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Conference, M. E. Church, 1864.

Address: 910 Harrison St., Syracuse, N. Y.

*ISAIAH DAWSON KING. M.A. Born 1828, Pemberton, N. J.
Methodist Episcopal minister. Died 1874, Redbank, N. J.

*HEBRON VINCENT. M.A. Born 1805, Edgartown, Mass.
Methodist Episcopal minister; Register of Probate. Died February
13, 1890, Edgartown, Mass.

EZRA D. WINSLOW. M.A.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New England Conference, 1860-72.
Editor of The Buenos Aires Herald, S. A., 1880.
Address : Buenos Aires, S. A.

*EBEN TOURJEE. Mus.D. Born June i, 1834, Warwick, R. I.
Professor of Music. Died April 12, 1891, Boston, Mass.

*DANIEL AVERY WHEDON. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 268.)

*ROBERT CARTER PITMAN. LL.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 264.)



J870.

"DANIEL DREW CHAMBERLAIN. M.A.* B.A., New York

University, 1861. Born May 20, 1839, New York, N. Y. Broker. Died
1907.

868



HONORARY ALUMNI. [1870-71

*HORTON GEORGE MILLER. M.A.* B.A., Madison (now

Colgate) University, 1867. Born August 29, 1834, Wolcott, N. Y.
Methodist Episcopal minister. Died August 8, 1886, Smith Center, Kans.

*JONAS ORAMEL PECK. M.A.* B.A., Amherst College, 1862;

D.D., Lawrence College, 1874. Born September 6, 1836, Groton, Vt.
Methodist Episcopal minister ; corresponding secretary, Missionary
Society. Died May 18, 1894, Brooklyn, N. Y.

*WILLIAM HARMON NILES. M.A. B.S., Harvard Univer-
sity, 1866; Ph.B., Yale College, 1867; LL.D., Temple College, 1903.
Born May 18, 1838, Northampton, Mass. College professor. Died
September 13, 1910, Cambridge, Mass.

*MILTON SPENSER TERRY. M.A. D.D., 1879; LL.D.,

Northwestern University, 1895. Born February 22, 1840, Coeymans,
N. Y.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New York Conference, 1863-84. Pro-
fessor of Christian Doctrine, Garrett Biblical Institute, 1885-1914. Com-
mentator on the historical books (Joshua to Esther) of Whedon's
Commentary on the Old Testament. Died July 13, 1914, Los Angeles,
Cal.

*WILLIAM TALLMAN WORTH. M.A.
(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1860.)

*WILLIAM ANTLIFF. D.D. Born 1813, Carmton, England.
Minister of the Primitive Methodist Church of England. Died December
6, 1884, Preston, Lancashire, England.

*NATHANIEL JUDSON BURTON. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 389.)

"CYRUS DAVID FOSS. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 481.)

*EDWARD RICHARD SPRIGG CANBY. LL.D. Born 1817, in
Kentucky. Major-General, U. S. Army. Killed by the Modoc Chief
Jack, 1873.

im.

"THOMAS WETMORE BISHOP. M.A.* B.A., Harvard Uni-
versity, 1863; M.A., Harvard, 1866. Born August 27, 1840, Boston,
Mass. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died January 8, 1910, Auburndale,
Mass.

*RALPH HUNT. M.A.* B.A., Genesee College (now Syracuse

University), 1868; M.A., Genesee, 1871. Born July 19, 1840, St.
Armand, Que., Canada. School principal and lawyer. Died March 7,
1903, Federalsburg, Md.

*HENRY THOMPSON PEIRCE. M.A.* B.A., Amherst Col-
lege, 1866; M.D., Columbia University, 1870. Born September 13, 1844,
Roxbury, Mass.

Practised medicine, New York, N. Y., 1870-1913. Died September 27,
1913, New York, N. Y.

869



1871-72] HONORARY ALUMNI.

*FRANCIS JAMES WAGNER. M.A.

(See Record of Non- Graduates, class of 1863.)

*JOHN ALFRED METCALF CHAPMAN. D.D. M.A., Colby

University, 1869. Born 1829, Greenland, N. H. Methodist Episcopal
minister. Died September 2, 1905.

*JOHN HANSON TWOMBLY. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 227.)

