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Amherst College Class of 1835
(from the Amherst College Biographical Record, Centennial Edition (1821-1921))

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396. *Adams, Ezra.  S. of Ezra and Nabby (Partridge), b. W. Medway, Aug. 28, 1809.

Prepared with Rev. Dr. Ide, Medway.  Hartford T. S., 1835-38; ordained Surry, N. H., Ap. 28, 1840; p. there, 1840-43; Roxbury, N. H., 1843-50; Gilsum, N. H., 1851-64.  D. Gilsum, N. H., Mch. 20, 1864.

Married (1) O. 16, 1839, Abigail, da. of William Bigelow, Athol, who d. F. 23, 1858; (2) O. 20, 1858, Alice Melissa, da. of Jonathan D. Ware, Swanzey, N. H.  4 ch.  William B. (A. C. 1863).

397. *Bancroft, David.  S. of David and Susan (Messenger), b. Rindge, N. H., F. 10, 1809.

Prepared with Rev. Selah R. Arms, Grafton, Vt.  Hartford (Conn.) T. S., 1835-38; ordained Willington, Conn., O. 21, 1839; p. there, 1839-59; Prescott, 1859-75.  D. Prescott, Mch. 11, 1875.

Married Jan. 15, 1839, Sarah Roselle, da. of Aaron Perrin, Hartford, Conn.  3 ch.  Bernadotte (A. C. 1872).

398. *Bannister, Seth Warriner.  S. of Seth and Dolly (Cutter), b. Brookfield, Jan. 15, 1811.  M. A., A. C., 1838.

Prepared Amherst Acad.  Taught in Va., 1835-36; Andover T. S., 1836-39; ordained Hinsdale, Je. 2, 1841; p. there, 1841-46; Carlisle, 1847-52; s. s. Smyrna, N. Y., 1852-53; p. Lyndon, Vt., 1853-54; 1st Ch. Ware, 1855-57; w. c., 1857-61; mail agent B. & A. R. R., 1861.  D. Newton, O. 5, 1861.

Married (1) O. 5, 1840, Elizabeth Emory Hurd, da. of Boswell Stevens, Pomfret, Conn., who d. Jy. 21, 1850; (2) S. 9, 1851, Frances Grant, da. of Timothy Cummings, Westford, who d. O. 10, 1856; (3) O. 5, 1857, Lucy, da. of Daniel Hale, Brookfield.  5 ch.

399. *Barstow, Julius Sumner.  S. of Sumner and Tamar (Waters), b. Sutton, Mch. 4, 1815.  M. D., Vt. Med. Coll., 1838.

Prepared Dudley Acad.  Studied Med. Schools Albany, N. Y., Boston and Burlington, Vt., 1835-38; dentist, 1838-39.  D. Oxford, D. 24, 1839.

400. *Blake, Mortimer.  S. of Ira and Laura (Mowry), b. Pittston, Me., Jan. 10, 1813.  M. A., A. C., 1838; D. D., A. C., 1868.

Prepared with Rev. E. Smalley, Franklin, and at Medway Classical Institute.  Prin. Franklin Acad., 1835-38; Hopkins Acad., Hadley, 1838-39; during this time studied theology with Rev. E. Smalley, Franklin, and at Worcester and Troy, N. Y.; ordained Mansfield, D. 4, 1839; p. there, 1839-55; Winslow Ch. Taunton, 1855-84.  Author local history and religious works.  D. Taunton, D. 22, 1884.

Married F. 21, 1837, Harriet Louisa, da. of Joseph Daniels, Franklin.  4 ch.  Lucien I. (A. C. 1877).

401. *Bocock, John Holmes.  S. of John Thomas and Mary (Blood), b. Floods, Buckingham Co., Va., Jan. 31, 1813.  M. A., Hampden Sidney, 1847; D. D., Washington Coll., 1856.

Prepared father's classical school and with Rev. Jesse S. Armistead; A. C., 1832-35.  Taught Floods, Va., few mos.; Union T. S., Va., 1836-39; ordained, 1839; evangelist Buckingham Co., Va., and in La.; p. Parkersburg, Va., and Providence, Va., until 1853; Harrisonburg, Va.; Bridge St. Presb. Ch. Georgetown, D. C., until 1861; Chaplain 7th Va. Regt., C. S. A., 1861; p. Fincastle, Va., 1862-70; w. c., 1870-72.  D. Lexington, Va., Jy. 17, 1872.

Married S. 6, 1854, Sarah Margaret, da. of William Kemper, Madison Co., Va.  3 s., 1 da.

402. *Bond, William Bush.  S. of Thomas and Jemima H. (Bush), b. W. Brookfield, Jan. 12, 1815.

Prepared Springfield H. S. and Boys' School, So. Hadley.  Lane T. S., 1836-38; Union T. S., 1838-39; ordained Lee, Mch. 18, 1840; p. there, 1840-46; 2nd Ch. St. Johnsbury, Vt., 1846-58; s. s. 1st Ch. Palmer, 1858-62; w. c. 6 yrs. on account of ill-health; taught Stockbridge, 1 yr.; p. New Braintree, 1872-79; w. c. Chicago, Ill., 1879-.  D. New Canaan, Conn., S. 15, 1894.

Married (1) May 5, 1840, Harriet, da. of Rev. Noah Sheldon, Stockbridge, who d. Mch. 3, 1850; (2) S. 10, 1851, Eudora, da. of Eben Parsons, Enfield, Conn., who d. Ap. 25, 1861; (3) May 8, 1873, Mary, sister of (1).  2 s.  Thomas S. (A. C. 1863); 1 da.  [Seems to be brother of Ephraim W. (A. C. 1841).]

