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ton, N. Y.

Paul Minot Fisher. M.D. b. 24 Feb., 1804, Wrentham, Mass.
Physician, Corinna, Me., 1826-60; Orono, Me., 1860-76. Surg., 8th
Me. Vols., 1861. d. 9 July, 1876, Chelsea, Mass.

William Safford. M.D. b. 14 Aug., 1807, North Yarmouth, Me.
Physician, Litchfield, Me., 1837-58. d. 12 Dec, 1858.

John Langdon Sibley. A.M.; A.B., Harvard, 1825. b. 29 Dec,
1804, Union, Me. Harvard Div. Sch., 1828. Pastor, Stow, Mass.,
1829-33. Asst. Librarian, Harvard, 1841-56; Librarian, 1856-77; Li-
brarian Emeritus, 1877-85. d. 9 Dec, 1885.

1858

Seth Adams. A.M. b. 13 Apr., 1807, Rochester, N. H. Sugar re-
finer, Boston, Mass. Res., Newton, Mass., 1864-73. d. 7 Dec, 1873.

Edward Ballard. A.M.; also Dartmouth, 1830; also Trinity, 1845;
D.D., Trinity, 1865. b. 11 Nov., 1804, Hopkinton, N. H. General
Theol. Sem., 1829. Rector, North Charlestown, N. H., 1829-32;
Pittsfield, Mass., 1848-52; Brunswick, Me., 1858-70. State Supt.
Schools, 1865-68. d. 14 Nov., 1870.

Charles Danforth. A.M. b. 1 Aug., 1815, Norridgewock, Me.
Lawyer, Gorham, Me., 1838-41; Gardiner, Me., 1841-64. Maine Leg.,
1850-52, 1857; Council, 1855. County Att'y, 1859-64. Justice, Su-
preme Court, 1864-90. d. 30 Mar., 1890.

Jefferson Davis. LL.D. b. 3 June, 1808, Todd Co., Ky. U. S. Mil-
itary Acad., 1828. 1st Lieut., U.S.A., 1833, Planter, Vicksburg, Miss.,
1835-45. Member Congress, 1845. Col., 1st Miss. Vols., 1846. U. S.
Senate, 1847-51, 1857-61. Sec'y War, 1853-57. President, Confed-
erate States of America, 1861-65. Res., Beauvoir, Miss., 1879-89. d.
6 Dec, 1889, New Orleans, La.

Daniel Smith Talcott. D.D.; also Colby, 1853; A.B., Amherst,
1831; A.M., Amherst, 1834. b. 7 Mar., 1813, Newburyport, Mass.
Andover Theol. Sem., 1834. Pastor, Sherborn, Mass., 1836-38.
Prof., Sacred Lit., Bangor Theol. Sem., 1839-81. Res., Bangor, Me.,
1881-96. d. 19 Jan., 1896.

1860

Nathan Clifford. LL.D.; also Dartmouth, 1862; also Brown, 1868;
also Harvard, 1878. b. 18 Aug., 1803, Rumney, N. H. Lawyer, New-
field, Me., 1827-39. Maine Leg., 1831-34; Speaker, 1833-34. Att'y-
Gen., 1834-38. Member Congress, 1839-43. U. S. Att'y-Gen., 1846-
48. U. S. Minister to Mexico. Lawyer, Portland, Me. Justice, U. S.
Supreme Court, 1858-81. d. 25 July, 1881, Cornish, Me.



1860-66 Honorary Graduates 431

John Wingate Thornton. A.M.; LL.B., Harvard, 1840. b. 12 Aug.,
1818, Saco, Me. Lawyer and historical research, Boston, Mass.,
1840-78. d. 6 June, 1878, Oak Hill, Scarboro, Me.

Amos Dean Wheeler. D.D.; A.B., Williams, 1827; A.M., Williams,
1830. b. 13 Dec, 1803, Woodstock, Vt. Pastor, Standish, Me., 1834-
39; Topsham, Me., 1839-65. Res., Topsham, 1865-76. d. 28 June,
1876.

1861

George Freeman Dunning. A.M. b. 25 May, 1817, Brunswick, Me.
Director's Clerk, U. S. Mint, Philadelphia, Penn., 1834-54. Clerk,
U. S. Assay Office, New York City, 1854-61; Superintendent, 1861-
69. Res., Farmington, Conn.; Briarcliff, N. Y. d. 26 June, 1910.

Abijah D. Sanborn. A.M.

Joseph Springall. M.D. b. 16 July, 1811, Great Yarmouth, Eng-
land. Physician, Garland, Me., 1832-59; Dexter, Me., 1859-95. d. 4
Oct., 1895.

