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of Natural Science, Genesee College, Lima, N. Y., 1869-70. Teacher
and acting principal, Providence Conference Seminary (now East Green-
wich Academy), R. I., 1870-71. Taught in Wesleyan Academy, 1871-83.
Professor of Mathematics and English, South Dakota State College,
1884-90; of Mathematics, 189-96; Vice-president, 1895. Retired, 1896.
Author: Elements of Geometry; Modern Geometry.

Married July 19, 1871, Carrie E. Houghton, of North Bennington, Vt.
Children: Edward C, b. September 9, 1874; Florence Houghton, b.
June 24, 1881 (B.S., South Dakota State College, 1901), m. Benjamin F.
Haas; Caroline Louise, b. December 4, 1882 (B.S., South Dakota State
College, 1901).

Address : 1343 Clifton St., N. W., Washington, D. C.

812. JOHN RUFUS REYNOLDS. B.A. X. *. Born November
22, 1843, Granby, Conn.

Engaged in drafting and designing plans for machinery, Hartford,
Conn., 1865 . Inventor of bookbinding and book-sewing machinery.

Married October 23, 1867, Josephine Gay Bidwell, of Middletown,
Conn. Children: Harry Marcy, b. July 13, 1868; Francis Pratt, b.
February 16, 1870.

Address : 83 Tremont St., Hartford, Conn.

813. WILLIAM NORTH RICE. B.A. (valedic.) ; M.A., 1868;
Ph.D., Yale University, 1867; LL.D., Syracuse University, 1886, and

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Wesleyan, 1915. $. N. 0. $. B. K. Born November 21, 1845, Marble-
head, Mass. Brother of Nos. 936, 988, and 1233.

Preached at Grace M. E. Church, Boston, Mass., 1865. Studied in
Sheffield Scientific School, Yale University, 1866-67. Professor of
Geology and Natural History, Wesleyan University, 1867-84; of Geol-
ogy, 1884-1918; Professor Emeritus, 1918 . Acting President, 1907,

1908-09, 1918. Studied in the University of Berlin, 1867-68, 1892-93.
Joined New York East Conference, M. E. Church, 1869. Spent summer
vacations in zoological work with U. S. Fish Commission at Portland,
Me., and Noank, Conn., 1873-74. Spent part of the winter in Bermuda,
engaged in geological and zoological investigation, 1876-77. Member,
Middletown (Conn.) Board of Education, 1884-91; president, 1885-91.
Assistant geologist, U. S. Geological Survey, ,1891-92. Chairman, Board

of Examiners, New York East Conference, 1896 . Lecturer on the

Relations of Science and Religion, Hamilton Theological Seminary,
Colgate University, 1897-1900. President, Connecticut Council of Edu-
cation, 1902-05; Connecticut Gamma Chapter, Phi Beta Kappa, 1902-11.
Superintendent, Conn. Geological and Natural History Survey, 1903-16.
Vice-president, American Association for the Advancement of Science,
1905-06. Founding member, American Society of Naturalists; presi-
dent, 1891. Vice-president, Geological Society of America, 1911. Presi-
dent, Conn. Federation of Churches, 1910-11, 1919-20; honorary presi-
dent, 1920 ; secretary, 1913-19. Member, Association of American

Geographers, American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Author :
Geology of Bermuda; Science Teaching in the Schools; Twenty-five
Years of Scientific Progress, and Other Essays; Christian Faith in an
Age of Science; Manual of Geology of Connecticut (with H. E.
Gregory) ; James Dwight Dana, Geologist (in Leading American Men
of Science} ; The Geology of James Dwight Dana (in Problems of
American Geology) ; The Return to Faith, and other Addresses ;
Through Darkness to Dawn; The Poet of Science, and other Addresses.
Editor: Wesleyan University Alumni Record, 1873; Dana's Text-Book
of Geology (5th edition) ; William Rice: a Memorial.

Married April 12, 1870, Elizabeth Wing Crowell (daughter of No.
118), who died January 5, 1916. Children: Edward Loranus (No. 1718),
b. March 18, 1871 ; Charles William, b. September 19, 1879, d. June 30,
1882.

Address : Middletown, Conn.

