Wilson Montgomery Williams, b. Portsmouth, Va., 
Apr. 7, 1820. Col. C. 1843; N. T. I. 1844-45; ord. Norfolk, Va., 
Mar. 1846; p. Jerusalem, 1846-47; Lynchburg, 1847-50; 1st. 



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ch., Baltimore, Md., 1851— Jan. 1891, p. em. 1891-94; d. 
Chapel Hill, N. C, Aug. 28, 1894. D. D., Col. C, 1866. 



♦RoswcII Cook Palmer, b. Montville, Conn., May 10, 1816. 
H. L. T. I. 1834-36; N. T. I. 1844-45; ord. Hermitage, 
N. Y., Dec. 12, 1838; p. Wyoming; Middlebury; Attica; Beth- 
any; Alabama; 8 yrs. in cent. 111.; often asst. other p. in rev.; 
d. Leroy, N. Y., July 8, 1881. 14— *14 

1848 

*WILLIAM HADLEY EATON, b. Goffstown, N. H., Sept. 4, 
1818. B. U. 1845; N. T. I. 1845-48; ord. Salem, Aug. 16, 
1849; p. 2d ch., Salem, 1849— Dec. 1854; agt. N. L. L. S. I. or 
C. A., 1854-56, 1866-67, 1889-90; p. Nashua, N. H., Tan. 1856 
—Feb. 1870; agt. N. T. I. 1870-71; p. Keene, N. H., Sept. 
1872— Apr. 1889; w. c. Nashua, 1889-96; d. Nashua, June 10, 
1896. D. D., B. U., 1867. 

*DAVID BARNES FORD, b. South Scituate, now Norwell, 
Mass., Nov. 10, 1820. B. U. 1845; N. T. I. 1845-48; asst. instr. 
Heb., N. T. I., 1847-49; ord. Canton, Sept. 25, 1851; p. Canton, 
1851-54; occ. s.; s. Marshfield, 1864-68; author, Studies on the 
Baptismal Question, 1879; The Centennial History of the First: 
Baptist Church in Marshfield, Mass., 1888; Life of Isaac Backus, 
1889; New Engla^tid's Struggle for Religious Liberty, 1895; 
History of Hanover Academy, 1899; ed. Dr. A. N. Arnold's 
Commentary on Romans, (Am. Comm.) 1889; trans, (with Dr. 
A. Hovey) Perthes's Life of Chrysosiom, 1854; cont. to Bibliotheca 
Sacra and reviews; w. c. Hanover, 1885-1903; d. Hanover, 
May 3, 1903. D. D., B. U., 1898. 

*FOSTER HENRY, b. Perkinsville, Weathersfield, Vt., Apr. 
7, 1817. B. U. 1845; N. T. I. 1845-48; ord. Tyringham, Nov. 
24, 1852; p. Tyringham, 1852-57; Pawtuxet, R. I., 1857-61; 
Danversport, Mass., 1862-65; Newport, N. H., 1866-72; 
NorthBennington.Vt., 1872-80; Cavendish, 1880-85; Hinsdale, 
N. H., 1885-86; d. Hinsdale, Apr. 4, 1886. 

*ALVAH HOVEY, b. Greene, N. Y., Mar. 5, 1820. D. C. 
1844; N. T. I. 1845-48; pr. New Gloucester, Me., 1848-49; ord. 
Boston, Mass., Jan. 13, 1850; asst. Instr. Heb. N. T. I., 1849-54, 
act. prof. Bib. Lit. and Interp., 1851-52, 1858-59, prof. Ch. Hist. 
1853-54, prof. Chist. Theol. 1854-70, prof Theol. and Christ. 
Eth. 1870-99, prof. Gen. Introds. and Apol., 1899-1903; pres. 
1868-98, act. prof. Bib. Interp., N. T., 1892-94; author. 
Memoir of the Life and Times of the Rev. Isaac Backus, 1858, 



64 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1849 

1859; State of the Impenitent Dead, 1859, 1875; Outlines of 
Christian Theology, 1861, 1870; Miracles of Christ as Attested 
by the Evangelists, 1864; Scriptural Law of Divorce, 1866; God 
with Us, 1872; Religion and the State, 1874; Manual of System- 
atic Theology and Christian Ethics, 1880, 1900; Commentary 
on the Gospel of John, (Am. Comm.) 1885; Biblical Eschatology, 
1888; Commentary on Galatians, (Am. Comm.) 1890; Studies 
in Ethics and Religion, 1892; Christian Teaching and Life, 
1895; Barnas Sears, a Christian Educator, 1902; many ad- 
dresses, essays, pamphlets, and syllabi; ed. American Com- 
mentary; cont. to many periodicals; d. Newton Centre, Sept. 
6, 1903. D. D., B. U., 1856; LL. D., R. C. and D. U., 1876. 

*JAMES MUNROE SYMONDS, b. Salem, Mass., July 1817. 
B. U. 1845; N. T. I. 1845-48; ord. Amesbury, June 14, 1849; p. 
Amesbury, 1849; d. Salem, Oct. 17, 1849. 

*John W. Johnson, b. Effingham, N. H., 1819. A. C. 2 yrs.; 
N. T. I. 1845-47; ord. June 3, 1847; miss. Hong Kong, China, 
1846-60; Swatow, 1860-72; d. Swatow, Oct. 21, 1872. 

*Harrison Carleton Page, b. Dunbarton, N. H., Jan. 15, 1820. 
B. U. 1843; tut. B. U. 1843-46; N. T. I. Jan. 1846-47; d. New- 
ton Centre, Aug. 9, 1847. 

*Edgar Whidden, b. St. George, N. B., Apr. 30, 1825. W. C. 
1844; N T. I. 1845-47; tea. Calais, Me., 1851-52, p.m. 1853- 
61, city coun. 1862, jud. munic. ct. 1880-81, tri. just. 1880-87, 
adm. to bar 1884; U. S. con., St. Stephen, N. B., 1893-97; res. 
Calais, Me., 1831— Oct. 1897; Worcester, Mass., 1897-1904; 
d. Worcester, Feb. 8, 1904. 



*Presley Underwood Ewing, b. Russellville, Logan Co., Ky., 
Sept. 1, 1822. G. C. 1844; N. T. I. 1845-46; not ord.; res. 
Logan Co., Ky.; memb. leg. 1848, 1849; memb. Congress 1851, 
1853; d. Mammoth Cave, Ky., Sept. 27, 1854. 

*Anen Sabin Hutchens, b. Spafford, N. Y., Dec. 8, 1817. Gr. 
C. 1843; tut. Gr. C, 1843-45; N. T. I. 1845-46; not ord.; tea. 
Norwalk, O., Jan. 1849— Apr. 1855; act. pres. and prof . Lat. 
and Gr., Wayland A., Beaver Dam, Wis., three times between 
1857 and 1877; d. Madison, Wis., July 11, 1903. 

10— *10 

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*EDWARD COFFIN ANDERSON, b. East Point, P. E. I., 
May 7, 1821. Ac. C. 1846; N. T. I. 1846-49; ord. Kalamazoo, 
Mich., Jan. 17, 1850; p. Kalamazoo, 1849-52; Amherst, Mass., 



1849] STUDENTS 65 

1852-53; Milford, N. H., 1853-58; prof. Gr. Kal. C, 1859-64; 
p. Marquette, Mich., 1864-65; Liverpool, N. S., 1865-66; Port- 
land, Ore., 1866-70; San Jose, Cal., 1870-71; Groveland, Mass., 
1872-73; prin. Petersham A., 1873-75; pres. Ottawa, U., 
Ottawa, Kans., 1875-76; p. Lake City, Minn., 1876-80; pres. 
McMinnville C, McMinnville, Ore., 1881-87; w. c. Iowa City, 
la., 1887-89; d. near Lansing, Mich., Jan. 29, 1890. D. D., 
Cent. U., 1869. 

*ELEAZER JAMES AVERY, b. Bozrah, Conn., Jan. 6, 1815. 
B. U. 1845; N. T. I. 1846-49; ord. 1850; p. Addison, Me., 1849- 
51; Pembroke, 1851-52; prin. W. A. 1852-54; prin. Lewis A., 
Southington, Conn., 1854-58; prin. Shelbume Falls A.; prin. 
Peddie Inst., Hightstown, N. J., 1876-81; d. Hightstown, Sept. 
23, 1881. 

* ALLEN ELEAZER BATTELL, b. Dover, Mass., Dec. 4, 
1815. W. A.; N. T. I. 1846-49; act. p. Hudson, Sept. 1849— 
Mar. 1852; ord. Marshfield, June 23, 1852; p. Marshfield, Apr. 
1852-55; Rockport, Apr. 1855— Apr. 1856; act. p. Ware Village, 
1856; Needham, 1856-57; p. West Townsend, Sept. 1857 — Aug. 
1859; 3d ch., Middleboro, June 1860— Apr. 1863; Osterville, 
Apr. 1863— Apr. 1865; South Yarmouth, Apr. 1865— Apr. 
1867; Brewster 6 mos. ; Dover, 1868; West Sutton, 1868— Apr. 
1871; Sandisfield, June 1871— Oct. 1873; Belchertown, Oct. 
1873— Apr. 1875; s. chs. 1875-81; w. c. Dover, 1881-95; d. 
Dover, Nov. 12, 1895. 

* JAMES WINCHELL CAPEN, b. Boston, Mass., Nov. 7, 
1822. W. C. 1845; N. T. I. 1845-47, 1848-49; ord. Nov. 9, 
1849; chapl. barque Pico, 7 mos.; p. 1st ch., Sacramento, Cal., 
1850-51; Pine St. ch., San Francisco, 1851-52; ord. Epis. dea. 
New York, N. Y., Dec. 18, 1853, pt. Albany, Dec. 13, 1854; 
miss. Herkimer and Otsego Cos., 1853 — aut. 1855, 1857-59, 
1861-67; r. Coloma, Cal., aut. 1855-57; Em. ch., Norwich, 
N. Y., 1857-59; Ocala, Fla., and vie, 1859-61; Trinity ch., St. 
Augustine, 1867-69; Whitney Point, N. Y., Sept. 1869-83; r. 
Grace ch. 13 yrs., miss. Broome Co., Barker, Marathon; later, 
min. Afton Harpursville ; miss. Binghamton, 1883-86; d. 
Binghamton, Dec. 27, 1886. 

*HUGH DEMPSEY, b. Londonderry, Ire., Aug. 1816. W. C. 
1846; N. T. I. 1846-49; ord. Jay, Me., June 1853; p. Jay, 
1853-59; d. Fairfield, May 11, 1859. 

*HENRY HUBBARD HAZELTON, b. Vt., 1817. D. C. 
1839; N. T. I. 1846-49; ord. Wales, July 10, 1850; p. Wales, 
Sept. 1849-51; d. in Mich., 1852. 



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[1849 



*FRANCIS EDWARD PREVAUX, b. Salisbury, Mass., 
1822. B. U. 1846; N. T. I. 1846-49; ord. Apr. 10, 1850; tea. 
and pr. San Francisco, Cal., and Oakland, 1850-59; d. Salisbury, 
Mass., May 12, 1861. 

^JOSEPH WALTER WARDER, b. near Russellville, Ky., 
Oct. 13, 1825. G. C. 1845; tea. Georgetown, 1845-46; N. T. I. 
1846-49; P. T. S. 1848— May 1849; ord. Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 
1849; p. Frankfort, 1849— Mar. 1851; Maysville, Apr. 1851— 
Mar. 1856; Lexington, Mo., Apr. 1856 — Mar. 1865; Atchison, 
Kans., Apr. 1865— Mar. 1867; Kansas City, Mo., Apr. 1867— 
Mar. 1870; Clinton, Apr. 1870— Mar. 1874; Lawrence, Kans., 
Apr. 1874— May 1875; Walnut St. ch., Louisville, Ky., July 
1875 — Junel880; cor. sec. Exec. Bd. Gen. Assoc. Bapt. in Ky. 
and supt.miss., July 1880-1905; d. Georgetown, Feb. 3, 1905. 
D.D., W. J. C, 1871. 



*Jtfdson Benjamin, b. Rodman, N. Y., Feb. 2, 1819. B. U 
1846; N. T. I. June 1847-48; ord. Oct. 13, 1848; miss. A. B. M 
U., Tavoy, Burma, 1849-50; Mergui, 1850-54; d. Boston, Mass. 
Feb. 20, 1855. 

*Aaron Wheeler Chaffin, b. Landgrove, Vt., July 9, 1821. B 
U. 1846; N. T. I. 1846-47; ord. Apr. 1850; p. Danversport 
1850-62; Merrimack St. ch., Manchester, N. H., 1863-68 
Hudson, 1808-73; d. Lynn, Mass., Feb. 3, 1874. 

*John Davis Edmands Jones, b. Needham, Mass., Nov. 11 
1819. B. U. 1845; tea. Newton Lower Falls, Mass., 1845-46 
N. T. I. 1846-47; tea. Troy, N. Y., 1847-49; ord. North Ben- 
nington, Vt., Nov. 1849; p. North Bennington, Sept. 1849 — Jan 
1855; 1st ch., Worcester, Mass., Apr. 1855 — May 1859; supt 
pub. schs., Worcester, 1859-66; s. chs. 1859-64; p. 2d ch., Graf- 
ton, 1864-75; supt. agen. State Mut. Life Assur. Co., 1866-93 
res. Worcester; d. Worcester, Jan. 12, 1893. 

*Noyes William Miner, b. North Stonington, Conn., Mar. 10 
1822. T. C. 1846; N. T. I. 1846-48; ord. Dec. 5, 1848; p 
East Longmeadow, 1848-51; Lebanon, Conn., 1851-52; Peeks- 
kill, N. Y., 1852-55; Istch., Springfield, 111., 1855-69; Belvidere 
1869-72; Oshkosh, Wis., 1872-78; Trenton, N. J., 1879-83 
Groton, Conn., 1883-86; sec. Bapt. min. home, New York, N. Y. 
1886-92; w. c. Paterson, N. J., 1892-93; d. Paterson, Apr. 14 
1893. D. D. 

*CaIvin Howe Topliff, b. Mansfield, Conn., Apr. 1, 1818. B 
U. 1846; N. T. I. 1846— Mar. 1847; miss. Collinsville, Conn. 
1847-49; Branford, 1849-50; ord. Charlestown, Mass., Sept. 24 
1850; p. Charlestown and Somerville ch., 1850-52; s. New 



1850] STUDENTS 67 

Ipswich, N. H., 1852; p. Weston, Mass., 1853-67; w. c. 1867- 
1907; res. Cambridgeport, Mass.; author, numerous pamphlets; 
d. Cambridge, Nov. 11, 1907. 

13— *13 
1850 

*SAMUEL NEWELL BENTLEY, b. Upper Stewiacke, N. S., 
July 4, 1822. Ac. C; N. T. L 1847-50; ord. Nov. 1851; p. 
Liverpool, N. S., 1851-56; Halifax, 1856-59; d. Halifax, Nov. 
26, 1859. 

*ELKANAH ANDREWS CUMMINGS, b. Parkman, Me., 
Jan. 31, 1820. W. C. 1847; N. T. I. 1847-50; ord. Amherst, 
May 8, 1851; p. Amherst, 1850-53; agt. A. B. M. U., 1853-55; 
fin. sec. Fem. C, Worcester, 1855-64; publ. Boston, 1864-68; 
p. m. Maplewood, 1868-77; pr. miss, ch., Maplewood, 1880; d. 
Maplewood, June 11, 1888. 

*JOHN BARTON FOSTER, b. Boston, Mass., Jan. 8, 1822. 
W. C. 1843; tea. China, Me., 1844-45; Lexington, Mass., 1845- 
46; N. T. I. 1847-50; ed. Zion's Advocate, 1850-58; prof. Gr. 
and Lat., C. U., 1858-72; Gr. 1872-93; prof. em. 1893-97; d. 
Waterville, Me., Aug. 19, 1897. LL. D., C. U., 1876. 

*JOHN PRESERVED HUNTING, formerly HUNTTING, b. 
Eden, Mt. Desert, Me., June 1, 1824. B. T. S. 1847-49; N. T. I. 
1849-50; ord. Parsonsfield, Me., 1852 or 1853; s. Norway, 
1850-51; p. Parsonsfield, 1851-54; inv.; became a Seventh Day 
Bapt., Scott, N. Y., about 1855; tea. and miss, in Ohio, West 
N. Y., and East N. C. ; prin. of A. and then p., Deruyter, N. Y., 
1857-58; p. West Edmeston, 1858-?; M. D., 1855; prac. med. 
in Wei ton la., and other places; res. for some yrs. in southern 
111.; Alfred, N. Y., 1888-1902; d. Alfred, Aug. 24, 1902. 

* JAMES WALCOTT LATHROP, b. Rome, N. Y., Feb. 8, 
1818. B. U. 1847; N. T. I. 1847-50; ord. Dorchester, Jan. 
1851; p. Dorchester, 1850-56; Medfield, 1856-63; Rowley, 
1863-67; Beverly, 1867-70; Oxford, 1870-73; Raynham, 1873- 
75; w. c. Oxford, 1875-95; d. Oxford, May 25, 1895. 

*BRADFORD REMAN LINCOLN, b. Hingham, Mass., 
1823. Col. C. 1847; N. T. I. 1847-50; ord. South Framingham, 
Nov. 21, 1850; p. South Framingham; New Rochelle, N. Y.; 
Essex, Conn., 1860-61; d. Meriden, May 3, 1862. 

*JOHN HILL LUTHER, b. Warren, R. I., June 21, 1824. 
B. U. 1847; N. T. I. 1847-50; ord. Cuthbert, Ga., 1853; p. 
Robertsville, S. C, 1853-57; pres. Young Lad. S., Kansas City, 
Mo., 1858-61; p. Miami, Mo., and Palmyra, 1864-65; ed. 
Baptist Journal, 1866-68; Central Baptist, 1868-78; pres. 



68 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1850 

Baylor Fem. C, Belton, Tex., 1878-91; p. Mem. eh., Temple, 
Tex., 1891-92; prof. Homil., Bay. U., Waco, 1892-94; w. c. 
Dallas, 1894-96; vol. miss, in Brazil, 1896-97; w. c. Temple, 
Tex., 1897-1902; Sao Paulo, Brazil, 1902-03; author, Old 
Baylor and other poems, 1900; sermons; d. Sao Paulo, July 16, 
1903. D. D., W. J. C, 1871. 

*AMOS FLETCHER SPALDING, b. Boston, Mass., Jan. 
12, 1821. B. U. 1847; N. T. I. 1847-50; ord. Mar. 1851; p. 
Montreal, Can., 1851-52; 2d ch., Cambridge, Mass., 1852-56; 
Calais, Me., 1856-60; Warren, R. I., 1860-70; chapl. U. S. 
Army, 1862-63; p. 1st ch., Norwich, Conn., 1870-76; Needham, 
Mass., 1876-77; author, historical sketches; d. Chelmsford, 
Nov. 30, 1877. 

*HENRY JOHN STEVENS, b. Sunbury, Ga., Mar. 7, 1824. 
N. T. I. 1847-50; ord. Robertsville, S. C; p. Robertsville, 
1850-52; Greensboro, Ga., 1852-53; Walthourville, 1853-54; d. 
Walthourville, aut. 1854. 

*THOMAS MILTON SYMONDS, b. Reading, Mass., Mar. 
18, 1821. W. C. 1847; N. T. I. 1847-50; ord. Nov. 6, 1850; 
home miss., tea., and pr.. Rock, Middleboro, 1850 — Apr. 1851; 
p. Green Bay, Wis., 1851-52; d. July 4, 1852. 

*BENJAMIN GALLEY THOMAS, b. Sanbomton, N. H., 
Apr. 24, 1820. B. U. 1847; N. T. I. 1847-50; miss. A. B. M. U., 
Tavoy, Burma., 1851-54; Henzada, 1854-67; Bassein, 1867-68; 
d. New York, N. Y., June 11, 1868. 

*SAMUEL MELLEN WHITING, b. Sutton, Mass., June 25, 
1825. T. C. 1846; N. T. I. 1847-50; ord. Hartford, Conn., 
May 8, 1850; miss. A. B. M. U., Assam, 1850-61 ; p. Colchester, 
Vt., 1861-68; Windsor, 1868-72; Grand St. ch., New Haven, 
Conn., 1872-76; d. New Haven, Feb. 21, 1878. 

^FREDERICK WILEY, b. Lynnfield, Mass., 1821. B. U. 
1847; N. T. I. 1847-50; ord. 1850; p. Cumberland, R. I., and 
several places in New Eng. and the West; Stonington, 111.; d. 
Stonington, July 21, 1868. 

*Nathan Smith Bwrton, b. Manlius, N. Y., Feb. 5, 1821 W. 
R. C. 1846, theol. dept. 1847-48, 1849-50; N. T. I. 1848-49; ord. 
Elyria, O., Nov. 6, 1850; p. Elyria, Nov. 1850— July 1853; 3d. 
ch., Cleveland, July 1853— June 1854; Granville, June 1854— 
Nov. 1862; Akron, Nov. 1862— Sept. 1866; Ann Arbor, Mich., 
Sept. 1866— Jan. 1871; Calvary ch., Davenport, la., Jan. 1871— 
Jan. 1876; prof. Kal. C, Jan. 1876— July 1877; p. Akron, O., 
July 1877— May 1887; act. pres. D. U., June 1886-87; p. Need- 



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ham, Mass., Sept. 1887— Oct. 1893; w. c. Ann Arbor, Mich., 
1893-1909; d. Oak Park, 111., Apr. 20, 1909. D. D., D. U., 1863. 

*Edwin Dibell, b. Kingsville, O., June 1, 1820. H. L. T. I. 
1843-45; B. U. 1847; N. T. I. 6 mos. in 1847-49; ord. Gardiner, 
Me., Apr. 30, 1851; p. Gardiner, Jan. 1849— Nov. 1852; Pitts- 
ton; s. Bath, win. 1852-53; p. Cherryfield, Jan. 1853— Feb. 
1854; New Ipswich, N. H., Nov. 1854— Nov. 1859; Sheffield, 
O., sum. 1863-81; s. Presb. ch., Kingsville, 1890-92; res. 
Kingsville, Mar. 1863-1910; d. Kingsville, Aug. 14, 1910. 

*Atigast«s Fallen, b. Augusta, Me., Aug. 9, 1824. W. C. 
1845; N. T. I. 1847-48; tea. Newport, Me., and Union, 1848-49; 
miss. Union, and Frankfort, 1849-50; d. Aug. 30, 1850. 

*SamtieI King Smith, b. Litchfield, Me., Oct. 17, 1817. W. C. 
1845; prin. Townshend A., Vt., 1845-46; tut. W. C. 1846-47- 
N. T. I. 1847-48; ord. West Waterville, now Oakland, Me., June 
1871; ed. Zion's Advocate, 1848-50; prof. Rhet. and Eng. Lit., 
W. C, 1850-92; prof, em., 1892-1904; res. Waterville, 1850- 
1904; d. Waterville, Aug. 20, 1904. D. D., C. U., 1871. 

17— *17 
I85I 

ASA DALTON, b. Westbrook, Me., Oct. 30, 1824. H\ U. 
1848; H. U. D'. S. 1848-49; N. T. I. 1849-51; ord. Augusta, 
Me., Oct. 1851; p. Augusta, 1851— July 1854; tea. Newport, 
R. I., Sept. 1854— Dec. 1856; ord. Epis. dea., Newport, May 18, 
1856, pt. Bangor, Me., June 1857; r. St. John's ch., Bangor, Dec. 
1856 — May 1862; ch. of the Ascension and ed. Protestant Church- 
man, New York, N. Y., June 1862— Nov. 1863; r. St. Stephen's 
ch., Portland, Me., Dec. 1863— Nov. 1906; r. em., Nov. 1906—; 
author. Epochs of Church History, 1894; lectures and periodical 
articles; res. Portland. D. D., C. U., 1885. 

*GEORGE W. GUNNISON, b. Erie Pa., May 8, 1823. Jef. 
C. 1843; tut. Jef. C. 1843; prof. Math., Erie A., 1845; prof. 
Math., Lawrenceville High Sch., N. J., 1845-48; N. T. I. 1848- 
51; ord. Ann Arbor, Mich., Jan. 21, 1852; s. Ann Arbor, win. 
1851-52; p. Athol, Mass., May 1852— Sept. 1853; pres. Burling- 
ton U., la., Nov. 1853— Mar. 1856; prin. Erie A., Pa., Apr. 
1856 — Sept. 1858; pres. Lad. Coll. Inst., Worcester, Mass., 
1858-59; prin. Mayville, A., N. Y., 1859-60; prof. Gr. and 
French, Cent. U., Pella, la., 1861-62; prin. Montgomery A., N. Y. 
1863; aid. Erie, Pa.; law. and prof. Come. Law, Erie Come. C, 
1864-70; prin. West. la. A., Denison, la., 1871-72; may. 
Shenandoah, 1873; law. Erie, Pa., 1873-74; in bus. Boston, 
Mass., 1874-75; ed. staff The Watchman, 1876-77; adm. to 
Suffolk bar, 1876; d. Boston, May 14, 1878. 



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LEONARD HOBART HUNTTING, b. Eden, Mt. Desert, 
Me., June 1, 1824. B. T. S. 1848-49; N. T. I. 1849-51; not ord.; 
tea. 1851-57; pr. Lee, Me.; Lincoln; Bangor; Saybrook, O.; 
Burlington, Kans.; Fremont; North Loup, Neb.; Ord.; Los. 
Gatos, Cal.; San Jose; Bishop; Otay; res. Silver Creek, Wash. 

* JONATHAN MERRIAM, b. Bristol, Conn., July 28, 1825. 
W. F. C. 1847; N. T. I. 1847-49, 1850-51; ord. 1852; p. 
Payson, 111., 1852-57; McLean, 1857-62; Sangamon, Bolton, 
1862-64; U.S. Vol.; p. Lanark, 111., 1868-72; d. Lanark, Nov. 
29, 1872. 

* JOSEPH HARADEN SEAVER, b. Salem, Mass., Jan. 28, 
1819. W. C. 1848; N. T. I. 1848-51; miss, workfor State Conv., 
Greenfield, Oct. 1851— Apr. 1852; ord. Salem, Mar. 1, 1853; 
S. S. Un. miss., Boston, Jan. 1853 — ^Jan. 1855; p. Marshfield, 
Oct. 1855— Oct. 1856; Brewster, Feb. 1857— Feb. 1858; George- 
town, Oct. 1858— Apr. 1862; Barnstable, Oct. 1863— Oct. 
1865; s. many chs., Oct. 1865— June 1868; p. Marshfield, July 
1868— July 1869; Bethel ch., Lee, May 1870— May 1871; city 
miss. Salem, Nov. 1872-74; p. South Yarmouth, Mar. 1875 — 
Jan. 1877; Merrimacport, 1878 — Aug. 1882; Cummington, Nov. 
1882— Apr. 1883; w. c. Salem, May 1883-96; d. Salem, Sept. 9, 
1896. 

* JAMES WHEATON SMITH, b. Providence, R. I., June 26, 
1823. B. U. 1848 ; N. T. I. 1848-51 ; ord. Lowell, Mar. 30, 1851 ; 
p. Lowell, 1851— May 1853; Spruce St. ch., Philadelphia, Pa., 
June 1853- Apr. 1870; Beth Eden ch., Philadelphia, 1870— 
Mar. 1880; p. em. Spruce St. ch., 1880-1900; trav. much in 
South America, Egypt, Palestine; author. Life of John P. 
Crozer, 1868; prose and verse; d. Philadelphia, May 5, 1900. 
D. D., U. Lewis., 1862. 

*SAMUEL WORCESTER TAYLOR, b. Campton, N. H., 
Jan. 27, 1820. Col. C. 1848; N. T. I. 1848-51; ord. Jan. 1852; 
p. Hallowell, Me., 1852-55; miss, labor, 1855-58; p. Bath, 
1858-61; health failed; stud, med.; phys. New York, N. Y., 
and Newark, N. J.; d. Newark, July 25, 1884. 

*JONATHANTILSON,b. West Randolph, Vt., Feb. 16, 1818. 
Col. C. 1848; N. T. I. 1850-51; ord. Hingham, Nov. 5, 1851; 
p. Hingham, 1851-76; asst. miss. Mass. Bapt. Conv., 1876-78; 
p. Northboro, 1878-82; trav. in Europe, 1882-83; p. Rowley, 
Aug. 1884— Mar. 1891; w.c. Rowley, 1891-99; North Weymouth, 
1899-1908; d. North Weymouth, Feb. 20, 1908. 

*HENRY RIPLEY WILBUR, b. Boston, Mass., Apr. 5, 
1825. W. C. 1847; N. T. I. 1848-51; ord. Mt. Pleasant, la.. 



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Jan. 1853; p. Mt. Pleasant, 1853-57; Clinton, 1858; Galena, 
111., 1859-64; Peoria, 1865-66; Cedar Rapids, la., 1866-67; 
Sheldonville, Mass., 1868-71; Andover, 1872-76; w. c. Andover, 
1876-98; d. Andover, May 29, 1898. 



*RaIph Hart Bowles, b. Hartford, Conn., May 16, 1822. T. 
C. 1848; N. T. I. 1848-50; ord. Tariffville, Conn., aut. 1850; p. 
Tariffville, 1850-55; Branford, 1855-58; Lee, Mass., 1858-61; 
Brighton, 1861-65; West Newton, 1865-68; Lee, 1868-70; 
Greenbush, N. Y., 1870-73; Jewett City, Conn., 1873-78; New 
Hartford and Canton, 1878-83; r. Epis. ch., Bethlehem, 1884- 
90; Tashua and Easton, 1890-93; Huntington, Aug. 1893-98; 
ret; res. Woodbury, 1898-1900; d. Woodbury, Oct. 4, 1900. 

*Phineas Howe, b. Norway, Me., Apr. 7, 1823. B. U. 1847; 
N. T. I. 1848-50; U. Halle, 1851; ord. Somerville, Mass., 1852; 
p. Somerville, 1852; d. Somerville, Aug. 26, 1852. 

*David Foster Ltimsden, b. Edinburgh, Scot., Aug. 19, 1820. 
T. C. 1847; N. T. I. 1848-50; ord. Epis. ch., Hartford, Conn., 
1851; p. two miss, chs.. North Providence, R. I., 6 mos.; An- 
sonia. Conn., 1852-54; Ann Arbor, Mich., 1854-61; Plymouth, 
Conn., 1861-63; West Haven, 1863-64; East Brookline, N. Y., 
1864-65; Syracuse, a few mos.; in Epis. hosp., Detroit, Mich., 
1875-93; d. Detroit, May 17, 1893. 

*FIetcher Osceola Marsh, b. Townshend, Vt., Dec. 14, 1819. 
U. Mich. 1845; N. T. I. May 1849-50; ord. Coldwater, Mich., 
Dec. 19, 1850; p. Coldwater, Sept. 1850-53; prof. Nat. Sci., 
Gr. C, 1853-54; prof. Math, and Nat. Phil. Dec. 1854-74; fin. 
agt. D. U. 1873-75; in bus. Chicago, 111., 1875-87; prof. Leland 
U., New Orleans, La., 1887-93; d. New Orleans, Mar. 25, 1893. 

13— *11 

1852 

*WILLIAM HARRISON ALDEN, b. North Middleboro, 
Mass., Apr. 14, 1825. B. U. 1849; N. T. I. 1849-52; ord. 
North Attleboro, Sept. 1, 1852; p. North Attleboro, 1852-57; 
Istch., Lowell, 1857-64; Tabernacle ch., Albany, N. Y., 1864- 
68; Portsmouth, N. H., Mar. 1868— Aug. 1888; s. several chs.; 
act. p. Westboro, Mass., 1891-95; Sharon, Jan. 1896-1900; d. 
Portsmouth, N. H., Oct. 2, 1900. D. D., C. U., 1873. 

*ARTHUR RICHARD RALPH CRAWLEY, b. Sydney, C. 
B., May 1831. Ac. C. 1849; N. T. I. 1849-52; ord. Aug. 19, 
1853; miss. A. B. M. U., Henzada, Burma, 1853-76; d. at sea, 
Oct. 9, 1876. 



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*EDWIN BARNARD EDDY, b. Providence, R. I., Aug. 21, 
1819. B. U. 1 yr.; N. T. I. 1849-52; ord. Feb. 5, 1852; p. 
Beverly, 1852-55; Winchester, 1855-60; Portsmouth, N. H., 
1860-62; Waltham, Mass., 1862-65; Calais, Me., 1869-75; 
Roger Williams ch., Providence, R. I., 1879-81; d. Providence, 
May 27, 1885. 

*DANIEL JOHNSON PRE AS, b. Salem, N. J., June 1820. 
M. U. 1849; N. T. I. 1849-52; ord. Salem, N. J., May 18, 1855; 
s. 2d. ch., Salem, May 1855— June 1856; p. Woodbury, Sept. 
1857— Apr. 1867; in West, occ. pr., 1867-77; city miss. Trenton, 
N. J., 1877-98; killed, Trenton, Oct. 14, 1898. 

*JOSEPH ADDISON GOODHUE, b. New Boston, N. H., 
1824. D. C. 1848; N. T. I. 1849-52; ord. Oct. 1852; p. Nor- 
wich, Conn., 2 yrs. ; prof. Lang., C. L. I., 1 yr. ; p. South Boston, 
Mass., 2 yrs.; Framingham Centre, 3 yrs.; North Cambridge, 2 
yrs.; Westboro, 3 yrs.; Shelburne Falls, Ih yrs.; w. c. South 
Dedham, 1869-70; p. Danversport, Ih yrs.; d. Hyde Park, Dec. 
1, 1873. 

^"WELCOME LEWIS, b. Brookfield, N. Y., Dec. 12, 1820. 
H. C. 1849; N. T. I. 1849-52; ord. Mansfield, Sept. 30, 1852; 
p. Mansfield, Aug. 1852— May 1855, 1862— Oct. 1873; s. North 
Brookfield, N. Y., Apr. 1861— Apr. 1862; memb. Mass. leg. 
1871; inv.; w. c. Coventry, N. Y., 1878-1901; d. Coventry, Mar. 
9, 1901. 



*CharIes Ayer, b. Charlestown, Mass., Mar. 16, 1826. A. C; 
M. U. 1849; N. T. I. 1849-51; ord. Turner, Me., Sept. 9, 
1851; p. and tea. Turner, 1851-53; Brunswick, 1853-56, 1859- 
60; Southboro, Mass., 1856-59; Athol, 1861-63; Sterling, 1863- 
65; w. c. Worcester, 1865-66; p. and tea., N. Y. ; pres. Natchez 
S., (now Jackson C.) Natchez, Miss., Sept. 1877— Sept. 1883; 
pres. Jackson C, Jackson, Sept. 1883 — Oct. 1894; p. Hinesburg, 
Vt., 1896— Oct. 1898; w. c. Clinton, N. Y., Nov. 1898-1901; d. 
Clinton, Mar. 28, 1901. 

*Joscph Albert Bailey, b. Middletown, Conn., Aug. 17, 1824. 
Wes. U. 1849; N. T. I. 1849-50; R. T. S., 1850-51; ord. Essex, 
Conn., Oct. 22, 1851; p. Essex, 1851-55; Waterbury, Sept. 
1855-73; d. Carlsbad, Bohemia, May 11, 1873. 

*AIexander "Waterman Carr, b. Jamestown, R. I., Feb. 7, 1822. 
M. U. 1848; N. T. I. 1849-50; ord. Fall River, Oct. 23, 1850; 
p. Rowley, May 1851 — Mar. 1862; Framingham Centre, Jan. 
1863— Dec. 1865; Medfield, Jan. 1866— Jan. 1871; w. c. Hyde 
Park, June 1871— Dec. 1873; p. Dighton, Jan. 1S74— Nov. 
1885; d. Dighton, Jan. 26, 1886. 



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*Mark Andrews Cummings, b. Parkman, Me., Jan. 22, 1815. 
W. C. 1849; N. T. I. 1849-50; prin. A., North Bennington, Vt., 
1852-54; Black River A., Ludlow, 1854-55; prof. Math, and 
Nat. Sci., N. H. L. T. I., Fairfax, 1855-60; ord. North Fairfax, 
Mar. 19, 1857; p. North Fairfax, Oct. 1856— Oct. 1861; tea. 
Essex, Conn., 1861-70; s. North Lyme, 1870; w. c. Maplewood, 
Mass., 1871-92; d. Maplewood, Jan. 9, 1892. 

*Pere2 Lincoln Cashing, b. Boston, Mass., Mar. 5, 1822. B. 
U. 1849; N. T. I. 1849-50; ord. Aug. 8, 1855; chapl. Ref. Sch., 
Westboro, 1851-57; tea. Middleboro, 1857-74; chapl. State 
Alms., Bridgewater, 12 yrs.; d. Santa Barbara, Cal., Mar. 14, 
1875. 

*George Greenwood Fairbanks, b. Winthrop, Me., Apr. 14, 
1824. W. C. 1847; prin. Hebron A., Me., 1847-49; N. T. L 
1849-51; ord. Medfield, Sept. 9, 1851; p. Medfield, 1851-55; 
Somerville, 1855-66; South Dedham, 1866-69; Cent, ch., 
Middleboro, 1869-83; w. c. Middleboro; d. Middleboro, Jan. 4, 
1887. D. D., C. U., 1883. 

*Perry Oviatt, b. Medina, O., 1824. Gr. C. ; N. T. I. 1849-50; 
d. Medina. O., Sept. 23, 1850. 

*Thomas Btidd Van Home, b. Lebanon, O., July 6, 1821. 
Gr. C. 1847; N. T. I. 1849-50; ord. Piqua, O., Oct. 31, 1850; 
prin. Natl. Cherokee High Sch., 1850-53; prof. Ark. C, 1853-57; 
prin. Young Lad. S., Fayetteville, Ark., 1857-60; tea. Franklin, 
O., 1861-62; chapl. 13th Ohio Vols., July 1862-64; post chapl. 
U. S. Army, 1864-85; placed on ret. list, 1885; res. Columbus, 
O., 1885-95; author. History of the Army of the Cumberland, 
1875; Life of Gen' I Geo. H. Thomas, 1882; d. Columbus, Apr. 
5, 1895. D. D., D. U., 1888. 

*Heman Lincoln Wayland, b. Providence, R. I., Apr. 23, 
1830. B. U. 1849; N. T. I. 1849-50; prin. A., Townshend, 
Vt, 1850-51; post-grad. B. U. 1851-52; tut. U. R. 1852-54; 
ord. Worcester, Mass., Nov. 1, 1854; p. 3d ch., Worcester, Oct. 
1854— Sept. 1861; chapl. 7th Conn. Vols., 1861-64; home miss. 
Nashville, Tenn., 1864-65; prof. Rhet. and Log., Kal. C, 1865- 
70; pres. F. C. 1870-72; ed. National Baptist, 1872-94, prop. 
1882— May 1894; Philadelphia ed. Examiner 1894-98; author, 
Charles H. Spurgeon, his Faith and Work, 1892; many ad- 
dresses and periodical articles; joint author. Life of Francis 
Wayland, 1867; ed. Mueller's Life of Trust, 1861; d. Wemers- 
ville. Pa., Nov. 7, 1898. D. D., B. U., 1869. 15— *15 

1853 

JOHN PHILIP AGENBROAD, b. New Carlisle, O., Aug. 14, 
1822. Gr. C. 1850; N. T. I. 1850-53; ord. Marietta, O., Sept. 



74 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1853 

1853; p.- Marietta, 1853-55; Urbana, 1855-58; home miss., 
Prairie du Chien, Wis., 1858-59; p. Lacon, 111., 1859-62, 1875- 
78; home miss. Richmond, Ind., 1865-72, 1879-81; p. Akron, 
C, 1872-73; Ottawa, 111., 1874-75; Mt. Washington, O., 1882- 
84; s. Springfield; Dayton; res. Dayton. 

*ALEXANDER McCORMICK AVERILL, b. Cornish, Me., 
Sept. 13, 1820. P. A. A.; N. T. I. July 1851-53; ord. 1843; p. 
North Cambridge, Mass., 1853-59; Middleboro, 1859-62; 
Holyoke, 1862-68; Denver, Colo., 1868-69; Emporia, Kans., 
1870-73; Fort Scott, 1876; Lancaster, Tex., 1878-81; res. 
Lancaster, 1878-89; North Cambridge, Mass., West Somerville; 
d. West Somerville, Feb. 13, 1904. A. M., W. C, 1857. 

* JAMES COOPER, b. Boston, Mass., May 1826. Gr. C. 
1850; N. T. I. 1850-53; ord. Cincinnati, O., Dec. 1854; p. 
Cincinnati, 1854-55; Madison, Wis., 1855-56; Waukesha, 1856- 
59; Melrose, Mass., 1859-62; Philadelphia, Pa., 1862-68; Ron- 
dout, N. Y., 1868-76; Flint, Mich., 1876-80; dist. sec. A. B. H. 
M. Soc, 1880-86; d. Detroit, Apr. 1, 1886. D. D., D. U., 1880. 

^STEPHEN WILLIAM DE BLOIS, b. Halifax, N. S., Aug. 4, 
1827. Ac. C. 1846; law stud. Halifax, 1846-49; tea. Hort. A. 
1849-50, Ac. C. 1848-50; N. T. I. 1850-53; ord. Chester, N. S., 
Feb. 1854; p. Chester, 1854-55; 1st Horton ch., Wolfville, N. S., 
1855-84; d. Wolfville, Feb. 4, 1884. D. D., Ac. C, 1881. 

*DAVID FREEMAN, b. Brookfield,N.S.,Nov. 18, 1820. Ac. 
C. 1850; N. T. I. 1850-53, post-grad. 1853-54; post-grad. R. T. 
S. 1854-55; ord. Halifax, N. S., Aug. 1, 1855; p. Istch., Halifax, 
Mar. 1855— Sept. 1858; agt. Ac. C, Sept. 1858— May 1861; p. 
5th and 6th chs., Cornwallis, 1861-74; New Glasgow, 1875-78; 
home miss.. Kings Co., 1879-90; d. Citra, Fla., May 18, 1891. 

*BENJAMIN WEST GARDNER, b. Providence, R. I., July 
4, 1822. B. U. 1850; N. T. I. 1850-53; ord. Sept. 1853; p. 
Sheldonville, 1853-55; Mansfield, 1855-58; West Dedham, 1858- 
67; pr. New Ipswich, N. H., 1 yr. ; North Marshfield, Mass., 
1869-74; d. North Scituate, July 6, 1874. 

*EDWARD GUSHING MITCHELL, b. East Bridgewater, 
Mass., Sept. 20, 1829. W. C. 1849; N. T. I. 1850-53, res. grad. 
1853-54; ord. Calais, Me., July 13, 1854; p. Calais, 1854-56; 
Brockport, N. Y., 1857-58; Rockford, 111., Sept. 1858-63; prof. 
Bib. Lit. and Interp., S. C, 1863-70; prof. Heb. and O. T. Lit., 
B.- U. T. S., 1870-77; prof. Heb. Regent's Park C, London, 
Eng., 1876-77; pres. Bapt. Theol. Sch., Paris, France, 1878-82; 
pres. R. W. U., Nashville, Tenn., 1884-85; lect. Lowell Inst., 
Boston, Mass., 1884; s. Neponset, Oct. 1886-87; pres. Leland 



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U., New Orleans, La., 1887-1900; author, A Critical Handbook, 
a Guide to the A uthenticity, Canon, and Text of the New Testament, 
1881, French Edition, 1882; An Elementary Hebrew Grammar 
and Reading Book, 1883; ed. Davies' Hebrew Lexicon, 1880; 
Gesenius' Hebrew Grammar, 1883; d. New Orleans, Feb. 28, 
1900. D. D., C. U., 1870. 

*JOHN MOSER, b. St. Margaret's Bay, N. S., Apr. 27, 1826. 
Ac. C. 1848; N. T. I. 1850-53; not. ord.; tea. in com. schs.; 
occ. pr.; res. Canaan F'orks, N. B.; d. Butternut Ridge, 1908. 

*CHARLES RICH PATTISON, b. ForestviUe, N. Y., May 
7, 1824. U. Mich. 1850; N. T. I. 1850-53; ord. Pontiac, Mich., 
Nov. 9, 1853; p. Pontiac, 1853-55; Grass Lake, 1856-57; agt. 
A. B, P. S., 1857-65; ed. Ypsilanti Commercial, Ypsilanti, 1864- 
87; res. Eustis, andDeland, Fla.,occ. pr. 1887-1908; d. Deland, 
Feb. 1, 1908. 

*ARTEMAS WYMAN SAWYER, b. West Haven, Vt., Mar. 
4, 1827. D.C. 1847; tea. Windsor, Vt., 1847-50; N.T.I. 1850-53; 
ord. Lawrence, Dec. 27, 1853; p. 1st ch., Lawrence, 1853-55; prof. 
Classics and Belles Lettres, Ac. C. 1855-60; p. Saratoga Springs, 
N. Y., 1861-64; prin. N. L. L. S. I., 1864-69; pres. Ac. C. 1869- 
97, prof. Ment. and Mor. Phil., Ac. C, 1897-1907; d. Wolfville, 
N. S., Aug. 5, 1907. D. D., C. U., 1867; LL. D., Ac. C, 1888. 

^ABRAHAM SNYDER, b. Dayton, O., Feb. 15, 1824. Gr. 
C. 1850; N. T. I. 1850-53; ord. McConnellsville, O., Dec. 15, 
1853; p. McConnellsville, 1853-54; Leeds, Me., 1855-57; Blue 
Hill, 1857-58; Bridgton, 1858-61; East Auburn, 1861-64; 
Del ton. Wis., 1864-66; Allegan, Mich., 1866-69; New Ipswich, 
N. H., 1869-72; Hopkinton, 1872-75; Wayne, Me., and Leeds, 
1875-85; Alfred, 1885-88; West Camden, Mar. 1889-90; res. 
Wayne, and Alfred, 1890-94; d. Wayne, Oct. 26, 1894. 

*DANIEL DAMON WINN, b. Wobum, Mass., Nov. 25, 1824. 
Col. C. 1850; N. T. I. 1850-53; ord. Lowell, Sept. 14, 1853; 
p. Lowell, 1853-55; Salem, 1855-67; New Bedford, 1867— July 
1880; Wobum, 1880— July 1891; w. c. Jamaica Plain, 1891-95; 
d. Jamaica Plain, June 28, 1895. 



*"WiIIiam Hoit Humphrey, b. North Yarmouth, Me., Dec. 2, 
1823. W. C. 1849; N. T. I. 1850-52; ord. Mar. 1, 1854; p. 
Richmond, Me., 1852-58; Granville St. ch., Halifax, N. S., 
1858-62; Hastings, Minn., 1863-65; d. Dec. 6, 1865. 

*Stephen William Price, b. Ava, Burma, Feb. 6, 1825. B. U. 
1850; N. T. I. 1850-52; ord. May, 1852; p. Cumberland, Md.; 
Athens, N. Y.; d. Washington, D. C, Dec. 13, 1855. 



76 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1854 

*Thomas Henry Ripley, b. N. S., Aug. 5, 1828. B. U. 1847; 
N. T. I. 1850-52; d. Portland, Me., June 6, 1852. 

*George Marshall Robinson, b. Buckfield, Me., July 13, 1821. 
W. C. 1850; N. T. I. 1850-52; ord. 1853; p. Sidney, Me., 1853- 
54; s. Guilford and Rockport, 1854-55; p. Searsmont, 1855-56; 
d. Livermore Falls, Apr. 29, 1873. 

*John Rounds, b. Buckfield, Me., Mar. 30, 1822. W. C. 1849; 
N. T. I. 1849-50, 1851-52; ord. New Gloucester, Me., Sept. 29, 
1852; p. New Gloucester, 1852-60; Freeport, 1860-65; Alna, 
1865-68; Cent, ch., Chelmsford, Mass., 1868-72; Holden, 1872- 
74; Kennebunkport, Me., 1874-78; Northfield, Minn., May 1878 
—Apr. 1884; Red Wing, 1885— Mar. 1887; w. c. Minneapolis, 
1887-88; d. Minneapolis, Mar. 29, 1888. 17— *16 

1854 

BRAINARD WAYLAND BARROWS, b. North Attleboro, 
Mass., May 21, 1827. B. U. 1851; N. T. I. 1851-54; ord. 
Dorchester, May 30, 1855; p. 1st ch., Dorchester, Neponset, 
1855— Dec. 1872; Middletown, Conn., Jan. 1873— Sept. 1880; 
Norwood, Mass., Jan. 1881 — June 1890; res. Newton Centre, 
1890-92; New York City, 1892-96; Brooklyn, 1896-1909; 
Bloomfield, N.J., 1909— ; ad. 14 Elm St., Bloomfield. 

*FRANCIS ARTHUR DOUGLASS, b. Ticonderoga, N. Y., 
Apr. 16, 1824. A. C. 1851; N. T. I. 1851-54; ord. South Bos- 
ton, Oct. 15, 1854; miss. A. B. M. U., toTelugus, 1854— Feb. 1866, 
in U. S. 1866-69; p. Piqua, O., 1869-72; Lebanon, 1872-75; 
Cincinnati, 1875-79; cor. sec. A. F. B. Soc, 1879-83; p. Middle- 
town, N. J., Nov. 1884— Apr. 1887; White Plains, N. Y., Apr. 
1887— June 1888; w. c. Brooklyn, 1888-1902; d. Brooklyn, 
Apr. 15, 1902. 

*DAVIS HAYNES McCOY, b. Pa., 1823. Col. C. 1850; N. 
T. I. 1851-54; not ord.; miss. Philadelphia, 1854-56; res. 
Pittsburg, 1856-60; d. ? Pittsburg, June 5, I860?. 

*JAMES BARLOW SIMMONS, b. North East, N.Y., Apr. 17, 
1827. B. U. 1851; R. T. S. 1851-52; A. T. S. 1852-53; N. T. I. 
1853-54; ord. Providence, R. I., July 1854; p. 3d ch.. Provi- 
dence, 1854-57; 1st ch., IndianapoHs, Ind., 1857-61; 5th ch., 
Philadelphia, Pa., 1861-67; cor. sec. A. B. H. M. Soc, 1867-74; 
collec. of Educ. and F. M. funds, 1874-77; p. Trinity ch.. New 
York, N. Y., 1877-86; dist. sec. A. B. P. S., N. Y., 1886-1905; 
author. Courage in the Ministry; Cause and Cure of Rebellion, 
1861; Memorial Sketches, 1865; Young Child of Grace, 1865; 
Tribute to the Departed, 1866; Memorial to Nathan Bishop, 



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1885; Bible Bands in the Churches, 1886; tracts; assisted in 
establishing ten colleges, of which Simmons C, Texas, is one; 
d. New York, Dec. 17, 190 5. D. P.. U . Lewis., 1870. 

*EIisha Btidd DeMill, b. St. John, N. B., Apr. 7, 1829. Ac. C. 
1849; B. U. 1849-50; N. T. I. 1851-53; ord. July 1, 1853; p. 
Amherst, N. S., 1853-57; city miss. St. John, N. B., 1857-59; 
p. Leinster St. ch., St. John, 1859-63; ed. Christian Watchman, 
St. John, 1859-60; d. St. John, Aug. 1, 1863. 

*Ephraim Andrews Edwards, b. Beverly, Mass., Jan. 10, 
1824. N. T. I. 1851-53; ord. South Hampton, N. H., Dec. 
1853; p. South Hampton, Oct. 1853— Apr. 1856; Wilton, Apr. 
1856— Apr. 1857; Gayhead, Mass., Apr. 1857— Oct. 1858; 
Cape Neddick, Me., Nov. 1858— Apr. 1861; Mashpee, Mass., 
Apr. 1861— Apr. 1865; health failed; res. Beverly; p. East 
Washington, N. H., Sept. 1883- Nov. 1885; d. East Washing- 
ton, Nov. 4, 1885. 

*DanieI Worcester Faunce, b. Plymouth, Mass., Jan. 3, 1829. 
A. C. 1850; N.T.I. 1851-53; ord. Somerville, July 14, 1853; p. 
Somerville, 1853-54; Pleasant St. ch., Worcester, 1854-60; 
Maiden, 1860-66; Istch., Concord, N. H., 1866-75; Washington 
St. ch., Lynn, Mass., 1875-81; E St. ch., Washington, D. C, 
1881— July 1889; West Newton, Mass., Sept. 1889— Dec. 1893; 
Pawtucket, R. I., Jan. 1894— July 1899; lit. work. Providence, 
1899-1911; author. Words and Works of Jesus, 1867; The 
Christian in the World, 1875 ; The Words and Acts of the A postles; 
A Young Man's Difficulties with his Bible, 1877; The Christian 
World, 1880; Christian Experience, 1881; The Resurrection in 
Nature and Revelation, 1884; Prayer as a Theory and a Fact, 
1890; Inspiration considered as a Trend, 1897; Hours with a 
Sceptic, 1898; Shall we believe in a Divine Providence? 1900; 
Advent and Ascension, 1903; A Mature Man's Difficulties with 
his Bible, 1908; rec. Fletcher Prize of D. C. for authorship, 
1875, 1890; d. Providence, Jan. 3, 1911. D. D., A. C, 1876. 

* William Newell Fay, b. Grafton, Mass., Apr. 25,1825. B. 
U. 1851; N. T. I. 1851-53; ord. West Halifax, Vt., 1853; p. 
West Halifax, 1853-56; Belchertown, Mass., 1856-67; d. 
Bloomington, 111., June 6, 1868. 8— *7 

1855 

*GEORGE DANA BOARDMAN, b. Tavoy, Burma, Aug. 18, 
1828. B. U. 1852; N. T. I. 1852-55; ord. Barnwell, S. C, Dec. 
1855; p. Barnwell, 1855— May 1856; 2d ch., Rochester, N. Y., 
Oct. 1856— May 1864; 1st ch., Philadelphia, Pa., May 1864— 
May 1894, hon. p. 1894-1903; prof. Temple C, Philadelphia; 



78 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1855 

prof. lect. on Eth., U. Chic, spg. 1895-1905; author, Sttidies in 
the Creative Week, 1877; Studies in the Model Prayer, 1879; 
Epiphanies of the Risen Lord, 1879; Studies in the Mountain 
Instruction, 1880; The Divine Man from the Nativity to the 
Temptation, 1887; The Ten Commandments, 1889; Topical 
Indexio the Bible, 1S90; The Problem of Jesus, ISQl; Coronation 
of Love, 1895; The Kingdom, 1899; The Church, 1901; Ethics 
of the Body, 1903; Life and Light, 1905; sermons, addresses, 
pamphlets; d. Atlantic City, N. J., Apr. 28, 1903. D. D., B. 
U., 1866; LL. D., U. P., 1889. 

*THOMAS WILLIAM CRAWLEY, b. Hobart Town, 
Van Diemen's Land, AustraHa, now Hobart, Tasmania, 
Australia, Oct. 20, 1828. Ac. C. 1849; N. T. I. 1850-51, 1853- 
55; ord. Chester, N. S., 1853; p. Chester, 1855-57; New 
Minas, Horton, 1857-60; asst. p. St. John, N. B., 1860- 
62; p. St. Andrews, 1862-68; Reading, Mass., 1868-70; 
Amenia, N. Y., 1870-72; Kingston, Mass., 1872-74; St. Andrews, 
N. B., 1874-84; Milltown, Me., and St. Stephen, N. B., 1884-86; 
w. c. Cambridgeport, Mass., 1886-1904; d. Cambridge, Oct. 12, 
1904. 

GEORGE MARSHALL PRESTON, b. Beverly, Mass., Apr. 
23, 1830. W. C. 1852; N. T. I. 1852-55; ord. Sturbridge, Dec. 
26, 1855; p. Sturbridge, 1855-58; Medford, 1858-68; Wooster, 
O., 1868-71; Independence, la., 1871-72; Old Town, Me., 
1873-77; s. Presque Isle, Me., 1877-78; p. Lanesboro, Mass., 
1878-80; Cheshire, and s. Lanesboro, 1880— Apr. 1890; Gran- 
ville, June 1890-96; res. Medford, June 1896— June 1905; 
Fort Myer, Va., 1905-09; Brunswick, Me., 1909-11; ad. Fort 
RUey, Kans. 

*ANDREW READ, b. Warren, R. I., Jan. 29, 1829. B. U. 
1849-51; N. T. I. 1852-55; ord. Warren, R. I., Dec. 23, 1855; p. 
Pembroke, Me., 1855-56; Sturbridge, Mass., 1858-61; Hanover, 
1862-82; Bolton, July 1883— July 1889; w. c. Rockland; 
North Hanover; d. Hanover, Mar. 5, 1911. 

*SAMUEL RICHARDSON, b. Tipperary, Ire., 1815. Ac. C. 
1847; N. T. I. 1852-55; ord. Eastport, Me., Dec. 21, 1855; p. 
Middleboro, Mass., 1858-62; Clements, N. Y.; Westport, N. S.; 
d. July 8, 1869. 

*SAMSON TALBOT, b. Mt. Zion, Champaign Co., 111., June 
28, 1828. Gr. C. 1852; N. T. I. 1852-55; asst. instr. Heb., 
N. T. I., 1855-56; ord. Dayton, O., 1856; p. Dayton, 1856-64; 
pres. D. U. 1864-73; d. Newton Centre, Mass., June 29, 1873. 
D. D., M. U., 1864. 

* WILLIAM HENRY WALKER, b. Lexington, Mass., June 1, 
1824. B. U.; N. T. I. 1852-55; ord. Westboro, Aug. 8, 1855; 



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p. Westboro, 1855— Aug. 1858; Natick, Aug. 1858— Aug. 1861; 
South Gardner, Aug. 1861— Feb. 1865; Hampton Falls, N. H., 
Feb. 1865-68; Paris, Me., 1868-71; Greenville, N. H., 1871-73; 
Warner, 1873-80; Edgartown, Mass., 1880-84; North Leverett^ 
1885-87; d. North Leverett, Nov. 27, 1887. 

*THOMAS WOMERSLEY, b. Huddersfield, Eng., Apr. 20, 
1817. H. U. Med. Sch.; D. C; U. N. Y.; N. T. I. 1852-55; 
ord. Wenham, Jan. 1856; p. Wenham, 1856-62; Palmer, 1862- 
66; Deerfield, 1866-71; phys. Greenfield, 1871-95; d. Water- 
town, Mar. 7, 1897. 



*DameI Johnson Glazier, b. Willington, Conn., Apr. 11, 1828. 
B. U. 1851; N. T. I. 1852-55; p. el. 1st eh.. Fall River; d. 
Providence, R. I., Mar. 19, 1855. 

*Henry Fayette Lane, b. East Abington, now Rockland,. 
Mass., Mar. 13, 1825. B. U. 1850; tut. Col. C, 1850-52; N. T. 
I. 1852-54; ord. New London, N. H., July 1854; p. New Lon- 
don, 1854— July 1857; Dorchester, Mass., July 1857— Jan. 
1860; Lawrence, 1860— Jan. 1863; chapl. U. S. Army, 1863-64; 
p. Portsmouth, N. H., Feb. 1864— July 1867; Malone, N. Y., 
May 1869— June 1878; sec. N. Y. State Conv., Oct. 1878— Nov. 
1880; p. Kingston, Mass., Nov. 1881— Jan. 1883; Worcester, 
Jan. 1883— Feb. 1888; w. c. Medfield; d. Medfield, May 9, 1897. 

George Edward Leonard, b. Woodstock, Md., Oct. 6, 1832. 
Gr. C. 1852; N. T. I. 1852-54; ord. Mt. Vernon, O., Oct. 24, 
1854; p. Mt. Vernon, Oct. 1854— May 1856; Lockland, May 
1856— Nov. 1857; Ironton, Dec. 1857— Apr. 1861; Elyria, 
Sept. 1861— Dec. 1865; Wauseon, Jan. 1866— May 1870; Peru, 
Ind., May 1870— Dec. 1881; sec. O. State Conv. and supt. 
miss., Jan. 1882-1904; sec. Ch. Edifice Dep't O. State Conv. 
1904—; ed. Ohio Bapt. Annual, 1882—; ad. 142 East Main 
St., Norwalk, O. D. D., D. U., 1889. 11— *9 

1856 

*JAMES WILLIAM BONHAM, b. Bath, Eng., Oct. 26, 1822. 
N. T. I. 1852-56; ord. ev. New York, N. Y., 1847; p. Brighton, 
Mass., 1856-57; Worthen St. ch., Lowell, Nov. 1857-?; Woon- 
socket, R. I., 1860-64; r. ch., of the Intercessor, Epis., Philadel- 
phia, Pa., 5 yrs. ; St. Paul's ch., Peoria, 111.; dioc. ev. cent. N. 
Y.; head of house of the Ev., New York, M. D.; Jef. Med. C, 
1890; d. New Bedford, Mass., May 4, 1900. 

♦JOSEPH LEROY ATWELL FISH, b. North Amherst, 
Mass., Sept. 6, 1828. A. C. 1853; N. T. I. 1853-56; ord. Web- 
ster, July 2, 1856; p. Webster, Apr. 1856— July 1863; Vineyard 



80 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1857 

Haven, Dec. 1863— Dec. 1865; Holliston, Dec. 1865— Apr. 
1868; Holyoke, May 1868— Apr. 1872; Duluth, Minn., July 
1873— June 1875; North Hebron, N. Y., July 1875— Apr. 1878; 
Atchison, Kans., 1878-80; tea. H. M. Sch., Natchez, Miss.; tea., 
s., and ed.. Live Oak, Fla., 1880-90; d. Live Oak, Mar. 26, 1890. 

*GEORGE DONALD HENDERSON, b. Portsmouth, N. H., 
Sept. 2, 1832. B. U. 1853; N. T. I. 1853-56; ev. Atchison, 
Kans., 1856-57; Leavenworth, 1857-58; Junction City, 1858-59; 
ord. Sept. 6, 1859; chapl. U. S. Army, 1859-63, U. S. Navy, July 
1864-75; d. Portsmouth, N. H., May 20, 1875. 

*EDWARD HUMPHREY, b. North Weymouth, Mass., 

1821. Whitesboro,S.,N.Y.; N.T.I. 1853-56; ord. May 1857; 
p. East Haverhill, 1857-61; Plymouth, 1863-67; Granville 
Comers, 1869-71; d. Melrose, Mar. 29, 1880. 

*DANIEL CLAPP LITCHFIELD, b. Scituate, Mass., July 5, 

1822. A. C. 1853; N. T. I. 1853-56; ord. Bowdoinham, Me., 
Feb. 26, 1857; p. Bowdoinham, Dec. 1856— Nov. 1857; Old 
Town, Dec. 1857— Nov. 1863; in Christ. Cmn. in civ. war; 
p. Andover, Mass., Feb. 1864 — June 1868; Bricksburg, N. J., 
Apr. 1869— Oct. 1871; fin. agt. South Jersey Inst., Dec. 1871— 
Nov. 1872; dist. sec. A. B. P. S., Nov. 1872— Oct. 1874; p. 
Clinton Ave. ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 1874— May 1875; 
Warwick, N. Y., July 1875 — May 1882; s. and in bus. Warwick, 
N. Y., 1882-1907; d. Warwick, May 29, 1907. 

^BENJAMIN FANUIL DUNKIN PERRY, b. Georgetown, 
S. C, Aug. 18, 1833. F. C; N. T. I. 1853-56; ord. 1856; 
p. Barnwell, S. C, 1856-66; r. Epis. ch., Camden, 1866-74; d. 
Jan. 13, 1874. 



*Gideon Cole, b. Beverly, Mass., Jan. 5, 1824. Mid. A. 1853; 
N. T. I. 1854-56; ord. Wrentham, May 29, 1856; p. Wrentham, 
Apr. 1856— Oct. 1863; Weymouth, Nov. 1863— Nov. 1870; Red 
Wing, Minn., Nov. 1870— Apr. 1876; Somerset, Mass., Dec. 
1876— Mar. 1884; Danversport, July 1884— Sept. 1888; Cal- 
vary ch., Salem, Oct. 1888— Aug. 1892; w. c. Beverly, 1892- 
1906; d. Beverly, Feb. 22, 1906. 7— *7 

J 857 

*SAMUEL BROOKS, b. Roxbury, Mass., Aug. 31, 1831. 
B. U. 1852; asst. lib. B. U. 1852-53, instr. Gr. Feb. 1854— Feb. 
1855; N. T. I. 1853— Feb. 1854, Feb. 1855— June 1857; ord. 
Beverly, Oct. 22, 1857; p. 2d ch., Beverly, 1857-60; asst. instr. 
Heb. N. T. L, 1860-61; p. South Framingham, Mar. 1862— 



1857] STUDENTS 81 

Aug. 1884; West Medway, aut. 1866— Dec. 1869; prof. Lat. 
Lang, and Lit., Kal. C, 1869-1906, prof, em., 1906-11; d. Ann 
Arbor, Mich., Mar. 16, 1911. D. D., F. C, 1875. 

* JAMES ALPHEUS CLARK, b. Pittsfield, Mass., 1827. 
Wms. C. 1853; N. T. L 1854-57; asst. instr. Heb. N. T. I., 1856- 
57; ord. July 2, 1857; p. Adrian, Mich., 1857-61; Fairfield, 
1861-62; prof. Kal. C. 1862-69; d. Kalamazoo, Aug. 17, 1869. 

^ALEXANDER MARTIN HIGGINS, b. Jamaica, Vt., Dec. 
14, 1830. A. C. 1850-52; B. U. 1854; N. T. I. 1854-57; ord. 
Boston, July 19, 1857; s. Reading, 8 mos.; p. Leominster, 
1859-61; Plaistow, N. H., Feb. 1861— Aug. 1864; South 
Framingham, Mass., Mar. 1865 — Dec. 1866; Chicopee, Jan. 
1867— Nov. 1869; Plaistow, N. H., Dec. 1869— Dec. 1872; 
Greenville, July 1873— June 1874; East Gloucester, Mass., 
June 1874— June 1877; Lee, Nov. 1877— May 1881; Ashland, 
May 1881— Jan. 1883; Swampscott, 1884-86; w. c. Somerville, 
1886-1904; d. Somerville, Feb. 16, 1904. 

*HOWARD MALCOLM JONES, b. Bangkok, Siam, July 19, 
1834. B. U. 1853; asst. lib. Providence Athenaeum, 1854; N. 
T. I. 1854-57; ord. Schoolcraft, Mich., May 19, 1858; p. School- 
craft, 1858-59; Racine, Wis., 1859-63; Fredonia, N. Y., 1863- 
69; Bristol, R. I., 1869-79; Shelbume Falls, Mass., 1879-83; 
Albert Lea, Minn., 1883-86; Fairfield, la., May 1886— Apr. 
1888; CedarFalls, Sept. 1888— Oct. 1890; Le Mars, Feb. 1891— 
Mar. 1892; Clear Lake, July 1894— June 1895; w. c. Cedar Falls, 
1895-1903; d. Cedar Falls, Feb. 28, 1903. 

*ENOS MUNGER, b. Monson, Mass., Nov. 4, 1825. B. U. 
1854; N. T. I. 1854-57; ord. July 15, 1857; p. Red Wing, Minn., 
1857-58; Lakeland, 1858-62; U. S. Army, priv., chapl., 1862-64; 
p. Belle Plaine, Minn., 1864-65; Jordan, 1865-66; Lexington, 
1866-68; Lakeland, 1868-72; d. Lakeland, Oct. 14, 1873. 

*LUCIUS EDWIN SMITH, b. Williamstown, Mass., Jan. 29, 
1822. Wms. C. 1843; adm. to the bar, 1845; assoc. ed. Hart- 
ford Courant, 1847-48; Boston Republican, 1850; ed. Free Soil 
Advocate, 1848; asst. sec. A. B. M. U., 1849-54; N. T. I. 1854-57; 
ord. Groton, Jan. 14, 1858; p. Groton, Jan. 1858— Sept. 1865; 
prof. U. Lewis., 1865-68; ed. Baptist Quarterly, 1867-68; asst. 
ed. Examiner and Chronicle, 1868-76; ed. The Watchman, 1877 — 
Dec. 1881, assoc. ed. Jan. 1882— June 1892; w. c. Groton, Mass., 
1892-1900; d. Groton, Feb. 10. 1900. D. D., Wms., C, 1869. 

*JOSEPH COLVER WIGHTMAN, b. Groton, Conn., Jan. 3, 
1828. B. U. 1852; N. T. I. 1854-57; ord. Apr. 15, 1857; p. 
South Abington, now Whitman, 1857-58; Middletown, Conn., 



82 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1858 

1858-62; chapl. U. S. Army, 1862-63; p. New London, Conn., 
1863-66; North Cambridge, Mass., 1866-68; dist. sec. Am. 
Bapt. Bib. Un., 1870-71; p. Taunton, 1873-82; author, 
Christian Union; Comparative Religion; Law of Worship; 
Church Finance; The Messiah; cont. to reviews and periodicals; 
d. Tiverton, R. I., Aug. 6, 1882. 



* Albion Byron Clark, b. New Sharon, Me., Mar. 24, 1826. 
W. C. 1851; prin. Shelbume Falls A., 1851-54; N. T. I. 1854-55; 
ord. Sept. 12, 1855; p. Skowhegan, Me., 1855-58; agt. A. B. P. 

5. 1859-63; p. Columbia, Cal., 3 mos., 1863; d. Skowhegan, Me., 
Sept. 9, 1865. 

* Julias Earle Johnson, b. Willington, Conn., Oct. 27, 1827. 

B. U. 1854; N. T. I. 1854-55; ord. 1856; p. Jackson, Mich., 
1856-63; Madison, Wis., 1863-66; Delavan, 1866-68; Mil- 
waukee, 1868; Beaver Dam, 1869-72; d. Beaver Dam, Oct. 20, 
1872. 9— *9 

1858 

GEORGE BULLEN, b. New Sharon, Me., Nov. 8, 1833. W. 

C. 1853; tea. Me. 1853-55; N. T. I. 1855-58; U. Halle and 
U. Gottingen, 1858-59; ord. Bloomfield, now Skowhegan, Me., 
June 13, 1860; p. Skowhegan, Mar. 1860— Aug. 1862; chapl. 
16th Me. Vols., Aug. 1862— Oct. 1863; p. South Reading, now 
Wakefield, Mass., Jan. 1864— Nov. 1866; act. p. Brighton, Sept. 
1867— May 1868; p. Pawtucket, R. I., Sept. 1868— Mar. 1891; 
cor. sec. No. Bapt. Educ. Soc, Apr. 1891— Oct. 1896; prof. 
Christ. Miss., N. T. I., Apr. 1891— Aug. 1897; s. Brighton Ave. 
ch., Allston, in 1898; p. New London, N. H., Jan. 1900— Oct. 
1906; s. South Boston, Mass., aut. 1906 — spg. 1907; p. Hingham, 
Sept. 1908 — ; author, sermons and addresses. D. D., C. U., 

1880. 

\ 

*WILLL4M HENRY EVANS, b. Cheltenham, Eng., Nov. 9, 

1831. H. U. 1855; N. T. I. 1855-58; ord. China, Me., Sept. 
1, 1858; p. China, 1858-60; Damariscotta, 1861-66; Hyannis, 
Mass., 1867-72; Holyoke, 1872-79; Littleton, 1880-83; North 
Oxford, 1883-85; Still River, 1887-95; d. Suffield, Conn., Dec. 

6, 1897. 

GEORGE BOARDMAN GOW, b. Waterville, Me., Jan. 11, 

1832. W. C. 1852; tea. Wat. A. 1853-55; N. T. I. 1855-58; 
ord. Ayer, Sept. 28, 1858; p. Ayer, 1858-61; prin. N. L. 
L.S. I., 1861-64; p. G oucester, Mass., 1864— Mar. 1S67; Wor- 
cester, Apr. 1867-72; fin. agt. W. A. 1872-74; p. Millbury, 
1874-80; Brattleboro, Vt., 1880-83; Glens Falls, N. Y., 1883— 



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Mar. 1895, p. em. 1895 — ; res. Northampton, Mass., Sept. 1894 
—July 1895; Poughkeepsie, N. Y., July 1895-1902; Glens Falls, 
1902—. D. D., C. U., 1881. 

*BARTLETT MAYHEW, b. Chilmark, Mass., Aug. 11, 1829. 

B. U. 1854; N. T. I. 1855-58; ord. June 3, 1858; p. West 
Tisbury, 1858; East Tisbury, 1858-59; Exeter, N. H., 1859-60; 
d. Tisbury, Mass., Sept. 24, 1860. 

ALFRED OWEN, b. China, Me., July 20, 1829. W. C. 1853 ; 
tea. Cherryfield, 1853; North Bridgton, Jan. 1854— Dec. 1855; 
N. T. I. Jan. 1856-58; ord. China, Me., Feb. 9, 1858; p. Lynn, 
Mass., Feb. 1858— Jan. 1867; Woodward Ave. ch., Detroit, 
Mich., Jan. 1867 — July 1877; Mem. ch., Chicago, 111., July 
1877— Aug. 1879; pres. D. U. 1879-86; pres. R. W. U. 1887-95, 
instr. Met., Eth., and Theol. 1895-1905; ed. writer on Mich. 
Christian Herald, and cont. to religious press; ad. 1900 Chadwell 
St., Nashville, Tenn. D. D., Kal. C, 1871. 

*HENRY ALLEN SAWTELLE, b. Sidney, Me., Dec. 11, 
1832. W. C. 1854; tea. Wat. High Sch. and tut. W.C, 1854^ 
55; N. T. I. 1855-58; ord. Limerick, Me., July 8, 1858; p. 
Limerick, 1858-59; miss. A. B. M. U., Hong Kong, China, and 
Swatow, 1859-61; p. San Francisco, Cal., 1862-76; Chelsea, 
Mass., 1877-82; Kalamazoo, Mich., 1882-84; San Francisco, 
Cal., 1884-85; d. Waterville, Me., Nov. 22, 1885. D. D., Hills. 

C, 1874. 

*CHARLES ANDREW SNOW. b. Providence, R. I.. May 12, 
1829. B. U. 1851-54; N. T. I. Feb. 1856-58; ord. Fall River, 
July 7, 1858; p. Fall River, July 1858— Nov. 1864; chapl. U. S. 
Army, Oct. 1862— June 1863; p. Providence, R. I., Dec. 1864— 
July 1870; South Abington, now Whitman, Mass., Sept. 1870 — • 
Aug. 1874; New Bedford, Nov. 1875— July 1881; act. p. Fall 
River, Sept. 1882— Nov. 1883; p. West Harwich, Apr. 1886— 
Feb. 1898; w. c. Taunton, 1898-1903; d. Taunton, Nov. 29, 
1903. 

WILLIAM HOSMER SHAILER VENTRES, b. Haddam, 
Conn., 1832. H. U. 1855; N. T. I. 1855-58; ord. Portland, Me., 
July 8, 1858; p. Paris, July 1858-66; Hyde Park, Mass., Oct. 
1866-70; Hudson, June 1871-78; res. Peterboro, N. H., occ. 
pr., May 1879-84; p. North Livermore, Me., Apr. 1884-85; 
Canton, Apr. 1885-87; Peru, 1885-88; Lebanon and North 
Berwick, May 1888-93; East Corinth, Mar. 1893— Apr. 1907; 
res. East Corinth. 

*THEODORE WHITFIELD, b. Hinds Co., Miss., Jan. 31, 
1834. U. N. C. 1854; N. T. I. 1855-58; ord. Danville, Ky., 
1859; p. Danville; prof. Miss. C. 1872-73; supt. Miss. Inst, for 



84 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1858 

Blind, 1873-74; p. Aberdeen, Miss.; Goldsboro, N. C. ; Meridian, 
Miss.; Charlotte, N. C; Spartanburg, S. C; Goldsboro, N. C, 
Mar. 1883-87; Richmond, Va., 1887-94; d. Richmond, Ma}^ 28, 
1894. D. D., W. F. C, 1878. 



^William Fitz, b. Haverhill, Mass., Aug. 5, 1828. B. U.; 
N. T. I. 1855-57; ord. Westerly, R. I., July 23, 1857; p. West- 
erly, July 1857-58; So. ch., Hartford, Conn., 1858-60; Westerly, 
R. I., 1861-65; chapl. U. S. army; p. Haverhill, Mass., 1865- 
68; Montpelier, Vt., 1869-71; North Attleboro, Mass., 1872-73; 
Burrillville, R. I., 1873-81; East Providence, 1881— Dec. 1886; 
Rumney, N. H., Sept. 1887-90; w. c. Harrisvilie, R. I.; d. 
Harrisville, Jan. 8, 1895. 

Charles Freeman Foster, b. Dorchester, Mass., May 27, 1830. 
W. C. 1855; N. T. I. 1855-57; ord. Dorchester, Oct 1857; p. 
South Amesbury, Nov. 1857-59; Biddeford, Me., 1859-61; Yar- 
mouth, 1861-64; chapl. State Alms., Tewksbury, Mass., 1864-66; 
chapl. and asst. supt. State Prim. Sch., Monson, 1866-75; tea. 
Chicopee, 1875-77; supt. pub. schs. Chester, Pa. 1877-1900; 
ad. 2204 North 17th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

^Washington Irving Humphrey, b. Yarmouth, Me., Feb. 1, 
1830. W. C. 1855; N. T. I. 1855-56; d. Yarmouth, Me., Feb. 
13 1856. 

-William Scott McKenzie, b. Liverpool, N. S., Feb. 29, 1832. 
H. U. 1855; N. T. I. 1855-57; ord. East Abington, now Rock- 
land, Apr. 1857; p. East Abington, 1857-58; Andover, 1858-60; 
Providence, R. I., 1860-66; St. John, N. B., 1866-72; dist. sec. 

A. B. M. U., 1872-96; res. Winchester, Mass.; d. Winchester, 
June 13, 1896. D. D., La Or. C, Mo., 1873. 

Smith Norton, b. Madison, Me., Apr. 18, 1824. O. C. 1855; 
N. T. I. 1855-56; A. T. S. 1856-58; O. T. S., a half year, 1858; 
ord. ev. Lebanon, O., Feb. 22, 1859; s. s, Cong, ch., Granville, 
111., 1859; Churchville, N. Y., 1861-63; Augusta, Mich., 1865- 
66; Michigan City, Ind., 1866-71; supt. Lad. C, Evanston, 111., 
1871-74; p. East Concord, N. H., 1874-77; Harwich, Mass., 
1877-80; Preston, Dak., 1881; Pierre, 1882-84; gen. miss. 
Dak. 1884-85; Wis., 1889-90; p. Newfane, Vt., 1895— May 
1900; w. c. Newfane, 1900-02; Oberlin, O., 1902-08; Albany, 
Ore., 1908-11; ad. Old People's Home, East 33d St., Sandy 
Road, Portland, Ore. 

*Hiram Kallock Pervear, b. Roxbury, Mass., July 16, 1831. 

B. U. 1855; N. T. I. 1855-57; ord. Roxbury, Dec. 3, 1857; p. 
East Cambridge, Dec. 1857— Mar. 1865; 1st ch., Worcester, 
Apr. 1865 —Dec. 1872; Cambridgeport, Jan. 1873— Aug. 1879; 



1858] STUDENTS 85 

1st ch., New Bedford, Feb. 1880— July 1886; Clinton, Aug. 
1886— July 1891; w. c. Cambridgeport ; Jamaica Plain, 1894- 
1909; d. Jamaica Plain, June 2, 1909. D. D., Ac. U., 1899. 

* James Suggett Read, b. Owentown, Ky., Sept. 10, 1826. 
F. C. 1849; N. T. I. 1855-56; ord. Vernon, Ind., Feb. 15, 1851; 
p. Table Rock, Ore., 1853-54; tea. Vernon, Ind., 1857; p. 
Kankakee city ch., Kankakee, 111., 1858-60; Hackett ch., 
Kankakee Co., 1860-61; Franklin, Ind., Aug. 1861-62; Bloom- 
ington, 1862-63; tea. Monroe Fem. S. 1863-64; p. Butlerville, 
1867-69; Chauncey ch., Tippecanoe Co., 3 yrs. ; Grand Prairie, 
Apr. 1881-83; Fowler, Oct. 1883-86; tea. in several important 
schs.; w. c. West LaFayette, Ind., 1886-98; d. LaFayette, 
Dec. 31, 1898. 

* James Jwdson Ttjcker, b. Halifax, Vt., Oct. 6, 1827. Wms. 
C. 1854; N. T. I. 1855-56; tea. New Bedford, 1856-60; R. T. 
S. 1860; ord. Worcester, Mass., Aug. 30, 1860; p. Worcester, 
1860-62; South Dedham, 1862-64; d. Chicago, 111., Jan. 13, 
1864. 

*CharIes Frederick "Weston, b. Skowhegan, Me., Jan. 25, 
1827. W. C. 1855; N. T. I. 1855-56; R. T. S. 1859; ord. 
Lincoln, Me., Sept. 1863; p. Lincoln, 1863-65; Fayette, 1865- 
67; Russell, Mass.; East Avon, N. Y., 1874-75; Fowlerville, 
Mich., 1875-76; Orleans, 1876-77; Limerick, Me., 1878-80; 
Julian, Cal.; Oxford, Neb., Sept. 1891— April 1892; d. Spring- 
field, Apr. 18. 1892. 



*JoeI Parker Chapin, b. Stowe, Vt., Feb. 21, 1825. N. L. L. 
S. I.; N. T. I. 1855-57; ord. Wayne, Me., Dec. 16, 1857; p. 
Wayne, 1857-59; Leeds, 1859-62; chapl. U. S. Hosp., 1862-63; 
p. Shapleigh, Me., 1863-66; North Conway, N. H., 1867-75; 
Bow, 1875-77; West Sutton, Mass., 1877-80; Pottersville, now 
Chesham, N. H., 1880-84; w. c. North Leominster, Mass.; d. 
North Leominster, Jan. 7, 1887. 

* James Warner Searll, b. Providence, R. I., Feb. 13, 1825. 
Pierce A. 1855; N. T. I. 1855-57; ord. Richmond, N. H., Feb. 
25, 1858; p. Richmond, 1857-59; West Swanzey, 1859-67; East 
Weare, 1867-69; South Hampton, 1869-77; Leicester, Mass., 
1877-81; w. c. Newton, 1881-85; p. Andover, Conn., 1885-89; 
Cummington, Mass., 1890 — Nov. 1893; d. Cummington, Nov. 5, 
1893. 

*Aaron Thorp, b. Comwallis, N. S., 1826. Ac. C. 1853-55; 
N. T. I. 1855-57; d. 1802. 21— *15 



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1859 

THERON BROWN, b. Willimantic, Conn., Apr. 29, 1832. 
Y. C. 1856; Hart. T. S. 1856-58; N. T. I. 1858-59; ord. South 
Framingham, Dec. 15, 1859; p. South Framingham, Oct, 
1859-61; Canton, Feb. 1861— July 1870; ed. Youth's Com- 
panion, 1870 — ; author. Nameless Women of the Bible, 1905; 
Story of the Hymns and Tunes, 1907; Under the Mulberry 
Trees, 1909; res. Norwood, 1870-90; Newtonville, 1890—; 
ad. 201 Columbus Ave., Boston. 

-CHARLES FRANCIS HOLBROOK, b. Bellingham, Mass., 
1830. B. U. 1855; N. T. I. 1856-59; ord. Tariffville, Conn., 
Feb. 15, 1860; p. Fairfield, Dec. 1859— Jan. 1862; West Boyl- 
ston, Mass., Feb. 1862— Sept. 1865; Danversport, Oct. 1865— 
July 1870; Saco, Me., Aug. 1870— Dec. 1878; Newport, N. H., 
Jan. 1879— May 1883; Hallowell, Me., June .1883-88; Danvers- 
port, Mass., Mar. 1889-98; d. Danversport, Jan. 4, 1898. 

*JOTHAM WARREN HORTON, b. Nantucket, Mass., Apr. 
25, 1826. Mid. A.; N. T. I. 1856-59; ord. Sept. 15, 1859; p. 
Milford, N. H., 1859-62; New Orleans, La., 1863-64; supt. Ross 
Colony, New Orleans, 1864-65; killed Ang. 5, 1866. 



*John Fletcher Ashley, b. Yarmouth, N. S., May 9, 1832. 
Mid. A.; N. T. I. 1856-57; ord. Templeton, June 15, 1858; p. 
Templeton, now Baldwinsville, 1858-61; North Attleboro, 
1861-62; capt. U. S. army, 1862-64; tea. Norwich, Conn., 1864- 
74; priv. tea. and s., res. Gardner, Mass., 1874-93; d. Cambridge, 
Nov. 29, 1893. 

Isaac Bridgman, b. Hanover, N. H., Oct. 2, 1833. D. C. 
1856; N. T. I. 1856-57; A. T. S. 1857; not ord.; tea. P. A. A. 
1858-65; prin. class, sch., Syracuse, N. Y., 1866-75; trav. and 
stud, abroad, 1876-77; tea. Cleveland, O., 1877-87; Northamp- 
ton, Mass., 1887- . Ph. D., D. C, 1886. 

Joseph Alfred Daniels, b. Holliston, Mass., July 6, 1836. U. 
C; N. T. I. 1856-57; ord. Hertford, N. C, 1859; p. Hertford 2 
yrs. ; in Confed. army; in bus. many yrs., until 1895, Lewiston, 
Pa. ; ? 

Henry Clinton Graves, b. Deerfield, Mass., Sept. 22, 1830. 
A. C. 1856; N. T. I. 1856-58; ord. North Sunderland, Mar. 
9, 1858; p. Bunker Hill ch., Charlestown, Apr. 1858— Aug. 
1863; Brown St. ch.. Providence, R. I., Sept. 1863— Oct. 1874; 
2d ch., Fall River, Mass., Nov. 1874— Mar. 1880; 1st ch., 
Haverhill, Apr. 1880— Mar. 1886; North ch.. New Bedford, 
May 1886— Sept. 1895; w. c. West Somerville 1895-99; assoc. 



1859] STUDENTS 87 

p. Tremont Temple, Boston, 1899-1900; pres. Boston 
Evangelical Inst., Revere, 1900-04; instr. Gordon Bib. Trn. 
Sch., Boston 1904-08; author, History of the First Baptist 
Society, Haverhill, Mass., 1884; Handbook of Christian Doctrine, 
1903; Lectures on Homiletics, 1906; ad. 187 Elm St., Somer- 
ville. D. D., Cent. U. 1888. 

Thomas Garkson Russell, b. West Boylston, Mass., Aug. 3, 
1834. M. U.; N. T. I. 3 mos., 1857; ord. Barnstable, Nov. 7, 
1858; p. Barnstable, 1858-60; Billerica, 1860-63; New Boston, 
N. H., 1863-66; South Braintree, Mass., 1866-68; Leominster, 
1868-74; Mansfield, 1874-77; Palmer and Three Rivers, 1878- 
81; Springvale, Me., 1881-83; Swampscott, Mass., 1883-85; 
Suncook, N. H., 1891-96; Roadstown, N. J., 1896-97; Wenham, 
Mass., 1897— Sept. 1902; Shutesbury, Nov. 1902— June 1905; 
Cornish Flat, N. H., June 1905-1910; res. West Medway, Mass. 

*DanieI Morse Welton, b. Aylesford, N. S. , July 20, 183 1 . Ac. 
C. 1854, res. grad. 1855-56; N. T. I. 1856-57; ord. Windsor, 
N. S., Sept. 2, 1857; p. Windsor, 1857— Oct. 1874; prof. 
Ac. C. 1874-83; prof. O. T. Interp., McM. U., 1883-1904; 
author, (with C. Goodspeed) Commentary on Genesis (Am. 
Comm.), 1909; d. Toronto, Ont., Feb. 28, 1904. Ph. D., U. 
Leipzig, 1878; D. D., Ac. C, 1884. 



* Jesse Valentine Lentell, b. Weston, Mass., Jan. 10, 1824. 
B. U. 1846-47; tea. Cal., 1853-55; ord. Spencer, Mass., May 
1855; p. Spencer, 1855-57; N. T. I. 1857-59; p. Sandisfield, 
1859-63; Conway, July 1863-66; s. Shutesbury, 1866-67; West 
Deerfield, 1867-68; miss. Cal., 1868-69; s. Shutesbury, Mass., 
and other chs., 1869-70; p. Stamford, Vt., Nov. 1870-72; 
health failed; trav. sales. 15 yrs.; res. Amherst, Mass., 1872- 
1909; d. Amherst, Mar. 18, 1909. 



*Wimam W. Ashley, b. Yarmouth, N. S. W. A. ; N. T. I. 
1856-57; ord. June 16, 1858; ev. 1858-59; p. Winchendon, 
Mass., 1859-61, 1869-70; Edgartown, 1861-62, 1866-67; Green- 
ville, Conn., and Colchester, 1862-66; d. Cotuit Port, Mass., 
Oct. 1, 1878. 

Darias Francis Lamson, b. Weston, Mass., Dec. 7, 1832. 
B. U. 1853-56; N. T. I. 1857-58; ord. Littleton, July 25, 1858; 
p. Littleton, July 1858— May 1861; Ashland, Oct. 1861— Oct. 
1865; Northboro, Nov. 1865— June 1873; Dewey St. ch., 
Worcester, July 1873 — Dec. 1881; city miss. Hartford, Conn., 
Jan. 1882— Apr. 1896; Boydton Inst., Boydton, Va., 1896-99; 
instr. Boston Evangelical Inst., Revere, 1901-04; Gordon 



88 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1860 

Bib. Trn. Sch., 1904-08; author, History of Manchester, Mass., 
1895; many arts, on Eng. Lit.; ed. Times of Refreshing, 1903- 
05; ad. 97 Newtonville, Ave., Newton. 

George Whitfield, b. Society Ridge, Miss., Sept. 7, 1830. Col. 
C. 1851; N. T. I. 1856-57; ord. Yazoo City, Miss., 1858; p. 
Yazoo City, 1858-59; p. country chs.. Hinds and Madison Cos., 
1860-66; agt. F. M., Miss., 1881-90; sec. Bd. Min. Educ. 1896- 
1908; res. Clinton, Miss. D. D., Miss. C, 1896. 

13— *6 
I860 

*CYRUS HENRY CARLETON, b. Sangerville, Me., 1832. 

B. C. 1856; N. T. I. 1857-60; ord. Oct. 31, 1860; p. Limerick, 
Me., 1860-62; New Gloucester, 1863; Buckfield, 1864-67; Fox- 
boro, Mass., 1867-68; d. Foxboro, Dec. 26, 1868. 

*HENRY AUGUSTUS HART, b. Portland, Me., July 5, 
1836. W. C. 1857; N. T. I. 1857-60; ord. Rockland, Me., Aug. 
2, 1860; p. Rockland, 1860— Mar. 1865; Yarmouth, Mar. 
1865-69; wool bus., Portland, 1869-88; d. Haverhill, Mass., 
Jan. 12, 1888. 

*ELBRIDGE PEPPER, b. Ware, Mass., Apr. 20,1827. A. 

C. 1853; N. T. I. 1857-60; ord. Effingham, N. H., Dec. 4, 1861; 
p. Effingham, 1861-63; Farmington, Me., 1864-67; Eastport, 
1867-71; Bradford, N. PL, 1872-84; South Norridgewock, Me., 
1884— Dec. 1889; p. m. South Norridgewock, 1890-93; w. c. 
South Norridgewock, 1893-1905; inv.; res. Madison, 1905-10; 
d. Madison, Nov. 13, 1910. 

GEORGE DANA BOARDMAN PEPPER, b. Ware, Mass., 
Feb. 5, 1833. A. C. 1857; N. T. 1.1857-60; ord. Waterville, 
Me., Sept. 6, 1860; p. Waterville, 1800-65; prof. Ch. Hist., 
N. T. I., 1865-67; prof. Christ. Theol., C. T. S., 1867-82; pres. 
C. U., and prof. Psy. and Mor. Phil., 1882-89; p. Saco, Me., 
Dec. 1890-92; prof. Bib. Lit., C. U., 1892-1900; res. Water- 
ville; author, numerous sermons and pamphlets. D. D., C. U., 
1867, A. C, 1882; LL. D., U. Lewis., 1882, C. U., 1890. 

*MOSES JEWETT PRESCOTT, b. Ipswich, Mass., July 1, 
1832. W. C. 1857; N. T. I. 1857-60; ord. Oct. 3, 1860; p. 
Kennebunkport, Me., 1860-63; d. Ipswich, Mass., Dec. 5, 1863. 

*John Billings Brackett, b. Wobum, Mass., Dec. 31, 1835. 
B. U. 1857; N. T. I. 1857-59; ord. Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Sept. 
1859; p. Poughkeepsie, July 1859— Nov. 1865; Williamsburg, 
Nov. 1865— Apr. 1873; Lynn, Mass, Apr. 1873— Feb. 1878; 



1860] STUDENTS 89 

Charlestown, Feb. 1878— May 1880; Brookline, May 1880— 
Dec. 1887; w. c. Brookline; d. Brookline, Dec. 5, 1889. D. D., 
U. R., 1872. 

Edward Winter Clark, b. Northeast, N. Y., Feb. 25, 1830. 
B. U. 1857; N. T. I. 1857-58; R. T. S. 1858-59; ord. Logans- 
port, Ind., June 30, 1859; p. Logansport, 1859-60; ed. and 
publ. The Witness, Indianapolis, Apr. 1861-65; Indiana ed. 
The Standard, 1865-67; miss. A. B. M. U., Sibsagor, Assam, 
Mar. 1869-75; Naga Hills, Mar. 1876- ; red. Ao Naga lang. 
to writing; author, English — Ao Naga Dictionary, 1911; 
various works in Ao Naga; ad. Amenia, N. Y. D. D., B. U., 
1901. 

George Mellen Prentiss King, b. Oxford, Me., Dec. 12, 1833. 
W. C. 1857; N. T. I. 1857-58; ord. Farmington, Me., May 12, 
1858; p. Farmington, 1858; prof. Md. Agric. C, 1858-59; p. 
East Providence, R. I., 1860-65; U. S. Christ. Cmn. ; tea. 
Richmond, Va., 1865-67; prin. Natl. Theol. Inst. Washington, 
D.C., 1867-69; pres. Way S., 1869-97; prof. Va. Un. U., 1899-; 
ad. Richmond, Va.D.D.,C.U., 1886; LL. D., Ky. State C, 1908. 

*Francis Mansfield, b. Carlisle, Mass., Aug. 27, 1834. D. C; 
B. U. 1858; N. T. I. 1857-58; Gen. T. S., New York, N. Y., 
1858-61; ord. Epis. dea.. Cold Spring, N. Y., 1860; pt., ch. of 
Holy Apostles, New York, 1861; asst. ch. of Holy Communion, 
New York, 1860-61; min.'St. Paul's, Salem, 1861; cur. Calvary 
Chap., New York, 1861-62; chapl. 132d N. Y. Vols., Aug. 
1862— -Feb. 1863; r. ch. of Ascension, Brooklyn, June 1863— 
Nov. 1873; ch. of Atonement and St. John's, combined to form 
St. Andrew's, Chicago, 111., Dec. 1873— Nov. 1878; Trinity 
ch., Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 1878— Nov. 1881; St. John's ch., 
Taunton, Mass., Mar. 1882— June 1890; M. D., C. of Phys. 
and Surg., New York, N. Y., 1885, Long Island C. Hosp. 1893; 
completed Harvard med. course, 1894; phys. and surg. Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., 1890-95; chapl. Bellevue Hosp., 1892; asst. r. 
Christ ch.. Brook yn, 1894; tea. Anc. and Mod. Lang., Marma- 
duke Mil. A., Sweet Springs, Mo., 1895-98; r. St. James's ch., 
Callicoon Depot, N. Y., 1898-99; Waxahatchie, Tex., 1899-1903; 
Wichita Falls, 1903-05; St. John's ch., Worthington, O., 
1905-1 1 ; author. Gathered Waifs ; Cosmiad Sonnets and Rhymes ; 
two volumes, Selected Prose Works ; Reminiscences of an Event- 
ful Life; d. Brooklyn, N. Y., July 1, 1911. 

*HannibaI Martin Sawtelle, b. Sidney, Me., Feb. 11, 1824. 
Effingham A.; N. T. I. 1857-58; ord. Freedom, N. H., Feb. 
11, 1859; p. Freedom, and Parsonsfield, Me., Sept. 1858 — 
Sept. 1859; Waterboro, Oct. 1859— Feb. 1878; Lebanon, Mar. 



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1878— Mar. 1884; North Conway, N. H., Apr. 1884— Sept. 
1887; d. North Conway, Sept. 11, 1887. 10— *7 

{861 

A. R. Crane, Class Secretary 

*COMFORT EDWIN BARROWS, b. Attleboro, Mass., Dec. 

11, 1831. B. U. 1858; N. T. I. 1858-61; ord. South Danvers, 
now Peabody, Mass., Dec. 25, 1861; p. Peabody, 1861-65; 1st 
ch., Newport, R. I., Mar. 1865-83; author, Development of 
Baptist Principles in R. I.; articles in periodicals; d. Newport, 
Dec. 26, 1883. D. D., C. U., 1881. 

*CHARLES HENRY COREY, b. New Canaan, N. B., Dec. 

12, 1834. Ac. C. 1858; N. T. I. 1858-61; ord. Seabrook, N. H., 
Sept. 18, 1861; p. Seabrook, 1861-64; U. S. Christ. Cmn., 
1864-65; miss. A. B. H. M. S., 1865-67; pres. Augusta Inst., 
Ga., 1867-68; pres. Rich. T. S., 1868-99; d. Seabrook, N. H., 
Sept. 5, 1899. D. D., Bay. U. and R. C, 1881, Toronto Bapt. 
C, Can., 1884, Ac. U., 1892. 

ABIJAH ROBINSON CRANE, b. Wayne, Me., Feb. 2, 1832. 
W. C. 1856; N. T. I. 1858-61; ord. Hallowell, Me., Nov. 1861; 
p. Hallowell, 1861-74; fin. sec. C. U., 1874-77; p. East 
Winthrop, 1877-90; memb. leg. 1879, 1880; p. Hebron, and 
instr. Bib. Lit., Hebron A., 1890-1910; ad. 38 New Lawn 
Ave., Arlington, N. J. D. D., C. U., 1882. 

JOSEPH HENRY GILMORE, b. Boston, Mass., Apr. 29, 
1834. B. U. 1858; N. T. I. 1858-61; asst. instr. Heb., N. T. I., 
1861-62; ord. Fisherville, now Penacook, N. H., June 19, 
1862; p. Fisherville, June 1862-64; ed. Concord Daily Monitor, 
and priv. sec. to Gov. Gilmore of N. H., 1864-65; p. 2d 
ch., Rochester, N. Y., Oct. 1865— Dec. 1867; act. prof. Heb. 
R. T. S., 1867-68; prof. Rhet., Log., and Eng., U. R., Jan. 
1868-1908, prof, em., 1908- ; author. Little Mary, 1861; the 
hymn ''He Leadeih me," 1862; The Art of Expression, 1875; 
Outlines of Logic, 1876; The English Language and its Early 
Literature, 1878; Chautauqua Text-Book of English Literature 
1880; Primary Speaker, 1881; Intermediate Speaker, 1881 
Academic Speaker, 1882; Wedlock; Outlines of Rhetoric, 1891 
Hints about Books and Reading; Outlines of English and 
American Literature, 1905; ed. writer on the^ Examiner ; Uni- 
versity Extension lect. ; ad. 15 Brighton St., Rochester. Ph. 
D., B. U., 1892. 

*DAVID EDWARD HOLMES, b. Stonington, Conn., Aug. 
12, 1832. M. U. 1858; H. T. S. 1858-59; N. T. I. 1859-61; 



1861] STUDENTS 91 

ord. Peoria, 111., May 14, 1862; p. Peoria, May 1862— Feb. 
1864; Beriin, Wis., Apr. 1864— Dec. 1865; tea. Beriin, Jan. 
1866— June 1871; Oshkosh, Sept.— Dec, 1871; civ. serv. 
Galva, 111., Apr. 1872— Dec. 1886; p. Cong, ch., Sublette, 111., 
Jan. 1887— May 1890; Stark, June 1890— May 1891; Ontario, 
June— Nov., 1893; Sublette, Dec. 1894; disab. May 1896; res. 
Chicago, 111., 1894-1907; d. Chicago, Nov. 1, 1907. 

ROBERT DICKEY PORTER, b. Comwallis, N. S., Jan. 31, 
1830. Ac. C. 1857; N. T. I. 1859-61; ord. Dartmouth, N. S., 
Sept. 17, 1857; p. Milton, N. S., 1861-62; Hebron, 1862-66; 
Lockport, 1866-70; Milltown, Calais, Me., 1870-77; Fin. Agt. 
Ac. C, 1877-80; health failed; res. Middleton, 1880-81; 
p. Lawrencetown, 1881-87; in broken health, occ. pr., Middle- 
ton, 1887-1904; Smith's Cove, Digby, 1904-07; Willow Park, 
Halifax, 1907-08; p. St. Margaret's Bay, 1908-09; ad. Willow 
Park, Halifax. 

HENRY EPHRAIM ROBINS, b. Hartford, Conn., Sept. 
30, 1827. C. h. I.; Fairmount T. S., Ky.; N. T. I. 1858-61; 
ord. Hartford, Conn., Dec. 26, 1861; assoc. p. Cent, ch., New- 
port, R. I., Jan. 1862— Mar. 1863; p. Cent, ch., Newport, Mar. 
1863— May 1867; 1st ch., Rochester, N. Y., 1867-73; pres. 
C. U. 1873-82; prof. Christ. Eth., R. T. S., 1882-1903; unable 
to engage in active teaching because of ill health; lit. work, 
1903 — ; author. Harmony of Ethics with Theology, 1891; The 
Christian Idea of Education, 1895; The Ethics of the Christian 
Life, 1904; Faith Rational, 1910; ad. Greenfield, Mass. D. D., 
U. R., 1868; LL. D., C. U., 1890. 

*CHARLES HENRY ROWE, b. Guilford, Me., Jan. 19, 
1834. W. C. 1858; N. T. I. 1858-61; ord. New Gloucester, 
Me., Aug. 29, 1861; s. Holyoke, Mass., 1861-62; p. Augusta, 
Me., 1862-64; chapl. U. S. army, 1864-65; p. Boston, Mass., 
1866-71; asst. ed. Christian Era, 1868-71; p. Weymouth, 
1871-74; Wollaston Heights, 1874-78; Cambridge, 1878-81; 
Mystic River, Conn., 1881-84; South Abington, now Whitman, 
Mass., 1885-88; Randolph, 1888— Nov. 1890; d. Newton 
Centre, Nov. 29, 1890. 

*HENRY GILBERT SAFFORD, b. Boston, Mass., Jan. 

18, 1832. B. U. 1858; N. T. I. 1858-61; ord. Amesbury, Sept. 

19, 1861; p. Amesbury, 1861-68; Concord, N. H., June 1868— 
Oct. 1875; South Framingham, Mass., Dec. 1875— Feb. 1884; 
insur. bus., Newton, Mass., 1884-99; d. Newton, May 29, 1899. 

*SAMUEL GREGORY SILLIMAN, b. Easton, Conn., Oct. 
13, 1834. B. U. 1858; N. T. I. 1858-61; s. Lebanon, Me., 
1862-63; ord. Memphis, Tenn., Nov. 11, 1864; miss. Memphis, 



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1864-66; p. Memphis, 1866-75; Montana, N. J., 1877-79; s. 
Danbury, Conn., 1880-81; p. White Hills, Dec. 1881— Apr. 
1887; Lyme, May 1887— Apr. 1891; Winthrop, May 1891— 
Apr. 1892; w. c. Adams, Conn.; d. Easton, Nov. 1, 1899. 

*HENRY VAUGHAN, b. St. Martin's, N. B., Nov. 14, 1834. 
Ac. C. 1858; N. T. I. 1859-61; p. St. John, N. B., 1862-64; d. 
St. John, Aug. 12, 1864. 

Alfred Chfpman, b. Western Comwallis, N. S., Aug. 11, 1834. 
Ac. C. 1855, post-grad. 1856-57; N. T. I. parts of 1858-61; 
ord. Oxford, N. S., Nov. 16, 1862; miss, and p. Pictou Co., 1862- 
66; Stewiacke, Musquodoboit, Renfrew, 1866-70; Yarmouth, 
1870-71; Sydney, C. B., and Hawksbury, 1871-74; Bedeque, 
P. E. I., and Tryon, 1875-78; Hopewell, N. B., 1879-81; Jack- 
sonville, 1882-83; State miss.. Me., 1884-85; p. Monson, Me., 
Dec. 1886-87; Campton Village, N. H., 1887-89; Alfred, Me., 
May 1889— Aug. 1892; North Springfield, Vt., 1892— May 1898; 
Stewiacke, N. S., Nov. 1898— Dec. 1899; occ. s. Berwick, Jan. 
1900—. 

