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1604. *Abbott, Asa George.  S. of Rev. Sereno T. (A. C. 1833) and Sarah (French), b. Seabrook, N. H., D. 23, 1842.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover.  Prin. Milwaukee (Wis.) public school, 1865-67; Lafayette School St. Louis, Mo., 1867-70.  D. St. Louis, Mo., Jy. 2, 1870.

Married D. 25, 1867, Emma, da. of David Eastman, Bradford, Vt.  1 ch.

1605. Allen, Francis Richmond.  S. of Frederick Deane and Mary Richmond (Baylies), b. Boston, N. 22, 18443.  M. A., Williams, 1905;  LL. D., A. C., 1912.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Boston Latin School.  Dry goods commission merchant Boston and N. Y., 1865-76; architect Boston, 1876-.  Studied M. I. T.; Ecole de Beaux Arts Paris.  Instrumental in raising money for blind soldiers of World War; found supporters for 55 children of French officers killed in battle.  Member Permanent Committee International Congress of Architects and vice-president since 1912.

Married Jan. 5, 1875, Elizabeth B., da. of Charles G. Wood, Boston.  Ch. Dorothy (Hovey).  Bro. Frederick B. (A. C. 1863).

Address, 75 Newbury St., Boston.

1606. Babb, Thomas Earle.  S. of William George and Anna (Earle), b. Orange, N. J., Aug. 21, 1840.  M. A., A. C., 1868.  Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Upsilon.

Prepared N. Y. U. Grammar School.  Bangor T. S., 1865-67; Andover T. S., 1867-68; s. s. Eastport, Me., 1868-69; ordained there, Jan. 19, 1869; p. there, 1869-71; Oxford, 1871-78; Presb. Ch. Victor, N. Y., 1878-83; Cong. Ch. W. Brookfield, 1883-89; 3rd Cong. Ch. Chelsea, 1889-92; Cong. Ch. Holden, 1892-1912; w. c. Holden, 1912-.  Promoter of original A. C. Glee Club.

Married S. 28, 1869, Ellen Augusta, da. of Moses Cook, Laconia, N. H.  Ch. Agnes C. (Knowlton); Philip A. (d.); Mary L. (Rich); Emily A.; Thomas E.; Gertrude (Wright); Harriet E. (d.).

Address, Highland St., Holden.

1607. *Babbitt, James Howard.  S. of James H. and Eliza C. (Sweet), b. Taunton, Jan. 13, 1839.  M. A., A. C., 1887.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Pierce Acad., Middleboro.  Andover T. S., 1865-68; ordained Waitsfield, S. 10, 1868, p. there, 1868-77; Swanton, Vt., 1877-87 and Highgate, Vt., 1878-87; W. Brattleboro, Vt., 1888-1900; w. c. Andover, 1900-03.  D. Andover, S. 14, 1903.

Married Aug. 12, 1868, Mary French, da. of Rev. Sereno T. Abbott, Hampton, N. H.  5 s., 1 da.

1608. *Bale, Albert Galliford.  S. of John and Mary (Galliford), b. Barnstaple, Eng., S. 10, 1840.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Chelsea H. S. and Phillips Acad., Andover.  Andover T. S., 1865-68; ordained Melrose, D. 3, 1868; p. 1st Cong. Ch. there, 1868-96; 1st Presb. Ch. Asbury Park, N. J., 1897-1902; w. c. there, 1902-06.  Registrar Mass. Gen. Assoc. of Cong. Chs., 10 yrs.  D. Asbury Park, N. J., D. 15, 1906.

Married (1) D. 1, 1868, Mary C., da. of Thomas S. Pulsifer, Newton, who d. Ap. 16, 1885; (2) D. 2, 1887, Martha D., da. of Ethan C. King, Melrose.  5 ch.  Frederick S. (A. C. 1906).

1609. *Barker, James Lawrence.  S. of James K. and Phebe H. (Jones), b. Methuen, O. 19, 1846.  Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Lawrence H. S.  Studied law with Daniel Saunders, Lawrence and civil engineering with father, 1865-67; admitted to bar, O., 1867; practised law and civil engineering Lawrence, 1867-69; prin. of school Santa Barbara, Cal., 1869-70; surveyor; real estate agent; farmer Santa Barbara, Cal., 1870-; retired.  D. on board Steamship President Garfield, N. 7, 1924.

Married (1) Jan. 1, 1874, Emma C., da. of H. K. Keith, Kingston, who d. F. 15, 1891; (2) O. 5, 1907, Ellen M., da. of George F. Peck, Mercer, Penn., who d. O. 24, 1923.  Ch. Henry L.

1610. *Barnes, Horace Franklin.  S. of Lemuel and Rachel (Smith), b. Newark, N. J., Jan. 15, 1842.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Charlestown H. S.; A. C., 1860-62, 1863-65; Newton T. S., 1865-68; ordained Buffalo, N. Y., Ap., 1869; p. there, 1869-71; Lebanon, N. H., 1871-74; Winchester, 1874-81; assoc. p. Berean Baptist Ch. N. Y. City, 1881-82; sec. N. Y. Baptist city missions, 1882-85; Brooklyn city missions, 1885-86; p. Newark, N. J., 1887-93; Providence, R. I., 1893-96; assoc. p. Tremont Temple Boston, 1896-98.  Priv. 47th Mass. Vols., 1862-63; field agent Red Cross, Porto Rico, during Spanish war; an organizer of Mass. Vol. Aid Assoc.; sec. Cuban Industrial Red Cross Soc., after the war.  D. Somerville, S. 5, 1902.

Married Mch. 16, 1869, Mary Florence, da. of William Murray, Charlestown.  3 ch.

1611. *Bartlett, Edward Newton.  S. of Newton and Deborah M. (Bennett), b. Amsterdam, N. Y., Jan. 12, 1835.  M. A., A. C., 1871.

Prepared Delaware Literary Institute, Franklin, N. Y.  Hartford T. S., 1866-68; miss'y Vt., 1865-69; taught Brooklyn, N. Y., 1869-70; Renovo, Liberty and Montgomery Station, Penn., 1870-71; boarding school Pennington, N. J., 1871-74; with daily newspapers Amsterdam, N. Y., 1895-1904; r. Ovid, N. Y., 1905.  D. Ovid, N. Y., D. 4, 1922.

Married D. 10, 1904, Emma J. Barnes, Ovid, N. Y.

1612. *Bishop, James Lord.  S. of William S. and Mary C. (Sayles), b. Rochester, N. Y., Jy. 18, 1843.  LL. B., Columbia, 1869.  Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Williston Sem.; Rochester U., 1861-62; A. C., 1862-65.  Studied law Columbia; practised N. Y. City, 1869-74, 1874-1924; Hudson, Wis. and St. Paul, Minn., 1874.  Pub. Bishop on Insolvent Debtors; Bishop on Code Practice in Civil Actions.  D. N. Y. City, Aug. 9, 1924.

Married N. 15, 1876, Martha Carter, da. of William C. Maitland, N. Y. City, who d. Jan. 7, 1915.  Ch. Mary C. (Blodgett); Maitland L. (A. C. 1901); Merrill (A. C. 1904).

1613. *Bolton, Charles Edward.  S. of James K. and Marilla (Ingram), b. So. Hadley Falls, May 16, 1841.  M. A., A. C., 1882.

