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THE ONE-HUNDREDTH 
ANNUAL CATALOGUE 



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The 
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THE ONE-HUNDREDTH 
ANNUAL CATALOGUE 



OF 



The 
PITTSBURGH 
THEOLOGICAL 

SEMINARY 



OF THE 



UNITED PRESBYTERIAN 

CHURCH OF NORTH 

AMERICA 




CENTENNIAL EDITION 



1924 - 1925 






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PRESENT SE^nNAKY BUILDING 



The Control and Management 




i|HE Seminary was founded in 1825. It is under 
the control of the First Synod of the West and 



I the Synods of New York, Ohio, and Pitts- 
burgh. Its immediate management is committed to a 
Board of Directors and a Board of Trustees. The Board 
of Directors consists of six ministers and three elders 
from each Synod, serving for a term of three years, 
one-third being elected each year. Three additional 
ministers are elected by the Alumni Association, 
serving for a term of three years, one being elected 
each year. This Board has the general control of the 
Seminary, subject to the authority of the Synods, ap- 
points the Trustees, and provides funds for the institu- 
tion. The Board of Trustees is the corporate body 
which holds and manages the real estate and the funds 
of the Seminary. It consists of nine members, three 
being appointed annually to serve for a term of three 
years. The term and the course of study of the Semi- 
nary are determined by the General Assembly. 







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The Board of Directors 

The First Synod of the West 

End of Term 

The Rev. Orin A. Keach, D.D 1925 

Akron, Ohio 

The Rev. W. E. Purvis, D.D 1925 

Grove City, Pa. 

Mr. Percy L. Craig 1925 

New Castle, Pa. 

The Rev. R. G. Ferguson, D.D., LL.D 1926 

New Wilmington, Pa. 

The Rev. J. Alvin Orr, D.D 1926 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Mr. James W. Grove 1926 

Sewickley, Pa. 

The Rev. A. H. Baldinger, D.D 1927 

Butler, Pa. 

The Rev. Andrew J. Randles 1927 

New Castle, Pa. 

*Joseph C. Ohail, M.D 1927 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
*Died January 14, 1 ( >25. 

The Synod of New York 
The Rev. F. N. Crawford 1925 

Bovina Center, N. Y. 

jThe Rev. Lloyd H. Simpson 1925 

Ryegate, Vt. 

Mr. William J. Graham 1925 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

The Rev. John Lytle 1926 

Cambridge, N. Y. 
fRemoved from Synodical bounds. 

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Centennial Edition 
The Rev. E. E. Robb, D.D 1926 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Mr. Andrew H. Calderwood 1926 

Schenectady, N. V. 

The Rev. Thomas C. Atchison, D.D 

Lawrence, Mass. 

The Rev. Ralph S. McFadden 

Newburgh, N. Y. 

*Mr. George A. Armstrong 

Shushan, N. Y. 
*Died January 3, 1925. 



The Synod of Ohio 



The Rev. Mertz A. Eakin 1925 

Mansfield, Ohio 

The Rev. J. Knox Montgomery, D.D., LL.D.. .1925 

New Concord, Ohio 

Clyde F. Amos, Esq 1925 

Cadiz, Ohio 

The Rev. Charles Gilmore, D.D 1926 

Cadiz, Ohio 

The Rev. Homer B. Henderson 1926 

Detroit, Mich. 

Mr. J. B. McMechen 1926 

St. Clairsville, Ohio 

The Rev. J. I. Moore 1927 

Zanesville, Ohio 

The Rev. J. H. Spencer, D.D 1927 

Wooster, Ohio 

Mr. O. F. Garver 1927 

Mansfield, Ohio 

The Synod of Pittsburgh 
The Rev. George A. Long 1925 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

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The Pittsburgh Theological Seminary 

The Rev. W. J. McMichael, D.D 1925 

Greensburg, Pa. 

R. H. Meloy, Esq 1925 

Washington, Pa. 

The Rev. George M. Reed, D.D 1926 

Newville, Pa. 

The Rev. A. R. Robinson, D.D 1926 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

The Hon. J. R. Wylie 1926 

Wilkinsburg, Pa. 

The Rev. W. P. Aikin, D.D 192 7 

Canonsburg, Pa. 

The Rev. W. L. C. Samson 1927 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Mr. John A. Bell 1927 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

The Alumni Association 
The Rev. Ira G. McCreary 1925 

Aspinwall, Pa. 

The Rev. R. Harlan McCartney, D.D 1926 

Sharon, Pa. 

The Rev. W. T. Lytle 1927 

Ben Avon, Pa. 

The Officers of the Board of Directors 

The Rev. J. Alvin Orr, D.D., President 
The Rev. A. J. Randles, Vice-President 
The Rev. W. E. Purvis, D.D., Secretary 

The Committee of General Management 

Mr. John A. Bell, Chairman 
The Rev. W. L. C. Samson 
The Rev. George A. Long 

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Centennial Edition 

Mr. James W. Grove 

The Rev. W. E. Purvis, D.D. 
♦Joseph C. Ohail, M.D. 
The Rev. J. Alvin Orr, D.D. 
The Rev. A. R. Robinson, D.D. 

The Committee on Beneficiary Funds 
The Rev. John McNaugher, D.D., LL.D. 
Mr. John A. Bell 
Mr. James W. Grove 

Honorary Directors 

Mr. Hugh Kennedy, LL.D., Buffalo, N. Y. 

The Rev. George McCormick, D.D., Salinas, Cal. 

The Rev. W. E. McCulloch, D.D., Los Angeles, Cal. 

Mr. David McGowan, Steubenville, Ohio 

The Rev. Charles R. Watson, D.D., Cairo, Egypt 

The Rev. John A. Wilson, D.D., LL.D., Pittsburgh, 
Pa. 

The Board of Trustees 

The Rev. W. I. Wishart, D.D 1925 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Mr. Thos. Woods 1925 

Sewickley, Pa. 

Mr. John A. Bell 1926 

Carnegie, Pa. 

Mr. John Dewar 1926 

Bellevue, Pa. 

Mr. Frederick MacMillan 1926 

Des Moines, Iowa 
*Deceased. 

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The Pittsburgh Theological Seminary 
Mr. R. E. English 1927 

Grove City, Pa. 

Mr. J. E. Fulton 1927 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

The Hon. H. Walton Mitchell 1927 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

*Mr. Pressly T. McCance 1927 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

|Mr. W. Wallace Miller 1927 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Officers of the Board of Trustees 

The Rev. W. I. Wishart, D.D., President 

Mr. Thos. Woods, Vice-President 

Mr. J. E. Fulton, Secretary and Treasurer 

The Committee on Finance 

The Hon. H. Walton Mitchell, Chairman 
Mr. John A. Bell 
Mr. Thos. Woods 

The Committee on Seminary Premises 

*Mr. Pressly T. McCance, Chairman 
Mr. John Dewar |Mr. W. Wallace Miller 

The Purchasing Committee 

Mr. John Dewar, Chairman 
*Mr. Pressly T. McCance 
|Mr. W. Wallace Miller 
The Rev. John McNaugher, D.D. 

*Died October 3, 1924. 
fDied October 24, 1924. 

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ENTRANCE PITTSBURGH THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY 



Centennial Edition 

The Faculty 

The Rev. John McNaugher, D.D., LL.D. 

Professor of New Testament Literature and Exegesis 

321 Lafayette Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

The Rev. John A. Wilson, D.D., LL.D. 

Emeritus Professor of Church History and Government 

4343 Andover Terrace, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

The Rev. William R. Wilson, D.D. 

Professor of Pastoral Theology and Homiletics 

Dalzell Avenue, Ben Avon, Pa. 

The Rev. James D. Rankin, D.D. 

Professor of Systematic and Biblical Theology and 
Christian Sociology 

616 West North Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

The Rev. David F. McGill, D.D., LL.D. 

Professor of Church History and Government 

317 Home Avenue, Avalon, Pa. 

The Rev. James G. Hunt, D.D. 

Professor of Missions and Comparative Religion 

243 Hilands Avenue, Ben Avon, Pa. 

The Rev. James H. Grier, D.D. 

Professor of Old Testament Literature and Exegesis 

426 Orchard Avenue, Bellevue, Pa. 

Prof. Elbert R. Moses 

Instructor in Public Speaking 

930 North Lincoln Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Harold Jameson Ralston 

Instructor in Elementary Greek 

616 West North Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 



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The Pittsburgh Theological Seminary 



Officers of the Faculty 

The Rev. John McNaugher, D.D., LL.D. 

President 

The Rev. W. R. Wilson, D.D. 

Registrar 

The Rev. D. F. McGill, D.D., LL.D. 

Secretary 



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Centennial Edition 

The Catalogue of Students 

For the Session of 1924-1925 



Graduate Students in Th. M. Course 

The Rev. Joseph Willard Acheson 

Cairo, Egypt 

Westminster College, A.B. 

Presbytery of The Delta 

United Presbyterian Church 

The Rev. William Smyth Bamford 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Cleveland Presbytery 

United Presbyterian Church 

The Rev. Joseph Beckwith Brown 

Toronto, Ohio 

Muskingum College, A.B. 

Steubenville Presbytery 

United Presbyterian Church 

The Rev. Norwood Jackson Calhoun 

Loveland, Colo. 

Muskingum College, A.B. 

Colorado Presbytery 

United Presbyterian Church 

The Rev. Clark Freeman Campbell 

Gary, Ind. 
Westminster College, A.B. 

Chicago Presbytery 
United Presbyterian Church 

The Rev. John Alvin Campbell 

I. os Angeles, Calif. 

Westminster College, A.B. 

I. os Angeles Presbytery 

United Presbyterian Church 

The Rev. John Paul Courtney 

Grove City, Pa. 

Grove City College, A.B. 

Chicago Presbytery 

United Presbyterian Church 

The Rev. F. N. Crawford 

Bovina Center, N. Y. 

Tarkio College, A.B. 

Delaware Presbytery 

United Presbyterian Church 

The Rev. J. George Cunningham 

Boise, Idaho 

Monmouth College, A.B. 

Idaho Presbytery 

United Presbyterian Church 



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The Pittsburgh Theological Seminary 

The Rev. Antonio DiStasi 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Bloomfield College 

Pittsburgh Presbytery 

Presbyterian Church 

The Rev. Ernest Gallagher Forrester 

Canton, Ohio 

University of Pittsburgh, A.B. 

Mansfield Presbytery 

United Presbyterian Church 

The Rev. George Richard Haden 

Arnold, Pa. 

Geneva College 

Pittsburgh Conference 

Methodist Episcopal Church 

The Rev. William Franklin Harkey 

Houston, Pa. 

Erskine College, A.B. 

Chartiers Presbytery 

United Presbyterian Church 

The Rev. George Edgar Henderson 

Chase City, Va. 

Franklin College, A.B. 

Frankfort Presbytery 

United Presbyterian Church 

The Rev. Arthur H. Kuhlman 

Dormont, Pa. 

Wittenburg College, A.B. and M.A. 

Pittsburgh Synod 

United Lutheran Church 

The Rev. Samuel McPherson Laing 

Springfield, Ohio 

Muskingum College, A.B. 

Xenia Presbytery 

United Presbyterian Church 

The Rev. Howard Ellsworth Lloyd 

Springdale, Pa. 

Ohio Wesleyan University, A.B. 

Ohio University, A.B. 

Pittsburgh Conference 

Methodist Episcopal Church 

The Rev. Joseph Oscar McCown 

Leechburg, Pa. 

Erskine College, A.B. 

Kiskiminetas Presbytery 

United Presbyterian Church 

The Rev. William Bertram McCrory 

Ainsworth, Iowa 

Sterling College, A.B. 

Keokuk Presbytery 

United Presbyterian Church 

The Rev. Walter J. Meade 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Woodstock College, A.B. 

Pittsburgh Baptist Association 



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Centennial Edition 

The Rev. John Wilson Meloy 

Steffin Hill, Pa. 

Monmouth College, A.B. 

Beaver Valley Presbytery 

United Presbyterian Church 

I he Rev. John Snodgrass Mulholland 

Cleveland, Ohio 
Westminster College, A.B. 

Cleveland Presbytery 
United Presbyterian Church 

The Rev. James Hunter Miller 

Venetia, Pa. 

Muskingum College, A.B. 

Chartiers Presbytery 

United Presbyterian Church 

The Rev. L. Frank Patterson 

Lisbon, Ohio 

Muskingum College, A.B. 

Steubenville Presbytery 

United Presbyterian Church 

The Rev. Willard V. Ritchie 

Kittanning, Pa. 

Muskingum College, A.B. 

Kiskiminetas Presbytery 

United Presbyterian Church 

The Rev. Carl Albert Skoog 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Bethany College 

Pittsburgh Conference 

Methodist Episcopal Church 

The Rev. J. T. Vorhis 

Los Angeles, Calif. 

Muskingum College, A.B. 

Los Angeles Presbytery 

United Presbyterian Church 

The Rev. John Miller Wishart 

Carnegie, Pa. 

Muskingum College, A.B. 

Pittsburgh Presbytery 

Presbyterian Church 

The Rev. William L. Wishart 

Unity Station, Pa. 

Muskingum College, A.B. 

Westmoreland Presbytery 

United Presbyterian Church 

The Rev. Clarence Leroy Wright 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Bethany College, M.A.; Grove City College, Ph.D. 

Pittsburgh Presbytery 

Presbyterian Church 

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The Pittsburgh Theological Seminary 
Senior Class 

Name and Residence College Date of Presbytery 

Graduation 

John Lowrie Anderson Westminster 1922 Mercer 
New Wilmington, Pa. 

Daniel Cavitt Campbell Muskingum 1922 Cleveland 
Alliance, Ohio 

Jesse Mullen Dale Erskine 1922 Monongahela 
I ampico, Mexico 

Charles Arlington Dittmar Muskingum 1922 Allegheny 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Raymond B. Drukker Muskingum .... Allegheny 
Zeeland, Mich. 

Benjamin Bonaparte Evans Knoxville 1920 Tennessee 
Gum Fork, Va. 

WilfordOhlen HeggelGarman Philadelphia 1922 Philadelphia 

Philadelphia, Pa. School of Bible 

George Lynn Gibbs Harvard .... Baptist Assn. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Harold Sleeth Giffen Muskingum 1922 Muskingum 
New Concord, Ohio 

Roy Emerson Grace Philadelphia 1921 Philadelphia 

Philadelphia, Pa. School of Bible 

Charles Lincoln Hussey Muskingum 1922 Kansas City 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Harold Jean Lackey Washington and 1916 Allegheny 

Mayview, Pa. Jefferson 

Wm. James Harper McKnight Westminster 1922 Caledonia 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

William Wade Miller Muskingum 1922 Big Spring 
Lewistown, Pa. 

Robt. Nathaniel Montgomery Muskingum 1921 Muskingum 
New Concord, Ohio 

George J. Murdoch Muskingum 1922 Argyle 
Cambridge, N. Y. 

Alexander M. Noble Salvation Army 1918 Westmoreland 

Sandusky, Ohio College, N. Y. 

Robert Adair Parvin Wheaton .... Philadelphia 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

M. Emmilinne Pitt University of .... Pittsburgh 

Pittsburgh Pittsburgh 

Clarence James Sutton Muskingum 1916 Wheeling 
St. Clairsville, Ohio 

Richard Chester Sutton Wooster 1922 Mansfield 
Wooster, Ohio 

George Raymond White Philadelphia 1922 Philadelphia 

Philadelphia, Pa. School of Bible 

Robert McWatty Wilson Muskingum 1922 Allegheny 
Ben Avon, Pa. 

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Centennial Edition 



Middle Class 



Name and Residence 

Otto Paul Beighley 
E. McKeesport, Pa. 

Henry Sallows Evans 
Bellevue, Pa. 

Harry Herman Graham 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Paul McBride Gillis 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Walter J. Graig 

Davenport, N. Y. 

Christian Fred. Kenneweg 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

George Narsmith Neill 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Everett Marcellus Nesbitt 
New Castle, Pa. 

James Calvin Reid, Jr. 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Harry Bryant Rhine 
E. McKeesport, Pa. 

Roderic Lee Smith 

Arkansas City, Kans. 

Alvin William Stewart 
New York City 

Ross Stevenson Wilson 
Ben Avon, Pa. 



College Date of Presbytery 

Graduation 

Muskingum 1923 Westmoreland 



Westminster 1923 Allegheny 



Westminster 1923 Monongahela 



Muskingum 1923 Allegheny 



Delaware 



Muskingum 1923 Allegheny 



Ohio State 
U. of Pgh. 



Erskine 



Monmoutl 



Columbia 



Allegheny 



Westminster 1922 Mercer 



1922 Associate 

Reformed 

.... Westmoreland 



1923 Arkansas Valley 



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Muskingum 1922 Allegheny 



Frank Calhoun Black 
Dayton, Pa. 

Walter Buxton Branning 
Bellevue, Pa. 



Junior Class 

Westminster 1924 Monongahela 
.... Allegheny 



David Rayburn Campbell Westminster 1924 Monongahela 

Woodville, Pa. 



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The Pittsburgh Theological Seminary 

Name and Residence College Date of Presbytery 

Graduation 

Virgil McComb Cosby Muskingum 

Ellwood City, Pa. 

Charles Donald Royal Tech. 

Kilryth, Scotland Glasgow 

Ernest Elliott Eaton Clark 

Wilmerding, Pa. 

Stillman Allen Foster Westminster 

Shushan, N. Y. 

Albert Edmund Gregg Muskingum 

Castledawson, Ireland 

Thomas Clifford Hay Muskingum 

Saxonburg, Pa. 

Manford Llewellyn Kemper Kansas Wesleyan 
Los Angeles, Cal. 

Archibald G. Montgomery Washington and 1917 

Marwood, Pa. Jefferson 

Dwight Alfred Nichol Muskingum 

Indiana, Pa. 

Harold Jameson Ralston Tarkio 

Tarkio, Mo. 

William Joseph Robb Akron Univ. 

Akron, Ohio 

Thomas Clifford Strangeway Westminster 
Walton, N. Y. 

Ferdimore Edward Vogan Westminster 

Sandy Lake, Pa. 

Alfred Wilbur Wishart Muskingum 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Herbert Vincent Wright Geneva 

New Brighton, Pa. 



1923 


Beaver Valley 




Allegheny 




Westmoreland 


1923 


Argyle 


1924 


Muskingum 


1924 


Butler 




Los Angeles 


1917 


Butler 


1921 


Conemaugh 


1922 


College Springs 


1923 


Cleveland 


1924 


Delaware 


1924 


Lake 


1922 


Allegheny 




Lake 



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Centennial Edition 



Irregular 



Name and Residence College Date of Presbytery 

Graduation 



Dwight Funk Bracken 
Bloomington, 111. 


Univ. of 
Illinois 


1921 


Pgh. Conf. 
M. E. Church 


Joseph Beckwith Brown 
Toronto, Ohio 


Muskingum 


1921 


Steubenville 


John Russell Craig 
Philadelphia, Pa. 


University of 
Pennsylvania 




Philadelphia 


Harvey Hutcheson McClellan 
Olathe, Kans. 


Sterling 


1922 


Garnett 


Charles Harvey McClung 
Leipsic, Ohio 


Muskingum 


1909 


Des Moines 


George Waller Pender 






Pgh. Conf. 
M. E. Church 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 





Women in Special Courses 

Mrs. Albert Smith, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Institutions Represented by Resident Students 

Akron University, Ohio 

Clark University, Massachusetts 

Columbia University, New York 

Erskine College, South Carolina 

Geneva College, Pennsylvania 

Harvard University, Massachusetts 

Kansas Wesleyan, Kansas 

Knoxville College, Tennessee 

Monmouth College, Illinois 

Muskingum College, Ohio 2 

Philadelphia School of the Bible, Pennsylvania 

Royal Tech., Glasgow, Scotland 

Salvation Army College, New York 

Sterling College, Kansas 

Tarkio College, Missouri 

Washington and Jefferson College, Pennsylvania 2 

Westminster College, Pennsylvania 10 

Wheaton College, Illinois 

Wooster College, Ohio 

University of Illinois, Illinois 

University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 2 

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The Pittsburgh Theological Seminary 
Localities Represented by Resident Students 

California 1 

Illinois 1 

Ireland 1 

Kansas 2 

Mexico 1 

Michigan 1 

Missouri 1 

New York 6 

North Carolina 1 

Ohio 8 

Pennsylvania 34 

Scotland 1 

Virginia 1 



Summary of Students 

Graduates 28 

Seniors 23 

Middlers 13 

Juniors 18 

Irregular 6 

Women in Special Courses 1 

Historical Attendance 

The total number of students who have taken com- 
plete or partial courses in this Seminary is 1608. Fif- 
teen women are within this total. In 1924 (per min- 
utes of the General Assembly) 576 of the 937 living 
ministers of the United Presbyterian Church had been 
students in the Pittsburgh Seminary. 



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Centennial Edition 



The Term and Course of Study 

1. The term of study is three annual sessions, 
divided at the middle of January into two semesters 
each. The next session begins Wednesday, Septem- 
ber 23, 1925, and closes Thursday, May 6, 1926. At- 
tendance from the beginning of the term and at all 
class appointments throughout the year is required. 

2. The curriculum of the Seminary is prescribed 
by the General Assembly. The aim of instruction is to 
send our students out thoroughly trained for (a) Bible 
Teachers; (b) American pastors, either in city or rural 
districts; (c) foreign service in the mission field. The 
courses of study are so arranged that they may be com- 
pleted in three years. Sufficient electives, moreover, 
are offered to provide a profitable fourth year's work 
for any desiring advanced study leading to a Master's 
degree. 

3. The regular class hours are from 8:00 o'clock 
in the morning to 12:30. There is afternoon instruc- 
tion in Public Speaking. On Friday at one o'clock in 
the afternoon preaching exercises are held in the 
Pressly Chapel. There are no recitations on Monday. 



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The Pittsburgh Theological Seminary 

OUTLINE OF STUDY 

For the Session of 1925-1926 



Department of Old Testament 
Literature and Exegesis 

Dr. Grier 

Hebrew Language 

These courses aim to acquaint the student with 
the original language of the Old Testament and thus 
lay the foundation for exegetical study; also to give him 
sufficient linguistic background to deal intelligently 
with the critical and literary problems which arise from 
a study of the original text. 

* 1. Elements of Hebrew. The elements of Hebrew are 
studied during the Junior year according to the 
inductive method. The chief grammatical forms are 
mastered, the first eight chapters of Genesis furnish- 
ing the basis of work. Special attention is given to 
the verb and the mastering of a working vocabulary. 
Junior year, First semester, four hours per week. 

3. Hebrew Reading. This course aims to complete the 
grammar and read rapidly prose selections from 
the Pentateuch and Latter Prophets. 

Junior year. Second semester, three hours per 
week. 

7. Advanced Hebrew. Rapid reading and exegesis. With 

special reference to vocabulary and grammar. Selec- 
tions from the Pentateuch and Samuel. 

1926 First semester, two hours per week. Elec- 
tive. 

8. Advanced Hebrew. Rapid reading and exegesis. Selec- 

tions from the Pentateuch, Minor prophets and the 
Psalms. 

1925 First Semester, two hours per week. Elec- 
tive. 

26. Messianic Prophecy. A Study in Hebrew of the Mes- 
sianic element in Old Testament Prophecy. 

Second semester, one hour per week. Elective. 

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Centennial Edition 
Hebrew Literature 

The following courses are open to all students, 
whether they have taken Hebrew or not. These courses 
cover the Pentateuch, the Wisdom Literature, the 
Psalms, the Major and Minor Prophets. For other 
courses on the Old Testament see the Department of 
English Bible. 

^15. The Canon and Text. A course of fifteen lectures, with 
library reference and special papers prepared by the 
students. 

Middle year, First semester, one hour per week. 

""17. The Pentateuch. A study of the critical problems 
centering in these books. The method is lecture, 
supplemented by Dr. James Orr's The Problem of the 
Old Testament. 

Middle year, First semester, one hour per week. 

19. The Wisdom Literature. A rapid survey of the wisdom 
books of the Old Testament and a careful study of 
the book of Job. 

Senior year, Second semester, two hours per week. 

21. The Major Prophets. A careful analysis of the book of 
Isaiah, emphasizing its Messianic content; and a 
rapid review of Jeremiah and Ezekiel. 

Middle year, Second semester, two hours per week. 

^23. The Minor Prophets and the Megilloth, I. This course 
aims to study the introductory features and contents 
of the prophets Hosea, Joel, Obadiah, Habakkuk, 
Haggai, and Malachi. Also the Song of Solomon. 
First semester, two hours per week, 1925. Elec- 
tive. 

v 24. The Minor Prophets and the Megilloth, II. This course 
aims to cover the introductory features and contents 
of the prophets Amos, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Zepha- 
mah, and Zechanah. Also Ecclesiastes and Lament- 
ations. 

First semester, two hours per week, 1926. Elec- 
tive. 

v 27. Historical Geography of the Holy Land. George Adam 

Smith's Historical Geography is used as a text-book. 

1 he ground is covered carefully with Bible and maps. 

Second semester, two hours per week. Elective. 

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The Pittsburgh Theological Seminary 

Department of New Testament 
Literature and Exegesis 

Dr. McNaugher 
New Testament Greek 

33. Introductory Work. This is a course for those entering 
the Seminary without knowledge of the Greek lang- 
uage. 

Instructor, Mr. Harold J. Ralston. 
Junior year, First and Second semesters, three 
hours per week. 

Note: Not included in required 18 hours' work. 
" 35. Reading and Syntax. The origin and distinctive feat- 
ures of New Testament Greek will be reviewed. 
There will be a rapid critical reading of the Gospel 
according to John and the Epistle of James and First 
Peter. The grammar of New Testament Greek will 
be studied with the aid of Burton's Moods and Tenses 
and Robertson's Grammar of New Testament Greek. 
Junior year, First semester, three hours per week. 
Note: Elementary Greek students must take examination in advanced 
Creek as well as in elt mentary. 

New Testament Exegesis 

37. The Gospel According to Mark. The Gospel according 
to Mark will be studied in the Greek text. This work 
will be accompanied with a harmony survey of the 
Gospels generally. 

Junior year, first half of Second semester, three 
hours per week. 

^*39. Hebrews and Philippians. The Epistles to the Hebrews 
and the Philippians will be studied according to the 
grammatico-historical method of exegesis. Supple- 
mental requirements include original sectional para- 
phrases, theme papers, and special exegetical treat- 
ments of assigned passages. 

First and Second semesters, two hours per week. 
Elective. 1925-1926. 
1 *40. Romans. The Epistle to the Romans will be studied 
in the Greek text. Supplemental requirements in- 
clude original sectional paraphrases, theme papers, 
and special exegetical treatment of assigned passages. 
First and Second semesters, two hours per week. 
Elective. 1926-1927. 

*Studeiits are required to take either 39 or 40. 

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Centennial Edition 

New Testament Introduction and Literature 

In introduction Zahn's three-volumed work will 
be the standard reference, but this will be supplemented 
by other works embodying the modern treatment of 
introductory questions. 



1 42. Gospels. Literary and historical examination of the 
Gospels, including investigation of critical problems 
in the life of Christ. 

Junior year, second half of Second semester, 
three hours per week. 



^ 43. Acts and Pauline Epistles. A study of the critical and 

literary questions connected with the book of the 

Acts and the Pauline Epistles, accompanied with a 

full review of the life and work of the Apostle Paul. 

Middle year, First semester and first half of 

Second semester, two hours per week. 



^ 46. New Testament Textual Criticism. The work covers the 
sources of various readings, the history of criticism, 
the mutual relations and values of the authorities 
from which the original text of the New Testament 
is ascertained, and the leading principles and methods 
followed in determining the text. 

Middle year, second half of Second semester, 
two hours per week. 



* 49. Catholic Epistles. Introduction to the Catholic Epis- 
tles, covering the authorship, date, purpose, and 
peculiarities of each, with special examination in the 
original of important passages. 

Senior year, First semester, one and one-half 
hours per week. 



*" 52. The Canon. The New Testament Canon, its funda- 
mental idea, limiting principle, and process of organ- 
ization in the first three centuries; disputed books. 
Senior year, First semester, one-half hour per 
week. 

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* 255. Bible Hermeneiitics. This subject embraces both Test- 
aments. The treatment includes a survey of the 
various types of interpretation which have appeared 
in the history of the Church and the principles which 
lie at the foundation of sound exegesis. In connec- 
tion with this branch of study Apocalyptic literature 
is given attention and the Apocalypse of John is re- 
viewed at length. 

Second semester, two hours per week. Elective. 

^ Note: New Testament English Bible. This work accom- 
panies Introduction in the several classes as outlined under 
sections 37, 43, and 49. The Junior Class will have an outline 
review of the Gospels according to Matthew, Luke and John. 
The Middle Class will have a close paragraphic study of the 
Acts and the Pauline Epistles. The Senior Class will handle 
the Catholic Epistles and the Apocalypse of John. In English 
Bible the student is expected to prepare himself for the class- 
room by repeated consecutive readings of the several writings in 
their entirety, following the text of the American Standard 
Bible. Special examination is given important passages in this 
branch of study. 

Department of Systematic and 
Biblical Theology 

Dr. Rankin 
Systematic 1 heology 

Two hours a week during the first and second 
years and three during the third year are given to this 
subject. The aim is to give the students a clear com- 
prehension and a firm grasp of the great doctrines of the 
Christian faith and the place of each in the system of 
truth revealed in the Scriptures. The text-book used 
as a basis for study is Systematic Theology, by Dr. A. 
H. Strong. Supplementary lectures by the teacher, as- 
signed readings and papers by the members of the class 
upon theological problems complete the course. The 
doctrines and problems under special discussion in the 
theological world at the present are given particular 
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^ 61. Introduction to the Study of Theology, discussing its 
purpose, the sources, limitations and possibilities 
of its material and its relation to modern investiga- 
tion. 

a. The doctrine of God : The evidence of His exist- 

ence. 

b. The Scriptures a revelation from God; their super- 

natural character and Divine inspiration. 
Junior year, First semester, two hours per week. 

^ 64. The Nature, Decrees, and f forks of God: Creation, 
Providence, and Angelology. 

Junior year, Second semester, two hours per 
week. 

'V 67. The Doctrine of Man. The nature of man; the unity 
of the race; the original state of man; the fall of man. 
Sin, its nature, universality, and consequences to 
man. 

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70. The Doctrine of Salvation. The historical preparation 
for the coming of Christ. The person of Christ: His 
two natures; His two states; His offices, especial 
attention being given to His Priesthood involving 
the Atonement. 

Middle year, Second semester, two hours per 
week. 

73. The Application of Redemption Through the Work of the 
Holy Spirit. Union with Christ. Regeneration. 
Conversion. Justification. Sanctification. 

Senior year, First semester, two hours per week. 

76. A. The Doctrine of the Church. Its constitution, 
organization, government, and sacraments. 
B. The Doctrine of Final Things. Death, the inter- 
mediate state, the second coming of Christ, the resur- 
rection, the judgment, the final state of man. 

Senior year, Second semester, two hours per 
week. 

79. The Great Christian Doctrines. Moule. 

The purpose of this study is to fix in the minds of the 
students, at the close of their course, the fundamental 
doctrines, their nature and foundation. 

Second semester, two hours per week. Elective. 

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Biblical Theology 

Special attention is given in this department to the 
progressive revelation of truth as an objective historical 
process. The mergence of each great doctrine is noted, 
and each is followed through the Old Testament to its 
complete expression in the New Testament. The 
symbolism through which the revelation is expressed 
is carefully noted in order to gain the exact conception 
intended. The students are required to examine for 
themselves the Scriptural statements, and so are fitted 
to discriminate between what is revealed and what is 
inferential among the beliefs of men. 

V" 80. Old Testament Theology. (Oehler.) 

a. Its limits; its relation to modern scientific con- 

clusions. 

b. Mosaism: The history of revelation from the 

creation of man to the settlement of the Heb- 
rew people in Canaan. 

c. The prophetic contribution, beginning with 

Samuel and ending with the close of the Old 
Testament. 
Second semester, two hours per week. Elective. 

85. New Testament Theology. (Stevens or Weiss.) The 
greater light thrown by Christ and the Apostles upon 
the doctrines traced through the Old Testament is 
here studied. 

First semester, one hour per week. Elective. 

Department of Christian Sociology 

Dr. Rankin 

It is the aim of this department to apply the prin- 
ciples and social teachings of the Scriptures to the social 
and industrial problems of our day and thus prepare 
the future ministers of the Church to be sane and 
intelligent leaders of the religious and moral forces of 
society. The numerous social settlements welcome the 
assistance of our students, thus affording a fine oppor- 
tunity to study some of these problems at close range 
and in a practical way. The tenement districts, the 
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great industrial plants bring many of these vexed 
questions to our door. Pittsburgh is the industrial 
center of America and furnishes exceptional oppor- 
tunities to study these problems at close range. 

r 91. Christian Sociology. The text-books used are Christ in 
the Social Order and The Quest of Industrial Peace, 
Clow. Numerous other books are used as supple- 
mentary studies. These are supplemented by as- 
signed readings, lectures by the teachers, and papers 
by members of the class on assigned subjects. Each 
student is required to select a field for special investi- 
gation and to present his findings for class discussions. 
First Semester, two hours per week. Elective. 

Church History 

Dr. McGill 

l 101. Church History Outline. Covering the whole field from 
the Apostolic age to the present time. The purpose 
is to secure for the student a comprehensive know- 
ledge, of the periods, and the outstanding persons, 
events, movements and developments of each period 
in the history of the Church. 

Junior year, First semester, two hours. 

l 103. Church History Apostolic and Ancient. From the 
Apostolic Age to Gregory the Great. 100-590 A.D. 
The Church under the Apostles; struggle of Christian- 
ity with heathenism; heresies and Christian theology; 
doctrinal controversies; Church constitution and 
discipline; the worship and life of the Church. 
Junior year, Second semester, two hours. 

u^ 106. Church History Medieval. From Gregory the Great 
to the Reformation. 590-1517 A.D. The Germanic 
invasions; missionary enterprises; the Holy Roman 
Empire; the development of the Papal power; the 
Church and the State; Scholasticism; Mysticism; 
the Reforming Councils; the Renaissance; the Re- 
formers. 

Middle year, First semester, two hours. 

^ 108. Church History Modern. From the Reformation to the 
present day. The causes and results of the Reforma- 
tion; the Counter Reformation; the Puritans; the 
Pietists; the Rationalists; European countries under 
Roman Catholic rule; America in the Colonial era; 
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of denominational movements and crises in the 
United States; the history of the United Presbyterian 
Church. 

Middle year, Second semester, two hours. 

111. History of Doctrine. Methodology; influence of Greek 
philosophy; history of Apologetics; history of Trini- 
tarianism and Christology; Anthropology; Soteri- 
ology; the history of the Creeds. 

Senior year, First semester, three hours. 

L ^ 115. Biographic History. A study of the personality of the 
men who have done most to formulate the doctrines 
and creeds of the Church; Clement and Origen; 
Athanasius and Augustine; Anselm and Aquinas; 
Luther and Calvin; and the more modern philo- 
sophers and theologians. 

Senior year, First semester, one hour. 

227. Apologetics. A condensed presentation of the Evidences 
of Christianity, with special reference to the Bible as 
the supreme rule of Christian faith and morals. Its 
purpose is to prepare the student to present Chris- 
tianity persuasively, with an intelligent conception 
of modern doubts and difficulties. 

Second semester, two hours per week. Elective. 

V 121. Church Government. Principles and forms of Church 
government; the Government and Discipline of the 
United Presbyterian Church; Ordination; Apostolic 
succession; the Church courts; Presbyterian polity 
and law. 

Senior year, Second semester, two hours. 

25. Inter-Testament History and Literature. The four cen- 
turies between Malachi and Matthew. Contact of 
Hellenism with Hebraism. The Philosophy of the 
Greeks. The history of the Babylonian and Pales- 
tinian Jews. The contents, composition, date, au- 
thorship, and historical and religious value of the 
Old Testament Apocrypha. 

First semester, two hours per week. Elective. 

Department of Pastoral Theology 
and Homiletics 

Dr. Wilson 
Homiletics 

v 141. The Theory of Preaching. Its permanent place, mes- 
sage, source, forms, materials, organization, style. 
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and extemporaneous preaching. Practice in the ap- 
plication of sermon principles to assigned texts. 

Junior year, First semester, two hours per week. 
i 145. The Theory of Preaching. The study of consecutive 
passages of Scripture with a view to homiletic ar- 
rangement. Involving word study, paraphrase, 
statement of homiletic principles, themes, textual 
outlines. A manuscript sermon submitted to Fac- 
ulty. A sermon preached before Faculty and student 
body, criticized and graded on basis of material, or- 
ganization, style, delivery. 

Junior year, Second semester, three hours per 
week. 

151. The Theory of Preaching. Whole books of Bible studied 
with reference to homiletic material. Book outlines 
presented for class criticism. Paragraphs and longer 
units of thought outlined in sermonic form. Empha- 
sis on expository method. An expository sermon 
preached before Faculty and student body. 

Middle year, First semester, two hours per week. 
155. The Theory of Preaching. Work of First semester con- 
tinued. All work preserved by the student and sub- 
mitted at end of year in typewritten bound form 
for final grade. A standard of work set for the whole 
of the ministerial life, looking to the mastery and 
presentation of the message of the whole Book. 