^Howard Malcolm Emerson, b. North Reading, Mass., 1834. 
B. U. 1858; N. T. I. 1858-60; ord. Jan. 2, 1861; p. Methuen, 
1861-62; d. South Berwick, Me., May 16, 1862. 

*Wmiam Hall, b. Kentville, N. S., 1816. K. C. 1835; N. T. I. 
1858-59; ord. July 12, 1842; p. N. S. and N. B.; d. Windsor, 
N. S., Jan. 15, 1870. 

Lticitis Manlitts Sargent Haynes, b. Marblehead, Mass., Feb, 
8, 1838. N. T. I. 1858-60; ord. Augusta, Me., Sept. 27, 1860; 
p. Augusta, Sept. 1860-61; sen. 1st lieut., 4th Me. bat. light 
artil., 1861-62; p. Oswego, N. Y., Apr. 1863-69; Watertown, 
Sept. 1869— Mar. 1873; Norwich, 1873— Mar. 1881; Bingham- 
ton, Apr. 1881— Mar. 1886; Troy, Apr. 1886— Dec. 1896; assoc. 
p. Judson mem. ch.. New York, Jan. 1897-98; ev. aut. 1898- 
1901; p. Binghamton, N. Y., Apr. 1, 1901—?, Oct. 1904-06; 
author. Idyl of Ruth, 1902; ad. 04 Chestnut St., Binghamton, 
N. Y. D. D., M. U., 1879. 

*Henry Martyn Jones, b. Poultney, Vt., June 21, 1827. 
Wms. C. 1856; ord. Southfield, New Marlboro, Mass., Oct. 
1856; p. Southfield, 1856-60; N. T. I. 1858-60; p. Tisbury and 
Gayhead, I860-?; Lodi Schodack, N. Y.; Berne; home miss., 
Kans., 1870-75?; ret. 1875?; far. West Norfolk, Conn.; d. 
West Norfolk, Feb. 2, 1896. 

*George Robinson Mclntyre, b. Warren, Me., Mar. 8, 1835. 
B. C. 1858; N. T. I. 1858-59; stud, law, Thomaston, Me., 
1859-61; adm. to bar, Rockland, 1861; elk. Washington, D. C, 
1861-62; d. Warren, Me., Nov. 16, 1863. 



1862] STUDENTS 93 

*Asa Perkins, b. Thomaston, Me., Dec. 1, 1833. W. C. 185G; 
N. T. I. 1858-60; ord. Rockport, Me., Sept. 12, 18G0; p. 
Rockport, June 1860— Sept. 1862; East Harrington, June 1863 
—Aug. 1866; Livermore Falls, Feb. 1867— Apr. 1868; 
Limerick, Dec. 1869 — June 1877; s. Machiasport and East 
Machias, 1877-78; Fayette, June 1879— June 1880; vv. c. 
Limerick, 1880-93; d. Limerick, Aug. 1, 1893. 

* William Granville Pratt, b. New Castle, Pa., July 17, 1834. 
D. U. 1856; N. T. I. 1858-60; ord. 1861; p. Dixon, 111., Jack- 
sonville, Chester, 1861-66; Zanesville, O., 1866-68; Cheviot, 
1868-69; tea. Kansas City, Kans., 1869-72; supt. schs., St. 
Peter, Minn., and Northfield, 1872; prof. Allegheny, Pa.; d. 
Allegheny, Feb. 20, 1884. 

Solon Whithed Stevens, b. Lowell, Mass., Aug. 1, 1836. B. 
U. 1858; N. T. L 1858; health failed; not ord.; tea. mus., 
Lowell, 1858-66; held many civ. pos. ; memb. Sch. Bd., 1879- 
85; memb. leg., 1885, 1886,-^ ad. to bar, 1888; author, speeches 
and addresses ; res. Lowell, 1858—. 



*AIexander McLearn, b. St. Peter's Bay, P. E. I., Mar. 9, 
1832. Pierce A. 1856-58; N. T. I. 1859-60; ord. Halifax, Oct. 
3, 1860; p. Halifax, 1860-61; North Middleboro, July 1863— 
June 1865; East Granville, 1865-69; Manchester, Mich., 1869- 
70; Aurelius, 1870-72; Dansville, 1872-79; w. c. Mason, 1879- 
81; pres. C, Battle Creek, 1881-82; p. Seventh Day Bapt. ch., 
Walworth, Wis., Jan. 1883— July 1886; miss. p. Berlin, July 
1886— July 1888; p. Rockville, R. I., July 1888-1906; d. 
Walworth, Wis., Mar. 17, 1907. D. D., Prince of Wales C, 
P. E. L 21— *14 

1862 

-CHAPIN HOWARD CARPENTER, b. Milford, N. H., June 
29, 1835. H. U. 1859; N. T. I. 1859-62; ord. Cambridge, 
Sept. 28, 1862; miss. Rangoon, Burma, 1862-68; prof. Karen 
T. S., Rangoon, May 1863— Nov. 1868; miss. Bassein, 1868-72 
1875-80; pres. Rangoon C. 1874-75; in U. S. 1872-74, 1880-86 
miss, work, Nemuro, Yezo, Japan, Sept. 1886 — Feb. 1887 
author, Self Support in Bassein, 1883; Studies in Mission 
Economics, 1886; d. Nemuro, Feb. 2, 1887. 

*AMOS HARRIS, b. Turner, Me., Aug. 17, 1830. B. C. 
1859; N. T. L 1859-62; ord. Medfield, Nov. 1862; p. Medfield, 
Sept. 1862— Sept. 1865; Arlington, Jan. 1866— Dec. 1874; 
Weston, Jan. 1875— Nov. 1890; act. p. Glendale ch., Everett, 



94 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1862 

July 1894— Feb. 1897; Randolph, June 1897-99; res. Everett, 
Mass., 1891-1908; d. Everett, Apr. 25, 1908. 

HENRY MELVILLE KING, b. Oxford, Me., Sept. 3,1838. 
B. C. 1859; N. T. I. 1859-62; ord. Portland, Me., Aug. 28, 1862; 
asst. instr. Heb., N. T. I., 1862-63; p. Dudley St. ch., Boston 
Highlands, Apr. 1863— Dec. 1881; Em. ch., Albany, N. Y., 
Jan. 1882— June 1891; 1st ch.. Providence, R. I., July 1891— 
Apr. 1906, p. em. 1906 — ; author. Early Baptists Defended, 
1880; Mary's Alabaster Box, 1883; Our Gospels, 1895; Summer 
Visit of Three Rhode Islanders to Mass. Bay, 1896; The Mother 
Church, 1896; The Baptism of Roger Williams, 1897; The 
Messiah in the Psalms, 1899; Why We Believe the Bible, 1902; 
Religious Liberty, 1903; John Myles and the Founding of the 
First Baptist Church in Massachusetts, 1905; Historicel Cata- 
logue of the First Baptist Church in Providence, 1908; Roger 
Williams and Rhode Island, 1909; Sir Henry Vane, Jr., 1909; 
History of the Emmanuel Church in Albany, N. Y., 1909; also 
numerous biographical, historical, and religious pamphlets 
and articles in religious reviews; ad. 8 Gushing St., Providence, 
R. I. D. D., C. U., 1877; S. T. D., B. C, 1899. 

* WILLIAM MILTON ROSS, b. Deerfield, Mass., Dec. 6, 
1826. B. U. 1 yr.; A. C. 1 yr.; N. T. I. 1859-62; ord. Jan. 
1863; p. South Norwalk, Conn., 18G3-65; West Hartford, 
1865-68; North Billerica, Mass., 1868-71; d. Northampton, 
Nov. 5, 1872. 

*HENRY MARTYN TUPPER, b. Monson, Mass., Apr. 11, 
1831. A. C. 1859; N. T. I. 1859-62; ord. Wales, July 1862; 
U. S. Army, priv., chapl., 1862-65; p. colored ch., Raleigh, 
N. C, 1866-74; fd. Shaw U., pres. 1866-93; d. Raleigh, Nov. 
11, 1893. D. D., W. F. C, 1886. 

*DAVID WESTON, b. Middleboro, Mass., 1836. B. U. 
1859; N. T. I. 1859-62; ord. Aug. 28, 1862; p. Pleasant St. 
ch., Worcester, 1862-70; prin. W. A. 1870-72; p. Cent, ch., 
Salem, 1872; prof. Ecc. Hist., M. U. T. S., 1872-75; author. 
History of the Baptists in New England; d. Hamilton, N. Y,, 
Feb. 21, 1875. D. D., U. R., 1873. 



*John Perkins Farrar, b. Mason Village, now Greenville, N. 
H., Aug. 25, 1824. A. New Ipswich, N. H., and Fair Haven, 
Vt. ; ord. Boston, Mass., Jan. 4, 1849; Adv. min. ; p. Low 
Hampton, N. Y., 1855-58; N. T. I. 1858-61; p. Bapt. ch., 
East Wallingford, Vt., 1861-63, 1870-72; South Chelmsford, 
Mass., 1863-65; 3d. ch., Lynn, 1865-67; Sturbridge, 1867-69; 



1862] STUDENTS 95 

Ludlow, Vt., 1872-78; Vineyard Haven, Mass., 1883-85; many 
ev. and s. serv. ; ed. Messiah's Herald, 3 yrs.; res. Lynn, Mass.; 
d. Lynn, Dec. 1, 1901. 

Benjamin Franklin Lawrence, b. Jay, Me., Apr. 14, 1835. 
W. C. 1858; N. T. I. 1859-60; in civ. war, 2d R. I. Vols.; ord. 
Cape Neddick, Me., May 22, 1862; p. Cape Neddick, Jan. 1862— 
Apr. 1865; East Corinth, Apr. 1865— Apr. 1867; Dexter, Apr. 
1867— May 1870; Brunswick, May 1870— Sept. 1874; Groton, 
Mass., Oct. 1874— Oct. 1880; Colo, and Wis., 1880-81; Meriden, 
N. H., July 1881— Nov. 1880; Jefferson, Me., Nov. 1886— May 
1890; Buckfield, May 1890— Sept. 1897; Shutesbury, Mass., 
Nov. 1898— Oct. 1899; Mendon, Jan. 1900— Jan. 1902; Bow, 
N. H., Aug. 1904— Oct. 1905; ad. 47 Highland St., Marlboro, 
Mass. 

Horatio C Lillie, b. Butternuts, N. Y., 1838. U. C. 1859; 
N. T. I. 1859-60; far. South New Berlin, N. Y., I860—; ad. 
Gilbertsville, N. Y.? 

*JucIah Teagwe Pompilly, b. Turner, Me., Mar. 17, 1837. W. 

C. 1859; N. T. L 1859-60; not ord.; in bus.; d. Brooklyn, N. 
Y., Aug. 6, 1870. 

* Albert Knight Potter, b. Coventry, R. L, June 28, 1833. 
B. U. 1859; N. T. L 1859-60; ord. South Berwick, Me., Sept. 
27, 1860; p. South Berwick, 1860-64; State St. ch., Springfield, 
Mass., 1864-83; Dudley St. ch., Boston, 1883— Sept. 1887; 
author, many periodical articles; d. Springfield, Nov. 3, 1887. 

D. D., M. U., 1881. 

=^=Moses M. Randolph, b. Atlanta, 111., 1835. S. C. 1 yr.; p. 
Shirley, Mass., 1858-59; ord. Mar. 24, 1859; N. T. I. 1859-60; 
U. S. Vols. 1861-62; d. battle Pittsburg Landing, Apr. 6, 1862. 



Charles Brooks, b. Holden, Mass., Feb. 8, 1830. B. U. 1851- 
53; tea. 1854-59; N. T. I. Feb. 1860-61; ord. West Wardsboro, 
Vt., Sept. 19, 1861; p. West Wardsboro, July 1861-64; del. 
Christ. Cmn. 6 weeks; p. Rowe, Mass., and Charlemont, Jime 
1864— June 1867; West Royalston, 1867-69; Weston, Vt., 
1869-70; Milford, la., and Sciola, July 1870— Dec. 1871; Ox- 
ford, Jan. 1872— Sept. 1873; Lone Tree, Oct. 1873— Feb. 1877; 
Monmouth, Feb. 1877— Feb. 1878; Algona, Feb. 1878— Feb. 
1879; Prairie Creek, 1880, 3 mos.; Livermore, 1880-81; vol. 
miss, in many new towns; lect. ; w. c. Livermore, 1889 — ?; 
ad. State Hospital, Cherokee, la. 

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1863 

N. J. WheEt.ER, Class Secretary 

*GRANVILLE SHARP ABBOTT, b. North Reading, Mass., 
Feb. 27, 1837. B. U. 1860; N. T. I. 1860-63; ord. South Bos- 
ton, Sept. 4, 1863; p. South Boston, Sept. 1863— Sept. 1869; 
Watertown, Nov. 1869— Dec. 1876; San Francisco. Cal., 1877- 
78; Oakland, Apr. 1878— Jan. 1882; ed. Herald of Truth, 1880- 
89; agt. A. B. P. S., 1882-94; res. Oakland; author, 5. S. 
Question Books, 1872-78; ed. bd. Watchman, 4 yrs. ; d. Oakland, 
Nov. 22, 1897. D. D., Cal., C, 1880, B. U., 1883. 

TIMOTHY HORTON BALL, b. Agawam, Mass., Feb. 16, 
1826. F. C. 1850 ; miss. 1850-60 ; ord. Crown Point, Ind. , Dec. 30, 
1855; N. T. I. 1860-63; p. Crown Point, Ind., 1863-95; prin. 
Crown Point Inst. 1865-71; newsp. ed., Nov. 1867— Mar. 1870, 
1878-79, 1886-89; S. S. miss, for northwestern Indiana, Am. 
S. S. Un., Apr. 1888— Dec. 1895; chapl. historical sec, publ. 
of annual reports of Old Settler and Historical Assoc, of Lake 
Co., Ind., July 1875—; author, Lake County, 1834-1872, 1873; 
Lake of the Red Cedars, 1880; Clarke and its Surroundings, 1540- 
1877, 1882; Notes on Luke's Gospel, 1889; Poems and Hymns, 
1889; Annie B., 1893; Northwestern Indian, 1800-1900; In- 
spired Scriptures, 1903; cor. various papers; ad. 12 E. North 
St., Crown Point, Ind. 

*ISAAC DAVIS COLBURN, b. Hudson, N. H.. Sept. 30, 
1831. B. U. 1859; N. T. I. 1859-63; ord. Roxbury, Sept. 1863; 
miss. A. B. M. U., Maulmain, Burma, Mar. — Nov., 1864; Tavoy, 
Nov. 1864— Dec. 1867; Toungoo, Dec. 1867— Apr. 1869; 
Rangoon, Apr. 1869 — June 1880; inv. since 1880; res. Nashua, 
N. H., 1887-1907; d. Nashua, Mar. 5, 1907. 

JAMES CHAMPLIN FERNALD, b. Portland, Me., Aug. 18, 
1838. H. U. 1860; N. T. I. 1860-63; ord. Rutland, Vt., Mar. 
•23, 1864; p. Rutland, 1862-65; Waterville, Me., 1865-66; in 
F:urope, 1866-67; w. c. Cambridge, Mass., 1868-69; p. Gran- 
ville, O., 1869-72; in govt. serv. Washington, D. C, 1872-76; 
p. McConnelsville, O., 1876-77; Clyde, 1877-79; Galion, 1879- 
80; Springfield, 1881-85; Garrettsville, 1885-89; ed. work with 
Funk & Wagnalls, New York, N. Y., 1889—; author, The 
Economics of Prohibition, 1890; Synonyms, Antonyms and 
Prepositions of the English Language, 1891 ; The New Womanhood, 
1894; The Spaniard in History, 1898; The Imperial Republic, 
1898; The Home Training of Children, 1898; True Motherhood, 
1900; Connectives of English Speech, 1904; A Working Grammar 
of the English Language, 1907 ;ed. Students' Standard Dictionary; 
The Concise Standard Dictionary; The Classic Speller ; Scientific 



1863] STUDENTS 97 

Sidelights, 1901; ed. on Standard Dictionary; assoc. ed. Columbian 
Encyclopedia; ad. 207 Lorraine Ave., Upper Montclair, N. J. 
L. H. D., D. U., 1904. 

*ADONIRAM JUDSON GORDON, b. New Hampton, N. H., 
Apr. 19, 1836. B. U. 1860; N. T. I. 1860-63; ord. Jamaica 
Plain, June 29, 1863; p. Jamaica Plain, June 1863— Dec. 1869; 
Clarendon St. ch., Boston, Dec. 1869— Feb. 1895; fd. Gordon 
Bib. and Miss. Tm. Sch., now Gordon Sch. of N. T. I., 1889; 
author. In Christ, 1872; Congregational Worship, 1874; 
Grace and Glory, 1880; Ministry of Healing, 1882; The Twofold 
Life, 1883, 1884; Ecce Venit, 1889; The Holy Spirit in Missions, 
1893; The ministry of the Spirit, 1894; How Christ came to 
Church, 1895; ed. Vestry Hymn and Tune Book, 1872; (with 
S. L. Caldwell) Service of Song for Baptist Churches, 1871, 1878, 
1881; (with A. T. Pierson) Coronation Hymnal, 1894; d. Boston, 
Feb. 2, 1895. D. D., B. U., 1878. 

LEWIS BAKER HIBBARD, b. St. Armand, now Abbott's 
Corner, P. Q., Nov. 20, 1834. N. H. L. T. I. 1853-61; N. T. I. 
1861-63; ord. Waterbury Centre, Vt., June 29, 1864; p. Water- 
bury Centre, Sept. 1863— Feb. 1867; Somerville, Mass., Feb. 
1867— Mar. 1868; Grafton, Vt., Mar. 1868— Sept. 1872; 
Adams, Mass., Oct. 1872 — Apr. 1874; health failed; far. 
Charlotte, Vt., May 1874— Sept. 1877; s. Bristol, Aug. 1874— 
Mar. 1875; ed. Vermont Farmer, St. Johnsbury, win. 1876-77; 
p. Cavendish, Sept. 1877— Oct. 1879; chapl. Vt. Senate, 1878- 
1880; prop, and ed. Vermont Tribune, Ludlow, 1879-81; p. 
Cedar Rapids, la.. May 1882 — May 1883; ed. Farmer's Review, 
Chicago, 111., May 1883 — May 1884; cmnr. agric. and act. dir. 
gen. exp.. New Orleans, 1885; gen. man. Minneapolis exp. 
1886; jud. police ct.. Highland Park, 111., 1889-1909; city 
coUec. May 1893— May 1896; res. Highwood, May 1883— Sept. 
1887; Highland Park, May 1887— Feb. 1909; cur. Des M. C. 
lib. Mar. 1909 — ; author. Centennial History Baptist Church, 
Abbott's Corner, P. Q., 1900; ed. Lake County Post, Jan. 1890 — 
June 1892; cor. various papers, ad. 1524 10th St., Des Moines, 
la. 

*HARRIS SMITH INMAN, b. Anthony, R. I., 1835. B. U. 
1860; N. T. I. 1860-63; ord. Auburn, Me., Dec. 1, 1863; p. 
Auburn, 1863-66; Broadway ch.. Providence, R. I., 1866-67; 
publ. and books.. Providence, miss, and s., many chs., 1867- 
1908; d. Providence, May 8, 1908. 

*STILLMAN KERSEY RECORD, b. Minot, now Auburn, 
Me., Dec. 12, 1826. W. C. 1860; N. T. I. 1860-63; not ord.; s. 
Sterling, Mass., Sept. 1863— Feb. 1864; Saco, Me., Feb.— Mar., 
1864; miss. Am, S. S. Un., R. I., Mass., and New Eng., exc. Vt., 



98 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1863 

1864-79; vol. miss., Fla., 1885, 1887; horticulturist, Worcester, 
Mass., 1877-1911; author, tracts and pamphlets; lect. on 
horticulture, temp., and pol. econ.; d. Worcester, Apr. 22, 
1911. 

DANIEL APPLETON WHITE SMITH, b. WaterviUe, 
Me., June 18, 1840. H. U. 1859; N. T. I. 1860-63; ord. New- 
ton Centre, July 26, 1863; miss. A. B.M. U., Rangoon, Burma, 
1864-66; Henzada, 1866-75; pres. Karen T. S., Rangoon, 1876- 
90; Insein, 1890 — ; author, Sketch of the Life of Edward Ahiel 
Stevens, 1886; Sound Principles of Interpretation, 1902; (in 
Karen) Qiiestions on the Parables, Miracles and the Men of the 
Bible, 1874; Principles of Logic, 1883, 1901; Notes of the An- 
notated Paragraph Bible of the London Religious Tract Society, 
1887, 1910; Little Henry and His Bearer, 1890; The Heart- 
Book, 1892; Handbook of the Bible, 1892, 1909; Sermonizing 
and Preaching, 1899; Texts for Christian Workers, 1905; Pas- 
tor's Handbook; Psalms arranged for Responsive Reading; over 
sixty hymns, mostly translations in the Karen Hymn-Book; 
ed. The Morning Star, 1868 — ; trans. Wayland's Moral Science, 
1885, 1910; ad. Insein, Burma. D. D., B. U. T. S., 1883. 

HENRY OLIN WALKER, b. Whiting, Vt., Oct. 15, 1835. 
N. H. L. T. I. 1857-60; N. T. I. 1860-63; ord. East Weare, 
N. H., Jan. 20, 1864; p. East Weare, Jan. 1864— Sept. 1867; 
Deerfield, Oct. 1867— Sept. 1886; w. c. Merrimac, Mass.; s. 
Newton, N. H. ; occ. s.; res. Merrimac, Mass. A. M., C. U., 
1870. 

NELSON JOSEPH WHEELER, b. Shelbume Falls, Mass., 
Aug. 9, 1833. H. U. 1860; N. T. I. 1860-63; ord. Skowhegan, 
Me., Sept. 2, 1863; p. Skowhegan, July 1863— July 1869; 
Cent, ch., Newport, R. I., Aug. 1869— Apr. 1879; Kalamazoo, 
Mich., 1879— Apr. 1882; North ch., Washington, D. C, Nov. 
1884— Mar. 1888; miss. Philadelphia, Pa., 1888-89; Orange, 
N. J., Jan. 1890— Jan. 1891; p. Tarrytown, N. Y., Feb. 1891— 
June 1895; act. p. Pawtuxet, R. I., Jan. 1896-99; miss. Provi- 
dence, R. I., Sept. 1910-1911; assoc. ed. Religious Herald, 
Richmond, Va., 1885-1888; ed. Soo Thah (by Dr. Bunker); ad. 
60 Forest St., Providence, R. I. 



Henry Hinckley, b. Boston, Mass., May 9, 1832. H. U. 
1860; N. T. I. 1860-62; ord. Winchester, Mass., Sept. 1, 1862; 
p. Winchester, Sept. 1862— Oct. 1866; Groveland, Nov. 1866— 
Sept. 1870; Cambridgeport, Oct. 1870— Aug. 1878; East ch., 
Lynn, Sept. 1878— Aug. 1893; Roslindale, Sept. 1893-1899; 
asst. p. Ruggles St. ch., Boston, 1899-1902; ad. 116 Upland 
Road, Cambridge, Mass. 



1864] STUDENTS 99 

*Robert Gray Johnson, b. Nahant, Mass., Aug. 21, 1833. B. 
U. 1860; N. T. I. 1860-61; ord. Felchville, Vt., Jan. 16, 1862; 
p. Felchville, Sept. 1861— May 1865; Wallingford, May 1865— 
June 1867; Westminster, Mass., June 1867 — Sept. 1871; Hollis- 
ton, Sept. 1871— May 1875; North Springfield, Vt., Aug. 1875— 
Aug. 1883; Littkton, Mass., Nov. 1883— June 1888; Dighton, 
Nov. 1888— June 1891; West Medway, June 1891— July 1896; 
w. c. Weston, 1896-1905; d. Weston, Mar. 16, 1905. 

Adoniram Jadson Rich, b. Cooper, Me., Dec. 6, 1834. W. C. 
1859-61; N. T. I. 1860-63; U. T. S. 1863; ord. Cong, ch., 
Dorchester, Mar. 1864; p. Dorchester, July 1863-1867; West- 
minster, 1867-70; Unit, ch., Brookfield, 1870-79; Hyde Park, 
1879-83; Fall River, 1883-90; Milford, N. H., 1890-1899; 
Dighton, Mass., 1899-1909; p. em. Sept. 1909—; author, 
History of \2bth Anniversary of First Congregational Church, 
Westininster, Mass., 1869; Lives of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pills- 
bury, 1899; ad. Dighton, Mass. 

*CharIes Herbert Richardson, b. Saxton's River, Vt., Oct. 20, 
1833. A. C. 1860; N. T. I. 1860-62; ord. Massena, N. Y., Jan 8, 
1863; p. Massena, 1863-64; chapl. U. S. Army, 1864-65; p. 
Felchville, Vt., 1865-70; Pittsfield, N. H., 1870-71; Northville, 
Mich., 1871-74; Rome, 1874-78; Marshall, Minn., 1878-80; w. c. 
Sioux City, la., 1880-1903; d. Sioux City, May 11, 1903. 

Edward Manning Saunders, b. Aylesford, N. S., Dec. 20, 1829. 
Ac. C. 1858; N. T. I. 1860-61; ord. West ComwaUis, N. S., Dec. 
15, 1858; p. 2d Comwallis ch., Dec. 1858— June 1867; 1st ch. 
Halifax, Oct. 1867 — Oct. 1881; co-ed. Christian Visitor, Halifax, 
1882-85; lit. work, Halifax, 1885—; chapl. City Home, Halifax, 
1882-1910; p. Fredericton, N. B., Sept. 1893-1894; author, 
The History of the Baptists of the Maritime Provinces; Three 
Nova Scotia Premiers; The Life of Rev. John Wiswall; ad. 28 
Carleton St., Halifax, D. D., Ac. C, 1882. 

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1864 

F. D. Blake, Class Secretary 

FREDERIC DANA BLAKE, b. Princeton, Mass., Aug. 3, 
1839. W. C. 1861; N. T. I. 1861-64; asst. instr. Heb. N. T. I., 
1863-64; ord. Gardiner, Me., Aug. 3, 1864; p. Gardiner, July 
1864— July 1868; New London. N. H., Mar. 1869— Mar. 1873; 
Cherryfield, Me., May 1875— May 1880; Oakland, May 1880— 
July 1883; Wickford, R. I., Mar. 1884— Mar. 1892; Attle- 
boro, Mass., Mar. 1896— Nov. 1001; supt. schs. North Kings- 
tov/r: V . I., Nov. 1905—; ad. Wickford, R. I. 



leO THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1864 

STEPHEN HILTON, b. Bremen, Me., Feb. 22, 1834. B. C. 
2 yrs.; N. T. I. 1861-64; ord. Damariscotta, Me., Aug. 3, 1864; 
ed. Evangel, San Francisco, Cal., 1864-73; tea. Cal., 1874-84; 
w. c. Milpitas, 1884-86; far. and pr. Cal. and Wash., res. Lynden, 
Wash., 1886-98; San Francisco, Cal., Nov. 1898—?; ad. Mor- 
gan Hill, Cal. 

* ALBERT DE FORREST PALMER, b. Augusta, Me., Mar. 
12, 1839. B. C. 1861; N. T. I. 1861-64; ord. Dover, Me., Sept. 
27, 1865; p. Dover, May 1865— Oct. 1866; s. McGregor, la., 
Oct. 1866— May 1867; West Waterville, Me., Sept. 1867-68; p. 
North Tewksbury, Mass., Mar. 1869-72; Chicopee, Jan. 1872— 
July 1875; North Berwick, Me., May 1876— Sept. 1883; Middle- 
bury, Vt., Sept. 1883— Mar. 1889; Plaistow, N. H., Oct. 1889— 
May 1896; w. c. Danvers, Mass., 1896-1906; Plaistow, N. H., 
1906-1910; d. Plaistow, Jan. 27, 1910. 

JOSEPH HOLDEN SEDGWICK, b. Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 3, 
1838. D. U. 1859; N. T. I. 1860-62, 1863-64; 44th Mass. Vols., 
-Sept. 1862— Sept. 1863; s. Newark, O., 1864-65; ord. Seymour, 
Ind., Oct. 3, 1865; p. Seymour, 1865-66, 1877-80; miss. Am. S. 
.S. Un. 1868-72, 1880-87; p. Defiance, O., 1873-74; Clinton, 111., 
Sept. 1874— Sept. 1876; city miss. Cincinnati, O., Sept. 1887—; 
ad. 3109 Austen Ave., Pleasant Ridge, Cincinnati. 

*EDWARD OLIVER STEVENS, b. Maulmain, Burma, Dec. 
17, 1838. B. U. 1861; N. T. I. 1861-64; ord. Newton Centre, 
Oct. 23, 1864; act. p. Sturbridge ch., Fiskdale, 1864-65; miss. 
A. B. M. U., Prome, Burma, Nov. 1866— Sept. 1889; Maulmain, 
Sept. 1889— Apr. 1902; Insein, Nov. 1902-10; act. p. Eng. 
ch., Maulmain, 1891 — Apr. 1893; author, Burmese Guide to 
Musical Notation, 1880; many sermons and historical sketches 
in English and Burmese, 1880-1911; ed. Burmese Baptist Hymn 
and Tune Book, 1880; 2d edition of Judson's Burman and 
English Dictionary, 1883; Peep of Day, (trans., Mrs. E. O. 
Stevens) 1890; Talaing Spelling Book, 1893; Elementary 
Questions in Astronomy, 1894; Vocabulary, English and Peguan, 
1896; Narrative of the First Burman War, 1897; The Peguan 
Hymn Book, 1897; Streaks of Light, 1901; Haswell's Grammati- 
cal Notes and Vocabulary of the Peguan, 1902; Ancient History, 
1905; Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress, (trans., Mrs. S. B. Judson) 
1906; Pastor's Handbook, 1907; Todd's Lectures to Children, 
1908; Daily Food, 1910; Burman Messenger, 5 yrs.; Sabbath 
Awakener, 2 yrs.; trans. 63 published hymns; reviser, Burmese 
Bible; d. Insein, Nov. 23, 1910. D. D., Cy. C, 1899. 

*SAMUEL WOODBURY, b. Newburyport, Mass., Sept. 28, 
1840. B. U. 1858-61; N. T. I. 1861-64; ord. Orleans, Dec. 28, 
1864; p. Orleans, 1864-66; New Boston, N. H., 1866-68; Brain- 



1865] STUDENTS lOl 

tree, Vt., 1869-71; Dunbarton, N. H., 1871-73; Pembroke, 
Me., 1873-76; Blue Hill, 1877-80; Waldo, Fla., s. in vie, 
1880-82; tea. Norridgewock, Me., 1882-83; p. Newton Junction, 
N. H., 1884-86; Bow, May 1886— Nov. 1888; Chester, Nov. 
1888— Nov. 1890; Wells, Me., Nov. 1890— May 1893; Bow, 
N. H., May 1893-1903; w. c. Orleans, Mass., May 1903— May 
1905; p. Belchertown, 1905-10; d. East Orleans, Dec. 11, 1911. 
A. M., U. C, 1868. 



*SamtjeI White Dwncan, b. Haverhill, Mass., Dec. 19, 1838. 
B. U. 1860; N. T. I. 1861-62; U. S. Army, 1862-63, capt.; 
R. T. S. 1864-66; ord. Cleveland, O., Apr. 18,1867; p. Euclid 
Ave. ch., Cleveland, Aug. 1866— Mar. 1875; 9th St. ch., Cin- 
cinnati, Mar. 1875— Sept. 1883; 2d. ch., Rochester, N. Y., 
1883— July 1888; w. c. Haverhill, Mass., 1888-90; for. sec. 
A. B. M. U., Dec. 1890-91, May 1892— Oct. 1898; res. Brookline, 
Mass., 1892-98; d. Brookline, Oct. 30, 1898. D. D.,U.Chic., 
1875. 

*George Ober, b. Beverly, Mass., Sept. 8, 1835. U. R. 1859- 
61; N. T. I. 1861-63; health failed; far. 1863-80; ord. Sea- 
brook, N. H., Mar. 23, 1880; p. Seabrook, 1 yr.; Brentwood, 
3 yrs.; Grafton, Vt., 1884-86; agt. A. B. P. S., Brattleboro, 
1886-89; city miss., Bridgeport, Conn., 1889 — ?; far. and occ. 
min. serv., Milford, Rowaytown; d. Bridgeport, Dec. 17, 1902, 

Henry Kirke Porter, b. Concord, N. H., Nov. 24, 1840. B. 
U. 1860; N. T. I. 1861-62; priv. 45th Mass. Vols. 1862-63; R. 
T. S. 1865-66; not ord.; in bus. Pittsburg, Pa., 1866—; memb. 
58th U. S. Congress from Pittsburg; ad. Pittsburg. LL. D., 
Bu. U., 1893. 9—5* 

IS65 

L. G. Barrett, Class Secretary 

LUTHER GUSTAVUS BARRETT, b. Watertown, Mass., 
Dec. 5, 1838. H. U. 1862; N. T. I. 1862-65; in U. S. Christ. 
Cmn. 1863-64; ord. Watertown, Sept. 17, 1865; p. Weston, 
Dec. 1867— Jan. 1870; Winchester, Feb. 1870— Feb. 1874; 
Berean ch.. New York, N. Y., Oct. 1875— Nov. 1877; South 
Abington, now Whitman, Mass., Aug. 1878 — Apr. 1880; Pleas- 
ant St. ch.. Concord, N. H., Sept. 1880-84; prof. vShaw U., 
Raleigh, N. C, Sept. 1885— Sept. 1886; p. Bristol, R. I., Feb. 
1887— Dec. 1888; 5th St. ch., Lowell, Mass., Jan. 1888— Nov. 
1891; Milford, Dec. 1891— Nov. 1893; pres. Jackson C, 
Jackson, Miss., 1894-1911; author, sermons and addresses; 
ad. 6 Sacramento St., Cambridge, Mass. 



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ALONZO BUNKER, b. Atkinson, Me., Jan. 30, 1837. W. 

C. 1862; N. T. I. 1862-65; in U. S. Christ. Cmn. 1865; ord. 
East Winthrop, Me., Aug. 3, 1865; miss. A. B. M. U., Toungoo, 
Burma, 1866 — ; author, Story of Soo Thah, 1902; trans, into 
Karen, sch. books; Foster's Story of the Bible, 1884; in U. S., 
1902—; ad. 216 Pleasant St., Newton Centre, Mass. 

*JOSIAH NELSON GUSHING, b. Attleboro, Mass., May 4, 
1840. B. U. 1862; N. T. I. 1862-65; ord. Providence, R. I., 
July 1, 1865; asst. instr. Heb., N. T. I., 1864-66; miss. A. B. M. 
U., Toungoo, Burma, 1867-74; Bhamo, 1876-79; Rangoon, 
1880-1905; pres. Rangoon Bapt. C, 1893-1905; author, 
Elementary Handbook of the Shan Language, 1880, 1888; 
Grammatical Sketch of the Kachin Language, 1880; Shan and 
English Dictionary, 1881; Shan Hymnbook; Christ and Buddha, 
1907; trans. New Testament into Shan, 1882, 1887, 1903; Old 
Testament, 1891; F. R. G. S., and memb. of many Eng. educ. 
socs.; d. St. Louis, Mo., May 17, 1905. Ph. D., B. U., 1898; 

D. D., B. U., 1881. 

*LONZO LYON FITTZ, b. Marblehead, Mass., Dec. 17, 1839. 
A. C. 1857-60; B. U. 1861; N. T. I. 1862-65; ord. South Wil- 
braham, now Hampden, Feb. 20, 1866; p. South Wilbraham, 
1865-66; Saginaw City, Mich., Jan. 1867— Feb. 1868; Somerset, 
Mass., Dec. 1869— Mar. 1874; Rockland, Feb. 1875-78; act. 
p. Ashland, 1879— May 1881; Calvary ch., Salem, 1881-83; 
Lake Village, now Lakeport, N. H., 1883 — June 1887; s. various 
weak chs., 1887 — ?; d. Westboro, Mass., Jime 30, 1905. 

*FRANK ROGERS MORSE, b. Salisbury, N. H., Nov. 2, 
1839. D. C. 1861; N. T. I. 1861-62, 1863-65; ord. Groton 
Junction, now Ayer, Oct. 16, 1862; p. Groton Junction, 1862-63; 
East Cambridge, 1865-67; Worthen St. ch., Lowell, 1867-71; 
Temple ch., Fall River, 1871-72; Tabernacle ch., Albany, 
N. Y., 1872-79; Tabernacle ch., Brooklyn, 1879— May 1888; 
ed. Watch Tower; asst. p. Calvary, ch.. New York, Nov. 1888 — 
Mar. 1904; d. New York, Mar. 30, 1904. D. D., Cent. U., 
1882. 

JAMES FREDERICK NORRIS, b. Danbury, N. H., Mar. 
10, 1839, W. C. 1859-60; B. T. S. 1862-64; N. T. I. 1864-65; 
ord. 1st. ch., Portland, Me., Aug. 4, 1865; miss. A. B. M. U.,Tavoy, 
Burma, 1865-72, in U. S. 1872-76; p. Presque Isle, Me., 1876-77; 
Guilford Centre, 1877-79; miss. A. B. M. U., Burma, Jan. 1879— 
Nov. 1885; h. m. work, Cal. and Wash., 1888-91; w. c. Foxcroft, 
Me., 1891-1904; Mont., 1904-07; Foxcroft, Me., 1907—. 

*ELI PIERCE NO YES, b. Jefferson, Me., July 20, 1835. 
W. C; N. T. I. 1862-65; ord. East Washington, N. H., Aug. 16, 



1866] STUDENTS 103 

1865; p. East Washington, 1865-68; Amherst, 1868-71; Acton, 
Me., 1871-78; d. Lebanon, Me., Aug. 16, 1883. 

"WALTER RICE, b. Ashbumham, Mass., Dec. 25, 1836. 
Bel. C. 1862; N. T. I. 1862-65; del. Christ. Cmn. 1863; ord. 
West Acton, Mass., July 25, 1865; p. West Acton, June 1865— 
Mar. 1867; Cong, ch.. South Royalston, May, 1868— Apr. 
1874; post-grad. A. T. S. 1874-75; p. Lunenburg, Apr. 1875— 
Aug. 1879; Brandon, Vt., May 1880— Dec. 1888; s. Yarmouth, 
Mass., and various chs.; p. Agawam, Mass., Dec. 1891 — July 
1908; ret.; author Brandon Centennial Address, 1885; cont. to 
press; res. Agawam 1908 — . 



Samuel King Dexter, b. Providence, R. I., Sept. 6, 1837. 
M. U. 1862; M. U. T. S. 1862-63; N. T. I. 1663-64; ord. Sheldon- 
ville, Oct. 1864; p. Sheldonville, 1884-65; Windsor, Vt., 1865- 
68; Bennington, 1868-71; Warren, R. I., 1871-83; Keyport, 
N. J., 1883- Nov. 1889; Vallejo, Cal., Dec. 1889-92; Ceres, 
1892-94; Alhambra, 1894-97; s. Elmonte, 1897-98; p. Es- 
condido, 1905-07; Hueneme, 1907-08; ret.; ad. 0331 Phila- 
delphia St., Los Angeles. 

George Langford Hunt, b. Boston, Mass., Oct. 21, 1842. W. 
C. 1862; N. T. I. 1862-63; ord. Barre, June 3, 1863; p. Barre, 
1863-64; Athol, 1864-67; Northampton, 1867-70; Mystic 
River, Conn., 1870-81; Hoboken, N. J., 1881-85; chapl. N. Y. 
Pen., 1887; p. Edgefield, S. C, 1888-91; Augusta, Ga., 1891-92; 
Hasbrouck Heights, N. J., 1897 — ?; author, Sermons and 
Lectures, 1880; ad. in 1905, 110 South Columbia St., Alexandria, 
Va. D. D., W. F. C, 1875. 

James Alexander Robert, b. Robertsville, S. C, Oct. 9, 1838. 
B. U.; U. Mich.; prof. Mod. Lang. Burl. U., la., 1881-62; 
N. T. I. 1862-64; U. T. S. 1864-65; not ord.; prof. Anc. and 
Mod. Lang., Vas. C, 1867-69; prof. Anc. Lang., Burl. U., 
1869-70; law. 1869-74; pres. Cooper A., Dayton, O., 1874-86; 
ret; res. Davton; trav., 1909—. Ph. D., D. U., 1883. 

11— *4 

1866 

H. G. Gay, Class Secretary 

WILLIAM CAREY BARROWS, b. Ellsworth, Me., Feb. 2, 
1839. W. C. 1862; 24th Me. Vols., 1st serg. 1862, 2d lieut. 
1863; N. T. I. 1863-66; ord. Freeport, Me., Aug. 22, 1866; p. 
Freeport, 1866— Oct. 1868; North Berwick, Nov. 1868— Dec. 
1871; Waltham, Mass., Jan. 1872— Oct. 1875; Biddeford, Me., 
Nov. 1875— Oct. 1878; Rockland, Nov. 1878— Sept. 1882; 



104 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1866 

Lewiston, Oct. 1882— Aug. 1885; s. 1885-87; p. Rockland, 
Mass., Sept. 1887— Dec. 1891; Woburn, Jan. 1892— Apr. 1897; 
act. p. Istch., Somerville, Nov. 1897— Nov. 1898; Kennebunk- 
port, Me., Mar. 1899— Mar. 1902; Biddeford, May 1902— ^pt. 
1908; Tenants Harbor, Oct. 1908—. 

GEORGE SAVILIAN CHASE, b. Chester, N. H., July 29, 
1836. Pinkerton A., Derry; N. T. I. 1862-64, 1865-66; 
agt. Christ. Cran. 1864-65; ord. Chester, N. H., July 10, 1866; 
p. Braintree, Vt., Oct. 1866— Mar. 1869; Colchester, Mar. 
1869— June 1872; Northwood, N. H., Sept. 1872— Sept. 1877; 
Richford, Vt., Sept. 1877— Jan. 1881; miss. agt. Vt. State 
Conv., Jan.— Oct., 1881; p. Derby, Nov. 1881— Dec. 1889; 
prin. Derby A., 1883-84; p. Springvale, Me., Dec. 1889— Dec. 
1894; Mechanic Falls, Dec. 1895— Mar. 1899; Warren, Apr., 
1899— Sept. 1902; South Hanson, Mass., Jan. 1904—; ad. 
Burrage. 

*SIMEON LOVELL BEARCE CHASE, b. Minot, Me., Apr. 
26, 1835. W. C. 1863; N. T. I. 1863-66; ord. Bangor, Me., 
Sept. 18, 1866; p. 2dch., Bangor, Aug. 1866— Apr. 1872; Rock- 
land, May 1872— May 1878; Bath, Aug. 1878— Dec. 1879; Free- 
hold, N. J., Jan. 1881— Aug. 1883; Methuen, Mass., Aug. 1883— 
May, 1887; Great Falls, now Somersworth, N. H., Dec. 1887-89; 
d. Buckfield, Me., Sept. 11, 1889. 

*SAMUEL EATON FITZ, b. Boston, Mass., Jan. 26, 1836. 
H. U. 1862; N. T. I. 1862-66; 1^ years in Christ Cmn.; not 
ord.; tea.; phys., Roxbury; d. Boston, Oct. 20, 1883. 

HENRY GORDON GAY, b. Lebanon, Conn., Mar. 18, 1836. 
B. U. 1863; 10th R. I. Vols., 1862, 26th Conn., 1862-63, 1st 
serg. and 2d lieut.; N. T. I. 1863-66; ord. Hudson, Sept. 11, 
1866; p. Hudson, Aug. 1866— Dec. 1870; in bus. 1870— spg. 
1873; p. East Longmeadow, June 1873 — Oct. 1875; Southwick, 
Nov. 1875— Sept. 1878; Woodville, Oct. 1878-83; s. Wales, 
1883-84; Salem, N. H., 1885-86; p. Fayville, Mass., Nov. 1886 
—June 1889; North Reading, Sept. 1890— Aug. 1893, May 
1895— Oct. 1901; ret.; ad. 14 Eaton St., Reading. 

GEORGE BO ARDMAN ILSLEY, b. Limerick, Me., Aug. 
17, 1839. W. C. 1863; N. T. I. 1863-66; ord. Springvale, Me., 
Nov. 21, 1868; p. Springvale, Sept. 1866— June 1873; Yar- 
mouth, July 1873— Oct. 1879; Lewiston, Nov. 1879— May 1881; 
2d ch., Bangor, June 1881— July 1900; Westbrook, Oct. 1900—; 
supt. pub. schs., in Sanford 3 yrs., in Yarmouth 4 yrs., in Ban- 
gor 13 yrs.; author, History of Sanford, 1870; Semi-Centcnnial 
of 2d Baptist Church, Bangor, 1895; Centennial of Limerick 
Baptist Church, 1896; Centennial of Cumberland, Me., Associa- 
tion, 1911; ad. 79 Brackett St., Westbrook. D. D., C. U., 1897. 



1866] STUDENTS 105 

ADDISON PARKER, b. Danbury, Conn., Nov. 12, 1839. 
B. U. 1862; in civ. war; N. T. I. 1863-66; ord. Natick, July 18, 
1866; p. Natick, July 1866— Aug. 1869; Bunker Hill ch., 
Charlestown, Aug. 1869— Oct. 1873; Elmira, N. Y., Nov. 1873— 
Sept. 1876; Palmyra, Oct. 1876— Apr. 1881; Morristown, N. J., 
June 1881-89; Somerville, Sept. 1889-91; La Porte, Ind., 
1891-96; Delphi, 1896-1901; Richmond, 1901-04; Piqua, O., 
1904-07; author. Letters from Asia, and other periodical articles; 
ad. 123 South 15th St., Richmond, Ind. 

*LYHAN PARTRIDGE, b. Medway, Mass., Aug. 23, 1836. 
B. U. 1863; N. T. I. 1863-66; ord. Wales, Nov. 13, 1866; p. 
Wales, 1866-69-; Wakefield, R. I., 1870-72; Sharon, Mass., 
1872-82; s. Roslindale, 1882; p. Westminster, 1883-92; West- 
wood, 1892-1905; author, sermons, addresses, historical papers; 
d. Westwood, Feb. 12. 1905. 



William Sullivan Barnes, b. June 16, 1841. N. T. I. 1863-64; 
ord. Melrose, Sept. 14, 1864; p. Melrose, 1864-68; Unit, ch., 
Wobiu^, 1869-79; Montreal, Can., 1880-1909; p. em., Sept. 
1909—; ad. 637 Grosvenor Ave., Westmount, P. Q.,Can. 
LL. D., Mag. U., 1909. 

*Forrcst Fayette Emerson, b. Lynnfield, Mass., May 16, 1839. 
U. S. Army, 1862; B. U. 1863; N. T. I. 1863-64; R. T. S. 
1864-65, 1866-67; ord. Wellsville, N. ¥., May 1865; p. Wells- 
ville, 1865-66; Brockport, July 1866— Feb. 1868; 1st ch., 
Gloucester, Mass., Feb. 1868— Oct. 1873; Asylum Ave. ch., 
Hartford, Conn., Oct. 1873— Mar. 1879; 1st Cong, ch., Amherst, 
Mass., June 1879 — Mar. 1883; Un. Cong, ch., Newport, R. I., 
1883-93; act. p. Un. Cong, ch., Worcester, Mass., 1893-96; 
insur. bus. Providence, R. I., 1896-1902; author, various 
pamphlets; d. Brooklyn, N. Y., May 10, 1902. 

*George Willis Warren, b. Boston, Mass., Feb. 13, 1841. 
H. U. 1860; N. T. I. 1863-64; A. T. S. 1864-67; act. prof. N. T. 
Lit., B. U. T. S., 18@8-69; tea. Boston, Mass., 1870; Orange, N. 
J., 1874-77; Farmington, Conn., 1877-80; in bus. Boston, Mass., 
1880-88; d. Somerville, Mar. 17, 1888. 

^HoIIis Smith Westgate, b. Plainfield, N. H., Feb. 7, 1841. 
D. C. 1863; N. T. I. 1863-64; tea. Columbus, O., 3 yrs.; stud. U. 
Heidelberg and U. Berlin, 1869-70; R. T. S. 1870-71; ord. 
Westfield, N. Y., May 1872; p. Westfield, 1872-73; Kingston, 
Dec. 1873— Sept. 1878; Cortland, Oct. 1878— Feb. 1880; gen. 
miss., Wyo., Colo., New Mex., 1880-81; health failed; in bus. 
near Manhattan, Kans., 1883-98; fd. Westgate; d. Westgate, 
July 19, 1898. 12— *6 



106 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1867 

1867 

H. S. Burr AGE, Class Secretary 

JAMES WILLIAM ASHTON, b. Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 18, 
1843. U. P. 1863; adj. 157th Pa. Vols., 1862-64; P. E. D. S. 
1864-65; N. T. I. 1866-67; ord. Waterford, N. Y., Sept. 1867; 
p. Waterford, 1867-70; Cent, ch., Norwich, Conn., 1870-71; 
ord. dea. Epis. ch., Philadelphia, Pa., June 9, 1872, pt. Sept. 
28, 1872; act. r. St. Matthew's and St. Matthias's chs., Phila- 
delphia, 1872; r. ch. of Our Merciful Saviour, now ch. of the 
Annunciation, Philadelphia, Dec. 1872-78; assoc. r. Grace ch., 
Philadelphia, Dec. 1878-81; St. Stephen's ch.. Olean. N. Y., 
Apr. 1883—. D. D., Hob. C, 1890. 

*SETH JONES AXTELL, b. Worcester, Mass., Dec. 18, 1841. 
Corp. 51st Mass. Vols., Aug. 1862— July 1863; B. U. 1864; 
N. T. I. 1864-67; ord. Monroe, Mich., Jan. 31, 1868; p. Monroe, 
Jan. 1868— July 1870; West Medway, Mass., Dec. 1870— Mar. 
1878; pres. Leland U., New Orleans, La., 1878-81, instr. 1881- 
82; p. Weymouth, Mass., Jan. 1883— May 1888; pres. Cent. U., 
Pella, la., 1888-90; prof. Gr. Kal. C, 1890-1902; author, poems 
and articles in press; d. Kalamazoo, Mich., Mar. 23, 1902. 

HENRY SWEETSER BURRAGE, b. Fitchburg, Mass., Jan. 
7, 1837. B. U. 1861; N. T. I. 1861-62, 1865-67; U. S. Army, 
1862-65, capt., brev. maj., act. asst. adj. gen.; stud. U. Halle, 
1868-69; ord. Waterville, Me., Dec. 30, 1869; p. Waterville, 
Jan. 1870— Oct. 1873; ed. Zion's Advocate, Oct. 1873— 1905; 
chapl. Natl. Soldiers' Home, Togus, Me., 1905 — ; state his- 
torian of Maine, 1907; author, Brown University in the Civil 
War, 1868; The Act of Baptism in the History of the Christian 
Church, 1879; History of the Anabaptists of Switzerland, 1882; 
Rosier' s Relation of Waymotith's Voyage to the Coast of Maine 
in 1605, 1887; Baptist Hymn Writers and their Hymns, 1888; 
History of the Baptists in New England, 1894; History of the 
Baptists in Maine, 1904; Gettysburg and Lincoln, 1906; Early 
English and French Voyages, 1906; Maine at Louisburg in 1745, 
1910; many papers in reviews and magazines. D. D., B. U., 
1883. 

HENRY FRANCIS COLBY, b. Roxbury, Mass., Nov. 25, 
1842. B. U. 1862; N. T. I. 1864-67; ord. Dayton, O., Jan. 16, 
1868; p. 1st ch., Dayton, Jan. 1868— Jan. 1903; author, 
Memoirs of Gardner Colby; Ebenezer Thresher and Eliam E. 
Barney; trav. extensively in Europe and Orient; res. 340 West 
1st St., Dayton. D. D., B. U., 1882. 

DENNIS DONOVAN, b. Myross, Ire., Apr. 8, 1837. U. V. M. 
1864; N. T. I. 1864-67; ord. Belchertown, Dec. 17, 1867; p. 



1867] STUDENTS 107 

Belchertown, Oct. 1867— Apr. 1869; Allendale, R. I., and 
Fruit Hill, Oct. 1869— June 1874; Shelby, N. Y., June 1874— 
June 1881; North Manlius, June 1881— June 1883; Cornish 
Flat, N. H., Sept. 1883— June 1886; South Lyndeboro, Jtdy 
1886 — ; joint author. History of Lyndeboro, N. H., 1906. 

JOSIAH RIPLEY GODDARD, b. Singapore, Sept. 7, 1840. 
B. U. 1862; 11th R. I. Vols., Oct. 1862— June 1863; N. T." I. 
1864-67; ord. Newton Centre, Sept. 15, 1867; miss. A. B. M. U., 
Ningpo, China, 1867 — ; author, several Chinese tracts; trans. 
Old Testament into Ningpo, Romanized; revised Neiv Testament 
in same; ed. Principles of Baptists. D. D., B. U., 1899. 

*SAMUEL FARWELL HANCOCK, b. Maulmain, Burma, 
June 24, 1836. B. U. 1864; N. T. I. 1864-67; ord. Newport, 
R. I., Nov. 20, 1867; p. Cent, ch., Newport, 1867— Apr. 1869; 
health failed; act. p. Cumberland Hill, Feb.— May, 1872; p. 
1st ch., South Kingstown, Nov. 1876 — Nov. 1879; Superior St. 
ch., Cleveland, O., Jan. 1880 — Apr. 1881; ind. min. serv., 
Cleveland, May 1881-1905; author, History of First Baptist 
Church in South Kingstovun, R. I., 1878; The Millennial Chapter, 
1890; The Mysteries of the Kingdom of Heaven, 1891; Palm 
Roots, 1891; Thirty Selections from Elim Morning Songs, 1897; 
articles and pamphlets ; d. Cleveland, Feb. 11, 1905. 

*FRANCIS TOMLINSON HAZLEWOOD, b. Boston, Mass., 
Apr. 2, 1839. Co. A, 10th R. I. Vols., May— Sept., 1862; U. 
S. Christ. Cmn., 1864; B. U. 1864; N. T. I. 1864-67; ord. Ells- 
worth, Me., Aug. 8, 1867; p. Ellsworth, 1867-69; 1st ch., 
Bangor, 1869-84; 1st ch., Lynn, Mass., 1884— Dec. 1890; dist. 
sec. A. B. H. M. S., New Eng., Jan. 1891-1908; res. Lynn, 
Mass.; d. Lynn, Jan. 22, 1908. D. D., B. U. 1885. 

AMOS ROBINSON, b. Raynham, Mass., Oct. 1, 1839. B. 
U. 1864; N. T. L 1864-67; ord. Appleton, Wis., Dec. 27, 1867; 
p. Appleton, Sept. 1867— Apr. 1869; Fairfield, la., Sept. 1869— 
Apr. 1870; Jefferson, Apr. 1870— Dec. 1871; Newton, Dec. 
1871— Nov. 1879; Ames, Nov. 1879— Nov. 1880; Denison, 
Nov. 1880— July 1883; Raynham, Mass., Aug. 1883— Apr. 
1889; Bristol, R. L, Apr. 1889— Apr. 1891; Elkins, W. Va., 
Apr. 1891— Aug. 1903; colp. A. B. P. S., Aug. 1903— Oct. 
1908; dist. miss. A. B. H. M. S., Holtville, Cal., Jan. 1909-10; 
colp. A. B. P. S., 1910—; res. Holtville. 

*THOMAS LUCINDUS ROGERS, b. Pownal, Vt., Aug. 3, 
1841. Wms. C. 1863; N. T. I. 1864-67; p. Tabernacle ch., 
Cleveland, O., 1868-71; North Scituate, Mass., 1871-75; ed. 
Christian Era, Boston, 1874-75; ed. and man. The Watchman, 



108 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1867 

1876-82; in bus.; res. Newton Centre; Brookline; author, 
booklets on travel; d. Brookline, June 19, 1901. 

* WILLI AM HENRY SHEDD, b. Providence, R. I., 1831. 
N. T. I. 1864-67; ord. 1867; p. North Oxford, 1867-70; Wal- 
tham, 1870-73; d. Watertown, Mar. 7, 1873. 

FRANCIS EMORY TOWER, b. Petersham, Mass., Nov. 30 
1836. A. C. 1860; tea., Bangor, Me., 1861-64; N. T. I. 1864-67 
asst. instr. Heb. 1866-68; ord. Amherst, Dec. 23, 1868; p 
Amherst, June 1868— Jan. 1872; Allston, Jan. 1872— May 
1883; Brattleboro, Vt., June 1883— Nov. 1886; Bristol, Conn. 
Nov. 1886— Jan. 1894; Pearl St. ch., Providence, R. I., Jan 
1894— Jan. 1899; agt. Anti-Saloon League in N. Y. and Pa. 
Jan. 1899— Sept. 1901, supt. Poughkeepsie Dist., Sept. 1901- 
Apr. 1909; supt. Law and Order Union of N. Y., April 1909— 
author. What's the Trouble? 1891; The Advancing Kingdom 
1892; The Champion Swindle, 1896; The Reason of Suffering 
1910; ad. 164 Western Ave., Albany, N. Y. D. D., Lebanon 
Valley C, 1902. 

*CharIes Albert Bowers, b. Lexington, Mass., Dec. 2, 1842. 
H. U. 1864; N. T. I. 1864-65; d. Clinton, Oct. 29, 1865. 

*Wimam Mclntire Lisle, b. New Haven, O., Mar. 17, 1842. 
D. U. 1864; N.T.I. 1864-65; R. T. S. 1865-67; ord. Rochester, 
N. Y., Aug. 1867; miss. A. B. M. U., Bangkok, Siam, 1867- 
69; p. West Newton, Mass., 1870-74, w. c. 1874-77; p. West 
Somerville, 1877-82; Stewart St. ch., Providence, R. I., 1882— 
Nov. 1889; ev., res. West Newton, Mass., 1890-1910; author. 
The Evolution of Spiritual Alan, 1894; many articles; d. Bos- 
ton, Oct. 25, 1910. 

*Edward Clarendon Littlefield, b. Chesterville, Me., Sept. 
1844. W. C. 1864; N. T. I. 1864; d. Roxbury, Nov. 1864. 

*Lewis Ford Raymond, b. Cooperstown, N. Y., Feb. 22, 1840. 
U. Chic; B. U. 1864; N. T. I. 1864-65; R. T. S. 1865-67; ord. 
Beloit, Wis., 1867; p. Beloit; s. Sun Prairie and other chs., 
1867-72; p. Dubuque, la., 1872-74; health failed; d. Chicago, 
111., Apr. 1, 1881. 

John Wesley Savage, b. Somers, N. Y., Feb. 3, 1837. How. 
C, Ala., 1859-61; ord. Lexington, Mass., Dec. 10, 1863; p. Lex- 
ington, 1863-64; N. T. I. 1864-66; s. Tisbury, 1866-67; H. U. 
1867-68; B. T. S. 1868-69; p. Cong, ch., Blue Hill, Me., 1869- 
70; Kennebunkport, 1870-71; Dover, N. H., 1871-74; Canton, 
Mass., 1874-80; North Stonington, Conn., 1880-83; Cohasset, 
Mass., 1883-90; Bristol, N. H., 1890-1902; Greenfield, 1902-08; 
Seabrook, 1908—. 



1868] STUDENTS 109 

*Monson Alva ^illcox, b. Afton, N. Y., Aug. 12, 1841. M. U. 
1862; N. T. I. 1864-65; U. T. S. 1865-67; ord. Burlington, 
Vt., Apr. 25, 1867; p. Burlington, Feb. 1867— Aug. 1881; Os- 
wego, N. Y., 1881-87; pres. Kal. C, 1887-91; p. Holyoke, 
Mass., Dec. 1892-1902; d. Holyoke, Nov. 12, 1902. D. D., M. 
U., 1885. 

Joseph Henry Gannett, b. Cohasset, Mass., Dec. 7, 1831. In 
civ. war, June 1861— July 1864; N. T. 1.1865-67; ord. East 
Gloucester, Aug. 22, 1867; p. East Gloucester, 1867— May 
1874; Lebanon, N. H., June 1874— Dec. 1875; Fiskdale, Mass., 
June 1876— Aug. 1880; Rowley, Mar. 1882— Apr. 1884; Brad- 
ford, N. H., June 1884-92; health failed; res. Abington, Mass., 
1892—. 

. 19— *10 

1868 

C. H. Spalding, Class Secretary 

*HORACE FRANKLIN BARNES, b. Newark, N. J., Jan. 15, 
1842. 47th Mass. vol. inf., 1 yr. in civ. war; A. C. 1865; N. 
T. I. 1865-68; ord. Buffalo, N. Y., 1869; p. 9th St. ch., Buffalo, 
Apr. 1869-71; Lebanon, N. H., 1871-74; Winchester, Mass., 
1874-81; assoc. p. Judson Mem. ch., New York, N. Y., 1881— 
Jan. 1887; p. Fairmount ch., Newark, N. J., Jan. 1887-93; 
4th ch.. Providence, R. I., 1893-95; asst. p. Tremont Temple 
ch., Boston, Mass., Feb. 1896— May 1898; agt. Am. Natl. Red 
Cross Assoc, sum. 1898 — ?; with Cuban Indust. Relief Assoc; 
d. Somerville, Mass., Sept. 5, 1902. 

*GEORGE WYMAN CLOWE, b. Dartmouth, N. S., Mar. 17, 
1842. Del. Christ. Cmn. in civ. war; W. C. 1865; N.T. I. 1865- 
68; ord. Hudson, N. Y., Sept. 16,- 1868; p. Hudson, 1868-72; 
White Plains, 1873-83; People's ch.. New York, Oct. 1884-92; 
trav. and s., res. Hudson, N. Y., 1892-1906; d. Hudson, Sept. 
3, 1906. 

*JOHN COOMBES, b. Halifax, N. S., Nov. 17, 1839. Ac. C. 
1862-65; N. T. I. 1865-68; ord. Rehoboth, Sept. 8, 1868; p. 
Rehoboth, 1868-70; Bernardston, 1870-71; Onslow, N. S., 1871- 
73; Upper Gagetown, N.B., and Shefheld, 1874-76; Newcastle, 
1877-80; Lower Cumberland Bay, 1881-90; Rothesay, 1891-93; 
Cumberland Point, 1895 — Sept. 1898; d. Cumberland Point, 
Mar. 9, 1904. 

MINER RUDD DEMING, b. Carthage, 111., Dec. 11, 1844. 
M. U. 1861-62; B. U. 1865; N. T. I. 1865-68; ord. Marlboro, 
June 28, 1868; p. Marlboro, July 1868— July 1871; act. p. 
Tabernacle ch.. New York, N. Y., July 1871— Jan. 1872; p. 



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Green Point, Brooklyn, Feb. 1872 — Nov. 1873; gen. sec. 
Y. M. C. A., Boston, Mass., Dec. 1873— Sept. 1887; est. Boston 
Inst. Seashore Home, 1887; p. Tabernacle ch., Boston, Oct. 
1887-92; sec. N. Y. Bapt. City Miss. Soc, Nov. 1892-94; org. 
Bapt. Boys' Brigade of New York and Brooklyn; est. Florence 
Crittenton Home, Boston, Mass., 1894-9G; assoc. p. Tremont 
Temple ch., Boston, 1897— Feb. 1899; p. Harvard St. ch., 
Boston, Nov. 1904-07; supt. Boston Inst. vSeashore Home, now 
Boston Lakeshore Home, 1907 — ; ad. Tremont Temple, Boston. 

CHARLES MELVIN EMERY, b. Fairfield, Me., July 6, 
1836. W. C. 1863; N. T. I. 1865-68; ord. Thomaston, Me., 
Sept. 29, 1868; p. Thomaston, Aug. 1868— July 1874; chapl. 
Home Hyg. Inst., Dansville, New York, 1875-77; p. Greene, 
Me., Jan. 1878— Mar. 1882; Fairfield, Apr. 1882— Mar. 1885; 
Freeport, Apr. 1885— Mar. 1887; fin. agt. Hebron A., May 
1887 — Aug. 1889; s. Limerick; p. South Norridgewock, June 
1890— May 1895; s. s. Southern Pines, N. C, Jan. 1896—1904; 
Pinehurst, 1897-1905; instr. Shaw U., 1899-1900; fin. agt. C. 
A., N. H., 1903-05; ad. Southern Pines, N. C. 

*EZRA PALMER GOULD, b. Boston, Mass., Feb. 27, 1841. 
H. U. 1861; in civ. war, Oct. 1861 — July 1865: priv. and corp. 
24th Mass. Vols., 2d lieut. 55th, capt. and maj. 59th, maj. 57th; 
N. T. I. 1865-68; ord. Cambridge, Sept. 6, 1868; asst. prof. 
Bib. Lit. and Interp., N. T. I., 1868-70; prof. Bib. Interp., N. T., 
1870-82; p. Burlington, Vt., 1884— Apr. 1888; prof. N. T. Lang, 
and Lit., P. E. D. S., Philadelphia, Pa., 1889— Oct. 1898; ord. 
Epis. min., 1890; asst. min. St. George's ch., New York, N. Y., 
1899-1900; author. Commentary on tlie Epistles to the Corinthians 
(Am. Comm.), 1887; Commentary on the Gospel of Mark (Intern. 
Crit. Comm.), 1896; The Biblical Theology of the New Testament, 
1900; d. Whitelake, Sullivan Co., N. Y., Aug. 22, 1900. D. D., 
C. C, 1889. 

*ISAAC SMALL HAMBLEN, b. Limington, Me., Mar. 24, 
1833. W. C. 1858; N. T. I. 1865-68; ord. East Abington, now 
Rockland, Sept. 1868; p. East Abington, 1868— Oct. 1872; 
Winchendon, Oct. 1872— Apr. 1880; Holden, Apr. 1880-85; 
North Berwick, Me., Nov. 1886— May 1891; East Winthrop, 
May— Aug., 1891; d. East Winthrop, Aug. 19, 1891. 

WALTER WHITNEY HAMMOND, b. Boston, Mass., July 3, 
1842. 1st serg. 47th Mass. Vols., Sept. 1862— Sept. 1863; U. S. 
Christ. Cmn. 1864; H. U. 1863; tea. Fitchburg, Mass., 1864-65; 
N. T. I. 1865-68; ord. Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 10, 1868; p. 
Pierrepont St. ch., Brooklyn, 1868-69; Bergen, Jersey City, N. 
J., Dec. 1869— Mar. 1875; in Europe, May 1875— July 1876, 
Jan. — Sept., 1882; p. Lafayette Ave. ch., Detroit, Mich., Oct. 



1868] STUDENTS 111 

1877— Dec. 1881; s. Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Nov. 1882-83; s. 
Chestnut Hill Presb. ch., Philadelphia, Pa., May 1884— Sept. 
1885, p. Sept. 1885-95; w. c. Morristown, N. J.; s. Remsenberg, 
L. I., N. Y., Oct. 1897— June 1898, Jan. 1899— Mar. 1902; s. s. 
Morris Plains, N. J., Mar. 1902—. 

*CHARLES VERANUS HANSON, b. Portland, Me., Aug. 30, 
1844. W. C. 1865; N. T. I., 1865-68; ord. Peabody, Oct. 6, 
1868; p. Peabody, 1868-79; memb. Mass. leg. 1872, 1873; p. 
Damariscotta, Me., 1879-87; 4th ch.. Providence, R. I., Feb. — 
June, 1887; Bethany ch., Skowhegan, Me., Nov. 1887— Oct. 
1898; w. c. Southern Pines, N. C, Oct. 1898-99; d. Atlantic, 
Mass., Nov. 11, 1899. D. D., C. U., 1892. 

SYLVANUS BOARDMAN MACOMBER, b. Abbot, Me., Dec. 
6, 1835. W. C. 1863; 13th Me. Vols., priv., asst. chapl., Jan. 
1864-65; N. T. I., 1865-68; ord. Cambridge, Me., Dec. 13, 1863; 
p. Cambridge; East Harrington, Sept. 1868-69; Alfred, Apr. 
1871-72; Sterling, Mass., July 1872-73; South Lyndeboro, N. 
H., Jan. 1874-76; Montgomery Centre, Vt., May 1878-79; ev. 
Me. 1879, Vt. 1880-83; w. c. Montgomery Centre, Vt., 1883—. 

SYLVESTER BARON PARTRIDGE, b. Evans Mills, N. Y., 
May 28, 1837. Mid. C. 1861 ; 92d N. Y. inf., priv., 2d lieut., 1st 
lieut., Oct. 1861 — Oct. 1862; sig. corps, 1st lieut. brev. capt., 
Oct. 1862— Apr. 1865; N. T. I. 1865-68; ord. Newton Centre, 
Sept. 20, 1868; miss. A. B. M. U., Bangkok, Siam, 1868— Jan. 
1873; Swatow, China, 1873-; ad. Hamilton, N. Y. D. D., 
Mid. C, 1891. 

*EDWARD WILLIAM PRIDE, b. Donegal, Ire., Dec. 16, 
1839. B. U. 1865; N. T. I. 1865-68; ord. Boston Highlands, 
June 10, 1869; miss. Boston Highlands, Jan. 1869-70; p. Dear- 
bom St. ch., Boston Highlands, Jan. 1870— Apr. 1879; North 
Tewksbury, Jan. 1879 — Sept. 1891; w. c. Andover, Mass., 1891- 
1907; chapl. Mass. State Hospital, Tewksbury; author, Tewks- 
bury, a brief history; historical sketches; d. Boston, May 6, 1907. 

JOSEPH WILLIAM REES, b. Llanelly, So. Wales, Oct. 23, 
1838. In civ. war, 1st R. I. inf.; B. U. 1865; N. T. I. 1865-68; 
ord. Eaton Rapids, Mich., Mar. 17, 1869; p. Eaton Rapids, 
1869-71; White Pigeon, 1872-73; Clinton, 111., 1873-75; 
Mankato, Minn., 1875-79; Luverne, 1879-83; Im. ch., Sioux 
City, la., 1883-95; asst. p. Woodlawn Park, Chicago, 111., 1897; 
miss. Chicago, 1897-1907; p. Harvey, 111., 1907-09; act. p. 
Bethany ch., Chicago, 1910—; ad. 323 West 112th St., Chicago. 

WILLIAM RICKER THOMPSON, b. South Parsonsfield, 
Me., Mar. 13, 1837. W. C. 1863; N. T. I. 1865-68; ord. 



112 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1868 

Brighton, Aug. 7, 1868; p. Brighton, 1868-71; Fayville, 1874- 
77; West Townsend, 1877-80; New Ipswich, N. H., 1880-87; 
pr. Meth. ch.. New Ipswich, 1888-94; town off. in New Ipswich, 
1881-98; memb. leg. 1897; w. c. New Ipswich, 1898—. 

GEORGE HENRY WHITTEMORE. b. Boston, Mass., Aug. 
19, 1839. H. U. 1860; tea. class, stud., Eliot High Sch., 
Jamaica Plain, 1860-65; N. T. I. 1865-68; ord. Cambridge, Sept. 
6, 1868; act. prof. Heb. Lang, and Lit., R. T. S., 1868-76, tea. 
stud, in the gosp. 1868-70; occ. min. serv., Cambridge, Mass., 
1867 — ; author, many articles in periodicals; ed. Memorials 
of Horatio Balch Hackett, 1879; sec. Harvard Biblical Club, 
1881—; ad. 329 Harvard St., Cambridge. 

*EDWARD ASA WHITHER, b. Newton, N. H., June 12, 
1841. Serv. with U. S. Christ. Cmn., six weeks, 1864; N. T. 
I. 1865-68; ord. Lowell, July 22, 1868; p. Branch St. ch., 
Lowell, June 1868— Feb. 1870; ev. Feb. 1870-1909; res. 
Lawrence, Mass.; d. Lawrence, Nov. 13, 1909. 



James Peirson Field, b. Brattleboro, Vt., Feb. 9, 1842. B. U. 
1865; N. T. I. 1865-66; tea. MiUville, N. J., 1866-67; Mo., 
1869-75; prof. Math., Thayer C, Kidder, Mo., 1875-76; ord. 
Amity, Feb. 6, 1878; p. Cong, ch.. Amity, July 1876— 
Apr. 1896; Chillicothe, Feb. 1897— July 1899; Riverdale, Apr. 
1900— Oct. 1902; ret.; sec. Cong. Assoc, of Mo., 1891-96, 
1900—; res. Springfield, Mo. 

'•'Stephen Copeland Fletcher, b. Bloomfield, now Skowhegan, 
Me., July 23, 1833. W. C. 1859; U. S. Army, 1861-65, capt., 
maj., lieut. col., brev. col.; N. T. I. 1865-67; ord. Wilton, N. H., 
Dec. 18, 1866; p. Wilton, 1866-73; New London, 1873— Nov. 
1887; Dexter, Me., Nov. 1887- Nov. 1892; Monson, Nov. 
1893-96; d. Dexter, Dec. 10, 1896. 

*George "Warren Gile, b. Haverhill, Mass., Aug. 9, 1840. B. 
U. 1865; N. T. I. 1865-66; ord. Valley Falls, R. I., Apr. 1866; p. 
Valley Falls, 1866-67; South Berwick, Me., 1867-73; 2d ch., 
Lawrence, Mass., 1873-79; Pittsfield, 1879-84; 2d ch.. Fall 
River, 1884-92; fin. sec. C. A., 1892-93; pres. C. A., May 1893— 
Dec. 1898; p. Portsmouth, N. H., Jan. 1899-1908; d. Ports- 
mouth, Mar. 1, 1908. 

*George Holmes Messer, b. Boston, Mass., Oct. 17, 1836. 
U. S. Army, 1862; B. U. 1865; N. T. I. 1865-66; d. North Cam- 
bridge, Feb. 9, 1868. 

Charles Habbard Spalding, b. Plainfield, Conn., Oct. 1, 1837. 
B. U. 1865; N. T. I. 1865-66; ord. Pawtucket, R. I., July 26, 



1869] STUDENTS 113 

1866; p. High St. ch., Pawtucket, July 1866— July 1871; 
Pittsfield, Mass., Aug. 1871— Oct. 1875; Arlington, Oct. 1875— 
May 1880; South Boston, May 1880— Oct. 1886; dist. sec. 
A. B. P. S., New Eng., Nov. 1886— Mar. 1911 ; fin. sec. N. T. I., 
Apr. 1911—; res. Brookline. D. D., C. U., 1897. 

21— *11 

1869 

F. W. Bakeman, Class Secretary 

FRANCIS WALES BAKEMAN, b. Brooksville, Me., Apr. 
14, 1841. W. C. 1866; N. T. I. 1866-69; ord. Newburyport, 
Sept. 17, 1889; p. Newburyport, Sept. 1869— Dec. 1871; 
Janesville, Wis., Dec. 1871 — Apr. 1873; Main St. ch., Worcester, 
Mass., May 1873 — June 1876; Auburn, Me., Jan. 1877 — May 
1884; 1st ch., Chelsea, Mass., May 1884—; cor. sec. No. Bapt. 
Educ. Soc. 1896—; ad. 89 Clark Ave., Chelsea. D.D.,C. U., 
1885. 

HENRY HUDSON BEACH, b. Eaton, N. Y., July 24, 1843. 
U. S. Army, 1864; tea. Bunker Hill, 111., and tut. S. C, 1864-65; 
S. C. 1866; N. T. I. 1866-69; ord. Zanesville, O., Jan. 28, 1870; 
p. Zanesville, 1869-70; Sycamore St. ch., Milwaukee, Wis., 
1870— Jan. 1871; Owatonna, Minn., 1871— May 1872; Lake 
City, June 1872— June 1876; Sheboygan Falls, Wis., Oct. 1877— 
Oct. 1881; Appleton, Oct. 1881— Jan. 1884; Leadville, Colo., 
Dec. 1884-87; Broadway ch., Denver, 1887-90; Golden, 1891- 
94; Charles City, la., 1894— Jan. 1899; Northwood, la., 1899— 
Apr. 1901; res. Grand Junction, Colo., April 1901 — ; cont. to 
Search Lights on Christian Science, 1899; ed. Church News; 
ad. Ouray Ave., Grand Junction. 

*CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS BURROWS, b. Busti, N. Y., 
Apr. 23, 1825. B. U. 1857-60; ord. Warwick, R. I., July 13, 
1863; chapl. U. S. Army, 1864-65; R. T. S. 1865-67; N. T. I. 
1867-69; p. North Kingston, R. I., 1869-73; 3d ch., Lynn, Mass., 
1874-76; Swampscott, 1876-80; in bus. Green Cove Springs, 
Fla., Mar. 1880-93; d. Green Cove Springs, Feb. 4, 1893. 

*WILLIAM THOMAS CHASE, b. Hallowell, Me., July 11, 
1839. Ord. Lebanon, Me., Mar. 17, 1863; chapl. U. S. Army, 
Port Hudson, La., 1863-64; W. C. 1865; N. T. I. 1866-69; p. 
Dover, N. H., Sept. 1869— Dec. 1873; Lewiston, Me., Jan. 
1874— Sept. 1879; Cambridge, Mass., Sept. 1879— Mar. 1884; 
Minneapolis, Minn., 1884-89; Ruggles St. ch., Boston, Mass., 
1889-91; 5th ch., Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 1891-98; d. Atlantic 
City, N. J., Aug. 22, 1898. D. D., U. Chic, 1884, C. U., 1894. 



114 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1869 

LUCIAN DRURY, b. Wendell, Mass., Sept. 3, 1841. B. U. 
1866; N. T. I. 1866-69; ord. Winchendon, June 2, 1870; p. 
Winchendon, June 1870— June 1872; Swampscott, June 1872— 
Apr. 1876;Danversport, May. 1876— May 1883;Apopka, Fla., 
June 1884— Sept. 1891; instr. Gr. and Theol., Bishop C, 
Marshall, Tex., 1891-92; p. Bellingham, Mass., Oct. 1892— 
Oct. 1898; North Swansea, Oct. 1898— Apr. 1904; North 
Stonington, Conn., May 1904— June 1909; p. em., Jan. 1910—; 
ad. North Stonington. 

NELSON NEWTON GLAZIER, b. Stratton, Vt., Dec. 12, 
1838. A. C. 1859-61 ; 1st artil. 11th Vt. Vols., 1862-64; memb. 
Vt. leg., 1865, 1867; B. U. 1866; N. T. I. 1866-69; ord. Central 
Falls, R. I., Oct. 21, 1869; p. Central Falls, Oct. 1869— Sept. 
1870; Montpelier, Vt., Jan. 1872— June 1878; chapl. Vt. 
Senate, 1872-78; p. South Abington, now Whitman, Mass., Dec. 
1880— Mar. 1884; act. p. Westboro, Oct. 1884— Sept. 1886; 
p. Greenfield, July 1877— Mar. 1896; w. c. Greenfield and 
Boston, Apr. 1896— Apr. 1903; p. Sharon, May 1903—. 

EVAN LEWIS, b. Newtown, No. Wales, Nov. 1, 1841. B. U. 
1866; N. T. I. 1866-69; ord. South Boston, Sept. 20, 1869; 
p. 4th St. ch., South Boston, 1869-70; Jericho, Vt., 1874-75; 
w. c. Waterbury, Conn., 1872-74, 1875—?; ? 

HAZEN PINGREE McKUSICK, b. Denmark, Me., Apr. 30, 
1840. W. C. 1866; N. T. I. 1866-69; ord. Normal, 111., Feb. 
1871; p. Normal, 1870-71; North Reading, 1871; Laramie, 
Wyo., 1872; San Jose, Cal., 1872-73; Nevada City, 1873; 
tea. and occ. pr., Smartsville and North Bloomfield, 1874-75; 
Spadra, Santa Monica, and Los Angeles, 1875-76; San Bernar- 
dino, 1877-81; Norwalk, 1881-1901; trav. sales, formed, publ. 
house, 1893 — ; res. Los Angeles, 1901 — ; ad. 543 South Broad- 
way, Los Angeles. 

*SAMUEL BALDWIN MORSE, b. Fayette, Me., Oct. 26, 
1834. W. C; prof. Lat. andGr., Pac. C, Cal., 1861-66; N. T. I. 
1866-69; ord. Newton Centre, Aug. 8, 1869; p. Stockton, Cal., 
Oct. 1869— Oct. 1877; 10th Ave. ch., Oakland, Jan. 1878-88; 
pres. Cal. Bapt. C, 1888-97; d. Oakland, Nov. 15, 1897. A. M., 
C. U., 1871; D. D., C. U., 1887. 

JAMES FERDINAND MORTON, b. Wilmot, N. S., Jan. 
24, 1844. Ac. C. 1866; N. T. I. 1866-69; ord. Littleton, Sept. 
28, 1869; p. Littleton, 1869-72; Neponset Ave., Boston, 1873- 
76; prin. C. A. 1876-78; Ht. ed. The Watchman, spg. 1880— aut. 
1881; prin. Leland U., New Orleans, La., 1881-82; instr. N. T., 
N. T. I., 1882-83; lib. N. T. I., Sept. 1884— Sept. 1889; w. c. 
Newton Centre, 1883-84; 1889-91; p. Unit, ch., Wolfboro, 



1869] STUDENTS 115 

N. H., Apr.— Sept., 1891; prin. Proctor A., Andover, N. H., 
Sept. 1891-1905; supt. schs. Andover, 1909—. 

*RICHARD NOTT, b. Exeter, Eng., June 19, 1840. Can. 
L. I., Woodstock, Ont., 1865; ord. Perth, Ont., July 26, 1865; 
p. Perth, 1865— Sept. 1866; Bamston, P. Q., Sept. 1866— Dec. 
1867; Uxbridge, Ont., East Gwilliambury, and Brock, Dec. 
1867— Aug. 1868; N. T. I. 1868-69; p. Londonderry, Vt., June 
1869— June 1871; ed. Port Perry, Ont., June 1871— June 1872; 
p. Colchester, Vt., June 1872 — Oct. 1875; s. Ransom ville, N. 
Y., win. 1875-76; p. Addison, Vt., Mar. 1876— Mar. 1880; fan 
Charlotte, s. South Shaftsbury, and East Charlotte, Mar. 1880— 
Nov. 1882; p. East Charlotte, Nov. 1882— Oct. 1887; s. 
Burlington; Essex; Jericho; Brandon; Rutland; Keeseville, 
N. Y.; South Col ton; Colchester, Vt. in 1898; Vt. cor. The 
Examiner, 12 yrs., The Watchman, 8 yrs. ; lect. ; res. Burlington, 
Oct. 1887-1901; d. Burlington, Aug. 31, 1901. 

JOHN VAN LEUVEN OSTERHOUT, b. Lackawack, N. Y. 
Jan. 2, 1837. M. U. 1862-65; B. U. 1866; N. T. I. 1866-6& 
ord. Webster, Sept. 9, 1869; p. Webster, 1869— Aug. 1873 
Harlem Temple, New York, N. Y., Sept. 1873— Aug. 1875 
Peekskill, Sept. 1875 — June 1877; s. 1st ch., Binghamton, 
1877-78; p. Castile, July 1878— Dec. 1881; Broadway ch., 
Providence, R. I., Dec. 1881— Sept. 1907; Euclid Ave. ch., 
Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 1907— Nov. 1909; s. Providence, R. I^ 
Nov. 1909 — ; ad. 78 America St., Providence. 

JOHN BARTHOLOMEW GOUGH PIDGE, b. Providence, 
R. I., Feb. 4, 1844. B. U. 1866; N. T. L 1866-69; ord. Law- 
rence, Sept. 8, 1869; p. 1st ch., Lawrence, Sept. 1869— Apr. 
1879; 4th ch., Philadelphia, Pa., May 1879—; author. Com- 
mentary on Philip pians, (in Am. Comm.) 1890; The Prophetical 
Books the of Old Testament, 1897; trans, (with Dr. H. B. 
Hackett) Braune's Commentary on Philippians, 1870; ad. 2027 
Wallace St., Philadelphia. D. D., B. U., 1889. 

*ISAIAH RECORD, b. Canton, Me., Jan. 22, 1835. W. C. 
1862; N. T. I. 1866-69; ord. Turner, Me., July 18, 1869; p. 
Turner, 1869-76; Houlton, 1876-83; d. Houlton, Mar. 14, 1883. 

DE FOREST SAFFORD, b. Royalston, Vt., Mar. 17, 1840, 
H. U. 1857-58; priv. 44th Mass. Vols., 1862-63; B. U. T. S. 
1866-68; N. T. I. 1868-69; ord. Kenosha, Wis., Feb. 19, 1867; 
p. Kenosha, 1867-68; Grafton, Mass., Sept. 1869— Sept. 1870; 
Golden, Colo., Jan. 1871— June 1874; Fairfax, Vt., Sept. 1874— 
Aug. 1877; Westford and Fletcher, Sept. 1877— Mar. 1881; 
Jericho and Bolton, Apr. 1881— Mar. 1883; Jericho and West- 
ford, Apr. 1883— Mar. 1884; Jamaica, Apr. 1884— Oct. 1887; 



116 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1870 

prin. N. H. L. T. I., Fairfax, 1883-84; p. Danbury, N. H., Dec. 
1887— Apr. 1890; Jefferson, May 1890-92; Peterboro, 1892—. 

WILLIAM HENRY SPENCER, b. Knox, N. Y., Sept. 2, 
1838. 61st N. Y. Vols., 1st serg., 2d lieut., 1st lieut., capt., 
maj., Sept. 1861— Dec. 1862; B. U. 1866; N. T. I. 1866-69; 
ord. Foxboro, Sept. 16, 1869; p. Foxboro, Sept. 1869— Mar. 
1879; Waterville, Me., Apr. 1879— Mar. 1899; Bethany ch., 
Skowhegan, Mar. 1899— Apr. 1904; ret.; ad. 63 Dana St., 
Cambridge, Mass. D. D., B. U., 1890. 

* AUSTIN VALENCOURT TILTON, b. Deerfield, N. H., 
July 28, 1841. B. U. 1865; N. T. I. 1866-69; ord. Keene, N. 
H., Sept. 30, 1869; p. Keene, 1869-72; Augusta, Me., 1872-74; 
Campton, N. H., Jan., 1876-81; d. Concord, Nov. 15, 1885. 

*HENRY BARZILLAI WATERMAN, b. Coopersto^vn, N. 
Y., May 18, 1842. Y. C. 1863; 134th 111. Vols., May— Oct., 
1864; Chic. T. S. 1865-69; N. T. I. sum., 1869; ord. New Haven, 
Conn., July 27, 1869; p. Moline, 111., 1869-73; Mt. Carroll, 1873- 
78; Wheaton, 1878-81; Normal, 1881-85; Griggsville, 1885-90; 
Oilman, 1892-97; Maplewood Ave. ch., Chicago, 1897-1903; 
.author. Hand Book of the Holy Land, 1896; d. Oak Park, Jan. 
14, 1903. LL. B., U. Chic, 1866; D. D., La Gr. C, 1889. 

Frank Dana Ste[a]dman Sargent, b. Boston, Mass., Nov. 10, 
1844. A. C. 1866; N. T. I. 1866-67; A. T. S. 1867-69; ord. 
Brookline, N. H., Oct. 20, 1869; p. Cong, ch., Brookline, 1869— 
Jan. 1890; Townsend, Mass., 1887— July 1890; 2d ch., Putnam, 
Conn., Sept. 1890—; ad. 93 Grov€ St., Putnam. 

*Levi Clifford Wade, b. Allegheny City, Pa., Jan. 16, 1843. 
Y. C. 1866; N. T. I. 1866-68; not ord.; tea. Newton, 1868-72; 
law. 1873-80; speak. Mass. House of Rep., 1879; pres. Mex. Cent. 
R. R., res. Newton Centre; d. Newton Centre, Mar. 21, 1891. 



*Moscs Chapin Hanscom, b. South Auburn, Me., Apr. 1842. 
Ba. C; N. T. I. 1867-69; d. Bethel, Me., July 26, 1873. 



* William Warriner Merriam, b. Springfield, Mass., Feb. 12, 
1837. Wms. C. 1861; N. T. I. 1868-69; R. T. S. 1869-70; tea. 
Brockport, N. Y., 1871; Jamesport; Eastport; Manorville; 
Springs; and other places; d. Springs, N. Y., Jan. 30, 1889. 

22— *10 

1870 

H. Crocker, Class Secretary 

HENRY VARNUM BAKER, b. Cranston, R. I., Nov. 10, 

1843. River Point Class. Inst.; N. T. I. 1867-70; ord. Hebron, 

Me., Oct. 12, 1870; p. Hebron, 1870-73; Charlemont, Mass., 



1870] STUDENTS 117 

1873-77; East Dover, Vt., 1877-82; South Windham, 1882— 
Jan. 1885; s., R. I., Mass., Conn., and Vt., 1885-87; p. BrookHne, 
Vt., May 1887— Apr. 1889; East Hardwick, May 1889— May 
1895; Sharon, 1895-99; East Westmoreland, N. H., May 
1899-1900; occ. s., res. West Brattleboro, Vt., July 1900— 
July 1902; p. North Stonington, Conn., July 1902— July 1908; 
Istch., Woodstock, July 1908— May 1910; paralyzed; ad. 49 
Hamlm St., Providence, R. I. 

EDWIN BULLARD, b. Maulmain, Burma, Oct. 2, 1846. 
B. U. 1867; N. T. I., 1807-70; ord. Brooklyn, N. Y., June IG, 
1870; miss. A. B. M. U., Nellore, India, Aug. 1870— July 1880; 
Bapatla, vSept. 1882— Mar. 1892; Kavah, Sept. 189G— ; p. 
Addison, Vt., July 1880— June 1882; ad. Kavali, Nellore Dist., 
India. 

HENRY CROCKER, b. Brewster, Mass., Apr. 30, 1845. 
Priv. 9th R. I. Vols., 1862; B. U. 1867; N. T. I. 1867-70; ord. 
Damariscotta, Me., Nov. 22, 1870; p. Damariscotta, 1870 — 
Mar. 1879; Bristol, R. I., Dec. 1879— June 1886; Fairfax, Vt.', 
June 1887— April 1890; Chester, Vt., Oct. 1890— Apr. 1907; 
author, historical discourses, and cont. to press; res. Chester, 
Vt., 1907—. 

* ALBERT AARON FORD, b. Boston, Mass., Aug. 25, 1840. 
N. T. I. 1867-70; ord. Paris, Me., Nov. 2, 1870; p. Paris, 1870- 
72; Belfast, 1873-76; East Auburn, 1876-78; Tenant's Harbor, 
1878-80; Waldoboro, 1880-84; w. c. Bryant's Pond, 1884-86; 
Kent's Hill, 1886-87; d. Kent's Hill, June 2, 1887. 

*JOHN HARRISON HARTMAN, b. Canaan, O., Aor. 17, 
1841. V. C. 1867; S. C. 1867-69; N. T. I. 1869-70; ord. 
Canton, Nov. 18, 1870; p. Canton, Sept. 1870— June 1874; 
South Amesbury, June 1874 — June 1878; Pittsburg, Pa., June 
1880— June 1882; Jamestown, Dak., 1882-88; Wilson Ave. ch., 
Cleveland, O., May 1888-95; Im. ch., 1895-97; d. Cleveland, 
June 14, 1897. Ph. D. 

ASA LYMAN LANE, b. Yarmouth, Me., Feb. 18, 1839. 
W. C. 1862; ord. Reidsburg, Pa., June 21, 1865; prin. Reid 
Inst. 1863-67; N. T. I. 1867-70; p. Biddeford, Me., 1870-75; 
prin. C. A., 1875-76; tea. Cob. C. I., Waterville, Me., 1876-1901; 
Good Will High Sch., Hinckley, 1902-06; p. East Winthrop, 
1906-11; ad. Bellevue Ave., Wakefield, Mass. 

*BENJAMIN HUMPHREY LANE, b. Yarmouth, Me., Mar. 
8, 1844. U. S. Army, 1862-65; Reid Inst., Reidsburg, Pa., 
1865-67; N. T. I. 1867-70; ord. Bow, N. H., Sept. 14, 1870; p. 
Bow, June 1870— May 1872; Newton, N. H., June 1872— May 



118 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1870 

1877; North Uxbridge, Mass., Oct. 1877— May 1882; Worcester, 
June 1882— Oct. 1884; Valley Falls, R. I., Nov. 1884— Mar. 
1892; Holden, Mass., Apr. 1892— Apr. 1894; Antrim, N. H., 
Oct. 1894— Feb. 1902; Rockland, Mass., Mar. 1902— Sept. 
1905; d. Worcester, Sept. 11, 1905. A. M., C. U., 1892. 

^•=HENRY SIMMONS LATHAM, b. Providence, R. I., Sept. 7, 
1841. B. U. 1863; N. T. I. Mar. 1868-70; tea. W. A. 1873-74; 
©rd. Providence, R. I., Apr. 19, 1878; p. Oak Lawn, 1877 — 
May 1880; tea. Smithfield, 1881-96; d. Smithfield, June 20, 
1896. 

*HORATIO BARTLETT LAWRENCE, b. Wayne, Me., Dec. 
19, 1841. B. C. 1865; tea. Gardiner, Me., 1865-67; N. T. I. 
1867-70; notord.; tea. Kingston, 1871-72; Needham, 1872-74; 
North Middleboro, 1874-76; priv. tut. West Sutton, 1876-86, 
1892-96, exc. about 1882, when prin. Derby A., Vt.; 
prin. Leland and Gray S., Townshend, Vt., 1886-89; pres. 
Florida Inst., Live Oak, Fla., 1891; tea. Paxton, Mass., 1897- 
1905; d. Grafton, May 14, 1905. 

* JAMES McV/HINNIE, b. Thompson viile, Conn., Mar. 6, 
1840. Serg. 20th Conn. Vols., Aug. 1862— May 1864; B. U. 
1867; N. T. I. 1867-70; ord. Lansingburg, N. Y., May 25, 1871; 
p. Lansingburg, Apr. 1871— Dec. 1874; Free St. ch., Portland, 
Me., Jan. 1875— May 1884; Cambridgeport, Mass., 1884— 
Mar. 1892; d. Cambridgeport, Mar. 2, 1892. D. D., B. U., 1886. 

*COLA DE RIENZI MEACHAM, b. Shefford, P. O., Oct. 10, 
1838. N. H. L. T. I. 1867; N. T. I. 1867-70; ord. Barre, Sept. 
6, 1870; p. Barre, 1870-74; North Scituate, 1874-79; act. p. 
Chatham, 1880-81; p. Ashland, 1883-85; Canton, July 1886-88; 
Long Pine, Neb., 1889-91; Townshend, Vt., Jan. 1892— Jan. 
1899; Passumpsic, Feb. 1899-1906; w. c. Chicago, 111., July 
1906— May 1907; d. Newport, Vt., June 3, 1907. 

* ARNOLD RHODES MEDBURY, b. Bast Providence, R. I., 
Dec. 10, 1837. P. U.; act. p. Sonora, Cal.; 3d ch., San Fran- 
cisco; ord. San Francisco, Feb. 28, 1867; N. T. I. 1867-70; p. 
1st ch., San Francisco, Cal., Oct. 1870— June 1872; assoc. ed. 
Baptist Evangel, 2 yrs. ; p. Portland, Ore., June 1872— Aug. 
1874; 2d ch., Milwaukee, Wis., Sept. 1874— Apr. 1879; Rock- 
ford, 111., Apr. 1879— July 1880; supt. miss, in Wis., 1880-83; 
p. Verona, Nov. 1883— Sept. 1887; cor. sec. Wis. State Conv., 
7.yrs. ; cor. The Standard, 3 yrs.; p. Salem, Ore., Sept. 1887 — 
Nov. 1888; chief elk. U. S. Engineer's off., Philadelphia, Pa., 
Feb. 1889— May 1890; sec. Bapt. city miss., Philadelphia, Mar. 
1890— Nov. 1894; p. Jenkintown, May 1890— May 1894; cor. 
Pacific Baptist, 3 yrs.; w. c. Jenkintown, 1894-1908; d. Jenkin- 
town, May 19, 1908. 



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*DAVID JONATHAN PIERCE, b. Montpelier Co., Ind., 
July 18, 1841. N. H. L. T. I. 1865; N. T. I. 1867-70; ord. 
Chester, Vt., Aug. 6, 1870; prin. Wyoming Inst., Wyo. Ter., 
1870-74; p. Laramie, 1870-74; Portland, Ore., Aug. 1874— 
June 1877; Laramie City, Wyo. Ter., Oct. 1877— Mar. 1881; 
Walla Walla, Wash. Ter., Apr. 1881— Apr. 1883; Seattle, 
Wash. Ter., Apr. 1883-88; prof. Ment. and Mor. Sci., U. Wash., 
1888-90; p. Fairhaven, Wash., 1890-92; Snohomish and 
Everett, 1892; prin. prep, dept., U. Seattle, 1892-95; prof. 
Mor. Sci., Vashon C, Wash., 1895-97; p. Berkeley, Cal., 1897- 
1900; Putney, Vt., 1900— Mar. 1901; was miss. p. in Wyo., 
Colo., Utah, Id., Wash., and Ore.; cont. to rel. press.; d. 
Putney, Vt., May 4, 1902. A. M., C. U., 1870; D. D., U. Wash., 
1888. 

*CHARLES ANSEL REMINGTON, b. New Ipswich, N. H., 
Mar. 29, 1842. B. U. 1867; N. T. I. 1867-70; res. Fitchburg; 
d. Fitchburg, Dec. 21, 1870. 

*STEPHEN HENRY STACKPOLE, b. Boston, Mass., June 
24, 1843. H. U. 1866; N. T. I. 1866-68, 1869-70; ord. West- 
boro, Nov. 1871; p. Westboro, Sept. 1871— Jan. 1873; Saxton's 
River, Vt., Apr. 1875— Feb. 1882; Hamilton, N. Y., Feb. 1882- 
86; d. Hamilton, July 23, 1886. 

HARRISON WILLIAM STEARNS, b. Conway, Mass., Oct. 
17, 1843. B. U. 1867; N. T. I. 1867-70; ord. Minneapolis, 
Minn., Oct. 17, 1870; p. Olivet ch., Minneapolis, Oct. 1870— 
Oct. 1872; Clinton, Wis., Nov. 1872— Apr. 1877; S. S. miss. 
No. Wis., 1877-80; miss. N. W. Wis., 1880— Nov. 1882; p. 
Chippewa Falls and vie, 1882-85; Junction City, Kans., 1885- 
87; Cheyenne, Wyo., 1887-88; dist. miss., N. W. and W. Neb., 
1888-94; fin. sec. Grand Island C, 9 mos. ; s. Kearney and 
North Platte, 18 mos.; serv. with Neb. Children's Home Soc, 
1896; in bus. 1896—; ad. 114 East 6th St., Grand Island, Neb. 

*HENRY ALANSON WINN, b. Wobum, Mass., Mar. 29, 
1844. B. U. 1867; N. T. I. 1867-70; stud, abroad, 1870-71; 
d. Berlin, Prussia, Apr. 17, 1871. 

Harvey Harrison Tattle, b. Springfield, O., Sept. 20, 1842- 
Wit. C. 1867; N. T. I. 1867-68; C. T. S. 1868-70; ord. Bradford. 
O., Dec. 29, 1870; p. Bradford, 1871-72; Sinking Creek, near 
Springfield, 1881-93, 1896-97, 1904-10; p. em., 1910—; lib. 
D. U., 1893-99; health failed; res. Springfield, O. 



*DwdIey Cotton Bixby, b. Warren, N. H., Jan. 17, 1841. 
Co. G., 3d Vt. Vols. Apr. 1861— Dec. 1862; in command Co. 



120 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1871 

B, 31st U. S. colored troops, as 2d lieut. and 1st lieut., Aug. 
1863_Dec. 1865; A. Fairfax, Vt., and New London, N. H.; N. 
T. I. 1869-70; ord. Canton, Me., June 1870; p. Canton, 1870-71; 

C. T. S. 1871-72; p. Rockport, Me., Nov. 1872— May 1876. 
West Randolph, Vt., May 1877 — May 1878; East Dedham, 
Mass., 1879-80; Rehoboth, 1880-83; Osterville, 1883-84; 
Stroutsburg, Pa., 1884-85; Shenandoah, May 1885— Sept. 
1887; Cramer's Hill, N. J., Oct. 1887— May 1891; miss. Me. 
State Conv., May 1891— Nov. 1894; p. 2d ch., Haverhill, Mass., 
Nov. 1894— Dec. 1901; miss., A. B. H. M. S., Camden, Del., 
Jan. 1902— Jan. 1904; s. and ev., Camden, N. J., Jan. 1904— 
Dec. 1907; health failed; occ. s., res. Haverhill, Mass., Jan. 
1908— Mar. 1911; d. Haverhill, Mar. 9, 1911. 

*Warrren Nathan Walden, b. Montville, Conn., Nov. 12, 1844. 
N. T. I. 1868-69; ord. Chesterfield, Conn., Apr. 21, 1869; p. 
Chesterfield; Packerville; Bloomfield; Colchester; Montville; 
Manahawkin, N. J., 1885-93; d. Manahawkin, Dec. 5, 1893. 

20— *14 
I87I 

W. O. Ayer, Class Secretary 

WILLIAM OLIVER AYER, b. Sangerville, Me., June 25, 
1845. Priv. 1st Me. mil., 1864; C. U. 1868; N. T. I. 1868-71; 
ord. Peterboro, N. H., Oct. 11, 1871; p. Peterboro, Sept. 1871— 
Sept. 1874; Skowhegan, Me., Oct. 1874— Feb. 1884; Everett, 
Mass., Feb. 1884— June 1890; Livermore Falls, Me., Sept. 1890 
—Aug. 1893; Warren Ave. ch., Brockton, Mass., Nov. 1893— 
Aug. 1905; act. p. Braintree, Sept. 1905— Nov. 1908; p. Ken- 
duskeag, Me., Feb. 1909—; cor. Watchman, 1902-07. D. D., 
Cy. C, 1908. 

*THOMAS MELVIN BUTLER, b. Aurora, Me., Jan. 24, 
1841. 1st Heut. U. S. Vols, in civ. war; C. U. 1868; N. T. I. 
1868-71; ord. Hopkinton, R. I., Oct. 1871; p. 2d ch., Hopkin- 
ton, 1871-74; Somerset, Mass., 1874-76; Townshend, Vt, 1876- 
82; North Uxbridge, Mass., Oct. 1882— June 1888; Dover and 
Foxcroft, Me., June 1888— Oct. 1889; Canton, Mass., June 
1890-98; d. Canton, Aug. 6, 1898. 

*GEORGE WESTON DAVIS, b. Alfred, Me., Dec. 23, 1838. 
C. U. 1868; N. T. I. 1868-71; ord. South Amesbury, now 
Merrimacport, Nov. S, 1871; p. South Amesbury, 1871-74; s. 
Rowley, and Antrim, N. H., 1874-76; p. Orange, Mass., 1876-80; 
Chicopee, 1880-90; Biddeford, Me., Jan. 1891-94; Wales, Mass., 
1894-98; d. South Waterboro, Me., Aug. 20, 1898. 

*SABIN TILLOTSON GOODELL, b. Norway, N. Y., May 
22, 1836. U. S. Army, 1863-66, 1st lieut.; B. U. 1868; N. T. I. 



1872] STUDENTS 121 

1868-71 ; ord. 1871 ; miss. A. B. M. U., Bassein, Burma, 1871-77; 
d. Rangoon, Nov. 16, 1877. 

HENRY MALCOLM HOPKINSON, b. New Sharon, Me., 
Feb. 1, 1840. 16tli Me. Vols., 1863-65; C. U. 1868; N. T. I. 
1868-71; ord. Bangor, Me., Oct. 5, 1871; miss. A. B. M. U., 
Bassein, Burma, 1871-76; p. East Madison, Me., 1876-77; 
Halifax, Vt., 1877-79; West Wardsboro, 1879-84; Lebanon, 
Me., Dec. 1884— Dec. 1886; Perkinsville, Vt., Dec. 1886— 
June 1899; Westford, June 1899— Oct. 1907; South Acworth, 
N. H., Oct. 1907—. 

•+EDWIN DELMONT KELLEY, b. Clarendon, Vt., June 18, 
1846. U. Mich. 1868; N. T. L 1868-71; ord. 1871; miss. 
A. B. M. U., Toungoo, Burma, 1871-72; drowned Upper Burma, 
Jan. 1, 1873. 

