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Colby College, 1886. $. N. 6. <i>. B. K. Born October 26, 1842, Wood-
stock, Me. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died October 21, 1898, Kents
Hill, Me.

886. *NATHAN GILBERT CHENEY. B.A. ; M.A., 1872; B.D.,
Methodist General Biblical Institute, 1866. ^f. T. Born September 29,
1840, Weston, Mass. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died September
23, 1904, Brooklyn, N. Y.

887. WILBUR FISK CRAFTS. B.A.; M.A., 1872; B.D., Boston
University, 1872 ; Ph.D., Marietta College, 1896. A. A. 3>. Born January
12, 1850, Fryeburg, Me. Brother of Nos. 950 and 1346, and of F. H.
Crafts (class of 1871).

Studied in School of Theology, Boston University, 1869-72. Methodist
Episcopal minister, New England, New Hampshire, New England
Southern, and Rock River Conferences, 1870-80. Pastor of Congrega-
tional Church of Christian Endeavor, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1880-83; First
Union Presbyterian Church, New York, 1883-88. Founder and field
secretary of the American Sabbath Union, 1888-91. Chairman, World's
Fair Sabbath Closing Committee, 1893. Secretary of various reform
societies, 1889 . Founded International Reform Bureau, 1895 ; super-
intendent of the same, 1895 Chairman of delegates of U. S.

Government to I2th International Congress on Alcoholism, 1911.
Author : The Sabbath for Man; Successful Men of To-day; Princeton
Lectures on Practical Christian Sociology ; forty other books on religious
and reform topics. Editor: The Christian Statesman, 1901-03; Twen-
tieth Century Quarterly, 1905 . Wrote Sunday-School lessons for

fourteen and a half years for The Christian Herald.

Married May i, 1874, Sara J. Timanus, of New York, N. Y.

Address: 206 Pennsylvania Ave., S.E., Washington, D. C.

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1869] GRADUATES.

888. CHARLES PITMAN CROFT. B.A. ; M.A., 1872. i>. N. 9.
Born September 29, 1844, Putnam Valley, N. Y.

Preached in M. E. Church, Simsbury, Conn., 1869-71. Acting pastor
of Congregational Church, Avon, Conn., 1872-74. Pastor of Congrega-
tional Church, Hartford, Conn., 1874-76 ; Torrington, 1876-80 ; Water-
town, 1880-82; Terre Haute, Ind., 1882-85. Residing in Simsbury, Conn.,
preaching most of the time, 1885 .

Married April 19, 1871, Julia Mather, of Simsbury, Conn.

Address : Weatogue, Conn.

889. *JOHN RUSSELL GUSHING. B.A. ; M.A., 1872. A. K. E.
Born January 4, 1838, Epping, N. H. Brother of No. 976. Methodist
Episcopal minister. Died February 7, 1906, Newton Lower Falls, Mass.

890. *EDSON WARBURTON DAVIS. B.A.; M.A, 1872.
A. A. <f>. Born March i, 1842, Albany, Vt. Lawyer. Died December
12, 1903, Torrington, Conn.

891. *JOHN SAMUEL GREENFIELD. B.A. *. T. Born August
15, 1846, Cincinnati, Ohio. Druggist. Died September 5, 1870, Meriden,
Conn.

892. HORATIO NELSON HALL. B.A.; M.A., 1872. Born
September 29, 1839, North Groton, N. H.

Served in isth N. H. Volunteers, 1862-63. Traveled and preached in
Michigan, 1869-70. Methodist Episcopal minister, Michigan Conference,
1870-78. Located; preached at Tilsonburg, Ont, Canada, 1878-79.
Engaged in teaching and farming, occasionally preaching, in Hersey,
Mich., 1879 .

Married August 29, 1871, Nancy Turner, of Ingersoll, Ont, Canada.
Children: Hale Pliny, b. May 3, 1875; Floyd Alexander, b. May 6,
1877; Truman Roy, b. March 24, 1883; Blanche Irene, b. August 6, 1888.

Address: F. R. D. i, Hersey, Mich.

893. *SAMUEL EMERY HOLDEN. B.A. ; M.A., 1872. A. A. 3>.
Born February 3, 1845, West Concord, N. H. Brother of B. F. Holden
(class of 1865). Manufacturer. Died December 31, 1900, Altruria, Cal.

894. *ALBERT GILLETT JEPSON. B.A.; M.A., 1872; Ph.D.,
Little Rock University, 1888. A. A. <. Born June 21, 1842, Hammond,
N. Y. College professor. Died February 23, 1900, East St. Louis, 111.

