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and Elocution are given to advanced and special students; French and German are 
spoken in the class-room and at the dinlng-table. # 

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the teachers upon which the formation of correct habits so largely depends. The 
school aims to furnish, by its course of study, the best facilities for a full and 
symmetrical development of mind and character. Since the highest culture 
must be founded on an earnest faith in the Bible, it is the endeavor of the 
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The town is pleasant and healthful, and furnishes peculiar advantages for a girls' 
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CONGREGATIONAL TEAR-BOOK, 



1899. 



I8STTED, TJin>EB THS SAMCTION OF THB 



MTIOKAl GOlGIl OF THE GONUAMAL GIRGHES OF THE UNITED mm, 



BT ITS FUBLISHIKO COMXITTBE, AND CONTAINING THE 



GENERAL STATISTICS OF THOSE CHURCHES FOR THE LAST PREVIOUS YEAR; 



An Alphabetical Libt of the Oongbeoational Ministebb, and of the Officebs and 

Students of CoNeBEOATioNAL THEOLoeiCAL Beminabies; the Annual Recobd of 

Chanoes; the Vital Statistics of CoNeBEOATioNAL Ministebs deceased 

IN 1898; Statements of the National Co-ofebatiyb Societies; 

THE National and State Obganizations 

OF Chxjbcbes, 



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1899. 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



Paqi 

Contents 2 

Calendar for 1099 1900 3 

Note 4 

Introduotory 6 

International Conndl: ProYisional Program 6 

Treasurer's Statement, May 8, 1899 8 

Annual Record : 

Ministers Ordained or Installed, 9; Pastors Dismissed, 12; Ministers 
Married, 12. 

Yital Statistios of Congregational Ministers who died in 1898 .... 13-^ 

Summaries 37 

Congregational Clubs 40 

The National Societies : 

American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions .... 42 

Congregational Education Society 44 

American Congregational Association 46 

Congregational Church Building Society 47 

Congregational Home Missionary Society ... ... 48 

American Missionary Association 00 

Congregational Sunday School and Publishing Society .... 52 

Ministerial Belief 53 

Congregational Theological Seminaries : 

Andoyer, 05; Bangor, 56; Pacific, 57, 73; Chicago, 59; Hartford, 61; 
Oberlin, 63; Yale, 66. 

Alphabetical List of Students in the Seminaries 66 

Summaries . • 74 

The Annual Statistics of the Churches and Ministers: 

Explanations of the Plan of Statistics 78 

The Statistics of the Churches and Pastors by States .... 80-371 

Sunday Schools, Independent and Missionary 372 

Congregational Ministers in Foreign Lands 385 

The National and State Organizations of the Churches .^ . .387 

Sessions of , in 1899-1900 393 

Annual meetings of the National Societies in 1899-1900 393 

General Summary Tables for the Tear 394 

Remarks upon the Statistics 406 

Alphabetical List of Ministers, with Post-Ofice Address 409 

Alphabetical List of Licentiates 445 

List of Ministers of other Denominations Supplying Congregational Churches, 448 



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NOTE. 



" Eyeiy church and eyery minister upon the rolls of the denominatioB " is 
entitled to share in the distribution of the Ysab-Book. For this very practical 
purpose, ^* the rolls of the denomination ** must be assumed to be the tables and 
list of the Yeab-Book, and the claim of any church or minister to reoeiye it, errors 
excepted, does not arise until such church is found in the Ykab-Book'b tables, or 
such minister's name is enrolled and printed in its ** List of Congregational 
Ministers'' here reported and printed. To purchasers, the price is $1.00; or, in 
cloth, $1.25. Those entitled to receiye it who prefer a cloth binding can haye it in 
that form by sending 30 cents to 

REV. HENBY A. HAZBN, 

611 gonobbsgational housb, 

Boston, Mass., 
or, AnBUiun>Ai.B, 

to whom all correspondence relating to the Ybah-Book should be addressed, not to 
the Publishing Society. It is not safe or suificient to say ** Congregational House " 
only, as it has many rooms and occupants. 

A pastor, who has resigned his aotiye seryioe, does not lose his claim to the 
Ybab-Book. It is due to " eyery minister upon the roll." A church is not 
entitled to two copies, one for itself and one for its minister, as is often assumed; 
but to its one copy. The roll is new eyery year, and a minister's name has no place 
on it simply because it was in the last YbabtBook. It is to be reported each year, 
either by the church he is serying or by the conference or association of which he is 
a member, and which is responsible to the churches for record and report of his 
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ANNUAL RECORD. 



9 



The following recommendation by the finance committee was adopted by the 
Council at Portland, Ore., July 7-13, 1898: — 

(2) That the annual per capita call upon the membership of our churches for 
the next three years, be two cents per member, per year; and also that an extra call 
of half a cent /or one year, 1898-1899, be made, to pay the expenses of the Interna- 
tional Council to be held in 1899, the same as recommended by the ProTisional 
CoDunittee, any surplus from the same to be paid into the treasury of the Council 
for its usual expenses. (Minutes of 1898, page 98.) 

SAMUEL B. FORBES, 
Habtfobd, Conn., May 3, 1899. Treamrer. 



ANNUAL RECORD. 



OBDADrED OB DTSTALLED. 

In thig litt, " o." denotes ordination withont 
Installation; **o. p." ordination as pastor; 
"o./. m.»' ordination for foreign missionary 
service; " r." recognized. But owing to in. 
definite reports, **o" may sometimes be an 
error for ** o. />." 



ABBOTT, ERNEST H., Prye- 

bnrg. Me., i. 

ATKINSON, GEORGE E., 

Tekoa. Wn., o. 

ATWOOD, 0HA8. B., Peru, Vt., r. 
BAKER, SMITH, WUliston ch., 

Portland, Me., i. 

BALL, ALBERT H., Passaic, N. J., {.June 23 
BARROWS, WALTER M., 

Second ch., Greenwich, Ct., i, June 22 

BEAN, DANIEL O., Fayette, lo., o. April 18 



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June 28 
Oct. 18 



Dee. 1 



BENNETT, WILLIAM R., 
Darlington, Wis., o. May J8 

BERRr, JAS. T., Ashland, Me., o. p. May 25 

BIEBLY. ROBT. P., Mt. Forest, Ill.To.Mar. 15 

BISHOP, EDWIN W., Staf- 
ford Springs, Ot., o^p, Nov. 9 

BLISS, ALP. v., Ludlow, Vt., o. p. May 24 

BLISS, FRAN'S C, Plymouth, Wi8.,o.Aug. 25 

BLOMQUIST, O. P.,Foaston, Minn.,o. Mar. 30 

BLOOM, WM. K., Oreal Springs, 111. o. Oct. 17 

BO ^RDM AN, JOHN R., South 
ch., Hallowell, Me., o.o. 

BOLT, WM. W.. Roseville, ni., o. Sept. 28 

BONFILS. ELLSWORTH, 
Paterson, N. J., i, 

BOUGHTON. CLEMENT A , 
Neeedah, Wis., o. May 12 

BOWERS, ROY E., Ruggles, O., o. Sept. 1 

BRADY, ALEXANDER, Wil. 
•onville. Or., o. April 13 

BRAND, CHAS. A.,Huron, B.D.,o- p.Aug.90 



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BRECE,AARON'.Partridge.Kan..o.2). Nov. 15 
BRBWBR, FRANK 8., New 

Hartford. Ct., i. Bept. 22 

BRONBON, OLIVER H., Pil- 

grim cb., Cleveland, O.. assoc. p., o. Jan. 26 
BRUNKBK, THOMAS A., , 

Tabor, OH., o.p. Aug. 25 

BUELL LEWIS F.,Gk)odWTll 

cb., Syracnse.N.Y., i. Oct. 27 

BURCH, H. H., miford, lo., o. Nov. 30 

BURDON. HENRY F., Anbum,Me.,o. July 6 
BURTON, CHARLES E., Pur- 
itan cb., Chicaffo, 111 , o. July 7 
BU8WELL, JESSE, ' King- 

fisher, Okl., o. Oct. 18 

BUTLER. WILLIS H., Wll- 

liarontown, Mass., o.p. Nov. 21 

CALHOUN, JOHN 8..Lu8k,Wyo.,o./>.Mar.8 
CALKINS. RAYMOND F., 

PilgrimMemorial cb..Pitt8field, Ms., i.Jan.18 
CAMERO V, ALICE J. Jamaica,Vt., o. Uct.13 
CARLSON, ERNEST O., Hins- 
dale, 111.. o. June 28 
CHAKURIAN, ENOCH E., 

Oakland, Cal , o. Nov. 26, *»7 

CHASE, SAMUEL B., May. 

flower branch, Lansing, Mich., o. Sept. 12 
OONDIT, HENRY J., Taber- 
nacle cb., Chicago, III., asst. p., o. May 31 
COUCH, CHARLES H.,Dowa. 

giac, Mich., o. May 12 

COUSINS, EDGAR M., Second 

ch., Biddeford, Me.. i. Dec. 14 

COVELL,.\RTH'RJ.,Lynn,Mas8.,i.Jnne21 
COX, SIDNEY U., Brooklyn, N.Y.,<. Dec, 13 
CREDEFORD, GEORGE H., 

Wells River, Vt., i. June 16 

CULLEN8, ARCHIBALD, 

Steuben, Me., o. June 9 

CURTIS, JOHN 3.,Hopkinton,N.H.,<.Jan.l8 
DANFORTH, WM. E.,Chicago, III., ». Feb. 16 
DAVIE, C. N.,Southwest Harbor,Me., o.May24 
DAWSON, W., Green River, Wyo.,o. p.Feb. 21 
DEAN, FRANK W., Red Cloud, Neb., o. Oct. 
DEMING,VERNON H.,Weath. 

ersfield, Vi., o. July 26 

DODD, A. C, National City, Cal., o. Oct. 27 
DREW. EDWARD P., St.Louifl,Mo.,o. Oct. 22 
DYK, JACOB, E. Grand Rapids, Mich. , r. 
EARLY, ALONZO, Brietolville, O., o. Nov. 16 
EAHNSHAW, ALBERT F., 

Phlillps, Me., o. Oct 24 

EDWARDS, R. M., Hillyard, Wn., o. April 15 
ELLIS, PRI£D. W.. Chicago, 111., o. June 24 
ELLSWORTH, FRED. K., 

Vanceboro, Me., o. June 2 

ELWELL, T. ROBT, DeWitt,Io.,o.i). Nov. 1 
EPLER, PERCY H., 8. Boston, Ms., o. May 26 
EPPENS, BDW.H.,Memphi8,Mich.,o. June 28 
ESSIG, WILLIAM F., Olive, Neb., o.p.Dec, 1 
ESTABROOK, FRANK P., 

First ch., Georgetown, Mass., ». Dec. 16 
EVANS, J. C, Pecatonica, 111., o. June 26 
FARREN,MERRITTA.,Lyndon,Vt..o.Oct.28 
FATE, FRANCIS A., Taunton, Ms , i. Mar. 23 
FERRIS, WILL C.,W. Cornwall, Ct. o. May 12 
FESSENDEN,W.C.,N.Boston,Ms.,o.p.Oct.21 
FISK, CHA8. L., Chicago, 111., o. June 7 

FISKE, GEO. W.,Huntington, Ms., o.p.Oct. 26 
FORBU8H.W. B.,Cbarlestown,M8.,iJLpril 12 
FRASER, DAVID, Rowley, Mass.,<. Nov. 80 
FRENCH, GEO. A.,Brook8ville,Me.,o. June 8 
FRENCH, ROB*T M., Hadlyme, Ct.,o.Nov. 1 
FROST, MERLE A., Miles, lo., r. Feb. 22 
FUKSSLE, C. A .,S.Milwaukee,Wi8.,o.April 29 
FURNESS. GEO. A., Wardsboro,Vt.,o.May5 
GILLETTE, ED»N C, Southfield, M«.,o.Oct. 7 
GOODHEART, SIMON T., E. 

Fairfield, Vt., o. Oct. 18 

GOODWIN, SHERM.,Freedom,Me.,o.June28 
GRANT, EDWIN E., Sharon,, Vt. o. July 29 
GREELEY, LESLIE C, Mid- 

dleton, Mass , o. Dec. 20 



April 16 
May 81 

July 28 

June 7 

March 16 



GREEN.CHAB.C^Pleasant View. Ky., o. BCay 
GREIN, ALBERT L., BuflWo, N.Y;,<. Nov. 1 
GUNNER, BYRON, Newport, R I.. < May 28 
GU8TIN, BYRON F.,Quirdhall,Vt., o. Jan. 11 
HAINES, OLIVER 8.. W.Ferndale,Wn^ o. p. 
HALL, RANSOM B., Redfleld, B. D., o. Dec. 1 
HAMBLETON, IRA G., New 

Decatur, Ala., o. 

HARDY, JAMBS W., Carbon- 

dale. Kan., o. 

HARGETT, HENRY L., Gate 

City, Ala., 
HART, INGRAHAM T., Wood- 

ville.N. Y., o.p. 

HARWOOD, THOMAS W., 

Garland, Me., o. 

HASSELL, RICHARD B., 

Everett, Wn., o. 

HAWLEY, JOHN A.. W.Avon.Ct., o. Sept. 14 
HEATHCOTE, ARTHUR S., 

Bladen, Neb., o. Feb. 8 

HEBSRLEIN, FRED. W., W. 

Superior, Wis., o.p. Nov. 28 

HEGNER,HBRMANF^Chi*go,Ill.,o.p.Dec.l8 
HENDLE7, HARRY B., Min- 
neapolis. Minn., o. Oct. 28 
HENRY, EMMA K., Huron, 8. D.,0. May 24 
HE RRIN G, HUB'T C, Omaha, Neb. ,<. Dec.lS 
HEWITT, JOS. G.,Raymond,Wi8., o. Aug.80 
HEYDENBURK, FRANK H., 

Oberlin, O., o. Jan. 4 

HIGGINBOTHAM, T. MAT- 

TISON. Newark, O., o. p. Sept. 27 

HILL, THOMAS H., Aurora. 8. IX, o. July 12 
HINMAN, GEORGE W.,Cam. 

bridgeport, Mass., o./,m. Oct. 26 

HOGAN, BERT M., Cleveland, O., o. June 17 
HOLLISTER, FREDERICK 

M., Second ch., Danbury, Ct., i. May 11 
HOLWAY, JOHN W., 8terling,Wis.,o.Sept.T 
HOPKINS. HAROLD L., 

Wardner, Ida., o. Bept. 2T 

HOWARD, E. LEE, Clyde ch., 

Kansas City, Mo., i. Nov. 15 

HOWES, ALBERT W., Fitz- 

william, N. H., o. p. March 2 

HO WLAND,S AM' L M.,Chase,Mich.,o.Mayl8 
HOYT, HENRY ^ ., Hyde Park, Ms., i. Mar. 9 
HUBBARD, WM. B., Webster, S. D., i. 
HULL, GEO. H , Almraa, Kan., o. June 21 
HUNNEWELL, FRANK 8., 

Reading, Mass., i. 

INGERSOLL, EDWARD P., 

Immanuel ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., i. June 21 
INGRAHAM, ALEXANDER 

M., Glencoe, 111., o.p. 

JACKSON, WILLIAM P., B. 

Barre and Orange, Vt.. i. 

JACOBS, HERBERT H., Pil- 
grim ch., Milwaukee, Wis., o. p, 
JaCOBSON, CARL M., 

Lowell, Mass., o. 

JEFFERSON, CHA8. E., N. Y., .. ^^... *- 
JENSEN, MARTIN, Glezen, Ind., o.p. May 26 
JOB, HERBERT K., Kent, Ct., i. Dec. 21 
JOHNSON, PETER A., Monte- 

video, Mipn., o. Aug. 30 

JOHNSON, W. N., Rose Hill, N.D., o. Nov. 14 
JOHNSTON, WM., Newport, Ky., i. Feb. 1 
JONES, HOWARD M., Chicago, III., o. June T 
JONES/WM. C, Sharon Pa., i. July 1 

JUDD, HUBERT O., Coolville, O., o. June 24 
JUDSON, GEO. W^ Winsted, Ct., i. June 28 
KELLEY, FRED. I., Dracut, Mass., i. Oct. 20 
E:EPHART,WM.H.,N.Y., i. March 31 
KIMBALL. J.H., 8toughton,Wis., o. March 16 
KIPLINGER, ORVILLE L., 

Mound City, 111. o. p. March 15 

KLOSS, CHARLES L., Web- 
ster Groves, Mo., i. May 19 
KNIPE, 8 AMUEL, Alvord, lo., o. March 29 
LAUDERDALE, G. W., Norris 

City, III., 0. Feb. 25 



Oct. 12 



May 81 

Feb. 23 

March 8 

June 16 
April 19 



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LEWIS, DANIEL M., Chicago, III., i. Dec. 8 
Ln^TENBERG, AUGUSTUS, 

Swedish cb., Boston, Mass., r. Apr. 16 

LINDHOLM, OLAP L. T., 

Scand. ch., Michigan Oity, Ind., o, June 6 
LINDSTR0M,GUSTAF,5rwd. 

i»h ch., SDrlngfield, Mass.. i. Not. 22 

LOPEZ-GUILLON, J. M., 

Spanr-Am. ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., i. Dec. 6 
L< >KD, S. E., Spencer, Mass., o. April 26 

LOVE, A. L., Albany, N. Y., i. March 30 
LOWES, GEORGE A., Oorry, Pa., o, Oct. 13 
MCALLISTER, DENIS. Beth- 

any eh^ Philadelphia, Pa., o.p. Nov. 17 
McCARTNE7,H.R.,Amher8t,MaB0.,«. Oct. 11 
McCONNELL,H.,Hopkin8,Mlch., o.p. Jan. 26 
McFADDEN, ROBERT A., 

Central ch., Chelsea, Mass., i May 25 

McGregor, ALEX.,St.Paal,Minn., i.May 10 
McKINNEY, S. T.. St. Louis, Mo., o. Oct. 22 
MCLAUGHLIN, ROBERT W., 

Kalamazoo, Mich., i. Dec. 20 

MAHAN.LAWRENOE W.,York,0.,o.June 7 
MAN AVI AN, G. M., Nunlca, Mich , o.May 81 
MANE, H. G., Lawrence. Mass., i. April 13 
MARSHALL, CHARLES P., 

Frankfort, Me., o. p. July 26 

MARTIN,CARLYLER.,Fargo,N.D.o.Dec.21 
MARTYN. W.C., Boxboro*, Mass., o.p Nov. 29 
MENKE, H., Centerville, S. D., o, Feb. 10 
MERRILL, GEO. R., Chicago, 111. i. Oct. 3 
MERRITT, CHAS. W., Chicago, 111 ,o.May 31 
MOORE, J. F., Breckenridge. Mich., o. Oct.ll 
MOORE, JOHN K., Hartford, Ct.. o. Oct. 11 
MOORE. JOHN W., Trevor, Wis., o. July 19 
MORSON, ROBT. R.,Winthrop,Me.,o. July 14 
MORTON, W.H.,nunton,N.Y.,<. Feb. 16 
MULNIX, ANDREW H., Hy- 

annifl and W. Yarmouth, Mass., o. p. Feb. 8 
NELSON, CHA S., Missoula, Mont., o. Feb. 28 
NEWTON, A. F., Haverhill, Mass. i. April 6 
NEWTON, J.ED WARD,L> man,Me., o. Oct. 6 
NICHOLS,ANNA O , Sioux City ,Io.,o.Oct. 26 
0LE80N, WM. B., Warren, Mass., i. Oct. 4 
OBGOOD,ROBT. S., Harvard,Neb.,o. June 22 
OSTHOFF, EUGENE C, Oer- 

man ch., Lincoln, Neb. o.p. April 6 

O WEN,T.NEWTON,Bristol, R. I., i. April 26 
PARKER, J. A., S. Hartford, N. Y., a. Nov. 17 
PARR, WALTER R., OHfton, 111., o. June 16 
PARTRIDGE. ERNEST C, 

Bhoreham, Vt., o. Oct. 81 

PATTEN, A. B., S. Badley, Mass., i. Feb. 14 
PATTON, O. H ., St. Louis, Mo., i. Oct. 18 
PENTZ, JULIUS W., Paris, N. Y., o. Dec. 21 
PEYTON, FRANK. Warsaw, U\.,o.p. Jan. 18 
PIERCE, 0. P., E.Douglas, Mass.. o.p. Nov. 16 
PIERPONT, J., Williamsburg,Mass.,». June 16 
PINGREE, ARTHUR H., Pig- 
eon Cove, Mass., o. Nov. 16 
PLANVING, LAFOREST A. 

Abbeville, La., o. Feb. 6 

POND, EVARTS W., Sheffield. Ms., i. Sept. 2 
PORTEK. H. W., Talladega, Ala., o. July 13 
PRENTISS, WM. C, Poquonock, Ct.,o.July 8 
QUINT,JOHN H.,Roche8ter, Mass., o.May 18 
RAIN, JAMES A., Dayton, O., r. Feb. 8 
RAMSEY, W. G.,St. Charles,Minn.,o.July 18 
RAY. BENJ. E., Nekoosa, Wis., o. Nov. 3 
REED, GEO. H., Concord, N. H., i. June 30 
REID, FRANCIS W., Clayton, Cal., o. May20 
REID, JOHN H.. Bellows Falls, Vt ,i. April 26 
REINHOLD,F.P.,Holyoke,Mass.,Q. p. July 26 
RICHMOND, G. C, Somorsville,Ot.,o. Dec. 27 
RICKBTTS, CHAS. H., Norwich, Ct., i. 
ROBINSON, E. B.. Lisbon, Ot., o. p. Nov. SI 
ROBJBNT,THOS.S., Braddock, Pa..{.Oet 18 
BOGER8.CHAB.H., Mason City, Io.,{. Jan. 12 
ROLLINS, W.H., Blackstone, Mass., o. Aug. 26 
RUGE, L. H., Medford, Okl., o. Oct. 30 

SALTMARSH, FRANK N., 

Weat Hartford, Vt., o. July 18 

SCHAUFFLER,U.P.,Berlin,Ct.,o. p. Sept. 27 



SCHWABENLAND, JOHANN 

C, Glenullin, N. D , o.p. Aug. 

SCOTT, WILLARD, Worcester, Maps.,<.0ct 
SEELEY. WILLIAM L.. Gait. lo. o. Dec. 
SHEPARD, R. C, LaCrosse, Wis., o. Nov. 
SIMMONS, WM. B., Algonquin, 111., o. May 
SIMS, FRANK W., Springfield, Ma8S.,i. 
SINK8.PERRY W.,Young8town,0., i. Feb. 
SKEELE, A. F., Painesville, O.. i. March : 
SMITH, FRED B., Chicago, 111., o. June 1 
ST A PLETON, ROBERT, 

Relnbeck. lo., r. Feb 

STEM BN. JOHN A., Viroqua. Wis., i. Oct. S 
STILES, WM. C, Stonlngton. Ct., i. April 1 
STOCKWELL, FREDERICK 

E., Central ch.. Providence, K. I., o. May 2 
STREET. WALTER B , L€e,Mass., o. July 1 
SURDIV AL, WM., PIttsburir, Pa., i. Oct. 3 
SWARTZ,H.F.,ManBfieId, Mass., o.p. July 2 
THOMAS, J. M., Thomastown, O.. o. March 2 
THOMP80N.CARLD.,Sharon,Wis.,o June ' 
TOTUSEK,VINCENT,Oberiin, O., o. June 2i 
TRAVIS, A. FERD., Vernon 

Center, Ct., o. 

TREAT, J. C, New London, O., o. 
TRIPLETT, HARR Y^., Alns- 

worth. Neb., o. 

TURK, M. H , Wenham, Mass., o. 
TWEEDY, H. H.. Utica, N. Y. o. p. 
UMSTED, OWEN, Longton, Kan., o. May 10 
VINCENT, CLARENCE A., 

Central ch., Galesburg, 111., i. Dec. 9 

WALKER, IRWIN O., Bevier, Mo., o. Nov. 29 
WALLACE, MAC H., Oakland, Cal., i. Oct. 18 
WARFIELDE,F.A.. Lowell.Mass.,^. Sept. 14 
WASHBURN, CHARLES H., 

Boston, Mass., r.a»»oc.p, March 30 
WEAGE, ARTHUR D , Villa Park, Cal. r. 
WHEELER, E. F.. Austin, Minn., i. Oct. 26 
WILDER, 8. P., Delavan, Wis., i. May 31 
WILLIAMS, B. A., Columbus, O , o. Sept. 12 
WOOD, WALLACE H.,Dexter,Me.,o.Sept. 19 
WOODMAN, G. E., Monmouth,Me.,o.Sept. \b 
WOODROW, S.H., Springfleld,Ms., i. Sept. 27 
WYCKOFF, HERBERT J., 

Woodbury, Ct., o. Sept. 15 

ZOTTARELLI, GIUSEPPE 

v., Cleveland, O., o. Sept. 28 



Oct. Vi 
June 24 

Oct. 5 
Sept. 22 
Nov. 80 



PASTORS DISMISSED. 

BAKER, E. L., Dracut, Mass., Sept. 29. 
BEACH, D. N., Ifinneapolis. Minn., Oct. 28. 
BIRNIE. D. P., Honolulu, H. L, June 8 
B JORKMAN, L. W.A , Hartford, Ct., Sept. 23. 
BREWER, F. S., S. Glastonbury, Ct., May 9. 
BROKAW, R. W., Springfield, Mass., Feb. 24. 
BROWN, WM. T., Madison, Ct, June 21. 
BUSHNELL, C. W., Rosalia, Wn., Sept. 6. 
CHASE, CHAS. E., Sonoma, Cal., July 21. 
CLARK, J. B.. Brooklyn, N. Y.^une 27. 
CORY. ISAAC L., Milwaukee, Wis., Jan. 11. 
CREDEFORD, G. H.,Winthrop, Me., April 29. 
DAY, CHAS. O , Brattleboro, Vt., Sept. 22. 
DOUGHERTY, JA8. G., Kansas City, Kan. 
EMERY, JOHN C, Jer8eyCity,N.J., Sept. 13. 
ESTABROOK. F. P., Biddeford, Me^ Dec. 9. 
FAVILLE, JOHN, Appleton, Wis., Dec. 19. 
FREY, T. ARTHUR, Biddeford, Me. 
GREGORY, LEWIS, Lincohi, Neb., Oct. 31. 
HANAFORD,H.A.,Wlnche8ter,N.H.,Nov.l6. 
HARRIS, O. J., Colchester, Vt., May 16. 
HESCOOK, G. B., Fort Fairfield, Me., Dec. 6. 
HILL. G. W. C, New Bedford. Mass., Deo. 15. 
HOLMES, T. J., Hopkinton, Mass., Oct. 28. 
HOOKER, EDW.P., Winter Park,Fla.,May 31. 
HOUSE, ELWIN L., Attleboro.Mass., Dec. 21. 
HOYT, HENRY N., Sacramento, Cal.,Jan.l8. 
JEFFERSON. O. E., Chelsea, Mass., Feb. 28. 
JENKINS, FRANK E., PaImer,Mass., Sept.6. 
JOB, H. K., No. Middleboro, Mass., Nov. 11. 
JONES, DAVID E., Broad Brook, Ct. 



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JORDAtf.ISRAKL, Bethel, Me., Jane 3. 
KETCHAH, HENRY, Westfleld.NUT. . Jaly 1. 
LANDERS. W. P., Middleton, Mass., Peb. 28. 
LARSON^ABL J., Woburn, yass., Oct. 24. 
LEOIN, CHAB. J.. New Haven, Ct., July 30. 
MoGREeOR,A., Minneapolis, Minn., Mar. 26. 
MAKEPEACE. F.B.,Sprfngfleld, Ms., Oct. 21. 
MANK, H. a.,New aiouoester, Me., Feb. 28. 
MANS8. WM. H., Chicago, 111.. April 20. 
MERRILL, G. R., Minneapolis, Minn., May 28. 
MERWIN. N. T., Poqaonock, Ot., Jan. 18. 
MOORLAND. J. E., Cleveland. O., Dec. 27. 
NOUR8E, EDWARD E., BeHin, Ct., May 12. 
NOYEB, HENRY H.. bland Falls.Me.. Dm: «. 
O'BRIEN. JAMES P.. St.Louls, Mo., May 26. 
PARSONS, OHABm. Webster, S. D., Sept. 18. 
PIERCE, ALBERT F.. Danbury,Ct.,Dec. 12. 
POGSON, JOHN, Detroit, Mich., May 24. 
RANDALL, W. S.,No. Weare, N.H.. Nov. 20. 
KIOHMOND, JA8., Litchfield, Me., Sept. 26. 
ROBERTS, H. B., Torrington, Ct., May 16. 
ROBINSON. E. A., Wollaston, Mass., Feb. 28. 
SCOTT, WILLARD, Chicago, 111., Jane 20. 
SHERMAN, B. B^ Chelsea, Vt., yarch 14. 
SHURTLEFF. E. W.,Plymouth,Mass., May 4. 
SMITH, ALLEN J,/W. Hartford.Vt., Feb. 14. 
SMITH, EDW. L.,WatlaWalla. Wn., Oct. 26. 
SMITH, WILLIAM, Marshall, 111. 
8TEMEN, J. A., Minneapolis, Minn., July 20. 
THOMAS, C. N., New HAven, Vt., Feb. 21. 
TWrrCHELL, J. E., New Haven, Ct., Oct. 81. 
VAN DTKE. PAUL, Northampton, Mass. 
VINCENT. C. A.. Sandusky. O., Oct. 11. 
VROOMAN, H. C., St. Louis, Mo., July 2. 
WALKER, A S., Needham, Mass., June 8. 
WALLACE, MAC H., Detroit, Mich., June 10. 
WATSON. ALBERT, Everett, Mass., May 28. 
WEISS, GEO. C. Watertown, Wis., Dec. 21. 
WELCH, MOSES C, Pomona, Fla. 
WOOD, BENJ. C, Lisle, N. Y., June 27. 
WOODROW, S. H., Providence, R. I., July 12. 
WOOLWORTH. WILLIAM B.,N.Y.,April 30. 
WRIGHT, C. M., Austin, Minn., May SS. 
YALE, DAVID L., Ellsworth, Me., Dec. 20. 



MINISTEES MAREIEB. 

ALVORD. JAMES B., of Woonsocket, R. I., 

and Lucy Fairbanks, of St. Johnsbury, Vt., 

at St. J., June 8. 
APRAHAM, BARKIS A., of Bangor, Me., 

and Edith I. Fifleld, of Btonlngton, atS., 

Nov. 24. 
BARTLETT, EEINEBT C, and Clementine 

A. Sheldon, both of Chelmsford, Mass., at 

C, Sept. 18. 
BERRY, JAMES L., of Ashland, Me., and 

Etta MUIer, of Boston, at B., Aug. 10. 
BEBSEF, WILL N., and Elizabeth M. Pool, 

both of St. Louis, Mo., at St. L., Jane 28. 
BIXLER,J.W.,of New London,Ot., and Mabel 

Seelye, of Amherst, Mass., at A., Sept. 7. 
BRIDGMAN, HOWARD A., of Brookline, 

Mass., and Helen N. Bryant, of Witherbee, 

N.Y.,atW.,JuIy27. 
BRYANT, ALBERT, and Anna F. Bum- 

ham, both of Cambridge, Mass., at North 

Scituate, July 4. 
COOK, SILAS P., of Lee, Mass., and Adeline 

F. Pettee, of Sharon, at S., Nov. 24. 
DEMING, VERNON C, of Weathersfleld, 

Vt., and Nina L. Roberts, of Hartford, Ct., 

at H., Sept. 6. 
DOLLIFF, FRANK 8., of Jackson, Me., and 

Etta Dodge, June 15. 
DOUGLASS, TRUMAN O., Jr., of Daven. 

port, lo., and Katherine Bartlett, of Grin- 

nell, at G., Jan. 11. 
FOSTER, ADDISON P., of Boston, Mass., 

and Gertrude Deyo, of Poughkeepsle, N.Y., 

atNewPaltz, Bept.22. 
FRASER, DAVID, Jr., and Anna M. Lam- 

prey, of Kensington, N. H., at K., Oct. 20. 



FUE8SLE. CHARLES A., Jb.. of So. Mil- 
waukee, Wis., and Emma B. Gamber, of 

Chicagq, 111., at C, June 21. 
GOODBNOUGH, GILES F., of Ellsworth, 

Ct., and Jessie M. Beokwith, of Nepmig, at 

N., June 17. 
GRIFFITHS, THOMAS, of Geneva, Neb., 

and Ella S. Booth, of OberUn, O., at O., 

April 11. 
GUILD, ROY B., of Woodstock, III., and 

Winifred A. Bverhard, of Seneca, Kan., at 

S., June 21. 
HEBERLEIN, FRED. W., West Superior, 

Wis., and Sadie D. Peterson, of BrlggsviUe, 

at B, Sept. 27. 
HITCHCOCK, LYMAN P., and Soaie Swits, 

both of Schenectady, N. Y., at S., Ang. 24. 
JOHNSON. PETER A., of Montevideo.Mlnn., 

and Alioe C. Piper, of Tabor, lo., at T., Oct. 

20. 
KIMBALL, HARRY W., of Skowhegan, 

Me., and Beula B. Waterhonse, of Portland, 

at P., Oct. 4. 
LEWIS, JOHN B., of MUl River. Mass., and 

Annie O. Pearson, of Ueadiug. at R., Aug. 80. 
LITTLE, AKTHUR,ard Elizabeth A.Wales, 

both of Dorchester, Mass., at D., Feb. 1. 
McKBNNEY, JAMES E., of Havelock, Neb., 

and Mollie A. Hill, of Columbus, O., at C, 

March 28. 
NICHOLS, GEO. T., of Burlington, ^n., and 

Minnie Gerstong, of Independence, at I. 
PERRIN. J. NEWTON, of Sanbomton. N. 

H., and Geitrude L. Greeley, of Plainfleld, 

Vt.. at P., Feb. 16. 
PLATT, DWIGHT H., of Smith Center,Kan., 

and Emily L. Sanford, of Milford, at M., 

Oct. 12. 
PLUMB, ALBERT H., Jb., of Rozbury. 

Mass., and Edith P. Stratton, of Weston, at 

W., Aug. 24. 
RAMSAY, WILLIAM G., of St. Charles, 

Minn., and Alice D. Colby, at Atkinson, III., 

Oct. 20. 
RANSLOW, EUGENE J., of Swanton, Vt., 

and Cynthia L. Marvin, of Alburgh, at A., 

May l2. 
RICHARDS, FREDERICK B., and Bessie B. 

Chittenden, both of New York, at N. Y., 

Dec. 27. 
RICHMOND, JAMES, of Litchfield Corner, 

Me., and Cornelia B. Varney, of Hallowell, 

at H., July 12. 
ROGERS, ARTHUR J., of Columbus, Neb., 

and Clara M. Morse, of Clarks, at C, June 2. 
ROLLINS, WALTER H., of Blackstone, 

Mass., and Mabel B. Stone, at Haverhill, 

Sept. 13. 
SIMPSON, SAMUEL, of Chardon, O., and 

Edith B. Sumner, of Hartford, at H.,Nov.l7. 
SMEDLET, WILLIS E., and Flora Maoleod, 

both of Providence, R. I., at P., Aug. 4. 
SMITH, J. LLOYD, of Blmamwood, Wis., 

and E. May Van Tyne, of Oberlin, O., at 

Delhi, O., June 28. 
SOLANDT, JAMES A., of W. Stafford, Ct., 

and Clara B. Stacy, of Springfield^ Mass., at 

S., June 29. 
SUMNER, FREDERICK A., of Uttle Falls, 

Minn., and Mary E. Buchanan, of Sauk 

Center, at S. C, July 27. 
THOMPSON. CARLD., of Sharon, Wis., and 

Eva K. Mygatt, of Long Pine, Neb., at L. P., 

Aug. 8. 
TRAVIS, LEE J., of Fredericksburg, O., and 

Ella M. Stearns, of Windham, Vt., at W., 

Dec. 8. 
TRIPLBTT, HARRY M., of Ain8Worth,Neb., 

and Jennie E. Armstrong, of Glidden, lo., 

at G., Dec. 28. 
WALKER, HERBERT, of Sullivan, N. H., 

and Lottie J. Walker, of Fltchburg, Mass., 

at P., Feb. 9. 
WOOD, EARL B., of Fort Fairfield, Me., and 

Maud W. Wane, of Bangor, at B., Jan. 10. 



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VITAL STATISTICS 

OF THE 

CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS 
Who Died in the Year 1898. 



Abernbtht, Henry Conant, son of William and Azubah (Dexter) Aber- 
nethy, was born in Harwinton, Ct., 1814, Aug. 13. GrdalDed by Schnyler 
Presbytery, 1846, April 18, and pastor at Newton, 111., 1846-7, and Columbas, 
1847-67. Installed, Oneida, 111., 1868, Feb. 4, dismissed, 1867, April 16; acting 
pastor, Lockport, 1867-72; Altona, 1872-8.; Fairmont, Neb., 1878-87; Poway, 
CaL, 1887, and died in office. Married, 1839, Nov. 28, Elizabeth, daughter 
of William and Sallie (Mallory) Dexter, of Augusta, 111. Of five children, 
two are living. Died of the grip, 1898, Nov. 26, aged 84 years, 3 months, and 
12 days. 

Adair, Samuel Lylb, son of George and Margaret (Ramsey) Adair, was 
born in Paint, O., 1811, April 22. Entered Western Reserve College, but 
graduated, Oberlin College, 1838, and theological seminary, 1841. Ordained 
at Oberlin, 1841, Aug. 24. Acting pastor, Sandyville, O., 1841-2; Dundee, 
Mich., 1842-6; Maumee, O., 1845-7, and superintendent of schools there, 
1847-9; acting pastor, Lafayette, 1849-63 ; Osawatomie, Kan., after, except 
that he was post chaplain at Fort Scott, and Fort Leavenworth, two or 
three years, and one year in the service of the Christian Commission. He is 
not reported as pastor after 1890, but was superintendent of the Sunday 
school until death. Married, 1841, Nov. 24, Florilla, daughter of Owen and 
Sallie (Root) Brown, of Hudson, O., who died, 1866, Feb. 26. Of seven 
children, three are living. Died of old age, 1898, Dec. 27, aged 87 years, 8 
months, and 6 days. 

Amsden, Samuel Hine, son of Daniel and Rebecca (Peckham) Amsden, 
was bom in Petersham, Mass., 1836, Jan. 16. New Hampton Academy, and 
graduated at the theological institution there, 1856. Ordained Baptist, Salis- 
bury, N. H., 1866, June 12; pastor there, 1856-60; Danbury, 1860-1; Hill, 
Congregational church, 1861-3; Wilmot, 1863-7; installed, Alstead, East, 
1867, Sept. 22, dismissed, 1870, April 27; Dover, West, Vt., 1870-3; Peru, 
1873-6; New Salem, Mass., 1876-81; Cummington, West, 1881-3; Colchester, 
Vt., 1883-7; W. Charleston and Holland, 1887-8; GUmanton, N. H., 1888-91; 
Chichester, 1891-6 ; without charge there, after. Married, 1866, March 29, 
Louise A., daughter of Jonathan and Louise (Drake) Sleeper, of New Hamp- 
ton. Died of pneumonia, 1896, Nov. 26, aged 63 years, 10 months, and 10 
days. 

Armes, Josiah Lyman, son of Josiah Lyman and Mary (Trask) Armes, 
was bom in New Salem, Mass., 1811, Jan. 22. Leicester Academy. Amherst 
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studied theology with Bey. Mortimer Blake. Ordained, Plymouth, Mass., 
Manomet church, 1846, June 25, dismissed, 1850, July 31 ; insulled. Mason, 
K. H., 1850, Oct. 30, dismissed, 1856, Aug. 5; acting pastor, Langdon, 1858-9; 
installed, Wilmot, 1859, Nov. 10, dismissed, 1863, April ; acting pastor, 
Canterbury, 1863-^; Barrington, 1865-9; Auburn, 1869-71; without charge, 
Woodstock, Ct., 1871-80; Nashua, N. H., after. Married, 1841, Aug. 8, Mar- 
cla Kingman, daughter of Arza and Marcia (Kingman) Keith of North Bridge- 
water, Mass. Eight of nine children living, one of whom is Bev. A. Herbert 
Armes. Died of old age, 1898, March 16, aged 87 years, 1 month, and 24 days. 

AsHLBT, Jacob Mills, son of Jacob and Elizabeth (Mills) Ashley, was 
born in Yarmouth, England, 1816, Sept. 7. His father was a sea captain and lost 
at sea in 1832. Studied theology with Bey. George Herod, Manchester, 1834-8 ; 
ordained, Primitiye Methodist, at Manchester, 1838, April 12. His first min- 
istry was in Ashbourne; other record Is not given, except that he was in 
Ireland, 1852-6, where, during the cholera epidemic, his labors were abundant 
and most useful. Came to America in 1856, and was for a time in Brooklyn, 
N. T. His name first appears on our lists in 1864 ; acting pastor, Goodrich, 
Mich., 1864-6; Grand Ledge, 1866-70; Brady, 1870-1 ; Sedgwick, Kan., 1872-6; 
Greeley, Union, and Bldgeway, 1876-9; Albuquerque, N.M., where he organ- 
ized the first church, 1880-2; without charge there, 1883-^0; Golden, Colo., 
1890; Ithaca, Mich., after. Married, 1843, July 11, Hannah, daughter of 
Bey. George and Elizabeth (Parrott) Herod, of East Bridgport, England, 
who died 1888, Aug. 20. Of nine children, three daughters and three sons 
are living, one being Bev. Walter H. Ashley, of Manchester, Mass. Died 
of heart disease, 1898, July 11, aged 81 years, 10 months, and 4 days. 

Baker, Ephraim Hudson, son of Augustus and Elizabeth (Faling) Baker, 
was born in Leon, N. Y., 1830, Nov. 17. Graduated, Oberlin College, 1858, 
and Theological Seminary, 1861. In the Un^on army, as lieutenant of the 
Oberlin company of students, 1861, April,- 1862, Aug. Ordained, Marseilles, 
111., 1863, Dec. Acting pastor. West MUlgrove, O., 1862-^; Marseilles, 111., 
1863-7; Wyanet, 1867-71; Mendota, 1871-6; Waukegan, 1876-8; Henry, 
1878-9 ; Altona and Victoria, 1879-83 ; Sutton, Neb., 1883-6 ; Syracuse, 1886-8 ; 
without charge, York after, except supplying the churches of Bandolph and 
Bradshaw, 1888-9, and Grafton and Clay Center, 1889-92. Married, 1862, 
Sept. 1, Ann Janette, daughter of Alvah and Lydla (Heald) Whitney, of 
Oberlin, O. Two sons. Died of neurasthenia, 1898, March 18, aged 67 years 
and 4 months. 

Barbbr, Lbman Newman, son of Leman an^d Almlra (Benedict) Barber, 
was bom In Westfleld, O., 1839, March 16. Ordained Christian, Eureka, 
Mich., 1872, Sept. 29; pastor, Beldlng and Vergennes, 1872-5, acting pastor. 
Congregational, Boblnson, 1876-7 ; South Boston, 1877-9 ; Port Jones, Cal., 
and neighboring churches, 1879-81; Soquel and Corralltos, 1881-5; Lincoln, 
1886-7; Paradise, 1887-8; Turlock, 1888-90; Crockett, 1890-2; Hesperla, 
1893-5; Turlock, 1896; without charge, San Jacinot, after. Married, 1860, 

March 8, Henrietta, daughter of Charles and Cornelia (Morehouse) , 

of Ohio. Two children not living. Died In San Diego, of cancer, 1898, 
July 28, aged 59 years, 4 months, and 13 days. 

Barclay, Thomas Dougall, son of James A. and Margaret (Dougall) 
Barclay, was born in York, N. T., 1846, June 5. Geneseo and Johnstown 
Academies; entered Union, but graduated Monmouth College, 1867; entered 
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ton, N. Y., Academy, 1870-2. Ordained, Hamilton, N. T., 1872, Dec. 31, and 
acting pastor there, 1872-3; Kent, Ct., 1873-9; witlioat charge, teaching, 
there, 1879-83 ; acting pastor, Centerbrook, in Essex, 1883-7 ; principal Gil- 
bertviUe, N. Y , Academy, 18&7-8 ; without charge, Kent, Ct., after. Member 
of the legislature, at the time of his death. Married, 1872, March 13, Mary 
Ruth, daughter of Rey. Samuel J. and Mary A. (Finch) White, of Walton, 
N. Y. Of five children, a daughter and three sons living. Died of pneumonia, 
1898, July 20, aged 52 years, 1 month, and 15 days. 

Bastlbtt, Samuel Colcord, d. d., ll. d., son of Samuel Colcord and 
Eleanor (Pettengill) Bartlett, was bom in Salisbury, N. H., 1817, Nov. 25. 
Pinkerton Academy. Graduated Dartmouth College, 1836, and Andover 
Theological Seminary, 1842. Principal Caledonia Grammar School, Peacham, 
Vt., 1886-8; tutor at Dartmouth, 1838-9. Ordained, Monson, Mass., asso- 
ciate pastor, with Rev. A. B.Ely, 1843, Aug. 2, dismissed, 1846, April 7; 
professor intellectual philosophy and rhetoric, Western Reserve College, 
1846-52; installed, Manchester, N. H., 1852, Nov. 3, dismissed, 1857, Feb. 18; 
installed. New England church, Chicago, 111., 1857, April 15, dismissed, 1859, 
March 1; professor of biblical literature, Chicago Theological Seminary, 
1858-77 ; president Dartmouth College, 1877-92; without charge, Hanover, 
after. Lecturer on the relation of the Bible to science and history, in the 
college. Received the honorary d. p. flrom his alma mater in 1861, and 
LL.D. from Princeton, 1878; corporate member of the American Board from 
1860; president of the New Hampshire Missionary Society, 1877-92; member 
of the National Council, 1865, 1888, and 1886. Published: (1) The logic of 
poetry, 1851, pp. 29. (2) The moral relations of the physical sciences ; a 
Commencement oration, 1851, pp. 46. (3) Duty and limitations of civil 
obedience ; a thanksgiving sermon, 1853, pp. 24. (4) Address before Y. M. C. 
A., Manchester, 1854, pp. 16. (5) Evils of party strife; a Fast Day sermon, 
1855, pp. 20. (6) Lectures on modern Universalism, 1856,. pp. 229. (7^ 
Inaugural address at Chicago, 1859, pp. 28. (8) Duties of educated men ; 
alumni address, Dartmouth, 1865, pp. 54. (9) Appeal for ministers, 1865, 
pp. 19. (10) Life and death eternal, 1866, pp. 390. (11) Address before 
the Porter Rhetorical Society, Andover, 1867, pp. 31. (12) Plea for foreign 
missions, 1867, pp. 12. (13) Sketch of the Hawaiian mission, etc., 1869, pp. 
32. (14) Sermon in behalf of the A. H. M. S., 1871, pp. 24. (15) Sketches 
of the missions of the A. B. C. F. M., 1872, pp. 233. (16) The divine forces 
of the gospel; sermon before the A. B. C. F. M., 1872, pp. 27. (17) Future 
punishment, 1875. (18) Dr. Anderson's History of Missions, 1877, pp. 23. 
(19) Inaugural address at Dartmouth College, 1877, pp. 41. (20) Edmund R. 
Peaslee, a memorial discourse, 1878, pp. 78. (21) Centennial oration, Ben- 
nington, Vt., 1879, pp. 26. (22) From Egypt to Palestine, 1879, pp. 555. 
(28) Dartmouth College, as it is, has been, should be and can be, 1881, pp. 11. 

(24) Sources of history in the Pentateuch; Princeton lectures, 1883, pp. 247. 

(25) Baccalaureate sermon ; a positive faith, 1883, pp. 19. (26) The preach- 
ing to the spirits in prison, 1883, pp. 42. (27) American Heroes on mission 
fields : William Goodell, 1884, pp. ,30. (28) The spontaneous element In 
scholarship, 1886, pp. 20. (29) How I was educated: reprint from the 
'* Forum,*' 1886. (80) Baccalaureate sermon ; Christianity in the college, 1886, 
pp. 18. (31) Baccalaureate sermon, 1887, pp. 22. (32) Baccalaureate sermon, 
Guarantees of a noble life, 1888, pp. 15. (33) Dedication of statue to Daniel 
Webster, Concord, 1887, pp. 18. (34) " Study of the ancient classics, 1888, 



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pp. 20. (35) Shortening the college course, 1891, pp. 6. (86) Anniversary 
Addresses, 1894, pp. 517. (37) Knotel's Homer (fh>m Bib. Sac.), 1897, 
pp. 12. (38) The veracity of the Hexateuch. 1897, pp. 404. (39) Higher 
criticism at high-watermark (from Bib. Sac), 1898, pp. 36. (40) New Hamp- 
shire in the Bevolntlon, 1898, pp. 14. (41) Early life of Daniel Webster, 
1898, PP' 10. Married, 1843, Aug. 16, Laura, daughter of Nehemiah and 
Elizabeth (Chamberlain) Bradlee, of Peacham, Vt., who died, Dec. 1. Mar- 
ried, 1846, May 12, Mary Bacon, daughter of Rev. Erastos and Sophia (Bacon) 
Learned, of Lebanon, Ct , who died 1898, April 2. Their children are Prof. 
Edwin J. B., of Dartmouth College; Alice, wife of Bev. H. A. Stimson; and 
Revs. William A. and Samuel C. B.; two children died in infancy. Died of 
chronic heart disease, with gastric complications, 1898, Nov. 16, aged 80 
years, 11 monthsy and 21 days. 

Bbabdslbt, Bronson Burton, son of Nichols and Polly (Burton) Beards- 
ley, was bom in Trumbull, Ct., 1817, Sept. 8. Yale College, 1833-6; and 
received the honorary a. M., 1851; In business, Bridgeport, 1836-45; Union 
Theological Seminary, 1846-7; ordained, White Plains, N. Y., 1850, Oct. 8^ 
and acting pastor there, 1849-50; home missionary, Arkansas, 1850-2; city 
missionary, Hartford, Ct., 1852-8; actiug pastor, Shirley, Mass., 1853-9; 
travelled for his health, 1859-62; without charge, Bridgeport, Ct., after. 
Married, 1848, Nov. 29, Louisa R., daughter of Roswell and Eunice Burton, 
who died 1860, Nov. 20. Married, 1853, Nov. 8, Mary W., daughter of John 
and Lydia (White) Boardman, of Boston. A son died, aged 18. Died of old 
age, 1898, Nov. 26, aged 81 years, 2 months, and 18 days. 

BiXBY, Alanson, son of John and Rebecca (Wellman) Blxby, was born in 
Rutland, Vt., 1818, April 2. He was licensed to preach In 1843, and ordained, 
Methodist, 1850, April 23. He preached In Hornby, N. Y., Grelgsvllle, Mos- 
cow, Canadice, Cohocton, and Shorttract; acting pastor, Congregational, 
Frewsburg, 1869-73; Ashville, 1873-5; Oswego, Kan., 1876-8; Foristell, Mo., 
1878-85; Dehesa, Cal., 1887-96; without charge, San Diego, 1896; Allen, 
N. Y., after. Married, 1838, Cornelia, daughter of Charles Rowe, who died 
at Gallup, N. M., 1898, Oct. 2L Of four childrcD, a son and daughter living. 
Died of old age, 1898, Dec. 15, aged 80 years, 8 months, and 13 days. 

Braduby, Albert Isaac, son of Harmon and Mary (Palmer) Bradley, was 
born in Climax, Mich., 1856, Aug. 10. Graduated Kalamazoo College, 1881. 
Theological study, private. Ordained, Chase, Kan., 1886, Dec. 15, and act* 
ing pastor there, 1885-7 ; Valley Falls, 1887-92 ; Plymouth church, Kansas 
City, Mo., 1892-4; Old Orchard, 1894-7; Shandon, O., 1897-8, May; Pasadena, 
Cal., after. Washington University of St. Louis gave the honorary degree 
of a. m., 1897. Married, 1884, Dec. 31, Jennie B., daughter of Thomas and 
Emily E. (Sargent) Gough, of Battle Creek, Mich. Died of consumption, 
1898, July 21, aged 41 years, 11 months, and 11 days. 

Briggs, William Thomas, son of Cushing Otis and Mercy (Little) Brlggs, 
was bom in Scituate, Mass., 1816, Dec. 1. Graduated, Oneida Institute, 1844, 
and student in theology, there, J844-5 ; resident licentiate, Andover, 1845-6, 
Ordained, North Andover, Mass., 1846, Nov. 4; dismissed, 1856, May 1; in- 
stalled, Princeton, 1856, Feb. 13; dismissed, 1863, Oct. 19; in service of the 
Freedmen*s Bureau. Newberu, N. C, 1864-6; installed, B. Douglas, 1866, 
March 21, and died in office, but released from pastoral charge, and emeritus, 
after 1887. Published: (1) A sermon, 1868, pp. 16. (2) A Thanksgiving 
sermoD, 1879, pp. 31. (3) A Compendium of Doctrine, n. d. Married, 184G, 



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Oct. 20, Harriet Swan, daughter of Henry Ballard and Harriet C. (Swan) 
Dana, of Scituate, who died, 1849, March 7. Married, 1862, Nov. 10, Abble 
L., daughter of Jonathan and Betsey (Qilbert) Davis, of Oxford, Mass. Foar 
children, not living. Died of old age, 1898, Sept. 24, aged 82 years, 9 months, 
and 28 days. 

Buckingham, Samuel Giles, d. d., son of Samuel and Joanna (Matsoo) 
Buckingham, was bom In Lebanon, Ct., 1812, Nov. 18. Graduated, Yale Col- 
lege, 1888, and Theological Seminary, 1836. Ordained, Millbury, Mass., 1837, 
May 24, dismissed, 1847, May; installed, South church, Springfield, Mass., 
1847, June 16, and died in office, but having a colleague, 1885-93; and emeri- 
tus from 1894. His alma mater gave the honorary d. p. in 1869. Member 
of the School Board for some years. Trustee of Williston Seminary, 40 
years; corporate member, A. B. C. F. M., from 1871. Published: (1) Ser- 
mon on the death of Thomas Bond, 1852. (2) Memorial of Mrs. S. W. S. 
Dutton, New Haven, 1863. (3) Discourse on the National Thanksgiving 
for Peace, 1865. (4) Memorial of the PUgrlm Fathers, 1867, pp. 62. (5) 
Historical discourse; 38th anniversary of pastorate, 1877. (6) Life of 
William A. Buckingham, Governor of Connecticut, 1894, pp. 632. Married, 
1837, May 10, Harriet, daughter of Nathaniel William and Rebecca (Hine) 
Taylor, of New Haven, Ct., who died, 1863, Oct. 22. One daughter. Died 
of old age, 1898, July 12, aged 85 years, 7 months, and 24 days. 

BuLLARD, Ebenezer WATERS, SOU of Artemas and Lucy (White) Bullard, 
was born In Sutton, Mass., 1809, Nov. 9. Amherst College, 1830-2. Gradu- 
ated Miami University, 1884, and Lane Theological Seminary, 1837. Or- 
dained, Fitchburg, Mass., 1838, Aug. 8, dismissed, 1852, July 1; installed, 
Royalston, 1852, Sept. 2, dismissed, 1868, Sept. 29 ; installed, Hampstead, N.H., 
1870, Dec. 14, dismissed, 1875, Oct. 26; without charge, Stockbridge, Mass., 
1876-90 ; Kill Buck, N. Y. , after. Represented Royalston one year In the Leg- 
islature. Married, 1838, Sept. 6, Margaret Prentiss, daughter of Oliver and 
Anna (Dickinson) Smith, of Hadley, Mass., who died, 1841, Nov. 2. Married, 
1843, Aug. 15, Harriet Newell, daughter of Dea. William and Dorothy (War- 
ner) Dickinson, of Hadley, who died, 1883, Oct. 4. Of five children, four 
living. Died of old age, 1898, Feb. 4, aged 88 years, 2 months, and 25 days. 

BusHNELL, George, d. d., son of Ensign and Dotha (Bishop) Bushnell, 
was born In New Preston, Washington, Ct., 1818, Dec, 13. Preparatory 
study In Hartford. Graduated, Yale College, 1842. Auburn Theological 
Seminary, 1842-4, and Yale Theological Seminary, 1846. Ordained, Salem 
Street church, Worcester, Mass., 1848, Dec. 13, dismissed, 1856, Dec. ; 
superintendent of Schools, there, 1867-8; installed, Waterbury, Ct., 1868, 
Sept. 29, dismissed, 1865, Jan. 31; installed, Belolt, Wis., 1865, March 2, 
dismissed, 1884, May 5 ; without charge. New Haven, Ct., after, but supplied 
various churches, Durham, 1886-8. Belolt College gave the honorary d. d. 
in 1879, and he was a Fellow of his alma mater from 1888. Married, 1851, 
May 21, Mary Elizabeth, daughter of Ell Whitney and Eliza Maria (O'Brien) 
Blake, of New Haven. One son and three daughters. Died of heart failure, 
succeeding pneumonia, 1898, April 5, aged 79 years, 3 months, and 23 days. 

CoLBT, John Stark, son of Albert and Maria Freeman (Dresser) Colby, 
was born in Manchester, N. H., 1851, Nov. 19. Fryeburg, Me., and Norway 
Academies. Boston Latin School. Reporter and editor Vox Populi, Lowell, 
Mass., until 1891. Andover Theological Seminary, 1891-3. Ordained, Marl- 
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Park church, Des MoiDes, lo., 1898, March- July, when his health gave out. 
Published, ** Agatha," a collection of poems. Married, 1878, Oct. 2, Harriett 
Anne, daughter of Gilea M. and C. Louise Fogg, of Abbot, Me. Of seven 
children, five are living. Died of heart failure, at Abbot, Me., 1898, Nov. 
26, aged 47 years, and 7 days. 

CuTUfiR, Ebbnbzbr, d. d., son of Ezekiel and Betsey (Atkins) Cutler, was 
born in Royalston, Mass., 1822, Aug. 21. Newbury, Vt., Seminary. Gradu- 
ated, Vermont University, 1846, and Andover Theological Seminary, 1848. 
Ordained, St. Albans, Vt., 1850, March 6, dismissed, 1855, July 10; installed. 
Union church, Worcester, Mass., 1855, Sept. 6, dismissed, 1880, Oct. 11, but 
remained pastor emeritus, until death. His alma mater conferred the honor- 
ary D. D. in 1866, and he was a member of the corporation, 1853-7. Member 
of the American Antiquarian Society ; trustee of Worcester Public Library, 
and member of its School Board ; president of Congregational Club. Pub- 
lished: (1) The Rights of the Sword, a Thanksgiving sermon, 1861. (2) 
Social Privileges and Obligations, 1874. (3) Historical Address ; Semi-Cen- 
tennial of Union church, 1886, pp. 40. (4) Life and Letters of Samuel Flsk 
Green, m. d., 1891, pp. 360. Married, 1849, July 25, Experience Jane, daugh- 
ter of John and Experience (Mason) Charlton, of Littleton, N. H., who died 
1859, June 5. Of three children, a son living. Married, 1861, Jan. 10, Marlon 
Cbappell, daughter of Rev. William and Lydla (Sanford) Eaton. Died of 
pneumonia, 1898, Jan. 16, aged 75 years, 4 months, and 25 days. 

Cutler, Elijah, son of Amos and, Sarah (TopUff) Cutler, was bom In 
HoUlston, Mass., 1829, Feb. 14. Lawrence Academy, Groton. Graduated, 
Williams College, 1856, and Andover Theological Seminary, 1862. Teacher, 
Wytheville and Draper's Valley, Va., 1856-9. Attended courses of medical 
lectures In Philadelphia, and at Harvard Medical School, 1858-9; Hartford 
Theological Seminary, 1859-61. Ordained, Conway, Mass., 1868, Sept. 9, dis- 
missed, 1868, Jan. 14; resident licentiate at Andover, 1868-9; acting pastor, 
Greenfield, 1869-71 ; In the service of the Christian Commission, 1864 ; East 
Charlemont, 1871-2; agent, Massachusetts Bible Society, Boston, after. 
Married, 1863, Oct. 12, Ellen Maria, daughter of James and Rebecca (Cham- 
berlain) Tucker, of Dorchester. Of six children, two daughters and two 
sons living. Died of heart failure, 1898, March 2, aged 69 years and 16 days. 

Danielson, Joseph, son of Hezekiah Lord and Laura Storrs (Weaver) 
Danielson, was born in West KlUingly, now Danielson, Ct., 1835, April 20. 
Phillips Andover Academy. Graduated, Williams College, 1861, and Union 
Theological Seminary, 1865. Ordained, Saccarappa, Westbrook, Me., 1865, 
Aug. 9, dismissed, 1869, March 15; installed, Saugerties, N. Y., 1869, Nov. 
15, dismissed, 1877, Feb. 13; installed, Southbridge, Mass., 1877, June 6, 
dismissed, 1888, Aug. 1; installed, Windsor Locks, Ct., 1888, Oct, 3, dis- 
missed, 1890, Sept. 4; acting pastor, Southlngton, 1890-7; without charge, 
after. Married, 1865, Nov. 1, Harriet Frances, daughter of Stowell Leverett 
and Avis Ludentia (Whltmore) Weld, of Danielson. Of six children, three 
are living. Died of pneumonia, at Stamford, 1898, Feb. 207 aged 62 years 
and 10 months. 

Davison, Charles, son of Alpheus and Polly (Hitchcock) Davison, was 
born In Monson, Me., 1826, Jan. 11. Deacon of the church In Monson twenty- 
three years. Ordained, Greenville, Me., 1873, Oct. 22, and acting pastor there 
until death. Member of the legislature, 1887. Married, 1850, Dec. 19, Laura, 
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five children, two are living. Died of inflammation of bile-duct, 1898, Nov 
24, aged 72 years, 10 months, and 13 days. 

Dean, Amos Norman, son of Benjamin and Julia (Phelps) Dean, was bom 
in Wadsworth, O., 1832, Jan. 10. Sharon Academy. Health never permitted 
a coarse of study, but teacher and superintendent of public instruction in 
Iowa for twenty-flve years. Ordained, 1881, Oct. 11, at Alma, Neb. Acting 
pastor, Freewater, 1880-8 ; and Moline, 1880-2 ; Bloominq:ton and neighbor- 
ing churches, 1882-6 ; Cambridge and out-stations, 1886-9 ; Talmage, 1889-90 ; 
Eagle, 1890-3 ; residence, after, Crete, but supplying Douglass, 1893-6, and 
Friend, 1896-7. Married, 1867, Oct. 8, Cynthia Ann, daughter of David Car- 
penter and Olive (Warren) Baker, of Castleton, Vt. Three daughters and 
two sons, one of whom graduated at Andover in 1898. Trustee of Franklin 
and of Weeping Water academies. Died of grip, 1898, April 6, aged 66 years, 
2 months, and 26 days. 

Dbnnbn, Stephen Rollins, d. d., son of Stephen Rollins and Ruth Wins- 
low (Hall) Dennen, was born in Poland, Me., 1826, Nov. 6. Hebron Acad- 
emy. Graduated, Colby University, 1849, and Bangor Theological Seminary, 
1862. Resident licentiate, Andover, 1862-3. Ordained, Watertown, Mass., 
1865, July 11, dismissed, 1862, July 24 j without charge, 1863-4; installed. 
High Street church. Providence, R. I., 1866, March 1, dismissed, 1868, May 
26; installed, Woburn, Mass., 1868, June 24, dismissed, 1871, Dec. 27; 
installed, First church, Lynn, 1872, Nov. 13, dismissed, 1876, March 29; 
Installed, Third church, New Haven, Ct., 1875, April 28, dismissed, 1884, April 
1; without charge, Concord, Mass., 1884-7; West Newton, 1888-93; Los 
Angeles, Cal., 1893-6; acting pastor, Presbyterian church, Long Beach, 1896, 
till death. Married, 1864, Nov. 2, Clara Whitney, daughter of Dr. William 
and Lucy (Whitney) Ludwlg, of Waldoboro, Me. Of seven children, three 
daughters living. Died of paralysis of the heart, 1898, Jan. 18, aged 71 years, 
2 months, and 12 days. 

DiLLBY, Samuel, son of Lewis and Mary (Cooper) Dilley, was born in 
Mill Creek, Pa., 1818, May 1. Graduated, Knox College, 1846. Ordained, 
Methodist Protestant, 1849, Oct. 7. Became Congregationalist, 1864. Acting 
pastor, Virgil, III., residing at Galesburg, 1864-6; Avon and Prairie City, 
1866-8; Cedron and Chili, 1868-64; Newtown and Summer Hill, 1864-6; La- 
fayette, 1867-70; without charge, Galesburg, 1870-3; acting pastor, Reno 
Center, Kan. (now Partridge), 1873-81; Little River, 1882-6; without charge. 
Partridge, after, except preaching at Ford, 1889-90. Married, 1844, Aug. 22, 
Belinda, daughter of Simeon and Minerva (Condlt) Axtell, of Roseville, 111. 
Of ten children, Ave are living. Died of old age, 1898, June 6, aged 80 years, 
1 month, and 4 days. 

Dixon, Julian Howell, son of Rev. Alvin M. and Sarah (Howell) Dixon, 
was born in Chester, a Cincinnati suburb, 0., 1846, March 30. Beloit Acad- 
emy. Graduated, Beloit College, 1867, and Chicago Theological Seminary, 
1871. Ordained, Brandon, Wis., 1871, Sept. 6, dismissed, 1872, Nov. 6; 
acting pastor. Maiden, III., 1873-4; Ridgefleld, Presbyterian church, 1874-7; 
Harvard. 1877-9; Naperville, 1879-82; Chebans^ and Clifton, 1882-6; Tou- 
lon, 1886-92; Chamberlain, S. D., 1892-4; Viroqua, Wis., 1894-8; without 
charge, Beloit, after. Married, 1872, May 23, Esther A., daughter of William 
and Martha J. (Lewis) Reese, of Chicago. One son and three daughters. 
Died of kidney tumor, 1898, Oct. 20, aged 63 years, 6 months, and 20 days. 

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Downer, was born in Macedon, N. Y., 1816, March 21. Teacher for years, 
and Methodist circuit preacher; and after 1860, an Independent, until 
ordained, Prattville, Mich., 1875, May 18; acting pastor, there, 1875-80; with- 
out charge, after, there. Married, 1889, Dec. 15, Abigail, daughter of Joseph 
and Tripheua (Kellogg) Flxley, of Sclpio, N. Y., who died, 1896, Dec. 4. Of 
seyen children, six are living. Died of heart failure, 1898, June 6, aged 82 
years, 2 months, and 15 days. 

Dunham, Moses Earl, d. d., son of Rev. Moses and Roxana (Reals) 
Dunham, was born in Columbia, N. Y., 1825, Feb. 6. Cazenovia Seminary. 
Graduated Hamilton College, 1847. Teacher, New Berlin, and in Sauquolt 
Academy. Studied theology with Rev. Mr. McGrifflth of Sauquolt. Ordained, 
Presbyterian, Clayville, N. Y., 1859, Feb. 15, dismissed, 1863, July; acting 
pastor, Congregational, Westmoreland, 1868-7 ; pastor, Presbyterian, Whltes- 
boro, 1867-73; Johnstown, 1873-80; principal Whitesboro Seminary, for a 
few years ft'om 1880, and his residence was there, after, but acting pastor, 
lllon Presbyterian church, 1882-8; Sidney Congregational church, 1888-9; 
Plymouth church, Utica, 1889-98. Union College gave the honorary degree 
of PH. D., in 1877, and Pennsylvania University, the honorary d. d. Published : 
(1) Here and Hereafter, 1888, pp. 175. (2) The philosophy of prayer, 1892, pp. 
.75. Married, 1851, July 6, Harriet Ursula, daughter of James and Rebecca 
(Morgan) Hughston, of Guilford, N. Y., who died, 1869, April 10. One son. 
Married, 1862, Feb. 25, Lydia M., daughter of David Strong and Ursula Glover 
(Morgan) Johnston, of Sidney. Died of pneumonia, 1898, Dec. 17, aged 78 
years, 10 months, and 11 days. 

DuTCHBB, Norman Herbert, son of Daniel and Emily (Safford) Dutcher, 
was born In St. Albans, Vt., 1870, July 7. St. Albans High School. Gradu- 
ated, Williams College, 1894, and Andover Theological Seminary, 1897 ; Union 
Theological Seminary, 1894-5. Ordained, Vergennes, Vt., 1897, Sept. 14, 
and died in office. Died at Saranac Lake, N. Y., of consumption, 1898, Nov. 
27, aged 28 years, 4 months, and 20 days. 

East, Wiluam Rat, son of Benjamin and Mary (Griggs) East, was born 
InLaGrange, Ga., 1835, Oct. 21. Graduated, University of Virginia, 1867. 
After some years In legal study and practice, studied two years in Columbia 
Theological Seminary. Ordained, Congregational Methodist, Ashland, Ala., 
1867, May 5 ; pastor there, 1867-76 ; of a neighboring circuit of four churches, 
1876-85; Troy, 1886-92. Missionary in Northern Alabama, 1891; acting pas- 
tor, Congregational, Gate City, 1892-6; Sulligent, 1896; without charge, 
Anniston, after. Married, 1857, Dec. 10, Melissa, daughter of John J. and 
Rebecca (Boon) McClary, of Columbia, S. C. Four children. Died of par- 
alysis, 1898, Jan. 26, aged 62 years, 3 months, and 6 days. 

Elsbr, Jacob W., son of Peter and Mary (Crouse) Elser, was born in 
Vermillion, 0., 1838, Jan. 22. Graduated, Wittenberg College, 1866, and one 
year a student in its Theological Seminary. Ordained, Princeton, 111., 1868, 
Oct. 11. Minister in Lutheran churches until 1892; acting pastor, Jewell, 
lo., 1892-4; Edgewood, 1894-6; Annawan, III., 1896-7; without charge, after. 
Married in 1887, Harriet N., daughter of John and Julia Mclntyre, who died in 
Minnesota. Married, 1890. April, Mrs. Florence M. Cross. Two daughters. 
Died in Cedar Rapids, lo., 1898, July 29, aged 60 years, 6 months, and 7 days. 

EvELAND, SABfUEL, SOU of William and Elizabeth (Johnson) Eveland, was 
born in Enniskillen, Canada, 1846, Nov. 15. Ypsilanti Normal School. Grad- 
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Ordained, Wayne, lo., 1884, June 18; acting pastor there and Hickory Grove, 
1884-6; Lamoille, 111., 1885-7; Relnbeck, lo., 1887-92; Los Angeles, Cal., 
1898; Ionia, lo., 1893-4; Ainsworth and Petersburg, Neb., 1896, until death. 
Married, 1884, Aug. 2, Mary Jane, daughter of William and Ann (Rawlings) 
Richardson, of Jacksonville, 111., who died, 1896, March 8. Married, 1897, 
Aug. 26, Bertha L., daughter of W. D. and Emily (Dowding) McAndrew, 
of Ainsworth, Neb. One posthumous daughter. Died of appendicitis, at 
Newman's Grove Hospital, 1898, April 22, aged 51 years, 5 months, and 7 
days. 

Fairbakk, Samxtel Bacon, d. d., son of John Barnard and Hannah Maria 
(Crissey) Fairbank, was born in Stamford, Ct., 1822, Dec. 14. Jacksonville 
Academy. Graduated, Illinois College, 1842, and Andover Theological Sem- 
inary, 1845. Ordained at Jacksonville, 1845, Nov. 16; missionary of the 
American Board in Western India, after, stationed long at Wadale, Bombay, 
and Ahmednagar. His alma mater gave the honorary d. d. in 1877. Married, 
1846, March 26, Abbie, daughter of Deacon James and Polly L. (Crocker) 
Allen, of Oakham, Mass., who died, 1862, Aug. 21. One of three children 
living. Married, 1856, July 31, Mary, daughter of Rev. Henry and Elizabeth 
(Darling) Ballantine, of the same mission, who died, 1878. Jan. 15. Of ten 
children, eight are living. Died at the village of Tangabhadra, Madras 
Presidency, India, of heat apoplexy, 1898, May 31, aged 75 years, 6 months, 
and 17 days. 

Fassett, John, son of Hiram and Olive (Gates) Fassett, was born in Enos- 
bnrg, Yt., 1815, Jan. 17. Enosburg and Poaltney academies. Ordained, 
Methodist, 1846, May ; began his ministry at Elmore, Vt. Removed to 
Illinois in 1866, and became a Congregation alls t in Wisconsin. Acting pas- 
tor, Milton, 1874-6; Hartland, 1876-8; Genesee, 1878-30; Stockbridge, 1880-2; 
without charge, 1882-7 ; acting pastor, Bridgewater, Vt., 1887-8; Guildhall, 
1888-91 ; without charge, Enosburg, after. Married, 1846, Jan. 26, Eunice, 
daughter of Abner and Betsey (Putnam) Doty, who died, 1894, May 7. Of 
six children, a daughter and son, only, are living. Died of kidney disease at 
St. Albans, Vt., 1898, May 10, aged 88 years, 3 months, and 23 days. 

Fox, Jared Ware, son of Amasa and Abagail (Ware) Fox, was bom in 
Sherburne, N. Y., 1810, Dec. 6. Graduated, at Oneida Institute, 1837; Union 
Theological Seminary, 1837-8. Ordained, Adams Basin, N. Y., 1839, Oct. , 
and acting pastor, there, 1839-40 ; Chili, 1841-3 ; Stonechurch, 1844-5 ; Wal- 
worth, 1845-7, ahd 1855-8; Sherburne, 1847-50; Preble, 1850-3; Churchville, 
1853-5; Leroy, 1868-60; Burlingame, Kan., 1861-70, and Ridgeway, 1862-75; 
without charge there, after, except supplying Eanwaka church, 1878-80. 
Married, 1839, Jan. 21, Mercy Chapman, daughter of Jonathan and Rebecca 
(Chapman; Copeland, of Sherburne, N. Y., who died, 1893, April 11. Of six 
sons, four living ; and a daughter died young. Died of softening of the brain, 
1898, March 2, aged 87 years, 2 months, and 28 days. 

Fryer, John P., son of Charles and Martha (Bundy) Fryer, was born in 
Brantford, Out., 1854, Nov. 14. Middlesex Seminary, 1873; Commercial Col- 
lege, London, 1876. Graduated, Michigan College of Medicine and Surgery, 
1893. Ordained, Methodist, at Ridgetown, Out., 1882, April 16; minister at 
Wheatley, 1878-80; Ridgetown, 1880-3; Dresden, 1882-4; Rochester, Mich., 
1885-6 ; Saginaw, 1886-8 ; Lapeer, 1888-90 ; Flint, 1890-2 ; became a Congre- 
gationalist in 1893, and did missionary work in Detroit, 1893-4 ; practised 
medicine in Ypsilanti, 1895, until death. Published : (1) Trials and Duties, 



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1886, pp. 10. (2) Life of Christ. 1894, pp. 200. Married, 1878, Nov. 6, 
Elizabeth S., daoghter of Mitchell and Harriet (Swartz) Walker, of Olcncoe, 
Ont. Of foar children, two daaghters and a son living. Died of heart fall- 
are, 1898, Aug. 25, aged 43 years, 9 months, and 11 days. 

Gallup, Jambs Austin, son of Deacon Russell and Hannah (Morgan) 
Gallnp, was bom In Groton, Ct., In the part now Ledyard, 1828, Not. 15. Ba- 
con Academy, Colchester, and Phillips Andover Academy. Graduated Yale 
College, 1851, and Theological Seminary, 18'>4. Ordained, Essex, Ct., 1854, 
May 17, dismissed, 1865, Oct. 4 ; Installed, Madison, 1865, Nov. 2, dismissed, 
1893, Not. 2, but remafned pastor emeritus until death. Published : (1) Fu- 
neral sermon of Capt. Henry L. Champlln, 1859, pp. 20. (2) Historical 
Discourse, 1877, pp. 48. (3) Ecclesiastical History of East Guilford, now 
Madison, 1889. (4) Discourse on a Pastorate of Forty Tears, 1898, pp. 28. 
Married, 1854, June 21, Emily T., daughter of Ezra Stiles and Eliza (Church) 
Hubbard, of New HsTen, who died 1870, May 8. Married, 1876, Not. 28, 
Charlotte Rogers, daughter of ReT. Samuel R. and Mary (Daggett) Andrew, 
of New HaTen. Died of degeneration of the heart, 1898, Jan. 30, aged 74 
years, 2 months, and 15 days. 

GooDHTTS, Daniel, son of Ebenezer and Mehltable (Knight) Goodhue, was 
bom in Antrim, N. H., 1820, Sept 12. Graduated, Gilmanton Theological 
Seminary, 1848. Ordained, Bradford, N. H., 1848, May 3, dismissed, 1858, 
Aug. 8 ; acting pastor, Shelburne, 1853-4 ; Installed, Danbury, 1855, March 2, 
dismissed, 1860, March 28; acting pastor, Greenfield, 1860-4; Troy, 1864, 
Oct.-, 1868, June; Troy and Westfleld, Vt., 1868-71; Londonderry, 1871-3; 
Rupert, 1873-4; Pomfiret, 1874-5; without charge, Pembroke, N. H., 1880-90; 
Burlington, Yt., 1876-80, and 1890, until death. Member of the schoolcom- 
mittee in Danbury, and Troy, N. H. Married, 1848, Aug. 15, Mary Potter, 
daughter of Zebedee and Lucy (Potter) Morrill, of Gilford, N. H., who 
died, 1889, Aug. 31. One of two daughters living. Died of bilious fcTer, 
1898, Oct. 23, aged 78 years, 1 month, and 11 days. 

Goodrich, Lewis, son of John and Susan (Bosworth) Goodrich, was born 
in Bingham, Me., 1817, Jan. 20. Bangor Classical School. Graduated, Bow- 
doin College, 1845, and Bangor Theological Seminary, 1848. Acting pastor, 
Dedham, Me., 1848, nntil ordained there, 1850, Jan. 1, dismissed, 1853, Oct. 
20; acting pastor, Sedgwick, 1853-6; installed, Pembroke, N. H., 1857, May 
• 13, dismissed, 1868, March 17, but had serTed as acting pastor at Strathara, 
1865-8; Wells, Me., 1868-72; Auburn, West, 1872-5; installed, Warren, 
1875, Nov. 3, dismissed, 1878, Aug. 26; acting pastor, Lovell, 1878-^3; 
Danbury, N. H., 1883-5; without charge, Manchester, after. Married, 1848, 
Nov. 26, Lucy Ann, daughter of Allen and Lucy (Russell) Baker, of Moscow, 
Me. Two daughters and five sons, two of whom are Revs. Charles L. and 
Lincoln B. Goodrich. Died of kidney disease, at the home of his son in Marl- 
boro, Mass., 1898, Feb. 15, aged 81 years and 25 days. 

Granger, John Leavitt, son of John and Susan (Stone) Granger, was 
born in Monroe County, N. Y., 1824, Oct. 2. Brockport Academy. Gradu- 
ated, Chicago Theological Seminary, 1866. Ordained, Bristol, ill., 1866, 
July 12. Acting pastor, there, 1866-8; Oneida, Altona, and Macomb, 1869-73; 
Sandwich, 1873-8; Granville, 1878-82; Banker HIU and Polo, 1882-4; Mill- 
bank, S. D., 1884-7; Canton, 1887-9; Lake Preston, 1889-93; without 
charge, Prescott, lo., after. Married, 1849, Not. 20, Laura Jane, daughter 
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dren, two are living. Died of heart failure, 1898, Oct. 24, aged 74 years and 
22 days. 

Orassie, Thomas Gordon, son of George and Elizabeth (Field) Grassie, 
was born in Kildrammie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, 1831, Nov. 29. Bolton 
(Mass.) High School. Graduated, Amherst College, 1857. Principal, Barre 
High School, 1857-60. Andover Theological Seminary, 1860-3, but left 
to enter the army. Ordained, at Andover, 1868, March 31. Chaplain 108th 
N. Y. Volunteers, 1863-5. Acting pastor, Richmond, Me., 1865-7; installed, 
Methuen, Mass., 1867, Sept. 10, dismissed, 1873, Aug. 2; installed, Appleton, 
Wis., 1873, Oct. 22, dismissed, 1875, Feb. 24; acting pastor, Oshkosh, 1875-6, 
but dismissed by council, 1876, July 18; Sycamore, 111., 1877-80; Installed, 
Keokuk, lo., 188U, May 4, dismissed, 1883, Nov. 6; secretary and superinten- 
dent, Wisconsin Home Missionary Soeiety, 1888-9, of the North Wisconsin 
Home Missionary Society, 1892, until death. Published : (1) Why am I a 
Congregationalist? 1879, pp. 10. (2) Doctrinal Creeds as Tests of Church 
Membership. (3) The Bible Burned, 1896, pp. 13. Married, 1863, April 7, 
Mary Elizabeth, daughter of Henry and Sallie (Wadswortb) Holbrook, of 
Barre, Mass. Of eight children, four daughters and two sons living. Died of 
diabetes, 1898, April 28, aged 66 years and 5 months. 

Gt7RNBT, John Hopkins, son of Joseph and Lois (Hopkins) Gurney, was 
born in Dover, Me., 1821, Sept. 21. Graduated, Oberlin College, 1845, and 
Andover Theological Seminary, 1849. Ordained, St. Johnsbury, East, Vt., 
1850, Feb. 22, dismissed, 1855; installed. New Braintree^Mass., 1856, April 
23, dismissed, 1869, July 7; installed, Foxcroft and Dover, Me., 1869, Oct. 19, 
dismissed, 1875, June 10; acting pastor, Neponset, Mass., 1876-7; Harvard, 
1878-80; Humboldt, lo., 1880-2; Dover, S. D., 1882-8; without charge there, 
after. Married, 1849, Sept. 21, Susan, daughter of Thomas and Betsey (Rose) 
Irvine, of Perkins, O., who died, 1892, July 22. Seven children. Died of 
angina pectoris, 1898, Dec. 7, aged 77 years, 2 months, and 16 days. 

Hart, Inoraham Thornton, son of James Reuben and Emeline Shaw 
(Robertson) Hart, was born in Mills Village, Nova Scotia, 1869, Dec. 23. 
Graduated, Halifax Business College, 1889; Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, 
1893; Syracuse University, 1897. Ordained, Woodville, N. Y., 1898, July 28, 
and died in office. Married, 1897, June 11, Jennie Elizabeth, daughter of 
Rev. Dr. William R. and Mary A. (Mather) Benham, of Clifton Springs, N. Y. 
Died of typhoid fever, 1898, Oct. 11, aged 28 years, 9 months, and 18 days. 

Hawlbt, John Philo, son of Philo and Alma (Wheeler) Hawley, was 
bora in Norfolk, Ct., 1829, April 24. Norfolk and Rockwell Academies, 
Studied law, and some time in business. Graduated, Hartford Theological 
Seminary, 1869. Ordained, South Coventry, Ct., 1869, Dec. 1, dismissed, 1875, 
Feb. 28; installed, Talcottville, 1875, April 28, dismissed, 1879, Jan 31; act- 
ing pastor, Chester,.1879-80; installed. Westerly, R. I., 1881, Oct. 5, dismissed, 
1883, Oct. 16; acting pastor, Stafford Springs, 1883-8; New Hartford, 1888- 
97; without charge, Monson, Mass., after. Married, 1854, Aug. 3, Imogene, 
daughter of Harris and Sarah (Jopp) Brown, of Winsted, Ct. One of two 
sons living, and one daughter. Died of nervous prostration, in Hartford 
asylum, 1898, July 5, aged 69 years, 2 months, and 11 days. 

Hazen, Allen, d. d., son of Rev. Austin and Frances Mary (Dana) Ha- 
zen, was born in Hartford, Yt., 1822, Nov. 30. Thetford and Kimball Union 
Academies. Graduated. Dartmouth College, 1842, and Andover Theological 
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B. C. F. M. in Western India, 1846-72, bat in the United States, 1858-63, re- 
siding at Somers, Ct., Springfield. Mass., and Newbnry, Vt. : wlthont charge, 
New Haven, Ct., 1872-4; acting pastor, Springfield, Mass., Hope Chapel, 
1874; Pomfret. Vt., 1875-7; Norwich, 1877-9; Agawam, Mass., 1879-81; 
Deerfield. 1882-9; Hartland, Vt., 1889-91; with the Maratha mission, 
again, 1891-4; without charge, Washington, D. C, 1895, until death. 
His alma mater gave the honorary d. d. in 1878. He was a delegate to the 
International Congregational Council, In London, in 1891, going on from that 
to his last India visit. The coincidences between the records of Drs. Fair- 
bank and Hazen, in birth, life, and death are striking. Married, 1846, Sept. 
18, Martha Ramsey, daughter of Oliver and Anne (Pierce) Chapin, of Somers, 
Ct., a graduate and teacher at Mt. Holyoke Seminary, who died, 1884, Jan. 
20. One of three sons, and two of .four daughters living, one of the latter 
being wife of the Rev. L. S. Gates of the Maratha Mission. Died of cerebral 
I eflhsion, 1898, May 12, aged 75 years, 5 months, and 12 days. 

HonsB, William, son of Joseph and Amanda (Cadwell) House, was born 
in Houseville, N. Y., 1826, Dec. 24. In business, Utlca, 1843-9. LoWville 
Academy. Graduated, Princeton College, 1854, and Theological Seminary, 
1857. Ordained, Presbyterian, Londonderry, N. H., 1857, Oct. 7, dismissed, 
1873, March 1; acting pastor, Barrlngton, R. I., until Installed, 1874, Oct. 22, 
dismissed, 1886, July 7; assistant pastor, Union church. Providence, 1886-8; 
Plymouth church, 1888-90; and of Beneficent church, 1891-7; without charge, 
after. Statistical secretary for Rhode Island, 1896, till death. Married, 
1859, June 1, Frances, daughter of Rev. Thomas and Lucy (Woodruflf) Sav- 
age, of Bedford, N. H. One daughter and three sons. Died of peritonitis, 
1898, April 3, aged 71 years, 3 months, and 9 days. 

Hunting, Bruce Samubl, son of Samuel and Mary (Webster) Hunting, 
was born In Elgin, III., 1848, June 27. Preparatory study at Byron, 111. ; 
graduated, Flillsdale College, 1873, and tutor there, 1874. Ordained, 1875, 
Prairie du Lac, Wis. ; acting pastor, Sublette, III., 1876-6 ; principal, prepara- 
tory department, Berea College, 1876, and professor of Latin, until death ; also 
associate pastor of Berea church nearly twenty years, and acting pastor, 
Clover Bottom, 1880-7. Vice-president, Berea College, 1897, until death. 
Married, 1878, July 25, Melinda Jane, daughter of John and Fhcebe (Still well) 
Neeley, of Seward, 111., who died, 1881, Feb. 16. One son. Married, 1883, 
Dec. 26, Julia, daughter of Dr. Amos and Harriet (McCarty) Scott, of 
Seward, 111. One of two daughters living. Died In Chicago, of spinal disease, 
1898, Sept. 11, aged 50 years, 2 months, and 14 days. 

IDB, Jacob, son of Rev. Jacob and Mary (Emmons) Ide, was born In West 
Medway, Mass., 1828, Aug. 7. Franklin and Leicester Academies. Gradu- 
ated, Amherst College, 1848. Teacher In Lexington, Leicester, and Boston, 
1848-51. Studied theology with his father, and was a Resident at Andover, 
1855. Ordained, Mansfield, Mass., 1856, March 26, and died in office. Trus- 
tee of Wheaton Seminary. Member of the House of Representatives, 1864, 
and of the Senate, 1866. Published, Dedication sermon. Married, 1859, 
March 24, Ellen Maria, daughter of Hon. John and Maria (Williams) Rogers, 
who died, 1891, Feb. 24. One son. Died, 1898, March 23, aged 74 years, 7 
months, and 16 days. 

JoNBS, John, son of Thomas and Elizabeth Jones, was born in Llanrheaden 
N. Wales, 1816, Feb. 14. Some years in school in Shrewsbury, England, and 
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1841, Jan. He lived in Smethcott, near Shrewsbury, England, 1849-68, and 
organized Welsh churches in Newtown, Hanley. Wolverhampton, and Bir- 
mingham. Pastor, Gomer, O., 1868-70; Colnmbus, 1870-2, and 1878-80; 
Racine, Wis., 1872-6; Newburg, O., 1875^; Washington, and Lucas, 
installed, 1883, April 18, dismissed, 1884, Oct. 21.; without charge, Columbns, 
after, except in acting pastor, Coolville, 1887-9. Married, 1841, May 1, Anne, 
daughter of Athelstan and Jane Owens, of Llanbrymair, N. Wales, who died, 
1886, March 18 ; ten children. Married, 1887, Mrs. Francis, who died, 1889. 
Married, 1891, Mrs. Davies, of Big Rock, III., who died, 1895. Died of 
apoplexy, 1897, June 29, as^ed 81 years, 4 months, and 16 days. 

Jones, John Harrison, son of William and Alice (Harrison) Jones, saw 
born in Aberdare, Wales, 1814, March. Baran Academy. Ordained Cincin- 
nati, O., 1842; pastor there, 1842-8; Pomeroy, 1848-57; Columbus, 1857-60; 
without charge, 1860-4; pastor, Delaware, O., 1864-87; without charge 
there, 1887-97; Radnor, after. Married, 1847, Lydia, daughter of Morris and 
Margaret (Sephton) Jones, of Paddys Run, O. Four children died young. 
Died of old age, 1898, Aug. 21, aged 84 years and 6 months. 

JoNBS, Zachariah, educated at Tallades^a, ordained, 1895, June 9, and 
acting pastor, Kymulga, Ala , 1895-6, and SAuford, N. C, 1896. Died at Grove 
Hill, Ala., of consumption, 1897, Aug. 26. 

Kellt, George Washington, son of Nathaniel and Eatherine (Sur- 
baugh) Kelly, was born in Lewisburg, W. Va., 1808, Aug. 6. Lewlsburg 
Academy. Graduated, Athens (Ohio) University, 1830, and Andover Theo- 
logical Seminary, 1833. Ordained, Hamilton, Mass., 1834, July 3, dismissed, 
1850, June 12 ; without charge, Haverhill, after, some years deacon of the 
Center church, and clerk of the church and parish. Married, 1836, May 24, 
Mary, daughter of Dana and Sarah (Colby) Marsh, of Haverhill. Of two 
children, one is living. Died of psoriasis, 1898, Aug. 16, aged 90 years and 
11 days. 

Kennedy, Samuel C, was ordained in 1886, and acting pastor at Ft. 
Meade, Fla., 1886-7; New Smyrna, 1887-90; Sanford, 1890-2; without charge, 
Jacksonville, 1894-6 ; Aberdeen, Miss., after, where he died in 1897. Diligent 
inquiry has failed to secure more information. 

Kidder, John Sumner, son of John and Rachel (Shepard) Kidder, was 
bom in Crown Point, N. Y., 1811, Jan. 22. Burr Seminary. Graduated, Am- 
herst College, 1839, and Andover Theological Seminary, 1842. Acting pastor, 
Canton, Mass., 1842-8; ordained, Alstead, N. H., 1843, Sept. 12; acting pas- 
tor, Schoolcraft, Mich., 1843-7; Leone, 1847-9; Wayne, 1848-61; Litchfield, 
1861-6; Eaton Rapids, 1855-9; Windsor, 1859-64; Wayland and Hopkins, 
1864-7; Rockford, 1867-9; Rochester, 1869-71; New Haven, 1871-4; Nunica 
and Robinson, 1874-6; Hopkins, 1876-9; without charge, there, after. Mar- 
lied, 1843, Aug. 29, Mary Anne, daughter of Ezra and Calista (Taft) Kidder, 
of Alstead, N. H., who died, 1896, May 29. Died of old age, 1897, Oct. 18, 
aged 86 years, 8 months, and 26 days. 

