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Full text of "Trinity Church, San José, California, Advent 1860 to Easter 1903"

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Trinity Church 7 San Jobee:7 
California? Advent 1860 to 
Easter 1903 



TRINITY CHURCH 

San Jose 
California 




Advent, i860, to Easter, 1903 



PUBIvISFiED BY TRINITY PARISH GUILD, 

SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA, 
1903 



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TO 
THE 
MEMBERS 
OF TRINITY 
PARISH, WITH A 
TENDER AND GRATE- 
FUL REGARD FOR 
THOSE WHO HAVE GONE 
WITH THE YEARS, LEAV- 
ING AS A BLESSED HERITAGE 
THE FRUITS OF THEIR LOVE AND 
SELF- SACRIFICE ; WITH A YEARNING 
THAT THOSE WHO LIVE AND LABOR IN 
THE PRESENT MAY BE GUIDED ARIGHT; AND 
WITH THE HOPE THAT THE ASPIRATIONS OF 
THOSE WHO ARE YET TO COME, MAY BE FULFILLED 
ACCORDING TO HIS WILL, THIS LITTLE BOOK IS AF- 
FECTIONATELY DEDICATED BY TRINITY PARISH GUILD. 



Preface 



Although there has been an earnest endeavor to 
avoid all errors in this compilation, it seems hardly pos- 
sible that an account extending over forty-three years 
can be without error. 

In case of names and dates, the Church Records have 
been followed. 

Facts for the Parish History have been gathered 
here and there from sources as nearly reliable as human 
memory and human records can be. There is a deep 
consciousness that much more than has here been re- 
corded has preserved the life of the parish through all 
these years. Innumerable sacrifices, innumerable acts of 
love and devotion have passed so gently, so quietly and 
so naturally into the daily round of the parish life, that 
they have been recorded only by One who sees all and 
knows all. 



Contents 



Parish History - 7 

Earliest List of Communicants - - - - 25 

Baptisms, Advent, 1861 to Easter, 1903 - - 26 

Confirmations, " ■< " " " - - ^9 

Marriages, " " " " " - - ^g 

Burials, ..<<<< << ... . - 64 

Vestries, ..«<«' <« " . . g^ 

Vested Choirs, 1903, 86 

Parochial Organizations: 

Trinity Sunday School, - - - - 87 

Trinity Parish Guild, . . . . 87 

Auxiliaries, 89 

Twenty Minute Workers, . . . 89 

Gifts - - 90 

Memorials ------- 91 



ILLUSTRATIONS. 



Trinity Church, about 1865, - - - - 13 

Rev. Sylvester S. Etheridge, Founder of Trinity 

Parish, 25 

Rt. Rev. William Ingraham Kip, D. D., First 

Bishop of California, 1853-1890, - - - 39 
Rt. Rev. William Ford Nichols, D. D., Bishop of 

of California, ------ 56 

Trinity Church, 1903, 7 




Trinity Church, 1903 



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To the younger generations that belong to Trinity- 
Parish, it seems hardly possible that there ever could 
have been a time when the center of the parish life was 
not the little ivy-covered church on St. John Street. 
But venerable as this building seems, it is only the last 
of a series which have served as the home of the parish. 

On North Market Street there is, what is now an 
engine house, at one time the City Hall of San Jose. In 
one of the lower rooms of this building, the life of the 
parish began. 

There are Communicants of Trinity Church to-day 
who were present at the first service held in this room, 
prior to the organization of the parish, forty-two years 
ago. The oflSciating priest was the Rev. Sylvester S. 
Btheridge, a young clergyman who had come to this 
western coast in search of health, and with a determina- 
tion to use what strength he had, in founding a parish of 
the Church wherever need might be. 

There were a number of religious denominations al- 
ready well established in San Jose, and the Roman 
Catholic Church had for years been doing missionary 
work. Services of the Protestant Kpiscopal Church had 
been held from time to time in the Presbyterian Church 
on North Second street by the Bishop of the Diocese, the 
Rt. Rev. William Ingraham Kip; but they were few and 
far between, as there were no train accommodations from 
San Francisco to San Jose, passage being made by stage 
coach. 

Mr. Btheridge found but nine Communicants of the 
Church in the city and vicinity. He gave, however, 
notice of a service to be held on the first Sunday in Ad- 
vent, i860, in the lower court room of the old City Hall. 



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When the day came, people crowded into the little 
court room, and the Mayor himself, who had expressed 
strong doubts as to the expediency even of this tentative 
service, occupied a seat in the rear of the room. Mrs. 
Hayes-Martin and Mrs. Hardy-Gregory had raised, 
within a few hours, two hundred dollars with which to 
pay for the melodeon that stood on the platform. Mr. 
Etheridge served as organist and chorister, as well as 
priest. 

At the close of the service, all interested in founding a 
parish felt that success was ensured. Every shadow of 
doubt as to the advisability of "starting a new church" 
seemed to have left the mind of the Mayor, for hardly 
had the benediction been pronounced, when he walked 
down the aisle, and giving Mr. Etheridge a warm grasp 
of the hand, offered him the upper court room for future 
services. This room had an air of cleanliness about it 
that the lower room lacked, and it was larger and better 
lighted. 

Before another service was held, the little melodeon had 
been moved upstairs and temporary provision had been 
made for an altar. Altar linen had been provided by 
Mrs. Hardy-Gregory, and a Communion set had been 
given by Mrs. James R. Ivowe. Though Mr. Etheridge 
continued to serve as organist, a volunteer choir, led by 
Mrs. Hayes-Martin and Mrs. Morgan Miles, carried the 
singing. The growing interest in the services called for 
immediate organization, and at a meeting held in the 
City Hall on the evening of February 22d, 1861, the 
parish was organized and incorporated under the name of 
"Trinity." Lawrence Archer, James R. Eowe, William 
Daniels, Mark Hardy, William McCune, Stephen Thorn, 
and John N. Appleton were elected vestrymen. 

At the first vestry meeting, held February 28th, 1861, 
a constitution was adopted having for its basis the gen- 
eral constitution of the "California Episcopal Convention 



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of 1850." The parish boundaries determined upon were 
the same as those of the county township. The Rev. 
Sylvester S. Ktheridge was unanimously chosen rector 
at a salary of seven hundred dollars per year, and a for- 
mal call was extended to him. An organist was engaged 
for the small sum of eight dollars per month. Prof, and 
Mrs. Hamm, known in the musical circles of San Jose 
for so many years, were engaged as choristers. 

A Sunday School was organized without delay. Mrs. 
Jackson lycwis, Mrs. Hardy-Gregory, Mrs. Henry Has- 
kell, and Mrs. Frances Devine Kstee were the pioneer 
Sunday School teachers. 

Though nearly three years passed before a church 
building was erected, services were regularly held in the 
City Hall, and the real life of the parish had begun. 
During the first year a class of nineteen was presented 
for confirmation. Mrs. Jackson Lewis, Mrs. Hardy- 
Gregory and Mrs. Redding Speights, all still Communi- 
cants of Trinity, were members of this class. 

During the fall of the same year, the women of the 
parish put a thousand dollars into the church treasury. 
In November subscriptions were solicited for a lot and 
church building. It may be interesting to the older 
parishioners to speculate upon what might have been, if 
the first lot that was purchased had been retained. This 
was the lot on the northwest corner of San Fernando 
and Fifth Streets. It was held by the vestry for a few 
months only, and then sold with the prospect of getting 
what has proved to be a more satisfactory site. This 
change in the selection of the lot was due to the far- 
sightedness of James Hart who bought the lot from the 
vestry that the way might be open for a better choice. 

The present site was owned at this time by Major S. J. 
Hensley, being part of a large property extending north 
to the vicinity of the Hotel Vendome. It was used as a 
corral for horses and was surrounded by a high board 



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fence. Fields of golden California mustard stretched 
away on all sides of this barren spot, but even these 
armies of mustard stalks, densely crowded as space would 
allow, standing above a man's height and tossing their 
yellow heads with assurance, could not shut the blue 
skies from view and the things that were to be. The lot 
was purchased for the sum of three thousand dollars. 

The same year, 1862, preparations for building were 
made. Captain James W. Hammond superintended the 
work, and the result was a pretty little church built of 
timbers from the native redwoods of California, and 
finished within with the same natural wood. All parts 
of the structure had been fitted together with the ship- 
builder' s art, and it has been said, that in time of strong 
winds or heavy earthquakes, this unique little building 
swayed like a ship on the seas, built for weathering all 
storms. 

For some time, white muslin tightly stretched, served 
in place of the stained glass windows which had been 
ordered from Doremus of New York, to be sent round 
"The Horn"; the same windows through which the sun- 
light still glows in such soft rich tones of red and blue 
and green and gold, to lighten and to beautify Trinity 
Church to-day. 

Grateful acknowledgment was sent to the city author- 
ities for the use of the City Hall for three years, and the 
first services were held in the church on Advent Sunday, 
1863. 

About this time, the organ, the one still in use, 
built by William Stevens of Boston, was on its way 
across "The Isthmus." An organ of two manuals 
and twenty-four stops, from the far east, was a 
great possession for a pioneer church, and its arrival 
was hailed with joy. The sum of eight hundred 
dollars was paid for freight alone. Two hundred 
dollars, beside this sum, having been remitted by the 



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steamship company. The organ itself cost twelve or 
fifteen hundred dollars and was paid for by subscription, 
a large part of the required sum being given by Mrs. 
H. S. Ashley and Mrs. Samuel J. Hensley. 

Possibly no one was more interested in the setting up 
of the organ in the church, than the rector who had 
played the melodeon in the City Hall three years before. 
Since that time the little parish had steadily grown, but 
his strength had steadily failed. He never preached in 
the new church, and a few weeks after it was opened, he 
was forced to give up even the reading of the prayers. 

On February i8th, 1864, the parish lost its devoted 
founder and rector. His body, at his request, was laid 
to rest under the Chancel of the Church. The Church 
for which he gave his life is his monument. The memo- 
rial tablet in the south transept, within the space for- 
merly occupied by the Chancel, was placed in the 
Church at this time. Until very recent years, fresh 
flowers lay upon it every Sunday morning. 

There are still a few parishioners who can remember 
the little church building as it looked at this time, 
standing on a bare, ungraded lot, facing St. John Street, 
with its steep gable roof, its two straight rows of gothic 
windows, and its unpainted redwood sides. 

But before many weeks had passed, the redwood was 
gainted a stone gray, and little shoots of green ivy began 
to creep up on the sides. I^ater the ivy covered sides 
and roof, and hung in heavy masses round the porch 
and windows, and even found its way through the 
weather-boarding to the interior of the church where it 
wound itself round the supporting beams of the roof and 
clustered in every corner. 

All of this wealth of green came from a slip of ivy 
brought by James R. Lowe from the classic ruins of 
Melrose Abbey in Scotland. When the interior of the 
church was lighted at night, and the beautiful colors of 



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the windows glowed for the outside world through the 
dark masses of green, there was for the passer-by a 
vision of "sweetness and light"; and possibly there 
came to mind another vision, "the ruins gray" of the 
old Abbey, covered with kindred ivy; ruins that once 
served to foster the same spirit of love that made little 
Trinity Church possible. 

After the death of Rev. Sylvester Etheridge, the Rev. 
T. A. Hyland took charge of the parish until May, 1864, 
when the Rev. Dinsmore D. Chapin was called as rector. 
During his rectorship, which lasted till January, 1866, 
there was a class of seven confirmed and sixty-six per- 
sons were baptized. There were signs of material pros- 
perity as shown by the facts that gas fixtures were put 
into the church, a fence was built, and a mortgage on 
the church lot was removed. 

In January, 1866, the Rev. Dinsmore D. Chapin 
resigned, and services were held by the Rev. H, H. Mes- 
singer until August, when the Rev. Edward S. Peake 
came in response to a call given him in April. 

During the second year of Rev. Edward Peake' s 
rectorship, the church building was consecrated, July 
27th, 1867, by the Rt. Rev. William Ingraham Kip, 
Bishop of the Diocese. 

All debt having now been removed from the church 
building and lot, the vestry decided to establish a rectory 
fund. Money for this fund was raised in various ways, 
but it is especially interesting to note, that the choirs of 
Grace Church and of Trinity Church, San Francisco, 
gave two concerts for the benefit of the fund. 

Among improvements made about this time, in and 
around the church building, it may seem hardly worth 
while, in these days of brilliant electric light, to mention 
the modest little lamp post that the vestry had placed on 
the southwest corner of Second and St. John Streets; 
but it must have meant much to evening church goers at 



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a time in the city's history, when lawlessness was com- 
mon and streets were dimly, lighted and poorly guarded. 

By this time, Trinity Church was strong enough to 
help neighboring struggling parishes and missions; and, 
though this may not be the place to record efforts in this 
direction, it is interesting as a matter of history to note, 
that on January loth, 1870, the offering at the morning 
service, thirty-five dollars, was appropriated to a fund 
for putting permanent seats into the new church at 
Santa Clara. 

Some one who visited the parish in March, 1870, 
writes, ' 'the little church never seemed prettier or more 
homelike, being as all know, one of the church gems of 
the coast. The trees about the church have grown 
finely. The parish has a valuable property, worth pro- 
'bably not less than twenty thousand dollars." Men- 
tion is made also in this letter of the remarkably good 

attendance at the services. ^^^_^^,,,__.— — ^___^^^ 

^^'"" tJpon the resignation of the Rev. Edward S. Peake in 
November, 1870, Rev. George W. Foote was called to 
the parish. He was formally instituted on March 12th, 
1871. 

About a year later, February 12th, 1872, the following 
report regarding the financial affairs of the parish was 
made by the rector. "The financial condition of the 
parish, although not all that it should be, yet shows cause 
for encouragement and good hope for the future. A 
year ago the parish was not only in debt, but its current 
expenses exceeded its income by about one hundred 
dollars per month. The income for current expenses 
during the past year, as taken from the treasurer's 
report, amounts to $2300.50. 

For the eight months since we adopted our present 
plan of raising funds by a monthly pledged offering, the 
income has been about $210 per month. This is derived 
from the pledged offerings of about seventy-five persons, 



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and from other offerings in church on Sunday mornings. 
At present, the only debt resting on the parish for cur- 
rent expenses is one hundred dollars, which would be 
nearly or quite canceled if all dues were paid into the 
treasury. 

Besides this sum of $2300, raised for current expenses, 
this parish has done nobly and well; and many must 
have given, not out of their abundance but from their 
little, in a true spirit of self-sacrifice. There has been 
raised to pay off the debt which rested on the church 
$1061, the amount of the Easter offering; and notes 
amounting to $300 have been canceled. For improve- 
ments on the church building, $652 was raised by sub- 
scription and $100 by the Guild. Of this sum $150 still 
remains unexpended, with which to recarpet the church. 

The total amount in cash raised for all purposes dur- 
ing the year is $5154.65. 

This note is appended to the report: "We have done 
very little for diocesan or domestic missions on account 
of our own debts and pressing needs. We must strive 
to do more for these objects in the future." 

A bright little item in the issue of the Pacific Church- 
man for April 13th, 1872, headed, "Good news from San 
Jose," reads as follows: "That others may be encour- 
aged by our example and may rejoice with us at this 
happy Eastertide, please tell your readers that the con- 
gregation of Trinity Church, San Jose, made an offering 
on Easter morning of $1061 for clearing off a debt that 
has rested upon the parish for nine years. No sub- 
scriptions were solicited. The rector urged upon all to 
make this the object of their lycnten self-denial, and to 
bring their offerings upon Easter morning. The result 
has surprised us all and made our hearts very glad. The 
average attendance at the Eenten services, held every 
Wednesday and Friday evening and every evening in 
Holy Week, has been about fifty. We all feel much 



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encouraged and hope ere long to be able to do our part 
toward carrying on the Church's work in this diocese." 
The above was signed by the rector of the parish, the 
Rev. George W. Foote. .(QfT="; 
mJ^i'^ ^nn"P ^^^^ ''"^'^ yearA.t4ie rectory was built. In 
order that expenses might be lowered to meet the 
demands for full payment of the cost of building the 
rectory, all expenditure for music was stopped; and it 
was gratuitously furnished by members of the parish. 
For three years, Mrs. Kdward H. Guppy served as 
organist and Mr. O. W. Parker practiced regularly with 
a volunteer choir and led the singing at the services. 
Other expenses were reduced as might be. 

The growth of the church during the first years of 
Rev. George Foote's rectorship was so rapid, that in 
1875 it became necessary to enlarge the church building. 
For many months plans were discussed by the vestry. 
At last in the summer of 1876 the work was begun. 

In order that the old building might be used to the 
best advantage, it was literally rent asunder ; one half 
of it to serve as the south transept, and the other half as 
the nave of the new building. For days before recon- 
struction began, the two portions of the little church 
stood in their respective places, looking forlorn enough 
in the hot summer sun, with the ivy torn from its roots 
hanging dry and dead from sides and roof — elements of 
construction and growth with all the appearance of 
destruction and decay. 

While the church building was gradually emerging 
from material old and new, services were held in Music 
Hall on North First Street. 

In September, 1876, the building committee reported 
that the improvements were completed; and on Sunday, 
September 3rd, the church was formally re-opened by the 
Rt. Rev. William Ingraham Kip, the Bishop of the Dio- 
cese. Bishop Whitaker of Nevada assisted at the service. 




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At this time the rector introduced the weekly celebra- 
tion of the Holy Communion. Formerly there had 
been but one celebration a month. 

The new church building need not be described, for it 
is the old church building of to-day. The ivy roots 
again sent forth a wealth of green to lodge in new cor- 
ners and to spread over new surfaces in the same lavish 
mode of the first growth. 

The few new windows that were put in, the rose 
window in the nave and some of those in the north 
transept, were made in San Francisco. 

Most of the trees and shrubs, brought years before by 
older parishioners to adorn the church grounds, had 
been carefully preserved during this time of renovation. 
Each tree and shrub growing round the church to-day 
has a history of its own; and there are one or two 
whose stories are still known. The white rose that 
climbs over the door and roof of the robing room was 
originally planted at one corner of the little old church 
building by Mrs. Hardy-Gregory near a memorial win- 
dow. One of the two palms that stand each side of the 
Second Street entrance was given by Mrs. S. O. Hough- 
ton, and the other by John Rock. Both were planted 
by Rev. George W. Foote. 

Of other trees and shrubs, since those who planted 
them have gone away or been forgotten, it can only 
generally be said that they are expressions of some indi- 
vidual thought or feeling on the part of those who 
planted them. 

With the enlargement of the church, four hundred 
sittings had been added, making the entire seating capa- 
city of the church about six hundred. T - he v e!i> fe fy 
resolved that the rector be authorized to assign seats^ 
church members in the order of their connection witlj 
the parish, as shown, by the names in the parish register, 
with the understanding that the church^was to be a free 



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f hurcli, assignment being made for the sake of order and 

nvenience only. / 

he following notice, copied from the Parish Guidon 
leaflet published by the rector, shows how it was hdiped 
that the church might be supported: "This church is 
free to all. It is supported entirely by voluntary oflfer- 
ings. To systematize these oflerings, a card is sent to 
every member of the congregation, which he may fill 
out, promising to make a stated monthly offering. This 
card is returned to the treasurer of the parish, who then 
sends twelve envelopes in which the offering may be 
enclosed and placed in the alms basin ..bf the church on 
the second Sunday of every month. .."When the offering 
pledged is not received, during th^' month, the collector 
calls for the amount due.'*',, / 

At this time the churck, begkn to feel the general 
financial depression of the time's. Notes that had been 
given for payment of expenses incurred in enlarging the 
church, and in building the r?^ctory, could not be redeemed. 
The burden of a church d03t was inevitable. 

It was the earnest dgsire of the rector to keep the 
church a free church, ^#en at a time pf heavy indebted- 
ness, and he personjlUy showed his people how he 
thought the church gnould be supported, by authorizing 
the treasurer to wi^hold twenty-five dollars per month 
from his salary, ^rs. Foote gave her services as organ- 
ist. L,ater the /ector's contribution to the cjiurch was 
doubled and thjE rectory offered for rent; but as the neces- 
sary funds foQ^aying indebtedness and current expenses 
were not fojp^hcoming, the vestry decided to rent^ the 
church pe^N in order to secure a permanent incoine. 
This metlK)d of obtaining money for the support of i\xe 
parish ha* been followed without intermission up to tht^ 
present £me. -^ 

Thepunday School had grown with the Church, and 
by th^/5 time was having its own morning service, as is 



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shown by a notice in the Parish Guide. "The time of 
the morning service has been changeci to half past nine 
o'clock. 

At this early service the members of the Sunday 
School are expected to be present, and all others are 
invited. Thg^sign is to make this a children's service 
where Uief'may learn to worship God, and to give an 
om>c(ftunity to attend church to those who cannot cojme 
"at the later hour." 

For six or seven years the Sunday School offerings 
had been devoted to a fund for putting a chime of bells 
into the church tower; and at last one Sunday morning 
in 1879, the Sunday Schoolchildren listened in wonder 
to the ringing of the bells which for so long had made 
music only in their dreams. 

About a thousand dollars had been given by the 
children toward getting the chimes, and the rest of the 
required sum had been made up by subscriptions. 

The bells were made by the Meneely Company of 
Troy, New York. 

In the mean time, the services of Frank Loui King as 
organist, had been secured, and the choir enlarged and 
improved. Upon the resignation of Mr. King, in 1883, 
Clarence T. Urmy was elected by the vestry to the posi- 
tion of organist, which position he has held, with the 
exception of a few short absences, up to the present time. 

In 1884, after a ministry of nearly fourteen years. Rev. 
George W. Foote tendered his resignation. Fortunately 
for the parish he remained its rector all through the 
formative period of its growth. 

Until the coming of Rev. John B. Wakefield, who was 
called to take Rev. George W. Foote's place, Rev. 
George H. Jenks, assisted by Rev. Edward S. Pidsley, 
had charge of the parish. 

Rev. Edward Pidsley had become a familiar personage 
in the Chancel, as he had constantly assisted Rev. George 



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Foote in the Church services. For years there had 
always appeared at the Christmas and Easter festivals, a 
little white vision with snowy locks and vestments, mov- 
ing gently and quietly among the Christmas greens or 
the Easter lilies. The active years of his life had been 
passed in other parishes, but he brought to Trinity a 
beauty and loveliness of personality that left a lasting 
impress upon the lives of those who knew him. ^. ~ 

Rev. John B. WakejBeld entered upon his duties as 
rector in November, 1884. During his rectorship impor- 
tant improvements were made in the church building and 
in the interior furnishing of the church. The bell tower 
was raised and finished with a spire, and the little Eng- 
lish porch was built. The Altar, Altar Cross and vases, 
anew Communion set, the alms basin, the Chancel chairs, 
the lecturn and the pulpit, were all given as memorials 
or as Christmas and Easter offerings by Sunday School 
classes. 

A real source of inspiration in the church life, during 
the earlier years of Rev. John B. Wakefield's administra- 
tion, was the Bible class under the supervision of Mrs. 
Isabella Wakefield. Even in trying weather there were 
seldom vacant seats in the vestry room where the class 
assembled on Sunday mornings. Those who had the 
privilege of being members of this class, gained, through 
the enthusiasm and earnest endeavor of Mrs. Wakefield, 
an interest in the books of the Bible, and an insight into 
their meaning, that only those who give knowledge with 
love can impart. 

Through the untiring effort of Mrs. Wakefield, the sum 
of four thousand dollars was raised toward the erection of 
the Parish House, in which there is a tablet bearing an 
inscription to her memory. The rose window was the 
gift of Edward Williams, who served so long and faith- 
fully as vestryman of the church. 



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One of the most active parish organizations at this time 
was St. Mary's Guild, composed of young women who 
showed boundless zeal in devising means for realizing 
any prospective improvements in the church buildings 
proposed by the rector. It was through the energy of 
this guild that the little English porch was built, and the 
guild rooms added to the Parish House. With the aid of 
the Sunday School, St. Mary's Guild furnished the Parish 
House with seats and gas fixtures. 

It was during Rev. John B. Wakefield's administration, 
in 1890, that the vested choir of men and boys wrs inau- 
gurated under the direction of Clarence T. Urmy as 
organist and choirmaster. The first boy to offer his 
services was Adrian Machefert. The other boys who 
were members of the choir during the first year of its 
organization were: Anthony Du Brutz, Hal Hathaway, 
Seymour Montgomery, Arthur Caldwell, Albert Stephens, 
William White, Charles York, Edwin Dorsey, Herbert 
Edwards, Percy Johnson, Loui King, Frank King, 
Edward Whitney, Henry Plate, I,eslie Harkness, Carl 
Crichton, Leverage Lenham, Harry Wishaar, Lloyd 
Parmenter, Senior Gohranson, Henry Bretherton, Fred 
Perrin, Raymond Perkins. 

There were six men in the choir during this first year: 
Marcus T. Brower, Charles W. Knox, Wallace O. Avery, 
J. J. Hendricks, F. C. W. Thompson, Stephen Maynard. 
Only those who attended Trinity Church before the 
days of the vested choir can realize how much it has 
helped, through all these years, to bring out the beauty 
of the church service; and only those who have been 
present at choir rehearsals can have a faint appreciation of 
the devotion of the choirmaster to his work. 

By April, 1895, the old church debt of about four 
thousand dollars, had all been paid. A new debt, how- 
ever, of two thousand dollars, had been incurred for street 
improvement. 



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In April, 1899, having served as rector of the parish 
for nearly fifteen years, Rev. John B. Wakefield tendered 
his resignation, to take efiect on September the first of the 
same year. As a token of affectionate regard, and in 
appreciation of his long service, the vestry conferred upon 
him the title of Rector Emeritus. 

Just at the time when the parish was without a rector 
and wholly dependent upon its vestry, a real loss was felt 
in the death of two tried and trusted vestrymen. Judge 
A. S. Kittredge and Edward Williams. 

After the resignation of Rev. John B. Wakefield, Rev. 
Burr Miller Weeden responded to a call from the vestry 
and entered upon his duties as rector of the parish in 
October, 1899. 

As the church was again becoming over-crowded at the 
Sunday services, it seemed wise to look for more space for 
building purposes. The lot adjoining the church property 
on St. John Street was secured for the sum of twenty-eight 
hundred dollars. Trinity Parish Guild, composed of 
women of the parish, and incorporated with full power to 
act in legal transactions, undertook the responsibility of 
paying for the lot, and had paid, up to Easter, 1903, 
all but five hundred and fifty dollars of the required sum. 

The growing work of the parish called for an assistant 
for the rector, and the reestablishment of a system of 
pledged offerings made it possible to engage the services 
of a curate. 

In October, 1900, the men of the Parish organized as 
"Trinity Brotherhood." The object of the Brotherhood, 
as defined in the constitution then adopted, was to "pro- 
mote the interests and quicken the activities of Trinity 
Church by interesting men in its energies, thereby increas- 
ing its virility and extending its power in the community." 