Prepared Conference Sem. Northfield, N. H. and Williston Sem.  Manager Hall's Safe and Lock Co., for No. Ohio, Cleveland, O., 1865-71; real estate agent, and vice-president and manager Cleveland machine Co., some yrs.; patented and introduced several inventions; lecturer, 1873-92; real estate agent, 1892-; est. Cleveland Educational Bureau; r. E. Cleveland, O., 1893-1901.  Mayor E. Cleveland, O., 2 yrs.  Author A Model Village and other works.  D. E. Cleveland, O., O. 23, 1901.

Married O. 16, 1866, Sarah E., da. of John S. Knowles, Farmington, Conn.  Ch. Charles K.

1614. *Burnham, Thomas.  S. of Thomas (A. C. 1828) and Climena (Clark), b. La Salle, Ill., Jan. 1, 1842.

Prepared with Rev. Clinton Clark, Ridgefield, Conn.  Priv. 104th Ill. Vols., 1862; cop. 1862-64.  D. Atlanta, Ga., Jy. 20, 1864.

1615. *Campbell, Alvin Cutler.  S. of James and Margaret (Murphy), b. Whiting, Me., O. 20, 1836.

Prepared Brooklyn (N. Y.) H. S.  Princeton T. S., 1865-68; ordained as Presb. evngelist, Je. 30, 1868; s. s. No. Point and Renovo, Penn., 1868-71; Renovo, Penn., 1871-72; a. p. Pulaski, Penn., 1872-74; p. there, 1874-75; Montgomery, Penn., 1876-80; a. p. Northumberland, Penn., 1880-1909.  D. Northumberland, Penn., Jan. 27, 1909.

Married May 10, 1869, Martha, da. of Peter Hunselman, Northumberland, Penn.

1616. *Clapp, Alfred Dwight.  S. of Ralph and Minervia (Smith), b. Deerfield, F. 22, 1842.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Deerfield.  Priv. 52nd Mass. Vols., 1862-63.  D. Baton Rouge, La., Mch. 22, 1863.

1617. *Clark, William Bradley.  S. of William and Elvira Louisa (Hurd), b. Fryeburg, Me., Jan. 13, 1842.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover.  Taught, 3 yrs.; studied law with Hon. A. H. Waldo, Milwaukee, Wis., 1868-70; admitted to bar, S. 12, 1870; practised Milwaukee, Wis., 1870-71; lawyer and banker Bloomington, Wis., 1871-83; banker Minneapolis, Minn., 1883-1904; book publisher Dallas, Tex., 1904-08.  D. Dallas, Tex., D. 26, 1908.

Married (1) Jy. 17, 1872, Lucy Emma, da. of John O. David, Amherst, N. H., who d. 1893; (2) S. 11, 1895, Florence G., da. of Oscar J. Stilwell, Hudson, Wis.

1618. *Cooley, Orrin.  S. of Almerin and Sarah (Orcutt), b. So. Deerfield, Jy. 27, 1843.  M. D., U. of Penn., 1869.  Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Deerfield H. S. and So. Deerfield H. S.  Instructor in Latin and Greek, Prot. Episopal Acad., Philadelphia, Penn. and studied med., 1865-68; grad. U. of Penn., 1869; asst. supt. of schools. Sanitarium for Inebriates, Media, Penn., 1869-70; practised med. Chicago, Ill., 1870-77.  D. Chicago, Ill., Jan. 7, 1877.

1619. *Currier, Edward West.  S. of Nathaniel and Eliza West (Farnsworth), b. N. Y. City, May 20, 1841.

Prepared with Messrs. Parker and Berthet, N. Y. City and James Lowell, Cambridge; Harvard, 1860-61; A. C., 1862-65.  With Currier & Ives, printers and lithographers, N. Y. City, 1865-1907; partner, 1866-1907.  Bequeathed $10,000 to A. C. Library and made A. C. residuary legatee of estate; total bequest to A. C., $242,000.  D. N. Y. City, Ap. 2, 1907.

1620. *Dickinson, Edwin Hastings.  S. of Asa and Louisa (Sprout), b. So. Amherst, S. 10, 1843.  M. A., A. C., 1868; D. D., Richmond Coll., O., 1906.

Prepared Amherst Acad.  Taught Clintonville, Penn., 1866-68; Fulton, N. Y., 1868; Greensburgh, Penn., 1869-77; Western T. S. Allegheny City, Penn., 1877-80; prof. Ancient Languages and mathematics Greensburgh (Penn.) Sem., 1880-88; ordained Greensburgh, Penn., D. 21, 1882; p. Pleasant Grove (Penn.) Presb. Ch., 1882-1921; prin. Ligonier (Penn.) Classical Institute, 1881-1921.  D. Ligonier, Penn., Aug. 1, 1921.

Married (1) Mch. 27, 1871, Josephine Gertrude, da. of Thodore D. Hayes, Essex, Conn., who d. O. 24, 1877; (2) Aug. 23, 1883, Abbie Gibbs, da. of Ezra T. Pope, Sandwich.  Ch. Ezra P. (A. C. ex 1909); Annie F. (Williamson); Edwin A., Eunice A.

1621. *Eaton, James Howard.  S. of James Stewart and Louisa (Howard), b. Colchester, Conn., Je. 21, 1842.  Ph. D., Gottingen, 1867.  Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover.  U. of Gottingen, 1865-67; instructor in chemistry A. C., 1867-68; prof. chemistry and natural science Beloit Coll., 1868-73; prof. chemistry and mineralogy, Beloit Coll., 1873-77.  Pub. Metric System of Weights and Measures; Elements of Qualitative Analysis.  D. Beloit, Wis., Jan. 5, 1877.

Married Je. 25, 1873, Abbie Clark, da. of John P. Fisk, Beloit, Wis.  1 ch.  Bro. William W. (A. C. 1868); George T. (A. C. 1878).

1622. *Efner, Henry White.  S. of Joseph H. and Sophia (White), b. Buffalo, N. Y., O. 26, 1844.

Prepared Monson Acad.  Discount clerk Central Nat. Bank, N. Y. City, 1865-69; broker N. Y. City, 1869-93; r. W. Springfield, 1893-94.  Member N. Y. Stock Exchange.  D. W. Springfield, Mch. 24, 1894.

1623. Emerson, Benjamin Kendall.  S. of Benjamin Frothingham and Elizabeth (Kendall), b. Nashua, N. H., D. 20, 1843.  Ph. D., Göttingen, 1870; LL. D., A. C., 1915.  Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Nashua (N. H.) H. S. and N. H. Conference Sem., Tilton, N. H.; A. C., 1862-65.  Studied Göttingen, Germany, 1867-69; resident grad. Berlin, Germany, 1870; instructor in geology and zoology A. C., 1870-72; prof. of geology and zoology A. C., 1872-88; prof. of mineralogy and geology, 1888-1917; prof. emeritus, 1917-; prof. of mineralogy and geology Smith, 1878-1912; asst. geologist U. S. Geological Survey, 1890-96; geologist, 1896-.  Amer. vice-president International Geological Congress St. Petersburg, Russia, 1897; president Geological Soc. of Amer., 1899-1900; vice-president Amer. Acad. for Advancement of Science, 1896; fellow Amer. Acad. of Arts and Sciences; member Deutsche Geologische Gesellschaft and other socieities.  Author Geology of Mass. and R. I.; Geology of Old Hampshire Co.; The Ipswich Emersons, and many other works.  In World War represented Mass. on U. S. geological commission preparing maps of Mass. for use in repair or building of railroads and fortifications.

