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Amherst College Class of 1867
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1725. *Ballard, Benjamin Franklin Whittemore.  S. of John and Elisabeth (Simmons), b. Griggsville, Ill., Ap. 15, 1844.

Prepared W. Newton H. S.  Civil engineer Lavernia, Tex., also teacher several years; admitted to bar, Floresville, Tex., 1877; lawyer there, 18(?)-1909; retired.  State and county attorney.  D. Floresville, Tex., O. 29, 1924.

Married S. 12, 1883, Lissie A., da. of John P. Houston, Lavernia, Tex.  Ch. Bessie (d.); Mary; John H.; Gertrude A.; Edith I.

1726. *Barber, George Warren.  S. of Harlow and Lavinia W. (Howard), b. Warwick, D. 3, 1835.  M. A., A. C., 1885.

Prepared Westfield Normal School and Kimball Union Acad., N. H.  Priv. Co. E., 9th Regt. N. H. Vols., 1862-63; Andover T. S., 1867-69; a. p. Greenville and Moose River, Me., 1869-70; chaplain of Nat. Home for Disabled Soldiers, Augusta, Me., 1870-73; ordained Hallowell, Me., F. 26, 1873; librarian and p. m. Nat. Home for Disabled U. S. Vols., Milwaukee, Wis., 1873-86.  D. Milwaukee, Wis., S. 26, 1886.

Married S. 17, 1877, Emma C., da. of Peter Schelette, Boston.  4 ch.

1727. *Board, Joseph.  S. of Peter Seely and Madeline (Conklin), b. Chester, N. Y., N. 9, 1842.  Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Chester Acad., N. Y.; A. C., 1862-67.  In business King & Board, later Board & Bryan, dealers in coal, lumber, flour and grain, Chester, N. Y., 1868-1918.  Member bd. of county supervisors.  D. Chester, N. Y., N. 5, 1918.

Married (1) Je. 3, 1868, Josephine b., da. of Benjamin Curry, northfield, N. H., who d. Ap. 6, 1869; (2) N. 7, 1870, Hannah A., sister of (1), who d. Jan. 18, 1917.  Ch. Charles (d.); Joseph O.; Helen (d.); Anna T. (Chamberlain); Ben C. (d.); Josephine C. (Johnson).

1728. *Brayton, Edmund Cullen.  S. of Hervey and Anne Cullen (Carpenter), b. Westernville, N. Y., Mch. 25, 1847.  M. D., Jefferson Med. Coll., 1871.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Albany Acad., N. Y.; A. C., 1864-67.  Studied Buffalo, N. Y.; med. coll. Philadelphia, Penn.; practised Whitestown, N. Y., 1871-72; Genesco, Ill., 1872-74; prin. Cobleskill (N. Y.) Acad., 1874-75.  D. Whitestown, N. Y., S. 17, 1875.

Married O. 16, 1873, Cornelia Seymour, da. of Henry Remsen Hart, Whitetown, N. Y.

1729. *Brown, Francis Wayland.  S. of Samuel W. and Sarah F. (Clark), b. May 13, 1840.  Registered from Sheldon, N. Y.  M. A., A. C., 1884; M. D., U. City of N. Y., 1877.

Prepared Wyoming (N. Y.) Acad.; A. C., 1863; B. A., 1884.  U. S. Army, 1861-62.  Grad. Med. School U. City of N. Y., 1877; physician and examining post surgeon Woodbury, Conn., 1877-80; practised Rochester, N. Y., 1880-85; appointed prof. of histology and microscopy Coll. of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago, Ill., 1885.  D. Rochester, N. Y., S. 1, 1885.

Married N. 15, 1860, Lorettie E., da. of Daniel b. Peck, Warsaw, N. Y.  3 ch.

1730. Burgess, John William.  S. of Thomas T. and Mary J. (Edwards), b. Cornersville, Tenn., Aug. 26, 1844.  M. A., A. C., 1870; Ph. D., Princeton, 1883; LL. D. , A. C., 1884; Ph. D., U. of Leipzig 1909; Ju. D., U. of Berlin 1910; LL. D., Columbia, 1912.  Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Cumberland U., Tenn.; Cumberland U., 1863-64; A. C., 1864-67.  In Q. M. service Army of the Cumberland, 1862-64; studied municipal law with Henry Morris, Springfield, 1867-69; admitted to bar, 1869; prof. of English Literature and Political Economy Knox Coll., 1869-71; studied public law and political science Gottingen, Leipzig and Berlin, Germany, 1871-73; prof. of History and Political Science A. C., 1873-76; prof. of Public Law and Polictical Science Columbia Law School, 1876-; dean of the Faculty of Political Science, Philosophy, Pure Science and Fire Arts, Columbia; Roosevelt Prof. Univ. at Berlin, Germany, 1906-07; visiting Amer. prof. Austrian universities, 1914-15; prof. emeritus of constitutional law, Columbia U., N. Y. City.  Trustee A. C., 1888-98.  Order of Prussian Crown from German Emperor; Albrecht's Order from King of Saxony.  Author Political Science and Comparative Constitutional Law; The Middle Period of Amer. History; Civil War and the Constitution; Reconstruction and the Constitution; Reconciliation of Government and Liberty; and other works.

Married (1) Aug. 24, 1869, Augusta Thayer, da. of Thomas Jones, Amherst; (2) S. 2, 1885, Ruth Payne Jewett, Montpelier, Vt.  Ch. Elisha P.

Address, Athenwood, R. I. Ave., Newport, R. I.

1731. *Burnette, Francis Ellsworth.  S. of Harvey and Louise (Pratt), b. Oxford, Je. 4, 1837.

Prepared Nichols Acad., Dudley.  Taught Nichols Acad., 1867-68; Woodstock (Conn.) Acad., 1868-70; Bacon Acad. Colchester, Conn., 1870-76; Putnam (Conn.) H. S., 1876-80; supt. of public schools Attleboro, 1883-85; taught Putnam (Conn.) H. S., 1885-92; Reeds Ferry, N. H., 1892-98; supt. of schools Auburn, Me., 1898-1900; in business with Balch Bros., publishers, Boston, 1900-12.  D. Boston, N. 24, 1912.

Married Mch. 7, 1867, Mary Agnes, da. of John Hascall, Thompson, Conn.  3 ch. John E. (A. C. ex 1897).

