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1886-89; Princeton, Me., 1889-93; Phippsburg, Me., 1893-1900.
Res., Clinton, N. Y., 1900-05. d. 28 Apr., 1905.

Thomas Kimball Noble, b. 19 Jan., 1832, Norway, Me. Bangor
Theol. Sem., 1863. Pastor, Winthrop, Me., 1863-64. U. S. Christian
Commission, 1864. Chaplain, U.S.A., 1865-69. Pastor, Cleveland,
O., 1869-72; San Francisco, Cal., 1872-86; Washington, D. C, 1887-
89; Norwalk, Conn., 1889-99, Pastor Emeritus, 18 99-. Res., Wash-
ington, D. C.

Edward Parker. A.M., 1860. b. 31 Mar., 1838, Charlestown,
Mass. Prin., High Sch., Georgetown, Mass., 1858-60; Melrose, Mass.,
1860-64. Teacher, Biddeford, Me., 1864-71. Prin., High Sch.,
Brockton, Mass., 1871-1905; Prin. Emeritus, 1905-.

Charles Weston Pickard. A.M., 1860. b. 28 Oct., 1836, Lewiston,
Me. Teacher, Platteville, Wis., 1857-59. Publisher, "Portland



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Transcript," Portland, Me., 1860-1907. Overseer, 1896-1908. Res.,
So. Portland, Me., 1902-08. d. 15 Dec, 1908, Portland.

George Washington Pierce. A.M., 1860. b. 1 July, 1836, Gor-
ham, Me. Civil Engineer, West Baldwin, Me. d. 9 Jan., 1910.

Benjamin Wisner Pond. A.M., 1860. b. 26 Mar., 1836, Bangor,
Me. Bangor Theol. Sem., 1861. Pastor, Barton, Vt., 1861-64. Supt.,
Freedmen's Schs., Washington, D. C, and N. Carolina, 1864-66. Pas-
tor, Charlemont, Mass., 1867-70; York, Me., 1870-73. Examiner,
Patent Office, Washington, D. C, 1873-77; Principal Examiner,
1877-.

Edward Augustus Rand. A.M., 1860. b. 5 Apr., 1837, Ports-
mouth, N. H. Prin., High Sch., Gardiner, Me., 1857-58; Biddeford,
Me., 1859-61. Bangor Theol. Sem., 1863. U. S. Christian Commis-
sion. Pastor, Amesbury, Mass., 1864-67; South Boston, Mass., 1867-
76; Franklin, Mass., 1876-79. Rector, Hyde Park, Mass., 1880-82;
Concord, Mass., 1882-83; Watertown, Mass., 1883-1903. Author,
d. 5 Oct., 1903.

Charles Henry Reynolds. A.M., 1860; M.D., Columbia, 1861. b.
5 July, 1835, Portland, Me. Physician, Bay City, Mich., 1861-65;
Gorham, Me., 1866-77. d. 5 Nov., 1877, Turner, Me.

Nathaniel Augustus Robbins. A.M., 1860. b. 24 Aug., 1835,
Union, Me. Prin., High Sch., Rockland, Thomaston Acad., Me.,
1858-60. Lawyer, Rockland, Me., 1860-61. Lieut., 4th Me. Vols.,
1861-65. U. S. Civil Service, Washington, D. C, 1865-. Founder
and director, Central Union Mission, Washington.

John Crockett Sanborn, b. 26 Aug., 1832, Sanbornton, N. H.
Lawyer, Lawrence, Mass., 1861-1907. City solicitor, 1874. Mass.
Leg., 1877. d. 12 July, 1907.

Daniel Freeman Smith. A.M.; D.D., 1904. b. 25 Apr., 1836,
Saco, Me. General Theol. Sem., 1861. Rector, Calais, Me., 1861-64;
Pittsfield, N. H., 1864-66; Camden, Me., 1866-68. Prin., St. Augus-
tine Sch., Portland, Me., 1868-73. Rector, Island Pond, Vt., 1875-
77; Champaign, 111., 1877-78; Hinsdale, 111., 1878-80; Chicago, 111.,
1880-86; Evanston, 111., 1886-1904. Res., Long Beach, Cal., 1904-
11. d. 11 Feb., 1911.

Robert McKown Spearing, b. 8 Jan., 1838, New Orleans, La. Col-
onel, C.S.A. d. 13 Dec, 1862, Fredericksburg, Va.

Gustavus Augustus Stanley. A.M., 1860. b. 15 June, 1832, Farm-
ington, Me. Teacher, Illinois, 1860. Capt., 28th Me. Vols., 1862-63;
Capt., 2d Me. Cav., 1863-65. Lawyer, Pensacola, Fla., 1866-84. Cir-
cuit Jud°-e. d. 16 Jan., 1884.

