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Wedding in War Times; Dollars and Duty; The Fairest of Three, etc.
Died January i, 1915, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.

Married May 6, 1869, Jennie Crowell, of Norwich, Conn., who died
April 26, 1873. Married April 28, 1874, Grace Forby, of Poughkeepsie,
N. Y. Children: Blanche, b. January 27, 1875, m. J. W. Perkins;
Marion, b. September 5, 1877, d. October 16, 1886; Herbert, b. August
7, 1878, d. March 23, 1881 ; Alice, b. November 20, 1881 ; Mary, b.
August 27, 1883 ; Francis Seymour, b. July 20, 1886 (class of 1910) ;
Helen, b. September 14, 1888, m. D. R. Sedgwick; Harold Winfred, b.
December 26, 1890, d. May 31, 1891 ; William Forby, b. June 6, 1896.

849. EUGENE RUSSELL HENDRIX. B.A.; M.A., 1870; D.D.,
Emory College, 1878; LL.D., University of Missouri and University of
North Carolina, 1888, Washington and Lee University, 1892, and Wes-
leyan, 1917; D.D., Wesleyan, 1903. A. K. E. $. B. K. Born May 17,
1847, Fayette, Mo.

Studied in Union Theological Seminary, 1867-69. Methodist Episcopal
minister, Missouri Conference, South, 1869-78. Made a tour of the
world, with Bishop E. M. Marvin, in the interest of missions, 1876-77.
Associate editor of The St. Louis Christian Advocate, 1877-78. Presi-
dent of Central College, Fayette, Mo., 1878-86. Elected Bishop of the
Methodist Episcopal Church, South, 1886. Made a missionary tour in
Japan, Korea, and China, 1895; Brazil, 1899. Fraternal messenger to
British Wesleyan Conference, 1900. President of the Federal Council of
the Churches of Christ in America, 1908. Delegate to Methodist Ecu-
menical Conference, 1881, '91 ; General Conference, M. E. Church,
South, 1882, '86. Author: Skilled Labor for the Master; Personality
of the Holy Spirit; Christ's Table Talk; The Religion of the Incar-
nation, etc.

Married June 20, 1872, Ann Eliza Scarritt, of Kansas City, Mo.
Children: Evangeline Isabel, b. May 13, 1873, m. G. H. Waring; Mary
Matilda, b. August 15, 1875, m. Mastin Simpson; Nathan Scarritt, b.
August 23, 1878 ; Helen Chick, b. August 28, 1880, m. Paul Mohr.

Address : 3242 Norledge Place, Kansas City, Mo.

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850. *CHARLES EDWARD MANDEVILLE. B.A. ; M.A., 1870;
D.D., Rust University, 1881, and Mount Union College, 1895. ^. T.
Born August I, 1840, Red Hook, N. Y. Methodist Episcopal minister.
Died February 17, 1908, Mexico City, Mexico.



851. *CHARLES WESLEY MILLARD. B.A.; M.A., 1870;
Ph.D., New York University, 1891 ; D.D., Wesleyan, 1904. <. N. 9.
$>. B. K. Born March n, 1846, Hackensack, N. J. Methodist Episcopal
minister. Died May u, 1905, Brooklyn, N. Y.



852. nVILLIAM FORMAN MORRIS. B.A. ; B.D., Drew Theo-
logical Seminary, 1869. SK T. Born December 10, 1844, Vinton Falls,
N. 'J. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died June 23, 1870, Vinton
Falls, N. J.



853. WILLIAM AUGUSTINE MUNSON. B.A. ; M.A., 1870;
B.D., Yale College, 1882. Born November 14, 1838, Victory, N. Y.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New York East Conference, 1867-84.
Located, 1884. Studied in Yale Divinity School, 1879-82. Supplied Con-
gregational Church, Mound City, Kans., 1883-84; Blue Mound, 1885-87.
Taught school, 1887-88. Colporteur for American Bible Society in Linn
and Bourbon counties, Kans., 1889-90. Supplied in vicinity of Mound
City, Kans. r 1892; Walnut (South Kansas Conference), 1893. Worker
in local church, Mound City and vicinity, 1894

Married January I, 1868, Hannah Cunningham, of Middletown, Conn.,
who died September I, 1900. Married July 26, 1917, Mrs. Helen Marr
Rogers, of Mound City, Kans. Children : William Augustine, b. January
10, 1869 ; Franklin Myron, b. December 20, 1876.

