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LEON KURTZ WILLMAN. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1977.)

WALTER PARKE BRADLEY. Sc.D.

(See Record of Members of the Faculty, not Graduates of Wesleyan.)

STOCKTON AXSON. L.H.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1586.)

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



19J5.

WALTER GUYTON CADY. M.A. (ad eundem).

(See Record of Members of the Faculty, not Graduates of Wesleyan.)

EDGAR FAUVER. M.A. (ad eundem).

(See Record of Members of the Faculty, not Graduates of Wesleyan.)

JOSEPH WILLIAM HEWITT. M.A. (ad eundem).

(See Record of Members of the Faculty, not Graduates of Wesleyan.)

FREDERICK SLOCUM. M.A. (ad eundem}.

(See Record of Members of the Faculty, not Graduates of Wesleyan.)

CHARLES AUGUSTUS TUTTLE. M.A. (ad eundem).

(See Record of Members of the Faculty, not Graduates of Wesleyan.)

ARCHIBALD CLINTON HARTE. M.A.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1697.)

EDGAR BLAKE. D.D. Graduate, Boston University, School of

Theology, 1898; D.D., Nebraska Wesleyan University, 1915. Born
December 8, 1869, Gorham, Me.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New Hampshire Conference, 1895-1908.
Assistant secretary, Board of Sunday Schools, M. E. Church, 1908-12;
corresponding secretary, 1912-20. Elected Bishop of the Methodist
Episcopal Church, 1920.

Address: 58 E. Washington St., Chicago, 111.

CHARLES PERLEY TINKER. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1578.)

IRVING SAMUEL HAYNES. Sc.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1389.)

CHARLES REYNOLDS BROWN. LL.D. B.A., University of

Iowa, 1883; M.A., Univ. of Iowa, 1886; S.T.B., Boston University,
1899; M.A., Yale University, 1911; D.D., Oberlin College, 1912, and
Brown University, 1914. Born October i, 1862, Bethany, W. Va.

Congregational minister, Oakland, Cal., 1896-1911. Dean of Yale
Divinity School, 1911 . Special Lecturer, Leland Stanford Jr. Uni-
versity, 1899-1906; Cornell University, 1909; Columbia University, 1911.
Moderator, National Council of the Congregational Church, 1913-15.

Address: 233 Edwards St., New Haven, Conn.

902



HONORARY ALUMNI. [1915-16

WILLIAM NORTH RICE. LL.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 813.)

J9J6,

GEORGE SEYMOUR GODARD. M.A.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1691.)

ALBERT BARRETT MEREDITH. M.A.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1854.)

EDWARD CAMPION ACHESON. D.D. B.A., Wycliffe Col-
lege, University of Toronto, 1889; M.A., New York University, 1892;
S.T.D., Trinity College, 1916 ; D.D., Berkeley Divinity School, 1916, and
Wycliffe College, 1917. Born April 7, 1858, Woolwich, Kent, England.

Rector, Holy Trinity Church, Middletown, Conn., 1892-1915. Suf-
fragan Bishop of Connecticut, 1915 .

Address: Middletown, Conn.

FRED WINSLOW ADAMS. D.D. D.D., Syracuse University,

1905. Born August 31, 1866, Belfast, Me.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New York East Conference, 1896-1902;
Troy Conference, 1902-15; New York Conference, 1915-18; New
England Conference, 1918 .

Address: 37 Edwards St., Springfield, Mass.

WILLIAM HENRY KIDD. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1705.)

LEWIS MARSHALL LOUNSBURY. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1806.)

WILBUR VINCENT MALLALIEU. D.D. B.A., Dickinson

College, 1899; B.D., Drew Theological Seminary, 1902. Born May 10,
1876, Baltimore, Md.

Studied in Graduate School of New York University, United Free
Church College, Glasgow, Scotland, Johns Hopkins University, and
Union Theological Seminary. Methodist Episcopal minister.

Address: 118 Demarest Ave., Englewood, N. J.

