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Wynn, Me., 1911-.

Erastus Eugene Holt, Jr. A.B., 1907.

Ernest Davis Humphreys, b. 22 Dec, 1884, Brownville, Me. Asst.
Surg., Canadian Pacific Ry., 1910-11. Physician, Jackman, Me.,
1911-.

Adam Phillips Leighton, Jr. b. 23 Jan., 1887, Portland, Me. Phy-
sician, Portland, 1912-.

Frank Mikelsky Mikels. A.B., 19 05.

James Atwood Crowell Milliken. b. 25 Nov., 1885, New Bedford,
Mass. Asst. Physician, State Hosp., Fort Steilacoom, Wash. d. 29
Dec, 1910, New Bedford, Mass.

Christian Vilhelm Ostergren. A.B., Stockholms Norra Latinlaro-
verk, 1894. b. 4 May, 1874, Norrkoping, Sweden. Physician, Stock-
holm, Me., 1911-.

Blinn Whittemore Russell. A.B., 19 07.

Charles Frederick Traynor. b. 8 Mar., 1874, Biddeford, Me. Phy-
sician, Biddeford, Me., 1911-.

Ricardo Geronimo Valladares. M.D., Havana Univ., 1911. b.
1884, Manicaragua, Cuba. Physician, Manicaragua, Cuba, 1911-.

Merlon Ardeen Webber. A.B., 1907.

Millard Carroll Webber. A.B., 1907.

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1911-12 Medical Graduates 419

Medical Class of 1911

Albert Kilburn Baldwin. A.B., Bates, 1905. b. 25 Mar., 1878,
Taunton, Mass. Maine General Hospital, Portland, Me., 19 11-.

James Donald Clement, b. 29 Jan., 1888, Belfast, Me. Physician,
Portland, Me., 19 11-.

Frank Stephen Dolley. B.L., Pomona Coll., 1907. b. 26 July,
1885, Falmouth, Me. Interne, Roosevelt Hospital, New York City,
1911-.

Everett Clifton Higgins. A.B., Bates, 1903. b. 2 Feb., 1880, Pitts-
field, Me. Central Maine Gen. Hosp., Lewiston, 1911-12.

Elmer Herbert Jackson, b. 24 Feb., 1888, Jefferson, Me. Interne,
Maine Gen. Hosp., Portland, Me., 1911-12.

Charles Jewell Nason. b. 17 Dec, 1885, Hampden, Me. Physi-
cian, Bangor, Me., 19 11-.

Carl Hervey Stevens, b. 18 Oct., 1885, Northport, Me. Instructor,
Pathology and Histology, 19 11-.

Cornelius John Taylor, b. 19 Dec, 1887, Bangor, Me.

Malford Wilcox Thewlis. b. 4 Dec, 1889, Wakefield, R. I. Physi-
cian, Wakefield, 19 11-.

Francis Howe Webster. B.S., Univ. Maine, 1904. b. 8 Jan., 1883,
Stockton Springs, Me. Physician, Brownville Junction, Me., 1911-.

Charles Greene Wharton. B.S., Pomona Coll., 1907. b. 1883,
Henderson, Mo. Res., Tulare, Cal.

Charles Moore Wilson, b. 6 June, 1883, Waterford, Me. Interne,
Salem Hosp., Salem, Mass., 19 11-.

Gustaf Fritz Robert Wollin. b. 23 Nov., 1873, Ystad, Sweden.

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Medical Class of 1912

Candidates for the Degree of M. D.

Roland Joseph Bennett, b. 20 Nov., 1889, Dover, N. H. Res., Do-
ver.

Freeman Fletcher Brown, b. 18 May, 1888, Vinalhaven, Me. Res.,
Vinalhaven.

George Henry Buck. A. B . , 1909.

Walter Jean Hammond. A.B., Colby, 1905. b. 22 May, 1881,
Paris, Me. Res., Howland, Me.

Harry Hallock Lente. b. 25 Oct., 1886, South Thomaston, Me.
Res., Franklin, Mass.

Clyde Harold Merrill, b. 22 Sept., 1889, Auburn, Me. Res., Au-
burn.

Franklin Aborn Perkins. M.D., Coll. Phys. and Surg., Boston,
1911. b. 28 Dec, 1883, Medford, Mass. Res., Madbury, N. H.

Harold Sewall Pratt. A.B., 1909.

William Rosen, b. 20 Jan., 1889, Bialystock, Russia. Res., New
Bedford, Mass.

Clarence Linwood Scamman. b. 7 June, 1888, St. Albans, Me.
Res., Hartland, Me.