In November, the Very Rev. F. B. A. Lewis, Dean of 
the Convocation of San Jose, who had been for many 



22 Trinity Church 



years active in the work of the parish, was appointed 
associate priest. 

One of the notable features of the parish work at this 
time was the publication by the rector, of a weekly leaflet 
which contributed not a little to the churchly education 
of the parishioners, reviving the spirit of the ''Parish 
Guide,''' published during the rectorship of Rev. George 
W. Foote. Besides the regular weekly announcements of 
services and meetings of various organizations, the 
''Trinity Messenger" always brought some exhortation 
or some bit of information that roused a real interest in 
the life of the church. 

After fifteen months of active service, on February i8th, 
1 901, to the deep regret of both vestry and people, Rev. 
Burr M. Weeden resigned from the rectorship of the 
parish. At the same time, the Very Rev. F. B. A. Lewis 
tendered his resignation as associate priest. 

Fortunately for Trinity Church, Rev. George W. Foote 
was within call and willing to take charge of the parish 
for a few weeks, until the arrival of Rev. Charles H. 
Mockridge, whom the vestr}' had called as rector. 

Rev. Charles Mockridge, Jr., rector of St. Philip's 
Church, Detroit, served as curate until September, 1901, 
when his work in Detroit called for his return. 

Rev. William F. Venables served as curate from 
November, 1901, to Easter, 1902. From Easter, 1902, 
to Easter, 1903, no curate was engaged on account of 
lack of funds to pay a salary. 

In December, 1902, Rev. Charles H. Mockridge ten- 
dered his resignation. Again the vestry sent for Rev. 
George W. Foote, and again, like Cincinnatus of old, he 
came from his mountain home to which he had retired. 
With strength apparently restored, he entered upon his 
work with a heartiness that bore rich fruit. A " word" 
from him in the Lenten Leaflet, gives some interesting 
statistics. It reads as follows: "I have consented to 



History 23 



remain in charge of this parish until after Easter. I 
came here thirty-two years ago and was rector for nearly 
fourteen happy years. I love this dear old parish with 
all my heart and it is a joy to be at work in it again. 
There is a great yearning desire to help this parish to be 
and to do what it should be and do after all these years; 
first by helping individual souls to the higher life, and 
next by helping in its material prosperity. Thirty-two 
years ago your rector appealed to the few members of the 
little church to free it from a crushing debt by their 
Easter offering. This was done by that little handful of 
people who gave $1350 on Easter morning. On the fol- 
lowing Easter $1650 was given to build the rectory. The 
parish is again in debt to the amount of $2200, This 
can be removed at Easter if every member of the parish 
will really try to give according to his ability. There 
are now five times as many people to help pay this debt as 
there were thirty-two years ago. It surely can be done." 

In the midst of the pressing needs of the parish, 
strength, given unreservedly for so many weeks, failed 
Mr. Foote, and he was compelled to stop short of what he 
had hoped to accomplish materially for the parish. 

Rev. A. A. McKenzie, of the Divinity School at San 
Mateo, took charge of the services for a few weeks, and 
Rev. John B. Wakefield, who through long service had 
endeared himself to so many of the parishoners of Trinity, 
was welcomed again into the chancel. Rev. Mardon D. 
Wilson of Christ Church, San Jose, Secretary of the 
Diocese of California, and Very Rev. F. B. A. Lewis, 
Dean of the Convocation of San Jose, gave most gener- 
ous assistance to the parish in its time of need. 

At the beginning of the Lenten Season of 1903, an 
auxiliary vested choir of young women was organized to 
sing at the Lenten services and to join the regular choir 
on Easter Sunday and other festivals. 



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The Easter services of 1903 were full of the hope that 
the day inspires — hope of a new and higher life for Trin- 
ity Parish; and the long shafts of Easter sunlight that 
reached across the church, from roof to floor, seemed to 
herald the coming of the truer light. 

As this little sketch closes, a new era in the life of 
Trinity Parish opens. "There is no pause in the lead- 
ing and the light." "The best is yet to be." 

The growth of the Parish has been seen mainly from 

a material and temporal point of view. There are out- 
ward and visible signs of spiritual growth embodied in 
material form, which may be found scattered all along 
the years from i860 to 1903; but the history of the real 
life of the Parish can never be written nor can adequate 
expression be found for the earnest work of those who 
have ministered to its highest needs. 



►i< 




Founder of Trinity Parish 



Early Communicants 



Registered by REV. SYL VESTER S. ETHERIDGE. 
1861 - 1863 



Appleton, Sarah 
Hardy, Sarah J. 
Smith, H. E. (Mrs.) 
Hammond, J. W. 
Hammond, R. C. 
Holabird, Sarah 
Brown, O. C. (Mrs.) 
Devine, Frances 
Spencer, Eleanor 
Petrie, Mrs. 
Lowe, James R. 
Lowe, Mary A. 
Daniels, William 
Reedway, (Mrs.) 
Thorn, Portia 
Hartman, B, 
Hartman, B. (Mrs.) 
Hayes, N. (Mrs.) 
Jones, Mary (Mrs.) 
Weatherhead, James 
Hart, Anna 
Healey, (Mrs.) 
Lissak, H. 
Lissak, H, (Mrs.) 
Warhurst, Ann B. 
Atchinson, L. M. (Mrs.) 
Lendrum, Anne E. 
Bond, George W. 
Clarke, Francis B. 
Marvin, Ellen C. 
Appleton, Joseph L. 
Meadowcroft, (Mr.) 
Meadowcroft, (Mrs.) 
Davis, William R. 



Schallenberger, Fannie M. (Mrs.) 

Comstock, Ellen D. 

Meadowcroft, Mary J. 

Rhodes, Carrie 

Ray, Hepsibah 

Broodbent, Mary A. 

Cory, (Mrs.) 

Hadley, Daniel 

Littlefield, J. M. 

Broodbent, (Miss) 

Hamn, (Mrs.) 

Pomeroy, Everett 

Calvert, Elizabeth 

Coleman, Caroline 

Mallory, C. B. (Mrs.) 

Case, F. M. (Mrs.) 

Littlefield, Ellen (Mrs.) 

Read (Miss) 

Fowler, William A. 

Hester, Sallie 

Hartwell, Julia 

Hanjary, Anna 

Canon, A. J. 

Cassey, Peter 

White, Rebecca V. 

Kingsbury, B. B. 

Hewlings, Margaret 

Creighton, Frederick 

Creighton, Emily A. (Mrs.) 

Yoell, James Alexander 

Yoell, Emily (Mrs.) 

Scott, S. (Miss) 

Snook, Robert (Mrs.) 



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Baptisms 



REVEREND SYLVESTER S. ETHERIDGE. 



1861 - iJ 



Appleton, Joseph Smith 
Barker, Robert L 
Barker, Zilpah V 
Baxter, George 
Baxter, (Mrs.) 
Byron, Fred 
Canfield, William W 
Cassey, Amy Henrietta 
Creighton, Frederick John 
Crowell, Mary 
Dana, Laura Amelia 
Djalina, Frank 
Hardy, Mark Robson 
Hardy, Franklin Graves 
Hart, Mary 
Hart, Anna 
Hart, Henry 
Hart, Toland 
Hart, William 
Hammond, Lutitia May 
Hangary, Annie S 
Hartwell, Julia A 
Heath, John Alfred 
Heath, Frederick William 
Heath, Emma Jane 
Hedge, William S 
Hensley, Mary Helen 
Holabird, John Thomas 
Hough, Angelina Jane 
Jacobs, Sara Frances 
Jacobs, Robert 
Klotz, Christina 
Lendrum, Fliza 
Lendrum, Andrew Reubin 
Lendrum, Mary Jane 
Lendrum, Maud Anna 
Leroy, Marcul 
Littlefield, John M 
Littlefield, Edith Rebecca 
Mayo, Gabrilla V 
Mayo, Cordelia M 
Marston, James Allen 



Meadowcroft, Robert R 
Meadowcroft, William Henry 
Mellor, George Frederick 
Miller, Horace Lee 
Norris, Frank Brown 
Olden, Catherine Wilkins 
Pearl, James Hanks 
Peacock, George Winfield 
Peck, Emma 
Peck, Francis 
Peck, Lilly 

Pope, Happy Albertina 
Porter, Warren Reynold 
Prescott, Emma Jane 
Prescott, William Syms 
Schallenberger, Margaret Everitt 
Schallenberger, Lou Townsend 
Schoenheight, George William 
Searle, Catherine L 
Searle, Sophia Caroline 
Smith, Mary 
Smith, Joseph 
Smith, Willette 
Stanfield, Tames 
Stanfield, Phebe Jane 
Thompson, Harry Scott 
Toms, Joseph Henry 
Warhurst, Ralph King 
Warhurst, Thomas Kussuth 
Warhurst, Lizzie Ann 
Watkins, Edmond Cairns 
Weed, Hampton 
Wells, Harriet Mary 
Wells, David Ashley 
White, Rebecca Alexander 
White, Charles Brooks 
White, Elbert Lockwood 
White, Anna Magdalen 
White, Howard 
Yoell, Alice Virginia 
Yoell, James Alexander 
Yoell, John Hampden 

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Baptisms 



27 



REV. DINSMORE D. CHAPIN. 



1864- 1866 



Bacon, Francis William 
Beaty, James Haskell 
Beaty, Irving Eugene 
Bradly, Harriet Penn 
Britton, JohnDailey 
Brown, Alfred Persons 
Castle, Edgar Michael 
Castle, Charlotte Louise 
Castle, Annette Adelaide 
Cassey, Emma Louisa 
Clayton, Frank 
Coddington, Mary Frances 
Eaton, Sarah Louise 
Eaton, Cornelia Elizabeth 
Franklin, George Riter 
Gavitt, Mary Augustine 
Gavitt, Jessie Annette 
Gassoway, Horace P 
Gassoway, Belita 
Gassoway, Ada Henderson 
Gish, Ellen Summerford 
Hall, Elizabeth 
Hartman, Felix Leavitt 
Harrison, Hiram 
Harrison, Sarah Ann 
Harrington, William Chester 
Haskell, (Mrs.) 
Hensley, Charles Brenham 
Hewlings, John Elliott 
Hill, Etheridge Howard 
Holmes, Frances Evelyn 
HoUister, Nellie 
Hollister, Sally Kate 
Hollister, Jenny Bryne 



Hollister, John Hubbard 
Hollister, Ida Guhilma 
Hollister, William Wallace 
Latimer, Catherine Ann 
Latimer, Louisa Levering 
Littlefield, John Monroe 
Littlefield, Emily Daisy 
Marshall, James Riggs 
Marshall, Amanda Taylor 
Marshall, George Shorter 
Marston, George Henry 
Monroe, James Egbert 
Mortimer, John Benning 
Mortimer, Lewis Joseph 
Moultrie, Frank Barnett 
Overacker, Howard 
Panyburn, Susie Alice 
Panyburn, James A 
Panyburn, Mary Louise 
Panyburn, Edward Lucius 
Pitts, Nellie 
Randall, Andrew Todd 
Rhodes, Maggie 
Rimlinger; Charles Philip 
Schallenberger, Lloyd Jones 
Smith, Frank Eugene 
Staus, Mary Leonora 
Watkins, Anna Maria 
Weller, Ellen Elizabeth 
White, Maria Louisa 
Willey, Mary Susan 
Yates, Martin HuflFman 
Yoell, Emily Frances 



REV. EDWARD S. PEAKE. 



1866- 1870 



Adams, Lizzie 
Agnew, Henry David 
Bacon, Elvira Ellis 
Bard well, Henrietta 
Bodfish, Emma Brent 
Bodfish, George Fenwick 
Bodley, Effie May 
Bodwell, Benjamin James 
Bradford, Fannie Viola 
Branch, Monroe 



Cartright, Mary Groesbeck 
Cilker, Martha Elizabeth 
Cleal, Thomas Lenham 
Clevinger, William Thomas 
Coddington, Charles Thompson 
Cole, Walter 
Cooper, George 
Cook George Marshall 
Corde, Bertha Jane 
Creighton, Florence Annie 



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Creighton, Herbert Brodie 
Creighton, Sidney Stuart 
Curtis, Dean Blake 
Davidson, Douglas Norwall 
Dorety, Charles 
Dunn, Robert James 
Farns, William Victor Emanuel 
Floyd, Elbert Stanley 
Floyd, John Henly 
Floyd, Ada Cassey 
Floyd, Daisy 
Floyd Helen Louisa 
Gavitt, Alice Luella 
Gavitt, Lilian 
Gibbs, William Horace 
Gibson, George Hahneman 
Granger, Betsey Ann 
Harper, Robert Samuel 
Haskell, Flora 
Haskell, Walter Henry 
Haskell, Alvana 
Haskell, William Pearson 
Haslett, Elizabeth 
Haslett, Sarah Frances 
Haslett, Henrietta 
Herritage, Carolina 
Hickman, Nanieoki 
Holland, Joseph Henry 
Holland, Mary Catherine 
Holland, Emma Florence 
Houghton, Eliza Poore, (Mrs.) 
Housfhton, Mary Martha 
Houghton, Eliza Poore 
Houghton, Sherman Otis 
Houghton, Clara Helen 
Houghton, Charles D. 
Houghton, Francis Irving 
Howell, Sarah Marian 
Huestes, Minnie M. 
Jobson, Mary 
Keaton, George 
Keaton, Henry William 
Keaton, Elizabeth 
Keaton, Helen 
Kelly, David William 
Kelly, Bessie Cory 
Lattimer, Eva Knight 
Lendrum, William Edward 
Lendrum, Emilv 



Lewis, Louisa Rebecca 
Lewis, William Morris 
Mayo, Alice 
McLennan, Mattie 
Meadowcroft, Cornelia Rees 
Meadowcroft, Fannie Everett 
Merritt, John Ezra 
Miller, Murdock McLoud 
Minor, Mary Brayne 
Minor, Elliot Bengen 
Minor, Alice Rhodes 
Moore, Murray 
Moultrie, May 
Moultrie, Lloyd 
Moulin, Victor Ferdinand 
Oldham, Edward Ashley 
Overton, Jacob 
Overton, Harriet Belle 
Parker, Mabel Welles 
Payne, Louise 
Payne, Harry Dow 
Peake, George Parker 
Peake, Fanny Augusta 
Fillers, Sarah Jane 
Fillers, John 
Fillers, Fannie 
Raynor, Susan 
Reynolds, Ida Alma 
Savage, Lincoln 
Shriver, Edith Summerford 
Smith, George Washington 
Smith, Milton 
Snook, Edgar Anson 
Speights, Noah Edgar 
Stuart, James Henry 
Stuart, Frederick Douglas 
Sylvester, Joey Amelia 
Thorne, Walter Martineaut 
Underwood, Mary 
Warthen, Arrilla 
Warthen, Albert Rosencrans 
Weller, George Manning 
Weller, Edith Elizabeth 
Weller, Wilfred Henry 
West, Esther Maria 
White, Margaret Bird 
Wright, Emma Rhodes 
Yoell, Gertrude Ellen 



Baptisms 



29 



REV. GEORGE W. FOOTE. 



1871 - l\ 



Abbott, Mary 
Adams, Dura Maria 
Adams, Mary Phoebe 
Adams, Grove 
Allison, Camile 
Allison, Winifred 
Allison, Mildred 
Allen, Ethelyn Phelps 
Allen, Dora Louise 
Allen, Adeline 
Allen, Lilly Jane 
Allen, Louisa 
Allen, Edward 
Baker, Annie Hollis 
Baker, Emily Lester 
Baker, Despard Dillon 
Baker, Clara Dillon 
Baker, Morgan Dillon 
Bardenwerper, Katie 
Bawden, Richard Henry John 
Best, Catharine 
Blackmore, George William 
Blackmore, Carrie 
Bradley, Nelly Theresa 
Bradley, Ellen 
Breyfogle, Edwin Solomon 
Briesen, Ernest Albert 
Briesen, Marie Maxa 
Britton, Daisy Jane 
Britton, Annie Elizabeth 
Brown, Charles Edward 
Brown, Edward Rodney 
Browne, Carry Ruggles 
Brown, Winifred Penoyer 
Cairns, Emma Jane 
Cairns, John James 
Cairns, Robert Hugh 
Caldwell, Arthur Ebetts 
Caldwell, Louisa 
Caldwell, Roberta 
Carlson, Emma Christine 
Carlson, Carl Edward 
Carlson, George Severeen 
Case, Sarah Jane 
Castle, Rothsay Benjamin 
Cavanaugh, Mary 
Chapin, Maria Endicott 
Chapin, Elizabeth 
Childs, Sarah Brice 



Christopher, Rita 
Cochrane, Fanny Forester 
Cohnon, Antoinette 
Cole, Lewis 
Congdon, Georgietta 
Collins, Frederick 
Collins, Guy Sackett 
Colwell, Annie Tensard 
Col well, Charles Tensard 
Cook, Grace Isabel 
Cullen, Edith Margaret 
Cullen, Florence Elizabeth 
Cutler, Henry M. 
Cutler, Henry Monroe 
Delmas, Delphine 
Delmas, Paul Hoge 
Delmas, Antoinette Irma 
Delmas, Joseph Pendleton 
Denny, Cora 
Denny, Minnie 
Denny, Frederick 
Denny, William 
Dickenson, Luila 
Dimick, Margaret Helen 
Dixon, Georgia Esther 
Downs, Mary Effie 
Downs, Raymond Willard 
Drinkwater, John Rupell 
Dunn, Susan Millard 
Dunn, Mabel Emma 
Eastin, Annie 
Eastin, Sarah (Mrs.) 
Edwards, Belle Ogier 
Estabrooke, Clarence 
Fallon, Frederick Arthur 
Farrington, William James 
Faul, Mildred Maria 
Featherstone, Archibald 
Featherstone, George Finley 
Floyd, Amy Matilda 
Floyd, Cora 
Floyd, Pauline 
Foley, Elizabeth Alice 
Foote, Christine 
Fox, William Tipton 
Franklin, John Henry 
Fronde, Charles Henry 
Gibson, William Bannister 
Gibson, Letitia 



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Gohranson, Frederick Turin 
Gohranson, Victor Turin 
Graham, Martha Ann 
Graham, Jennie Maude 
Granger, Horace Greeley 
Guppy, Estella Lois 
Guppy, Florence Belle 
Guppy, Mabel Fide 
Guppy, Christine Mary 
Hall, Adelia Evans 
Hall, Alice 

Hammiel, Hans Nikles 
Hammaland, Emma 
Hammond, Edith 
Hansen, George Dekay 
Hansen, Cornelia Karren 
Hargrave, Lucy 
Harmons Ernest 
Harmons, Elizabeth 
Harris, William Thomas 
Harris, Adrian Ninnis 
Hart, Ella Sands 
Hart, Ella 
Hart, Anna Frances 
Hartman, Emma Lottie Fay 
Hawkshurst, Theodocia 
Hebard, Francis Edward 
Herndon, Lena Martha 
Hoflfman, Adela Henrietta 
Hollenbeck, Beatrice Lawry 
Hollenbeck, Grace 
Hollenbeck, Walter Lawry 
Holman, Charles Clarence 
Hommerick, Marie Emily 
Hommerick, Clara Louisa 
Hopper, Frederick Charles 
Houghton, Herbert Sutter 
Howell, Dura Maud 
Hughs, Annie Elizabeth 
Hughs, Sarah Charlotte 
Hunt, Franklin Louis 
Huntsman, Martha 
Hyde, Marcus Louis 
Incagnoue, Rosa 
Jarman, Albert Hutchinson 

Jaynes, 

Johnson, Annie Caroline 
Johnson, Joel 
Johnson, Selma Josephine 
Johnson, Ellen Elizabeth 
Johnson, Gustave Henry 
Johnson, August Fritz 
Jones, Laura Annie 
Jones, George Irvin 



Joseph, Mary Wright 
Joyce, Louisa Jane 
Joyce, Mary Augusta 
Juth, Frans Edwin 
Juth, Emma Cecilia 
Jutto, Carl Oscar 
Kelley, Mary 
Kennedy, Albert John 
Ketcham, Lydia Elmira 
King, Loui Foote 
King, Luena May 
King, James Henry 
King, Frank Giorza 
King, Louisa Etta 
Lane, Harry Albert 
Lane, Martha Jane 
Laurilliard, Margaret Polhemus 
Laurilliard, Albert Ferguson 
Laurilliard, Osborne 
Laurilliard, Frederick Henry 
Laurilliard, Arthur Brent 
Lawrence, Eliza Jane 
Leigh, Alice Delicia 
Lendrum, Birney Alexander 
Lewis, Frederick Wagner 
Lewis, Abby Ann 
Lewis, Lucy Elizabeth 
Lillie, Edward John 
Lillie, George William 
Lion, Clara Zulema 
Lipsett, Robert Alexander 
Longdon, John McLeod 
Lopen, Jennie 
Louis, Georgiana Margaret 
Lovejoy, Grace 
Lowe, Duncan Forsythe 
Maddock, Maud 
Machefert, Claude Adrian 
Maleck, Caroline Dorothea 
Mallory, Clarence Swan 
Malungren, Jennie Augusta 
Mayo, Luc}' Thacker 
Mayo, James Evans 
Mayo, Hannah Griflfeth 
Merritt, Charles August 
Merritt, Leaser Chase 
Meyerle, Lisett 
Meyerle, Ella 
McCloskey, Jane Gertrude 
McCloskey, Thomas Alexander 
McKipick, Donald 
McMeekin, George Herbert 
McMeekin, John Alfred 
Miles, Ella Gertrude 



Baptisms 



31 



Miles, Bertha 

Miles, Lulu 

Miles, Mary Mabel 

Miles, Martha Jane 

Minor, Butler Brayne 

Minor, James Garratt 

Montgomery, Coralie Louisa 

Montgomery, Seymore Thomas 

Montford, Joseph 

Montford, Harrington 

Montford, Stella 

Montford, Grace 

Moore, Betty 

Morgan, Isaac Richard 

Morphey, Mary Freeman 

Morphey, Margaret 

Morton, Henry Chestney 

Morton, Harriett Frances 

Moultrie, Lloyd Kelly 

Moultrie, Kate 

Moyer, William Edmund 

Moyer, William 

Moyer, Mary Ellen 

Murdock, Laura May 

Murgotten, Mary Anna 

Murgotten, Edith Clemintina 

Murgotten, Martha Kelly 

Murry, Rolaert Keys 

Neal, Jepie Green 

Nelson, Lillie 

Nelson, Carl Albert 

Nelson, Amanda 

Nelson, Edwin Paulina 

Newcomb, Mary Alice 

Nixon, Amy 

Oberg, May Christine 

Oberg, Ellen 

Overton, Charles Henry 

Pace, Rachel 

Pace, John Edmund 

Parker, David 

Parker, Abby Etta 

Parks, Lillian 

Payne, Theodora 

Payne, Louis Starr 

Peck, Talula 

Peers, Sarah Isabella 

Polhemus, Mariana 

Pomeroy, Elwood Gault 

Popplewell, Ettie Christiana 

Pratt, Henry 

Rayner, Joseph Edward 

Reynolds, Willie LeGrange 

Rhodes, Margaret Elizabeth 



Rhodes, John Morris 
Rife, Mary Elizabeth 
Rife, Sophrana Matilda 
Rife, George Austin 
Robbeschotte, Joseph Antonis 
Robbeschotte, Nina Victoria 
Roberts, Elizabeth Ann 
Roberts, Mary Ellen 
Rowe, Marv Ogilby 
Sahlberg, Belle Helena 
Scott, Mary Rowena 
Scott, Nellie 

Schallenberger, Frances Reese 
Schallenberjer, Milton Potter 
Scully, William Ferguson 
Shaplin, Samuel 
Shaplin, Walter David 
Shaplin, May 
Shelbourn, Jessie Maud 
Shelbourn, Ernest Brooks 
Singletary, George Curtis 
Singletary, Emory Grigsby 
Smith, Dana 

Smith, Elizabeth Montague 
Smith, SelinaElita 
Snook, Norman Albert 
Snook, Eva Elizabeth 
Snyder, Gertrude Arminda 
Snyder, Mamie A 
Soderer, Kate May 
Somers, Mary Emma 
Somerville, Albert Ernest 
Spaflford, Adelaide Cecilia 
Spencer, Grace May 
Spencer, Tulita 
Starratt, Frank Smith 
Stevens, Antoinette Belle 
Stevens, William Joy 
Stevens, Sidney Bella 
Stratford, Hugh Ogilby 
Stratford, Nellie Campbell 
Stratford, Hugh Campbell 
Swain, Effie Drake 
Swensou, Selma Matilda 
Swenson, Emma Josephine 
Swenson, Carl William 
Syer, Martha Virginia 
Symonds, George Ernest 
Tabor, Edmund Beckett 
Taggart, Oscar Mortimer 
Taggart, Henry Abbott 
Taylor, William Lee 
Taylor, Martha Allen 
Taylor, William Grey 



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Taylor, Ellen Sutherland 
Tennant, John William 
Tennant, Margaret Helen 
Theiessen, Dora Sophia 
Thompson, Austin Norris 
Thompson, Austin Norris 
Thorne, Grace Lucretia 
Thorne, Edna 
Thorne, Mary Chrisholm 
Townsend, Ethel Clare 
Townseud, Eva Lillian 
Townsend, Maud Isabel 
Townsend, Arthur Chisholm 
Troedson, Carl Edwin 
Troedson, Johan Alfred 
Tuflfree, Charles Polhemus 
Tuttle, Kitty Clover 
Varela, Alexander Robert 
Walker, Frederick Carrol 
Walker, William Henry 
Wallace, Dora 
Wallace, Lena Elizabeth 
Ware, Lizzie May 
Webb, Ida Gertrude 



Wharton, Robert 
Wheatland, Arthur John 
Wheeler, Sylvia Jane 
White, Mary Elizabeth 
White, Christina 
White, Henry Warde 
Whitwell, Jennie Louisa 
Whitwell, Florence Agnes 
Wilcox, Miles Irvin 
Wilde, Margaret Butler 
Willett, Sarah 
Williams, Simeon Waldo 
Williams, Paul Sibley 
Williams, Bessie Galindo 
Williams, Virginia Hardy 
Williams, EfiBe Gladys 
Wilson, Alma Evalinda 
Wilson, Mary Elizabeth 
Wilson, Henry 
Young, Richard Betty 
Young, Thomas John 
Young, Howard Birney 
Young, George William 
Young, Henry 



REV. JOHN B. WAKEFIELD, D. D. 



