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President of Chamberlain Institute, Randolph, N. Y., 1870-92. Director
of Department of Experimental Science at Chautauqua, N. Y., 1880-92.
Member of N. Y. Senate, 1891-92. Extension secretary and lecturer of
the Chautauqua System of Education, 1893. Member of Advisory Council
of World's Congress of Religions, Chicago, 111., 1893. President of the
McDonogh School, near Baltimore. Md., 1893-98. Retired, 1898. Dele-
gate to General Conference, M. E. Church, 1880, '84, '92. Author:
The Grass Family; Silva of Chautauqua Lake; Pen and Picture, etc.
Died August 18, 1914, Randolph, N. Y.

Married July 10, 1862, Emma Atwood Baker, of Somerville, Mass.
Children: Grace Ella, b. March, 1864, m. S. W. Baker; Laura Alice,
b. October, 1867, m. J. H. Lyman ; Florence Emma, b. February 5, 1876,
m. C. H. Sumwalt

655. 'HERBERT FRANKLIN FISK. B.A.; M.A., 1863; D.D.,
1888; LL.D., Allegheny College, 1899, and Northwestern University,
1904. $. N. 0. $. B. K. Born September 25, 1840, Stoughton, Mass.
Brother of No. 1006,

Taught in Delaware Literary Institute, Franklin, N. Y., 1860-61.
Principal of Shelburne Academy, Vt, 1861-63. Taught in Oneida Con-
ference (now Cazenovia) Seminary, N. Y., 1863-67. Joined Oneida

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(now Central New York) Conference, M. E. Church, 1866. Taught in
Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, Mass., 1867-68. Principal of Genesee
Wesleyan Seminary, Lima, N. Y., 1868-73 ; of the Academy of North-
western University, 1873-1904. Transferred to Rock River Conference,
1878. Professor of Education, Northwestern University, 1888-1916.
Died December 20, 1916, Evanston, 111.

Married July u, 1866, Anna Green, of Portageville, N. Y., who died
December 17, 1908. Married February 15, 1912, Car la Fern Sargent,
of Evanston, 111. Children : Aurora Thompson, b. February 4, 1868
(B.A., Northwestern, 1890), m. Professor Charles Zueblin; Ellen Green,
b. April 24, 1875 (B.A., Northwestern, 1906).

656. *SYLVANUS GALE GALE. B.A. ; M.A., 1863; D.D.,
Northern Illinois College, 1896. A. A. <i>. 4>. B. K. Born August 22,
1838, Galesville, N. Y.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New York, Minnesota, and California
Conferences, 1860-1900. Chaplain of Minnesota Senate, 1878-79. Presid-
ing Elder of Winona District, 1880-83. Professor in Hamline University,
1883-86. Presiding Elder, Napa District, 1893-99. Superannuated, 1900-
15. Died February 14, 1915, San Jose, Cal.

Married September n, 1861, Lottie Maria Brinton, of Falls Village,
Conn., w r ho died September 7, 1863. Married. September 9, 1864, Jane
Elizabeth Cloyd, of Mortonvilte, N. Y., who died August 15, 1892.
Married September 12, 1893, Mrs. Annie Applegate, of Pacific Grove,
Cal. Children: Charlotte Cloyd, b. June 20, 1865 (B.A., Hamline), m.
Dr. C. H. Griswold; James Cloyd, b. February 18, 1867; DeWitt Clinton,
b. March 19, 1869; Sylvanus, b. March 24, 1871; William Slocum, b.
February 7, 1873; Mabel Louisa, b. December 13, 1874, m. W. F. Geary,
d. April 6, 1912; Walter Raymond, b. March 4, 1879; Emma Jane, b.
January 30, 1883 (B.A., Univ. of California), m. F. R. Hazard.

657. *DANIEL FOSTER HALLOCK. B.A.; M.A., 1863. Born
April 2, 1833, New Village (now Lake Grove), N. Y.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New York East Conference, 1860-85.
Superannuated, 1885-1916. Died May 21, 1916, Smithtown Branch, N. Y.

