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mem. Am. LTnitarian Assn., Pres. bd. of trustees
Howard Sem., trustee and rec sec. Old Bridge-
water Hist. Soc; chmn. bd. trustees West Bridge-
water Pub. Library. Past Master of Paul Dean
Lodge. A.F. & A.M., North Easton. and Past Dis-
trict Deputy Grand Master, 29th ISIasonic Dist. of
Mass.; Past Chancellor Commander, Howard
Lodge, and representative to Grand Lodge, Knights
of Pythias; Past Master and Treas. West Bridge-
water Grange. Coinpiler and Editor: 250th Anni-
versary of Ancient Bridgewater, 1906; (volume)
"In Memoriam," of Hon. Francis Edward Howard,
1902; (brochure) Outlines of History for Unity
Clubs, 1887; Essay on Emanuel Swedenborg (in
Unitarian for Oct., 1908). Address: West Bridge-
water, Mass.

MAGNUS, Max, educator; b. N.Y. City, Jan. 31,
1869: s. Samuel and Henrietta (Hirsch) Magnus;
ed. grammar schs.. New York, and high sch., Bos-
ton; m. Blanche Adeline Bradlev, of Providence,
R.I., Nov. 3, 1910. Founded, 1897, The Magnus
Sch., bookkeeping and shorthand, of whicli is prin.
and propr. Mem. Eastern Commercial Teachers'
Assn., Nat. Commercial Teachers' Federation. Re-
publican. Odd Fellow. An earnest advocate of "Do
it for Providence." Home: 118 Miller Av. Office:
Stein.ert Bldg., 509 Westminster St., Providence,
Rhode Island.

MAGOUN, Herbert William, college prof.; b.
Bath, Me., Feb. 17. 1856; s. Thomas P. I. and
Maria (Littlefield) Magoun; A.B., la. (now Grin-
nell) Coll., 1879, A.M., 1882: Ph.D., Johns Hopkins,
1890; m. Martha Roberts Mann (A.B., Wellesley,
1885), of Charlestown, IMass., June 8, 1892. Asst.
prin. high sch., Oskaloosa, la., 1879-80; prin. gram-
mar sch., Bath, Me., 1880-1; tutor la. Coll., 1881-4;
fellow in Sanskrit. Johns Hopkins, 1887-8; acting
prof. Greek, Colo. Coll., 1890-1: acting prof. Greek,
then Latin. Oberlin Coll., 1892-5: prof. Latin and
didactics, then Latin and Greek, Redfleld Coll.,
1898-04: now in research work; also lecturer; asso.
editor Bibliotheca Sacra since July, 1908. Mem.
Am. Oriental Soc. Am. Philol. Assn., Archteol.
Inst. America, Phi Beta Kappa. Royal Soc. of Arts,
Boston Congl. Club. Has written about 50 mon-
ographs and papers on metrical, philol.. Oriental,
religious, critical, and other subjects. Address: 70
Kirklaiid St., Camliridge, ]\rass.*

MAGRANE, Patrick Byrne, merchant; b. Chan-
non Rock. County Louth, Ireland. May 17, 1852;
s. Michael and Bridget (Byrne) Magrane; ed. in
old country; m. Mary W. Thornton, of County