Love, William DeLoss, d. d., son of William and Lucinda (Oaks) Love, 
was born in Barre, N.^Y., 1819, Sept. 29. Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, Lima, 
N. Y. Graduated, Hamilton College, 1843, and Yale Theological Seminary, 
1847. Andover Theological Seminary, 1844-6. Ordained, Howe Street, 
church, New Haven, Ct., 1848, April 6, dismissed, 1852, March 9; acting pas- 
tor, Eastern Congregational church, New York, 1852 ; installed, Berlin, Ct., 
1853, Oct. 6 ; dismissed, 1867, Nov. 23 ; installed, Spring street church, Mil- 



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waukee, Wis., 1868, Feb. 2, dismissed, 1871, July 2; installed, East Saginaw, 
Mich., 1871 , July 9, dismissed, 1876, Nov. 26 ; without charge, Andover, Mass, , 
1877-8; installed, Soath Hadley, 1879, May 7, dismissed, 1889, Aug. 81 ; with- 
out charge, Hartford, Ct., and St. Paul, Minn., after. His alma mater gave 
the honorary D. d. In 1871. Trustee of Ripon and Olivet colleges; trustee 
and secretary of the Board of Mt. Holyoke Seminary. In the service of the 
U. S. Christian Commission. Published : (1) Obedience to Rulers, 1851, 
pp. 16. (2) The Child's Book of Slavery, 1867, pp. 143. (3) The Divine Law 
in the Physical Being, 1859, pp. 20. (A) The Re-opening of the African 
Slave Trade, 1860. (6) Smitten, but not as our Enemies, 1865, pp. 8. (6) 
Wisconsin In the War of the Rebellion, 1866, pp. 1144. (7) The Just made 
Perfect; ftmeral sermon, on Mrs. E. J. P. Brown, 1868, pp. 14. (8) The 
Chief Object of Sabbath Schools, 1872. (9) The Sabbath School as an Aid 
to Popular Education, 1876. (10) Women Keeping Silenfte in the Churches, 
1878, pp. 45. (11) Sermon at the ftmeral of Bev.E. J. Montague, 1880, pp. 14. 
(12) Method of the World's Conversion, 1881. (13) Christ Preaching to the 
Spirits in Prison, 1883, pp. 167. (14) The Reforming Power of the Gospel, 
1885, pp. 18. (15) The New Congregational Creed Insufficient, 1885, pp. 21. 
(16) The Holy Spirit's Office with Mankind, 1886, pp. 15. (17) The Preach- 
ing by Missionaries to the Heathen, 1887, pp. 4. (18) future Probation Ex- 
amined, 1888, pp. 323. (19) The Sunday Question, 1889, pp. 7. (20) St. Paul 
and Woman, 1894, pp. 144. (21) Sabbath and Sunday, 1896, pp. 326. Mar- 
ried, 1847, Sept. 9, Matilda L. Wallace. Of seven children, two daughters 
and four sons living : two of these are Revs. William D. and Archibald L. 
Love. Died of paralysis, in St. Paul, Minn., 1898, Sept. 5, aged 78 years, 11 
months, and 6 days. 

McCoNOUGHBY, AUSTIN Nbhemiah, SOU of Davld and Mary (Cartter) 
McConoughey, was born In Balnb ridge, O., 1812, Aug. 30. Oberlln prepara- 
tory. Graduated, Oberlin Theological Seminary, 1842 ; and ordained there, 
1842, Aug. 23. Acting pastor, Dover, 0., 1841-8; Brooklyn, 1843-4; Lodi, 
1844-7; Pittsfield, 1847-51; Chester Cross Roads, Free Will Baptist church, 
1862-5 ; New Lyme, 1855-7 ; EUiuffton, N. Y., 1857-61 ; Adrian, Mich., 1861-3 ; 
without charge, Caro, 1863-73 ; Metamora, III., 1874-6 ; Bowensburg, 1876-80 ; 
Fredonla and Freeport, Mich., 1880-6; without charge, Caro, after. Pub- 
lished: (1) Sin, Its Nature and Conditions. (2) Free Communion of the 
Saints, the Law of the Lord's Supper. Married, 1835, April 1, Martha M., 
daughter of Josiah and Sally (Fuller) Nettleton, of Bainbridge, O., who died, 
1897, April 19. Of five children, a son and two daughters living. Died of 
heart failure, 1898, April 14, aged 85 years, 7 months, and 14 days. 

McCuNE, Robert, son of and Agnes (McCune) McCune, was 

born in Pittsburg, Pa., 1825, Dec. 17. Ordained, Wesleyan Methodist, 1849. 
Editor Christian Statesman^ Mansfield, O., 1853-6; and of a paper, N.Fair- 
field, 1866-8, and acting pastor, Congregational church, there, 1856-61 ; 
Bucyrus, 1861-2; post chaplain, Johnson's Island, 1862-6; acting pastor, 
Kelley's Island, 1865-8 ; managing editor, Toledo Blade, 1868-73 ; also pastor, 
Sylvania, 1869-73; customs appraiser, 1873-7; and pastor, Presbyterian 
church, Erie, Mich., 1873-6, and of the 3d Congregational church, Toledo, 
1876-81; Kokomo, Ind., 1881-7; Ironton, 0., 1887-8; editor Worthlngton, 
Minn., Advance, 1888-93; and acting pastor, Presbyterian church, 1889-91, and 
Congregational church, 1891-7 ; Sherburne, after until death. Member of the 
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Tied, 1848, Aug. 1, Caroline B., daaarhter of Rev. Edward and Harriet (Allen) 
Smith, who died, 1876, Nov. 27. Of eight children, seven are living. Mar- 
ried, 1883, Feb. 28, Julia M., daughter of Hudson B. and Arethusa (Darwin) 
Hall, of Dundee, Mich. Died of cystitis, 1898, Feb. 17, aged 72 years and 2 
months. 

McGregor, Alexander, son of Rev. Dugald and Lucy (MacDougal) 
McGregor, was born in Glasgow, Scotland, 1834, April 3. Graduated, Edin- 
burgh University, and the Congregational College at Toronto. Ordained, 
BrockvlUe, Oat., 1863, Sept. 11, and pastor there, 1863-71; Yarmouth, N. S., 
1871-82; Pawtucket, R. I., after. Secretary of the Rhode Island Home Mis- 
sionary Society from 1887; trustee of Wheaton Seminary; fellow of the 
senate of Halifax University, N. S. ; president of the Rhode Island Congrega- 
tional Club, 1874-6; corporate member of the A. B. C. F. M., from 1897. 
Married, 1868, June 9, Mary, daughter of Alexander and Jessie (McNevin) 
MacDougal. Of nine children, seven are living. Died of acute inflammation 
of the bowels, 1898, Dec. 23, aged 64 years, 8 months, and 20 days. 

Mackie, Thomas, was born in 1814, March 22. Ordained, 1874, April 26; 
acting pastor, West Townshend, Vt., 1885-3 ; without charge. South London- 
derry, after. Married, 1880, Aug. 23, Elizabeth Borland, who died in Cam- 
bridgeport, Vt. One son, not livina:. Married, 2d, Mrs. Rosina L. (Rice) 
Eddy, who died, 1894, May 11. Died, 189fi, June 30, aged 82 years, 3 months, 
and 8 days. 

Mardbk, Alfred C, son of Jeremiah Gordon and Nancy (Marden) Mar- 
den, was born in Epsom, N. H., 1860, June 13. Preached as a licentiate at 
Little Willow, Wis.,*1883-9, residing at Ithaca; ordained, at Neptune, 1889, 
Jan. 6, and acting pastor there, and at Loyd, 1889-91; White Creek, after, 
until death. Married, 1874, Feb. 14, Ella J., daughter of Putnam E. and Har- 
riet C. (Eggleston) Fuller, of Ironton, Wis. Of four children, two are 
living. Died of heart failure, 1898, Feb. 1, aged 47 years, 7 months, and 18 
days. 

Miller, Simeon, son of Daniel and Parmela (Jones) Miller, was born In 
Ludlow, Mass., 1815, March 20. Hopkins (Hadley) Academy. Graduated, 
Amherst College, 1840, and Andover Theological Seminary, 1844. Acting 
pastor, Ireland parish, West Springfield (now Holyoke), Mass.. 1844, until 
ordained, 1846, May 7, dismissed, 1870, Feb. 9; installed, South Deerfield, 
1870, April 13, dismissed, 1872, May 21; acting pastor, Ludlow Mills, 1872-3; 
without charge, Springfield, after, except acting pastor, Andover, Ct., 1876- 
82, and Agawam, Mass., 1883. Member, Holyoke School Board, 1859-66, and, 
many years, its chairman ; superintendent of schools, 1865-6 ; member of the 
legislature, 1865; on Deerfield School Board, 1870. Married, 1849, Sept. 11, 
Charlotte Amelia, daughter of Noble and Miriam (Wolcott) Ewing, of Phila- 
delphia, Pa., who died, 1851, Oct. 29. Married, 1860, Jan. 3, Lucretia White, 
daughter of Ezra and Lucretia (Bingham) Lamb, of Heath, Mass., who died, 
1882, March 17. Of six children, three sons are living. Died of apoplexy, 
1898, March 29, aged 83 years and 9 days. 

Northrop, . BiRDSKY Grant, ll. d., son of Thomas Grant and Aurelia 
(Curtiss) Northrop, was born in Kent, Ct., 1817, July 18. Preparatory 
study at Ellington. Graduated, Yale College, 1841, and Theological Sem- 
inary, 1846. Ordained, Saxonville, Framlngham, Mass., 1847, March 10, 
dismissed, 1867, Nov. 6; agent, Massachusetts Board of Education, 1857-67- 
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until 1878, and at Clinton, after, until death. Williams College gave thehon* 
orary degree of ll. d., 1872. Member of the Board of Visitors at West Point; 
1863-4; president of the American Institute of Instruction, 1864-^; of the 
National Association of School Superintendents, 1866 ; and of the National 
Educational Association, 1873 ; one of the trustees of Smith College, named 
in the will of its founder; and a trustee of Hampton Institute. He was a lec- 
turer before the Lowell Institute. Boston, and the Peabody Institute, Balti- 
more. He was the guardian of the first Japanese girls educated in this 
country, and was received, on a visit to Japan, in 1895, with special honor. 
He lectured widely on Village Improvement, Arbor Day, and educational 
subjects. Published: (1) Education Abroad, 1873, pp. 176. (2) Tree Plant- 
ing and Schools of Forestry in Europe, 1877. (3) Schools of Forestry, 1878. 
(4) Schools and Communism, 1879. (5) Examination of Teachers, 1880. 
(6) Groton Centennial, 1881. (7) Lessons from European Schools, 1882. (8) 
Rural Improvement, 1882. (9) Menticulture, Agriculture, 1881. (10) For- 
ests and Floods, 1886. (11) Legal Prevention of Illiteracy. (12) Village 
Improvement, 1891. (13) Arbor Day in Schools, 1882. (14) The Bible as 
an Educator, 1895. Also, many leaflets. Married, 184'), Feb. 18, Harriet E., 
daughter of Jeremiah and Charity (Scudder) Chichester, who died, 1892, Feb. 
20. Of five children, a son and daughter are living. Died of heart failure, 
1898, April 27, aged 80 years, 9 months, and 9 days. 

Nutting, Qborgb Barrett, son of William and Mary (Hubbard) Nutting, 
was born in Randolph, Vt., 1826, March 11. Randolph High School. Grad- 
uated, Dartmouth College, 1847. Teacher, Pembroke (N. H.) Academy, 
Orange County ( Vt.) Grammar School, and LaGrange Institute, Ind. Western 
Reserve Theological Seminary, 1850. Ordained at Randolph, 1851, Aug. 25; 
missionary, A. B. C. F. M., in Turkey, at Aintab and Oorfa, 1853>68; acting 
pastor, Brownsdale, and Lansing, Minn., 1869>71; Greenfield, O., 1871-3; 
Oramel, N. Y., 1873-8; Hancock, Minn., 1879-88; Lafayette, Colo., 1890-1; 
without charge, Denver, Colo., 1891-3; Pelham,N. Y., after. Married, 1852, 
Dec. 28, Sarah Elvira, daughter of Dr. Louis L. and Susan (Bacon) Hodges, 
of Geneva, N. Y., who died, 1854, July 9. Married, 1856, June 16, Susan 
Alice Hodges, her sister. Of nine children, four sons are living. Died of old 
age, at Black Mountain, N. C, 1898, Feb. 26, aged 71 years, 11 months, and 
16 days. 

Olmsted, Franklin White, son of Asher and Sarah (Barber) Olmsted, 
was born in Benson, Vt., 1810, July 7. Castleton Seminary. Graduated, 
Middlebury College, 1838. Teacher, LeRoy, N. Y., 1838-40 and 1843-6; Men- 
don, where he studied theology with Rev. Mr. Sherwood, 1840-3 ; Riga, 1845-8. 
Ordained, Bridport, Vt., 1848, July 11, dismissed, 1868, Feb. 24; hospital 
chaplain of volunteers, at Philadelphia, 1868-5 ; principal, Burr and Burton 
Seminary, Manchester, Vt., 1866-7; acting pastor. East Dorset, 1867-70; 
Townshend, 1870-7; Williston, 1877-82; Bridport, again, 1883-7; without 
charge, Burlington, after. Member of the legislature, 1857-9 and 76, and 
of the Constitutional Convention ; and thirteen years, school superintendent. 
Moderator of the General Convention, at St. Johnsbury, 1881. Married, 1839, 
Sept. 15, Mary, daughter of Samuel and Jennet (Howard) McCottler, of 
Orwell, who died, 1875, May 19. Of ten children, two sons and two daugh- 
ters living. Married, 1877, Jan. 10, Frances Augusta, daughter of Asa and 
Eliza Maria (Merrill) Adams, of Fairport. N. Y. Died of old age, 1898, Jan. 
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OsTROM, Alvin, son of Peter and Margaret (Colgrreve) Ostrom, was born 
inRhlnebeck, N. Y., 1831, Jan. 10. Graduated, Rutgers College, 1865, and 
Theological Seminary, 1868. Ordained, at New Durham, N. J., 1858, May 31, 
a missionary to China, of the Reformed Board of Missions. Amoy, China, 
1858-66; pastor, Franklin, N. Y., 1866-9; Tomhannock, 1869-71; State Cen- 
ter, lo., 1871-4; Nevada, 1874-6; San Luis Obispo, Cal., 1876-9; without 
charge, Santa Barbara, 1879-80; acting pastor, Oroville, 1880-2; Murphy*s, 
1882-5, supplying thirteen churches of Calaveras County; Eohala, Hawaii, 
1896, until death. Married, 1858, Aug. 30, Susan, daughter of John and Susan 
(Conover) Webster, of Newark, N. J., who died, 1866, May 6. A son and 
two daughters. Married, 1868, July 29, Frances Maria, daughter of Hiram 
Dwight and Sarah Jane (^Wlswall) Pierce, of Troy, N. Y. A daughter and 
two sons. Died of aneurism of the heart, 1898, Feb. 27, aged 67 years, 
1 month, and 17 days. 

OwBNS, Owen, son of Morris and Mary (Binon) Owens, was born In Llan- 
gian, Carnarvonshire, Wales, 1819, Nov. 21. Ordained, at Llanwrtyd, 
Breconshlre, 1842, Dec. 21; and preached In Wales, twenty-three years, 
seventeen in Brynmanyn, 1846-63; acting pastor, Pittston, Pa., 1866-7; Coal 
Valley, 111;, one year; Long Creek, lo., 1868-72; Birmingham, Pa., 1871-7; 
without charge. Red Oak, lo., 1878-81; acting pastor, Mt. Zion church, 
Bewey, Wis., most of the time, after. Married, 1843, May 20, Sarah, daughter 
of John and Ann Evans, of Llandovery , who died in 1861, Aug. 10. Of seven 
children, four are living, two sons and two daughters. Married, 1866, May 
30, Catherine, daughter of David and Mary (Ho wells) Edwards, of Dundaff, 
Pa. Of four children, one son living. Died, apoplexy, 1898, April 25, aged 
78 years, 6 months, and 4 days. 

Phillips, Sbm, son of Thomas and Sarah Phillips, was born In Caermar- 
thenshire, Wales, 1821, Jan. 21. Ffrwdyval Academy. Gradtiated Brecon 
College, South Wales, 1847. Ordained, Llangynide, Bracknockshire, 1847, 
June; pastor there, 1847--65; Llantrisant, GlamorGranshire, 1865^6; acting 
pastor, Steuben, N. Y., 1866-72; DodgevlUe, Wis., 1872-94; Delafleld, Wau- 
kesha, 1894, until death. Married, 1884, Nov. 27, Sarah A., daughter of Rev. 
John D. and Mary (Davles) Davies. Died of heart disease, 1898, Jan. 26, 
aged 77 years and 5 days. 

Platt, M. Faykttb, was bom in Milford, Ct., 1822, June 4. Ordained at 
Tabor, lo., 1863, Nov. 11. Acting pastor, Pacific, lo., 1866-74; Hastings, 
Neb., 1874-6; Lincoln, 1877, supplying various churches In the vicinity; 
San Diego, Cal., 1887-92, doing general missionary work; and at National 
City after. Married, 1851, Sept. 10, Tlrza Parsons, at Oberlln, O., who 
died, 1888, April 15. Of four sons, three are living. Died, 1898, July 11, 
aged 76 yearSj 1 month, and 7 days. 

Plumbr, Axbxandeb Roberts, son of John and Catherine (Norrls) Plu- 
mer, was born in South Berwick, Me., 1827, June 26. Berwick Academy, 
1841-6; graduated, Dartmouth College, 1860; and Princeton Theological 
Seminary, 1863; ordained. South Berwick, 1854, Dec. 13; missionary, A. B. 
C. F. M., in Central Turkey, until 1869, stationed at Sivas, Tocat, and Trebi- 
zond; acting pastor, Burlington, Me., 1861-2; Industry and Anson, 1863--8; 
Athens and New Portland, 1868-71 ; Tremont and Mt. Desert, 1871-8 ; Kit- 
tery and Newcastle, N. H., 1878-80; Gill, Mass., 1880-3; Phillipston, 1883-4; 
New Salem, 1884-9; Warwick, 1890-1 ; Granby, Vt., 1892-4; without charge, 
Tremont, Me., after, with winters in Florida. Married, 1854, Nov. 29, Blis- 



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abeth Billings, daaghter of Jacob and Truelove (Billings) Morris, of Blooni- 
fleld, N. J., who died, 1872, Jan. 27, leaving a danghter. Married, 1874. Nov. 
25, Lucy Ann, danghter of Kendall and Dorcas (Varney) Qibbs, of Berwick, 
Me. Died of paralysis, in DeLand, Fla., 1898, March 7, aged 70 years, 8 
months, and 12 days. 

Rrbs, Hbnrt, son of David and Sarah Rees, was born in LUanelly, 
S. Wales, 1820, Oct. U. Began preaching in 1843, and ordained, Ystradgyn- 
lais, 1847, March 8 ; and pastor tliere until 1869 ; acting pastor, Emporia, 
Kan., 1869-^3, and at Dry Creek, 1869-98. He leaves a widow, and foar sons, 
of whom one is Rev. Lather Rees. Died of paralysis, at St. Fanl, Minn., 
1898, Dec. 5, aged 78 years, 1 month, and 21 days. 

RoGKRS, John Albert, son of Joseph B. and Martha P. (Albert) Rogers, 
was born In New Bedford, Mass., 1880, Dec. 8. New Bedford Academy. In 
varioas basiness employments for thirty years, in Massachusetts, Illinois, 
and Iowa. A missionary of the American Sunday School Union In Iowa, and 
in California, where he removed in 1886; also secretary of Young Men's 
Christian Association in San Diego, 1885-90. Ordained at Encinitas, 1890, 
Nov. 19, and acting pastor there, 1890-2 ; and Alpine after, supplying also at 
three or four out stations. Married, 1850, March 30, Mary Ann, daughter of 
Frederick and Harriet (Quimby) Milliken, of New Bedford, who died 1873, 
May 23. Of three children, two sons are living. Married, 1887, Feb. 10, 
Sarah Sophia, daughter of Caleb Comstock and Amelia Chastina (Fisher) 
Church, of San Diego. Died of acute inflammation of the bladder, 1898, 
Feb. 3, aged 67 years, l month, and 25 days. 

Rogers, William Clayton, son of Clayton Taylor and Hannah (Gilbert) 
Rogers, was born In Stroogsville, 0., 1848, Nov. 17. Preparatory study, Ann 
Arbor and Oberlin. Graduated, Oberlln College, 1873, and Andover Theo- 
logical Seminary, 1877; Yale Theological Seminary, 1873-4, and Oberlln, 
1875-6. Ordained, Dwlght, 111., 1877, Dec. 18, and acting pastor there, 1877-9, 
when his health forbade bis continuing in the ministry ; in business, Cleve- 
land, 1879-89; Fremont, 1889-92; acting pastor, Brecksville, 1892, until 
death. Married, 1877, Oct. 17, Martha Minerva, daughter of Simon and 
Maria (Dudley) Reed, of Austlnburg. Two children. Died of apoplexy, in 
Cleveland, 1898, Sept. 6, aged 49 years, 9 months, and 19 days. 

Rose, William F., son of Thomas and Huldah (Wilmarth) Rose, was 
born in Victor, N. Y., 1836, April 21. Preparatory study, Albion, Mich. 
Graduated, Northwestern University, 1862. Ordained, 1863, Dec. 29. Acting 
pastor, Lowell, Mich., 1864; Vienna, 1866-7; Crystal Lake, 1868-9; Cherokee, 
lo., 1870-5; without charge, there, and in Illinois, 1876-83; acting pastor, 
Pecatonica, 1883-6; Pierre, S.D., 1886-7; Port Gamble, Wn., 1888; Houghton 
and vicinity, 1890-6; Stellacoom, 1896-8. Married, 1864, May 10, Sarah B. 
Devendorf, who died, 1874, May 16. A daughter. Died in Tacoma, of paral- 
ysis, 1898, Feb. 17, aged 61 years, 9 months, and 26 days. 

Sgofibld, Abishai, son of David and Christina Scofield, was bom in Green- 
ville, N. Y., 1805, Oct. 27. Greenville Academy. Graduated, Union College, 
1832, and Auburn Theological Seminary, 1835, taking a post-graduate course. 
Ordained, Peterboro, N. Y., 1836, Dec. 28, dismissed, 1843; a special friend 
of Gerrit Smith, and, while at Hamilton, 1843-8, was deposed from the 
ministry for abolition doctrine, 1845, Dec, and re-ordalned, 1846, as u Con- 
gregationallst. Acting pastor, Georgetown, 1848-61 ; without charge, Wlllett, 
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charge, Glenora, 1866-71; superintendent and chaplain, Bethel Home, Mil- 
waukee, Wis., 1871-2; acting pastor, Hartford, 1872-80; without charge, 
Greenwich, Ct., 1880-3; Speflcerport, N. Y., after. Published: (1) The Law 
of Human Progress; a presbyterial sermon, 1838. (2) Qualifications of 
rulers, 1844. (3) Trial and Defence, 1846. (4) Fourth of July oration. Stock- 
bridge, N. Y., 1849. (o) Annual sermon at Commencement of McGranville 
College, 1853. (6) Address before Society of Iniqulry, Madison University, 
1864. (7) Mistakes of Bob IngersoU, 1879. (8) Way to sustain the worship 
of God, 1879. (9) Farewell at Hartford, 1880. Married, 1836, Dec. 7, 
Elizabeth, daughter of William and Rhoda (Worthington) Marvin, of Col- 
chester, Ct., who died, 1841, Dec. 31. Three children. Married, 1842, July 
21, Celestia S., daughter of Dr. Norton, of Petefboro, who died, 18 days after. 
Married, 1844, April 3, Janette, sister of his first wife. Of ten children, six 
are living. Died of old age, 1898, Jan. 26, aged 92 years, 2 months, and 28 
days. 

Sbavbr, William Rufus, son of Heman and Sarah 0. (Rice) Seaver, was 
born in Montreal, 1822, July 11. For years In business. Ordained, Smyrna,- 
Mich., 1869, March 31; acting pastor, Sedalia, Mo., 1870-2; Muskegon, Mich., 
1872-9; St. Joseph, Mo., 1880-1; Traverse City, Mich.. 1882-6; Pontiac, 
1886-90; Sangatuck and t>ouglas, 1891-4; without charge, and acting pastor 
of Presbyterian church, Ellsworth, Kan., after. Married, 1842, April 26, Me- 
hltable, daughter of Linus and Betsey (Bond) Homer, of Brimfield, Mass. Of 
five children, two daughters and two ^ons living, one of the latter being Rev. 
Charles H. Seaver. Died of meningeal apoplexy, 1898, Sept. 22, aged 76 
years, 2 months, and 11 days. 

Smith, Charlbs Strong, son of Dr. Aaron and Amelia (Strong) Smith, 
was born in Hard wick, Vt., 1824, July 24. Craftsbury and Peacham Acade- 
mies. Graduated, Vermont University, 1848, and Hartford Theological Sem- 
inary, 1853. Teacher, Craftsbury Academy, 1848-60; Andover Theological 
Seminary, 1860-1. Acting pastor. New Preston, Ct., 1863-6; North Walton, 
N. Y., 1856-7, being ordained evangelist at Franklin, N. Y., 1856, Nov. 14. 
Without charge, Hardwick, in feeble health, 1867-63; secretary, Vermont 
Domestic Missionary Society, 1863-88, with home at Montpelier, as it was 
after. Associate editor of the Vermont Chronicle, 1876-6, and its sole editor 
for many years later. Re|)re8ented Hardwick in the legislature in 1863. 
Published : Essay on Systematic Benevolence, 1877 ; and many Missionary Re- 
ports. Married, 1864, July 24, Lucy Ann, daughter of Levi and Anna (Day) 
Maynard, of Walton, N. Y., who died, 1867, Feb. 2. One of two daughters 
living. Married, 1869, Dec. 8, Sarah Jane, daughter of Henry Lord and Sarah 
(Talcott) Landfear, of New Haven, Ct. Of three children, a daughter and 
son living. Died of cancer of the stomach, 1898, Jan. 11, aged 73 years, 6 
months, and 17 days. 

Smith, John Francis, son of John and Catherine (Fletcher) Smith, was 
born in Deavertown, O., 1862, July 9. Graduated, Otterbein University, 
1879. Student, Dayton (0.) Theological Seminary, 1873-6 ; Yale Theological 
Seminary, 1881-2. Ordained, Basii, O., 1877, Aug. 26; acting pastor there, 
1878-9; Johnstown, 1879-80; Marion, 1881-3; Loveland, Colo., 1884-7; Chap- 
man, Kan., 1887-9; Denver, Colo., 1889-93; Lafayette, 1893-6; without 
charge, Boulder, after. Married, 1883, Dec. 12, Lida, daughter of Washing- 
ton and Charlotte (Park) Arnold, of Albany, O. Three daughters. Died of 
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Smith, John Rounds, son of John Rounds and Mary Elizabeth (Bnllen) 
Smith, was born in Salem, Mass., 1867, March 11. Graduated, Harvard Col- 
lege, 1889, and Andover Theological Seminary, 1892. Ordained, Georgetown, 
Mass., 1892, Sept. 1, dismissed, 1895, Feb. 18. Without charge, Philadelphia 
and Chicago, after. Married, 1892, Sept. 22, Mary Evelyn, daughter of Jabez 
Baldwin and Lucy (DePae) Lyman, of Salem. A son and a daughter. Died 
in Chicago fh)m the effect of a soda-carbonate explosion, 1898, April 19, aged 
31 years, 1 month, and 8 days. 

Smith, William Bingham Tappan, son of Daniel T. and Zella R. (Tap- 
pan) Smith, was born in Auburndale, Newton, Mass., 18fi9', Dec. 28. Gradu- 
ated, liay College, Revere, Mass., 1888. Acting pastor, Albany, Yt., 1891-2. 
Ordained, Southville, Mass., 1898, July 19, dismissed, 1894, Nov. 7; acting 
pastor. Auburn, N. H., 1894-6; West Newbury, Mass., 1897, until death. 
Married, 1891, Oct. 8, Ezza M., daughter of Wilson and Sarah B. (Berry) 
Tucker, of Revere, Mass. Died of diabetes, 1898, Jan. 19, aged 38 years and 
' 21 days. 

Stanton, Robert Palmer, son bf Randall and Clarissa (Spicer) Stanton, 
was bom in Belchertown, Mass., 1818, Jan. 20. Monson Academy. Amherst 
College, 1841-2. Graduated, Yale College, 1843, and Theological Seminary, 
1847. Ordained, Presbyterian, Cohoes, N. Y., 1848, Feb. 9, dismissed, 1868, 
May 10; installed, Derby, Ct., 1858, Nov. 2, dismissed, 1856, Jan. 2; Installed, 
Greenville church, Norwich, 1856, June 11, dismissed, 1879, July 22; without 
charge, Norwich, after, except acting pastor. South Coventry, 1879-81; Long 
Society, Preston ; and BozrahvlUe, 1884. Chairman, Norwich Board of Edu- 
cation, 1860-90. Published: (1) Slavery viewed in the light of the Golden 
Rule, 1860, pp. 19. (2) A Historical discourse, at the re-dedicatlon of the 
Long Society church, 1889, pp. 8. Married, 1848, Jan. 17, Harriet, daughter 
Dr. Timothy and Rhoda (Lewis) Jones, of South ington, Ct. Two daughters. 
Died of pneumonia, 1898, Sept. 11, aged 80 years, 7 months, and 21 days. 

Strong, Edward, d. d., son of Rev. William Lightbourn and Harriet 
(Deming) Strong, was born In Somers, Ct., 1813, Oct. 26. Preparatory 
study at New Haven; graduated Yale College, 1838; Union Theological 
Seminary, 1839-40; Yale Theological Seminary, and tutor, Yale College, 
1840-2. Ordained, College-street Church, New Haven, Ct., 1842, Dec. 14, 
dismissed, 1862, July 1; Installed, Pittsfleld, Mass., 1865, March 15, dis- 
missed, 1871, Nov. 15; Installed West Roxbury, 1872, May 2, dismissed, 1882, 
July 13, without charge there, 1884-8; Pittsfield after. Hamilton College 
gave the honorary d. d., in 1864. With Joseph P. Thompson, d. d., associate 
editor of the Life of David Tappan Stoddard, his classmate, missionary to 
the Nestorlans. Married, 1843, March 20, Margaret 8cott, daughter of 
Thaddeus and Eliza (Taylor) Sherman of New York, who died, 1873, June 6. 
Married, 1874, Sept. 10, Mrs. Harriet Sherman, daughter of Charles and Jen- 
nett (Taylor) Sherman, of Suffleld, Ct., and widow of Dr. Wright, of Spring- 
field, Mass., who died 1899, Feb. 2. Died of pneumonia, 1898, Dec. 13, aged 
85 years, 1 month, and 18 days. 

Strong, John Mitchell, son of Harvey and Janet (Gillespie) Strong, 
was born in Geneva, N. Y., 1834, Dec. 12. Student at Wabash College and 
Oberlin. Ordained, Baptist, 1863, and had a charge In Michigan. Served on 
the Christian Commission during the war ; then was a Sunday School mis- 
sionary In Iowa and Illinois, residing at Davenport. Acting pastor. Congre- 
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Waukegan, 111., 1884-7; without charge there, after. Married, 1867, Nov. 20, 
Mary, daughter of Piiny and Adelia (St. John) Fay, of Yates, N. Y. Of three 
children, a son and daughter living. Died of Brlght's disease, 1898, Nov. SO, 
aged 63 years, 11 months, and 18 days. 

Taylor. Jeremiah, son of Jeremiah and Martha Shaw (Alden) Taylor, 
was born In Hawley, Mass., 1817, June 11. Worthington and Cammingtop 
academies. Graduated, Amherst College, 1843; and Princeton Theological 
Seminary, 1847. Principal, Amherst Academy, 1843-4 ; and student at 
Andover, 1844-5. Ordained, Wenham, Mass., 1847, Oct. 27, dismissed, 1856, 
Aug. 19; installed, Middletown, Ct., 1856, Oct. 1, dismissed, 1868, Oct. 20; 
installed. West Killingly, 1869, May 3, dismissed, 1871, Dec. 31; Installed, 
Elmwood church,- Providence, R. I., 1872, Jan. 24, dismissed. 1877, July 16; 
secretary, Rhode Island Home Missionary Society, 1876-87; of the American 
Tract Society for New England after, residing in Broolcline, Mass. His 
alma mater gave the honorary d. d. in 1863. Published : (1) The Ship- 
master's Monument; discourse on the death of Capt. William Hadley, 1860, 
pp. 20. (2) The Medical Profession; Its position and claims. Discourse 
on the death of David Harrison, m. d., 1857, pp. 22. (3) Eminence at the 
Bar; sermon at the funeral of Jonathan Barnes, 1862, pp. 31. (4) Memoir 
of Gen. J. K. F. Mansfield, 1862, pp 67. (6) Memoir of Edward Hamilton 
Brewer, lately a soldier In the army of the Potomac, 1863, pp. 140. New 
edition, 1875. (6) Memorial of Amos D. Lockwood, 1884, pp. 31. (7) Our 
Churches and^Home Missions; a historical paper, 1886, pp. 27. (8) Address 
at Wenham ; Two Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary, 1894, pp. 18. Married, 
- 1849, Oct. 17, Elizabeth, daughter of Dr. William W. Pride, of SprlngvlUe, 
Penn. Of five children, three are living. Died at Waverly, of arterio^ 
schlerosis, 1898, April 20, aged 80 years, 10 months, and 9 days. 

Thayer, William Makepeace, son of Davis and Betsey (Makepeace) 
Thayer, was born In Franklin, Mass., 1820, Feb. 23. Franklin Academy. 
Graduated, Brown University, 1843, and studied theology with Rev. Jacob 
Ide, of Medway. Teacher for some years, and preached In Edgartown. Or- 
dained, Ashland, Mass., 1849, June 20, dismissed, 1856, Dec. 25; without 
charge, Franklin, after ; editor of Home Monthly Magazine, 1857-62 ; secre- 
tary, Massachusetts Temperance Alliance, 1863-78 ; represented both Ashland 
and Franklin In the legislature ; and always active in literary work. Trustee 
of Dean Academy. Published; (1) The Bobbin Boy, 1850, pp. 310. (2) The 
Printer Boy, 1850, pp.261. (3) Gem and Casket, 1852, pp. 54. (4) Happy New 
Year, 1853, pp. 89. (5) Merry Christmas, 1853, pp. 89. (6) Spots on our 
Feasts of Charity, 1854, pp. 240. (7) Hints for the Household, 1854. pp. 240. 
(8) Pastor's Wedding Gift, 1854, pp. 111. (9) From Poor House to Pulpit, 
1856. pp. 349. (10) The Morning Star, 1856,' pp. 280. (11) The Poor Boy 
and the Merchant Prince, 1859, pp. 348. (12) The Good Girl and True Wo- 
man, 1859, pp. 352. (13) Tales from Genesis, Vol. 1, 1862, pp. 262. (14) 
Tales from Genesis. Vol. 2, 1863, pp. 309. (15) Soldiers of the Bible, 1868, 
pp. 307. (16) The Old Horse Shoe, or Sammy's First Cent, 1863, pp. 296. 
(17) The Pioneer Boy, 1863, pp. 469. (18-21) Youth's History of the Rebel- 
lion, 4 vols., 1864-5. pp. 1387. (22) From Tannery to the White House, 1866, 
pp. 480. (23) Letters to a School Boy, 1867, pp. 208. (24) Communion 
Wine, 1869, pp. 94. (25) Public Services of Abraham Lincoln, 1869, pp. 187. 
<26) Nelson Storer ; or, How a Country Boy Made HU Way Into the City, 
1878, pp. 327. (27) Life of Dr. Jewett, 1879, pp. 461. (28) From Log Cabin 



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to the White House, 1880, pp. S44. (29) Tact, Push and Principle, 1880, pp. 
860. (30) The Nameless Waif, 1881, pp. 192. (31) Sermons and Temper- 
ance Reports, 1831, pp. 611. (32) From Pioneer Home to the White House^ 
1882, pp. 468. (83) From Farm to the White House, 1883, pp. 503. (34) 
Marvels of the New West, 1887, pp. 718. (36) From Boyhood to Manhood, 
Franklin, 1889, pp. 497. (36) Success and Its Achievers, 1891, pp. 641. (37) Our 
Flag, Half-mast, 1891, pp. 37. (38-40) Ethics of Success, three School Read- 
ers for Higher, Middle and Lower Grades, 1893-4. (41) Turning Points in 
Successful Careers, 1895. pp. 409. (42) Aim High; or, Hints and Helps to 
Young Men, 1896, pp. 477. (43) Womanhood; or, Hints and Helps to Young 
Women, 1895, pp. 175. (44) Men Who Win; or, Making Things Happen^ 
1896, pp. 477. (46) Women Who Win; or, Making Things HHppen, 1896, 
pp. 477. Married, 1846, Oct. 19, Rebecca Whiting, daughter of Calvin and 
Lncinda (Leland) Richards, of Dover, Mass. Of five children, two sons liv- 
ing. Died of heart disease, 1898, April 7, aged 78 years, I month, and 13 
days. 

Thomas, William, son of John and Mtiry (Cock) Thomas, was born in 
Mulllon, Cornwall, Eng., 1837, Feb. 10. Ordained, Wesleyan Methodist, 
1872; minister in W. Wisconsin Conference, until 1893. Acting pastor. 
Congregational, Duncan, 8. D., 1893; and without charge there, after. 
Married, 1871, Aug. 14, Gertrude Hinckley; several children. Died of 
paralysis, 1897, April 13, aged 60 years, 2 months, and 8 days. 

Thomas, William Hknry, son of John and Jane (Williams) Thomas, wa» 
born in Swansea, Wales, 1834, Oct. 18. Graduated, Caermartben College. 
Ordained, Brynmaur, 1863, Jan. 4; dismissed, 1878; acting pastor, Cleveland^ 
lo., 1879-81; Coal Creek, Ind., 1881-2; Soddy, Tenn., 1882-4; Cleveland, lo. 
(again), 1884-5; Kansas City, Mo., 1886; Hiteman, Colfax, and Chisholm, 
after. Died of lung trouble, 1898, Oct. 18, aged 64 years. 

Todd, Alwin Ethelstan, son of Orrln B. and Eliza (Mann) Todd, was 
born in Biandford, Mass., 1846, Aug. 14. Willlston Seminary. Graduated, 
Yale College, 1871, and Theological Seminary, 1875. Ordained, Stuart, lo., 
1875, Dec. 22; acting pastor, there, 1876-7; Monterey, Mass., 1877-80; Ches- 
ter, 1880, until installed, 1882, Oct. 11, dismissed, 1886, Dec. 23 ; acting pastor, 
Westhampton, 1886-91; professor of natural sciences and librarian, Berea 
College, Ky., after. Married, 1875, July 14, Gertrude Maria, daughter of Rev. 
Whitman and Ruth Maria (Keeler) Peck, of New Haven, Ct. Of seven child- 
ren, six are living. Died of consumption, 1898, Jan. 30, aged 61 years, 5 
months, and 16 days. 

Upton, John Riddlb, son of John and Betsey (Riddle) Upton, was born In 
WUmot, N. H., 1819, Oct. 4. Kimball Union Academy. Graduated, Amherst 
College, 1847, and Andover Theological Seminary, 1850. Ordained, Wilmot, 
1851, April 22; home missionary, Alexander and Cooper, Me., 1850; Dubuque 
County, lo., 1851-3; Inland, Buckingham, and Monona, 1853-5; without 
charge, Moretown, Vt., 1865-7; acting pastor, Buckingham, lo., 1857-9; Mo- 
nona, 1860-9 ; Lakeville, 1869-80 ; without charge, Spirit Lake, 1880-3 ; Sibley, 
1883-8, except one year editor of the Alton Beview; Plattville, III., 1888-9; 
Pekin, 1889-90; Escondido, Cal., after. Married, 1852, Oct. 11, Mary, daugh- 
ter of Adolphus and Sally (Copeland) Bass, of Moretown, Vt., who died, 1883, 
Feb. 6. Three daughters, not living. Died of hemorrhage of the lungs, fol- 
lowing grip, 1898, April 4, aged 78 years and 6 months. 
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born in Strykersvllie, N. Y., 1830, Dec. 20. Sprlngville Academy. Grada- 
ated, Yale College, 1855, and Andover Theological Seminary, 1859. Yale 
Theological Semiuary, two years. Ordained, Stonington, Ct., 1860, Oct. 81, 
dismissed, 1863, March 1; acting pastor, Clinton, Wis., 1864-6; Como, 111., 
1866-9; Aledo, 1869-72; Newaygo, Mich., 1872-4; Fort Scott, Kan., 1874-6; 
MattooD, 111., 1877-8; Aledo, again, 1878-^0, and without charge, there, 
1880-2; Havana, i 882-96; Peoria, after. Married, 1863, 'April 27, JaneBorro- 
dil, daughter of Gilbert and Sophia (Culver) Denison, of Stonington. Died 
of heart failure, 1898, July 8, aged 67 years, 6 months, and 18 days. 

Weeks, David, son of John and Gwen (Watkins) Weeks, was born near 
Brecon, Wales, 1836, Aug. 22. Became a lay preacher in Treherbert, Wales. 
Ordained at Streator, III., 1883, Oct. 15; acting pastor, there, 1883-5; Nor- 
den, Neb., 1885-94, Ashland, Fa., 1895 ; without charge, Edwardsdale, after'. 
Married, Ann, daughter of Edward and Elizat)eth Jones, of Dowlais, who 
died at Treherbert in 1877. A son and five daughters. Married, 1883, Jan. 
27, Charlotte, daughter of David and Phoebe (Lewis) Davies. Died of liver 
disease, 1898, May 22, aged 61 years and 9 months. 

Wells, William Aaron, was born in Oglethorp County, Ga., 1814, July 2. 
Ordained, 1852, and minister in various churches in Alabama, Florida, Geor- 
gia, and Mississippi, until 1895; acting pastor. Verbena, Ala., 1891-4; Clan- 
ton, 1894-5 ; without charge, Tallassee, after. Four years in the confederate 
army. Married, 1836, Dec, Louisa Barron, who died, 1896, May 31. Of 
seven children, three are living, one of whom Is Rev. A. C. Wells. Died of 
old age, 1897, June 11, aged 82 year.^, 11 months, and 9 days. 

Wryler, Samuel, was born in Ereslau, Russia, 1863, July 3. Graduated, 
Knox College, 1888, and Yale Theological Seminary, 1891. Ordained at Den- 
ver, Colo., 1892, March 1; acting pastor, Buflklo,Wyo., 1892-6; Benlcla, Cal., 
1896, till death. Died at Saratoga, of nervous prostration, 1898, Feb. 8, aged 
34 years, 7 months, and 5 days. 

Wilcox, Philo Beck with, son of Amos and Lydla (Kinney) Wilcox, was 
bom in Benson, Vt., 1818, Jan. 18. Graduated, University of Vermont, 1845, 
and Andover Theological Seminary, 1849. Ordained, East Bridge water, 
Mass., 1851, May 14, dismissed, 1860, March 1; acting pastor, Norway, Me., 
1860-5; Otlsfield, 1865-70; Blue Hill, 1871-2; without charge, Northboro, 
Mass., after. Died of cystitis, 1898, June 4, aged 80 yearis, 4 months, and 16 
days. 

Williams, William Wallace, d. d., son of Thomas and Rebecca (Stock- 
ton) Williams, was born in Vernon, N. Y., 1821, Oct. 26. Mission Institute, 
Qulocy, 111. Graduated, Amherst College, 1843, and Auburn Theological 
Seminary, 1846. Ordained, Presbyterian, Camillus, N. Y,, 1848, Feb. , dis- 
missed, 1853. Installed, First Congregational church, Toledo, O., 1853, 
Sept. 1, and remained In office until death, though released from pastoral 
charge, and emeritus, after 1897, Mny 10. Hamilton College gave the honor- 
ary D. D., 1872. Married, 1849, Dec. 18, Anna, daughter of Isaac and Clarlnda 
(Patchen) Jerome, of Falrmount, N. Y. Died of heart disease, 1898, July 7, 
aged 76 years, 8 months, and 12 days. 

WooDMANSEE, WiLUAM, was bom In Jackson, Ind., 1840, Sept. 7. Den- 
mark, lo.. Academy. Three years In the army, 1861-4, In the 7th Ohio 
Volunteers, with the remarkable record of having never been wounded, or 
spent a day In a hospital. Graduated, Oberlln College, 1868; and Yale 
Theological Seminary, 1871. Ordained, Hart, Mich., 1871, Dec. , and acting 



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pastor there, 1871-2; Hnbbardston, 1872-8; Grand BlaDc, 1874-6; Chagrin 
Falls, O., 1876-8; Lexington, Mich., 1878-83; Hartford, 1883-6; Hadson, 
1886; St. Lonis, 1887-8; Lockport, 111., 1889-90; Menasha, Wis., 1890-2; 
assistant superintendent, Children's Home Society ; Milwaukee, after. Mar- 
ried, 1871, June 10, Persls E. Webster, of Geneva, O. Three sons. Died, 
1898, Nov. 4, aged 68 years, 1 month, and 27 days. 

Woodruff, Leonard Miller, d. d., son of Ithamar and Zilpha (Landers) 
Woodruff, was born in Saratoga, N. Y., 1826, May 9. Received the degree of 
A. M. Arom Madison University, 1864. Ordained, 1862, June, and was a 
Baptist minister, until 1896, with pastorates at Malone and Saratoga 
Springs, N. Y. ; Detroit, Mich. ; and Elgin, III. Received the honorary d. d. 
ft'om La Grange College, 1879. Married, 1871, Aug. 31, Martha J., daughter 
of Henry W. and Jane M. (Stoop) Colman, of Detroit. Of three children, 
a son and daughter living. Died in Saginaw, Mich., of angina pectoris, 
1898, Sept. 10, aged 72 years, 4 months, and 1 day. 

WooDWORTH, Charles Louis, d. d., son of Charles and Lilly (Avery) 
Woodworth, was bom in Somers, Ct., 1820, May 22. Monson Academy. 
Graduated, Amherst College, 1846, and Hartford Theological Seminary, 1848. 
Ordained, Second church, Amherst, Mass., 1849, Nov. 7, dismissed, 1863, 
Sept. 2; later, acting pastor of the same church, 1893, till death. Chaplain 
of the 27th regiment of Massachusetts, 1862, March 30,- 1864. June 20 ; field 
agent, for Massachusetts of the A. M. A., 1866-6; district secretary for New 
England, 1866-88; without charge, Watertown, 1888-93. Illinois College 
gave the honorary D. d. in 1883; trustee of Atlanta University from 1886. 
Published: (1) Questionson the Atonement, 1860, pp. 96. (2) The Meeting 
House and the Ministry. (3) The full Enfranchisement of the Negro, 1867. 
(4) Sermon; Dedication of 2d church, Keene, N. H., 1869. (6) Missions in 
Africa, 1869. (6) Woman's Work for the Lowly, 1874. (7) The Church of 
the Pilgrims, South; Lost but Found, 1876. (8) Pentecostal Methods of 
Salvation, 1876. (9) Edward Norrls Kirk, 1878. (10) America's Opportu- 
nity, the World's Salvation, 1878. (11) Congregationalism in the South, 1879. 
(12) Church Work in the South, 1879. Married, 1846, Nov. 30, Maria W., 
daughter of Jeremiah G. and Avis (Wightman) Chadsey, of Wickford, R. I., 
who died, 1863, Aug. 24. Of five children, a daughter is living and a son; 
Rev. Charles L. Woodworth. Married, 1854, Nov. 28, Hannah Amelia, daugh- 
ter, of Rev. Ebenezer and Amelia (Parish) Perkins, of Royalston, who died 
1891, April 7. Married, 1893, Jan. 1, Lydia Pelham B., daughter of Jacob 
and Eunice FuUerton (Beath) Auld. Died of apoplexy, 1898, May 23, aged 
78 years and 1 day. 

WORDBN, Jesse Alonzo Squier, son of Nathan Park and Anna (Squier) 
Worden, was bom in Perry, Mich., 1824, Dec. 24. For some years a carpen- 
ter. Ordained, Wesleyan Methodist, in Egypt, Mich., 1867, Sept. 26 ; and 
preached In Barry, Wayland, Allendale, and Whitehall. Became a Congrega- 
tionallst, 1872; acting pastor. Coral, 1872-6; Ada, 1876-9; Ionia, 1879-83; 
Saranac, 1883-90; without charge, there, after. Married, 1849, Dec. 23, 
Harriet, daughter of Simeon and Mary (Hlgbee) Bascom, of Leroy, N. Y., 
who died, 1896, Nov. 17. Of five chUdren, four are living. Died of kidney 
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THE NATIONAL SOCIETIES- 



THB AMERICAN BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS FOR FOREIGN 

MISSIONS. 

Begun in 1810. Incorporated in 1812. 

rre«iden(. — Chablbs M. Lambon, d.d., Hartford, Conn. 

Vice-President. --D. Willis Jambs, Esq., New York, N. Y. 

Corregponding Secretaries,— Jvoaov Surra, d.d. ; Chablbs H. Dakibls, d. d.; 
Jambs L. BARToy, d. d. 

Treasurer. — Ybjlsk H. Wiooih. 

Editorial Secretary, — B^VATHAJf B. Stbono, d. d. 

Publishing and Purchasing Agent, — Chablbs B. Swbtt. 
P. O. Address of the above, Congref?ational House, Boston, Mass. 

District Secretaries, — ChajelIaKB C. Cbbeqan, d. d., Congregational Rooms, 4tli 
Ave. and 22d St., Ifew York City. Rev. A. N. Hitchoock, ph. d.» 153 La Salle 
Street, Chicago, 111. Rev. Waltbb Fbbab, General Agent, Y. M. C. A. Build- 
ing, San Francisco, Cal. 

This honored foreign missionary society, once the agent of several denominations 
in the United States and the pioneer of all, is now the accredited agent of the Con- 
gregational Churches. These churches have become famous for their far-seeing 
policy of church and educational work in connection with the Redeemer's kingdom. 
In no particular have they been surpassed in their benevolences. At the beginning, 
the interest in the work of the Board was limited but deep. There was struggle for 
a place of effort and it was haxd to gain a foothold. To-day it is imposMble, with 
the means at command, to seize the multitudinous opportunitit- s in twenty missions 
of the Board. These missions are located: four in Turkey; three in Africa; three 
in India, including Ceylon; four in China; three in P%pal lands, and one each in 
Japan, Micronesian, and Hawaiian Islands. 

The residences of the missionaries are found in 101 stations ; the ministry of the 
gospel in church or school is in 1,271 outstations. The work is carried on in some 
27 different languages. There have been sent out from our churches from the be- 
ginning nearly 2,500 missionaries, of whom 539 now remain in the consecTated service. 
Associated with them are to be found 2,975 preachers, teachers, catechists, evange- 
lists, and Bible readers, elected to the good work from the- native Christians and 
educated under the Board. There were added on confession of faith the large 
number of 4,(552 persons to the 465 churches, thus swelling the total membership to 
47,023. lu these missions, as in America, the Christian schools play no little part in 
the work of evangelization. The schools, embracing every grade from the The- 
ological Seminary to the kindergarten, number 1,270, enrolling about 56,600 stu- 
dents. This is a splendid army of the Lord if we are but faithful in the ministry of 
the Gospel to them. A Christian literature is an important factor in the work of the 
Board as is also the medical missionary department, with its work of healing, and 
the Sunday school and Christian Endeav«ir efforts among the youth who are the 
hope of these great nations and the Church which is to have dominion in them. In 
a word it is the one mission of the Board to propagate the Gospel in all the world by 
these varied ministries. 

Looking back upon the year now gone there is one great disappointment; namely, 
the churches have failed to support the work in an adequate way. This has 
required curtailment in the midst of opportunity, and the painful and undesired 
burden of debt. Now the Board is set for a Forward Movement, earnest, aggressive, 
inspiring, if all will enter upon the effort. Every pastor, every church, every indi- 
vidual disciple, — this is the order of influence and leadership. Information and 
consecration are the helps which Christ honors. 

The auxiliaries to the American Board are: (1) The W. B. M,— Woman's 
Board of Missions, Congregational House Boston, Mass. (2) W. B. M. I., — Wo- 
man's Board of the Interior, 59 Dearborn Street, Chicago, 111. (3) W. B. M. P.,— 
Woman's Board of the Pacific, Y. M. C. A. Building, San Francisco, Cal. 

Two things have marked the last year : First, religions awakenings in most of 
the mission fields ; secondly, lack of support at home by about $130,000. 

Attention is called to the Missionary Herald^ the Mission Day spring, and Life and 
Light; also to the American Board Almanac^ and to Congregational Work. Our 
main instrumental reliance is upon the pastors of churches, themselves full of mis- 
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SUMMARY OF THE REPORT OF TREASURER OF THE A. B. C. F. M. 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING AUGUST 31, 1898. 

EXPBNDITUBBS. 
009t of Ift»$iOM. 

Mission to West Central Africa $11,007 76 

Mission to East Central Africa 9,082 16 

ZuluMission 30,989 19 

Missiou to European Turkey 30,720 64 

Mission to Western Turkey 76,819 77 

Mission to Central Turkey 26,725 44 

Mission to Eastern Turkey 53,642 07 

Marathi Mission 61,295 19 

Madura Mission 56,519 62 

Ceylon Mission 12,682 01 

Foochow Mission .' 25,457 43 

South China Mission 3,375 48 

North China Mission 54,177 96 

Shansi Mission 17,068 99 

Mission to Japan 79.092 68 

Hawaiian Islands 6,226 00 

Micronesia MisHion 26,779 07 

Mission to Mexico 19,336 69 

Mission to Spain 13,854 99 

Mission to Austria 9,264 56 

» $623,016 60 

Cost of Agencies 20,973 26 

Cost of Puhlications 10,763 36 

Oo9t of Administration, 

Department of Correspondence $12,668 76 

Treasurer's Department 6,492 09 

NewYorkCity 2,204 93 

Miscellaneous: rent, care of rooms, furniture and repairs. . . . 6,250 84 

$27,616 62 

Balance for which the Board was in deht, Sept. 1, 1897 45,130 50 

Total : $727,500 34 

RECEIPTS. 

Donations, as acknowledged in the Missionary Herald $483,988 16 

Legacies, as acknowledged in the Mistnonary Herald 187,729 11 

Interest on General Permanent Fund 11,291 72 

Gain on Temporary Investments 4,200 00 

$687,208 98 

Balance for which the Board is in deht, Aug. 31, 1898 . . . .; 40.291 36 

$727.500 34 

PERMANENT FUNDS OF THE BOARD. 

Bequest of Mrs. C. L. A. Tank, balance amounts to $15,361 00 

General Permanent Fund 240,734 22 

Permanent Fund for Officers 60,208 00 

William White Smith Fund for education of preachers in Africa 30,859 38 

Harris School of Science Fund for support of the school at Kyoto, Japan, 25,000 00 

Anatolia College Endowment Fund • 32,327 62 

Hollis Moore Memorial Trust 5,000 00 

Mission Scholarships .' ^. 9,215 14 

C. Merriam Female Scholarship 3,000 00 

Benjamin Schneider Memorial Fund to aid students in Central Turkey, 2,000 00 

Marash Theological Seminary Endowment 1,800 00 

Gordon Theological Seminary, Tung-Cho, China, Endowment Fund. . . . 10,00«^ 00 

Foochow College Professorship Endowment 10,000 00 

Jaffna Medical Mission Endowment, collected by Misses M. and M. W. 

Leitch 7,62769 

Blank Memorial Fund, Scholarships in Anatolia College 2,(XX) 00 

Atterbury Fund, for education of Missionaries in China 4,750 00 

North China College Endowment 10,000 00 

Williams Hospital Endowment 3,000 00 

C. F. Gates Mardin High School Scholarship 1,160 10 

Pearson Dormitory Fund , 5,000 00 

Khooyloo Aid Society 1,366 44 

Second Church, Aintab 3,183 36 

Papazian School, Aintab 1,375 67 

FRANK H. WIGGIN, Treasurer, 



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CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK, 



[1899. 



THE CONGREGATIONAL EDUCATION SOCIETY, 

612 AKD 613 CONOBEOATIOKAL BCILDZNO, BOSTON, BCA08. 

(Formerly Ameriean College and BdneatioD Society and New Weet Education CommiMion.) 

OFFICXBS VOB 1888-99. 

President, — William H. Willcox, d. d. 

Vice-'President ~~ Jambs Bband, d. d. 

Z)iree<or«. —Wm. H. Willcox, d. d. , Jambs Bband, d.d., ex o^c£J«; J. C. Gbat, 

Esoj^ W. H^ Hubbabd, Esq.; W. L. Gbbbnb, Esq.; Sdcbom Gilbbbt, d. d.; 

DbWitt 8. Clabk, d. d.; J. W. Wbllman, d. d.; G. P. 8. Savagb, d. d.; B. F. 

Hamilton, d. d.; C. B. Bicb, d. d.; Thomas Wbston, Esq.; David Falbs, Esq. ; 

W. E. Babton, d. d. ; C. J. Hublbubt, Esq. ; Thomas Todd, Esq. ; John Whitb, 

Esq.; Alexandbb B. Thain, d.d.; Waltbb K. Bigblow, Esq.; Bev. Wm. B. 

Campbbll. 
Honorary Secretary. — J, A. Hamilton, d. d. 
Correeponding Secretary,— Cmaruks O. Day. 
Treagurer. — 8. P. Wilkins, Esq. 
Auditor, — H. N. Acxbrman, Esq. 
Western Field Secretary, — Rey. Thbodobb Clifton, 151 Washington 8treet, 

Chicago, 111. 

studbnt dbpabtmxnt. 
(Organized in 1816.) 

1. PuBPOSB.—To assist worthy students in colleges and theological seminaries 
who are educating themselves for the Congregational ministry. Few ministerial 
students come from homes of wealth. The great majority need financial aid while 
pursuing courses of study. Upwards of 9,000 have received the 8ociety'8 aid. 

2. NuMBBB AiDBD. — This year, 206. 

3. Amount of Aid. — Eacn ueedy and worthv student may receive annual 
appropriations of $75 each. Applicants are required to reach a hi^h degree of 
scholarship and general fitness, and be approved by a special committee in each 
institution. The scholarships thus become a leverage for elevating standards. 
Many students afterward refund all they receive. All are bound to repay in better 
■ervioe rendered to the churches. 

4. Dbmand fob Ministbbs. — ^'Annual Ioas by death about equals the recruits 
f^om the seminaries; but, meanwhile, there is a net gain in the number of churches. 
If the supply of ministers were equal to the demand of the churches, so many would 
not be called from other denominations. Only by the modern training of the sf^mi- 
naries can men be equipped for the work of the church of to-day. The student 
scholarships of the G. E. 8. represent the churches' faith in and claim upon the 
seminaries for producing spiritually endued and scientifically trained leaders. 

COLLBGB AND ACADEMY DEPABTMBNT. 

1. PuBPOSB. — To assist in the support of instructors in Home Missionary colleges 
and academies in the West and South. Mont of these institntions are on home 
missionary ground, aiming at , but not having yet reached , self-support. The growth 
of the country in wealth and population has not yet been overtaken by that of edu- 
cational institutions based upon the ethical and religious principles of the Christian 
religion. To help to provide such institutions is part of our work. 

2. NuMBEB Aided. — 8 colleges and 16 academies. 



8alt Lakb, Utah. 
Rollins, Florida. 
Pacific Univkbsitt, Oregon. 
Fairmount, Kansas. 

Fbanklin, Nebraska. 
Chadbon, Nebraska. 
Wbrpinq Wateb, Nebraska. 
EuBEKA, Kansas. 
Kiddeb, Missouri. 
WiNDOM, Minnesota. 
Pboctob, Utah. 
RooEBS, Arkansas. 



ACADEMIBS. 



Fargo, No. Dakota. 
Pomona. California. 
Lake Charles, Louisiana. 
RiDQEViLLE, Indiana. 

North Wisconsin, Wisconsin. 
Iberia, Missouri. 
Hull, Iowa. 

PuGET 8ouND, Washington. 
Woodcock, Washington. 
Ward, South Dakota. 
Kingfisher, Oklahoma. 
Gebman-Enqlish, Iowa. 



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3. Aid Given. — Pledges towards current expenses of each approved college and 
academy are made by the Society ad it deems wise. The institutions are required to 
raise the balance of such expenses on^ their respective home fields. Aid has been 
given to 22 colleges that are now strong and prosperous. 

4. Thbib Importance. — The colleges produce candidates for the ministry, an 
intelligent and Christian citizenship, and educate the leaders in the thought and 
life of new States and Territories. The academies are located in new regions un- 
provided with sufficient educational privileges. They prepare teachers for the publio 
schools and young people for college, and afford liberal culture to many others who 
go forth as Christians to be the seed and strength of Home Missionary churches. 

NEW WEST DEPARTMENT. 

1. Purpose. — To support the mission schools and academies in Utah and New 
Mexico, which were formerly sustained by the New West Education Commission. 
The Christian teacher must precede the preacher to the Mormon and Spanish popu- 
lations. Churches grow out of the schools. 

' 2. Number Supported. ^ Salt Lake College, with Gordon Academy; Prootor 
Academy, in Utah, and nine mission schools. 

MISSION SpHOOLS. 

BouNTiPUL, Utah. Atrisco, New Mexico. 

Coalville, Utah. Barelas, New Mexico. 

Hbbbr, Utah. San Rafael, New Mexico. 

Lehi, Utah. Cubero, New Mexico. 

San Mateo, New Mexico. 

3. Amount of Aid Bequisitb. — 815,000 for the year. 

4. Results. — Several Congregational churches; thousands of children and 
vouths instructed and protected from the baneful influences of Mormonism; the 
introduction of public schools made possible, and centres of social and patriotic 
influences established. 

6. Mormonism Still Powerful. — The church organization remains unchanged : 
the missionaries are active at home and abroad, church schools are everywhere, and 
-even the public school system, mainly Introduced under the stimulating influences 
of our own work, is coming increasingly under Mormon control. ^ 

6. Mexicans in the United States. — A quarter of a million, most of them 
XK>or, ignorant, and superstitious. 

The gifts of those who were loyal and generous supporters of the New West Edu- 
•cation Commission are imperatively needed and earnestly solicited for the future 
maintenance of the schools among the Mormons and Mexicans. 

bbgbipts. 

Balance from previous year Sl,209 00 

Total recei p ts 182 ,703 00 

$183,912 GO 

disbxtbsbmbnts. 

Total payments $173,846 00 

Balance on hand, the income only of which can be used . . . 10,067 00 

$183,912 00 

Amount of money per year requisite to the efficient prosecution of the work of 
the Society in all its branches, not less than $100,000. The policy of the Society is 
wisely conservative. It proposes to give help where the investment is good ; but it 
-does not fail to enter new fields of assured promise. It simply asks the generous 
-contributions of the churches by their regular methods in order to do its work and 
meet its increasing demands. 



form of bequest. 

I do hereby give and bequeath to the " Conobeoational Education Sogibtt " 

the sum of dollars, to be paid within months after my decease, and to be 

Applied to the uses and purposes of that Society. 



' Fifty dollars constitutes an honorary membership. 



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THE AMERICAN CONGREGATIONAL ASSOCIATION. 

Organized, 1853. Chartered, 1854. 

Headquarters, Library, Congregational House, Boston. 



President. ^Samuel Johnson, Boston. 

Vice-Presidents, — C. C. Burb, Auburndale ; E. W. Blatchford, Chicago, 111. 

Corresponding and Recording Secretary, — Rev. Joshua Coit, Winchester. 

Treasurer. — Augustus S. Lovett, Brookline. 

Librarian and Assistant Treasurer, — Wm. H. Cobb, d.^)., Newton Centre. 

Auditor, — Alonzo C. Tbnnby, Chelsea. 

Directors. — Marquis P. Dickinson, Boston; Edward A. Studlby, BoHton;S. 
Brainard Pratt, Boston; Rev. Joshua Coit, Winchester; B. F. Hamilton, 
D. D., Roxbury; William H. Hoogkins, Somerville; Eluah Horr, d. d., 
Brookline; Thomas Tood, Concord; Cobtdon M. Whittlbsby, West Newton; 
William O. Blanby, Boston; Samuel B. Capen, Jamaica Plain: DbWitt 
8. Clark, d. d., Salem; Henry E. Cobb, N«iwton; William H. Emrrson, 
Cambridge; Hon. James M. W. Hall, Cambridge; Mortimer B. Mason, 
BoHton; Charles B. Rice, d. d., Danvers; G. Henby Whitcomb, Worcester; 
Hbnby a. Hazen, d. d., Auburndale; A. B. Dunning, d. d., Brookline; 
Augustus S. Lovett, Brookline; William A. Paine, Roxbury ; Abthur C. 
Farley, Auburndale; Rev. Morton Dexter, BoAton; Rev. Edward M. 
Noybs, Newton Centre; John H. Colby, Boston; Fbank P. Shumway, Mel- 
rose; Wm. F. Whittbmore, Boston; C. H. Daniels, d. d., Newton. 

OBJECTS. 

To maintain, in the city of Boston, a Congregational House; to care for 
and perpetuate a library of books, pamphlets, and manuscripts, and a collection of 
portraits and relics of the pa^^t; and to do whatever else — within the limits of its 
charter— shall serve to illustrate Congregational History and promote the general 
interests of the Congregational churches 

THE PAST year. 

The hope mentioned in the last Tear-Book has become a fruition ; the Congre- 
gational Library and the various benevolent societies took up their abode in the 
new house during the summer of 1K98. The contrast is marked between the new 
and the old ; the general satisfaction with our present provisions is freely and often 
expressed. The house is filling up with tenants, as fast, perhaps, as could be^reason- 
ably expected; about three fourths of the space available for rental is already occu- 
pied. 

NEEDS. 

We would again emphasize the fact that this is a national Society, which has a 
rightful claim on the affection and support of all loyal Congregationalists. While 
it is confidently hoped that'the regular income from rentals will eventually free the 
Association from incumbrances, it must be admitted that, even apart from possible 
hard times, there are elements of uncertainty and risk attendant upon every under- 
taking like this. In it'< early stages, taxes, interest, and running expenses occasion 
great outlays with no sufficient income. Will not many friends feel it a privilege 
to help wipe out the debt of something like $200,000 with which the enterprise 
starts ? 

An endowment is needed for the other department of our work, the Congrega- 
tional Library. At the recent sale of the Manson library, we were forced to see 
many books, which would find their most appropriate place on our shelves, pass 
irrevocably into other hands. 

Even more important for the future is the careful gathering and transmission to 
the library of local matter illustrating the life of each Congregational church ; his- 
tories, year-l)ooks, manuals, results of councils, and the like. Tioo copies of each 
bookt pamphUtf or manuscript should be sent, that one may be put with the church 
collection, and one with the subject collection. The new library will afford space 
for a great enlargement on these lines. 



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THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH BUILDING SOCIETY. 
Fourth Ave. and Twenty-second St., New York, N. Y. 



Officers of tJie Society. 



"Dr. LuciBN C. Wabneb, President. 

Mr. Aabon B. Mead, Chicago, 111. 

Mr. William H. Stronq, Detroit, Mich. 

Mr. Blbbidob Tobbby, Boston, Mass. 

Mr. C. D. Wood, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
, Mr. C. H. Woods, Minneapolis, Minn. 



Vice- 
Presidents. 



)Wm. H. Wabd, d. d., ll. d., Chairman. 
Chables E. Hope, Treasurer and Recording Secretary. 

Rev. G. A. Hood, Boston, Mass. } ^ ?! 

[Rev. H. H. WiKOFP, San Francisco, CaL J Secretaries. 

7Vu«te«i.— Thos. K. Noble, d. d., Mr. W. J. Hunt. J. B. Twitohell, d.d.. Rev. 
F. Gaylobd, Mr. S. B. Chittenden, 189&-1902; Wm. H. Wabd, d. d., ll. d., 
R. T. Hall, d. d , Mr. Jacob L. Halsey, Geobgb Wilcox, Esq., Mr. John 
H. Allen, 1898-1901 ; Mr. Ebnest Gbebnb, Mr. W. H. Nichols, F. W. Bald- 
win, D. d.. Dr. L. C. Wabneb, Mr. A. A. Wbbstbb, 1897-1900. 

Finance Committee. — Messrs. Wilcox, Halsey, and Hunt. 

Counselor. — Geobob Wilcox, Esq. 

Application Committee. — Messrs. Wabd, Twitchell, Noble, and Hall. 

Voting Members. — Fifty Dollars constitute the giver a Life Member of the 
Society; Five Dollars an Annual Member. 

Annual Meeting. — The Annual Meeting of the Congregational Church Building 
Society is held on the second Thursday of January, each year, at the rooms of the 
Society in the Charities Building in New York, at half past three o'clock p. m., 
unless otherwise ordered and due notice given. 

Form of a Bequest. — I give and bequeath to ** The Conobboa^onal Chubch- 
BuiLDiNG Society, a corporation duly organized and existing under the laws 

of the State of New York, " the sum of dollars, payable in months 

after my decease, to be applied to the charitable uses and purposes of said Society, 
under the direction of its Board of Trustees. 

Under Pressure. — This is where our Board is continually, and expects to be, and 
is glad to be. It indicates growth and it gives us leverage for moving our churches. 
Our appeals for funds are gaged exactly by our needs, as ]|ear as we can make the 
different parts of that equation equal. On the 10th of March, 1899, we had twenty- 
eight applications, calling for more than $60,000 At the meeting of the Board, 
March 15, less than $11,000, were voted away. The balance of the applications 
were waiting. 

Beceipts from individuals and 2,905 churches $78,602 30 

from legacies 44,002 29 

for parsonages 6,544 89 

for particular churches .... 4,205 41 

from Church Building Quarterly and interest 2,592 38 

church loans refunded 26,766 67 

parsonage loans refunded 20,773 09 

$183,477 03 

Paid to 88 churches $119,490 75 

48 parsonages ■ 23,028 00 

particular churches 2,899 20 

Administration 10,138 17 

Publication 1,870 95 

Field service Il,5a3 78 

Other expenses 1,488 75 

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CONGREGATIONAL HOME MISSIONARY SOCIETY. 
Office: Fourth Aye. and Twenty-second St., New York. 
Incobfo&atkd onder the laws of the State of New York; was organized in New 
York City, May 10, 1826, and incorporated, February 6, 1871. 

OFFIG1EB8. 

President. — MB^.-Qen. Oliybb O. Howard. [d. d. 

8ecretarie9 for Corretpondence, — Josbph B. Claiul, d. d.; Wabhinqton Cboatb, 
Treasurer . — Mr. William B. Howland. 
Editorial /Secretary. — Albxandbb H. Clapp, d. D.a 
Secretary of the Woman^s Department. — Mrs. H. S. Caswbll. 
Field Secretaries. —Rev. W. G. Puddbfoot, South Framingbam, Mass.; Rev. 0. 
W. Shblton, Norwalk, Conn. 

SUPBBIlfTENDBNTS . 

Hbnby a. Sohaufflbb, d. d., Slavic Department, Cleveland, O. 

MoBiTZ £. Evbbsz, d. d., German Department, Chicago, 111. 

Rev. S. y. S. FisHBK, Scandinavian Department, Minneapolis, Minn. 



E. D. CnBTi8,D. D., Indianapolis, Ind. 
Rev. S. F. Galb, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Rev. J. H. MoBLBY, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Alfbbd K. Wbay, D.D., Kansas City, Mo. 
Rev. L. P. Bboao, Topeka, Kan. 



Rev. H. Sandbbson, Denver, CoL 

Rev. C. L. Brown, Salt Ldike City, U. 
Rev. J. K. Harrison, San Francisco, Cal. 
Rev. Jambs T. Ford, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Rev. Cbphas F.Clapp, Forest Grove, Or. 



Rev. E. H. AsHMUN, Jerome, Ariz. ; T. W. Jonbs, d. d., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Rev. A. JuDSON Bailby, Seattle, Wn. Rev. W. S. Bbll, , Helena, Mon. 



H. W. Cartbr, d. d., Beloit, Wis. \ Rev. S. C. McDanibl, Atlanta, Ga. 

Rev. A. A. Brown (Black Hills and 
Wyo.), Hot Springs, S. D. 



Harmon Bross, d. d., Idncoln, Neb. 

Rev. W. H. Thrall, Huron, S. D. 

Rev. Loyal L. Wirt, Alaska. 

Rev. John L. Mailb, Fargo, K. D. 



Rev. S. F. Galb, Supt., Alabama, 

Jacksonville, Fla. 



Rev. F. H. Allbn, Albuquerque, N.Mex. 
Rev. A. G. Upton, Weiser, Ida. 

Rev. Luther Rbbs, Paris, Tex. 

Rev. J. HoMBB Parkbb, Kingfisher, OkL 



8BCRBTARIBS AND TBBA8T7BBR8 OF THB AUZILIABIB8. 

Maine Miss. Society Rev. David P. Hatch, Sec, Bangor, Me. 

Maine Miss. Society W. P. Hubbard, Esq., Treas., Bangor, Me. 

New Hampshire Home Miss. Society. . . .Rev. A. T. Hillman, Sec.t Concord, N. H. 
New Hanipshire Home Miss. Society, Hon. L. D. Stbvbns, Treas., Concord, N. H. 
Vermont Domestic Miss. Society, Rev. Chas. H. Mbrbill, ^ec, St. Johnsbury, Vt. 

Vermont Domestic Miss. Society Wm. C. Tyler, Treas., St. Johnsbury, Vt. 

Mass. Home Miss. Society Rev. Joshua Coit, Sec, ) 9 Congr. Hooae, 

Mass. Home Miss. Society. .Rev. Edwin B. Palmer, Treas,, { Boston, Mass. 
Rhode Island Home Miss. Society . ...Rev. James H. Lyon, ^c, Central Falls, R.I. 
Rhode Island Home Miss. Society. . .Jos. Wm. Ricb, Esq., Treas., Providence, R.I. 

Miss. Society of Connecticut David N. Camp, Sec, Hartford, Conn. 

Miss. Society of Connecticut Ward W. Jaoobs, Esq., Treas., Hartford, Conn. 

New York Home Miss. Society Rev. Ethan Curtis, Sec, Syracuse, N. Y. 

New York Home Miss. Sooie^. . .William Spalding, Esq., Treas., Syracuse, N. Y. 

Ohio Home Miss. Society J. G. Fbasbr, d. d.. Sec, Cleveland, O. 

Ohio Home Miss. Societv J. G. Eraser, d. d., Treas.^ Cleveland, O. 

Jllinois Home Miss. Society.. .Jambs Tompkins, d. d., ^ec, { 151 Washington St» 
Illinois Home Miss. Society. . ..Aaron B. Mead, Esq., Treas., ( Chicago, HI. 

Wisconsin Home Miss. Society Homer W. Carter, d. d., Sec, Beloit, Wis. 

Wisconsin Home Miss. Socie^.. .C. M. Blackman, Esq., Treas., Whitewater, Wis. 

Iowa Home Miss. Society Rev. T. O. Douglass, d. d.. Sec, Grinnell, lo. 

Iowa Home Miss. Society J. H. Merrill, Esq., Treas., Des Moines, lo. 

Michigan Congregational Association, Wm. H. Warren, d. d.. Sec, Lansing, Mich. 
Michigan Congrega'l Association, Rev. John P. Sanderson, Treas., Lansing, Mich. 

Cong. C. M. Soc. of St. Louis A. K. Wray, d. d , Kansas City, Mo. 

Cong. C. M. Soc. of St. Louis L. E. Snow, Treas., St. Louis, Mo. 

The Home Mibsionaby, a magazine published by the Society since 1828, is now 
issued quarterly at thirty cents a year, including postage. It gives a running 
account of the progress of the work in all parts of the country, largely firom the pens of 
the superintenaents and missionaries personally engaged in it. In Congregational 
Work, the new monthly organ of the Six Congregational Societies, the pages 
allotted to Home Missions keep their readers in constant touch with the workers in 
all parts of the wide field, ana present the freshest intelligence, therefrom. The 
price is only ten cents a year. An Annual Report sums up the results of each 
year. Leaflets and Tracts for the times are published as occasion calls and funds 

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allow, designed to help pastors, Sunday-school offioers, and friends of home missions 
generally, in awakening and keeping alive an intelligent, practical, growing interest 
in the work. These may be had, free of oharee, at any time, by addressing the officers 
of the Society at its rooms. Fourth Avenue and 22d Street, New York. 

For more than seventy-two years the Society has been organizing churches in the 
West and South, and aiding in the support of their ministers till those churches are 
able to assume the whole expense. Its missionaries have from the first organized 
Sunday schools, provided proper teachers for them, and by watchful oversight have 
secured their permanence and growth into churches. 

In connection with the labor of its missionaries, 6,521 churchesCa) have been organ- 
ized and 2,979 have come to self-support It has collected and disbursed In cash, 
$17,965,799; and in clothing, books, and other supplies^ largely the offerings of 
Christian women, $2,326,670; in all, $20,292,469. The additions to the churches 
have been 468,208. 

The number of missionaries employed in its seventy-second year (1897-98) was 1,859, 
1,304 of them in States and Territories west and south of the Middle States. They 
preached regularly in 2,758 stations, and at frequent intervals in many hundreds 
more. The number of Sunday-school and Bible-class scholars was 159,116. The 
additions to the churches were 9,193; 6,022 of them on confession of Christ. 
Churches organized, 55 ; reached self-support, 44. 

The seventy-second year's receipts were, in cash, $592,227.86; in supplies, $61,- 
718.80; in all, $652,539.^2. 

In 1883, a Woman's Department was opened. Its object is to interest the Women 
of our churches all over the country, and through them the children, more directly 
in the work ; not to the diminishing of their helpful labor in the way of home 
missionary boxes (of clothing, etc.), but to secure also their gifts of money for the 
support of missionaries all ovdr the country, and for various special uses, as called 
for m>m time to time. Their aid in this line is steadily growing, but much more 
is needed. 

The Society is doing much more work than ever before among the foreign-born in . 
all parts of the country. At nearly every meeting the Executive Committee is 
urged, too often in vain for lack of means, to appoint chosen men for new fields 
at the front, where they are greatly needed, but where their support involves heavy 
outlay by the Society. For securing the means essential to the carrying on of this 
great work the Society depends, under God, on the zealous co-operation of the 
pastors and members of the Congregational churches of the land. At least $100,000 
more than last year's receipts are required to carry on this work, besides an equal 
advance to meet indebtedness for work already done. 

FINANCIAL STATEMENT. 

Thb Bbcbipts during ,the financial year ending March 31, 1898 (not 
including loans), were, from congregations and individuals, $106,985.19; 
ditto transmitted by Auxiliaries, $35,169.80; from Legacies, $224.451.77 ; 
the remainder from Funds, $8,361.61; subscriptions to The Home 
Missionary f $371.62; Auxiliaries' receipts applied to work in their own 

Fields, $216,845.91 ; sale of publications, $41.96. In all $592,227.86 

• 

Payments during the same year (not including loans paid) : Missionary 
service and supplies, $315,336.72 ; Publication Department, $7,609.49; 
Administration, $15,296.97; Woman's Department, $3,798.82; Miscel- 
laneous, $31,709.54; Auxiliaries, for missionaries, labor, and expenses 

$216,845.91; Total expenses $590,597.45 

Additional cash and supplies disbursed by direction of the donors, 

including Auxiliary Societies $64,220.8(^ 



FORM OF A BEQUEST. 

I bequeath to my executors the sum of dollars, in trust, to pay over 

the same in — months after ray decease, to the person who, when the same 

is payable, shall act as Treasurer of the Congregational Home Missionary Society, 
formed in the city of New York, in the year eighteen hundred and twenty-six, to be 
applied to the charitable uses and purposes of said Society, and under its direction. 

a Abont 1,600 of these churches, planted in the earlier yean, were Presbyterian. 



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50 CONGREGATIONAL TEAB-BOOK. [1899. 

THE AMERICAN MISSIONARY ASSOCIATION. 

Fourth Ave. and TwoDty-seoond St., New York. 

Oroanizkd Sept. 3, 1846. Incorporated under the laws of the State of New York. 

President. —Bay. F. A. Nobls, d. d. 

Chrretponding Secretaries. ^^B^y, A. F. Bbard, d. d., Rev. F. P. Woodbury, d. d., 
Rev. C. J. Rydbb, d.!). 

Treasurer, — H. W. Hubbabd, Esq. 

Secretary of Woman's Bureau. — Miss D. E. Embrson. 

District Secretaries, ^B/eiv.Q. H. Guttbbson, 616 Congregational House, Boston. 
Mass.: Rev. Jos. B. Rot, d. o., 163 I^a Salle Street, Chieago, 111. 



Extends fromlthe'V Atlantic to the Pacific, and from Florida to Alaska. It|in- 
cludes, in the South, the Nefj^roes and the Whites, especially those in the moun- 
tains: in the West the Indians; on the Pacific Coast the Chinese, and in Alaska 
the Eskimos. Through its pupils it is reaching into Africa, China, the West Indian 
Islands, and Mexico. 

ADC AKD WORK 

Include Christian education, churches, and missions among the poor and friendless of 
the American people. The Association originated in a general sympathy witii the 
almost friendless slaves. In its work no un-Christian distinctions of race or color 
are recognized. For more than thirty years its main efforts haveheen devoted to 
the South in the endeavor to educate the freedmen for their duties as Christians and 
citizens, and in the development of missions and schools on the Christian anti-caste 
hasis among the whites, especially in the vast mountain regions. As closely related 
to these ef^rts the Association seeks to convert and educate the caste-persecuted 
Chinese in this country and fit them to hecome missionaries in their own land, and 
to extend the blessings of a Christian civilization to the Indians of our country. 
Its methods include the school, the church, the mission, the shop, and the farpi. 

BDUCATIONAIi WORK 

Includes universities, colleges, academies, normal schools, industrial schools and 
departments, and primarv schools. Among its institutions are the following : Fisk 
University, Nashville, Tenn. ; Straight University, Louisiana; Talladega College, 
Alabama; Tougaloo Universi^, Mississippi; Tillotson College, Texas; Avery Insti- 
tute, South Carolina; Le Moyne Institute, Tennessee; Ballard Normal School, 
Georgia. Mountain i^chools: Williamsburg Academy, Kentucky: Grand View 
Academy, Tennessee; Saluda Seminary, North Carolina; Bending Oaks Academy, 
Alabama. Indian schools : Santee Normal and Training School, Nebraska. Eighty- 
five oUier Normal, Industrial, Graded, and Primary Schools. 

CHURCH WORK 

Is a missionary service almost entirely among the very poor. In the Indian fields » 
it is having wonderful growth. In the Chinese fields, nearly three hundred pagans 
bUve come into the Christian life. In the Southern mountains a number of churches 
have been added and the interest of the people in the Congregational church life is 
being rapidly developed. In the Southern lowlands, also, there is a remarkable 
movement among the colored people towards free and pure churches. Quite a 
number of independent colorea churches have lately come into Congregational 
fellowship, and the movement shows great promise, especially in the Carolinas and 
Georgia. The Association has well organized churches in union with its great 
educational institutions, influential churches in many large towns and cities as well 
as in the rural regions. There are widespread church missions in the form of 
evangelistic meetings, Sunday-school and Christian Endeavor services, home visita- 
tion, and wayside work. Everywhere the A. M. A. church work stands as a protest 
against superstition, heathenism, and immorality, and as a witness for a pure gospel 
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KAOAZINB. 



The American Missionary is publiahed quarterly, sXMy cents a year ; but will be 
sent gratuitously, if desired^ to tne Missionaries of the Assooiation ; to Life Members: 
to allGlergvmen who take up collections for the Association; to Superintendents oz 
Sabbath Schools; to College Libraries; to Theological Seminaries; to Societies of In- 
quiry on Missions ; and to every donor who does not prefer to tiJce it as a subscriber, 
and contributes in a year not less than five dollars. 

STATISTICS 1897-98. 

1 iEducational Work, South. — Higher institutions, 6; normal and graded schools* 
40: common schools, 25; instructors, 396; pupils, 11,602. 

Chubch Work, South. — Churches, 202 ; missionaries, 138 ; members. 11,061. 

MouNTAiK Work (included above). — Churches, 17; members, 1,434; schools, 12; 
pu^, 1,606. 

WORK AMONQ THB INDIANS. — Churohcs, 18; members, 1,016; schools, 7; mission- 
aries and teachers, 80; pupils, 409; missionary outHStations, 31; missionaries in 
Alaska, 2. 

Work among thb Chikbsb. — Schools, 20; teachers, 32; pupils, 1,374; professing 
faith in Christ during the year, 70. 

Gbnbral Summary. — Schools, 98; pupils, 13,445; missionaries, 632; churchee, 
220; church members, 12,077. i 

woman's burbau. 

The Associatipn has a Bureau of Woman's Work, to assist in collecting funds 
for the elevation of women in its various fields. It speciallv invites the cooperation 
of the Christian women of the churches in this form of work. 

FINANCIAL STATEMENT. 

CURRBNT WORK. 

r^THB Kbcbipts during the fiscal year ending Sept. 30, 1898, were, from churches, 
Sunday schools, missionary societies and individuals, $150,680.51; from estates, 
$119,530.78; from income, $14,890.64; from tuition, $37,405.41; from Slater Fund, 
paid to institutions, $5,000. Total, $327,487.34. 

Thb Paymbnts were, for the South, $180,841.19; Indians, $31,993.66; Chinese, 
$11,000.61; Africa, foreign missions, income paid to A. B. C. F. M., $4,326.47; publi- 
cation, $7,737.55; agencies, $12,648.87; admiulstration, $18,540.98; miscellaneous, 
$4,747.82. Total, $271,837.15. Paid debt, $54,945.03. Total payments, $326,782.18. 
Balance in hand, Sept. 30, 1898, $705.16. 

DANIEL HAND EDUCATIONAL FUND FOR COLORED PEOPLE. 

^ INCOMB ACCOUNT. 

Thb Bbgbifts.— Balance in hand, Oct. 1, 1897, $12,231.37; income ooUected for 
the year to Sept. 30, 1898, $68,684.19. Total, $80,915.56. Thb Paymbnts on the 
year, $66,342.49. Balance carried forward, $14,573.07. 

Summary of Receipts for the vear, for current work, $327,487.34; income from 
Daniel Hand Fund, ^,684.19. Total, $396,171.53. 

FORM OF A BBQUB8T. 

I bequeath to my executor (or executors) the sum of dollars, in trust, to 

pay the same in days after my decease, to the person who, when the same ia 

payable, shall act as Treasurer of ** The American Missionary Association," New 
York City, to be applied under the direction of the Executive Committee of that 
Association to its charitable uses and purposes. 

The will should be attested by three witnesses (in some States three are required^ 
in other States only two), who should write against their names their places of resi> 
dence (if in cities, the street and number). The following form of attestation will 
answer for every State in the Union : *' Signed, sealed, published, and declared by 
the said (A B) as his last Will and Testament, in the presence of us, who, at the 
request of the said (A B), and in his presence, and in the presence of each other, 
have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses." In some States it is required 
that charitable bequests should be made at least two months before the death of the 
testator, but this rule does not apply to bequests in New York State to this Association. 



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CONGREGATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL AND PUBLISHING SOCIETY. 
Congregational House, Boston. 175 Wabash Ave., Chicago. 

OFFTCB&S. 



President. — Willakd Scott, d. d. 
Secretary and Treasurer, — George M. 

BOYNTON, D. D. 



Field Sect. — Wm A. Duncan, fh. d. 
Editor, — "M., C. Hazard, ph. d. 
Business Manager, — J. H. Tbwksbuky. 



^ THB MISSIONARY DBPARTMBNT 

Sustains Sunday-sohool missionaries; fiirnishes Suoday-school helps, libraries, and 
other literature to new and needy Sunday schools, either gratuitously or at reduced 
cost. Contributions are used OTily for missionary work. 

More than 10 per cent of the churches now in our Year-Book are the outgrowth of 
Sunday schools organized by our representatives within the last fifteen years, and 
nearly 39 per cent of these have been aided by us during this time. 

The contributions of the year were $52,632.68, wliile from all sources the available 
income was $63,078.91. It needs SlOO.OOO annually at least. 

District Secretary* 

Rev. W. F. McMiLLEN, Aflfl'n Bldff., No. 166 La Balle Street, Chicago, lUinoit, Ohio, and 
Indiana. 

Superintendents. 

Rev. Francis J. Marsh, CoDgregatlonal House, Boston, New England. 

Rev. J. D. Stewabt, Aurora . . . . Neb. ■ Rev. E. H. Btickkbt, Fargo . . . No. Dak. 
Rev.H.P.CA SB, Los Angeles. . . So. Cal. Rev. Obo.C.Haun. Madison . . . . Wit. 

Rev. Wm.Ewimg, Lansing Mich, i Rev. W. L. Buthbblakd, Kansas City, 

Rev. W. S. Bbll, Helena Mont. I Kaa. and Mo. 

Rev. Samuel Greene, Seattle . . . Wash. Rev. R. A. Rowley. Portland . . . .Ore. 

Rev. L.L.Wirt Alaska.! Mr. O. Walton, Ilarriman . .Tenn. andKy. 

Rev. C. M. Daley, Huron .... So. Dak. , Rev. Allbn hHAW Bush, Denv(>r . Colorado. 
Rev. R. P. Herbick, Minneapolis . . Minn, i Rev. E. J. Singer, Ban Francisco . . .Cal. 

Missionaries. 



Rev. J. F. Okersteik . . Swedish Work. 

Rev. J. C. HuNTiNGTOli Texas. 

Mr. H. A. 1.BE, Welser Idaho. 

Rev. Silas P. Cooke, Berkshire Co. . Mass. 
Rev. John Willan, Clark Co. . . . Wis. 



Rev. Chab. G. Murphy . . . . Nebraska. 

Rev. Harry W. Young Wash. 

Mr. John T. Percival Wash. 

Rev. N. C. Barrib No. Dak. 



Correspondents. 

Rev, A. T.Clarke, Shelby . - . Alabama. I Rev. John F Blackburn, Fort Valley . Ga. 
Rev. Masom Noble, Lake Helen, Eastern Fla. | Rev. A. W. Curtis, d. d., Raleigh . N. C. 

THE BU8IKB88 DEPABTSIBNT 

Publishes the Pilgrin\ Series of lesson helps, adapted to all grades of teachers and 
scholars; the Weu-Spring and the Mayflower, weekly papers K>r youth and children; 
the7'%Wm Teac/ier, monthly, book^ tor Sunday-school libraries, etc.; and a full 
line '>f requisites for Sunday schools and churches. It also issues books on general 
religious subjects and on matters of special interest to CoDgn^^ationalists. Books 
and tracts from cUl publishers may be purchased or ordered by mail at lowest rates, 

DiBBCTOBT. 1. General correspondence concern inf? the general interests of the 
Society, and especially concerning missionary work, should be addressed to Rev. 
Oeorge M. Boynton, Secretaiyj Congregational House, Boston. 