Married May 7, 1861, Lora Kingsbury, who died November 10, 1868.
Married February 23, 1870, Mary A. Hancock, of Madison, N. J. Chil-
dren : Lora Sophronia, b. April 18, 1862, m. W. Y. Stansbrough (deceased),
m. W. S. Sands (also deceased) ; John Foster, b. January 15, 1871 ;
Wesley Hancock, b. August 24, 1872 ; Mary Ellen, b. October 19, 1874,
m. Rev. N. R. Smith, d. August 31, 1907; Phebe Louise, b. February 2,
1877; Gertrude Hildreth, b. June 5, 1879; Jennie Mabel, b. January 8,
1882.

658. *GEORGE JANVRIN JUDKINS. B.A. ; M.A., 1863. *. T.
<. B. K. Born December 21, 1830, Kingston, N. H.

Principal of Kingston Academy, N. H., 1860-65. Taught in N. H.
Conference Seminary, Tilton, N. H., 1865-71. Methodist Episcopal min-
ister, New Hampshire Conference, 1872-85. Presiding Elder of Clare-
mont District, 1877-81 ; Dover District, 1881-85. Supernumerary, 1885-
1901. Superannuated, 1901-14. Delegate to General Conference, M. E.
Church, 1880. Trustee of Wesleyan University, 1878-84. Died July 31,
1914, Bristol, N. H.

Married August 16, 1860, Myra Smith Dolloff, of Bristol, N. H. Chil-
dren : George Dolloff, b. December 24, 1864, d. May 25, 1899 ; Charles
Otis (No. 1848), b. October 2, 1868; Lydia Anne, b. September 16, 1873,
m. L. K. Willman (No. 1977).

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659. *MELVIN DEWAIN KINNEY. B.A. ; M.A., 1863. t>. B. K.
Born October 28, 1836, Rodman, N. Y.

Taught in Gouverneur Wesleyan Seminary, N. Y., 1860-61. Methodist
Episcopal minister, Northern New York Conference, 1861-83. Presiding
Elder of Adams District, 1873-77. Supernumerary, 1883-1915. Presi-
dent, Thousand Island Park Association. Trustee of Wesleyan Univer-
sity, 1886-93. Died January 31, 1915, Philadelphia, Pa.

Married November 15, 1860, Martha Coit. Children: Florence Elmira,
b. September 17, 1862; Frederick Abner, b. January 12, 1864; George
Coit, b. July 19, 1869, d. June 15, 1878.

660. *JOHN BROWN LAPHAM. B.A. ; M.A., 1863. Born June
7, 1832, Gloucester, R. I. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died March 13,
1910, Old Orchard, Me.

661. *WILLIAM HENRY LEE. B.A. ; M.A., 1864. Born March
5, 1836, Stanstead, Que., Canada. Superintendent of schools. Died
August 18, 1903, Plattsburg, Mo.

662. "CHARLES SINCLAIR MACREADING. B.A. Born Octo-
ber 8, 1834, Marshfield, Mass. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died May
20, 1875, Middleboro, Mass.

663. *ROBERT LAUDER MATHISON. B.A.; M.A., 1880.
X. ^'. Born June 20, 1839, Middletown, Conn. Son of No. 129.

Taught in Killingworth, Conn., 1860-61. Methodist Episcopal minister,
New York East, East Maine, and Central New York Conferences,
1861-75. Ordained deacon in the Protestant Episcopal Church, 1875, and
later priest. Rector of Protestant Episcopal churches in New York and
Connecticut, 1878-88. Returned to the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1893.
Supplied from time to time in New England Southern and New York
Conferences. In business in Springfield, Mass., 1894-1904. Retired, 1904.
Died December 31, 1918, San Francisco, Cal.