1884- 1899 



Abbott, Frank Max Sheridan 

Adel, Grace 

Adel, Mabel 

Ainsworth, Trevlyn 

Ainsworth, Horace 

Ainsworth, Doris 

Alderson, Edith Eveline 

Allen, Edith 

Allen, Walter 

Allen, Ray Marston 

Allen, Gwendolyn 

Allen, Floyd Ensley 

Allison, Leona 

Allison, William DeWitt 

Arques Frances Louise 

Arques, Mabel 

Artnous, Louise Elizabeth 

Artnous, Augustus Henry 

Austin, Paul Page 

Bacon, Bessie Stuart 

Bacon, Albert Sylvester 

Bacon, Ruth 

Bacon, Jeremiah Bruce 

Baker, Lucy 



Baker, Jewett Adams 
Baker, Arthur Dillon 
Baker, Olympia Dillon 
Baker, Albert Dillon 
Ball. Lillian Eliza 
Barker, Carrie Alzora 
Barker, Samuel Richard 
Barney, Grace Edith 
Earnhardt, Frank Dyckinson 
Earnhardt, Clifford Cobb 
Earnhardt, Delia Carra 
Earnhardt, Carra Prudence 
Earnhardt, Mary Prudence 
Bartley, Elmer Robert 
Barrows, Estelle 
Bates, Ella 

Bawden, John William 
Beans, EUard Hendly 
Beans, Mildred Elizabeth 
Bennett, Irma Grace 
Bentley, Robert Irving 
Biede, Alesia Dickinson 
Black, Bessie Avery 
Black, Kenneth James 



Baptisms 



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Bohlmann, Laura FrancesBernice 

Bohlmann, Eugenie Edna 

Bohlman, Laura 

Bolton, Charles Henry Lufkin 

Bolton, Sydney Rogers 

Bone, Arthur 

Bone, Lewis 

Bowham, Madelina 

Boring, Rosalind Crowell 

Bowles, Ora 

Bradford, Gertrude Laura 

Bradford, Gertrude Laura 

Bradford, Cyril Christian 

Bradford, Chester Brindley 

Bradley, Anna Augusta 

Branham, Mary 

Bronson, Willie Anna 

Brown, Nina Elizabeth 

Buckley, Mary 

Buckley, Helen 

Bull, Kate Evaline 

Bull, Herbert Granville 

Bull, Winifred Gladys 

Burgess, Tristam 

Burgess, Elizabeth 

Burgess, Charles 

Burke, Eva Lorraine 

Burns, Francis Charles 

Burns, Archibald 

Burr, Julia Marguerite 

Burrell, May Addie 

Burrell, Louisa Edna 

Burrell, Viva Jeanette 

Bynon, Rachel Cornelia 

Caldwell, Ernest Gerard 

Campbell, Wallace 

Campbell, Gladys Minerva 

Campbell, Abbyjane 

Capel, Lettie Anna 

Card, Edward Douglass 

Carter, Clarabel 

Carter, Mary Eliza 

Carter, John Henry 

Carter, Clara Elizabeth 

Carter, Isabella Evelyn 

Chapin, Samuel Fletcher 

Clark, Emma (Mrs.) 

Clark, 

Clayton, Jean Bradley 
Clayton, James Bradley 
Clayton, James A 
Clayton, Emily A. Jerow 
Clow, Cora Cochrane 



Colwell 

Cooper, Thomas Elwyn 
Cormack, Jessie More 
Costa. Albert James 
Costa, Joseph Henry 
Costa, William Herbert 
Covell, Syvene 
Covell, Merritt 
Cox, Mabel Gertrude 
Cox, Arthur Brow 
Cox, Charlton Graham 
Crichton, Alice Isabel 
Crichtou, Stanley Edwin 
Crichton, Isabell 
Crichton, Gordon Leslie 
Curnow, Maude Jeanette 
Curnow, Mabel Fanny 
Daby, Jessie 

Dassel, Clarissa Madelina 
Dassel, Elernor Royce 
Dejarnett, Lillian Italia 
Dennison, Florence Elizabeth 
Devoy, Zoe Henrietta 
DeWitt, Oscar Eugene 
Dixon, Susie Bernice 
Dowton, Walter Leander 
Dowton, Sidney Gordon 
Dresser, Marguerite Amelia 
Dunston, Isaac 
Duff, Eveline Frances Helen 
Eaton, Herbert 
Eaton, Lillian Cooper 
Eaton, Joseph Edmund 
Egan, Florence Mildred 
Egan, Edgar Leslie 
Ellis, Thomas 
Empey, Maud 
Enright, Frank 
Euright, Walter Erwin 
Enright, Millie (Mrs) 
Eppler, Hannah Taylor 
Evans, Charles Bordoe 
Evans, Margaret Reese 
Farren, Clara Adeline 
Farrington, Mattie Zerelda 
Farrington, Benjamin Fuller 
Farrington, Adam 
Farrington, Eva 
Farrington, Walter Scott 
Farrington, Amy 
Farrington, Mabel 
Farrington, Hazel 
Farrington, Ethel Jane 



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Farthing, Irma George 
Farthing, Delia Marion 
Faulkner, Leslie 
Faulkner, Charles Craik 
Faulkner, Mary 
Ferguson, Edward 
Ferguson, Rhea 
Ferguson, James 
Ferguson, John 
Ferguson, Clarissa 
Field, Grace 
Fife, Beatrice Lillian 
Fisher, Sarah 
Flag, Edwin Clarence 
Flag, Leonora 
Flyn, Lillian Isabell 
Friant, Margaret Antoinette 
Friedlander, Anna Pearl 
Fullager, Ella 
FuUagar, Ida 
Fullagar, Blanche 
Gardiner, Beasley Wells 

Garnier, 

Gebhardt, Wilhelmina Wells 
Gebhardt, Myrtle Ida 
Gordon, Edith Annie 
Good, Helen 
Gowan, Leonard 
Greater, Jennie (Mrs.) 
Greater, Annie GriflSth 
Greater, Alice Frances 
Greater, Thomas Marquam 
Grant, Mary Catherine 
Gribner, John Thomas 
Gribner, Frank 
Grimmer, Delia May 
Gunther, Hazel Christina 
Haley, lone D'Arcy 
Hall, Frances Spencer 
Hall, Mercedes 
Hall, Beatrice Lydia 
Halsey, Juauita Isabella 
Halsey, Hattie Eva 
Halsey, Clara Louise 
Halsey, Grace Ida 
Halsey, Gertie Estelle 
Halsey, Laura Alice 
Halsey, Edna Garandine 
Hamilton, Martha Selina 
Hamilton, Emily Genevieve 
Hamilton, Mary 
Hammond, Arthur Elmer 
Hankenson, Irene 



Harkness, Leslie James 
Harkness, Ford Brockway 
Harmon, Ida Minerva 
Harmon, Muriel Marie 
Harold, Louisa 
Harrison, Ida Elizabeth 
Harrison, Herbert Samuel 
Hatch, Viola 
Hatch, Frank Lewis 
Hatch, George Glascock 
Hatch, Jackson 
Hatch, Dana Millard 
Hatch, Geraldine Viola 
Haultaiu, Phillip Edward 
Heron, Edith Harvey 
Herrild, Bertha 
Hill, Russel Dudley 
Hill, Ellis 
Hill, Apphia Mary 
Hoag, Myron Drayton 
Hocket, Lennie 
Hoffman, Florence Victoria 
HoUoway, Louis William 
Holloway, George 
Holmes, Hattie Lucille 
Howie, Lillian Richardson 
Howard, Edward Bancroft 
Howard, Nina Lydia 
Howard, Clara 
Howard, Lizette 
Howard, Grace 
Hunn, Florence Isabella 
Hunn, Dorothy 
Ironside, Roger Baxter 
Ironside, Stewart Atchison 
Ironside, Jessie 
Ironside, Frederick Neal 
Ironside, Irving John 
Jackson, Henry Lord 
Jarman, Kate Evelyn 
Jarman, Edith Louise 
Jarvis, Robert 
Johnson, Jennie Maria 
Johnson, Edith Augusta 
Johnson, Carl Edwin 
Jones, Mary 
Jones, Ida 
Jung, Phillip John 
Kelley, Virginia Mabel 
Kelley, Nannie 
Kelley, Libbie 
Kemp, Mildred Ethel 
Kindborg, Carl Edward 



Baptisms 



3^ 



King, Minnie Edith 

King, Richard Seymour 

Knickerbocker, Nina 

Knickerbocker, Clara 

Knoth, David Gustaf 

Krause, Clarabelle (Mrs.) 

Laurilliard, Annie 

Laurilliard, Ralph 

Law, Hazel Dixon 

Leaman, James Buchanan 

I/Caman, Lelia Mary 

Lee, Jessie May 

Leigh, May Agnes 

Leigh, Huanna 

Leigh, George McBlair 

Lewis, Morgan Miles 

Leib, Roy Chilton 

Leib, Frank Allen 

Leib, Erie Brent 

Lindsay, Archibald Norman 

Lindsay, Helen May 

Lindsay, Athol Thomas 

Lion, Clara 

Lion, Morrell Gibon 

Lion, Gardner 

Lion, Stella 

Lion, Hortense Maria 

Lorimer, Harriet Katharine May 

Lowe, Mary Rosam 

Lowe, Elinor Forsythe 

Lundblad, William Anthon 

Lundblad, Florence A 

Lunt, Lawrence Kirby 

MacChesney, Edith May 

MacKenzie, William Henry 

Madigan, Eva 

Madigan, Eugenie 

Malone, Elder Agatha 

Malone, Jarrett Jenkins 

Malone, Laurestine 

Malone, Garrett Stanton 

Mann, George Elinor 

Mann, Louise E 

Martin, John Johnston Miller 

May, Abbie 

Maynard, Elizabeth Stanley 

Maynard, Katharine Easterby 

Maynard, Merlin Trever Roper 

Maynard, Henry Cholmondley 

McGehee, Lena Ellen 

McGehee, John Henry 

McKinstry, Gordon Eugene 

McKinstry, Raleigh Bishop 

McLean, Mary Wilhelmina 



Metcalf, Hazel Melville 
xMillard, Phoebe Jean ette 
Millard, Bryant Tilden 
Miller, Katharine Stanbury 
Mills, Roy Bertraud 
Mills, Frederick Charles 
Mills, Isaac George 
Montanya, Lorraine Spencer 
Montanya, James Francis 
Moore, Marjory 
Moore, Marcella Spring 
Moore, Mildred Morrow 
Morgan, Jennie 
Morgan, Ida 
Morgan, Irma 
Morgan, James Henry 
Mowray, Nelson Horatio 
Moyer, Irvine Gertrude 
Murgotten, Francis Clark 
Neely, Hattie 
Nelson, Elma Melissa 
Nugent, Roy Wakefield 
Nugent, Esther Margaret 
Nugent, Elmer Thomas 
Nugent, Lester William 
Nugent, Merton Winfred 
Nugent, Milton Albert 
Nugent, Harvey Preston 
O'Connor, Ivy May 
Ogier, Walter Tulidge 
Ogier, Elizabeth Hargest 
Ogier, Fanny Grayson 
Ogier, Adelaide Reed 
Ogier, Georgiana (Mrs.) 
Ogier, Ella Ross 
Ogier, Clara Jane 
Ogier, Cora Gertrude 
Ogier, Andrew Reed 
Ogier, James Howard 
Olson, Genevieve Obvera 
Osborn, Gladys Louise 
Osborn. Robert Payne 
Pace, George Milton 
Palmer, Camille 
Parkman, Jessie Ann 
Parkman, Jessie Ann 
Patton, Marie 
Paulsell, Edna G 
Paulsell, Jessie N 
Peacock, Etta May 
Pease Mabel C 
Perrin, Archie Albert 
Perrin, Fred Wallace 
Peterson, Florence Gertrude 



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Plumb, Edith Rose 
Plumb, Sarah Edwina 
Polhemus, Jennie Eliza 
Polhemus, Charles Bispham 
Polhemus, Edward Richter 
Pollock, Mary Irene 
Pratt, Elinor 
Priestly, Arthur Reginald 
Putnam, Hervey Armstrong 
Putnam, Ethel Maria 
Rashleigh, Grace 
Ray, Allen Muir 
Rayburn, Alden Granville 
Redcliffe, None 
Reese. Charles Edward 
Reynard, Ernest Charles 
Reynard, Harold Herbert 
Rhodes, Arques Louise 
Riehl, Anna Marguerite 
Richards, Mary Emma 
Richards, Emma M 
Richards, Eleanor Virginia 
Richards, John Percy 
Richards, Donald Wallace 
Richards, Norman Monroe 
Richardson, Owen D 
Richardson, Maud 
Richmond, George Andrew 
Richmond, Edmund Nutting 
Richmond, Sidney Earl 
Richmond, Cedric Rae 
Ricketts, Georgia May Eveline 
Robbins, J. C. 
Roberts, Ruberta Augusta 
Rodgers, George Leigh 
Rootes, Thomas Page 
Rossich, Euthanasia Constance 
Sairo, Capitola Belle 
Saki, Misa 
Salisbury, Neva May 
Salisbury, Nellie Grace 
Schoenheit, Sophie Edith 
Scott, Edna Lorraine 
Scott, Clarissa Pauline 
Secord, Maud 
Senter, Irma 
Sevenoaks, (Mrs.) 
Shartzer, Mary Dunn 
Shartzer, Thomas Farrington 
Shartzer, Clara Gilmer 
Shartzer, Newton Roy 
Shaw, Earl Jones 
Shaw, Jack Woolsey 
Shepardson, Lucia 



Shepardson, Florence 
Simpson, William Yale 
Simpson, Helen 
Sikes, Louisa (Mrs.) 
Smith, Alice Woodhull 
Smith, Albert Sidney Johnston 
Smith, Jennie Cleveland 
Smith, Frank Grover 
Smith, Leo Lester 
Smith, Seymour Golding 
Smith, Veva Cadow 
Smith, Viola Vera 
Snook, William Earl 
Snook, Angeline Mary 
Spencer, Lcrend Wright 
Spencer, Irene Katie 
Stakhouse, Bertha Olivia 
Stackhouse, Edna May 
Stackhouse, James Alfred 
Stallings, George Brown 
Stephens, Albert Blaisdel 
Stich, Emily Pearson 
Stich, Ralph 
Subach, Louisa 
Sutcliffe, Claude Ingham 
SutcliflFe, Joy 

Teunaut, Hazel Clemintiue 
Tennant, Mary Elizabeth 
Tennant, Aileen AUana 
Teunaut, John Harvey 
Tennant, Annie V 
Tennant, William Eugene 
Thorn, Ciiarles Augustus Pomeroy 
Thureson, Oscar Alfred 
Turner, Ida Emma 
Turner, Nellie Burnie 
Turner, lone Beatrice 
Turner, Mary Pearl 
Vance, Lillian Genevieve 
Van Heusen, Adelia Blanchard 
Wagener, Eva Van Heusen 
Wagener, Edward Hopkins 
Waidhass, May Estelle 
Waidhass, Muriel Boyd 
Waidhass, Robert Ernest 
Waite, Alice Adelaide 
Waldorf, Dolores Garnett 
Walk, Edward 
Walker, Arthur R 
Walker, Henry Erwin 
Wallace, John Thomas 
Wallace, Dorothy 
Walshe, Fay 
Watts, Mary Elizabeth 



Baptisms 



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Watts, Edmund Beatrice 
Webb, Theodore Winthrop 
Week, Bertie 
Weiland, Maude Helen 
Weller, Bessie Matilda 
Wharton, Roy 
Wigle, Gordon 
Wilcox, Frances (Mrs.) 
Williams, Lucy 
Williams, Clara White Wilder 
Williams, Ellen Mary 
Williams, Harrison Oliver 
Williams, Lucia Kirk 
Williams, Georgiana 
Williams, Madeline Jobson 
Williams, Lillian Tisdale 
Wilson, Evelina 
Wilson, Frederick 
Wilson, Alexander 
Wilson, Olivia Virginia 
Winningstad, Olaf Philip 



Woodrow, Grace Ethel 
Woodsum, Maude Alice 
Woodsum, Hazel Winifred 
Woodsum, Clarence Van Buren 
Wooley, Harriet Malone 
Wright, William Hardcastle 
Wright, Irving Elmer LlewUyn 
Wright, Milton Edgar 

Wright, 

York, Charles E 
York, Charles Warren 
York, Ralph Edwin 
Young, Mabel Edna 
Young, Francis C 
Young, Harold Grant 
Young, Adrian Weller 
Zarcone, William Penn 

Zarcone, 

Zimmer, Albertina 
Zimmer, Clara May 



REV. BURR MILLER WE EDEN. 



1899 - 1901 



Atherton, Harry Claire 
BaflF, Bertha Edwards 
Beach, Sarah Delia 
Beevers, Pearl Irene 
Bennison, Ellis Norman Lanibley 
Blakemore, Kathleen Glif 
Butler, Edgar Emmett 
Butler, Ada Ruth 
Butler, Eva May 
Butler, William Peace 
Campbell, Kenneth 
Cardinell, Susie Grace 
Church, Lillian Emily 
Coe, Rinaldo Louis 
Curnow, Grace Gertrude 
Frank, Dorothy Margaret 
Green, Elizabeth Margaret 
Hankensen, Minette 
Harris, Blanche Esther 
Harris, Levi Maurice 
Hayne, Laura Lee 
Howatt, Maggie Blanche 
Johnston, Bernard 
Johnston, Russell Reubin 



Johnson, Henry Hinckley 
McElwaine, George Vance Bal- 

derine 
McGinnis, Summer Dotts 
McKee, Georgia 
McKinstry, Francis Lee 
Ogier, Margaret 
Perrin, Maude Elizabeth 
Perrin, Frances Viola (Mrs.) 
Pieper, Edna Marciele 
Prindle, Emma Tolwille (Mrs.) 
Prindle, Eva Maud 
Randle, Alta Frances 
Robinson, Sarah Shirley 
Rockwell, Harold Augustine 
Rockwell, Marian 
Rodgers, George Lincoln 
Ross, James Madison 
Scott, Charles Tremaine 
Stiles, Jeanette Lillian 
Voshell, Francis Whitney 
Watson, Irene Margaret 
Wright, Sarah Louisa 
Wright, Emmaline Amelia 



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RE V. CHARLES H. MOCKRIDGE, D. D. 

1901 - 1902 

Baker, Mabel Claire McComb, Eleanor Mehitable 

Baker, Cl3'de Wilson McGeorge, Grace Anne 

Bates, Ernest Ray McKee, Edith Pearl 

Bates. Leslie Arthur Millard, George Sherman 

Bell, Helen Gladys Minor, Emma Sophie 

Bodelle, Matilda Eleanor Minor, Rhodes Claassen 

Branham, Hattie Mary (Mrs.) Moore, Earl Henry 

Brown, Frank Palmer Otto, Alice Jacqueline 

Cambers, Lelah Thelma Esatine Polhemus, Charles Bispham 

Cameron, David Rinaldo Powers, Edward Eugene 

Campbell, Maud Powers, George Thomas 

Gather, Marcia Janet Rayner, Robert Askelou 

Center, George Stuart Reid, Letitia Scott 

Chaboya, Arthur Bates Richards, Mary Whitney 

Chaboya, George Randolph Richards, Eleanore Kathleen 

Childers, Edna Ricks, Adeline Amelia 

Clayton, Willis Sherman Ricks, Hazel Margaret 

Christie, Loretta May Ricks, Hiram Lambert 

Coutant, Ruth Anne Ricks, Carson, Steiumets 

Elmer, Bessie Helen Ripley, Lila Irene 

Elmer, Leon Harold Schneider, Phillip Sumner 

Elmer, Walter Merle Smith, James Henry 

Evans, Lloyd Miner Smith, John Christopher 

Fassett, Thomas Lee Odian Smith, William Joseph 

Ferguson, Allie Soderer, Carrol Augustus 

Fritz James, Dorothy Standley, Helen Pauline 

Harrell, Edith Galvin Sutton, Arnold Lewis Lincoln 

Harrell, George Franklin Talbot, Estella Maud 

Harrell, John Franklin Thornton, Richard Baxter 

Henderson, Elizabeth Adel Thornton, Stuart Rutherford 

Henderson, Irene Thornton, Eva Isabel 

Henderson, Martha Alice (Mrs.) Thornton, Florence Esther 

Holloway, Leslie Beeston Thornton, Leslie Mockridge 

Huflfman, Leona Thornton, Pearl Edith 

Illif, Clarence Lemuel Weller, Herbert Dalrymple 

Knox, Allen Woolley Werner, Adela Irene 

LaGrange, Charles Edwin Werner, Lawren Webster 

Lotz, Cyril Clyde White, Ella Ethel 

Macaulav, Hazel Irene White, Edith May 

Macaulay, Martha White, Winifred Edith (Mrs.) 
Macaulay.Thadeus Warsaw Hob-Willes, Ethel Joan 

son Withrow, Earl Boynton 

Malone, Jarrett Jenkins Woolley, Bessie Winifred 

Matlack, Idela Myrtle Wright, Gladys Maud 
Matlack, Cora Mabel 

REV. GEORGE IV. FOOTE. 

Rector in Charge, December, 1902 to April, 1903. 

Caldwell, Ethelwyn Althea Millard, Roger Binney 

Easton, lone Vivian MacLouth Rinn, Ida 

Millard, Allen Ramsay Vestal, Maxwell 




Rt. Ri:v. \Vii,i,iam Ixi;kaham Kip 

First Bishop of California 



Confirmations 



REV. SYLVESTER S. ETHERIDGE. 



Appleton, Joseph L 
Bond, Maria 
Brown, O C 
Canon, Andrew J 
Cassey, Peter 
Comstock, Ellen D 
Creighton, Frederick 
Creighton, Emily A 
Davis, William R 
Devine, Frances 
Featherstone, Hettie 
Hammond, J W 
Hammond, R C 
Hanjary, Anna 
Hardy, Mark 
Hardy, Sarah J 
Hartwell, Julia 
Hester, Sarah 



1861 - 1864 



Hewlings, Margaret 
Holabird, Sarah 
Littlefield, E 
Lowe, Ralph 
McComus, Samuel C 
Meadowcroft, William 
Meadowcroft, Mary I 
Meadowcroft, Elizabeth 
Meadowcroft, Matilda 
Ray, Hepbsibah 
Rhodes, Caroline 
Schallenberger, Fannie M (Mrs.) 
Smith, Harriet E 
Warhurst, Anna B 
White, Rebecca V 
Yoell, James Alexander 
Yoell, Emily 



REV. DINSMORE D. CHAPIN. 
1864- 1866 



Bond, Anna 
Crosby, Maria 
Devine, Lilly 
Faulkiner, John 



Gish, Ellen S 
Hensley, Helen 
Yountz, Mary 



REV. H. H. MESSINGER. 
1866 



Cleal, Catherine 

Gavitt, Mary A 

Hart, Wilkin 

Hart, Joanna 

Haskell, Alvina E. (Mrs.) 

Latimer, Benjamin G. (Sr.) 

Latimer, Benjamin G (Jr.) 

Latimer, Virginia L 

Latimer, Elizabeth V 



Massey, Sarah 
Randal], Ann Elizabeth 
Smith, William Alexander 
Smith, Willette Cassey 
Spencer, Eleanor 
Tennant, Nellie 
Tiffany, Cornelia Starr 
Tiffany, Eliza Ann 
White, Howard Cassey 



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REV. EDWARD S. PEAKE. 



1866- 1870 



Adams, \Jvlz\^ 

Allen, August C 

Bacon, Alvira Ellis 

Bradford, Anna Maria 

Bradford, Ethelbert J 

Chapin, Rachel N 

Chapin, Kate 

Chapin, Ida 

Chase, Ruth Amelia 

Cleal, Thomas Lenham 

Clevinger, Thomas 

Denny, J J (Mrs.) 

Emery, William 

Gabriel, Ferdinand 

Gavitt, Jessie 

Gibbs, William Horace 

Hammond, Jennie 

Hastings, Fannie 

Hoffman (Mrs.) 

Houghton, Eliza Poor6 (Mrs.) 

Johnson, William Henry 

Judah, Nameokee 



Lapam, Mary A 
Lawrence, Augustine 
Leonard, Elizabeth 
Leonard, Edward 
Lewis, C E (Mrs.) 
Maitland, Mary Elizabeth 
Millen. Murdock McLeod 
Moses, Anna E 
Overton, Jacob 
Polhemus, Anita 
Polhemus, Caroline 
Randall, Sarah O 
Rhodes, Byron 
Rhodes, Emma 
Smith, George Washington 
Speights, Noah Edgar 
Swan, Mary Florence 
Thomas, Emma 
Tidball, (Mrs.) 
Warthen, Arrilla 
White, Elbert L 
Young, Mary Ann 



REV. GEORGE IV. FOOTE. 



1871 - 1884 



Adams, Dura Maria 
Adams, Mary 
Allen, Addie 
Allen, Carl Harman 
Allen, Harriet 
Allen, Jane 

Anderson, Eleanor Profetta 
Appleby, Kate 
Appleton, H J H 
Armstrong, Josie 
Baker, Minnie C 
Baker, Nellie S 
Bardenwerper, Kate G 
Bendeleben, Alfred G 
Birch, Ruth 
Blackford, Lilly 
Blakeslee, May 
Blanchard, David 
Boyce, Evlyn B 
Bradley, Nellie T 
Breyfogle, Edwin S 
Brown, Victoria 



Browne, Carrie Ruggles 
Caldwell, Caroline Henry 
Caldwell, Horace 
Campbell, Emily L 
Capey, Ada 
Case, C E 
Case, Sarah 
Chapin, Maria (Mrs.) 
Chapin, Samuel Fletcher 
Chapin, Mary E 
Childs, Sarah B 
Cochrane, Fanny Forester 
Coddington, Fanny F 
Colman, Barbara 
Congdon, Georgietta 
Cook, Kate E 
Creighton, Lottie 
Creighton, Florence A 
CuUen, Alice J 
Cullen, William O 
Daingerfield, Eliza Parker 
Davidson, Douglas N 



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Dawson, Emma 

Denny, C W (Mrs.) 

