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1365. *Armstrong, Luther.  S. of Clinton and Lucy (Rogers), b. Rogersville, E. Tenn., O. 28, 1837.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Prep. Dept. Webster Coll., Mo., Webster Coll., 1855-57; A. C., 1858-60.  Taught private school, 1860-62; farmer and fruit grower Kirkwood, Mo., 1865-73; floriculturist Kirkwood, Mo., 1873-.  Priv. Serg. Major, 1st Lieut. and Quartermaster, 33rd Mo. Vols., 1862-65.  D. Kirkwood, Mo., F. 10, 1926.

Married (1) D. 27, 1866, Julia H., da. of C. H. Alcott, St. Louis, Mo., who d. Aug. 19, 1868; (2) Ap. 3, 1878, Emma, da. of John D. Henderson, Columbus, O.  1 s., 1 da.

1366. *Barrows, John Otis.  S. of Andrew and Sarah (Storrs), b. Mansfield, Aug. 4, 1833.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Kimball Union Acad., N. H.  Hartford T. S., 1860-61;  Andover T. S., 1861-63; ordained No. Hampton, N. H., Je. 9, 1864; p. there, 1864-66; 1st Ch. Exeter, N. H., 1866-69; miss'y of A. B. C. F. M. Caesarea, Asia Minor, 1869-75; Manisa, Turkey, 1875-76; Constantinople, Turkey, 1876-80; w. c. Mansfield, Conn., 1880-82; p. Atkinson, N. H., 1882-85; Newington, Conn., 1885-91; Stonington, Conn., 1893-; retired, 1908, preaching frequently.  D. Norwichtown, Conn., Jan. 26, 1918.

Married May 6, 1864, Clara S., da. of Frederick Freeman, Mansfield, Conn.  5 ch.

1367. *Binney, Horace.  S. of Horace and Eliza F. (Johnson), b. Philadelphia, Penn., Mch. 11, 1840.

Prepared Acad. of the Protestant Episcopal Ch. Philadelphia, Penn.; Yale, 1855-57; A. C., 1857-60.  Examiner U. S. Patent Office, 1867-69; studied law Washington, D. C., 1867-69; admitted to bar, O. 26, 1869; practised Philadelphia, Penn., 1869-81.  2nd Lieut., 1st Lieut., Capt. and Brevet Maj. 118th Penn. Vols., 1862-65; 2nd Lieut. 20th U. S. Inf., 1867.  D. Philadelphia, Penn., Ap. 21, 1881.

Married Mch. 10, 1870, Mary M., da. of William B. Kenner, Oakland Plantation, La.  Bro. William J. (A. C. 1862).

1368. *Boardman, Moses Bradford.  S. of Francis and Sarah E. (Bradford), b. Francestown, N. H., May 25, 1883.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Kimball Union Acad., N. H.  Union T. S., 1860-62; Andover T. S., 1862-63; ordained Lynnfield Centre, O. 1, 1863; p. there, 1863-70; Brimfield, 1870-73; r. Brimfield, 1873-75; Harwinton, Conn., 1875-78; New Britain, Conn., 1878-1907; a. p. there, 1883-92, 1905-07.  D. New Britain, Conn., S. 22, 1907.

Married S. 27, 1863, Ellen E., da. of Orville Barbour, Harwinton, Conn.   3 s., 1 da.

1369. *Brown, William.  S. of James P. and Susan (Baker), b. Concord, S. 10, 1838.  Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Upsilon.

Prepared No. Bridgewater Acad.  Harvard T. S., 1860-63; ordained, N. 5, 1863; p. 1st Cong. (Unit.) Ch. Sherborn, 1863-72; Walpole, N. H., 1872-83; W. Bridgewater, 1883-88; E. Marshfield, 1888-90; Tyngsboro, 1890-1902; w. c. Tyngsboro, 1902-10.  D. Tyngsboro, Mch. 25, 1910.

Married Je. 15, 1865, Salome S., da. of Francis D. Williams, Taunton.  1 s., 2 da.

1370. *Bullard, Henry.  S. of Rev. Dr. Artemas (A. C. 1826), and Anne (Jones), b. St. Louis, Mo., S. 23, 1839.  M. A., A. C., 1863; D. D., Westminster, 1883.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Webster Coll., Mo.  Andover T. S., 1860-63; ordained O. 1, 1863; p. Wayland, 1863-68; Westminster Presb. Ch. St. Joseph, Mo., 1868-1911.  With U. S. Christian Commission, 1863-65.  Trustee Highland Coll., Kans., Westminster Coll. and Park Coll., Mo.  D. St. Joseph, Mo., May 17, 1911.

Married Aug. 30, 1871, Helen N., da. of Rev. Henry A. Nelson, Geneva, N. Y.  4 ch.  Henry N. (A. C. 1896).

1371. *Cannon, Horace.  S. of Caleb L. and Bathsheba (Bourne), b. Mattapoisett, Aug. 28, 1832.  Delta Upsilon.

Prepared New England Normal Institute, Lancaster.  Taught E. Bridgewater and Marion, 1860-62.  D. E. Bridgewater, D. 25, 1862.

1372. Chapin, George Farnsworth.  S. of David B. and Zeviah H. (Farnsworth), b. Newport, N. H., May 26, 1836.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Kimball Union Acad., N. H.  Union T. S., 1860-63; resident licentiate, 1863-64; taught N. Y. City, 1863-65; ordained Lawrence, Kans., Je., 1866; s. s. and p. there, 1865-69; s. s. Irving, Kans., 1869-72; Brimfield, 1872-73; a. p. Alstead, N. H., 1873-83; p. Saxtons River, Vt., 1883-; p. emeritus, 1922.

Married (1) O. 2, 1862, Mary F., da. of Calvin Wilcox, Newport, N. H., who d. S. 1, 1868; (2) F. 26, 1873, Isabella S., da. of Charles Perry, Beverly.  Ch. Jessie Z.; Mary E.; Grace M.; Alice L.

Address, Princeville, Ill.

1373. *Copp, John Joseph.  S. of Belton A. and Betsey A. (Barber), b. Groton, Conn., Je. 28, 1840.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Bacon Acad., Colchester, Conn.  Taught Abington, Conn., National, Ia., Lake City, Minn., 1860-64; Lancaster Acad., Wis., 1864-66; studied law with Jeremiah Halsey, Norwich, Conn., 1866-68; admitted to bar, S., 1868; practised New London and Groton, Conn., some yrs. r. on farm, Pleasant Valley, Groton.  D. New London, Conn., F. 2, 1914.

Married Ap. 5, 1879, Ellen, da. of Orlando Chester, Groton, Conn.

1374. *Curtiss, George.  S. of Samuel I. and Rebecca T. (Hough), b. E. Hampton, Conn., Jan. 5, 1837.  D. D., Fargo Coll., N. D., 1899.  Delta Upsilon.

