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in the Protestant Episcopal Church, 1864. Minister at St. Alban's
Church, Danielsonville, Conn., 1864-66. Ordained priest, 1865. Rector
of various churches in Connecticut, New York, Massachusetts, and Iowa,
1865-83. Received into the Roman Catholic Church, 1883. Founded the
Society of Middletown Upper Houses, 1905. Author : Middletown
Upper Houses.

Married October 3, 1860, Elizabeth Gridley Ranney, of Cromwell, Conn.
Children: Elizabeth Virginia, b. November 3, 1861, m. J. H. Kincaid;
James Mortimer, b. June 30, 1863; Charles Samuel Gridley, b. August
17, 1867; Arthur Ranney, b. June 10, 1870, d. April 27, 1893.

Address : Cromwell, Conn.

610. DAVID ALLISON. B.A. (saint.); M.A., 1862; LL.D.,
Victoria University, 1873, Queen's College, 1900, Wesleyan, 1903, and
Dalhousie University, 1919. A. A. <. Born July 3, 1836, Newport, Nova
Scotia, Canada.

Principal of Stanstead Academy, Quebec, Canada, 1859-60. Taught in
Mount Allison Wesleyan Academy, Sackville, N. B., Canada, 1860-62.
Professor of Classics, Mount Allison College, Sackville, N. B., Canada,
1862-69; President, 1869-78, 1891-1911. Superintendent of Education,
Province of Nova Scotia, 1878-91. Delegate to Methodist Ecumenical
Conference, 1881. Author: Text-book of English Grammar; Outlines
of British History; History of Nova Scotia.

Married June 18, 1862, Elizabeth Powell, of Richibucto, N. B., Canada,
who died December 14, 1898. Married July 3, 1902, Ellen Elizabeth
Cummins, of Souris, P. E. I., Canada. Children : James Whidden, b.
September 16, 1864, d. March 29, 1870; Edmund Powell, b. July 9, 1866
(B.A., Dalhousie College, 1888) ; Charles F., b. August 22, 1868, d.
March 29, 1885; David, b. July 22, 1871, d. December 20, 1904; Henry
Augustus, b. August 6, 1877 (B.A., Mount Allison, 1898).

Address : Halifax, N. S., Canada.

611. *FREDERIC SHEPARD BARNUM. B.A. ; M.A., 1862.
X. ^. Born February 3, 1837, Bethel, Conn. Methodist Episcopal, later
Presbyterian, minister. Died March 28, 1911, Kingston, N. Y.

612. *ASA BOOTHBY. B.A. ; M.A., 1862. A. A. 3>. Born Sep-
tember 23, 1834, Limington, Me.

Taught in Falley Seminary, Fulton, N. Y., 1859-65, 1879-81. Druggist
in Phoenix, N. Y., 1865-67, 1874-79. Taught in Wesleyan Academy,
Wilbraham, Mass., 1867-74. Principal of Union School and Academy,
Fulton, N. Y., 1881-85; School for Patients, State Hospital, Willard,

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N. Y., 1886-96. Engaged in private tutoring, and soliciting agent for a
firm of nurserymen, 1898-1912. Author: Nomenclature of Chemistry;
Pamphlets (published by the National Temperance Society). Died May
2, 1912, Westbrook, Me.

Married November 19, 1863, Julia Elizabeth Hutchinson, of Phoenix,
N. Y. Children: Frank Lincoln, b. November 21, 1864; Anna Louise,
b. October i, 1867, m. F. E. Gillette.



613. *EDWIN OSCAR BRIM. B.A. Born September 19, 1835.
Teacher. Died March, 1868, Monmouth, 111.



613a. *HENRY BASCOM BROWN. B.A., 1911. Born July 5,
1833, Middleboro, Mass.

