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Fabius Maximus Ray. A.M., 1864. b. 30 Mar., 1837, South Wind-
ham, Me. Student, Heidelberg, 1861-62. Harvard Div. Sch., 1868.
Lawyer, Westbrook, Me., 1865-85; Portland, Me., 1873-. Maine
Leg., 1871-72; Senate, 1885-86. Judge, Municipal Court, 1883-85.

John Rich. b. 29 Mar., 1838, Farmingdale, Me. Farming, 1861-
63. d. 14 Nov., 1863.

Reuben Augustus Rideout. A.M., 1864. b. 30 Nov., 1834, Gar-
land, Me. Prin., Monson Acad., Me., 1861-62; High Sch., Belfast,
Me., 1862-63; Richmond Acad., Me., 1863-64; E. Pittston Acad., Me.,
1864-65; Gram. Sch., Milford, Mass., 1865-66; S. Maiden, Mass.,
1866-70; High Sch., Everett, Mass., 1870-91, Instructor, Classics,
1891-1902. d. 24 Feb., 1902.

Charles Bean Rounds. A.M., 1864. b. 8 Dec, 1834, Danville, Me.



1861 Graduates 175

Prin., St. Stephen Acad., N. B., 1861-63. 30th Me. Vols., 1863.
Lieut., 32d Me. Vols., 1863. Capt., 31st Me. Vols., 1864. Lawyer,
€alais, Me., 1867-1903. County Att'y, 1876-83. Judge, Municipal
■Court, 1883-95. d. 16 Nov., 1903.

Edward Simonton. A.M., 1864. b. 3 Oct., 1839, Searsport, Me.
33d Mass. Vols., 1862. 2d Lieut., 20th Me. Vols., 1862. Capt.,
U.S.C.T., 1863. Bvt. Lieut.-Col., 1865. 1st Lieut., 4th Inf., U.S.A.,
1866; Bvt. Capt., 1867. Lawyer and real estate, St. Paul, Minn.,
1870-1904. U. S. Civil Service, Washington, D. C, 1904-.

Edwin Smith, b. 8 Mar., 1836, Searsport, Me. Bangor Theol.
Sem., 1864. Pastor, Lynn., Mass., 1864-69; Barre, Mass., 1869-78;
S. Braintree, Mass., 1879-82; Maynard, Mass., 1882-86; Bedford,
Mass., 1886-99; Ballardvale, Mass., 1899-1903. d. 16 Oct., 1903.

Henry Sutton Burgess Smith. M.D., Berkshire Med. Coll., 1865.
1). 12 July, 1838, Bridgton, Me. Asst. Surg., 32d Me. Vols., 1864.
Physician, Bowdoinham, Me., 1865-78; Middleboro, Mass., 1878-94.
•d. 31 Oct., 1894.

Edward Stanwood. A.M., 1864; Litt.D., 1894. b. 16 Sept., 1841,
Augusta, Me. Journalist, Augusta, Me., 1861-67; Boston, 18 67-;
Editor, "Boston Advertiser," 1867-82, Editor-in-chief, 1882-83; Edi-
tor, "Youth's Companion," 1884-87, Managing Editor, 1887-1911.
Overseer, 1886-1904; Trustee, 1904-. Res., Brookline, Mass.

George Eastman Stubbs. A.M., 1864; M.D., Harvard, 1863. b.
30 Dec, 1839, Strong, Me. Acting Asst. Surg., U.S.A., 1863. Asst.
Surg., U.S.V., 1865. Bvt. Capt., 1866. Physician, Cincinnati, O.,
1867-69; Philadelphia, Penn., 1869-1909. Prof., Anat. & Clinical
Surg., Medico-Chirurgical Coll., Philadelphia, 1881-86; Surg. Path.
& Clinical Surg., 1886-92. d. 24 Oct., 1909, Merion, Penn.

John Warren Thorp. A.M., 1864; M.D., N. Y. Univ., 1871. b. 20
Apr., 1839, Boothbay, Me. Prin., Oxford Acad., N. Y., 1861-68.
Physician, Oxford, N. Y., 1871-1911. d. 15 Dec, 1911.

Grenville Mellen Thurlow. A.M., 1864. b. 3 Oct., 1838, Poland,
Me. Teacher, Bath, Me., 1861-63. Prin., Lincoln Acad., Newcastle,
Me., 1863-79. Manufacturer, Boston, Mass., 2$81-92; Newport, R.
I., Providence, R. I., 1892-1909. d. 12 Oct., 1909, Brookline, Mass.