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Monaghan, Ireland, Jan. 28, 1877; 11 children,
Paul (deceased), Patrick Henry, Mary (wife of
Ex-Gov. Glynn, of New York), Anna (Mrs. Wil-
liam H. Habberly, of Lynn, Mass.), Agnes Thorn-
ton (deceased), Martha Matilda (Mrs. Charles E.
:McCahilI, of Lynn), Joseph Arthur, Charles Ed-
ward, Adeline Gertrude, Thomas, Francis Thorn-
ton (deceased). Came to America, 1871; started in
Lynn, 1876, practically a stranger, selling pins,
needles, hosiery, etc., from house to house; now
pres. and treas. Magrane Houston Co., dept. store,
Boston; pres. The P. B. Magrane Store, Inc. (Lynn,
Mass.), P. B. :Magrane Realty Co. (Lynn), Lynn
Mfrs.' and Merchants' Fire Ins. Co.; v.-p. Common-
wealth Savings Bank, Lynn; dir. Cosmopolitan
Trust Co. (Boston), Essex Trust Co. (Lynn).
Largest individual taxpayer of Lynn for many
yrs.; mem. Park.Commn., Lynn, 10 yrs.; main con-
tributor and worker for commn. form of govt, for
Lynn; active advocate L^.S. Postal Savings Bank
system, savings bank life ins., elevation of grade
crossings, etc. Pres. St. Vincent de Paul Soc. 12
yrs.; mem. bd. mgrs. Lynn Hosp. 20 yrs.; contbr.
toward Lynn Pub. Library, Roman (jatholic chs.
and schs. for Lynn. Charter mem. Lynn Hist.
Assn. Roman Catholic. ]\Iem. Knights of Colum-
bus. Clubs: Oxford (Lynn). Tedesco Country
( Swampscott, Mass.). Home: 247 Ocean St., Lvnn,
Mass. Office: 1. '.3 Market St., Lynn, and 4 77 Wash-
ington St., Boston, Mass.

MAGRATH, Georg-e Burg-ess, M.D.; b. Jackson,
]Mich.. Oct. 2. 1S70: s. Jolm Tliomas and Sarah Jane
(Herrick) Magrath; A.B.. Harvard. 1894, M.D.,
1898, A.M., 1899; unmarried. House officer, pathol.
service, Boston City Hosp.. 1898; asst. in pathol-
ogy. 1898-05, asst. in liygiene, 1905-7, instr. legal
medicine since 1907, Harvard :Med. Sch.; patholo-
gist to Long Island (Boston), and Carney hosps.,
1898-05; asst. to sec. of Mass. State Bd. Health,
1905-7; med. examiner for Suffolk Co., since 1907.
iSIem. A.M. A., ]\Iass. ]\Ied. Soc. INIass. jNIedico-Lesal
Soc. (pres.), Suffolk Dist. Med. Soc. Clubs: St.
Botolpli. Union Boat, Harvard of Boston. Pres.
N.E. Amateur Rowing Assn.; mem. exec. com. Nat.
Assn., Amateur Oarsmen. Author: Studies in Pa-
thology and Etiology of Variola and of Vacciana,
1904; contbr. to med. jours. Recreations: rowing.
Address: 274 Boylston St., Boston.

IMAHAN, Bryan Francis, lawyer: b. New London,
Conn., May 1, 1S56; s. Andrew and Dora (Dougli-
erty) Mahan: grad. Bartlett High Sch., Xew Lon-
don: studied law in office of .Judge Ralph Wheeler;
LL.B.. Albany Law Sch., 1881. Admitted to Conn,
bar, 1881, and since practiced at New London;
served as pros, attv., postmaster and mavor; mem.
Conn. Ho. of Rep.. 1882-3. Senate. 1911-12 (secured
passage of bill appropriating $1,000,000 for devel-
opment of New London harbor) : mem. 63d Con-
gress (1913-15), 2d Conn. Dist. Democrat. Home:
New London, Conn.

SIAHBB, James J., merchant; b. Springfield,
Mass., May 11, 1850; s. Patrick and Bridget
(Smith) Malier; ed. grammar and liigh sclis.,
Springfield: m. Hannah N. Welch, of Augusta,
Me., June 24, 1875. With Singer Mfg. Co. 12 yrs.;
then engaged as traveling salesman in clotliing
business (North End Clothing Store), Aueusta,
since Nov. 1, 1887. Republican. Catliolic. Grand
master workman A.O.U."W., 1910-12; past grand
regent Royal Arcanum; past grand chief ranger
F. of A.; mem. Kniglits of Columbus, Am. Benefit
Soc, Degree of Honor. Elks. Home: 7 South Chest-
nut St. Office: 73 Water St., Augusta, Me.