Married June n, 1862, Kate Susan Roberts, of New Hartford, Conn.
Children : Robert Nash, b. June 27, 1863, d. September 9, 1878; Charlotte
Elizabeth, b. July 12, 1865, d. July 12, 1865; Sarah Matilda Ames, b.
June 25, 1866, m. F. W. Eliot; Edward Thomson, b. June 21, 1870
(B.A., Yale, 1893) ; Nellie Roberts, b. April 25, 1872, m. W. F. Geren;
Frederic Huntington, b. December 5, 1873 (B.A., Yale, 1896), d. August
24, 1906; Isabella Selwyn, b. August 31, 1880, m. Robert Stuart.

664. WILLIAM ERASMUS MORGAN. B.A. Born July 12,
1836, Rindge, N. H.

Taught in Chatham, N. Y., 1860-61. Studied law in Claremont, N. H.,
1861-63. Resided in Marengo, 111., 1863-64. Member of Co. A, 8th 111.
Cavalry, 1864-65. Studied in Garrett Biblical Institute, 1865-67. Gradu-
ated, 1867. Methodist Episcopal minister, Rock River and Nebraska
Conferences, 1867-76. Probate judge of York County, 1874-76. Editor
of The York Republican, Neb., 1876-92. Located, 1879. Editor and pro-
prietor of The Leader-Independent, Scotia, Neb., 1892. Member of State
Board of Visitors and Examiners, Soldiers' and Sailors' Homes, 1893-97.
Postmaster, Greeley, Neb., 1897-1914. Removed to Vienna, Va., 1914.
Doorkeeper under Sergeant at Arms, U. S. Senate, 1919-21.

Married November 28, 1867, Phebe W. Cook, of Provincetown, Mass.
Children: Roswell Douglass, b. September 28, 1868 (B.A., Doane, 1896) ;

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Ephraim Cook, b. October 17, 1870 (B.A., Doane, 1896), d. May i, 1898;
Raymond Beveridge, b. July i, 1873 (B.A., Doane, 1897).
Address : Vienna, Va.

665. *JOSIAH HENRY NEWHALL. B.A. *. N. 6. Born April
30, 1837, Lynn, Mass. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died October 13,
1866, Lynn, Mass.

666. *LEWIS WILLIAM OSGOOD. B.A. *. T. *. B. K. Born
July 31, 1835, Gilmanton, N. H. Lawyer. Died November 28, 1874,
Woburn, Mass.

667. *MANLY AUGUSTUS RULAND. B.A. ; M.A., 1865.
Born September 2, 1833, Holtsville, N. Y. Real estate agent. Died May
18, 1907, Brooklyn, N. Y.

668. *ICHABOD SIMMONS. B.A. ; M.A., 1863; D.D., Fort
Wayne College (now Taylor University), 1890. ^. T. <&. B. K. Born
December 24, 1831, Duxbury, Mass. Methodist Episcopal minister.
Died April 14, 1898, Hartford, Conn.

669. *HENRY MOORE SIMPSON. B.A.; M.A., 1863. Born
August 17, 1837, London, England.

Studied theology, and engaged in business, in New York, N. Y., 1860-61.
Taught in Elm Park Collegiate Institute, Litchfield, Conn. ; studied
theology in Newark, N. J., 1861-62. Methodist Episcopal minister,
Newark Conference, 1862-92, 1898-1906. Chaplain at Dr. Strong's Sani-
tarium, Saratoga Springs, N. Y., 1892-98. Supernumerary, 1906. Mem-
ber, Advisory Council on Religious Congresses of World's Columbian
Exposition, 1893. Died April 26, 1912, Saratoga Springs, N. Y.

Married January 23, 1879, Mrs. Maria Eliza Duncan, of Saratoga
Springs, N. Y., who died February 14, 1882. Married January 3, 1899,
Anna Amelia Dennitt, of Pittsburgh, Pa., who died November 26, 1905.

670. *SEYMOUR AUGUSTUS SMITH. B.A. X. *. Born
October 6, 1837, Fairfield, N. Y. Teacher. Died October 28, 1862.