Sewall Tenney. D.D. See Trustees.

Josiah Blake Webb. A.M. b. 19 Jan., 1826, Windham, Me.
Teacher. Prin., Gorham Sem., Me., 1860-63, 1870-71; North Yar-
mouth Acad., 1868-69. Manufacturer and salesman canned goods,
Portland, Me. d. 20 May, 1899.

1863

Isaac Adams. A.M.; also Dartmouth, 1866. b. 2 Aug., 1802,
Rochester, N. H. Manufacturer, Boston, Mass., 1825-60. Mass. Sen-
ate, 1848. Res., Sandwich, N. H., 1860-83. N. H. Leg. d. 19 July,
1883.

Daniel McBride Graham. D.D.; A.B., Oberlin, 1844; A.M., Ober-
lin, 1847. b. 17 Nov., 1817, Milan, Ohio. Pres., Mich. Central Coll.,
Spring Arbor, 1844-48. Pastor, Saco, Me.; New York City; Portland,
Me.; Chicago, 111. Pres., Hillsdale Coll., Mich., 1871-74. d. 21 Dec,
1888, Philadelphia, Penn.

1865

Ulysses Simpson Grant. LL.D.; also Union, 1865; also Harvard,
1872. b. 27 Apr., 1822, Point Pleasant, Ohio. U. S. Military Acad.,
1843. Bvt. 2d Lieut., U.S.A., 1843; 1st Lieut., 1847; Bvt. Capt.,
1847; Capt., 1853; Col., 21st 111. Vols., 1861; Brig.-Gen., U.S.V.,
1861; Maj.-Gen., U.S.V., 1862; Maj.-Gen., U.S.A., 1863; Lieut.-Gen.,
Commanding, 1864; General, 1866-69. President, United States,
1869-77. d. 23 July, 1885, Mount McGregor, N. Y.

Charles Baker Rice. A.M.; D.D., Colorado Coll., 1890. b. 29 June,
1829, Conway, Mass. Pastor, Saco, Me., 1859-61; Danvers, Mass.,
1863-94. Mass. Leg., 1876-77; Senate, 1881. Sec'y, Congregational
Board Pastoral Supply, 1894-. Res., Danvers, Mass., 18 6 3-.

1866
Alonzo Boothby. M.D.; also Georgetown Univ., 1865. b. 5 Mar.,
1840, Athens, Me. Asst. Surg., 2d U.S.C.T. Physician, Boston,
Mass., 1867-1902. Lecturer, Surgery, Boston Univ., 1887-90; Asso.



432 Bowdoin College 1866-69

Prof., 1890-95; Prof., Gynecology, 1895-1902. d. 9 Feb., 1902.

Warren Thaddeus Webster. A.M.; A.B., Brown, 1851. b. 6 June,
1830, Kingston, N. H. Prin., Higb Sch., Lewiston, Me., 1853-59;
Lewiston Falls Acad., 1859-66. Prof., Latin and Greek, Adelphi
Acad., Brooklyn, N. Y„ 1867-95. d. 3 Aug., 1895.

Albert Blodgett Weymouth. M.D.; A.B., Harvard, 1860; A.M.,
Harvard, 1863; also Acadia, 1904; M.D., Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll.,
1863; Ph.D., Northern Illinois Coll., 1904. b. 18 Mar., 1839, Chel-
sea, Mass. Physician, Boston, Mass., 1863-69; Medford, Mass., 1869-
78; Maiden, Mass., 1878-87; Los Angeles, Cal., 1888-98. Priest,
Prot. Epis. Church, 1896-, Orange, Cal., 1899-1901. Rector, Lahaina,
Hawaii, 19 02-. Canon, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Leonard Woods. LL.D. See Presidents.

1867

Thomas Amory Deblois. LL.D.; A.B., Harvard, 1813; A.M., Har-
vard, 1816. b. 2 Dec, 1794, Boston, Mass. Lawyer, Portland, Me.
Maine Leg., 1857. U. S. Dist. Att'y, 1849-53. d. 14 Sept., 1867.

William Willis. LL.D.; A.B., Harvard, 1813; A.M., Harvard, 1816.
b. 31 Aug., 1794, Haverhill, Mass. Lawyer, Boston, Mass., 1817-19;
Portland, Me., 1819-70. Mayor, 1859. Maine Senate, 1855. Pres.,
Maine Hist. Soc'y, 1856-65. d. 17 Feb., 1870.