Denny, Minnie 

Denny, Lilly M 

Dimmick, Margaret Helen 

Dimond, Harry 

Dixon, Georgia E 

Doble, Emma 

Dunn, Susan M 

Eastin, Sarah 

Eastin, Annie 

Eaton, Cornelia Elizabeth 

Edmondson, Clara 

Estabrooke, Robert Clarence 

Estabrooke, Elizabeth 

Estabrooke, Mary J 

Floyd, Martha 

Gay, Florence 

Gibson, Letitia 

Graham, Mary J 

Grififetts, Sarah 

Guppy, Maria Ruth 

Haley, Samuel 

Hall, Alice 

Hall, Adelia Evans 

Hargrave, L,ucy 

Hart, Annie 

Hart, Mary 

Haskell, Flora 

Hawkhurst, Theodosia M 

Hollenbeck, Beatrice 

Houghton, Sherman Otis 

Houghton, Clara H 

Houghton, Charles Donner 

Houghton, Mary M 

Houghton, Eliza 

Hughs, Anna 

Hughs, Sarah 

Huntsman, Martha 

Hutchinson, Ezra 

Hutchinson, Laura A 

Incagnone, Rosa 

Jackson, Harriett 

Jones, Laura 

Kavanaugh, Mary 

King, Henry 

Klotz, Christina 

Klipstein, Minnie 

Koman, James 

Latimer, Louisa 

Lawrence, John 

Lee, Louise E 

Leigh, Hugh A 

Lendrum, Andrew Reuben 



Lend rum, Lizzie 

Lendrum, Margaret E 

Lewis, Lutie 

Lewis, Abbie A 

Lewis, Lucy Elizabeth 

Long, Lizzie 

Long, Sarah 

Lusson, Adele Merlin 

Lusson, Cornelia Armistead 

Magee, Nellie 

Maynard, William Trever 

Maynard, Edward W 

Maynard, Eva Gertrude 

Maynard, Henry Wilford 

Mayo, Alice 

McAllis, James Frederick 

McBain, Agnes B 

McMeekin, Josephine 

Megerle, Lisette 

Megerle, EJlla 

Miles, Morgan 

Miles, Eleanor Elizabeth (Mrs.) 

Miles, Mary Mabel 

Miles, Martha Jane 

Miller, Elizabeth S 

Minor, Mary Brayne 

Moore, Bettie 

Moore, Maud 

Moore, Gertrude 

Morgan, Isaac Richard 

Moyer, William 

Moyer, Mary Ella 

Murgotten, Martha K 

Nesmith, Loring 

Newcomb, Mary Alice 

Nixon, James 

Nixon, William 

Northron, Elizabeth 

Parker, David 

Parker, William L 

Payne, Louise 

Pease, Eva Maria 

Pembroke, Marion E 

Polhemus, Josephine 

Polhemus, George B 

Porter, Florence 

Rayner, Susie 

Reid, Annie M 

Roberts, Mary E 

Schaaf, Martha S 

Schallenberger, Margaret E 

Scott, Edward 

Scott (Mrs.) 

Scott, Nellie 



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Smith, Effie 
Soderer, Elizabeth 
Somers, Mary Emma 
Spafford, Adelaide Cecilia 
Spencer, Mary C 
Sprague, Josephine 
Stetson, Edith 
Swilk, Louisa 
Taggart, Sarah 
Tennant, Fred 
Tennant, Clementina (Mrs.) 
Tennant, John 
Thorn, Matilda 
Tompkins, Ella F 
Tompkins, Annie 
Townsend, J H M 
Tuttle, Rebecca 



Tuttle, Kitty Clover 
Wagener, Allan 
Walker, Mary J 
Watsou, Elizabeth A 
Webb, Ida Gertrude 
Wheeler, Sylvia Jane 
Whipple, Clara A 
White, Alfred J 
White, Annie M 
Whitwell, Jennie L 
Whitwell, Florence Agnes 
Willett, Sarah 
Wilson, Mary E 
Yates, Martin 
Young, Mary E 
Young, William B 



REV. JOHN B. WAKEFIELD, D. D. 
1884- 1899 



Abbott, Clara Frances 
Abbott, Pansy Jewett 
Adel, Grace 
Adel, Mabel 
Allen, Dora Louise 
Allison, Camille 
Allison, Winifred 
Anderson, Nellie 
Anderson, Oliver P 
Anderson, Chloe 
Arques, Mabel 
Arques, Mattie Alice (Mrs.) 
Atkins, R H (Mrs.) 
Austin, Reginald 
Austin, Elizabeth May 
Avery, Wallace Ogden 
Avery, Carrie Louise 
Aysberry, Florence 
Bacon, Mary L (Mrs.) 
Bacon, San ford Lord 
Baker, Matilda 
Baker, Emily Lester 
Baker, Annie Hollis 
Baker, Clara 
Baker, Isabella M 
Baker, Teecie 
Barker, Zoe Autumn 
Barlow, Elizabeth Ann 
Barmby, Emily (Mrs.) 
Barney, Grace Edith 
Earnhardt, Prudence (Mrs.) 



Earnhardt, Mary Prudence 
Barrows, Estelle 
Bates, Annie Eliza 
Bates, Ella 
Bell, Enid Lyell 
Bemis, Bessie 
Bennett, Ella 
Bennett, Eliza (Mrs.) 
Benson, Charles Henry 
Berry, Benjamin Clark 
Billington, Paul 
Bird, May Frances 
Boardman, Louis P. 
Bohlman, Laura (Mrs.) 
Eohlman, Eugena Edna 
Bohlman, Laura 
Bothwell, James Lewis 
Bowers, Edith 
Bowles, Ora 
Bradley, Harriett P 
Brady, E R (Mrs.) 
Brady, Ella 
Branham, Mary 
Brewer, Emma (Mrs.) 
Brewer, Daisy 
Brewer, Andrew George 
Brooke, William 
Brotherton, Laura R 
Brower, Marcus Theodore 
Brower, Clara Gertrude 
Buckley, Marcella 



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Buckley, Helen 

Bull, Frances Amy 

Bull, Edith Mary 

Burgess, Tristam 

Burrell, May Addie 

Burrell, Lulu 

Burrell, May 

Burrell, A H (Mrs.) 

Bynon, Rachel Cornell 

Caldwell, Louise J (Mrs.) 

Caldwell, Roberta 

Camp, Josephine 

Campbell, Abby Jane 

Carter, Thomas 

Chapin, Margaret Eliza 

Chapin, Maria Endicott 

Chapin, John 

Chapman, Ida 

Chapman, Belle 

Clark, Emma (Mrs.) 

Clark, Josephine 

Clark, Luna 

Clark, Allan 

Clayton, Dora Anna (Mrs.) 

Clayton, Mary Dora 

Clayton, Marguerite Anna 

Clow, Cora Cochrane 

Collins, Guv 

Collister, C' H (Mrs.) 

Compton, Eulalia 

Coombs, Mattie G (Mrs.) 

Cordell, Fanny 

Costello, Jennie 

Covell, Merritt J 

Covell, Syvene 

Cox, Elizabeth Jane 

Cozzens, Olivia 

Craze, Lizzie 

Crichton, Isabell (Mrs.) 

Crichton, Alice Mabel 

Culverwell, Richard 

Daby, Jessie 

Davis, Susie 

Davis, Serena Mary 

Denny, Cora 

Dennison, Florence Elizabeth 

Deyo, Ray Dongdon 

Dixon, Susie Bernice 

Douglas, Corolyn F 

Douglas, Mary Dorothea 

Du Brutz, Kittie Beck Laubson 

Du Brutz, Anthony 

Duncan, Mary J (Mrs.) 

Edmunds, George Herbert 



Edwards, Belle Ogier 
Emory, Francis Evans 
Empy, Maud 
Eppler, Hannah Taylor 
Erkson, Jennie A (Mrs.) 
Farrington, Elizabeth 
Farron, Clara Adeline 
Faul, Mildred W 
Field, Grace B 
Flannery, David M 
Flannery, Gertrude 
Flannery, Marguerite 
Frolich, Theodore Hugo 
Galbut, Gabrielle 
Garey, Walter D 
Gebhardt, Margaret Jane 
Gebhardt, Theodora 
Glenn, Katherine Eveline 
Goaz, Georgia 
Gohranson, Oscar Stone 
Gohranson, Victor 
Gohranson, Frederick 
Gohranson, Dora Concordia 
Gohranson. Formia Laura 
Gordon, Edith A 
Gosbee, Annie E (Mrs.) 
Good, Helen (Mrs.) 
Gouland, Edith 
Graeter, Jennie (Mrs.) 
Graeter, Alice Frances 
Graham, Mary Frances (Mrs.) 
Gregory, Frances Emily 
Green, Elizabeth 
Green, Fannie Cruso 
GriflSth, Annie 
Grimmer, Delia May 
Guppy, Estella Lois 
Guppy, Florence Belle 
Guppy, Mabel Fide 
Guppy, Christine Mary 
Hague, Lilia 
Haley, lone D'arcy 
Hall, Mercedes 
Hall, Beatrice Lydia 
Hall, Kate P (Mrs.) 
Halsey, Jaunita Isabella 
Halsey, Clara Louise 
Halsey, Laura Alice 
Halsey, Grace Ida 
Hamilton, Genevieve 
Hamilton, Mary 
Hamilton, Martha Selina 
Hampton, Sarah Brown 
Hankenson, Irene 



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Hardy, Anna Katharine 
Hares, Reginald 
Hares, William Lionel 
Harkness, Leslie James 
Harkuess, Fred B 
Harmon, Charles H 
Harmon, Ida Minerva 
Harper, Charles Kean 
Harrington, Maybelle Louise 
Harrison, Charlotte Sophia 
Hatch, Viola G (Mrs.) 
Hathaway, Henry M 
Hathaway, Laura Florence 
Haydock, Emily Alice (Mrs.) 
Hayward, Julian F 
Heavyside, Marjorie 
Heavyside, William 
Herman, Helen Adelaide 
Hewlings, Elliot John 
Hill Harriett C 
Hocket, Lennie 
Hommerick, Marie 
Horton, Alice Ada 
Houghton, Frances J 
Howard, Lizette 
Howard, Nina 
Howard, Grace A 
Ironside, Irvin Gillis 
Ironside, John Hood 
Jarman, Kate 
Jarvis, Georgiana 
Jones, Mary (Mrs.) 
Jones, Mattie 
Julien, Edward Hood 
Juth, Frans Edwin 
Kelley, Sarah A (Mrs.) 
Kelley, Nannie 
Kelley, Libbie 
Kelley, Virginia Mabel 
Kennedy, Lottie 
Kilgour, Eliza Graham 
King, Lizzie 
King, Loui Foote 
Kittredge, Ashbel Hamlin 
Kittredge, Henry Seymour 
Kittredge, Florence 
Knickerbocker, Clara, (Mrs.) 
Knickerbocker, Nina 
Laurilliard, (Mrs.) 
Lee, Ida 

Lee, Emma Smith (Mrs.) 
Lee, Bertha Abbie 
Lee, Elsie Dorothy 
Lee, Louise L (Mrs.) 



Lewis, Ella Gertrude 
Leib, Lida Campbell (Mrs.) 
Leib, Frank Allen 
Leib, Roy Chilton 
Lion, Stella (Mrs.) 
Livingstone, Everil Pearl 
Longdon. Sarah Isabetl 
Lowe, Mary Rosam 
Mace, June Frances 
Machefert, Frederick Leon 
Machefert, Stella Leona 
Machefert, Clarrisse 
Machefert, Adrian Claude 
Martin, Zaidee (Mrs.) 
May, Abbia 

Maynard Francis Dacre 
Maynard, Stephen Cholmondley 
McMeekin, Minnie 
McGinnis, Edith Forest (Mrs.) 
McGinnis, James Summer 
Mellen, Caroline Margaret 
Merritt, Charles August 
Metcalf, Hugh 
Metzgar, (Miss) 
Miles, Bertha 
Miles, Lulu 

Montgomery, Lulu (Mrs.) 
Montgomery, Coralie 
Montgomery, Seymour 

Monroe, 

Moore, Bessie 

Moore, Andromache Marcella 

(Mrs.) 
Morgan, James Henry 
Morgan, Ida 

Morgan, 

Morphy, Charlotte 

Mott, Ella 

Mott, May 

Mowray, Nelson Horatio 

Murgotten, Alexander 

Murgotten, Edith Clementine 

Murgotten, Mary Anne 

Murgotten, Francis Clark 

Nelson, Elma Melissa 

Oest, Fredericka 

Oest, Minnie 

Ogier, Georgiana (Mrs.) • 

Ogier, Ella Ross 

Ogier, Clara Jane 

Ogier, Cora Gertrude 

Ogier, Elizabeth Hargest 

Ogier, Fanny Grayson 

Ogier, Adelaide Reed 



Confirmations 



4^ 



Ogier, Andrew Reed 

Orkney, Royden Woolston 

Overton, Hattie 

Parker, Alice C 

Parker, Mabel V 

Parkman, Wallace E 

Parkman, Harry h 

Parkman, Jessie Ann 

Paulsell, Jessie N 

Paulsell, Edna G 

Payne, Rose 

Pease, Jennie (Mrs.) 

Pease, Mabel C (Mrs.) 

Peaslie, William Frank 

Perrin, Fleda 

Perrin, Archie 

Peterson, Florence Gertrude 

Pfieffenberger, Ella 

Pixley, Lulu 

Plate, Henry 

Plate, Howard 

Piatt, Eunice Buckley (Mrs.) 

Plumb, Clara Blanche 

Plumb, Alma Ellen 

Plumb, Mabel 

Polhemus, Jennie Eliza 

Poole (Mrs.) 

Powter, Alice G 

Pratt, Elinor 

Pratt, Lillie 

Pratt, James Murray 

Pratt, Elsie 

Raymond, Katherine 

Redcliflfe, Nonie 

Rema, Augusta 

Rhiel, Emma 

Rhiel, Theresa 

Rhiel, Florence 

Rhodes. Margaret Elizabeth 

Rhodes, Agnes Louise 

Richards, Mary Emma 

Richards, Maria Charlotte (Mrs 

Richards, 

Richardson, Owen D 
Richardson, Maud 
Richmond, George 
Richmond, Edmund 
Richmond, Martha Rosalie(Mrs 
Roberts, Louise (Mrs.) 
Robson (Mrs.) 
Rosendahl, Edith Helen 
Saki, Misa 

Salisbury, Nellie Grace (Mrs.) 
Saunders, Kate C 



Schaaf, Maria Eva 

Schallenberger, Frances 

Schallenberger, Milton Potter 

Schartzer, Glara Gilner 

Schneider, Lida (Mrs ) 

Schoenheit, Sophie Edith 

Secourd, Maud 

Seeback, Louisa 

Senter, Irma 

Sevrnoaks (Mrs.) 

Sharp, Margaret Emily 

Sharp, Eveline Mary 

Shaw, Julia R 

Simpson, Rose (Mrs.) 

Shepardson, Bertha 

Shepardson, Mary 

Shepardson, Helen 

Stich, Emily Pearson (Mrs.) 

Stich, Ralph Jones 

Smith, Albert Sidney 

Smith, Jennie (Mrs.) 

Smith, Lewis Thornton 

Smith, Anita 

Smith, O'Fallon 

Smith, J Herbert 

Snook, Lizzie (Mrs.) 

Snook, Norman Albert 

Somers, Carrie 

Somers, Cora 

Spangler, Mary A 

Spangler, Lulu 

Spangler, Laura 

Spangler, Fay R 

vSpedden, Mary (Mrs.) 

Spence, James W 

Spence, James W 

Spence, Mabel C 

Spence (Mrs.) 

Spencer, Lorena Wright 

Spencer, Grace 

Squire, Emma Pearl 
) Stackbouse, Emma (Mrs.) 

Stearns, Carrie 

Stephens, Albert Blaisdell 

Tanner, James A 

Thompson, Jennie Edith 

Thompson, Gertrude A 
.) Thompson, Lucy (Mrs.) 

Thompson, Silvia Belle 

Thompson, F C (Mrs.) 

Tomkins, Martha Madeline 

Tomkins, Clara Belle 

Turner (Mrs.) 

Urmy, Clarence T 



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Van Hagen, Winifred 

Van Hagen, Sayler 

Van Heusen, Neeley Gilbert 

Waidhaas, Frank 

Wallace, Grace Porter rMrs. ) 

Walk, George Edward 

Walk, Minnie 

Wastie, Mabel 

Wastie, Minnie 

Wastie, Clara Adelia 

Watts, Mary Elizabeth 

Webb, Theodore Winthrop 

Weber, Maria 

Weber, William A 

Week, Bertie 

Weiland, Maude Helen (Mrs.) 

Weller, Bessie 

Weller, Edith 

White, Edward H 

White, Charles 

White, Harry 

White, William 

White, Louise 

Whitney, Edward 

Wigle, Gordon 

Wigle, Britton D 

Wigle, Gilbert 

Wigle, Elsie 

Wigle, Ruby 



Wilcox, Frances (Mrs.) 
Wilkins, John Wesley 
Willey, Henrietta (Mrs.) 
Willey, Georgia 
Williams, Edward 
Williams, Emily 
Williams, Nina F 
Williams, Carrie 
Williams, Nellie 
Williams, Bessie G 
Williams, Edward Charles 
Williams, Lucy Charles 
Williams, Lucia Kirk 
Wilson, Josie (Mrs.) 
Wilson, Martha Jane 
Wilson, Olivia 
Wishaar, Grace Morton 
Wollper, Grace Mary 
Wood, AH (Mrs.) 
Woodland, Jemima (Mrs.) 
Woodrow, Grace 
Woodward, Diula Blanche 
Woodsum, Maud Alice 
Worswick, Mary (Mrs.) 
York, Charles 
York, Mary 
Young, Harriett 
Young, Agnes 
Young, Mabel Edna 



REV. BURR MILLER WE EDEN. 



1899 - 1901 



Allison, Leone 
Anderson, Morris Dudley 
Barker, Frank P 
Barker, Carrie A (Mrs.) 
Beach, Sarah Delia 
Bennison, Ella (Mrs.) 
Blakemore, Kathleen O 
Blakemore, Cecil L 
Blum, Clara Minnie 
Buell, Amelia (Mrs.) 
Buller, Marion Grace 
Burgess, Edith A 
Caldwell, Louise 
Church, Lillian E 
Curnow, James Russell 
Dennis, Lydia (Mrs.) 
Dirks, Henry 
Dittos, Caroline Louise 
Du Brutz, Frances 



Evert, Annie 
Fellows, Jennette (Mrs.) 
Green. EM (Mrs.) 
Gummer, Frank Alfred 
Hall, Etta Benedict 
Hankenson, Minnette 
Hanltain, Doris 
Hayward, William Frank 
Heron, Ada (Mrs.) 
King, Luena May 
Leigh, Alice Delicia 
Longdon, John M 
Loomis, Mabel I 
McKee, Georgia May 
Ogier, Margaret Branham 
Pearl, Florence L 
Perrin, Frances V (Mrs) 
Perrin, Maude E 
Prindle, Eva Maud 



Confirmations 



47 



Ray, Jane (Mrs.) 
Richards, Mary (Mrs.) 
Richmond, Miriam Snivley 

(Mrs.) 
Salisbury, Guy H 
Salisbury, Neva 
Slaughter, Lotta I 
Smith, Mary Helen (Mrs.) 
Smith, Lillian Locker 
Smith, Charles Alfred 
Southworth, Ida G (Mrs.) 
Spedden, Mabel Frances 



Stiles, Lillian Jeanette 
Townsend, Ada 
Turner, Ida E 
Turner, Nellie Burnie 
Waite, Clarence Moore 
Whiting, Frederick Percival 
Williams, Virginia 
Winningstad, Jane (Mrs.) 
Wright, Kate M 
Wright, Sarah L 
Young, Francis Cogswell 



REV. CHARLES H. MOCK RIDGE, D. D. 



1901 
Adams, Adelaide 
Bacon, Cora 
Beecher, Elizabeth Malvina 

(Mrs.) 
Brown, Elizabeth 
Brown, Frank Palmer 
Burns, Margaret Emily (Mrs.) 
Burns, Hazel 

Burgess, Isabella Robinson( Mrs) 
Cadman, Adeline 
Cadman, Irene 

Cambers, Lelah Thelma Esatine 
Cather, Marcia Janet 
Christie, Loretta May 
Coe, May Hammond (Mrs.) 
Cooper, Bessie Pauline 
Dorsey, Jessie Ellen 
Elmer, Bessie Helen 
Evans, Lloyd Miner 
Ferguson, Allie 
Golds, Mabel 
Grant, Lawrence 
Gribner, John Thomas 
Hanson, Clara Edith 
Hanson, Josephine 
Hartevelt, Aletta 
Hebert, Louis Paul 
Henderson, Martha Alice (Mrs.) 



- 1902 

Herold, Chester 
Hill, Martha Jane 
Hinkley, Claude Jerry 
Jarman, Edith 
Jessen, Christine 
Johnson, Henry Hinkley 
Krause, Frederick William 
Leaman, Lelia May 
Macaulay, Hazel Irene 
Matlack, Idela Myrtie 
McGeorge, Grace Anne 
Medina, Albert Alonzo 
Nicoll, Charles Henry Franklin 
Oneal, Lillian Lucile 
Reid, Letitia Scott 
Ricks, Adelina Amelia Fouts 
Ripley, Lila Irene 
Rodgers, George Leigh 
Sherwood, Anna Elizabeth(Mrs.) 
Spedden, Percy Monroe 
Talbott, Estella Maude 
Tapia, Lizzie Josephine 
Trowbridge, Nellie Emma Eliza 
Trowbridge, Charles Silos 
White, Winifred Edith, (Mrs.) 
Williams, Georgiana Wakefield 
Worsvvick, George Draper 
Worswick, George Draper (Jr.) 



REV. GEORGE IV. FOOTE. 
Rector in Charge, December 1902-April 1903. 
Baker, Clara A (Mrs.) Philipps, Chester D 



Baker, Olympia D 
Dietz, Estelle 
Huffman, Leona 
Hulbert, Mary Ethel 
Miller, Letitia F 



Rinn, Edna C 
Rinn, Ida P 
Schmitz, Emma 
Thrift, June Eola 
Westphall, Lillian Maud 



Marriages 



REV. SYLVESTER S. ETHERIDGE. 



1861 April 7 
May 22 
July 26 
Aug. II 
Aug. 28 
Oct. 9 
Nov. 7 

1862 June 
June 25 
July 31 
Aug. 24 
Aug. 24 
Sept. 24 
Oct. 24 

1863 Jan. 8 
Jan. 21 
Jan. 29 
Jan. 31 
Feb. 2 
Feb. 25 
Mar. 24 
June 21 
Sept. 5 
Oct. 28 
Dec. 12 



1861 - 1864 

T. I. Baxter-Mrs. Katharine Donlon 

James R. Lowe-Ines J. Pacheco 

Reuben Jones-Mary Henderson 

H. D. Scott-Agnes Cummins 

Wm. A. Lewis-Sarah E. Yontz 

Wm. Dennis-U. Goldworthy 

Whyder Hammond-Jennie Burton 

Henry O. Weller-Mrs. Catherine G. Castle 

Castanor Paine-Theresa McKean 

Samuel M. Shearer-Climena C. French 

Thomas Farmer-Sarah J. Sealey 

J. E. Brown-Mary S. Grant 

George E. Hough-A. E. Quivey 

James Muir-Martha Tompkins 

Jerome H. Hill-Lizzie Meadowcroft 

J. N. Bingay-Eliza C. Bond 

Abraham Weller-Ellen Carpenter 

C. P. Eaton-S. A. Weller 

Morris M. Estee-Frances H. Devine 

James Kearney-Ann McGee 

George B. Laugworthy-Lvdia L. Moore 

Horace D. Bartlett-Susanna Martin 

John M. Bryan-Harriet Frank 

Rev. H. H.'Dougherty-Sallie E. Geller 

Jeffrey Cullen-Elizabeth R. Olden 



REV. T. A. HYLAND. 

1864 

1864 Mar. 30 H. J. H. Appleton-Mrs. Fannie Hiscox 

April 3 Thomas S. Bradley-Henrietta Featherstonhaugh 



REV. D. D. CHAPIN. 
1864- 1866 

1864 June 30 Felix G. Hartman-Emily Merril 
Dec. 28 George H. Hare-Julia L. Harrington 

1865 Feb. 25 John Evans-A. S. Graves 
Mar. 27 Louis Schlusler-Maria Beck 

May 16 Peter O. Minor-Susannah C. Rhodes 

48 



Marriages 49 



1865 Aug. 28 Wm. L. Dickenson-Luella Johnson 

Aug. 29 Proctor R. Wells-Mary E- Daly 

Dec. 17 Augustus F. Shriver-Ella S. Gish 

Dec. 28 Wm. H. Clark-Ellen T. Collins 



REV. EDWARD S. PEAKE. 
1866- 1870 

1866 Oct. 14 George Lee-Mary E. Tuers 

James Kinnear-Jacobina Lawrence 

[867 Jan. 10 Cornelius Vanburen-Margaret E. McKee 
G. B. McGrearj'-Sarah Kingsbury 
Wm. Henry Wright-Rebecca Chase 
Jackson Lewis-Caroline Rhodes 
Samuel Templeton-Mrs. Jane Haley 
Edward Halsey-Juana B. Wesche 
Norris T. Butler- Juliet Norton 
Michael Madden-Jane E. Brindle 
Edward Geering-Anna Percy 
Wm. Henry Edwards-Alice Hall 
Wm. E. Towns-Alice F. Rochford 
S. Solon Hall-Julia A. Hartwell 
Edward Bolton-Ann Fitts 
Benjamin W. Judah-Nameokee Hickman 
Stuart Crithton-Nellie Prevoost 
William S. Bowne-Maggie Beverly 
Barton L. Hollenbeck-Isabella Maples 
John H. Pieper-Adele Hoffman 
Byron J. Rhodes-Emma M. Wright 
John Howell-Lizzie Adams 

1869 April 6 Orrin W. Parker-Flora Bennett 
W. Harrison-Annie Skuse 
J. W. Northon-Bessie Hayselden 
Dennis F. Slattery=Eliza Ames 
John Blake Dow-Almira E. Terrill 
Edward J. Morton-Sallie Gibson 
E. W. Whitney-Katie Chapin 
Jacob Overton-Sarah Massey 
[870 April 13 John Hessler-Annie Henderson 
John S. Morgan-Katy Collins 
John H. Sawyer-Mary A. Quinn 
Thomas Mallory-Florence Swan 
Thomas Ross-Martha R. Lindsay 
Henry Hebb-Martha Murdock 
Stephen T. Kirk-Florence L. Hatch 
Andrew Nelson-Katie Flynn 
Henry Conner-Harriet M. Stephens 
Nov. 19 George Fleming-Elizabeth Shelton 



Oct. 


14 


Dec. 


2 


Jan. 


10 


April 


9 


Mav 




May 


28 


June 


29 


Sept. 


6 


Sept. 


26 


Nov. 


4 


Oct. 


19 


Dec. 


II 


Dec. 


14 


Jan. 


16 


Jan. 


27 


Feb. 


17 


April 


12 


May 


3 


June 


3 


June 


21 


June 


22 


Dec. 


28 


April 


6 


May 


20 


June 


30 


July 


7 


July 


18 


July 


21 


Oct. 


2 


Dec. 


30 


April 13 


April 


17 


April 


20 


Aug. 


4 


Aug. 


28 


Aug. 


30 


Sept. 


13 


Oct. 


17 


Nov. 