814. *WILLIAM HENRY RICHMAN. B.A. ; LL.B., University
of Albany, 1866. ^. T. Born September 3, 1844, Woodstown, N. J.
In business. Died January 22, 1868, St. Louis, Mo.

815. *WILLIAM ROBINSON. B.A.; M.A., 1868; Ph.D., Boston
University, 1907. A. A. 4>. Born November 22, 1840, in Ireland.

Principal of High School, Ansonia, Conn., 1865-66. In the oil region,
Pennsylvania, 1866. Taught in Stamford, Conn., 1867. Principal of
Spring Valley Academy, N. Y., 1867-69. Engaged in the oil business in
Pennsylvania, 1869-72. President and general manager of the Robinson
Electric Railway Signal Company, 1873. Engaged in business in Boston,
Mass., 1875-81. Organized the Union Electric Signal Company, 1878.
Traveled in Europe, Egypt, and Palestine, for fifteen months, 1879-80.
Inventor of the Robinson wireless electric railway signal system, of the
Robinson radial car truck, of the coaster brake used on bicycles, and of
roller-bearing skates. Engaged in developing and practising electric
engineering. Author : History of Automatic Electric and Electrically
Controlled Fluid Pressure Signal Systems for Railroads. Died January
2, 1921, Brooklyn, N. Y.

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816. *RICHARD HUBBARD RUST. B.A.; M.A., 1868; B.D.,
Union Theological Seminary, 1868; D.D., Ohio Wesleyan University,
1880. *. T. $. B. K. Born September 5, 1842, Ellington, Conn. Son
of No. 168.

Taught in Cincinnati Wesleyan College, Ohio, 1865-66. Studied in
Union Theological Seminary, 1866-68. Methodist Episcopal minister,
New York East, New England Southern, and Cincinnati Conferences,
1868-1906. President of Cincinnati Wesleyan College, Ohio, 1880-82.
Studied in several American universities, 1891-93. Presiding Elder,
Cincinnati District, 1894-1901. Retired, 1906. Died May 6, 1917, Cin-
cinnati, Ohio.

Married March 22, 1871, Emma O. Seybold, of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Children: Richard Frederick, b. May 21, 1872; Helen Catherine, b.
April 4, 1874, m- E. I. Kaiper.

817. ELIAS BENJAMIN SANFORD. B.A. ; M.A., 1868, and
(Hon.) Yale University, 1888; D.D., Wesleyan, 1894. X. *. $. B. K.
Born June 6, 1843, Westbrook, Conn. Brother of No. 818.

Joined New York East Conference, M. E. Church, 1865. Stationed
at Thomaston, Conn., 1865-68. Studied in Yale Divinity School, 1868-69.
Pastor of First Congregational Church, Cornwall, Conn., 1869-72. Act-
ing pastor of Congregational Church, Northfield, Conn., 1872-73. Edi-
torial writer, chiefly in New York, N. Y., 1874-7?- Pastor of Eagle
Rock Congregational Church, Thomaston, Conn., 1878-82; Congrega-
tional Church, Westbrook, Conn., 1882-94. Secretary of the Open and
Institutional Church League, 1895-99. General secretary, National Fed-
eration of Churches, 1899-1905. Corresponding secretary, Inter-church
Conference on Federation, 1905-08; Federal Council of the Churches,
1908-12; honorary secretary, 1912 . Author: History of Connecti-
cut, 1887. Editor: Concise Cyclopaedia of Religious Knowledge, 1890;
Proceedings of Inter-church Conference on Federation, 1905 ; Proceed-
ings of the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America, 1908 ;
Origin and History of the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in
America, 1916; History of the Reformation, 1917.

Married October 10, 1870, Martha Sanford, of Thomaston, Conn.
Children: Adelaide Benton, b. January 21, 1872 (B.A., Smith, 1894),
m. Professor A. K. Hardy; May Thomas, b. December 13, 1880 (grad.
Teachers College, Columbia Univ., 1903).

Address : Rockf all, Conn.

818. *WILBUR FISK SANFORD. B.A.; M.A., 1869; M.D.,
New York University, 1867; LL.B., Columbia University, 1877. X. <I>.
Born May 20, 1845, Riverhead, N. Y. Brother of No. 817. Physician.
Died December 12, 1880, Brooklyn, N. Y.