1868
Charles Munger. A.M. b. 29 Oct., 1818, Rochester, N. H. Meth.
Epis. ministry, Maine, Camden, 1841-42; Castine, 1842-44; Orono,
1844-46; Waterville, 1846-47; Saco, 1847-48; Cumberland, 1850-51;
Brunswick, 1851-53; Winthrop, 1853-55; Farmington, 1855-57; Ken-
nebunkport, 1857-59; Lewiston, 1859-61; Gardiner, 1861-63; Au-
gusta, 1863-65; Skowhegan, 1865-67; Gardiner, 1867-69; Bath,
1869-71; Alfred, 1871-74; South Berwick, 1874-76; Farmington,
1876-78; Kent's Hill, 1878-81; Fairfield, 1881-82; Fayette, 1882-84;
Oakland, 1884-85; E. Readfield, 1885-86; Alfred, 1886-87; Gorham,
1887-88. d. 29 Apr., 1898, Rochester, N. H.

1869

George Brainard Blodgette. A.M.; A.B., Brown, 1866; A.M.,
Brown, 1869; LL.B., Harvard, 1870. b. 6 Dec, 1845, Georgetown,
Mass. 48th Mass. Vols., 1862-63. Lawyer, Newburyport, Mass.,
1868-.

Grenville Theodore Fletcher. A.M. b. 3 Dec, 1834, Augusta, Me.
Teacher, Augusta, Me.; Hallowell, Me. Prin., High Sch., Berlin,
Wis.; Beloit, Wis. Prin., State Normal Sch., Castine, Me., 1867-79.
Supt. Schools, Augusta, Me., 1879-81; Auburn, Me., 1881-85; Marl-
boro, Mass., 1885-88. Agent, Mass. Board Education, 1888-1907. d.
12 Jan., 1911, Boston, Mass.

Eugene Hale. A.M.; LL.D., 1896; also Bates, 1882; also Colby,
1886. b. 9 June, 1836, Turner, Me. Lawyer, Ellsworth, Me., 1857-.
County Att'y, 1858-67. Maine Leg., 1867-68, 1880. Member Con-
gress, 1869-81; U. S. Senate, 1881-1911.



1869-71 Honorary Graduates 43 3.

Johann Georg Kohl. LL.D. b. 28 Apr., 1808, Bremen, Germany
Traveler and author. Res., Dresden, Germany, 1838-54; Cambridge,
Mass., 1854-58. Librarian, Bremen, Germany, 1858-78. d. 28 Oct.l

1878.

Charles Greene Rockwood. See Officers of Instruction.

Horatio Stebbins. D.D.; A.B., Harvard, 1848; A.M., Harvard,.
1851. b. 8 Aug., 1821, Hampden, Mass. Harvard Div. Sen., 1851
Pastor, Fitchburg, Mass., 1851-55; Portland, Me., 1855-64; San
Francisco, Cal., 1864-99. d. 8 Apr., 1902, Cambridge, Mass.

Admiral Paschal Stone. A.M.; LL.D., Colby, 1873. b. 14 Aug,
1820, Piermont, N. H. Prin., High Scb., Southbridge, Mass.; Milf-
bury, Mass.; Plymouth, Mass.; Portland, Me., 1864-73. Supt.
Schools, Springfield, Mass., 1873-88. Pres., Maine Teachers' Assn.;
Mass. Teachers' Assn.; Amer. Inst. Instruction. Mass. Board Educa-
tion, d. 4 Sept., 1902, Springfield, Mass.

1870

William Macleod Barbour. D.D. See Overseers.

Charles Collins Rounds. A.M.; also Colby, 1877; B.S., Dartmouth
1857; M.S., Dartmouth, 1860; Ph.D., Bates, 1881. b. 15 Aug., 1831*
Waterford, Me. Prin., Oxford Normal Inst., S. Paris, Me., 1857-59*
Teacher, Cleveland, O., 1859-65. Prin., Edward Little Inst., Auburn]
Me., 1865-68; State Normal Sch., Farmington, Me., 1868-83; Plym-
outh, N. H., 1883-96. Pres., Maine Teachers' Assn.; National Normal
Assn. d. 8 Nov., 1901, Farmington, Me.

Roliston Woodbury. A.M. b. 17 Dec, 1840, Sweden, Me. 5th Me.
Battery, 1861-65. Teacher, Farmington, Me., 1867-79. Prin., State
Normal School, Castine, Me., 1879-88. d. 1 Nov., 1888.

1871

Charles Deane. LL.D.; also Harvard, 1886; A.M., Harvard, 1856.
b. 10 Nov., 1813, Biddeford, Me. Merchant, Boston, Mass., 1834-64*
Historical research, Cambridge, Mass., 18 64-89. d. 13 Nov., 1889.