MAHBB, Stephen John, M.D.; b. New Haven,
Conn., Apr. 12, 1860; s. IMichael and .Johanna (Gor-
man) Maher: St. Charles' Coll., Ellicott City, Md.,
1875-81; M.D.. with honors, Yale, 1887; post-grad,
work in hosps.. Eng. and Ireland; (hon. M.A.,
Manhattan Coll., New York, 1895); unmarried.
In gen. practice. New Haven, 1888-99; lias devoted
much time to study of tuberculosis in labs, and
clinics since 1900; consulting phys. to St. Raphael
Hosp.; mem. Bd. of Health. New Haven. 2 yrs.
Mem. State Commn., apptd. by Gov. Woodruff, to
investigate tuberculosis conditions in Conn, 1906;
mem. bd. dirs. Gaylord Farm Tuberculosis Sana-
torium, and mem. Tuberculosis Commn. in charge
Of 4 Conn, instns., 1911 — (chmn. 1913 — ). Mem.



many internat., nat, and local med. and tuber-
culosis assns. ; pres. Conn. State Med. Assn.; mem.
Am. -Irish Hist. Soc. Club: Catholic (New York).
Wrote, "Told in the Priest's House," a novelette
which has been widely quoted, describing loss of
life from tuberculosis in Catholic convents; also
various published poems and addresses. Contbr.
to med. .lours. Recreations: European travel. Ad-
dress: 212 Orange St., New Haven, Conn.*

niAIBB, Henry W., clergyman; b. Seneca Falls,
N.Y., Aug. 8, 1866; s. Joseph G. and Mary (Siebert)
Maier; od. pub. schs., Seneca Falls; Hamilton
Coll., 1889; Syracuse U., 1890; grad. Auburn Theol.
Sem., 1893; m. Sarah L. Cheney, of Mvstic, Conn.,
May 24, 1893; 3 children, Leonard C, Joseph
Ward, Henry W., Jr. Ordained Congl. ministry,
1893; pastor Oaks Corners, N.Y., 1893-1900, Sche-
nectady, 1901-7, 1st Ch., New Britain, Conn., since
1907. Trustee Hartford Sem. Foundation. Dir.
New Britain Chamber of Commerce. Mem. Theta
Delta Chi. Address: 33 Lexington St., New Britain,
Conn.

Iiaj\.IIiHOUSB, Max, M.D. ; b. New Haven, Conn..
Feb. 5, 1857; s. Jacob and Caroline (Rosenthal)
Mailhouse; Ph.B., Yale, 1876, M.D., 1878; m. Clara
L. Johnson, of New Haven, 1887 (died 1900); m. 2d,
Celia B. Katz, of Chicago, 1902; 4 children, Grace
(Mrs. Lee S. Berkheim, of Louisville, Ky.), Robert
J., Barbara C, Virginia L. Began practice at New
Haven, 1878; clin. prof, neurology, Yale, 1907 — ;
attending neurologist. New Haven Hosp., New
Haven Dispensary; pres. Conn. Colony for Epilep-
tics, 1910-15. Pres. Nat. Assn. for Study of Epi-
lepsy, 1906-7; mem. A.M.A., Conn. State Med. Soc.
New York Neurol. Soc. Clubs: Graduates', Har-
monie. Race Brook Country. Recreations; golf.
Address: 105 Elm St., New Haven, C^onn.*

IVIAHiIiET, Joseph Henri, clergyman; b. St.
Jolmsbury, Vt., Jan. 9, 1S71; s. George and Julie
(Drouin) jNIaillet; ed. St. Joseph's Coll., Burling-
ton, Vt., Quebec Sem., Seminaire de Philosophie,
Montreal, St. Mary's Theol. Sem., Baltimore, Md.;
ordained as priest of the Roman Catliolic Cli., by
Rt. Rev, J. S. Michaud, D.D., Aug. 24. 1897. Curate
in Milton, Riclamond; resident pastor, Lowell, Vt.,
then Waterbury, Vt. ; pastor East Dorset, Vt., with
Darby, Wallingford and South Dorset as missions;
now at Woodstock, Vt. Republican. Elk. Address;
Woodstock, Vt.

