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Manasseh Sevey. b. 27 Oct., 1812, Wiscasset, Me. 1st Texan
Vols., 1836. U. S. Civil Service, Baton Rouge, La. d. 29 Jan., 1863,
Wiscasset, Me.

Daniel Sewall. b. 4 Nov., 1808, Chesterville, Me. Bangor Theol.
Sem., 1835. Pastor, Chesterville, Me., 1836-40; Scarboro, Me.,
1840-42; Topsham, Me., 1842-45; Castine, Me., 1845-53; S. Paris,
Me., 1853-58; Dexter and St. Albans, Me., 1859-61; Dixmont, Me.,
and other churches, 1861-63. Agt., Amer. Bible Soc, 1864-66.
Res., Winthrop, Me., 1864-66. d. 21 Apr., 1866, Augusta, Me.



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Horatio Southgate. A.M., 1835; D.D., Columbia, 1845; also Trin-
ity, 1846. b. 5 July, 1812, Portland, Me. Andover Theol. Sem.,
1835. Missionary, P. E. Church, Constantinople, 1840-44. Miss.
Bishop, Turkey, 1844-50. Rector, Portland, Me., 1851-52; Boston,
Mass., 1852-58; Zion Church, New York City, 1859-72; Ravenswood,
Long Island, 1882. Without charge, Astoria, N. Y., 1872-82, 1883-
94. d. 12 Apr., 1894, Astoria, N. Y.

Henry Gookin Storer. A.M., 1835. b. 12 Nov., 1813, Biddeford,
Me. Bangor Theol. Sem., 1836. Pastor, Milltown, N. B., 1849-52;
Eastport, Me., 1853; Bangor, Me., 1860; Scarboro, Me., 1863; E.
Machias, Me., 1865. Overseer, 1857-66. Res., Scarboro, Me., 1836-
88. d. 19 Sept., 1888.

Henry Ayer True. A.M., 1835; M.D., 1835. b. 10 Aug., 1812,
Union, Me. Physician, Marion, Ohio. d. 14 Dec, 1876.

27 — *27

Class of 1833

Charles Adams. A.M., Wesleyan Univ., 1836; D.D., McKendree
Coll., 1861. b. 24 Jan., 1808, Stratham, N. H. Prin., Newbury
Seminary, Vt., 1834-39. Ministry, Meth. Epis. Church, 1839-43.
Prin., Wesleyan Acad., Mass., 1841-45. Ministry, 1845-52. Prof.,
Hebrew and Greek, Methodist General Biblical Inst., 1847-49. Min-
istry, 1855-58. Pres., Illinois Female Coll., Jacksonville, 1858-68.
U. S. Civil Service, Washington, D. C, 1871-84. Res., Washington,
D. C, 1868-90. d. 19 Jan., 1890.

William Henry Allen. A.M., 1836; M.D., 1847; also Phil. Coll.
Med., 1848; LL.D., Union, 1850; also Emory and Henry (Va.). b.
27 Mar., 1808, Readfield, Me. Teacher, Cazenovia, N. Y., 1833-36;
Augusta, Me., 1836. Prof., Chem. and Nat. Phil., Dickinson Coll.,
1836-46; Mental Philos. and Eng. Lit., 1848-49; Acting Pres., 1848-
49. Prof., Chemistry, Philadelphia Coll. Med., 1847-48. Pres., Gi-
rard Coll., 1849-62, 1867-82. Pres., Penn. State Coll., 1866. d. 29
Aug., 1882, Philadelphia, Penn.

Thomas Parnell Beech, b. 26 May, 1808, Canaan, Vt. Pastor,
Wolfboro, N. H. d. 30 Sept., 1846, Sharon, Ohio.

John Morland Cummings. A.M., 1836; M.D., 1836. b. 31 Mar.,
1814, Portland, Me. Physician, Portland, Me., 1836-78. d. 28 Mar.,
1878.

Charles Duren. A.M., 1836. b. 28 June, 1815, Boston, Mass.
Bangor Theol. Sem., 1839. Pastor, Sangerville, Me., 1841-43;
Weathersfield, Vt., 1843-46; Waitsfield, Vt., 1846-54; Georgia, 1855-
56; Sheldon, Vt., 1856-60; Charleston and Holland, Vt., 1860-62;
Vershire, Vt., 1863-67; Pomfret, Vt., 1867-70; Quincy, Minn., 1870-
72; Granby, Vt., 1874-86. d. 9 May, 1886.

Charles Calvin Farrar. b. 8 Oct., 1808, Waterford, Me. d. 1834,
Franklin, La.