2. Contributions should be sent to Greorge M. Boynton, Treasurer, Congrega- 
tional Eouse, Boston. 

3. Correspondence concerning State Sunday-school work or contributions may be 
sent to the Superintendent of each State. 

4. Correspondence relating to manuscripts, articles for periodicals, tracts, etc., 
should be directed to M. C. Hazard, Editor, Congregational House, Boston 

6. Orders, and correspondence relating to business matters, may be addressed to 
the Society, Congregational House, Boston, or 176 Wabash Ave., Chicago. 



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MINISTERIAL RELIEF. 

THE COMMITTBB OF THB NATIONAIj COUNCIL. 
Rbv. H. a. Stimson, Chairman, Now York, N. Y. Edwin H. 6akbb» Greenwich, Conn. 
Rev. Elijah Horr, Brookllne, Mass. Edward Whitin, Whitinsville, Mass. 

Guilford Dudlbt, PoughkeepBle, N. Y. Rbv. C. H. Richards, Philadelphia, Pa. 

H. Clark Ford, Cleveland, Ohio. Rev. H. S. Bliss, Upper Montclatr, N.J. 

J. F. Anderson, Jr., Brooklyn, N. Y. Paul Blatchford, Chicago, 111. 

Oorrespondenoe may be addressed to the Secretary, Bev. N. H. Whittlesey, 135 
Wall Street, New Haven, Conn. 

Money should be sent to the Treasurer of the Trustees of the National Council, 
Bev. S. B. Forbes, 206 Wethersfield Avenue, Hartford, Conn. 



Ministers rarely come from wealthy families. They earn or borrow the means of 
education. Their salaries barely cover expenses ; their removals are frequent, espe- 
cially in home missionary fields; their earning time ends early; and their death 
lingers late. Less than a third of them die in harness; and more than half live past 
seventy. It ill becomes a great denomination to let any faithful missionary suffer 
extreme want in old age. 

The National Coancirs Ministerial Belief Fund, now $113,000, furnishes an income 
of about $5,000 which is distributed in little pensions of from $25 to $200 a year, lo 
aged or disabled Congregational ministers and missionaries, and their families. In 
1898,' fifty-three persons or families received such aid. Within about a year, eight 
of our honored pensioners have been transferred at the ages of 72, 76, 78, 79, 79, 84, 
88, and 91, to the Home of Perpetaal Youth. ^11 of them had rendered long and 
faithful, and some of them conspicuously efficient, service. A young home mission- 
ary's widow, out on the Pacific coast, bravely battling for bread for her four little 
children, gratefully writes of this work : ** This kind action on your part has served 
to strengthen my faith in the loving Father's care of the widow and fatherless.*' 

For fuller information, see Minutes of National Councils; write the Secretary for 
literature, free; invite him to address your church, conference, association, or Con- 
gregational Club. Give something for Ministerial Belief, State or National, every 
year. 

FORM OF A BEQUEST. 

I bequeath to the " Truiteei of the National Council of the Congregational Churches of 
tJie United States** (a body corporate chartered under the laws of the State of 
Connecticut) [here insert the bequest\y to be used for the purpose of Ministerial Relict 
as provided in the resolutions of the National Council of the Congregational Churches 
of the United States, 

SBCRBTABIBS OF STATE ORQANIZATIONS OR COMMITTEES. 

Bev. \yAi>TBR Freab, San Francisco, Cal. Bev. B. T. Cross, York, Neb. 

Bey. E. Cash, Los Angeles, Cal. Bev. E. J. Aiken, Concord, N. H. 

David N. Camp, Hartford, Conn. Bcv.S.M.Newman, D.D.,Wa8hing'n,D.C. 

Bev. G. W. Colman, Chicago, 111. Bev. C. C. Johnson, Clarkson, N. Y. 

Bev. N. A. Htdb, Indianapolis, Ind. Bev. E. O. Mead, Burton, O. 

Bev. T. O. Douglass, Grinnell, Iowa. Gborge H. Himbs, Portland, Or. 

Bev. C. M. Sheldon, Topeka, Kan. Bev. Wm. Smith, Nanticoke, Pa. 

Prof. F. B. Denio, Bangor, Me. Herbert J. Wells, Kingston, B. I. 

Rev. Edwin B. Palmer, Boston, Mass. Bev. W. B. Hubbard, Webster, S. D. 

Rev. F. C. Wood, Gaylord, Mich. C. F. Thompson, Brattleboro, Vt. 

Bev. F. L. MooRE, Minneapolis, Minn. Bev. H. A. Miner, Madison, Wio 
Bev. Albert Bushnbll, St. Joseph, Mo. 



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THE THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES. 



ANDOVEB THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, Andoveb, Mass. 
Opened for service, September 28, 1808. 

FACULTY,'1899-1900. 

Edwabds a. Pabk, d. d., ll. d., Professor Emeritus of Christian Theology. 

BoBBBT C. Smtth, d. d., Brown Professor of Ecclesiastical History. 

John Wesley Chubchill, d. o., Bartlet Professor of Homiletics and Jones 
Professor of Elocution. 

Gbobob Habbis, d. d., President of the Faculty, Abbot Professor of Christian 
Theoloffy, and Lecturer on Social Ethics. 

Edwabd Y. Hingks, d. d., Smith Professor of Biblioal Theology. 

William H. Btdbb, o. d., Norris Professor of New Testament Interpretation. 

Gbobqb F. Moobb, d. o., Hitchcock Professor of the Hebrew Language and Litera- 
ture, and Lecturer on the History of Religions. 

Chablbs C. Tobbet, ph. d., Taylor Professor (elect) of Biblical History, and 
Hyde Lecturer on Foreign Missions. 

Bev. William L. Ropes, m. a.. Librarian. 

lbgtubbbs. 

Prot. WiLLiSTON Walkeb, ph. d., d. d., Southworth Lecturer on Congregation- 
alism, 1897-99. 
Sblah Mbbbill, d. d., ll. d.. Curator of the Museum. 
Mr. R euben Mebbill, Musical Director and Instructor. 

irCALENpAB.— The annual period of study is divided [into two sessions, w The 
next seminary year begins on Wednesday, Sept. 20, 1899, and ends June 14, 1900. 
Recess, Deo. 20- Jan. 3; vacation, June 14-Sept. 27. 

CouBSE OF Study. —This is arranged so as to secure continui^ and progress. 
The Junior Tear is devoted to Hebrew, N. T. Greek, Philosophy of Religion, 
Biblical Exegesis and History; the Middle, chiefly to Biblical and Systematic 
Theology; the Senior, mainly to Homiletics, Pastoral Theology, Historjr of Christian 
Life and Doctrine. Instruction in Elocution (lectures and exercises in vocal cul- 
ture) is continued through the course. In each year time is reserved for elective 
work. The elective courses for 1899-1900 are : Philosophy of Religion, History of 
Religions, Social Ethics, Theology of the Old Testament, Old and New Testament 
Exegesis, Introduction to the New Testament, The Moral Spirit of Shakespeare's 
Plays, Missions, Arabic, Syriac, Assyrian, and Vocal Music. 

riFouBTH Teab, for advanced study. Each member of the Advanced Class chooses 
his studies, subject to approval by the Faculty, and receives fh>m the professors in 
the departments chosen personal direction and assistance. Special facilities are 
afforded for private reading and research. 

Libbaby and Museum. —The Library now numbers over 50,000 volumes, is 
constantly increased, and is open every week-day for the examination and drawing 
of books. A full reference library has been opened on the ground floor of Brechin 
Hall. The Museum comprises oblects relating to missionary life and work, and an 
extensive collection of Palestinian birds, animals, flowers, coins, inscriptions, 
photographs, etc. 

Location. — Andover is twenty-three miles from Boston, and is reached by the 
Western Division of the Boston and Maine Railroad. In the vicinity are the cities 
of Lawrence, Lowell, Haverhill, Salem, and Lynn. 

For information respecting conditions of Membership, Studies, Lectureships, 
Honorary Scholarships, Scholarships for Evangelistic work (Juniors), the Winkley 
Fellowship ($600), Expenses and Pecuniary Aid, see Catalogue, which may be 
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BANGOR THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, Banoob, Me. 
Opened, October, 1816. 



FACULTY. 

Rev. Levi L. Paine, d. d., Waldo Professor of Ecolesiastical History. 

Rev. JoKS S. Sbvtall, d. d., Fogg Professor of Saored Rhetorio and Oratory, and 
Itectorer on Pastoral Theology. 

Rev. Charles J. H. Ropes, d. d., Hayes Professor of New Testament Exegesis 
and Theology, and Librarian. 

Rev. Francis B. Denio, d. d.. Professor of Old Testament Exegesis and Theology. 

Rev. Clarence A. Beckwith, d. d., Buck Professor of Christian Theology, and 
Lecturer on Church Polity. * 

Rev. Georqe W. Gilmobe, a.m.. Professor of Biblical History and Introdactlon, 
and Lecturer on Comparative Religion. 



Rev. J. L. Barton, d. d., Secretary A. B. C. F. M., Bond Lecturer for ] 



Bangor Seminary is open to Christians of every denomination. For terms of 
admission, or other information, see catalogue, or apply to the Corresponding 
Secretary. 

Course or Study, Junior Year. — Hebrew, Greek, Exegesis, Biblical Intro- 
duction, Psychology, Ethics, Eoglish Literature. 

Middle Year. — Systematic Theology, Biblical Theology, History of Greek 
Philosophy, Church History, Old Testament History, Exegesis, Vocal Culture. 

Senior Year. — Church History, Homiletics, Pastoral Theology, Exegesis, Bib- 
lical Theology, Church Polity, Comparative Religion, Sociology. The subject of the 
Bond Lectures, by Dr. Barton, is The Theory and Practice of Missions. 

Expenses. — There is no charge for tuition, rooms, furniture, library, ^mnanium, 
or any privilege of the Seminary. The dormitory is in good condition and the 
rooms are furnished. The income of the Washburn fund and some other funds, 
given expressly to aid members of the Seminary, will be appropriated to worthy 
students who need. There is also a small loan fund for the temporary accommo- 
dation of students whose circumstances require it. 

PosT-QRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS. — There are three scholarships established for 
the benefit of graduates of this Seminary; one to aid any student who remains to 
take a fourth year after graduating; and two at Bowdoin College, to assist students 
who, having graduated at the Seminary, may be admitted to the College for further 
study. 

Preachino. — As it is believed to be conducive to the best professional training to 
combine practice with theory, students are allowed to exercise their gifts in holding 
meetings alid in preaching as opportunities may offer, under the express approbation 
of the Faculty, it being provided that the prescribed exercises of the Seminary are 
not neglected. Facilities for such services are afforded in the missionary fields 
within reach of the Seminary. 

LiBBARY. —The Seminary has an excellent library, numbering more than twenty 
thousand Tolumes, and a permanent library fund, with the income of which constant 
additions are made of the latest and most valuable literature. 

Gymnasium. —The gymnasium is provided with suitable apparatus, and special 
instruction is given four days in the week. ^ 

Anniversary occurs on Wednesday, May 17, 1899. 

The next seminary year will open on Thursday, Sept. 7, 1899. 

For catalogues or for admission, address the Corresponding Secretary, 

Professor C. A. BECKWITH, 

Bangor f Maine. 



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PACIFIC THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, Oakland, Cal. 
Opened for service, Juue, 1869. 

V 

PAC7ULTY. 

Rev. John Knox McLean, d. d.. President, and Lecturer on Pastoral Theology. 

Rev. George Mooar, d. d., Coleman Professor of Apologetics and the Relation of 
Christianity and Science ; also Acting Professor of Church History. 

^^— , Professor of Old Testament Languages and Literature. 

Rev. John Henry Goqdell, a. m., Professor of the English Bible. 

Rev. Frank Hugh Foster, ph. d., d. d.. Professor of Biblical and Systematic The- 
ology. 

Rev. Charles Sumner Nash, a. m., b. d., Mary A. Crocker Professor of Homiletics 
and Pastoral Theology. 

Rev. Rhys Rees Lloyd, a. m., b. d., Professor on the Frederick Billings Found-» 
ation for New Testament Greek and Exegesis. 

Prof. Chas. G. Buck, Instructor in Elocution. 



Four distinct courses of study are now offered : First, the full Classical Course, 
including all the branches ordinarily taught in a Theological Seminary, and leading 
to the degree of Bachelor of Divinity; second, a Four Years Course, having a 
preparatory year for thoae who come with sufficient maturity, but without a full 
preparation, for theological studies, and including all the classical studies except 
Hebrew, the Old Testament being studied in English ; third, an English Course of 
three years, replacing both Hebrew and Greek by English Bible study. 

Special studies may be taken by*qualified persons with the consent of the Professors 
as they may desire. 

Terms of Admission. — The Seminary is open to students of every Christian 
denomination. Applicants should present certificates of membership in some 
church, and evidences of such literary and scientific attainments, and of such char- 
acter, as make it probable that they can worthily pursue their studies. The normal 
preparation for the Classical Course is a full collegiate education. Those who have 
not college diplomas should furnish testimony that they have attained equivalent 
culture and discipline. This would involve knowledge at the least of the Greek 
language, of Psychology, English Literature and Composition, History, and some 
branch of the Physical Sciences. Such applicants as have not received the normal 
preparation are received on probation. 

All the courses of study are opened to women as well as to men. 

Expenses and Pecuniary Aid. — No charge is made for tuition, rent of rooms, 
or use of furniture or of library. The student furnishes his own fuel and light. For 
incidental expenses every student is expected to pay $5 each semester in advance, 
and those occupying rooms in the building twenty-five cents each week for care 
of rooms. Board may be had in the Students' Club at from $2.00 to $2.60 a week. 

Help is granted from scholarships and to students of the Classical Course, from 
the American Education Society, as may be necessary, up to the ordinary limit of 
$175. Systematic arrangements have been made, by which students may be 
employed in church and city missionary work, and so receive a part or the whole 
of the Seminary pecuniary aid as a compensation for present service, as well as in 
preparation for the future. Such work is under the direct personal supervisipn of 
the President. 

Facilities. — A carefully selected and constantly increasing library (now num- 
bering seven thousand volumes) is accessible to all students. No happier situation 
is known than that occupied by this Seminary. The climate is unequalled for 
St mulating qualities, for mildness, and for general fineness. It is favorable to study 
every month in the year. The location of the institution in the midst of the great 
metropolitan -complex of Saif Francisco and its surrounding cities, its proximity to 
the University of California, its high standards, its organic association with the 
aggressive work of the Congregational churches of the vicinity and of the State, its 
affiliation with the Congregational ecclesiastical organizations of all the Pacific 
States, its missionary history, and the emphasis it lays ux>on the spiritual and prac- 
tical, constitute its especial claims upon the attention of candidates for the ministry. 

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CHICAGO THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, Chicago, III. 
Opeued for Instruction, October, 1608. 

FACULTY. 

Rev. Franklin Woodbuby Fisk, d. d., ll. d.. President , and WisconBin Professor 

of Sacred Rhetoric. 
Bev. Gborgb N. Boabdman, d. d., ll. d., Emeritos Professor of Systematic 

Theology. 
Rev. Samuel Ives Curtiss, ph. d., d. d.. New England Professor of Old Testament 

Literature and Interpretation. 
Rey. G. Buckingham Willoox, d.d., Stone Professor of Congregational History, 

Church Polity and Special Studiesi 
Bev. Hugh McDonald Scott, d. d., Sweetzer and Michigan Professor of Ecclesi- 
astical History. 
Rev. Geokgb H. Gilbert, ph. d. , d. d., Iowa Professor of New Testament Literature 

and Interpretation. 
Bev. Graham Taylor, d. d., ll. d., Professor of Christian Sociology and Pastoral 

Theology. 
Bev. Edward T. Harper, ph. d., Professor of Assyriology and Comparative 

Beligion. 
Bev. T^LiAM B. Chamberlain, M. A., Scoville Professor of Pulpit Oratory ^nd 

Sacred Music. 
Bev. Wm. Douglas Mackenzie, d. d., Professor of Systematic Theology. 
Bev. Carl A. Paeth, Professor of Systematic and Practical Theology in the Ger- 
man Department. 
Mr. A. N. Fox, Instructor in the German Department. 
Bev. R. A. Jbrnberg, b. d.. Professor of Biblical and Practical Theology in the 

Dano-Norwegian Department. 
Rev. Otto C. Gbaubr, Instructor in the Dano-Norwegian Department. 
Rev. Fridolf Risbebg, Professor of Biblical and Systematic Theology in the 

Swedish Department. 
Bev. Magnus E. Peterson, Instructor in the Swedish Department. 

Admission. — The Seminary is open to students of all denominations. Candidates 
for admission must have received a collegiate education, or an equivalent prepara- 
tion. Students from other seminaries may be admitted by certificate. 

Terms and Vacations. — The academic year begins the last Wednesday in 
September and closes the second Wednesday in May. There is a recess of two 
weeks at Christmas. 

Situation. — The Seminary Buildings front Union Park. The location is quiet^ 
but the centre of the city may be reached in ten minutes. 

Course of Study. — The Course of Study covers three years ; the lectures are 
prescribed and elective. Each student is required to take fourteen lecture hours a 
week, ten prescribed and four elective. All graduates receive a diploma ; special 
work is required for the degree of Bachelor of Divinity. 

The German and the Scandinavian Dbfabtments. — Students in these 
departments take part of the Course in the English language, according to their 
grade of preparation, that they may be able to preach also in English. They are, 
however, excused from most English studies, in place of which they have such 
studies in their own native languages as are best adapted to prepare them to min- 
ister to our German or Scandinavian fellow-citizens. 

Examinations. — In each year there are public examinations, oral and written^ 
of all the classes. 

The Alumni Institute is held in the anniversary week in May. 

Hammond Library. — This contains the General and the Reference Library 
with over 19,000 volumes, which is arranged in six rooms according to subjects. 
These sub-departments are furnished with the best helps for students, and are open 
daily. The students have easy access, also, to the public libraries of Chicago, some 
of which are among the best endowed and equipped in the country. 

ExpBNSES. — No charges are made for instruction, or for the use of Hammond 
Library. Furnished rooms are drawn in the treasurer's office on the first day of the 
fall term at 10 A. m. The following charges are made for the occupancy of rooms in 
the Seminary buildings: $1.00 a week for rooms occupied by two students; $1.25 for 
rooms alone. Gk)od board can be had in private families in the neighl>orhood of 
the Seminary for $2.50 or $3.00 a week. 

Financial Aid. —Aid not to exceed $100 will be furnished to a limited number 
of students who need it : 1st. As compensation for mission work ; 2d. As loans 
without interest payable in instalments of $25 each year after graduation. This 
aid is in addition to any appropriations that may be made by the Congregational 
Education Society. 

For further information, apply to Prof. H. M. Scott, 520 W. Adams Street, or Mr. 
H. W. Chester, 81 Ashland Boulevard, Chicago, III. 



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HARTFORD THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, Habtpokd, Ct. 

Founded, 1834. 

FACUIiTT. 

Chester D. Hartranft, d. d., President, Riley Professor of Christian Theology, 
and Instructor in Enrvclopsedia and Methodology. 

Waldo 8. Pratt, a. m.. Mus. D., Professor of Ecclesiastical Music and Hymnology. 

Melancthon W. Jacobus, d. d., Hosmer Professor of New Testament Exegesis. 

WiLiiisTON Walker, ph. d., d. d., Waldo Professor of Germanic and Western 
Church Hintory. 

Edwin K. Mitchell, d. d., Professor of Grseco-Roman and Eastern Church His- 
tory 

Clark S. Beardrlee, d. d., Professor of Biblical Dogmatics and Ethics. 

Alexander R. Merriam, a. b., Samuel Hawes Professor of Practical Theology 
and Christian Sociology. 

Arthur L. Gillbtt, a. m.. Professor of Apologetics. 

Alfred T. Perry, a. m., Professor of Bibliology, Instructor in Ecclesiastical 
Polity, and Librarian. 

Lewis B. Paton, ph. d., Associate Professor of Old Testament Exegesis and Criti- 
cism, Instructor in Assyrian and Cognate Languages, and Registrar. 

Duncan B. Macdonald, p. d.. Associate Professor of Semitic Languages. 

Edward E. Nourse, a. m., s. t. b., Instructor in Biblical Theology, and in New 
Testament Canonicity and Textual Criticism. 

Cecil Harper, a. m., Instructor in Elocution. 

Augustus C. Thompson, d. d.. Lecturer on Foreign Missions. 

Austin B. Bassbtt, b. d., Lecturer on Experiential Theology. 

Albert J. Lyman, d..d., of Brooklyn, N. Y«, Carew Lectur^^r for 189&-1900. 

Alexander Mackennal, d. d., Bowdon, Cheshire, England, for 1900-1. 

The Seminary aims (1) to develop a vigorous spiritual life as the only sound 
basis for scholarship and service, (2) to train in scientific methods of exegetical and 
historical research, (3) to discover the truth of God as revealed in the Scriptures, and 
the leading of his Spirit in history, in order to apply that truth in the realms of 
thought and endeavor, so as to meet the present neeas of the world and promote the 
spread of his Kingdom. 

Instruction is carried on by a large corps of professors whose fields are carefully 
defined and adjusted in their scientific relations. Emphasis is laid upon a close 
personal relation between instructor and pupil. About two thirds of the coarse are 
prescribed, and one third is to be selected from a list of about one hundred electives, 
offered in all the departments. , Special efforts are made to explain the interrelations 
of the numerous subjects properly belonging under the head of theological science, and 
to afford the opportunitv of prosecuting study in any one of them. In each department 
the purpose is to use only the most scientific methods, both old and new. In the field 
of pastoral discipline extensive work is expected in preaching, in every variety of 
evangelistic and charitable organization, and in personal religious effort. Systematic 
instruction is g^ven in singing and in elocution. Optional instruction is provided in 
German. Special and advanced courses are open to those who desire them. Two 
fellowships (each for two years) for foreign study and five prizes are offered. 

The degree of b. d., is conferred on those who complete, with credit, the three- 
years course. 

The Apparatus includes a rapidly increasing library of over 70,000 volumes, con- 
taining several unique special collections, to which students have access day and 
evening, museum and reading-room, gymnasium, music-room, etc. 

Terms of Admission. — Candidates for admission must be members of some 
Christian Church and graduates of some college. Those who are not college grad- 
uates may; after examination, be admitted on probation during the first term. 

All courses are open to women on the same terms as to men. 

Expenses.— No charge is made for tuition, rooms, furniture and bedding, or use 
of the library and apparatus, except a nominal fee of $20 for use of steam and super- 
vision. Board is provided at the Seminary under the care of the Students' Asso- 
ciation, at $3.50 per week. 

Scholarship aid is provided for those needing it, in addition to the grant from 
the Education Society. 

Calendar. — The sixty-sixth year begins on Sept. 27, 1899, and closes on May 30, 
1900. The various (*onrses are arranged in three terms. Examinations are held at 
the close of each subject or principal topic. 

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OBEBLIN THEOLOGICAL 8EMINABY. 

Obxrun, Ohio. 

Opened for servioe in 1836. 

FAClTLTYf I 

Bev. John Hbhby Barrows, d. d., President, Professor of Comparative Theology 
and Christian Missions. 

Bev. Jambs H. Faibchild, d. d., ll. d., Professor Emeritus of Theology. 

Bev. G. FuBDBRiCK Wbight, D.D., LL.D., Profossor of the Harmony of Science 
~ and Bevelation. 

Bev. Axbbrt H. Curbixr, d. d., Holb^ook Professor of Sacred Bhetorio and 
Practical Theology. 

Bev. Hbnrt C. Kino, d. d., Finney Professor of Theology. 

Bev. Edward I. Bosworth, a. m., Professor of the New Testament Language and 
Literature. 

*Bev. Owbn H. Gatbs, ph. d., Professor of the Old Testament Language and 
Literature. 

Bev. Albert T. Swing, a. m., Professor of Church History. 

Bev. Louis F. Miskovskt, a. m., Principal of the Slayic Department, and Pro- 
fessor of the Bohemian Language. 

WiiiLiAii G. Caskby, a. m.. Associate Professor of Elocution. 

Bev. Hbnry M. Tbnnby, d. d., Lecturer upon Positive Institutions. 

Thomas N. Carver, ph. d.. Professor of Sociology in Oberlin College. 

Bev. Joseph B. Clark, d. d.. Lecturer on the Congregational Home Missionary 
Society. 

The Seminary is open to students of all denominations. It has a full corps of 
Professors of its own and offers its students all the work essential to a theological 
training. In addition students are admitted to the College classes without charge. 
'Upon college graduates who complete the Classical Course, the Academic Degree 
of Bachelor of Divinity is conferred. Those who are not college graduates, 
hut Who have had the equivalent of a college course, may also receive tnia degree 
upon the completion of the Classical Course, hy fulfilling certain additional 
requirements. 

Classical Course. — The minimum requirement for alt candidates for a degree 
is 1,440 houss of lectures and recitations. The most essential courses of each depart- 
ment are required ; this work amounts to 817 hours. Hebrew being elective, the 
required amount of work in the Old Testament department may be done either in 
Hebrew Exegesis or in Introduction, Biblical Theology and Exegesis of the English 
Old Testament. In addition to the required work, a large number of elective 
courses is offered, aggregating 1,538 hours, from which each student elects at least 
623 hours. These courses cover a large range of more advanced work in the several 
departments. 

There are in the ministry many who have not received adequate training for it 
and who soon discover their need of theological study. The reasonable requirements 
for admission to the regular courses of theology place such training beyond the reach 
of many men of this class. In the interest of a better educated ministry the Semi- 
nary offers its advantages to a limited number of ordained ministers who have already 
held a pastorate, and who wish to enter upon theological studies for not less than a 
full year. They may enter such courses as they are prepared to pursue with profit, 
and will be given certificates for all work completed. An early application to the 
secretary of the Faculty for admission to the Seminary on this basis is imperative. 

Slavic Dbpartmbnt. — The object of this department is to train up pastors for 
the Slavic immi]grants to this country. Thorough instruction is given in the 
Bohemian language. The course of study varies to suit the needs or individuals, 
and culminates in the regular Classical Course. 

Spbab Library contains about forty-eight thousand volumes. 

Expenses. — Council Hall, the Seminary building, has fully furnished rooms with 
hot water heai; for fifty students. Those rooming here pay a moderate incidental 
fee, varying according to location of room. Other students pay a fee of $5. Aside 
from this fee there is no charge made by the Seminary. The price of board in 
Oberlin is from S2.00 to $3.00 a week. Other expenses are correspondingly low. 

Pecuniary aid is granted to those who need it, from the Congregational Education 
Society, and from Seminary scholarship funds. The amount ordinarily received 
from each is $75. There has generally been abundant opportunity for work in 
Home Missionary fields and elsewhere during the summer vacation of four months, 
and occasional preaching for remuneration is possible during term time. 

The year of study consists of thirty-two weeks in two semesters. The next year 
begins Wednesday, Sept. 20, 1899. For further information address Prop. E. I, 
Bosw.orth. 

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DIVINITr SCHOOL OP YALE UNIVERSITY, Nkw Haven, Conn. 

FACUIiTY AND INSTBUCTOR8. 

Rev. Timothy Dwioht, d. d., ll. d., PresidenU 

Rev. George E. Day, d. d., Professor of the Hebrew Language and Literature t 
Emeritus. 

Rev. Samttbl Harris, d. d., ll.d., Professor of Systematic Theology, Emeritus. 

Rev. George P. Fisher, d. d., ll. d., Professor of Ecclesiastical History, and Dean. 

Rev. Lewis O. Brastow, d. d., ProfessorqfHomiletics and the Pastoral Charge. 

Rev. Edward L. Curtis, ph. d., d. d., Pi'ofessor of the Hebrew Language and 
Literature. 

Rev. George B. Stevens, ph. d., d. d.. Professor of Systematic Theology. 

Rev. William F. Blackman, b. d., ph. d.. Professor of Christian Ethics. 

Rev. Frank C. Porter, ph. d., d. d., Professor of Biblical Theology. 

Rev. Benjamin W. Bacon, lit.d., d.d., ProfessorofNew Testament Criticism and 
Jnterpretationr 

Frank &. Sanders, ph. d. (Professor of Biblical Literature in Tale College), In- 
structor in Biblical History. 

Warren J. Moulton, ph. i>.. Instructor in Biblical Literature. 

Samuel S. Curry, b. d., ph. d.. Instructor in Elocution, 

SPECIAL lecturers. 

Rev. John Brown, d. d., of Bedford, England, Lyman Beecher Lecturer, 

Prof. William N. Clarke, d. d., of Colgate University (On t?ie Historical Spirit 

m Theology). 
Rev. William V. Kblley, d. d., of New York, Editor of the Methodist Review. 

Relation to the University. — The Divinity School is one of the Departments 
of Yale University. Its members receive from the Corporation, on completing their 
three-years course of study, the denee of b. d. They have access to the public col- 
lections of the University, such as the Librarv, the Peabody Museum, and the collec- 
tion of paintings and statuary in the School of Fine Arts. They are permitted to 
attend free of expense,, so far as will not conflict with their professional studies, the 
lectures and recitations in the College and the She£9eld Scientiflc School, and, if 
expecting to become foreifrn missiona^es, those of the Medical Department. 

Course of Study. —The first year is devoted chiefly to Hebrew and the Exege- 
sis of the Greek New Testament : the second year to Systematic Theology, Church 
History, Old Testament Biblical Theology, aod Church Polity ; the third year to 
Sacred Rhetoric, the History of Christian Doctrine, New Testament Biblical The- 
ology, and Social Ethics. Additional lectures on Preaching aud other important 
subjects are delivered before all the classes by eminent ministers and scholars from 
this country and Europe. There are also optional classes in German, Syriac, Chal- 
dee, Arabic, and Assyrian. Once a week there is a Rhetorical Exercise for all the 
classes. Instruction in Vocal Culture and Elocution, and also in Sacred Music, if 
desired, is continued through the entire course. 

Graduate or Fourth-Year Class. — Students of approved scholarship who 
have completed a three-years course of theological study, here or elsewhere, are 
admitted to the Graduate Class, in which advanced studies in Theology are pursued 
under the direction of the Professors. Scholarship aid, to a limited amount, will, at 
the discretion of the Faculty, be given to men of superior scholarship. 

The Graduate Fellowship, for the encouragement of further theological study 
in this country or abroad, the income of which is $500 for one year after gradua- 
tion, is offered to the class entering in September, 1899. 

Expenses. — There is no charge for instruction, use of libraries, or room rent. 
The rooms, which will accommodate one hundred and fifty students, are designed in 
general for only one occupant. Each room has a bedroom attached, and is carpeted 
and furnished with all needful furniture except bed clothing. The chief expenses 
of the session are, for board, $3.00 to $4.00 a week ; fuel and light, $25 to $30; and 
$16 a year for care of room and incidental expenses. 

Scholarship Funds and other Aids. — Students whose circumstances require 
it are aided to the amount of $100 a year, from the income of scholarship funds. 
Besides this assistance, ten special scholarships of $50 each are assigned to those 
members of the Junior Class who maintain the highest standing in the studies of 
the year. Additional aid is offered by the Congregational Education Society to 
approved students who are members of Congregational churches. 

Commencement of the Term. — The next term of study will begin on Thurs- 
day, Sept. 28, 1899, and continue until the third Wednesday in May (anniversary), 
when the vacation of four months, in which the students have the opportunity to 
engage in some form of remunerative labor, will commence. 

Application for Admission.— The Seminary is open on equal terms to students 
of all Christian denominations. Applications for admission, or for the annual cata- 
logue containing further information, may be made to Prof. Georob B. Stevens, 
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STUDENTS. 



NAXS8 AXB BXSIDKNOSt. 



Abbe, Harry Allen Grant, W. Hartford, Ct. 
Adamian. Parnag Adam, Aintab, Turkey. 
Adams, Ghauuoey Corbin, Bellows Falls, Yt. 
Amundsen, Albert, Galesburg, Wis. 
Amy, Arthur Adelbert, Baraboo, Wis. 
Ananikian, Mardiros H., Sivas, Turkey. 
Ander, Ernest Gustav, Lynn, Mass. 
Andersen, Si vert, Merrill, Wis. 
Anderson, Abel, Stockholm, Wis. 
Anderson,- Carl Gustav, Crompton, B. I. 
Anderson, David, Chicago, 111. 
Andress, John Harlan, Wayne, Neb. 
Andrews, George Arthur, Andover, Mass. 
Atkinson, Fred William, Botsford, N. B. 
Austin, Leon Hudson, Coventrv, Ct. 
Avery, Oliver Perry, Preston City, Ct. 
Babasinian, Vahan Simeon, Samsoun, Turkey. 
Bailey, Arthur Ward, WoUaston, Mass. 
Baird, Corev Stanlev, Olney, 111. 
Baker, Manon Wesley, New Haven, Ct. 
Ballon, William John, Wallingford, Vt. 
Barker, Herbert Austin, Three Rivers, Mass. 
Barnes, Howard Clark, Tallmadge. O. 
Bassler, Henry George, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Basso, Bela, S. Norwalk, Ct. 
Bauman, Benjamin Raymond, Church, lo. 
Baumann, Gustav Balthasar, Chicago, 111. 
Bauer, Philip Edward, Tualatin, Or. 
Bayley, Dwight Smith, Denver, Colo. 
Beach, William De Verne, Bridgeport, Ct. 
Beddoes, Arthur Edgar, Chicaeo, 111. 
Bennett, Henry James, Cambndge, Mass. 
Bennett, Joseph Hayden, Crete, Neb. 
Benton, Joseph Augustine, Oakland, Cal. 
Beigenstrom, Philip, New York, N. Y. 
Bieier, John Martin, South Walpole, Maas. 
Bigelow, Frank Ellsworth, Chicago^ 111. 
Birch, Alfred Haviland, Amster&m, N. Y. 
Black, Robert Franklin, Redfield, S.D. [Mass. 
Blackmer, Walter Ra;pmond, Belohertown, 
Blakeslee, Walter Conkling, Milwaukee,Wi8. 
Blanchara, Fer'd Quincy, W. Newton, Mass. 
Blatz, Henry, Jr., Westville,Ct. 
Blom, Soren Martinus, Frederikshald, Nor'y. 
Blomfield, Stanley Francis, Detroit, Mich. 
Blood, Charles Rowell, Chelmsford, Mass. 
Blunt, Harry, Maquoqueta, lo. 
Bo^an, Frederick Harlan, 
Bolster,' Frelon Eugene, Portland, Me. 
Booth, Henry Kendall, Ottawa, 111. 
Bourret, Clement Am4d6e, Spencer, Mass. 
Brink, Gilbert Nichols, Pomona, Cal. 
Brown, Giles Gorton, Sumner, Wn. 



* College and Year 
of Oradaating. 



Yale, 1892 

Cen. Tur. 1897 
Dartmouth, 1896 



Beloit, 
Cen. Tut. 



Doane, 
Colby U. 



1896 
1897 



1896 



1898 



1895 
1896 



Amherst, 
Colorado, 
Anatolia, 
Williams, 
Oberlin, — 

Union Chris. 1891 
Brown, 1897 

Amherst, 1897 
Oberlin, 1896 



Wilton, 



1898 



1897 
1897 
1897 



Pacific U. 
Colorado, 
Yale, 
Wheaton, 

Harvard IT. 1898 

Doane, 1893 
California U. — 
Muhlenberg, — 

Williams, 1898 

N. West U. — 

Redfield, 1898 

Amherst, 1897 

Beloit, 1896 

Amherst, 1898 

Allegheny, — 



1895 



Olivet, 
Harvard U. 
Iowa U. 
Amherst, 
Amherst, 
Hamilton, 
French Am., 1898 
Pomona, 1898 
Oberlin, 1897 



1891 
1896 



t Seminary and 
ClaM. 



Hartford, Mid 

Yale, Mid 

Chicago, Mid 

Chi'go,X>.^.Mid, 

Yale, Sen. 

Hartford, Jun, 

Chicago,^. Sen. 

Chicago,/).^. Jn. 

Chicago,i8^i/7. Sen, 

Chicago,&'t(7. Mid. 

Chicago,^. Jun. 

Chicago, Mid. 

Andover, 

Bangor, 

Hartford, 

Vale, 

Hartford, 

Yale, 

Chicago, 

Yale, 

Hartford, 

Hartford, 

Chicago, 

Bangor, 

Oberlin, 

Chi'go, Ger. Jun. 

Chicago, Grad 

Chicago, 

Chicago, 

Yale, 

Chicago, 

Andover, 

Andover, 

Pacific, 

Chicago,i9to. Jun, 

Hartford, Jim 

Chicago, 

Hartford, 

Chicago, 

Hartford, 

Yale, 

Yale. 

Yale, 



Sen. 
Sen. 
Jun. 
Mid. 
Mid. 
Mid. 
Sea. 
Sen. 
Mid. 
Jun. 
Sen. 
Sen. 
Slav, 



Mid. 
Mid. 
Mid. 
R. L. 
Jun. 
Jun. 
Mid. 



Sen. 
Mid. 
Jun. 
Mid. 
Jun. 
Jun, 
R. L. 



Chi'gcD.iV. Sen. 



Yale, 

Chicago, 

Oberlin, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Chicago, 

Yale, 

Pacific, 

Andover, 



Sen. 
Jun. 
Sen. 
R. L. 
Sen. 
Jun. 
Jun. 
Jun. 
Sen. 



* A dash in the column of colleges implies that the student has never been connected witb 
any college; the name of a college followed by a dash in place of year implies that the student 
was connected with that college, but did not complete the course. A list of the colleges and 
universities may be found at the end of this list. 

t " Sen." means Senior. "Mid." Middle. ♦• Jun." Junior. « 8p." means Special Course ; 
and when followed by *' Sen.," ** Mid ," or "Jun.," means Special Course Senior and the like. 
** R. L." means Resident Licentiate. ** Grad.*' means Graduate Class. ** Adv." means Ad*- 
vanced Class. " D.7/.," "(?«r.," " iilav." and " Sw." mean Dano- Norwegian^ Qerman^ Slavic^ 
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NAMB8 AND RB8IDENCS8. 



College and Yenr 
of Gradaating. 



Beminary and 
Olaaa. 



Brace, Charles Otis, West Hartford, Vt. 

Bamham, David Elmer, Essex, Mass. 

Bumham, Edmund Alden, St. Louis, Mo. 

BarroaKhs,6raoe,Gox8ackie-on-Hudson, N. Y. 

Batcher, Stephen Gtoorge, New Britain, Ct. 

Butler, George Manley,, Northampton, Mass. 

Cameron, Alexander, Duluth, Minn. 

Capen, Edward Warren, Jamaica Plain.Mass. 

Carey, Edward Francis, Princeton, HI. 

Carter, George William, West Haven, Ct. 

Chaffee, Franklin McClure, Mt. Vernon, lo. 

Chase, Loring Bertie, Marlboro, N. H. 

Chase, Stanley Alexander, Nashville, Tenn. 

Cherineton, Reed Brown, San Francisco, Cal. 

Chez, Anthony Wenzel, Richmond, lo. 

Clark, Clara May, Northampton, Mass. 

Clark, William Francis, Meriden, Ct. 

Clarke, Clement George, New Haven, Ct. 

Clade, John Pete, Waucoma, lo. 

Clute, Horace Edwin, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Cochrane, Robert Hagh, Taunton, Mass. 

Collins, Wm. Lysander Burbank, Keene,N.H. 

Colp, Donald Gray, Tacoma, Wn. 

Cone, John Henry, Chesterfield, Eng. 

Conkle, Noble Wallar, Oberlin, O. 

Corbin, Paul Seaton, Carlinville, 111. 

Curtis, Frederic Greorge, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Curtiss, Payson Lewis, Charlestown, O. 

Cutler, Alex. Elli«, Rockford, 111. 

Dana, Malcolm, Northfield, Minn. 

Dascomb, Arthur Steele, Westminster, Yt. 

Davies, William Evan, Scranton, Pa. 

Davis, Charles Henry, Ware, Mass. 
Dawson, William Leon, Oberlin, O. 
Day, Ernest Ellsworth, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Day, Richard Carlton, Mokelumne Hill, Cal. 
Deane, John Pitt, CJrown Point, N. Y. 
DeBerry, William Nelson, Nashville, Tenn. 
Dennison, G^orjre Borrodel, Janesville, Wis. 
Dexter, Daniel Weaver, Elmira, N. Y. 
Dickson, James Henry, Oberlin, O. 
Dietrich, Henry John, Lesterville, S. D, 
Dietrick, Will Arthur, Lockport, N. Y. 
Dixon, William Reese, Viroqua, Wis. 
Donat, Joseph, Chicago, III, 
Donnaier, Cnristlan, Scotland, S. D. 
Downs, Charles Albert, Jamesport, N. Y. 
Drown, George Leonard, Providence, R. I. 
Dungan, Thomas Arthur, Otis, Colo. 
Dunning, Morton Dexter, Boston, Mass. 
Dyer, Heniy Bradford, Cambridge, Mass. 
Eckles, William Edgar, Porterville, 
Edwards, Thomas, Syracuse, O. 
Slliot, Charles, Toronto, Out. 
Ellwood, William, Durham, Eng. 
Smery, Clarence Percy, New BMford, Mass. 
Snders, George Christian, St. Johns, O. 
Ensminger, ^ed Patterson, Sanford, Fla. 
Etherton, Guy Everett, Carbondale, 111. 
Evans, Edward Russell, Chelsea, Mass. 
Evans, Howell Michael, Grand Island, Neb. 
Evans, Thomas, Bridge End, S. Wales. 
Fairchild, Paul Dean, New York, N. Y. [Me. 
Famsworth, Lynn Yernleigh, S. Beddington, 
Feary, John Benjamin, Newton, Mass. 
Fenenga, Melmon Jacob, Yankton, S. D. 
Ferguson, Edwin Benjamin, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Femanders, Benjamin M., New Haven, Ct. 



1897 
1896 
1894 
1898 



Amherst, 1896 

Amherst, 1894 
Mt. Holyoke,1896 

Beloit, 1895 
Amherst, 
CarletOQ, 
Amherst, 
Mich. U. 
WesleyanU.1892 

Cornell U. 1890 

Amherst, 1897 

Oberlin, 1896 
Ohio Wes. U.— 

Smith, 1884 

Yale, 1897 

Yale, 1895 

Iowa, 1894 

Amherst, 1896 

Amherst, 1898 

Fargo, 1896 

Oberlin, — 
Blackburn, 1898 



Oberlin, 

Beloit, 

Carleton, 

Dartmouth, 

Marietta, 

Williams, 

Oberlin, 

Minn. U. 



1896 
1898 
1898 
1897 
1898 
1898 
1897 
1895 



Cornell U. 1890 

Fisk U. 1896 

Princeton U. 1895 

Mich. U. 1894 

Wilton, — 

Oberlin, 1897 

Beloit, 1896 



Wilton, 

Oberlin, 

Brown U. 

Colorado, 

Amherst, 

Harvard, 

Pomona, 



Oberlin, 
Andover, 

Hartford, 

Hartford, Sen. 

Hartford, Mid 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Hartford, 

Andover, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Hartford, 

Pacific, 

Oberlin, 



Mid. 
Mid. 
Mid. 



Mid. 
Mid. 
Fel. 
Jan. 
R.L. 
Jun. 
Mid. 
Sen. 
Mid. 
Jun. 



Hartford, Jun. 



Yale, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Andover, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Bangor, 

Oberiin, 

Chicago, 

Oberlin, 

Hartford, Mid. 

Chicago, Jun. 

Hartford, [Tun. 

Chicago, Mid. 

Yale, Jun. 

Hartford, Jun. 

Oberlin, Sen, 



Mid. 
Jun. 
[Sen. 
Jun. 
Sen. 
Jun. 
Sen. 
Sen. 
Mid. 
Jun. 
R. L. 



1897 
1898 
1897 
1896 
1898 



Rollins, 1897 

Amherst, 1894 

Brecon, 1893 

Oberlin, — 

Yankton, 1896 



Yale, 

Pacific, 

Yale, 

Oberlin, 

ChicHgo, 

Chicago, 

Oberlm, 

Chicago, Ger, Jm 

Oberhn, Jun. 

Chicago, Sen. 

Oberlin, SHau. 

Chicago, Ger, Jn. 

Hartford, Mid. 

Andover, Jun. 

Chicago, 

Hartford, 

Andover, 

Pacific, 

Oberlin, 

Oberlin, _ __ 

Oberlin, Eng. Sn. 

Bangor, Sen. 

Oberiin, 

Andover, 

Chicago, 

Yale, 

Chicitfo, 

Oberlin, Eng. Sn. 

Hartford, Mid. 

Bangor, 

Bangor, 

Chicago, 

Yale, 

Yale. 



Sen. 
Mid. 
Grad. 
Sen. 
Jun. 
Sen. 
Jun. 



Mid. 
Sen. 
Sen. 
Jun. 
R.L. 
Jon. 



R.L. 
Mid. 
Sen. 
Sen. 
Mid. 



Mid. 
Mid. 
Sen. 
Mid. 
R.I* 



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Fisher, Charles Frederic, Arborville, Neb. 
Fisher, James Grinfall, Holliston, Mass. 
Fisher, William P , Brunswick, Me. 
Fiske, Samuel Asa, Shelburne, Mass. 
Flood, Fred Whituey, Ellsworth Falls, Me. 
Fox, Paul, Teschen, Austrian Silesia. 
Frantz, Milton N. 

Fraser, Arthur Elieda, New Haven, Gt. 
French, Howard Dakin* Natick, Mass. 
Fulton, Albert Cooley, Elmira, N. Y. 
Furbush, Andrew Ghesley, Machias, Me. 
Gait, Howard Spilman, Shenandoah, lo. 
Gammon, Robert William, Biff Bock, 111. 
Gavlik, Andrew, Upper Lehigh, Pa. 
Gaylord, Joseph Howard, Barre, Mass. 
Gillett, Philip Loring, Colo. Springs, Colo. 
Gilpatric, Howard, Biddeford, Me. 
Goadard, Louis Allen, Madison, Wis. 
Goin, Edward Franklin, Birmingham, Ala. 
Goshen, Elmer Isaac, Farmington, 111. 
Gramnaes, Johan, Frederiksyern, Norway. 
Grant, Martin Lee, Sprinfffield, O. 
Gray, Samuel Houston, Chicago, 111., 
Gregory, James Francis, Bordentown. N. J. 
Groves, Ernest Butherford, Hudson, Mass. 
Gustafson, Theodore, Chicago, 111. 
Haines, G^rge, Paterson, N. J. 
Halbert, Leroy Allen, Topeka, Kas. 
HaU, Archibald McClelland, New Haven, Ct. 
Ham. Richard Kimball, Tulare, Cal. 
Hamlin, Christ' pher Robert, Lexington, Mass. 
Haskell, Joseph Noyes, Newburyport, Mass. 
Hannant, Norrison Everett, Shell Rock, la. 
Hare, Alfred Waldron, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Harrison, Charles Harvey, St. John, N. B. , 
Hartman, John Edwin, Hanover, Pa. [Mass. 
Hartwell, Arthur Elmer, Newton Highlands. 
Hawkes, Albert Scott, Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Hawkins, Chaunoey Jeddie, Suisun, Cal. 
Hawks, William Cushman, Hartford, Ct. 
Hayden, Newell Matson, Denver, Colo. 
Hayes, Edward Christopher,Barton Station,0. 
Hayes, William Henry, North Guilford, Ct. 
Haynes, Herbert, Knobnoster, Mo. 
Henkelman, Gustav Ludwig, Heleno, Russia. 
Henuings, Gustaf, Austin, 111. 
Henry, Frank Edmonds, Emmetsburg, lo. 
Heydenburk, Frank Horace, Olivet, Mich. 
Higginbotham, James Kerns, Williivmsb'g,Ky. 
Hul, Daniel Webster, Petersburg, Va. 
Hill, Francis Henry, New Havea, Ct. 
Hill, George Washington, Oberlin, O. 
Hitclioock, Wallace Chester, Ripon, Wis. 
Hitze, Wm. Herman, Indianola, Neb. 
Hodous, Lewis, Cleveland, O. 
Hofstedt, John Edward, Ballard, Wn. 
Hogberg, Adolf Fredrik, McKeesport, Pa. 
Holden, Frederick Augustus, Burlington, Ct. 
Holm, Charles Johann, N. Easton, Mass. 
Holmes, Alice May, Eastport, Me. 
Holt, Arthur Erastus, Longmont, Colo. 
Horiye, Tahachi, Japan. 
Howkins, Charles William, Fitch Bay, P. Q. 
Howse, John Lloyd, Harrison, N. C. 
Hudson, Charles KoUin, Franklin, lud. 
Ide, Herbert Chandler, Webster, Mass. 
Isakson, Carl Oscar, Lockport, 111. 
Iversen, Anthony, Drammen, Norway. 



College and Tear 
of Gradaating. 



Doane, 



1897 



Amherst, 1897 
Bowdoin, 1891 



Beloit, 



1894 



Princeton, 1897 

Yale U. 1897 

Chicago U. 1896 

Earlham, 1895 

Amherst, 1896 

Colorado, 1897 

Bowdoin, 1896 
Wisconsin 17.1898 

FiskU. 1898 

N. WestU. 1894 

Wittenberg, 1898 

Oberlin, 1896 

Amherst, 1898 



Bowdoin, 
Washburn, 
Butler U. 
Pacific U. 
Boston U. 
Amherst, 
Wheaton, 



1897 
1898 
1888 

1893 
1896 
1896 



Heidelb'rgU.1896 

Boston U. 1893 

Oberlin, 

Pacific U. 

Amherst, 

Yale, 

Olivet, 

WesleyanU.1896 

O. Wesl'n U.1888 



1893 
1896 
188S 

1897 



Iowa, 
Olivet, 



1894 



Oberlin, 1897 

Ripon, 1898 

Doane, 1898 

W. Res. U. 1897 



Amherst, 1898 

Mt.Holyoke,1895 
Colorado, 1898 



Indiana U. 1897 
Amherst, 1898 



Seminary and 
Clan. 



Mid. 
Sen. 
R. L. 
Mid. 
Mid. 
Slav. 
R. L. 
Grad. 
Mid. 
Mid. 
Mid. 
Sen. 
Sen. 
Slav, 
Sen. 
Mid. 
Sen. 
Jun. 
Jun. 
Sen. 



Andover, 

Bangor, 

Andover, 

Hartford, 

Andover, 

Oberlin, 

Andover, 

Yale, 

Bangor, 

Hartford, 

Andover, 

Hartford, 

Chicago, 

Oberlm, 

Hartford, 

Yale, 

Andover, 

Chicago, 

Oberlin, 

Chicago, 

Chi'ffo, 1 

Obenin, Jun. 

Chicago, Sen. 

Yale, Jon. 

Bangor, Jun. 

Chicago, 6^.Sen. 

Andover, Jun. 

Chicago, 

Yale, 

Pacific, 

Yale, 

Andover, 

Chicago, 

Pacifio. 

Bangor, 

Chicago, 

Andover, 

Hartford, 

Yale, 

Hartford, 

Pacific, 

Chicago, 

Yale, 

Chicago, 

Chio'go,(;er.Sen. 

ChicagOj/Sw. Jun. 

Chicago, Mid. 

Oberlin, Grad 



Jun. 
Grad. 
Mid. 
Sen. 
Mid. 
Sen. 
Jun. 
Mid. 
Sen. 
Sen. 
Mid. 
Sen. 
Sp. 
Mid. 
Mid. 
Jun. 
Sen. 



Mid. 
Jun. 
B.L. 
Jun. 
Jun. 
Jun. 
Mid. 



Oberlin, 

Yale, 

Yale. 

Oberlin, 

Chicago, 

Chicago, 

Hartford, 

Chicago, Sw. Sen, 

Chicago, 6't(7. Sen, 

Yale, R. L. 

Chicago, ^{/7.Mid, 

Hartford, Sen 

Yale, 

Pacific, 

Bangor, 

Chicago, 

Yale, 

Hartford, 

Chic'go, Sw. Sen 

Chi'go,D.iV.Mid 



Jun. 
Jun. 
Mid. 
Sen. 
Grad. 
Jun. 



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NAMES AND RBSIDENCES. 



Collie and Year 
of Graduating. 



Dartmouth, 1896 



Amherst, 1896 

Gaermarthen, — 
Beloit, 1898 



Amherst, 
Doshisha, 
Iowa U. 
Redfield, 
Denver U. 
Fisk U. 



1896 
1893 
1897 
1897 
1898 
1892 



Iversen, Ingvald, Stavangf^r, Norway. 

Jaquith, Charles Arthur, Thetford, Vt. 

Johnson, John Emil, Scottdale, Fa. 

Johnson, Paul Aron, Joliet, 111. 

Jones, George, Svraouse, N. Y. 

JoneH, George Milton, Chicago. 111. 

Jones, Tlios. Gwilym, Merthyr Tydvil, Wales. 

Jordan, John Wesley, Bromfield, HI. 

Jorgensen , Jens Christian, Jetsmark.Denmark. 

Josephson, Juhn, Dauway, III. 

Jump, Herbert Atchinson, Albany, N. Y. 

Kawabe, Jiroku, Kyoto, Japan. 

Keeler, Wilfred Cecil, Des Moines, lo. 

Kent, William, Henry, S. D. 

Kerr, Thomas Knox, Brookfield, O. 

King, Hines Eugene, Cleveland, O. 

Koch, Oscar Fredrik, Jersey City, N. J. 

Koehler, John Peter, Superior, Neb. 

Koenig, David, Parkston, S. D. 

Krikorian, Hohannes, Alntab, Turkey. 

Krause, Frederick Charles, Sumner, lo. 

Lacey, Albert Theodore, Downer's Grove, 111 

Lake, Geo. Edward, Hampstead, N. H. 

Lanphear, Waltt^r Eugene, Oberlin, O. 

Larsen, Bartholdus, Stavanger, Norway. 

LarsoD, Anton Ranmus, Vilas, S. D. 

Larson, Nels, San Francisco, Cal. 

Lathrop, William Gilbert, North Haven, Ct. 

Leavitt, Edith Wilson, Melrose, Mass. 

Leavitt, Frederic William. Norfolk, Neb. 

LeBosquet, John Edwards, Somerville, Mass. 

Life, Sisag Krikor, Caesarea, Tur. 

Lindroofi, Karl August, Brighton, Mass. 

Lippincott,ClarenceMelville,Waynesbarg,Pa. 

Lohr, Oeorg, Hartford, Wis. 

Lombard, Frank Alanson, Sutton, Mass. 

Long, William J., Andover, Mass. 

Loos, William, Cheboygan, Wis. 

Lothrop, Dorance Bertel, Pittsfield, Me. , 

Luce, Irving Jacob, Monroe, Mich. 

Lyman, Eugene William, Cummington, Mass. 

Lyman, Frederick Bumham, Watertown,Mass. 

Lyman, Harvey Austin, Mitchell, S. D. 

Lyman, Joseph Bardwell, Stapleton, N. Y. 

Ljmde, Charles Ensign, Des Moines, lo. 

I^tle, James Arthur, Lawrence, Mass. 

McAllister, Frank Barr, Lawrence, Mass. 

McCann, William Grant, Philadelphia, Pa. 

MacFarland, Chas. Stedman, Melrose, Mass. 

Mclver, Donald, Sanford, N. C. 

McKinney,SamuelSteven8on,Greenwood,S.C. 

Macnair,WilliamMackintosh,Providence,R.I. 

Manwell, Augustine Parker, Lynn, Mass. 

Mapes, Fred Hulse, Middletown, N. Y. 

Marsh, Burton Everett, Montague, Mass. 

Marsh, George Levi, Grinnell, lo. 

Marshall, Charles Greenway, McGregor, lo. 

Marshall, John Law, Jr., Lincoln, Neb. 

Martin, Benjamin Franklin, Fulton, Wis. 

Martin, Carl Robert, St. Paul, Minn. 

Martin, George Robert, La Salle, 111. Knox, 1898 

Mather, William Amot, New York, N. Y. Princeton U. 1896 

Matthews, Austin J., West Union, W. Va. 

Merriam, Charles Wolcott, Springfield, Mass.' Amherst, 1898 

Merrill, G^rge Plumer, Minneapolis, Minn. Minn. U. 1893 

Meyer, Frank B., Cleveland, O. Adelbert, 1898 

Mickels, Peter Adrian, Worcester, Mass. — — 

Miller, Jaflon George, Andover, Mass. Dartmouth, 1892 



Wilton, 1898 

Wilton, — 

N. West, — 

Beloit, 1897 

Dartmouth, 1896 

Oberlin, — 

Yankton, 1898 

Brown U. 1889 
Mt.Holyoke, 1897 
Doane, 1895 

Harvard, 1896 
Anatolia, 1894 

Wayne8burg,1898 

Amherst, 1896 



Seminary and 

Class. 



Yale, 

Olivet, 

Amherst, 

Amherst, 

Yankton, 

New York 

Iowa, 

Williams, 

Amherst, 

Yale, 



1895 
1897 
1894 
18y7 
1896 
U.1894 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1897 



N. C. Univ. 

Lincoln U. 

Brown U. 

Amherdt, 

Williams, 

Amherst, 

Iowa, 

Oberlin, 

Nebraska U. 

Beloit, 



1897 
1898 

1897 
1896 
1898 
1898 
1897 
1893 



Chi'go,Z>.JV.Mid 
Yale, Sen 

Chioago, Sw. SeA 
Chicago, 6*to.Sfn 
Chicago, Mid. 
Bangor, Sen, 

Yale, Jun< 

Chicago, Jun 
Chi'go, D.iyr. Sen, 
Chi'go,i).iV.Jun, 



Yale, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Chicago, 

Oberlin, 

Hartford, 



Mid. 
Sen. 
Jun. 
Jun. 
Jun. 
Jun. 



Chicago,/S\o. Mid. 

Chi'go, Ger. Jun. 

Chi'go, Ger. Jun. 

Yale, -^ ' 

Pacific, 

Chicago, 

Bangor, 

Oberlin, 

Chi'gcD.i^. Mid. 

Chicago, Jun. 

Chicago,i8^to. Sen. 

Yale, R. L, 

Hartford, Mid. 

Andover, 

Andover, 

Ob#*rlin, 

Chicago, Sw. Sen. 

Yale, Jun. 

Chi,go, Ger, Mid. 

Hartford, Sen, 

Andover, 

Chicago, 

Yale, 

Pacific, 

Yale, 

Hartford, 

Chicago, 

Yale, 

Chicago, 

Hartford, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Oberlin, 

Andover, 

Hartford, 

Yale, 

Hartford, 

Chicago, 

Yale, 

Hartford, 

ChicHgo, 



Grad. 
Sen. 
Mid. 
Sen. 
Sen. 



Sen. 
Sen. 
Jun. 



R. L. 

Mid. 

Jun. 

Jun. 

Sen. 

Mid. 

Mid. 

Mid. 

Mid. 

Sen. 

Sen. 

Mid. 
Grad. 

Mid. 

Jun. 

Jun. 

Mid. 

Sen. 

Jun. 

Jun. 

Mid. 

Mid. 
R. L. 



Chicago, (Si/7.Mid. 



Chicago, 
Hartford, 
Chicago, 
Hartford, 
Chicago. 
Hartford, 
Chic'go, i^w. Mid 
Andov«r, Sen. 



Jun. 
Sen. 
R. L. 
Jun. 
Mid. 
Jun. 



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College and Tear 
of Graduating. 



Mar7 Sharpe,1871 
Iowa, — 

WheatoD, 1896 

Tale. 1892 

CumVrl'ndU.— 
Williams, 1896 

Wooster U. — 
Bala, Bangor,1893 
Williams, - 
Amherst, 1888 
Oberlin, 1897 
Fargo, 1896 



Toronto U. 1897 
Beloit, 1896 



Ursiims, 1898 

Marietta, 1897 

French Am. 1896 

Stanford U, 1897 

Boston U. 1898 

Dartmouth, 1898 

Harvard, 1887 

Yankton, 1896 



Miller, Katherine Ann, Bussellville, Tenn. 

Miller, Olaf Hans, Granville, 111. [Macedonia. 

Momiroff, Konstantine Dimeter, Monastir, 

Monson, Magnns, Chicago, 111. 

Montgomery, Geo. Kedinf2:tou, K. Haven, Gt. 

Moody, Benjamin Franklin, Oakland, Cal. 

Moor, David Yeretsian, Willington, Gt. 

Moore, Edward Whiteside, Gham plain, N. T. 

Muore, John Wright, Faribault, Minn. 

Morgan, Daniel Thomas, Wilkesbarre, Pa. 

Morse, Warren, Bridgewater. Gt. 

Moulton, Warren Joseph, G. Sandwich, N.H. 

Mowbray, Henry Buckingham, Bak'sfield,Ga]. 

Mnllenbach, James, Ghicago, 111. 

Keedham, Olive Fuller, £. Ashford, N. T. 

Nelson, John, Oshkosh, Wis. 

Kelson, Otto, Cadillao, Mich. 

Nicol, James Malcolm, London, Ont. 

Nussbaum, Georg Paul Erich v., Berlin, Ger. 

Olds, Gharles Burnell, Beloit, Wis. 

Oleson, Hans, Merrill, Wis. 

Olmstead, Ed^ar Hammond, Oberlin, O. 

Olson, Axel Walfrid, Chicago, 111. 

Omwake, George Leslie, Greencastle, Pa. 

Owens, Edmund, Davenport, Wn. 

Palisoul, Emile Joseph, Lowell, Mass. 

Palmer, Burton Murray, Saratoga, Gal. 

Parker, ^ederic, Boston, Mass. 

Partington, Ina, Manville, R. I. 

Patey, Hedley Philip, Waltham, Mass. 

Peabody, Harry Ernest. New Haven, Gt. 

PeardoD, James Henry, Montague, P. E. I. 

Perrin, David J., Armour, S. D. 

Peters, Biohard, New Bedford, Mass. 

Peterson, Gnrl Edward, Worcester, Mass. 

Pinkerton, Henry Moody, Chicago, 111. 

Pinkney, William Clarence, Kishwaukee, 111. 

Piper, Charles Edward, Monticello, 111. 

Pratt, Arthur Peabody, Medford H'side, Mass. 
Prucha, Vaclav, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Ball, Harry Frank, Des Moines, lo. 
Balph, Philip Henry, Beloit, Wis. 
Baymond, C. Kexford, Oberlin, O. 
Bead, Elmer David, Jacksonville, 111. 

Beed, Lewis, Thurston, Worcester, Mass. 

Beed, Lucius Fenn, Weeping Water, Neb. 

Beid, John, Worcester, Mass. 

Beister. Johannes, Scotland, S. D. 

Bicharoson, Ernest Gladstone, Walli'gford, Gt. 

Bichmond, William Alfred, S. Royalston, Ms. 

Biley, William Wendell, McPherson, Kan. 

Bobertson, Albert Alexander, St. Louis, Mo. Drury, 

Bobinson, Edwin Bradford,Winohester, Mass. Amherst, 

Bobinson, Henry Ward, Beloit, Wis. Beloit, 

Bobinson, Percy J., Whitney's Point O. Oberlin, 

Bogers, Robert Wells, Wauwatosa, Wis. Beloit, 

Rogers, William Osgood, Mt. Pleasant. lo. Iowa W. G. — 

Bockwood. Arden Murdock, Willsburg, Or. Amherst, 1896 

Root, Benjamin Franklin, Bridgeport, Gt. Emporia, 1897 

Boslin, Sven Emil, Manchester, N. H. — 

Sanderson, Edward Frederick, Cleveland, O. Amherst, 1896 

Sargent, Sumner Horace, Dartmouth, 1897 

Sattler, Ferdinand, Tyndall, S. D. 

Schjoll, Johan, Drammen, Norway. 

Schmavonian, Arsene B., Constantinople. Bobert, 1895 

Schmidt, Philipp, Chicago, 111. 

Schmiechen, Remhold B., Dittelsbach, Ger. 

Seccombe, Samuel Howe, Springfield, S. D. Amherst, 1896 



Ripon, 
Wheaton, 
Lombard U. 
Boston U. 
Minn. U. 
Iowa U. 
Beloit, 
Oberlin, 
Illinois, 
Amherst, 
Doane, 
Amherst, 



Dickinson, 1896 



1897 
1897 
1898 
1896 

1891 
1898 
1895 
1897 
1893 
1898 



1896 
1897 



1898 



Seminary and 
Clan. 



Hartford, Mid. 
Chio'go, 8w. Jun. 
Chicago, Sen. 
Chicago, Su>. Mid. 



Mid. 
Sp. 
Sen. 
Sen. 
Mid. 
Mid. 
Sen. 
Orad. 
Mid. 
Sen. 



Yale, 

Pacific, 

Yale, 

Bangor, 

Chicago, 

Oberlin, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Pacific, 

Chicago, 

Ob'rlin,Eng.Sen. 
Chic*go,D..y.Md. 
Chicago,^. Mid. 
Yale, Mid. 

Chicago, Oer, Sen. 
Hartford, Sen. 
Chic'go,D.2^.Md. 
Oberlin, Sen. 
ChicAgo.Sw. Mid. 
Yale, Jun. 

Pacific, Mid. 
Andover, Sen. 
Pacific, Mid. 

Andover, 
Bangor, 
Hartford, 
Yale, 
Bangor, 
Chicago, 

Bangor, 

Chicago, Sw, Sen 

Chicago, 

Chicago, 

Yale, 

Andover, 

Chicago, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Oberlin, 

Ghicago, 

Yale, 

Andover 

Andover, 

Chic'go,(?er.Mid. 

Yale, ~ " 

Bangor, 

Chicago, 

Chicago, 

Yale, 

Chicago, 

Oberlin, 

Chicago, 

Chicago, 

Andover, 

Yale, 

Chicago.Si/?. Sen. 
Hartford, Sen. 
Bangor,. Jun. 
Chicago, Oer. Mid, 
Chi'go,Z>.i^.Mid. 
Hartford, Sen. 
Chic*go,(?er.Mid. 
Chio'go, O'er. Sen. 
Chicago, Sen. 



Mid. 
Jun. 
Jun. 
Grad. 
Sen. 
Sen. 
Mid. 



Mid. 
Mid. 
Jun. 
Jun. 
Sen. 
Grad. 
Jun. 
Mid. 
Mid. 
Sen. 
Jun. 
Sen. 



R. L. 
Mid. 
Mid. 
Sen. 
Sen. 
Mid. 
Jun. 
Jun. 
Mid. 
Sen. 
Mid. 



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College and Tear 
of Qradaatlng. 



1896 
1895 



1897 
1893 
1893 

1898 
1896 
1894 



Brown U. 
Harvard, 
Dartmouth, 
O. State U. 
Yale, 

Dartmouth, 
Oberlin, 
Amherst, 
Harvard, 
Amherst, 
J6hn» Hop. U.'98 
Mt. Holyoke,1898 
Oberlin, . 1894 
Neb. U. 1874 

Oberlin, 1896 
Amherst, 1895 



Michigan U. 1897 
Heidelberg, 1894 

Williams, 1890 



Seibert, John Addison, Oberlin, O. Oberlin, 

Shahbaz, Baba Nweeya, Oroomiah, Persia. Oroomiah, 1891 

Sheldon. Frank Milton, Tabor, lo. Tabor, 1898 

Shirk, Christian Horniog, Spring Grove, Pa. Albright, 1896 

Shoemaker, Elmer Ellsworth, Glenbnm, Pa. Harvard, 1889 

Sinden, Archibald William, Oak Park, 111. Beloit, 

Slade, William Franklin, Chelsea, Mass. — 

Smith, Edward Huntington. Norwich, Ct. Amherst, 1898 

Smith, Ida May, Oakland, Cal. 

Smith, Jesse Fowler, Silver Lane, Ct. 

Snell, Herbert Laird Wingate, Brookline, Ms. 

Snow, Bverard Walker, Washington, D. C. 

Snow, Walter Austin, Austinburg, O. 

Spaing, Geo. Brown, Jr., Syracuse, N. Y. 

Sparhawk, Willis Tucker, Kandolph, Vt. 

Spenoe, William Henry, Oberlin, O. 

Stackman, Carl, Amherst, Mass. 

Stackpole, Markham Winslow, Boston, Mass. 

Steams, Alfred Ernest, Amherst, Mass. 

Steams, Charles Miner, Hartford, Ct. 

Stevens, Caroline Clarke, Cincinnati, O. 

Stevens, Wilmot Eddy, Greenville, Mich. 

Stevenson, Wallace Miles, Danville, lo. 

Stiles, Hubert William, Oberlin, O. 

Stocking, Jay Thomas, Lisbon Centre, N. Y. 

Stoelling, Freidrich, Freelandville, Ind. 

Stone, August Ludwig, Chicago, 111. 

Stoneman, Albert Henry, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Strawman, David Samuel, Lindsay, O. 

Strayes, Paul Moore, Baltimore, Md. 

Strong, Joseph Selden, Patten, Me. 

Suber, Gustav Adolf, Boston. Mass. 

Suffa, Andreas, Clinton, Mass. — — 

Suter, Jacob, New Haven, Ct. — — 

Swann, Walter McMullen, Albany, N. Y. Union, 1898 

Swanson, August Levin, Fargo, li. D. — — 

Takeda, Charles Komakichi, Koohi, Japan. — — 

Talmadge, Elliott Ford, Hartford, Ct. Oberlin, — 

Talmage, Luther Curtis, Detroit, Mich. Olivet, — 

Tarr, James Jabez Gott, Bockport, Mass. — — 

Thayer, Frederick D., Enfield, Mass. Amherst, 1897 

Thiol, John Peter, Ritzville, Wn. — — 

Thistleton, Alfred Edward, Newark, N. J. — — 

Tre Fethren, Eugene Byron, Webster, S. D. Redfield, 1894 
Trout, John Moore, Bridg«)ville, Del. Princeton, 1896 

Vavrina, Vaclav, Cobb, Wis. — — 

Viehe, Gottlieb Johannes, Gueterstoh, G«r. — — 

Yining, Eugene Conrad, Freeport, Me. Bowdoin, 1897 

Wade, Justin Goodone, Chicago, 111. Drury, 1893 

Warner, Alexander Charles, Gridley, 111. Beloit, — 

Warren, Bonnie Buth, Cincinnati, O. — — 

Warren, Charles McLean, Collinsville, Ct. Yale, 1898 

Waters, Baxter, Canton, Mo. Christian U. 1894 

Watkins, Arthur Charles, Auburn, N. Y. JohnsHopkins,'95 

Watson, Albert Priestley, Everett, Mass. Dartmouth, 1897 

Watson, Lorenzo Lewis, Wheelmg, Ind. De Pauw U. 1896 

Weiss, Joseph, De Pere, Wis. Beloit, 1898 

White, Charles Ernest, Bellows Falls, Vt. Brown U. 1897 
Whitley, John Edward, Springfield, Mo. Drury, 1897 

Wilbur. G^rge Henry, Albany, Me. — — 

Williams, Mary Loomis, Bumside, Ct. Wellesley, 1897 

Williams,Theodore,Charles,Cheboygan,Mioh. Michigan U. — 
Williams, Thistle, Grinnell, lo. . Iowa, 1898 

Williams, William John, Newark, O. Oberlm, — 

Wilson, James, Eaton, Colo. — — 

Withington, Henry Jay, Humboldt. Kan. Kansas U. 1895 

Wood worth, Arthur Vyne, Berlin, Ct. Amherst, 1893 

Worcester, Edward Strong, Burlington, Vt. Princeton, U. — 



Seminary and 
OlaBfl. 



Oberlin, 

Hartford, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Chicago, 

Bangor, 

Hartford, 

Pacific, 

Hertford, 

Andover, 

Hartford, 

Chicago, 

Andover, 

Bangor, 

Oberlin, 

Yale, 

Andover, 

Andover, 

Hartford, 

Hartford, 

Andover, 

Pacific, 

Oberlin, 

Yale, 

Chic'go,Ger.Mid 

Chicago, i^to.Sen. 

Andover, Mid. 

Chicago, Sen. 

Yale, R. L. 

Hartford. R. L. 

Chicago,mo. Mid. 

Chic'go,G'er. Sen. 

Yale, B. L. 

Yale, Jun. 

Chicago, /Sto.Mid. 

Pacific, Sen. 

Hartford, Mid. 

Chicago. R. L. 

Ob'rlin,Eng.Mid. 

Hartford, Jun. 

Chic'go,(?«r.Mid. 

Bangor, Mid. 

Hartford, Sen. 

Hartford, Mid. 

Oberlin, Slav. 

Chicago, Ger. Sen, 



Sen. 
Sen. 
Jun. 
B.nj. 
R.L. 
Mid. 
Sen. 
Jun. 
Sp. 
Sen. 
Mid. 
Jun. 
Mid. 
Mid. 
Sen. 
Sen. 
Jun. 
Sen. 
Mid. 
Jun. 
Jun. 
Sen. 
Mid. 
Sen. 
Jun. 



Andover, 

Chicago, 

Chicago, 

Pacific, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Andover, 

Chicago, 

Yale, 

Hartford, 

Yale, 

Pacific, 

Hartford, 

Chicago, 

Chicago, 

Oberlin, 

Ob'rlin,Eng.Mid. 

Chicago, Mid. 

Yale, Mid. 

Hartford, Jun . 



Mid. 
Sen. 
Sen. 
Jun. 
Jun. 
Sen. 
Mid. 
Mid 
R. L. 
Jun. 
Mid. 
Mid. 
Mid. 
Jun. 
Jun. 
Jun. 
Jun. 



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NAjnS AHD BB8IDBNCE8. 



Worthley, Harry Opfirood, BmnHwick, Me. 
Wright, Benjamin Mead, Orange, Gt. 
Wright, Clarence Le Roy, Chicago, 111. 
Yale, David L. 

Yarrow. Philip Walter, Lowell, Masi. 
York, Bart Leon, Putnam, Ct. 
Young, Archie Henry, Ashland, Wis. 
Young, Robert Samuel, Lebanon, 111. 
Yukl, Adolphi, Silver Lake, Minn. 
Zellars, Edwin Gaines, Lecompton, Kan. 
Zrrbe, Jacob, Annville, Pa. 
Zumstein, William Charles, Chicago, 111. 



College and Year 
of Graduating. 



Princeton XT. 
Amherst, 
Ripon, 
McKendree, 

LanelJ. 
Lebanon V. 



1896 
1896 
1898 
1897 

1896 
1898 



Seminary and 
Class. 



Bangor, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Andover, 

Hartford, 

Yale, 

Chicago, 

Yale, 

Oberlin, 

Yale, 

Yale, 



Sen. 
B.L. 
Jun. 
R. L. 
Sen. 
Sen. 
Jun. 
Jun. 
Slav, 
[Qm, 
Jan. 



Chicago, Ger.Sen. 



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PACIFIC THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, Oakland, Cal. 

After page 67 was printed, the following important announcement was received 
from Pacific Seminary, and is given place liere: — 

Rbmovai.. — The Seminary is about to remove to Berkeley, the seat of the Uni- 
versity of California, in order to avail itself of the advantages offered by that 
institution. 

Admission. — The Seminary is open to students of every Christian denomination, 
to women as well as to men. Applicants should present certificates of membership 
in some church, and recommendations as suitable candidates for the ministry from 
responsible and qualified persons. For admission to the Three Years* Course, Senior 
standing in the University of California, or its strict equivalent, will be required. 
Applicants not having this standing can pursue their studies in the University 
under the care of the Faculty of the Seminary, if they have attained Junior stand- 
ing, or its strict equivalent. Preparation must include some generous amount of 
scientific and English study, with the acquired facility of easy English composition, 
and, in most cases, Greek. Deficiencies in these may be made up in the University. 
Hebrew will be entirely elective. In some cases, for good reasons, a student will be 
allowed to omit Greek also, and will receive an English diploma; but the quality 
and quantity of work required for this will fall in no refepect short of that required 
for the degree of b. d., which will be given after the completion of the course and 
special examination. 

Advantages. — The student will share in the advantage of constant contact with 
a large student body in one of the principal universities of the land. The scholarly 
standard of the Seminary will be the same as that of the University. Libraries of 
more than one hundred thousand volumes in the aggregate, museums, and labora- 
tories will be accessible for consultation and use. The curriculum has been modified 
essentially to meet what are believed to be the demands of the opening century. 
The climate is unequalled for stimulating qualities, for mildness, and for general 
fineness. It is favorable for study every month in the year, having no debilitating 
springs or prostrating summer heats. 

The Next Year begins Aug. 16, 1899. 

Address the President, Rev. John K. McLean, at Oakland, Cal. 



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[1899. 



COLLEGE EDUCATION OF THE UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS. 

In this table, a number in pafentheses denotes that that number, although onoe 
connected with the college mentioned, did not complete the course. The figures not 
in parentheses denote graduates of the college mentioned. 









Sbmikabibs. 




COLLEGES. 


i 


1 


1 


1 


d 


d 


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hi 

1 


Adelbert College, Ohio 


6 

3 

4 

(1) 1 

1 

2 

4 

1 
6 

2 


3 


1 

(2) 6 

1 

2 
2 
2 

(1) 1 

1 

1 

1 
1 
2 
1 
(1) 4 

(1) 

1 
1 

(1) 
(1) 1 
1 


2 
17 

1 

2 

3 

1 
1 
1 

2 

1 

1 
1 


(1) 

1 
1 

1 
2 

1 

1 
1 


(1) 

1 


17 

4 

1 

(1) 


2 


Amherst College, Massachusetts 

Anatolia Oollea^. Turkev 


BalarBaugor College, Wales 

Beloit CollcMKe, Wisconsin 


(2)12 


Blackburn College, Illinois 


Boston University, Massachusetts 

Bowdoin College. Maine 








Brown University, Rhode Island 

Caermarthen College, Wales 


(1) * 


California University 


Carleton College, Minnesota 


Central Turkey College, Turkey 

Chicago University, Illinois 


2 
1 


ChrisSan University, Missouri 

Colby University, Maine 


1 
1 


Coloraoo College 


5 


Cornell College, Iowa . 

Dartmouth College, New Hampshire. . 
Denver Universifry^, Colorado 


1 

10 
1 


Doane College, Nebraska 


6 


Doshisha CcSlege, Japan 


1 


Drury College, Missouri 


(1)2 


Earlham College, Indiana 


Emporia College, Kansas 


1 


Fargo College, North Dakota 


2 


Fisk University, Tennessee 


3 


French American College, Mass 

Hamilton College, New York, 


2 
1 


Harvard University, Massachusetts . . . 

Heidelberg University, Germany 

Illinois College 

Iowa College , 


7 
2 

1 
(1)6 


Iowa University 


Iowa Wesleyan University 


<S 


Johns Hopkins University, Maryland. 
Kansas University 


Knox College, Illinois 

Lane Univftrsity, TCftTisaSr t , r ...,..•. .. 




Lebanon Valley University, Penn 

Lincoln University, Penn^lvania 

Lombard University, Illinois 




McKendree College, Illinois 


r- 


Mary Sharpe College, Tennessee 

Marietta College, Ohio 


2 


Michi^in University 


(1) 3 


Minn^ota Universii^ 


(1) 2 
(1) 2 


Mission College, Wisconsin 


1 





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COLLEGE BDUCATIONT OF THE UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS. 



COLLEGES. 



Sbminabibs. 



Mt. Holyoke College, Massaohosetts. 

Nebraska University 

New York University 

North Carolina Universitv 

l^orth western College, Illinois 

Northwestern University, Iowa 

Oberlin College, Ohio 

Ohio Univerrity 

Ohio Wesleyan University 

Olivet College, Michigan 

•Oroomiah College, Persia 

Paoiflc University, California 

Pennsylvania College 

Pomona College 

Princeton University, New Jersey. . . 

Bedfield College, Soath Dakota 

Bipon College, Wisconsin '. 

Bobert College, Constantinople 

Rollins College, Florida 

Smith College, Massachusetts 

Stanford University,. California 

Tabor Colleee, Iowa 

Toronto University, Ontario 

Union College, New York 

Union Christian College, Indiana . . . 

Ursinus College, Pennsylvania 

Washburn College, Kansas 

Waynesburg College, Pennsylvania. . 

Weanbleaa College, Kansas 

Wellesley College, Massachusetts . . . 
Wesleyan University, Connecticut . . 

Wheaton College, Illinois 

Williams College, Massachusetts .... 

Wisconsin University 

Wittenbe^ College, Ohio 

Wooster University, Ohio 

Yale University, Connecticut 

Yankton College, South Dakota 

Total graduates 

Partial College course 

Others 

Total 



1 1 

:2) 2 

1 

1 
1 



(1) 6 



(7) 4 



(1) 



(1) 



(1) 1 



(1) 



(1) 



4 
2 

1 
1 
(1) 
(1) 1 
(10)16 

1 
(1) 1 



3 
3 
-1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
7 
1 
1 

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4 



3 
20 



36 



23 



123 



38 



19 



27 
106 



73 



371 



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[1899. 



SUMMARY OF OFFICERS, AND STUDENTS, 1898-9, AND TOTALS FOB 
PBECBDINQ YEARS. 



Sbmhiabt. 



Andorer . 
Bangor . . 
Chicago . 
Hartford. 
Oberlin.. 
Paciflo... 
Yale 



Totals, 1898- 9. . 

1897- 8. . 

1896- 7. . 

1896-6.. 

1894-5.. 

1893- 4. . 

1892- 3.. 
" 1891- 2. . 
•« 1890-1.. 
•« 1889-90. . 
" 1888-9.. 
" 1887- 8. . 
" 188ft- 7. . 
" 1885- 6. . 
" 1884-5.. 
" 1883-4.. 
" 1882- 3. . 
" 1881- 2. . 
" 1880-1.. 
" 1879-80. . 
" 187^9.. 
" 1877- 8. . 
" 1876- 7. . 
" 1875-6.. 
" 1874- 5. . 
" 1873- 4. . 
" 1872- 3. . 
" 1871- 2. . 
" 1870- 1. . 
" 1869-70., 
" 1868-9., 
" 1867-8., 
" 1866-7., 
" 1865-6. 
" 1864^ 5. 
" 186^-4. 
" 1862- 3 
" 1861-2. 

1860- 1. 

1859-60. 

1858-9. 




8 

6 
13 
12 

?! 

9 



64 
64 
64 
63 
58 
52 
52 
46 
46 
47 
47 
46 
44 
44 
44 
47 
39 



35 
35 
36 
37 
35 
35 
34 
32 
31 
31 
26 
25 
22 
24 
24 
23 
25 
24 
24 
24 



25 
25 
26 
20 
27 
27 
38 
89 
35 
27 
27 
21 
22 
18 
18 
11 
24 
27 
19 
15 
13 
19 
22 
22 
22 
16 
11 
12 
11 
9 
11 
11 
10 
10 
9 
9 
11 
9 
7 

10 
10 



a « o S 



4 

6 

3 
1 
13 



27 

19 

24 

19 

23 

15 

11 

12 

9 

10 

7 

9 

10 

7 

6 

9 

3 

13 

11 

17 

8 

13 

8 

9 

13 

12 

13 

16 

18 

7 

16 

9 

16 

19 

19 

10 

16 

18 

14 

24 

15 



III 



10 
28 
22 
24 
16 
29 
29 
22 
33 
22 
22 
23 
19 
28 
16 
16 
25 
21 
6 



Undbbgbaduatb Btudbntb. 



14 
13 
23 
16 
12 
2 
23 



103 

113 

124 

117 

129 

124 

117 

109 

120 

117 

92 

92 

100 

86 

96 

74 

84 

94 

89 

96 

82 

83 

87 

70 

102 

83 

93 

74 

72 

74 

87 

97 

51 

53 

66 

80 

90 

96 



67 



14 
7 
24 
22 
7 
10 
23 



21 

20 

11 

6 

27 



107 

97 

110 

114 

119 

148 

128 

124 

117 

120 

113 

101 

104 

101 

87 

97 

73 

86 

90 

96 

101 

99 

93 

98 

86 

105 



73 
72 



98 
58 
53 
53 

103 
96 

100 
90 
75 



96 

112 

122 

121 

130 

146 

163 

147 

143 

130 

132 

114 

103 

126 

107 

90 

100 

79 

93 

90 

96 

109 

103 



103 
U6 
92 
98 
81 
66 
66 
86 
84 
43 
58 
58 
81 
94 
94 
99 







006 

1 
68 

1 




66 
111 
130 
108 
. 81 
102 
137 
182 
169 
189 
153 
113 



15 
16 
7 
16 
31 
36 
29 
36 
35 
36 
32 
23 
29 
13 
18 
4 
8 
10 

2 
1 
3 
11 
9 
9 



36 
23 
124 
59 
38 
19 
73 



371 
433 
486 
460 
469 
620 
545 
562 
549 
656 
490 
420 



322 
284 
272 
276 
27& 
298 
310 
327 
312 
303 
31& 
327 
329 
278 
272 
240 
338 
25& 
242 
205 
162 
193 
252 
275 
298 
261 
250 



a These special stndenU at Chicago are ranked, 22 with the Senior, 24 with the Middle, and la 
with the Junior clanies; 17 in the German, 12 in the Dano^Norwegian, and 27 in the Swedish 
departments. 
b The special students at Oberlin are in the Slavic department. 

NoTB.—If the Advanced or Graduate classes were included among the students as well as the 
undergraduates, the totals would be increased to 408. i 



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78 CONGREGATIONAL YEAB-BOOK. [1899. 



THE ANNUAL STATISTICS OF THE CHURCHES AND 

MINISTERS. 



The following pages contain the statistics as collected in 1899 by the statistical 
secretaries of the several State organizations, and compiled for this publication by 
the secretary of the National Council, under vote of the publishing committee. 
They are all of date 1 Jan., 1899, except that ministerial supply is, as far as possible, 
brought down to date. 

The secretary, as heretofore, in no case presumes to insert or omit the name of 
church or minister on any authority but that of the State secretaries representing 
their own organizations, or of councils subsequent to the date of annual reports. 

The contents of the statistics are as follows: — 

1. The statistics of the churches and their ministers, by States. 

2. Statistics of Sunday schools, independent and missionary. 

3. List of Congregational ministers in foreign lands. 

4. The National, State, and local organizations of the churches, with officers, 
and dates of next sessions in 1899-1900. 

5. General summary tables for the year. 

6. Tables of summaries, 1858-98. 

7. Bemarks upon the statistics. 

8. Alphabetical list of ministers, with P. O. address, and indexed to pages. 

9. Alphabetical list of licentiates. 

10. List of ministers of other denominations supplying Congregational churches. 

RULES OF COMPILATION. 

1. To arrange in alphabetical order everything capable of it; except that the 
churches in any one town or city arranged, as they should be, under the name of 
that town or city, are placed according to age. 

2. To make neto tables each year. *' Last year's report ** (if known to be such) i» 
always omitted. But, while old reports are not to be inserted in the table, the aggre- 
gate of such last reports from churches failing to report, in the items of church and 
Sunday-school membership, are included in the summaries. Justice to the churches- 
which do report requires this, as their real progress may be apparently diminished 
or reversed, by lack of the figures from their less faithful neighbors. The special 
attention of State eecretaries is called to this point, as it has often been disregarded. 
The list of churches of this year is compared, name by name, with that of last year, 
and all variations which change the place of the church on the list are specifically 
mentioned with the State summary, so that each church can be traced from year to 
year. 

3. To examine carefully all the tables, with a view to correction or addition by 
correspondence, e8i>ecially to correct "pastoral supply" to the latest moment* 
Proof sheets have been sent to secretaries and some home-missionary superintend* 
entB who could be reached in season. But no such changes have been allowed to 
aifect the summaries. 

4. The prime name in a table line is always supposed to be the name of the piace^ 
town or city, in which the church is located, as determined by the place of the meet- 
|ng-house. This is also the name of its post-office, unless followed in line or margin 
by a name in heavy-faced type. In such cases the latter is the post-office, and 

THIS EMPHATIC TYPB in LINB Or MARGIN, IS USBD EXCLUSIVELY FOB NAMES OF 



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POST-OFFiOBS. If this postal word is an adjective, it goes with the preceding name» 
6. g., ''Newton West*'; if itself a name, it supersedes the other, as " Newton, 
Auburndale." Postal designations are not repeated on the second page, and spe- 
cial church names are sometimes given in the second page line, for which there was 
not room in the first. In genenl, the two pages, being invariably opposite, are 
treated as one, and marginal references on the second page are made to foot-notes 
on the first, without repetition when they occur there. 

MINOR EXPLANATIONS. 

1. Any church given in brackets Is one organized since January 1st ; not included 
in the summary, but inserted for information. A few churches temporarily not 
associated are inserted by their own wish. A star (*) denotes churches not asso- 
ciated, except in Califomia, where it marks the churches in Southern California. 

2. Pastors installed or recognized by council are marked "p, c"; pastors duly 
called by their churches and recognized by some '' definite act of the church," but not 
by council, are marked **p,**] others in service are not marked, but in tabular sum- 
maries are counted as ** supplies." Blanks in the column of pastoral supply, mean- 
ing no regularly engaged minister, are left blank for the convenience of those who 
note pastoral changes. 

3. The tables are not a postal guide to the addresses of ministers, and 
any person so using them runs bis own risk of error. The General Alphabetical 
List of Ministers gives their post-offices. Special attention is called to this fact, 
which is often overlooked. 

4. The two columns following the names of ministers in the tables of churches 
denote (1) the year of ordination, (2) the year when the minister was installed, or 
commenced service with that church. 

5. A star (*) in the G^eneral Alphabetical List of Ministers denotes that the person 
so designated appears in the tables, reported by some church, as its minister, but is 
not reported to be a member of any association or conference of ministers or 
churches in the United States; or that he is found supplying some church, or did 
so as pastor by council last year and may be presumed to be in iraTiHtu, though his 
name is not in the State alphabetical list. 

6. Licentiates are not reckoned as ministers. Churches supplied by such, or by 
ministers of other denominations, are reckoned as vacant; but the number of such 
churches is given in the Summary Tables. No ministers of other denominations (if 
so known) are inserted in the General Alphabetical List. 

7. The names of some Congregational ministers are missing; but it is solely 
because they are not reported by any organization of churches or ministers. 

8. Under " Church Members,'' " Absent " are included in *' Males,'' ** Females," 
and "Total." Under the head of "Removed," "Died," "Letter," and "Disci- 
pline " are represented by the abbreviations. 

9. Blanks in any column of figures are such as were so left in the State Minutes. 
They oufirht always to signify " no report," but some States do not follow the proper 
rule of inserting a cipher where " none " is meant, and the examiner must conjecture, 
in any given case, whether " none " or *'no report " is intended. In our General 
Summaries, a blank invariably signifies ** no report." 



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ALABAMA. 

Bertha, 

Clear Greek, 

Emerson, 

Qraham, Herron's Grove, 

Jenifer, Christian Indostrial, 

Nat, Green Academy, 

Talladega, Annie Williams, 

Clinton Chapel, 

Mt. Cleveland, 

Needmore, 

New Salem, 

Booky Mount, 

Thorn Hill, 

Total schools, 13; membership, 

ARIZONA. 

Ash Fork, 
Chloride, 
Holbrook, 
Jerome, 
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Bear, 

Eagle Mills, 

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Acton, Union, 36 

Alameda, Hope Chapel, C 

Ward Memorial, 65 

Alamos, Lieon, 20 

Agua Caliente, Warner, 16 
Auburn, Ackerman, BoTvinan, 58 

Avery, 20 

Barstow, 26 

Beardsley, Bakersfield, 28 

Bennett, El Monte, 36 

Bernardo, Poway, 21 

Bidwrtirs Bar, Bidwell, 20 

Big Oak Flat, 10 
Boqaet Canon, West Palmdale, 30 

Bridgeville, 30 

Burnt Ranch, Campbells, 20 

Caliente, 16 

Canyon, 30 

Campo, * 44 

Casitas, Carpenteria^ 16 

Castella, 30 

Centerville, Femdale, 25 

Chalk Bock, Santa Ynez, 15 

Cotati, 35 

Cunningham, Highlands, 25 

Di^as, iaanford, 27 

Delhi, Santa Ana, 30 

Descanso, 22 



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Dominguez, ^mpton. 