403. *Clark, Clinton.  S. of Elihu and Roxanna (Ayres), b. Granby, May 19, 1812.  M. A., A. C., 1838.

Prepared Hadley.  Tutor A. C., 1837-41; Andover T. S., 1841-43; ordained Pompey, N. Y., F. 26, 1845, p. there, 1845-48; prin. acad. Onondaga Valley, N. Y., 1848-49; p. Ridgefield, Conn., 1850-64; s. s. Middlebury, Conn., 1865-71.  D. Middlebury, Conn., S. 23, 1871.

Married (1) Mch. 25, 1845, Hannah Williams, da. of John Heath, Brookline, who d. Jy. 12, 1849; (2) S. 23, 1851, Mary D., da. of Rev. Samuel Merwin, New Haven, Conn.  4 ch.

404. *Clark, Sereno Dickinson.  S. of Justin and Catharine (Wright), b. Southampton, Ap. 8, 1809.

Prepared with T. L. Wright and at Amherst Acad.; Yale, 1830-31; A. C., 1831-35.  Andover T. S., 1835-36, and studied with Rev. M. E. White, Southampton; s. s. Ashfield, 1839-40; ordained there, Je. 11, 1840; p. there, 1840-51; Lee, 1851-52; Sunderland, 1853-64; agent and sec. Cong. Bd. of Publication, 1865-68; p. Provincetown, 1869-72; s. s. Post Mills, Vt., 1872-73; p. Temple, N. H., 1873-76; w. c. Somerville, 1876-87.  Author numerous discourses.  D. Somerville, O. 4, 1887.

Married Je. 11, 1839, Martha Ann, da. of Hooker Leavitt, Greenfield.

405. *Dwight, John.  S. of Francis and Maria (Thorndike), b. Shirley, Jan. 2, 1810.

Prepared Warren Acad., Woburn.  Studied theology with Rev. Jacob Ide, W. Medway, 1835-37; ordained No. Bridgewater (Brockton), Ap. 12, 1837; p. South Ch. there, 1837-39; Plymouth, 1841-46; No. Wrentham, 1846-56; w. c. there, 1856-67; Cambridge, 1867-69; s. s. Millville, in Vt. and in the West.  D. Cambridge, F. 5, 1869.

Married Ap. 15, 1837, Sally Ann, da. of Benjamin Hastings, Boston.  6 ch.

406. *Eastman, David.  S. of John and Hepzibah (Keyes), b. Amherst, Je. 16, 1806.  M. A., A. C., 1838.

Prepared Amherst Acad.  Andover T. S., 1835-38; s. s. Leverett, 1838-40; ordained there, F. 12, 1840; p. there, 1840-59; s. s. Shutesbury, 1860-61; Minneapolis, Minn., 1861-62; New Salem, 1863-76.  Trustee Amherst and New Salem Acads.  D. New Salem, S. 13, 1876.

Married (1) Jan. 31, 1839, Sarah Elizabeth, da. of Joseph Smith, Exeter, N. H., who d. Mch. 3, 1843; (2) O. 8, 1844, Emily, da. of Joshua Pomeroy, Greenwich.  Ch. Anna; David; Sarah; Jonathan; Emma; Mary.

407. *Fackler, David Morris.  S. of Jacob and Caroline Matilda (Morris), b. Staunton, Va., S. 5, 1811.

Episcopal T. S. Alexandria, Va., 1835-38; ordained deacon, Jy., 1837; priest, Je. 26, 1838; rector Lynnhaven Parish, Va., 1838-42; Emmanuel Ch. Norwich, N. Y., 1842-43; Trinity Ch. Buffalo, N. Y., 1843-44; miss'y near Clinton, N. Y., 1844-46; in charge Trinity School Newark, N. J., 1846-59; p. Catholic Apostolic Ch. N. Y. City, 1859-, until a few yrs. of his death.  D. N. Y. City, Jan. 17, 1895.

Married F. 9, 1840, Susan S., da. of William Satchell, Northampton, Va., who d. F. 7, 1895.  8 ch.

408. *Fassitt, James Wilson.  S. of James and Margaret (Langstroth), b. Philadelphia, Penn., Mch. 19, 1816.

Prepared with Rev. Robert Steele, Abington, Penn.  In dry goods commission house Philadelphia, Penn., 1835-54; retired, 1854.  D. Philadelphia, Penn., Je. 7, 1859.

Married D. 8, 1840, Maria Elizabeth, da. of John Hooper, Philadelphia, Penn.  4 ch.  Bro. Robert F. (A. C. 1836).

409. *Field, Justin.  S. of Justin and Harriet (Power), b. Northfield, Ap. 10, 1816.  M. A., A. C., 1838.

Prepared Northfield Acad.  Union T. S., 1838-39; Andover T. S., 1839-40; r. Roxbury, 1843-45; ordained Prot. Episcopal Ch., 1846; rector Stockbridge, 1846-50; Great Barrington, 1850-52; Grace Ch. Medford, 1852-62; Lenox, 1862-90; p. Columbus, Ga. and Brooksville, Fla., 1892; r. W. Newton.  D. W. Newton, Mch. 5, 1893.

Married (1) Je. 26, 1862, Caroline C., da. of George C. Wilde, Boston, who d. Mch. 23, 1887; (2) Ap. 26, 1890, Louise H. Irene, da. of Hon. Wellesley H. Hylton-Joliffe, Hampshire, Eng.  3 ch.  Bro. Thomas P. (A. C. 1834).