Ezra Bourne Fuller. A.M., 1836. b. 3 Jan., 1807, Vassalboro,
Me. Teacher, Natchez, Miss. Banker, Natchez, Miss.; Trenton, N.
J., 1856-74. d. 14 Sept., 1874.

John Goddard. A.M., 1836. b. 7 Apr., 1813, Portsmouth, N. H.
Hartford Theol. Sem., 1836. Prof., Math, and Nat. Phil., Jackson



1833 Graduates 89

Coll., Tenn., 1836-39. Pastor, Egremont, Mass., 1840-41. d. 4
Nov., 1841, Roxbury, Mass.

Alfred Goldsmith, b. 14 Dec, 1809, Gardiner, Me. Andover
Theol. Sem., 1833-35. Pastor, Great Falls, N. H., 1837-38; Little
Compton, R. I., 1839-44; Princeton, Mass., 1845-49; Walpole, N. H„
1851-53, 1854-55; Whitman, Mass., 1853-54; Peterboro, N. H.,
1857-58; Lunenburg, Mass., 1866-68; W. Avon, Conn., 1868-77;
Hampton, Conn., 1878-81. Without charge, Groton, Mass., 1849-51,
'55-57, '58-66; Farmington, Conn., 1882-84; Newton, Mass., 1884-
87. d. 1 Mar., 1887.

Samuel Harris. LL.D., 1871; D.D., Williams, 1855; A.M., Yale,
1872. b. 14 June, 1814, East Machias, Me. Prin., Limerick Acad.,
1833-34; Washington Acad., E. Machias, Me., 1834-35, 1838-41.
Andover Theol. Sem., 1838. Pastor, Conway, Mass., 1841-51; Pitts-
field, Mass., 1851-55. Prof., Sys. Theol., Bangor, 1855-67. Presi-
dent and Professor, Mental and Moral Philosophy, 1867-71. Prof.,
Sys. Theol., Yale, 1871-95. Trustee, 1864-71. d. 25 June, 1899,
Litchfield, Conn.

Henry James Jewett. b. 10 Apr., 1813, Portland, Me. Harvard
Law Sch., 1834-35. Lawyer, Austin and Galveston, Texas. Judge
of Probate. County Atty. d. 1870.

John Slemons Lunt. b. 5 Sept., 1815, Portland, Me. Lawyer,
Portland, d. 4 Dec, 1870.

Edward Martin, b. 12 Nov., 1814, Limerick, Me. Teacher, d.
1836.

James Means. A.M.; also Harvard, 1846. b. 27 Apr., 1813,
Amherst, N. H. Andover Theol. Sem., 1838. Pastor, Concord,
Mass., 1840-44. Prin., Lawrence Acad., Groton, Mass., 1845-53.
Teacher, New York City, 1855-57; W. Lebanon, N. H., 1859-61;
Auburndale, Mass., 1861-62. Hospital Chaplain, 1862-63; Supt. of
Freedmen, with rank of Captain, 1863. d. 6 Apr., 1863, Newbern,
N. C.

Isaac Palmer. A.M., 1836; M.D., Berkshire Med. Coll., 1837. b.
26 Sept., 1807, Fayette, Me. Physician, Augusta, Me., 1838-39;
North Anson, Me., 1839-80. Maine Senate, 1873-74. d. 28 Feb.,
1880.

Ebenezer Greenleaf Parsons. A.M., 1836. b. 15 May, 1813,
Westport, Me. Bangor Theol. Sem., 1837. Pastor, Freeport, Me.,
1837-51; Derry, N. H., 1851-69. Prin., Pinkerton Acad., Derry,
1869-72; Dummer Acad., 1872-82. Res., Derry, N. H., 1882-1900.
Overseer, 1864-99. d. 19 Apr., 1900.

John Pike. A.M., 1836; D.D., 1866. b. 3 July, 1813, Newbury-
port, Mass. Andover Theol. Sem., 1837. Pastor, North Falmouth,
Mass., 1837-40; Rowley, Mass., 1840-68. Res., Rowley, 1868-99.
Overseer, 1863-87. d. 20 Sept., 1899.

Warren Rundlett. b. 23 Apr., 1811, Newcastle, Me. Lawyer,
Newcastle, d. 21 Feb., 1850.

William Thomas Savage. D.D., Dartmouth, 1868. b. 14 Nov.,
1812, Bangor, Me. Prin., Alfred Acad., 1833-34. Lane Theol. Sem.,
1837. Inst., Hebrew, Lane Theol. Sem., 1837-38. Pastor, Pem-
broke, Me., 1838-40; Amherst, N. H., 1841-43; Houlton, Me., 1843-



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48; Franklin, N. H., 1849-74; Godfrey, 111., 1875-77. Res., Quincy,
111., 1877-88. Overseer, 1873-88. d. 23 Aug., 1888.