Oramel Henry Stanley. A.B., 1909.

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HONORARY GRADUATES



1806

Ebenezer Hunt Beckford. A.B.; A.B., Harvard, 1805. b. 1 July,
1786, Salem, Mass. Invalid, Andover, Mass. d. 10 Mar., 1869.

Oliver Bray. A.M.; A.B., Yale, 1795; A.M., Yale, 1798. b. 2 Apr.,
1776, Guilford, Conn. Lawyer, Portland, Me., 1803-23. d. 26 Dec,
1823.

Jason Chamberlain. A.B.; A.B., Brown, 1804; A.M., Brown, 1807;
A.M., Univ. Vt., 1811. b. 9 Feb., 1783, Holliston, Mass. Pastor,
Thomaston, Me., 1806-11. Prof., Greek and Latin, Univ. Vt., 1811-
14. Lawyer, d. 1821, Arkansas.

Thomas Jeffries Eckley. A.B.; A.B., Harvard, 1804; A.M., Har-
vard, 1807. b. 26 Dec, 1784, Boston, Mass. Lawyer, Philadelphia,
Penn. d. 13 Feb., 1846.

James Henderson Elliot. A.M.; A.B., Harvard, 1802; A.M., Har-
vard, 1805. b. 11 July, 1782, Boston, Mass. d. 20 Apr., 1808.

Abraham Eustis. A.B.; A.B., Harvard, 1804; A.M., Harvard, 1807.
b. 28 Mar., 1786, Petersburg, Va. Capt., Lt. Art'y, U.S.A., 1808;
Major, 1810; Lieut.-Col., 1822; Col., 1834; Bvt. Brig.-Gen., 1834. d.

27 June, 1843, Portland, Me.

James Charles Jewett. A.M.; A.B., Harvard, 1800; A.M., Harvard,
1803. b. 28 Nov., 1779, Portland, Me. d. 1822, Ipswich, Mass.

Thomas Morton Jones. A.B.; A.B., Harvard, 1806; A.M., Harvard,
1809. b. 13 May, 1787, Boston, Mass. d. 1857, London, England.

Isaac Lincoln. A.M.; M.D., 1831. See Overseers.

Samuel Orne. A.B.; A.B., Harvard, 1804; also Yale, 1804; A.M.,
Harvard, 1807. b. 30 Jan., 1786, Salem, Mass. Merchant, Salem, d.

28 July, 1830, Springfield, Mass.

Albion Keith Parris. A.B. See Trustees.

Leverett Saltonstall. A.M.; A.B., Harvard, 1802; also Yale, 1802;
A.M., Harvard, 1805; LL.D., Harvard, 1838. b. 13 June, 1783,
Haverhill, Mass. Lawyer, Salem, Mass. Pres., Mass. Senate, 1831.
Member Congress, 1838-43. d. 8 May, 1845, Salem, Mass.

Ichabod Tucker. A.M.; A.B., Harvard, 1791; A.M., Harvard, 1794;
also Yale, 1804. b. 17 Apr., 1767, Harvard, Mass. Lawyer, Haver-
hill, Mass. Clerk of Courts, Salem, Mass. d. 22 Oct., 1846.

Owen Warland. A.B.; A.B., Harvard, 1804; A.M., Harvard, 1807.
b. 26 Aug., 1783, Cambridge, Mass. Lawyer, d. 7 Mar., 1816, Ma-
tanzas, Cuba.



422 Bowdoin College 1807-15

1807

John Merrick. A.M. See Overseers.

Henry Putnam. A.M.; A.B., Harvard, 1802; A.M., Harvard, 1805.
b. 28 June, 1778, Reading, Mass. Lawyer, Brunswick, Me. d. 12
Jan., 1827, Reading, Mass.

Isaac Gardner Reed. A.M. See Overseers.

Nathan Weston. A.M.; LL.D., 1843. See Trustees.

1808

Andrew Greenwood. A.M. See Overseers.

Samuel Emerson Smith. A.B. See Trustees.

Charles Wheeler. A.B.; A.B., Brown, 1807; A.M., Brown, 1810.
b. 8 Apr., 1784, Rowley, Mass. Teacher, Wiscasset, Me.; Salem,
Mass.; Middleboro, Mass.; Washington, Penn., 1813-39. Baptist min-
istry, Boston, Mass., 1812; Washington, Penn., 1814-39. Pres., Rec-
tor Coll., Pruntytown, W. Va., 1839-51. d. 11 Jan., 1851.

1809

Benjamin Jones Porter. A.M. See Trustees.