12 



i^o Trinity Church 



REV. GEORGE W. FOOTE. 
1871 - 1884 

i87[ Feb. 3 Richard Dale-Laura Bullard 
Rosvreil Quivy-Julia Nelson 
James M. Carson-Belle J . Gordon 
Edgar W. Hillyer-Sarah Graham 
Hugh G. JarmaD-Amarida A. Knapp 
John Bankson Henson-Lillie Bell 
Michael Ginter-Elizabeth Haslett 
Charles L. Stilson-Emma DoUiver 

[872 Jan. 15 Thomas Francis-Annie Bering 

Alexander Rutherford-Emma M. Hanchett 

Charles B Lanthier-Kate M. Smith 

Frederick M. Howk-Emma E. Grant 

William E. Bennett-Isabel M. Hammond 

George T. Scott-Joanna Hart 

Charles C. Harrington-Louisa A. Laine 

Alfred Y. Gale-Martha Bering 

Wm. Hutchinson-Augusta Crites 

John Britton-Elizabeth A. Harliss 

Gideon Leasor Merritt-Ruth Amelia Chase 

Henry King-Maria Nage 

1873 Jan. 4 Patrick Smith-Ann Butler 
John Ruth James-Addie Greenleaf 
Wm. Blackstone Rankin-Clara B. Millett 
Charles H. James-Jane Tucker 
John Oliver-Ellen Benney 
Christopher C. Call-Virginia E. Latimer 
David C. Norcross-Elida Woods 
Loring G. Emerson-Grace T. Cardnell 

1874 Jan. 19 Wm. S. Taylor-Bessie Grey 
John Plaskettjarman-Jane Hutchinson 

W. T. Clevinger-Lou Jarboe 

John C. Morris-Veronica M. Bradshaw 

Samuel Henderson-Annie Farren 

Dirk Jan Gideon Boogaert-Jeane Drinhanyzen 

1875 Jan. II Charles Bertrand Ross-Martha E. Nixon 
William E. Rrown-JuHa C. Penoyer 
William Brown-Martha Wilson 

Frederick Argall-Eslick 

Charles L. McCoy-Clara J. Davis 
Jacob Snyder-Laura A. Baxter 
John P. Thiel, Jr. -Elizabeth Woods 
John Kamp-Emma Munday 
G. Richardson-Martha G. Poole 
Albert West-Augusta M. Stewart 
Austin Sidney Emerson-Effie Sawyer 
Alexander Shires-Eleanor Schubert 
Charles Murton-Eliza Matthews 
Richard Trembath-Mary Ann Rule 
Harry Thiesson-Selena Derry 



Feb. 


3 


Mar. 


26 


-A^pril 


10 


April 


^3 


May 


II 


Tune 


23 


Oct. 


5 


Nov. 


6 


Jan. 


15 


Feb. 


12 


April 


7 


May 


II 


June 


9 


July 


2 


Sept. 


25 


Oct. 


2 


Nov. 


I 


Dec. 


12 


Dec, 


22 


Dec. 


29 


Jan. 


4 


Jan. 


16 


Jan. 


21 


Jan. 


25 


Feb. 


15 


May 


15 


Sept. 


7 


Nov 


18 


Jan. 


19 


Feb. 


II 


April 


6 


Sept. 


19 


Oct. 


9 


Dec. 


20 


Jan. 


II 


Jan. 


20 


Mar. 


25 


May 




May 


I 


May 


13 


May 


24 


June 


5 


June 


8 


June 


9 


June 


12 


July 


21 


Aug. 


28 


Sept. 


2 


Sept. 


14 



Marriages 



^i 



1875 Sept. 21 John Thomas-Hannah Maria Smith 
Nov. 30 Geo. O. Green-Carrie V. Simons 
Dec. 12 William S. Pillman-Fannie M. Martin 

1876 Feb. 23 Gustave A. Oberg-Ellen Neilson 
Mar. 6 Charles h. Murphy-Lulu Neliis 
Mar. 22 Charles Hantschel-Marv Gaddy 
April 6 Wm. P. Haskell-Mary E. Dilley 
April 22 John Carleson-Emma Haleeu 

April 23 Harlan T. White-Catherine E. Colpman 

April 25 Philip Gippert-Rosa Rogers 

April 29 Swen Nelson-Johannah Nelson 

May 20 Elijah Treugove-Mary Verran 

May 28 George Fetherston-EUza C. Dixon 

June 19 Fayette Allen Ford-Catherine P. Moore 

July 2 George Williams-Flora Greenfield 

Aug. I Henry M. Cutler-Emma H. Seig 

Sept. 23 Henry Shayer-Emma Grace Hodges 

Oct. 5 William Barker-Margaret Mcllvaine 

Oct. 22 Charles H. Dudley-Nellie E. Emerson 

Oct. 23 John D. McKee-Eliza E. Sterling 

Nov. 8 Morgan D. Baker-Clara Augusta Balbach 

Nov. 19 Ocar P. Emersou-Delia Heuston 

1877 Jan. 8 John Hugh Stratford-Annie Ross Ogilby 
Jan. II Emory C. Singletary-Florence Grigsby 
Jan. II William N. Castle-Mrs. Annie Litch 
Jan. 25 Mark R. Hardy-Ella F. Trask 

Jan. 25 George G. Paull-Philomene Littlefield 

Jan. 29 Thomas Trainor-Bridget C. Hore 

Feb. 13 James G. Arthur-Angeline M. Castle 

April 22 George Y. Bollinger-Hattie E. Mallette 

April 28 John Guidery-Hattie Brownlee 

May 6 George Hart-Delia P. Parkhurst 

May 15 Richard Faull-Susan M. Trepidder 

May 24 William H. Green-Margaret A. Sullivan 

May 24 Wm. N. Bray-EUen Niunis 

June 30 William D. Mayhew-Mary Thake 

July 10 Olaf Salmonson-Pella Poison 

July 16 William Cornish-Emily Grey 

July 21 William Weatherill-Margaret Shull 

Sept. 19 Thomas Montgomery-Ivouise F. Schallenberger 

Nov. 8 Frank Roberts-Fannie Appleby 

Nov. 17 Chas. A. Jaeger-Augusta de Bendeleben 

Nov. 29 Richard K. Vestal-Emily Frances Newell 

Dec. I Charles H. Gilman-Kate K. Cullen 

Dec 29 Benjamin Smith-Mary h. Hughes 

1878 Jan. 3 Fred'k Wm. Tennant-Clementiua January 
Jan. 12 Thomas Keinan-Annie Callahan 

Mar. 6 George A. Free-Nellie E. Littlefield 

. Mar. 8 George H. A. Dimfefel-Aun A. Emerson 

April 9 Ernst Lomber-Adela Pfister 

April 20 John Holm-Norah A. Gardner 

May 16 M. R. Helyer-Luella Debruler 

June 15 Swen A. Sahlberg-Hannah C. Anderson 

June 25 William P. Treglown-Mary Ann Williams 



1^2 Trinity Church 



Samuel James-Bessie Jane Smith 
Joseph W. Ganong-Selinda Berryessa 
Charles Desimone-Bertha Zingg 
John G. Gay-Theresa McLean 
Frederick Wells-Nellie Shields 
Edward Maynard-Harriet A. Chase 
John Taylor-Deanie Merkle 
Isaac V. H. Saflford-Anna R. TiflFee 
Homer Prindle-Emma T. Howard 
Richard Harris, Jr.-Annie Denbar 
Charles Froude-Florence Ritchie 
Nils Peter Pierson-Christine Nilson 
Andrew S, Williams-Fannie F. Jobson 
George W. Crowell-Louise L. Martin 
Arthur B. Crowell-Nancy G. Martin 
Elisha Terrill-Mary Jane Hodge 
Frank Metcalf-Clara B. Rogers 
William C. Kennedy-Kate E. Moody 
Nils F. Sahlberg-Ida W. Carlson 

1879 James B. Treadwell-Lizzie Wadleigh 
Ralph S. Dorr-Maggie Ashworth 
George B. Dittus-Elizabeth A. Warhurst 
Daniel G. Brewer-Marion Parks 
John B. Drinkwater-Lydia B. Slocum 
John Doble-Nellie Whitburn 
John B. Wright-Annie L. Hanchett 
John Smith-Christine Swenson 
Joseph E. Morris-Lillie B. McCarley 
George Lyons-Eleanor R. Hughes 
Pear Pearson-Erika Troedson 
Wm. E. Guernsey-Mrs. Janet Munro 
John H. Butler-Annie Magdalene White 

1880 Jan. 10 Moses Hoyt-Emma Marshall Fuller 
Nicholas John Grey-Elizabeth Capidy 
Gustave Lion-Mary Galindo Gihon 
John Hassel-Ida Swanson 
Edwin Willoughby-Annie Billing 
Wm. A. Z. Edwards-Jeunie Ziegler 
William Thompson-Georgie Ward 
Frank J. Hutchins-Mary A. Rutherford 
Thomas Brown-Annie Kirk Haste 
Thomas Green-Mary Maguire 
James J. Stowe-Isabel Emerson 
John C. Kirkpatrick-Lillie Davis 
William Pascoe, Jr. -Jessica G. Allen 
August Waldmau-Celsa Laura Edson 
George Orville Comstock-Martha E. Macy 
Frederick D. Henderson-Bertie F. Myers 
William Mitchell-Sarah E. Trumble 
Frank Blake-Mary Greenwalt 
Thomas S. Owens-Ida G. Webb 
Henry Weber-Katie Dorgan 
George B. Poppel well-Mrs. Margaret Farman 
Arthur Bray-Effie Swain Smith 



July 


2 


July 


9 


July 


16 


Aug. 


12 


Aug. 


31 


Sept. 


4 


Sept. 


8 


Sept. 


15 


Sept. 


16 


Oct. 


2 


Oct. 


6 


Nov. 


8 


Nov. 


13 


Nov. 


24 


Nov. 


24 


Nov. 


30 


Dec. 


7 


Dec. 


25 


Dec. 


31 


April 


19 


May 


18 


Aug. 


10 


Aug. 


20 


Sept. 


20 


Sept. 


30 


Oct. 


4 


Oct. 


13 


Nov. 


4 


Nov. 


29 


Dec. 


II 


Dec. 


25 


Jan. 


10 


Jan. 


19 


Jan. 


21 


Jan. 


24 


Mar. 


6 


Mar. 


17 


Mar. 


18 


April 


4 


April 


13 


May 


I 


May 


2 


May 


13 


July 


20 


July 


23 


Sept. 


23 


Oct. 


4 


Oct. 


4 


Oct. 


6 


Oct. 


26 


Nov. 


3 


Dec. 


15 


Dec. 


29 



Marriages ^3 



1881 Jan. II Harry S. Krouse-Catherine H. F. Cromley 
Wm. M. Ginty-Mrs. Sarah E. Morton 
Hugh A. Leigh-Agnes B. McBain 
William Stewart-Mary C. Keefe 
Alfred H. Walker-Florence L,. Wallis 
John Weibel-Rebecca McGee Nauman 
Thomas Harvey-Elizabeth Treugove 
Bernard Faymonville-Dora B. Reis 
James T. Hamilton-Phoebe Grigsby 
Alexander W. Hess-Flora Spangenberg 
Henry H. Maloney-Annie Eastin 
Henry Clay Eastman-Mary E. Campbell 
Howard C. White-Ida E. Judah 
Louis Pate-Hilda E. Sweuson 
Charles E. Johnson-Johanna Isakanta 
James W. Gregory-Annie W. Patterson 

1882 Jan. 12 Jacob Elgram-Margaretta E. Johanson 
Richard P. Herrick-Frances Petten 
Milton A. Pace-Kate D. McGehee 
Benjamin F. Chapman-Alice E. Steinman 
Amos H. Popplewell-Christina Comins 
Thomas Kermode-Marion Ramsey 
Edwin C. Flagg-Leonora E. Bradley 
Andrew J. Compton-Hattie R. Martin 
Gilbert H. Taylor-Kate Peebles 
John F. Mickle-Fanny E. Williams 

1883 Jan. I Wm. W. Bent-Hannah M. Lister 
Samuel Capel-Susan Jane Perry 
Frank Wilson-Johanna Johnson 
Samuel Henston Edgington-Sarah H. Davis 
Alonzo A. Watkins-Flora A. Battams 
John E. Greame-May Canfield 
Franklin G. Spencer-Mary W. Richardson 
John Sullivan-Rebecca Smith 
Walter Dickens-Belle Stewart 
James Campbell-Frances E. Murphy 
Fernando Graves-Saidee C. Hughes 
John H. Tennant-Eliza Cosgrove 
Merrell J. Hibbard-Sarah E. Jones 
Alexander Kammerer-Mary C. Holland 
Roderick Kiley-Frances McBride 
Henry Sangster-Anna D. Watson 
Sanford D. Adams-Julia H. Leroy 
Charles D. Cushing-Anna Kroffig 
Bernard Thompson-Hannah Nilson 
Peter Johnson-Matilda Swanson 
John H. McGehee-Lena C. Towle 
Ludwig Landblad-Emma A. Anderson 
Wm. H. R. Lee-Marie A. A. Schlinke 
Jacob Chas. Travis-Effie N. Smith 
John Alonzo Black-Lizzie Clare Curran 
Thomas E. Ladner-Minnie Eliza Parr 
Emil Englander-Clara 1. Levy 
Chas. Elwin Moody-Carrie A. Smith 



Jan. 


II 


Jan. 


27 


Feb. 


10 


Feb. 


20 


Feb. 


22 


Mar. 


3 


April 


19 


June 


7 


June 


15 


July 


31 


Sept. 


21 


Sept. 


29 


Oct. 


II 


Oct. 


22 


Nov. 


26 


Jan. 


12 


Mar. 


30 


June 


20 


Sept. 


16 


Oct. 


4 


Oct. 


8 


Nov. 


15 


Dec. 


13 


Dec. 


13 


Dec. 


26 


Jan. 


I 


Jan. 


9 


Jan. 


16 


Feb. 


14 


Mar. 


29 


May 


12 


May 


26 


July 


II 


July 


21 


Aug. 


19 


Sept. 


, 16 


Sept. 


20 


Oct. 


6 


Oct. 


18 


Oct. 


27 


Nov. 


14 


Nov. 


24 


Dec. 


15 


Dec. 


15 


Dec. 


20 


Dec. 


22 


Dec. 


24 


Dec. 


27 


Jan. 


I 


Jan. 


15 


Feb. 


4 


Feb. 


13 


Feb, 


14 



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Mar. 29 Geo. F. Spurier-Maggie E. Otis 

Mar. 30 Thomas Boyd-Emma Griffith 

April 15 Charles J. Martin-Elizabeth H, Hayes 

April 30 William C. Owens-Laura Hollenbeck 

Mav I James Willson-Phillipa T. Tucker 

May 6 Robert W. Burtis-Della G. Hale 

May 9 John Fitzgerald-LilHe Baker 

June 26 Chas. W. Collins-Minnie C, Tucker 

Sept. 10 Adam Hebrer-Annie G. Jones 

Nov. 26 Henry Hart-Mollie King 



REV. JOHN B. WAKEFIELD, D. D. 
1884- 1899 

Nov. 22 Leonard Brown-Anna Myra Kuhalda 

Nov. 25 Joseph Reusse-Elizabeth E. Evans 

Dec. 16 Ernest Dawson-Mary C. Hobbs 

Dec. 24 William Henry McLean-Caroline A. Blaine 

Jan. 21 James R. Curnow-Lottie E. Crichton 

Feb. 2 James Pickard-EHzabeth Perry 

Feb. 3 Charles Emmett Noouan-Grace G. Kimball 

Mar. 3 William B. Griffith-Laura A. Parr 

April 6 Dennis Kennedy-Elizabeth Johnston 

July 9 Alexander C. McMeans-Carrie N. Brown 

Aug. 3 William J. Resaugh-Eliza Matthews 

Aug. 18 Frank P. Winnie-Lizzie Rademacker 

Aug. 20 Jeremiah Roberts-Gertrude B. Mossman 

Sept. 2 Roderick F. Dodd-Willey J. Clark 

Oct. II Alfred E. Stonier-Bella K. Haynes 

Nov. II John F. Burns-Lucy Hargreave 

Dec. 5 Harry Lacy-Charlotte L. Lewis 

Dec, 23 Thomas Nugent-Isabella Sullivan 

Feb. 18 George Rodgers-Teresa Delicia Leigh 

Feb. 20 Henry M. Griffin-Erenestena Slater 

Mar. 25 George W. Hildreth-Rosabel Davis 

Mar, 30 Lawrence Hyde-Sara Catherine Flagg 

April 21 Henry Albert Rademan-Ethel Barnes 

June 7 Charles P, Sheffield-Ellen Rose 

June 9 Henry A. Vincent-Minnie McMeekin 

July 4 George Harris-Mollie A. Barry 

July II Alfred Akins-Mary M. Smith 

July 13 Frank Smith-Jennie Morgan 

Aug. 28 Mathurin A. Le Deit-Georgietta Maynard 

Sept. 15 Fred Walter Moore-Marcella Spring 

Sept. 22 John N. Rossich-Rosa Incagnone 

Sept. 25 Harrison D. Albright-Mrs. Sarah Ann Albright 

Sept. 30 M. I. Jordan-Alice L Burgess 

Nov. 15 Ashley L. Smith-Clara A. Farren 

Nov. 24 S. F. Earl-Christina Rademacher 



Marriages 



;■? 



1887 Jan. 19 William R. Snook-Lizzie Hough 

Jan. 20 George Bissel Polhemus-Jennie Eliza Rj'der 

Feb. 19 Edward Young-Mary Eliza Young 

Feb. 24 Charles Le Roy Nelson-Ottie May Collins 

Feb. 27 James SutcliflFe-Loie Andrews 

April 6 William Edward Lendrum-Josephine McMeekin 

May 15 F. P. Bonnore-Isadore Wandell 

June 22 William Edwards-Theresa L,. McKee 

Aug. 4 William B. Holloway-Pauline Zimmer 

Aug. 23 William Preston Haven-Lilian May Denny 

Sept. 8 Frederick A. Osborne-Louise Payne 

Sept. 13 Francis Marion Reedy-Mary H. James 

Sept. 24 Richard H. Rickaby-Mary Stewart 

Oct. 9 Alfred F. Malone-Lucy M. Kelly 

Oct. 26 Francis Marion Lewis-Ella Gertrude Miles 

Nov. 4 John McHenry-Frances V. Reynolds 

Nov. 7 Roy J. Peak-Mamie Crabtree 

Nov. 21 George Allison-Tomasia Adia 

Nov. 23 James De la Montanya, Jr -Lorraine Spencer 

Nov. 24 George Gedge, Jr -Helen Mason 

Dec. 21 William Fair-Emma Brauch 

Dec. 23 VVm. Henry Lamrock-Annie M. Nagles 

1888 Jan. 26 Harry L. Borland-Annie L. Travis 
Feb. 28 Frank P. Barker-Carrie A. Pease 
Mar. 14 Thomas R. Rootes-Nellie Tompkin 
April 3 John McDonald-Addie Pauli 
April 8 Abram Cohn-Clarisse Lewis 

April 14 James Jeflferson Harlan-Nettie Palmer 

April iS William Rigby Morgans-Ella Mina Turner 

May I John Roberts-Jane Smith 

June 2 Merritt Rockwell-Emma Ross 

June 5 Bryan O'Connor-Katie Roach 

June iS Edward Clark Wyman-Anna C. Bradford 

July I William Edward Gleen-Rhoda Kelley 

July 3 Thomas Durham Smith-Ida Van Horn 

July 18 Irvin Truman Bolton-Libbie E. Lufkin 

Aug. 27 Nelson C. Parker-Kate C. Whitney 

Oct. 2 Gerard Bartlett Caldwell-Fannie Miller 

Nov. 3 William A. Johnson-Marian W. Hoffman 

Nov. 4 August W. Davis-Elizabeth Atkinson 

Nov. 14 Harry Van Valkenberg-Nina F. Williams 

Dec. 9 Robert J. Maxwell-Eva A. Gill 

Dec. 16 William Johnson-Jennie Jacobson 

Dec. 25 Elwood J, Haynes-Lillie Mattie Smelser 

1889 Jan. I Fred Krahlwberg-Lulu Hollenbeck 
Jan. 4 Wm. Wallace Head-Mamie A. Johnson 
Jan. 17 Harry Bedford-Eliza Griffin 

Jan. 23 Horace C. Law-Katie D. Cogan 

Mar. 5 John F. Dooley-Jessie Elizabeth Woods 

Mar. 9 David Tod Perkins- Emma R. Perkins 

May 13 Emile H. Bourgingnon-Naomi Oressa Walton 

May 15 William C. King-Ruth Polaski 

May 15 Willis S. Clayton-Anna A. Bradley 



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1889 June 5 Robert Good-Helen Hicks 
Wellington H. French-Charlotte A. Evoy 
Manuel J. Swartz-Rosa Silva 
Jean Daras-Josephine Verhegen 
James Walshe-Ida V. Benham 
Peter J. Peterson-Mary Pfeifle 
Jacob Milton Erhardt-Lillie M. Vincent 
C. Cajeton Kracker-Alice W. Wolper 
Julian Albert Bisbee-Rhoda Manning 
Harry Sutton Palmer-Maud Moore 
Fred"'E. Cushing-Cora A. Potter 
Lee McKinstry-Bertha C. Bishop 

1890 Jan. 5 James Sheldon Huey-Lucy A. Rogers 
Edward Cligny-Carmalita Perrez 
EUwood Varney-Mabel Brett 
George W. Miller-Katie Duffie 
Isaac Frank Eaton-EUen McCoy 
Joseph Elliot-Clara Haskins 

George Arthur Crux-Cornelia Armistead Lusson 
Alexander Williams-Emma Perry 
Thomas Henry Berryman-Annie Handerson 
Charles J. Cornell-Carrie A. Howells 
Timothy M. O'Brien-Lucy Laine 
George Pelmer — Emily. J. Cornish 
Nicholas J. Litz-Susie D Simpson 
Alfred F. Stackhouse-Emma C. Lyons 
Henry John Scott-Gertrude Eva Maynard 
Tohn Hayes Leveck-Della E. McAbe 
James Frederick Hill-Sarah M. Barlow 
George Alfred Reed-Mary Brayne Minor 
George Moenning-Emma J. Gibb 

1891 Jan. I Fred H. Carroll-Nellie C. Paull 
Chas. Henry Smith-Amelia Neihaus 
Coby Lorenzen-Kitty O'Keefe 
Albert Leech-Jeanetta Stevenson 
William J. Baker-Mrs. Ellen M. Bryan 
George S. Eastman-Helen E. Hansen 
John T. Colahan, Jr.-Abbie E. McClelland 
Jacob Jung-Martha Jane Wilson 
Asmus Hermansen-Martha Driver 
Richard W. George-Lizzie J. Hart 
James Harlovv'-Julia McDuff 
Ira C. Cushman-Mary J Campbell 
Norman C. Finley-Bertha A. Walton 
Albert W. Wooley-PIarriet M. Hill 
Joseph H. Faull-Mae Edna Earle 
George C. Murphy-Theresa A. Hatton 
Robert Bruce Dunlop-Norma Pelham 
Charles A. Bell-Minnie A. Smelser 
E. E. Thomas-Emily C. Luther 
Edward Hoyt-Jennie Johnson 
Sidney Sherman Pearce-Grace M. Wolper 
John W. Lyndon-Marian Parsons 



June 


5 


June 


13 


Tune 


30 


July 


6 


July 


6 


July 


16 


July 


30 


Aug. 


22 


Aug. 


26 


Sept. 


23 


Oct. 


14 


Nov. 


21 


Jan. 


5 


Jan. 


28 


Jan. 


28 


Feb. 


13 


Mar. 


6 


April 


12 


April 


16 


May 


5 


May 


6 


May 


9 


July 


14 


Oct. 


I 


Oct. 


II 


Oct. 


14 


Oct. 


21 


Oct. 


21 


Oct. 


30 


Nov. 


19 


Nov. 


26 


Jan. 


I 


Jan. 


7 


Jan. 


15 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


7 


Feb. 


21 


Mar. 


14 


Mar. 


19 


June 


13 


July 


6 


July 


28 


Aug. 


4 


Aug. 


5 


Sept. 


3 


Sept. 


9 


Sept. 


9 


Sept. 


16 


Sept. 


20 


Sept. 


16 


Oct. 


2 


Oct. 


6 


Oct. 


15 



^ 



t> 




RT. Rf,v. \Vtt,i,ta:\i Ford Xicit 
Bishop of Califoiiiia 



Marriages 1^7 



1891 Oct. 21 James W. Grant-Delia McCoy 
Murray Haynes-Louise L,undy 
Charles P. Scott-Ida M. Floyd 
Carl Foerstler-Mary Muller 
Edward Foord Hilton-Mary M. Stuart 
Archibald Beatte Brolly-Mary Hart 
John B. Baily-Mary Laisy 
Alex. R. Underwood-Julia C. Carter 
Alfred E. Friant-Elvira L. Wagener 
Herbert W. Eustace-Cora Allen Blaine 
John Drew-Sarah Jane Bishop 
Hubert Winston-Irene Leggat 
James H. Farmin, Jr. -Eleanor M. Gibson 
Warren C. Patton-Mollie E. Chapin 
F. S. Schwenninger-Helen M. Harmon 
Edmund W. Maynard-Annie M. Tompkin 
Dwight Edwards-Shirley Pendergast 
John Maxwell Heron-Lizzie M. Wight 
Henry D. Margot-Jane Fourot 
William Simpson-Rose E. Denne 
Charles T. Harrington-Maybelle Harrington 
A. P. Burnham-Georgia C. Josselyn 
Alexander C. Beede-Mary E. McGinnis 
Theodore H. Dassel-Martha M. Tompkin 
Irving E. Beatty-Henrietta Bradley 
John Wright-Lizzie Bennetts 
William Pyne-Mattie Morphy 
A. W. J. Gibbs- Adelaide de la Roza 
Arthur Coddiugton-Annie B. Caine 
Charles W. Crow-Mary Jane Harrison 
James F. Earl-Lillie Weekes 
Charles E. Reeve-Nellie E. Rootes 
Blayney E. Maynard-Adele Merlin Lusson 
Harry I. Chapman-Daisy Thompson 
John S. Turner-Emily Bach 
William H. Ross-Mary E. Woodcock 
Harry R. Sterne-H. A. Warren 

1893 Jan. 29 James C. Murray-Willima A. Krause 
S.J. Sangster-E. S. Parkhurst 
Hiram Baker Fisher-Jennie Eliza Hale 
George H. La Perle-Kate Haggett 
Joseph Larkin-Elizabeth M. Yount 
Frederick Smith-Annie Laura Cord 
Charles W. Chapin-E. Genevieve Hamilton 
John H. Call-Isabella Williams 
Samuel Harper-Christina Klotz 
Tancard Valerga-Hannah Surpalis 
William Grant Young-Bessie M. Weller 
John W. Shaw-Laura G. Jones 
Hugo Blumcke-Catherina Faulkner 
Waldemar Kichebrog-Geneva Robinson 
Lawrence A. Fumagalli-Nellie A. Bedell 
Harry B Monges-Grace E. Gladwin 
Frederick W. Ray-Harriet E. Allen 



Oct. 


