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University, 1866; Ph.D., Cornell College, 1883. Born December 29,
1834, Chestertown, N. Y.

Taught in Whitewater College, Centerville, Ind., 1863. Principal of
New York Conference Seminary, Charlotteville, N. Y., 1866-67. Taught

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in Maplewood Institute, Concordville, Pa., 1867-72; Montpelier Semin-
ary, 1872-74; Maplewood Institute, 1874-75. Traveled in Europe;
studied in University of Heidelberg, 1875-76. Taught in East Green-
wich Academy, R. L, 1877-79. In business in Providence, R. I., 1879-80.
Principal of Ward Academy, Pa., 1881-98. Engaged in lecturing and

literary work, 1898 . Author: A Sheaf of Song; A Stviss Tramp;

Idyl of Lake George; The City of Doom; Out-Door Poems; The
Cruise of the Half Moon, and other poems.

Married August 18, 1863, Sarah J. Shaw, of Troy, N. Y., who died
December 9, 1911. Children: George Colfax, b. March 27, 1869, d. in
infancy; Jerome Clarkson, b. November 10, 1870, d. in infancy; Fannie
Bush, b. July 5, 1874, m. William Howe, d. December 15, 1915.

Address : Chestertown, N. Y.

764. JAMES STEPHEN LEMON. B.A. ; M.A., 1865; Ph.D.,
Columbian (now George Washington) University, 1896. Born June 26,
1839, Whitesboro, N. Y.

Methodist Episcopal minister, East Genesee and Central New York
Conferences, 1863-75. Taught in Marion Collegiate Institute, N. Y.,
1863-65. Principal of Almond Collegiate Institute, N. Y., 1865 ; Macedon
Academy, N. Y., 1867-68. Ordained deacon in the Protestant Episcopal
Church, 1875; ordained priest, 1876. Rector of churches in New York
and Massachusetts, 1877-94. Lecturer in George Washington University
and Howard University, 1894-96. Chaplain of American Episcopal
Church, Munich, Germany, 1902 ; English Episcopal Church, Leipzig,
1903. Delegate to Congress of Psychologists, Paris, France, 1900.
Author : The Body Considered in Relation to the Mind, 1875 ; Require-
ments for Public School Teaching, 1898 ; State Care of Dependent Per-
sons; Psychic Effects of Weather; Psychology of the Skin, etc.
Editor: Education and religious departments of The National Tribune,
Washington, D. C. (15 years).

Married August 2, 1862, Emily Frances Miller, of Buffalo, N. Y., who^
died December 7, 1899. Children: Ida May, b. May 3, 1864, m. Willis'
Waterman, d. April 10, 1891 ; James Frances, b. September 21, 1866
(B.A., Colgate), d. November 27, 1890; George Merritt, b. June 30,
1871.

Address : S. Royalton, Mass. Winter address : Cosmos Club,
Washington, D. C.

765. *THOMAS SHIRES WILES. B.S.; M.A., 1869. Born
September 28, 1838, Albany, N. Y.

In the laundry business, Troy, N. Y., 1864-1916. Engaged also in
manufacturing, in Troy, N. Y., and Chicago, 111., 1882-1916. Died
August 12, 1916.

Married October 27, 1864, Ann Elizabeth Brown, of Albany, N. Y.,
who died December 7, 1881. Married May 8, 1886, Caroline Dean
Pettet, of New York, N. Y., who died January 30, 1888. Married
April 26, 1899, Grace Lansingh. Children: Amabel, b. May 2, 1866;
Bertha Helena, b. July 30, 1873, m. Rev. R. K. Smith ; Janet Dempster.

766. *GEORGE WINGATE. B.A.; M.A., 1865. Born July 24,
1837, Great Falls, N. H. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died December
4, 1869, Great Falls, N. H.



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CLASS OF 1864.

767. *JACOB WORTHEN HALL AMES. E.A.(valedic.). *. T.
$. B. K. Born May 7, 1838, Croydon, N. H. Methodist Episcopal
minister. Died June 12, 1866, Middletown, Conn.

768. *HENRY BAKER. B.A.; M.A., 1867; D.D., DePauw Uni-
versity, 1886. ^. T. $. B. K. Born October i, 1843, Pennington, N. J.
Methodist Episcopal minister. Died March 12, 1911, Clifton Springs,

769. *JEDEDIAH DURKEE BEEMAN. B.A. ; M.A., 1867.
^. T. Born November 26, 1835, Fairfax, Vt. Brother of No. 1068.
Methodist Episcopal minister. Died September 18, 1903, Union Vil-
lage, Vt.