Left college during Senior year, 1858. Engaged in journalism, 1858-63.
Acting assistant paymaster, U. S. Navy, 1863-65. Served on the editorial
staff of The Boston Journal, 1865. Engaged in manufacturing in New
Haven, Conn., 1866-78; .East Hampton, Conn., 1878-1913. Helped to
organize the prohibition party in Connecticut, 1871. Editor and proprie-
tor, State Temperance Journal, 1871-74. Ordained minister of the Second
Advent denomination. Chairman, Prohibition State Central Committee,
1896-1903. Died June 13, 1916, Woodmont, Cal.

Married May 14, 1853, Adeline Strong Gates, of East Hampton, Conn.,
who died February 19, 1875. Married May I, 1878, Genevra Jane Sexton,
of East Hampton, Conn., who died March 23, 1916. Children: Grace
Adeline, b. June 10, 1858, m. Abner Watrous Barton, d. April 2, 1914;
Charles Sumner, b. August 23, 1860 (Ph.B., Yale) ; Harry Bushnell, b.
July 15, 1862; Bertha Gates, b. April 3, 1865, m. Frederick Steele Black-
all; Ethel Northrop, b. October i, 1866, m. Charles F. Englebach (who
died), m. Henry Enos Tuley, M.D. ; Edith, b. June 29, 1869, m. John
Milton Kinder; Caroline, b. June 12, 1879; Genevra Vivien, b. June 26,
1881, m. Rev. Ralph George Hartley.



614. *ROBERT PAGAN BUCKNAM. B.A. ; M.A., 1862.
A. A. 3>. $. B. K. Born September 15, 1832, Columbia, Me. School
principal. Died February 23, 1865, Bangor, Me.



615. *JAMES CARR, JR. B.A. Born September 18, 1829, Bethany,
Pa. Teacher. Died November 6, 1873, Stroudsburg, Pa.



615a. BENJAMIN HICKS CHENEY. B.A., 1911; M.D., Uni-
versity of Louisiana (now Tulane University), 1861. <k. T. Born Octo-
ber 10, 1838, Vicksburg, Miss.

Left college at the end of Freshman year. Acting assistant surgeon,
U. S. Army, 1861-62. Assistant surgeon, 41 st Ohio Volunteers, 1862.
Medical purveyor, 21 st and 4th Army Corps, 1862-64. Examining sur-
geon of the provost marshal's bureau for the 6th District of Illinois,
1864-65. Associate editor of The Medical Investigato*, 1871-73. Presi-
dent of the Board of Examining Surgeons for Pensions, New Haven,

Conn., 1874-82. Practising medicine in New Haven, Conn., 1871 .

Member of New Haven City Board of Health, 1878-84. Department
Commander, G. A. R., Conn., 1917-18.

Married March 10, 1863, Sarah Jane Austin, of Newcastle, Me.
Children: Benjamin Austin, b. June 10, 1867 (B.A., Yale, 1888) ; Arthur

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Sanford, b. October 4, 1869 (Ph. B., Yale, 1889), d. December 28, 1908;
Harold Clark, b. June 19, 1877 (B.A., Yale, 1899) ; Alice Josephine, b.
August 7, 1879, m. Walter L. Ferris.

Address : 249 Park St., New Haven, Conn.

616. *WALTER STEVENS CUSHMAN. B.A. X. *. Born
December 16, 1837, Philadelphia, Pa. Lawyer. Died July 20, 1898, Ashe-
ville, N. C.



617. *GEORGE GAMALIEL DAINS. B.A. ; M.A., 1862. *. T.
Born May i, 1828, Randolph, Vt. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died
August 3, 1884, Hamilton, N. Y.

618. "JONATHAN HARNED DALLY. B.A. *. T. $. B. K.

Born October 7, 1838, Woodbridge, N. J. Methodist Episcopal minister.
Died May I, 1885, on shipboard.