*GEORGE GREENWOOD REYNOLDS. LL.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 166.)

*JOHN DANIEL RUNKLE. LL.D. B.S., Harvard University,

1851; M.A. (Hon.), Harvard, 1851; Ph.D. (Hon.), Hamilton College,
1869. Born October n, 1822, Root, N. Y. College president. Died
July 8, 1902, Southwest Harbor, Me.

*MATTHEW SIMPSON. LL.D.
(See Record of Honorary Alumni, 1841.)



J872,

"JOSEPH EASTMAN. M.A.* B.A., Dartmouth College, 1850;

M.A., Dartmouth, 1853. Born March 9, 1826, Sandown, N. H. Teacher.
Died December 27, 1881, East Greenwich, R. I.

JOHN GREENLEAF OAKLEY. M.A.* B.A., New York Uni-
versity, 1869; M.A., New York University, 1872; Ph.D., Syracuse
University, 1881 ; D.D., Grant University, 1889. Born May 17, 1843,
Verbank, N. Y.

Taught in Saugerties Academy, N. Y., 1862-63. Methodist Episcopal
minister, New York Conference, 1864-1915. Retired, 1915.

Address : 34 Tuckahoe Road, Yonkers, N. Y.

*DAVID AUSTIN DABOLL. M.A. Born 1813, Groton, Conn.
Editor. Died July 8, 1895, Center Groton, Conn.

*JOHN DICKINSON. M.A. Born July 18, 1835, Philadelphia, Pa.
Methodist Episcopal minister and college professor. Died February i,
1899, Los Angeles, Cal.

*DANIEL RICHARDS. M.A. Born 1818, Newton, Mass. Metho-
dist Episcopal minister. Died August, 1906.

*ANDREW ELY WARNER. M.A.

(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1864.)

*CHARLES FREDERICK ALLEN. D.D. B.A., Bowdoin Col-
lege, 1839; D.D.. Bowdoin, 1872. Born January 28, 1816, Norridgewock,
Me. Methodist Episcopal minister and college president. Died February
9, 1899, Portland, Me.

*JOHN WESLEY BEACH. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 253.)

870



HONORARY ALUMNI. [1872-74

"JONATHAN KELSEY BURR. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 254.)

*THEODORE SANDFORD DOOLITTLE. D.D. B.A., Rutgers

College, 1859; M.A., Rutgers, 1862; B.D., Theological Seminary of the
Reformed Church, 1862; LL.EX, Union College, 1891. Born 1837, Ovid,
N. Y. College professor. Died April 19, 1893, New Brunswick, N. J.

*DAVID SHERMAN. D.D. Born June 17, 1822, New Lebanon,
N. Y. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died August 14, 1897, Brookline,
Mass.

*MICAH JONES TALBOT. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 226.)

1873.

*VARNUM AUGUSTUS COOPER. M.A.
(See Record of Non- Graduates, class of 1863.)

*OTIS T. HALL. M.A.
Deceased; date of death unknown.

*RICHARD HARCOURT. M.A. B.D, Methodist General Bibli-
cal Institute, 1864; D-D-, Gale College, 1882. Born 1840, in Ireland.
Methodist Episcopal minister. Died March 15, 1911.

*THOMAS DALE LITTLEWOOD. M.A. Born 1829, Sheffield,
Yorkshire, England.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New York East Conference, 1854-93.
Supernumerary, 1893-95. Superannuated, 1895. Died December 31,
1912, Brooklyn, N. Y.

* ALBERT SANFORD HUNT. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 422.)

*ORLANDO HINDS JASPER. D.D. B.D., Methodist General

Biblical Institute, 1849. Born February 24, 1820, Minot, Me. Methodist
Episcopal minister. Died April 25, 1895, Tilton, N. H.

*GEORGE FREDERICK KETTELL. D.D. Born May 18, 1817,
Boston, Mass. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died March 19, 1883,
Brooklyn, N. Y.

*ANDREW McKEOWN. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 424.)

*JAMES PIKE. D.D.

(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1842.)



1874.

*LEROY SUMNER STOWE. M.A.*

(See Record of Non- Graduates, class of 1870.)

871



1874-76] HONORARY ALUMNI.