Charles Henry Fernald. A.M.; Ph.D., Univ. Maine, 1887. b 16:
Mar., 1838, Mt. Desert, Me. Ensign, U.S.N., 1862-65. Prin., Litch-
field Acad., Me., 1865-66; Houlton Acad., Me., 1866-70. Prof., Nat'l
History, Univ. Maine, 1871-86. Prof., Zoology, Mass. Agr.'coll.,
1886-1910. Entomologist, Mass. Board Agriculture. Res., Amherst'
Mass.

John Franklin Moody. A.M.; A.B., Colby, 1867. b. 18 Jan., 1845,
Kingfield, Me. Prin., North Yarmouth Acad., 1870-72; Hebron
Acad., Me., 1872-79; Bridgton Acad., Me., 1879-87; Edward Little
High Sch., Auburn, Me., 1887-1907; Bridgton Acad., Me., 1911-.

Edward Sylvester Morse. Ph.D. See Officers of Instruction.

Joseph Hale Noyes. A.M. b. 12 May, 1825, Newbury, Mass. Prin.,
Topsfield Acad., Mass., 1846-47; High Sch., Brattleboro, Vt., 1847-49*
Teacher, Newburyport, Mass., 1849-53; Medford, Mass., 1853-57.'
Prin., High Sch., Maiden, Mass., 1857-60. Teacher, Newton, Mass.,
1860-65. Prin., High Sch., Marblehead, Mass., 1865-70; Wellesley]
28



434 Bowdoin College 1871-74

Mass., 1870-74. Teacher, Dedham, Mass., 1875-82. Res., Newbury-
port, Mass., 1882-96. d. 25 Sept., 1896.

Hosea Ballou Perkins. A.M.; also Dartmouth, 1874. b. 4 Aug.,
1819, Dover, N. H. Merchant, New York City, 1840-70. Res., New
York City, 1870-1902. d. 29 July, 1902.

Almon Augustus Strout. A.M. b. 8 May, 1835, Limington, Me.
Lawyer, Harrison, Me., 1857-64; Portland, Me., 1864-89; Portland,
Me., and Boston, Mass., 1889-98. Maine Leg., 1880-82. d. 19 Apr.,
1898.

Francis Henry Underwood. A.M.; LL.D., Univ. Glasgow, 1888. b.
12 Jan., 1825, Enfield, Mass. Lawyer, Webster, Mass. Literary
work, Boston, Mass., 1854-85. Clerk, Superior Court, Boston, Mass.,
1859-70. U. S. Consul, Glasgow, Scotland, Leith, Scotland, 1889-94.
d. 7 Aug., 1894, Edinburgh, Scotland.

1872

James Swan Barrell. A.M. b. 12 Sept., 1826, East Bridgewater,
Mass. Teacher, Brockton, Mass., 1851-52; Plymouth, Mass., 1852-
54; New Bedford, Mass., 1854-67; Lewiston, Me., 1867-73; Lawrence,
Mass., 1873-74; Cambridge, Mass., 1874-1901. Pres., Mass. Teach-
ers' Assn. d. 5 Feb., 1904, Cambridge, Mass.

Alden Joseph Blethen. A.M. b. 27 Dec, 1845, Unity, Me. Prin.,
Abbott School, Farmington, Me., 1869-73. Lawyer, Portland, Me.,
1874-80. Editor, Kansas City, Mo., 1880-84; Minneapolis, Minn.,
1884-91. Banking, Minneapolis, 1891-96. Editor and publisher,
Seattle, Wash., 18 9 6-.

Samuel Fuller Dike. D.D.; A.B., Brown, 1838; A.M., Brown, 1841.
b. 17 Mar., 1815, North Bridgewater, Mass. Prof., Biblical and
Church Hist., New Jerusalem Theol. Sem., Cambridge, Mass. Pastor,
Bath, Me., 1840-90. d. 8 Jan., 1899.

Artemas Libbey. A.M. b. 8 Jan., 1823, Freedom, Me. Lawyer,
Albion, Me., 1844-58; Augusta, Me., 1858-75. Maine Leg., 1853;
Council, 1856. Justice, Supreme Court, 1875-94. d. 15 Mar., 1894.

Joseph Prentiss Sanger. A.M. See Officers of Instruction.

David Dinsmore Stewart. A.M.; also Colby, 1863. b. 22 Oct.,
1823, Corinna, Me. Lawyer, St. Albans, Me., 1847-. Maine Leg.,
1862; Senate, 1863-65; Pres., 1865.