*GEORGE ROSWELL READ, b. Attleboro, Mass., Mar. 5, 
1841. B. U. 1868; N. T. I. 1868-71; ord. Lisbon Falls, Me., 
Oct. 25, 1871; p. Lisbon Falls, 1871— Dec. 1876; Alameda, Cal., 
June 1877 — Apr. 1882; health failed; w. c. Alameda, Cal., 
1882-1903; d. Latrobe, Mar. 3, 1903. 

*David Wilbert Palmer, b. Grafton, Vt., Jan. 4, 1841. C. U, 
1868; N. T. I. 1868— Mar. 1871; ord. West Wardsboro, Vt., 
Sept. 6 1872; p. West Wardsboro, Nov. 1871— Dec. 1873; West 
Dummerston, Feb. 1874— Feb. 1875; Lyme, N. H., May 1875— 
May 1876; East Poultney, Vt., Nov. 1877— May 1880; Adams- 
ville, N. Y., Feb. 1881— Apr. 1884; far. East Poultney, Vt., 
Oct. 1884— Oct. 1886; p. Ellendale, N. Dak., Nov. 1886— 
Nov. 1887; far. Ludden, Apr. 1888—1906; d. Jamestown, Nov. 
5, 1906. 

*Stephen Pillsbury, b. Hebron, N. H., Jan. 26, 1824. Ord. 
Dunbarton, N. H., Oct. 12, 1864; p. Dunbarton, 1864-66; Mt. 
Holly, Vt., 1866-69; N. T. I. 1869-1871; p. Lee, 1871-74; act. 
p. Manhattan, Kans., 1874-78; w. c. Tulare, Cal., 1886-92; d. 
Fresno, Apr. 27, 1892. 9— *7 

1872 

A. J. HovEY, Class Secretary 

NATHANIEL LORD COLBY, b. Madison, N. H., July 5, 
1841. B. U.; N. T. I. 1869-72; ord. North Billerica, July 2, 
1872; p. North Billerica, 1872-79; Merrimac St. ch., Man- 
chester, N. H., 1879-1911; assoc. p. 1st ch., Manchester, 1911—; 
ad. 307 Hanover St., Manchester. 

ALVIN MILLEN CRANE, b. Mansfield Centre, Conn., Aug. 
3, 1839. U. S. Arm-y, capt., 1862-65; B. U. 1869; N. T. I. 



122 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1872 

1869-72; ord. Medfield, Aug. 23, 1872; p. Medfield, 1872— 
Sept. 1878; West Boylston, Oct. 1878— Sept. 1883; Shelburae 
Falls, Oct. 1883— Apr. 1889; Millbury, Apr. 1889— Sept. 1891; 
Medfield, Oct. 1891— July 1898; Groton, Oct. 1898-1902; occ. 
s., res. Maiden, July 1902— June 1908; p. Elm St. chap., 
Everett, June 1908— Sept. 1909; Swain's Pond chap., Maple- 
wood, Sept. 1909 — ; joint author. History 21st Conn. Vols., 
1900; ad. 27 Williams St., Maiden. 

BENJAMIN PUTNAM CROSS, b. Tavoy, Burma, Oct. 16, 
1845. U. C. 1867; N. T. I. 1869-72; ord. Huntington, Sept. 

17, 1873; miss. A. B. M. U., Shwegyin, Burma, Jan. 1874— 
May 1875; Toungoo, May 1875— Feb. 1876; Maulmain, Feb. 
1876— Oct. 1877; Rangoon, Nov. 1882— Feb. 1892; Bassein, 
Feb. 1892— Oct. 1898; Henzada, Oct. 1898— Mar. 1899; 
Maubin, Mar. 1899— July 1905; Toungoo, Mar. 1907— Nov. 
1908; Sandoway, Nov. 1908—. 

ARTHUR JUDSON HOVEY, b. Albany, Vt., Apr. 3, 1842. 
B. U. 1869; N. T. I. 1869-72; ord. Stoneham, Sept. 25, 1872; 
p. Stoneham, 1872— Nov. 1877; Evansville, Wis., Feb. 1888— 
Apr. 1889; Sparta, May 1889— Sept. 1892; Ra>Tiham, Mass., 
May 1893— Aug. 1894; Groton, Sept. 1894— Mar. 1898; health 
failed; res. Caloosa, Fla., 1900 — . 

ALBERT CHRISTOPHER HUSSEY, b. Fairfield, Me., 
Aug. 17, 1836. W. C. 1857-58; tea. Me., 1858-68; ord. Prince- 
ton, Me., Feb. 12, 1869; p. Princeton, 1868-69; N. T. I. 1869- 
72; p. Grafton, Aug. 1872— Oct. 1879; Northampton, Nov. 
1879— Sept. 1892; West Boylston, Sept. 1892— July 1896; 
Roger WilHams ch.. Providence, R. I., Jan. 1897— Oct. 1898; 
St. Johnsbury, Vt., Oct. 1898— Sept. 1902; Warren, Me., 
Sept. 1902— Sept. 1906; Russell, Mass., Sept. 1906— Nov. 
1908; act. p. Three Rivers, Nov. 1908— June 1910; ad. 24 
Woronoco Ave., Westfield. A. M., C. U., 1876. 

*FREDERICK AUGUSTUS LOCKWOOD, b. Chester, Vt., 
Aug. 21, 1838. O. C; N. T. I. 1869-72; ord. Winthrop, July 
1872; p. Winthrop, 1872-73; 3d ch.. Fall River, 1873-76; in 
bus.. East Boston; d. East Boston, Mar. 3, 1895. 

JAMES WILLIAM MANNING, b. Bridgewater, N. S., Jan. 

18, 1842. Ac. C, 1867; ord. Port Hawkesbury, C.B.,Mar.31, 
1868; p. Port Hawkesbury, June 1867— July 1869; N. T. I. 
1869-72; p. St. Stephen, N. B., July 1872— July 1875; Halifax, 
N. S., July 1875— June 1892; sec. and tr., F. M. Bd. Mar. 
Prov., and tr. denom. funds, N. B., Aug. 1892-1907; occ. [s., 
1907—; res. Wolfville. D. D., Ac. U., 1900. 

*GEORGE EDMANDS MERRILL, b. Charlestown, Mass., 
Dec. 19, 1846. H. U. 1869; N. T. I. 1869-72; ord. Springfield, 



1872] STUDENTS 123 

Oct. 3, 1872; p. 1st ch., Springfield, 1872— Jan. 1877; 1st ch., 
Salem, Feb. 1877 — May 1885; Colorado Springs, Colo., Nov. 
1885— Apr. 1887; w. c. Colorado Springs, 1887-90; p. Im. ch., 
Newton, Mass., May 1890— Feb. 1899; pres. Colg. U., Apr. 
1899-1908; anXhor, Story of the Manuscripts, 1881; The Reason- 
able Christ, 1893; Parchments of the Faith, 1894; The Song of 
Songs (Am. Comm.), 1904; sermons and addresses; d. Hamil- 
ton, N. Y., June 11, 1908. D. D., C. U., 1893. 

*DURA PRATT MORGAN, b. New London, N. H., June 30, 
1840. U. S. Aflny, 1862-66; B. U. 1869; N. T. I. 1869-72; ord. 
Jamaica Plain, June 30, 1872; p. Jamaica Plain, June 1872 — 
Nov. 1875; Beverly, Dec. 1875— May 1888; w. c. New London, 
N. H., 1888-92; d. New London, July 7, 1892. 

*CHARLES FREDERIC MYERS, b. Manchester, N. S., 

1842. Ac. C. 1869; N. T. I. 1869-72; ord. North Reading, July 
19, 1872; p. North Reading, 1872-74; Sutton, 1874-75; Peter- 
boro, N. H., Nov. 1875— Oct. 1878; med. grad. 1882; phys., 
New York, N. Y., 1883-1911; d. New York, Aug. 22, 1911. 

JUSTIN KENT RICHARDSON, b. Pownal, Me., Dec. 12, 

1843. Serv. civ. war, 23rd Me. Vols., serg., serg. maj., 30th 
Me., 1st lieut., brev. capt., brev. maj.; C. U. 1809; N.T.I. 
1869-72; ord. Maplewood, July 10, 1872; p. Maplewood, Mar. 
1871— Apr. 1875; Rutland, Vt., May 1875— Apr. 1883; East 
Boston, Mass., May 1883— Oct. 1886; 1st ch., Brockton, Nov. 
1886— Oct. 1899; Calvary ch., Des Moines, la., Nov. 1899— 
Oct. 1903; act. pres. and pres. Des Moines C, Jan. 1903 — Sept. 
1904; man. Richardson Co., real estate, Denver, Colo., Nov. 
1904 — ; author, Brockton's Perils, and brochures on theol. and 
denom. subjects; ed. Vermont Baptist, 1875-86; res. 711 South 
Clarkson St., Denver. D. D., C. U., 1898. 

MELVILLE COX THWING, b. Pittston, Me., Jan. 17, 1835. 
N. T. I. 1869-72; ord. Germantown, Pa., July 1872; p. German- 
town, 1872-75; w. c. Branford, Conn., 1875-77; p. Lowell, Mass., 
1877-80; ed. Washington, D. C, 1881-84; act. p. North ch., 
Brockton, Mass., 1884-86; ed. New York, N. Y., 1887; ? 

ISAAC ROBINSON WHEELOCK, b. Kingston, N. S., Jan 
24, 1843. B. U. 1869; N. T. I. 1869-72; ord. Worcester, Aug. 
1, 1872; p. Pleasant St. ch., Worcester, May 1872— Apr. 1875; 
Fitchburg, May 1875— May 1885; Meriden, Conn., June 1885— 
Jime 1890; insur. bus., 1890 — ; author, Semi Centennial History 
of First Baptist Church, Fitchburg, Mass., 1887; Handbook of 
Fire Insurance Inspection; Electrical Installation and Safeguards 
against Fire; Proper Basis of Rate Making in Fire Insurance; 



124 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1872 

many aricles in denom. press; ad. 15 South Fairview St., 
Roslindale, Mass. 



*NichoIas Noyes Atkinson, b. Minot, Me., Apr. 4, 1848. C. XL 
1869; N. T. I. 1869-71; not ord.; tea. Peabody, 1871-72; 
N. L. L. S. I., N. H., 1872-74; Warner, 1874-76; Rockland, Me., 
part of 1876; mining bus. Colo., 1878— July 1892; res. Leadville, 
1878-81; Denver, 1881-92; health failed ; res. West Minot, Me., 
1892-1900; d. Mechanic Falls, Aug. 23, 1900. 

George Andrew Bacon, b. Webster, Mass., Jan. 17, 1847. 
B. U. 1807; tea. Derby, Vt., 1867-68; Gardner, Mass., 1868-69; 
N. T. I. 1869-70; stud. Germany, 1870-71; tea. Polytechnic 
Inst., '^ Brooklyn, N. Y., 1871-74; Syracuse. 1874-78; prin. 
Syracuse High Sch., 1878-88; ed. Academy, 1886-92; memb. of 
firm of Allyn and Bacon, book publ., 1888 — ; ad. 172 Trem.ont 
St., Boston. Ph. D., H. C, 1879. 

David Downie, b. Glasgow, Scot., July 29, 1838. B. U. 1869; 
N. T. I. 1869-70; R. T. S. 1870-72; ord. Monroeville, O., July 
10, 1872; p. Monroeville, 1872— May 1873; miss. A. B. M. U., 
Nellore, India, 1873—; Fellow, U. of Madras, 1897—1910; 
author. History of the Telugu Mission, 1893; ed. Baptist Mission- 
ary Review; Telequ Baptist; ad. A. B. F. Tsl. S., Nellore. D. 
D., Bu. U., 1880." 



^Herbert Henry Beaman, b. Amherst, Mass., 1848. N. T. I. 
1870-72; ord. Hampton Falls, N. H., Oct. 2, 1872; p. Hampton 
Falls, and Seabrook, June 1872— Aug. 1876; West Bridgewater, 
Mass., Aug. 1876— Apr. 1880; North Oxford, May 1880— Aug. 
1881; d. North Oxford, Aug. 10, 1881. 

*John Thomas Burhoe, b. Alexandra, P. E. L, Nov. 30, 1839. 
N. T. I. 1870-72; ord. Marlboro, June 20, 1872; p. Marlboro, 
1872— Oct. 1879; U. PI. ch., Chicago, 111., Oct. 1879— May 
1883; Rockford, Sept. 1883— Feb. 1892; Ottawa, Mar. 1892— 
June 1896; res. Roslindale, Mass., 1896-98; s. Deinster St. ch., 
St. John, N. B., Jan.— June, 1898; p. Rockford, 111., Nov. 
1898— Mar. 1905; d. Rockford, Mar. 14, 1905. 

* William Rogers Warner, b. Smithfield, R. I., Mar. 31, 1826. 
Bost. T. S.; N. T. I. 1870-72; ord. Belchertown, Sept. 11, 1872; 
p. Belchertown, 1872-73; East Weare, N. H., 1874-75; South 
Lyndeboro, 1876-77; Ira, Vt., 1878-80; Lorraine, N. Y., 1882- 
83; Palo, Mich., Dec. 1884-85; Farmington, Mich., 1886-87; 
Perryville, R. I., 1893-94; v*'. c. Cambridgeport, Mass.; d. 
Mendon, June 26, 1901. 19— *8 



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1873 

J. B. Robinson, Class Secretary 

* TAMES HOPE ARTHUR, b. Hartford, Conn., May 27 
1842. U. S. Army, 1802-64; B. U. 1870; N. T. I. 1870-73 
ord. 1873; miss. A. B. M. U., Yokohama, Japan, 1873-74 
Tokyo, 1874-77; d. Oakland, Cal., Dec. 9, 1877. 

SYLVESTER BURNHAM, b. Exeter, N. H., Feb. 1, 1842. 

B. C. 1862; N. T. I. 1869-71, 1872-73; ord. Holyoke, July 7, 
1873; p. Amherst, July 1873-74; tea. W. A. 1874-75; prof. Sem. 
Lang, and O. T. Exeg., M. U. T. S., 1875—; dean Colg. T. S., 
1893—1910. D. D., B. C, 1885. 

*GEORGE CHURCHILL, b. Hartford, N. S., Jan. 18, 1842. 
N. T. L 1870-73; ord. Hebron, N. S., Aug 12, 1873; miss. F. M. 
Bd. Mar. Prov. 1873—, Bangkok, Siam, 1874-75, to Telu,gus, 
India, 1875-1908; d. Bobbili, Madras Presidency, India, Mar. 
14, 1908. 

OBADIAH ERASTUS COX, b. Cornwallis, N. S., 1844. Ac. 

C. 1866; ord. Dec. 10, 1867; p. Yarmouth, N. S.; N. T. I. 
1870-73; p. South Amesbury, 1870; New Bedford, 1873-75; 
Brooklyn, N. Y., 1877-86; 2d ch.. Auburn, Feb. 1886-89; 
Cold Spring and Huntington, L. I., sum. 1889; Towners, N. Y., 
1890— May 1893; North Easton, Mass., Oct. 1893— July 1894; 
w. c. Dorchester, 1894-96; p. Northwood, N. H., 1896— July 
1898; w. c. Auburn, N. Y., Aug. 1898—1900; p. Dykemans, 
1900— Oct. 1903; Hydeville, Vt., Oct. 1903— June 1906; w. c. 
Rutland; South Glens Falls, N. Y., 1911. 

*NEWELL TRACY DUTTON, b. Claremont, N. H., Oct. 5, 
1840. Civ. war, 1862-65; B. U. 1870; N. T. I. 1870-73; ord. 
Warren, Me., Aug. 19, 1873; p. Warren, 1873— Aug. 1883; 
Houlton, Aug. 1883— Aug. 1893; Fairfield, Aug. 1893— Sept. 
1896; fin. sec. C. U., res. Waterville, Me., Oct. 1896— Mar. 
1900; d. Newcastle, Mar. 5, 1900. 

FREDERICK HOWARD EVELETH, b. Durham, Me., Mar. 
21, 1843. C. U. 1870; N. T. I. 1870-73 ; ord. 1st ch., Portland, Me., 
Sept. 2, 1873; miss. A. B. M. U., Toungoo, Burma, 1873-85, 
Rangoon, 1885-90, Sandoway, 1890-96, Insein Theol. S., 1896 ; 
author, (in Burmese) Old Testament Biographical Studies, 1886 ; 
trans, into Burmese Broadus's Preparation and Delivery of Ser- 
mons, 1892; Hovey's Manual of Christian Theology, 1906; 
compiled and translated into Burmese Notes on the Gospel by 
John, 1909; revised Jndson's Burmese and English Dictionary 
(enlarged by R. C. Stevenson), 1909-11; ad. Insein, Burma. 

D. D., C. U., 1898. 



126 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1873 

THOMAS GARDNER FIELD, b. Massillon, O., May 19, 
1843. B. U. 1870; N. T. I. 1870-73; ord. Alton, 111., Oct. 11, 
1873; p. Alton, Sept. 1873— Feb. 1879; Winona, Minn., Mar. 
1879— Dec. 1881; 4th ch., Minneapolis, Dec. 1881— June 1887; 
dist. sec. A. B. M. U., July 1887— Jan. 1910; joint sec. A. B. F. 
M. S. and A. B. H. M. S., Ohio dist., Feb. 1910—; res. Gran- 
ville, O. 

JOHN SKINNER HUTCHINSON, b. Windsor, Vt., Oct. 6, 
1847. B. U. 1869; tea. W. A. 1869-70; N. T. I. 1870-73; ord. 
Windsor, Vt., July 22, 1874; asst. instr. Bib. Interp., C. T. S., 
1873 — Feb. 1875; engaged in clerical work; res. for many years, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. ; ad. 856 Park Place. 

* WILLI AM AMASA KEESE, b. Louisville, Miss., Dec. 23, 
1846. A. C. 1869; N. T. I. 1870-73; ord. Ellsworth, Me., July 
31, 1873; p. Ellsworth, June 1873— Apr. 1877; Calvary ch., 
Salem, Mass., Apr. 1877— May 1883; Cary Ave. ch., Chelsea, 
Sept. 1883— Nov. 1888; Trinity Cong, ch., Lawrence, Mar. 
1889-95; d. Lunenburg, Sept. 1, 1895. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON McCULLOUGH, b. Baltimore, 
Md., 1845. Col. C; C. T. S., 1870-71; N. T. I. 1871-73; ord. 
Danversport, June 20, 1873; p. Danversport, 1873-76; Edgar- 
town, 1876-77; East Gloucester, 1877-80; Baltimore, Md., 
1880-86; Washington, D. C, July 1886-92; w. c. Anacostia, 
1892-94; Tenleytown, 1896—; ad. Wisconsin Ave.. Tenley- 
town, D. C. 

EDWARD PAYSON ROBERTS, b. Waterboro, Me., Dec. 
2, 1844. C. U. 1870; N. T. I. 1870-73; ord. Springvale, Me., 
Oct. 23, 1873; p. Springvale, 1873-75; Sandusky, O., 1876-79; 
w. c. Waterboro, Me., 1879-80; p. Cincinnati, O., 1880-87, 
1893-95; Cheviot, 1887-91, 1897-1907; miss, work, Cincinnati, 
1908-11; ad. 3050 McHenry Ave., Cincinnati. 

JULIUS BROWN ROBINSON, b. Lebanon, Conn., Jan. 24, 
1842. C. L. I. 1856-60; Westfield Norm. Sch., 1868-70; N. 
T. I. 1870-73; ord. Milford, July 2, 1873; p. Milford, 1873— 
July 1874, June 1875— June 1879; Fisherville, now Penacook, 
N. H., July 1879— May 1881; West Springfield, Mass., Aug. 
1881— May 1884; Riverside ch.. New York, N. Y., May 1884— 
85; Leominster, Mass., Nov. 1886— Dec. 1888; North Billerica, 
Jan. 1888-91; res. Andover, Conn., 1892-96; p. West Boylston, 
Mass., Nov. 1896— Nov. 1904; Turners Falls, Nov. 1904—. 

RUFUS SANFORD, b. Woodside, N. S., Apr. 7, 1842. Ac. C. 
1869; N. T. I. 1870-73; ord. Billtown, N. S., Aug. 20, 1873 
miss. F. M. Bd. Mar. Prov. Siam, 1873-75, to Telugus, Bimlipa- 
tam, India, July 1875— Mar. 1892, Vizianagram, 1896—. D. 
D., Ac. U., 1908. 



1874] STUDENTS 127 

ERASTUS MELVILLE SHAW, b. Albion, Me., Oct. 14, 1842. 
16th Me. Vols., July 1863— July 1865; C. U. 1870; N. T. I. 
1870-73; ord. Antrim, N. H., Sept. 30, 1873; p. Antrim, July 
1873— Apr. 1879; Beverly Farms, Mass., June 1881— Feb. 
1884; w. c. Rockland, Me., as result of disabilities contracted 
in army, 1884 — ; winter ad. 51 Manhattan Ave., New York, 
N. Y. 

EDWIN SUMNER SMALL, b. St. George, Me., Apr. 3, 1848. 
C. U. 1868; tea. Portland, Me., 1868-70; N. T. I. 1870-73; ord. 
Cherr3dield, Me., Apr. 15, 1874; p. Cherryfield, June 1873 — Nov. 
1874; Brunswick, Jan. 1876— Apr. 1880; Livermore Falls, Oct. 
1880— June 1890; in bus. Boston, Mass., 1890—; res. Melrose. 

WILLIAM EDWIN STANLEY, b. in part of Attleboro, now 
North Attleboro, Mass., Sept. 28, 1844. P. A. A. 1866-69; N. 
T. I. 1870-73; ord. St. Cloud, Minn., July 31, 1873; p. St. 
Cloud, July 1873— May 1876; Red Wing, May 1876— Oct. 
1879; Troy, O., Oct. 1879— Aug. 1882; Austin, Minn., Oct. 
1882— Jan. 1891; Winterset, la., Jan. 1891— Aug. 1892; fin. 
sec. Des M. C, Aug. 1892— Jan. 1893; p. Atlantic, Jan. 1893— 
July 1898; Eldora, April 1900—. 

*EUGENE ELLIS THOMAS, b. North Attleboro, Mass., 
Jan. 7, 1851; B. U. 1870; N. T. I. 1870-73; ord. North Tewks- 
bury, June 19, 1873; p. North Tewksbury, 1873— Aug. 1876; 
Woonsocket, R. I., Aug. 1876— Feb. 1884; memb. R. I. leg., 
1880-82; p. Newburyport, Mass., Feb. 1884— Mar. 1888; 
Nyack, N. Y., Mar. 1888— Nov. 1889; Dutch Ref. ch.. Tarry- 
town, Dec. 1889— Apr. 1894; Castleton, Apr. 1894-1904; 
author, sermons, articles in reviews; ed. Daily Patriot, Woon- 
socket, R. I., 1879-81; d. Castleton, N. Y., Dec. 4, 1904. 



* William Ammi Bradbary, b. Chepachet, R. I., Nov. 3, 1847. 

B. U. 1870; N. T. I. 1870-72; d. Providence, R. I., Jan. 13, 1872. 

18— *6 

1874 

ELISHA BENJAMIN ANDREWS, b. Hinsdale, N. H., Jan. 
10, 1844. 2d. lieut. U. S. Army, 1861-64; B. U. 1870; prin. 

C. L. I., Suffield, Conn., 1870-72; N. T. I. 1872-74; ord. Beverly, 
July 2, 1874; p. Beverly, July 1874— Aug. 1875; pres. D. U., 
1875-79; prof. Homil., Past. Dut. and Ch. Pol., N. T. I., 1879- 
82; stud. U. Berlin and U. Munich, 1882-83; prof. Hist, and 
Polit. Econ., B. U., 1882-88; prof. Poht. Econ. and Fin., Com. 
U., 1888-89; pres. B. U. and prof. Mor. and Intel. Phil., 1889-98; 
U. S. Cmnr. to Intern. Mon. Conf., Brussels, Belgium, 1892; 
supt. pub. schs., Chicago, 111., 1898-1900; chan. U. Neb., 1900- 



128 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1874 

08, chan. em., 1909 — ; trav. 1909 — ; author, Institutes of Con- 
stitutional History, English and American, 1884, 1901; Institutes 
of General History, 1885, 1895; Institutes of Economics, 1889, 
1900; Eternal Words and other sermons, 1894; An Honest 
Dollar, 1894, 1901; Wealth and Moral Law, 1894, 1901; History 
of the United States, 1894, 1902; History of the Last Quarter 
Century in the United States, 1896 ; History of the United States 
in Our Own Times, 1904; ed. History, Prophecy, and Gospel, 
1891; The Gospel from Two Testaments, \^^?>; trans. Droysen's 
Outlines of the Principles of History, 1893; Paiilsen's The Prob- 
lem of Cosmology, 1903; ad. 1848 Prospect St., Lincoln, Neb. 
D. D., C. U., 1884; LL. D., U. Neb., 1884, B. U., 1899, U. Chic, 
1903. 

JAMES WILLIAM BANCROFT, b. Paradise, N. S., Aug. 11, 

1844. Ac. C. 1871; N. T. I. 1871-74; ord. Windsor, N. S., Apr. 
17, 1875; p. Windsor, Mar. 1875— Jan. 1876; Weymouth, Feb. 
1876— Nov. 1878; North Sydney, C. B., Dec. 1878— Oct. 1891; 
Aylesford, N. S., Nov. 1891— Apr. 1896; Springhill, May 1896 
—Aug. 1901; St. Mary's Bay, Aug. 1901— Dec. 1908, and Hill 
Grove, Aug. 1901— July 1909; 3d ch., Yarmouth, Nov. 1910—; 
ad. Pleasant Valley, Yarmouth Co., N. S. 

* JOHN EZRA BURR, b. French Creek, W. Va., 1845. B. U. 
1871; N. T. I. 1871-74; ord. Providence, R. I., July 28, 1874; p. 
Fisherville, now Penacook, N. H., Sept. 1874— July 1878; West 
Medway, Mass., July 1878-83; d. Deer Park, W. Va., Sept. 6, 
1883. 

*ALBERT VINTON CLARK, b. Tolland, Conn., Sept. 4, 

1845. M. U. 1867-69; B. U. T. S. 1871-72; N. T. I. 1872-74; 
ord. West Royalston, Aug. 26, 1874; p. West Royalston, 1874— 
Mar. 1878; East Hardwick, Vt., Apr. 1878— July 1881; d. Tol- 
land, Conn., Nov. 15, 1881. 

^LEONARD JOHN DEAN, b. Morrisville, N. Y., July, 24, 
1848. M. U. 1871; N. T. I. 1871-74; ord. East Jaffrey, N. H., 
Dec. 15, 1875; p. East Jaffrey, 1875— June 1879; Milford, Apr. 
1880— May 1882; Randolph, Mass., June 1882 — July 1884; 
prin. Un. A., Belleville, N. Y., Aug.— Nov., 1884; p. Water- 
town, Dec. 1884— Apr. 1889; Little Falls, May 1889— Sept. 
1892; Hudson, Sept. 1893— Aug. 1898; 5th Ave. ch., Troy, 
Sept. 1898— Sept. 1910; Saratoga Springs, Oct. 1910— July 
1911; d. Saratoga Springs, July 5, 1911. D. D., Colg. U., 1901. 

DAVID FOSTER ESTES, b. Auburn, Me., Oct. 18, 1851. 
U. V. M. 1871; N. T. I. 1871-74; ord. Manchester, Vt., Aug. 
19, 1874; p. Manchester, July 1874— May 1876; Belfast, Me., 
May 1876— Sept. 1878; stud. U. Gottingen, 1878-79; p. 



1874] STUDENTS 129 

Vergennes, Vt., Jan. 1880 — Sept. 1883; prof, and act. pres. 
Atlanta Bapt. S., 1883— Aug. 1886; p. Holden, Mass., Sept. 
1886— Sept. 1891; prof. N. T. Interp., Colg. T. S., Sept. 1891—; 
author, History of Holden, Mass., 1894; Outline of New Testa- 
ment Theology, 1900; Notes on New Testament Syntax, 1905; 
ad. Hamilton, N. Y. D. D., U. V. M., 1896. 

* JAMES KENDALL EWER, b. Hyannis, Mass., Apr. 18, 
1846. Priv. 3d Mass. cav., 1862-65; C. A. 1871; N. T. L 1871- 
74; ord. Boston, June 11, 1874; p. Reading, Sept. 1874 — Jan. 
1885; Pleasant St. ch., Concord, N. H., Jan. 1885-94; Un. ch.. 
Providence, R. I., 1894 — Apr. 1902; Maplewood ch.. Maiden, 
Mass., May 1902 — Apr. 1905; author, History 3d Mass. Cavalry; 
lect.; d. Maplewood, Maiden, Apr. 29, 1905. 

WILLIAM HENRY FISH, b. Delhi, N. Y., Mar. 17, 1839. 
U. S. Army, non-cmn. off., 1862-64; 2d lieut., 1st lieut., 
1864-66; B. U. 1870; N. T. I. 1870-72, 1873-74; act. p. Burling- 
ton, la., 1874-75; ord. Billerica, Mass., Dec. 28, 1875; p. 
Billerica, 1875 — June 1877; act. p. Antrim, N. H., Aug. 1877 — 
May 1878; p. Brewster, Mass., Aug. 1878— July 1880; North 
Oxford, 1882-83; Crompton, R. I., Aug. 1883— Oct. 1886; 
insur. bus., Boston, 1886—; res. Hyde Park, 1886—1896; Mel- 
rose, 1896-1900; Reading, 1900—; ad. 41 Woburn St., Reading. 

JACOB WINFRIED FUHRMANN, b. Sippersfeld, Ger., May 
5, 1844. N. T. I. 1871-74; ord. Vineyard Haven, July 2, 1874; 
p. Vineyard Haven, 1874 — July 1876; Newcassel, Wis., Apr. 
1877— Aug. 1878; Pewaukee, Sept. 1878-80; Monticello Prairie, 
Oct. 1880— Apr. 1882; Portage City, May 1882— Dec. 1883; 
health failed; res. Miss., 1883-86; p. Woodlawn, Kans., Dec. 
1886 — Feb. 1888; preaching occasioned assault and phy. disab. 
Feb. 1888; ret; res. Woodlawn, Kans., 1888—; ad. Sabetha, 
R. F.D.I. 

CALVIN GOODSPEED, b. Nashwaak, N. B., May 5, 1842. 

U. N. B. 1866; Regent's Park C, London, Eng., 1868; ord. 
Andover, N. B., 1869; prin. Bapt. S., Fredericton, 1869-72; 
N. T. I. 1872-74; p. Woodstock, Ont., 1874-78; tea. Sys. Theol., 
Wo. C, 1878-79; stud. U. Leipzig, 1879-80; p. Yarmouth, N. S., 
1881-84; ed. Messenger and Visitor, St. John, N. B., 1885-90; 
prof. Theol. and Apol., McM. U., 1890-1905; prof. Theol., Apol., 
and Ch. Pol., S. W. T. S., Texas, 1905-1909; health failed; 
lect. Ac. U., 1911; author, Messiah's Second Advent, 1900; 
(with D. M. Wei ton) Commentary on Genesis (Am. Comm.), 
1909; many brief works; assoc. ed. Canadian Baptist 7 yrs.; 
ad. Paradise, N. S. D. D., Ac. U., 1889, McM. U., 1905; 
LL. D., U. N. B., 1900. 



130 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1874 

ALBANUS KIMBALL GURNEY, b. Cumberland, Me., May 
29, 1845. C. U. 1871; N. T. I. 1871-74; ord. Yarmouth, Me., 
Aug. 26, 1874; miss. A. B. M. U., Sibsagor, Assam, 1874-1904; 
Dibrugarh, 1905-06; health failed, returned to U. S., 1907; 
trans. Old Testament into Assamese; res. Los Gatos, Cal. 

HENRY WARE HALE, b. South West Harbor, Mt. Desert, 
Me., Oct. 7, 1843. C. U. 1867; B. U. T. S. 1871-72; N. T. I. 
1872-74; ord. Auburn, Me., Aug. 20, 1874; miss. A. B. M. U., 
Shwegyin, Burma, 1874— Jan. 1880, 1882— Apr. 1893; Maul- 
main, Jan.— June, 1880; Tavoy, Nov. 1894— Mar. 1902; ad. 
Box 30, R. F. D. 1, Savannah, Ga. 

JOHN WILLIAM HOUGH, b. St. Louis, Mo., May 26, 1847. 
Wash. U. 1871; N. T. I. 1871-74; ord. St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 21, 
1874; p. Evanston, Wyo. Ter., Nov. 1874— Sept. 1875; Den- 
mark, la., Dec. 1875— Dec. 1877; Prescott, May 1878— May 
1879; tea. 1879-80; agt. Central Baptist, 1880; p. Salem, 111., 
Dec. 1880— Oct. 1883; Maquoketa, la., Nov. 1883— Nov. 1885; 
B.U.T.S. 1885-86; p. Mapleton, la., 1886-87; Schaller, 1887- 
88; tea. 1888; prin. Akinsville Inst., Mo., 1889-90; p. Republic, 
Kans., Jime 1890 — June 1891; work in Jewell Assoc, Jime 
1891— Dec. 1892; colp. miss. A. B. P. S., Republic Assoc, Dec. 
1892— Apr. 1901; p. Exeter, Neb., June 1904— June 1905; 
asst. to sec. Neb. Bd. of Health, Lincoln, May 1907 — ; ad. 
1201 G St., Lincoln. 

DANIEL WEBSTER HOYT, b. East Haverhill, Mass., Aug. 
12, 1845. 4th Mass. artil. 1864-65; B. U. 1871; N. T. I. 1871- 
74; ord. Amherst, July 29, 1874; p. Amherst, July 1874— July 
1880; Millbury, Oct. 1880-89; Adams Sq. ch., Worcester, Feb. 
1889-98; w. c Worcester, 1898-1906; p. North Oxford, Nov. 1906 
—Nov. 1910; ad. 335 Lincoln St., Worcester. 

* WILLIAM LIBBEY, b. Boston, Mass., Apr. 11, 1839. U. S. 
Vols, in civ. war; C. U. 1871; N. T. 1.1871-74; ord. Wilton, 
N. H., Oct. 15, 1874; p. Wilton, 1874— Apr. 1879; North Sut- 
ton, June 1879-85; Ashfield, Mass., 1885— Aug. 1891; w. c 
South Ashfield, 1891-94; d. South Ashfield, Aug. 18, 1894. 

WILMOT MELVIN MAYHEW, b. Charlestown, Mass., July 
21, 1848. H. U. 1871; N. T. I. 1871-74; ord. Swanton, Vt., 
June 23, 1875; p. Swanton, Feb. 1875-76; Woodstock, N. H., 
Aug. 1876— Nov 1879; w. c Boston, Mass., 1879-82; p. Whit- 
ing, Vt., Apr. 1882— Apr. 1884; Cong, ch.. Whiting, Apr. 1884— 
Sept. 1890; Franklin, Nov. 1890-94; w. c Highgate Springs, 
1894—. 

SILAS PORTER PENDLETON, b. Camden, Me., Aug. 1, 
1841. 1st Me. cav., U. S. Vols., Oct. 1861— Oct. 1864; N. T. I. 



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1871-74; ord. Philadelphia, Pa., Mar. 1875; p. Messiah ch., 
Philadelphia, 1875-76; Bath, Me., 1880-83; health failed; s. at 
various chs.; p. Kenduskeag, Me., 189^-98; Lamoine, 1898-99,-. 
ret. ; res. Wrentham, Mass. ; Mansfield. 

MILES NEWTON REED, b. Berlin, O., Aug. 8, 1844. D. U. 
1871; N. T. I. 1871-74; ord. Winthrop, June 25, 1874; p. Win- 
throp, July 1874 — July 1875; Maplev/ood, Nov. 1875 — Oct. 
1877; Baldwinsville. July 1878— May 1881; Salem Depot, N. 
H., July 1881-85; New Boston, 1885— Apr. 1889; Holliston, 
Mass., June 1889-95; Oakland, Me., 1895— Sept. 1898; Green- 
field, Mass., Feb. 1899-1902; Lee, Apr. 1902-1907; Bowdoin- 
ham, Me., 1908—. 

*DANIEL SHEPARDSON, b. Royalston, Mass., Oct. 29, 
1845. W. A.; N. T. I. 1871-74; ord. Hancock, Nov. 18, 1874 r 
p. Hancock, Nov. 1874— Mar. 1882; Petersburg, N. Y., May 
1882— Feb. 1886; s. East Nassau, Oct. 1887— Dec. 1892; 
Stephentown Centre, Nov. 1895 — Nov. 1896; w. c. Hancock, 
Mass., 1896-1908; held various tov\Ti off. ; d. Hancock, Dec. 17,, 
1908. 

JOHN ROMAN STUBBERT, b. Little Bras d'Or, C. B., Apr.. 
8, 1838. Ac. C. 1871; N. T. I. 1871-74; ord. Suffield, Conn., 
July 2, 1874; p. 2dch., Suffield, July 1874— Apr. 1882; Putnam,, 
Apr. 1882— May 1891 ; South Framingham, Mass., May 1891-93; 
Huntington St. ch., New London, Conn., Aug. 1893— May 1899; 
Southington, May 1899— Oct. 1902; Putnam, Nov. 1902—; 
author. History of the First Seventy-five Years of the Second 
Baptist Church, Suffield, Conn., 1880; J^^hilee History of First 
Baptist Church of Putnam, Conn., 1897; Fifty Years of Hunt- 
ington Street Baptist Church of New London, Conn., 1899; ad. 
53 Sunnyside St., Putnam. 

HENRY WILLIAM THIELE, b. Tennenberg, Ger., Jan. 2, 
1844. Wash. U. 1871; N. T. I. 1871-74; ord. Bernard St. ch., 
St. Louis, Mo., June 28, 1874; p. Laramie, Wyo. Ter., July 
1874— July 1876; Anamosa, la., Sept. 1876— Sept. 1877; 
Fairfield, Sept. 1877— Sept. 1879; Brighton, 111., Sept. 1879— 
June 1883; fin. sec. S. C, June 1883— Dec. 1886; p. Greenville, 
111., Jan. 1887— Jan. 1890; Mt. Vernon, Jan. 1890— Jan. 1891; 
Carbondale, Jan. 1891— Dec. 1892; Pana, Jan. 1893—1897; 
Mattoon, Oct. 1897— Oct. 1899; dist. supt. 111. Children's Home 
and Aid Society, Oct. 1899—; ad. 445 North Cedar St., Gales- 
burg, 111. 

SAMUEL WATSON TINDELL, b. Church Grove, Tenn., Oct. 
4, 1844. A. C. 1871; N. T. I. 1871-74; ord. Knoxville, Tenn., 
Aug. 2, 1874; tea. Franklin A., Jacksboro, 1874-75, 1880-81; 



2!32 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1874 

p. Cleveland, 1875-79; prof. Anc. Lang., Car. C, Mossy Creek, 
1882-85, pres. 1883-88; p. Rockwood, 1889-90, 1893-94; supt. 
schs., Dayton, 1890-91; prof. Lat., Am. Temp. U., Harriman, 
1894-98; agt. C. and N. C, 1898-99; priv. sch. work, 1900-01; 
supt. Anti-Saloon League of East Tenn., 1902-05; ed. East 
Tennessee Baptist, 1895-98; Tennessee Anti Saloon Journal, 
1905-08; Evangelist, 1909—; ad. Johnson City, Tenn. D. D., 
Car. C, 1888. 

*GEORGE WASHINGTON WILLIAMS, b. Bedford Springs, 
Pa., Oct. 16, 1849. N. T. I. 1870-74; ord. Wafertown, June 11, 
1874; p. 12th eh., Boston, 1874-75; Cincinnati, O., 1875-78; 
w. c. Cincinnati; memb. O. leg. 1 yr. ; law.; res. Washington, 
D. C. ; went to Belgium and to the Congo Free State; author, 
History of the Negro Troops in the War of the Rebellion, 1880; 
History of the Negro Race in America from 1619 to 1880, 1883; 
d. Blackpool, Eng., Aug. 4, 1891. 



William Frederic Armstrong, b. North Sydney, C. B., May 30, 
1849. Ac. C. 1869-71; N. T. I. 1871-73; ord. North Sydney, 
C. B., Aug. 3, 1873; miss. F. M. Bd. Mar. Prov., 1873-79, Burma, 
1874-75, to Telugus, July 1875-79; p. Roslindale, Mass., 1881- 
82; asst. p. Cent, ch., Providence, R. I., 1882-84; miss. A. B. M. 
U., to Tamils and Telugus, Maulmain, Burma, and p. Eng. Bapt. 
ch. there, 1884-95; in charge of Tamil and Telugu work in 
Bm-ma, res. Rangoon, 1895 — ; in U. S., 1911-12; ad. care A. 
B. F. M. S., Ford Bldg., Boston, Mass. D. D., Ac. U., 1910. 

*Herman Kendall Hopps, b. La Moille, 111., July 1, 1847. 
U. Chic. 1870; R. T. S. 1870-71; p. Batavia, 111., 1871-72; N. 
T. I. 1872-73; drowned Newport, R. I., Aug. 1, 1873. 



Orrin Robbins Hunt, b. Waldoboro, Me., Aug. 26, 1847. 
Peddie Inst. 1871; ord. Windsor, Me., Nov. 23, 1871; p. Wind- 
sor, 1870-72; N. T. I. 1872-74; p. West Townsend, June 1874— 
Apr. 1877; East Longmeadow, Apr. 1877 — Apr. 1881; Palmer, 
July 1882— Apr. 1885; Anthony, R. I., May 1885— Apr. 1890; 
Rumney, N. H., Dec. 1890— Dec. 1899; Fairfax, Vt., Jan. 1900— 
Dec. 1905; North Hebron, N. Y., Jan. 1906—. 

*Edward Dutcher Noxon, b. Lagrange ville, N. Y., 1843. 
N. T. I. 1872-74; ord. Cross River, N. Y., June 21, 1876; p. 
Gross River, 1876-80; d. Lagrangeville, June 6, 1880. 

Joseph Henry Taylor, b. London, Eng., Nov. 26, 1842. C. L. 
I.; Hart T. S. 1871-72; N. T. I. 1872-74; ord. Blue Hill, Me., 
July 1874; p. Blue Hill, 1874— July 1876; North Sedgwick, 
June 1877— Dec. 1883; w. c. Saco, 1884-86; Springfield, Mass.; 
Hillsboro, O.; Cleveland; Bedford; Milan; ad. Hillsboro, O., 
in 1905. 



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Daniel Lord Crafts, b. Boston, Mass., Jan. 17, 1840. N. T. I. 
1872-73; ord. by the Christ, ch., Lynn, 1876; reord. in Beverly, 
June 16, 1882; p. Lynn, July 1876— Feb. 1877; Salisbury, 
1877-79; New Bedford, 1879-81; Bapt. ch., Newton, N. H., 
1882-83; short p. in R. I., 1883-85; Essex, Conn., 1885— Dec. 
1886; Somerset, Mass., Jan. 1887— Oct. 1888; Patten, Me., 
1889-91; Bow, N. H., May 1892-93; Cong, ch., South Dennis, 
Mass., 1894 — Jan. 1896; w. c. Beverly Farms; Lynn; s. Christ, 
ch., Stratham, N. H ., 1902; w. c. West Mansfield, Mass^ 
1903—?; ad. North Foxboro. 

Patrick Henry Murray, b. Lynchburg, Va., Mar. 17, 1842. 
Ord. Lickcreek, W. Va., 1867; p. Spencer, and country chs., 
Sept. 1867-71; Buckhannon, June 1871-74; N. T. I. 1872-73; 
p. Boothsvilie, W. Va., Feb. 1876-86; St. Paris, O., 1886— June 
1890; Valdosta, Ga., June 1890-95; Boothsvilie, W. Va., July 
1895—; ad. Bridgeport, W. Va. 

*Norman Bayard "Wilson, b. Aylesford, N. S., Sept. 23, 1841. 
W. A. 1870-71; N. T. I. 1872-73; ord. Rehoboth, Nov. 19, 1873; 
p. Rehoboth, July 1873— July 1875; Ashland, Sept. 1875— Apr. 
1878; Georgetown, and Newton, N. H., Nov. 1878— Apr. 1881.; 
Baldwinsville, Mass., 1881 — June 1884; s. Quidnick, R. I., June 
1884— Apr. 1885; Rockport, Mass., Apr. 1885— Feb. 1886; p. 
Lonsdale, R. I., 1886-95; Branch Ave. ch., Providence, 1895- 
97, South Ferry ch., July, 1898— Apr. 1901; ret. because of ill 
health, res. Narragansett, Greene, Providence; d. Providence, 
Dec. 1, 1908. 31— *10 



1875 

A. S. StowelIv, Class Secretary 

JOHN HARRIS BARROWS, b. Leeds, Me., Feb. 14, 185L 
C. U. 1872; N. T. I. 1872-75; ord. Marblehead, vSept. 1, 1875; 
p. Marblehead, Sept. 1875 — Sept. 1878; South Boston, Nov. 
1878— Nov. 1879; Marlboro, Apr. 1880— May 1883; Warren, 
Me., Oct. 1883— Aug. 1887; Buckfield, Sept. 1887— Feb. 1889:; 
Tenants Harbor, Mar. 1889— Nov. 1892; Yarmouth ville, Dec. 
1892— Mar. 1898; Brewer, Dec. 1898— Oct. 1903; Marblehead, 
Mass., Dec. 1903 — ; author. History of Baptist Church, Yar- 
mouth, Me., 1897; History of Baptist Church, Marblehead Mass.., 
1910. 

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN BICKUM, b. Haverhill, Mass.,, 
Apr. 3, 1843. N. H. L. T. I. 1858-60; 1st Mass. heavy artil.,, 
priv. and hosp. steward, Mar. 1862— May 1864; N. T. I. 1872- 



134 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1875 

75; ord. North Haven, Me., Oct. 21, 1875; p. North Haven, 
Oct. 1875— Sept. 1877; Liberty, Nov. 1877— June 1878; left 
min. 1881; res. Derry, N. H. ; in bus. Haverhill, Mass., 1885 — ; 
ad. 44 Pleasant St., Haverhill, (Bradford Dist.) 

WILLIAM CORNELIUS CARR, b. Fall River, Mass., Dec. 
13, 1848. B. U. 1872; N. T. I. 1872-75; ord. Danielsonville, 
Conn., Nov. 11, 1875; p. Danielsonville, 1875-83; Hyde Park, 
111., 1883-87; Windsor, Vt., May 1887— Jan. 1889; Weedsport, 
N. Y., 1890-96; Union Hill, N. J., 1896— Nov. 1898; Broadal- 
bin, N. Y., Nov. 1898-1902; Malone, Jan. 1903— May 1906; 
w. c. Glen Spa. 

ADONIRAM JUDSON CHANDLER, b. Chester, Vt., Mar. 
12, 1845. Civ. war, 9th Vt. Vols. ; M. U. 1872; N. T. I. 1872-75; 
ord. North Troy, Vt., Dec. 1, 1875; p. North Troy, Sept. 1875— 
Sept. 1877; Shaftsbury, Jan. 1878— April 1881; Clinton, Conn., 
Sept. 1881— June 1885; Old Mystic, Sept. 1885— Sept. 1895; 
• in bus. and occ. s. 1895 — ; ad. 16 Squire St., New London. 

*RICARDO PRAVIA CIFRE, b. Madrid, Spain, Apr. 7, 1850. 
U. M. 1867; N. T. I. 1872-75; ord. Boston, June 10, 1875; 
miss. A. B. M. U., Barcelona, Spain, June 1875 — Sept. 1883; d. 
Las Vegas, New Mex., Mar. 28, 1894. 

RICHARD STEERE COL WELL, b. Hebronville, Mass., Mar. 
19, 1848. B. U. 1870; N. T. I. 1872-75; ord. Providence, R. I., 
June 11, 1875; p. Wanskuck, 1876-77; prof. Gr., D. U., 1877—; 
res. Granville, O. D. D., B. U., 1891. 

JOHN MAHAN ENGLISH, b. Tullytown, Pa., Oct. 20, 1845. 
B. U. 1870; tea. C. L. I., Sufheld, Conn., 1870-72; tea. Gr. 
D. U., spg. 1874; N. T. I. 1872-75; ord. Trenton, N. J., July 15, 
1875; p. Gloucester, Mass., Aug. 1875— Mar. 1882; Dudley St. 
ch., Boston, Mar. — Sept., 1882; prof. Homil., Past Dut., and Ch. 
Pol., N. T. I., 1882-90, Homil. and Past Dut., 1890—; lect. 
A. T. S., 1895-96; author, sermons and articles in rel. press. D. 
D., B U., 1891. 

THEODORE CLARENCE GLEASON, b. Westboro, Mass., 
Nov. 29, 1848. H. U. 1871; N. T. I. 1872-75; ord. North 
Conway, N. H., Nov. 4, 1875; p. North Conway, Sept. 1875— 
Nov. 1879; East Jaffrey, Jan. 1880— June 1887; Branch Ave. 
ch., Providence, R. I., July 1887— June 1892; Allenton, Dec. 
1892— Feb. 1898; Lonsdale, Feb. 1898— June 1907; East 
Greenwich Feb. 1908—. 

BENJAMIN ALLEN GREENE, b. Harrisville, R. I., Nov. 6, 
1845. B. U. 1872; N. T. I. 1872-75; ord. Cent, ch., Providence, 
R, I., June 11, 1875; p. Westboro, Mass., July 1875 — Mar. 



1875] • STUDENTS 135 

1882; Washington St. ch., Lynn, Apr. 1882— Feb. 1897; 
Evanston, 111., Mar. 1897— June 1909; prof, lect., U. Chic, July 
1909—; ad. 1154 East 56th St., Chicago. D. D., B. U., 1893. 

ELIHU BURRITT HASKELL, b. Guilford, Me., May. 15, 
1848. C. U. 1872; N. T. I. 1872-75; ord. Rockland, Me., Oct. 
5, 1875; p. Rockland, Sept. 1875— Aug. 1878; Sauk Centre, 
Minn., Sept. 1878— Apr. 1880; Fargo, N. D., Apr. 1880— Apr. 
1883; Hope Valley, R. I., Apr. 1884— Apr. 1890; South ch., 
Worcester, Mass., June 1890 — July 1893; act p. Andover, 
Nov. 1893— Aug. 1894; far. Southbridge, Mar. 1895—. 

CHARLES HENRY HICKOK, b. Dunham, C. E., Oct. 21, 
1839. 1st. Vt. cav. and 13th U. S. vet. Resv. corps, 1801-65; 
Bost. U. 1867-69; ord. Southfield, now New Marlboro, Mass., 
Sept. 23, 1869; p. Southfield, 1869— Apr. 1871; Sterling, Apr. 
1871— Apr. 1872; N. T. I. 1872-75; p. Montville, Conn., July 
1875-78; Ouincy Point, Mass., May 1878-80; West Harwich, 
Nov. 1880— Feb. 1884; Thompson, Conn., Feb. 1884— Feb. 
1889; Sterling, Mar. 1890-94; s., res. Wakefield, Mass., 1894—. 

*JOHN JOSIAH HOLBROOK, b. Swanzey, N. H., Dec. 10, 
1844. B. U. 1872; N. T. I. 1872-75; not ord.; tea. C. A., 
1875-77; Keene, N. H., 1877-79; civ. eng. 1879-84; d. Keene, 
Mar. 24, 1884. 

JOHN BENTON HOUSER, b. Canton, O., June 3, 1849. D. 
U. 1872; N. T. I. 1872-75; not ord.; lib. N. T. I. 1875-84; w. c. 
Boston; miss. Boston, 1894 — . ? 

HOWARD ROGERS MITCHELL, b. WaterviUe, Me., July 
16, 1850. C. U. 1872; N. T. I. 1872-75; ord. WaterviUe, Me., 
July 25, 1875; p. Oskaloosa, la., June 1875— Oct. 1876; Bella, 
Oct. 1876— Oct. 1878; Hinsdale, N. H., Apr. 1879— Sept. 1880; 
Conway, Mass., Oct. 1880— Oct. 1885; Huntington, Oct. 1885— 
Nov. 1888; North Uxbridge, Nov. 1888— Jan. 1891; Dover, 
Me., Jan. 1891— Oct. 1896; Livermore Falls, Dec. 1896— June 
1898; w. c. and occ. s., WaterviUe, June 1898 — ; asst. ed. 
WaterviUe Mail, 1906-07; s. s. Athens and Harmony, May 
1909— Apr. 1910; ad. 8 Highwood St., WaterviUe. 

WILLIAM ABRAM NEWCOMBE, b. St. Martins, N. B., Oct. 
12, 1848. Ac. C. 1870; N. T. I. 1872-75; ord. Hallowell, Me., 
Sept. 2, 1875; p. Hallowell, 1875— Feb. 1879; South Berwick, 
Mar. 1879— Oct. 1884; Thomaston, Nov. 1884—. D. D., Ac. 
U., 1902. 

KNUT ARWID OSTERGREN, b. Ringkarleby, Sweden, 
Sept. 15, 1848. U. O. 1867; N. T. I. 1872-75; ord. Newton 
Centre, June 20, 1875; p. St. Paul, Minn., 1875-77; supt. imm. 



136 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1875 

Swed. Bapt. into No. Wis., org. chs. in Ogema, Wis., Westboro, 
Brannan, Ironwood, Mich., Ashland, Wis., Prentice, Rhine- 
lander, 1877-90; State Cmnr. imm.. Wis., 1879-84; ed. Swed. 
Bapt. period, and tea., 1890-97; org. and tea. night schs., 
Dnluth, Minn.; tea. and prin. Grand Marais Co. sch.. Cook Co., 
1893-97; ed. Duluth Posten, 1897—; res. Duluth, Minn. 

JAMES LLOYD POWELL, b. Llewellyn, Pa., Mar. 12, 1849. 
D. U. 1872; N. T. L 1872-75; ord. Sinclairville, N. Y., June 
1876; p. Sinclairville, 3 yrs.; Busti, 3 yrs. ; in bus. 1882 — ?; 
far. Manchester, Tenn., in 1898. 

THOMAS SMALL WOOD SAMSON, b. Washington, D. C, 
Oct. 26, 1845. Col. C. 1864; U. T. S. 1871-73; N. T. I. 1873-75; 
ord. 1st ch., New York, N. Y., Apr. 24, 1873; p. Newton, Mass., 
May 1873— Apr. 1880; Calvary ch.. New Haven, Conn., Apr. 
1880— Apr. 1887; Delaware Ave. ch., Buffalo, N. Y., Sept. 
1887— Dec. 1891; Free St. ch., Portland, Me., June 1893— Dec. 
1897; res. New York, N. Y., 1898-99; p. 1st ch., Germantown, 
Philadelphia, Pa., Mar. 1899—; ad. 627 East Chelten Ave., 
Philadelphia. D. D., Col. U., 1904. 

*NATHAN CROSBY SAUNDERS, b. Yarmouth, N. S., Feb. 
7, 1839. Hort. A. 1864; N. T. I. 1872-75; ord. Newport, Vt, 
July 25, 1875; p. Newport, June 1875 — Apr. 1880; Chelmsford, 
Mass., Sept. 1880— Apr. 1889; Johnson, Vt., May 1889— Mar. 
1897; Meredith, N. H., Mar. 1897— Sept. 1903; d. Boston, 
Mass., Jan. 25, 1904. 

WILLIAM EDWARD STEVENS, b. Dayton, 0., Feb. 25, 
1849. D. U., 1872; N. T. I. 1872-75; ord. Cincinnati, O., Mar. 
6, 1876; p. Columbia ch., Cincinnati, Feb. 1876— Sept. 1899; 
Williams St. ch., Cincinnati, Dec. 1899— Nov. 1908; health 
failed; author, A Baptist Catechism, 1903; ad. Fairfield, Greene 
Co., O. 

ALFRED SWEETSER STOWELL, b. South Reading, now 
Wakefield, Mass., June 1, 1850. C. U. 1872; N. T. I. 1872-75; 
ord. Salem, N. H., Sept. 9, 1875; p. Salem, Aug. 1875— July 
1880; Derry, Aug. 1880— Oct. 1889; Montville, Conn., Oct. 
1889— Mar. 1896; Berlin, N. H., 1896— Apr. 1904; Bristol, 
R. I., May 1904—. 

GEORGE SWAINHART, b. near Shreve, O., Feb. 18, 1845. 
D. U. 1872; N. T. I. 1872-75; s. 1875-77; ord. Duncans Falls, 
O., June 14, 1877; p. Salt Creek and Duncans Falls, 1877-79; 
Ellsworth, Kans., Oct. 1879— July 1880; tea. and pr. Havens- 
ville, 1880-84; Morgan, 1884-89; p. Morgan, 1889-94; tea. and 
pr. near Heber, Ark., 1896-97; res. East Union, O., 1897-98; 



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tea. and pr. vie. Wooster, 1898-1907; in bus., Millbrook, 1907- 
1910; ret; res. Wooster, O., 1911—. 

JAMES PAUL THOMS, b. Glasgow, Scot., Oct. 10, 1846. 
U. Chic. 1872; N. T. I. 1872-75; ord. Cambridgeport, June 23, 
1875; p. Westfield, N. Y., Jan. 1876-79; Coming, Jan. 1879-80; 
Cazenovia, Mar. 1881— June 1884; Bradford, Pa., Aug. 1884-90; 
prin. Way. A., Beaver Dam, Wis., 1890-92; p. Pilgrim Temple, 
Chicago, 111., 1892-1909; supt. Cent. Bapt. Orphanage, May- 
wood, 111., 1909—. Ph. D., Syracuse U., 1889; LL. D., S.C, 
1893. 

HORACE WAYLAND TILDEN, b. Chesterville, Me., Dec. 
22, 1841. In civ. war, and U. S. Army, 1863-66; C. U. 1872; 
N. T. I. 1872-75; ord. Augusta, Me., Sept. 1, 1875; p. Augusta, 
Sept. 1875— June 1884; Hyde Park, Mass., Sept. 1884— June 
1889; Des Moines, la., Dec. 1889— July 1898; Jacksonville, 
111., Nov. 1898— Sept. 1899; Livermore Falls, Me., Oct. 1899— 
Oct. 1903; Pierre, S. D., June 1904— June 1905; Dillon, Mont., 
Sept. 1905— July 1907; around the world trav., 1907-08; res. 
Pierre, S. D., 1908-10; p. Brookings, 1910—; author. Western 
Work just Begun, 1894; The Whole Round World in the Bible, 
1906; Religious Bigotry, 1909. D. D., C. U., 1892. 



John C Andrews, b. Woodstock, Me., Apr. 22, 1838. N. T. I. 
1872-73; ord. Goodwin's Mills, Me., Mar. 12, 1874; p. Good- 
win's Mills, Oct. 1873-76; Wells, Oct. 1876-79; Harrison, Mar. 
1880-83; w. c. Harrison, 1883-85; West Paris and Mechanic 
Falls, 1885-93; s. various chs. ; p. Provo City, Utah, Mar. 
1893— Sept. 1899; s. Sacramento, Cal., Oct. 1899— June 1901; 
Salt Lake City, Utah, Nov. 1901— May 1902; Murray, Nov. 
1902— Nov. 1907; inv. ; ad. 1519 South 2d St., East Salt Lake 
City. 

Orson Porter Bestor, b. Suffield, Conn., Mar. 16, 1844. Priv. 
Co. D. 69th 111. Vols., June— Oct., 1862; B.U. 1872; N. T. I. 
1872-73; B. U. T. S. 1875-77; ord. Neponset, 111., Aug. 28, 1873; 
p. Neponset, June 1873 — June 1875; Bristol, June 1875 — 
May 1877; Dixon, Aug. 1877— Oct. 1882; Pullman, Nov. 1882— 
Jan. 1884; Madison, Wis., Feb. 1884— Nov. 1888; Beloit, 
Jan. 1889— Apr. 1893; asst. gen. miss.. Wis., May— Sept., 
1893; p. Evansville, Dec. 1893— Dec. 1898; Bay View ch., 
Milwaukee, Jan. 1899— Nov. 1903; Dundee, 111., Apr. 1904— 
Aug. 1907; LaMoille, Dec. 1907— May 1910; s. Prairieville, 
Mich., Jan. 1911—. 

Theodore "Widney Brotherton, b. Piqua, O., May 29, 1847. 
1st O. vol. cav., 1864-65; mil. p. m., Atlanta, Ga., 1865; O. 
Wes. U. 1868; law.; N. T. I. 1872-73; ord. Piqua, O., Sept. 



138 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1876 

16, 1873; p. Piqua, 1873-74; prac. law, Wapakoneta, 1874-90; 
Los Angeles, Cal., 1890 — ; adm. to bar Cal., 1890; pres. Citizens 
Bank, Los Angeles, 1890-97; pres. Valley Railway Co., 1895-97; 
author. Circling the Globe, 1910; ad. 4501 Finley Ave., Los 
Angeles, Cal. 

David Read Coe, b. Peterboro, N. Y. May 28, 1846. M. U. 
1872; N. T. I. 1872-74; notord.; in bus. Utica, N. Y., 1876-83; 
Oneida, 1884-1902; Christ. Sci. prac, Oneida, 1904—. 

* Jacob Albert Darkee, b. Yarmouth, N. S., 1846. Ac. C. 
1873; N. T. I. 1872— spg. 1873, 1875-76; ord. Milton, N. S., 
Oct. 23, 1873; p. Milton, 1873-76; Paradise, 1876-77; Guelph, 
Ont.; Lockeport, N. S., 1881-83; d. Digby, Feb. 15, 1884. 

* James Henry Kidd, b. O., 1845. D. U. 1872; N. T. I. 1872- 
74; s. Raritan, 111., 1874-75; d. San Jose, Cal., Jan. 1876. 

*Wimam Henry Randall, b. Mystic, Conn., Aug. 23, 1840. 
B. U. 1861, post grad. 1 yr. ; tea. Mystic, Conn., C. L. I., and 
Providence, R. I., 1865-70, 1871-73; trav. in Europe and 
Orient, 1870-71; N. T. I. 1873-74; ord. Hartford, Conn., Dec. 
15, 1874; p. Windsor Ave. ch., Hartford, 1874— May 1876; 
Thompson, June 1877 — Nov. 1882; Saxton's River, Vt., Dec. 
1882— July 1889; Penryn, Cal., May 1890— May 1893; South 
Riverside, Jan. 1894— June 1895; w. c. Riverside, 1895-1910; 
d. Riverside, Mar. 13, 1910. 

Prentiss Mellen Woodman, b. Auburn, Me., Oct. 29, 1846. 
B. U. 1870; tut. Miss. C. 1870-77; N. T. I. 1872-73; not ord.; 
tea. Minneapolis, Minn., 1873-80; law. 1880—; ad. 841 Lum- 
ber Exchange Bldg., Minneapolis. 



Stimner Abraham Ives, b. Suffield, Conn., Oct. 21, 1839. 
Bridgewater Norm. Sch.; tea. South Hadley, Mass., 1868-73; 
N. T. I. 1873-75; ord. 1st ch., Holyoke, Sept. 8, 1875; p. 
Alfred, Me., 1875— May 1884; Bamston, P. Q., June 1884— 
Dec. 1888; Thompson, Conn., Jan. 1889— Dec. 1897; Pinebluff, 
N. C, Dec. 1897—. 33— *6 

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L. W. Frink, Class Secretary 

HENRY PHILLIPS COGSWELL, b. Salem, Mass., Oct. 5, 
1850. M. I. T. 1873; N. T. I. 1873-76; ord. Brocton, N. Y., 
Feb. 16, 1877; p. Brocton, 1876-78; health failed, left min.; 
res. Salem, Mass., 1879 — ; ad. 64 Washington Sq., Salem. 

HENRY MARTYN DEAN, b. Morrisville, N. Y., Aug. 14, 
1841. S. C. 3 yrs.; ord. Odin, 111.. Jan. 23, 1869; p. Odin, 



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June 1868-69; Manchester, la., July 1869-71; Garrattsville, 
N. Y., Apr. 1871-73; N. T. I. 1873-76; p. Dayton, O., Oct. 
1876-78; s. Osterville, 6 mos.; p. Hingham, Dec. 1878 — June 
1887; s. Neponset Ave. ch., Dorchester, Sept. 1887— Dec. 1888; 
asst. p. 1st ch.; Cambridge, June 1890-91; sec. various assoc. 
for set. min. and s. chs., July 1891-96; res. Readville, 1887 — . 
adm. to bar, Apr. 1900; prac. law 1900 — ; author, pamphlets; 
cont. to reviews; asst. ed. Watchman, 1882-92; ad. 8 Chester St., 
Hyde Park. 

ARTHUR WENTWORTH HAMILTON EATON, b. Kent- 
ville, N. S., Dec. 10, 1849. Ac. C; H. U. 1880; N. T. I. 1873- 
76;' lit. work and study, Cambridge and Boston, 1876-83; s. 
Holy Innocents' Epis. ch., Indianapolis, Ind., 1883-84; ord. 
dea. Indianapolis, June 8, 1884, pt. New York, N. Y., Apr. 26, 
1885; asst. r. St. Mark's ch., New York; min. Stockbridge, 
Mass., 1884; min. Ch. of the Redeemer, Chestnut Kill, Mass., 
1886-87; lit. work and pr., New York, N. Y., 1888—; author. 
The Heart of the Creeds, Historical Religion in the Light of 
Modern Thought, 1888; Acadian Legends and Lyrics, 1889; 
The Church of Englaiid in Nova Scotia and the Tory Clergy of 
the Revolution, 1891 ; (with C. L. Betts) Tales of a Garrison 
Town, 1892; Acadian Ballads, 1905; Poems of the Christian 
Year, 1905; The Lotus of the Nile, 1907; History of Kings 
County, N. S., 1910; various educational works, 1892-1900; 
numerous genealogical monographs; much prose and verse in 
magazines; ed. Pope's Rape of the Lock, 1901; Recollections of 
a Georgia Loyalist, 1901 ; ad. 2 Bible House, New York. D. C. 
L., Kings U., Canada, 1905. 

*JOSHUA TINSON EATON, b. Comwallis, N. S., Feb. 7, 
1840. Hort. A. 1867-70; N. T. I. 1873-76; ord. St. Stephen, 
N. B., Aug. 20, 1876; p. St. Stephen, Sept. 1876— Sept. 1879; 
Paradise, N. S., Sept. 1879— Aug. 1884; Ohio, Nov. 1884— 
Nov. 1886; Lawrencetown, Aug. 1887 — Aug. 1894; Clements- 
port, Aug. 1894— Aug. 1901; Weymouth, May 1901— Sept. 
1906; Port La Tour, Nov. 1907— Aug. 1908; health failed; 
d. Bill town. Kings Co., June 27, 1911. 

LEMUEL WILLIAMS PRINK, b. Preston, Conn., Feb. 27, 
1850. C. L. I.; N. T. I. 1873-76; ord. Hinsdale, N. H.,Oct. 
20, 1876; p. Hinsdale, 1876-77; Moosup, Conn., Oct. 1877-79; 
Wickford, R. I., May 1879— Oct. 1883; Marlboro, Mass., Nov. 
1883-85; Sharon, Jan. 1886— Apr. 1888; West Boylston, Oct. 
1888— June 1891; North Tewksbury, Feb. 1892— Apr. 1894; 
w. c. Preston City, Conn., May 1894-96; s. Niantic, Oct. 1897— 
Mar. 1900; in bus. and occ. pr.. Mar. 1900 — ; res. Norwich, 
Nov. 1896—. 



140 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1876 

EDWIN AYER HERRING, b. Sangerville, Me., Dec. 31, 

1849. B. U. 1872; in bus. Haverhill, Mass., 1872-73, 1881-84; 
N. T. I. 1873-76; ord. Bellows Falls, Vt., Nov. 2, 1876; p. 
Bellows Falls, Oct. 1876— Sept. 1878; Peterboro, N. H., Aug. 
1879— Jan. 1881; Ellsworth, Me., Mar. 1884— Apr. 1886; 
Brandon, Vt., May 1886— Apr. 1897; 1st ch.. East Providence, 
R. I., Aug. 1897— Oct. 1903; supt. fin. for R. I. Temp. League, 
Oct. 1903— May 1907; p. Danvers, Mass., May 1907— Nov. 
1911; insiu". bus., Seattle, Wash., Nov. 1911 — ; ad. 567 Empire 
Bldg., Seattle. 

ELIAS MILES KEIRSTEAD, b. Collina, N. B., Feb. 11, 

1850. U. N. B. 1873; N. T. I. 1873-76; ord. Yarmouth, N. S., 
Dec. 5, 1876; p. Milton ch., Yarmouth, Sept. 1876— Sept. 1877; 
Windsor, Sept. 1877— Nov. 1882; prof. Eng. Lit. and Log., 
later Psy. and Mor. Phil., Ac. C, Aug. 1882— Aug. 1905; McM. 
U., 1905 — ; ed. cont. to rel. newsp. and lect. ; res. Toronto, 
Ont. D. D., Ac. U., 1895; LL. D., St. Francis Xavier U., 
Antigonish, N. S., 1905. 

OLIVER DENNETT KIMBALL, b. Boston, Mass., 1847. 
N. T. I. 1873-76; ord. Boston, June 18, 1876; p. Leominster, 
1876-83; West Newton, 1883— July 1888; elk. New York, N. 
Y., 1888—?; ? 

*HORATIO MORROW, b. St. Peter's Bay, P. E. L, Apr. 24, 
1843. Ac. C. 1871; ord. Sackville, N. S., Nov. 11, 1871; p. 
Sackville, Nov. 1871— Apr. 1873; Truro, Apr.— Sept., 1873; N. 
T. I. 1873-76; miss. A. B. M. U., Tavoy, Burma, Jan. 1877— 
Sept. 1905; d. Tavoy, Sept. 6, 1905. 

FRANCIS WAYLAND RYDER, b. Bristol, Vt., Nov. 17, 
1848. U. V. M. 1873; N. T. I. 1873-76; ord. Rockport, Me., 
Aug. 30, 1876; p. Rockport, 1876-79; Belfast, 1879-81; East 
Greenwich, R. I., 1881-84; 1st ch., Newport, 1884— Mar. 1887; 
East Boston, Mass., Apr. 1887 — Feb. 1891; 1st ch., Lawrence, 
Apr. 1891— Apr. 1895; Victor, Colo., 1895-98; in bus., Victor, 
1898-1907; disappeared. D. D., U. V. M., 1894. 

ARVIN AUGUSTUS SMITH, b. Richford, Vt., Sept. 8, 1840. 
B. U. 1873; N. T. I. 1873-76; ord. Turner, Me., Jan. 25, 1877, 
p. Turner, Dec. 1876— Dec. 1879; West Sumner, Jan. 1880-83; 
Yarmouth, 1883-86; Mariner's ch., Boston, Mass., 1886-88; 
Petersham, Feb. 1888— Sept. 1890; prof. Theol., Shaw U., 
Raleigh, N. C, Oct. 1890— May 1893; p. Wilmington, Vt.; 
June 1893— June 1897; s. Halifax, North Sunderland, New 
Braintree, Brookfield, Mass., 1897-1907; p. Sterling Hill, Conn., 
1907-08; Westminster Cong, ch., South Canterbury, 1908—. 



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EDMUND CRAWLEY SPINNEY, b. Wilmot, N. S., Mar. 27, 
1845. Ac. C. 18G8; H. U.; ord. Holmesville, C. B., Nov. 
27, 1868; p. Holmesville; N. T. I. 1871-72, 1874-76; p. Pella, 
la., 1872-74; Pleasant St. ch., Concord, N. H., June 1876— 
June 1880; Burlington, la., June 1880-84; pres. Burlington C, 
1882-87; in South, 1887-89; in bus., Des Moines, la., Jan. 1889- 
1906; Chicago, 111., 1906—; pres. Un. Life Ins. Co.; cor. 
several newsp. ; assoc. ed. Western Pulpit; ad. 3526 Grand 
Boulevard, Chicago. D. D., Cent. U., 1881. 

THOMAS MEFFORD STEWART, b. Dayton, O., Aug. 27, 
1847. S. C. 1873, theol. stud., 1873-75; N. T. I. 1875-76; 
prof. Gr., Cal. C, 1876-79; s. Los Angeles, 1879-80; prof. Gr. 
and act. pres., Ott. U., 1881-84; ord. Ottawa, Kans., 1885; 
p. Blackfoot, Idaho., and Eagle R.ock, 1885-88; law. Blackfoot, 
1888-90; law. Los Angeles, Cal., 1890—; ad. 1369 Lucile Ave., 
Los Angeles. 

ALEXANDER TURNBULL, b. Montreal, Can., Jan. 31, 
1852. U. T. 1873; Can. L. I. 1873-75; N. T. I. 1875-76; ord. 
Belleville, Ont., Jan. 1877; p. Belleville, Jan. 1877— Jan. 1883; 
Simcoe, Feb. 1883— May 1884; miss. A. B. H. M. S., Salida, 
Colo., May 1884 — May 1890; p. Judson Mem. ch., Denver, 
May— Dec, 1890; gen. miss. A. B. H. M. S., Colo, and N. Mex., 
Dec. 1890— Oct. 1892; p. Olivet ch., Denver, Colo., Nov. 1892— 
July 1893; asst. cor. sec, A. B. H. M. S., New York, N. Y., 
Aug. 1893-1908; act. p. Colorado City, Colo., Nov. 1908—; 
Durango, July 1909 — Apr. 1910; North Egremont, Mass., 
1910—. 



* William Kendrick Dean, b. Morrisville, N. Y., July 1, 1846. 
S. C; N. T. I. 1874-75; ord. Fitzwilliam, N. H., 1876; p. 
Fitzwilliam, 1876-77; Rainbow, Conn., 1877-79; Southwick, 
Mass., 1879-81; d. Westfield, Sept. 5, 1883. 

* Joseph Freeman Kempton, b. Kempt, N. S., Jan. 20, 1835. 
Ac. C, 1862; ord. Mira, C. B., June 5, 1864; p. Mira, 1862-66; 
Sydney, 1862-64; Margarie, Apr. 1866— June 1869; Billtown, 
N. S., June 1869-73; N. T. I. 1873-75; p. Sussex, N. B., 1875- 
77; Parrsboro, N. S., 1877-81; Freeport, 1881-83; Chester, 
1883-87; Hopewell, N. B., 1887-89; d. St. John, Oct. 5, 1889. 

Ross Matthew[e]s, b. Ballinasloe, Ire., July 5, 1841. M. U. 
1872; N. T. I. 1873-74; M. U. T. S. 1874-76; ord. Port Byron, 
N. Y., 1877; p. Port Byron, 1876-78; Lancaster, Pa., 1878- 
81; Fabius, N. Y., 1882-84; Lonsdale, R. I., 1884-87; Boon- 
ville, N. Y., 1887— Dec. 1888; Wilson, 1888-91; Marengo, 111., 
1891-96; Paw Paw, Mich., 1896-1900; Salem, O., 1900-04; 
Castile, N. Y., 1904-09; Westport, N. Y., 1909—. 



142 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1876 



George Douglas Brewerton, b. Newport, R. I., about 1848. 
N. T. I. 1873-76; ? 

*Leonard Smith Brown, b. Waterford, Conn., Dec. 18, 1832. 
C. L. I.; N. T. I. 1874-76; ord. Sterling, Conn., 1877; p. 
Sterling, Apr. 1877— June 1881; Tolland, July 1881-83; West- 
ford, 1884-90; Block Island, R. I., 1890-95; d. New Shoreham, 
R. I., Nov. 30, 1895. 

Micajah Bunting Laning, b. Bordentown, N. J., Sept. 29, 1839. 
Ord. Yardleyville, Pa., May 25, 1861; p. and miss, to Adv. 
people, Elk Co., Pa., New York, N. Y., Vt., No. N. Y., New- 
buryport, Mass., 1861-71; p. Bapt. ch., Stratham, N. H., 1872- 
75; N. T. I. 1874-76; p. Cherryville, N. J., Oct. 1876— Mar. 
1881; Sandy Ridge, Apr. 1881— Sept. 1885; miss. Blair, 
Centre, and Bedford Cos., Pa., Oct. 1885— Mar. 1893; p. 
Tunnelton, Pa., Mar. 1896— Dec. 1900; s. in Wash, and Cal. 
1901-05; in Pa., 1906-08; Messiah's ch.. Adv., Trenton, N. J., 
Jan. 1909—; ad. 221 North Johnson St., Germantown, Pa. 

Oscar Dwight Thomas, b. Huntington, Mass., Feb. 19, 1845. 
N. T. I. 1873-76; ord. West Springfield, June 28, 1876; p. West 
Springfield, June 1876— Nov. 1878; Brockton, Dec. 1878— Oct. 
1886; supt. Mass. Conv. ev. work, Nov. 1886— Sept. 1890; ind. 
ev. Oct. 1890 — ; ad. Brockton, Mass. 



John Alexander Gordon, b. Uigg, P. E. I., June 24, 1846. 
Ac. C. 1872-73; N. T. I. 1874-75; ord. Cape Wolfe, P. E. I., 
Oct. 8, 1875; p. Cape Wolfe, Oct. 1875— Sept. 1876; East Point, 
Sept. 1876— Sept. 1880; Milton ch., Yarmouth, N. S., Oct. 
1880— Sept. 1885; Leinster St. ch., St. John, N. B., Oct. 1885— 
Mar. 1888; gen. supt. Un. Bapt. S., N. B., Oct. 1888— Mar. 
1889; p. Charlotte town, P. E- I., Apr. 1889— July 1893; Main 
St. ch., St. John, N. B., Aug. 1893— Sept. 1899; 1st ch., 
Montreal, P. Q., Sept. 1899 — ; author pamphlets and ad- 
dresses; cont. to press; ad. 235 Mance St., Montreal. D. D., 
Ac. U., 1904. 

William Stevens Tucker, b. Plymouth, Eng., 1847. N. T. I. 
1874-75; ord. Hopkinton, N. H., Sept. 28, 1875; p. Hopkinton, 
1875-79; Epis. min. Wolfboro, 1879-81; stud. Inst, of Sci., 
Minneapolis, Minn., 1881-83; tea. Ind. C. and prof. Indian- 
apolis U., 1883-88; ed. Commercial Current, Indianapolis, Ind., 
2 yrs.; trav. and lect. 1891-92; stud, and tea. in 111., Ala., and 
Miss., 1892-96, Ky., 1896-97; man. Insur. Co., 1897—? ; res. 
Atlanta, Ga., in 1898; ? 23— *5 



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J 877 

J. S. SwAiM, Class Secretary 

JAMES PERCIVAL ABBOTT, b. Woonsocket, R. I., Dec. 
8, 1846. B. U. 1874; N. T. I. 1874-77; ord. Medford, Dec. 19, 
1877; p. Medford, Dec. 1877— Apr. 1898; Oshkosh, Wis., Feb. 
1899— Oct. 1906; Rockford, 111., Feb. 1907—. D. D. Temple 
C, Philadelphia, Pa., 1898. 

THOMAS DAVIS ANDERSON, b. Roxbury, Mass., Feb. 26, 
1853. B. U. 1874; N. T. I. 1874-77; ord. Portland, Me., Nov. 
22, 1877; p. 1st ch., Portland, Nov. 1877— Oct. 1882; 7th ch., 
Baltimore, Md., Nov. 1882— Oct. 1887; Cent, ch., Providence, 
R. L, Oct. 1887— Sept. 1902; Em. ch., Albany, N. Y., Sept. 
1902— Sept. 1910; res. Brookline, Mass., Sept. 1910—; s. 
Cent, ch.. Providence, R. I., Sept. 1910— Feb. 1911; author. 
Memorial Address on E. G. Robinson, 1895; ad. 2 Wellington 
Terrace, Brookline, Mass., D. D., B. U., 1804. 

*WILLIAM CHARLES CRAIGIE, b. North Cambridge, 
Mass., 1844. B. U. 1874; N. T. I. 1874-77; health failed ; res. 
Wobum; d. Nov. 1889. 

*GEORGE EDWIN LEESON, b. Pittsfield, Mass., July 25, 
1845. U. S. Army, in civ. war; B. U. 1874; N. T. I. 1874-77; 
ord. Framingham, June 29, 1877; p. Framingham, June 1877 — 
Aug. 1881; d. Framingham, Aug. 20, 1881. 

*LOUIS ATHERTON POPE, b. Brookline, Mass., Oct. 6, 
1852. B. U. 1874; N. T. I. 1874-77; ord. Mansfield, Aug. 31, 
1877; p. Mansfield, 1877- Oct. 1879; Phenix, R. I., July 1880— 
Feb. 1884; Warren, Mar. 1884-89; Newburvport, Mass., May 
1889— Jan. 1901; d. Newburyport, Aug. 20, 1903. 

JOHN WHITE PRIMM, b. St. Clair Co., 111., Nov. 17, 1848. 
S. C. 1874; N. T. I. 1874-77; ord. Atlanta, 111., Oct. 16, 
1877; p. Atlanta, Sept. 1877— Apr. 1882; Lincoln, May 1882— 
Sept. 1883; Citra, Fla., Jan.— Aug., 1884; Carrollton, 111., Sept. 
1885— Aug. 1891; Urbana, Nov. 1891— Oct. 1892; Carlinville, 
Nov. 1892 — Aug. 1895; insur. bus. and s., res. Springfield, 
1895-1905; miss. p. Urbana, 1905—. 

GEORGE DARIUS REID, b. Suffield, Conn., July 11, 1849. 
Y. C. 1874; Y. D. S. 1874-75; N. T. I. 1875-77; ord. Suffield, 
Conn., Nov. 21, 1877; p. Edgartown, Mass., Dec. 1877— Dec. 
1880; Orange, Jan. 1881— Jan. 1890; Deep River, Conn., Jan. 
1890— Apr. 1895; Bridgeport, Jan. 1896— Feb. 1901; Shelton, 
Nov. 1904—. 



144 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1877 

JOSEPH S. SWAIM, b. Worcester, Mass., May 2, 1851. 
H. U. 1873; N. T. I. 1874-77; ord. Cambridge, Oct. 15, 1877; 
p. Claremont, N. H., Oct. 1877 — Jan. 1883; Un. ch., Providence, 
R. I., Feb. 1883— Feb. 1887; 1st ch., Binghamton, N. Y., Feb. 
1887-90; 1st ch., New Bedford, Mass., 1890-1904; ed. The 
Watchman, 1904 — . 

HENRY WILBERFORCE TATE, b. Leyden, Mass., Sept. 
10, 1847. U. Chic. 1869-73; S. C. 1873-74; N. T. I. 1874-77; 
ord. Suncook, N. H., Aug. 8, 1877; p. Suncook, June 1877 — 
Nov. 1882; Milford, Nov. 1882-87; Tiverton, R. I., Dec. 
1887— May 1890; Fremont, Neb., May 1890— Nov. 1895; 
Chariton, la., Nov. 1895— Sept. 1898; Streator, 111., Sept. 
1898— Nov. 1905; ad. 2331 Hartzell St., Evanston, 111. Ph. 
D., Cent. U., 1898; D. D., Cent. U., 1901. 

*GEORGE EDWARD TUFTS, b. New Albany, N. S., 1840. 
Ac. C. 1866; tea. in A., Burdick, C. B., Fredericton, N. B.; 
N. T. I. 1874-77; ord. West Waterville, now Oakland, Me., 
July 1877; p. West Waterville, June 1877-79; Dover, June 
1879-80; Ottumwa, la., Nov. 1880-81; Belfast, Me., Dec. 1881- 
90; Brunswick, Oct. 1890— Oct. 1891; trav. in Europe, 1892; 
miss, rural chs., Waldo Co., Me., 1893-95; p. Islesboro, 1895- 
1905; res. Islesboro, and Wolfville, N. S. ; cont. to Appleton's 
Encyclopaedia, and Encyclopaedia Britannica; d. Wolfville, May 
29, 1908. 

*ALBERT GEORGE UPHAM, b. Weston, Mass., Dec. 28, 
1850. B. U. 1874; N. T. I. 1874-77; ord. Southbridge, July 31, 
1877; p. Southbridge, Aug. 1877— Nov. 1883; Olivet ch., 
Montreal, P. Q., Dec. 1883— June 1892; Cleveland, 0.,Sept. 
1892— Aug. 1897; StoughtonSt. ch., Boston, Mass., Feb. 1898— 
Dec. 1901; 1st ch.. Fall River, Feb. 1902— Mar. 1907; d. 
Waverley, July 20, 1908. D. D., D. U., 1894. 

CORNELIUS NEWTON WESTER, b. near Holden, Mo., 
Dec. 20, 1849. W. J. C. 1875; N. T. I. 1875-77; ord. Post Oak 
ch., Johnson Co., Mo., 1874; p. Holden, 1877-78; Park Ave. 
ch., St. Louis, 1878-80; Holden, 1880-81; Independence, 1881- 
82; Fairville, 1882-84; Em. ch., Kansas City, Oct. 1884-90; 
Princeton, 1890-91; Nevada, 1891-94; Poplar Bluflf, 1894-96; 
Fairville, 1896-98; s. Fort Collins, Colo., a few mos. to Dec. 
1898; p. Longmont, May 1899 — July 1905; Colorado Springs, 
July 1905— June 1906; Lake Ave. ch., Pueblo, June 1906— 
Apr. 1911; Weiser, Idaho, Apr. 1911—. 

CHARLES EMERSON YOUNG, b. Corinna, Me., Dec. 2, 
1846. C. U. 1874; N. T. I. 1874-77; ord. Mt. Vernon, Me., 
Sept. 19, 1877; p. Mt. Vernon, 1877— Sept. 1881; Caribou, 



1877] STUDENTS 145 

Oct. 1881-92; miss.lMe. Bapt. Miss. Conv., Nov. 1892—; ad. 
West Enfield, Ee. 



Edward Hammond Brooks, b. Townsend, Mass., Mar. 9, 1849. 
Kal. C. 1874; N. T. I. 1875-76; B. U. T. S. 1874-75, 1881-83; 
ord. Tremont Temple eh., Boston, Mass., June 11, 1876; p. 
Cassopolis, Mich., July 1876— Sept. 1878; Lapeer, Sept. 1878— 
July 1879; Crown Point, Ind., Sept. 1879— Apr. 1883; Grand 
"Rapids, Mich., July 1883— June 1889; Aurora, 111., May 1890— 
Mar. 1895; East Los Angeles, Cal., Jan. 1896-99; Long Beach, 
1899-1901; Oxnard, 1905-06; Figuroa St. ch., Los Angeles, 
1906-08; ad. 2812 Menlo Ave., Los Angeles. 

Ephraim Hapgood, b. West Acton, Mass., Oct. 22, 1848. B. 
U. 1874; N. T. I. 1874-75; ord. South Windham, Vt., Oct. 21, 
1875; p. South Windham, Feb. 1875— June 1878; Seward, Neb., 
June 1878-80; David City and other places, Butler Co., 1881-83; 
South Hanson, Mass., Apr. 1884-85; agt. Mass. Total Abstinence 
Soc, Sept. 1886 — ; ad. South Hanson, Mass., 

Adoniram Jadson Hopkins, b. Jefferson, Me., May 24, 1847. 
H. U. 1874; N. T. I. 1874-76; ord. Dunbarton, N. H., Sept. 
27, 1876; p. Dunbarton, 1876— Oct. 1879; Hopkinton, Oct. 
1879— Sept. 1883; Franklin Falls, Oct. 1883— Oct. 1886; 
Georgetown, Mass., Dec. 1887 — Mar. 1891; North Uxbridge, 
Mar. 1891— Feb. 1906; Perkinsville, Vt., Aug. 1906—. 

Eusebe Leger, b. St. Timothee, Can., Dec. 11, 1845. Grande 
Ligne Sch., P. Q., 1861-64; N. T. I. 1873-75; ord. Waterville, 
Me., 1876; miss, to French, Waterville, July 1875-81; Fall 
River, Mass., 1881-82; Pawtucket, R. I., 1882-83; Woonsocket, 
1883-86; Waterville, Me., 1886-88; Holyoke, Mass., 1888-93; 
Lynn, 1893-94; Skowhegan, Me., Lewiston, and Biddeford, 
1895-97; serv. with Gosp. carriage, Worcester Assoc, Mass., 
1897; S. S. work, Worcester, 1897-1900; in bus. Worcester, 
1900—?; ad. Augusta, Me. 

*John Anderson McLean, b. Orwell, P. E. L, Nov. 1, 1840. 
N. T. I. 1874-76; ord. Pine Grove, N. S., Apr. 30, 1874; 
p. Pine Grove, 1874-76; Falmouth, June 1876— June 1878; 
Newport, June 1878— June 1879; ev. Hants Co., 1878-79; p. 
HUlsburgh, June 1879— Mar. 1882; Parrsboro, Oct. 1882— 
Dec. 1884; Hantsport, Dec. 1884— Apr. 1887; d. Hantsport, 
Apr. 2, 1887. 

William Marcellus Mick, b. Buckhannon, W. Va., May 22, 
1848; 15th W. Va. inf., July 1861— Oct. 1863; battery C, 1st 
W. Va. artil., Oct. 1863-65; ed. and publ. Buckhannon Delta, 
1869; Mt. Union C, Mt. Union, O., 1872; N. T. I. 1874-76; 



146 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1877 

ord. Windsor, Vt., Sept. 27, 1876; p. Windsor, Sept. 1876— May 
1880; Lambertville, N. J., May 1880— Sept. 1884; Jefferson 
St. ch., Providence, R. I., Sept. 1884— Apr. 1887; 1st ch., 
Waltham, Mass., Feb. 1888— Dec. 1891; in bus., res. Newton 
Centre, 1891—; ad. 559 Parker St., Newton Centre. 

Otis Osgood Ordway, b. Hamilton, Mass., Oct. 30, 1845. B. 
U. 1874; N. T. I. 1874-76; ord. Farmington, Me., June 13, 1876; 
s. Farmington, 1876-77; p. Nobleboro, Oct. 1877— Apr. 1881; 
Cooper's Mills, May 1881 — Jan. 1884; Nobleboro, Jan. — Apr., 
1884; Hammonton, N. J., Dec. 1885— Dec. 1886; East Haver- 
hill, Mass., Feb. 1887— July 1894; 1st ch., Middleboro, 1895- 
97; w. c. South Braintree, Mass., 1898-1901; p. Sheldonville, 
1901-07; 1st ch., Marshfield, Nov. 1907—; ad. Standish, Mass. 

George Theron Raymond, b. Fitchburg, Mass., Mar. 28, 1849. 
B. U.; N. T. I. 1874-76; ord. Moosup, Conn., Feb. 1, 1872; 
p. North Tewksbury, Mass., June, 1876— Oct. 1878; Utica, 111., 
Jan. 1879— Sept. 1880; Fisherville, now Penacook, N. H., 
Jan. 1881— June 1883; in bus., 1883-88; p. Montpelier, Vt., 
Oct. 1888— July 1891; Bethany ch., Boston, Mass., July 1891— 
94; 1st ch., Gloucester, 1894— Feb. 1897; in bus., 1897—; 
author, Old Truths for New Hearers; res. Owanita, Fla. 

*GayIord Beecher Smith, b. Essex, N. Y., Oct. 5, 1845. 
Priv. 3d Vt. bat. light artil., Dec. 1863— June 1865; U. V. M. 
1874; N. T. I. 1874-76; ord. Plainfield, N. H., June 26, 1877; 
p. Plainfield, 1877-81; South Lyndeboro, Sept. 1881— Jan. 1886; 
Jamestown, R. I., Feb. 1886-95; far. Wrentham, Mass., 1895- 
1905; d. Wrentham, Feb. 5, 1905. 

* Joseph Horner Wilson, b. Centreville, O., Oct. 25, 1840. 
D. U. 1871; N. T. I. 1874-75; ord. Jonah's Run ch., O., Dec. 
28, 1876; p. Jonah's Run ch., Aug. 1876— Mar. 1884; Centre- 
ville, Oct. 1878— spg. 1884; health failed; occ. pr., O. and 
Minn.; d. Minneapolis, Oct. 17, 1887. 



*Edward Augustus Capen, b. Boston, Mass., Mar. 19, 1844. 
H. U. 1866; in bus., 1866-75; N. T. I. 1875-77; ord. Water- 
town, Nov. 15, 1877; p. Watertown, 1877— Dec. 1900; trav. 
1901; p. North Tonawanda, N. Y., Apr. 1902— Feb. 1905; d. 
North Tonawanda, Feb. 4, 1905. 

George Washburn Fuller, b. Needham, Mass., July 11, 1846. 
Ord. West Sumner, Me., Jtme 10, 1870; p. North Paris and West 
Sumner, 1869-72; Jay, 1872-75; N. T. I. 1875-77; p. Chicopee, 
June 1877— Mar. 1880; Hyannis, Apr. 1880— Mar. 1888; Win- 
throp, Apr. 1888-95; Cottage City, 1895-97; res. Winthrop, 



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1897-1902; s. s. Trin. ch., East Boston, Mar. 1899— May 1900; 
Cottage City, June 1900— Apr. 1902; res. Lexington 1902-07; 
1910—; Lowell, 1907-10; ad. Lexington. 

James Gardner Ross, b. Nantucket, Mass., Sept. 24, 1843. 
N. T. L 1875-77; ord. New Haven, Conn., Mar. 6, 1878; p. Im. 
ch., New Haven, 1878 — Sept. 1884; Bethel ch., Jacksonville, 
Fla., 1885-90, Trinity ch., 1890-98; 1st ch., Nashville, Tenn., 
July 1898—?; Central ch., Wilmington, N. C, Mar. 1899—?; 
Kbenezer ch., Pittsburg, Pa., Oct. 1899—?; Trinity ch., Jack- 
sonville, Fla., Sept. 1902-09; Mahoning Ave. ch., Youngstown, 
O., Aug. 1909—?; Zion ch., Xenia, July 1910—. 

Julius Adclbert Leavitt, b. Gouvemeur, N. Y., Mar. 4, 1852. 
B. U. 1875; N. T. L 1875-76; ord. Grafton, Vt., June 24, 1876 
p. Grafton, 1876-77; Essex, 1877-80; Beloit, Kans., 1880-82 
Leavenworth, 1882-84; State S. S. miss, for 111., Jan. 1885-90 
pres. Ewing C, 1890-1911; State supt. Soc. of Friendless for 
Neb., 1911—; res. Ewing, 111. D. D., La Gr. C, 1895; LL. D., 
Ewing C, 1903. 27— *9 

1878 

L. A. Freeman, Class Secretary 

*FRANCIS SHELDON BACON, b. Deerfield, Mass., Nov. 30, 
1842. N. T. I. 1875-78; ord. Hudson, June 26, 1878; p. Hud- 
son, 1878— Sept. 1887; Marblehead, Oct. 1887— Dec. 1891; 
People's ch., Manchester, N. H., Jan. 1892— June 1900; Daniel- 
son, Conn., May 1901 — Apr. 1903; d. Dorchester, Mass., Jan. 16, 
1905. 

GEORGE NELSON BALLENTINE, b. Wilmot, N. S., Aug. 
25, 1848. Ac. C. 2 yrs.; ord. North Brookfield, N. S., Oct. 3, 
1872; p. North Brookfield, June 1872— Sept. 1875; N. T. I. 
1875-78; p. Maitland, N. S., June 1878— June 1880; Wood- 
stock, N. B., Tune 1880— Feb. 1886; Groton, Conn., Feb. 1886— 
Sept. 1890; Union Sq. ch., San Francisco, Cal., Oct. 1890— Oct. 
1891; lect. ; supt. Crittenden miss., Sacramento, 7 mos.; p. 
Oakland, Sept. 1892— July 1893; Wheatland, Sept. 1893— 
Jime 1894; act. p. ind. ch., North Attleboro, Mass., Sept. 1894 — ■ 
Sept. 1899; p. Mendota, III., Nov. 1899— June 1902; Fort 
Madison, la., June 1902— Mar. 1903; Selma, Cal., June 1903— 
July 1905; Modesto, July 1905— July 1907; Penryn, Oct. 
1908— Jan. 1910; Redding, Apr. 1910— May 1911; Lompoc, 
1911—. 

LEMUEL CALL BARNES, b. Kirtland, O., Nov. 6, 1854. 
Kal. C. 1875; N. T. I. 1875-78; ord. Kalamazoo, Mich., June 
30, 1878; s. Greenville, N. H., Aug.— Oct., 1878; p. St. Paul, 



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Minn., Nov. 1878— July 1882; 4th Ave. ch., Pittsburg, Pa., 
Aug. 1882— Oct. 1887; Newton Centre, Mass., Nov. 1887— 
May 1893; 4th Ave. ch., Pittsburg, Pa., June 1893— Oct. 1902; 
1st ch., Worcester, Mass., Nov. 1902— Mar. 1908; field sec. 
A. B. H. M. S., Apr. 1908 — ; author. Motives instead of Entice- 
ments in Giving, 1889; Shall Islam Rule Africa? 1890; Two 
Thousand Years of Missions before Carey, 1900; United in- 
stead of Divided Giving, 1908; The Creative Week in the West, 
1910; many booklets and pamphlets; ad. 23 East 26th St., 
New York, N. Y. D. D., Kal. C, and Bu. U., 1896. 

*CHARLES WARREN CURRIER, b. Lowell, Mass., Dec. 

21, 1842. D. U. 1874; N. T. I. 1876-78; ord. Xenia, O., Jan. 
16, 1879; p. Xenia, 1879— Oct. 1887; 1st ch., Winfield, Kans., 
Nov. 1887— Apr. 1889; d. Winfield, Apr. 17, 1889. 

LEONARD ALFRED FREEMAN, b. Wellington, N. S., 
Oct. 17, 1850. Taylor U. 1901; N. T. I. 1875-78; ord. Buck- 
field, Me., Aug. 21, 1878; p. Buckfield, Aug. 1878— July 1880; 
Brunswick, Aug. 1880^-Sept. 1883; Leominster, Mass., Nov. 
1883-86; Mt. Washington ch., Haverhill, Sept. 1880— Nov. 
1894; Orange, Dec. 1894— Mar. 1904; in bus., Haverhill, Apr. 
1904— Mar. 1905; p. Dedham, Mar. 1905— June 1911; author. 
State Missions, 1903; The Local Church and the New Popula- 
tion, 1903; ad. Reading, Mass. Ph. D., and D. D., Taylor U., 
1903. 

*GEORGE EDWARD GOOD, b. Jacksonville, N. B., Aug. 

22, 1843. Ac. C. 1875; N. T. I. 1875-78; ord. Sackville, N. B., 
Nov. 29, 1878; p. 2d ch., Sackville, 1878-82; Annapolis, N. S., 
Feb. 1882— Aug. 1884; Hampton, N. B., Aug. 1884-86; St. 
George, 1886-89; Woodland, Cal., 1889-91; Nanaimo, B. C, 
1891-94; health failed; w. c. Innisfail, Alta., Can., 1894-1904 
d. Innisfail, Feb. 12, 1904. D. D., Natl. U., Chicago, 111., 1890. 

DANIEL FORD RICHARDSON HERRICK, b. Rumney, N. 
H., Jan. 10, 1852. D. C. 1873; N. T. I. 1875-78; ord. Troy, N. 
H., Mar. 18, 1879; p. Troy, 1878-79, 6 mos. in 1892; health 
failed in 1879; rep. N. H. leg., 1895, 1896; w. c. Troy, 1879—. 

NELSON BISHOP JONES, b. Prescott, Mass., Nov. 12, 1848. 
B. U. 1875; N. T. I. 1875-78; ord. Canton, July 10, 1879; p. 
Canton, June 1879— Sept. 1881; East Boston, Sept. 1881— Feb. 
1890; Reading, Dec. 1890— Dec. 1893; s. Franklin and other 
chs., 1894-95; p. Mattapan, 1896-99; s. various chs., 1900-04; 
p. 2d ch., Cambridge, 1904-05; act. p. and s. various chs., 1906 — ; 
ad. 40 Birch St., Roslindale. 

CHARLES HOLMES MARTELL, b. Sydney, C. B.,Dec.4, 
1847. Ac. C. 1875; N. T. I. 1875-78; ord. Onslow, N. S., Sept. 



1878] STUDENTS 149 

11, 1878; p. Onslow, June 1878— Apr. 1888; Fairville, N. B., fc 

Apr. 1888— June 1894; Canard, N. S., June 1894- May 1901; 
Great Village, May 1901— Dec. 1903; Pleasant Valley, Jan. 
1904— Dec. 1905; Clementsvale, Jan. 1906— Oct. 1908; Ohio, 
Yarmouth Co., Oct. 1908-10; Little River, Jan. 1911—. 

GEORGE LAMARTINE MASON, b. Sunbury, O., June 28, 
1848. D. U. 1875; N. T. I. 1875-78; ord. Fall River, July 7, 
1877; p. 3d ch.. Fall River, July 1877— June 1880; miss. A. B. 
M. U., Ningpo, China, Dec. 1880— Oct. 1884; Shaohing, Nov. 
1884— Nov. 1886; Hangchow, Nov. 1886— Mar. 1888; Huchau, 
Mar. 1888— Jan. 1899; min. in Christ. Catholic Ch., Chicago, 
111., Cincinnati, O., and New York, N. Y., June 1899— Aug. 
1906; reentered Bapt. min., Nov. 1906; p. Westminster, Mass., 
Mar. 1908— July 1909; w. c. Watertown, Sept. 1909— May 
1911; p. Free Bapt. ch., Squam Bridge, Holdemess, N. H., 
June 1911 — ; author, Clio Club Papers, 1888; Captive Cathay, 
1892; ad. Holderness. 

GEORGE CARTER PECK, b. Mason City, 111., Jan. 3, 1849, 
S. C. 1875; N. T. I. 1875-78; ord. Strawberry Point, la., Feb. 
19, 1879; p. Strawberry Point, Nov. 1878— Oct. 1879; Mason 
City, 111., Oct. 1879— May 1886; Winterset, la.. May 1886— Oct. 
1891; Omaha, Neb., Oct. 1891— Sept. 1893; Indianola, la., 
Sept. 1893— May 1899; Bella, Mar. 1900— Apr. 1905; Rosedale, 
Kans., Apr. 1905 — . 

EDWARD ANDREW READ, b. Norton, Mass., Apr. 27, 
1852. C. U. 1875; N. T. I. 1875-78; ord. Readsboro, Vt., May 
14, 1879; p. Readsboro, Jan. 1879— Apr. 1881; Needham, 
Mass., 1881— June 1883; Clermontville, O., 1883; tea. Gr., 
Clermont A., 1883-87; p. Amelia, June 1887— June 1889; 
Wauseon, July 1889— Dec. 1892; Wooster, Feb. 1893— Oct. 
1896; 3d St. ch., Dayton, O., Aug. 1897— June 1900; Martins 
Ferry, O., Nov. 1900— Sept. 1906; field sec. B. Y. P. U. of 
Ohio, Sept. 1906— July 1907, gen. sec, July 1907— Sept. 
1909; gen. sec. y. p. dept., O. Bapt. Conv., Oct. 1909— Dec. 
1910; field sec. B. Y. P. U. of America, Jan.— June, 1911; 
ad. Granville, O. D. D., O. Northern U., 1910. 

SAMUEL AUSTIN READ, b. Scituate, R. I., Sept. 19, 1850, 
C. U. 1875; N. T. I. 1875-78; ord. North Stratford, N. H., Oct. 
9, 1878; p. North Stratford, July 1878-80; act. p. West Brattle- 
boro, Vt., 1880-81; p. Burke, N. Y., and Chateaugay, Mar. 
1882-83; Passumpsic, Vt., Apr. 1883— Nov. 1885; Fiskdale, 
Mass., Nov. 1885— Nov. 1889; Agawam, Nov. 1889— Mar. 
1899; miss, work, Springfield, Apr. 1899— July 1900; p. 
Carlisle Chapel, Springfield, July 1900— Sept. 1910; occ. s., 
Sept. 1910—; ad. 68 Oak Grove Ave., Springfield, Mass. 



150 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1878 

CHARLES ABRAHAM REESE, b. Delavan, 111., Aug. 16, 
1852. B U. 1875; N. T. I. 1875-78; ord. Boston, June 20, 1878; 
p. Dearborn St. ch., Boston, 1878— Aug. 1883; Rutland, Vt., 
Sept. 1883-90; Cent, ch., Minneapolis, Minn., 1890-95; 1st ch., 
Lawrence, Mass., Nov. 1895-96; fin. sec. N. T. I., Jan. 1897- 
1904, gen. sec, 1904-06, gen. sec. and asst. treas., Apr. 1906— 
Oct. 1907; grad. stud. Bost. U., Oct. 1907— Apr. 1908; p. 
Milford, N. H., Apr. 1908—. 