Joseph Badger Upham. A.M., 1864. b. 25 Dec, 1840, Ports-
mouth, N. H. 3d Asst. Engineer, U.S.N., 1862. 2d Asst. Eng., 1864;
1st Asst. Eng., 1868; retired, 1875. Res., Portsmouth, N. H. d. 13
Aug., 1889.

Sylvanus Dexter Waterman, b. 14 Sept., 1842, Litchfield, Me. 3d
Mass. Vols., 1862. Teacher, Louisville, Ky., 1864-68. Supt. Schools,
Greencastle, Ind., 1868-70. Teacher, Stockton, Cal., 1870; Prin.,
High Sch., 1872-90. Supt. Schs., Berkeley, Cal., 1890-1908. Res.,
Berkeley, Cal.

Philenthius Cleaveland Wiley. A.M., 1864; M.D., 1864. b. 21
Feb., 1840, Bethel, Me. Physician, Bethel, 1864-77. d. 26 Apr.,
1877.

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176 Bowdoin College 1862

Class of 1862

Frederick Henry Beecher. A.M., 1865. b. 22 June, 1841, New-
Orleans, La. 16th Me. Vols., 1862; 2d Lieut., 1863; 1st Lieut., 1863.
2d Lieut., 3d Inf., U.S.A., 1866. d. 18 Sept., 1868, Colorado.

Albion Burbank. A.M., 1865. b. 25 Dec, 1839, Limerick, Me.
Prin., Limington Acad., Me., 1863-64. Lawyer, Limerick, Me., 1866-
67. Prin., High Sch., Kennebunk, Me., 1867-72; Exeter, N. H., 1872-
1906. Res., Exeter, 19 06-.

Sylvester Burnham. A.M., 1865; D.D., 1885. b. 1 Feb., 1842,
Exeter, N. H. Prof., Math., Western Univ. Penn., Pittsburgh, 1863-
64. Prin., High Sch., Newburyport, Mass., 1866-69. Newton Theol.
Sem., 1873. Pastor, Amherst, Mass., 1873-74. Prof., Semitic Lang,
and Old Test. Interp., Theol. Sem., Colgate Univ., Hamilton, N. Y.,
1875-; Dean of Theol. Faculty, 1893-.

James Austin Burns. A.M., 1884; Ph.D., 1885. b. 25 Jan., 1840,
Oxford, Me. Lieut., 7th Conn. Vols., 1861; Capt., 1862. Civil engi-
neer, Atlanta, Ga., 1868-82. Student, Brunswick, Me., 1882-83.
Prof., Chem., Southern Med. Coll., Atlanta, 1883-90. Literary work,
Atlanta, Ga. d. 16 Sept., 1902.

Joseph Webber Chadwick. A.M., 1865. b. 8 May, 1836, China,
Me. Prin., New Hampton Literary Inst., N. H, 1862-66. Teacher,
Boston Latin Sch., 1866-72; Master, 1872-1906. Res., Maiden, Mass.

Isaac Bassett Choate. A.M.; Litt.D., 1907. b. 12 July, 1833, Na-
ples, Me. Teacher, Gorham Sem., Me., 1862-64. Lawyer, Portland,
Me., 1865-68. Librarian, Public Library, Portland, 1870-71. Teach-
er, Yarmouth Acad., 1868-69; Bridgton Acad., Me., 1872-74; West-
brook Sem., Me., 1874-75. Prof., Anc. Lang., Buchtel Coll., O., 1875-
78. Author and Journalist, Boston, Mass., 1881-.

Melville Augustus Cochran. A.M., 1877. b. 18 July, 1836, Litch-
field, Me. Capt., 16th Inf., U.S.A., 1861; Bvt. Major, 1863. Prison-
er, 1863-65. Capt., 2d Inf., U.S.A., 1869; Major, 12th Inf., 1879;
Lieut.-Col., 5th Inf., 1883; Col., 6th Inf., 1890; retired, 1898. Res.,
Fort McPherson, Ga.; Jacksonville, Fla. d. 3 May, 1904.

Samuel Page Dame. A.M., 1865. b. 23 Nov., 1840, Falmouth,
Me. Teacher, High Sch., Newburyport, Mass., 1862-63; Pittsburgh,
Penn., 1863-69. Druggist, Sharon, Penn., 1869-84. Iron and steel
chemist, Pittsburgh and Sharon, Penn., 1884-99. Res., Pittsburgh,
Penn., 1899-.

William Ellingwood Donnell. A.M., 1865. b. 1 Oct., 1841, Fal-
mouth, Me. Adj., 20th Me., 1863; Bvt. Capt., 1864; Bvt. Maj.,
1865. Merchant, Portland, Me., 1867-77. Journalist, New York
City, 1877-94. Financial editor, "New York Tribune." d. 19 Sept.,
1894.