John Phillips Thurston. A.M.; A.B., Dartmouth, 179 7; A.M., Dart-
mouth, 1800. b. 22 Feb., 1781, Exeter, N. H. Merchant, Portland,
Me., 1805-22; New York City, 1822-32. d. 28 June, 1832.

1812

Bezaleel Cushman. A.B.; A.B., Dartmouth, 1811; A.M., Dart-
mouth, 1814. b. 13 Sept., 1785, Hebron, Me. Teacher, Bridgton,
Me., 1811-15; Portland, Me., 1815-41. U. S. Surveyor Customs, Port-
and, 1841-44, 1849-53. d. 21 June, 1857.

David Sewall. LL.D. See Overseers.

Benjamin Vaughan. LL.D.; also Harvard, 1807; M.D., Edinburgh,
1781. b. 19 Apr., 1751, Jamaica, W. I. Private Secretary to Lord
Shelburne, 1782-83. Merchant, London, Eng., 1781-94. Member
Parliament, 1792-94. Res., Hallowell, Me., 1797-1835. d. 8 Dec,
1835.

1815

Winthrop Bailey. A.M. See Officers of Instruction.

David Brigham. A.M. See Officers of Instruction.

Benjamin Burge. A.M. See Officers of Instruction.

Jonathan Cogswell. A.M. See Overseers.

Stephen Fales. A.M. See Officers of Instruction.

Alvan Lamson. A.B. See Officers of Instruction.

Jeremiah Mason. LL.D.; also Harvard, 1817; also Dartmouth,
1823; A.B., Yale, 1788; A.M., Yale, 1796. b. 27 Apr., 1768, Leba-
non, Conn. Lawyer, Westmoreland, N. H., 1791-94; Walpole, N. H.,
1794-97; Portsmouth, N. H., 1797-1832; Boston, Mass., 1832-48.
Att'y-Gen., N. H., 1802-05. U. S. Senate, 1813-17. N. H. Leg., 1820-
21, 1824. d. 14 Oct., 1848, Boston, Mass.



1815-20 Honorary Graduates 423,

Moses Merrill. A.M.; A.B., Dartmouth, 1810; A.M., Dartmouth,
1813. b. 8 May, 1782, Falmouth, Me. Teacher, Baltimore, Md. d.
11 Apr., 1853.

Andrews Norton. A.M. See Officers of Instruction.

Nathan Parker. A.M. See Officers of Instruction.

Benjamin Tappan. A.M.; D.D., 1845. See Overseers.

John White. A.M. See Officers of Instruction.

Nathaniel Whitman. A.M. See Officers of Instruction.

Samuel Willard. A.M. See Officers of Instruction.

1817

Dudley Atkins. A.B.; A.B. , Harvard, 1816; A.M., Harvard, 1819;
M.D., Univ. Penn., 1820. b. 12 June, 1798, Newburyport, Mass. Phy-
sician, New York City. d. 7 Apr., 1845, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Charles Briggs. A.B. See Officers of Instruction.

Simon Greenleaf. A.M. See Overseers.

Henry Robinson. A.M. See Officers of Instruction.

Samuel Sumner Wilde. LL.D. See Trustees.

1818

Joseph Huntington Jones. A.B. See Officers of Instruction.

Moses Fenelon Randall. M.D.; A.B., Brown, 1814; A.M., Brown,
1817. d. before 1849.

Benjamin Silliman. M.D.; A.B., Yale, 1796; A.M., Yale, 1799;
LL.D., Middlebury, 1826. b. 8 Aug., 1779, Trumbull, Conn. Prof.,
Chem. and Nat. Hist., Yale, 1802-53; Prof. Emeritus, 1853-64. d. 24
Nov., 1864, New Haven, Conn.

Levi Whitman. A.M.; A.B., Harvard, 1808; A.M., Harvard, 1811.
b. 16 Jan., 1789, Wellfleet, Mass. Lawyer, Norway, Me., 1811-67.
Mass. Leg., 1813-16. County Att'y, 1815-33. d. 2 Oct., 1872, Har-
rison, Me.

1820

Frederick Allen. A.M.; LL.D., 1847. See Overseers.

Daniel Cony. A.M. See Overseers.

Jeremiah Elkins. A.M.; also Dartmouth, 1820; A.B., Dartmouth,
1817. b. 31 Aug., 1795, Andover, N. H. Lawyer, Washington, D. C;
Gilford, N. H.; Barnstead, N. H., 1834-47; Meredith, N. H., 1847-54.
d. 24 Feb., 1854.

Daniel Goodenow. A.M.; LL.D., 1860. See Trustees.

Prentiss Mellen. LL.D. See Trustees.