819. *HENRY EDGAR SMITH. B.A.; M.A., 1868; M.D.,
University of Vermont, 1870. Born January 28, 1839, St. Johnsbury, Vt.

Principal of a public school, Acton, Ind. ; also teacher of a private
school, Harrison County, Ky., 1866-67. Principal of a public school,
Garrison, N. Y., 1867-68. Taught in Saybrook, Conn., 1868-69. Studied
medicine in Burlington, Vt., and Boston, Mass., 1869-70. Practised
medicine in Wauregan, Conn., 1871-72; Weston, Vt., 1872-74; Burke,
1874-76; Lower Watefford, 1876-77; Burke, 1878-79; Westmore, 1879-
81 ; Newark (also engaged in farming), 1893-1911. Died November 30,
1911, Burke, Vt.

Married August 18, 1872, Mary Ella Clark, of Chester, Vt, who died
January 12, 1892. Children : Nellie Sophronia, b. July 8, 1874, m. Burt

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Watson; Philip Edgar, b. May 18, 1876; Clarence Adelbert, b. Novem-
ber 20, 1878; Franklin Everett, b. December 5, 1880, d. January 23, 1881 ;
Luvia Hattie, b. June 13, 1882, m. Archibald Laron.

820. *SIDNEY KETCHAM SMITH. B.A. ; M.A., 1868. A. A. $.
$. B. K. Born March 14, 1838, Huntington, N. Y.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New York East Conference, 1865-93.
Superannuated, 1893-1921. Conference biographical secretary, 1880-95.
Author: Booklets: The Finger Touch of Divine Love; Valley Whis-
pers of Comfort and Peace. Died September 30, 1921, Boston, Mass.

Married September 13, 1865, Mary Frances Barnard, of Marlboro,
Mass. Children: William Barnard (No. 1535), b. June 22, 1866;
Frank Sidney, b. November 9, 1868; Ernest Ketcham (No. 1864), b.
October 28, 1873; Mary Louise, b. March 29, 1877; Jennie Woolson,
b. August 30, 1 88 1, m. G. R. Cleveland.

821. *DANIEL HAYDEN TAYLOR. B.A.; M.A., 1868. Born
September 28, 1838, Vassalboro, Me. School principal; later book-
keeper and engaged in farming. Died January 16, 1910, Ontario, Cal.

822. *GEORGE LEWIS WESTGATE, B.A. (salut.} ; M.A.,
1868. *. T. $. B. K. Born April 12, 1844, Fall River, Mass. Metho-
dist Episcopal minister, later college professor. Died June 28, 1885,
Norfolk, Conn.

823. NICHOLAS TILLINGHAST WHITAKER. B.A. ; M.A.,
1868; D.D., New Orleans University, 1888; Ph.D., Boston University,
1905. A. A. $. <i>. B. K. Born April 10, 1840, Boston, Mass. Brother
of No. 706.

Studied in Methodist General Biblical Institute, Concord, N. H., 1865-
67. Graduated, 1867. Methodist Episcopal minister, New England, New
England Southern, and Maine Conferences, 1867-1918. Secretary, New
England Education Society, 1875 . Retired, 1918. Pastor, Com-
munity Church, Islington, Mass., 1919-20. Author: Christian Science
Is it Safe? ; The Pastor's Helper; Sunday is the true Sabbath Day.

Married September 8, 1867, Helen S. Locke, of Concord, N. H.
Children: Samuel Edgar, b. June 3, 1870; Ethel, b. September 10, 1882,
d. July 29, 1885.

Address : 209 Sumner St., Newton Centre, Mass.

824. *CHARLES WESLEY WILDER. B.A.; M.A., 1868.
A. A. <. 3>. B. K. Born February 22, 1837, Granville, Vt. Brother of
No. 707, and of R. H. Wilder (class of 1861). Methodist Episcopal
minister. Died May 24, 1901, South Walpole, Mass.



CLASS OF 1866.

825. *LARMON ROELLAS ABBOTT. B.A. ; M.A., 1869.
M>. T. Born March 18, 1844, New Haven, Conn.. Teacher. Died July
12, 1872, Winsted, Conn.