MAIN, Charles Thomas, engineer; b. Marble-
head, Mass., Feb. 16, 1856: s. Thomas, Jr., and
Cordelia (Reed) Main; S.B., Mass. Inst. Tech.,
1876; m. Elizabetli F. Appleton, of Somerville,
Mass., Nov. 14, 1883; 3 children, Charles Reed,
Alice Appleton. Tlieodore. Asst. in Mass. Inst.
Tech., 1876-9; draftsman, Manchester Mills, N.H.,
1879-80; engr., 1881-91, asst. supt., 1885-6, supt.,
1886-91, Lower Pacific Mills, Lawrence, Mass.;
engr. and designer of industrial plants, Boston,
since 1891. Term mem. corpn. Mass. Inst. Tecli.
Mem. Bd. of Aldermen. Lawrence, 1887-9, also
trustee Pub. Librarv, 1888-9, and mem. Sch. Com.,
1890; mem. Water Bd., Winchester, 1894-05. Mem.
Am. Soc. C.E., Am. Soc. Mecli. Engrs., Boston Soc.
Civ. Engrs. (ex-pres.), Nat. Cotton Mfrs.' Assn.,
N.E. Water Works Assn., Soc. of Arts. Republican.
Conglist. Clubs: Excliange, Engineers'. Recrea-
tions: country life. Home: 14 Herrick St., Win-
chester, ]Mass. ; (summer) Asliland, N.H. Office:
201 Devonshire St., Boston.*

MAKBBVBB, Madison Melville, mining; b. near
Rensselaer, Ind.. Sept. 9, 1869: s. Madison and
Harriet (Ivers) Makeever; ed. pub. schs. and Val-
paraiso (Ind.) State Normal Sch. and Business
Inst.; read law at Osceola, Neb.; unmarried. Ad-
mitted to Neb. bar, 1890, practiced in Osceola until
1891; removed to Denver, Colo., continuing in prac-
tice 12 yrs.; since engaged in mining business with
brotliers, John L. and Sanford, under name of
Makeever Brothers; deals principally in Mexican,
IMont. and Alaska properties, with offices in Phila.,
Pittsburgli, New York and Boston. Democrat.
Clubs: Boston City, Winthrop Yacht. Recreations:
motoring, swimming. Home: 106 ^lorningside
Drive, New York. Office: 170 Broadway, New York,
and Journal Bldg., Boston.



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MAKEFEACi:, David E., mfr. ; b. Norton, Mass.,
June 9, 1848; s. David W. and Abigail S. Make-
peace; ed. high sch., Mansfield, Mass.; m. Myra B.
Johnson, of Attleboro, Mass., 1873. Began with
Horton Angell Co., and continued 11 yrs. ; supt.
Howard & Son, Providence, R.I., 3 yrs.; now pres.
and treas. D. E. Makepeace Co., mfrs. gold and
silver plate; v.-p. 1st Nat. Bank; dir. Attleboro
Co-operative Bank. Mem. Ancient and Hon. Arty.
Co. of Boston. Republican. Unitarian. Mason;
Odd Fellow, etc. Clubs: Pomham (Providence),
"West Side (Attleboro, Mass.). Home: Attleboro,
Ma.'^s.

MAKEPEACE, I.loyd, lawyer; b. Birmingham,
Eng., Mar. 5, 1876; s. John E. and Sophia E. (Bray)
Makepeace; ed. King Edwards Grammar Sch.,
London: came to America, 1887; studied law, Bos-
ton U. Law Sch.; m. Lillian C. Fisher, of Newark,
N.J., Sept. 4, 1912; 1 daughter, Muriel. Began
practice in Maiden, 1897; opened office in Boston,
1897; master in chancery; dir. Maiden Co-operative
Bank, jNIalden Deliberative Assembly. JMem. Mid-
dlesex Bar Assn. Republican. Episcopalian. Ma-
son (K.T.). Club: Maiden. Recreations: motoring.
Home: Maiden, Mass. Office: 35 Congress St.,
Boston.