619. STEPHEN BROOKS DAVIS. B.A. A. A. $. $. B. K.
Born August 10, 1839, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Studied law, 1859-61. Practised law in Iowa City, la., 1861-63. Quar-
termaster's clerk; with Sherman's army to Atlanta, 1863-66. Chief
clerk in Quartermaster's Department, Central District of Texas, 1865-66.
Agent in Paris, France, for W. & B. Douglas, pump manufacturers, of
Middletown, Conn., 1867-68. In the coal business in Middletown, Conn.,
1869-96. Judge of probate, District of Middletown, Conn., 1897-1909.
Coroner, Middlesex County, Conn., 1889 Practising law in Mid-
dletown, 1909 . Member of City Board of Education, and of Common

Council.

Married December 8, 1870, Hattie S. Woodward, of Middletown, Conn.
Children: Clara Southmayd, b. November 17, 1871 (class of 1893), m.
C. T. Guildford (No. 1955) ; Stephen Brooks (No. 1838), b. November
18, 1874; Rachel Louise, b. September n, 1879, m. Henri deMagnin.

Address : Middletown, Conn.

620. "SPENCER RILAND FULLER. B.A. ; M.A., 1862. A. A. <1>.
*. B. K. Born June 6, 1829, Fullerville, N. Y. Methodist Episcopal
minister. Died September 16, 1870, Watertown, N. Y.

621. "WESLEY CURTIS GINN. B.A. ; M.A., 1862. A. A. 3>.
.$. B. K. Born December n, 1830, Vinal Haven, Me.

Principal of High School, Bristol, Conn., 1859-61. Vice-principal of
High School, Hartford, Conn., 1861-63. Made a voyage to India, 1863-64.
Principal of High School, Stamford, Conn., 1864-65. Conducted a home
boarding school in Stamford, Conn., 1865-69. Principal of Ithaca
Academy, N. Y., 1869-75; Syracuse Classical .School, N. Y., 1875-85.
Superintendent of schools, Hillsdale, Mich., 1885-89. Financial repre-
sentative of the New^ England Conservatory of Music, Boston, Mass.,
1889-91. Representative of Ginn & Co., publishers, Boston, Mass., 1891-
1906. Retired, 1906. Died June 8, 1918, Delaware, Ohio.

Married May 26, 1859, Mary Jane Lyon, of Easton, Conn. Children :
Agnes Rebecca, b. January 17, 1862; Calderwood Bramhall, b. October
9, 1867, d. August 16, 1870; Carleton Whiton, b. September 6, 1870, d.
April 8, 1885.

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622. *ALLEN GRISWOLD. B.A. *. T. $. B. K. Born May 28,
1839, Middletown, Conn. Lawyer. Died January 4, 1862.



623. *EDWIN BAYARD HARVEY. B.A. ; M.A., 1862; M.D.,
Harvard University, 1866. ^. T. Born April 4, 1834, Deerfield, N. H.

Taught in Troy Conference Academy, Vt, 1859-60. Principal of
Macedon Academy, N. Y., 1860-62. Taught in Wesleyan Academy,
Wilbraham, Mass., 1862-64. Studied in Harvard Medical School,
1864-66. Practised medicine in Westboro, Mass., 1866-1913. Visited the
principal hospitals of Germany, Austria, and Great Britain, 1872. Presi-
dent of Worcester County Medical Society, 1882-83. Member of School
Board, 1869-87. Superintendent of schools, Westboro, 1887-90. Trustee
of State Reform School, 1873-79. Member of Massachusetts House of
Representatives, 1884-85; of Massachusetts Senate, 1894-95. Member
and secretary, Massachusetts Board of Registration in Medicine. Presi-
dent, Massachusetts Medical Society, 1898-99. Died September 28, 1913,
Westboro, Mass.

Married July 31, 1860, Abby K. Tenney, of Concord, N. H.



624. *WILLIAM FLETCHER HATFIELD. B.A. ; M.A., 1862.
Born June 5, 1834, Scarsdale, N. Y. Methodist Episcopal minister.
Died June 7, 1890, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.