Samuel Barrett Stewart. A.M., 1860. b. 9 June, 1839, Farming-
ton, Me. Prin., Francestown Acad., N. H., 1857-58. Harvard Div.
Sch., 1862. Pastor, Nashua, N. H., 1863-65; Lynn, Mass., 1865-
1905, Pastor Emeritus, 19 05-. Res., Ballston Spa, N. Y.

Abner Chase Stockin. A.M., 1860. b. 30 Aug., 1831, Limington,
Me. Prin., Monmouth Acad., Me., 1857-61; South Berwick Acad.,
Me., 1861-66; New Hampton Literary Inst., N. H., 1866-67; Penna-
cook Acad., N. H., 1867-69. Maine Leg., 1861. New Eng. Rep.,



1857-58 Graduates 159

Harper & Bros., 1869-90. With Houghton-Mifflin Co., 1890-1901.
Ties., Watertown, Mass. d. 11 Jan., 1901.

Cyrus Stone. A.M., 1860; D.D., Wesleyan, 1874. b. 20 Apr.,
1837, Jay, Me. Teacher, Bridgton Acad., Me., 1858-60. Tutor,
Greek, 1860-62. Bangor Theol. Sem., 1863. Methodist Epis. Min-
istry, Maine, 1863-89; Newport, 1863-64; Dover and Foxcroft, 1864-
66; Dexter, 1866-68; Bucksport, 1868-71; Thomaston, 1871-74;
Bangor, 1874-80; Rockland, 1880-82; Farmington, 1882-85; Kent's
Hill, 1885-88; Hallowell, 1888-89. d. 7 Feb., 1889, Hallowell, Me.

Lyman Sawin Strickland. b. 22 July, 1831, Livermore, Me.
Lieut., 16th U. S. Inf., 1861; Capt., 1864; Bvt. Maj., 1864. Lawyer,
Houlton, Me., 1866-1908. Register of Probate, 1869-76. Maine
Senate, 1880. Judge of Probate, 1881-84. Res., Livermore, Me.,
1908-09. d. 5 June, 1909.

James Charles Strout. A.M., 1860. b. 16 Apr., 1834, Portland,
Me. Clerk, Boston, Mass., 1858-62. 22d Mass. Vols. Asst. Libra-
rian, Library of Congress, Washington, D. C, 1866-98. d. 27 Mar.,
1899, Thomaston, Me.

Francis Asbury Waterhouse. A.M., 1860. b. 27 Jan., 1835,
Scarboro, Me. Teacher, Natchez, Miss., 1857-59. Prin., Hallowell
Acad., 1859-60; High Sch., Augusta, 1861-68; High Sch., Newton,
Mass., 1868-81. Head Master, Eng. High Sch., Boston, 1881-94. d.
30 June, 189 4, Paris, France.

Granville Clifford Waterman. A.M., 1885. b. 4 May, 183 5, Booth-
bay, Me. Teacher, Whitestown Sem., N. Y„ 1857-60. Prin., Ames
Acad., N. Y., 1860-62; Pike Sem., N. Y., 1862-68. Teacher, Attica,
N. Y., 1868-69. Pastor, Lowville, N. Y., 1869-72. Prin., Lowville
Acad., 1872-74. Pastor, Dover, N. H., 1874-80; Laconia, N. H.,
1880-81. Editor, 1880-85. Pastor, Littleton, N. H., 1886-91; Provi-
dence, R. I., 1891-95; St. Johnsbury, Vt., 1895-1901; Hampton, N.
H., 1904-09. Res., Laconia, N. H.

51 — *33

Class of 1858

William Allen Abbott, b. 11 Sept., 1836, Norridgewock, Me. Law-
yer, New York City, 1868-1900; Boston, Mass., 1901-.

Isaac Adams. M.D., Harvard, 1862. b. 20 Feb., 1836, Boston,
Mass. Ecole de Medecine, Paris, 1862-64. Physician, Boston, Mass.,
1865-68. Inventor. Pres., United Nickel Co., 1869-90. Res., Cam-
bridge, Mass. d. 24 July, 1911, Annisquam, Mass.

Almarin Ferdinand Badger. A.M., 1861; LL.B., Harvard, 1864.
b. 26 June, 1833, Wilton, Me. Lawyer, Boston, Mass., 1864-67. d.
5 June, 1867, Medford, Mass.

Alexander Stuart Bradley, b. 16 Sept., 1838, Fryeburg, Me. Reg-
ister in Bankruptcy, Nashville, Tenn., 1867-72. Lawyer, Chicago,
111., 1873-.