Married (1) Ap. 2, 1873, Mary Annette, da. of Rev. Erastus Hopkins, Northampton, who d. Jy. 31, 1897; (2) S. 4, 1901, Anna Hawley, da. of President Julius H. Seelye (A. C. 1849).  Ch. Charlotte F. (m. Albert W. Hitchcock); Benjamin Kendall (A. C. 1897); Edward H. (A. C. 1899); Annette H. (m. Thomas C. Esty, A. C. 1893); Malleville W. (m. William Haller, A. C. 1908); Caroline D.; Elizabeth J.; Henry S.

Address, 21 Northampton Rd., Amherst.

1624. *Emery, John Anson.  S. of John and Almira (Harding), b. Chatham, N. 16, 1837.  M. A., A. C., 1868.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Pierce Acad., Middleboro.  Merchant Pittsburgh, Penn., 1865-68; studied law with C. B. M. Smith, Pittsburgh, Penn., 1868-70; admitted to bar, Jy., 1870; practised Pittsburgh, Penn., 1870-1900.  D. Sewickley, Penn., O. 23, 1900.

Married O. 15, 1872, Mary Tassey, da. of John Morrison, Allegheny, Penn.  4 ch.  Gray M. (Fitch); John A.; Rufus E.

1625. *Frost, Edward Perry.  S. of Horace and Melinda (Locke), b. Charlestown, N. H., May 4, 1839.

Prepared New London Literary and Scientific Institute, N. H.  Studied theology privately, 1865-66; licensed to preach, Aug. 1866; taught Winchester, N. H., 1867; Auburndale, 1867-69; prin. Springfield (Ill.) H. S., 1869-71; Peoria (Ill.) H. S., 1871-77; farmer Flencoe, Minn., 1877-80; supt. of schools and prin. Stillwater (Minn.) H. S., 1880-96; taught Norway, Mich., 1896-1907; Escanaba, Mich., 1907-09; r. Bellingham, Wash., 1909-11.  D. Bellingham, Wash., D. 25, 1911.

Married Aug. 15, 1865, Katherine, da. of Thomas Whipple, No. Charlestown, N. H.  Ch. Alice (MacArthur); Bertha A. (Hughes); Mabel B. (Reath); Edwin C.

1626. *Gammell, Sereno Dwight.  S. of John and Susan W. (Mayhew), b. Charlestown, Mch. 2, 1842.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Charlestown H. S.  Andover T. S., 1865-68; ordained S. 9, 1868; p. Boxford, 1868-80; Chestnut St. Ch. Lynn, 1880-84; Wellington, O., 1884-89; Tallmadge, O., 1890-96; w. c. No. Brookfield and Daytona, Fla., 1896-1915.  Priv. 47th Mass. Vols., 1862-63; 1st Lieut. 4th Mass. Regt. Heavy Artillery, 1864-65.  D. Cleveland, O., Je. 4, 1915.

Married (1) Aug. 17, 1868, Nancy E., da. of David B. Weston, Charlestown, who d. May 12, 1880; (2) Ap. 2, 1884, Emma L., da. of J. E. Porter, No. Brookfield.  Ch. David W.; John; Lucy (Marriott).

1627. *Gaylord, Edward Dickinson.  S. of Rev. Hemingway J. (A. C. 1837) and Cordelia (Dickinson), b. Union, N. Y., Je. 2, 1843.

Prepared with father.  Priv. and Orderly Sergt. 4th Del. Vols., 1862-64.  D. Lincoln Hospital, Washington, D. C., Aug. 23, 1864.  Bro. Eber W. (A. C. 1866).

1628. *Gray, George Dickman.  S. of Nathaniel and Emerline A. (Hubbard), b. N. Y. City, F. 14, 1844.  Alpha Delta Phi. Prepared R. B. Hubbard's private school, Amherst.  Studied mining engineering San Francisco, Cal., 1866; mining engineer, Cal., 1866-69; Nev., 1869-70; bookkeeper San Francisco, Cal., 1871-; lumber and shipping merchant there, 1882-1915.  Vice-president San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, 2 terms.  Trustee San Francisco T. S.  D. San Francisco, May 9, 1921.

Married Jy. 27, 1869, Susan Hichborn, da. of Luther F. Thayer, Randolph.  Ch. Mabel T. (Potter); Elizabeth F. (Potter); Prentiss N.

1629. *Greene, Henry Mottais.  S. of Rev. Henry S. (A. C. 1834) and Mary P. (Abbott), b. Lynnfield, Aug. 24, 1841.

Prepared Punchard Free School, Andover.  D. Ballardvale, Jan. 19, 1867.

1630. *Hammond, John Chester.  S. of Salem and Julia Ann (Johnson), b. Amherst, Aug. 15, 1842.  M. A., A. C., 1871; LL. D., A. C., 1925.  Phi Beta Kappa.

Prepared Williston Sem.  Studied law with Charles Delano, 15 mos.; admitted to bar of state courts, O. 22, 1868; admitted to U. S. circuit court, N. 2, 1872; practised Northampton, 1868-; in partnership with Charles Delano, 1868-83; with son Thomas J. Hammond, 1903-26.  district attorney, 1896-1901; president Mass. Bar Assoc., 1913.  Trustee Hopkins Acad. Hadley, 1870-; president of bd., many yrs.; trustee Clark School for the Deaf, Northampton; Williston Sem., 1880; overseer Charity fund of A. C.  D. Northampton, 1926.

Married N. 16, 1871, Eliza m., da. of Jasper Brown, Oxford.  Ch. Robert B. (d.); Thomas J. (A. C. 1900); Maud; May; Ethel.  Bro. Henry E. (A. C. ex 1871).

1631. *Hannum, Francis Hutchinson.  S. of Arlow and Asenath (Hutchinson), b. Easthampton, Ap. 12, 1842.

Prepared Williston Sem.  Taught Cooperstown, N. Y., 1 yr.; paymaster cotton mills Toddsville, N. Y.; clerk and bookkeeper in grocery store Springfield; junior partner Hubbard & Hannum, grocers and fish vendors, Easthampton; retired.  D. ----.

Married Aug. 12, 1866, Emily, da. of Allen D. Shumway, Cooperstown, N. Y.  2 s.

1632. *Hardy, Vitellus Merrill.  S. of Levi and Catherine H. (Moshier), b. Wilton, Me., O. 13, 1840.  B. D., Chicago T. S., 1868; D. D., U. of Vt., 1895.

Prepared Wilton (Me.) H. S. and privately; Union, 1861-63; A. C., 1863-65.  Bangor T. S. and Chicago T. S., 1865-70; ordained Jan. 31, 1872; p. Morrisville, Vt., 1872-78; W. Randolph, Vt., 1878-1900; Foxcroft, Me., 1900-05; r. Morrisville, Vt., 1905-.  Supt. of schools Morrisville, Vt.; director Vt. State Sunday School Assoc.; Vt. Miss'y Soc.; president Vt. State Conference.  D. Morrisville, Vt., Mch. 20, 1925.

Married Je. 10, 1873, Sarah Antoinnette, da. of J. C. Noyes, Morrisville, Vt.  Bro. Audubon L. (A. C. 1879).

1633. *Harlow, Rufus Kendrick.  S. of Branch and Lurany (Keith), b. Middleboro, Mch. 28, 1834.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Pierce Acad., Middleboro.  Bangor T. S., 1865-68; ordained Middleboro, O. 12, 1868; s. s. St. Lawrence St. Ch. Portland, Me., 1868-69; w. c. 1869-71; s. s. 1st Cong. Ch. Belfast, Me., 1871-72; p. Village Ch. Medway, 1872-97; p. emeritus, 1897-1905.  D. Barrington, R. I., D. 14, 1905.