1732. Burnham, Josiah.  S. of Samuel and Hannah (Dane), b. Essex, S. 13, 1844.

Prepared Appleton Acad., Mt. Vernon, N. H.  Studied law in Boston, Mexico, Missouri and Jacksonville, Miss.; admitted to bar, Vicksburg, Miss., N., 1871; practised Lexington, Miss., 1872-76; Chicago, Ill., 1876-.  Supt. of public education Holmes Co., Miss., 1872; commissioner for so. district of Miss., 1871.

Married D. 13, 1873, May E., da. of Aaron Cilley, Potter Place, N. H.  Ch. Josephine M.; Walter A.

Address, 1652 Mississippi St., Lawrence, Kans.

1733. *Burnham, Michael.  S. of Michael and Patience (Andrews), b. Essex, Je. 28,1839.  M. A., A. C., 1877; D. D., Beloit, 1887.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover.  Andover T. S., 1867-70; ordained Fall River, O. 25, 1870; p. Central Cong. Ch. there, 1870-82; Immanuel Ch. Roxbury, 1882-85; 1st Cong. Ch. Springfield, 1885-94; Pilgrim Ch. St. Louis, Mo., 1894-1905.  Trustee Wheaton Sem., 1874-90; A. C., 1888-1905.  Hartford T. S., 1888-1905; Drury Coll., Mo., 1895-1905; director Chicago T. S., 1896-1904; president Mo. Home Miss'y Soc., 1897-98, 1901-02.  D. Alcott, Col., Ap. 15, 1905.

Married F. 8, 1871, Cassandra Vernon, da. of James Washburne, Abington.  Ch. Rev. Edmund A (A. C. 1894); Mary; Margaret P. (d.); James W. (d.); 1 d.

1734. *Carmichael, Henry.  S. of Daniel and Eliza (Otis), b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Mch. 9, 1846.  Ph. D., U. of Gottingen, 1871.  Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Amherst H. S.  Studied chemistry, mineralogy and geology U. of Gottingen, Germany, 1867-71; prof. of chemistry, Ia. Coll., 1871-73; prof. of chemistry and physics Bowdoin, 1873-86; assayer for state of Me., 1876-; prof. of chemistry Me. Med. School, 1872-86; lecturer M. I. T., 1899, 1901; expert in patent cases, metallurgist, inventor of machines and processes in general use, Boston.  D. Malden, Jan. 28, 1924.

Married Je. 12, 1877, Annie D., da. of Charles O. Cole, Portland, Me.

1735. *Clark, Jefferson.  S. of Amassa Ford and Belinda (Ward), b. Glover, Vt., O. 3, 1846.  LL. B., Columbia, 1868.  Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Orleans Liberal Institute and Newbury Sem., Vt.; Wesleyan, 1863-64; A. C., 1864-67.  Studied law with Columbia, 1867-68; prin. Needham H. S., 1868-70; admitted to bar, Washington, D. C., May 2, 1870; practised Washington, D. C., 1870-71; N. Y. City, 1871-1918; in firm of Steele and Clark, 2 yrs.; of Clark and Sanborn, 7 yrs.  D. N. Y. City, D. 14, 1918.

Married N. 17, 1885, Cynthia H., da. of Hiram C. Bennett, N. Y. City.

1736. *Cobb, William Henry.  S. of Leander and Julia Ann (Scribner), b. Rochester, Ap. 2, 1846.  D. D., A. C., 1892.  Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Marion.  Taught Wilminton, Del., 1867-69; Princeton T. S., 1869-70; Andover T. S., 1870-72; ordained Chiltonville (Plymouth), S. 18, 1872; p. there, 1872-76; a. p. Medfield, 1876-78; p. Uxbridge, 1878-87; librarian Cong. Ch. Library Boston, 1887-1923; also asst. treasurer Amer. Cong. Assoc., Boston.  Ed. The Bible as Literature; author Criticism of Systems of Hebrew Metro; The Meaning of Christian Unity.  D. Newton Centre, May 1, 1923.

Married O. 30, 1872, Emily Wollaston, da. of William b. Wiggins, Hinton, W. Va.  Ch. Annie E.; Charles W. (A. C. 1897); Edward S. (A. C. 1900); William E. (d.); Mary B.

1737. *Converse, James Blanchard.  S. of James Cogswell and Sarah Ann (Peabody), b. Boston, F. 17, 1846.  Chi Psi.

Prepared Boston Latin School; Harvard, 1863-64; A. C., 1864-67.  With Harding, Gray and Dewey, Boston, 1868-69; corresponding clerk Nat. Tube Works Co., E. Boston, 1869-73; purchasing agent Nat. Tube Works Co., McKeesport, Penn., 1873-83.  D. Los Angeles, Cal., D. 24, 1883.

Married S. 17, 1874, Louise K., da. of William Dunshee, McKeesport, Penn.  1 ch.  Converse Memorial Library (A. C.) given in his memory by his brother Edmund Cogswell, 1916.  (Portrait in possession of A. C.).

1738. *Curtiss, Samuel Ives.  S. of Samuel Ives and Eliza (Ives), b. Union, Conn., F. 5, 1844.  Ph. D., U. of Leipzig, 1876; Licentiate of Theology, Berlin U., 1878; D. D.[,] Ia. Coll., 1878; A. C., 1881; Chicago T. S., 1903.  Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Monson Acad.; A. C., 1862, 1865-67.  Union T. S., 1867-70; licensed to preach by Presbytery of N. Y., O., 1870; in Alexander Mission of Dr. John Hall's Ch. N. Y. City, 1869-72; ordained by Presbytery of N. Y., Je. 8, 1874; helped est. Amer. Chapel, Leipzig; p. there, 1874-78; attended lectures Leipzig, 1874-78; prof. of Biblical Literature Chicago T. S., 1878-79; prof. of Old Testament Literature and Interpretation, Chicago T. S., 1879-1904.  Author The Levitical Priests; Ingersoll and Moses; Primitive Semitic Religions Today and other works; trans. Bickell's Outlines of Hebrew Grammar; Delitzsch's Messianic Prophecies; Old Testament History of Redemption; an ed. Bibliotheca Sacra, 1882.  D. London, Eng., S. 22, 1904.

Married May 10, 1870, Mrs. Laura W. Sessions, da. of Harvey Walker, Mashapaug, Conn.  Ch. Paul (d.); Pauline; John; Victor (d.).  Bro George (A. C. 1860).