Samuel Ayer Bradley. A.M., 1861. b. 27 Nov., 1836, Fryeburg,
Me. Prof., Fulton Coll., 111. Accountant, New York City. Merchant,
Chicago, 111. d. 3 June, 1874, Hyde Park, 111.

Samuel Brown, b. 16 Feb., 1836, Danvers, Mass. Teacher, El-



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lington, Conn., 1860-61; Beverly, Mass., 1861-62. Capt., 16th. Conn.
Vols., 1862. d. 17 Sept., 1862, Antietam, Md.

Daniel Coffin Burleigh. A.M., 1861; M.D., 1869. b. 8 Apr., 1834,
Sanbornton, N. H. Prin., High Sch., Brunswick, Me., 1858-59;
Hampden Acad., Me., 1859-61. Harvard Med. Sch., 1863-64. Acting
Asst. Surg., U.S.N., 1864; Acting Passed Asst. Surg., 1866-69, 1873-
79. Physician, Franklin, N. H., 1869-73. Res., Europe, 1880-84. d.
10 Jan., 1884, Dresden, Germany.

Sewall Chandler Charles, b. 11 June, 1838, Fryeburg, Me. Law-
student. 12th Me. Vols., 1861. d. 8 Nov., 1863, Fryeburg.

Samuel Frye Chase, b. 21 Aug., 1837, Saco, Me. Lawyer, Saco,
1861-89. Judge, Municipal Court, 1870-82. Postmaster, 1882-86.
d. 5 May, 1889.

Jonathan Prince Cilley. b. 29 Dec, 1835, Thomaston, Me. Law-
yer, Thomaston, 1860-61. Capt., 1st Me. Cav., 1861; Major, 1862;
Lieut.-Col., 1864; Bvt. Brig.-Gen., 1865. Lawyer, Rockland, Me.,
1865-. Maine Leg., 1867. Adj.-Gen., Maine, 1876-78.

Nathan Cleaves. A.M., 1861. b. 9 Jan., 1835, Bridgton, Me.
Lawyer, Bowdoinham, Me., 1860-62; Portland, Me., 1862-92. Maine
Leg., 1871, 1875. Judge of Probate, 1876-80. U. S. Surveyor Cus-
toms, 1887-91. d. 5 Sept., 1892.

Edward Card Conant. A.M., 1861; LL.B., Harvard, 1865. b. 29-
Apr., 1835, Alfred, Me. Teacher, Illinois, 1858-60. Lawyer, Bos-
ton, Mass., 1865. Merchant, Little Rock, Ark., 1866. Invalid, 1866-
79. d. 29 Sept., 1879, Providence, R. I.

Rufus Washburn Deering. A.M., 1861. b. 10 Nov., 1836, Port-
land, Me. Bank clerk, Portland, 1858-77. U. S. Civil Service, Wash-
ington, D. C, 1877-88. Accountant, Washngton, 1888-98. d. 19
July, 1898.

Franklin Mellen Drew. A.M. b. 19 July, 1837, Turner, Me. Law-
yer, Augusta, Me., 1861. Capt., 15th Me. Vols., 1861; Major, 1862;
Bvt. Col., 1865. Clerk, Maine House. Sec'y State, Maine, 1868-71.
U. S. Pension Agent, Augusta, Me., 1872-77. Lawyer, Lewiston, Me.,
1878-. Judge of Probate, 1889-1904. Sec'y Trustees, and ex-offich>
Overseer, 1865-94. Treas., Bates Coll., 1894-. Commander, Me.
G.A.R., 1889; Commander, Loyal Legion, 1904.

Robert Ellis. A.M., 1879. b. 4 Sept., 1833, Topsham, Me. Law-
yer, Old Town, Me., 1861-69; Oconto, Wis., 1869-88. County clerk,
1871-81. District Att'y, 1882-86. County Judge, 1886-88. d. 10
Dec, 1888.

Francis Fessenden. b. 18 Mar., 1839, Portland, Me. Harvard
Law Sch., 1859-60. Capt., 19th Inf., U.S.A., 1861. Col., 25th Me.
Vols., 1862. Col., 30th Me. Vols., 1863. Bvt. Lieut.-Col., U.S.A.,.
1864. Brig.-Gen., U.S.V., 1864. Major-Gen., U.S.V., 1865. Bvt.
Brig.-Gen., U.S.A., 1865. Brig.-Gen., U.S.A., 1866; Retired, 1866.
Lawyer, Portland. Mayor, 1876. Overseer, 1879-86. d. 2 Jan.,.
1906.

