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Married June 23, 1869, Julia Maria Dyckman, who died December 24,
1909. Children: May, b. July 24, 1870, m. W. H. Taylor (No. 1818) ;
William Loyal (No. 1735), b. September 2, 1872; Edith (No. 1983), b.
April 23, 1874, m. F. M. Davenport (No. 1549) ; Margaret, b. October
24, 1875, m. S. S. Thorpe ; Jessamine, b. November 9, 1878, d. October
10, 1880; John, b. March 3, 1883; Hamlin, b. March 24, 1885; Ida, b.
June 11, 1887; Helen, b. August 25, 1888.

711. *WILLIAM RANNEY BALDWIN. B.A. ; M.A., 1865.
^. T. $. B. K. Born October 24, 1840, Middletown, Conn. Baptist
minister. Died June 26, 1906, Friendship, N. Y.

712. *THOMAS FR-ANCIS BARNSWELL. B.S. Born August
6, 1841, New York, N. Y.

Bookkeeper in Stonington, Conn., 1873-75. Studied law in Mystic,
Conn., 1875-77; Brooklyn, N. Y., 1877-79. Practised law, 1879-1902.
Died 1902, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Married July 2", 1872, Alice Elizabeth Reed, of Bath, Me. Child:
Thomas Albert, b. February, 1874, d. August 17, 1874.

713. HENRY WARD BENNETT. B.A.; M.A., 1865; D.D.,
1893. A. A. 4>. Born April 4, 1835, Constableville, N. Y.

Taught in Belleville College, Ontario, Canada, 1862-63; Fairfield
Seminary, N. Y., 1863-65. Methodist Episcopal minister, Northern New
York Conference, 1864-1900. Presiding Elder of Herkimer District,
1881-85 ; St. Lawrence District, 1889-94. Superannuated, 1900
Trustee of Wesleyan University, 1874-78, 1893-98. Delegate to General
Conference, M. E. Church, 1884.

Married March 10, 1864, Elizabeth Doxtater Blackstone, of Adams,
N. Y. Children: Manning Blackstone (No. 1941), b. August 30, 1872;
Bertha Ilione, b. February 26, 1877.

Address : 147 John St., Ilion, N. Y.

714. *HENRY MARTIN BLAKE. B.A. ; M.A., 1865; M.D,
Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1869. X. ^. Born November 29,
1836, Monmouth, Me.

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Principal of Limerick Academy, Me., 1862-63 ; High School, Monroe,
Wis., 1863-65. Studied in Medical School of Maine, Brunswick, Me.,
1867-68; Bellevue Hospital Medical College, New York, N. Y., 1868-69.
Practised medicine in Readfield, Me., 1869-75; Monmouth, Me., 1875-
1912. Member of Maine State Legislature, 1909. Trustee of Maine
Wesleyan Seminary. Died April 7, 1912, Monmouth, Me.

Married August 19, 1863, Frances C. Pierce, of Monmouth, Me., who
died May 27, 1902. Children: Frederick Kibby, b. October 17, 1868;
Bertha, b. May 25, 1879, m- N. M. MacCrillis.

715. JOHN MERRILL CALDWELL. B.A. ; M.A., 1865; D.D.,
Mount Union College, 1890. X. ^. Born August 29, 1839, Rockland,
Me. Brother of Asbury Caldwell (class of 1864).

Enlisted in 2d Conn. Volunteers ; discharged on account of sickness,
1 86 1. Methodist Episcopal minister, Maine and Rock River Conferences,
1863-67, 1869-1903. Principal of Rock River Seminary, Mount Morris,
111., 1867-69. Presiding Elder of Joliet District, 1881-85; Chicago West
District, 1897-1901. Retired to a farm in O'Neill, Neb., 1903. Pastor
of Presbyterian churches in Nebraska and California, 1906 - . Moder-
ator of the Presbyterian Church, Synod of Nebraska, 1913-14. Delegate
to General Conference, M. E. Church, 1892. Author: The True Story
of a Crime.

Married July 10, 1865, Emma M. Hill, of Kennebunk, Me., who died
May 12, 1919. Children: Susan Olive, b. July 6, 1867, m. J. I. Merrill;
Asbury, b. October 13, 1868, d. October 9, 1910; Mavolta Mercer, b.
October 21, 1870, m. Dr. A. S. Pease; Anna, b. September 17, 1872, d.
December 21, 1872; Emma, b. October 18, 1873, d. January 16, 1874;
Florence, b. February 18, 1877, d. April 6, 1879; Calla Marie, b. August
28, 1881, m. N. S. Leane.