*HENRY AARON ROGERS, b. Penfield, O., June 29, 1844. 
D. U. 1870; Y. D. S. 1873-74; N. T. I. 1876-78; ord. Mont- 
pelier, Vt., Nov. 5, 1878; p. Montpelier, Oct. 1878— Dec. 1882; 
Main St. ch., Worcester, Mass., Jan. 1883— Oct. 1886; South 
ch., Worcester, Oct. 1886— Dec. 1889; Forest Ave. ch., Des 
Moines, la., Jan.— Oct., 1890; d. Des Moines, Oct. 15, 1890. 

JOHN CHURCH SPURR, b. Nictaux, N. S., Nov. 3, 1847. 
Ac. C. 1874; tea. Hort. A. 1874-75; N. T. I. 1875-78; ord. Cow 
Bay, now Port Morien, C. B., Feb. 1879; p. Cow Bay, Little 
Glace Bay, Mira, and Homeville chs., June 1878 — Sept. 1885; 
Cavendish, Fairview, and St. Peter's Road chs., P. E. I., Sept. 
1885— Oct. 1896; Alexandra, Hazelbrook, Uigg, and Belfast 
chs., Oct. 1896— June 1904; Falmouth, N. S., June 1904— 
Sept. 1908; Great Village, De Bert, and Acadia Mines chs., 
Oct. 1908—; ad. Great Village, Colchester Co. 

* JAMES NASH STUDLEY, b. Cohasset, Mass., Aug. 11, 
1845. N. T. I. 1875-78; ord. Mechanic Falls, Me., June 28, 
•1878; p. Mechanic Falls and New Gloucester, July 1878— Oct. 
1879; Lisbon Falls, Oct. 1879— Apr. 1881; Marshfield, Mass., 
May 1881-86; Amherst, N. H., Nov. 1886— Aug. 1889; Grafton, 
Mass., Sept. 1889— June 1891; Pittsfield, N. H., Aug. 1891-92; 
Deerfield Centre, Nov. 1893— May 1897; s. Pittsfield, p. June 
1898-1905; Ault, Colo., 1905-08; d. Ault, Jan. 6, 1908. 

*ROBERT FRANCIS TOLMAN, b. Dorchester, Mass., Dec. 
3, 1847. B. U. 1875; N. T. I. 1875-78; ord. Melrose, June 27, 
1878; p. Melrose, July 1878-86; South Gardner, 1886— July 
1892; d. Somerville, Nov. 21, 1892. 



* Albert Teele Dunn, b. Fairfax, Vt., May 6, 1850. M. U. 
1873; N. T. I. 1875-77; ord. East Poultney, Vt., July 30, 1873; 
p. East Poultney, Apr. 1873— Mar. 1874; West Haven, Apr. 
1874— Sept. 1875; West Harwich, Mass., Feb. 1877— Nov. 
1879; Stoughton St. ch., Boston, Dec. 1879— Oct. 1885; Free 
St. ch., Portland, Me., Nov. 1885— Oct. 1889; cor. sec. Me. 
Bapt. Miss. Conv., Nov. 1889— Apr. 1903; d. Water ville, Apr. 
2, 1903. D. D., Cent. U., 1889. 



1878] STUDENTS 151 

Moung Edwin, b. Way-ya, Kyoung, Bassein Dist., Burma, 
Aug. 5, 1849. Col. U. 1875; N. T. I. 1875-76; C. T. S. 1876-78; 
not ord.; law. and lay pr., Burma, 1881 — ; ad. Tharrawaddy, 
Burma. 

♦"William Bryant Kinney, b. Mattapoisett, Mass., Sept. 27, 
1847. Ord. Magog, P. O., Jan. 1869; N. T. I. 1875-77; d. 
Mattapoisett, Apr. S, 1878^ 

*David Webster, b. Milford, Mass.,. Mar. 18, 1851. C. U. 
1873; U. T. S. 1874-75; N. T. I. 1875-77; ord. Portland, Me., 
Sept. 12, 1877; miss. A. B. M. U., Maulmain, Burma, 1877— 
June 1883; Pohpan, Jan. 1883— Feb. 1885; Chung Mai, No. 
Siam, Feb. 1885— Mar. 1887; p. Woodstock, N. H., Nov. 1890— 
Aug. 1896; Lebanon, Me., May 1897-1901; Lyman, July 
1901— May 1903; West Rockport, Nov. 1903— Apr. 1904; d' 
West Rockport, Apr. 4, 1904. 



* James Israel De Wolfe, b. Greenwich, N. S., Sept. 11, 1846, 
Ac. C. 1874; N. T. L 1876-77; ord. Uigg, P. E. I., Dec. 4. 
1874; p. Alexandra, Uigg, and Belfast, Sept. 1874— June 1878; 
Milton, N. S., Sept. 1878— June 1882; Beaver River, Dec. 1882- 
87; Hampton, N. B.; d. Hampton, Jan. 15, 1889. 

Samuel Harvey Emery, b. Albanv, Vt., May 6, 1852. N. T. I. 
1876-77; ord. Seal Cove, Me., Sept. 5, 1877; p. Tremont and 
Mt. Desert, 1877-79; Bellows Falls, Vt., 1879-83; Calvary ch., 
Salem, Mass., 1883— Feb. 1888; Sanford, Me., May 1888— 
Aug. 1890; Warren, Sept. 1890— Dec. 1892; Saco, 1892-98; 
North Berwick, Aug. 1898-1903; Cong, ch., Stockbridge, 
Interlaken, Mass., Jan. 1906-11; Chatham, 1911—; author, 
Thoughts for the Thoughtful, 1897. 

John Harris Nichols, b. Lowell, Mass., Dec. 13, 1846. N. T. I. 
1876-77; ord. GoflFstown, N. H., July 25, 1877; p. Goffstown, 
1877— Apr. 1883; Pittsfield, May 1883— Mar. 1885; South Ber- 
wick, Me., Apr. 1885 — Mar. 1889; Derry Depot, now Derry, 
N. H., Dec. 1889— Apr. 1910; lect. for N. H. Anti-Saloon 
League and occ. s., 1910 — ; N. H. cor. The Watchmayi, 1894 — ; 
ad. Derry, N. H. 

♦Frederick Allen Vinal, b. West Camden, Me., Feb. 16, 1852. 
N. T. I. 1876-78; ord. Knox, Me., May 8, 1878; p. Knox, 
May— Oct., 1878; China, Oct. 1878-82; Tenants Harbor, 1882— 
Dec. 1885; North Vassalboro, 1886— Jan. 1890; Mt. Desert 
and Tremont, Apr.— Sept., 1890; Lisbon Falls, Sept. 1890— 
Aug. 1892; Belfast, N. Y., 1893-94; dist. miss. N. Y. State 
Conv., 1894-1901; p. Conklin Ave. ch., Binghamton, Apr. 
1901— Mar. 1902; d. Binghamton, Mar. 10, 1902. 26— *11 



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1879 

C. R. Brown, Class Secretary 

*AHBRAH, b. Ouathah, Burma, June 1850. B. U. 1876; N. 
T. I. 1876-79; Jef! Med. C. 1879-82; not ord.; lect. 1882-92; 
tea. art, New York, N. Y., 1892-1905; tea. mus., Amos, W. Va., 
1906-08; d. Fairmount, Sept. 3, 1908. 

CHARLES RUFUS BROWN, b. East Kingston, N. H., Feb. 
22, 1849. U. S. N. A. 1869; passed mid., U. S. Navy, 1869-70; 
ensign, 1870-71, master, 1871-75; H. U. 1877; N. T. I. 1874-75, 
1877-79; U. T. S. 1878-79; U. Berlin, 1879-80; U. Leipzig, 
1880-81; ord. Franklin Falls, N. H., Dec. 30, 1881; p. Franklin 
Falls, Dec. 1881— June 1883; assoc. prof. Bib. Interp., O. T., 
N. T. I., 1883-86, prof. Heb. and Cog. Lang., 1886—; act. p. 
Main St. ch., Worcester, Oct. 1886— June 1887; prof. Heb. 
and Cog. Lang., U. Chic, sum. quarter, 1897; act. prof. Heb, 
and O. T. Exeg., Bost. U. Sch. Theol., Nov. 1905— June 1906; 
spec. ed. Bib. Stud. L'n. Lessons at several periods, 1892-1908; 
dir. Am. Sch. of Oriental Research in Jerusalem, Oct. 1910 — 
May, 1911; author. An Aramaic Method, Part I, 1884, 1893, 
Part II, 1886; Commentary on Jeremiah (Am. Comm.), 1907; 
Ph. D., C. U., 1887; D. D., Colg. U., 1892. 

HORACE FRANKLIN BROWN, b. Hopkinton, N. H., Aug. 
20, 1850. B. U. 1876; N. T. I. 1876-79; ord. Antrim, N. H., 
Oct. 1, 1879; p. Antrim, 1879— Nov. 1884; Rumney, Dec. 
1884— Mar. 1887; Athol, Mass., Sept. 1887— Feb. 1893; East 
Greenwich, R. I., Mar. 1893— Nov. 1896; Phenix, Nov. 1897— 
Mar. 1906; New Boston, N. H., Apr. 1906— Aug. 1910; Meri- 
den, Sept. 1910—. 

EDWIN JULIUS BROWNSON, b. Afton, N. Y.,Nov. 17, 
1852. M. U. 1875; N. T. I. 1876-79; ord. Masonville, N. Y., 
Aug. 5, 1879; p. Yankton, Dak. Ter., Sept. 1879— Mar. 1881; 
Quincy, Mich., Apr. 1881 — July 1882; Napoleon and Brooklyn, 
Aug. 1882-84; Brainerd, Minn., Oct. 1884— Sept. 1889; West 
Duluth, Oct. 1889— Sept. 1893; grad. stud. U. Chic. 1893-94; 
p. Sand Beach, Mich., Jan. 1895— Mar. 1896; Warsaw, Ind., 
Mar. 1896— July 1898; Belleville, 111., July 1898— Mar. 1904; 
Centralia, Mar. 1904— Sept. 1908; Boone, la., Sept. 1908— 
July 1910; dist. supt. Anti-Saloon League of Iowa, July 
1910—; ad. Cedar Rapids, la. 

WILLIAM ALBERT FARREN, b. Somerville, Mass., Jan. 
30, 1852. B. U. 1875; N. T. I. 1876-79; ord. North Billerica, 
Sept. 24, 1879; p. North Billerica, Aug. 1879— June 1888; 
post-grad. N. T. I. 1888-89; p. New London, N. H., Mar. 1889— 
Mar. 1899; North A ttleboro, Mass., Apr. 1899—. 



1879] STUDENTS 153 

WILLIAM E FEEMAN, b. Wooster, O., Oct. 9, 1S46. 
Priv. Co. B, 186th O. vol. inf., Jan. 1864— Sept. 1865; D. U. 
1870-73; U. W. 1874; N. T. I. 1876-79; ord. Ashtabula, O., 
May 12, 1880; p. Ashtabula, Apr. 1880— May 1883; Sharps- 
ville, Pa., June 1883— Mar. 1885; Ashtabula, O., July 1885— 
Sept. 1889; Lima, Sept. 1889-94; Marquette, Mich., Nov. 
1894— Nov. 1896; Hudson, Mass., Jan. 1897— Sept. 1898; w. 
c. Columbus, O., Oct. 1898-1900; Lima, 1900-03; Wooster, 
1903—; may., Wooster, 1909. 

GEORGE EDWIN HORR, b. Boston, Mass., Jan. 19, 1856. 
B. U. 1876; U. T. S. 1876-77; N. T. I. 1877-79; ord. Tarry- 
town, N. Y., Dec. 2, 1879; p. Tarrytown, Oct. 1879— Apr. 1884; 
Charlestown, Mass., Apr. 1884— July 1891; ed. The Watchman, 
July 1891— Jan. 1904; prof. Hist. Mod. Christianity, N. T. I., 
1904-06, prof. Ch. Hist., 1906—, pres., 1908—; author. Hid 
in the Heart, 1903; The Training of the Chosen People, 1908; 
The Great Ministry, 1910; many addresses; cont. to many 
publications. D. D., B. U., 1896. 

*HORACE HOLMES HUNT, b. East Clarence, N. Y., May 
10, 1852. U. R. 1876; R. T. S. 1876-78; N. T. I. 1878-79; ord. 
Amenia, N. Y., Aug. 28, 1879; p. Araenia, 1879— Nov. 1885; 
Fairport, Dec. 1885-97; d. Fairport, June 23, 1897. 

MILLARD FILLMORE JOHNSON, b. Springfield, N. H., 
Oct. 27, 1850. B. U. 1876; N. T. I. 1876-79; ord. Foxboro, 
Sept. 25, 1879; p. Foxboro, 1879— Feb. 1889; Cent, ch., 
Middleboro, Feb. 1889— Aug. 1898; Medford, Sept. 1898— 
Oct. 1900; 1st ch., Nashua, N. H., Nov. 1900— Nov. 1908; 
Bethany ch., Boston, Mass., Dec. 1908—; ad. 39 Woodbine 
St., Boston. 

EDMUND FRANKLIN MERRIAM, b. Winthrop, Me., Jan. 
26, 1847. C. U. 1868; in bus.. New York, N. Y., 1868-76; 
N. T. I. 1876-79; ord. Livermore Falls, Me., July 30, 1879; p. 
Livermore Falls, July 1879— Aug. 1880; ed. The Baptist 
Missionary Magazine, 1880-1901; cor. sec. A. B. M. U., 1892- 
93, ed. sec. 1893-1901; ed. The Watchman, 1901—; author, 
American Baptist Missionary Union and its Missions, 1897; 
A History of American Baptist Missions, 1900; res. Sharon, 
Mass. D. D., C. U., 1902. 

*RICHARD MONTAGUE, b. Westboro, Mass., July 4, 1853. 
H. U. 1875; priv. tea. Cambridge, 1875-76; H. U. D. S. 
1876-77; N. T. I. 1877-79; ord. Lawrence, Oct. 3, 1879; p. 
1st ch., Lawrence, 1879 — Sept. 1881; Cent, ch.. Providence, 
R. I., Sept. 1881— Mar. 1887; Colorado Springs, Colo., July 



154 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1879 

1887— Oct. 1893; Newton Centre, Mass., Nov. 1893-95; d. 
Newton Centre, July 24, 1895. D. D., Colo. State U., 1891. 

JOSEPH DIMOCK SKINNER, b. Cornwallis, N. S., Sept. 19, 
1846. Ac. C. 1870-71, 1873-75; ord. Beaver River, N. S., Apr. 
26, 1875; p. Beaver River, 1875-76; N. T. I. 1876-79; p. Hamp- 
ton, N. B., 1880-81; Lower Granville, N. S., 1881-82; Arcadia 
and Central Chebogue, Feb. 1882— Nov. 1888; Point De Bute, 
N. B., Dec. 1888-91; Wilmington, Vt., 1891— May 1893; Put- 
ney, July 1893— June 1894; Passumpsic, July 1894— J vdy 
1898; w. c. Yarmouth, N. S., Aug. 1898—. 

ALBION WOODBURY SMALL, b. Buckfield, Me., May 11 
1854. C. U. 1876; N. T. I. 1876-79; U. Berlin, 1879-80; U 
Leipzig, 1880-81; prof. Hist, and Polit. Econ., C. U., 1881-89 
read, in Hist., J. H. U., 1888-89; pres. and prof. Mor. and Intel 
Phil., C. U., 1889-92; head prof. Sociol., U. Chic," 1892—, 
author. General Sociology, 1905; Adam Smith and Modern 
Sociology, 1907; Tlie Cameralists, the Pioneers of German 
Social Polity, 1909; The Meaning of Social Science, 1910; ed. 
American Journal of Sociology, 1895 — . Ph. D., J. H U 
1889; LL. D., Cy. C, 1900. 

*GEORGE WILLIAM THOMAS, b. Upper Canard, N. S., 
Oct. 11, 1851. Ac. C. 1873; ord. Cape Canso, May 11, 1874; p. 
Cape Canso, 1874-76; N. T. I. 1876-79; p. Roslindale, 1879-81; 
d. Upper Canard, N. S., Oct. 21, 1882. 

ELMER BERNARD TUCKER, b. Canton, Mass., Aug. 20, 
1850. U. Kans. 1876; N. T. I. 1876-79; ord. Hutchinson, 
Kans., Dec. 30, 1879; p. Hutchinson, Nov. 1879— Dec. 1881;. 
Minneapolis, Feb. 1882— Feb. 1883; Antioch ch., Ada, Apr. 
1883— Apr. 1891; Silver Lake, June 1891-92; Sabetha, Sept. 
1892— ^ept. 1893; Greenfield, la., Nov. 1893— Nov. 1894; 
Sheffield, Dec. 1894— Sept. 1895; Jacksonville, Apr. 1896— 
Sept. 1897; Kirkman, Feb. 1898— Feb. 1900; in bus.. Kirk- 
man, Mar. 1900—. 

*THEODORE FRELINGHUYSEN WHITE, b. Columbia, 
Me., Apr. 1, 1846; ord. Stetson, Mar. 1872; p. Stetson, 1872-75; 
C. U. 1874; N. T. I. 1875-77, 1878-79; p. Ellsworth, Me., 1878— 
May 1883; Bath, May 1883— June 1894; Bar Harbor, July 
1894— Dec. 1898; p. el. Warren; d. Brunswick, Jan. 23, 1899. 

ANSLEY EZRA WOODSUM, b. West Peru, Me., Apr. 2, 
1849. C. U. 1876; N. T. I. 1876-79; ord. Milford, Sept. 19, 
1879; p. Milford, Sept. 1879— Mar. 1882; Rockland, Apr. 
1882— Apr. 1887; Milford, N. H., Apr. 1887- Feb. 1890; Cary 



1879] STUDENTS 155 

Ave. ch., Chelsea, Mass., Mar. 1890 — Mar. 1892; Lexington, 
Apr. 1892— Mar. 1895; Exeter, N. H., Apr. 1895—. 



* Andrew Jackson Cotney, b. Longmeadow, Mass., Oct. 30 
1845. N. T. I. 1876-77; act. p. Danbury, Conn., 1877-78 
ord. Marietta, Neb., May 26, 1880; p. Marietta, 1879-80 
Aurora, 1880-81; ev. Neb. 1881-82; Danbury, Conn., 1882-83 
city miss., Bridgeport, 1883; p. New Milford, 1884— aut. 1887 
w. c. Stamford, 1888-90; Danbury, 1890-93; d. Danbury, Aug. 
13, 1893. 

Pane Koliu Gospodinoff, b. Eski Zagra, East Roumelia, 
Turkey, June 22, 1847. Philippopolis Miss. Sch., Cong., 1868; 
N. T. I. parts of 1876-80; ord. Bowdoin Sq. ch., Boston, Jan. 
12, 1880; pr. Eski Zagra, Turkey, 1880, jud. of civ. ct. 1880-85, 
law. 1886 — ; has res. in other places; ? ? 

James Lewis Smith, b. Jamestown, O., Nov. 16, 1852. D. U. 
1876; N. T. I. 1876-78; ord. Turner's Comer, Me., Aug. 15, 
1878; p. Turner's Comer, 1878-79; Greenfield, O., 1879-85; 
Zanesville, 1886-90; Greenfield, 1890-92; Columbus, 1892-95; 
Spokane, Wash., 1895-97; Tacoma, 1897-1905; Long Beach, 
Cal., 1905-10; Tremont ch., Pasadena, 1910 — ; author. Four 
Sermons on the Second Coming of Christ, 1886; Five Baptist 
Principles Vindicated, 1887; Wells without Water, 1894; Bible 
Sanctification, 1897; The Kingdom of Heaven, 1909. D. D., 
Coif. C, 1897. 

*Adoniram Judson Stevens, b. South Rawdon, N. S., Dec. 26, 
1848; Ac. C. 1875; ord. Kentville, Oct. 13, 1875; p. KentviUe, 
1875-76; N. T. I. 1876-78; p. Fredericton, N. B., June 1878— 
Mar. 1880; d. Fredericton, Mar. 15, 1880. 

Jttdson Benjamin Thomas, b. Edwardsburg, Mich., Aug. 12, 
1854. S. C; B. U. 1876; N. T. I. 1876-77; B. U. T. S. 1878- 
80; ord. Dubuque, la., Sept. 30, 1880; p. Dubuque, 1880— Sept. 
1889; 1st ch., Topeka, Kans., Oct. 1889— Oct. 1895; dist. sec. 
A. B. H. M. S., for 111. and Wis., Oct. 1895— Sept. 1909; p. 
Austin ch., Chicago, 111., Oct. 1909—; ad. 600 North Pine Ave., 
Chicago. D. D., S. C, 1899. 



Charles Thomas Holt, b. Petersham, Mass., Aug. 1, 1845. 
N. T. I. 1877-79; ord. Manchester, Aug. 7, 1879; p. Manchester, 
1879— Aug. 1881; East Brookfield, Dec. 1881— Aug. 1891; 
health failed; insur. bus., Apr. 1892— Dec. 1906; memb. Mass. 
leg., Jan. 1907—; s. s. Wales, Oct. 1909—; ad. 153 Fort 
Pleasant Ave., Springfield. 23 — *7 



156 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1880 

1880 

T. E. BartlETT, Class Secretary 

*ASAHEL BILL BANKS, b. Wilmot, N. S., Tune 5, 1849. 
W. A. 1873-77; N. T. L 1877-80; ord. Somerville, June 22, 
1880; p. Cheyenne, Wyo., 1880-83; Walla Walla, Wash., 1883- 
85; gen. miss. West. Wash, and B. C, 1885-88; p. 1st ch., 
Tacoma, Wash., 1888-91; fin. sec. Grace S., 1891-93; p. 
Everett. 1893-95; 1st ch., Sacramento, Cal., Sept. 1895-1903; 
d. San Francisco, Oct. 12, 1903. D. D., Coif. C, 1890. 

THOMAS ELLIOTT BARTLETT, b. Newburyport, Mass., 
Sept. 20, 1853. B. U. 1877; N. T. I. 1877-80; ord. Providence, 
R. I., Sept. 28, 1880; p. South ch.. Providence, Aug. 1880— Dec. 
1901; Pawtuxet, Jan. 1902— Dec. 1910; spec. agt. R. I. Bapf 
Con v., Apr. 1911 — ; author. The English Bible in American 
Eloquence; Was there a Second Isaiah? 

WILTON RUFUS BOONE, b. Baltimore, Md., Aug. 22, 1856. 
N. T. I. 1877-80; ord. Halifax, N. S., July 15, 1880; p. Halifax, 
June 1880— June 1881; Cincinnati, 0., Sept. 1881-82; Spring- 
field, 1882-89; Kansas City, Kans., 1889-91; gen. miss. A. B. 
H. M. S., Okl. Ter., 1891-98; p. 3d ch., Springfield, Mass., Jan. 
1898-1900; Bethesda ch., Chicago, 111., 1900-03; pr., writer, 
and lect., 1903—; ad. 6640 Evans Ave., Chicago, 111. D. D., 
U. Ky., 1891. 

*JOHN FREDERICK BURDITT, b. Saffron- Walden, Eng., 
Mar. 15, 1851. U. N. B. 1877; N. T. I. 1877-80; ord. Kingston, 
Sept. 2, 1880; p. Kingston, 1880-81; miss. A. B. M. U., Ongole, 
India, 1881-82; Nellore, Mar. 1882-84; Udavagiri, Oct. 1884— 
Aug. 1894; d. Bangalore, Aug. 4, 1894. 

FRANK GEORGE DAVIS, b. Shirley, Mass., Dec. 8, 1852. 
N. T. I. 1877-80; ord. Yarmouth, Me., July 2, 1880; p. Yar- 
mouth, 1880— Oct. 1882; Springvale, 1883— Oct. 1889; out of 
health, 1882-83, 1889-90; prof. Jackson C, Jackson, Miss., 
1890-93; tea. Springvale, Me., 1893-1900; p. Norridgewock, 
Apr. 1901— July 1907; prof, theol. dept. and C, Leland U., 
New Orleans, La., Jan. 1907 — May 1911; prof, theol. dept. and 
C, Bishop C, Marshall, Tex., Oct. 1911—. B. D., N. T. I., 1909. 

*GEORGE ANDREW HERTZOG, b. Smithfield, Pa., Dec. 
27, 1852. Cent. U. 1877; N. T. I. 1877-80; ord. Fairfield, la., 
Oct. 19, 1880; p. Fairfield. Sept. 1880— Nov. 1882; Creston, 
Nov. 1882— Feb. 1884; Laramie, Wyo. Ter., Oct. 1884— Jan. 
1888; Grand Island, Cal., Feb. 1888— Feb. 1890; pr. Laramie, 
Wyo., 1890-1909; act. p. Laramie, several times; memb. of Wyo. 
leg., 6 yrs.; held various city ofi".; d. Laramie, Dec. 13, 1909. 



1880J STUDENTS 157 

EBENEZER WARREN HUNT, b. East Clarence, N. Y., 
May 3, 1851. U. R. 1873; prin. Un. Sch., Rushville, N. Y., 
1873-74; prac. law, Syracuse, 1874-77; R. T. S. 1877-78; N. 
T. I. 1878-80; ord. Fall River, Sept. 21, 1880; p. 2d ch., Fall 
River, 1880-82; Fairfield la., 1883-85; prof. Rhet. and Eloc, 
State U., Lincoln, Neb., Jan. 1887-92; far. Syracuse, 1892—. 

ELIAS WILLIAM KELLY, b. Collina, N. B., Apr. 17, 1854. 
Ac. C. 1876; ord. Windsor, N. S., July 23, 1876; p. Windsor, 
June 1876— Aug. 1877; N. T. I. 1877-80; p. St. John, N. B., 
June 1880— Aug. 1882; miss. A. B. M. U., Maulmain, Burma, 
1882-86; Mandalay, 1886-93; Rangoon, 1893-98; Mandalay, 
1898—. 

FRANK GRESSINGER McFARLAN, b. Hamilton, O., 
Nov. 15, 1855. U. Cin. 1877; N. T. I. 1877-80; post-grad. 
Bost. U., 1880-82; ord. Columbus, O., Apr. 3, 1883; p. Russel 
St. ch., Columbus, 1883-87; Burlington, Vt., 1887— May 1891; 
Hamilton, O., Dec. 1891-96; Mansfield, 1896-1901; Westwood, 
Cincinnati, 1901-06; Terrace Park, Cincinnati, 1906—; lect. 
on Bib. Lit., U. Cin.; author, History of Organ; The Family; 
Stable and Unstable in Religion and in Philosophy; Scripture 
Law of Tithe and Land Tenure; ad. 726 West 9th St., Cin- 
cinnati, O. Ph. D.,U. Cin., 1905; S. T. D., Wes. U., 1902. 

PETER STEWART [formerly STUART] MacGREGOR, b. 
South River Lake, N. S., May 14, 1852. Ac. C; ord Newport, 
N. S., Mar. 22, 1876; p. Newport, 1876-77; N. T. I. 1877-80; 
p. Tusket, N. S., June 1880— Sept. 1882; New Glasgow, Oct. 
1882— Oct. 1886; gen. miss., Mar. Prov., 1886— Oct. 1888; p. 
Hantsport, N. S., 1888— Oct. 1895; ev. New England Ev. 
Assoc, 1895— Sept. 1896; p. Ohio, N. S., 1896— May. 1898; 
gen. miss., Halifax Co. and City, May 1898-99; p. Westport, 
Sept. 1899-1901; Oxford, Nov. 1901— Mar. 1905; Lower 
Aylesford, Mar. 1905— Sept. 1909; ev. for N. S., Sept. 1909—; 
ad. Wolfville, N. S. 

EDWARD DOR AN MASON, b. Passumpsic, Vt., Dec. 26, 

1846. D. C. 1872; N. T. I. 1876-78; 1879-80; ord. Passumpsic, 
Vt., Aug. 19, 1880; prof. Theol., Shaw U., Raleigh, N. C, 
1880-81; p. WestPawlet, Vt., 1881-83; Montpelier, 1883— Apr. 
1888; Winter Hill, Somerville, Mass., May 1888-91; Cottage 
City, 1892-94; Georgetown, 1895— May 1898; act. p. Passump- 
sic, Vt., sum. 1898—?; miss. Am. S. S. Un., Boston, Mass., 
1901 — ; ad. 36 Dana St., Cambridge. 

r *RICHARD SAMUEL MITCHELL, b. Boston, Mass., Apr. 9, 
1852. W. A. 1874-77; N. T. I. 1877-80; ord. Lake Village, now 
Lakeport, N. H., July 14, 1880; act. p. Lake Village, 1880-83; 



158 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1880 

p. Townshend, Vt., 1883— July 1887; East Jaffrey, N. H., Aug. 
1887— Sept. 1889; East Longmeadow, Mass., 1891-95; Fiskdale 
1897-99; Barre, Apr. 1901— Dec. 1908; d. Melrose, Apr. 16, 
1909. 

WILLIAM ALMOR SPINNEY, b. Nictaux, N. S., June 12, 
1852. M. U. 1877; N. T. I. 1877-80; ord. North Scituate, Mar. 
25, 1880; p. North Scituate, Apr. 1880— Sept. 1882; 1st ch., 
Duluth, Mirni., Oct. 1882— Sept. 1884; 1st ch., Owatonna, Oct. 
1884— Oct. 1888; Elyria, O., Oct. 1888— May 1892; East End ch., 
Cleveland, May 1892— Sept. 1896; 1st ch., Beloit, Wis., Dec. 
1896— Dec. 1898; South ch., Milwaukee, Dec. 1898— Dec. 
1902; pastev., N. J., Dec. 1902— Apr. 1904; p. Istch., Walling- 
ford, Conn., Mar. 1904— Jan. 1910; Belmont Ave. ch., Phila- 
delphia, Pa., Nov. 1910 — ; cor. rel. papers; ad. 4124 Girard 
Ave., Philadelphia. 

FRANK LOUIS SULLIVAN, b. Wakefield, Mass., Mar. 3, 

1854. B. U. 1877; N. T. I. 1877-80; ord. Wakefield, June 26, 
1880; p. Holliston, July 1880— June 1882; Morehead, Minn., 
June 1882— Dec. 1883; Fergus Falls, Jan. 1884— June 1888; 
2d ch., Santa Cruz, Cal., July 1888— Mar. 1889; Los Gatos, 
Apr. 1889— Sept. 1890; field ed. Baptist Vanguard, Seattle, 
Wash., Jan. — June, 1891, Pacific Baptist, Portland, Ore., 
June 1891— Dec. 1901; field rep. The Watchman, Jan. 1902—; 
ad. 525 Tremont Temple, Boston, Mass. 

WILLIS FRYE THOMAS, b. Henzada, Burma, Sept. 10, 

1855. B. U. 1877; N. T. I. 1877-80, ord. Winthrop, June 23, 
1880; p. Winthrop 2 mos.; miss. A. B. M. U., Henzada, Burma, 
1880-88; Sandoway, 1888-93; prof. Bapt. Theol. S., Insein, 
1893—. D. D., B. U., 1908. 



Leonard Woolsey Cronkhite, b. Sandy Hill, N. Y., Feb. 15, 
1856. M. U. 1877; N. T.I. 1877-78 ;M.U.T. S. 1878-79, 1880-81; 
asst. p. Greenwich, N. Y., 1879-80; ord. Sandy Hill, Sept. 13, 
1881; miss. A. B. M. U. Bhamo, Burma, Jan. 1882— Dec. 
1883; Bassein, Jan. 1884—. D. D., Colg. U., 1904. 

*AIexander Estabrooks, b. Canning, N. B., Nov. 29, 1830. 
Ord. Tobique, N. B., July 19, 1864; U. N. B. 1872; N.T.I. 
1873-75, 1879-80; miss. A. B .M. U., Maulmain, Burma, 1875- 
79; pr., res. St. John, N. B., 1880-93; d. St. John, Sept. 18, 
1893. 

"William Henry Robinson, b. Kingston, N. S., July 29, 1854. 
Ac. C. 1876; N. T. I. 1877-78; instr. Hort. A., 1878-79; H. U. 
1881; ord. Hawkesbury, N. S., July 5, 1882; p. Hawkesbury, 
Feb. 1882— Nov. 1883; Canning, Nov. 1883— Feb. 1886; gen. 



1881] STUDENTS 159 

sec. Y. M. C. A., Riverside, Cal., 1887-89; p. Beaver River, N. 
S., and Maitland, Dec. 1889— Dec. 1892; Summerside, P. E. I., 
Dec. 1894— Dec. 1897; Antigonish, N. S., Dec. 1897— June 
1903; health failed; trav. sec. Mar. Bapt. Publ. Co., 3 yrs.; 
p. Point de Bute, N. B., Oct. 1910—. 

Charles Coffin Tilley, b. Sidney, Me., Jan. 12, 1850. C. U. 
1876; N. T. I. 1877-79; ord. Nobleboro, Me., Oct. 18, 1876; p. 
Nobleboro, Aug. 1876— Aug. 1877, July 1882— July 1884; 
Fairfield, Oct. 1879— Sept. 1881; South St. George, Sept. 
1881— July 1882; Dover and Foxcroft, July 1884— Mar. 1886; 
Lewiston, Mar. 1886— Mar. 1891 ; Bridgeton, N. J., Mar. 1891— 
Apr. 1898; Hyde Park, Mass., Apr. 1898— Apr. 1905; Matta- 
pan, Apr. 1905— Feb. 1910; Damariscotta, Me., Feb. 1910—. 



Aaron K Sargent, b. Good Hope, O., Apr. 24, 1851. D. U. 
1872-74; N. T. I. 1878-79; ord. Nicholsville, O., Mar. 9, 1876; 
p. Lindale, Nicholsville, and New Richmond, Sept. 1875 — Aug. 
1881; Wilmington, Sept. 1881— Aug. 1887; Jonah's Run ch., 
Harveysbiu-g, Sept. 1887 — Jan. 1912; ad. Harveysburg, O. 

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C. S. Scott, Class Secretary 

*FRANCIS SARGENT BICKFORD, b. Warren, Me., Oct. 1, 
1850. N. T. I. 1878-81; ord. West Townsend, July 7, 1881; p. 
West Townsend, July 1881— Mar. 1884; Sanford, Me., 1884— 
Mar. 1888; Lamoine, Apr. 1888— Sept. 1891; Norway, 1892- 
93; 2d ch., Sanbomton, N. H., July 1893— Dec. 1895; South 
Newfane, Vt., May 1896— Dec. 1901; d. South Newfane, Dec. 
22, 1901. 

NEWTON BRUMBACK, b. Jacksontown, O., Mar. 10, 1854. 
• D. U. 1878; N. T. I. 1878-81; s. Iowa City, la., 1881; M. D., 
U. la., 1883; phys. Grinnell, 1883-84; Beatrice, Neb., 1884-97; 
Colorado Springs, Colo., 1897 — . 

EDWIN JOHN COLCORD, b. Parsonfield, Me., July 28, 
1849. C. U. 1875; tea. Beverly, Mass., 1876-78; N. T. I. 1878- 
81; ord. Amherst, N. H., Sept. 8, 1881; p. Amherst, 1881— Dec. 
1882; tea. Lat., Gr., and Hist., Vt. A., Mar. 1883-89; prof. Gr., 
Lat., and Math., Benedict C, Columbia, S. C, 1889-90; tea. 
Lang., Hist., and Eng. Lit., North Granville, N. Y., and Rutland 
Vt, 1890-91; prin. Del. Inst., 1891-92; prin. Rutland High 
Sch., 1892-95; prof. Hist., State C, Pa., 1895-97; tea. Hist, 
and Eng., Newark High Sch., Newark, N. J., 1897-1901; 
HefHey Sch., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1901-08; priv. sch., Brooklyn, 



160 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1881 

1908-09; Charles Sch., Brooklyn, 1909-11; prin. and prop. 
StuyvesantSch., Brooklyn, 1911—; ad. 481 Halsey St., Brook- 
lyn. 

*HENRY KOSSUTH COOPER, b. Dayton, O., Dec. G, 1851. 
D. U. 1878; N. T. I. 1878-81; ord. Steubenville, O., Dec. 1882; 
p. Steubenville, Sept. 1882— Sept. 1883; d. Steubenville, Sept. 
8, 1883. 

JOHN HOSMER COX, b. Freedom, N. H., Dec. 3, 1849. C. 
U. 1875; N. T. I. 1875-77, 1880-81; ord. Camden, Me., Jan. 28, 
1878; p. Camden, 1878— Aug. 1880; Athol, Mass., Apr. 1881— 
May 1887; in bus. 1887-92; p. Merrimac, Mass., Feb. 1892-95; 
Lexington, Jan. 1895— July 1901; West Harwich, Mar. 1902— 
Jan. 1907; West Townsend, May 1907— Mar. 1910; ad. 156 
Talbot Ave., Dorchester. 

^FREDERIC DE MILLE CRAWLEY, b. Maulmain, Bur- 
ma, Aug. 16, 1854. Ac. C. 1876; ord. Pleasantville, N. S., Oct. 

22, 1876; p. Pleasantville, June 1876— June 1877; Sydney, C. 
B., June 1877— Sept. 1878; N. T. I. 1878-81; p. Fredericton, 
N. B., June 1881— Oct. 1893; Sch. of Expr., Boston, Mass., 
1893-94; p. White Plains, N. Y., Nov. 1894— Aug. 1895; Eng. 
Bapt. ch., Maulmain, Burma, Nov. 1895— Mar. 1908; d. 
London, Eng., Aug. 28, 1909. 

ALBERT NELSON DARY, b. Attleboro, Mass., Feb. 10, 
1852. B. U. 1878; N. T. I. 1878-81; ord. Everett, Aug. 4, 
1881; p. Everett, Aug. 1881— Oct. 1883; health failed; p. 
Dighton, Oct. 1885— Oct. 1888; Westbrook, Me., Nov. 1888— 
Nov. 1896; 1st ch., Skowhegan, Nov. 1896— Oct. 1898; San- 
ford, Oct. 1898— July 1900; health failed; tailoring bus., and 
occ. pr., Nashua, N. H., 1900—; ad. 31 Prescott St., Nashua. 

^CHARLES SPENCER DINKINS, b. Canton, Miss., Sept. 
15, 1856. R. W. U. 1877; N. T. I. 1878-81; ord. Louisville, 
Ky., Jan. 21, 1883; p. Calvary ch., Louisville, 1883— Sept. 1885; 
instr. State U., Ky., 1881-85; instr. SelmaU.,Selma. Ala., 1885— 
88; p. 2d ch., Marion, Sept. 1887— May 1892; miss. A. B. P. S., 
June 1892— Sept. 1893; pres. Selma U., Oct. 1893-1901; d. 
Selma, Ala., Sept. 19, 1901. D. D., State U., Ky., 1890. 

*NEWELL HOUSTON ENSLEY, b. Nashville, Tenn., Aug. 

23, 1852. R. W. U. 1878; N. T. I. 1878-81; prof. Shaw U., 
Raleigh, N. C, 1881-82; prof. Alcorn C, Rodney, Miss., 1882- 
88; d. Denver, Colo., May 12, 1888. 

LAMARTINE ADELBERT HALL, b. Martin's Ferry, O., 
Aug. 26, 1851. D. U. 1878; N. T. I. 1878-81; ord. East 
Gloucester, Sept. 21, 1881; p. East Gloucester, 1881— Sept. 



1881] STUDENTS 161 

1884; Bloomington, 111., Sept. 1884— Sept. 1885; Mason City, 
la., 1885-90; Council Bluffs, Apr. 1890-93; Wichita, Kans., 
1893-96; s., res. Hyde Park, Chicago, 111., 1896—?; ad. in 1911, 
Wooster, O., R. F. D. 5. 

^CLAYTON EDWARD HIGGINS, b. Clymer, N. Y., Apr. 27, 

1853. State Norm. Sch., R. I.; N. T. I. 1878-81; ord. Allerton, 
la., Sept. 30, 1880; p. Allerton, June 1880— June 1882; Burling- 
ton, June 1882— July 1883; prof. Nat. Sci., Burlington C, 1882- 
83; p. Independence, July 1883— Aug. 1886; gen. agt. State 
Conv., Aug. 1886— May 1887; p. Sibley, Sept— Nov., 1887; 
d. Independence, Nov. 3, 1887. 

JAMES ALBERT KNOWLTON, b. Danbury, N. H., June 27, 

1854. N. H. L. T. I. 1876; N. T. I. 1878-81; ord. Danbury, 
N. H., Aug. 10, 1881; p. Mohican, O., Aug. 1881— June 1883; 
North Fairfield, June 1883— July 1886; stud. Bu. U. 1886-87; p. 
Imlaystown, N. J., May 1888 — June 1891; Lebanon, Ind., June 
1891— July 1896; Washington, Dec. 1896— Nov. 1897; Frank- 
lin, Dec. 1897— Apr. 1899; South St. ch., Indianapolis, Apr. 
1899— June 1904; Nokomis, 111., Feb. 1905— Oct. 1906; Dun- 
kirk, Ind., Oct. 1906— June 1909; ev. Union Assoc, July 1909— 
Aug. 1910; p. Valparaiso, Ind., Aug. 1910 — ; author, Hameth, 
1891; Span of Sight, 1898; ad. 154 West Chicago St., Val- 
paraiso, Ind. A. M., Ewing C, 1907; Ph. D., Ewing C, 1908. 

FRANK RECTOR, b. Parkersburg, Va., July 20, 1851. D. 
U. 1878; N. T. I. 1878-81; ord. Newport, R. I., Sept. 6, 1881; p. 
2d ch., Newport, 1881— Oct. 1886; 1st ch., Fitchburg, Mass., 
Nov. 1886— Apr. 1900; Pawtucket, R. I., Apr. 1900—; ad. 
1 Brook St., Pawtucket. D. D., D. U., 1902. 

AARON WALLACE RUNYAN, b. Fillmore, Ind., Jan. 17, 
1849. D. U. 1878; N. T. I. 1878-81; ord. Hallowell, Me., Sept. 
21, 1881; p. Hallowell, 1881— Mar. 1883; Saco, 1883— Apr. 
1885; San Jose, Cal., June 1885— Dec. 1888; Hamilton Sq. ch., 
San Francisco, Feb. 1889-93; stud. U. Chic. 1893-94; p. Beloit, 
Wis., 1894-97; Normal Park, Chicago, 111., 1897— Apr. 1899; 
Crawfordsville, Ind., Apr. 1899— Dec. 1902; Detroit, Mich., 
Dec. 1902— Jan. 1904; State ev.. Wis. and Mich., Jan. 1904— 
Jan. 1906; ev. Jan.— May, 1906; supt. Cent. Bapt. Orphan- 
age, Maywood, 111., May 1906— May 1907; inv., ret., 1907—; 
ad. 5742 Jackson Ave., Chicago. 

*CHARLES HENRY SALSMAN, b. Country Harbor, N. S., 
Dec. 21, 1848. C. U. 1878; N. T. I. 1878-81; ord. Lebanon, 
O., Nov. 1, 1881; p. Lebanon, 1881-83; d. Lebanon, Feb. 7, 
1883. 



162 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1881 

CHARLES SEAVER SCOTT, b. Rochester, N. Y.. Feb. 15, 
1855. B. U. 1877; N. T. I. 1878-81; ord. Franklin, Ind., Nov. 
15, 1881; p. Franklin, Oct. 1881— Sept. 1885; Hackensack, 
N. J., Dec. 1885— Oct. 188G; Union Sq. ch., Somerville, Mass., 
Feb. 1887— June 1892; asst. ed. The Watchman, 1892-93; p. 
Marlboro, July 1893— Feb. 1896; Waverley, Oct. 1896— Oct. 
1899; in bus., Oct. 1899—; ad. 91 Lexington St., Waverley, 
Mass. 

GEORGE CALVIN TROW, b. Sunapee, N. H., Dec. 7, 1849. 
N. L. L. S. I. 1877; N. T. I. 1878-81; ord. Wilton, N. H., Feb. 
17, 1881; p. Wilton, Feb. 1881— July 1887; Plainfield, July 
1887— July 1909; w. c. Bradford, July 1909—. 

*DANIEL ARNOLD WADE, b. South Abington, now Whit- 
man, Mass., Sept. 10, 1856. B. U. 1878; N. T. I. 1878-81; ord. 
Bellingham, July 27, 1881; p. Bellingham, 1881— Sept. 1890; 
Norwood, Oct. 1891-93; w. c. Whitman; d. Brant Rock, Aug. 
26, 1894. 

FREEMAN TUPPER WHITMAN, b. Milton, N. S., Mar. 3, 
1849. B. U. 1878; N. T. I. 1878-81; ord. Newton Upper Falls, 
June 22, 1881; p. Newton Upper Falls, 1881-82; Brighton Ave. 
ch., Allston, Sept. 1883-90; Eng. Bapt. ch., Rangoon, Burma, 
Apr. 1890-94; s. Newton Upper Falls, Mass., 1895-96; p. South 
Framingham, 1896-1901; Valley Falls, R. I., 1903-10; w. c. 
Newton Centre, 1910-11; South Attleboro, Dec. 1911—. 

ALFRED BROWN WHITNEY, b. Boston, Mass., Sept. 14, 
1847. U. S. Army in civ. war, Dec. 1863— June 1865; B. U.; 
ord. Central City, Colo., Sept. 19, 1875; p. Greeley, Sept. 1875— 
Oct. 1876; gen. miss. A. B. H. M. S., S. W. Colo., 1876-77; 
s. Port Murray, N. J., 1878; N. T. L 1878-81; p. Tiffin, O., Jan. 
1882-83; North East, Pa., 1884-87; Elizabeth, May 1887— May 
1889; South St. ch., Indianapolis, Ind., June 1889— Aug. 1894; 
w. c. 1894-97; p. Fowlerville, Mich., Jan. 1897— Oct. 1898; 
Salem, O., Oct. 1898-1901; Kingsville, 1902-05; Morenci, Mich., 
1905-09; Garrett, Ind., 1909-11; Huntington, 1911—; cor. 
rel. papers; ad. 1239 North Jefferson St., Huntington, Ind. 

Thaddetis Guilford Cass, b. Decatur, N. Y., Nov. 17, 1850. 
M. U. 1878; N. T. I. 1878-80; ord. Maplewood,'June 26, 1879; 
p. Maplewood, 1879— Apr. 1883; Claremont, N. H., Apr. 1883— 
Apr. 1885; Bridgeton, N. J., Apr. 1885-90; Norwich, N. Y., 
1890-97; Malone, 1897— Sept. 1902; Olean, Oct.ll902— Feb. 
1906; ad. Dayarmon, Porto Rico. 

Edward John Grant, b. North Sydney, C. B., May 10, 1849. 
Hort. A. and Ac. C, 3 yrs.; N. T. I. 1878-80; ord. New Albany, 



1881] STUDENTS 168 

N. S., May 1, 1878; p. Dartmouth, Sept. 1880-88; stud. 
Toronto Bapt. C. 1884-85; p. Sussex, N. B., 1889-95; lect. 
1895-98; p. Summerside, P. E. I., Mar. 1898— May 1900; 
Arcadia, N. S., May 1900— Oct. 1905; Petitcodiac, Oct. 1905— 
Oct. 1906; Hampton, N. B., Apr. 1907— May 1910; field rep,, 
The Maritime Baptist, May 1910—; ad. Truro, N. S. 

John Mervin Hull, b. Ludlow, Vt., Feb. 10, 1854. Mid. C. 
1877; N. T. I. 1878-80; ord. Windsor, Vt., Sept. 15, 1880; p. 
Windsor, May 1880— July 1885; Kingston, Mass., Feb. 1886— 
Jan. 1893; Weston, Feb. 1893— Feb. 1900; health failed; lit. 
work, Feb. 1900 — ; ad. 15 Fairhaven Road, Concord, Mass. 

Henry Hatcher Johnson, b. Bedford Co., Va., May 4, 1850. 
Richmond Inst., Va., 1870 ?-75; ord. Bedford City, Aug. 25, 
1872; p. Norwich, Conn., July 1875— June 1876; New Bedford, 
Mass., July 1876— June 1878; N. T. I. 1878-80; p. Halifax, N. 
S., July 1881— Mar. 1884; gen. agt. F. M. Conv., colored; p. 
New Haven, Conn., aut. 1884-87; health failed; p. Halifax, N. 
S., Sept. 1892-94; man. ed. TJie Comzecticut Bamier, 1894 — ?; 
ad. in 1911, Henry St., New Haven, Conn. 

*AIphetts Price Leftwich, b. Liberty, Va., 1848. How. U. 
1875; ord. Sept. 1875; W. T. S. 1878-80; N. T. I. 1880-81; res. 
Newark, N. J., 1881; d. Newark, N. J., 1881. 

*Roswen Curtis Mosher, b. Howard, N. Y., Oct. 6, 1853. KaL 
C. 1878; N. T. I. 1878-79; B. U. T. S. 1879-81; ord. Kalama- 
zoo, Mich., June 27, 1881; p. Dexter, July 1881— Oct. 1884; 
Herman, Minn., 1884-87; St. Paul, 1888-91; Albert Lea, 1895— 
Aug. 1903; Hudson, Wis., Aug. 1903-06; d. Missoula, Mont., 
May 10, 1906; author. Baptists and Religious Liberty. 

Douglas Haszard Simpson, b. Cavendish, P. E. I., July 29, 
1850. Ac. C. 1876; ord. Montague, P. E. I., Oct. 1, 1876; p. 
Montague, 1876-77; miss, work, P. E. I., 1877-78; N. T. I. 
1878-80; B. U. T. S. 1881-82; p. Williamsville, N. Y., 1880— 
Dec. 1884; Atlantic, la., 1884-86; Stillwater, Minn., 1886-88; 
Hantsport, N. S., 1888-89; Bear River, 1889-92; North Middle- 
boro, Mass., 1892-94; Berwick. N. S., 1895-1903; Billtown, 
1903-07; Gibson, N. B., 1907-09; Annapolis, N. S., 1909-10; 
New Germany, N. S., 1910—. 

Andrew Jtidson Stwrtevant, b. Fayette, Me., May 20, 1852. 
C. U. 1877; N. T. I. 1878-79; ord. East Oakland, Cal., May 10, 
1880; p. Sonora, Feb. 1880— Jan. 1884; Vallejo, June 1884— 
Mar. 1888; Phoenix, Ariz. Ter., Mar.— Oct., 1888; Oakland, 
Cal., Nov. 1888— Apr. 1890; Napa, May 1890— June 1894; 
Em. ch., Sacramento, July 1894 — June 1899; Albany, Ore., 
June 1899— June 1901; Fort Bragg, Cal., Mar. 1902— Oct. 



164 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1881 

1910; Mem. ch., Sacramento, Jan. — Sept., 1911; Westport, 
Mendocino Co., Nov. 1911—; chapl. Cal. State Senate, 1899. 

Henry Marcus Thompson, b. Windsor, Vt., Nov. 26, 1854. 
C. U. 1878; N. T. I. 1878-80; ord. St. Mary's, O., June 15, 1880; 
p. St. Mary's, May 1880— Nov. 1881; Iowa City, la., Nov. 
1881— Apr. 1885; Iowa Falls, Apr. 1885— Aug. 1888; Mem. ch., 
Hartford, Conn., Aug. 1888—. D. D., Cy. C, 1906. 

John William Weeks, b. Sydney, C. B., Nov. 6, 1847. Ac. C. ; 
N. T. I. 1878-80; ord. Chester, N. S., Sept. 1, 1880; p. Chester, 
May 1880— Dec. 1882; Liverpool, Jan. 1883— Dec. 1887; 
Smith's Falls, Ont., Jan. 1888— Dec. 1894; Guelph, Jan. 1895— 
Dec. 1904; Sydney, N. S., Jan. 1905—; ad. 48 Rigby Road, 
Sydney. 

William Marston Weeks, b. Marston's Mills, Mass., June 14, 
1859. M. T. S. 1876-78; T. D. S. 1878-80; N. T. I. 1880-81; 
ord. St. John, N. B., Apr. 7, 1881; p. St. John, Mar. 1881— Mar. 
1882; Bunker Hill ch., Charlestown, Mass., 1882-83; Rock, 
June 1883-84; East Cambridge, Apr. 1884-87; Miles City, 
Mont, 1888-89; Easton, Conn., 1889-91; Livingston, Mont., 
1891-92; supt. schs.. Miles City, 1892-93; p. Easton, Conn., 
1894-98; prin. high sch., Woodbury, Conn., 1899-1900; p. 1st 
Gong, ch., Chester, Mass., 1901-04; Andover, Conn., 1904-07; 
Shullsburg, Wis., 1910—; B. D., Y. U., 1896; LL. B., Cumber- 
land U., Lebanon, Tenn., 1908, U. Me., 1909; LL. M., U. Me., 
1910. 

* William Bowers Winn, b. Salem, Mass., Nov. 22, 1856. B. 
U. 1878; N. T. I. 1878-81; ord. Fort Collins, Colo., Mar. 15, 
1882; p. Fort Collins, 1882; Denver, 1882-83; Santa Cruz, 
Gal., 1883-84; Cong, ch.. Auburn, 1884-85; newsp. publ., 
1885-1903; ed. and prop. The Pacific Oil Reporter, Nov. 1899— 
Sept. 1903; d. Berkeley, Cal., Sept. 9, 1903. 



Joseph Ayraolt Bailey, b. Essex, Conn., Mar. 17, 1855. B. 
U.; N. T. I. 1879-81; ord. Chester, Conn., June 1, 1882; p. 
Chester, 1881-83; Branford, 1883-86; Eastport, Me., 1887-91; 
GofFstown, N. H., 1891-1901; Brentwood, 1902-04; w. c. 
Nottingham, N. H.; North Dana, Mass.; ad. North Dana. 

Joseph Frederick Bartlett, b. Augusta, Me., Aug. 9, 1852. 
Ba. C. theol. dept. 1878-79; N. T. I. 1879-81; ord. Lisbon, Me., 
Mar. 14, 1879; p. St. John, N. B., 1881-85; Winter Hill, Somer- 
ville, Mass., 1885— Mar. 1888; Englewood, 111., Mar. 1888— 
Apr. 1892; Austin, Jan. 1893— Mar. 1899; 10th ch., Philadel- 
phia, Pa., Mar. 1899— Oct. 1906; w. c. 1906—; ad. 1839 North 
20th St., Philadelphia, Pa. D. D., Temple G., 1903, Bu. U., 
1903. 



1882] STUDENTS 16» 

William Porter Bartlett, b. Pl>Tnouth, Mass., June 14, 1847. 
B. U.61878; N. T. I. 1878-81; ord. Hudson, Centre, N. H., June 
28, 1881; p. Hudson Centre, 1881— Apr. 1883; Lexington, 
Mass., Dec. 1883— Dec. 1884; Campton Village, N. H., Dec 
1884— Jan. 1887; Meriden, Jan. 1887— Mar. 1889; North 
Springfield, Vt., Apr. 1889— May 1892; North Oxford, Mass., 
May 1892— Sept. 1893; Manchaug, Oct. 1893— Aug. 1898; 
s, various chs., Aug. 1898 — Dec. 1901; act. p. Plymouth, N. H., 
Dec. 1901— July 1902; Woodstock, Aug. 1902— May 1903; p, 
Tyringham, Mass., Mar. 1904 — Aug. 1905; Colebrook, Conn., 
Aug. 1905— Aug. 1907; Richville, N. Y., June 1908— July 
1910; Parishville, July 1910— Oct. 1911; Enfield Center, Tomp- 
kins Co., Jan. 1912—. 

Orville Eugene Brown, b. Sanbornton, N. H., July 20, 1845, 
N. T. I. 1879-81; ord. Troy, N. H., Dec. 8, 1881; p. Troy, Aug. 
1881— Sept. 1884; Carroll, la., Nov. 1884— June 1885; Clear 
Lake, S. Dak., Nov. 1885— June 1888; Leroy, Minn., Man 
1889— Aug. 1890; Hubbard, vSept. 1891— Oct. 1892; ed. Hub- 
bard, June— Sept., 1893; p. Battle Lake, Apr.— Nov., 1895; 
Parker's Prairie, Mar. 1898-99; w. c. Foxhome, Minn.; Breck- 
enridge; Philadelphia, Pa., 1909-11; Franklin, N. H., 1911—. 

*"Wimam McGregor, b. Black River, P. E. I., Oct. 31, 1843, 
Norm. Sch., Charlottetown ; N. T. I. 1879-81; s. Stratford ch., 
Coos, N. H., June 1881— Feb. 1882; ord. Priceville, Ont., Aug. 6, 
1882; p. Priceville and Flesherton, 1882-84; Vittoria, 1884-86; 
Forestville and St. Williams, 1886-87; The Range, N. B. ; Hope- 
well, 1891-92; Hill Grove, N. S., 1893-95; Barton; Tancook, 
spg. 1897— sum. 1898; w. c. North Range, 1898-99; St. John, 
N. B., 1900-01; d. South Range, Digby Co., Aug. 20, 1901; 
author. The Revelation. 



*George*Dana Boardman Wheeler, b. Warwick, Mass., Sept. 14, 
1840. N. T. I. 1879-80; ord. East Bethel, Vt., Dec. 10, 1878; 
p. East Bethel, 1878— Aug. 1880; Newport, 1880-82; East 
Hardwick, 1882-87; Cavendish, Sept. 1887— Dec. 1892; Seventh 
Day Adv. ch., Boston, Mass., Oct. 1893— Oct. 1897; Washing- 
ton, D. C, Oct. 1897— July 1898; in rel. Hb. work, 1893-1904; 
field sec. Intern. Rel. Lib. Assoc, spg. 1898-1904; res. South 
Lancaster, Mass., July 1898 — Feb. 1904; p. South Lancaster, 
1900-04; d. South Lancaster, Feb. 28, 1904; author. The Bap- 
tist Principle of Religious Liberty. 38 — *13 

1882 

J. R. Gow, Class Secretary 

EDWARD ERNEST ATKINSON, b. Newburyport, Mass., 
May 15, 1853. B. U. 1879; N. T. L 1879-82; ord. Fort Dodge, 



166 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1882 

la., Nov. 1, 1882; p. Fort Dodge, Sept. 1882— Dec. 1883; 
Duluth, Minn., Dec. 1883— Sept. 1884; H. U. D.S. 1884-87; 
Epis. Theol. Sch., Cambridge, Mass., 1887-88; ord. Epis. dea., 
Cambridge, June 20, 1888, pt., Jamaica Plain, June 5, 1889; r. 
Chicopee, May 1888— Mar. 1890; St. Peters ch., Jamaica Plain, 
Mar. 1890— June 1891; post-grad. H. U. 1893-97; instr. Bel- 
mont Sch. 1893-95; min. in charge Christ ch., Cambridge, Oct. 
1897— Oct. 1898; St. Paul's ch., Newburyport, 1898-99; ch. 
of the Epiphany, Providence, R. I., Feb. — July, 1901; 
St. Thomas' ch., Taunton, Mass., Dec. 1901— June 1902, Aug. 
1904— Feb. 1906; master St. Paul's sch.. Concord, N. H., 
Oct. 1902 — Jvme 1904; min. in charge ch. of the Holy Spirit, 
Mattapan, Mass., Dec. 1907— Apr. 1908; Christ ch., Quincy, 
Nov. 1908— Apr. 1909; St. Peter's ch., Cambridge, Tviay— 
Nov. 1910; ad. 94 Brattle St., Cambridge. 

CHARLES PATTISON BENNETT, b. Philadelphia, Pa., 
Jan. 22, 1851. B. U. 1879; N. T. I. 1879-82; ord. Emery's 
Mills, Me., Sept. 8, 1882; p. Shapleighand Emery's Mills, 1882— 
Mar. 1888; Limerick, Apr. 1888— Nov. 1889; in bus., Colorado 
Springs, Colo., May 1890—. 

HORACE WARD BUCKLES, b. Conover, O., May 22, 1857. 
D. U. 1879; N. T. I. 1879-82; ord. Bucynis, O., Nov. 7, 1882; 
p. Bucyrus, Sept. 1882 — June 1884; Burlington, Kans., Oct. 
1884-86; in bus., Ottawa, Kans., 1886-89; p. Dunkirk, Ind., 
1890-99; Fostoria, O., 1899-1900; Bellefontaine, 1901-03; 
Madisonville, 1904-07; Bethel, 1908-09; Perry, 1909—. 

JOHN LEWIS DART, b. Charleston, S. C, Mar. 10, 1854. 
At. U. 1879; N. T. I. 1879-82; ord. Newton Centre, June 18, 
1882; instr. Way. S., Washington, D. C, 1882-83; tea. Wash- 
ington, 1883-84; p. Providence, R. I., Oct. 1884— Nov. 1885; 
Augusta, Ga., Dec. 1885— July 1886; Charleston, S. C, July 
1886 — ; ad. 17 Kracke St., Charleston. 

*FREDERIC ELI DEWHURST, b. Bradford, Me., Apr. 20, 
1855. C. U. 1878; N. T. I. 1879-82; ord. Wollaston Heights, 
June 22, 1882; p. Wollaston Heights, 1882— July 1887; Burling- 
ton, Vt., Oct. 1887-92; Plymouth Un. ch., Indianapolis, Ind., 
June 1892— aut. 1899; U. Cong, ch., Chicago, 111., Jan. 1900— 
Nov. 1906; d. Chicago, Nov. 13, 1906; author. Dwellers in Tents, 
1897; Sermons. 

JOHN RUSSELL GOW, b. Waterville, Me., Oct. 20, 1855. 
B. U. 1877; N. T. I. 1879-82; ord. Fair Haven, Vt, July 6, 
1882; p. Fair Haven, 1882— Dec. 1885; 2d ch., Bridgeport, 
Conn., Jan. 1886— Mar. 1891; Hyde Park ch., Chicago, 111., 
Apr. 1891 — June 1895; Perkins St. ch., Somerville, Mass., 



1882] STUDENTS 167 

July 1895— Nov. 1908; 1st ch., Brattleboro. Vt., Nov. 1908—; 
ad. 10 Terrace St., Brattleboro. D. D., Cy. C, 1908. 

NATHAN HUNT, b. Milton, Mass., Apr. 3, 1848. C. U. 
1879; N. T. I. 1879-82; ord. Milton, Nov. 22, 1882; p. Milton, 
1882— Feb. 1890; East Milton and Quincy, Feb. 1890— Dec. 
1894; miss. Me. Bapt. Conv., Jan. 1895—; colp. A. B. P. S., 
Oct. 1907—; ad. Charleston, Me. 

LYMAN WINSLOW KING, b. Newton Centre, Mass., June 
21, 1855. B. U. 1879; N. T. I. 1879-82; ord. Mt. Holly, Vt., 
May 15, 1883; p. Mt. Holly, Jan. 1883— June 1889; s. s. West 
Roxbury, Mass., Feb. — Dec, 1894; p. West Roxbury, Jan. 
1895— Dec. 1897; w. c. Newton Centre, 1889-94, 1897—; ad. 
328 Brookline St., Newton Centre, Mass. 

ALFRED GIDEON LANGLEY, b. Newport, R. I., Apr. 11, 
1855. B. U. 1876; N. T. I. 1879-82, post-grad. 1882-83; instr. 
Phil., Yank. C, S. Dak., 1885-86; instr. Lat., Rogers Sch., New- 
port, R. I., 1889; priv. tut. and tea. mus., Newport, 1883-85, 
1886 — ; cond. Philharmonic Soc. Newport, 1896 — ; organist, 
Un. Cong, ch., Newport, 1900—, and dir. mus., 1907—; priv. 
tut., St. George's Sch., Newport, 1908-11; sec. Redwood 
Lib. and Athenaeum, Newport, 1908 — ; author, Leibnitz's New 
Essays; trans. Leibnitz's Critiqtie of Locke, 1896; ad. 1 School 
St., Newport, R. I. 

BURTON WELLESLEY LOCKHART, b. Lockhartville, N. 
S,, Jan. 24, 1855. Ac. C. 1878; N. T. I. 1879-82; ord. Suffield, 
Conn., Sept. 22, 1882; p. 2d ch., Suffield, 1882— Sept. 1888; 3d 
Cong, ch., Chicopee, Mass., Oct. 1888— Nov. 1893; Franklin St. 
ch., Manchester, N. H., Dec. 1893—. D. D., D. C, 1896. 

GEORGE MERRIAM, b. China, Me., Nov. 30, 1856. C. U. 
1879; N. T. I. 1879-82; ord. Abilene, Kans., Jan. 23, 1883; p. 
Abilene, Oct. 1882— June 1885; Solomon City, Oct. 1882— Oct. 
1888; Osage City, Oct. 1888— Oct. 1892; Freeport, Me., Oct. 
1892-1904; Bethany ch., Skowhegan, Maine, Oct. 1904—; Me. 
cor. Watchman. 

WILLIAM FOWLER PARKER, b. Kilkenny, Ire., Feb. 16, 
1855. N. T. I. 1879-82; ord. Hampton Village, N. B., Nov. 23, 
1882; p. Hampton Village and Norton, Aug. 1882— Aug. 1884; 
Woodstock, Sept. 1884— Aug. 1887; St. Martin's, Sept. 1887— 
Aug. 1890; Truro, N. S., Sept. 1890— Oct. 1896; Yarmouth, 
Nov. 1896— Oct. 1902; Windsor, Nov. 1902— Nov. 1906; 
Ottawa, Ont., Dec. 1906—. 

EDWIN CAREY WHITTEMORE, b. Dexter, Me., Apr. 29, 
1858. C. U. 1879; N. T. I. 1879-82; ord. New Boston, N. H., 



168 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1882 

July IG, 1S82; p. New Boston, 1S82— Oct. 1884; Auburn, Me., 
Nov. 1884— Oct. 1889; Damariscotta, Oct. 1889— Oct. 1899; 
Waterville, Nov. 1899 — ; author, History of Damariscotta 
Association, 1892; Maine Baptist Missionary Convention, 1899; 
Centennial History of Waterville, 1902. Memorial to Prof. 
William Elder, 1903; Memorial to Dr. Albert Teele Dunn, 1904; 
Historical Sketch of Cohurn Institute, 1904. D. D., Cy. C, 1903. 

*FREDERICK MARK YOUNG, b. St. George, N. B., June 
20, 1855. B. S. N. B., 1873; N. T. I. 1879-82; ord. Antigonish, 
N. S., Sept. 12, 1882; p. Antigonish, July 1882— June 1886; 
Dorchester, N. B., July 1886— June 1888; Ohio, N. S., Sept. 
1888— Nov. 1889; Bridgetown, Dec. 1889— Sept. 1900; North 
Sydney, C. B., Sept. 1900— Oct. 1903; Parrsboro, N. S., Oct. 
1903— Oct. 1910; d. Parrsboro, Oct. 22, 1910. Ph. B., Natl. 
U., Chicago, 111., 1889. 



Charles "Washington Booth, b. Flint, Mich., Jan. 22, 1850- 
M. U. 1876-79; N. T. I. 1879— Feb. 1880; ord. Forest City, 
Minn., Sept. 5, 1882; p. Forest City, Feb. 1882— May 1883; 
M.U.T.S. 1883-86 ; p. New Hartford, N.Y., May 1886— May 1890; 
Maine, N. ¥., July 1890— Oct. 1892; Braman Corners, Oct. 
1892— July 1896; Johnson Creek, July 1896— Dec. 1897; Sala- 
manca, Jan. 1898— Aug. 1900; Panama, Aug. 1900— Aug. 1902; 
Locke, 1902-05; Hartwick, 1906-09; Mt. Upton, 1909—. 

*SamueI Augustus Severance, b. Elizabeth town, N. J., May 
28, 1844. B. U. 1879; N. T. I. 1879-81; ord. Waltham, June 
10, 1881; p. Turner, Me., 1881-83; Maplewood, Mass., June 
1883— Aug. 1889; Keene, N. H., Sept. 1889— Sept. 1891; d. 
Keene, Sept. 23, 1891. 



William Anderson McKillop, b. Inverness, P. Q., Dec. 1, 1847. 
N. T. I. 1880-83; ord. Eau Claire, Wis., Aug. 29, 1883; p. Eau 
Claire, July 1883— Dec. 1892; South ch., Milwaukee, Dec. 
1892— July 1898; Waukesha, July 1898— Aug. 1904; Racine, 
Aug. 1904— Sept. 1910; ad. 748 Maryland Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. 

John Wilbur Richardson, b. Boston, Mass., Jan. 12, 1854. 
N. T. I. 1880-82; ord. Mystic, Conn., Dec. 25, 1881; p. Mystic, 
Nov. 1881— Dec. 1882; Huntington St. ch., New London, Jan. 
1883— Jan. 1885; Waterbury, Feb. 1885— Oct. 1887; Stamford, 
Oct. 1887— Jan. 1892; Centennial ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., Feb.— 
Oct., 1892; Park Ave. ch., Plainfield, N. J., Nov. 1892— Feb. 
1903; Stamford, Conn., Feb. 1903—. 

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1883 

W. H. Lane, Class Secretary 

JOSEPH WEBB BRIGHAM, b. Dover, 111., Sept. 11, 1852. 
U. Kans. 1879; B. U. T. S. 1879-82; N. T. I. 1882-83; ord. 
Milwaukee, Wis., June 30, 1881; p. Evangel ch., Chicago, 
111., Sept. 1881— July 1882; West Boylston, Mass., Feb. 1884— 
Oct. 1885; Spring Hill, Conn., Sept. 1886— June 1888; Dor- 
chester Temple ch., Boston, Mass., July 1888— July 1896; 
Inman Sq. ch., Cambridge, Sept. 1897 — May 1900; Immanuel 
ch., Dorchester, Oct. 1900— Nov. 1901; instr. Gordon Bib. 
Tm. Sch., 1904-08, Gordon Sch., N. T. I., 1908-11; ad. 103 
Ocean St., Dorchester Center. Ph. D., Bost. U., 1911; D. D., 
Potomac U., 1908. 

CHARLES EDWIN BURDETTE, b. Peoria, 111., Feb. 23, 
1854. B. U. 1880; N. T. I. 1880-83; ord. Peoria, 111., Sept. 11. 
1883; miss. A. B. M. U., Tura, Assam, 1883-85; Gauhati, 
1885-1904; s. s. Cent, ch., Chicopee, Mass., Apr. 1910—; ad. 
R. D. 1, Box 159, Springfield, Mass. 

WELLINGTON CAMP, b. Jemseg, N. B., Jan. 15, 1856. 
Norm. Sch. Fredericton, 1876-78; N. T. I. 1880-83; ord. Fair- 
ville, N. B., June 29, 1883; p. Fairville, 1883— June 1885; 
Hillsboro, Jan. 1886— Apr. 1898; Sussex, Apr. 1898— June 
1906; Leinster St. ch., St. John, July 1906—. M. A., Ac. U., 
1905; B. D., Temple U., 1908. 

JOHN LORING CRANE, b. East Braintree, Mass., Oct. 18, 
1856. B. U. 1880; N. T. I. 1880-83; ord. Narragansett, R. I., 
Oct. 10, 1883; p. Narragansett, 1883— Oct. 1886; Sheldonville, 
Mass., May 1887— May 1898; Allenton, R. I., May 1898—1900; 
Rumney, N. H., 1900-09; w. c. Wakefield, Mass.; ad. 47 Cordis 
St., Wakefield, Mass. 

NATHANIEL GRANT FRENCH, b. Norway, Me., Mar. 
12, 1861. Oak Grove S., Vassalboro; N. T. I. 1880-83; ord. 
Harpswell, Me., June 28,' 1883; p. Harpswell, June 1883— 
Sept. 1884; State miss.. Me., Sept. 1884— Sept. 1887; p. 
Turner, Oct. 1887— Sept. 1892; prin. Cent. Bus. C, Lewiston, 
1892-93; p. Jay, 1893-99; s. Jay, 1904-05; in bus.. Auburn, 
Me,, 1899 — ; author, Business Methods in Church Work, 1906. 

EDWIN CLARK GOODWIN, b. New Boston, N. H., Feb. 25, 
1853. N. T. I. 1880-83; ord. Revere, June 19, 1883; p. Revere, 
1882— Dec. 1884; Bryant's Pond, Me., Dec. 1884— Oct. 1886; 
Stratford ch., Coos, N. H., Dec. 1886— Sept. 1889; Chester, 
Nov. 1890— Apr. 1895; 2d ch., Sanbomton, Dec. 1895— June 
1908; Grasmere, June 1908— 



170 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1883 

*RALPH MELBOURNE HUNT, b. Cornwallis, N. S., Aug. 
11, 1857. Ac. C. 1879; N. T. I. 1879-81, 1882-83; ord. St. 
Stephen, N. B., Sept. 27, 1883; p. St. Stephen, 1883-87; 
Jamaica Plain, Mass., Jan. 1888— Dec. 1899; act. p. James St. 
ch., Hamilton, Ont., Jan.— sum., 1902; d. Jamaica Plain, Mass., 
Oct. 1, 1902, 

FRANK JOHN JONES, b. Lebanon, Me., Aug. 8, 1853. C. 
U. 1878; N. T. I. 1878-80, 1882-83; ord. Allenton, R. I., July 7, 
1880; p. Allenton, June 1880— Sept. 1884; Iowa Falls, la., 
Sept. 1884-85; 1st ch., East Providence, R. I., Aug. 1885— 
June 1888; East Greenwich, June 1888— Oct. 1892; West 
Springfield, Mass., Feb. 1893— Nov. 1894; city miss. Philadel- 
phia, Pa., Apr. 1895— Sept. 1898; p. Passyunk Ave. ch., Phila- 
delphia, Oct. 1898— Jan. 1902; occ. s. 1902—; p. Garden 
Grove, Cal., Jan. 1911 — ; cor. Examiner, 1895-1910; ad. 4341 
Baltimore Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 

WILLIAM HOYLE LANE, b. Valley Falls, R. I., Dec. 5, 

1852. B. U. 1880; N. T. I. 1880-83; ord. Dexter, Me., May 14, 
1884; p. Dexter, 1884— Mar. 1886; Yarmouthville, Nov. 1886— 
Nov. 1890; asst. p. Cent, ch., Providence, R. I., Dec. 1890— 
Aug. 1894; p. Shawomet ch., Warwick, Dec. 1895— Mar. 1912; 
cor. rel. papers; ad. Box 28, R. F. D. 1, Apponaug, R. I. 

EDWARD ALVAH MASON, b. Jersey City, N. J., Mar. 15, 
1859. N. Y. U. 1880; N. T. I. 1880-83; ord. Farmington, Me., 
Sept. 25, 1883; p. Farmington, Aug. 1883— Jan. 1886; Blue 
Hill, Feb. 1886— May 1891; Ellsworth, Aug. 1891— May 1896; 
Dexter, Nov. 1896— Nov. 1901 ; gen. sec. Me. State S. S. Assoc, 
and ed. Maine State Sunday School Star, Jan. 1902 — ^July 1904; 
act. p. Oakland, 1904-05; South Bristol, July 1905— Oct. 1908; 
Saxton's River, Vt., Oct. 1908—. 

WILLIAM FRANKLIN SLOCUM, b. Eaton, N. Y., July 5, 

1853. M. U. 1878; N. T. I. 1880-83; ord. Wooster, O., Aug. 
30, 1883; p. Wooster, 1883-87; Logansport, Ind., Jan. 1888-90; 
Orange, Mass., May 1890— Jan. 1894; Urbana, O., Jan. 1894- 
96; Montour Falls, N. Y., 1896-1908; in bus.; ad. 39-43 
West 128th St., New York, N. Y. 

WESLEY LORENZO SMITH, b. Charlestown, Mass., Dec. 
28, 1856. B. U. 1880; N. T. I. 1880-83; ord. Providence, R. I., 
May J, 1883; p. Mt. Pleasant ch., Providence, June 1883— Aug. 
1888; Weymouth, Mass., Sept. 1888— Apr. 1894; org. ch. 
Braintree and p., Nov. 1891 — Apr. 1893; p. Fells ch., Melrose, 
May 1894— May 1897; org. Bridgewater ch., Dec. 1897; p. 
Bridgewater and West Bridgewater, Oct. 1897— Apr. 1909; 1st 
ch., Merrimac, Mass., Apr. 1909 — . 



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ALBERT DAY SPAULDING, b. Newton Centre, Mass., Mar. 
10, 1859. C. A. 1880; N. T. I. 1880-83; ord. Leicester, July 
18, 1882; p. Leicester, 1882-86; West Brattleboro, Vt, 1886- 
89; Somerset, Mass., Mar. 1889— Jan. 1893; North Scituate, 
Jan. 1893— Jan. 1900; in bus., Jan. 1900—; ad. North Scituate. 

WILLIAM OAKMAN STEARNS, b. Newton Centre, Mass., 
Nov. 18, 1855. H. U. 1878; N. T. I. 1879-80, 1881-83; ord. 
Cazenovia, N. Y., Oct. 9, 1884; p. Cazenovia, Sept. 1884— June 
1893; s. Glens Falls, July 1893— May 1895, p. May 1895— 
Apr. 1905; tea. Theol., Colg. T. S., Jan.— Apr., 1906; p. 1st 
Cazenovia ch.. New Woodstock, N. Y., 1908 — . 

ALBERT WALTER WEEKS, b. Wadhurst, Eng., Jan. 8, 
1854. W. A. 1876-80; N. T. I. 1880-83; ord. Palmer, Dec. 30, 
1885; p. Palmer, Nov. 1885-92; Dewey St. ch., Worcester, 
1893-95; w. c. V/orcester, 1895-1909; prof. Jackson C, Jackson, 
Miss., 1909—. 

DREW THOMPSON WYMAN, b. Livermore, Me., Nov. 23, 
1852. C. U. 1878; N. T. I. 1878-79, 1881-83; ord. Spencer, Jan. 
20, 1880; p. Spencer, Dec. 1879— Dec. 1881; West Somerville, 
July 1882— June 1891; Lewiston, Me., July 1891— Dec. 1893; 
ev.. Me., N. H., Mass., and Conn., Jan. 1894— Sept. 1895; p. 
North ch., Brockton, Mass., Oct. 1895— Oct. 1901; Pilgrim 
ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., Mar. 1902— Feb. 1908; associational p. 
Black River and St. Lawrence Assocs., Mar. 1908 — May 1910; 
act. p. East Somerville, Mass., Oct. 1910— June 1911; p. 
Arlington Heights, Sept. 1911—; ad. 27 Crescent Hill Ave., 
Arlington Heights. 

Isaac Chipman Archibald, b. Upper Stewiacke, N. S., Jan. 9, 
1852. Ac. C. 1880; N. T. I. 1880-82; ord. Halifax, N. S., Oct. 
18, 1882; miss. F. M. Bd. Mar. Prov., Bobbili, Madras Presiden- 
cy, India, 1883-86, and Bimlipatam, Jan. 1^85— Sept. 1886; 
Chicacole, 1887 — ; memb. munic. coun., 15 yrs.; memb. Co. 
and Dist. bds., Madras Presidency. 

*SAMUEL McCULLY BLACK, b. Amherst, N. S., Jan. 28, 
1846. Ac. C. 1874; H. U. 1876; N. T. I. 1876-77; 1882-83, 
omitted some stud, and rec. spec, cert.; ord. Berwick, N. S., 
Jan. 1878; p. Berwick, 1877-80; Liverpool, 1880-83; Westport, 
1883-85; Kentville, 1885-88; ed. Messenger and Visitor, St. 
John. N. B., 1890-95; Maritime Baptist, 1895-1909; d. St. 
John, Aug. 23, 1909. D. D., Ac. U., 1898. 

John Elijah Case, b. Patten, Me., Nov. 27, 1856. C. U. 1880; 
N. T. I. 1880-82; ord. Newton Centre, May 18, 1882; miss. 
A. B. M. U., Toungoo, Burma, Nov. 1882-87; Myingyan, 1887- 
1901; health failed; in U. S., 1901— ; ad. South Acton, Mass. 



172 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1883 

Arthur Crawley Chute, b. Digby, N. S., Apr. 10, 1854. Ac. C. 
1881; B. U. T. S. 1881-82, 1883-84; N. T. I. 1882-83; ord. Still- 
man Valley, 111., Dec. 23, 1884; p. Stillman Valley, 1884-89; 
1st ch., Austin, 1839-92; 1st ch., Halifax, N. S., 1892— Aug. 
1901; prof. Heb. Lang, and O. T. Lit., Ac. U., Sept. 1901—, 
dean theol. dept., 1910 — ; author, William Carey, A Sketch of 
Beginnings^ in Modern Missions, 1891; John Thomas, Fore- 
runner of Carey, 1893; ad. Wolfville, N. S. B. D., B. U. T. S., 
1884; D. D., Ac. U., 1901. 

Lewis Anson Eaton, b. Seabrook, N. H., June 4, 1855. M. U. 
1880; N. T. I. 1880-82; miss. A. B. M. U., Bangkok, Siam, 
1882— Dec. 1895; w. c. Mebane, N. C, 1896-97; p. and tea. 
Swepsonville, 1897-1900; p. Campton, N. H., 1900-03; West 
Townsend, Mass., 1903 — June 1905; Westwood, June 1905 — 
May 1908; Stamford, Vt., June 1908-09; Cheshire, Mass., 
1909—. 

Charles Kendall Harrington, b. Sydney. C. B., Mar. 14, 1858. 
Ac. C. 1879; N. T. I. 1880-81; pr. Cambellton, N. B., 1881-82; 
B. U. T. S. 1882-84, post-grad. 1884-86; ord. Sydney, C. B., 
Sept. 23, 1886; miss. A. B. M. U., Yokohama, Japan, Aug. 
1886—, and prof. T. S., 18S7— ; ad. 75 Bluff, Yokohama, Japan. 
D. D., Ac. U., 1905. 

Francis Percival Stewart Lamb, b. Montreal, Can., Sept. 4, 
1859. Mag. U. 1 yr.; N. T. I. 1880-82; A. T. S. 1882-83; ord. 
1886; p. Unit, ch., Nantucket, Mass., 1893-1900?; ad. in 
1909, 423 Fulton St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Benjamin Rand, b. Canning, N. S., July 17, 1856. Ac. C, 
1875; H. U. 1879, post-grad. 1879-80, 1882-85; N. T. I. 1880- 
82; Heidelburg U.; tea. Eng., M. I. T., Boston, 1889-90; asst. 
in Phil., H. U., 1891-97, instr., 1897-1902, Hb. Phil, dept., 1906—; 
author, Abstract of Ferrier's Greek Philosophy; Life of Rev. 
Aaron Cleveland, Boston, 1888; Bibliography of Economics, 
1895; Life, Unpublished Letters, and Philosophical Regimen 
of the Third Earl of Shaftesbury, 1900; Selections Illustrating 
Economic History since 1763, 1903; Bibliography of Philosophy, 
1905; Modern Classical Philosophers, 1907; The Classical 
Moralists, 1909; ad. 8 Prescott St., Cambridge, Mass. Ph. 
D., H. U., 1885. 

*Arth«r Noble Roscoe, b. Comwallis, N. S., June 14, 1853. 
Ac. C. 2 yrs.; N. T. I. 1880-81; ord. Port Medway, N. S., Mar. 
31, 1880; p. Port Medway, 1880; pr. St. George, N. B., some 
mos., 1882; health failed; d. Comwallis, N. S., July 22, 1884. 

*He2ekiah Albert Spencer, b. Mira, C. B., Mar. 18, 1849. 



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Ac. C. 1879; N. T. I. 1880-82; ord. Milford, July 12. 1882; p. 
Milford, 1882— Oct. 1887; d. Milford, Oct. 18, 1887. 



Joseph Allison Cahill, b. Sackville, Westmoreland Co., N. B., 
May 6, 1847. Tea. 1871-75; B. S. N. B.; ord. Kingsclear, N. 
B., Mar. 17, 1875; p. Kingsclear, 1875-7G; miss. Canterbury, 
1876-77; p. two chs., Richmond, 1877-78; Jacksonville, 1878- 
81; N. T. I. 1881-83; p. Carleton, N. B., 1883-87; Summerside, 
P. E. I., 1887-92; Centreviile, N. B., Oct. 1892— Oct. 1899; 
Jacksonville, Oct. 1899— Oct. 1905; Hodgdon, Me., Mar. 1905— 
Mar. 1909; Coldstream, N. B., Aug. 1909— Oct. 1911; East 
Florenceville, Oct. 1911 — ; ad. East Florenceville, Carleton 
Co., N. B. 

Frederick "Wingate Gookin, b. Boston, Mass., Nov. 17, 1853. 
W. A. and Vt. A.; N. T. I. 1881-83; ord. West Pawlet, Vt., 
Sept. 5, 1883; p. West Pawlet, 1883-84; Monroe.^Mich., Dec. 
1884-85; Ira, Vt., Sept. 1886— Aug. 1887; Ashland, Ore., June 
1888-89; Galesburg, Mich., 1892-95; Centerville, 1895-97; 
Weston, 1897-99; Highland, 1899-1901; w. c. Romeo, 1901—. 

Alonzo Grant, b. Weymouth, N. S., Nov. 18, 1846. N. T. I. 
1881-82; not ord.; res. Weymouth Bridge, N. S. 

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GEORGE AARON CLEAVELAND, b. Clarence, N. S., Apr. 
2, 1853. Ord. North Brookfield, Jan. 14, 1880; s. North 
Brookfield, 1879— July 1881; N. T. I. 1881-84; p. Rockport, 
Dec. 1881 — Dec. 1883; act. p. Cong, ch., Nonantum, Jan. — 
June, 1884; p. Bapt. ch., North Berwick, Me., June 1884— Sept. 
1886; Melrose, Mass., Oct. 1886— Mar. 1893; Fells, Nov. 1893— 
Apr. 1894; Riverside, Cal., May 1894— July 1899; Im. ch., 
Minneapolis, Minn., Aug. 1899 — Mar. 1904; Loyalty ch., 
Minneapolis, June 1904 — June 1905; Los Angeles, Cal., Oct. 
1905— Mar. 1909; Santa Monica, Cal., Sept. 1909— Oct. 1911; 
author, American Landmarks, 1893; ad. Hermosa Beach, Cal. 

EBENEZER PRYOR COLDWELL, b. Gaspereaux, N. S., 
Feb. 19, 1855. Ac. C. 1878; ord. Argyle, N. S., Sept. 21, 1880; 
p. Argyle, June 1878— July 1881; N. T. I. 1881-84; p. Sydney, 
N. S., July 1884— June 1887; Pleasant Valley, July 1887— June 
1891; Freeport, Aug. 1891— July 1894; Port Lome, Oct. 
1894— Oct. 1900; Osborne, May 1901— May 1905; Kempt, 
May 1905— Aug. 1906; New Ross, Oct. 1906— Oct. 1908; 
health failed; w. c. Oct. 1908—; ad. Bridgetown, N. S. 



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WILLIAM HERBERT PERRY FAUNCE, b. Worcester, 
Mass., Jan. 15, 1859. B. U. 1880; N. T. I. 1880-81, 1882-84; 
instr. B. U. 1881-82; ord. Springfield, June 11, 1884; p. State 
St. ch., Springfield, June 1884— Aug. 1889; Fifth Ave. ch.. 
New York, N. Y., Sept. 1889-99; pres. B. U., 1899—; lect. 
U. Chic.; Lyman Beecher lect. Y. U., 1907-08; author, The 
Educational Ideal in the Ministry, 1908; ad. Providence, R. I. 
D. D., B. U., 1895, Y. U., 1901, H. U., 1904; LL. D., Bay. U., 
1904, U. A., 1905, D. C, 1910, Wes. U., 1910. 

EDGAR HATFIELD, b. Springfield, N. B., Aug. 27, 1848. 

B. S. N. B.; B. T. S. 1878-80; ord. Blackville, N. B., Sept. 18, 
1879; s. Blackville, 1879-81; Carroll City, la., 1881; N. T.I. 
1881-84; p. Jefferson, Me., June 1884— Oct. 1885; East 
Lamoine, Dec. 1885— Apr. 1886; Wells, June 1886— June 1889; 
South Newfane, Vt., June 1889— Apr. 1893; Westford, May 
1893— Feb. 1895; North Leverett, Mass., Feb. 1895— Nov. 
1898; North Tisbury and West Tisbury, Dec. 1898-1903; 
Andover, Conn., 1905— Feb. 1910; Guilford, Vt., Mar. 1910—. 

THOMPSON ARCHIBALD HOWARD, b. Middleboro, N. 
S., Oct. 23, 1855. Ac. C. 1878-80; N. T. I. 1881-84; ord. 
Amherst, N. H., June 18, 1884; p. Amherst, June 1884— June 
1886; Pittsfield, Nov. 1886— July 1889; Chelmsford. Mass., 
Aug. 1889— Dec. 1892; Crown Hill ch., Nashua, N. H., Dec. 
1892— Mar. 1897; Randolph, Vt., Mar. 1897— Nov. 1901; out, 
of health, 1901-03; p. Whiting, Vt., May 1903—. 

EPHRAIM HIL WORTH JONES, b. St. John, N. B., Apr. 8, 
1849. N. T. I. 1881-84; ord. St. John, N. B., Aug. 19, 1884; 
miss. A. B. M. U., Sendai, Japan, 1884-1908; Sendai and Mito, 
Dec. 1908—. 

*BENONI FRANCIS KELLOGG, b. Minerva, N. Y., Jan. 22, 
1856. Vt. A. 1880; N. T. I. 1881-84; ord. West Townsend, 
June 4, 1884; p. West Townsend, 1884— May 1887; Avon, July 
1887— Aug. 1890; Bristol, Vt., Aug. 18^0-94; Fair Haven, July 
1894-96; Pownal, 1896-1903; West Swanzey, N. H., Sept. 
1903— May 1908; d. West Swanzey, May 14, 1908. 

IRVING BEMIS MOWER, b. Cambridge, Me., June 11, 1856. 
State Norm. Sch., Me., 1878; N. T. I. 1881-84; ord. Sharon, May 
31, 1883; p. Sharon, 1883— Oct. 1885; Kennebunkport, Me., 
Oct. 1885— May 1892; 1st ch., Skowhegan, June 1892— Nov. 
1893; South Berwick, Nov. 1893— Nov. 1903; cor. sec. Me. 
Bapt. Miss. Conv., 1903—; ad. Waterville, Me. D. D., Cy. C, 
1906. 

CHARLES EDSON OWEN, b. Leeds, Me., Oct. 25, 1852. 

C. U. 1879; N. T. I. 1881-84; ord. Oakland, Me., July 3, 1884; 



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p. Oakland, 1884— Mar. 1890; Gardiner, Mar. 1890— Sept. 
1893; Houlton, Oct. 1893— Jan. 1901; fin. sec. Cy. C, Jan. 
1901— Dec. 1903; sec. Christ. Civic League of Me., Dec. 1903— 
Apr. 1907; supt. Anti-Saloon League of Me., Apr. 1907 — Apr. 
1910; sec. Christ. Civic League of Me., Apr. 1910 — ; res. 
Waterville. D. D., Cy. C, 1908. 

FRED MYRON PREBLE, b. Chesterville, Me., Oct. 15, 

1855. C. U. 1881; N. T. L 1881-84; ord. Windsor, Vt., Oct. 
22, 1885; p. Windsor, 1885— Feb. 1887; w. c. Ludlow, Vt., 
1887— Feb. 1889; p. Camden, Me., Mar. 1889— June 1898; 
Auburn, June 1898 — ; chapl. Vt. State Prison, 1885-87; prof. 
Ch. Hist., C. D. S., 1907-09; author, Edncational Abbey of 
Maitie Baptists, 1904; In Memoriam Prof. L. E. Warren, 
LL. D., 1907; ad. 23 Drummond St., Auburn, Me. D. D., 
Cy. C, 1901, Ba. C, 1909. 

CHARLES OLARENCE SPEAR, b. Danbur3^ N. H., Oct. 30, 

1856. C. U.; N. T. I. 1881-84; ord. Danbury, N. H., July 19, 
1882; p. Baldwinsville, Mass., July 1884— June 1886; Hudson 
Centre, N. H., Dec.1886— Feb. 1891; Sanford, Me., Feb. 1891- 
96; w. c. Baldwinsville, Mass., 1896—. 

CHARLES WALTER WILLIAMS, b. Georgetown, Me., Aug. 
28, 1850. Ba. C. 1881; N. T. I. 1881-84; ord. Quincy Point, 
July 23, 1884; p. Quincy Point, 1884— June 1887; West Town- 
send, Sept. 1887— Oct. 1891; South Hanson, Nov. 1891— July 
1897; Barnstable, Jan. 1898— Sept. 1901; South Chelmsford, 
Sept. 1901— June 1907; North Middleboro, June 1907—. 

JOHN MONROE WYMAN, b. Livermore, Me., June 22, 1857. 
C. U. 1881; N. T. I. 1881-84; ord. Roslindale, July 19, 1884; 
p. Roslindale, July 1884— Oct. 1889; Augusta, Me., Oct. 1889— 
Nov. 1900; sup. schs., Augusta, 1893-97; p. Marlboro, Mass., 
Dec. 1900— Dec. 1904; Foxboro, Dec. 1904—. 



William Davis Athearn, b. Vineyard Haven, Mass., June 6, 
1854. W. A. 1875-78; N. T. I. 1881— Jan. 1883; ord. Ashfield, 
May 24, 1881; p. Ashfield, Sept. 1S80— Sept. 1881; Spencer, 
Jan. 1883— May 1886; Waseca, Minn., Sept. 1886— Aug. 1888; 
Townshend, Vt., Oct. 1888— Sept. 1891; Dighton, Mass., Oct. 
1891— June 1896; Woodville, July 1896— May 1901; Lisbon 
Falls, Me., May 1901— Nov. 1903; Buckfield and East Sumner, 
Nov. 1903— Dec. 1907; East Corinth, Dec. 1907— May 1911; 
sight failed, Mar. 1908; ret.; res. Woodville, Mass., June 1911 — . 

Jean Charlemagne Bracq, b. Cambray, France, May 3, 1853- 
Mag. U. 1881; N. T. I. 1881-83; ord. Burlington, Vt., June 15, 
1883; U. stud., Edinbtirgh,Scot., 1883-84, Paris, France, 1884-85; 



176 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1884 

rep. sec. Am. McAll Assoc, Philadelphia, Pa., 1885-91; assoc. 
prof. Mod. Lang., Vas. C, 1891-92, prof. 1892—; lect. Lowell 
Inst., Jan. 1898; lect. in Academic des sciences morales et 
politiques of Paris, 1904; del. to Intern. Peace Congress at 
Rouen, 1903; del. to Natl. Peace Congress at Nimes, 1904; 
decorated by French govt. ; wrote paper used as historical 
basis for settlement of Newfoundland controversy between 
France and Great Britain, 1904; cont. to Revue Historique, 
North American Review, Outlook, Independent, and other 
periodicals; author, France under the Republic, 1910; ad 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Litt. D., Colg. U. 1904; LL. D., Mag. 
U., 1911. 

Frederick Mack Gardner, b. Salem, Mass., Mar. 24, 1858. 
C. U. 1881; N. T. I. 1881-83; ord. Winthrop, May 16, 1883; 
p. Winthrop, May 1883 — Apr. 1884; 2d ch., Lawrence, Apr. 
1884— Dec. 1891; Cent. Sq. ch.. East Boston, Jan. 1892— 
Sept. 1898; South ch., South Boston, Jan. 1899— Feb. 1910; 
1st ch., Southern Pines, N. C, Oct. 1910—. 

*John Howard Parshley, b. New Haven, Conn., July 22, 1856. 
C. U. 1881; N. T. I. 1881-83; ord. Westboro, June 1883; p. 
Westboro, 1883— May 1884; Woonsocket, R. I., July 1884— 
May 1887; Damariscotta, Me., June 1887— May 1889; South 
Broad St. ch., Philadelphia, Pa., June 1889— Sept. 1891; Rock- 
land, Me., Nov. 1891 — Apr. 1897; 1st ch., Lawrence, Mass., 
May 1897— Nov. 1899; Moncton, N. B., Dec. 1899— Jan. 1901; 
inv.; d. Bridgewater, Mass., Sept. 4, 1907. 



Gideon Mayo, b. Eden, Me., Nov. 23, 1846. State Norm. 
Sch., Castine, Me., 1871-72; N. T. I. 1882-84; ord. Brooklin, 
Me., Sept. 2, 1884; p. Brooklin, May 1884— June 1887; South 
Paris and Paris Hill, July 1887— June 1889; Harrington, Sept. 
1889— Nov. 1891; Blue Hill, Nov. 1891— June 1894; Brooklin, 
June 1894— Apr. 1898; w. c. WatervUle, 1898-1903; p. Winter 
Harbor, June 1903— Dec. 1907; w. c. Ellsworth, Dec. 1907— 
Dec. 1909; p. Franklin, Dec. 1909— 

Charles Lyman Rhoades, b. Elbridge, N. Y., May 13, 1849. 
N. T. I., 1882-83; ord. Lexington, Jan. 4, 1883; p. Lexington, 
6 mos.; West Acton, 1883-87; 4th St. ch., South Boston, Jan. 
1888— Oct. 1889; Perkins St. ch., Somerville, Oct. 1889— Mar. 
1890; East Somerville, Apr. 1890-92; Stamford, Conn., July 
1892— Dec. 1897; sec. So. N. Y. dist., A. B. M. U., 1897— Dec. 
1910; p. Prospect Ave. ch., Buffalo, N. Y., Jan. 1911—. 

Frank S. "Weston, b. Weathersfield, Vt., Aug. 25, 1861. Bost. 
U. 1 yr.; Cong. C. Brit. N. Am.; Mag. U. 1881-82; N. T. I. 



1885] STUDENTS 177 

1882-83; ord. Jay, Me., Oct. 8, ISSo; p. Jay, Nov. 1884— Dec. 
1885; Conway, Mass., Dec. 1885— May 1889; West Springfield, 
June 1889— July 1892; Lincoln Sq. ch., Worcester, Aug. 1892— 
Jan. 1896; Natick, Feb. 1896— Mar. 1903; Westmount ch., 
Montreal, P. Q., 1903— Oct. 1905; Im. ch., Toronto, Ont., 
1905—; instr. Theol., Toronto Bib. C, 1907-09, prof. N. T. 
Exeg., 1911 — ; author, Present Condition of Jews in Relation 
to Prophecy, 1904; ad. 639 Ontario St., Toronto, Ont. 

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*Joseph Ltndley Marray Young, b. Brooklyn, N. S., Oct. 19, 
1835. S. C. 1807, theol. dept. 1867-68, 1869— Jan. 1870; ord. 
Farmington, Minn., Sept. 20, 1868; p. Farmington and Castle 
Rock, July 1808— Mar. 1869; s. Loda, 111., Mar.— Sept., 1869; 
B. U. T. S. Jan. 1870— May 1871; s. Dover and Bureau, Mar. 
1870— May 1871; s. La Crosse, Wis., June 1871— May 1872; 
Alton, 111., June — Aug., 1872; agt. Journal and Messenger, Dec. 
1872— Mar. 1873, The Standard, ]\xne~DQC., 1875, Dec. 1877— 
Sept. 1878; p. South Bend, Ind., Mar. 1873— June 1875; 
Macomb, 111., Dec. 1875— Dec. 1877; 1st ch., Springfield, Sept. 
1878— June 1879; Virden, Aug. 1879— Dec. 1881; ev. N. S., 
Jan.— July, 1882; p. Yarmouth, N. S., July 1882— July 1884; 
N. T. I., post-grad., 1884-85; s. Grand Ave. ch.. New Haven, 
Conn., and other chs., June 18S5 — Mar. 1886; p. Bear River, 
N. S., Mar. 1886— Sept. 1889; s. Macomb, 111., Monmouth, ev. 
111., Ind., and N. S., Oct. 1889— Sept. 1890; sick 1897— June 
1898; w. c. Somerset, Kings Co., N. S., 1898-99; d. Somerset, 
July 1, 1899. B. D., B. U. T. S, 1875. 



WILLIAM SULLIVAN AYRES, b. RusselviUe, Ky., Oct. 10, 
1862. S. W. B. C. 1882; N. T. I. 1882-85; ord. Lowell, June 4, 
1885; p. Worthen St. ch., Lowell, June 1885— Oct. 1891; 1st 
ch., Portland, Me., Nov. 1891— Nov. 1899; Cent, ch.. West- 
field, Mass., Nov. 1900—. 

*ANDREW CHAMBERLAIN, b. Sparta, Va., Aug. 14, 1858. 
Boston Lat. Sch. ; N. T. I. 1882-85; ord. New Bedford, Sept. 30, 
1885; p. New Bedford, July 1885— Oct. 1890; Bridgeton, N. J., 
1890-92; s. Shiloh ch., Philadelphia, Pa., 1892-93; p. Ebenezer 
ch., Cumberland, Md., 1893-98; gen. State miss., in co-op. with 
A. B. P. S. and the Lott Carey Bapt. Assoc, of Md., Mar. — May, 
1898; d. Baltimore, May 10, 1898. 

EDWARD ALONZO DAVIS, b. North Chelmsford, Mass., 
Sept. 20, 1858. U. V. M. 1876-80; N. T. I. 1882-85; ord. 



178 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1885 

Trenton, Me., Aug. 12, 1885; p. Trenton, July 1885— Dec. 1886; 
Sedgwick, Dec. 1886— Oct. 1893; Oldtown, Oct. 1893— Oct. 
1903; miss. Me. Bapt. Conv., Nov. 1903— Apr. 1910; p. South 
Paris, 1910—. 

FREDERIC WILLIAM FARR, b. Litchfield, Me., Mar. 16, 
1800. C. U. 1882; N. T. I. 1882-85; ord. Biddeford, Me., 
Mar. 16, 1886; p. Biddeford, 1886— Sept. 1888; Milford, Mass., 
, Oct. 1888— Aug. 1891; p. People's ch. and dean Miss. Tm. C, 
New York, N. Y., Aug. 1891-95; p. Bethlehem ch., Philadelphia, 
Pa., Nov. 1895 — ; author. Manual of Christian Doctrine, 1894; 
The Representative Christ, 1898; ad. 1932 North 17th St., 
Philadelphia. S. T. D., Temple C, 1906. 

GEORGE RICE HOVEY, b. Newton Centre, Mass., Jan. 17, 
1860. B. U. 1882; N. T. I. 1882-85, post-grad. 1885-86; act. p. 
Harrison, Me., Nov. 1896— May 1897; prof. Heb. and O. T. 
Lit., Rich. T. S., 1887-91, prof. Gr. Interp. and Heb. 1891-97; 
pres. Way. S. and C, 1897-99; prof. Theol., Psy., and Eth., Va. 
Un. U., 1899—, vice-pres., 1899-1905, pres., 1905—; author, 
Hebrew Word Book, 1902; ad. Richmond, Va. D. D., Temple 
C, 1901, B. U., 1902. 

ROBERT MacDONALD, b. Liverpool, N. S., July 22, 1860. 
Ac. C. 1878-79; N. T. I. 1882-85; ord. Georgetown, June 1, 
1885; p. Georgetown, 1885— Sept. 1887; Methuen, Oct. 1887— 
Apr. 1891; Warren Ave. ch., Boston, May 1891— Dec. 1897; 
H. U., 1894; p. Washington Ave. ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., 
Jan. 1898—; author. Mind, Religion and Health, 1910; 
ad. 100 Lefferts Place, Brooklyn. S. T. B., H. U., 1896; 
Ph. D., N. Y. U., 1910. 

"TvIANUEL CASAUS MARIN, b. Zaragoza, Spain, Dec. 22, 
1857. C. U. 1882; N. T. I. 1882-85, post-grad. 1885-86; ord. 
Boston, Oct. 20, 1886; miss. A. B. M. U., Barcelona, Spain, Nov. 
1886-1910; d. Sabadell, Jan. 3, 1910. 

GEORGE DANA SANDERS, b. Patten, Me., July 11, 1851. 
C. U. 1882; N. T. I. 1882-85; ord. East Gloucester, June 22, 
1885; p. Chapel St. ch., Gloucester, June 1885— June 1893; 
health failed ; chapl. 8th Mass. Mil., May 1890—98; on Gen. 
J. F. Sanger's staff, Matanzas, Cuba, Jan. — May, 1899; 
p. Unit, ch., Waterville, Me., Jan. 1905—. 

=*=ELI NO YES SMITH, b. Toronto, Can., Dec. 6, 1853. L. U. 
1874; N. T. I. 1882-85; ord. Springfield, July 1, 1885; p. 3d ch., 
Springfield, 1885— Aug. 1889; prin. Howe A., New Iberia, La., 
Sept. 1889-96; d. Boston, Mass., Sept. 3, 1896. 