826. *OSMIN ATKINS. B.A. Born January 6, 1844, Middletown,
Conn. Lawyer. Died September 17, 1871, Middletown, Vt

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827. *GEORGE GARY BUSH. B.A. ; M.A., 1869; Ph.D., Syra-
cuse University, 1878. ^. T. <J>. B. K. Born March 19, 1843, Turin,
N. Y. Teacher and writer. Died October 15, 1898, Maiden, Mass.

828. *GEORGE CLIFFORD CARPENTER. B.A.; M.A., 1869.
<. N. 6. Born March 29, 1840, Nelson, N. Y. College professor. Died
October I, 1894, Indianola, Iowa.

829. *HENRY THOMAS EDDY. B.A. Born March 25, 1841,
Bristol, Conn. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died September 27, 1866,
Longmeadow, Mass.

830. *REESE BARKER GWILLIM. B.A. ; M.A., 1869. $. N. 0.
<J>. B. K. Born November 29, 1838, Llandisilia, Wales. Lawyer. Died
June 8, 1905, Brooklyn, N. Y.

831. *WARREN LANNING HOAGLAND. B.A.; M.A., 1869;
B.D., Drew Theological Seminary, 1870; D.D., Wesleyan, 1896. <. N. 9.
Born May n, 1844, Hope, N. J.

Taught in Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, Mass., 1866-67. Studied
in Law School of University of Albany, N. Y., 1868-69; Drew Theo-
logical Seminary, 1869-70. Methodist Episcopal minister, Newark Con-
ference, 1870-1919. Presiding Elder, Newark District, 1900-06. Trustee
of Wesleyan University, 1906-17. Delegate to General Conference,
M. E. Church, 1904. Died January 7, 1919, Little Falls, N. J.

Married March 3, 1875, Emily Case Cleveland, of Jersey City, N. J.,
who died October 30, 1895. Married March 16, 1910, Margaret Engel,
of Sharon, Mass. Children: Warren Lanning (No. 2016), b. April 13,
1876; Harry Buttz, b. December 12, 1878, d. September 29, 1879;
Herbert, b. March 14, 1880.

832. *CHARLES PRESCOTT MATHER. B.A. ; M.A., 1870. X. *.
Born July 17, 1842, Manchester, England. Methodist Episcopal minister.
Died August 18, 1880, Center Junction, Iowa.

833. *HENRY ROBIE MORRILL. B.A.; M.A., 1869. A. K E.
Born August 12, 1840, Candia, N. H. Lawyer. Died July 12, 1883,
Waterbury, Conn.

834. AUGUSTUS FREDERICK NIGHTINGALE. B.A. (vale-
die.); M.A., 1869; Ph.D., Upper Iowa University, 1892; LL.D.,
Simpson College, 1905. ^. T. 3>. B. K. Born November n, 1843,
Quincy, Mass.

Professor of Ancient Languages, Upper Iowa University, 1866-68.
Acting President of Northwestern Female College (now Women's Col-
lege of Northwestern University), Evanston, 111., 1868-71. Professor
of Ancient Languages and Teacher of Elocution in Simpson College,
Iowa, 1871-72. Superintendent of public instruction, Omaha, Neb., 1872-
74. Principal of Lake View High School, Chicago, 111., 1874-90.
Assistant superintendent of public schools, Chicago, 1890-92. Superin-
tendent of high schools, Chicago, 1892-1901. County superintendent of
schools, Cook County, 111., 1902-10. President, North Central Associa-
tion of Colleges and Secondary Schools, 1894. Chairman, Committee of
National Education Association on College Requirements, 1895-99.
Member of the Educational Commission of Illinois, 1906. President,

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Board of Trustees, University of Illinois, 1901. Author: Requirements
for Admission to American Colleges. Editor : Twentieth Century Text-
books for Secondary Schools (TOO vols.).

Married August 24, 1866, Fanny O. Chase, of Brookline, N. H.
Children : Florence, b. May 22, 1868, m. Dr. W. R. Abbott, d. October
24, 1912; Carl Fred, b. September 26, 1869, d. September 27, 1870;
Harry Thomas, b. October n, 1871 (Ph.B., Univ. of Michigan, 1895);
Jessie Irma, b. February 27, 1873, m. H. M. Angle; Winifred, b. Octo-
ber 20, 1874, m. V. L. Alward; Pearl Romeyn, b. December 12, 1875,
m. W. D. Hess.