Edwin Seabury. A.M., 1862. b. 2 Dec, 1812, Yarmouth, Me.
Bangor Theol. Sem., 1837. Pastor, Newcastle, Me., 1840-48; By-
field, Mass., 1848-49; Lanesville, Mass., 1849-54; Westminster, Vt.,
1855-58; S. Royalston, Mass., 1858-62; E. Falmouth, Mass., 1863-
69; Berlin, Vt., 1870-75. Res., Walpole, N. H., 1875-79. d. 14
June, 1879.

Samuel Howard Shepley. A.M., 1836. b. 5 Mar., 1810, Quincy,
Mass. Prin., Washington Acad., E. Machias, Me., 1836-37. Bangor
Theol. Sem., 1838. Pastor, New Gloucester, Me., 1838-47. Prin.,
North Yarmouth Acad., 1833-35, 1847-50. Teacher, Steubenville,
O., 1850-52; Blairsville, Pa., 1852-74. d. 18 Nov., 1874.

Benjamin Tappan. A.M., 1836; D.D., 1874. b. 26 June, 1815,
Augusta, Me. Bangor Theol. Sem., 1837. Pastor, Hampden, Me.,
1838-48; Charlestown, Mass., 1848-57; Norridgewock, Me., 1858-
86. Res., Norridgewock, 1886-96. Trustee, Bangor Theol. Sem.,
1868-90. Overseer, 1864-87. d. 3 Dec, 1896.

Charles Coffin Taylor. A.M., 1836. b. 16 Feb., 1805, Rowley,
Mass. Bangor Theol. Sem., 1837. Rector, Amesbury, Mass., 1838-
40; Lonsdale, R. I., 1840-44; Ann Arbor, Mich., 1844-53; Kalama-
zoo, Mich., 1853-55. d. 2 Feb., 1855.

George Franklin Tewksbury. b. 14 Feb., 1811, Oxford, Me. An-
dover Theol. Sem., 1837. Pastor, Albany, Me., 1838-52; Benton and
Fairfield, Me., 1852-53; Oxford, Me., 1853-58; Gorham, N. H., 1859-
65, 1868-76; Naples, Me., 1865-67; Casco, Me., 1865-68; S. Bridg-
ton, Me., 1867-68; Lyman, Me., 1876-84. Res., Oxford, Me., 1887-
90. d. 28 Jan., 1890.

Nathan Weston. A.M. b. 28 Feb., 1813, Augusta, Me. Lawyer,
Orono, Me., 1837-46. Paymaster, U.S.A., 1846-47. Maine Leg.,
1848-49. Clerk of Courts, Bangor, Me., 1852-58. Lawyer, Boston,
Mass. Res., Nedham, Mass.; Newton, Mass.; Dorchester, Mass. d.
11 Nov., 1889.

Nathaniel McLellan Whitmore. A.M., 1836. b. 1 Oct., 1812,
Bowdoinham, Me. Inst., Math., U.S.N. Prin., Monmouth Acad.;
Waterville Liberal Inst. Lawyer, Gardiner, Me., 1838-1900. d. 26
Feb., 1900.

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Class of 1834

John Wheelock Allen. A.M., 1837; also Dartmouth, 1869. b. 17
Nov., 1813, Pittsfield, Mass. Andover Theol. Sem., 1837. Pastor,
Homer, Mich., 1838-39; Trenton, N. J., 1839-41; Wayland, Mass.,
1841-49. Missionary, Wis., 1850-53. Pastor, Sheboygan Falls,
Wis., 1853-57; Chesterfield, Mass., 1859-62; Brandon, Wis., 1866-
68. Res., Woodstock, Conn., 1863-66; Ripon, Wis., 1868-71; N.
Woodstock, Conn., 1872-85. Chaplain, 174th N. Y. Vols., 1862-63.
d. 24 Sept., 1885.

John Appleton. A.M., 1837. b. 11 Feb., 1815, Beverly, Mass.
Lawyer, Portland, Me. Editor, "Eastern Argus," Portland, 1839-
44. U. S. Civil Service, 1845-49. Member Congress, 1851-53. Sec,



1834 Graduates 9 1

U. S. Legation, London, 1855-56. Asst. Sec. State. Minister to Rus-
sia, 1860. d. 22 Aug., 1864, Portland, Me.

James Ayer. M.D., 1839. b. 4 Oct., 1815, Newfield, Me. Phy-
sician, Lebanon, Me., 1839-40; Sandwich, Mass., 1840-46; Boston,
Mass., 1846-91. d. 31 Dec, 1891.