*JUSTIN SPAULDING BARROWS. M.A.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 476.)

*FREDERICK WILLIAM BRIGGS. M.A. Born 1821, Kingston-
upon-Hull, England. Minister of the British Wesleyan Methodist
Church. Died 1892.

ABNER ERASTUS LASHER. M.A. Bora 1845, in New York
State.

Principal of Baldwinsville Academy, N. Y., 1867-76 ; Rocky Mountain
Seminary, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1876-77; Napa Collegiate Institute,
Cal., 1877-87. Mining promoter, Spokane, Wash., and San Francisco,
Cal., 1887 .

Address : San Francisco, Cal.

*DANIEL DORCHESTER. D.D.

(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1847.)

*WILLIAM XAVIER NINDE. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 520.)

*CYRUS STONE. D.D. B.A., Bowdoin College, 1857; M.A,

Bowdoin, 1860; B.D., Bangor Theological Seminary, 1863. Born 1837,
Jay, Me. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died February 7, 1889,
Hallowell, Me.

WILLIAM FAIRFIELD WARREN. LL.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 472.)



J875,

*WESLEY REID DAVIS. M.A. Born January 14, 1847, Carroll
County, Md. Methodist Episcopal, later Congregational, minister. Died
January 26, 1905, Winchester, Va.

"CHARLES MORTIMER GIFFIN. M.A. LL.B., Cincinnati

Law School, 1861. Born October 4, 1841, Milford, Ohio. Methodist
Episcopal minister. Died April 20, 1909, Brooklyn, N. Y.

*ROBERT RODEN MEREDITH. M.A. Born 1836, in Ireland.

Captain, Co. B, i53d N. Y. Volunteers, 1862-64. Methodist Episcopal
minister, Troy, Newark, Cincinnati, and New England Conferences, 1864-
78. Pastor of Phillips (Congregational) Church, South Boston, Mass.,
1878-87; Tompkins Ave. (Congregational) Church, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1887.
Died November 26, 1919, Pasadena, Cal.

*CHARLES HENRY FOWLER. LL.D. B.A., Genesee College

(now Syracuse University), 1859; B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute, 1861 ;
M.A., Genesee College, 1862; D.D., Garrett Biblical Institute, 1867;
LL.D., Syracuse University, 1878. Born 1837, Burford, Ont, Canada.
Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Died March 20, 1908.

J876.

JAMES BUCKLEY FAULKS. M.AJ B.D., Methodist General

Biblical Institute, 1859. Born February 18, 1838, Elizabeth, N. J.

872



HONORARY ALUMNI. 1876-77

Methodist Episcopal minister, New Hampshire and Newark Con-
ferences, 1858-1909. Supernumerary, 1909. Delegate to General
Conference, M. E. Church, 1880, '92.

Address: Box 292, Chatham, N. J.

FRANKLIN GERRISH MORRIS. M.A. Born November 19, 1841,
East Salisbury, Mass.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New England Conference, 1865-82.
Engaged in shorthand reporting, 1882-1908. Engaged in photography,

the preparation of lantern slides, etc., 1908 . Member of Mass. House

of Representatives, 1875.

Address : 25 Graves Ave., Northampton, Mass.

*ADDISON BROWN POLAND. M.A.
(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1872.)

*JAMES MONROE BUCKLEY. D.D.
(See Record of Non- Graduates, class of 1860.)

*LEWIS ROMAINE DUNN. D.D. Born 1822, New Brunswick,
N. J. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died August 6, 1898, East Orange,
N. J.

*WILLIAM RICE. D.D.

(See Record of Honorary Alumni, 1853.)

*CHARLES AUGUSTUS YOUNG. LL.D. B.A., Dartmouth

College, 1853 ; M.A./ Dartmouth, 1856 ; Ph.D., University of Pennsyl-
vania, 1870, and Hamilton College, 1871 ; LL.D., Columbia University,
1887, and Western Reserve University, 1893; M.A. (Hon.), Princeton
University, 1896. Born December 15, 1834, Hanover, N. H. College
professor. Died 1907.

J877.

JOHN WILLIAM HAMILTON. M.A.* B.A., Mount Union

College, 1865 ; S.T.B., Boston University, 1871 ; D.D., Baker University,
1880; LL.D., DePauw University, 1905. Born March 18, 1845, Weston,
Va.