John Hannibal Sheppard. A.M. See Overseers.

Jonathan Delesdernier Weston. A.M.; A.B., Harvard, 1802; A.M.,
Harvard, 1828. b. 30 Apr., 1782, Reading, Mass. Lawyer, Eastport,
Me., 1803-34. Mass. Leg., 1813. County Att'y. d. 3 Oct., 1834.

Reuel Williams. A.M.; LL.D., 1855. See Trustees.



424 Bowdoin College 1821-24

1821

Samuel Bell. LL.D.; A.B., Dartmouth, 1793; A.M., Dartmouth,
1796. b. 9 Feb., 1770, Londonderry, N. H. Lawyer, Francestown,
N. H., 1796-1835; Chester, N. H., 1835-50. N. H. Leg., 1804-06;
Speaker, 1805-06; Pres., Senate, 1807-08; Exec. Council, 1809;
Judge, Supreme Court, 1816-19; Governor, 1819-23. U. S. Senate,
1823-35. Trustee, Dartmouth, 1808-11, 1819-23. d. 23 Dec, 1850.

Nathaniel Coffin. M.D. b. 20 Apr., 1744, Portland, Me. Physi-
cian, Portland, 1767-1826. Pres., Me. Med. Soc'y, 1821-22. d. 21
Oct., 1826.

Erastus Foote. A.M. See Trustees.

Benjamin Franklin Greene. M.D. Physician, Athens, Me.; Park-
man, Me. d. 7 Apr., 1869, Bridgewater, Me.

Enoch Lincoln. A.M. See Trustees.

Ichabod Nichols. D.D. See Trustees.

Gideon Wanton Olney. A.M.; also Brown, 1822. b. 1794. Rector,
Gardiner, Me.; Portland, Me. d. Feb., 1838.

Edward Payson. D.D. See Trustees.

William Wirt. LL.D.; also Princeton, 1816; also Harvard, 1824;
also Rutgers, 1830. b. 8 Nov., 1772, Bladensburg, Md. Lawyer,
Richmond, Va., 1799-1817. U. S. Dist. Att'y, 1816. U. S. Att'y-Gen.,
1817-29. d. 18 Feb., 1834, Washington, D. C.

1822

Hall Chase. M.D. b. 17 Apr., 1792, Fryeburg, Me. Physician,
Waterville, Me., 1816-51. d. 20 July, 1851.

Francois Andre Michaux. M.D.; also Paris, b. 16 Aug., 1770,
Versailles, France. Botanist, d. 23 Oct., 1855, Vaureal, France.

John Pickering. LL.D.; also Harvard, 1835; A.B., Harvard, 179 6;
A.M., Harvard, 1799. b. 7 Feb., 1777, Salem, Mass. Lawyer, Salem,
Mass., 1801-27; Boston, Mass., 1827-46. City solicitor, 1829-46.
Pres., Amer. Oriental Soc'y. Pres., Amer. Acad. Arts and Sciences.
Mass. Leg., 1812, 1814, 1826; Senate, 1815-16, 1829; Council, 1818.
d. 5 May, 1846.

1824

Solomon Adams. A.M.; A.B., Harvard, 1820; A.M., Harvard, 1852.
b. 30 May, 1797, Middleton, Mass. Andover Theol. Sem., 1823.
Prin., Washington Acad., East Machias, Me., 1823-28. Teacher,
Portland, Me., 1828-40; Boston, Mass., 1840-56. Res., Auburndale,
Mass., 1856-70. d. 20 July, 1870.

Parker Cleaveland. LL.D. See Officers of Instruction.

John Wallace Ellingwood. A.M.; D.D., 1851. See Overseers.

Jonathan Greenleaf. A.M.; D.D., Princeton, 1863. b. 4 Sept.,
1785, Newburyport, Mass. Pastor, Wells, Me., 1815-28; Boston,
Mass., 1828-33. Editor, "Sailors' Magazine," New York City. Pas-
tor, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1843-65. d. 24 Apr., 1865.

Marie Jean Paul Roch Yves Gilbert Motier, Marquis de Lafayette.
LL.D.; also Harvard, 1784; also Princeton, 1790; also William and



1824-34 Honorary Graduates 425

Mary, 1824; also Univ. Penn., 1825. b. 6 Sept., 1757, Chavagnac,
Auvergne, France. Major-General, U.S.A., 1777. Vice-President,
National Assembly, France. Commander-in-Chief, National Guard,
France, d. 20 May, 1834, Paris, France.