671. *WILLIAM LAWTON SPALDING. B.A. (valedic.}.
$. N. 6. <. B. K. Born July 16, 1836, Eastford, Conn. Law student.
Killed in battle, May 15, 1864, New Market, Va.

672. ^SAMUEL MARTIN STILES. B.A. ; M.A., 1863. A. A. 4>.
Born January 19, 1834, Pittsfield, Mass. Methodist Episcopal minister,
later stenographer. Died January 24, 1904, Washington, D. C.

673. *CHARLES NELSON STOWERS. B.A.; M.A., 1863.
A. A. 3>. <i>. B. K. Born September 24, 1835, Prospect (now Stockton),
Me. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died March 2, 1896, Minneapolis,
Minn.

674. *SYLVESTER EMORY STRONG. B.A. ; M.A., 1863;
M.D., New York University, 1862. A. A. 4>. Born December 2, 1837,
Palenville, N. Y.

Studied medicine in Saratoga Springs, N. Y., 1860-62. Acting medical
director in U. S. Army, 1862-63. Associate proprietor of a sanitarium,

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Saratoga Springs, N. Y., 1863-91 ; proprietor, 1891-1913. Died March
17, 1913, Saratoga Springs, N. Y.

Married March 3, 1863, Anna A. Ray, of Indianapolis, Ind. Children :
Sylvester Ray, b. April 8, 1865, d. September 18, 1865 ; Anna Louise, b.
June 3, 1867, m. J. B. Yates ; Emma Cruttenden, b. March 26, 1871, m.
Dr. E. A. Palmer.

675. *BYRON DORMER STURDEVANT. B.A. ; M.A., 1863.
<. B. K. Born January 5, 1834, Skinners Eddy, Pa. Methodist Episco-
pal minister. Died January 30, 1870, near Savannah, Ga.

676. *SANFORD BENTON SWEETSER. B.A. ; M.A, 1863.
&. T. Born May 23, 1839, Cliftondale, Mass. Methodist Episcopal min-
ister. Died March 4, 1897, Lawrence, Mass.

677. "WEBSTER ROGERS WALKLEY. B.A. ; M.A., 1863;
D.C.L., Dickinson College, 1905. <i>. N. 6. Born April 19, 1839, Haddam,
Conn. Brother of Nos. 1197 and 1198.

Principal of Clinton Institute, Conn., 1860-62; Lewis Academy, South-
ington, Conn., 1862-66. General agent for S. Stow Manufacturing Com-
pany, 1866-70. Connected with the Peck, Stowe & Wilcox Company, 1870-
1920. Alderman of Brooklyn, N. Y., 1892-94; of New York (Borough
of Brooklyn), 1902-04. Trustee of Wesleyan University, 1894-1919.
Died June 15, 1920, Durham, Conn.

Married December 25, 1860, Harriet Elizabeth Camp, of Durham,
Conn., who died February 13, 1910. Children: Winfield Davidson, b.
October, 1861, d. March n, 1903; Mary Emeline, b. December, 1863,
m. G. L. Irwin.

678. "WILLIAM HARTSHORNE WARDELL. B.A. ; M.A.|
1863. $. N. 6. $. B. K. Born August 19, 1836, New York, N. Y.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New York East Conference, 1860-95.
Presiding Elder, New Haven District, 1884-88; New York District,
1888-93; North Long Island District, 1893-94. Superannuated, 1895.
Died September 18, 1913, Ocean Grove, N. J.

Married February 3, 1862, Harriet Clementine Phelps, of Meriden,
Conn. Children: George Phelps (No. 1459), b. January 31, 1863, d.
September 28, 1916; Mary LaFetra, b. May 15, 1867, d. October 13, 1894.

679. *GEORGE CLARK WEBBER. B.A. ; M.D., Harvard Uni-
versity, 1863; M.A., Wesleyan, 1867. Born November 15, 1837, Hallo-
well, Me. Physician. Died June n, 1895, Millbury, Mass.