John Dennet Frost, b. 5 July, 1831, Eliot, Me. Farmer and
teacher, Eliot. U. S. Civil Service, Kittery Navy Yard, 1871-79. d..
17 Dec, 1894, Eliot.



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Lysander Hill. A.M., 1861. b. 4 July, 1834, Union, Me. Prin.,
High Sen., Rockland, Me., 1858-59. Lawyer, Thomaston, Me., 1861-
62. Capt., 20th Me. Vols., 1862. Lawyer, Alexandria, Va., 1864-74;
Washington, D. C, 1874-80; Chicago, 111., 1880-. Judge, Circuit
Court, Va., 1869-70.

Charles Knapp Hutchins. b. 26 Nov., 1834, Leeds, Me. Prin.,
Towle Acad., Winthrop, Me., 1858-61. Capt., 16th Me. Vols., 1861.
d. 13 Dec, 1862, Fredericksburg, Va.

Osceola Jackson, b. 16 Dec, 1836, Worcester, Mass. Merchant,
West African trade, 1859-63, 1876-88. Res., Brunswick, Me., Port-
land, Me., 1863-76. d. 27 June, 1888, Barracoa, Africa.

Albert Jewett. b. 9 Aug., 1833, Alna, Me. Lawyer, Knoxville, 111.
d. 26 May, 1862.

Cyrus Jordan. A.M., 1861. b. 22 Jan., 1830, East Raymond, Me.
Tutor, Hillsdale Coll., 1858-62. Oberlin Theol. Sem. Teacher, Vir-
ginia, 1864-65; Lebanon, Me., 1865-66; Scituate, R. I., 1866-67.
Prof., Latin, Hillsdale Coll., 1867-71. Prin., Maine Central Inst.,
Pittsfield, Me., 1873-81. Editor, "Morning Star," Boston, Mass.,
1881-1900. Res., Ocean Park, Me. d. 16 Jan., 1904.

Horace Malcolm Jordan, b. 10 Dec, 1839, Westbrook, Me. Law-
yer, New Orleans, La., 186 5-70. Editor, Portland, Me., Augusta, Me.,
New York City, Boston, Mass., 1872-97. Assistant, Library of Con-
gress, Washington, D. O, 18 9 7-.

Francis Blunt Knowlton. b. 12 Jan., 1832, Farmington, Me.
Teacher, Oxford, Penn., 1859-61. Bangor Theol. Sem., 1863. Pas-
tor, Waldoboro, Me., 1863-65; Phillips, Me., 1865-66; S. Paris, Me.,
1866-67; Alstead, N. H, 1867-71; Orford, N. H., 1871-82; Phillips-
ton, Mass., 1887-88. Res., Athol, Mass., 1882-87, 1888-1906. d. 17
Oct., 1906.

Charles Parkman Loring. M.D., Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll., N. Y.,
1863. b. 25 July, 1834, Danville, Me. Physician, Providence, R. I.
d. 27 Jan., 1877.

George Robinson Mclntyre. b. 8 Mar., 1835, Warren, Me. Law-
yer. U. S. Civil Service, Washington, D. C, 1861-63. d. 16 Nov.,,
1863.

Edward Bowdoin Nealley. b. 22 July, 1837, Thomaston, Me. Law-
yer, Burlington, Iowa. U. S. Dist. Att'y, Montana, 1864-65. Mer-
chant, Bangor, Me., 1867-1905. Maine Leg., 1876-77; Speaker,
1877; Senate, 1878. Overseer, 1877-1905. d. 20 Sept., 1905, Port-
land, Me.

John Wyman Phillips. A.M., 1861. b. 22 Dec, 1827. Orrington,
Me. Prin., High Sch., Old Town, Me., 1858-59. Teacher, E. Me.
Conf. Sem., Bucksport, Me., 1859-63. Prin., Hampden Acad., Me.,
1863-65. Farmer and teacher, Orrington, Me., 1865-1903. Maine
Leg., 1872, 1876; Senate, 1877-78. d. 3 Jan., 1903.

Augustus Moses Pulsifer. b. 15 June, 1834, Sullivan, Me. Law-
yer, Auburn, Me., 1860-73. County Att'y, 1868-71. Treas., Little
Androscoggin Water Power Co., Auburn, 1871-1903. d. 7 Apr.,
1910.

Edwin Reed. A.M., 1861. b. 19 Oct., 1835, Phippsburg, Me. Ma-



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rine insurance. Shipbuilding, Bath, Me., 1858-82; Mayor, 1876-78.
Maine Leg., 1874-75. Literary research, Cambridge, Mass., 1887-
93; Andover, Mass., 1893-1908. d. 13 Oct., 1908, Danvers, Mass.