1874

Jacob Jackson Abbott. D.D.; A.B., Dartmouth, 1839; A.M., Dart-
mouth, 1842. b. 17 July, 1813, Groton, Vt. Tutor, Dartmouth, 1841-
43. Union Theol. Sem., 1845. Pastor, Bennington, Vt., 1845-47;
Hollis, N. H., 1848-49; Uxbridge, Mass., 1850-62; Yarmouth, Me.,
1865-75. U. S. Christian Commission, 1863-65. d. 2 Dec, 1878, New
Haven, Conn.

David Barker. A.M. b. 9 Sept., 1816, Exeter, Me. Lawyer and
T>oet, Exeter. Maine Leg., 1872. d. 14 Sept., 1874, Bangor, Me.

Charles Alfred Benjamin. A.M. b. 4 Nov., 1844, Athens, Greece.
1st Lieut., 21st N. Y. Cav., 1864. Act. Asst. Adj.-Gen., 1864. Law-
yer, and literary work, Salem, Mass. d.



1874-79 Honorary Graduates 435

Ebenezer Charles Bethlehem Hallam. A.M. b. 1 Jan., 1833, Wor-
cester, England. Baptist clergyman. Missionary to India; Orissa,
1856-70, Bengal, 1870-76, Northwest Provinces, 1876-83. Pastor,
Ontario, Canada. Res., Lakemont, N. Y.

John Taylor Gilman Nichols. D.D.; A.B., Harvard, 1836. b. 24
Apr., 1817, Portland, Me. Harvard Div. Sen., 1842. Pastor, Saco,
Me., 1842-88; Pastor Emeritus, 1888-1900. d. 16 Oct., 1900, Cam-
bridge, Mass.

1875

George Washington Greene. LL.D.; A.M., Brown, 1833. b. 8 Apr.,
1811, East Greenwich, R. I. U. S. Consul, Rome, 1837-45. Instr.,
Mod. Lang., Brown, 1848-52. Teacher and author, New York City,
1852-65. Lecturer, Amer. History, Cornell Univ., 1871-73. Author,
East Greenwich, R. I., 1865-83. d. 2 Feb., 1883.

Parker Jaques. A.M. b. 22 Sept., 1816, Newbury, Mass. Meth.
Epis. ministry, Maine, Dixfield, 1837-3 8; Calais, 1838-39; Machias,
1839-41; W. Prospect, 1841-43; Camden, 1843-45; South Berwick,
1845-47; Cornish, 1847-49; Gorham, 1849-50; Saccarappa, 1850-51;
Winthrop, 1851-53; Bath, 1853-55; Brunswick, 1855-56; Gardiner,
1856-58; Saco, 1858-60; Portland, 1860-62; S. Paris, 1862-63; Au-
burn, 1863-64; Parmington, 1864-66; Winthrop, 1866-69; Kent's
Hill, 18 69-71; Skowhegan, 1871-73; Hallowell, 1873-75; Presiding
Elder, Readfleld Dist., 1875-77; Presiding Elder, Portland Dist.,
1877-81; South Portland, 1881-83. d. 31 Mar., 1885, Portland, Me.

1876

Albert Cole. A.M. b. 15 July, 1818, Cornish, Me. Bangor Theol.
Sem., 1846. Pastor, Winslow, Me., 1846-50; Sanford, Me., 1851-53;
Limerick, Me., 1853-57; Cornish, Me., 1858-81. d. 29 Jan., 1881.

Yorick Gordon Hurd. A.M.; M.D., Dartmouth, 1854. b. 17 Feb.,
1827, Lempster, N. H. Physician, Amesbury, Mass., 1854-66. Supt.,
Ipswich House of Correction and Insane Asylum, Mass., 1869-87.
Surg., 48th Mass. Vols., 1862-63. d. 24 Sept., 1888.

George Leonard Vose. A.M. See Officers of Instruction.

1878

Louis Vasmer Caziarc. A.M. See Officers of Instruction.

Austin Luther Park. A.M. b. 24 Aug., 1836, Bennington, Vt.
Andover Theol. Sem., 1863. Pastor, Gardiner, Me., 1864-81; Falls
Church, Va., 1881-82. Without charge, Washington, D. C, 1883-85;
Lugonia, Cal., 1885-87; Redlands, Cal., 1887-.

Joseph Whitman Spaulding. A.M. b. 11 Aug., 1841, Carratunk,
Me. 1st Lieut., 19th Me. Vols., 1862; Capt., 1862; Major, 1864;
Lieut. -Col., 1864-65. Lawyer, Richmond, Me., 1866-86; Portland,
Me., 1886-89; Boston, Mass., 1892-. Maine Leg., 1868, 1870, 1879;
Senate, 1871-72. Reporter of Decisions.