Charles Beecher. b. 7 Oct., 1815, Litchfield, Conn. Lane Theol.
Sem., 1836. Business, New Orleans, La. Pastor, Fort Wayne, Ind.,
1844-51; Newark, N. J., 1851-54. Prof., Rhetoric, Knox Coll. Pas-
tor, Georgetown, Mass., 1857-70. Mass. Leg., 1864. Literary work,
1877-86. Res., Florida, 1870-77. State Supt., Schs., Florida. Pas-
tor, Wysox, Penn., 1885-93. Residence, Georgetown, Mass. d. 21
Apr., 1900.

Hamilton Moore Call. b. 29 Dec, 1805, Dresden, Me. Lawyer,
Dresden, 183 7-74. d. 12 Sept., 1876, Lewiston, Me.

Peleg Whitman Chandler. A.M., 1837; LL.D., 1867. b. 12 Apr.,
1816, New Gloucester, Me. Lawyer, Boston, Mass., 1837-89. City
Solicitor, 1846-53. Mass. Leg., 1845-47, 1862-63; Mem. Council,
1854. Trustee, 1871-89. d. 28 May, 1889.

Henry Theodore Cheever. D.D., 1892. b. 6 Feb., 1814, Hallo-
well, Me. Bangor Theol. Sem., 1839. Literary work and travel,
1840-46. Pastor, Lodi, N. J., 1847-48; New York City, 1848-49.
Literary work, 1849-52. Pastor, Greenport, N. Y., 1852-55; West-
brook, Conn., 1855-56; Jewett City, Conn., 1856-61; S. Royalston,
Mass., 1862-63; Fitchburg, Mass., 1863-64; Worcester, Mass., 1864-
73. Literary work, Worcester, Mass., 1873-97. d. 13 Feb., 1897.

John Milton Clement, b. 10 Oct., 1812, Waterville ( ? ) , Me. Law-
yer, Portland, Me., 1837; Lexington, Miss. Dist. Atty. d. Feb.,
1852.

John Huntington Crane Coffin. A.M., 1837; LL.D., 1884. b. 14
Sept., 1815, Wiscasset, Me. Prof., Math., U. S. Navy, 1836-77;
Naval Observatory, Washington, 1844-53; U.S.N.A., Annapolis, Md.;
Editor, "American Ephemeris and Nautical Almanac," 1866-77;
Retired, 1877. d. 8 Jan., 1890, Washington, D. C.

Albert Cole. A.M., 1837. b. 19 Feb., 1809, Saco, Me. Bangor
Theol. Sem., 1837. Pastor, Bluehill, Me., 1837-42. d. 22 Mar.,
1845, Saco.

John Coombs. A.M., 1845. b. 17 Sept., 1812, Newburyport,
Mass. Andover Theol. Sem., 1849-50. Journalist, Newburyport,
Mass. d. 22 Mar., 1891.

Samuel William Dennis. b. 1 Mar., 1813, Litchfield, Me.
Teacher, Philadelphia, Pa., 1834-36. d. 21 Feb., 1836, Natchez,
Miss.

John Calvin Dodge. A.M., 1837; LL.D., 1875. b. 6 Nov., 1810,
Newcastle, Me. Teacher, Eastport, Me., 1834-36. Lawyer, Dam-
ariscotta, Me., 1839-42; Boston, Mass., 1842-85. Mass. Leg., 1857;
Senate, 1862. Overseer, 1872-88; Pres. of the Board, 1876-88. d.
17 July, 1890, Cambridge, Mass.

Elijah Hedding Downing. A.M., 1840; S.T.D., Griswold, Iowa,
1891. b. 19 Apr., 1810, Lynn, Mass. Rector, Kirkwood, Miss.,
1847-51, 1857-66. Missionary, Texas, 1851-57. Rector, Epping, N.
H., 1867-69; Galena, 111., 1869-80. Missionary, Clermont, la., 1880-



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83; Buffalo, la., 1885-89. Res., Davenport, la., 1883-96. d. 2 Nov.,
1896.

Calvin Farrar. A.M., 1837. b. 22 May, 1814, Waterford, Me.
Harvard Div. Sen. Teacher. Proprietor, Hygienic Institute, Water-
ford, Me. d. 6 Jan., 1859.

Luther Farrar. A.M. b. 6 Mar., 1813, Waterford, Me. Harvard
Div. Sch. Teacher, Eastport, Me. d. 15 Mar., 1843, New Orleans,
La.