1825

Luther Cary. M.D. b. 31 May, 1761, Bridgewater, Mass. Physi-
cian, Turner, Me., 1798-1848. Pres., Me. Med. Soc'y, 1824-25. d. 12
June, 1848.

Asa Cummings. A.M.; D.D., 1847. See Trustees.

Samuel Green. A.M. See Officers of Instruction.

William Jenks. D.D.; LL.D., 1862. See Trustees.

Edward Reynolds. M.D.; also Brown, 1825; A.B., Harvard, 1811;
A.M., Harvard, 1814. b. 28 Feb., 1793, Boston, Mass. Prof., Sur-
gery, Tremont Med. School. Physician and opthalmologist, Boston,
Mass. d. 25 Dec, 1881.

John Smyth Rogers. M.D.; also Coll. Phys. and Surg., N. Y., 1821;
A. B., Columbia, 1812; also Harvard, 1827. b. 1794. Prof., Chem.
and Nat. Sci., Trinity, 1828-39. Prof., Mat. Med., N. Y. Coll. of Phar-
macy. Trustee, Coll. Phys. and Surg., N. Y., 1849-51. d. 30 Mar.,
1851.

1827

Grenville Temple Winthrop. A.B.; A.B., Columbia, 1827; also
Harvard, 1827; A.M., Columbia, 1830. b. 23 Mar., 1807, Boston,
Mass. Lawyer, Boston, 1830-46. Mass. Leg., 1834. d. 14 Sept.,
1852, Cambridge, Mass.

1828

Henry Bowen Clarke Greene. A.M.; M.D., Harvard, 1819. b. 3
Apr., 1800, Saco, Me. Physician, Saco, 1819-24; Boston, Mass., 1824-
48. d. 30 Jan., 1848.

Stephen Longfellow. LL.D. See Trustees.

1829
William Pitt Preble. LL.D. See Trustees.

1831

John Angier Hyde. M.D. b. 10 July, 1771, Rehoboth, Mass. Phy-
sician, Freeport, Me. Maine Leg., 1829. d. 19 Feb., 1857.

Jonathan Palmer Rogers. A.M. b. 10 Oct., 1802, Acton, Me.
Lawyer, Bangor, Me. Att'y-Gen., Me., 1832-33. Me. Senate, 1834.
d. 26 Nov., 1846, Boston, Mass.

1834
Rufus Babcock. D.D.; A.B., Brown, 1821; A.M., Brown, 1824. b.
18 Sept., 1798, North Colebrook, Conn. Pastor, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.,
1823-26; Salem, Mass., 1826-33. Pres., Colby Coll., 1833-36. Pas-
tor, Philadelphia, Penn.; New Bedford, Mass.; Poughkeepsie, N. Y.;
Paterson, N. J. Pres., Amer. Baptist Pub. Soc'y. Trustee, Brown
Univ., 1828-75; George Washington Univ., 1838-44; Vassar Coll.,
1861-75. d. 4 May, 1875, Salem, Mass.



426 Bowdoin College 1836-39

1836

Gershom Flagg Cox. A.M. b. 9 Nov., 1799, Hallowell, Me. Meth.
Epis. ministry, York, Me., 1830-31; Portland, Me., 1831-33; Gorham,
Me., 1833-34; Ag't, Me. Wes. Sem., 1834-35; Soc'y Editor, Me. Wes.
Journal, 1836-39; Presiding Elder, Portland Dist., Me., 18 39-42; Or-
rington, Me., 1842-43; Saco, Me., 1843-45; Saccarappa, Me., 1845-
46; Portland, Me., 1846-48; Bath, Me., 1848-49; New Eng. Confer-
ence, 1849-64. Without charge, Salem, Mass. d. 16 Nov., 1879.

Elisha Jones Ford. M.D. b. 25 July, 1787, Gray, Me. Physician,
Jefferson, Me., 1811-17; Alna, Me., 1817-37; Gardiner, Me., 1837-58.
Maine Leg., 1825. d. 22 Jan., 1858.

Robert Goodenow. A.M. b. 19 Apr., 1800, Henniker, N. H. Law-
yer, Wilton, Me., 1822-32; Farmington, Me., 1832-74. County Att'y.
Maine Bank Commissioner, 1858-62. Member Congress, 1851-53. d.
15 May, 1874.

John Neal. A.M. b. 23 Aug., 1793, Portland, Me. Merchant, Bos-
ton, Mass., New York City, Baltimore, Md., 1814-16. Lawyer, au-
thor, journalist, Baltimore, 1817-24; England, 1824-27; Portland,
Me., 1827-76. d. 20 June, 1876.

Jonathan Page. M.D. See Overseers.