1879
Richard Henry Mather. D.D.; A.B., Amherst, 1857; A.M., Am-
herst, 1860. b. 12 Feb., 1835, Binghamton, N. Y. Instr., Greek, Am-



436 Bowdoin College 1879-84

herst, 1859-61; Asst. Professor, 1861-64; Professor, 1864-90. d. 16
Apr., 1890.

James Alphonso Milliken. A.M. b. 8 Sept., 1813, Hancock, Me.
Pastor, Machias, Me., Columbia, Me., 1841-55. Lawyer, Cherryfield,
Me., 1855-91. Maine Leg., 1861. Judge of Probate, 1874-88. d. 8
July, 1891.

Lot Myrick MorriU. LL.D.; A.M., Colby, 1848. b. 3 May, 1813,
Belgrade, Me. Lawyer, Readfield, Me.; Augusta, Me., 1845-58.
Maine Leg., 1854; Senate, 1856, Pres., 1856. Governor, 1858-60. U.
S. Senate, 1861-76. Sec'y, U. S. Treasury, 1876-77. U. S. Coll. Cus-
toms, Portland, Me., 1877-83. d. 10 Jan., 1883, Augusta, Me.

1880

Mandeville Treat Ludden. A.M. b. 17 Feb., 1830, Canton, Me.
Lawyer, Lewiston, Me., 1854-82. County Att'y, 1863-67. Maine
Senate, 1868-69. d. 21 Sept., 1882.

Weston Thompson. A.M. b. 12 Aug., 1850, Bowdoin, Me. Law-
yer, Brunswick, Me., 1871-1907. Maine Leg., 1881-84. d. 6 Jan.,
1907.

1881

James Phinney Baxter. A.M.; Litt.D., 1904. See Overseers.

Medorem Crawford. A.M. See Officers of Instruction.

Ambrose Parsons Kelsey. Ph.D.; A.B., Hamilton, 1856; A.M.,
Hamilton, 1859. b. 30 Aug., 1832, Paris, N. Y. Teacher, State Nor-
mal Sch., Albany, N. Y., 1858-60. Prin., Academy and State Normal
Sch., Farmington, Me., 1860-65. Teacher, Clinton, N. Y. Prin., Ab-
bott School, Farmington, Me., 1874-76; State Normal Sch., Plymouth,
N. H., 1876-79. Prof., Nat. History, Hamilton Coll., 1879-91. d. 30
Mar., 1891, Clinton, N. Y.

1883

John Marshall Harlan. LL.D.; also Centre Coll., Ky., 1884; also
Princeton, 1884; also Univ. Penn., 1900; A.B., Centre Coll., Ky.,
1850. b. 1 June, 1833, Boyle Co., Ky. Lawyer, Frankfort, Ky.
County Judge, 1858. Col., 10th Ky. Vols., 1861-63. Att'y-Gen., Ky.,
1863-67. Lawyer, Louisville, Ky., 1867-77. Justice, U. S. Supreme
Court, 1877-1911. d. 14 Oct., 1911.

Charles William Packard. A.M.; M.D., N. Y. Med. Coll., 1855; also
Dartmouth, 1895. b. 7 Mar., 1833, Brunswick, Me. Physician, New
York City.

1884

James Gillespie Blaine. LL.D. See Overseers.

Preston Bruce Wing. A.M. b. 16 Jan., 1839, Mt. Vernon, Me. 1st
Me. Cav., 1861-62. U. S. Internal Revenue Service, Wilmington, N.
C, 1862-65. Merchant, Lewiston, Me., 1870-76. Bangor Theol.
Sem., 1879. Pastor, Freeport, Me., 1879-86; Hopkinton, Mass., 1886-
93. d. 23 Apr., 1893.



1885-89 Honorary Graduates 437

1885

John Andrew Peters. LL.D. See Trustees.

Charles Wesley Walton. LL.D. b. 9 Dec, 1819, Mexico, Me. Law-
yer, Auburn, Me. Member Congress, 1861-62. Justice, Supreme
Court, Maine, 1862-97. d. 24 Jan., 1900, Portland, Me.

1886

William DeWitt Hyde. D.D. See Presidents.

Elihu Benjamin Washburne. LL.D. b. 23 Sept., 1816, Livermore,
Me. Harvard Law Scb., 1839-40. Lawyer, Galena, 111., 1840-53.
Member Congress, 1853-69. U. S. Minister, France, 1869-77. Res.,
Chicago, 111., 1877-87. d. 22 Oct., 1887.