Address: Mound City, Kans.



854. *CHARLES RANDOLPH NORTH. B.A. (valedic.} ; M.A.,
1870. $. N. 0. <l>. B. K. Born August 27, 1845, Columbus, Miss.
Brother of No. 984. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died April 20, 1889,
New York, N. Y.



855. *WILBUR FISK SANFORD. B.A.; B.D., Boston Univer-
sity, 1873; M.D., Boston University, 1878. A. A. i>. Born December 2,
1843, Gouverneur, N. Y. Son of No. 169.

Entered Wesleyan University (with the class of 1866), 1862. Served
in 29th Mass. Heavy Artillery, 1864-65. Reentered college, 1865.
Taught in Providence Conference Seminary (now East Greenwich Acad-
emy) , R. I., 1867-68. Studied medicine in Saratoga Springs, N. Y., 1868-
69. Principal of High School, Sandwich, Mass., 1869-70. Studied in
Boston Theological Seminary, 1870-73. Methodist Episcopal minister,
Troy Conference, 1873-77. Studied in School of Medicine, Boston Uni-
versity, 1877-78. Practised medicine in Taunton, Mass., 1878-79; Mans-
field, 1879-80; Webster, 1880-90; Athens-on-Hudson, N. Y., 1890-92;
Lebanon Springs, 1892-94; Warren, R. I., 1894-99. Engaged in farming,
1899-1905. In National Soldiers' Home, Tenn., 1905-17. Died March
30, 1917, Washington, D. C.

Married December 25, 1885, Lucy Atlanta Tayer, of Stephentown
Centre, N. Y. Children: Sidney Wilbur, b. December 6, 1886 (B.A.,
Middlebury, 1909) ; Ellen Lucy, b. August 9, 1888.

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856. HENRY BRADBURY TERRY. B.A. Born April 21, 1845,
Raynham, Mass.

Served in 9th R. I. Volunteers. Traveled in Europe, 1867-68, 1874.
Studied law in Boston, Mass., 1868-70. Practising law in Hyde Park,

Mass., 1871 . Trial justice for Norfolk County, 1870-97. Town

clerk of Hyde Park, Mass., 1870-1909. Master in chancery, 1897 .

Public administrator, 1898 .

Married September 19, 1872, Abbie A. Wetherell, of Newton, Mass.
Child: Sarah Miriam, b. June 23, 1873.

Address: Hyde Park, Mass.

857. *SAMUEL HOYT TROWBRIDGE. B.A.; M.A., 1870.
^. T. Born September 12, 1840, Bethel, Conn. Teacher. Died March
17, 1886, Glasgow, Mo.



CLASS OF J868*



858. *SAMUEL REED BAILEY. B.A.; M.A., 1871. Born
December 14, 1829, Eden, Me. Brother of J. S. Bailey (class of 1852).

Studied in Union Theological Seminary, 1868-69. Methodist Episcopal
minister, Maine and Troy Conferences, 1869-73. Ordained deacon in
the Protestant Episcopal Church, 1873, and later priest. Rector of a
Protestant Episcopal church in Boston, Mass., 1873-74; Rochdale, Mass.,
1875-79. Supplied M. E. churches at Livermore and East Livermore,
Me., 1880-82. Rector of St. Peter's (Protestant Episcopal) Church,
Oxford, Conn., and Christ Church, Quaker Farms, Conn., 1882-85;
St. Paul's Church, Huntington, Conn., 1886. Assistant at Emmanuel
Church, and later rector of the Church of the Prince of Peace, Balti-
more, Md., 1887-93. Rector of the Church of the Holy Comforter,
Brooklyn, N. Y., 1893-1900. Retired, 1900. Died September 30, 1914,
Middletown, Pa.

Married December 14, 1855, Lydia Ann Little, of Vienna, Me. Chil-
dren : Melville Knox, b. September 10, 1856 (B.A., Trinity, 1879);
Cora Gertrude, b. January 14, 1861, m. Rev. John H. McCrackan,
deceased; Frederick Augustine, b. October 27, 1865; Hubert Wallace,
b. March 20, 1874.



859. *CHARLES LEWIS BONNELL. B.A.; M.A., 1870; M.D.,
Hahnemann Medical College, Philadelphia, Pa., 1871. 3>. N. 6. $. B. K.
Born October 15, 1846, Brooklyn, N. Y. Physician. Died January 15,
1902, Brooklyn, N. Y.