410. *Fox, Nathaniel Breed.  S. of Samuel and Thankful (Breed), b. Hancock, N. H., O. 3, 1811.

Prepared Meriden (N. H.) Acad.; Dartmouth, 1831-32; A. C., 1832-35.  Andover T. S., 1836-39; s. s. Dracut, 1839-40; ordained Granby, Que., Aug. 25, 1841; s. s. and p. there, 1840-44; city miss'y Worcester, 1845-48.  D. Abington, Conn., D. 11, 1848.

Married May 25, 1840, Arethusa, da. of Warren Ingalls, Abington, Conn.  1 ch.

411. *Gerry, Samuel Russell.  S. of Samuel Russell and Frances (Blackler), b. Marblehead, Ap. 18, 1816.  M. D., Harvard, 1838.

Prepared Amherst Acad.  Studied med. with Dr. Lewis Otis, Boston and at Harvard Med. School, 1835-38; practised Serena, Chili, 1838-40; Santiago, Chili, 1840-43; Valparaiso, Chili, 1843-48; San Francisco, Cal., 1849-93.  Visiting physician and surgeon San Francisco City Hospital, several yrs.; resident physician almshouse, 1873-.  D. San Francisco, Cal., Mch. 10, 1893.

412. *Green, Ralph Emerson.  S. of Daniel and Elizabeth (Emerson), b. Auburn, S. 22, 1815.  M. D., Berkshire Med. Coll., 1839.

Prepared Leicester Acad.  Studied med. with father and at Pittsfield, 1835-39; practised Auburn, 1839-43; Lebanon, Conn., 1843-74.  D. Lebanon, Conn., May 20, 1874.

Married Jy. 30, 1845, Sarah C., da. of Hubbard Dutton, Lebanon, Conn.  [Seems to be brother of Thomas P. (A. C. 1836).]

413. *Greenough, John Bridge.  S. of John and Nancy (Foster), b. Boscawen, N. H., F. 8, 1816.

Prepared Boscawen (N. H.) Acad.; Dartmouth, 1830-32; A. C., 1832-35.  Attended med. lectures and taught Philadelphia, Penn., 1836; taught in Ala., Natchez, Miss. and vicinity, 1836-40; merchant and shoe manufacturer Boscawen, N. H., 1840-65.  D. Boscawen, N. H., Jan. 17, 1865.

Married May 17, 1849, Susan T., da. of Ebenezer Hall, Boscawen, N. H.  4 ch.

414. *Harris, Nicholas.  B. Springfield, Je. 7, 1810.  M. A., A. C., 1838.

Prepared Amherst Acad.  Taught Ware, 1835-36; boys' private school Hartford, Conn., 1836-64; real estate broker Hartford, Conn., 1864-79.  Author Complete System of Bookkeeping; Tables of Interest and Discount, and several other books.  D. Hartford, Conn., D. 12, 1879.

Married Jan. 22, 1840, Delphia, da. of Joseph Cummings, Ware, who d. D. 4, 1879.

415. *Hathaway, Aaron Kimball.  S. of Salmon and Lucy (Kimball), b. Grafton, D. 27, 1808.  M. A., A. C., 1842.

Prepared Dummer Acad., Newbury.  Prin. Warren Acad., Woburn, 1835-41; Washington (N. C.) Acad., 1841-42; taught Medford, 1842-44; Classical and English School Medford, 1845-60.  D. Medford, S. 16, 1860.

Married Aug. 29, 1836, Mary Ann, da. of Daniel Hale, Newbury.  5 ch.

416. *Haven, Joseph.  S. of Rev. Joseph and Elizabeth (Sparrow), b. Dennis, Jan. 4, 1816.  M. A., A. C., 1838; D. D., Marietta, 1859; A. C., 1862; LL. D., Kenyon, 1862.

Prepared Amherst Acad.  Union T. S., 1836-37; Andover T. S., 1837-39; ordained Ashland, N. 6, 1839; p. there, 1839-46; Harvard Ch. Brookline, 1846-50; at same time asst. ed. The Congregationalist; prof. of mental and moral philosophy A. C., 1851-58; prof. of systematic theology Chicago T. S., 1858-70; travelled, taught and lectured, 1870-73; acting prof. of mental and moral philosophy Chicago U., 1873-74.  Author Mental Philosophy; Moral Philosophy; Studies in Philosophy and Theology.  D. Chicago, Ill., May 23, 1874.

Married S. 23, 1840, Mary, da. of Prof. Ralph Emerson, Andover.  10 ch.

417. *Howard, Chauncey.  S. of John and Lucy (Ripley), b. Coventry, Conn., Ap. 21, 1812.

Prepared Monson and Amherst Acads.; entered A. C., 1830; taught Hadley Acad., 1 yr.  Studied law with William W. Ellsworth, 1837-40; admitted to bar, 1840; practised Hartford, Conn., 1840-44; clerk of Superior Court, Court of Errors and County Court, 1844-73.  Associate ed. Hartford Courant, 1841-43; member from Hartford in Conn. Legislature, 1849; controller public accounts of Conn., 1879-81.  D. Hartford, Conn., Aug. 12, 1891.

418. *Howard, William George.  S. of William and Lydia Elenor (Evans), b. Newburyport, S. 6, 1813.  M. A., Wesleyan, 1845; D. D., Rochester, 1854.