680. *JOHN GOLLICAR WILLIAMS. B.A. ; M.A., 1863. A. A. $.
Born May 4, 1834, Utica, N. Y.

Taught in Mohawk Union School, N. Y., 1860-61. Principal of Mora-
via Institute, N. Y., 1861-63. Vice-principal of Macedon Academy, N. Y.,
1863-64. Principal of Walworth Academy, N. Y., 1864-67; Jordan
Academy, N. Y., 1867-69 ; Norwich Academy, N. Y., 1869-71 ; Holland
Patent Union School, N. Y., 1871-73; Sandy Creek Union School, N. Y.,
187=5-76; Schuylerville Union School, N. Y., 1879 ; Cambridge Academy,
N. Y., 1879-83; Sanquiot Academy, N. Y., 1883-84. Retired; engaged
in agriculture and poultry raising, 1884-1914. Died May 8, 1914, Holland
Patent, N. Y.

Married November 13, 1860, Fannie Hannah Babcock, of Holland
Patent, N. Y. Children: William John Babcock, b. July 9, 1866; Luella
May, b. August 23, 1886.

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681. *SAMUEL AUGUSTUS WINSOR. B.A. ; M.A., 1863.
Born July 6, 1835, Johnston, R. I. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died
March 17, 1899, Montrose, Col.

682. *JOHN YOUNG. B.A. *. B. K. Born March 31, 1839,
Stanstead, Que., Canada.

Principal of Derby Academy, Vt, 1860-62. Practised law in Troy,
Vt, 1862-67 ; Derby Line, Vt., 1867-81 ; Newport, Vt, 1881-1915. Mem-
ber of Vermont House of Representatives, 1894-96. Member of Ver-
mont Senate, 1898-1900. Died November 29, 1915, Newport, Vt.

Married June 3, 1866, Augusta Ann Young, of Troy, Vt. Child:
George Brigham, b. April 20, 1867.



CLASS OF

683. *EDGAR HIRAM BANCROFT. B.A. ; M.A., 1864; M.Ag.
(Hon.), Delaware College, 1910. ^'. T. Born October 19, 1835, Nor-
wich, N. Y.

Taught in Amenia Seminary, N. Y., 1861-62. Co-principal of Classical
Institute, Milton, Pa., 1863-64. Engaged in farming in Brookfield, N. Y.,
1864-65; in horticulture, Camden, Del., 1866-1917. Appointed member
of Delaware State Tax Commission, 1891. Died December i, 1917,
Camden, Del.

Married March 4, 1863, Lucy Carrie Langworthy, of Brookfield, N. Y.,
who died February i, 1903. Children: Fred Langworthy, b. November
8, 1865, d. April 22, 1866; Frank Christopher, b. December 5, 1866;
Jennie Louise, b. March 17, 1870; Nellie Eloise, b. December 21, 1871,
m. W. P. Peach.

684. *JOHN WESLEY BARNHART. B.A. ; M.A., 1864. A. A. 4>.
Born September 9, 1833, Marlboro, N. Y. Methodist Episcopal minister.
Died January 25, 1897, Tarry town, N. Y.

685. *WILLIAM JAMES BRAMBLEE. B.A. ; M.A., 1864. Born
September 20, 1834, Andes, N. Y. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died
June 10, 1868, Bellows Falls, Vt

686. *JOHN STORRY BRECKINRIDGE. B.A.; M.A., 1864;
D.D., Syracuse University, 1895. ^. T. <i>. B. K. Born July 12, 1837,
Augusta, N. Y. Brother of No. 771. Methodist Episcopal minister.
Died August 28, 1900, Stamford, N. Y.