Address : Valentine, Neb.

716. *WILLIAM FRANCIS COMFORT. B.A. A. A. $. Born
October 23, 1839, St. Louis, Mo. Brother of No. 556. School principal.
Died March 2, 1887.

717. *HENRY LESTER DICKINSON. B.A. ; M.A., 1865.
3>. N. 0. Born October 10, 1835, Chicopee Falls, Mass. In the life
insurance business. Died August 18, 1881, Chicago, 111.

718. *GEORGE ALLEN ENGLAND. B.A.; M.A., 1865. *. T.
Born March 10, 1837, North Fairfax, Vt. Methodist Episcopal minister.
Died December 4, 1883, Omaha, Neb.

719. *SAMUEL STEPHEN ETHRIDGE. B.A. ; LL.B., Iowa
State University, 1866. A. A. <. Born March i, 1838, Sandwich, N. H.
Brother of Albert Ethridge (class of 1853). Lawyer. Died June 7,
1900, Des Moines, Iowa.

720. *EZRA HALL. B.A. ; M.A, 1865. <*>. N. 9. <. B. K. Born
May n, 1835, Marlboro, Conn. Lawyer. Died November 3, 1877, Hart-
ford, Conn.

720a. SAMUEL PROAL HATFIELD. B.A., 1911. *. T. Born
June 6, 1838, Newark, N. J.

Left college, having pursued a special course, April, 1861. Enlisted
as private, 4th Conn. Infantry, 1861. First lieutenant, ist Conn. Heavy

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Artillery, 1862-64; major of the same. Chief ordnance officer of siege
artillery before Petersburg, Va. Removed to Pacific City, Mo. Civil
engineer and planter in Tallahassee, Fla. In the Government service,

1880 ; assistant engineer of river and harbor improvements and

fortifications.
Address : Army Building, New York, N. Y.



721. "WILLIAM I. JOHNSON. B.S. Born October 18, 1832,
Sodus, N. Y. Died November 21, 1863, Wolcott, N. Y.



722. CRANSWICK JOST. B.A. (valedic.} ; M.A., 1866; D.D.,
University of Mount Allison, 1893. ^. T. <l>. B. K. Born August 25,
1838, Guysboro, N. S., Canada.

Methodist minister, Nova Scotia Conference, 1862-1900. Vice-presi-
dent of Mount Allison Academy ; Professor of Hebrew and Acting
Professor of Mental and Moral Philosophy, Mount Allison College,

N. B., Canada, 1866-69. Supernumerary, 1900 . Delegate to General

Conference. Methodist Church of Canada, 1878, '80, '82, '86, '90. Direc-
tor, Board of Examiners, Nova Scotia Conference, 1869 ; president

of the Conference, 1886. Chairman, Board of Regents, University of
Mount Allison, 1911-20. Acting editor of Bridgetoivn Monitor, 1913-17.

Married July 23, 1866, Lavinia Sophia Morton, who died September
13, 1891. Married June 29, 1894, Ada Elizabeth Elderkin. Children:
Harriet Joanna, b. October 10, 1867; Roland Morton, b. November I,
1868 (B.A., Mount Allison, 1891); Mary Starr, b. January i, 1872;
William Baldwin, b. February 27, 1874 (B.A., Mount Allison, 1895), d.
November n, 1897.

Address : Bridgetown, N. S., Canada.



723. "JAMES MARCUS KING. B.A. ; M.A., 1865; D.D., 1877;
LL.D., Taylor University, 1893. *. T. $. B. K. Born March 18, 1839,
Girard, Pa. Brother of No. 316. Methodist Episcopal minister; Secre-
tary, Board of Church Extension. Died October 3, 1907, Philadelphia,
Pa.



724. "ENOS YOUNG LANDIS. B.A. ; M.A., 1865. A. A. $.
Born September 18, 1837, Coopersburg, Pa. Lithographer. Died Decem-
ber 17, 1907, Philadelphia, Pa.



725. "CHARLES TAULMAN REED. B.A. ; M.A., 1865. *. T.
Born August 22, 1840, Trenton, N. J. Lawyer. Died January 7, 1885,
Camden, N. J.