Samuel Clement Fessenden. A.M., 1837. b. 7 Mar., 1815, New
Gloucester, Me. Bangor Theol. Sem., 1837. Pastor, Rockland, Me.,
1838-56. Editor, Lewiston, Me., 1856-57. Lawyer, Rockland, Me.,
1858-65. Judge, Municipal Court. Member Congress, 1861-63. Ex-
aminer, U. S. Patent Office, 1865-70. Overseer, 1854-67. Res.,
Stamford, Conn., 1870-82. U. S. Consul, St. John, N. B., 1881-82.
d. 18 Apr., 1882.

Cyrus Hamlin. A.M., 1837; D.D., 1854; also Harvard, 1861;
LL.D., 1880; also N. Y. Univ., 1870. b. 5 Jan., 1811, Waterford,
Me. Bangor Theol. Sem., 1837. Missionary, A.B.C.P.M., to Tur-
key, 1838-60. Founder, and President, Robert Coll., Constantino-
ple, 1860-77. Prof., Sys. Theol., Bangor, 1877-80. Pres., Middle-
bury Coll., 1880-85. Res., Lexington, Mass., 1885-1900. d. 8 Aug.,
1900, Portland, Me.

William Brooks Hartwell. b. 13 Nov., 1814, Augusta, Me. Mer-
chant, Augusta. Purser, U.S.N., 1845-49. d. 12 July, 1849, at sea
off Rio Janeiro.

William Burnham Haskell, b. 20 Apr., 1807, New Gloucester,,
Me. Andover Theol. Sem., 1837. Invalid. Res., Boston, Mass. d.
17 Mar., 1856.

Bela Thaxter Hitchcock. A.M., 1870. b. 14 Nov., 1811, North
Yarmouth, Me. Physician and teacher, Mississippi and Arkansas.
d. 5 Apr., 1876, Princeton, Ark.

Theodore Herman Jewett. A.M., 1837; M.D., Jefferson Med.
Coll., 1840. b. 24 Mar., 1815, South Berwick, Me. Physician, S.
Berwick, 1840-78. Lecturer, Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and
Children, 1866-67; Professor, 1867-69. Pres., Me. Med. Assn., 1877-
78. d. 20 Sept., 1878, Crawford House, N. H.

Amos Morrill. A.M., 1864. b. 25 Aug., 1809, Salisbury, Mass.
Lawyer, Murfreesboro, Tenn., 1837-39; Clarksville, Tex., 1839-57;
Austin, Tex., 1857-72. Chief Justice, Supreme Court, Texas, 1867-
72. Judge, U. S. District Court, 1872-84. d. 5 Mar., 1884.

Reuben Nason. A.M., 1837. b. 10 Oct., 1816, Gorham, Me.
Teacher, Clarkson, N. Y., 1834-36; Warren Co., Miss., 1836; Vicks-
burg, Miss., 1837; Hinds Co., Miss., 1838-39; Carroll Co., Miss.,
1839-41. Lawyer, Greensboro and Houston, Miss., 1841-42.
Teacher, Carroll Co., Miss., 1843-45; Aberdeen, Miss., 1846-49;
various places, Miss., 1849-53. Editor, Okalona, Miss., 1853-57;
Mobile, Ala., 1857-74. Res., Mobile, Ala., 1874-86. d. 31 Aug.,
1886.

John Orr. A.M., 1837. b. 2 Sept., 1813, Topsham, Me. Bangor
Theol. Sem., 1838. Pastor, Peacham and Plainfield, Vt., 1839-40;



1834 Graduates 93

Gouverneur, N. Y., 1841-42; Alfred, Me., 1844-67. Res., Melrose,
Mass., 1867-69. d. 25 Jan., 1869.

Charles Henry Peirce. b. 1 Apr., 1810, Winterport, Me. Har-
vard Law Sen. Lawyer, Winterport, 1837-83. Res., Arlington,
Mass., 1883-88. d. 23 Oct., 1888.

Benjamin Proctor, b. 17 July, 1811, Rowley, Mass. Merchant,
Cincinnati, O.; Louisville, Ky. Farmer, Madison, Wis. d. July,
1861.

William Stinson Sewall. A.M., 1837. b. 19 June, 1807, Sanger-
ville, Me. Bangor Theol. Sem., 1838. Pastor, Brownville, Me.,
1839-63; St. Albans, Me., 1863-84. d. 27 Sept., 1884.