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HOWARD BENJAMIN TILDEN, b. ChestervUle, Me., Sept. 
13, 1848. C. U. 1878; ord. Lamoine, Me., Oct. 1880; p. 
Lamoine, Feb. 1880— Sept. 1882; N. T. I. 1882-85; p. Kdgar- 
town, 1885-88; Chester, Vt., Aug. 1888-91; Cherryfield, Me., 
Mar. 1891-93; ev. Me., Mass., Vt., la., 1893-96; p. Dover and 
Foxcroft, Me., 1896-1900; Waldoboro, 1901— June 1904; Bar 
Harbor, July 1904-05; Tenants Harbor, 1905-08; w. c. Surry, 
1908-09; Peru, Vt., 1909—. 

GEORGE BOICE TITUS, b. Westport, N. S., Dec. 4, 1849. 
Ac. C. 1875-77; ord. Osborne, N. S., Mar. 26, 1874; p. Osborne, 
Sept. 1873 — Sept. 1875; Beaver River and Port Maitland, Sept. 
1877— Sept. 1882; N. T. I. 1882-85; p. Saco, Me., July 1885— 
Nov. 1890; Everett, Mass., Dec. 1890— Oct. 1900; 1st ch. 
Brockton, Oct. 1900— Oct. 1906; w. c. Brockton, Oct. 1906— 
Sept. 1907; p. Melrose Highlands, Sept. 1907— Jan. 1911; West 
Bridgewater, Feb. 1911—. A. M., Cy. C, 1899. 

CHARLES HORACE WHEELER, b. Grantville, now 
Wellesley Hills, Mass., Mar. 25, 1859. B. U. 1882; N. T. I. 
1882-85; ord. 4th ch., Providence, R. I., May 20, 1885; p. 
Pittsfield, N. H., Nov. 1885— June 1886; North Attleboro, 
Mass., July 1886— June 1892; Winchester, June 1892— Apr, 
1894; Im. ch., Cincinnati, O., Aug. 1894— Oct. 1896; Laporte, 
Ind., Nov. 1896— Jan. 1900; 1st ch., Belvidere, 111., Jan. 1900— 
Apr. 1902; Iowa City, la., Apr. 1902— Sept. 1903; Danvers, 
Mass., Oct. 1903— Feb. 1907; New London, N. H., Feb. 1907— 
Dec. 1908; Warren Ave. ch., Brockton, Dec. 1908— Mar. 1912. 
•B. D., N. T. I., 1910. 



*ALBERT GREENE, b. Scituate, R. I., Apr. 24, 1853. B. 
U. 1882; N. T. I. 1882-85, omitted Heb. and rec. spec, cert.; 
ord. West Sutton, June 25, 1885; p. West Sutton, June 1885— 
Mar. 1888; Warren, Me., Apr. 1888— May 1890; 1st ch.. East 
Providence, R. I., Aug. 1890— Feb. 1897; w. c. Westerly, 
1897-98; d. Westerly, Oct. 7, 1898. 

*Berwick Manning, b. Boston, Mass., June 21, 1859. A. C. 
1882; N. T. I. 1882-83; d. Boston, Aug. 6, 1884. 

Beverley Newton Nobles, b. Springfield, N. B., Sept. 8, 1855. 
Norm. Sch., Fredericton; N. T. I. 1881-83; ord. Brussel St. ch., 
St. John, N. B., July 26, 1883; asst. p. St. John, some mos.; 
Toronto Bapt. C. 1883-84; p. Jacksonville, N. B., May 1884— 
Nov. 1886; Lockeport, N. S., Nov. 1886— Oct. 1889; Wood- 
stock, N. B., Oct. 1889— Oct. 1890; Gibson, Oct. 1890— June 
1893; Bear River, N. S., June 1893— Nov. 1897; Kentville, 
Nov. 1897— Nov. 1900; Ludlow St. ch., St. John, N. B., Nov. 
1900— Mar. 1905; Sackville, Mar. 1905-08; St. Martin's, 1908—; 



180 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1885 

author, A Vision of Jesus, 1903; Jesus' Family Troubles, a 
Devotional Study, 1906. 

*Horatio Nelson Parry, b. Port Maitland, N. S., Oct. 4, 1849. 
Ac. C. 1875-77; ord. Gaspereaux, N. S., Apr. 25, 1877; p. Gaspe- 
reaux, June 1876— Dec. 1877; West Yarmouth, Jan. 1878— 
Sept. 1882; N. T. I. 1882-83; p. Lockeport, N. S., May 1883— 
Sept. 1886; w. c. Ohio; p. Temple ch., Ohio, Apr. 1887— Aug. 
1888; Aylesford, Jan. 1889— Mar. 1891; New Glasgow, Apr.— 
Sept., 1891; w. c. New Glasgow, 1891-93; p. Chester, Aug. 
1893— Nov. 1896; Upper Wilmot, Nov. 1896-1903; d. Gaspe- 
reaux, Nov. 18, 1903. 

Anson Joseph Webb, b. Rodman, N. Y., Sept. 22, 1857. M. 
U. 1879-80; N. T. I. 1882-83; not ord.; tea. mus., N. Y., Mass.; 
ces. Lexington, Mass., 1898 — . 



Thomas De Grtichy, b. Island of Jersey, May 18, 1858. N. T. 
I. 1883-85; ord. Newton Upper Falls, June 25, 1885; p. Newton 
Upper Falls, 1885— June 1886; Revere, Aug. 1886— Aug. 1889; 
Plantsville, Conn., Nov. 1889— May 1891; Cent, ch., Chicopee, 
Mass., June 1891— Aug. 1894; Wakefield, R. I., Feb. 1895— July 
1897; Scranton, Pa., Sept. 1897— Feb. 1903; Penn Yan, N. Y., 
Mar. 1903-10; Medina, 1910—. 



Henry Stanton Davis, b. New Boston, N. H., June 30, 1846. 
Grad. Med. C; ord. Feb. 14, 1879; p. Waseca, Minn.; East 
Canaan, N. H., Nov. 1882— Nov. 1883; N. T. I. 1883-84; p. 
Middletown Springs, Vt., 1884-85; North Granville, N. Y., 
1886-91; Corinth, 1891-93; Newton Upper Falls, Mass., 1894; 
Meredith, N. H., 1895-97; phys. Meredith, 1897-99; p. Grafton, 
N. Y., 1899-1901; Hancock, Mass., May 1901— Apr. 1905; 
Easton, Conn., May 1905-06; w. c. Easton, 1906-08; Bethel, 
1908—; ad. R. F. D. 23, Danbury. 

Herbert Tilden, b. Chesterville, Me., June 18, 1850. C. U. 
1875; prin. Black River A., Ludlow, Vt., 1875-76; ord. 
Lamoine, Me., July 6, 1877; p. Lamoine, Sept. 1876— Dec. 
1879; Bar Harbor, Dec. 1879— Dec. 1880; Sedgwick, Dec. 
1880— Aug. 1883; N. T. I. 1883-84; prin. Bear River A., 
Vt.; p. Oldtown, Me., Jan. 1885— Sept. 1886; Farmington, Sept. 
1886— Nov. 1892; Cedar Rapids, la., Nov. 1892— Mar. 1899; 
w. c. 1899-1901; s. s. Cong, ch., Wilton, Me., Jan. 1901— Nov. 
1902; p. Bapt. ch., Sanford, Me., Dec. 1902— July 1906; Fargo, 
N. D., 1906— June 1910; w. c. Farmington, Me., July 1910— 
Oct. 1911; p. Hebron, and instr. Bib. Lit., H. A., Nov. 1911—. 
D. D., Des M. C, 1909. 21— *7 



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1886 

R. O. Sherwood, Class Secretary 

* James Eugene Hamilton, b. Goodwood, Ont., Oct. 15, 1857, 
Ord. June 1881; B. U. 1883; B. U. T. S., B. D., 1884; N. T. I., 
post-grad., aut. 1885; p. Vineyard Haven, June 1886-90; Hope 
Valley, R. I., Nov. 1890— Sept. 1891; prof. Log. and Psy., John 
B. Stetson U., Deland, Fla., 1893-94; d. Deland, June 15, 1894, 

*GranviIIe Corey Shirk, b. Oxford, O., Nov. 21, 1841. Prep, 
dept. U. Chic. 2 yrs.; B. U. T. S. 1874-77; ord. Barrington, 111., 
June 1, 1876; p. Barrington, 1876-78; Whitewater, Wis., Aug. 
1878-81; Mitchell, Ind., Jan. 1882-83; La Salle, 111., Jan.— 
Sept., 1885; N. T. I., post-grad., 1885-86; p. Whiting, Vt., July 
1886-88; Lyons Farms, N. J., Dec. 1890— Apr. 1892; s. Hunts- 
ville. Mo., MBy 1892—?; Toledo, la.,?— July 1894; w. c. Dana, 
Ind., 1894— Dec. 1896; s. Rockville, Dec. 1896— Apr. 1897; 
w. c. Montezuma, 1897-99; p. Michigan City, Dec. 1899-1901; 
d. Michigan City, Apr. 29,' 1901. 



CHARLES REUBEN BAILEY, b. Magog, P. Q., Apr. 19, 
1863. Tu. C. and D. S. 1881-84; N. T. I. 1884-86; ord. Hamp- 
ton Falls, N. H., May 17, 1886; p. Hampton Falls, 1886— Aug. 
1889; North Oxford, Mass., Sept. 1889— May 1892; Salem 
Depot, N. H., June 1892— Aug. 1893; ord. Epis. dea., Penacook, 
Apr. 25, 1894, pt., June 29, 1895; min. St. Mary's Epis. ch., 
Penacook, Aug. 1893-98; stud. Epis. D. S., Cambridge, Mass., 
1894-96; r. St. Andrew's ch., Manchester, N. H., sum. 1898— 
Dec. 1911; St. John's ch., Taunton, Mass., Dec. 1911—; ad, 
7 King St., Taunton. Ph. B., I. Vv^es. U., 1887, and Ph. D., 
1892; S. T. B., Epis. D. S., Cambridge, Mass., 1896. 

JAMES ALBERT BROWN, b. Brooklyn, Conn., Feb. 27' 
1855. B. U. 1883; N. T. I. 1883-86; s. Akron, O., 1886— Jan' 
1887; ord. Newark, July 14, 1887; p. Newark, May 1887— 
Nov. 1888; Bedford, May 1889— Oct. 1891; Stillwater, Minn., 
Oct. 1891— Nov. 1897; Ypsilanti, Mich., Dec. 1897— Apr. 
1903; Aurora, 111., May 1903— Apr. 1905; Urbana, May 1905— 
Oct. 1906; post grad., U. Chic, 1906-07; p. Bloomington, Ind., 
May 1907 — ; ad. 115 East Fourth St., Bloomington. 

FRANCIS HOWARD DAVIS, b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 6, 
1860. B. U. 1882; N. T. I. 1883-86; act. p. Exeter. N. H., 
sum. 1886; ord. Franklin Falls, Apr. 21, 1887; p. Franklin 
Falls, 1887— Feb. 1892; Foxboro, Mass., Apr. 1892— Jan. 1895; 
Livermore Falls, Me., Jan. 1895 — June 1896; Tiverton, R. I., 
Mar. 1898-1903 ; postgrad. A. T. S. 1903-04; agt. Mass. Bible Soc, 
1905; s. 1st ch., Lawrence, Mass., and others, 1906-07; p. Wales, 



182 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1886 

1908-09; iu bus. and lit. stud., 1909-10; cont. to press; ad. 121 
Main St., Bradford Dist., Haverhill, Mass. 

RICHARD BARTLETT ESTEN, b. Attleboro, I\Iass., Sept. 
2, 1855. B. U. 1880; N. T. I. 1883-86; ord. Amesbury, May 
24, 1886; p. Amesbury, 1886-91; Westfield, May 1891— Sept. 
1900; Roslindale, Oct. 1900— Sept. 1910; Ilsley Mem. ch., 
Middlebury, Vt., Oct. 1910—. D. D., Mid. C, 1911. 

WILLIAM CHIPMAN GOUCHER, b. Berwick, N. S., May 
12, 1861. Ac. C. 1883; N. T. I. 1883-86; ord. Camden, Me., 
July 27, 1886; p. Camden, 1886— June 1888; St. Stephen, N. 
B., June 1888—. 

LUCIUS HIPPOLYTE, b. Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Feb. 27, 
1857. M. U. 1882; ord. New Haven, Conn., June 16, 1884; N. 
T. I. 1882-86, non-res. win. 1884-86; stud. Paris, France, 1885- 
90; miss. Port-au-Prince, Haiti, May 1890 — . 

*EDWIN PALMER HOYT, b. Lebanon, N. H., Aug-. 14, 
1859. C. A. 1878-82; N. T. I. 1883-86; ord. Lisbon Falls, Me., 
July 15, 1886; p. Lisbon Falls, June 1886— June 1887; Lake 
Village, now Lakeport, N. H., July 1887— Apr. 1890; memb. 
N. H. leg., 1889; p. Beverly Farms, Mass., May 1890— Sept. 
1895; Roseville, 111., Oct. 1895— Sept. 1897; Auburn, Ind., 
Dec. 1897— Dec. 1898; in bus., Lowell, Mass., 1899-1904; p. 
Derby, Vt., Apr. 1904— Apr. 1906; miss. A. B. H. M. S., Man- 
hattan, Mont., 1906-08; Caspar, Wyo., 1908-09; Glenrock, 
1909-10; d. Omaha, Neb., Feb. 20, 1910. 

CHARLES STANWOOD LEMONT, b. Bath, Me., Nov. 10, 

1853. C. U. 1879; N. T. I. 1883-86; in bus. Haverhill, Mass.; 
ad. 15 Ringold St., Haverhill. 

MARION ROWLAND PERRY, b. Content Landing, Bolivar 
Co., Miss., Sept. 25, 1854. L. U. 1883; N. T. I. 1883-86; ord. 
12th ch., Boston, June 11, 1886; tea. Pine Bluff, Ark., 1887-98; 
in bus.. Pine Bluff, 1898—; ad. 300 West Barraque St., Pine 
Bluff, Ark. 

RICHARD OTIS SHERWOOD, b. Ridgefield, Conn., Sept. 3, 

1854. B. U. 1883; N. T. I. 1883-86; ord. North Abington, Apr. 
14, 1886; p. North Abington, 1886— Oct. 1890; Adams, Oct. 
1890— July 1893; South Norwalk, Conn., July 1893— Oct. 1898; 
1st ch., Somerville, Mass., Oct. 1898- May 1905; Attleboro, 
May 1905— Oct. 1911; ad. 19 Hayward St., Attleboro, Mass. 

WINDSOR HERBERT WYMAN, b. Peru, Me., Apr. 14, 
1857. C. U. 1878-79; N. T. I. 1883-86; ord. Winchendon, 
June 24, 1886; p. Winchendon, June 1886— June 1890; North 



1886] STUDENTS 183 

Abington, Dec. 1890— Nov. 1894; fd. and prop. Bay State 
Nurseries, North Abington, 1894 — ; 



Emil Benjamin Bary, b. St. Petersburg, Russia, Dec. 24, 1855. 
U. Chic; B. U. T. S. 1 yr.; ord. St. Charles, 111., June 29, 1881; 
p. St. Charles; Newton Upper Falls, Mass., 1883-84; N. T. I. 
1883-84; p. Chauncy ch., Lafayette Ind., Feb. 1888—?; A. T. 
S., grad. 1892; p. Cent. Cong, ch., Bangor, Me., 1892-94; be- 
came a Unit.; in bus.; res. Melrose, Mass., 1894 — 1901; ? ? 

Edward Parish Brand, b. Laurel Point, W. Va., Aug. 9, 1854. 
U. W. Va. 1878-80; ord. Zoar, W. Va., Oct. 30, 1880; p. Forks 
of Cheat, Apr. 1880— Aug. 1883; N. T. I. 1883-85; p. Dun- 
kard, Pa., 1885-86; Madisonvdle. O., 1886-89; Alpha 111., 
and Orion, 1890-91; Atchison, Kans., 1891-92; Cambridge, 
111., 1892-95; Orion, 1895-98; supt. miss.. 111., Sept. 1898—; 
publ. ///. Baptist Annual for 13 yrs.; publ. ///. Baptist Bulletin 
for 3 yrs.; ad. 201 North School St., Normal, 111. D. D., 
Ewing C. 1906. 

Alexander Angus McLeod, b. Valley Field, P. E. I., June 1853. 
N. T. I. 1883-86, EngUsh course and N. T. Exeg. rec. spec, cert.; 
miss. East Point, P. E. I., 1886-90; miss. C. B. M. S., Cocanada, 
India, 1890-92; Ramachandrapuram, 1892—1905; Peddapuram 
1905—; on furlough, 1910—; ad. 2516 York St., Vancouver, 
B. C. 

Gates Charles Symonds Wallace, b. Canaan, Kings Co., N. S., 
Nov. 28, 1856. Ac. C. 1883; N. T. I. 1883-85; ord. 1st ch., 
Lawrence, Jan. 28, 1885; p. Istch., Lawrence, Jan. 1885 — Dec. 
1890; Bloor St. ch., Toronto, Can., Jan. 1891— Nov. 1895; 
chan. McM. U. and prof. Homil., 1895-1905; p. 1st ch., Lowell, 
Mass., June 1905— Oct. 1908; 1st ch., Baltimore, Md., Nov. 
1908 — ; assoc. ed. Baptist Young People's Union, several 
yrs.; author. The Life of Jesus, 1894:; ad. 1012 West Lafayette 
Ave., Baltimore, Md. D. D., Ac. U., 1897; LL. D., Mercer U., 
1897, Queen's U., 1903, McM. U., 1909. 

Whitman Lillibridge Wood, b. Exeter, R. I., Feb. 19, 1857. 
N. T. I. 1883-86, EngUsh course and N. T. Exeg. rec. spec, cert.; 
B. U. 1886-87; ord. Natick, R. I., May 19, 1887; p. Natick, 
1887— July 1893; Woodlawn ch., Pawtucket, Aug. 1893—; 
ad. 265 Lonsdale Ave., Pawtucket. 



Joseph McKean, b. West Medway, Mass., Apr. 21, 1856. 
N. T. I. 1884-86; ord. Preston City, Conn., Aug. 11, 1886; 
act. p. and p. Preston City, Mar. 1886— Dec. 1888; p. Niantic, 
Dec. 1888— Aug. 1891; Winchendon, Mass., Sept. 1891— June 



184 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1887 

1896; Niantic, Conn., July 1896— Oct. 1897; Branford, Oct. 
1897— Sept. 1902; 3d ch., Fall River, Mass., Oct. 1902— Sept. 
1906; Mt. Washington ch., Haverhill, Sept. 1906— Aug. 1908; 
Townshend, Vt., Sept. 1908-. 

*NapoIeon Gregoire, b. Napierville, P. O., Dec. 16, 1849. 
Assomption and Montreal C. 1861-67; stud, law, 1867-69; with 
Roman Catholic order Peres Oblats, 1869-71; Rom. Cath. U., 
Ottawa, Can., 1871-73; ord. pt. Fraser River, B. C, June 21, 
1874; miss. B. C, 1874-83; Grande Ligne Miss., P. Q., 1884; 
N. T. I. 1884-85; p. Bapt. ch., South Ely, P. Q., Oct. 1885— 
Apr. 1889; ind. miss., Worcester, Mass., and Haverhill, 1889-91; 
Bapt. miss. St. Johns, P. O., 1891-94; p. St. Pie, May 1894— 
May 1897; miss, and writer for Grande lyigne Miss. Bd., May 
1897-1900; p. Maskinonge, Sept. 1900— Aug. 1907; South 
Ely, Sept. 1907— Aug. 1908; d. Three Rivers, Aug. 15, 1908. 

*John Hope Johnstone, b. Glasgow, Scot., Feb. 29, 1852. 
N. T. I. 1884-85; ord. Neponset, Dec. 16, 1885; p. Neponset, 
1885-86; Palatka, Fla., 1886-90; w. c. Neponset, Mass., 1891- 
96; p. Pa'atka, Fla., June 1896-97; d. Palatka, May 10, 1897. 

21— *5 
1887 
R. W. Van Kirk, Class Secretary 

HERBERT LINCOLN CAULKINS, b. Roxbury, Mass., 
Nov. 6, 1860. W. A. 1880-84; N. T. I. 1884-87; ord. Cam- 
bridge, July 20, 1887; p. Presque Isle, Me., Sept. 1887— Aug. 
1898; Yarmouth, Sept. 1898— July 1907; Hartland, Aug. 
1907— Jan. 1912; Littleton, Mass., Jan. 1912— 

WILLIAM JACOB CLOUES, b. Boston, Mass., Mar. 3, 1860. 

B. U. 1884. N. T. I. 1884-87; ord. Dover, Me., July 27, 1887; 
p. Dover and Foxcroft, July 1887 — Jan. 1888; Littleton, Mass., 
Oct. 1888— July 1899; Montpelier, Vt., Oct. 1899— Feb. 1902; 
Warner, N. H., Apr. 1904— Nov. 1909; w. c. Charlestown, 
Mass., 1909-1911; asst. lib. N. T. I., Sept. 1911—; author, 
A Teacher's Message, 1896; ad. 24 Ripley St., Newton Centre. 

JOHN ERNEST CUMMINGS, b. Saco, Me., June 22, 1862. 

C. U. 1884; N. T. I. 1884-87; ord. Biddeford, Me., Sept 1, 
1887; miss. A. B. M. U., Henzada, Burma, 1887—. D. D., Cy. 
C, 1905. 

HENRY FRANKLIN DEXTER, b. Village Creek, la., Jan. 
27, 1863. C. U. 1884; N. T. I. 1884-87; ord. Hartland, Me., 
Sept. 24, 1887; p. Hartland, Aug. 1887— Oct. 1894; s. Cam- 
bridge, July 1890-93; asst. p. Gosp. Temp. Miss.. Portland, 
June 1895—; ad. 35 Plum St., Portland. 



1887J STUDENTS 185 

ROBERT HENRY FERGUSON, b. Roxbury, Mass., Nov. 
4, 1857. B. U. 1884; N. T. I. 1884-87; ord. Dorchester, June 
22, 1887; p. Dorchester Temple ch., 1886-88; miss. A. B. M. U., 
Bhamo, Burma, 1888-89; prof. B apt. T. S. Yokohama, Japan, 
1889-90; p. Poultney, Vt., 1890-92; pres. Los Angeles U., and 
prof. Psy. and Eth., 1892-93; res. grad. B. U., and U. ext. 
lect., 1893-94; ord. Epis. dea., Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 17, 
1894, pt., Ashland, N. H., Nov. 12, 1895; p. St. Mark's eh., 
Ashland, and St. Peter's, Holdemess, 1894-96; stud, med., 
Boston, 1874-77, Ashland, N. H., 1894-96, U. V. M., Jan.— July, 
1897, Jan.— June, 1898, D. C, July— Nov., 1897; M. D., U. V. 
M., 1898; phys. and surg., Boston, Mass., 1898-1904; anaesthet- 
ist, East Orange, N. J., 1904 — ; author. The Star of Bethlehem, 
An Astronomical Study, 1885, 1895; When Was Jesus Born? 
1886, 1895; Service of Synagogue in the Time of Jesus Christ, 
1886; Muhaiumad and the Qur'an, 1889; Inhalation Anaesthetics, 
1906; Ethyl Chloride and Ethyl Bromide, 1907; ad. 9 North 
Munn Ave., East Orange, N. J. Sc. D., Carnegie U., Chicago, 
111.. 1910. 

JOHN MARSHALL FOSTER, b. Portland, Me., July 21, 
1857. C. U. 1877; N. T. I. 1884-87; ord. Waterville, Me., Oct. 
17, 1887; miss. A. B. M. U., Swatow, China, Nov. 1887—; pres. 
Vashon C, Burton, Wash., 1903-08; ad. A. B. F. M. S., Swatow, 
China. D. D., Cy. C, 1903. 

SHAILER MATHEWS, b. Portland, Me., May 26, 1863. C. 
U. 1884; N. T. I. 1884-87; assoc. prof. Rhet. and instr. Eloc, 
X. U.. July 1887— July 1889; prof. Hist., C. U., Aug. 1889-94; 
instr. N. T., N. T. I., 1888-90; stud. U. Berlin, 1890-91; assoc. 
prof. N. T. Hist, and Interp., U. Chic, 1894-97, full prof. 1897— 
1905; jun. dean D. S., 1899-1908; prof. Sys. Theol., 1905-6; 
prof. Hist, and Comparative Theol., 1906—; dean D. S., 1908—; 
author. Select Mediaeval Documents, 1891, 1900; The Social 
Teaching of Jesus, 1897; A History of New Testament Times in 
Palestine, 1899, 1910; (with E. D. Burton) Constriictive 
Studies in the Life of Christ, 1901 ; The French Revolution — a 
Sketch, 1901; (with E. D. Burton) Principles and Ideals for the 
Sunday School, 1903; The Messianic Hope in the New Testament, 
1905 ; The Church and the Changing Order, 1907 ; The Social Gospel, 
1910; The Gospel and the Modern Man, 1910; ed. The World 
Today, 1903-11; New Testament Handbooks; Bible for Home 
and School; Social Betterment Series; Handbooks of Ethics and 
Religion. D. D., Cy. C, 1901, O. C, 1908. 

AUGUSTUS ERVING SCOVILLE, b. Newton, la., Apr. 20, 
1856. B. U. 1884; N. T. L 1884-87; ord. Dover Plains, N. Y., 
Nov. 13, 1887; p. Dover Plains, Nov. 1887-91; Akron, O., Dec. 



186 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1887 

1891— July 1898; Melrose, Mass., Dec. 1899—; ad. 82 Upham 
St., Melrose. 

HERBERT EDGAR THAYER, b. Farmingdale, Me., Oct. 3, 
1860. B. U. 1882; N. T. I. 1884-87; ord. Hopkinton, N. H. 
Sept. 7, 1887; p. Hopkinton, July 1887— Feb. 1893; Warren, 
Me., Mar. 1893— Dec. 1898; Ludlow, Vt., Dec. 1898— Nov. 
1904; Park Mem. ch., Springfield, Mass., Dec. 1904—; ad. 77 
Garfield St., Springfield. 

EDWARD PRATT TULLER, b. Hartford, Conn., Apr. 16, 
1859. B. U. 1884; N. T. I. 1884-87; ord. Providence, R. I., 
May 19, 1886; p. Branch Ave. ch., Providence, 1886— May 
1887; 1st ch., Newport, May 1887— May 1892; 2d ch., 
Lawrence, Mass., June 1892 — June 1901; 1st ch., Detroit, 
Mich., June 1901— July 1904; Mem. ch., Chicago, 111., July 
1904 — June 1906; Brighton Ave. ch., Boston, June 1906—; 
cont. rel. press; lect. Rel. Psy., N. T. I., 1909-10; ad. Allston, 
Boston, Mass. D. D., Kal. C, 1904. 

BENJAMIN FRANCIS TURNER, b. Dover, Me., Dec. 24, 

1855. C. U. 1884; N. T. I. 1884-87; ord. North Middleboro, 
Oct. 6, 1886; p. North Middleboro, June 1886— Oct. 1887; 
miss. A. B. M. U., Tavoy, Burma, Oct. 1887— Oct. 1888; Maul- 
main, Burma, Nov. 1888— Oct. 1889; p. Buxton Centre, Me., 
Jan. 1890— Oct. 1895; South Norridgewock, Nov. 1895— Oct. 
1900; Buckfield, East and West Sumner, Nov. 1900— Oct. 
1903; Rumford, Nov. 1903— Oct. 1904; Brunswick and Tops- 
ham, Nov. 1904— June 1908; Hallowell, July 1908-10; North 
Berwick, 1910—. 

CHARLES RUSSELL UPTON, b. Lowell, Mass., July 20. 

1856. B. U. 1884; N. T. I., 1884-87; ord. Providence, R. I., 
June 17, 1887; p. Grand Forks, N. Dak., July 1887— Apr. 1888; 
Waterville, Minn., July 1888— July 1891; Fair Haven, July 
1891— July 1892; tea. 1892; in bus., 1893-94; p. Spring Valley, 
Mum., Feb.— Oct., 1895; Clinton Falls, Oct. 1895— Aug. 1898; 
Minneota, Nov. 1898— Dec. 1900; Sleepy Eye, Dec. 1900— Apr. 
1902; publ. Hanska, Apr. 1902— Sept. 1903; p. North Conway, 
N. H., Mar. 1904— Aug. 1905; Grafton, Vt., Aug. 1905— Sept. 
1907; Hudson Centre, N. H., Sept. 1907— Sept. 1909; far., 
Greenville, N. H., Sept. 1909— Nov. 1911; p. Georgia, Vt., 
Dec. 1911 — ; ad. East Georgia. 

ROBERT WOODS VAN KIRK, b. South Strabane, Pa., Oct. 
6, 1860. P. C. 1884; N. T. I. 1884-87; ord. 1st ch., Fall River, 
Oct. 14, 1887; asst. p. 1st ch.. Fall River, Sept. 1887— Sept. 
1889; p. 2d ch., Grand Rapids, Mich., Oct. 1889— Dec. 1893; 
Ypsilanti, Mich., Jan. 1894— Oct. 1897; Rockland, Me., Nov. 



1887] STUDENTS 187 

1897— Mar. 1903; 1st ch., Jackson, Uich., Apr. 1903— Mar. 
1909; Lincoln Park ch., West Newton, Mass., Apr. 1909—. 

GARNET! ROSCOE WALLER, b. Northampton Co., Va., 
Feb 17, 1858. L. U. 1884; N. T. I. 1884-87; ord. Baltimore, 
Md., June 22, 1887; State ev., S. B. C, and Md. Ev. Assoc, 
1887-88; org. Trinity ch., Baltimore, June 1888; p. Trinity ch., 
Baltimore, 1888-1910; pres. Clayton-Williams U., Baltimore, 
1908-1910; ad. 325 E. 23d St., Baltimore, Md. D. D., 
Va. Un. U., 1903. 

ROBERT WHITAKER, b. Padiham, Eng., Sept. 9, 1863. 
Lawrence A., Gro ton, Mass., lyr.; N.T.I. 1884-87; ord, Wal- 
tham, June 10, 1887; miss. A. B. H. M. S., Mexico, July 
1887— July 1888; p. Seattle, Wash., Sept. 1888— Dec. 1889; 
Salem, Ore., Feb. 1890— July 1893; Oakland, Cal., July 1893— 
Dec. 1897; gen. miss, and cor. sec. Bapt. Conv. of Cal., Jan. 
1898— Jan. 1901; p. Palo Alto, 1901; lit. work, lect., and ev., 
1902-03; 1907-09; p. Oakland, 1903-07; Los Gatos, 1909—; 
ed. page. Pacific Baptist, 1891-99; author. The Man who 
Might Have Been, 1896; My Country, and Other Verse, 1906; 
The Gospel at Work in Modern Life, 1910; ed. The Insurgent, 
1910—. 

JOHN BRAINERD WILSON, b. Peabody, Mass., Feb. 11, 
1860. H. U. 1884; A. T. S. 1884-86; N. T. I. 1886-87; ord. 
Peabody, July 7, 1887; p. Freeport, Me., July 1887— Aug. 
1891; res. grad. A. T. S. 1891-92; p. 1st ch., Dorchester, July 
1892 — May 1901; asst. p. Washington Ave. ch., Brooklyn, N. 
Y., Sept. 1901— Mar. 1902; p. Pleasant St. ch., Concord, N. H., 
Mar. 1902—; ad. 82i Warren St., Concord. 



Thomas Vassar Caolkins, b. Amenia, N. Y., Mar. 20, 1859. 
U. R. 1883; B. U. T. S. 1884-85, 1886-87; N. T. I. 1885-86; 
ord. Chippewa Falls, Wis., Oct. 28, 1887; p. Chippewa Falls, 
1887— Oct. 1890; Fond du Lac, Nov. 1890— Oct. 1897; Brew- 
ster, N. Y., Jan. 1898— Nov. 1903; Greenville and New Ipswich, 
N. H., Nov. 1903— Nov. 1907; Gowanda, N. Y., Nov. 1907—; 
B. D.,B. U.T. S., 1887. 

Frank "William Holmes, b. Cambridge, Mass., May 27, 1862. 
H. U. 1884; N. T. I. 1884— Dec. 1885; health failed ; not ord.; 
in bus., Cambridge, 1886 — ; res. 82 Magazine St., Cambridge. 

William Eliot Knight, b. Lexington, Ky., Nov. 16, 1862. 
Cent. C, Ky., 1884; S. B. T. S. 1884-85; N. T. I. 1885-86; L. 
T. S. 1886-87; on ed. staff Cincinnati Evening Post, Sept. 
1887— spg. 1888; ord. Cent. Presb. ch., Denver, Col., July 1888; 
p. Presb. ch., Georgetown, 1888-91; p. el. Colfax, la., 1891-96; 



188 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1887 

p. Un. ch., Milan, Mo., 1897 — Jan. 1901; w. c. Lexington, 
Ky., 1901—; author, The Mormon Church Polity, 1889; The 
Kennedy Memorial, \^^Z\ The Shadows that Pass, 1894; Red 
Star Sermons, 1894; ad. The Meadow Farms, Lexington, Ky. 

*George Constantmc Tsaras, b. Argalaste, Thessaly, Dec. 22, 
1852. U. At. 1879-81; N. T. I. Nov. 1884-87, rec. spec, cert.; 
ord. Bapt. Tabernacle, Boston, Sept. 6, 1888; Bapt. Seminar, 
Hamburg, Ger. ; pr. and Bib. worker, Athens, Greece, 1889-91; 
pr. Presb. ch., Piraeus, 1892-95; sec. and interp. for an Eng. pr., 
Athens, 1896 — ? ; trans, of tracts; d. New York, N. Y., about 
1906. 



* Joseph Hamilton Fletcher, b. Kilmarnock, Scot., May 14, 
1853. Ac. C. U yrs.; N. T. I. 1885-87; ord. Mar. 15, 1882; p. 
South Hanson, Mass., 1887-91; Woodville, 1891-96; Salem 
Depot, N. H., 1896— Apr. 1902; d. Boston, Mass., Aug. 13, 1902. 

James Frank Jones, b. Alna, Me., Oct. 3, 1856. Wat. C. I.U 
yrs.; N. T. L 1885-87; ord. South Penobscot, Me., Sept. 8, 
1887; p. Penobscot, July 1887— June 1891; Swan's Island, 
May 1892— Sept. 1893; Mt. Vernon, Dec. 1893— Sept. 1896; 
Bowdoinham, Dec. 1897— July 1903; Windsor, Aug. 1903— 
Sept. 1909; Saint George, Oct. 1909—. ' 

Hemmay Shwaytoo Klaipo, b. Teeloe, Toungoo, Burma, Apr. 
5, 1860. N. T. I. 1885-87; tea. pub. sch., and miss., 1887-1909; 
ord. Bwe Karen Sch., Toungoo, Burma, Nov. 4, 1909; asst. 
miss, and trav. pr. for Bwe Karen Miss., 1909 — ; ad. Toungoo, 
Burma; author. Short Life of Paul (in Karen); Do Not Do 
(in Karen). 

Rwssell Sparks Sargent, b. New Vienna, O., Mar. 31, 1859. 
D. U. 2§ yrs.; N. T. L 1885-87; ord. Boston, May 18, 1887; p. 
Long Prairie, Minn., and Sauk Centre, 1887-89; Luveme, 1889- 
91; Pawpaw, 111., 1891-96; Peoria, 1896-97; Chrisman, aut. 
1897-1903; Yorkville, 1903-04; Camanche, la., Dec. 1904—. 

Thomas Arthur "Whitaker, b. Padiham, Eng., Nov. 26, 1857. 
N. T. I. Feb. 1886-87; ord. Waltham, June 10, 1887; p. Santa 
Clara, Cal., Dec. 1887-89; in bus., Seattle, Wash., 1889-91; Oak- 
land, Cal., 1891-92; Shirley, Mass., 1892-94; p. New Kirk, 
Okl., 1894-96; in bus., Worcester, Mass., 1896-98; fin. sec.Mt. 
Olive Indust. Bib. Trn. Sch., Peoples, Ky., 1898-1901; p. Scipio, 
N. Y., 1901-03; Chittenango, 1903-06; pres. World's Welfare 
Un., 1907—; ad. 294 Washington St., Boston, Mass.; anthor, 
In Business for What? 1906; ed. World's Welfare. 



1888] STUDENTS 189 

*Enoch Hants Sweet, b. Newport, N. S., May 11, 1855. A. C. 
1884; ord. Porte Lome, N. S., Feb. 28, 1882; p. Porte Lome 
and Middleton, 1882— Sept. 1885; N. T. I. 1885-86; p. Ayer 
and Shirley, June 1886— Dec. 1887; North ch., Brockton and 
Brookville, Jan. 1888— Dec. 1890; home miss., S. Dak., Feb.— 
Aug. 1891; p. Windsor, Vt., Oct. 1891— Dec. 1894; Mansfield, 
Mass., Jan. 1895— Oct. 189S; Las Vegas, N. Mex., Oct. 1898- 
1901; Fullerton, Cal., 1901-04; Chino, Dec. 1904— June 1905; 
d. Chino, Jan. 29, 1905. 

*Arth«r Benjamin Thombs, b. ElHottsville, Me., Dec. 8, 1857. 
W. A. 1884; N. T. I. 1884-86; ord. Winthrop, May 26, 1886; p. 
Winthrop, 1886— Jan. 1888; d. Marlboro, Dec. 4, 1888. 

27— *4 
1383 

F. A. Snow, Class Secretary 

EDWIN PALMER BURTT, b. Lowell, Mass., Apr. 4, 1858. 
C. U. 1884; N. T. I. 1884-86, 1887-88; Y. D. S., 1888-89; ord. 
Buxton Centre, Me., Mar. 13, 1889; p. Biddeford, Mar. 1889— 
Sept. 1890; Groton, Mass., Sept. 1891— May 1894; West New- 
ton, May 1894-99; ind. miss.. Shin Hing, South China, 1904^. 

LINDSEY BAXTER GOOD ALL, b. Keswick, Va., Mar. 1, 

1861. Way. S. 1881-85; N. T. I. 1885-88; ord. Boston, May 11, 
1888; p. North Orange, N. J., 1888— Dec. 1889; Augusta, Ga., 
Jan. 1890— June 1891; Istch., Charlottesville, Va., July 1891— 
May 1895; Shiloh ch., Charlottesville, and Pleasant Grove ch., 
Gordonsville, June 1895— Dec. 1897; fin. agt. Valley Inst., Jan. 
1898-1900; state org. ch. and S. S., W. Va., 1900-05; p. 
Macedonia ch.,Ansonia, Conn., 1905-08; Mt. Sinai, Va., 1902 — ; 
author. Reflecting Incidents, 1904; Living Hymns, 1905; 
ad. Earlysville, Albe Co., Va. 

JOSEPH MANSFIELD LOxNG, b. Brookline, Mass., Nov. 21, 

1862. H. U. 1885; N. T. I. 1855-88; ord. Canton, Me., Dec. 
12, 1888; p. Canton, June 1888— Dec. 1891; East Winthrop, 
Dec. 1891— Sept. 1897; Harrington, Sept. 1897— Aug. 1901; 
1st ch., Dorchester, Mass., Aug. 1901— Dec. 1903; on staff U. S. 
Civ. Serv. Cmn., and occ. s. chs., Dec. 1903 — ; s. s. New Glatz, 
Md., Nov. 1906 — Nov. 1907; cor. The Watchman; cont. to 
magazines and period.; ad. 1218 Lawrence St., Brookland, D. C. 

ROBERT ALEXANDER McGUINN, b. Sabbot Hill, Va., 
July 5, 1860. Way. S. 1881-85; N. T. I. 1885-88; ord. Balti- 
more, Md., sum. 1888; p. Annapolis, Sept. 1888-89; gen. miss, 
ev., Md., 1889-91; p. Oakland, Cal., Mar. 1891— Nov. 1894; 
Jersey City, N. J., Feb. 1895— May 1896; miss. Oklahoma Ter., 



190 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1888 

1896-98; Md. Hosp. for Insane, Catonsville, Baltimore, Md., 
1900 — ; author. The Race Problem in the Churches, IS'^l; cont. 
to Poets of America, 1890; and to press. 

FRED ALBERTIS SNOW, b. North Berwick, Me., Nov. 23. 
1861. C. U. 1885; N. T. I. 1885-88; ord. Rockport, Me., Oct, 
18, 1888; p. Rockport, Aug. 1888— June 1892; Park Rapids, 
Minn., July 1892— Apr. 1895; Cherryfield, Me., Feb. 1896— 
Dec. 1903; Old Town, Dec. 1903—. 

FRANIC CURTIS WHITNEY, b. West Danby, N. Y., Jan. 
30, 1853. Com. U. 1880; instr. Ithaca, N. Y., 1880-82; prin- 
Skaneateles A. 1882-84; N. T. I. 1885-88; ord. Groton, Oct. 21, 
1884; p. Groton, Aug. 1884— Sept. 1889; Crookston, Minn.. 
Oct. 1889— Nov. 1891; Chic. Ave. ch., Minneapolis, Dec. 
1891— Aug. 1893; 1st ch., Austin, Sept. 1893— Oct. 1900; 
Rochester, Oct. 1900-07; North Yakima, Wash., 1907—. 



*CIarencc Gardner, b. New London, N. H., Dec. 12, 1858. 
B. U. 1883; tea. Burlington Coll. Inst., la., 1883-84; N. T. I. 
1885-88; not ord.; prof. Gr., Cent. U., Bella, la., 1888-89; w. c. 
New London, N. H., 1889-93; d. New London, June 8, 1893. 

Frank Arthur Heath, b. Boston, Mass., Mar. 20, 1860. M. U. 
1885; M. U. T. S. 1885-86; N. T. I. 1886-87; ord. West Acton, 
/une 7, 1888; p. West Acton, Apr. 1888-91; Mem. ch., Bingham- 
ton,N.Y., July 1891-93; 1st ch., Middletown, Aug. 1893-1900; 
res. Seattle, Wash., 1904 — ; in ind. miss, work, 1911 — . 

Tillman Bowden Johnson, b. Water Valley, Ky., Sept. 20, 
1859. CI. C, Ky., 1882, post-grad. 1882-83; S. B. T. S. 1883- 
85; ord. Clinton, Ky., Sept. 1883; p. Clinton, July 1885— June 
1886; N. T. I. 1886— Mar. 1887; p. Salem Depot, N. H., Dec. 
1886— Dec. 1888; Laconia, Dec. 1888— Mar. 1891; 1st ch., 
Lynn, Mass., Apr. 1891-1902; Dorchester Temple ch., Boston, 
Apr. 1902— Nov. 1907; Texarkana, Ark., Nov. 1907—; ad. 611 
Beech St., Texarkana, Ark. D. D., CI. C, 1903. 

Robert Henry Middleditch, b. Red Bank, N. J., July 12, 1861. 
N. Y. U., 1885; U. T. S. 1885-86; N. T. I. 1886-87; M. U. T, S. 
1887-88; ord. Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 22, 1888; act. p. Camden, 
N. J., Sept. 1888— June 1889; asst. ed. Christian Inquirer, 1890- 
93; p. Ridley Park, Pa., Jan. 1893— May 1904; in bus., June 
1904—; ad. Westfield, N. J. 

Absalom Lewis Powell, b. Rockland, N. B., Mar. 12, 1854. 
Ac. C. 1883; ord. St. Mary's Bay, N. S., Oct. 17, 1883; p. St. 
Mary's Bay, June 1883— Sept. 1885; N. T. I. 1885-87; p. 
Guysboro, N. S., and Manchester, June 1887— May 1889; Stam- 



1888] STUDENTS 191 

ford, Vt., June 1889— May 1895; Hancock, Mass., July 1895— 
Nov. 1899; act. p. North Sunderland, 1899— Apr. 1901; p. 
Addison, Vt., Apr. 1901 — May 1903; w. c. Saxton's River, 
May 1903— Apr. 1904; p. Meriden, N. H.. Apr. 1904— Jan. 
1908; Chester Basin, N. S., Jan. 1908— Dec. 1909; Gaspereau, 
Dec. 1909—. 



* James Simmons Cranston, b. Providence, R. I., Mar. 4, 1858. 
Norwich A. 1884-80; N. T. I. 1886-88; ord. Norwich, Conn., 
Aug. 15, 1888; p. Chesham, N. H., Nov. 1888— June 1892; 
Preston City, Conn., July 1892-98; s. Bozrah, 1896-97; p. Salem, 
1896-99; Saybrook, May— Sept., 1899; d. Norwich, Sept. 8, 
1899. 

Granville Hunt, b. Campbell Co., Va., May 15, 1859. L. U- 
1885-86; N. T. I. 1886-88; ord. Port Richmond, N. Y., Dec. 11, 
1889; p. St. Phillips ch., Port Richmond, 1889— Dec. 1890; 
miss. A. B. H. M. S., Berlin, Md., Dec. 1890— Dec. 1891; p. 
Antioch ch., New York, N. Y., Dec. 1892— Dec. 1897; Grace 
Chap, ch., Mt. Vernon, Jan. 1898—. D. D., Lynchburg S. 
and C, Lynchburg, Va., 1906. 

* James Wells McGregor, b. Boston, Mass., Nov. 17, 1854. 
N. T. I. 1886-88; ord. Stoneham, May 31, 1888; p. Stoneham, 
Feb. 1888— Mar. 1891; Hyannis, Apr. 1891-98; d. Hyannis, 
May 19, 1898. 

William Cutten Skiles, b. Chelsea, Mass., Aug. 30, 1857. 
N. T. I. 1886-88; ord. Kansas Centre, now Frederick, Kans., 
Nov. 29, 1889; p. Frederick, 1889— Nov. 1891; Redemption, 
May 1890—?; Beverly, Nov. 1890— Apr. 1894; Solomon 
City, Dec. 1891— Sept. 1892; Barnard, Sept. 1892— Apr. 1894; 
Chase, Apr. 1894— July 1896; Raymond, Mar. 1895— Nov. 
1896; Albion ch., near Olmitz, Apr. 1894— Nov. 1898; Ray- 
mond, Oct. 1899- Oct. 1900; Lyons, Oct. 1899- June 1901; 
disab. ; ret. ; ad. Frederick, Kans. 

Elwyn Osmer Taylor, b. Chatham, Mass., July 5, 1861. 
Derby A., Hingham, 1877-79; in bus., 1879-86; N. T. I. 1886- 
88, post-grad. 1888-89; ord. Billerica, June 13, 1889; p. 
Billerica, 1888— Nov. 1891; asst. p. Tremont Temple ch., 
Boston, Nov. 1891— Oct. 1892; p. Bunker Hill ch., Charles- 
town, Oct. 1892-95; ev., especially among the French in New 
Eng., 1895-97; p. West Royalston and V/arwick, May 1897- 
1901; Middlebury, Vt. 1901-04; Paris, Me., 1904-07; George- 
town, Mass., 1907—; 



Llewellyn Joshua. Tingley, b. Margaree,"'C. B., Sept. 9, 1860. 
Ac. C; N. T. I. 1886-87; R. T.;S. 1887-88; ord. Jordan River, 



192 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1889 

N. S., Sept. 20, 1888; p. Shelburae, Sand Point, and Jordan 
River chs., res. Sherburne, N. S., 1888-89; Melvern Square, 
1890-97; Freeport, 1897-99; Clementsvale, N. S., 1899-1902; 
Hammond's Plains, 1902-03; St. Margaret's Bay, 1903-06; 
Pugwash, 1906-08; Falmouth, 1908-10; Brookfield, Jan. 1911—. 

17— *3 
1889 

L. S. BowERMAN, Class Secretary 
GEORGE RICKER BERRY, b. West Sumner, Me., Oct. 15, 
1865. C. U. 1885; N. T. I. 1886-89; ord. Liberty, Me., Nov. 
7, 1889; p. Liberty, 1889— Nov. 1892; stud. U. Chic, 1892-95, 
fellow in Sem. Lang., 1893-94, asst. Sem. Lang., 1895-96; instr. 
Sem. Lang., Colg. T. S., 1896-98, prof. 1898—; author. The 
Letters of the Rm 2 Collection in the British Museum, 1896; 
A New Old Testament, 1897; A N ew Lexicon to the Neiv Testament, 
1897; The Book of Proverbs, (in Am. Comm.), 1904; The 
Old Testament among the Semitic Religions, 1910; ad. Hamil- 
ton, N. Y. Ph. D., U. Chic, 1895; D. D., Cy. C, 1904. 

LOUIS SCHARL BOWERMAN, b. Dresden, Ger., May 9, 
1864. S. W. B. C. 1886; N. T. I. 1886-89; ord. Medfield, May 
28, 1889; p. Medfield, June 1889— May 1891; Randoloh, June 
1891— Nov. 1896; 1st ch., Seattle, Wash., Dec. 1896- Aug. 
1902; Im. ch., St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 1902— Sept. 1905; stud. 
N. T. I., and U. Chic, Oct. 1905— May 1906; s. s. Barry, 111., 
June 1906— Aug. 1907; p. East Side ch.. Salt Lake City, Utah, 
Sept. 1907 — Oct. 1908; Im. ch., (consolidation East Side and 
1st chs.) Salt Lake City, Oct. 1908—; ad. 269 South 11th St. 
East, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

WILLIAM ABRAHAM CREDITT, b. Baltimore, Md., July 
14, 1864. L. U. 1885, post-grad. 1885-86; N. T. I. 1SS6-S9; 
ord. Baltimore, Md., June 1889; gen. miss. A. B. H. M. S., 
Md. and D. C, May 1889— Aug. 1890; tea. State U., Louisville, 
Ky., 1890-91, and p. Frankfort, Oct. lS90-^ept. 1892; tea. 
State Norm. Sch., Frankfort, 1891-92; p. Berean ch.. Wash- 
ington, D. C, Sept. 1892— Dec 1897; Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 
1897—; ad. 628 South 19th St., Philadelphia. D. D., L. U., 
1900. 

JOHN LINCOLN DEARING, b. Webster, Me., Dec 10, 
1858. C. U. 1884; tea. 1884-86; N. T. I. 1886-89; ord. Lisbon 
Falls, Me., June 25, 1889; miss. A. B. M. U., Yokohama, Japan, 
1889 — ; pres. Yokohama Bapt. T. S., and prof. Theol. and Eth., 
1894-1908; gen. miss. A. B. M. U. for Japan, China, and P. I., 
1908-10; miss. Yokohama, Japan, 1910—; ad. 67 A Bluff, 
Yokohama; author. Outline of Theology (in Japanese), 1905, 
1906. D. D., Cy. C, 1900. 



1889] STUDENTS 193 

GEORGE COLEMAN GOW, b. Ayer, Mass., Nov. 27, 1860. 
B. U. 1884; N. T. I. 1885-89; not ord.; instr. Mus., Smith C, 
Northampton, 1889-95; prof. Mus., Vas. C, 1895—; author, 
The Stritcture of Music, 1895; cont. to American History and 
Encyclopaedia of Music; ad. Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Mus. D., 
B. U., 1902. 

HARRY HORATIO HALL, b. Upper Sussex, N. B., Aug. 28, 
1863. Ac. C. 1886; N. T. I. Feb. 1887-89; ord. Emerson, Mani- 
toba, Aug. 16, 1889; p. Emerson, 1889-93; Portage la Prairie, 
1893-99; Emerson C. Or., Boston, Mass., 1897-99; res Winnipeg, 
Manitoba, in 1902; Stuardbum, ? — 1905; far. Winnipeg, in 1911; 
ad. 102 Betoumey St., Winnipeg. 

SAMUEL WILLIS HAMBLEN, b. Lovell Center, Me., Sept. 
12, 1862. B. U. 1886; N.T. 1. 1886-89; ord. North Berwick, Me., 
Sept. 26, 1889; miss. A. B. M. U., Sendai, Japan, Nov. 1889— 
June 1899; Tokyo, Dec. 1900— May 1909; ed. Gleanings, 
1894-96, 1902-09; in U. S. on furlough, July 1899— Nov. 1900, 
June 1909—; ad. Granville, O. 

JOHN CHESTER HYDE, b. Philadelphia, Pa., May 8, 1864. 
U. P. 1886; N. T. I. 1886-89; ord. Newton Centre, May 22, 
1889; miss. A. B. M. U., Congo Free State, Africa, Nov. 1889— 
Nov. 1892; p. 2d ch., Waterford, Conn., Aug. 1893— Nov. 
1902; 2d ch., Newport, R. I. Nov. 1902— Jan. 1905; 1st ch., 
Dexter, Me., Sept. 1905— Oct. 1909; asst. p. Euclid Ave. ch., 
Cleveland, 0., Oct. 1909—; ad. 2040 East 69th St., Cleveland. 

JOHN LEWIS, b. St. Clears, South Wales, Oct. 14, 1858- 
Pontypool Bapt. C, Wales, 1885; ord. Port Elgin, N. B., Oct- 
28, 1885; p. Port Elgin, Oct. 1885— Aug. 1886; N. T. L 1886-89; 
p. Cheltenham, Ont., Sept.— Nov., 1889; Black River Falls, 
Wis., Jan.— July, 1890; Nev^cassel, Oct. 1890— Oct. 1891; 
Mauston, Oct. 1891— May 1892; Sydney, N. S., May 1S92— 
Mar. 1895; Campellton, N. B., May — Aug., 1895; Antigonish, 
N. S., Dec. 1895— June 1897; Morehead City, N. C, Jan. 1898— 
Sept. 1899; Clayton, Oct. 1899— Oct. 1901; Southern Pines, 
Nov. 1901 — June 1902; Clarksville and Aaron's Creek, Va., 
June 1902— Apr. 1904; Aaron's Creek, Apr. 1904— Apr. 1906; 
Natural Bridge, Apr.— Oct., 1906, Nov. 1906— Apr. 1910; in 
bus., May 1910 — ; ad. Acadia Cottage, Southern Pines, N. C. 

*LEROY JOHNSON MONTAGUE, b. Sparta, Va., Jan. 6, 
1856. L. U. 1886 ; N. T. I. 1886-89 ; ord. 53d St. ch.. New York, 
N. Y., May 27, 1889; p. Annapolis, Md., June 1889— June 1891; 
ev. Baltimore, July 1891— Dec. 1893; p. Mt. Vernon, N. Y., 
Jan. 1894— Oct. 1897; Ebenezerch., Boston, Mass., Dec. 1897— 
Nov 1906; d. Boston, Nov. 29, 1906. 



194 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1889 

EBENEZER NELSON PIERCE, b. Plymouth, Mass., July 
24, 1851. Bost. Lat. Sch. 1872; N. T. I. 1877-79, 1888-89; ord. 
Mt. Desert, Me., Sept. 14, 1881; p. Mt. Desert, 1879-80; Weld 
and East Dixfield, 1880-81; Mt. Desert, 1881-83; Charleston, 
1883-85; Alna, 1886-88; Colerain, Mass., Mar. 1889-90; West- 
em, Neb., 1890-93; Avon, Mass., Jan. 1894-95; Gayhead, 1895- 
96; Winter Harbor, Me., 1896— Sept. 1897; sales. Whitney- 
ville, Lubec, Machias; health failed, res. Tampa, Fla., Atlanta, 
Ga.; p. Great Bend, Kans., Mar. 1908-09; Larned, 1909-10; 
s. Cong, ch., Lyndeboro, N. H., sum. 1910; p. Cong, ch., North 
Falmouth, Mass., Nov. 1910—. 

THOMAS JEFFERSON RAMSDELL, b. Lubec, Me., Nov. 
13, 1859. C. U. 1886; N. T. L 1886-89; ord. South Paris, Me., 
Oct. 30, 1889; p. South Paris, July 1889— Dec. 1901; Caribou, 
Jan. 1902—. 

JOSEPH SOMERS RUSSEL, b. Rancocas, N. J., July 28, 
1860. B. U. 1886; N. T. I. 1886-89; ord. Warwick, R. I., Mar. 
26, 1890; p. Warwick, 1890— Oct. 1891; Hope Valley, Nov. 
1891— Feb. 1898; Atlantic Highlands, N. J., Mar. 1898— Mar. 
1901; Presb. chs., Cottonwood Falls, Kans., and Dodge City, 
Mar. 1901— June 1907; ext. work Presb. Bd. H. M.; author, 
Outline Studies of Genesis, 1894; ad. Roy, N. Mex. 

ELISHA SANDERSON, b. Canton, N. Y., Mar. 6, 1862. C. 
U. 1886; N. T. I. 1886-89; ord. Greenville, N. H., June 19, 1889; 
p. Greenville, 1889— Aug. 1895; New Ipswich, June 1889— 
Aug. 1895; Hopkinton, Sept. 1895— Apr. 1899; Moosup, 
Conn., May 1899— Dec. 1902; Montville, Jan. 1903— Dec. 
1908; Sedgwick, Me., Jan. 1909—. 

ARTHUR LINCOLN SNELL, b. Lawrence, Mass., Apr. 7, 
1865. H. U. 1886; N. T. I. 1886-89; ord. Foxboro, Sept. 11, 
1889; p. Foxboro, 1889— Sept. 1891; West Somerville, Oct. 
1891— Sept. 1900; Fitchburg, Oct. 1900— Jan. 1911; sec. A. B. 
F. M. S., N. Y. dist., Feb. 1911—; ad. 23 East 26th St., New 
York, N. Y. 

JOHN MILTON WALDRON, b. Lynchburg, Va., May 19, 
1863. L. U. 1886; N. T. I. 1886-89; ord. Washington, D. C, 
Sept. 1890; p. Berean ch., Washington, 1890— Mar. 1892; 
Bethel ch., Jacksonville, Fla., Mar. 1892— June 1907; Shiloh 
ch., Washington, D. C, June 1907 — ; ed. rel. papers; prof. 
Fla. Eapt. C; lect. How. U.; ad. 1334 V St. N. W., Washing- 
ton, D. C. S. T. D., L. U., 1904. 



Richard Henry Baker, b. Hatfield, Eng., Nov. 14,1852. C. 
U. 1883; ord. Eastport, Me., Aug. 22, 1883; p. Cherryfield, 



1889] STUDENTS 195 

1883— June 188G; N. T. I. 1886-87; asst. p. 6th St. ch., New 
York, N. Y., July 1887— June 1888; p. Hendrix St. ch., Brook- 
lyn, July 1888-1903; 1st ch., Mount Holly, N. J., 1903—. 

Francis Harris Parker Beals, b. Inglisville, N. S., Sept. 27, 
1856. Ac. C. 1886; N. T. I. 1886— Mar. 1887; ord. Billtown, 
N. S., May 12, 1887; p. Billtown, 1887— Feb. 1889; Hebron, 
Feb. 1889— May 1895; Canso, May 1895— Oct. 1901; Digby, 
Oct. 1901— Oct. 1902; health failed, w. c, Oct. 1902— Sept. 
1904; p. Antigonish, vSept. 1904-05; 1st ch., CornwalHs, Nov.. 
1905—; ad. Upper Canard, N. S. 

Otis Allen Freeman, b. Worcester, Mass., Aug. 17, 1861. B. 
U. 1886; N. T. I. 1886-87; not ord.; tea. Atlanta, Ga., 1887-88; 
mechanic, Worcester, Mass., 1888-98; Westboro and Worcester, 
1898—; ad. in 1911, 22 Salem St., Worcester. 

Henry Frink, b. Preston, Conn., Aug. 7, 1854. B. U. 1886; 
N. T. I. 1886-87; C. T. S. Sept.— Dec, 1887; R. T. S. Jan.— 
May, 1888; not ord.; far. Preston, Conn., 1888—. 

JAMES THOMAS LIGHTFOOT, b. Chattanooga, Tenn., Nov. 
20, 1855. Car. C. 1884-86; ord. Chtattanooga, Tenn., June 
7, 1885; p. Mill Spring, Feb. 1884— Sept. 1885; Mansfield's 
Gap, Leadvale, Sept. 1885— Sept. 1886; N. T. I. 1886-89, rec. 
spec, cert.; miss. Silver City, N. M., Sept. 1889— Apr. 1890; 
assoc. miss.. Mo., 1891-92; p. Lake City, Fla., Oct. 1892— Oct. 
1893; Springplace, Ga., 1897—? ; res. Dexter, N. Mex. 1910. 

Donald Gordon Macdonald, b. Uigg, P. E- I., Feb. 15, 1843. 
Ac. C. 2 yrs.; ord. Newport, N. S., Jan. 16, 1873; p. Newport, 
1873; Charlottetown, P. E. I., 1873-80; Sackville, N. B., 1880- 
83; ev. N. B., N. S., and P. E. I., 1883-86; N. T. I. and p. 
Ashland, 1886— Dec. 1887; Toronto Bapt. C. and p. Mem. ch., 
Toronto, Can., 1888— May 1889; p. Stratford, Ont., 1889-92; 
Halifax, N. S., 1892-95; North Sydney, 1895— Nov. 1897; ev. 
Manitoba, Dec. 1897— Jan. 190S; ev. Sask., Jan. 1908— Jan. 
1910; B. C, Jan. 1910—; author, Bible Baptisma, 1875; 
Arrows from the Divine Quiver; Plain Truths for Thoughtful 
People; ad. Nanaimo, B. C, Can. B. Th., Toronto, Bapt. C, 
1889. 

Charles Albert Parker, b. Ludlow, Me., Jan. 8, 1859. B. U. 
1886; N. T. I. Feb.— Dec, 1887; R. T. S. Jan. 1888-89; ord. 
Houlton, Me., July 26, 1889; p. Gunnison, Colo., and Lake City, 
Dec 1889— Dec. 1891; Lake City, Dec. 1891— Nov. 1893; s. 
Carver, Mass., Dec. 1893— Dec. 1894; H. U. D. S. 1893-95; 
p. Calvary ch., Ouincy, Feb. 1895— Sept., 1898; Los Gates, 
Cal., Sept. 1898— Nov. 1900; Im. ch., San Jos^, Oct. 1901— 



196 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION 11889 

May 1903; w. c, health failed, 1903-1906; p. Redwood City, 
Jan. 1906—. 

Herman Joseph Powell, b. Ionia, Mich., Jan. 30, 1864. U. 
Mich. 1886; N. T. I. 1886-87; ord. Springlake, Mich., Oct. 
14, 1887; s. Springlake, May 1887— Aug. 1888; B. U. T. S. 
1888-90; p. Creston, la., May 1890— Sept. 1894; Joliet, 111., 
July 1895— Feb. 1897; w. c. Ionia, Mich., 1897-99; p. Carls- 
bad, N. Mex., Jan. 1900— Feb. 1902; Albuquerque, Feb. 
1902— Mar. 1904; s. in Cal., 1904; asst. A. B. M. U., Boston, 
Mass., Jan. 1905— May 1907; far. and occ. s., 1907—; ad. Santa 
Ana, Cal., R. F. D. 1. 

David Price, b. Merthyr Tydvil, Wales, Jan. 19, 1858. Llan- 
gollen Bapt. C, Wales, 1879-82; ord. Holyhead, May 16, 1882; 
p. Holyhead, 1882— Oct. 1884; Paradise, N. S., Dec. 1884— 
Aug. 1886; N. T. I. 1886-87; p. Cambridge, N. S., July 1887— 
June 1890; Isaac's Harbor, July 1890— June 1894; Tyron, P. 
E. I., Sept. 1894— May 1900; Milton ch., Yarmouth, N. S., 
Nov. 1900— Nov. 1904; North River, P. E. I., Dec. 1904— Oct. 
1^06; Milton; N. S., Nov. 1906— Nov. 1908; Dartmouth, Dec. 
1908-July 1911; Middle Sackville, N.B., Aug. 1911—. 

Hibbert Binney Smith, b. Brookfield, N. S., Sept. 5, 1858. 
Ac. C. 1886; N. T. I. 1886-87; ord. Little River, N. S., Sept. 11, 
1887; p. Canso, 1887-90; Springhill, 1890-96; Sydney, C. B., 
1896-98; New Germany, N. S., Sept. 1898— Dec. 1905; Melvem 
Square, Jan. 1906— Mar. 1912; Hebron, Mar. 1912—. 

Edward Arthur Tack, b. Milford, N. H., Feb. 6, 1860. A. C. 
1885; Chic. T. S. (Cong.) 1886-87; N. T. I. Sept.— Dec, 1887; 
R. T. S. 1888— May 1889; miss. Newburgh, N. Y., 1889-91; ord. 
Newburgh, Nov. 10, 1891; p. People's ch., Newburgh, May 
1891-96; Summer St. ch., Nantucket, Mass., Nov. 1896— Dec. 
1897, People's ch., Dec. 1897— June 1899; ev. work, 1899-1900; 
p. Otisfield, Me., Cong, ch., and, Casco, Me., Un. ch., 1901-03; 
miss, to lumbermen, under Me. H. M. Soc, 1904; N. H. state 
miss., Cong., 1905; p. Cong, ch.. West Stewartstown, N. H., 
1906-07; West ch.. Concord, N. H., 1908—; ad. 518 North State 
St., Concord, N. H. 



Burton Crankshaw, b. Blackburn, Eng., Feb. 1, 1851. N. T. 
I. 1887-89; ord. 2d ch., Cambridge, Sept. 17, 1889; Cp. East 
Cambridge, 1889— Aug. 1893; w. c. Fall River, 1893—1900; 
Nashua, N. H., 1900—; memb. city govt., 1906-08; ad. 1 Tyler 
St., Nashua. 

*"WiIIiam Butler Crowell Merry, b. Vineyard Haven, Mass., 
June 14, 1861. N. T. I. 1887-89; ord. Salem Depot, N. H., 
June 27, 1889; p. Salem Depot, Apr. 1889— Aug. 1891; High- 



1890] STUDENTS 197 

land ch., Fitchburg, Mass., Sept. 1891— Dec. 1897; Union Sq. 
ch., Somerville, Jan. 1897 — July 1903; supt. Boston Bapt. 
City Miss. Soc, 1903-11; d. Taunton, July 5, 1911. 

William Allen Chipman Rowse, b. Lockeport, N. S., Oct. 4, 
1852. Ac. C. 1885-86; N. T. I. 1887-89; ord. Upper St. Mary's, 
N. S., Apr. 6, 1887; p. Upper St. Mary's and Port Hilford, 
Apr.— Sept., 1887; Pocasset, Mass., Jan. 1888-90; Pendleton, 
Ore., 1890-91; Chehalis, Wash., 1891; Mt. Vernon and Sedro- 
Wolley, 1891-94; became a Disciple; p. Mt. Vernon, 1895-96; 
in bus., Kenmare, N. D., 1896-1901; p. Kelso, Wash., 1901-03; 
in bus., Kelso and Seattle, 1903—; ad. 121 11th Ave., Seattle. 



Joseph Edward Dinsmore, b. Marblehead, Mass., June IQ, 

1857. Marblehead A., 1875; N. T. I. 1887-89; ord. Marble- 
head, Feb. 11, 1886; p. Merrimacport, Jan. 1886— May 1887; 
Newton, N. H., May 1887— Oct. 1888; Huntington, Mass., 
Jan. 1889-1890; South Chelmsford, 1890— Aug. 1891; Cottage 
City, 1891-92; North Leverett, 1893— Dec. 1894; Fayville, 
Jan. 1895— Mar. 1897; res. Pendleton Hill, Conn., Aug. 1898— 
June 1900; New Bedford, Mass., June 1900— Aug. 1902; p, 
Nantucket, Aug. 1902— Oct. 1904; Rowe, Dec. 1904-07; 
occ. s. and ev. work, Lowell, May 1908 — ; ad. 101 Grand St., 
Lowell, Mass. 

Sidney Eagene Packard, b. Warren, Me., Dec. 8, 1860. N, 
T. I. 1887— Feb. 1889; ord. Newcastle and Alna, Me., May 9, 
1889; p. Newcastle and Alna, Feb. 1889— Sept. 1891; Rock- 
land, 1891-92; Hodgdon, 1892— Sept. 1893; Waldoboro, 1893- 
94; Liberty, 1894-95; Martinsville, 1895-97; Rockport, 1897- 
1900; Johnson, Vt., Oct. 1900-02; Mechanic Falls, Me., Nov, 
1902— Aug. 1903; Waldoboro, Sept. 1903-05; s. s. Friendship, 
Nov. 1905-11; ad. Waldoboro. 

"Walter James Swaffield, b. Bristol, Eng., Dec. 6, 1857. East 
London Inst. 1873-75; ord. Port Hawkesbury, N. S., Aug. 20, 
1880; ev., Can., 1880-85; p. Fairville ch., St. John, N. B., 1885- 
87; N. T. I. 1887-88; p. Mariner's ch., Boston, May 1888-96; 
Summit Ave. ch., Jersey City, N. J., 1896-1903; Lexington 
Ave. ch., New York City, Mar. 1904— Nov. 1906; 1st ch., 
Lawrence, Mass., Dec. 1906 — Dec. 1911; author, A Scriptural 
Catechism, 1905; D. D., Potomac U., 1908. 33— *2 

1890 

H. F. Perry, Class Secretary 

HENRY DUGWELL BENTLEY, b. Halifax, N. S., Jan. 31, 

1858. Ac. C. 1881; N. T. I. 1887-90; miss. Winnipeg, Mani- 
toba, aut. 1890— Oct. 1891; miss. p. Ord, Neb., Nov. 1891— Jan, 



198 THE NE\\T:'0N THEOLOaiCAL INSTITUTION [1890 

1893; ord. Ord, Mar. 8, 1892; s. Northboro, Mass., Feb.— May, 
1893, p. May 1893— May 1895; BluehiU, Me., Nov. 1895— 
Sept. 1897; Bristol, R. I., Sept. 1898— Apr. 1901; Grenfell, 
Sask., Jan. 1902— Oct. 1904; miss, ch., Medora, Man., Oct. 
1904— Oct. 1905; miss, ch., Chemanais, B. C, Nov. 1905— Mar. 
1906; far., Wetaskiwin, Alta., 1906—. 

*CHARLES HOVEY BROWN, b. Boston, Mass., Apr. 24, 
1858. M. I. T. 1880; N. T. I. 1887-90; ord. Willington, Conn., 
Oct. 2, 1890; p. Willington, 1890-99; Newport, Vt., Nov. 
1899— July 1906; Saxton's River, Aug. 1906— July 1908; d. 
Saxton's River, July 23, 1908. 

JUDSON BILLINGS BRYANT, b. Knox, Me., June 30, 1862. 
C. U. 1886; N. T. L 1887-90; ord. China, Me., Sept. 26, 1890; 
p. China, 1890— Feb. 1891; Bowdoinham, Feb. 1891— Oct. 
1892; Wayne and Fayette, Dec. 1893— Sept. 1899; in bus. 
1899—; ad. 237 Stevens Ave., Woodfords, Portland, Me. 

WILLIAM EDWARD COOPER, b. Middletown, N. J., Feb. 
23, 1862. M. U. 1887; N. T. I. 1887-90; not ord.; miss, work 
Headdon's Corner, N. J., and other places, June 1890 — May. 
1891; p. Montana, May 1891 — May 1892; miss, work, Alden, 
Lorraine, Waverly Park, Tremly, Garwood, and elsewhere, 
Feb. 1893— July 1896; Waverly Park, Tremly, Garwood, and 
elsewhere, Feb. 1897— July 1902; Alden, Tremly, New Orange, 
Sept. 1902— Feb. 1904; N. J. State Hosp., Feb. 1904— Apr. 1911 ; 
miss. Keansburg, June-Sept., 1911; New York, N. Y., Sept. 
1911—; ad. 91 Charles St., New York. 

EDWIN LEWIS GATES, b. Melvem Square, N. S., Mar. 23, 
1862. Ac. C. 1887; N. T. I. 1887-90; ord. Fiskdale, June 5, 
1890; p. Fiskdale, Mar. 1890— Aug. 1893; Warner, N. H., Nov. 
1893— Mar. 1899; Crown Hill ch., Nashua, Apr. 1899— May 
1904; Presque Isle, Me., June 1904— Sept. 1909; Dover-Fox- 
croft, Sept. 1909—. 

*CHARLES HADLEY, b. Lewiston, Me., Aug. 5, 1864. Ba. 

C. 1886; N. T. I. 1887-90; ord. Lewiston, Me., July 16, 1890; 
miss. A. B. M. U., Perambore, Madras, India, 1890-94; d. Lewis- 
ton, Me., Dec. 21, 1895. 

P^^ WILLIAM BERNARD HUTCHINSON, b. Glenholm, N. S., 
Jan. 16, 1861. Ac. C. 1886; N. T. I. 1886-87, 1889-90; McM. 
U.tD. S. 1887-88; R. T. S. 1888; ord. Quebec City, P. Q., Jan. 
29,^889; p. Quebec City, Jan— Sept., 1889; North ch., Topeka, 
Kans., Aug. 1890— Feb. 1904; 1st ch., Salida, Colo., Feb.— 
July, 1904; 1st ch., Lawrence, Kans., Aug. 1904— July 1907; 
pres.^Ac. U., Aug. 1907— Aug. 1909; p. 1st Ave. ch., Hutchinson, 
Kans., Sept. 1909 — ; ad. 522 1st Ave. East, Hutchinson, Kans. 

D. D., Ott. U., 1901. 



1890] STUDENTS 199 

FRIEDRICH WILHELM KLEIN, b. Sommerfeld, Prussia, 
Dec. 14, 1859. P. A. A. 188G-87; N. T. I. 1887-90; ord. New- 
ton Centre, May 15, 1890; miss. A. B. M. U., Assam, May 1890— 
Aug. 1891; tea. Boston, Mass., win. 1891-92; p. Wenham, 
Apr. 1892— Feb. 1895; Andover, Feb. 1895— Apr. 1900; 
Stratham, N. H., Oct. 1900— Feb. 1904; Pownal, Vt., Feb. 
1904 — Mar. 1906; Bapt. and Free Bapt. chs., Greene, Me., 
Apr. 1906— Dec. 1909; Bapt. ch., Mt. Vernon, Jan.— Nov., 
1910; tea. theol. dept.. Bishop C, Marshall, Tex., Dec. 1910— 
May 1911; p. Mt. Vernon, Me., June 1911 — . 

WILBUR BROWN PARSHLEY, b. Urbana, O., Sept. 14, 
1859. Ord. Liveoak, Fla., Jan. 29, 1882; p. Liveoak and 
Madison, Sept. 1881 — Sept. 1882; act. p. Narragansett Pier, 
R. I., aut. 1882— sum. 1883; B. U. 1886; act. p. Phenix, R. I., 
July 1886— Sept. 1887; N. T. I. 1887-90; s. East Cambridge, 
spg. 1888— aut. 1889; miss. A. B. M. U., Nemuro, Japan, 1890- 
95; Yokohama, 1895—, prof. Ch. Hist., Bapt. T. S., Yokohama, 
and later, Tokyo, 1895 — , pres., 1908 — ; ad. 45 Hisakata cho, 
Koishikawa, Tokyo. D. D., B. U., 1911. 

HENRY FRANCIS PERRY, b. Plymouth, Mass., Oct. 6, 
1861. W. A. 1887; U. Chic, 1899; N. T. I. 1887-90; ord. 
Hudson, June 12, 1888; p. Hudson, June 1888— Nov. 1890; 
Hyde Park, Dec. 1890— Nov. 1896; spec. stud. H. U., Bost.U., 
andU. Chic; p.Chicago.Ill., Dec. 1896— Nov. 1903; Jarvis St. 
ch., Toronto, Ont., Dec. 1903— June 1909; lect. on Past. Theol., 
McM. U. 1907-09; p. Vancouver, B. C, July 1909—; ad. 1017 
Nelson St., Vancouver, B. C. D. D., S. C, 1902, McM. U., 1909. 

ARTHUR LEONARD WADSWORTH, b. New Sharon, Me., 
Jan. 4, 1864. B. U. 1886; tea. Adams, Mass., 1886-87; N. T. I. 
1887-90; ord. Providence, R. I., June 17, 1890; instr. Heb. and 
Gr., N. T. I., 1890-92; p. Rockland, Apr. 1892— Oct. 1896; 
Newport, Vt., Dec 1896— Oct. 1899; Monrovia, Cal., Oct. 
1899— Jan. 1904; fielded. The Pacific Baptist, 190^—; author. 
The Preacher for the Present Age, 1900; Vital Needs in Modern 
Church Life, 1902; ad. 710 El Centro St., South Pasadena, Cal. 

WILLIAM WALTER WAKEMAN, b. Moodus, Conn., July 
29, 1860. B. U. 1887; N. T. I. 1887-90; ord. Hampton Falls, 
N. H., June 19, 1890; p. Hampton Falls and Seabrook, June 
1890— Apr. 1897; miss. Bost. Bapt. S. S. Assoc, Medford, 
Mass., Apr.— July, 1897; org. ch., South Medford, July 1897, 
p. Oct. 1897— Feb. 1900; Reading, Feb. 1900— Nov. 1903; 
s. s.. New Brain tree, Mass., Cong, ch., Jan. 1904 — ^July 1905; 
p. Bapt. ch., Ashland, Nov. 1907— May 1910; Bellingham, Apr. 
1911 — ; author. New Hampshire Baptists in Missions, 1901; ad. 
Medway, Mass. 



- 200 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1890 

CHARLES LINCOLN WHITE, b. Nashua, N. H., Jan. 22, 
1863. B. U. 1887; N. T. L 1887-90; ord. Great Falls, now 
Somersworth, N. H., Oct. 17, 1890; p. Somersworth, Sept. 
1890— Nov. 1894; Nashua, Dec. 1894— July 1900; gen. sec. 
N. H. Bapt. State Conv., July 1900— Sept. 1901; pres. Cy. C, 
1901-08; assoc. cor. sec. A. B. H. M. S., July 1908—; ad. 23 
East 26th St., New York, N. Y. D. D., B. C, 1902. 

*BENAIAH LONGLEY WHITMAN, b. Wilmot, N. S., Nov. 
21, 1862. B. U. 1887; N. T. I. 1887-90; ord. Newton Upper 
Falls, Sept. 13, 1887; p. Newton Upper Falls, 1887— Aug. 1888; 
North Grafton, Sept. 1888— Oct. 1889; Free St. ch., Portland, 
Me., Sept. 1890— Aug. 1892; pres. C. U. 1892-95; pres. Col. 
U., Washington, D. C, 1895-1900; p. 5th ch., Philadelphia, 
Pa., Apr. 1900— Dec. 1907; 1st ch., Seattle, Wash., Jan. 1908— 
Nov. 1911; d. Seattle, Nov. 27, 1911. D. D., B. C. 1894. 



^Hartnell John Bartlett, b. London, Eng., Aug. 25, 1864. W. 
A. 1887; N.T.I. 1887-89; C. T. S. 1889-90; ord. New Boston, 
N. H., July 2, 1890; p. New Boston, 1890— June 1896; Ash- 
land, Mass., July 1896 — Apr. 1898; Thompson, Conn., May 
1898— Mar. 1900; Hampton Falls, N. H., Mar. 1900— May 1906; 
North Scituate, Mass., May 1906— July 1911; d. North Scituate, 
July 4, 1911. 

Binney Gunnison, b. Erie, Pa., Dec. 20, 1863. H. U. 1886; 
N. T. I. 1887— Apr. 1889; C. T. S. 1889-90; ord. dea. Meth. 
ch., Boston, Mass., Nov. 22, 1891; asst. p. People's ch., Apr. 
1891— Feb. 1893; tea. Brooklyn Polytechnic Inst., Feb.— July, 
1893; stud. Sch. of Expr., Boston, Mass., 1893-94; tea. Sch. 
of Expr., 1894-95, 1897-1907; tea. W. A., Mar. 1895— June 
1896; tea. Eloc, St. John's Ecc. S., Brighton, Mass., 1897-98; 
H. U., 1905-06; A. T. S. 1900-1907; Jas. Millikin U., Decatur, 
111., 1907—. 

Willard Parker Palmer, b. Aylesford, N. S., Dec. 27, 1861. 
Cob. C. I. 1887; N. T. I. 1887— Nov. 1888; ord. China, Me., 
Mar. 6, 1889; p. China, Jan. 1889— June 1890; Vassalboro, 
July 1890— Sept. 1892; in bus., Dedham, Mass., 1893-1900; 
Fairfield, Me., Jan. 1900— June 1908; p. China, June 1908— 
Jan. 1911; Harrington, 1911—. 

*Fred Miller Perkins, b. Charlestown, Mass., Dec. 4, 1864. 
C. U. 1887; N. T. I. 1887— Jan. 1888; d. Somerville, Jan. 2, 
1888. 

Ulysses Grant Baker Pierce, b. Providence, R. I., July 17, 
1865. N. T. I. 1887-89; Hills. C. 1890; H. U. D.S. 1890-91; 
ord. Decorah, la., July 1891; p. Unit, ch., Decorali, 1891— 



1891] STUDENTS 201 

Nov. 1892; Pomona, Cal., Mar. 1893— Dec. 1897; Ithaca, N. 
Y., Jan. 1898-1901; Washington, D. C, 1901—; lect.; chapl. 
U. S. Senate, 1909— ; author. The Soul of Die Bible, 1907; The 
Religion of the Spirit, 1910; ad. 1616 Riggs Place, Washington, 
D. C. D. D., Hills. C, 1909, Geo. Washington U., 1909. 



* George Francis Fletcher, b. East Washington,' N. H., Feb. 26, 
1854. Mid. C; N. T. I. 1888-90; ord. Nashua, N. H., Nov. 
18, 1890; res. East Washington, 1890-91; d. East Washington, 
July 24, 1891. 20— *6 

J89J 

W. Bradbury, Class Secretary 

WILLIAM ABNER ATCHLEY, b. Sevierville, Tenn., Apr. 
20, 1860. Ord. Alderbranch ch., Sevier Co., Sept. 20, 1885; 
Car. C. 1884-88; N. T. I. 1888-91; p. Chester, Conn., Sept. 
1891— Apr. 1893; Famiington, Me., Apr. 1893— Mar. 1895; 
Bath, Mar. 1895— July 1901; South Framingham, Mass., July 
1901— Sept. 1903; 2d ch., Knoxville, Term., Sept. 1903— June 
1911; Butte, Mont., June 1911—. D. D., Un. U., Jackson, 
Tenn., 1908. 

JOHN HOWARD BARSS, b. Wolfville, N. S., July 7, 1855. 
Ac. C. 1875; N. T. I. 1888-91; ord. Wolfville, N. S., July 29, 
1891; miss. F. M. Bd. Mar. Prov., to Telugus, 1891-93; w. c. 
Wolfville, N. S., 1893—. 

WOODMAN BRADBURY, b. Bangor, Me., Apr. 9, 1866. 

C. U. 1887; N. T. I. 1888-91; ord. Melrose, June 2, 1891; p. 
Laconia, N. H., May 1891— Apr. 1897; Pleasant St. ch., Wor- 
cester, Mass., Apr. 1897— Mar. 1901; Old Cambridge ch., 
Cambridge, Mar. 1901 — ; ad. 127 Upland Road, Cambridge. 

D. D., Cy. C, 1907. 

LOUIS ROUSSY DUTAUD, b. Grande Ugne, P. Q., Aug. 4, 
1864. Grande Ligne Miss. Sch. 1879-84; Wo. C, Ont., 6 mos., 
1886; N. T. I. 1888-91; ord. Emileville, P. Q., Oct. 19, 1893; 
p. Emileville, June 1891— May 1894; Waterloo, May 1894— 
June 1895; Quebec City, June 1895 — Apr. 1905; far. and occ. 
s.. Grand Ligne, 1905-08; p. Emileville, Nov. 1908—; 

WILLIAM CHAMBERLAIN HALE, b. Little Rock, Ark., 
Jan. 9, 1863. Car. C. 1888; N. T. I. 1888-91; ord. Mossy Creek, 
Tenn., June 15, 1890; p. Missoula, Mont., June 1891— Oct. 
1892; Kalispell, Oct. 1892— Feb. 1893; Morristow-n, Tenn., 
Sept. 1893-1895; cor. sec. S. W. Va. Inst., 1895-96; p. Warrens- 
burg, Tenn., Nov. 1896 — ; ad. Morristown, Tenn. 



202 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1891 

ADDISON BENJAMIN LORIMER, b. Beebe Plain, P. Q., 
Apr. 4, 1865. C. U. 1888; N. T. I. 1888-91; ord. Coaticooke, 
Que., June 12, 1891; miss. F. M. Bd. Ont. and Que., India, Oct. 
1891— Sept. 1892; p. Mt. Pleasant ch., Vancouver, B. C, Jan. 
1893— Jan. 1894; Woonsocket, R. I., July 1894— July 1900; 
Columbia St. ch., Bangor, Me., Sept. 1900—; ad. 3 Charles St., 
Bangor. 

LEWIS DOYLE MORSE, b. Nictaux, N. S., Jan. 14, 1864. 
Ac. C. 1888; N. T. I. 1888-91; ord. Nictaux, N. S., June 9, 
1891; miss. F. M. Bd. Mar. Prov., Bimlipatam, India, Dec. 
1891— Mar. 1900; act. p. 1st ch., Halifax, N. S., Nov. 1901— 
Apr. 1902; p. Berwick, 1902— Jan. 1904; Wolfville, Jan. 1904— 
Mar. 1908; Colg. U., post-grad., 1908-10, instr. Practical Miss., 
1908-09; p. Earlville, N. Y., Oct. 1908—. 

HENRY WINN PINKHAM, b. Newton Centre, Mass., Apr. 
14, 1864. B. U. 1888; N. T. I. 1888-91; ord. Newton Centre, 
Sept. 9, 1891; p. Bridgeport, Conn., Sept. 1891— Sept. 1895; 
act. p. 1st ch., Denver, Colo., Mar. — Oct., 1896; p. Bethany ch., 
Denver, Nov. 1896 — ; rec. into Unit, min., Nov. 1909; ad. 
2608 Eliot St., Denver. 

FREDERICK JAMES SALSMAN, b. Country Harbor, N. S., 
July 3, 1854. N. T. I. 1885-89, 1890-91; ord. Maiden, July 15, 
1891; p. Rathdrum, Id., Aug. 1891— Aug. 1892; Missoula, 
Mont., Sept. 1892— Mar. 1905; Ukiah, Cal., Feb.— Dec, 1906; 
Salinas, Feb. 1907— July 1909; Stevensville, Mont., June 1910—. 

MARTIN CURTIS STONEaPHER, b. Foxville, 111., Apr. 
30, 1858. S. C. 1887, theol. dept. 1887-88; ord. Exeter, Neb., 
Aug. 15, 1888; p. Exeter, 1888-89; B. U. T.S. 1889-90; N. T. I. 
1890-91; p. Sun Prairie, Wis., 1891-92; U. Chic. 1892-93; p. 
East Lynn, 111., 1893-95; Rosedale, Kans., 1895-96; Xenia, O., 
1897—?. Ph. D., S. C, 1895. 

JOHN FREEMAN TILTON, b. Sidney, Me., Feb. 13, 1867. 
C. U. 1888; N. T. I. 1888-91; ord. Belfast, Me., Nov. 18, 1891; 
p. Belfast, 1891— May 1898; 2d ch,, Dedham, Mass., May 
1898— Dec. 1904; Saco, Me., Dec. 1904— Jan. 1909; w. c. 
1909—; ad. Savoy St., Portland. 



Charles Hoben Day, b. St. John, N. B., Dec. 22, 1864. 
Ac. C. 1886; instr. Hort. A. 1886-87; B. U. 1888; N. T.I. Sept. 
1888— Nov. 29, 1889; U. Berlin, 1890-91; ord. Quebec, Can., 
Feb. 25, 1892; p. Quebec, Feb. 1892— Feb. 1896; s. 1st ch., 
Somerville, Mass., May — ^June, 1896; p. Milon, N. S., July — 
Sept., 1896; stud. B. U., and miss. Providence, R. I., 1896-97; 
prof. Mod. Lang., S. C, 1897-99; p. Kentville, N. S., 1900-05; 
1st ch., Watertown, Mass., Nov. 1905—. D. D., S. C, 1905. 



1891] STUDENTS 203 

Austen Kennedy de Blois, b. Wolfville, N. S., Dec. 17, 1866. 
Ac. C. 1886; B. U. 1886-88; N. T. I. Sept. 1888— Dec. 20, 
1889; U. Berlin, 1890; U. Liepzig, 1891; vice-prin. Un. Bapt. 
S., St. Martins, N. B., 1892, prin. 1892-94; pres. S. C. 1894- 
99; p. 1st ch., Elgin, 111., June 1899— Jan. 1903; 1st ch., 
Chicago, Feb. 1903— May 1911; 1st ch., Boston, Mass., June 
1911—; author, Bible Study in American Colleges, 1898; The 
Pioneer School, 1901; Imperialism and Democracy, 1903; ad. 
58 University Road, Brookline, Mass. Ph. D., B. U.. 1889; 
LIv. D., F. C, 1899. 

Ellsworth Thomas Derr, b. Moreland, Pa., Jan. 1, lSiJ2. U. 
Mich. 1888; N. T. I. 1888— Dec. 12, 1889; ord. Rehoboth, Jan. 
15 or 29, 1890; p. Rehoboth; miss. p. Euclid Ave. ch., Cleve- 
land, O., 1894— Mar. 1895; p. SevUle, Mar. 1895-97; Royers- 
ford, Pa., 1897—? 

*CharIes Lewis Eaton, b. St. John, N. B., May 3, 1858. Ac. C. 
1877-81; N. T. I. Dec. 1887— Oct. 1888; d. Newton Centre, 
Oct. 12, 1888. 

Henry Howell Harris, b. Mathews Court House, Va., Dec. 7, 
1865. Hampton Inst. 1886; ord. Mathews Court House, Apr. 
28, 1888; p. Mathews Court House, Sept. 1887— May 1888; N. 
T. I. 1888-90; p. 12th ch., Boston, 1889-92; Walnut Hills, 
Cincinnati, O., Oct. 1892— June 1896; Corinthian ch., Indian- 
apolis, Ind., Nov. 1896 — Aug. 1897; Zion ch., Cincinnati, O., 
Aug. 1897— Dec. 1904; Newport News, Va., 1904-08; 1st 
colored ch., St. Louis, Mo., 1908 — ; ed. The Metropolitan 
Pulpit and Pew, 1909-10; ad. 4299 Lucky St., St. Louis. D. 
D., Guadalupe C, 1902. 

Jesse Taylor Pope, b. Spartanburg, S. C, Feb. 17, 1860. Car. 
C. 1885; N. T. I. Jan. 1888— May 1889; ord. Bigspring, 
Tenn., Oct. 1889; p. Bigspring; prof. Anc. Lang., Holdston C, 
Aug. 1892-98; p. Boons Creek, June 1893-94; Bigspring, Sept. 
1895-97; pr. and prin. Marv Hughes Inst., Piney flats, Tenn. , 
1898-99; p. Erwin, 1899-1903; Bluff City, 1904-07; Butler, 
1908-10; Pennington Gap, Va., 1911—. 

John Abisha Shaw, b. Albion, Me., Nov. 21, 1862. C. U. 
1888; N. T. I. 1888— Feb. 1889; ord. Hyannis, Apr. 23, 1889; 
p. Hyannis, Feb. 1889— Feb. 1891; Dover, N. H., Apr. 1891— 
Oct. 1893; Istch., Quincy, 111., Jan. 1894— Jan. 1898; Redoak., 
la., Jan. 1898—1904; Salida, Colo., 1905-07; Albuquerque, N. 
Mex., Aug. 1908—. 

Spencer Tunnell, b. Kendricks Creek, Tenn., Feb. 27, 1863. 
Car. C. 1888; ord. Mossy Creek, Tenn., Mar. 14, 1886; N. T. I. 
1888-90; p. Mansfield, June 1890— June 1894; act. p. Beech St. 



204 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1892 

ch., Chattanooga, Tenn., June — Oct., 1894; p. Jonesboro, Oct. 
1894— Oct. 1895; Harriman, Oct. 1895—1905; Columbia, 
1905-07; Morristown, 1910—. 

Crawford Page Wilson, b. Belmont, N. S., Feb. 13, 1862. Ac. 
C. 1887-88; N. T. I. 1888-90; B. U. T. S. 1890-91; ord. Bel- 
mont, N. S., June 1891; p. Campellton, N. B., May 1891— 
Aug. 1892; Bass River, N. S., Sept. 1892— Sept. 1895; Port 
Elgin, N. B., Oct. 1895— Feb. 1897; West Yarmouth, N. S., 
Mar. 1897— Sept. 1901; Cavendish, P. E. I., Sept. 1901— May 
1903; Doaktown, N. B., June 1903— Sept. 1907; Great Village, 
N. S., Sept. 1907— Sept. 1908; Gibson, N. B., Sept. 1908—. 
B. D., B. U. T. S., 1891. 



Linncus Marshall Bosworth, b. Canton, Me., July 26, 1863. 
N. T. I. 1889-91; ord. South Penobscot, Me., July 12, 1891; 
p. South Penobscot, July 1891— Dec. 1892; Lamoine, Jan. 
1893— May 1898; West Harpswell, June 1898— Jan. 1900; 
Jay, Jan. 1900— Sept. 1902; Cong, chs., Gilead, Me., and Shel- 
bum, N. H., Sept. 1902-04; Bristol, Me., May 1905— June 1906; 
Deer Isle, June 1906— Sept. 1909; Milbridge, Oct. 1909— Dec. 
1911; Goshen, Mass., Jan. 1912— . 

William Stephen BwIIock, b. P^oxton Pond, P. Q., Aug. 3, 
1865. Mag. U. 1888-89; N. T. I. 1889-91; ord. Montreal, Can., 
Feb. 18, 1892; French miss., Ottawa, Feb.— June, 1892; p. 
Maskinonge French ch., July 1892— Mar. 1897; Roxton Pond, 
Mar. 1897-1908; ret.; res. Roxton Pond. 

Arthur Haseltine Cartis, b. Portland, Me., July 20, 1866. 
Cob. C. I. 1885-86; N. T. I. 1888-91; ord. Fairfield, Me., Aug. 
16, 1892; miss. A. B. M. U., Ongoie, India, Nov. 1892— Aug. 
1895, Madras, Aug. 1895— Apr. 1902; in U. S., May 1902— 
Sept. 1905; Udayagiri, India, Jan. 1906— Nov. 1907; Nellore, 
Nov. 1907— Dec. 1909; Podili, Dec. 1909—, and Kanigiri, Apr. 
1910—; ad. Podili, Nellore Dist., South India. 

William Henry Davenport, b. Colerain, Mass., May 27, 1862. 
Med. C, Philadelphia, Pa.; N. T. I. 1889-91; ord. Everett, une 
3, 1891; p. Glendale ch., Everett, 1891— Dec. 1892; ev. Minn., 
Jan.— Dec, 1893; p. Rochester, Jan. 1894— Oct. 1896; ev. 
Minn, and N. Dak., Nov. 1896— Oct. 1902; lect. Mass. State 
Bd. of Agriculttu-e; res. Colerain, Mass., 1903 — . 

Frank Edward Robbins, b. Middlebury, Conn., Jan. 18, 1858. 
C. L. I. 1887-89; N. T. I. 1889-91; ord. Norwalk, Conn., June 
3, 1891; p. Norwalk, 1891— Sept. 1898; w. c. 1898—; ad. 47 
Humboldt Ave., Boston, Mass. 



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Clarance Eli TuIIar, b. Bolton, Conn., Mar. 10, 1860. W. A. 
1881-83; s. Willington, Conn., 1886-87; tea. Waterbury, 1887- 
88; s. Poquonoc Bridge, 1888-89; N. T. I. 1889-91; Sch. of 
Expr., Boston, 1892-93; ord. Whitman, Nov. 24, 1892; p. 
Whitman, Dec. 1892— Nov. 1894; Melrose Highlands, Mar. 
1896— Apr. 1898; w. c. Newton Centre, 1898—; s. Suncook, 
N. H., Apr. 1906— Apr. 1907; Rowley, Mass., Sept. 1908— 
July 1909; Somerset, Dec. 1910— Aug. 1911; act. p. Randall 
Mem. Free Bapt. ch.. East Somerville, 1912 — ; ad. 40 Ashton 
Park, Newton Centre, Mass. 

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W. D. MACKINNON, Class Secretary 

George Walter Nead, b. London, Eng., Jan. 7, 1845. U. S. 
Army 14 mos. in civ. war; U. Chic. 1870; B. U. T. S. 1870-73; 
ord. Chicago, 111., July 1873; p. Union Stock Yards, 1870-74; 
Medina, O., 1874-80; Oberlin, 1880-85; McConnelsville, 1885- 
87; Avon, 1887-89; N. T. I., post-grad., 1891-92; p. Norwood, 
May 1892-1903; s. Sheldonville, Nov. 1907—; lect.; ad. 10 
Beacon Ave., Norwood, Mass. 



WILLIAM FRANKLIN ARRINGTON, b. Salem, Mass., Dec. 
27, 1865. B. U. 1888; N. T. I. 1889-92; ord. Salem, July 
7, 1892; p. 1st ch., Newport, R I., Aug. 1892— Dec. 1893; in 
bus. Cambridge, Mass., 1893-97; Lubec, Me., 1898; tea. New 
York, N. Y., 1898—; ad. 321 Bleeker St., New York. 

WALTER SEWARD BLACK, b. Salem, N. S., Nov. 19, 1864. 
Ac. C. 1889; N. T. I. 1889-92; ord. Russell, July 13, 1892; p. 
Russell, 1892— July 1893; Windom, Minn., July 1893-94; de- 
cided to go as ind. miss, to Africa; stud, in Eng., Jan. 1896 — • 
June 1898; Jerusalem, Syria, Nov. 1898—? ; 

ARTHUR DAMRELL CHANDLER, b. Bay City, Mich., 
Apr. 7, 1863. U. Mich. prep. dept. and A. at Granville, 
O.; N. T. I. 1889-92; ord. Chatham, Ont., Aug. 5, 1892; p. 1st 
ch., Chatham, 1892-93; 2d ch., Detroit, Mich., 1893-96; instr. 
Anc. Lang., State U., Louisville, Ky., 1896-98; s. 2d ch.. Bay 
City, Mich., sum. 1898; s. Calvary ch., Boston, Mass., Sept. — 
Dec, 1898; p. Un. ch., Hartford, Conn., Jan. 1898— June 1900; 
Calvary ch., Los Angeles, Cal., June 1900-02; Temple ch.. 
New York, N. Y., June 1902— Nov. 1907; 2d ch., Columbus, O., 
Dec. 1907—; ad. 26 North Garfield Ave., Columbus. 

FRANCIS RAYMOND ENSLIN, b. Charlestown, Mass., 
Jan. 24, 1864. Somerville High Sch. 1877-80; N. T. I. 1889-92; 
U. Chic. 1892-93; ord. East Somerville, Mass., Sept. 21, 1894; 



206 THE NBWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1892 

p. Cooperstown, N. Dak., June 1893— Sept. 1895; Minto, Oct. 
1895— Sept. 1898; w. c. East Somerville, Mass., Oct. 1898— 
Dec. 1900; p. Littleton, Jan. 1900— Sept. 1906; Harrington, 
Me., Oct. 1906— Sept. 1910; Canton, Oct. 1910—. 

SYLVANUS EVERETT FROHOCK, b. Lincolnville, Me., 
Sept. 16, 1854. Ord. Warwick, R. I., June 30, 1886; p. War- 
wick, 1885-89; B. U. 1889; N. T. I. 1889-92; p. Carew St. ch., 
Springfield, May 1892— Aug. 1898; Central Falls, R. I., Sept. 
1898— Aug. 1901; w. c. Sept. 1901— May 1903; p. Liberty, 
N. Y.^ May 1903— Jan. 1904; 1st ch., Concord, N. H., Feb. 
1904— Jan. 1907; Camden, Me., Feb. 1907—. 

WILLIAM HOW ATT GARDNER, b. New Brunswick, N. J., 
Feb. 12, 1861. B. U. 1889; N. T. I. 1889-92; ord. Providence, 
R. I., Sept. 14, 1892; tea. Way S., Washington, D. C, 1892-93; 
prin. Keuka Inst., Keuka Park, N. Y., 1893-95; s. Andover, 
Conn., 1896; p. Livingston, N. J., Nov. 1896— Nov. 1903; ed. 
writer. New Haven Daily Register, New Haven Journal-Courier, 
Newark News, 1904-09; ed. rel. dept. Newark Evening News, 
1909—; ad. 7 Sylvan Place, Nutley, N. J. 

MARTIN STILLMAN HOWES, b. Washburn, Me., Nov. 4, 
1861. C. U. 1888; ord. Litchfield, Me., June 9, 1887; s. Litch- 
field, Jan. 1887— July 1888; North Haven, Oct. 1888— Oct. 
1889; N. T. I. 1889-92; s. Dunbarton, N. H., Mar. 1890— Apr. 
1891; Colerain, Mass., Apr. 1891— June 1892; p. 2d ch., New- 
port, R. I., June 1892— Nov. 1896; ev., Nov. 1896— Dec. 1898; 
p. Greenfield, Mass., Jan. 1899— Sept. 1901; s. Lompoc, Cal., 
Sept. 1901— June 1902; p. Santa Paula, June 1902— Nov. 
1903; s. Los Angeles, Nov. 1903— Sept. 1904; p. Mechanic 
Falls, Me., Feb. 1905— Dec. 1906; p. Mexico, Dec. 1906—; ad. 
Ridlonville, Mexico, Me. 

PRESCOTT FORD JERNEGAN, b. Edgartown, Mass., 
Dec. 17, 1866. B. U. 1889; tea. P. A. A. 1889-90; N. T. I. 
1890-92; ord. Edgartown, July 17, 1889; p. Middletown, Conn., 
May 1892— Aug. 1895; Deland, Fla., Dec. 1895— Nov. 1896; in 
bus., Boston, Mass., and Lubec, Me., 1897-98; trav., 1898-1901; 
deputy supt. schs., Dept. IIocos Sur., P. I., 1901 — ?; act. 
supt. schs., Dept. IIocos Norte, ? — 1903; instr. Phillippine 
Norm. Sch., Manila, 1903-09; Phil. C. Liberal Arts, 1909-10; 
far., and Ht. work, Napa, Cal., 1910 — ; author, A Short 
History of the Philippines, 1904, 1908; The Philippine 
Geography Primer, 1906; 1001 Questions and Answers on 
Philippine History and Government, 1907; The Philippine 
Citizen, 1907, 1908, 1910. 

CHARLES LOUIS SEASHOLES, b. Gallipolis, O., Feb. 23, 
1864. D. U. 1889; N. T. I. 1889-92; ord. Gallipolis, O., Aug. 



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19, 1892; p. Dallas, Tex., Sept. 1892— June 1897; Lansing, 
Mich., Oct. 1897— Oct. 1899; Broad St. ch., Philadelphia, Pa., 
1899-1901; 3d ch., Germantown, Philadelphia, Oct. 1901—; 
May 1910; author, Talks on the Gospels; lect. on Brains and 
the Bible; ad. 57 West Seymour St., Philadelphia. 

*MARK THOMPSON, b. Hertford, N. C, July 23, 1859. 
How. U. 1889; N. T. I. 1889-92; ord. Webster Groves, Mo., 
Sept. 25, 1892; p. Webster Groves, 1892— July 1895; Macon, 
July 1895— Feb. 1903; Lawrence, Kans., Mar. 1903— Oct. 
1904; d. Lawrence, Oct. 19, 1904. 

GEORGE ERNEST WHITMAN, b. New Albany, N. S., 
Oct. 9, 1862. Ac. C. 1887; N. T. I. 1889-92; ord. New Albany, 
N. S., Sept. 12, 1892; miss. A. B. M. U., Swatow, China, 1892- 
1910; Kaying, 1910 — ; ad. Kaying, via Swatow, China. 

HENRY BARNES WOODS, b. Calais, Me., Dec. 5, 1866. 
C. U. 1889; N. T. I. 1889-92; ord. Rockport, Me., Oct. 25, 1892; 
p. Rockport, July 1892— Feb. 1897; Caribou, Apr. 1897— Oct. 
1901; Dexter, May 1902— June 1906; North Stratford, N. H., 
June 1906— Aug. 1911; Laredo, Tex., Nov. 1911—; ad. 1620 
Houston St., Laredo. 

CHARLES JOHN ENGSTROM, b. Karlstad, Sweden, MaX 
1, 1868. B. U. 1 yr.; S. B. T. S. 1888-89; B. U. T. S. 1889-91; 
N. T. I. 1891-92, rec. spec, cert.; miss. Newton and Cambridge, 
1892; s. West Guilford, Vt., 8 mos., 1893; Marshfield, Mass., 
8 mos., 1894; Gayhead, 1895; ord. North Tisbury, Jan. 30, 
1895; p. Montgomery Centre, Vt., 5 mos., 1896; tea. Provi- 
dence, R. I., 1896-98; p. Florida, Mass., 1898; s. various chs. 
in Cal., 1899-1901; p. San Pedro, 1902; ev. on North Pacific 
coast, 1903 — -; ad. care 1st ch., Seattle, Wash. 