625. STEPHEN SOUTHRICK HEBBERD. B.A. *. T. Born

September 5, 1841, Jefferson, N. Y.

Principal of Madison Seminary, Ohio, 1 860-61. Captain, U. S. Volun-
teers, 1861-64. Universalist minister, 1866-74, 1884-87. Congregational
minister, 1887-1905. Practised law in St. Louis, Mo., 1877. Engaged in
farming in Macon Co., 111., 1880-84. Retired, engaged in literary work,

!9 5 Author: The Secret of Christianity; History of Wisconsin

under French Dominion; Philosophy of History.

Married July 15, 1869, Ella Smith, of Decatur, 111. Children : Arthur,
b. June 21, 1870; Edward S., b. April 28, 1872; Charles, b. December
28, 1873; Guy, b. October 10, 1878 (B.A., Beloit, 1902); Mary, b.
October 5, 1884, d. November 5, 1884; Nellie, b. January 26, 1888.

Address : 77 Milton St., Maspeth, New York, N. Y.

626. *SAMUEL JACKSON. B.A.; M.A., 1862. A. A. 4>. Born
May, 1833, in Ireland.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New England Conference, 1859-1900.
Supernumerary, 1900-14. Died January n, 1914, Melrose Highlands,
Mass.

Married November 10, 1859, Sarah Morrill Davis, of Lake Village,
N. H., who. died August 28, 1906. Children: Frederic Asbury (No.
I2 73) b. August n, 1860; Barnard Morrill, b. December, 1864, d. Janu-
ary, 1866; William Atwell, b. April 26, 1867; Rhoda May, b. February
23, 1871, d. December 18, 1883; Carl Newell, b. October 23, 1875 (B.A.,
Harvard, 1898) ; Arthur Morrill, b. October 25, 1878.

627. *GEORGE EDWIN KING. B.A. ; M.A., 1863, LL.D.,
University of New Brunswick, 1886; D.C.L., University of Mount Alli-
son, 1893. *. T. $. B. K. Born October 8, 1839, St. John, N. B.,
Canada. Brother of No. 628. Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada.
Died May 7, 1901, Ottawa, Canada.

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628. *STEPHEN JAMES KING. B.A. *. T. $. B. K. Born
January 16, 1838, St. John, N. B., Canada. Brother of No. 627. Ship-
builder and owner. Died July 4, 1897, St. John, N. B., Canada.

629. *ASA PRIOR LYON. B.A. *. T. Born December 11, 1837,
New York, N. Y.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New York Conference, 1859-64, 1867-80.
In business in New York, N. Y. ; preached in Fordham, N. Y., 1864-67.
Preached in Millbank, Dak., 1880-83; in Sioux Falls, 1883-85. Pastor
of Congregational Church, Perry, Iowa, 1885-87; Congregational Church,
Marshall, Iowa, 1887-91. Lecturer on English Literature, Manning
School of Oratory, Minneapolis, Minn., 1891-94. Pastor of 38th St.
Union Church, Minneapolis, Minn., 1894-97. Supplied pulpits in Brook-
lyn, N. Y., 1897-1903. Acting pastor, Sunnyside Reform Church, New
York, N. Y., 1903-07. Instructor in Public Speaking, Y. M. C. A.,
Brooklyn, N. Y., 1906. Died June 8, 1912, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Married October 2, 1861, Mary J. Lane, daughter of Professor H. B.
Lane (No. 20). Child: Frances Hoe, b. July 24, 1877.

629a. SAMUEL MATHER MANSFIELD. B.A., 1911. Born
September 23, 1839, Middletown, Conn.