860. EDMUND C*RIFFIN BUTLER. B.A.; M. A., 1871. *. T.
Born June n, 1845, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.

Sergeant of Pa. Volunteers, U. S. Army. Studied law in Wilkes-Barre,
Pa., 1868-69. Practising law in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., 1869 .

Married December 22, 1869, Clara Theresa Cox, of New York, N. Y.,
who died October 7, 1916. Children: Elsie Peironnet, b. November n,
1870, m. A. A. Beaumont; Abi Harriet, b. June 9, 1872, m. J. G.
Blake; Caroline Cox, b. November 10, 1875, m. J. S. Van Nest.

Address: Wilkes-Barre, Pa..

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861. "LESLIE BINGHAM COOKE. B.A. (salut.) ; M.A,
1871. ^f. T. <. B. K. Born May 5, 1846, Hermon, N. Y. Brother of
No. 1147. Engineer. Died March 9, 1907, Watertown, N. Y.

862. ROBERT McLEAN CUMNOCK. B.A.; M.A., 1871 ; L.H.D,
Dickinson College, 1903; Litt.D., Northwestern University, 1919. ^. T.
3>. B. K. Born May 31, 1840, Ayr, Scotland.

Teacher of Elocution, Northwestern University, 1868-73 ; Professor

of Rhetoric and Elocution, 1873-1918; Professor emeritus, 1918 .

Instructor in Elocution, Garrett Biblical Institute, Evanston, 111., 1880-81 ;

Professor of Elocution, 1881-1918; Professor emeritus, 1918 .

Author : Cumnock's Readings ; Cumnock's School Speaker.

Married November 25, 1868, Charlotte A. Nye (daughter of No. 24),
of Middletown, Conn., who died November 9, 1874. Married June 28,
1877, Annie C. Webster, of Evanston, 111. Children: Wallace Webster,
b. April 28, 1880 ; Claude Buchanan, b. July 30, 1884.

Address : 1804 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111.

863. *GEORGE BLAUVELT DUSINBERRE. B.A.; M.A., 1871.
A. A. 4>. Born December 26, 1837, Edenville, N. Y.

Preached in Unionville, Conn., 1868-69. Principal of High School,
Collinsville, Conn., 1869-70. Methodist Episcopal minister, New York
East Conference, 1871-1910. Superannuated, 1910. Died April 5, 1915,
Highwood, Conn.

Married May 2, 1869, Anna E. Atkins, of Provincetown, Mass.
Children: Charles Edgar, b. March 2, 1870, d. September 7, 1870;
Ralph Elliott, b. August 30, 1872 (Ph.B., Yale, 1894) ; Floyd Holly,
b. March 11, 1877; Emory Woolson, b. August 4, 1885.

864. *HENRY WARREN FLINT. B.A.; M.A., 1871. A. A. <S>.
Born February i, 1839, Braintree, Vt.

Served in i6th Vt. Volunteers. Taught in Minnesota and Kansas,
1869-70; in Hawleyville, Iowa, and in Missouri, 1871-72. Resided in
St. Paul, Minn., 1872-73. Engaged in farming in Bethel, Vt., 1873-79.
Preached in M. E. Church, West Hill, Chelsea, Vt, 1879-80; Topsham,
Vt, 1880-81; East Elmore, Vt, 1881. Died January 31, 1921, Orling,
Wash.

865. *FREEMAN BIRNEY HAMBLIN. B.A. $. N. 9. <i>. B. K.
Born August 13, 1841, Cayuga, N. Y. Theological student. Died May
8, 1869, Boston, Mass.

866. *ELMER NULL HANCOCK. B.A.; LL.B., University of
Albany, 1869. *. T. Born March 29, 1845, Salem, N. J.

Studied in Law School of University of Albany, N. Y., 1868-69. Prac-
tised law in Granby, Mo., 1870-75. Reporter on The New Orleans
Times, 1875-76; city editor, 1876-78; associate editor, 1878-81. Wash-
ington correspondent of The New Orleans Times-Democrat, 1881-83.
Editor of The Savannah Morning News, 1883-1915. Died September
10, 1915, Savannah, Ga.

867. THEODORE MYERS HOUSE. B.A. *. T. Born Febru-
ary 6, 1843, Cohoes, N. Y.

Enlisted as private in I77th N. Y. Volunteers; served as chaplain.
Preached in Norwich, Conn., 1868-69. Methodist Episcopal minister,

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New England Southern, East Ohio, Genesee, Central New York, North

Nebraska, Florida, and Pittsburgh Conferences, 1869 . Member of

Massachusetts Legislature, 1873-74.