Methodist Episcopal minister, Pittsburgh and New England Confer-
ences, 1868-92. Founder, and for nine years pastor, of the People's
Church, Boston, Mass. Corresponding secretary, Freedmen's Aid and
Southern Education Society, M. E. Church, 1892-1900. Bishop of the
Methodist Episcopal Church, 1900-16. Chancellor, American Univer-
sity, 1916 . Delegate to General Conference, M. E. Church, 1884, '88,

'92, '96, 1900; Methodist Ecumenical Conference, 1891. Editor: The
Christian Educator, 1892-1900.

Address : Stoneleigh Court, Washington, D. C.

*JAMES CAREY SHEFFIELD. M.A* B.A., College of the

City of New York, 1869; LL.B., Columbia University, 1871. Born
February 24, 1848, Hartford, Conn.

Practised law, 1871-1919. Died September 21, 1919, Lyons, N. Y.

*JOHN RANSOM BUCK. M.A.

(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1862.)

873



1877-79] HONORARY ALUMNI.

*MERRITT HULBURD. M.A. M.A. (Hon.), University of

Vermont, 1881 ; S.T.D., New York University, 1887. Born October
15, 1842, Mpnkton, Vt. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died October 10,
1896, Wilmington, Del.

*JAMES ROBINSON MOORE. M.A.
(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1863.)

*DAVID COPELAND. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 508.)

*LORANUS CROWELL. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 118.)

*JAMES MARCUS KING. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 723.)

* ALBERT DOUGHTY VAIL. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 575.)

*EDWARD RAYMOND AMES. LL.D. Born 1806, Amesville,
Ohio. Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Died 1879, Baltimore,
Md.



J878.

*GAYBERT BARNES. M.A.

(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1869.)

WILLIAM HENRY RUSSELL. M.A. Born 1825, New York,
N. Y.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New York East Conference, 1851-92.
Superannuated, 1892.

Address: Ocean Grove, N. J.

*HIRAM CHARLES SEXTON. M.A.
(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1860.)

*STEPHEN LIVINGSTON BALDWIN. D.D.
(See Record of Honorary Alumni, 1867.)

*WILLIAM SPRAGUE STUDLEY. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 404.)

J879.

*WILLIAM CRAWFORD WILSON. M.A.* B.A., Dickinson

College, 1873; M.A., Trinity College, Conn., 1878; B.D., General
Theological Seminary, 1879. Born July 14, 1845, in Ireland.

Protestant Episcopal minister, 1878-79. Methodist Episcopal minister,
New York East Conference, 1879-1912. Died December 20, 1912,
Brooklyn, N. Y^

WILLARD SPENCER ALLEN. M.A.
(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1864.)

874



HONORARY ALUMNI. [1879-81

'ABRAHAM AVERY. M.A.

(See Record of Non- Graduates, class of 1848.)

ARTHUR COLLINS MACLAY. M.A.
(See Record of Non- Graduates, class of 1873.)

*EPHRAIM BOYLE HARPER. D.D. M.A., Victoria College,

Canada, 1859. Born 1819, North Burgess, Ont, Canada. Minister of
the Wesleyan Methodist Church of Canada. Died 1902.

*MILTON SPENSER TERRY. D.D.
(See Record of Honorary Alumni, 1870.)

*CHARLES BARTLETT ANDREWS. LL.D. B.A., Amherst

College, 1858; LL.D., Yale University, 1893, and Amherst, 1895. Born
November 4, 1834, Sunderland, Mass. Governor of Connecticut ; Chief
Justice, Supreme Court of Connecticut. Died 1902, Litchfield, Conn.

1880.

'NATHANIEL CLARK HUSTED. M.A. M.D., New York

University, 1850. Born 1825, North Greenwich, Conn. Physician. Died
November 19, 1891, Tarrytown, N. Y.

"LAURENCE JOHNSON. M.A. M.D., Bellevue Hospital Medi-
cal College, 1868. Born June 7, 1845, South Butler, N. Y. Physician.
Died March 18, 1893, New York, N. Y.

J88J.

MARCUS WARD LYON. M.A.