"Walter Vreeland Gray, b. Waterford, Conn., Dec. 12, 1863. 

A. C. 1889; N. T. I. 1889— Oct. 1890; ord. Shirley, June 11, 1890; 
p. Shirley, June— Dec, 1890; Bridgeport, Conn., Jan. 1891— 
Oct. 1892; Wrights, Cal., Feb. 1893— Feb. 1894; Morganhill, 
Mar. 1894— Apr. 1896; Cromwell, Conn., July 1897— Jan. 1903; 
Southington, Feb. 1903— July 1910; ev. work, 1910—; ad. 
Waterford. 

*CharIes Page Martin, b. Manchester, Mass., Sept. 1,1867. 
N. T. I. 1889— Nov. 1890; d. Manchester, June 12, 1891. 

Wmiam Job Reynolds, Jr., b. Wickford, R. I., Jan. 8, 1862. 

B. U. 1886; N. T. I. 1880-87, 1890-91; ord. Phenix, R. I., Dec. 
28, 1887; p. Phenix, vSept. 1887— June 1889; East Providence 
Centre, June 1889— June 1890; Peabody, Mass., Mar. 1891— 



208 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1892 

June 1892; Lakewood, R. I., Aug. 1894— Sept. 1896; prin. sch. 
in Centerville, June 1894 — ^June 1895; tea. Lat. and Gr., Crans- 
ton High Sch., Auburn, Sept. 1895—; p. Lakewood, 1903-04; 
ad. 457 Wellington Ave., Auburn, R. I. 



*Benjamm Willis Farris, b. Woodville Co., Miss., July 31, 
1868. D. U. prep. dept. 1886-89; Wo. C, Can., 1889-90; N. T. 
I. 1890-92; ord. Louisville, Ky., July 24, 1892; p. FranHort, 
Sept. 1892— July 1896; St. Paul's ch., Boston, Mass., 1896- 
1900, 1902-10; d. Boston, Oct. 1, 1910. 

"William Dennis Mackinnon, b. Groves Point, N. S., Jan. 30, 
1856. N. T. I. 1890-92; ord. West Sutton, June 30, 1892; p. 
West Sutton, Apr. 1892— Apr. 1897; Crown Hill ch., Nashua, 
N. H., May 1897— Dec. 1898; Jamestown, R. I., Jan. 1899— 
Jan. 1904; Greendale, Worcester, Mass., Jan. 1904 — Sept. 
1907; Branford, Conn., Sept. 1907—. 

Henry William Oldknow Millington, b. Derby, Eng., Feb. 10, 
1864. Com. U. 1884-85; ord. West Danby, N. Y., July 14, 
1885; p. West Danby; Candor, Nov. 1885— Jan. 1887; 
Stephentown, Feb. 1887— Apr. 1889; Warrensburg, May 1889— 
Sept. 1890; N. T. I. 1890-92; p. 5th St. ch., Lowell, May 1892— 
Sept. 1902; Tabernacle ch., Halifax, N. S., Sept. 1902— Oct. 
1904; chapl. British Army, 1902-04; p. Istch., Lestershire, N. Y., 
Oct. 1904— Apr. 1907; Brookland ch., Washington, D. C, Apr. 
1907—; ad. 1009 Newton St., N. E., Washington. 

Silas Livingstone Morse, b. Bridgetown, N. S., Jan. 25, 1859. 
N. T. I. 1890-92; ord. Boston, May 21, 1892; asst. p. Mariner's 
ch., Boston, May— Oct., 1892; p. Plymouth, Oct. 1892— July 
1897; s. and ed. work, Plymouth, Aug. 1897— Nov. 1898; 
p. Medfield, Nov. 1898— Nov. 1901; Merrimac, Feb. 1902— 
Jan. 1909; Mt. Washington ch., Haverhill, Feb. 1909—; ad. 
7 Bartlett St., Haverhill. 

Henry Truman Slocum, b. Mt. Hanley, N. S., Dec. 20, 1853. 
Norm. Sch., Truro, 1876; tea. pub. schs.; N. T. I. 1890-92; ord. 
Petersham, Sept. 7, 1892; p. Petersham, July 1892— Jan. 1893; 
Coopers Mills, Me., 1893; East Charlotte, Vt., Dec. 1893— June 
1898; Chester, N. H., Dec. 1899— Dec. 1900; West Royalston, 
Mass., June 1901— May 1906; Packersville, Conn., May 1906— 
May 1907; Panton, Vt., Feb. 1908— May 1909; act. p. Cong, ch., 
Hubbardston, Mass., Nov. 1910 — . 



*Frank Greenleaf Folsom, b. Palm>Ta, Me., Aug. 22, 1853. 
Ord. Bath, Me., Jan. 1889; p. 1st Day Adv. ch.. East Raymond, 
1885-88; Bath, 1888-90; N. T. I. 1890-92, omitted Eloc. and 



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rec. spec, cert.; s. Merrimacport, 1891-92; ord. Bapt. min., 
Brooklin, Me., June 1892; p. Brooklin, 1892— Jan. 1894; miss, 
work, 1894-95; p. Lake City, Colo., 1896— Oct. 1898; ind. pr. 
Lake City, 1898-99; Paradise, Cal., and Cahasset, 1899-1901; 
Arbuckle, 1902-04; health failed; w. c. Auburn, 1904— May 
1908; Berkeley, May— Sept., 1908; d. Berkeley, Sept. 24, 1908. 

^Robert Erastus Twrner, b. Ledyard, Conn., May 17, 1852. 
N. T. I. Jan. 1891 — May 1892, rec. spec, cert.; ord. Norwich, 
Conn., Oct. 8, 1890; p. Fitchville, 1890—1911, and Lebanon, 
Apr. 1892—1911; memb. leg. 1895, 1896; d. Willimantic, Conn., 
Oct. 18,1911. ' 24— *5 

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BYRON HAVELOCK BENTLEY, b. Sheffield, Mills, N. B., 
Mar. 27, 1866. Ac. C. 1890; N. T. I. 1890-93; ord. Summerside, 
P. E. I., Sept. 12, 1893; p. Summerside, June 1893— Nov. 1894; 
trav. agt. and sales., [an. 1895 — ; ad. 448 High St., Newark, N. 

J- 

FREDERICK JOSEPH BRADSHAW, b. Central Bedeque, 
P. E. I., Sept. 28, 1861. Ac. C. 1890; N. T.I. 1890-93; ord. 
Central Bedeque, P. E. I., 1893; miss. A. B. M. U., Yachau, 
China, 1893-97; Kiating, 1897 — ; ad. Kiating, via Chungking, 
China; in U. S. on furlough, 1911 — ; ad. 145 Main St., Maiden, 
Mass. 

HERMAN EDGAR BRADY, b. Enfield, Me., May 6, 1864. 
Cob. C. I. 1888; C. U. aut. 1888; N. T. I. 1890-93; ord. Dal- 
ton, Oct. 2, 1893; p. Dal ton, 1893— Apr. 1897; Mendon, Oct. 
1897— Nov. 1899; ev. Mass. Bapt. Conv., Nov. 1899-1900; occ. 
serv., 1900-02; act. p. 1st Mariners' ch., Boston, 1902-03, p. 
1903—; ad. 113 Blue Hill Ave., Mattapan. 

HAMILTON EDGAR CHAPMAN, b. Pendleton, HUl, Conn., 
Aug. 14, 1865. B. U. 1890; N. T. I. 1890-93; ord. New Hart- 
ford, Conn., July 30, 1893; p. New Hartford, June 1893— Oct. 
1895; Mt. Washington ch., Haverhill, Mass., Oct. 1895— 
Apr. 1906; Millbury, May 1906 — , and Quinsigamond ch., 
Worcester, Dec. 1909 — ; ad. 16 Preston St., Worcester. 

COLEMAN WILLIAM COREY, b. Moncton, N. B., Apr. 3, 
1865. Ac. C. 1887; N. T. I. 1888-90, 1892-93; ord. Bridgewater, 
N. S., June 18, 1890; p. Bridgewater, 1890— Aug. 1892; Sharon, 
Mass., Nov. 1892— May 1893; Charlottetown, P. E. I., Oct. 
1893— Oct. 1898; Middleton, N. S., Oct. 1898— June 1901, 
Liverpool, June 1901 — Dec. 1903; Strathcona, Alta., Dec. 
1903— Feb. 1907; Mar. rep. Western Can. Miss., Feb. 1907— 



210 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL, INSTITUTION [1893 

June 1909; act. p. 1st ch., Moncton, N. B., Jan.— June, 1910; 
p. Kamloops, B. C, June 1910 — . 

HENRY TODD DE WOLFE, b. St. Stephen, N. B.. Sept. 14, 

1867. Ac. C. 1889; N. T. I. 1890-93; instr. N. T. stud., N. T. I., 
1893-95; ord. Newton Centre, June 28, 1895; p. Foxboro, Sept. 
1895-1901; prin. Acadia Ladies' S., Wolfville, N. S., 1901—; 
lect. N.T. Gr.,Ac.U., 1901— , prof. N. T. Interp., 1911— .D.D., 
Ac. U., 1909. 

CHARLES AUBREY EATON, b. Lakeville. N. S., Mar. 29, 

1868. Ac. C. 1890; N. T. I. 1890-93; ord. Natick, June 22, 
1893; p. Natick, 1893— Nov. 1895; Bloor St. ch., Toronto, Can., 
Dec. 1895— Apr. 1901; Euclid Ave. ch., Cleveland, O., June 
1901— Dec. 1908; Madison Ave. ch.. New York, N. Y., Jan. 
1909 — ; author. For Troubled Hearts, 1898; Old Evangel and 
New Evangelism, 1899; ed. bd. Toronto Globe 4 yrs. ; ad. 30 
East 31st St., New York, N. Y. D. D., Bay. U., 1900, Ac. U., 
1907. 

ADAM SIMPSON GREEN, b. Aberdeen, Miss., Dec. 19, 
1857. C. U. 1887; N. T. I. 1890-93; ord. Waterville, Me., June 
2, 1893; p. Minneapolis, Minn., July 1893— Sept. 1894; s. Law- 
rence, Kans., Nov. — Dec, 1894; Bib. Inst, work, Kans., Jan. — 
Oct., 1895; tea. N. T. Gr., and O. T. Heb., West C, Macon, Mo., 
1895-98; w. c. Macon, May— Dec, 1898; ed. The Baptist 
College Journal, Muskogee, Ind. Ter., Jan. 1899 — ?; tea. 
Hopkinsville, Ky.; p. Zion ch., Truro, N. S., Oct. 1902-04; ? 

WILLIAM THOMAS GREEN, b. Fall River, Mass., Mar. 28, 
1867. B. U. 1890; N. T. I. 1890-93; ord. Natick, R. I., Oct. 18, 
1893; p. Natick, 1893—; R. I. rep. The Watchman, 1909—. 

TRUMAN OSCAR HARLOW, b. Strafford, Vt., June 21, 
1857. D. C. 1888; ord. Wilton, N. H., Dec. 20, 1888; p. Wilton, 
Nov. 1888- Mar. 1896; N. T. I. 1890-93; p. West Swanzey, N. 
H., April 1896— June 1897; Somerset, Mass., Aug. 1897— 
Jan. 1900; West Medford, Jan.— Mar., 1901; clerk B. and M. 
R. R., July 1901—; p. 2d ch., Cambridge, Oct. 1901— Sept. 
1904; 1st ch., Billerica, May 1909 — ; ad. 7 Porter Ave.. Somer- 
ville. 

*HUGH ROSS HATCH, b. Islesboro,'Me., May 19, 1865. 
C. U. 1890; N. T. I. 1890-93; ord. Islesboro, Me., June 22, 1893; 
instr. O. T. stud., N. T. I., 1893-97; p. Wolfville, N. S., Mar. 
1898— July 1903; prof. Math., Cy. C, 1903-09; d. Fairfield, 
Me., May 5, 1909. 

DANIEL SANFORD JENKS, b. Pawtucket, R. I., Jan. 1, 
1866. B. U. 1890; N. T. I. 1890-93; ord. Pawtucket, R. I., 



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May 24, 1893; p. Caribou, Me.. June 1893— Dec. 1896; Franklin 
Falls, N. H., Jan. 1897—; memb. N. H. leg., 1909-10. 

WILLIAMGREEN JONES, b. Trade, Tenn., Mar. 20, 1864. 
W. F. C. 1885-88; B. U. 1888-90; ord. Laconner, Wash. Ter., 
Apr. 29, 1888; p. Whatcom, Apr.— Sept., 1888; Point Judith, 
R. I., Mar. 1889— Nov. 1890; N. T. I. 1890-93; p. Centre St. 
ch., Jamaica Plain, Mar. 1892 — aut. 1898; Everett, Wash., aut. 
1898— Sept. 1903; Im. ch., Seattle, Sept. 1903— Jan. 1907; 
in bus., 1907—; ad. Oil New York Block, Seattle. 

ALBERT EUGENE KINGSLEY, b. Pcquonoc Bridge, 
Conn., Oct. 12, 1867. B. U. 1890; N. T. I. 1890-93; ord. Ban- 
gor, Me., Sept. 7, 1893; p. 1st ch., Bangor, Sept. 1893— Sept. 
1903; South Berwick, Apr. 1904—. 

FORRESTER ALEXANDER MACDONALD, b. Haverhill, 

Mass., Sept. 14, 1868. D. C. 1890; N. T. L 1890-93; ord. East 
Boston, Oct. 12, 1893; asst. p. Cent. Sq. ch.. East Boston, 1893- 
94; p. Beth Eden ch., Fitchburg, June 1894— Sept. 1901; 
Lexington, Jan. 1902— Mar. 1907; 5th St. ch., Lowell, Mar. 
1907—; ad. 44 0th St., Lowell. 

CHARLES SPURGEON McLEARN, b. Rawdon, N. S., Nov. 
17, 1857. Ac. C. 1878-79; N. T. I. 1890-93; ord. Dexter, Me., 
July 26, 1893; p. Dexter, June 1893— May 1890; Ellsworth, 
June 1896— May 1900; Bar Harbor, June 1900— May 1903; 
Guysboro, N. S., July 1903— Dec. 1905; New Germany, Jan. 
1906— Apr. 1909; Springfield, Annapolis Co., May 1909—. 

HERBERT SWEETSER MANLEY, b. Billerica, Mass., Jan. 
6, 1867. Bost. U. 1890; N. T. I. 1890-93; ord. Melrose, July 5, 
1893; asst. lib., N. T. I., 1893-95; lit. work. Maiden and Boston, 
1895— Aug. 1896; in bus., Hopedale, Aug. 1896— Apr. 1898; 
w. c. Milford; Melrose, 1898— Feb. 1899; p. North Leverett, 
Mar. 1899— Oct. 1901; s. and in bus., Oct. 1901—; ad. 28 
Fairmount St., Melrose, Mass. 

ANDREW THOMPSON RINGGOLD, b. Clarksville, 111., 
June 6, 1859. W. J. C. 1888; ord. Princeton, Mo., Oct. 28, 
1888; p. Princeton, July 1888— June 1890; N. T. I. 1890-93; p. 
Gardiner, Me., Nov. 1893— Oct. 1901; Eastport, Nov. 1901— 
Aug. 1904; North ch., Brockton, Mass., Sept. 1904—; ad. 37 
Herrod Ave., Brockton. 

JAMES WILLIAM TINGLEY, b. North East Margaree C, 
B., Mav 24, 1853. Ac. C. 1885; N. T. I. 1885-86, 1891-93; ord. 
Middleton, N. S., Nov. 3, 1886; p. Middleton, Sept. 1886— Aug. 
1887; North Middleboro, Mass., Oct. 1887— Feb. 1888, Sept. 
1891— Aug. 1892; Freeport, N. S., Feb. 1889— July 1891; 



212 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1893 

Hopkinton, N. H., June 1893— May 1895; Hebron, N. S., 
June 1895— Dec. 1898; Hopkinton, N. H., Apr. 1899— July 
1904; Berlin, July 1904— Aug. 1908; Greenville, Sept. 1908— 
Aug. 1910; Laconia, Sept. 1910—. 

HERMAN WILLIAM WATJEN, or WAETJEN, b. Stapel, 
Prussia, July 18, 18G1. B. U. 1890; N. T. I. 1890-93; ord. 
Warren, R. I., June 14, 1893; p. Warren, June 1893—. 

ROBERT LEE WEBB, b. Petersburg, Va., Oct. 26, 1866. 
Col. U. 1887-90; N. T. I. 1890-93; H. U., post-grad, dept., 
1900-01; ord. Needham, Nov. 27, 1893; p. Needham, Nov. 
1893— Aug. 1904; Portland St. ch., Haverhill, Sept. 1904—; 
author. Digest of Foreign Patent Law, 1893; A Baptist Cate- 
chism, 1910; ad. 26 Park St., Haverhill. B. D., N. T. L, 1909, 
S. T. M., 1911. 



Joshaa Baker Simpson, b. Washington, Ky., July 23, 1861. 
G. U. 1890; N. T. I. 1890-91; tea. Way S., 1891-99; Va. 
Un. U., 1809—; ad. Richmond, Va. Ph. D., Va. Un. U., 1902. 

Arthur Warren Smith, b. Providence, R. I., May 22, 1866. 
B. U. 1890; N. T. I. Sept.— Dec, 1890; tea. Bristol, N. H.; 
O. Mil. Inst.; Warwick, R. L, 1891-94; ord. Shelton, Conn., 
Mar. 28, 1894; p. Shelton, Feb. 1894— Nov. 1895; Hartford, 
Dec. 1895— Oct. 1897; Park Rapids, Minn., Nov. 1897— Nov 
1898; Kingston, Mass., June 1899— Apr. 1903; lit. work. May 
1903— June 1904, Dec. 1905— June 1907; p. Sedgwick, Me., June 
1904— Nov. 1905; lib. N. E- Bapt. Lib., July 1907—; author, 
Historical Sketch, Town of Segdwick, Me., 1905; Biography, 
Sewall Mason, D. D., 1908; Evangelism and Evangelization, 
1909; ad. 183 Parkway, Winchester, Mass. 

GILBERT JAMES COULTER WHITE, b. St. John, N. B., 
Feb. 18, 1859. Ac. C. 1880; far. and in bus. 1880-90; N. T. I. 
1890-93, omitted Heb. stud, and rec. spec. cert. ; ord. Annapolis 
Royal, N. S., Feb. 1, 1894; p. Annapolis Royal, Dec. 1893— 
Nov. 1899; s. Nelson, B. C, Apr.— Nov., 1900; p. Lethbridge, 
Alta., 1900-06; trav. 1907; in bus., 1908—; ad. Summerland, 
B. C. 



Samoel Duff Anderson, b. Antrim, Ire., June 22. 1860. W. A. 
1890-91; N. T. I. 1891-94; ord. BiUerica, June 13, 1894; p. 
Billerica, 1894— Apr. 1897; East Greenwich, R. I., May 1897— 
Sept. 1898; Y. D. S., 1898-99; R. T. S., 1899-1901; course in 
med., U. Med. Col., Kansas City, Mo., M. D., 1908; s. of var. 
chs. in Kans. and Mo., 1904-08; prac. med. in Neb., la., and 
lU., 1908—; ad. Concord, 111. 



1894] STUDENTS 213 

Jonas Haddon Balcolm, b. Paradise, N. S., Dec. 4, 1861. N. 
T. I. 1891-93; act. p. Rehoboth, 1891-93; ord. Baldvvinsville, 
Sept. 7, 1893; p. Baldwinsville, Aug. 1893— Apr. 1899; North 
Brookfield and Caledonia, N. S., Dec. 1899— Feb. 1903; 
Clementsvale, N. S., June 1903— June 1905; health failed; far. 
and occ. s., Paradise, 1905-12; p. Sussex, N. B., Jan. 1912 — . 

*TheophiIas Havelock Burhoe, b. Alexandra. P. E. I., May 17, 
1859. W. A. 1891; N. T. I. 1891-93; ord. Westboro, JuneS, 
1893; miss. A. B. M. U., Burma, Oct. 1893— Oct. 1895; p. 
Greenville ch., Rochdale, Mass., May 1896-98; d. Greenville, 
Oct. 8, 1898. 

Peter Stubbs Collins, b. Libertv, Me., Dec. 23, 1859. N. T. I. 
1891-93; ord. South Yarmouth, June 27, 1893; p. South Yar- 
mouth, 1893— May 1894; Coopers Mills, Me., Windsor, and 2d 
ch., Whitefield, Mav 1894- June 1890; East Jefferson, July 
1896—, and South Somerville, Sept. 1896- Sept. 1900; Surry 
and West Ellsworth, Oct. 1900— May 1902; East Winthrop, 
June 1902— Sept. 1904; East Cornwall and Cornwall Hollow, 
Conn., Oct. 1904— Sept. 1908; Tariffville, Conn., Oct. 1908— 
Dec. 1911; North Ashford and Westford, Jan. 1912—. 

Michael Edward Fletcher, b. Leicester, Eng., Dec. 24, 1864. 
Hort. A. 1888-89; W. A. 1889-91; N. T. I. 1891-93; ord. 
Newton Centre, June 18, 1893; miss. A. B. M. U., Maubin, 
Burma, 1893— July 1898; inv. Halifax, N. S., 1898— July 1900 
p. Harvey, Albert Co., N. B., July 1900— Mar. 1903; St. George, 
Apr. 1903— Dec. 1906; Charlotte St. ch., St. John, West, Jan. 
1907— Oct. 1910; field sec. Bapt. F. M. Bd. Mar. Prov., Nov, 
1910—. 

Byron Ulric Hatfield, b. Port Greville, N. S., Mar. 0, 1865. 
Dalh. U. 1888-90; ord. Fall River, N. S., July 23, 1889; p. Fall 
River, 1889-90; Jeddore, spg. 1890— Aug. 1891; N. T. L 
1891-93; p. Georgetown, 1891— July 1895; Melrose Highlands, 
Aug. 1895— Jan. 1896; Danielson, Conn., Feb. 1896— Dec. 
1900; Un. ch., Mvstic, Dec. 1900— Mar. 1904; Cent, ch., E. D., 
Brookl>Ti, N. Y., Mar. 1904— Sept. 1906; Montauk Ave. ch., 
New London, Conn., Sept. 1906— May 1908; 1st ch., Newburgh, 
N. Y., May 1908—; ad. 217 Liberty St., Newburgh. 

James Harvey HoIIingsworth, b. Morrow, O., Oct. 28, 1850. 
Hills. C. 1876-78; Wit. C. 1878-79; ord. Springfield, O., Oct. 21, 
1878; p. Springfield. 1878-79: Newmarket, 1879-84; S.mbu'.y, 
1884-86; 1st ch., Grafton, W. Va., 1886-87; Columbia, O.. , 
1887-89; N. T. I. 1891-93; p. Rowley, Mass., 1892-94; Perry, 
N. Y., 1894-99; Mt. Gilead, O., 1899-1901; Columbia, 1901-03; 
Clyde, 1903-09; St. Marys, 1909-12; Hillsboro, Jan. 1912—. 
D. D., W. Va. C, 1888. 



214 THE NEWTON THBOLOaiCAL INSTITUTION [1894 

"William Henry Johnson, b. Leavenworth, Kans., July 19. 
1864. C. L. I. U yrs.; N. T. I. 1891-93; ord. Middletown; 
Conn., July 5, 1893; p. Billerica, Mass., Apr. 1892— Mar. 1894, 
ev. Conn. State Conv., 1895— June 1897; p. Tariffville, Conn., 
Oct. 1897— June 1898; Ovid, Mich., Jan. 1898— Dec. 1901; 
gen. miss. p. Mich., Dec. 1901 — Feb. 1905; miss. Rogree River, 
Ore., Apr.— Sept., 1905; miss. A. B. P. S., Tex., Sept. 1905— 
June 1909; gen. miss. ev. of Tex. Gen. Conv., July 1909 — ; ad. 
Handley, Tex. 

*Edwin Foster Flitchell, b. Beverly, Mass., Nov. 18, 1855. 
Ord. South New-fane, Vt., Aug. 11, 1886; p. South Newfane, 
1886-90; Bellingham, Mass., 1890-92; N. T. I. 1891-93; p. 
Pocasset, 1892-94; Putney, Vt., Oct. 1894— Mar. 1900; North- 
east Harbor, Me., Apr. 1901— Apr. 1903; Waterboro, Sept. 
1903— Jan. 1905; Becket, Mass., Jan. 1906— Mar. 1907; d. 
Becket, Mar. 20, 1907. 

Lyman Herbert Morse, b. Newton Centre, Mass., Sept. 30, 
1862. W. A. 1891 ; N. T. I. 1891-93 ; ord. South ch., Worcester, 
June 12, 1893 ; miss. Congo Free State, Africa, July 1893— Aug. 
1895; w. c. Newton Centre, 1895-98; p. Guilford, Vt.,'May 
1898— Sept. 1902; East Wallingford, Aug. 1903— Dec. 1905; 
Still River, Mass., Dec. 1905—. 

Chester Grant Savage, b. Rockland, Me., June 24, 1867. 
N. T. I. 1891-93; ord. Meriden, N. H., May 24, 1893; p. North 
Stonington, Conn., 1893— Aug. 1895; Baltimore U. 1898; s. 
North Stonington, Conn., 1898 — Dec. 1901; phys. Westerly, 
R. L, 1902—; ad. 7 Elm St., Westerly. 

Brinton Morrison "Webster, b. East Cambridge, Mass., Oct. 6, 
1864. N. T. I. 1891-93, post-grad. 1893— Mar. 1894; ord. 
Lebanon, Me^, May 18, 1894; p. Lebanon, Mar. 1894 — Mar. 
1897; Limerick, May 1897— Nov. 1899; Lyme, N. H., July 
1900— Jan. 1911; North Sutton, Feb. 1911— . 36— *3 

fS94 

W. R. BarTlETT, Class Secretary 

WALTER REYNOLDS BARTLETT, b. Bethel Me., Dec. 
15, 1867. A. C. 1890; N. T. L 1891-94; ord. West Hartford, 
Conn., Dec. 19, 1894; p. West Hartford, 1894— Mar. 1897; 2d 
Richmond ch., Kenyon, R. L, June 1897 — May 1900; Avon, 
Mass., 1900— Dec. 1903; Rockport, Me., 1904— Dec. 1906; 
Dighton, Mass., 1907— Dec. 1909; s. Rockport, Jan.— Feb. 
1910; p.. Mar. 1910—. 

HEBRON YOUNG COREY, b. Butternut Ridge, N. B., 
Mar. 13, 1862. Ac. C. 1891; N. T. I. 1891-94; ord. St. John, 



1894] STUDENTS 215 

N. B., July 13, 1894; miss. F. M. Bd. Mar. Prov., India, 1894—, 
Parlakimedi, 1894-1905; Vizianagram, 1906—. 

WILLIAM FLETCHER, b. Newport, N. H., Nov. 20, 1866. 
C. U. 1891; N. T. I. 1891-94; ord. Cape Neddick, Me., July 6, 
1894; p. Cape Neddick, 1894— Jan. 1902; Harrington, Jan. 
1902— July 1905; in bus., Waterville, July 1905—; ad. 167 
College Ave., Waterville. 

WALLACE WADSWORTH GUSHEE, b. Taunton, Mass., 
Oct. 2, 1867. B. U. 1891; N. T. I. 1891-94; ord. Taunton, 
Sept. 19, 1894; p. Salida, Colo., Sept. 1894-95; w. c. Taunton, 
Mass., 1895-98; p. Phillipsburg, Kans., Nov. 1898— Jan. 1899; 
insvu. bus., Providence, R. I., 1899-1902; p. Egremont, Mass., 
1902-04; Chesham, N. H., 1904-06; Townshend, Vt., 1906-08; 
rec. into Presb. min., Apr. 1909; p. Wilsonville, Neb., 1909-10; 
Almond, N. Y., 1910—. 

VALENTINE KITES, b. Marion Co., now Bussey, la., May 
22, 1858. S. C. 1890, theol. dept. 1890-91; instr. S. C. 1884-91; 
N. T. I. 1891-94; ord. Wellman, la., June 11, 1895; p. Wellman, 
Apr. 1895— Oct. 1900; w. c. Oct. 1900— July 1906; p. Ferry, 
la., July 1906—; ad. R. F. D. Beacon, la. 

CHARLES STANLEY PEASE, b. Middlefield, Mass., Oct. 
29, 1862. C. U. 1891; N. T. I. 1891-94; ord. Hasbrouck 
Heights, N. J., May 8, 1894; p. Hasbrouck Heights, 1894— Apr. 
1896; Conway, Mass., Apr. 1896— May 1903; Northboro, May 
1903— June 1910; Adams, June 1910—. 

ISRAEL WALKER PORTER, b. Deerfield, N. S., Nov. 25, 
1862. Ac. C. 1887; ord. Parrsboro, N. S., Aug. 31, 1887; p. 
Parrsboro, June 1887— June 1890; N. T. I. 1890-92, 1893-94; 
p. Tiverton, R. I., June 1891— Dec. 1894; Lonsdale. Jan. 1895— 
Oct. 1897; Valley Falls, and s. Cumberland Hill, Nov. 1897— 
Mar. 1900; Bear River, N. S., Apr. 1909— Sept. 1905; supt. 
Bapt. H. M., N. S. and P. E. I., also cor. sec. and treas. H. M. 
Bd., also field sec. and treas. for denom. funds for N. S., Sept. 
1905—; ad. Wolfville, N. S. 

WALTER BRADLEY SHUM WAY, b. Philadelphia, Pa., 
Dec. 31, 1852. In bus. 1870-90; N. T. I. 1891-94; ord. Spring- 
vale, Me., Dec. 14, 1894; p. Springvale, Dec. 1894— Oct. 1899; 
supt. schs., Sanford, 1898-99; p. Swampscott, Mass., Jan. 
1900— Sept. 1909; dean theol. dept.. Temple U., and prof. Ch. 
Hist., 1909—; p. Lower Merion ch., Bryn Mawr, 1910—; ad. 
7 Elliott Ave., Bryn Mawr. B. D., N. T. I., 1910; D. D., 
Temple U., 1909. 

JOHN GILES STANTON, b. Mystic, Conn., July 7, 1867. 
N. T. I. 1890-94; ord. North Oxford, July 24, 1894;] p. North 



216 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1894 

Oxford, July 1894— Jure 1901; Woodville, Aug. 1901— Apr. 
1903; Moosup, Conn., May 1903— Apr. 1911; Buda, 111., June 
1911—. 

WALTER LINCOLN STONE, b. Providence, R. I., Mar. 14, 
1867. B. U. 1891; N. T. I. 1891-94; ord. South Penobscot, 
Me., Sept. 20, 1894; p. South Penobscot, Aug. 1894— May 
1897; Sterling, Mass., May 1897— Nov. 1899; Lebanon, N. H., 
Nov. 1899— Feb. 1903; Bolton, Mass., May 1903— May 1904, 
Sterling, May 1904 — May 1910; Greendale ch., Worcester, 
June 1910—; ad. 21 Randall St., Worcester. 

LEO BOONE TKOIvlAS, b. Chicago, 111., Aug. 25, 1869 
H. U. 1891; N. T. I. 1891-94; ord. Newton Centre, May 31, 
1894; p. Colorado Springs, Colo., June 1894-96; Main St. ch., 
Worcester, Mass., 1896 — Dec. 1902; Stoughton St. ch., Boston, 
Feb. 1902— Feb. 1904; Stewart St. ch., Providence, R. I., Apr. 
1904— Nov. 1908; Swampscott, Mass., Nov. 1909—; ad. 46 
High Rock Ave., Swampscott. 



Edward Milo Fuller, b. Westford, Vt., Oct. 6, 1861. Monson 
A. 1881-84; ord. Canaan, N. H., Sept. 11, 1887; p. Canaan, 
1887— Sept. 1889; Stratford ch., Coos, Jan. 1890— Nov. 1891; 
N. T. I. 1891-92; asst. p. Cent, ch., Salem, Feb.— Aug., 1892; p. 
Gardner, Sept. 1892— Sept. 1897; Barre, Vt., Oct. 1897— Mar. 
1903; gen. sec. Vt. S. S. Assoc, Mar. 1903— Dec. 1908; p. Man. 
Chester Centre, Dec. 1908— Apr. 1911; gen. sec. N. H. S. S. 
Assoc, Apr. 1911 — ; joint author, One Hundred Gospel Hymns 
for Male Voices, 1902; various musical compositions; ad. 
Concord, N. H. 

Robert Douglas Graham, b. Perth, Scot., Sept. 5, 1865. N. 
T. I. 1890-93; ord. Boston, June 9, 1893; asst. p. Tremon; 
Temple ch., Boston, 1893— Sept. 1894; p. Im. ch., Denver, 
Colo., Jan. 1895— Apr. 1897; Florence, July 1897—? ; org 
chs. at Lamar and Telluride, 1900; p. Cripple Creek, 1901-02 
org., and p. Tabernacle ch., Colorado Springs, 1903-07; lect. on 
Masonry, 1908—; ad. 2433 West 37th Ave., Denver. 

Newton Clark Ploldrldgc, b. Smithville, N. Y., Oct. 16, 1863 
Colg. U. 1891; N. T. I. 1891-92; C. T. S. 1893-95; not. ord.; 
tea. Elm, N. J., 1880-86, 1892-93; Hammonton, 1886-87; supt. 
prin. High Sch., Williamstown, 1896-97; supt. prin. pub. schs., 
Hammonton, 1897 — . 

Edwin Faxon Osborn, b. Climax, Mich., Sept. 7, 1859. Kal. 
C. 1889; ord. Hillsdale, Mich., Nov. 3, 1885; p. Hillsdale, July 
1885— Nov. 1886; Morenci, Nov. 1886— Feb. 1888; Carson 
City, Feb. 1888— Feb. 1889; Three Rivers, Feb. 1889— Oct. 



1894] STUDENTS 217 

1891; N, T. I. 1891-92; p. Sharon, Oct. 1891— Aug. 1892; 
R. T. S. 1892-94; p. Lysle ave ch., Rochester, N. Y., Sept. 
1892— Jan. 1894; Water town, Jan. 1894— Oct. 1896; lit. work, 
Kalamazoo, Mich., Oct. 1896— July 1899; prof. Hist, and Lit., 
Ewing C, Ewing, 111., July 1899 — June 1900; p. Evansville, 
Ind., June 1900 — July 1902; id. and sec. Ev. and Bib. Assoc, 
Chicago, July 1902 — Aug. 1904; lit. work, Kalamazoo, Mich., 
Aug. 1904 — ; fd. Sylvan Press, Kalamazoo, 1906; author, 
Some Essentials of Christian Grouih, 1896; The Vanishing of 
the Pritice, 1898; Some Foundation Stones of Christian 
Character, 1906; The Teaching of the Parables, 1906; Onar, 
1909. D. D., Ewing C, 1902. 

Loran David Osborn, b. Portland, Mich., Nov. 13, 1863. U, 
Mich. 1891; N. T. I. 1891-92; U. Chic. D. S. 1892-94; ord. 
Elgin, 111., May 15, 1894; p. Im. ch., Elgin, Feb. 1894— Dec. 
1897; Centralia, Jan. 1898-1900; Bloomington, 1900-05; pres. 
Des M. C, Des Moines, la., 1905 — ; author. Recovery and Re- 
statement of the Gospel, 1900. Ph. D., U. Chic, 1900. 

Herbert Ronelle Pwrinton, b. Bowdoinham, Me., Oct. 15, 
1867. C. U. 1891 ; N. T. I. 1891-92; C. D. S. 1892-94; ord. Free 
Bapt. min., Gardiner, Me., June 13, 1894; instr. Heb. and O. T. 
Interp., C. D. S., 1894-95, prof. 1895-1908; prof. Oriental Hist, 
and Rel., Ba. C, 1908-11, prof. Bib. Lit., and Rel., 1911—; 
ad. 40 Mountain Ave., Lewiston, Me. D. D., Hills. C, 1907. 

Harry Sheldon Shaw, b. Berwick, N. S., Apr. 16, 1863. Ac. C. 
1888; N. T. I. parts of 1890-94; ord. Mahone Bay, N. S., Oct. 
18, 1893; p. Mahone Bay, Sept. 1893— Oct. 1897; Liverpool, 
Nov. 1897— Apr. 1900; Hampton Village, N. B., Nov. 1900— 
Nov. 1902; Westchester Station, N. S., Nov. 1902— Apr. 1905 
far., Berwick, 1905—. 

Howard Primrose "Chidden, b. Antigonish, N. S., July 12, 
1871. Ac. C. 1891; N. T. I. Sept.— Dec, 1891; McM. U. D. S., 
Jan. 1892-94; lect. Eloc, McM. U., 1892-93; ord. Morden, 
Manitoba, July 24, 1894; p. Morden, June 1894— Sept. 1896; 
U. Chic D. S. Oct.— Dec, 1896; N. T. I. Jan.— Mar., 1897; 
p. Gait, Ont., Oct. 1897— Aug. 1900; lect. Homil., McM. U., 
1899-1900; prof. Bib. Lit., Brandon C, Brandon, Manitoba, 
Sept. 1900 — Aug. 1903; act. p. Trinity ch., Minneapolis, Minn., 
Oct.— Dec, 1903; p. 1st ch., Dayton, O., Jan. 1904— . D. D., 
D. U., 1906. 

William Carey Whitakcr, b. Padiham, Eng., July 12, 1860. 
N. T. I. 1891-92; ord. Conway, June 7, 1892; p. Conway, Apr. 
1892-90; Plaistow, N. H., 1896— Feb. 1898; Am. ch., Los 
Angeles, Cal., May— Nov., 1898; Tempe, Ariz., Nov. 1898— 



218 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1894 

Apr. 1901; Bakersfield, May 1901— May 1902; Banning, Cal., 
May 1903— May 1905; Orland, June 1905— Tune 1906; Willits, 
Sept. 1909—. 



William Clements, b. Ballinran, Ire., Aug. 14, 1866. N. T. I. 
1892-94; ord. Wells Depot, Me., Dec. 13, 1894; p. Wells Depot, 
Sept. 1894— Sept. 1895; Buxton Centre, Nov. 1895— Dec. 1902; 
Rockport, Mass., Jan. 1903— Feb. 1904; Springvale, Me., Feb. 
1904-06; health failed; w. c. 1906—; ad. Springvale. 

Robert Ward Fisher, b. Charlottetown, P. E. I., June 20, 1868. 
Prince of Wales C, Charlotte tovm, 1885-86; N. T. I. 1892-94; 
ord. Middleboro, June 4, 1894; p. Rock ch.. South Middleboro, 
1894-95; East Longmeadow, Nov. 1895— Mar. 1897; act. p. 
North Attleboro, Apr. 1897— Oct. 1898; w. c. Moncton, N. B., 
1898—? ; p. Clementsport, N. S., ?— 1904; Advocate, 1904—? 
Shelbume, 1907—? ; Jordan Falls, 1909—. 

*Henri Gelan, b. Bischweiler, Ger., Sept. 13, 1863. N. T. I. 
1892-94; ord. Lynn, Mass., June 18, 1894; p. French ch., 
Stryker, O., 1894— June 1895; German ch., Bridgeport, Conn. 
May 1896— Dec. 1897; German ch., Winona, Minn., Dec. 
1897 — ?; in miss, work among Germans, p. chs. in Ont., 
Lycoming Co., Pa., Hepburn, N. J., Anthony, Fairfield, 
Hoboken; d. Hoboken, Mar. 16, 1910. 

Elie Marc, b. Rheims, France, Aug. 30, 1868. N. T. I. 1892- 
94; ord. Providence, R. I., Sept. 6, 1894; miss, to French, 
Natick, R. I., June— Sept., 1894; miss. Haiti, Oct. 1894—; 
ad. Trou du Nord, Haiti. 

Theodore Osol, b. Riga, Russia, Sept. 18 or 20, 1862. N. T. I. 
1892-94; trav. sales. 1894-98; in serv. of transport line to the 
Klondike region, spg. 1898; ? 

Frank Parker, b. Reading, Mass., Mar. 6, 1859. Gordon Miss. 
Tm. Sch. 1890-91; N. T. I. 1892-94; ord. Reading, Sept. 12, 
1894; p. Marshfield, Oct. 1894— May 1898; Plaistow, N. H., 
May 1898— June 1904; supt. sclis., Plaistow,. 1899-1904; p. 
Wenham, Mass., June 1904 — . 

Edouard Constant Ramette, b. Le Cateau, Nord, France, Apr. 
2, 1864. N. T. I. 1891-94; p. French miss, in Providence, R. I., 
and Central Falls, June 1891— Oct. 1894; ord. Providence, 
June 29, 1894; supt. French miss., R. I , 1894— Oct. 1898, and 
p. Providence, Central Falls, and Natick, Oct. 1894— June 1899, 
p. French Bapt. miss., Woonsocket, July 1899 — Sept. 1910, 
and Manchaug, Mass., Mar. 1909— ^ept. 1910; LoweU, Mass. 
Oct. 1910—; ed. French Baptist Monthly, 1896-97. 



* 1895] STUDENTS 219 

Charles Thomas Reekie, b. Clinton, Mass., Feb. 12, 1867. 
N. T. I. 1892-94; ord. Clinton, May 31, 1894; p. East Washing- 
ton, N. H., Nov. 1894— Apr. 1901; North Londonderry, Apr. 
1901— Aug. 1903; Grasmere, Sept. 1903— Nov. 1907; Green- 
dale ch., Worcester, Mass., Dec. 1907 — Mar. 1910; Addison, Vt., 
Apr. 1910—; ad. R. F. D. 1, Vergennes, Vt. 

George Hay Watt, b. Costlybum, Huntly. Scot., July 28, 1861 
N. T. I. 1892- Dec. 1894; ord. Quincy, Mar. 29, 1895; p. Ira, 
Vt., and West Rutland, Apr. 1895— Mar. 1896; West Rutland, 
Apr. 1896— June 1900; in bus., 1900— June 1907; colp. Vt. 
Bapt. State Conv., June 1907 — ; ad. 138 South Main St., Barre, 
Vt. 



Samuel Russell, b. Margarets Bay, Halifax Co., N. S., June 
16, 1863. Gordon Miss. Tm. Sch., Boston, 2 yrs. ; N. T I., 
1892-93; asst. p. Ruggles St. ch., Boston, 1893-1900; ord. 
Ruggles St. ch., Boston, Sept. 27, 1900; p. People's ch., Man- 
chester, N. H., Oct. 1900-12; assoc. p. Ruggles St. ch., Boston, 
Mass., 1912—. 30— *1 

1895 

C. B. BoLLES, C'ass Secretary 

CHARLTON BURGESS BOLLES, b. New Bedford, Mass., 
Aug. 23, 1868. N. T. I. 1892-95; ord. New Bedford, May 24, 
1895; p. Rockport, Dec. 1895— Jan. 1902; North ch., Brockton, 
Feb. 1902— Apr. 1904; 2d ch., Danbury, Conn., May 1904— 
Aug. 1907; ed. and publ., prop. Bar Harbor Press Co., Bar 
Harbor, Me., 1907—; act. p. Cranberry Isles, July 1903— Oct. 
1910. 

ALBERT EDWARD HYLAN, b. Fremont, N. H., June 11, 
1865. B. U. 1892; N. T. I. 1892-95; ord. Westboro, July 31, 
1895; p. Westboro, July 1895— June 1902; s. var. chs., July 
1902— Nov. 1903; p. Vineyard Haven, Dec. 1903— Feb. 1910; 
Medfield, Mar. 1910—. 

JAMES WILLIAM ILLSLEY, b. Welsford, N. S., May 18, 
1869. Ac. C. 1891; N. T. I. 1892-95; ord. Wenham, May 29, 
1895; p. Wenham, 1895— July 1897; Whiting, Vt., Sept. 1897— 
Apr. 1900; M. E. ch., Waterbury Centre, Oct. 1900— Apr. 1902; 
rec. into Vt. M. E. Conf., Apr. 1901; p. Worcester, Apr. 1902— 
Apr. 1904; Montgomerv, Apr. 1904— Apr. 1906; Grand Isle, 
Apr.— Dec, 1906; Springfield, Neb., Dec. 1906— Sept. 1909; 
Craig, Sept. 1909— Sept. 1910; Meadow Grove, Sept. 1910—. 

THOCAS Ax\TOINE CONDILLAC JEAN-JACQUES, b. 

Port-de-Paix, Haiti, Mar. 16, 1871. Lycee National, Port au 



220 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1895 

Prince, 2 yrs.; N. T. I. 1891-95; ord. Woburn, May 30, 1895; 
p. St. John's ch., -Woburn, 1893— aut. 1896; Calvary ch., 
Boston, 1896 — Nov. 1897; Inspector of Govt, schs., Port-de- 
Paix, Haiti, Dec. 1898— Dec. 1902; p. Eglise Baptiste du Cap 
Haitien, Feb. 1904—; ad. Cap Haitien, Haiti. 

JOHN HUGH JENNER, b. St. John, N. B., Feb. 9, 1861 
Ord. North Brookiield, N. S., Dec. 20, 1887; p. North Brook- 
field, 1887— Sept. 1890; Cambridge, Sept. 1890— Sept. 1892; 
Ac. C. 1891; N. T. I. 1892-95; act. p. Osterville, 1892-95; p. 
West Springfield, May 1895— Sept. 1901; North ch., Halifax, 
N. S., Oct. 1901— Apr. 1908; North Sydney, C. B., Apr. 1908—; 
author. Treasured Leaves, 1900. 

CLARENCE REGINALD MLNARD, b. ComwalHs, N. S., 
Apr. 21, 1868. Ac. C. 1890; ord. Clements Vale. N. S., Nov. 5, 
1890; p. Clements Vale, 1890-92; N. T. L 1892-95; p. Palmer, 
July 1895— Dec. 1898; Carew St. ch., Springfield, Jan.— 
Nov., 1899; Capitol Hill ch., Denver, Colo., Jan. 1900— Oct. 
1908; Oceanside, Cal., Aug. 1911—. Ph. D., U. Denver, 1906. 

ERNEST AUGUSTUS ROYAL, b. Lewiston, Me., Aug. 11, 
1867. U. R. 1892; N. T. I. 1892-95; ord. Bowdoinham, Me., 
Sept. 20, 1895; p. Bowdoinham, June 1895— Mar. 1897; Farm- 
ington. Mar. 1897— Dec. 1901; TowTishend, Vt., Dec. 1901— 
June 1905; West Boylston, Mass., June 1905 — . 

FRANCISCO CAETANO BORGES SILVA. b. San Miguel 
Island, Azores, Oct. 28, 1863. A. of Cal. C; N. T. I. 1892-95; 
ord. Portuguese Bapt. chap., New Bedford, Sept. 26, 1895; 
miss, to Portuguese, New Bedford, 1893 — ; ed. and publ. Pro- 
gresso, Oct. 1896— July 1908; Ahorada, Mar. 1909—. 

HENRY FRANKLIN TIBBITS, b. New Castle Creek, Grand 
Lake, N. B., Jan. 28, 1863. W. A. 1889-92; N. T. I. 1892-95; 
ord. Dudley St. ch., Boston, May 27, 1895; p. Chatsworth, 111., 
Aug. 1895— Sept. 1896; Eau Claire, Wis., Oct. 1896— Sept. 
1897; Correctionville, la., Nov. 1897— Nov. 1901; Chadron, 
Neb., Nov. 1901— Sept. 1904; Walworth, Wis., Sept. 1904— 
Jan. 1907; Pekin, 111., Apr. 1907— Oct. 1908; Oglesby, Nov. 
1908—. 



EVERETT ANTHONY BO WEN, b. Lewiston, Me., Nov. 12, 
1869. B. U. 1892; U. Chic, 1892-94; N. T. I. 1894-95; sub. 
for jim. O. T., spg. term, elec. work in N. T., and rec. spec, 
cert.; ord. Central ch., Providence, R. I., Jan. 28, 1896; p.Har- 
vard ch.. Still River, Mass., Oct. 1896— Feb. 1900;' Willimantic, 
Conn., Mar. 1900— Apr. 1904; grad. stud. B. U., win. 1904-05; 



1895] STUDENTS 221 

p. Hope Valley, R. I. May 1905— Apr. 1908; ad. Lakeville, 
Mass. 

Charles Valentine French, b. Bridgewater, Vt., May 23, 1863. 
C. A. 1887; N. T. I. parts of 1890-93; ord. Grafton, Vt., Dec. 
20, 1893; p. Grafton, 1893— Apr. 1896; South Acworth, N. H., 
Apr. 1897— July 1899; Cornish Flat, July 1899— Oct. 1901; 
East Washington, Nov. 1901— Aug. 1903; Cambridge, Me., 
Oct. 1904— Jan. 1906; West Rockport, Nov. 1908— Apr. 1910; 
East Dixfield, May 1910—. 

Aosten Tremaize Kempton, b. Upper Canard, N. S., Feb. G, 
1870. Ac. C. 1891; ord. Milton, N. S., Aug. 13, 1891; p. Milton, 
1891— Aug. 1892; N. T. I. 1892-93, Sept.— Dec, 1895; p. 
Sharon, May 1893 — Nov. 1895; asst. p. Stoughton St. ch., 
Boston, Dec. 1895— Dec. 1896; p. Highland ch., Fitchburg, 
Jan. 1897 — Mar. 19^2; act. p. Cong, ch., Lunenburg, Feb. 
1904— Feb. 1912; p. Broadway Bapt. ch., Cambridge, Feb. 
1912 — ; prop. Kempton Lectures; ad. Lunenburg. 

Percival Hylton Lynch, b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 11, 1871. 
N. T. I. 1892-95; ord. Southeast ch., Philadelphia, Pa., July 22, 
1896; p. Southeast ch., Philadelphia, June 1896— Aug. 1899; 
Mem. ch., Altoona, Aug. 1899 — Feb. 1903 ; 1st ch., Jersey Shore, 
Feb. 1903— June 1908; Berean ch., Carbondale, July 1908—; 
asst. ed. Baptist Bulletin, Phila., 1897-99; ad. 33 Lincoln Ave., 
Carbondale, Pa. 

Charles Edgar Rosecrans, b. Owatonna, Minn., Aug. 6, 1868. 
O. C. 1887-90; Miss. Tm. Sch., Boston, Mass., Dec. 1891— May 
1892; N. T. I. 1892-94; ord. Clarendon St. cli., Boston, June 27, 
1894; p. Monroe, 1894; ev. 1894-95; prin. Lahainaluna S., 
H I., 1895-98; chap, car miss., 1899; lyceum lect. 1900—; 
ed. Hawaii's Young People, 1897-98; ad. 618 Steinway Hall, 
Chicago, 111. 

James Edson "Warner, b. Comwallis, N. S , Aug. 30, 1868. 
U. Cambridge, Eng., 1890-91; Com. U. 1891-92; R. T. S. 1892- 
93, 1894-95; ord. Cambridgeport, Mass., June 18, 1893; p. In- 
man Sq. ch., Cambridgeport, 1893-94; N. T. I. 1893-94; U. 
Chic, 1895-97; prof. Gr. and Anc Hist., Miss. C, 1897-98; stud. 
U. Chic. sum. 1899; sales., Boston, Mass., 1900—? ; ? 



nWilliam Samuel Braddan, b. Fort McKavett, Tex., Mar. 15, 
1871. 10th U. S. cav., May 1888— Aug. 1891; N. T. I. Feb. 
1894-95; ord. Newton Centre, June 6, 1895; p. Ann Arbor, 
Mich., Oct. 1895^0ct. 1896; 2d ch., Detroit, Nov. 1896— June 
1901; Berean ch., Chicago, 111.. Sept. 1901—; ad. 5008 5th Ave., 
Chicago. D. D., Guadalupe C, Tex., 1904. 



222 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1895 

Frank Qayton Briggs, b. Colebrook, Conn., Feb. 16, 1863. 
N. T. I. 1893-95; ord. Boston, June 28, 1896; assoc. p. Taber- 
nacle ch., Boston, 1896-99; p. Manchester, 1899-1902; miss. 
A. B. M. U., Himeji Japan, 1902—; ad. 47 Shimotera Machi, 
Himeji. 

Lyman Eugene Carter, b. Brooklin, Me., Jan. 9, 1852. State 
Norm. Sch., Me., 1876-80; ord. Bradley, Oct. 1, 1891; p. Brad- 
ley, 1891— Aug. 1893; N. T. I. 1893-95; p. Rowley, Mar. 1894— 
May 1895; Washburn, Me., June 1895— May 1897; Hodgdon, 
July 1897— Aug. 1903; Nobleboro, Oct. 1903— Mar. 1909; 
Parkman, Apr. 1909— Apr. 1911; Friendship, May 1911—. 

Harry Willard Chamberlin, b. Petersham, Mass., Aug. 13, 
1866. N. T. I. 1893-95; ord. Monroe, June 8, 1895; p. Monroe, 
1895— Dec. 1896; Southwick, Jan. 1897— Dec. 1898; Peters- 
ham, Jan. 1899— Dec. 1903; Ashland, Dec. 1903— June 1905; 
asst. p. South Framingham, 1906; asst. p. Winter Hill ch., 
Somerville, 1907-08; p. Bunker Hill ch., Charlestown, 1908—; 
ad. 75 Mt. Vernon St., Somerville. 

"Willard Colby Cook, b. Charlestown, Mass., May 5, 1865. 
Miss. Tm. Sch., Boston, 1892-93; N. T. I. 1893-95; ord. Stam- 
ford, Vt., June 28, 1895; p. Stamford, 1895— Aug. 1896; Noble- 
boro, Me., Feb. 1898— July 1901; Ipswich, Mass., July 1901— 
Oct. 1902; Malaga, Cal., Feb. 1903— July 1906; Clovis, July 
1906— July 1910; Azusa, Sept. 1910—. 

Frank Day, b. Royal ton, N. Y., Mar. 17, 1860. Lockport 
Un. Sch.; N. T. I. 1893-95; ord. Colchester, Conn., June 29, 
1897; p. Colchester, Nov. 1896— Nov. 1900; Waterloo, N. Y., 
Nov. 1900— Mar. 1903; Philadelphia, Sept. 1903— Sept. 1906; 
West Union, la., Jan. 1907— Apr. 1910; Algona, Apr. 1910—; 
ad. 215 East McGregor St., Algona, la. 

Albert Palmer Fox, b. Batavia, N. Y., Jan. 9, 1872. R. C. 
1890-93; N. T. I. 1893-95; ord. Limerick, Me., Sept. 23, 1895; 
p. Limerick, June 1895— July 1896; Eden, Sept. 1896— Feb. 
1898; Orleans, N. Y., Apr. 1898— Dec. 1900; Darien, Dec. 
1900— Oct. 1902; Canaseraga, Oct. 1902— Oct. 1905; Angelica, 
Oct. 1905— Apr. 1910; Carmel, Apr. 1910—. 

Arthur Ernest Harriman, b. North Adams, Mass., Dec. 2, 
1869. Colg. U. 1889-90; N. T. I. 1893-95; ord. Sterling, Jan. 
1, 1895; p. Colchester, Conn., 1895-96; p. Leominster, 1897— 
Nov. 1901; East ch., Lynn., Dec. 1901— Sept. 1909; Middle- 
bury, Vt., Oct. 1909— Sept. 1910; East ch., Lynn, Mass., Oct. 
1910—; ad. 37 Breed St., Lynn. Ph. B., la. Christ. C, 1909. 



1896] STUDENTS 223 

David Mount Lockrow, b. Albany, N. Y., Apr. 7, 1869. Colg. 
A. 1891-93; N. T. I. 1893-95; H. U. 1901-03; ord. Rowley, 
June 5, 1895; p. Rowley, June 1895-98; Melrose Highlands, 
Sept. 1898-1906; ev. Mass. Bapt. Miss. Soc, 1906— Feb. 1911; 
dir. men's work, Tremont Temple ch., Boston, Mar. 1911 — ; 
ad. 19 Morgan St., Wobum. 

Arthur Locke Winn, b. Wobum, Mass., Sept. 8, 1869. Miss. 
Tm. Sch., Boston, 1891-93; N. T. I. 1893-95; ord. Waterboro, 
Me., June 18, 1895; p. Waterboro, 1895— Dec. 1S97; in bus., 
Winchester, Mass., Jan. 1898 — . 



Frederick Elbridge Heath, b. Auburn, Me., May 25, 1872. 
Nichols Lat. Sch., Lewiston, Me.; C. D. S.; N. T. I., aut. 
1893-95; ord. Sterling, Sept. 4, 1895; p. Sterling, 1895— Mar. 
1897; Spencer, Apr. 1897-99; Weston, 1900-05; stud. H. U. 
1900-02; p. Tabernacle ch., Boston, 1905—; ad. 334 Harvard 
St., Cambridge. 

Isaiah Btidd Wallace, b. Lower Granville, N. S., Aug. 5, 1864. 
Hort. A., Wolfville, aut. 1886— win. 1887; N. T. I. 1893— Oct. 
1894; res. St. John, N. B., Oct 1894— July 1895; salor, 1895— 
spg. 1897; elk. WolfvUle, N. S., spg. 1897— Aug. 1898; res. 
Wolfville, and many other places. 

27 
1896 

F. LSNT, Class Secretary 

WILLIAM HENRY ALLISON, b. Somerville, Mass., Aug. 17, 
1870. H. U. 1893; N. T. I. 1893-96; U. Halle, 1896-97; ord. 
North Ave. ch., Cambridge, Mass., May 13, 1896; s. Sandusky St. 
ch., Allegheny, Pa., Aug.^-Sept., 1898; w. c. North Cambridge, 
Mass., Oct. 1898— Feb. 1899; p. Penacook, N. H., Mar. 1899- July 
1902; U. Chic. 1902-05; prof. Ch. Hist and Miss., Pacific T. S., 
1904-05; prof. Hist, and PoHt. Sci., F. C, 1905-08; prof. Hist., 
Bryn Mawr C, 1908-10; prof. Ecc. Hist., and dean, Colg. T. S., 
1910 — ; author. Baptist Councils in America, 1906; Inventory 
of Unpublished Manuscript Material relating to American Re- 
ligious History, 1911. B. D., N. T. L, 1902; Ph. D., U. Chic, 
1905. 

CHARLES BALDWIN BACON, b. Chelsea, Mass., Nov. 30, 
1868. B. U. 1892-93; N. T. I. 1893-96; ord. Chelsea, June 14, 
1896; p. Port Bragg, Cal., and Uldah, miss. No. Cal., 1896— Aug. 
1897; p. Salem, Ore., Oct. 1897— Aug. 1898; Col. U. 1898-99; 
tea. Norm. Sch., Stevens Point, Wis.; State Norm. Sch. Terre 
Haute, Ind. 



224 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1896 

SUMNER BANGS, b. Readfield, Me., Sept. 22, 1859. He- 
bron A., 1893; N. T. I. 1893-96; ord. Buckfield, Me., Jan. 14, 
1897; p. Buckfield, Nov. 1896— May 1898; East Auburn, 
June— July, 1898; Tenant's Harbor, July 1898— July 1901; 
w. c. Everett, Mass., July 1901— Mar. 1902; p. Charleston, Me., 
Mar. 1902— Sept. 1905; Oakland, Oct. 1905— Sept. 1908; tea. 
manual tm., Leland U., New Orleans, La., Oct. 1908 — . 

ARTHUR TRAIN BELKNAP, b. Framingham, Mass., Feb. 
8, 1872. B. U. 1893; N. T. I. 1893-96; U. Halle 1896; ord. 
Sanford, Me., Feb. 26, 1897; p. Sanford, Jan. 1897— Sept. 1898; 
H. U. D. S., post-grad., 1898-99; p. Andover, Mass., June 1900— 
Oct. 1905; Jefferson St. ch.. Providence, R. I., Oct. 1905— 
Sept. 1907; prof. Eng., F. C, Sept. 1907—; ad. 49 North 
Hougham St., Franklin, Ind. S. T. B., H. U., 1899. 

JOHN FREDERICK BLACKLOCK, b. Providence, R. I., 
Feb. 7, 1866. B. U. 1892; N. T. I. 1892-93, 1895-96; C.T. S. 
1894-95; ord. Chesham, N. H., Aug. 25, 1896; p. Chesham, July 
1896— July 1899; Meriden, July 1899— May 1900; Tamaica, 
Vt., June 1900— Dec. 1902; Salem, N. H., Dec. 1902—; ad. 
Salem Depot, N. H. 

CHARLES ALVIN BROOKS, b. Watkins, N. Y., Jan. 7, 
1871. Vt. A. 1889-91; Mt. Hennon Sch., 1893; N. T. I. 1893- 
96; ord. Watkins, N. Y., July 16, 1896; p. Waterloo, Sept. 
1896— Aug. 1898; Knowlesville, Aug. 1898— Apr. 1900; Pitts- 
ford, May 1900— Sept. 1903; 3d St. ch., Dayton. O., Oct. 
1903 — Nov. 1907; sec and supt. city miss., Cleveland, Dec, 
1907—; ad. 1134 Scoffield Bldg., Cleveland. 

THOMAS CAIN, b. Portadown, Ire., Sept. 23, 1867. Colg. U. 
1889-91; N. T. I. 1893-96; ord. Newton, June 19, 1896; S. S. 
miss. Chelsea, Nov. 1896— May 1897; p. West Swanzey, N. H., 
Aug. 1897— May 1901; Windsor, Vt, Aug. 1901— Oct. 1905; 
Laconia, N. H., Nov. 1905 — Apr. 1910; Kennebunkport, Me., 
May 1910— 

ULYSSES SHERMAN DAVIS, b. Pittsburg, Pa., Dec. 27, 
1866. D. U. 1892; U. Chic. D. S. 1892-94; ord. Bellevue, 
Mich., June. 26, 1894; p. Bellevue, May 1894— July 1895; N. T. 
I. 1895-96; p. Marlboro, June 1896— Mar. 1900; Dayton, O., 
Apr. 1900— Dec. 1905; Bloomington, III., Jan. 1906— Jan. 
1912; Akron, O., Jan. 1912—. D. D., S. C, 1907. 

EDWIN BAILEY DOLAN, b. Hudson, Mass., Apr. 10, 1869. 
B. U. 1893; N. T. I. 1893-96; ord. South Waterboro, Me., Sept. 
21, 1896; p. South Waterboro, July 1896— Nov. 1901; Wales, 
Mass., Dec. 1901— Apr. 1907; Agawam, May 1907— Aug. 1910; 



1896] STUDENTS 225 

1st ch., Holyoke, Sept. 1910—; ad. 150 South St., Holyoke. 
B.D., N. T. I., 1907. 

HARRY SAINT JOHN FILMER, b. St. John, N. B., July 7, 

1867. B. U. 1893; N. T. I. 1893-96; ord. Fall River, July 8, 
1896; p. Brownell St. chap.. Fall River, July 1896— May 1900; 
Laconia, N. H., May 1900— June 1903; Webster, Mass., July 
1903—. 

FREDERICK LENT, b. Freeport, N. S., June 10, 1872. N. 
T. I. 1893-96; B. U. 1900; ord. Leicester, Mass., Nov. 6, 1895; p. 
Calvary ch., Salem, June 1896 — June 1898; Oaklawn, R. I., 
July 1898— Sept. 1901; s. 1st ch.. New Haven, Conn., Mar.— 
Dec, 1903, p. Feb. 1904—; stud. Y. U. 1901-06; instr. Bib. 
Lit., B. U., 1900-01; Y. U., 1903-07, 1909-10; ad. 195 Livings- 
ton St., New Haven, Conn. B. D., N. T. I., 1900; Ph. D., Y. U., 
1906. 

WILLIAM EARNEST LOMBARD, b. Turner, Me., Aug. 2, 

1868. C. U. 1893; N. T. I. 1893-96; ord. Brewer, Me., July 22, 
1896; p. Brewer, 1893— Sept. 1898; Camden, Oct. 1898-1905; 
Andover, Mass., Feb. 1906 — ; instr. Gordon Miss. Trn. Sch., 
1906-08; Gordon Sch., N. T. I., 1908-10; ad. Andover. 

GEORGE ARTHUR MARTELL, b. Round Island, C. B., 
June 5, 1869. Ac. C. 1888-90, grad. Ac. U. 1897; N. T. 1. 1893- 
96; ord. Brewster,- June 17, 1896; p. Brewster, 1896; H. U. 
1897-98, grad.; p. Turners Falls, Aug. 1898-1900; Williman- 
sett, Dec. 1900— Feb. 1909; McMinnville, Ore., Sept. 1909— 
Oct. 1910; instr. Pacific Coast Bapt. T. S., May 1910—; ad. 
1081 Monroe Ave., Berkeley, Cal. B. D., N. T. I., 1904. 

JOEL BYRON SLOCUM, b. Mt. Hanley, N. S., Feb. 1, 1868. 
C. U. 1893; N. T. I. 1893-96; ord. Tremont Temple ch., Boston, 
June 19, 1896; p. Westbrook, Me., Nov. 1896— May 1897; 
Laconia, N. H., June 1897— Nov. 1898; 1st ch., Concord, Dec. 
1898— Oct. 1903; Istch., Columbus, O., Nov. 1903— Apr. 1907; 
Greenwood ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., May 1907 — ; author, poems, 
hymns, essays; cont. rel. papers; chapl. N. H. leg., 1901-02; 
ad. 152 Prospect Park West, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

WILLIAM MURRAY SMALLMAN,b.Summerside, P. E. I., 
Mar. 9, 1857. Ac. C. 1891; ord. Dartmouth, N. S., July 16, 
1891; p. Dartmouth, 1891— July 1893; N. T. I. 1893-96; p. 
Winthrop, June 1896— May 1900; Nictaux, N. S., June 1900— 
Jan. 1903; New Glasgow, Jan. 1903—. 

WILLIAM ABBOT SMITH, b. Waterville, Me., Apr. 30, 
1868. C. U. 1891; tea. John B. Stetson U., Fla., 1892-93; N. 
T. I. 1893-96; U. Halle, 1896-97; ord. WatervUle, Me., July 14, 



226 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1896 

1897; tea. Waterville, 1898-1902; p. Central Sq. ch., Portland, 
Mar. 1903-07; 2d ch., Suffield, Conn., Apr. 1908—. 

DANIEL CORY SNOW, b. Providence, R. I., May 1, 1870. 
B. U. 1893; N. T. I. 1893-96; res. Raynham, Mass. 

CHARLES ALBERT TENNY, b. Wilmington, 111., Mar. 3, 
1868. Dr. U. 1891; N. T. I. 1893-96; ord. Newport, N. H. 
June 29, 1896; p. Newport, June 1896— July 1903; Sac City, 
la., Aug. 1903— July 1904; Algona, July 1904— July 1906; 
Newton, Sept. 1906— Sept. 1908; sec. Des M. C, Oct. 1908— 
Oct. 1911; p. Cascade, Nov. 1911—. 



Ingram Ebenezer Bill, Jr., b. Hampton, N. B., Nov. 23, 1871. 
Ac. U. 1893; N. T. I. 1893-94; ord. Cleveland, O., Sept. 19, 
1894; p. West Cleveland, June 1894— May 1895; R. T. S. 
1895-97; p. Oberlin, O., Sept. 1897— Jan. 1905; U. Chic. D. S., 
1905-08, Fellow in Ch. Hist., 1907-08; p. Capitol Hill ch., 
Denver, Colo., Mar.— Sept., 1908; North Shore ch., Chicago, 
111., Sept. 1908—; ad. 4620 Magnolia Ave., Chicago. 

Joseph Walther, b. Bridgeport, Conn., Apr. 24, 1865. B. U. 
1893; N. T. I. 1893— Nov. 1895; ord. Holden, July 2, 1895; p. 
Holden, Jan. 1895— Apr. 1902; Keene, N. H., May 1902— Jan. 
1909; Wollaston, Mass., Feb. 1909—; ad. 81 Prospect Ave., 
Wollaston, Mass. 



Robert Werner Bagwell, b. Onancock, Accomac Co., Va., Mar. 
22, 1871. N. T. I. 1894-96; ord. Accomac, Va., Aug. 26,1896; 
p. Jarratt, 1896-1905; Arvonia and Mt. Zion, 1906—; ad. New 
Canton, Va. 

Wallace Henry Mays, b. Millburg, Mich., Aug. 1, 1866. Kal. 
C. 1892-94; N. T. I. 1894-96; ev. New England and the Middle 
States, 1896-98; res. Benton Harbor, Mich., 1898; ord. Albion, 
Jan. 31, 1899; p. Albion, Jan.— Apr., 1899; health failed ; 
Sodus; in bus., Goshen, Ind. 

Charles Issachar Ramsey, b. Newmarket, N. H., Dec. 23, 1869. 
N. T. I. 1894-96; ord. Somersworth, N. H., July 3, 1896; p. 
Northville, Conn., July 1896-1900; Colchester, Jan. 1900-06; 
Thompson, Aug. 1906— June 1910; Penn's Grove, N. J., 1910—. 

George Ellsworth Whitehotise, b. Cumberland, Me., May 1, 
1868. N. T. I. 1894-96; ord. Central Falls, R. I., Feb. 15, 1897; 
p. Cheshire, Mass., Nov. 1896— Feb. 1900; Braintree, Feb. 
1900— Oct. 1903; East Milton, Oct. 1903— Sept. 1905; Monc- 
ton, N. B., Sept. 1905— Nov. 1900; Im. ch., Washington, D. C, 
Dec. 1906-09; 6th Ave. ch., Tacoma, Wash., 1909—; ad. 
3024 South 9th St., Tacoma. 24 



1897] STUDENTS 227 

1897 

C. H. ElIvIS, Class Secretary 
*NORMAN NORTH BISHOP, b. Canaan, N. S., Sept. 6, 

1867. B. U. 1895; N. T. I. 1891-92, 1895-97; act. p. North 
Easton, 1896-98; ord. Beverly Farms, Sept. 27, 1898; p. 
Beverly Farms, 1898— Jan. 1900; Chicopee Falls, Feb. 1900— 
Feb. 1904; health failed ; d. West Dennis, Aug. 18, 1905. B. D., 
N. T. I., 1902. 

FREDERICK LOUIS CLEVELAND, b. Conwav, Mass., 
■June 17, 1864. S. B. T. S. 1893-95; N. T. I. 1895-97; ord. 
Chapelhill, N. C, Sept. 22, 1897; p. Chapelhill. Aug. 1897— 
July 1900; North Hanover, Mass., Dec. 1900— Dec. 1905; 
assoc. p. Maiden, Mar. 1907—; ad. 16 Concord St., Maiden. 

WILLIAM JOBES EDDY, b. Crossroads, W. Va., Mar. 2, 
1862. Ord. Crossroads, Aug. 30, 1891; p. Greensboro, Pa., 
June 1891— Sept. 1893; U. W. Va. 1893; U. Chic. D. S. 1893-94; 
N. T. I. 1895-97; p. Fairmont, W. Va., 1897—. 

CHARLES HAIGH ELLIS, b. Rochdale, Eng., Oct. 13, 1867. 
B. U. 1894; N. T. I. 1894-97; ord. North Billerica, June 23, 
1897; p. Chelmsford Centre, June 1897—. 

THOMAS PHILLIPS EVANS, b. Cornwall, Eng., Dec. 25, 

1868. Kimball Un. A. 1891-94; N. T. L 1894-97; ord. Methuen, 
July 20, 1897; p. Billerica, July 1897— Oct. 1906; Holliston, 
Oct. 1906—. 

DANIEL WEBSTER KIMBALL, b. Cambridge, Me., Dec. 

24, 1869. C. U. 18G4; N. T. I. 1894-97; ord. Manchester, Dec. 
16, 1897; p. Manchester, Nov. 1897— Dec. 1898; w. c. Cam- 
bridge, Me., Dec. 1898— May 1901 ; p. Wayne, June 1901— Sept. 
1908; Mechanic Falls, Nov. 1908—. 

DAVID TRISTAN MAGILL, b. Strathrov, Ont., Oct. 7, 

1866. Kal. C. 1894; N. T. I. 1894-97; ord. Flint, Mich., Apr. 

25, 1893; p. Milford, Mass., July 1897— Feb. 1907; Calvary 
ch., Chicago, 111., Mar. 1907 — ; ad. 3941 Michigan Ave., Chicago. 
B. D., N. T. I., 1900. 

GEORGE FRED ROUILLARD, b. Boston, Mass., Oct. 29, 

1867. H. U. 1894; N. T. I. 1894-97; ord. Kennebunk, Me., 
July 7, 1897; p. Kennebunk, 1897— Dec. 1901; Bath, Jan. 
1902— May 1909; asst. to home sec, A. B. F. M. S., Nov. 1909— 
June 1911 ; p. No. Stratford, N. H. Dec. 1911—; ad. Coos, N. H. 

JOHN ELIJAH SMITH, b. Jefferson, Mich., Aug. 9, 1871. 
Kal. C. 1894; N. T. I. 1894-97; ord. Keene, N. H., June 29, 
1897; p. Keene, 1897— Feb. 1902; Kalamazoo, Mich., Mar. 
1902—. 



228 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1897 

EDWIN FITZSON SNELL, first name changed from EDDY 
b. Lawrence, Mass., June 3, 1869. W. A. 1893; H. U. 1897 
N. T. I. 1894-97; ord. Hampton Falls, N. H., June 17, 1897. 
p. Hampton Falls and Seabrook, 1897— Sept. 1899; Lincoln 
Park ch.. West Newton, Mass., Oct. 1899— Jan. 1909; Cong, 
eh., Mansfield, Feb. 1909— May 1910; Winnetka, Chicago, 111., 
June 1910—. 

FREDERICK McKEE WHITE, b. CenterviUe, Mich., Aug. 
10, 1870. U. Mich. 1894; ord. Dexter, Mich., Sept. 6, 1893; p. 
Dexter, 1893— Sept. 1894; N. T. I. 1894-97; p. Hingham, July 
1895— Nov. 1897; Amherst, Nov. 1897— Dec. 1901; Foxboro, 
Dec. 1901— Sept. 1904; Winthrop, Sept. 1904—; ad. 179 Her- 
mon St., Winthrop. B. D., N. T. I., 1901; Ph. D., Bost. U., 
1908. 

CHARLES BURDITT WILLIAMS, b. Cambridge, Mass., 
Oct. 30, 1865. H. U. 1892-94; N. T. I. 1894-97; ord. West 
Sutton, June 29, 1897; p. West Sutton, 1897-1900; Inman 
Sq. ch., Cambridge, July 1901— Sept. 1903; West Royalston, 
Nov. 1906-09; Fitzwilliam, N. H., Aug. 1909—. 

HENRY B V/ILLIAMS, b. Central, Keweenaw Co., Mich., 
Dec. 25, 1863. U. R. 1888-92; N. T. I. 1894-97; ord. Fayette- 
ville, N. Y., Sept. 14, 1897; p. Fayette ville,>Sept. 1897— Dec. 
1903; Woburn, Mass., Dec. 1903—; author. Inter pres, 1891; 
Centennial Fayeiteville Baptist Church, 1897; cont. rel. papers; 
ad. 524 Main St., Woburn, Mass. D. D., Simmons C, 1904. 

HERBERT EDWIN WISE, b. Great Yarmouth, Eng., Mar. 
9, 1865. Manitoba U. 1892; ord. Winnipeg, Manitoba, July 5, 
1892; p. Calgar}^ Alberta, Can., July 1892— Aug. 1894; N. 
T. I. 1894-97; p. Northboro, July 1895— Oct. 1897; 1st ch., 
Norwich, Conn., Oct. 1897 — Nov. 1906; Cent, ch., Minneapolis, 
Minn., Nov. 1906— June 1909; prof. Phil, and Social Sci., and 
instr. Bib., U. of Redlands, June 1909 — ; ad. 775 Linda Vista 
Ave., Redlands, Cal. 



William Alva Brady, b. Enfield, Me., July 1, 1863. B. U. 
1894; N. T. I. 1894-95; ord. Narragansett Pier, R. I., Sept. 15, 
1896; p. Narragansett Pier, 1891— July 1898; post-grad., B. U., 
1898-1899; p. Calvary ch., Quincy, Mass., 1901-06; supt. schs., 
Narragansett Pier, R. I., 1906—. 

Arthtir Hale Gordon, b. Boston, Mass., Mar. 2, 1872. H. U. 
1893; N. T. I. 1894-96; miss. South Fitchburg, 1896— sum. 
1897; stud. Free Ch. C, Glasgow, Scot., 1897-98; ord. Boston, 
Mass., Nov. 2, 1898; p. Ipswich, Sept. 1898— June 1901; Im. 
ch., Cambridge, Sept. 1901 — Feb. 1910; Ponce de Leon ch., 
Atlanta, Ga., Mar. 1910—; ad. 591 Piedmont Ave., Atlanta. 



1897] STUDENTS 229 

Birney Stillmon Hadson, b. Oakfield, Wis., June 5, 1868 
Hills. C. 1892; ord. Litchfield, Mich., Sept. 22, 1892; p. Litch 
field, Jan. 1892— Apr. 1893; Grasslake, Apr. 1893— Sept. 1894 
N. T. I. 1894-95; p. North Easton, Sept. 1894— May 1895 
Tecumseh, Mich., July lS95—Sept. 1898; 18th St. ch., Detroit 
Sept. 1898— Tune 1902; stud. U. Chic. June 1902— Sept. 1903 
p. Hastings, Neb., 1904-08; 1st ch.. Atlantic City, N. J., 1908— 
ad. 15 Mt. Vernon Ave.. Atlantic City. B. D.,^ U. Chic, 1903 
D. D., Hills. C, 1911, Cent. U., 1911. 

William Hanter, Jr., b. Syracuse, N. Y. , June 1 5, 1 870. Colg. 
U. 1894; Colg. T. S. 1894-95, 1896-97; N. T. I. 1895-90; ord. 
Port Jefferson, L. I., N. Y., May 17, 1898; p. Port Jefferson, 
Nov. 1897— Apr. 1903; Croton Falls, Apr. 1903— Jan. 1910; 
Stewart St. ch.. Providence, R. I., Feb. 1910—. 

John Howard MacDonald, b. Margaree, N. S., Feb. 12, 1865. 
Ac. C. 1891 ; ord. Bass River, N. S., Aug. 6, 1891 ; p. Bass River, 
June 1891— May 1892; asst. p. Amherst, June 1892— Aug. 1894; 
N. T. I. 1894-95; p. Woodstock, N. B., June 1895— Aug. 1896; 
Amherst, N. S., Oct. 1896— Aug. 1899; prin. Acadia S., Wolf- 
ville, N. S., Sept. 1899— June 1901; p. Fredericton, N. B., July 
1901—. 

Norman Augustus MacNeill, b. Canoe Cove, P. E. I., Feb. 2, 
1861. Ac. C. 1890; ord. Chester, N. S., Sept. 16, 1890; p. 
Chester, June 1890— May 1893; N. T. I. Sept.— Dec, 1894; 
s. various chs., P. E. I., and N. B., July 1893— Sept. 1896; p, 
Hampton, N. B., Oct. 1896— Oct. 1901; Petitcodiac, Nov. 
1901— Oct. 1904; stud. Colg. T. S. 1904-06; p,. Sackville, N. B., 
1907-09; Bridgetown, N. S., 1909—. 

John Rothwell Slater, b. Marion, Va., Mar. 14, 1872. H. U- 
1894; N. T. I. 1894— spg. 1896; U. Chic. 1896-98; not ord.; 
assoc. ed. The Standard, Chicago, 111., Mar. 1896-1903; man, 
ed.. The World Today, Chicago, 1903-05; asst. prof. Rhet 
and Eng. Lit., U. R., '1905-07; prof. Eng., 1907—. Ph. D„ 
U. Chic, 1905. 



John Eddy Berry, b. West Sumner, Me., July 6, 1857. Ord, 
West Sumner, June 30, 1893; p. West Sumner, Jan. 1893— 
Sept. 1895; N. T. I. 1895-97; p. Montgomery Centre, Vt., July 
1897— Feb. 1902; Halifax, Feb. 1902— Apr. 1905; North Troy, 
May 1905— Mar. 1909; Putney, Mar. 1909—. 

Christopher James Harding, b. Great Falls, now Somers- 
worth, N. H., Mav 4, 1871. N. T. I. 1895-97; ord. 1st ch., 
Fall River, June 29, 1897; p. Rowe, Aug. 1897— Nov. 1898; 
Charlemont, Jan.— Nov., 1898; Stamford, Vt., Dec. 1898— 



230 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1898 

June 1900; Three Rivers, Mass., July 1900— Dec. 1902; China, 
Me., Dec. 1902— May 1904; Raynham, Mass., June 1904 — Aug. 
1906; Richmond, R. I., and Cross Mills, Aug. 1906— Dec. 1907; 
health failed, Jan. 1908— June 1910; ev. work, June 1910— 
Apr. 1911; p. Lyme, Conn., Apr. 1911—. 

Patjl Frederic Madligcr, b. St. Blaise, Swit., Mar. 20, 1865. 
Wo. C. 1890; N. T. I. 1895-97; res. Brantford, Ont. 

James Edward NorcrosSt b. Watertown, Mass., Mar. 15, 1862; 
In. bus. 1879-90; sec. Y. M. C. A., 1890-93; asst. p. 1893-97; 
N. T. I. 1895-97; ord. Watertown, June 10, 1897; p. Marble- 
head, Mar. 1897— Feb. 1900; Amesbury, Feb. 1900— Jan. 1904; 
1st ch., Jamaica Plain, Feb. 1904— Aug. 1908; dist. sec. A. B. 
H. M. S., New Eng., Sept. 1908—; ad. 615 Ford Bldg., Boston. 

^Ellsworth Craig Rood, b. Port Hillford, N. S., Dec. 26, 1869. 
Wo. C. 1892-95; N. T. I. 1895-97; ord. Shirley, June 15, 1897; 
p. Wilmington, Vt., June 1897— Mar. 1900; d. Maiden, Mass., 
Mar. 13, 1900. 

Albert Philip Rossier, b. Montgomery, Vt., June 10, 1870. 
N. T. I. 1895-97; ord. Fitchburg, June 13, 1897; p. Fitchburg, 
Nov. 1890— Aug. 1898; Stryker, O., Sept. 1898— Oct. 1903; 
Detroit, Mich., Oct. 1903—. 

Frederick William Stait, b. Gloucester, Eng., Oct. 1, 1867. 
N. T. I. 1895-07; ord. Newton Centre, May 1897; miss. A. B. 
M. U., Podili, Nellore Dist., India, 1897—. 

Howard Henry White, b. Ira, Vt., Apr. 10, 1873. U. V. M. 
Med. dept.; N. T. I. 1895-97; ord. Ira, Vt., June 22, 1897; p. 
Addison, July 1897- Apr. 1900, Nov. 1903— Mar. 1910; Whit- 
ing, May 1900— Nov. 1902; East Hardwick, Dec. 1902— Oct. 
1903; Hardwick, Apr. 1910—; chapl. Vt. House of Rep., 1902. 



Jacob Dumpf, b. Dahlen, Livonia, June 30, 1864. Mt. 
Hermon Sch., Feb. 1894— Sept. 1895; N. T. I. 1895-96; went 
to the Klondike region, spg. 1898;? 30— *2 

1898 

W. F. Wilson, Class Secretary 

GEORGE RICHARD ATHA, b. Huddersfield, Eng., Jan. 16, 
1868. B. U. 1895; U. Chic. D. S. 1895-96; N. T. I. 1896-98; 
ord. Fall River, July 6, 1898; p. 3d ch.. Fall River, June 1898— 
June 1902; Broadway chap., Fall River, July 1902 — Nov. 
1903; asst. to p. Ist ch., Providence, R. I., Nov. 1903— Aug. 
1906; p. Groton Heights ch., Groton, Conn., Sept. 1900—. 



1898] STUDENTS 231 

WILLIAM WALTER BUSTARD, b. Paterson, N. ]., Aug. 
20, 1871. B. U. 1895; N. T. I. 1895-98; ord. Amesbury, June 
30, 1898; p. Amesbury, June 1898— Jan. 1900; Dudley St. ch., 
Boston, Jan. 1900— June 1909; Euclid Ave. ch., Cleveland, O., 
June 1909—; ad. 1877 East 90th St., Cleveland. 

RANDALL THOMAS CAPEN, b. Quincy, Mass., July 29, 

1872. H. U. 1895; N. T. I. 1895-98; ord. Watertown, June 
16, 1898; p. Belfast, Me., July 1898— Dec. 1899; Madison, Wis., 
Mar. 1901— Aug. 1904; miss. A. B. M. U., Swatow, China, Nov. 
1904—. 

JOHN HENRY DAVIS, b. Cheshunt, Eng., July 2, 1860. 
Ac. U. 1893; ord. Economy, N. S., July 12, 1893; p. Economy, 
June 1893— Sept. 1895; N. T. I. 1895-98; p. Newton Upper 
Falls, Apr. 1896— Oct. 1898; Georgetown, Oct. 1898— June 
1904; M. D., Tu. C, 1904; phys. and p. Cong, ch., Sherman, 
Conn., June 1904— Jan. 1908; Torringford, Jan. 1908— June 
1910; p. Anamosa, la., June 1910 — . 

WINFRED NICHOLS DONOVAN, b. Belchertown, Mass., 
Jan. 24, 1869. C. U. 1892; tea. Hebron, Me., 1892-93; Skow- 
hegan, 1894-96; N. T. I. 1893-94, 1896-98; ord. South Lynde- 
boro, N. H., Nov. 3, 1898; instr. O. T. stud., N. T. I., 1898-1901, 
asst. prof. Bib. Interp., O. T., 1901-09; act. asst. prof. Heb. 
and O. T. Exeg., Bost. U. Sch. Theol., 1905-06; assoc. prof. 
in Bib. depts., N. T. I., 1909—. D. D., Cy. C, 1910. 

IRVING JUDSON ENSLIN, b. Somerville, Mass., Jan. 11. 

1873. N. T. I. 1895-98; B. U. 1898-1901; ord. Oaklawn, R. 
I., Jan. 15, 1902; p. Oaklawn, Dec. 1901— Nov. 1910; Derry, 
N. H., Dec. 1910—. 

NEIL EDWARD HERMAN, b. Dartmouth, N. S., Mar. 27, 
1870. Ac. U. 1895; Pine Hill C, Halifax, N. S., 1895-96; 
N. T. I. 1896-98; ord. West Medway, June 15, 1898; p. West 
Medway, 1898-1900; Selkirk, Manitoba, 1900-02; Portage la 
Prairie, 1902-07; Windsor, N. S., 1907-11; Truro, Jan. 1912—. 

ALLAN HOBEN, b. Gibson, N. B., Sept. 14, 1874. U. N. B. 
1895; N. T. I. 1895-98; U. Chic. 1898-1901; ord. Milwaukee, 
Wis., Dec. 3, 1900; p. Un. ch., Waupun, Wis., May 1901— 
Sept. 1904; org. Bapt. Stud. Guild, Ann Arbor, Mich., Oct.— 
Dec, 1904; p. 1st ch., Detroit, Mich., Jan. 1905— May 1908; 
assoc. prof., Homil.,U. Chic, May 1908 — ; author, The Virgin 
Birth, 1903; ad. 5738 Washington Ave., Chicago, 111. Ph.D., 
U. Chic, 1901. 

CHARLES SPURGEON NIGHTINGALE, b. West Eaton, 
N. Y., Nov. 17, 1868. B. U. 1894; N. T. I. 1894-96, 1897-98; 



232 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1898 

ord. Northville, Mich., Oct. 30, 1896; p. Northville, July 1896— 
July 1897; Danvers, Mass., July 1898— Sept. 1903; Athol, 
Oct. 1903— May 1907; Petersham, May 1907—. 

FRED ARTHUR ROBINSON, b. West Fairlee, Vt., Jan. 1, 
1863. B. U. 1895; N. T. I. 1895-98; ord. Greenville, N. H., 
Sept. 28, 1898; act. p. Pleasant View ch., Pawtucket, R. I., 
Sept. 1898— Sept. 1903; p. Milford, N. H., Sept. 1903— Feb. 
1908; Central Sq., Portland, Me., Feb. 1908—; ad. 102 Concord 
St., Woodfords. 

CHARLES SCHWEIKERT, b. New York, N. Y., July 17, 
1870. Colg. U. 1892-95; N. T. I. 1895-98; ord. 5th Ave. ch., 
New York, N. Y., Nov. 11, 1898; p. The Armitage House, New 
York, June 1898— June 1901; 1st ch., New Brighton, N. Y., 
June 1901 — June 1908; Un. Ave. ch., Paterson, N. J., June 
1908—; ed. CJmrch Tidings, 1905-08; ad. 409 Union Ave., 
Paterson, N. J. 

EUGENE HOWARD STOVER, b. Bluehill, Me., Aug. 30, 
1865. C. U. 1892; prin. Bluehill A., 1892-95; N. T. I. 1895-98; 
ord. Milo, Me., Dec. 14, 1898; p. Milo, Oct. 1898-1903; prin. 
Alcalde Miss, sch.. Alcalde, N. Mex., 1903-04; p. Naco, Ariz., 
June 1904 — ; prin. Naco schs., 1904-08; county sch. supt. 
1909—; ad. Naco, Ariz. 

WILLIAM FREDERICK V/ILSON, b. East Greenwich, R. 
I., May 2, 1868. B. U. 1895; N. T. I. 1895-98; asst. at 2d ch., 
Fall River, June 1891— Oct. 1896; act. p. 3d ch., Fall River, 
Oct. 1896— Tune 1898; ord. North Abington, June 22, 1898; 
p. North Abington, 1898— June 1904; Amesbury, July 1904— 
Mar. 1911; West Somerville, Apr. 1911—; ad. 31 Chester St., 
West Somerville. 

IDELL HARTSON WOOD, b. Ann Arbor, Mich., June 30, 
1872. Colg. U. 1893; miss. Philadelphia, Pa., 1893-95; N. T. I. 
1895-98; crd. Philadelphia, Pa., June 14, 1898; p. Kearney, 
Neb., June 1898— May 1901; Fairbury, June 1901— Apr. 1905; 
Pawnee Citv, May 1905— Mar. 1908; Saskatoon, Sask., Mar. 
1908— Jan. '1911; Calgary, Alta., Feb. 1911—; ad. 239 13th 
Ave. East, Calgary. 

WILLIAM HARSTON WOODALL, b. Somerville, Tenn., 
Mar. 10, 1858. Ark. Indust. U. 1885; tea. Amity, Ark., 
Arkadelphia, Lenoke, 1885-88; pres. Judson U., Judsonia, 
1888-90; pres. Lakeside C, Lake City, Fla., 1890-93; pres. 
Excelsior C, Senoia, Ga., 1893-94; ord. Senoia, Nov. 25, 1894; 
p. Bainbridge, 1894-95; N. T. I. 1895-98; p. Hinsdale, N. H., 
Dec. 1898— Aug. 1900; Mars HUl, N. C, Sept. 1900— Dec. 



1898] STUDENTS 233 

1903; Bib. tea., Inst, work, under H. M. Bd., S. B. C, Jan. 
1904 — Dec. 1905; Bib. Inst, work and prin. Haywood Inst., 
Clyde, N. C, Jan. 1906—. 



*CharIes Prentiss Kittredge, b. Milo, Me., Dec. 8, 1867. Me 
State C. 1893; C. U. 1894-95; N. T. I. 1895-97; s. chs. 1897 
ord. Lincoln Centre, Me., Aug. 30, 1898; p. Lincoln Centre, Jan 
1898— May 1899; Manset and Tremont, July 1899— Nov. 1900 
Turner, Jan. 1901— Nov. 1902; Jay, Feb. 1903— July 1904 
joined Adv. Christ. Conf., Me., Oct. 15, 1904; miss., Dresden 
July 1904— July 1905; p. Bethel ch., Manchester, N. H., Dec 
1905— Sept. 1907; Vancouver, B. C, Sept. 1907— Mar. 1908 
Snohomish and Trai ton. Wash., Sept. 1908-11; d. Richmond, 
Me., Dec. 26, 1911. 

* James Lawson, b. Frewsburg, N. Y., Julv 21, 1868. B. U. 
1895; N. T. I. 1895— aut. 1896; d. Fall River, Oct. 7, 1896. 

Charles Satchell Morris, b. Louisville, Ky., Sept. 26, 1865. 
How. U. 1886-89; U. Mich. Law Sch. 1893; N. T. I. 1895-98; 
ord. West Newton, June 19, 1896; p. Myrtle Bapt. ch., West 
Newton, 1896— Dec. 1898; ind. miss, to Liberia, Africa, 1899- 
1900; p. Abyssinian ch.. New York, N. Y., 1901-08; ev. work, 
1908— Mar. 1911; p. Bank St. ch., Norfolk, Va., Mar. 1911—; 
ad. 386 Bank St., Norfolk. D. D., Ark. Bapt. C, 1901. 

*Frank Atherton Pride, b. Hartford, Conn., Dec. 22, 1870. 
Bost. U. 1895-97; N. T. U 1893-95, 1897-98; ord. Stoughton 
St. ch., Boston, Oct. 19, 1899; p. Hanover, N. H., Aug. 1899- 
1902; Dalton, Mass., 1902-04; Bolton, 1904— May 1907; 
Vassalboro, Me., June 1907— Dec. 1908; d. North Vassalboro, 
Dec. 31, 1908. 

John Franklfn Watts, b. Portland, Me., Nov. 30, 1869. B. 
U. 1895 ;.N. T. I. 1895-96; R. T. S. 1896-98; ord. Sioux City, 
la.. July 1, 1898; p. 1st ch., Sioux City, 1898-1905; Fairbury, 
Neb., 1905-10; ad. 33 New Ocean St., L>Tin, Mass. 



Bernard Christopher, b. Bear River, N. S., Apr. 7, 1865. C. 
A. 1889-94; N. T. I. 1896-98; ord. Chester, N. H., June 22, 
1898; p. Chester, 1893— Oct. 1899; Brentwood, Nov. 1899— 
Dec. 1901; Hudson, Mar. 1902— Jan. 1907; Mechanic Falls, 
Me., Feb. 1907— July 1908; Canton, Aug. 1908-10; s. Presb. 
ch., Londonderry, N. H., 1910—. 

Henry Grattan Dockrell, b. Dublin, Ire., Aug. 23, 1872. Miss. 
Tm. Sch., Boston, 1891-93; Mt. Hermon Sch. 1893-96; N. T. I. 
1896-98; ord. Dudley St. ch., Boston, Oct. 11, 1898; asst. p. 
Allston, and p. Hills Mem. Chap., Allston, 1898- Sept. 1905; 



234 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1899 

p. 5th St. ch., Lowell, Sept. 1905— Jan. 1907; Moncton, N. B., 
Feb. 1907— June 1909; ev., July 1909—; ad. 71 Brighton 
Ave., Allston, Mass. 

Amasa Spawlding Ptitnam, b. West Sutton, Mass., Dec. 5, 
1870. B. U. 1895-96; N. T. I. 1896-98; ord. West Sutton, 
Sept. 27, 1898; p. Quidnick, R. I., Oct. 1898—; ad. Anthony, 
R. I. 

Elmer Eugene Scales, b. Georgetown, Mass., Feb. 19, 1876. 
P. A. A. 1894-96; N. T. I. 1896-98; ord. Georgetown, Nov. 7, 
1898; p. Mt. Auburn Un. Miss., Cambridge, June 1897— June 
1899; H. U. 1900-01; p. North Billerica, June 1899— Apr. 1904; 
Gardner, May 1904 — ; author, A Catechism of Truth Centered 
in Saviourhood, 1908. 

*AIdrich Clinton Shaw, b. Mt. Pleasant, N. B., Feb. 6, 1867. 
Hort. A. 1893-95; ord. East Point, P. E. I., Nov. 17, 1895; p. 
East Point, 1895-96; N. T. I. 1896-98; p. Annandale, P. E. L, 
and Dundas, sum. 1898-1900; St. Peter's Bay, aut. 1898-1900; 
Tusket, Yarmouth Co., N. S., 1900-02; d. Tusket, June 20, 
1902. 

John Henry Trenberth, b. Newcastle-on-the-Tyne, Eng., 
May 15, 1867. Wilbraham A. 1892-93; N. T. I. 1896-98; ord. 
Harrisville, R. I., Nov. 6, 1896; p. Harrisville, 1896— Jan. 
1900; Arbuckle and Grimes, Cal., Mar. 1900— June 1901; 
Usquepaugh and West Kingston, §.. I., Dec. 1902— Dec. 1905; 
miss, colp., R. I., Jan. 1906— Oct. 1909; p. Valley Falls, Oct. 
1909—. 



Harry Edward Hinkley, b. Chicago, III, Sept. 3, 1872. N. 
T. I. 1896-97; ord. North Palermo, Me., Nov. 11, 1897; p. 
North Palermo, June 1897-98; Brewster, Mass., Jan. 1899— 
Aug. 1902; Southfield and Montville, Sept. 1902— Feb. 1903; 
Glendale ch., Everett, Mar. 1903— Aug. 1905; Weston, Sept. 
1905— Dec. 1911; ad. 739 North Marengo Ave., Pasadena, Cal. 

27— *4 

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Y. A. King, Class Secretary 

WILLIAM BYRON BEZANSON, b. English Corner, N. S., 
Nov. 28, 1867. Ac. U. 1892-94; miss. Rawdon, N. S., 1894-96; 
N. T. I. 1896-99; ord. South Yarmouth, Dec. 9, 1898; act. p. 
and p. South Yarmouth, 1897— May 1899; p. Mahone, N. S., 
June 1899— Oct. 1904; North Brooktield, Nov. 1904— Oct. 
1906; Springhill, Nov. 1906— Oct. 1909; Glace Bay, C. B., 
Nov. 1909—. 



1899] STUDENTS 235 

FREDERIC SAMUEL BOODY, b. Newmarket, N. H., July 
12, 1871. Berwick A. 1889; in bus., Dover, N. H., and Boston, 
Mass., 1889-94; N. T. I. 1894— Dec. 1896,1898-99; ed. work. 
Golden Rule, 1897; ord. Blaney Mem. eh., Dorchester, Sept. 6, 
1898; p. Agawam, Sept. 1899— Aug. 1903; East Somerville, 
Sept. 1903—; spec, stud., H. U., 190,3; ad. 73 Mt. Vernon St., 
Somerville. 

CHAMPLIN BURRAGE, b. Portland, Me., Apr. 14, 1874. 
B. U. 1896; N. T. I. 1896-99, Fellow in Ch. Hist., 1904-07; 
U. Berlin and U. Marburg, 1899-1901; research stud., 1902-11; 
U. Oxford, 1906-11; not ord.; author, A New Year's Guift, 
1904; The Church Covenant Idea, 1904; The True Story of 
Robert Browne, 1906; The Retractation of Robert Browne, 
1907; New Facts CoTicerning John Robinson, \S)10; The Early 
English Dissenters in the Light of Recent Research, X'dW; cont. 
to magazines; ad. Oxford, Eng. 

LEWIS HERBERT CLARKE, b. Rich Valley, Minn., Oct. 
24, 1863. U. Minn. 1892-94; LL. B., Kent. C. of Law, 1894; 
N. T. I. 1896-99; ord. Mechanic Falls, Me., June 16, 1899; 
p. Mechanic Falls, June 1899— Sept. 1902; Gardiner, Oct. 
1902— Feb. 1911; ad. West Gardiner. 

JAMES BUTLER FOX, b. Rochester, Mich., Apr. 30, 1867. 
Tea. 1887-92; Kal. C. 1896; N. T. I. 1896-99; ord. Rochester, 
Mich., June 24, 1897; p. Canton, Mass., Oct. 1898- Oct. 1901; 
Manistique, Mich., Nov. 1901 — Aug. 1908; Grand Ave. ch., 
San Diego, Cal., Sept. 1908—; ad. 1425 Grand Ave., San Diego. 

CLIFTON DAGGETT GRAY, b. Somerville, Mass., July 27, 
1874. H. U. 1897; N. T. I. 1897-99; ord. West Somerville, 
June 28, 1899; U. Chic. D. S., 1899-1901; p. Port Huron, Mich., 
Dec. 1901— Mar. 1905; Stoughton St. ch., Boston, Mass., Apr. 
1905 — ; author, The Shamash Religious Texts, 1901; transla- 
tions in Assyrian and Babylonian Literature, ed. by R. F. 
Harper, 1901 ; ad. 15 Windermere Rd., Boston. B. D., N. T. I., 
1899; Ph. D., U. Chic, 1901. 

*GEORGE FRANCIS GREEN, b. Fall River, Mass., Feb^, 
6, 1871. B. U. 1896; N. T. I. 1896-99; ord. Lawrence, Apr. 
11, 1900; p. Ist ch., Lawrence, Apr. 1900— aut. 1906; health 
failed; d. Baptist Hospital, Roxbury, July 11, 1909. 

CARL DORSEY HAZELTON, b. Alexandria, O., Aug. 16, 
1871. F. C. 1893; U. Chic. D. S. 1893-94; N. T.I. 1894-95, 
1898-99; ord. Decatur, Ind., Mar. 5, 1896; p. Decatur, Nov. 
1895— Sept. 1896; Forestville, N. Y., Jan. 1897— Aug. 1898; 
St. George, Me., June 1899- Mar. 1902; stud. B. U. Mar.— 



236 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1899 

June, 1902; p. Mt. Holly, Vt., July 1902— Apr. 1904; Vergennes, 
Apr. 1904— Apr. 1906; Milo, Me., Apr. 1906— May 1909; Oak- 
land, May 1909—. 

HENRY FELTON HUSE, b. Tamaica Plain, .Mass., Sept. 25, 
1869. B. U. 1896; N. T. I. 1896-99; ord. Skowhegan, Me., 
June 29, 1899; p. 1st ch., Skowhegan, June 1899— Nov. 1906; 
Springvale, Dec. 1906—. 

ALFRED ELTON ISAAC, b. Gilrov, Cal., July 29, 1870. 
Cal. C. 1890-91; in bus., 1891-90; N. T. L 1890-99; asst. to for. 
sec. A. B. M. U., July 1899— Sept. 1902, accompanying him on 
tour of miss, fields, 1901-02; B. U. Sept. 1902-04; ord. 1st ch., 
Providence, R. I., June 22, 1903; p. 10th Ave. ch., Columbus, 
O., June 1904—; ad. 92 Chittenden Ave., Columbus. Ph. B., 
B. U., 1904; B. D., N. T. I., 1907. 

YORK ADAM KING, b. Petitcodiac, N. B., Jan. 30, 1869. 
McM. U. 1894-96; N. T. L 1896-99; ord. Crompton, R. I., July 
16, 1899; act. p. Crompton, Feb.— July, 1899; p. Roger 
Williams ch., Providence, Aug. 1899— Sept. 1908; Trinity ch., 
Arlington, Mass., Sept. 1908—; ad. 18 Magnolia St., Arlington. 

B. D., N. T. I., 1908. 

SELDEN RUFUS McCURDY, b. Maitland, Hants Co., N. 
S., Nov. 21, 1869. Ac. U., 1895; N. T. I. 1896-99; ord. Wash- 
ington St. ch., Lynn, May 3, 1899; p. Hudson, Sept. 1899— Dec. 
1900; Marlboro, Jan. 1905— Sept. 1907; miss. A. B. M. U., 
Burma, Dec. 1900-04, Oct. 1907—; ad. Mandalay, Burma. 

FRED WILLIAM PEAKES, b. Boston, Mass., May 30, 1868. 

C. U. 1896; N. T. I. 1896-99; ord. Ashland, Mass., Oct. 3, 1899; 
p. Ashland, Sept. 1899— Sept. 1903; North Berwick, Me., 
Oct. 1903— Sept. 1908; Glendale ch., Everett, Mass., Nov. 
1908—; ad. 148 Vernal St., Everett. 

HENRY CHARLES SPEED, b. Dover, Me., Nov. 22, 1868. 
B. U. 1895-96; N. T. 1. 1896-99; ord. Monson, Me., Sept. 13, 
1899; p. Monson, Aug. 1899— May 1905; Crown Hill ch., 
Nashua, N. H., June 1905— Apr. 1910; Clinton, Mass., May 
1910—; ad. 369 Chestnut vSt., Clinton. B. D., N. T. I., 1909. 