IVEAKEFEACE, Walter Dunliam, lawyer; b.
Gloucester, Mass., Apr. 27, 1875; s. Rev. F. Bar-
rows and Helen (Viets) Makepeace; descendant of
Thomas Makepeace, Boston, 1630: Phillips Acad.,
Andover, Mass.; grad. Williston Sem., 1892; B.A.,
Yale, 1897, M.A., 1899; LL.B., Yale Law Sch., 1900;
m. Ethel M. Sperry, of Waterbury, Conn., June 19,
1906; 3 children, Roger Sherman, Melicent Porter,
LeRoy McKim. Admitted to N.Y. bar, 1900; prac-
ticed at 48 'Wall St., N.Y. City, 1900-7, since in
Waterbury, Conn.; mem. Makepeace & Ells; exclu-
sive corpn. and counsel practice. Mem. Naval
Militia. Conn. N.G., U.S. Navy, Spanish- Am. War;
formerly mem. Co. K, 7th Regt., N.G.N.Y. ; deputy
coroner New Haven County since 1907. Trustee
Waterbury Associated Charities, Waterbury Y.M.
C.A. Mem. Am. and Conn, bar assns., Nat. Inst.
Social Sciences, Phi Beta Kappa, Chi Delta Theta,
Phi Delta Phi. Republican. Conglist. Clubs: Grad-
uates', Waterbury, Country (Waterbury). Editor:
Banks and Banking (law book), 1905. Recreations:
golf, farming. Home: 161 Prospect St. Office: 720-
726 Lilley Bldg., Waterbury, Conn.

MAIiCOIiM, Georg-e A.; b. ^Veelvs Mills, Me., Jan.
26, 1871; s. Au.!?ustus and Julia J. (Gliden) Mal-
colm; ed. grammar and high schs., China, Me.; m.
Aug. 17, 1890, Minnie E. Jordan, of Burnham, Me.
Formerly in business in Augusta, Me., Lowell,
Mass., Bridgeport, Conn.: was supt. abrasive dept.
Springfield Mfg. Co., Bridgeport, and now part
owner in company; pres. The Malcolm & Talbot
Grocery & Plumbing Co., Inc.; gen. mgr. G. A. Mal-
colm & Co., plumbing and steam and gas fitting;
treas. Malcolm Bros. Republican. Methodist. Home:
Wallingford, Conn.

MAIiI^AIiIEU, Willard Francis, M.E. bishop:
Dec. 11, 1828-Aug. 1, 1911. (See vol. 1909, also
Who's Who in America, 1910-11.)

MAIiI^ARV, B(ayinoiid) De Witt, clergyman;
Sept. 28, 1851-19 — . (See vol. 1909, also Who's Who
in America, 1912-13.)

MAIiIiETT, Wilbert Grant, educator; b. Top-
sham, Me., Apr. 10, 1867; s. Isaac Emery and Mary
(Purington) Mallett; ed. Farmington (Me.) Nor-
mal Sch., 1886; grad. Brunswick High Sch., 1887;
A.B., Bowdoin, 1891; m. Ella Longfellow, of Lam-
bert Lake, Me., Nov. 29, 1893; 3 children, Annie B.,
Emery L., Richard P. Has been connected with
State Normal Sch., Farmington. Me., since 1891.
prin. since 1909; trustee Franklin County Savings
Bank, Farmington Public Library. Republican.
Conglist. Address: Farmington, Me.

MAIiIiETTE, Robert Clark, lawyer; b. Trumbull,
Conn., Jan. 31, 1868; s. Theodore A. and Sarah E.
(Wooster) Mallette; ed. pub. schs. and under pvt.
tutelage; admitted to bar, 1903; m. Bridgeport,
Sept. 30, 1890, Ella A. Phillips. Asso. editor New-
town (Conn.) Bee, 1886-91; propr. Southport
(Conn.) Chronicle, 1891-6; mgr. of a printing office,
Berlin, N.H., 1896-7; mgr. and editor Coos Co. Dem-



ocrat, Lancaster, N.H., 1897-8; pres. and mgr. The
Jackson Print Shop, Waterbury, Conn., 1898-03;
mem. law firm of Spafford & Mallette since 1903;
has resided in Bridgeport since 1890; editorial
writer for several yrs. on Inland Printer, System,
and other technical jours. Republican. Presbyn.
Mem. Commercial Law League America, Bridge-
port Bar Assn., Fairfield Co. Bar Assn., Conn. State
Bar Assn. Odd Fellow; mem. Y.M. C.A. Joint au-
thor: Starting a Printing Office. Home: 974 Iranis-
tan Av. Office: 991 Broad St., Bridgeport, Conn.