21 


Oct. 


25 


Nov. 


I 


Nov. 


3 


Nov. 


7 


Nov. 


14 


Nov. 


18 


Nov. 


26 


Dec. 


9 


Dec. 


31 


Dec. 


31 


Jan. 


13 


Jan. 


21 


Feb. 


10 


Feb. 


14 


Feb. 


20 


Feb. 


27 


Mar. 


9 


Mar. 


26 


April 


12 


April 


20 


May 


31 


June 


19 


July 


2 


July 


10 


July 


13 


Aug. 


20 


Aug. 


20 


Aug. 


20 


Sept. 


5 


Sept. 


16 


Sept. 


17 


Oct. 


12 


Oct. 


12 


Nov. 


I 


Dec. 


12 


Dec. 


20 


Jan. 


29 


Feb. 


22 


Mar. 


I 


Mar. 


20 


Mar. 


27 


April 


II 


April 


15 


May 


13 


May 


16 


May 


24 


May 


31 


June 


6 


June 


15 


June 


17 


June 


26 


July 


3 


July 


3 



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Trinity Church 



1893 July 12 Harry Hegerty-Clotilde Sepulvedo 
July 16 Richard H. Bawden-Emma Dn w 
Aug. 8 Orin F. Rtekert-Bertha Herrol'l 

Aug. 31 William E. Hawley-Mrs. Mary Barnes 

Sept. 2 George Pierson-May Farris 

Sept. 9 Edward W. Pratt-Louisa de la Roza 

Sept. 14 John William Thomas-Clara Jane Og'er 

Sept. 17 Claude B. Everett-Nora A. Morrissey 

Sept. 19 Henry P. Smith-Carrie Lester 

Sept. 26 Donald A. Cohen-Alice W. Hunter 

Oct. II Thomas H. Phillips-Marian O. Simpson 

Oct. 18 H. B. Griffith Maclay-Mira Kate Abbot 

Oct. 19 Joseph Dresser-Kate Keller 

Oct. 19 Samuel Morrison-MiUena F. White 

Oct. 22 Augustus Hebert-Ida May Lunimis 

Nov. 15 George L. Bradford-Theresa Parr 

Dec. 2G William Wilson-Dora Arrebillaga 

1894 Jan. 4 John W. Galway-Ora Bowles 

Jan. 27 William B. Sherman-Bessie M. Briggs 

Feb. 2 John Endicott Chapin-Clara E. Huntoon 

Feb. 5 Lewis Henry Castle-Eugenia E. McGrath 

Feb. 6 J. Herbert Smith-Edith Weller 

Feb. II Charles E. Randall-Mary E. Ramsey 

Feb. II William T. Sutterfield-Letta F. Ramsey 

Feb. 21 William Wallace Ladd-Daisy E. Brewer 

April 3 Eugene D. Hawkins-Ethel J. F. Hunter 

May 9 Alfred P. Wolcott-Julia Clarkson 

Mav 24 Clarence E. Hill-Daisy A. Crabb 

May 24 Rufus M. Higgins-Margaret E- Lendrum 

May 29 George J. Rennicke-MoUie J. Dahlgren 

June 4 Charles H. Blohm-Mary L- Hollingsworth 

June 4 William L. Frost-Nellie Gillespie 

June 5 Edward George Perkins-Mattie Gardner Drew 

June 12 M. B. Bell-Clara M. Zimmer 

June 17 William J. McDermott-EUen Hieland 

June 20 Frederick L. Machefert-Arabella Widney 

June 23 J. W. Albee-Mrs. Mary Stella Betts 

July 5 Henry Semeria-Rose Bonetti 

Aug. 18 John W. Gordon-Alice M. Baily 

Aug. 29 T. C. Law-Julia J. Washington 

Sept. 18 John F. O'Keefe-Mary R. Lowe 

Oct. 3 Arnold Becker-Helene Herman 

Oct. 9 Charles M. Hackmeier-Henrietta Manner 

Oct. 18 George G Morehead-Ida B. Chalmers 

Oct. 25 Guy Langton-Christine M. Calder 

Oct. 28 Joseph Downing-Ella Hastings 

Nov. 3 John A. Clow- Augusta G. Crosby 

Nov. 17 John C. Keane-Laura Barry 

Nov. 29 Charles E. Chapman-Eugenia A. Glass 

Dec, 4 James Rule-Elizabeth Jane Geach 

Dec. 27 Joseph U. Hall-Grace May Spencer 

Dec. 27 Edward F. McDewitt-Eleanor E. Long 

Dec. 31 Charles R. Armstrong-Alice Switzer 

Dec. 31 Theodore Ehrenberg-Mary Matthews 



Marriages 1^9 



Samuel F. Bennett-Eliza Curry 

Marcellus D. Pearl-Mary E. Dugan 

Harry C. Gardner-May E. Wheeler 

William English-Delia Mayon 

Charles A. Almy-May O'Toole 

Clarence E. Mayo-Emma Leary 

Louis R. Manner-Annie lensen 

Colin G. MacBride-Magdeline Lux 

Godfrey Lund-Ida Fortier 

William Bishop-Annie Amelia Collins 

William S. Brokie-Annie Astley 

Walter D. T. Kippel-Flora E. St. Clair 

George B. McUonald-Vina Drennon 

William G. Smith-Sadie Gray 

John E. Amidon-Annie F. Whelan 

Wm. W. Thompson-Sarah E. Wagner 

Edwin M. McCardle-Fannie E. Beal 

Samuel Tevis-Edith Mauvais 

Albert C. Pait-Minnie Holmes 

John T. Waldorf-Daisy Garnett 

George L. Coburn-EUa R. Ogier 

Joseph S. Emery-Amelia M. Marcellus 

John Duff-Emelina C. Pratt 

George E, Wolf Annie L. Holden 

G. Matthew Smith-Mrs. A. M. Caldwell 

Claude D. Weaver-Irene McClelland 

Wager Bradford-Alice Kimball Ballou 

Stephen B. Mills-Caroline M. Barnum 

George M. Bowne-Laura T. Osborne 

James C. Murray-Minnie K. Ross 

Clarence H. Milnor-Bertha E. Andrews 

Charles E. Foster-Cora E. Glandye 

Leroy B. Johnson-Lida M. Battee 

John Christenson-Ethel L. Cookson 

Theodore E. Gilbert-Margaret Miller 

Sydney R. Goodmurphy-Jessamine E. Adders 

John Gabb-Minnie Hass 

William N. Hamilton-Ella Walrath 

Arthur W. Vivian-Louise C. Hearst 

James Mitchel-Alice Pearne 

Theodore Salagar-Phillis Barret 

William H. Davis-Harriet E. Smith 

Earl Vincent-Rebecca Victoria Parmentier 

Frederick H. Farr-Rose Moody 

Samuel D. Merk-Nannie L. Lawrence 

John T. Knight-Jane H. Moore 

Frank M . Gray-Grace Howard 

Fennen A. Angell-Maggie McManimon 

Thomas Watson-Emma C. Spreckles 

Daniel E. Chapman-Wilhelmina Murphy 

Judson B. Henderson-Libbie G. Soderer 

Jacob A. Pecher-Christina I. Uhl 

Marcus Goodman-Elizabeth B. Brown 

William Goerndt-Josephine Peterson 



895 Jan. 


23 


Jan. 


29 


Feb. 


26 


Mar. 


6 


April 


6 


April 


7 


April 


14 


April 30 


May 


I 


May 


30 


June 


18 


June 


29 


June 


29 


Aug. 


3 


Sept. 


2 


Sept. 


24 


Oct. 


7 


Oct. 


8 


Oct. 


12 


Oct. 


17 


Oct. 


24 


Nov. 


2 


Nov. 


14 


Nov. 


23 


Nov. 


27 


Dec. 


25 


[896 Jan. 


4 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


15 


April 


II 


April 


28 


May 


23 


June 


2 


June 


4 


June 


25 


July 


I 


Aug. 


2 


Aug. 


23 


Sept. 


8 


Sept. 


15 


Oct. 


6 


Oct. 


ID 


Nov. 


7 


Dec. 


2 


Dec. 


5 


Dec. 


12 


Dec. 


14 


1896 Dec. 


15 


Dec. 


30 


1897 Jan. 


4 


Jan. 


6 


Jan. 


6 


Jan. 


15 


Jan. 


18 



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1897 Jan. 20 Eric Clarke Randall-Mabel Linda Denne 
David Mcllwaine-Katie Johnson 
Arthur Crawford-Maggie Watson 
James A. Deakin-Sally Blanch Cox 
Hermann Van Dieken-Fannie Rowland 
Harry Unna-Isabel Hall 
Clarence N. Ravlin-Minnie R. Wastie 
John C. Shay-Helen Delano 
Jack Stevens-Roslin Henry 
Frederick Olmstead-Adelaide Ruttinger 
H. Montgomery Haye-Elizabeth Young 
Otto F. Erie-Rebecca Sullivan 
Stephen Cholmoudley Maynard-Susie F. Davi 
William J. Tones-Emma C. Duncan 
Arthur A. Fowler-F. Elizabeth Haydock 
Charles A. Moore-Bertha A. Ricketts 
William C. Gregg-Maude Shirley Page 
Willis L. Richardson-Saidee M. Sewell 
Charles D. Haven-Cora Denny 
Andrew A. McAbee-Ethel M. Morgan 
Arthur C. Adams-Blanche Jerolaman 
William Werner-Irene Morgan 
Will M. Beggs-Agnes Berg 
William Hollenbeck-Nellie Post 
Charles Aikens-Mary E. Watts 
Lawrence Spellman-Katie Bell 
George Dooley-Mary Morphy 
William C. Hammond-Ella Montague 
William R. Kench-Mabel B. Clifton 
William A. Jones-Mattie Ella Comer 
Joseph Brown-Amanda Marraugh 
Joseph K. Greenberg-Mary Fenerin 
Henry A. Macondray-Frances Hildreth 
Archie L. Sweeney-Emma B. Bennett 
George A. Von Himback-Ida J. Ebsen 
Robert Burrell Richards-Edith C. Murgotten 
J. M.Peaslee-Lillian Rife 
Sidney James Wedmore-Lillian May Gunn 
Lonnie Fuller-Ivy Johnson 
Melvin Powell-Alma Ditto 
Charles A. Emlay-Kathryn Martin 
Orson Wheeler Lee-Sarah Ann Bricker 
John Davis-Antoinette Moss 
Edgar Emmett Magee-Kathryn G. Trenear 
Edward P. Coukliug-Cora M. Edwards 
Fred A. Smith-Josie Skaggs 
Robert Anderson McCulloch-Effie Belle Jones 
Harry W. Bunting-Eva Madigan 
Charles A. Boucher-Nina E. Knickerbocker 
Walter A. De la Matyr-Victoria A. Brown 
Henry Thomas Woodward-Marie Eva Schaaf 
Andrew John Enrignt-Rosetta Maria Allison 
Lewis C. Hunter-Florita L. Peet 
Francis John Moore-Frances A. Rosenbaum 



Jan. 


20 


Feb. 


6 


Feb. 


18 


Mar. 


8 


Mar. 


22 


April 


4 


April 


19 


April 


22 


April 


28 


June 


5 


June 


9 


June 


15 


June 


22 


June 


23 


June 


28 


July 


24 


Aug 


U 


Aug. 


28 


Sept. 


9 


Sept. 


14 


Sept. 


29 


Oct. 


20 


Oct. 


23 


Oct. 


23 


Oct. 


24 


Oct. 


28 


Nov. 


I 


Nov. 


20 


Nov. 


24 


Nov. 


25 


Nov. 


28 


Dec. 


7 


Dec. 


18 


Dec. 


19 


Jan. 


3 


Jan. 


12 


Jan. 


2J 


Feb. 


9 


Mar. 


15 


Mar. 


27 


Mar. 


31 


Mar. 


31 


May 


16 


May 


18 


May 


24 


May 


25 


May 


28 


May 


— 


June 


I 


June 


22 


June 


29 


July 


2 


July 


4 


July 


23 



Marriages 6i 



Sept. 


2 


Sept. 


. 8 


Sept. 


20 


Sept. 


21 


Sept. 


22 


Sept. 


28 


Oct. 


6 


Oct. 


17 


Oct. 


23 


Nov. 


iq 


Dec. 


->, 


Dec. 


6 


Dec. 


15 


Dec. 


21 


Dec. 


22 


Tan. 


I 


Feb. 


16 


Mar. 


8 


April 


24 


April 


24 


May 


3 


May 


29 


June 


17 


Tuly 


26 



1898 Sept. 2 Herbert Eustace-Bessie Moore 
James A. Glover-Mary A. Murgotten 
Frank Whittier Fuller-Maybelle L. Wastie 
James Paull-Iyillie Kemp 
Leonard H. Carver-Eugenie Scrivener 
Charles Davis Clarke-Georgia Louise Graver 
John Henry King-Adelaide M. Donovan 
George R. Driggs-Maude M. Allen 
Mark W. Williams-Helen Vollmer 
David C. Gardner-Annie F. A. Berg 
James A. Newman-Tine Christianson 
GusSundquist-Christian Widmark 
Henry Bell-Cherry Ewing 
Louis E. Louis-Myrthy Ammen 
Samuel B. Church-Jessie Murray 

1899 Jan. I Newton B. Whitten-May Kitchen 
Antonio S. Pichoto-Maria Terra Vargas 
Thomas Francis Kerr-Katie Burr 
William J. Caesar-EHa B. Kennedy 
Montague V. Davis-Eva J. Gardner 
Edgar R. Bryant-Betty Tisdale 
Jay H. Miller-Celia R. Mahoney 
Fred T. Moore-Dora Louise Allen 
Edward Hiram Hoit-Bessie Maude Brenan 



R£F. BURR MILLER WE EDEN. 

1899 - 1901 

Robert J. Ward-Maud Rogers 
George Welton Fishback-Meda Bowman 
William W. Trumbull-Grace A. Stowell 
Newton Cleaveland-Agnes Marley 
1900 Jan. 3 Theodore E. Belloli-Jenuie A. Costello 
Matthew Chavaria-Alice Pacheco 
Hubert H. Berner-Caroline Louise Lake 
Frederick W. McCann-Louise M. Haley 
John Horton Patterson-Julia Emma Straub 
G. T. C. Willes-Ethel A. Sheppard 
Richard Armstrong-Mary L. Follett 
John P. Robertson-Arabella Birdsall 
Jan Antoni Lewandowski-Elinor Dickinson Pratt 
Charles C. Curtis-Aunie Sullivan 
Thomas Reeves-Nina L. Milliken 
C. G. McKeehan-Annie M. Smith 
William H. Crothers-Blanche A. Cook 
James T. Cofer-Mary A. Curtis 
Frank Parnow-Ottila M. Von Dossee 
James E. Hague-Leonora H. Steinhardt 
Peter J. Lynch-Florence M. Barnett 
H. Nelson-Mary Kate Ord 
R. M. Drake-Caroline M. Houston 



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14 


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17 


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23 


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3 


Ian. 


15 


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4 


Feb. 


7 


Apr. 


29 


May 


5 


May 


23 


May 


26 


June 


2 


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9 


June 


12 


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21 


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22 




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15 


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26 



John C. Eaton-Susie Belle Hubbard 
Walter Harduck-Mabel Tonkin 
George Reed-Lottie Smith 
John E. Crosbie-Mary D. Iverson 
Thomas Ynostrosa-Blanche Barrett 
Mark Henry Kinney-Anna H. Brustgruen 
Frank Alfred Gummer-Georgia N. McKee 
Charles Boekin-Rosa B. CliflFord 
William Fitz-James-Amy Jane MouUin 



REV. CHARLES H. MOCKRIDGE, D. D. 



1901 Mar. 14 
Mar. 14 
April 21 
April 27 
April 28 
May 4 
May 12 
May 15 
June 2 
June 4 
June II 
June 18 
June 20 
June 24 
June 26 
July 8 
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Aug. 28 
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Oct. 31 
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Nov. 24 
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Dec. 5 
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Dec. 24 
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Dec. 31 



1901 - 1902 

John C. Rohrer-Bessie Wood 
James E. Wilson-Lida Wittenstein 
Cornelius L. Arfsten-Sophia Ward 
Fred Walter Biven-Susie M. Roeben 
Frederick Wm. Plesse-Albertina Zimmer 
Henry W. McCorry-Bessie Asken Hicks 
Ora Albert Jones-Ruth Wilma Barton 
Edwin Clayton Monroe-Blanche E. Leake 
Charles H. Warford-Pauline E. Ruban 
Edward H. Williams-Kathryn Jarman 
Lloyd Baxendale- (Mrs.) May Birt 
Richard Harry Eubank-Ada M. Smythe 
Albert J. Battee-Bessie McGehee Johnson 
Joe Hagermau-Jane Allen Trader. 
William B. Allen-Winifred Alice Jefireys 
James Dunn-Bertha E. Nelson 
Harry A. Stevens-Annie C. Thomas 
Joseph Patrick Ryan-May E. Barry 
Robert J. Northam-Leotia Keyll Stoney 
Ralph Merrill Beede-Ann Kathryn M. Hardy 
George Loring Porter Stone-Catherine T. Linne 
Fred Loren Moak-Matilda Christina Campiglia 
Herman M. Lausten-Lillian Pearl Parsons 
Paul Eugene Keller-Alice Catherine Zink 
Oscar Edwin Chase-May Louise Nash 
William Hammond Wright-Eltia Warren Leib 
James Forbes-Marcia Reese 
George Dorsey Abbot-Bertha Dell Rucker 
Austin Forney Barnett-Alfreda Jamrasch 
Frank Tillinghast Mix-Janet Scott Hill 
Charles Brainard Coryell-Lulu May Pixley 
Marshall Edward Pixley-Flora Martin 
Louis Oneal-Anna Frederica Hatman 
Preston Hamilton Boomer-Mary Aura Lee Hall 
Douglas Roberts-Minnie A. Burgess 
Joseph L Herspring-Clara Hillman 
Thomas Lawrence Tomlinson-EHa Hart 
W. Frank Hambly-Inez Maude Clifton 
William N. Macredy-Edna M. Harper 
Daniel Geary-Jennie E. Shaub 
Roy Newberry-Isabel Smith 



Marriages 6^ 



1902 Jan. 29 Charles W. Jolley-Maidie E. Fowler 

Charles K. Brown-Christina A. Hagemann 
George Henry Harrington-Kate Wilcox 
William Alexander PfeiflFer-Laura Bertha Bishop 
Ernest Leslie-Re tta Stokoe 
Hendrie Marshall-Mary Louise Sabin 
John James Jackson-Annie Kennedy 
James Smith-Florence Edith Katsch 
John F. Schoer-Janette Blackburn 
James Joseph Welsh-Mabel Geraldine Spragg 
Edward G. Parker-Charlotte Margaret Linne 
John Henry Edwards-Mary Millard Rowell 
George Worthington Rutbers-Gladys G. Dorsey 
Samuel Bollinger-Isabelle Wilson 
Eugene Watkins Clapp-Elizabeth Adelaide Piatt 
Charles Haid-Mand Secorde 
Frank Zimmer-Effie May Storer 
William Garfield Bell-Meda Catherine Peterson 
Edward Brown-Irene Winifred Dorsey 
Earl Hawley Beshnil-Marill Collier 
George Henry Tilton-Julia Carrie Green 
Sidney Ernest D. Penniger-Frances C. Dorsey 
Frank Samuel Sexton-Florence Isabel Secorde 
Gordon Leslie Wheeler-Rnby Celesta Daves 
Leonard Benjamin Crothers-Lizzie Jane Faulkner 
Samuel Tyach-Flora Harriet Reyland 
Robert Tritton-Elizabeth Joyce 
Herman Woodlan Hughes-Elizabeth Hamilton 
Leslie Lloyd Hunter-Emily Gertrude Higgins 
Nov. 15 John Clement Bernay-Elizabeth Keene Abbott 
Nov. 15 John Earushaw Greame-Eva Emily Leuf 
Dec. 10 Elmer G. Stricklett-Mabel Gates 
Dec. II George Washington Collier-Mary E.Cunningham 
Dec. 20 Allen Anthony Petrea-Anetta Taylor Peterson 
Dec. 24 Morris M. Wells-Florence Elizabeth Dennison 



REV. GEORGE IV. FOOTE. 
Rector in Charge, December 1902-April 1903. 

1902 Sept. 19 Clifton Green Reynolds-Coralie L. Montgomery 
Nov. 25 Charles Royce Weston-Maud Isabella Townsend 

1903 Jan. 5 Lawrence Haven-Camille Martin Carroll 
Joseph Frederick Bose-Pauline Augusta Frink 
William Robert Porter-Lucy Marie Powers 
John A. Grant- Alice Parr 

22 James E. Cushman-Abbie M. Cushman 

John William Matthes-Ethel Beaumont Monroe 
William Lionel Hares-Mary Frances Machado 
Frank William Payne-Alice Susaville 
April II William Wilson Witt-Florence Mae Snowball 
April 29 Herbert R. Woodward-Josephine Roma Morril 



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iq 


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Feb. 


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Mar. 


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Mar. 


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April 


7 


April 


12 


May 


9 


June 


4 


June 


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July 


17 


Aug. 


3 


Aug. 


4 


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13 


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20 


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25 


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26 


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I 


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3 


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6 


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10 


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12 


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12 



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19 


Nov. 


25 


Jan. 


5 


Jan. 


7 


Jan. 


14 


Jan. 


24 


Feb. 


22 


Mar. 


7 


Mar. 


19 


Mar. 


21 



Burials 



REV. SYLVESTER S. ETHERIDGE. 



1861 - 1864 

Foster, William 
La Forge, Mrs. Gertrude 
Hedge, William I. 
Schallenberger, Selby 
Harrison, William 
Daniels, Harriet 
Phillips, Samuel 
Gasley, William 
Allen, Isaac A. 
Pearl, James H. 
Coddington, Maria E. 
White, Rebecca A. 
White, Charles B. 
Hensley, Francis Ivivingston 
Dana, Laura Amelia 
Lowe, Mrs. Mary A. 
Perhaska, Mrs. C. R. 
Stasfort, Henry 
Hartman, Adelaide 
Hardy, Mark 
Van Pelt, Mrs. Eliza H. 
Leith, William 
Rush, Pel eg E. 
Cannor, George Anthony 
Lewis, Mrs. Sarah E. 
Davis, William R. 
Wyrick, Ethelred 
Morris, Mrs. Hannah 
CanfieldM, iss Maggie 
Alden, Hiram R. 
Rush, Peleg 
Tennant, Maggie 
Searle, Catherine L. 
Morin, Richard 
Grant, Y. L- 
1864 Feb. 20 Etheridge, Rev. Sylvester Smith, (Rector of the 
Parish) 



i860 Dec. 




1861 Jan. 


20 


Feb. 


17 


March 


Mar. 


25 


June 


22 


Aug. 


5 


Sept. 


27 


Oct. 


13 


Dec. 


14 


1862 Jan. 


I 


Jan. 


22 


April 


22 


June 


13 


Aug. 


23 


Oct. 


3 


Oct. 


18 


Nov. 


25 


Dec. 


6 


Dec. 


16 


Dec. 


17 


1863 Jan. 


6 


Feb. 


8 


Feb. 


II 


Feb. 


15 


Feb. 


17 


Feb. 


20 


Mar. 


7 


Mar. 


17 


May 


16 


June 


27 


Sept. 


10 


Sept. 


13 


Nov. 


5 


Dec. 


31 



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REV. T. A. HYLAND 

1864 

1864 Mar. 3 Bacon, Francis W. 

Mar. 17 Hyland, Edward Arthur 

April 27 Simons, Fred 

May 28 Chapin, May 

May 30 Littlefield, John Monroe 

REV. D INSHORE D. CHAPIN. 
1864-1866 
July 20 Britton, William Henry 





Aug. 


20 


Hazlett, Mrs. 




Nov. 


9 


McCnaiget, James 




Dec. 


19 


Weller, Ellen Elizabeth 


1865 


Mar. 


25 


Tennant, Nicholas John 




Mar. 


30 


Kenyon, Frank Clayton 




April 


19 


Tennant, Mary Ann 




May 


7 


Tennant, Walter 




June 


8 


Wilcox, Ida Celestia 




Nov. 


2 


Brown, Anna Florence 




Nov. 


13 


Hoover, William H. 




Nov. 


30 


Littlefield, Mrs. E. E. 




Dec. 


15 


Rhodes, Maggie 


1866 


Mar. 


4 


L'Mount, Henry 



REV. EDWARD S. PEAKE. 
1866-1870 

1866 June 7 Hitchcock, James 
Aug. 26 Chase, Mrs. Dudley 
Aug. 28 Kaneera, Peter 
Sept. 10 Crane, John M. 

Sept. 27 Peckham 

Oct. 2 Sharp, Lulu 

Nov. 22 Jennings, Charles 

Dec. 19 Kenyon, Robert 

Dec. 29 Massey, Mrs. 

Dec 31 Comstock, Ella 

1867 May 14 Gavitt, Lillian 

Aug. 13 Coddington, Charles Thompson 

Aug. 28 Bell, A. M. 

Nov. 3 Moultrie, Frank B. 

Nov. 10 Meadowcroft Fannie Everett 

1868 Jan. 10 Spencer 

Feb. I Cooper, William 

Feb. 9 Maples, Isabella 

Mar. 16 Britton 

Mar. 21 Moultrie, May 

June 28 Baldwin, Mrs. H. N. 



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1868 July 23 
July 28 
Oct. 8 
Dec. 4 
Dec. 8 

1869 Feb. 4 
Feb. 19 
May 9 
June — 
June 13 
June 15 
July 27 
Mar. — 
Mar. 26 
Mar. 27 
Mar. — 
April 25 
Aug. — 
Nov. — 



1870 



Krumb.Mary 
Pieper, Rudolph 
Williams, Frank 
Hassinger, John 
Crighton, Herbert Brodie 
Thompson, Loui H. 
Mead, Carrie 
Hill, Robert Frederick 
Maitland, Mary GroesbeCk 
Orr, William 
Fmerson, Chas. 
Chipman, John S. 
Hutchinson, Mrs. 

Edwards, 

Williams, Sherwood 

Graves, 

Warhurst, Thomas 

Cooper, 

Soderer, 



REV. GEORGE W. FOOTE. 
1871-1884 



871 May 


9 


Halsey, Evelina 


July 


It 






July 


23 


Moody, Jane Hamill 


Aug. 


8 


Foote, Christine 


Dec. 


8 


Morey, Andrew 


872 April 


2 


Murdock, A. W. W. 


May 


21 


Louis, George 


June 


10 


White, Margaret 


Sept. 