Left college during Junior year. Studied in the U. S. Military
Academy, West Point, N. Y., 1858-62. Colonel of the 24th Connecticut
Volunteers, and captain of engineers, U. S. Army, 1862-65. Major of
engineer corps, Galveston, Tex., 1881 ; lieutenant colonel, 1888; colonel,
1898; brigadier general, 1903. Engaged in much important engineering
work. President, Yosemite National Park Commission, 1899. Retired,
1903. Massachusetts Harbor and Land Commissioner, 1906-12.

Married April 16, 1874, Mrs. Anna Baldwin Wright, of Detroit, Mich.

Address : 231 Beacon St., Boston, Mass.

630. *JOHN HENRY MOORE. B.A. Born August 2, 1838,
Clinton (now Benton), Me. Teacher. Died August 25, 1863, Augusta,
Me.

631. *JOSEPH LELAND MORSE. B.A.; M.A., 1862. X. ^.
4>. N. 0. 4>. B. K. Born May 4, 1837, Wilton, Me. Teacher. Died June
18, 1905, Evanston, 111.

632. *HORACE WILLIAM PARMENTER. B.A. X. *. $ B. K.

Born August 24, 1839, Lowell, Mass. School principal and journalist.
Died April 16, 1876, Worcester, Mass.

633. *JOHN EMORY POWERS. B.A. ; M.A., 1862. Born April
20, 1837, Augusta, N. Y. Brother of No. 543.

Principal of Ball Seminary, near Troy, N. Y., 1859-60. Engaged in
the nursery business in Lima, N. Y., 1861-63. Teacher of physical cul-
ture, Chicago, 111., 1864. Engaged in the life insurance business, New
York, N. Y., 1865-66. Manager for Wilcox & Gibbs Sewing Machine
Company, London, England, 1867-71. Variously employed in New York,
N. Y., 1871-74- Publisher of The Nation, New York, N. Y., 1874-79.
Engaged in the advertising business with Lord & Taylor, New York,
N. Y., 1879-80; with John Wanamaker, Philadelphia, Pa., 1880-86;
independently, 1886-1919. Died April 20, 1919, Hartsdale, N. Y.

Married December 15, 1862, Emily V. Downing, of New York, N. Y.,
who died in 1880. Married 1881, Emily McKay. Children: Ethel, b.

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May 2, 1864, m. C. M. Hough; Anna, b. July 6, 1866 (B.A., Bryn Mawr,
1890), d. 1894; John Orville, b. July 23, 1868 (B.A., Harvard, 1891).



634. *SILAS EVERARD QUIMBY. B.A. ; M.A., 1862; D.D.,
Syracuse University, 1910. ^. T. <. B. K. Born October 19, 1837,
Haverhill, N. H.

Taught in Newbury Seminary, Vt, 1859-62. Methodist Episcopal min-
ister, New Hampshire Conference, 1863-64, 1867-78, 1886-1913. Taught
in Newbury Seminary, Vt, 1864-66; principal, 1866-67. Principal of
New Hampshire Conference (now Tilton) Seminary, 1878-85. Secretary
N. H. Conference, 1877-1913. Delegate, to General Conference, M. E.
Church, 1880, '96. Died February 23, 1913, Bellefonte, Pa.

Married July 10, 1862, Anna W., daughter of Rev. Orange Scott, who
died March 7, 1901. Children : Clarence Everard, b. May 4, 1863 ;
Carl Noyes (No. 1621), b. November 27, 1866; Mabel Alice, b. February
6, 1870, "m. H. S. Moore; Ernest Scott (No. 1911), b. July 15, 1872;
Anna Lucy, b. September 21, 1877, d. August 30, 1878.



635. GEORGE LITCH ROBERTS. B.A. (valedic.} ; M.A., 1862.
ty. T. <. B. K. Born December 30, 1836, Boston, Mass. Brother of
Nos. 703 and 876.

Studied law in Middletown, Conn., 1860-61. Entered Harvard Law
School ; also studied with Hon. B. R. Curtis, Boston, Mass., 1862.
Practised law in Boston, Mass, (specialist in patent cases), 1864-1920.
Retired, 1920.