Thomas Price. D.D. Clergyman, London, d. 1865.

1837

Alden Bradford. LL.D. See Trustees.

Theophilus Parsons Chandler. A.M. b. 13 Oct., 1807, New Glou-
cester, Me. Lawyer, Bangor, Me., 1830-37; Boston, Mass., 1837-63.
U. S. Asst. Treasurer, Boston, 1863-68. d. 21 Dec, 1886, Brookline,
Mass.

Levi Jeff erson Ham. M.D. b. 16 Nov., 1805, Shapleigh, Me. Phy-
sician, Newfield, Me. Maine Senate, 18 37-38. Physician, South
Bend, Ind. Mayor, South Bend, 1880-84. Surg., 48th Ind. Vols.,
1862; Med. Director, d. 11 June, 18 87.

Ashur Ware. LL.D. See Trustees.

1838

Samuel Wells. A.M.; also Colby, 1833. b. 15 Aug., 1801, Dur-
ham, N. H. Lawyer, Waterville, Me., 1826-35; Hallowell, Me., 1835-
44; Portland, Me., 1844-47. Maine Leg., 1836-37. Judge, Supreme
Court, 1847-54. Governor, 1856. d. 15 July, 1868, Boston, Mass.

Daniel Williams. A.M.; also Colby, 1835. b. 12 Nov., 1795, Au-
gusta, Me. Lawyer, Augusta. Mayor, 1868. Maine Leg., 1831.
State Treasurer, 1837-40. Judge of Probate, 1848-55. d. 27 May,
1877.

1839

Thomas Curtis. D.D. b. 1788, England. Editor and publisher,
"Encyclopaedia Metropolitana," London, Eng. Pastor, Charleston,
S. C. Teacher, Limestone Springs, S. C. d. 29 Jan., 1859, Chesa-
peake Bay.



1843-46 Honorary Graduates 427

1843

Charles Bricket Haddock. D.D.; A.B., Dartmouth, 1816; A.M.,
Dartmouth, 1819. b. 20 June, 1796, Franklin, N. H. Prof., Rhetoric,
Dartmouth, 1819-38; Intellectual Phil, and Pol. Econ., 1838-54; Li-
brarian, 1826-51. U. S. Charge d'Affaires, Portugal, 1850-55. d. 15
Jan., 1861, West Lebanon, N. H.

William Giles Goddard. LL.D.; A.B., Brown, 1812; A.M., Brown,

1815. b. 2 Jan., 1794, Johnston, R. I. Prof., Moral Phil, and Meta-
physics, Brown, 1825-34; Belles-Lettres, 1834-42. Trustee, Brown,
1842-43; Fellow, 1843-46. d. 16 Feb., 1846, Providence, R. I.

Joseph McKeen. A.M. See Trustees.

Benjamin Page. M.D. b. 12 Apr., 1770, Exeter, N. H. Physician,
Hallowell, Me., 1791-1844. d. 25 Jan., 1844.

Eliakim Parker Scammon. A.M.; also Trinity, 1845. b. 27 Dec,

1816, Whitefield, Me. U. S. Military Acad., 1837. 2d Lieut., U.S.A.,
1837. Prof., Ethics and Mathematics, U. S. Military Acad., 1841-46.
Teacher, Cincinnati, O., 1856-61. Col., 23rd Ohio Vols., 1861. Brig.-
Gen., U.S.V., 1862. U. S. Consul, P. E. I., 1866-70. Prof., Math.,
Seton Hall Coll., Orange, N. J. d. 7 Dec, 1894, New York City.

Ezekiel Whitman. LL.D. See Overseers.

1845

John Fairfield. A.M. b. 30 Jan., 1797, Saco, Me. Lawyer, Saco.
Member Congress, 1835-39. Governor, 1839-40; 1842-43. U. S.
Senate, 1843-47. d. 24 Dec, 1847, Washington, D. C.

Joseph Reed Ingersoll. LL.D.; also Lafayette, 1836; A.B., Prince-
ton, 1804; A.M., Princeton, 1807; D.C.L., Oxford, 1845. b. 14 June,
178 6, Philadelphia, Penn. Lawyer, Philadelphia, Penn., 1807-35.
Member Congress, 1835-37; 1843-49. U. S. Minister, England, 1852-
53. d. 20 Feb., 1868.

John Alfred Poor. A.M. b. 8 Jan., 1808, Andover, Me. Lawyer,
Bangor, Me., 1832-46; Portland, Me., 1846-71. Editor and railroad
projector, d. 5 Sept., 1871.