1739. *Danforth, Galen Bancroft.  S. of Nathaniel and Elouisa P. (Martin), b. E. Boston, D. 3, 1846.  M. D., U. City of N. Y., 1871.

Prepared Chathan H. S.  Studied med. Edinburgh, Scotland, 1867-70; miss'y-physician Amer. Presb. Bd. of Missions Tripoli, Syria, 1871-75.  D. Tripoli, Jy. 9, 1875.

Married D. 25, 1871, Emily R., da. of Rev. S. H. Calhoun, Abeih, Mt. Lebanon, Syria.  2 da.

1740. *Earle, Edward Bartlett.  S. of Absalom Bachus and Lavinia R. (Bartlett), b. Colesville, N. Y., Jy. 20, 1845.  M. A., A. C., 1870.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared So. Abington (Whitman) H. S.  Served in 18th Regt., N. H. Vols., 1864-66; member of firm of Swain, Earle & Co., wholesale dealers in tea, coffee and spices, Boston, 1868-1901.  D. Newton, F. 25, 1901.

Married Je. 17, 1873, Julia H., da. of Chandler Bartlett, Amsterdam, N. Y.  5 ch.  Bro. James H. (A. C. 1867).

1741. *Earle, James Hervey.  S. of Absalom Bachus and Lavinia R. (Bartlett), b. Schuyler, N. Y., Je. 11, 1839.  M. A., A. C., 1870.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Delaware Literary Institute, Franklin, N. Y.  3rd Regt. R. I. Heavy Artillery.  Publisher Boston, 1868-1909; p. Baptist Ch., Victor, Col., 1909-10; S. Pomonia, Cal., 1911-18; p. Baptist Ch., El Monte, Cal., 1 yr.; r. San Bernardino, Cal., 1919-22; Huntington Park, Cal., 1922-.  D. Manhattan Beach, Cal., Je. 21, 1924.

Married Je. 29, 1871, Lydia, da. of Chandler Bartlett, Amsterdam, N. Y.  Ch. Mabel B. (d.); Daisy G. (Fish); Eve M.  Bro. Edward B. (A. C. 1867).

1742. *Fairbank, John Barnard.  S. of James C. and Lurana (Robinson), b. Oakham, Aug. 8, 1840.  LL. B., Columbia, 1869.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Monson Acad.; Middlebury, 1860; A. C., 1861-62, 1865-67.  Sergt. 36th Mass. Vols., 1862-63; 2nd. Lieut. 1st Lieut, 1863-64; Capt., brevet Maj., brevet Col., 1864-65; Columbia Law School, 1867-69; admitted to bar, 1869; practised N. Y. City, 1869-70; Winfield, Kans., 1870-75; Oakham, 1875-81; Deadwood, So. Dak., 1881-1908.  Member Mass. legislature, 1878-79; senator So. Dak. legislature, 1896.  D. Portland, So. Dakota, Ap. 29, 1908.

1743. *Fenner, Edward Bela.  S. of Abel L. and Marietta (Russell), b. Henrietta, N. Y., Mch. 10, 1839.  Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Genesee Wesleyan Sem., Lima, N. Y.; Genesee Coll., 1863-66; A. C., 1866-67.  Studied law with Henry R. Selden and H. H. Woodward, Rochester, N. Y., 1867-68; admitted to bar there, Je. 4, 1868; practised there, 1868-1907.  Collector of canal tolls Rochester, N. Y., 1873; commissioner of excise for city of Rochester, 1876-78; district attorney Monroe Co., N. Y., 1876-82.  D. Rochester, N. Y., Mch. 28, 1907.

Married D. 2, 1868, Margaret Virginia, da. of Enoch Taylor, Cattaraugus, N. Y., who d. Aug. 4, 1899.  3 ch.

1744. *Flichtner, George Frederick.  S. of Dr. Isaac and Clementine Stanwood, b. Union, Me., May 11, 1847.  M. A., A. C., 1870.  Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover and with Rev. J. P. Cowles, Ipswich.  Union T. S., 1867-70; ordained deacon Boston, N. 16, 1870; ordained priest N. Y. City, Jan. 7, 1872; asst. minister Ch. of the Ascension N. Y. City, 1870-72; rector St. Barnabas Ch. Newark N. J., 1872-84; sec. Domestic Missions of P. E. Ch., 1884-85; ed. The Churchman, N. Y. City, 1885-88; rector St. Paul's Ch. Englewood, N. J., 1888-1904.  Delegated by House of Bishops to investigate work of Church of Mexico, 1883.  D. Ipswich, Jy. 25, 1905.

Married (1) Je. 19, 1872, Julia Edwards, da. of James Appleton, Manlius, N. Y., who d. S. 5, 1884; (2) 1888, Harriet, da. of Robert H. Thayer, So. Orange, N. J.  Ch. Frederick A. (A. C. 1894); Stanwood E. (A. C. 1900); 2 da.

1745. Grosvenor, Edwin Augustus.  S. of Dr. Edwin Prescott and Harriet (Sanborne), b. W. Newbury, Aug. 30, 1845.  M. A., A. C., 1870; LL. D., Wabash, 1903; Alfred U., 1904; Marietta, 1910; William and Mary, 1913; L. H. D., A. C., 1914.  Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Upsilon.

Prepared Brown H. S., Newburyport; A. C., 1864-67.  Tutor Roberts Coll. Constantinople, Turkey, 1867-71; Andover T. S., 1871-72; ordained Newburyport, Jy. 30, 1872; prof. of Latin and history Roberts Coll., 1871-90; French and literature A. C., 1892-95; history Smith Coll., 1892-94; European history A. C., 1895-98; modern governments and their administration A. C., 1898-1901; modern governments and international law, A. C., 1901-14; prof. emeritus, 1914-.  President United Chapters Phi Beta Kappa, 1907-19; life senator Phi Beta Kappa; member Amer. Antiquarian Soc.; Authors' Club (London, N. Y., Boston); member (president, 1889) Soc. of Mediaeval Researches Constantinople, and other societies.  Author The Hippodrome of Constantinople; Constantinople; Permanence of the Greek Type; Contemporary History; and other works; ed. and trans. several works.

Married O. 23, 1873, Lilian Hovey, da. of Asa H. Waters, Millbury.  Ch. Asa W. (A. C. 1898); Gilbert H. (A. C. 1897); Edwin P. (A. C. 1897); Harriet S. (d.).