Married July 22, 1868, Margaret Austin, of Sandy Hill, N. Y., who died
December 18, 1905. Married October 7, 1907, Vienna Marie Robertson,
of New Cumberland, W. Va. Child: Earl Reynolds, b. May 12, 1875.

Address : Waterf ord, N. Y.

868. MARTIN AUGUSTINE KNAPP. B.A. (valedic.) ; M.A.,
1871; M.A. (Hon.), Syracuse University, 1876; LL.D., Wesleyan, 1892,
and Syracuse University, 1911. <. N. 0. 3>. B. K. Born November 6,
1843, Spafford, N. Y.

Studied law in Homer, N. Y., 1868-69. Practised law in Syracuse,
N. Y., 1870-91. Member of Interstate Commerce Commission, 1891-
1910; chairman, 1898-1910. Presiding judge of the Commerce Court,
1910-13. Judge of the Circuit Court of Appeals, Fourth Judicial Dis-
trict, 1913 . Member of the Board of Education, Syracuse, N. Y.,

1876-79. City attorney of Syracuse, 1878-83. Lecturer on Forensic
Medicine, Syracuse University, 1884-91. Trustee of Wesleyan Univer-
sity, 1888 . Appointed by the President of the United States media-
tor under the Erdman Act; also member of the Board of Mediation and
Conciliation created by the Newlands Act of 1913.

Married December 29, 1869, Marian Hotchkiss, of Middletown, Conn.,
who died December 4, 1904. Married August 10, 1907, Mrs. Nellie
Maynard Gardner, of Syracuse, N. Y., who died April 28, 1914.

Address : Stoneleigh Court, Washington, D. C.

869. *ENSIGN McCHESNEY. B.A. ; M.A., 1871; Ph.D., Bos-
ton University, 1881 ; D.D., Wesleyan, 1889. *. T. 3>. B. K. Born
March 17, 1844, Graf ton, N. Y. Methodist Episcopal minister, later
college dean. Died November 30, 1905, Syracuse, N. Y.

870. ALBERT JULIUS NAST. B.A.; M.A., 1871; D.D., Ohio
University, 1892, and Wesleyan, 1906. ^. T. $. B. K. Born April 4,
1846, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Taught in German Wallace College, Ohio, 1868-69. Methodist Epis-
copal minister, Central German and Ohio Conferences, 1869-78. Pro-
fessor of Ancient Languages, Anglo-Saxon, and German, Cincinnati
Wesleyan College, 1878-80. Professor of Latin and German, Illinois
Wesleyan University, 1880-82. On the staff of Der Christliche Apolo-
gete, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1884-90; assistant editor, 1890-92; editor, 1892-
1918. Delegate to General Conference, M. E. Church, 1896, 1900, '04,
'08, '12, '16; Methodist Ecumenical Conference, 1901 (London), 1911
(Toronto). Fraternal delegate, M. E. Church, to General Conference
of the Evangelical Association, Milwaukee, Wis., 1907. President, Board
of Trustees, German Wallace College, 1903-13 ; Baldwin Wallace College,
1913-18; William Nast College, China, 1904 . Member of the Com-
mission of the M. E. Church on Unification with the M. E. Church,
South, and of the Commission on the work of the M. E. Church in
Europe, 1916 .

Married September 7, 1876, Sarah McDermott, of Berea, Ohio, who
died December 19, 1883. Married July 29, 1896, Alice G. Kendall, of
Cincinnati, Ohio. Children: William Gamble, b. November n, 1877
(class of 1900), d. March 5, 1900; Marie Eleanore, b. January 29, 1880,
m. Dr. W. B. Wherry.

Address : 816 Mann Place, Cincinnati, Ohio.

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871. *D[AVID] WARD NORTHRUP. B.A.; LL.B., University
of Albany, 1870; M.A., Wesleyan, 1871. *. T. $. B. K. Born Feb-
ruary 19, 1844, Sherman, Conn.