Prepared Newburyport Grammar School.  Studied theology with Rev. Mr. Dana, Newburyport; ordained as Baptist Middletown, Conn., S., 1843; p. there, 1843-47; Essex, Conn.; Albany, N. Y.; 2nd Baptist Ch. Rochester, N. Y.; Chicago, Ill.; New Orleans, La.; Chaplain of Confederate Regt. though a Union man, and was captured Fort Donelson; prisoner Camp Douglas, Chicago, Ill.  D. New Orleans, La., May 17, 1865.

Married May 19, 1836, Ellen L., da. of Dr. Ebenezer Baker, Brooklyn, Conn.  Ch. Ellen; Ives; Frank.

419. *Humphrey, John.  S. of President Heman and Sophia (Porter), b. Fairfield, Conn., Mch. 17, 1816.  M. A., A. C., 1838.

Prepared Amherst Acad.  Taught Prattsburg (N. Y.) Acad., 1835-36; tutor A. C., 1837-39; Andover T. S., 1836-37, 1839-41; ordained Charlestown, N. 30, 1842; p. Winthrop Ch. there, 1842-47; 1st Presb. Ch. Binghamton, N. Y., 1848-53; prof. of moral philosophy Hamilton, 1854.  D. Pittsfield, D. 2, 1854.

Married Jy. 2, 1845, Lucy V., da. of William Henderson, Thomaston, Me.  2 ch.  Bro. Edward P. (A. C. 1828); James (A. C. 1831); Henry M. (A. C. ex 1842); Zephaniah (A. C. 1843).

420. *Huntting, William.  S. of Rev. Jonathan and Julia (Sayre), b. Southold, L. I., N. Y., Mch. 13, 1810.

Prepared Clinton Acad., E. Hampton, L. I.; A. C., 1833-35.  Taught, 1835-36; Princeton T. S., 1836-39; s. s. Greenport, L. I., 1840-42; ordained there, May 3, 1842; p. there, 1842-43; s. s. Nanticoke, Penn., 1843-44; Orwell, Penn., 1844-49; Cochecton, N. Y., 1850-52; New Vernon, N. J., 1852-53; p. there, 1853-55; w. c. Plainfield, N. J., 1856-69; Stamford, Conn., 1869-83; Greenport, L. I., 1883-91.  D. Greenport, L. I., May 15, 1891.

Married S. 8, 1840, Frances M., da. of Jeremiah Moore, Greenport, N. Y.  Bro. Samuel (A. C. 1844).

421. *Janes, Justus Lyman.  S. of Obadiah and Esther (Lyman), b. Easthampton, S. 1, 1808.

Prepared Hopkins Acad., Hadley.  Hartford T. S., 1835-36; taught and studied theology Walpole, N. H., 1836-39; grad. Hartford T. S., 1839; ordained as Presb. Guilford, N. Y., 1839; p. there, 1839-55; Chester, O., 1855-68; Wyoming, Ia., 1868-72; Floyd, Ia., 1872.  D. Floyd, Ia., O. 4, 1872.

Married Je. 15, 1836, Abigail, da. of John Ely, W. Springfield.  3 ch.

422. *Larkin, Lyman Beecher.  S. of John and Hepsabah (Barnes), b. Marlboro, N. 8, 1804.  M. A., Brown, 1838; M. D., Berkshire Med. Coll., 1838.

Prepared Woburn Acad.  Studed med. with Dr. Amory Hunting, Franklin and at Berkshire Med. Coll.; practised Wrentham, 1838-57; La Salle, Ill., 1857-64; Brooklyn, N. Y. Med. Institute, 1864-69; Ballston Spa, N. Y., 1869-83.  D. Ballston Spa, N. Y., Je. 9, 1883.

Married (1) Ap. 3, 1838, Jemima, da. of Joseph L. Richardson, E. Medway, who d. Je. 20, 1850; (2) Jan. 1, 1852, Lydia S., da. of John Briggs, Taunton; (3) Ap. 3, 1860, Hattie P., da. of Rev. Amos Hills, Fairfield, Vt., who d. Jan. 12, 1873; (4) D. 3, 1874, Mrs. Annie D. Alexander, da. of Edwin Field, Rockland, Me.  11 ch.

423. *Leeds, George.  S. of Benjamin Bass and Sally (Babcock), b. Boston, O. 25, 1816.  M. A., Hobart, 1850, D. D., Trinity, 1861.

Prepared Milton Acad.; Harvard, 1831-32; A. C., 1832-35.  Andover T. S., 1836-39; ordained deacon, Prot. Episcopal Ch., Ap., 1839; priest, Mch. 9, 1841; asst. to Rev. Charles Mason, Salem, 1839-40; supplied different pulpits, 1840-43; rector Grace Ch. Utica, N. Y., 1843-53; St. Peter's Ch. Salem, 1853-60; St. Peters's Ch. Philadelphia, Penn., 1860-67; Grace Ch. Baltimore, Md., 1867-85.  D. Philadelphia, Penn., Ap. 15, 1885.

Married Jan. 22, 1843, Caroline, da. of John W. Treadwell, Salem.  Ch. John; Caroline; Alice.  Bro. Daniel (A. C. 1837); Charles (A. C. ex 1839).

424. *Parsons, Benjamin Booth.  S. of Plyn and Tryphosa (Booth), b. Enfield, Conn., Aug. 9, 1810.  D. D., Buchanan Co. U., Mo., 1865.