Prepared Union, Conn.  Hartford T. S., 1860-62; Andover T. S., 1862-63; licensed to preach, Je. 1862; s. s. Pepperell, 1863-64; Bristol, R. I., 1864; ordained Avon, Conn., D. 28, 1865; p. there, 1865-69; Harwinton, Conn., 1869-77; a. p. Union, Conn., 1878-81; Wethersfield Ave. Ch. Hartford, Conn., 1881-89; p. Mayville, N. D., 1889-99; s. s. Minneapolis, Minn., 1899-1900; a. p. W. Haven, Conn., 1900-08; Cong. Ch. Union, Conn., 1903-04; Kent, Conn., 1904-08; w. c. occasionally preaching W. Haven, Conn., 1908-15.  Trustee Fargo Coll., N. D.  D. W. Haven, Conn., O. 1, 1915.

Married (1) Jan. 13, 1864, Elvira, da. of Healy Corbin, who d. Ap. 17, 1875; (2) Mch. 8, 1877, Mrs. Phoebe M. Bishop, da. of James Med. Coll., Cabe, who d. Je. 27, 1877; (3) S. 15, 1880, Martha A., da. of Curtiss Blakely, Bristol, Conn.  Ch. Elsie A.; George C.; Mary R.; John H.; Martha E.  Bro. Samuel I. (A. C. 1867).

1375. *Dexter, George.  S. of John B. and Lucinda (McIntyre), b. Charlton, O. 25, 1834.  Delta Upsilon.

Prepared Worcester Acad.  Prin. Belchertown H. S., 1860; Ware H. S., 1861-62; Harvard T. S., 1862-64; ordained Bridgewater, Jan. 25, 1865; p. 1st Cong. Ch. there, 1865-66; Brewster, 1866-70; Walpole, N. H., 1870-75; banker Boston, r. Dorchester, 1875-1903.  D. Dorchester, May 28, 1903.

Married Jan. 1, 1866, Cornelia W., da. of Emmor K. Cornell, Troy, N. Y.

1376. *Dickinson, Cornelius Evarts.  S. of Aaron and Sarah (Miller), b. Heath, Ap. 23, 1835.  D. D. Wabash and Adelbert, 1888.  Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Shelburne Falls Acad.  Prin. Amherst Acad., 1860; taught Lake Forest Acad., Ill., 1860-61; studied theology with Prof. L. C. Bartlett, while teaching, 1860-61; Chicago T. S., 1861-63; taught Latin and Greek Palmer's Acad., Chicago, Ill., 1861-62; ordained Je. 2, 1863; s. s. Oak Park, Ill., 1862-63; p. there, 1863-67; Elgin, Ill., 1867-82; p. Marietta, O., 1883-96; Windham, O. 1897-1901; Columbia Cong. Ch., Cincinnati, O., 1901-06; Belpre, O., 1906-14; s. s. three small neighboring Chs., 1914-20; r. Marietta, 1914-25; preacher Putnam Ch., 1921.  Author History of the First Congregational Church, Marietta, Ohio; History of Belpre, Ohio; many addresses and essays, chiefly historical.  Trustee Marietta Coll., O., 1888-1908; member bd. of visitors of Chicago T. S., 1877-83.  d. Marietta, O., Mch. 7, 1925.

Married O. 1, 1863, Susan D., da. of Simeon H. Williams, Shelburne Falls, who d. N. 16, 1922.  Ch. Bertha (Metcalf); Howard W.; Spencer M. (d.); Susan (Mac Mahon); Ray C. (d.); Ethel M. (d.); Le Roy A.

1377. *Douglass, Richard Draper.  S. of William S. and Jane G. (Arthur), b. Westport, N. Y., O. 23, 1836.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover, Exeter, N. H. and Williston Sem.  Bangor T. S., 1860-63; licensed to preach, Jy., 1863; in business Boston, 1866-67; special relief agent Brooklyn Children's Aid Soc., N. Y., 1867-73; general supt. of the soc., 1873-85.  Agent of the U. S. Christian Commission, Bridgeport, Ala. and Lookout Valley, Tenn., 1863-64; Va., 1864-65; in commissary dept. of U. S. A., City Point, Va., 1865.  D. Brooklyn, N. Y., Ap. 2, 1885.

Married S. 13, 1864, Mary A., da. of E. Appleton Lawrence, Springfield, L. I.  3 ch.  Bro Ebenezer (A. C. 1851); Francis A. (A. C. 1851).

1378. *Esty, William Cole.  S. of Rev. Isaac and Anna G. (Cole), b. Westmoreland, N. H., Ap. 8, 1838.  M. A., A. C., 1863; LL. D., A. C., 1888.  Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Kimball Union Acad., N. H.  Studied Harvard under Prof. Benjamin Pierce, 1860-61; taught mathematics Salem H. S., 1861-62; instructor in mathematics and astronomy A. C., 1862-65; prof. of mathematics and astronomy A. C., 1865-1905; prof. emeritus, 1905-16.  D. Worcester, Jy. 27, 1916.

Married Jy. 18, 1867, Martha A., da. of Thomas P. Cushing, Boston.  Ch. William (A. C. 1889); Thomas C. (A. C. 1893); Edward T. (A. C. 1897); Robert P. (A. C. 1897).  (Portrait in possession of A. C.)

1379. *Frisbee, Edward Selah.  S. of Milton and Angeline (Park), b. Meredith, N. Y., F. 2, 1837.  M. A., A. C., 1866; D. D., A. C., 1878.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Delaware Acad., Delhi, N. Y. and Delaware Literary Institute, Franklin, N. Y.; A. C., 1856-57, 1858-60; Taught Williston Sem., 1860-62; Union T. S., 1862-63; taught Amherst H. S., prin. and studied 1 yr. A. C., 1863-67; licensed to preach, Jy., 1864; prin. Northampton H. S., 1867-71; Binghamton (N. Y.) H. S., 1872-75; president Wells Coll., 1875-85.  Inspector U. of State of N. Y., Albany.  D. Albany, N. Y., Mch. 13, 1920.

Married Aug. 11, 1864, Caroline E., da. of Mark Haskell, Amherst.

1380. *Goodale, George Lincoln.  S. of Stephen L. and Prudence A. (Nourse), b. Saco, Me., Aug. 3, 1839.  M. A., A. C., 1866; Bowdoin, 1869; LL. D. , A. C., 1890; Bowdoin, 1890; Princeton, 1896; M. D., Bowdoin, 1863; Harvard, 1863.  Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared privately.  Harvard and Bowdoin, 1863; practised Portland, Me., 1863-66; instructor in anatomy, Portland School for medical instruction, 1863-67; prof. of natural science and applied chemistry, Bowdoin, 1867-72; prof. of materia medica, Medical School of Me., 1868-72; assayer to the State, 1864-72; and member of the Bd. of Agriculture, Me., 1868-72; instructor in botoany, and University lecturer on vegetable physiology, Harvard, 1872-73; asst. prof. of vegetable physiology, 1873-78; prof. of botany, and director of the Botanical Garden, Harvard U., 1878-.  Member many learned societies.  Wrote numerous articles in scientific publications on vegetable physiology and economic botany.  D. Cambridge, Ap. 12, 1923.