George Putnam. D.D.; A.B., Harvard, 1826; A.M., Harvard, 1829.
b. 16 Aug., 1807, Sterling, Mass. Harvard Div. Sch., 1830. Pastor,
Roxbury, Mass., 1830-78. Fellow, Harvard, 1853-77. d. 11 Apr.,
1878.

1846

William Theodore Dwight. D.D. See Overseers.

Samuel Fessenden. LL.D. See Overseers.

Lorenzo Sabine. A.M.; also Harvard, 1848. b. 28 Feb., 1803, Lis-
bon, N. H. Merchant, Eastport, Me. Maine Leg., 1834-35. Member
Congress, 1852-53. Author, 1849-77. Sec'y, Board of Trade, Bos-
ton, Mass. d. 14 Apr., 1877.

George Shepard. D.D.; A.B., Amherst, 1824. b. 26 Aug., 1801,
Plainfield, Conn. Andover Theol. Sem., 1827. Pastor, Hallowell,
Me., 1828-36. Prof., Sacred Rhetoric, Bangor Theol. Sem., 1836-68.
d. 23 Mar., 1868.



428 Bowdoin College 1846-50

Stephen Thurston. A.M. b. 22 Dec, 1797, Sedgwick, Me. Ban-
gor Theol. Sem., 1825. Pastor, Searsport, Me., 1826-64. Sec'y,
Maine Missionary Soc'y, 1864-76. Res., Searsport, Me. d. 27 May,

1884.

1847

Samuel V aughan Merrick. A.M. b. 4 May, 1801, Hallowell, Me.
Manufacturer, Philadelphia, Penn., 1822-60. Pres., Penn. Central
R. R. d. 18 Aug., 1870.

Swan Lyman Pomeroy. D.D. See Overseers.

Richard Palmer Waters. A.M. b. 29 Sept., 1807, Salem, Mass.
U. S. Consul, Zanzibar, Africa, 1837-45. Res., North Beverly, Mass.
Mass. Leg. d. 19 May, 1887.

1848

John Adams Albro. D.D.; also Harvard, 1851; A.M., Yale, 1827.
b. 13 Aug., 1799, Newport, R. I. Andover Theol. Sem., 1827. Pas-
tor, Chelmsford, Mass., 1827-33; Fitchburg, Mass., 1833-35; Cam-
bridge, Mass., 1835-65. d. 20 Dec, 1866, West Roxbury, Mass.

John Barker. M.D. b. 12 Aug., 1785, Londonderry, N. H. Physi-
cian, Wilton, Me. Surgeon, U.S.A., 1812-14. d. 4 Feb., 1858, New
York City.

Reuel Barrows. M.D. b. 1791, Hebron, Me. Physician, Fryeburg,
Me. d. 18 July, 1857.

John Dempster. D.D.; also Wesleyan, 1848; also McKendree,
1848. b. 2 Jan., 1794, Florida, N. Y. Meth. Epis. ministry, Genesee,
Oneida, Black River and New York Conferences, 1818-46. Mission-
ary, Buenos Ayres, Argentine Republic, 1836-42. Prof., Theology,
Bibl. Institute, Concord, N. H., 1847-55. Pres., Garrett Bibl. Inst.,
Evanston, 111., 1855-63. d. 28 Nov., 1863, Chicago, 111.

Cyrus Eaton. A.M. b. 11 Feb., 1784, Framingham, Mass. Teach-
er and author, Warren, Me. d. 21 Jan., 1875.

1849

George Eliashib Adams. D.D. See Overseers.

Robert Charles Winthrop. LL.D.; also Kenyon, 1851; also Har-
vard, 1855; also Cambridge, 1874; A.B., Harvard, 1828; A.M., Har-
vard, 1831. b. 12 May, 1809, Boston, Mass. Lawyer, Boston, 1831-
40. Mass. Leg., 1834-40; Speaker, 1838-40. Member Congress,
1840-42, 1843-50; Speaker, 1847-48. U. S. Senate, 1850-51. Pres.,
Mass. Hist. Soc'y. d. 16 Nov., 1894.

1850

Hugh Johnston Anderson. A.M. b. 10 May, 1801, Wiscasset, Me.
Merchant, Belfast, Me., 1822-27. Clerk of Courts, Belfast, 1827-37.
Member Congress, 1837-41. Governor, 1844-46. U. S. Treasury
Dept., Washington, D. C, 1853-58; 6th Auditor, 1866-69. d. 31 May,
1881, Portland, Me.

John May Berry. M.D. b. 16 Oct., 1809, Newington, N. H. Phy-
sician, Great Falls, N. H. d. 5 Oct., 1856, Litchfield, Conn.