1634. *Harwood, Charles Elliott.  S. of Abel and Polly (Townshend), b. Enfield, Je. 16, 1842.  M. A., A. C., 1868.

Prepared Williston Sem.  Taught Lawrence Acad. Falmouth, 1865-66; Andover T. S., 1866-69; a. p. E. Machias, Me., 1869-70; s. s. Orleans, 1870-71; ordained there, Je. 7, 1871; p. there, 1871-81; w. c. Orleans, 1882; home miss'y Wymore, Neb., 1882-85; Fairfield, Neb., 1885-90; a. p. Presque Isle, Me., 1890-94; Cranberry Isles, Me., 1894-97.  Supt. of schools Orleans, 1872-80.  D. Orleans, Mch. 22, 1897.

1635. *Holland, Frederic.  S. of Nathaniel and Betsey (Stone), b. Barre, Mch. 22, 1873.

Prepared Powers Institute, Bernardston; Williams, 1861-62; A. C., 1862-65.  Taught Barre; prin. Barre H. S., 1 yr.; Freehold, N. J., 2 yrs.; prin. of high schools Orange, Maynard, Medway and Scituate; taught Dr. Brown's Institute for Feeble-Minded Youth, Barre, 1881-85; r. Barre, 1885-89.  D. Barre, Jan. 9, 1892.

1636. *Houghton, Joseph Goodhue.  S. of Rev. James C. (A. C. ex 1837) and Julia (Morton), b. Dana, S. 13, 1842.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Kimball Union Acad., N. H. and Williston Sem.  Asst. clerk Vt. House of Representatives, 1865-66; clerk N. Y. City, 1866-69; merchant Burlington, Vt., 1869-72; manufacturer Brooklyn, N. Y., 1872-73; merchant there, 1873-83; hardware merchant Stamford, Conn., 1883-97; in public and civic life, 1897-1911; in banking, 1911-16.  President Fidelity Title & Trust Co. Stamford, Conn.; held several city offices.  D. Stamford, Conn., Jan. 15, 1916.

Married S. 8, 1869, Sarah Pierpont, da. of Geroge W. Edwards, Brooklyn, N. Y.  Ch. Walter E.; Frederick M.; Herbert P. (A. C. 1901).  Bro. James C. (A. C. 1862).

1637. *Howland, Albert Henry.  S. of Albert and Mary G. (Perkins), b. Barnstable, F. 25, 1845.  M. A., A. C., 1868; C. E., M. I. T., 1871.

Prepared Amherst Acad.  Taught Norwalk, Conn., 1866-69; studied civil engineering M. I. T., 1869-71; practised Lowell, 1871-72; Ia., 1872-73; Boston, 1873-78, 1879-1914; Penn., 1878-79.  D. Boston, Ap. 5, 1914.

1638. *Johnson, George Monn Tracy.  S. of Rev. Leonard (A. C. 1824) and Harriet N. (Hatch), b. Bennington, Vt., Mch. 24, 1838.

Prepared Delaware Literary Institute, Franklin, N. Y.; A. C., 1861-62; B. A., 1906.  Teacher, farmer and freight clerk, 1862-64; freight clerk Syracuse and Binghamton R. R., Chenango Forks, N. Y., 1865-67; in several offices of freight dept. of Albany and Susquehenna R. R., 1867-80; farmer, 1880-.  Priv. 1st Regt. N. Y. Cav., 1864-65.  D. Binghamton, N. Y., Aug. 6, 1924.

Married (1) Jy. 22, 1869, Mary Emily, da. of Joseph B. Eastman, Windsor, N. Y.; (2) May 29, 1877, Sarah, da. of Verdine E. Gale, Binghamton, N. Y.  Ch. H. Norton (A. C. 1903); Robert M. T.

1639. Jones, Edmund Adams.  S. of Elisha A. and Rhoda (Ellis), b. Medway, F. 11, 1842.  M. A., A. C., 1871.  Ph. D., Ohio U., 1904.  Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Mt. Hollis Sem., Holliston; A. C., 1860-62; 1863-65.  Taught Latin and gymnastics Lake Forest Acad., Ill., 1865-69; supt. of schools Massillon, O., 1869-73; Marietta, O., 1873-; Massillon, O., 1895-1904; state supt. of public instruction, O., 1904-09; prof. in Otterbein Coll., O., 1909-, of Amer. History and Bible, later of Bible and Education.  Priv., Sergt., Commissary Sergt. 42nd Mass. Vols., 1862-63.  Trustee Wooster U., 6 yrs.; president Ohio State Teachers' Assoc.; president State Board of School Examiners.  Member Ohio Acad. of Science; Ohio Archaeological and Historical Soc.

Married D. 23, 1873, Flora, da. of Warren S. Richards, Massillon, O.  Ch. Flora R. (d.); Walter E. (A. C. 1904).

Address, 100 W. Park St., Westerville, O.

1640. *Kittredge, George Dimick.  S. of Timothy and Fanny (Marsh), b. Mt. Vernon, N. H., Jan. 9, 1841.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Appleton Acad., Mt. Vernon, N. H.  With Conant & Campbell, furniture dealers N. Y. City, 1865-71; with brother Dr. Charles M. Kittredge in charge of private sanitarium Fishkill-on-the-Hudson, N. Y., 1871-77.  D. Andover, Mch. 6, 1877.

1641. *Knox, William Shadrach.  S. of William S. and Rebecca (Walker), b. Killingly, Conn., S. 10, 1843.  Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Lawrence H. S.  Studied law Lawrence, 1865-66; admitted to bar, O., 1866; practised Lawrence and Andover, 1866-; later Lawrence, 18(?)-1914.  Member Mass. house of representatives, 1874-75; U. S. Congressman 5th Mass. district, 1894-1902; president Arlington Nat. Bank.  D. Lawrence, S. 21, 1914.

Married (1) S. 27, 1873, Eunice, da. of Isaac Hussey, Acton, Me., who d. Mch. 27, 1897; (2) N. 25, 1898, Helen B., da. of Edward P. Broadman, Lawrence.  Ch. William B.; Blanche (Chase); Rebecca.

1642. *Lane, Charles Edward.  S. of Charles and Hannah (French), b. So. Newmarket, N. H., D. 27, 1837.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover.  Andover T. S., 1865-68; home miss'y, Vt., during vacations.  D. Stratham, N. H., Aug. 17, 1868.  Bro. John W. (A. C. 1856).

1643. *Lee, Edward Payson.  S. of Nathaniel and Isabel M. (Johnson), b. Waterford, Vt., Aug. 5, 1839.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared St. Johnsbury Acad., Vt.; A. C., 1861-62; B. A., 1886.  Agent for Norcross, Mellen & Co., dealers in crockery, glassware, etc., 1865-67; deputy collector of customs Island Pond (Brighton), Vt., 1867-68; studied theology with Rev. N. F. Paterson, St. Johnsbury, Vt., 1875-79; ordained deacon Protestant Episcopal Ch., Je. 19, 1879; priest, Je. 24, 1880; asst. rector Grace Ch. W. Rutland, and miss'y in charge of St. James Ch. Hydeville, Vt., 1879-81; rector Grace Ch. Rutland, Vt. and miss'y at Castleton, Hydeville and Fairhaven, Vt., 1881-91; rector St. James Ch. W. Somerville, 1892-96; miss'y Ashland, Me., 1896-98; rector Christ Ch. Island Pond, Vt., 1898-1908; r. St. Johnsbury, Vt., 1908-.  Priv., Sergt., 1st Lieut., Capt. 11th Vt. Vols. and 1st Vt. Artillery, 1862-65.  D. St. Johnsbury, Vt., D. 11, 1922.