Taught in Fort Edward Institute, N. Y., 1868-69. Studied in Law
School of University of Albany, 1869-70. Practised law in Middletown,
Conn., 1871-1918. Member of Connecticut Legislature, 1871, 1881-82.
Judge of probate for the district of Middletown, 1873-80. Secretary,
Middletown Board of Education, 1878-80. Secretary of the State of
Connecticut, 1883-84. Mayor of Middletown, 1884-85. Postmaster of
Middletown, 1886-90. State auditor of Connecticut, 1891-92, 1897-98.
Member of Constitutional Convention of Connecticut, 1902. President,
Middletown Electric Light Company, 1885-1913. Trustee of Wesleyan
University, 1880-1911. Died December 15, 1918, Middletown, Conn.

Married September 14, 1870, Mary Almira Stewart, of Manchester, Vt,
who died June 27, 1914. Children : Clara Louise, b. August 20, 1872, m.
C. S. Ingham; Mary (No. 2055), b. January n, 1875, m. A. H. Burdick
(No. 2072); William Ward, b. June 4, 1876, d. September 9, 1877;
Harold Stewart, b. April 24, 1878, d. September 5, 1913 ; Richard David,
b. August 30, 1886 (class of 1909).

872. *CHARLES MELVILLE PARKER. B.A.; M.A., 1871.
< N. 0. 4>. B. K. Born November 17, 1843, Jay, Me. Brother of
No. 1095.

Taught in Maine Wesleyan Seminary, Kents Hill, Me., 1868-69 ; Wes-
leyan College, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1869-70; Wesleyan Academy, Wilbra-
ham, Mass., 1870-85. Employed in ranching and settling estates, Pasa-
dena, Cal., 1885-1916. Trustee, University of Southern California, 1898-
1907. President, Lake Vineyard Land and Water Company, 1892-1912.
Died December 4, 1916, Pasadena, Cal.

Married August 17, 1871, Mary E. Hatch, of Sanford, Me. Children :
Emma Estella, b. June 10, 1874 (B.A., Pomona, 1899) ; Mary Moulton,
b. April 9, 1877 (B.A., Pomona, 1899), m. Rev. W. E. Eckles, d. February
28, 1908; Edith Barrett, b. August 26, 1880 (B.A., Pomona, 1903), m.
G. S. Hinckley; Carl Horace, b. April 9, 1883 (B.S., Pomona, 1905).

873. *MICHAEL HAYS PERRY. B.A.; M.A., 1871. Born Sep-
tember 25, 1846, Red Bank, N. J. Brother of No. 1226. Government
official. Died July 3, 1910, Washington, D. C.

874. *EVERETT IRVING RACKETT. B.A.; LL.B., University
of Albany, 1870. ^. T. Born September 27, 1844, Orient, N. Y.

Studied law in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., 1868-69 ; Law School of University
of Albany, N. Y., 1869-70. Practised law in Greenport, N. Y., 1871-73.
Second officer on a coasting vessel, 1873-75. First mate of schooner
T. W. Haven, 1875-77. Master of schooner H. Craskey, 1877-78. Ship-
wrecked, 1878. Farmed and practised law in Orient, N. Y., 1879-82.
Associate editor of The Industrial World, Chicago, 111., 1882-84.
Engaged in farming and tutoring, Orient, N. Y., 1885-94. Ordained Con-
gregational minister, 1894. Pastor of Congregational church, Orleans,
Mass., 1894-1905; North Pownal, Vt, 1905-08; Bloomington, Cal., 1908-
15. Died June 30, 1915, Bloomington, Cal.

Married January 9, 1877, Clara Louisa Anderson, of Amsterdam, N. Y
Children: John Everett, b. May 31, 1878, d. 1879; Kate Esther, b.
March 28, 1880.

875. *FRANK REYNOLDS. B.A. ; M.A., 1871. $. N. 6. $. B. K
Born June 30, 1848, Milton, N. Y. Son of No. 166. Lawyer. Died
October 22, 1905, Brooklyn, N. Y.

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876. REUBEN LITCH ROBERTS. B.A. *. T. Born February
16, 1847, Boston, Mass. Brother of Nos. 635 and 703.

Studied law in Boston, Mass., 1868-71. Practising law (chiefly

patent), in Boston, Mass., 1871 .

Address : 209 Washington St., Boston, Mass.

877. *JOSEPH EMERSON ROBINS. B.A.; M.A., 1871; D.D.,
Norwich University. A. A. <. Born December 9, 1843, Littleton, N. H.