Married D. 4, 1866, Henrietta J., da. of Joseph Hobson, Saco, Me.  Ch. Joseph L.; Edward M.; Caroline N. (d.); Robert M. (d.); Francis G.

1381. *Griggs, Leverett Stearns.  S. of Rev. Leverett and Catharine (Stearns), b. No. Haven, Conn., F. 16, 1838.  Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Millbury H. S. Yale and Lane T. S., 1860-63; ordained Je. 23, 1864; s. s. Spring Valley, Minn., 1863-66; Owatonna, Minn., 1866-69; Lowell, Mich., 1870-72; Collinsville, Conn., 1872-74; Terryville, Conn., 1874-87; a. p. Ivoryton, Conn., 1887-98; Middlebury, Conn., 1900-03.  D. Middlebury, Conn., Ap. 10, 1903.

Married Jy. 13, 1864, Cornelia, da. of Rev. Henry Little, Madison, Ind.  Ch. John C.; George D.; Jessie L.; Alice W.; Katharine C.; Henry L.; Susan L.

1382. *Harrington, Henry Martyn.  S. of Luther and Sara (Hourse), b. So. Royalston, D. 27, 1837.  M. A., A. C., 1863.

Prepared Brattleboro (Vt.) Acad.; Middlebury, 1856-58; A. C., 1858-60.  Taught New Salem Acad., 1860-62; Spencer H. S., 1862-66; Worcester Grammar School, 1866-72; travelling agent for Ginn Bros., r. Worcester, 1872-74; supt. of schools. No. Adams, 1874-76; supt. of schools Bridgeport, Conn., 1876-90; in business, at times, 1890-1915.  D. Bridgeport, Conn., F. 18, 1915.

Married Aug. 22, 1861, Hannah, da. of Addison Lowell, W. Boylston.   Ch. Jessie; Mabel; Rosa G.

1383. *Holmes, Henry Martyn.  S. of Rev. Otis and Sarah (Preston), b. Dorchester, D. 13, 1832.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Pembroke Acad., N. H.  Bangor T. S., 1861-62; Andover T. S., 1862-64; s. s. Lenenburg, Vt., 1865-66; ordained there, May 10, 1866; s. s. Ticonderoga, N. Y., 1866-67; supt. Children's Aid Soc. Brooklyn, N. Y., 1867-68; s. s. Greenwich, N. Y., 1868-69; p. Benson, Vt., 1869-75; Southboro, 1875-78; a. p. Ayer, Rye, N. H. and Orleans, for several yrs. each; w. c. Provincetown, 1893-1907.  Field agent U. S. Christian Commission, 1864-65.  D. Provincetown, F. 18, 1907.

Married Ap. 30, 1867, Lizzie, da. of Ivory Wilder, Princeton.  Ch. Kirk W. (A. C. ex 1892); 2 da.

1384. *Keene, George Allen.  S. of Luther and Lydia (Hopkins), b. Milo, Me., Je. 23, 1832.  Delta Upsilon.

Studied theology for a time; prin. Sag Harbor (L. I), Acad., 1861.  D. Sag Harbor, L. I., Mch. 11, 1861.  Bro. Luther (A. C. 1859).

1385. *Kellogg, Justin Perkins.  S. of Horace and Alma (Smith), b. Amherst, O. 8, 1836.  M. A., A. C., 1866.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Williston Sem.  Studied law, N. Y. City; admitted to bar, N. Y. City, 1861, Northampton, 1862; practised, 1863-64; Divinity School of the Protestant Episopal Ch. Philadelphia,Penn., 1864-67; ordained deacon, 1866, and Presbyter, 1868; a. p. Ch. of the Mediator, Philadelphia, Penn., 1866-67; St. Mark's Ch. N. Y. City, 1867-69; travelled in Europe, 1870-80; w. c. New Windsor, N. Y., 1880-85; Geneva, Switzerland, 1885-1905.  2nd Lieut., 1st. Lieut., 52nd Mass. Vols., 1862-63; Corp. 42nd Mass. Inf., 1864.  D. Geneva, Switzerland, D. 12, 1905.

Married (1) Mch. 12, 1869, Julia, da. of Philip Verplanck, N. Y. City; (2) O. 9, 1885, Annie, da. of George Brunton, Anerly, London, England.  3 ch.

1386. *Knapp, Nathan Bangs.  S. of Joseph D. and Anna (Arnold), b. Rochester, N. Y., Mch. 21, 1832.

Prepared Fort Plain Acad. and Collegiate Institute, N. Y.  Andover T. S., 1860-63; s. s. Presb. Ch. Hector, N. Y., 1863-64; Sandy Creek, N. Y., 1864-66; ordained there, May 31, 1865; s. s. Presb. Ch. Sturgis, Mich., 1866-67; Fentonville, Mich., 1868-70; Saline, Mich., 1870-72; p. Cong. Ch. Elbridge, N. Y., 1872-73; Presb. Ch. Five Corners, N. Y., 1873-77; Hannibal, N. Y., 1878-80; Preble, N. Y., 1880-83; Clarkson, N. Y., 1883-85; Middlefield, N. Y., 1885-90; s. s. Methodist Chs. Phelps, Orleans, Ludlowville, Marion, W. Fayette, (all N. Y.) 1890-93; p. Rose, N. Y., 1893-96; Oneida Valley, N. Y., 1896-98; w. c. Oneida Valley, N. Y., 1898-99; Phelps, N. Y., 1899-1913; Newton, N. J., 1913-16.  D. Newton, N. H., Mch. 1, 1916.

Married S. 27, 1864, Celina T., da. of Dickson C. Hazen, Ithaca, N. Y., who d. Mch. 23, 1908.  Ch. Inez T.; Anna H. (d.); Estella.

1387. *Knowlton, Ebenezer.  S. of Rev. David and Mehitable T. (Lane), b. Skowhegan, Me., N. 18, 1835.  M. A., A. C., 1863.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Lynn (N. Y.) H. S.; Conference Sem., Charlotteville, N. Y. and Bloomfield Acad., Me.; A. C., 1857-58, 1859-60.  Lecturer on Muscular Christianity, 1861; grad. Dr. Dio Lewis' Manual Institute for Physical Culture Lexington, 1862; studied Boston Med. Coll., 1862-63 and Harvard Theological Sem.; with Dr. Dio Lewis, Lexington, 1863-64, taught state normal schools, Me., Mass., Cal.; prin. Brewer (Me.) H. S.; Kittery (Me.) grammar school; Daniel Webster Acad., Fryeburg, Me.; Marblehead H. S.; St. Louis (Mo.) H. S.; Rincon Grammar School, San Francisco, Cal.; Lowell Boys' H. S. there, 1872-86; vice-prin. Lincoln Grammar School and taught San Francisco Commercial and Roosevelt evening schools there, 18(?)-1909.  D. San Francisco, Cal., F. 9, 1911.