726. "PHILIP BESSOM SHUMWAY. B.A. (salut.) ; M.A.,
1865. A. K. E. $. B. K. Born June 6, 1836, Burrillville, R. I. In the
railroad business. Died May 16, 1887, Evanston, 111.



727. "SMITH WILLIAMS. B.A. ; M.A., 1865. Born July 22,
1838, Parma, N. Y. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died October 7,
1877, Allegan, Mich.

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CLASS OF 1863.

728. *GEORGE ROBERT ADAMS. B.A. Born August 26, 1840,
Charlotteville, N. Y.

Principal of Schoharie Academy, N. Y., 1864-65. Studied law in
Schoharie, N. Y., 1865-66. Practised law in Charlotteville, N. Y.,
1867-70; Kingston, N. Y., 1870-1915. Died December 14, 1915, High
Falls, N. Y.

Married December 20, 1866, Emma E. Fenton, of Johnstown, N. Y.,
who died November 21, 1905. Children : William Fenton, b. January 19,
1869; Emma Mott, b. December 24, 1874, m. R. M. VanGaasbeck;
George Francis, b. February 14, 1878; Charles Herbert, b. January 27,
1882, d. July 24, 1882; Willard McNamara, b. December 29, 1889.

729. CHARLES ALBERT BARNARD. B.A. (valedic.}. X. *.
<. B. K. Born May 7, 1842, Augusta, Me.

Professor of Ancient Languages in Albion College, Mich., 1863.
Assistant clerk, Police Court of Boston, Mass., 1865-66 ; Municipal Court
of Boston, Mass., 1866-85. Bail commissioner for Suffolk County,
1874-85. Judge of the Municipal Court of Boston, Mass., for the

Brighton District, 1890 . Author: Forms of Complaints under

Massachusetts Statutes.

Married August 14, 1879, Ellen A. Hunt, of Boston, Mass.

Address : 45 Parsons St., Brighton District, Boston, Mass.

730. ^AMBROSE BLUNT. B.A.; M.A, 1866. Born November
14, 1835, Bristol, Me. Superintendent of schools. Died December 3,
1889, Ligonier, Ind.

731. *WESLEY DEMPSTER CHASE. B.A. ; M.A., 1866. X. *.
$. N. 9. $. B. K. Born October 5, 1840, Watertown, N. Y.

Methodist Episcopal minister, Northern New York and Colorado
Conferences, 1863-1909. Chaplain, i93d Regiment, N. Y. Volunteers,
1865. General secretary, New York State Sabbath Preservation Society,
1909-16. Retired, 1916. Editor: History of Falley Seminary. Died
April 15, 1921, Hampton, Va.

Married June 25, 1868, Anna Emily Thompson, of Geddes, N. Y., who
died September 30, 1875. Married 1891, Harriet Eaton, of Hefkimer,
N. Y., who died December 23, 1918. Children: Clara Thompson, b.
February 20, 1871, m. Wm. A. Aery; Arthur Willey, b. October 30,
1872.

732. *GEORGE WALTER COOK. B.A. ; M.A, 1866; Ph.D.,
New York University, 1874. Born April 17, 1839, Stanford, N. Y.

Taught elocution in Waring's Military Institute, Dutchess County
Academy, Carey Institute, and Poughkeepsie Female Academy, N. Y. ;
also engaged in giving public readings, 1864-69. Principal of Cook's
Collegiate Institute for Young Ladies, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1870-85 ;
Brighton Heights Seminary, New Brighton, N. Y., 1886-94. Retired
from school work, 1894. Engaged in farming and stock-raising, Tarry-
town, N. Y., 1894-1915. Died May n, 1920, Cleveland, Ohio.

Married July i, 1867, Janey Elizabeth Holden, of Poughkeepsie, N. Y.,
who died September 13, 1908. Children: Walter Holden, b. May 10,
1869; Bertha, b. May 12, 1877, m. H. S. Thayer.

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733. *EVERETT KENT DEXTER. B.A.; M.A., 1866. <i>. N. 9.
Born March 15, 1840, Boston, Mass.

Studied in Harvard Divinity School, 1863-64. Employed by N. E.
Educational Commission for Freedmen, as teacher of colored soldiers;
also served as corporal in 6oth Mass. Volunteers ; assistant supervisor of
Government white schools in Portsmouth and Newtown, Va., 1864-65.
Studied law in Leavenworth, Kans., 1865-67. Practised law in Leaven-
worth, Kans., 1867-70; Boston, Mass., 1870-90. Retired, 1890. Died
January 30, 1921, Boston, Mass.