Prepared Monson and Amherst Acads.  Hartford T. S., 1835-38; s. s. New Preston, Conn., 1838-39; ordained there, Ap., 1839; p. there, 1839-42; s. s. Ogdensburg, N. Y., 1842-43; p. Rensselaerville, N. Y., 1843-48; Madrid, N. Y., 1848-56; s. s. Ripon, Wis., 1856-59; Wethersfield, Ill., 1859-61; Lacon, Ill., 1861-65; St. Joseph, Mo., 1865-69; Tabor Ch. Philadelphia, Penn., 1869-70; Cedar St. Ch. there, 1871-72; p. Trinity Rest Ch. there, 1872-81.  Agent of Immigration into Mo. and of Soldiers' Home, St. Joseph, Mo., 1863; corresponding sec. Philadelphia Sabbath Assoc.  D. Philadelphia, Penn., F. 25, 1887.

Married Aug. 9, 1838, Arabella, da. of Hosmer Buckingham, Essex, Conn.  2 s., 4 da.

425. *Peabody, William Augustus.  S. of Jacob and Lydia (Manning), b. Salem, D. 6, 1816.  M. A., A. C., 1838.

Prepared Boxford Acad. and Boston Latin School.  Taught Phillips Acad., Andover, 1836-37, and acting prin., 1837-38; tutor A. C., 1838-40; Andover T. S., 1835-36, 1840-42; ordained E. Randolph (Holbrook), May 2, 1843; p. there, 1843-49; prof. of Latin and modern languages A. C., 1849-50.  D. Amherst, F. 27, 1850.

Married N. 24, 1846, Mary, da. of Rev. John Codman, Dorchester.  2 ch.

426. *Perkins, George Kames.  S. of Jesse and Eunice (Taylor), b. Wells, Me., May 19, 1814.  M. A., A. C., 1839.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover.  Taught in Penn. and Ky.; studied law and admitted to bar Greensburg, Ky., 1839; practised Decatur, Ala. and taught classical school, 1839-41; studied theology; s. s. Courtlandt, Tenn., about 1 yr.; in charge Leighton (Tenn.) Acad.; s. s. Tuscumbia and Florence, Tenn.; ordained, May 2, 1844; p. Bethesda, Tenn. and prin. Union Sem., formerly Jackson Coll., 4 yrs.; s. s. and taught female acad. Somerville, Ala, 1 yr.; in charge Female Institute and p. Franconia, Ala.; s. s. and taught Classical School Lafayette, Ky.; est. female H. S. and organized Presb. Ch. Eddyville, Ky.; s. s. Rolling Mill and Fredonia, Ky.; p. Marion, Ky., 1860-62; in charge Paducah Coll., Ky., 1862-63; s. s. in Paducah (Ky.) Presbytery, 1863-65; taught and p. in southern Ill., 1865-69; s. s. Pinckneyville and Galena, Ill., 1869-72.  D. Pinckneyville, Ill., May 26, 1872.

Married O. 28, 1839, Elizabeth O., da. of Dr. William Gray, Greensburg, Ky.  11 ch.

427. *Pomeroy, Lemuel.  S. of Samuel and Dorcas (Burt), b. Southampton, Jan. 31, 1807.

Prepared Sheldon Acad., Southampton.  Hartford T. S., 1835-38; s. s. Huntington, Vt., 1838-39; Smyrna, N. Y., 1839-40; ordained there, F. 12, 1840; p. there, 1840-52; s. s. Bainbridge, N. Y., 1852-54; p. Huntsburg, O., 1855-61; Wethersfield, Ill., 1861-65; a. p. Muscotah, Kans., 1867-68; Muscotah and New Malden, Kans., 1873-78; w. c. Muscotah, Kans., 1878-89.  D. Muscotah, Kans., O. 4, 1889.

Married (1) O. 13, 1839, Hannah, da. of Stephen Wolcott, Southampton, who d. May 4, 1841; (2) D. 9, 1841, Mrs. Eunice Amanda Putnam, da. of Joseph De Forest, Dover, N. Y.  4 ch.

428. *Powers, Dennis.  S. of David and Naomi (Goldthwaite), b. Croyden, N. H., May 24, 1808.

Prepared Day's Acad., Wrentham.  Andover T. S., 1835-38; ordained E. Randolph (Holbrook), D. 5, 1838; p. 2nd Ch. there, 1838-41; So. Abington, 1842-50; clerk in Interior Dept. Washington, D. C., 1851-53; agent Amer. Colonization Soc., 1853-56; p. So. Braintree, 1856-59; w. c. So. Abington, 1860-69; p. Rindge, N. H., 1869-72; w. c. Abington, 1872-74; p. Worthington, 1874-76; w. c. Abington, 1876-86.  Chaplain N. H. Legislature, 1870-72.  D. Abington, Jy. 1, 1886.

Married (1) D. 10, 1838, Pamelia C., da. of Dr. Benjamin Seabury, Charlestown, who d. Jan. 26, 1840; (2) N. 2, 1840, Mary T., da. of Joshua King, Abington.  1 s.

429. *Smith, George Phillips.  S. of George Hibbert and Mary Nelson (Prime), b. Salem, F. 11, 1814.

Prepared Salem Latin School.  Taught Randolph, 1835-37; Andover T. S., 1837-40; ordained Winchester, Je. 17, 1841; p. there, 1841-45; 1st Ch. Worcester, 1845-52.  D. Salem, S. 3, 1852.

Married (1) Je. 22, 1842, Octavia Ann, da. of Burrage Yale, So. Reading (Wakefield), who d. Mch. 21, 1844; (2) May 6, 1851, Margarette Elizabeth, da. of John B. Osgood, Salem.  2 ch.