18 


Dougherty, Haywards, 
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50 
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Douglas City, 


26 


Dulzura, 


14 


Dunlap, Mill Creek, 

East Raymond, Raymond, 

East Yale, Corona, 


21 


39 


25 


Edna, 


32 


El Toro, 


36 


El Verano, 


15 


Fall River Mills, Indian, 


50 


Fairfax, Bakersfield, 


26 


French Creek, Shingle, 
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22 


37 


Germantown, 


40 


Glenella, Escondldo, 


21 


Globe. 


30 


Good Hope, Ferris, 


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Green Valley, Shingle, 
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24 


20 


Guim Mine, Guim, Paloma Station, 38 


Halls, Santa Rosa, 

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Jackass Hill, Tuttletown, 


19 


Jamacha, 


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Johannesburg, 


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John Adams, Centerville, 


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Kenworthy, San Jacinto, 
Kunkel, Magalla, 


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Las.Posas, Somis, 


36 


Laguna, 


45 


La Jolla, 


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La Mirada, 


26 


Lemon, 


48 


Little Rock, 


16 


Llano, 


18 


Los Angeles, Downey ave., 


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South, 


46 


Lugo, Compton, 


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Mad River, 


25 


Magalia, 


14 


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Mesa Grande, 


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Milliken, Lawrence, 


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Mountain View, Ontario, 


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North Ferris, Perris, 


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Nye, Folsom, 


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Binoon, 16 

Rincon Valley, Milita^ 40 

Bio Dell, 23 

Rlpon, 26 

Bookpile, Bakersfield, 25 

Rochester, 16 

Ryer Island, 26 

Saoramento, Marguerite, C 

San Francisco, Golden Gale, 40 

Sunnyside, 60 

San Ignaoio, Sage, 18 

Santa Ana, Nordhofg 16 

Santa Fe, San Luis Obispo, 34 
Scand. Colony, Frultvale, Fresno, 30 

Scotia, 60 

Shingle, 12 

Silverado, Orange, 16 

Sisar, Nordhoff , 16 

South Tule, Porterville, 30 

Stowe, Poway, 28 

Spadra, 40 

Squaw Valley, 30 

Tajanta, Vernondale, 65 

Tesla. 50 

Temecula, 26 

Victor, 18 

Vineyard, San Miguel, 15 

Vinton, 16 

Vista, 35 

Wallace, Santa Rosa^ 31 

Walnut Creek, 19 

Welcome, Porterville, 26 

West Side, Glaremont, 34* 

White River, 35 

Witch Creek, 12 

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COLORADO, 

Amethyst, Upper Creede, 26 

Barnum, 38 

Bijou Basin, 15 

Bovina, 30 

Cascade Canon, Union, 15 

Cimarron, Good Will, 36 

Colerow, 26 

Colorado Springs, Hillside, 120 

Cortez, 66 

Cripple Creek, 79 
Denver. N. Globeville, Globeville, 100 

Olive Branch, C 

West End, 66 

Dolores, 36 

Falcon, 20 

Fox, Prairie Temple, 34 

Frances, Dew Drop Union, 30 

Julesburg, Anderson District, 36 

Mintum, 6 

Nathrop, 15 

Ophir, 43 

Overland, 45 

Palmer Lake, 18 

Pandora, 12 

Pueblo, Orchard Grove, 16 

The Grove, 90 

San Miguel, 30 

Sawpit, 35 
White Water, Upper Kannah Creek, 28 

Total schools, 29; membership, 1,098 



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Bridgeport, Bethany, 120 

Iraniston ave., 90 

East Hartford, Hillstown, 26 

Farmington, Scott's Swamp, Plain- 

vllle, 28 

Griswoldville, S. Wethersfleld, C 
Hartford, Warburton Chapel, 277 

Hebron, Jones St., Westchester, 26 
Naugatuck, Millville, 68 

New Haven, Welcome Hall, C 

Redding, Umpanaug, West Redding,60 
South Windsor, Long HiU,Wapping,40 
Stafford, Lull District, W. Stafford, 12 
Stonington, Olivet, 27 

Stratford, Putney, Oronoque, 30 

Thomaston, Reynold's Bridge, 50 

Torrington, Burrville, 30 

Watertown, Oakville, 57 

Westchester, North, 20 

West Hartford, Elm wood, 66 

Wolcott, Woodtick, 60 

Total schools, 20; membership, 1,085 

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Washingtpn, 14th Street Branch, 114 

FLORIDA. 

Avon Park, Union, 45 

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Red Bluff, McDonald Mill, 36 

Thomasville, 49 

Total schools, 2; membership, 85 

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Atlanta, 

Bay Horse, 

Bliss, 

Carman Creek, Salmon, 

Clayton, 

Cottonwood, Council, 

Crichton,jSoldier, 

Crystal Spring, Weiser, 

Custer, 

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Gibbonsvllle, 

Hemenway, Weiser, 

Houston, 



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Kingston, 45 

Lick Creek, Bear, 12 

McFarland, Falk's Store, 31 

Mann Creek, Weiser, 15 

Mayflower, Council, 18 

Meadows, 25 

Medicine Lodge, Small, 18 

Mickey, East Salubria, 12 

Mountain Cove, 83 

Oreana, 15 



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Name. Memberahlp. 

Pearl, 25 

Pine, 8 

Priest River, 40 

Reynolds, 12 

Bocky Bar, 25 

Boseberry, 24 

Round Valley JPlnedale, 12 

Sandy Gr^k, Fort liOmhly 15 

Twin Springs, 18 

Van Wyck, 20 

Wimpey Creek, Salmon, 15 

Total schools, 38; membership, 844 

ILLINOIS. 

Albion, Gloyer S. H., 45 

Alton, 80 

Ashknm, Green S. H., 25 

Aurora, Spencer st., 137 

Austin, Swedish, 100 

Barreville, Union, 30 

Beechwood, 70 

Beverly, East S. H., 41 

Ohenoa, Trimmer, 40 

Chesterfield, Albany, 62 

Cjiicaffo, Armour, 2,000 

Bethlehem Branch, 378 

Bridgeport, Swedish, 160 

Chinese Mission, 70 

Commercial ave., 207 

Douglass Park, German, 75 

Fellowship, 172 

Fifty-seoond ave., 140 

Fifty-seventh St., 75 

First Ev. Luth. Branch, 60 

Forward Movement, 180 

Halsted st. Chapel, 240 

Hanson Park, 80 

Infirmary, 52 

Kedzie ave., 145 

Logan Square, 96 

Logan Square, Scandinavian, 45 

MfMison ave. , 115 

Millard ave., South Branch, 91 

Mizpah Chapel, 200 

Oakwoods Union, 250 

Placerdale, 76 

Pilgrim, Mayflower, 325 

Volunteer, 75 

Collinsburg, 25 

Creal Springs, Rail's Chapel, 82 

Danville, Kellv's Patch, 40 

Decatur, Mayflower, 60 

Dunning, Union, 70 

East St. Louis, Goodrich, 85 

Elgin, Mill st., 70 

Emington, Broughton, 79 

Glenview, 54 

Hainesville, 38 

Half Day, English, 45 

Hazel wood, 52 

Lakeside, 79 

Mossville, 60 

Naperville, German, 25 

Oak Park, Forest ave. (Third), 198 

Parker City, Birdwell S. H., 35 

Park Ridge, Trinity Branch, 45 

Peoria, Glad Tidings Boat, 92 

Pilgrim, 95 

South Washington St., 63 



Name. MemberBhip. 

Pocahontas, 65 

River View, 46 

Rockville« 30 

Romeoville, 43 

Seatonville, 128 

Shermerville, Hope, 55 

Strawn, 40 

Summit, 60 

Sutter, Mt. Vernon, 30 

Thawville, Northeast Brenton, 110 

Walton, Union, 40 

Warrensburg, Lake View, 62 

West Brooklyn, Swamp S. H. 20 

West Grosfldale, ^ 22 

Wilson, 45 

Total schools, 70 ; membership, 7,814 

INDIANA. 

Andrews, Quaker Comers, 40 

Coal Bluff, Davis S. H., 60 

No. 10 S. H., 60 

Fumessvflle, Congregational, 40 

Portland, Liber, 59 

Terre Haute, Lighthouse, 200 

Whiting, Berry Lake, 30 

Total schools, 7 ; membership, 479 

IOWA. 

Anthon, Cary, 25 

Blencoe, Hope, 28 

Moyer District, 20 

Round Grove, 35 

Try an, 36 

Buffalo Center, 35 

Castana, Kennebec, 45 

Cedar Falls, Reed, 30 

Chelsea, Pleasant Hill, 30 
Chisbolm, United Connegational^ 60 

Clear Lake, Lakeside North, 69 

Denmark, Valley, 47 

Dickens, Lake Center, 35 

Doon, Fairview, 27 

Garfield Center, 35 

Riverside, 25 

Durant, Farmineton, 33 

Exira, Green S . U. , 45 

Farnhamville, EUsburg, 65 

Farr^ut, Mclntire, 65 

Fort Dodge, 30 

Genoa Bluff, East Sumner, 48 
Green Mountain, Vienna Center, 75 

Havelock, Sherman Township, 45 

Spears District, 30 

Iowa City. Bethlehem, 92 
Lake View, Wall Lake Township, 35 

Lena, 35 

Little Rock, District No. 3, 45 

Mason City, 30 

Cookman, 25 

Nashua, 35 

Nevinville, 30 

Carpenter's District, 30 

Onawa, Cook District^ 80 

Oliver District, 40 

Otho, Elkhom, 30 

Leighton, 30 



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South Branch, 



Name. Memberahlp. 

60 
40 

Preston, Jones, 75 

Primghar, Sunnyside, 20 

RiceviUe, 47 

Rockford, Montrose, 36 

Bock Rapids, Cleveland Center, 70 

Sioux City, Bethel Chapel, 60 

Sioux Rapids, Bennett, 25 

Clark District, 47 

South Republic, 25 

Stockton, 30 

Stuart, Segar, 15 

Sunbury, 21 

Tabor, Forest Grove, 30 

Hunt's Distriot, 25 

"Wesley, Funnerwarl^, 35 

Williamsburg, District No. 4, 57 
Wilton Junction, Cedar County 

No. 2, 28 

Total schools, 57; membership, 2,250 

KANSAS. 

Alanthus, Whismore, 16 

Alma, Bean Hill, 40 

Union Center, 40 

Almena, Brick S. H., 45 

No. 97, 60 

Argentine, West End, 85 

Arkelon, 26 

Banner, 50 

Buffalo Park, Saline, Park, 16 

Sharp, Park, 28 

Burlington, West Side, 42 

Centralia, Prospect, 43 

Crooked Creek, Wllburn, 25 

Dover, Pleasant Ridge, , 25 
Dry Creek, Coal Creek, Emporia, 30 

Dunlap, Sunnyside Union, 60 

Ellis, Adair, 50 

Fowler, Enterprise, 30 

Xone Star, 30 

Union, 46 

Freedonia, Centralia, 35 

Grand Valley, 90 

Gibson, Utlca, 22 

Granada, District 44, 60 

Humboldt, Tony Point, 40 

Hymer, 60 
Kansas City, Bethel, Armourdale, 85 

Lenora, North Star, 60 

Wakeman, 40 

Linwood, Villa Eden, 40 

Little River, West Union, 35 

Lowell, 45 

Maple Hill, Vera, C 

McAllister, Winona, 25 

Meade, Five Mile, 20 

Painter, 35 

Mound City, Monica, 25 

Muscotah, Brush Creek Union, 46 

Prospect Hill, 40 

Netawaka, Hope, 35 

Kickapoo, 45 

Osawatomie, Union Valley, 50 

Oswego, Mission, 66 

Overbrook, Valley Brook, 36 

Paola, Valley, 65 

Plains, West Plains, 35 



Name. Membership. 

Pleasant Hill, FuUerton, 30 

Russell, Hawley, 26 

Belmont Union, 35 

Severy, Pleasant Plain, 80 

Sigel, Lawrence, 46 

Stockton, Bethel, 16 

Sycamore, Fairview, Neodesha, 30 

Tonganoxie, Daf er, 40 

Topeka, Linooln Street, 158 

Lyman S. H., 30 

Quinton Heights, 50 

Udall, Star Valley, 60 

Utica, Shoeff, 30 

Valeda, McKennon, 50 

Videtta, Mission Center, 40 

Wabaunsee, Pavilion, C 

Tabor Valley, Zeandale, C 

Wells Creek, C 

Wakanesia Valley, Independence, 

. Auburn, 60 

White City, Liberty, 60 

Willard, 50 

Total s<5hools, 67 ; membership, 2,756 

KENTUCKY. 

Cawood, Cranks Creek, 90 

Cedar Creek, Cumberland Gap, 40 

Chestnut Flat, Alcorn, 40 

Clover River, Kelly's, Leonard, 57 

Corbin, South, 37 

Lexington, Chandler, 150 

Williamsburg, Afternoon, 75 

Wynn's, Leonard, 60 

Total schools, 8 ; membership, 549 

MAINE. 

Braggville, Staceyville, 21 

Calais, . 121 

Cranberry Isles, 35 

Baker's Island, Islesford, 4 

Islesford, 23 

Sutton's Island, Sutton, 15 

Deer Isle, Little Deer Isle, C 

Reach, 16 

Greenbush, Card's Ridge, 50 

Gould's Ridge, 40 

Olainon, 46 

Green's Island, Vinal Haven, 20 

Harpswell, Nortli, 40 

Maysville,North, Maysville Center, 30 

Mexico, Swift River, Hale, 27 

New Glouce8ter,Upper Gloucester, 60 

Windham, North, 72 

Total schools, 17; membership, 608 

MARYLAND. 

Canton, Sixteenth St., 60 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

Attleboro, Brig^ Comer, 60 

Baldwinville, Hospital Cottages, 84 

Barre Plains, 38 
Blackstone, Chestnutbill, Millville, 16 

Boston, Brighton Branch, 107 

Chinese, 186 

Hope Chapel, 310 



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Name. Membenhlp. 

Boston, Italian, 96 

Phillips Chapel, 378 

Bomsay Street Chapel, 96 

Swedish, East, 62 

Swedish, Dorchester^ 71 

Boylston, Branch, 40 

Brookton, Hope Chapel, 116 

Oliyet, 66 

Olivet, Chinese, 26 

Cambridge,Riverside Allianoe,Cani- 

brld&eport, 100 

Canton, Ponkapog, 40 

Charlemont, Zoar, 14 

Chelsea, Chester Ave. Chapel, C 

Clinton, Oerman Evangelical, 119 

Foxboro, East, 60 
Hanover, Bethany Chapel, West, 35 
Oakland Hall, South Hanover, 60 

Medford, Glenwood, 107 

Middlefield, Bancroft, 10 

Factory Village, 17 

Middleboro, Chestnut at., 16 

Middleton, South, . 26 

Millbnry, West, 40 

Monson, East Hill, 20 
Needham, Charles River Village, 40 
New Salem, North New Salem, 66 

Northampton, Leeds, 36 

West Farms, 27 
Northfield, Union Hall, Northfield 

Farms, 30 
Pembroke, North, 20 
Pepperell, North Branch, 30 
Behoboth. Orleans, Harris, 30 
Rutland, West, 60 
Sharon North, 25 
West, 26 
Springfield, Parker st., Indian Or- 
chard, 31 
Sixteen Acres, 45 
Stockbrid^e, Glendale, 97 
Taunton, Arlington Union, 85 
Wendell, Wendell Depot, 25 

Total schools, 47 ; membership, 3,037 

MICHIGAN. 

Alamo, Williams, C 

Garrison, C 

Almont, Muir, 35 

Retherford, 40 

Alpena, Union, 70 

Amble, 45 

Ann Arbor, Business Men, 100 

Arland, 60 

Battle Creek, South Emmett, 40 

Barclay, 25 

Bay City, Polish, C 

Bellaire, Ball, 40 

Eddy, 25 

Bi^ Prairie, Branch, 25 

Brimley, McGregor, 18 

Carsonville, Black River, C 

Ceresco, Pierce, C 

Cheboygan, Tannery, 70 

Columbus, Caughell, 40 

Cooper, B. Cooper, 25 

Covert, Branch, C 

District No. 1, 40 

Kenney, C 



Name. 

Covert, Paulville, 
Detroit, Canfield ave., 

North Woodward ave.. 

Oak wood, 

Polish, 
Edmore, Brown S. H. , 

Steel, 

Town Line, 
Eldred, 

Farwell, Moore's^Crossing, 
Filer City, 
Garden, Fayette, 

Sack Bay, 
Garth, 

Gay lord. District 5, 
Grand Rapids, Avery Chapel, 

Bissell House, 

Mayflower, 
Hancock, Oscar, 
Hart, Randall, 
Hersey, East, 
Hetherton, 
Honor, Buchan, 
Isabella, 
Ishpeming, 
Jackson, Perrine, 
Koss, 

Lansing, Mayflower, 
Lawrence, Branch 1, 
Lewiston, Paul, 
Manistee, Maxwell Town, 
Merrill, Kane, 

Lakefield, 

West, 
Muskegon, Lake St., 
Nunica, Taylor District, 
Neebish, 
Paynes ville. 
Port Huron, Gardendale, 

Pioneer, 

Woodlawn, 
Portland, Danby, 
Rapid River, Ensign, 
River Rouge, 
Rockford, Cbildsdale, 
Romeo, 

Bruce Center, 
Saginaw, Genesee ave.. 
South Branch, Indian, 
Stanton, Frost, 

Nevins Lake, 
Sturgeon River, St. Jacques, 
Three Oaks, West S. H., 
Vienna, Fairgroves, 
Webster, Delhi Mills, 

Merrill, 
Westwood, 

Wyandotte, Fordville, 
Wyman, 



Membership. 
90 
260 
176 
76 
12 
46 
25 
60 
36 
36 
60 
C 
C 
26 
40 
C 

c 
c 
c 

20 
25 
65 
30 
26 
90 
125 
25 
25 
C 
C 
C 
C 
O 
O 
60 
26 
40 
26 
60 
60 
40 
40 
C 
76 
40 
C 
20 
O 
25 
26 
C 
12 
30 
30 
45 
20 
30 
30 
70 



Total schools, 82; membership, 2,778 

MINNESOTA. 

Aitkin, Pine Knoll, 38 

Sutton's Ranch, 25 

Aldrich, 36 

Alexandria, Carlos, 60 

Garfield, 60 

Lake May, 36 

Meltona, 35 



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Name. Membership. 

Alexandria, Union Lake, 40 

Appleton, Bedfield, Gorrell, 40 

Areola, Marine, 47 

Audubon, Branch, Ullin, 40 

Mois S. H. 30 

Badoura, Branch, 20 

Bamesville, Hughes, 60 

Prairie Bell, 66 
Belgrade, Nyquist, Smith's Mill, 27 

Beltrami, Edna^ 40 

Benson, De Graff, 20 

Bertha, Bowman, 26 

Edson, 30 

Big Lake, Bailey Station, 40 

Hanson, 74 

Brainerd, Mud Lake, 48 

Brownton, Sumpter Union, 32 

Center City, Rock Creek, 30 

Grookston, Langor, 16 

Dawson, Maxwell S. H., 46 

Elk Biver, Livonia, 14 

Meadowy ale, 28 

Ellsworth, Bridge, 36 

Grand Prairie, 26 

Excelsior, Branch, 26 

Fairmont, Hall S. H., 48 

Fair Oaks. Branch, Anoka^ 18 

Fergus Falls, Oswold, 30 

Fertile, Twin Valley, 26 

Fosston, Hansville, 30 

Fox District, Leslie, 26 

Frazer, Fairmont, 32 

Freeborn, Byron, 36 

Cream, 60 

Freeman, 36 

Georgetown, Middleton, 36 

Glynaon, Burdick, 17 

Felton, 26 

Muskoda, 30 

Stockwood, 30 

Graceville, Olivet, 67 

Granada, Branch, 20 

Granite Falls, Branch, 16 

Halstead, 22 

Ham Lake, Swedish, Anoka, 20 

Hasty, McClelland, 30 

Hawley, Henderson, 27 

Silver Lake, 30 

Kanaranzi, Garden, Luverne, 40 

Kimball, 26 

Kimberly, 36 

Kragness, Biverside, 18 

Lake Stay, Branch, 26 

Pleasant Hill, 30 

Roberts, 26 

Lakeland, So. Stillwater, 61 



Lengby, 

Little Falls, Bell Prairie, 

Mt. Olive, 
Lockhart, 

Lost River, Lambert, 
McPherson, St. Clair, 
Manchester, Bucki^ye, 
Mankato. Eagle Lake, 

Eagle Lake, Swedish, 
Maple Bidge, 
Marine Mills, 
Marietta, Smith S. H., 
Mazeppa, Bear Valley, 

Forest Mills, 



26 
26 
30 
26 
31 
32 
26 
26 
37 
26 
26 
36 
40 



Name. Memberahip. 

Mentor, 69 

Minneapolis, Bethel, 376 

Bethesda, 160 

Edina Mills, St. Louis Park, ^ 46 

Elwell, New Brighton, 26 

Grace, St. Louis Park, 80 

Golden Valley, Forest Heights, 30 

Immanuel, 260 

Manhattan, St. Louis Park, 36 

Mayflower, 100 

South Lyndale Branch, 103 

Sw. Cong. Temple Branch, 66 

Mission Creek, 18 

Monticello, Branch, 66 

Morris, Branch, 60 

New Richland, Branch, 35 

Otisco, 46 

Trenton, 35 

New York Mills, Bain, -26 

Bluffton, 27 

Button, 25 

Davies S. H., 33 

Dutton S. H. 27 

New Paynesville, West Paynesville, 25 

North Branch, Hawkinson, 35 

Pierce S. H. 25 

Swedish, Harris, 31 

Northfield, GreenvAle, 47 

Stone S. H , 35 

Waterford, 61 

West Side, 60 

Odessa, Scandinavian Cong'l, 30 

Otisco, Swedish, 25 

Owatonna, Steel Center, 32 

Parker, Baker S. H., . 27 

Partridge, 26 

Park Rapids, Atlanta, 25 

Sloan, 22 

Pelican Rapids, Sand Lake, 25 

Pillsbury, Lake Beauty, 49 

Popple, Popple S. H., 30 

Randall, Gushing, 30 

Rice Lake, 36 

Rendsville, Morris, 29 

Rolette, 2S 

Rothsay, 30 

Round Prairie, Beadle^ 33 

Hughes, 45 

Rush City, American Branch, 31 

Swedish, Branch, 15 

St. Charles, Saratoga, 60 

St. Cloud, Clear Lake, 28 

Quarries, 28 

Whites Park, 12 

St. Hilaire, 30 

St. Paul, Brainerd av., 74 

Cyril, 89 

Des Noyer Park, 40 

Forest St., 190 

Gladstone, 67 

Tatum Chapel, 129 

Sandstone, Sturgeon Lake, 25 

Sauk Rapids, Swedish, 175 

Swedish, Bridgman, 41 

Watab, 22 

Soandia, 15 

Sebeka, 20 

Sherbum, Bethlehem, 25 

Shevlin, 25 

Sleepy Eye, Lone Tree, S5 



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Name. 

Sleepy Eye, Golden Gate, 

Snake Biver, Swedish, 

Spencerbrook, Athens, 

Springfield, Sandborn, 

Spring Valley, 

Staples, Bungo, 

BlUs, 

Lincoln, 

Pine River, 
Sterling, 

Stickney, Kimball, 
Ulen, 

Underwood, 
Upsala, Palm, Swedish, 

Swedish, Flensburg, 
Verndale, Thomaston, 
Wadena, Beautiful Valley, 

Lake Sybil, Luce, 
Walnut Grove, Storden, 
Wealthwood, 
Weeks, Lake Benton, 
West Dora, Luce, 

South Lida, 

Star Tiake, * 

Winona, Lakeside Branch, 
Winthrop, Arlington, 

Oaylord, 

Gibbon, 

Hegsburg, 
Wolverton, 
Worthington, Branch, 
Wyonette, Swedish, 



Membership. 
40 
25 
25 
47 
90 
30 
. 30 
36 
30 
30 
25 
30 
30 
25 
34 
25 
40 
35 
30 
17 
30 
37 
35 
23 
140 
62 
85 
61 
30 
32 
30 



Total schools, 179; membership, 7,405 



Almartha, 


56 


Aurora, Eureka, 


20 


Cardwell, 


15 


Carthage, Mt. Olivet, 


50 


Monitor, 


60 


Ohadwiok, 


30 


Chioopee, 


50 


Council Grove, Romance, 


55 


Dillia, 


30 


Eldon, Branch, 


30 


Grandin, Chilton Springs, 


50 


Pocahontas, 


50 


Greene Ridge, Camp Branch, 


60 


Hunter, Union, 


50 


Janesville, Robertson's Mills, 


20 


Kansas City, Genesee St., 
Penn Valley, 


125 


76 


McDowell, 


75 


Neosho, Brooks Prairie, 


50 


Jay Bird, 


35 


Pierce City, Bates Prairie H. D., 


33 


Branch, 


35 


Mt. Pleasant H. D., 


34 


Pettis Prairie H.D., 


33 


Riverdale, Eastern Star, 


75 


Rosedale, 


30 


Bodelia, 


50 


Saratoga, Oak Grove, 


30 


Sedalia. South Ohio St., 
Springfield, Fairview, 


60 


60 


Squires, - 


60 


Sto, Pine Ridge, 


20 



Total schools, 32 ; membership, 1,407 



Name. 


Memberehip. 


MONTANA. 




Absorakee, Grove Creek, 


45 


Rosebud, 


20 


Aldridge, 


46 


Billings, Newman, 


40 


Bonner, 


20 


Bridger, 


25 


Crow Agency, 

Gold Butte, Pleasant View, 


175 
88 


Lower Madison, 


25 
31 


McLeod, 


20 


Missoula, Plymouth, 
Riverside, Clark, Wyo., 


C 


30 



Total schools, 13 ; membership, 565 



NEBRASKA. 



Albion, District 59, Akron, 

Almeria, 

Arapahoe, Farmer, 

Science Hill, 
Arcadia, Mixed Grove, 
Atlanta, Bock Falls. 
Bassett, District 12, Thurman, 

District 15, 

Richmond Valley, Sybrant, 
Berks, Union, 
Bertrand, Canon View, 
Big Springs, Bower's District, 
Bingham. 

Brunswick, District 78, 
Butte, Fairview, 
Cowles, Willow Creek, 
Creighton. Salem, 
Crofton. Herrick, 
Curtis, iSast, 

Pleasant Home, 

South Branch, 
De Soto, Union, 
.Dickens, 

Dustin, Clear Creek, 
Elsie, Union Hill, 
Eustis, Lookout ^oint, 
Farnam, Barl, 

North Congregational, 

Independence, 

Shaw District, 
Fort Calhoun, Parker, 

Plainview 
Franklin, lAlj District, 
Funk, 

Genoa, Indian, 
Harvard, East Lvnn, 
Hastings, West Denver Union, 
Holdrege, Hansen, iso 

Harmony, 32 

Hyannis, Wickerville Valley, 35 

Ingham, 30 

Irvington, District 47, 30 

Lincoln, J st. (Ger. Eng.), 225 

Pilgrim Chapel, 86 

Long Pine, Brewster Memorial, W in- 
field, 30 

Spring Arbor, Cuba, 29 

Xoomis, Pleasant View, 40 

Madrid, Pleasant Valley, 40 

Martinsburg, 36 

Millerton, Union, 40 



20 
35 
40 
50 
20 
30 
53 
24 
18 
42 
25 
30 
40 
29 
40 
28 
35 
30 
24 
65 
50 
25 
26 
282 
65 



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Name. 



Membership. 



Moorefield, Johnson District, 13 

Morse Bluff, 30 

Niobrara, Ponca Indian, 23 

Ogalalla, Clear Greek, liewellen, 25 

District 44, 26 

Highland, 16 

Plain View, 25 

Biver View, liewellen, 26 

Omaha, Chapel of the Carpenter, 150 

City Mission, 75 

Orleans, Pleasant Bidj^e. 20 

Santee Agency, Branch No. 1, 29 

Branch No. 2, 20 

Sargent, Stewart, Phlllipsburg, 32 

artoria, 19 

Prairie Bell, 34 

Spring View, Pleasant Valley, 26 

Taylor, Abbott District, Moulton, 30 

Cummings Park, Gooleyton, 55 

Liberty School House, Moiilton, 26 

Verdigre, 40 

Wallace, Alpha, Starlckland, 60 

Lake View, 21 

Morning View, 28 

Schoonmaker District, 32 

Wilcox, Sweden District, 22 

Total schools, 76; membership, 3,063 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

Dalton, Scotts, 26 

Dublin, • 66 

Exeter, West End, 26 
Errol, . 23 

Keene, George St., 87 
Merrimack, Juvenile Branch, Reed's 

Ferry, 39 
Monltonboro, Biokford District, Cen- 
ter Harbor, 20 
Newport, Kelleyville, 18 
North, 65 
Portsmouth, Bidge, Newlngton, 35 
Bindge, Branch, E.Rindge, 73 

Total schools, 11; membership, 466 

NEW JERSEY. 

Cedar Valley, Oberlin. 120 

Jersey City, Tabernacle, 476 

Montclair, Pilgrim Chapel, C 

Total schools, 3; membership, 596 

NEW MEXICO. 

Albuquerque Barelas, Mexican, 46 

---'-• 26 

3r 
66 



Cooks, Cooks Peak, 
Cubero, Mexican, 
San Mateo, Mexican, 



Total schools, 4 ; membership, 173 

NEW YORK. 

Buffalo, Strangers' Chapel, 260 

Brooklyn, Atlantic ave., C 

Bethel, C 

Betbesda, C 

Brighton Chapel, 200 

Immanuel, 460 

Mayflower, C 



Name. 

Brooklyn, Nazarene, 

Park ave., 

Pilgrim, 

South, 

Willoughby ave., 
Portland, Mt. Pleasant, 



Membership. 

76 
C 
C 
C 
C 

26 



Total schools, 13* membership, 996 

NORTH CAROLINA. 

Alma, 26 

Bethel, 106 
Blowing Bock, Skyland Institute, 120 

Colemansyille, Weeksville, 29 

Enfield, Brick Normal, 70 

Fly, Troy, 40 

Hamlet, 16 

Hillsboro, 65 

KroD-Farm, Nails, 26 

Saluda, Seminary, 34 

Total schools, 10; membership, * 630 

NORTH DAKOTA. 

Antelope, 30 

Argusville, Scandinavian, 18 

Arthur, 26 

Belfield, 26 

Berlin, Bethel, Mapleton, 36 

Bisbee, 33 

Caledonia, Bingham, 36 

CarrlDgton, Hale, 30 

Boberts, 27 

Christine, 40 

Eagle. 20 

Free Mission, 40 

Colfax, Childs, 22 

Colgate, 28 

Cooperstown, Detwiller, 26 

Buggies, 20 

Scandinavian, 30 

Courtenay, Fisher, 35 

Crary, Kelley, 20 

Nixon, 40 

Scandinavian, 20 

Crystal Spriugs, 25 

Cummings, Scandinavian, 22 

Edgeiy, Dickinson, 23 

Fingal, 30 

Fort Berthold, C 

Fort Yates, C 

Geneseo, 24 

Golden Lake, 30 

Hanaford, 30 

Hankinson, Tyson, 20 

Harwood, Scandinavian, 26 

Hebron, SO 

Hesper, l^addock, 42 

Hickson, 20 

Hillsboro, Baxter, 30 

Eldorado, 20 

Horace, 26 

Stanley, . 36 

Inkster, Ilea, 30 

Keusal, Swedish, 18 

Kindred, Norman, 20 

Larrabee, 32 

Logan, Buxton, 20 

Medora, 20 



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Name. 


Membership. 


Menoken, 


31 


Logan, 


32 


Montpelier, 


24 


Nessou, 


18 


New England City, 
New Bockford, Marriage, 


21 


61 


Niagara, Billings, 


30 


Oberon, Matthews, 


20 


West Valley, 


30 


Orr. 


36 


Petersburg, 
Ransom, Beebe, 


25 


30 


Sanborn, Bignall, 


40 


Sentinel Butte, 


26 


Sharlow, 


20 


Sbeyenne, 


35 


Sims, 


22 


Sykeston, Ontario, 
Towanda, Bowen, 


30 


26 


Wild Rice, 


30 


Willdo, 


20 


Windsor, 


26 


Canadian Settlement, 


28 


Wyndemere, 


30 



Total schools, 69 ; membership, 1,848 



OHIO. 

Ashtabula, Sweden-English, 
Bath, Congregational, 
Burton Station, 
Centre Belpre, Pine Grove, 
Ceylon, Congregational, 
Cincinnati, Union, 
Cleveland, Cyril, 

German, 

Mizpah Chapel, 
Columbus, Bethel, 

West Goodale St., 
Conneaut, Finnish, 
Dell, Connersville Branch, 
Elyria, Murray Bid^e, 
Huntsburg, Moss District, 
Isle St. George, Congregational, 
Kirtland, North Chapel, 

Riverside, 

South, 

Valley View, 
Macedonia, Depot, 
Madison, Neighborhood, 
Marietta, Unionvilie, 
Napoleon, Congregational, 
North Monroeville, Kimball, 
Rainbow, Mary Lake, 
Richfield, Oak Hill, 
Rockport, Rocky River, Kammsy 
Toledo, Bethany, 

Total schools, 28 ; membership, 2,073 

OKLAHOMA. 

Belleville, Sibley, 45 

Cactus Valley, Compton, 35 

Clayton, 40 

Excelsior, RossvlIIe, 26 

Fair view, Edmond, 28 

Newklrk, 32 

Fort Supply, Woodward, 21 

Froman, fiangflsher, 24 



25 
60 
50 
20 
104 
120 
90 
40 
275 
300 
50 
27 
40 
66 
60 
30 
68 
70 
35 
60 
75 
30 
62 
20 
60 
22 
24 
50 
171 



Namn. Membership, 

Grande, 38 

Happy Valley, Gushing, 80 

Hammon, 30 

Iron Mound, Guthrie, 36 

Kiowa, Hammon, 15 

Oakdale, 71 

O. K., Newkirk, 30 

Pleasant View, Braman, 26 

Rackett, LeweUa, 42 

Redhill, Hammon, 55 

Salem, 40 

Valley Center, Tonkawa, 36 

Vilas, 30 

Woodbine, Ponca, 25 

Total schools, 22 ; membership, 804 

OREGON. 

Alba, 5& 

Alder Ridge, Alene, 40 

Alleghany, Marshfleld, 30 

Alma, 43 

Alpa, Crow, 27 

Alto Park, Fulton, 40 

Anderson Creek, Talent, 35 
Anderson, Dist. No. 19, Hillsboro, 40 

Antioch, Beagle, 60 

Apiary, 47 

Argenti, 48 

Balm Grove, Harlan, 30 

Banks, Athena, 47 

Bear Creek, Farkersburff, 30 

Beaver Lake, Scott's Mius, 15 

Beaver Slough, Riverton, 22 

Betz, Eagle Point, 30 

Bly, 36 

Bonanza, 21 

Brewster Valley, Silkum, 24 

Bridgepoint, Applegate, 45 

Center Bend, Kellogff, 36 

Chapparel, Samms valley, 50 

Cherry Grove, King's Valley, 40 

Clackamas, 46 

Cleveland, 25 

Cloverdale, Cresswell, 30 

Cole's Valley, 28 

Crapper District, Hood River, 48 

Cunningham, Coquille City, 40 

Deer Island, 30 

District No. 4, Hudson, 35 

District No. 62, Hood River, 20 

Dry Creek, Weston, 34 

Duck Egg, Yoncalla, 25 

Earl, 20 

East Gladstone, Park Place, 40 

Elk Creek, Waldo, 20 

Elmwood, Marshfleld, 20 

Elsie, 30 

Ely, 30 

Enterprise, Pleasant Hill, 25 

Evergreen, Wilsonville, 30 

Fall Creek, Glyde, 20 

Femdale District, Milton, 44 

Fir Butte, Kugene. 35 

Fir Grove, Oakland, 26 

Gales Creek, Fir, 36 

Garden Valley, Wilbur, 40 

Gay, Tule liake, 18 

Glendale, 26 

Grand Prairie, Albany, 35 



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SXraDAY SCHOOLS. 



381 



Name. MemberBhip. 

Greene, Roseburg, 22 

Green Valley, Oakland, 30 

Greenville, 30 

Harlan, 30 

Harmony, Dillardy 20 

Harrisburg, District No. 67, 30 

Hedden Bluff, Klkton, 30 

Hill District, Gaston, 25 

Hope, Watklns, 26 

Huckleberry, Gardner, 24 

Hudson, Drain, 20 

Jordan, 50 

Juniper, ' 30 

Kellogg, 40 

Keno, 39 

Lampey Creek, Parkersburg, 25 

Langell's Valley, 30 

Laurel, Trdll Creek, 20 

Lenox, Hlllsboro, 26 

Liberal, 35 

Linneus, 25 

Llewellyn, 66 

Lookout, Bonanza, 19 

Lone Pme, Merrill, 36 

Lone School, Eagle Point, 30 

Lorella, 32 

Lost River, Klamath Falls, 12 

Lyda, Fir, 24 

Macksburg, 26 

Maple Lane, Oregon City, 60 

Marks Prairie, Barlow, 25 

Marshland, 26 

Matney Flat, Condon, 30 

Melville, 34 

Mission Bidge, lone, 40 

Mound, Central Point, 18 

Myrtle Bank, Marshfleld. 40 

Myrtle Grove, Marshfleld, 25 

New Era, 36 

Noble, 37 

Nonpareil, Oakland, 26 

North Carolina, Rural, 30 

North Yamhill, 26 

Oak Grove, Myrtle Point, 36 

Olalla, 21 

Ord, 30 

Oretown, 30 

Otter Slough, Gardner, 26 

Oyster City, Yaquina, 21 

Pacific, Empire City, 30 

Panther, Drain, 28 

Parkers, 56 

Parkersburg, 26 

Park Place, 40 

Perry. 34 

Pine Grove, Klamath Falls, 33 

Pine Oak, Oak Creek, 26 
Pleasant Valley, Forest Grove, 36 

Plevny, Klamath Falls, 17 

Portland, Front Street Mission, 80 

Port Orford, 26 

Price, Kings Valley, 37 

Prospect, , 30 

Prospect Park, Astoria, 37 

Prosper, 37 

Provolt, 65 

Puluoe, Marshfleld, 25 

Baleigh, 12 

Bandolph, Bullard, 30 

Bed Hill, Bice Hill, 26 

Bemote, 25 



Name. 



Membership. 
27 



Boston, 

Bickreall,- 64 

Biverside, Independence, 30 

Bock Creek, Glyde, 26 

Bound Lake, Klamath Falls, 21 

Sohofield, Sampson, 20 

Scott Valley, 35 

Seaside, 46 

Seth, Gaston, 30 

Sherwood, 87 

Shiloh, Weston, 30 

Silver Bend, Dillard, 39 

Silver Falls, Blaine, 22 

Spragne Biver, Bly, 33 

Spring Grove, Oakland, 26 

Spring Lake, Klamath Falls, 20 

Star, 30 

Sugar Loaf, 27 

Oak, 20 

Sweet Home, Franklyn, 26 

Talent, 30 

Templeton, 20 

Ten Mile, Lake, 28 

Thatcher, 28 

Thompsons Creek, Applegate, 28 

Trail Creek, 63 

Union District, Athena, 50 

Junction City, 26 

Woodburn, 90 

Upper Leaburg, Eugene, 23 

Upper Smith Biver, Drain, 26 

Vale. 46 

Waldo, 28 

Walton, 43 

Weedon, Gale, 26 

Wild wood, 26 

Willanche, Marshfleld, 34 

Wilson, 20 

Winchester, 65 

Winlock, 36 

Winston, 30 

Wolf Creek, 30 

Yaquina, 24 

Total schools, 166 ; memhership, 5,380 
SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Eastover, Macedonia, 26 

Horrell, Cedar Creek, 26 

Bock Hill, 13 

Total schools, 3; memhership, 66 

SOUTH DAKOTA. 

Andrews, Huron, 30 

Baker Union, Lake Preston, 41 

Benlah, Wessington Springs, 67 

Branford, Henry, 60 

Breed, Bruce, 15 

Carroll, Chamberlain, 40 
Cherry Creek, Indian, Leslie, - 75 

ColIeKO, Redfleld. 26 

Crescent Valley, Oacoma, 15 
Elizaheth Winyan Memorial, Ind., 

CoUamer, 30 

Emanuel, German, Tyndall, 12 

Evergreen, Waubay, 25 

Fairburn, Custer, 26 

Fairview, Springs, , 30 

Waubay, ' 43 

Fauston, 50 



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CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1899. 



Name. Membership. 

Fenanga, lona, 16 

Fountain, Brookings, 30 

Frog Creek, Wakonda^ 25 

Harmony, Armour, 36 

Hay ward, 14 

Hope Union, Grant, 20 

Kirk wood, Springfield, 40 

Lakeside, Templeton, 25 

Laketon, UDion, 13 

LymaD, Union, Badger, 30 

Madison Congregational, Bowdle, 13 

MoCook, 18 

Pleasant Hill, Oacoma, 30 

Plumb Creek, Indian, Leslie, 25 

Prosper Union, Armour, 25 
Remington Station, Ind., Cheyenne 

Agency, 75 

Spring Lake, German, Bowdle, 11 

St. Paul, German, Hosmer, 15 

St. Petrey, German, Thule, 10 

Touch the Clouds, Ind., Iieslie, 35 

West Point, Chamberlain, 16 

Total schools, 37; membership, 1,094 

Allons, 30 

Balta, Reeds, Grand View, 40 

Chattanooga, Steele Home, 157 

Craborchard, Rankin Chapel, Har^ 

riman, 59 

Elverton, 19 

Emory Gap, 70 

Afternoon, 40 

Fentris Co., Cave Spring, Allart, 40 

Springs, Cumberland 

60 

35 
33 
30 
100. 
40 
35 
70 
32 
54 
80 



Name. 



Membership. 



VERMONT. 



Hamilton 
Gap, 

Hickory Creek, Pine Mt. After- 
noon, Pine Mty 

Island Ford, Deer Lodge, 

Knoxville, Slater, 

NaHhyille, Jackson 8t., 

New River, Shilo, Tip, 

Old Bon Air, Rockland, Bon Air, 

Pine City. Rockwood, 
Rock Creek, Pine Mt., 
Shadeland, Glades, 
Stinking Creek, Owens, Elk Valley, 50 

Tanbark, 60 

Telford, Jonesboro, 45 

Tomy York Place, York, Pine Mt., 50 

Watkins, Slate Creek, ' 40 

Webster, Harriman, 60 

Westel, 33 

Yellow Springs, 35 

Total schools, 27; membership, 1,397 

TEXAS, 

Pine Valley, 30 

Scroggins, Spring Hill, 40 

Total schools, 2; membership, 70 
UTAH. 
Bountiful, New West, E. Bountiful, 25 

Heber, New West, 75 

Lehi City, NeW West, _40 

Total schools, 3; membership, 140 



Chester, Gassetts, 
Danby, Griffiths Mills, 
Grafton, Houghton ville, 
Lunenburg, 

New Haven, Brooksville, Beldens, 
Northfield, Branch, 
Richmond, Jonesville, 
Rockingham, Lawrence Mills, Bel- 
lows Falls, 
Upper MeadowH, 
Sherburne, North, 
Wallingford, ^outh, 
Woodford, Union, 



25 
30 
16 
25 
30 
30 
50 

23 
8 
20 
66 
26 



Total schools, 12 ; membership, 346 

VIRGINIA. 

Alexandria, Florence Crittendon, 72 

Bumpass, Plymouth, 60 

Saxe, 20 

Total sohools, 3; membership, J 62 



WASHINGTON. 

A cme, . 49 

Almira, 30 

Amboy, 32 

Ashford, 20 

Bangor, 15 

Beaver Creek, Silver, 26 

Benston, 18 

Berryman, 20 

Beulah, Alndra, 20 

Brinnon, 25 

Camden, 30 

CedroD, Edmonds, 20 

Chelatcbie, iimboy, 30 

Chico, 23 

Chinook, 40 

Clear Creek, Silverdale, 20 

Clear Lake, 40 

Climax, Prescott, 23 

Clyde, , 36 

Cottonwood, Valley, 25 

Deer Creek, Chattaroy, 20 

District No. 26, Bucoda, 41 

Dry Creek, Walla Walla, 40 

East Clallam, 27 

Edgewood, 40 

Edison, Brownsville, 30 

Elk, 23 

Fertile Vallev, Westbranch, 20 

Fir Grove, Washougal, 22 

Forks, 22 

Frances, 36 

Gate City, Gate, 30 

Gig Harbor, 35 

Good Cheer, Chelan, 26 

Good Will, Rosalia, 32 

Grandview, Almira, 30 

Happy Valley, Redmond, 20 

Haraan, 15 

Harmony, Cheney, 24 

Hartline, 26 

Hart Lake, Harts, 12 



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SUNDAY SCHOOLS. 



383 



Name. Me 


mbership. 


Hoene Creek, Roy, . 


20 


Hopewell, 


25 


Humptulips, Axford, 


19 


Hunters, 


25 


Jensen, Ijeber, 


29 


Knab, 


22 


Leber, 


27 


Swedish, 


19 


Lewisville, 


26 


Liberty Union, Pomeroy, 


26 


T.ind, 


27 


Lone Ro<^k, Seabeck, 


16 


Loon Lake, 


22 


Machias, 


32 


Maltby, 


27 


Marcus, 


60 


Marshland, Snohomish, 


30 


Mayflower, Anacortes, 


25 



Meadow Gulch, Pataha City, 25 

Merritt, Marysville, 25 

Milan, 28 

Mill Creek, Walla WaHa, 25 

Mount Dui^an, Wctshougal, 35 

Mountainside, Garrollton, 35 

Newcastle, m -^^ 30 

Newman Lake, Hauser, Idaho, 15 

North Pine, Rosalia, 32 

Norway, Washousal, 34 
Novelty, IQ i^"^!^ 28 

Oak Lake. Greenlake, ^ J|y 15 

Oak Knoll, Roy, 25 

Offutt, lilnd, 28 

Olivet, Ohewelah, 28 

Oso, , 20 

Southside, 18 

Paha, Ritzville, 25 

PeshastiD, 42 

Pioneer, Deer Park, 24 

Pleasant View, Hartline, 60 

Queets, 12 

Rainier, Eatonville, 42 

Reedville, 22 

Robe, 15 

Rulo, Walla Walla, 25 

Seattle, Joy, C 

Pilgrim, C 

South, C 

Shoults, Marysville, 17 

Sierra, Carrollton, 41 

Silverdale, 30 

Silver Lake, Tanwax, 20 

Short's District, Snohomish, 15 

Spokane, Union Park, 34 

Steamboat Rock, Coulee City, 23 

Summitt, Issaquah, 20 

SunshiDC, I niontown, 27 

Tacoma, Center St., 89 

City Mission, 53 

Tanwaz, 10 

Tunnel, 9 

Union, 15 

Usk, 30 

Vincent, 15 

Washtucna, 22 

Wilson, Sedro, 30 

Willow Lawn, Yelm, 25 

Yellowhawk, Walla WaUa, 32 

Yesler, 20 

Total schools, 109; membership, 2,876 



Name. MemberBhip. 

WISCONSIN. 

Albertville, 30 

Antigo, 40 

North Star, 15 

Strasberg, 25 

Appleton, 4th Ward Chapel, 106 

People's Chapel, 116 

Ashland, Distriot No. 12, 50 

Beloit, Endeavor, No. 1, 35 

JBlndeavor, No. 2, 20 

Gesley District, 20 

Vine St, 60 

Benoit, 34 

Blue Mounds, 65 

Brant wood, 30 

Breed, 35 
Brillion, . 140 

British Hollow, 35 

Broederville, 26 

Brush Hollow, Ross, 65 

Bryant, 25 
Butternut Lake, Pioneer, Butternut, 23 

Cable, 15 

Carlton, Kewaunee, 45 

Centerville, West Prairie, 60 

Chester, Johnston, Waupun, 50 

Claywood, Home Department, 40 

Clearfield, New Lisbon, 50 

Clifford, 26 
Clifton, Pierce Valley, Prescott, 34 

Columbia, 30 

Columbus, Gk)lden Hour, 26 

Danville, Union, 65 

Day, Buttery, 24 

Deerbrook, Evergreen, 34 

Dewey, Fern, 26 

Deronda, Home Department, 20 

Drummond, 60 

East Pepin, 54 

Eland, 40 

Eldron, Wittenberg, 30 

Elmhurst, Pilgrim, 25 
Frog Creek, Jack Pine, Minong, 30 

Galesville, 25 

Glidden, 28 

Hamme], Hope, PittsviUe, 40 

Hancock, 52 

Hartland, North Lake, 60 
Hewitt, Hewittville, Neillsville, 68 

Hilbert, 43 

Hillsboro, Trippville, 53 

Hixon, Goodwin, Withee, 18 

Hoard, Bethel, Curtiss, 25 

Hunting, Plymouth, 35 

Iron Belt, 40 

Irvington, 45 

Jeffris, 40 

Kansasville, 50 

Kaukauna, Oak Grove, 60 

Kelley Brook, 26 

Kennan, 35 

Kewaskum, 57 

Kewaunee, West, 16 
Kickapoo, Manning Union, Manning, 35 

Knox Mills, 25 

La Crosse, Bethany, 125 

Olivet, 150 
LakeNebagamon,Li'keNebagemain, 45 

Lakewood, 15 

Langlade, Lily, 35 



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384 



OONGREGATIONAI, YEAB-BOOK. 



[1899. 



Name. Membenhip. 

Liberty, Hope, New liondon, 25 

Madison, Pilgrim, 81 

Martin, 30 

Mason, Maple Bidge, 17 

Mason, 75 

Medford, 60 

Mellrue, 35 

Mercer, 21 

Milford, 50 

Milliard's Prairie, Mayflower, Blroy, 30 
Milwaukee, Bethlehem, Bohemian, • 52 
Neillsville, Manes, 
North Crandon, 
Osbom, Union, Seymour, 
Park Falls, 
Perkinstown, 

Pine River, Burr Oak Valley, 
Port Washington, 
e, Platte, 



35 
40 
70 
40 
30 
61 
30 
20 
125 



Platteville, 

Pleasant Valley, 

Preble, Oak Grove, Green Bay, 

Pulcifer, 25 

Randall, 30 

Beadstown, Day District, 35 

Spring Valley, 29 
Beseburg, Carpenter School, Thorp, 20 

Bobb's Mills, Thorp, 45 

Biver Falls, Fargo, 20 

Bandall District, 40 

South Forks, 50 

Boyalton, County Poor House, 28 

Kubicon, 26 

Sawyer, 70 

Saxeville, Bronell District, 25 

Split Bock, Maple Grove, 42 

Spriugville, Allen, Mars, 24 

Starck, Bear Creek, La Farge, 70 

Stockbridge, Quinney, 60 

Suring, 30 

Tioga, Hope, 33 

Tomahawk, Home Department, 5 

Trade Xjake 24 
Troy, District No. 3, River Falls, 35 

Turtle, Murray District, Clinton, 65 

Two Creeks, Nero, 26 

Union, Marble, 28 

Vesper, 62 

Victory, Union, 25 

Vilas, Blue S. H., Antlgo, 40 

Viroqua, Bishop, 21 

Warren, Sand Prairie, TerrlU, 35 
Washburn, Lloyd's Mills, ShortvlUe, 45 

West Green Bay, Port Howard, 25 

Withee, Union, 68 

Wittenberg, Walsh, 30 

Woodboro, 65 

Total schools, 126 ; membership, 6,234 



Name. 


Membenhip. 


WYOMING. 




Granger, 

Bock Springs, Mine No. 4, 


20 
60 


Total schools, 2; 


membership, 80 


SUMMARY. 






SchoolP. 


Members. 


Alabama, 


13 


203 


Arizona, 


5 


165 


Arkansas, 


3 


100 


California, 


128 


3,592 


Colorado, 


29 


1,098 


Connecticut, 


20 


1.085 


District of Columbia, 


1 


114 


Florida, 


3 


100 


Georgia, 


2 


85 


Idaho, 


38 


844 


Illinois. 


70 


7,814 


Indiana, 


7 


479 


Iowa, 


67 


2,260 


Kansas, 


67 


2,756 


Kentucky, 


8 


549 


Maine, ' 


17 


608 


Maryland, 


1 


60 


Massachusetts, 


47 


3,037 


Michigan, 


82 


2,778 


Minnesota, 


179 


7,405 


Missouri, 


32 


1,407 


Montana, 


13 


666 


Nebraska, 


76 


3,063 


New Hampshire, 


11 


466 


New Jersey, 


3 


696 


New Mexico, 


4 


173 


New York, 


13 


995 


North Carolina, 


10 


630 


North Dakota, 


69 


1,848 


Ohio. 


28 


2,073 


Oklahoma, 


22 


804 


Oregon, 


166 


6,380 


South Carolina, 


3 


65 


South Dakota, 


37 


1,094 


Tennessee, 


27 


1,397 


Texas, 


2 


70 


Utah. 


3 


140 


Vermont, 


12 


346 


Virginia, 


3 


162 


Washington, 


109 


2,876 


Wisconsin, 


126 


5,234 


Wyoming, 


2 


80 



Total, 



1,545 



64,376 



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1899.] OONGRBGATIONAL MINISTERS XS FOREIGN LANDS. 885 



CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS IN FOREIGN LANDS. 



All not designated by a star (*) are working in connection with the American 
Board of Commiasionert for Foreign Miaeioni. 



Abbott, Justin E., Bombay, India, '81 
Aiken, Edwin E., Tientsin, Ohina, '86 
Albiecht,Geo.E.,Maebashi,JapaD, '82 
Allohin, G^rge, Osaka, Japan ... '81 
Allen, Orson P., Harpoot, Turkey, '6fl 
Ament, Wm. S., Peking, China. . 77 
•Anderson, Cha8.,Bob'tO.,[M8.]a, 74 
Andrus,Alpheu8N.,Mardin,Tur., '68 
AtkinsoD, John L., Kobe, Japan, '69 
Atwater, Ernest R., J Fen-oho-fu, ( '92 
Atwood, I. Jm M. D., J Ohina, tc J'Sl 

'85 
'85 
'67 
'61 
•94 



.OLbwwu, X. u., jg. J^., I x-»i***«w, » 

Baird, John w., Monastir, &. . 
Ballantine. Wm.O.,M.D.,Rahnri,/, 
Barnum, H. N., Harpoot, Turkey, 
Bamum, H. N., Constantinople.. 
Bartlett, L., Smyrna, Turkey .... 
-. - ~ -^ • '" i, Japan, 



Bartlett, S. C.,Jr., Tottori, « ^k— » «^ 

Bates, F. W., Gazaland, h '87 

•Bates, George L.. Africa ^ . *91 

Beard, WillardL.,Foochow,Chlna, '94 
•Beckwlth, E. G., ( Honolulu. | '57 

Bingham. Hiram, j H. I j '56 

•Bird, William, Abeih, Syria '52 

Bissell, H. M., Fuerte, Sinaloa, 

Mexico 

•Bliss, Daniel, President of Syrian 

Protestant College, Beirut,8yria, '55 

Blodget, H. , Peking, China '54 

Bridgman, F. B.^mzumbe, c . . . '96 
Browne, J. K., Harpoot, Turkey, 72 
Bruce, Henry J., Satara,W. India, '62 
Bunker, Fred R., Adams, Natal. . '89 

Cary, Otis, Kyoto, Japan '77 

Chambers, W.N.,Erzroom,Turkey, *79 

Chandler, John S. , Madura, e '73 

Channon , Irving M. , Kusaie, g,,,, '88 
Chapin, F. M., Lin-Ohlng, China, t '80 
Christie, T. D., Tarsus.TTurkey. . '77 
Clapp,Dwigbt H.,Tai-ku, China, t c '84 
Clark, Albert W. , Prague, Austria, '68 
Clark, C. A., Miyazaki, Japan. ... '87 
Clarke, J. F., Samokov, Bulgaria, '59 
Clarke, William P., " " '91 

Cole, Royal M., Bitlis, Turkey ... '67 
C rawford. L. S. ,Tebezond ,Turkey . '79 
Curtis, Wm. L., Kyoto, Japan. ... '89 
Curtis, William W.,Sapporo, Japan '77 
Davis, Fr'ds W., Jen Ts'un,China, '89 
Dayis, Jerome D. , Kyoto, Japan. . '69 
De Forest. John H. , Sendai, Japan , '71 
Dewey, Willis C.Mardin, Turkey, '77 
Dorward, James C. ,nmzumdnzi, c, '89 

Dwight, Henry O., a '80 

Eaton, J. D., Chihuahua, Mexico, '72 
Elwood, Willis P., Palani, IndU, '91 

Emerson, Oliver P., Sec., g '71 

Ewing, Charles E., Peking,China, '93 
Ewing, Geo. H., Pao-ting-fu, t. . . . '93 
Fairbank, Edward, Sholapur,/. . . '93 



i 

O 

'81 
'85 
'87 
'82 
'55 
'77 
'88 
'68 
'73 
'92 
'82 
'72 
'85 
'58 
'67 
'67 
'94 
'87 

'94 
'87 
'56 
53 

»82 

'55 
'54 
'97 
'75 
'62 
'91 
78 
'79 
73 
90 
80 
'77 
'84 
'72 
87 
59 
91 
68 
*86 
'90 
'77 
'89 
71 
•74 
'77 
90 
'67 
82 
91 
89 
94 



Fairbank, Henry, Wadale, / '86 

Farnsworth, W. A .Cesarea. Tur'y, '52 
Fay, Wm.E.,Bailundu,A;,W. Africa, '81. 

Fowle, James L., Cesarea, Turkey, '78 

Fuller, Amerious, Aintab, a '62 

Gates, C. Frank, Harpoot '81 

Gates, Lorin S., Sholapur, India. . '75 

Goddard,Dwiffht,Foochow,China, '94 
Gh)odenough,H. D., Johannesburg, 

S.A.R., r. '81 

Goodrich. C. Tung-cho, China, p, '64 

Greene, Daniel Cm Tokyo, Japan. . '69 

Greene, Joseph K., a '58 

Gulick, John T., Osaka, Japan. . . '64 

Gulick, O. H., Honolulu, H. I '62 

Gulick, S. L., Matsuyama, Japan, '86 
GuUck, William H., San Sehas- 

tian, Spain '74 

Hager, Cf. R., m. d.. Hong Kong, 

Ctiina '82 

Hardinff . Charles , Sholapur, India, '56 
Hartwell, Chas., Foochow, China, 
Haskell, Edward B., Salonica, &. . . 
Haskell, Henry C, Samokov, &&.. 

Hazen, Hervey C, Arrupukottai,/, oi 

Herrick,DavidS.,BattaIagundu,/, '94 

Herrick, G. F. , Turkey, a '59 

•Hill, Charles W., Honolulu, H.I., '80 

Hinman, G. W., Foochow, China, '98 

Holtoo,Edward P., Jaffa, Ceylon.. '90 
House, J. H., Salonica, Bulgaria. . 
Howland, J., Guadalajara, Mez., 
Hubbard, G. H., Foochow, China, 
Hume, E. S., Bombay, W. India, 
Hume, Rob't A^ Ahmednagar,/, 

Hyde, Charles M.., Honolulu 

Jeffries, Frank E., Meluk, India . 
Jones,John P.,Pasumalai,S.India, '78 
Kilbou, C. W., Amanzimtote, Dur- 
ban, e '73 

Kingman,Henry,Tung-cho, p '88 

Kingsbunr, F.L.,M.D.,Samokov,&&, '87 

Knapp, George P., Bitlis, Turkey, '90 

Leaaingham, John,Honolulu, H.i. '87 

Learned, D. W. , Kyoto, Japan. ... '75 

Lee, Lucius O., Marash, Turkey. . '80 

Maoallum.F.W.,Marash, Turkey, '90 

Marsh,G.D.,Philipopoli8,Bulgaria '72 

Mead, Willis W., Adana, Turkey. . '84 

Merrill, John E., Aintab, Turkey, '98 

Nelson, Charles A ,Canton, China, '92 

Newell, H. B., Niigata, Japan. ... '87 

Olds, Otis C, Parral, Mez '90 

•Papazian, M. G., Aintab, Turkey, '90 
Parmelee, Moses P., m . d., Trebi- 

zond, Turkey '61 

Pease, Edm. M., m. d., Kusaie, jgr. . '77 

Peet, Lyman P., Foochow, China, '88 

Perkins, H. P., Lin-ching, t '82 



'71 
'82 
'84 
'75 
'74 
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'91 



'86 



78 
74 
'81 
75 
'94 

'81 
'65 
'70 
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72 
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71 

'82 
'56 
'52 
'91 
'62 
'67 
'94 
'59 
'94 
'98 
'91 
72 
'82 
'84 
75 
'74 
'77 
'98 
78 

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'88 
'81 
'90 
'94 
75 
'80 
'90 
72 
86 
98 



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'77 



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[1899. 



Perkins, J. C, Tiramansalam, e.. '86 
Perry, Heuy T., Siyas, Turkey. . '66 
Petlee, J. HT, Ok»yuiuL Jap«n . . '78 
Pitkin, HonM)eT.,Fao-tiiiff-fa,(.. '96 

Pizley, Stephen C, Inau^ c '66 

*Pbrter, Harvey, Syrian Protestant 

College. Beirat, Syria [Ms.] •••• *90 
Porter, H.D.,M. d. ,Pang Ghuang, t, '72 
Porter, John 8., Prague, Austoia, '91 

Price, Charles W., Tai-ku, te '89 

Price, Francis M., Buk, a '83 

Ransom, Charles N.,natt,c ^90 

Baynolds, O. (X, M.D.,Van,Turkey, '71 

Roberts, Jas. H., Kalgan, p 77 

Rowland, O. M., Sapporo, Japan . '86 
Sanders, Chas. 8.. Aintab,Turkey, '79 
Sanders, W. H., Kamnndongo, k., '80 
Sheffield, Deyello Z., Tnng-cho, p 
Smith,A.H., PangChnang, (.... '72 
Smith, Thomas 8., Tillipally, d. . . '71 
•Somerville,W.C.,Coatioook,P.Q. '61 

Sprague, Wm. P., K^gan, p '73 

Stanford, ArthorW., Kobe, Japan, '86 
Stanley, C. A., Tientsin, China. . . '61 
Stapleton, R. S., Erzroom,Turkey, '96 
Stimson^artin L., Ruk-Mic .... '81 

Stoyer, W. M., Bailundn, ib.. '81 

Taylor, W., m. d., Osaka, Japan. . '73 



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Tewksbury, B. G., Tnng-cho, p.. . '90 '90 
*Thomp8on, F., Seamen's Chap- 
lain, Yalparatflo, Chili [Ct.] '68 '86 

Thompson, Jas. B., Jen Ts'nn, t c, '85 '84 

Tracy, Charles C. , Marsoyan '67 '67 

Tracy, James £., Periakulnm, e . '77 '77 

Ussher, C. D., m.d., Harpoot, Tur., '94 '9» 

Van Alien. Frank, M.D.,Madura, «, '88 '88 

WM^er,HoraoeT.,Ouerrero,Mez., '94 '94 

WiUker, J. B., 8hao-wu, China. . . '72 '72 

Walknp, Alfred C, Knsaie, //.... '80 '80 

Wallace, William W., Madura, / '96 '97 
*Washbnm, George, President 

Robert College, a '63'68 

Washburn, G. T., Pasumalai, e. . '69 '60 
Wellman, Fred C, m.d., Kamnn- 
dongo, ifc '96 '96 

White, George B.,Marsoyan,Tur., '87*90 

White, S. 8., Okayama, Japan ... '90 '90 

Wilcox, Wm. C, Umvoti, c '80 '91 

Wilder, George A., Chicore, A.. . . '80 '80 

Wilder, Geo. 1)., Tung-cho, p '94 '94 

Williams, Geo. L., Taiku, tc '91 '91 

Williams, Mark, Kalgan, p '66 '66 

Wingate,Henry K., Cesarea, Tur., '871*90 

Whisor, Richard, Sirur, India. . . '70 '71 

Wright, A. C, C. El Paso, Tex. . . '86 '86 

Zumbro, Wm. M., Pasumalai, e. . '94 *94 



a Constantinople, Turkey, Bible House. 

6 MacedonU, Bnropean Turkey. 

hb Balgaria. 

c Natal, South Africa. 

« Madora District, bontbem India. 

/India. 



h liownrize, via Beira, East Africa. 

k Care of Casa Hollandeza, Bengnella.West Africa, 

via Lisbon, 
p Peking, China. 
t Tientsin, China. 
te Tientoin, China, care of J. L. Mateer. 



g Care of Rev. O. P. Bmerson, Honolulu, Hawaii. 



N. B.— As postal directions, the places named are often inadequate, and ■uliJeet to change, 
Oorreapondents of missionaries are advised to send their letters, enclosed, to C. N. Chapin, Oon- 
gresrational House, Boston. 



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THE NATIONAL AND STATE OROANIZATIONS OF 
THE CHURCHES. 



THE NATIONAL COUNCIL OP THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES 
OF THE UNITED STATES. — Organized Nov. 17. 1871. 

Stated Meetings f — every third year from 1871. Special meetings to be called upon 
the request <»f any five Statft organizations of churches. The eleventh triennial 
session will be held at Portland, Me., October, 1901. 

Offigsbs fob the Session of 1898. — Rev. Frederick A. Noble, of Illinois, 
moderator; Hon. O. Vincent Coffin, of Connecticut, and Rev. George C. Adams, 
of California, assistant moderators; Rev. Henry A. Hazen, of Massachusetts, 
secretary; Rev. Eugene C. Webster, of Massachusetts, assistant secretary; Rev. 
William H. Moore, of Connecticut, registrar; Rev. Henry E. Jewett, of California, 
and Rev. William B. Hubbard, of South Dakota, assistant registrars ; Rev. Samuel 

B. Forbes, of Connecticut, treasurer. 

COMMITTBBS. 

Provisional committeet who are aiso Trustees under the charter, — Arthur H. Well- 
man, of Massachusetts; Rev. Cyrus Richardson, of New Hampshire; Rev. Edward 

C. Moore, of Rhode Island ; Rev. Jonathan L. Jenkins, of Maine ; CorneliuB D. 
Wood, of New York; Rev. Samuel H. Virgin, of New York ; Rev. Asher Anderson, 
of Connecticut; also the moderator, secretary, registrar, and treasurer, ex offlciis. 

Publishing Committee, — Rev. Albert E. Dunning and ThOmasTodd, of Massa- 
chusetts, and ex offlciiSf the secretary, registrar, and treasurer. 

Ministerial rcfi^. — Rev. Henry A. Stimson, of New York; Guilford Dudley, of 
New York; Rev. Howard S. Bliss, of New Jersey ; Edward H. Baker, of Connecti- 
cut; Rev. Elijah Horr, of Massachusetts; John F. Anderson, of New York; 
Edward Whitin, of Massachusetts ; Rev. Charles H. Richards, of Pennsylvania; 
H. Clark Ford, of Ohio, and Paul Blatchford, of Illinois. 

Arrangements for the second International Council.— The following were ap- 
pointed a committee to make preliminary arrangements for the second International 
Council, with authority to appoint a sub-committee to attend to executive business: — 

Samuel B, Capen, of Massachusetts ; Cyrus Northrup, of Minnesota; Rev. Fred- 
erick A. Noble, of Illinois; Rev, Arthur Little, of Massachusetts; Nelson Dingley, 
of Maine; Rev. John K. McLean, of California ; Rev. Charles H. Richards, of 
Pennsylvania; Rev, Henry A, Hazen, of Massachusetts; Henry C. Robinson, of 
Connecticut; Rev. Washington Gladden, of Ohio; Rev. Robert R. Meredith, of New 
York; Rev, Albert E, Dunning, of Massachusetts; Rowland G. Hazard, of Rhode 
Island; Rev. William. F. Slocum, of Colorado; Rev. Edward D. Eaton, of Wis- 
consin; Rev. Theodore T. Munger, of Connecticut ; O, Henry Whitcomb, of 
Massachusetts; Rev, Henry A, Stimson, of New York; Rev. James Brand, of Ohio; 
Eliphalet W. Blatchford, of Illinois; Rev, Amory H. Bradford, of New Jersey; Rev. 
George A, Cordon, of Massachusetts; Rev. Sidney Strong,;of Ohio; Justice David J. 
Brewer, of Distnct of Columbia ; Rev, PhUip S. Moxom, of Massachusetts; Rev. 
William H, Davis, of Massachusetts; Nathan P. Dodge, of Iowa; Rev. William E. 
GrifOs, of New York; Rev. Michael Bumham, of Missouri, and Rev, William H. 
Moore, of Connecticut. 

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Committee on comity, federation, and unity, — Rev. Franklin 8. Fitch, of Kew 
York; Rey. GeorRe C. Adams, of Califomift; Rev. Lewellyn Pratt, of Gonnecticat; 
Charles A. Hopkins, of Massachusetts; Rev. James O. Merrill, of Maine; Rev. 
Henry C. King, of Ohio; Rev. 8. L. B. Penrose, of Washington; Rev. Jnlian M. 
Bmrtevant, of Illinois, and Rey. William H. Ward, of Kew Jersey. 

The John Robinton Memorial Church committee. — B^y, Charles R. Palmer, of 
Connecticat; Charles F. Ofaiey, of Ohio; Elipbalet W. Blatchford, of Illinois; Rev. 
William H. Ward, of New Jeney; Rev. Payson W. Lyman, of Massachusetts; O. 
Vincent Coffin, of Connecticut, and William C. Strong, of Massaohnsetts. 

Central committee on missionary toorib.—Samnel B. Capen, of Massachusetts; 
Rey. Nehemiah Boynton, of Michigan ; Mrs. Frauds £. Clark and Charles A. 
Hopkins, of Massachusetts; Rey. Charles E. Jefferson, of New York; Rohert E. 
Jenkins and Mrs. E. W. Blatchford, of Illinois; Rev. Fritz W. Baldwin, of New 
Jersey; Rey. David N. Beach, of Colorado; O. Vincent Coffin, of Connecticut; 
Nathan P. Dodge, of Iowa; Rey. Caspar W. Hiatt, of Ohio; Rev. Rohert J. Kent, 
of New York; Rev. John K. McLean, of California, and William Shaw, of Massa- 
chusetts. 

On Councils and the pastorate. — Bay, George R. W. Scott, of Massachusetts; 
Rev. John P. Sanderson, of Michigan; Rey. Geo^ B. Hatch, of California; Rev. 
Daniel F. Fox, of Illinois, and Rev. William G. Poor, of New Hampshire. 

On charter revision, — Nathaniel Shipman, Edward W. Marsh, and Orrin A. 
Cooke, of Connecticut; W. H. Haile and Thomas Weston, of Massachusetts. 

Committee of ten dekgaies to the National Convention of the Anti^Sahon League. — 
Rev. Joseph H. Selden, of Illinois ; Rev. G^rge H. Ide, of Wisconsin ; Nathan P. 
Dodge, of Iowa; Rev. Irving W. Metcalf, of Ohio; Rey. Albert F. Pierce, of Con- 
necticut ; Rev. Alvah L. Frisbie, of Iowa ; Henry E. Baker, of Michigan ; Rev. 
James S. Ainslee, of Indiana ; John Q. Adams and Rev. H. M. Scott, of Illinois. 



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THE STATES. 

ALABAMA, Thb CoyoRBOATioirAL CONTENTION OF. — Organized April 6, 1876. 

Officers: Rev. Almon T. Clarke, Shelbyj moderator and statistical secretary; 
Edwin T. Witherby, Shelby, treasurer. 

8es9ion of 1899: Gate City» Wednesday, Not. 8. 
Abizona. — Thb Conobboational Association or Abizona, organized April 11, 

1896. 

Officers: Bey. Edmund H. Ashmun, Jerome, moderator; Rev. Josiah H. Heald, 
Nogales, statistical seoretary and treasurer. 

Stwion of 1900: , Wednesday, April 12. 

Abkansab Association of Conobboationai. Chubchbb. — Organized Oct. 25, 1887. 

No report. Probably non-existent. 
Califobnia, Gbnbbal Association of. — Organized Oct., 1857. 

Officers: Rev. Henry M. Tenney, San Jos^, moderator; Rev. Henry E. Jewett, 
Berkeley, registrar, statistical secretary, and treasurer. 

Session of 1899: , Tuesday, Oct. 4. 

Califobnia, Southbbn, Gbnbbal Association of. — Organized May 3, 1887. 

Officers: Bey. John H.Williams, Bedlands, Los Angeles, moderator; Bev. 
James T. Ford, Los Angeles, registrar and treasurer; Bev. Daniel H. Colcord, 
Claremont, statistical secretary. 

Session o/1899: Pasadena, Tuesday, Oct. 10. 
CoLOBADO, Association of Congbboational Chubohbs. — Organized March 10, 

1868. 

Officers: Bev. William A. Hutchinson, Ward, moderator; Bey. A. D. Blakeslee, 
145 S. Lincoln street, Denver, secretary and treasurer. 

iS^^jion 0/1899: Denver, Tuesday, Oct. . 
CoNMEcncuT, Gbnbbal Association of. — Organized May 18, 1709. 

Offic&s: Bev. John 6. Davenport, Waterbury, moderator; Bev. Joel S. Ives, ^ 
Stratford, registrar and treasurer. 

Session 0/1899: New Haven, Tuesday, June 20, at 11 o'clock a. h. 
Connecticut, Gbnbbal Confbbbncb of. — Organized Nov. 12, 1867. 

Officers: Judge Dwight Loomis, Hartford, moderator; Bev. Joel S. Ives, Strat- 
ford, registrar and statistical secretary; W. W. Jacobs, Hartford, treasurer. 

i8(M«<ono/ 1899: Hartford, Tuesday, Nov. 21. > 

DisTBicT OF Columbia. — In thb Conobbqational Association of New Jbbsby. 
Flobida, Gbnbbal Congbboational Association of. — Organized Dec 6, 1883. 

Officers: H. B. Shaw, , moderator; Bev. Sullivan F. Gale, 

Jacksonville, statistical secretary and treasurer. 

Session of 1900: 
Gbobqia Congbboational Convbntion. — Organized Dec. 3, 1890. 

Officers: Bev. John B. McLean, Macon, moderator; Bev. Frank E. Jenkins, 
Atlanta, registrar; Bev. C. S. Haynes, Athens, treasurer. 

SeMio/io/1900: Thomasville, Wednesday, April 4. ' 
Idaho Association. — Organized Jan. 2i$, 1894. 

Officers: Bev. George H. Perry, Pocatello, moderator; Bev. Beuben R. Wright, 
Boise, registrar aud treasurer. 

iSte««ono/ 1899: Boise, Oct. . 
Illinois, Gbnbbal Congbboational Association of. — Organized June 21, 1844. 

Officers: Thomas C. MacMillan, moderator; Rev. John B. Fairbank, Godfrey, 
registrar, treasurer, and statistical secretary. 

Session of 1900: Oak Park, Monday, May 14. 



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IVDIANA, GbNKSAL ASSOCIATION OF THB CONORBOATIONAL GhURCHBS AND MlN- 

IBTBBS nr. ^Oiganized March 13. 1858. 

Officers: Rev. Ralph J. Smith, Kokomo, moderator; Rev. Nathaniel A. Hyde, 
Indianapolis, seoretaiy and treasurer. 

Session of 1900 : , Tuesday, May 8, at 7.30 o'clock p. m. 

Indian Tebbitobt. — Not associated. 
Iowa, Gbnkbai. Association OF.->Orfi:anizedNoy. 6, 1840. 

Officers: Rey. Motier A. Bullock, Iowa Gity, moderator; Rev. James B. Ghase, 
Hull, registrar and treasurer. 

SessUm of 1900 : , Wednesday, May 16, at 7.45 o'clock p. m. 

Kansas, General Association of. — Organized August, 1855. 

Officers: Rev. Alfred 0. Hoghin, Sabetha, moderator; Rev. Wilson 0. Wheeler, 
Newton, registrar and statistical secretary ; Rev. A. 0. Hogbin, Sabetha, treasurer. 

Session of 1900: Seneoa, Wednesday, May 3. 

Kentucky, General Association of. — Organized Jan. 5, 1898. 

Officers: Rev. George T. Fairchild, Berea, moderator; Rev. Martin K. Pasco, 
Berea, statistical secretary; Rev. George Ames, Berea, treasurer. 

Session o/1900: Pleasant View, Tuesday, March 6. 

Louisiana Gongreqational Association. — Organized Jan. 26, 1870. 

Officers: Rev. M. W. Whitt, Belle Place, moderator; Rev. L. A. Planving, New 
Orleans, secretary ; J. Q. Adams, New Orleans, treasurer.' 

Session of 1900: New Orleans, Tuesday, Feb. 6. 

Mainr, General Oonfbrencb of. — Organized Jan. 10, 1826. 

Officers : Rev. George Lewis, S. Berwick, moderator ; Rev. Edgar M. Gousins, 
Biddeford, corresponding secretary; Rev. Gharles D. Grane, Machias, recording 
secretary ; Dea. William P. Hubbard, Bangor, treasurer. 

Session of 1899: Augusta, Tuesday, Oct. 3. 

Massachusetts, General Association of the Gongrboational Ghurches of.— 
Organized June 29, 18a3, as a ministerial body; including also Gonferences of 
Ghurches, June 16, 1868, by union of the Association and General Gonferencb 
(which was organized Sept. 12, 1860). 

Offflcers : John L. Brewster, Andover, moderator ; Rev. Henry A. Hazen, Auburn- 
dale, secretary; Rev. Francis J. Marsh, Boston, registrar; Henry P. Emerson, 
33 Kingston street, Boston, treasurer. 
Session of 1900: Amherst, Tuesday, May 15. 

Michigan, Gongrboational Association of. — Organized Oct. 11, 1842. 

Officers: Rev. Archibald Hadden, Muskegon, moderator; Rev. John P. Sander- 
son, Lansing, registrar and treasurer. 

Session of 1900: Alpena, Tuesday, May 15, at 7.30 o'clock p. m. 

Minnesota, General Gongrboational Association of. —Organized Oct. 23, 1856. 

Officers: Rev- Roland S. Gross, Winthrop, moderator; Rev. Samuel W. Dick- 
inson, Zumbrota, secretary and treasurer. 

Session 0/1899: Rochester, Tuesday, Sept. 12. 

Mississippi Oongbbgational Association. — Organized March 31, 1883. 

Officers: Rev. Frank G. Woodworth, Tougaloo, moderator; Rev. Gharles L. 
Harris, Meridian, secretary and treasurer. 

Session of 1900: Tougaloo, Thursday, March 15, at 7.30 o'clock p. m. 

Missouri, General Association of the Gongrboational Ghurches of. — 

Organized Oct. 27, 1865. 

Officers: Rev. Elbert E. Flint, Neosho, moderator ; Rev. James P. Field, Ghilli- 
cothe, secretary and treasurer. 

Session of 1900 : Garthage, Tuesday, April 24. 



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Montana, Conferbncb of Conqbegational Ohubghes of. — Organized Jane 

17, 1884. 

Officers: Rev. Victor F. Clark, Livingston, moderator; Rev. Wm. H. Watson, 
Bed Lodge, registrar and treasurer. 

Session of 1899: Great Falls, Friday, Sept 8. 

Nbbbaska, CoNQRBOATiONAii ASSOCIATION OF. — Organized Aug. 8, 1857. 

Officers: Rev. Arthur J. Rogers, Columbus, moderator; Prin. F. C. Taylor, 
Weeping Water, "stated clerk and treasurer. 

Session of 1899: Holdredge, Monday, Oct. 16. 

Nevada. — In the General Association of California. 

New Hampshire, General Association of. — Organized June 8, 1809. 

Officers: Rev. Burton W. Lockhart, Manchester, moderator; Rev. Charles F. 
Roper, Winchester, secretary ; Rev. Samuel L. Gerould, Hollis, statistical secretary 
and treasurer. 

Session of 1899 : Manchester, Tuesday, , at 7 p. m. 

New Jersey, Congregational Association of. -— Orfranized June 2, 1869. 

Officers: William H. Wanamaker, moderator; Rev. J. Owen Jones, Bound 
Brook, secretary; James H. Noyes, Orange, treasurer. 

Session of 1900: , Tuesday, April 17. 

New Mexico, Congregational Association. —Organized 1884. 

Officers : Rev. F. H. Allen, Albuquerque, moderator; Mrs. L. A. Ceilings, Cubero, 
secretary and treasurer. 

Session of 1900: , April . 

New York, General Association of. — Organized May 21, 1834. 

Officers: Rev. . , moderator; Rev. James Deane, 

Crown Point, secretary; Rev. Lewin F. Buell, Mt. Vernon, treasurer. 

Session of 1900 : , Tuesday, May 16. 

North Carolina Conferbncb. — Organized May 26, 1879. 

Officers: Rev. M. L. Baldwin, McLeansville, moderator; Rev. Ward D. Newkirk, 
Beaufort, secretary and treasurer. 

Session of 1899: Charlotte, Thursday, Sept. 28. 

North Dakota, General Congregational Conference. — Organized 1883. 

Officers: Rev. William H. Gfmblett, Valley City, moderator; Rev. Charles H. 
Phillips, Jamestown, corresponding and statistical secretary and treasurer. 

Session of 1899: Wahpeton, Tuesday, Sept. 12. 

Ohio, Congregational Association of. — Organized June 24, 1852. 

Officers: Rev. Ajrthur F. Skeele, Painesville, moderator; Rev. John G. Fraser, 
Cleveland, registrar, statistical secretary, and treasurer. 

Session of 1900: Elyria, Tuesday, May 15. 

Oklahoma, Gbnbral Association of. — Organized Oct. 21, 1890. 

Officers: William H. Campbell, Orlando, moderator; Rev. Richard B.Foster, 
Okarche, scribe and treasurer. 

Session of 1900: Kingfisher, Thursday, April 27. 

Oregon, Congregational Association of. — Organized July 13, 1848. 

Officers: Rev. Edward P. Childs, Ashland, moderator; Rev. Daniel Staver, 
Forest Grove, registrar and treasurer. 

Session of 1899: Eugene, Tuesday, Sept. 26. 

Pennsylvania Congregational Association. — Organized Oct. 14, 1886. 

Officers: Rev. Arthur H. Claflin, Allegheny, moderator; Mrs. J. T. Waid, 
Ridgway, registrar and statistical secretary; A. B. Eynon, Soraoton, treasurer. 

Session of 1899: Mt. Carmel, Tuesday, June 13. 



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Bhodb Island CoNomBOATioNAL Gonfbrbnob. — Organized May 3, 1809. 

Offleer*: Rev. Wallace Nutting, Proyidenoe, moderator; Rev. George 8. Bloom- 
field, Pawtucket, stated secretary; Arthur W, Claflin, Providenoe, treasurer. 

8€$Hon of 1899: , Taesday, May 23. 

South Casouha. — Ik thb Gboboia GoNGBXGATioirAL Contsntiok. 

South Dakota, Thb Gonobboational Association of. — Organized Ui 1871. 

Officers: Rev. Edward M. Williams, Yankton, moderator; Rev. William B* 
Habbard, Webster, secretary and treasurer. 

Sesskm of 1900 : , Tuesday, May 15. ' 

Tbnnbssbb.— Thb Gbnbbal Association. — Organized Oct. 26, 1871. 

Offlcert: Rot. E. M. Gravath, Nashville, moderator; Rev. Joseph E. Smith » 
Ohattanooga, statistical secretary and treasurer. 

Session of 1900: , Wednesday, April 2S. 

Tbxas.— No State Organization. 

1. Gonobboational Association of Southwbbt Tbxas. ~ Organized Dec. 4» 
1871. 

Officers: 
Session of 1899: 

2. NoBTH Tbzan Assoclation. — Rev. Frederick A. Hatch, Dallas, moderator ; 
Rev. W. Irving GarroU, Dallas, secretary and treasurer. 

Session of 1900: , Tuesday, April 10. 

Utah. — Thb Utah Association. — Organized Dec. 28, 1882. 

Officers: Rev. Glarence T. Brown, Salt Lake Gity, moderator; Rev. George 
Lindsay, secretary and treasurer. 

Session of 1899: Salt Lake, October. 

Vbbmont, Gonobboational Gonvbntion of. — Organized Aug. 27, 1795. Incor- 
porated June 18, 1873. 
Officers: Dea. Gharles F. Tbompson, Brattleboro, president; Rev. Samuel L. 

Bates, Burlington, secretary; John M. Gomstock, Ghelsea, corresponding secretary ; 

David M. Gamp, Newport, treasurer. 

. Session of 1899 : Barre, Tuesday, June 13. 

ViBODTiA.— In The Gonobboational Association of Nbw Jbrsey. 

Washington, Gbnbbal Gonobboational Association of. — Organized June 

27, 1889. 

Officers : Rev. Amos J. Bailey, Seattle, moderator ; Rev. Horace P. James, Golfax,. 
registrar and treasurer. 

Session of 1899: Spokane, Tuesday, Sept. 19. 

Wbst ViaoiNiA. — In Ohio Association. 

Wisconsin, Thb Gonobboational Gonvbntion of. — Organized October, 1840. 

Officers: Rev. Sedgwick P. Wilder, Delavan, moderator; Rev. Henry A. Miner,. 
Madison, registrar; Rev. James K. Kilboum, Pewaukee, treasurer. 

Session of 1899 : West Superior, Tuesday, fcJept. 12. 

Wyoming, Gbnbbal Association of. — Organized 1892. 

Officers: Rev, Oliver L. Gorbin, Amethyst, Golo., moderator, secretary and 
treasurer. 

Session of 1899: , October. 



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NEXT ANNUAL MEETINGS, IN ORDER OP DATE. 



Taesday, May 23. 
Taesday, .Jnne 13. 
Tuesday, Jane 13. 
Tuesday, June 20. 
Friday, September 8. 
Tuesday, September 12. 
Tuesday, September 12. 
Tuesday, September 12. 
Tuesday, September. 
Tuesday, September 19. 
Tuesday, September 26. 
Thursday, September 28. 
October. 

Tuesday, October 3. 
October. 
October. 

Tuesday, October. 
Tuesday, October 10. 
> MoDday, October 16. 
Tuesday, October 24. 
Wednesday, November 8. 
Tuesday, November 14. 



Tuesday, February 6. 
Tuesday, Marcb 6. 
Thursday, March 15. 
Wednesday, April 4. 
Tuesday, April 10. 

Wednesday, April 11. 
Tuesday, April 17. 
Tuesday, April 24. 
Wednesday, April 25. 
Thursday, April 27. 
April. 

Wednesday, May 2. 
Tuesday, May 8. 
Monday, May 14. 
Tuesday, May 15. 
Tuesday, May 15. 
Tuesday, May 15. 
Tuesday, May 15. 
Tuesday, May 15. 
Wednesday, May 16. 

ANNUAL MEETINGS OP THE NATIONAL SOCIETIES, 1898-9. 

Amrricak Board of Commissioners for Porbign Missions. — Providence, R. I., 

Tuesday, Oct. 3, at 3 o'clock p. m. 
CoNaRBOATioNAii EDUCATION SoGiETT. — Congregational House, Boston, Mass., 

first Wednesday in June. 
American CoNOREaATiONAL Association. — Congregational House, Boston, Mass., 

Monday, May 22, at 12 o'clock m. 
CoNGRBGATiONAii Church Buildino Sooibty. -— Bible House, New York City, 

second Thursday in January. 
CoNOREGATiONAii HoME MISSIONARY SociBTT. — Hartford, Ct., Tuesday, May 23. 
American Missionary Association. — In Binghamton, N. Y., Tuesday, Oct. 31. 
Congregational Publishing Society. — Congregational House, Boston, Mass., 

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Woman's Board of Missions.— Annual meeting in Syracuse, N. Y., Wednesday, 

Nov. 1. 
Woman's Board of Missions of the Interior. — In Madison, Wis., Nov. 1. 
Woman's Board of Missions of thb Pacific — San Prancisco, Wednesday, 

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Woman's Home Missionary Association. — Place to be designated by the 

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GoMFABifloirs between figares reported last year and this year are as follows, the 
•peoifio changes l^ States being given in Summary lY.: — 
Number of churcheSt Jan. 1, 1898, as printed, 5,614 

Chniohes added to the list. 

Churches dropped from the list, 

Net addition. 

Total number of churches as now printed. 

Number of church members, Jan. 1, 1898, as printed, 
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Loss in 21 States losing, 

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$2,445,324 



Increase in 21 States, 
Decrease in 28 States, 

Total net decrease. 

Total amount for year now printed. 

Some ETcpenditures for year ending Jan. 1, 1898, as printed, 
Increase in 29 States, 
Decrease in 21 States, 

Total net increase. 

Total amount reported this year, 



$45,805 
598,210 



$255,906 
82,093 



552,405 
$1,892,919 
$6,643,818 

$173,813 



$6,725,911 



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409 



LIST OF CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS IN THE 
UNITED STATES. 

REPORTED BY THE SEVERAL STATE ORGANIZATIONS. 

The following is a compilation of the alphabetical lists furnished by the State 
Associations ana Conferences, corrected by correspondence with their secretaries to 
the latest possible date. The secretary of the Council in no case presumes to insert 
or omit a name upon his own responsibility. The State organizations (or later coun- 
cils) are alone responsible ; but the secretary has used his utmost endeavors to obtain 
a complete and correct list. If any names are omitted, it is because they are not 
reported by any organization in any State, or a conflict of reports leaves the editor in 
doubt of the facts. 

The figures refer to pages where the name will be found in the tables, in the Vital 
Statistics, in the service of the Benevolent Societies, of the Theological Seminaries, 
in the list of foreign missioaaries. In some cases thepa^e is left as in tables, when 
the post-office is changed since the tables were put to press. 

Names starred {*) are of persons who, although meutioned (usually as supplying 
churches), are not reported as members of any organization of Congregational churches 
or ministers. A few names are also retained with a * of those who were in active 
service last year, and may be presumed to be in transitu. Such names are not con- 
tinued a secondyear, without specific report. 

Some ^ost-omce addresses are antiquated, but the best possible has been done. 

Licentiates are not included in this list, but a list of licentiates follows this, and 
a list of ministers of other denominations, including also names of those whose 
position is not reported. 

Names of persons in last year's list, deceased since the issue of 1898, are retained, 
and are indexed to the pages of the " Vital Statistics ** when found there. 

Some errors will be found in first names, initials, and spelling. No pains have 
been spared to secure accuracy ; but, effort failing, the compiler has not ventured 
to follow even his own convictions, against' the unmistakable testimony of the 
reports. 

Names differing only in a single letter and pronounced alike are treated as one 
name, but spelled according to report. Browne, Clarke, Curtiss, Griffith, etc. , and 
names beginning with Mac. or Mc. are among this number. II^Tames beginning with 
Mc. or St. are arranged as if the word was not abbreviated. 

Names of ministers without pastoral charge, as they do not occur in the preced- 
ing tables, have no numeral page reference, and in place of it the year of ordina- 
tion is given. 