Married (1) S. 11, 1866, Permelia Ursuline, da. of Elisha Brown, Attleboro, who d. Jan. 31, 1875; (2) O. 4, 1880, Sarah B., da. of Rev. John Med. Coll., Vickar, N. Y. City, who d. F., 1886; (3) May 21, 1891, Virginia H. Johnson, Bangor, Me.  Ch. Edith M. (d); Florence P. (d.) Edward B.; Isabella M. (d).

1644. *McDuffie, Samuel Valentine.  S. of Samuel and Emily (Way), b. Corinth, Vt., Jan. 9, 1835.

Prepared Barre (Vt.) Acad.; A. C., 1861-62; B. A., 1886.  Princeton T. S., 1866; Union T. S.; grad. Bangor T. S., 1868; ordained Crawfordsville, Ind., May 25, 1869; p. Wayne, Ia., 1868-70; Acworth, N. H., 1870-71; Barton, Vt., 1871-73; Fisherville, N. H., 1873-74; Ludlow Centre, 1874-82; Brimfield, 1882-84; Orange City, Fla., 1884-90; Thetford, Vt., 1890-98; r. Springfield, 1898-1904; a. p. Hope Ch. part of the time.  Priv. 3rd Regt. N. H. Vols., 1862-64; signal corps, 1864-65.  D. Springfield, F. 28, 1904.

Married S. 15, 1868, Mary, da. of David Peterson, St. Johns, N. B. 4 ch.

1645. *March, Daniel.  S. of Rev. Dr. Daniel (A. C. ex 1838) and Jane P. (Gilson), b. New Haven, Conn., May 25, 1844.  M. D., U. of Penn., 1871.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Woburn H. S.  Prin. Blackstone H. S., 1865-66; taught Stathmore Institute and Classical Schools Philadelphia, Penn., 1866-68; prin. Washington Institute Cambridge, N. Y., 1868-70; studied med. Philadelphia, Penn.; grad. U. of Penn., 1871; practised Brooklyn, N. Y., 1871-72; resident physician P. E. Hospital Philadelphia, Penn., 1872-73; practised Pittsburgh, Penn., 1873-80; Winchester, 1880-97.  D. Woburn, Jan. 1, 1897.

Married O. 3, 1878, Jean H., da. of John M. Stevenson, Cambridge, N. Y.  Bro.  Frederick W. (A. C. 1867); Charles A. (A. C. ex 1870).

1646. *Mead, John Ames.  S. of Artemas and Abigail (Richardson), b. Portland, Me., Jy. 16, 1842.  M. D., Harvard, 1869.

Prepared Woburn H. S.; A. C., 1861-62; B. A., 1886.  Studied med. with D. P. Gage, Lowell; grad. Harvard, 1869; practised Pearlington, Miss., 1869-91.  Priv. 39th Mass. Vols., 1862-65.  D. New Orleans, La., Jan. 30, 1891.

Married O. 23, 1880, Amelia R., da. of Stephen Mead, Pearlington, Miss.  Ch. Abigail; John A.

1647. *Mears, David Otis.  S. of David and Abigail (Burnham), b. Essex, F. 22, 1842.  M. A., A. C., 1874; D. D., Ia. (Grinnell), 1882.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover.  Studied theology with Rev. Dr. E. N. Kirk Boston, 1865-69; ordained O. 2, 1867; p. North Ave. Ch. Cambridge, 1867-77; Piedmont Ch. Worcester, 1877-93; Calvary Presb. Ch. Cleveland, O., 1893-95; 4th Presb. Ch. Albany, N. Y., 1895-1910; p. emeritus, residing Essex, 1910-15.  Author The bible and Modern Thought; Building a Nation; The Oberlin Lectures, 1892, and other works; on staff of Golden Rule (Christian Endeavor World), 1879-80.  D. Williamstown, Ap. 29, 1915.

Married (1) S. 11, 1867, Frances Jane, da. of Bradford Bentley, Amherst, who d. Mch. 26, 1879; (2) S. 6, 1882, Mary C., da. of J. B. Grinnell, Grinnell, Ia.  Ch. Edward N. K.; Bradford B. (d.); Helen G. (d.); Eliot G.  Bro. George F. (A. C. 1875).

1648. *Merrill, George Cooke.  S. of Rev. James Harvey and Lucia Wadsworth (Griswold), b. Montague, Jy. 1, 1845.  M. A., A. C., 1868.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Punchard School, Andover.  Prin. Princeton H. S., 1865; taught English, Phillips Acad. Andover, 1866-69; prof. of physics and mathematics Washburn Coll., Kans., 1869-75; Peabody instructor in natural sciences Phillips Acad., Andover, 1875-81.  D. Andover, Ap. 19, 1882.

Married Je. 17, 1873, Florence, da. of Jacob C. Adams, Greensburg, Ind.  Ch. Hamilton G. (A. C. 1900).

1649. Merrill, George Robert.  S. of Robert Morrill and Ann Sawyer (Babson), b. Newburyport, D. 26, 1845.  M. A., A. C., 1868; D. D., Ripon, Wis., 1893.

Prepared Brown H. S., Newburyport; A. C., 1862-65.  Bangor T. S., 1865-66; miss'y to freedmen, Va., 1866; Rochester T. S., 1867; ordained, Jan. 2, 1867; p. Henrietta, N. Y., 1866-70; Medina, N. Y., 1870-73; Adrian, Mich., 1873-76; Biddeford, Me., 1877-79; Painesville, O., 1879-; 1st Cong. Ch. Minneapolis, Minn., 1886-99; Leavitt St. Cong. Ch. Minneapolis, 1898-1900; supt. of missions, Minn., 1900-13; p. Romsey ch. Boston, 1914-18; supt. S. E. district for home miss'y soc., 1918-20; p. Hackensack, N. J., 1920-.  Pub. The Development of the Sunday School; ed. Cong. Ch. News Atlanta, Ga., 1918-19.

Married (1) May 1, 1867, Eunice Thurston, da. of Stephen Plumer, Newbury, who d. N. 30, 1883; (2) May 8, 1885, Mary Morse, da. of Samuel R. House, Painesville, O., who d. S. 25, 1911.   Ch. John E.; George P.; Mary A. (Burnap); Eunice H. (Hunting); Laura A.; Robert C.; Marjorie A.

Address, 543 Wister St., Philadelphia, Penn.

1650. *Moore, Harlan Page.  S. of Newell and Eliza (Knight), b. Holden, Aug. 23, 1840.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover.  Orderly Sergt. 36th Mass. Vols., 1862; clerk in Q. M. Dept., 1862-64.  D. Camp Nelson, Ky., F. 29, 1864.

1651. *Moulton, Henry Percy.  S. of Augustus and Julia A. (Pressey), b. No. Beverly, N. 28, 1844.

Prepared Beverly H. S.  Taught Pittsburgh (Penn.) H. S., 1865-66; studied law Salem; admitted to bar, Jan. 22, 1868; practised Salem, 1868-1904; senior partner firm of Moulton, Casey, Jones & Darling Boston, 1900-04.  Member state legislature, 1872; asst. district attorney Essex Co., 1873-74; district attorney Essex Co., 1882-83; U. S. district attorney Mass., 1901-04.  D. Salem, D. 5, 1904.