687. WILLIAM DAWSON BRIDGE. B.A.; M.A, 1864. Born
February 23, 1840, Duxbury, Mass.

Taught in South Coventry, Conn., and in Wesleyan Academy, Wilbra-
ham, Mass., 1861-62. Principal of Colebrook Academy, N. H. ; preached
in North Dana, Mass., 1862-63. Methodist Episcopal minister, New
England Conference, 1863-1901. Superannuated, 1901. Official steno-
graphic reporter for General Conference, M. E. Church, 1880, '84, '88.
In charge of official staff of reporters, General Conference, 1892, '96,
1900, '04, '08, '12. Official reporter for General Conference, M. E.
Church, South, 1898, 1910, '14. American delegate to First International

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Shorthand Congress, London, England, 1887. Librarian-Historian,
National Shorthand Reporters Association, 1905-21.

Alarried November 26, 1863, Mary Susan Sanford Holway, of Boston,
Mass. Child: Florence Merlina, b. October i, 1869.

Address : 209 Snyder St., Orange, N. J.

688. *NATHANIEL LINDSAY BRIGGS. B.A. ; M.A., 1866.
X. ^. Born April i, 1841, New York, N. Y. Rector, Protestant Episco-
pal Church. Died March 26, 1893, Brooklyn, N. Y.

689. *EDGAR FREDERICK CLARK. B.A. ; M.A., 1864. $. N. 9.
3>. B. K. Born September 12, 1835, South Windsor, Conn.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New England Southern Conference,
1862-1908. Superannuated, 1908-14. Author: History of Methodism in
Norwich; History of Nonsuch Masonry. Died July 21, 1914, Taunton,
Mass.

Married April 23, 1862, Julia Margaret Woodruff, of Farmington,
Conn., who died April 26, 1882. Married November 7, 1888, Helen
Millar, of North Providence, R. I., who died July 8, 1913. Children :
Franklin Edgar, b. June 25, 1863 (M.D., Boston Homoeopathic Medical
College), d. October 6, 1887; Frederick Lincoln, b. March 31, 1865;
Silvester Woodruff, b. October 5, 1868 (M.D., Phila. Medical College) ;
Edwin Noadiah, b. May 4, 1870 (M.D., Phila. Medical College).

690. *RICHARD HUBBARD DANFORTH. B.A. *. T. Born
January 5, 1840, Middletown, Conn. Engaged in banking. Died Feb-
ruary 9, 1907, Buffalo, N. Y.

691. *LEWIS FOWLER DEWEY. B.A. Born March 23, 1835.
Lawyer. Died November, 1868, Jacksonville, Fla.

692. *ROSWELL SARGEANT DOUGLASS. B.A. (salut.) ;
M.A., 1864. <. N. 6. $. B. K. Born September 26, 1841, Lowell, Mass.

Enlisted in 4th Conn. Infantry (later ist Conn. Heavy Artillery), 1861.
Second lieutenant in the same, 1862; first lieutenant, 1863-64. In the
life insurance business, Boston, Mass., 1865. In the mining regions of
California, 1866. Engaged in the commission business in New York,
N. Y., 1867-68. Agent of the Franklin Woolen Company, N. H., 1869-79;
of Plymouth Woolen Company, Mass., 1880-98. President, J. L. Thomp-
son Manufacturing Company, Waltham, Mass., 1896-1912; American
Lacing Hook Company, Waltham, Mass., 1898-1912. Lay delegate to
General Conference, M. E. Church, 1892, 1900. Trustee of Wesleyan
University, 1893-99. Died July 24, 1912, Plymouth, Mass.

Married January 12, 1870, Frances J. Clark, of Brooklyn, N. Y.
Children : William Morgan, b. May 4, 1871 (class of 1892) ; Francis
Sawyer, b. February 28, 1873 (class of 1896) ; Marian E., b. September
22, 1874, d- October 25, 1874; Richard Washburn, b. July 15, 1876 (class
of 1901) ; Roswell Leon, b. November 14, 1879 (class of 1901) ; Arthur
Sylvester, b. January 16, .1883 (class of 1906); Gordon Clark (No.
2672), b. January 31, 1886; Grace Evans, b. October 31, 1890, m. J. A.
Murray; Josephine, b. March n, 1892.