William Henry Savage. A.M. b. 27 Sept., 1833, Woolwich, Me.
Prof., Math, and Nat. Phil., Delaware Coll., 1859-60. Capt., 17th Me.
Vols., 1862; 2d Lieut., 7th Me. Vols., 1863; 1st Lieut., 1st Vet. Vols.,
1864; Bvt. Capt., 1865. Andover Theol. Sem., 1867. Pastor, Hollis-
ton, Mass., 1867-70; Jacksonville, 111., 1870-75; Hannibal, Mo., 1875-
76. Pastor, Unitarian Ch., Leominster, Mass., 1876-86; Watertown,
Mass., 1886-99; Hyde Park, Mass., 1899-1905. d. 1 May, 1907, Mon-
treal, Canada.

Frank Sewall. A.M., 1862; D.D., 1902. b. 24 Sept., 1837, Bath,
Me. Student, Tubingen and Berlin. Pastor, New Church, Glendale,
O., 1863-70. Pres., Urbana Univ., O., 1870-86. Pastor, Glasgow,
Scotland, 1886-88; Washington, D. C, 1889-.

Samuel Bragdon Shapleigh. b. 25 Nov., 1835, Lebanon Centre,
Me. Lawyer, Newmarket, N. H.; Somersworth, N. H. Farmer, Som-
ersworth, N. H.; Milton, N. H.; Lebanon, Me. d. 27 Mar., 1901, West
Lebanon, Me.

Isaiah Perley Smith. A.M., 1862; Ph.D., Taylor Univ., Ind., 1901;
LL.D., Gale Coll., Wis., 1901; D.D., Shenandoah Coll., Va., 1903. b.
13 Feb., 1836, North Bridgton, Me. Bangor Theol. Sem., 1861. Pas-
tor, Brownfield, Me., 1864; Temple, N. H., 1864-67; Schuyler and
Fontanelle, Nebr., 1868-69; Paxton, Mass., 1870-71; Berlin and
Chesterfield, Mass., 1871-72; Boscawen, N. H., 1873-75; Dover, N.
H., 1875-77; Centerville, Mass., 1878-79; Chatham, Mass., 1879-82;
Falmouth, Me., 1884; Union and Stafford Springs, Conn., 1885-88;
Southwick, Mass., 1888-90; Wolcott, Conn., 1890-92; Salem Depot,
N. H., 1895-96. Teacher, Waterbury, Conn., 1892-95; Salem, N. H.,
1896-1902. Prof., German and Greek, Shenandoah Coll., Reliance,
Va., 1902-03; President, 1903. Moderator, Conf. Cong. Churches,
1879. Res., Lawrence, Mass.

Ellis Spear. LL.D., 19 09. b. 15 Oct., 1834, Warren, Me. Capt.,
20th Me. Vols., 1862; Major, 1863; Bvt. Lieut.-Col.; Bvt. Col., 1865;
Bvt. Brig.-Gen., 1865. U. S. Patent Office, 1866-76; Commissioner
of Patents, 1876-78. Lawyer, Washington, D. C, 18 78-.

John Milton Staples, b. 16 Apr., 1836, Buxton, Me. Lawyer, Bos-
ton, Mass., 1861-63; New York City, 1863-68. d. 1869, New Orleans,
La.

Solomon Bates Starbird. A.M., 1868. b. 4 Oct., 1832, Fairfield,
Me. Teacher, Cherryfield Acad., Me., 1858-59; New York City, 1859-
62. 127th N. Y. Vols., 1862; 2d Lieut., 1864; 1st Lieut., 55th Mass.
Vols., 1865. Lawyer, Albany, N. Y., 1868-69. Civil engineer and
lawyer, Plattsmouth, Nebr., 1869-76. Mining, Canon City, Col.,
1876-89. d. 29 Sept., 1889, Denver, Col.

John Durann Stetson, b. 13 Mar., 1835, Durham, Me. Prin., High
Sch., Lewiston, Me., 1862-66. Lawyer, Lewiston, 1866-77; Red
Wing, Minn., 187 7-. Res., unknown.

Henry Goddard Thomas. A.B., Amherst, 1858; A.M., Amherst,
1865. b. 5 Apr., 1837, Portland, Me. Lawyer, Portland, 1861.



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Capt., 5th Me. Vols., 1861. Capt., 11th Inf., U.S.A., 1861. Col., 73d
U.S.C.T., 1863. Col., 19th U.S.C.T., 1864. Brig.-Gen., U.S.V., 1864.
Bvt. Maj.-Gen., U.S.V., 1865. Bvt. Brig.-Gen., U.S.A., 1865. Capt.,
U.S.A., 1866; Major, 4th Inf., 1876; retired, 1891. Bank president,
Oklahoma City, Okla. d. 23 Jan., 1897.