Names of persons employed in instruction in schools and colleges are indicated 
by pr., president or principal, andp/., professor. 



Abbotli, Bphraim E. P., Chula Vista, Cal . 86 
Abbott, Ernest H., Fryeburg, Me. 9, 182 

Abbott, Justin E.,A.B. C. F. M. 385 

Abbott, Lyman, Brooklyn, N. Y. 1860 

Abercrombie, Ralph fcl , Brookfield, Vt. 342 
[Abemethy, Henry C, deceased, 13 

Ablett, John 0., Alton, lo. 148 

Ackerman. Arthur W., Portland, Or. 318 

Adadourian, Halg, Manomet, Mass. 210 

[Adair, Samuel L., deceased, 13 

Adams, Aaron C, Wetherstield, Ct. 1839 

Adams.Allison D.,New Richmond, Wis. 366, 70 
Adams, Oalvin 0., Cedar Falls, lo. 1850 

Adams, Charles D., /y,, Hanover, N H. 1885 
Adams, Clinton B., Philadelphia, Penn. 324 
Adams, Dan*l E., Wellesley Hllls.Mass. 1860 
Adams, E. A., S.Ashland ave.,Cliicago,Ill. 128 
Adams, Ephraim, Ann Arbor, Mich., 1843 
[Adams, Frederick H., deceased. 
Adams, Geo. C, San Francisco, Cal. 92 

Adams, Geo. I., W. Rutland, Vt. 350 

Adams, Geo. M., Auburndale, Mass. 1857 

Adams, Harry C, Dan vers Centre, Mass. 196 
Adams, Hubert G., Garrctson. ti. D. 332 

Adams, Jas. A., 215 Madison, Chicago, 111. 1880 



Adams, Jas. R., Sheridan, Wyo., 368 

Adams, Jonathan E., Bangor, Me. 1859 

Adams, Joseph M., Ellsworth, Me., 180 

Adams, Luoien H., Derry, N. H. 1862 

Adams, Myron W., Pf,, Atlanta, Ga. 1886 

Adams, Phelps R., Santa Oruz, Cal. 1874 

Adams, Robert, Belmont, ^ich. . 232 

Adams, Silas N., Westbrook, Me. 188 

Adams, William C, Island Falls, Me. 182 

Adams, William W., Fall River, Mass. 198 

Adkins, James B., Grlnnell, lo. 1888 

Adrian, Isaac N., Huntley, 111. 134 
Adriance, B. Winchester, Winchester, Ms. 1877 

Ahnstrom, Jonas M., Minneapolis, Minn. 244 

Aiken, Edwin E., A. B, G. F, Af. ' 386 

Aiken, Edwin J., Concord, N. H. 1886 

Aikins, James E., Windham, Me. 188 

Ainslie, James 8., Ft. Wayne, Ind. 144 

Ainsworth, Israel, Rockport, Mass. 210 

*Akeson, Ludwig, Wobum, Mass. 218 

Albert, John H., Sedalia, Mo. 252 

Albertson, Ralph, Commonwealth, Ga. 1891 

Albrecht, George E.. A. B. C, F. M. 886 

Alcott, William P., Buzford, Mass. 202 

Alden, Charles A., Brooklyn, N. Y. 1892 



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AJden, David A., PropheUtown, 111. 1802 
[Alden, Ebenezer, deceased. 

Alden, Edwin H.. Tnnbridge, Vt. 360 
Alden, E. J., 887 Indiana ave., Chicago, 111.1858 

Alden, Weei. Hillsboro', 111. 134 
Aldenon. John, WinAred, 8. D. 832, 6 

Aldrich, BenJ. P., Tpsilanti, Mich. 286 

Aldrich, Isaac N., Orion , Mich. 1890 

Aldrich, Jeremiah K., Hyannls, Mass. 1863 

Alexander, James, Newport, N. H. 272 

Alexander, Wro. H., England, 1891 

Alger, Frank G., Newboryport, Mass. 206 
Allbright, William B., Dorchester, Mass. 192 

AilcWn. Georffe, ^. B. C, F. M. 886 

Allen, Edward P., Aabnmdalo, Mass. 1886 

Allen, Ernest B., Lansing, Mich. 228 
Allen, Frank H., Albuqnerque, N. M. 48, 292 

Allen, Frederick B^ Griswold, Ct. 104 

•Allen, Frederick H., Rockland, Mass. 210 

Allen, Herbert M., Anbumdale, Mass. 1893 

AUen, Herbert O.. Garretsrille, O. 804 

Alien, Jesse F., Detroit, Ala. 84 

Allen, M elvln J . [ Me.] 1882 

Allen, Orson P., A, B. C7. F. M, 385 

Allen, Simeon O., W. Springfield, Mass. 1870 

Allen. WiUiam C. Salem, Mich. 1878 

Allender, John, Middlefleld, Ot. 106 

Alter, Nathan d., Bridgewater, N. T . 278 

AlUng. Horatio, Olympia, Wn. 1894 

Allls. William B , Brooklyn, N. T. 278 

AUworth, John, Charlevoix, Mich. 222 

Alyord, Augustus. Barkhamsted, Ct. 100 

Alyord, Frederick. Newton Centre, Mass. 1858 

Alvord, Henry C, S. Weymouth, Mass. 216 
Alvord, James C, Woonsocket, R. I. 12, 328 

Ament, William 8., A, B. C. F. M, 886 

Ames, George, Berea, Ey. 174 

Amsden, Bepjamin Id ., Manchester, lo. 1849 

[Amsden, Samuel H., deceased, 13 

Anderson, Asher, Meriden, Ct. 106 

Anderson, August L., Worcester, Mass. 218 

•Anderson , Carl A., San Francisco, Cal. 92 

Anderson, Carl J., Proctor, Vt. 348 

Anderson, Charles, OoMtanUnopU^ 385 

Anderson, Chas., Bloomfield, Neb. 266 

Anderson, David R. , Enu C laire. Wis. 862 

Anderson, Edward, Quincy, Uass. 210 

Anderson, Kmil A., Lake City, Minn. 242 

Anderson, Frank J., Uissoula, Mont. 265 

Anderson, Frank C, Merrill, Wis. 148 

Anderson, Fred'k K., Glenvlew, 111. 132 

•Anderson. C^rge S.. Somervllle, Mass. 212 

Anderson, James A., Peabody, Mass. 1889 

Anderson, Jonas, De KMlb, 111. 132 

Anderson, Joseph, Waterbury, Ct. 114 
•Anderson, Oscar L., Grant, Neb. 258, 60 

Anderson, Otto, Sierra Madre, Ca*. 90, 4 

Anderson, Wilbert L., Exeter, N. H. 268 

Anderson, William, Dover, 111. 132 

Anderson, William S., Surry. N. H. 274 

•Andress, John H., Grafton, Neb. 258 

Andrew, Ralza E., Brushton, N. T. 1884 

Andrews. Charles E., Walpole, Mass. 1881 

Andrews, Edwin N., Peshtlgo, Wis. 866 

Andrews, George W., Tailadem, iiJa. 1867 

Andrews, George W., Dalton, Mass. 196 
Andrews,Samuei B.,W.Granvllle,Mass. 200. 14 

•Andrews, Stephen M., Millington. Ct. 102 

AndrewsoD, A. J., Maple Valley, Wis. 366 

Andrewson, Severt M., Merrill, Wis. 366 

Andridge, Andrew A., Cincinnati, O. 1885 

Andrus, Alpheus N., A. B. C. F. M. 385 

Andrus, Eliznr, Allegan. Mich. 1850 

Andrus, J. Cowles J^augerties, N. T. 1883 

Angel, Samuel D., Winooski, Vt. 844 

Anthony, Charles W. f lo.l 1872 

Appleman, Hiram H., Stillwater, Minn. 246 

•Appleton, Fayette G., Linwood, Neb. 260 
Appleton, Harry, Middlevllle, Mich. 228, 30 
Apraham,Sarkis A.,Litchfleld Cor's.Me. 12, 184 



Apthorp, Rnfus, Cleveland, O. 1861 

Archer, Marmaduke D., Mitchelville, lo. 1868 
Archibald, Andrew W., Brockton, Mass. 194 
Ard, David T., Bertha, Ala. 80, 4 

Armes, A. Herbert, Carlisle, V ass. 194 

[Annes, J. L., deceased, 13 

Armitage, Dumnd E., Oto, lo. 158 

Arms, William F., Essex. Ct. 102 

Armsby, Lauren, Council Grove, Kan. 164 
Annstrong,Aodrew C..Jr.,Middletown.Ct. 1887 
Armstrong, A. H., Jansen av., Chicago ^11. 180 
Armstrong, Edward P., Bay Shore, N. Y. 278 
Armstrong, J.O., 151 VV ash. Bt.,Ch'go. 111.1874 
Armstrong, Lyman P., College Park, Cal. 1891 
Am, Arthur J., New Lisbon, Wis. 866 

Amett, Samuel G., Lorln, Cal. 86 

Arnev, John W., Ypsilanti, Mich. 1883 

Arnold, Arthur U., Warrensburg, III. 184 

Arnold, Henry T., Plalndeld, Ct. 110 

Arnold, Seth A., Newton, lo. 168, 62 

Arnold, William A., Edmonds, Wn. 854 

Asadoorian, Avedis M.. Centerville, S.D. 380 
Ashby, John H., Clinton. Idich. 222 

Ashley, A. W., Gaines, N. Y. 282 

[Ashley, J. MiiU, deceased, 14 

Ashley, Walter H., Manche»tor, Mass. 204 
Ashmun, Edward H., Jerome, Ariz. 48, 1882 
Askin, John, Ta^or, lo. 162 

Atcheson, Wm. H., Bloomer, Wis. 860, 4 

Atherton. Isaac W.. Helix, Cal. 88, 94 

Atkins, Doane R., Chicago, 111. 1877 

Atkins, G. Glenn, Greenfield, Mass. 200 

Atkinson, Geo. E., Tekoa, Wn. 9, 358 

Atkinson, John L., A, B, C. F. M. 885 

Atkinson, William H., San Rafael, Cal. 94 
Atwater, Ernest R., A. B. C. F. M. 886 

Atwood, Charles B., Peru. Vt. 9, 342, 8 

Atwood, Eugene F., Hartford, Ct. 1876 

Atwood, Ireneus J., ^. B, C. F, M. 886 

Atwood, Lewis P., Westfield, Vt. 860 

Austin, Lewis A., P/., Orange City, Fla. 120 
Austin, Samuel J., Darien, Ct. 102 

Austin, Thomas J., Guthrie, Ok. 814 

Avery, Frederick D., B.Hartford, Ct. 102 
Avery, Henry, Montour, lo. 1860 

Avery, Holly H., Steelburg, Neb. 262 

Avery, John, Norwich, Ct. 1848 

Averv, William F., Middlebury, Ct. 106 

•Axelson, John, Fltchburg, Mass. 198 

Aztell, Nathan G., Kensington, 111. 1867 

Ayer, Charles L., Bethlehem, Ct. 100 

Ayer, Edward P., Easton, Ct. 102 

Ayer, Edwin I., Manistee, Mich. 1888 

Ayer, Franklin D., Concord, N. H. 266 

Ayers, Alfred W., Wisner, Neb. 264 

Ayres. Milan C. Newton Center, Mass. 1874 
Babb, Thomas E., Bolden, Mass. « 202 

Babbitt, James H., W. Brattleboro, Vt. 342 
Bachelor, Francis P., Hockanum, Ct. 102 

Backus, Jabez. Westport. Ct. 114 

Backus, Joseph W., Farmlngton, Ct 1868 
Bacon, Benj. W., New Haven, Ct. 1884 

•Bacon, Edward E., Saybrook, Ct. 110 

Bacon, Joseph F., Neligh, Neb. 260 

Bacon, Leonard W., Norwich, Ct. 1866 

Bacon, Miles E., Gettysburg, S. D. 1880 

Bacon, Theodore D., Detroit, Mich. 224 

Bacon, Thomns R., i/., Berkeley, Cal. 1879 
Bacon, Wm. A., Shelburne Falls, Mass. 212 
Bacon, William F., Medford, Mass. 1867 

Bacon, William N., Bridport, Vt. 842 

Bagnall, Fred., Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. 284 
Bay ley, Alfred, Oakland, Cal. 90 

B Jley, Amos J.; Seattle, Wn. 48, 1871 

Bailey, Daniel W., Saybrook, O. 810 

Bayley, Frank T., Denver, Colo. 96 

Bailey, George H., Ashfield, Mass. 190 

Bailey, Gurdon F., Westbrook, Ct. 114 

Bailey, Henry L., Middletown Springs, Vt. 346 
Bailey, John G., Rogers, Ark. 1864 



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411 



. Bailey, John W., Lockport, N. Y. 1882 

Bailey, Nelson M., Wells Beach, Me. 188 

Bailey, Orange C, Worcester, Mass. 218 

Bailey, William, Cordele, Ga. 1894 
Baines-Grlffiths, David, Kansas City, Kan. 166 

Balrd, John W., A, B, G. F, M. 386 

Baird, Lucius O., Ottawa, Til. 138 

Baker, Ariel A., Fairfax, lo. 152 

[Baker, Ephraim H., deceased, 14 
Baker, Ernest L., Lawrence, Mass. 11, 1804 

Baker, Frank H.. Bar Mills, Me. 180 

Baker, George, Washougal, Wn. 356, 8 

♦Baker, George H., Westford, Vt. 360 

Baker, John W. H., Enosburg, Vt. 844 

Baker, Orrin G., Ferrisburg, Vt. 344 

Baker, Smith, Portland, Me. 9, 186 

♦Baker, T. Nelson, New Haven, Ct. lo8 

Baker, WilUam H., Springaeld, O. 810 

Baker, W. Moulding, Woodstock, Ont. 1883 

Baloom, Fred. A., Saylesville, R. I. 328 
Baldwin, Arthur J., tibirland, 111. 134, 40 

Baldwin, Cyrus G., Claremont, Cal. 1881 

Baldwin, David J ., Pueblo, Colo. 1865 

Baldwin, Frit* W., E. Orange, N. J. 276 
Baldwin; Manuel L., McLeansville, N. C. 294 

Ball, Albert H., Passaic, N. J. 9. 276 

Ball, Marcellus A. [lo.] 1892 

Ball, Robert II.; Fatrhaven. Vt. 344 

Ballantine, Henry W., Baltimore, Md. 176 

Ballantine, John W., Ridgefield. Ct. 110 
Ballantine,William G., Springfield. Mass. 1880 

Ballantine, William O., A, B. C. F, M, 385 

Bailou, Henry L., Chester, Vt. S44 
Bancroft, Cecil F. P., Pr.<t Andover, Ms. 1867 

Banham, Henry E., Cloverdale, Cal. 86 

Banister, C. D., Thompson ville, Mich. 222, 34 

Banks, George W., Guilford, Ct. 104 

Barber, Alanson D., Williston, Vt. 1849 

Barber, Amzi D., Oberlln, O. 1841 

Barber, Clarence H., Manchester, Ct. ' 106 

Barber, Mrs. Dora R., tiiberwood. Or. 1893 

Barber, Jerome M., Sherwood, Or. 320 

[Barber, Leman N., deceased, 14 

Barber, Luther H., Ellington, Ct. 1843 

Barber, Wilfred O.. Chicago, 111. 130 

Barbour, Thomas W., E. Troy, Wis. 362, 4 

Barbour, William M., Maiden, Mass. 1861 

[Barclay, Thomas D., deceased, 14 

Bard, George I., Meredith, N. H. 270 

Barker, Franklin W., Mt. Desert, Me. 184 

Barker, Otis W., Newtown, Ct., 108 

Barker, Thomas, Hillsboro, Wis. 364 

Barnard, Elihu C, Whitewater, Wis. • 1866 

Barnard, Henry T., Bradford, Vt. 342, 4 

Barnard, Pliny F., Westminster, Vt. 1847 

Barnes, Alice 8. N., Castle, Mont. 255 

Barnes, George B.. Wahpeton, N. D. 298 

Barnes, Henry E., N. Andover, Mass. 208 

Barnes, Jeremiah R., Marietta, O. 1838 

Barnes,, J. Rodney, Emington, 111. 132 

Barnes, Joseph A., Union City, Mich. ■ 234 
Barnes, Stephen G., Longmeadow, Mass. 202 

Bamett, John W., Columbus, O. 804 

Barney, Lewis W., Jersey City, N. J. 276 

Bamum, Henry 8., A, B. C. F. M. 386 

Barnnm, Herman N., A. B. (7. F. M, 386 

Bamum, Samuel H., Cornwall, Vt. 844 

♦Barrett, H. Sidney, So, Coventry, Ct. 102 

Barrett, John P., Covert, Mich. 224 

Barrett, Mandus, Nashua, lo. 168 

Barrett, Samuel A.. E. Hartford, Ct. 102 

Barron, John W., Deadwood, S. D. 334 

Barrows, Allen C., P/., Columbus, O. 1871 

Barrows, John O., Stonington, Ct. 112 

Barrows, Walter M., Greenwich, Ct. 104 

Barrows, William H., Houthbury, Ct. 112 

Barstow, John, Medford, Mass. 204 

Bartholomew, Chas. M., Owego, N. Y. 286 

Bartlett, Alfred H., Stockville, Neb. 1874 

Bartlett, Dana W., Los Angeles, Cal. 90 



Bartlett, Edw'd O., Providence, R. I. 1863 

Bartlett, Ernest C, Chelmsford, Mass. 12, 196 
Bartlett, Ernest M., Northbridire, Mass. 208 
Bartlett, Lyman, A. B. C. F. M. 386 

[Bartlett, Hamuel C, deceased, 16 

Bartlett, Samuel C. , Jr., .i. B. Q F. M, 385 
Bartlett, William A., Lowell, Mass. 204 

Bartley, Alexander, Mansfield. O. 1889 

Bartley, William T., Salem, N. H. 272 

Barton, Francis M., Wheaton, 111. 1871 

Barton, Jas. L., Newton Center, Mass. 42, 1886 
Barton, Robert J., Salisbury, Vt. 346, 8 

Barton, William E., Oak Park, 111. 186 

Bary, Emil B., Melrose, Mass. 1881 

Bascom, George S., OHska, N. D. 298 

Bascom, John, /Y., WiiUamstown, Mass. 1859 
Baskerville, Mark, Spokane, Wn. 1882 

Bass, Henry O , Wenona, Ga. 124 

Bassett, Austin B., Ware, Mass. Sfl4 

Basfiett, Franklin H., New Brighton, Minn. 244 
Bates, Charles S., Hanson, Mass. 200 

Bates, Francis W., A, B. C. F. M. 385 

Bates, George L., W, Africa^ 886 

tates, Henry L., Forest Grove, Or. 1881 

ates, James A., S. Royalston, Mass. 210 

Bates, John M., Wakonda. 8. D. 336 

Bates, Mrs. Juanito, Brookton, N. T. 1892 
Bates, Newton W., W. Bloomfield, N. Y. 290 
Bates, Samuel L., Burlington, Vt. 1864 

Batt, William J., Concord Junction, Mass. 1869 
Battey, George J., Grand Island, Neb. 260, 2 
Battey, Richard H., Minneapolis, Minn. 1882 
Bauman, Gustav B., Waukegan, 111. 142 

Bauman, Henry A., Hosmer, 8. D. 1892 

Baumgardner, Burdette C, Newton, lo , 168 
Bausman, Joseph H., Liochester, Pa. 326 

Baxter, Geo. W., Knoxvllle, lo. 166 

Baxter, Thomas G., N. Adams, Mich. 230 
Baylis, Charles T , Brecksviile, O. 300 

Bayne, John S., Mendon, 111. 136 

Beach, Arthur G., Ashland, Wis. 360* 

Beach. David N., Denver, Colo. 11. 96 

Beach, Edwin R.. Lexington, Or. 1879 

♦Beach, Elmer J., Northtord, Ct. 108 

Beach, Harlan P., Montclair, N. J. 1888 

Beach, Samuel J., Clarion, lo. « 160, 4 

Beadenkoff, Thomas M., Baltimore, Md. 176 
Beale, Charles H., Roxbury, Mass. 192 

Beele, Wiiliam T., Dorchester, Mass. 192 

Reals, Charles E., Stoneham, Mass. 214 

Beaman, Warren H., Amherst, Mass. 1841 
Bean, Daniel O., Strawberry Point, lo. 9, 162 
Bean, Ebenezer, Bluehill, Me. 178 

Bean, Leroy S., Portland, Me. 186 

Beard,A.K.,Cong'l Rooms,4th av.,N.Y. 60, 1864 
Beard, Gerald H., South Norwalk, Ct 110 
Beard, Joseph R., Otturawa, lo. 168 

Beard, Reuben A., Cambridge, Mass. 194 

Beard, Wlllard L., A, B. Q, F, M, 886 

Beard, William 8., Durham, N. H. 268 

Beardslee, Clark 8., Hartford, Ct. 61, 1884 
[Beardsley, Bronson B., deceased, • 16 

Beardsley, Frank G., Salem, lo. 160 

Beardsley, Josiah, Rosendale, Wis. 368 

BeatOQ , David, 1040 N. Clark, Chicago, 111. 128 
Beatty, Squire T., Elkport, lo. 1898 

Beauohamp, Jethro M., Lexington, Or. 318 
Bechtel, Philip, Kennedy, 8. D. 886 

Becker, James A.. Spearfish, 8. D. 336 

Beck with, Clarence A., Bangor, Me. 66, 1878 
Beckwith, Edward G., Honolulu, H. I. 386 
Beddoes, Arthur E., Minooka, 111. 140 

Fc dford, Oliver C, Watoga, 111. 142 

Bedford, Robest C, Beloit, Wis. 1876 

Beebee, Albert G., Springfield, Mass. 1864 
Beebe, Julius R., Sanborn, N. D. 296, 8 

Beeoher, Charles, Georgetown, Mass. 1844 
Beecher, Thomas K., Elmira, N. Y. 1862 

Beede, Aaron, i^, Redfield, 8. D. 830 

Beero, Franklin E., Berkley, Mass. 192 



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BebrendB, Adolpbus J. F.,Brooklyn, N.Y. 27S 
Beitel, Joseph H., Palisade, Neb. 258, 62 

Belanger, Joseph A., Wallln8:ford, Vt. 1894 
Belknap, AugastUM J., Farmingion, lo. 1876 
Bell, Ira W., Kdmore, Mich. 224 

Bell, James M., N. Leominster ^ass. 202 

Bell, John W., Newington, N. H. 268, 72 

Bell, Robert C. Qranhy, Mass. 200 

Bell, Samuel, Deerfield Center, N. H. 1869 
Bell, H. Linton, Marblehead Mas*. 204 

Bell, Thomas, Moravia. N. Y. 284 

Bell, Thomas, Palmyra, Neb. 1886 

Bell. Thomas J., Selma, A In. »4 

Bell. William H.. Helena, Mont. 48, 52, 1881 
Belaey, George W., Toledo. O. 310 

Belt, tialathiel D., Paso Kobles, Cal. 9^, 4 

Beman, Albert M.Aurora, Mo. 250 

Benedict, Arthur J., Honsatonic, Ma^s. 200 
Benedict, George, N. Abington, MaKn. 190 
Benedict, Wm. A., Newton Center, Mass. 1846 
Benford, George, Grand Blanc, Mich. 220, 6 
Bennett, Ethan O. [lo ] 1853 

Bennett, Robert C, Platteville, Wis. 366 

Bennett, Wm. U., Darlington, Win. 9, 362 

Benson, Ernest L., Poplar Grove, 111. 138 

Bent, George, Hazard, Neb. 18n6 

Bente, ChriHi. H., tieneca, Kan 170 

Bentley, Frank D., Duluth, Minn. 240 

Ben- on, Adoniram J., Dickens, lo. 152, 4 

Benton, l.edyard B., Ciete, Neb. 1864 

Berckman, Wm. O., New Fairfield, Ci., Iu8 
Berg, William K., Wilton June, lo. 1886 

Berger, Martin L.. Berkeley Cal. 1863 

Berger, William F.. Jersey City, N. J. 1889 
Berle, Adolph A., Brighton, Mass. 192 

Berle, Theodore P., Cambridge, Mass. 1893 
Berry, Aueustus, Pelhaiii, N. H. 272 

♦Berry, Edward .\., Cedar Rapids, lo. 160 
Berry, George R., Collinwood, O. 3o2 

•Berry, John K., Detroit, Mich. 224 

Berry, John T., Ashland, Me. 9, 12, 178 

Berry, Loren F., Chicago, 111. 128 

Berry, Louis F., Moniclair, N. J. 276 

Bessey, Will. N., Streator, III. 12, 140 

Bethel, George P., Columbus, O. 1888 

Betts, Eben M., Minneapolis, Minn. 1869 

Bevan, Noah, Dundaff, Pa. 822 

Bickers, William H , Rosemond, 111. 140 

Bickford, Thomas, Chicago, 111. 1876 

Bickford, Warren F., Islington, Mass. 216 

Bidwell. Charles A.^Manchester, N. H. 270 
Blelby, Robert P., Willow Springs, 111. ft, 136 
Bigelow, B. Victor, Cohasset, Mass. 196 

Bigelow, Frank E.. Chicago, 111. 1897 

♦Bigelow, Herbert S., Cincinnati, O. 302 

Biggers, Lorenzo J., Columbus, Ga. 82 

Billing, James, Redwood City, Cal. 1894 

Billings, Charles 8., Los Angeles, Cal. 1896 
Billings, Edward W., Slatersville, R. I. 1896 
Blllman, Howard, Richmond Hill, N. Y, 288 
Bingham, Charles M., Daytona, Fla. 118 

Bingham, Hiram, A. B. C. F. M. 385 

Binkhorst, Arie, St. John, Mich. 234 

Bird, G.H., 9139 Ex'ge av., 8 Chicago, 111. 128 
Bird, Martin B., Brainerd, Minn. 238 

Bird, William, AheiK Syria, 385 

Birlew, Gordon E., ^an Rafael, N. M. 292 

Bimie, Douglas P. Springfield Mass. 1885 
Blsbee, Marvin D., Pf , Hanover, N. H. 1874 
Biscoe, George S., Cottage Grove, Minn. 238 
Bishop, Albert W., Sterling, Kan. 170 

Bishop, Edwin W., Stafford Sp'gx, Ct. 9, 1 12 
Bissell, Arthur D., F/., Claremont, Cal. 1884 
Blssell, Frank A., Berkeley, Cal. 1882 

Bissell, Henry G., A. B. C. F. M. 385 

Bissell, Henry M., A. B. C, F. M. 385 

Bissell, Jonathan E., Batavia, 111. 126 

Bissell, Oscar, Brimfield, Mass. 1856 

[Bizby, Alanson, deceased, 16 

Bizby, Joseph P., Revere, Mass. 1862 



Bixby, Wm. S., Severy, Kan. 170, 2 ' 

Bizler, James W., New London, Ct. 12, 108 
♦Bjorklund, E. B., Kasota, Minn. 242 

•Bjuge, Carl B., Minneapolis, Minn. 244 

Black; George D., Minneapolis, Minn. 242 
Black, William. A., Springfield, 111. 140 

Blackburn, John F., Fort Valley, Ga. 122 

BlHckman. Virgil W., Swanzey, N. H. 274 
Blackman,Wm.F.,/V.,New Haven.Ct. 65, 1880 
Blackmer, Edmund F.. Lunenburg, Vt. 346 
Blackwell, William, Sleepy Bye, Minn. 246 
Blair, David G., Bronson, Mich. 220, 2 

Hlalr, John J., WalllnRford, Ct. 114 

Blalsdell, James A., Olivet, Mich. 232 

Blaisdell. William S.. Victoria, Fla. 1868 

Blake, Elmer T., Charlestown, N. H. 266 

Blake, Uenry A., Webster, Mass. 216 

Blake, Lyman H., Westfieid, Mass. 1876 

Blake, S. Leroy, New London, Ct. 108 

Blakely, Daniel W., Earlville, lo. 148, 52 

Blakely, Josiah B.. Neenah, Wi«. 1874 

Blakely, Quincy, So. GlHStonbury, Ct. 104 
Blakeslee, Allen D., Denver, Colo. 1875 

Blakeslee, Krastns, Brookline, Mass. 1880 
Blakesley, Linus, Topeka. Kan. 170 

Blakeslee. Newton T., Milwaukee, Wis. 366 
Blanchard, Addison, Denver, Colo. 96 

Blanchard, Chas. A.. /V., Wheat on, III. 142 
Blanchard, Edgar F., Warwick. Mass. 1894 
Blanchard, Edward B., Brookfield, Mass. 194 
Blanchard, John L., Avoca, lo. 1891 

Blanchard, John T., Aurora. 111. 126 

Blankinshlp. Jefferson D., Wrights, Fla. 118, 20 
Hlanshard, Francis G.. Grand Rapids,Mich.226 
Blenkarn, Wm. T.. Wabaunsee, Kan. 1869 
Bliss, Alfred V., Ludlow, Vt. 9, 346. 8 

Bliss, Charies R., Wakefield, Mass. 1859 

Bliss, Daniel, Beirut^ Syria, 385 

Bliss, Daniel J., Leonard's Bridge, Ct. 106 
Bliss, Frank C, Plymouth, Wis. 9, 368 

Bliss, George C, llalnfield, Mass. 210 

Bliss, Howard S., Upper Montclair, N. J. 276 
Bliss, J. Henry, Franklin. N. H. 268 

Bliss, John, Crystal, Mich. 1853 

Bliss, Leon D., G reat Barrlngton, Mass. 1200 
Block, John, Jefferson, 111. 130, 8 

Blodgett, Charles B., Burlington, Wis. 360 
Blodget, Henry, A. B. O. F. M, 385 

Blomfield, Frank, Muskegon, Mich. 230 

Blomfield, Stanley F., vNew Haven, Ct. 1894 
Bloomfield, George J., Pawtncket, R. I. 328 
Bloom, Karl J. Wesley, lo. 162 

Bloom, William K., Creal Sp's, III. 9,180,2.42 
Blose, Daniel A., Perry Center, N. Y. 286 

Blue, James M., Lawrence, Mass. 1896 

Boardnian, Charles P., Marshalltown, lo. 156 
Boardman, George N., New YorkCity, 59. 1854 
Boardman, John R., Hatlowell, Me. 9, 182 
Boardman, Joseph, Barnet, Vt. 342 

Boardman, M.Bradford, New Britain, Ct. 1863 
B.ickoven, William A., Norihport, Mich. 230 
Bodman, Frederic H., New Haven, Ct, 1895 
Bodwell, Flavlf I A., Chase, Kan. 164 

Bodwell, Joseph C, Lyndonvllle, Vt. 342, 6 
Boggess, Eliot B., V^aterlown, 8. D. 336 

Bole, Andrew S., Coventry, Vt. 344 

Boley, Marion J.. Prattvllle, Ala. 82 

Bolln, Nels J., Ups^a, Minn. 248 

Boiler, Benjamin F., Pontlac, 111. 1876 

Bollinger, Edward S., Oregon City, Or. 318 
Bolster, Wm. H., Nashua. N. H. 272 

Bolt, Niklaus, 18 Orilly PI. , Chicago, 111. 130 
Bolt, William W., Roseville, 111. 9, 140 

Bolton, James, Cocoanut Grove, Fla. 118, 120 
Bond, James, Nashville, Tenn. 338 

Bond, John J. , Lake Grove, N. Y. 282, 4 

Bond, William J. C, Boscobel, Wis. 380 

Bonfils, Ellsworth, Paterson, N. J. 9, 276 

Booth. Edwin, Oberlln, O. 1866 

Booth, Edwin, jr.. Long Pine, Neb. 260 



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413 



Boothby, Clayton D., Thoroaston.Me 188 
Borden, Mrs. M. J., Albuquerque, N.M. 1894 
*Borg, Lars O., Waahineton Depot, Ct. 114 
Bornioee, Neils N., Philadelphia, Pa. 824 

Boroughf, Wesley A., Brwin, S. D. 1892 

Borton, Carl D., Rio, III. 136, 8 

Bosard, Wesley K.,Dodge Center, Minn. 238, 40 
Bostwfck, Elmer D., Blgtimber, Mont. 255 
Bosworth, Edward I., Oberlin, O. 63, 1886 
BoBworth, Quincy M., Bozrahville, Ct. 1856 
Bosworth, Richard H. , Sprinffdeld, Mas*. 212 
Bosworth, Uriah C, Kirtland. O. 806 

Bosworth, William A., Wichita, Kan. 172 
Boughton, Clement A., Necedah, Wis. 9, 366 
Bourne, Alexander P., Exeter, N. H. ■ 268 
Bourne, James R., New Haven, Ct. 1859 

Bourne, Paul K., Pembroke, N. H. 272 

Bourne, 8.,207 W. Slst 8t.,New York.N.Y. 1853 
Bouton, Tilton C. U., Henniker, N. H. 270 
Bowden, Henry M., Middlefield, Mass. 206 
Bowen, Frederic, Bloomington, 111. 126 

Bowers, Albert, Ruggles, O. 308 

Bowers, George. Warrenviile, N. J. 276 

Bowler, Stephen L., Bangor, Me. 1853 

Bowman, George A., East Hartford, Ct. 1848 
Bowman, J. Elliot, Billerica, Mass. 1895 

Bow'n, Frank A., Walker, Minn. 248 

Bowron, Joseph, Tucson, Ariz. 84 

Boyd, Herbert W., Ashby, Mass. 190 

Bovd, Richard T., E>ierpont, O. 808, 22 

♦Boyer, Virgil, Marietta, O. 306 

Boynton, Charles, East Aurora, N. Y. 1851 
Boynton, Francis H., Lawrence, Mass. 206 
Boynton, Geo. M.,Newton Center, Ms. 52, 1863 
Boynton, Nehemiah, Detroit, Mich. 224 

Brackin, Ellsha, Blackwood. Ala. 1896 

Bradford, Amory U., Montclair, N. J. 276 
Bradford, Beoj. F., Up'r Montclair, N. J. 276 
Bradford, Einery L., Boxford, Mass. 194 

Bradtord, George F., New Ipswich, N. H. 272 
Bradford, Park A., Tyngsboro, Mass. 1879 
[Bradley, Albert I., deceased, 16 

Bradley, Dan F.. Grand Uapids, Mich. 226 
Bradley, Edward E., Lincoln, Mass. 202 

Bradley, George S., Hillsdale, Mich. 1860 

Bradley, Nelson 8., CadiUac, Mich. 222 

Bradshaw, John W., Ann Arbor, Mich. 22U 
Bradstreet, Albert E., Oxford, Mass. 208 

Brady, Alexander. Wilsonvllle, Or. 9, 818, 20 
•Bralnard, Frank G., Stark, 111. 18^3 

Brainerd, Edward R., Los Angeles, Oal. 1884 
Braith waite, Thos. S. , Bay Shore, N. Y. 1890 
Brxkemeyer, Gustavus L., Friend, Neb. 258, 64 
Branan, Seaborn R., Art, Ala. 80 

Branch, Edwin T., Homer, Mich. 1849 

Brand, Chas. A., Huron, S. D. 10, 832 

I Brand, James, deceased. 
Brando, A Ifred G . Pierce, Neb. 1870 

Brandon, Leroy, Clearwater, Fla. 1898 

Brandt, Wesley L., Kellogtr, lo. 164 

Brastow, Lewis O., New Haven, Ct. 66, 1861 
Bray, Henry E., 8. Framingham, Masl. 1889 
Bray, Spencer H., 148 St. Ann's av., N.Y. 1870 
Bray, William L. [lo.] 1861 

Brearley, William H., Pukwana, B. D. 1877 
Breck, Aaron, Partridge, Kan. 9, 170 

Breck, Charles A., Cotuit, Mass. 1894 

Breckenridge, Daniel M., Ormond, Fla. 120 
Breed, Dwigbt P.^reston, lo. 150 

Breed, Merle A., westboro, Mass. 216 

Breed, Reuben L., Wabasha, Minn. 248 

Breed, Samuel D., Ann Arbor, Mich. 1862 
Breeze, Aaron, Potosl, Wis. ' 368 

Brenneke, Frederic, Minden, lo. 169 

Brereton, James E., Waverly, lo. 162 

Brereton, John, Springfield, Mo. 1884 

Brett, George 8., De Soto, Mo. 250 

Brewer, Frank 8., New Hartford, Ct. 10, 1, 108 
Brewer, William F., Atlanta, Ga. 122 

Briant, 8. Ingersoll, Westboro, Mass. 1868 



Brickett, Harry L., Marion, Mass. 204 

Bridgman, Frederick B., A, B, O. F. M. 885 
Bridgman,Howard A.,Brookline,Ma8s. 12, 1890 
Briggs, Walter A. , Big Rapids, Mich. 220 

[Briggs, William T., deceased, 16 

Bright, D. Franklin, Gillett, Colo. 98 

Bright, Jesse L.. Columbus. O. 1890 

Brink, Lee A., Iron River, Wis. 364 

Brintnall, Loren W., Ahtanum. Wn. 354 

Brintnall, Walter A., Little Uock, lo. 156 

Bristol, Frank L., Uxbridge, Mass. 214 

Bristol, Sherlock, Ventura, Cal. 1843 

Broad, L. Payson, Topeka, Kan. 48, 1873 

Brock. Geo. A., Lockport, N. Y. 284 

*Brodhead, William II., Fairhaven, Mass. 198 
Brodie, Andrew M.,ManiHtee, Mich. 230 

Brodie, James F., Salem. Mass. 212 

Brokenshire,J.J.,1419 W.Polk, Chicago, 111. 130 
Brokenshire, W. H., Portal, N. D. 1894 

Bronsdon, Allen A., Oakham, Mass. 208 

Bronson, Oliver H., Cleveland, O. 10, 302 

Brooks, Charles S., Hyde Park, Mass. . 1869 
Brooks, Edward L., Detroit City, Minn. 240 
Brooks, G. Wolcott, Dorchester, Mass. 192 
Brooks, Hans A. I 111.] 1896 

Brooks, Raymond C, Eugene, Or. 318 

Brooks, Richard B., Statesboro, Ga. 1880 

Brooks, W. E., 1244 Lill ave.. Chicago, III. 128 
Brooks. Wm. M., Berkeley. Cal. 1866 

Bross, Harmon, Lincoln, Neb. 48, 1868 

Brotherton, J. Howard, Roscommon, Mich. 232 
Brower, Charles DeW., South Haven, Mich.234 
Brown, Amasa A., Hot Springs, 8. D. 48, 1863 
•Brown, Aureliati L.. Irvington, Neb. 260 
Brown, Charles R., Oakland, Cal. 90 

Brown, Clarence T., Salt Lake City, U. 48, 340 
Brown, Daniel M., Albion, III. 126 

Brown, Edwin C, Freeport, Me. 182 

Brown, Francis H., Clifton, 111. 1862 

Brown, Frank J., Plainview, Minn. 244 

Brown, George B., Toledo, O. 1886 

Brown, Giles G., Andover, Mass. 1899 

Brown, Henry C., Kansas City, Mo. 1866 

Brown, Henry E., Cleveland, O. 1866 

Brown,Henry M., 1864 Fleetwood av.,N.Y. 286 
Brown, Herbert B., So. Norwalk, Ct. 1886 
Brown, James, Anniston, Ala. 80 

Brown, James M., Keystone, S. D. 332 

Brown, J. Fletcher, Los Alamitos, Cal. 88 
Brown, John A ., Grinuell, lo. 1883 

Brown, John L., Ocheyedan, lo. 158 

Browne, John K., A, S. C. F. M, 386 

Browne, J. Newton, Salt Lake City, Utah, 340 
Brown, Luther E., Bedford, Mich. 220 

Brown, Oliver, Andover, Ct. 100 

Brown, Richard, Minneapolis, Minn. 244 

[Brown, Rob't P.^eceased. 
Brown, Sherman W., Spencer, Mass. 212 

Brown, Sterling N., Washington, D. C. 117 
Brown, Thomas J., Lancaster, Wis. 364 

Brown, Victor F., Union Grove. Wis. 870 
Brown, Willard D., Interlachen, Fla. 118 

Brown, William B., Bast Orange, N. J. 1843 
Brown, William J., Glenwood, Minn. 240 

Brown, William M., Bloomfield, Ct. 100 

Brown, William T., Rochester, N. Y. 11, 288 
Brownville, John W., Ervlng, Mass. 198 

Bruce, Charles R., Elk Point, 8. D. 1886 

Bruce, Henry J., A. B. 0. F. M . 886 

Bruechert. Fred H. W., Omaha, Neb. 262 

Brundage, Birchard F., Bridgeport, Mich. 222 
Brundidge, Hiram A., Oswego, Kan. 1861 

Br^ner, Charles H., Metropolis, 111. 136 

Brunker, James, Maize, Kan. 1874 

Brunker, Thos. A., Omer, Ok. 10, 314, 16 

Brush, Samuel R., Percival.Io. 158 

Bryan, George A., Norwich. Ct. 1849 

Bryant, Albert, Scituate Center, Mass. 12, 1876 
Bryant, John W., Klamath Falls, Or. 818 

Bryant, Robert C, Boston, Mass. 1896 



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CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1899. 



1876 

212 

* 1868 

108 

216 

160 

1868 

212 

17 

10,288 

160 

100 

806 

178 

280.4 

17 

154 

186 

1872 



Bryant, Samuel J., West Hay^n, Ct. 

. «..,_. «•— pt,MaM. 

Olivet, Mich. 
»uvA, a-vw^u ^., a. »11 River, Mass. 
Baok, George H., HaydenviUet Ma«t. 
Buck, John W., Polk, lo. 
Back, Samuel J., Pf.y GrinneU, lo. 
Buckbam, John W., Salem, Mass. 
[Bucklngbam, Samuel G., deceased, 
Buell, Lewin F., Syracuse, N. Y. 
Bufkin, LlndleyH., Runnells, Io« 
Bugbee. Rolla G., Athol, Mass. 
Bngbey, Willard S., Marysville, O. 
Bulflncb, John J., Waldoboro, Me. 
Bull, David W. JJe Ruyter, N. Y. 
[Bullard, Eben W., deceased, 
BuUock, Motter A., Iowa City, lo. 
BumpuB, Isaac C, Sherman Mills, Me 

Bumstead, Horaee, iV., Atlanta, Ga. 

Bnndy, Henry, 383 Mohawk. Chicago, 111. 1878 
Bunker, Fred R., A, B. C. F, M, 385 

Bunnell, John J., Fort Payne, Ala. 80 

«Burch, Henry H., Milford. lo. 10, 166, ^ 
Burden, Thomas J., Amandavllle, Ga 
Burdick, William L., Lakeville, Ct. 
Burdon, Henry F., Auburn, Me. 
Bargees, Bdmund J., Otsego, Mich. 
Burgess, George H., Normal, Iir. 
Burgess, Gideon A., Toledo, O. 
Burgess, Hubert F., Auburn, Oal. 
Burgess, James G., Crow Agency, Mont. 1803 
Burgess, Louis F., Bridgewater, Ct. 1878 

Burgess, Seth. Blodgett Mills, N. Y. 1843 

Burgess, William, Des Plaines, 111. 
Burhans, Frank D., Salina, Kan. 
Burhans, Paul C, Seward, Neb. mm 

Bnrkhardt, Paul, Sprinsfleld, Mo. 252 

Burkart, J. J., Lewis, N. Y. 284 

Burkett, Casablanca B.,Volina, Ala., 82,4, 120 
Burkholder, C. M., Waukegan, 111. '*^'* 

Burleigh, B. W-ade, Hawarden,Io. 
Burling, Jas. P., Kearney, Neb. 
Burlison, Augustus E., Knglewood, 111. 
*Burnaby, Sidney A., Canaan, Ct. 
Bumap, Irving A., S. Natick, Mass. 
Barnard, William B., LaGrange, 111. 
Burnell, Arthur T., Pleasant Hill, Tenn. 
Burnham, Collins G., Chicopee, Mass. 
Bumham, Michael, St. Louis, Mo. zoz 

Burns, William C, Orchard Lake, Mich. 1881 
Burr, Almond W., iy., Beloit, Wis. """^ 

Burr, Enoch F., Lyme, Ct. 
Burr, Hanford M., Springfield, Mass. 
Burr, Horace M., Plymouth, 111. 
Burr. Marcus, Bozrahville, Ct. 
Burr, William N., Corona, Cal. 
Burrill, Arthur 8., Conway, N. H. 268 

Burroughs, Charle* F., Wiacasset, Me. 180, 8 
Burroughs, Charles H., Columbus, N. Y. 280 
Burroughs Walter A.,Washington2lnd. 144.6 
Burrows, Edwin B., Penacook, N. H. 266 

Burrows, Fred W.. Hillsboro Bridae, N. H. 270 
Burtt, Be^jamin H., Ludington, Mich. 230 
Burt, Charles W., New Haven, Mich. 222, 30 
Burt, Enoch H., Ivoryton, Ct. 104 

Burtner, Daniel E., Swampscott, Mass. 214 
Burton, Charles E., Chicago, lU. . 10, 130 

Burton, Nathan L., GriggsvlUe, 111. 134 

Busby, Joseph L., Calera. Ala. 80 

Bush, Allen S.. Denver, Colo. 62, 1885 

Bush, Frederick W.. Hopkins Sta., Mich. 228 
Bush, Harvey 8., Almont, Mich. 1808 

Bush, Jones, Weaver, Ga. 1860 

Bushee, George A., Madison, Ct. 106 

Bushee, Wm. A., Northwood Center, N.H. 272 
Bushell, Jonas, Madrone, Wn. 364 

Bushell. Richard, Marysville, Wn. 356 

Bushnell, Albert, St. Joseph, Mo. 262 

Bushnell, Campbell W., Kalama, Wn. 11, 356 
[Bushnell, George, deceased. 



1887 

10, 178 

232 

186 

810 

86 



132 
170 



142 
154 

260 

1856 

110 

206 

1854 

1883 

106 

252 



1875 
106 

1888 
188 
106 



17 



Bushnell, Henry A., LaGrange, 111. 134 

Bushnell, Samuel C, ArUngton, Mass. 100 
Buss, Henry, Creston, III. 1856 

Buss, William H., Fremont, Neb. 258 

Bussey, Robert D., Jr., Grand Is., N. Y. 282 
Bussey, Thomas L., Piedmont, Ga. 124 

Buswell, James C, Mellen, Wis. ' 1880 

Buswell, Jesse, Kingfisher, Ok. 10, 314 

Butcher. WiUiam R., ChandiorvUle, 111. 128 
Butler, Edward P., Sunderland. Mass. 214 
Botler, Elmer W., Melbourne, Fla. 118 

Butler, Frank O., Clackamas, Or. 318 

Bntler, Krank E., S. Weymouth, Mass. 216 
Butler, Henry B., Alma, Mich. 1865 

Botler, James B., Sheridan, Mjch. 224, 34 

Batler, Jesse C, Central, Ala. 80, 2 

Butler, John H.. Somerset, Mich. 284 

BuUer, S. Wright, Omaha, Neb. 262 

BuUer, Thomas W., Oregon City, Or. 1880 
Butler, William, Lincoln, Cal. 88 

Butler, Willis H., WilUamstown, Mass. 10, 216 
Buttram, Elijah A., Potolo, Fla. 120 

Buxton, Wilson R., S. Acton, Mass. 100 

Byers, William L., Keokuk, lo. 156 

Byington3-H.,210 Harrison, Brt>ok*n,N.Y. 278 
Byington, Ezra H., Newton, Mass. 1850 

Byington, Georse P., B. Hardwick, Vt. 844 
Byrons, Edward H., Centerbrook, Ct. 102 
Cadmus, William E., BIyria, O. 804 

Cadwalader, John, Delta, Pa. 1862 

Cadwalader. Morris J., Spring Water, Wis. 368 
Cady, ChK>. L., Geneseo, 111. 182 

Cady, William J., Benton- Harbor, Mich; 220 
Calclwell, WUliam B., Ann Arbor, Mich. 1863 
Calhoun, John S., Lusk, Wyo. 10, 353 

Calhoun, NeweU M., West Winsted, Ct. 114 
Calhoun, Soltau F., Cleveland, O. 1871 

Calkibs, Raj-mond, Pittafield, Mass. 10, 210 
Calkins, Wolcott, Newton, Mass. 218 

Calland, William C, Springfield, Mo. 1880 
Callen, Wilson, Burroughs, Ga. 1881 

Cameron, Allck J., Jamaica, Vt. 10, 346 

Cameron, John H., Wuodworth, Wis. 1864 
Cameron, Malcolm J., Gay's Mills, Wis. 364, 8 
Camfield, Lewis E., Burnslde, S. D. 330, 2 
Camp, Charles W., Sierra Madre, Cal. 1848 
Camp, Edward C, Whitman, Mass. 216 

Campbell, Andrew, Deerfield, Mass. 106 

Campbell, Charles, Sanford, Fla. 120 

Campbell, Charles E., Trenton. Neb. 258, 62 
Campbell, Clement C, Hartford, Wis. 364 

Campbell, Gabriel, iyi, Hanover, N. H. 1868 
Campbell, Hollis A., Seymour, Ct. 112 

Campbell, James, Seattle, Wn. 1860 

Campbell, James M., Lombard, 111. 136 

Campbell, John P., Palestine, Tex. 340 

Campbell, Thos. , Chicago, 111 . 130 

Campbell, Thos. M., Augusta, Ga. 1886 

Campbell, Walter W.XJoncord, Mass. 1800 
Campbell, Wilber A. K., Danvers, 111. 132 
Campbell, William, Hastings, Mich. 1880 

Campbell, WilUam H., Jollet, III. 1886 

Campbell, William R., Roxbury, Mass. 102 
Candee, George, Toledo, O. 1862 

Canfield, Thomas H., Tucson, Arix. 1840 

Carey, Isaac B., Oberlin, O. 1854 

Carlisle, Charles B., Winthrop. lo. 1886 

Carlson, Carl B., Woodstock, Ct. 114 

Carlson, Brnest O., Hinsdale, 111. 10, 134 

Carlson, Thomas A., Middlebury, Vt. 350 

Carlson, Walter G.,Willow Lake, S.D. 834, 6 
Camachan, James G., Meadville, Pa. 1858 

Carpenter, Charles C, Andover, Mass. 1860 
Carpenter, Chas. M.,Cambridgeport,Mas8. 104 

i Carpenter, H. 8., deceased. 
Jarpenter, Philo H., Worcester, Vt. 1870 

Carr, Edwin S., Stillman Valley, 111. 140 

Carr, J. Scott, St. Louis, Mo. 252 

Carr, William, Taftville, Ct. 110 

Carroll, Charles W., Cleveland, O. 302 



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Carroll, W. Irving, Dallas, Tex. 840 

Oarmthers, John B., Berlin Mills, N. H. 266 

CarmtherStWilUam, Holyoke, Mass. 1858 

Carson, J. William, Eaton, Colo. 1889 

Carter, Charles K., Lexinteton, Mass. 202 

Carter, Clark, Andover, Mans. 1868 

Carter, Elijah, Edgerton, Minn. 1881 

Carter, Fernando E., Mason City, lo. 1885 
Carter, Homer W., Beloit, Wis. 48, 1876 

Carter, Nathan F., Concord, N. H. 1867 

Carter, Robert E., Washington, Ct. 114 

Carter, Stephen B., Plainfleld, Ct. 1879 

Carter, Warner J., Ruscoe, N. Y. 288 

Carter, William C, I'owersvUle, G-a. 1893 

Cartledge, Henry, New Smyrna, Fla. 120 

Cary, Otis, A. 3. 0. F. M, 386 

Cary, William B., North Stonington, Ct. 110 

Case, Albert M., Monticello, lo. 1871 . 

Case, Aiden B., Pomona, Cal. 1881 

Case, Bert F., B. Oranby, Ct. 1894 
Case, Harlan P., Los Angeles, Cal. 52, 1871 

Case, Horatio M., Emmetsbarg, lo. 1871 

Cash, Bhjah, Los Angeles, Cal. 94 

Cate, George H.. W. Newton, Mass. 1879 

Cathcart, Samuel M., Chelsea, Mass. 196 
Caton,C.H.. 83d st. and Armour,Ch'go, 111. 1888 

Caverno, Charles, Lombard, 111. 1866 
*Chakiirian, Enoch E., Field's L'd*g,Cal. 10, 88 

Challlnor, C. John, Hazel Green, Wis. 364 

Chalmers, Andrew B., Saginaw, Mich. 232 

Chalmers, Thos., Port Huron, Mich. 282 

Chalmers, William I., Rlverhead, N. T. 288 

ChaYnberlain, Edward B., Sharon, Vt. 1856 

Chamberlain, H. W.. Chicago, III. 130 

Chamberlln, James A., Newark, N. J. 276 

Chamberlain, Jas. P., LaCrosse, Wis. 1866 
Chamberlain/W. B., Chicago, 111. 59, 1881 

Chamberlin, William L, Hudson, O. 1886 

Chambers, Alexander, Durand, Wis. 362 

Chambers, Chas. A., Dartford, Wis. 1898 

Chambers, George R.. Genesee, Wis. 364 

Chambers, William N., A, B.C. F. M, 385 

Champlin, Oliver P., Dwight, N. D. 296, 8 

Chancy, Nathan B., Cary ville, Fla. 1895 

Chandler, Edward H., Wellesley, Mass. 216 

Chandler, Everett 8., Amboy, 111. 126 
Chandler, Fred. D., N. Chichester, N. H. 266 

Chandler, John 8., A. B. C, F. M. 385 

Chandler, Joseph^., Owatonna, Minn. 244 

Chandler, Wateon H., Wheaton, 111. 1873 

Chaney, Lucien W., Dundas, Minn. 1852 

Channon, Irving M., A. B, C. F. M, 385 

Chapin, Charles H., Hancock, N. H. 268 

Chapin, Franklin M., A. B.C. F. M. 385 

Chapin, Franklin P., Hudson, N. H. 270 

Chapin, George E., S. Royalston, Mass. 1879 

Chapin, George F., Saxton's River, Vt. 348 

Chapin, Roswell, Litchfield, O. 306 

Chapin, Samuel W., Deer Isle, Me. 180 
Chapman, Edward M., Worcester. Mass. 218 

Chapman, Erwin S., Oakland^al. 1872 

Chapman, Jacob, Exeter, N.H. 1845 

Charlton, John W., Oberlin, O. 1878 
Chase, Andrew L., Eliot, Me. 180, 88 

Chase, Austin S., E. Hartford, Ct. 1876 
Chase, Carlos H., Big Spring, Wis. 360, 2, 4 

Chase, Charles E., Etna Mills, Cal. 11, 86 

Chase, Edward, Kennebunkport, Me. 1863 

Chase, Edward A., Lawrence, Mass. 202 

Chase, Ezra B., Lake City, Minn. 242 

Chase, Henry L., Minneapolis, Minn. 1864 

Chase, James B., Hull, lo. 154, 8 

Chase, Levi G., Concord, N. H. 1870 
Chase, Samuel B., Lansing, Mich. 10, 230 

Chatfield, George A., Lyons, Colo. 1895 

Cbeadle, Stephen H., San Juan, Cal. 94 

Cheeseman, T. W. C, Ashlnnd, Neb. 256 

Cheney, B. RoyaL Berlin Heights, O. 300 

Cheney, Russell L., Merrittville, Wis. 862 
*Cherington, F. B.. San Francisco, Cal. 92 



Chesebrough, Amos S., Saybrook, Ct. 1841 
Chevis, Ernest C, Staples, Minn. 246 

Chew, James, Thayer^o. 12, 260 

Chickering, Jno. W., Washington, D. C. 1860 
Child, Bernard V., Hart, Mich. 226 

Child, Eli A. [OrJ 1887 

Child, Frank S., Fairfield, Ct. 104 

Childers, Charles, Sumixlerfield, Ala. 1886 
Childress, John F., iStark, 111. 140 

Childs, Edward P., Harlan, lo. 164 

Childs, Jas. H., Northbridge, BCass. 208 

Childs, Lucas B., Seward, Ok. 814, 6 

ChUds, William, Kalkaska, Mich. 224, 8 

ChiUenden, Albert J., Mill Kiver, Mass. 1862 
Ctionte, Charles W., Kokomo, Ind. 144 

Choate, Washington, Greenwich, Ct. 68, 1876 
Christiansen, Nils C, New Haven, Ct. 1888 
Christie, George W., Amesbury, Mass. 190 
Christie, Thomas D., A. B. 0. F, M, 386 

Christopherson, Gustaf E., Princeton, 111. 1890 
Christy, Dennis H., Atlantic, Pa. 1896 

ChurchiU, J. Wesley, Andover, Mass. 66, 190 
Chute, Edward L.. Ware, Mass. 214 

Chutter," Frederick G., Littleton, N. H. 1887 
Chynoweth. John T., Sheboygan, Wis. 868 
Clafiin, Arthur H., Allegheny, Pa. 322 

Clafiin, George P., Dunlap, Kan. 1860 

Clafiin, John, Leslie, Mich. 228, 30 

Claiborne, Cyrus H., Schriever, La. 176 

Clancy, Judson V., W. Medford, Mass. 204 
Clancy, William P., Uilead, Ct. 106 

[Clapp, A. H., deceased. 
Olapp, Cephas F., Forest Grove, Or. 48, 1871 
Clapp, Dwight H., A. B: C. F. M. 385 

Clapp, T. Eaton, Manchester, N. H. 270 

Clark, Albert W., ^. i?. a F. M, 886 

Clark, Allen G., Cass Lake, Minn. 240 

Clarke, Almon T., Shelby, Ala. 84 

Clark, Asahel L , Kingston, R. I. 328 

Clark, Calvin M., HaverhUl, Mass. 200 

Clark, Charles, Ward Hill, Mass. 200 

Clark, Charles C^ Elizabeth, N. J. 276 

Clarke, Charles F., Whitneyville, Ct. 104 

Clarke, Charles P., West Newbury, Mass. 216 
Clark, Charles W., Georgia, Vt. 844 

Clark, Chester M., Marseilles, 111. 136 

Clark, Cyrus A., A, B. C. F. M, 386 

Clark, Daniel J., East Haven, Ct. 102 

Clark, Daniel W., S. Framingham, Mass. 1882 
Clark, De Witt S., Salem, Mass. 212 

Clark, Edson L., Hinsdale, Mass. 1859 

Clark, Edward L., Boston, Mass. 192 

Clark, Edward W., Westboro, Mass. 1860 

Clark, Francis E., Aubumcale, Mass. 1870 
Clark, Frank G., Plymouth, N. H. 272 

Clark, Ceorge L., Farmington, Ct. 104 

Clark, George V., Charleston, S. C. 320 

Clark, Isaac, Pf,^ Washington, D. C. 1861 

Clark, James B., Sidney, Wn. 11, 1884 

Clarke, James F., A. B. C. F» M, 386 

Clarke, Joseph B., Hanford, Cal. 1881 

Clark, J. B., Cong'l r'ms, 4th av., N.Y. 48, 1867 
Clark, J. U., 1058 Jackson, Chicago, 111. 1872 
Clark, Moulton N., Walworth, Wis. 370 

Clark, Orville C, Missoula, Mont. 266 

Clarke, Samuel W., Willington, Ct. 1874 

Clark, Solomon, Northampton, Mass. 1841 
Clark, Victor F., Livingston, Mont. 256 

Clarke, William B., Durham, Ct. 102 

Clark, William C, Georgia, Vt. 1891 

Clark, William D., Billmgs, Mont. 256 

Clark, William J., Hinsdale, LI. 1869 

Clarke, William P., A, B.C. If. M, 386 

Clayton, John B., Kirkwood, Mo. 1881 

Clayton, Thomas. Bingham ton, N. Y. 278 

Cleaves, Charles P., Standish, Me. 186 

Ciemmer, Ephraim B., Austinburg, O. 1888 
♦Cleveland, Henry C, Hyannis, Neb. 260 

Clifton, T., 151 Wash. St., Chicago, 111. 44, 1878 
Coate, Henry, Wauseon, O. 1874 



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Coate, Robert M., Erwin, 8. D. 382 

Cobb, BlUha G., Florence, MaM. 208 

Cobb, L. H., CoDK'l r'ms, 4tbav., N. Y.47» 1857 
Cobb, Wm. H., Newton Center. Mass 46, 1872 
Cobleigh, Elvira C, Walla Walla. Wn. 356, 8 
Cochlin, I)emas, Traverse Cltv, Mich. 234 
[Cocbran, Albert B., deceased. 
Cochran, Florenzo C, Lincoln, Neb. 1880 

Coddington, F. M., Laingsburg, Mich. 228, 36 
Cogswell. Jos. 8., Ashbnrnham, Mass. 1868 
Coit, Joshua, Winchester, Mass. 48, 1860 

Cokely, Benjamin F., Buda. 111. 126 

Colbnm, Eugene E., N. Reading, Mass. 208 
Colbum. Henry H., E. Brentwood, N. H. 266 
Colby, John, Fltzwilliam, N. H. 1855 

t Colby. John 8., deceased, ' 17 

^olcord, Daniel H.,^., Claremont, Cal. 1881 
Colcord, Samuel, 3 W. 81st St., N. Y. 1875 
Cole, H. Hammond, Weaverville, Cal. 88 

Cole, John A., Rockefeller, 111. 138 

Cole, Royal li., A. B. C.F. M. 385 

Cole, Samuel V^ Norton, Mass. 1889 

Cole, Thomas W., Ivanboe, 111. 134 

Coleman, Allen [Oa.] 1895 

Colman,Oen.W.,5473Lezingion,Ch*go,Ill.l863 
Coleman, William L., Portland. Or. 1847 

Collie, Joseph, Williams Bay, Wis. 370 

Collier, Christopher W., Grunge, Mass. 208 
[Collier, John L., deceased. 
Collier, Thomas J. , Norwalk, O. 308 

Collin, Quincy J., Fayetteville, N. Y. 1864 
Collins, Caleb C, Newark, N. J. 1890 

Collins, Elbert J., Chillicothe, 111. 180 

Collins, Josephus N., Kingfisher, Ok. 1874 
Collins, William H., Quincy, 111. 1890 

CoUom, Joseph B., Denver, Colo. 1889 

Colton, Alfred B., Hyde Park, Mass. 1884 

Colton, Willis 8.. Toledo, O. 300 

Colwell, Henry J.. Minneapolis, Minn. 1868 
Comfort, James W., Jeffersonvilie, Ind. 1878 
Comin, John, Des Moines, lo. 150 

Compton, Herbert E., Fessenden, N. D. 296, 8 
Comstock, DavllloW., Charlestown,W Va.l8dl 
Conard, William J., Park Rapids, Minn. 288 
Condit,H. J.,140N.nnlon st. , Chicago Jll. 10, 128 
Condon, Thomas, Ff., Eugene, Or. 1854 

Cone, James W., Powhatun, Kan. 164, 70 
Cone, Luther H., Springfield, Mass. 1855 

Congdon, Merritt J., No. Madison, Ct. 106 
Conkling, Benjamin D., Lyons, Kan. 1868 

Conley, Henry W., Bristol, Me. 180 

*ConIey, Isaiah B., West Woolwich, Me. 188 
Conner, James R., Athens, O. 300 

Connet, Alfred, Cliae J)k. 1861 

Conrad, Arcturus Z., Worcester, Mass. 218 
Conrud, Charles B., Quincy, 111. 1858 

Conrad, George A., Kingsley, lo. 1891 

Conrad, William C, Fitchburg, Mass. 198 

Conry, Henry W., Pond Creek, Ok. 316 

ConaUnt, Edward, Ipswich, Mass. 202 

Converse, Edward J., Columbus, O. 1898 

Converse, Wm. A. C, Lyme, N. H. 1887 

Cook, Jonathan B., N. Chelmsford, Mass. 1860 
Cook, Silas P., Pittsfield, Mass. 12, 44, 1869 
Cooke. William H., Sunol Glen, Cal. 48, 94 
Cookman, Isaac, Hennessey, Ok. 814 

Coolidge, Amos H., Worcester, Mass. 1857 
Oooledge, ChalmerH., W.Newbury, Mass. 216 
Coolidge, Charles E., Collinsville, Ct. 100 

Coolidge, Henry A., Hancock, N. H. 1892 

Cooley, H. George, Ogden, lo. 158 

Cooley, William F., Littleton, N. H. 270 

Coombe, Philip, Ban Francisco, Cal. 92 

Cooper, James, Colorado Springs, Colo. 1881 
Cooper, James W., New Britain, Ct. 108 

Cooper, John H., Santa Ana, Cal. 94 

Cooper, Samuel B., Boylston Center, Mass. 194 
Coplln, Alanson, Oakland, Cal. 1859 

Copping, Bernard, Acton, Mass. 190 

Corbin, Oliver L., Creede, Colo. 96 



Cordley, Richard, Lawrence, Kan. 168 

Corey, Bphraim M., Bellaire, Mich. 1872 

Comwell, Stanton A., Oberlin, O. 1890 

Corwln, Carl H., Calumet, Mich. 232 

Cor win, EU, 1066 Warren av., Ch'go, 111. 1851 
Cory, Isaac L., Waukesha, Wis. 11, 370 

Cote, Thomas G. A., Lowell, Mass. 204 

Cotton, Harry A., Park Rapids, Minn. 240, 44 
Couch, Charles H.. Dowagiao. Mich. 10, 224 
Coulter, Cyrenius N., Central Lake, Mich. 1867 
Countryman. Franklin, N. Branford, Ct. 108 
*Courter, John E., Rockcreek, O. 308 

C:ousins, Edgar M., Biddeford, Me. 10, 178 
Covell, Arthur J., Lynn, Mass. 10, 204 

Cowan, John, Southampton, Mass. 212 

Cowan, John W., Eldora, lo. 152 

Cowart, Henry J., Dupont, Ga. 1897 

Cox, Sydney H., Jersey City, N. J. 10, 278 
Cragin, Charles C., Rio Vista, Cal. 92 

Craig, Henry K., Falmouth, Mai>s. 1855 

Craig, Timothy C, Franconia, N . H. 268 

Cracq, Delbert W., Lyle, Minn. • 242 

Crane, Charles D., Machias. Me. 184 

Crane, Edward P. , Pelican Rapids, Minn. 1864 
Crane, Henry p., Central Village, Ct. 110 

Crane, John F., Maple City, Mich. 230, 4 

Crane, Kendrick il., Pinckney, Mich. 1874 
Crater. George W., Meckllng, 8. D. 834 

Crathem. C. F. Bill, Braintree, Mass. 194 

Cravath, Erastus M., iV., Nashville, Tenn. 1860 
Crawford, Chas. D., Little Compton, R.I. 828 
Crawford, Charles H., Baltimore, Md. 1876 
Crawford, John C, Boone, lo. 1888 

Crawford, Lyndon ^., A. B. C, F. M. 385 
Crawford, Oliver C, Ob€rlin, O. 1893 

Crawford, Sidney, Rutland, Mass. 210 

Crawford, William, Sparta, Wis. 868 

Credeford, Geo. H., Wells River, Vt. 10, 1, 346 
Creegan, C.C, Cons'l rms.,4th av.N.Y. 42, 1874 
Creeunan, Harlan, New Haven, Ct. 1889 

Cressey, Pemberton H., N. Conwav, N. H. 268 
Cressman, Abraham A., Crete, Neb. 264 

Cresaman, Edmund, Springfield, Neb. 262 
Crips« PhiUp M., Wolverine, Mich. 236 

Cristy, Albert B., Cleveland, O. 802 

Croft, Charles P., Weatf>gne, Ct. 1873 

Crofts, George W., Beatrice, Neb. 256 

Crofts, William D., Ohina, A»ia, 1894 

Croker, George H., Larchwood, lo. 156 

Croker, John, Lakeview, Id. 156 

Cromer, Jeremiah C, St. Louis, Mo. 252 

Crooks, Charles M., Colerain, Mass. 196 

Crosby, John F. [ Mass. ] 1892 

Crosby, Samuel B., Toledo. O. 812 

Cross, Allen B., Springfield, Mass. 21 2 

Cross, James F., Rosebud, S. D. 334 

Cross, Joseph w./W^orcester, Mass. 1884 

Crosa, Moses K., Waterloo, lo. 1842 

Cross, Roland 8., Winthrop, Minn. 248 

Cross, RoseUe T., York, Neb. 264 

Cross, WUliam H., Saratoga, Cal. 94 

Croswell,Micah 8.. Los Angeles, Cal. 1869 
Crouch, William 8., Maple HiUL Kan. 168, 170 
Crowder, Francis J., Coloma, Wis. 1860 

Crowell, Preston R., Phillipston, Maas. 210 
Crowell, Zenas, Kingston, Mass. 202 

Crowl, Theodore, Sterling. 111. 140 

♦Crowson, William B., Clear Creek, Ala. 80 
Crum, John H., Kansas City, Mo. 250 

Cruzan, John A., Hilo, H. I. 1871 

CuUens, Archibald, Steuben, Me. 10, 188 

Culp, David W., Tampa, Fla. 1879 

Culpepper, Lewis P., Barber, Ala. 1857 

Culver, Franklin J., Pasadena, Cal. 1890 

Culver, WiUiam C, Lightwood, Ala. 80 

Cumbus, George W., ODlumbus, Ga. 122 

Cumbus, John R., Dekota, Ga. 122 

Cnmmlngs, George H., Thompson, Ct. 112 
Cummings, Henry, Strafford, Vt. 848 

Cnmings, John M., Sheldon, lo. 1877 



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Ounningham, John, West Groton, N. Y. 200 
Cunningham, William B., Niagara, N. D. 1887 
Cnrran, Edward, Astoria, Or. 818 

Currier, Albert H., Oberlin, O. 73, 1862 

Curry, David, Whittaker^ Mich. 1889 

Curry, Erastus B., Chrleiy, Mo. 1866 

Curtis, Asher W., Kalelgh, N. C. 1868 

Curtis, Charles B., Beloit, Ala. 80 

Curtis, Edward D., Indianapolis, Ind. 48,1883 
Curtis, Edward L., New Haven, Ct. 65, 1883 
Curtis, Ethan, Syracuse, N. Y. 48, 1868 

Curtiss, George, Mayville, N. D. 298 

Curtis, Gilbert A.. Eillingworth, Ct. 106 

Curtis, John 8., Hopkinton, N. H. 10, 270 

Curtis. Lucius, Hartford, Ct. 1846 

Curtiss, S.I.,45 Warren av.,Chlcago, III. 69, 1874 
Curtis, Wulter W.,We8t Btockbridge,Mas8. 216 
Curtis, William C, Brownville, Me. 180 

Curtis, William L.. A. B. O. F. M. 385 

Curtis, WiUiam W., A. B. 0. F.M. 385 

Cushing, Edwin B., iy., Yankton, S. D. 1896 
Cushmao, Charles E., Kansas City, Kan. 166 
Cushman, John P., Castine, Me. 180 

Cutler, Calvin, Aubumdale, Mass. 208 

Cutler, Charles, Talimadge, O. 1857 

Cutler, Charles H., Bangor, Me. 178 

(Cutler, Bbenezer, deceased, 18 

Cutler, Elijah, deceased, 18 

Cutler, Fred'k M., Armour, 8. D. 330 

Cutler, George B., Ware, Mass 1882 

Cutler, Temple, W. Gloucester, Mass. 198 
Cutler, Walter A., Sylvania, O. 310 

Cutter, Marshall M., Brookline, Mass. 1868 
Dada, Edwin P., Columbia City, Wn. 854 
Dahlgren, John A., Dover, N. J. 276 

Dains, Charles H., Toledo, O. 310 

Daley, Charles M., Huron, S. D. • 62, 1890 
Daly, James A., Rochester, N. Y. 1868 

Daily, John H., Washington, D. C. 117 

Dalton, John J., Valley City, N. D. 298 

Dalton, Martin L., Salamanca, N. Y. 288 

Damon, CvruB W.,Wauwat08a, Wis. 1892 
Dana, J. Jay, Housatonic, Mass. 1885 

Dana, Samuel H. J^uincy, 111. 138 

Danford, James W., Brownton, Minn. 288, 46 
Danforth, James R., Westfield, N. J. 276 

Danforth, J. Romeyn, St. Albans, Vt. 348 

Danforth,W. E., 946 Garfield, Ch*go, 111.10, 130 
Daniels, Chas. H., Newton, Mass. 42, 1873 

Daniels, Henry M., DeLuz, Cal. 86 

Daniels, Joseph L., i^.. Olivet, Mich. 1876 
Danielson, Carl A., Pawtucket, R. I. 828 

tDanielson, Joseph, deceased, 18 

>ark, Fred. E., Friendship. N. Y. 282 

Darling, George, Cambridge, Mass. 1850 

DarUng, Mare W. JSioux City, lo. 160 

Darling, Thomas W., Wentworth, N. H. 274 
Darnell, Ellas, Dawsonville, Ga. 1878 

Darrah, John M., Springfield, lU. 1894 

Dascomb, Harry N., Imlay City, Mloh. 228 
Davenport, John G., Waterbury, Ct. 114 

Davenport, Merrlam B., N. Troy, Vt. 850 

Davidson, James A., Ripon, Wis. 1895 

Davidson, John N., Two Rivers, Wis. 370 
Davidson, William E., Delavan, Wis. 370 
Davidson, William W., Mianus, Ct. 104 

Davie, Chas. N., Cranberry Isles, Me. 10, 1898 
*Davies, Arthur E., Storrs, Ct. 1893 

Davies, Daniel D., St. Louis Park, Minn. 244 
Davies, Daniel T., Shamokin, Pa. 1865 

Davies, David D., Dodgeville. Wis. 244, 862 
Davies, David E., Spokane. Wn. 1874 

Davies. D. J., 118 So. Halstead, Chicago, 111.184 
Davies, Edward, Waterville, N. Y. 1853 

Davies, Henry, Bangor, Wis. 860, 2 

Davies, Henry, Storrs, Ct. 106 

Davies, Howell, Sharon, Wis. 868 

Davies, Jamos, Planklnton, 8. D. 334 

Davies, John, Johnstown, Fa. 822 

Davies, John B., Youngstown, O. 812 



Davies, John D., Waukesha, Wis. 870 

Davies, John F., Wales, O. 806, 10 

Davies, John F.» Springfield, 111. 140 

Davies, John L., Akron, O. 300 

Davies, J. Parrv, Pittsburg, Pa. 1884 

Davies, Richard R., Vergennes, Vt. 1875 

Davies, Roderick, Parsons, Pa. 334 

Davies, Theophilus. Plains, Pa. 324 

Davies, Thomas D. [ Vt.] 1892 

Davies, Thomas E., New Haven. Ct. 1866 

Davies, Thomas M., Deering, Me. 180 

Davies, Thomas T., Sandv Creek, N.Y. 286, 8 
Davies, Thomas V., Beecher, 111. 126, 32 

Davies, William, Spokane, Wn. 858 

Davies, William A., Dodge, Neb. 258, 60 

Davies, William C, Minersville, Pa. 322 

Davies, William M.. Slatington, Pa. 826 

*Davis, Albert A., Lakeland, Minn. 288, 42 
Davis, Albert !> Wakefield, Mass. 214 

Davis, Charles H., Han Bernardino, Cal. 1877 
Davis, David L., Bdwardsdale, Pa. 826 

Davis, Ernest C, Plympton, Mass. 210 

Davis, Francis W., A. B. C. F, M. 885 

tDaviSfFrank W., deceased. 
>avis, Frederick L., Acushnet, Mass. 206, 1898 
Davis, Jerome D., A. B. O. F. M. 885 

Davis, Joseph W., W. Willlamsfield, O. 812 
Davis, Lemuel [Colo.] 1897 

Davis, Oscar F. , Nellgh, Neb . 1895 

Davis, Ozora S., Springfield, Vt. 848 

Davis, Perlev B., Dorchester, Mass. 194 

t Davis, R. Henry, deceased. 
>avis. Smith C, Chicago, Mont Clare, Hi. 1887 
Davis, William, Denver, Colo. 1892 

Davis, William H., Newton, Mass. 208 

Davis, William V. W., Pittsfield, Mass. 210 

t Davison, Charles, deceased, 18 

>avison, Joseph B., Milwaukee, Wis. 1866 
Davisson, Augustus, Herndon, Va. 1888 

Davy, James J., Hope, N. D. 298 

Dawson, John B., EssezvlUe, Mich. 1860 

Dawson, William, Blaine, Wn. 10, 864 

Day,C.O., 14 Beacon, Boston.Mass. 11, 44, 1877 
Day. Edward, Springfield, Mass. 1880 

Day, Ernest E.,Koodhouse, 111. 140 

Day, George E., New Haven, Ct. 66, 1840 
Day, Hiram, Glencoe, 111. 1844 

Day, Philemon R., W. Hartford, Ct. 1864 

Day, Rodney C. , De Kalb, N. Y. 1872 

Day, S. MUIs, Honeoye, N. Y. 282 

Day, Warren F., Los Angeles, Cal. 88 

Day, William C, Rocklin, Cal. 88, 92 

Day, WilUam H., Aurora, III. 126 

Dazey, Jonathan O., Anna wan, 111. 126 

Deakin, Samuel, Cowles, Neb. 266 

[Dean, Amos N., deceased, 19 

Dean, Beqjamln A.,Colebrook, Ct. 102 

Dean, Edwin B., Clinton, lo. 150 

Dean, Frank W., Red Cloud, Neb. 10, 960, 2 
Dean, Frederic A., Cameron, Mo. 260 

Deane, James, Crown Point, N. Y. 1866 

Deane, John, Killingly. Ct. 106 

Dean, Martin G., Hutchinson, Ean. 1852 

Dean, William N. T., Orange, Mass. 1876 

DeBarritt, Alfred. Havana, Cuba, 1896 

De Bevoise, Gabriel H., Keene, N.H. 860 

Decker, Francis H., Westerly, R. I. 112 

Decker, Henry A., Constantine, Mich. 220 
De Claybrook, William E., Frankfort,Ey. 1876 
Decouz, John, Mattoon, 111. 1896 

De Forest, Heman P., Detroit, Mich. 224 

De Forest, John H., A, B. C. F, M, 886 

De Groff, Charles F., Letcher, B. D. 332, 4 
De Kay, George H., Norwalk, Cal. 90 

DeLong,David E.,658 E.63d St., Chicago,IIl. 180 
Delvin, Charles 8., Hersey, Mich. 220 

Delzell, Finis E., N. Lyme, Ct. 106 

^Demeritt, John P., Tamworth, N. H. 274 
Demlng. Vernon H. , Weathersfield,Vt.lO, 2, 850 
Demond, Abraham L., Montgomery, Ala. 82 



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[1899. 



Demorest, William L., Austin, III. 126 

DeMott, George C./West Winfleld, N. Y. 290 
DeMott, Jacob L., Warren, Me. 1884 

Denlo, Francis B., Bangor, Me. 56, 1881 

Dennis, Chas. W., Eraerald Grove, Wis. 362 
DenisoD, John H., Williamstown, Mass. 1870 
Dennison, Robert C, Janesvllle, Wis. 364 

iDennen, Stephen R., deceased, 19 

Denney^scar H., Cincinnati, O. 302 

Denney, Wilson, Charles City, lo. 150 

Dent, Thomas J., N. Yakima, Wn. 366 

De Pen, John, Bridgeport, Ct. 100 

I>epew, Amett W., Wayne, III. 142 

Depfer, Harry A., Moriah, N. Y. 284 

De Pay, Wellington, Grand Ledge, Mich. 236 
Derebey, Chrintakis A., Chicago, 111. 1888 
De Riemer, William E.,Wa8hington, D.C. 1867 
Derome, Jules A., Mapleton, Minn. 242 

Detling, William C, 8. Acton, Mass. 1897 

Dettmers, Carl A. ,584 N.Lea vltt, Ch'go, 111., 180 
Devitt, Theoph. S., Branford, Ct. 100 

Dewey, Harry P., Concord, N. H. 268 

Dewey, Willis C, A. B. C. F. JT. 885 

Dewhurst, Frederic B., Indianapolis, Ind. 144 
Dexter, Frank N., New London, Wis. 1885 
Dexter, Granville M., Little Shasta, Cal. 88 
Dexter, Morton, Boston, Mass. 1873 

Dibble, William L., McPherson, Kan. 168 
Dick, Jeremiah M., Hubbard, Or. 318. 20 

Dlckerman, George S., New Haven, Ct. 1868 
Dickerman,JosiabP.,Worthington, Minn. 248 
Dickerman, Lysander, SO^Wash. Ba.,N.Y. 1858 
Dickerson, Orson C, N. Aurora, ill. 136 

Dickey, Fred M., Irasburg, Vt. 846 

Dickey, Myron P., Milton, N. H. 272 

Dickinson, Charles A., Boston, Mass. 192 

Dickinson, C. H., Oanandalgua, N. Y. 280 
Dickinson, Chas.W.,Baiting Hollow, N.Y. 278 
Dickinson, Cornelius B., Windham, O. 312 
Dickinson, Ferd. W., Candor, N. Y. 280 

Dickinson, George L., Whatelv, Mass. 216 
Dickinson, Geo. R.,Andover, Mass. 1885 

Dickinson, Henry A., Huntington, Mass. 1868 
Dickinson, Samuel W., Zumbrota, Minn. 248 
Dickinson, Selden C, Mt. Vernon, O. 306 

Dickinson, Wm. B., Amherst, Mass. 1860 

Dickson, James P., San Francisco, Cal. 1875 
Dickson, John W., Flat Rock, Mich. 226, 80, 2 
Didriksen, David M., Millville, Mass. 1892 
*Dldriksen, Sevrin E., Hartford, Ct. 106 

Diffenbacher, Bei\j. F., Bagle, Neb. 258 

Dike, SamHel W., Aubumdale, Mass. 1869 
rpilley, Samuel, deceased, 19 

Dinsmore, Chas. A., S. Boston, Mass. 192 

^Dinsmore, John, Auburn, Me. 1852 

*Di8brow, Bdward D., W. Hanover, Mass. 200 
Diven, Clarence L. , Boston, Mass. 1883 

Dixon, BUitf W., Forest Grove, Or. 1876 

Dixon, Hiram H. , Whitewater, Wis. 1852 

Dixon, James J. A. T., Bunker Hill, Kan. 1856 
rpixon, Julian H., deceased, 19 

Dixon, Sarah A., Tyngsboro, Mass. 214 

Doane, Frank B., Cheney, Wn. 354 

Doane, John, Lincoln, Neb. 260, 2 

Doane, John W., Campton, Ky. 174 

Dobbs, James M., Gnest, Ala. 82, 84 

Dodd, Arthur C, National City, Cal. 10, 88, 90 
Dodd, Augustus R., Montour, Lo. 156 

Dodd, Leonard, Atkinson Depot, N. H. 272 
Dodd, Thomas B., Sale Creek, Tenn. 338 

Dodge, Austin, Burlington, Mass. 194 

Dodge, George S., Worcester, Mass. 218 

Dodge, George S., Woods HoU, Mass. 1892 
Dodge, John B., Worcester, Mass. 218 

Dodge, John W., Newburyport, Mass. 1860 
Dodge, Prescott D., Tallmadge, O. 310 

Dodge, Seward M.^Oakland, Cal. 18T8 

Doe, Franklin B., West Salem, Wis. 370 

Dole, Charles J , Castalia, O. 300 

Dole, James H., Ravenna, O. 1887 



Dole, Sylvester R., Bdinburg, O. 804 

DoUiff, Frank B., Jackson, Me. 12, 182 

Donaldson, David. Worthing, S. D. 1894 

Donaldson, John J., Paris. Tex. 340 

Donaldson, Levi J., Tavares, Fla. 18, 20 

Donnell, Albert, Slatersville, R. I. 328 

Donovan, David, Princeton, Minn. 246 

D'Ooge, Martin L., P/., Ann Arbor, Mich. 1878 
Dooley, John, Monterey, Mass. 206 

Doolittle, John B., W. Sulfield, Ct. 112 

Dorland. Chester P., Los Angeles, Cal. 90 
Dom, Wm. H., New Hampton, lo. 162, 8 

Dorward, James C, A. B. C. F. M, 385 

Doty, Micajab, Howard, S. D. 332 

Dougherty, Jas. G., Kansas City, Kan. 11, 1870 
Dougherty, M. Angelo, Cambridge, Mass. 1869 
Douglass, Clinton, Des Moines, lo. 150 

Douglass, Francis J., Olds, lo. 164, 8 

Douglass, H. Paul, Ames, lo. 148 

Douglas, Newell F., Independence, lo. 154 
Douglass, Solomon J., New Haven, Ct. 1868 
Douglass, Thomas, Brooklyn, N. Y. 1866 

Douglass, Truman O., Grinnell, lo. 48, 1868 
Doagla0s,Truman O., jr., Davenport, lo. 12, 160 
Dow, William W., Portsmouth, N. H. 1868 
Dowd, Quincy L., Winnetka, 111. 142 

Dowden, William H., Gill, Mass. 108 

Dowding, Henry W., Bdwardsdale, Pa. 322 

i Downer, Sawyer B., deceased, 19 

>owns, Allison O., Colo. Springs, Colo. 1878 
Downs, Charles A., Lebanon, N. H. 270 

Dowse, Bdmund, Sherborn, Masa. 212 

Doyle, Amos A., Colville, Wn. 364 

Drahms, August, San Quentin, Cal. 1878 

Drake, Charles W., New Haven, Ct. 1871 

Drake, Bills R., Denver, Colo. 96 

Drake, Frank B., Bagle Grove, lo. 152 

Drake, Ulysses S., Salem, Or. 1878 

Drawbridge, Robert W., Union, N. H. 274 
Dreisbach, Charles H., Springs, S. D. 832, 4 
Drennan, Manuel J., 126 W.70th St., N. Y. 1866 
Dresser, Amos, Julian, Neb. 1841 

Drew, Charles B., Farmington, Dl. 132 

Drew, Frank L., Tempo, Ariz. 1881 

Drew, James B. [Minn.] 1863 

Drew, Stephen F., Waterbury, Vt. 1858 

Drisco, Raymond C, Alfred, Me. * 178 

Drumm, John, Union City, Mich. 1897 

Dudley, Joseph F., Fargo, N. D. 296 

Dudley, Myron S., Boston, Mass. 1871 

Dudley, Willis B., Niagara Falls, N.Y. 286 
Duff, Bqlph J., St. Clair, Mich. 232 

Dugan, William R., Montague, Mass. 1880 
Durom, B. Alfred, Washington, D. C. 1891 
Dumm, William W., Denver, Colo. 96 

Dunaway, Willis J., New Site, Ala. 82 

Dunbar, Robert W., N. Chelm8ford,Ma8S. 194 
Duncan, Calvin W., Dexter, Minn. 240 

Dungan, George W., Otis, Colo. 96, 8 

Dunham, Dwight, Summerfield, Kan. 1874 

t Dunham, Moses B., deceased, 20 

)unbam, Warren N., Cheyenne, Wyo. 353 
Dunlap, George H., B. Concord, N. H. 268 
Dunlap, Samuel P., Maywood, 111. 186 

Dunn, Charles W., I^., Nashville, Tenn. 338 
Dunn, Simeon B., South Dartmouth,Ma8s. 196 
Dunnels, A. Frederic, Fitchburg, Mass. 198 
Dunning, Albert B., Boston, Mass. 1870 

Dunton, Abram L., Winthrop, lo. 150, 62 

Dnrant, Bdward, Newton, lo. 1892 

Dustan, George, Hartford, Ct. 1850 

IDutcher. Norman H., deceased, 20 

)utton, Charles H., Wilton, N. H. 274 

Dutton, Horace, Auburndale, Mass. 1868 

Dutton, John M:. , Newport, Vt. 846 

Dwight, Charles A. S., Closter, N. J. 276 

Dwight, Henry O., A. B. O. F, M. 885 

D wight, Melatiah B., Plainaeld, N. J. 1869 
Dwight, Timothy, New Ha^en, Ct. 65, 1861 
Dyas, Joseph P., Buffalo, Wyo. 1880 



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Dyckman, Sainp. B., Xeoabo Falls, Kan. 1S91 
Dyer, Almon jl. Sharon, Masg. 212 

Dyer, Edward O;, BharoD, Ct. 112 

Dyer, Xathan T., Ashburnham, Mass. 190 
Dyk, Jacob, Grand Rapids, &f ich. 10, 226 

Dymeas. CT. ,1084 N-FranVo aT.,Chl*go,I11.128 
Eakln, John A., Waseca, Minn. 248 

Barnes, Charles O., Becket Center, Mass. 100 
Earl, James, Granite Fails, Minn. 288, 40 

Earl, Theophilus R , San Dieso. Cal. 88, 02 
•Early, Alonzo, Bristolville, O. 10. 300 

Eamshaw, Albert F., Phillips, Me. 10, 186 
[East, William K., deceased, 20 

Bastlake, William J. [Mich. ] 1883 

Eastman, Adelbert L. [N. Y.] 1884 

Eastman, Andrew J., Chelsea, Vt. 342 

Eastman, Mrs. Annis F., Elmira, N. Y. 1890 
Eastman, Edward P., Danbury, N. H. 268 
Eastman, George P., Miilbary, Mass. 206 

Eastman, Lacios R., Framingham, Mass. 198 
Eastman, Morgan L., Royalton, Wis. 1840 
Eastman, Samuel E., Elmira, N. Y. 1875 

Eastman, William R., Albany, N.Y. 1862 

Eaton, C. H., 209 Chicago av..Chicago, 111. 1850 
Eaton, Edward D., iV., Beloit, Wis. 1876 
Eaton, James D., A. B. C. F. Af. 885 

Eaton, James F., Rochester, Wis. 368 

Eaton, Joseph M. R., Uedlands, Cal. 1846 

Eaton, Samael, Warner, N. U. 274 

Eaton, Samnel W., Roscoe, III. 140 

Eaton, Walter S., Revere, Mass. 210 

Eaves, George, Denver, Colo. 1884 

Eckel, Frank B., Julesburg, Colo. 06 

Eckles, John G., Porterville, Cal. .1858 

Eckman, James K., Osborne, Kan. 1869 

Edds, William T., Sidney, N. Y. 288 

Eddy, William D., S. Glens Falls. N. Y. 1890 
Edmands, T. Merrill, Mankato, Minn. 242 
Edmonds, Robert H., Mansfield, O. 306 

Edmands, John S., Chelsea, Mleb. 1884 

Edquist, Frederick, McKeesport, Pa. 1885 

fid9on, Henry K., P/., Grinnell, lo. 1881 

Edwards, George L., Colchester, Ct. 1869 

Edwards, Henry L., Northampton, Mass. 1857 
Edwards, John, Marietta, O. 806, 10 

Edwards, Jonathan, P/., Spokane, Wn. 356, 8 
Edwards, Nicholas T., Escondido, Cal. 88 
Edwards, Richard . Cable, 111. 182 

Edwards, Rosine M.. Spokane, Wn. 10, 356 
Edwards, Stephen, Tempe, Ariz. 1885 

Edwards, Thomas C, Kingston, Pa. 822 

Edwards, William, Abercrombie, N. D. 296 
Edwards, WUUam R., Granville, N. Y. 282, 846 
Eells, Myron, Union, Wn. 364, 6, 8 

Egeriand, Franz, Crete, Neb. 256 

Egerton, Thomas R., Tonica, 111. 136, 140 

Eggleston, Dewitt C, Sonnd Beach, Ct. 104 
Eggleston, Frank O., Claridon, O. 802 

Egleston, Nath. H., Boston, Mass. 1845 

Egleston, Wm. R., Westmoreland, Kan. 1826 
Bnnamini, Artemas, Santee Agency, Neb. 262 
Elderkln. John, Groton, Ct. 1872 

Eldred, John W., Meadville, Mo. 250 

Eldridge, Arthur F., Lowell, Vt. 346 

EUedge, William M., Overbrook, Kan. 170 
Elliot, Lester H., Waterbury, Vt. 1866 

Elliott, Stephen G., Springfield, Mo. 1864 

ElHott, William A ., Grand Ledge, Midi. 226 
Ellis, Fred. W., Topeka, Kan. 10, 1898 

Ellis, John, Wheaton, III. 1872 

Ellis, Morgan A., Coal Creek, Col. 96 

Ellis, Walter M., Elroy, Wis. 362 

Bllms, Louis, Newcastle, N. H. 1889 

Ellstrom, Carl G., Montclair, N. J. 276 

Ellsworth, Alfred A., Braintree, Mass. 194 
Ellsworth, Fred K.. Sandwich, Mass. 10, 212 
[Elser, Jacob W., deceased, 20 

Elwell, T. Robert, De Witt, lo. 10. 152 

Elwood, Willis P., A, B. O. F. M, 385 

Ely, Edward L., Rockford, lo. 160 



Ely. Robert E., Cambridgeport, Mass. 
Embleton, John S., Severy, Kan. 