WILBERT FREEMAN SPIDELL, b. Lunenburg, N. S., 
May 31, 1866. Wo. C. 1892-96; N. T. I. 1896-99; ord. West 
Townsend, Feb. 4, 1899; p. West Townsend, Jan. 1899— July 
1901; Boston, Ont., Nov. 1901— Nov. 1904; Denfield, Nov. 
1904— Nov. 1909; Femie, B. C, Nov. 1909— Sept. 1910; Delhi, 
Ont., Oct. 1910—. 



1899] STUDENTS 237 

Abraham Lincoln Boynton, b. Peru, N. Y., May 3, 1865. 
Colg. U. 1894-96; N. T. I. 1896-99; ord. Johnson, Vt., Oct. 17, 
1899; p. Johnson, 1899— July 1900; Richville, N. Y., Apr. 
1901— Mar. 1908; Andover, Apr. 1908— Mar. 1910; Madison, 
Apr. 1910—. 

Gasherie DeWitt Dowling, b. Woodside, now in Newark, N. J., 
Aug. 26, 1870. B. U. 1896; N. T. I. 1896-97; P. E. D. S., 
Philadelphia, Pa., 1897-99; ord. Epis. dea., Mem. ch. of Ad- 
vocate, Philadelphia, May 28, 1899; pt., ch. of the Incarnation, 
Philadelphia, June 10, 1900; asst. min. Calvary ch., German- 
town, June— Sept., 1899; cur., Epiphany chap., Philadelphia, 
Oct. 1899— Oct. 1901; r. St. Luke's ch.. Hot Springs, Ark., 
Nov. 1901— Jan. 1904; Trinity ch., Davenport, la., Feb. 
1904— Dec. 1909; dean Gethsemane Cath., Fargo, N. Dak., 
Dec. 1909—; asst. ed. North Dakota Sheaf, 1909—; ad. 208 
Ninth St., South, Fargo. D. D., Temple U., 1910. 

Robert William Drawbridge, b. Chelsea, Mass., Oct. 24, 1869. 

B. U. 1896; N. T. I. 1896-97; ord. Union, N. H., Oct. 5, 1897; 
p. Cong, ch.. Union, 1897-1901; Medway, Mass.. 1901-06; 
Pepperell, Dec. 1906—. 

John Holsart, b. Lower vSquankum, N. J., Dec. 3, 1871. U. 
Chic. 1896, D. S. Oct.— Dec, 1896; N. T. I. Jan.— June, 1897; 

C. T. S. 1897-99; ord. Ardena, N. J., June 28, 1899; instr. 
theol. dept.. Bishop C, Marshall, Tex., 1899-1904; p. Cherry- 
ville, N. J., Aug. 1904— Dec. 1907; in bus., Jan. 1908—; ad. 
Manasquan, N. J. 

Charles Wilfred Jackson, b. Liverpool, N. S., Nov. 23, 1871 
Ac. U. 1896; N. T. I. 1896-97; ord. Cavendish, P. E. I., Aug 
5, 1898; p. Cavendish, 1897-99; Montowese, Conn., Sept 
1899— June 1902; Y. U. D. S. 1899-1902; p. Bellows Falls, Vt 
July 1902— June 1907; Brandon, Man., June 1907— July 
1909; assoc. gen. sec. Bapt. Un. of Western Can., July 1909- 
assoc. ed. Western Outlook, July 1909 — June 1911; Bursar 
Brandon C, Aug. 1911—; ad. Brandon, Man. B. D., Y. U., 1901. 

William Jones Marshall, b. State Line, Ind., Sept. 2, 1861. 
N. Y. U. 1892-96; N. T. I. 1896-98; trav. sales., res. Nashua, 
N. H., 1898-1901; supt. Boston Technical Inst., Newark, N. J., 
1901—. 

Johnson Levi Miner, b. Mt. Whatley, N. B., Mar. 4, 1868. 
Ac. U. 1895; ord. Arcadia, N. S., July 19, 1895; p. Arcadia, 
July— Aug., 1895; R. T. S. 1895-96; assoc. p. in Amherst, N. S., 
1898-97; N. T. I. 1897— May 1898; p. Plymouth, spg. 1898— 



238 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1899 

Dec. 1901; Charlottetown, P. K. I., Jan. 1902-04; Fleming- 
ton, N. ]., Apr. 1901— Oct. 1910; N. Y. U., post-grad., 1910-11; 
p. Red Bank, N. J., Oct. 1911—. 

Harry Eugene Nickless, b. New York, N. Y., May 11. 1875. 
Tu. C. 1895-96; N. T. I. 1896-98; B. U. 1898-1901; tea. Philips, 
Me., Vinal Haven, Monson, Mass., Weymouth, Brookfield, 
1901-07; prin. high sch., Wallingford, Conn., 1907—. 

Charles Willis Park, b. Millbury, Mass., June 24, 1867. B. U. 
1893-96; N. T. I. 1896-97; R. T. S. 1897-99; ord. Fort Dodge, 
la., June 28, 1899; p. Fort Dodge, June 1899— Nov. 1900; 
Millbury, Mass., Sept. 1901— Jan. 1906; East Aurora, N. Y., 
Jan. 1906— Apr. 1907; Penlield, Nov. 1907—. 

*WinfieId Scott Redden, b. Windsor. N. S., Apr. 1, 1805. Ac. 
U. 1893-94; McM. U. 1894-95; N. T. I. 1896— Mar. 1898; d. 
Windsor, N. S., Sept. 21, 1898. 

Charles Carroll Richardson, b. Skowhegan, Me., June 19, 1860. 
C. U. 1887; tea. Wayne, Me., 1887-88; East Corinth, 1888-91; 
prin. Higgins Class. Inst., Charleston, 1891-96; N. T. I. 1896-97; 
s. Brewster, Feb.— Sept., 1897; tea. Chatham, 1897-99; Valley 
Falls, R. I., 1899-1903; supt. schs.. Valley Falls, 1903-10; 
Leicester, Mass., 1910 — . 

Herbert Judson White, b. Leominster, Mass., Aug. 27, 1864. 
M. U. 1886-87; ev. and miss, work, Racine, V/is., and Chicago, 
111., 1887-90; ord. Joliet, 111., Dec. 5, 1890; p. Joliet, 1890— 
Mar. 1895; Bethany ch., Boston, Mass., Apr. 1895— Nov. 1899; 
N. T. I. 1896-97; p. 1st ch.. Beverly, Dec. 1899— Oct. 1905; 1st 
ch., Tacoma, Wash., Oct. 1905— June 1909; 1st ch., Hartford, 
Conn., June 1909—; ad. 145 Vine St., Hartford, Conn. D. D., 
McMinnville C, 1907. 



Carleton Ashburg Burgess, b. Walton, N. S., June 1, 1871. 
W. A. 1891-94; B. U. 1895-97; N. T. I. 1897-99; ord. Cheshire, 
Oct. 17, 1900; p. Cheshire, Oct. 1900— Dec. 1903; Quidnessett, 
North Kingston, R.I., Jan. 1904— Apr. 1905; South ch.. Provi- 
dence, May 1905— Jan. 1912; Rockland, Mass., Jan. 1912—. 

Otto Charles Weinstock, b. Echterdingen, near Stuttgart, 
Ger., May 24, 1873. Hohenheim A. 1888; N. T. I. 1897-99; 
ord. Perkinsville, Vt., Aug. 13, 1899; p. Perkinsville, July 
1899— Apr. 1906; health failed; indust. chemist, 1906—; ad. 
Perkinsville. 



Donald McArthur McLean, b. Partick, Glasgow, Scot., Apr. 5, 
1865. Ind. miss, to Telugus, Dec. 1888— Apr. 1897; N. T. I. 
1897-98; ? 



1900] STUDENTS 239 

Charles William Turner, b. Chelsea, Mass., Jan,. 26, 1871. 
Kal. C. 1891-92; McM. U. 1895— Jan. 1896; N. T. I. 1897-98; 
act. p. and p. Montague, P. E. I., 1898— Feb. 1900; ord. 
Montague, Mar. 15, 1899; p. Osterville, Mass., Mar. 1900 — Mar. 
1901; Quinsiganzond ch., Worcester, Apr. 1901 — Sept. 1902; 
West Medway, Oct. 1902— June 1904; Groton, July 1904 — 
July 1909; Brandon, Vt., Apr. 1910—. 31— *2 

1900 

W. B. Whitney, Class Secretary 

GEORGE FLETCHER BEECHER, b. Essex, Vt., Mar. 11, 
1875. U. V. M. 1896; s. Guilford, Vt., Apr. 1895— May 1897; 
ord. North Middleboro, Mass., Aug. 25, 1897; p. North Middle- 
boro, June 1897— May 1900; N. T. I. 1897-1900; p. Chapel St. 
ch., Gloucester, June 1900— Aug. 1907; 1st ch., Woonsocket, 
R. I., Sept. 1907—. B. D., N. T. I., 1900. 

JACOB DAVID, b. Seir Urmia, Persia, Jan. 1873. Urmia 
C. 1891; C. T. S. 1893-94; B. U. 1896-99; N. T. I. 1894-96, 
1899-1900, post-grad., 1900-01; ord. Leominister, June 27, 
1900; ind. miss., Persia, 1901—; ad. Seir Urmia. B. D., N. T. 
I., 1901. 

MAURICE AMBROSE LEVY, b. Townsend, Mass., Sept. 13, 
1874. Wms. C. 1897; N. T. I. 1897-1900; ord. West Townsend, 
Feb. 25, 1898; p. Hingham, Jan. 1898— May 1901; Medford, 
May 1901— Apr. 1907; Newton Centre, Apr. 1907—; ad. 848 
Beacon St., Newton Centre. 

CHARLES ERVIN LEWIS, b. Yarmouth, N. S., May 10, 

1869. B. U. 1897; N. T. I. 1897-1900; ord. Brownell St. 
chap.. Fall River, June 25, 1900; p. Fall River, June 1900— 
Jan. 1906; Berean Temple ch., Dorchester, Feb. 1906 — Apr. 
1910; in bus., Apr. 1910—; ad. 170 Callender St., Dorchester. 

BENJAMIN THOMSON LIVINGSTON, b. Glasgow, Scot., 
Aug. 21, 1869. B. U. 1897; N. T. L 1897-1900; ord. Osterville, 
Sept. 1, 1898; p. Osterville, 1898— Oct. 1899; Jefferson St. 
ch., Providence, R. I., Nov. 1899— Apr. 1905; Un. ch., Provi- 
dence, ]\Iay 1905 — ; ad. 5 East St., Providence. 

GEORGE EDWARD LOMBARD, b. Kidder, Mo., July 27, 

1870. N. T. I. 1897-1900; ord. Millbury, July 13, 1898; p. 
Millbury, 1898-1902; Wickford, R. I., Oct. 1902— Sept. 1906; 
Fairmount ch., Newark, N. J., Oct. 1906—; ad. 129 Littleton 
Ave., Newark. 

ALBERT WILLIAM LORIMER, b. Beebe Plain, P. Q., 
May 2, 1871. C. U. 1896; N. T. L 1897-1900; ord. Arlington 



240 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1900 

Heights, June 21, 1900; p. Arlington Heights, Apr. 1899— 
Apr. 1902; Presque Isle, Me., May 1902— May 1905; Franklin, 
June 1905— July 1908; Eden, Aug. 1908-11; hodgdon, July 
1911—. 

CHARLES REMINGTON McNALLY, b. Fredericton, N. B., 
Nov. 2, 1873. Ac. U. 1897; N. T. I. 1897-1900; ord. Worthen 
St. ch., Lowell, Sept. 19, 1900; p. Worthen St. ch., Lowell, June 
1900— June 1903; 6th Ave. ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., June 1903— 
Nov. 1907; trav., Nov. 1907— Nov. 1908; p. Istch., New London, 
Conn., Mar. 1909—; instr. O. T. Lit., Un. Miss. Inst., Brooklyn. 
1906-07; ad. 334 Montauk Ave., New London. B. D., N. T. I , 
1907. 

NEWTON ALEXANDER MERRITT, Jr., b. Newark, N. J., 
July 26, 1875. Y. U. 1897; N. T. I. 1897-1900; ord. Newark, 
N. J., Dec. 19, 1900; act. p. 1st ch., Meriden, Conn., Nov. 1900— 
Apr. 1901; p. Rahway, N. J., Nov. 1901— Nov. 1909; New 
Brunswick, Dec. 1909 — ; ad. 137 Livingstone Ave., New Bruns- 
wick. 

EUGENE SUMNER PHILBROOK, b. North Bradford, Me., 
Feb. 19, 1871. C. U. 1894-97; N. T. I. 1897-1900, post-grad., 
1900-01; s.ord. Belfast, Me., Aug. 30, 1901; p. Belfast, Sept. 
1901— Nov. 1906; Sanford,Dec. 1906—. 

CHARLES LAFAYETTE SNOW, b. Smith's Cove, N. S., 
July 5, 1868. C. U. 1897; N. T. I. 1897-1900; ord. Willington, 
Conn., June 14, 1900; p. Willington, June 1900— Dec. 1903; 
3d ch., Norwich, Feb. 1904— Nov. 1907; West Medway, Mass., 
Sept. 1908— July 1911; Hopkinton, N. H., Nov. 1911—. 

SUMNER REDWAY VINTON, b. Rangoon, Burma, Oct. 31, 
1874. Colg. U. 1892-94; B. U. 1894-96, grad.; N. T. I. 1896-98, 
1899-1900; trav. sec. stud. vol. movement, Sept. 1898-99; ord. 
1st ch., Charlestown, June 20, 1900; miss. A. B. M. U. to 
Karens, Rangoon, Burma, 1900-05, 1906-08; lect.. Pagoda 
Land Lectures, 1909 — ; ad. 31 Tarleton Road, Newton Centre, 
Mass. B. D., N. T. I., 1906. 

JAMES JONES WALWORTH, b. Newton, Mass., Jan. 22, 
1874. Y. U. 1895; H. U. LawSch., 1895-96; N.;T. I. 1896-1900; 
res. FreeCh. C, Glasgow, Scotland, 1899-1900; ord. Newton Cen- 
tre, Mass., June 12, 1902; p. Chesham, N. H., June 1902— July 
1904; in bus., 1904-06; supt. Everett Foundry, Everett, Mass., 
1907—; ad. Newton Centre. B. D., N. T. I., 1900. 

WILLIAM BRADLEY WHITNEY, b. Boston, Mass., Aug. 
27, 1869. H. U. 1894; in bus., Boston, 1894-97; memb. com. 
coun. 1896; N. T. I. 1897-1900; ord. Roxbury, Mar. 29, 1900; 



1900] STUDENTS 241 

p. Bethany ch., Roxbury, Mar. 1900— Mar. 1903; Un. Sq. ch. 
Somerville, Sept. 1903 — ; ad. 97 Highland Ave., Somerville. 

NATHAN ROBINSON WOOD, b. Wyocena, Wis., Aug. 13, 
1874. H. U. 1894-96; N. T. I. 1896-97, 1898-1900; ord. West 
Medford, May 2, 1901; p. West Medf ord, Apr. 1901— Aug. 1911; 
instr. Theol., Gordon Sch., N. T. I., 1908—, dean, 1910—; author, 
The Witness of Sin, 1905; ad. 5 Bartlett Ave., Arlington. B. D., 
N. T. I., 1906. 

JONAS HAMILTON WOODSUM, b. Roxbury, Mass., Oct. 
7, 1868. Boston High Sch. 1886; in bus., 1886-95; Gordon 
Miss. Tm. Sch., Boston, 1895-96; asst. p. 2d ch., Rochester, N. 
Y., 1896-97; N. T. I. 1897-1900; ord. Hyannis, Apr. 16, 1901; 
p. Hyannis, Mar. 1901— Mar. 1908; Harvard St. ch., Boston, 
Mar. 1908— Mar. 1910; 1st ch., Milton, Mar. 1911—; ad. 
East Milton. B. D., N. T. I., 1910. 



Adoniram Jwdson Archibald, b. Shelburne, N. S., July 10, 
1874. Ac. U. 1896; N. T. I. 1897-99; R. T. S. 1899-1900; ord. 
Shirley, Mass., Aug. 8, 1899; p. Glace Bay. N. S., 1900-02; 
Digby, Jan. 1903— May 1907, Dec. 1908-10; Saskatoon, Sask., 
May 1907-08; Charlotte St. ch., St. John, N. B., 1910—; cont. 
rel. magazines. 

Reuben Lincoln Davis, b. Sewee Mills, Tenn., July 8, 1865. 
Grand View Norm. Inst. 1893-97; B. T. S. 1897-98; N. T. I. 
1898-99; U. T. S., 1900-01; O. T. S., 1908-09; ord. Cong, min., 
Lisbon, N. Y., Oct. 23, 1907; p. Presb. ch., Louisville, Sept. 
1902— Sept. 1905, Oct. 1906— Sept. 1908; Elk River Cong, 
ch., Clark, Colo., July 1909— June 1911 ; far., Spring City, Tenn., 
1912—; ad. Spring City, R. F. D. 2. 

Arthur Endicott Fuller, b. Danvers, Mass., Apr. 10, 1870. B. 
U. 1895-97; N. T. I. 1897-98; in bus., Danvers, 1898—; ad. 
21 Braman St., Danvers. 

Frederic Clarence Richardson, b. Goffstown Centre, now Gras- 
mere, N. H., July 6, 1866. B. U. 1896-98; N. T. I. 1898- 
1900; U. T. S. 1900-01; ord. Clinton, N. J., Nov. 27, 1901; p. 
Clinton, July 1901— Nov. 1906; Deadwood, S. Dak., Dec. 
1906— Mar. 1909; Central City, Neb., Apr. 1909— June 1910; 
Berwick, 111., July 1910— Feb. 1912; ad. Toms River, N. J. 

Manford Wallace Schuh, b. South Whitley, Ind., Feb. 2, 1875. 
F. C. 1896; U. Chic. D. S., Jan.— July, 1897, Mar.— July, 1898; 
N. T. I. 1898-99; New C, Edinburgh, 1901-02; ord. Greens- 
burg, Ind., Aug. 14, 1900; act. p. Greensburg, Nov. 1899— Apr. 
1901; p. Westboro, Mass., Nov. 1902—; ad. 6 Central St., 
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M. B. Whitman, Class Secretary 

OREN NELSON BEAN, b. Brentwood, N. H., July 2, 1871. 
B. U. 1898; N. T. I. 1898-1901; ord. Brentwood, N. H., June 
20, 1901; p. Jericho, Vt., and West Bolton, July 1901— Apr. 
1904; East Hardwick, May 1904— May 1907; Meredith, N. H., 
June 1907—. 

GEORGE STEDMAN BENNETT, b. Worcester, Mass., July 
30, 1866. A. C. 1891; tea. Montclair Mil. A., N. J., 1891-92; 
deputy elk. U. S. Dist. Ct., Boston, Mass., 1892-98; N. T. I. 
1898-1901; ord. Rockport, Me., July 10, 1901; p. Rockport, 
July 1901— Apr. 1903; Detroit, Mich., May 1903— Sept. 1906; 
in bus., Boston, Mass., 1907-08; prin. Gilmanton A., Gilman- 
ton, N. H., 1908-09; instr. Wesleyan A., Wilbraham, Mass., 
1909-10; St. Lawrence U., Canton, N. Y., 1910-11; 1st reader, 
1st ch. of Christ, Scientist, Cambridge, Mass., 1912 — . 

FREDERIC WALLACE BLAKESLEE, b. Bristol, Conn., 
Sept. 11, 1870. Colg. U. 1896-98; N. T. I. 1898-1901; ord. 
Tottenville, Staten Is., N. Y., Nov. 7, 1901; p. Tottenville, Sept. 
1901— Sept. 1902; Methuen, Mass., Oct. 1902— Dec. 1904; 
Alexander Ave. ch., New York, N. Y., Jan. 1905— Sept. 1909; 
2d ch.. Fall River, Mass., Oct. 1909—. 

WILLIAM HENRY THURSTON BOCK, b. Brookline, 
Mass., Oct. 23, 1868. Hebron A. 1898; N. T. I. 1898-1901; 
ord. Brooklin, Me., Sept. 20, 1901; p. Brooklin, Aug. 1901— 
Aug. 1903; Laconia, N. H., Sept. 1903— Aug. 1905; Kenne- 
bunkport. Me., Sept. 1905— Feb. 1910; Hebron, and instr. 
Bib. Lit., Hebron A., Feb. 1910— Oct. 1911; Franklin, Mass., 
Oct. 1911—. 

THOMAS SETH BRUCE, b. Danville, Va., Dec. 11, 1872. 
Ba. C. 1898; N. T. I. 1898-1901; ord. Ebenezer ch., Boston, Oct. 
1901; prin. Shiloh Inst, Warren ton, N.C., 1902-10; Nansemond 
Indust. Inst., Suffolk, Va., Oct. 1910—. 

HAZEN ALBERT CALHOUN, b. Hopewell Cape, N. B., 
Sept. 2, 1867. B. U. 1898; N. T. I. 1898-1901 ; ord. Providence, 
R. I., Oct. 19, 1901; p. North Stonington, Conn., Oct. 1901— 
Aug. 1903; Conway, Mass., Aug. 1903— Apr. 1905; s., var. 
chs., June 1905— Feb. 1906; p. Groton, Vt., Feb. 1906— Oct. 
1907; Norridgewock, Me., Oct. 1907— Oct. 1909; Stamford, 
Vt., Nov. 1909—. 

ARTHUR WORDSWORTH CLEAVES, b. Boston, Mass., 
Mar. 20, 1876. C. U. 1898; N. T. I. 1898-1901; ord. North 
Scituate, Mass., Sept. 25, 1901; p. North Scituate, June 1901— 



1901] STUDENTS 243 

Mar. 1906; Newburyport, Apr. 1906 — ; ed. writer on New- 
buryport Daily News, and Gloucester Daily Times, 1910 — ; on 
Lynn Eventing News, 1912 — ; ad. 5 Park St., Newburyport. 

B. D.,N.T. I., 1901. 

MILTON ERNEST FISH, b. Charlestown, Mass., July 18, 
1874. H. U. 1898; N. T. I. 1898-1901; ord. West Somerville, 
June 20, 1901; p. Vineyard Haven, July 1901— July 1903; 
Delta, Colo., Sept. 1903— Mav 1907; Mesa oh., Pueblo, June 
1907— Apr. 1911; Cent, ch., Duluth, Minn., Mav 1911— ; ad. 
502 25th Ave. W, Duluth. B. D., N. T. I., 1901. ' 

OTIS WILLIAMS FOYE, b. Brockton, Mass., July 1, 1875. 

C. U. 1898; N. T. I. 1898-1901; ord. Thompson, Conn., Aug. 
15, 1901; p. Thompson, July 1901— Mar. 1906; Torrington, 
Apr. 1906— Nov. 1910; Winter Hill ch., Somerville, Mass., 
Dec. 1910 — ; ad. 34 Richdale Ave., Somerville. 

JOHN ABERDIEN HARDING, b. Liverpool, N. S., Dec. 9, 
1867. Hebron A. 1893-95; ord. Nonvay, Me., Apr. 15, 1896; 
p. Norway, 1896-97; N. T. I. 1897-1901; p. North Easton, Dec. 
1898— June 1899; asst. p. 1st ch., Charlestown, Sept. 1901— 
June 1902; p. Warner, N. H., June 1902— Feb. 1904; Brewer, 
Me., Mar. 1904— Jan. 1908; Franklin, Mass., Feb. 1908— July 
1911; Tiverton, R. I., Aug. 1911—. 

ELIJAH EDGAR HARRIS, b. Presque Isle, Me., Nov. 28, 
1869. B. T. S. 1891-92; N. T. I. 1892-93, 1899-1901; ord. 
Savoy, Aug. 10, 1893; p. Savoy, 1893-94; Hinsdale, May 1894— 
May 1895; Ipswich, May 1895-96; WestMedway, 1896— Sept. 
1897; act. p. Sheldonville, July 1898— Apr. 1900; p. Still River, 
Apr. 1900— Dec. 1904; Enfield, Me., Jan. 1905— Jan. 1906; 
Northeast Harbor, Feb. 1906— Aug. 1907; Buxton Centre, 
Sept. 1907 — Sept. 1911; prof. Leland U., New Orleans, La., 
Sept. 1911—. 

EVERETT CARLETON HERRICK, b. Livermor^, Me., 
June 13, 1876. C. U. 1898; N. T. I. 1898-1901; ord. Chares- 
town, June 13, 1901; p. 1st ch., Charlestown, June 1901 — ; 
ad. 84 High St., Charlestown. 

DANIEL WEBSTER HILL, b. Gunshill, Va , Feb. 22, 1865. 
Va. Norm. & Coll. Inst., Petersburg, Va., 1898; Y. D. S. Sept.— 
Dec, 1898; N. T. I. Jan. 1899-1901 ; U. T. S. 1902; ord. Bridge- 
port, Conn., June 15, 1901; miss, and field sec, N. Y. Colored 
State Conv., Dec. 1902— July 1903; fin. agt. Howard Colored 
Orphan Asylum, July 1903 — Oct. 1904; p. Shiloh ch., Jamaica, 
N. Y., Dec. 1904— Nov. 1905; fd. and p. Mt. Lebanon ch., 
Brookl}^, Feb. 1906— May 1910; pres. Clifton Forge Norm. 



244 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1901 

and Indust. Inst., and p. Smith chap., Hot Springs, Va., May 
1910—; ad. Clifton Forge, Va. 

STEPHEN SANBORN HUSE, Jr., b. Amesbury, Mass., 
Dec. 29, 1872; Colg. U. 1898; Colg. T. S. 1898-99; N. T. I. 
1899-1901; ord. BelHngham, June 19, 1901; miss. A. B. M. U., 
Bacolod, P. I., Aug. 1901— Mar. 1903; act. p. Bellingham, 
Mass., June — Dec, 1903; miss. San Luis Potosi, Mex., Jan. 
1904— Oct. 1907; p. Meriden, N. H., Apr. 1908— June 1910; 
Crown Hill ch., Nashua, July 1910—. 

ALMON J HUTCHINS, b. Paw Paw,' Mich., Feb. 12, 1870. 
Kal. C. 1896; ord. Clinton, Mich., Oct. 7, 1896; p. Clinton and 
Manchester, May 1896— Aug. 1898; N. T. I. 1898-1901; p. 
Holliston, Jan. 1899— Nov. 1902; Calumet, Mich., Nov. 1902— 
Oct. 1903; Ypsilanti, Oct. 1903— Oct. 1909; Mansfield, Mass., 
Oct. 1909—. 

THOxMAS NEIL JOHNSON, b. Independence, Mo., July 11, 
1871. W. F. C. 1898; N. T. I. 1898-1901; S. S. miss., Raleigh, 
N. C, 1901-03; prof. Bib. and Phil., Bapt. Fem.U., now Meredith 
C. Raleigh, 1903-06; Ouachita C, Ark., 1906-09; fellow in Rel. 
Educ, U. Chic, 1909-12; author Life and works ofjesus, 1902. 

RICHARD KEMP, b. Dalton-in-Fumess, Eng., Sept. 19, 
1868. Theol. C. Dunoon, Scot., May— Dec, 1894; C. T. S. 
1895-96; ord. North Stonington, Conn., Jan. 22, 1897; p. North 
Stonington, 1896— Sept. 1898; U. T. S. Sept. —Dec, 1898; N. 
T. I. Jan. 1899-1901; p. Halifax, N. S., 1901-02; stud. Dal- 
housie U., 1901-02; p. Westport, 1902-06; Hebron, 1906-07; 
ord. pt. Epis. ch.. May 24, 1909; r. St. Matthew's ch., Enid, 
Okla., 1908— Feb. 1910; Trinity ch., Connellsville, Pa., Mar. 
1910—12; Zion ch., Windsor, N. Y., Feb. 1912—. 

^FREDERICK HENRY KEYSER, b. Charlestown, Mass., 
Jan. 29, 1874. H. U. 1895-98; N. T. I. 1898-1901; ord. Fayville, 
Dec. 5, 1900; p. North Oxford, Oct. 1901-02; d. North Oxford, 
Apr. 23, 1902. 

WARREN HASTINGS McLEOD, b. Norton Station, N. B., 
July 10, 1874. Ac. U. 1895; ord. West Brook, N. S., Dec. 16, 
1895; p. Cumberland Co., Nov. 1895 — ^July 1897; asst. p. 
Amherst, Aug. 1897— July 1898; N. T. I. 1898-1901; p. 
Hutchinson, Kans., Aug. 1901-04; Elkhom, Wis., 1905-06; 
Woodstock, Ont., 1906-09; Prince Rupert, B. C, 1909—. 

ARCHIBALD MASON, b. Tancook, N. S., May 26, 1864. 
Ac. U. 1894; far. and pr., 1894-98; N. T. I. 1898-1901; ord. 
Crompton, R. I., Dec 3, 1901; p. Crompton, Dec 1901— July 



1902] STUDENTS 2#5 

1903; Amherst, N. H., Feb. 1904— Nov. 1908; South Hampton, 
Dec. 1908-10; Passumpsic, Vt., Aug. 1910—. 

LESTER BENJAMIN MATHEWSON, b. Johnston, R. L, 
Sept. 24, 1873. B. U. 1898; N. T. I. 1898-1901; ord. Hemet, 
Riverside Co., Cal.,Mar. 23, 1904; p. Hemet, Mar. 1903— Nov. 
1904; Goleta, Santa Barbara Co., Nov. 1904— Nov. 1905; 
Otay, San Diego Co., Nov. 1905— Oct. 1910; Yuma, Ariz., Oct, 
1910—. 

MELBOURNE BURPEE WHITMAN, b. New Albany, N, 
S., Nov. 5, 1865. Ac. U. 1894; s. Prince William, N. B., and 
Kingsclear, Nov. 1894— Oct. 1895; Alma, Mar. 1S9G— Feb. 
1898; ord. Alma, Jan. 13, 1897; s. Chelsea, N. S., June— Aug., 
1898; N. T. I. 1898-1901; p. Chester Basin, N. S., July 1901— 
July 1904; 2d and 3d chs., Digby Neck, July 1904— July 1906; 
Pleasant Valley, Forest Glen and Carleton, July 1906 — July 
1909; 1st and 2d chs.. Sable River, Louis Head, and Rockland, 
Aug. 1909—; ad. Sable River. 



Isaac Allen Corbctt, b. Five Islands, N. S., Nov. 7, 1867. Ac. 
U. 1898; N. T. I. 1898-1900; U. Chic. D. S. 1900-02; ord. 
Canning, N. S., June 8, 1902; p. Canning, May 1902— Dec. 
1904; Woodstock, N. B., Jan. 1905— May 1906; Bear River, 
N. S., June 1906— Apr. 1911; Hillsboro, N. B., Apr. 1911—. 

Henry Howard Pratt, b. Essex, Conn., Oct. 15, 1874. C. U. 
1898; N. T. I. 1898-1900; Hart. T. S., 1900-01; not ord.; tea., 
Suffield A., 1901-02; prin. high sch., Wilton, N. H., 1902-05; 
Berwick, Me., Sept. 1905— Dec. 1906; Littleton, Mass, Jan. 
1906-08; supt. schs., Hinsdale, N. H., 1908—. 

Edwin Oscar Wilson, b. St. Johnsville, N. Y., Dec. 9, 1870. 
U. R. 2 yrs. during 1895-98; N. T. I. 1898-99; ord. Em. ch., 
Newark, N. J., Sept. 13, 1899; p. Em. ch., Newark, Sept. 
1899—; ad. 8 Tiffany Park, Newark. 

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D. W. LovETT, Class Secretary 

ARTHUR CRAWLEY ARCHIBALD, b. Osborne, N. S., 
Aug. 15, 1878. Ac. U. 1897; N. T. I. 1897-99, 1901-02; ord. 
Hutchinson, Kans., Feb. 28, 1900; p. Hutchinson, Aug. 1899— 
Aug. 1901; Middleton, N. S., June 1902— Mar. 1908; Kansas 
City, Mo., Mar.— Aug., 1903; N. T. I., post-grad., Sept. 1903— 
Jan. 1904; p. Woonsocket, R. I., Jan. 1904— Feb. 1907; 1st 
ch., Brockton, Mass., Feb. 1907 — ; ad. 217 Spring St., Brockton. 

WILLIAM ERNEST BRAISTED, b. Howard, N. Y., Feb. 
27, 1871. Cook A. 1897; N. T. I. 1899-1902; ord. East Pem- 



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broke, N. Y., Sept. 1, 1898; p. East Pembroke, Sept. 1898— 
Aug. 1899; Antrim, N. H., June 1902. .Sept. 1907; Barre, Vt, 
Sept. 1907— Dec. 1911; Oneida, N. Y., Dec. 1911—; ad. 215 
Main St., Oneida. B. D., N. T. I., 1910. 

WILLIAM BRYANT CHASE, b. Rockland, Me., Oct. 26, 

1875. Cy. C. 1899; N. T. I. 1899-1902; ord. Patten, Me., July 
15, 1902; p. Patten, 1902-03; Washburn, June 1903— June 
1908, and Perham, June 1903— June 190(3; Co. sec, Morr'.s Co., 
N. J., Y. M. C. A., July 1908— Apr. 1910; p. Nanuet, N. Y., 
May 1910 — ; ad. Nanuet. 

HARRY GILBERT CHESLEY, b. Brighton, Mass., Aug. 
17, 1873. H. U. 1899; N. T. I. 1899-1902; not ord.; in bus. 
1902—; ad. 31 Auburn St., West Newton. B. D., N. T. I., 
1902. 

ARCHIBALD ALEXANDER FORSHEE, b. Superior 
Township, Mich., July 13, 1871. U. Mich. 1898; ord. 
Rochester, June 25, 1895; p. Rochester, June 1895 — Nov. 
1897; Durand, Dec. 1897— July 1899; N. T. I. 1899-1902; p. 
Hingham, Mass., June 1901— Sept. 1902; miss. A. B. M. U., 
Bacolod, Negros Occidental, P. I., Sept. 1902— Apr. 1907; 
Elmhurst, N. Y., May 1907— May 1908; miss. A. B.;M. U., 
Bacolod, P. I., June 1908-12; p. Berean Temple ch., Dor- 
cester, Mass., Feb. 1912— . 

SEBRA CROCKER FREEMAN, b. Brookfield, N. S., May 2, 
1872. Ac. U. 1898; N. T. I. 1899-1902; ord. North Brookfield, 
N. S., Sept. 10, 1902; miss. C. B. M. S., India, Dec. 1902—; ad. 
Parlakimedi Ganjam, India. B. D., N. T. I., 1902. 

GUSTAV ARVID GORDH, b. Gothenburg, Sweden, Nov. 
15, 1872. Betelseminariet, Stockholm, 1898; ord. Orebro, Apr. 
11, 1898; p. Orebro, Apr. 1898— Aug. 1899; S. B. T. S. 1899- 
1900; N. T. I. 1900-02; S. B. T. S., post-grad., 1902-03; ed. The 
Banner, Swedish denom. paper, Minneapolis, Minn., 1903-05; 
prin. Bethel A., St. Paul, 1905-12; p. el. Swedish ch., Brockton, 
Mass., to begin June 1912. Th. D., S. B. T. S., 1903. 

MOSES ALLAN GRAYBIEL, b. Dumfries, Ont., Apr. 20, 
1868. Kal. C. 1898; N. T. I. 1899-1902; ord. Port Huron, 
Mich., June 28, 1898; p. Coldwater, July 1902— Apr. 1907; 
Bay City, Apr. 1907—; ad. 414 North Farragut St., Bay City. 

HAROLD LIBBY HANSON, b. Peabody, Mass., Nov. 10, 

1876. Cy. C. 1899; N. T. I. 1899-1902; ord. Kennebunk, Me., 
June 18, 1902; p. Kennebunk Village, July 1902— June 1907; 
Rumford, June 1907—; ad. Rumford, Me. B. D., N. T. I., 
1902. 



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IRAD BENJAMIN HARDY, b. Allendale, N. S., June 27, 
1868. Ac. U. 1899; N. T. I. 1899-1902; ord. Canton, Sept. 17, 
1902; p. Canton, Sept. 1902— Jan. 1906; East Milton, Feb. 
1906— Feb. 1911; Chapel St. ch., Gloucester, Feb. 1911—; ad. 
28 Highland St., East Gloucester. 

DAVID WINSLOW LOVETT, b. Pomfret, Vt., May 19, 1871. 
Colg. A. 1892-93, 1896-97; N. T. I. 1899-1902; ord. New Boston, 
N. H., June 25, 1902; p. New Boston, Jan. 1902— Nov. 1905; 
West Acton, Mass., Nov. 1905— Oct. 1911; Orange, Oct. 1911—. 

GEORGE WILLIAM McCOMBE, b. Glasgow, Scot., May 
13, 1874. Cy. C. 1897-99; N. T. I. 1899-1902, post-grad., 
1908-09; ord. Arlington Heights, Mass., Sept. 30, 1902; p. 
Arlington Heights, Sept. 1902— Aug. 1907 ; iHallowell, Me., Dec. 
1907— Mar. 1908; Stevensville, Mont., Jan. 1909— June 1910; 
Fayette, Idaho, July 1910 — ; ad. Fayette. 

*WILLIAM HAROLD MILLARD, b. Waltham, Mass., Jan. 
18, 1877. H. U. 1899; N. T. I. 1899-1902; ord. Old Cambridge 
ch., Cambridge, Mass., Sept. 11, 1902; miss. A. B. M. U., 
Hangchow, China, 1902-08; prof. N. T. and TheoL, Shanghai 
Bapt. T. S., 1908-09; d. Shanghai, Mar. 8, 1909. B. D., N. T. I., 
1902. 

HERMON SPENCER PINKHAM, b. Arlington Heights, 
Mass., Dec. 24, 1875. H. U. 1900; N. T. I. 1899-1902; ord. 
Watertown, June 24, 1902; p. South Paris, Me., Aug. 1902— 
Feb. 1904; Winter Hill ch., Somerville, Mass., Feb. 1904— Sept. 
1910; Im. ch., Washington, D. C, Sept. 1910—; ad. 1246 
Columbia Road N. W., Washington. 

JOSEPH CHANDLER ROBBINS, b. Rawdon, N. S., Mar. 
20, 1874. B. U. 1897; N. T. I. 1899-1902; ord. Pleasant St. 
ch.. Concord, N. H., Sept. 11, 1902; miss. A. B. M. U., Jaro, 
P. I., 1902-03; Capiz, 1903-09; trav. sec. stud. vol. movement 
for For. Miss., 1910 — ; ad. Medford, Mass. 

ERIK SJOSTRAND, b. Leksand, Sweden, Jan. 22, 1869. 
Betelseminariet, Stockholm, 1897; N. T. I. 1899-1902; ord. 
Lowell, Mar. 19, 1903; p. Swedish ch., Lowell, 1903-04; ed. 
Baneret, Minneapolis, Minn., 1904-07; The Sivedish Baptist 
Standard, Chicago, 111., 1907—; ad. 107 South Wabash Ave., 
Chicago. 

EDMUND DAVID WEBBER, b. Sackville, N. S.. Sept. 30, 
1860. Ac. C. 1881; reporter, Halifax Herald, 1882-83; tea. 
Hort. A., 1885-86; ed. Pictou News, 1888—? ; writer for 
Engelhardt Illustrated Series on American Cities, 1891-97; N. 
T. I. 1899-1902; ord. Wollaston, June 18, 1902; p. WoUaston, 



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June 1902— Oct. 1908; Wolfville, N. S., Nov. 1908—. B. D., 
N. T. I., 1902. 

CLARENCE LEROY WHITMAN, b. Meriden, Minn., Oct. 
11, 1868. U. Minn. 1894; N. T. I. 1900-02; ord. Owatonna, 
Minn., Oct. 1, 1902; s. Faribault, Sept.— Dec, 1902; miss. 

A. B. M. U., Ikoko, Africa, May 1903— Apr. 1905; p. Gay- 
Head, Mass., Sept. 1905 — June 1910; miss. Sudan Un. Miss., 
Africa, July 1910 — ; ad. Donga Station, via Ibi, Northern 
Nigeria, West Africa. 

Harry Sanford Brown, b. Winn, Me., Jan. 8, 1872. Cy. C. 
1899; N.T. I. Sept. 1S99— Jan. 1900; not ord.; in bus., 1900—; 
ad. Fairfield, Me. 

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1903 

M. J. TwoMEY, Class Secretary 

WILLIAM EDWARD BAKER, b.lSouth Amboy, N. J., Apr. 
14, 1870. B. U. 1899, post-grad., 1900-01; N. T. I. 1899-1900, 
1901-03; ord. South Amboy, N. J., June 23, 1903; p. Eden, Me., 
June— Nov., 1903; Olivet ch., Trenton, N. J., Dec. 1903— 
Mar. 1905; Readsboro, Vt., Apr. 1905— Dec. 1907; Cavendish, 
Jan. 1908—. 

FRANCIS LE GRAND CHURCH, b. Holly, Mich., Nov. 25, 
1875. U. Mich. 1900; ord. Birmingham, Mich., Jan. 6, 1898; 
p. Birmingham, Jan. 1898— Apr. 1899; Byron, Apr. 1899— 
Dec. 1900; N. T. I. Jan. 1901-03; p. Washington Park chap., 
Everett, Jan. 1901— Feb. 1903; Adams Sq. ch., Worcester, Mar. 
1903— July 1905; Lambertville, N. J., Aug. 1905— Jan. 1907; 
Owosso, Mich., Jan. 1907— July 1908; Flint, July 1908— Oct. 
1910; Michigan Ave. ch., Saginaw, Nov. 1910—; ad. 213 North 
Fayette St., W. S., Saginaw,'^Mich. B. D., N. T. I., 1904. 

WILLIAM HENRY DYAS, b. Parrsboro, N. S., Jan. 26, 
1871. Ac. U. 1900; N. T. I. 1900-03; ord. Waltham, Mass., 
June 25, 1903; p. Beth Eden ch., Waltham, June 1903—; ad. 
74 Maple St., Waltham. 

JAMES BRUCE OILMAN, b. Lowell, Mass., Jan. 23, 1878. 

B. U. 1900; N. T. I. 1900-03; ord. Pittsfield, Mass., Oct. 1, 
1903; Momingside ch., Pittsfield, Sept. 1903— Mar. 1909; 1st 
ch., Nashua, N. H., Apr. 1909—; ad. 9 Locust St., Nashua. 
B. D.,N. T. I., 1903. 

ROLLA ELIJAH HUNT, b. Fairfax, Vt., Feb. 7, 1874. B. 
U. 1900; N. T. I. 1900-03; ord. Shelbiune Falls, Mass., Sept. 30, 
1903; p. Shelbume Falls, Sept. 1903—; also Charlemont, 
1905-10, and Rowe, 1908-10; ad. Shelbume Falls. 



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HARRY IGNATIUS MARSHALL, b. Nashua, N. H.. Jan.. 
24, 1878. D. C. 1900; N. T. I. 1900-03; ord. Nashua, N. H., 
Sept. 3, 1903; miss. A. B. M. U., Tharrawaddy, Burma, Nov. 
1903 — ; also in charge Bassein, Mar. — Dec, 1908; ad. Tharra- 
waddy. 

JOHN ANDREW MITCHELL, b. Fitchburg, Mass., May 5, 
1877. N. T. I. 1900-03; B. U. 1907-09; ord. Essex St. ch., Lynn, 
Mass., June 18, 1903; p. Wilmington, Vt., June 1903— Aug. 
1905; West Brattleboro, Vt., Sept. 1905— Aug. 1907; Harris- 
ville, R. I., Sept. 1907— June 1909; Braintree, Mass., June 
1909 — ; ad. 24 Sampson Ave., Braintree. 

ABNER FOSTER NEWCOMB, b. Kentville, N. S., Aug. 25, 
1871. Ac. U. 1898; ord. Amherst, Aug. 24, 1898; asst. p. 
Amherst, Sept. lS9S~Aug. 1900; N. T. I. 1900-03; p. Bethany 
ch., Boston, Sept. 1903— Aug. 1908; North ch., Halifax, N. S., 
Sept. 1908— Oct. 1911; ed. N. S. Sunday School Worker, Oct. 
1909 — Oct. 1911; dist. sec. for Mar. Prov. and Newfoundland, 
Canadian Bib. Soc, Oct. 1911—; ad. 182 Waterloo St., St. 
John, N. B. B. D., N. T. I., 1907. 

JOSEPH LEISHMAN PEACOCK, b. Paislev, Scot., June 
15, 1873. B. U. 1900; H. U. D. S. 1900-02; N. T. I. 1902-03; 
ord. Pawtucket, R. I., July 2, 1900; p. Grasmere, N. H., July 
1901— June 1903; Calvary ch.. Westerly, R. I., July 1903— 
Sept. 1908; lib. Mem. and Lib. Assoc, Westerly, Oct. 1908—. 

CLARENCE STRONG POND, b. Boston, Mass., Jan. 30, 
1879. Bost. U. 1901; N. T. I. 1901-03; H. U. 1907-08; 
ord. Boston, Mass., May 17, 1903; p. Pocassett, Apr. 1902— 
Dec. 1903; 2d ch., Beverly, Dec. 1903—. B. D., H. U., 1908. 

HARRY EVERETT S AFFORD, b. Lawrence, Mass., Dec. 
29, 1873. H. U. 1897, post-grad., 1897-1900; N. T. I. 1900-03; 
ord. Granville, June 29, 1904; p. Granville, June 1904— 
Oct. 1906; prof. Hist., Rangoon Bapt. C, Burma, Nov. 1907—; 
ad. Rangoon, Burma. 

SIMEON SPIDLE, b. New Cornwall, N. S., July 7, 1867. 
Ac. U. 1897; N. T. I. 1899-1900, 1901-03; ord. Homeville, C. B., 
Sept. 2, 1897; p. Port Morien group, June 1897— June 1899; 
Falmouth, N. S., June 1900— Aug. 1901; Pleasant St. ch., 
Worcester, Mass., June 1903— June 1908; Holden, June 1908— 
Sept. 1911; stud. Clark U. 1908-11; prof. Ac U., Oct. 1911—; 
ad. Wolfville, N. S., B. D., N. T. I., 1903. 

M. JOSEPH TWOMEY, b. Killamey, L-e., Jan. 10, 1873. 
B. U., B. Ph., 1900; N. T. I. 1900-03; ord. Danielson, Conn., 
July 10, 1903; p. Danielson, June 1903— Oct. 1905; 1st ch., 
Portland, Me., Oct. 1905—; ad. 14 Wilson St., Portland. 



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LEWIS AUGUSTUS WALKER, b. Oswego, Kans., Nov. 29, 
1875. Adrian C, B. Ph., 1S99; Kal. C. 1900; N. T. I. 1900-03, 
post-grad., 1903-04; ord. West Medway, Oct. 16, 1904; p. 
West Medway, July 1904— May 1908; Highland eh., Fitchburg, 
May 1908—; ad. 88 Myrtle Ave., Fitchburg. 

ALBERT GARDNER WARNER, b. WhitinsviUe, Mass., 
June 24, 1872. Cy. C. 1900; N. T. I. 1900-03; ord. North 
Uxbridge, June 19, 1903; p. Mexico, Me., Nov. 1903— Nov. 
1906; Islesboro, Mar. 1907-11; Manchester, Mass., 1911—. 



Horace Wilbert Cole, b. Waterloo, Wis., Sept. 5, 1869. D. U. 
1900; N. T. I. 1900-01; R. T. S. 1901-03; ord. Hannibal, Mo., 
Aug. 12, 1903; p. 5th St. ch., Hannibal, May 1903— Mar. 1907; 
Bales ch., Kansas City, Apr. 1907—; ad. 1004 Askew Ave., 
Kansas City. 

Justin Davis Field, b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 3,1875. U. R. 
1900; C. T. S. 1900-01; N. T. I. 1901— Jan. 1902; ord. Charles- 
ton, Me., Apr. 11, 1905; p. Charleston, Jan. 1905— Dec. 1908; 
North Berwick, Jan. — Nov., 1909; asst. p. Sumner Ave. ch., 
Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 1909-11; Un. ch.. Noble St., Brooklyn, 
1911—; ad. 1091 Lorimer St., Brooklyn. 

John Alexander Glendinning, b. Somerville, Mass., Oct. 29, 
1871. Ac. U. 1900; N. T. I. 1900-02; ord. Moncton, N. B., 
Oct. 9, 1902; miss. F. M. Bd. Mar. Prov., Parlakimedi, India, 
1902—. 

James Francis Ingram, b. Brockville, Ont., Apr. 19, 1874. 
McM. U. 1899, McM. U. D. S. 1899-1902; N. T. I. Sept.— Dec, 
1902; miss. A. B. M. U., Burma, 1903—: prof. Rangoon Bapt. 

C, 1903-05; ord. Im. ch., Rangoon, Jan. 21, 1906; miss. 
Henzada, Mar.— aut., 1906; Namkham, aut. 1906—; ad. 
Namkham, via Bhamo, Burma. B. Th., McM. U., 1902. 

Herries Locke Kempton, b. Milton, N. S., Mar. 5, 1876. Ac. 
U. 1900; N. T. I. 1900-01; McM. U. D. S. 1901-03; ord. 
Okotoks, Alta., July 4, 1903; p. Okotoks, June 1903— Oct. 
1905; Fernie, B. C, Oct. 1905— June 1907; Vermillion, Alta., 
June 1907— Jan. 1911; Crescent Heights, Calgary, Jan. 1911—. 
B. Th., McM. U., 1903. 

Frank Chester Kreager, b. near Zanesville, O., Nov. 22, 1875. 

D. U. 1900; N. T. I. 1900-01; R. T. S. 1901-03; ord. Ashland, 
Wis., June 26, 1903; p. Ashland, June 1903— Jan. 1906; New 
Matamoras, O., Jan. 1906— July 1908; Jackson, July 1908—; 
ad. 197 East South St., Jackson. 

John Hubbard Logan, b. Pike Co., Ala., Dec. 16, 1876. 
Mercer U. 1900; ord. Macon, Ga., May 1897; p. Macon, July 



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1898— Sept. 1900; Gordon, Sept. 1897— Nov. 1900; N. T. I. 
Nov. 1900— Mar. 1901; U. Chic. 1901-02; p. Thomasville, Ga., 
1902-03; U. T. S. 1903-04; U. Marburg; asst. prof. Ch. Hist., 
Colg. T. S., Jan. 1908-10; asst. prof. Rutgers C, 1910—. 

Cornelius Edward Schaible, b. New York, N. Y., Dec. 27, 
1873. Colg. U. 1899; Colg. T. S. 1899-1900, 1902-03; tea. 
Colg. A., 1900-01; N. T. I. 1901-02, fellow, N. T., 1903-04; 
ord. Somersworth, N. H., July 27, 1904; p. Somersworth, June 
1904— Dec. 1905; prof. Gr. Interp. and Ch. Hist., Va. Un. U., 
Jan. 1903—; ad. Va. Un. U., Richmond, Va. B. D., N. T. I., 
1994. 23 

1904 

F. Donovan, Class Secretary 

WHITMAN SEARS BASSETT, b. South Chatham, Mass., 
Nov. 1, 1872. Ba. C. 1899; N. T. I. 1900-02, Jan. 1903— Mar. 
1904; ord. Penacook, N. H., Apr. 28, 1904; p. Penacook, Mar. 
1904—. 

FREDERICK WILLIAM BUIS, b. St. Joseph, Mo., July 2, 
1873. W. J. C. 1901; N. T. I. 1901-04; ord. Kansas City, Mo.. 
Sept. 1, 1904; p. 1st ch., Bloomfidd, N. J., June 1904— Nov, 
1906; Im. ch., St. Louis, Mo., Dec. 1906— Oct. 1909; 1st ch., 
Salem, Mass., Nov. 1909—; ad. 15 Beckford St., Salem. 

WALTER BOARDMAN BULLEN, b. Pawtucket, R. L, 
June 13, 1877. B. U. 1899; H. U. 1902-03; N. T. L 1901-02, 
1903-04; ord. New London, N. H., July 13, 1904; miss. 
A. B. M. U., Kobe, Japan, 1904-05; Sendai, Nov. 1905— Apr. 
1909; Otaru, Apr.— Sept., 1909; ad. Hingham, Mass. B. D., 
N. T. I., 1904. 

FRANK LEWIS CANN, b. Yarmouth, N. S., Feb. 19, 1872. 
Ac. U. 1900; N. T. I. 1901-04; ord. North Middleboro, Mass., 
Feb. 19,1901; p. North Middleboro, 1900-01; Alna, Me., June 
1904— Nov. 1907; Kennebunk, Dec. 1907—. B. D., N. T. I., 
1908. 

FREDERICK DONOVAN, b. New York, N. Y., Apr. 2, 1873" 
John B. Stetson U. 1899 ; ord. Sanf ord, Fla., Mar. 11, 1898; p. San- 
ford, Oct. 1897— Aug. 1898; Ocala, June— Aug., 1899; N. T. I. 
Sept.— Oct., 1899, Nov. 1900— Apr. 1901, Jan. 1902-04; p. 
Woodruff Place ch., Indianapolis, Ind., July 1904-05; Colg. 
T. S. Jan.— Dec, 1906; p. Wausau, Wis., Jan. 1907— Jan. 
1908; U. Chic. D. S. win. 1908-09; p. Maywood, 111., May 
1909—. 

BENJAMIN GEORGE EWALD, b. St. Joseph, Mich., Dec. 
8, 1874. U. Mich., 1900; H. U. 1901; N. T. I. 1901-04; ord. 



252 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1904 

Fall River, Sept. 27, 1904; p. Broadway chap., 1st ch., Fall 
River, June 1904— Oct. 1906; H. U. D. S. 1906-07; p. Ray- 
mond, Wash., April 1908—. B. D., N. T. I., 1907. 

NATHANIEL THOMAS HAFER, b. Waldron, Mich., Feb- 
24, 1871. Kal. C. 1895; ord. Bellevue, Mich., Sept. 18, 1895; 
p. Bellevue, July 1895— Mar. 1897; Walnut, 111., Apr. 1897— 
Aug. 1900; stud. U. Chic. D. S. parts of 1897-99; p. Alma, 
Mich., Sept. 1900— Aug. 1902; N. T. I. 1902-04; p. North 
Oxford, Sept. 1902— Apr. 1904; ]\lansfield, Apr. 1904— Apr. 
1906; ev. Vt. Bapt. State Conv., May 1906— Mar. 1910; p. 
Trinity ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., Apr. 1910— 11; Ferry Ave. ch., De- 
troit, Mich., 1911—; ad. 18 Mansur St., Detroit.B. D., N. T. I., 
1906. 

WILLIAM AUSTIN KILL, b. Ellenberg, N. Y., I\Iay 2, 
1873. B. U. 1902; H. U. D. S. 1902-03; N. T. I. 1903-04; ord. 
West Somerville, Mass., Oct. 19, 1904; p. Trinity ch., Arlington, 
July 1903— June 1908; Woodland Park ch., St. Paul, Minn., 
Jime 1908—; ad. 779 Dayton Ave., St. Paul, Minn. B. D., 
N. T. I., 1908. 

CHARLES McHARNESS, b. Pontiac, Mich., Feb. 8, 1873. Kal. 
C. 1901; N. T. I. 1901-04; ord. Grand Rapids, Mich., Nov. 1, 1904; 
p. Scribner St. ch.. Grand Rapids, Sept. 1904— Mar. 1906; North- 
wood, la.. Mar. 1906— May 1910; Eureka, Utah, May 1910—. 

WILBUR CHEESMAN NELSON, b. Saginaw, Mich., July 
11, 1877. Kal. C. 1901; N. T. I. 1901-04; ord. Alma, Mich., 
July 29, 1904; p. Rutherford, N. J., Sept. 1904— June 1907; 
Saginaw, Mich., Aug. 1907 — ; ad. 726 Hoyt Ave., Saginaw, 
Mich. B. D., N. T. I., 1907. 

CHARLES WELLINGTON ROSE, b. Port Maitland, N. S., 
Sept. 4, 1871. Ac.U. 1S98; N. T. I. 1900-04; ord. Nelson, B. 
C, Dec. 13, 1898; p. 1st ch., Nelson, Oct. 1898— Feb. 1900; 
Zion ch., Yarmouth, N. S., June 1904-09; Park ch., Brantford, 
Ont., Mar. 1909—; ad. 172 Nelson St., Brantford. B. D., N. T. 
I., 1904. 

CHARLES EDWARD SAWTELLE, b. San Francisco, Cal., 
Feb. 12, 1868. C. U. 1896; N. T. I. 1901-04; ord. Needham, 
Mass., Nov. 30, 1904; p. Needham, Oct. 1904—. 

RAPHAEL CLARKE THOMAS, b. Chicago, III., Oct. 3, 
1873. H. U. 1896, med. sch. 1902; N. T. I. 1896-99, 1903-04; 
interne, Boston City Hosp., 1902-03; ord. Newton Centre, Sept. 
11, 1904; med. miss., A. B. M. U., Capiz., P. I., 1904-05; Jaro 
Station, 1905—; ad. Iloilo, P. I. 

CHARLES WAGNER WOLFE, b. Schoolcraft, Mich., Aug. 
24, 1877. Bu. U. 1901; N. T. I. 1901-04; ord. Willington, 



1905] STUDENTS 253 

Conn., July 13, 1904; p. Willington, Mar. 1904— Oct. 1908; 
U. Chic. D. S. 1908-09; p. Gaylord, Mich., June 1909— Jan. 
1911; ed. B. Y. P. U. page, Michigan Christian Herald, Oct. 
1909— Mar. 1910; p. Jefferson Ave. ch., Detroit, Jan. 1911—; 
ad. 383 Lillibridge Ave., Detroit. 



William Moses Elliott, b. Rutland, Vt., Dec. 12, 1865. W. 
J. C. 1901; N. T. I. 1901-03; not ord.; tea. pub. schs.; ad. 
3216 Seneca St., St. Joseph, Mo. 

Seymour Ellsworth Moon, b. Villard, Minn., Nov. 13, 1869. 
U. Minn. 1900; U. Chic. D. S. 1901-02; N. T. I. 1902-03; ord. 
Waterville, Minn., Sept. 1, 1899; p. Waterville, Sept. 1899— 
July 1901; Woodstock, 111., Oct. 1901— June 1902; miss. A. 
B. M. U., Banza Manteke, Congo Ind. State, Africa, 1904— 
sum., 1907; Kimpesi, Sept. 1908 — . 

James Allan Price, b. N. B., Nov. 7, 1868. Bost. U. 1902; 
N. T. I. 1902-03; ord. Sharon, Sept. 19, 1900; p. Sharon, July 
1900— Jan. 1903; U. Chic. D. S. 1903-04; p. Demarest, N. J., 
1904—? ; res. Chicago, 111., in 1907; ? 

17 

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M, R. FoSHAY, Class Secretary 

*John Horatio Hannah, b. London, Eng., Feb. 18, 1872. 
McM. U. 1899, McM. U. D. S. 1899-1901; ord. Peterboro, Ont., 
Sept. 17, 1901; p. Peterboro, May 1901— Mar. 1903; Fenelon 
Falls, Dec. 1903— Aug. 1904; N. T. I., post-grad., 1904-05; 
miss. A. B. M. U., Podili, India, 1905-09; d. Podili, Sept. 7, 1909. 
B. Th., McM. U., 1899; B. D., N. T. I., 1905. 



ROBERT ATHERTON BAKEMAN, b. Auburn, Me., Aug. 
16, 1879. Cy. C. 1901; N. T. I. 1901-05; ord. Chelsea, Mass., 
Oct. 9, 1905; p. East Jaffrey, N. H., Nov. 1905— Feb. 1912; 
asst. min. Un. People's ch., Schenectady, N. Y., Feb. 1912 — . 

OWEN CLARENCE BROWN, b. Cato, Kans., July 25, 1871. 
Ott. U., 1902; N. T. I. 1902-05; ord. Cato, Kans., July 29, 
1899; p. Bronson, Oct. 1899- Aug. 1902; Emporia, June 
1905— Oct. 1907; Lawrence, Oct. 1907—. B. D., N. T. I., 1905. 

SAMUEL JAMES CANN, b. Pleasant Valley, P. E. L, Aug. 
3, 1875. Ac. U. 1902; N. T. I. 1902-05; Bost. U. Sch. Theol. 
1906-07; ord. Boston, Mass., June 21, 1905; p. Elm Hill ch., 
Boston, May 1905 — June 1907; 2d ch., East Providence, R. I., 
July 1907—; ad. 23 Walnut St., East Providence. B. D., 
N. T. I., 1905. 



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MILFORD RUPERT FOSHAY, b. Montague, P. E. I., May 
12, 1878. Ac. U. 1899; N. T. I. 1899-1900, 1903-05; ord. 
Middleboro, June 13, 1900; p. Wilmington, Vt., June 1900— 
June 1903; Osterville, Mass., June 1903— Apr. 1905; Norwood, 
Apr. 1905— Feb. 1908; Marlboro, Feb. 1908— July 1911; 1st 
ch., Manchester, N. H., July 1911 — . 

ROBERT COLLEY GRANBERRY, b. Brewton, Ala., June 
21, 1880. H. U. 1903; S. B. T. S. 1902-03; N. T. I. 1903-05; 
ord. Baltimore, Md., Oct. 15, 1905; p. Division St. ch., 
Salisbury, July 1905— Nov. 1906; 1st ch., Tuskegee, Ala., 
Nov. 1906— Sept. 1908; Rose Hill ch., Columbus, Ga., Sept. 
1908—. B. D., N. T. I., 1905. 

WILLIAM ROSS HOOD, b. Chesterville, Miss., May 23, 

1874. Howard C. 1900; S. B. T. S. 1902-03; N. T. I. 1903-05; 
ord. Ashville, Ala., Aug. 21, 1902; p. Cumberland, Md., Oct. 
1905— Jan. 1906; in Bur. Educ, Washington, D. C, May 
1907—. B. D., N. T. I., 1905. 

HARRY SUMNER McCREADY, b. Pawtucket, R. I., Apr. 
19, 1876. B. U. 1900; N. T. I. 1902-05; ord. Wallingford, 
Vt., Aug. 22, 1905; p. Wallingford, June 1905— July 1906; 
Manchester Centre, July 1906— Nov. 1908; Roger WUliams ch.. 
Providence, R. I., Nov. 1908—; ad. 81 Woodward Road, 
Providence. B. D., N. T. I., 1905. 

CHARLES FRANCIS McKOY, b. Bangor, Me., July 24. 
1878. Cy. C. 1902; N. T. I. 1902-05; ord. Bangor, Me., Dec, 
1, 1905; p. Bar Harbor, Me., Dec. 1905— Oct. 1911; Pauls- 
boro, N. J., Jan. 1912—. 

GEORGE BURTON MARSTON, b. LaGrange, Mo., July 31, 
1871. Colg. U. 1902; N. T. I. 1902-05; ord. New Baltimore, 
N. Y., Jan. 29, 1906; p. 1st ch.. New Baltimore, Jan. 1906— 
Mar. 1907; 1st ch., Stonington, Conn., Mar. 1907—. B. D., 
N. T. I., 1910. 

DENTON JUDSON NEILY, b. Middleton, N. S., Apr. 14, 
1880. Ac. U. 1902; N. T. I. 1902-05; ord. Bridgetown, N. S., 
Aug. 30, 1905; p. Danielson, Conn., Oct. 1905— Apr. 1910; 
1st ch., Gloucester, Mass., Apr. 1910—; ad. 3 Church St., 
Gloucester. B. D., N. T. I., 1905. 

JOSEPH FRANCIS RUSSELL, b. North Adams, Mass., 
Feb. 10, 1875. B. U. 1897-1902; N. T. I. 1902-05; ord. Frank- 
lin, May 17, 1905; p. Franklin, Sept. 1904— Jan. 1908; miss. 
A. B. M. U., Iloilo, P. I., Jan. 1908—; ad. Capiz, Panay, P. I. 

WALTER EUGENE TANNER, b. Nevada, Mo., Mar. 29, 

1875. Ott. U. 1898-1900; K. C. T. S. 1902-03; N. T. I. 1903- 



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05; ord. Erie, Kans., Aug. 8, 1895; p. Neodesha, Mar. 1895 — 
Aug. 1898; Burlington, 1898-1900; Altamont, Apr; 1900— 
Aug. 1902; Holliston, Mass., July 1903— Tune 1905; North 
Topeka, Kans., July 1905-07; Melrose ch., Oakland, Cal., July 
1907— June 1909; King City, July 1909-10; Sparks, Nev., 
Oct. 1910 — ; author, Divorce and Club Life, 1909; The Church 
and Politics, 1909; What The Chtirch Stands For, 1910; ed. 
Daily Topic, Oakland, Cal., 1907-10. 

ALBERT FRANK UFFORD, b. Fairfax, Vt., Feb. 26, 1877. 
U. V. M. 1901; N. T. I. 1902-05; ord. Fairfax, Vt., June 15, 
1905; p. Fairfax, June 1905— Sept. 1908; miss. A. B. M. U. 
Sept. 1908—; ad. Shaohsing, China. B. D., N. T. I., 1905. 

ERNEST EGAN VENTRES, b. Hudson, Mass., Apr. 7, 
1874. Cy. C. 1901; N. T. I. 1902-05; ord. North Hanover, 
Mar. 7, 1906; p. North Hanover, Jan. 1906— Oct. 1910; North- 
boro, Oct. 1910—. 

ADONIRAM JUDSON WEEKS, b. Leslie, Mich., Jan. 18, 
1872. Kal. C. 1902; N. T. I. 1902-05; ord. Leslie, Mich., June 
21, 1905; miss. A. B. M. U., Tavoy, Burma, Nov. 1905—; ad. 
on furlough, 1912, Femdale, Wash. 

FRANK WALTER WHEELER, b. Stoneham, ]\Iass., Nov. 
21, 1877. B. U. 1902; N. T. I. 1902-05; ord. Wakefield, Nov. 
28, 1905; p. Trinity ch., Fall River, Dec. 1905— Sept. 1906; 
Middletown Springs, Vt., Nov. 1906— Dec. 1910; Em. ch., 
Williamsbridge, New York, N. Y., Dec. 1910— Feb. 1912; 
Millinocket, Me., Mar. 1912—. B. D., N. T. I., 1905. 



William Thomas Amiger, b. Culpeper, Va., July 16, 1870. 
L. U. 1899; L. U. T. S. 1899-1902; N. T. I. 1902-03; ord. Cam- 
bridge, June 1903; p. 3d ch., Springfield, June 1903— Apr. 
1908; pres. vState U., Louisville, Ky., 1908—; ad. 722 West 
Kentucky St., Louisville, Ky. S. T. B., L. U., 1902, D. D., 
1909. 

John William Barco, b. Shiloh, N. C, June 25, 1877. Va. Un. 
U. 1902; N. T. I. 1902-03; ord. Portsmouth, Va., June 4, 1902; 
tea. Va. Un. U., Sept. 1903—; ad. Va. Un. U., Richmond, Va. 

Walter Irving Fowie, b. Fredericksburg, la., Aug. 16, 1876. 
Des M. C. 1902; U. Chic. 1902-03; N. T. I. 1903-04; ord. Mt. 
Pleasant ch.. Mineral Ridge, la., Aug. 22, 1901; p. Woodstock, 
111., June 1902— June 1903; Ames, la., Sept. 1904— Sept. 
1911; Grand Island, Neb., Sept. 1911—. B. D., U. Chic, 1906. 

Charles Hargrove, b. Clinch's Mills, N. B., Aug. 25, 1870. 
B. U. 1898-1902; N. T. I. 1902-04; ord. Northeast Harbor, 



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Me., Aug. 2, 1904; p. Norheast Harbor, July 1904— Sept. 1905, 
May 1908— Oct. 1910; Johnson, Vt., Oct. 1905— Nov. 1906; 
Rockville Centre, N. Y., Nov. 1906— May 1908; Bluehill, Me., 
Nov. 1910—. 

Mark Pierre Jackson, b. Mt. Airv, Ga., Feb. 25, 1880. Mercer 
U. 1902; S. B. T. S. 1902-03, 1904-05; N. T. I. 1903-04; ord. 
Tallapoosa, Ga., Aug. 31, 1904; p. Montezuma, June 1905 — 
Jan. 1908; Ancient City ch., St. Augustine, Fla., 1908— Nov. 
1910; Covington, Ga., Dec. 1910—. 

Christian Colttmbtis Koch, b. Clinton Falls, Minn., July 30, 
1875. Cy. C. 1902; N. T. I. 1902-05; ord. Sedgwick, Me., June 
28, 1906; p. Sedgwick, Feb. 1906— Sept. 1908; Spring Valley, 
Minn., Dec. 1908— Oct. 1910; Washburn, Me., Oct. 1910—. 

John Nathaniel Lawless, b. Hillsboro, Ala., Mar. 20, 1874. 
Ord. Pleasant Grove, Ark., Oct. 20, 1895; Ouachita C. 1902; 
R. T. S. 1902-03, Jan. 1904-05; N. T. I. Sept.— Dec, 1903; 
p. Brookland ch., Washington, D. C, June 1905-06; Waco, 
Tex., 1906—? ; Memphis, Tenn., in 1907; ? 

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1906 

R. E. Storey, Class Secretary 

"William Tower Thayer, b. Clark's Green, Pa., Aug. 3, 1876. 
Colg. U. 1900; R. T. S. 1903; ord. CobleskiU, N. Y., Dec. 1, 
1903; p. CobleskiU, Mar. 1903— Aug. 1905; N. T. I., | post-grad., 
1905-06; p. Ashland, Oct. 1905— Mar. 1907; 1st ch., Norwich, 
Conn., Apr. 1907— Oct. 1910; 1st ch., Wallingford, Oct. 1910—. 
B. D., N. T. I., 1906. 



PERCIVAL ROGERS BAKEMAN, b. Auburn, Me., Feb. 
18, 1882. B. U. 1903; N. T. I. 1903-06; ord. Chelsea, June 28, 
1906; miss. A. B. M. U., Hangchow, China, 1906—. B. D., 
N. T. I., 1906. 

HENRY SIDNEY BULLOCK, b. Lynn Township, Mich., 
Mar. 3, 1872. Kal. C. 1900; ord. St. Clair, Nov. 14, 1901; p. 
St. Clair, July 1901— July 1903; N. T. I. 1903-06; p. North 
Bellingham, Oct. 1903— June 1906; Gaylord, Mich., Dec. 
1906— Dec. 1908; Beulah ch., Detroit, Dec. 1908—; ad. 387 
Belvidere Ave., Detroit. 

FLOYD LE VERNE CARR, b. Alfred, N. Y., Jan. 24, 1880. 
B. U., B. Ph., 1901; Y. M. C. A. work, B. U., 1901-03; N.T.I. 
1903-06; ord. North Uxbridge, Oct. 19, 1906; p. North 
Uxbridge, June 1906 — Dec. 1910; Roslindale, Boston, Jan. 
1911—; ad. 44 Walter St., Roslindale, Boston. B. D., N. T. 
I., 1906. 



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WILLIAM JOHN CLARK, b. Albion, Neb., Jan. 5, 1877. 
Cal. C. 1903; N. T. I. 1903-06; ord. Madera, Cal., Oct. 14, 1906; 
miss. A. B. M. U., Maubin, Burma, Dec. 1906— May 1909; p. 
East Enosburg, Vt., and Free Bapt. ch., Enosburg Falls, Oct. 
1909—. B. D., N. T. I., 1906. 

ARTHUR VILROY DIMOCK, b. Halifax, N. S., Oct. 10, 
1873. Ac. U. 1901; N. T. I. 1903-06; ord. Winthrop, Oct. 
24, 1901; p. Winthrop, Oct. 1900— Feb. 1904; Istch., Dorches- 
ter, May 1904—; ad. 92 Templeton St., Dorchester. B. D., 
N. T. I., 1906. 

HARRY CLIFFORD LEACH, b. West Rockport, Me., Dec. 
5, 1879. B. U. 1902; N. T. I. 1902-04, 1905-06; p. Johnson, 
Vt., July 1904— Aug. 1905; ord. Calvary ch.. Providence, R. I., 
June 17, 1906; miss. A. B. M. U., Tavoy, Burma, Nov. 1906— 
Aug. 1908; Prome, Sept. 1908— Jan. 1909; p. Momingside ch., 
Pittsfield, Mass., June 1909—; ad. 24 Forest Place, Pittsfield. 
B. D., N. T. I., 1906. 

WILLIAM ARTHUR LEE, b. Leeds, Eng., July 1, 1876. 
U. Wis. 1902; N. T. I. 1903-06; ord. Madison, Wis., July 24, 
1906; p. 1st ch., Ann Arbor, Mich., Sept. 1906— June 11; w. c. 
Watertown, Mass., Oct. 1911— Feb. 1912; p. Pleasant St. ch., 
Worcester, Feb. 1912—; ad. 100 Chatham St., Worcester. 
B. D., N. T. I., 1906. 

LEON GROFF MILES, b. Allenwood, Pa., Feb. 27, 1877. 
F. C. 1903; N. T. I. 1903-06; ord. Peabody, Nov. 28, 1906; 
p. Peabody, Nov. 1906—. B. D., N. T. I., 1906. 

ALONZO EVERETT MURPHY, b. Chili, Ind., Nov. 22, 
1870. F. C. 1903; N. T. I. Nov. 1903-06; ord. Fall River, 
Nov. 20, 1906; p. Trinity ch.. Fall River, Sept. 1906— Dec. 
1909; Stoneham, Dec. 1909—. B. D., N. T. I., 1903. 

ARTHUR HARTSTEIN PAGE, b. Chapman, Neb., Sept. 
5, 1873. C. U. 1898; N. T. I. 1903-06; ord. Rockport, Me., 
June 18, 1906; miss. A. B. M. U., Swatow, China, Oct. 1906—. 
B. D., N. T. I., 1900. 

ERNEST THOxMAS POTTER, b. Berkshire, O., Sept. 30, 
1874. Ott. U. 1897; ord. Fairview, Kans., Oct. 29, 1902; p. 
Fairview, Nov. 1901— Sept. 1903; N. T. I. 1903-00; p. Wamego, 
Kans., Sept. 1906-11; St. Cloud.'Fla., 1911—. 

RALPH ATHERTON SHERWOOD, b. Sutton, Vt., Aug. 
4, 1880. B. U. 1903; N. T. I. 1903-06; ord. Cranston St. ch.. 
Providence, R. I., June 17, 1906; p. Somersworth, N. H., July 
1906— Mar. 1909; Keene, Mar. 1909—. B. D., N. T. I., 1906. 



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RALPH EWING STOREY, b. McMinnville, Ore., June 5, 
1872. McMimiviUe C. 1895; B. U. 1899; prof. Eng. Lit., 
McMinnville C, 1899-1902; grad. stud., H. U., 1902-03; N. T. I. 
1903-06; ord. Independence, Ore., Dec. 27, 1899; p. Harris- 
ville, R. I., June 1903— June 1904; North Oxford, Mass., June 
1904— June 1906; Holden, June 1906— Dec. 1907; Pendleton, 
Ore., Dec. 1907—. B. D., N. T. I., 1906. 

WILLARD STANLEY TEDFORD, b. Windsor, N. B., May 
6, 1875. Ac. U. 1903; N. T. I. 1903-06; ord. Brussel St. ch., 
St. John, N. B., July 12, 1906; miss. F. M. Bd. Mar. Prov., 
Bobbili, Madras Presidency, India, Sept. 1906 — ; ad. Rayagad- 
da, Vizagapatam Dist., India. 



Ernest Malone Harris, b. Norwood, N. C, Apr. 5, 1874. W. 
F. C. 1903; N. T. I. 1903-04; ord. Norwood, N. C, July 27, 
1903; asst. 1st ch., Waterbury, Conn., 1904-05; S. B. T. S. 
1905-08; p. Bloomfield, Ky., July 1907— July 1908; Woodlake, 
and Great Crossings, July 1908-11; Great Crossings, 1911-12; 
p. el. Marion, Va., Apr. 1912—. Th. M., S. B. T. S., 1908. 

Leslie Oran Loomer, b. Walton, Hants Co., N. S., Jan. 26, 
1878. Ac. U. 1903; N. T. I. 1903-04; p. Wittenberg, N. S., 
1904-05; R. T. S. 1905-07; not ord.; p. Lower Stewiacke, N. 
S., 1909-10; author. The PropM, 1911 ; ad. Falmouth, N. S. 

Lawrence Matthews Proctor, b. near Columbia, Mo., Oct. 25, 
1877. W. J. C. 1902; N. T. I. 1903— Nov. 1904; ord. Coleman, 
Mo., May 12, 1900; p. Coleman, Apr. 1900— Jan. 1903, and 
Lansing, Kans., May 1901 — Jime 1902, and Drexel, Mo., June 
1902— ^ept. 1903; Pleasant Valley, Jan.— Sept., 1903; 
Independence Ave. ch., Kansas City, Dec. 1904 — July 1909; 
Odessa, July 1909—. 18 

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F. F. Peterson, Class Secretary 

FREDERICK MANNING ARMSTRONG, b. Halifax, N. S., 
Apr. 1, 1881. McM. U. 1901; N. T. I. 1905-07; tea. Bib. Sch., 
Burma, Oct. 1909— Aug. 1910; ad. 215 Newbury St., Roslin- 
dale, Boston, Mass. 

ILSLEY BOONE, b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Mar. 5, 1879. B. U. 
1904; N. T. I. 1904-07, Turner fellow, 1907-09, instr. N. T. 
Gr., 1908-09; ord. Newton Centre, Jan. 10, 1909; author, series. 
The Conquering Christ, and ed. on Bible Stiidy Union Lessons, 
1909-10; ed. work on Missions, 1911—; ad. 146 Spring St., 
Watertown, Mass. B. D., N. T. I., 1907, S. T. M., 1910. 

ALONZO BEE CHRISTIE, b. Elkhom, Kv., Oct. 23, 1876. 
Ord. Salem ch., Culver, Kans., Apr. 27, 1902; p. Deerfield, Mo., 



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1902; Reading, Kans., Aug. 1903-04; Ott. U. 1904; N. T. I. 
1904-07; miss. S. B. C, Brazil, 1907—; ad. Nova Friburgo 
Brazil. B. D., N. T. I., 1907. 

CHARLES LEWIS FOWLER, b. Matthews, N. C, Nov. 17, 
1877. Ord. New Hope ch., Morgan's Mills, N. C, Dec. 15, 1899; 
p. Morgan's Mills, Oct. 1899 — jnne 1901; Unit}^ ch., vSimpson- 
ville, S. C, Jan. 1902— Sept. 1904; Furman U. 1904; N. T. I. 
1904-07; p. Georgetown, Nov. 1904— June 1907; Clinton, 
S. C, Sept. 1907 — June 1911; pres. Lexington Fern. C, Lexing- 
ton, Mo., July 1911 — ; author, Our Lord's Baptism, 1909; ed. 
and prop. The Gospel Forum, May 1908 — Jan. 1911. B. D., 
N. T. I., 1907. 

LEMUEL ELMER McMILLAN FREEMAN, b. Easley, S. 
C, June 4, 1879. Ord. Cross. Roads ch., Easley, June 14, 
1902; Furman U. 1904; N. T. L 1904-05, 1906-07; H. U. D. 
S. 1905-06; p. Hampton, S. C, June 1907— June 1908; U. 
Chic. June— Dec, 1908; S. B. T. S. 1909-10; prof. Bib. and 
Phil., Meredith C, Raleigh, N. C, 1910—; ad. 109 Bloodworth 
St., Raleigh. B. D., N. T. I., 1907; Th. D., S. B. T. S., 1919. 

WILLIAM DAVID GOBLE, b. Springfield, Mo., Sept. 17, 
1871. Ord. Weir City, Kans., Aug. 23, 1900; p. North Ottawa, 
Sept. 1899— July 1904; Ott. U. 1904; N. T. I. 1904-07; p. 
Hingham, 1904— Mar. 1907; Middleboro, Apr. 1907— Feb. 
1912; 1st ch., Fitchburg, Feb. 1912—. B. D., N. T. I., 1907. 

ARTHUR SILAS LEWIS, b. Parrsboro, N. S., Apr. 25, 1876. 
Ac. U. 1901; ord. Aylesford, N. S., July 12, 1901; p. Aylesford, 
Jan. 1901— June 1904; N. T. I. 1904-07; p. Stratford St. ch., 
Boston, Ang. 1904— June 1907; Bridgetown, N. S., July 1907— 
Apr. 1909; Zion ch., Yarmouth, May 1909—. B. D., N. T. I., 
1907. 

DONALD HECTOR MacQUARRIE, b. Malaga Watch, N. 
S., Mar. 9, 1860. Ac. U. 1891; ord. Wolfville, Nov. 27, 1889; 
p. Campbelltown, N. B., Dec. 1889— Sept. 1890; North Brook- 
field, N. S., June 1891— June 1893; North Sydney, July 1893— 
Sept. 1895; Port Maitland, Jan. 1890— Dec. 1898; Parrsboro, 
Jan. 1899— May 1903; Lockport, Sept. 1903— Sept. 1904; N. 
T. I. 1904-07; p. Belfast, Me., July 1907— Sept. 1908; N. T. I., 
post-grad., 1908-10; p. Newton Upper Falls, Mar. 1909— June 
1910; Canning, N. S., Jan. 1911—. B. D., N. T. I., 1907, S. 
T. M., 1909. 

CHARLES FRANCIS MIEIR, b. Oskaloosa, la.. May 26, 
1873. Ord. Burlington, Kans., July 23, 1903 ; p. Burlington, July 
1903— June 1904; Ott. U. 1904; N. T. I. 1904-07; p. Concordia, 
Kans., Oct. 1907— Nov. 1909; West vSide ch., Seattle, Wash., 



260 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1907 

Nov. 1909—; ad. 371G 39th Ave., S. W., Seattle. B. D N. 
T. I., 1907. 

WILLIAM ELMER MONBECK, b. New Columbia, Pa., 
July 19, 1873. S. B. T. S. 1896-97, 1898-99; ord. McFerran 
Mem. ch., Louisville, Ky., May 10, 1899; p. Liberty ch., 
Mitchell, Ind., 1st ch., Huron, and 1st ch., Campbellsburg, 
Feb. 1899— Nov. 1900; Blue Mound, Kans., Apr. 1901— Apr. 
1904; North Ottawa, July 1904— July 1906; Ott. U. 1906; 
N. T. I. 1906-07; p. Downs, Kans., July 1907— Mar. 1910; 
Palisades, Colo., Mar. 1910—. B. D., N. T. I., 1907. 

CHARLES ALBERT PARKER, b. Neponset, Mass., Mar. 
17, 1878. Bost. U. 1904; N. T. I. 1904-07; ord. Hampton 
Kails, N. H., June 13, 1907; p. Hampton Falls and Seabrook, 
Apr. 1907—. B. D., N. T. I., 1907. 

FERDINAND FRANCIS PETERSON, b. Clyde, Kans., 
May 7, 1876. Ord. Walnut, Feb. 12, 1900; p. Walnut, Feb. 
1900— Oct. 1902, and Girard, Feb.— Oct., 1902; Girard, Oct. 
1902— July 1904; Ott. U. 1904; N. T. I. 1904-07; p. Elm St. 
ehap., Everett, Oct. 1904— May 1907; 1st ch., Medford, June 
1907—. B. D., N. T. I., 1907. 

PERYL CLINTON REED, b. Mill Village, N. S., Jan. 1, 
1878. Ac. U. 1902; N. T. I. 1904-07; ord. Spencer, Oct. 15, 
1906; p. Spencer, Feb. 1906— June 1907 ; asst. p. Ashland Ave. 
eh., Toledo, O., Aug. 1907— May 1908; p. Bridgewater, N. S., 
June 1908—. B. D., N. T. I., 1907. 

NATHAN BRADFORD ROGERS, b. Windham Hill, N. S., 
Sept. 3, 1871. Ac. U. 1898; ord. Maugerville, N. B., Feb. 4 
1903; p. Maugerville, Sept. 1901— Sept. 1904; N. T. I. 1904-07 
p. Broadway chap., 1st ch., Fall River, June 1907 — June 1909, 
stud. Sch. Expr., Boston, Aug. 1909— Apr. 1910; Northeast 
Harbor, Me., June 1910—. 

ALBERT HAYES STANTON, b. Ekonk, Conn., Mar. 27, 
1878. B. U. 1904; N. T. I. 1904-05, 1906-07; U. Oxford, Eng., 
1905-06; ord. Yarmouth, Me., Nov. 13, 1907; p. Yarmouth, 
Oct. 1907-11; Natick, Mass., 1911—. B. D., N. T. I., 1907. 

CHARLES ALBERT WATERS, b. St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 16, 
1876. Mo. State U.; W. J. C; K. C. T. S. 1903-06; N. T. I. 
1906-07; ord. Ramsey, Mo., 1899; p. Canton 1899-1903; Man- 
ning, S. C, 1907—. B. D., N. T. I., 1907. 

ALLISON MASON WATTS, b. Tenants Harbor, Me., June 
1* 1878. Cy. C. 1903; tea. Craftsbury, Vt, 1903-04; N.T.I. 
1904-07; ord. West Brattleboro, Vt, Jan. 2, 1908; p. West 



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Brattleboro, Dec. 1907— June 1909; Johnson, July 1909—. 
Apr. 1911; North Haven, Me., May 1911—. B. D., N. T. L, 
1907. 



David Orval Hopkins, b. Llandybie, South Wales, Sept. 17, 
1875. Ord. Reading, Kans., Aug. 15, 1899; p. Reading, 1899- 
1900; Gardner, 1900-01; Ruhamah, 1901-04; Ott. U. 1904; 
N. T. I. 1904-05; K. C. T. S; 1905-06; R. T. S. 1906-07; p. 
Roodhouse, 111., 1907-09; Cambridge, 1909-11; Champaign, 
1911—. 

John Hector Palmer, b. Wilmot Valley, P! E. I., May 8, 1876. 
B. U. 1904; N. T. I. 1904-05; Hart. T. S. 1905-06; U. Chic, 
aut. 1907; ord. 1st ch., Providence, R. I., May 14, 1906; p. 
Elkhom, Wis., June 1906— Mar. 1908; Lonsdale, R. I., Mar, 
1908— Oct. 1910; fellow in Bib. Gr., U. Chic, Oct. 1910—. R 
D., U. Chic, 1911. 19 

1903 

R. H. Pratt, Class Secretary 

George Everett Tomkinson, b. Uxbridge, Ont., Oct. 1, 1883. 
McM. U. 1905; McM. U. D. S. 1904-07; N. T. I. 1907-08; 
ord. 1st ch., Lowell, June 12, 1907; asst. p. 1st ch., Lowell, 
May 1907— Feb. 1910; p. Southbridge, Feb. 1910—. B. Th., 
McM. U., 1907; B. D., N. T. I., 1908. 

ERNEST NEVILLE ARMSTRONG, b. Chicacole, India, 
Nov. 5, 1878. McM. U. 1900; N. T. I. 1900— Mar. 1901, 
1907-08; Bib. Tm. Sch., New York, N. Y., 1905-07; asst. miss. 
Rangoon, Burma, 1901-05; ord. Palmyra, Ont., May 18, 
1910; p. Palmyra, Sept. 1909— Oct. 1910; U. Chic. D. S. 1910—. 
B. D., U. Chic, 1911. 

JAMES PERCIVAL BERKELEY, b. Salt Lake City, Utah, 
Jan. 21, 1879. Mar. C. 1905; N. T. I. 1905-08, fellow, N. T., 
1908-09, instr. Bib. Depts., 1909—; ord. Bellingham, Sept. 29, 
1908; ad. 169 Cypress St., Newton Centre. B. D., N. T. I., 
1908. 

ALBERT McKENZIE BOGGS, b. Nellore, India, May 18, 
1883. Ac. U. 1903; R. T. S. 1904-05; S. B. T. S. 1905-07; N. 
T. I. 1907-08; ord. Clarendon St. ch., Boston, vSept. 16, 1908; 
miss. A. B. M. U., 1908 — , p. Eng. ch., Secunderabad, India, 
Feb. 1909—, Telugu ch.. Mar. 1910—; ad. 39 Oxford St., 
Secunderabad, Deccan, India, B. D., N. T. I., 1908. 

LEON JERMAIN BRACE, b. Dundee, N. Y., May 2, 1877, 
U. R. 1905; N. T. I. 1905-08; ord. Greenfield, Sept. 3, 
1908; p. Greenfield, July 1908—. B. D., N. T. I., 1908. " 



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BERTRAN CLYDE BUGBEE, b. Eastford, Conn., Nov. 6, 
1878. B. U. 1905; N. T. I. 1905-08; ord. Warrenville, Conn., 
Nov. 2, 1909; s. Princeton, Me., June — ^Nov., 1908; p. Warren- 
ville, Conn., Sept. 1909—. B. D., N. T. I., 1908. 

AUTHER FRANKLIN COLVER, b. Shellrock, la., July 31, 
1878. Des M. C. 1905; N. T. I. 1905-08; ord. Dillon, Mont, 
Sept. 11, 1908; p. Dillon, July 1908— Mar. 1911; Webster City, 
la., Apr. 1911—. B. D., N. T. I., 1908. 

EARLE WINTHRO? DARROW, b. Waterford, Conn., Oct. 
15, 1873. C. T. S. 1900-01; ord. Sterling, Conn., Dec. 15, 1901; 
p. Sterling, Oct. 1901— June 1906; N. T. I. 1906-08; p. Willing- 
ton, Conn., Dec. 1908—; ad. West Willington. B. D.,N.T.I., 
1908. 

WILLIAM GRAHAM EVERSON, b. Wooster, O., July 1, 
1878. 1st serg., Co. E, 158th Ind. Vol. inf., in Spanish war; 
F. C. 1903, phy. dir., 1897-1903; ord. Richmond, Ind., July 18, 
1901; p. Morgantown and Lewis Creek, 1901-03; 1st eh., 
Columbus, 1903-05; N. T. I. 1905-08; p. Glendale ch., Everett, 
1905-08; College Ave. ch., Indianapolis, Ind., 1908-11; 
Istch., Newport, Ky., 1911 — ; ad. 806 Monroe St., Newport. 
B. D., N. T. I., 1908. 

CAIUS ORRINGTON HOWXETT, b. Annandale, P. EL, 
Oct. 28, 1877. Ac. U. 1905; N. T. I. 1905-08; ord. Sydney 
Mines, C. B., Nov. 7, 1908; p. Sydney Mines, Sept. 1908—. B. 
D., N. T. I., 1908. 

JOHN STACY KEELY, b. Charleston, W. Va., May 8, 1875. 
W. Va. U. 1905; N. T. I. 1905-08; ord. Fayville, Feb. 18, 1909; 
p. Fayville, Feb. 1909— Apr. 1910; East Brookfield, May 
1910—. B. D., N. T. I., 190S. 

ELIAS CORDER MILLER, b. Higginsville, Mo., May 7, 
1870. W. J. C. 1902; ord. Fairville, Mo., Aug. 20, 1902; p. 
Fairville, June 1902— Sept. 1905; N. T. I. 1905-08; p. Newton 
Upper Falls, Oct. 1905— Mav 1907; Rowley, June 1907— June 
1908; North ch.. New Bedford, Oct. 1908-11; Attleboro, 1912—. 
B.|D., N. T. L, 1908. 

ROBERT HENT^Y PRATT, b. Portland, Me., July 8, 1882. 
U. Minn. 1905; N..T. I. 1905-08; ord. 1st ch., Minneapolis, 
Minn., Aug. 16, 1907; p. Hebron ch., St. Paul, Oct. 1908— 
June 1910; West Concord, Minn., Oct. 1910—. B. D., N. T. L, 
1908. 

WILLARD LESLIE PRATT, b. Parrsboro, N. S., Nov. 15, 
1878. B. U., B. Ph., 1905; N. T. I. 1905-03; ord. Brewer, 
Me., Sept. 22, 1903; p. Brewer, June 1908—. B. D., N. T. I., 
1908. 



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ARTHUR GEORGE ROBERTS, b. Radnor, 0., Mar. 31, 
1880. O. Wes. U. 1904; N. T. I. 1905-08; ord. Belfast, Me., 
Jan. 14, 1909; p. Belfast, Nov. 1908—; stud. Gen. T. S., New 
York, N. y., Oct. 1911—. B. D., N. T. I., 1908 

JOHN HARRISON THOMPSON, b. Iowa City, la., May 20, 
1884. B. U. 1905; N. T. I. 1905-08; ord. Holyoke, July 3, 
1908; p. Istch., Holyoke, Apr. 1908— May 1911; Ludlow, Vt., 
June 1911—. B. D., N. T. I., WOS. 

CASSIUS ALEXANDER WARD, b. Goodman, Miss., May 
7, 1877. Ord. Goodman, Dec. 17, 1897; p. Vaiden, 1898-99; 
Tullohoma, Tenn., 1900-01; Columbia, 1901-05; R. W. U. 
1905; N. T. I. 1905-08; p. Ebenezer eh., Boston, July 1908—; 
ad. 10 Marble St., Roxbury. B. D., N. T. I., 1908. 



Henry Allen Cook, b. Moline, 111., Mar. 12, 1883. U. Wis. 
1905; N. T. I. 1905— Nov. 1906; not ord.; prin. high sch. 
Fifield, Wis. 

Edward Howe Cotton, b. Boston, Mass., Nov. 21, 1881. Cy. 
C. 1905; N. T. I. 1905-07; U. T. S. 1907-08; ord. Provincetown, 
Mass., Mar. 30, 1909; rec. to Unit, min., Oct. 2, 1911; p. Unity 
Cong, ch., Dan vers, 1911 — . 

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R. E. WhiTTEmorE, Class Secretary 

IRA MILLARD BAIRD, b. Clementsvale, N. S., Dec. 18, 
1871. Ac. U. 1902; ord. Brookfield, N. S., Oct. 2, 1902; p. 
Brookfield, June 1902— June 1904; Moncton, N. B., June 1904:— 
Sept. 1906; N. T. I. 1906-09; p. Temple ch., Yarmouth, N. S., 
June 1909—. B. D., N. T. I., 1909. 

HARRIS MERRILL BARBOUR, b. Fall River, Mass., Sept. 

6, 1884. B. U. 1906; N. T. I. 1906-09; ord. Arlington Heights, 
June 14, 1909; p. Arlington Heights, June 1909-11; post-grad, 
stud., B. U., 1911—. B. D., N. T. I., 1909. 

CHARLES RAYMOND CHAPPELL, b. New London, Conn., 
Nov. 3, 1882. B. U. 1906; N. T. I. 1906-09; ord. Bath, Me., 
Mar. 30, 1910; p. Bath, Feb. 1910—. B. D., N. T. I., 1909. 

' CARL HERMAN LAGER, b. Sodermanland, Sweden, July 

7, 1878. Betelseminariet, 1902-05; U. Chic. 1905-OG; Ewing 
C. 1908; N. T. I. 1906-09, Turner fellow, O. T., 1909-11, res. 
Am. Sch., Oriental Research in Jerusalem, 1910-11; Colg. U., 
post-grad., 1911—; ord. New Bedford, Mass., June 28, 1909; 
p. Swedish ch., New Bedford, June— Nov., 1909. B. D., N. T. 
I., 1909. 



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WILLIAM JOHN RUTLEDGE, b. Castledeog, Tyrone, Ire., 

May 16, 1863. Ord. Mahone Bay, N. S., Apr. 11, 1892; p. 
Mahone Bay, 1892-94; Ac. U. 1896; p. Woodstock, N. B., Sept. 
1896— Apr. 1899; Goldboro, N. S., Apr. 1899— Apr. 1901; 
Port Maitland, Apr. 1901— Oct. 1906; N. T. I. 1906-09; p, 
Berwick, N. S., July 1909—. B. D., N. T. I., 1909. 

HORACE BLANCHARD SLOAT, b. Tracy's Mills, N. B., 
Oct. 30, 1873. Tea. pub. schs., 1893-95; Ac. U. 1899; ord. 
Marysville, N. B., Oct. 5, 1899; p. Marysville, June 1899 — 
Dec. 1900; Milton, N. S., Jan. 1901— Aug. 1906; N. T. I. 1906- 
09; p. New London, N. H., and instr. Bib. Lit., C. A., May 
1909— Feb. 1912; 1st ch., Waterbury, Conn., Mar. 1912—, 
B. D., N. T. I., 1909. 

FRANK AUBREY STARRATT, b. Paradise, N. S., Feb. 7, 
1865. Ac. U. 1892; U. Chic. 1892-93; ord. Grafton, N. Dak., 
May 17, 1893; p. Grafton, 1893-95; Pearsall, Tex., 1895- 
1901; Stoneham, Mass., 1903-09; N. T. 1. 1907-08; prof . Christ. 
Theol., Colg. T. S., 1909—; ad. Hamilton, N. Y. 

ROY EUGENE WHITTEMORE, b. Hyde Park, Mass., Mar. 
8, 1883. Bost. U. 1906; N. T. I. 1906-09; ord. Hyde Park, 
June 15, 1909; p. Hancock, Aug. 1909— Dec. 1911; Agawam, 
Dec. 1911—. B. D., N. T. I., 1909. 

JAMES CLEMENT WILSON, b. White Head, Grand Manan, 
N. B., Apr 27, 1879. U. N.,B. 1905; ord. Free Bapt. min., 
Tracy Station, Sept. 20, 1904; p. Gibson, Sept. 1903— Aug. 
1906; N. T. I. 1906-09; p. New Cross St. ch., Somerville, Apr. 
1907— Jan. 1909; Chelmsford St. ch., Lowell, Feb. 1909—; 
ad. 528 Chelmsford St., Lowell. B. D., N. T. I., 1909. 

JONAS PETER ZETTERVALL, b. Njurunda, Medelpad, 
Sweden, Oct. 2, 1880. Betelseminariet, 1902-05; U. Chic. 
1905-06; N. T. I. 1906-09; ord. Washington St. ch., Lynn, June 
29, 1908; p. Swedish ch., Lynn, June 1908— Oct. 1909; 1st 
Swedish ch., Worcester, Nov. 1909 — ; ad. 6 Harlow St., 
Worcester. B. D., N. T. I., 1909. 



George Ross Maurice Wells, b. Moose Jaw, Sask., June 16, 
1884. McM. U. 1906; N. T. I. 1906-08; H. U. 1908-09; ord. 
South Chelmsford, May 27, 1908; p. South Chelmsford, May 
1908— June 1909; Towson, Md., Oct. 1909— Oct. 1911; stud. 
J. H. U. 1909-11, asst., 1911-12; ad. Baltimore, Md. 

William Drtimmcnd Whan, b. Bell Ewart, Ont., Dec. 1. 188L 
McM. U. 1906; N. T. I. 1906— Dec. 1907; U. Chic. D. S. Jan. 
1908-09; ord. Aurora, 111., Feb. 1, 1910; p. Aurora, Feb. 1910—. 

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Howard Almcron Pease, b. Strykersville, N, Y., May 1, 1870. 
U. Buffalo, M. D., 1892; ord. Portageville, Nov. 22, 1893; p. 
Portageville, Aug. 1893— July 1896; Geneseo, Aug. 1896— 
June 1899; Perry, July 1899— June 1904; Waverley, Mass., 
Aug. 1904— Oct. 1905; Natick, Oct. 1905— Jan. 1911; H. U. D. 
S. 1904-08; N. T. I. 1909-10; p. Grace ch.. New York, N. Y., 
Feb. 1911— Feb. 1912; 1st Unit, ch., Wheeling, W. Va., Feb. 
1912—. S. T. B., H. U., 1908; S. T. M., N. T. I., 1910. 

Freeman John Scott, b. Tobo Township, Ont., June 13, 1874 
McM. U. 1899; ord. Moosomin, Assa., July 18, 1899; p. Mooso- 
min, 1899-1901; Boissevain, Man., 1901-03; Markham, Ont., 
1903-05; McM. U. D. S. 1903-05; p. Peterboro, Ont., 1905-07; 
Plymouth, Mass., July 1908— Oct.' 1911; N. T. I., post-grad., 
1909-10; in bus., Nov. 1911—; ad. 4 Winthrop St., Salem, 
Mass. B Th., McM. U., 1905; B. D., N. T. I., 1910. 

PHANUEL BISHOP COVELL, b. Rehoboth, Mass., Feb. 5, 

1881. B. U. 1907; N. T. I. 1907-10; ord. Nantucket, June 29, 
1910; p. 1st ch., Nantucket, Mar. 1910—. B. D., N. T. I.,. 
1910. 

■ EARLE BENNETT CROSS, b. Rangoon, Burma, Nov. 27^ 

1883. B. U. 1905, post-grad., 1905-06, 1907-08; N. T. T 
1906-07, 1908-10; ord. Cranston St. ch., Providence, R. L, 
June 16, 1910; p. Dover, N. H., June 1910—. B. D., N. T. I., 
1910; Ph. D., B. U., 1909. 

GEORGE HERBERT HOLT, b. Clay Centre, Kans., Oct. 
24, 1882. Ott. U. 1907; N. T. I. 1907-10; ord. Jamestown, 
R. I., June 21, 1910; p. Jamestown, June 1910 — Jan. 1912; 
Barre, Vt., Feb. 1912—. B. D., N. T. I., 1910. 

DANIEL CLARENCE HOLTOM, b. Jackson, Mich., July 7, 

1884. Kal. C. 1907; U. Chic. 1907; N. T. I. 1907-10; ord. 
Jackson, Mich., Sept. 2, 1910; miss. A. B. F. M. S., Tokyo, Japan, 
1910—; ad. 29 Sanaizaka Ichigava, Tokyo. B. D , N. T. I., 
1910. 

FARRAR STE^^ART KIKLEY, b. Cape Wolfe, P. E. I., 
Feb. 25, 1880. Ac. U. 1906; ord. Lower Granville, N. S., Jan, 
29, 1907; p. Lower Granville, July 1906— Aug. 1907; N. T. I. 
1907-10; p. Christ, ch., Ogunquit, Me., June 1910—. B. D., 
N.T. I., 1910. 

HERMANN GEORGE PATT, b. London, Eng., June 6, 

1882. Colg. U. 1900; tea. Alderson A., W. Va., 1906-07; N, 



266 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1911 

T. I. 1907-10; ord. Bereaii Temple ch., Dorchester, May 26, 
1910; p. Granville and Southw'.ck, May 1910—. B. D., N. T. 
I., 1910. 

JOHN SCOTT PENDLETON, b. Northport, Me., Mar. 6, 
1884. Ba. C. 1907; N. T. I. 1907-10; ord. Dudley St. ch., 
Boston, May 16, 1910; p. Bradford, N. H., Jan. 1910—. B. 
D., N. T. I., 1910. 

WALTER DOUGLAS SWAFFIELD, b. Harvey, N. B., Oct. 
6, 1884. B. U. 1906; N. T. I. 1907-10; ord. Istch., Lawrence, 
May 27, 1910; p. Danielson, Conn., June 1910—. B. D., N. 
T. L, 1910. 



CHARLES WESLEY ALLEN, b. Lockhartville, N. S., Jan. 
31, 1872. Hort. A. 2 yrs.; N. T. I., spec, stud., 1897-99, reg. 
course, 1908-10, omitted jun. O. T., rec. spec, cert.; ord. Newton 
Upper Falls, Apr. 27, 1899; p. Newton Upper Falls, Dec. 1898— 
June 1900; 3d ch., Middleboro, Sept. 1900— Aug. 1907; Rock- 
port, Sept. 1907— Oct. 1909; s. Milford, Nov. 1909— June 1910, 
p. June 1910—. 

John Bradford Pengelly, b. Brantford, Ont., May 12, 1880. 
McM. U. 1906; ord. Baker Hill, Dec. 18, 1906; p. Baker Hill 
and 2d ch., Markham, May 1906— Aug. 1907; N. T. I. Sept.— 
Dec, 1907; U. Chic. Jan. 1908— Dec. 1910; ord. Epis. dea., 
Chicago, 111., Dec. 19, 1909, pt., June 11, 1910; r. St. Edmund's 
ch., Chicago, Jan. 1909 — ; ad. 5627 Michigan Ave., Chicago. 
B. D., U. Chic, 1910. 

Basil Boise Wood, b. Beaver Dam, Wis., Dec. 26, 1881. B. U. 
1905; N. T. I. 1907— Mar. 1909; asst. lib. Berkshire Athenaeum; 
ad. Pittsfieid, Mass. 13 

1911 

W. H. Des Jardins, Class Secretary 

LEMUEL ERNEST ACKLAND, b. Hampshire, P. E. I., 
Feb. 15, 1881. Ac U. 1908; N. T. I. 1909-11; ord. Amherst, 
N. S., Dec 23, 1908; p. Bridgewater, Mass., Mar. 1911—. B. 
D., N. T. r., 1911. 