Ellis Richmond Drake. D.D., Philander Smith Coll., 189 4. b. 11
Feb., 1840, Garland, Me. Prin., Bluehill Acad., Me., 1863-65. Law-
yer, Boston, Mass., 1865-66. Andover Theol. Sem., 1868. Pastor,
Wayland, Mass., 1868-71; Middleboro, Mass., 1871-76; Quincy Point,
Mass., 1877-79; Boston, Mass., 1879; Northfield, Mass., 1880-87;
Eureka, Kan., 1887-91; Manhattan, Kan., 1891-94; Denver, Col.,



1862 Graduates 177

1896-1902; without charge, Denver, 1902-06. d. 10 Mar., 1906.

George William Edwards, b. 27 Nov., 1839, Gorham, Me. Lieut.,
16th Me. Vols., 1862. d. 13 Dec, 1862, Fredericksburg, Va.

Almon Goodwin, b. 18 Mar., 1840, Baldwin, Me. 2d Lieut., 19th
Me. Vols., 1862. Prin., St. Stephen Acad., N. B., 1863-65. Harvard
Law Sch., 1866-67. Lawyer, New York City, 1867-1905. d. 2 Nov.„
1905.

Thomas Hayden Green, b. 31 Mar., 1842, Calais, Me. Capt.,.
U.S.V., 1862. d. 9 Aug., 1862, Cedar Mountain, Va.

Frank Alpine Hill. A.M., 1865; Litt.D., 1894. b. 12 Oct., 1841,
Biddeford, Me. Prin., High Sch., Biddeford, Me., 1862-64; Milford,
Mass., 1865-70; Chelsea, Mass., 1870-86. Head Master, English
High Sch., Cambridge, Mass., 1886-93; Mechanic Arts High Sch.,
Boston, Mass., 1893-94. Sec, Mass. Board of Education, 1894-1903.
Pres., Mass. State Teachers' Assn. Trustee, Mass. Ag. Coll. Member
Corporation, Mass. Inst. Technology, d. 12 Sept., 1903, Brookline,
Mass.

William Albert Hobbie. b. 25 Oct., 1838, Vassalboro, Me. Teach-
er, Maine, 1862-63; Warsaw, 111., 1863-64. 16th Iowa Vols., 1864.
Salesman, Chicago, 111., 1866-71. Teacher, Texas, 1871-78; Oregon,.
1878-89. Res., Garland, Me., 1889-91. Farming, Damascus, Ore.,
Gresham, Ore., 1891-1907. d. 3 Aug., 1907.

Henry Hastings Hunt. A.M., 1887; M.D., 1867. b. 7 July, 1842,
Gorham, Me. 1st Me. Arty., 1862. Physician, Gorham, 1868-82;
Portland, Me., 1882-94. Lecturer, Physiology, 1884-86; Professor,
1886-91. d. 30 Nov., 1894.

Frederick Nickels Huston. M.D., 1873. b. 1 Oct., 1839, Damaris-
cotta, Me. Lieut., 21st Me. Vols., 1862. Mercantile business, 1865-
70. Physician, Damariscotta, Me., Rockland, Me., 1873-91. d. 7
May, 1891.

Willard Morse Jenkins, b. 1 Mar., 1838, Chatham, N. H. 1st
Lieut., 17th Me. Vols., 1862. d. 10 Nov., 1862, Edward's Ferry, Md..

George Gustavus Kimball. A.M., 1865; LL.B., George Washington
Univ., 1866. b. 28 Feb., 1843, Portsmouth, N. H. U. S. Civil Ser-
vice, Washington, D. C, 18 62-66. Lawyer, Boston. Post Office In-
spector, Spokane, Wash.; Chicago, 111.; New York City.

Dorville Libby. A.M., 1865. b. 17 Aug., 1837, Portland, Me.
Teacher, Pittsburgh, Penn., 1863-65; St. Louis, Mo., 1865-68. Pub-
lisher, San Francisco, Cal., 1868-.

Augustus Newbert Linscott. b. 6 Sept., 1837, Jefferson, Me^
Capt., 21st Me. Vols., 1862. Lawyer, Chicago, 111., 1865-1901;.
Thomaston, Me., 1901-.

John Thomas Magrath. b. 7 Oct., 1842, Gardiner, Me. Teacher,,
N. Yarmouth Acad., 1862-63. Prin., High Sch., Gardiner, Me., 1863-
64. Rector, Gardiner, 1866-69; Jackson, Mich., 1870-78; Battle
Creek, Mich., 1878-79; Philadelphia, Penn., 1879-82; Hyde Park,
Mass., 1882-90; Mattapan, Mass., 1890-99. Without charge, South-
port, Me., and Cambridge, Mass., 1899-1908. d. 11 May, 1908, Bos-
ton, Mass.