Henry Boynton Smith. A.M., 1837; D.D., Univ. Vt., 1850; also
Harvard, 1858; LL.D., Western Reserve, 1864; also Princeton,
1869. b. 21 Nov., 1815, Portland, Me. Andover Theol. Sem., 1834-
35. Bangor Theol. Sem., 1835-36. Halle and Berlin, 1837-40.
Tutor in Greek, and Librarian, 1836-37; Inst., Philosophy, 1840-41.
Pastor, West Amesbury, Mass., 1842-47. Prof., Intel, and Mor.
Phil., Amherst, 1847-50. Prof., Union Theol. Sem., N. Y., 1850-77.
Mem. Amer. Com. for Revision English Bible. Moderator, Presby-
terian Gen. Assembly, 1863. d. 7 Feb., 1877, New York City.

John Duguid Smith, b. 2 Sept., 1813, Gorham, Me. Editor, Liv-
ingston, Ala. d. 29 May, 1836.

Charles Widgery Thomas. A.M., 1837; M.D., 1837. b. 14 Feb.,
1816, Portland, Me. Physician, Portland, 1837-66. d. 28 Mar.,
1866.

Charles Horace Upton. A.M., 1837. b. 23 Aug., 1812, Salem,
Mass. Journalist. Res., Fairfax Co., Va., 1835-63. Member Con-
gress, 1861-63. U. S. Consul, Geneva, Switzerland, 1863-77. d. 17
June, 1877.

Daniel Cony Weston. A.M., 1837; D.D., Trinity, 1867. b. 24
Feb., 1815, Augusta, Me. Lawyer, Augusta, 1837-42. Rector,
Saco, Me., 1854-56; Stonington, Conn., 1856-62; Stratford, Conn.,
1862-73; Madison, N. J., 1873-80. Res., New York City; Washing-
ton, D. C. d. 20 Mar., 1903.

George Melville Weston. A.M., 1837. b. 19 Aug., 1816, Augusta,
Me. Editor, Augusta. Lawyer, Augusta, 1837-42. County Atty.,
1839, 1842. U. S. Civil Service, Washington, Sec, U. S. Monetary
Com., 1876-79. Librarian, U. S. Senate, 1882-87. d. 10 Feb., 1887.

Albert Thompson Wheelock. A.M., 1837; M.D., Harvard, 1838.
b. 10 Dec, 1813, Readfield, Me. Physician, Belfast, Me., 1838-76.
d. 5 Mar., 1876.

Edward Woodford. A.M., 1837. b. 12 Aug., 1810, Portland, Me.
Hartford Theol. Sem., 1834-36. Teacher, Gorham, Saco and Bidde-
ford, Me.; Swampscott, Mass., 1850-62. U. S. Civil Service, Law-
rence, Mass., 1862-65. Clerk, Pacific Mills, Lawrence, d. 26 Aug.,
1906.

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Class of 1835

George Washington Adams, b. 16 May, 1808, Limerick, Me.
Bangor Theol. Sem., 1838. Pastor, Brooksville and Sedgwick, Me.,
1837-39; Hillsboro, N. H., 1840-44; Dracut and Shirley, Mass.;
Jaffrey, N. H., 1853-57; River Point, R. I., 1857-62. d. 9 Dec,
1862.

Charles Edward Allen. A.M., 1838. b. 20 Nov., 1815, Gardiner,
Me. Lawyer, Boston, Mass., 1847-97. d. 26 Feb., 1897.

Stephen Allen. A.M., 1838; D.D., 1869. b. 20 Mar., 1810, In-
dustry, Me. General Theol. Sem. Prin., High Sch., Bucksport, Me.,
1835-36; Gouverneur, N. Y.; W. Poultney, Vt.; Me. Wesleyan Sem.,
1841-44. Methodist ministry, Maine, Waterville, 1844-45; Port-
land, 1845-46; Bath, 1846-47; Augusta, 1847-49; Farmington,
1849-51; Waterville, 1851-53; Agt. Me. Wes. Bd. Education, 1853-
55; Augusta, 1855-56; Winthrop, 1856-58; Agt. Me. Wes. Sem.,
1858-62; Wilton, 1862-64; Kent's Hill, 1864-66; Kennebunk, 1866-
67; Brunswick, 1867-69; Livermore Falls, 1869-70; Farmington,
1870-73; Winthrop, 1873-76; Supt. Industrial Sch., Hallowell, 1876-
78; Presiding Elder, Augusta Dist., 1879-83; Secy., Conference,
1883-87. Overseer, 1860-88. d. 3 July, 1888, Winthrop, Me.

Edward Welch Bailey. A.M., 183 8. b. 10 July, 1815, Wiscasset,
Me. Law student. Invalid, 183 8-85. d. 5 July, 1885, Wiscasset.

Joseph Blake. A.M., 1838; D.D., 1872. b. 20 Jan., 1814, Otis-
field, Me. Bangor Theol. Sem., 1840. Pastor, Cumberland, Me.,
1841-59; Gilmanton, N. H., 1860-78. Res., Andover, Mass., 1878-
88. d. 26 May, 1888.