Address, 7 College St., Amherst.

1746. *Herrick, Dwight Stiles.  S. of John and Fidelia (Stiles), b. Chicopee Falls, D. 12, 1845.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Williston Sem.  Taught classics Peekskill Military Acad., N. Y., 1867-70; studied law with Edward Wells, Peekskill, N. Y.; admitted to bar Brooklyn, N. Y., D. 15, 1870; practised Peekskill, N. Y., 1870-1908.  D. Peekskill, N. Y., May 9, 1908.

Married D. 6, 1871, Sarah Frances, da. of John Simpson, Peekskill, N. Y.  4 ch.  John R. (A. C. 1901).

1747. *Hibbard, Charles Edmund.  S. of Isaac L. and Mary G. (Sargent), b. Famington Falls, Me., Mch. 15, 1844.  Chi Psi.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover; Middlebury, 1863-64; A. C., 1864-67.  Studied law with William Collamer, Woodstock, Vt., while teaching there, 1867-69; admitted to bar Boston, Ap. 21, 1869; practised Tama City, Ia., 1869-73; Boston, 1874-81; Lee, 1881-87; Pittsfield, 1887-1922, member firm Hibbard and Hibbard.  Mayor Pittsfield, 1891; district attorney, 6 yrs.; member Mass. Constitutional Convention, 1917; president Mass. Bar Assoc., 1917; Berkshire Loan and Trust Co., Pittsfield, 1907-22.  D. Pittsfield, Aug. 11, 1922.

Married F. 2, 1870, Henrietta A., da. of Sylvester Hayden, Cincinnati, O.  Ch. Charles L.; Frederick W. (d.); Mary P.

1748. *Hill, Calvin Grout.  S. of George and Sylvia (Grout), b. Elmore, Vt., May 10, 1842.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Medway H. S., Phillips Acad., Andover and Wilbraham Acad.; A. C., 1864-67.  Prin. E. Attleboro H. S., 1867-69; studied theology in private, 1 yr.; Bangor T. S., 1869-71; a. p. Waterville, Me., 1871-72; ordained Hamilton, S. 5, 1872; p. Cong. Ch. there, 1872-76; Walpole, 1876-81; Milton, 1881-88; Malden, 1890-98; Milton, 1898-1907.  D. Milton, O. 11, 1907.

Married D. 1,1868, Mary A. B., da. of Gustavus A. Reed, Rehoboth.  1 s., 1 da.

1749. *Horton, William Edgar.  S. of William and Ansaline (Tucker), b. Canton, Mch. 12, 1844.  Chi Psi.

Prepared English and Classical School, Foxboro and Stoughtonham Institute, Sharon.  Taught, 1867-69; prin. Foxboro H. S., 1869-1910.  D. Boston, Je. 24, 1912.

Married (1) O. 26, 1870, Clementine M., da. of Benjamin F. Clarke, Stoughton, who d. Mch. 9, 1878; (2) Jan. 5, 1888, Alice M., sister of (1).  Ch. William E. (d.); Franklin P.; Ralph T.

1750. *Hubbard, Albert Wells.  S. of Chauncey P. and Mary (Wells), b. Cameron, N. Y., O. 18, 1841.

Prepared Alfred U., N. Y.; A. C., 1864-67.  Princeton T. S., 1867-70; ordained Dellsburg, Penn., May 1, 1870; p. there, 1870-73; miss'y of A. B. C. F. M. Sivas, Western Turkey, 1873-99.  D. Sivas, Turkey, Ap. 13, 1899.

Married Aug. 25, 1873, Emma Roxana da. of Judge Spencer, Corning, N. Y.  8 ch.  Crescens, Ray (both A. C. 1900); Hugh W. (A. C. 1908); Theodore H. (A. C. 1914).

1751. *Lyman, Payson Williston.  S. of Daniel Franklin and Eunice Strong (Ferry), b. Easthampton, F. 28, 1842.  Phi Beta Kappa.

Prepared Williston Sem.; A. C., 1864-67.  Union T. S., 1867-70; ordained Belchertown, May 10, 1871; p. there, 1871-87; Fowler Ch. Fall River, 1869-1914; editorial writer Fall River Daily News, 25 yrs.; editor, 1914-.  Member Mass. legislature, 1888; trustee State Infirmary and State Farm, 20 yrs.; Monson Acad., 1884-; president of bd. 30 yrs.; president Mass. Civic Alliance, 1915-.  D. Brookline, Ap. 15, 1924.

Married Aug. 6, 1873, Caroine Eliza, da. of Harrison Root, Belchertown; who d. Ap. 2, 1907.  Ch. Annie A. (d.); Harrison F. (A. C. 1898); Bertha H. (Reynolds) (d.); Elihu R.

1752. *Maltbie, Seth Waldo.  S. of Daniel and Esther Gilbert (Tappan), b. Southington, O., May 19, 1840.

Prepared Prep. Dept. Oberlin Coll., O.; Oberlin, 1862-63; A. C., 1864-67.  Capt. U. S. A., 1863-64; disciplinarian Cheshire Military Acad., Conn., 1867-68; supt. of public schools Princeton, Ill., 1868-69; Geneseo, Ill., 1869-73; prin. Oshkosh (Wis.) H. S., 1874-75; teacher and sec. Fraternal Insurance Co., Montour, Ia., 1875-85; Des Moines, Ia., 1885-1902; manager of agencies building and Loan Assoc., Lordsburg, N. M., 1902-11; supt. mining co., Los Angeles, Cal., 1911-17.  D. Los Angeles, Cal., N. 23, 1917.

Married Aug. 15, 1867, Rizpah Stetson, da. of William Boltwood, Amherst, who d. N. 21, 1910.  Ch. Ralph W.; Edith B. (d.); Mildred N. (d.).

1753. March, Frederick William.  S. of Rev. Daniel (A. C. ex 1838) and Jane Parker (Gilson), b. Cheshire, Conn., Mch. 6, 1847.  B. D., Princeton T. S., 1873.  Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared with father.  Taught Williston Sem., 1867-68; Lebanon, Pen., 1868-70; Princeton T. S., 1870-72; licensed to preach, Ap., 1872; miss'y Presb. Bd. Zahleh, Syria, 1873-83; Tripoli, Syria, 1883-1905; Beirut, Syria, 1905-.  Author Arabic Commentary on Ruth--Chronicles; Commentary on Isaiah.