1850-55 Honorary Graduates 429

Jesse Appleton Melcher. A.M. b. 19 Aug., 1823, Brunswick, Me.
Teacher, Montgomery, Ala.; Howard Coll., Marion, Ala. Prin., Eu-
taw Female Inst. Teacher, Milwaukee, Wis. Insurance, San Fran-
cisco, Cal. d. 9 Oct., 1907, Redwood City, Cal.

Wooster Parker. A.M. b. 9 May, 1807, Underhill, Vt. Bangor
Theol. Sem., 1832. Pastor, Castine, Me., 1832-36; Orono, Me., 1836-
38; Brewer, Me., 1838-41; Foxcroft and Dover, Me., 1842-56; Bel-
fast, Me., 1856-70. Trustee, Bangor Theol. Sem., 1856-84. Res.,
Belfast, Me., 1870-84. d. 24 Jan., 1884.

Thomas Mather Smith. D.D.; A.B., Yale, 1816; A.M., Yale, 1819.
b. 7 Mar., 1796, Stamford, Conn. Andover Theol. Sem., 1820. Pas-
tor, Portland, Me., 1822-24; Fall River, Mass., 1826-31, 1839-42;
Catskill/N. Y., 1831-39. Prof., Systematic Divinity, Theol. Sem.,
Gambier, O., 1845-63. Pres., Kenyon Coll., 1850-54. d. 6 Sept.,
1864, Portland, Me.

Leonard Withington. D.D.; A.B., Yale, 1814; A.M., Yale, 1821.
b. 9 Aug., 1789, Dorcester, Mass. Pastor, Newbury, Mass., 1816-59;
Pastor Emeritus, 1859-85. d. 22 Apr., 1885.

Noah Woods. A.M. b. 26 Sept., 1811, Groton, Mass. Lawyer,
Gardiner, Me., 1841-63. Mayor, 1854-58, 1861-63. Maine Leg.,
1846-47; Senate, 1862-63. Lawyer, Bangor, Me., 1863-87. U. S.
Nat'l Bank Examiner, 1864-69. Treas., European & North American
R. R. Co., Bangor, Me. d. 13 June, 1891, Fitchburg, Mass.

1851

Hosea Rich. M.D. b. 1 Oct., 1780, Charlton, Mass. Physician,
Bangor, Me., 1805-66. Pres., Me. Med. Assn., 1856-57. Surg., 4th
Me. Vols., 1814. d. 30 Jan., 1866.

George Cheyne Shattuck. M.D.; also Univ. Penn., 1807; A.B.,
Dartmouth, 1803; A.M., Dartmouth, 1806; M.B., Dartmouth, 1806;
M.D., Dartmouth, 1812; A.M., Harvard, 1807; LL.D., Dartmouth,
1853. b. 17 July, 1783, Templeton, Mass. Physician, Boston, Mass.,
1807-54. Pres., Mass. Med. Soc'y, 1836-40. d. 18 Mar., 1854.

1853

George Palmer Putnam. A.M. b. 7 Feb., 1814, Brunswick, Me.
Publisher, New York and London, 1840-48; New York City, 1848-63,
1866-72. U. S. Coll. Int. Revenue, New York City, 1863-66. d. 20
Dec, 1872.

1855

John White Chickering. D.D. See Overseers.

Roswell Dwight Hitchcock. D.D. See Officers of Instruction.

Cazneau Palfrey. D.D.; A.B., Harvard, 182 6; A.M., Harvard,
1829. b. 11 Aug., 1805, Boston, Mass. Harvard Divinity Sch., 1829.
Pastor, Washington, D. C, 1830-36; Grafton, Mass., 1838-43; East
Barnstable, Mass., 1844-47; Belfast, Me., 1848-71. Res., Cambridge,
Mass. d. 12 Mar., 1888.



430 Bowdoin College / 1856-60

1856

Charles Ayer. A.M.; A.B., Colgate, 1849; A.M., Colgate, 1852. b.
16 Mar., 1826, Charlestown, Mass. Newton Theol. Inst. Pastor, Tur-
ner, Me., 1851-53; Brunswick, Me., 1853-56, 1859-60; Southboro,
Mass., 1856-59; Atbol, Mass., 1861-63; Sterling, Mass., 1863-65.
Prin., Worcester Acad., Mass., 1865-66. Pastor and teacher, New
York, 1866-77; Natchez, Miss., 1877-83. Pres., Jackson Coll., Miss.,
1883-94. Pastor, Hinesburg, Vt., 1896-98. d. 28 Mar., 1901, Clin-



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