Married N. 17, 1869, Elizabeth, da. of Charles G. Johnston, N. Y. City.  Ch. Ralph M.; Maud T.; Ethel M.

1388. *Little, George Obadiah.  S. of Rev. Dr. Henry and Susan N. (Smith), b. Madison, Ind., May 2, 1839.  D. D., Park Coll., 1900.  Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Kimball Union Acad., N. H.  Lane T. S., 1860-63; ordained as Presb., S. 8, 1863; p. Benningham, Penn., 1863-64; Fort Wayne, Ind., 1864-70; Connersville, Ind., 1871-73; Washington, D. C., 1873-98; prof. of ethics and Greek, Howard U. Washington, D. C., 1898-1920.  Author Royal Houses of Israel and Judah, Interwoven History and Harmony.  D. Washington, D. C., N. 4, 1925.

Married S. 3, 1863, Martha H., da. of Jethro Mitchell, Cincinnati, O.  Ch. Arthur M. (A. C. ex 1888); Norton M.; Edith M. (m. Charles L. Bliss, A. C., 1888).  Bro. Joseph  B. (A. C. 1860).

1389. *Little, Joseph Brewster.  S. of Rev. Dr. Henry and Susan N. (Smith), b. Oxford, O., O. 25, 1835.  D. D., Parsons Coll., 1891.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Kimball Union Acad., N. H.  Lane T. S., 1860-63; ordained as Presb., S. 8, 1863; p. Lima, O., 1863-67; Dayton, O., 1867-69; Mankato, Minn.; Adrian, Mich.; Davenport, Ia.; Shenandoah, Ia.; Vancouver, Wash.; Middlebury, Conn.; w. c. Indianapolis, Ind., 1906-10.  D. Indianapolis, Ind., May 19, 1910.

Married (1) N. 27, 1866, Mrs. Mary A. Crowell, da. of Amos Alfred, Newton, Ia., who d. D. 12, 1892; (2) O. 1, 1894, Julia S., da. of William R. Med. Coll., Allister, Davenport, Ia.  4 ch.  Bro. George O. (A. C. 1860).

1390. *Mason, Joseph.  S. of Joseph and Nancy (Daggett), b. Attleboro, N. 1, 1836.  Delta Upsilon.

Prepared Opalic Institute, Attleboro.  Mass. Med. Coll., Boston, 1860-62; hospital steward of the hospital ship Euterpe, 1862; acting med. cadet Mill Creek Gen. Hospital, Va., 1862.  D. Mill Creek near Fort Monroe, Va., S. 23, 1862.

1391. *Merrick, Lucius Lathrop.  S. of Lathrop and Sarah H. (Hyde), b. Palmer, Je. 8, 1829.  Delta Upsilon.

Prepared Monson Acad.  Hartford T. S., 1860-61; Union T. S., 1861-62; licensed to preach, May 7, 1862; Sergt. 36th Mass. Vols., 1862-64.  D. near Richmond, Va., O. 7, 1864.

1392. *Merrill, Oliver Brown.  S. of Robert M. and Ann S. (Babson), b. Newburyport, Jan. 11, 1836.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Brown H. S., Newburyport.  Taught Brown H. S. Newburyport, 1860-92; r. Newburyport, 1892-1912.  Member Mass. Legislature, 1893, 1894.  Author many local historical sketches.  D. Newburyport, May 2, 1912.

1393. *Mighill, Nathaniel.  S. of Nathaniel and Maria (Proctor), b. Rowley, Aug. 25, 1839.  M. A., A. C., 1863.  Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Dummer Acad., Byfield.  Taught Cortlandville (N. Y.) Acad., 1860-61; Union T. S., 1861-62; Andover T. S., 1862-63; tutor A. C., 1863-64, spending part of the time at Rowley and supplying different pulpits; ordained E. Cambridge, S. 29, 1864; p. there, 1864-67; Brattleboro, Vt., 1867-75; Old South Ch. Worcester, 1875-77; r. Grantville, 1877-78.  D. Grantville, F. 3, 1878.

Married Jan. 15, 1867, Fanny H., da. of Charles Allen, Chelsea.  Ch. Ralph S. (A. C. 1896); Hugh N. (A. C. 1898).

1394. *Parker, Horace.  S. of Nathaniel and Martha (Rockwood), b. Milford, D. 16, 1835.  Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Upsilon.

Prepared Milford H. S.  Studied theology privately; ordained Ashland, May 1, 1861; s. s. and p. Ashland, 1861-62; a. p. Leomister, 1862-64; Ashby, 1865-70; Pepperill, 1870-74; a. p. Ayer, 1874-77; New Ipswich, N. H., 1877-80; Lunenburg, 1880-87; w. c. W. Tisbury, 1887-1905; Lynnfield Centre, 1905-08.  With U. S. Christian Commission, 1864-65.  D. Lynnfield Centre, Mch. 15, 1908.

Married (1) S. 11, 1860, Emily M., da. of Charles Wight, Milford, who d. D. 1, 1863; (2) May 17, 1865, Ellen S., da. of Hervey D. Look, Leominster, who d. Jy. 13, 1921.  8 ch.

1395. *Pettibone, Benjamin Welch.  S. of Rev. Ira and Louis (Welch), b. Whitestown, N. Y., May 6, 1840.  M. A., A. C., 1863.  Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared with father at Cornwall (Conn.) Institute; A. C., 1857-60.  Taught Winchester, Conn., 1860-63; private sec. of Gail Borden, 1863-66; prin. Litchfield (Conn.) Acad., 1866-74; r. farm, studying local history and genealogy, Winchester, Conn., 1874-1907.  D. Winchester, Conn., Ap. 8, 1907.

Married (1) S. 26, 1866, Anna M., da. of Marcus Munsill, Winchester, Conn., who d. Mch. 1, 1873; (2) D. 20, 1894, Mrs. Louis J. Pierce, da. of Emery Loomis, Torrington, Conn.  Bro. Ira (A. C. ex 1854).

1396. *Prentiss, William De Forest.  S. of William and Angelina (Hunt), b. N. Y. City, S. 26, 1837.

Prepared Columbia Grammar School, N. Y. City, N. Y. U., 1855-58; A. C., 1858-60.  Employed in N. Y. Custom House, 1863-80; in banking and brokerage firm of George H. Prentiss & Co., N. Y. City, 1880-96; r. Norwalk, Conn., 1893-96.  2nd Lieut., 1st Lieut., Capt. 31st N. Y. Vols., 1861-62.  D. Norwalk, Conn., May 23, 1896.

Married Je. 25, 1861, Katherine, da. of Geroge Lamb, N. Y. City  1 s., 2 da.