Middle year, Second semester, three hours per 
week. 
161. The Theory of Preaching. The homiletic interpretation 
of historical material of Scripture. A weekly ser- 
monic brief submitted for criticism. A sermonic 
lecture preached before Faculty and Students for 
criticism. Manuscript submitted. No recitation. 

Senior year, First semester, one homiletic hour. 
165. The Theory of Preaching. Class work of First semester 
continued. A doctrinal or topical sermon preached. 
On the basis of excellence of these sermons two stu- 
dents are selected by the Faculty to preach before 
the Board of Directors at their annual meeting. 

Senior year. Second semester, one homiletic hour. 

Pastoral Theology 

^ 171. The Pastoral Office. 

a. The pastoral office defined. Differentiated from 
secular service. Safeguarding the pastoral office and 
Church from secularization. 

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b. The minister's personal life, character, spiritual 
equipment, ideals, habits, devotional study. System- 
atizing effort. Programing the year, the quarter, the 
month, the day. 

c. The rield. Demands of the Foreign Field; of the 
Home Field; the city; the country. Finding one's 
field. 

d. Ordination. Installation. Entering the field and 
beginning the work. The critical period. 

e. The minister's library. Materials. Mastery. Pre- 
serving results of work. Suggestions on indexing; 
filing. 

f. The pulpit service. Decorum. The praise service. 
Choir. Scripture reading. Pulpit prayer. The 
element of worship. A balanced and educational 
program. 

g. The Pastor and Session. The personnel of the 
Session. Developing an efficient Session. Appre- 
ciating and enlisting the Session. Lines of Session 
work. 

h. The reception of new church members. The com- 
municant class. Lines of instruction. Persons to be 
sought. Incorporating into church life and service. 
Senior class, First semester, two hours per week. 

^ 180. The Church. 

a. The church school. The demand for a new and 
enlarged appreciation. The school as an evangelizing 
agency. The graded school. Standard and organ- 
ization. The graded lessons or graded teaching of 
uniform lessons. Religious pedagogy. Teacher 
training. Building up the school in numbers and 
efficiency. The school as the second main service. 

b. The prayer meeting. Its ideal. Program. Securing 
attendance. Making profitable. Cottage meetings. 
District meetings. Prayer circles. 

c. Young people's meetings. Winning and enlisting 
the young people. Their social life. The Pastor and 
the young people. 

d. The home. The ideal of the home. The Pastor's 
home. A congregation of families. Visiting the 
homes; frequency, character of, system in. The 
family altar; establishing and maintaining. The 
marriage ceremony. 

e. The sick. Visiting; frequency, character of. '1 he 
question of Baptism and the Lord's Supper in the 
home. The shut-ins and the aged. Ministries to 
homes in quarantine. The funeral service. 

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/. The sacrament of Baptism. The baptism of infants; 
their church standing and care. Orderly adminis- 
tering the rite. 
g. The Lord's Supper. Its place in the yearly program. 

Making it climactic in pastoral work. 
h. The church and the community. Proper relation 
to the community. The question of a community 
center. The institutional church. Cooperation with 
other agencies. The respective functions of Church 
and State. The Pastor as a citizen. 
i. The Church in missionary activity. The missionary 
agencies of the Church. Missionary education. 
Benevolences. Recruiting the forces. The Pastor 
and ministerial and missionary supply. 

Senior class, Second semester, two hours per 
week. 
^ 285. Religious Education. Its history; its development in 
recent times; its curricula. The week-day religious 
instruction movement, its methods, values, needs, 
and present tendencies. Tested and approved pro- 
grams for the individual church. 

First semester, two hours per week. Elective. 

- 286. Ministerial Efficiency. The Biblical standard; the light 

thrown upon it in Christ's training of His immediate 

disciples. A rapid and broad survey of the principles, 

spirit, methods, and aims emphasized by our Lord. 

Second semester, two hours per week. Elective, 

Department of Missions and 
Comparative Religion 

Dr. Hunt 

Missions 

The aim of these courses is to make the student 
thoroughly familiar with the underlying principles of 
the missionary enterprise, with its history and results, 
its problems and methods. This is now recognized as 
scarcely less important for those who are to be pastors 
in the home land than for those who may enter the 
foreign field, though the latter should have opportunity 
for preparation of a still more definite nature. 

The work will be conducted by means of text-books 
and lectures, with a free use of the large literature of 
missions, and the assignment of subjects for special 
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Missionaries on furlough and others qualified to 
speak upon this subject will be invited to address the 
students from time to time. In addition to this, a 
special course on missions under the leadership of 
recognized specialists is provided annually for the 
whole student body. 

The Seminary has membership in the Association 
of Institutions engaged in Missionary Training. The 
Seminary is thus kept apprised of any forward steps 
in this field of instruction. 

The following regular courses are offered: 

£"" 191. History of Missions. The Church's missionary effort 
is traced from Pentecost to the present time. The 
conquest of the Roman Empire in the early centuries 
and of Northern Europe in the Middle Ages, and the 
development of the modern world-wide missionary 
movement are reviewed, the aims, motives, methods 
and results in each period being noted. 

Junior year, Second semester, two hours per 

week. 
f 193. Specific Mission Fields: Foreign Missions. This course 
covers the fields in which the United Presbyterian 
Church is working: India (the Punjab), Egypt, the 
Sudan, and Abyssinia. After a rapid survey of the 
part taken by our Church and her parent Churches 
in the foreign mission enterprise, the history of the 
work in the above fields, the conditions surrounding 
it, with the results, needs, and problems will be 
studied. 

Second semester, two hours per week. Elective. 
1926-1927. 
1^194. Specific Mission Fields: Home Missions. The roman- 
tic history of home mission effort for the past century 
and a quarter, and its extension with the expanding 
frontier, will come under review. The problems of 
the Indian, the Negro, the Mormon, the Mountaineer 
the Immigrant, and of the city and country fields will 
receive special attention, with a survey of the home 
mission work of our own Church. 

Second semester, two hours per week. Elective. 
1925-1926. 
*s 197. Mission Principles and Methods. This is a study of the 
science of Missions. The aim and methods of work 
in the foreign field, the problems to be faced, and the 
various practical phases of the missionary's life, work, 
and relationships are considered. 

First semester, two hours per week. Elective. 

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Comparative Religion 

201. Philosophy of Religion. This includes a study of the 
nature, origin and significance of religion as a psycho- 
logical and historical fact. The reasonableness of 
and validity of religion are emphasized, especially 
as realized in Christianity. 

Junior year. First semester, two hours per week. 
'- ' 205. Comparative Religion. A critical, yet sympathetic study 
is made of the various religious faiths, both ancient 
and modern, as to their history and fruits and their 
teachings on such fundamental themes as God, man, 
sin, salvation, ethics, and the future life. Special 
attention is given to the great non-Christian religions 
of the present day, Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucian- 
ism and Mohammedanism. An effort is made to dis- 
cover the secret of their strength and influence, and 
at the same time the fatal weaknesses which must 
prevent any of them from becoming the ultimate and 
universal faith. 

Senior year, Second semester, two hours per week. 

207. Biblical Ethics. The ethics of the Old and New Testa- 
ments are taken up in turn. The aim is a thorough 
review of the ethical principles and ideals maintained 
in the Scriptures. Attention is given to the diffi- 
culties presented in Old Testament ethics and to the 
permanence and universality of the ideals taught by 
Christ. 

Second semester, two hours per week. Elective. 

Department of Public Speaking 

Prof. Moses 

210. Bible Reading. This course consists of an interpretive 
study and delivery of passages of Scripture. Special 
emphasis is placed on the enunciation, articulation, 
phrasing, modulation, tone placement, and tone pro- 
duction. Constructive and destructive criticism by 
students and teacher are a part of the class exercise. 
The aim of the course is to cultivate a more effective 
presentation of the Word of the sacred Book. 

Junior year, First and Second semesters, two 
hours per week. 

212. Pulpit Speech. This course includes a critical study of 
the different methods of preparing and delivering an 
address, also a careful examination of the fundamen- 
tals underlying the organization and delivery of pulpit 
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already prepared will be a part of the regular class 
lesson. 

Middle year. First and Second semesters, two 
hours per week. 

v zl-ir. Private Instruction. This is a course in which the aim 
is to give each student personal attention. The first 
half of the year the class will he divided into groups 
of three or four, while in the latter half each member 
of the class will be given individual attention pri- 
vately. Personal attention in remedying defects in 
voice, manner, general delivery, and speech composi- 
tion will be given each member of the class. 

Senior year. First and Second semesters, one 
hour per week. 

Department of English Bible 

Dr. Hunt, Dr. McNaugher, Dr. Grier 

^ 17. The Pentateuch. Dr. Grier. 

18. History of the Hebrews. The social, political, and reli- 

gious life of the Hebrew is studied from the beginning 
of their history as a nation till the re-establishment of 
Judaism after the exile. A general survey of the life, 
geography, and history of the Semitic world is in- 
cluded. Dr. Hunt. 

Middle year, First semester, two hours per week. 

19. The Wisdom Literature. Dr. Grier. 

20. The Psalms. The aim of this course is practicial rather 

than critical: the acquiring of a comprehensive know- 
ledge and appreciation of the contents of the Psalter 
with an effective working use of it in public worship 
and private devotion. Dr. Hunt. 

First semester, two hours per week. Elective. 
1925-1926. 

21. The Major Prophets. Dr. Grier. 

I* 23. The Minor Prophets, I. Dr. Grier. 

•" 24. The Minor Prophets, II. Dr. Grier. 

220. English Bible. A topical study of the Scripture teach- 
ing on Prayer. Special attention will be given to con- 
crete examples of prayer, such as the prayers of 
Abraham, Moses, Jeremiah, Paul, and Christ. The 
study will call for some careful exegetical work, but 
the practical aim will be kept uppermost. Dr. Hunt. 
First semester, two hours per week. Elective. 
1926-1927. 

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^ 31. The Life of Christ. A careful historical review of the 
Life of Christ is made, based on a Harmony of the 
Four Gospels. The aim is to get a clear conception 
of the historical Jesus by an interpretative study 
of the events in their chronological order. Collateral 
reading and special topical studies will be assigned. 
Dr. Hunt. 

Junior year, First semester, two hours per week. 
1 42. The Four Gospels. Dr. McNaugher. 

43. Acts and Pauline Epistles. Dr. McNaugher. 
» 49. Catholic Epistles. Dr. McNaugher. 
55. The Apocalypse. Dr. McNaugher. 

Scripture Background 

* 27. Historical Geography. Dr. Grier. 

15. The Old Testament Canon and Text. Dr. Grier. 

1 46. New Testament Text. Dr. McNaugher. 

52. New Testament Canon. Dr. McNaugher. 

125. Inter-Testament History and Literature. Dr. McGill. 

Department of Philology 

Dr. McNaugher, Dr. Grier, Dr. Hunt 

-' A. The Greek Language. 

33. Elements of Greek. 
• 35. Greek Reading and Syntax. 

B. The Hebrew Language. 

* 1. Elements of Hebrew. 

1 3. Hebrew Reading. 

7-8-26. Advanced Hebrew. 

C. The Arabic Language. 

12. Arabic is one of the most widely spoken languages 
in the world with a long history and a large literature. 
While useful as a cultural study, it is offered par- 
ticularly for those expecting to enter the foreign field. 
The student is given an introduction to the language 
through an outline of the grammar, exercises in writ- 
ing, and simple reading, with attention to correct pro- 
nunciation. Dr. Hunt. 

Elective, Senior year, Second semester, two 
hours. 

The L. H. Severance Missionary Lectureship 

This important lectureship had been endowed by 
the generous gift of the late Mr. L. H. Severance, of 
Cleveland, Ohio, and is offered through the courtesy of 
The Western Theological Seminary. 

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Phonetics 

A study of the principles of Phonetics is a prepara- 
tion for learning oriental languages. The science deals 
with the sounds and combinations of sounds which 
characterize the different languages of the world. 
This course is especially valuable for volunteers for the 
foreign mission fields. One of the greatest obstacles 
that each missionary has to overcome at the very 
beginning of his career is the acquisition of an organized, 
working knowledge of the vernacular of his field. To 
this task he is supposed to devote most of his time and 
energy for upwards of two years. The Seminary is able 
to offer a course in Phonetics through the courtesy of 
The Western Theological Seminary. 

Oriental Research 

Pittsburgh Seminary is one of the group of Uni- 
versities, Colleges and Theological Seminaries in this 
country cooperating in the support and control of the 
American School of Oriental Research in Jerusalem, 
and is thus able to offer to her students the unique 
facilities afforded by this School. No other Post-Grad- 
uate work is, or can be, so helpful, as none other is so 
attractive, to young men looking forward to the work of 
the ministry, as study and research in Bible lands. The 
American School of Oriental Research at Jerusalem was 
founded to afford such opportunities as have never 
before been open to American students. Special ar- 
rangements are made to reduce the expenses ol such 
students to the lowest point. 

Admission to the School at Jerusalem 

The School offers to properly qualified students 
excellent opportunities for pursuing such studies as 
the following: Biblical and Palestinian Archaeology; 
the Geography and Natural Features of the Land; the 
History of Israel; Early Church History and Patristics; 
the Arabic Language, and the other Semitic Languages 
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Social and Industrial Conditions in Bible Lands; 
Roman Administration and Colonization in the East; 
the Crusades; and the Comparative History of Re- 
ligions. 

The School has a well-selected working library, 
which is steadily growing. There are other consider- 
able libraries in Jerusalem, some of which contain 
large collections of manuscripts, chiefly Greek and Ara- 
bic. As a central point for the study of Palestinian 
antiquities, for making tours of research and explora- 
tion, and for visiting the numerous scenes of past or 
present excavations, Jerusalem is peculiarly well 
situated. 

Those who avail themselves of the privileges of 
this School can go at once, after the Commencement 
exercises, and enter the School at Jerusalem. The alti- 
tude and the latitude of Jerusalem make the summer 
climate there quite satisfactory. The remainder of the 
year will afford abundant opportunity for travel through 
the land and researches in Historical Geography and 
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1 he 1 hayer Memorial Fellowship 

The Thayer Memorial Fellowship of the School at 
Jerusalem, with a stipend of #800, is awarded annually 
on examination. A list of the books recommended to 
candidates for the Fellowship, and special facilities for 
preparation, will be supplied by the Seminary. 



Entrance and Graduation Requirements 

For admission and regular classification in the 
Seminary the standard requirement is graduation from 
an accredited college. Exceptions to this rule are made 
upon the merits of individual cases as determined by 
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Course of Study. The prescribed course of study 
covers a period of three years, divided into two semes- 
ters each. The student is required to complete 107 
hours work (100 hours of lecture work, 4 homiletic 
hours_cred ite d for preaching before Faculty and Student 
body, and 3 hour s credited for public speaking). The 
lecture hours are so arranged that the student takes 17 
hours each semester during the Junior and Middle 
Years, and 16 hours each semester of the Senior Year. 
An hour is one recitation a week through a semester. 

Graduation Requirements. A student is graduated 
who completes the prescribed course of study, provided 
he maintains an average of 80 per cent in all his studies 
and does not fall below 70 per cent in any branch. 
Work done in other accredited institutions is given 
proper credit. A fee of 25.00 is charged covering ex- 
penses of graduation and diploma. 

Certificates. Those who take partial courses or 
fail to meet graduation requirements will be granted 
certificates covering branches in which they have taken 
standing. 

Degrees. The Degree of Th.B. is conferred upon 
all students who graduate. The advanced degree of 
Th.M. is granted to all who take the fourth year, as 
explained below: 

The Degree of Master of Theology 

1. The degree will be granted those students who 
complete a fourth year of study under the following 
conditions: 

(a) Applicants must have the degree of Bachelor 
of Arts, or show by certificate or by examination that 
they have received the substantial equivalent ot a 
college training. 

(b) They must have the Th.B. degree or a Semi- 
nary equivalent. 

(c) They must be in residence at this Seminary 
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lent to twelve hours per week of regular curriculum 
work. 

(d) They shall be required to devote two-thirds of 
said time to one subject, which shall be called a major, 
and the remainder to another subject, termed a minor; 
or, if desired, to two minor subjects, the subjects chosen 
to have the approval of the Faculty. 

(e) In the department of the major they shall be 
required to write a thesis of not less than five thousand 
words. The subject of this thesis must be presented for 
approval to the Professor at the head of this Depart- 
ment not later than November ISth of the academic 
year at the close of which the degree is to be conferred. 
By April 1st, a typewritten copy of this thesis is to be 
in the hands of the Professor for examination. 

(i) At the close of the year they shall pass a rigid 
examination in both major and minor subjects. 

2. Members of the Senior Class may receive this 
degree, provided that they satisfy the college require- 
ment previously set forth, that they attain a rank of 90 
per cent in all their studies, and that they complete 
courses equivalent to twelve hours of curriculum work 
in addition to the regular curriculum. These twelve 
hours' extra work may be distributed throughout the 
three years' course upon consultation with the Profes- 
sors, and no one shall be admitted as a candidate for the 
Degree who fails to enter upon the required course at 
the opening of the Middle year. All other conditions 
as to major and minor subjects, thesis, and special ex- 
aminations shall be the same as for graduate students. 

3. Pastors, missionaries, and other ministers may 
receive this degree without residence at the Seminary, 
provided that they meet the College and Seminary re- 
quirements already set forth; that they complete pri- 
vate courses of study in major and minor subjects 
approved by the Faculty, said course to be equivalent 
to twelve hours of regular curriculum work for one 
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for examinations at appointed times and pass these 
examinations satisfactorily, and that they prepare a 
thesis in accordance with the conditions previously 
described. 

4. A fee of 310.00 will be charged for graduation 
and diploma. 

Elective Courses 

Electives are offered to all students after the first 
semester of the Junior year. They offer a field of 
adaptation to students who come to the Seminary from 
different colleges, and have pursued different courses 
of preparation for theological work. They also pre- 
sent advantages of special and advanced study. In 
choosing electives with a view to graduation the stu- 
dents must be guided by the following table of mini- 
mum required courses: 

Old Testament (Courses 1-30) a. Hebrew Grammar. ... 7 hours 

b. Literature 14 

New Testament (Courses 3 1-60) 18 

Theology (Courses 61-90) 12 

Church History (Courses 101-120) 10 

Homiletics (Courses 141-160) 10 

Pastoral Theology (Courses 171-190) 4 

Comparative Religion (Courses 201-209) 4 

Church Government (Courses 121-140) 2 

History of Doctrine (Course 111) 3 

Missions (Courses 191-200) 4 

Note: Seven additional hours are required: three in Public Speaking, 
covering the entire three years; and jour in homiletics, covering courses 161 
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The Order of Courses of Study 

The various courses offered are described on pages 
24-45. For those seeking graduation we suggest the 
following order of study: 



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First Semester 

1. Elements of Hebrew 4 hours 

35. New Testament Greek 3 

61. Theology 2 

101. Church History 2 

141. Theory of Preaching 2 

201. Philosophy of Religion 2 

31. Life of Christ 2 



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37-42. New Testament Introduction 3 

64. Theology 2 

103. Church History 2 

145. Theory of Preaching 3 

191. History of Missions 2 

Electives 2 



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First Semester 

15-17. Old Testament Criticism 2 hours 

18. Old Testament History 2 

43. New Testament 2 

141. Theory of Preaching 2 

67. Theology 2 

106. Church History 2 

Electives 5 

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23. O. T. Minor Prophets 2 hours 

43-46. N. T. Epistles and Text 2 

155. Theory of Preaching 3 

70. Theology 2 

108. Church History 2 

Electives 6 



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First Semester 

49-52. N. T. Catholic Epistles 2 hours 

171-161. Theory of Preaching 2 

73. Theology 2 

111. History of Doctrine 3 

115. Biographic History 1 

Electives 6 



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19. O. T. Wisdom Literature 2 hours 

155. Theory of Preaching 2 

76. Theology 2 

121. Church Government 2 

205. Comparative Religion 2 

Electives 6 

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Scholarships 

1 he James Purely Scholarship Foundation 

There exists in the possession of the Seminary the 
Purdy Fund, bearing the name of its founder. The in- 
come, which is about $300, is apportioned equally each 
year to the six members of the Junior Class who attain 
the highest average of excellence in scholarly profi- 
ciency. The scholarship is subject to the conditions 
that those accepting it must agree to complete their 
theological course in this Seminary, that the entire 
year's work be completed within the Seminary year, 
and that no award be made to a student whose general 
average does not reach 85 per cent, or who receives a 
grade of less than 80 per cent in any department. The 
members of the Class of 1926 who gained this scholar- 
ship are H. S. Evans, H. H. Graham, W. J. Graig, 
M. E. Nesbitt, J. C. Reid, Jr., and A. W. Stewart. 

The Thomas Jamison Scholarship Foundation 

In memory of the late Thomas Jamison, Esq., of 
the North Side, Pittsburgh, for many years a member 
of the Board of Trustees of the Seminary, Mrs. Jamison 
endowed a scholarship yielding $750, to be given each 
year to the member of the Senior Class who received 
the highest average grade in all departments during the 
Junior and Middle years and the first half of the Senior 
year. The general average must reach 90 per cent, and 
in no study must the grade be lower than 80 per cent. 
The award of this scholarship requires that the recipi- 
ent spend a full session at study in some foreign theo- 
logical institution, to be selected by the Faculty. He 
must further agree to do faithful work abroad, to make 
regular reports of the work he is doing, and at the end 
of the session to present a thesis of not less than 10,000 
words on some subject selected or approved by the 
Faculty. A splendid opportunity is thus afforded to 
a worthy man each year for broadening his theological 
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with foreign study and travel. The degree of Th.M. 
is conferred without further requirement on all who 
take the Jamison Scholarship and satisfy its conditions. 

In case the student who receives the scholarship 
is going into one of the Church's foreign fields, he is 
allowed to attend the Kennedy School of Missions in 
America instead of a European institution. 

The degree of Master of Theology is bestowed on 
the student winning this scholarship, subject to the 
usual fee of 310.00. The award for 1925 was to Robert 
N. Montgomery. 

The Jane Hogg Gardner Scholarship Foundation 

To the Senior student taking the second rank in 
grades averaged through the entire course the Seminary 
awards the income of the Gardner bequest, up to the 
limit of 3200.00, but on condition that there is no grade 
of less than 80 per cent in any department, and that a 
satisfactory thesis of at least 5,000 words on an assigned 
subject be presented to the Faculty. This award was 
made to Frederick Adolph Buchhalter in 1924. 

Church History Foundation 

To the Senior students taking first and second 
rank in grades average through the entire course in 
Church History and History of Doctrine the Seminary 
awards first and second prizes of one hundred dollars 
and fifty dollars respectively, but on condition that 
there is no grade of less than 80 per cent in any depart- 
ment and that the student has been in attendance from 
the beginning of the Junior year. The awards for 1924 
were as follows: First award, Walter James Skellie; 
second award, Frederick Adolph Buchhalter. 



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Affiliation With the University 
of Pittsburgh 

By special arrangement with the University of 
Pittsburgh its undergraduate and graduate courses are 
opened to the students of the Seminary on an except- 
ionally advantageous basis. The fee is fixed at a very 
low rate, with no extras but laboratory fees, in case 
such work is taken, and the regular diploma fee. 

The minimum requirement for the Master's De- 
gree (M.A. or M.S.) is 24 credits, the equivalent of 
twelve hours a week throughout one year — about 
thirty-two weeks. On this credit of four hours per 
week may be allowed students of the Seminary on ac- 
count of their theological branches of study and re- 
search, leaving but eight hours per week throughout 
one year as the minimum University requirement. 
These eight hours may be distributed throughout two 
years if desired (and this is recommended), making a 
weekly requirement of but four hours. Further distri- 
bution through the three years of Seminary course 
may be made. The requirement of the Doctor's de- 
gree (Ph.D.) is three times that for the Master's. This 
work is subject to the same privileges of distribution 
as are offered in connection with the Master's degree. 

The working relation of the Seminary and the 
University of Pittsburgh gives the students of the 
Pittsburgh Seminary all possible opportunity of supple- 
menting their college training by prosecuting ad- 
vanced and specialized courses in a well-equipped 
modern University, leading to standard degrees. Men 
with imperfect college preparation, coming to the 
Seminary under Presbyterial approval, can combine 
literary studies with their theological course, and thus 
overcome their deficient preparation for the ministry. 
The University offers specially strong courses in Eng- 
lish, History, Education, Economics and Psychology. 

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The Allegheny Observatory 

The Allegheny Observatory was founded in 1859 
by the Allegheny Observatory Society; it is thus one 
of the oldest institutions of the kind in the country. 
In 1867 the Society transferred its property, by deed 
of trust, to the Western University of Pennsylvania, 
now the University of Pittsburgh. 

The Observatory occupied the summit of what is 
still known as Observatory Hill, in the center of Alleg- 
heny, from 1859 to 1905. At the latter date it was 
moved to its present location in Riverview Park, upon 
one of the highest points in the county. The funds 
for the new building and its equipment, amounting to 
about 3300,000, were donated by citizens of Pittsburgh. 

By special arrangements with the Director, the 
students of the Seminary have free access to it and the 
privilege of observing the heavens through its famous 
lenses. Some of the finest stellar photographic work 
in the world has been done at the Allegheny Observa- 
tory — first under the direction of Director S. T. Langley, 
who later became the head of the Smithsonian Insti- 
tute, Washington, D. C, then under the direction of 
Director J. E. Keller, who later took charge of the 
great Lick Observatory, and then under Director 
Frank Schlesinger. The stellar photographs are thrown 
on the screen, and these and the instruments and their 
workings explained to the students. The present Di- 
rector is Heber Doust Curtis, Ph.D., formerly of the 
Lick Observatory. 



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General Information 



Students 



1. Any person wishing to enter the Seminary as a 
student shall present the Faculty satisfactory testi- 
monials of his church membership and piety, of his 
prudent deportment, and of his suitableness as a can- 
didate for the ministry. 

2. Students from other theological seminaries will 
be admitted to full standing on presenting certificates 
of good standing and regular dismission. 

3. Students from other evangelical denominations 
will be admitted to the Seminary on the condition 
specified in article 6 below, provided that they present 
certificates of membership in some Cnristian Church, 
and are approved as candidates for the ministry ac- 
cording to the usages of the denominations to which 
they belong. 

4. In all ordinary cases applicants for admission 
to the Seminary must either be college graduates or 
must present evidence that they have accomplished an 
equivalent amount of preliminary work. 

5. Every student intending to enter the ministry 
of the United Presbyterian Cnurch shall be under the 
care of some Presbytery before entering the Seminary, 
or as soon after as may be possible. 

6. Before being admitted to the privileges of the 
Seminary, every student shall, in the presence ot the 
Registrar, subscribe a declaration to the effect that 
while he is a student in the Seminary he will regularly, 
punctually, and diligently attend upon all the instruc- 
tions of the Professors, that he will promptly comply 
with the lawful requisitions of the Faculty and be su- 
ject to their authority, that he will honestly conform 
to all regulations of the Seminary, and that he will not 
propagate any opinions in opposition to the Standards 
of the United Presbyterian Cnurch. 

7. The privileges of the Seminary are open to 
pastors who may desire to pursue some special studies 

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for a longer or shorter time, and to Christian men and 
women who desire to fit themselves for work in the 
Sabbath-School, in Christian Associations, or in other 
spheres of Christian activity. 

The Seminary Building 

The Seminary possesses a commodious and well- 
equipped theological hall. It is located on the corner 
of North Avenue and Buena Vista Street, and over- 
looks the beautiful North Side Park. On the first floor 
are the Pressly Chapel, the Mary J. Stevenson recep- 
tion room, the library, the reading-room, the gym- 
nasium, the President's office and study, and the 
janitor's home. By the generosity of two friends of 
the Seminary the Pressly Chapel has been redecorated 
and refitted throughout, making it very attractive. 
The costly furnishing of the Mary J. Stevenson Recep- 
tion Room is a gift from the Rev. J. K. McClurkin, 
D.D., in memory of his sister, Miss Mary J. Stevenson. 
On the second floor are five class-rooms of ample propor- 
tions, the offices, and the students' waiting room. The 
third, fourth, and fifth floors are given over to dormi- 
tory uses. The dormitory rooms are arranged as fol- 
lows: there are single rooms, suites of double rooms, 
in which two men occupy a study and bedroom in 
common, and suites of three rooms, in which two men 
have a study in common and two single bedrooms 
adjoining. All of the rooms are well lighted and on 
each floor there are trunkrooms, bathrooms, lavatories 
and closets. On the fifth floor there is a new dining- 
room, with a kitchen attached. The fifth floor (except- 
ing the dining-room, kitchen and storerooms) is re- 
served for married students, who are eligible for dormi- 
tory privileges. The gymnasium is large and thor- 
oughly equipped. Adjoining it there are washrooms 
and bath, fitted with all modern appliances. The 
entire building is heated by hot water, insuring a com- 
fortable and equable temperature in cold weather. 
The building is supplied with filtered water by the 
city filtration plant, making the drinking water entirely 
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Dormitory Regulations 

Printed rules governing the use of the dormitory 
are placed in the students' rooms and in the lavatories. 
Strict obedience to these rules is required. 

The Seminary provides furniture, all bedding, in- 
cluding sheets and pillow cases, towels for the lava- 
tories, and soap for these and the students' rooms. Stu- 
dents will furnish towels for their own rooms and pro- 
vide for the laundering of these. All the other laundry 
work for the dormitory will be looked after by the 
Seminary. 

Married students are expected to provide them- 
selves with comforts, blankets, sheets, and pillow cases. 

Graduate students will have rooms assigned them, 
provided the regular students do not occupy all the 
rooms of the dormitory. 

First and second year students have the privilege 
of retaining rooms for the next year, provided they 
notify the Secretary of the Faculty of their intention 
before the close of the session. Those longest in attend- 
ance have the first choice; those who have been in at- 
tendance an equal length of time will choose in the 
alphabetical order of their names. All applicants will 
have a choice of the remaining rooms according to the 
order in which their written applications are received. 
The assignments will be made on the first day of the 
session. 

No student will be allowed to occupy rooms in the 
building during the summer vacation without obtaining 
permission. Applications for this privilege are to be 
made to Dr. McNaugher. The rate of rental for each 
single room occupied by one student during vacation 
will be 33.00 per month; when one student occupies a 
double suite the rate will be 35.00 per month; and when 
two students occupy a double or a triple suite, 36.00 
will be charged, this last amount to be divided equally 
between them. These same rates will be charged pro- 
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For the two weeks succeeding the close of the session 
and one week preceding the opening of the session all 
students will have the free use of their rooms. During 
the summer vacation the laundry fee tor each student 
will be fifty cents per month. 

When coming to the city students should have 
their trunks sent to the Seminary, corner of North 
Avenue and Buena Vista Street, North Side, and placed 
in the care of the janitor, Mr. James A. Williams. 

The following directions for reaching the Seminary 
should be observed: From the Pennsylvania Station 
take the trolley car marked Brighton Road, getting off 
at North Avenue and Monterey Streets. The Semi- 
nary is one short square west. Coming from the 
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Station and from Lake 
Erie Station, inquire for any car that goes to the Penn- 
sylvania Station. At Liberty Avenue and Smithfield 
Street change to Brighton Road car. 

The Dormitory Committee 

With the purpose of contributing to the comfort 
and health of the students, the oversight and main- 
tenance of the rooms in the dormitory are placed in the 
charge of a number of ladies appointed by the Board of 
Directors. These ladies make visits of inspection once 
each month. The membership of that Committee is as 
follows: Miss Etta Lee Clark, Caairman; Mrs. J. N. 
Davidson, Secretary, (4909 Ellsworth Ave.), Mrs. J. 
W. Grove, Mrs. D. K. Bryce, Mrs. J. A. Duff, Mrs. 
W. W. Kerr, Miss Janet Mabon, Miss Mary L. Mc- 
Cance, Mrs. J. F. Neely*, and Miss Eleanor Sawyer. 






iixpenses 

There are no tuition fees, nor are there any rental 
or contingent expenses. All the privileges of the Semi- 
nary, inclusive of the dormitory, are free, except for 
a reasonable charge for electricity. Where, however, 
a student desires extra accommodations, such as a 
suite of two rooms, a charge of $25 will be made. Any 
students who elect private lodgings must meet their 
rental expenses unaided. 

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A large and attractive dining-room and a well- 
furnished kitchen are located on the fifth floor of the 
dormitory, providing for club boarding at cost rates. 
The dining-room is under student administration, al- 
though the entire equipment has been provided by the 
Seminary. The boarding for a week of six days aver- 
aged 35.00 last year. 

The United Presbyterian Board of Publication 
furnishes all text-books at cost and makes a reduction 
of IS per cent on all other purchases paid for in cash. 
The Board also grants students reasonable credit where 
they are unable to make immediate payment. 

Excepting text-books, all other expenses are per- 
sonal. Multiplied opportunities for financially profit- 
able preaching service far more than balance any addi- 
tional expense incident to life in a large city. 

Financial Assistance 

The Board of Education 

The General Assembly authorizes the Presbyteries 
to recommend grants to deserving students from the 
Board of Education according to the following rates: 
One hundred and eighty dollars to students of the first 
year, on condition that they do not take appointments 
to preach during the time the Seminary is in session; 
one hundred and twenty dollars to second-year students 
on condition that they do not preach on an average of 
more than two Sabbaths per month; and sixty dollars 
to third-year students without condition. 

The Student Mission Fund 

In partial compensation for assigned mission work, 
the members of the Junior Class receive fifty dollars. 

The Young Men's Fund 

From this Seminary fund a student may, upon 
satisfactory recommendation, receive loans each ses- 
sion payable within five years without interest. 

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The sums thus obtained from the Board of Edu- 
cation, the Student Mission Fund, and the Young 
Men's Fund, are supplemented by the scholarship and 
prize funds of the Seminary, (see Seminary Scholar- 
ships and Prizes). In addition, students have numerous 
opportunities in this strong United Presbyterian section 
to preach in vacant congregations, and they obtain 
renumeration for their services. The North Side 
Branch of the Young Men's Christian Association has 
been established immediately adjoining the Seminary, 
and it is expected that it will furnish profitable oppor- 
tunities for student employment. 

Considering the funds that are available and the 
possibilities of self-support, the Seminary offers its 
students financial assistance surpassed by few institu- 
tions in the country. 

The James Law Library 

Through the generosity of the late James Law, 
Esq., of Sushan, N. Y., there was conveyed to the 
Seminary some years ago the sum of 315,000.00, to be 
employed as a library endowment. 

Special effort is put forth to maintain a standard 
and up-to-date working library in those departments 
of learning to which the theological student is devoting 
his attention. The library, which comprises fifteen 
thousand volumes, is classified and arranged in accord- 
ance with the Dewey Decimal Classification, providng 
easy access to the books, either by going directly to the 
shelves or by using the card catalogue. Miss Eloise 
Reed is the librarian. A fee of 32.00 is required of each 
student at the beginning of the term, this fee to be 
returned at the close of the Seminary year, at which 
time all fines and penalties incurred during the year 
will be deucted. 

T he Newburgh Library 

By the kindness of the Synod of New York and of 
the Board of Trustees of the Newburgh Seminary the 

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valuable collection of theological works secured abroad 
by the Rev. John M. Mason, D.D., in connection with 
the founding of the Seminary of Newburgh, has been 
intrusted to the Seminary. The collection embraces 
1,833 volumes and is located in a separate apartment. 



The Carnegie Libraries 

For literature of a general character, covering all 
lines of investigation, the students have free access to 
the Carnegie Library of the North Side and the im- 
mense Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. The latter is 
one of the largest in America, and additions to its 
shelves are made very extensively every year. These 
two libraries have on file the leading magazines and 
periodicals of the world. 

The Carnegie Institute 

One of the advantages which is open to the students 
of the Seminary is the Carnegie Institute, with its 
splendid Department of Fine Arts, its noted Museum, 
its great Concert Hall, and its fine lecture courses. In 
the Department of Fine Arts there is offered a weekly 
Docent Service, in which visitors are conducted through 
the galleries and halls containing the Institute's perma- 
nent collections or transient exhibitions of paintings and 
sculpture. The excellencies of these works of art are 
pointed out and the visitor taught "how to look at" a 
picture or a piece of sculpture. 

Reading Room 

A well-appointed Reading Room, adjoining the 
Seminary Library, is open at all hours to the students. 
The list of magazines, reviews, and periodicals contain 
a wise selection of the best in general literature, politics, 
and science, as well as in theology and religion. The 
denominational papers are included. 

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The Reading Room has the following on its tables 
and on file: 



American Magazine 
Association Men 
Bibhotheca Sacra 
British Weekly 
Christian Endeavor World 
Collier's Weekly 
Continent 
Current Opinion 
Christian Work 
Everybody's Magazine 
Expositor (British) 
Expositor (American) 
Harper's Magazine 
Hibbert's Journal 
Homiletic Review 
Independent 



International Review of Missions 

Journal of Biblical Literature 

Literary Digest 

McClure's Magazine 

Missionarv Review of the World 

Moslem World 

National Geographic Magazine 

Official Railway Guide 

Outlook 

Presbyterian Magazine 

Princeton Theological Review 

Record of Christian Work 

Saturday Evening Post 

Sunday School Times 

Time 

World's Work 



and in addition, the papers and periodicals of a large 
number of the denominations and religious organiza- 
tions, seminaries, colleges, etc. 