Married December i, 1865, Hinda Barnes, of Middletown, Conn., who
died May 27, 1909. Children: Odin Barnes, b. January 22, 1867 (B.A.,
Harvard, 1886) ; Harold Barnes, b. August 8, 1869 (B.S., Mass. Inst.
of Tech., 1890).

Address: 62 Upland Road, Brookline, Mass.

636. *JOHN SANBORN. B.A. A. A. <J>. Born July 16, 1836,
Sanbornton Bridge (now Tilton), N. H. College professor, later in
business. Died May 23, 1902, Fayette, Iowa.

637. *ALFRED HENRY SAXE. B.A. ; M.A., 1862. Born August
5, 1839, Middletown, Conn. Son of No. 84. Methodist Episcopal min-
ister, later in business. Died November n, 1881, Warwick, N. Y.

638. *FRANCIS ASBURY SMITH. B.A. Born November 29,

1837, Salisbury, Mass.

Commenced the practice of law in Johnstown, N. H. ; enlisted in 3d
N. Y. Volunteers, 1861. Commissioned first lieutenant, 1862. Honorably
discharged, 1863. Practised law in Elizabethtown, N. Y., 1865-78, 1891-
1915. County judge and surrogate of Essex Co., New York, 1878-90.
Author : The Critics versus Shakespeare. Editor : Antony and Cleopatra
(Bankside Restoration Series of Shakespeare). Died October 12, 1915,
Elizabethtown, N. Y.

Married April n, 1863, Julia M. Scott, of Salem, N. H.

639. WATSON CARVOSSO SQUIRE. B.A.; LL.B., Cleveland
Law School, 1862; LL.D., Wesleyan, 1911. A. A. 4>. Born May 18,

1838, Cape Vincent, N. Y.

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Principal of Moravia Institute, N. Y., 1859-60. First lieutenant, 39th
N. Y. Volunteers, 1861. Admitted to the bar, 1862. Captain of 7th
Independent Company, Ohio Sharpshooters; commanded battalion, ist
Ohio Vol. Sharpshooters, 1863. Judge advocate of the District of
Tennessee, 1864-65. Commissioned colonel by brevet, 1866. Manufac-
turer of military arms ; treasurer of Remington Arms Company, 1866-79.
Engaged in building and improving property, Seattle, Wash., 1879-83.

President, Union Trust Company, Seattle, Wash., 1898 . Traveled

extensively in Europe, 1877-78 ; in Mexico and the United States, 1878-79.
Governor of Washington Territory, 1884-87. U. S. Senator for the State
of Washington, 1889-97. Trustee of Wesleyan University, 1875 .

Married December 23, 1868, Ida Remington, of Ilion, N. Y. Children :
Remington, b. February 22, 1870 (class of 1893) ; Shirley, b. April 13,
1872 (class of 1895); Aidine, b. March 8, 1877, m. A. V. White;
Marjorie, b. August 18, 1881.

Address: 558 Empire Building, Seattle, Wash.



640. "WILLIAM HENRY STARR. B.A. ; M.A., 1862. $. N. 9.
Born October 20, 1834, Groton, Conn.

Principal of High School, Westfield, Mass., 1859-60. Taught in
Onondaga Academy, N. Y., 1860-61. Principal of public school, New
London, Conn., 1861-62. Methodist Episcopal minister, New England
Southern Conference, 1863-91. Pastor of Congregational Church, Thorn-
ton, R. L, 1891-1900. Superintendent of schools, Johnston, R. L, 1898-
1912. Died May 6, 1912, Thornton, R. I.

Married November 25, 1859, Nancy Williams, of Groton Bank, Conn.
Children: Frederick W., b. October 15, 1860, d. July 30, 1861 ; William
Lincoln, b. October 21, 1864, d. February 7, 18/4; Mattie Louisa, b.
October 22, 1866, m. Dr. A. H. Wood; Harris Ellwood, b. May 7, 1875
(B.A., Brown, 1897).