693. *FRANCIS DANIELS EDGERTON. B.A. ; M.D., Univer-
sity of Vermont, 1863, and Columbia University, 1864; M.A., Wesleyan,
1864. *. N. e. Born August 26, 1838, Chatham, Conn. Physician.
Died January 19, 1905, Middletown, Conn.

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694. ^CHRISTOPHER PAGE FLANDERS. B.A, ; M.A, 1864.
Born November 25, 1834, Landaff, N. H. Methodist Episcopal minister.
Died January 22, 1897, Bryantville, Mass.



695. *BENJAMIN SHERWOOD GURNEE. B.A.; M.A., 1864.
Born October 19, 1837, Haverstraw, N. Y.

Engaged in farming, 1873-1903. Died February 2, 1903, Haverstraw,
N. Y.

Married Sarah L. Arms, of Stamford, Conn. Child : Samuel A.



696. *WILBUR FISK JOHNSTON. B.A. ; M.A., 1864. A. A. $.
<. B. K. Born December 25, 1839, Middletown, Conn. Son of Pro-
fessor John Johnston; brother of Nos. 563, 741, and 926. Manufacturer.
Died December 17, 1882, Clifton, N. Y.



697. *HIRAM LOAMMI KELSEY. B.A.; M.A., 1864. *. T.
Born August 31, 1835, North Danville, Vt. Brother of H. G. Kelsey
(class of 1857). Methodist Episcopal, later Congregational, minister.
Died July 17, 1906, Northwood Centre, N. H.

698. *FRANK CURRIER MORSE. B.A.; M.A, 1864. *. T.
Born February 23, 1835, Hopkinton, N. H. Methodist Episcopal min-
ister. Died January 14, 1871, Ladore, Kans.



699. *WILBUR FISK OSBORNE. B.A. (valedic.} ; M.A, 1864.
E>. N. 0. 3>. B. K. Born January 14, 1841, Derby, Conn. Manufacturer.
Died March 30, 1907, Derby, Conn.



700. *HUBBARD BESTER PAYNE. B.A. ; M.A., 1864. *. T.
3>. B. K. Born July 20, 1839, Kingston, Pa. Lawyer. Died September
i, 1892, Kingston, Pa.

701. *DANIEL WARREN RAYMOND. B.A, 1864; M.A, 1867.
X. ^. Born March 16, 1833, Litchfield, N. Y. Bookkeeper. Died
March 14, 1910, Hartford, Conn.



702. *AARON RITTENHOUSE. B.A. ; M.A., 1864; D.D,
Dickinson College, 1878. A. A. <S>. <i>. B. K. Born March 14, 1837,
South Easton, Pa. Methodist Episcopal minister and college professor.
Died May 5, 1906, Philadelphia, Pa.

703. "JOHN LINCOLN STUART ROBERTS. B.A. *. T.
<. B. K. Born December 25, 1839, Boston, Mass. Brother of Nos. 635
and 876. Lawyer. Died August 21, 1896, Boston, Mass.

704. CHARLES GREEN RICH VINAL. B.A. 3>. N. 6. Born
January 14, 1840, Monroe, Me. Brother of W. F. Vinal (class of 1864).

Studied law in Middletown, Conn, 1861-62. First lieutenant, 24th
Conn. Volunteers, 1862-63. Practised law in Middletown, Conn, 1863-

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1919. Retired, 1919. Clerk of Superior Court for Middlesex County,
1865-1906; assistant clerk, 1906-09; temporary clerk, 1910-11; clerk,
1911-19. Judge of Probate Court, Middletown District, 1867-68. City
recorder, Middletown, Conn., 1873; town treasurer, 1879; mayor,
1894-95. Member, Connecticut State Senate, 1897-1900. Secretary of
the State of Connecticut, 1901-04.

Married October 19, 1865, M. Amelia Hotchkiss, of Middletown,
Conn.