Physical Culture 

Realizing the need, not only of a man's intellectual 
and spiritual development, but also his physical, if he 
is to be fitted to render the best service possible as a 
minister, provision has been made by the Seminary to 
meet this need as well as the others. The gymnasium 
located on the first floor of the building gives good 
opportunity for the men to exercise as much as they 
like, and the necessary equipment is provided. 

In the early Fall, outdoor sports, tennis and base- 
ball, hold first place. The city tennis courts in the 
park, two minutes' walk from the Seminary, and the 
Fineview Ball Park, afford ample opportunity for the 
men to exercise whenever they care to do so. The 
annual base-ball game with the men of the Western 
Seminary is always one of interest. 

A little later in the year basket-ball and volley-ball 
hold sway. The whole student body is organized into 
teams so that every one regardless of his ability as an 
athlete has a chance to participate. A class basket- 
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interest and good fun for everyone. The Seminary has 
a varsity basket-ball team which takes part in competi- 
tive games with other institutions in the city and out. 
The chief games are those played with our own colleges 
and our friends across the Park, the Western Seminary. 
Shortly after the beginning of the second semester a 
bowling league is started and the alleys at the Com- 
munity House are used. Robert N. Montgomery is 
the Physical Director. 

The Social Life of the Seminary 

On the first Friday evening after the opening, the 
Seminary Young Men's Christian Association arranges 
a reception for the new students. The members of the 
Faculty and the local members of the Board of Direc- 
tors and the Board of Trustees and their wives form 
a Reception Committee. All the students and their 
lady friends are present. Refreshments are served. 
This has come to be a social feature of the year. During 
the term the Faculty tenders a reception to the students 
and their friends in the Seminary Building. The differ- 
ent congregations of the city invite the students to 
their socials, and occasionally hold special receptions 
for the Faculty and the students. 

These events, with the numerous concerts, conven- 
tions, and lectures furnish ample opportunity for the 
cultivation of the social life of the student. 

1 he Community House 

The Community House, related to the First United 
Presbyterian Church, North Side, has come to have a 
large and unique place in the life of the students of the 
Seminary. Most of the men take out membership cards, 
which entitles them to all the privileges of the House. 
The athletic features are some excellent bowling alleys, 
a large swimming pool of filtered water, a gymnasium 
and games of various sorts. The students have also the 
privilege of securing their dinners in the Community 
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these attractions, the students are granted occasionally 
the use of the Friendship Rooms for receptions and 
class gatherings. 

Religious Exercises 

Daily chapel exercises are held. 

Students' prayer-meetings are held weekly in con- 
nection with the meetings of the Young Men's Christian 
Association. Each day has its prayer group in the 
various classes. 

The Young Mens Christian Association 

There is in connection with the Seminary an 
Association affiliated with the theological seminary 
branch of the International Young Men's Christian 
Association. The objects of the Association are to 
deepen the spiritual life of the students, to promote 
interest in the cause of missions — city, home and 
foreign, and to bring students into close relation 
with the world-wide brotherhood of Christian students. 
Meetings are held weekly each Wednesday forenoon, 
the exercises being devotional and missionary. The 
officers for 1924-1925 were as follows: President, E. 
M. Nesbitt; Vice-President, J. C. Reid, Jr.; Secretary- 
Treasurer, A. W. Stewart. 

Student Volunteer Band 

There is a branch of the Student Volunteer Move- 
ment in the Seminary. This organization does much 
to keep alive and active the missionary spirit among 
the students. Its officers for the year are as follows: 
Leader, Harold S. Giffen; Secretary-Treasurer, Geo. 
N. Neill. 

Practical Work and Advantages 

The Greater Pittsburgh, together with the contig- 
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a million, and is one of the great commercial centers 
of the world. It is a city that affords unexcelled oppor- 
tunities for the study of social, economical, political, 
racial, and other problems. The home of the Seminary 
stands in marked contrast with the localities and 
college seats from which theological students usually 
come. It affords a view of new things, of the manu- 
facturing interests, commercial forces, and cosmopoli- 
tan life which so largely rule the world. It is in itself 
an education to mingle with the vast population of a 
great city during the three years of a theological course, 
and catch the pulse of the world's life as is not possible 
in retired communities. In view of the fact that min- 
isters are to work among men, theological students 
should give themselves all convenient advantages to 
study mankind. To this end most of the principal theo- 
logical seminaries of the continent are located in large 
centers of population. The people of the country are 
more and more gathering to the cities and towns, and 
with this type of life the coming minister must be 
familiar. 

A modern Theological Seminary has more to do 
than to present a strictly theological course of instruc- 
tion. It is an industrial age, and the study of social 
conditions is an essential part of the equipment of the 
minister. The benefit of contact with those engaged 
in the varied forms of work for social, moral, and 
religious betterment, and of personal experience in such 
efforts, is evident to all. No one is fitted for the dis- 
cussion of industrial problems by reading a work on 
political economy or studying a table of statistics. No 
minister has prepared himself to deal effectively with 
the social problems that stir our modern life until he has 
come into personal touch with them where unmeasured 
wealth meets indescribable poverty. He may be able 
to form and state conclusions in scientific terms, but 
until the iron of the conflict has entered his soul through 
personal experience his words will not throb with the 
passion of a prophet of God. When the people know 
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personal observation, they will listen. When they 
know that in some tenement district he has gathered 
into his own heart the suffering and pain he depicts, 
his words will be received as real messages. 

The church life of our own and other denominations 
in Pittsburgh is of the best. The city and its suburbs, 
including more than forty of our own congregations, 
afford an excellent example of the Church at work. In 
all the denominations the religious thought is conserva- 
tive and the methods of work progressive. The pulpits 
are well manned and the work generally well organized. 
Some of the ablest preachers of our own and other 
Churches are located here. The student has a great 
opportunity to study the methods of many men who 
are widely known as successful ministers of the gospel, 
and to gather useful lessons for his own ministry. He 
may see mission work carried along improved lines 
and engage in it himself. He may study at first hand 
the most effective methods of Sabbath-school work. 
He is welcomed to the weekly meetings of the local 
Ministerial Unions, where live problems and issues are 
the subjects of discussion. 

The Carnegie Libraries and Reading Rooms, the 
Carnegie Art Gallery, and the Carnegie Museum, with 
its wonderful ethnological exhibits, are open to students, 
and the opportunities of the local Young Men's Chris- 
tian Association also, including its excellent lecture 
course, are placed gratuitously at their disposal. 

The Allegheny County Sabbath-School Association 
is one of the most notable in the entire country, being 
alive to all modern improvements, and from year to 
year it provides courses of lectures on Bible Instruc- 
tion and Sabbath-School methods by the most expert 
instructors of the day. These lectures are open to our 
students. Several other lecture courses are accessible 
each winter, and there are unusual musical opportuni- 
ties, Pittsburgh ranking among the great musical cen- 
ters of the continent. 

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Examinations 

At the conclusion of each semester written exam- 
inations are held. From these examinations and the 
class-room work the term grade of the student is 
determined. This grade is reported to his Presbytery. 
His attendance also is reported. 

A failure to be present at the examination without 
a satisfactory excuse involves a loss of grade. 

Every student who has completed the required 
course of study and has passed the examinations, 
and whose character is satisfactory, receives a diploma. 

Opening and Closing Exercises 

The opening of the next session and enrollment 
of students will take place on Wednesday, September 
23, 1925, at 2 o'clock P. M., in the Pressly Chapel, 
Seminary Building. The opening address will be de- 
livered by the President of the Board of Directors. 

The baccalaureate sermon at the close of the year 
will be delivered Sabbath, May 2, 1926, in the First 
United Presbyterian Church, Sewickley, Pa., by Dr. 
D. F. McGill. 

The public graduating exercises will be held in the 
First Church, North Side, Pittsburgh, on the evening 
of Thursday, May 6, 1926. 

Day of Prayer 

The Day of Prayer for Educational Institutions 
is observed each year with appropriate exercises. The 
speaker for this occasion on February 18, 1926, will 
be the Rev. W. P. Aikin, D.D., of Canonsburg, Pa. 

The Denominational Seminary 

Young men looking toward the ministry appreciate 
too little the advantages of attending the Seminaries of 
their own denomination, and are sometimes diverted to 
those of other denominations by the slightly larger 
financial assistance which some of these institutions so 

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persistently urge upon them. For United Presbyterian 
students to attend the Seminary of another denomi- 
nation is to form their acquaintanceships and friend- 
ships among the young men of that denomination, and 
enter the ministry of the United Presbyterian Church, 
if they ever enter it, strangers to its ministers with 
whom they are to work. It is to become acquainted 
with the congregations of that other denomination and 
ignorant of their own. It is to be known by them and 
unknown to their own when the period arrives for 
settlement. 

Correspondence 

All letters concerning boarding and rooms should 
be addressed to the President of the Faculty, the Rev. 
John McNaugher, D.D., 616 West North Avenue, 
North Side, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Letters relating to the endowment and funds 
should be addressed to the Treasurer, Mr. J. E. Fulton, 
Monongahela National Bank, Pittsburgh, Pa. Re- 
mittances should be made to him by draft on Pitts- 
burgh or New York, P. O. money order, or registered 
letter. 

Donations and Bequests 

The endowment is quite insufficient to meet current 
expenses. This remains true even with the aid received 
thus far from the New World Movement. The fact 
that all the privileges of the Seminary, inclusive of 
the dormitory, are now free, and that it has become 
needful to make special provision for the housing of 
married students, has increased materially the annual 
outlay. The management and care of the large Semi- 
nary building, also, entail a heavy draft upon the 
treasury. 

The claims of the Seminary are, therefore, submit- 
ted to the consideration of all who may wish to honor 
the Lord with their substance. Congregations, as well 

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as individuals, are asked to give their help to the 
institution. Appeal is also made to all who purpose 
making bequests to remember the Seminary, which has 
rendered so much important service to the Church, 
and which is furnished for even better service in the 
future. 

All bequests should be drawn as follows: 

For Personal Property 

I hereby give and bequeath to The Pittsburgh 
Theological Seminary of the United Presbyterian Church 

of North America the sum of 

dollars to constitute a part of the permanent funds of 
the institution. 

For Real Estate 

I hereby give and devise to The Pittsburgh Theo- 
logical Seminary of the United Presbyterian Church of 
North America, its successors and assigns, forever, all 
that lot or piece of ground (carefully describing the 
property), the same to hold or dispose of for the bene- 
fit of the permanent funds of the institution. 

Bequests may also be made for special funds, 
scholarships, or lectures. 

Care should be taken to use the corporate name as 
given above, and to have the bequest conform to the 
laws of the State governing it. 

The Alumni Association 

All who have been enrolled as students of the Semi- 
nary are entitled to membership. The object of the 
Association is to keep alive the remembrances of Semi- 
nary life, to maintain a continued interest in Seminary 
affairs, and to promote the work of its members as 
ministers of the Gospel. An annual banquet, social, 
and business meeting are held each year in connection 

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with the Commencement Exercises. This meeting is 
held in the Second Church, North Side, Pittsburgh, at 
3:30 P. M., of Commencement Day. At these annual 
meetings the Association elects one of its members to 
serve on the Board of Directors for a term of three 
years. Alumni and friends of the Institution are 
urged to attend. Following this meeting is the annual 
Alumni Dinner. 

All members are requested to send to the Seminary 
Library copies of such books, pamphlets, and important 
magazine articles as they may have published. 

The officers for 1924-1925 are as follows: Presi- 
dent, the Rev. J. G. Houston; Vice-President, the Rev. 
John Meloy; Secretary-Treasurer, the Rev. Guy S. 
Brooks. 



The Pittsburgh Theological Seminary 



Calendar for 1925-1926 

1. The Opening of the Session, Wednesday, September 

23, 1925. Reception of new students in the 
Mary J. Stevenson Reception Room at 1:30 
P. M. Opening address and matriculation of 
students in Pressly Chapel at 2 P. M. Assign- 
ment of rooms at 3 P. M. 

2. Term Vacation, December 19, 1925- -January 5, 

1926. 

3. First Semester Closes, January 16, 1926. 

4. Second Semester Opens, January 19, 1926. 

5. The Day of Prayer for Educational Institutions, 

Wednesday, February 17, 1926. 

6. The Senior Communion Service, Sabbath, May 2, 

1926, in the Pressly Chapel, Dr. Rankin, offi- 
ciating. 

7. The Baccalaureate Service, Sabbath, May 2, 1926, 

in the First United Presbyterian Church, Se- 
wickley, Dr. McGill preaching. 

8. The Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors, 

Wednesday, May 5, 1926, at 1 P. M. 

9. The Annual Meeting of the Alumni Association in 

the Second Church, North Side, Pittsburgh, 
Thursday, May 6, 1926, at 3:30 P. M. 

10. Alumni Dinner, Thursday, May 6, 1926, at 5:30 

P. M. 

11. End oj the Session and the Graduating Exercises, 

Thursday, May 6, 1926, in the First Church, 
North Side, Pittsburgh, at 7:45 P. M. 



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Seminary Chairs 



The following chairs have been erected by the 
action of the Board of Directors, taken in May, 1900: 

The John T. Pressly Chair 
of Didactic and Polemic Theology 

The Alexander D. Clark Chair 

of New Testament Literature and Criticism 

The David R. Kerr Chair 
of Ecclesiastical History and Church Government 

The Joseph T. Cooper Chair 
of Pastoral Theology and Homiletics 

The Robert McLaughlin Chair 
of Old Testament Literature and Criticism 



In recognition of the valuable services 
rendered the Seminary by the late Rev. 
Prof. Alexander Young, D.D., LL.D., it 
was ordered that his name be given the 
next chair which shall be established. 



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CENTENNIAL REGISTER 



OF 

The 
PITTSBURGH 
THEOLOGICAL 
SEMINARY 

OF THE 

UNITED PRESBYTERIAN 

CHURCH OF NORTH 

AMERICA 



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1825 - 1925 



Centennial Edition 



Directors 



At the organization of the Seminary the Synod elected 
three Directors without limiting their term of office. In 
1835 the number was increased to five. In 1848 the Board 
was enlarged to nine members, three being elected annually 
for a term of three years. In 1868 the number was in- 
creased to twenty-seven, eighteen of whom were ministers. 
In 1881 the number was increased to thirty-six, twenty-four 
of whom are ministers. In the following list the figures given 
show the years of continuous service. Deaths in office are 
designated by an asterisk; resignations or removals by a 
dagger. 



,ECTED 






TERM EXPIRED 


1825 


Rev. 


. John Riddell, 


1829* 


it 


a 


John Graham, - 


- 1830f 


It 


it 


Samuel Findley, - 


1835f 


1829 


it 


James L. Dinwiddie, 


- 1834f 


1830 


tt 


William Wallace, 


1840 


1835 


tt 


George Buchanan, 


- 1840 


it 


n 


Mungo Dick, 


1839* 


a 


it 


Robert Reid, 


- 1840 


a 


tt 


William Taggart, 


1840 


1840 


ti 


Joseph R. Kerr, 


- 1843* 


it 


tt 


William Burnett, 


1850 


n 


tt 


Wm. A. McKinney, - 


- 1842* 


a 


tt 


Matthew McKinstry, - 


1848 


n 


n 


Samuel Taggart, 


- 1848 


1842 


it 


Joseph Clokey, 


1855 


1843 


ti 


James Grier, 


- 1858 


1848 


" 


John F. McLaren, 


1851 


<• 


<< 


David R. Kerr, - 


- 1851 


a 


a 


Joseph Osborne, 


1852* 


a 


ti 


Alexander Young, 


- 1850 


a 


a 


John Ekin, - 


1858 



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ELECTED 






TERM EXPIRED 


1848 


Rev 


. William Wallace, 


- 1851* 


1850 


tt 


William Findley, 


1859 


11 


tt 


J. M. Galloway, 


- 1853 


1851 


a 


Vincent Cockins, 


1852* 


11 


tt 


Samuel Jamison, 


- 1859 


11 


it 


John G. Brown, 


1858 


1852 


it 


Robert Gracey, 


- 1858 


ii 


ti 


R. Audley Browne, 


1850 


1853 


ti 


James C. Campbell, 


- 1859 


1855 


u 


J. M. Galloway, - 


1857 


1857 


a 


J. K. Andrews, 


- 1859 


1858 


tt 


James Rodgers, - 


1867 


ii 


it 


William M. McElwee, 


- 1868 


it 


ti 


John B. Clark, - 


1859 


1859 


it 


James T. McClure, - 


- 1895 


ii 


ii 


Isaiah Niblock, 


1861 


it 


tt 


William Lorimer, 


- 1865 


tt 


a 


James Prestley, - 


1867 


ti 


a 


James Patterson, 


- 1862 


tt 


a 


John Black Johnston, 


1862 


it 


ii 


Robert Gracey, 


- 1871* 


1861 


ii 


Joseph R. Thompson, 


1861* 


1862 


tt 


Thomas Hanna, 


- 1864* 


a 


it 


John S. Easton, - 


1866 


1863 


tt 


J. M. Henderson, 


- 1865 


1864 


tt 


Alexander G. Shafer, - 


1868* 


1865 


tt 


J. W. Logue, - 


- 1868 


1866 


tt 


David Paul, - 


1868 


it 


a 


William G. Waddle, 


- 1868 


1867 


tt 


John S. Easton, - 


1868 


ii 


tt 


William J. Reid, 


- 1868 


1868 


it 


Cyrus Cummins, 


1875 


it 


tt 


Hugh H. Hervey, 


- 1899 


tt 


Elder James Mitchell, 


1870f 


a 


Rev, 


, David W. Carson, 


- 1872 


tt 


Elder William Hall, 


1870* 


a 


Rev. 


David Thompson, 


- 1869 


a 


a 


J. W. Clokey, - 


1869 


a 


Elder E. G. Holliday, 


- 1869 


ii 


Rev. 


John N. Dick, 


1876 


a 


tt 


John P. Scott, 


- 1876 


a 


Elder Thomas McCance, 


1901* 


1868 


Rev. 


John G. Brown, 


- 1888 


<< 


a 


Jeremiah R. Johnston, 


1870 


tt 


Elder William Shaw, - 


- 1873 



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1868 



1869 



1870 



1871 



1872 



1873 



1874 



1875 



1875 
1876 



<< 
1877 



Rev. Robert H. Pollock, 

" John Black Johnston, 

Elder S. Clark, - 
Rev. David Goodwillie, 

" Alexander G. Wallace, 
Elder Charles Arbuthnot, 
Rev. James Kelso, 

" David W. Collins, 
Elder William M. Gormly, 
Rev. Thomas J. Kennedy, 
Elder James Stewart, 
Rev. John Comin, 

" I. N. White, - 
Elder Charles Warfel, - 
" Minas Tindle, - 
" Thomas Mabon, 
Rev. J. T. Brownlee, 
Elder George McCague, - 

" J. H. Downing, - 
James P. Hanna, 
Rev. John C. Boyd, 
Elder Samuel Kyle, 

" Joseph McNaugher, - 
Rev. John S. Easton, 
Elder R. C. Taylor, 
Rev. R. Audley Browne, - 

" William L. Wallace, 
Elder William Martin, - 
Rev. William T. Meloy, 

" William J. Robinson, 
Elder A. J. Burgess, - 
Rev. R. B. Ewing, 
Elder William M. Gormly, 
Rev. John A. Wilson, 

" David W. Carson, 
Elder Robert E. Stewart, 
Rev. David Paul, 
Elder J. P. George, - 
Rev. William Wishart, 

" Jesse M. Jamieson, - 
Elder Samuel M. Thompson, 
Rev. David S. Kennedy, 

" William H. McMillan, 

" Alexander G. Wallace, 

" John C. Boyd, 
Elder Andrew D. Gilleland, 



1877* 

1873 

1870 

1874 

1873f 

1870 

1874 

1882f 

1871 

1874 

1874 

1875 

1875 

1871* 

1872 

1874 

1873 

1872 

1879 

1874 

1875 

1875 

1896* 

1878 

1875 

1883 

1876 

1905* 

1879 

1899* 

1877 

1890f 

1880 

1876 

1902 

1884 

1898 

1879 

1886f 

1893 

1884 

1878f 

1909 

1902* 

1885 

1883 



85 



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elected 

1878 
u 

1879 



1880 



1881 



1882 
1883 



1884 



1885 



1886 
1886 



1887 
1888 



Rev. Jeremiah R. Brittain, 
" James D. Turner, 
" D. H. French, 
" John A. Bailey, 
Elder P. T. King, 
" J. D. West, - 
Mark Robb, 
Rev. David A. Wallace, 
Elder James Archer, 
Rev. S. F. Morrow, 
" J. B. Dales, - 
" J. P. Sankey, - 
" W. W. Barr, - 
" W. M. Gibson, - 
" Robert Armstrong, 
Elder Henry Harrison, - 
" James Oliver, 
" James McCandless, 
Rev. W. R. McKee, 

" R. TURNBULL, 

" J. P. Lytle, - 

" J. D. Gibson, 

" A. W. Morris, 
Elder W. A. Shaw, - 
" J. S. Long, 
" James Clark, 
Rev. J. M. French, 

" D. K. Duff, 
Elder Thomas Fergus, 
" James Kerr, - 
" James Walker, - 
Rev. A. R. Anderson, 

" J. P. Robb, 

" James Bruce, - - 

Elder Samuel Milliken, 
Rev. Thomas Balph, 
Rev. Andrew Henry, 

" W. H. Haney, - 
Elder M. G. Cheney, 
" R. E. Stewart, 
Rev. John Rippey, 

" D. A. Duff, 

" G. A. B. Robinson, 

" J. S. Speer, 

" D. S. Littell, 



TERM EXPIRED 
1884 

- 1884 
1880 

- 1883f 
1888 

- 1880 
1883 

- 1883* 
1889 

- 1885 
1891 

- 1883 
1883 

- 1887 
1887 

- 1885 
1883 

- 1890 
1892 

- 1889f 
1891* 

- 1886 
1886 

- 1892* 
1886 

- 1884 
1889f 

- 1888 
1888 

- 1893 
1886 

- 1888 
1890f 

- 1888 
1888 

- 1893 
1889 

- 1887* 
1889 

- 1910* 
1890 

- 1887* 
1890 

- 1891 
1891 



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elected 
1888 



1889 



1890 



1891 



1892 



1893 



1894 



1895 



Rev. T. B. Turnbull, 

" R. ACHESON, - 

" W. J. Martin, - 

Elder J. A. Watt, 
M. C. Rauch, 
" John Lynch, 

Rev. R. G. Ferguson, 
" J. M. Fulton, 
" W. A. Mackenzie, 
" Albert Wareham, 

Elder John G. Quay, 
" G. W. Leifreid, - 

Rev. J. P. Sankey, 
" A. S. Biddle, - 
" John A. Wilson, 
" James Given, 

Elder Robert Hutchison, 
" John D. Gill, 

Rev. J. C. Boyd, 
" John Hood, - 
" J. K. McClurkin, 
" W. H. McFarland, 
" Mason W. Pressly, - 
" J. M. Wallace. 

Elder W. S. Stewart, 

Rev. James Bruce, 
" Andrew Henry, 
" W. A. Mehard, 
" R. W. Smiley, - 

Elder J. N. Smith, 

A. J. Smith, - 

Rev. Albert K. Duff, 
" M. G. Kyle, 
" W. J. Martin, 
" J. C. Taggart, - 
" Wm. H. Vincent, - 

Elder James Law, 

David McGowan, 
" J. B. McMeechen, 

Rev. A. G. King, 
" J. G. Madge, 
" D. C. Stewart, 

Elder Archibald Kennedy, 
" Robert B. Maxwell, 

Rev. David Anderson, 



TERM EXPIRED 

- 1889 
1890 

- 1891 
1890 

- 1894 
1891 

1892 

- 1892 
1892 

- 1894f 
1892 

- 1893 
1893 

- 1894 
1905 

- 1893 
1905 

- 1903 
1894 

- 1923* 
1909 

- 1893f 
1907 

- 1894 
1895 

- 1895 
1898 

- 1916 
1919* 

- 1895 
1896 

- 1896 
1894 

- 1908 
1905 

- 1899* 
1898 

- 1896 
1897 

- 1897 
1897 

- 1897 
1903 

- 1898 



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ELECTED 
1895 



1896 



1897 



1898 



1899 



1900 



1901 



1902 



1903 



1904 



1905 



Rev. Thomas Balph, 

" J. O. Campbell, 
Elder George Silver, 
Rev. C. S. Cleland, - 

" W. S. McEachron, 

" Thomas Park, - 
Elder W. J. W. Cowden, 
Rev. J. W. Martin, 

" R. D. Williamson, - 

" James Bruce, 
Elder J. D. Ferguson, - 

" J. W. Grove, - 
Rev. A. B. Gilfillan, 

" Jesse Johnson, 

" W. R. Wilson, 
Elder James Parker, 

H. A. Thompson, 
" James Walker, 
Rev. H. G. McVey, 

" G. M. Wiley, - 

" J. C. Wilson, 
Elder Hugh Cant, 
Rev. H. H. Wallace, 

" W. I. Wishart, - 
Elder J. C. McCracken, 
Rev. A. G. King, 

" R. B. Stewart, 
Elder John Stinson, 
Rev. W. W. Barr, - 

" Geo. E. Hawes, - 

" W. L. C. Samson, - 
Elder J. J. Porter, - 

" Lyle Reid, - 
Rev. J. A. Douthett, 

" Andrew Henry, 

" J. H. Hutchman, 

" Jas. B. Lee, 

" A. K. MacLennan, 
Elder M. C. Rouch, 

" W. J. Smealley, 
Rev. T. W. Anderson, 

" James Bruce, 
Elder J. W. Adams, 

J. S. McCracken, 
Rev. J. T. Adams, - 

<k W. H. Hubbell, 



TERM EXPIRED 
1910 

- 1896f 
1898 

- 1899 
1899 

- 1898 
1904f 

- 1905* 
1900 

- 1900 
1900 

1901 

- 1903f 
1902 

- 1901 
1907 

- 1901 
1902 

- 1902* 
1909* 

- 1902 
1903 

- 1907 
1903 

- 1904 
1904 

- 1904 
1903 

- 1905 
1905 

- 1922* 
1905 

- 1906 
1906 

- 1905 
1905 

- 1906 
1909 

- 1906 
1907 

- 1907 
1908 

- 1907 
1908 

- 1914f 



SS 



Centennial Edition 



elected 

1905 



1906 



1907 



1908 



1909 



1910 



<« 
1911 



Rev. Theodore Littell, - 

" J. R. Logue, 

" J. Knox Montgomery, 

" George M. Reed, 

" D. C. Stewart, 
Elder John A. Bell, 
" John Elliott, 
Rev. F. M. Huston, - 

" T. L. Jamieson, 

" A. G. King, 
Elder H. H. Parrish, 
Rev. J. S. Hill, 

" W. E. Purvis, 

" J. A. Reed, - 

" G. E. Raitt, - 

" A. I. Young, 
Elder W. D. Burns, 

T. G. Donaldson, - 
Rev. David Livingston, 

" R. R. Littell, 

" Luther McCampbell, 

" E. C. Simpson, - 

" Morris Watson, 
Elder D. D. Marshall, 
" J. B. McMechen, 
" John Stinson, 
Rev. J. M. Blackwood, - 

" R. A. Elliott, - 

" Geo. E. Hawes, 

" R. L. Hay, 

" D. M. McKinley, - 

" R. D. Williamson, 
Elder H. A. Hart, M. D., 
R. M. McEachron, 
Rev. H. K. Galloway, 

" J. W. Liggitt, 

" W. A. Littell, 

" J. R. J. Milligan, 

" Chas. H. Robinson, 

" C. R. Watson, - 
Elder Hugh Kennedy, - 
" John H. Murdoch, 
A. E. McLean, - 
" Lyle Reid, 
Rev. T. C. Atchison, 



TERM EXPIRED 

1908 
- 1908 



1908 



1908 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1913f 

1910 

1910 

1910 

1910 

1910 

1910f 

1910f 

1914 

1911 

1911 

1914 

1910 

1914 

1918* 

1911f 

1911f 

1912 

1912 

1921 

1912 

1913 

1914f 

1911 

1913f 

1917 

1913 

1911 

1919 

1916 

1913 

1914 



89 



The Pittsburgh Theological Seminary 



ELECTED 
1911 



1912 



1913 



1914 



1915 



1916 



1917 



Rev. W. W. Jackson, 
" W. E. McCulloch, 
" James Parker, 
" J. M. Wallace, 

Elder Adam H. Cormack, 

Rev. S. E. Irvine, 
" James N. Knipe, 
" R. J. Miller, - 
" J. G. C. Webster, 

Elder Henry Hunt, 

Rev. J. H. Hutchman, 
" O. A. Keach, - 
" R. W. Kidd, 
" W. S. McClure, 

Elder J. R. McLean, 

Rev. R. H. Acheson, 
" Wm. Brown, 
" H. B. Henderson, - 
" Wm. M. Hughes, 
" J. A. Lawrence, 
" W. E. McBride, 
" J. A. Speer, 
" C. J. Williamson, 

Elder J. G. Mullan, 
S. J. Telford, 

Rev. S. J. Glass, 
" J. R. Logue, 
" D. T. McCalmont, 
" T. C. Pollock, - 
" McElwee Ross, 
" J. H. Spencer, 

Elder D. C. Stewart, 
F. K. Warren, 

Rev. J. Alvin Campbell, 
" J. A. Cosby, 
" Wm. M. Hughes, 
" Geo. R. Murray, 
" Wm. M. Nichol, 

Elder W. D. Burns, 
" Thos. Pollock, - 

Rev. Charles Gilmore, 
" W. M. Hopping, 
" C. S. Manor, 
" James Parker, 
" A. R. Robinson, 



TERM EXPIRED 

- 1912 
1921f 

- 1914 
1917 

- 1914 
1915 

- 1915 
1915 

- 1915 
1915 

- 1919f 

- 1915* 
1916 

- 1916 
1917 

- 1917 

- 1915 
1915 

- 1919* 

1919f 

- 1916 
1917 

- 1920 
1918 

- 1917 
1918 

- 1920 
1918 

1918 

- 1917f 
1919 

- 1919 
1917 

- 1919 
1919 

- 1919 
1919 

1918 

- 1920 
1920 



% 



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elected 
1917 

a 

1918 



1919 



1920 



1921 



1922 



1923 



1924 



Elder Hugh Kennedy, 
" Henry Veghte, 

Rev. T. C. Atchison, 
" A. H. Baldinger, 
" W. G. Martin, 
" J. I. Moore, 
" Andrew J. Randles, 
" J. Fulton Wilson, 

Elder Herbert W. Best, 

Rev. J. T. Adams, 
" J. H. Grier, 

" W. J. McMlCHAEL, 

" H. J. Rose, 

" H. Ray Shear, - 

" L. H. Simpson, 
Elder Clyde F. Amos, 
" Percy L. Craig, - 
" R. H. Meloy, 

" Thos. Strangeway, 
Rev. W. M. Anderson, 

" John A. Duff, 

" E. L. Eagleson, 

" J. A. Gordon, 

" J. Alvin Orr, 

" J. C. Scott, 
Elder J. D. Crawford, 

" J. R. Wylie, 
Rev. T. D. Imbrie, 

" W. S. McEachron, 

" R. S. McFadden, 

" W. L. C. Samson, - 
Elder G. A. Armstrong, 

O. F. Garver, 
Rev. F. N. Crawford, 

" M. A. Eakin, 

" G. A. Long, 

" I. G. McCreary, 
Elder Wm. J. Graham, 

J. C. Ohail, 
Rev. John Lytle, 

" R. H. McCartney, - 

" J. J. McIlvaine, 

" E. E. Robb, 
Elder A. H. Calderwood, 
Rev. W. P. Aikin, - 

" W. T. Lytle, 



term expired 
1920 
- 1918 



1921 



1921 
1921 
1922 
1922 

1922 

1920f 
1924f 



1922 

1923 

1920* 

1923 

1923 

1921* 
1923 

1923f 

1922 



1925* 



1925* 



1924 



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Honorary Directors 



1902 


Rev. John G. Brown 


Died 


1904 


1904 


Mr. Charles Lockhart 


- Died 


1905 


« 


Rev. David Carson 


Died 


1911 


1911 




1 Henry Wallace, 


- Died 


1916 


<< 




1 A. G. Kind, - 


Died 


1914 


a 




' James B. Lee - 


- Died 


1914 


a 




1 James Bruce 


Died 


1913 


a 




1 Jesse M. Jamison 


- Died 


1912 


1914 




' A. R. Anderson 


Died 


1919 


it 




1 Thos. H. Hanna 


- Died 


1920 


a 




' Wm. A. McConnell 


Died 


1915 


it 




' J. W. Witherspoon 


- Died 


1923 


1916 




' Jas. B. Clapperton 


Died 


1921 


u 




' Geo. McCormick 


- 




a 




' Wm. G. Waddle 


Died 


1920 


a 




' Chas. R. Watson 


- 




1921 




' W. E. McCulloch 


- 




a 


M 


r. David McGowan 






1922 


Mi 


i. Hugh Kennedy 


- 




14 


Ri 


:v. John A. Wilson 







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Trustees 



The Charter of the Seminary provides that the "corpora- 
tion shall consist of not more than thirteen nor less than 
nine persons or Trustees." By the Constitution the number 
is limited to nine, chosen by the Board of Directors for a 
term of three years. The figures given below denote the 
years of continuous service. Deaths in office are designated 
by an asterisk ; resignations or removals by a dagger. 



ELECTED 




TERM EXPIRED 


1868 


Rev. David Goodwillie . - 


1869 


tt 


" John Black Johnston 


- 1869 


it 


" James T. McClure, 


1869 


it 


" Joseph Andrews 


- 1869 


tt 


Campbell B. Herron, - 


1894* 


tt 


Rev. Joseph H. Presssly, - 


- 1875 


tt 


James Stewart, - 


1869 


t( 


Rev. Robert Gracey, 


- 1869 


a 


Charles Arbuthnot, - 


1870 


it 


Rev. John B. Clark, 


- 1871 


It 


William Frew, - 


1870 


a 


Rev. William J. Reid, 


- 1902* 


It 


John Thompson, - 


1886* 


1869 


Thomas Jamison, - 


- 1893 


tt 


Rev. John C. Boyd, - 


1872 


1870 


John Neely, - 


- 1889 


a 


Matthew Kennedy, - 


1876 


1872 


Samuel Dyer, - 


- 1892 


a 


Rev. Thomas M. Hanna - , 


1876 


1875 


" John Gailey, - 


- 1876 


1876 


" John S. Sands, - 


1881f 


a 


James T. McCance, - 


- 1891 


1878 


Rev. William H. McMillan, 


1882f 


1881 


" E. S. McKitrick, 


- 1895 


1882 


" J. M. Fulton, 


1890 


1888 


R. E. Stewart, - 


- 1910* 


1889 


S. L. McHenry, - 


1906 


1890 


Rev. D. F. McGill, - 


- 1915f 


1891 


W. J. Sawyer, - 


1900* 



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ELECTED 

1891 
1892 
1895 

1899 

1901 
<< 

1903 
1906 



1907 

1910 

it 

1913 
1915 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1922 
1924 



Rev. D. M. Ure, 
Samuel McKnight, 
John M. McCance, 
Alexander Dempster, 
H. W. McKee, - 
John A. Bell, 
Wm. H. Jamison, 
Rev. R. M. Russell, 
" J. G. Kennedy, - 
" J. D. Sands, - 
H. Walton Mitchell, 
Pressly T. McCance, 
Rev. W. I. Wishart, - 
E. S. Morrow, 
W. Wallace Miller, 
Rev. R. B. Miller, 
A. M. Scott, 
John Dewar, - 
Thomas Woods, 
Frederick MacMillan, 
R. E. English, - 
J. E. Fulton, 



term expired 

- 1906* 
1919* 

- 1900* 
1900 

- 1906 

- 1917 
1906f 

- 1910 
1913 

1924* 

- 1921* 

- 1924* 
1918* 

- 1922* 



Prof 




ELECTED 


1825 


Rev 


1829 


Rev 


1831 


Rev, 


1835 


Rev 


1843 


Rev, 


1847 


Rev 


1851 


Rev 


1870 


Rev 


1876 


Rev 


1885 


Rev 


1886 


Rev, 


1886 


Rev 


1890 


Rev, 


1894 


Rev, 


1910 


Rev 


1914 


Rev, 


1914 


Rev, 


1920 


Rev, 


1922 


Rev. 



essors 



TERM EXPIRED 

Joseph Kerr, D. D. Died 1829. 

Mungo Dick. Temporary professor until May, 1831. 
John Taylor Pressly, D. D. Died 1870. 
Moses Kerr. Resigned 1836. 

James Lemonte Dinwiddie, D. D. Resigned 1846. 
Alexander Downs Clark, D. D. Died 1884. 
David Reynolds Kerr, D. D., LL. D. Died 1887. 
, Joseph Tate Cooper, D. D. Resigned 1886. Died 1886. 
Alexander Young, D. D., LL. D. Resigned 1891. 
David A. McClenahan, D. D. Died 1922. 

James Alexander Grier, D. D., LL. D. Retired 1909. 
Died 1918. 
John McNaugher, D. D., LL. D. 
Oliver J. Thatcher, D. D. Retired 1894. 
John A. Wilson, D. D., LL. D. Retired 1915. 
Charles F. Wishart, D. D. Resigned 1914. 
James Doig Rankin, D. D. 
David Frazier McGill, D. D., LL. D. 
James Gallaway Hunt, D. D. 
James Harper Grier, D. D. 