Address : 1240 Oak Ave., Evanston, 111.

835. STEPHEN HENRY OLIN. B.A.; M.A, 1869; LL.B.,
University of Albany, 1867 ; LL.D., Wesleyan, 1894. <i>. N. 9. <. B. K.
Born April 22, 1847, Middletown, Conn. Son of President Olin.

Studied in Law School of University of Albany, N. Y., 1866-67.
Traveled in Europe, 1867-68. Practising law in New York, N. Y.,

1869 . Trustee, Astor Library, New York, N. Y., 1888-95; New

York Public Library, 1895 . Vice-president, New York City Bar

Association, 1898-99. President, University 'Settlement Society, 1902-06.
Major and judge advocate, ist and 2d Brigades, N. Y. National Guard,
1882-89. Lieutenant colonel and assistant adjutant general, ist Brigade,
1889-98 ; colonel, and chief of staff, National Guard of New York, 1898-
1903. Trustee of Wesleyan University, 1880 .

Married October 23, 1879, Alice W. Barlow, of New York, N. Y.,
who died November 7, 1882. Married March 21, 1903, Mrs. Emeline
(Harriman) Dodge, of New York, N. Y. Children: Alice Townsend,
m. Tracy Dows; Julia Lynch, m. J. P. Benkard.

Address : 149 Broadway, New York, N. Y. Residences : Rhinebeck,
N. Y., and no East 39th St., New York, N. Y.

836. *GEORGE CARR ROUND. B.A. ; M.A, 1869. A. A. $.
. B. K. Born September 14, 1839, Kingston, Pa. Brother of No. 523.

Entered Wesleyan University (in the class of 1862), 1858. Served
in the 4th Conn. Infantry (later ist. Conn. Heavy Artillery), 1861-64.
Lieutenant in Signal Corps, U. S. Army; attached to headquarters,
Army of the Ohio, 1864-65. Reentered Wesleyan University, 1865.
Studied law in Binghamton, N. Y, 1866-67; Columbia Law School,
1867-68. Practised law, and engaged in the real estate business in
Manassas, Va., and Washington, D. C, 1868-1908. Attorney for the
commonwealth, Prince William County, Va., 1869. Appointed U. S.
commissioner, 1870. Clerk of the Manassas School Board, 1870-1910.
Clerk of the Corporation of Manassas, 1872-78. Postmaster at Manassas,
1871-73. Member of House of Delegates of Virginia, 1873-75. Lay
delegate to General Conference, M. E. Church, 1876. President, Veteran
Signal Corps Association, 1902-03. Vice-president, Society of the Army
of the Potomac, 1904-05. Died November 5, 1918, Manassas, Va.

Married September 9, 1877, Emily Caroline Bennett, of Manassas, Va.
Children: Norma Vera, b. August 30, 1878 (B.A., Woman's College of
Baltimore), m. W. W. Davies; George Charles, b. May 17, 1880;
William Maitland, b. November 5, 1889, d. June 17, 1890; Ruth Althea,
b. September 5, 1891, m. A. A. Hooff ; Roswell Emory, b. November
23, 1895; Emily Maitland, b. August 25, 1900.

837. *HERBERT JOEL STEVENS. B.A. ; M.A., 1869. A. A. $.
Born March 4, 1839, Boston, Mass. Farmer. Died July 19, 1903,
Wellesley, Mass.

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838. HENRY ADONIJAH STRONG. B.A. (salut.) ; M.A., 1869;
LL.B., Harvard University, 1872. $. N. 0. 3>. B. K. Born November
22, 1844, Portland, Conn.

Taught in Newburgh Seminary, N. Y., 1867-68. Principal of Union
School, Franklin, Pa., 1868-70. Studied in Harvard Law School, 1871-
72. Practised law in Franklin, Pa., 1873-79. Principal of Erie Academy,
Pa., 1879-81. Practising law in Erie, Pa., 1881 .

Married March 22, 1872, Mrs. Mary Gordon, of Franklin, Pa.

Address: Erie, Pa.

839. ALEXANDER HARRISON TUTTLE. B.A.; M.A., 1869;
B.D., Drew Theological Seminary, 1874; D.D., Syracuse University,
1887; Ph.D., Grant Memorial University, 1887; D.D., Wesleyan, 1906.
<k. T. <. B. K. Born February 28, 1844, Bordentown, N. J.