NICHOLAS MURRAY BUTLER. LL.D. B'.A., Columbia Uni-
versity, 1882; M.A., Columbia, 1883; Ph.D., Columbia, 1884; LL.D.,
Syracuse University, 1898, Tulane University, 1901, Johns Hopkins Uni-
versity, Princeton University, University of Pennsylvania, and Yale
University, 1902, University of Chicago, 1903, St. Andrew's University
and Manchester University, 1905, Cambridge University, 1907, Williams
College, 1908, Harvard University and Dartmouth College, 1909, Univer-
sity of Breslau, 1911, Brown University, 1914, and Toronto University,
1915; Litt.D., University of Oxford, 1905. Born April 2, 1862,
Elizabeth, N. J.

Assistant in Philosophy, Columbia University, 1885-86; Tutor, 1886-
89; Adjunct Professor, 1889-90; Dean, and Professor of Philosophy

and Education, 1890-1902; President, 1902 . Officer of the Legion

of Honor (France), 1906; Commander, 1912. Commander, Order of
the Red Eagle (Prussia), 1910.

Address : 60 Morningside Drive, New York, N. Y.

903



1916-18] HONORARY ALUMNI.

HARRY BURNS HUTCHINS. LL.D.
(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1870.)



AT CONVOCATION, SEPTEMBER 28, 1916.

ARCHIBALD CLINTON HARTE. LL.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1697.)



J9J7.

JOHN ORVILLE NEWTON. M.A.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1757.)

JAMES HENRY MORGAN. D.D. B.A., Dickinson College,

1878; M.A., Dickinson, 1881 ; Ph.D., Bucknell University, 1892; LL.D.,
Pennsylvania College, 1916, and Franklin and Marshall College, 1917.
Born January 21, 1857, Concord, Del.

Taught in Pennington Seminary, N. J., 1878-81 (vice-principal, 1879-
81) ; Rugby Academy, Philadelphia, Pa., 1881-82. Principal, Dickinson
College Preparatory School, 1882-84. Adjunct Professor of Greek,
Dickinson College, 1884-90; Professor, 1890-1915; Dean, 1903-14;
Acting-President, 1914-15; President, 1915 .

Address: Carlisle, Pa.

CHARLES EDWARD SPAULDING. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1453.)

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

FREDERICK MORGAN DAVENPORT. LL.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1549.)

EUGENE RUSSELL HENDRIX. LL.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 849.)



J9J8*

EDGAR SHEFFIELD BRIGHTMAN. M.A. (ad eundem}.

(See Record of Members of the Faculty, not Graduates of Wesleyan.)

FRANK EDGAR FARLEY. M.A. (ad eundem}.

(See Record of Members of the Faculty, not Graduates of Wesleyan.)

CHARLES RUGLAS HOOVER. M.A. (ad eundem}.

(See Record of Members of the Faculty, not Graduates of Wesleyan.)

PHILIP GRA.EME WRIGHTSON. M.S. (ad eundem). B.S.,

University of Chicago, 1900; M.S., University of Chicago, 1902. Born
July 5, 1876, Chicago, 111.

904



HONORARY ALUMNI. [1918-19

Commissioned second lieutenant, Infantry, U. S. Army, 1902; pro-
moted to first lieutenant, 1909; captain, 1916; major, 1917. Retired,
1917. Professor of Military Science and Tactics, University of Wiscon-
sin, 1913-16; Michigan Agricultural College, 1917-18, 1919 . Com-
manding Officer, S.A.T.C., Wesleyan University, September-December,
1918.

Address : 341 Abbott Ave., E. Lansing, Mich.

WILLIAM DEVERNE BEACH. D-D. B.A., Yale University,

1897; B.D., Yale, 1900. Born December u, 1873, Bridgeport, Conn.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New York East Conference, 1900 .

Address : 8 Medina Place, Elmhurst, N. Y.

ROBERT EDWARD JONES. D.D. B.A., Bennett College,

1895; M.A., Bennett, 1898; B.D., Gammon Theological Seminary, 1897;
D.D., New Orleans University, 1901, and Gammon Theological Seminary,
1905; LL.D., Howard University, 1911. Born February 19, 1872,
Greensboro, N. C.

Methodist Episcopal minister. Assistant manager, Southwestern
Christian Advocate, 1897-1901. Field secretary, Board of Sunday
Schools, M. E. Church, 1901-04. Editor, Southwestern Christian Advo-
cate, 1904-20. Elected Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1920^

Address: 631 Baronne St., New Orleans, La.

ALPHA GILRUTH KYNETT. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1181.)

FRANK MASON NORTH. LL.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 984.)