Albert George Manson. A.M., 1865. b. 10 Nov., 1836, Limington,

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178 Bowdoin College 1862

Me. Prin., Gram. Sch., Cleveland, O., 1862-65; High Sen., Cleve-
land. Real estate, St. Paul, Minn. d. 11 Nov., 1878.

George Adams Mark. A.M., 1865. b. 23 Oct., 1837, Portland, Me.
U. S. Civil Service, Washington, D. C, 1863-70. Asst., Library of
•Congress, 1870-87. d. 1 Dec, 1887.

Joel M Marshall. A.M., 1865. b. 23 May, 1834, Buxton, Me.
Lawyer, Bar Mills, Me., 1865-.

Charles Porter Mattocks. A.M., 1866; LL.B., Harvard, 1867. b.
11 Oct., 1840, Danville, Vt. Lieut., 17th Me. Vols., 1862; Capt.,
1862; Major, 1863; Lieut.-Col., 1864; Bvt. Col.; Bvt. Brig.-Gen.,
1865. Medal of Honor. Brig.-Gen., U.S.V., 1898. Lawyer, Port-
land, Me., 1867-1910. County Att'y, 187 0-73. Maine Leg., 1883-
86. Judge of Probate, Cumberland Co., 1900-06. d. 16 May, 1910.

Charles Widgery MiUiken. A.M., 1865; M.D., Univ. Mich., 1865.
b. 17 Mar., 1836, Buxton, Me. Physician, Oquawka, 111., 1865-71;
Shullsburg, Wis., 1871-80. d. 14 June, 1880, Limerick, Me.

Eugene Putnam Morse. A.M., 1865. b. 16 Dec, 1839, Bridgton,
Me. Lawyer, Augusta, Me., 1864-65; Chicago, 111., 1865-71. d. 31
Dec, 1871.

George Edwin Moulton. b. 7 Nov., 1839, Westbrook, Me. Lieut.,
13th Me. Vols., 1861. Capt., 30th Me. Vols., 1864. Bvt. Major,
1865. Lumber merchant, Chicago, 111., 1865-70. Commercial Agency,
Brooklyn, N. Y., 1870-1907. d. 25 July, 1907.

Joseph Noble. A.M., 1865. b. 7 Oct., 1839, Augusta, Me. Lieut.,
9th Me. Vols., 1861; Captain, 1863; Lieut.-Col., 1864. Clerk, U. S.
Treas. Dept., 1870-99; Asst. Chief, Division of Loans and Currency,
1899-1908. d. 17 June, 1908.

Edward Newman Packard. A.M., 1865; D.D., Syracuse, 1891. b.
16 Dec, 1841, Lancaster, Mass. Tutor, Greek and Mathematics,
1863-65; Instructor, Latin and Mathematics, 1865-67; Asst. Prof.,
Mathematics, 1867-68. Bangor Theol. Sem., 1862-63. Andover
Theol. Sem., 1868-69. Asst. Recording Sec'y, A.B.C.P.M., 1888-.
Pastor, Evanston, 111., 1870-79; Dorchester, Mass., 1879-87; Syra-
cuse, N. Y., 1887-1904; Stratford, Conn., 1904-. Overseer, 1881-.

Samuel Wiggin Pearson, b. 24 Oct., 1836, Alna, Me. Bangor
Theol. Sem., 1866. Pastor, Robbinston, Me., 1866-67; Bristol, Wash-
inton and Bremen, Me., 1867-68; Limington, Me., 1869-72; Lyman,
Me., 1873-76; Andover, Me., 1876-81. Res., Brunswick, Me., 1881-.
Manufacturer, 1886-1902.

John Melvin Pease. A.M., 1865. b. 30 Aug., 1840, Bridgton, Me.
25th Me. Vols., 1862. New Hampton Theol. Inst., 1864-65. Pastor,
Alden and Manchester, Minn., 1870-72; E. Otisfield, Me., 1872-80;
W. Buxton, Me., 1880-82; N. Lebanon, Me., 1882-84. Pastor and
teacher, California, 1885-1900. Farming, Riverside, Cal., 1901-.

John Edwin Pierce. A.M., 1865. b. 22 Sept., 1838, Monmouth,
Me. 39th Wis. Vols., 1864. Serg., 1st Wis. Heavy Art'y, 1864.
Bangor Theol. Sem., 1868. Missionary, A.B.C.F.M., to Turkey, 1869-
90; Erzroom, 1869-77, Ismid, 1878-85, Bardezag, 1885-90. Res.,
Monmouth, Me., 1890-96. d. 13 Mar., 1896.