Preached in Green Village, N. J., 1866-69. Methodist Episcopal
minister, Newark, Wyoming, and Baltimore Conferences, 1869-1914.
Retired, 1914. Delegate to General Conference, M. E. Church, 1900.
Trustee of Drew Theological Seminary, and of Centenary Collegiate
Institute. Member of Missionary Board, M. E. Church. Author:
The Jezv; Bible Readings; Life of Nathan Bangs; The Living Word;
Egypt to Canaan; Life of Mary Porter Gamewell.

Married May 23, 1872, Charlotte Taylor Gamewell, of Hackensack,
N. J. Children: Charlotte Gamewell, b. May 21, 1873 (B.A., Woman's
College of Baltimore, 1897), m. C. H. Hampton; Frank Harrison, b.
January 3, 1882 (B.A., Princeton, 1905).

Address : 149 William St., East Orange, N. J.

840. *GRANVILLE YAGER. B.A.; M.A., 1869; Ph.D., Boston
University, 1911. A. A. . 3>. B. K. Born March 30, 1840, Oneonta,
N. Y.

Taught in Falley Seminary, Fulton, N. Y., 1866-69 ; Pennsylvania
Military Academy, Chester, Pa., 1869-76. Traveled, studied, and
preached, 1876-78. Pastor of Congregational churches in Massachusetts,
1878-86, 1892-1907. Professor of Psychology, Ethics, and Civics, Mid-
dlebury College, 1887-88; of Psychology and Ethics, 1888-92. Resided
in Braintree, Mass.; engaged in preaching and lecturing, 1907-15.
Died May 4, 1915, Braintree, Mass.

Married July 23, 1866, Ella M. Lewis, of Middletown, Conn. Children :
Jessie O., b. March 13, 1871; Flora L., b. July 4, 1873, d. in infancy;
Granville Lewis, b. March 14, 1876 (B.A., Boston Univ., 1897), d.
April 13, 1905.



CLASS OF 1867*

841. *WILLIAM HENRY BURNS. B.A.; M.A., 1870; D.D.,
1892. A. K. E. Born September n, 1840, New Glasgow, N. S., Canada.

Preached in Woodstock, N. B., Canada, 1867-69. Methodist Episcopal
minister, Rock River Conference, 1869-1916. Presiding Elder, Joliet
District, 1890-91 ; Chicago District, 1891-97. Delegate to General Con-
ference, M. E. Church, 1892. Author: Higher Critics' Bible, or God's
Bible; A Crisis in Methodism. Died April 4, 1916, Biloxi, Miss.

Married May i, 1872, Anna P. Foster, of Aurora, 111. Child: William
Foster, b. April 10, 1873 (B.A., Princeton, 1895).

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842. R[OBERT] NEWTON CRANE. B.A.; M.A., 1870;
D.C.L., 1921. . N. 0. Born April i, 1848, Long Branch, N. J.

City editor of The Daily Advertiser, Newark, N. J., 1867-68. Assisted
Richard Watson Gilder in establishing The Newark Morning Register;
associate editor and proprietor of the same, 1869-70. On the editorial
staff of The St. Louis Democrat, 1870-73. Managing editor of The St.
Louis Democrat (now The Globe -Democrat}, 1873-74. U. S. consul at
Manchester, England, 1874-77. Acted as Mexican consul by permission
of U. S. Government, 1875-77. Practised law in St. Louis, Mo., 1878-91.
Member of the Middle Temple, London, England, 1892. Called to the
English bar, 1894. Senior counsel to the American Embassy in London,
England ; chairman of the American Society in London, England, 1898.
Representative of U. S. Government on South African Deportation
Claims Commission, 1901. Agent of U. S. Government in Samoan
Arbitration Award, 1903. U. S. Government despatch agent, 1904.
Chairman, London Branch, U. S. Navy League, 1909. Bencher of the
Middle Temple, 1919. Appointed King's Counsel, the first American to
hold the appointment, 1921.