(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1870.)

'JOSEPH HENRY OWENS. M.A. B.D., Methodist General

Biblical Institute. Born 1838, Philadelphia, Pa. Methodist Episcopal
minister. Died June 6, 1902.

'JAMES CLARKE WATSON COXE. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 756.)

'JOEL WEBSTER EATON. D.D. B.D., Methodist General

Biblical Institute, 1855. Born 1831, Enosburg, Vt.

Methodist Episcopal minister, Troy Conference, 1857-1905. Super-
annuated, 1905. Chaplain, i69th Regiment, N. Y. Volunteers, 1862-64.
Delegate to General Conference, M. E. Church, 1876. Died October 6,
1912, Albany, N. Y.

'DANIEL AYRES GOODSELL. D.D. B.A., New York Univer-
sity, 1859; LL.D., Dickinson College, 1891. Born November 5, 1840.
Newburgh, N. Y. Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Died
December 5, 1909, New York, N. Y.

'JAMES STRONG. LL.D.

(See Record of Graduates, No. 247.)

875



1882-83] HONORARY ALUMNI.



J88Z

*WILLIAM GIFFORD PIERCE. M.A.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 201.)

MORRIS WATSON PRINCE. M.A.

(See Record of Non- Graduates, class of 1868.)

*JOHN SAMUEL. M.A.

(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1848.)

*ROBE.RT PARR WHITFIELD. M.A. Born May 27, 1828, New
Hartford, N. Y.

First assistant curator, New York State Museum, 1871-76. Lecturer
on Geology and Paleontology, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy,
N. Y., 1872, 1875-77; Professor of Geology and Paleontology, 1877-83.
Curator, American Museum of Natural History, New York, N. Y., 1877-
1910; Curator Emeritus, 1910. Died April 6, 1910, Troy, N. Y.

*JAMES NEWBURY FITZGERALD. D.D. Born 1837, Newark,
N. J. Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Died April 4, 1907,
Hong Kong, China.

"CHARLES SWARTZ HARROWER. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 761.)



1883,

*LEVERET MARSDEN HUBBARD. M.A.
(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1872.)

*GEORGE SKENE. M.A.

(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1875.)

*GEORGE DOUGLASS SARGEANT. M.A.
(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1862.)

JAMES ROSCOE DAY. D.D. B.A., Bowdoin College, 1874;

D.D., Dickinson College, 1883; S.T.D., Bowdoin, 1894; LL.D., North-
western University, 1896; D.C.L., Cornell College, 1904; L.H.D.,
Syracuse University, 1915. Born October 17, 1845, Whitneyville, Me.

Methodist Episcopal minister, Maine Conference, 1872-94. Chan-
cellor of Syracuse University, 1894-1921. Elected Bishop of the Metho-
dist Episcopal Church (declined), 1904.

Address: Syracuse, N. Y.

WILLIAM VALENTINE KELLEY. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 803.)

*MILES TOBEY GRANGER. LL.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 186.)

876



HONORARY ALUMNI. [1884-86



1884.



*ROSCOE LEONARD GREENE. M.A.
(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1876.)

*GEORGE MORTIMER ROE. M.A.

(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1874.)

*JAMES TRENCHARD SCHOCK. M.A.
(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1876.)



1885.

*DAVID J. DEAN. M.A. Born 1836, Newark, N. J. Lawyer.
Died January 10, 1897, San Antonio, Tex.

^GILBERT HOLMES GREGORY. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 759.)

GEORGE EDWARD REED. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 901.)

*ROBERT NEWTON YOUNG. D.D. Born June 17, 1829. Min-
ister of the Wesleyan Methodist Church, England. Died August i, 1898.



J886.

*WILLIAM HENRY DALLINGER. D.D. Sc.D, Dublin Uni-
versity; D.C.L., Durham University; LL.D., Victoria College, Canada.
Born July, 1841, Davenport, England. Minister of the Wesleyan Metho-
dist Church, England. Died November 7, 1909, Lee, Kent, England.

HUBBARD C. FARRAR. D.D.
Address : unknown.

*DANIEL CLARK KNOWLES. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 594.)