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Alumni and Non-Graduate Students 



The following catalogue contains a list of all students who 
have been enrolled in the Seminary from the first class 
graduated in 1826 to the class of 1925. Those enrolled in 
the classes of 1926 and 1927 are not included. The years 
under which the names are arranged indicate the date of 
graduation. 

Under each year are listed first the graduates and, follow- 
ing the dividing line, the names of any who did not com- 
plete the course at this institution. In the latter case only 
the name is given. In the record of the alumni, the first 
line gives the name and the present address, or, if not liv- 
ing, the residence at time of death. The second line indi- 
cates the work after graduation, or, if living, the present 
work ; if not, the date of death. The deceased are marked 
with an asterisk. 

In cases where the present address or date of death could 
not be ascertained, the latest available information is given. 

That the record for the hundred years might be complete 
the members of the class of 1925 are listed with the alumni, 
and their prospective work and location given as far as pos- 
sible. 



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1826 

•SAMUEL FERGUSON SMITH, Coehranton, Pa. 
Pastor; died March 19, 1846. 

1827 
♦WILLIAM WALLACE, Ganowsburg, Pa. 

Pastor and professor; died January 13, 1851. 

1828 
♦JOHN STARK, Whitesburg, Pa. 

Presbyterian; without charge; died July 12, 1869. 

1829 
♦SAMUEL CALDWELL BALDRIDGE, Ogden, Ind. 

Pastor; without charge; died August 4, 1867. 
"JOHN DICKEY, Mt. Lebanon, Pa. 

Pastor; died March, 1839. 

♦JAMES REYNOLDS, Ohillicothe, Ohio. 

Student; died March 7, 1829. 
•BENJAMIN WADDLE, Kenton, Ohio. 

Pastor; died May 16, 1879. 
♦JAMES WORTH, Halsey, Ore. 

Pastor; without charge; died July 18, 1881. 

1830 
♦JOSEPH REYNOLDS KERR, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Pastor; died June 14, 1843. 

♦HUGH PARKS, St. Clairsville, Ohio. 

Pastor; without charge; died January 6, 1882. 

♦ROBERT STEWART, Cherry Fork, Ohio. 
Pastor; died November 24, 1851. 



Henry Connelly. 

1831 
♦ANDREW SMITH FULTON, Tarentum, Pa. 

Pastor; without charge; died March 10, 1845. 

♦MOSES KERR, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Professor; died January 26, 1840. 

1832 

♦WILLIAM MAGAW BOYSE, Keokuk, Iowa. 
Pastor; died October 31, 1861. 

♦JAMES N. GAMBLE, Urbana. Ohio. 
Pastor; died December 19, 1842. 

♦JOHN EWING HANNON, Albany, Ore. 

Pastor; died June 17, 1863. 
♦NATHANIEL COOPER WEEDE, St. Charles, Iowa. 

Pastor; died October 5, 1887. 

1833 
♦ANDREW BOWER, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Pastor; died December 31, 1851. 



John Graham Witherspoon 

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1834 

♦STEPHEN LEGGETT HAFT, Sharon, Ohio. 
Pastor; died March 7, 1847. 

♦JEREMIAH MORROW, Chillicothe, Ohio. 

Pastor; died July 26, 1843. 
*JAMES C. PORTER, Little Rock, 111. 

Pastor; died November 15, 1863. 
♦JAMES SHIELDS, Prairie dun Chien, Wis. 

Pastor; died August 19, 1862. 

*SAMUEL TAGGERT, West Mkldletown, Pa. 
Pastor; died October 21. 1885, 

♦JOHNSTON WELSH, Cadiz, Ohio. 

College president; died April 17, 1837. 



John L, Dinwiddie 

William Findlev 

1835 
-THOMAS TURNER, Trumbull, 111. 

Associate Reformed Presbyterian, South; pastor; died April 26, 
1890. 

♦JAMES LITTLE YOUNG, Bethany, Miss. 

Associate Reformed Presbyterian, South; pastor; died January 
31, 1867. 

1836 
♦WILLIAM BURNETT, Allegheny, Pa. 

Presbyterian; died August 20, 1854. 

* JAMES CASKEY, Ripley, Ohio. 

Pastor; died February 9, 1854. 

♦JOHN MASON GALLOWAY, Clearfield, Pa. 
Presbyterian; pastor; died April 14, 1865. 

♦ROBERT GRACEY, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Agent, Allegheny Theological Seminary; died July 10, 1871. 

♦WILLIAM RAMSEY HEMPHILL, Due West, S. C. 

Editor; died July 28, 1876. 

♦Robert Mcelroy 

Licentiate; died 

♦MATTHEW McKINSTRY, West Newton, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died December 10, 1872. 
♦JOSEPH OSBORNE, Turtle Creek, Pa. 

Pastor; died October 31, 1851. 



Matthew B. Johnston 

Samuel W. McCracken 

William Dickie Turner 

John Wilson 

1837 

♦JAMES R. BONNER, Sidney, Ohio. 
Pastor; died March 8, 1870. 

♦JOHN HUNTER BONNER, Mt. Joy, Scioto Co., Ohio. 

Pastor; died March 14, 1888. 
♦JONATHAN GILMORE FULTON, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Pastor; died April 17, 1870. 

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♦JAMES PRESTLEY, Mansfield Valley, Pa. 
Died April 1, 1885. 

*JAMES FRENCH SAWYER, Allegheny, Pa. 
Pastor; died July 1, 1849. 



John Neill 

1838 
♦WILLIAM LORIMER, Olena, 111. 

Pastor; died January 31, 1873. 

♦JOSEPH McCREARY, Lebanon, Ala. 

Associate Reformed Presbyterian, South; pastor; died October 
23, 1844. 

♦ALEXANDER MILLER, Dayton, Ohio. 
Pastor; died January 1, 1867. 

♦JOHN NEWTON PRESSLY, Grandview, Iowa. 

Pastor; died August 22, 1866. 
♦JOHN CUNNINGHAM STEELE, Warrensburg, Mo. 

Pastor; died December 13, 1891. 



Joseph Caldwell 
Robert McCoy 

1839 

♦WILSON BLAIN, Union Point, Ore. 

Pastor; died February 22, 1861. 
♦JOHN EKIN, Topeka, Kan. 

Pastor; died September 30, 1869. 
♦RICHARD GAILY, Lexington, Ohio. 

Pastor; died April 2, 1875. 
♦JAMES GRIER, Allegheny, Pa. 

Pastor; died November 11, 1886. 
♦WILLIAM LOUGHRIDGE, Newville, Ohio. 

Pastor; died February 10, 1840. 
♦THOMAS MEHARD, New Castle, Pa. 

Pastor; died July 16, 1845. 

♦THOMAS LATTA SPEER, Locust Hill, Pa. 

Pastor; died November 28, 1851. 
♦JOSEPH THOMPSON, Burnett's Creek, Ind. 

Pastor; died December 7, 1852. 

James Walker 

1840 

♦JOSEPH S. BUCHANAN, Monmouth, 111. 
Pastor; died March 31, 1887. 

♦JOHN L. FREETLY, Harmony, 111. 

Presbyterian; pastor; died December 22, 1878. 

♦JOHN McCLURE, Mt. Lebanon, Pa. 
Died February 22, 1841. 

1841 

♦WILLIAM PHILIP BREADEN, Coultersville, Pa. 

Pastor; died May 13, 1880. 
♦EBENEZER BROWN CALDERHEAD, Marysville, Kan. 

Died September 25, 1892. 

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*JEREMIAH MURRAY DICK, Las Vegas, N. M. 

Pastor; died February 9, 1902. 
♦JOHN JUNKIN FINDLEY, Waynesboro, Pa. 

Died February 6, 1862. 
*DAVID REYNOLDS KERR, Allegheny, Pa. 

Editor and professor; died October 14, 1887. 
*JOHN WILSON McGREGGOR, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Died January 1, 1878. 

*JOHN SAMUEL PRESSLY, Moffettsville, S. C. 

Associate Reformed Presbvterian, South; teacher; died June 
1, 1863. 



William Thornton Findley 
John McDaniel Gordon 
Charles Thompson McCaughan 

1842 

* JAMES HERVEY BUCHANAN, Sunny Hill 111. 

Pastor; died October 18, 1883. 
*JOHN JUNKIN BUCHANAN, Allegheny, Pa. 
Pastor; died July 27, 1853. 

*WILLIAM G. CANDERS, Napa Valley, Cal. 

Presbyterian; teacher; died. 
'SAMUEL FINDLEY, Roxabell, Ohio. 

Presbyterian; pastor; died November 2, 1889. 
: HUGH FORSYTHE, Fairview, Ohio. 

Pastor, retired; died December 5, 1892. 
*JOHN GILMORE, Oskaloosa, Iowa. 

Home Missionary, retired; died January 19, 1908. 
*DAVID PRESSLY, Salem, Tenn. 

Associate Reformed Presbyterian, South; pastor; died July 29, 
1891. 

* JOSEPH HERST PRESSLY, Erie, Pa. 
Pastor; died November 3, 1874. 

* DAVJD FULLERTON REID, Lockport, Pa. 

Pastor; died December 13, 1880. 

-GEORGE WILSON, Gibson City, 111. 

Baptist; pastor, retired; died November 1, 1902. 

ALEXANDER H. WRIGHT 

Presbyterian; teacher; died. 

'•"ALEXANDER YOUNG, Lordsburgh, Cal. 

Professor emeritus; died December 5, 1894. 



William Caskey 

John McKee Graham 

William Mills Graham 

John Findley Kerr 

John McCague 

John Steele McCracken 

1843 

1 DAVID T. CARNAHAN, Perth Amboy, N. J. 

Presbyterian; pastor, retired; died April 3, 1901. 

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*DARGO BLISS JONES, Monmouth, 111. 
Pastor; died March 27. 1868. 

'•'ALEXANDER PATTISON, Birmingham, Iowa. 

Home Missionary, retired; died March 7, 1894. 

*JAMES HUNTER PEACOCK, Coulterville, 111. 
Pastor; died February 1, 1875. 

* JAMES BROWN SCOULLER, Newville, Pa. 

Editor; died September 11, 1899. 
*SAMUEL WALLACE, Pio.ua, Ohio. 

Pastor; died August 26, 1869. 



Nathaniel B. Nelson 

1844 

"ROBERT AUDLEY BROWNE, New Castle, Pa. 

Pastor; died May 15, 1902. 

*JOSEPH BUCHANAN, Steubenville, Ohio. 

Teacher; died March 21, 1910. 
THOMAS CALAHAN, Good-land, Mo. 

Teacher; died August 27, 1897. 

*JOHN NORMAN DICK, Greemsburg, Pa. 
Pastor, retired; died May 2, 1898. 

*JOHN W. DUFF, Blairsville, Pa. 

Pastor; died March 6, 1850. 
*HENRY H. JOHNSTON, St. Edward, Neb. 

Dutch Reformed; pastor; died January 18, 1881. 
"ROBERT W. OLIVER, Kearney, Neb. 

Episcopalian; pastor; died June 23, 1899. 

♦JOSEPH KERR RIDDELL, El wood, Texas. 

Presbyterian; physician; died April 8, 1875. 

♦ROBERT GRAHAM THOMPSON, Santa Ana, Cal. 

Home Missionary, retired; died August 7, 1895. 



Alexander Downs Clark 
Ebenezer Palmer 
John Walker 

1845 

* J AMES BUCHANAN, Cedarville, Oihio. 

Pastor; died April 11, 1847. 
*WILLIAM CARLISLE, Shippensburg, Pa. 

Pastor; died June 3, 1890. 
♦ROBERT D. HARPER, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Presbyterian; pastor; died January 3, 1890. 
*JOHN YOUNG SCOULLER, Fair Haven, Ohio. 

Pastor; died March 5, 1902. 
♦JOSEPH DRAKE STEELE, Warsaw, Mo. 

Home Missionary, retired; died May 15, 1882. 



Jonathan Herron 
Isaac Grier McLaughlin 

1846 
*JOHN GEMMELL BROWN, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died March 4, 1904. 
♦DAVID CALHOUN COCHRAN, Summit, Kan. 
Pastor, retired; died October 30, 1883. 

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"WILLIAM HUMPHREY JAMISON, New Lisbon, Ohio. 

Pastor, retired; died April 13, 1886. 
*WILLIAM TAGGART McADAM, Mt. Pleasant, Iowa. 

Presbyterian; army chaplain, retired; died February 19, 1893. 
"HUGH HOGUE THOMPSON, Urbana, Ohio. 

Pastor, retired; died April 29, 1899. 

*MATTHEW HENDERSON WILSON, Kent, Pa. 
Pastor; died November 30, 1862. 



John Pressly Pinkerton 
Walter Steele 

1847 

*ROBERT ARMSTRONG, Jersey City, N. J. 
Pastor, retired; died April 2, 1892. 

"SAMUEL WATT CLARK, Richmond, Ohio. 

Pastor, retired; died March 4, 1881. 
*JOHN MacLEAN, Beloit, Wis. 

Presbyterian; pastor, retired; died June 26, 1901. 
*DAVID H. POLLOCK, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Pastor, retired; died July 3, 1901. 

*ALEXANDER GEARY SKAFER, Bakerstown, Pa. 
Pastor; died July 1, 1868. 

1848 
*SAMUEL P. BERRY, Venice, Pa. 

Pastor; died December 9, 1850. 
"JAMES CASNER CAMPBELL, Trading Post, Kan. 

Pastor; died August 19, 1884. 
*JAMES HULTZ FIFE, Mt. Pleasant, Pa. 

Pastor; died July 26, 1861. 

* JAMES GREER, Mt. Nebo, Pa. 

Pastor; died April 4, 1855. 

* WILLIAM COOL JACKSON, Cross Creek, Pa. 

Presbyterian; farmer; died August 20, 1888. 
*SAMUEL JAMISON, Muddy Creek Forks, Pa. 
Pastor, retired; died October 29, 1900. 

*LEANDER HADDINGTON LONG, Columbus, Ohio. 
Presbyterian; pastor, retired; died July 19, 1904. 

*RANDALL ROSS, Greenwood, Mo. 

College president; died April 20, 1877. 



Robert Wilson Brice 

Thomas McCague 

William Stevenson McLaren 

1849 
"WILLIAM DALZELL, Niles, Ohio. 

Presbyterian; pastor, retired; died September 21, 1877. 

"WILLIAM AGNEW MEHARD, New Castle, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died June 24, 1898. 
*SAMUEL PATTERSON, Darlington, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died May 22, 1895. 

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* JOSEPH WHITE, Knoxville, Iowa. 

Home Missionary; died July 12, 1872. 



Chesterfield Robb 

1850 

*JOHN KENNEDY ANDREWS, New Castle, Pa. 

Presbyterian; pastor, retired; died December 1, 1896. 

*GEORGE D. ARCHIBALD, Covington, Ky. 

Presbyterian; professor and pastor; died September 25, 1902. 
*JOHN CAMPBELL BRYSON, St. Louis, Mo. 

Pastor, retired; died November 25, 1892. 

*VINCENT COCKINS, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Pastor; died December 16, 1851. 

' JOHN COMIN, Rdx's Mills, Ohio. 
Pastor; died June 18, 1887. 

* JAMES DUNCAN, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

Pastor, retired; died November 10, 1905. 

* JAMES GOLDEN, East Springfield, Ohio. 

Pastor; died September 22, 1869. 

* ROBERT W. HENRY, Alexandria, Egypt. 

Presbyterian; pastor; died October 8, 1869. 
-JAMES KELSO, Pasadena, Cal. 

Pastor, retired; died June 2, 1906. 
*SAMUEL RUTHERFORD KERR, Bayne, Pa. 

Reformed Presbyterian; pastor, retired; died 1901. 

* JAMES THOMAS McCLURE, Wheeling, W. Va, 

Pastor; died January 2, 1900. 

*WILLIAM GAMBLE REED, Springdale, Pa. 
Pastor; died November 29, 1902. 

4 JOHN STEWART ROBERTSON, Dayton, Ohio. 

Presbyterian; pastor, retired; died February 26, 1904. 
*JOHN RIDELL STURGEON 
*JOHN RIDDELL WARNER, Kirk wood, Mo. 

Presbyterian; pastor; died February 20, 1894. 

Matthew Bigger 
William Irvin Brown 
John Chambers 
Thomas R. Gilmore 
John D. Glenn 
Washington M. Sharp 

1851 

* JAMES BORROWS, Jamestown, Pa. 

Pastor; died May 13, 1886. 
*JOHN LIGGETT CRAIG, Macon, Ga. 

Army chaplain; died July 11, 1865. 
*WILLIAM RALPH ERSKINE, Olena, 111. 

Pastor; died February 5, 1875. 

* ALEXANDER GIL FILL AN FERGUS, West Newton, Pa. 

Pastor; died September 30, 1851. 

* WILLI AM MacMILLAN, Lancaster, Ohio. 

Presbyterian; pastor; died. 

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* JOSEPH It. WALKER, Greensburg, Ind. 

Presbyterian; pastor, retired; died Jane 15, 1886. 

* DAVID ALEXANDER WALLACE, Wooster, Ohio. 
Pastor; died October 21, 1883. 



Paul B. Sherrard 

1852 

*JAMES RITCHIE BROWN, Citronelle, Ala. 

Presbyterian; pastor; died January 2, 1900. 

*JOHN BAIRD CLARK, Le Claire, Iowa. 
Pastor; died July 28, 1855. 

*MATTHEW CLARKE, Chicago, 111. 

Missionary, retired; died February 1, 1903. 

*THOMAS M. CUNNINGHAM, Oakland, Cal. 

Presbyterian; pastor, retired; died February 22, 1880. 

*THOMAS DRENNEN, Bloomington, 111. 
Pastor; died November 26, 1867. 

♦JAMES CLARKE FORSYTHE, Montgomery, N. Y. 
Presbyterian; pastor; died December 29, 1897. 

*HUGH HENRY HERVEY, Linesville, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died December 31, 1903. 

-SAMUEL M. HUTCHISON, Washington, Ohio. 

Pastor; died July 13, 1874. 
*ELIJAH McCAUGHEY 

*HENRY COWAN McFARLAND, Oakdale, Pa. 
Pastor, retired; died May 2, 1909. 



Samuel Dougan 
Samuel Glover 
William Hixon 
George Kelso Ormond 

1853 

*GEORGE CAVIT ARNOLD, Chicago, 111. 
Pastor; died November 30, 1863. 

*OLIVER KATZ, Saltsburg, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died November 22, 1899. 

"JOHN RALDOLPH McCALISTER, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Missionary, retired; died January 25, 1906. 

* JAMES CARLISLE McKNIGHT, Chetopa, Kan. 

Home Missionary, retired; died January 15, 1897. 

* DAVID PAUL, Chicago, 111. 

Pastor, retired; died January 24, 1903. 

*SAMUEL FINDLEY THOMPSON, Reddington, Iowa. 
Missionary, retired; died May 13, 1912. 

♦ALEXANDER G1LFILLAN WALLACE, Sewickley, Pa. 

Corresponding secretary, Board of Church Extension; died 
August 19, 1913. 



David MacDill 

Thomas Hanna McEwen 



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*PHILIP HOWELL DRENNAN, Omaha, Neb. 

Pastor, retired; died March 10, 1912. 
*JAMES GIVEN, Indiana, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died April 16, 1912. 
♦JAMES M. GORSUCH, Allegheny, Pa. 

Pastor-elect; died February 29, 1856 
*JOHN JAMISON, Indiana, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died September 21, 190S. 
*THOMAS LOVE, St. Clairsville, Ohio. 

Pastor, retired; died March 2, 1911. 

ROBERT McWATTY, Mercer, Pa. 

Army chaplain, retired; died April 15, 1895. 

* CYRUS KINKADE POTTER, Stuart, Iowa. 

Presbyterian; pastor, retired; died January 21, 1901. 
"SAMUEL FINDLEY VANATA, Vicksburg, Miss. 

Missionary-elect to Freedmen; died May 30, 1864. 
"WILLIAM W. WADDLE, Christian Co., 111. 

Died January 13, 1855. 

"ROBERT H. YOUNG, Allegheny, Pa. 
Died March 30, 1859. 



David Dunbar Christie 
Robert Nelson Dick 



1855 



Augustus Ballentine Beamer 
John Cooke Brisbine 
Robert Kidd Campbell 
Robert Sleeth Campbell 
William Dickey Reams 
William G. McCreary 
William Clement McCune 



1856 



*JOH]N ARMSTRONG, Greenville, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died June 25, 1879. 
*DAVID GIBSON BRADFORD, Springfield, 111. 

Presbyterian; pastor; died August 28, 1907. 
* WILLIAM JOHNSTON, College Springs, Iowa. 

Pastor; died April 23, 1890. 
*ROBERT ARCHIBALD McAYEAL, Cambridge, Neb 

Pastor, retired; died April 12, 1894. 
*SAMUEL EWING McKEE, McDonald, Pa. 

Teacher, retired; died June 26, 1913. 
*BENJAMIN KELSO ORMOND, Toledo, Ohio. 

Presbyterian; pastor. 

*JOSEPH WALKER, New Concord, Ohio. 
Professor; died December 17, 1869. 



Joseph Collins Greer 

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1857 
*JOSEPH BOYD, Carlisle, Iowa. 

Pastor, retired; died June 26, 1902. 
♦THOMAS FRAME BOYD, Quincy, Ohio. 

Pastor, retired; died May 14, 1901. 
-WILLIAM LANDIS McCONNELL, Allegheny, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died July 18, 18G6. 

THOMAS MERCER, Peebles, Ohio. 

Pastor, retired; died November 24, 1907. 



Andrew Jackson Elliott 

1858 

♦ALEXANDER PERRY BELL, Antrim, Ohio. 
Died May 3, 1859. 
JOHN CARNAHAN BOYD, Mt. Lebanon, Pa. 
Pastor; died August 19, 1903. 

♦ALEXANDER CALHOUN, Alameda, Cal. 
Pastor; died May 11, 1898. 

♦WILLIAM COOKE, Grove City, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died August 27, 1902. 

♦JOHN WILLIAM FINLEY 

♦JAMES HAGERTY, Harshaville, Pa. 

Pastor; died July 20, 1861. 
♦ADDISON HENRY, West Charlton, N. Y. 

Pastor; died December 6, 1863. 
♦ABRAHAM LOWMAN, Brookville, Pa. 

Pastor-elect; died November 27., 1858. 

* JOHN SCOULLER McCULLOCH, Omaha, Neb. 

College president and pastor, retired; died March 16, 1910. 

♦ANTHONY ROBINSON McCOUBREY, Danville, N. Y. 

Presbyterian; pastor emeritus; died September 21, 1910. 

♦FRANCIS MITCHELL PROCTOR, Mansfield, Ohio. 
Pastor, retired; died January 15, 1915. 

♦JOHN ERWIN TAYLOR 

♦JAMES DAUGHERTY WALKINSHAW, Keithsburg, 111. 
Presbyterian; pastor; died February 18, 1896. 



John Franklin Hill 

Josiah Melancthon Johnston 

Jonathan Stewart 

John Hugh Young 

1859 

♦JAMES KNOX BLACK, Hoopeston, 111. 

Pastor, retired; died July 12, 1901. 
♦JAMES ARMSTRONG CLARK, Prospect, Pa. 

Pastor; died July 26, 1894. 
♦JOSEPH C. NEVIN, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Missionary, retired; died May 14, 1913. 
♦MARCUS ORMOND, Milroy, Ind. 

Pastor, retired; died November 25, 1881. 
♦JAMES LOVEJOY ROBERTSON, Bronxville, N. Y. 

Reformed Church in America; pastor; died January 4, 1916. 

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*WILLIAM JOHN ROBINSON, Allegheny, Pa. 

Pastor; died December 20, 1899. 
-WILLIAM GLENN WADDLE, New Athens, Ohio. 

Pastor, retired; died October 13, 1920. 



John Cabeen Chisolm 
William McElwee 
William S. Moffatt 

1860 

*THOMAS ANDREWS, East Liverpool, Ohio. 
Pastor; died October 6, 1862. 

•THOMAS FRAME BAIRD, Airville, Pa. 
Pastor; died June 14 > 1865. 

*ABIJAH CONNER, Washington, Iowa. 

Pastor, retired; died March 7, 1870. 

* JAMES CROWE, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died June 22, 1909. 

♦SAMUEL CURRIE EWING, Cairo, Egypt. 
Missionary; died April 3, 1908. 

♦JESSE MITCHELL JAMIESON, Hopedale, Ohio 

Professor, retired; died December 28, 1912. 

* JOSEPH McCARTNEY, Omaha, Neb. 

Pastor; died October 20, 1877. 

♦WILLIAM ALEXANDER McCONNELL, Hickory, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died December 12, 1915. 
*LAFAYETTE MARKS, Wilmington, Del. 

Presbyterian; pastor; died January 5, 1S9S. 

*SAMUEL C. MARSHALL, Tarkio, Mo. 

College president; died August 31, 1888. 

♦JOSEPH HAMILTON TIMMONS, Washington, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died August 20, 1907. 
♦JAMES THOMAS WILSON, Sterling, Kan. 

Pastor, retired; died January 19, 1908. 



Jesse L. Whitla 
Alexander McCahan Wilson 

1861 

♦JAMES HILL ADAIR, Chanute, Kan. 

Presbyterian; pastor, retired; died August 24, 1885. 

JAMES SMITH BARR, New Wilmington, Pa. 

Mission a r y ; retired . 
♦WILLIAM ROSS HUTCHISON, Savannah, Ohio. 

Pastor, retired; died May 19, 1913. 
♦DAVID SMITH LITTELL, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died June 16, 1915. 
ROBERT McCASLIN, Sidney, Ohio. 

Pastor Sidney Presbyterian Church; retired. 
♦JAMES McCREA, Columbus City, Iowa. 

Pastor, retired; died August 13, 1904. 
♦RICHARD MILLER PATTERSON, Atwood, Pa 

Pastor, retired; died October 22, 1912. 

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* WILLIAM LOCKHART WALLACE, Asbury Park, N. J. 
Pastor, retired; died September 9, 1888. 

♦ANDREW WATSON, Cairo, Egypt. 

Missionary; died December 9, 1916. 



William McFarland Claybaugh 
Joseph Armstrong Morrow 



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♦JOHN GIBSON BARNES, Monmouth, 111. 
Pastor; died March 16, 1880. 

♦JAMES P. BLACK, Allegheny, Pa. 

Presbyterian; evangelist; died June 13, 1907. 

* JOSEPH HENDERSON BUCHANAN, West Rushville, Ohio. 

Pastor; died September 6, 1864. 

*JAMES WHITE BUCHANAN, Aurora, 111. 
Pastor, retired; died May 6, 1912. 

* ARCHIBALD B. COLEMAN, New Concord, Ohio. 

Pastor, retired; died March 19, 1911. 

*LUKE IRWIN CRAWFORD, Sandy Lake, Pa. 

Editor; died October 27, 1890. 
♦CHARLES ANDREWS DICKEY, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Presbyterian; pastor; died June 10, 1910. 

'THOMAS PERRY DYSART, Olathe, Kan. 

Pastor; died August 23, 1882. 
♦ALEXANDER BALLANTINE FIELDS, Brockwayville, Pa. 

Presbyterian; pastor; died October 17, 1886. 
•WILLIAM McCREARY GRAHAM, Atlantic, Iowa. 

Presbyterian; pastor; retired; died September 21, 1886. 

* JEREMIAH RANKIN JOHNSON, Washington, Pa. 

Pastor; died September 12, 1890. 
♦DAVID STEWART KENNEDY, Somonauk, 111. 

Pastor; died May 17, 1898. 
♦PETER F. KERR, Demos, Ohio. 

In the army; died May 21, 1863. 
♦JOHN STARK McCONNELL, Cranford, N. J. 

Presbyterian; pastor; died October 28, 1887. 

* DANIEL McBANE McLEAN, Canonsburg, Pa. 

Pastor; died March 21, 1880. 

♦MOSES MORTON MARLING, Arcanum, W. Va. 
Pastor, retired; died November 17, 1912. 

♦JOHN WILLIAMSON MARTIN, New Concord, Ohio. 
Pastor, retired; died November 20, 1904. 

♦WILLIAM MORROW, Chicago, 111. 

Presbyterian; pastor, retired; died December 15, 1898. 
♦WILLIAM D. RALSTON, Chicago, 111. 

Pastor; died April 9, 1894. 

♦WILLIAM JAMES REID, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Pastor and editor; died September 22, 1902. 
♦WILLIAM MARSHALL RICHIE, San Antonio, Texas. 

Pastor, retired; died February 16, 1920. 
♦DAVID MECKLEHAM URE, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Agent, Allegheny Theological Seminary; died April 24, 1906. 

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*JAMES WHITE, Albia, Iowa. 

Pastor, retired; died April 20, 1921. 
51 JAMES SKILES WOODBURN, Greensburg, Pa. 

Presbyterian; evangelist; died January 25, 1911. 



Isaac Wright 
Isaac Wright Collins 
Robert Pressly Findley 
Archibald Bennet Kelly 
Thomas Lawrence 
William Gallogly Moorehead 
William Andrew Robb 
James Duff Turner 
Henry Wallace 

1863 

* JOSEPH REED BOYD, Bowling Green, Ohio. 

Presbyterian; paster; died February 15, 1886. 

*ROBERT H. BOYD, Tipton, Ind. 

Pastor; died June 24, 1903. 
ROBERT GOWAN CAMPBELL, New Athens, Ohio. 

Pastor and professor, retired. 
ALEXANDER HARRY ELDER, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Pastor; died February 19, 1897. 
*HUGH PARKS McADAM, Saugerties, N. Y. 

Presbyterian; pastor, retired; died August 22, 1919. 

*EDWARD NEWTON McELREE, New Wilmington, Pa. 
Pastor, retired; died January 8, 1916. 

*JAMES MURDOCH ORR, Fair Haven, Ohio. 
Pastor; died April 18, 1865. 

*THOMAS PROUDFIT PATTERSON, Monmouth, 111. 
Pastor, retired; died February 21, 1897. 

THOMAS PATTERSON PROUDFIT, Washington, Pa. 
Pastor, retired. 

* JAMES HENRY ROBINSON, Delhi, N. Y. 

Presbyterian; pastor, retired; died April 2, 1922. 
*JAMES PATTERSON SANKEY, Rochester, N. Y. 

Pastor, retired; died May 20, 1907. 
♦THOMAS McCAIN SEATON, Worthangton, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died September 16, 1871. 
*JOSEPH BUCHANAN WADDELL, Midway, Pa. 

Pastor; died February 12, 1886. 
*ISAAC AMBROSE WILSON, Kearney, Neb. 

Pastor, retired; died February 5, 1897. 



Jacob Coon Armstrong 

John Archibald Bailey 

Samuel Findley Clark 

John McBurney Donaldson 

Samuel Giffen 

James Webster McNary 

Walter Ure 

John McMahan Waddle 

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*THOMAS RALPH, St. Clairsville, Ohio. 

Pastor, retired; died January 15, 1912. 
*ALBERT HAMILTON CALDWELL, New Concord, Ohio. 

Pastor, retired; died April 2, 1915. 
*WILLIAM FULTON, Beaver Co., Pa. 

Pastor; died June 25, 1873. 
♦JOSEPH REYNOLDS KERR, New York City 

Presbyterian; pastor. 

*WILLIAM A. McKENZIE, Flushing:. N. Y. 

Pastor, retired; died February 7, 1913. 
*JOHN F. MARTIN, Allegheny, Pa. 

Pastor; died March 30., 1906. 
*JOHN CALVIN MELOY, Avella, Pa. 

Presbyterian; pastor, retired; died June 9, 1920. 

*WILLIAM TAGGART MELOY, Chicago, 111. 
Pastor, retired; February 20, 1904. 

'MORRISON SAMUEL TELFORD, Homer City, Pa. 
Pastor; died January 10, 1903. 



Samuel Kissick Carnahan 
James McGehon Gaily 
George W. McAdam 
George R. Proctor 
John R. Reasoner 
George W. Simpson 
Robert Ekin Stewart 
David C. Wilson 

1865 
♦DAVID BARCLAY, Wilkinsburg, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died November 10, 1915. 

*DAVID FINDLEY BONNER, Endicott, N. Y. 

Presbyterian; pastor emeritus; died May 20, 1921. 

*NEWTON EBENEZER BROWN, Harrisville, Pa. 
Pastor, retired; died September 4, 1903. 

*WILLIAM H. HANEY, New Wilmington, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died November 3, 1887. 
* WILLIAM HARVEY, Cairo, Egypt. 

Missionary; died November 20, 1908. 
*JAMES STEENE HAWK, San Rafael, Cal. 

Presbyterian; pastor; died October 28, 1874. 

*HUGH PARKS JACKSON, Cedarville, Ohio. 
Pastor, retired; died May 17, 1918. 

*ALEXANDER ARCHIBALD McCONNELL, Cranford, N. J. 
Presbyterian; pastor; died September 17, 1873. 

*JOHN HOWARD NIBLOCK, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Pastor, retired; died December 7, 1910. 

*THOMAS S. PARK, Tower Hill, 111. 

Presbyterian; pastor, retired; died July 22, 1901. 
*JOHN SAMPLE ROSS, Troublesome, Kan. 

Pastor, retired; died January 20, 1887. 
*ROBERT STEWART, Gujranwala, India. 

Missionary; died October 23, 1915. 

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ALEXANDER MAY WHITE, Venice, Pa. 
Died June 13, 1866. 



Samuel J. Bogle 
John Hadden 
William Hall 
William Henry Hamilton 
Archibald Nelson Hanna 
George Perry Lee 
Samuel N. Moore 
George Robinson 
Benjamin Nelson Waddle 

1866 
*JEREMIAH REED BRITTAIN, Newark, N. Y. 
Pastor, retired; died December 26, 1903. 

ROBERT GRACEY FERGUSON, Dormomt, Pa. 

College president, retired. 
*WILLIAM ABEL FINDLEY, Mansfield, Ohio. 
Pastor, retired; died May 19, 1922. 

* JAMES PATTERSON FINNEY, Pretty Prairie, Kan. 

Pastor, retired; died August 16, 1918. 
*SAMUEL ROBINSON FRAZIER, Youngstown, Ohio. 

Pastor, retired; died April 29, 1914. 
*JOHN GAILEY, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Pastor; died July 27, 1900. 
*ELIAKIM TUPPER JEFFERS, York, Pa. 

Presbyterian; pastor; died November 18, 1915. 
-JOSEPH McNAB, Caledonia, N. Y. 

Pastor, retired; died January 29, 1919. 
BYRON MONTGOMERY MOORE, Champaign, 111. 

Supt. of School. 
^ROBERT B. ROBERTSON, Freeport, Pa. 

Pastor; died September 14, 1872. 
♦WILLIAM WIER, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Pastor; died September 20, 1906. 



Jacob Newton George 
Spencer C. Hubbell 
Samuel Wallace Lorimer 
Daniel Webster McLane 
Wallace Radcliffe 
David Walker Scott 
Thomas Stephenson 
Nixon Everett Wade 

1867 
*ROBERT GREGG CAMPBELL, Tarkio, Mo. 
Pastor, retired; died July 14, 1914. 

JOHN CALVIN EVANS 

*WILLIAM D. EWING, San Diego, Cai. 

Pastor, retired; died January 14, 1922. 

-WILLIAM R. GLADSTONE, East Greenwich, N. Y. 
Pastor, retired; died February 13, 1877. 

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* ANDREW JACKSON GRAHAM, Beaver City, Neb. 

Editor; died October 27, 1887. 
♦SAMUEL IRWIN McKEE, Washington, Pa. 

Presbyterian; pastor, retired; died August 17, 1885. 

*JAMES D. MADGE, Dalton, Ohio. 

Pastor, retired; died January 15, 1916. 

♦JAMES RUSSELL MILLER, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Presbyterian; editor and pastor; died July 2, 1912. 

♦LEONARD PROUDFIT, Clarinda, Iowa. 

Pastor, retired; died November 16, 1906. 

JOHN STUART SPEER, New Concord, Ohio. 

Pastor, retired. 
♦HENRY FERGUSON STEWART, Jamestown, Pa. 

Pastor; died September 20, 1868. 
♦ROBERT CALDWELL WELSH, Taylorstown, Pa. 

Pastor; died December 22, 1868. 
♦JOHN WILLIAMSON, Ottawa, Kan. 

Pastor; died March 24, 1905. 



David Graham Bruce 
Joseph Thomas Campbell 
John C. Carson 
George Mills Paxton 
John C. Skinner 
Samuel Taggart 

1868 

♦JOHN BROWN BORLAND, Buttercup, Pa. 
Pastor; died May 4, 1894. 

♦HUGH WILSON BOYD, Clokeyville, Pa. 
Died June 12, 1869. 

♦ALEXANDER HAMILTON CALVERT, Thomas Station, Pa. 
Pastor; died November 30, 1901. 

JAMES McBRIDE COCKINS, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Presbyterian; pastor, retired. 

♦DAVID ALEXANDER DUFF, Gait, Canada. 
Pastor; died September 11, 1887. 

♦JAMES GALLOWAY DINWIDDIE FINDLEY, Newburgh, N. Y. 
Pastor; died January 26, 1920. 

♦ANDREW BOYD GILFILLAN, Leroy, N. Y. 
Pastor, retired; died December 29, 1923. 