770. *GEORGE SLOCUM BENNETT. B.A. ; M. A., 1867. *. T.
<f>. B. K. Born August 17, 1842, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Banker. Died
January 2, 1910, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.

771. *EDWARD KILLER BRECKINRIDGE. B.A. ; M.A., 1867.
Born May 24, 1835, New York Mills, N. Y. Brother of No. 686.
Government official. Died January 9, 1901, Washington, D. C.

772. *CHARLES HENRY BUCK. B.A. ; M.A., 1867; D.D.,
Dickinson College, 1897. $. N. 9. <. B. K. Born January 10, 1841,
North Easton, Mass. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died January 12,
1910, Yonkers, N. Y.

773. *BENJAMIN WHITTEMORE CHASE. B.A. ; M.A., 1867.
A. A. 4>. 4>. B. K. Born May 8, 1834, Haverhill, Mass. Methodist
Episcopal minister. Died December n, 1882, Seaford, Del.

774. CHARLES WASHBURN CHURCH. B.A. ; M.A., 1867.
A. A. . <. B. K. Born September 12, 1839, Waterbury, Conn.

Taught in West Goshen, Conn., 1864-65. Preached in Middlebury,
Conn., 1865-66. Methodist Episcopal minister, New York East Con-
ference, 1866-70. Located on account of poor health, 1870. Resided in
Lakewood, N. J. ; engaged in farm gardening and surveying, 1870-77.
Editor and proprietor of The Constitution, Middletown, Conn., 1877-88.
Clerk in Census Office, Washington, D. C., 1888-93. Book and insurance

agent, Waterbury, Conn., 1893 . Author : Simeon Church and his

Descendants, 1914.

Married May 10, 1866, Fannie A. Newton, of Middletown, Conn.
Children : Anne Maria, b. June 8, 1868 ; William Ward, b. December
14, 1873; John Newton, b. December 14, 1873, d. September 17, 1874;
Sarah Newton, b. July 21, 1876; Carrie Sumner, b. December 20, 1878;
Flora Adele, b. October 19, 1883.

Address : 17 Ridge wood St., Waterbury, Conn.

775. *GEORGE FORSYTH. B.A.; M.A., 1867. *. T. Born
January 26, 1835, Gateshead, England.

Taught in Wyoming Seminary, Pa., 1864-66, 1867-70. Principal of
Catawissa Academy, Pa., 1866-67. Methodist Episcopal minister, Wyo-
ming Conference, 1870-72, 1881-1907. Principal of East Maine Con-



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ference Seminary, Bucksport, Me., 1872-81. Presiding Elder, Owego
District, 1895-1901. Superannuated, 1907-16. Delegate to General Con-
ference, M. E. Church, 1900. Died May 6, 1916, Avalon, Pa.

Married July 12, 1865, Miss E. J. Miller, of Bedford, N. Y., who died
June 9, 1872. Married March i, 1873, Hattie E. Lamb, of Owego, N. Y.,
who died September 2, 1888. Married October 16, 1889, Julia Kennedy,
of Scranton, Pa. Children: Eleanor, b. August n, 1866, m. J. M.
Bailey ; William, b. April 5, 1870.



776. *DANIEL GOULD HARRIMAN. B.A.; M.A., 1867.
<i>. N. 6. <i>. B. K. Born July 9, 1833, New Sharon, Me. Judge. Died
December 31, 1896, Brooklyn, N. Y.



777. JESSE LYMAN HURLBUT. B.A.; M.A., 1867; D.D.,
Syracuse University, 1883. ^r. T. 3>. B. K. Born February 15, 1843,
New York, N. Y.

Taught in Pennington Seminary, N. J., 1864-65. Methodist Episcopal
minister, Newark Conference, 1865-79, 1901-09. General agent, Sunday-
School Union, 1879-84. Assistant editor, Sunday-School department,
1884-88. Superintendent of schools, Plainfield, 1885-92. Principal of
the Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle, 1887-92; general super-
intendent, 1892. Editor of Sunday-school literature, and corresponding
secretary of the Sunday-School Union and Tract Society, 1888-1900.
Corresponding secretary of the Epworth League of the M. E. Church,
1889-92. Superintendent of Newark District, 1909-15. Director, Newark

Institute of Religious Education, 1915 . Retired from active ministry,

1918. Author: Revised Normal Lessons; Teacher-training Lessons;
The Story of the Bible; Manual of Biblical Geography; The Story of
Jesus; Organising and Building up the Sunday-School; The Story of
the Christian Church; The Story of Chautauqua, etc. Editor: Sunday-
School Journal; Sunday-School Lesson Periodicals, 1888-1900.