LEVI LUZERNE SPRAGUE. D.D. M.A., Allegheny College,

1879; L.H.D., Syracuse University, 1920. Born December 23, 1844,
Beekman, N. Y.

Taught in Wyoming Seminary, Kingston, Pa., 1874-82 ; president,

1882 . Trustee of Syracuse University, 1883-1903. Delegate to

General Conference, -M. E. Church, 1892, 1896, 1904.

Address: Kingston, Pa.

*HENRY MARTYN HARMAN. LL.D. B.A., Dickinson Col-
lege, 1848; D.D., Dickinson, 1866. Born March 22, 1822, Anne Arundel
County, Md. College professor. Died July 2, 1897, Baltimore, Md.

877



1887] HONORARY ALUMNI.



1887,

'STEPHEN OLIN BENTON. M.A. D.D., 1896. Born April

30, 1849, Middletown, Conn.

Methodist Episcopal minister, Providence (now New England
Southern) Conference, 1870-1902. Recording secretary, Board of
Foreign Missions, M. E. Church, 1902-15. Delegate to General Con-
ference, M. E. Church, 1888, '92, '96, 1900, '04, '08; secretary, last five
sessions. Secretary, New England Southern Conference, 1884-1903.
Died October 23, 1915, Mount Vernon, N. Y.

ARTHUR HAROLD FLACK, M.A. Born April 15, 1858, Claver-
ack, N. Y.

Taught in Hudson River Institute, Claverack, N. Y., 1880-85; prin-
cipal, 1885-1900. Purchasing officer, New York State Reformatory,
Elmira, N. Y., 1900-06. General superintendent, offices and factory, May
Manton Pattern Company, New York. N. Y., 1906 .

Address: 265 Webster St., New Rochelle, N. Y.

*THOMAS TAPLEY SHORT. M.A. Governor of Wesley Col-
lege, Taunton, England. Deceased ; date of death unknown.

WILLIAM H. HUGHES. D.D. M.A., Union University, 1882.

Born August 11, 1839, Albany, N. Y.

Methodist Episcopal minister, Troy Conference, 1863 .

Address : Mechanicsville, N. Y.

*HENRY LUMMIS. D.D.

(See Record of Graduates, No. 515.)

EDGAR MONCENA SMITH. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 963.)

PHINEAS CHAPMAN LOUNSBURY. LL.D. Born January 10,
1844, Ridgefield, Conn.

Served in I7th Conn. Volunteer Infantry, during the Civil War.
Member and Speaker, Conn. House of Representatives. Governor of
Connecticut, 1887-89. President, Merchants' Exchange National Bank
of New York, N. Y. Trustee of Wesleyan University, 1880 .

Address: 257 Broadway, New York, N. Y.

HENRY ORLANDO MARCY. LL.D. M.D., Harvard Univer-
sity, 1864; M.A. (Hon.), Amherst College, 1870. Born June 23, 1837,
Otis, Mass.

Assistant surgeon, 35th U. S. Colored Troops, 1863. Medical
Director of Florida, 1864-65. Practised medicine in Cambridge, Mass.,
1865-69. Studied in Berlin, London, and Edinburgh, 1869-70. Superin-
tendent of a private hospital in Cambridge, Mass., for treatment of

surgical diseases, 1880 . President, American Academy of Medicine,

1884; American Medical Association, 1892.

Address : 180 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass.

*GEORGE MURRAY COLVILLE. M.A. D.D., Syracuse Uni-
versity, 1890. Born December 6, 1851, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Methodist Episcopal minister, Wyoming Conference, 1877-94. Pres-
byterian minister, 1894-1915. Died February 10, 1915, Liberty, N. Y.

878



HONORARY ALUMNI. [1888-89



1888.

WILLIAM HEALEY DALL. M.A. Sc.D., University of Penn-
sylvania, 1904; LL.D., George Washington University, 1915. Born
August 21, 1845, Boston, Mass.

Studied under Louis Agassiz. On the International Telegraph Expe-
dition to Alaska, 1865-68; U. S. Coast Survey, Alaska, 1871-84.
Paleontologist, U. S. Coast Survey, 1884-1905. Honorary curator, U. S.

National Museum, 1880 . Professor of Invertebrate Paleontology,

Wagner Institute of Science, Philadelphia, Pa., 1893 .