895. *SAMUEL ROBINSON KELLEY. B.A.; M.A., 1879.
<fr. T. Born February 7, 1848, Dover, N. H. Teacher of elocution.
Died February 3, 1905, Boston, Mass.

89G. "TAMERLANE PLINY MARSH. B.A. ; M.A., 1872; D.D.,
Mount Union College, 1888; LL.D., Allegheny College, 1893. ^. T.
3>. B. K. Born July 30, 1845, Orland, Ind. College president. Died
July 22, 1903, Flushing, Ohio.

897. *DAVID EUGENE MILLER. B.A.; M.A., 1872. A. A. 3>.
Born April 5, 1842, Webster, Mass.

Methodist Episcopal minister, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine
Conferences, 1869-1913. Superintendent of schools, St. Johnsbury, Vt.,
1875-77; Brattleboro, 1880; Waterbury, 1884. Died A'ugust 13, 1913,
Concord, N. H.

Married June 8, 1871, Adelaide L. Gleason, of Thetford, Vt, who died
May 4, 1906.

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898. ALFRED NOON. B.A.; M.A., 1872; Ph.D., McKendree
College, 1890. A. A. 4>. Born December 8, 1845, Elstead, Surrey,
England.

Served in 426. Mass. Volunteers, 1864. Methodist Episcopal minister,
New England, Arkansas, and Des Moines Conferences, 1869-90.
President of Little Rock University, Ark., 1886-88. Assistant secretary,
Massachusetts Total Abstinence Society, 1890-91 ; secretary, 1891-1913.
Stationed at Lunenburg, Mass., 1913-17. Retired, 1917. Recording
secretary and assistant librarian, N. E. Methodist Historical Society,

1919 . Author : History of Ludloiv, Mass., 1874. Editor : The

Temperance Cause, 1890-1913. Compiler: Card Catalogue of ministers
of M. E. Church, 1773-1857.

Married June 29, 1869, Maria Amelia Cook, of Niantic, Conn., who
died May 25, 1879. Married May 17, 1880, Jane Louise Taylor, of
Dunstable, Mass. Children : Mabel Elsie, b. April 16, 1870, d. December
7, 1878; Edith Ruby, b. November 29, 1871 (B.A., Boston Univ., 1894) ;
Philo Gates, b. October 5, 1873 (B.A., Harvard, 1895) ; George Alfred,
b. June 15, 1876, d. November 26, 1878; Oliver Taylor (No. 2555), b.
May 27, 1881, d. May 28, 1917; Helen Fay, b. March 22, 1886 (B.S.,
Simmons College, 1907), m. Rev. E. A. Leslie; Raymond Wesley, b.
November 22, 1888; John Eliot, b. January 27, 1891 (B.S., University of
Illinois, 1914) ; James Arthur, b. January 27, 1891 (B.A., University of
Illinois, 1913).

Address : 24 Henry St., Everett, Mass.

899. FRANK EDWARD PORTER. B.A.; M.A., 1872; M.D.,
Harvard University, 1873. ^. T. Born August 28, 1844, Scituate, Mass.
Brother of No. 987.

Studied in Harvard Medical School, 1869-72. Interne in Massachusetts
General Hospital, Boston, 1872-73. Studied medicine and traveled in

Europe, 1873-75. Practising medicine in Auburndale, Mass., 1875

Visiting physician, Newton Hospital, 1886-1906; senior visiting surgeon.
1906-10; consulting surgeon, 1910-20. Trustee of Newton Hospital,
1901-20. Author: Influenza (Harvard Medical Library).

Married October 14, 1875, Christine Washburn Taylor, of East Boston,
Mass.

Address : Auburndale, Mass.

900. *J[OHN] HALE POWERS. B.A.; M.A., 1872. *. T.
$. B. K. Born November i 1840, West Newbury, Vt Publisher.
Died September 26, 1877, Cincinnati, Ohio.

901. GEORGE EDWARD REED. B.A.; M.A., 1872; D.D., 1885;
LL.D., Lafayette College, 1889. ^. T. Born March 28, 1846, Brown-
ville, Me.

Studied in Boston Theological Seminary, 1869-70. Methodist Epis-
copal minister. New England Southern and New York East Conferences,
1870-89. President of Dickinson College, 1889-1911. Stationed at
Grace Church, Wilmington, Del., 1911-15. State Librarian of Pennsyl-
vania, 1898-1902. Delegate to General Conference, M. E. Church, 1896.