Charles Henry Pope. b. 18 Oct., 1841, Machias, Me. Bangor



1862 Graduates



179



Theol. Sem., 1865. U. S. Christian Commission. Pastor, Grass Val-
ley, Cal., 1865-66; San Mateo, Cal., 1866-67; Hydesville, Cal., 1867-
68; Benicia, Cal., 1868-74. Prin., Benicia Sem., 1871-74. Pastor,
Oakland, Cal., 1874-77; Thomaston, Me., 1877-82; Farmington, Me.,
1883-87; Kennebunkport, Me., 1888-9 5; Charlestown, Mass., 1896-
1901. Genealogist, Boston, Mass., 1901-.

Howard Lyman Prince. A.M., 1865; LL.B., George Washington
Univ., 1876. b. 17 May, 1840, Cumberland, Me. Q. M. Serg., 20th
Me. Vols., 1862; 1st Lieut., 1864; Capt., 1864. Teacher, Portland,
Me., 1865-68. U. S. Civil Service, Washington, D. C, 1871-75. Clerk,
Dist. Columbia Police Court, 1875-88. Librarian, U. S. Patent Office,
1888-.

Isaac Warren Starbird. A.M., 1865; M.D., Dartmouth, 1878. b.
6 Aug., 1839, Litchfield, Me. Capt., 19th Me. Vols., 1862; Major,
1864; Colonel, 1864; Bvt. Brig.-Gen., 1865. Mercantile business,
Portland, Me., 1865-75. Physician, Portland, Me., Richmond, Me.,
1878-86; Boston, Mass., 1886-95. Surgeon, Soldiers' Home, Chelsea,
Mass., 1895-1905. d. 2 Feb., 1907, Boston, Mass.

Henry Otis Thayer. A.M., 1865. b. 2 Dec, 1832, Paris, Me. Ban-
gor Theol. Sem., 1865. Pastor, Solon and Bingham, Me., 1865-67;
Woolwich, Me., 1867-89; Limington and E. Baldwin, Me., 1889-93;
Gray, Me., 1893-95. Historical research, Portland, Me., 1895-1903.
Res., New York City, 190 3-.

Josiah Augustus Temple, b. 8 July, 1836, Litchfield, Me. Teach-
er, Bath, Me., 1862-63. 17th Me. Vols., 1863. Lawyer, Chicago,
111.; Minneapolis, Minn.

Almon Libby Varney. A.M., 1865. b. 5 Apr., 1839, Windham, Me.
Lieut., 13th Me. Vols., 1861; Capt., 1862. 2d Lieut., Ord. Dept.,
U.S.A., 1865; 1st Lieut., 1874; Capt., 1874; Major, 1891; Lieut.-Col.,
19 01; retired, 1903; Col., retired, 1904. Res., Washington, D. C.

Charles Henry Verrill. A.M., 1865; Ph.D., Lafayette, 1881. b. 29
May, 1837, Dorchester, Mass. Prin., Corinth Acad., Me., 1862-65.
Prof., Math., State Normal Sch., Mansfield, Penn., 1865-69; Princi-
pal, 1869-77. Prin., Delaware Literary Inst., Franklin, N. Y., 1877-
97. Res., Mansfield, Penn., 1898-99. Mayor, d. 23 June, 1899,
Harrisburg, Penn.

Daniel Wingate Waldron. A.M., 1867. b. 11 Nov., 1840, Augusta,
Me. Andover Theol. Sem., 1866. Pastor, E. Weymouth, Mass., 1866-
71; E. Boston, Mass., 1871-72. With City Missionary Soc'y, Boston,
1873-; Supt. and Sec'y, 1891-. Chaplain, Mass. House Rep., 1879-.

Henry Warren, b. 3 Feb., 1840, Guilford, Me. 7th Me. Vols.,
1861; Lieut., 1862; Capt., 1863. d. 18 May, 1864, Spottsylvania
Court House, Va.

Marcus Wight. A.M., 1865. b. 7 July, 1838, Albany, Me. Teach-
er, St. Albans Acad., Hartland, Me., 1862-63. 29th Me. Vols., 1864.
Lieut., 4th Cav., U.S.C.T., 1864. Insurance, Portland and Skowhe-
gan, Me., 1866-76. Advertising agent, Lowell, Mass., 1877-1901.
Journalist, Boston, Mass., 1901-.

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Class of 1863

Joseph Clement Bates. A.M., 1866. b. 1 July, 1836, Richmond,
Me. Teacher, San Francisco, Cal., Redwood City, Cal., 1863-66.
Lawyer, San Francisco, Cal., 1867-. Cal. Leg., 1903.