Married S. 13, 1880, Jennie Grant, da. of Dr. Thomas Hill, Newton.   Ch. Arthur W.; Elizabeth H. (Freidinger); Ernest F.; Amy G. (Forman); Alice N. (Martin); Harold M.  Bro. Daniel (A. C. 1865); Charles A. (A. C. ex  1870).

Address, Amer. Press, Beirut, Syria.

1754. Mead, William Rutherford.  S. of Larkin G. and Mary J. (Noyes), b. Brattleboro, Vt., Aug. 20, 1846.  M. A., Norwich U.; LL. D., A. C., 1902; Dr. of Fine Arts, U. of Penn., 1921.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Norwich U. and with Profs. Mather and Montague, Amherst.  Studied architecture with Russell Sturgis, Jr., Boston and Europe, 1867-72; in firm, McKim, Mead and White, N. Y. City, 1879-.  Member Amer. Acad. Arts and Letters; fellow Amer. Institute of Architects; president Amer. Acad. in Rome; National Academician, 1910.  Gold medal of honor Nat. Institute of Arts and Letters.

Married N. 13, 1883, Olga Kilenyi, Budapest, Hungary.

Address, 101 Park Ave., N. Y. City.

1755. *Merrill, Cyrus Strong.  S. of Edward Henry and Sarah Wilson (Strong), b. Bridport, Vt., S. 21, 1847.  M. A., A. C., 1870; M. D., Columbia, 1871.  Chi Psi.

Prepared Newton Acad., Vt. and with Rev. C. C. Harris, Middlebury, 1863-65; A. C., 1865-67.  Prin. Warrensburg Acad., N. Y., 1867-68; Columbia Med. Coll., 1868-71; resident surgeon Brooklyn Eye and Ear Hospital, 1871-72; ophthalmic service hospitals in Zurich, Switzerland and Vienna, 1872-74; ophthalmic surgeon St. Peter's Hospital Albany, N. Y. and Troy Hospital, N. Y., 1874-; prof. of ophthalmology Albany Med. Coll., 1876-; ophthalmic and aural surgeon Albany Hosopital and the Child's Hospital, 1876-.  President Ticonderoga Pulp and Paper Co.; Frisco Gold Mines Co.  D. Albany, N. Y., Mch. 16, 1926.

Married O. 12, 1875, Mary E., da. of of Stephen Griffin, Warrensburg, N. Y.  Ch. Stephen G. (A. C. ex 1904) (d.); Grace C.

1756. *Park, Charles Ware.  S. of Rev. Calvin Emmons (A. C. 1831) and Harriet Turner (Pope), b. No. Andover, S. 8, 1845.  M. A., A. C., 1870.  Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover.  Bangor T. S., 1867-68; Andover T. S., 1868-70; ordained Amherst, Je. 15, 1870; miss'y A. B. C. F. M. Ahmednuggur, India, 1870-71; Sholapur, India, 1871-74; Bombay, India, 1874-82; sec. Bombay book and Tract Soc., 1874076; p. E. Watertown, 1882-83; Howard Ave. Ch. New Haven, Conn., 1883-85; Cong. Ch. Birmingham, Conn., 1885-94; Unitarian Ch. Pittsfield, 1895.  Author Notes on Philippians, in Marathi language; ed. The Indian Evangelical Review, 8 yrs.; almanac in Marathi, several yrs.  D. Pittsfield, N. 24, 1895.

Married Je. 16,1870, Anna Maria, da. of Rev. Henry Ballantine, Ahmednuggur, India.  1 s., 5 da.

1757. *Peckham, William Clark.  S. of Rev. Samuel Howland and Sarah (Clark), b. So. Royalston, Aug. 13, 1841.  M. A., A. C., 1872.  Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Lawrence Acad., Groton.  Priv. Co. H, 23rd Mass. Vol. Inf., 1861-62; prin. Leicester Acad., 1867-68; taught Williston, 1868-70; licensed to preach, Fall River, Jan. 15, 1873; attended lectures, Union T. S.; taught N. Y. City and at Adelphi Acad., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1871-; prof. of physics, Adelphi Coll., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1896-; member ed. staff, Scientific American, 1897-.  Earliest recognized authority liquid air; studied X-ray.  D. Brooklyn, N. Y., O. 3, 1922.

Married Jan. 1, 1868, Katilena, da. of Edward Whittier, Kingston.  Ch. Clara I.

1758. *Root, Elihu.  S. of Harrison and Caroline (Holland), b. Belchertown, S. 14, 1845.  Ph. D., U. of Berlin, 1876.  Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Williston Sem.  Taught Williston Sem., 1867-69; Andover T. S., 1869-70; instructor in English A. C., 1870-71; studied philosophy and physics, Gottingen, Leipzig and Berlin, Germany, 1871-76; adjunct prof. of mathematics and natural philosophy A. C., 1876-77; Walker prof. of mathematics and ant. philosophy A. C., 1877-80; taught physics Smith Coll.  D. Belchertown, D. 3, 1880.

1759. *Seymour, Frederick.  S. of David Lewis and Delia Ann (Ranney), b. Peekskill, N. Y., Jy. 17, 1846.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Classical and Commercial Institute, Port Chester, N. Y. and Peekskill Acad.  Asst. librarian Mercantile Library San Francisco, Cal., 1868; in iron business with father Peekskill, N. Y., 1868-75; with Davis Sewing Machine Co. Watertown, N. Y., 1875-77; supt. of schools Watertown, N. Y., 1877-93; representative of Moffett, Hodgkin and Clarke of Watertown, N. Y., N. Y. City, 1893-96; supt. of a water development same firm, White Plains, N. Y., 1895-1902; in charge of trolley line between Redwood and Alexandria, N. Y., 1910-12; financial agent Remington Paper Manufacturing Co., 1902-15.  D. Watertown, N. Y., May 12, 1915.

Married Je. 7, 1871, Cornelia Seymour, da. of John Clarke, Watertown, N. Y.  Ch. Charles O. (A. C. 1894); Nan G.

1760. *Shattuck, George.  S. of Samuel and Polly (Ward), b. Ticonderoga, N. Y., D. 21, 1843.  M. D., U. of Vt., 1871.