1397. *Putnam, Hiram Brainard.  S. of Ebenezer and Betsey P. (Cress), b. Danvers, Jan. 27, 1840.  Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Topsfield Acad., and Nolton H. S., Danvers, A. C., 1857-60.  Taught 1860-63; Hartford T. S., 1863-66; s. s. Behtel, Me., 1866-67; Newport, N. H., 1867-68; ordained W. Concord, N. H., O. 22, 1868; p. there, 1868-73; Tabernacle Ch. Salem, 1873-77; a. p. Charlotte, Vt., 1879-82; College St. Ch. Burlington, Vt., 1882-86; p. Central Cong. Ch. Derry, N. H., 1886-1901. D. Manchester, N. H., S. 22, 1901.

1398. *Putnam, Willard.  S. of Samuel and Elizabeth F. (Richardson), b. New Salem, S. 6, 1838.  Delta Upsilon.

Prepared New Salem Acad.  Taught yr. and a half; farmer engaging also in lumber business, Cooleyville, 18(?)-1912.  Member Mass. Legislature, 1875.  D. Cooleyville, S. 22, 1912.

Married (1) Jy. 14, 1862, Ellen L., da. of David Burnett, New Salem, who d. May 30, 1890; (2) O. 7, 1891, Myra L., da. of Philo D. Tenney, Lebanon, N. H., who d. Ap. 13, 1899; (3) Aug. 23, 1903, Mrs. Harriet B. Haskell-Hale, da. of A. Knowlton Haskell, Bernardston.  4 ch.  Willard A. (A. C. ex 1887).

1399. *Richardson, Charles Herbert.  S. of Daniel and Achsa (Rice), b. Saxtons River, Vt., O. 20, 1833.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Ward Sem., Saxtons River and Leland Sem., Townshend, Vt.; Madison U. Hamilton, N. Y., 1856-59; A. C., 1859-60.  Newton T. S., 1860-62; ordained as Baptist, Jan. 8, 1863; p. Massena, N. Y., 1862-64; Felchville, Vt., 1865-70; Pittsfield, N. H., 1870-71; Northfield and Romeo, Mich., 1871-76; home miss'y Minn., 1876-78, r. Marhsall, Minn.; in business, 2 yrs.; s. s. Sioux City, Ia.; miss'y Sioux City, Ia., 1880-93.  Chaplain 92nd and 98th N. Y. Vols., 1864-65.  D. Sioux City, Ia., May 11, 1903.

Married Aug. 22, 1858, Laura A., da. of Ward Scott, Townshend, Vt.  6 ch.

1400. *Ruggles, Charles Brigham.  S. of Brigham and Charlotte (Maynard), b. Rutland, Je. 2, 1833.  M. A., A. C., 1863.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Williston Sem.  Bangor T. S., 186062; taught Sag Harbor, N. Y., 1862-64; agent of Sanitary Commission, Ky. and Tenn., 1864-65; taught Springfield, O., 1865-67; agent of Charles Scribner & Co., 1867-71; bookseller Cincinnati, O., 1871-74; agent for Scribner, Armstrong & Co., 1874-78; D. Appleton & Co., 1878-90, r. Cleveland, O., 1881-90; manager of teachers' agency Cincinnati, O., 1890-96.  D. Cincinnati, O., Jan. 31, 1896.

Married Aug. 18, 1864, S. Caroline, da. of John S. Webster, Fryeburg, Me.  2 s., 1 da.

1401. *Shepard, Edward Olcott.  S. of Rev. John W. and Eliza (Burns), b. Hampton, N. H., N. 25, 1835.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Nashua (N. H.) H. S.  Prin. Concord H. S., 1860-62; studied law with Jewell, Gaston & Field, Boston; admitted to bar, Boston, Ap. 18, 1867; practised Boston, 1867-1903.  Lieut., Capt., Maj., Brevet Lieut.  Col. 32nd Mass. Vols., 1862-65.  Member common council of Boston, 1872; president, 1873-74; judge advocate general on staff of Gov. Oliver Ames with rank, of Brig. Gen., 1887.  D. Newburyport, Ap. 27, 1903.

Married Je. 18, 1874, Mary C., da. of Micajah Lunt, Newburyport.  Ch. Mary L.; Edward O.; Ralph L.; Allan R.

1402. *Smith, Henry Parks.  S. of Edmund and Sarah C. (Smith), b. Hadley, Aug. 21, 1839.  LL. B., Albany Law School, 1861.

Prepared Hadley H. S.  Studied Albany L. S.  D. Hadley, D. 17, 1861.

1403. *Stebbins, Alfred.  S. of John and Harriet (Houghton), b. Vernon, Vt., S. 4, 1834.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Exeter, N. H. and Kimball Union Acad., N. H.  Taught Crystal Springs, Miss., 1860-61; prin. public school Dubuque, Ia., 1861-62; inspector of iron and copper mines Lake Superior, 1862; of customs San Francisco, Cal., 1863; deputy collector of internal revenue, 1864; librarian of Mercantile Library San Francisco, Cal., 1866-73; sheep farmer San Buenaventura, So. Cal., 1873-77; merchant Dubuque, Ia., 1877-89; travelled few years; r. Oakland, Cal., with business in Spokane, Wash.  In scouting service, 18671.  D. Livermore, Cal., N. 24, 1901.

Married D. 13, 1869, Edith, da. of William P. Large, Dubuque, Ia.  2 ch.

1404. *Storrs, Samuel John.  S. of John and Melancia (Bowker), b. Holliston, N. 22, 1837.  LL. B., Columbia, 1866.  Delta Upsilon.

Prepared Winchendon Acad. and with Rev. Stephen Harris.  Taught, 1860-61; prin. Amherst H. S., 1861-62; Studied law with Storrs and Sedgwick, N. Y. City and Columbia Law School; admitted to bar, 1866; practised N. Y. City, 1866-92.  Priv., Capt., Lieut. Col. 52nd Mass. Vols., 1862-63.  U. S. commissioner bd. of enrollment for 9th Congressional district, Greenfield, 1863-64.  D. N. Y. City, Jy. 23, 1892.

Married May 24, 1871, Julia A., da. of Archibald Lamont, N. Y. City.  Bro. Henry E. (A. C. 1864); Charles L. (A. C. 1867).

1405. *Tower, Francis Emory.  S. of Oren and Lucy L. (Foster), b. Petersham, N. 30, 1836.  M. A., A. C., 1863.  D. D., Lebanon Valley Coll., Penn., 1901.  Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared New Salem Acad.; A. C., 1857-60.  Taught young men's institute Baltimore, M. D., 1860-61; prin. Bangor (Me.), boys' H. S., 1861-64; Newton T. S., 1864-67; taught Hebrew, Newton T. S., 1867-68; ordained as Baptist Amherst, D. 23, 1868; p. there, 1868-72; Allston, 1872-76; Brighton Ave. Baptist Ch. Brighton, 1876-83; Brattleboro, Vt., 1883-86; Bristol, Conn., 1886-94; Providence, R. I., 1894-99; worked for Anti-Saloon League, N. Y., 1899-1909; supt. Law and Order Union of N. Y., 1909-15; r. Auburn, R. I., 1915-16.  Author several religious works.  D. Auburn, R. I., F. 13, 1916.