MAIiIiEY, Jolin Frank, U.S. collector internal
revenue, lawyer; b. Springfield, Mass., Jan. 29,
1878; s. James and Mary A. (Connelly) Malley;
ed. pub. schs., Springfield; LL.B., magna cum
laude, Yale U. Law Sch., 1902; m. Marion Lang
Coogan, of Pittsfield, IMass., May 12, 1914. Ad-
mitted to bar. Conn, and Mass., 1902; began prac-
tice in Springfield, Mass., 1902; organizer, 1910,
and since mem. firm of Malley & Malley; mem.
Mass. Senate, 1910-11; apptd. asso. justice Spring-
field Police Ct., Feb., 1913 (resigned IMay, 1914);
U.S. collector of internal revenue, Dist. of Mass.,
since Dec. 1, 1913. Democrat. Roman Catholic.
Mem. Hampden County Bar Assn., New Haven Bar
Assn. Mem. B.P.O. Elks, Knights of Columbus,
Catholic Order of Foresters. Clubs: Nayasset, Ox-
ford Country (Springfield); Boston City (Boston).
Recreations: golf. Home: 8 Dwight St., Brookline,
Mass., and 227 Forest Park Av., Springfield, Mass.
Office: 45 Milk St., Boston, and 15 Elm St., Spring-
field, Mass.

MAIiIiOBV, Frank Burr, pathologist; b. Cleve-
land, O., Nov. 12, 1S62; s. George Burr and Anna
(Faragher) Mallorv; A.B., Harvard, 1886, A.M.,
M.D., 1890; m. Persis McClain Tracy, of Chautau-
qua. N.Y., Aug. 31, 1893. Asst in histology. 1890-1,
patliol. anatomy, 1891-2, instr. pathology, 1894-6,
asst. prof., 1896-01, asso. prof, since 1901, Harvard.
Pathologist, Boston City Hosp. Mem. Assn. Am.
Physicians, Am. Assn. Pathologists and Bacteriol-
ogists, Am. Assn. for Cancer Research, A.IM.A.,
Boston Soc. Med. Sciences, Boston Soc. Med. Im-
provement, Mass. Med. Soc, Am. Social Science
Assn. Author: (with James H. Wright) Patholog-
ical Technique, 1897, 5th edit., 1912. Contbr. to
med. jours. Home: 116 Longwood Av., Brookline,
Mass.*

MAIiONE, Dana, lawyer; b. Arcade, N.Y., Oct.
8, 1S57; s. James C. and Mary E. INIalone; pub. sch.
edn. ; student Harvard Law Sch.; m. Margaret
Bradford Robbins, of Greenfield, Mass., Dec. 15,
1908. Admitted to bar, 1881; trial justice Franklin
Co., Mass.. 1890-6: mem. Mass. Ho. of Rep., 1893,
1894 (chmn. Judiciary Com.), Senate, 1895, 1896
(chmn. Judiciary Com.); mem. Rep. State Com.,
1897-05; dist. atty. Northwestern Dist. of Mass.,
1902-5; atty. -gen. of Mass., 1906, 07. 08, 09. 10. Re-
sumed practice, Jan., 1911; dir. First Nat. Bank,
Greenfield: trustee and member investment com.
Franklin Savings Instn., Greenfield. Episcopalian.
Home: Greenfield, Mass. Office: Sears Bldg., Bos-
ton.*

MAIiOKE, William J., lawyer; b. Bristol, Conn.,
Dec. 26, 1879; s. Michael and Catherine D. (Mc-
Kernan) Malone: prep. edn. Bristol pub. schs.;
LL.B., Yale Law Sch., 1900, IM.L., 1901; won Kent
Club prize in debate; unmarried. Has practiced at
Bristol since 1900. Pros, atty.. Town of Bristol,
1905-7; counsel, Bristol and Plymouth, since 1906;
apptd. judge of Police Court, 1907; mem. Conn. Ho.
of Rep.. 1907, 09: corpn. counsel City of Bristol,
since incorporation as city, 1911. Republican.
Dir. Bristol Savings Bank: sec. Pierson Engring.
and Constrn Co. Recreations: exploration, Hudson
Bay. 1910 and 1911. Labrador, 1912 and 1913. Ad-
dress: Bristol, Conn.