Prepared Ticonderoga Acad., N. Y.; Middlebury, 1863-65; A. C., 1865-67.  Prin. Cornwall (N. Y.) H. S., 1867-69; Columbia Med. School, 1869-70; Burlington Med. Coll., Vt., 1870-71; practised Bridport, Vt., 1871-72; Nugent's Grove, Ia., 1872-75.  D. Nugent's Grove, Ia., O. 6, 1875.

1761. *Smart, Daniel Stevenson.  S. of Rev. John Gardiner and Anna Maria (Stevenson), b. Baltimore, Md., Je. 28, 1844.  M. D., Jefferson Med. Coll., 1869.  Chi Psi.

Prepared Washington Acad., Cambridge, N. Y.; Middlebury, 1863-65; A. C., 1865-67; Druggist Leavenworth, Kans., 1867-68; Jefferson Med. Coll., Philadelphia, Penn., 1868-69; practised Cambridge, N. Y., 1869-70; ed. The Washington County Post, and Sandy Hill Herald, 1870-72; contract surgeon U. S. A., different posts on upper Rio Grande, 1873-77.  D. Fredericksburgh, Tex., May 15, 1877.  Bro. John G. (A. C. 1868).

1762. *Storrs, Charles Lysander.  S. of John and Melancia (Bowker), b. Holliston, N. 18, 1839.

Prepared Williston Sem.; A. C., 1859-61, 1865-67.  Priv., sergt. 27th Mass. Vols., 1861-62; Capt. Colored Co., U. S. A., 1864-65; assoc. ed Amherst Records, Amherst, 1868-70; ed. and pub. So. Boston Inquirer, 1871-90; r. So. Boston, 18(?)-1909; Soldier's Home, Chelsea, 1909-10.  D. Chelsea, F. 16, 1910.

Married May 12, 1869, Harriet H., da. of Daniel Cowles, Hadley, who d. S. 17, 1886.  3 s.  Charles L. (A. C. 1896); Henry J. (A. C. 1899).  Bro. Samuel J. (A. C. 1860); Henry E. (A. C. 1864).

1763. *Streeter, Solomon Thayer.  S. of Noyes and Mary (Gould), b. Vernon, Vt., May 28, 1841.  LL. B., Columbia, 1869.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Exeter, and privately.  Columbia Law School, 1867-68; admitted to bar, 1868; practised N. Y. City, 1868-90.  Travelled extensively in Europe, wrote and lectured on his travels.  D. Ridgewood, N. J., Ap. 21, 1890.

Married Jy. 5, 1884, Sara L., da. of Robert Vickers.

1764. Taft, Ezra Fletcher.  S. of Ezra Wood and Lendamine Draper (Guild), b. Dedham, Mch. 30, 1846.  D. M. D., Harvard, 1876.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Dedham H. S.  Harvard Dental School, 1868-71; practised dentistry Boston, 1871-; instructor in operative dentistry Harvard Dental School, 1892-1903.

Married Je. 15, 1877, Emma Howe, da. of Theodore L. Brown, Dedham.  Ch. Theodore H.; Fletcher W.; Roger B.

Address, 1306 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge 38, Mass.

1765. *Terry, Cassius Marcellus.  S. of Silas and Mary (Powers), b. Clymer, N. Y., Jy. 21, 1845.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Mayville (N. Y.) Acad.  Union T. S., 1867-70; S. S. Trinitarian Ch. New Bedford, 1870-71; ordained New Bedford, N. 3, 1871; p. there, 1871-72; Plymouth Ch. St. Paul, Minn., 1872-77; S. S. Presb. Ch. St. Augustine, Fla., 1877-78; 1st Cong. Ch. Minneapolis, Minn., 1878-79; with The Geological and Natural History Survey of Minnesota, 1879; asst. in laboratory of U. of Minn., Minneapolis, Minn., 1879-80; asst. state geologist, 1880-81.  D. Minneapolis, Minn., Aug. 18, 1881.

Married May 18, 1870, Emily Hitchcock, da. of Pres. Edward Hitchcock, Amherst.  1 s. (d.).

1766. *Terry, John Calvin.  S. of Rev. Calvin (A. C. 1840) and Mary E. (Brooks), b. Griswold, Conn., D. 26, 1846.  Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Weymouth H. S.  Taught Monson Acad., 1867.  D. No. Weymouth, D. 24, 1867.  Bro. Lyman J. (A. C. 1864).

1767. Terry, Nathaniel Matson.  S. of Rev. James Pease (A. C. 1834) and Catherine Ann (Matson), b. Lyme, Conn., Ap. 6, 1844.  M. A., A. C., 1870; Yale, 1873; Ph. D., Gottingen, 1871; LL. D., A. C., 1917.  Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Upsilon.

Prepared So. Weymouth H. S.  Prin. Belchertown H. S., 1867-69; studied physics and chemistry, U. of Gottingen, and U. of Heidelberg, Germany, 1869-72; asst. prof. of physics and chemistry U. S. Naval Acad., Annapolis, M. D., 1872-73; prof. of physics there, 18730; prof. of physics and chemistry, 1886-1913; lecturer to post-grad. class, 19(?)-17; retired with rank of Commodore U. S. N. in Corps of professors of mathematics, Lyme, Conn., 1917.

Married N. 6, 1878, Frances Augusta, da. of Richard S. Griswold, Lyme, Conn.  Ch. Frances G. (Atkins); Nathaniel M.; Louisa M.  Bro. James (A. C. 1868); Israel (A. C. 1871); Charles A. (A. C. 1879).

Address, Lyme, Conn.

1768. *Tilden, Charles Battelle.  S. of Rev. Lucinus L. and Julia (Ackley), b. Cornwall, Vt., F. 16, 1847.  LL. B., Columbian Coll., 1868.  Chi Psi.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover; Middlebury, 1863-65; A. C., 1865-67.  Columbian Law School Washington, D. C., 1867-68; admitted to bar, Je., 1868; practised in special cases Md. and Va.; one of counsel to assist U. S. Attorney Gen. in revenue law cases; U. S. Pension Office, 1867-70; U. S. Patent Office, 1870-78; asst. examiner of interferences; law clerk to commissioner of patents, 1874; prin. examiner, N. 15, 1874-78; patent lawyer, 1878-1904.  D. Washington, D. C., F. 21, 1904.

Married Jy. 1, 1874, Anna K., da. of John E. Norris, Washington, D. C.  3 ch.

1769. *Tyler, Arthur Wellington.  S. of Wellington Hart (A. C. 1831) and Caroline Eliza (Carpenter), b. Pittsfield, Mch. 14, 1842.  M. A., A. C., 1871.