Charles Upham Bell. A.M., 1866; LL.D., 1902. b. 26 Feb., 1843,
Exeter, N. H. 42d Mass. Vols., 1864. Harvard Law Sch., 1864-65.
Lawyer, Exeter, N. H., 1866-71; Lawrence, Mass., 1871-98. Justice,
Mass. Superior Court, 1898-. Res., Andover, Mass., 1901-. Over-
seer, 18 88-.

Thomas Taylor Beverage, b. 13 Aug., 1838, Thomaston, Me.
Teacher, d. 11 May, 1864.

Addison Blanchard. b. 12 Feb., 1840, Cumberland, Me. 157th
N. Y. Vols., 1864. 2d Lieut., 21st U.S.C.T., 1865. Andover Theol.
Sem., 1868. Pastor, S. Bridgton, Me., 1868-72; Westbrook, Me.,.
1872-77. Miss'y, Me. Miss'y Soc'y, 1877-80. Pastor, St. John, N. B.,.
1880-81. Supt., Amer. H. M. Soc'y for Col., Wyo. and N. M., 1882-
84; for Kan., 1885-87; and Miss'y, Mich., 1888-89. Pastor, Mason
City, Iowa, 1888; Denver, Col., 1889-1907. Without charge, Rogers,
Ark.

George Edgar Brown, b. 1 Nov., 1841, Hampden, Me. Lieut., 22d
Me. Vols., 1862. U. S. Civil Service, Washington, D. C, 1865-67.
Lawyer, Washington, D. C, 1867-73. d. 29 Apr., 1873, Georgetown,.
D. C.

Horace Rundlett Cheney. A.M., 1866; LL.B., Harvard, 1868. b.
29 Oct., 1844, Parsonsfield, Me. Tutor and Librarian, Bates Coll.,
1863-66. Lawyer, Boston, Mass., 1868-76. d. 13 Dec, 1876, Phila-
delphia, Penn.

Alvah Berton Dearborn. A.M., 1866; M.D., 1870. b. 3 Aug.,
1842, Topsham, Me. Teacher, California, 1863-65. Physician, E.
Salisbury, Mass., 1870-74; Newburyport, Mass., 1874-84; Somerville,
Mass., 1884-1906. d. 19 Aug., 1906.

John Wheeler Duxbury. A.M., 1866. b. 4 Oct., 1844, Dover, N.
H. Telegraph Corps, U.S.A., 1863-65. Inspector, Western Union
Tel. Co., 1865-82. Supt., Providence Tel. Co., R. I., 1882-89; Cen-
tral Div., N. E. Tel. & Tel. Co., Lowell, Mass., 1889-96. d. 13 Jan.,
1896.

George Addison Emery. A.M., 1866. b. 14 Nov., 1839, Saco, Me.
Lawyer, Saco, 1866-. Judge, Municipal Court, 1867-71. Maine Leg.,
1881-84. Trustee, Thornton Acad.

James Lewis Fogg. A.M., 1867. b. 10 Dec, 1835, Windham, Me.
Teacher, New York City, 1864-65; Sacramento, Cal., 1866-67. Mer-
cantile business, Portland, Me., 1867-75; San Francisco, Cal., 1875-
78. Insurance, Oakland, Cal., 1878-1901. d. 12 Oct., 1901.

Rodelphus Howard Gilmore. A.M., 1866; LL.B., Albany Law Sch.,
N. Y., 1865. b. 19 Feb., 1842, Leeds, Me. Lawyer, Cedar Rapids,
Iowa, 1865-80; Golden, Col., 1880-82; Denver, Col., 1882-. Presi-
dential elector, 1872. U. S. Register Bankruptcy, 1873-80. Colorado-
Leg., 1885.



1863 Graduates, 181

Thomas Martin Giveen. A.M., 1866. b. 29 Mar., 1841, Brunswick,
Me. Lawyer, Portland, Me., 1867-74; Brunswick, Me., 1874-1906.
Res., Topsham, Me. d. 28 Mar., 1906.

Benjamin Dwight Greene. A.M., 1866. b. 26 June, 1844, South-
bridge, Mass. U. S. Military Acad., 1866. Capt., Engineer Corps,
U.S.A. Civil engineer and contractor, New York City. Res., Paris,
France, 19 11-.

William Ellsworth Greene. A.M., 1866. b. 14 Nov., 1836, Farm-
ington, Me. Lawyer, Stockton, Cal., 1864-68. California Leg., 1865-
66. County Judge, 1868-74. Lawyer, San Francisco, Cal., 1875-80.
Judge, Superior Court, Alameda Co., 1880-1905. Res., Oakland, Cal.
d. 7 Aug., 1905, San Francisco, Cal.