Married N. 30, 1868, Ella S., da. of Rev. John Shepardson, Petersham.  Ralph W.; Maude H.; Ethel E.

1406. *Tracy, Melville Merrick.  S. of Thomas and Anna (Page), b. Triangel, N. Y., Mch. 10, 1834.  M. A., A. C., 1871.  Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Oxford Acad., N. Y.; A. C., 1857-60.  Bangor T. S., 1860-61; taught Barre, 1861-63; Framingham, 1863-64; Springfield, 1864-71; New Malboro, 1871-75; Hartford T. S., 18775-77; ordained Three Rivers, Jy. 25, 1877;, a. p. there, 1877-78; miss'y Detroit, Mich., 1878-79; p. Duluth, Minn., 1879-81; miss'y Sedgwick, Kans., 1881-83; Anthony, Kans., 1883-84; Silverton, Col., 1884-89; Longmont, Col., 1889.  D. Longmont, Col., S. 22, 1889.

Married (1) Aug. 6, 1863, Mrs. Abby D. Clarke, da. of John Weston, New Braintree, who d. O. 22, 1875; (2) O. 24, 1876, Ruth A., da. of D. Waldo Kent, Leicester, who d. Aug. 4, 1878.  5 ch.

1407. *Walker, Francis Amasa.  S. of Amasa and Hannah (Ambrose), b. Boston, Jy. 2, 1840.  M. A., A. C., 1863; Yale, 1873; Ph. D., 1875; LL. D., A. C., Yale, 1881; Harvard, 1883; Columbia, 1887; St. Andrews, Scotland, 1888.  Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Leicester Acad. and New England Normal Institute, Lancaster; A. C., 1855-57, 1858-60.  Studied law with Gen Devens and Judge Hoar, Worcester, 1860-61; taught Williston Sem., 1865-68; on editorial staff of Springfield Republican, 1868-69; deputy special commissioner U. S. Revenue, 1869-70; supt. of U. S. Census, 1870, 1880; Indian Commissioner, 1871; prof. of political economy and history Sheffield Scientific School, 1872-80; president M. I. T., 1881-97.  Sergt. Maj., 15th Mass. Inf.; Capt. Asst. Adj. Gen.; Maj., Lieut. Col., Asst. Adj. Gen.; Brevet Col., Brevet Brig. Gen. of Vols., 1861-65.  Pub. Compendium of Ninth Census; The Indian Question; The Statistical Atlas; The Wages [Question]; Money; Political Economy and many other books, pamphlets, etc.  Lecturer before Lowell Institute, 1879, 1885, 1886; trustee A. C., 1879-89; president Amer. Statistical Soc., 1882-97; Amer. Economic Assoc., 1885-92; chief bureau of awards Centennial Exhibition, 1876; commissioner from U. S. to international monetary conference, Paris, 1878.  D. Boston, Jan. 5, 1897.

Married Aug. 16, 1865, Exene E., da. of Timothy M. Stoughton, Greenfield.  5 ch.  Stuart (A. C. 1901).  (Portrait in possession of A. C.)

1408. *Ward, James Wilson.  S. of Rev. James W. and Hetta L. (Hayes), b. Abington, D. 1, 1836.  Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Abington H. S. and with Edward P. Bates; A. C., 1854-55, 1858-60; Beloit, 1857-58.  Taught Guilford (Conn.) Acad., 186-62; Andover T. S., 1862-65; s. s. 1st Ch. W. Newbury, 1865-66; 1st Ch. Bridgewater, 1866-67; ordained as evangelist, O. 15, 1868; p. Rochester, 1868-71; r. Hartford, Conn.  D. Schuykill Haven, Penn., O. 30, 1875.  Bro. William H. (A. C. 1856); John L. H. (A. C. 1859).

1409. *West, Lewis Willard.  S. of Parsons and Elizabeth P. (Willard), b. Hadley, N. 27, 1834.

Prepared Hopkins Acad., Hadley.  Harvard L. S., 1860-61; farmer Hadley, 1863-.  Served in 27th Mass. Vols., 1861-63.  Overseer Charity Fund, A. C.; trustee Smith Charities; Monson Acad.  D. Hadley, Ap. 30, 1923.

Married (1) N. 27, 1867, Martha J., da. of Josephus Chapin, Chicopee, who d. May 13, 1909; (2) S. 30, 1913, Mrs. Sophia M. H. Bliss, Providence, R. I.  Ch. Thomas I.; Joseph C.; Edward P.

1410. *Wheeler, Edward Reed.  S. of Dr. E. M. and Elizabeth (Reed), b. Paxton, Aug. 1, 1839.  M. A., A. C., 1863; M. D., Bellevue Hospital Med. Coll., 1864.  Delta Upsilon.

Prepared Deerfield and Leicester Acads.  Taught Ashfield Acad., 1860-61; Bellevue Hospital Med. Coll., N. Y. City, 1862-64; practised Elmira, N. Y., 1866-77; Spencer, 1877-1904.  Asst. Surgeon 24th Mass. Vols., 1864; Surgeon with rank of major, 1864-66.  D. Winthrop Beach, Ap. 30, 1904.

Married (1) Je. 24, 1865, Anne E. M., da. of Walter Field, Northfield, who d. S. 6, 1873; (2) N. 25, 1874, Amelia R., da. of John Rhoeder, Charlestown.  6 ch.

1411. *Williams, Horace Robbins.  S. of Cornelius R. and Caroline (Hooker), b. Farmington, Conn., F. 20, 1835.  Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Kimball Union Acad., N. H.  Taught Med. Coll., Indoes Falls, Vt., 1860-61; Union T. S., 1861-64; ordained Terryville, Conn., May 5, 1864; a. p. Cong. Ch. Almont, Mich., 1864-80; Vermontville, Mich., 1880-86; p. Clinton, Mich., 1886-93; Richmond, Mich., 1893-96; Port Huron, Mich., 1897-1900; w. c. Indianapolis, Ind., 1900-03; Terre Haute, Ind., 1903-06.  D. Terre Haute, Ind., D. 31, 1906.

Married Je. 6, 1865, Amelia R., da. of Walter W. Bulkley, Rocky Hill, Conn.  2 ch.

1412. *Wormell, Benjamin.  S. of John D. and Mary A. (Tucker), b. Peru, Me., Jan. 10, 1836.  M. A., A. C., 1863.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Abington H. S.; A. C., 1854-56, 1858-60.  Taught No. Bridgewater (Brockton), 1860-61; Groton H. S., 1861-63; Ticonderoga (N. Y.) Acad., 1863-64; Kingston H. S., 1865-68; Elliot School Boston, 1869-70; prin. Brighton H. S., 1870-1901.  D. Brighton, Je. 21, 1918.