Prepared Williston Sem.; B. A., A. C., 1870.  Journalist N. Y. City, 1867-70; ed. Meadville, Penn., 1870-71; asst. librarian Astor library, N. Y. City, 1871-76; 2nd librarian there, 1876; 1st librarian Johns Hopkins U., 1876-79; librarian Public library Indianapolis, Ind., 1879-83; cataloguing and classifying Kans. State library and State U. Library, Lawrence, Kans., 1883-85; in charge of organization work Plainfield (N. J.) Public Library, 1885-88; dean of faculty and in charge of executive work Teachers' Coll., N. Y. City, 1888; librarian Quincy, Ill., 1888-92; special cataloguing Columbia U., 1893; librarian Wilmington, Del., 1893-95; Branford, Conn., 1895-98; asst. librarian Carnegie Library Washington, D. C., 1902-05.  Author Studies in the Greek Testament.  D. Plainfield, N. J., Mch. 27, 1906.

1770. *Ward, Samuel.  S. of John and Mary (Kingsbury), b. Newton Centre, D. 31, 1846.  Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Newton H. S.  Stationer Boston, 1868-1917; in firm of Ward and Gay, 1875-86; Samuel Ward Co., 1886-1917.  Trustee Euphrates Coll., Harpoot, Turkey.  D. Newton Centre, N. 22, 1917.

Married (1) D. 10, 1872, Sarah G., da. of Rev. William W. Woodworth, Berlin, Conn., who d. Mch. 13, 1898; (2) S. 18, 1901, Mary C., da. of Rev. Ezekiel H. Barstow, Haverhill, N. H.  Ch. Alice (m. Frank A. Lombard, A. C., 1896); Mary K. (m. Morton D. Dunning, A. C., 1896); Helen A. (Ward).

1771. *White, William Henry.  S. of John B. and Abigail S. (Prentice), b. Grafton, D. 9, 1843.  Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Grafton H. S. and Wilbraham Acad.  Taught Williston Sem., 1867-68; prin. Stoughton H. S., 1869-71; Brooks Grammar School Medford, 1872-76; submaster Boston Latin School, 1876-77; studied history U. of Berlin, Germany, 1877-80; taught Latin and German Worcester Acad., 1882-85; on ed. staff Youth's Companion, 1886-88; taught private school Boston, 1894-96.  D. W. Bedford, Je. 23, 1896.

Married Mch. 17, 1868, Hester A., da. of Hartford Potter, Ashburnham, who d. N. 4, 1894.  1 s.

1772. White, William Prescott.  S. of Michael Graham and Catherine (Dampman), b. Honey Brook, Penn., Mch. 22, 1840.  D. D., Washington Coll., 1892.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared State Normal School, Millerville, Penn.; A. C., 1864-67.  Princeton T. S., 1867-70; ordained Plymouth, Penn., N. 2, 1870; p. Presb. Ch. there, 1870-; Philadelphia, Penn., 1882-; financial sec. Lincoln U.; ed. Presb. Journal; asst. ed. The Westmintster.  Author Home Missions in Pennsylvania; A Historical Character of the 19th Century; other works.

Married (1) Mch. 14, 1871, Mary A., da. of William Reed, Chester, Penn., who d. Aug., 1882; (2) Aug. 21, 1889, Anna Med. Coll., Kena, Washington, Penn.  Ch. John McG. (d.); William R. (d.); Harry G. (d.); Katherine (d.); William McK.; Wray P.

Address, 332 Witherspoon Bldg., Philadelphia, Penn.

1773. *Whitney, Myron Thompson.  S. of Sealand and Sybil (Landon), b. No. Hero, Vt., F. 18, 1840.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Franklin Acad., Malone, N. Y.; Middlebury, 1863-65; A. C., 1865-67.  Studied elocution Boston, 1868; studied law Marshalltown, Ia., 1869-70; admitted to bar, S. 5, 1870; practised Marshalltown, Ia., 1870-99.  D. Battle Creek, Mich., O. 14, 1899.

1774. *Wilkins, William Wilder.  S. of James W. and Julia A. (Gould), b. Peabody, D. 7, 1845.

Prepared Peabody H. S.  Studied law with J. C. Perkins, Brockton and John D. Long, Boston, 1871-72; admitted to bar, N., 1872; practised Brockton, 1873-88; in ranch business Comstock, Tex., 1888-.  D. Little Rock, Ark., F. 6, 1911.  Bro. Frank M. (A. C. 1872).