George Augustine Haines. A.M., 1866. b. 2 Aug., 1843, Bidde-
ford, Me. Cotton manufacturing, Biddeford, 1863-66. Cotton bro-
ker, Mobile, Ala., 1871-73; Boston, Mass., 1873-81. Res., Cadenab-
bia, Italy.

George Goodwin Harriman. b. 2 Jan., 1842, Conway, N. H. Roch-
ester Theol. Sem., 1868. Pastor, Penacook, N. H., 1868-73; Urbana,
O., 1873-78; Tiffin, O., 1878-82. Telephone business, Cleveland, O.,
1882-83; Morelia, Mexico, 1883-90. Mining, Morelia, Mexico, 1890-.

George Lewis Holmes. A.M., 1866. b. 30 Jan., 1843, Ellsworth,
Me. Lawyer, Ellsworth, 1865-67. Invalid, 1867-84. d. 13 Jan.,
1884, Augusta, Me.

James Madison Howe. b. 23 Oct., 1836, Fryeburg, Me. Lieut.,
23d Me. Vols., 1862. Lawyer, Fryeburg, 1866. Maine Leg., 1865.
Mining, Montana, 1867-87. Res., Fryeburg, Me., 1887-94. d. 17
Feb., 1894.

Thomas Wright Hale Hussey. A.M., 1866. b. 30 May, 1836, Bar-
rington, N. H. Prin., High Sch., Salmon Falls, N. H., 1864-65; Saco,
Me.; Wellesley, Mass., 1866-67; Nashua, N. H., 1867-75; Methuen,
Mass., 1876-83; Franklin Acad., Dover, N. H., 1885-98. Res., Read-
ing, Mass., 1898-1902. d. 6 Sept., 1902.

Henry Irving Jordan. M.D., Columbia, 1867. b. 31 Jan., 1844,
Westbrook, Me. Physician, Portland, Me., 1867-69. d. 16 Oct.,
1870, Stillwater, Minn.

Henry Kimball. A.M., 1866. b. 14 Dec, 1833, Shapleigh, Me.
Lawyer, Rochester, N. H., 1869-1905. d. 25 Feb., 1905.

Gideon Libby. A.M., 1866. b. 13 Mar., 1837, Saco, Me. Teacher,
Maine, 1863-65. Garrett Biblical Inst., 1867. Pastor, Sterling, 111.;
Bethel, 111.; Alden, 111.; Dunlieth, 111.; Channahon, 111.; Plattville, 111.
Teacher, Math., Rock River Sem., 111. d. 6 Sept., 1879, Bethel, 111.

George Manlius Pease. M.D., 1867. b. 15 Dec, 1841, Bridgton,
Me. 7th Me. Battery. Physician, Bridgton, Me. Acting Asst. Surg.,
U.S.A., 1872-73. d. 18 Dec, 1873.

Adoniram Judson Pickard. A.M., 1866; M.D., Homeopathic Hosp.
Coll., Cleveland, O., 1872. b. 24 Dec, 1838, Hampden, Me. 1st
Lieut, and Adj., 2d Me. Cav., 1863. U. S. Coll. Customs, Pensacola,
Fla., 1866-69. Physician, Pensacola, Fla., 1872-79. d. 26 Dec,
1882, Carmel, Me.



1 82 Bowdoin College 1863

Frederick William Augustine Pike. b. 27 May, 1842, Cornish, Me.
d. 3 Jan., 1864.

Evans Searle Pillsbury. LL.D., 1905. b. 8 Aug., 1839, Monson,
Me. Lieut., 1st Me. Cav., 1861. Lawyer, Stockton, Cal., 1865-74.
Dist. Att'y, 1866-70, 1872-74. Lawyer, San Francisco, Cal., 1874-.

Nathaniel French Putnam. A.M., 1866. b. 2 Feb., 1839, Croydon,
N. H. Gen. Theol. Sem., N. Y., 1866. Rector, Poultney, Vt., 1866-
69; St. Albans, Vt., 1869-76; St. Johnsbury, Vt., 1876-82; Salt Lake
City, Utah, 1882-91. d. 26 Apr., 1891.

Frank Chadbourne Remick. b. 29 Aug., 1841, Cornish, Me.
Louisiana Civil Service, New Orleans, La., 1869-75. Commission
merchant, Chicago, 111., 1876-1906. Res., Cochituate, Mass.

Richard Winfield Robinson. A.M., 1866. b. 9 Jan., 1840, Port-
land, Me. Harvard Law Sch. Lawyer, Yarmouth, Me., 1865-66;
Portland, Me., 1866-74; Chicago, 111., 1874-.