430. *Taylor, Timothy Alden.  S. of Jeremiah and Martha Shaw (Alden), b. Hawley, S. 7, 1809.  M. A., A. C., 1838.

Prepared Amherst Acad.  Andover T. S., 1835-38; ordained Slatersville, R. I., Jan. 23, 1839; p. there, 1839-58.  D. Slatersville, R. I., Mch. 2, 1858.

Married 1840, Caroline H. Grosvenor, Brookfield.  1 ch.  Bro. Rufus (A. C. 1837); Jeremiah (A. C. 1843).

431. *Thompson, Charles Frederick.  S. of Cephas and Olivia (Leonard), b. Middleboro, Je. 2, 1816.

Prepared Pierce Acad., Middleboro.  Preceptor Orangeburg (S. C.) Acad.  D. Orangeburg, S. C., S. 3, 1839.

432. *Thompson, Leander.  S. of Charles and Mary (Wyman), b. Woburn, Mch. 7, 1812.  M. A., A. C., 1839.

Prepared Warren Acad., Woburn.  Andover T. S., 1835-38; s. s. Granby, 1838-39; ordained as evangelist Woburn, N. 30, 1838; miss'y of A. B. C. F. M., Syria, 1840-43; p. So. Hadley, 1843-50; W. Amesbury, 1854-67; w. c. 1867-68; s. s. Wolfboro, N. H., 1868-69; North Ch. Woburn, 1869-72; w. c. No. Woburn, 1872-96.  D. No. Woburn, O. 18, 1896.

Married N. 6, 1839, Annie Eliza, da. of Samuel Avery, Wolfboro, N. H.  6 ch.  Everett A. (A. C. 1871).

433. *Williams, Robert Gordon.  S. of William Gordon and Tryphena (King), b. New Hartford, Conn., Mch. 30, 1816.

Prepared Amherst Acad.  In business Savannah, Ga.; Princeton T. S., 1844-47; taught Young Ladies Sem. Knoxville, Tenn., 1847-49; s. s. Monterey, Cal., 1850-51; ordained Durham, Conn., O., 1851; p. there, 1851-53; Woodbury, Conn., 1853-59; taught Young Ladies' Sem. Saugerties, N. Y., 1861-65; Ladies' Collegiate Institute Waterbury, Conn., 1865-69; prin. State Normal School Castleton, Vt., 1869-74; taught Mechanicsville, N. Y., 1874-83; prin. young ladies' boarding school Amherst, 1885-94.  Capt. Co. G, 1st Regt. Conn. Heavy Artillery, 1861-62.  D. Amherst, Feb. 16, 1894.

Married (1) N. 21, 1837, Amelia S., da. of David Gould, Sharon, Conn., who d. Jy. 30, 1843; (2) May 18, 1847, Elizabeth M., da. of Rev. David M. Smith, Princeton, N. J., who d. Ap. 10, 1860; (3) Ap. 2, 1861, Mary E., da. of Rev. Henry Slater, Upper Jay, N. Y.  2 ch.

434. *Williams, Worthington Stoddard.  S. of Rev. Samuel Porter and Mary Hanford (Webb), b. Mansfield, Conn., Mch. 20, 1812.

Prepared Hartford, Conn.; A. C., 1833-35.  Taught in Mass., Tenn. and N. J.; private sec. of Gen. Ripley at U. S. Armory, Springfield.  D. Northampton, Jan. 23, 1883.

435. *Wyman, Edward.  S. of Nehemiah and Susan Frances (Cutter), b. Charlestown, Ap. 24, 1815.  LL. D., U. of Mo., 1873.

Prepared with Rev. Jared Curtis, Charlestown.  Taught Winter Hill, 1835-36; Mayhew Grammar School, Boston, 1836; est. Hillsboro (Ill.) Acad. and prin., 1836-43; est. St. Louis (Mo.) English and Classical H. S. and prin., 1843-53; partner Page, Bacon & Co., bankers, St. Louis, Mo., 1853-56; financial agent O. & Miss. R. R., 1855-56; est. O'Fallon, now St. Louis, White Lead & Oil Works and supt., 1856-61; president St. Louis City U., 1861-67; real estate broker St. Louis, Mo., 1867-79; est. Wyman Institution, Upper Alton, Ill. and prin., 1880-88.  President bd. of directors St. Louis (Mo.) public schools many yrs.  D. Alton, Ill., Ap. 30, 1888.

Married (1) Ap. 16, 1839, Elizabeth Frances, da. of Moses Hadley, Boston, who d. N. 18, 1858; (2) D. 25, 1859, Martha, da. of Dr. Edwin Leigh, St. Louis, Mo.  10 ch.  Walter (A. C. 1870).