NON-GRADUATES

*Beaman, John Warren.  S. of Rev. Warren H. (A. C. 1837) and Tabitha (Bancroft), b. No. Hadley, D. 28, 1845.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.  Prepared Williston Sem.; A. C., 1863-64.  2nd Mass. Battery, 1864-65; civil engineer in public land survey of U. S.; mining engineer Lewis, Nev., 1880-; treasurer agent Seal islands, Alaska; in government construction work Greensboro, N. C.  D. Greensboro, N. C., D. 13, 1903.
*Boynton, Cyrus Clark.  S. of Luther G. and Olive M. (Durant), b. Waitsfield, Vt., Aug. 16, 1843.  Delta Upsilon.  Prepared N. H. Institute, Fairfax, Vt.; Middlebury, 1863-64; A. C., 1865-66.  Taught Townshend, Vt.; supt. of schools, 1877-78; prin. Leland and Gray Sem. Townshend, Vt., 1876-80; owner and manager Boynton Teachers' Agency; Boynton Normal School, Los Angeles, Cal.; president Fidelity Savings and Loan Assoc., 1895-1920.  D. Los Angeles, Cal., Aug. 19, 1923.
Brown, Walter.  S. of A. R. Brown, b. N. 15, 1841.  Registered from St. Louis, Mo.  Prepared Wilbraham Acad.  A. C., 1863-66.  Practised law.
*Donnell, James Dickinson.  B. F. 1, 1842.  Registered from Hatfield.  M. A. (hon.), A. C., 1877.  Prepared Bernardston; A. C., 1863-65; grad. N. Y. U., 1869.  Practised law Paterson, N. J.  D. Paterson, N. J., F. 5, 1907.
Drake, James Smith.  S. of James C. and Lepha, b. Bangor, N. Y., N. 22, 1842.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.  Middlebury, 2 yrs.; A. C., 1863-64.  Journalist; president Davenport (Ia.) public school, 1867; ed. Davenport Democrat, and Des Moines Leader, Ia.; Rock Island (Ill.) Daily Argus, 1880-.
Ells, Daniel Swan.  S. of Robert L. and Louisa (Jones), b. Medford, Ap. 22, 1845.  Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover; A. C., 1863-64.  In army, Jy. - Nov., 1864; farmer, and taught Frederica (Del.) H. S., 1874-.
*Fernald, John Prince.  S. of Stephen and Susan (Tibbetts), b. So. Danvers (Peabody), Jy. 27, 1844.  Psi Upsilon.  Prepared Peabody H. S., A. C., 1863-65.  Dry goods merchant Boston and Woburn; member firm Fernald and Sawyer, Peabody, 1880-.  D. England, 1905 or 1906.
Field, Edward Augustus.  S. of Rev. Thomas P. Field (A. C. 1834) and Maria Augusta (Daniels), b. Peabody, Je. 14, 1847.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.  A. C., 1863-65.  Grad. U. S. Naval Acad. Annapolis, M. D., Je. 4, 1869; 1st Lieut. U. S. Navy.
*Foster, George Emery.  S. of Emery Burt and Adeline Daniels (Littlefield), b. Hardwick, O. 27, 1842.  Prepared Wilbraham and Monson Acads.; A. C., 1863-65.  M. D., Columbia, 1868; practised Springfield, 1868-1913.  D. Mt. Clemens, Mich., Aug. 22, 1913.
*Homer, William Bradford.  S. of George F. and Miranda S., b. Brookline, Je. 7,1846.  Psi Upsilon.  Prepared Brookline H. S.; A. C., 1864-66.  Grad. U. S. Military Acad., West Point, N. Y., 1870; 2nd Lieut. 5th Artillery U. S. A., 1870-; Col.  D. So. Natick, Je. 23, 1910.
*Jennesse, Albert Lyman.  S. of N. H., b. Wolfboro, N. H., May 10, 1842.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.  A. C., 1863-65.  D. Aug. 22, 1907.
*Kingsley, Edward Alvan.  S. of Silas and Julia Rachel (Cozzens), b. Buffalo, N. Y., Aug. 23, 1845.  M. A. (hon.), A. C., 1872.  Psi Upsilon.  A. C., 1864-65.  Taught; supt. of schools Port Jervis, N. Y., 1869-71; prin. Lyons Union School and Acad., 1871-72; Grove Hall Sem., New Haven, Conn., 1873-75; Nashua (N. H.) H. S., 1875.  D. 1881.
*Kittredge, Moses Hamilton.  S. of Moses and Caroline (Lord), b. St. Johnsbury, Vt., Jan. 30, 1846.  Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover; A. C., 1863. Boot and shoe merchant Bay City, Mich.  D. Bay City, Mich., 1904.
*Maynard, Elisha Burr.  S. of Walter and Hannah (Burr), b. Wilbraham, N. 21, 1842. Prepared with private tutor Springfield; Dartmouth, 1863-65; A. C., 1866; grad. Dartmouth, 1867.  Studied law in office of George M. Stearns and Marcus P. Knowlton, Springfield; admitted to bar, O., 1868; practised Springfield, 1869-1906; in partnership with William L. Smith, 1870-73; in firm Maynard and Spellman, 1885-.  Member Mass. legislature, 1879; mayor of Springfield, 1887, 1888.  D. Springfield, May 28, 1906.
*Nash, Francis Orlando.  S. of Francis and Phebe C. (Nash), b. Machias, Me., Aug. 23,1843.  M. D., Bowdoin, 1868.  Prepared Washington Acad., E. Machias, Me. and Calais (Me.) Acad.; A. C., 1863-65.  Studied with Dr. Swan, Calais, Me., 4 yrs.; grad. Bowdoin M. S., Brunswick, Me.; Baring, Me., 18(?)-71; St. Stephen's, New Brunswick, 1871-73; surgeon U. S. A., 1871; Hollister, Cal., 1873-78; Machias, Me.; Hollister, Cal.  D. Hollister, Cal., Aug. 19, 1922.
*Page, Henry Moulthrop.  S. of Enoch, b. N. 9, 1842.  Registered from Milford, N. J.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.  Prepared Kimball Union Acad., N. H.; A. C., 1863-64.  D. Mch. 30, 1864.
*Stokes, James Frazer.  S. of Jordan, b. Lebanon, Tenn., Je. 19, 1845.  Alpha Delta Phi. A. C., 1863-66. LL. B., Cumberland U., 1868;  practised law Nashville, Tenn.; member Tenn. legislature; planter, Miss.  D. Ark., 1891.  Bro. William C. (A. C. ex 1867).
*Stokes, William Campbell.  S. of Rev. Levi Buzzell and Hannah Pinkham (Caswell), b. Northwood, N. H., Jan. 3, 1843.  Prepared New Hampton Institute, N. H.; A. C., 1863-65.  Sergt. 18th N. H. Vols., 1865.  D. O. 31, 1865.  Bro. Albert B. (A. C. ex 1868).
*Tasker, Melvin Blanchard.  S. of Clark and Nancy (Kendall), b. New Salem, Aug. 5, 1844.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.  Prepared Phillips Acad., Exeter, N. H.; A. C., 1864-65; Harvard, 1865.  M. D., Harvard, 1870; practised State Industrial School for Girls Lancaster, 1870-74; Fitchburg, 1874-; asst. surgeon 10th Regt. Inf. Mass. Vol. Militia, 1874-75; 10th Regt. Inf. M. V. M., Worcester, 1876-78; city physician Fitchburg, 1877-.  Address, 3 Pleasant St., Fitchburg.
Thompson, Frederick Henry.  S. of Richard and Mehitable (Beede), b. Sandwich Centre, N. H., May 28, 1839.  Prepared Phillips Acad., Exeter, N. H.; A. C., 1863-64.  Practised dentisty and law Sandwich Centre, N. H.; register of probate court, 1876-79.  D. Sandwich, N. H., May 12, 1903.
*Wiggin, Samuel Beede.  S. of Richard and Mehitable (Beede), b. Sandwich Centre, N. H., May 28, 1839.  Prepared Phillips Acad., Exeter, N. H.; A. C., 1863-64.  Practised dentisty and law Sandwich Centre, N. H.; register of probate court, 1876-79.  D. Sandwich, N. H., May 12, 1903.

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