Married D. 4, 1875, Hattie E., da. of John M. Stocker, Lynn.  4 ch.  Henry Philip (A. C. ex 1902).

1652. *Nichols, Samuel Edward.  S. of Proctor and Betsey (Richardson), b. Brookfield, F. 17, 1842.

Prepared Wilbraham Acad.; A. C., 1862; B. A., 1890.  Military commandant Leicester Acad., 1866-68; book and music dealer Pittsfield, 1868-82; ed. Pittsfield Sun, 1879-82; coal dealer Buffalo, N. Y., 1882-91; chief editorial writer Buffalo Times, 1891-93; U. S. pension agent, 1893-98.  Priv. 37th Mass. Inf., 1862-64; 2nd Lieut., 1st Lieut., Capt., Brevet Capt., 1864-65.  D. Buffalo, N. Y., Ap. 29, 1898.

Married N. 21, 1866, Orpha S., da. of Calvin Clark, Northampton.  3 ch.

1653. *Obear, William Foster.  S. of William and Eliza A. (Foster), b. Beverly, Je. 18, 1838.

Prepared Pierce Acad., Middleboro.  Bangor T. S., 1865-68; ordained Middleboro, O. 14, 1868; p. So. Abington (Whitman), 1868-70; West Ch., Portland, Me., 1870-71; 2nd Ch., Newcastle, Me., 1872-80; Winthrop, Me., 1881-84; Maplewood (Malden), 1884-94.  D. Maplewood, May 23, 1894.

Married O. 21, 1868, Julia E., da. of Sabinus P. Marble, Somerset.  ch. Annie E. (Johnson); William W. (A. C. 1897).

1654. *Pasco, Martin Kellogg.  S. of Theodore P. and Fanny (Kellogg), b. Hadley, D. 15, 1841.  Phi Beta Kappa.

Prepared Hopkins Acad., Hadley.  Prin. Penfield Sem., N. Y., 1865-66; Hartford T. S., 1866-67; licensed to preach, Je., 1867; Lane T. S., 1868-69; ordained Vermilion, O., N. 23, 1869, p. there, 1869-70; Marysville, O., 1871-72; St. Johns, Mich., 1872-73; W. Williamsfield, O., 1873-75; a. p. Belpre, O., 1877-79; Glyndon, Minn., 1881-83; Brownton, Minn., 1883-94; Berea, Ky., 1893-1909; w. c. there, 1909-11, teaching for a short time at Berea Coll.  D. Berea, Ky., Mch. 31, 1911.

Married May 21, 1872, Ellen P., da. of John Guthrie, Marysville, O.  Ch. Mary G.; Theodore G.; John G.; Martin.  1 d.

1655. *Putnam, George Levi.  S. of John and Roxana (Howard), b. Grafton, Vt., May 25, 1837.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover.  Bookkeeper, La., 1866; merchant Mobile, Ala., 1867-69; supt. of Amer. Miss'y Schools Mobile, Ala., 1867-71; supt. of education for city and Co. of Mobile, Ala., 1868-70; postmaster Mobile, Ala., 1871-72; asst. auditor Ala. & Chattanooga R. R., 1872-73; manufacturer Chicago, Ill., 1874-78; bookkeeper Bridgeport and Bodie, Cal., 1879-80; postmaster Bodie, Cal., 1880-82; sec. and treasurer Silver Hill Quartz Mill Co. Bodie, Cal., 1880-.  Member Ala. state bd. of education, 1868-70; bd. of regents of state U. of Ala., 1868-70.  D. Bodie, Cal., N. 28, 1885.

Married F. 24, 1869, Emily J., da. of Jonathan P. Dodge, Claremont, N. H.

1656. *Rockwell, Francis Warren.  S. of Rev. Joel Edson (A. C. 1837) and Mary Elizabeth (Frye), b. Valatie, N. Y., D. 22, 1843.  M. A., A. C., 1871; M. D., Columbia, 1868.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Polytechnic Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y. and with Rev. I. I. Davidson.  Columbia Med. School, 1865-68; asst. physician Kings Co. Hospital, N. Y., 1868-69; practised Brooklyn, N. Y., 1869-89; lecturer L. I. Coll. Hospital, 1874; attending physician Sheltering Arms Nursery and Eastern District Hospital, 1871-89; surgeon St. John's and St. Mary's Hospitals Brooklyn, N. Y.  D. Brooklyn, Ap. 30, 1889.

Married S. 12, 1872, Elizabeth Trowbridge, da. of Caleb Hammil, Brooklyn, N. Y.  5 ch.

1657. Runnells, John Sumner.  S. of John and Huldah (Staples), b. Effingham, N. H., Jy. 30, 1844.  Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared New Hampton Institute, N. H.  Taught Rochester, N. H. and Dover, N. H., 1865-67; private sec. to Gov. of Ia., 1867-69; U. S. Consul, Tunstall, Eng., 1869-71; studied law Dover, N. H. and Des Moines, Ia.; admitted to bar, F., 1872; practised Des Moines, Ia., 1873-.  Attorney for C. B. & Q. R. R. co.; asst. ed. of Ia. State Register; reporter of Supreme Court of Ia. and as such ed. 12 vols. of law reports.

Married Mch. 31, 1869, Helen R., da. of Gen N. B. Baker, Des Moines, Ia.  3 ch.

Address, 1525 No. State St., Chicago, Ill.

1658. *Sampson, Zabdiel Sidney.  S. of Algernon Sidney and Julia Adeline (Lambert), b. New Bedford, N. 26, 1841.  LL. B., Columbia, 1867.  Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Rochester Acad. and with Prof. A. J. Phipps, New Bedford; A. C., 1860-62, 1863-65.  Columbia Law School, 1866-67; admitted to bar, N. Y. City, Ap., 1867; practised N. Y. City, 1867-71, 1874-97; Temont, N. Y., 1871-74.  Priv. 3rd Mass. inf., 1862-63.  Distinguished musician, and organist of 2nd Unitarian Ch. Brooklyn, many yrs.  D. Brooklyn, N. Y., Jy. 30, 1897.

Married O. 7, 1874, Evelyn A., da. of Dr. Henry L. Horton, Morrisania, N. Y.  1 ch. (d.).

1659. *Sawyer, Joseph Henry.  S. of Henry and Margaret (Multer), b. Davenport, N. Y., May 29, 1842.  M. A., A. C. 1868; L. H. D., A. C., 1902.  Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Delaware Literary Institute, Franklin, N. Y.; A. C., 1862-65.  Licensed to preach by Hampshire Assoc., Je. 4, 1872; taught mathematics Monson Acad., 1865-66; instructor in mathematics and mental science Williston Sem., 1866-96, acting prin., 1884-86, prin., 1896-1919.  Trustee Williston Sem., 1896-1919; Amer. International Coll. Springfield.  Member Amer. Acad. of Political and Social Science.  Author Alumni Records of Williston Sem.; History of Williston Sem.  D. Easthampton, N. 7, 1919.

Married Je. 29, 1870, Sarah Whitman, da. of Henry Beekman, U. S. of Columbia.  S. Henry B. (d.).