♦ISAAC GILLESPIE HALL, Lima, Ohio 

Pastor, retired; died October 19, 1894. 
SAMUEL BRUCE McBRIDE, Sewickley, Pa. 

Pastor, retired. 

♦ROBERT T. McCREA, Mansfield., Ohio. 
Pastor, retired; died June 6, 1911. 

♦JOHN C. McELREE, Grove City, Pa. 

Pastor; died April 5, 1886. 
♦MATTHEW McKINSTRY POLLOCK, Albia, Iowa. 

Pastor, retired; died December 7, 1923. 

♦JOHN SCOTT SANDS, Las Cruces, N. M. 

Presbyterian; pastor emeritus; died December 22, 1919. 

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WILLIAM REID STEWART, Bushnell, 111. 

Presbyterian; pastor, retired; died January 13, 1907. 



James Young Boice 
William Forrest Doig 
Robert Forrest Maclaren 
John Elliott Richey 
Robert S. Robb 
James M. Wallace 

1869 

♦THOMAS BRACKEN, Niles, Mich. 

Pastor; died November 5, 1875. 
♦JAMES DAY BROWNLEE, Indiana, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died March 4, 1918. 
* JAMES B, CLAPPERTON, Delancey, N. Y. 

Pastor, retired; died April 2, 1921. 

♦WILLIAM DONALDSON, Monmouth, 111. 

Pastor, retired; died February 10, 1907. 
SAMUEL McCREA HOOD, TrafTord, Pa. 

Pastor, retired. 

*HUGH R. McCLELLAN, Pleasantville, N. J. 

Presbyterian; pastor; died June 30, 1918. 
♦WILLIAM FRANKLIN MILLER, Gifford, Mich. 

Pastor; died February 11, 1909. 
♦WILLIAM STEELE OWENS, San Jose, Gal. 

Pastor, retired; died June 30, 1914. 
♦GEORGE ALEXANDER BOYD ROBINSON, Parkers Landing, Pa. 

Pastor; died December 18, 1909. 
*ROBERT ROGERS, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Pastor; died January 30, 1916. 

THOMAS ANGELA SCOTT, Allegan, Mich. 

Presbyterian; pastor; died July 25, 1916. 

♦WILLIAM JOHN SNODGRASS, West Middlesex, Pa. 
Pastor; died December 25, 1910. 

♦ROBERT BELL STEWART, San Francisco, Cal. 
Pastor, retired; died January 13, 1916. 

♦JAMES CLARK TAGGART, East Liverpool, Ohio. 

Pastor, retired; died September 6, 1909. 
♦ALEXANDER IMBRIE YOUNG, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Pastor; retired; died August 28, 1922. 



John Marshall 

D. Hunter Patterson 

1870 

♦BANKHEAD BOYD, Clokeyville, Pa. 

Died March 7, 1870. 
♦ANDREW HENRY, Jersey City, N. J. 

Pastor; died February 18, 1913. 
♦JOSEPH ANDERSON McKEE, Allegheny, Pa. 

Reformed Presbyterian; died September 2, 1871. 
♦JAMES PATTERSON McKEE, Oil City, Pa. 

Missionary, retired; died November 1, 1899. 

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*JAMES P. SHARP, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died January 27, 1909. 

* ROBERT GRACEY YOUNG, Boone, Iowa. 

Pastor, retired; died December 7, 1906. 



Andrew Easton 
John Douglas Shafer 

1871 

♦ALEXANDER SMITH ABBEY, Harriman, Tenn. 
Pastor, retired; died March 27, 1910. 

♦SAMUEL M. BLACK, Ft. Morgan, Col. 

Pastor, retired; died November 10, 1909. 

♦JAMES ALEXANDER BRANDON, East Union, Pa. 

Pastor; died March 9, 1907. 
♦GEORGE COCHRAN BROWN, Allegheny, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died May 22, 1874. 

DAVID DODDS, Hay ward, Gal. 
Minister and physician. 

JAMES DODDS, New Wilmington, Pa. 

Pastor, retired. 
♦DAVID REED IMBRIE, Dixmont, Pa. 

Pastor; died March 3, 1911. 
♦ALEXANDER DONNAN McCARRELL, Sterling, Kan. 

Pastor, retired; died March 14, 1911. 
♦DAVID KENNEDY McKNIGHT, Grafton, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died October 13, 1920. 
♦WILLIAM H. McMASTER, Edinburgh, Scotland 

Pastor, retired; died September 28, 1919. 
JOHN ROSS MAY, McDonald, Pa. 

Pastor, retired. 

♦JAMES HUTCHISON MORROW, Dexter, Iowa. 
Pastor; deid November 10 1 , 1889. 

♦WILLIAM R. STEVENSON, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died December 18, 1923. 
♦RANKIN J. THOMPSON, Burbank, Cal. 

Pastor, retired; died September 2, 1917. 
♦ALVAN STEWART VINCENT, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Pastor, retired; died March 29, 1916. 

JOSEPH R. WALLACE, New Sheffield, Pa. 

Pastor, retired. 
JOHN A. WILSON, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Professor emeritus, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. 

1872 
JOHN FRANKLIN BLACK, Waterloo, Iowa. 

Pastor Barclay Church. 
♦JAMES STEWART BRANDON, Beaver Falls, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died November 28, 1879. 
♦WILLIAM JAMES COOPER, New Wilmington, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died April 1, 1900. 
JAMES PORTER DAVIS, Hatton, Kan 

Pastor, retired. 

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*BENTON JOHN FORRESTER, Prospect, Pa. 

Presbyterian; pastor; died November 22, 1883. 

*JOHN LEMMON GROVE, MeConnellsburg, Pa. 
Pastor, retired; died December 7, 1919. 

*CYRUS BLANCHARD HATCH, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Presbyterian; pastor. 

*JOHN HOOD, Cambridge, Mass. 

Pastor, retired; died March 28, 1914. 
JAMES LINDSAY HUNTER, Dayton, Ohio. 

National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers; died April 
7, 1896. 
JOSEPH BUFFINGTON JACKSON, Omaha, Neb. 

Pastor, retired. 

GEORGE McCORMICK, Salinas, Cal. 
Pastor, retired. 

*ETHAN ST. CLAIR McMICHAEL, Jacksonville, 111. 

Presbyterian; ipastor, retired; died December 30, 1890. 
*DAVID FRENCH MUSTARD, Walton, Kan. 

Pastor; died July 17, 1891. 

*ELAM Z. THOMAS, Leechburg, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died March 2, 1918. 

*JOHN CALVIN WHITE, Muncie, Ind. 

Pastor, retired; died May 28, 1913. 
*ISAAC THOMAS WRIGHT, Fair Haven, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died February 23, 1914. 



James Clarkson McNaughton Johnston 
Thomas Wallace 

1873 

* ALEXANDER SCOTT AIKEN, Airville, Pa. 
Pastor, retired; died August 3, 1914. 

'MARTIN BEVERIDGE BROWNLEE, Lawrence, Kan. 
Pastor; died May 5, 1921. 

* JOHN SMITH DICE, Enon Valley, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died. 

* JAMES EZRA DODDS, North Hope, Pa. 

Pastor; died April 9, 1877. 
SAMUEL G. FITZGERALD, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Pastor Third Church. 
*JOHN DOUDS IRONS, Oakmont, Pa. 

College president, retired; died June 4, 1916. 
*WILLIAM HUGH KNOX, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died May 20, 1923. 
*LUTHER McCAMPBELL, Geneva, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died November 27, 1919. 
WILLIAM THOMPSON McCONNELL, Boyden, Iowa. 

Pastor Boyden Church. 
WILLIAM H. McCREERY, Riverside, Cal. 

Pastor, retired. 
MOHN SHIELDS McKEE, Butler, Pa. 

Pastor; died March 5, 1903. 



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♦JOHN MORROW, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Pastor, without charge; died April 24, 1919. 

DAVID EDWIN SHAW, Oxford, Pa. 

Presbyterian; pastor emeritus. 
*JAMES WALLACE SWANEY, Oil City, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died January 2, 1883. 
♦ALEXANDER PATTERSON TAGGART, Chase City, Va. 

Pastor, retired; died February 12, 1875. 
♦WILLIAM HANNA VINCENT, Rock Spring, Pa. 

Pastor; died October 23, 1917. 
♦JOSHUA W. WAIT, Ameiicus, Kan. 

Pastor, retired; died December 17, 1878. 



James William Stewart 
Thomas Beveridge Turnbull 



1874 



♦WILLIAM R. BRUCE, Sheakleyville, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died January 27, 1908. 
♦W. BRIMNER CHERRY, New Plymouth, Ohio. 

Pastor, retired; died August 2, 1921. 
♦WILLIAM ALEXANDER EDIE, Connellsville, Pa. 

Presbyterian; pastor; died November 1, 1908. 
♦DAVID PATTERSON GEORGE, Marrysville, Tenn. 

Pastor; died August 10, 1881. 
♦JAMES PATTERSON GIBSON, Hepburn, Iowa. 

Pastor; died May 26, 1916. 
♦HUGH H. HOUSTON, Struthers, Ohio. 

Pastor, retired; died September 3, 1910. 

J. M. IMBRIE, San Diego, Gal. 
Pastor, retired. 

THOMAS BOSTON McKEE, Indianola, Iowa 
Pastor, retired. 

♦ALEXANDER HENDERSON ORR, Ingram, Pa. 
Pastor, retired; died March 19, 1922. 

MATTHEW McKINSTRY PATTERSON, Wilkinsburg, Pa. 
Pastor and Secretary, retired. 

FRANK YOUNG PRESSLY, Due West, S. C. 

Associate Reformed Presbyterian, South; Seminary president. 
♦DAVID M. SLEETH, Linden, Kan. 

Pastor, retired; died November 17, 1908. 

♦THOMAS MEHARD WATSON, Fayette, Pa. 
Retired; died October, 1901. 



Elliott Davidson Campbell 
William Wallace Curry 
Htogh Given McVey 
Robert Grier Miller 
Alvin Mitchell Nichol 
James D. Palmer 
Alexander Wilson Pollock 
Elihu Calvin Simpson 
James Wilson Sloan 
William Stevenson. 



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*ROBERT HANNA BARNES, Wekla, Kan. 
Pastor; died December 10, 1913. 

*ARNEY SYLVAN US BIDDLE, Jersey City, N. J. 
Pastor; died May 21, 1914. 

*JAMES C. HAMMOND, New Salem, Ohio. 
Pastor; died February 8, 1892. 

JAMES HENRY, Corvoam, County Monag'han, Ireland. 
Presbyterian; pastor. 

*WILLIAM MINTEER HUNTER, McKees Rocks, Pa. 

Presbyterian; pastor, retired; died June 5, 1919. 
* JOSEPH W. LONG, Assumption, III. 

Pastor, retired; died November 22, 1914. 
*DAVID GRAHAM McKAY, Bellevue, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died November 14, 1910. 
EBEN S. McKITRICK, Pasadena, Cal. 

Pastor, retired. 

*ROBERT CAMPBELL MONTEITH, Birmingham, Iowa. 

Pastor; died December 25, 1899. 
GEORGE MURRAY REED, Carlisle, Pa. 

Pastor, retired. 
*WILLIAM EKIN SHAW, Fair Haven, Ohio. 

Pastor; died October 22, 1905. 

*WASHINGTON WALLACE, Xenia, Ohio. 

Pastor, retired; died February 11, 1914. 



John R. Alexander 
John Giffen 

Joseph Alexander Scroggs 
James Lane Thome 

1876 
*JOSEPH ALTER, Monmouth, 111. 

Missionary, retired; died February 14, 1904. 
HERVEY HERSCHEL BROWNLEE, Port Gibson, Miss. 

Presbyterian, South; pastor Port Gibson Church. 

* ROBERT JOHN CUNNINGHAM, Crawfordsville, Ind. 

Presbyterian; pastor; died July 14, 1895. 
*JOHN ALBERT DOUTHETT, Coraopolis, Pa. 

Pastor; died August 1, 1908. 
*JOSIAH HUTCHMAN GIBSON, Kansas City, Mo. 

Synodical Superintendent of Missions. 

* JOSHUA GROFT, Wakeeney, Kan. 

Died December 2, 1920. 

•LIN-ITS NELSON LAFFERTY, Lisbon, N. Y. 

Pastor; died August 17, 1914. 
* ALBERT GALLATIN McCOY, Greeley, Col. 

Editor, retired; died November 11, 1887. 
*MATTHEW FOSTER McKIRAHAN, Topeka, Kan. 

Chaplain, retired; died February 10, 1913. 
*WILLIAM McKIRAHAN, Hookstown, Pa. 

Pastor; died September 14, 1924. 
*JAMES STEWART McMUNN, Portland, Ore. 

Pastor, retired; died October 17, 1923. 

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*JAMES DAVIDSON SANDS, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Manager Board of Publication; died January 28, 1913. 
JOHN H. VEAZEY, New Wilmington, Pa. 

Pastor and teacher, retired. 
JOHN McGINNESS WITHERSPOON, Oakmont, Pa. 

Pastor, retired. 



Edwin Br own Graham 
John Pattison 
John C. Young 

1877 
♦SAMUEL M. BAILEY, Xenia, Ohio 

Pastor, retired; died June 2, 1908. 
*HUGH STEWART BOYD, Eastbrook, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died May 11, 1915. 
JOHN HALL BREADEN, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Pastor, retired. 
WILLIAM ROBERT COX, Bellingham, Wash. 

Pastor, retired. 

♦ROBERT C. CRISWELL, Sumnierville, Ind. 

Pastor; died October 23, 1892. 
♦DAVID FRENCH DICKSON, McKees Rocks, Pa. 

Presbyterian; pastor; died September 26, 1915. 
SAMUEL ROBINSON FRAZIER, Wilkinsburg, Pa. 

Presbyterian; pastor, retired. 
♦JAMES McFARLAND FULTON, Key, Ohio. 

Pastor, retired; died November 24, 1896. 
*WILLIAM SIGERSON FULTON, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Pastor; died April 20, 1881. 

SAMUEL JAMES GLASS, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Pastor, McClure Avenue Presbyterian Church, 

THOMAS ALEXANDER HOUSTON, Darlington, Pa. 
Pastor Darlington Church. 

ROBERT ADDISON JAMISON, Murraysville, Pa. 

Pastor, Murraysville and Beulah Churches. 

*ARDVEN ETHMER LINN, Canonsburg, Pa. 

Presbyterian; pastor; died December 11, 1910. 

♦WILLIAM YOUNG LOVE, Statesville, N. C. 

Associate Reformed Presbyterian, South; pastor, retired; died 
October 30, 1916. 

♦JAMES ANDREW McCALMONT, Tarkio, Mo. 
Pastor, retired; died December 14, 1919. 

HENRY HUGH McMASTER, Columbus, Ohio 
Presbyterian; pastor, retired. 

* DAVID REED MILLER, Oakmont, Pa. 

Editor; died July 20, 1923. 
JOHN MORRISON, Canonsburg, Pa. 

Physician. 

♦ANDREW JACKSON SHANNON, Mercer, Pa. 
Died January 20, 1880. 

SAMUEL JULIUS SHAW, San Diego, Cal. 
Pastor, retired. 

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*SAMUEL BRIGGS STEWART, Harshaville, Pa. 
Pastor; died March 6, 1893. 

* JAMES LORIMER THOMPSON, Highlands, Col. 
Pastor, retired; died May 16, 1896. 

NATHANIEL ROSS WALKER, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Presbyterian; pastor, retired. 
NATHAN WEINGART, Des Moines, Iowa. 

Pastor, retired. 



Ebenezer Erskine Cleland 
Joseph Sturgeon Long- 
Oliver Colins Pollock 
Robert Theodore Shaw. 

1878 

*WILLIAM BICKETT BARR, Central Falls, R. I. 

Pastor; died August 8, 1920. 
♦WILLIAM EDGAR DUNLAP, Franklin, Mont. 

Pastor, retired; died June 25, 1920. 
*ROBERT ADDISON GILFILLAN, Myoma, Pa. 

Pastor; died August 6, 1898. 

ANDREW HENRY HARSHAW, Junction City, Kan. 
Presbyterian; pastor emeritus. 

* ROBERT PATTERSON McCLESTER, Butler, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died March 21, 1925. 
♦ANDREW BOYD C. McFARLAND, Butler, Pa. 

Lawyer; died December, 1903. 

ROBERT B. McFATE, Siverley, Pa. 
Clerical; died 

THOMAS TAYLOR MILLER, Burgh Hill, O. 
Not in ministry. 

SAMUEL HENDERSON MOORE, Eustis, Fla. 
Presbyterian; .pastor Eustis Church. 

*JOHN CALVIN ROE, Kenton, Ohio 

Pastor, retired; died February 13, 1906. 



James Alexander Ferguson 
John McFarland 
William Alvin Spalding 

1879 

*JOHN WILLIAM BEST, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Pastor, retired; died March 16, 1914. 

♦JAMES R. FRAZIER, Davenport, N. Y. 
Pastor; died September 28, 1912. 

JAMES BROWN GOWDY, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Pastor, retired. 
*JOHN ALEXANDER GRAY, New Concord, Ohio. 

Professor; died October 16, 1920. 

KENNEDY CLAUDE HAYES, Pulaski, Pa. 
Presbyterian; pastor, Pulaski Church. 

*JAMES McMATH HERVEY, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Pastor; died February, 1894. 

* J AMES CONNELL HUNTER, Allegheny, Pa. 
Pastor, retired; died February 27, 1887. 

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WILLIAM DICKSON IRONS, McDonald, Pa. 

Pastor, First Church. 
WILLIAM JAMES MARTIN, Fall River, Mass. 

Pastor, Fall River Church. 
*JAMES McLACHLAN MOORE, Claysville, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died May 22, 1916. 

SAMUEL ADAMS MOORE, Conway, Pa. 
Pastor Conway Church. 

"JOHN ANDREW SHERRARD, Bridgeport, Conn. 
Presbyterian; pastor; died. 

ROBERT MAHAFFEY SHERRARD, Washington, Pa. 

Pastor, retired. 
JOHN ANDREW SHRADER, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Without charge. 
*DAVID CRAIG STEWART, Salem, N. Y. 

Pastor; died July 18, 1918. 
THOxMAS WILLIAM YOUNG, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Pastor, retired. 



Stephen James Telford 

1880 

"JAMES AULD ANDERSON, Leroy, N. Y. 

Presbyterian; pastor; died November 10, 1913. 

♦THOMAS W. ANDERSON, Brockton, Mass. 
Pastor; died October 20, 1919. 

*JOHN MILLER DIGHT, Zelienople, Pa. 
Pastor; died August 2, 1912. 

"LESLIE ELLIOTT HAWK, New Concord, Ohio. 

Pastor, retired; died November 13, 1923. 
JAMES DUDGEON LYTLE, Monmouth, 111. 

Pastor, retired. 

•WILLIAM SLOAN McCLURE, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died March 22, 1925. 
"GEORGE WHITE MacDONALD, Bellevue, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died February 18, 1925. 
GEORGE A. ROSEBURG, Lisbon, Ohio. 

Pastor, retired. 
"GEORGE WASHINGTON SCOTT, Roorkee, India. 

Reformed Presbyterian, missionary; died August 24, 1905. 
"WILLIAM MURRAY STORY, Coin, Iowa. 

Pastor; died March 1, 1923. 
"PETER TARR, Lisbon, Ohio. 

Farmer; died November, 1913. 



George McVey Fisher 

1881 

THOMAS CUNNINGHAM ATCHISON, Lawrence, Mass. 
Pastor, Lawrence Church. 

ALEXANDER BROWN CALDWELL, Jhelum, India. 
Missionary. 

ALEXANDER HODDER CROSBIE, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Pastor Elmont Ohuroh. 

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JOHN KELLY GIFFEN, Khartum, Sudan. 
Missionary. 

*SETH WILSON GILKEY, New Wilmington, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died May 11, 1924. 
*RODERICK HUGH McAULAY, Due West, S. C. 

Associate Reformed Presbyterian, South; pastor; died Novem- 
ber 17, 1911. 
WILLIAM JAMES McCRORY, Rochester, Pa. 

Pastor Presbyterian Church. 

JOHN QUINCY ADAMS McDOWELL, Danville, Ky. 

Pastor Second Presbyterian Church. 
*DUNCAN MURRAY McKINLEY, South Ryegate, Vt. 

Pastor, retired; died August 19, 1922. 
*WILLIAM FAY McLAUGHLAN, Los Angeles, Gal. 

Presbyterian; pastor, retired; died December 1, 1901. 

SAMUEL JAMES STEELE MOORE, Geneseo, Kan. 
Presbyterian; pastor. 

JOHN ADDISON SHANNON, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Pastor, retired. 
WILLIAM EVERETT STEWART, Alexandria, Pa. 

Presbyterian; pastor. 

*PETER SWAN, Traer, Iowa. 

Pastor; died March 3, 1909. 
CASPER W. TARR, Fresno, Ohio 

Pastor Fresno and Amity Churches. 



Abraham Anderson Hamilton 
David A. McClenahan 
Cyrus Burns Mckee 

1882 
*ALBERT KENNEDY DUFF 

JAMES MATTHEWS DUNCAN, Lodi, Wis. 
Pastor Arlington Church. 

JAMES STEWART GARVIN, South Ryegate, Vt. 

Pastor South Ryegate Church. 
* ALEXANDER GILCHRIST, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Secretary, Board of Home Missions; died January 27, 1907. 
ALBERT J. HANNA, Portland, Ore. 

Presbyterian; pastor, retired. 
ROBERT HOOD, Sterling, Kan. 

Pastor, retired. 
* ALLEN WILLIAM LYTLE, Washington, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died April 9, 1904. 
*CHAUNCEY MURCH, Luxor, Egypt. 

Missionary; died October 15, 1907. 
WILLIAM BROWNLEE SMILEY, Rochester, Pa. 

Pastor Rochester Church. 
JOHN WILLIAM SMITH, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Presbyterian; pastor, without charge. 



David Thompson McClelland 
William Wallace 



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1883 
*JAMES MILLER BENNET 
*JOHN R. COOPER, Danuba, Cal. 

Pastor, retired; died April 16, 1914. 
ROBERT CLARENCE DODDS, Freeport, Pa. 

Pastor Slate Lick and Shrader's Grove Presbyterian Churches. 

JOHN WOODS DORRANCE, Carpentaria, Cal. 
Presbyterian; pastor, without charge. 

JOSEPH GILFILLAN KENNEDY, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Pastor, Occidental Church. 

* JAMES ALVIN LAWRENCE, Indiana, Pa. 

Pastor; died December 8.. 1924. 

*JAMES ROBERT LOGUE, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Pastor; died May 6, 1917. 
JOHN ERASTUS McFADDEN, Monmouth, 111. 

Without charge. 
HUGH WILSON MILLEN, Scottdale, Pa. 

Pastor, retired. 

* JOSEPH PETTIGREW, Guernsey, Iowa. 

Pastor; died April 16, 1892. 

*JOHN CRAWFORD SC0ULLER, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Secretary Board of Ministerial Relief; died January 11, 1925. 
JOHN EDIE STEWART, Phoenix, Ariz. 

Presbyterian; pastor, without charge. 

HOMER HUGO WALLACE, New York City. 
Pastor, West 44th St. Church. 

HOWARD SLOAN WILSON, York, Pa. 

Presbyterian; pastor, without charge. 

1884 
ANDERSON EBENEZER BROWNLEE, Sewiekley, Pa. 

Pastor, retired. 
*JOHN ALEXANDER DUFF, Aspinwall, Pa. 

Pastor; died April 4, 1920. 

*GEORGE HALE GETTY, Ingram, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died March 3, 1920. 
ANDREW NEELY HAGERTY, Carlisle, Pa. 

Pastor, First Presbyterian Church. 

ROBERT H. HOOD, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Pastor, retired. 

WILLIAM HENRY LYTLE, Kansas City, Mo. 
Secretary; Presbyterian. 

OSWELL GIFFORD McDOWELL, Tamaqua, Pa. 

Pastor, Tamaqua Presbyterian Church. 
DAVID FRAZIER McGILL, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Professor, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. 
♦ROBERT McWATTY RUSSELL, Mercer, Pa. 

Evangelist; died August 20, 1921. 

*THOMAS ALFRED SHAW, Bellevue, Pa. 
Pastor, retired; died July 20, 1904. 

1885 

GEORGE EDWARD CARNAHAN, Shannon City, La. 
Pastor Shannon City Church. 

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DAVID MARTIN CLELAND, Bellevue, Pa. 

Pastor Curtis ville and Russelton Churches. 
ROBERT ALEXANDER GEORGE, Memphis, Tenn. 

Pastor First Congregational Church. 
ALVIN W. JAMIESON, Xenia, Ohio. 

Sy nodical Superintendent of Missions. 
WILLIAM FREMONT JOHNSON, Portage, Wash. 

Pastor, retired. 

*JAMES SHIELDS KEENER, Decatur, 111. 

Presbyterian; pastor, retired; died July 4, 1920. 
*ANDREW KING KNOX, Mt. Vernon, Iowa. 

Pastor; died October 29, 1906. 

THOMAS MILTON KNOX, Mt. Vernon, Ohio. 

Pastor, retired. 
MELVIN GROVE KYL^!, St. Louis, Mo. 

President Xenia Theological Seminary. 

♦WILLIAM JAMES McCLINTOCK, Meridian, Pa. 
Pastor; died September 18, 1919. 

DAVID RENTOUL McDONALD, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Pastor, retired. 
*CLARK HINDMAN MARSHALL, Evans City, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died August 2, 1917. 
FRANCIS JOHN ORR, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Without charge. 

WILLIAM EDWARD PAXTON, College Corners, Ohio. 

Pastor, retired. 
JAMES DOIG RANKIN, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Professor, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. 
GEORGE BUCHANAN SMITH, Youngstown, Ohio. 

Lawyer; died May 16, 1915. 

ALBERT EDWARD WAREHAM, Hagaman, N. Y. 
Pastor, retired. 

JEREMIAH BOSTON WORK, Tarkio, Mo. 
Professor, Tarkio College. 



James Samuel Edwin Erskine 
Matthew Brown Patterson 



1886 



JAMES HENDERSON CLARK, Roeknort, Texas. 

Pastor, retired. 
♦ROBERT ALEXANDER ELLIOTT, Cambridge, Ohio. 

Pastor; died July 17, 1917. 
*DAVID McCAW, Hanover, 111. 

Pastor; died January 22, 1899. 

SAMUEL ROBB McLAUGHLIN, Zenith, Kans. 
Pastor, Zenith Church. 

♦WILLIAM HUTCHISON McMURRAY, Alliance. Ohio. 

Pastor; died February 11, 1919. 
1 JAMES STRONG MOFFATT, Columbia, S. C. 

Associate Reformed Presbyterian, South; pastor; died January 

SAMUEL PATTERSON MONTGOMERY, Murraysville, Pa. 
Pastor Union Church. 

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FRANK BELL MURCH, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 
Pastor, retired. 

JOSHUA THOMAS NEEL, Donora, Pa. 

Presbyterian; pastor, retired. 

*JOHN JAY RALSTON, Shannon City, Iowa. 
Pastor, retired; died January 4, 1917. 

CHARLES HENRY ROBINSON, Wheeling, W. Va. 

Pastor, First Church. 
CHARLES EDGAR WHITE, 

Not in the ministry. 



James Francis Ross 
Joseph Addison Thompson 



1887 



ALBERT FLICK, Los Angeles, Calif. 

Pastor; without charge. 
JOHN WELSH HARSHA, Linesville, Pa. 

Pastor; Linesville and North Shenango Churches. 

WILLIAM RUTHERFORD JAMISON, Crafton, Pa. 
Without charge. 

SAMUEL AUSTIN LIVINGSTON, Monroe, Ohio. 

Pastor Mount Pleasant Church. 
*JAMES BROWN McCLELLAND, Grove City, Pa. 

Pastor, retired; died July 3, 1907. 
JOHN BELL McILVAIN, Irwin, Pa. 

Business man. 
JAMES FRANK McKNIGHT, Hanna City, 111. 

Pastor Eden and Harmony Churches. 
ROBERT GEORGE RAMSEY, Erie, Pa. 

Pastor Central Presbyterian Church. 

WILLIAM ROLAND THOMPSON, Universal, Pa. 
Pastor Universal Church. 



John Irvine Anderson 
William Harvey Anderson 
James Oliver Ashenhurst 
Nelson McCandless Crowe 
Joseph Jonathan Sharp 



1888 



JOHN WALTER ASHWOOD, Greeley, Colo. 

Pastor Greeley Church. 
*FRANK GETTY, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Pastor; died November 27, 1912. 
GEORGE EDWARD HAWES, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Pastor Market Square Presbyterian Church. 

JOSEPH L. HERVEY, Wood-haven, N. Y. 

Pastor East Brooklyn Church. 
*JESSE MITCHELL JAMIESON, New Kingston, N. Y. 
Pastor; died November 13, 1913. 

JOHN B. JAMISON, Eighty-Four, Pa. 
Pastor Pigeon Creek Church. 

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WILLIAM WALTER LOGAN, Louisville, Ky. 

Presbyterian.; Superintendent. 
ROBERT JAMES LOVE, New Wilmington, Pa. 

Professor, Westminster College. 
JOHN HOWARD MARTIN, Martinpur, India. 

Missionary. 

JAMES THEODORE MUNPORD, Portland, Ore. 
Pastor, without charge. 

WILLARD HOSICK PATTERSON, Beaver Falls, Pa. 
Pastor Beaver Falls Church. 

CHALMERS C. POTTER, Des Moines, Iowa. 
Pastor, without charge. 

JAMES POTTER, Coraopolis, Pa. 
Pastor, without charge. 

JOHN M. ROSS, Fowler, Calif. 
Pastor Fowler Church. 

MATTHEW JOHN SMALLEY, Waterbury, Conn. 
Not in ministry. 

*AUSTIN ROLAND VAN FOSSEN Winona Lake, Ind. 
Pastor Evangelist; died February 3, 1922. 

SAMUEL NEEL WARDEN, Mt. Pleasant, Pa. 
Business man. 



Thomas Mitchell Chalmers 
Adam Blair Elliott 
Hwgh McMaster Henry 
John Owen McCbnnell 
Stephen Daniel Montgomery 
Charles Park 
McClenahan H. Wallace 

1889 

HUGH HENRY BELL, San Francisco, Calif. 

Presbyterian; Executive Secretary, San Francisco Federation 
of Churches. 
THOMAS FULTON CUMMINGS, New York City. 

Professor, Biblical Seminary in New York. 
SAMUEL DODDS, Wooster, Ohio". 

Professor, College of Wooster. 
ELMER ELLSWORTH DOUGLASS, East Palestine, Ohio. 

Pastor East Palestine Church. 
ELMER ELLSWORTH FIFE, Ludhiana, Punjab, India. 

Presbyterian ; missionary. 
ELLIOTT MORRISON GIFFEN, New Concord, Ohio. 

Missionary, retired. 
ROBERT BURNS HARSHA, West Middlesex, Pa. 

Pastor West Middlesex Church. 
*THOMAS ELLSWORTH HOLLIDAY, Jhelum, Punjab, India. 

Missionary; died March 29, 1924. 

JOSEPH FRANCIS JAMIESON, Monmouth, 111. 
Synodical Superintendent of Missions. 

JOHN CLINTON KISTLER, Ben Avon, Pa. 

Secretary Board of Home Missions, Dept. Ch. Erection. 

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IGNATIUS HOSEA LISH, 

Residence unknown. 

WALTER ARTHUR MONKS, Independence, Pa. 
Pastor Lower Buffalo Presbyterian Church. 

♦WILLIAM SCOTT NEVIN, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Pastor; died July 19, 1920. 

WILLIAM RILEY WILSON, Ben Avon, Pa. 

Professor, Pittsburgih Theological Seminary. 



J. Brice Cochran 

William McCreery Matthews 

1890 

JAMES ADDISON ALEXANDER, Crafton, Pa. 
Sy nodical Superintendent of Missions. 

RALPH PORTER ALLEN, West Middlesex, Pa. 

Farmer. 
SAMUEL PLYRA BARACKMAN, West New York, N. J. 

Pastor West New York Church. 

JAMES ALEXANDER COSBY, Ellwood City, Pa. 
Pastor Ellwood City Church. 

ROBERT LAMONTE HAY, Fowler, Ind. 

Pastor Fowler Presbyterian Church. 

JAMES SLOAN HILL, Hoopeston, 111. 
Pastor, Hoopestoin Church. 

ROBERT ALEXANDER KINGAN, Grove City, Pa. 
Pastor, without charge. 

*JOHN PATTERSON KNOX, Columbia, S. C. 
Pastor; died December 14, 1916. 

*WILLIAM WADDLE LAWRENCE, Lincoln, Nebr. 
Presbyterian; pastor; died September 20, 1921. 

DAVID THOMPSON McCALMONT, Valencia, Pa. 
Pastor Valencia Church. 

SAMUEL ERSKINE MARTIN, New Concord, Ohio. 

Pastor Lebanon, Mt. Hermon, and Northfield Churches. 

JOHN TEMPLETON MELOY, Evanston, 111. 

Pastor Evanston Church. 
WILLIAM MONTGOMERY NICHOL, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Pastor Second Church. 

* JOSEPH BROWN RICKETTS, Lisbon, Ohio. 
Pastor; died April 13, 1919. 

*PETER EMMET SIMPSON, Lebanon, Pa. 
Pastor; died March 3, 1917. 

JOHN LEYDA VANCE, Rock Island, 111. 

Pastor' Second Church. 
ROBERT LINCOLN WELCH, Paxton, 111. 

Pastor Paxton Church. 



James Gordon 

Jay Ellsworth Johnston 

James Harvey Walker 



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1891 

WILLIAM THOMPSON ANDERSON, Rawalpindi, India. 
Missionary. 

*JACOB LINCOLN COOK, Henderson, N. C. 
Pastor, retired; died July 6, 1903. 

SAMUEL WHITE DOUTHETT, Wilkinsburg, Pa. 
Not in the ministry. 

ANDREW PATTERSON DUNCAN, Avella, Pa. 
Pastor Mt. Hope Church. 

FRANK BROWN FOSTER, San Diego, Calif. 
Pastor San Diego Church. 

"HARPER DUNLAP GORDON, Winona Lake, Ind. 
Pastor, without charge; died March 17, 1925. 

*JOHN McDOWELL HERVEY, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Pastor Evangelist; died June 27, 1914. 
SAMUEL GALEY HUEY, San Antonio, Texas. 

Pastor First Church. 

JOHNSTON HARPER HUTCHMAN, Pittsburg, Kans. 
Pastor Pittsburg Church. 

EDWIN LYTLE PORTER, Rawalpindi, India. 
Missionary. 

WILLIAM EDMOND PURVIS, Grove City, Pa. 

College Pastor, Grove City College. 
CHARLES McKELVY RITCHIE, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Pastor Herron Hill Church. 

GEORGE WILLIAM ROBINSON, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Pastor, without charge. 
"JAMES MARCUS WELCH, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Presbyterian; pastor; died January 14, 1916. 

GEORGE WHITESIDE, Thompsonville, Conn. 

Pastor Thompsonville Church. 
WILLIAM IRVINE WISHART, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Pastor Eighth Church, North Side. 



Robert Henderson Acheson 
James Grier Berry 
Charles Louis Boecele 
Ross Turner Campbell 
Jesse Johnson 
De Ormond McLaughry 
John Calvin Millen 

1892 

JOSIAH THOMAS ADAMS, Indianola, Pa. 

Pastor Harmerville and Indianola Churches. 
WILLIAM MARSHALL BARR, DeLancey, N. Y. 

Pastor DeLancey Church. 
HENRY JAMES BELL, High Rock, Pa. 

Pastor Guinston Church. 
MATTHEW RAY COCHRAN, De Witt, Ark. 

Pastor, without charge. 

MAJOR ELLSWORTH DUNN, Portland, Ore. 
Sy nodical Superintendent of Missions. 

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SAMUEL GILKERSON HART, Heliopolis, Egypt. 

Missionary. 
*SAMUEL BLACK HAZLBTT, Worcester, Mass. 

Pastor; died May 13, 1916. 

GEORGE EDGAR HENDERSON, Chase City, Va. 
Pastor Chase City Church. 

THOMAS McCREERY HUSTON, Whitinsville, Mass. 

Pastor Whitinsville Church. 
ROBERT ELMER McCLURE, Blairsville, Pa. 

Pastor Blairsville Church. 
*WILLIAM ADDISON McCLYMONDS, Zelienople, Pa. 

Pastor; died July 22, 1912. 
KENNEDY WILEY McFARLAND, New Wilmington, Pa. 

Pastor Camp Run Church. 

RALPH WILSON McGRANAHAN, Beaver, Pa. 

Secretary, Board of Oo,me Missions. Dept. of Negro Work. 

WELLINGTON LYNN MARTIN, Mexico, Pa. 

Pastor Mexico Church. 
JOHN O. PAISLEY, Melrose Highlands, Mass. 

Pastor Congregational Church. 
JOHN SHERMAN THOMPSON, Roseville, Ohio. 

Presbyterian ; pastor. 
JOHN PRESSLY WHITE, Cedarville, Ohio. 

Pastor Cedarville Church. 
JOHN ELLIOTT WISHART, San Anselmo, Calif. 

Presbyterian; Professor, San Anselmo Seminary. 



Robert Winfield Donald 
John E. Johnston 
Elmer Bryan Stewart 



1893 



WILLIAM MILLER ANDERSON, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Pastor North Church. 
JOHN WILKS BIRNLEY, Arkansas City, Kans. 