Andrew Jackson Thompson. A.M., 1861; M.D., Harvard, 1861. b.
23 July, 1833, Gilford, N. H. Surgeon, 8th N. H. Vols., 1862-65.
Physician, Laconia, N. H., 1866-76; Salem, Mass., 1876-79. N. H.
Leg., 1875. d. 26 Apr., 1879.

George Bacon Towle. b. 25 Sept., 1837, Saco, Me. Mercantile
business, Boston, Mass. Teacher, Medway, Mass.; Salem, N. Y.; New
York City.

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Class of 1859

John Duguid Anderson. A.M., 1862. b. 7 Nov., 1836, Gray, Me.
Teacher, Sparta, Wis., 1861. 1st Lieut., 1st Wis. Lt. Art'y, 1861.
32d Me. Vols., 1864. 1st Lieut., 3d Md. Vols., 1864; Bvt. Capt.,
1865. Lawyer, Portland, Me.; Gray, Me. Maine Leg., 1875. Judge
Advocate Gen., Me., 1880-81. U. S. Pension Agt., Augusta, Me.,
1886-89. Treas., Nat'l Home D. V. S., Togus, Me., 1889-94.

Cyrus Fogg Brackett. A.M., 1862; M.D., 1863; LL.D., 1894; also
Lafayette, 1883; also Princeton, 1910. b. 25 June, 1833, Parsons-
field, Me. Prin., Limerick Acad., Me., 1859-60. Teacher, New
Hampton, N. H. Inst., Natural Science, 1863-64; Josiah Little Pro-
fessor, 1864-68; Prof., Chemistry, Zoology and Geology, 1868-69;
Chemistry and Geology, 1869-72; Chemistry and Physics, 1872-73;
Lecturer, Medical Jurisprudence, 1869-70. Prof., Physics, Prince-
ton, 1873-1908; Emeritus, 1908-.

Charles Henry Butterfield. A.M., 1865. b. 17 May, 1833, Farm-
ington, Me. Prin., High Sch., Evansville, Ind., 1859-62. Major, 91st
Ind. Vols., 1862; Lieut.-Col., 1863. Lawyer, Evansville, Ind., 1865-
97. Mayor. Judge, Circuit Court, d. 13 Jan., 1897.

John Calhoun Chamberlain. A.M., 1862. b. 1 Aug., 1838, Brewer,
Me. Bangor Theol. Sem., 1864. Chaplain, 11th Me. Vols. U. S.
Christian Commission. Inspector, Internal Revenue, New York City,
1866-67. d. 10 Aug., 1867, Castine, Me.

Americus Fuller. A.M., 1862; D.D., 1889. b. 1 Nov., 1834, Jay,
Me. Bangor Theol. Sem., 1862. Chaplain, 106th U.S.C.T., 1864.
Pastor, Hallowell, Me., 1862-66; Rochester, Minn., 1866-74; Min-
neapolis, Minn., 1882-84. Missionary, A.B.C.F.M., Turkey, 1874-82,
1885-1905; Pres., Central Turkey Coll., Aintab, 1888-1905. Res.,
Los Gatos, Cal.

George Washington Morgan Hall. b. 29 Apr., 1836, Philadelphia,
Penn. Captain, Merchant Marine, 1860-65. Bank clerk, Woburn,
Mass., 1865-67. Master, Grammar Sch., Maiden, Mass., 1867-69;
Boston, Mass., 1869-1903. d. 6 Dec, 1903.

Amos Harris. A.M., 1862. b. 17 Aug., 1830, Turner, Me. New-
ton Theol. Sem., 1862. Pastor, Medfield, Mass., 1862-68; Arlington,



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Mass., 1868-77; Weston, Mass., 1877-91. Without charge, Everett,
Mass., 1891-1908. d. 25 Apr., 1908.

Charles Edwin Hilton. A.M., 1862. b. 12 Mar., 1830, Bridgton,
Me. Prin., Bridgton Acad., 1859-66. Teacher, Philadelphia, Pa.,
1866-70; Washington, D. C, 1870-83. d. 19 Sept., 1883.

Charles Henry Howard, b. 28 Aug., 1838, Leeds, Me. Bangor
Theol. Sem. 3d Me. Vols., 1861. Lieut., 61st N. Y. Vols., 1862;
Major, 1863; Lieut.-Col., 1864; Col., 128th U.S.C.T.; Bvt. Brig.-Gen.,
1865. Asst. Comm'r, Freedmen's Bureau, 1866-68. Sec'y, Amer.
Miss. Soc'y, 1868-72. Editor, Chicago, 111., 1872-81. U. S. Insp.,
Indian Agencies, 1881-84. Editor, Chicago, 1885-19 08. Res., Glen-
coe, 111. d. 27 Jan., 1908.