641. "HORACE SUMNER TARBELL. B.A. ; M.A., 1862; LL.D.,
Brown University, 1896. A. A. $. Born August 19, 1838, Chelsea, Vt.
Superintendent of schools. Died September 16, 1904, San Francisco, Cal.



642. "FREDERICK WOODS. B.A. ; M.A., 1862; D.D., University
of Mount Allison, 1886. *. T. $. B. K. Born September 7, 1833, St.
Johns, Newfoundland.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New England Conference, 1859-1908.
Supernumerary, 1908-14. Died January 28, 1914, Melrose, Mass.

Married June 21, 1860, Sarah H. Shenstone, of Harbor Grace, New-
foundland, who died January 21, 1872. Married November 19, 1873, Anna
Odlin May, of Boston, Mass. Children: William John, b. June 16, 1861 ;
Frederick Shenstone (No. 1413), b. March 8, 1864; Emily, b. March 8,
1864; Alice May, b. May 12, 1876; Marion Hill, b. November 21, 1878.



643. "JOHN WESLEY YOUNG. B.A.; M.A, 1862. <S>. N. 9.
Born January 31, 1833, Pocono (now Jackson), Pa.

Methodist Episcopal minister, Newark Conference, 1859-91. Secretary
of appointments for the Missionary Society of the M. E. Church, 1891-
1913. Died March 23, 1913, Jersey City, N. J.

Married February 20, 1860, Carrie M. Musk, of Jersey City, N. J.
Children: Mary Elizabeth, b. November 19, 1860; Ella Musk, b. July 20,
1862; Blanche, b. February 16, 1864; Carrie Wilson, b. January 30, 1874.

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CLASS OF I860.

644. *BENNETT TYLER ABBOTT. B.A. ; M.A., 1863. < *. T.
Born October 16, 1836, Middlebury, Conn. Methodist Episcopal minister.
Died April 22, 1905, Derby, Conn.

645. EDWARD MERRITT ANTHONY. B.A. ; M.A., 1870.
Born September 3, 1833, Coventry, R. I.

Principal of Manchester Centre Academy, Conn., 1860-62. Methodist
Episcopal minister, New England Southern Conference, 1863-83. Super-
numerary, 1883-1914. Retired, 1914. President, Anthony Screw Com-
pany, of Worcester, Mass. President, Jewett City Savings Bank.

Married April 16, 1861, Abbie Gould Bailey, of Hingham, Mass., who
died November 15, 1915. Child: Albert Hayward, b. November 28, 1863,
d. December 30, 1918.

Address : Jewett City, Conn.

646. *HENRY ROBINSON BLAISDELL. B.A. *. T. Born
November i, 1837, Beaver, Pa. School principal. Died March 14, 1899,
Covington, Ky.

647. *WILBUR FISK BURNS. B.A. ; M.A., 1863. Born August
29, 1837, Harper, Liberia. Lawyer. Died 1869, Sierra Leone, Africa.

648. *EDSON W T YLLYS BURR. B.A. (salut.) ; M.A., 1863;
D.D., 1890. $. N. 6. $. B. K. Born March 29, 1841, Middletown, Conn.
Brother of No. 254. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died March 19,
1900, Island Heights, N. J.

649. WILLIAM RILEY CARR. B.A. ; M.A., 1863. Born Octo-
ber 14, 1830, Freetown, N. Y.

Headmaster of Oakwood County Grammar School, Ontario, Canada,
1860-61. Taught and preached, 1861-63. Appointed to Sydney Circuit,
Methodist Church of Canada, 1863. Principal of a grammar school,
Brighton, Ont, Canada, 1863-65. Gave up teaching on account of ill
health, 1865. Resided in Smithfield, near Brighton, Ont., Canada.