Taught in New Hampshire Conference Seminary, Tilton, N. H.,
1868-69; Drew Ladies' Seminary, Carmel, N. Y., 1869-72. Methodist
Episcopal minister, New Hampshire Conference, 1868-1912. Presiding
Elder, Claremont District, 1885-90; Dover District, 1897-1903. Twice
chaplain of N. H. Legislature. Died October 15, 1912, Wolfeboro, N. H.

Married March 5, 1873, Margaret H. Bailey, of Rocky Hill, N. J.
Children: Joseph Winthrop, b. December 2, 1874; George Douglass (No.
2038), b. July 24, 1876; Margaret Anna, b. June 24, 1880.

878. CHRISTOPHER SMITH SARGENT. B.A.; M.A., 1871.
<. N. 0. Born May 2, 1847, Cincinnati, Ohio.

In a private banking house, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1868. Engaged in manu-
facturing in Cincinnati, Ohio, 1872-76. Resided in Cincinnati, Ohio,
1877-85. Ordained deacon in the Protestant Episcopal Church, 1885.
Missionary in charge of St. Stephen's Church, Winton Place, Ohio, 1885-
88. Ordained priest, 1887. Rector of St. James's Church, Vincennes,
Ind., 1889-91. Priest in charge of Grace Pro-Cathedral, Indianapolis,
Ind., 1891-95. Dean of All Saints' Cathedral, Milwaukee, Wis., 1896-98.
Rector of St. David's Church, Indianapolis, Ind., 1898-1914. Retired,
1914.

Married June 15, 1870, Jane Findlay Torrence, of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Children : James Findlay Torrence, b. March 17, 1871 ; Edward, b. July
18, 1873; Christopher, b. February 24, 1876, d. November 14, 1880;
Rebekah Torrence, b. May 6, 1878, d. September 17, 1881 ; George Paull
Torrence, b. March 12, 1881 (B.A., Yale, 1905) ; Mary, b. January 22,
1884, d. July 3, 1884; Thomas Frazer, b. November 22, 1886, d. Septem-
ber 26, 1891.

Address : 3213 Hueco St., El Paso, Tex.

879. ALMONA BENJAMIN SMART. B.A. ; B.D., Boston Theo-
logical Seminary, 1870; M.A., Wesleyan, 1871. Born December 27, 1838,
Prospect, Me.

Enlisted for three years, but soon discharged on account of sickness,
1861. Studied in Boston Theological Seminary, 1868-70. Methodist
Episcopal minister, New York East, Maine, and Rock River Confer-
ences, 1870-1902. Withdrew from the conference, 1902.

Married August 30, 1869, Rubie J. Jordan, of Garden Prairie, 111.
Children: Kara Grace, b. July 21, 1870; Abbie Lula, b. September 9,
1872; Allie B., b. January 16, 1874 (deceased) ; Rubie E., b. April 27,
1875 : Bertha Alma, b. December 4, 1876.

Address : 33 Olive St., Glendale, Cal.

880. *GEORGE HAPGOOD STONE. B.A. ; M.A., 1871. A. K. E.
<i>. B. K. Born November 22, 1841, Collamer, N. Y.

Entered Wesleyan University (with the class of 1865), 1861. Enlisted
in 2d Pa. Artillery; transferred to U. S. Signal Corps, 1862. Detailed
to assist in reading Confederate signals from Fort Wagner; discovered
the Confederate series cipher and "disc"; discharged July n, 1865.
Resided in Binghamton, N. Y., 1868-69. In a chemistry laboratory, Chi-

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cago, 111., 1869. Taught in Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, Lima, N. Y.,
1869-72. Civil engineer in Chicago, 111., 1873-74. Taught in Maine Wes-
leyan Seminary, Kents Hills, Me., 1874-81. Professor of Geology,
Colorado College, 1881-88. Appointed assistant geologist, U. S. Geo-
logical Survey, 1884. Mining geologist and civil engineer, Colorado
Springs, Col., 1888-1917. Inventor of a universal surveying instrument.
Author: Where Gilia Blows Her Horn (poem) ; World Money. Died
February 20, 1917, Colorado Springs, Col.

Married July 13, 1871, Mary Emma Clarke, who died August n, 1873.
Married November 20, 1876, Mary H. Hill, of Bowdoinham, Me. Chil-
dren: Willie Green, b. June 7, 1872; Emma Ingalls, b. June 19, 1878;
Alice Isabel, b. November 16, 1879; Beulah May, b. December 10, 1880;
Frederic Clements, b. August 18, 1884, d. April, 1898; William Hill, b.
May 1 8, 1887.



CLASS OF \&69.