Address: Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C.

ELIJAH ROBERTS WATSON. M.A.
Professor in the University of Southern California.
Address : 467 20th St., San Diego, Cal.

"HERBERT FRANKLIN FISK. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 655.)

EDMUND MEAD MILLS. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 983.)

JAMES EMERY COCHRAN SAWYER. D.D. LL.D., Bates

College, 1905. Born August 12, 1842, Boston, Mass.

Methodist Episcopal minister, East Maine, Maine, New England

Southern, and Troy Conferences, 1863-92, 1900 . Editor of The

Northern Christian Advocate, 1892-1900.

Address: Bath, Me.

*JOHN RHEY THOMPSON. D.D. B.A., Mount Union College,

1871. Born March 14, 1852, North Carrollton, Ohio. Methodist
Episcopal minister. Died July 22, 1904, New York, N. Y.

*G[EORGE] BROWN GOODE. LL.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 917.)



J889.

*ORANGE WALTER SCOTT. M.A.
(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1868.)

FRANCIS DURBIN BLAKESLEE. D.D. B.A., Syracuse Uni-
versity, 1872 ; M.A., Syracuse, 1875 ; Litt.D., Iowa Wesleyan University,
1905. Born February i, 1846, Vestal, N. Y.

Quartermaster's' clerk, 1863-65. Methodist Episcopal minister,' 1868,
1871-73, 1886-87. Principal, Union School, Whitney Point, N. Y., 1869-
70; East Greenwich Academy, R. L, 1873-84, 1887-99, 1918-20. Studied
abroad, 1884-85. President, Iowa Wesleyan University, 1899-1900.
Principal of Cazenovia Seminary, N. Y., 1900-08. Superintendent,
Binghamton District Anti-Saloon League, 1908-18. Delegate to General



Conference, M. E. Church, 1892.
Address : East Greenwich, R. I.



879



1889-91] HONORARY ALUMNI.

*ENSIGN McCHESNEY. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 869.)

GEORGE PRESTON MAINS. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 929.)

WATSON LYMAN PHILLIPS. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 986.)

*WILLIAM WAUGH SMITH. LL.D. M.A., Randolph-Macon

College, 1871. Born March 12, 1845, Warrenton, Va.

Served in the Confederate Army, 1862-65. Principal of Bethel Acad-
emy, 1871-78. Professor, Randolph-Macon College, 1878-86; President,
1886-97. Chancellor of the Randolph-Macon System of Colleges and
Academies, 1897-1912. Died November 29, 1912, Lynchburg, Va.



J890,

TIMOTHY PRESCOTT FROST. M.A.
(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1876.)

*ROBERT LAUDER. M.A.

(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1867.)

*EDSON WYLLYS BURR. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 648.)

MORRIS WATSON PRINCE. D.D.

(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1868.)

*HENRY ALANSON STARKS. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 903.)

HENRY WADE ROGERS. LL.D. B.A., University of Michigan,

1874; M.A., University of Michigan, 1877, and Yale University (ad
eundem), 1907; LL.D., Northwestern University, 1915. Born October
10, 1853, Holland Patent, N. Y.

Admitted to the bar, 1877. Professor of Law, University of Michi-
gan, 1882-85; Professor of Law and Roman Law, 1885-90; Lecturer
on Domestic Relations and Criminal Law, 1890. Dean of the Law
School, 1885-90. President of Northwestern University, 1890-1901.
Professor of Law, Yale University, 1901-21 ; Dean of the Law Depart-
ment, 1904-21. U. S. circuit judge, Second Judicial District, 1913 .

Chairman, World's Congress on Jurisprudence and Law Reform, World's
Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893. General chairman, Saratoga
Conference on the Foreign Policy of the United States, 1898.

Address : U. S. District Court, Post Office Building, New York, N. Y.



J89J.

THOMAS JEFFERSON BISSELL. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 506.)

880



HONORARY ALUMNI. [1891-94

*GEORGE HARRISON McGREW. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 927.)

*JAMES MUDGE. D.D.

(See Record of Graduates, No. 806.)

*ALONZO JAY EDGERTON. LL.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 393.)

J892.

*GEORGE PECK ECKMAN. M.A.

(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1884.)



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