12 


Prisk, Mrs. Jane 


Oct. 


II 


Herecowet, Felix Henry 


[873 Jan. 


14 


Saillot, Louis Emerie? 


Mar. 


27 


Nicholls, Francis P. W. 


April 


16 


Minor, Butler Brayne 


May 


9 


White, Alfred J, 


May 


13 


Daniels, William 


May 


16 


Belford, Maria T. 


May 


19 


James, Nettie C. 


May 


30 


Thompson, Mrs. Sarah B. 


June 


6 


Crichton, Mrs. 


"une 


8 


Eaton, Lulu 


July 


2 


Rayner, Edward 


July 


2 


Joseph, Mary Wright 


July 


15 


Eaton, Cary P. 


July 


24 


Blackburn, Martha 


Aug. 


2 


Girot, Mrs. Celine 


Aug. 


10 


Smith, Josephine H. 


Oct. 


5 


Haydon, Stephen C. 


Oct. 


26 


Floyd, Pauline 



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1873 Nov. 14 Colwell, Charles T. 
Dec. 8 Lewis, Isabel E. 

Dec. 30 Bennett, Mrs. Isabel Margaret 

1874 Jan. 16 Kennedy, Mrs, 
Jan. 21 Lowe, James R., Sr. 
Mar. f5 Lendrum, Jane 
April 5 Morton, Edward 
April 17 Henley, Mrs. Kate 
April 21 Richardson, Mrs. 

April 26 Meadowcroft, Mary Jane 

May 21 Reed, Mr. 

June 16 Lewis, 



July II Payne, Louis Starr 

Aug. 16 Beebe, Mrs. 

Aug. 28 Titus, 

Sept. 27 Nixon, Ansy 

Oct. 4 Foote, Mrs. Emily A. 

Oct. 22 FauU, James 

Nov. 3 Nixon, Henry Heathcote 

Nov. 16 Nixon, William John 

Thorne, Mrs. 

Dec. 5 Nixon, James 

Dec. 22 Pearson, George Frederick 

Dec. 28 Braman. Mrs. Wm. L. 

1875 Jan. 19 Baker, Mary 

Jan. 20 Gardiner, Samuel Winsor 

Jan. 24 Colgrove, Frederick 

Feb. 21 Edwards, Mrs. 

April 24 Ellsworth, Marietta P. 

June 2 Hortou, Harriet E. 

June 25 Allen, Ethlyn Phelps 

June 26 Parks, Hanford 

July I Larsen, Jan 

Sept. 5 Capey, Mrs. Annie B. 

Sept. 5 Faull, Thomas 

Oct. 4 Ogier, Samuel Reid 

Oct. 6 Glaze, Mrs. Altie 

Oct. II Berry, George R. 

Oct. 15 Cramer, Cornelius 

Oct. 24 Faull, Minnie 

Dec. 23 Yates, Mrs. 

Dec. 28 Taggart, Oscar M. 

Dec. 28 Allen, William 

1876 Feb. 26 Wallace, Dora 
March 9 Henry, AbramJ. 
Mar. 14 Tuttle, Kitty Clover 
Mar. 30 Anderson, Mabel 
April — Reed, Eliza 

May 3 Barker, Harry 

May 20 Beardsley, Isaac 

May 28 Randol, Albert Richards 

June 6 Dahlgreen, Empia 



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1876 June 19 Upton, Carl 
June 19 Best, Richard 
July 2 Swenson, Amanda 
July 10 Curtis, Charles W. 
July 10 Maddox, Maud 
July II St. John, A. C. 
July 17 Langtry, Harriet M. 
July 22 Langtry, Ella 

Aug. 3 Williams, Geo. William 

Edwards, Mr. 

Sept. 6 Hoppin, Frederick Chas. 

.Sept. II Edmondson, Mrs. Melinda 

Sept. 30 Barker, Alfred 

Oct. 2 Haskell, Walter 

Oct. 9 Broughton, William 

Oct. 18 Littlefield, John M. 

Oct. 25 Stocker, George 

Oct. 25 Harris, William G. 

Nov. 8 Denny, J. J. 

Nov. 19 Laurilliard, Osborne 

Nov. 21 Bromely, Mrs. 

Dec. 15 Pohley, Joseph 

Dec. 16 Lewis, Sanford C. 

1877 Feb. 8 Cory, Mrs. Augusta 
Feb. 22 Haycock, Mrs. Janet 
Mar. 6 Floyd, James 

Mar. 13 Swenson, Charles Alfred 

Mar. 13 Dixon (Mr.) 

April 3 Gibson, (Dr.) 

April 12 Stover, Adele 

April 21 Roberts, Mary Ella 

May 5 Soderer, Catherine M. 

May 17 Cutler, Henry M. 

June 14 Allebach, Olive K. 

July 2 Ortley, Dorothy 

July 16 Brown, James Thomas 

July 16 Pyle, Edward A. 

July — Brignoli, Joseph 

July 31 Edwards, Mrs. W. A. Z. 

Aug. 3 Griffin. Minnie 

Aug. 10 Hamalund, Emma 

Aug. 12 Troedson, Eleanor 

Aug. 20 Troedson, Carl Edwin 

Aug. 20 Howell, Louisa 

Aug. 23 Anderson, Peter 

Oct. 22 Hills, Matilda 

Oct. 24 Baxter, J.J. 

Oct. 29 Menefee, J.J. 

Nov. 4 Magee, Catherine 

Nov. 13 Watson, Mrs. Lizzie 

Nov. 18 Granger, Betsy Ann 

Dec. 3 Jackson, Mrs. Lizzie 

Dec. 9 Syer, Martha Virginia 



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1877 Dec. 


II 


Shayer, Henry I. 


Dec. 


II 


Walker, Lizzie 


Dec. 


16 


Payne, Harry 


Dec. 


24 


Thompson, Austin M. 


Dec. 


29 


Baker, Charles F. 


1878 Jan. 


9 


Wheatland, Arthur G. 


Jan. 


10 


Capt, Mrs. Caroline 


Jan. 


28 


Fenster, John 


Jan. 


29 


Swanson, John Edward 


Feb. 


5 


Luckey, Alfred G. 


Feb. 


16 


Warhurst, Mrs. Ann B. 


Feb. 


25 


Nelson, Charles Ernest 


Mar. 


10 


Clemence, William 


Mar. 


20 


Houghton, Herbert S. 


Mar. 


24 


Springett, Hiram 


Mar. 


29 


Nelson, Mrs. Emeline 


Mar. 


30 


Floyd, William 


Mar. 


31 


Holman, Geo. 


April 


. 28 


Hart, Fanny 


May 


23 


Bloomfield, Alice 


June 


9 


Thiesen, Clara 


June 


10 


Young, Thomas John 


June 


12 


Harris, William Grant 



June 17 Massey, Francis 

July 10 Treugove, Thomas 

July 20 Lamb, William A. 

July 21 Michelot, Etienne 

July 2X Nelson, Carl Albert 

July 22 Patterson, LiHie A. 

Aug. 25 Jones, George A. 

Sept. 2 DethlofF, George J. 

Sept. 19 Bodley, Thomas 



Oct. 


2 


Henry, Wm. Erie 


Oct. 


6 


Olver, Thomas 


Oct. 


29 


Rice, Harry Newton 


Dec. 


II 


Swenson, Albert 


Dec. 


16 


Lelievere, Mrs. Marie 


Dec 


19 


Martin, Elizabeth J. 
Louis, Mrs. M. 


Jan. 


II 


Hall, Emma 


Jan. 


19 


Guion, Rev. Elijah J. 
Adams, J. H. 
Finley, Cornelius J. 


Feb. 


2 


Appleby, Thomas 


Feb. 


4 


Rogers, Mrs. Louisa 


Feb. 


6 


Tice, Edward 


Mar. 


9 


Loewenstein, Emil 


Mar. 


13 


Cairns, James 


Mar. 


14 


Phair, Rebecca 


Mar. 


21 


Wade, Charlotte 


April 


— 


Katsing, Louis 


April 27 


Lendrum, Elizabeth 


May 


10 


Rhodes, John Morris 



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1879 May 13 Lillie, John 
May 16 Hardy, Ella F. 
July 26 Adams, Eliza 
July 29 Underwood, Frank 
Nov. 3 Lowe, Waldo H. 
Nov. 6 McGee, Elizabeth 
Nov. II McGee, Alexander 
Nov. 13 Smith, Mrs. Mary E. 
Nov. 20 Clements, William 
Nov. 22 Palmer, Mrs. Caroline 
Dec. 19 Klein, Mrs. Elodie 
Dec. 28 Kerns, Arminimis 

1880 Jan. 27 Senter, Mrs. Rebecca M. 
Feb. 5 Lewis, Mrs. Pauline 
Feb. 13 Wyss, Jean 

Mar. I Wilde, Josephine 

April 3 Heacock, John H. 

April 13 Adams, Ebenezer 

April 20 Cornthwait, Annabel 

April 24 Davis, Thomas 

April 26 Piesnecker, Henry 

May 2 Ingersoll, Thomas J. 

May 9 Ogier, Andrew M. 

May 13 Wells, Mrs. Nelly 

May 26 Gallagher, Patrick 

June II Gardner, Sarah 

Aug. 20 Polhemus, John 

Aug. 29 Mayo, James Evans 

Sept. 29 Darby, Mrs. Helen S. 

Oct. II Budden, Mrs. Susannah 

Oct. 31 Dow, Mrs. Louisa S. 

Nov. 3 Hanmer, Mrs. Harriet W. 

Nov. 6 Ogier, Florence E. 

Nov. 8 Fepender, Frederick 

Nov. 16 Clark, William H. 

Nov. 26 Rock, George A. 

Dec. 2 Holmes, Joseph 

Dec. 7 Hack, Mrs. Virginia 

1881 Jan. 20 Shillingford, A. N. 
Mar. 10 Jarman, Thomas 
Sept. 15 Eastin, Mrs. Sarah C. 
Sept. 20 Scott, Mrs. Joanna Hart 
Sept. 22 Leyons, Louis 

Sept. 23 Campbell, Margaret 

Sept. 27 Manrose, Gustave 

Dec 28 Young, William 

1882 Jan. 25 David, Mrs. Melanie 
Mar. I Crandal, O. L. 
Mar. 23 Johnson, Charles 
May 7 Bernamayon, Henri 
May 16 Wolbebber, Ivouis 
May 28 Belford, Judith T. 
Aug. 8 Jones, Phoebe A. 
Aug, 14 White, Mrs. Ida 



Burials 71 



1882 Aug. 19 Johnson, Charles 
Aug. 19 Johnson, Ida Catherine 
Sept. 6 Tennant, Fredericka 
Sept. 21 Laurilliard, Alice 
Oct. 3 Cleal, Herbert 

Oct. 8 Browne, Mrs. J. P. 

Oct. 10 Cullen, Jeffrey 

Oct. II Tilden, Frank 

Oct. 15 Chapman, Elizabeth G. 

Nov. 9 Wear, William 

Dec. 20 Caldwell, Horace 

1883 Jan. 16 Hoyt, Moses 

Jan. 26 Patterson, Mrs. Kate 
Jan. 31 Manning, Mary 
Feb. I Macleod, Jessie 
Feb. 2 Case, Albert A. 
Feb. 16 Coffe, Mrs. Madeline 
Mar. 29 Codington, Mrs. A. T. 
April 2 Manetta, Paul 
April 5 Sharratt, Katie 
April 10 Chapman, Rev. R. M. 
May 8 Hall, Louisa 
May 30 Carlsen, Mary W. 
July 21 Morrison, Charles 
Aug. 19 Carlson (Mr.) 
Aug. 29 Bode, Frederick 
Sept. 10 Wild, Maggie H. 
Sept. 22 Edwards, Theo. 
Nov. 14 Green, George B. 
Nov. 19 Hellbory, Gustave 
Nov. 21 Jarman Mabel 
Dec. 8 Jones, Marina 
Dec. 23 Warhurst, Grace 
Dec. 27 Smith, Dana 
1884 Jan. II Finch, Persis F. 

Jan. 28 Hanchett, Mrs. E. S. 
Feb. 6 Arthur, Mrs. A. M. 
Feb. 26 King, Louisa Etta 
May I Doble, Philip 

Campbell, Sarah 

June 5 Faulkner, (Mrs.) 
June 9 Warhurst, Minnie F. 
June 14 Cottrell, Charles 
June 26 Knickerbocker, Robbie 
June 28 Howe, Elizabeth 
July 6 Wilson, Elizabeth A, 
July 26 Comins, Mrs. Margaret 
Aug. 17 Stevens, John 
Aug. 22 Partridge, Ellen M. 
Sept. 9 Titus, Mrs. Harriet 
Sept. 10 Rosenblad, Henry 
Oct, 22 Burgat, Charles 
Oct. 28 Chamberlain, Henrietta 
Nov. 5 Rowan, James 



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REV. JOHN B. WAKEFIELD, D. D. 
1884- 1899 

1884 Nov. 14 Gravenor, William 
Nov. 14 Jarvis, Mrs. G. M. 
Dec. 9 Murgotten, Mabel 

1885 Jan. 14 Tennant, Richard 
Feb. 14 Byrns, Margaret 
Feb. 26 Thomas, Charles 
Mar. II Amidon, William H. 
Mar. 17 Coupe, Maria Louise 
April 2 Buckley, John 
April 8 Jarman, A. 

May 16 Hampton, Henry 

May 16 Ogier,J. H. 

May 16 Van Pelt, Daniel 

May 18 Crandall, Mattie 

June 2 Everett, Erie 

June 15 Hawkins, George W. 

Aug. I Holsburg, George 

Aug. 13 Haydon, Lottie 

Sept. 26 Ward, Melville B. 

Oct. 17 Harrison , Richard 

Oct. 17 Monroe, Annie 

Oct. 24 Wright, Joseph J. 

Dec. Dell, Mrs. John 

1886 Jan. 14 Delmaestro, 

Jan. 25 Faull, Jane 

Jan 26 Agnew, Mrs. Susan 

Jan. 27 Fanning, Mrs. Mary Jane 

Mar. 9 Webb, Mrs. Emeline 

Mar. 23 Schneider, Herbert 

Mar. 30 Crichton, Sidney 

April 25 Willey, Mrs. Sarah 

April 25 Miller, James 

April 19 Brown, Nina Elizabeth 

April 28 Rose, Mrs. A. W. 

April 28 Pierce, Mrs. 

April — Latimer, B. G. 

May 12 Weber, Augusta Louise 

May 13 Howe, William 

July 17 Broadbent, Mary Ann 

July 21 Hawley, P. RadclifiF 

Gravenor, Mrs. Wm. 

Brown, Emily S. 

Nov. 7 Leggatt, Owen 

Marchand, Mrs. Aimee 

Nov. 25 Steingruber, Mrs. Hannah W. 

Nov. 26 SchaflF, Frederick William 

Dec. 4 Monroe, Maggie 



Burials 73 



Feb. 


II 


Crawford, George Allen 


Feb. 


21 


Smith, William 


Feb. 


27 


Kilgore, Mrs. 


Mar. 


20 


Singer, John 


May 


6 


Hornsby, Arthur 


May 


— 


Wetzler, Mrs. Louisa 


July 


31 


Williams, Effie Gladys 


Aug. 


15 


Stillman, Myra 
Johnson, John 


Sept. 


10 


Seymour, Clara 


Sept. 


19 


Blake, Mabel Amanda 


Oct. 


16 


Richmond, Sidney Earle 


Oct. 


30 


Lewis, Jackson 


Oct. 


31 


Greenwald, Eliza 


Oct. 


31 


Walker, Robert G. 


Nov. 


23 


Lowe, E. Forsyth 


Nov. 


28 


Green, Bessie Geraldine 


Nov. 


30 


Babcock, Guy Albert 


Dec. 


8 


Morphy, William Frank 


Dec. 


12 


Moore, Mary 


Dec. 


22 


Casara, Mrs. Felicita 


Jan. 


4 


De la Roza, Tito L. 


Jan. 


17 


Reardon, 


Jan. 


21 


Polhemus, Rebecca 


Feb. 


6 


Wilson, Mrs. Nancy 


Mar. 


18 


Crichton, Frederick 


April 


2 


Chapin, Rachel N. 


April 




Howes, Samuel P. 


June 


19 


Martinelli, Buena Ventura 


June 


24 


Young, Samuel 


July 


4 


Wales, Edward A. 


July 


5 


Poulain, C. Honore 


July 


8 


Greenawalt, David 


July 


20 


Poppelwell, George B. 


July 


21 


Groutsch, George 


July 


30 


MaflFre, Mary 


July 


30 


Linguist, Mary A. 


Aug. 


2 


Edwards, Mamie 


Sept. 


II 


Mills, Luther R. 


Sept. 


II 


McGowan, Annie 


Oct. 


3 


Malone, Elda A. 


Oct. 


13 


Stevens, Sylvania 


Oct. 


31 


Raynor, Edwin 


Nov. 


18 


Pieper, John Henry 


Nov. 


19 


Brown, Ellen F. 


Dec. 


4 


Waidhass, May Estelle 


Dec. 


9 


Bacon, Dixie 


Jan. 


12 


Klotz, Christian M. 


Jan. 


25 


McClelland, Henrietta 


Apri] 


^ 4 


Madigan, Mrs. M. L. 


May 


9 


Morgans, EllaMina 


May 


13 


Coddington, A. T. 


May 


18 


Easley, Isaac B. 



74 Trinity Church 



1889 Aug. 21 Harris, George 
Sept. 19 Dresser, Lillie Belle 
Sept. 19 Morgan, James H. 
Oct. 19 Mulvenna, J. Sherwood 
Nov. 2 Richards, Jenkin W. 
Nov, — Maynard, Gertrude 
Nov. — Simpson, Sophia O. F. 
Dec. 8 Wadington, John 
Dec. 8 Knight, George S. 
Dec. 14 Woodsum, A. Clinton 

1890 Jan. 4 Jacox, Lillian L,. 

Jan. 18 Mulvenna, James Joseph 

Jan. 26 Bonetti, G. 

Jan. 26 Moultrie, Joseph A. 

Jan. 27 Roots, Thomas R. 

Jan 29 Brovpn, Thomas M. 

Feb. I Hassinger, Eunice 

Feb. 2 Fletcher, Nellie E. 

Feb. 10 Hart, James 

Feb. 14 Scheller, 

Feb. 19 Milasich, Antonio 

Feb. 20 Pembroke, 

Mar. 5 Haley, William D'Arcy 

Mar. Heimbaugh, 

Mar. Bessi, Rosa 

May 3 Wakefield, Isabella 

June 30 Flagg, Edwina C. 

July 13 Crawford, Joseph A. 

July 24 Cameron, Hugh 

Aug. 5 Haldan, Amelia 

Aug. 29 Brown, Elizabeth 

Aug. 31 Burgess, Tristam 

Sept. I Clark, 

Sept. 6 Russell, George William 

Sept. 20 Russell, 

Sept. 23 Leviness, W. C. 

Sept. 25 Parke, 

Oct. I Bolton, John M. 

Oct. 8 Paulain, A. C. 

Oct. 17 Russell. John D. 

Oct. 21 Butts, Mrs. Lulu 

Oct. 26 Blabon, Mr. 

Nov. 20 Madigau, Eugenia M. 

Nov. 21 Mulvaney, Cora F. 

Dec. 13 Ruger, Margaret Giles S. 

Dec 30 Ricketts, Wm. Ryder 

1891 Jan. 3 Rutherford, George W. 
Jan. 16 Bee, Barlow B. 

Feb. 2 Costa, Joseph 

Feb. 5 Lawton, Susan A. 

Feb. 9 Tennant, Richard 

Feb. — Giacomo, Ceho 



Burials 7^ 



1891 Feb. Behrendt, Albert A. 

April 15 Jung, Jane Mather 

June 12 Dunn, Mary Ann 

July 8 Eastin, Howard H. 

July 26 Ferguson, James C. 

July 27 Tomkin, Alfred Royce 

Aug. 30 Mowray, Nelson H. 

Sept. 16 Holman, James 

Sept. 18 Lorimer, Henry J. 

Oct. 4 Stewart, Grace 

Oct. 9 Lippett, Stephen 

Oct. 20 Horr, Josephine E. 

Oct. 25 Spagnole, Valentine 

Oct. 30 White, Catherine A. 

Oct. 31 Snook, Angeline 

Nov. 8 Pray, Elizabeth 

Nov. 17 Ingleson, James O. 

Nov. 17 Mirandette, Joseph 

Dec. 10 Thomas, Mrs. Jane 

Dec. 19 McComb, Mrs. Sarah J. 

Dec. 26 McComb, Kittie 

Dec. 30 Lendrum, George 

Dec. 31 Lion, Gardner M. 

[892 Jan. Spencer, Mrs. Eleanor 

Jan. 6 Bonetti, Clement 

Jan. 21 Schartzer, Mamie 

Jan. 26 Yates, Robert P. 

Feb. 24 Andrews, W. W. 

Mar. 5 Brown, Mrs. Mary 

Mar. 8 Etchelle, Wm. 

Mar. 15 Clow, John S. 

Mar. 15 Haldan, Frances Rich 

Mar. — Hindle, William 

April II Bemis, Robert P. 

April 24 Whitten, Daniel M. 

May 3 Van Reed, Mrs. Julian H. 

May 6 Wren, John 

May II Mace, June 

May 14 McCracken, Mrs. Emma 

May 17 Covell, Lizzie E. 

May 25 Lords, Walden S. 

June 2 Poulain, Honorine 

June 22 Klotz, John 

June 29 Kelly, Thomas Dick 

July I Lewis, William 

July 3 Brownton, Anna V. 

July 28 Wallace, Lesley Grace 

Aug. I Schneider, Frank Bonfield 

Aug. 20 Covell, Sadie 

Sept. 13 Zimmer, Albert 

Sept. 21 Jeflfrey, Susan 

Sept. 22 Lombard, Andrew 



7^ Trinity Church 



1892 Sept. 25 Foster, Frank 
Gouely, James 
Miller, Charles F. 
Elmer, Charles 
Weller, Mrs. Kate Castle 
Owens, Wm. F. 
Carlson, Carl E. 
Cochran, J. H. 
Lamont, Mrs. J. C. G. 

1893 Jan. I Knickerbocker, Mrs. Eliza 
Phair, Henry 
Ogier, Robert J. 
Ryder, Georgia 
Williams, Mrs. Eliza 
Clark, John 
Davies, Thomas E. 
Conrad, Mrs. Emilie 
Daniels, Mrs Lillace 
Chatham, Mrs Sarah 
Smith, Ida 
Street, Ralph D. 
Snook, William R. 
Lavalle, Francis E. 
Colehower, Eugene J. 
Morris Herbert 
Howells, Mrs. Agnes W. 
Yoell, George M. 
Darby, Mrs. Rebecca 
Orkney, Mrs. Laura L. 
Burrell, Cuthbert 
Harkness, Bessie Genevieve 
Whitson, Mrs. Apphia W. 
Beatty, Irving B. 
Lendrum, Andrew 
Purcell, John 
Asselin, Mrs. Susan 
Hart, Mrs Ann Sanger 
Neal. William B. 
Darrow, Leonce Merle 

1894 Jan. I Conniff, James C. 
Snook, Robert 
Pratt, Mary Emma 
Gerard, Mrs. 
Taft, Mrs. Annie G. 
Cooke, Mrs. Mary Wilson 
Laurilliard, Albert 
Colton, A, D. 
Glaze, Ivcroy Norton 
Payne, Mrs Rosa D. 

Pratt, 

Spencer, Alexander H. 

Deane, 

May, Alpha Child 
Tevis, Miriam Carter 



Sept, 


. 25 


Oct. 


14 


Oct. 


26 


Nov. 


I 


Nov. 


4 


Nov. 


15 


Nov. 


22 


Nov. 


16 


Dec. 


30 


Jan. 


I 


_ an. 


2 


an. 


14 


Jan. 


18 


Jan. 


31 


Feb. 


21 


Feb. 


28 


Mar. 


16 


Mar. 


18 


Mar. 


20 


Mar. 


30 


April 


2 


April 


3 


April 


I 5 


June 


2 


June 


26 


July 


I 


July 


29 


Aug. 


I 


Aug. 


3 


Aug. 


10 


Aug. 


27 


Sept. 


9 


Oct. 


22 


Nov. 


15 


Nov. 


19 


Nov. 


17 


Dec. 


12 


Dec. 


15 


Dec. 


28 


Jan. 


I 


Jan. 


5 


Jan. 


10 


Jan. 


II 


Jan. 


30 


Feb. 


16 


Feb. 


— 


Mar. 


10 


Mar. 


13 


Mar. 


22 


April 


18 


April 


30 


May 


25 


May 


26 



Burials 77 



1894 May 29 


Eldred, Elisha 


May 29 


Luther, Franz 


June 21 


Wood, David 


June 27 


Mulvenna, John 


Aug. 5 


Richards, Norman 


Sept. 20 


Holman, S. A. 


Sept. 27 


Christian, George Lewis Jack 


Oct. 24 


DuBrutz, Kittie Beck L. 


Nov. I 


Dennie, Mrs. Elizabeth 


Nov. 16 


Chenicourt, Philip 


Nov. — 


Garrett, 


Dec. 21 


Mcllvaine, Mrs. Nancy 


Dec. 22 


Jackson, Mrs. Lillian A. 


Dec. 23 


Fullagar, Albert 


Dec. 26 


McPherson, Miner Angus 


Dec. 30 


Reed, George 


1895 Jan. 13 


Payne, Dolph S. 


Jan. 17 


Hart, Wilkin 


Jan. 23 


Manner, George H. 


Feb. ID 


Colahan, John T., Jr. 


Feb. 13 


Crawford, Adella Narcissa 


Feb 23 


Harrison, Mrs. Anne 


Feb. 25 


Oest, Frederick 


Mar. 10 


Johnson, Mrs. 


Mar. 17 


Harmon, Mrs. Lucinda 


Mar. 28 


Wilson, Mrs. Eliza S. 


Mar. 30 


Harmon. George B. 


April 13 


Orkney, James T. 


April 22 


Hines, Oscar Otis 


April 23 


Fisher, Mrs. Kate 


April 30 


Mann, Louis E. 


April — 


Peaslee, Arthur Shattuck 


May 25 


Vancviry, Pearl 


June 10 


Hanson^ Martin L. 


Aug. 8 


Black, Bessie Averv 


Aug. 26 


Madox, Mildred Cabell 


Oct. 13 


Brower, George 


Nov. 12 


Cranz, Mrs. Margaretta 


Dec. I 


Parkman, 


Dec. 8 


Tuero, Joseph 


1896 Jan. 8 


Bell, James 


Jan. 8 


Snitzler, E. 


Feb. 25 


Moultrie, Mrs. Elizabeth W. 