Married March 5, 1867, Mary M. Chase, of New York, N. Y., who
died February 16, 1913. Children: Pierre Montclair, b. December n,
1867, d. January 26, 1881 ; Helen Marguerite, b. August 23, 1869, d.
November 28, 1870; Charles Chase (No. 1799), b. September 21, 1871;
Mary Evelyn, b. December 4, 1874, m. H. B. Hurlbut; Jesse Lyman,
b. April n, 1877 (class of 1900), d. August, 1899; Leon Arthur, b.
September 18, 1880, d. May 8, 1881 ; Bertha Grace, b. 1883, m. Rev.
G. P. Dougherty.

Address : 74 Park Ave., Bloomfield, N. J.



778. *HENRY CRUISE MURPHY INGRAHAM. B.A. ; M.A.,
1867; LL.D., 1903. $. N. 9. <. B. K. Born May 2, 1838, Amenia,
N. Y. Brother of Nos. 191 and 288, and of T. M. Ingraham (class of
1844). Lawyer. Died February 15, 1911, Brooklyn, N. Y.



779. COSTELLO LIPPITT. B.A.; M.A., 1867. *. N. 9. Born
December 12, 1842, East Killingly, Conn.

Transfer clerk, Thames National Bank, Norwich, Conn., 1864-65.
Dividend and insurance accountant for Norwich Savings Society, 1865-
73. Secretary of Board of Education, Central District, Norwich ;
quartermaster, 3d Regiment, Conn. National Guard, 1873. Treasurer

of Norwich Savings Society, Conn., 1878 . Secretary, Board of

Trustees, Norwich Free Academy, Conn. Treasurer, Groton & Ston-

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ington Street Railway Co. Mayor of Norwich, Conn., 1908-10. State
Treasurer of Connecticut, 1911-13. Lay delegate to General Conference,
M. E. Church, 1900, '04.

Married August 17, 1864, Emma H. Standish, of Norwich, Conn.,
who died May 20, 1889. Married June 4, 1890, Gertrude H. Lamphere,
of Norwich, Conn. Children: Mary Bell, b. July 28, 1865; Norris
Standish, b. December 25, 1867.

Address : Norwich, Conn.

780. "CHARLES AMOS MERRILL. B.A.; M.A., 1867; LL.B.,
Columbia University, 1868, and Harvard University, 1869. A. A. <.
4>. B. K. Born September 23, 1843, South Boston, Mass. Son of No. n.
Lawyer. Died April 30, 1907, Worcester, Mass.

781. "RICHARD WATSON NEWHALL. B.A. *. T. Born
April 17, 1841, Pittsfield, Vt. Lawyer. Died December 23, 1908.
Brooklyn, N. Y.

782. GEORGE NELSON PHELPS. B.A.; M.A., 1867. *. N. G.
Born September 12, 1839, Warehouse Point, Conn. Brother of C.
Phelps (class of 1875).

Taught in Providence Conference Seminary (now East Greenwich
Academy), R. I., 1864-67. Chemist and superintendent in Gowanus
Chemical Works, New York, N. Y., 1867-79. Proprietor of Phelps
Chemical Works, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1880-84. Manufacturer of bichro-
mate of potash, New York, N. Y., 1884-87 ; of pharmaceutical prepara-
tions, Goshen, N. Y., 1887-94. Retired, 1894.

Married October 26, 1870, Helen A. Brown, of Brooklyn, N. Y.

Address : Vernon, Conn.

783. "JOHN JOSEPH REED. B.A. ; M.A., 1867; D.D., Ohio
Wesleyan University, 1887. A. A. 3>. $. B. K. Born February 3, 1840,
New York, N. Y.

Taught in Pennsylvania Military Academy, Chester, Pa., 1864-69.
Methodist Episcopal minister, Newark, Cincinnati, and New York Con-
ferences, 1869-1911. Superannuated, 1911. Died October 29, 1911,
Leonia, N. J.