1891 
186 
Embree, Jehu H., Grand Island, Neb. 1877 
Emerson, Forrest F. Providence, R. I. 1865 
Emerson, Fred C, Glen Ullin, N. D. 296 

Emerson, James C, PitUfleld, 111. 188 

Emerson, Joseph, iy., Beloit, Wis. 1860 

Emmerson, Nicholas, Osborne, Kan. 164, 8 
Emerson, Oliver P,. Honolulu, H. I. 385 

Emerson, Rufus W., Monson, Me. 1856 

Emerson, Stephen G., Pasadena, Cal. 92 

Emerson, Thomas A., Clinton, Ct. 102 

Emery, John C, Jersey City, N. J. 11, 1872 
Emery, Samael F., Rochester, N. Y. 1891 

Emery, Samael H., Taunton, Mass. 214 

Emmons, Abram 8., Pulaski, N. Y. 1878 

Emmons, H^nry V., Ktttery Point, Me. 182 
Empson, Geo. 0., Gladstone, Mich. 226 

Bmricb, Fred E., 8. Framinflrham, Mass. 198 
EngUsh, William F., Bast Windsor, Ct. 102 
*Bngstrom, Alfred P.,8pencer Brook, Minn.246 
Enlow, Charles E., Crystal Lake, 111. 182 

Enman, James E., Magnolia, Mass. 1895 

Epler, Percy H.. So. Boxton, Mass. 10, 189S 
Eppens, Edward H., Memphis, Mich. 10, 230 
Erickson, Andrew, Chicago, 111. 128 

Erickson, Fritz, Danbury, Ct. 102 

Ern-«t, Frederick W., Franconia, N. H. 1880 
Essig, Gottlelb, Sutton, Neb. 262, 4 

*Essig. WilliAm F.. Olive, Neb. 10, 264 

E>4tabrook,FrankJ., Vermontville, Mich.228, 84 
Estabrook, Frank P., Georget'n.Mass. 10, 1, 198 
Bstabrook,Wm. A., Wilmington, Vt. 344, 50 
Bsterborg, Joseph. Troy, Ida. 98 

Ethridge, Albert, Marseilles, III. 1857 

Eibridge, William, Glenroy, O. 804 

Evans, Comber W., Givin, lo. 154 

Evans, Daniel, Cambridse, Mass. 194 

Evans, Daniel A., Way land, O. 810 

Evans, D. A., 6346 Woodiawn. Chicago,I11.1891 
Evans, David E., Lewis, lo. 156 

Evans, David H., North Hampton, N. H. 272 
Evans, Edward, Camden, N.Y. 280 

Evans, Emory L., Gasport, N. Y. 1893 

Evans, Evan, Bridflreport, Ct. 100 

Evans, Frederick T.. Lansford, Pa. 322 

Evans, George S., Hudson, S. D. 332 

Evans, Griffith R., Joliet, 111. 1858 

Evans, Howell M.. Chicaifo, HI. ' 128 

Evans, James J.^inersvilie, Pa. 824 

Evans, John C, Kearney, Neb. 1867 

Evans, John C. C. fVt.] 1893 

Evans, J. Charles. Pecatonica, 111. 10, 138 

Evans, John E., Osseo, Wis. 866 

Evans, John G., Vandling, Pa. 326 

Evans, John L., Streator, III. 140 

Evans John M., Cleveland, O. 302 

Evans, Lewis D., Camden, Me. 180 

Evans, Robert T., Oshkosh, Wis. 1858 

Evans, Spencer E., Granby, Ct. 104 

Evans, Thomas, Racine, Wis. 368 

Evans, Thomas W., Columbus City, lo. 1846 
Evans, Thomas Z., Berlin, Wis. 360 

Evans, Walter A., Granville, HI. 134 

Evans, William J., Canal Dover, O. 1886 

Evans, William L., Plymouth, Pa. 824 

Evans, William R., Ellwood City, Pa. 1885 

tEveland, Samuel, deceased, 21 

Everest, Asa E., deceased. 
:verest, Charles H., E. Orange, N. J. 276 

Everett, John E., Kiowa, Kan. 168 

Eversz,M.E.,15d La Salle, Chicago, 111. 48, 1874 
Evert, Henry S., Chilton, Wis. 860 

Ewell, Edwin, Denmark, lo. 150 

Ewell, John L., jy., Washington, D. C. 1871 
Ewen, WilUam, Rupert, Vt. 848 

Swing, Charles E., ^ . J9. (7. F. M. 886 

Bwing, Edward C, Danvers, Mass. 196 

Swing, George H., A, B. C. F. M, 885 

Swing* William, Lansing, Mich. 52, 187 % 



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[1899. 



Ezcell. WUliam, Cambridge, N. Y. 280 • 

Fadama, Orlahatokeh, Troy, N. C. 203, 4 

Fairbanks, Arthur, New UaveD,Ct. 01,1806 
Fairbank, Edward, A, B. C. F. M. 385 

Fairbanks, Edward T.. St. Jobnsbnry.Vt. 848 
Fairbank8,Francis« J^ Koyalstdn, Mass. 210 
Fairbanks. George H., B. Cleveland, O. 1880 
Fairbanks^enry, St. Johnsbury, Vt. 1858 
Fairbank, Henry, A. B, O. F. M. 885 

Fairbank, John B., Oodfrey, III. 134, 6 

{Fairbank, Bamnel B., deceased, 21 

Falrchlld, George T., iV., Berea, Ky. 1870 
Fairehild, James H. , Ob«rlin, O. 68, 1841 

Fairfield, Edmund B., Mansfield, O. 800 

Fairfield, Frederick W.,Washlngton,D.C. 1871 
Fairfield, George D., Urbana, 111., 1889 

Fairfield, Miner W., YpsilanU, Mich. 1847 
Falrley, James A., Nutley, N. J. 270 

Fales, Blisha F., Philadelphia, Pa. 1875 

*Fflnkbanser, Charles K., Avon, Ct. 100 

Famam, Geo. B , Itbaca, Wis. 304. 

Famham, Roland A.. Munnsville, N. Y. 284 
Famworth, Arthur, Nebraska City, Neb. 200 
Famsworth, Wilson K.,A.B,C, F. M. 385 
Farquhar, Robert W., Portland, Or. 818 

Farrar, Henry, Gilead, Me. 1807 

Farren, Merritt A., Lyndon, Vt. 10, 840 

Farrill, Edgar T., Lebanon, N. H. 208, 70 

Farweil, Parris T., Wellesley Hills, Mass. 210 
{Fassett, John, deceased, 21 

Fate, Francis A., Taunton, Mass. 10, 214 

Fath, Jacob, Muscatine, lo. 158 

Faulk, Joseph, Arcadia, Ok. 310 

FavlUe, Henry, La Crosse, Wis. 304 

FaviUe, John, Peoria, 111. 11, 138 

Fawcett, Joseph, Surry, N. H. 1808 

Fawkes, Francis, Kalo, lo. 168 

Fay, Amasa C, Nelson, N. H. 270, 2 

Fay, Henry C, Bomerville, Mass. 1858 

Fay, Osmer W., 411 S. Oakley ,Chicago,Ill. 1807 
Fay, Presoott, Sazonville, Mass. 1860 

Fay, Rollin B., Sharon, Vt. 1883 

Fky, Solomon P., Dorchester, Mass. 1840 

Fay, Walcott, Nantucket, Mass. 200 

Fay, William B., A. B. C. F. M. 385 

*Fehlandt, August F., Creston, 111. 132 

Fellows, Charles B., Minneapolis, Minn. 1878 
Fellowes, Edward C, Derby, Ct. 102 

Fellows, Franklin B.^orwich, Ct. 1868 

Fellows, Silenus H., Wauregan, Ct. 110 

Felt, Jesse B., Pulaski, N. Y. 288 

Fenanga, Melmon J., Ashland, Wis. 1807 

Fenn, Charles H., Leavenworth, £an. 108 

Fenn, William H.^Portland, Me. 180 

Fenner, James W., Port Leyden, N. Y. 280 
Ferguson, AristkJes T., Troy, N. Y. 1887 

Ferguson, Frank P., Alexandria, Minn. 1808 
Ferguson, Frank L., iV. Claremont, Cal., 1885 
Ferguson, Wm. D., Fairport Harbor, O. 304, 8 
Femer, John W., Hampton, lo. 154 

Ferrier, Wm. W., San Francisco, Cal. 1802 
Ferrin, Allen C, Blandford, Mass. 102 

Ferris, Hiram J., Columbus, Wis. 302 

Ferris, Leonard Z., Bast Providence, R. I. 328 
Ferris, Walter L., Cherokee, lo. 150 

Ferris, W. Chester, W. Cornwall, Ct. 10, 102 
Ficke, Herman, Dubuque, lo. 152 

Field, Aaron W., New Marlboro, Mass. 1872 
Field, Alden P., Monrovia, Cal. 1801 

Field, Ariemas C, E. Arlington, Vt. 342 

Field, Floyd C, Dayton, O. 1880 

Field, Frederick A., Los Angeles, Cal. 00 

Field, George W., Bangor, Me. 1855 

Field, James P., Chilllcothe, Mo. 250 

Fifield, Chas. W., Altmar, N.Y. 278 

Fifleld, J.W., 1410 W. Monroe,Chicago, 111. 128 
Finger, Charles F., Davenport, lo. 150 

Fluster, Clarence, Grand Haven, Mich. 220 
Fischer, Herman 8., Wheaton, III. 1878 

Fish, Dana, Hubbardton, Vt. 1888 



Fish, Samuel B., Bawloy, Minn. 242 

Flshbum, M. H., Rlverhead, N. T . 286 

Fishburn, M. Ross, Washington, D. C. 117 
Fisher, Charles W., Mechanic Falls, Me. 184 
Fisher, George E., North Amherst, Mass. 1850 
Fisher, George P., New Haven, Ct. 05, 1854 
Fisher, Herman P., Crookston, Minn. 238 

Fisher, Jesse L., Rising City, Neb. 202 

Fisher, Jos. A., 252 Tomklns av.,B»lyn,N.Y. 278 
Fisher, Miles B., Adams, Mass. 1807 

Fisher, Oren D., E. Boston, Mass. 102 

Fisher, Sam'l V. S., Minneapolis, Minn. 48, 1874 
Fisher ,8ylvester,7215 Langley,Chicago, 111.1883 
Fisher, William B., Kansas City, Kan. 1880 
Fisher, William P., Brunswick, Me. 1873 

Fisk. Chas. L., Chicago, 111. . 10, 128 

Fisk, Daniel M., St. Louis, Mo. ^ 252 

Flske, Daniel T., Newburyport, Mass. 200 
Flske, Blisha S^ Montpelier, Vt. 1884 

Fisk, Franklin L., Elkader, lo. 152 

Fisk, F. W., 582 W. Adams, Ch*go, HI. 50, 1850 
Fluke, G. Walter, Huntington, Mass. 10, 202 
Flske, John B., Bonne Terre, Mo. 250 

Fisk, Perrin B., Greensboro, Vt. 844 

Fisk. Piiny B., Waitsfield, Vt. 1881 

Fisk, Pliny H., Edgerton, Minn. 240 

Fisk, Wilbur, Fre^rn, Minn. 240 

Fitch, Albert E., Rensselaer, N . Y. 288 

Fitch, Chas. N., Milbank, 8. D. 334 

Fitch, Franklin 8.. Buffalo, N. Y. .280 

Fitch, Lucius R., Mitchell, lo. 1880 

Fltu, James H., Newfields, N. H. 272 

Fitz, Arthur G., North Bridgton, Me. 180, 2 
Flagg, James W.,.Foxboro, Mass. 108 

Flags, Rufus C, iV., Ripon, Wis. 1872 

Flanders, Charies N., Portervllle, Cal. 1874 
FUwith. Frederick [Oal.] 1885 

Fleming, Moses G., Teagle. Ga. 122, 4 

Fletcher, June B., Hagan, Ga. 122 

Fletcher, Rufus W., Latona, Wn. 187& 

Flint, Elbert B., Neosho, Mo. 250 

Flint, George H., Boston, Mass. 1895 

Flint, Irving A., Falmouth, Me. 182 

Flint, Joseph R. [ N . Y. ] 1870 

Flint, William H., Clarksville, Mich. 222 

Flook, Jacob, Omaha, Neb. 202 

Floren, E. A., Joliet, 111. 134 

Fobes, J. Warner, Peacedale, R. I. 828 

Fobes, William A., Worcester, Mass. 1856 
Fogelin, Olof P., New Sweden. Me. 184 

Fogg, Charles G., Post Mills, Vt. ' 350 

Folsom, Omar W., Bath, Me. 178 

Forbes, Chfirles A., Leadville, Colo. 00 

Forbes, Frank 8., Santa Barbara, Oal. 04 

Forbes, Samuel B., Hartford, CU 104 

*Forbes, Washington H., N. Carver, Mass. 104 
Forbufch, Wm. B., Charlestown, Mass. 10, 102 
Ford, Edward T., Harwichport, Mass. 200 
Ford, James T., Los Angeles, Cal. 48, 1857 
Ford, Robert, Campton, N. H. 200 

Forrester, James C, Hoschton, Ga. 122, 4 

Forsyth, J. Frank, Rutland, N. Y. 280 

Forsyth, William, Bucksport, Me. 180, 84 

Foss, Georse A., Stratham, N. H. 274 

Foster, Addison P., Aubumdale, Mass. 12, 1800 
Foster, Benjamin F., Lawrence, Kan. 108 

Foster, Davis, Winchendon, Mass. 218 

Foster, Festus, Robinson, Utah, 1883 

Foster, Frank,. St. Louis, Mo. 252 

Foster, Frank H., Oakland, Cal. ^ 57, 1877 
Fofter, George R., Jackson, Mich. 228, 30, 4 
Foster, Guy, Challis, Ida. 08 

Foster, Jesse D., Berkeley, Cal. 1874 

Foster, John, Cambridge, Neb. 1874 

Foster, Lauren M., Tehama, Cal. 1872 

Foster, Lucian M., Charles City, lo. 1800 

Foster, Richard B., Okarche, Ok. 1872 

Foust, Joseph D., Bloiintsvllle, Ala. 82, 4 

Fowle, James L., A. B. 0. F. M, 386 

Fowler, Olin L., Ortlng, Wn. 854, 0, 8 



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421 



Fowler, William C., Gen«Bee, Ida. 98 

Fox, Almon K., Denmark, lo. 1859 

Fox, Daulel F., 1294 Wilcox, Chicago, lU. 128 
Fox, Frank. Kansas City, Kan. 166 

[Fox, Jared W., deceased, 21 

Fox, John W.. Forrest, 111. 132, 4, 40 

Frame, Bzra E., Bunker Hill, 111. 126 

France, Parvln M., Hennepin, 111. 134 

France, Wm., Hiilsboro Center, X. H. 266, 70 
Francis, Cyrus W., Brookfield Center, Ct. 100 
Francis, STverett D., Ludlow, Mass. 204 

Frauds, George A., Toulon, 111. 140 

Franklin, August W., Buffalo, N. Y. 1884 

Frunkiin, John L., 742 7th ■it.,Buffalo,N.Y. 1882 
Fniry, Eugene M., Chaplin, Ct. 102, 14 

Frar> , Luden H., Pomona, Cal. 92 

Frasure, Chas. A., Westmoreland, N. Y. 290 
Frazee, Fenton E., Londonderry, Vt. 846 

Frazee, John H., iKnoxville, Tenn. 338 

Frazer, Charle* W., Key West. Fia. 118 

Eraser, David, #r., Rowley, Mass. 10, 2, 210 
Eraser. John G., Cleveland, O. 48, 1871 

Frazier, Francis, Naper, Neb. 330 

Frear, Walter, San Francisco, Cal. 42, 1855 
Fredenhagen, Ed. A., Uray*B Lake, 111. 134 
Freeland,8.M.,E.HarrlBon st.,8eattle, Wn. 1861 
Freeman, Geo. B.,Lynnfield Center, Mass. 204 
Freeman, Henry A., Holden, Me. 180, 82 

Freeman, Joseph A., Woodbury, Ct. 114 

Freeman, Maraton 8., Sheffield, 111. 140 

Freeze, Arthur 8., Lewiaton, Me. 1897 

Frencti, Charles L., Providence, 111. 138 

French, David E., Hampden, Me. 182 

French, Edgar B., W. Barnstable, Mass. 190 
French, Edward G., Johnson, Vt. 346 

French, George A., Brooksville, Me. 10, 180 
French, George H., Park Hill, N. H. 274 

French, Henry H., Maiden, Mass. 204 

French, Herman A., Lincoln, Neb. 1878 

French, John A., Flushing, N. T. 282 

French, Robert M.,Uadlyme,Cl. 10,102 

French, 8. Franklin, West Derry, N. H. 1864 
Frey, r. Arthur, University P'k, Colo. 11, 1891 
Frink, Benson M., W. Brookfield, Mass. 1862 
Frink, Lemuel T., Jackson, Mich. 1868 

Fripp, Edgar T. R., ^Chicago, 111. 1869 

Frisbie, Alvah L., Des Moines, lo. 150 

Fritch, Wilson 8., Attleboro. Mass. 190 

Fritzemeler, William, Peoria, 111. 138 

Frizzell, John W., Eau Claire, Wis. 862 

Frost, Mrs. Amelia A., Littleton, Mass. 202 
Frost, George B., Littleton, Mass. 1883 

Frost, Lewis C, Davison, Mich. 1895 

Frost, Merle A., Miles, lo. 10, 156 

Frost, Wlllard J., Harvey, 111. 134 

[Fryer, John P., deceased, 21 

Fuessle, Chas. A.,So. Mil wan kee, Wis .10, 2, 368 
Fuller, Americus, A. B. C. Fn M. 385 

Fuller, Augustus H., Kaston Center, Mast. 198 
*FuUer, Edgar R., Bakersfleld, Cal. 86 

Fuller, Frank A., Niantic, Ct. 102 

♦Fuller, G. P., Haddam Neck, Ct. ' 104 
Fuller, Homer T.. iV., Springfield, Mo. 1870 
Fuller, Jonathan K., Windsor, Vt. 360 

Fuller, Nathan E., Corning, N. Y. 280, 2 

Fuller, William R., Little River, Kan. 1857 
Fullerton, Bradford M., Brockton, Mass. 1868 
Fullerton, Edward G., Bridgeport, Ct. 100 
Fulton, 8. C, Denver, Colo. 1877 

Funk, Geo. N., Jennings, La. 174 

Furber, Daniel L., Newton Center, Mass. 208 
. Furbish, Edw. B., Spencerpon, N. Y. 288 

Furness,. George A., 8. Wardrtboro,Vt. 10,350 
Gadsby, George, Ceredo, W. Va. 3o2 

Gaines, Marshall R., /y., Austin, Tex. 340 
Gale, Clarence R., Boston, Maas. 1887 

[Gale, Edmund, deceased. 
Gale, Sullivan F., Jacksonville, Fla. 48, 1862 
Gales, Thomas P., Union, Me. 1897 

Gallagher, George W., Brainerd, Minn. 238 



Gallagher, Wm. J., 8. Braintree, Mass. 1874 
Galloway, Bmil R., (Oakland, Cal. 1893 

[Gallup, James A., deceased, 22 

Gambleton, Silas, Cherokee, Miss. 254 

Ganunell, Bereno D., N. Brookfield, Mass. 1868 
Gammon, Robert W., Big Rock, 111. 126 

Gane, William H., Peterboro, N. H. 272 

Ganley, William, 8. Woodbury, Vt. 350 

Gardner, Austin, Ashford, Ct. 100 

Gardner, Edward V., Grand Island, Neb. 1890 
Gardner, Nathan E., Arborviile, Neb. 266 

Gardner, Rufus P., Hampstead. N. H. . 258 
Garfield, Frank L., Feeding Hills, Mass. 190 
Garman, John H., North Orange, Mass. 1847 
Garner, Alexander C, Washington, D.C. 117 
GarreUon, Ferd. V. D., North Pownal,Vt. 348 
Garver, Leonard J., Hay wards, Cal. 88 

Garvie, James, Santee, Neb. 1891 

Garvin, Hugh C, Ridgeville, Ind. 146 

Gates, C. Frank, A. B. G. F. M. 385 

Gates, Charles H., Wilbraham, Maas. 1851 
Gates, George A., Pr., Grinnell, lo. 1882 

Gates, Hiram N., Medford, Mass. 1850 

Gates, Lonn 8., A, B. C F. JT. 385 

Gates, Matthew A., Dorset, Vt. 1858 

Gates, Owen H., Oberlin, O. 63, 1891 

Gay, Henry H., Groton, Mass. 1889 

Gay, William A., Terry ville, Ct. 110 

*Gay, William M , Pomona, Fla. 120 

G«ylord, Bber W., N. AmherPt, Mass. 190 
Gaylord, Franklin, 374 E. 177th, N. Y. 286 
Gaylord, Joseph F., Barre, Mass. 190 

Gaylord, Winfred R., Elgin, III. 132 

Gearhart, Charles D., Pierce, Neb. 262 

Geer, Curtis M., Lewiston, Me. 1890 

George, David M., Pittston, Pa. 324 

George, Edward A.. Willimantic, Ct. 114 

G«orge, Jesse C. Webster, lo. 152, 4, 62 

George, Robert A., Cleveland, O. 302 

Gerhardt, Otto, Des Moines, lo. 150 

Gerould, Samuel L., Hollis, N. H. 270 

Gerrie, Andrew W., W. Torrington, Ct. 112 
Gerrie. William A., Clintonville, Wis. 362 
Gerrish, George M., Thorndike, Mass. 208 
Gibson, Andrew, Boscawen, N. H. 266 

Gibson, Geo. T., FounUin Creek, 111. 1887 
Gibson, John, Washburn. Wis. 370 

Gibson, Nelson H., Aberfoil, Ala. 1893 

Giddings, Solomon P., Washington, D. C. 1842 
*aidman, Richard H., Preston, Ct. 110 

Gilbert, Ellas, Fort Yates, N. D. 1894 

Gilbert, George E., Fox Lake, Wis. 364 

Gllbert,Geo.H.,534W'8h»nBd.,Oh'go,I11.59,1886 
Gilbert, 8.. 167 Locust St., Chicago, lU. 1863 
Gilbert, William H., Hartford, Ct. 1846 

Gilchrist, Howard H.. Askalon, Kan. 1885 
Gill, Charles O.. Westmore, Vt. 350 

Gill. William, River Falls. Wis. 1863 

Gillett, Arthur L., Hartiord, Ct. 61, 1886 

Gillett, William R. [Ill.J 1886 

Gillette, Edwin C, New Marlboro, Mass. 10. 206 
Gilliam, John W., Rome, Ga. 124 

GUman, Burton 8., Gardner, Mass. 198 

Gilman, Edward W^Blble House, N. Y. 1849 
Oilman, George P., Waverly, Mass. 192 

Gilman, William L., Conifer, Colo. 1886 

Gilmore, George W., P/., Bangor, Me 56, 1886 
Gllmore, Wm. C, Valley Springs, 8. D. 336 
Gimbiett, Wm. H. , Hunkinson, N. D. 298 

Glpson, Jacob M., Tallassee, Ala. 84 

Giroux, Lewis F., Springfield, Mass. 1889 

Gist, William v\r., Osage, lo. 158 

Gladden, Washington, Columbus, O. 302 

GlasBon, Joseph, Gaylord, Mich. 1873 

Gleason, Avery K., Dunbarton, N. H. 268 

Gleason, Charles A., Shandon, O. 308 

Gleason, Charles H., Colebrook, N. H. 266 
Gleason, Charles N., Patcbogue, N. Y. 286 
Gleason, George L., Haverhill, Mass. 200 

Gleason, Herbert W., Minneapolis, Minn. 1887 



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. [1899. 



GleasoQ, John F., 8. Amherst, Maw. 190 

Goddard, Dwight, A. B. 0. F. M. 886 

Goddard, Henry M., B. Royalton, Vt. 1894 
Goddard, John C, Balitbury. Ct. 112 

Goff, Edward F., Riverside Ji^al. 92 

Goff , Edward N. , Bon A ir , Tenn . 338 

Golder, Arthur L., Ulndge, N. H. 272 

Goldamitb, Chaa. F., Lynn, Mass. 1879 

Gonzales, John B., Marlon, lo. 166 

Goodacre, James J., Berlin. Vt. 842 

Goodale, David W., Suffield, Ct. 112 

GoodeU, John H.. Pf,, Oakland, Cal. 67, 1874 
Goodenongh, Arthur, Winchester, Ct. 114 
Goodenongh, Giles F., SIsworth, Ct. 12, 112 
Goodenongh, Herbert D., ^. ^. (7. F. M. 386 
Goodbeart, Simon F., E. Fairaeld, Vt. 10, 344 
[Goodhue, Daniel, deceased, 22 

Goodhue, Henry A., Westminster, W. Vt. 860 
Goodrich, Charles L., Plainfield, N. J. 276 
Goodrich, Chauncey, A. B. C. F. M, 386 

Goodrich, Darius N.. Olivet, Mich. 1866 

Goodrich, John E., i^., Burlington. Vt. 1860 
Goodrich. Joseph A., Shelburne, Mass. 212 
[Goodrich, Lewis, deceased, 22 

Goodrich, Lincoln B., Marlboro, Mass. 204 
Goodsell, Dennis, Byron, Cal. 86 

Goodspetd, Frank L., Springfield, Mass. 812 
Goodwin, E.P.,364WasbVn Bd.,Chl'go,Ill. 128 
Goodwin, Frank J., Pawtucket, B. I. 328 

Goodwin, George K., Solon, Me. 186 

Goodwin, H. F.. Chicago, 111. 1891 

Goodwin, Samuel H., Provo City, Utah, 340 
Goodwin, Sherman, Orford, N. H. 10, 272 
Gordon, Charles B., Lyme, N. H. 270 

Gordon, George A., Boston, Mass. • 192 

Gordon, Robert, Addison, Mich. ^220 

Gordon, Robert F., Boston, Mass. 192 

Gordon, William, Scotia, Cal. 1870 

Gordon, A^'tlllam C, Chicago, 111. 1889 

Gorton, Phllo, Bdgewood, To. 162 

Goss. Winfield S., TaUadega, Ala. 1896 

Goudy, Arthur L., Lawrence, Kan. 170 

Gould, Edwin S.. Wovidenee, R. I. 1873 

[Gould, George H., deceased. 
Gould, Henry A., E. Minneapolis, Minn. 1868 
Gould, J. Sidney, Eureka, Kan. 166 

Gove, Joseph 8., 8. Dennis, Mass. 196 

Graedel, Gottfried, Riizville, Wn. 366 

Graff, Franklin L., Champaign, 111. 128 

G>af, John, Bethany, Or. 318 

Graf, John F , Ansonia, Ct. 100 

Graham, Curtis, Pacific st .Brooklyn, N.T.I 846 
Graham, John, Sheldon, Vt. 348 

Graham, J. I., Jefferson Pk., Chicago, 111. 128 
Graham, Moses A.. Woodbury. Ga. 1882 

Graham/VVTilliam H., The Rock, Ga. 122, 4 
Grange, WaUace S., Malta, III. 136 

Granger, Calvin, Bant Poultney, Vt. 1834 

Granger, Chas. B., Richmond Hill, N.T. 1805 
[Granger, John L., deceased, 22 

Grannis, Geo. H., Gros^dale, 111. 1876 

Grant, Bdwin B., Sharon, Vt. 10, 348 

Grant, Frederic L.,Northfield,Ct. 106 

Grant, Henry M., Charleston, S. O. 1863 

Grant, John B., Jenifer, Ala. 82 

Grant, John H., Meriden, Ct. 106 

Grant, Lathrop C. [Wis.] 1896 

[Graasie, Thomas G., deceased. 28 

Grauer,O.C., 203 Warren av. ,Cni'go,IU. 69, 1868 
Graves, Joseph S., Xilee, Mich. 1843 

Graves, Lueien C.. Gilmanton, N. H. 268 

Gray, David B., Portland, Or. 318 

Gray, Fred, Eirwin. Kan. 168 

Gray, Henry P., Prattville, Mich. 282 

Gray, John, Butte, Neb. 266 

Gray, Wm. D. B., Yankton, S. D. 1886 

Gray. William J., Waneka, Wis. 1888 

Greeley, Clarence D., Guy's Mills, Pa. 324 
Greeley, Frank N., Berkeley, Cal. 1877 

Greeley, Leslie C, Middleton, Mass. 10, 206 



Green, Chas. C, Williamsburg, Ev. 10, 
Green, Charles B_^Briar Hill, N. Y. 



284 
388 
208 



Greene, Chester W., Robblnr, Tenn. 
Greene, Daniel, Newton, Mass. 
Greene, Daniel Q..A.B.C. F. M. 
Green. F. D., 182 Macon st.,Brooklyn,N.Y.1888 
Greene, Frederick W.. Middletown, Ct. 106 
Greene, George E., Canova, S. D. 380 

Green, James B., Ridgway, 111. 1879 

Greene, John C, Oceanus, N. Y. 288 

Greene, John M., Lowell, Mass. 204 

Green, John M., 3808 Prairie, Chicago, Dl. 130 
Greene, Joseph E., J. B, 0. F. M. 386 

Green, Nelson, Detroit, Mich. 1868 

Greene, Richard G., Buffalo, N. Y. 62, 1866 
Greene, Samuel, Seattle, Wn. 1880 

Greene, Winthrop B., Pc mfret Cen., Ct. 110 
Greenlees, Charles A., Green Ridge, Mo. 1889 
Greenwood, Wm., Highland Park, 111. 1^74 
Greer, James, Provid< nee, R. L 328 

Gregg, James B., Colorado Spnngs, Colo. 96 
Gregg, William C, Center Point, lo. 1877 
Gregory, Herbert E , Spanawav, Wn. 866, 8 
Gregory, James C, Rinitham, Me. 178 

Gregory, Lewis, Lincoln, Neb. 11, 1868 

Grein, Albert L., Buffalo, N. Y. 10, 280 

Gridley, Albert L., Bowling Green, O. 308 
Grieb, Edmund, Seattle, Wn. 364, 8 

Grieshaber. Charles O., Island Pond,Vt. 342 
Griffin, Edward H., Baltimore, Md. 1868 

Griffin, Henry L., Bangor, Me. 178 . 

Griffin, John A., Cable, III. 126, 140 

IGriffin, John H.. deceased. 
Griffis, William E., Ithaca. N. Y. 282 

Griffiths, David R., Catasauqua, Pa. 1882 

Griffiths, Frederick W., Chagrin Falls, O. 300 
Griffiths, Griffith, Eureka, Cal. 88 

Griffiths, Griffith, Glen Ellyn, 111. 1868 

Griffiths, Henry, Neligh, Neb. 1878 

Griffith, Jno.T.,Farmersvllle 8t»n,N.Y. 282,8 
Griffiths, Joshua O., Wick, O. 310 

♦Griffiths, Thomas. Geneva, Neb. 12, 268 

Griffiths, Thomas M., Wheatlai d, Pa. 826 
•Griffith, William, Brimley, Mich. 220, 34 

Griffith, William A., Trempealeau, Wia. 870 
Griffiths, Wm. E., Perham', Minn. 244 

Griffith, William R., Emporia, Kan. 166 

Griggs, Leverett S., Terryville, Ct. 1864 

Grigsby, Arnold D., Cheboygan, Mich. 222 
Grimes, Frank J., Keene, N. H. 1876 

Grinnell, Eugene I., Ipswich, H. D. 882, 4 

Grinnell, O. S., Washington Heights, 111. 1879 
Grisbrook, Edward O., S. Deerfleld. Mass. 196 
Griswold, A. Linley, Orandville, Mich. 226 
Grob, Gottfried, Sherrill, lo. 162, 60 

Grosvenor, Edwin A., Amherst, Mass. 1872 
Grout, Lewis, West Brattleboro, Vt. 1846 
Grout, Samuel N., Franklin, Neb. 1860 

Grove, Jacob F., Wilton Junction, lo. 162 
Grover, Daniel R., Harvey, 111. 1886 

Grover, Nahuro W., Center Ossipee, N.H. 272 
Grover, Itlcbard B., Roslindale, Mass. 1881 
Grupe, Charles W., Albion, Pa. 322 

Grupe, Fred W., Farnam, Neb. 268 

[Guild, Charles L., deceased. 
Guild. Roy B., Woodstock, III. 12, 142 

(iulick, Edward L., Lawrenceville, N. J. 1889 
Gulick, Hervey, Charlotte, Vt. 342 

Gullck, John ^.,A.B. C. F. M. 386 

Gulick, Nelson J., Phoenix, N. Y. 286 

Gulick, Oramel H., A. B. C. F. M, 886 

Gulick, Sidney L., A. B, C. F. M. 886 

Gulick WilUam H.. A. B. C. F. M. 886 

Gunn, Elberry B., Jackson's Gap, Ala. 80, 2 
Gunner, Byron, Newport, R. I. 10, 828 

Gunsaulus, F. W.,2618 Prairie, Ch'go, HI. 1880 
Gumey, Mrs. Ella, Blmira, N . Y. 1894 

Gumey, Henry E., Elmira, N. Y. 282 

[Gnmey, John H., deceased, 28 

*Gustin, Byron F., Bethlehem, N. H. 10, 269 



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LIST or CONOREOATIONAL MINISTERS. 



423 



OutterBon, George H., Boston, Masi. 60, 1878 
Haarvig, John O , Allaton, Mast. 192 

Habbook, John D., Loh Angeles, Cal. 90 

Hack, Rollin T., Portland, Me 186 

Hadden, Archibald, Muskegon, Mich. 290 

Hadden, J. W., Spring Green,Wl8. 868, 70 
Hadden, Robert A., Minneapolis, Minn. 244 
Hadley, Willis A.. Southbrldge, Mass. 212 
Hadlock, Edwin H., Springfield, Mass. 212 
Haecker, M. 0., Jewell, lo. 164, 6 

Haff, Stephen, Bav Shore, N. Y. 1842 

Hageman, James C., Oxford. Mich. 230. 2 

Hager, Ohas. H.,A.^.O F.M. 385 

Hagae, William B.. So. Bridgton, Me. 180 
Haigh, Jeffrey G., Flint, Mich. 226 

Haines, George H., Charlotte, N. 0. v93 

Haines, Oliver S., W. Ferndale, Wn. 10, 358 
Haines, Thomas V., N. Hampton, N.H. 272 
Haire, William 0., Onaga, Kan. 168, 72 

Halbersleben, Henry C, Bxeter, Neb. 258 
Halbert. Charles T., Ellis, Kan. 166 

Hale, Edsoii D., Niles, Cal. 86, 90 

Hale, Harris G., Brook line, Mass. 194 

Hales, John J., Lamoille, III. 134 

Haley, Frank, Milton, X. H. 1863 

Hayley, John W. Lowell Mass. 1864 

Hall, Albert B., Manchester, N. H. 1880 

Hall, Alexander, Chester, Ct. 102 

*Hall, Archibald M., New Haven, Ot. 108 

Hall, Charles L., Fort Berthold, N. D. 296 
Hall, Elliott C, Jamestown, N. Y. 1866 

Hall, Fred E., St. Louis, Mo. 252 

Hall, G^rge A., Peabody, Mass. 208 

Hall, George E., Dover, N. H. 268 

Hall, George S., Howell's Depot, N. Y. 282 
Hall, Heman B., Oberlin, O. 1861 

Hall, Isaac H., New Orleans, La. 174 

Hall, James, Whitewater, Wis. 1848 

Hall, John C, Sutton, Mass. 214 

Hall, Lyman B., Pf , Oberlin, O. 1881 

Hall, Martin B., Mont Clare, Ch'go, III. 1871 
Hall, Ransom B., Gettysburg, S. D. 10, 332 
Hall, lUchard. St. Paul, Minn. 1850 

Hall, Russell T., New Britain, Ct. 108 

Hall, Samuel A., Boonesboro, lo. 186L 

Hallett, Horace F., Aver, Mass. 190 

Halliday, Joseph C., Orange City, Fla. 1865 
Hallock, Leavitt H., Minneapolis, Minn. 242 
Hallock, William A.. Jamestown, N. Y. 1860 
Hambleton, Ira G., New Decatur, Ala. 10, 82 
Hamilton, Ktenjamin F., Roxbury, Mass. 1865 
Hamilton, Charles S., Albany, Vt. 1872 

Hamilton, Gilbert M ., Auburn, N. Y. 1891 
Hamilton, Henry H., Lexington, Mass. 1872 
Hamilton, John A., Newton, Mass. 44, 1S61 
Hamilton, R. R., Arabi, Ga. 1897 

Hamilton, Washington P.,Ohildersburg,Ala.80 
Hamlin, Charles H., Easthampton, Mass. 198 
Hamlin, Cyrus, Touguloo, Miss. 1868 

Hamlin, Cyrus, Lexington, Mass. 1838 

Hammond, Charles L., Gilman, lo. 164, 8 

Hammond, Gideon, Brodhead, Wis. 360 

Hammond, Joseph, Canterbury, N. H. 266 
Hammond, William B., Rome, N. Y. 1844 
Hampton, William S., Silver Creek, Neb. 262 
Hanaford, Howard A., Keene, N. U. 11, 1874 
Hannaford, Wm. H., Athens. Mich. 220, 8 
HHUcock, Charles, Denmark, lo. 1861 

Hancock, George R., Oberlin, O. 1886 

Hand, La Roy S., Omaha, Neb. 262 

Handy, John C, Lansford, Pa. 324 

Hanford, S. I., Weeping Water, Neb. 264 

Hankmeyer, Nath'l W., Alva, Ok. 1891 

Hanks, Carlos H., Owosao, Mich. 232 

Banna, Charles W., Falls Village, Ct. 100 

Hanna. Thomas, Cottonwood Cal. 86 

Hannah, Wm. J., BIgtimber, Mont. 1895 

Hannum, Harry O., Southwick, Mass. 212 
Hanscom, Fred. L., Garner, lo. 162 

Hanscom, Geo. L., Rochester, N. Y. 288 



Harbridge, Clara L., Chester, Mich. 1893 

Harbridge, Edward H., Chester St'n, Mich. 222 
Harbutt, Charles. Presque Isle, Me. 186 

Harbutt, Robert G., Searsport, Me. 186 

Hardawav, Geo. W., Longwood, Fla. 118, 20 
Hardcastle, William, Cambridge, Neb. 256 
Harden. John, Macksville, Ind. 1879 

Hardendorf, Charles W., Madrid, N. Y. 284 
[Hardin, Robert, decoised. 
Harding, Charles, A. B. G. F. M. ' 386 

Harding, Henry F., East Machias, Me. 180 
Harding, Philip E. , N . Amherst, O. 300, 8 
Harding, William F., Orlaud, Ind. 144, 6 

Hardy, Daniel W., Billerica, Mass. 192 

Hardy, Edwin N., Quincy, Mass. 210 

Hardy, James W. , Sedgwick, Kan. 10, 170 
Hardy, Millard F., Townshend, Vt. 360 

Hardy, Owen E., W. Peabody, Mass. 210 

Hardy, Vitellus M., Randolph, Vt. 348 

Hardy, William P., S. Los Angeles, Cal. 90 
Uaresnape, William, Blue Rapids, Kan. 164 
Harger, Charles H., Littleton, Colo. 96 . 

Hargett, Henry L., Gate City, Ala. 10, 82 

Hargrave, John W., Baraboo, Wis. 360 

Harlow, Edwin A., So. Windham, Me. 1868 
Harlow, Reuben W., Park Rapids, Minn. 1861 
Harlow, RufliR K., Med way, Mass. 204 

Harlow, Samuel A., Worcester, Mass. 216 
Harmon, Elijah, Wilmington, Mass. 218 

Harmon, Fisk, Bennington, Vt. I860 

Harp, Cyrus D., Baltimore, Md. 176 

Harper, Aimer, Port Byron, 111. 134 

*Haiper, Cecil, Nantasket, Mass. 200 

Haiper, James P., Brattleboro, Vt. 1894 

Harper, Joel, Oklahoma, Ok. 314 

Harper, Richard H., Fruita, Colo. 96 

Harper, Thos. H., Newkirk, Ok. 814 

Uarrah, Charles C, Newton, lo. 158 

Harrington, Charles U., Waltham, Mass. 214 
Harrington, M. O., 709 E. 9th, K City, Mo. 1877 
Harris, Benjamin, CinciDuati, O. 302 

Harris, Mrs. Bertha J., Orient, lo. 168 

Harris, Charies E., Jr., Norton, Mass. 208 

Harris, Charles L., Meridian, Miss. 254 

Harris, Clarence J., Putney, Vt. 11, 848 

Harris, D. Fisk, Columbus, O. 804 

Harris, Edward A., Mukwonago, Wis. 866 
Harris, Everett G., Louisville, Ky. 174 

Harris, George, Andover, Mass. 55, 190 

Harris, George, Naperville, 111. 1883 

Harris, Henry, So. Lake Linden, Mich. 228 
Harris, Leonard W., Sherman Mills, Me. 1842 
Harris, Ransom 0., Dadeville, Ala. 1887 

Harris, Robert N., Mt. Carmel, Pa. 324 

Harris, Kupert W., Orient, lo. 162 

Harris, Samuel, New Haven, Ct. 65. 1841 

Harris, Sheldon A., Millbum, 111. 136 

Harris, Thomas J., Htnesburg, Vt. 346 

Harris, William, Cottage Grove, Or. 1896 

Harris, William, Warwick, Mass. 214 

Harris, William R., Taylor, Fla. 120 

Harrison, Charies S., York, Neb. 1869 

Harrison, Fosdlck B., Palmer, Mass. 208 

Harrison, H.B., 81 Ashl'd Boul.,Ch*go,Ill. 1892 
Harrison, James B., Oskaloosa, lo. 1868 

Harrison,James K.,8an Franciseo,Cal. 48, 1886 
Harrison, Marvin B., Scribner. Neb. 262 

Harrison, Samuel, Pittsfield, Mass. 210 

Hart, Burdett, Germantown, Pa. 1846 

Hart, Hastings H., Chicago, 111. 1881 

Hart, Henry E., Franklin, Ct. 104 

(Hart, lograham T., deceased, 10. 23 

Hart, William D.. Wilton, Ct. 108. 14 

Elartranft, Chester D., Hartford, Ot. 61, 1864 
Hartshorne, Joseph W., New Haven, Ct. 1878 
Hariaborne, Vaola J., Lakeville, Mass. 202, 10 
Hartsough, D. Maurice. Des Moines, lo. 1886 
HartwelT, Charles, A, B. G. F. M, 886 

Uartwell, Harry L., Cabot, Vt. 842 

Hartwell, Minot S. [Me.] 1880 



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[1899, 



Harvey, Edward H., Detroit, Mich. 1872 

Harvey, Jasper P., Colambia, Ct. 102 

^Harwell, Henry, Siloam SprlDge, Ark. 116 
Harwood, C. M. G., Fersrug Falls, BiiDO. 240 
Harwood, James H.. 8. Los Angeles, Oal. 1863 
Harwood, Thomas W., Garland, Me. 10, 182 
Haskell, Edward B., A, B. C. F. M. 885 

Haskell, Henry C^A.B.C. F. M. 386 

Haskell, John, Gray, Me. 1850 

Haskell, Wesley C. Rockford, 111. 140 

Haskell, William H., West Falmouth, Me. 182 
Haskett, Charles A., Cleveland, O. 302 

Haskln, S. C, 1401 Park, Chicago, 111. 128 

Haskins, Robert W., Reading, Mass. 1872 

Hassell, Richard, Latona, Wn. 1844 

Hasseli, Richard B., Everett, Wn. 10, 354, 6 
Hassold, Frederick. Philadelphia, N. Y. 286 
Hastings. Allen, OnUrio, ChI. 90 

Hatch, David P., Portland, Me. 48, 1886 

Hatch, Elias W., Bast Corinth, Vt. 344 

Hatch, Franklin 8., Monson, Mass. 206 

Hatch, Frederick A., Dallas, Tex 
Hatch, George B., Berkeley, Cal 



^ . - . 67, 86 

Hathaway, Warren,WashingtonvilIe,N. Y. 278 

^^ ~ ~ 184 

206 

1872 

52, 1892 

94 



*Hatt, Thomas B., E. Madison, Me. 

Haughton, Ralph J., Needham, Mass. 

Haughton, William, Viroqua, Wis. 

Hann, George C, Madison, Wis. 

Haven, Egbert D., Woodland, Cal. 

Havens, Chas. E., Newton Highl'ds, Mass. 208 



Hawes, Edward, Burlington, Vt. 342 

Hawks, John 8., Hennessey, Ok. 313 

Hawks, Theron H., Springfield, Mass. 1855 
Hawkes, Winfielde., Worcester, Mass. 1868 
Hawley, Calvin F., Garden, Mich. 226 

Hawley, Chester W., Amherst, Mass. 190 

Hawley, John A., W. Avon, Ct. 10, 100 

[Hawley, John P., deceased, 23 

Hawn, Robert G., Thorp, Wn. 1859 

Hayden, Frederick 8., Jacksonville, 111. 184 
Hayes, Francis L., Manitou, Colo. 
Hayes, James, Danville, 111. 
Hayes, John W. W., Harknens, Ala. 
Hayes, Stephen H., Boston, Mass. 
Hayes, Wm. H., N Guilford, Ct. 
Hayner, Augustus J., Shullsburfl:, Wis. 
Haynes, Artemas J., Chicago, Tl). 
Haynes, O. Stephen, Athens, Ga. 
Haynes, Charles 8., Lancaster, Mass. 
Haynes, Edward C, Chester, Mass. 
Haynes, William, Bellevue, 0. 
Hay ward, Chas. E., Jericho Center, Vt. 
Hayward, Silvanus, Globe Village, Mass. 1861 
Hazeltlne, Edwin A.. Miller's Place, N. Y. 284 
[Hazeltine, Henry M., deceased. 
[Hazen^ Allen, deceased. 
Hazen, Austin, Thomaston, Ct. 
Hazen, Azel W., Middletown, Ct. 
Hazen, Carleton, Rochester. Vt. 
Hazen, Frank W., Plttsfleld, Vt. 
Hazen, Henry A., Aubumdale, Mass. 
Hazen, Hervey C, A. B. G. F. M. 
Hazen, Timothy A.. Springfield, Mass. 
Hazen, William, Sherburne, Vt. 
Hazen, William 8., Northfleld, Vt. 
Headley, Ivory H. B., Ro>«lindaie, 
Heal, Edward G., Nanticoke, Pa. 
Heald, Josiah H., Nogales, Ariz. 
Heald, Katharine P., Nogales, Ariz. 
Healey, Frank D., Bertrand, Neb. 
Healey, 8. S., 1042 Mead st., Ch'go, IVL 
[Heath, Albert H., deceased. 
Heathcote, Arthur 8., Blue Hill, Neb. 10, 1898 
Heator, George W., Lamont, Mich. 1886 

Hebberd, Stephen S., LaUrut>8e, Wis. 1887 
Heberlein, Fred W., W.Superior, Wis. 10, 2, 370 
Heckendorn, Geo. M., Milwaukee, Wis. 1890 
Heckman, Samuel J., Watertown. N. Y. 290 
Hedberg, E. C, Providence, R. I. 328 

Hedges, William [N. Y.J 1879 



134. 40 
1877 
1844 
104 
368 
128 
122 
202 
196 
306 
346 



23 
112 
106 
348 
348 

1858 
8S5 

1858 
348 
346 

1877 

1894 
84 

1896 
256 
128 



Hsgner, Herman F., Chicago, III. 10, 128 

Hefflon, Geo. H., 'South west Harbor, Me. 188 
Heinzelman, H. W.. Michigan City, Ind. 146 
Hellier, Frank O., Sheridan, Wyo. 1892 

Helming, Oscar C, Atchison, Kan. 164 

Helms, Reuben B., 8omonauk, 111. 1884 

Helmuth, Jos. W., Ooonomowoc, Wis. 362. 6 
Helser, Joseph H., Perry, Me. 1888 

Hench, William R., Dundee. 111. 126 

Henderson, Arthur 8., Garnett, Kan. 166 

Henderson, George W., New Orleans, La. 176 
Henderson, John H., Peoria, 111. 1875 

Henderson, Thos. H., Saism, Or. 318 

Hendley, Harry B., Minneapolis, Minn. 10,240 
Hendrick, Webster L., Huntington, Mass. 202 
Hendry, Thomas, Los Angeles, Cal. 88 

Henn, Jacob, Chlcaso, III. 128 

*Henrick8on, John M., Orange, Mass. 208 

Henry, A. J.,16 Downing 8t.,Brook'n,N.Y. 278 
Henry, James A., Little River, Kan. 168 

Hensel, William A., Butte, Neb. 1896 

Henshaw, George, West Andover, O. 310 

Henshaw, Gordon E., L ttle Valley, N. Y. 284 
Henshaw, Thomas D., Blossburg, Pa. 322 

Herald, C. C, 430 Bainb'ge, Br'k'n, N.Y. 280 
Herbert, Eben, Hammond, La. 174 

Herbert, Joseph , Roy alton , Wis . 368 

Herbert, Lemuel G., Watervliet, Mich. 222, 86 
Hergent, Jacob, Walla Walla. Wn. 358 

Herman, Frederick W , Honeoye, N. Y. 1896 
Herman, J. Edward, Plainville, Ct. 189^ 

Herod, James A ., Abbeville, La. 174 

Herold, Joseph G.W.. Hiram, Me. 182, 6 

Herr, Horace D., Muscatine, lo. 158 

Herrick, David 8 , ^. ^. G, F. Af. 386 

Herrick, Edward E., Milton, Vt. 346 

Herrick, Edward P., Tampa, Fla. 118, 20 

Herrick, George F., A. B. G. F. M. ^%h 

Herrick, Henry M.. Carpentersville, III. 126 
Herrick, John R., Dundee, III. 1854 

Herrick, Malcom D., Orange City. Fla. 1858 
Herrick, Robert P., Micneapolis,Minn. 52, 1883 
Herrick, Samuel E., Boston, Mass. 192 

Herrick, William D., Amherst, Mass. 1860 
Herring, Hubert C, Omaha, Neb. 10, 262 

Herron, George D., Ff , Grinnell, lo. 1884 
Hersey, Charles F. , New Bedford, Mass. 1898 
Hershner, John L., Hood River, Or. 318 

Hertel, Arthur F., Carlinvllle, III. 134 

Hescock, Gns. B., Monson, Me. 11, 184 

Hess, Cari, Wilton, To. 1885 

Hess, Henry, Niobrara, Neb. 260 

Hetzler, Henry, Eureka. 8. D. 1874 

Hewitt, George R., Fitchburg, Mass. 1886 

Hewitt, Joseph G., Raymond, Wis. 10, 368 
Hewitt, John L., Appleton, Wis. 1870 

Hewlett, Bei^. F., Pomona, Cal. 86 

Heyward, James W., Clear Lake, lo. 160 

Hiatt, Casper W., Cleveland, O. 302 

Hibbard, Augustine G., Woodstock, Ct. 114 
Hilibard, Rufus P., Gloucester, Mass. 198 

Hickmott, John V , Mendon, Mich. 1850 

Hicks, Frank B., Genoa Jc, Wis. 138 

Hicks, George C., Ked Oak, lo. 1857 

Hicks, Henry R., Earlville, III. 1866 

Hicks, Iri R., St. Loufs, Mo. 1871 

Hicks, Lewis W., Hartford, Ct. 1874 

Hicks, Richard, Andover, Mass. 1867 

Hicks, William C, Steamboat Rock, lo. 162 
*Higginbotham,T. MatiBon,Newark,0. 10, 308 
Higgins, Lucius H., Hanover, Ct. 112 

Higgihs, Robert M., Grand Kapids. Mich. 226 
Higley, Henry M., Salamanca, N. Y. 1864 

Higley,Henry P.,2d 8t.,N. W.,Wash»n,D.C.1866 
Hildreth, Edward. Los Angeles. Cal. 1862 
Hlldreth, Homer W., Albany, Vt. 342 

Hilkerbaeumer, Richard, Princeton,Neb. 258. 62 
Hill, Calvin G., Milton, Mass. 1872 

Hill, Charles F.. Diamond, Ind. 144, 6 

Hill, Charles J., Stomngton, Ct. 1857 



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Hill, Charles W.. Honolulu, H. I. 386 

Hill, Dexter D., Downey, Cal. 1869 

Hill, Bben L., Kansas City, Kan. 1876 

Hill, BdwlA 8., Atlantic, lo. 148 

Hill, EmmettC. W., Kendrick, Ida. 1882 

Hill, George, Sullivan, O. 310 

Hill, George A., Lovejoy, Ga. 122 

Hill, George E., Indianapolis, Ind. 1851 

Hill, George W. C, Proctor, Vt. 11, 1895 

Hill, James L., Salem, Mass. 1875 

Hill, Jesse, Wakeman, O. 310 

Hill, T. Hughes, Aurora, 8. D. 10, 330 

Hill, Virgil B.. Waucoma. lo. 166, 62 

♦Hilliard, D. Lee, Hardwick, Vt. 344 

Hll'is, Newell D., Brooklyn, N. Y. 278 

Hillman, Alfred T., Concord, N. H. 48, 1882 
Hills, Aaron M., Oberlin, O. 1874 

Hills, William 8., Garfield. Kan. 166 

Hilton, Charles A., Randolph, Mass. 210 

miton, John V., Boulder, Colo. 1860 

Hilton, William H., Ohillicothe, Mo. 1884 

Hinckley, Mrs. Abbie R., Baraboo, Wis. 1890 
Hi ricks, Edward Y., Andover, Mass. 65, 190 
*Hindley, George, Elk River, Minn. 1875 

Hine, Sylvester, Hartford, Ct. 1848 

Hines, Frank B., Albion, 111. 1891 

Hines, Peter H., Geneva. Neb. 1890 

Hinman, George W., A, B. C. F. M. 10, 385 
Hinman, Herbert J., Genoa, Neb. 258 

Bird, John W., Bald wiiv^l lie, Mass. 214 

Hissey, Marion W., Ashtabula, O. 300 

Hitchcock, Abraham F., Suisun, Cal. 1864 
Hitchcock, A. W , Newburyport, Mass. 206 
Hitchcock,A.N.,153La Salle.Ch'go, 111. 42,1877 
Hitchcock, Charles E., Benson. Vt. 342 

HitchcockfLyman P., Schenectady, N.Y. 12, 288 
Hitchcock, Milan H.. Hubbardston, Mass. 202 
Hitchcock, Philo, Shiocton, Wis. 362, 8 

Bjerpe, Erik G., New Britain, Ct. 108 

Hjetland, John H., Williston, N. D. 298 

Hoadley, Horace G , Waterbury, Ct. 1888 

Hobart, Milo [Mo.] 1861 

Hobbs, Edwin, Canton, 111. 126 

Hobbs, William A., Warsaw, N. Y. 290 

Hodel, Abram, Scotland, S. D. 334 

Hodgdon, Frank W., Greenville, Mich. 226 
Hodgdon. Thomas M., W. Hartford, Ct. 114 
Hodges, A. C., Canaan Four Comer8,N.Y.280 
Hodgman, Edwin R, Townsend, Mass. 1849 
Hoffman, John H., New Haven, Vt. 346 

Hogan, B. M. , Park Oity , U . 10, 340 

Hogbin, Alfred C, Sabetha, Kan. 170 

Hoisington, Henry R., Coventry, Ct. 102 

fHolbrook, Amos, deceased. 
Hoibrook, David L., Fond du Lac, Wis. 362 
Holbrook, Fred C, Cleveland, O. 302 

Hoibrook. Ira A., Udall, Kan. 170 

Holbrook, John C, Stockton, Cal. 1842 

Holcombe. Gilbert T., Olivet, Mich. 1875 

Holden, Edwin K., Bridgeport, Ct. 100 

•Holden, Frederick A., Morris. Ct. 108 

Hollars, John A. [Ck)lo.] 1895 

Hollister, Frederick M., Danbury, Ct. 10, 102 
Holman, Edwin H. H., Elraa, lo. 152 

Holman, William H., Southport, Ct. 104 

Holmes, David E., Galva, III. 1862 

Holmes, Henry, Minneapolis, Minn. 244 

Holmes, Henry M., Frovincetown, Mass. 1866 
Holmes, Otis H., Cresco, lo. 150 

Holmes,Theodore J.,Portsmouth,N.H. 11, 1859 
Holmes, Thomas, Chelsea, Mich. 1844 

Holmes, William T., Providence, R.I. 328 
Holp, Lincoln A., Onarga, 111. 138 

*Holp, Philip E., 1052 Cass av., Chicago, 111. 130 
Holton, Charles S., Newbury, Mass. 206 

Holton, Edward P., A. B. U. F, Jf. 385 

Bolway, John, Maplewood, Mo. 1862 

Holway, John W., Retreat, Wis. 10, 362, 70 
Holway, Theodore T., Maplewood, Mo. 252 
Holyoke,W.E.,1170 Wash'n Bd.,Ch'go,Ill. 1861 



Hood, E. Lyman, 700 Park av , N. Y. City, 1886 
Hood, Edward C, Hingham, Mass. 1874 

Hood,Geo.A.,Cong'lHouse,Boston,Ms.47,1869 
Hooker, Edw'd P..iy., Marshfi'd,Mass. 11, 1861 
Hoover, Francis T., Rushvllle, N. Y. 288 

Hoover, Frank W., Denver, 111. 142 

Hopkins, Frederick E., Dubuque, lo. 152 
Hopkins, Harold L., Wardner, Ida. 10, 98 

Hopkins, Henry, Kansas City, Mo. 250 

Hopkins, W. Herman, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 286 
Hopkins, William H., Aurora, Neb. 256 

Hopiey, Samuel, Lee, Mass. 1855 

Hoppin, James M., Pf.t New Haven, Ct. 1850 
Horine, Stephen D., Ironton, Wis. 1890 

Home, Gideon, Meansville, Ga. 122, 4 

Home, John F., Clarinda, lo. 1882 

Home, John R., Jr , Berlin Mills. N. H. 1895 
Horner, John W., Aberdeen, S. D. 330 

Horr, Elijah, Maiden, Mass. 1867 

Horsey, Harold I., Ottawa^ Ont. 1896 

Hoskins, Emanuel, Pescadero, Cal. 92 

Houghton, Charles E. , Dana, Mass. 1876 

Houghton. John C, Mlddlebury, Vt. 1868 

Houffhton, Ross C, Chelsea, Mass. 196 

Houlding, Horace W., Tientsin, China, 1886 
House, Albert V., New Salem, Mass. 206 

House, Klwln L., Attleboro, Mass. 11, 1888 
House, J. Henrv, A. B. C. F, M. 385 

Houi'e, J. T., Kingfisher, Ok. 1890 

f House, William, deceased, 24 

Houston, Hiram, Dorchester, Mass. 1850 

Houston, Robert, Rapid River, Mich. 222, 32 
Houston, Warren H., Arcadia. Neb. 256 

[Hovenden, Robert, deceased. 
Howard, Charles E., Wescott, Neb. 262, 4 
Howard, B. Lee, Kansas City, Mo. 10, 260 
Howard, Henry C, JefFersonville, Vt. 342, 50 
Howard, Martin S., Wilbraham, Mass. 216 
Howard, William, N. Guilford, Ct. 1859 

Howe, George M., Lewiston, Me. 182 

Howe, Samuel H., Norwich, Ct. 110 

Howell, Edward. Columbia, S. C 320 

Howes, Albert W., Fltzwilliam, N. H. 10, 268 
Howie, David, Baundersville, Mass. 200 

Howland, Mrs.Bliz'h T., E.Randolph,N.Y. 284 
Howland, John, A. B. C. F. M. 385 

Howland, Samuel M., Allendale, Mich. 10, 220 
Ho>-em, Isak, Milwaukee, Wis. 366 

Hoyt, Charles E.. Mansfield, Pa. 1887 

Hoyt, Frederic V., Spokane, Wn. 358 

Hoyt, Henry N., Hyde Park, Mass. 10, 1. 202 
Hoyt, Hiram L., Grand View, Tenn. 1886 

Hoyt, James A., Emberton, Wis. 1868 

Hoyt, James H., New Canaan, Ct. 108 

Hoyt, James P., Cheshire, Ct. 102 

Hoyt, John L., Mazon, III. 136 

Hubbard, Charles L., West Bozford, Mass. 1868 
Hubbard, David B., Little River, Ct. 106 

Hubbard, George B., Plymouth, Wis. 1848 
Hubbard, George H., A.B.G. F. M. 385 

Hubbard, George H., Enfield, Mass. 194, 8 
Hubbai d, H orace L , Henrietta, N. Y. 282 
Hubbard, Thomas S., Htockbridge, Vt. 1839 
Hubbard, William B , Webster, 8. D. 10, 336 
Hubbell, Henry L., Lake Charles, La. 1861 
Hubbell, Fred. M., Belvidere, 111. 126 

Huckel, Oliver, Baltimore, Md 1890 

Hudson, Alfred S., Ayer, Mass. 200 

Hudson, Allan, Brockton, Mass. 194 

Hudson, Dorr A., Miller's Kails, Mass. 206 
Huelster, Anton. Detroit, Mich. 224 

Huelster, Edward W., De Kalb, 111. 132 

Huestis, Charles H., Doniphan, Neb. 258, 62. 64 
Huffman, William N., Huntington, Or. 1891 
Hughes, Evan P., Hillsboro, Or. 318 

Hughes, H. P., Oswego Falls, N. Y. 286 

Hughes, Henry R., Plainfield. N. Y. 286 

^Hughes, Lewis T., Pawlet, Vt. 346 

Hughes, Morien M., Rome, N. Y. 1884 

Hughes, Richard, Holland Patent, N. Y. 1891 



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Hughet, Richard C, iV., Tabor, lo. 1887 

HuKhea. Robert W., Beacon, lo. 148 

Halbert, Jay M., MiDDeapolln, M Ino. 244 

Hall, EHswortb L., Whitewater, Oolo. 98 
Hull, Geo. H.. Fairfield, Neb. 10. 258 

Hull, Irvine T.. Bprlnffileld, Mo. 187.0 

Hull, John H-tSanduBky, O. 806 

Hull, Lynutn, Wakefield, Kan. 172 

HuUlnger, Frank W., Allegan, Mich. 220 

Hume, Edward B., A. B. C, F. M, 385 

Hnme, Robert K.^A.B.C. F. M. 385 

Humfreys, John, Muskegon, Mich. 1890 

Hnmphrey, Robert, Mattapoiaett, Maaa. 204 

Humphrey, Simon J., Oak Park, 111. 1854 

Humphrey, William B., Havana, 111. 184 

*Humphrey8, Thoa. A., Cleveland, O. 302 

Hungerford, Edward, Burlington. Vt. 1»71 
Hunnewell, Frank S., Rending, Maaa. 10, 210 

Hunt, Charles R., Union, lo. 1884 

HQnt,EmerBon L. [Me.] 1894 

Hunt, Eugene F., Conway, Maaa. 196 

Hunt, Henry W., Port Chester, N. Y. 286 

Hunt, Theo. C, Greeley, Colo. 96 

Hunt, Ward I., Richmond, Mich. 222 

Hunt, William 8., Halt Lake City, Utah, 1890 

Hunter, Hamilton D., Calumet, Mich. 222 

{Hunting, Bruce 8., deceased, 24 

Huntington, Charles* A., Eureka, Cat. 1887 

Huntington, Charles W., Lowell, Mass. 204 
Huntington,George, iY., Northfield,Mi]m. 1864 

Huntington, Henry 8., Milton. Mass. 206 
Huntington,Jno.C., MinneapollB,Mlnn. 52, 1888 

Huntley, Abi T.. Port Byron, 111. 1892 
HuntIey,8anfordF.,Wessi*gt'n8p*ga,8.D. 330, 6 

Hurd, Alva A., 8pringwater, Or. 1872 

Hard, Edwin T., Gilmanton I. W., N. H. 268 

Hurd, Fayette, Springfield, Mo. 1863 

Hurlbut, John B., Worcester, Maas. 218 

Hurlbut, Wm. H., Bangor, Mich. 220 

Hurlburt, Wallace, Condon, Or. 818 
Hurleas, Parker, Summer Hill, HI. 126, 40 

Husted, John T. , Wyandotte, Mich. 226 

Hutchina, Henry L., New Haven, Ct. 1873 

Hutohtna, John, Litchfield, Ct. 106 

Hutchina, W. T., Indian Orchard, Maaa. 212 

Hutchinson, Henry H., So. Portland, Me. 1869 
Hutchinson, J. F. . CarsonviUe, Mich. 222, 32 

Hutchinson, W. P., N. Abington, Mass. 189^ 

Hutchinaon, Wm. A., Ward, Colo. 98 
Hutchinaon, Wm. E., /Y., Talladega, Ala. 1896 

Hyde, Albert M., Toledfo, O. 310 

Hyde, Charles L., Longmont. Colo. 98 

Hyde, Charles M.. A, B.C. F. Jf. 385 

Hyde, Frank B., Castleton, Vt. 842 

Hyde, Frederick 8.. Groton, Ct. 104 

Hyde, Harvey, Oil Oty, Pa. 1839 

Hyde, Henry, Somersworth, N. H. 274 

Hyde, Nathaniel A., Indianapolis, Ind. 144 

Hyde, William D., iV., Brunawick, Me. 1883 

Hyslop, James, Detroit, Mich. 224 

Ide, Alexis W., West Med way, Maas. 1859 

Ide, George H., Milwaukee, Wis. 366 

ride, Jacob, deceased, 24 

imes, Benjamin A., Normal, Ala. 1880 

Ingalls, Edmond C, Colchester, Ct. 102 
Ingersoll, Edward P., Brooklyn, N. Y. 10, 1863 

Ingersoil, Wm. H.. Brooklyn, N. Y. 278 
Ingham, J. Edward, Sherburne, Minn. 242 6 
Ingraham, A. M., Glencoe, 111. 10, 132 

lorns, Bei^jamln, Fertile, Minn. 240 

/Ireland, Ed wy 8., Dundee, Mich. 224 

Ireland, William F., Syracuse, N. Y. 290 

Irons, John, Keene Valley, N. Y. 284 

Irvine, Alexander F., New Haven, Ct. 108 

Irwin, Corydon 8., Plain City, O. 1874 

Irwin, John, Teller, Colo. 1879 

Isaacs, William J., Verdon, Neb. 264 

Isakson, Andrew J., Pittsburg, Pa. 324 

Isbam, Austin, Rozbury, Ct. 1839 

Ives, Henry 8., Francestown, N. H. 268 



Ivea, Joel 8., Stratford, Ct. 112 

Ivea, Joaeph B.. Paradlae, Cal. 90 

Jackman, Geo. W., Glen Bllvn, 111. 1880 

Jackson, Frank D., Omaha, Neb. 262 

Jackson, Gheorge A., Swampsoott, Mass. 1872 
Jackson, Jamea T. , M errimac , Mass. 3 874 

Jackson, John C, jr., Columbus, O. 302 

Tackaon, Joaeph F., Benzonia. Mich. 1885 

Jackson, Joaeph S., Lexington, Ky. 174 

*Jackaon, Preston B., Sprague, Wn. 358 

Jackson, Robert W., Brewton, Ala. . 80 

Jackson, Samuel N., Barre, Vt. 842 

Jackaon, Thomas C, Maynard, Maas. 204 

Jackson, W. Parkyn, E. Barre. Vt. 10, 342, 6 
Jacobs, Herbert H., Milwaukee, Wia. 10, 1898 
Jacoba, William J., Detroit. Mich. 224 

Jacobson, Carl M., Lowell. Mass. 10, 204 

Jacobus, Melancthon W., Hartford, Ct. 61, 1884 
Jaggar, Edwin L., Springfield, Mass. 1862 

James, Bartlett B., Charmian, Pa. 824 

James, D. Melancthon, Plvmouth, Mass. 210^ 
James, George W., Creighton, Neb. 256 

Jamea, Horace P., Colfax, Wn. 354 

Jamea, T. Illtyd, Palmyra. O. 302, 8 

Jamea, Wra.,96 Sterling PI., B'klyn, N.Y. 1865 
James, William H , Dundee, Mich. 1872 

Jameaon, Ephraim O., Boston, Mass. 1860 
Jamiaon, Henry W., Beresford, 8. D. 830, 4 
Jamison, Robert W., Sioux City, lo. 1881 

Janes, Elijah. Campbell, Cal. 1874 

Jasper, Gustavus A., Ferndale, Cal. 88- 

Jee. Gam, San Francisco, Cal. 1895 

Jefferies, John, Norfolk, Neb. 260 

Jefferson. Chas. E, 42 W. 7tb St., N.Y. 10, 1, 284 
Jeffery, Frank 'R.tA.BC.F.M. 385 

Jelinek, John, Braddock, Pa. 322 

Jellnek, Joaeph, Milwaukee, Wia. 366 

Jenkins, David, Milwaukee, Wia. 1876 

Jenkins, D. Lloyd, Los Angeles, Cal. 1868 
Jenkins, David T., Hiilsboro, N. D. 298 

Jenkins, Frank K., Atlanta, Ga. 11, 122 

Jenkins, James, Peely, Pa. » 326 

Jenkins, J. Alex., St. Paul, Minn. 246 

Jenkins, John J., Nanticoke, Pa 826 

Jenkins, Jonathan L., Portland, Me. 186 

Jenkins, Josiah H., Denver, Colo. 96 

Jenkins, Owen, Collinwood, O. 1876 

Jenkins, Thomaa, Madiaon, N. Y. 1858 

Jenkina. William M., Northfleld, Minn. 1865 
Jenkyna, Ebenezer H., Marlboro, Ct. 106 

Jenneas, George O., Charlton, Masa. 194 

Jenney, E. Winthrop, Huron, 8. D. 1872 

Jennings, Richard I >., Raleigh^ N. C. 294 

Jensen, Chas. J., Ogdensburg, Wis. 1893 

Jensen, Martin, Macksville, Ind. 10. 146 

Jemberg,R.A.,784 Wn Boul.Ch'go, 111.59, 1887 
Jeasee, Charles C, Morgan Park, 111. 136 

Jeaup, Henry G., ^., Hanover, N. H. 1854 
Jewell, George C, Lewis, lo. 166 

Jewett, Henry E., Berkeley, Cal. 1870 

Jewett, John E. B., Pepperell, Mass. 1851 
Job, Herbert K., Kent, Ct. 10, 1, 106 

Johansen, Bemt, Forest City, lo. 1872 

Johns, Beading B., Dudley, N. C. 298 

Johnson, Albion H., Hyde Park, Mass. 1864 

i Johnson, Alfred K.| deceased, 
ohnson, Ansel E., Antioch, Cal. 8<( 

Johnson, Augustus R., Spokane, Wn. 1887 
Johnson, Chas. C, Clarkson, N.Y. 284 

Johnson, Francis H., Andover, Mass. 1861 
Johnson, Frank A., New Miiford, Ct. 108 

Johnson, George H ., Lowell, Mass. 204 

♦Johnson, George W., Grovevllle, Me. 1882 
Johnson, Harry W. , New Ulm, Minn . 244 

Johnson, Henry T., Kutland, Ga. 122, 4 

Johnson, Hiram E., E. Providence, R. I. 1859 
Johnson, J. Adelstein, Montevideo, Minn. 244 
Johnson, James G. [111.] 1866 

Johnson, John A., Lynn, Mass. 204 

Johnson, John E., Campello, Mass. 194 



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Johnson, J. Wesley. St. Louis, Mo. 1859 

Johnson, Orrin H., Ironton, Mich. 1879 

Johnson, Samnel, New Haven, N. Y. 1855 

Johnson, Wilbur, Canterbury, Ct. 100 

Johnson, William, St. Louis, Mo. 252 

Johnson, William J., Lemars, lo. 1879 

Johnson, William L., Mobile, Ala. 82 
Johnson, William N.. Melville. N. D.IO, 296, 8 

Johnston, Frank B., Valley Junction, lo. 1893 

Johnston, Henry A., Wilmington, N. Y. 290 

Johnston, John B., Atkinson, 111. ISO 

Johnston, William, Newport, Ky. 10, 174 

Johnston, Wm. O., Orchard, Colo. 1892 
♦Jolly, Franklin P., Western Springs, 111. 186 

Jones, Abram, Williamsburg, lo. 162 

Jones, Albert N , Turner, Me. 1872 

Jones, Burton H., Hay Springs, Neb. 260 

Jones, Carl S., Chelsea, Mich. 222 

Jones, Charles A., Kane, Pa. 322 

Jones, Clinton M , Eastford, Ct. 1860 

Jones, Daniel I., Cincinnati, O. 1865 

Jones, David, Granville, O. 804, 8 

Jones, David, Scraoton, Pa. 826 

Jones, David B., BUington, Ct. 11, 102 

Jones, David I., Miner's Mills, Pa. 1884 

Jones, David P., Scranton, Pa. 820 

Jones, D. Todd. Arvonia, Kan. 164 

Jones, Edward I., Cincinnati. O. 302 

Jones, Franklin C, Norfolk, Mass. 196 

Jones, Fred. V., Reno, Nev. 265 
Jones, Oustavus W., Winchendon, Mass. 218 

Jones, Harvey, Pasadena, Cal. 1856 

Jones, Henry W., Claremont, Cal. 1866 

Jones, Homer, Derouen, La. 176 

Jones, Hugh, Neath, I'a. 824, 6 

Jones, Hugh W., Alcester, S. D. 332 

Jones, Idrys, Bruce, Wis. 1888 

Jones, Ira B., Lowell, Mich. 1879 

Jones, I. Twyson, Ebensburg, Pa. 822 

Jones, James A., Mcintosh, Oa. 124 
Jones, James A., 8. Norridgewock, Me. 184 

Jones, James T , Ebensburg, Pa. 322 

Jones, Jesse H., Halifax, Mass. 200 

i Jones, John, deceased, 24 

ones, John A., Plymouth, Neb. 258, 62 

Jones, John B., Lenox, O. 804, 

Jones, John D., Medical Lake, Wn. 856 

Jones, John B., Lake Crystal, Minn. 246 

Jones, John E., Dawson, N. D. 296, 8 

S Jones, John H., deceased, 26 

^ones, J. Lewis, Appleton, Minn., 238, 42 

Jones, J. Lincoln, Carrington, N. D. 290 

Jones, John O., Bound Brook, N. J. 276 

Jones, John P., A. B. G. F, M. 385 

Jones, Jonathan, Mazomanie, Wis. 1864 

Jones, Lemuel, Syracuse, N. Y. 1866 

Jones, Mason, Combs, Ey. 174 

Jones, Morgan P., Kent, O. 306 

Jones, Newton I., Dudley. Mass. 196 

Jones, Rees S., Scranton, Pa. 820 

Jones, Rhys G., Utica, N. Y. 280, 90 

Jones, Richard, Faulkton, S. D. 880, 4 

Jones, Richard M., Old Forge, Pa. 1889 

Jones, Richard M., Portland, Or. 1867 
Jones, Robert G., Lake Benton, Minn. 242, 8 

Jones, Samuel, Carroll, Neb. 250 

*Jones, 8. L., Winnsboro, S. C. 320 

Jones, T. Henry, Newcastle, Pa. 324 

Jones, Thomas R., Pittsburg, l>a. 824 

Jones, Thomas W., Philadelphia, Pa. 48, 1^66 

Jones, Timothy, Springwater, Wis. 1871 

Jones, Trevor C, Morenci, Mich. 280 

Jones, William, Plymouth, i'a. 824 

Jones, William C, Sharon, l*a. 10, 320 
Jones, Wm. H., 9222 Ont. av., Chicago, HL 130 

i Jones, William L., deceased, 

ones, William M., St. Louis, Mo. 250 

Jones, William O., Pittsburg, Pa. 824 
Jones, Winfield S., Hamptonville, Ala. 1894 

[Jones, Zachariah, deceased, 25 



Jordan, Israel, Saco, Me. 12, 1893 

Jordan, Josiah W., Macon. Ga. 124 

Jordan, William H., Frimfield, 111. 126 

-Jordan, William T., Trinidad, Colo. 98 

Jordan, William W., Clinton, Mass. 196 

Jorden, Frank F., Torrington, Ct. 1880 

Josephson, Hans F., Winona, Minn. 248 

Joyslin, William R., Cbarlemont, Mass. 194 
Judah, Solomon B., Wrights, Fla. 118 

Judd, Hubert O., Cooiville, O. 10, 800, 4, 6 
Judlesch, Frederick W., Davenport, lo. 1860 
Judson, George W., Winsted. Ct. 10, 114 

Julien, Matthew C, New Bedford, Mass. 206 
Junkins, George C, Wolcott, Vt. 850 

Kaley, John A., Vermillion, O. 310 

Kambour, Gabriel B., Templeton, Mass. 214 
Eantner, William C, Salem, Or. 320 

Easson, Frank H., Boston, Mass. 1879 

Kave, Alexander S., Waverly, III. 142 

Eebbe, David L., Springfield, Mass. 212 

[Eedzie, Adam S , dect'ased. 
Keedy, Edward E., Hadley, Mass. 200 

Keedy, John L., Lysander, N. Y. 284. 

Keeler, John W., Greene, N. Y. 282 

Keeler, Seneca M., Jeffersonvllie, Pa. 1868 
Eeeling, James H., Woodville, N. Y. 1898 
Keene, Allen A., Chicago, 111. 132 

Eeep, Blisha A., Walpole, N. H. 274 

Eellar, Lewis H. , Mil waukee , Wis. 860 

Eelley, Frederic I., Dracut, Mass. 10, 190 

Eelley. George W., East Deering, Me. 1872 
[Eelley, George W., deceased, 25 

♦Eelloirg, Bl^ah, Harpswell, Me. 182 

Kellogg, Fred. B., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 1890 
Eellogg, George N., Morrisvilie, Vt. 346 

Eellogg, H. Martin, Wilder, Vt. 344 

Eellogg, SylvanuA H., Los Angeles, Cal. 1857 
Eelsey, Edward D., Brooklyn, N. Y. 280 

Eelsey, Francis D., Toledo, O. ' 310 

Eelsey, Henry H., Hartford , Ct. 104 

Eelsey, Hiram E., Worcester, Mass. 1865 

Kelsey, William, Okarche, Ok. 313, 4, 6 

Eelsey, William 8., Boston, Mass. 192 

Eemp, George H., Rhinelander, Wis. 868 
Eendall, R. U., Weymouth Heights, Mass. 216 
Eendall, Sidney C, Long Beach, Cal. 88 

Eeneston, Lather M., Shelton, Ct. 106 

♦Eeniston, G«orge N., Loomis, Neb, 260, 2 
Eennady, Wyatt R , Manassas, Ga. 122 

Eennan, Albert L., RoUo, 111. 1891 

Eennedy, Richard H., iSan Mateo, Cal. 94 

i Kennedy, Samuel C, deceased, 25 

Eenney, Charles H., Bkonk. Ct. 114 

Eenngott, George F.. Lowell, Mass. 204 

Eenniston, William B.. Allen's Mill, Me. 182 
Eent, Charles F., Providence, R. I. 1894 

Eent, Bvarts, Victor, lo. 150, 02 

Eent, Laurance G., Emmettsburg, lo. 152 
Eent. Rob't J., 005 HanQpck,Brooklyn,N.Y.278 
Eent, Thomas, Mineral Point, Wis. 1805 

Eenyon, Fergus L., Albion, 111. ' 1804 

Eenyon, Frank B., Wauseon, O. 810 

Eephart, Wm. a, 668 B. 142d, N. Y. 10,286 
Eern, Andrew, Lansing. lo. 160 

Eenis, Herbert A., Rock Falls, 111. 134, 40 
Eerr, Joseph, Chenoa, III. 128 

Eerr, Milton R., Westville, Ct. 108 

Eersbaw, Charies H. [lo.J 1890 

Eershaw, John, Bound Brook, N. J. 270, 90 
Eershaw, William H., Morristown, N. J. 1871 
Eetcham, Henry, Westfield, N. J. 12, 1873 
EetUe, Joseph B., Greenfield HiU, Ct. 104 
Eettle, William F., Homer, N. Y. 282 

Eevan, James H., Rock Springs, Wyo. 352 
Eeyes, Russell M., Ludington, Mich. 1865 
Eeyser, Calvin, Goshen, Mass. 200 

Eidd, William D., Orovllle, Cal. 90 

Bidder, Alberoni, Eau Claire, Wis. 1848 

Bidder, Albert A.. W. Hartford, Ct. 1884 

Bidder, W. James, Norfolk, Neb. 1858 



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Kidder, Joslah, Brace, 8. D. 830 

t Kidder, John 8., deceased. 25 

bidder, Samuel T.. Ripon, Wis. 368 

Kternan, Thomas L., Port Byron, III. 138 

Kilbon, Charles W., A. B, C. F, M. 386 

Kilbon, John L., Newton Center, Mass. 1889 
Kilbourn, Henry J., Albarg Spring*, Vt. 842 
Kilbourn. Jaroen K., Pewaukee, Wis. 364, 6 
Kilbam. David [Ma^s 1 1884 

Kilbnrne, William, 8. Kaukauna, Wis. 362. 70 
Killen, John T., Formnn, N. 1 ». 296, 8 

Kimball, Edward P., Waterloo, To. 1852 

Kimball, George P , Pasadena, Cal. 1851 

Kimball. Harry W., Bkowhegan, Me. 12. 186 
Kimball, Henry 8., Troy, N. H. 1866 

Kimball, James E., Central, \la. 1883 

Kimball, Jere., W. Duluth, Minn. 240 

Kimball, John H., 8toughton, Wis. 10, 1898 
Kimball, Joseph, Hampton Falls, N. H. 274 
Kimball, Lnci^n C, Dummeriiton, Vt. 344 

KImberly. F. A., 8i'.clairville, N. Y. 288 

Kincaid, John, Rodman, N. Y. 288 

Kincaid, Wm^M.. Honolulu, H. I. 
Kindred, Georsre, Tolt, Wn. 858 

King, Charles W., Brooklyn. N. Y. 278 

King, Henry C, /Y., Oberlln, O. 1887 

King, Henry D., Kinsman, O. 1856 

King, James B.. Hopkinton, Mass. 202 

King, James 8., Waycrosse, Ga. 12i, 4 

Kins, John W., Eaton, Colo. 1888 

King, Samuel W., Brooklyn, N. Y. 1889 

King, Walter D., Cerenco, Mich. 222 

King. Willet D., Allison, To. 148 

Kingman, Henry, A. B. C. F. M. 385 

Kingsbury, Fred. L., A. B.C. F. M. 385 

Kingsbury, John D., Bradford, Mass. 200 

Kingsbury, Josiah W., Braintree. Mass. 1866 
Kingsbury, Lucius, Sioux Falls, 8. D. 1876 
Klnmouth, Albert B., Ledyard, Ct. 106 

Kinne, Thomas C, Montague, Mass. 1875 

Kinney, Henry N., Claremont, Cal. 86 

Kinzer, Addison D., Clinton, lo. 150 

Kipllnger, Orvllle L., Sandoval, 111. 10, 128, 40 
Kirby, Edward N.. Washington, D. C. 117 
Kirkland, L. A., McKeesport, Pa. 324 

Kirkpatrlck, John E., Alma, Kan. 164 

Klrkwood,Wm.A.,234Greene,Br'yn,N.Y.1893 
Kirtland, Chas. C, Sebastopol, Cal. 94 

Kitchel, CorneliuA L., New Haven, Ct. 1870 
Kittle«ion, Olaus, Junction City, Wis. 1877 
Klar. Philip, Naperville. III. 136 

Kline, Marlon A., Marseilles, III. 1896 

Klock, Edwin J^ Norwich, N. Y. 286 

Klopp, John J., Sranton, Neb. 260, 2 

Klose, Wm. H., Monona, lo. 156 

KloHS, Charles L , Webster Groves, Mo. 10, 252 
KloMS, Daniel, Tempe, Ariz. 84 

Knapp, Charles £., Gustavus, O. 304, 6 

Knapp, George V.,A.B. C. F. M. 385 

Knapp, George W., Ogalalla, Neb. 256, 60, 2 
Knapp, Sheppard, Southington, Ct. 112 

Knight, Edward H., Springfield, Mass. 1883 
Knight, Frederick T., Wollaston, Mass. 210 
Knight, Plutarch 8., Salem, Or. 1866 

Knight, Whitman H.. Kimeo, Kan. 1881 

Knight, William, Fall River, Mass. 198 

Knipe, Samuel, Alvord, lo. 10, 1898 

Knodell, James R., Oakland. Cal. 90 

Knopf, Frank E.. Michigan City, Ind. 146 

Knotter, James 8., W»ire, Mass. 214 

Knouue, William H., Deep River, Ct. 112 

[Knowles, David, deceased. 
Knowles, Matthew, Durand, Mich. 224 

Knowlton, Francis B., Athol, Mass. 1865 

Knowlton, Stephen, Danville, Vt. 344 

Knox, WiUiam J., Ithaca, N. Y. 1862 

Koch, Johannes, Portland, Or. 818, 20 

Koehne, J. B., 816 Madison st., Ch'go, III. 1886 
Kokjer, Jordan M., Springvlew. Neb. 262 

Kolmos, J. J., 2202 W. 24& pl.,Chicago, 111.130 



Krause, Frank C, Dover, Minn. 1896 

Krev, Martin, Pt. Louis, Mo. 252 

Kroim, Philip H., Candor, N. Y. 1890 

Krok, Philip H., Chicago, 111. 1868 

Kram, John P., Kingsville, O. 1889 

Kyle, James H., Aberdeen, B. D. 1884 

Kyle, Robert J., Brimfield, Mass. 194 

Kyte, Joseph, 6o. Braintree, Mass. 1862 

Labaree, John C, Saugus, Mass. 212 

Lackey, James M.. Bteilacoom, Wn. 358 

I .add, George E., Waterbary, Vt. 350 

Ladd, George T., Pf.^ New Haven, Ct. 1870 

Ladd, Henry M., Cleveland, O. 1875 

Ladd, William B., Port Byron, 111. . 1894 

Lade, James, Bdgartown, Mass. 198 

Laird. James H., Hinsdale, Mass. 202 

Lake, Lot, Youngstown, O. 304 

Lamb, Alonzo T., W. Wareham, Mass. 210 

Lamb, Samuel G., Highland. Cal. 88 

Lamb, William A., Los Angeles, Cal. 90 

Lambert, Avery E.. Thetford, Vt. 850 

Lambert, Charies E., Tacoma, Wn. 358 
Lamson, Charles M., Hartford, Ct. 42, 104 

Lancaster. E.G., Pf.^ Colo. Spring8,CoIo. 1889 
Landers, Wairen P., Somervllle, Mass. 12, 1891 

Lane, Bradford B., Maxwell, lo. 1869 

Lane, Calvin. Lowell, N. C. 294 

Lane, Charles F., Tipton, Ca\, 1878 

Lane, John W., North Hadley, Mass. 200 

Langdale, Thomas G., De Smet, 8. D. 330 

Langford, John C. New Lebanon, N. Y. 284 

Lanphear, NathM li.. Olivet, Mich. 1876 

Lanphear, Orpheus T., Beverly, Mass. 1849 

Lanphear, Walter E., Oberlln, O. 308 

Laporte. Charles R., Kansasvllle, Wis. 1896 

Larkin, J. Wallace, Harvard, Neb. 1897 

Larkiri, Ralph B. , Buena Vista, Colo. 96 

Larkin, William J., Tougaloo. Miss. 1891 

Larry, John H., Providence, R. I. 328 

Larson, Anton, Clintonville, Wis. 362 
I .arson, Carl J., Kewanee, 111. 12, 134 

Larson, Karl F., Wausa, Neb. 1872 

Latham, Ernest R., Orange Park, Fla. 120 

Lathe, Herbert W., Pasadena, Cal. 90 

Lathrop, Bdw*d A., Shrewsbury, Mass. 212 

Lathrop, Stanley E., Ashland, Wis. 1870 

Lathrop. William G., North Haven. Ct. 110 
•Lauderdale, G. W., Norris City, 111. 10, 1898 

Lavender, Robert F., Clay, lo. 160 

Lawrence, Geo.W., Ashland, Mass. 190 

Lawrence, Harry A , Copenhagen, N. Y. 280 

Lawrence, John A., Machiasport, Me. 184 

Lawrence, John 6., S. Norwalk, Ct. 1885 

Lawson, Francis, Guemeville, Cal. 88 

Lawson, Harvey M., Brooklyn, Ct. 102 

Lawson, W. Elsworth, City of Mexico ^ 1897 

Lawton, Robert, Willard, Me. 180 

Lay. CorUss W., Yankton, 8. D. 1890 

Lay field, Robert L., Kansas City, Mo. 1891 

Leach, Joseph A., Saxton's River, Vt. 344 

Leadingham, John, A. B. C F. M. 385 

Learned, D wight Vr.,A B.C. F. M. 386 
Leary, William A., Grafton, O. 300, 4 
Leavitt, Burke F., Melrose Highlands, Ms. 206 

I^avitt, George R., Belolt, Wis. 360 

Leavitt. Horace H.. Somervllle, Mass. 212 

Leavitt, William, Norfolk, Neb. 1868 

Le Bar, Wm. H., Wilcox. Neb. 1897 
Ledin, Charles J., Ishpeming, Mich. 12, 1895 

Lee, DorralL N. Dighton, Mass. 196 
Lee, Frank T., 877 Sawyer av., Chicago ,111.130 

Lee, George, Warsaw, Fla. 1895 

Lee, George H., Seattle, Wn. 358 

Lee, Lucius O., A. B. C. F. M. 386 

Lee, Phlneas B., Topeka, Kan. 170 

Lee, Samuel H., Springfield, Mass. 1862 

Lee, G. Stanley, ^orthampton, Mass. 1888 

Leeds, Samuel Penn., Hanover, N. H. 270 

*Leeper, Edward A., Dover, O 304 

Lees, John W., Westminster, Mass. 216 



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Leete, William W., New Haven, Ot. 108 

Le Grand, Otis G., Tohee, Ok. 1895 

Legler, Jacob, Fresno, Cal. 88 

Lehtinen, Franz, Aabtabala, O. 1889 

Leicbliter, Albert M.. Aurelia, lo. 1891 

Leland, Willis D., Lowell, MasB. 202 

Lemmon, Obarles H., Cleveland, O. 802 

Leonard, Aaron L., lona, N. J. 1841 

Leonard, Arthur E., Menasha, Wis. 366 

Leonard, Delavan L., Oberlln. O. 1863 

Leonard, Edwin, Melrose Highl'ds, Ms. 1852 
Leonard, Mrs. Ella F., Whitman, Mass. 1894 
Leonard, Seneca, West Mill Grove, O. 1868 
Leppart, David, New Gr'd Chain, 111. 126, 36, 8 
Leslie, William W., Richfield, O. 308 

•Leufstedt, G. W., E. Orange, N. J. 276 

Leverton, Obarles H., Tremont, Me. 1887 

Levick, Stephen, Wichita, Kan. 164 

Lewis, Alex., Worcester, Mass. 218 

Lewis, Daniel M., West Pullman, III. 11, 130 
Lewis, David M., Blockton, Ala. 80 

Lewis, Edwin J., Bhabbona, 111. 140 

Lewis, Everett E., Haddam, Ct. 104 

Lewis, Franklin C, Oastana, lo. 150 

Lewis, Frank F., Holdredge. Neb. 260 

Lewis, George, South Berwick, Me. 186 

Lewis, Henry, 347 W. 34th st. , N. Y. 1896 

Lewis, Jacob H., Freeland. Mich. 1863 

Lewis, James M. , Sandwich , 111 . 140 

Lewis, John, Detroit, Mich. 1892 

Lewis, John B., New Marlboro, Mass. 12, 206 
Lewis, John T., Thomaoton, O. 1862 

Lewis, Lewis E., Richville, N. Y. 288 

Lewis, Richard, Grand Haven, Mich. 226 

Lewis, Thomas G., Green Lake, Wn. 358 

Lewis, T. Henry, Barnesville, Minn. 288 

Lewis, Thos. J., E. Andover, N. H. 266 

Lewis, Thos. S., Madison, Me. 184 

Lewis, William, Martin's Ferry, O. 304 

Lewis, William, Osage City. Kan. 168, 70 

Lewis, William W., St. Paul, Minn. 246 

Libby. Edgar H., Downer's Grove, 111. 132 
Lich, John, Sioux Falls, S. D. 336 

Lich, Peter, Nelson, Neb. 256, 8, 60, 64 

Lilienberg, Augustus, Boston, Mass. 11, 192 
Liliie, Isaac B., Ada, Mich. 230, 4 

Lincoln, George E., Auburndale, Fla. 1878 
Lincoln, William E., Palnesville, O. 1866 

Lind, Nels J., St. Louis, Mo. 252 

Lindegren, Oscar, Bridgeport, Ct. 100 

Lindholm, Lambert T., Easton, Mass. 198 
Lindsay, George, Salt Lake City, U. 340 

Lindsay, Robert 8., Geneva, O. 304 

Lindsay, Wilfred, Saugatuck, Mich. 234 

Lindstrom, Gustaf , Springfield, Mass. 11, 214 
Link, Frederick W., Lenox, O. 1876 

Llnkletter, Elihu, Benzonia, Mich. 1876 

Lippard, James H., Rockford, 111. 1881 

Little, Arthur, Dorchester, Mass. 12, 192 

Little, Wilbur G. [lo.] 1895 

Litts, Palmer, Popeloy, lo. 148, 60 

Livingston, Steph. T., Williamstown, Ms. 1891 
Livingston, William W.. Jaffrey, N. H. 270 
Lloyd, George L., H^nry, 111. 184 

Lloyd, Rhys R., iy. , Oakland, Cal. 57, 1887 
Lloyd, WiUiam. 359 W. 67th, N. Y. 1881 

Lloyd, Wm.A.,N.Hermitage av.,Ch*go,Ill. 1862 
Loba, Jean F., Evanston, 111. 132 

Locke, J. Frank, Long Prairie, Minn. 246 

Locke, William E., E. A Istead, N. H. 266 

Lockbart, Burton W., Manchester, N. H. 270 
Lockridge, George C, Elkhom, Wis. 362 

Lockwood, George A^, Kennebunk, Me. 182 
Lockwood, John H., Westfield, Mass. 216 

Lockwood, JohnW.H., Leavenworth, Wn. 856 
Loder, Achilles L., Hyde Park, Mass. 202 

Lodwlck^Wm., Stewarlville, Minn. 246 

Loehlin, Henry E., N Hyde Park,Vt. 344, 6 
Logan, B. F., Amity, Mo. 250 

Lombard, Herbert E., Cherryfleld, Me. 180 



London, Joseph N., Coleta, Ala. 1883 

Long, Byron R., Columbus, O. 302 

Long, Frederick W.. Oswego, 111. 138 

Long, Harry B., Indianapolis, Ind. 144 

Long, Henry H., Des Moines, lo. 1882 

Long, Joseph B., Hot Springs, S. D. 332 

Long, Luther K., Lacon, 111. 134 

Long, Nicholas M., Memphis, Tenn. 338 

Long, Samuel A., Richmond, Mich. 232 

Longenecker, G. W., Neilsville, Wis. 366 
Lonsfellow, Charles H., Panadena, Cal. 88 

Longley, Moses M., Belvidere, 111. 1846 

Longman, George O., St. Johns, Mich. 1897 

Longren, Charles W., Montrose, Colo. 98 

Loomis, Alba L. P., Windsor, Wis. 864, 70 
Loomis, Charles W., W. Brookfield, Mass. 216 

Loomis, Eli R., Snohomish, Wn. 1878 

Loomis, Klihu, Bedford, Mstss. 1851 
Loomis, Henry, 148 St. Ann's av., N. Y. 1869 

Loomis, Samuel L., Boston, Mass. 192 

Lopez-Guillen, J. M.,W.128th St., N.Y. 10, 280 

Lord, Albert J., Hartford, Vt. 344 

Lord, Amasa C, fc^omonauk, 111. 1847 

Lord, Charles E., Newbury port, Mass. 1844 

Lord, John M., Weymouth, Mass. 1851 

Lord, Orlando M., Weymouth, Mass. 1889 

Lord, Samuel E., Marlboro, Mass. 11, 204 

Loring, Levi, l^ke Park, Minn. 1862 

Losey, John B., Sutton, Neb. 264 
Lothrop, Charles D., Dorchester, Mass. 1854 

Loud, Halah H., E. Taunton. Mass. 214 

Love, Archibald L., Albai y, N. Y. 11, 278 

[Love, William D., deceased, 25 

Love, William D., jr., Hartford, Ct. 104 

Loveioy, George E^ Pittsfield, N. H. 272 
Lovejoy, Wallace W., Oakland, Cal. 67, 1880 

Loveless, Even J., Arbacoochee, Ala. 80 
Lovering, Joseph F., Somerville, Mass. 1880 

Low, Warren F., Holbrook, Mass. 201 

Lowell, John N., Haverhill, Mass. 200 

Lowes, George A., Oorry, Pa. 11, 322 

Lowing, Henry D., Center Road, Pa. 1858 

Lown, John H., Otisville, Mich. 1878 
Luark, Marcellus J., Murplws, Cal. 86, 90, 4 

Lucas, Burton A.. Alton, N. H. 266 

Lucas, Oramel W., Pacific Grove, Cal. 90 

Luce, Albert A., Lacey, Mich. 1890 

Luce, Frank L., Taunton, Mass. 214 

Luce, Fred L., Berkshire, N. Y. 278 

Luce, T. Claire, Richmond, Mass. 210 

Luck, Charles W., Weiser, Ida. 98 

Luckey, Frank R^ New Haven, Ct. 108 

Ludlam, Hadley O., Lament, Mich. 223 

Luethi, Lewis J., Jefferson, O. 806 

Lnmpkin, Wilson, Carney, Ok. 818 

Lundgren, Carl A., Waltham, Mass. 214 

Lunsford, Charles P., Lunsford, Ala. 82 

Lusty, George, Deer Lodge, Tenn. 388 

Luter, Elvis D., Wildwood, Fla. 120 

Luther, Claire F., Mystic, Ot. 112 

Lutz, Adam R., Monroe, Ct. 1896 

Lydgate, John M., Honolulu, H. I. 1898 

Lyle, Andrew J., Oak wood, Ga. 122, 4 

Lyman, Addison, Kellogg, lo. 1847 
Lyman,AlbertJ.,255President,Br»k»n,N.Y.278 
Lyman, Albert T., Mitchell, S. D. 48, 1886 

Lyman, Charles N., Alden, lo. 148 

Lyman, George, Riverside. Cal. 1861 

Lyman, Henrietta , Pierre, S. D. 382 
Lyman, H. M., 140 Ewing St., Chicago, 111. 180 

Lyman, Horace S., Astoria, Or. 1890 
Lyman, Pay son W., Fall River, Mass. 198 

Lyman, Wm. A., Pierre, H. D. 834 

Lynch, Fredoric H., Lenox, Mass. 202 

Lynd, B. Edward, Whitehall, Mich. 1895 
Lyon, Asa P.,70St.Jamespl.,B*lclyn,N.Y. 1863 

Lyon, Clarence C, Marblehead, Mass. 1891 

Lyon, Eli C. Springfield, Minn. 246 

Lyon, F. Emory, Sun Prairie, Wis. 1891 

Lyon, James U., Central Falls, R. I. 48, 328 



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[1899. 