Mar. 8 


McComb, John 


Mar. 9 


Hinmann, Mrs. Julia 


Mar. 20 


Pidsley, Rev. Edward 


April 5 


Maloney, Mrs. Katie 


April 20 


Leitch, Isaac Henry 


May 19 


Bradley, 


June II 


Maynard, Edmund G. 
Ladd, Mrs. Morris 


June 23 


July 8 


Abel, George F. 


July II 


Lampanois, Jeannette 



78 



Trinity Chiurcii 



1896 July 


25 


Vale, William 


Aug. 


27 


Vatuone, J. 


Aug. 


2U 


Minor, Peter 0. 


Aug. 


29 


Baker, Mrs. Emily 


Sept. 


26 


Kenyon, Mark L. 


Oct. 


— 


Laurilliard, Mrs. A. 


Oct. 


8 


Keherr, James 


Nov. 


19 


Brewer, Andrew George 


Dec. 


24 


Clayton, James 


1897 Jan. 


30 


Bolza, Mrs. Newman 






Stevenson, M. M. 


Feb. 


28 


Gasmann, Charles E. 


May 


17 


Knowles, Mary C. 


May 


20 


Dunlop, Robert Bruce 


May 


27 


Harris, 


June 


13 


Sundquest, Mary 


June 


22 


Gallagher, Andrew T. 


June 


22 


Gallagher, Andrew, Jr. 


June 


24 


Sampson, James Isaac 


June 


26 


Flickenger, J. 


July 


3 


Harrison, Herbert S. 


Aug. 


20 


Pease, F. N. 


Sept. 


— 


Baker, Elton 


Dec. 


28 


Hofstra, Sake A. 


Dec. 


29 


May, Emily Willard 


1898 Feb. 


2 


Duff, Evelina Constance 


Feb. 


2 


Snook, Edgar H. 


Feb. 


17 


Denny, Charles Warren 


Feb. 


20 


Ross, Milan A. 


Mar. 


6 


Machefert, 


Mar. 


7 


Philip, Henry 


Mar. 


9 


Baker, A. F. 


Mar. 


II 


Bemis, Julia B. 


Mar. 


— 


Wright, William J. 


Mar. 


28 


Devine. 


April 


I 


Newton, (Mrs.) J. B. 


April 


22 


McCulloch, (Mrs.) 


April 


26 


Spencer, Francis E. 


May 


3 


McDowell, Mary 


May 


7 


Musgrove, Constantia 


May 


22 


Juth, Elias 


May 


22 


Weber, Marie E. 


June 


— 


Stover, Charles J. 


July 


12 


Tisdale, W. D. 

Swan, Clarissa Canfield 


Oct. 


9 


Henderson, 

Hall, J. Underwood 
Berg, (Mrs.) Julia 


Nov. 


26 


Gifford, Thomas 
Russell, 


1899 Jan. 


5 


Murphy, Mrs. 


Jan. 


7 


Harrison, Thomas 



Burials 



79 



1899 Jan 
Jan 



Jan 
Jan 
Jan 
Jan 

Jan. 21 
Mar. 24 
Mar. 27 
April 10 
April 21 
April 26 
May 13 
May 21 
June 23 
June 25 
Aug. 6 
Sept. 3 
Sept. 17 



Musgrave, Joseph 
Bland, John C. 
Padley, John 
Pidsley, Deborah 
Pratt, Francis Cowell 
Robinson, Graham 
Boyle, Adelina 
Ainsworth, Trevellyn 
Appleton, (Mrs.) Fannie G. 
Pascoe, William J., Jr. 
Dimond (Mrs.), Cornelia S. 
Straub, Bernard J. 
Forrest, (Mrs.) Nellie 
Senter, William A. 
King, Andrew Lewis 
Hawley, Charlotte 
Thomas, John 
Kittredge, Ashbel S. 
Williams, Edward 



REV. BURR MILLER WE ED EN 



1899 Oct. 20 
Nov. 4 
Nov. 13 
Nov. 15 
Dec. 

1900 Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 14 
Feb. 15 
Feb. 20 
Feb. 27 
Mar, I 
Mar. 6 
Mar. 23 
April 26 
April 26 
May II 
May 28 
June I 
June II 
June 12 
June 22 
June 26 
June 28 



1899 - 1901 

Adel, Wilmer T. 

Woodsum, Van Buren 

Hill, (Mrs.) Lewis C. 

Dixon, (Mrs.) S. B. 

Abbott, Ephraim Adams 

Christopher, (Mrs.) Josephine 

Amidon, Ellen 

Turner, Jarid 

Glover, (Mrs.) Mary A. 

Cooper, Mrs. 

Arques, Ramon 

Hill, Lewis C. 

Johnson, Thomas E. 

Warren, William 

Granger, (Mrs.) Elizabeth 

Wright, Emmaline A. 

Speights, Redding 

Caldwell, Romie W. 

Henderson, (Mrs.) Fannie E. 

Smith, Samuel E. 

Middleton, (Mrs.) Elmira 

Johnson, William R. A. R. 

Burrough, Reuben 

Jenkin, Joseph 

Schallenberger, (Mrs.) Fannie M. 

Main (Mrs.) Carolyn Agnes 

Llewellyn, Edward V. 

Erkson, Lloyd 



8o Trinity Church 



1900 July 24 Smith, (Mrs.) Alice D. 
Fisher, (Mrs.) Daisy B. 
Fellowes, John H. 
Millard, Phoebe Jennette 
Plate (Mrs.), Mary Mizner 
Cutler, Heury M. 
Clinton, Harry 

Dixen, 

Collinge, Mabel Annie 
Campbell (Mrs.) Jane 
Bruce, Governeur Morris 
Sinclaire (Mrs.) Frances 

1901 Jan. 6 Sanford, F. C. 
Trenear, Herbert R. 
Parke, (Mrs.) Rachel W. 
Rooke, Charles Edward 
Tennant, Hazel Clementina 

Feb. 24 Doble, (Mrs.) Jane 

REV. CHARLES H. MOCKRIDGE, D. D. 
19OT - 1902, 



July 


24 


luly 


2.5 


|uly 


26 


.)uly 


28 


Aug. 


5 


Sept. 


17 


Oct. 


i,S 


Oct. 


17 


Oct. 


2,S 


Nov. 


21 


Dec. 


i,S 


Dec. 


,Sr 


Tan. 


6 


Jan. 


9 


Ian. 


i,^ 


Feb. 


2 


Feb. 


4 



1901 Mar. 13 White, Rosanna 

Chapin, Florida L/Ouella 
Hitchcock,, Elizabeth 
Giacomazzi, Pietro A. 
Porter, Elizabeth V. 
Albertoli, Lebastiano 
Malone, Jarrett Jenkins 
Woolley, William 
Rhodes, Charles D. 
Henderson, Judson 
Perkins, Adeline S. 
Lux, Ellen, (Mrs.) 
Tracey, Philip 
Blaney, Clarissa Butler 
Snyder, John 
Knapp, Hermann 
Leland, Jennie G. 
McMillan, Margaret, (Mrs.) 
Baxter, Mary (Mrs.) 
Mulvenna, Kate, (Mrs.) 
Baker, Liliie (Mrs.) 
Whalen, Thomas 
Ogier, Charles Stewart 

1902 Jan 6 Morrison, Walter Start 
Merigot, Martha 
Collins, Ernest Herbert 
Tyner, Richard Gelling 
Scala, Constance 
Feb. 23 Wheeler, Elizabeth Ruth 



Mar. 


i.^ 


Mar. 


17 


Mar. 


28 


Mar. 


29 


April 16 


April 


25 


May 


3 


May 


22 


May 


30 


June 


7 


June 


U 


June 


26 


July 


6 


Aug. 


I 


Aug. 


6 


Aug. 


14 


Aug. 


31 


Sept. 


16 


Sept. 


17 


Nov. 


24 


Nov. 


27 


Dec. 


4 


Dec. 


II 


Tan 


6 


Ian. 


13 


Ian. 


18 


Ian. 


2.S 


Feb. 


17 





Burials 


81 


1902 April 4 


Lemman, Elizabeth 




April 9 


Kelly, James H. 




April i6 


Fisher, Amanda 




April 22 


Bailey, Daniel C. 




May 23 


Taylor, Ellen (Mrs.) 




June I 


Kittredge, Edna Claire 




June 5 


Flagg, Edwin Clarence 




June 6 


Leishman, George M. 




June 10 


Baker, Morgan Dillon 




June 17 


Waidhas, Frank 




June 22 


Hares, Sarah Louisa (Mrs.) 




June 26 


Kennedy, Charles Louis 




J'jiy 5 


Kerr, Catherine (Mrs.) 




/uly 10 


Roberts, Bertier Worsley 




.uly 10 


Hill, Malcolm 




Aug. 7 


Thornton, Richard Baxter 




Aug. 7 


West, John Milton 




Sept. 17 


Weir, Pearley T. 




Sept. 22 


Snook, Albert Norman 




Oct. 3 


Van Smith, Walter 




Oct. 3 


Kessell, Richard H. 




Oct. 8 


Thomas, Mary Ann (Mrs.) 




Oct. 10 


Lewis, Hiram Elisha 




Oct. 19 


Greater, Henry 




Oct. 20 


Webb, Mary Ann (Mrs.) 




Oct. 21 


Brierly, Edward 




Oct. 26 


Werner, Irene (Mrs.) 




Nov. 20 


Mathews, William 




Nov. 24 


Ryns, Edna C. (Mrs.) 




Nov. 25 


Fernandez, Sarah (Mrs.) 




Nov. 25 


Geldard, Jane Ripley (Mrs.) 




Nov. 28 


Bates, Arthur Cary 




Dec. 13 


Fitzsimmons, Susan K, 





REV. GEORGE W. FOOTE. 

Rector in Charge, December 1902-April 1903 

1903 Jan. 7 Williams, Simeon Waldo 

Jan. 7 Weller, Abraham 

Jan. 12 Rodgers, Theresa Delicia Leigh 

Feb. 26 White, Warren A. 

Feb. 26 Woodsum, Maude A. 

Mar. 13 Edson, Charles 

Mar. 22 De Yoe, La Rue 



Vestries 



1 86 1 — Senior Warden, Judge William Daniels; Junior 
Warden, Mark Hardy; Clerk, William McCune; 
Treasurer, Judge William Daniels; Lawrence Archer, 
James R. lyOwe, Stephen Thorn, John N. Appleton, 
Thomas E. Brown, John Tennant, George B. L,ang- 
worthy. 

1862 — Senior Warden, James W. Hammond; Junior 
Warden, John M. Littlefield; Clerk, William Mc- 
Cune; Treasurer, William McCune; James Hart, 
Daniel Hadley, H. Weed, George Langworthy. 

1863 — Senior Warden, James W. Hammond; Junior 
Warden, James R. L,owe; Clerk, James A, Yoell; 
Moses Schallenberger, James Hart, Daniel Hadley, 
George B. Langworthy. 

1864 — Senior Warden, James W. Hammond; Junior 
Warden, B. B. Kingsbury; Clerk, B. B. Kings- 
bury; Treasurer, James Hart; S. J. Hensley, 
George B. Langworthy, R. J. Downs, Peter O. 
Minor. 

1865 — Senior Warden, James W. Hammond; Junior 
Warden, D. S. Payne; Clerk, D. S. Payne; Treasurer, 
James Hart; S. J. Hensley, Thomas Fallon, Peter 
O. Minor, J. Q. A. Ballou. 

1866 — Senior Warden, James W. Hammond; Junior 
Warden, R. Savage; Clerk, D. S. Payne; Treasurer, 
James Hart; Thomas Fallon, Peter O. Minor, J, Q. 
A. Ballou. 

1867 — Senior Warden, James W. Hammond; Junior 
Warden, James Hart; Clerk, D. S. Payne; Treas- 
urer, James Hart; R. Savage, George Lendrum, H. 
Hoffman, Daniel Hadley. 

82 



Vestries 8^ 



1868— Senior Warden, D. S. Payne; Junior Warden, 
George Lendrum; Clerk, D. S. Payne; Treasurer, 
Georg-e Lendrum; Thomas Fallon, R. Savage, H. 
Hoflfman, Daniel Hadley. 

1869 — Senior Warden, James W. Hammond; Junior 
Warden, D. S. Payne; Clerk, D. S. Payne; Treas- 
urer, George lycndrum; Thomas Fallon, James Hart, 
Daniel Hadley, Byron J. Rhodes, 

1870 — Same as 1896. 

1 87 1 — Senior Warden, James W. Hammond; Junior 
Warden, D. S. Payne, Clerk, D. S. Payne; Treas- 
urer, George Lendrum; J, Q. A. Ballon, Thomas 
Fallon, James Hart, Byron J. Rhodes. 

1872 — Senior Warden, James W. Hammond, Junior 
Warden, D. S. Payne; Clerk, D. S. Payne; Treas- 
urer, George Lendrum; James Hart, Byron J. 
Rhodes, D. L. Blanchard, John M. Townsend. 

1873 — Senior Warden, James W. Hammond; Junior 
Warden, D. S. Payne; Clerk, D. S. Payne; Treas- 
urer, George Lendrum; James Hart, Thomas Fal- 
lon, Charles H. Allen, John M. Townsend. 

1874 — Same as 1873. 

1875 — Senior Warden, Charles H. Allen; Junior War- 
den, Judge D. S. Payne; Clerk, Judge D. S. Payne; 
Treasurer, George Lendrum; James Hart, Thomas 
Fallon, H. J. H. Appleton, Charles B. Polhemus. 

1876— Senior Warden, Charles H. Allen; Junior 
Warden, Judge D. S. Payne; Clerk, Judge D. S. 
Payne; Treasurer, George Lendrum; J. H. Burch, 
James W. Hammond, Charles B. Polhemus, Byron 
J. Rhodes. 

1877 — Same as 1876. 

1878 — Senior Warden, Charles H. Allen; Junior War- 
den, Judge D. S. Payne; Clerk, Judge D. S. Payne; 
Treasurer, George Lendrum; Charles B. Polhemus, 
Byron J. Rhodes, Samuel H. Wagener, Arthur 
Laurilliard. 

1879 — Same as 1878. 



84 Trinity Church 



1880 — Senior Warden, Charles H. Allen; Junior War- 
den, Judge D. S. Payne; Clerk, Dr. Edwin S. 
Breyfogle; Treasurer, George Lendrum; Charles B. 
Polhemus, Byron J. Rhodes, Arthur Laurilliard. 

1881 — Senior Warden, Charles H. Allen; Junior War- 
den, Judge D. S. Payne; Clerk, Dr. Edwin S. Brey- 
fogle; Treasurer, George Lendrum; Charles B. Pol- 
hemus, Byron J. Rhodes, Dr. Samuel F. Chapin. 

1882 — Senior Warden, Charles H. Allen; Junior Warden, 
Judge D. S. Payne; Clerk, Charles H. Allen; Treas- 
urer, George Lendrum; Charles B. Polhemus, Sam- 
uel H. Wagener, Byron J. Rhodes, Dr. Samuel F. 
Chapin. 

1883, 1884 — Same as 1882. (Junior Warden, Dr. 
Samuel F. Chapin.) 

1885— Senior Warden, Charles H. Allen; Junior Warden, 
Dr. Samuel F. Chapin; Clerk, Dr. A. S. Cochrane; 
Treasurer, George Lendrum; Judge D. S. Payne, 
Charles B. Polhemus, Byron J. Rhodes. 

r886 — Senior Warden, Charles H. Allen; Junior 
Warden, Judge D. S. Payne; Clerk, Dr. A. S. 
Cochrane; Treasurer, George Lendrum; Charles B. 
Polhemus, Samuel H. Wagener, Edward Williams. 

1887— Same as 1886. 

1888 — Senior Warden, Charles H. Allen; Junior 
Warden, Judge D. S. Payne; Clerk, Dr. A. S. 
Cochrane; Treasurer, Edward S. Guppy; Charles B. 
Polhemus, Samuel H. Wagener, Edward Williams, 
Judge A. S. Kittredge. 

1889— Same as 1888. 

1890 — Senior Warden, Charles H. Allen; Junior 
Warden, Judge D. S. Payne; Clerk, Judge A. S. 
Kittredge; Treasurer, Edward S. Guppy; Charles 
B. Polhemus, Edward H. Guppy, Samuel H. Wage- 
ner, Edward Williams. 



1891, 1892, 1893 — Same as 1890. 



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1894 — Senior Warden, Charles H. Allen; Junior 
Warden, Judge D. S. Payne; Clerk, Judge Ashbel 
S. Kittredge; Treasurer, Edward S. Guppy; Charles 
B. Polhemus, Samuel H. Wagener, Edward Wil- 
liams, Dr. J. L,. Asay. 

1895 — Senior Warden, Charles H. Allen; Junior 
Warden, Judge A. S. Kittredge; Clerk, Dr. J. L. 
Asay; Treasurer, Edward S. Guppy; Charles B. 
Polhemus, Samuel H. Wagener, Edward Williams, 
Edward G. Maynard. 

1896 — Senior Warden, Charles H. Allen; Junior War- 
den, Judge A. S. Kittredge; Clerk, Dr. J. L. Asay; 
Treasurer, Edward S. Guppy; Charles B. Polhemus, 
Samuel H. Wagener, Edward Williams, Dr. M. A. 
Southworth. 

1897 — Same as 1896. 

1898 — Senior Warden, Charles H. Allen; Junior War- 
den, Samuel H. Wagener; Clerk, Harry E- War- 
ren; Treasurer, Edward S. Guppy; Judge A. S. 
Kittredge, Edward Williams, Albert S. Bacon, 
A. C. Darby. 

1899 — Senior Warden, Charles H. Allen; Junior War- 
den, Samuel H. Wagener; Clerk, Alfred C. Darby; 
Treasurer, Edward S. Guppy; Edward Williams, 
Dr. M. A. Southworth, Albert S. Bacon, N. B. 
Squires. 

1900 — Senior Warden, Charles H. Allen; Junior War- 
den, Samuel H. Wagener; Clerk, Alfred C. Darby; 
Treasurer, Edward S. Guppy; Dr. M. A. South- 
worth; Albert S. Bacon, Owen D. Richardson, R. 
Wills-Sanford, Chas. A. Smith. 

1901 — Senior Warden, Chas. H. Allen; Junior Warden, 
Samuel H. Wagener: Clerk, Alfred C. Darby; Treas- 
urer, Edward S. Guppy; Albert S. Bacon, Owen D. 
Richardson, R. Wills-Sanford, Charles A. Smith. 

1902 — Senior Warden, Albert S. Bacon; Junior War- 
den, R. Wills-Sanford; Clerk, Owen D. Richardson; 
Treasurer, Edward S. Guppy; Charles A. Smith, 
George Rodgers, Dr. James R. Curnow. 

1903 — Same as 1902. 



Vested Choirs 

1903 



Clarence T. Urmy, 

Organist and Choirmaster. 

Austin Sperry, 
Crucifer. 



REGULAR CHOIR 



Bors 
Shelden Allen 
Page Austin 
Ellis Bennison 
Frank Cahill 
James Leaman 
Bruce McGill 

MEN 
Eben H. Bennison 
William J. Hayward 
Chester Herold 
Arch Perrin 



Hubert Putnam 
Crayton Putnam 
Donald Richards 
Melville Smith 
Frederick Sperry 
Ernest Thurber 

J. Herbert Smith 
Austin W. Sperry 
Carl Swenson 
Charles Trowbridge 



Maxwell Vestal 



AUXILIARY CHOIR 



Della Beach 
Belle Edwards 
Mabel F. Guppy 
Pearl Livingston 
Jessie Paulsell 
Fleda Perrin 
Edna Rinn 



Mary H. Smith (Mrs.) 
Jeanette Stiles 
Eva Thrift 
Harriet Thrift 
June Thrift 
Gertrude Tracb 
Ida Von Henn 



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Parochial Organizations 



TRINITY SUNDAY SCHOOI. 

Faces of interest in connection with the Sunday School 
of Trinity Parish have been related in the "Parish His- 
tory." At the time of the re-organization of the Guild 
in 1899, the Sunday School came under the direction of 
one of the chapters of the Guild. During the year 1903, 
the Sunday School Chapter established a fund for enlarg- 
ing and improving the Sunday School rooms. The sum 
required for this purpose is fast being realized. 

Mr. Julius B. Anderson has been Superintendent of 
the Sunday School since 1885. 

TRINITY PARISH GUILD 

Trinity Parish Guild was organized by the women of 
the parish in September, 1899. Before this time, the 
work that is now carried on by this Guild was divided 
among a number of smaller organizations. These organ- 
izations combined under one general head and resolved 
themselves into Chapters of Trinity Parish Guild. 

The Chapters are eight in number and are designated 
as follows: Chancel Chapter, Choir Chapter, Sunday 
School Chapter, Visiting Chapter, Charity Chapter, 
Entertainment Chapter, Decoration Chapter and Church 
Chapter. A chairman for each Chapter is elected at the 
Annual Meeting of the Guild. The general duties of 
each Chapter can be readily discerned from the name of 
the Chapter. 

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All members of Trinity Church, and all persons inter- 
ested in the work and well being of the Parish, are 
eligible to membership. Persons may become members 
by signing the constitution and by-laws, and by paying 
a fee of twenty-five cents. The dues are ten cents per 
month. Kvery member must be an active member of at 
least one of the Chapters. 

Monthly meetings are held on the first Thursday of 
each month, at two o'clock in the afternoon, in the Parish 
House. 

In April, 1900, the Guild was legally incorporated 
with the direct intent that it might secure the lot adjoin- 
ing the church property on St. John Street. The lot 
was purchased for twenty-eight hundred dollars, and up 
to Easter, 1903, all but five hundred and fifty dollars of 
this sum had been paid. 

In December, 1901, the Guild was relieved by the 
vestry from the responsibility of paying the organist's sal- 
ary and other expenses connected with the music of the 
church. This responsibility had been borne for years by 
the Guild known as St. Cecilia's Guild — finally resolved 
into a Chapter of Trinity Parish Guild. 

The general objects of Trinity Parish Guild are: "to 
aid the rector in church work, to provide for needful 
expenses of the parish, and to foster a spirit of Christian 
fellowship." 

The words "Christian fellowship," spoken in this con- 
nection, will call to the minds of many, two members of 
the Guild, the motive of whose lives was ' 'to foster a spirit 
of Christian fellowship," Ella Woart Hawley and Mary 
Mizner Plate. Though they have been sadly missed in 
the church life to which they gave so much, the best 
that they gave is still with us — examples of true Chris- 
tian living. May the same spirit that ruled their lives 
guide Trinity Parish Guild into ways of truest and high- 
est service. 



Parochial Organizations 89 

THE WOMAN'S AUXILIARY 

In March, 1898, through the earnest eflfort of Mary 
Mizner Plate, a branch of the Woman's Auxiliary was 
established in the parish. In memory of the devotion of 
their leader, the members of the Auxiliary subscribed a 
definite monthly sum to be paid into a fund for building 
a church in the town of Lindsay, Tulare County, Cali- 
fornia. 

The regular work of the Auxiliary is being carried on 
under able supervision. 

A branch of the Junior Auxiliary was established in 
April, 1898. 

THE TWENTY MINUTE WORKERS 

A Circle of Twenty Minute Workers was organized in 
1899. Members pledge themselves to give a definite 
amount of time and work to further the interests of the 
parish. No dues are required. Half of the funds of the 
Circle have been regularly given toward paying for the 
lot on St. John Street. Various sums have been paid for 
current expenses of the parish. The annual income of 
the Circle has reached as high as $500. At Easter, 1903, 
there was a membership of sixty. 

It is earnestly hoped that such organizations as Trinity 
Brotherhood, The League of St. John, and the Junior 
Auxiliary, will again become active in the life of the 
parish. 



Gifts 



Tower Cross — Mrs. S. J. Hensley. 
Chime of Bells — Sunday School, 1879. 
Alms Box — Miss Hannah Wakefield. 
Processional Cross — Miss Josephine Polhemiis. 

Altar Desk — Sunday School Class, (Miss Hannah Wake- 
field's.) 

Altar Vases— Bible Class, (Mrs. Isabella Wakefield's.) 

Alms Basin — Sunday School Class, (Miss Adele M. Lus- 
son's.) 

Hymn Tablet — Sunday School Class, (Miss Adele M. 
Lusson's.) 

Chancel Chairs— Bible Class, (Mrs. Isabella Wakefield's.) 

Flagon — Sunday School Classes, (Miss Hannah Wake- 
field's and Miss Josephine Polhemus'.) 

Chancel Windows— Mrs. H. S. Ashley, Mrs. S. J. Hens- 
ley, Sunday School and others. 

Communion Linen — Mrs. George Polhemus. 

Clialices and Paten — Made from old silver given by Com- 
municants. 

Stained Glass Window —William Lewis. 

Rose Window in The Parish House — Edward Williams. 

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Memorials 



Tablet — Members of Trinity Parish, in memory of Rev. 
Sylvester S. Ktheridge. 

Baptismal Font — Rev. and Mrs. George W. Foote, in 
memory of Christine Foote. 

Altar — Rev. John B. Wakefield, in memory of Isabella 
W. Wakefield. 

Altar Cross — Mrs. Anna K. Blount, in memory of J. K. 
and T. D. Fackler. 

Credence Table — Mrs. Ashbel S. Kittredge, in memory 
of Ashbel S. Kittredge. 

Altar Service Book — Mrs. Francis E. Spencer, in mem- 
ory of Francis E. Spencer. 

Altar Vases — Mrs. Mary E. Snook, in memory of Nor- 
man Albert Snook. 

Chancel Books — Mrs. Francis E- Spencer, in memory of 
Francis E. Spencer. 

I^ectern — Major and Mrs. William Hawley, in memory 
of Peter Radcliffe Hawley. 

lyitany Desk and Service Book — Mrs. Nathan Strong and 
members of Trinity Church, in memory of Ella 
Woart Hawley. 

Pulpit — Mrs. Mitchell Phillips, in memory of Rachel Nira 
Chapin. 

Stained Glass Windows — Rev. Sylvester S. Etheridge, in 
memory of William R. Davis. Judge William Dan- 
iels, in memory of Harriet Daniels. James R. Lowe, 

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in memory of Mary A. Lowe, Mrs. Hardy-Gregory, 
in memory of Mark Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. James 
Hart, in memory of James Hart, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. 
Moses Schallenberger, in memory of Selby Schallen- 
berger. Mrs. George lyendrum, in memory of Jennie 
and Annie Lendrum. Mrs. James Lendrum, in 
memory of Kliza I,endrum, Mrs. Elizabeth Brown, 
in memory of James T. Brown. Major Samuel J. 
Hensley, in memory of his children. In memory of 
Hannah Morris, J. Pettigrue, J. H. and M. A. 
Smith. 
Tablet in the Parish House — Members of Trinity Church, 
in memory of Isabella W. Wakefield. 



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