Married June 22, 1870, Sarah Elizabeth Roop, of Philadelphia, Pa.
Children : Horatio Roop, b. May 13, 1871 ; Joanna Ashton, b. January
26, 1873; William Lewis, b. October 18, 1874; Emma Louisa (No.
2121), b. January 12, 1877, m. A. E. Osborne (No. 1908) ; Helen
Elizabeth, b. June 23, 1881 ; Mary Lewis, b. October 30, 1882.

784. "STEPHEN AUGUSTUS SNOW. B.A. ; M.A., 1867. X. *.
Born November 17, 1842, Providence, R. I. School principal. Died
August 20, 1901, Pittsburgh, Pa.

785. GEORGE LEWIS THOMPSON. B.A.; M.A., 1867.
A. A. 4>. Born July 15, 1837, Pitcher, N. Y.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New York East Conference, 1864-1907.
Retired, 1907. Chaplain of Connecticut Legislature, 1881-82.

Married July 26, 1864, Elizabeth Wilson, of Middletown, Conn., who
died October 15, 1917. Children: Lewis Lincoln, b. September 7, 1865,
d. October 15, 1918; Wilson Wallace (No. 1624), b. February 5, 1867;
John Angus (No. 1819), b. December 28, 1872.

Address: (June to October) 449 Argyle Road, Brooklyn, N. Y.;
(October to June) Sarasota, Fla.

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780. *WILLIAM SHERIDAN TODD. B.A. ; M.A., 1867; M.D.,
Columbia University, 1869. ^. T. Born January i, 1840, Coleraine,
Mass. Physician. Died February 19, 1893, Ridgefield, Conn.

787. *JOHN SWINBURNE WHEDON. B.A.; M.A., 1867;
D.D., U. "S. Grant University. A. A. 3>. Born June 30, 1843, White
Plains, N. Y. Son of Professor D. D. Whedon. Methodist Episcopal
minister. Died April 19, 1892, Yalaha, Fla.

788. THOMAS BOND WOOD. B.A., Indiana Asbury (now
DePauw) University, 1863, and Wesleyan (salut.), 1864; M.A., Indiana
Asbury, 1866, and Wesleyan, 1867; LL.D., DePauw, 1882; D.D., Wes-
leyan, 1901. <. N. O. Born March 17, 1844, La Fayette, Ind. Brother
of Nos. 945 and 968.

Taught in Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, Mass., 1864-67. Joined
New England Conference, M. E. Church, 1865. President of Valparaiso
College, Ind., 1867-70. Transferred to Northwest Indiana Conference,
1868. Missionary of the M. E. Church in Southeastern South America,
1870-79. Stationed at Rosario de Santa Fe, Argentine Republic, 1870-77.
U. S. consul at Rosario, 1873-77. Professor of Astronomy and Physics,
National College, Rosario, 1875-77. Stationed at Montevideo, Uruguay,
1877-87. Founded and edited El Evangelist a. Superintendent of missions
of M. E. Church in South America, 1879-87. Founder of the Methodist
Theological Seminary, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1888 ; President of the
same, 1889-91. Superintendent of missions, Northwestern South America,
1891-1907. Founder and general manager, mission school system, Peru,
1892-1913. One of the founders of the Technical School of Commerce,
Lima, Peru, 1890; President of the same, 1899-1913. Founder of the
Methodist Theological Seminary, Lima, Peru, 1906; President of the
same, 1906-13. Delegate to Methodist Ecumenical Conference, 1881 ;
World's Congress of Missions, Chicago, 1893.

Married July 23, 1867, Ellen Dow, of Westfield, Mass. Children :
Elsie (B.A., College of Puget Sound), m. Robert L. Schofield, Mus.D. ;
Amy, m. Fred A. Hazeltine ; Anges, d. February 25, 1893 ; Edwin Dow
(B.S., DePauw University); Bertha (Ph.B., DePauw University), m.
Charles A. Robbins.

Address : 636 N. Sprague St., Tacoma, Wash.

789. *ALBERT HARMON WYATT. B.A. ; M.A., 1867. *. T.
4>. B. K. Born October 16, 1839, Speedsville, N. Y. Methodist Episco-
pal minister. Died April 29, 1909, Canaan, Conn.



CLASS OF \ 865.