Married June 20, 1870, Ella Frances Leffingwell, of Norwich, Conn.
Child: George Leffingwell, b. February 4, 1885 (B.A., Dickinson, 1904).

Address : 2139 N. Second St., Harrisburg, Pa.

902. JONATHAN EDWARDS RICHARDS. B.A. ; M.A., 1872.
A. A. $. Born November 14, 1845, Steuben, N. Y. Presbyterian
minister. Died October i, 1893, Mount Clemens, Mich.

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1869-70] GRADUATES.

903. *HENRY ALANSON STARKS. B.A.; M.A., 1872; D.D.,
1890. *-. T. 4>. B. K. Born August 6, 1846, Troy, N. Y.

Studied in Union Theological Seminary, 1869-71 ; School of Theology,
Boston University, 1871-72. Methodist Episcopal minister, Troy and
New York East Conferences, 1872-95. Supernumerary; traveled in
Europe, 1895-96. Lecturer on Ethics and Evidences of Christianity,
Wesleyan University, 1896-98 ; on the Bible and Evidences of Chris-
tianity, 1898-99. Financial secretary of Wesleyan University, 1900-01.
Superannuated, 1907-17. Trustee of Wesleyan University, 1886-92.
Died August 22, 1917, New York, N. Y.

Married June I, 1875, Harriet Ellena Akin, of Troy, N. Y. Children :
Edson Akin, b. June 25, 1876; Elizabeth, b. March 31, 1880.

904. * ALBERT AURELIUS TYLFR. B.A. ; M.A., 1872. A. A. 4>.
Born July 5, 1832, Haddam, Conn. Lawyer. Died August 23, 1908,
Holyoke, Mass.

905. *JOSEPH DAME WEEKS. B.A.; M.A., 1872; LL.D.,
Allegheny College, 1888. *. T. 3>. B. K. Born December 3, 1840,
Lowell, Mass. Journalist. Died December 26, 1896, Pittsburgh, Pa.

906. *CALEB THOMAS WINCHESTER. B.A.; M.A., 1872;
L.H.D., Dickinson College, 1892; LL.D., Wesleyan, 1919. *. T. <J>. B. K.
Born January 18, 1847, Uncasville, Conn.

Librarian of Wesleyan University, 1869-85; Professor of Rhetoric
and English Literature, 1873-90; of English Literature, 1890-1920.
Traveled and studied in Europe, 1880-81. Member, Committee of Revi-
sion, Methodist Hymnal, 1904. Author: Five Short Courses of Reading,
1892, 1900; Some Principles of Literary Criticism, 1899; The Life of
John Wesley, 1905; A Group of English Essayists, 1910. Editor:
Wesleyan University Alumni Record, 1873; Addison's Roger de Coverley
Papers, 1904; The Athenccum Press Series (with Professor G. L. Kit-
tredge). Died March 24, 1920, Middletown, Conn.

Married December 25, 1872, Julia Stackpole Smith, of Middletown,
Conn., who died June 25, 1877. Married April 2, 1880, Alice Goodwin
Smith, of Middletown, Conn. Child: Julian Caleb, b. June 23, 1877.

907. *HARVEY WOODWARD. B.A.; M.A., 1872. A. A. $.
$. B. K. Born July 18, 1841, Gilsum, N. H. Methodist Episcopal, later
Congregational, minister. Died April 10, 1902, Natick, Mass.



CLASS OF J870.

908. DARIUS BAKER. B.A. (salut.) ; M.A., 1873; LL.D., 1906.
SK T. <J>. B. K. Born January 18, 1845, South Yarmouth, Mass.

Served in 5th Mass. Volunteers, 1862-63. Taught in Chamberlain
Institute, Randolph, N. Y., 1870-72. Tutor in Latin in Wesleyan Uni-
versity, 1872-74. Practised law in Newport, R. I., 1875-1905. Judge of
probate, city of Newport, R. I., 1877-98. Trial justice of the Justice
Court of Newport, R. I., 1879-86. Justice of the District Court of the
First Judicial District of Rhode Island, 1886-1905. Associate justice
of the Superior Court of the State of Rhode Island, 1905-12; of the

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Supreme Court of the State of Rhode Island, 1913-19. Resigned,
1919. Chairman, Rhode Island Commission, appointed to act with Massa-
chusetts Survey Commission to determine the boundaries of the two
states, 1879-99. Member, school committee of Newport, 1877-83;
chairman, 1879-83. Trustee of Wesleyan University, 1887-1912.