NON-GRADUATES

*Adams, Daniel Lucius.  S. of Daniel, b. Mt. Vernon, N. H., N. 1, 1814.  A. C., 1831-33; grad. Yale, 1835.  Harvard Med. School, 1838; practised med. N. Y. City.  D. 1899.
*Bayley, James Roosevelt.  S. of Gay C., b. N. Y. City, Aug. [23], 1814.  D. D., A. C., 1831-33; grad. Trinity, Hartford, 1835.  Clergyman Prot. Episcopal Ch.; became Roman Catholic; studied theology Paris and Rome; ordained priest, 1842; prof. of Belles Lettres and president St. John's Coll. Fordham, 1845-46; bishop of Newark, N. J., 1853-; archbishop of Baltimore, Md., 1872-.  Author Memoirs of Bishop Bruté, and other works.  D. O. 3, 1877.
*Bingham, Anson.  S. of James, b. about 1811.  Registered from Canterbury, Conn.  A. C., 1832; grad. Brown, 1835.  Baptist clergyman.
*Brittan, Nathan.  S. of Samuel and Bathsheba (Haskins), b. Spencer, 1806.  Prepared Hadley; A. C., 1831-32; grad. Brown, 1837.  Taught Bennington, Vt., 18 mos.; Collegiate Institute Rochester, N. Y.; est. graded school system Lyons, N. Y.; prin. Adrian (Mich.) Union School, 1851.  Ed. Union School Miscellany and Teacher's Manual.  D. Jan. 3, 1872.
*Brown, Edward.  S. of William, b. Ipswich, Jan. 13, 1815.  A. C., 1831-33.  Ship master and merchant Salem.
*Bryant, Horatio.  S. of Micah, b. about 1809.  Registered from Plymton.  A. C., 1831-32; grad. Union, 1836.  Yale Med. Coll., 1839; practised Independence, Ia.
*Bryant, John M.  B. about 1810.  Registered from Weston.  A. C., 1831.  D. in college.
*Codman, John.  S. of Rev. John and Mary (Wheelwright), b. Dorchester, O. 16, 1814.  A. C., 1832-34.  Sea captain; correspondent Boston Journal and N. Y. Evening Post.  Author Sailor's Life and Sailor's Yarns, etc.
*Dashiell, Richard Redgley.  S. of Alfred H., b. Anne Arundel Co., Md., Aug. 18, 1816.  A. C., 1831-33; grad. U. of Penn., 1837.  Practised med. Jackson, Tenn.  Author Medical Topography of the Forked Deer Valley.  D. Lexington, Tenn., May 17, 1907.
*Dwight, Edmund.  S. of Henry, b. Utica, N. Y., O. 14, 1815.  A. C., 1831-33; grad. Yale, 1835.  Banker Geneva; merchant N. Y. City.  Trustee N. Y. Juvenile Asylum and two hospitals; vice-president N. Y. Homeopathic Coll.
*Fisher, Otis.  B. about 1808.  Registered from Wendell.  A. C., 1831-32.
*Fisk, James.  S. of Rev. John, b. New Braintree, about 1814.  A. C., 1831-33.  Practised med. Mendon and Milford.  D. Milford, Jy. 3, 1843.
*Flint, William.  S. of Simeon and Lydia A. (Ford), b. Charlestown, May 30, 1814.  M. D.  Prepared Bradford and Warren Acads.; A. C., 1831-34.  Studied Bowdoin Med. Coll. and with Dr. Stone, Topsfield; practised Athens, Ga.; Prot. Episocopal clergyman Erie, Penn., Charlestown and Greenfield.  D. Greenfield, Ap. 12, 1859.
*Fowler, Stephen.  S. of Rev. Bancroft, b. about 1812.  Registered from Northfield.  A. C., 1831-33; grad. Dartmouth, 1835.  Taught Clarendon Springs, Vt.  D. in Vt.
*Fraser, John Sullivan.  B. about 1815.  Registered from Walthourville, Ga.  A. C., 1832-33.  Grad. Harvard L. S., 1838.
*Frost, Joshua.  S. of Dr. Joshua, b. Springfield, May 12, 1816.  A. C., 1831-33.  Portrait painter Springfield, Boston and in Ga.
*Goodhue, Isaac Newton.  S. of Stephen, b. Hebron, N. H., Ap. 20, 1813.  A. C., 1831-32; Dartmouth, 1832-33.  Practised law Lowell; associate ed. with brother James M.; ed. Minn. Pioneer; clerk in U. S. Treasury Dept., 1864-78.
*Grant, John Miner.  S. of Billings and Lucy C. (Sanford), b. Stafford, Conn., N. 26, 1815.  Prepared Monson Acad.; A. C., 1831-32.  Went to China on a merchantman; clerk Hartford, Conn. and Stafford Hollow, Conn.  Drowned, S. 11, 1839.
*Hall, Henry.  S. of William, b. Rutland, Vt., S. 16, 1814.  A. C., 1831-33; grad. Middlebury, 1835.  Taught in Md., 1835-36; practised law Rutland, Vt., 1839-; registrar Probate Court of District of Rutland, Vt., 1839-61; Trial Justice of Peace, several yrs.
*Herbert, George.  S. of George and Charlotte (Tuttle), b. Ellsworth, Me., S. 7, 1815.  Prepared with Rev. Peter Nourse, Ellsworth, Me. and at Castine (Me.) H. S.; A. C., 1831-33.  Practised law Ellsworth, Me., 1837-54; Chicago, Ill., 1854-.
*Howe, Nathaniel Saltonstall.  S. of Isaac R., b. Haverhill, Ap. 24, 1817.  A. C., 1831-33; grad. Yale, 1835.  Admitted to bar, Mich.; practised in Mich. until 1847; Haverhill, 1847-.  Member Mass. Senate, 1853; Judge of Probate for Essex Co., 1853-58; U. S. Collector of Int. Rev. for 6th Mass. District, 1866-70; law commissioner for Little Rock and Fort Smith (Ark.) R. R. Co., 1870-75; clerk office of U. S. Asst. Attorney-General for Interior Dept., Washington, D. C., 1877-.