WILLIAM RENWICK RIDDELL. LL.D. B.A., Victoria Uni-
versity, 1874; B.S., Victoria, 1876; LL.B., Victoria, 1878; L.H.D'.,.
Syracuse University, .1911; LL.D., Toronto University, McMaster Col-
lege, Trinity College (Canada), Lafayette College, University of Roches-
ter, Northwestern University, and Yale University. Born April 6, 1852,.
Hamilton Township, Ontario, Canada.

Practised law, Coburg and Toronto, Ont, Canada, 1883-1906. Judge-
of the King's Bench Division, High Court of Justice, Ontario, 1906-12..
Justice of the Supreme Court of Ontario, 1912 .

Address: Osgoode Hall, Toronto, Ont, Canada.



AT CONVOCATION, NOVEMBER 18, 1918.

*ARTHUR THOMAS GUTTERY. D.D. - Born June 15, 1862,.
Birmingham, England.

Primitive Methodist minister. President of the Conference, 1916-17.
President, National Council of Free Churches of England, 1919-20.
Hartley Theological Lecturer, 1920. Died December 17, 1920, in?
England.



WARREN FRENCH SHELDON. M.A.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 2099.)



905



1919] HONORARY ALUMNI.

LEWIS LOOMIS RICHARDS. M.A.

Served with the Commission for the Relief of Belgium.

Address : C. R. B. Educational Foundation, Brussels, Belgium.

RALPH SPALDING CUSHMAN. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 2271.)

RALPH WELLES KEELER. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 2433.)

BENJAMIN MURLEY JOHNS. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 2546.)

RAYMOND LALOR FORMAN. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 2611.)

WILLIAM PALMER LADD. D.D. B.A., Dartmouth College,

1891 ; M.A., Dartmouth, 1894, and Harvard University, 1903 ; B.D.,
General Theological Seminary, 1897 1 D.D., General Theological Semi-
nary, and Dartmouth College, 1919. Born May 13, 1870, Lancaster,
N. H.

Taught in Holderness School, N. H., 1892-93. Studied in Europe,
1893-95 ; General Theological Seminary, 1895-97. Pastor of St. Barna-
bas' Church, Berlin, N. H., 1897-1902. Graduate student, Harvard Uni-
versity, 1902-03. Instructor in Church History, Berkeley Divinity
School, 1904-05; Professor, 1905-18; Dean, 1918 .

Address: Middletown, Conn.

FRANK BOWERS LITTELL. Sc.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1652.)

EDWARD LEE THORNDIKE. Sc.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1869.)

GEORGE ARTHUR BURRELL. Sc.D. Chem. Eng. (Hon.),

Ohio State University, 1918. Born January 23, 1882, Cleveland, Ohio.

Chemist, U. S. Geological Survey, 1904-08; Bureau of Mines, 1908-16.
Colonel, U. S. Army, in charge of Research Division, Chemical Warfare
Service, 1916-17. President, Island Refining Company, and Burrell Sup-
ply Company, 1918 . Received Distinguished Service Medal, U. S.

Army.

Address: 120 Broadway, New York, N. Y.

CALEB THOMAS WINCHESTER. LL.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 906.)

LEIGH CARLYLE PALMER. LL.D. Born January 11, 1873,

St. Louis, Mo.

Graduated from U. S. Naval Academy, 1896. Promoted to lieutenant,
junior grade, 1901; lieutenant, 1903; lieutenant-commander, 1908; com-
mander, 1915; rear admiral, 1916. Chief of the Bureau of Navigation,
1916.

Address : 2843 Connecticut Ave., Washington, D. C.

LEONARD WOOD. LL.D. M.D., Harvard University, 1884;

LL.D., Harvard, 1899, Williams College, 1902, and University of Penn-
sylvania, 1903. Born October 9, 1860, Winchester, N. H.

906



HONORARY ALUMNI. [1919-20

Assistant surgeon, U. S. Army, 1886; captain assistant surgeon, 1891.
Colonel, ist U. S. Volunteer Cavalry, 1898; brigadier-general and major-
general of volunteers, 1898. Brigadier-general, U. S. Army, 1901 ;
major-general, 1903. Awarded Congressional Medal of Honor, 1898.
Military Governor of Cuba, 1899. Commander, Philippines Division,
1906-08; Department of the East, 1908-09, 1914-17. Chief of Staff,
U. S. Army, 1910-14. Commander, Southeastern Department, 1918-19;
Central Department, 1919-21. Governor-General of the Philippines,
1921 .