Married October 30, 1878, Annie Barker, of Providence, R. L, who died
October 7, 1886. Married October 8, 1891, Bertha Alicia Neales, of
Woodstock, N. B., Canada. Children: Hugh Barkly, b. June 17, 1882
(B.A., Harvard, 1903) ; George Yelverton, b. September 26, 1886 (B.S.,
Harvard, 1910), d. April 15, 1915; Dorothy Neales, b. April 19, 1893
(B.S., Simmons, 1915), m. Guy R. Jacobs; Alfred Colebrook, b.
August 30, 1894; Margaret Medley, b. July 31, 1901.

Address : 40 Cranston Ave., Newport, R. I.

909. 'FREDERIC WILCOX CLARKE. B.S. Born May 6, 1851,
Chicago, 111.

City surveyor, Middletown, Conn., 1870-72. Civil engineer, Chicago,
111.; chief engineer, Chicago Transfer Railway Company, 1872-74.
Engineer-in-chief of Calumet Drainage Works, 1874-77. Engaged in
the manufacture and sale of leather in Chicago, 111., and Boston, Mass.,
1879-1918. Trustee of Wesleyan University, 1904-18. Died June 4,
1918, Brookline, Mass.

Married June, 1877, Charlotte Sharp, of Chicago, 111. Children:
Edythe, b. 1880 (B.A., Bryn Mawr, 1903), m. Dr. A. W. Fairbanks;
Charlotte, b. 1882, m. C. O. Zerrahn; Stanley, b. 1884 (B.A., Harvard,
1907) ; Elysabeth, b. 1894.

910. *ISAAC NEWTON CLEMENTS. B.A.; M.A., 1873; MA.
(ad eundem), Syracuse University, 1887. A. K. E. 4>. B. K. Born
January 2, 1841, Draycutt, near Wells, Somersetshire, England.

Served in I22d N. Y. Volunteers, 1862-64. Taught in Chamberlain
Institute, Randolph, N. Y., 1870-73 ; Central New York (now Cazenovia)
Seminary, N. Y., 1873-82. Joined Central New York Conference, M. E.
Church, 1878. Vice-president, Cazenovia Seminary, N. Y., 1882-84;
president, 1884-96; president emeritus, 1896-1917. In the insurance busi-
ness, 1901-17. School commissioner, Second District, Madison County,
N. Y., 1902-08. Trustee of Cazenovia Seminary. Died July 30, 1917,
Cazenovia, N. Y.

Married July io, 1872, Abbie Smith (sister of No. 939), of East
Bridgewater, Mass., who died July 9, 1876. Married March 8, 1881,
Harriet Cordelia Alvord, of Cazenovia, N. Y. Child: Theron Alvord
(No. 2532), b. August 29, 1883.

911. *WILLIAM EASTMAN DWIGHT. B.A.; M.A., 1873;
D.D., Boston University, 1873. 4>. N. 9. Born June io, 1847, Chelsea,
Mass. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died March i, 1905, Boston,
Mass.

912. *CHARLES SHERMAN EDGERTON. B.A.; M.A., 1873.
A. A. <. Born October 5, 1847, West Troy (now Watervliet), N. Y.

In an architect's office, Albany, N. Y., 1870-77. Architect in Rutland,
Vt.^ 1877-80; Albany, N. Y., 1880-90. In the general manager's office,
National Express Company, Albany, N. Y., 1890-1903. In the state
architect's office, Albany, 1903-14. Died August 9, 1914, Albany, N. Y.

Married June 5, 1877, Anna Louise Jenkins, of Albany, N. Y.



1870] GRADUATES.

913. JOHN HESSIE EMERSON. B.A.; M.A., 1873. A. A. 3>.
Born March 19, 1845, Westboro, Mass. Brother of No. 1042.

Vice-principal of High School, Middletown, Conn., 1870-71. Studied
in School of Theology, Boston University, 1871-74. Methodist Episcopal
minister, New England and New Hampshire Conferences, 1874-1902.
Retired, 1902.

Married November 6, 1879, Adelaide Maria Collyer, of Lowell, Mass.,
who died July, 1918. Children: Grace Collyer, b. November 6, 1881 ;
Bertha Metcalf, b. June 26, 1887.

Address : 14 Park Drive, Brookline, Mass.

914. *LEON CHESTER FIELD. B.A. (valedic.) ; M.A., 1873.
ty. T. <. B. K. Born February 7, 1847, Southbridge, Mass. Methodist
Episcopal minister. Died April 17, 1885, Marlow, N. H.