MAI.ONEY, Robert S. (See vol. 1909.)

MAIiOKEV, Thomas Edmund, veterinary sur-
geon: b. Georgiaville, R.I., July 20. 1865; s. Michael
and Marv (Coen) Malonev; ed. pub. schs., Georgia-
ville; pvt. tutor, Central Falls, R.I.; V.S., New York
Coll. Vet Surgs.. 1889; m. June 18, 1890, Margaret
M. Connolly, of Woburn, ISIass. In practice in Fall
River since 1889; insp. animals and provisions,
1892-5 and since 1905; vet. advisor Bd. of Health,
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1907, having supervision of food supply of city,
particularly meat and milk; established Fall River
Bd. of Health Bacterid. I^ab.. 1907: mem. Bd. of
Registration in Vet. Medicine, Mass., since 1903.
Mem. Am. Vet. Assn., Mass. Vet. Assn., Am. Irish
Hist. Soc. Club: Boston Citv (Boston). Roman
Catholic. Home: 68 Prospect St. Office: City Hall,
Fall River, Mass.

MAIiTBIE, Theodore Mills, lawyer; b. New
York, Apr. 29, 1S42: s. Pliny S. Mills and Ann T.
(Fowler) INIills; on death of his motlu-r was adopt-
ed by Alonzo J. Maltbie; ed. common schs. and
acad., Norfolk; studied law in office of William
K. Peck, Norfolk, and admitted to bar of Superior
Ct., Conn., 1S63; m. Louise Jewett, of Granby,
Conn., June 10, 1S67; 2 children, Anna Louise,
William I\Iills (Yale, 1901; mem. Conn, legislature,
1913; executive- sec. ; asst. state's atty. Hartford
Co.). Practiced law as partner of Edmund Hol-
comb, 1S63-7; acting deputv ins. commr. of Conn.,
1S70-S; mem. law firm of Briscoe & Maltbie, 1878-
S2, Case, Maltbie & Bryant, 1887-95, Maltbie &
Maltbie since 1906 (self and son): mem. Conn. Gen.
Assembly, 1870. 74. 78, Senate, 1884, 85. Republi-
can. Conglist. Mem. Am. Bar Assn. Home: Gran-
by. Conn. Office: 3 Asylum St., Hartford, Conn.

MAIiVERIT, Iiewis, clergyman; b. Cheltenham,
Eng., June 9, 1846; s. Thomas and Elizabeth
(Lewis) ^Malvern; ed. schs. in Cheltenham; came
to America, 1871; grad. New Hampton (N.H.) Lit.
and Bibl. Instn.. 1874: (D.D., Bates. 1903); m. Mary
Brindley, of Derby, Eng., Aug. 13, 1874; 1 daughter,
Mary E. A. Commenced in England as a licensed
preacher, Sept. 15, 1867; came on a visit to America
and was asked to preach: ordained to ministry
Free Bapt. Ch., Bristol, N.H., June 3, 1874; pastor
Laconia. N.H., nearly 20 yrs., Manchester, 3 yrs.,
Portland, Me., nearly 10 yrs.. Lynn, Mass.. 1906-13,
Peabody, since May, 1913. Trustee New Hampton
Lit. and Bibl. Instn. Republican. Asso. mem.
Bosworth Post No. 2, G.A.R., Portland, Me. Mason;
mem. Odd Fellows (past grand rep.), K. of P.,
A.O.U.W., Good Templars, etc. Address: 73 Bar-
tholomew St.. Peabody, IMass.