1660. *Saylor, Francis Hoffman.  S. of Henry and Mary A. (Mills), b. Schuylkill Haven, Penn., O. 24, 1844.  C. E., Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst., 1867.  Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Union Sem., New Berlin, Penn.  Studied civil engineering R. P. I., 1865-67; asst. engineer Philadelphia & Reading R. R. Co., Pottstown, Penn., 1868-71; chief engineer Delaware & Bound Brook R. R., 1874-77; general manager Bound Brook Route, 1876-78; chief engineer of construction, Pittsburgh and Lake Erie R. R., 1878-79; member of firm of Cofrode & Saylor, civil engineers and bridge builders Philadelphia, Penn., 1880-1906.  D. Philadelphia, Penn., Ap. 12, 1906.

1661. *Smith, Edward Payson.  S. of Samuel and Lucina (Metcalf), b. Middlefield, Jan. 20, 1840.  M. A., A. C., 1868; Ph. D., Syracuse, 1888.  Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Lewistown (Penn.) Acad. and with brother Judson of Oberlin Coll.  Prin. Hinsdale H. S., 1865-66; Oberlin T. S., 1866-67; Andover T. S., 1867-68; taught Williston Sem., 1868-70; studied U. of Halle, Germany, 1870-71 and Paris, France; licensed to preach Boston, Jan., 1872; prof. of English and modern languages Worcester Free (Polytechnic) Institute, 1872-88; prof. of political science there, 1888-92.  D. Worcester, May 2, 1892.

Married N. 26, 1868, Julia Mack, da. of James T. Church, Middlefield.  Ch. Edward C. (A. C. 1901); Philip M. (A. C. 1905); Robert M. (A. C. 1908); 1 da.  Bro. Judson (A. C. 1859).

1662. *Smith, Franklin Emerson.  S. of Dr. Benjamin F. and Julia A. (Buckland), b. Chicopee, Jy. 10, 1843.

Prepared Amherst Acad. and with Prof. Richard A. Mather of A. C.  Studied pharmacy; druggist Mt. Vernon, N. Y., 1869-73; druggist Brooklyn, N. Y., 1873-1913; r. E. Amherst, several yrs.  D. Canaan, Conn., Aug. 8, 1919.

Married S. 1, 1874, Susie M., da. of David S. Cooke, Amherst.  Ch. Sadie.

1663. *Smith, Nathaniel Bemis.  S. of Heman and Rebecca (Jackson), b. Chatham, Aug. 20, 1840.

Prepared Chatham H. S.  Orderly Sergt. 58th Mass. Vols., 1863-64.  D. Cold Harbor, Va., Je. 23, 1864.

1664. *Smith, Thomas Stanley.  S. of Levi B. and Emily H. (Badger), b. Robeson Township, Penn., Jan. 25, 1845.  M. D., Jefferson Med. Coll., 1868.

Prepared Williston Sem.  Jefferson Med. Coll. Philadelphia, Penn., 1865-66; practised Reading, Penn., 1869-71; studied U. of Leipzig, Germany, 1871-72; practised Philadelphia, Penn., 1872-75; lecturer summer course Jefferson Med. Coll., 1875-77; practised Reading, Penn., 1877-87, specializing in diseases of the eye.  D. Reading, Penn., N. 25, 1887.

1665. *Stockbridge, Sylvester Lamson.  S. of Levi and Syrena (Lamson), b. Hadley, May 22, 1841.

Prepared Kimball Union Acad. and Williston Sem.; A. C., 1861-62; B. A., 1886.  Studied law with Edward Dickinson, Amherst and Harvard Law School; admitted to bar, Baltimore, Md., 1867; practised there, in partnership with Henry Stockbridge, 1867-79; alone, 1879-97.  Judge of orphans' court of Baltimore, Md., 1895 and chief justice of that court.  Priv., Corp. 37th Regt. Mass. Vols., 1862-63.  D. Baltimore, Md., F. 11, 1897.

Married (1) Jan. 1, 1868, Mary Elizabeth, da. of Rev. Warren H. Beaman, No. Hadley, who d. Aug. 9, 1871; (82) O. 30, 1873, Mary Adeline, da. of Lemuel Cobb, E. Sharon.  5 ch.

1666. *Taylor, Joseph Knight.  S. of Frederick and Sarah H. (Knight), b. Granby, D. 6, 1840.

Prepared Williston Sem.; A. C., 1861-62.  Priv. 37th Mass. Vols., 1862-64.  D. Charlestown, West Va., Aug. 31, 1864.

1667. *Thresher, Almon Underwood.  S. of Thomas Hubbard and Palace (Underwood), b. Stafford, Conn., O. 9, 1840.  Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Monson Acad.  Classical tutor Denison U., O., 1865-66; taught private school St. Louis, Mo., 1866-67; prof. of rhetoric and English  Literature Denison U., O., 1867-.  D. Riverside, Cal., Jy. 11, 1922.

Married N. 22, 1870, Mary Ives, da. of Elizur Abbott, Granville, O.  Bro. James N. (A. C. 1859).

1668. *Thurston, Philander.  S. of James and Maria (Gleason), b. Pelham, May 25, 1837.

Prepared Williston Sem.  Bangor T. S., 1865-67; Andover T. S., 1867-68; ordained Jan. 19, 1869; s. s. and p. E. Machias, Me., 1868-69; p. Sudbury, 1870-74; Village Ch. Dorchester, 1875-80; w. c. Mattapan, 1880-84; p. Sutton, 1884-90; w. c. Sutton, 1890-92; Enfield, 1892-93.  D. Enfield, D. 21, 1893.

Married Je. 23, 1885, Susan Amelia, da. of Augustus Hammond, Pittsford, Vt.  1 s.

1669. *Turner, Charles Willard.  S. of Roswell W. and Mary (Howard), b. Boston, F. 23,1844.  M. A., A. C., 1892.  Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Newton H. S.  Studied law with A. A. Ranney, Boston, 1865-67; admitted to bar there, F., 1867; practised Boston and Hyde Park, 1867-71; Boston, 1871-92; prof. of law and constitutional history U. of Tenn., Knoxville, Tenn., 1892-1922; dean of Law School, 1905-19.  D. Knoxville, Tenn., May 10, 1922.

Married O. 1, 1866, Kate Hamilton, da. of James W. Hill, Newton.  Ch. Douglas; Helen.

1670. Tyler, Henry Mather.  S. of Prof. William Seymour (A. C. 1830) and Amelia O. (Whiting), b. Amherst, N. 18, 1843.  M. A., A. C., 1868; D. D., A. C., 1902.  Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Amherst Acad. and Williston Sem.  Taught Williston Sem., 1865-66; tutor of Latin A. C., 1868-69; prof. of Greek and German, Knox Coll., Galesburg, Ill., 1869-72; studied theology with father; ordained May 6, 1872; p. Calvinistic Ch. Fitchburg, 1872-77; prof. of Greek, Smith, 1877-1912, dean, 1900-12.  Trustee Northampton Institution for Savings; president bd. of trustees of Williston Sem.; member managing bd. of Amer. School of Classical Studies at Athens.  Author A Greek Play and its Presentation; ed. Selections from the Greek Lyric Poets; revised and re-edited Plato's Apology and Crito; Tacitus' Germania and Agricola, by his father.

Married Jy. 30, 1872, Mary Frances, da. of Henry V. Desborough, Galesburg, Ill.  Ch. Harry D. (A. C. 1896); Marjorie E.; Donald W.  Bro. Mason (A. C. 1862); William W. (A. C. 1864); John M. (A. C. 1873).

Address, 44 Prospect St., Northampton.