915. *CHARLES WESLEY GALLAGHER. B.A.; M.A., 1873;
D.D., Little Rock University, 1887. A. A. $. 3>. B. K. Born February
3, 1846, Boston, Mass.

Served in 4th Unattached Co., Mass. Volunteers, 1864. Methodist
Episcopal minister, New York East and New England Southern Confer-
ences, 1870-89. Presiding Elder of New Bedford District, 1887-89.
President of Lawrence University, 1889-93. Principal of Maine Wes-
leyan Seminary, Kents Hill, Me., 1893-97. Associate principal of Lasell
Seminary, Auburndale, Mass., 1897-1901. President, National Training
School for Missionaries and Deaconesses, Washington, D. C, 1901-08;
Maryland College for Women, Lutherville, Md., 1908-16. Chaplain,
Department of the Potomac, G. A. R., 1905-08. Delegate to General
Conference, M. E. Church, 1888, '92. Trustee of Wesleyan University,
1896-99. Died December 13, 1916, Lutherville, Md.

Married September 13, 1876, Emily Eliza Hubbard, of Brooklyn, N. Y.,
who died May 13, 1890. Married August 21, 1893, Evangeline Corscaden,
of Providence, R. I. Child: Ethel Louise, b. November 13, 1882.

916. 'BENJAMIN GILL. B.A.; M.A, 1873; D.D., 1904. *. T.
$. B. K. Born July n, 1843, Holmfirth, Yorkshire, England.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New England Conference, 1870-71.
Taught in Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, Mass., 1872-92. Professor
of Latin, Pennsylvania State College, 1892-95; of Latin and Greek,
1895-1912; Dean of the School of Language and Literature, 1895-1908;
Preacher, 1899-1906; Chaplain, 1906-12. Died February u, 1912, Balti-
more, Md.

Married April 26, 1870, Lucy Eleanor Whitman, of Newton, Mass.,
who died September 30, 1897. Married June 19, 1907, Ellen Urania
Clark (daughter of No. 433). Children: Kitty Eleanor, b. November
23, 1871, m. B. S. Annis ; Josephine Amelia, b. November 19, 1873, m.
E. W. Oliver; Arthur Benjamin, b. December 16, 1878; Helen Louise,
b. June 10, 1881, m. Edward Hanscom.

917. *G[EORGE] BROWN GOODE. B.A.; M.A., 1873; LL.D.,
1888. $. N. 9. $. B. K. Born February 13, 1851, New Albany, Ind.
Scientist. Died September 6, 1896, Washington, D. C.

918. CHARLES LACEY HAMILTON. B.A.; M.A., 1873.
A. K. E. Born December 16, 1847, Philadelphia, Pa. Brother of No.
1215, and of E. E. Hamilton (class of 1879).

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Engaged in the manufacture of paper, Philadelphia, Pa., 1870 .

Trustee of Wesleyan University, 1880-87.

Married November 13, 1873, Olivia Garret Phillips, of Philadelphia, Pa.
Children: Agnes Irvie, b. July 10, 1874; Rebecca Elizabeth, b. July 4,
1875; Charles Lacey, b. October 13, 1876; Lillian Olivia, b. August 4,
1880; Phillips Kay, b. June 10, 1882.

Address: William Penn P. O., Montgomery Co., Pa.

919. *SAMUEL PARKER HAMMOND. B.A.; M.A., 1873;
D.D., Taylor University, 1891. <k. T. Born March 4, 1846, Brooklyn,
N. Y.

Taught in Passaic Institute, N. J., 1870-73. Methodist Episcopal
minister, Newark Conference, 1871-1905. Presiding Elder of Paterson
District, 1888-94; Newark District, 1894-1900. President and agent of
Board of Home Missions and Church Extension, 1905-08. Supernum-
erary, 1909-17. Delegate to General Conference, M. E. Church, 1892.
Died January 22, 1917, Atlantic Highlands, N. J.

Married January 8, 1874, Emma Louise Crasto, of New York, N. Y.,
who died August 16, 1881. Married October 10, 1883, Charlotte Irene
Green, of Nyack, N. Y. Children: Caroline Augusta, b. June 13, 1876;
Franklin Parker, b. June 16, 1878.

920. *DAVID HENRY HANABURGH. B.A.; M.A., 1873;
S.T.D., Syracuse University, 1902. f. N. 0. $>. B. K. Born November
10, 1839, Rhinebeck, N. Y. Methodist Episcopal minister; president of
Drew Ladies' Seminary. Died December 5, 1907, Carmel, N. Y.