George Washington Cressey. A.M., 1839. b. 13 Dec, 1810, Row-
ley, Mass. Andover Theol. Sem., 1838. Pastor, Kennebunk, Me.,
1839-51; Buxton, Me., 1852-67. d. 12 Feb., 1867.

Josiah Crosby. A.M., 1838. b. 24 Nov., 1816, Dover, N. H. Law-
yer, Dover, and Levant, Me., 1838-40; Exeter, Me., 1840-45; Dex-
ter, Me., 1845-1904. Maine Leg., 1857, 1863, 1865; Senate, 1867-
68; Pres., 1868. Overseer, 1880-1904. d. 5 May, 1904.

Charles Dame. A.M., 1838. b. 12 Sept., 1810, South Berwick,
Me. Andover Theol. Sem., 1838. Pastor, Falmouth, Me., 1839-53;
Brentwood, N. H., 18 54-56. Business, Exeter, N. H., 1857-7 2. Pas-
tor, Quasqueton, la., 1872-76; W. Newbury, Mass., 1877-81; Ando-
ver, Me., 1881-85; W. Newfield, Me., 1885-86; Eastport, Me., 1886-
87; Phippsburg, Me., 1887-89. Without charge, Falmouth, Me.,
1889-92. d. 26 June, 1892.

Ebenezer Dole. A.M., 1838. b. 23 Oct., 1815, Hallowell, Me.
Prin., Hebron Acad., 1835-36. Bangor Theol. Sem., 1839. Liter-
ary work. d. 7 June, 1846, Hallowell.

Edmund Flagg. A.M., 1838. b. 24 Nov., 1815, Wiscasset, Me.
Editor, Louisville, Ky., 1835-39; Vicksburg, Miss., 1840-41; Mari-
etta, O., 1842-43. Editor and Author, St. Louis, Mo., 1844-53.
Secy., U. S. Legation, Berlin, 1849. U. S. Consul, Venice, 1851. U.
S. Civil Service, Washington, D. C, 1854-57, 1861-70. Journalism,
1858-60. Res., Highland View, Fairfax Co., Va., 1871-90. d. 1
Nov., 1890.



1835 Graduates 95

William Flye. A.M., 1844. b. 25 Oct., 1814, Newcastle, Me.
Teacher, St. Albans, Me., Eastport, Me., 1835-38. Prof., Math.,
U.S.N., 1841-57. Capt., merchant marine, 1857-60. Lieut-Com-
mander, U.S.N. , 1861-66. Business, Georgia, 1866-71. Bank
cashier, Damariscotta, Me., 1872-79. Res., Topsham, Me. d. 12
June, 1898, Ashland, Ky.

Pearson Follansbee. b. 4 Mar., 1808, Vassalboro, Me. Bangor
Theol. Sem., 1838. Colporteur, d. 6 Sept., 1846, Louisville, Ky.

Luke Hill. A.M., 1838; M.D., 1841. b. 20 June, 1812, Minot,
Me. Physician, Biddeford, Me. Asst. Surg., 9th Me. Vols. d. 24
Dec, 1863.

Alexander Johnston. A.M., 1843. b. 20 Dec, 1815, Wiscasset,
Me. Shipbuilder and Surveyor, d. 4 Oct., 1890.

Edward Miranda Emerson Keating, b. 29 Aug., 1816, Portland,
Me. Lawyer, Alton, 111., 1837-57. Mayor. Illinois Leg. d. 9 Mar.,
1857, New York City.

Edwin Leigh. A.M., 1838; M.D., Harvard, 1850. b. 10 Sept.,
1815, South Berwick, Me. Andover Theol. Sem., 1838. Pastor,
Winchendon, Mass., 1841-42; Woonsocket, R. I., 1842-44. Teacher,
Bristol, R. I., 1844-46. Physician, Somerville, Mass., 1849-51;
Townsend, Mass., 1851-54. Business, St. Louis, Mo., 1854-57.
Teacher, St. Louis, 1857-64. Author, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1864-86. d.
9 Apr., 1890, Kerr Co., Texas.

Nathan Longfellow. A.M., 1838. b. 26 Dec, 1804, Whitefield,
Me. Teacher, Vassalboro, Me., Milledgeville, Ga., Scottsboro, Ga.,
1835-44. Manufacturer, Wellesley, Mass., 1844-68. Farmer, Wel-
lesley, 1868-90. d. 11 Dec, 1894, Wellesley.