Married December 23, 1861, Miss E. S. Eraser, of Bowmanville, Ont,
Canada. Children : Daniel Cecil, b. January 4, 1863 ; Rose Alma, b. May
31, 1865; Melvin Eli, b. September 14, 1867.

Address: unknown.

650. *GEORGE CLARKE. B.A. ; M.A., 1863. A. A. $. Born
April 15, 1833, Cavan, Ireland.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New York Conference, 1860-90. Super-
numerary, 1890-92. Agent, New York Conference Temperance Society,
1892-1908. Supernumerary, 1908. Died January 19, 1921, Ocean Grove,
N. J.

Married October 10, 1860, Lydia A. Barber, of Vernon Center, N. Y.,
who died March 25, 1908. Married January 26, 1909, Margaret G. Currie,
M.D., of Ocean Grove, N. J. Children : Emory Zenas, b. October 24,
1862, d. April 21, 1885 ; William Lawrence (No. 1546), b. August 7, 1865 ;
Grace Crary, b. October 24, 1868, m. Professor Walter Jones; Emma
Belle, b. July 29, 1871, m. Professor C. G. Shaw; Helen May, b. May 26,
1873, m. C. E. Apgar (class of 1891) ; Cora Frances, b. November 19,
1876, d. June 24, 1884; three others, died in infancy.

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GRADUATES. [1860

651. *WELLESLEY PERRY CODDINGTON. B.A. ; M.A., 1866;
S.T.D., Hamilton College, 1880. 3>. N. 6. <S>. B. K. Born October 23,
1840, Sing Sing (now Ossining), N. Y.

Taught in Troy Conference Academy, Poultney, Vt, 1860-62 ; Amenia
Seminary, N. Y., 1862-63. Principal of Amenia Seminary, 1863-64.
Joined New York Conference, M. E. Church, 1864. Taught in Oneida
Conference (now Cazenovia) Seminary, N. Y., 1864-65; principal, 1865.
Professor of Modern Languages, Genesee College, N. Y., 1865-66; of
Greek and German, 1866-68; of Greek and Latin, 1868-71. Professor of
Greek, Syracuse University, 1871-73; of Greek and Ethics, 1873-91;
of Philosophy and Pedagogy, 1891-97; of Philosophy, 1897-1913. Died
August 13, 1913, Hamburg, Germany.

Married July 23, 1863, Louisa Guibord, of Plattsburg, N. Y. Children :
Herbert Guibord, b. February 6, 1865 (B.A., Syracuse, 1886) ; Gertrude,
b. March 13, 1868 (B.A., Wellesley), m. W. C. Stimson; Winifred, b.
January I, 1873; Ethel, b. February 27, 1876, d. 1891.

652. 'ANDREW KERR CRAWFORD. B.A. ; M.A., 1863. Born
April 22, 1830, Economy, N. S., Canada. Methodist Episcopal, later Con-
gregational, minister. Died October n, 1897, East Oakland, Cal.

653. 'EDWARD EDSON. B.A. $. B. K. Born October 2, 1834,
Yarmouth Port, Mass. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died May 23,
1902, Yarmouth Port, Mass.

654. 'JAMES THOMAS EDWARDS. B.A. ; M.A., 1863; D.D.,
Allegheny College, 1877; LL.D., Allegheny, 1891. S^. T. Born January
6, 1838, Barnegat, N. J.

Taught in Amenia Seminary, N. Y., 1860-61 ; Providence Conference
Seminary (now East Greenwich Academy), R. I., 1861-62. First lieu-
tenant, Co. K, nth Regiment, R. I. Volunteers, 1862. Again taught in
Providence Conference Seminary, 1863-64; principal, 1864-70. Member
of Rhode Island Senate, 1865-69. Joined Providence (now New
England Southern) Conference, M. E. Church, 1867. Presidential
Elector for Rhode Island, 1868. Transferred to Erie Conference, 1870.



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