Married Jan. 17, 1870, Lizzie J., da. of Jesse Reed, Abington.  Ch. Nelson W.; Charles B.; Olive M.; Fred C.

NON-GRADUATES

*Ashhurst, Samuel.  S. of Lewis R., b. Philadelphia, Penn., S. 14, 1840.  M. D., U. of Penn., 1861; M. A. (hon.), A. C., 1884.  A. C., 1856.  Practised med., Philadelphia, Penn.; at summer resorts, N. J., several summers; surgeon Episcopal Hospital Philadelphia, Penn., 13 yrs.  Contract surgeon in U. S. Hospital Nashville, Tenn., 1861-62.  Member bd. of health Philadelphia, Penn., 1873-; manager Amer. Sunday School Union.  D. 1901.
Barnes, Henry Elbert.  S. of Selah and Adah C. (Lane), b. Southington, Conn., O. 21, 1832.  Prepared Monson Acad.; A. C., 1856; grad Yale, 1860.  Chicago T. S., 1864; p. Newton, Ia., 1864-68; Moline, Ill., 1868-74; Worcester, 1874-76; Haverhill, 1876-.  Chaplain 72nd Ill. Regt., 1862-63.
*Blakesley, Linus.  S. of Milo and Dorcas H. (McKee), b. Terryville, Conn., D. 16, 1837.  D. D., Washburn, Coll., Kans., 1892.  Psi Upsilon.  Prepared Kimball Union Acad., N. H.; A. C., 1856-58; grad. Yale, 1860.  Lane T. S., 1860-63; instructor in Hebrew, Lane T. S., 1863-64; ordained by Dayton (O.) Presbytery, 1865; p. 2nd Presb. Ch. Piqua, O., 1864-70; 1st Cong. Ch. Topeka, Kans., 1870-99; connected with International Book and Stationery Co., El Paso, Tex.  Served in Ohio Militia, 1860-63.  Trustee and sec. Washburn Coll., Topeka, Kans., 1874-1900; director Chicago T. S., 1890-19000.  D. El Paso, Tex., Jan. 11, 1921.
*Brinkle, Benjamin Reeves.  S. of Dr. W. D., b. Ap. 27, 1839.  A. C., 1856.  D. Philadelphia, Penn.
*Buckmaster, George Henry.  S. of Jonathan, b. May 21, 1833.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.  A. C., 1856-59.  D. while student, Aug. 12, 1859.
*Carr, Thomas Jefferson.  S. of William C. and Dorcas (Bent), b. St. Louis, Mo., Je. 28, 1840.  Prepared Webster Coll., Mo. and Edward Wyman's school, St. Louis, mo.; A. C., 1857-58.  D. N. 21, 1876.
*Cook, Willard Sylvester.  S. of David S. and Sarah (Taylor), b. Granby, D. 12, 1838.  Prepared Amherst Acad. and Williston Sem.; A. C., 1856-58, 1859-60; grad. Williams, 1861.  On editorial staff of New England Homestead; reporter, news ed., night ed. Boston Herald, 1876-; day ed. Evening Herald; pub. Dover, N. H. Republican, 1889-90; messenger Mass. Senate, 1890-1915.  Served in 37th Mass. Regt., 1862-65; 2nd Sergt. .2nd Regt. M. V. M., 1869.  D. E. Lexington, N. 19, 1915.
*Dole, Hallett.  S. of Daniel and Mary A. (Hallett), b. Boston, Mch. 20, 1837.  Psi Upsilon.  Prepared Dummer Acad., Newbury; A. C., 1856.  D. Rowley, Je. 19, 1857.
*Fitch, Samuel Almiron.  S. of Dr. A., b. Jan. 6, 1839.  M. D., Columbia, 1863.  A. C., 1857-58; grad. Union, 1860; grad. Columbia Med. Coll., 1863; practised Delhi, N. Y., 1865-70.  Asst. surgeon N. Y. Vols.  D. Jan. 1, 1870.
Fittz, George Boardman.  S. of Rev. Henry and Angeline A. J., b. Middleboro, Mch. 2, 1834.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.  Prepared Pierce Acad., Middleboro; A. C., 1856, 1857-58.  Studied law with Judge Wood, Middleboro; admitted to bar; studied theology with father; s. s. Mass., several yrs.; ordained, Mch. 8, 1877; p. Bapt. Ch. Savoy, 1877-80; Bolton, 1880-.
*Gage, Alden.  S. of Elijah B. and Margaret (Hoffman), b. Hermiker, N. Y., Jy. 26, 1836.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.  Prepared Potsdam (N. Y.) Acad.; A. C., 1856.  Deputy clerk of court Akron, O., 1856-61; cashier 2nd Nat. Bank Akron, O., 1865-70; asst. quartermaster, 1861-64; clerk, provost marshal's office Cleveland, O., 1864-65.  D. Santa Barbara, Cal., N. 12, 1875.
*Gale, Joseph Wakefield.  S. of Rev. Wakefield, b. S. 18, 1839.  A. C., 1856-58.  D. Exeter, N. H.
Gould, Herman Day.  S. of Herman D. and Anne E. (Sherwood), b. Delhi, N. Y., O. 13, 1838.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.  A. C., 1857-59; general freight agent of Peoria, Decatur and Evansville R. R., Peoria, Ill., 1860-.  Bro. Samuel A. (A. C. 1856).
Green, Thomas Remington.  S. of Thomas, b. Ap. 24, 1839.  Psi Upsilon.  A. C., 1856-59.  Practised law N. Y. City.
*Hathaway, Philo.  S. of George W., b. Aug. 28, 1837.  A. C., 1856-57.  D. Jan. 23, 1859.
*Higgins, Lucius Hopkins.  S. of Timothy and Jennette (Carter), b. Southington, Conn., Jy. 4, 1832.  Delta Upsilon.  Prepared Monson Acad.; A. C., 1856; grad. Yale, 1860.  Andover T. S., 1861-63; s. s. various places, 1863-66; p. Lanark, Ill., 1866-75; Huntington, Conn., 1875-81; Mt. Carmel, Conn., 1881-88; Hanover, Conn., 1888-1900; w. c. W. Hartford, Conn.  D. W. Hartford, Conn., Jan. 24, 1916.
Hutchinson, Andrew Boyd.  S. of Thomas and Maria (Barber), b. Potter's Mills, Penn., Jan. 28, 1838.  Prepared Williston Sem., Boalsburg and Mifflinburg Acads., Penn.; A. C., 1856-57.  Studied law with William P. Wilson, Bellefonte, Penn.; practised law there, Columbus and Olathe, Kans.; 1st Lieut. and Capt. 49th Penn. Vols., 1861-64; aid to Gen. Edwards, 1864; brig. inspector, 1864.  Pub. Bellefonte Republican, 1869-70.