Pastor Arkansas City Church. 
*THOMAS DICKSON BOON, Pitcairn, Pa. 

Pastor; died December 13, 1914. 

WILLIAM ANNAN CHAMBERS, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Pastor Beech view Church. 
WILLIAM FRANKLIN COCHRAN, Gooding, Idaho. 

Pastor First Presbyterian and Malad Canyon Churches. 
CHARLES CARROLL FRENCH, Monmouth, 111. 

Pastor, without charge. 
WILLIAM KIRKER FULTON, Wilkinsburg, Pa. 

Pastor, without charge. 
*JOHN WALKER HUNTER, Port Byron, 111. 

Pastor; died May 10, 1903. 

LEROY WOODS LEWELLEN, Tarentum, Pa. 

Pastor Tarentum Presbyterian Church. 
RILEY M. LITTLE, Albany, N. Y. 

Presbyterian; pastor, without charge. 

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DAVID S. LITTELL McNARY, Freport, 111. 

Pastor First Presbyterian Church. 
WILLIAM ALEXANDER MILLER, Lewi stow n, Pa. 

Pastor Lewiistown, Pa. 

JAMES RENWICK MILLIN, New Alexandria, Pa. 
Pastor New Alexandria Church. 

JOHN BRIGHT POLLOCK, Reinbeck, Iowa. 
Pastor Reinbeck Church. 

JAMES FRANCIS RAY, Leetsdale, Pa. 
Pastor, Leetsdale, Pa. 

DANIEL EVERETT SMITH, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Pastor Fourth Church. 

LEE ANNA STARR, Bellevue, Pa. 
Methodist Protestant; author. 

JOHN STANTON SWOGGER, Topeka, Kans. 

Presbyterian; evangelist. 
JOHN HOWARD TATE, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Pastor Park Church. 



John Henry Paxton 
Isaac Crawford Rankin 

1894 

THOMAS CAIRNS ANDERSON, Sparland, 111. 
Pastor LaPrairie Church. 

JAMES DERNELLE BARR, West Middlesex, Pa. 
Pastor Lebanon. Church. 

WILLIAM HOWARD CLARK, East Liverpool, Ohio. 

Pastor Emmanuel Presbyterian Church. 
FRANK ALONZO COLLINS, Plain City, Ohio. 

Pastor New California Church. 

FRANCIS WILLIAM CROSBIE, Greenwich, N. Y. 

Pastor South Argyle Church. 
GEORGE LOWMAN DICK 
THOMAS VAN DYKE DUGAN, Meridian, Pa. 

Pastor Meridian Church. 

JOHN FERGUSON, New York City. 

Lord's Day Alliance. 
HUGH FRASER GIVEN, Tacoma, Wash. 

Pastor First Church. 

ANDREW ALLEN GRAHAM, Monmouth, 111. 
Pastor Second Church. 

-JAMES WALLACE HARRIS, Camaquay, Cuba. 

Pastor, retired; died December 1, 1905. 
HARRY LINCOLN HOOD, Indiana, Pa. 

Pastor Jacksonville and Crete Churches. 
THOMAS LOWRY JAMIESON, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Pastor, without charge. 

JESSE JOHNSON, St. Louis, Mo. 

Professor, Xenia Theological Seminary. 

* JAMES AZDELL KEENER, Tacoma, Wash. 
Pastor; died June, 1917. 



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EDWARD SHILLITO LITTELL, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Pastor, without charge. 

*EDWIN CORNELIUS LITTLE, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Pastor; died March 15, 1920. 

WILLIAM HENDERSON LOVE, Address unknown. 

*ROBERT BURTON ANDERSON McBRIDE, Elizabeth, Pa. 
Presbyterian; pastor; died 

* WILLIAM EDGAR McBRIDE Oil City, Pa. 
Pastor; died May 31, 1919. 

*EMERSON CRAIG PAXTON, Washington, Pa. 
Pastor; died May 8, 1914. 

THOMAS FRAME BUCHANAN SMITH, Junction City, Kans. 
Pastor First Presbyterian Church. 

HIRAM RUTHERFORD SNYDER, Ontario, Ore. 
Pastor, without charge. 

JAMES BROWN STORY, King Hill, Idaho. 
Pastor King Hill Church. 

HENRY CURTIS SWEARINGEN, St. Paul, Minn. 
Pastor House of Hope Presbyterian Church. 

*DAVID McMINN TELFORD, Hartstown, Pa. 
Pastor died October 25, 1915. 

EZEKIEL HILL THOMPSON, Trenton, Ohio. 
Pastor Olivet Church. 

*PRESSLY THOMPSON, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

Presbyterian; pastor; died January 21, 1913. 

ROBERT LEE WARNOCK, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Pastor, without charge. 



Daniel Debster Crofts 
William Robert McKnight 
Joseph Campbell Nevin 



1895 



*RALPH ERSKINE CARSON, El Paso, Tex. 

A. R. P. Pastor, missionary, business man; died February 27, 

1922. 

ALVA ROBISON DARROUGH. 

Not in ministry. 

JAMES ROSS GREENE, South Sharon, Pa. 

WILLIAM JOHN GRIMES, New Concord, Ohio. 
Synodical Superintendent of Missions. 

^QUINCY ADAMS HA MILL, Indiana, Pa. 
Pastor; died October 3, 1896. 

WILLIAM EDWARD McCULLOCH, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Pastor First Church. 

FRANK WAYLAND McKEE, Schenectady, N. Y. 
Pastor, without charge. 

SAMUEL HOWARD MAXWELL, Newkirk, Okla. 
Pastor Axford Presbyterian Church. 

*THOMAS EWING MOFFATT, Philadelphia Pa. 
Pastor, retired; died December 28, 1911. 

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JOHN PORTER ORR, Fair Haven, Ohio. 
Farmer. 

WILLIAM SHERMAN RITCHIE, Ontario, Ore. 
Pastor Ontario Church. 

DAVID POLLOCK SMITH, Little York, 111. 
Pastor Little York Church. 

JAMES HERBERT SPENCER, Wooster, Ohio. 
Pastor Wooster Church. 

DAVID SINGLETON TINKER, North Braddock, Pa. 
Pastor Brinton Ave. Church. 



Henry Chalmers Biddle 
John Paul Courtney 
John William Innes 
William Kinley Ramsey 
James Semple Tussey 

1896 

DAVID WALKER BERRY, Millville, N. J. 
Pastor First Presbyterian Church. 

GEORGE ANDERSON BROWN, Elyria, Ohio. 
Pastor Elyria Church. 

OSBORNE CROWE, Gujrunwala, India. 
Missionary. 

WILLIAM MELVILLE CURRY, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Pastor Ninth Presbyterian Church. 

JAMES GARY DALE, Tampico, Mexico. 

Associate Reformed Presbyterian, South; missionary. 

SAMUEL EARL DuBOIS, Portland, Ore. 
Pastor Church of the Strangers. 

MERTZ ARTHUR EAKIN, Mansfield, Ohio. 
Pastor First Church. 

HUBER FERGUSON, Washington, Pa. 
Pastor First Church. 

FRANK DeWITT FINDLEY, Turtle Creek, Pa. 
Pastor Turtle Creek Church. 

JOSEPH WILSON GIFFEN, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Pastor First Church. 

LORENZO LACKEY GRAY, Jamestown, Ohio. 
Pastor Jamestown, Church. 

*THOMAS HUTCHISON HANNA, Champaign, 111. 
Student Pastor, University; died. 

JAMES GERALD HOUSTON, Etna, Pa. 
Pastor Calvert Memorial Church. 

SAMUEL BOYD JOHNSON, Clearfield, Iowa. 
Pastor Clearfield Church. 

*ROBERT REED McCLURE, Zaffarwal, India. 

Missionary; died April 27, 1900. 
JAMES CHARLES MARSHALL, Trafford, Pa. 

Pastor Stewart Station Church. 

WILLIAM HERRON REED, Minya, Egypt. 
Missionary. 

WILLIAM JAMES REID, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Pastor First Church; editor "The United Presbyterian." 

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*THOMAS LINCOLN ROSE, New Castle, Pa. 
Pastor; died October 7, 1905. 

EBENEZER KNOX SMITH, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Physician. 

JAMES WILSON SMITH, Knoxville, Train, 

Pastor East Vine Ave. Presbyterian Church. 

GEORGE ALBERT SOWASH, Unrdurman, Sudan. 
Missionary. 

JAMES ELMER SPRINGER, Sandy Lake, Pa. 

Pastor Sandy Lake and North Sandy Churches. 

JOHN IRVIN STEWART, New Sheffield, Pa. 
Pastor New Bethleham Church. 

CHARLES STUNKARD, Hickory, Pa. 

Pastor Mt. Pleasant and Westland Mission. 

FRANK WHITE WILSON, Mays, Ind. 

Supt. Mission School, Chase City, Va. 

ROBERT YOST, Thornville, Ohio. 

Presbyterian; pastor, without charge. 

ROBERT STEWART YOUNG, Glenshaw, Pa. 
Pastor Glenshaw Presbyterian Church. 



Joseph Cooper Philips Bryan 
John Ephraim Love 



1897 



JOHN THOMPSON AIKEN, Columbus City, Iowa. 
Pastor Columbus City Church. 

WILLIAM BRAINAN ANDERSON, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Secretary, Board of Foreign Missions. 

♦WILLIAM TEMPLETON BROWNLEE, Ben Avon, Pa. 
Pastor; died August 17, 1922. 

ARTHUR JOHNSTON CALVIN, New Galilee, Pa. 
Pastor Rocky Spring Church. 

WILLIAM BREADEN CAMPBELL, Prospect, Pa. 
Physician. 

LEAL SPEIR CLARK, New Bedford, Pa. 
Pastor New Bedford Church. 

WILLIAM ELLSWORTH DUGAN, San Francisco, Calif. 
Pastor, without charge. 

JOHN IRVINE FREDERICK, Tacoma, Wash. 
Pastor South Church. 

JOHN WILSON GEALEY, Stockton, Calif. 
Pastor, without charge. 

WILLIAM ELMER GUTHRIE, Connoquenessing, Pa. 
Pastor White Oak Springs Church. 

WILL HERMAN HUBBELL, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Pastor Second Church. 

JAMES GALLAWAY HUNT, Ben Avon, Pa. 

Professor, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. 

*HORACE LEANDER KINSMAN. 

Canadian Presbyterian; pastor; died 

WILLIAM LORIMER McCLENAHAN, Meadi, Egypt. 
Missionary. 

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*RALPH McCULLOCH, Suriago, Mindanao, P. I. 
Mine operator; died March 5, 1917. 

URE LaVERNE MACKEY, New York City. 
Presbyterian ; secretary. 

HARRY HALPIN MARLIN, New Castle, Pa. 
Evangelist. 

JAMES HUNTER MILLER, Venetia, Pa. 
Pastor Peters Greek Church. 

-JOHN HUNTER MOORE, West Middletown, Pa. 

Pastor; died April 14, 1904. 

THOMAS CITHCART POLLOCK, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Pastor Oak Park Church. 

WILLIAM WATSON REID, Taeoma, Wash. 
Pastor, without charge. 

*CU'RTIS RISTINE STEVENSON, Long Beach, Calif. 
Pastor; died February 16, 1920. 

WALTER DUNN STRANGEWAY, Watervliet, Pa. 

Pastor Jermain Memorial Presbyterian Church. 

JAMES EWING WALKER, Astoria, N. Y. 
Pastor First Presbyterian Church. 

JOHN HENDERSON WHITE, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Secretary. 

ANDREW WALTER WILSON, Mt. Vernon, Wash. 

Pastor Mt. Vernon, Church. 

CHARLES FREDERICK WISHART, Wooster, Ohio. 
President, College of Wooster. 

WILLIAM WREATH WOODBURN, Grinnell, Iowa. 
Pastor First Church. 



John Wilson Orr 
Herman Wallace Spencer 
Benjamin Burton Wolf 



1898 



* JOHN THOMAS ARTER, 

Presbyterian; died 1920. 

WILLIAM BROWN, Providence, R. T. 
Pastor Second Church. 

ALBERT WALDO CALDWELL, Grafton, Pa. 

Pastor First Church. 

JOHN ELMER CAMPBELL, Beaver Falls, Pa. 
Pastor College Hill Church. 

ERNEST HOUSTON CARSON, Spokane, Wash. 
Pastor Third Church. 

JOHN ADAMS COTTON, Henderson, N. C. 
Pastor and principal. 

DAVID ARTHUR DUNSEITH, Clearwater, Fla. 

Pastor St. John's Presbyterian (South) Church. 

CHARLES DENT FULTON, Beaver, Pa. 
Pastor Beaver Church. 

WILLIAM HOLMES FULTON, Rockford, 111. 
Pastor First Presbyterian Church. 



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JOHN DALLAS GIBSON, Greenville, Pa. 
Pastor Greenville Church. 

*ELMER FEE GILLIS, Hanover, Ind. 
Pastor; died July 16, 1912. 

ROBERT LEE LANNING, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Editor. 
WILLIAM RALSTON LAWRENCE, Carlisle, Iowa. 

Pastor Scotch Ridge Church. 
CHARLES THEODORE LITTELL, McDonald, Pa. 

Pastor Venice Church. 
PRESTON BRACKENRIDGE LOGAN, Farrell, Pa. 

Pastor Farrell Church. 

GEORGE BOONE McCREARY, St. Louis, Mo. 
Professor, Xenia Theological Seminary. 

IRA GRANT McCREARY, Aspinwall, Pa. 
Pastor Aspinwall Church. 

WILLIAM JACKSON McKEAN, San Francisco, Calif. 
Accountant. 

JOSEPH THOMPSON McKITRICK, Rockport, Mo. 
Pastor, without charge. 

*HOWARD WILLIAMS McMICHAEL, Scroggsfield, Ohio. 
Pastor; died February 8, 1902. 

ORLANDO HOWARD MILLIGAN, Avalon, Pa. 
Pastor Avalon Church. 

WILLIAM ALEXANDER MINTIER, New Concord, Ohio. 
Pastor, without charge. 

McELWEE ROSS, McKeesport, Pa. 
Pastor First Church. 

STEWART YOUNG SANKEY, Slippery Rock, Pa. 

Pastor Slippery Rock and West Liberty Churches. 

*NEWTON JAMIESON WALKER, St. Louis, Mo. 
Pastor; died October 1, 1903. 



William Marion Boyd 
Robert John Lockhart 
William Alexander McCaffrey 
M. Carl Shanor 
Josiah Thomas Stevenson 



1899 



DAVID DOUTHETT DODDS, Oakmont, Pa. 
Pastor Oakmont Church. 

ROBERT CALVIN DOUDS, Stoneboro, Pa. 

Pastor Stoneboro Presbyterian Church. 

HERRIES GRANT EDGAR, Oregon City, Ore. 
Presbyterian; pastor without charge. 

HARRY BRADFORD FOSTER, Chicago, 111. 
Presbyterian ; secretary. 

ANDREW PLUMER GIBSON, Address unknown. 

CHARLES GILMORE, Cadiz, Ohio. 
Pastor Cadiz Church. 



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*HARRY DELBERT HANNA, Vandergrift, Pa. 

Pastor; died October 27, 1924. 

JOHN WRIGHT HANNUM, Seattle, Wash. 
Pastor Olympic Court Church. 

JAMES ARCHER HERVEY, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Physician. 

DAVID ALEXANDER WALLACE JOHNSON Englewood, N. J. 
Pastor West Side Presbyterian Church. 

* JAMES HUNTER LEITCH, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Pastor; died August 1, 1904. 

JAMES HARTFORD McCORMICK, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Pastor Clairton Presbyterian Church. 

THOMAS NEWTON McQUOID, Schenectady, N. Y. 
Pastor Schenectady Church. 

CARL AMBROSE MAGEE, Address unknown. 

CLARENCE STEVENSON MANOR, Irwin, Pa. 
Pastor Irwin Church. 

JESSE PENNY MARTIN, Forest Grove, Pa. 

Pastor Forestville Presbyterian Church. 

ROBERT MAXWELL, Taxila, India. 
Missionary. 

WILLIAM ANDERSON PHILIPS, San Francisco, Calif. 
Pastor St. John's Presbyterian Church. 

CHARLES PATTERSON PROUDFIT, Xenia, Ohio. 
Pastor Second Church. 

ARCHIBALD ROWAN ROBINSON, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Pastor Sixth Church. 

ROBERT HENRY ROCKWELL, Akron, Ohio. 
Pastor North Hill Church. 

FRANK DUNCAN SMITH, Springfield, Masis. 

Presbyterian; pastor. 

HERBERT McGEOCH TELFORD, Knoxville, Tenn. 
Professor, Knoxville College. 

WILLIAM HENRY TREISCH, Bellingham, Wash. 
Pastor Broadway Church. 

WILLIAM SMART WALLACE, Huntsville, Ohio 
Pastor; without charge. 



George Edwin Bell 
John Reed Buchanan 
Alfred Bailey Denison 
John Walkup Douglas 
John Benjamin Eichenauer 
Frank Marshall Foulks 
James Stewart Ellison McGaw 
Andrew Wilson Pollock 
Charles Royce Watson 



1900 



*WILLIAM JOHN BRANDON, Pasrur, Panjab, India. 
Missionary; died September 24, 1911. 

JAMES HOWARD DOUDS, Homestead, Pa. 
Pastor Homestead Church. 



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ROBERT HAMILL, New Castle, Pa. 
Pastor Mt. Jackson Church. 

JOHN CH/ANEY HANLEY, Jackson City, Ky. 

Principal Jackson City Presbyterian (South) School. 

WILLIAM HERRON JAMISON, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Business man. 

WILLIAM JAMES HAWK, Walton, Kans. 
Pastor ; without charge. 

ORIN ALEXANDER REACH, Akron, Ohio. 
Pastor First Church. 

LESTER B. LEWELLEN, Wheeling, W. Va. 

Pastor Elm Grove Presbyterian Church. 

JAMES HARVEY McCORMICK, Slippery Rock, Pa. 

Pastor First Slippery Rock and Bethel Churches. 

JOHN ANDREW MAHAFFEY, Stronghurst, 111. 
Pastor Stronghurst Church.. 

JOHN CLARENCE PINKERTON, Indiana, Pa. 
Pastor First Church. 

EDGAR LEE RALSTON, Buena Vista, Pa. 

Pastor Buena Vista and Boston Churches. 

WILSON GARDNER ROBINSON, Ainsworth, Iowa. 
Pastor, without charge. 

ROBERT BENSON WILSON, Columbus, Ohio. 
Pastor Crestview Presbyterian Church. 



Witsius Zwingli Allen 
James Franklin Campbell 
William Ramsey Coventry 
Ernest Gallagher Foster 
William Thomas Mabon 
Robert Elliott Owens 
William Scott Smith 



1901 



JOHN ELMER BARR, Waterford, Pa. 
Pastor Waterford Church. 

EMIL JAMES BLACK, Address unknown. 

JOHN ULYSSES BRUSH, Sparta, 111. 
Pastor Sparta Church. 

ROBERT ELMER COOPER, Oakland, Calif. 
Pastor Brooklyn Presbyterian Church. 

DAVID MILTON DAVIS, Alexis, 111. 
Pastor Alexis Church. 

FRANK ALVIN DUMM, Cherry Fork, Ohio. 
Pastor Cherry Fork Church. 

WILLIAM ORRIS FISHER, San Francisco, Calif. 
Pastor First Church. 

WILLIAM STEWART GLASS, Washington, Pa. 
Pastor North Buffalo Church. 

*CHESTER WINFIELD KELLOGG, Santa Ana, Calif. 
Pastor, without charge; died in 1922. 

FRANCIS SCOTT McBRIDE, Westerville, Ohio. 

National Superintendent of the Anti-Saloon League. 

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JOHN WALLACE McCLENAHAN, Chicago, 111. 

Pastor Eighth Church. 
EDWIN McCLINTOCK, New Wilmington, Pa. 

Pastor Shenango and Harbor Churches. 

EDWIN GRAY McKIBBEN, Rushville, Ind. 
Pastor Rushville Church. 

THOMAS FJENRY MELVILLE, West Allis, Wis. 

Pastor West Allis Church. 
"'FRANK MELVILLE MILLER, Economy, Pa. 

Pastor; died December 8, 1906. 

DAVID GLENN MOORE, Washington, Pa. 

Editor. 

* JOHN HERBERT MORTON, Rawalpindi, India. 
Missionary; died April 29, 1910, 

JOHN ALVIN ORR, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Pastor First Church, North Side. 
LUTHER KNOX PEACOCK, Houston, Pa. 

Evangelist. 

ORVILLE ANDERSON PETTY, New Haven, Conn. 
Congregational; professor, Yale University. 

ROBERT FOSTER ROBINSON, Address unknown. 

JAMES STEWART WILSON, Hudson, Wis. 

Pastor Hudson Presbyterian Church. 
VAHRAM KRIKOR YACOUBIAN, Cairo, Egypt. 

Dentist. 



Archie Thompson Lindsay 



1902 



WATSON SAMUEL BOYCE, Charlotte, N. C. 

Associate Reformed Presbyterian, South; pastor Villa Heights 

Church. 

JAMES HOWARD BOYD, Tanta, Egypt. 
Missionary. 

SAMUEL BROWN, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Pastor Faiirhill Church. 

JOSEPH McKEE CALDWELL, Indiana, Pa. 
Not in the ministry. 

ROBERT ROSS CALDWELL, Bessemer City, N. C. 

Pastor Bessemer City Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church. 

WALTER GIBSON COMIN, Nampa, Idaho. 
Pastor Nampa Church. 

* JACOB SHANOR DAGUE, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. 

Pastor; died February 6, 1925. 
FLOYD EUGENE DORRIS, Portland, Ore. 

Presbyterian; pastor, without charge. 

WILLIAM JOSEPH ENGLE, New Sheffield, Pa. 
Pastor Mt. Carmel Presbyterian Church. 

JAMES MARKLE FERGUSON, Bellevue, Pa. 

Pastor Bellevue Church. 
ERNEST GALLAGHER FORRESTER, Canton, Ohio. 

Pastor Fairmount Park Church. 

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WILLIAM McCLELLAN FRENCH, Martins Ferry, Ohio. 

Pastor Martins Ferry Church. 
THOMAS ATCHISON GIBSON, New Kensington, Pa. 

Pastor Parnassus Church. 

WILLIAM FORRESTER GRAHAM, Murray, Neb. 
Pastor Murray Church. 

JOHN ALEXANDER GREGG, Craft on, Pa. 
Pastor Crafton Heights Church. 

CHARLES FREDERICK HOFFMAN, Emporia, Kan. 
Pastor Emporia Church. 

WILLIAM DURWARD HOWIE, Ft. Morgan, Col 

Pastor, without charge. 
SAMUEL ELLIOTT IRVINE, New Castle, Pa. 

Pastor First Church. 

LEWIS ALFRED KERR, Philipisburg, Kan. 

Pastor Philipsburg, Presbyterian Church. 

WILLIAM NELSON LEEPER, Iowa City, Iowa. 
Pastor, without charge. 

WILBERT HICKMAN McPEAK, Santa Ana, Cal. 
Pastor Santa Ana Church. 

WALTER MacDONALD MACKEY, Tacoma, Wash. 
Pastor, without charge. 

*ROBERT BRUCE MILLER, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Pastor; died October 19, 1918. 

DELBER McVEY MONTGOMERY, Casper, Wyo. 
Presbyterian; pastor, without charge. 

CLARENCE AMANDER POLLOCK, Bristol, Col. 

Pastor Bristol Church. 
GEORGE HUGH SEVILLE, Newburgh, N. Y. 

Pastor Independent Church. 

WALTER JAMISON STEWART, Oskaloosa, Iowa 
Pastor Oskaloosa Church. 

ROBERT McINTOSH STURGEON, Cranston, R. I. 

Pastor Cranston Church. 
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN WHITE, Ocean Grove, N. J. 

Presbyterian ; evangelist. 



John Henry Couch 
David Ambrose Littell 



1903 



ALBERT HENRY BALDINGER, Butler, Pa. 

Pastor First Church. 
ROBERT CALVIN BETTS, Latrobe, Pa. 

Pastor Latrobe Church. 

HUBERT CLEAR CHAMBERS, Gujranwala, India. 
Missionary. 

WALTER JANKINS HOGUE, York, Pa. 
Pastor First Presbyterian Church. 

WILLIAM McCLURE HUGHES, New Concord, Ohio 
Pastor New Concord Church. 

SCOTT AIKEN McCOLLOM, Newton, Iowa 
Pastor Newton Church. 



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JOHN CALFIN McCONAUGHY, Wilkinsburg, Pa. 

Pastor Hebron Church. 
GEORGE ERNEST RAITT, South Pasadena, Gal. 

Sy nodical Superintendent of Mission's. 
EDGAR ALEXANDER RANSON, Greensboro, N. C. 

Associate Reformed Presbyterian, South; business mian. 
* JAMES GRANT REANEY, Altoona, Pa. 

Pastor; died June 18, 1921. 
ARTHUR MAY REED, Manhattan, Kans. 

Pastor Manhattan Church. 
JAMES FRANK REED, Sioux City, Iowa 

Pastor Morningside Presbyterian Church. 
FRANCIS JOSEPH SCOTT, Connellsville, Pa. 

Pastor Connellsville and Laurel Hill Churches. 

EDGAR ELLIS STRONG, Fayetteville, Tenn. 

Associate Reformed Presbyterian, South; Dean Bryson College. 
ROBERT WILLIAM WALKER, Benha, Egypt. 

Missionary. 

JOHN WALTER WATSON, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Pastor Second Church. 
HARRY EDWARD WHITMYRE, Gladstone, 111. 

Pastor Gladstone and South Henderson Churches. 
CHARLES HENRY WILLIAMSON, Grove City, Pa. 

Pastor Grove City Presbyterian Church. 
WILLIAM WISHART WILLIS, Irwin, Pa. 

Pastor Bethel, Duffsville and Sewickley Churches. 
CARENCE LEROY WRIGHT, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Pastor Valley View Presbyterian Church. 



Robert Parks Cooke 
Alexander McCracken 
William Robert McMunn 



1904 



GUY SMITH BROOKS, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Pastor Lincoln Avenue Church. 

JOHN MacNICOL CAMERON, Lisbon, Ohio. 
Pastor Lisbon Church. 

JOHN GRIFFITH DICK, Marnel, Col. 

Pastor, without charge. 
EDWIN LAMONT EAGLESON, West Middletown, Pa. 

Pastor West Middletown Church. 
JOHN BAPTIST FORTUNATO, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Lawyer. 

LYTLE ROGERS FREE, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Pastor Boulevard Church. 

SAMUEL COOPER GAMBLE, Butler, Pa. 
Pastor Second Church. 

WILSON VINCENT GROVE, Noblestown, Pa. 

Pastor Noblestown and Rennerdale Churches. 

JOSEPH ALVIN HAZLETT, Hartstown, Pa. 

Pastor Hartstown, South Shenango, and Conneaut Lake 
Churches. 

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SAMUEL JAMES HEATH, Mercer, Pa. 
Pastor First Church. 

WILLIAM THOMAS McCANDLESS, Monaca, Pa. 

Pastor First Presbyterian Church. 

*HUGH WELLINGTON McCARTNEY, Lyndon, Kan. 
Pastor; died January 5, 1918. 

EDWARD CALVIN McCOWN, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Pastor Mt. Lebanon Church. 

JAMES RUSSELL McFARLAND, Monessen, Pa. 

Pastor First Presbyterian Church. 

ALEXANDER MITCHELL, Baltimore, Md. 

Pastor Westminster Presbyterian Church. 

JOHN NELSON, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Pastor, without charge. 

CHARLES ROBERT RAMSEY, Woodville, Pa. 
Pastor Woodville Church. 

ALEXANDER BRADSHAW REID, Carrollton, Ohio. 
Pastor Scroggsfield and Glade Run Churches. 

HARRY JOSEPH ROSE, New Wilmington, Pa. 
Synodical Superintendent of Missions. 

HARRY PARKER SMITH, Woodlawn, Pa. 
Pastor Woodlawn Church. 

WILLIAM SAMUEL STURGEON, Lyndhurst, N. J. 

Pastor Reed Memorial Church. 

DAVID RUSSELL TURNBULL, Elizabeth, Pa. 
Pastor Elizabeth Church. 

WILLIAM CHARLES WALLACE, New Wilmington, Pa. 
President, Westminster College. 

SAMUEL ALVIN WORK, Mansurah, Egypt. 
Missionary. 



Clyde Ferguson Amos 
William Austin Wright 



1905 



WILLIAM PATTON AIKIN, Canonsburg, Pa. 
Pastor Chartiers Church. 

WILLIAM EARNEST BAIRD, Butler, Pa. 

Pastor Twelfth Church, North Side, Pittsburgh. 

JAMES MOORE BRICELAND, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Pastor Sheraden Presbyterian Church. 

EVERETT AUSTIN CAMPBELL, Donora, Pa. 
Pastor Donora Church. 

CHARLES WRIGHT FULTON, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Pastor Eleventh Church, North Side. 

JOHN WALTER GOOD, Millidgeville, Ga. 
Professor. 

JAMES LEDRU HOWIE, Shenandoah, Iowa. 

Pastor Shenandoah Presbyterian Church. 

ANDREW MAGILL, Jamaica, N. Y. 

Pastor First Presbyterian Church. 

MORRIS SYLVESTER McBANE, Dormont, Pa. 
Pastor, without charge. 

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RALPH GIBSON McGILL, Heliopolis, Cairo, Egypt. 
Missionary. 

THOMAS McKEE, West Newton, Pa. 
Pastor West Newton Church. 

ANDREW J. RANDLES, New Castle, Pa. 
Pastor Second Church. 

JOHN GIVEN THOMPSON, Chicopee, Mass. 
Pastor Chicopee Church. 

CLARENCE JOSEPH WILLIAMSON, New Castle, Pa. 
Pastor Highland Church. 

FREDERICK GRAHAM WRIGHT, Portersville, Pa. 
Pastor Oak Grove Church. 



Charles Campbell 

1906 

JOHN LEON ACHESON, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Professor, Pittsburgh University. 

JAMES MILLIGAN BLACKWOOD, Cleveland Heights, Ohio. 
Pastor The Heights Church. 

CLARK FREEMAN CAMPBELL, Gary, Ind. 
Pastor Gary Church. 

ALBERT EUGENE CURRY, Kittanning, Pa. 
Pastor, without charge. 

ROBERT BROWN FULTON, Albion, Pa. 
Pastor Albion Presbyterian Church. 

HARRY CLIFFORD HILDEBRAND, McKees Rocks, Pa. 
Pastor Union Church. 

SAMUEL L. LOUDEN, Mars, Pa. 
Pastor Mars Church. 

CLARENCE YOUNG LOVE, Newville, Pa. 

Pastor Big Spring Church. 

WILLIAM WALLACE McCALL, Hornell, N. Y. 
Pastor First Presbyterian Church. 

JOSEPH McFARLAND McCALMONT, Glemshaw, Pa. 
Pastor Elfinwild Church. 

JOSEPH OSCAR McCOWN, Leechburg, Pa. 
Pastor Leechburg Church. 

ETHAN ARVILLAS McMICHAEL, McCoysville, Pa. 
Pastor Tuscarora and Concord Churches. 

ERNEST NEAL ORR, Gastonia, N. C. 

Associate Reformed Presbyterian, South; pastor First Church. 

ANDREW ANSLEY THOMPSON, Heliopolis, Cairo, Egypt. 
Missionary. 

PAUL HAROLD YOURD, Benton Harbor, Mich. 
Pastor Congregational Church. 



Charles C. Farquhar 
Wallace Radcliffe Ferguson 
Willis Edwin Hogg 
William Cuyler Witherspoon 



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1907 
GUSTAVUS WALTER BALDINGER, South Kortright, N. Y. 
Pastor South Kortright Church. 

JOHN ALVIN CAMPBELL, Pasadena, Cal. 
Pastor Pasadena Church. 

ALLEN JOSEPH CROOKS, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Pastor Twelfth Church. 

HOWARD FRANCIS HAZLETT, Jamestown, Pa. 
Pastor Jamestown Church. 

JOH^ LYTLE, Cambridge, N. Y. 
Pastor Cambridge Church. 

DAVID LAUGHLIN McBRIDE, Dayton, Ohio. 
Pastor First Church. 

ROBERT HARLAND McCARTNEY, Sharon, Pa. 
Pastor Sharon Church. 

GEORGE HAMILTON McCLELLAN, Biookline, Mass. 
Presbyterian ; teacher. 

CHAUNCEY KIRK McGEORGE, Steubenville, Pa. 
Pastor Second Church. 

JESSE MOORE McMAINS, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 
Pastor Grand Ave. Church. 

WILLIAM EMMETT MINTEER, College Springs, Iowa 
Pastor College Springs Church. 

*ROBERT JOHNSON PICKEN, Boise, Idaho. 
Pastor; died August 21, 1915. 

WILLIAM ALLEN POLLOCK, Lakewood, Ohio. 
Pastor Lakewood Church. 

DWIGHT ALEXANDER RUSSELL, Washtucna, Wash. 
Pastor Washtucna Church. 

AUGUSTUS THEODORE SMITH, Toledo, Ohio 
Pastor First Church. 

CHARLES OPIE SMITH, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Pastor Memorial Church. 

JOHN WEBSTER SPRINGER, Emsworth, Pa. 
Pastor Emsworth Church. 



John Fleming Gibson 
James Henderson McCall 
Van McKinstry McMaius 



1908 



CHARLES CLARENCE ADAMS, Cairo, Egypt. 
Missionary. 

ROBERT ALEXANDER BIGGERSTAFF, Chatham, N. J. 
Pastor Ogden Memorial Presbyterian Church. 

FRANK CLYDE DAVIDSON, Walton, N. Y. 
Pastor Walton Church. 

JAMES HAMILTON EDGAR, Seattle, Wash. 
Pastor Bethel Presbyterian Church. 

ROBERT ALEXANDER ESDON, Manhattan, Kan. 
Professor. 

DAVID CHALMERS FULTON, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Pastor Sherwood Church. 



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CARL ACHESON HAYS, Mansfield, Ore. 

Presbyterian Sunday School Missionary. 

WILLIAM ROBERT IRVINE, Richmond, Kan. 
Pastor Richmond Church. 

HARVEY WILBUR LOGAN, Butler, Pa. 

Pastor Summit and Westminster Presbyterian Churches. 

HALL BREADEN McELREE, Indianola, Iowa. 
Pastor Indianola Church. 

MILTON ADAIR McGILL 

Address unknown. 

ALPHEUS CLYDE MERCER, Dayton, Pa. 
Pastor, without charge. 

WILLIAM DAVID MERCER, Gojranwala, India. 
Missionary. 

GEORGE HUTCHISON MITCHELL, Richmond, Ind. 
Pastor Second Presbyterian Church. 

JOSEPH PANETTA, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Germantown Presbyterian Italian Mission. 

EDWARD CHARLES PARKER, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Not in ministry. 

HARVEY EUGENE PHILIPS, Cairo, Egypt. 
Missionary. 

ANDREW JACKSON SEIGLE, Cottonwood Falls, Kan. 
Pastor, without charge. 

JOHN FULTON WILSON, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Pastor Fox Chase Presbyterian Church. 

JOHN MILLER WISHART, Carnegie, Pa. 
Pastor First Presbyterian Church. 



Charles Henry Baldwin 
Robert William Frater 
Emmett N. McBride 
Robert Howard Milholland 
Frank Little Orr 



1909 



SAMUEL ERNEST CALHOUN, Apollo, Pa. 
Dentist. 

JAMES GARFIELD CAMPBELL, Pasrur, India. 
Missionary. 

C. EBEN McCONNELL COPELAND, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Pastor, without charge. 

WILLIAM E. McF. COPELAND, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. 
Pastor Cuyahoga Falls Church. 

LEWIS JOHN DAVISON, East Liverpool, Ohio. 
Pastor First Church. 

*WILLIAM JACOB EVERHART, Connellsville, Pa. 
Pastor; died October 16, 1918. 

ALVAN LAWRENCE GODFREY, Guthrie, Okla. 
Pastor Guthrie Church. 

JAMES BRAINERD HARPER GRIER, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Professor, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. 

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ROBERT McNARY KERR, St. Louis, Mo. 

Professor, Xenia Theological Seminary. 

CHARLES M. CALDWELL LAING, Tarkio, Mo. 
Pastor Tarkio Church. 

HUGH LAMBIE, Dormont, Pa. 
Professor. 

JAMES FREDERICK LeCLERE, St. Louis, Mo. 
Pastor Third Church. 

SAMUEL CARSON PICKEN, Sangla Hill, India. 
Missionary. 

MICHELE RENZETTI, Chicago, 111. 
Pastor, without charge. 

PAUL LEON REYNOLDS, Worthington, Pa. 

Pastor Worthington and Buffalo Churches. 

DAVID IRWIN ROSE, Tarentum, Pa. 
Pastor Ninth Ave. Church. 

JAMES LYLE SHAW, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Evangelist. 

HUGH GAMBLE SNODGRASS, Pemberville, Ohio. 
Pastor Scotch Ridge Church. 



Palmer Chalmers 
James Daugherty, Jr. 
Roland Gilliford Deevers 
Harry Love Henderson 
Frank M. Lorimer 
Samuel Dense Knapp 
Samuel Hall McClure 
Charles B. C. Porter 
Robert Wilson Yourd 



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*JAMES ALLEN BARR, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Pastor; died January 13, 1917. 