1887

John Avery. LL.D. See Officers of Instruction.

Lewis Barker. A.M. b. 18 Feb., 1818, Exeter, Me. Lawyer, Stet-
son, Me., 1841-71; Bangor, Me., 1871-90. Maine Leg., 1864, 1867,
1870; Speaker, 1867; Senate, 1865-66; Council, 1880-82. d. 9 Oct.,
1890.

Crosby Stnart Noyes. A.M. b. 16 Feb., 1825, Minot, Me. Jour-
nalist, Washington, D. C, 1847-67; Editor and publisher, "Evening
Star," 1867-1908. d. 21 Feb., 1908, Pasadena, Cal.

Charles Morton Sills. D.D.; A.B., Univ. N. B., 1870; A.M., Univ.
N. B., 1873. b. 30 Apr., 1850, Colney, Hertfordshire, Eng. Rector,
Campobello, N. B., 1874-76; Halifax, N. S., 1876-80. Resident Can-
on, Portland, Me., 1880-94; Dean, 1894-1902. Rector, Geneva, N. Y.,
1902-.

Benen Thomas. D.D.; A.M., Univ. College, London, 1862; Ph.D.,
Rostock, 1865. b. 14 June, 1840, Walmly, Warwickshire, Eng. Pas-
tor, London, Eng., 1862-65, 1868-75; Liverpool, Eng., 1865-68;
Brookline, Mass., 1875-1907. d. 9 Nov., 1907.

1888

Franklin Simmons. A.M.; also Bates, 1867; also Colby, 1885. b.
11 Jan., 1839, Webster, Me. Sculptor, Rome, Italy, 1868-. Knighted
by King of Italy, 1898.

1889

Israel Thorndike Dana. A.M. See Officers of Instruction.

Henry Jewett Furber, Jr. A.M.; B.S., Univ. Chicago, 1886; Ph.D.,
Halle, 1891. b. 12 May, 1865, Green Bay, Wis. Chevalier of the Le-
gion of Honor. Prof., Economics, Northwestern Univ., 1892-94.
Lawyer, Chicago, 111., 189 7-.

Alexander Wadsworth Longfellow. A.M. b. 20 May, 1814, Port-
land, Me. Civil engineer, Boston & Maine R. R.; U. S. Coast and Geo-
detic Survey, 1847-85. Res., Portland, Me., 1885-1901. d. 14 Feb.,
1901.

Stephen Holmes Weeks. A.M. See Officers of Instruction.



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1890

Frederick Stanley Root. A.M.; LL.B., Yale, 1874; B.D., Yale,
1879. b. 7 May, 1853, New Haven, Conn. Pastor, Seymour, Conn.,
1881-84; Auburn, Me., 1886-91; Hartford, Conn., 1891-94. Sec'y,
Amer. Social Science Ass'n, New York City. d. 18 Jan., 1906, New
Haven, Conn.

Nathan Webb. LL.D.; A.B., Harvard, 1846; LL.D., Harvard, 1896.
b. 7 May, 1825, Portland, Me. Lawyer, Portland, 1849-82. Maine
Leg., 1864-65. County Att'y, 1865-70. U. S. Dist. Att'y, 1870-78.
Judge, U. S. District Court, 1882-1902. d. 8 Nov., 1902.

1891

Horace Melvyn Estabrooke. A.M.; B.S., Univ. Maine, 1876; M.S.,
Univ. Maine, 1884. b. 20 Jan., 1849, Linneus, Me. Prin., High Sch.,
Dennysville, Me., 1877-78; Pembroke, Me., 1878-83. Teacher, State
Normal Sch., Gorham, Me., 1883-91. Prof., English, Univ. Maine,
1891-1908. Pres., Maine Pedagogical Soc'y, 1894. d. 31 Oct., 1908.

1893
George Angier Gordon. D.D.; also Yale, 1893; also Harvard,
1895; also Columbia, 1903; A.B., Harvard, 1881. b. 2 Jan., 1853,
Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Bangor Theol. Sem., 1877. Pastor, Tem-
ple, Me., 1877-78; Greenwich, Conn., 1881-84; Boston, Mass., 1884-.
Overseer, Harvard, 189 7-.

1894

Abram Winegardner Harris. Sc.D.; A.B., Wesleyan, 1880; A.M.,
Wesleyan, 1883; LL.D., Univ. New Brunswick, 1900; also Univ.
Maine, 1901; also Wesleyan, 1904. b. 7 Nov., 1858, Philadelphia,
Penn. Tutor and Registrar, Wesleyan, 1881-84; Instr., History,
1885-88. Director, Office Exper. Stations, Washington, D. C, 1888-
93. Pres., Univ. Maine, 1893-1901. Director, Jacob Tome Institute,
Port Deposit, Md., 1901-06. Pres., Northwestern Univ., 1906-.