790. *WILBUR OLIN ATWATER. B.A. ; M.A, 1868; Ph.D.,
Yale University, 1869; LL.D., University of Vermont, 1904. <J>. N. 9.
<f>. B. K. Born May 3, 1844, Johnsburg, N. Y. College professor.
Died September 22, 1907, Middletown, Conn.

791. "THEODORE CHARLES BEACH. B.A. ; M.A., 1868;
D.D., Allegheny College, 1893. A. A. f. Born February 21, 1841,
Bristol, Conn. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died January 27, 1909,
Springfield, Mass.



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792. *WELLESLEY WELLINGTON BOWDISH. B.A. ; M.A.,
1868; D.D., Iowa Wesleyan University, 1882. >P. T. Born August 16,
1836, Fulton, N. Y.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New York East Conference, 1865-1915.
Superintendent of New Haven District, 1908. Editor: Tzventy-five
Good Sermons; Inter-denominational Sermons. Died October 8, 1915,
Flatbush, N. Y.

Married October 21, 1868, Jennie E. Campbell, of New Haven, Conn.,
who died June, 1905. Children: Emily Campbell, b. November 4, 1871,
d. November 6, 1871; Jennie Campbell, b. August 6, 1876; Agnes
(adopted) .



793. *WILLIAM HOMER BURNETT. B.A. ; M.A., 1868. X. *.
Born February 18, 1845, Milton, Vt. In the railroad business. Died
October 22, 1869, Cheyenne, Wyo.



794. *COLEMAN CLARK BURR. B.A. Born October 26, 1841,
Perry, N. Y.

Taught in Columbus City, Iowa, 1868. Deputy collector, Norfolk, Va.,
1868-73. Engaged in tobacco manufacture in Richmond, Va., 1873-81.
Settled in Detroit, Mich., 1881. Died August 15, 1911, Denver, Col.



795. * ALLEN CLARK. B.A.; M.A. ; 1868; B.D., Union Theo-
logical Seminary, 1868. 3>. N. 9. Born October 12, 1842, Whitehall,
N. Y.

Employed in the office of The American Agriculturist, 1865-66.
Studied in Union Theological Seminary, 1866-68. Pastor of Congrega-
tional churches in Connecticut, Iowa, Vermont, and Minnesota, 1868-1915.
Died January 27, 1915, Akeley, Minn.

Married November 19, 1868, Rhoda Kendall, of Seymour, Conn.
Children: Mary K., b. 1870, m. O. Boist; Jessie, b. 1872, d. 1875;
Willie, b. 1874, d. 1875; Rose Alleine. b. 1876, m. F. H. Wheaton;
Kendall, b. 1878; Thirza K., b. 1881, m. L. Downing; Laura E., b.
1884, m. B. H. Fuller.



796. EDWARD CUTTS. B.A. ; M.A., 1868. Born November 25,
1842, Pittston, Me.

Traveled in Europe, 1865-68. In the shipping and commission business
in New York, N. Y., 1868-83. In business in Port au Prince, Haiti, 1883-
1910. Retired, 1910.

Married May 21, 1868, Ellen W. Tobey, of Middletown, Conn.
Children: Oliver, b. August 21, 1869, d. November 15, 1869; Frederic
(No. 1738), b. February 14, 1871; Helen Elizabeth, b. June 13, 1873.

Address : Middletown, Conn.



797. *LUTHER MUNSON GILBERT. B.A.; M.A., 1868; M.D.,
Long Island College Hospital, 1866. Born December 9, 1842, New
Haven, Conn. Physician. Died April 27, 1890, New Haven, Conn.



798. *BENJAMIN AYER GILMAN. B.A.; M.A., 1868. Born
September 8, 1838, Phillips, Me. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died
March 14, 1906, Essex, Conn.

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799. *GEORGE AUGUSTUS GRAVES. B.A.; M.A., 1868;
B.D., Union Theological Seminary, 1869. ^'. T. <S>. B. K. Born March
IS, 1840, Salisbury, Vt. Brother of No. 282.

Taught in Jonesville Academy, N. Y., 1865-66; Drew Female Semin-
ary, Carmel, N. Y., 1866-67. Studied in Union Theological Seminary,
1867-69. Methodist Episcopal minister, New York East Conference,
1869-1901. Superannuated, 1901. Field secretary, Connecticut State
Prohibition Committee, 1892-94. Died February 15, 1919, Brooklyn,
N. Y.