Address: Manila, P. I.

MARCUS HENSEY HOLCOMB. LL.D. Born November 28,

1844, New Hartford, Conn.

Admitted to the bar, 1871. Judge of the Probate Court for more than
thirty years. Member, Connecticut Senate, 1893; House of Represen-
tatives (speaker), 1905. Attorney- General of Connecticut, 1907-10.
Judge of the Superior Court, 1910-14. Governor of Connecticut, 1915-20.

Address : Southington, Conn.



AT CONVOCATION, OCTOBER 2, 1919.

DESIRE FE'LICIEN FRANCOIS JOSEPH MERCIER. LL.D.

Born November 21, 1851, Braine-l'Alleud, Province of Brabant,
Netherlands.

Studied in the Universities of Louvain, Paris, and Leipzig. Professor
of Philosophy, University of Louvain, 1882. Archbishop of Malines.
Cardinal, and Primate of Belgium.

Address: Malines, Belgium.

1920.

CAREY HERBERT CONLEY. M.A. (ad eundem}.

(See Record of Members of the Faculty, not Graduates of Wesleyan.)

PAUL HOLROYD CURTS. M.A. (ad eundem).

(See Record of Members of the Faculty, not Graduates of Wesleyan.)

EDWARD CHRISTIAN SCHNEIDER. M.A. (ad eundem}.
(See Record of Members of the Faculty, not Graduates of Wesleyan.)

HENRY BACpN. M.A. Born November 28, 1866, Watseka, 111.

Architect. Designer of the Lincoln Memorial, Washington, D. C.
Address : 344 W. 72d St., New York, N. Y.

GEORGE ELLSWORTH BISHOP. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 2194.)

CHARLES WESLEY BURNS. D.D.

Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1920 .

Address: Helena, Mont.

FREDERICK LINCOLN FLINCHBAUGH. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 2078.)

907



1920-21] HONORARY ALUMNI.

VICTOR GARFIELD MILLS. D.D. Ph.B., Western Reserve

University, 1904; Grad. Union Theological Seminary, 1910; M.A.,
Columbia University, 1911. Born September 21, 1881, Cambridge, Ohio.

In Y. M. C. A. work, 1904-07. Methodist Episcopal minister, New
York East and Baltimore Conferences.

Address: Grace M. E. Church, Baltimore, Md.

WILLIAM MILLER COLLIER. D.C.L. B.A., Hamilton Col-
lege, 1889; M.A., Hamilton, 1892; LL.D., George Washington Univer-
sity, 1917, and Hamilton, 1918. Born November u, 1867, Lodi, N. Y.

Admitted to the bar, 1892. New York State Civil Service Commis-
sioner, 1899-1903 (president of the Commission, 1901-03). Lecturer,
New York Law School, 1903-05, 1912-18. Special Assistant Attorney-
General of the United States, 1903. Solicitor, Department of Commerce
and Labor, 1904. U. S. Minister to Spain, 1905-09. President, George
Washington University, 1917 . U. S. Minister to Chile, 1921 .

Address: Washington, D. C.

ROBERT HERNDON FIFE, JR. L.H.D.

(See Record of Members of the Faculty, not Graduates of Wesleyan.)

JOHN CHEESMAN CLARK. LL.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1432.)

CALVIN COOLIDGE. LL.D. B.A., Amherst College, 1895;

LL.D., Amherst, Tufts College, and Williams College, 1919. Born July
4, 1872, Plymouth, Vt.

Practised law in Northampton, Mass. Member, General Court of
Massachusetts, 1907-08; State Senate, 1912-15 (president, 1914-15).
Lieutenant-Governor of Massachusetts, 1916-18; Governor, 1919-20.
Vice-President of the United States, 1921 .

Address : Washington, D. C.

DAVID GEORGE DOWNEY. LL.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1355.)

THEODORE SOMMERS HENDERSON. LL.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1698.)

'S. EARL TAYLOR. LL.D. B.A., Upper Iowa University, 1893;

M.A., Upper Iowa, 1895; B.D., Drew Theological Seminary, 1899;
LL. D., University of Chattanooga, 1913. Born April 26, 1873, New
Hampton, Iowa.