Thomas Newman Lord. b. 19 Aug., 1807, Newburyport, Mass.
Pastor, Topsham, Me., 1837-42; Biddeford, Me., 1842-51; W. Au-
burn, Me., 1851-62; N. Yarmouth, Me., 1864-67; Kennebunkport,
Me., 1869-70; Limerick, Me., 1870-74; Sanford, Me., 1875-77; Kit-
tery, Me., 1878-79. Without charge, Limerick, Me. d. 25 Mar.,
1884, Oshkosh, Wis.

Asahel Moore. A.M., 1838. b. 26 Nov., 1811, Gardiner, Me.
Meth. Epis. ministry, Maine; Calais, 1836-37; Castine, 1837-38;
Clinton, 1838-39; Vassalboro Acad., 1839-40; Gray, 1840-41; Dur-
ham, 1841-42; Brunswick, 1842-44; Augusta, 1844-45; Waterville,
1845-46; Saco, 1846-47; Bucksport Dist., 1847-51; E. Me. Conf.,
1848-54; Farmington, 1854-55; Bath, 1855-56; Gorham, 1856-57;
Hallowell, 1857-59; Secy., 1859-60; S. Eliot, 1860-61; Alfred, 1861-
63; Saccarappa, 1863-65; Kennebunkport, 1865-67. Wisconsin,
1868-77. Supt., Appleton Temporary Home, Needham, Mass., 1878-
82. d. 16 Apr., 1882.

Edward St. John Nealley. b. 16 Dec, 1811, Lee, N. H. Lawyer,
Thomaston, Me. Deputy U. S. Coll. Customs, Bath, Me., 1837-66;
Collector, 1866-81. d. 21 Aug., 1881.

Sewall Paine, b. 1 Nov., 1806, Leicester, Mass. Bangor Theol.
Sem., 1838. Pastor, Westminster, Vt.; Rumford and Monson, Me.;
Granville, N. Y., 1840; Queechee, Vt., 1841-42; Montgomery, Vt.,
1842-64. Without charge, Montgomery, 1864-77. d. 11 Mar., 1877.



96 Bowdoin College 1835-36

Albert Whitman Parris. A.M., 1838. b. 11 Feb., 1818, Paris,
Me. Lawyer, Mineral Point, Wis. d. before 1880, Australia.

Henry Varnum Poor. A.M., 1838. b. 8 Dec, 1812, Andover, Me.
Lawyer, Bangor, Me., 1838-48. Editor, New York City, 1848-62.
Author, Brookline, Mass., 1864-1905. d. 4 Jan., 1905.

George Lewis Prentiss. A.M., 1838; D.D., 1854. b. 12 May,
1816, Gorham, Me. Studied theology, Halle and Berlin, 1839-41.
Pastor, New Bedford, Mass., 1845-50; New York City, 1851-58,
1862-73. Prof., Pastoral Theol., Union Theol. Sem., 1873-1903. d.
18 Mar., 1903, New York City.

Joseph Prince. A.M., 1838. b. 16 Sept., 1815, Thomaston, Me.
Teacher and pastor, Monroe, Ga. d. 10 Sept., 1843.

George Purinton. A.M., 1843. b. 30 Nov., 1809, Poland, Me.
Lawyer, Freeport, 111., 1840-83. County judge, 1848-52. d. 10
Apr., 1883.

Augustus Cogswell Bobbins. A.M., 1838. b. 3 June, 1816,
Union, Me. Lawyer, Thomaston, Me. Bank cashier, Brunswick,
Me., 1841-59. State Bank Commissioner, 1861-67. Overseer, 1854-
68. d. 31 Dec, 1868.

Frederic Southgate. M.D., Cincinnati, 1840. b. 23 Oct., 1814,
Portland, Me. Bangor Theol. Sem. Physician, Texas; Burlington,
Iowa, 1841. Rector, Jubilee, 111., 1842; Edwardsville, 111., 1843. d.
29 Feb., 1844, Quincy, 111.

Albert Gorham Tenney. A.M., 1838. b. 2 July, 1814, Newbury,
Mass. Editor, Baltimore, Md., 1836-40; Boston, Mass., 1840-55;
Bath, Me., 1855-57; "Telegraph," Brunswick, Me., 1857-94. d. 30
June, 1894.

William Williams. b. 6 Aug., 1814, Newburyport, Mass.
Teacher, Marblehead, Mass. Mass. Leg., 1840. Lawyer, Gloucester,
Mass., 1840-45, 1877-87. Mayor, 1879, 1882. U. S. Civil Service,
Boston, Mass., 1845-77. d. 3 Feb., 1887.

Timothy Roberts Young, b. 19 Nov., 1811, Dover, N. H. Law-



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