George Wilson Howe. A.M. b. 5 Jan., 1833, Lowell, Mass. An-
dover Theol. Sem., 18 62. Pastor, Buxton, Me., 1863-66; Harrison,
Me., 1867-72; South Limington, Me., 1874-76. Prin., Gram. Sch.,
Lowell, Mass., 1876-94. d. 21 Mar., 1894.

James Albert Howe. A.M.; D.D., Hillsdale, 1876. b. 10 Oct.,
1834, Lowell, Mass. Andover Theol. Sem., 1862. Pastor, Black-
stone, Mass., 1862-63; Olneyville, R. I., 1863-72. Prof., Sys. Theol.
and Homiletics, Cobb Div. Sch., Bates Coll., 1872-1908; Dean, 1894-
1908. Res., Belmont, Mass.

franklin Freeman Hutchins. b. 21 Sept., 1835, Fryeburg, Me.
Farming and lumbering, Fryeburg, 1860-83. d. 1 Nov., 1883.

Henry Dearborn Hutchins. b. 5 Nov., 1837, Fryeburg, Me. Law-
yer, Lovell, Me., 1861-63. Farmer, Fryebur , 1863-80. d. 25 June,
1880.

George Newton Jackson. A.M., 1862. b. 31 July, 1833, Foxcroft,
Me. Agent for educational publications. Sec'y, Chicago, Millington
& Western R. R., 1873-78. d. 26 Oct., 1879, Chicago, 111.

Henry Melville King. A.M., 1862; D.D., 1899; also Colby, 1877.
b. 3 Sept., 1838, Oxford, Me. Newton Theol. Sem., 1862. Inst., He-
brew, Newton Theol. Sem., 1862-63. Pastor, Roxbury, Mass., 1863-
82; Albany, N. Y., 1882-91; Providence, R. I., 1891-1906. Pres., R.
I. Bapt. Conv., 1891-9 5. Trustee, Vassar College. Res., Providence,
R. I., 1906-.

Samuel Henry King. b. 23 Aug., 1838, Monmouth, Me. Maine
Civil Service, Augusta, Me. d. 11 Dec, 1861, Augusta.

Horatio Oliver Ladd. A.M., 1862; S.T.D., Hobart, 1905. b. 31
Aug., 1839, Hallowell, Me. Prin., Farmington Acad., Me., 1859-61.
Yale Div. Sch., 1863. Pastor, Olivet, Mich., and Prof., Rhet. and Ora-
tory, Olivet Coll., 1867-69. Pastor, Romeo, Mich., 1869-73. Prin.,
State Normal Sch., Plymouth, N. H., 1873-76. Pastor, Hopkinton,
Mass., 1877-80. Pres., Univ. New Mexico, 1881-89. Supt., U. S.
Census, New Mex., 1889. Rector, Fishkill, N. Y., 1891-96; Jamaica,
N. Y., 1896-1910. Pastor Emeritus, 1910-.

Oliver Libbey. A.M., 1862. b. 7 June, 183 5, Gorham, Me. Teach-
er, Sheboygan, Wis., 1859-60; Bloomington, 111., 1860-62. Law and
insurance business, Green Bay, Wis., 1864-1904. d. 26 Dec, 1904,
Portland, Me.

Benjamin Franklin Manwell. A.M., 1862. b. 18 Feb., 1831, Jay,



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Me. Bangor Theol. Sem., 18 62. Pastor, South Bridgton, Me., 1862-
€6; U. S. Christian Commission; Turner, Me., 1866-67; Mattapoisett,
Mass., 1867-70; Plattsmouth, Neb., 1870-72; Lawler, Iowa, 1873-74.
d. 24 Feb., 1874.

George Whitney Merrill, b. 26 June, 1837, Turner, Me. Lawyer,
Evansville, Ind. 1st Lieut., 60th Ind. Vols., 1862; Captain; Bvt.
Major. Dist. Att'y, Nye Co., Nev., 1865-69. Lawyer, Eureka Co.,
Nev., 1870-80. Dist. Att'y, Eureka Co., Nev., 1875-80. Speaker,
Nevada Leg., 1881-82. U. S. Minister, Hawaii, 1885-89. Lawyer,
San Francisco, Cal., 1890-. Commander, Loyal Legion, Cal., 1910.