Married June 25, 1873, Edith E. Wooster, of Bridgeport, Conn., who
died May 9, 1882. Married April 7, 1887, Mrs. Martha A. (Snow)
Abbott, widow of No. 825. Children: Carle Augustus (No. 2010), b.
October 15, 1875; Bertha Emily, b. March 2, 1877 (B.A., Woman's
College of Baltimore, 1899).



800. ALBERT OVERTON HAMMOND. B.A. ; M.A., 1870.
A. A. 4>. $. B. K. - Born June 19, 1841, New Village, K Y. Brother
of No. 283, and of G. H. Hammond (class of 1868).

Joined Co. I, 6th N. Y. Cavalry, 1862. Returned to college, 1863.
Taught in Chilton Hill Academy, Elizabeth, N. J., 1865-66. Preached
in Huntington, N. Y., 1866-67. Methodist Episcopal minister, New York
East Conference, M. E. Church, 1867-70. Taught in Vermont Con-
ference (now Montpelier) Seminary, 1870-72; Fort Edward Collegiate
Institute, N. Y. (vice principal, 1873-75), 1872-75; Pittsburgh Female
College, Pa., 1875-76. Principal of English and Classical Institute,
Bound Brook, N. J., 1876-78. Teaching in Centenary Collegiate Institute,
Hackettstown, N. J., 1878 .

Married April 14, 1868, Mary E. Duff, of Thomaston, Conn.

Address : Hackettstown, N. J.



801. *CYRUS AUGUSTUS JOHNSON. B.A. ; M.A, 1868;
B.D., Union Theological Seminary, 1868. ^. T. Born May n, 1838,
Middletown, Conn.

Studied in Union Theological Seminary, 1865-68. Ordained Baptist
minister, 1868. Pastor of Baptist churches in New York State, 1868-
1904. Pastor emeritus, 1904-21. Died October 19, 1921, Batavia, N. Y.

Married April 9, 1872, Sarah Scott, of Vergennes, Vt., who died
April 8, 1884. Married November 4, 1885, Mrs. Anna Maria (Elderkin)
Potter, of New York, N. Y. Children: Bertha, b. June 23, 1873;
Lester, b. December 24, 1874, d. June 24, 1904.



802. *SALMON DURANCE JONES. B.A.; M.A., 1868. Born
April 5, 1837, White Mills, Pa. Brother of S. K. Jones (class of 1866).
Methodist Episcopal minister. Died July 29, 1901, Ocean Grove, N. J.



803. WILLIAM VALENTINE KELLEY. B.A. ; M.A., 1868;
D.D., 1883; L.H.D., Dickinson College, 1899, and Wesleyan, 1917;
LL.D., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1909. *V. T. <. B. K. Born February
13, 1843, Plainfield, N. J.

Taught in Pennington Seminary, N. J., 1865-67. Methodist Episcopal
minister, New Jersey, Genesee, Philadelphia, Newark, and New York
East Conferences, 1867-93. Editor of The Methodist Review, 1893-1920.
Trustee of Wesleyan University, 1893 . Trustee of Peking Uni-
versity, China (President of the Board), and of Drew Theological

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Seminary. Member of Interdenominational Commission on Divorce and
Remarriage, 1900; of Joint Commission, M. E. Church and M. E.
Church, South, on New Catechisms, 1900. Fraternal Delegate, M. E.
Church to Methodist Church of Canada, 1906, to Methodist Protestant
Church, 1916, and to Methodist Episcopal Church, South, 1918. Member
of the Author's Club of London, England. Author : The Ripening Ex-
periences of Life; Dotvn the Road; A Pilgrim of the Infinite; The
Illumined Face; Wiih the Children; A Salute to the Valiant, etc.
Editor : The Methodist Review, for 27 years.

Married July 27, 1876, Eliza McVeigh, daughter of John Whitman,
of Philadelphia, Pa., who died March 8, 1908.

Address: Hotel St. George, Brooklyn, N. Y.



804. ^SIEGFRIED KRISTELLER. B.A. ; M.A., 1868. A. A. <i>.
Born June 25, 1838, Wollstein, Prussia. Methodist Episcopal minister.
Died September 25, 1883, Brooklyn, N. Y.

805. *JOSEPH HENRY MANSFIELD. B.A. ; M.A., 1868;
D.D., Baker University, and New Orleans University, 1886. $. N. 6.
Born November 25, 1837, Whitehall, N. Y. Methodist Episcopal min-
ister. Died December 29, 1906, Brookline, Mass,



805a. CHARLES D E WITT MARCY. B.A., 1915. X. *. Born
October 24, 1842, Greenfield, Mass. Son of No. 104.