734. *GEORGE LYSANDER EDWARDS. B.A. ; M.A., 1866.
Born February 25, 1839, Middletown, Conn. Congregational minister.
Died December 3, 1905, Colchester, Conn.

735. *OLIVER HALEY FERNALD. B.A.; M.A., 1866; D.D.,
Dakota University, 1888. A. A. $. $. B. K. Born January 19, 1835,
Mount Desert, Me. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died July 23, 1903,
Dexter, Me.

736. *RICHARD HENRY GIDMAN. B.A. ; B.D., Union Theo-
logical Seminary, 1866. Born September 14, 1840, Stamford, England.

Taught in Manchester, Conn., 1863-64. Studied in Union Theological
Seminary, 1864-66. Pastor of Congregational churches in New York
and Connecticut, 1867-1906. Retired, 1906. Died September, 1911.

Married June 14, 1866, Susan R. Lobdell, of Brookfield, Conn., who
died July 27, 1877. Married September 16, 1880, Mary Humphrey, of
Marietta, Ohio, who died March 24, 1906. Child : Thusa Lindsley, b.
March 25, 1874, m. Rev. R. E. Turner.

737. *JOHN HANLON. B.A.; M.A., 1866. 4>. N. 0. Born June
23, 1836, Freehold, N. J. Methodist Episcopal minister, later engaged
in farming. Died January 4, 1875, Morristown, N. J.

738. "CHARLES DUDLEY HILLS. B.A. ; M.A., 1866; S.T.D.,
Claflin University, 1885. Born January 23, 1836, East Hartford, Conn.

Principal of High School, Westfield, Mass., 1863-64. Delegate of
Christian Commission in Army of the Potomac, 1864. Methodist Epis-
copal minister, New England, Troy, and New Hampshire Conferences,
1865-1905. Superannuated, 1905. Delegate to General Conference, M. E.
Church, 1896. Died March 7, 1917, Boston, Mass.

Married November 14, 1865, Emma Jane Martin, of Westfield, Mass.
Children: Mary Emma, b. August 8, 1866, m. V. L. George; Charles
Whitman, b. August 5, 1871 (C.E., Union, 1892).

739. WILLIAM PALLISTER HUBBARD. B.A. (salut.) ; M.A.,
1866. $. N. 0. 3>. B. K. Born December 24, 1843, Wheeling, W. Va.
Son of No. 124.

Practised law in Wheeling, W. Va., 1864-1914. Served in 3d W. Va.
Cavalry. Clerk of W. Va. House of Delegates, 1866-70. Secretary of
Republican State Central Committee. Delegate to Liberal Republican
National Convention, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1872; Republican National Con-
vention, Chipago, 111., 1888, 1912. Member of W. Va. House of Dele-
gates, 1881-82. Chairman of a commission to revise the tax laws of
West Virginia, 1901-03. Representative of First District, W. Va., in
U. S. Congress, 1907-11.

Married May 21, 1868, Anna E. Chamberlin, of Thibodeaux, La., who
died June 7, 1901. Children: Julia Payne, b. May 18, 1869, m. W. I.

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Kelly, d. June 19, 1916; Nelson Chamberlin (No. 1702), b. January
25, 1871 ; Alma Russell, b. May 13, 1873 ; Louise Pallister, b. December
16, 1874, m. Rev. W. E. Hudson; Sarah Pallister, b. November 20, 1877,
d. September 30, 1881.

Address : Elm Grove, Wheeling, W. Va.

740. *CHARLES THURSTON JOHNSON. B.A. ; M.A, 1866.
A. A. <S>. Born October 16, 1838, Nahant, Mass. Methodist Episcopal
minister. Died October 26, 1893, Winthrop, Mass.

741. *MELVILLE MORTON JOHNSTON. B.A. ; M.A., 1866.
A. A. 4>. Born July 2, 1842, Middletown, Conn. Son of Prof. John
Johnston ; brother of Nos. 563, 696, and 926. Manufacturer. Died
April 2, 1892, Los Angeles, Cal.

742. *TRUMAN HIRAM KIMPTON. B.A. ; M.A., 1866. $. N. 9.
<f>. B. K. Born November 14, 1840, Hunterstown, Que., Canada. College
professor, later in business. Died April, 1911, Worcester, Mass.