NORWOOD JACKSON CALHOUN, Loveland, Col. 
Pastor Loveland Church. 

JOHN BORLAND CAVITT, Hamilton, Ohio. 
Pastor Hamilton Church. 

GILBERT ATHOLE FORBES, Andes, N. Y. 

Pastor Andes Church. 

CRAIG ROBERT FORSYTHE, Tampa, Fla. 
Lawyer. 

ROBERT FERGUSON GALBREATH, Bellevue, Pa. 
Pastor Bellevue Presbyterian Church. 

WALTER GETTY, Richmond, Va. 

Presbyterian, South; secretary. 

JOHN LYON KEAN, Address unknown. 

JAMES HOWARD McBANE, Oak Park, 111. 
Pastor, without charge. 

WILLIAM PERRY McCORMICK, Storm Lake, Iowa. 
Pastor Lake Side Presbyterian Church. 

RALPH MEEK McCRACKEN, Goldfield, Iowa. 
Pastor Goldfield Church. 



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JOHN READE McCRORY, Washington, Iowa. 
Pastor First Church. 

JOHN SHAW MacLEAN, Albany, N. Y. 

Pastor Albany Church. 

BYRON EDWARD MYERS, East Greenwich, N. Y. 
Pastor East Greenwich Church. 

WILLIAM FREDERICK ROTZLER, New Brighton, Pa. 
Pastor New Brighton Church. 

JOHN CALVIN SMITH, Cambridge, Ohio. 
Pastor Second Church. 



Everett Alonzo McGarey 
Paul French Mustard 
Wilson Reid 
George Clark Vincent 

1911 

RALPH ERSKINE AYERS, Sargodha, India. 
Missionary. 

DAVID HUNTER CURRY, Birmingham, Mich. 
Not in the ministry. 

HOWARD WAYNE DIGHT, Butler, Pa. 
Not in ministry. 

DOMENICO GUALTIERI 

Canadian Methodist. 

CLARENCE WALKER JOHNSTON, Prospect, Pa. 
Pastor Prospect and Mt. Chestnut Churches. 

ALFRED McPHERSON LAING, Gujranwala, India 
Missionary. 

HARRY CRAIG McAULEY, Youngstown, Ohio. 
Pastor Brownlee Woods Church. 

EARL DALTON MILLER, New York City. 
Pastor Second Church. 

MATTHEW LEONARD NEILL, Shellsburg, Iowa. 

Pastor Shellsburg and Pleasant Hill Presbyterian Churches. 

HARRIS JOHNSTON STEWART, Gujranwala, India. 

Missionary. 

FORREST SCOTT THOMPSON, Assiut, Egypt 
Missionary. 

ALBERT GREER WEIDLER, Berea, Ky. 
Professor, Berea College. 



Newton Jesse Aiken 

*Salvatore Blundo, died December 2, 1909 

John Stewart 

1912 

JOSEPH WILLARD ACHESON, Cairo, Egypt. 

Missionary. 
JAMES WALLACE BAIRD, Zagazig, Egypt. 

Missionary. 
WILLIAM SMYTHE BAMFORD, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Pastor Brooklyn Church. 

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ERNEST VINTON CLEMENTS, Bodomali, India. 
Missionary. 

JOSEPH D'ALESSIO 

Not in ministry. 

WILLIAM PRESTON GILMOR, Alexandria, Egypt. 
Missionary. 

RICHARD DANIEL HAYS, Adamsville, Pa. 

Pastor Adamsville and Kennard Churches. 

ARTHUR LIONEL KENYON, Ligonier, Pa. 

Pastor Ligonier and Fairmont Churches. 

GEORGE ANDERSON LONG, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Pastor Homewood Church. 

GEORGE WALLACE McBRIDE, Lititz, Pa. 
Not in ministry. 

JOHN LOUDEN McGEOCH, Gibsonia, Pa. 
Pastor Hampton Church. 

JAY W. RANSON, Pakpatten, Punjab, India. 

Associate Reformed Presbyterian; missionary. 

1913 

DALTON GALLOWAY, Madinet El-Faiyum, Egypt. 
Missionary. 

WILLIAM FRANKIN HARKEY, Houston, Pa. 
Pastor Houston Church. 

HOWARD BRUCE HUTCHMAN, Amoret, Kan. 
Pastor Amoret Church. 

ROY PHILIP MORRIS, Apollo, Pa. 
Pastor Apollo Church. 

JOHN SNODGRASS MILHOLLAND, Albia, Iowa. 
Pastor Albia Church. 

THOMAS LEWIS PATTON, Saxonburg, Pa. 
Pastor Shiloh and Clinton Churches. 

LEONARD FRANKLIN PATTERSON, Lisbon, Ohio. 

Pastor West Beaver and New Lebanon Churches. 

WILLIAM WASHINGTON RITTER, Bellevue, Pa. 
Pastor Mt. Nebo Church. 

LITTLETON EDWARD HARMON SMITH, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Pastor Ontario St. Church. 



Edwin Erskine Anderson 
Roy Wherry Jamieson 
Pasquale Vocatino 

1914 

ERNEST SIMPSON BROWN, St. Joseph, Mo. 
Pastor Brookdale Church. 

FRANK McCLURE CAUGHEY, Red Oak, Iowa. 

Pastor Red Oak and Pleasant Lawn Churches. 
WILLIAM JOHN DICKEY, Tarentum, Pa. 

Pastor First, Tarentum, and Oak Grove Churches. 

GEORGE F. GILLESPIE, Brookline, Mass. 
Pastor First Presbyterian Church. 

WILLIAM GUY HAMILTON, Milroy, lnd. 
Pastor Milroy Church. 

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ANDOR ADAM HARSANYI, Canonsburg, Pa. 
Presbyterian ; Presbyterial Missionary. 

THERON DELOSS IMBRIE, Braddock, Pa. 
Pastor First Presbyterian Church. 

JOHN IRWIN MOORE, Zanesville, Ohio. 
Pastor First Church. 

ROBERT T. M. McGILL, San Antonio, Texas. 
Pastor Alamo Heights Church. 

WILLIAM McCLEAN WORK, Richmond, Ind. 
Chautauqua lecturer. 



Gino Bandrandi 
John Henry Peters 
Ettore Pieropan 
Vittorio Puteri 



1915 



ALEXANDER CAMPBELL BAILEY, Moline, 111. 
Pastor Moline Church. 

EDGAR J. CLARK, Le Claire, Iowa. 
Pastor Le Claire Church. 

EDWARD A. DAUM, Chicago, 111. 
Pastor First Church. 

ARTHUR McBANE DICKSON, East Liverpool, Ohio. 
Business man. 

JOHN CHARLES HEINRICH, Rawalpindi, India. 
Missionary. 

WILLIAM BRAINERD JAMISON, Luxor, Egypt. 
Missionary. 

RAYMOND M. KISTLER, Warren, Pa. 

Pastor Warren Presbyterian Church. 

WILLIAM TORRENCE LYTLE, Ben Avon, Pa. 
Pastor Ben Avon Church. 

DANIEL CRANE McCOY, Fresno, Cal. 
Pastor Fresno Church. 

JAMES KING QUAY, Cairo, Egypt. 
Missionary. 

JAMES McCULLAM RUSSELL, Akron, Ohio. 
Pastor Monroe Church. 

FORTUNATO SCARPITTI, Erie, Pa. 

Lutheran; pastor Italian Mission. 

ROBERT CLARENCE SHERRARD, Chicago, 111. 
Pastor Fifth Church. 

JAMES LOVE THOME, JR., Oxford, Ohio. 
Pastor Oxford Church. 

GUY De YARMOND WALLACE, Braddock, Pa. 

Pastor First Church. 

1916 

JOHN LEE ALEXANDER, Youngstown, Ohio. 
Pastor Lansingville Church. 

DAVID EMMET ALTER, Jhelum, India. 
Missionary. 

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PAUL EUGENE CARSON, Struthers, Ohio- 
Pastor Poland Ave. Church. 

ANDREW STERRETT CRESWELL, Pontiac, Mich. 

Pastor Community United Presbyterian Church. 

JAMES GEORGE CUNNINGHAM, Boise, Idaho. 
Pastor Highland Park Church. 

SAMUEL RUSSELL CURRY, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Pastor South Side Presbyterian Church. 

RICHARD REESE GRIFFITHS, Freedom, Pa. 
Pastor Methodist Episcopal Church. 

THOMAS A. LAMBIE, Addis Ababa, Abyssinia. 
Missionary. 

RALPH WILSON LINDSAY, Monmouth, 111. 
Pastor Ninth Ave. Church. 

JACOB ROSS LINSENMAYER, Monmouth, 111. 
Pastor First Church. 

ALBERT A. LOVE, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Pastor Mt. Washington Church. 

RALPH LAUGHLIN MARTIN, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Pastor, without charge. 

CARL MEGCHELSEN, Janesville, Wis. 
Pastor Rock Prairie Church. 

CHARLES BENEZET MITCHELL, Carteret, N. J. 
Pastor First Presbyterian Church. 

LESLIE MOUNTFORD, Mercer, Pa. 
Pastor Second Church. 

CHARLES HARVEY McCLUNG, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Pastor, without charge. 

CARL EN'FRED PERSON, Middletown, Ohio. 
Pastor Middletown Church. 

BURTON McMASTER WALLACE, Argyle, N. Y. 
Pastor Argyle Church. 



John Scott CI el and 
Steele Fulton Stewart 



1917 



PAUL MAXWELL ANDERSON, Japan. 
Business man. 

THOMAS MURRAY BROWN, Bulger, Pa. 
Pastor Robinson Church. 

RAYMOND LEONE EDIE, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Secretary, Board of Foreign Missions. 

ROBERT HAROLD ELLIOTT, Ft. Morgan, Col. 
Pastor Ft. Morgan Church. 

JAMES LARMOR GRAHAM, Sterling, Kan. 
Professor, Sterling College. 

EDWARD FIELD MUNN, Lowellville, Ohio. 
Pastor, without charge. 

RALPH TODD McLAUGHLIN, Mansurah, Egypt. 
Missionary. 

OSCAR THEODORE PERSON, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Pastor First Church. 



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RALPH RODGERS SCOTT, Beni Suef, Egypt. 
Missionary. 

H)TTO FLEET SELF, Weiser, Idaho. 
Pastor; died December 12, 1918. 

REID FRAMPTON SHIELDS, Urn Durman, Sudan 
Missionary. 

JOHN ERNEST SIMPSON, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Pastor North Church. 



Clarence Albert Barnes 
George Allen Bisbee 
William Harper McNaugher 



1918 



JOHN MATTHEW ACHESON, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Assistant pastor First Church. 

HERBERT ASHTON ARMITAGE, Sebring, Ohio. 
Pastor Sebring Church. 

VINCENT DRYDEN BECKETT, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Pastor Woodland Ave. Church. 

JOHN EMIL CAUGHEY, York, Pa. 
Pastor York Church. 

JOHN HENRY DALLAS CLAY 

SAMUEL BRUCE COPELAND, New Castle, Pa. 
Pastor Third Church. 

ROBERT WALLACE CUMMINGS, Sialkote, India. 
Missionary. 

CARL SCOTT DUNN, Portland, Ore. 
Pastor Kenton Church. 

ORVILLE JOSEPH FLEMING, Carrollton, Ohio 
Pastor Carrollton Church. 

JOHN CAMPBELL FULTON, Akron, Ohio. 
Pastor Fourth Church. 

*ERNEST THEODORE GILBERT, Cambridge, N. Y. 
Pastor; died February 28, 1922. 

HOWARD WEIR GORDON, Aledo, 111. 
Pastor Sunbeam Church. 

WILLIAM JOHN AUDLEY GRAHAM, Ilion, N. Y. 
Pastor, without charge. 

WILMER MARTIN HAY, Kimbolton, Ohio. 

Pastor Kimbolton, New Salem, Clearfork, and Ridge Churches. 

JOHN ALFRED HEASTY, Doleib Hill, Sudan 
Missionary. 

JAMES EARL HUGHES, Valencia, Pa. 
Pastor Glade Run Church. 

ERSKINE WITHfERSPOON KENNEDY 

Not in ministry. 

LEE FRANCE PARK, Andrew, Iowa. 
Pastor Andrew Church. 

SAMUEL JOHN PURVIS, Youngstown, Ohio. 
Pastor Memorial Presbyterian Church. 

CAMERON BROOKS REED, Cambridge, Mass. 
Pastor Cambridge Church. 

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WILLIAM HARRY ROSS, Khangah Dogran, India. 
Missionary. 

RAYMOND WILSON SMILEY, Marion, Ohio. 
Pastor First Presbyterian Church. 

JAMES PORTER STURGEON, Erie, Pa. 
Pastor Brown Ave. Church. 

EDWARD WILLARD WELCH, Indianapolis, Ind. 
Pastor Woodruff Ave. Church. 

JAMES IRVIN WHERRY, Warren, Ohio. 

Pastor First Church. 
GEORGE WASHINGTON WHITE, Boyne City, Mich. 

Pastor Boyne City Presbyterian Church. 
FRANK HAROLD WRIGHT, Tulsa, Okla. 

Pastor Tulsa Church. 



Reed Hultz Duncan 
Isaiah Russell 
William Ingram Sarver 
Joseph Zimmerman 

1919 

RAYMOND SPURGEON COPELAND, East McKeesport, Pa. 
Pastor East McKeesport Church. 

WILLIAM HENRY HASTINGS, St. Louis, Pa. 
Pastor Second Church. 

SAMUEL HERBERT JAMISON, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Assistant Secretary, New World Movement. 

SAMUEL McPHERSON LAING, Springfield, Ohio. 
Pastor First Church. 

REX ELDER LAWHEAD, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Pastor West Washington Church. 

JOHN CALHOUN LORIMER, Shabin El-Kom, Egypt. 
Missionary. 

RALPH WILSON MANSFIELD, Wheeling, Ohio. 
Pastor Second Church. 

JOHN CALVIN KNOX MILLIGAN, Morning Sun, Iowa. 
Pastor Morning Sun Church. 

HUGH McQUISTON MILNE, Jhelum, India. 
Missionary. 

HfAROLD HARPER McCONNELL, St. Louis, Mo. 
Pastor First Church. 

WILLIAM BERTRAM McCRORY, Ainsworth, Iowa. 
Pastor Ainsworth Church. 

JAMES HOY McELHINNEY, North Bend, Neb. 
Pastor North Bend Church. 

HAROLD ARCHIBALD McGEOCH, Zagazig, Egypt. 
Missionary. 

JAMES ALEXANDER POLLOCK, Luxor, Egypt. 
Missionary. 

FRANK CLARK RAMSEY, Wilmerding, Pa. 
Pastor Wilmerding Church. 

JOHN ALEXANDER RANKIN, Homer City, Pa. 
Pastor Homer City Church. 

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JAMES KISTLER STEWART, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Pastor Second Church, North Side. 

MILO DAVID STRANEY, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Y. M. C. A. Secretary, Pittsburgh University. 

WILLIAM LIGGITT WISHART, Washington, Pa. 
Pastor Second Church. 



John Mustard Dinsmore 
William Ira Grundish 
Frank Miller Hunter 
Cornelius Clark McNary 
George William Morrison 

1920 

WILLIAM REED ANDERSON, Mansfield, Ohio. 
Without charge. 

CHARLES ROSCOE CHEEKS, East Liverpool, Ohio. 
Pastor Calcutta Church. 

RAYMOND HUGHES GORDON, Fresno, Cal. 
Pastor Monmouth Church. 

JOSEPH IRVINE KROHN, McDonald, Pa. 
Pastor Robinson Run Church. 

LOUIS ROY LASHi Superior, Neb. 
Pastor Superior Church. 

PAUL ALEXANDER MILLER, Lyallpur, India. 
Missionary. 

THOMAS HIGGS NEWCOMB, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Pastor First Church. 

DAVID DOUGLAS PORTER, New Concord, Ohio. 
Professor, Muskingum College. 

ORLAND MELVILLE RITCHIE, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Pastor Seventh Church. 

HOWARD EDGAR SCOTT, Saxman, Kan. 
Pastor Saxman Church. 

HUGH CARNES THOMPSON, Coraopolis, Pa. 
Pastor Coraopolis Church. 



George Earl Wilson 
G. Reid Johnston 



1921 



WILLIAM EDWARD ASHBROOK, Hubbard, Ohio. 
Pastor Liberty Church. 

DONALD HENRY BRUSH, Minden, Neb. 
Pastor Minden Church. 

ANTONIO DI STASI, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Presbyterian; Italian Mission, East Liberty. 

HENRY WELLS EDDY, East Akron, Ohio. 
Pastor Oak Hill Church. 

ROBERT WESSON GIBSON, Springdale, Pa. 
Pastor Springdale Church. 

JOHN ALFRED GLASSE, San Jose, Cal. 
Pastor San Jose Church. 



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PAUL McCONNELL, Benha, Egypt. 
Missionary. 

JOHN WILSON MELOY, Beaver Falls, Pa. 
Pastor Steffin Hill Church. 

DON PATTEN MONTGOMERY, Harrisville, Pa. 
Pastor Harmony Church. 

JOHN BYRON PORTER, Canon City, Col. 
Pastor Canon City Church. 

MELVIN WATT RIDDLE, Oakdale, Pa. 
Pastor Oakdale Church. 

STEPHEN ROTH SCHIEB, Rochester, Pa. 
Evangelical Association; pastor. 

WILLIAM LEWIS THORNBURG, Parnassus, Pa. 
Pastor Logan's Ferry Church. 



William Henry Bade 
Harry Blaine Fairman 
Harry William Hawley 
William Leroy Hogg 



1922 



SAMUEL IRVINE ACHESON, Cairo, Egypt. 
Missionary. 

WILLIAM DWIGHT GILLESPIE, Fairpoint, Ohio. 
Pastor Uniontown and Fairpoint Churches. 

WILLIS BRUCE GILLIS, Garner, Iowa. 
Pastor Garner Church. 

RICHARD WARWICK GRAVES, Pullman, Wash. 
Pastor Pullman Church. 

RICHARD BOYD JOHNSON, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Pastor Fourth Church. 

JOHN JAMISON McILVAINE, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Pastor Brooklme Boulevard Church. 

JOSEPH ALEXANDER MEARS, Canton, Ohio. 
Pastor Reedurban Church. 

ERNEST ORVILLE RALSTON, Salem, N. Y. 
Pastor West Hebron Church. 

JOHN STOTLER STONER, Thomas, Pa. 
Pastor Mt. Prospect Church. 

JOHN HENRY WARD, Washington, Pa. 

Pastor Liberty Methodist Episcopal Church. 

PAUL EDWARD WEST, Sheffield, Ala. 
Pastor Sheffield Church. 



Edwin Van Home Condron 
Harold Cornell 
Harry Guy 
Ernest Koehne 
Ralph Sheffey 

1923 

HOWARD McGILL BRUCE, Tarentum, Pa. 
Pastor East Union Church. 

BRUCE BROWNLEE BUCHANAN, Sayo, Abyssinia. 
Missionary. 



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JAMES BEVERIDGE CUMMINGS, Rawalpindi, India. 
Missionary. 

ROBERT ALEXANDER FOSTER, Sialkot, India. 
Missionary. 

DALLAS HAMILTON FUNK, Saltsburg, Pa. 

Pastor Saltsburg and Conemaugh Churches. 

THEODORE CALVIN GILFILLAN, Volant, Pa. 

Pastor Plaingrove and Leesburg Churches. 

DAVID HAROLD HAMMOND, Fairview, Pa. 
Pastor Reformed Presbyterian Church. 

HARRY EDWARD KELSEY, Spokane, Wash. 
Pastor First Church. 

CHARLES DELBERT LEIPER, Dunbar, Neb. 
Pastor Dunbar Church. 

LELAND MERRILL MILLER, Oakland, Cal. 
Pastor First Church. 

FREDERICK CLARE PATTERSON, Sargodha, India. 
Missionary. 

PARKER EDWIN ROSE, Franklinville, N. Y. 
Pastor Franklinville Church. 

TAWFIK SALEH, Assiut, Egypt. 
Professor, Assiut College. 

HOLLIS CAMPBELL STERRETT, Pueblo, Col. 
Pastor Pueblo Church. 

JAMES THOMPSON VORHIS, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Pastor Florence Ave. Church. 



Elbert Hamblin 
Bennie Wilson H^ys 
Percy Hilton Woodruff 



1921 



FREDERICK MEARLE BLICK, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Pastor Knoxville Church. 

JOSEPH BECKWITH BROWN, Toronto, Ohio. 
Pastor Toronto Church. 

FREDERICK ADOLPH BUCHHALTER, New Concord, Ohio. 
Pastor Bloomfield Church. 

ROBERT ANDREW CAMPBELL, Mt. Pleasant, Pa. 
Pastor Mt. Pleasant Church. 

RONALD STEWART CLELAND, Cairo, W. Va. 
Pastor Cairo Presbyterian Church. 

THOMAS SYLVESTER COCHARD, DuBois, Pa. 
Pastor DuBois Church. 

GEORGE RICHARD HADEN, New Kensington, Pa. 
Pastor Methodist Episcopal Church. 

WILLIAM JOHN HANNUM, West Delhi, N. Y. 
Pastor West Delhi Church. 

EARL RALSTON JAMIESON, Cairo, Egypt. 
Missionary. 

HAROLD CLINTON KISTLER, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Pastor Sheraden Church. 

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GEORGE ROBINSON KRUPP, New Castle, Pa. 
Pastor Center Church. 

JAMES EDGAR LINDSAY, Fair Haven, Ohio. 
Pastor Fair Haven Church. 

GEORGE URQUHART MARTIN, Langeloth, Pa. 
Pastor Langeloth Church. 

WILLIAM ROY McGEARY, McKeespoit, Pa. 
Pastor Atlantic Ave. Church. 

JOSEPH BOYD PATTERSON, Weiser, Idaho. 
Pastor Weiser Church. 

WILLIAM JAMES SEEDS, San Francisco, Gal. 
Pastor Second Church. 

WALTER JAMES SKELLIE, Cairo, Egypt. 
Missionary. 

CARL ALBERT SKOOG, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Pastor Robinson St. Methodist Episcopal Mission. 
CLAIRE McKAY STEWART, Oil City, Pa. 

Pastor Oil City Church. 



*Carl William Becker, died May 31, 1923. 
Agnew Kennedy Van Tync 
Charles Raymond Vaughn 
Zoltan Toltessy 

1925 

JOHN LOWRIE ANDERSON, Khartum, Sudan. 
Missionary. 

DANIEL CAVITT CAMPBELL, Dalton, Ohio. 
Pastor Dalton Church. 

JESSE MULLEN DALE, 

CHARLES ARLINGTON DITTMAR, United States Navy. 
Chaplain. 

RAYMOND B. DRUKKER, Bellevue, Pa. 

Pastor Forest Ave. Church. 
BENJAMIN BONAPARTE EVANS, 
WILFORD OHLEN HEGGEL GARMAN, 

GEORGE LYNN GIBBS, Braddock, Pa. 
Pastor Braddock Baptist Church. 

HAROLD SLEETH GIFFEN, 

LEROY EMERSON GRACE, Gibsonia, Pa. 
Pastor Deer Creek Church. 

CHARLES LINCOLN HUSSEY, Vandergrift, Pa. 
Pastor Vandergrift Church. 

HAROLD JEAN LACKEY, 

WILLIAM JAMES HARPER McKNIGHT, Chester, W. Va. 
Pastor Chester Church. 

WILLIAM WADE MILLER, New York City. 

Student, Biblical Seminary in New York. 

ROBERT NATHANIEL MONTGOMERY, Edinburgh, Scotland 
Student under Jamison Scholarship. 

GEORGE J. MURDOCH, Sialkot, India. 
Missionary. 

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ALEXANDER McKENZIE NOBLE, New Kensington, Pa. 
Pastor Logan's Ferry Church. 

ROBERT ADAIR PARVIN, McConnellsburg, Pa. 
Pastor McConnellsburg Church. 

M. EMMILINNE PITT, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
United States Commissioner. 

CLARENCE JAMES SUTTON, Sheakleyville, Pa. 
Pastor Sheakleyville Church. 

RICHARD CHESTER SUTTON, Burgettstown, Pa. 

Pastor First Church. 
GEORGE RAYMOND WHITE, Evans City, Pa. 

Pastor Evans City Church. 
ROBERT McWATTY WILSON, Gorei, Abyssinia. 

Missionary. 



Harvey Hutcheson McClellan 
Philip Russell West 



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History of the Seminary 

THE PITTSBURGH THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY OF 
THE UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH was founded in 
the year 1825 by the Associate Reform Synod of the West. The 
record of the century can most easily be told by reviewing the lives 
of those men who have been associated with it. 

The first date is 1825. In that year the Associate Reform Synod, 
then but five years old, resolved to establish a Theological Seminary 
in Pittsburgh, Pa. Rev. Joseph Kerr, a graduate of the University 
of Glasgow, and pastor of the St. Clair congregation, Monongahela 
Presbytery, was chosen professor. The Seminary opened in De- 
cember of that year, with Dr. Kerr in charge, and three students 
in attendance. A suitable library was purchased, and for the aid 
of the students the "Young Men's Fund" was established. This 
fund, for the most part, was the gift of Dr. Kerr. For four years 
Dr. Kerr filled his post with great ability; he commanded the con- 
fidence of the Church, and the Seminary made encouraging progress 
from the very beginning. He served until his death in 1829. The 
vacancy was filled temporarily by Rev. Mungo Dick, and for two 
years the Seminary was located at his residence in Westmoreland 
County, Pennsylvania. At this time the course consisted of three 
sessions of four months each. 

In 1831 Rev. John T. Pressly, professor of theology in the 
Associate Reformed Synod of the South, was elected to the vacant 
professorship, and served with marked ability for 38 years. During 
the same period he served as pastor of the First Church, Allegheny, 
which had been but recently organized. The Seminary was now 
moved to the city of Allegheny, and the sessions were conducted in 
the pastor's study. For twenty-three years Seminary instruction 
was given in the First Church, then located at the south-east corner 
of the "Diamond." Dr. Pressly, possessed of a strong, well-dis- 
ciplined and richly stored mind, of rare aptness for teaching, faithful 
in duty, untiring in labor, devoutly consecrated to the Master, was 
eminently fitted for his position. His thirty-eight years of service 
were years of great fruitfulness. From 1833 the course was four 
years in length, and the sessions were five months each. 

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In 1835 Rev. Moses Kerr, a son of the first professor, was 
chosen to assist in instruction. His health, however, did not permit 
him to remain in the position for which he was eminently qualified 
and he resigned in the following year. Again Dr. Pressly gave in- 
struction in all departments of the work. In the year 1843 the 
Synod reorganized the Seminary, and established three professorships: 
Theology, to which Dr. Pressly was assigned ; Biblical Literature 
and Criticism, to which Dr. James Lemonte Dinwiddie was elected ; 
and Ecclesiastical History and Church Government, to which Dr. 
Pressly was assigned temporarily. About the middle of the session 
of 1845-46 Dr. Dinwiddie was compelled to withdraw because of 
partial paralysis of the brain, a disease from which he died in Balti- 
more, Md., January, 1849. Thus again Dr. Pressly was left alone 
in charge, and burdened with the duties of the three professorships. 

In 1847 Rev. Alexander Downs Clark, president of Franklin 
College, was elected professor of Biblical Literature and Criticism ; 
and at its meeting in 1851 Synod filled the remaining vacancy in the 
Faculty, by electing Rev. David Reynolds Kerr to the department 
of Ecclesiastical History and Church Government. The course of 
instruction was much enlarged by each professor being able to give 
more time to his department, and the results were very satisfactory 
to the Synod. 

The first seminary building was erected by Mr. Thomas Hanna 
in the year 1855 at the present location at the corner of North 
Avenue and Buena Vista Street. The Union of 1858 resulted in 
the transfer of the Seminary to the First Synod of the West, of 
the United Presbyterian Church. Dr. Pressly died in 1870, after 
having rendered the Seminary most efficient service. In addition to 
his professorship in the Seminary, he continued his pastorate in the 
First Church, Allegheny. 

On the 25th of October following, the Board of Directors 
elected Rev. Joseph Tate Cooper to the chair made vacant, and in 
January, 1871, he took charge of his classes. To meet the increas- 
ing demand for a thoroughly educated ministry, the Board, De- 
cember 7, 1875, elected Rev. Alexander Young professor of Pastoral 
Theology and Apologetics, and he at once entered upon his duties. 

The faculty, as then constituted, consisting of Drs. Clark, Kerr, 
Cooper, and Young, was unbroken until 1884, when, on April 12, 
its senior member, Dr. A. D. Clark, passed to the enjoyment of his 
heavenly reward, after nearly thirty-six years of able, faithful labors 

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as a professor. His devotion to the best interests of the Seminary 
did much for its advancement. 

In March, 1885, Dr. Clark's department of Biblical Literature 
and Criticism was divided into the departments of Old Testament 
Literature and Criticism and New Testament Literature and Criti- 
cism, and later in the same year the Rev. David A. McClenahan 
was chosen to take charge of the former. 

The next year, 1886, Dr. J. T. Cooper, forced to resign his post 
because of ill health, was retired as professor emeritus. His worth 
in the professor's chair, as a helpful friend of the students, and a 
competent instructor, is well known. He died August 22, of the 
same year. 

In the fall of 1886 the Synods elected Rev. James Alexander 
Grier to the professorship of Didactic and Polemic Theology, and 
Rev. John McNaugher to that of New Testament Literature and 
Criticism. 

On October 14, 1887, the Seminary was called to mourn the 
death of Dr. D. R. Kerr. Holding a foremost place in the Church, 
sagacious as a counsellor in the Faculty and Board, acceptable as 
a teacher, his death was a severe loss. After acting for two terms 
as temporary instructor in Ecclesiastical History Rev. Oliver J. 
Thatcher was elected in the fall of 1890 professor of Ecclesiastical 
History and Church Government. 

In 1891 Dr. Young retired because of advancing age, after an 
honorable service of sixteen years. About this time the Seminary 
course was extended to its present length of three sessions of eight 
months each. Dr. Young died in 1894, the last of five great men, 
Drs. Pressly, Clark, Kerr, Cooper, and Young, who for sixty years 
gave the Seminary an honorable reputation in the Church for 
character and efficiency. 

In the Spring of 1891 Dr. Thatcher resigned from the chair 
of Church History and the chair was occupied temporarily by Rev. 
J. Knox McClurkin, D. D. and Rev. E. S. McKitrick, D. D. 
until the election of Rev. John A. Wilson, D. D. in 1893. Dr. 
Wilson also assumed the professorship of Pastoral Theology, left 
vacant by Dr. Young. This faculty of four men, Drs. McClenahan, 
Grier, McNaugher and Wilson, remained unbroken for thirteen 
years. During their administration old Hanna Hall, with the 

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dormitory, was torn down and the present five-story structure erect- 
ed in its place. It was entered in the fall of 1899. 

In 1906 the chair of Pastoral Theology and Homiletics, which 
had been temporarily supplied by other professors since Dr. Young's 
retirement in 1891, was again occupied by the election of Rev. Wil- 
liam R. Wilson, D. D. The Seminary now again had five full-time 
professors. Dr. Grier, after twenty-three years of faithful service, 
was made Professor Emeritus in 1909. He died in 1918. 

From 1910 until 1914 Dr. Charles F. Wishart occupied the 
chair of Theology. Upon his resignation, Dr. James D. Rankin 
was elected to occupy this position. At the same time Dr. David 
F. McGill w r as chosen to the chair of Church History and Govern- 
ment, which had been made vacant by the resignation of Dr. John 
A. Wilson. 

In 1920 the Board of the Seminary established the chair of 
Missions and Comparative Religion, to which Dr. James G. Hunt, 
for twenty years a missionary in Egypt, was elected. 

Dr. McClenahan died in 1921, after having served the Seminary 
well for thirty-six years in the department of Old Testament Litera- 
ture and Criticism. Dr. Jeremias Kruidenier temporarily filled this 
chair, until the election of Dr. James H. Grier, a son of the former 
professor, Dr. James A. Grier, in the spring of 1922. 

During the present year, the Seminary curriculum has been re- 
vised and placed upon a semester basis. Sufficient electives have 
been added to furnish a fourth year to anyone who desires the ad- 
vanced degree of Th. M., or desires to specialize along major lines. 
Plans for further development of the Seminary both in its cur- 
riculum and physical equipment are in progress. The property ad- 
joining the Seminary has been purchased, and it is planned in the 
near future to erect here a Library Building and a Training School 
for Christian Workers. This will give the Seminary sufficient equip- 
ment to meet the needs of a growing Church and the demands of 
our New Day. 

During the hundred years of its history, Pittsburgh Seminary 
rus trained more than 1600 young men for the Christian Ministry. 
Of these more than ninety have served the Church in the Foreign 
Field. From her walls 576 of the present ministers of the United 
Presbyterian Church have been graduated. The present condition 
of the Seminary is prosperous and her prospects most encouraging. 