Left college during Junior year, September, 1864. In the 43d Mass.
Volunteers, 1862-63. Sergeant in the Signal Corps, U. S. Army, 1864-65.

Engaged in publishing directories, maps, etc., 1867 . President,

Sampson S. Murdock Co. Secretary and treasurer, U. S. Veteran Signal
Corps Association.

Married June 25, 1873, Sophia Augusta Hilliker, of Lynn, Mass.
Children: Annie Maude, b. August 20, 1876 (B.A., Smith, 1897), m.
Rev. Charles M. Crooks; Harriet Murdock, b. September 25, 1881
(B.A., Mt. Holyoke, 1904) ; Grosvenor DeWitt, b. October 3, 1883
(B.S., Mass. Institute of Technology, 1905).

Address: 281 Ashmont St., Dorchester, Mass.



806. *JAMES MUDGE. B.A. ; M.A., 1868; B.D., Boston Theo-
logical Seminary, 1870; D.D., Wesleyan, 1891. <fr. T. <J>. B. K. Born
April 5, 1844, West Springfield, Mass.

Taught in Pennington Seminary, N. J., 1865-67. Studied in Boston
Theological Seminary, 1867-70. Methodist Episcopal minister, New
England and India Conferences, 1868-1908. Book editor, Zion's Herald,
Boston, Mass., 1908-12. Lecturer on Missions, School of Theology,
Boston University, 1888-1904. Secretary, New England Conference,
1899-1918. Delegate to General Conference, M. E. Church (and assist-
ant secretary), 1900. Author: History of Methodism; The Best of
Browning; The Life of Love, etc. Extensive contributor to religious
papers and periodicals, the secular press and encyclopedias. Editor :
The Lucknow Witness (9 vols.) ; Good Stories and Best Poems (3 vols.),
etc. Died May 7, 1918, Maiden, Mass.

Married April 29, 1873, Martha M. Wiswell, of New Haven, Conn.,
who died February 20, 1908. Children : Bertha, b. October 12, 1874, d.
April 5, 1877; Mabel, b. November 20, 1875; James Wiswell (No. 2295),
b. December 11, 1879; Ada, b. July 20, 1881 (B.A., Boston Univ., 1903).

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807. *JOSEPH ORLANDO MUNSON. B.A.; M.A., 1868.
0>. B. K. Born July 21, 1840, Middlebury, Conn.

Preached in Litchfield, Conn., 1865-66. Methodist Episcopal minister,
New York East Conference, 1866-1910. Superannuated, 1910. Died
February 23, 1918, New Haven, Conn.

Married October 5, 1870, Henrietta J. Smith, of New Haven, Conn.
Children: Ralph Ira, b. December 24, 1873; Clarence Augustus, b.
February 6, 1886 (class of 1908).

808. "ISRAEL AUGUSTUS NEWHALL. B.A.; M.A., 1868.
A. A. <i>. Born December 7, 1843, Lynn, Mass. Brother of H. M.
Newhall (class of 1879).

Engaged in the manufacture of shoes, Lynn, Mass., 1865-87. Clerk
of the Lynn Mutual Fire Insurance Company, 1887-94; secretary, 1894-
1911. Author: History of Lynn; Legacy of an Octogenarian, etc.
Editor: Historical works concerning Lynn. Died May 18, 1918, Lynn,
Mass.

Married June 14, 1893, Lucy Ellen Bacheller, of Lynn, Mass.

809. *WILLIAM AMOS NOTTAGE. B.A.; M.A., 1868. Born
March 15, 1838, North Braintree, Mass. Methodist Episcopal minister.
Died January 8, 1904, Cochituate, Mass.

810. *JACOB NEAL PERKINS. B.A.; M.A., 1868. *. T.
<i>. B. K. Born February 2, 1843, Hartford, Vt. Lawyer, later in
business. Died November 17, 1889, Syracuse, N. Y.

811. WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON PHILLIPS. B.A.;M.A.,
1868; Ph.D., University of Heidelberg, 1868. *. N. 6. <. B. K. Born
July 25, 1841, Loughboro, Ont, Canada.

Studied in the Universities of Berlin, Paris, and Heidelberg, 1865-68.
Taught in Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, Mass., 1868-69. Professor



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