Charles Burnham Shackford. b. 29 Dec, 18 40, Barrington, N. H.
N. H. Civil Service, 18 64-67. Lawyer, Dover, N. H., 187 3-81. Coun-
ty Att'y, 1876-81. d. 2 Jan., 1881.

Andrew Jackson Smith. A.M., 1873. b. 10 Sept., 1836, Swan's
Island, Me. Bangor Theol. Sem., 1866. Pastor, Rockport, Me., 1866-
68; Boothbay, Me., 1868-72; Waterford, Me., 1872-76. d. 16 Nov.,
1876.

Andrew Robinson Giddinge Smith. A.M., 1866; M.D., Dartmouth,
1867. b. 2 May, 1841, Bridgton, Me. Hospital Steward, 2d Me. Cav.,
1863; Asst. Surg., 1865. Physician, N. Whitefield, Me., 1868-1911.
Maine Leg., 1875; Senate, 1879-80, 1891-92. Member Council, 1885-
86. State Board of Health, 1893-1903. d. 2 Feb., 1911.

Benjamin Fuller Smith. A.M., 1878. b. 28 Feb., 1842, Wiscasset,
Me. Lawyer, Chicago, 111., 18 6 6-71; Wiscasset, Me., 1871-85. Coun-
ty Att'y. d. 23 Mar., 1885.

Newman Smyth. A.M., 1866; D.D., N. Y. Univ., 1881; also Yale,
1895. b. 25 June, 1843, Brunswick, Me. Lieut., 16th Me. Vols.,
1864. Andover Theol. Sem., 1867. Pastor, Bangor, Me., 1870-75;
Quincy, 111., 1875-82; New Haven, Conn., 1882-1907. Fellow, Yale,
1899-. Res., New Haven, Conn., 1907-.

Albion Wesley Stuart. A.M., 1866. b. 11 June, 1839, Etna, Me.
Teacher, Anson, Me., 1863-65; Parsonsfield, Me., 1865-66; Abington,
Mass., 1866-67. Supt. Schs., Marion, Iowa, 1867-69; Des Moines,
Iowa, 1869-72; Fort Dodge, Iowa, 1872-76; Ottumwa, Iowa, 18 7 6-.

Edward Lewis Sturtevant. A.M., 1866; M.D., Harvard, 1866. b.
23 Jan., 1842, Boston, Mass. Lieut., 24th Me. Vols., 1862; Capt.,
186 3. Farming, South Framingham, Mass., 1867-82. Director, N.
Y. Agr. Exp. Station, Geneva, N. Y., 1882-87. Agricultural research,
South Framingham, Mass., 1887-98. d. 30 July, 1898.

Isaiah Trufant. A.M., 1866. b. 16 Dec, 1833, Harpswell, Me.
Prin., High Sch., Castine, Me., 1863-64; Nichols Acad., Dudley, Mass.,
1864-66; Hackettstown, N. J., 1866-77; Miami Classical Sch., Oxford,
O., 1877-88; Augusta, Ky., 1888-90; Parsonsfield Sem., Me., 1890-99.
d. 21 July, 1899, Harpswell, Me.

Cyrus Bede Varney. A.M., 1866. b. 13 Oct., 1839, Windham, Me.



1863-64 Graduates 185,

Teacher, Waverly, N. Y., 1864-65; Westbrook Sem., Me., 1866-74.
Prin., Eng. and Class. Sen., Portland, Me., 1874-87; Insurance, 1887-
99. Trustee, Westbrook Sem., 189 2-. Res., Portland, 189 9-.

Charles Chaplin Watson. A.M., 1866. b. 25 Sept., 1835, Gilford,
N. H. Union Theol. Sem., 1866. Pastor, Dover, N. H., 1867-71;
Hinsdale, N. H., 1871-77; Wareham, Mass., 1877-89; Lynn, Mass.,
1889-94; without charge, Lynn, 1894-1910. d. 18 Sept., 1910.

Jacob Brackett Webber, b. 23 Aug., 1836, Freeport, Me. Teach-
er, Westbrook Sem., Me. d. Sept., 1863.

Alexander Drummond Willard. A.M., 1866; LL.B, George Wash-
ington Univ., 1869. b. 24 Nov., 1836, New Portland, Me. Teacher,
Marblehead, Mass. U. S. Civil Service, War Dept., Washington, D.
C, 1865-70; Treas. Dept., 1870-1910. d. 21 July, 1910, Farmington,.
Me.

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Class of 1864

Frederick Hunt Appleton. A.M., 1878; LL.D., 1908. b. 14 Jan.,



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