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INDEX 



A 

Abbey 

A. S 1871 

Acheson 

J. L 1906 

J. M 1918 

J. W 1912 

R. H 1891 

S. 1 1922 

Adair 

J. H 1861 

Adams 

C. C 1908 

J. T 1892 

Aiken 

A. S 1873 

N. J 1917 

Aikin 

J. T 1897 

W. P 1905 

Alexander 

J. A 1890 

J. L 1916 

J. R 1875 

Allen 

R. P 1890 

W. Z 1900 

Alter 

D. E 1916 

Joseph 1S76 

Amos 

C. T 1904 

Anderson 

E. E 1913 

J. A 1880 

J. 1 1887 

J. L 1925 

P. M 1917 

T. C - 1894 

T. W 1880 

W. B 1897 

W. H 1887 

W. M 1893 

W. R 1920 

W. T 1891 

Andrews 

J. K 1850 

Thomas 1860 

Archibald 

G. D -«S50 

Armitage 

H. A 1918 

Armstrong 

John 1856 

J. C 1863 

Robert 1847 

Arnold 

G. C 1853 

Arter 

J. T 1898 

Ashbrook 

W. E 1921 

Ashenhurst 

J. 1887 

Ashwood 

J. W 1888 

Atchison 

T. C 1881 

Ayers 

R. E 1911 

B 

Bade 

W. H 1921 



Bailey 

A .C 1915 

J. A 1863 

S. M 1877 

Baird 

J. W 1912 

T. F 1860 

W. E 1905 

Baldinger 

A. H 1903 

G. W 1907 

Baldridge 

S. C 1829 

Baldwin 

C. H 1908 

Balph 

Thomas 1864 

Bam ford 

W. S 1912 

Bandrandi 

Gino 1914 

Barackman 

S. P 1890 

Barclay 

David 1865 

Barnes 

C. A 1917 

J. G 1862 

R. H 1875 

3arr 

J. A 1910 

J. D 1894 

J. E 1901 

J. S 1861 

W. B 1878 

W. M 1892 

Beamer 
A. B 1855 

Becker 

C. W 1924 

Beckett 

V. D 1918 

Bell 

A. P 1858 

G. E 1899 

H. H 1889 

H. J 1892 

Bennett 

J. M 1883 

Berry 

D. W 1896 

J. G 1891 

S. P 1848 

Best 

J. W 1879 

Betts 

R. C 1903 

Biddle 

A. S 1875 

H. C 1895 

Bigger 

Matthew 1850 

Biggerstaff 

R. A 1908 

Birnley 

J. W 1893 

Bisbee 

G. A 1917 

Black 

E. J 1901 

J. F 1872 

J. K 1859 

J. P 1862 

S. M 1871 



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Blackwood 

J. M 1906 

Blain 

Wilson 1839 

Blick 

F. M 1924 

Blundo 

Salvatore 1911 

Boecele 

C. L. 1891 

Bogle 

S. J 1865 

Boice 

J. Y 1868 

Bonner 

D. F 1865 

J. H 1837 

J. R 1837 

Boon 

T. D 1893 

Borland 

J. B 1868 

Borrows 

James 1851 

Bower 

Andrew 1833 

Boyce 

W. S 1902 

Boyd 

Bankhead 1870 

H. S 1877 

H. W 1868 

J. C 1858 

J. H 1902 

Joseph 1857 

J. R 1863 

R. H 1863 

T. F 1857 

Boyse 

W. M 1832 

Bracken 

Thomas 1869 

Bradford 

D. G 1856 

Brandon 

J. A 1871 

J. S 1872 

W. J 1900 

Breaclen 

J. H 1877 

W. P 1841 

Brice 

R. W 1848 

Briceland 

J. M 1905 

Brisbine 

J. C 1855 

Brittain 

J. R 1866 

Brooks 

G. S 1904 

Brown 

E. S 1914 

G. A 1896 

G. C 1871 

Jas. R 1852 

John G 1846 

Jos. B 1924 

N. E 1865 

W. 1 1850 

Browne 

R. A 1844 

Brownlee 

A. E 1884 

H. H 1876 



Brownlee 

J. D 1869 

M. B 1873 

W. T 1897 

Bruce 

D. G 1867 

H. M 1923 

W. R 1874 

Brush 

D. H 1921 

J. IT 1901 

Bryan 

J. C. P 1896 

Brvson 

J. C 1850 

Buchanan 

B. B 1923 

James 184 5 

James H 1842 

James W 1862 

John J 1842 

John R 1899 

Joseph 1844 

Joseph H 1862 

Joseph S 1840 

Buchhalter 

F. A 1924 

Burnett 

William 1836 

C 
Calahan 

Thomas 184 4 

Caldei head 

E. B 1841 

Caldwell 

A. B 1881 

A. H 1864 

A. W 1898 

J. M 1902 

Joseph 1838 

R. R 1902 

Calhoun 

Alex 1858 

N. J 1910 

S. E 1909 

Calvert 

A. H 1868 

Calvin 

A. J 1897 

Cameron 

J. M 1904 

Campbell 

Charles 1905 

C. F 1906 

D. C 1925 

E. A 1905 

E. D 1874 

J. A 1907 

J. C 1848 

J. E 1898 

J. F 1900 

J. G 1909 

J. T 1867 

R. A 1924 

R. G 1863 

R. G 1867 

R. Iv 1855 

R. S 1855 

R. T 1891 

W. B 1897 

Ganders 

W. G 1842 

Carlile 

William 1845 

Carnahan 

D. T 1843 

G. E 1885 



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Carnahan 

S. K 1864 

Carson 

E. H 1898 

J. C 1867 

P. E 1916 

R. E 1895 

Caskey 

James 1836 

William 1842 

Caughey 

F. M 1914 

J. E 1918 

Cavitt 

J. B 1910 

Chalmers 

Palmer 1909 

T. M 1888 

Chambers 

H. C 1903 

John 1850 

W. A 1893 

Cheeks 

C. R 1920 

Cherry 

W. B 1874 

Chisolm 

J. C 1859 

Christy 

D. D 1854 

Clapperton 

J. B 1869 

Clark 

A. D 1844 

E. J 1915 

J. A 1859 

J. B 1852 

J. H 1886 

L. S 1897 

S. F 1863 

S. W 1847 

W. H 1894 

Clarke 

Matthew 1852 

Clay 

J. H. D 1918 

Claybaugh 

W. M 1861 

Cleland 

D. M 1885 

E. E 1877 

J. S 1916 

R. S 1924 

Clements 

E. V 1912 

Cochard 

T. S 1924 

Cochran 

D. C 1846 

J. B 1889 

M. R 1892 

W. F 1893 

Cockins 

J. M 1868 

Vincent 1850 

Coleman 

A. B 1862 

Collins 

F. A 1894 

I. W 1862 

Comin 

John 1850 

W. G 1902 

Condron 

E. V 1922 

Connelly 

Henry 1830 



Conner 

Abijah 1860 

Cook 

J. L 1891 

Cooke 

R. P 1903 

William 1858 

Cooper 

J. R 1883 

R. E 1901 

W. J 1872 

Copeland 

C. E. M 1909 

R. S 1919 

S. B 1918 

W. E. M 1909 

Cornell 

Harold 1922 

Cosby 

J. A 1890 

Cotton 

J. A 1898 

Couch 

J. H 1902 

Courtney 

J. P 1895 

Coventry 

W. R 1900 

Cox 

W. R 1877 

Craig 

J. L 1851 

Crawford 

L. 1 1862 

Creswell 

A. S 1916 

Criswell 

R. C 1877 

Crofts 

D. W 1894 

Crooks 

A. J 1907 

Crosbie 

A. H 1881 

F. W 1894 

Crowe 

James 1860 

N. M 1887 

Osborne 1896 

Cummings 

J. B 1923 

R. W 1918 

T. F 1889 

Cunningham 

J. G 1916 

R. J 1876 

T. M 1852 

Curry 

A. E 1906 

D. H 1911 

S. R 1916 

W. M 1896 

W. W 1874 

D 

Dague 

J. S 1902 

Dale 

J. G 1896 

J. M 1925 

D'Alessio 

Joseph 1912 

Oalzell 

William 1849 

Darrough 

A. R 1895 

Haugherty 

James 1909 



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Damn 

E. A 1915 

Davidson 

F. C 1908 

Davis 

D. M 1901 

J. P 1872 

Davison 

L. J 1909 

Deevers 

R. G 1909 

Denison 

A. B 1899 

Dice 

J. S 1873 

Dick 

G. L 1894 

J. G 1904 

J. M 1841 

J. N 1844 

R. N 1854 

Dickey 

C A 1862 

John 1829 

W. J 1914 

Dickson 

A. M 1915 

D. F 1877 

Dight 

H. W 1911 

J- M 1880 

Dinsmore 

J- M 1919 

D i n w i d d i e • 

J - L 1834 

Di Stasi 

Antonio 1921 

Dittmar 

C. A 1925 

Dodds 

David 1871 

I). D 189 9 

James 1871 

J- E 1873 

R- Q 1883 

Samuel 1889 

Doig 

W. F 18(18 

Donald 

R. W 1892 

Donaldson 

J. M 1863 

William 1869 

Dorrance 

J. W 1883 

Dorris 

F. E 19 02 

Douds 

J. H 1900 

R. C 1899 

Doug-an 

Samuel 1852 

Douglas 

J. W 1899 

Douglass 

E. E 1889 

Douthett 

J. A 1876 

S. W 1891 

Drennen 

P. H 1854 

Thomas 1852 



Drukker 

R. B 1925 

DuBois 

S. E 1896 

Duff 

A. K 1882 

D. A 1868 

J. A 1884 

J. W 1844 

Dugan 

T. V 189 4 

W. E 1897 

Dumm 

F. A 1901 

Duncan 

A. P 1891 

James 1850 

J. M 1882 

R. H 1918 

Dun lap 

W. E 1878 

Dunn 

C. S 1918 

M. E 189 2 

Dunseith 

D. A 1898 

Dysart 

T. P 1862 

Eagleson 

E. L 1904 

Eakin 

M. A 1896 

East on 

Andrew 187" 

Eddy 

H. W 1921 

Edgar 

H. G 1899 

J. H 1908 

Edie 

R. I, 1917 

W. A 1874 

Eichenauer 

J. B 1899 

Ekin 

John 1839 

Elder 

A. H 1863 

Elliott 

A. B 1888 

A. J 1857 

R. A 1886 

R. H 1917 

Engle 

W. J 1902 

E)-ski no 

J. S. E 1885 

W. R 1851 

Esdon 

R. A 1908 

Evans 

B. B 1925 

J. C 1867 

Everhart 

W. J 1909 

E vv i n g 

S. G 1860 

W. D 1867 

F 

Fairman 

H. B 1921 

Farquhar 

C. C 1906 



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Fergus 

A. G 1851 

Ferguson 

Huber 1896 

J. A 1878 

J. M 1902 

John 1894 

Ii. <; 1866 

W. R 1906 

Fields 

A. B 1862 

Fife 

E. E 1889 

J. H 1848 

Findley 

F. D 1896 

J. (!. D 1808 

J. J 1841 

R. P 1862 

Samuel 1842 

William 1834 

W. A I860 

W. T 1841 

Finley 

J. W 1858 

Finney 

J. P 1866 

Fisher 

G. M 1880 

W. O 1901 

Fitzgera Id 

S. G 1873 

Fleming 

O. J 1918 

Flick 

Albert 1887 

Forbes 

G. A 1910 

Forrester 

P>. J 1872 

E. G 1902 

Forsythe 

C. R 191(1 

Hugh 184 2 

J. C 1852 

Fort una t o 

J. B 1904 

Foster 

io. <: 1900 

F. 13 1891 

H. B 1899 

R. A 1923 

Fou Iks 

F. M 1899 

Frater 

R. W 1908 

Frazier 

J. R 1879 

S. R I860 

S. R 1877 

Frederick 

.). 1 1897 

Free. 

1,. R 1904 

Freetly 

J. I. 1840 

French 

C. C 189 3 

\V. M 1902 

Fulton 

A. S 1831 

C. D 1898 

C. W 1905 

D. C 1908 

J. C 1918 



Fulton 

J. G 1837 

J. M 1877 

R. B 1900 

William 1864 

W. H 1898 

W. K 1893 

W. S 1877 

Funk 

D. H 1924 

G 

Gailey 

John 1800 

Richard 1839 

Gaily 

J. M 1804 

Gal breath 

R. F 1910 

Galloway 

Dalton 1913 

J. M 1836 

Gamble 

J. N 1832 

S. C 1901 

G arm an 

W. O. H 1925 

Garvin 

J. S 1882 

Gealey 

J. W 1897 

George 

D. P 1874 

J. N 1800 

R. A 1885 

Getty 

Frank 1888 

G. H 1881 

Walter 1910 

Gibbs 

G. L 1925 

Gibson 

A. P 189 9 

J. D 1898 

J. F lit 7 

J. H 1870 

J. P 1874 

R. W 1921 

T. A 1902 

G iff en 

E. M 188!* 

H. S 1925 

John 1875 

J. K 1881 

J. W 189 6 

Giffin 

Samuel 180 3 

Gilbert 

TO. T 1918 

Gilchrist 

Alex 1882 

Gilfillan 

A. B 186S 

R. A 1878 

T. C 1923 

Gilkey 

S. W 1881 

Gillespie 

G. F 1914 

W. D 19 22 

Gillis 

10. F 1898 

W. B 19 22 

Oilniore 

Charles 1899 

John 1842 

T. R 1850 

W. P 1912 



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Given 

H. F 1894 

James 1854 

Gladstone 

W. R 1867 

Glass 

S. J 1877 

W. S 1901 

Glasse 

J. A 1921 

Glenn 

J. D 1850 

Glover 

Samuel 1852 

Godfrey 

A. L 1909 

Golden 

James 1850 

Good 

J. W 1905 

Gordon 

H. D 1891 

H. W 1918 

James 1890 

J. M 1841 

R. H 1920 

Gorsuch 

J. M 1854 

Gowdy 

J. B 1879 

Grace 

R. E 1925 

Gracey 

Robert 1836 

Graham 

A. A 1894 

A. J 1867 

E. B 1876 

J. L 1912 

J. M 1842 

W. F 1902 

W. J. A 1918 

W. M 1842 

W. M 1862 

Graves 

R. W 1922 

Gray 

J. A 1879 

L. L 1896 

Greene 

J. R 1895 

Greer 

James 1848 

J. C 1856 

Gregg 

J. A 1902 

Grier 

James 1839 

J. B. H 1909 

Griffiths 

R. R 1916 

Grimes 

W. J 1895 

Groft 

Joshua 1876 

Grove 

J. L 1872 

W. V 1904 

Grundish 

W. 1 1919 

Gualtieri 

Domenico 1911 

Guthrie 

W. E 1897 



Guy 

Harry 1922 

H 

Hadden 

John 1865 

Haden 

G. R 1924 

Haft 

S. L 1834 

Hagerty 

A. N 1884 

James 1858 

Hall 

I. G 1868 

William 1865 

Hamblin 

Elbert 1923 

Ha mill 

Q. A 1895 

Robert 1900 

Hamilton 

A. A 1881 

W. G 1914 

W. H 1865 

Hammond 

D. H 1923 

J. C 1875 

Haney 

W. H 1865 

Hanley 

J. C 1900 

Hanna 

A. J 1882 

A. N 1865 

H. D 1899 

T. H 1896 

Hannon 

J. E 1832 

Hannum 

J. W 1899 

W. J 1924 

Harley 

W. F 1913 

Harper 

R. D 1845 

Harris 

J. W 1894 

Harsanyi 

A. A 1914 

Harsha 

J. W 1887 

R. B 1889 

Harshaw 

A. H 1878 

Hart 

S. G 1892 

Harvey 

William 1865 

Haslett 

S. B 1892 

Hastings 

W. H 1919 

Hatch 

C. B 1872 

Hawes 

G. E 1888 

Hawk 

J. S 1865 

L. E 1880 

W. J 1900 

Hawley 

H. W 1921 

Hav 

R. L 1890 



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Haves 

K. C 1879 

Hays 

B. W 1923 

C. A 1908 

R. D 1912 

Hazlett 

H. F 1907 

J. A 1904 

Heastv 

J. A 1918 

Heath 

S. J 1904 

Heinrich 

J. C 1915 

Hemphill 

W. R 1836 

Henderson 

G. E 1892 

H. L 1909 

Henrv 

Addison 1858 

Andrew 1870 

H. M 1888 

James 1875- 

R. W 1850 

Herron 

Jonathan 184 5 

Hervey 

H. H 1852 

James A 1899 

James M 1879 

John M 1891 

Jos. L 1888 

Hildebrand 

H. C 1906 

Hill 

James S 1890 

John F 1858 

Hixon 

William 1852 

Hoffman 

C. F 1902 

Hogg 

W. E 1906 

W. L 1921 

Hogue 

W. J 1903 

Holliday 

T. E 1889 

Hood 

H. L 1894 

John 1872 

Robert 1882 

R. H 1884 

S. M 1869 

Houston 

H. H 1874 

J. G 1896 

T. A 1877 

Howie 

J. L 1905 

W. D 1902 

Hubbell 

S. C 1866 

W. H 1897 

Huey 

S. G 1891 

Hughes 

J. E 1918 

W. M 1903 

Hunt 

J. G 1899 

Hunter 

F. M 1919 



Hunter 

J. C 1879 

J. L 1872 

J. W 1893 

W. M 1875 

Hussey 

C. L 1925 

Huston 

T. M 1892 

Hutchison 

S. M 1852 

W. R 1861 

Hutchman 

H. B 1913 

J. H 1891 

I 

Imbrie 

D. R 1871 

J. M 1874 

T. D 1914 

Innes 

J. W 1895 

Irons 

J. D 1873 

W. D 1879 

Irvine 

S. E 1902 

W. R 1908 

J 

Jackson 

H. P 1865 

J. B 1872 

W. C 1848 

Jamieson 

A. W 1885 

E. R 1924 

Jesse M 1860 

Jesse M 1888 

Joseph F 1889 

R. W 1913 

T. L 1894 

Jamison 

John B 1854 

John B 1888 

R. A 1877 

Samuel 1848 

S. H 1919 

W. B 1915 

W. H 1846 

W. H 1900 

W. R 1887 

Jeffers 

E. T 1866 

Johnson 

D. A. W 1899 

G. R 1900 

Jesse 1891 

Jesse 1894 

R. B 1922 

S. B 1896 

Johnston 

C. W 1911 

H. H 1844 

Jay E 1899 

J. C. M 1872 

Jer. R 1862 

Josiah M 1858 

J. E 1892 

M. B 1836 

William 1856 

Jones 

D. B 1843 

K 

Katz 

Oliver 1853 



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Keach 

O. A 1900 

Kean 

J. L 1910 

Kearns 

W. D 1855 

Keener 

J. A 1894 

J. S 1885 

Kellogg 

C. W 1901 

Kelly 

A B 18G2 

Kelsey 

H. E 1923 

Kelso 

James 1850 

Kennedy 

D. S 1862 

E. W 1918 

J. G 1883 

Kenyon 

A. L 1912 

Kerr 

D. R 1841 

J. F 18 42 

J. R 1830 

J. R 1864 

L. A 1902 

Moses 1831 

P. F 18(12 

R. M 190!> 

S. R 1850 

Kinaran 

R. A 1890 

Kinsman 

H. L 1897 

Kistler 

H. C 1924 

J. C 1889 

R. M 1915 

Knapp 

S. D 1909 

Knox 

A. K 1885 

J. P 1890 

T. M 1885 

W. H 1873 

Koehne 

Ernest 1922 

Krohn 

J. T 1920 

Krupp 

G. R 1922 

Kyle 

M. G 1885 



Lackey 

H. J 1925 

Lafferty 

L. N 1876 

La i n g 

A. M 1911 

C. M. C 1909 

S. M 1919 

Lambie 

Hugh 1909 

T. A 1916 

Lanning 

R. L 1898 

Lash 

L, R 1920 

Lawhead 

R. E 1919 

Lawrence 

J. A 1883 



Thomas 186 2 

VV. R 1898 

W. W 1890 

LeClere 

J. F 1909 

Lee 

G. P 1865 

Leeper 

W. N 1902 

Leiper 

0. D 1923 

Leitch 

J. H 1899 

Lewellen 

L. B 1900 

L. W 1893 

Lindsay 

A. T 1901 

J. E 1923 

R. W 1916 

Linn 

A. E 1877 

Linsenmayer 

J. R 1916 

Lish 

1. H 1889 

Littell 

C. T 1898 

D. A 1902 

D. S 1861 

E S 1894 

Little 

E. C 1894 

R. M 1893 

Loekhart 

R. J 1898 

Logan 

H. W 190S 

P. B 1898 

W. W 1888 

Logue 

J. R 1883 

Long 

G. A 1912 

J. S 1877 

J. W 1875 

L. H 1848 

Lorimer 

F. M 1909 

J. C 1919 

S. W 1866 

William 1838 

Louden 

S. L 1906 

Loughridge 

William 1839 

Love 

A A 1916 

C Y 1906 

J. E 1896 

R. J 1888 

Thomas 1854 

W. H 1894 

W. Y 1877 

Lowman 

Abraham 1858 

Lytle 

A. W 1882 

J. D 1880 

John 1907 

AY. H 1884 

AY. T 1915 



Mo 



McAdain 
G. AY. 



186 4 



166 



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McAdam 

H. P 1863 

W. T 1846 

McAuley 

H. C 1911 

R. H 1881 

McAveal 

R. A 1856 

McBane 

J. H 1910 

M. S 1905 

McBride 

D. L 1907 

E. N 1008 

F. S 1901 

G. W 1912 

R. B. A 1894 

S. B 1868 

W. E 189 4 

McCaffrev 

W. A 1808 

McCague 

John 1842 

Thomas 184 8 

McCalister 

.). R 1853 

McCall 

J. H 1907 

W. W 1905 

McCalmont 

D. T 1890 

J. A 1877 

J. M 1906 

McCampbell 

Luther 1873 

McCandless 

W. T 1904 

McCarrell 

A. D 1871 

McCartney 

H. W 1904 

Joseph 1860 

R. H 1907 

McCaslin 

Robert 1861 

McCaughan 

C. T 1841 

McCaughey 

Elijah 1852 

McCaw 

David 1886 

McClellan 

G. El 1907 

H. H 1925 

McClelland 

D. T 1882 

H. R 1869 

J. B 1887 

McClenahan 

D. A 1881 

J. W 1901 

W. L 1897 

McClester 

R. P 1878 

McClintock 

Edwin 1901 

W. J 1885 

McClung 

C. H 1916 

McClure 

James T 18f>0 

John 1840 

R. E 1892 

R. R 1896 

S. H 1909 



McClure 

W. S 1880 

McClymonds 

W. A 1892 

McCollom 

S. A 1903 

McConaughev 

J. C 1903 

McConnell 

A. A 1865 

H. H 1919 

J. 1888 

J. S 1862 

Paul 1921 

AY. A 1860 

W. L 1857 

W. T 1873 

McCormick 

George 1872 

J. H 1899 

J. H 1900 

W. P 1910 

McCown 

E. C 1904 

J. 1906 

McCoy 

A. G 1876 

D. C 1915 

Robert 1838 

McCracken 

Alex 1903 

J. S 1842 

R. M 1910 

S. W 1836 

McCrea 

James 1861 

K. T 1868 

McCreary 

G. B 1898 

I. G 1898 

Joseph 1838 

W. G 1855 

McCreery 

W. H 1873 

McCrory 

J. R 1910 

AA'. B 1910 

AY. J 1881 

McCulloch 

J. S 1858 

Ralph 1897 

AY. E 1895 

McCune 

W. C 1855 

MacDill 

David 1853 

McDonald 

D. R 1885 

G. W 1880 

McDowell 

J. Q. A 1881 

O. G 1884 

McElhinney 

J. H 1919 

McElree 

E. N 1863 

H. B 1908 

J. C 1868 

McElrov 

Robert 1836 

McElwee 

AVilliam 1859 

McEwen 

T. H 1853 

McFadden 

.). E 1883 



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McFarland 

A. B. C 1878 

H. C 1852 

J. R 1904 

John 1878 

K. W 1892 

McFate 

R. B 1878 

McGarey 

E. A 1910 

McGaw 

J. S. E 1899 

McGeary 

W. R 1924 

McGeoch 

II. A 1919 

J. L 1912 

McGeorge 

C. J 1907 

McGill 

D. F 1884 

M. A 1908 

R. G 1905 

R. T. M 1914 

McGranahan 

R. W 1892 

McGregor 

J. W 1841 

McTlvain 

J. B 1887 

Mcllvaine 

J. J 1922 

McKay 

D. G 1875 

McKean 

W. J 1898 

McKee 

C. B 1881 

F. W 1895 

J. A 1870 

J. P 1870 

J. S 1873 

S. E 1856 

S. 1 1867 

Thomas 1905 

T. B 1874 

MacKenzie 

W. A 1864 

McKibben 

E. G 1901 

McKinlev 

D. M 1881 

McKinstry 

Matthew 1836 

McKirahan 

M. F 1876 

William 1876 

McKitrick 

E. S 1875 

J. T 1898 

McKnight 

D. K 1871 

J. C 1853 

J. F 1887 

W. R 1894 

W. J. H 1925 

McLane 

D. W 1866 

McLaren 

W. S 1848 

McLaughlin 

I. G 1845 

R. T 1917 

S. R 1886 



McLaughry 

D. 1891 

McLean 

D. M 1862 

J. S 1910 

McMains 

J. M 1907 

V. M 1907 

McMaster 

H. H 1877 

AV. H 1871 

McMichael 

E. A 1906 

E. S 1872 

H. W 1898 

McMillan 

William 1851 

McMunn 

J. S 1876 

W. R 1903 

McMurray 

W. H 1886 

McNab 

Joseph 1866 

McNary 

C. C 1919 

D. S. L 1893 

J. W 1863 

McNaugher 

W. H 1917 

McPeak 

W. H 1902 

McQuoid 

T. N 1891 

McVey 

H. G 1874 

McWatty 

Robert 1854 

M 

Mabon 

W. T 1900 

Mackey 

N. L 1897 

W. M 1902 

Maclaren 

R. F 1868 

Maclaughlan 

W. F 1881 

Maclean 

John 184 7 

Macoubrey 

A. R 1858 

Madge 

J. G 1867 

Magee 

C. A 1899 

Magill 

Andrew 1905 

Mahaffey 

J. A 1900 

Manor 

C. S 1899 

Mansfield 

R. W 1919 

Marks 

Lafayette I860 

Marlin 

H. H 1897 

Marlins 

M. M 1862 

Marshall 

C. H 1885 

J. C 1896 



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Marshall 

John 1869 

S. C I860 

Martin 

G. U 1924 

j F 18 64 

J. H 1888 

J P 1899 

J. W 1862 

R. I, 1916 

W. J 1879 

W. L 1892 

Matthews 

W. M 1889 

Mm x well 

Robert 1899 

S. H 1895 

May 

J. R 1871 

Mears 

J. A 1922 

Megchelsen 

Carl 1916 

Mehard 

Thomas 1839 

W. A 1849 

Meloy 

J. C 1864 

J. T 1890 

J. W 1921 

W. T 1864 

Melville 

T. H 1901 

Mercer 

A. C 1908 

Thomas 1857 

W. D 1908 

Milholland 

J. S 1913 

R. H 1908 

Millen 

H. W 1883 

J. C 1891 

Miller 

Alex 1838 

D. R 1877 

E. D. 1911 

F. M 1901 

, J. H 1897 

J. R 1867 

L. M. : 1923 

P. A 1920 

R. B 1902 

R. G 1874 

T. T 1878 

W. A 1893 

W. F 1869 

W. W 1925 

Milligan 

J. C. K 1919 

O. H 1898 

Millin 

J. R 1893 

Milne 

H. M 1919 

Minteer 

W. A 1898 

Mitchell 

Alex 1904 

C. B 1916 

G. H 1908 

Moffatt 

J. S 1886 

T. E 1895 

W. S 1859 



Monks 

W. A 1889 

Monteith 

H. C 1875 

Montgomery 

D. M 1902 

D. P 1921 

S. E> 1888 

S. P 1886 

R. N 1925 

Moore 

B. M 1866 

D. G 1901 

J. H 1897 

J. 1 1914 

J. M 1879 

S. A 1879 

S. H 1878 

S. J. S 1881 

S. N 1865 

Moorehead 

W. G 1862 

Morris 

R. P 1913 

Morrison 

G. W 1919 

John 1877 

Morrow 

James H 1871 

Jeremiah 1834 

John 1873 

Jos. A 1861 

William 1862 

Morton 

J. H 1901 

Mountford 

Leslie 1916 

Munford 

J. T 1888 

Munn 

E. F 1917 

Murch 

Chauncey 1882 

F. B 1886 

Murdoch 

G. J 1925 

Mustard 

D. F 1872 

P. F 1910 

Myers 

B. F 1910 

Jf 

Neel 

J. S 1886 

Neill 

John 1837 

M. L 1911 

Nelson 

John 1904 

N. B 1843 

Nevin 

J. C 1859 

J. C 1894 

W. S 1889 

Newcomb 

T. H 1920 

Niblock 

J. H 1865 

Nichol 

A. M 1874 

W. M 1890 

Noble 

A. M 1925 



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o 

Oliver 

R. W 1844 

Ormond 

B. K 1856 

G. K 1S52 

Marcus 1859 

Oir 

A. H , . 1874 

E. N 1906 

F. J 1885 

F. Li. . 1908 

On- 

J. A 1901 

J. M 186a 

.1. P 1895 

J. VV 1897 

Osborne 

.Joseph 1836 

Owens 

It. E 1900 

W. S 1869 

l» 

'aisley 
.1. 1892 

'» liner 

\<] 18 14 

.1. D 1874 

'anotta 
.Joseph L908 

•ark 

Charles 1888 

L. F 1918 

T. S 1865 

'arker 

E. C 1908 

'arks 

Hugh 1830 

\-i rvin 

It. A 1925 

'.it lerson 

D. I! 1869 

F. C 192:: 

.1. I: 1924 

I,. F 1913 



M. B 1885 

M. M 1874 

It. M 1861 

Samuel 1849 

T. P 1863 

W. II 1888 

1 'attison 

Alex 1843 

John 1876 

l'n I ton 

T. l l!tl:; 

Paul 

David 1853 

Pax ton 

i:. C 1894 

G. M 1867 

J. 41 1893 

W. E 1885 

Peacock 

J. II 1843 

L. K 1901 

Person 

10. C 1916 

O. T 1917 

Peters 

J. H 191 A 

Pettigrew 

Joseph 1883 

Petty 

O. A 1901 



Philips 

H. E 1908 

VV. A 1899 

Picken 

R. J 1907 

S. C 1909 

Pieropan 

Ettore L91 I 

Pinkerton 

J. C L900 

J. p 18 u; 

Pitt 

M. E L925 

Pollock 

A. VV 187 1 

A. VV 1899 

C. A 1902 

I). H 18 17 

J. A 1919 

J. B 1893 

M. M 1868 

O. C IS77 

T. C 1897 

\V. A 1907 

Porter 

C B. C 1909 

D. D 1920 

E. 1 1891 

J. B 1921 

J. C 1834 

Pot ter 

C. C 1888 

C. K 185 I 

James 1888 

Pressly 

David 1842 

F. Y 187 I 

J. H 18 12 

J. N 1838 

J. S 18 11 

Prestley 

James 1837 

1 'roctor 

F. M 1858 

(i. R 186 I 

Proudflt 

C. P 1899 

Leonard 1867 

T. P 1863 

Purvis 

S J 1918 

\V. E 1891 

Puteri 

Vittorio 191! 

<t 

Qua \ 

J. K . 1915 

ltadeliriY 

Wallace . 1866 

Raitt 

G. E 1903 

Ralton 

E. L. 1900 

E. 1922 

J. J 1886 

VV. D 1862 

Ramsey 

C. R 1904 

P. (' 191,9 

it. C 1887 

W. K 1895 

Randies 

A. J 1905 

Rankin 

f. C 1893 



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Rankin 

J. A 1910 

J. D 1885 

Ran.so.il 

E. A 1902 

J. W 1912 

Ray 

J. F 1893 

Reaney 

J. G 1903 

Reasoner 

J. R 1864 

Reed 

A. M 1903 

C. B 1918 

G. M 1875 

J. F 1903 

W. G 1850 

W. H 1896 

Reid 

A. B 1904 

D. F 1842 

W. J 1862 

W. J 1896 

W. W 1897 

Wilson 1910 

Renzetti 

Michele 1909 

Reynolds 

James 1829 

P. L 1909 

Richey 

J. E 1868 

Richie 

VV. M 1862 

Rieketts 

J. B 1890 

Riddell 

J. K 1844 

Riddle 

M. W 1921 

Ritchie 

C. M 1891 

O. M 1920 

W. S 1895 

Ritter 

W. W 1913 

Robb 

Chesterfield 1849 

R. S 1868 

W. A 1862 

Robertson 

.T. L 1859 

J. S 1850 

R. B 1866 

Robinson 

A. R 18!»!t 

C. H 1886 

G. A. B 1869 

G. W 1891 

George 1 865 

J. H 1863 

R. F 1901 

W. G 1900 

W. J 1859 

Rockwell 

R. H 1899 

Roe 

J. C 1878 

Rogers 

Robert 1869 

Rose 

P. 1 1900 

H. J 1904 

P. E 1923 

T. L 1896 

Roseburg 

G. A 1880 



Ross 

J. F 1886 

J. M 1888 

J. S 1865 

McElwee 1898 

Randall 1848 

W. H 1918 

Rotzler 

W. F 1910 

Russell 

D. A 1907 

Isaiah 1918 

J. M 1915 

R. M 188 4 



S 
Saleh 

Tawfik 1923 

Sands 

J. D 1876 

J. S 1868 

Sankey 

J. P 1863 

S. Y 1898 

Sarver 

W. 1 1918 

Sawyer 

J. F 1837 

Scarpitti 

Fortunato 1915 

Schieb 

S. R 1921 

Scott 

D. W 1866 

F. J 1903 

G. W 1880 

H. E 1920 

Scott 

R. R 1917 

T. A 1869 

Scouller 

J. B 1843 

J. C 1883 

J. Y 1845 

Scroggs 

J. A 1875 

Seaton 

T. M 1863 

Seeds 

W. J 1924 

Seigle 

A. J 1908 

Self 

O. F 1917 

Seville 

G. H 1902 

Shafer 

A. G 1847 

J. D 1870 

Shannon 

A. J 1877 

J. A 1881 

Shanor 

M. C 1898 

Sharp 

J. J 1887 

J. P 1870 

W. M 1850 

Shaw 

D. E 1873 

J. L 1909 

R. T 1877 

S. J 1877 

T. A 1884 

W. E 1875 



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Sheffey 

Ralph 1022 

Sherrard 

J. A 1879 

P. B 1851 

R. C 1915 

R. M 1879 

Shields 

James 1834 

R. F 1917 

Shrader 

J. A 1879 

Simpson 

E. C 1874 

G. W 1864 

J. E 1917 

P. E 1890 

Skellie 

W. J 1924 

Skinner 

J. C 1867 

Skoog 

C. A 1924 

Sleeth 

D. M 1874 

Sloan 

J. W 1874 

S m alley 

M. J 1888 

Smiley 

R. W 1918 

W. B 1882 

Smith 

A. T 1907 

C. 1907 

D. E 1893 

D. P 1895 

E. K 1896 

F. D 1899 

G. B 1885 

H. P 1904 

J. C 1910 

J. W 1882 

J. W 1896 

L. E. H 1913 

S. F 1826 

T. F. B 1894 

W. S 1900 

Snodgrass 

H. G 1909 

W. J 1869 

Snyder 

H. R 1894 

Sowash 

G. A 1896 

Spalding 

W. A 1878 

Speer 

J. S 1867 

T. L 1839 

Spencer 

H. W 1897 

J. H 1895 

Springer 

J. E 1896 

J. W 1907 

Stark 

John 1828 

Starr 

L. A 1893 

Steele 

J. C 1838 

J. D 1845 

Walter 1846 

Stephenson 

Thomas 1866 



Sterrett 

H. C 1923 

Stevenson 

C. R 1897 

J. T 1898 

W. R 1871 

William 1874 

Stewart 

C. M 1924 

13. C 1879 

E. B 1892 

H. F 1867 

Stewart 

H. J 1911 

J. E 1883 

J. 1 1896 

.1. K 1919 

John 1911 

Jonathan 1858 

Robert 1830 

Robert 1865 

R. B 1869 

R. E 1864 

S. B 1877 

S. F 1916 

W. E 1881 

W. J 1902 

W. R 1868 

Stoner 

J. S 1922 

Story 

J. B 1894 

W. M 1880 

Straney 

M. D 1919 

Strangeway 

W. D 1897 

Strong 

E. E 1903 

Stunkard 

Charles 1896 

Sturgeon 

J. P 1918 

J. R 1850 

R. M 1902 

W. S 1904 

Sutton 

C. J 1925 

R. C 1925 

Swan 

Peter 1881 

Swaney 

J. W 1873 

Swearingen 

H. C 1894 

Swogger 

J. S 1893 

T 

Taggart 

A. P 1873 

J. C 1869 

Samuel 1834 

Samuel 1867 

Tarr 

C. W 1881 

Peter 1880 

Tate 

J. H 1893 

Taylor 

J. E 1858 

Telford 

D. M 1894 

H. M 1899 

M. S 1864 

S. J 1879 



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Thomas 

E. Z 1872 

Thome 

J. L 1875 

J. L 1915 

Thompson 

A. A 1906 

E. H 1894 

P. S 1911 

H. C 1920 

H. H 1846 

J. A 1886 

J. G 1905 

J. L 1877 

J. S 1892 

Joseph 1839 

Presslv 1894 

R. G 1844 

R. J 1871 

S. F 1853 

W. R 1887 

Thornburg 

W. L 1921 

Timmons 

J. H 1860 

Tinker 

D. S 1895 

Toltessy 

Zoltan 1924 

Treisch 

W. H 1899 

Turnbull 

D. R 1904 

T. B 1873 

Turner 

J. D 1862 

Thomas 1835 

W. D 1836 

Tussey 

J. S 1895 

U 

Ure 

D. M 1862 

Walter 1863 

V 

Vanata 

S. F 1854 

Vance 

J. -L 1890 

Van Fossen 

A. R 1888 

Van Tyne 

A. K 1924 

Vaughn 

C. R 1924 

Veazey 

J. H 1876 

Vincent 

A. S 1871 

G. C 1910 

W. H 1873 

Vocaturo 

Pasquale 1913 

Vorhis 

J. T 1923 

XV 
Waddell 

J. B 1863 

Waddle 

Benjamin 1829 

B. N 1865 

J. M 1863 

W. G 1859 

W. W 1854 



Wade 

N. E 1866 

Wait 

J. W 1873 

Walker 

James 1839 

John 1844 

Joseph 1856 

J. E 1897 

J. H 1890 

J. R 1851 

N. J 1898 

N. R 1877 

R. W. 1903 

Walkinshaw 

J- D 1858 

Wallace 

A. G 1853 

B. M 1916 

B\ A 1851 

G. D 1915 

Henry 1862 

H. H 1883 

M. H 1888 

J. M 1868 

J. R 1871 

Samuel 1843 

Thomas 1872 

Washington 1875 

William 1827 

William 1882 

W. C 1904 

W. L 1861 

W. S 1899 

Ward 

J. H 1922 

Warden 

S. N 1888 

Wareham 

A. E 1885 

Warner 

J. R 1850 

Warnock 

R- L 1894 

Watson 

Andrew 1861 

C. R 1899 

J- H 1903 

T. M 1874 

Weede 

N. C 1832 

Weidler 

A. G 1911 

Weingart 

Nathan 1877 

Weir 

William 1866 

Welch 

E. W 1918 

J. M 1891 

R. L 1890 

Welsh 

Johnston 1834 

R. C 1867 

West 

P. E 1922 

P. R 1925 

Wherry 

J. 1 1918 

White 

A. M 1865 

B. F 1902 

C. E 1886 

G. R 1925 

G. W 1918 

James 1862 



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White 

J. C 1872 

J. H 189 7 

J. P 1892 

Joseph 1849 

Whiteside 

George 1891 

Whitla 

J. L I860 

Whitmyre 

H. E 1903 

Williamson 

C. H 1903 

C. J 1905 

John 1867 

Willis 

W. W 1903 

Wilson 

A. M 1860 

A. W 1897 

D. C 1864 

P. W 1896 

George 1842 

H. S 1883 

LA 1863 

John 1836 

J. A 1871 

J. F 1908 

J. S 1871 

J. T 1860 

M. LI 1846 

R. B 1900 

-Li. M 1925 

W. R 1889 

Wish art 

C. F 1897 

J. E 1892 

J. M 1908 

W. 1 1891 

W. L 1919 

Witherspoon 

J. G 1833 

J. M 1876 

J. W 1863 

W. C 1906 



Wolf 

B. B 1897 

Woodburn 

J. S 1862 

W. W 189 7 

Woodruff 

P. H 1923 

Work 

J. B 1885 

S. A 1904 

W. M 1914 

Worth 

James 1829 

Wright 

A. H 1842 

C. L 1903 

F. G 1905 

F. H 1918 

L T 1872 

W. A 1904 

Y 

Yacoubian 

V. K 1901 

Yost 

Robert 1896 

Young 

A. T 1869 

Alex 1842 

J. C 1876 

J. H 1858 

J. L 1835 

R. G 1870 

R. H 1854 

R. S 1896 

T. W 1879 

Yourd 

P. H 1906 

R. W 1909 

7. 

Zimmerman 
Joseph 1918 



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