Lyon, Miirord}H.,7628Marqiiette 6t.,Ch*o,I11.128 
Maar, Frederick H., Redwood City, Oal. 1890 
McAllister, Alex., iSh<>rman, Mich. 1894 

McAllister, Deol«, Philadelphia, Pa. 11, 324 
McAllister, James, Detroit, Mich. 224 

MacaUum, Frederic W., A. B, C. F. M. 385 
MacAyeal, Howard 8., Omaha, Neb. 262 

MacBrlar, Thomas, Melrose, Mass. 1890 

McBride, William H., N. Yarmouth, Me. 184 
McOain. Andrew J., Central, Ala. 1872 

McCalUe, Thos. 8., Chattanooga, Tenn. 838 
MacCallnm, Hngh, Waldoboro, Me. 188 

McCann, Herbert L., Gray, Me. 182 

*McCanu, Robert J., Florence, Ala. 80 

McCarthy, John, Huntington, W. Va. 852 
McCartney, Henry R., Amherst, Mass. 11, 190 
McChesney, Jas. H., Grand Marsh, Wis.' 1869 
McClaln,' John B., Anthony, Kan. 164 

McOlaln, Thomas J., WUkins, Ga. 1878 

*Mc01eary. Owen L., Ionia, lo. 148, 54 

McClelland, A. Lincoln. Milton, Wis. 366 

McCIelUnd, R. G., Frederlcktown, O. 1881 
McClelland,Thomas,iV.,Forest Grove, Or.l882 
McClelland, T. Calvin, Newport, R. I. 328 
McOlellan, George M. LTenn.J 1897 

McOlements, H. J., Onekama, Mich. 232 

MacColl, Alex., Brlarcliff Manor, N. Y. 278 
MacCoU, John A .. New Bedford, Mass. 206 
McCollnm, George T., Dundee, 111. 132 

McConaughy,Frank, Deer Park, Wn. 354 
McConnehey, John R., Harwood, N. D. 296, 8 
McConnell, Alexander 8., Grinnell, lo. 1868 
*MoConnell, Herbert, Hopkins, Mich. 11, 228 
McConnell, James B., Northfleld, Minn. 244 
McConnell, William 'l\, Canfield, O. 1895 

iMcConoughey, Austin N., deceased, 20 

[cCord, Archibald, Keene, N. H. 270 

McCord, J. D., Sherman uv., Chicago, HI. 1863 
McCord, Robert L., Lake City, lo. 1861 

McCormlck, Donald, Boothbay Harbor, Me.l78 
McCracken, Robert, Paxton, 111. 1883 

McCracken, WUliam, Pittsburg, Pa. 1862 

McCroskey, John A., Rlverdale, Mo. 252 

McCullagh, Archibald, Worcester, Mass. 218 
McCuUy, Charles G., Calais, Me. 180 

tMcOune, Robert, deceased, 26 

[cDanlel, Simeon C, AtlanU, Ga. 48, 122 

McDermid, Duncan, Boston, Mass. 1886 

McDonald, Alex. P., No. Waterford, Me. 188 
McDonald, Angus M., Jacksonville, Fla. 118 
McDonald, John, Los Angeles, Cal. 1887 

McDougall, William H., Ciaremont, Cal. 1884 
McDowell, Henry M., Downs, Kan. 166 

McDuffee, Samuel V., Springfield, Mass. 1869 
McBlveen, Wm. T., Boston, Mass. 192 

McFadden, Robert A., Chelsea, Mass. 11, 196 
*McFarland, Charles 8., New Haven, Ct. 100 
MacGeehon, Seldon B., Hartland, V(. 344 

McGinnis, Robert J., Neosho Falls, Kan. 1891 
McGown, Alfred J., Amherst, N. H. 266 

McGown, Richard H., Everett, Mass. 198 

[McGregor, Alexander, deceased, 27 

McOregor, Alex., St. Paul, Minn. 11, 2, 246 
McGregor, Duncan, Antwerp, N. Y. 278 

McGregor, John, Brlmley, Mich. 1883 

McHenry, Feargus G., 8. Haven, Mich. 1872 
Mclntyre, Andrew, Coventryville, N. Y. 280 
McInWre, Daniel, Barrlnston, N. H. 266 

Mclntire, Oscar G., W. Woodstock, Ct. 1886 
Mcintosh, Charles H., River Falls, Wis. . 868 
Mcintosh, David C. [Mo.] 1886 

Mack, Charles A., Inkster, N. D. 298 

Mack, J. A., 12 N. California av., CVo, 111. 1860 
Mackay, Charles C, Le Raysvllle, Pa. 324 
McKav. Henry T.. Cherry. Ala. 1880 

M cKay, Samuel H., Alma, N. O. 294 

McKay, Thomas, Plymouth, Pa. 324 

McKee, James H., Aurora, O. 300 

McKenney, James B., Havelock, Neb. 12 258 
MoKenzie, Alexander, Cambridge, Mass. 194 



Mackenzie,W.D..716 W. Adams, Ch'go, 59, 128 

iMackie, Thomas, deceased, 27 

[cKlnley, Charles B., Rockville, Ct. 114 

McKinney, 8. T., St. Louis, Mo. 11, 252 

McKlnnon, Norman, Foxcroft, Me. 182 

McKnight, H. C, B. Longmeadow, Mass. 198 
McKnlght, John A., Hill, N. H. 270 

McLane, William W., New Haven, Ct. 108 
McLaren,JamesH., I'rlnceton, III. 138 

McLaughlin,Rob'tW.,Kalamazoo,Mich. 11, 228 
McLean, Calvin B., Salem, Ct. 112 

McLean, John K., Oakland, Cal. 57, 1861 

Mci.ean, John R., Macon, Ga. 124 

McLean, Thomas D., MUltown, Jf. B. 184 
McLellan, Archibald 8., Etna Mills, Cal. 1898 
McLeod, Andrew J., Stafford Springs, Ct. 187U 
McLeod, Hugh, Cambridge, Mass. 1855 

McLeod, Samuel M., Kemp, Gha. 1895 

McLeod,T.BM 429 Clinton av., B'kIyn,N. Y. 278 
MacMahon, Edward T., Akron, O. 300 

McMillan, Hampton, Quadrate, La. 176 

McMillan, Peter, Northampton, Mass. 208 

McMillen,W. F., 153 1.a8alIe.Chi'o, 111,, 52, 1881 
McNair, David C, Cleveland, O. 302 

McNamara. John E., Onawa, lo. 158 

McNeel. Albert W., Mitchell, lo. 156 

McNelUe, Jerry E., Moncure, N. C. 298, 4 

MctVellle, Robert G. 8., Pine Bluff, N. C, 1870 
MacNeill. Samuel M., Tomahawk, Wis. 370 
M cQuarrie, Neil P., Niagara, N. D. 296 

McQueen, Peter, Manila, 212 

McRae, Isaac, Wallace, Neb. 264 

McReynolds, Samuel J.. SUllwater, Ok« 1882 
McRoberts, Thos. R., St. Joseph, Mioh. 234 
•McSkimming, David W., Arihur, lo. 154, 60 
Mc Vicar, Peter, Topeka, Kan. 1861 

McWilUams, John W., Alva, Ok. 813, 4, 6 
Macy, Herbert, Newington, Ct. 108 

Madge, Waiter W., Oakland, Cal. 1881 

Magnus, Daniel H., Northfleld, Minn. 1886 
*Mabn, Lawrence W., Mallet Creek, 0. 11,312 
Maile, John L., Los Angeles, Cal. 48, 1872 
Malr, William M., Henry, 8. D. 382 

Makepeace,F.Barrows, Sprlngfleld,Ms. 12, 1873 
MalcoJm, John W., Cleveland, O. 302 

Mallary, R. DeWitt, Lenox, Mass. 1876 

Mallows, John H., Angola, N. Y. 278, 82 

Malone, Samuel J.. Olney, III. 138 

Manavian, Garabed M.,l4unica,Mich.lO,226, 80 
Manchester, Herbert A., Syracuse, N. Y. 288 
Mank, Herbert G., Lawrence, Mass. 10, 2,202 
Mann, Wilford E., VineUnd, N. J. 276 

Mann. Wm. G., Cumberland Mills, Me. 188 
Mannhardt, Ernst G. L. [lo.] 1890 

Mauulng, Frederic W., Marshfleld, Mass. 204 
Manning, Samuel, Auburn, N. Y. 1866 

Manss, Wm. H., Lincoln, Neb. 12, 260 

Manville, Addison G., Ironton, O. 806 

Manwell, John P., Harford, Pa. 322 

Marble, .William H., Bouider, Colo. 1850 

Marcelius, David, Cleveland, O. 802 

March, Daniel, Wobum, Mass. 218 

[Marden, Alfred C, deceased, 27 

Marden, Geo. N., iy:,Colo. Springs, Colo. 1862 
Margetts, Henry G., Tallman, N. Y. 290 

Markham, Henry F., Berlin, Mass. 1880 

Markley, J. Munroe, Abingdon, 111. 126 

Marks, Julius, Peru, III. 188 

Mark wick, William F., Ansonia, Ot. 100 

Marsh, Alfred F., Hiteman, lo. 154 

Marsh, Charles B., Lawn Ridge, III. 132, 4 

Marsh, David D., Unionville, Ct. 104 

Marsh, Edward L., Watervllle, Me. 188 

Marsh, Francis J., Boston, Mass. 1876 

Marsh, George, Eldon, lo. 152 

Marsh, George D., A. B. O. F. M. 885 

Marsh, George U., Rio. Wis. 868, 70 

Marsh, Hammond L., Muscotah, Kan. 168 
Marsh, Henry, Olivet, Mich. 1875 

Marsh, Robert L., Humboldt, lo. 154, 62 



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Marsh, Thomas, Loda, 111. 136 

Marsh, William B., Tallmadge, O. 1865 

Marsh, Wilson J., Guthrie, Ok. 314 

Marshall, Chapman A., McGregor, lo. 156 
Marshall, Charles P.. Frankfort, Me. 11, 182 
Marshall, Henry, Lowell, Miph. 280 

Marshall, Henry G., Cromwell, Ct. 102 

Marshall, Martin V., Art, AU. 80, 4 

Marsland, John, Franklin, N. Y. 282 

Marston, Percival F., Lancaster, N. H. 270 
Martin, Albert A., Prentice, Wis. 368 

Martin, Carlyle R., Fargo, N. D. 11, 1898 

Martin, Edwin, Iroquois, d. D. 832, 4 

Martin, George, Parkman, O. 308, 10 

Martin, Joel, Bay View, Mich. 1871 

Martin, John L., Wimbleton, N. D. 296, 8 
Martin, Moses M., Ovid, Mich. 232 

Martin, Robert, Hillsdale, Mich. 1860 

Martin, Samuel A., Rowan, lo. 148, 60 

Martini, Fritz W., Little Ferry, N. J. 276 

MarU, William G., Oberlln, O. 1872 

♦Martyn, Sanford 8., Derby, Ot. 102 

Martyn, William C, W. Acton, Mass. 11, 194 
Marvin, Daniel [N. Y.] 1876 

Marvin, Dwight £., Germantown, Pa. 324 
Marvin, F.R., 639 Western av., Albany ,N.Y.1878 
Marvin, John P., W. Charleston, Vt. 342, 6 
Marvin, John T., Van Cleve, lo. 162 

Marvin, Sylvanus P., Westville, Ct. 114 

Mason, Charles £., Mountatnhome, Ida. 98 
Mason, Clarence W., Deansboro, N. Y. 280 
Mason, Edward B., Brunswick, Me. 180 

Mason, Henry B., N Wilbraham, Mass. 216 
Mason, Horace C, Pullman, Wu. 356 

Mason, James D., Wesley, lo. 162 

Mason, Javan K., Herndon, Va. 1849 

Mason, John R., Indianapolis, Ind. 144 

^Mason, Oscar H. L., Green Mountain, lo. 154 
Mason, Philip H., Merrittville, Wis. 1888 

Mason, William, Thurman, O. 300, 10 

Massie, William M., Waimea, H. I. 1896 

Mather, J. Bruce, Minneapolis, Minn. 244 
Mather, Wallace E., New Hartford, N.Y. 1881 
Matheson, Elias, Alston, Ala. 80 

«MaUock, Fletcher K., Dinsdale, lo. 152 

Matthews, George A., Auburndale, Mass. 216 
Matthews, James L., Crestview, Fla. 118 

Matthews, James T., Blossburg, Pa. 1882 

Matthews, Joel, Jackson's Gap, Ala. 1866 

Matthews, John H., Worcester, Mass. 218 
Matthews, Luther P., Crete, Neb. 1858 

Matthews, Newman, Randolph, N. Y. 288 
Mathews, Robert J., New Cambria, Mo. 250 
Mathews, Rupert B., Newcastle, Me. 184 

Mathews, ti. tiherberne, Danielson, Ct. 106 
Matthews, William D. A., Onarga, 111. 1872 
MatUon, Bernard G., Yankton, ti. D. 306 

Maxwell, Leigh B., Decatur, Ga. 1887 

May, Edwin M. , E. Rockaway, N. Y. 282 

May, Oscar G., Berkeley, Cal. 1870 

May, T. M elboul^e, Shutesbury, Mass . 1872 
Mayhew,Wilmot M.,Highgate6prings, Vt. 1875 
Mead, Charles M., New Haven, Ct. 1866 

Mead, Elwell O., Burton, O. 300, 10 

Mead, Henry B., Scotland, Ct. 112 

Mead. WIlUs W., A. B. G. F. M, 385 

Meader, John R., Dalton, N. H. 268 

Means, Frederick H., Windham, Ct. 114 

Means, Oliver W., Enfield, Ct. 102 

Mears, Charles L., Excelsior, Minn. 240 

Meckling, George Z., Hamilton, O. 304 

Medlar, William H., Alexandria, Minn. 238 
Meek, Stafford W., Yorkville, 111. 142 

Megathlin, Henry G., Fall River, Mass. 198 
Mellish. John H., Kllllngly, Ct. 1865 

Melton, Jesse J., Plant City, Fla. 1892 

Mendell, Ellis, Boston, Mass. 192 

Menzi, Ernest U., Carthage, S. D. 830 

Mercer, Henry W., Long Beach, Wn. 366 

Meredith, Richard, Brooklyn, N. Y. 1867 



Meredith,R.R.,97McDouough,Br'kl'n,N.Y.278 

Merrall, Joseph H., Clayton, Cal. 1873 

Merrell, Edward H., P/., Kipon, Wis. 368 

Merrell, Samuel L., Springfield, Mass. . 1850 
Merriam,Alex. R., Hartford, Ct. 61, 1877 

Merriam, Charles L., Lowell, Mass. 204 

Merriam, F. N., Turners Kails, Mass. 206 

Merriam, George F., Greenville, N. H. 268 

Merrick. Frank W., W. Roxbury, Mass. 192 

Merrick, Solomon G., Duxbury, Mass. 196 

Merrill, Adams U., Mooreton, N. D. 1886 

Merrill, Benjamin B., Brewer, Me. 178 

Merrill, Chas. C, Steubenville, O. - 310 
Merrill, Chas. H., St. Johnsbury, Vt. 48, 1870 

Merrill, Chas. W., Silverton, Colo. 98 

Merrill, George A., New Sharon, Me. 182, 4 

Merrill, George H., Suisun, Cal. 94 
Merrill, George R., Leavitt st.,Ch*go, 111. 11, 128 

Merrill, Harry E., San Jacinto, Cal. 88, 92 

Merrill, Henry A., Kennebunkport, Me. 182 

Merrill, James G., Nashville, Tenn. 1866 

Merrill, John E., A. B. C. F, M. 385 

Merrill, John L., Newbury, Vt. 846 

Merrill, John M., Oberlln, O. 1876 

Merrill, Selah, Jerusalemt 1860 

Merrill, Thomas, Otis, Colo. 1842 

Merrill, Truman A., Maiden, Mass. 1858 

Merrill, William C^ynn, Mass. 204 

Merriman, Daniel, Worcester, Mass. 218 
Merritt,Charies P. W.,Clifton 8prlngs,N.Y.1898 
Merritt, Charles W., Chicago, 111. 11, 1898 

Merritt, William C, Tacoma, Wn. 1883 

Mershon, James R., Newton, lo. 1848 

Merwin, Nathan T., Milfurd, Ct. 1866 

Meserve, Henry C, Springfield, Mass. 214 

Meske, Fred L., Ortunville, Minn. 244 

Metcalf, Arthur, Bancroft, Mich. 220 

Metcalf , Irving W., Lawrence, Kan. 1882 
Metcalf, John M. P., iV., Talladega, Ala. 1888 

Mevis, Lyman, Townsend, Mass. 214 

Mevis, MarUn F., Southboro, Mass. 212 

Mewman, James A., Davenport, Ok. 1891 

Michael, George, Hslstad, Minn. 1874 

Miles, Arthur, Elmwood, 111. 132 

Miles, Edward C, Glen Kidge, N. J. 1860 

Miles, Harry R., Brattleboro, Vt. 342 

Miles, Harvey, Canton, N. Y. 1846 

Miles, MUo N., Des Moines, lo. 1836 

Miles, Thomas M., Bristol, Ct. 100 

Millar, William, Galesburg, Mich. 1892 

Millar, William H^ Alamo, Mich. 1857 

Millard, Joseph D., Bear Lake, Mich. 1862 

Millard, Watson B., Geneva, 111. 182 

Millard, William B., New London,Wis. 366 

MiUer, Albert P., Washington, D. C. 117 

Miller, Charles G., Kansas City, Kan. 166 

Miller, Ellsha W., Douglas, Mich. 224 

Miller, Mrs. Eva K.. Anna, lU. 142 

Miller, Fenelon G.. Morrison, Ok. 1891 

Miller, Frank A. .Elgin, 111. 1881 

Miller, Geo. A., Syracuse, N. Y. 1869 
Miller, Henry G., 141 ChrisUe St., N. Y. 284 

Miller, Joel iX, Leominster, Mass. 1866 

Miller, J. DeWitt, Cleveland, O. 1881 

Miller, J. Wood, Paztou, 111. 1872 

Miller, Louis, Holly, Fla. 118 

*Miller, Parris E., E. Sumner, Me. 188 

Miller, Richard, Janesville, Wis. 1873 

Miller, Robert D.. Maiden, Mass. 1866 

Miller, Samuel, Sherburne, N. Y. 286 

Miller, Samuel A., Anna, 111. 126 

Miller, Samuel D., Argyle, N. Y. 1895 

i Miller, Simeon, deceased, 27 

Ciller, Thomas C, Woodbridge, N. J. 276 

MiUer, Wilbur C, Decatur, 111. 132 

Miller, William S. A., Hookset, N. H. 270 

Miller, Willie G., Dorcas, i^la. 118 
Millerd, N.A.,1167 Lawndaleav.,Ch'go Jll. 1861 

Millett, Thomas F., Gorham, Me. 1879 
[Milligan, J. Porter, deceased. 



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[1899. 



liimffan, John A., Nordboff, Cal. 
Iliian, Silas F., AnamoM, lo. 



lilUiian; Silas F., AnamoM, lo. 148, 60 

MUUkeD, Charles D., i^onoma, Oal. 94 

Mills, Aagustos W., Rye, N. H. 272 

Mills, Charles L., Clay Center, Kan. 164, 6 
Mills, Charles P., Newhuryport, Mass. 1880 
Mills, Charles 8., Clereland, O. 802 

Mills, Frank B., Pepperell. Mass. 1878 

Mills, George A ., Llmertek, Me. 180 

Mills, George 8., Belfkst, Me. 178 

Mills, Harlow 8., Benzonla, Mich. 220 

*Mills, H. B., Fort Scott, Kan. 166 

Mills, Henry, Canton, 111. 18M 

Mills, Richard B., Strons, Me. 188 

Milne, Alexander, Duluth, Minn. 240 

Mllstead, Charles A., Calera. Ala. 80, 2 

Mlnchin, William J., Wrentham, Mass. 218 
Miner, Henry A.. Madison, Wis. IWt 

Miner, Samuel E., Kidgway, Mo. 1844 

Minnis, Thomas W.,<3^rand Meadow ,Minn. 240 
Mintier, Jameu H., South America, 1888 

Mlrick, Edward A . , Dryden, N. Y. 1800 

Miskovsky, Lonis F. , OberUn, O. 68, 1801 

Mitchell, Ammi R., Bine Rapids, Kan. 1865 
Mitchell, Charles L., Winchester, Mass. 18n 
Mitchell, Edwin K., Hartford, Ot. 61, 1886 

Mitchell, Frank, Faalkton, 8. D. 832 

Mitchell, Fred G.^etawaka, Kan. 168 

Mitchell, George W., Franklin, Neh. 268 

Mitchell, James J.. Prairie City, lo. 160 

Mitrhell, J. Lee, New Haven, Ct. 108 

Mitchell, J. Spencer, Richford, N. Y. 288 

Mitchell, Thomas G., Madison, Me. 1846 

Mitchell. William , Detroit, Mich. 1867 

Mix, Eldridge, Worcester, Mass. 1860 

MoaU, John W., Pawnee, Ok. 816 

Mobbs, Horatio M., Chewelah, Wn. 854 

Moffatfc,T.A.,1416N.Arte8ian av.Gh*go,IU. 1803 
MoffatL T. Clemenee, Wymore, Neb. 264 

Mohr, Ursinns O., Georgetown, Ct. 110 

Monroe, Alexander, 448 W.O St., Peoria, 111. 188 
Mnnroe, Egbert N., Wellfleet, Mass. 216 

Munro, Georse A. , Milf ord. Neb. 260 

Manro,John J.,Center & Leonard sts.,N.Y.1880 
Monroe. Thomas E., Akron, O. 800 

Monigomery, J. A., La Grange, III. 1866 

*Moody, Be^J. F., Oakland, Cal. 92 

Moody, Calvin B., Minneapolis, Minn. 244 
Moodie, Royal C, W. Tisbury, Mass. 216 

Moon, Charles J., Long Ridge, Ct. 112 

Moon, Francis, Chiltonville, Mass. 1880 

Moon, Hiram B., Portland, Ind. 146 

Moon, Orrin D., Berea, O. 800 

Moore, Adna W., Manson, lo. 150, 6 

Moore, Albert W., Lynn. Mass. 204 

Moore, Charles A., Rockland, Me. 186 

Moore, Charles A., Kewanee, 111. 184 

Moore, Charles D. , Moline, III. 136 

Moore, Daniel M., Orange, Mass. 1880 

Moore, Edson J .. Norfolk. Mass. 208 

Moore, Kdward C, Providence, R. I. 328 

Moore, Frank L;, Minneapolis, Minn. 244 

Moore, Gainer P., Romeo, Mich. 232 

Mooar, George, i^l, Oakland, Cal. 1866 

Moore, George F^ Andover, Mass. 66, 190 

Moore, George W , Nashville, Tenn. 1877 

*Moore, George W., Frostburg, Md. 176 

Moore, John K., Elizabethtown, N.Y. 11, 282 
Moore, John T., Breckenridge, Mich. 11, 222 
Moore, John W., Trevor, Wis. 11, 362, 4 

Moore, Nathaniel S., Winsted, Ct. 1868 

Moore, Philip H., 8aco, Me. 186 

Moore, Philip N., Willsborough, N. Y. 290 
Moore, William, Clinton, W is. 1883 

Moore, Wm.A., MortonPark, Chicago. 111. 1872 
Moore, William £. B^ B. Hartland, Ct. 106 
Moore, William H., Hartford, Ct. 1846 

Moore, William N., Great Falls, Mont. 265 
Moorehonse, Geo. E., Delhi Mills, Mich. 236 
Moorland, Jesse E., Richmond, Va. 12, 1801 



*Morach. Jacob, Avoca, To. 148 

More. Edwin, Jr., Hancock, Mich. 226 

Morehouse, D. A.. Newton Center, Mass. 1865 
Morehoase, Ezra 8., Brouard, Mich. 1894 

Morehouse, Geo. E., Delhi Mills, Mich. 1897 
Moreland, MaryL., McLean, 111. 136 

Morey, Lewis W., Lowell, Mass. 266 

Morgan, Charles, Hampton. Ct 104 

Morgan, Chas. L., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 192 
Morgan, Daniel T., ( >berlin, O. 1894 

Morgan, David W., Buena Park, Cal. 86 

Morgan, Edward, Cambria, Wis. 360, 2, 8 

Morgan, Richard H., 8t. Petersburg, Fla. 1899 
Morley, John H., Minneapolis, Mitm. 48, 1867 
Morris, Ebenezer J., Wilkes Barre, Pa. 326 
Morris, George, Alameda, Cal. 1860 

Morris, Maurice B., Dayton, Wn. 364 

Morris, Samuel T., Grand Rapids, Mich. 1890 
Morrison, George M., Marshall, Minn. 242 
Morrison, Nathan J., /V., Wichita, Kan. 1858 
Morrison, Samuel, Braintree, Mass. 1865 

Morrow, Cornelius W., Norwich, Ct. 110 

Morrow, Horace B., Jewett City, Ot. 104 

Morse. Alfred L_J6 Jackson pl.,Ch*go,Dl. 1884 
Morse, Charles F., St. Johnsbury, Vt. 1856 
Morse, Charles H., N. Ciaftsbury, Vt. 844 
Morse, Edgar L., Tomah, Wis. 800 

Morse, Henry H ., Milford, Ct. 106 

Morse, Morris W., Crete, Neb. 256 

Morse, William B., North Yakima, Wn. 1884 
Morse. William E., Dudley, Mass. 1884 

Morson, Robert R., Winthrop, Me. 10, 188 
*Morss, €^eorge H., Oakdale, Ct. 108 

Morton, George F., Alexandria, Minn. 1891 
Morton, W. Henry, Brooklyn, N. Y. 11, 284 
Moses, Albert C, Byron, 111. 126 

Moses, Dighton, Sherman, Ct. 112 

Moses, Leonard H., Seward, 111. 140 

Moses, Vincent, Bradford. Mass. 1887 

Moslander, Franklin V., Wheaton, 111. 142 
Mosman, William D. . New Haven , Ct. 1877 
Mote, Henry W^ Christopher, Wn. 354 

Monlton, Ezra C^ Corning, lo. 1875 

Moulton, James W., Middle Haddam, Ct. 102 
Monsley, WiUiam H., Qnechee, Vt. 844 

Moxie, Charles H., Amery, Wis. • 860 

Moxom, Philip 8.., Springfield, Mass. 212 

Mucklow, William B., Rutherford, N. J. 1880 
Mudie, Howard, Mt. Carmel, Ct. 104 

Muinix, Andrew H., E. Milton, Mass. 11, 206 
Mumby, Robert, Hazel Green, lo. 154 

Mumford, James T., Cromwell, lo. 150 

Munger, Theodore T., New Haven, Ot. 108 
Munsell, John H., Schenectady. N. Y. 1875 
Munson, Frederick, Brooklyn, N. Y. 1847 
Munson, Myron A., Warren, Ct. 114 

Murkland, Chas. 8^ /V., Durham, N. H. 1884 
Murphy, Charles G., Holdrege, Neb. 62, 1891 
Murphv, James 8., Okarche, Ok. |314 

*Murphy, Thomas D., Chester, Mass. 196 

Murphy, Thomas F., Lake MiUs, Wis. 1883 
Murray^ Edward W., Indianapolis, Ind. 144 
Murray, William J., Essex, Mass. 1879 

Murrman. Adam, Montreal, Can, 1896 

Musil, John, Cleveland, O. 802 

Mutch, William J., New Haven, Ct. 106 

Muttart, Lorenzo W.. Richmond, Me. 178 

Muttart,Wm.L., Richmond, Me. 184 

*My era, Arthur A., CumberPd Gap,Tenn. 1864 
Myers, Bei^. F^ Blairsburg, lo. 148 

Myers, Harry W^ PhiladelphU. Pa. 824 

Myers, John C, Beardstown, 111. 126 

Myers, Simon, Perry, Ok. 1872 

Mylne, George W.. Glen Ellyn, HI. 132 

Nash, Charles 8., Oakland, Cal. 67,1884 

Nash, Francis J., Chepachet, R. I. 828 

Nash, Fred. W., Livingttone Alta, Can, 1895 
Nash, James H.. Lovegoy, Ga. 124 

Nay lor, Benjamin D., Grass Valley, Cal. 88 
Neilson, Ernest F., Newburgh, N. Y. 284 



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*NeikoD, MoInnoM, Lodi, O. 306 

Nelson, Andrew G., Center City, Minn. 240 
Nelson, Andrew P., Lowell, Mass. 204 

Nelson, Charles A., A. B, C. F. M. 386 

Nelson, Charles E., W. Green Bay, Wis. 804 
Nelson, Frank, Jamestown, N. Y. 1888 

Nelson, Gustavo W^ Port Angeles, Wn. 860 
•Nelson, John W., Hastings, Neb. 268 

Nelson. Nels I., Woodlake, Wis. 1804 

Nelson, Kosooe, Windsor, Ct. 114 

Nenenschwander, Daniel, Fessenden, N.D. 200 
Newbeny,Cfaarles B., ^., Coupeville, Wn. 864 
Newcomb, Aaron S., Chicago, 111. 1883 

Newoomb, Edward U., S. Portland, Me. 180 
Newell, Arthur F., Lincoln, Neb. 200 

Newell, Francis P., Pruden, Colo. 1844 

Newell, Horatio B., A. B, C, F. if. 386 

Newell, William W., St. Paul, Minn. 240 

Newkirk, Ward D., Beaafort, N. C. 208 

Newlands, Robert W., Mattoon, 111. 130 

Newman, George H., Bitzville, Wn. 360 

Newman, George N., Buffalo, N. Y. 1804 

Newman, Stephen M., Washington, D. O. 117 
Newport, Fred., Jonesport, Me. 182 

Newton, Albert F., Haverhill, Mass. 11, 200 
Newton, Bei^amin O., Cleveland, O. 302 

Newton, D. Augustine, Winchester, Mass. 218 
Newton, George J. , Boston, Mass. 1807 

Newton, Howell E., Clara, Ga. 122 

Newton, John A., Lyman, Me. 11, 184 

Newton, Josiah [N. Y.l 1846 

Newton, Wm. H., Dothen, Ala. 80 

Nichols, Anna C, Sioux City, lo. 11, 148, 00 
Nichols, Charles L., Phippsburg, Me. 180 

Nichols, DanforthB., Mission Hill, S.D. 884 
Nichols, Geo. T., Burlington, Kan. 12, 104 
Nichols, Jesse G., Hamilton, Mass. 200 

Nichols, John R., Marietta, O. 300 

Nichols, John T.. Fremont, Wn. 868 

Nichols, Nathan R., Norwich, Vt. 840 

Nicholls, Sampson, Gorham, N. H. 208, 72 
Nichols, Washington A., Lake Forest, 111. 1838 
Nickerson, Roscoe S., Porter, Ind. 180 

Nickerson, Sylvester S., Boston, Mass. 104 
Nield, James A., Stockton, Kan. 170 

Niemeyer, H. N. A., St. Paul, Minn. 1888 

Nima, Granville W., Walton, N. Y. 200 

Nixon, Theodore M., ThomasviUe, Ga. 124 
Nobis, Lewis B., Cashton, Wis. 800, 4 

Noble, Charles, P/., GrinneU, lo. 1878 

Noble, Edwin L., Brockton, Mass. 104 

Noble, Franklin, 241 W. 28d, N. Y. 1802 

Noble, F. A., 632 Wash'gton Bd., Ch'go, lU. 128 
Noble, Mason, Lake Helen, Fla. 118 

Noble, Thomas K., Norwalk, Ct. 110 

Norcross, Fiavius V., Newcastle, Me. 1800 
Nordlimd, August A., Georgetown, Ct. 114 
Norris, Austin H., Torringford, Ct. 112 

Norris, John S., Peterson, lo. 100 

Norris, John W., Churchville, N. Y. 280 

Norris, Kingsley F., Hartford, Ct. 104 

Norris, Thomas F., Somerset, Mass. 212 

Norseen, Oscar G., Perth Ambov, N. J. 270 
[Northrop, Birdsey G., deceased, 27 

Northrop, Charles A., Norwich Town, Ct. 110 
Norton, Edward, Quincy , Mass. 1804 

Norton, Edwin C., Pf., Claremont, Cal. 1884 
Norton, Edwin F., iV., Bath, N. Y. 1804 

Norton, Mrs. Mary E. D., Newfane, Vt. 1800 
Norton, Milton J., St. Louis, Mo. 262 

Norton, Reuben, Hudson, S. D. 1864 

Norton, Smith, Newfane, Vt. 340 

Norton, Stephen A., San Diego, Cal. 02 

Nott, Jaims L., Benson, Minn. 238 

Nourse, Edward E., Berlin, Ct. 12, 1802 

Nourse, Robert, Falls Church, Va. 1807 

Noyes, Charles L., Somerville, Mass. 212 

Noyes, Edward M., Newton Centre, Mass. 208 
Noyes, Frederick B., Chiltonville, Mass.~ 210 
Noyce, George T., Brunswick, Neb. 260, 04 



Noyes, Henry H., New Gloucester, Me. 12, 184 
Noyes, Warren L., Oleander, Cal. 00 

Nutting, Mrs. Abi L. , Sioux Rapids, lo. 162 
[Nutting, George B., deceased, 28 

Nutting, John D., Salt Lake City, Utah 1886 
Nutting, John K., Sioux Rapids, lo. 100 

Nutting, Wallace, Providence, R. I. 828 

Oadams, Thomas S., Elbum, 111. 182 

Oakey, James, Robbinsdale, Minn. 244 

Oakley, E. Clarence, Detroit, Mich. 1881 

Obenhans, Herman F., Prescott, Wis. 308 
O'Brien, James P., St. Louis, Mo. 12, 260 

Oehler,Frederio H., New Richland, Minn. 240, 
. Oehler, William, St. Paul, Minn. 240 

Ogilvie, Andrew U.. Elkhart, Ind. 144 

Ogilvie, David M., Oakland, lo. 168 

Okerstein, John F., Minneapolis, Minn. 62, 1804 
Olds, Alphonso R, Walla Walla, Wn. 364, 8 
Olds, Otis C, A, B, C. F. M, 886 

Oleson, William B., Warren, Mass. 11, 214 
Ohlson, Carl F., Brooklyn, N. Y. 278 

«01sen, Morten, Boston, Mass. 102 

Olson, N. O., Crompton, R. I. 828 

dinger, Wm. G., Tacoma, Wn. 888 

Oliphant, Charles H^ Methuen, Mass. 200 
Olmstead, Charles, Three Rivers, Mass. 208 
[Olmsted, Franklin W., deceased, 28 

Olsson, Cfarl F., Titusville, Pa. 828 

Oman8,ChesterC.,MlndenClty,Mich. 220, 80,0 
Orchard, John, Fargo, N. D. 1802 

Ordway, Jairus. Salem, Ct. 1848 

Ormes, Manly D., Col. Springs, Colo. 00 

Orr, James B., Santa Cruz, Cal. 04 

Orth, Andrew P., Bantoul, 111. ' 188 

Orvis, Gurney M., Dubuque, lo. 162 

Osborn'e, Cyrus A., Lake Geneva, Wis. 804 
Osgood, Geo. W., Lynn, Mass. 204 

Osgood, Lucien E., Sturgeon Bay, Wis. 870 
•Osgood, Robert S., Harvard, Neb. 11, 268 
Osgood, Robert T^ Boston, Mass. 1801 

Osten-Sacken, F. V., ArUngton, N. J. 1802 
Osthoff, Eugene C, Lincoln, Neb. 11, 200 

Ostrander, Jas S..30lMacon,Br'klyn,N.Y. 1808 
Ostrander, Lincoln, Hudsonville, Mich. 228 
rOstrom, Alvin, deceased, 20 

Oswalt, Wm. M., Chulafinne, Ala. 80 

Otis, Jonathan T., Grand Junction, Mich. 220 
Otis, Norman L., Palo, Mich. 1860 

Ottman, Henry A., Chenango Forks, N. Y. 280 
Overton, Joseph, Fillmore, Cal. 1881 

[Owens, Owen, deceased, 20 

Owen, Richard, Bar Harbor, Me. 178 

Owen, Richard H., Pottsville, Pa. 824 

Owen, Thomas M., Bristol, R. I. 1808 

Owen, T. Newton, Bristol, R. I. 11, 828 

Oxnard, Henry E., Lawrence, Mass. 202 

Packard, Abel K., Greeley, Colo. 1861 

Packard, Edward N. , Syracuse, N. Y. 288 
Packard, N. Luther, BuflOalo Center, lo. 148 
Paddock, Edward A., Berea, Ky. 1870 

Paddock, George B., Vermillion, 8. D. 830 
Paeth, C.A., 81 Ashland av., Chig'o, 111. 67, 1881 
Page, Charles, Fair Haven, Ct. 102 

Page, Charles E., Buffalo, N. Y. 280 

Page, Frederick H., Lawrence, Mass. 202 

Page, Harlan, Hardwick, Mass. 108, 200 

♦Page, Wesley E., Milton, Ct. 100 

Page, William D. , Wellfleet, Neb. 1886 

Paine, John A., Tarrytown, N. Y. 1807 

Paine, Levi L., Bangor, Me. 66, 1801 

Paine, Samuel D., W. Palm Beach, Fla. 120 
Painter, Harry M., Pataha City, Wn. 860 

Painter, Hobart £., Galva, 111. 182 

Pahner, Alice R, Wayzata, Minn. 240, 8 

Palmer, Charles M., Stoddard, N. H. 274 

Palmer, Charles R., New Haven, Ct. 100 

Palmer, Edward G., Rochester, Mich. 1802 
Palmer, Edward S., Gorham, Me. 1860 

Pahner, Edwin B., Whichester, Mass. 48, 1860 
Palmer, Frank H., Braintree, Mass. 1880 



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Palmer, Harry, Bristol , Ct. .100 

Palmer, Orange 8., 8767 00th pi., Chic, 111. 1886 
Palmer, Oacar A., Spriogfleld, lio. 252 

Palmer, WlUiam B., Norwich, Ot. 100 

Paogbum, Lycnrgus B., New Haven, Ct. 1886 
Pannell, Cary H. H., TannerBville, N. Y. 290 
Paparian,Manaaeeh G., ^into6, TVrifctfy, 885 
Paris, Sandy A., Marietta, Ga. 1895 

Park, Andrew J., Huntington. Ot. 106 

Park. Austin L., Redlands, Oal. 1864 

*Park, Edwards A., Andover, Mass. 55, 196 
Park, Frank, Beechwood, Mass. 196 

Park, William E., Gloversville, N. Y. 282 
Parker, Charles L., Aubnm, Me. 1895 

Parker, Charles O., Tiverton, R. I. 328 

Parker, Edwin P., Hartford, Ct. 104 

*Parker, Francis, Little Haddam, Ct. 102 

Parker, Fred. W., Albany, Or. 318 

Parker, Henry O., Detroit. Mich. 1858 

Parker, Horace, W. Tlsbnry, Mass. 1861 

Parker, J. A., 8. Hartford. N. Y. 11, 288 

Parker, J. Homer, Kingfisher, Ok. 48, 1878 
Parker, John D., Washington, D. C. 1865 

Parker, Joseph J., Norfolk. Neb. 260 

Parker, Lawrence J., Perkins, Ok. 1803 

Parker, Leonard F., P/., Grinnell, lo. 1862 
Parker, Leonard 8., No. Cambridge, Mass. 194 
Parker, Lyman B., Perkins, Ok. 314, 6 

[Parker, Roswell D., deceased. 
Parker. Thomas. Grandvllle, Mich. 1870 

Parker. Washington, N. Java, N. Y. 286 

Parka, William U , Clark, 8. D. 330 

Parmelee, Mpses P.. A. B, C. F. M. 385 

Parmelee, Wm. J., Worthington, Mass. 1884 
Parr, J. H., 22 Br} ant av., Chic'go, 111. 1882 
Parr, Walter R.. Clifton, 111. 11, 180 

Parsons, Albert 8., Berkeley, Cal. 1894 

Parsons, Charles, MoviUe, lo. 12, 158 

Parsons, Bbenczer G., Derry, N. H. 1887 

Parsons, Edward 8.,^., Col. Springs, Col. 1888 
Parsons, Henry W.. Bt. Paul, Minn. 246 

Parsons, James, Frimgbar, lo. 160 

Parsons, J. Franklin, Woodbum, 111. 142 

Parsons, John, Dorchester, Mass. 1857 

Parsons, Julius, Roberts, Wis. 864, 8 

Parsons, Robert, Flat Rock, Mich. 1854 

Parsons, Wlllard, Tribune B'ding, N. Y. 1872 
Partridge, Ernest C, Shoreham. Vt. 11, 848 
Partridge, Horace E., Pomona, Tenn. 388 
Partridge, Lewis C, Hague, N. Y. 1860 

Pasco, Martin K., Berea, Ky. 1869 

Paskc, WUliam J.,Verona,Montclair, N. J. 276 
Patch, Isaac P., Bedfield, 8. D. 1877 

FatcheU, Charles T., Bay City, Mich. 220 

Patchell, WUliam T., Pueblo, Colo. 98 

Paton, Lewis B^ Hartford, Ct. 61, 1890 

Paton, Robert, Brandon, Wis. 360, 8 

Patrick, Henry J., Newtonville, Mass. 208 
Patten, Arthur B., So. Hadley. Mass. 11, 212 
Patten, Moses, Hooksett, N. H. 1860 

Patten, William A., Kingston, N. H. 1858 
Patterson, Geo. W., 8t. Johnsbury E., Vt. 848 
Patterson, Samuel C, Lodi, Cal. 88 

Patton, Carl 8.. Auburn, Me. 178 

Patton, Cornelius H., St. Lonis, Mo. 11, 252 
Patton, Myron O., Newburyport, Mass. 206 
Paul, Benjamin F., Ivanhoe, Ul. 1886 

Paulu, Anton, Vining, lo. 162 

Pazton, Robert F., Correctionville, lo. 150 
Pay, €ieorge F., Easton, Pa. 1859 

Payne, Charles A., Berlin, Wis. 860 

FftSme, William B., Friend, Neb. 258 

Peabody, Albert B., West Acton, Mass. 1860 
Peabody, Charles, Pasadena, Cal. 1845 

Peabody, Henry E., New Haven, Ot. 108 

Peacock. Richard M., Milton, N. H. 1880 

Pearse, Franklin F., Nordhoff, Cal. 00 

Pearce, Isaae A., Knoxville, Tenn. 1870 

Pearson, Arthur H., ^.,Northfleld,Mimi. 1880 
Pearson, James B., Montclair, N. J. 1860 



Pearson, John L., Alpine, Cal. 1899 

Pearson, Samuel, Gafesburg, Mich. 226 

Pearson, Thomas J., Heringlon, Kan. 1877 
Pease, Charles, Long Beach, Cal. 1896 

Pease, Clarence H., 8. Killlngly, Ct. 106 

Pease, Edmund M., A. B, C. F, M, 385 

Pease, Frank W., Alma, Neb. 1889 

Pease, William, AnUgo, Wis. 360 

Pease, William P., Bladen, Neb. 164, 8 

Peck, Charles H., N. Bennington, Vt. 842 

Peck, Henry P.. Milford, N. H. 272 

Peck, William J., Corona. N. Y. 1881 

Peden, Anthony, Moore, N. C. 298, 4 

Pedersen, Jens. H., Hoboken, N. .J. 276 

Pedersen, Ludwig J., Danway, 111. 132 

Peebles, David, Bountiful. U. 340 

Peebles, George, Shenandoah, lo. 160 

Peel, William T., Washington, D. C. 1881 
Peet, Lyman P., A. B, C. F. M. 385 

Pelfers, Aaron B. , Douglas, Mass. 1855 

Pegmm, Robert, Watertown, Ct. 114 

Peloubet, Francis N., Aubumdale, Mass. 1857 
Pelton. George A., Stony Creek. Ct. 1865 

Penfield, S.,3844 Wyandotte St., K.C., Mo. 1849 
Penman, John 8., Bangor, Me. 178 

Penney, Edgar J., iV., Tuskegee, Ala. 1880 
Penniman, AUbrd B., Adams, Mass. 190 

Penniman, Andrew O., Dunkirk, Ind. 144 
Penniman. Henry M., Berea, Ey. 1884 

Pennock, Benj. W., New Bedford, Mass. 1888 
Penrose, 8. B. L., iV., Walla Walla, Wn. 1890 
Pents, Julius W., Paris, N . Y. 11, 286 

Percival, Charles H. , Terre Haute. Ind. 146 
Perkins, Ariel E. P., Worcester, Mass. 1844 
*Perkins, Benjamin F., E. Walpole, Mass. 214 
Perkins, Charles E., Keosauqua, lo. 156 

Perkins, Edgar, Wolcott, N. Y. 1845 

Perkins, Eliza B., Hastings, Neb. 1898 

Perkins, Francis R., Oakland, Cal. 1860 

Perkins, G«orge G., Rodney, lo. 160 

Perkins, Henry M., Union, Me. 188 

Perkins, Henry P., A, B. C. F, M. 385 

Perkins, James C, A, B. C. F, M, 886 

Perkins, Sidney K., W. Springfield, Mass. 216 
Perkins, Sidney K. B., Raynham, Mass. 210 
Perks, Harry, Adin, Cal. 86 

Perrin, J. Newton, Sanbomton, N. H. 12, 274 
Perry, Alfred T., Hartford, Ct. 61, 1886 

Perry, Charles A., Falmouth, Mass. 1882 

Perry, Cyrus M., Bolton, Ct. 100 

Perry, D. Bralnerd, /V., Crete, Neb. 1871 
Perry, Frank 8^ EarivUle, 111 . 132 

Perry, G«orge H., Pocatello, Ida. 98 

Perry, George H., Lakeville, Mass. 202 

Perry, Henry T., A, B. €, F, M. 386 

Perry, Lawrence, Greenwich, Mass. 200 

Perry, Lewis E., Gilsum, N. H. 268 

Perry, Peter W., Western SprinM, 111. 1856 
Perry, Truman 8., Waterford, Me. 188 

Pershing, James E., Pierce City, Mo. 252 

Peterson, Anders J., New Haven, Ct. 108 

Peterson, Carl J.^. Berkshire, Vt. 842, 6 
Peterson, Hans, Washburn, Wis. 870 

Peterson, John, Clear Lake, Wis. 860 

Peterson, Matbias, Aberdeen. Wn. 854 

Pettee, James H., A. B. C. F, M. 386 

Pettibone, Charles H., Denver, Colo. 96 

Pettigrew, Nina D., Spearfish, 8. D. 1894 

Pettigrew, Julius D., Austin, Tex. 840 

Pettit, Samuel A., Alma, Neb. 1876 

Peyton, Frank, Norris City, 111. 11, 186 

Pharr, Theodore A.,Hilton, Ala. 82, 120 

Phelps, Charles H., B. Smithfleld, Pa. 1880 
Phelps, Edwin, CoUamer, 8. D. 1894 

Phelps, Frederick B., Whiting, Vt. 1870 

Phelps, Lawrence, Leominster, Mass. 202 

Philbrook, Charles E., Honlton, Or. 820 

Philbrook, Nathan P.. Sprinsfield, Mass. 1854 
*Philipson, Christian, New Haven, Ct. 108 
Phillips, Charles H., Jamestown, N. D. 206, 8 



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Phillips, Ellsworth W., Woroester, Mass. 218 

PhiUipB, George W., Rutland, Vt. 848 

PhlUipa, John, San Pranclsoo, Oal. 1871 

Phillips, John W., Oakland, Oal. 90 

rPhiliips, Sem, deceased, 29 

Phillips, Thomas D., Lorain, O. 806 

Phillips, Watson L., New Haven, Ot. 108 

Phillips, William I., Wheaton, 111. 1876 
*PhiIllps, William O., Monnt Dora, Fla. 120 
Phipps,0.a., Newton Highlands, Mass. 1868 

Phipps, William H., Prospect, Ot. 110 

Pickett, Cyras, Northampton, Mass. 1867 

Pickle, Henry B., Onthrie, Ok. 1887 

Pierce, Albert B., Solsberry, Ind. 146 

Pierce, Albert F., Oampello, Mass. 12, 104 

Pierce, Charles M., An burn, Mass. . 190 

Pierce Charles P., B. Douglas, Mass. 11, 196 

Pierce, David F., South Britain, Ct. 1888 

Pierce, George J., Phillipston, Mass. 1872 

Pierce, Leroy M., Medfleld, Mass. 204 

Pierce, Lucius M^ Riceville, lo. 156, 60 

Pierce, Nathan W. Pinokney, Mich. 1869 

Pierce. Robert S., Loomis, Neb. 264 

Pierce, William, Eirkland. 111. 134 

♦Pierpont, John, Williamsburg, Mass. 11, 216 

Pierson, Isaac, Medford, Mass. 204 

Pike, Alpheus J., Sauk Center^ Minn. 1859 

Pike, Clarence, Mansfield Center, Ct. 106 

Pike, Ezra B.. Abington, Ot. 110 

Pike, John, Rowley, Mass. 1888 

Pile, Francis, Bolton, Ot. 1896 

Pillsbury, Hervey G , Chicopee, Mass. 196 

Pinch, Pearse, Springfield, Mo. 262 

Plngree, Arthur J., Pigeon Cove, Mass. 11, 210 

Pinkerton, Adam, Arena, Wis. 1869 

Pinkerton, William B.. Newell, lo. 168 
Pipes, Abner M., iy., Nnra Springs, lo. 1876 

Pitkin, Paul H., Springfield, Mass. 1866 

Pitkin, Horace T., A. B. C. F, M, 886 

Pitman, Travis, Glenmore, Ga. 1882 

Pitts, Eddy T., Falmouth. Mass. 198 

Pixley, Stephen C, A, B. C. F, M. 886 

Plant, George E., Arena, Wis. 360, 6 
Planvinv, Laforest H.. New OrIeans,La. 11, 176 

Plass, Norman, Providence, R. L 1886 

Piatt, D wight H., Smith Center, Kan. 12, 170 

PlaU. Henry D., Franklin, Neb. 1851 
[Piatt, Jeremiah B., deceased. 

Plait, Lester B. [N. J.] 1877 

[Piatt, M. Fayette, deceased, 20 

Plumb, Albert H., Rozbury, Mass. 192 

Plamb, Albert H., jr., Pera. Mass. 210 

Plumb, Joseph C, J^lin, Mo. 1869 

fPlumer, Alexander R., deceased, 29 

Foeton, Josiah, Taylor, Neb. 264 

Pogne, John A.. Kensington. N. H. 1896 
Pomemus, Cornelius H., Middlebnsh,N.J.188l 

Poling, Daniel V.,Tfae Dalles, Or. 820 
Pollard, George A., Grand Rapids, Mich. 1855 

Pollard, Samuel W. , PostvlUe. lo. 160 
Pomeroy, Edward N., Wellesley, Mass. 1868 
Pond, Benjamin W., Washington, D. O. 1862 

Pond, Chaunoey N., Oberlln. O. 808 

Pond, Evarts W., Sheffield, Mass. 11, 212 

Pond, William C, San Francisco, Oal. 92 

Poole, Charles E., Mt. tiewett. Pa. 1888 

Poole, Francis A., Topsfield, Mass. 214 

Poor, William G., Keene, N. H. 1886 

Pope, Charles H., Cambridge, Mass. 192 

Pope, Howard W., New Haven, Ot. 1874 

Pope, Joseph, Columbus, Mont. 256 

Porter, Aaron, Salem, Mass. 1860 

Porter, Edward C, Watertown, Mass. 214 

Porter, Edward G., Dorchester, Mass. 1868 

Porter, Elbert S., Bridgewater, Mass. 104 

*Port«r, Elijah, Bastover, S. O. 820 

Porter, Frank 0., Pf,, New Haven, Ct. 1805 

Porter, Giles M., MinneapoUs, Minn. 1844 

Porter, Harvey, BeirtU, Syria, 886 

Porter, Henry D., A. B. C. F, M. 886 



Porter, H., 69 Pineapple st., Br'klyn, N.Y. 278 

Porter, Henry W., Marion, Ala. 11, 82 

Porter, John S.. A. B. C. F. M. 886 

Porter, Samuel F., Wahpeton, N. D. 1836 

Porter, T. Arthur, Lone Rock, Wis. 864 

Porter. WillUm. iV., Beloit, Wis. 1847 

Post, Aurelian, Bristol 0«'nter, N. Y. 278 

Post, Aurelian H., Tolland. Ot. 112 

Post, George H., Lafollette, Tenn. 888 

Post, Martin, Atlanta, Ga. 1862 

Post, Roswell O., Conneaut. O. 304 

Post, W. Stanley, Wapping, Ot. 112 
Potter, Edwln.342 Hancock st.,Brooklyn. N.Y. 

Potter, Frank C, MIddleton. Ct. 1870 

Potter, L. Eugene, Toledo, lo. 162 

Pottle, William A., New Hampton, lo. 158 

Potwin, Lemuel S., iy., Cleveland, O. 1860 

Potwln, William 8., Independence. lo. 1872 

Pound, William H., Cortland, N. Y. 280 

Povey, Jes«e, Lake Linden, Mich. 228 

Powell, Gregory J., Sayvllle, N. F. 288 

Powell. Isaac P., Grand Rapids, Mich. 1868 

Powell, Richard, Elwood, Ind. 144 

Powelson, Alfred P.. ^., Tacoma, Wn. 1875 

Power, John G., Hastings, Neb. 1887 

Pratt, D. Butler, Brooklyn, N. Y. 280 

Pratt, Dwigbt M., Auburndale, Mass. 1880 

Pratt, Ernest, Willsville, Kan. 172 

Pratt, George H., Sterling, Mass. 214 

Pratt, Horace, Northfield, Vt 1849 

Pratt, Lewellyn, Norwich, Ot. no 

Pratt, Maffee, Hartford, Ct. 1887 

Pratt, N. Miller, Brooklyn, N. Y. 284 

Pratt, Parsons S., Dorset, Vt. 844 

Pratt, Richard, Haticoy, Oal. 94 

Pratt, Theodore C, Candia, N. H. 266 

Preiss, John M., Endleott, Wn. 354 
Prentice, D wight N., Greenfield Hill, Cl. 1884 

Prentiss, Q«orge F.. New Haven, Ct. 108 

Prentiss, Norman A. . Bvanston, 111. 1878 
Prentiss, Wm. C, Poqnonock, Ct. 11, 114 

Prescott, Evelyn J. , Greenville, Me. 182 

Prescott, Matthew, Lamar, Ala. 80. 2 

Pressey, Edwin 8., St. Paul, Minn. 246 

Preston, Bryant C, Whitewater, Wis. 370 

Preston, Charles L.. Waldron, Mich. 1882 

Preston, Charles W., Oariis, Neb. 258 

Preston, Edwin T., Baxter, 10. 1856 

Preston, Hartwell L., Sioux City, lo. 160 

Preston, Ira M., Marietta, O. 1848 

Preston, Jared R., Kinderhook, Mich. 224, 8 

Preston, Joseph P.,Warrensburg, 111. 144 

Preston, Marcus N., Hinsdale, 111. 134 

Preston, Rllev L. D., Saginaw, Mich. 1878 

Preston, William F., Augusta, Mich. 220 

Price, Charies W., A. B. O, F, M, 886 

Price, Frank M., A. B. G. F. M, 386 

Price, Thomas M., Iowa Falls. lo. 164 

Pride, Edward W., Andover, Mass. 1869 

*PrincelLJohn G., Shafer, Minn. 240 

Pringle, Henry N., Eastport, Me. 180 

Prior, Arthur B., Baroda, Mich. 220 
[Prior, Isaac R., deceased. 

Pritchard, David E., Rome, N. Y. 1853 

Pritchard, William S., Qathee, Oan, 1808 

Proctor, Henry H., Atlanta, Chi. 1894 

Provost, Joseph, Torrington, Ot. 112 

Prncha, John, Cleveland, O. 802 
Prudden, Theodore P., W. Newton, Mass. 208 
Pnddef6ot,Wm. G.,S. Framingham, Ms.48,1880 

Pullan, Frederick B., Providence, R. I. 828 

Purdue, Roland W. JProphetotown, HI. 188 

Putnam, Frank C, Walpole, Mass. 214 

Putnam, George A., Millbury, Mass. 206 

Putnam, Hiram B., Derry, N. H. 268 

Putnam, Holden A., Hudson, Mich. 228 

Pyle, Hesekiah Ln Glean, N. Y. 286 

Qnaife, Robert, Toledo, O. 1851 

Quataebaum. Wilkes H., Rochelle, G*. 1888 

Queen, Oharles N., Rootstown, O. 80& 



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[1899. 



Qnhnby, Joseph L., Oardiner, Me. 18S 

Qnlziey, Elmer P., Omaha, Neb. 1808 

Qnlnt, John H., Rochester, Mass. 11, 210 

Kaokett, B. Irving, Orleans, Mass. 208 

*RackUffe, Almon J., Hudson, Mass. 202, 8 
Bader, William, San Francisco, Oal. 92 

Badford, Walter, Bowdle, 8. D. 330 

Bae, Robert L., Brockton, Mass. IM 

Baebum, Geo. W., Arcade, N. Y. 278 

Bagland, Fountain O^. Wilmington, N. O. 204 
*Ralche, Engene L., Haverhill, Mass. 200 

Rain, James W., Dayton, O. 11, 804 

Balph, Wm. J. C, Mazomanie, Wis. 300 

Bamage, James, Booth Brewer, Me. 178 

^Ramsay, Wm. G., St. Char]es,Minn.ll, 2. 246 
Rarosdell, F. B ., Oambridgeport, Mass. 104 
Band, Frank E., Woodstock, Ot. 1882 

Band, Wilbnr, Norwich, Mass. 1883 

Band, WiUiam A., South Seabrook, N. H. 274 
Bandall, Fred. D., Mulliken, Mich. 280 

Bandall, Winfield B., Rochester, N. H. 12, 272 
Bankin, Isaac O., Peekskill. N. Y. 1880 

Bankin, J.Bames, iV.^ashington,D.0. 1864 
Banney, William W., Hartford, Ot. 104 

Banalow, Eugene J., Bwanton, Vt. 12, 846, 8 
Bansom, Oharles N., A, B, C, F, M, 886 

Bansom, George R., Southern Pines, N. 0. 204 
Batcliffe, Oharles A., N. AtUeboro, Mass. 208 
Bathbone, Leland D., Santa Rosa, Oal. 04 
Bathbun, Mrs. Annis A., Syracuse, N.Y. 1800 
Batliff, Joseph, Lyons, Ean. 1876 

Bawson, Edward K., Washington, D. O. 1872 
Bawson, George A., S. Los Angeles, Oal. 18e0 
Bay, Benj. E., Nekoosa, Wis. 11, 366 

Bay, Geo. W., Oripple Oreek, Oolo. 96 

Baynolds. George O., A. B, 0, F. Jf. 886 

Bayon. Thomas F., Palermo, Oal. 86, 00, 4 
Bea, John T., Exeter, N. H. 1873 

Beam, WiUiam T., Oumberland, Wis. 362 
Beaves, Rollins L., Oooee, Fla. 1867 

Bedeos. Biohard, Sherman, Mich. 1861 

Bedfield, Oharles, Vernon Oenlei, Ot. 1860 
Bedfleld, Oharles P., Winter Park, Fla. 120 
Bedgrave, Oharles O., Esthervllle, lo. 1886 
Bedlon, Amos, Augusta, Me. 1842 

Beed, Arthur T., Oberlin, O. 1874 

Beed, Ohas. F., 6630DrezeI ave.,Oh'go,Ilia873 
Beed, David A., Springfield, Mass. 1881 

Beid, David O., Leicester, Mass. 202 

Beed, Edward A., Holyoke, Mass. 202 

Beed, Ernest B., Lamoille, lo, 166 

Bead, Eugene B., Lockport, lU. 136 

*Reed, Frank, Jacksonville, lU. 1888 

Reid, Francis W., Olayton, Oal. 11, 86 

Beed, Frank H., Lanesville, Mass. 198 

Beed, George H., Ooncord, N. H. 11, 266 
Beed, George W., Fort Yates, N. D. 206, 382 
Bead, James L., Orested Butte. Oolo. 96 

Beid John H., Bellows Falls, Vt. 11, 348 

Beed, Marion D., Gleuwood, lo. 164 

Beid, Matthew D., Orary, N. D. 296 

[Reed, Myron W., deceased. 
Bees, G^eorge M., Northfield, N. Y. 280 

[Rees, Henry, deceased, 30 

Bees, Luther^ Paris, Tex. 48, 840 

Rees, Rees J., Amot, Pa. 322 

Reese, Pleasant H., Teagle, Ga. 1876 

Reese, Thomas P., Epiphany, S. D. 880 

Beeve, John O., Oole Oamp, Mo. 260 

Reeves, Oharles E., Falrport, N. Y. 282 

Beinhold, Franklin P.,Holyoke.Mas8. 11, 1898 
Beitenger, Philip, Silver Lake, Minn. 240, 6 
Belter, David H., Vicksburg, Mich. 1863 

Beitzel, John R., Ohicago, Hi. 1877 

Belyea, Bei^. J., Gleubrook^. 1848 

Bemele, Wm. A., Olympia, Wn. 866 

Benshaw, James B., Spokane, Wn. 1879 

Benshaw, William E., Hinsdale, N. H. 270 
"^Beoch, Adam, New York Oity, 284 

Bezford, George W., Sycamore, HI. 140 



Beynolds, O., 384 W. 69th pi., Ohicago, HI. 128 
Beynolds, George W., Gorham, Me. 182 

Beynolds, Lauriston, Bedfield, S. D. 884 

[Reynolds, William T., deceased. 
Bice, Augustus M.. Bturbridge, Mass. 214 
Rice, Austin, Walla Walla, Wn. 868 

Rioe, Oharles B., Danvers, Mass. 1869 

Rice, Oharles W., Pinckney, Mich. 226, 32 
Rice, Edwin W., Philadelphia, Pa. 1860 

Kice, Francis M., Lamar, Ala. 82 

Rioe, George G^ Oouncil Bluffs, lo. 1861 

Rioe, Oilman, Washington, N. H. 274 

Rioe, Guy H., NewcasUe, Neb. 268. 60 

Rioe, John H. J., Alton, 111. 126 

Rice, Othello V., Los Angeles, Oal. 1877 

Rice, Walter, Agawam, Mass. 190 

Rice, William A., Newark, N. J. 276 

Rich, Alonzo B., Short Hills, N. J. 1846 

Rich, Oharles 8., Stockbridge, Mass. - 214 

Rich, Ulysses G., Dickinson, N. D. 296 

Richards, Oharles H^ Philadelphia, Pa. 824 
Richards, Emanuel, Kansas Oity, Ean. 1872 
Richard8.F.B.,W.84thst.,N.Y'k,N.Y. 12, 1891 
♦Richards, Gewrge 8., W. Hartland, Ot. 100, 6 
Richards, Howard A. N., Unionvllle, 0. 808, 10 
Richards, J. A., Altoona, Kan. 164. 170, 2 

Richards, Jehlel S., W. Brooksville, Me. 180 
Richards, ThonuM O., Higganum, Ot. 104 

Richards, WUliam J., WUkes Barr«, Pa. 826 
Richardson, Albert M., Lawrence, Kan. 1847 
Richardson, Ohas. A^ Louisville, Kan. 168 
Richardson, Gyrus, Nashua, N. H. 272 

Richardson, Daniel W.. Chatham, Mass. 194 
Richardson, David A., Bloomer, Wis. 360, 2, 8 
Richardson, Frank H., Hutchinson, Minn. 242 
Richardson, Henry L., Racine, Wis. 1886 

Richardson, Henry M., Neponset^l. 136 

Richardson, John B., Hiawatha, Kan. 1880 
Richardson, John P., Dracut, Mass. 196 

Richardson, Martin L., Montague, Mass. 206 
Richert, Oomelius, Lincoln, Neb. 1891 

Richie, David H., Mondovi, Wis. 1889 

Richmond. George O., Bomersville, Ot. 11, 112 
Richmond, George L., Amesbury, Mass. 190 
Richmond. James,N.Londonderry,N.H.12, 270 
Ricker, Albert B., Ohadron, Neb. 266, 8 

Ricker, George S., Faribault, Minn. 240 

Ricketts, Oh^ries H., Norwich, Ot. 11, 110 

Bideout, Bates S., Norway, Me. 184 

Riedinger, Jacob P. JElyrla, O. 1876 

Rlgby, William E., Kewaunee, Wis. 364 

Riggs, Alfred L., Santee Agency, Neb. 1868 
Rlggs, Ohas . B.,Pinhook Landing, Tenn. 1888 
Riggs, Oharles H., Bristol, Ot 1869 

Riggs, Ezra J., Fitchburg, Mass. 1879 

Riggs, Geo. W., Lakeview, Mich. 228, 84 

Rlggs, Thomas L.. Oahe, B. D. 384 

Riley, Oharles A., Fairmount, Ind. 144 

Rindell, Gilbert, 216 Oal. av., Ohlcago,Hl. 1874 
Risberg, Fridolf ,26 Ogden av. .Ohicago Jll. 1874 
Risser, Henry A., St. Paul, Minn. 246 

Ritchie, George, Salt Lake City, U. 340 

Rives, Oharles J., Guthrie, Ok. 813, 4, 

Robb, William B., Salt Lake Oity, U. 1894 
Bobbins, Anson H. [S. D.j 1870 

Bobbins, Benson 0., Crystal, Mich. 224, 86 
Bobbins, Horace H., Grlnnell, lo. 1874 

Robbins, J. Clarke, San Jos^, Oal. 1801 

Robbing, Silas W., Hartford, Ot. 1868 

Roberts, Edward, Java, N. Y. 282 

Roberts, Griffith, Big Rock, HI. 1860 

Roberto. Harry P., Iowa City, lo. 168 

Roberts, Henry B., Torrinetott, Ot. 12, 1878 
Robberts, James F., Kingfisher, Ok. 813, 
Roberts, Jas.G.,329McDonough,Bkn.N.T. 1868 
Roberto, James H., A. B, C. F. M, 386 

Roberts, John, Petersburg, Neb. 262 

Roberts, Owen W., New Rockford, N. D. 298 
Roberto, Peter, Olyphant, Pa. 324 

Roberto, Robert E., Portland, lo. 168 



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Roberts, Thomas 8., Lawrence, Kan. 168 

Roberts, William G., Hudson, Mich. 1872 

Robertson, Albert A., Hobart, Ind. 144 
Robertson, Angus A., Aqueboflrne, N. Y. 1880 

Robertson, George, Mentone, Cal. 90 

Robertson, James G., Ohester, N. H. 266 

Robertson, William J., Bagle, Ala. 80, 2 

Robie, Bepjamin A., Grafton, Mass. 200 

Roble, Edward, Greenland, N. H. 268 

Robie, Thomas S., W. Hawley, Mass. 200 

Robinson, Alice M.. Oroville, Cal. 1896 

Robinson, Charles F., Meriden, N. H. 272 

Robinson, Edward A.,Buekland, Mass. 12, 194 

Robinson, Edwin B., Jewett City, Ct. 11, 106 

Robinson, Henry C, Newcastle, Me. 1881 

Robinson, James M., Detroit, Mich. 1874 

Robinson, Oliver T. [Colo.] 1895 

Robinson, Orrin L., Baraboo, Wis. 1887 

Robinson, Pearley J., Orono, Me. 184 
Robinson, Stephen H., Greenfield, N. H. 268 

Robinson, Thomas, Tekonsba, Mich. 1862 

Robinson, Wm. A., Middletown, N. Y, 284 

Robinson, William H., Oroville, Cal. 1892 

Robinson, William J., Webster, N. H. 274 

Robjent, Thomas S., Braddock, Pa. 11, 822 

Roblee, Henry 8.. Kenosha, Wis. 364 
Rockwood, Fred'k B., Cambridge, Mass. 1886 
Rockwood, George A., Willsburgh, Or. 320 

Rodger, James G., Benzonia, Mich. 1884 

Rodgers, Levi, Portchester, N". Y. 104 

Roe, Alvah D., Minneapolis, Minn. 1867 

Roger, George, Windham, Vt. 360 

Rogers, Alfred H., K iusas City, Mo. 1893 

Rogers, Alonzo, New Whatcom, Wn. 854, 6 

Rogers, Arthur J., Columbus, Neb. 12, 266 

Rogers, Charles H., Mason City, lo. 11. 156 

Rogers, Edson, Clndnnatus, N. 7. 1862 

Rogers, Enoch B.,Lamberton, Minn. 242 

[Rogers, John A., deceased, 80 

Rogers, Lewis G.. Buffalo, N. Y. 280 

Rogers, Osgood W., Mt. Pleasant, lo. 168 

Rogers, Samuel J., Minneapolis, Minn. 244 

Rogers, William, Peachland, Cal. 83 

{Rogers, William C, deceased, 80 

Rollins, George 8 , Davenport, lo. 160 

Rollins, John C, San Bernardino, Cal. 1883 
Rollins, Walter H , Blackstone, Mass.ll, 2, 192 

Rominger, Henry V., Crawford, Neb. 256 

Rondeau, Samuel P , Pall River, Mass. 198 
Rood, Francis D., Black Mountain, N. C. 1886 

Rood, John, St. Cloud. Minn. 246 

Rood, John 8., Fargo, N. D. 244, 96 

Root, Edward P. , Buer a Vista, Colo. 1876 

Root, Edward T., Providence, R. I. 328 

Root, F. Stanley, New Haven, Ct. 1881 

Roper, C. Fremont, Winchester, N. H. 274 

Roper, Eiyah H-, Westford, Mass. 216 
Ropes, Charles J. H.. iV:,Bangor,Me. 66, 1877 
Ropes, William L., Andover, Mass. 65, 1863 

Rose, Charles G., Joppa, Mich. 228 

Rose, Edwin, Truro, Jf, 8. 1874 

Rose, George W., Denver, Colo. 1877 

Rose, Henry T., Northampton, Mass. 208 

Rose, Lnroan P., Orland, Ind. 1874 

Rose, Samuel, Reed's Ferry, N. H. 270 

[Rose, William F.. deceased, 30 

kosenberger, Henry C, Perry, lo. 160 

Ross, David C, Halifax, AT. S, 1896 

Ross, James H., Cambridge, Mass. 1878 

Ross, John A., Hampton, N. H. 268 

Ross, William H., Winnebago, 111. 142 

Rotoh, Caleb L., Lincoln. Me. 180, 2 

Rothrock, Edgar 8., Cleveland, O. 802 
Ronse, Clarence W.. 8. Sudbury, Mass. 214 

Rouse, Fred. T., Appleton, Wis. 860 
[Ronse, Thomas H., deceased. 

Rowe, Alfred L., Ebensburg, Pa. 322 

Rowe, George C, Charleston, 8. C. 320 

Rowe, James, Chester Center, lo. 160 

Rowe, Wm. H., Deer River, N. Y. 280 



Rowell, John A., Mondovi, Wis. , 866 

Rowell, Joseph, Los Angeles, Cal. 1860 

Rowell, Nathan L.. Sta. G, Los Angeles, Cal. 90 
Rowland, George M., A. B. C. F. M. 386 

Rowland, John H., Waupun, Wis. 370 

Rowland, Levi P., Ann Arbor. Mich. 1896 
Rowland, Lyman 8., Lee, Mass. 202 

[Rowland, Samuel, deceased. 
Rowley, Charles H., Townsend, Mass. 1881 
Rowley, George B., Alexandria Bay,N.Y.1844 
Rowley, Loveland T., Danville, lo. 1860 

Rowley, Ralph A., Portland, Or. 62, 1890 

Roy, J. E., 153 La Salle, Chicago, 111. 60, 1868 
Royce, LeRoy, Galesburg, 111. 1868 

Rubinkam, N.I., 5686 Madison, Chicago,Ill. 128 
Ruddock, Charles A.,St.Louls Park,Minn. 1861 
Ruddock, Edward N., Villard, Minn. 1858 
Ruge, L. H. , El Reno, Ok. 11, 314 

Ruhl, Levi W., Belle Plaine, lo. 1888 

Ruland, George W., Eeene, N. H. 1871 

Runalls, John H., Roberts, [11. 188 

*Rundus, John, Crete. Neb. 268 

Runnels, Moses T., Newport, N. H. 268 

Russell, Frank, Bridgeport, Ct. 100 

Russell, Frank H., Chicago, 111. 1895 

Russell, Henry A., Winsted. Ct. 1864 

Russell, Howard H., Delaware, O. 1886 

Ryder, Charles J., Stamford, Ct. 60, 1880 

Ryder. William H., Andover, Mass. 66, 190 
Sabin, Levi P., Schaller, lo. 1872 

Saer, John B. [Me.] 1881 

Bafford, Albert A., Demorest, Ga. 1878 

Safford, Albert W., Chicago, 111. 128 

Sage, Charles J., Avoea, Neb. 266 

Sailor, John, Saugatuck, Mich. 1848 

St. Aubin, Thomas S., Springfield, Mass. 212 
St. John, Bepjamin, Des Moines, lo. 1880 

Salmon, Edward P., Beloit, Wis. 1876 

Salter, Ernest J. B., Newtonville, lo. 168, 60 
Salter, William, Burlington, lo. 160 

Saltmarsh. Prank N.,W. Hartford.Vt. 11, 344, 8 
Samson, Caleb, Oak Hill, O. 808 

Sampson, Cassander C, Tllton, N. H. 274 

Samuel, liobert, Cambridge, Mass. 1869 

Sanborn, D. L.ee, Kangley, 111. 134 

Sanborn, Edward S.. Ridgebury, Ct. 110 

Sanborn, Fratk A., Wilton, Me. 188 

Sanborn, Francis W., Marblehead, Mass. 1878 
Sanborn, Frederick L. I Wyo.l 1886 

Sanbome, George E., Hartford, Ct. 1867 

Sandbrook, William, Salmon Falls, N. H. 272 
Sanders, Charles S.> A. B. C. F. M, 886 

Sanders, William H., A, B, Q. F, M, 888 

Sanderson, Horace, Denver, Colo. 48, 1892 
Sanderson, John P., Lansing, Mich. 48, 1876 
Sandford. Wm. B., Forest C^ty, lo. 162 

Sands, John D.. Belmond, lo. 148 

Sanford, Elias B., New Haven, Ct. 1809 

Sanford, John I.. Anoka, Minn 238 

Sanford, William C, Milford, Kan. 1876 

Santikian, Hohannes K., Lowell, Mass. 1898 
Sargent, Bepjamin F., Petaluma. Cal. 92 

Sargent, Chas. F., Vassalboro, Me. 188 

Sargent, Clarence S., St. Louis, Mo. 262 

Sargent, Frank D., Putnam, Ct. 110 

Sargent, George W., Alton, Kan. 164 

Sargent, James B., Hampden, Mass. 200 

Sargent, Rogf r M., St. Louis, Mo. 1862 

Sarkis, Elias J., Waubav, H. D. 1895 

Carles, Jesse E , Medf )rd, Wis. 366 

Sather, Bernard B , Portland, Me. 186 

Battler, John, Tyndall, 8. D. 62, 886 

Sanerman, William E., Cincinnati, lo. 148, 60 
Saunders, Eben E., Oberon, N. D. 208 

[Savage, Charles A., deceased. 
8avage,G.8.F., 628 Wash*n Bd./)hi'go,Ill. 1847 
Savage, John W., Bristol, N. H. 266 

Savage, John W., Stanton, Mich. 284 

Sawyer, F. Stowe, 8. Milwaukee, Wis. 868 
Sawyer, J. H., i^., Easthampton, Mass. 1888 



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8aylei, Harold F. Oak Park, lU. 1896 

Scarrow, David H., WelliDgioo, Kan. 172 
8ctaaeffer, Orant L., Oxford, Ct. 110 

Scbaefle, John M., Loa Angelea, Oal. 88. M 
Schaerer, John, New Knozville, O. 1805 

Bchanfeld, P. M. [NebJ 1884 

8chauffler, Henry A., Cleveland, O. 48, 1866 
Schaoffler, Henry P.. Berlin, Ct. 11, 100 

Bcherff, Casper F., Clinton, Maas. 196 

8chernierhom,P.,Hlgfaland 6tation,Mich.226, 8 
Bchenrle, Gottlieb, Kltsville, Wn. 856 

Bchliehter, John B., Sterling, Kan. 1878 

Schloaaer, George, Paxton, 111. 1884 

Bchnacke, Leon C, Great Bend, Kan. 166, 70 
Bchoenfeld, F. W., Bloomlngton, Wia. 360, 70 
[Scofleld, Abiahal, deceaaed, 80 

Beofield, Albert B., B. Smithfield, Pa. 320 
*8cofield, Cyras I., B. Northaeld, Mass. 208 
Behofield/William, WillUmstown,Vt. 1874 
Beofield, William C, Waabington, D. C. 1851 
Bebolander, Ferdinand, MiddTetown, Ct. 106 
Behoppe, W. Gleason, Ashland, O. 300 

Schwab, Ellas F., Lebanon, Mo. 250 

*8chwab, Segmand H., Fitcfabarg. Maas. 198 
Bchwabenland. J C, Glf n Uilin,N.D.ll, 296, 8 
Bchwarzaner, Max M., Falrford, Ala. 80 

Bchwimley. William A., David City, Neb. 268 
Bcoles, Richard, Leverett, Maas. 202 

Bcotford, Henry C, Chicago, 111. 1878 

Bcott, Andrew J., Kenwood, Cal. 88 

Boott, Charles, Reading, Mass. 1854 

Bcott, Darius B., Sioux Falls, S. D. 884 

Bcott, Edward E., chelby, Ala. 1892 

Bcott, Knos B., Onekama, Mich. 1882 

Bcott, George,. Neligh, Neb. 1877 

Bcott, George H., Atkinaon, N. H. 266 

Bcott, George R. W., Leominster, Maas. 18fl8 
Scott, H. M., 520 W. Adams, Ch'go, 111.59, 1874 
Bcott, James W., Janesville, Wis. 1868 

Bcott, John J., Anniston, Ala. 84 

[Scott, Nelson, deceased. 
Bcott, Willard, Worcester. Mass. 11, 2. 52, 218 
Bcovill, Edgar E., Cfaillicothe, O. 306. 10 

Bcoville, Samuel, Stamford, Ct. 112 

Bcroggs, Joseph W., Rogers, Ark. 1870 

Bcadder, Doremus, Wobuni, Mass. 218 

Seudder, John L., Jersey City, N . J. 276 

Bcudder, Wm. H.., Tacoma, \\ n. 358 

Boudder, Wm. W., Jr., Alameda, Cal. 86 

Beabury, Joseph B., Dedham, Mass. 196 

Seagrave, James C., Hinsdale, Mass. 1851 

Bearles, Geo. R., Hancock, Minn. 240, 2 

Bearles, Wilbur G., Ottawa, Kan. 170 

Beaver, Charles U., Harrls^in, Mich. 226 

Beaver, Norman, Montpelier, Vt. 346 

[Seaver, William R., deceased. 31 

Beccombtf; Charles, Springfield, S. D. 1850 
Beccombe, Chas. H., Sibley, lo. 160 

Sedgwick, Arthur H., Belle Plalne. lo. 148 
Sedgwick, E. C, 65 Orange St., Brooklyn.N.Y. 
Seelye, L. Clark, /V., Northampton, Mass. 1863 
Seeley, Nicholas J., Avon, Ct. • 1853 

*8eeley. William T . Gait, lo. 11, 152 

Seelye, Samuel T., Easthampton, Mass. 1864 
Seibert, Albert E., Howard City, Mich. 222, 8 
Selbert. J. Addison, Oberlln, O. 1894 

Seibert, Samuel S.. Carson City, Mich. 222 
Sell, Herman, Burlington, Ci. 100 

Selby, A Clark, DeLong, 111. 182 

Selden, Joseph H., Elgin, 111. 132 

Sell, Henry T., 363 Oakley av., Chicago, III. 130 
Sengstacke, John H. H., SHvannah, Ga. 124 
Senior, Herbert I., Waldoboro, Me. 1868 

Setsee, Daniel M., EvarU, Ky. 174 

Severance, Chas. N., Garden City, Kan. 1888 
Severance, Claude M.. Cleveland, O. 302 

Severance,Mllton L.,BenDiDgton Center,Vt.342 
Sevier, Samuel S., Greensboro, N. C. 293. 4 
Sewall, B. Frank, Perry, Ok. 314 

Bewail, David B., South Berwick; Me. 1842 



Bewail, John L., N. Brookfleld, Maaa. 208 
Sewall, John 8., Bangor, Me. 66, 1860 

SewaU, Jotham B ..Boston , Mass. 1866 

Bewail, Oliver D.; Br jokline, Maaa. 194 

Beward, Arthur L., Ciaremont, Cal. 1878 

Seward, Dwight M.^S. Norwalk, Ct. 1886 

Seymour, Bela N., Washington, D. O. 1856 
Seymour, Charles R., Bennington, Vt. 342 
Seymour, Bdward P., Wendell, Maaa. 216 

Shannon, Wm. H., Wayne. Mich. 236 

Sharp, John, Mannsvllle, N. Y. 284 

Sharp, Bobert W., Orange, N. J. 1880 

Shatto, Charles R. , DnnvlUe, lo. 150 

Shattnck, Calvin S., Memphis, Mich. 1849 

Shaw, Benj. J. H , HarUand, Wis. 364 

Shaw, Edwin S., Cooperstown, N. D. 296 

Shaw, Edwin W., Middieville, Mich. 1858 

•Shaw, Gilbert A., SUnwlch, Ct. 104 

Shaw. Henry H., Marlboro, Vt. 346 

Shaw, John T.^^., Oberlln, O. 1885 

Shaw, Judson W., Falmouth, Me. 1887 

Shaw, William B., Arkansas aty, Kan. 164 
SheafT, Robert L., Barton, Vt. 842 

Shear, A. Lincoln, St. Louis. Mo. 252 

Shearer, Herman A., Roseland, La. 176 

Sheffield, DeveUo Z., A. B. O, F, M, 886 

Sheldon, Charles F., Enid, Ok 814 

Sheldon, Charles M., Topeka, Kan. 170 

Sheldon, Harry D., Wellington, O. 310 

Sheldon, Stewart, Topeka, Kan. 1854 

Shelton, Charles W., Nor walk, Ct. 48, 1881 
Bhepard, Herman T., San Francisco, Cal. 92 
Shepherd, Alexander, Toronto, Ont. 1897 

Shepherd, Samuel, Maquoketa, lo. 166 

Sherk, Abram B., Toronto^ Ont. 1861 

Sherman, Andrew M., Morrlstown, N. J. 1888 
Sherman, Barker B., Medford, Mass. 12, 1880 
[Sherman, Chas. S., deceased. 
Sherman, Floyd £., Topeka. Kan. 1879 

Bherrill, Alvan F., Park Ridge, 111. 138 

Sherrill, Dana, Hoopei-ton, III. 1873 

Sherrill, Sam'l B., Clifton Springs, N. Y. 1863 
Shield, Frederic, Pasadena, Cal. 1883 

Shingler, John J.. Colambus, O. 302 

Shipman, Frank R., AndoVer, Mass. 190 

Shirley, Arthur, Stratfoid.Ct. 1872 

Sbockley, Albert D., Belle Fourche, 8. D. 380 
Shoemaker, Elmer E , New Haven, Ct. 1894 
Shot- maker, Henderson C, Fredonia, Kan. 166 
Short, Wallace M., Evansville, Wis. 362 

Short, Wm. H., Spring Valley, Wis. 368 

Show, Arley B., Menlu Park, Cal. 1884 

Bhull, Gilbert L., La Fayette. Colo. 96 

Shnltz, Jacob K., Parkersburff, lo. 158. 62 
Sbuman, Henry A., Ulynses, Neb. 264 

Sburtleff,Erne8t W., Minneapolis.Mlnn. 12, 242 
Sllcox, John B., Sacramento, Cal. 92 

Slier, William J., Brown, Ok. 314 

Simmons, Abraham, Birmingham, Ala. 80 
Simmons, Daniel A., Crestview, Fla. 118 

Simmons, Henry C, Fargo, N. D. 1872 

Simmons, William B., Algunquin, 111. 11, 126 
Simmons, Zacharlah. Pekin, N. C. 294 

Simons, J. H., 876 7'2d st., Chicago, 111. ISO 
Slmpkin, Peter A., Uolbrook, Ariz. 84, 265 
Simpson, Alexander, Amboy, 111. 140 

Simpson, Charles, Chatham, O. 302, 6 

Simpson, Herbert A., Washta, lo. 162 

Simpson, John W., Cincinnati, O. 1879 

Simpson, Samuel, Chardon, O. 12, 300 

Sims, Frank W., Memphis, Tenn. 11, 338 

Sims, James P., High Point, N . C. 293, 4 

Sims, John R., Gadsden, Ala. 80, 2 

Sims, Josiah, Nevada City, Cal. 00 

Sims, Richard V., New Iberia, La. 176 

Sims, Thomas, Melrose, Mass. 206 

Simms, Thomas, S. Manchester, Ct. 106 

Sinclair, Carl E., Farmington, N. H. 268 

Ringer, Edwin J., San Francisco, Cal. 52, 1887 
Single, John, Butte, Neb. 266, 60, 332 



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Bink, Reuben H., Stockton, Oal. 94 

Binks, Perry W., Youngstown, O. 11, 812 

Binnett, Charles N., Spofford, N. H. 266 

Bkeele, Arthur F., PainesTille, O. 11, 808 

Bkeele, Henry ^f., Harmon, Colo. 96 
8kentelbury> Wm. H., Lake Odeasa, Mich. 228 
Bkerrye, William F., Provincetown, Mass. 1895 

Bkilea, Jamea H., Farragut, lo. 162 

Skillinga, Robert B., Portland, N. Y. 286 

Skinner, Charles L., Haverhill, N. H. 270 

Skinner, David E., Milford, lo. 1886 

Skinner. Edward, Valley Falls, Ejtn. 172 

Black, Ezra A., Brookline, Mass. 1881 

Slack, Henry L., Bethel, Ct. 100 

Blade, William, E. Hampton, Ct. 102 

Slasor, Leroy V., North Yakima, Wn. 866 

Slater, Charles, OnUrio, III. 188 
Sleeper, Henry D.. Northampton, Mass. 1891 

Sleeper. William T., Worcester, Mass. 1854 

Sleeper, WUliam W., Beloit, Wis. 360 

Sloan, Alex., Groveland, Mass. 200 

Slocombe, Samuel, San Francisco, Cal. 92 

Slocum, George M. D., Muscatine, lo. 168 
Blocum, Wm. F., iV.,Colo. Springs, Colo. 1878 

Slyfleld, Frederic A., Orchard, lo. 168. 62 

Small, Andrew J., Machiasport, Me. 1895 

Small, Charles H., Springfield, O. 810 
Small, Fred.L.,Northwood Narrows.N.H. 1888 

•Small, Henry E., Goshen, Ct. 104 

Small, Uriel W., W. Lteds, Me. 1859 

Smalley, A. L., Jamestown, N. Y. 282 

Smart, George T., Manchester, Vt. 846 

Smart, Isaac C, Pittstield, Mass. 210 

Smart, William S., Brandon, Vt. 842 

Smedlev, Willis E. [R. I.] 12, 1892 

Smldt, Helmer T., Chicago, 111. 128 

'^Smiley, Elmer E., Laramie, Wyo. 1891 

Smiley, James D., Houth Britain, Ct. 112 
Smiley, Samuel R., Lisbon Center, N. Y. 284 

Smith, Albert D., Northburo, Mass. 208 

Smith, Allen J., Marlboro, N. H. 12, 270 

Smith, Andrew J., South Bend, Wn. 858 

Smith, Arthur, Plermont, N. H. 1886 

Smith. Arthur H., A. B.C. F. M. 386 

Smith, Azro A., East Barre, Vt. 1864 

Smith, Burrttt A., Worcester, Mass. 1866 

Smith, Charles B., W. Medford, Mass. 1848 
8mith,Charies 0.153 La Salle St.,Ch'go,I11.1894 

Smith, Charles H., Plymouth, Ct. ' 110 

[Smith, Charles S., deceased, 31 

Smith, Clifford H., Pittsford, Vt. 848 

Smith, Edward G., Epplng, N. H. 268 

Smith, Edward H., Oshkosh, Wis. 866 

Smith, Edward L., Pari9^ France, 12, 1890 

Smith, Edwin, Ballardvale, Mass. 190 

Smith, Edwin B., Louisville, Kan. 168 

Smith, Edwin G., Princeton, 111. 1850 

Smith, Edwin R., Farmington, Me. 182 

Smith, E. Sinclair, Angola, Ind. 144 
Smyth, Egbert a, PA, Andover, Mass. 65, 190 
[Smith, Elijah P., deceased. 