HERBERT SIMPSON BAGNALL, b. Hazel Grove, P. E. I., 
Dec. 3, 1880. Ac. U. 1908; ord. Lawrencetown, N. S., June 9, 
1908; p. Lawrencetown, June 1908— July 1909; N. T. I. 1909- 
11; p. Heath ch., Calgary, Alta., June 1911 — ; ad. 832 23d 
Ave. East, Calgary. B. D., N. T. L, 1911. 

OR VIE EUSTACE BAKER, b. Lowry City, Mo., Sept. 21, 
1871. S. W. B. C. 1895; tea. 1895-97; prof. Math., Pierce 



1911] STUDENTS 267 

City C, 189S-1900: pres. Hall-Moody Inst., Martin, Tenn., 
1900-02; Dickson Norm. C, 1902-04; ord McEwen, Tenn., 
Oct. 21, 1003; p. McEwen, Oct. 1903— Sept. 1904; Belmont ch., 
Nashvile, Sept. 1904— Dec. 190G; prin. State Sch. for Bind, 
Nashville, 1904-07; N. T. I. 1908-11; instr. Hist, and Lat., 
Columbia Mil. A., Columbia, Tenn., 1911—. B. D., N. T. I., 
1911. 

WILLIAM ELMER BLAKE, b. Haverhill, Mass., Aug. 14, 
1884. Colg. U. 1908; N. T. L 1908-11; ord. Istch., HaverhiU, 
May 31, 1911; p. Mendon, June 1910— Sept. 1911; Grafton, 
Oct. 1911— . B. D., N. T. I., 1911. 

HENRY ROSEBROOK BOYER, b. East FlorenceviUe, 
N. B., Aug. 13, 1878. U. N. B. 1904-08; ord. Waterloo St 
ch., St. John, Oct. 9, 1905; p. Gibson, Oct. 1906— Sept. 1908; 
N. T. I. 1908-11; p. 1st Free Bapt. ch., Cambridge, Nov. 1908— 
June 1911; Bapt. ch., FairviUe, N. B., June 1911—. B. D., 
N. T. I., 1911. 

CHARLES LaFOREST CHARIBERLAIN, b. Auburn, Me., 
Oct. 18, 1869. C. U. 1893-95; ord. Eastford, Conn., July 30, 
1902; p. Eastford and Westford, Apr. 1902— May 1904; Im. 
ch., Bridgeport, June 1904 — Oct. 1905; Hancock, Mass., Nov. 
1905— Oct. 1908; N. T. I. 1908-11; p. Bellingham, Nov. 
1908— Mar. 1911; Warner, N. H., Apr. 1911—. 

EDWARD FRANCIS CHANDLER, b. London, Eng., Dec. 
24, 1883. Mag. U. 1908; N. T. I. 1908-11; ord. Dighton, Apr. 
14, 1911; p. Ormond, Ont, June 1911—. B. D., N. T. I., 1911. 

EDWARD CARROLL CONDICT, b. Scranton, Pa., Apr. 1, 
1886. Bu. U.. Ph. B., 1908; N. T. I. 1908-11; ord. Trenton, N. 
J., June 12, 1911; miss. A. B. F. M. S., Burma, 1911 — ; ad. 
Box 100, Rangoon, Burma. B. D., N. T. I., 1911. 

WESLEY HERBERT DES JARDINS, b. Bad Axe, Mich., 
Aug. 4, 1878. Kal. C. 1908; N. T. I. 1908-11; ord. Holden, 
Nov. 28, 1911; p. Holden, Sept. 1911—. B. D., N. T. L, 1911. 

ERNEST WENTWORTH DOW, b. Campton, N. H., Apr. 
12, 1856. Colg. U. 1880-S3, A. B., 1909; prin. Un. Sch., 
Knoxboro, N. Y., 1884-86; pres. Pike C, BowHng Green, Mo., 
1886-91; vice-pres. Lexington Ladies C, 1891-92; pres. Mc- 
Cune C, Louisiana, Mo., 1892-94; ord. Louisiana, Feb. 28, 
1894; p. Troy, N. H., Mar. 1894— Nov. 1897; Cottage City, 
now Oak Bluffs, Mass., Nov. 1897— June 1899; pres. Pierce 
City C, Mo., July 1899— July 1903; S. W. B. C, July 1903— July 
1905; p. Osceola, 1904-06; Canton, Mass., 1906-09; Long 
Plain, and Perry Hill Christ, ch., 1909-11; N. T. L 1908-11; p. 



268 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1911 

Bapt. ch., West Medway, Oct. 1911—. B. D., N. T I 1911- 
Ph. D., McCune C, 1903. 

URL MORRIS FOX, b. Rochester, Mich., Nov. 11, 1876 
Kal. C. 1907; U. Chic. 1907; N. T. I. 1908-11; miss. A. B. F. 
M. S., Assam, 1911 — ; ad. Ukhul, Manipnr, Assam. 

MARINUS JAMES, b. Enschede, Holland, Feb. 8, 1879. 
Nautical A., Amsterdam, 1894-97; Y. M. C. A. Tm. Sch., 
Springfield, Mass., 1907-08; imm. sec. Y. M. C. A., sum. 1907; 
spec. agt. U. S. Imm. Cmn., sum. 1908; N. T. I. 1908-11; ord. 
Ist-Highland ch., Springfield, May 12, 1909; p. Berean Temple 
ch., Dorchester, Apr. 1910— Nov. 1911; asst. p. Brookline, 
Dec. 1911—; ad. 9 Washburn Terrace, Brookline. B. D. N. 
T. I., 1911. 

JONATHAN SNOW LEWIS, b. Boston, Mass., Nov. 14, 
1864. N. T. I. 1908-11; ord. Amherst, N. H., May 19, 1909; 
p. Amherst, May 1909—. B. D., N. T. I., 1911. 

MILES FRANKLIN McCUTCHEON, b. Cambridge, N. B., 
June 21, 1880. Ac. U. 1909; ord. Paradise, N. S., Aug. 18, 
1909; p. Paradise, July— Sept., 1909; N. T. I. 1909-11; p. 
Brussels St. ch., St. John, N. B., June— Sept., 1910, June 
1911—; ad. 173 Waterloo St., St. John. B. D., N. T. I., 1911. 

JOHN WILLIAM MILTON, b. Clinton, Mo., Feb. 24, 1876. 
Ord. Rosedale, Kans., June 16, 1902; p. Rosedale, 1901— May 
1903; asst. p. 1st ch.. Fort Worth, Tex., June— Oct., 1903; 
Whitney, 1904-05; Clifton, June— Sept., 1906; Morgan, May 
1907— Sept. 1908; Bay U., Ph. B., 1908; N. T. I. 1908-11; p. 
Hill Mem. ch., Boston, June 1909— June 1911; Cameron, 
Tex., June 1911—. B. D., N. T. I., 1911. 

HABAKKUK PERRY, b. Monroe, N. C, Feb. 19, 1882. 
Biddle U. 1908; N. T. I. 1908-11; ord. Monroe, N. C, July 2, 
1911; p. Helena, Mont., July 1911— Jan. 1912; ad. 1406 East 
10th St., Kansas City, Mo. B. D., N. T. I., 1911. 

ROBERT SANBORN PINKHAM, b. Wollaston, Mass., 
Apr. 10, 1883. B. U., Ph. B., 1908; N. T. I. 1908-11; ord. 
Gardiner, Me., Nov. 23, 1911; p. Gardiner, Nov. 1911—. B. 
D., N. T. I., 1911. 

LYMAN ROLLINS, b. Concord, N. H., Apr. 21, 1881. Ba. 
C. and C. D. S. 1906-08; ord. Free Bapt. min.. Concord, N. H., 
Nov. 12, 1909; p. Gray, Me., Sept. 1909— Sept. 1910; N. T. I. 
1910-11; entered Epis. min., June 1911; cur. St. John's ch., 
Charlestown, Oct. 1911—. B. D., N. T. I., 1911. 

LORAN FREDERICK SANFORD, b. Newport, N. S., Feb. 
27, 1875. Gordon Miss. Tm. Sch.; Bost. U. Sch. of Law; ord. 



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Disciple min., Everett, July 9, 1905; p. Providence, R. I., Oct. 
1905— Mar. 1907; Brockton, Mass., Mar. 1907—. N. T. I. 
1908-11; ad. 31 West Elm St., Brockton. 

RALPH ANGELO STONE, b. Ferrisburgh, Vt., Apr. 15, 
1881. U. V. M. 1901-02; N. T. I. 1908-11; ord. Norwood, Oct. 
2, 1911; p. Norwood, Oct. 1911—. B. D., N. T. I., 1911. 

WILLIAM VIRGIL SWEETLAND, b. Palmyra, Me., Aug. 
16,1883. Ba. C. 1908; N.T.I. 1909-11; ord. Free Bapt. 
min.. Auburn, R. I., June 11, 1911; p. Jackson, N. H., 
June 1911—. 

ALBERT CLARK THOMAS, b. Henzada, Burma, May 2, 
1886. B. U. 1908; N. T. I. 1908-11; educ. din, 1st ch., Provi- 
dence, R. I., Apr. 1911 — ; ad. 157 Williams St., Providence. 
B.D., N.T. I., 1911. 

GEORGE LORING THURLOW, b. Lynn, Mass., May 25, 
1886. Colg. U. 1908; N. T. I. 1908-11; ord. North Scituate, 
Oct. 31, 1911; p. North Scituate, Sept. 1911—. B. D., N. T. I., 
1911. 

WALTER EDGAR WOODBURY, b. Nashua, N. H., May 
7, 1886. B. U. 1906, post-grad., 1900-08; N. T. I. 1908-11; 
ord. Nashua, N. H., May 26, 1911; p. Bristol, Conn., June 
1911—; ad. 15 Church St., Bristol. B. D., N. T. I., 1911. 



*EIwin Hibbert Dimock, b. South Rawdon, N. S., Mar. 7, 
1875. Gordon Miss. Tm. Sch.; N. T. I. 1908— May 1910; 
Colg. U. 1910-11; d. Hamilton, N. Y., Apr. 6, 1911. 

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W. C. Sampson, Class Secretary 

Charles Buckley Tenny, b. Hilton, N. Y., Sept. 10, 1871. 
U. R. 1897; R. T. S. 1897-1900; ord. 2d ch., Rochester, Sept. 
18, 1900; miss. A. B. M. U., Kobe, Japan, 1900-05; Kyoto, 
1905-08; prof. N. T., Yokohama Bapt. T. S., 1908-10; Or. 
Lang, and Exeg., Japan Bapt. T. S., Tokyo, 1910—; N. T. I.„ 
Turner fellow, N. T., 1911-12; ad. Newton Centre, or 45 
Hisaka Cho, Koishikawa, Tokyo, Japan. 



George Frederick Bolster, b. Fredericton, N. B., Jan. 13, 1882. 
Ba. C. 1909; N. T. I. 1909—; ord. Gibson, N. B., July 15, 1909; 
p. Free Bapt. ch.. East Somerville, Mass., Sept. 1909 — May 
1911; Bapt. ch.. South Medford, June 1911—. 

Clifford Todd Clark, b. St. John West, N. B., Nov. 21, 1887. 
U. N. B. 1909; ord. Gibson, July 15, 1909; N. T. I. 1909—. 



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Edmund Hillyer Cochrane, b. Petitcodiac, N. B., June 10, 
1878. U. N. B. 1906; ord. Free Bapt. min., Tracy Station, 
Sept. 20, 1904; p. Bapt. ch., Frederickton Junction, Oct. 
1905— May 1908; Lutz Mountain, May 1908— Aug. 1909; 
N. T. I. 1909—. 

Ernest Luther Converse, b. Amherst, N. H., Aug. 20, 1883. 
N. H. C, E. S., 1906; tea. Va. Inst., Bristol, Va., 1906-09; N. 
T. I. 1909—. 

Ralph Bertram Davis, b. Lawrence, Mass., Oct. 11, 1886. 
Cy. C. 1909; N. T. I. 1909—. 

John Addison Foote, b. Asherville, Kans.,Mar. 5, 1884. B. 
U. 1909; N. T. I. 1909—; appointed miss. A. B. F. M. S., 
Japan, 191 2—. 

Percy Raymond Hayden, b. Jordan Falls, N. S., June 13, 
1887. Ac. U. 1908; N. T. I. 1909—. 

George Coleman Foster Keirstead, b. McKnight's Corner, 
N. B., Sept. 5, 1887. Ac. U. 1910; N. T. I. 1910—; ord. 
Victoria St. ch., St. John, N. B., Sept. 4, 1911. 

Frank Leslie Orchard, b. Jemseg, N. B., Sept. 25, 1887. U. 
N. B. 1909; ord. Gibson, July 15, 1909; N. T. I. 1909—. 

Charles Scroggin Pierce, b. Tyler, Tex., May 16, 1882. Ord. 
Brownwood, Apr. 13, 1905; asst. p. Brownwood, Nov. 1904 — 
Apr. 1905; p. Richland Springs, Apr. 1905— June 1906; 
Howard Payne C. 1907; Bay. U. 1909; N. T. I. 1909—. 

Amos Allan Ridcout, b. Upper Brighton, N. B., Mar. 12, 1876. 
Ord. Free Bapt. min., Marysville, Oct. 9, 1901; p. Marysville, 
Oct. 1900— Sept. 1903; C. D. S. 1903-04; p. Pine St. ch., 
Lewiston, Me., Sept. 1903— Oct. 1904; George St. ch., Frederic- 
ton, N. B., Oct. 1904— Sept. 1910; N. T. I. 1910—; p. Blaney 
Mem. Bapt. ch., Dorchester, Sept. 1910 — . 

Frank Connors Rideout, b. Middle Simonds, N. B., Dec. 14, 
1880. Ord. Newport, N. S., Sept. 12, 1907; p. Newport, Sept. 
1907— Dec. 1908; Ac. U. 1909; N. T. I. 1909—; s. s. Blaney 
Mem. ch., Dorchester. Nov. 1909— May 1910; p. Newton 
Upper Falls, Sept. 1910— Jan. 1912. 

Charles Riseborough, b. Hempstead, Norfolk, Eng., Dec. 18, 
1863. Manchester Bapt. C. 1894; ord. York Road ch., Leeds, 
Sept. 17, 1894; p. York Road ch., Leeds, Sept. 1894— Sept. 
1898; Manchester Bapt. C. miss., 1899-1904; ev. work, 1904- 
09; p. Lunenburg, N. S., 1909-11; N. T. I. 1911—; author, 
Apologetic Reasons for Leaving the Episcopal Church, \^0^. 



1912] STUDENTS 271 

Francis Howard Rose, b. Norwich Town, Com]., Mar. 30^ 
1884. Cy. C. 1909; N. T. 1. 1909—. 

Owen Evans Rutledge, b. Kintore, Ont., Feb. 21, 1881. 
McM. U. 1909, McM. U. D. S. 1909-10; ord. Button, Jan. 6, 
1911; p. Button, Oct. 1910— Aug. 1911; N. T. I. 1911—. 

"Wallace Crooker Sampson, b. Fitchbiu-g, Mass., Jan. 15, 
1887. Ransom Inst. 1906-09; N. T. I. 1909—. 

Frank Montague Swaffield, b. St. John, N. B., May 18, 1887. 
Peddie Inst., N. J., 1905; Packard C, N. Y., 1905-06; in bus., 
1906-09; N.T.I. 1909— . 

Gordon Chester "Warren, b. North River, P. E. L, Nov. 5, 

1884. Ac. U. 1910; N. T. I. 1910—; ord. North River, P. E. I., 
July 2, 1911; p. New Boston, N. H., July 1911—. 

Howard Clarkson "Whitcomb, b. Rushville, Ind., May 10, 

1885. F. C. 1909; N. T. I. 1909—; ord. Franklin, Ind., Aug. 
2, 1910; p. Somersworth, N. H., Sept. 1910—. 

Theodore Volney "Witter, b. Kohima, Assam, Dec. 5, 1885. 
Colg. U. 1908; tea. Vt. A., 1908-09; H. U. D. S. 1909-11; N. 
T. I. 1911—; appointed miss. A. B. F. M. S., India, 1912—. 



"Wallace Bassett, b. Middle Grove, Mo., Dec. 31, 1884. La 
Gr. C. 1909; ord. La Grange, June 14, 1905; p. Lancaster, Jtme 
1906— June 1907; Perry, June 1907-^ept. 1909; N. T. I. 
1909-10; p. "West Bridgewater, Dec. 1909— Oct. 1910; Sulphur 
Springs, Tex., Nov. 1910—. 

Harold Bellows Drew, b. South Killingly, Conn., July 15, 
1886. Ord. Adv. Christ, ch., Morrisville, Vt., Oct. 10, 1907; 
p. Woonsocket, R. I., Aug. 1907-09; N. T. I. 1908— Dec. 1909, 
1910-11; rec. to Bapt. min. by coun., Littleton, Oct. 12, 1909; 
p. Littleton, June 1909-11 ; imm. sec. Y. M. C. A., New Bedford, 
June 1911—; ad. 147 William St., New Bedford. 

John Hayes Geldart, b. Elgin, N. B., Apr. 12, 1883. Ac. U. 
1908; chapl. Vt. state prison, V/indsor, Vt., 1908-09; N. T. I. 
1909— Dec. 1910; asst. sec. Intern. Y. M. C. A., Shanghai, 
China, Jan. 1911—. 

Adrian Theodore June, b. Brandon, Vt., Oct. 11, 1876. 
Nyack Bib. Inst., Nyack, N. Y., 1899-1902; ord. Un.ch., Etna, 
N. J., Oct. 8, 1901; p. Bethany Cong, ch.. South Portland, Me., 
May 1902— Jan. 1905; Un. Christ, ch., Everett, Mass., Jan. 
1905—; N. T. I., spec, stud., 1909—. 

Rtjfos Keyser, b. Percival, Fremont Co., la., Nov. 28, 1879. 
W. J. C. 1902-03; Ott. U. 1903-05; Kans. U. 1905-06; U. Neb. 



272 THE NEWTON THEOLOaiCAL INSTITUTION [1913 

1908-09; ord. Union, Neb., Jan. 6, 1904; p. Perry, Kans., 
1905-06; Palmyra, Neb., Mar. 1906— Sept. 1909; N. T. I. 
1909— Nov. 1910; p. Reedley, Cal, Dec. 1910—. 

Peter Morrison McKay, b. Aberdeen, Scot., Nov. 17, 1871. 
Kal. C, prep, dept., 1894-97; Moody Bib. Inst.; ord. RoUin, 
Mich., Aug. 24, 1897, p. Aurelius, May 1900— Apr. 1904; 
Chelsea, May 1904— Apr. 1906; Manistee, May 1906— Sept. 
1909; N. T. I. 1909—; p. Fayville, Mass., May 1910—. 

Sidney Small Paine, b. Roxbury, Mass., Feb. 26, 1887. B. 
U., Ph. B., 1908; N. T. I. 1909-10; U. Chic. D. S. 1910-11; in 
bus., New Bedford, Mass., 1911 — ; ad. Fair Haven, Mass. 

Walter Steadman Smith, b. Bear River, N. S., Oct. 21, 1881. 
Ac. U. 1909; ord. Hampton, Nov. 2, 1909; p. Port Lome and 
Hampton, Nov. 1909— Sept. 1910; N. T. I. 1910-11; p. Kempt- 
ville, N. S., Sept. 1911—. 

29 
I9I3 

E. L. Jones, Class Secretary 

Thomas Jefferson Gate, b. Sanbomton, N. H., Mar. 22, 1884. 
Ba. C. 1908; p. Chester, N. H., Nov. 1908—; N. T. I. 1910—. 

Leonard Harris Crandall, b. Elgin, N. B., Apr. 2, 1873. Ac. 
U. 1904; ord. Scotch Village, N. S., Mar. 28, 1901; p. Newport 
ch., Scotch Village, Sept. 1900— Sept. 1902; s. Walton, Jan. 
1903— June 1904; p. River Glade and Forest Glen, June 1904— 
June 1905; River Hebert, June 1905— Apr. 1909; Oxford, 
May 1909— May 1911; N. T. I. 1911—. 

Allan David Creelman, b. Thompsonville, Conn., Dec. 9, 
1885. B. U. 1910; N. T. I. 1910—. 

John Newton Garst, b. New Market, Tenn., June 23, 1884. 
C. N. C. 1909; ord. Flat Gap ch., New Market, Apr. 23, 1908; 
p. Cedar Creek ch., Russellville, Apr. 1908— Sept. 1910; New 
Salem ch., Limestone, Apr. 190S— Mar. 1909; White Pine, Apr. 
1908— Sept. 1910, and Persia, May 1908— Dec. 1910, and Bluff 
City, Feb. 1909— Sept. 1910; N. T. I. 1910—; p. Thompson, 
Conn., Jan. 1911—. 

Frank Bradley Haggard, b. Kearney, Mo., Nov. 12, 1879. 
W. J. C. 1909; S. B. T. S. 1909-10; ord. 2d ch., Liberty, Mo., 
June 2, 1909; p. Eureka, Kans., Mar.-^ept., 1910; N. T. I. 
1910—; p. Sterling, Dec. 1909—. 

Jesse Baell Jenkins, b. Monticello, Mo., Apr. 29, 18S4. La 
Gr. C. 1909; ord. Monticello, Mo., June 4, 1910; N. T. I. 1910—. 



1913] STUDENTS 273 

Ernest Leslie Jones, b. Dayton, O., Apr. 13, 1886. Palmer 
U. 1904-05; Un. Christ. C. 1905-06; N. T. I. 1910—. 

Samttel Lindsay, b. Prestvvick, Scot., Sept. 3, 18S7. Ayr A.; 
ev., 1907-09; asst. p. Euclid Ave. ch., Cleveland, O., 1910-11; 
N. T. I. 1909-10, 1911—. 

John Moore Maxwell, b. Coleraine, Co. Derry, Ire., Nov. 25, 
1877. Cy. C. 1910; N. T. I. 1910—. 

Charles Francis Potter, b. Marlboro, Mass., Oct. 28, 1885. 
Bu. U. 1907; N. T. I. 1907-08; 1911—; ord. Dover, N. H., 
June 19, 1908; p. Dover, Mar. 1908— May 1910; Mattapan, 
Mass., May 1910—. 

Hans Herbert Rohrbach, b. Berlin, Germany, Jan. 5, 1887. 
Sidcup C, Kent, Eng., 1900-08; N. T.J. 1910—. 

William Oscar Roten, b. Trade, Johnson Co., Tenn., Feb. 3, 
1883. C. N. C. 1910; N. T. I. 1910—. 

William Henry Stallings, b. Alhambra, 111., July 2, 1886. 
S. C. 1908, post-grad., 1909-10; U. 111., post-grad., 1910-11; 
N. T. I. 1908-09, 1911—. 

John Aldoroos Tidd, b. Hodgdon, Me., July 13, 1879. Cy. C. 
1910; N. T. I. 1910—. 

Clifton Henry Walcott, b. Hudson, Mass., Feb. 26, 1882. 
B. U. 1910; N. T. I. 1910—; ord. Ashland, Oct. 17, 1911; p. 
Ashland, Sept. 1910—. 

Clarence Lincoln Wheaton, b. St. John, N. B., Mar. 23, 1885. 
Ba. C. 1908; t tea. Nyack, N. Y., 1908-09; ord. Free Bapt. min., 
Boothbay, Me., June 9, 1910; p. Boothbay, 1909— Sept. 1910; 
N. T. I. 1910—. 

Hubert Arthur Wright, b. Kirkwood, Mo., Oct. 28, 1887. 
U. Mich. 1910; N. T. I. 1910—. 



Gaiws Humphrey Barrett, b. West Dummerston, Vt., July 
5, 1880. B. U., Ph. B., 1910; N. T. I. 1910-11; tea. Bib., 
Mt. HermonSch., 1911 — ; ad. Mt. Hermon, Mass. 

Gustav George Carlson, b. Kristinehamn, Sweden, June 13, 
1883. U. Chic, Swedish T. S., 1908-10; N. T. I. 1910—. 

Arthur Hunt Chute, b. Stillman Valley, 111., Apr. 19, 1889. 
Ac. U. 1910; N. T. I. 1910-11; asst. p. Madison Ave. ch., New 
York, N. Y., Sept. 1911—. 

Warren Clifford Johnson, b. Foxboro, Mass., Oct. 28, 1888. 
B. U. 1910; N. T. I. 1910-11; Rhodes Scholar, Oxford U., Eng., 
1911 — ; ad. New College, Oxford, Eng. 



274 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION [1914 

William Henry Roberts, Jr., b. Rangoon, Burma, Aug. 10, 
1888. U. R. 1910; N. T. I., spec, stud., 1910-11; asst. miss., 
Bhamo, Burma, 1911 — . 

Elbert Jesse Smith, b. Worcester, Mass., Dec. 6, 1884. Tu. C. 
1907— Feb. 1909; N. T. I. 1910-11; R. T. S. 1911—. 

William Smith, b. Grandy, Isanti Co., Minn., Aug. 15, 1883. 
Grand Island C, Neb., 1907; tea. pub. schs.. Maxwell, 
1907-08; Bethel A., St. Paul, Minn., 1908-10; N. T. I. 1910-11; 
U. Chic. D. S. sum. quarters, 1908 and 1909, Sept. 1911—; ad. 
1005 East 60th St., Chicago, 111. 

Harlan True Stetson, b. East Haverhill, Mass., June 28, 1885. 
B. U., Ph. B., 1908; D. C, post-grad., 1908-10; N. T. I. 1910- 
11; instr. Phy., D. C, 1911—. 

Paul Weber, b. Reinach Argau, Switzerland, Aug. 28, 1884. 
W. J. C. 1909; ord. Euclid Ave. ch., St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 17, 
1906; p. Valley Mem. ch., Kansas City, 1907-08; Linneus, 
1908-09; N. T. I. 1910-11; p. Three Rivers, July 1911— Jan. 
1912; St. Charles, Mo., Feb. 1912—. 

Floyd C. Wilcox, b. Mason, Mich., Mar. 17, 1886. Kal. C. 
1910; N. T. I. 1910-11; U. T. S. 1911—; 

Percival Ford Wolfenden, b. Melbourne, Australia, Nov. 9, 
1880. U. Mich., Law Sch., 1899— Apr. 1901, 1902-03; N. T. I., 
spec, stud., expects to enter reg. course, Oct, 1910 — . 

28 

1914 

I. HiGGiNBOTHAM, Class Secretary 

Archibald Guinness Adams, b. Ningpo, China,*July 25, 1887. 
D. U. 1911; N.T.I. 1911—. 

Chester James Armstrong, b. Hampden Highlands, Me., 
Jan. 20, 1886. Hampden A. ; N. T. I. 1911—. 

George Theodore Baker, b. Anderson, S. C, May 19, 1875. 
Furman U. 1891-93; ord. Hopewell ch., Anderson, Apr. 11, 
1903; p. Anderson Co., 1903-04; Palmetto, Fla., 1904-05; 
Ralls and Pike Cos., Mo., 1906— Oct. 1910; East St. Louis, Oct. 
1910— Sept. 1911; N. T. I. Oct. 191 1—. 

Herbert Frederick Cawthome, b. Spencer, Mass., Nov. 16, 
1886. B. U. 1911; N. T. I. 1911—. 

Arthur Chessman Clark, b. South Framingham, Mass., Mar. 
22, 1879. B. U. 1907-11; N. T. I. 1911—. 



1914] STUDENTS 275 

Robert Martin DeVauIt, b. Jonesboro, Tenn., Nov. 1, 1886. 
C. N. C. 1910; prin. high sch., Conkling, 1910-11; N. T. I. 
1911—. 

Clarence Morrison Fogg, b. Nashua, N. H., Jan. 11, 1886. 
Cy. C. 1909-11; N. T. I. 1911—. 

Warren Clifford Goodwin, b. Revere, Mass., Aug. 19, 1884. 
B. U. 1905-06, 1907-08; Cy. C. 1908— Feb. 1910; tea., Grafton, 
N. H., 1910-11; N.T.I. 1911—. 

Isaac Higginbotham, b. Stockport, Eng., July 13, 1885. 
Cy. C. 1911; N.T.I. 1911—. 

Herbert Ettgene Levoy, b. lyowville, N. Y., Sept. 21, 1890. 
U. R. 1909-10; Gordon Sch., N. T. I., 1910-11; N..T. I. 1911—. 

Herbert Collins Long, b. Denver, Colo., Aug. 14, 1887. W. 
J. C. 1910; B. U. 1910-11; N. T. I. Oct. 1911—. 

George Sayres Miller, b. Rahway, N. J., Feb. 23, 1887. 
Colg. U. 1911; N.T.I. 1911—. 

Harvey John Moore, b. Rose Hill, la., Feb. 22, 1883. Ord. 
Woodward, Sept. 5, 1907; p. Woodward, 1907— Sept. 1908; 
Atlantic, Nov. 1908— Feb. 1910; Perry, Feb. 1910— July 1911; 
Des M. C. 1911; N. T. I. 1911—; p. 1st ch., Dedham, Sept. 
1911—. 

'"' Guy Linwood Vannah, b. Mount Vernon, Me., Sept. 5, 1887. 
Boston Bib. Sch. and Ransom Inst., 1909-11 ; N. T. I. 1911—. 

Herbert Rollins "Whitelock, b. Whitinsville, Mass., Apr. 17, 
1885. Gordon Sch., N. T. I., 1910-11; ord. Tremont Temple 
ch., Boston, June 2, 1911; N. T. I. 1911—. 



Roy B. Bowers, b. EHzabethton, Tenn., Aug. 30, 1888. C. 
N. C. 1910; ord. Watango Valley, Sept. 1, 1907; p. Hampton, 
1907; Three Springs, 1908-10; Russell ville, 1910-11; N.T.I. 
Nov. 1911—, expects to join reg. class. 

Chester Jay Underhill, b. Winchester, Mass., Jime 15, 1885. 
W. J. C. 1911; N. T. I. 1911—, expects to join reg. class. 

17 



Summary of Students by Classes 



Note, — In the classes before 19 H the sign + is immediately followed by the 
number of students whose Biblical'studies were limited to the English version. From 
1868 to 1899 a special course was provided for these men. 





Gradu 


Class 


ated 


1826... 


. 2 . 


1828... 


. 1 . 


1829... 


. 4 . 


1830... 


. 4 . 


1831 . . . 


. 4 . 


1832... 


. 5 . 


1833... 


. 11 . 


1834... 


. 10 . 


1835... 


. 13 . 


1836... 


. 16 . 


1837... 


. 12 . 


1838... 


. 10 . 


1839... 


. 10 . 


1840... 


. 12 . 


1841... 


. 7 . 


1842... 


. 12 . 


1843... 


. 6 . 


1844... 


. 11 . 


1845... 


. 11 . 


1846... 


7 . 


1847... 


. 7 . 


1848... 


. 5 . 


1849... 


. 8 . 


1850... 


. 13 . 


1851 . . . 


. 9 . 


1852... 


. 6 . 


1853... 


. 12 . 


1854... 


. 4 . 


1855... 


. 8 . 


1856... 


. 6 . 


1857... 


. 7 . 


1858... 


. 9 . 


1859... 


. 3 . 


1860... 


. 5 . 


1861 . . . 


. 11 . 


1862... 


. 6 . 


1863... 


. 11 . 


1864... 


. 6 . 


1865... 


. 8 . 


1866... 


. 8 . 


1867... 


. 12 . 


1868... 


. 16'. 


1869... 


. 18 . 


J870. . . 


. 17 . 



Matricu- 
lated 

2 

4 

7+1 
8 

8+1 

6+1 
13 + 1 

17 

15 

23 

16 

12 
12+2 

19 



Dead 
. 2 
. 4 



9 
7 
14 
17 
15 
23 
16 
12 
14 
19 



13+3 16 

22+1 23 

15 15 

11 11 

15 + 1 15 

11+4 14 



13 + 1 
8+2 
13 
17 
13 
15 
17 

8 
11 
6 + 1 

9 



. 14 

. 10 

. 13 

. 17 

. 11 

. 15 

. 16 

. 7 

. 9 

. 7 

. 9 

18+3 15 



9+4 

10 
20+1 
12+1 

16 
9 

11 

12 
18+1 

21 



6 

7 

14 

9 

7 

5 

5 

6 

10 

11 



20+2 10 

18+2 14 



Class 

1871. 

1872. 
1873. 
1874. 
1875. 
1876. 
1877. 
1878. 
1879. 
1880. 
1881. 
1882. 
1883. 
1884. 
1885. 
1886. 
1887. 
1888. 
1889. 
1890. 
1891. 
1892. 
1893. 
1894. 
1895. 
1896. 
1897. 
1898. 
1899. 
1900. 
1901. 
1902. 
1903. 
1904. 
1905. 
1906. 
1907. 
1908. 
1909. 
1910. 
1911. 
1912. 
1913. 
1914. 



Gradu- 
ated 

7+1 
13+3 

17 
23+3 
24+1 
14+4 
13+3 

18 
17 + 1 

15 
20+5 

14 
17+2 

13 
13 + 1 
11+3 
16+5 
6 + 5 
16+3 
14+1 
11+6 
13+5 
22 + 12 
11+9 
10+10 
18+4 
14+8 
15+6 
15+2 

16 

22 

18 

15 

14 

16 

14 

17 

16 

10 
9 

24 



Matriculated, as above 

Non-matriculated undergraduates . 

Whole number of students 

Dead , 

Living 



Matricu- 
lated Dead 


8+1 . 


. 7 


16+3 . 


. 8 


18 . 


. 6 


25+6 . 


. 10 


32+1 . 


. 6 


17+6 . 


, 5 


23+4 . 


. 9 


22+4 . 


. 11 


22+1 . 


. 7 


19+1 . 


. 5 


32+6 . 


. 13 


16+2 . 


. 3 


26+3 . 


. 4 


17+3 . 


. 2 


18+3 . 


. 7 


18+3 . 


. 5 


20+7 . 


. 4 


11+6 . 


. 3 


27+6 . 


. 2 


19+1 . 


. 6 


20+6 . 


.. 1 


17+7 . 


. 5 


24+12 . 


. 3 


20+10 . 


. 1 


15+12 . 


. 


20+4 . 


. 


21+9 . 


. 2 


20+7 .. 


. 4 


27+4 . 


. 2 


21 


. 


25 . 


. 1 


19 


. 1 


23 


. 


17 


. 


24 . 


. 1 


18 


. 


19 


. 


19 


. 


12 


. 


13 . 


. 


25 . 


. 1 


28 . 


. 


26 . 


. 


15 . 


. 



1638 
5 



,1643 
. 654 
. 989 



Summary by Denominations 



Protestaut Episcopal 20 

Unitarian 13 

Miscellaneous and Unknown.. . 14 



Baptist 1562 

Congregationalist 26 

Methodist 4 

Presbyterian 4 

Summary by Occupations 

This table is intended to show the occupations in which Newton men 
have rendered their main life service. It gives no adequate statement 
of the number who may at some time have engaged in a particular occupa- 
tion. Thus many of the men enumerated as pastors have served as mission- 
aries, college presidents, secretaries of denominational societies, and in 
other work; while a large majority of tlie men credited to other occupa- 
tions have given some portion of their lives to the pastorate. 

Business 63 I Colleges and Theological 

Died before completing studies. 23 Seminaries 78 

Editors and Literary Workers. 19 Pursuing post-graduate study. 2 

Secretaries or Agents of De- 
nominational or Philan- 
thropic Societies 14 

Students of 1911-12 65 

Teachers 60 

Miscellaneous 52 



Evangelists 7 

Farmers 11 

Lawyers 8 

Missionaries, home and foreign . 126 

Pastors 1109 

Physicians 6 

Presidents and Professors in 



Summary by Colleges 



Students at Ne\vton have attended 113 institutions of collegiate or 
equivalent grade. The following table gives the names of the institutions 
fi om which five or more students have come. 



Amherst College 36 

Acadia College 99, and Uni- 
versity 56 155 

Bates College 11 

Bowdoin College 10 

Boston University 9 

Brown University 388 

Carson College 5, and Carson 
and Newman College 4 9 

Columbian College 24, and Uni- 
versity 3 27 

Colgate University (see Hamil- 
ton L. T. I.) 

Colby College and University 
(see Waterville College) 

Dartmouth College 19 

Denison University (see Gran- 
ville College) 

Franklin College 9 

Granville College 11, and 
Denison University 30 41 

Hamilton College 6 

Hamilton Literary and Theo- 
logical Institution 11, Madi- 
son University 24, and Col- 
gate University 20 55 

Of the 1267 men from these 34 institutions, 1074 held graduates' 

diplomas. In addition to the men from these 34 institutions, there have 

come from 79 other institutions, listed on p. viii-ix, 117 students, of whom 

96 were graduates. This gives a total college enrollment of 1384. The 

number of college graduates is 1170* 



Harvard University 69 

Kalamazoo College 21 

Lincoln University 8 

McGill University 5 

McMaster University 13 

Madison University (see Hamil- 
ton L. T. I.) 

Middlebury College 8 

New York University 7 

Ottawa University 11 

Shurtleff College 12 

Trinity College 5 

Union College 13 

University of Chicago 13 

University of Michigan 13 

University of New Brunswick . 9 

University of Rochester 12 

University of Vermont 9 

Waterville College 110, Colby 
University 99, and Colby Col- 
lege 18 227 

Wesleyan University 5 

William Jewell College 12 

Williams College 10 

Yale College 7 and University 3 10 



ALUMNI ORGANIZATIONS 



At a meeting held in the Chapel of the Institution on the 
devLnth day of September, 1833, the following gentlemen 
organized The Society of Alumni of the Newton Theological 
Institution : — 

Jonathan Aldrich John Houbrook 

John Pratt Asahel Chapin 

Wii^LiAM Hague Benjamin Herbert Hathorne 

Frederick Augustus Willard David C. Bolles 

Timothy Robinson Cressy Henry Carr 

John Sharp Maginnis John B. Cook 

Samuel Budd Swaim David W. Elmore 

RoLUN Heber Neale Nathaniel Hervey 

Mark Carpenter Joseph Hodges 
Isaac Mason Willmarth 

A constitution was adopted at the same meeting, and pro- 
vision was made for an annual reunion and address in connection 
with the exercises of the Anniversary. Since 1897 a second 
reunion has been held in December of each year. 

In 1897 a committee was appointed to confer with a com- 
mittee of the Trustees "with reference to arranging for an 
organic participation of the Alumni in the management of the 
Institution, including the nomination or election of a portion of 
the Trustees." The Northern Baptist Education Society, by 
vote at its annual meeting on Oct. 25, 1898, and by vote of its 
Directors on Nov 21, 1898, agreed to relinquish to the Alumni 
the right to elect three of the six trustees annually elected by the 
Education Society. On the 18th of April, 1900, a certificate of 
incorporation under the laws of Massachusetts was issued, 
declaring that 

Charles Lincoln White George H. Whittemore 

E. A. Capen Edmund F. Merriam 

W. N. Donovan R. O. Sherwood 

Nelson B. Jones William O. Ayer 

Charles Rufus Brown W. F. Wilson 

Albert G. Upham E. P. Tuller 

their associates and successors, were consituted a corporation 
under the name of The Society of Alumni of The Newton Theo- 



THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 279 

logical Institution. An act of the Massachusetts legislature, 
approved March 12, 1901, authorized The Newton Theological 
Institution to provide for the election of three trustees annually 
by the corporation known as The Society of Alumni of The 
Newton Theological Institution. The Trustees, at their annual 
meeting on April 30, 1902, voted "that the provisions in this 
change of the charter be adopted, and that the Alumni be 
authorized to proceed, in accordance therewith, hereafter to 
elect three (3) trustees annually after the order prescribed in 
the catalogue of 1902." 

Beginning in 1900, the Society has annually elected three 
trustees. Since 1906 the election has been by a mail ballot. 
The annual catalogues distinguish the trustees elected by the 
Alumni from those chosen otherwise. 

Membership in the corporation is elective. " But only such 
persons shall be eligible to election as are graduates of The 
Newton Theological Institution, or are entitled to have their 
names appear in the general catalogue of said institution as 
having there pm-sued theological studies." By various votes 
of the Society all persons entitled to have their names appear 
in the general catalogue under classes earlier than that of 1912 
have been elected to membership in the corporation. 

The principal officers of the Society have been as follows : — 

PRESIDENTS 

Elected Close of Service 

1833 William Hague— 1837, 1867— 1868 

1837 John Sharp Maginnis 1839 

1839 RoLLiN Heber Neale— 1841, 1862— 1863 

1841 Joel Smith Bacon 1844 

1844 David Newton Sheldon 1845 

1845 Samuel Budd Swaim— 1847, 1855— 1856 

1847 Joseph Whiting Parker— 1848, 1860— 1861 

1848 William Crowell 1849 

1849 Jabez Weaver Parkhurst 1850 

1850 WiiLLiAM Howe 1852 

1852 Joseph Banvard 1853 

1853 Eber Crane 1854 

1854 Dura D. Pratt 1855 

1856 John Pryor 1857 

1857 Jonathan Aldrich 1858 

1858 John Jennings 1859 

1859 Albert Nicolas Arnold 1860 

1861 Jonah Goulding Warren 1862 

1863 Robert Curtis Mills 1865 

1865 William Hosmer Shailer 1866 

1866 William Hadley Eaton 1867 

1868 Samuel Lunt Caldwell— 1869, 1889— 1890 



280 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION 

Elected Close of Service 

1869 William Lamson 1870 

1870 Nathaniel Marshman Williams 1871 

1871 William Chauncy Child 1872 

1872 Oliver Ayer 1873 

1873 Oakman Sprague Stearns— 1874, 1892— 1893 

1874 EzEKIEL GiLMAN ROBINSON 1875 

1875 George Dana Boardman 1876 

1876 Alvah Hovey 1877 

1877 Thomas Davis Anderson 1878 

1878 George Whitefield Bosworth 1879 

1879 Joseph Colver Wightman 1880 

1880 George Bullen 1881 

1881 Henry Melville King 1882 

1882 William Scott McKenzie 1883 

1883 Abijah Robinson Crane 1884 

1884 Hiram Kalloch Pervear 1885 

1885 James Wheaton Smith 1886 

1886 Henry Clinton Graves 1887 

1887 Samuel White Duncan 1888 

1888 John Larkin Lincoln 1889 

1890 Kendall Brooks 1891 

1891 George Edmands Merrill 1892 

1893 ^Daniel Webster Hoyt 1893 

1893 Adoniram Judson Gordon 1894 

1894 Benjamin Allen Greene 1895 

1895 William Abram Newcombe 1896 

1896 Henry Sweetser Burrage 1897 

1897 Joseph S. Sv/aim 1898 

1898 Thomas Davis Anderson, Jr 1899 

1899 Charles Lincoln White 1900 

1900 George Henry Whittemore 1901 

1901 John Russell Gow 1902 

1902 Francis Wales Bakeman 1903 

1903 Ansley Ezra Woodsum 1904 

1904 Amos Harris 1905 

1905 Henry Francis Perry 1906 

1906 John Bartholomew'Gough Pidge 1907 

1907 Richard BartlETT Esten 1908 

1908 Woodman Bradbury 1909 

1909 Fred Myron PreblE 1910 

1910 William Walter Bustard 1911 

191 1 Edward Pratt Tuller 

SECRETARIES 

1833 Jonathan Aldrich 1834 

1834 Timothy Robinson Cressy 1835 

lElected Vice-President and succeeded Oakman Sprague Stearns, deceased. 



THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 281 

Elected Close of Service 

1835 Lucius Stillman Bolles 1837 

1837 ^Frederick Augustus Willard 1838 

1837 RoLUN Heber NealE 1838 

1838 Joseph Hodges 1839 

1839 Joseph Banvard 1841 

1841 Freeman Greenwood Brown 1843 

1843 AdieIv Harvey 1863 

1863 Alvah Hovey 1864 

1864 Heman Lincoln 1884 

1884 Charles Rufus Brown— 1895, 1897— 1899 

1895 George Bullen 1897 

1899 ^WiNFRED Nichols Donovan 

^Corresponding Secretary. 
^Title is Clerk since 1901). 

TREASURERS 

1833 Timothy Robinson Cressy 1834 

1834 Lucius Stillman Bolles 1837 

1837 RoLLiN Heber Neale 1838 

1838 Joseph Hodges 1839 

1839 Joseph Banvard 1841 

1841 Freeman Greenwood Brown 1843 

1843 Adiel Harvey 1863 

1863 Alvah Hovey 1864 

1864 Heman Lincoln 1884 

1884 Charles Rufus Brown . . .' 1890 

1890 Edward Augustus Capen 1902 

1902 Edmund Franklin Merriam 



INDEX OF STUDENTS 



Abbott, 

*1863, Granville S. 
1877. James P. 

Ackland, 

1911, Lemuel E. 

Adams, 

1914, Archibald G. 

*1836, Samuel T. 
Adlam, 

*183S, Samuel 
Agenbroad, 

1853, Joka P. 

Ah Brah, 

*1879 
Alden, 

*1834, John 

*1852, William H 
Aldricli, 

*1829, Jonathan 
Allen, 

1910, Charles W. 
Allison, 

1896, William H. 

Amiger, 

1905, William T. 

Anderson, 
*1849, Edward C. 
*1843, Martin B. 
1893, Samuel D 
*1841, Thomas D. 
1877, Thomas D. 
Andrews, 

1874, Elisha B. 

1875, John C 
Archibald, 

1900, Adoniram J. 

1902, Arthur C. 

1883, Isaac C. 
Armstrong, 

1914, Chester J. 

1908, Ernest N. 

1907, Frederick M. 

1874, WiUiam F. 
Arnold, 

*1841, Albert N. 
Arrington, 

1892, William F. 
Arthur, 

*1873, James H. 
Arvine, 

*1845, Kazlitt 

Ashley, 
*1859, John F. 
*1859. William W, 

Ashton, 

1867, James W. 
Atchley, 

1891, William A 
Atha, 

1898, George R. 
Atheam, 

1884, William D. 



Atkinson, 

1882, Edward E- 

*1872, Nicholas N. 
Aver ill, 

*1853, Alexander M. 
Avery, 

*1849, Eleazer J. 

*1847, Samuel W. 
Axtell, 

*1887, Seth J. 
Ayer, 

*1852, Charles 

1871, WUUam O. 

Ayres, 

1885, WiUiam S. 

Bacon, 

1896, Charles B. 
*1878, Francis S. 

1872, George A. 
* 1831, Joel S. 

Bagnall, 

1911, Herbert S. 
Bagwell, 

1896, Robert W. 
Bailey, 

1886, Charles R. 
*1852, Joseph A. 

1881, Joseph A. 
*1842, Timothy 

Baird, 

1909. Ira M, 
Bakeman, 

1869, Francis W. 
1906, Percival R. 
1905, Robert A. 

Baker, 

*1830. Elijah 
1914, George T. 

1870, Henry V. 
1911, Orvie E. 
1889, Richard H. 
1903. WUliam E. 

Balcom, 

1893. Jonas H. 
Baldwin, 

*1847, Albert 
Ball, 
*1829, Harvev 

1863. Timothy H. 
Ballentine, 

1878, George N. 
Bancroft, 

1874, James W. 

Bangs, 

1896, Sumaer 
Banks, 
*1880. Asahel B. 

Banvard, 

*1835. Joseph 
Barbour, 

1909, Harris M. 
Barco, 

1905, John W. 



Barker, 

*1837, Francis 
*1839, Imlah G. 

Barnes, 

*1868, Horace F. 
1878, Lemuel C. 
1866. WiUiam S. 
Barrett, 

1913. Gaius H. 

1865, Luther G. 

Barrows, 

1854, Brainard W. 
*1861, Comfort E- 

1875, John H. 
*1842, Lewis 

1866. William C. 
Barss, 

1891, John H. 
Bartlett, 
*1890, HartneU J. 
1881. Joseph F. 

1880, Thomas E. 
1894. Walter R. 

1881. WiUiam P. 

Bary, 

18S6. EmU B. 
Bassett, 

1912, Wallace 
1904, Whitman S. 
Batchelder, 

*1842, Frederick L. 
Battell, 

*1849, Allen E. 
Beach, 

1869, Henry H. 
Beals, 

1889, Francis H. P. 
Beaman, 

*1872, Herbert H. 
Bean, 

1901, Oren N. 
Beecher, 

1900, George F. 
Belknap, 

1896, Arthur T. 
Benjamin, 

*1849, Judson 
Bennett, 

1882, Charles P. 

1901, George S. 
Bentley, 

1893. Byron H. 

1890. Henry D. 
*1850. Samuel N. 

Berkeley, 

1908, James P. 
Berry, 

1889. George R. 

1897. John E. 
Bestor, 

1875, Orson P. 
Bezanson, 

1899. WiUiam B. 



INDEX OP STUDENTS 



28S 



Bickford, 

*1881, Francis S. 
*1841. Martin L. 

Bickum, 

1875, Benjamin F. 
Bill, 

1896, Ingram E. 
Bishop, 
*1835, James 
*1897. Norman N. 
Bixby, 

*1870, Dudley C. 
Black, 
*1883, Samuel McC. 
1892. Walter S. 
Blacklock, 

1896, John F. 
Blake, 

1864, Frederic D. 

1911, William E. 

Blakeslee, 

1901, Frederic W. 
Boardman, 
*1855, George D. 

Bock, 

1901, WiUiam H. T. 

Boggs, 

1908, Albert McK. 

Bolles, 

1895, Charlton B. 

*1832, David C. 

*18.34, Lucius S. 
Bolster, 

1912. George F. 
Bonham, 

*1856, James W. 
Boody 

1899, Frederic S. 
Boone, 

1907, Ilsley 
1880, Wilton R. 

Booth, 

1882, Charles W. 
Bos worth, 
*1841, George W. 
1891, Linneus M. 
Bowen, 

1895, Everett A. 
Bowerman, 

1889, Louis S. 
Bowers, 
♦1867. Charles A. 
*1842, Charles M. 
1914, Roy B. 
Bowles, 
*1851, Ralph H. 
Boyer, 

1911, Henry R. 
Boynton, 

1899, Abraham L. 
Brabrook, 

*1838. Benjamin F. 
Brace, 

1908, Leon J. 
Brackett, 

♦I860. John B. 
Bracq, 

1884. Jean C. 



Bradbury, 
♦1837, Charles W. 
*1873, WilHara A. 
1891, Woodman 
Braddan, 

1895, WiUiam S. 
Bradford, 
*1840, Shadrach S. 
*1837, Zebdial 
Bradshaw, 

1893. Frederick J. 
Brady, 

1893, Herman E. 
1897. WUham A. 
Braisted, 

1902. William E. 
Brand, 

1886, Edward P. 
Breed, 

*1839, Joseph B. 
Brewerton, 

1876. George D. 
Bridgman, 

1859. Isaac 
Briggs, 

1895, Frank C. 
*1844, Obil W. 

Brigham, 

1883, Joseph W. 
Brooks, 

1862, Charles 

1896, Charles A. 

1877, Edward H. 
*1845, Kendall 
♦1857. Samuel 

Brotherton, 

1875. Theodore W. 
Brown, 
*1838, Amasa 
*1890, Charles H. 
1879, Charles R. 
*1839. Freeman G. 
1902, Harry S. 
1879, Horace F. 
1886, James A. 
♦1876, Leonard S, 
♦1832. Nathan 
1905, Owen C. 
1881, Orville E. 
1859, Theron 
*1839, WiUiam L. 
Brownson, 

1879, Edwin J. 
Bruce, 

1901, Thomas S. 
Brumback, 

1881, Newton 
Bryant, 

1890, Judson B. 
Buckles, 

1882, Horace W. 
Bugbee, 

1908, Bertran C. 
Buis, 

1904, Frederick W. 
Bullard, 

1870, Edwin 
*1843, Edwin B. 
Bullen, 

1858. George 



1904, Walter B. 
Bullock, 

1906, Henry S. 
1891. Williams. 
Bunker, 

*1865. Alonzo 
Burbank, 
*1840, David 
♦1840, John F. 
*1841. Joseph P. 
Burdette, 

1883, Charles E. 
Burditt, 
*1880. John F. 
Burgess, 

1899, Carleton A. 
*1845, Isaac J. 
Burhoe, 
*1872, John T. 
*1893. Theophilus H. 
Burlingame, 

*1836, Waterman 
Burnham, 

1873. Sylvester 
Burr, 

*1874. John E. 
Burrage, 

1899, Champlin 
1867. Henry S. 
Burrows, 
*1869. Christopher C. 
Burton, 
*1850, Nathan S, 
Burtt, 

1888, Edwin P. 
Bustard, 

1898, William W. 
Butler, 

*1871, Thomas M. 
Byrne, 
♦1840, Martin 

Cahill, 

1883, Joseph A. 
Cain, 

1896. Thomas 
Caldwell, 

*1845. Samuel L. 
Calhoun, 

1901. Hazen A. 
Camp, 

1883. Wellington 
Cann, 

1904, Frank L. 

1905, Samuel J. 
Capen, 

*1877, Edward A. 
*1849, James W. 
1898, Randall T. 
Carleton, 

♦1860. Cyrus H. 
Carlson, 

1913. Gustav G. 
Carpenter, 
♦1862, Chapin H. 
♦18.33. Mark 
Carr, 
♦1852. Alexander W. 
1»06. Floyd Le V. 



284 



THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL. INSTITUTION 



•1832, Henry 
1875. William C. 

Carter, 

1895, Lyman E. 

Case, 

1883, John E. 

1881, Ttaddeus G. 
Gate, 
*1844, George W. 

1913. Thomas J. 
Caulkins, 

1887, Herbert L. 
1887, Thomas V. 
Cavvthorne, 

1914, Herbert F. 
Chaffin, 

♦1849, Aaron W. 
Chamberlain, 
*1885, Andrew 
1911, Charles La F. 
Chamberlin, 

1895, Harry W. 
Chandler, 

1892. Arthur D. 
1875, Adoniram J. 
1911, Edward F. 

♦1838, George C. 
Chapin, 

*1S33, Asahel 

♦1858, Joei P. 
Chapman, 

1893, Hamilton E. 
Chappell, 

1909, Charles R. 

Chase, 

1866, George S. 
*1866, Simeon L. B. 

1902, William B. 
*1S46, William S. 
*1869, WilUam T. 
Chcsley, 

1902, Harry G. 

Child, 

*1844, William G. 
Chipman, 

1861, Alfred 
Christie, 

1907, Alonzo^B. 
Christopher, 

1898, Bernard 
Church, 

1903, Francis Le G. 
Churchill, 

*1873, George 
Chute, 

1883. Arthur C. 

1913. Arthur H. 
Cifre, 

*1875. Ricardo P. 
Clark, 
*1874. Albert V. 
*1857, Albion B. 

1914, Arthur C. 
1912, Clifford T. 
1860. Edward W. 

*1S57, James A. 
*1835, Samuel W. 
1906. William J. 



Clarke, 
*1837. Ivory 

1899. Lewis H. 
*1837. Miner G. 
Cleavfcland, 

1884, George A. 
Cleaves, 

1901, Arthur W. 
Clements, 

1894, William 
Cleveland, 

1897, Frederick L. 
Clopton, 

*1846, Samuel C. 
Cloues, 

1887, WiUiam J. 
Clowe, 

*1868, George W. 
Cochrane, 

1912, Edmund H. 
Coe, 

1875, David R. 
Cogswell, 

1876. Henry P. 
Colburn, 

*1842, Alfred 
*1863, Isaac I>. 
Colby, 

1867, Henryi'F. 
*1835, Lewis 
1872, Nathaniel L. 
Colcord, 

1881. Edward J. 
Coldwell, 

1884, Ebenezer'P. 
Cole, 
*1856, Gideon 
1903, Horace W. 
Collins, 

1893, Peter S. 
Colver, 

1908, Auther F. 
*1845, Charles K. 
Colwell, 

1875, Richard S. 
Condict, 

1911, Edward C. 
Converse, 

1912, Ernest L. 
Cook, 

1908, Henry A. 
*1833, John B. 
1895, Willard C. 
Coombes, 

*1S6S, John 
Cooper, 
*1881, Henry K. 
*1853, James 
1890, WiUiam E. 

Corbett, 

*1840, Benjamin S. 
1901, Isaac A. 
Corey, 
*1861, Charles H. 

1893. Coleman W. 

1894. Hebron Y. 
Cotney, 

*1879, Andrew J. 



Cotton, 

1908, Edward Bl 
Covcll, 

1910, Phamiel B. 
Cox, 

1881, John H. 

1873, Obadiah E. 

Crafts, 

1874, Daniel L. 
Craigie, 

*1877, William C. 
Crandall, 

1913, Leonard H,, 
Crane, 

1861, Abijah R. 
1872, Alvin M. 
*1834, Eber 

1883, John L. 
*1836, Origen 
Crankshaw, 

1889, Burton 
Cranston, 

*1888, James S. 
Crawley, 
*1852, Arthur R. R. 
*1881, Frederic De Mi, 
*1855. Thomas W. 
Creditt, 

1889. WilUam A. 
Creelraan, 

1913. AUan D. 
Cressy, 

*1831, Timothy R. 
Crocker, 
1870, Henry 
*1834, WiUiam G. 
Cronkhite, 

1880, Leonard W. 
Cross, 

1872, Benjamin F. 
1910, Earle B. 
Crowell, 

*1838, WilHam 
Cummings, 
*1850, Elkanah A. 

1887. John E. 
*1852, Mark A. 
Currier, 

♦1878, Charles W. 
Curtis, 

1891. Arthur H. 
Cushing, 
*1865, Josiah N. 
*1852, Perez L. 

Dairy mple, 
*1836, WiUiam H, 

Dalton, 

1851, Asa 
Daman, 

*1841, Joseph B. 
Daniels, 

1859. Joseph A. 
Darrow, 

1908, Earle W. 
Dart, 

1882. John L. 
Dary, 

1881. Albert N. 



INDEX OF STUDENTS 



28E 



Davenport, 

1891, William H. 
David, 

1900. Jacob 
Davis, 
*1837, Caleb B. 

1885, Edward A. 
1880. Frank G. 

1886, Francis H. 
*1871, George W. 

1885, Henry S. 
1898. John H. 
1912, Ralph B. 
1900, Reuben L. 
1896, Ulysses S. 

Day, 

1891. Charles H. 

1895. Frank 
Dean, 

1876. Henry M. 
*1874, Leonard J. 
*1838, Mvron M. 
*1876, William K. 

Dearing, 

1889. John L. 

DeBlois, 

1891. Austen K. 
*1853. Stephen W. 
DeGruchy, 

1885. Thomas 
DeMill, 
*1854. Elisha B. 
Deming, 

1868. Miner R. 
Dempsey, 

*1849. Hugh 
Derr, 

1891. Ellsworth T. 
Des Jardins, 

1911, Wesley H. 
DeVault, 

1914, Robert M. 
Dewhurst, 
*1882, Frederic E. 
DeWolfe, 

1893. Henry T. 
*1878. James I. 
Dexter, 

1887, Henry F. 
*1845. Henry V. 

1865. Samuel K. 
Dibell, 

*1850, Edwin 
Dimock, 

1906. Arthur V. 
♦1911 , Elwin H. 
Dinkins, 

*1881. Charles S. 
Dinsmore, 

1889. Joseph E. 
Dockrell, 

1898. Henry G. 
Dodge, 
*1845. Ebenezer 
*1836. Oliver A. 
Dolan, 

1896. Edwin B. 
Donovan, 

1867. Dennis 
1904, Frederick 



1898. Winfred N. 
Douglas, 

*1842. William 
Douglass, 

*1854. Francis A. 
Dow, 

1911, Ernest VV. 
Dowling, 

1899.GasherieDeW. 

Downie, 

1872, David 
Drawbridge, 

1899, Robert W. 
Drew, 

1912. Harold 3. 
Drury, 

1869, Lucian 
Dumpf, 
1897, Jacob 

Duncan, 

*1864, Samuel W. 
Dunn, 

*1842, Andrew 

*1878, Albert T. 
Durkee, 

*1875, Jacob A. 
Dutaud, 

1891. Louis R. 
Dutton, 

*1873. Newell T. 
Dyas, 

1903, William H. 

Eaton, 

1876. Arthur W. H. 
1893. Charles A. 
*1891. Charles L. 
* 18,39. Jeremiah S. 
*1876, Joshua T. 
*1835. Joseph W. 

1883. Lewis A. 
*1848. William H. 
Eddy, 
*1852. Edwin B. 
1897, William J. 
Edwards, 
*1844, Benjamin A. 
*1854, Ephraim A. 
*1844, Peter C. 
Edwin, 

1878, Moung 

Elliott, 

1904. William M. 
Ellis, 

1897, Charles H. 

*1838, Robert F. 
Elmore, 

*1833, David W 
Emerson, 

*1866, Forrest F. 

*1861, Howard M. 
Emery, 

1868, Charles M. 

1878, Samuel H. 
English, 

1875, John M. 
Engstrom, 

1832, Ciiarles J. 



Ensley, 

*1881, Newell H. 
Enslin, 

1892, Francis R. 
1898, Irving J. 
Estabrooks, 

*1880, Alexander 
Esten, 

1886. Richard B. 

Estes, 

1874, David F. 

Evans, 

1897, Thomas P. 
*1858, WiUiam H. 
Eveleth, 

1873, Frederick H. 
Everson, 

1908, William G. 
Ewald, 

1904, Benjamin G. 
Ewer, 

*1874, James K. 
Ewing, 
*184S. Presley U. 

Fairbanks, 

*1852. George G. 
Farr, 

1885, Frederic W. 
Farrar, 

*1862, John P. 
Farren, 

1879. WiUiam A. 
Farris, 

*1892. Benjamin W. 
Faunce, 
*1854. Daniel W. 
1884. WilUara H. P. 
Fay, 

*1854, WiUiam N. 
Feeman, 

1879. WiUiam E. 
Felch, 
*1835, Alvan 
Ferguson, 

18S7, Robert H. 
Fernald, 

1863, James C. 
Field, 

1868, James P. 

1903, Justin D. 

*1S39, Samuel W. 

1873, Thomas G. 

Filmer, 

1896, Harry St. J. 
Fish, 
*1837, Alanson 
♦18.56. Joseph L. A. 
1901. Milton E. 

1874. WiUiam H. 

Fisher, 

1894, Robert W. 

Fisk, 

*1836, Oliver J. 
Fiske, 
*1843, Oliver 

Fittz, 

*1S29, Hervey 
*18o5, Lonzo L. 



286 THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION 



Fitz, 

*1866, Samuel E. 
*1858, William 
Fletcher, 
*1890, George F. 
*1887. Joseph H. 

1893, Michael E. 
*1868, Stephen C. 

1894, William 

Fogg, 

1914, Clarence M. 

Folsom, 

*1892. Frank G. 

Foote, 

1912, John A. 
Ford, 
*1870, Albert A. 
*1848, David B. 
Forshee, 

1902, Archibald A. 
Foshay, 

1905, Milford R. 
Foster, 

1858, Charles F. 
*1850. John B. 
1887, John M. 
*1844, Orson G. 

Fowle, 

1905, Walter I. 
Fowler, 

1907. Charles L. 
Fox, 

1895, Albert P. 

1899, James B. 
*1841, Joseph H. 

1911, UrlM. 
Foye, 

1901, Otis W. 
Freas, 

*1852, Daniel J. 
Freeman, 

*1863, David 

*1830, Joseph 
1907, Lemuel E.McM 
1878, Leonard A. 
1889, Otis A. 

1902, Sebra C. 
*1836, Timothy G. 

French, 

1895, Charles V. 

1883. Nathaniel G. 
Frink, 

1889, Henry 

1876, Lemuel W. 
Frohock, 

1892, Sylvanus E. 

Fuhrmann, 

1874, Jacob W. 

Fuller, 

1900, Arthur E. 
1894, Edward M. 

1877, George W. 
Fyfe, 

*1842, Robert A. 

Gale, 

*1846, Amory 
Gannett, 

1867. Joseph H. 
Gardner, 

*1853, Benjamin W. 



*1S88, Clarence 
1884, Frederick M. 
1892, William H. 
Garst, 

1913, John N. 

Gates, 

1890, Edwin L. 

Gay, 

1866, Henry G. 

Gear, 

*1831, Hiram 
Gelan, 

*1894, Henri 
Geldart, 

1912, John H. 

Gile, 

*1868, George W. 
Gilman, 

1903, James B. 
Gilmore, 

1861, Joseph H. 
Glazier, 
*1855, Daniel J. 
1869, Nelson N. 

Gleason, 

1875, Theodore C. 
Glendinning, 

1903, John^A. 
Glover, 

*1843, Samuel 
Goble, 

1907, William D. 

Goddard, 

*1838, Josiah 
1867. Josiah R. 

Good, 

*1878, George E. 
Goodall, 

1888, Lindsey B. 
Goodell, 

*1871. Sabin T. 
Goodhue, 

*1852, Joseph A. 
Goodspeed, 

1874, Calvin 
Goodwin, 

1SS3, Edwin C. 

1914, Warren C. 
Gookin, 

1883. Frederick W. 
Gordh, 

1902, Gustav A. 
Gordon, 

1897, Arthur H. 
*1863, Adonirara J. 
1876, John A. 

Gospodinoff, 

1879. Pano K. 
Goucher, 

1886. William C. 

Gould, 
*1846, Asa H. 
*1868. Ezra P. 
Gow, 

1858, George B. 
1889, George C. 
1882. John R. 
Graham, 

1894, Robert D. 



Granberry, 

1905, Robert C, 
Granger, 

*1843, Abraham H. 

Grant, 

1883, Alonzo 
1881, Edward J. 

Graves, 

1859, Henry C. 

Gray, 

1899, Clifton D. 

1892, Walter V. 

Graybiel, 

1902, Moses A. 
Green, 

1893, Adam S. 
*1899, George F. 

1893. William T. 
Greene, 

*1885, Albert 

1875, Benjamin'A. 
*1845. William B. 

Gregoire, 

*1886, Napoleon 

Guild, 

*1839, John B 
Gunnison, 
1890, Binney 
*1851, George W. 

Gurney, 

1874, Albanus K. 

Gushee, 

1894. Wallace W. 

Hadley, 

*1890, Charles 
Hafer, 

1904, Nathaniel T. 
Haggard, 

1913, Frank B. 
Hague, 
*1835, John B. 
*1829, WiUiam 

Hale, 

1874, Henry W. 
*1839, Sumner 
1891, WilHam C. 

Hall, 

1889, Harry H. 
*1830, Jeremiah 
*1836, Levi 

1881, Lamartine A. 
*1861, WilHam 
+ 1829, William W. 
Hamblen, 
*1868, Isaac S. 
1889. Samuel W. 
Hamilton, 

*1886, James E. 
Hammond, 

1868, Walter W. 
Hancock, 
*1867, Samuel F. 

Hannah, 

*1905, John H. 
Hanscom, 
*1869, Moses C. 

Hanson, 

*1868, Charles V. 
1902, Harold L. 



INDEX OF STUDENTS 



287 



Hapgood, 

1877, Ephraim 

Harding, 

1897, Christopher J. 

1901, John A. 

Hardy, 

1902, Irad B. 
Hargrove, 

1905, Charles 
Harlow, 

*1847, Robert H. 
1893, Truman O. 
Harriman, 

1895, Arthur E. 
Harrington, 

1883. Charles K. 
Harris, 
*1862, Amos 

1906, Ernest M. 
1901, Elijah E. 
1891, Henry H. 

Hart, 

*1860, Henry A. 
Hartman, 

*1870, John H. 
Hartshorn, 

*1844, Joseph C. 
Harvey, 

*1838, Adiel 
Haskell, 

1875, Elihu B. 
Hatch, 
*1893, Hugh R. 

Hatfield, 

1893, Byron U. 
1884, Edgar 
Hathaway, 

*1841, LevlB. 
Hathorne, 

*1833, Benjamin H. 
Hawley, 

*1840, Edwin H. 
Hay den, 

1912, Percy R, 
Haynes, 
*1837, Dudley C. 
1861, Lucius M. S. 
Hazelton, 
1899, Carl D. 
*1849, Henri' H. 
Hazlcwood, 

*1867, Francis T. 
Heath, 

1888, Frank A. 
1895, Frederick E. 
*1832, William 
Henderson, 

*1856. George D. 
Henry, 
*1848, Foster 
1846, Reuben A. 
Herman, 

1898, Neil E. 
Herrick, 

1878, Daniel F. R. 
1901, Everett C. 
Herring, 

1876, Edwin A. 



Hertzog, 

*1880. George A. 
Hervey, 

*1833, Nathaniel 
Hewes, 

*1846, Charles W. 

Hibbard, • 

1863, Lewis B. 
Hickok, 

1875, Charles H. 
Higginbothatn, 

1914, Isaac 
Higgins, 
*1857, Alexander M. 
*1881, Clayton E. 

Hill, 

1901, Daniel W. 
*1845, Luther D. 
*1832, Stephen P. 

1904, William A. 
Hilton, 

1864, Stephen 
Hinckley, 

1863, Henry 
Hinkley, 

1898, Harry E. 
Hippolyte, 

1886, Lucius 
Kites, 

1894, Valentine 

Hoben, 

1898, Allan 
Hodges, 

*1833, Joseph 
Holbrook, 
*1859, Charles F. 
*1833, John 
*1875, John J. 
Holdridge, 

1891, Newton C. 
Hollingsworth, 
1893, James H. 
Holmes, 
*1861, David E. 

1887, Frank W. 
Holt, 

1879, Charles T. 

1910, George H. 
Holtom, 

1910, Daniel C. 
Hood, 

1905, William R. 
Hooper, 

*1837, Noah 
Hopkins, 

1877, Adoniram J. 

1907, David O. 
Hopkinson, 

1871, Henry M. 
Hopps, 

*1874, Herman K. 
Horr, 

1879, George E. 
Horton, 
*1859, Jotham W. 

Hough, 

1874, John W. 



Houser, 

1875. John B. 
Hovey, 

*1848, Alvah 
1872. Arthur J. 
1885. George R. 
Howard , 

1884, Thompson A. 
Howe, 
*1851, Phineas 
*1842, Sereno 
*1836, William 
Howes, 

1892, Martin S. 
Hewlett, 

1908, Caius O. 
Hoyt, 

1874, Daniel W. 
*1886, Edwin P. 

Hudson, 

1897. Bimey S. 
Hull, 

1881. John M. 
Hulsart, 

1899, John 
Humphrey, 
*1856, Edward 
*1853, William H. 
*1858, Washington I. 
Hunt, 

1880. Ebenezer W. 

1865. George L. 

1888. Granville 
*1879. Horace H. 

1845, John 

1882, Nathan 
1874, Orrin R. 

*1883. Ralph M. 
1903. RoUa E. 
Hunter, 

1897. William, Jr. 
Huntington, 
* 1841, Joseph 
Huntting, 
*1850, John P. 
1851, Leonard H. 
Huse, 

1899. Henry F. 
1901, Stephen S.,Jr. 
Hussey, 

1872. Albert C. 
Hutchens, 

*1848. Allen S. 
Hutchins, 

1901, Almon J 
Hutchinson, 

*1834, Elijah 

*1837, Enoch 

1873, John S. 
1890. William B. 

Hyde, 

1889, John C. 
Hylan, 

1895. Albert E. 

Illsley, 

1895. James W. 
Ilsley, 

1866. Geotse B. 
*1837, Silas 



THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION 



Ingram, 

1903, James F. 
Inman, 

*1863. Harris S. 
Isaac, 

1899. Alfred E. 
Ives, 

1875, Sumner A. 

Jackson, 

1899, Charles W. 

1905, Mark P. 
Jacobs, 

*1836. WiUiam B. 
James, 
*1845. John S. 

1911, Marinus 
Jean-Jacques, 

1895, ThocasiA. C. 
Jenkins, 

1913. Jesse B. 
Jenks, 

1893. Daniel S. 
Jenner, 

1895. John H. 
Jennings, 
*1834. John 
*1835. RusseU 
Jemegan, 

1892. PrescottlF. 
Jewett, 

*1846. Lyman 
Johnson, 
*1835. Charles 

1881. Henry H. 
*1857, Julius E. 
*1848. John W. 

1879. Millard F. 
*1863, Robert G. 

1888. Tillman B. 

1901. Thomas N. 

1913. Warren C. 

1893. William H. 
Johnstone, 

*1886. John H. 
Jones, 
*1839, Ahira 
♦ 1846. Ansel G. 

1884, Ephraim H. 

1913. Ernest L. 

1883, Frank J. 
*1861, Henry M 
*1857. Howard M. 

1887. James F. 
*1849, John D. E. 
*1830, John T. 

1878, Nelson B. 

1893. WUIiam G. 

Joy, 

*1838, Amariah 
June, 

1912, AdrianX 

Kalloch, 

*1831.. George 
Keely, 

1908. John S. 
*1842, Thomas E. 
Keese, 
*1873. William A. 



Keirstead, 

1876, Elias M. 

1912. George C. F. 
Kelley, 
*1871, Edwin D. 
*1842, Moses J. 
Kellogg, 

*18S4, Beaoni F. 
Kelly, 

1880, Elias W. 
Kemp, 

1901, Richard 
Kempton, 

1895, Austen T. 

1903, Herries L. 
*1876, Joseph F. 
Keyser, 
*1901, Frederick H. 

1912, Rufus 
Kidd, 

*1875, James H. 

Kimball, 

1897. Daniel W. 

1876. Oliver D. 
King, 

1860. George M. P. 

1862, Henry M. 

1882, Lyman W. 

1899, York A. 
Kingsley, 

1893. Albert E. 
Kinley, 

1910, Farrar S. 
Kinney, 

*1878, William B. 

Kittredge, 

*189S, Charles P. 
Klaipo, 

1887. Hemmay S. 
Klein, 

1890. Friedrich W. 
Knapp, 

*1843. WiUiam S. 
Knight, 

1887, WUUm E. 
Knowlton, 

1881, James A. 
Knox, 

*1843. George 
Koch, 

1905. Christian C. 
Kreager, 

1903. Frank C. 

Lager, 

1909. Cari H. 
Lamb, 

1883, Francis P. S. 
Lamson, 

1859, Darius F. 
*1842. WilUam 

Lane, 

1870, Asa Lyman 
*1870, Benjamin H. 
*1855, Henry F. 
1883, William H. 
Langley, 

1882, Alfred G. 



Laning, 

1876, Micajah B. 
Latham, 

*1S70, Henry S. 
Lathrop, 

*1850, James W. 
Law, 

*1830, Josiah S. 
Lawless, 

1905, John N. 

Lawrence, 

1862, Benjamin F. 
*1831. Byrem 
*1870. Horatio B. 

Lawson, 
*1898, James 

Leach, 

1906, Harry C. 
*1840. Sanford 
*1841. William 

Leavitt, 

1877, Julius A. 
Lee, 

1906. WiUiam A. 
Leeson, 

*1877, George E. 
Leftwich, 

*1881, Alpheus P. 
Leger, 

1877, Eusebe 
Leighton, 

*1841, Samuel S. 
Leland, 

*1840, MarshaU W. 
Lemont, 

1886. Charles S. 
Lent, 

1896. Frederick 
Lentell, 

*1859. Jesse V. 

*1847. Richard 
Leonard, 

*1828. George 
1855, George E. 

*1836. Loomis G. 
Leverett, 

*1838. Warren 

*1836, Washington 

Levering, 

*1847, Andrew 
Levoy, 

1914, Herbert E. 
Levy, 

1900, Maurice A. 
Lewis, 

1907, Arthur S. 

1900, Charles E. 

1869, Evan 

1889, John 

1911, Jonathan S. 
♦1852, Welcome 
Libbey, 

*1874, WiUiam 
Lightfoot, 

1889, James T. 
Lillie, 

1862, Horatio C. 
Lincoln, 
♦1850. Bradford H. 



INDEX OP STUDENTS 



289 



*1845, Heman 
*1840, John L. 
*1834, Thomas O. 
Lindsay, 

1913, Samuel 
Lisle, 

*i867. William M. 
Litchfield, 

*1856. Daniel C. 
Littlefield, 

*1867, Edward C. 
Livertnore, 

*1843, Silas 
Livingston, 

1900, Benjamin T. 
Lockhart, » 

1882, Burton W. 
Lockrow, 

1895, David M. 
Lockwood , 

*1872, Frederic A. 
*1834, Rufus A. 
Logan, 

1903, John H. 
Lombard, 

1900, George E. 

1896, William E. 

Long, 

1914, Herbert C. 

1888, Joseph M. 
Loomer, 

1906, Leslie O. 
Lorimer, 

1891, Addison B. 
1900, Albert W. 
Lothrop, 

*1837, Stillman L. 
Lovell, 

*1836, Nehemiah G. 
Lovett, 

1902, David W. 
Lumsden, 
*1851. David F. 

Luther, 

*1850, John H. 

Lynch, 

1895, Percival H. 

McCombe, 

1902, George W. 
McCoy, 

*1854, Davis H. 

McCready, 

1905, Harry S. 

McCullough, 

1873, George W. 
McCurdy, 

1899, Selden R. 
McCutcheon, 

1911, Miles F. 
MacDonald 

1897, John H. 
1885, Robert 

Macdonald, 

1889, Donald G. 
1893, Forrester A. 

McFarlan, 
1880, Frank G. 



MacGregor, 

1880, Peter S. 
McGregor, 
*1888, James W. 
*1881, William 
McGuinn, 

1888, Robert A. 
McHarness, 

1904, Charles 
Mclntyre, 

' *1861, George R.. 
McKay, 

1912, Peter M. 
McKean, 

1886, Joseph 
McKenzie, 

*1858, William S. 
McKillop, 

1882, William A. 
Mackinnon, 

1892, William D. 
McKoy, 

1905, Charles F. 
McKusick, 

1869, Hazen P. 

McLean, 

1899, Donald McA. 
*1877, John A. 

McLeam, 
*1861, Alexander 

1893, Charles S. 
McLeod, 

1886, Alexander A. 
1901. Warren H. 

McNally, 

1900, Charles R. 
MacNeill, 

1897, Norman A. 
Macomber, 

1868, Sylvanus B. 
MacQuarrie, 

1907, Donald H. 
McWhinnie, 
*1870, James 
*1842, Josiah 
Madliger, 

1897, Paul F. 
Magill, 

1897, David T. 
Maginnis, 

*1832, John S. 
Magoon, 

*1839, Elias L. 
Manley, 

1893, Herbert S. 
Manly, 

*1847, BasU 
Manning, 
*1885, Berwick 
1872, James W. 
Mansfield, 

*1860. Francis 
Marc, 

1894. EHe 
Marin, 
*1885, Manuel'C. 



Marsh, 

*18ol, Fletcher O. 
Marshall, 
*1843, Epenetus A. 
1903, Harry I. 
1899, William J. 
Marston, 

1905, George B. 
Martell, 

1878. Charles H. 
1896, George A. 
Martin, 

*1S92, Charles P. 
Mason, 

1901, Archibald 
*1846, David G. 

1883, Edward A. 
1880, Edward D. 

*1830, Francis 

1878, George L. 
Massey, 

*1834. Joseph T. 
Mather, 

*1847, Joseph H. 
Mathews, 

1887, Shailer 
Mathewson, 

1901, Lester B. 
Matthewes, 

1876, Ross 
Maxwell, 

1913, John M. 
Mayhew, 
*1858, Bartlett 
1874, Wilmot M. 

Mayo, 

1884, Gideon 
Mays, 

1896. Wallace H. 
Meacham, 

*1870, Cola DeR. 

Medbury, 

*1870, Arnold R. 
Merriam, 

1879, Edmund F. 
*1840, Franklin 

1882, George 
*1851, Jonathan 
*1869, WUliam W. 

Merrill, 
*1872, George E. 
*1844. Thomas 
*1828, Thomas W. 

Merritt, 

1900, Newton A.. Jr. 

Merry, 
*1889. William B.C. 

Messer, 
*1868, George H. 

Mick, 

1877. William M. 
Middleditch, 

1888. Robert H. 
Mieir, 

1907, Charles F. 
Miles, 
*1833, Frederic W. 
1906. Leon G. 
Millard, 
*1902, William H, 



290 



THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION^ 



Miller, 

1908, EHas C. 

1914, George S. 
Millet, 

*1835, Joshua 
Millington, 

1892, Henry W. O. 

Mills, 

*1840, Robert C. 
Milton, 

1911, John W. 
Mkns, 

*1842, James S. 
Minard, 

1895. Clarence R. 
Miner, 

1899, Johnson L. 
*1849, Noyes W. 
Mirick, 

*1843, Stephen H. 
Mitchell, 
*1853, Edward C. 
•1893, Edwin F. 
1875, Howard R. 
1903, John A. 
*1880, Richard S. 
Monbeck, 

1907, William E. 
Montague, 
*1889, Lefoy J. 
*1879, Richard 
Moon, 

1904 'Seymour E. 
Moore, 

1914, Harvey J. 
Morgan, 

*1872, Dura P. 
Morris, 

1898, Charles S. 
Morrow, 

*1876, Horatio 
Morse, 
*1830, Appleton 
*1865, Frank R. 

1891, Lewis D. 
1893, Lyman H. 

♦1869, Samuel B. 

1892, SUas L. 
Morton, 

1869, James F. 

Moser, 

*1853, John 
Mosher, 

*1S81, Roswell C. 
Mower, 

1884, Irving B. 
Mudge, 

*1843, Thomas H. 
Munger, 

*1857, Enos 
Murphy, 

1906, Alonzo E. 
Murray, 

1874, Patrick H. 
Myers, 

*1872, Charles F. 

Naylor, 
*1835, John G. 



Nead, 

1892, George W. 
Neale, 

*1833, Rollin H. 
Neily, 

1905, Denton J. 
Nelson, 

1904, Wilbur C. 
*1834, William F. 
Newcomb, 

1903, Abner F. 
Newcombe, 

1875, WiUiam A. 
Newhall, 

*1846, Charles 
Newton, 

*1829, Calvin 
Nichols, 

1878, John H. 
Nickless, 

1899, Harry E. 
Nightingale, 

1898, Charles S. 
Niles, 

*1S45, Isaac 
Nobles, 

1S85, Beverley N. 
Norcross, 

1897, James E. 
Norris, 

1865, James F. 
Norton, 

1858, Smith 
Nott, 

*1869, Richard 
Noxon, 

*1874, Edward D. 
Noyes, 
*1865, Eli P. 

Ober, 

*1864, George 
Orchard, 

1912, Frank L. 
Ordway, 

1877, Otis O. 
Osborn, 

1894, Edwin F. 

1894, Loran D. 
Osgood, 

*1834, James 
Osol, 

1894, Theodore 
Ostergren, 

1875, Knut A. 
Osterhout, 

1869, John Van L. 
Oviatt, 

*1852, Perry 
Owen, 

1858, Alfred 

1884, Charles E. 

Packard, 

1889, Sidney E. 
Page, 

1906, Arthur H. 
*184S, Harrison C. 
*1839, Stephen B. 



Paine, 

1912, Sidney S. 
Palmer, 
*1864, Albert De F. 
*1871, David W. 

1907, John H. 
*1847, Roswell C. 
*184o, Silas W. 
1890, Willard P. 
Park, 

1899, Charles W. 
Parker, 

1866, Addison 

1889, Charles A.. 
1907, Charles A. 
1894, Frank 

*1843, Hervey I. 

*1836, Joseph W. 
1882, William F, 
Parkhurst, 

*1836, Jabez W. 
Parkis, 

*1836, Jabez W. 
Parry, 

*1885, Horatio N. 
Parshley, 

*1884, John H. 

1890, Wilbur B. 
Partridge, 

*1866, Lyman 

1868, Sylvester B. 
Pasco, 

*1836, Cephas 
Patch, 

*1842, George W. 
Patt, 

1910, Hermann G. 
Pattison, 

* 18.53, Charles R. 
Peabody, 

*1836. Charles H. 
Peacock, 

1903, Joseph L. 
Peakes, 

1899. Fred W. 
Pease, 

1894, Charles S. 

1910, Howard A. 
Peck, 

1878, George C. 
Pendleton, 

1910, John S. 

1874, Silas P. 
Pengelly, 

1910, John B. 
Pepper, 

♦I860, Elbridge 
1860, George D. B. 
Perkins, 

*1861, Asa 

♦1890, Fred M. 
Perry, 

*18.56, Benjamin F. D 

1911, Habakkuk 
1890, Henry F. 
1886, Marion R. 

Pervear, 
♦1858, Hiram K. 
Peterson, 

1907. Ferdinand F. 



INDEX OF STUDENTS 



291 



Fhilbrook, 

1900, Eugene S. 
Phillips, 

*1840. Daniel W. 
Pidge, 

1869, John B. G. 
Pierce, 

1912, Charles S. 
*1870, David J. 

1889, Ebenezer N. 

1890, Ulysses G. B. 
Pillsbury, 

*i871, Stephen 
Pinkham, 

1891, Henry W. 

1902, Hermon S. 
1911, Robert S. 

Platts, 

*1844, Charles 
Pompilly, 

*1862, Judah T. 
Pond, 

1903, Clarence S. 
Pope, 

1891, Jesse T. 
*1877, Louis A. 
Porter, 

1864, Henry K. 

1894, Israel W. 

*1837, Lemuel 

1861, Robert D. 

Potter, 

*1862, Albert K. 

1913, Charles F. 
1906, Ernest T. 

Powell, 

1888, Absalom L. 

1889, Herman J. 
1875, James L. 

Powers, 
■ *1847, Samson 
Pratt, 
*1834, Dura D. 

1901, Henry H. 
♦1831, John 

1908, Robert H. 

1908, Willard L. 

*1861, WiUiamG. 

Pray, 

*1846. Edward W. 

Preble, 

1884, Fred M. 
Prescott, 

*1860, Moses J. 
Preston, 

1855, George M. 
PrevauJi, 

*1849, Francis E. 
Price, 

1889, David 

1904, James A. 
*1S53, Stephen W. 

Pride, 
*1868, Edward W. 
*1898. Frank A. 
Primm, 

1877, John W. 
Proctor, 

1906, Lawrence M. 



Pryor, 

*1831, John 
Pullen, 

*1850, Augustus 
Purinton, 

1894, Herbert R. 
Putnam, 

1898, Amasa S. 

Ratnette, 

1894, Edouard C. 
Ramsdell, 

18S9, Thomas J. 
Ramsey, 

1896, Charles I. 
Rand, 

1883, Benjamin 
Randall, 

*1840, Silas B. 

*1875, William H. 
Randolph, 

*1862, Moses M. 
Raymond, 

1877, George T. 
*1867, Lewis F. 

Read, 
*1855, Andrew 

1878. Edward A. 
*1871, George R. 
*1834, George W. 
*1858, James S. 

1878, Samuel A. 
Record, 

*1869, Isaiah 

*1863. StiUman H. 
Rector, 

1881, Frank 
Redden, 

*1899, Winfield S. 
Reding, 

*1840, Charles W. 

Reed, 

1874, Miles N. 

1907, Peryl C. 
Reekie, 

1894, Charles T. 
Rees, 

1868, Joseph W. 
Reese, 

1878, Charles A. 
Reid, 

1877, George D. 
Remington, 

*1870, Charles A. 
Reynolds, 
*1836. James L. 

1892. William J., Jr. 
Rhoades, 
*1836, Benjamin H. 

1884, Charles L. 
Rice, 

1865, Walter 
Rich, 

1863, Adoniram J. 
Richards, 

*1842, Samuel 
Richardson, 

1899, Charles C. 
*1863, Charles H. 



1900, Frederic C. 
*1844, Horace 
♦1842, John G. 

1882, John W. 

1872, Justin K. 
*1855, Samuel 

Rideout, 

1912, Amos A. 

1912, Frank C. 
Ringgold, 

1893. Andrew T. 
Ripley, 

*1853, Thomas H. 
Riseborough, 

1912, Charles 
Robbins, 

1891, Frank E. 

1902, Joseph C. 
Robert, 

1865, James A. 
Roberts, 

1908, Arthur G. 

1873, Edward P. 

1913, WiUiamH.,Jr. 
Robins, 

1861, Henry E. 
Robinson, 
1867, Amos 
*1842, Ezekiel G. 

1898. Fred A. 
*1853, George M, 
1873, Julius B. 
1880, WiUiam H. 
Rockwood, 

*1841, Joseph M. 
Rogers, 
*1878. Henry A. 

1907. Nathan B. 
*1867. Thomas L. 
Rohrbach, 

1913, Hans H. 
Rollins, 

1911, Lyman 
Rood, 

*1897, EUsworth C. 
Roscoe, 

*1883, Arthur N. 
Rose, 

1904, Charles W. 

1912, Francis H. 
Rosecrans, 

1895, Charles E. 
Ross, 

1877, James G. 
*1862, WUliam M. 

Rossier, 

1897, Albert P. 
Roten, 

1913, William O. 
Rouillard, 

1897, George F. 
Rounds, 

*1853, John 
Rowe, 

*1861, Charles H. 
Rowse, 

1889, William A. C. 
Royal, 

1895, Ernest A. 



i292 



THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION 



Royce, 

♦ 1847, Lorenzo D. 
Runyan, 

1881, Aaron W. 
Russel, 

1889, Josephs. 
Russell , 

1905, Joseph F. 

1894, Samuel 

1859, Thomas C. 
Rutledge, 

1912, Owen E. 

1909, William J. 
Ryder, 

1876, Francis W. 

Safford, 

1869, DeForest 

1903, Harry E. 
*1861, Henry G. 

Salsman, 
*1881, Charles H. 

1891, Frederick J. 
Samson, 
*1843, George W. 
1875, Thomas S. 
Sampson, 

1912, Wallace C. 
Sanders, 

1885, George D. 
Sanderson, 
1889, Elisha 
*1839, Pearley P. 
Sanford, 
1873, Rufus 
1911, Loran F. 
Sargent, 

1880 Aaron K. 
1869, Frank D. S. 
*1834, Jedidiah W. 

1887, Russell S. 
*1837, Sylvanus G. 
Saunders, 

1863, Edward M. 
*1875. Nathan C. 
Savage, 

1893, Chester G. 
1867, John W. 
Sawtelle, 

1904, Charles E. 
*1858, Henry A. 
*1860, Hannibal M. 

Sawyer, 
*1853, Artemus W. 
Scates, 

1898, Elmer E. 
Schaible, 

1903, Cornelius E. 
Schuh, 

1900, Manford W. 
Schweikert, 

1898 , Charles 

Scott, 

1881, Charles S. 

1910, Freeman J. 
*1842, Jacob R. 

Scovilie, 

1887, Augustus E. 
Searll , 
*1858. James W. 



Sears, 

*1828, Bamas 
Seasholes, 

1892, Charles L. 
Seaver, 

*1851, Joseph H. 
Sedgwick, 

1864, Joseph H. 
Severance, 

*1882, Samuel A. 
Shailer, 
*1837, Davis T. 
*1845, Julius S. 
*1837, William H. 
Shaw, 
*1898, Aldrich C. 
*1842, Benjamin F. 
1873, Erastus M. 
1894, Harry S. 

1891, John A. 

Shedd, 

*1867, WiUiam H. 
Sheldon, 

* 18.35, David N. 
Shepardson, 
*1874, Daniel 
Sherwood, 

1906, Ralph A. 
1886, Richard O. 

Shirk, 

*1886, Granville C. 

Shumway, 

1894, Walter B. 

Sieg, 

*1835, Francis F. 
Silliman, 

*18ol, Samuel G. 
Silva, 

1895, Francisco C.B. 
Simmons, 

*1854, James B. 
Simons, 

*1831, Thomas 
Simpson, 

1881, Douglas H. 

1893, Joshua B. 
Sjostrand, 

1902, Erik 
Skiles, 

1888, William C. 
Skinner, 

1879, Joseph D. 
Slater, 

1897, John R. 
Sloat, 

1909, Horace B. 
Slocum, 

1892, Henrv T. 

1896, Joel B. 
1883, WUliam F. 

Small, 

1879, Albion W. 

1873, Edwin S. 
Smallman, 

1896, William M. 
Smith, 

1876, Arvin A. 
♦1832, Archar B. 

1893, Arthur W. 



1863, Daniel A. W. 

1913. Elbert J. 
*1826, Eh B. 
*1885, Eh N. 
*1840, Francis 
*1877, Gaylord B. 

1889, Hibbert B. 
*1840, Jackson 

1879, James L. 
*1851, James W. 

1897. John E. 
*1834, Joseph 
*1845, Josiah T. 
*1857, Lucius E. 
*1850, Samuel K. 

1912, Walters. 
1883, Wesley L. 

*1839, WilHam 

1913, William 

1896, WiUiam A. 
Snell, 

1889, Arthur L. 

1897, Edwin F. 
Snow, 

*18.58, Charles A. 
1900, Charles L. 

1896, Daniel C. 
1888, Fred A. 

Snyder, 

*1853, Abraham 
Spalding, 

*18.50, Amos F. 

1868, Charles H. 
Spaulding, 

1883, Albert D. 
Spear, 

1884, Charles C. 
Speed, 

1899, Henry C. 
Spence, 

*1846, George S. G. 
Spencer, 

*1883, Hezekiah A. 

1869. William H. 
Spidell, 

1899, Wilbert F. 
Spidle, 

1903, Simeon 
Spinney, 

1876, Edmund C. 

1880, WiUiam A. 
Spun-, 

1878, John C. 
Stackpole, 

*1870, Stephen H. 
Stait, 

1897, Frederick W. 
Stallings, 

1913, William H. 
Stanley, 

1873, Wmiam E. 
Stanton, 

1907, Albert H. 

1894, John G. 
Starratt, 

1909, Frank A. 
Stearns, 

1870, Harrison W. 
*1846, Oakman S. 

1883. WiUiam O. 



INDEX OF STUDENTS 



293 



Stetson, 

1913, Harlan T. 
Stevens, 
*1879, Adoniram J. 
*1836, Edward A. 
♦1864, Edward O. 
*1S50, Henry J. 
1861. Solon W. 

1875. William E. 
Stewart, 

♦ 1842. Henry G. 

1876. Thomas M. 
Stickney, 

*1847. George W. 
Stockbridge, 

*1844, John C. 

*1S43. Joseph 
Stone, 

*1842, Luther 

1911, Ralph A. 
1894, Walter L. 

Stonecipher, 

1891. Martin C. 
Storey, 

1906, Ralph E. 
Stover, 

1898, Eugene H. 
Stowe, 

*1846, William 
Stowell, 

1875. Alfred S. 
Strong, 

*1835. Harrison W. 
Stubbert, 

1874. John R. 
Studley, 

*1878. James N. 
Sturtevant, 

1881, Andrew J. 
Sullivan, 

1880, Frank L. 
Swaffield, 

1912, Frank M. 

1910, Walter D. 
1889, Walter J. 

Swaim, 

1877, Joseph S. 
*1833, Samuel B. 
Swainhart, 

1875, George 
Sweet, 

*1887, Enoch H. 
Sweetland, 

1911. William V. 

Sydnor, 

*1841. Thomas W. 

Symonds, 

*184S. James M. 
*1850, Thomas M. 

Talbot, 

*185o, Samson 
Tanner, 

1905. Walter E. 
Tate, 

1877, Henry W. 
Taylor, 

1888, Elwyn O. 

1874, Joseph H. 

*1851. Samuel W. 



Tedford, 

1906, Willard S. 
Tenny, 

1896, Charles A. 

1912, Charles B. 
Thayer, 

1887, Herbert E. 
1906, WilHara T. 
Thieie, 

1874, Henry W. 

Thomas, 

1911, Albert C. 
*1860, Benjamin C. 
*1835, Cornelius A. 
*1873, Eugene E. 
*1879, George W. 

1879, Judson B. 

1894, Leo B. 
1876, Oscar D. 
1904, Raphael C. 
18S0, Willis F. 

Thombs, 

*1887, Arthur B. 
Thompson, 
1881. Henrv M. 
1908, John H. 
*1892, Murk 
1868, William R. 
Thorns, 

1875, James P. 
Thorp, 

*1858, Aaron 
Thurlow, 

1911, George L. 
Thwing, 

1872, Melville C. 
Tibbits, 

1895, Henry F. 

Tidd, 

1913, John A. 
Tilden, 

1885, Herbert 

1875, Horace W. 

1885, Howard B. 
Tilley, 

1880, Charles C. 
Ti'.son, 

*1851, Jonathan 
Til ton, 
*1869, Austin V. 

1891, John F. 
Tindell, 

1874, Samuel W. 
Tingley, 

1893, James W. 

1838, Llewellyn J. 
*1831, Timothy C. 

Titus, 

1885, George B. 

Tolman, 

*187S, Robert F. 
Tomkinson, 

1908, George E. 
Topliff, 

*1849, Calvin H. 
Tower, 

1867, Francis E. 
Townsend, 

*1841, George N. 
Trask 
*1834', William G. 



Trenbcrth, 

1898. John H. 

Trow, 

1881. George C. 
Tsaras, 
*1887, George C. 

Tuck, 

1889, Edward A. 
Tucker, 

1879. Elmer B. 
*1841. Elijah W. 
*1858. James T. 

1876, William S. 

Tufts, 

*1877, George E. 
Tullar, 

1891, Clarance E. 
TuUer, 

1887, Edward P. 
Tunnell, 

1891, Spencer 
Tupper, 

*1862, Henry M. 
Turnbull, 

1876, Alexander 
Turner, 

1887, Benjamin F. 

1899, Charles W. 
*1S92, Robert E. 

Tuttle, 

1870, Harvey H. 
Twomey, 

1903, M. Joseph 

Ufford, 

1905, Albert F. 
Underhill, 

1914, Chester J. 
Upham, 
*1877, Albert G. 
*1840, James 
Upton, 

1887, Charles R. 

Van Home, 

*1852, Thomas B. 
Van Kirk, 

1887, Robert W. 
Vannah, 

1914, Guy L. 
Vaughan, 

*1861, Henry 
Ventres, 

1905, Ernest E. 

IS 58, William H. S. 
Vinal, 

*1878, Frederick A. 
Vinton, 

1900, Sumner R. 

Wad?., 
*1S29, Beniamin C 
*1S81, Daniel A. 
*1869. Levi C. 
Wadsworth, 

1890, Arthur L. 
Waetjen, 

1893, Herman W. 
Wakvnnan, 

1890, WilHam W. 
Walcott, 

1913, Clifton H. 



294 



THE NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION 



Walden, 

*1S70, Warren N. 
Waldron, 

1889, John M. 
Walker, 

1863, Henry O. 
190:!, Lewis A. 
*1840, Obed B. 
*1855, William H. 
Wallace, 

1895, Isaiah B. 

1886, Gates C. S. 
*1841, Samuel 

Waller, 

1887, Gamett R. 
Walther, 

1896, Joseph 
Walworth, 

1900, James J. 
Ward, 

1908, Cassius A. 
Warder, 

*1849, Joseph W. 
Warner, 

1903, Albert G. 

189.5, James E. 

*1872, Wiuiam R. 

Warren, 

*186e, George W. 

1912, Gordon C. 
*1838, Jonah G. 

W^aterman, 
*1S69, Henrj' B. 

Waters, 

1907, Charles A. 
*1836, George 

Watjen, 

1893, Herman W. 
Watt, 

1894, George H. 
Watts, 

1907, Ailison M. 

1898, John F. 
Wayland, 

*1852, Heman L. 
Webb, 
*1834, Abner 
1885, Anscn J. 
1893, Robert L. 
Webber, 

1902, Edmund D. 
Weber, 

1913, Paul 
V/ebster, 

1893, Brinton M. 
*1878, David 
Weeks, 

1906, Adoniram J. 

1883, Albrrt W. 

1881, John W. 

1881, Wiuiam M. 
Weinstock, 

1899, Otto C. 
Wellington, 

*1847, Horace 

Wells, 

1909, George R. M. 
Welton, 

*!869, Daniel M. 
Wester, 

1877, Cornelius N. 



B. 



Westgate, 

*18C6, HoUisS. 
Weston, 

*1S58, Charles F. 

*1862, David 
1S84, Frank S. 

*1843, Henn' G. 

*1826, John E. 
Whan, 

1909, William D. 
Wheaton, 

1913. Clarence L 
Wheeler, 

18S5, Charles H. 
1905. Frank W. 
*1881, George D 
1863. Nelson J. 
Wheelock, 

1872, Isaac R. 
Whidden, 
*1848, Edgar 
1894, Howard P. 
Whitaker, 
*1847, Jonathan E. 
1887, Robert 

1887, Thomas A. 
1894, AA'iUiam C. 

Whitcoinb, 

1912, Howard C. 
White, 

1890, Charles L. 
1897, I'rederic M. 
1893, Gilbert J. C. 
1897, Howard H. 

1899, Herbert J. 
*1879, Theodore F. 
*1842, AViliiam A. 

Whitehouse, 

1896, George E. 
Whitelock, 

1914, Herbert R. 
Whitfield, 

1859, George 
*1858, Theodore 
Whiting, 

*1850, .Samuel M. 
Whitman, 
*1890, Benainh L. 
1902, Clarence L. 
1881, Freeman T. 
1892, George E. 
1901, Melbourne B 
*i828, Seth S. 
Whitney, 

1881, Alfred B. 

1888, Frank C. 

1900. William B. 

Whittcmorc, 

1882, Edwin C. 
1868, George H. 
1909, Roy E. 

Whittier, 

*1868, Edward A. 
Wightman, 

*1857, Joseph C. 
Wilbur, 

*1S51. Henry R. 
Wilcox, 

1913. Flovd C. 
*1830, James F. 
*18;>o. Horace A. 

Wiley, 
*1850, Frederick 



Willard, 

*1833, Erastus 
*1830, Frederick A. 
Willcox, 

*1867, Monson A. 
Williams, 

1897, Charles B. 

1884, Charles W. 

*1S74, George W. 

1897, Henry B. 
*1847, JohnaW. M. 
*1840, Nathaniel M. 

Willmarth, 

*1833, Isaac M. 
Wilson, 

1891, Crawford P. 
1901, Edwin O. 

*1845, Franklin 

1909, James C. 
1887. John B. 

*1S77, Joseph H. 
*1874, Norman B. 

1898, William F. 
Winkler, 

*1846, Edwin T. 
Winn, 

1895, Arthur L. 

* 18.53, Daniel D. 

*1870, Henry A. 

*1881, William B. 
Wise, 

1897, Herbert E. 
Witter, 

1912, Theodore V. 
Wolfe, 

1904, Charles W. 
Wolfenden, 

1913, Percival F. 
Womersley, 

*1855, Thomas 
Wood, 

1910, Basil B. 

1898, Idell H. 
1900, Nathan R 
1886, Whitman L. 

Woodall, 

1898, William H. 
Woodbury, 

*1839, Isaac 

*1829, John 

*1864, Samuel 

1911, Walter E. 
Woodman, 

1875, Prentiss M. 
Woods, 

1892, Henry B. 
Woodsum, 

1879, Ansley E. 

1900, Jonas H. 
Wright, 
*1833. Calvin 

1913. Hubert A. 
Wvman, 

1883. Drew T. 

1884, John M. 
1886, Windsor H. 

Young. 

1877. Charles E. 
*1882, Frederick M. 
*1S85, Joseph L. M. 

Zettervall, 
1909. Jonas P. 



ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS 



Page 1, line 34, for 1907— Mr. Charles C. Barry, 

read 1907-1911 *Mr. Charles C. Barry 
1912— Mr. Henry H. Kendall 

Page 6, line 29, for 1901 Mr. Charles C. Barry, 

read 1901 *Mr. Charles C. Barry *1911 

Page 12, line 25, for U. Lewis, read U. Lewis., 

Page 30, line 29, for May 25, 1830, read May 25, 1850 

Page 35, line 20, for agt. A. B. H. M. Soc., 1859-62, read agt. 
A. B. H. M. S., 1849-62 

Page 43, line 4, for John B. Guild, read John B Guild 

Page 75, line 9, for d. Butternut Ridge, 1908, read d. Butter- 
nut Ridge, June 11, 1907 

Page 79, line 38, for New York, M. D.; Jef. Med. C, read New 
York; M. D., Jef . Med. C. 

Page 93, line 17, for ad. to bar, 1888, read adm. to bar, 1888 

Page 101, lines 26 and 27, for Pittsburg, read Pittsburgh 

Page 102, line 6, to record of *ALONZO BUNKER, add d. 
Groton, Mar. 8, 1912 

Page 103, line 34, for 11— *4, read 11— *5 

Page 123, line 5, after author, insert Three Christian Mothers, 
1876; after 1881; insert Crusaders and Captives, 1890; 

Page 141, line 41, for N. Y., 1877, read N. Y., Nov. 22, 1876 

Page 213, heading, for 1894, read 1893 

line 1, for Balcolm, read Balcom 

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