Thomas Hawes Haskell. A.M. See Overseers.

Charles Follen McKim. A.M.; A.M., Harvard, 1890; Litt.D., Co-
lumbia, 1904; LL.D., Univ. Penn., 1909. b. 24 Aug., 1847, Chester
Co., Penn. Lawrence Scientific Sch., Harvard. Ecole des Beux Arts,
Paris. Architect, New York City, 1872-1909. Pres., Amer. Inst.
Architects, d. 14 Sept., 1909, St. James, N. Y.

Samuel Thomas Pickard. A.M. b. 1 Mar., 1828, Rowley, Mass.
Editor, "Portland Transcript," Me., 1852-94. Author, Boston, Mass.;
Amesbury, Mass.

George Haven Putnam. A.M.; Litt.D., Western Penn., 1889. b. 2
Apr., 1844, London, England. 176th N. Y. Vols., 1862; Major, 1865.
Chevalier, Legion of Honor, 1891. Author and publisher, New York
City.

Richard Rathbun. Sc.D.; M.S., Indiana Univ., 1883. b. 25 Jan.,
1852, Buffalo, N. Y. Asst. Geologist, Geol. Comm. Brazil, 1875-78.
Asst., Zoology, Yale, 1879-80. Curator, U. S. Nat'l Museum, 1880-,



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in charge, 1899-. Scientific Assistant, U. S. Fish Comm'n, 1878-96.
Asst. Sec'y, Smithsonian Institution, 18 9 7-.

Charles Joseph Hardy Ropes. D.D.; A.B., Yale, 1872; D.D., Yale,
1894. b. 7 Dec, 1851, St. Petersburg, Russia. Andover Theol. Sem.,.
1875. Pastor, Ellsworth, Me., 1877-81. Prof., New Test. Lang, and
Lit., Bangor Theol. Sem., 1881-1908; Librarian, 1887-1901, 1906-.

Charles Henry Smith. LL.D. See Officers of Instruction.

Sewall Cushing Strout. A.M. b. 17 Feb., 1827, Wales, Me. Law-
yer, Bridgton, Me., 1848-54; Portland, Me., 1854-94, 1908-. Judge,
Supreme Court, Maine, 1894-1908.

Henry Vaughan. A.M.; also Yale, 1907. b. 11 Jan., 1849, Pool-
ton, Cheshire, Eng. Architect, Boston, Mass., 188 1-.

Benaiah Longley Whitman. D.D.; A.B., Brown, 1887; A.M.,
Brown, 1890; LL.D., Howard Univ., 1899. b. 21 Nov., 1862, Tor-
brook, N. S. Newton Theol. Institution, 1890. Pastor, Portland, Me.,
1890-92. Pres., Colby College, 1892-95; George Washington Univ.,
1895-1900. Pastor, Philadelphia, Penn., 1900-07; Seattle, Wash.,
1907-11. Pres., Amer. Bapt. Hist. Soc'y. d. 27 Nov., 1911.

Marshall William Wood. A.M.; M.D., Rush Med. Coll., 1873. b. 3
June, 1846, Watertown, N. Y. 186th N. Y. Inf., 1864. 1st Lieut.,
Med. Corps, U.S.A., 1875; Capt., 1880; Major, 1894; retired, 1902;
Lieut.-Col., retired, 1904. Surgeon, 16th U. S. Inf., 1898. Pres.,
Idaho State Med. Soc'y, 1896-9 7. Res., Chicago, 111.

1896

Benjamin Bixby Murray. A.M. b. 19 June, 1828, Norway, Me.
Lawyer, Pembroke, Me., 1882-98; Calais, Me., 1898-1906. County
Att'y. Capt., 15th Me. Vols., 1861; Lieut.-Col., 1862; Col., 1864;
Bvt. Brig.-Gen., 1865. Maine Leg., 1878, 1897-98; Senate, 1869.
Adjutant-General, Me., 1869-76. U. S. Marshal, Me., 1878-82. d. 1
Mar., 1906, Calais, Me.

Abiel Holmes Wright. A.M. b. 10 Mar., 1840, Cambridge, Mass.
47th Mass. Vols. Bangor Theol. Sem., 1866. Pastor, Winterport,
Me., 1866-71; Portland, Me., 1871-1903, Emeritus, 1903-.

1897

Henry Bradstreet Cleaves. A.M. b. 6 Feb., 1840, Bridgton, Me.



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