Alfred Mitchell. A.M., 1862; LL.D., 1907; M.D., Columbia, 1865.
b. 17 Mar., 1837, Yarmouth, Me. Ass't Surg., 9th Me. Vols., 1864.
Physician, Brunswick, Me., 18 6 5-. Lecturer, Pathology, 18 69-70;
Pathology and Therapeutics, 1870-72; Adjunct Professor, 1872-73;
Professor, Obstetrics and Diseases of Children, 1872-75; Obstetrics
and Diseases of Women and Children, 1875-94; Obstetrics and Dis-
eases of Children, 1894-97; Lecturer, Pathology and Practice Medi-
cine, 1897-98; Professor, 1898-1904; Internal Medicine, 1904-11;
Professor Emeritus, 1911-. Sec'y, Medical Faculty, 1873-98; Dean,
1898-1911. Pres., Me. Med. Assn., 1892-93. Commander, Loyal Le-
gion, Maine, 1910-11.

George Owen Moody. A.M., 1862; M.D., Dartmouth, 1863. b. 17
July, 1833, Lebanon, Me. Acting Ass't Surg., U.S.A., 1864. Physi-
cian, Titusville, Penn., 1863-87. d. 6 Feb., 1887.

William Gray Nowell. A.M., 1862. b. 11 Aug., 1838, Portsmouth,
N. H. Harvard Div. Sch., 1862. Pastor, Rockford, 111., 1864-65;
Ware, Mass., 1866-68; Calais, Me., 1868-70. Prin., High Sch., Cal-
ais, 1870-72; Maiden, Mass., 1872-73. Master, Eng. High Sch., Bos-
ton, Mass., 1873-77. Supt. Schs., Weymouth, Mass., 1877-79. Prin.,
Albany Female Acad., N. Y., 1879-80. Prin., Normal Sch., Wilming-
ton, Del., 1880-82. Teacher, New York City, 1882-1902. Pres.,
Amer. Esperanto Assn., 1905. Res., N. Carolina, 1902-04; Boston,
Mass., 1904-.

Mark Pitman. A.M., 1862. b. 24 Oct., 1830, Williamsburg, Me.
Prin., St. Stephen Acad., N. B., 1859-61; Foxcroft Acad., Me., 1861-
€4. Merchant, Dover, Me., 1864-69. County Treasurer. Register
of Deeds. Prin., Durham Acad., Conn., 1870-72; Woolsey Sch., New
Haven, Conn., 1872-96; Choate Sch., Wallingford, Conn., 1896-1905.
d. 3 Dec, 1905.

Edward Noyes Pomeroy. A.M., 1906. b. 6 Apr., 1836, Yarmouth,
Me. 156th N. Y. Vols., 1862. Lieut., 81st U.S.C.T., 1864. Staff of
Maj.-Gen. Banks, 1865. Union Theol. Sem., 1868. Pastor, Riga, N.
Y., 1868-69; Bergen, N. Y., 1869-73; W. Springfield, Mass., 1873-77;
Marion, Mass., 1877-81; Taunton, Mass., 1882-88. Res., Wellesley,
Mass., 1888-.

Franklin Putnam, b. Sept., 1833, Croyden, N. H. Lawyer, Kan-
sas City, Mo., 1861-65. d. 3 Nov., 1865.

Edward Mussey Rand. A.M., 1862. b. 6 Aug., 1839, Portland,
Me. Adjutant, 27th Me. Vols., 1862. Lawyer, Portland, 18 62-.

Howard Malcolm Randlett. M.D., Harvard, 1864. b. 20 Feb.,



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1837, Stratham, N. H. Ass't Surg., N. Y. Vols., 1863. Ass't Surg.,
U.S.N., 1864-68. d. 26 May, 1873, Annapolis, Md.

Francis Wallingford Sabine. A.M., 1862. b. 7 Aug., 1839, Ban-
gor, Me. Law student. Lieut., 11th Me. Vols., 1861; Capt., 1862.
d. 15 Sept., 1864, Fortress Monroe, Va.

Aretas Rowe Sanborn, b. 6 Aug., 1834, Sanbornton, N. H. Teach-
er, Danvers, Mass., 1859-62. U. S. Civil Service, 1862-63. Lawyer,
New York City, 1864-67; Lawrence, Mass., 1867-1905. Register of
Deeds, Essex Co., 1895-1904. d. 4 Apr., 1905.

Caleb Saunders. A.M., 1862. b. 4 Sept., 1838, Andover, Mass.
6th Mass. Vols., April, 1861. Lieut., 1st Mass. Heavy Artillery.
Lawyer, Lawrence, Mass., 1864-. Mayor, 1877.

David Robinson Straw. A.M., 1862. b. 16 May, 1836, Guilford,.



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