881. *JOHN EDWARD ABBOTT. B.A. (salut.) ; M.A., 1872.
. N. 6. *. B. K. Born November 30, 1845, Norridgewock, Me.

Taught in Noble's Classical School, Boston, Mass.; studied law,
1869-71. Practised law in Boston, Mass., 1872-77; New York, N. Y.,
1877-79; Boston, Mass., 1879-1915. Member of Massachusetts House of
Representatives, 1893-94. Clerk of Senate committee on rules, 1896-1915.
Town solicitor, Watertown, Mass., 1896-1915. Died December 2, 1915,
Watertown, Mass.

Married June 12, 1878, Alice Greely Cockrane, of Compton, Que.,
Canada. Children : Charles Matthew, b. April 4, 1879 ; Mabel Louise, b.
August 15, 1880; Harriette Frances, b. September 8, 1885; Eleanor
Alice, b. July 29, 1891.

882. *HENRY SMITH CARHART. B.A. (valedic.} ; M.A.,
1872; LL.D., 1893. ^. T. $. B. K. Born March 27, 1844, Coeymans,
N. Y.

Taught in Claverack College and Hudson River Institute, N. Y.,
1869-71. Studied in Yale Divinity School, 1871-72. Instructor in Civil
Engineering and Physics, Northwestern University, 1872-73 ; Professor
of Physics, 1873-76 ; Professor of Physics and Chemistry, 1876-84 ;
Professor of Physics, 1884-86. Professor of Physics, University of
Michigan, 1886-1909; Professor Emeritus, 1909-20. Research Associate
in Physics, California Institute of Technology (formerly Throop Insti-
tute), 1910-20. Member International Jury of Award, Electrical Ex-
hibition, Paris, 1881. President, Board of Judges, Department of
Electricity, Columbian Exhibition, 1893. Vice-president, St. Louis Inter-
national Electrical Congress, 1904. U. S. delegate to International
Conference on Electrical Units and Standards, London, 1908. Author:
Primary Batteries; University Physics; Electrical Measurements (with
G. W/Patterson) ; High School Physics (with H. N. Chute). Died
February 13, 1920, Pasadena, Cal.

Married August 30, 1876, Ellen M. Soule, of Ossining, N. Y.
Children: Margaret Sprague, b. June 28, 1877 (Ph.B., Univ. of Michigan,
1899) ; Emory Richard, b. June 17, 1884; Rose, b. October 26, 1886, m.
Lieut. Evans R. Cheeseman.

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GRADUATES. [1869

883. DAVID CASLER. B.A. ; M.A., 1872. *. T. Born February
13, 1840, Minden, N. Y.

Methodist Episcopal minister, Detroit Conference, 1869-1906. Presid-
ing Elder, Lake Superior District, 1883-87. Superannuated, 1906.

Married August 10, 1869, Caroline Maria Lincoln, of Windsor, Conn.,
who died February 7, 1908. Children : Emory Lincoln, b. June 23, 1870,
d. August 25, 1873; Howard Irving, b. April n, 1872; Mary Theresa,
b. August 23, 1874; Lizzie Frances, b. December 14, 1876, d. December

13, 1916; Wilbur Lincoln, b. April 6, 1887 (B.M.E., Univ. of Michigan,
1912) ; Walter Benton, b. January 5, 1889 (B.E.E., Univ. of Michigan,
1914).

Address : 408 Easterday Ave., Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.

884. *WALTER AUGUSTUS CHADWICK. B.A.; M.A., 1872;
B.D., Drew Theological Seminary, 1872. $. N. 0. Born December 15,
1847, Brooklyn, N. Y. Brother of No. 1350.

Studied in Drew Theological Seminary, 1869-72. Methodist Episcopal
minister, New York and Newark Conferences, 1872-1910. Super-
numerary, 1910. .Died December 16, 1911, Ocean Grove, N. J.

Married December 25, 1879, Emily F. Ludington, of Carmel, N. Y.
Children: Elsie Miriam, b. October 3, 1880; George Irvin, b. September

14, 1881 (B.A., Yale, 1904) ; Albert Angell, b. December 10, 1882 (B.A.,
Cornell Univ., 1906) ; Edward Ludington, b. March 29, 1887, d. Decem-
ber 31, 1889; Harold King, b. July 28, 1890 (class of 1913).

885. *ALDEN FITZROY CHASE. B.A.; M.A., 1872; Ph.D.,



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