743. AUGUSTUS WINSLOW KINGSLEY. B.A. ; M.A., 1866.
<. N. 9. Born October 2, 1840, Montville, Conn.

Principal of Norwich 'High School, Conn., 1864-65. In business in
Norwich, Conn., 1865-68. Methodist Episcopal minister, New England
Southern Conference, 1868-1908. Superannuated, 1908 .

Married October 10, 1866, Charissa Ashley Welch Davis, of Norwich,
Conn. Children: Charissa Augusta, b. July 20, 1870 (M.A., Mount
Holyoke), m. W. H. Thomson; Harry Augustus, b. August 31, 1875,
d. July 5, 1876.

Address : 300 Madison St., Fall River, Mass.

744. *GEORGE AMOS NEWCOMB. B.A.; M.A., 1866. $. N. 9.
Born February 14, 1841, Boston, Mass. In business. Died December
12, 1906, St. Louis, Mo.

745. *JOSEPH PULLMAN. B.A. ; M.A., 1866; D.D., 1898; D.D.,
Willamette University, 1883. A. A. $. <i>. B. K. Born 1839, Skerries,
Ireland. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died January 4, 1902, Stamford,
Conn.

746. *JOHN CLARK RAND. B.A. ; M.A., 1886. <J>. N. 9.
3>. B. K. Born June 6, 1842, Chelsea, Mass.

In the printing and publishing business, Boston, Mass., 1863-73.
Partner in the firm of Rand, Avery &'Co., 1873-87; president, 1887-89.
President, First National Publishing Company, Boston, Mass., 1889-91.
Vice-president and resident manager, Massachusetts Benefit Life Asso-
ciation, Chicago, 111., 1891-98. With Rand, McNally & Co., Chicago, 111.,
1898-99. On the staff of the Bradstreet Commercial Agency, Boston,
Mass., 1899-1911. Member of commission to revise the general statutes
of Massachusetts. Member of Massachusetts Legislature, 1879-81.
Trustee of Wesleyan University, 1871-79, 1881-92. Author: One of a
Thousand (biographical sketches of 1000 representative men of Massa-
chusetts). Died June 16, 1911, Boston, Mass.

Married June 6, 1867, Katharine M. Bates, of Great Falls (now
Somersworth). N. H. Children: Katharine, b. December 2, 1868, m.
F. S. Mead; Philip, b. November 27, 1872.

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747. *MOSES LEWIS SCUDDER. B.A.; M.A., 1866. $. N. 0.
Born February 3, 1843, Charlestown, Mass. Son of M. L. Scudder
(class of 1837) ; brother of Nos. 991 and 1191.

In the office of the Elton Banking Company, Waterbury, Conn.,
1863-64; secretary, 1865. Treasurer of American Printing Company,
and editor of The Waterbury American, 1868-69. Engaged in the real
estate business, Chicago, 111., 1870-81. Vice-president of the Equitable
Trust Company, New York, N. Y., 1872-73. Engaged in the brokerage
business in Chicago, 111., 1881-85. Organizer and proprietor of the
Investors' Agency, 1885-1905. President, Investors' Agency, Inc., 1905.
President, St. Joseph, South Bend & Southern Railroad, and Lincoln
Traction Company, Neb. Died October 29, 1917, Huntington, N. Y.

Married June 17, 1873, Clarine Williams, of Lake Forest, 111., who
died July 24, 1904. Children: Marvyn, b. May 20, 1875; Harold, b.
February 8, 1877; Philip Johnston- Lawrence Williams.

748. *ISAAC EDWARD SMITH. B.A. ; M.A., 1866. A. A. $.
Born March, 1837, Sheffield, Vt. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died
April 12, 1910, Mount Vernon, N. Y.

749. *WINFIELD SCOTT SMYTH. B.A.; M.A, 1866; Ph.D.,
Syracuse University, 1876. ^. T. <i>. B. K. Born October 21, 1839,
Franklin, Pa. In business. Died August 4, 1908, South Haven, Mich.

750. *TIMOTHY ELEAZER STEELE. B.A. Born September
i> 1837, Bolton, Conn. Lawyer. Died June 30, 1899, Hartford, Conn.

751. *ALEXANDER CHILSON STEVENS. B.A.; M.A., 1866.
S&-. T. Born October 4, 1835, Hartland, Vt. Methodist Episcopal minis-
ter. Died July i, 1885, Riverhead, N. Y.