Address: 281 High St., Middletown, Conn.



705. GEORGE WHITEFIELD WARNER. B.A. *. T. Born
August 31, 1835, Kirkland, N. Y.

Principal of Union School, Waterloo, Iowa, 1862-63. Preached and
taught in Central Iowa, 1863-68. Stationed successively at Cedar Falls,
Nashua, and Ackley, Iowa, 1868-73. Engaged in stock-raising in Iowa
and Western Nebraska, 1873 .

Married Cornelia M. Parmelee, of Clinton, N. Y.

Address : unknown.



706. *GEORGE WHITAKER. B.A.; M.A., 1864; D.D., Fort
Worth University, 1890. $. N. 0. $. B. K. Born May 14, 1836, Boston,
Mass. Brother of No. 823.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New England and Oregon Conferences,
1861-88, 1893-99, 1900-08. Presiding Elder of Springfield District,
1874-78. President of Wiley University, Tex., 1888-91; Willamette
University, Ore., 1891-93 ; Portland University, Ore., 1899-1900. Super-
numerary, 1908-17. Died November i, 1917, Somerville, Mass.

Married June 22, 1861, Harriet Clarke, of Forestville, Conn. Children:
George Edgar, b. September 8, 1862 (B.A., Boston Univ., 1886) ; a son,
b. September n, 1865 (deceased) ; Harriet Clarke, b. January n, 1868,
d. July 26, 1883; John Holland, b. August 16, 1872 (B.A., Portland
Univ.).



707. *NATHAN WILLIS WILDER. B.A. ; M.A., 1864. A. A. 3>.
Born February 25, 1835, Granville, Vt. Brother of No. 824, 'and of
R. H. Wilder (class of 1861).

Principal of Meriden Institute, Conn., 1861-62. Methodist Episcopal
minister, New York East and Vermont Conferences, 1862-99. Town
superintendent of schools, Derby, Vt, 1891-93. Superannuated, 1899-
1916. Trustee of Wesleyan University, 1884-88. Died August 2, 1916,
Watertown, Conn.

Married May 7, 1862, Jane Anne Hubbard, of Middletown, Conn.
Children : Frank Willis, b. May 9, 1863 ; Anna Lincoln, b. September 19,
1865, d. September 13, 1867 ; Alice Amelia, b. August 18, 1868, d. January
u, 1877; Mary Frances, b. March 14, 1870, m. G. N. Griswold; Henry
Hubbard, b. June 18, 1873; Edmund Janes, b. February 27, 1876; George
Pascal, b. April 16, 1879 (B.A., Boston University, 1907).



708. * RICHARD SEAMAN WILLIAMS. B.A.; M.A., 1864.
X. ^. $. B. K. Born April 4, 1841, Searingtown, N. Y. Manufacturer.
Died April 15, 1896, New York, N. Y.

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CLASS OF J862.

709. *ANDREW PURDY AIKEN. B.A.; M.A., 1865. *. T.
<. B. K. Born January 29, 1834, Galway, N. Y. Methodist Episcopal
minister. Died August 23, 1868, Palmer, Mass.

710. JOHfr EMORY ANDRUS. B.A. ; LL.D, 1912. A. A. $.
Born February 16, 1841, Pleasantville, N. Y. Son of Loyal B. Andrus
(class of 1838) ; brother of H. J. Andrus (class of 1868).

Taught in Bergen, N. J., 1862-64. Principal of Schuylerville Academy,
N. Y., 1865-66. Member of firm, Reed, Carnrick & Andrus, manufac-
turing chemists, New York, N. Y., 1866. Treasurer (later president)

of New York Pharmacal Association, 1877- -. President of Palisade

Manufacturing Company. Treasurer of Arlington Chemical Company.
Mayor of Yonkers, N. Y., 1903. Representative of I9th New York
District, U. S. Congress, 1904-12. Trustee of Wesleyan University,
1899 . Treasurer of the University, 1892-1902.



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