MAXTAKAIT, Ernest, merchant: b. Boston, June
26, 18S2: s. of Thomas S. and Ellen T. (Slattery)
Manahan; ed. Boston English High Sch., class of
1901; m. Christina J. Murdock. of Maiden, Mass.,
June 22. 1908: 1 daughter, Ellen Teresa. Asso-
ciated with family, spring of 1901, as proprs. of E.
T. Slattery Co., importers and mfrs. of ladies'
gowns, millinery, etc., now v. -p. and dir. of same;
trustee Hibernia Savings Bank. Mem. Boston
Chamber of Commerce. Mem. Mass. Charitable
Irish Soc. Served in 1st Corps Cadets, M.V.M.,
1905-8. Democrat. Catholic. Club: Boston Ath-
letic Assn. Home: 189 Rawson Rd., Brookline. Of-
fice: E. T. Slattery Co., 155 Tremont St., Boston.

MANATT, James Irving', university prof.: Feb.
IT. lS45-Feb. 14. 1915. (See vol. 1909, also Who's
Who in America, 1914-15.)

MAITCHESTEB, Alfred, clergyman; b. Ports-
mouth, R.I., Nov. 16, 1849; s. George and Phebe
Taber (Coggeshall) Manchester; prep. edn. Paw-
tucket (R.I.) High Sch.: grad. Harvard Div. Sch.,
1S72: m. Sarah Adelaide Peckham. of Newport,
R.I., Apr. 29, 1873: 2 daughters. Ethel Bradlee
Perkins, Grace Tingley Berry. Ordained Unitarian
ministrv. 1S73: pastor Fairhaven, Mass., 1S73-8,
Olnev St. Congl. Ch., Providence. R.I.. 1878-93,
Barton Sq. Ch., Salem, Mass., 1893-7, 2d Ch. in
Salem, since Oct. 1, 1897. Sec. of Com. of LTnitarian
Ministerial Union on supply of pulpits in N.E.
since Mar. 16, 1898. Pres. Salem Relief Com.; dir.
Asso. Charities, Salem: mem. Masonic Charity
Assn., etc. Past Master Mt. Vernon Lodge, F. and
A.M., Providence, R.I. (now mem. Essex Lodge,
Salem, and hon. mem. Mt. Vernon Lodge, Provi-
dence) ; mem. What Cheer Lodge, I.O.O.F., Prov-
idence, also Narragansett Encampment: past chap-
lain Grand Lodge. I.O.O.F. of R.T. Republican.
Author: In Memoriam. C. D. Bradlee, D.D., 1897.
Address: 15 Forrester St., Salem, Mass.

MANCHESTER, Herbert Alonzo, clergyman;
moved to Rio de Janeiro, South America. (See vol.
1909.)



MANCHESTER, Hiram Levi, M.D.; b. Hampton,
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Eveline Lois (Shaw) Manchester; ed. Castleton
(Vt.) Sem.; U. of Vt. Mod. Dept.; M.D., Univ. :\Ied.
Coll. (New York U.), 1879; m. July 8, 1879, Flora
Annis Bartholomew, of Whitehall, N.Y. In practice
at Pawlet, Vt., since 1879; mem. U.S. Pension Ex-
amining Bd.; mem. Vt. Ho. of Rep., 1894, Senate,
1896; chmn. Sch. Bd., Pawlet, since 1897. Mem.
A.M.A., Vt. State Med. Soc, Rutland County Med.
Soc. Republican. Conglist. Mason (K.T.). Ad-
dress: Pawlet, Rutland Co., Vt.

MANCHESTER, Irving' Edward, editor and pub-
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1896; m. Brooklyn, N.Y., Nov. 25, 1896, Emily Gal-
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Catharine Eliza, Randall Stuart, Priscilla Voorhis,
Barbara Osmun. While in coll. was business mgr.
Wesleyan Argus and Wesleyan Olla Podrida, class
orator and pres. Citizenship Club; editor Winsted
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Hartford, 1904-5; pres. and treas. Citizen Printing
Co. (pubs. Winsted Evening Citizen, Litchfield
County Leader and Winsted Herald), and mng.
editor Citizen, since 1905. Anti-Saloon Republican.
Methodist. Mem. Conn. Editorial Assn. (v. -p.);
mem. Wesleyan U. Alumni Council, 1911-13, and
sec. class of '96; mem. Winchester Hist. Soc, A.O.



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