Connected with Board of Foreign Missions, Methodist Episcopal
Church (now corresponding secretary). Executive secretary, Centenary
Movement of the M. E. Church, 1917-19. General secretary, Inter-
Church World Movement, 1919-20.

Address: in Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y.



192J,

DAVID BREWER EDDY. D.D. B.A., Yale University, 1898;

M.A., Yale, 1901. Born June 20, 1877, Leavenworth, Kansas.

Traveling secretary, Student Volunteer Movement, 1903. Congrega-
tional minister, East Orange, N. J., 1906-09. Associate secretary and

908



HONORARY ALUMNI. [1921

educational secretary, American Board of Commissioners for Foreign

Missions, 1909 . Y. M. C. A. service in France, and with the British

Ministry of Information, 1918.
Address : Newtonville, Mass.

FRANK SUMNER TOWNSEND. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1407.)

EDWARD LAIRD MILLS. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 2026.)

ROBERT NEWTON CRANE. D.C.L.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 842.)

HENRY OSBORN TAYLOR. L.H.D. B.A., Harvard Univer-
sity, 1878; LL.B., Columbia University, 1881 ; D.Litt, Harvard, 1912.
Born December 5, 1856, New York, N. Y.

Author: The Classical Heritage of the Middle Ages; The Medieval
Mind, etc.

Address : 135 E. 66th St., New York, N. Y.

CLINTON DEWITT BURDICK. LL.D.

(See Record of Graduates, No. 1427.)

WILLIAM INGRAHAM HAVEN. LL.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1153.)

EVERETT JOHN LAKE. LL.D. B.S., Worcester Polytechnic

Institute, 1890 ; B.A., Harvard University, 1892. Born February 8, 1871,
Woodstock, Conn.

President, Hartford Lumber Company. Representative, Connecticut
Legislature, 1903-04. State Senator, 1905-06. Lieutenant- Governor of
Connecticut, 1907-08; Governor, 1921 .

Address : 1090 Prospect Ave., Hartford, Conn.

ARTHUR BARRETT MEREDITH. LL.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1854.)

REMSEN BRINCKERHOFF OGILBY. LL.D. B.A., Harvard

University, 1902; M.A., Harvard, 1907; B.D., Episcopal Theological
School, Cambridge, Mass., 1907. Born April I, 1881, New Brunswick,
N. J.

Master at Groton School, 1902-04. Studied in Episcopal Theological
School, Cambridge, Mass., 1904-07. Assistant, St. Stephen's Church,
Boston, Mass., 1907-09. Missionary in the Philippine Islands; Head-
master, Baguio School, 1909-18. Chaplain in U. S. Army, 1918-19.
Master, St. Paul's School, Concord, N. H., 1919-20. President of
Trinity College, 1920 .

Address : Hartford, Conn.



909



SUMMARY.



Graduates 3730f

Non-Graduates 2268

Honorary (Not Graduates of Wesleyan) 352

Faculty (Not Graduates of Wesleyan) 141

Trustees (Not Graduates of Wesleyan) 112

Masters (Not Graduates of Wesleyan) 19

Total names in this book 6622

Graduates 3730

Reported dead 1204

Total number of living Graduates 2526

Non-Graduates 2268

Reported dead 877

Total number of living Non-Graduates 1391



WOMEN GRADUATES AND NON-GRADUATES INCLUDED
IN THE ABOVE

Women Graduates (1876-1912) 230

Reported dead 19

Total number of living Women Graduates 211

Women Non-Graduates 73

Reported dead 8

Total number of living Women Non-Graduates 65

fThe numbers in this book run only to 3720, but there are ten supple-
mentary numbers assigned to those who received degrees "as of" their
class; e.g., Nos. 6133, 6isa, etc.



910



INDEX.



Bachelors of arts, philosophy, or science (pp. 1-611) are indicated by
the date of graduation only. Non-graduates (pp. 612-846) are indicated
by the letter n, masters of arts or of science, on examination (pp. 847-
849) by the letter m, honorary alumni (pp. 850-909) by the letter h,
trustees (pp. xxv-xxxii) by the letter t, and members of the Faculty,
not graduates of Wesleyan (pp. xlviii-lxxyiii) by the letter /. Some
names appear more than once in the book; in such cases the reference is
to the most complete record.