Married December 12, 1873, Mary Frances Allen, of St. Louis, Mo.
Children: Gerard Allen, b. June 14, 1875; Robert Eugene, b. January
8, 1879; Lucius Fairchild, b. November 13, 1880; Allene Roberta Lucia,
b. January 13, 1891, m. Gordon Wemyss Syme.

Address : 4 Temple Gardens, The Temple, London, England. Resi-
dence : Berkeley House, Hay Hill, London, England.

843. EDWARD CUNNINGHAM. B.A.; M.A., 1870. A. A. <.
Born August 13, 1840, Searsmont, Me.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New York East and India Conferences,
1867-1913. Retired, 1913. Presiding Elder of Oudh District, 1876-77;
Rohilkhand District, 1878-80. Delegate to General Conference, M. E.
Church, 1880.

Married June 21, 1871, Mary Eleanor Moody, of Searsmont, Me.,
who died December 8, 1919. Children: Melville Elliott, b. April 3, 1872;
Mabel Eleanor, b. April 3, 1872, d. July 19, 1872; Mary Edna, b. March
14, 1874, d. January 12, 1875; Joseph Atwood, b. September n, 1875;
Edward Warren Chandler, b. October 22, 1877.

Address : 640 E. 4th St., Brooklyn, N. Y.

844. "JOSEPH ALBERTSON DILKS. B.A. ; M.A., 1870. *. T.
Born February 3, 1839, Glassboro, N. J. Brother of No. 1172. Metho-
dist Episcopal minister. Died August 3, 1903, Philadelphia, Pa.

845. *JOHN RANDOLPH FARNUM. B.A. ; M.A., 1870. A. K. E.
Born August 26, 1839, Cheshire, Mass.

Principal of an academy, Franklin, N. H., 1867-68; High School,
Bristol, Conn., 1868-71. Practised law in Newtown, Conn.; acting prin-
cipal of Newtown Academy, 1872-73. Editor and publisher of The Litch-
field Sentinel, Conn., 1873-76. Assistant clerk, Connecticut House of
Representatives, 1875; clerk, 1876. Practised law in Danbury, Conn.,
1877-84; Washington, D. C, 1884-1911. Taught in the Berlitz School of
Languages, Washington, D. C., 1885. Special field agent, U. S. Census,
Fisheries Division, 1890. Died March 26, 1911, Langdon, D. C.

Married September 2, 1876, Augusta L. Smith, of Norfolk, Va.

846. *DAVID BENSON FURBER. B.A. *. T. 3>. B. K. Born
October 31, 1846, Marlow, N. H. Brother of No. 1007.

Entered Wesleyan University (with the class of 1865), 1861. Served
in U. S. Signal Corps, with the armies of the James and the Potomac,

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and promoted to sergeant, 1863-65. Reentered college, 1866. Taught in
Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, Mass., 1867-68; High School, Westfield,
Mass., 1868-76. Agent for Ginn Bros., Boston, Mass., 1877-78. Pay-
master in paper manufactory of Crane Bros., Westfield, Mass., 1879-
1913. Chairman of school committee of Westfield, 1883-84. Died
November 24, 1915, Westfield, Mass.

Married December 7, 1887, Florence Mallalieu Lawton, of Ware, Mass.
Children: Franklin Butler, b. October 3, 1890; Mary Beale, b. October
22, 1892; Rose Lawton, b. January i, 1895.

847. *FREDERIC TABER GLOVER. B.A. (salut.) ; M.A.,
1870. $. N. 0. $. B. K. Born September 10, 1843, Orient, N. Y.
Lawyer. Died December, 1899.

848. *EMORY JAMES HAYNES. B.A.; M.A., 1870; D.D.,
Colby College, 1889. *. T. $. B. K. Born February 6, 1847, Cabot, Vt

Methodist Episcopal minister, New England Southern and New York
Conferences, 1867-77. Withdrew from the conference, 1877. Pastor of
Washington Avenue Baptist Church, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1877-85 ; Tremont
Temple, Boston, Mass., 1885-90. Preached in Music Hall, Boston,
1890-91; People's Church (Methodist Episcopal), Boston, 1891-94.
Joined New York Conference, M. E. Church, 1894. Stationed at St.
James's Church, New York, N. Y., 1894-97; St. Andrew's Church, 1897-
1901. Supernumerary, 1901-08. Superannuated, 1908-15. Author: A



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