*Humphreys, George.  S. of Dr. Erastus, b. Marcellus, N. Y., Mch. 15, 1814.  A. C., 1832-34.  Studied law with W. H. Seward, 1835; admitted to Supreme Court, Jy., 1838; practised law Cato, N. Y., 1839-52; Auburn, N. Y., 1852-69; Buffalo, N. Y., 1869-; county judge of Cayuga Co., 1852-60; mayor of Auburn, N. Y., 1861, 1862, 1864.
*Luce, Elias Howell.  S. of Rev. Abram, b. about 1815.  Registered from Riverhead, L. I.  A. C., 1832-33.  R. Wading River, R. I.  D. about 1843.
*Macomber, Joshua Mason.  S. of Ebenezer, b. 1811.  M. D., N. Y. Med. Coll.  A. C., 1831-33; grad. Brown, 1835.  Prof. of Chemistry Penn. Med. Coll.  D. Uxbridge, F. 9, 1881.
*Maybin, David Crawford.  B. Philadelphia, Penn., S. 7, 1814.  A. C., 1832-33.  Grad. Castleton (Vt.) Med. Coll., 1845; practised med. Great Falls, N. H., 1845-48; grad. Episcopal T. S., Gambia, O., 1852; Episcopal clergyman, 1852-57; Baptist clergyman, 1857-81.  D. Morenci, Mich., F. 2, 1881.
*Merill, Benjamin Addison.  B. Georgetown, Jan. 1, 1808.  A. C., 1831.  Boot and shoe business Wolcott, N. Y.
*Miller, Lyman.  S. of Silas, b. about 1810.  Registered from Williamsburg.  A. C., 1831-33.
*Moore, Jonathan Fiske.  S. of Rev. Martin, b. Natick, Aug. 23, 1815.  A. C., 1831-33; grad. Middlebury, 1838.  Practised law Boston; ed. Norfolk Co. Journal, Dedham; with father ed. Boston Recorder, 3 yrs.  D. Boston, F. 21, 1876.
*Nicoll, George Augustus.  S. of Alexander, b. about 1816.  Registered from New Brunswick, N. J.  A. C., 1831.
*Northend, Charles.  S. of John, b. Newbury, Ap. 2, 1814.  M. A. (hon.), A. C., 1848.  A. C., 1831-33.  Taught Newbury, 1 yr.; Danvers (Peabody), 5 yrs.; Salem, 11 yrs.; ed. Conn. Common School Journal, 8 yrs.; supt. of schools Danvers, 3 yrs.; asst. supt. of schools Conn., 10 yrs.; supt. of schools New Britain, Conn., 7 yrs.  Author Teacher and Parent, etc.  D. 1895.
*Olney, George Washington.  S. of Anthony, b. about 1815.  Registered from Waterford, N. Y.  A. C., 1831-33; grad. Yale, 1835.  Practised law St. Louis, Mo. with H. W. Billings.  D. 1850.
*Palen, J. G.  B. Catskill, N. Y.  A. C., 1832-34.  Practised law Hudson, N. Y.; appointed Governor of Ariz.  D. in Ariz.
*Patterson, George W.  S. of James, b. Philadelphia, Penn., 1815.  A. C., 1831-33.  Merchant Philadelphia, Penn., 1833-49; banker N. Y., 1849-51.  D. N. Y., S., 1851.
*Paul, Thomas.  S. of James, b. about 1814.  Registered from Philadelphia, Penn.  A. C., 1833-34.
*Percival, James L.  B. about 1814.  Registered from Sandwich.  A. C., 1831-34.  D. while a student A. C., Sandwich, 1834.
*Platt, William Hinchman.  S. of William, b. Owego, N. Y., S. 23, 1815.  A. C., 1831-33; grad. Yale, 1835.  Merchant.
*Ripley, Charles.  S. of Thomas W. and Susan (Clapp), b. Greenfield, Aug. 30, 1815.  A. C., 1831-33; grad. Dartmouth, 1835.  Studied law New Haven, Conn.; practised law Louisville, Ky., 1838-67.  D. Louisville, Ky., 1867.
*Sherman, David Babcock.  S. of David A. and Mary Ann (Babcock), b. 1815.  A. C., 1832.  Studied law New Haven, Conn.; presumably admitted to bar Columbia, Ga.  D. in S. C., 1840.
*Spring, Levi.  S. of Samuel, b. Grafton, Vt., Je. 15, 1811.  A. C., 1831-35.  Printer Worcester.  D. Grafton, F., 1846.
*Tenney, Albert Gorham.  S. of Benjamin J., b. Newbury, Jy. 2, 1814.  A. C., 1831-32; grad. Bowdoin, 1835.  Ed. Baltimore, Md., Boston and Brunswick, Me.; private sec. of Commodore Downes, U. S. N., some yrs.
*Ward, John Elliott.  B. Sunberry, Liberty Co., Ga., O. 2, 1814.  LL. D., A. C., 1891.  A. C., 1831-32.  Studied law with Matthew H. McAllister, Savannah, Ga.; admitted to bar, 1835; Dane L. S., Cambridge, 1835-36; practised Savannah, Ga., 1836-58; U. S. District Attorney for Ga., 1838-39; member Ga. Legislature, 1839, 1842, 1845; Speaker of House, 1854; mayor of Savannah, Ga., 1854-55; president Democratic National Convention, 1856; State Senator, 1858-59; president Senate and thereby Lieut. Governor, 1858-59; U. S. Minister to China, 1859-61; practised law Savannah, Ga., 1861-65; N. Y. City, 1865-.  D. 1902.
*Wilson, James Willis.  B. about 1815.  Registered from Augusta Co., Va.  A. C., 1832-33; grad. Columbia, 1836.  Practised law.  D. 1868.

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