ABBOTT.


ACKART.


Joseph A. 1842


Abial R. n 1853


Everett G. 1902


Lena M. 1892


Aldon 0. 1876




Levi D. n 1900


Bennett T. 1860


ACKERLY.


Lula G. 1895


Dudley C. 1889
George I. n 1888
Henry C. 1859
Henry D. n 1905
John E. 1869
Larmon R. 1866
Sarah L. 1893


Ell wood R. n 1885
George A. 1920
Samuel LeR. 1895
S. Spafford 1918

ACKLEY.


Mary A. 1897
Samuel F. n 1918
Samuel R. 1851
Susan M. 1901
Walter S. 1905
William E. 1901
William H.- 1866


Stephen S. 1885


Joseph B. 1884




William N. n 1884


ADAM.


ADAM SON.


ABEEL.


John D. /


Leslie 1918


Alan C. 1918


ADAMS.


ADKINS.


ABEL


Alfred W. n 1875


Charles L., Jr. n 1910


James M. n 1857


Alice L. 1902
Alton D. n 1886


ADLINGTON.


ABERCROMBIE.


Arlon T. 1903
Arthur P. 1873


Joseph A. 1873


Edward E. 1889


Benjamin J. 1874






Benjamin P. 1907


AGARD.


ABRAHAM.


Charles t
Charles h 1836


Harry L. 1904


Clinton D. 1914
Thomas S. n 1859


Charles C. 1859
Charles T. n 1864
Everett F. 1876


AlKEN.

Andrew P. 1862


ABRAMS.


Fred W.h 1916




Cornelius n 1891
George R. n 1898
Horace M. n 1917


Frederick F. 1920
George L. n 1908
George R. 1863
Hanford C. 1905


AKERS.
Winfred C. 1893




H. Foster 1905


ALBRO.


ACHESON.


Henry W. 1841


A. Bliss 1899


Edward C. h 1916


John E. 1901


Ames S.n 1905



911



Alcott]



INDEX.



ALCOTT.


ALLYN.


ANDREW.


Howard E. n 1872


Robert 1841


Heman B. n 1878






Joseph F. 1876


ALDER.


ALSOP.




Robert h 1839


Charles H. n 1860


ANDREWS.




Joseph W. n 1858


Anna H. 1890


ALDRICH.




Arthur L. 1875


Charles S. /


ALVERSON.


Benjamin F. 1898


Harold R. 1916


James L. 1838


Charles B. h 1879
Edward G. 1847


ALDRIDGE.
Benjamin L. n 1906


ALVORD.
Harry C. n 1904


Edward H. n 1885
Erasmus D. n 1833
Ethel W. ^1909


ALEXANDER.


AMBLER.


Francis D. 1911
Frederick J. 1917


Dixon 1846


Tracy B. n 1915


George t


Howard T. 1890




George E. 1898


James H. t


AMERMAN.


Henry H. n 1 869


James L. n 1898


Richard S. n 1850


Howard G. n 1920


William B. m 1911




Lloyd H. 1891


William W. 1890


AMES.


Markn 1914


ALFORD.
Daniel S. 1871


Benjamin G. n 1849
Bernice D. h 1856
Daniel 1849


Milton S. 1920
Oliver H. n 1920
Theodore F. n 1841


ALLEMAN.
Frederick R. 1915


Edward R. h 1877
George T. 1903
Jacob W.H. 1864
James S. 1905


ANDRUS.
Edith J. 1897
Hamlin J. n 1868


ALLEN.
Alfred L. w'i86i


Jeremiah F. n 1851
Jessie W. H. 1895
Lawrence C. n 1920


John E. 1862
Loyal B.n 1 838
William L. 1893


Alonzo C. 1914






Cecil A. 1917


AMY.


ANGUS.


Charles F. n 1898
Charles F. h 1872
Charles M. 1882
Daniel G. n 1840
Eugene E. n 1909


Ernest F. 1909
E. F., Mrs. (see
SAY, Theresa L.)
John H. 1914


Clara C. 1910

ANTHONY.
Edward M. 1860


George W. n 1841
Harold D. 1907
John W. 1849
Lewis, Jr. 1008
Morse S. 1912


ANDERSON.
Albert A. n 1908
Arthur R. 1906
Clifford R. 1921


ANTLIFF.
William h 1870

APGAR.