752. *FREEMAN PRATT TOWER. B.A. ; M.A., 1866; D.D.,
University of the Pacific, 1887. 3>. N. 6. 4>. B. K. Born February 13,
1838, Eastford, Conn.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New York East, California, and Oregon
Conferences, 1863-79, 1895-1903. Agent of Willamette University, Ore.,
1879-89. Presiding Elder of Portland District, 1880-81. President of
Montana University, 1880-95. Superannuated, 1903-11. Lecturer in Free
Courses, New York City Board of Education, 1903-11. Died September
n, 1911, Everett, Mass.

Married August 20, 1863, Mrs. Julia A. Cleveland, of Barre, Mass.,
who died July 13, 1893. Children: a son, b. and d. 1864; Florence
Hamilton, b. August 22, 1870, d. September 5, 1870; Olin Freeman (No.
1728), b. March 19, 1872.

753. ALFRED AUGUSTUS WRIGHT. B.A. ; M.A., 1866; D.D.,
Ohio Wesleyan University, 1885. X. ^. <f>. B. K. Born December 20,
1842, Boston, Mass.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New England Southern and New Eng-
land Conferences, 1863 . Founder, Dean, and Professor of New

Testament Greek Language and Literature, Boston Correspondence

School, 1882 . Author: Eight Graded New Testament Greek

Courses, 1882-90; Graduate Course, 2 vols., 1889; Complete Word Lists,
all New Testament Greek Writers, 1883 ; Thesaurus, 1883 ; New Testa-
ment Greek Words, Criteria of their Importance, 1889 ; A Comparative
and Synthetic Lexicon of the 400 Greatest Words in the New Testament
Greek Text, 1889; The Arts of Study; The Scientific Method of English

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Bible Study; The W. C. T. U. Course of Study for Evangelists and
Deaconesses, 1888-92, etc. Lecturer on Exegetical Theology in semin-
aries, conferences, and assemblies, 1884 . Editor and publisher : The

Greek Student (1882-85) ; The Boston Academy (1886-98).

Married October 28, 1863, Dora P. Slade, of Bristol, R. L, who died
June 25, 1872. Married July i, 1873, Abby F. Shaw, of Fall River, Mass.,
who died February 10, 1917. Children: Rebecca Isadora, b. March 13,
1866, m. G. E. Benard; Charles Augustus, b. June 20, 1872, d. July 14,
1872; Alfred Wesley, b. January 16, 1876; Laura Judson, b. August 24,
1885, m. Harold D. Carew.

Address : 9 Clinton St., Cambridge, Mass.



TROY UNIVERSITY GROUP.

The following thirteen alumni completed their college studies at Troy
University; on the closing of that institution, they were graduated and
received their diplomas from Wesleyan University.

754. *ELAM SM ALLEY PHAEDON CLAPP. B.A. Born 1842,
Troy, N. Y. Died 1864, Washington, D. C., of wounds received in the
Battle of the Wilderness.

755. *HENRY NORRIS COPP. B.A.; M.A., Union University,
1865; LL.B., National Law School, D. C., 1871. Born May 13, 1843,
Troy, N. Y.

Taught in Philadelphia, Pa., 1863-64. In the cavalry service, U. S.
Army; detailed as clerk in the War Department, Washington, D. C.,
1864-65. Taught in Washington, D. C., 1866-67. Principal and pro-
prietor of a business college, Washington, D. C., 1867-69. President
and proprietor of Consolidated Business College, Washington, D. C.,
1869-72. Examiner in General Land Office, Washington, D. C., 1870-76.
Assistant superintendent of public schools, Washington, D. C., 1876-83.
Practised law in Washington, D. C., 1883-1912. Author: Public Land
Laws, 1876, '80, '90;. U. S. Mineral Lands, 1882; American Settlers'
Guide, 1882 (27 editions) ; American Mining Code, 1878 (18 editions) ;
Prospectors' Manual, 1880 (8 editions). Editor: Copp's Land-Owner.
Died November 14, 1912, Washington, D. C.

Married July 26, 1870, Mary A. Hobbs, of Wakefield, N. H.

756. *JAMES CLARKE WATSON COXE. B.A. ; M.A., 1865;
Ph.D., Cornell College, 1876; D.D., Wesleyan, 1881 ; L.H.D., Iowa
Wesleyan University, 1906. ^. T. Born July 9, 1837, Fort Ann, N. Y.