Smith, Ephraim, Schriever, La. 176 

Smith, Esther, Wadena, Minn. 1893 

Smith, Ezra N., N. Falmouth, Mass. 198 

Smitb, Felix G., Ogden, Tenn. 338 

Smith, Frank G., Peoria, 111. 138 
Smith, F. H., 6700 Honore St., Chicago, 111.1877 

Smith, G. Ernest, Sauk Center, Minn. 246 
[Smith, George, deceased. 

Smith, George, Whitewater, Wis. 1868 

Smith, George H., Wheaton, 111. 140 

Smith, George H., Brooklyn, N. Y. 280 

Smith, George H., Dodd, Tex. SiO 

Smith, George L., Red Oak, lo. 160 

Smith, Green N., Baxley, Ga. 122 

Smith, Henry H., Huntington. Mass. 1873 

Smith, Henry M.. Emporia, Kan. 1858 

Smith, Henry P., Amherst, Mass. 190 

Smith, Hinds, Oberlin, O. 1871 

♦Smith, Howard N., Cleburne, Tex. 340 



Smith, Ira A., Scotland, Mass. 194 

Smith, Isaiah P., Salem, N. H. 1864 

Smith, James C, Alexandria, Ind. 144 

Smith, James E., Minneapolis, Minn. 244 

Smith, James E., Thibodeaux, La. 176 

Smith, James R., W. Superior, Wis. 870 

Smith, John E., Fremontville, Cal. 1877 ' 

[Smith, John F., deceiised, 31 

Smith, J. Franklin [Colo.] 1893 

Smith, John H. B., Wadena, Minn. 248 
Smith, J. Lloyd, Birnamwojd, Wis. 12,860,2,6 

ISmith, John R., deceased. 82 

Smith, Jonathan G., Toniah, Wis. 370 

Smith, Joseph E., Chattanooga, Tenn. 338 
Smith, Judson, Boston, Mass. 42, 1866 

Smith, L. Adams, Yesler, Wn. 1853 

Smith, Margaret J., Tracy, Tenn. 338 

Smith, Moses, 115 S. U-avitt, Chicago, IU.1869 

Smith, Nathaniel, Lake City, Minn. 1844 

Smyth, Newman, New Haven, Ct. 108 

Smith, Orville 8., Delavan, Wis. 1874 

Smith, Oscar M., Java, N. Y. 1863 

Smith, Otierbein O., Traer, lo. 1886 

Smith, lialph J., New London, O. 1884 

Smith, Richard, Shipshewana, Ind. 146 

Smith, Samuel G.. St. Paul. Minn. 246 

♦Smith, Btephen, Lebanon, Ct. 106 

Smith, Stephen D., Orlando, Fla. 1876 

Smythe, Theobald A., Portland, Me. 186 

Smith, Thomas, Indianapolis, Ind. 144 

Smith, Thomas 8., A. B. C. F Jif, 886 

Smith, Wesley W., Portland, Ct. 110 

Smith, William, Concord, III. 12, 134 

Smith, William, Nanticoke, Pa. 824 

Smith, William A., Groton, N. Y. 282 

[Smith, William B. T, deceased, 82 

Smith, William H., Aurora. 111. 1879 

Smith, William R., Hetland. 8. D. 830, 2 

Smith, William S., Auburndale, Mass. 1664 

Smith, Zwingle H., llacine. Wis. 1890 

Smits, Bastiati, Charlotte, Mich. 222 

Sneath, Isaiah W., Franklin, Mass. 198 

Sneigrove, Andrew H., Olivet, Mich 1881 
Snell, Charles Y., Redondo Beach, Cal. 92 

Snell, Frank W., Dennysville, Me. 180, 8 

Snell, Spencer, lalladega, Ala. 84 

Snell, William W., W. Hatlcoy, Cal. 1859 

Saelling, Alfred, Ruk, Aficronetia, 1888 

Snow, Beecher O., Maple Park, 111. 1891 

Snow, Bei^amln P., Yarmouth, Me. 1870 

Snow, Frederick E., Guilford, Ct. 104 

Bnowden, Clifford L., Fairfield, lo. 152 

Snowden, David H., Steriing, Kan. 1877 

Snowden, Frank, Heath, Mass. 1897 

Snowden, James E.. Cedar Falls, lo. 150 

Snider, Asa B., Soqnel, Cal. 94 

Snyder, Charies W., Stillwater, Ok. 1888 

Snyder, Henry C, Kansom, Mich. 228, 82 

Snyder, Henry S., Weymouth, Mass. 216 

Snyder, Owen M., Kendall, Mich. 228 

Snyder, Peter M., Barhngton, Vt. 342 

Soderholm, Henry, Chicago, 111. 1892 

Soderstrom, J. U. [Wis.} 1896 

Solandt, Andrew P.^dell. 111. 138 

Solandt, James A., West Stafford, Ct. 12, 112 
8omervllle,T.E., 709 W.Adams, Chi'go,Ill. 1888 

Somervllle, William C, Coaticook, P. Q. 386 

Soper, George E., St. Paul, Minn. 246 

Soudere, Walter G , Blue Island, 111. 126 

Soule, Sherrod, Naugatnck, Ct. 108 

Sonthgate, Ben]. M., Pana, 111. 138 
Southgate, Chas. M., Auburndale, Mass. 208 

Southworth, Francis, Portland, Me. 186 
Spangler, A Ipheus M., Mittineague, Mass. 216 

Spangler, George B., Dover, Neb. 266, 60 
Spanswick, Thomas W., Newaygo, Mich. 230 
Bpanlding, Wayland, Bedford Pk., N.Y. 286 

Speare, S. Lewis B., Newton, Mass. 1874 

Spell, William, Burlingame, Kan. 1866 

Spelman, Henry O., Edgerton, Wis. 862 



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Bpelmaii» Levi P.» Covert, Mich. 1860 

Spence, Adam K., Pf., Nashville. Tenn. 84 
Bpence, Jos. M. A., Green Bay, Wis. 864 

Bpence, Wm. H., Alpena, Mich. 220 

Spencer, John A., A kron, O. 1894 

Spencer, Joseph J., N. Brookfleld, Mass. 208 
Spencer, William H., High Point, N. C. 1861 
Bperry, Willard Q.. iV., Olivet, Mich. 1878 
Splllars, Ashbell P., Sibley, Ga. 124 

Spire, William J., Meodon, III. 18Q1 

Spoor, Orange H., Redlands, Cal. 1861 

Sprague, Elmer B., Cortland, Neb. 266, 62 
Spragne, Frank M., Tampa, Fla. 120 

Spragne, Fred. P., White Cloud, Mich. 220, 86 
Sprague, William P., A. B. C. F. M, 386 

Spyker, Simon, Ithaca, Wis. 1864 

Spiker, William D.. Shell Rock, lo. 160 

Squire, Abraham L., Strang. Neb. 266, 62, 4 
Squires, Norman J., West Haven, Ct. 110 

Staf, Fred., Fort Atkinson, Wis. 862, 4 

Staaf, Gustaf, Anita, Pa. 1889 

Btaats, Henry T.. PaJiadena, Cal. 92 

Stacey, J. W., New Baltimore, Mich. 30 

Staley, John J., Dexter, Mich. 224 

Stallings. Jeremiah J., Henderson, Ala. 1877 
Stamp,Thos.W., 6327 Bvans av , Ch»go Jll. 1876 
Stanford, Arthur W., A. B. C. F, M, 386 

Stanford P. Thos.,N. Cambridge, Mass. 1878 
Stanley, Charles A., A. B. C. F, M, 886 

Stanley, John E., Vernon, Fla. 1891 

Stanton, George F., Boston, Mass. 1866 

Stanton, James, Macon, Colo. 1887 

rStanton, Robert P., deceased, 82 

Stopleton, John, Oberlin, O. 308 

Stopleton, Robert, Reinbeck, lo. 11, 160 

Stapleton, Robert S, ^. ^. a. F, 3f. 386 

Stark, Charles W., Genoa Bluffs, lo. 162, 4 
Starr, Angelo M., Philadelphia, Pa. 3877 

Starr, Edward C, Cornwall, Ct. 102 

SUrr, OtiB A., Montevideo, Minn. 1870 

Starr, William H., Thornton, R. I. 328 

Staub, John J.. Portland, Sta. C, Or. 318 

Stoub, Rudolph, Shubel. Or. 818 

Stanffer, Henry, Cuyahoga Falls, O. 304 

Staver, Daniel, Forest Grove, Or. 818 

Stead, James R., Galesburg, 111. 132 

Bteadley, Daniel F., Bazley, Ga. 122. 4 

Steams, Charles C. , Hartford, Ct. 1876 

Steams, Bdw. R.. Warren, Me. 188 

Stearns, Frederick B., Fremont, Mich. 226 
Steams, George W., Middleboro. Mass. 206 
Stems, Wallace H., East Granville, Mass. 200 
Steams, William F., Norfolk, Ct. 108 

Stebhlns, Herbert W., Boston, Mass. • 1883 
Steele, Charles E., New Britain, Ct. 1876 

Steele, Joseph, Jr., Berwick, lo. 148 

Steere, Charles, Bast McDonough, N. Y. 1871 
Steiner, Dennis R., Olathe, Kan. 168 

Steiner, Edward A., Sandusky, O. 310 

Stembridge, A. E., Arlington Heights, Ms. 190 
Stemen, John A., Viroqua, Wis. 11, 2, 870 
Sterling, George, Windsor, Mass. 218 

Stetson, Keuben K., Wyanet, III. 142 

Stevens, Almon O., Oakland, Cal. 90 

Stevens, Asahel A., Peoria, HI. 1848 

Stevens, Charles H., Canton Cen., Ct. 1881 
Stevens, Charles M., Williamsburg, Ey. 1894 
Stevens, Clarence H., Denver, Colo. 96 

Stevens, Frank V., Spokane, Wn. 868 

Stephens, Frederick A., Vemon, Mich. 1880 
Stevens, George B., New Haven, Ot. 66, 1880 
Stevens, Henry A., Providence, R. I. 328 

Stevens, J. Merle, W. Adams Bt.,Ch'go,I11.134, 6 
Stephens, J. Vinson, Radnor, O. 308, 10 

Stevens, Julius, Bryant, S. D. 330 

Stevens, Moody A., Minneapolis, Minn. 1862 
Stevens, Wm. D., Noble, Mo. 262 

Stevenson, John O., Waterloo, lo. 1876 

Stevenson, Wm.D. J., Friendship, Wis. 360, 6, 8 
Stewart, David C, Westville, Fla. 118, 20 



Stewart, Jeremiah p., Aurora, Neb. 62, 1872 
Stewart, John L., Rosehill, Ala. 80, 2 

Stewart, William B. M., DNouglas, Wyo. 36S 
Stewart, William J., Ripon, Wis. 862 

Stewart, William R., La Harpe. 111. 134 

Stewart, Wilson R., Bucyras, O. 1896 

SUckel, Edwin C, iy., Nashville, Tenn. 1876 
Stickney, Edwin H., Fargo, N. D. 62, 1881 
Stiles, Darwin F., Chicago, 111. 1889 

Stiles, William C, Stonington, Ct. 11, 112 

Stimson, Cyms F., Bridgeport, Ct. 100 

Stimson, Henry A., 169 W. 86th, N.Y. 28ft 
Stimson, Martin L., A. B. C. F. M. 886> 

Stiver, Samuel L., Bunker Hill, 111. 1879 

Stocking, James B., Wahoo, Neb. 264 

Stockwell, Cyrus E., Vicksburg, Mich. 236 
Stoddard, Eugene W., Martinez, Cal. 90^ 

Stoddard, John C, Britt, lo. 148, 64 

Stoddart, William, Black Earth, Wis. 1887 
Stokes,W T.,782Jeff'sou av.,Br'klyn,N.T. 188& 
Btone, Dwight C, Gilbertville, Maos. 200 

Stone, Edward G., Westchester, Ct. 102 

Stone, Edward P., Lapeer, Mich. 1861 

Stone, Ira D., Plainfield, 111. ISS 

Storar, Fordyce. Gridley, 111. 134 

Storer, Frederick A. 8., Syracuse, N. Y. 1886- 
Storm, Julius E., Clay Center, Neb. 266 

Storrs, R. S., 80 Plerrepont, Brooklyn, N.Y. 27* 
Stotts, James U.,1865 Grand av.,Chi'go,I11.1893 
Stoudenmire,Wm.C.,1072Early,Chi'go,I11.188(> 
Stough,HenryW., Oak Park, 111. 13» 

Stoughton, Lewis H., Albion, Neb. 1896 

Stover, Wesley M., A. B. C. F, M, 386 

Stowe, Charles E., Simsbury, Ct. 112 

Stowe, Wilbur F., Saugerties, N. Y. 288 

Stowell, Alex. D., Binghamton, N. Y. 186* 
Strain, Horace L., 14 Delaware pl.,Ch*go,IlI.12a 
Stratton, Edward W., Sanford, N. 0. 293, 4 
Stratton, Lemuel N., Thomson. 111. 1872 

Street, George E., Exeter, N. H. 268 

Street, Walter B., Anderson, Ind. 11, 144 

*Streeter, Willard E., Halifax, Vt. 344 

Strickland, Geo. D., Drummond, Mich. 224 
[Strieby, Michael E., deceased. 
Stringer, Firth, St. Louis, Mo. 262 

Strong, Charles B., Harwinton, Ct. 1882 

Strong, David H., Bernardston, Mass. 192 
Strong, Delos A., S. Manchester, Ct. 1876 

Strong, Dwight A., Highland Lake, Colo. 9ft 
[Strong, Edward, deceased, 32 

Strong, B. Ellsworth,Aubumdale, Ms. 42,186» 
Strong, Jacob H., Berkeley, Cal. 1867 

Strong, James W., iV.,Northfleld, Minn. 1862 
[Strong, John M., deceased, 32 

Strong, Josiah, 106 E. 22d, N. Y. 1871 

Strong, J. Selden, Hartford, Ct. 1894 

Strong, Sydney, Oak Park, 111. 136 

Strong, William E., Jackson, Mich. 22a 

Strough, Francis A., Little Falls, N. Y. 1891 
Stroup, Charles A ., Freedom, O. 802, 4 

Strout, Joseph W., Cummington, Mass. 1886 
Strathers, Alfred L., S. Gardner^^Me. 182 

Stuart, Isarobert B., Alstead, N. H. 270^ 

Stuart, William H-lN. H.] 1870 

Stubbins, William H., Highiand, lU. 184 

Stump, George E., Sloan, lo. 14ft 

StuTfl^s, Frederick B., Natick, Mass. 20ft 

Sturtevant, Ernest W., E. Brahitree, Vt. 342 
Sturtevant, J M., 882 Wilson av.. Ch*go, Ul. 12ft 
Stutson, Henry H., Winona, Minn. 24ft 

Suckow, William J., Algona, lo. 14ft 

SuesB, William, Eramer, Neb. 902- 

Sullens, Arthur J.. Chebanse. 111. 12ft 

Snmner, Charles B., Pf.y Claremont, Cal. 1860 
Sumner, Charles B., Spencer, Mass. 187ft 

Sumner, Fred. A., Little Falls, Minn. 12, 242 
Sumner, Mark N., Mill Creek, Tenn. 174, 83ft 
Surdival, William, Pittsburg, Pa. 11, 324 

Sutherland, John M., Terre Haute, Ind. 144 
Sutherland, John W., Wauwatosa, Wis. 870' 



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Sutherland, Ward T.. Oxford, N. Y. 286 

Sutherland, Wm. L., Kansas City, Mo. 62, 1880 
Sntton, Be^j. A., Highland, Kan. 166 

Sutton, Samuel, Williamsburg, Ky. 174, 838 
Swain, Augustus C.,No. Cambridge, Mass.lSTS 
Swain, Carl J., Montlcello, Minn. 244 

Swain, George P., Passaic, N. J. 1875 

Swain, Richard L., S.Hadley Falls, Mass. 212 
Swanson, Isaac J., Lima, O. 806 

*Swanetrom, August, St. Joseph, Mo. 252 

Swarthont, Eastman G., Flint, Mich. 1898 

Swartz, Charles E., Bellevue, O. 800 

Swartz, Heman F., Mansfield, Mass. 11, 204 
Swartz, Joel K., Devon, Pa. 1855 

Sweet, George E.f Cambridge, N. Y. 1897 

Sweet, William I., Everett, Mass. 198 

Swengel, A. Wimer, Harrisburg, Pa. 1886 
Swift, Benjamin. Orwell, Vt 846 

Swift, Clarence F., Lansing, Mich. 228 

Swing, Albert T., Oberlln, O. 63, 1878 

Swinnerton, Wm. T., N. Stamford, Ct. 112 
Swltzer, Christ. J., W. Townshend, Vt. 1867 
[Sylvester, Charles S., deceased. 
Tade, Ewing O., Avalon, Cal. 86 

Taft, Jay N., Orient, N. Y. 286 

Taft, Rufus M., Worcester. Mass. 1893 

Taggart, Charles E., Elk Point, S. D. 330 

Taggart, George A., Portland, Or. 318 

Tainlor,0.H.,l61Wash»n st.,Ch»go,Ill. 47, 1879 
Taintor, Jesse F., Rochester, Minn. 246 

TTalbot, Beqjamin, deceased. 
Talmage, Charles H , Cambridge, Mass. 1882 
Tangemann, GoUlob D., Fairmont, Neb. 258 
Tanner, Allan A., Waterloo, lo. 162 

Tappan, Charles L., Concord, N. H. 1868 

Tasker, Joseph O., Short Falls, N. H. 268 
Tate, William J., Lockport, N. Y. 284 

Taulbee, James M., Pawnee, Ok. 1889 

Taylor, Albert W., Beneca Falls, N. Y. 288 
Taylor, Charles B., Mitchetville, lo. 156 

Taylor, Charles I. , Clarksville, Mich. 1886 

Taylor, Edward, Blnghamton, N. Y. 1847 
Taylor, Frederick C . . Hyde Park, Vt. 346 

Taylor, George B., Crete, Neb. 1880 

Taylor, Glen A., Spencer, lo. 162 

Taylor, Graham, 140 Union st.,Ch'go Jli. 59, 128 
Taylor, Horace J., Kelloggsville, O. 306 

Taylor, James F., Saugatuck, Mich. 1855 
ITaylor, Jeremiah, deceased, 83 

Taylor, John G. , Black Earth, Wis. 1873 

Taylor, J. Phelps, Andover, Mass. 55, 190 
♦Taylor, John R., Earlville, 111. 1890 

Taylor, Livingston L., Cleveland, O. 802 

Taylor, Mark B.,3008thst.,Brooklyn,N.Y. 278 
Taylor, Raynsford, Santa Rosa, Cal. 1878 

Taylor, Wallace, A. B. Q, F, M, 886 

Taylor, Walter P., Newmarket, N. H. 272 
Tead, Edward S., Somervtlle, Mass. 212 

Tebbetts, Arthur H., Dawson, Minn. 238 

Teele, Albert K., Blue Hill, Mass. 1845 

Teel, William H., Wells, Me. 188 

Temple, Charles, Traverse City. Mich. 1851 
Temple, Wm. H. G., Seattle, Wn. 368 

Tenney, Edward P., i 'ambridge, Mass. 1859 
Tenney, Henry M., Oberlln, O. . 308 

Tenney, H. Melville, San Jos^, Cal. 92 

Tenney, Leonard, Waterbury, Vt. 1845 

Tenney, Leonard B., Essex, vt. 844 

Tenney, William A., Oakhind, Cal. 88 

Tenney, William L., N. Adams, Mas*. 208 
Terborgh, Isaac, Portland, Mich. 282 

Terhune, Edward P., Pompton, N. J. 1856 
Terry, Calvin, North Weymouth, Mass. 1846 
Tewksbury , Elwood G., A, B. C. F. M, 886 
Tewksbury, Geo. A., Concord, MaM. 196 

Thain, A.R., 215 Madison St.,Chioago, 111. 1870 
Thayer, Henry B., Wichita, Kan. 172 

Thayer, Henry O., Portland, Me. 1866 

Thayer, J. Henry, Cambridge, Mass. 1859 
Thayer, Lucius H., Portsmouth, N. H. 272 
Thayer, O. Franklin, Lower Waterford,Vt.850 
{Thayer, William M., deceased, 88 

Thing, Mllo J. P., Stacyville, lo. 102 

Thirloway, Timothy, Buffalo Gap, B. D. 880, 6 



Thomas, Chandler N., Bristol, Vt. 12, 342 

Thomas, Charles M., Newcastle, Colo. 08 

Thomas, David L., Highmore, S. D. 832 

Thomas, D. Theodore, Cleveland, O. 302 

Thomas, Evan, Essex Junction, Vt. 1888 

Thomas, Isaac, Horatio, Pa. 822, 4 

Thomas, Ivor, Taylor, Pa. ' 326 

Thomas, John A., Friendship, Wis. 868 

Thomas, John G., Lima, O. 1885 

Thomas, John M., Thomastown, O. U, 310 
Thomas, John P., Nanticoke, Pa. 824 

Thomas, Lewis J., Peabody, Mass. 208 

Thomas, Owen, Wales, lo. 164 

Thomas, Ozro A., Forest Grove, Or. 1852 
Thomas, Reuen, Brookllne. Mass. 194 

Thomas, Thomas D., Red Oak, lo. 1881 

Thomas, Thomas P., Madisun, O. 806 

i Thomas, William, deceased, 84 

Thomas, W. Arthur, Ludlow, Mass. 204 

[Thomas, William H., deceased, 84 

Thome, A. M., 133 Lincoln av., Chi»go, 111. 1866 
Thome, James A.,133 Lincoln av.,Ch'go,Ill.]886 
Thomson, A. Eugene, Medina, O. 1884 

Thompson, Albert H., Raymond, N. H. 272 
Thompson, Alex., Thawville, 111. 140 

Thompson, Alex. W., Etiwanda, Cal. 88 

Thompson, Augustus C., Roxbury, Mass. 192 
Thompson, Cari D., Elgin, 111. 11, 2, 132 

Thompson, Frank, Valparaiso, OMlif 886 
Thompson, Hiram F., Lexington, O. 806 

Thompson, Howard S., Chardon, O. 304 

Thomson, James, Norwood, N. Y. 286 

Thompson, James B., A. B. C. F. M, 386 
Thompson, John K., Gasport. N. Y. 1888 

Thompson, Mitchell, Goliad, Tex. 840 

Thompson, Nathan, Baltimore, Md. 1866 

Thomson , Robert J. , Green's Farms, Ct. 114 
Thompson, Thomas, Revillo, S. D. 880, 4 

Thompson, William 8., Exeter, N. H. 1860 
Thompson, W. S. , Clif tondale, Mass. 212 

Thoren, B. J., Northfield, Minn. 1894 

Thorp. Charles N., Oswego, N. Y. 286 

Thorpe, John, Brookllne, N. H. 1885 

Thorpe, Ole O., Concord, Mass. 1894 

Thorp, Willard B., Chicago, 111. 128 

Thrall, J. Brainerd, Pepperell, Mass. 210 

Thrall, W. Herbert, Huron, 8. D. 48, 1881 
Thrasher, George W., Courtland, Ala. 1873 
Thrush, John O., Webster City, lo. 162 

Thurston, Charles A. G., Laconia, N. H. 270 
Thurston, Henry W. L., Wilmot, N. H. 1875 
Thurston, John R., Whdtinsville, Mass. 208 
Thurston, Oakley B., Reed City, Mich. 282 
Thurston, Thos. W., Albert Lea, Minn. 1861 
Thwing, Charles F. , iV. , Cleveland, . 1879 
Thygeson, Hanson E., Chesterfield, Mass. 196 
Thykoldt. Paul C, Jacksonville, 111. 1880 

Tibbetts, DalUs D., Bear Grove, lo. 148 

Ticknor, Owen B., Wilcox, Neb. 258, 60, 4 
Tlllett, Barton C. Boone, lo. 162, 4, 60 

Tilton, Geo. H., N. Wobum, Mass. 218 

Tingle, George W., Gilbert, lo. 154 

Tingley, Edwin S., Milford, Mass. 1871 

Titcomb, Arthur, Springfield, Mass. 1888 

Titmarsh, Robert, Dodgevilte, Wis. 1895 

Titoworth, Judson, Milwaukee. Wis. 866 

Titus, Herbert R., Mclndoe Falls, Vt. 842 
Tobey, Bepjamin F., Danby, N. Y. 280 

Tobey, Rufus B., Boston, Mass. 1880 

Todd, Albert G., Worcester, Mass. 218 

[Todd, Alwin B., deceased, 34 

Todd, David B., Waukomis, Ok. 814.6 

Todd, George L., Merrimac, Mass. 206 

Todd, Henry C, Eagle River, Wis. 362 

Todd, John W., Glencoe, Minn. 245 

Todd, QulntUB C, Tabor, lo. 1872 

*Todd, William B.,Brookfield, Mo. 250 

Tomblen, Charles L., N. Middleboro, Mass. 206 
Tomes, Isaac N., Harvey, 111. 1868 

Tomlin, David B. , Mitchell, 8. D. 884 

Tomlinson, J. Logan, Simsbury, Ct. 1868 

Tomlinson, Joseph A., Philadelphia, Pa. 1872 
Tompkins, J., 158 La SaUe, Ohi'go, lU. 48, 186T 
Toomay, John B. S., Sedalia, Mo. 252 



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TorreoB, David J., Bareaa, Hi. 120, 82 

Torrey, Cbmrles C, Harvard, If aM. 900 

Torrey, ObarlM C, Andover, Mass. 1809 

Torrey, Daniel T.. Provldenoe, R. I. 1888' 

Torrey, David C, Byfleld, Maaa. SCO 

Torrey, Henry A P., Pf., Burlington, Vt. 1866 
Torrey, Joaeph, Shirley, Masa. 213 

Torrey,BeabenA.,81 lD«t.pl..Chrgo,IlU 1878 
Totten, liattbew J., Moorhead, BClnn. 240 
Tower, Charles B., Baxter, lo. 148 

[Towle, Charlea A., deceaaed. 
Towle, Jamea A., New Haven, (X 1871 

Town, Willard O., Thompaon, O. 310 

Towne, Salem D., Bangor, lie. 1886 

Towniend, A. C, Weethampton, Maas. 218 
Townsend, L. A.,867 Sedgwick, Cbi'go,!!!. 180 
TowDsend. Stephen J., Hainea City, y la. 118 
Tracy, Alfred B., Ontario. Cal. 1872 

Tracy, Charlea C, A, B. C. F. M, 888 

Tracy, Isaac B., St. Cload, Minn. 240 

Tracy. James B., A. B. C. F. M. 880 

Trask. John L. R., Sprtmrfield, Mass. 1807 
Traudt, Adam, Denver, Colo. 00 

Traat, O. Albert, Osborne, Kan. 104 

Travers, Robert M., Dewitt, Neb. 258 

Travis, A. Ferdinand, Vernon Oen., Ct. 11,114 
Travis, David Q., San Aodreaa, Cal. 00, 2 

Travis, Lee J., Fredericksburg, O. 12, 804 
Treat, J. Calvin. New London. O. 11, 804, 8 
Treiber, Daniel J., Sycamore, Kan. 170 

Treiber, Michael, Kulm, N. D. 296, 8 

Triplett, Hurry M., Alnsworth, Neb. 11,2, 260 
Trover, Win6eld D., Anbnm, Ind. 808 

Trow, Wm. A., Sherburne, N. T. 288 

Trowbridge, John P , Bastford, Ct. 102 

Trueblood, Jasper, Albion, III. 188, 40 

Truman, Daniel, White Cloud, Mich. 1887 
Trumbull, H. Clay, Philadelphia, Pa. 1842 
Truslow, Arthur, Hingham, Mass. 200 

TruBsell, William F., Champiin, Minn. 1896 
Tubb, William H., San Francisco, Cal. 1868 
Tucker, Fred . D., Morris. Ill . 136 

Tucker, William J^/V., Hanover, N. H. 1867 
Tuckerman, Fred W., Washington, D. C. 1886 
Tufts. James, Monson, Mass. 1844 

Tull, Harvey V.. Napervllle, HI. 186 

Tunnel, Robert M., Manhattan, Kan. 168 

Tupper, Henrv M., Philips, Fla. 120 

Tupper, John S., Burlington, Vt. 1884 

Tupper, LeUind B., Hiawatha, Kan. 164 

Turk, Morris H., Weuham, Ma«s. 11, 216 

Turner, Benj. R., Independence, Ok. 314 

Turner, George B. M., Dallas, Tex. 840 

Turner, Herbert B., Hampton, Va. 1879 

Turner, John M., Bellevue, lo. 148, 54 

Turner, Jonathan, Metamora, Mich. 230 

Turner, Leonard A., Indianola, Neb. 260 

Turner, Tell A.,Hazel Park.St.Panl,Minn. 1880 
Turner, W. Jay, McCook, Neb. 260 

Tuthill, C. Jnlum, Georgetown, Mass. 198 
Tuthill, Bdward B., Corona, Cal. 1860 

*Tuthill, Wm. B., Kensington, Ct. 100 

Tuttle, Henry W., Manchester, lo. 166 

Tuttle, John B., Worcester, Masa. 218 

Tweedy, Henry H., Utica, N. Y. 11, 290 

Twichell, Joseph H., Hartford, Ct. 104 

Twitchell, JjQstln B.,Northampton,Ms. 12, 1862 
Twining, Kinsley, 130 Fulton St., N. Y. 1858 
Twombly, Alexander S., Newton, Mass. 1869 
Tyler, Charles M., Ithaca, N. Y. 1857 

Tyler, Henry F., Oshkosh, Wis. 366 

Tyler, HeniyM., ^.,Northampton, Mass. 1872 
Udd, John, Worcester, Mass. 218 

Ufford,W. S., 29Delancey,NewTork,N.T.1891 
Umsted, Owen, Pittsburg, Kan. 11, 170 

Underbill, Wm. H., Vanderbilt, Mich. 220, 34 
Underwood, Rufus S., Longmeadow, Ms. 1867 
Unser, Samuel L., Rockton, 111. 140 

Updyke, Eugene O., Madison, Wis. 366 

Updyke, Stephen G., Minneapolis, Minn. 244 
Upshaw, William L., St. Louis, Mo. 1896 

Upson, Henry, New Preston, Ct. 1862 

XJpton, Augustus G., Weiser, Ida. 48, 1876 
[Upton, John R., deceased, 84 



Upton, Jonathan 8^ Bldgway, Pa. S20 

*Upton, Ruftis P., Bllswortb, Minn. 288. 40, 2 
Ussher, CUrenoe D., A, B. C. F, X, 380 

Utterwick, Henry, Bast Canaan. Ct. 108 

Usxell, Thomas A., I>enver, Colo. 90 

Valle, Charles 8., San Frandaco, Oal. 1882 
Vaill. Henry M., StaiToidviUe, Ct. 1861 

Van Allen, Trank, A, B. O. F. M, 380 

Van Antwerp, John, VIcksburg, Mleh. 1847 
Van Auken, Abram, Vanderbilt, Mich. 1879 
Van Auken, Ohauncy F., Albion, 111. 1877 
Van Auken, John C, White Cloud, Mieh. 1884 
Van Blaroom, Grant, DePeyater, N. Y. 1890 
Van Cainp, Albert J., Benton Harbor,Mcb .1874 
Van dcr 1^1, Nicholas, Holliston, Mass. 202 
Van Horn, Francis J., Des Moines, lo. 192 
Van Home, Mablon, Newport, R. I. 1806 

Van Norden, Charles, Sacramento, Cal. 1800 
Van Ommeren, Hendrik, Armada, Mich. 220 
Van Vleet, William M. fMo.] 1897 

Van Wagner, Allen J , Cai thage. Mo. 250 

Van Wagner, James M.. SedalU, Mo. 1840 
♦Varley, Arthur, Bethel. Me. 178 

Vater, William, Wortsester, Vt. 860 

Vaughan, Frederick W.. Naples, Tex. 1804 
Vaughan, George W., Heflen, Ala. 80, 2 

Vaughn, Howard R., Bau Claire, Wis. 370 
Vaughan, Stephen, Lewiston, Mich. 230 

Veazie, Walter C.^opeka, Kan. 1884 

Vernon, A mbrose W., Hiawatha, K»n. 166 
^Veaaot, Charles H., Holyoke, Mass. 202 

Vetter, John, BIdon, Mo. 260 

Vicker*, Albert Y.. Bluff Springs, Ala. 1888 
Vieta, Francis H., Providence, R. I. 1882 

Vlets, Gervase A., Tuckahoe. N. Y. 290 

*Vimers, J. Charles, Lyme, Ct. 110 

Vincent, Clarence A.,GaleBburg, 111. 11, 2, 182 
Vincent, Corwln, Mancelona, Mich. 230 

Vincent, Samuel L., W. Glover, Vt. 344 

Vincent, Thomas H.,N. Weymouth, Mass. 210 
Vinoentlus, Peter, B. Boston, Mass. 1888 

Virgin, Samuel H., 148 W. 121st 9t., N. Y. 284 
Vittum, Bdraund M., Grinnell, lo. 154 

Vogel, Albert H., Fall Creek, 111. 132 

Vogler, Henry, Mound City, d. D. 334 

Vogt, Wm. F., McCook, N«-b. 260 

Voorhees, J. Spencer, Hartford, Ct. 1884 

Voorhees, Louis B., Groton, Mass. 200 

Vose, James G., Providence, R. I. 328 

Votaw, Elihu H ., AniU, lo. 148 

Vrooman, Henry C, St. Louis, Mo. 12, 1889 
[Vulliet, Louis F., deceased. 
Wade, William G., PitUton, Me. 186 

Wadenston, August, E. Greenwich, R. I. 328 
Wadhams, Jonathan, Rochester, N. Y. 1871 
Wadsworth, George, Lincoln, Neb. 1892 

Wadsworth, Thomas A., Milwaukee, Wis. 1861 
Wagner, Horace T., A, B. C. F. M, 386 

Walte, Foster R., Talcottville, Ct. 114 

Waite,Hennr R., Pacific St., B'k'n, N.Y. 1872 
Waits, J. W. Cornelius, Blkvil^, Miss. 1897 
Walcott, Dana M^ Rutherford, N. J. 1871 
Waldo, Levi F., Canon City, Colo. 1844 

Waldron, Geo. B., Yonkers, N. Y. 1887 

Wales, Fred'k H., Black Diamond, Cal. 86 
Walker,A .S., 3 Allston st..Bo8ton, Ms.l2, 1867 
Walker, Charles S., iV., Amheret, Mass. 1871 
Walker, Cornelius B. , Sherburne, Minn. 1889 
Walker, George L., Hartford, Ct. 104 

Walker, Henry H.. Boulder, Colo. 96 

Walker, Herbert, Sullivan, N. H. 12, 274 

Walker, Irvin, Bevier, Mo. 11, 250 

Walker, John J., Yarmouth, Mass. 218 

Walker, John T., Grand Rapids, Mich. 220 
Walker, Joseph E^^. B. C. F. M. 386 

Walker, Jos. N., W. Stewartslown, N. H. 274 
Walker, Theodore C, Aurora, Mo. 1882 

Walker, William A., Amboy, Ind. 1894 

Walker, William H., Burlington, Wis. 1804 
Walker, William S., Dorset, Vt. 344 

Walker, Zachary T., Chesterfield, HI. 128 

Walkup, Alfred C, A. B. O. F. M, 880 

Wall, Arthur A ., Old Mission, Mich. 282 

Wallace, David, Lunenburg, Mass. 204 



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Wallaoe. G. R., MO W. 62d St., Oh'co, HI. 128 
Wallace, Lonls, Sierra Valley, Cal. W, 94 

Wallace, MaeH., Oakland, Cal. 11. 2, 90 

Wallaoe, Robert W., Somervllle, Maas. 212 
Wallace, William, Cambridge, 111. 126 

WallaceiWilllam W., A. B, C. F, 3f, 8M 
Waller, Wm. C. A., Mantorville, Minn. 242 
Wallers, Edward, Tipton. Cal. 1871 

Walters, Luther M. , Fresno, Cai. 88 

Walters, Thos. W., Colfax, Wn. 1878 

Walters, William, Wyoming, III. 142 

Walton, Richard C^ Kansas City, Mo. 250 
Walton, W., 800 McDonongh, Br'klyn.N.Y. 280 
Wannamaker, Henry B., Elyria, O. 804 

Ward, Arthur N., Somenrille, Mass. 1879 

Ward, Earl J., Clareroont, N. H. 1868 

Ward, Frank G., Emporia, Ean. 166 

Ward, George M., Winter Park. Fla. 1896 
Ward, Hiram Q., Lake Charles, La. 18S7 

Ward, John A., ToU«do, lo. 1894 

Ward, John K., Caledonia, III. 126 

Ward, Wm. Hayes, 130 Pulton St.. N. Y. 1869 
Warfleld, Franke A., Lowell, Mass. 11, 204 
Wark. William C, Saratoga. N. Y. 288 

Warner, Charles C, Monticello, lo. 166 

Warner, Herbert E. flo.J 1883 

Warner, layman, Salisbury, Ct. 1867 

[Warner, Pliny P., deceased, 34 

Warner, Thos. H., Perry, Mich. 212, 4 

Warner, William J. CedHr Rapids, lo. 150 
Warner, Wllmond A., Bethel. Vt. 342 

Warrvn, Albert, Lake Benton, Minn. 1872 
Warren. Kdgar L., Wolfeboro, N. H. 274 

Warren, Henry K., /V., Yankton, 8. D. 1K89 
Warren, James H., Han Francisco, Oal. 1853 
Warren, Joy M., Lani*inff, Mich. 232 

Warren, L,eroy, Kiinsas City, Mo. 2M) 

Warren, William P., Freetown, Mass. 198 
Warren, WUIiam H., Lansing, Mich. 48, 1869 
Warren, Willis A ^Spring Valley, Minn. 246 
Wadhbum, Chas. H., Boston. Mass. 11, 192 
Washburn, Francis M., Alton. Cal. 86, 8, 92 
Washburn, George. Constantinople, 886 

Washburn, George T., A. B, C. P. M. 386 
Washburn, George Y., Everett, Mass. 200 
Washburn, William S. . A Icester. B. D. 1888 
Washington, Alonzo G., Blencoe, lo. 148 

Waterman, Alfred T., Nashville. Mich. 230 
Waterman, W. A., IstNat. B*k,Ch'go,Ill. 1868 
Waters, Frank P., Wolcott, Ct. 114 

Waters, George P., Glastonbury, Ct. 104 

Waters, Otis B., Benxonla, Mich. 1861 

Waters, T. Frank, Ipswich, Mass. 202 

Waterworth, John A., Andover, Me. 178 

Wathen, Charles B , Rehoboth, Mass. 2)0 
Wathen, John M ., Claremont, N. H. 270 

Watkins, Joshua V., Ozanna, Ala. 82 

Watkins. Thomas R., Bcranton, Pa. 1884 

Watry, Francis, Weaverville, Cal. 94 

Watson, Albert, Windham, N. H. 12, 1871 
Watson, Carey H., Greenfield, Mass. 200 

Watson,' Charles C, Lvnn, Mass. 1867 

Watson, Charles E., Helena. Mont. 266 

Watson, James J., Victoria, 111. 142 

Watson, Thomas, Lake Placid, N. Y. 1860 
WaUon, Wm. H., Red Lodge, Mont. 266 

Watt, James, C> okio Minn. 238 

Watt, James C. .Gardner, N. D. 296 

Walt. William J., Richmond, Vt. 348 

Wattenbarger, O. T., Green Kldge, Mo. 260 
* Wattle, Charles, Provincetown, Mass. 210 
WatU, John W., Lafayette, Or. 1880 

Way, Lawrence P., Guthrie. Ok. 1868 

Way, Wm. H., Rensselaer Falls, N. Y. 288 
Weage, Arthur D., Oberlin, O. 11, 1896 

Weage, Edward D., Tulare, Cal. 1884 

Weatherby, Seaborn, Perote, Ala. 82 

Webb, Aquila, Everett, Mass. 198 

Webb, Edwin B., Wellenley. Mass. 192 

Webb, Henry W.,' Columbia, 8. D. 330 

Webb, William H., W. Springfield, Mass. 216 
Webber, Berthold L., Gowrie, lo. 164 v 

Webber, Bdwln E., Moorland, lo. 166 

Webber, George N., Northampton, Mass. 1866 



Webster, Asher C, Detroit. Mich. 1879 

Webster, Eugene C, Neponset, Mass. 192 
Webster, Franklin Q., Summer Hill.N. Y. 282, 8 
Webster, George J. [Cal.] 1876 

Weckbaeher,George,Ridgefleld Park,N.J. 1897 
Weeden, Charles P. , Norwood, Mass. 208 

[Weeks, David, deceased, 35 

Weeks,Eugene B.,18 Cal. av., Chicago, 111. 1890 
Weidman, Peter, Clay Center, Kan. 1864 

Weimer, Morrison, Rogers, Ark. 1890 

Weiss. Geo. C, Milwaukee, Wis. 12, 1888 
Welch, Moses C. Pomona, Fla. 12, 120 

Welch, V. P., 441 S. Leavittst.,Ch*go, lU. 1881 
Welcher, Manfred P. , Brooklyn, N . Y. 278 
WeUington, Horace, Rozbury, Mass. 1847 

Wellman, Frederic C, A, B, C. F. M, 386 
Wellman, Joshua W., Maiden, Mass. 1851 
Wellman, Wheeler M., Darlington, Ok. 314 
Welk, Arch. C, Lightwood. Ala. 82, 4 

Wells, Charles W., Preewater Or. 820, 64 
Wells, Clayton B., Denver, Colo. 96 

Wells, George W., Nonh Fair Held. O. 308 
Wells, Herman J., Vinal Haven, Me. 1890 

Wells, James D., Des Moines, lu. 1878 

Wells, John H., Kingston, R. I. 1861 

Wells, Mark. Baltimore, Md. 176 

Welles, T Clayton, Taunton. Mass. 214 

[Wells, William A., deceased. 86 

Wellwood, Bamnel D., Church, Mich. 236 

Welsh, J. W., Fairview. Kan. 166 

Wentworth, Henry H., Goffstown, N. H. 268 
West, Lester L., Winona, Minn. 248 

West, Parley B., Magnolia, lo. 156 

West, B. Bruce, Bridgewater, Vt. 342 

Westerdale, Thomas, Chicago, 111. 1889 

Westervelt, Wm. D.. Wabash av..Ch'go,ni.l874 
\Vestfall, Charies K., Bowen, 111. 1880 

Westman, C L., Vienna, 111. 1895 

Weston, Bartlett H., Centervllle, Mass. 190 
Westphal, Louis W., Wayland, Mich. 222, 86 
rWeyler, Samuel, deceased, 35 

V^haley, Adam D., Moline, Mich. 224 

Whalley, John. Hart, Mich. 1871 

Wheat, Frank I., Ban Francisco, Cal. 92 

Wheat, Nathaniel M., Aurora, Mo. 1880 

Wheeler, Charles T., Pueblo, O>lo. 98 

Wheeler, Edgar C, Hyannis, Mass. 190, 218 
Wheeler, Edward P., Austin, Minn. 11, 238 
Wheeler, Edward P.. Ashland, Wis. 1876 
Wheeler, Fred 8., Kaukauna, Wis. 864 

Wheeler, Robert P.. Hartford, Ct. 104 

Wheeler, Sheldon H., Compton, Cal. 86 

Wheeler, Warren E., Pleasant Hill, Tenn. 888 
Wheeler, Wilson C., Newton, Ean. 168 

Wheelock, Albert H.. MilHs, Mass. 206 

Wheelock, Edwin, Cambridge, Vt. 342 

Wheelwright, John B.,Minneapolis,Minn. 1851 
Wheelwright, Joseph, Hebron, N. H. 270 

Wheelwright, Sydney A. [lo.] 1896 

Whitaker, John H., Atlantic, Mass. 210 

Whltaker, John W., New Orleans, La. 176 
Whitby, Henry J., Eniporta, Kan. 166 

Whitcomb, t^eorge C. [Mich.] 1878 

Whltcomb, William A., Lancaster, Wis. 1896 
White, Austin B., Los Angeles, Cal. 1861 

White, Charies A., Princeton^ass. 210 

White, Frank N., Cheyenne, Wyo. 368 

White, George E., A. B. 0. F, M. 386 

White, George H.. Grinnell, lo. 1856 

White, Isaac C, Plymouth, Mass. 1850 

White, Isaac J., Hilton, Ala. 82, 4 

White, James W., Menomonee, Wis. 366 

White, Levi, Indianapolis, lud. 144 

White, Schuyler S., A. B. C. F» M, 386 

White, William F , Trumbull, Ct. 112 

WhitehlU, John, Oldtown, Mass. 208 

Whitelaw, James D., Beloit, Wis. 1887 

Whitfield, John W., Utlca, N. Y. 1859 

Whitham, Frank E. [Mo.] 1889 

Whiting, Elbridge C, Tewksbury. Mass. 1891 
Whiting, Lyman, E. Charlemont, Mass. 194 
Whitlock, Frank M., Indianapolis. Ind. 144 
Whitmore, Orin B ., Kirk land, Wn . 354, 6 

Whitney, Charles H., Cambridge, Mass. 1871 



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Whitney, Henry M.. Pf., Belolt, Wis. IMO 
Whitney, Joel F., hldred. N. Y. 278, 82 

Whlton, Jas. M.,43 W.47th. New York, 276 
Whltt. M. William, Belle Place, La. 174 

Whittler, Charles. Orooo, Me. 1860 

Whittlesey, Charles M., Providenoe, R. 1.1868 
Whittlesey, Charles T., Adams, Or. 1887 

WhiUlesey, Bllphalet, Washington, D. C. 1851 
Whittlesey .Nathan H.,New Haven.Ct. &3,1876 
Wiard, H. DeF., Ft. Dodge, lo. 44, 152 

Wickett, Richard K., Howard, R. I. 828 

Wicks, John. Kansas City, Mo. 1871 

Widdemer, Howard , Ashnry Park, N. J. 276 
Widen, John E., Collinsville, Ct. 102 

Widing, Carl A., Ashtabnla, O. 300 

Wiedenhoeft, Wm..WiUfamston, Mich. 236 
Wied^r, Franklin E , Philadelphia, Pa. 824 
Wiggins. Aaron W., Farmington, lo. 152 

Wight, A. M., Ogdensburgh, N. Y. 286 

Wight, Charles A., Platte ville. Wis. 868 

WikofT, Henry H., San Francisco, Cal. 1877 
Wilcox, A. T., Newark Valley, N. Y. 284 

Wilcox, Asher H., Norwich Town, Ot. 1865 
Wilcox, Charles B., Biwablk, Minn. 288 

Willcox, Charles H., Lawrenceville, N.J. 1884 
Wilcox, Frank G. FTo.] . 1890 

Willcox.G.B., 512 WaHb*n B.Chi'goJU. 59, 1858 
Willcox, Innfan L., Worcester, Mass. 218 

rWilcox, Phllo B., deceased, 85 

Wilcox, Warren P., Chase, Mich. 222 

Wilcox, WillUm C, A. B.C. F. M. 386 

Willcox, William H., Maiden, Mass. 1850 

Wild, Azel W.jCambridgeport, Vt. 282 

Wilde, James, White City, Kan. 1882 

WUd, John, Hanover, Mass. 200 

*Wild, Joseph, Los Angeles, Cal. 90 

Wild, Levi, Franklin, Vt. 844 

Wilder, Charles 8., Limlngton, Me. 178, 82 
Wilder, George A,, A. B.C. F. M, 386 

Wilder, George D., A. B. O, F. M. 386 

Wilder, Sedgwick P., Delavan, Wis. 11, 362 
Wilkins, Harry J. , Strongsville, O. 310 

•Wilkinson,W.A., N. Branch, Minn. 244 

Wlllan, John, NeilisviUe, Wis. 52, 862, 4 

Wlllard, H., Woodlawn av., Chicago, 111. 1858 
Wlllard, John, 7613 Union av.,Chicago, 111. 1858 
Wlllard, Wallace W., Mollne, 111. 136 

Willett, George, Whlttier, Cal. 94 

Witlett, Mahlon , Decorah. lo. 150 

Willey, Samuel H., San Franeisco, Oal. 1848 
rWilley, Worcester, deceased. 
Williams, Aaron, North Temescal, Oal. 1888 
Williams, Albert W., Kemp, Ga. 1895 

Williams, Ashley J., Rock Rapids, lo. 150 
Williams, Ben]. A ., Broad Brook, Ct. 11, 102 
Williams, Bei^aminH.. Waterville, N.Y. 1862 
Williams, David L., Rome, N. Y. 278, 82 

Williams, D. Thos., Fort Wayne, Ind. 144 
WilllamB,Bdw.F..147AshlandBd.Chicago,1866 
Williams, Edward M., Yankton, S. D. 336 
Williams, Edwin S., Saratoga, Cal. 1864 

Williams, George \,.,A,B,Q, F. M. 386 

Williams, Harriet E., Madison, Wis. 360 

Williams, Henry H., Rogers, Ga. 1875 

WUliams, Henry T., Watertown, 8. D. 1894 
Williams, H. DeWitt, Hartford. Ct. lOff 

Williams, Horace R., Port Huron, Mich. 232 
Williams, James B., Meansville, Ga. 1860 

Williams, John, San Prairie, Wis. 360, 70 

^Williams, J. Chris., Linden, Mass. 204 

Williams, John H., Redlands, Cal. - 92 

Williams, John K., Peacham, Vt. 348 

Williams,J M.,597 Cleveland av ,Ch'go,IU.1843 
Williams, John P., Colnmbas, O. 802 

Williams, John W., Fairhaven, Vt. 1869 

Williams, Joseph A., Avoca, lo. 148 

Williams, Lewis, Utica, N. Y. 1886 

Williams, Lloyd, Columbus City, lo. 156 

Williams, Mark, A, B, O, F, M. 386 

Williams, Mark W., Big Lake, Minn. 238 

WllUams, Moseley H., Philadelphia, Pa. 1868 
Williams, Nathan W., Providence, R. I. 1849 
WUUams, Samuel, Riverton, Neb. 262 

WiUiams, Stephen, Oando, N. D. 296 



Williams, Thomas, Brooklyn Hills, N. Y. 280 

Williams, Thomas P., Winslow, Me. 178, 88 

Williams, William, Oldtown, Me. 184 

Williams, William B., Pierre, S. D. 1869 

Williams, William D., Pottsville, Pa. 1889 

Williams, William D., Deerfleld, N. Y. 1837 
WIIliam8,William H.,Siloam Sp'gs, Ark. 1875 

Williams, William T., New York City, 284 

Williams, William T.. Aten, Neb. 256, 8 

rWlUiams, William W., deceased, 35 

Williams, W. Tyrer, Gaylord, Kan. 166, 8 

Williams. Wolcott B., Charlotte, Mich. 1864 

Williamson, Allen J., Ashtabula, O. 300 

Williamson, James S., Augusta, Me. 178 

Willis, John F., Wash. Mills, N. Y. 290 

Willis, Josiah G., Holland, Mass. 202 

Willis, J. Vincent, Hannibal, Mo. 250 
Williston, Martin L.,Attleboro FaIls,Mass. 208 

Willonghby, Albert S., N^evinville, lo. 154, 8 

Willmott, Benjamin A., Lee. N. H. 270 

Wilson, Clinton W.» Meadvllle, Pa. 324 

Wilson. Edwin P.. Woodfords. Me. • 180 

*Wilson, Enooh H., Columbia. 8 C. 320 

Wilson, Fred. A., Andover, Mass. 19o 

Wilson, George H., Pazton, 111. 138 

Wilson, Gilbert L., Nevada, lo. 189i 

Wilson, Gowen C, Woodfords, Me. 1861 

Wilson, Henry, Hartwlck, lo. 156 

Wilson, John C, Brooklyn, N. Y. 278 

Wilson, John G., Portland, Me. 1851 

Wilson, John H., Spring Valley, 111. 140 

Wilson, John J., Wheaton, {[an. 164 

Wilson, John R., Temple. Me. 188 

Wilson, John W., Council Bluffs, lo. 150 

Wilson, Lafayette L., Lapine. Ala. 82 

Wilson, Levin, Cynthlana, Ind. 1849 

Wilson, Sherman B.. Faribault, Minn. 1862 

Willson, Theo. B., New Haven. Ct. 1879 

Wilson. Thomas, Waterville, N. Y. 1848 

Wiitberger, Louis W., Kingston, Wis. 368 

Wilton, Richard T.,E.Derry,N.H. 268 

Wiman, Gustnf, E. Norwalk, Ct. 110 

Winch, George W., Holyoke. Mass. 202 

Winchester, Beni. S., Snohomish, Wn. 358 

Windsor, John H., La Grange. 111. 1358 

Windsor, William, Campbell, Cal. 86 

Wingate, Henry K., A, B. C, F. M, 386 

Winn, Arthur H., Massena, N. Y. 1897 

Winn. Fred B., Bennington. N. H. 266 

Wiuship, Albert E.. SomerviUe, Mass. 1875 

Winslow, Edward C, Amherst. Mass. 1881 

Winslow, Horace. Weatogue, Ct. 1842 

Winslow, Jacob, So. Haven, Mich. 228 

Winslow, Lyman W., Hayward. Wis. 364 

Winsor, Richard, A. B. C. F. M. 386 

Winter, Alpheus, Tryon, N. C. 294 

Winter, Paul. South Shore, 8. D. 334, 6 
Wirt, David, 530 W. Monroe, Chicago, III. 1849 
Wirt, Loyal L., Juneau, Alaska, 52, 1891 

Wise, D. Wellesley, Princeton, 111. 1884 

Wiseman, Chas. F.. Newion Falls, O. 308 

Wissler, Henry L., Extra, lo. 152, 4 

Wiswall, Alexander, Upton, Mass. 214 

Wiswall, Fred. M., Mariboro, N. H. 1890 

Wiswell, Thomas C, Latona, Wn. 368 

Witham, Levi A., Nunica, Mich. 1888 

Wolcott, William E., Lawrence. Mass. 202 

Wolcott, William H., Moreno, Cal. 86, 90 

Wolfe, Joseph, Twinsburg, O. 310 
Womer, Parley P., Willlamstown, Vt. 842, 50 

Wood, Abel S.. Maine. N. Y. 284 
Wood, Benjamin C. Wayland, Mass. 12, 216 

Wood, Charles F., Chester, N. J. 296 
Wood, Earl B., Fort Fairfield, Me. 12, 182 

Wood, Franklin P., Acton, Mass. 1871 

Wood. Frederick C. Gaylord, Mich. 226 
[Wood, George I., deceased, 

wood, Irving F., Northampton, Mass. 1894 

Wood, John, Fltchburg, Mass. 1840 

Wood, Reuben R., Clear Lake, lo. 1846 

Wood, Samuel, White City, Kan. 172 

Wood, Samuel J., New Orleans, La. 176 

Wood, Stephen R., Oakland, Cal. 1892 

Wood, Sumner G., Easthampton, Mass. 196 



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Wood, Wallace H., Dexter, Me. 11, 180 

Wood, Will O., Boston, Mass. 1868 

Woodbridge, R. a., Middleboro, Mass. 206 
Woodbury, F. P., 4 av. and 22 at. , N. Y. 60, 1866 
Woodbury, Webster, MUford, Mass. 206 

Woodcock, Henry B., Kansas City, Mo. 1848 
Woodcock, Thomas J., Lead, 6. D. 332 

Woodford, Burton H., Dayton, Wyo. 353 

Woodhull, Geo. H., Wabaunsee, Kan. 172 
WoodbulI,John A.,11 Seeley av.,Ch'go,ni.l866 
Woodin, Herbert P., Cblcopee, Mass. 196 

♦Woodman, Geo. E., jr., Monmouth, Me.ll, 184 
rWoodmansee, William, deceased, 36 

Woodrow, Samuel H., Springfield, Mass.ll, 212 
Woodruff, Alfred B., Austinburg, O. 300 

Woodruff, Emily C, NeUon, O. 306 

Woodruff, Frank E., Ff.^ Brunswick, Me. 1883 
Woodruff, Henry C, Bridgeport, Ct. 100 

[Woodruff, Leo M. , deceased , 36 

woodruff. Purl G., Westville, Fla. 118, 20 
Woods, Merrick W., Willow Springii, Mo. 170 
Woods, Robert M., Hatfield, Mass. 200 

Woodsum, Walter H ., Bath, N. H. 266 

Woodward, Geo. H., So. Freeport, Me. 182 
Woodward, Geo. W., Ahmedahddjndia^ 1894 
Woodward, Harvey, Natick, Mass. 1870 

Woodwell, George M., Bridgton, Me.^ 178 

Woodwell.William H., Newburyport, Ms. 1%T6 
[Woodworth, Charles L., deceased, 36 

woodworth, Chas. L., jr., Sanford, Me. 186 
Woodworth, Darius, Madison, O. 1861 

Woodworth, Frank G.,iV.,TougaIoo,MisB. 254 
Woodworth,H. B.,^., Grand Forks, N.D. 1866 
Woodworth, L. S., Providence, R. I. 328 

Woolley, Joseph J., Pawtucket, R. I. 328 

Woolworth,Wm. S., Jamesport, N. Y. 12, 282 
Wooten, Thomas J., Portland, Fla. 1892 

rWorden, Jesse A. S., deceased, 36 

Worden, Sylvanus A., Penn Yan, N. Y. 1880 
Woth, Frledrich, Germantown, Neb. 268,60 
Wray, Alfred K., Kansas City, Mo. 48, 1880 
Wrbitzky, Edmund, St. Louis, Mo. 252 

Wright, Abiel H., Portland, Me. 186 

Wright, Albert O., Madison, Wis. 1867 

Wright, Alfred C, A. B. C. F, M, 386 

Wright, Bei\jamin M., Orange, Ct. 110 

Wright, Cassius E., Austin, Minn. 12, 230 



Wright, Eugene F., Dwlght, HI. 132 

Wright, G. Frederick, Oberlin, O. 68, 1868 
Wright, George F., N.New Portland, Me. 184 

Wright, George W.. Boston, Mass . 1877 

Wright, James C, Lookout, Wn. 1878 

^Wright, Malan H., Nepaug, Ct. 108 

Wright, Newell S., Detroit, Mich. 1878 



114 

1848 
80,2 



Wright, Reuben B^ Boise, Ida. 
Wright, Richard, Windsor Locks, Ct. 
Wright, Sela G., OberUn, O. 
Wright, Turner, Ashland, Ala. 
Wright, Walter B. C, Pf., Olivet, Mich. 1868 
Wright, Wm. M., New Paynesville, Minn. 244 
Wrigley, Francis, Campbell, Minn. 238, 48 
Wuerrschmidt, C.Wm., Hastings, Neb. 268, 60 
Wyatt, Charles, Clarion, lo. 162 

Wyokoff, Edwin D.. Prescott, Ariz. 84 

Wyckoff, Herbert J., Fayette, lo. 11, 162 

Wyckoff, James D., Wheaton, 111. 1859 

Wyckoff, Jonathan L. R., N.Woodbury.Ot. 114 
Wyland, Geo. V., Marseilles, 111. 1890 

Wylie, E. B., 708 Winona av., Chicago, HI. 130 
Wyman, Benson N., Savannah, N. Y. 288 

Yager, Granville, E. Bridgewater, Mass. 196 
Yale, David L. [Mass.] 12, 1892 

Yarrow, Sidney R., Sausalito, Cal. 90, 4 

Yarrow, William H., Brooklyn, N. Y. 1876 
Yauger, Francis A., Chicago, 111. 1896 

Yeoman, J. Herbert, Wareham, Mass. 214 
YonkenWilto R., Eaton Rapids, Mich. 224 
York, Frederick B ., Grand Rapids, Mich. 226 
York, Samuel S., Wilton, Me. 1887 

Youker, David G., Rockwell, lo. 168, 60 

Young, A. A.,6818 St.Law'ce av., Ch'go, IU.1860 
Young, Arthur G., Fosston, Minn. 
Young, Charles S., Lovell, Me. 
Young, Harry W., Dayton, Wn. 
Young, James C, East Boston, Mass. 
Young, John H., Pittsburg, Pa. 
Young, William B., Almira, Wn. 
Younggren, Clans B., Deep River, Ct. 
Younkin, Cyrus L. D., Boston, Mass. 
*Youtz, Herbert A., Providence, R. I. 
Zercher, Henry J., Walla Walla, Wn. 
Zickafoose, Francis A., Mt Pleasant, lo. 162 
Zottarelli, Gulseppe V., Cleveland, 0. 11, 1898 
Zumbro, William M., A. B, C, F, M. 386 



184 

62, 1893 

194 

1869 

364 

102, 12 

1898 

328 

1879 



LIST OF LICENTL^TES REPORTED. 

This list contains the names of those apparently reported as under care, with ref- 
erences to the pages where any such are mentioDed as supplying churches. It in- 
cludes also some names starred (*), which denotes that these persons, while reported 
as supplymg churches, are not reported to be approbated by, or under the care of, 
any Congregational organization. 

Further. 1. This list does not agree with the number given in State Minutes, 
because aU ordained since the lists were reported are here dropped. 2. The post- 
office addresses are often delusive, the place being that of temporary service only. 
3. Names followed by State only are of persons approved in the State mentioned, no 
residence being reported. 4. The list is incomplete, because some States make 
no full report of licentiates. 5. The contracted name of a State in brackets means 
that the name was reported by that State, although the person may reside elsewhere. 



Abemethy, Charles H., Poway,Cal. 
Adams, Frank D., Big Rock, lo. 
Allison, A. L., Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. 
Anderson, Carl G., Michigan City, Ind. 
Anderson, Frank H., Omaha, Neb. Pr. 
Anderson, Harold B., Strong City, Kan. 
Andrews, George A., Andover, Mass. 
AxteU, Archie G., Warren, Vt. 
Axtell, W. S., Denver, Colo. 
Bachelor, Gilbert H., W. Newfield, Me. 
Bair, William R., Dunlap, Kan. 
Ball, George 8., Mt. Vernon, O. 
Ball, J. W., Oklahoma, 
Baner, Philip E., Chicago, III. 



92 



146 
262 
170 
190 
360 

184 



Barnes, Albert E., Clearwater, Minn. 238, 42 

Barrows, Nathan, So. Hanover, Mass. 

Bartholomew, N. Otis, Linwood, Kan. 

Beach, Arthur G. [Ct.] 

Beddow, Frank 8., Oak Park, 111. 

Beers, Eli W. [Ct ] 

Bennett, George A., Acworth, N. H. 

*Benneyan, H. G., Worcester, Mass. 

Bethel, W. P., Key West, Fla. 

Betts, Wm. A., Andrews, Ind. 

Bigelow, Frank E., Bait Lake City, XJ. 

Binder, George J., El Dorado Canyon, Nev. 

Bishop, W. l,j Keene, N. H. 

Blair, Allen J., Tipton, Mich. 234 



168 
188 



266 
218 



144 
840 



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Blood, Charles B., Andover, Mass. 

Blue Cloud, John, Cheyenne Agency ,S.D. 884 

Blnnt, Harry, Oherlin, O. 

Bom, Roger 0., Brookvllle, Kan. 164 

Bowers, Bertha, llackshurg, lo. 154, 

Bowser, Charles B. [Ot.1 

Boyd, Bliot A., Clare, Mich. 222 

Bratoerd, Ezra, Pre:, lltddlehnry, Vt. 

Breeze, Emanuel, Hancock, Wis. 862, 4 

BriggB, George L. [Ct.l 

Bromley, Clinton E., Mohegan, Ct. 108 

Brown, B., Center Lisle, N. Y. 280, 4 

Brown, George B., Wheeler, S. D. 836 

Brown, Giles B. [Mass.] 

Brown, Henry B., Evansville. Ok. 316 

Back. Prof. B. F., Wichita. Kan. 166, 8 

Bnckham, Matthew H., iV««., Burlington, Vt. 

Burr, W. H., Condon, Or. 818 

Burf, Henry F , Topika, Kan. 180 

Butcher. Stephen G. [ Ct.] 

Oapen, Edw. W. [Ct.] 

Carleton. Isaac N., Bradford, Mass. 

Carter, F., Pre:, WiUiamstown, Mass. [Ct.l 

Cathoart. Ullan H., Kings Mountain, N.C. 2M 

Caton. John O. [CtJ 

Causey, Geo W., Roberta, Ga. 

Chapman, William J., Nickerson, Kan. 168 

Childs, Mrs. L. S., Beward, Ok. 

•Clark, George W., Paxton, Mass. 208 

Clark, G. V., Poysippi. Wis. 868 

Cochrane, Robert H. [Mass.] 

Coggehall. Charles H., Providence, B. I. 

*Cole, Arthur C, St. Johnsbury Center, Vt 

Coleman, Wm. H., Peoria, III. 138 

Collins, A. P.. Tpsilonti, Mich. 

Colvin, Matthew li , Pawtncket, B. I. 

Cook, Arthur W., Steuben, Wis. 864, 6, 70 

Cooley, Canfleld T., Black Creek, N. Y. 278 

OooUdge, Leander [Ct.] 

Crowell, Edward P., Prof,, Amherst, Mass. 

Davis, Edw. H., Red Oak, lo. 160 

Davis, N. P.. Galena, Tex. 

Davis, Wilson 8., Colvllle, Wn. 

Dean, John P. [Ct] 

Deckner, W. B., Oxford, Ga. 

Deering, Prof., Wm. C, Fargo, N. D, 

Doming, Walter D. [Ct.] 

Denslow, Wm. L., AtwaterCen., O. 

Dillard, Henry, Martha, N. C. 

Dimey, E. F., EvarU, Ky. 

Dixon, Wm. R., Melvin, III. 

Drake, George B., Vershire, Vt. 

Drandy, B. if., Nallor, Ga. 

Dunklee, Maurice J., Cornish, N. H. 

Dunning, Henry 8. [Ct.] 

Dt*"p, Thomfts, Lake Stay, Minn. 

Eiu.. . . u\0. [Ct.] 

KcKerson, Kay, Avon, ill. 126 

Eddy, Geo. 8. [Ct.J 

ElllB, John T., Ree HeighU, 8. D. 832, 4, 6 

Ell wood, Wm., Olmetead Falls, O. 808 

Elwell, Levi H., Amherst, Mass. 

Emerson, Samuel F., Prof., Burlington, Vt. 

Evans, David H. [Ct.] 

Evans, Edw. R. [Cl.) 110 

Evans, J. Merle, Kingfisher, Ok. 

Farnham, M. Winslow, Weatfield. Vt. 

Farnsworth, E. D., Rosario, Wn. 356 

Fawcett, Robert I., Chicago, 111. 180 

Fisher, Albert V,. Auburn, N. H. 266 

Fisher, Miles B. [Ct.] 

Fitt, John, Radcliflfe, lo. 160 

Flexible, Stephen, Cheyenne Agency, S.D. 

Folger, Allen, Concord, N. H. 

Ford, John H., Winter Park, Fla. 

French, Howard D. [Ct.] 

Frost, Wilfred B., Central, Ind. 144 

Fryer, James F.. Bellaire, Mich. 220 

Gertberg, C. A., Springfield, Mo. 

*Gilmore, Aubrey C., Randolph Center, Vt. 348 

Gilpatric, Howard, Mass. 

Godard, George L. fCt.] 

Ch>rdon, Henry B., /y., Colorado Springs, Col. 

Gordon, John, Indianapolis, Ind. 144 



208 



294 

136 
860 
124 
268 

242 



Gorton, Dempster D., Grass Lake, Mich. 226 

Goshen, Blmer I. , Piano, 111. 138 

Graif , Beniamin, Farwell, Mich. 224 

Graham, Hugh F., Cornish, Me. 180 

Gray, Thomas, B. Chicago, Ind. 144 

Greenough, James C. [Mass.] 

Griffin, O. A., Waycross, Ga. 122 

Grover, Edward O., Arlington, Mass. 

Hafford, Terris 8., Jerome, Ariz. 

Halbert, Leroy A., Topeka, Kan. 

Hall, Hedley A., Chicago, lU. 130 

Hamlin, Christopher, I^xington, Mass. 

Handy, 8. G.. Crystal Springs, Ok. 

Harris, W. R., Culnmbus, Kan. 

Hart well, Arthur E. [Mass.] 

Hathaway, W. Byron, Winter Park, Fla. 

Hawkes, George B , Indian Valley, Ida. 08 

Hawkins, Chauncey J., New HaVen, Ct. 108 

Hawkin , Newman H., Red Cliff, Colo. 96, 8 

Hayes, Edward C, Danbnry, Neb. 258 

Hazel, Thomas G., Boston, Mass. 

Helms, George L., De Smet, 8. D. 830, 2 

Henderson, John R., Roxbury, Vt. 348 

Hernandez, Bebastien, Albuquerque,N.M. 265 

Hill, Charles, Verbena, Ala. 

Hollen, C. L., Carrier, Ok. 

Holmes, John A., Farnhamville, lo. 152 

Homsaker, Davids.. /v., Omaha, Neb. 258 

Howell, J. D , Fort Recovery, Ok. 818, 4 

Husband, Charles H., Dunlap, Kan. 166 

Imboden, Thomas, Albany, Ga. 

Irvine, Javan B., Jr., Los Angeles, Cal. 

Jaquith, Chas. A., N. "Woodstock, Ct. 114 

Jennings, Wm. L., The Forks, Me. 188 

Jertberg, Carl A., Springfield, Mo. - 252 

John, John, Chicago, HI. 130 

Johnson, B. Otto, Thomaston, Ct. 112 

Johnson, Henry W. [Ct.] 

Johnson, Peter A., Pigeon Cove, Mass. 210 

Jones, Emory H., Windham, Vt. 

Jones, Thos. J., Steamboat Springs, Colo. 98 

Jordan, HoUis, Rochester, N. H. 

Jump, Herbert A [Ct.] 

Kardos, Emery, Norwalk,Ct. 110 

Kaspariau, K. G., Providence, R. I. 

Kelly, Arthur W., Aubumdale, Mass. 

Kelly, Edward P., Aubumdale, Mass. 

Kelly, Watson R., Barber, Ala. 

Kimball, John H. [a 1 

King, C. C, Atlanta, Ga. 

King, E. Alonzo, Cincinnati, O. 302 

Ladd, George B. [Ct.] 

Lake, Geo. B., Patten, Me. 186 

Lamb, W. A., Hoschton, Git. 

Larson, A. B., Yankton, 8. D. 

Lattahaw, David. Wadley, Ga. 

Leavitt, Frederick W. [Mass.] 

Le Bosquet, John E. [Mass.] 

Lee, Herbert A., Weiser, Ida. 

LeffingweU, AusUn N., No. Enid, Ok. 814 

Lindholm, S. G., Portland, N. D. 298 

Litchenthyler, E. G., Wilsonville, Or. 

Long, William J. [Mass.] 

Lord, John, Ford, Kan. 

Lyman, E Fenn Alcester, 8. D. 

Lyman, Eugene WJCt.] 

Lyman, Harry A., Hammond, Ind. 144 

MloAUister, Frank B. [Ct.l 

Mclnnes, James C, BenicU, Cal. 86 

McComas, Henry C, Baltimore, Md. 

McQuarrie, Mrs. Neil P., Niagara, N. D. 298 
.Markham, Lucius C. Cora, Kan. 164, 70 

Martin, Benj. F., Fulton, Wis. 864 

Mather, Frank A.[Ci] 

Mathes, Geo. F., Perris, Cal. 92 

Merriam, G«orge B., Greenville, N. H. 

Merrill, William H.^thol, Kan. 164, 6 

Merriit, George P., WiUiamstown, Mass. 

Miller. Jason G., Meriden, N. H. 

MUls, Ernest P., OUthe, Kan. 169 

Moates, John D., Newberry. S. C. 820 

Montague, William L., Amnerst, Mass. 

Monson, Axel T., Melville, Mass. 192 

Moor, Arthur A., Kenton, Micb. 228, 84 



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Moor, David Y.. Wnilntrton, Ct. 114 

Moore, Owen N., Cannonabarg., Mich. 222 

Moore, W. Howard, Mazeppa, Minn. 242, 8 

Morse, Amy K., Park Fairs, Wis. 302 

Morse, Warrt-n, Bridgewater, Ot. 100 

Moya, Jesus M., Albaquerqae, N. M. 292 
llnDDeke, 8., YaDkton, S. D. 

Mul'HDbach, James, Joplln, Mo. 250 

Naylor. J. W , Ooldwater, Ok. 814 

North, William C, Preeport, Mich. 226 
Olds, Chas. B. [Ct.l 

^Olmstead, Julian H., Tyndall. S. D. 830, 6 

Owen, Edward P , Jennings. Ok. 313, 4 
•Packard, William A., Princeton, N. J. 
Palisoul, Bmile J. [Mass.] 
Palmer, Burton M., Oakland, Oal. 

Pearson. John L , Alpine, Cal. 86, 8 

Percy, Timothy B., Portland. Me. 180 
Pfeiffer, tieorge M., Kansas Olty, Kan. 

Pinney, Ira E., Lida, Minn 248 

Pratt, Arthur P.. Berlin, Mass. 102 
Pratt, Waldo 8. [Ct.] 

Prestidge. W. J , Ontario, Ind. 146 

Preston. Mrv. O. W., Curtis, Neb. 258 

Price, Edgar H., Hamilton. Mo. 250 

Pugh, Miss Elverda, Des Moines, lo. 150 

Putnam, Daniel E., Bakersfleld, Vt. 342 

Radford, Mrs. Kathedne. Custer, 8. D. 330 

Rarey, Q. W , Guthrie, Ok. 814 

Rasmussen, Peter, Cope, Col. 06 



RawBon, Origffs H., Mftnninff, Wis. 360, 4, 6, 70 

Raymond, 0. R., Amherst, O. "'"' 

Keid, John [Mass.] 

Reinhart, John G., Warrenville, 111. 

Rhoades, Winthrop C. [Ct.J 

Rice, John W. [Ct.] 

Rivard, Edmund 8., Union, Ot. 

Roberts, C. E., Valencia, Ran. 

Roberts, Mrs. Rose, Valencia, Kan. 

Robinson, Ralph M., W. Pittston, Pa. 

Rockwood, Arden M. [Mass.] 

Root, Bepj. P. rCtJ 

Roulet, PT. Paul, Wichita, Kan. 

Rowe, W. H. ret.] 

Rueffg. Samuel J., Stockbridge, Wi«. 

Rulifson, Edward J., Otis. Mass. 

Ryberg, Charles E., Cannon Falls, Minn. 

Samuels, Benjamin, Villard, Minn. 

Sanders, Frank K. [Ct.] 

Saunders, Harry L.. Wellston, Ok. 

Sanderson, Edward H., Beverly, Mass. 

Sandlin, Nicholas A., Sulligent, Ala. 



Sargent, James B. [Ct.] 
Sargent, Wm. H., Port Huron, Mich. 
Schmavonlan, A. D. [Ct.] 
Scott, James F., WalLole, N. H. 
Bcndder, Arthur H., N. Truro, Mass. 
6ecoomb, 8amuel H., Lockport. IlL 
Sedgwick. Edward C, CurtisviUe, Mass. 
Self, W. O., Wrighto, Fla. 
Sims, M. H., Hoschton, Ga. 
Sisinger, Norman W., Lyndon, 111. 
Skinner. Geo. H., Mascot, Neb. 
Slater, Sheldon^Maddock, N. D. 
Smith, Charles W., Flagler, Col. 
Smith, G. Byron, Iberia, Mo. 
8mith, George M., Vermillion, 8. D. 



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Smith, Josiah G.. Wilkes Barre, Pa. 326 

Smith, Reuben H [Ct.] 

Smith, W. A , Fort Valley, Ga. 

Snodgrass, D. N., Chippewa, Mich. 222, 32 

Soza, Juan, Tempo. Ariz. 84 

Spittell, Jabez, Worthing, 8. D. 336 

Stevens, Julius M. [Ct.) 

Stevens, Wilmot E. [Mass.] 

Stewart, Edward E., Brooklyn, N. Y. 278 

8timson, Rufus W. [Ct.] 

Btrawman, David 8., Michigan City, N. D. 208 

Street, Walter B. [Ct.] 

Strong, Frank, Stafford, Kan. 

Stryker, Garrett A.. WillUmstown, Mass. 218 

Stuart, Irwin W., Vienna, Mich. 220, 36 

Stubbins, Thomas A., Honeoye, N. Y. 282 

Swartout, Edgar P., Garm Valley ,8.D.330, 2, 4 

Sweet, Milo J., Merrill, Mich. 230 

Talmage, Luther C, Bremen, Ind. 144 

Tannehill,Mrs. A 11., Evansville, Ok. 314 

Tatum, C. C, Medford, Ok. 314, 6 

/Thayer, Charles 8. [Ct.] 

Thomas, James J. [Mass.] 

Thompson, Ralph W., Sudbury, Vt. 348 

Tingle, Mrs. A. A., Gilbert, lo. 

Tompkins, John J., Kirkland, Wn. 356 

Torosyan, Hohannes T., Hawley, Mass. 200 

Townsend, JewettE , Grand Rapids, Mich. 220 

Van Kenren, Mailler O., Smvma, N. Y. 288 

Van Liew, Frank E., Frankfort, 8. D. 332, 6 

Van Luven, Lake Preston. 8. D. 332 

Vansickle, Z. F., Fetters, Ind. 144 

Vaughn, Lewis, Fargo, N. D. 

Wade, Justin G., Oneida, III. 138 

Waldorf, E. L. , Syracuse, N. Y. 200 

Waldrop, Isaac M., Alanthus. Kan. 164, 6 

Walker, David, Red Beach, Me. 186 

Walker, Isaac, Pembroke, N. H. 

Walker, Williston, Hartford, Ct. 

Wall, Henry M., Portland, Or. 

Walton. James A., Redfield, 8. D. 330 

Ward, Clarence, Leslie, 8. D. 330 

Warner, Alex. C, Ashkum, III. 126 

Warner, Charles H., Roseland, N. Y. 

Watt, Thomas E., Jefferson, Ok. 

Watt, Richard, Graceville, Mian. 240 

Weatherman, Jerry B., Oklahoma, Ok. 316 

Webb, Hugh P., Coalville, U. 

Weeks, Nathan H. [Ct ] 

Whiddon, W Z., Galena, Texas, 340 

Whitcomb, William F., Dublin, N. H. 268 

♦White, Ralph H^ Underbill, Vt. 346, 60 

Wightman, John U., Moore's Corner, Mass. 202 

Wilkinson, William, Hawkinsville, Ga. 

Williams, Howard R., Dover, Kan. 166, 72 

Wiltberger, Louis W. jCtJ 

Winchester, Andrew E., Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Wisel, Ira W., Lena, Ok. 

Wood, B. A., Garvin, Minn. 238, 40 

Woodmansee, Frank M., Custer, Mich. 224 

Woodruff, El»ah W., Washington, Ct. 

Wooster, Levi 8., Northfield, Ct. 

Wormser, William, Eastport, Mich. 224 

Worrell, Wm. B., Ross. Ind. 146 

York, Burt L., Roxbury, Ct. 110 

Zellars, Edwin G. [Ct.] 

Zimmerman, Benj., Cheyenne Agen.,S. D. 334 



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AnderaoD, Martin B., Tacoma, Wn. S68 

Archer, Thomas B., Morris, Minn. 244 

Atwood, Charles, Volney, N. Y. 290 

Auld, I. &f . , Bi. Petersburg, Fla. 120 

Bamford, John, Baton, N. Y. 282 

Barbour, Mary L., Weston, Vt. 850 

Bartel, Harvey B., Aitkin, Minn. 238 

Bean, Abram L.. W. Taunton, Mass. 214 

BJombom, Charles A., Qaincy, Mass. 210 

Bradford, C. A . , Bast Dorset, Vt. 844 

Broughton, Horace C, Pelham. Mass. 210 

Brown, Charles W., Chicago, 111. 138 
Brown, Robert B.. AshviUe, N. Y. 278, 84 

Buchanan, Wm. J., Lewiston, Me. 184 

Carlson, Bzekiel M., Los Angeles. Cal. 90 

Caughey, J. Lyon, Blbridge, N. Y. S82 

Choate, A., Baranac, Mich. 234 

Chunn, Clay D., Temple, N. H. 274 

Colby, H. B., Telluride, Colo. 08 
Coyl, E. T., Andover, O. ' 300 

Crawford, H. D., Aberdeen, Wn. 864 

Crist, A. C, MarysTlUe, O. 300 
Cronmiller, Bruce W., S. BgremoDt,Maas. 108 

Crosby, George O.. Douglas, Mass. 196 

Curtiss, W. R., S. Bvansville, N. Y. 288 

Darling, May, Mcintosh, Minn. 242 

Dickena, Albert W., Mlddlebury, Vt. 846 

Dickerson, C. H., Newark, N. J. 276 

Debenham, Walter, Mentorvllle, Neb. 262 

Dowding, Dudley C., Madison, N. Y. 284 

English. I. N.« Bertha, Minn. 288 

Bvans, Merrick, Mecca, O. 306 

Fenton, Thos. A., Morrisville, N. Y. 284 

Francis, Matthew, Goodland, Kan. 166 

Gibson, Willard P., Huntsburg, O. 804 

Gilbert, Wm. J., Toledo, Wn. 858 
Goodrich, Frank D., Cambridgeport, Vt. 348 

Hall, Newton M., Springfield, Ma80. 212 

Halverson, Olans, Clear Lake, lo. 156 

Hamerson, John, Canton, S. D. 380 

Hauser, Geo. P., Denison, Tex. 340 

HarUough, W. W., Doon, lo. 162 

Hastings, Calvin J. , Colchester, Vt. 344 
Havens. Sherman W.. Wellsville, N. Y. 200 

Hayt, Samuel A., Indianapolis J[nd. 144 

Henry, J, J., E. Pharsalia, N. Y., 282 
Hesselgrave, Chas. B., Chatham, N. J. 276 

Huelster, Wm., Payson, 111. 138 
Hughes, Rowland, Black Diamond, Wn. 354 

Hulbert, C. 8., Duxbury, Vt. 844 

Huleen, John J., Spokane, Wn. 368 
Ibbotson, Joseph O., Oriakany Falls, N.Y. 286 

Ivey« Hugh, Lebanon, N. Y. 284 

Jones, J. Russell, Le Roy, Minn. 248 

Keene, Josiah L., Mankato, Minn. 238 
Kelly, John W., Fontanelle, lo. 152, 60 

King, Jacob B., Dallas City, 111. 132 



Krause, Fred'k C, Oakland, Oal. 88 

Lash, Abraham H., Brighton, O. 800, 8 

Lemon, Guy H^ Cedar Springs, Mich. 222, 4 

Love, George W., Lanesboro, Mass. 220 
Loveijoy, Owen R., Mount Vernon, N. Y. 284 
Lower, David M., Agency, lo., 148, 54, 8 

Mathes, Geo. F., Crockett, Cal. 80 

McBean, J. T., Maiden, Mass. 204 

McDonald, J. J., Ripton, Vt. 848 

McKenzie, Wm. A., Ottumwa. lo. 158 

Meinert, Paul S., De Forest, Wn. 870 

Meservey, Ernest S , Chicago, III. 130 

Miller, D. K., Unadilla, Neb. 202 

Morse, Chas B., Chicago, 111. 128 

Mova, Miguel M., San Job6, N. M. 265 

Ozley, Charles G., Granada, Minn. 240 
Parsons, Wm. T., Union Center, N. Y. 290 

Patten, Matthew, Sound Beach, Ot. 104 

Penwarden, B. U., Casco, Me. 180, 4 

Peterson, Henry L., Jonesboro, Tenn. 838 

Pierson, B. M., Busti, N. Y. 280 

Plant, G. O., Renova, Pa. 824 

Phitts, Samuel, Alvord, lo. 148 

Rich, O. O., Ulster Park, N. Y. 290 
Richard*, J. Morlals, New Cambria, Mo. 260 

Robertson, J. D^Millville, N. Y. 284 

Rogers, R. W., Wood worth. Wis. 360 

Rose, Harry W., Bondurant, lo. 148, 66 

Roth, Victor W., Clark's Fork, Ida. 98 

Roy, Bbenezer, Alba, Mich. 220 

Ruring, Victor H., Morristown, Minn. 244, 8 

Sadler, Alfred T., Shutesbuij, Mass. 212 
Sammis, John H., Merriam Park, Minn. 246 

Sawyer, Leicester J., Eden, Fia. 118 

Smead, H. G., Bagle Rock, Cal. 86 

Smith, George, Granby, Vt. 844 

Shirey, Nicholas J., Chesterland, O. 302 

Sodiestrom, John N., Burtrum, Minn. 238, 44 

Spencer, David B., Des Moines. lo. 150 

Stone, Augustus T., Chicago, lU. 130 

Strayer, Paul M., Somers, Ct. 112 

Teed, W. H., Crary's Mills, N. Y. 286 

Thompson, Herbert, Fowler, Kan. 166 

Thornsbury, J. R., Ironton, Mich. 228 

Turner, Sebastian D., Brockton, Mass. 194 

Turrell, Chas. W., Medford, Ok. 314 

Upson, Charles B., Milford, Ct. 108 

Van Aken, B. W., Fremont, Ind. 144 

Vaughan, Wm., Baldwin, Mich. 220 

Walden, Bdw. A., Ottumwa, lo. 168 

Waltrip, R. A., Lander, Pa. 822 

Waring, Ernest C, Beverly, Mass. 102 

Wilbur, Geo. H., Port Costa, Cal. 92 

WUkie, W. B. G., Longwood, Fla. 118 

Withrow, John L., Boston, Mass. 192 

Wyatt, Francis O., Chapin, lo. 150 
Young, Joseph C, Port Townsend, Wn. 856 



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