Ray R. 1907


Edwin C. 1918


Charles E. n 1887


Raymond D. 1904
Raymond W. 1920


Harold G. 1912
Harry F. n 1917

T 1 f


ARBUCKLE.


Willard S. n 1864


Irving M. 1903
John A. 1896


Wesley M. n ign


ALLING.


OLof J. 1903


ARCHER.


Ebenezer T. M 1851
Morris E. n 1902


Robert A. 1902
Russell H. 1920
Walter M. 1901


George F. n 1881

A T>AT C




Wilbur L. 1892


/iJxJVl o.


ALLISON.


William D. 1911


Goodsil F. 1880


David 1859


William F. h 1902




Eli 1914


William H. 1837


ARMSTRONG.


Foster E. 1916


William K. 1910


Andrew C. /


Vincent B. 1914


William W. 1896


Frederick L. n 1907



912



INDEX.



[Baker.



George W. n 1857
John W. h 1845
Solon 1856


ATWATER.
Charles W. 1906
Edward W. 1876


Clarence E. 1913
Curtiss S. n 1900
Henry h 1920




Wilbur 0.1865


Roger W. 1910


ARNOLD.






Alfred C n 1901


ATWOOD.


BADEAU.


Earle S. n 1917


Anthony W. n 1863


Peter A. n 1840


Edwin D. 1891


Edward V. n 1915




George ni 833


Robert B. n 1862


BAERG.


Harold DeF. 1906
Herbert E. 1920


AUGUR.


Gerhard /


Joseph T. 1839


Ernest A. n 1911


BAGENSTOSE.


ARRIGONI.


AULTMAN.


Harvey L. 1900


Chelso L. n 1921


Merwyn L. 1909


BAGG.






James G. 1903


ARTER.


AUSTIN.


Mary E. 1903


Theodore n 1918


Alfred G. n 1897
Cassius M. n 1903


BAGNALL.


ARTHUR.


Eva V. 1897


Francis A. 1890


Clarence W. n 1917


James M. 1919
Oliver L. n 1895


William R. 1840






BAHRET.


ARVINE.
Kazlitt 1841 (see


AVERY.

Abraham t


James L. 1895


PALMER, Silas W.)


Abraham n 1848


BAILEY.


ASCHENBACH.

Andrew A. n 1919


Charles W. n 1880
Marcellus C. 1899
Paul L. 1919


Alfred M. 1902
John S. n 1852
Jonas M. 1855


ASH.


AXSON.


Joseph A. 1849
Joseph A. n 1880


Wesley 0. 1917


Stockton 1890


Middlesex A. 1877
Norris C. 1899




AXTELL.


Russell S. n 1906


ASHLEY.


Frederic G. 1888


Samuel R. 1868


Kenneth V. n 1921




William F. n 1836




AYRES.


Winthrop C. n 1908


ASHURST.


Daniel n 1842




John M. n 1839


Gabriel D. n 1846


BAIN.






Alan F. 1920


ATHERTON.


AZNAR.


George W. 1920

TT <-


Alexander M. 1897


Julian 1894.


Herbert S. 1912


Frank C. n 1898








BACHELLER.


BAIRD.


ATKINS.


Albert LaF. 1874


Raimond D. 1909


Alfred C. n 1879
Dubois G. n 1889


BACHMAN.


BAKER.


Edwin H. n 1874


George W. n 1908


Asa S. n 1846


George L. n 1913




Charles n 1843


Kenneth N. 1908


BACKUS.


Charles H. 1881


Osmin 1866
Wesley C. 1908


William H. n 1836


Darius 1870
Delos R. 1872


ATKINSON.
Thomas H. 1892


BACON.
Arthur W. 1856
Clarence E. 1878


Edward H. n. 1885
Francis M. n 1881
Frank n 1852
Frank M. 1903



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Baker,]



INDEX.



Gardner t


Edward 1838


BARRACLOUGH.


Greenleaf G. n 1863


Henry 1836


Florence E. 1899


Harry T. 1900


William H. n 1849




Henry 1854




BARRETT.


Henry 1864


BARBER.


Charles W. n 1913


Henry J. t
James H. 1903


Franklin 1893
Mercelon C. F. 1844


Frank E. n 1870



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