*Jones, Clinton Mellen.  S. of John and Sarah (Libby), b. Pownell, Me., D. 26, 1829.  Delta Upsilon.  Prepared Foxcroft H. S. and Dover H. S., Me.; A. C., 1856-57.  Taught Northampton, 1858-59; Hartford T. S., 1862-65; ordained No. Madison, Conn., F., 1869; p. there and W. Stafford, Conn., 1866-70; Hampton, Conn., 1870-71; Eastford, Conn., 1872-88; a. p. Ashford, Conn., 1888-95; W. Woodstock, Conn., 1895-1917.  D. W. Woodstock, Conn., Ap. 30, 1917.
Montague, George William.  S. of George, b. Amherst, F. 18, 1837.  Prepared Williston Sem.; A. C., 1856.  Merchant N. Y. City.
Morse, Bushrod.  S. of Willard and Eliza, b. Sharon, Aug. 24, 1834.  Prepared Pierce Acad., Middleboro; A. C., 1856.  Studied law No. Eassston and Boston; admitted to bar, Suffolk Co., O., 1864; practised Boston.  Member House of Reporesentatives, 1870-1883, 1884.
Munson, James Eugene.  S. of Julius, b. Paris, N. Y., May 12, 1835.  A. C., 1856.  practised law and law stenographerr N. Y. City, 1861-; official stenographer N. Y. Supreme Court, Surrogate's Court, Superior Court.  Pub. complete Phonographer, etc.
Nevin, Edwin Henry.  S. of Edwin H. and Ruth C. (Little), b. Portsmouth, O., May 18, 1838.  Prepared Cleveland (O.) H. S. and Prep. Dept. Knox Coll., Galesburg, Ill.; A. C., 1856.  Journalist Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, Penn.; an ed. and prop. Pittsburgh Leader; ed. in chief Philadelphia Press; The Daily News Philadelphia.  Capt. commanding Battery H, Penn. Light Artillery, 1862-65.
Pomeroy, Elihu Franklin.  S. of Samuel and Mary (Cox), b. Granville, Je. 7, 1833.  Psi Upsilon.  Prepared Monson Acad.; A. C., 1856.  Manufacturer of flour, Chicago; of soap, Cedar Rapids, Ia.  U. S. Inspector and deputy collector 5th district, Ill., 1861-64.
Ranny, Eugene Oliver.  S. of Freeman, b. Jy. 16, 1837.  A. C., 1858.
*Read, Samuel Tyler.  S. of H. Clifford and Eunice D. (Tyler), b. Attleboro, May 11, 1837.  Prepared Opalic Institute, Attleboro; A. C., 1856; grad. Union, 1860.  Journalist; ed. Daily Star and Times, Schenectady, N. Y.  Capt., Maj. 3rd Mass. Vols., 1861-64.  D. 1881.
Rice, Francis Fenelon.  S. of Amos, b. Jy. 19, 1838.  A. C., 1856-57.  Grad. General T. S., 1863; rector Ch. of the Redeemer, Addison, N. Y.
*Richards, Charles Herbert.  S. of Cyrus S. and Helen D. (Whiton), b. Meriden, N. H., Mch. 18, 1839.  D. D., Beloit, 1882.  Psi Upsilon.  Prepared Kimball Union Acad., N. H.; A. C., 1856-58; grad. Yale, 1860.  Union T. S. and grad. Andover T. S., 1865; taught Kimball Union Acad. and N. Y. private schools while studying theology, 1860-65; p. Kokomo, Ind., 1866-67, ordained there, 1866; p. 1st. Cong. Ch. Madison, Wis., 1867-90; Central Cong. Ch., Philadelphia, Penn., 1890-1903; sec. Cong. Ch. Building Soc., 1903-20; editorial sec. Cong. Ch. Building Soc., 1920-.  Served on Christian Commision, Civil War, 6 mos.  Trustee Downer Coll., Wis., 1885-90; Howard U., 1895-.  Author and compiler many religious works; ed. Ch. Building quarterly.  D. N. Y. City, F. 16, 1925.
Robinson, Samuel Forrest.  S. of Samuel and Mary J. (Fox), B. Skowhegan, Me., Aug. 1, 1838.  Prepared Bloomfield Acad.; A. C., 1856.  Merchant Auburn, Me.  Served in 16th Me. Vols., 1862; Lieut., Capt., 1862-63.
*Sears, Lorenzo.  S. of Nathaniel and Cordelia (Morton), b. Williamsburg, Ap. 18, 1838.  L. H. D., Trinity, 1892.  Prepared Williston Sem.; A. C., 1856; grad. Yale, 1861.  General T. S., N. Y. City, 1864; ordained deacon, Jy., 1864 and priest O., 1865; rector St. Marks' Ch. Mystic, Conn., 1864-65; St. Bartholomew's Ch. Providence, R. I., 1866-69; Grace Ch. Manchester, N. H., 1869-85; prof. of rhetoric and English literature, U. of Vt., 1885-88; asst. prof. of rhetoric, Brown, 1890-92; asst. prof. of rhetoric and oratory, 1892-95; asst. prof. of American literature, 1895-1906; retired, devoted self to literary work, 1906-16.  Author History of Oratory from the Age of Periocles to the Present Time; American Literature in its Colonial and National Periods; Wendell Phillips; mss. left, Major Joseph Hawley, the Counselor of Boston Patriots, Rhode Island's Story; the historical introduction to Library of Modern Eloquence; other works on history and literature.  D. Providence, R. I., F. 29, 1916.
*Smith, Calvin Harmon.  S. of Abiel W., b. S. 19, 1838.  A. C., 1856-58; grad. Yale, 1860.  D. Potsdam, N. Y., 1866.
Walker, Cyrus.  S. of Willard and Amey (Yeaw), b. Scituate, R. I., S. 26, 1834.  Prepared Pierce Acad., Middleboro; A. C., 1856.  Taught Mass. and R. I., clerk War Dept.  Washington, D. C., 1863-68.
*Warren, Samuel Read.  S. of John P. and Lucy M. (Wheelock), b. Wardsboro, Vt., Ap. 4, 1834.  Prepared Monson Acad.; A. C., 1856; grad. Yale, 1860.  Studied, admitted to bar and lawyer N. Y. City; clerk to Gen. Beckwith, Bank's Expedition from N. Y. to New Orleans, La., 1862-68; lawyer N. Y. and Washington, D. C., short time; editor-in-chief of publications for public libraries, Bureau of Education, Washington, D. C.; with Pension Bureau, Adjutant General's office.  Compiler and editor-in-chief of the Special Report on Public libraries in the U. S.  D. Washington, D. C., D. 5, 1924.
White, John Milton.  B. Heath, N. 29, 1832.  A. C., 1856-58.  Taught Haydenville; Waterloo, Ia.; fruit farmer, New Brunswick, N. J.

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