Principal of High School, East Bridgewater, Mass., 1862-63. Taught
in Newbury Seminary, Vt, 1863-64. Methodist Episcopal minister, Ver-
mont and Iowa Conferences, 1864-85. Principal of Vermont Methodist
(now Montpelier) Seminary, 1872-73. Western general agent of the
Sunday- School Union and Tract Society, M. E. Church, 1885-93.
Financial agent, Iowa Wesleyan University, 1893-94. Presiding Elder,
Muscatine District, Iowa, 1895-1901. Stationed at Knoxville, Iowa,
1901-03. Agent of the Permanent Fund, Iowa Conference, 1903. Asso-
ciate pastor, Central Church, Oskaloosa, Iowa, 1904-09. Supernumerary,
1909. Trustee of Wesleyan University, 1874-78. Delegate to General
Conference, M. E. Church, 1872, '84, '88, 1900. Died July 28, 1914, Los
Angeles, Cal.

Married 1862, Mary Frances Shaw, of Troy, N. Y., who died Novem-
ber u, 1889. Married August 29, 1892, Mrs. Zerilda A. Caldwell, of

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Elton, 111., who died December 15, 1904. Married February 9, 1907,
Mrs. Amelia H. Holden, of Napa, Cal. Children: Herbert Leonard;
Bertha Maria, m. C. C. Chase ; Ernest Watson ; John Clarence.

757. ALBERT DANKER. B.A. ; M.A., Hobart College, 1865;
Ph.D., New York University, 1874. Born October i, 1840, Troy, N. Y.

Taught in St. Paul's Church School, Troy, N. Y., 1862-63. Ordained
deacon in the Protestant Episcopal Church, 1864. Assistant minister of
Trinity Church, Cleveland, Ohio, 1864-65. Ordained priest. Rector of
churches in New York and Massachusetts, 1866-1906. Retired, 1906.

Married November 23, 1870, Isabella Stoutenburgh, of Coxsackie, N. Y.
Children: Walton Stoutenburgh, b. January 26, 1874; Elizabeth Harri-
son, b. August 13, 1876, d. May 4, 1877; Frederick Harrison, b. March
20, 1878.

Address : 37 Oak Ave., Worcester, Mass.

758. *DAVID WESTON GATES. B.A.; M.A., 1865; D.D.,
Syracuse University, 1895. Born July 25, 1835, Mount Pleasant, Pa.

Methodist Episcopal minister, Troy Conference, 1862-1906. Presiding
Elder, Albany District, 1884-88; Troy District, 1900-06. Superannuated,
1906-11. Died May 20, 1911, Saratoga Springs, N. Y.

Married June 4, 1863, Anna Hazelton Robinson, of Troy, N. Y., who
died October 17, 1868. Married April 6, 1870, Jennie Elisabeth McChes-
ney, of Eagle Mills, N. Y., who died April 30, 1907. Children : Alpheus
Weston, b. March 3, 1864, d. August 12, 1886; Anna Louisa, b. September
18, 1867, d. August 31, 1868; Catharine May, b. January 5, 1873, ni.
Dr. F. W. Shipman, d. March 5, 1898.

759. ^GILBERT HOLMES GREGORY. B.A. ; M.A., 1865; D.D.,
1885; D.D., Syracuse University, 1885. Born November 28, 1837,
Modena, N. Y. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died September 30, 1900,
Kingsbridge, N. Y.

760. *GEORGE ALONZO HALL. B.A. Born May 13, 1837,
New Castle, N. Y. Y. M. C. A. secretary. Died February 22, 1904,
Montclair, N. J.

761. "CHARLES SWARTZ HARROWER. B.A.; M.A., 1865;
D.D., 1882. A. K. E. $. B. K. Born October 31, 1842, Waterbury, Vt.
Brother of H. D. Harrower (class of 1867).

Taught in Amenia Seminary, N. Y., 1863-64. Methodist Episcopal
minister, New York Conference, 1864-98. Taught in Drew Seminary
for Young Women, Carmel, N. Y., 1898-1909. Retired, 1909. Died
June n, 1911.

762. *PHINEAS RICE HAWXHURST. B.A. ; M.A., 1865;
D.D., Dakota University, 1891. Born October 24, 1837, Ellenville, N. Y.
Methodist Episcopal minister. Died September 18, 1906, Asbury Park,
N. J.

763. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN LEGGETT. B.S. ; M.A., Union



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