1671. *Tyler, John Bennett.  S. of John Ellery and Mary Hooker (Williams), b. Windham, Conn., N. 3, 1844.  M. D., Michigan, 1867; Columbia, 1868.

Prepared with Lewis J. Dudley, Northampton.  Pittsfield Med. Coll., and Columbia Med. Coll., N. Y. City, 1865-66, 1867-68; U. of Mich., 1866-67; practised Northampton, 1868-82; Dover Plains, N. Y., 1882-87; Kansas City, Mo., 1887-92; Billerica, 1892-1915.  D. Billerica, Ap. 4, 1915.

Married Jy. 2, 1874, Jennie, da. of Samuel T. Spaulding, Northampton.  Bro. Sidney W. (A. C. 1863); Eliphalet W. (A. C. 1868).

NON-GRADUATES

*Ames, Charles Alphonso.  S. of Joseph H. and Mary (Melvin), b. Peterboro, N. H., Jan. 1, 1839;  Prepared Phillips Acad., Exeter, N. H.; A. C., 1861-62.  Grocer Lawrence, 1865-66; in book business and supt. of Amer. Telegraph Co. and general agent Knickerbocker Life Insurance Co. for N. H., Peterboro, N. H., 1867-69; real estate and insurance agent, and in lumber and salt manufacture Bay City, Mich., 1870-73; bookkeeper Leavenworth and Russell, Kans., 1874-79; mining near Breckenridge, Col., 1879-80; in vinegar business Denver, Col., many yrs.  Priv. and Q. M. Sergt. 13th N. H. Vols., 1862-65.  D. Seattle, Wash., Mch. 29, 1915.
Belden, Charles Dwight.  B. F. 16, 1845.  Registered from Brooklyn, N. Y.  A. C., 1862-63.
*Bucknam, Henry Clay.  S. of Samuel and Almira (Godfrey), b. Columbia, Me., Aug. 29, 1837.  Prepared Washington Acad., E. Machias, Me.; A. C., 1861-63.  Columbia Med. Coll., 1866; practised Brooklyn, N. Y., 1867-75.  Served in Army of the Potomac, 1863-65.  D. Brooklyn, N. Y., D. 17, 1875.
*Draper, Ebenezer.  S. of William H. and Huldah (Briggs), b. Greenville, Ill., Jan. 14, 1838.  Prepared Pierce Acad., Middleboro; A. C., 1861-62.  merchant, N. Y. Priv., Sergt., Sergt. Maj., Adj. 40th Mass. Vols., 1862-65.  D. Wrentham, Aug. 23, 1877.
*Fisher, George.  S. of Willard and Betsey Richardson (Wheeler), b. Franklin, N. 25, 1839.  M. A. (hon.), A. C., 1890.  Prepared Kimball Union Acad., N. H.; Brown, 1861, 1863-64; A. C., 1862.  Studied theology with Rev. Joseph Cary, Waterford, N. Y.; ordained priest Prot. Episc. Ch. Je. 12, 1870; asst. rector Saratoga Springs, N. Y., 1868-69; Albany, N. Y., 1869-71; rector Stockport, N. Y., 1871-; St. John's Ch., Ashfield and miss'y to Emmanuel Memorial Ch., Shelburne Falls, 1895-98; rector Ch. of the Messiah, Woods Hole, 1899.  Ch. George G. (A. C. 1893).  D. Cambridge, Jan. 12, 1926.
*Gray, Edward Payson.  S. of Nathaniel and Emeline A. (Hubbard), b. N. Y. City, May 3, 1842.  M. A. (hon.), A. C., 1869.  Prepared Amherst; A. C., 1861-62.  Business coll. Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1865-66; general agent Phoenix Mutual Insurance Co. for the Pacific coast, 1867-75; stockbroker San Francisco, Cal., 1875-78; contractor, 1878-1911.  Priv., Sergt. 1st Regt. Mass. Cav., 1862-64; clerk in Adj. Gen's. office Washington, D. C. and Philadelphia, Penn., 1864.  D. Los Angeles, Cal., N. 25, 1911.
*Green, Porter Woods.  S. of Linus and Esther (Hawley), b. Hadley, Aug. 21, 1842.  Prepared Williston Sem.; A. C., 1861-64.  Eastman's Business Coll., Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1864; in lumber business Cincinnati, O., 1865; agent of Rhoades, Utter & Co., paper manufacturers, Rockford, Ill., 1868-72.  D. Hadley, N. 21, 1872.
*Lawrence, Ellis Andrews.  S. of Larkin G. and Sarah (Andrews), b. E. Machias, Me., D. 5, 1836.  Prepared Washington Acad., E. Machias, Me.; A. C., 1861-62.  Teacher.  D. E. Machias, Me., Mch. 4, 1865.
Maltby, Martin Marshall.  S. of William B. and Abby (Cleveland), b. New London, Conn., Jy. 22, 1840.  Psi Upsilon.  Prepared under private tutor and at Williston Sem.; A. C., 1861-64.  In life and fire insurance business, N. Y. and Cleveland, O.  Sergt. 10th U. S. Inf.  D. Las Vegas, N. M., May 26, 1886.
*McEwen, Robert.  S. of Lafayette and Frances J. (Marshall), b. Fleming Co., Ky., Jy. 3, 1845.  Prepared L. J. Dudley's Collegiate Institute, Northampton; A. C., 1861-62; Yale.  Grad. N. Y. Dental Coll., 1870; practised N. Y. City, 1870-.
*Pelton, John Woodruff.  S. of Charles M. and Parthenia (Jones), b. Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Aug. 31, 1843.  Prepared Dutchess Co. Acad., Poughkeepsie, N. Y.; A. C., 1861-62.  Manufacturer of carpeting and pins, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1863-1912.  D. Poughkeepsie, N. Y., F. 20, 1912.
*Pope, John Thomas.  S. of Henry and Lydia (Sturtevant), b. Halifax, Je. 18, 1842.  Prepared Williston Sem.; A. C., 1861; grad. Brown, 1865.  Albany Law School, 1866; practised law N. Y. City, 1866-74.  D. Jersey City, N. Y., Mch. 12, 1874.
*Scruton, Albert Field.  S. of Tobias R. and Asenath (Witherell), b. Sporingvale, Me., Mch. 28, 1841.  Prepared Lewiston (Me.) Sem. and Lawrence H. S.; A. C., 1861.  Med. Coll., Harvard, 1867; practised Lawrence, 1867-69.  D. Jan. 16, 1869.
Sears, Edward Bradford.  S. of Charles O. and Sophia F. (Ingram), b. New Salem, O. 6, 1845.  Prepared with R. B. Hubbard, Amherst; A. C., 1861-62.  In business; agent N. L. N. R. R., Norwich (Conn.) and Miller's Falls, 1872-75; Amherst, 1875-.
*Weaver, Albert Henry.  S. of Thomas J. and Mary G. (Nichols), b. Wales, Mch. 25, 1835.  Prepared Literary Institute, Suffield, Conn. and Monson Acad.; A. C., 1861.  Prin. No. Brookfield H. S., taught W. Brookfield, 1882-83; Leicester, 1883-89; Ludlow, and Union, Conn.; woolen business, Wales.  D. Palmer, Ap. 21, 1923.  S. Harry B. (A. C. ex 1894).
*Wells, Thaddeus Coleman.  S. of Noah G. and Esther N. (Coleman), b. Attica, N. Y., F. 9, 1843.   Prepared Power's Institute, Barnstable and privately at Greenfield, A. C., 1861-62.  D. Greenfield, Mch. 14, 1865.

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