921. *MARCUS PATTEN HATFIELD. B.A.; M.D., North-
western University, 1872; M.A., Wesleyan, 1875. $. N. 0. $. B. K.
Born February 20, 1849, New York, N. Y. Professor of Chemistry.
Died November n, 1909, Chicago, 111.

922. *CHARLES EDWARD HAWKINS. B.A.; M.A., 1873.
A. K. E. Born March 21, 1843, Messina, N. Y. Methodist Episcopal
minister, later school principal. Died August 6, 1903, Potsdam, N. Y.



*CICERO MARCELLUS HICKS. B.A.; M.A., 1873.
$. N. 6. Born April 8, 1848, Boston, Mass. Journalist, and in business.
Died October 6, 1878, Brooklyn, N. Y.

924. *EBENEZER HILL. B.A. ; M.A., 1891. 3>. N. 0. <i>. B. K.
Born October 15, 1849, Norwalk, Conn. Brother of M. A. Hill (class
of 1864).

Assistant superintendent of Norwalk Iron Works, 1870-71 ; secretary,
1871-73; vice-president, 1873-81; general manager, 1881-1915. Vice-
president, National Bank of Norwalk, 1880-82; president, 1882-1915.
Died February 26, 1915, Norwalk, Conn.

Married June 4, 1874, Julia W. Delliker, of Danbury, Conn., who died
April, 1885. Children : Ebenezer, b. February 22, 1875 ; Julia Dellicker,
b. September 29, 1876, m. Granville Whittlesey; Ella Laura, m. Roger
S. Fitch.

925. *EDWIN JENKINS HOWE. B.A.; M.D., Columbia Uni-
versity, 1873, and New York Homoeopathic Medical College, 1873 ; M.A.,
Wesleyan, 1878. <. N. 0. Born July 2, 1849, Orange, N. J. Physician.
Died March 15, 1905, Newark, N. J.



1870] GRADUATES.

926. *WILLIAM ARMOUR JOHNSTON. B.S. A. A. $. Born
April 3, 1851, Middletown, Conn. Son of Professor John Johnston;
brother of Nos. 563, 696, and 741.

Engaged in the manufacture of dentists' materials, New York, N. Y.,
1870-81. Superintendent, S. S. White Dental Manufacturing Company,
Prince Bay, N. Y., 1881-1920. Trustee of the same company, 1906-20.
Died January 14, 1920, New York, N. Y.

Married February 12, 1883, Minnie A. Morris, of Stapleton, N. Y.
Children: William Armour (No. 2547), b. May 6, 1884; Minnie Elise, b.
October 16, 1886 (B.A., Wellesley, 1908).

927. *GEORGE HARRISON McGREW. B.A.; M.A., 1873;
LL.B., Harvard University, 1873; B.D., Drew Theological Seminary,
1876; D.D., Wesleyan, 1891. *. T. 3>. B. K. Born May 19, 1846,
Kingwood, W. Va.

Served as scout in U. S. Army, 1863. Entered Wesleyan University
(with the class of 1869), 1865. In poor health; out of college, 1866-67.
Acting cashier of the National Bank of Kingwood, W. Va., 1870-71.
Studied in Harvard Law School, 1871-73. Practised law in Kingwood,
W. Va., 1873-74. Studied in Drew Theological Seminary, 1874-75.
Methodist Episcopal minister, North India, New York, and New York
East Conferences, 1875-92. Withdrew from the conference and united
with the Protestant Episcopal Church, 1892. Assistant in St. Bartholo-
mew's parish, New York, N. Y., 1892-97. Rector, St. Paul's Church,
Cleveland, Ohio, 1897-1906; Silver Spring, Md., 1907-17. President,
archdeaconry of Washington. Author : Outlines of Systematic Theol-
ogy (in Hindustani), three editions; Old Testament History; History
of the Apostolic Church, etc. Died August 15, 1917, Morgantown,
W. Va.

Married September n, 1876, Anna Julia Lore, M.D. Children:
James Clark, b. June 26, 1877; Elizabeth Lore, b. November 17, 1878,
m. Everett Kimball; Dallas Dayton Lore, b. August 20, 1881.

928. "HOWARD AUGUSTUS McKENNY. B.A.; M.A, 1873.
&. T. 3. B. K. Born July 15, 1848, Gorham, Me. Government official.
Died November 2, 1908, Gorham, Me.

929. GEORGE PRESTON MAINS. B.A.; M.A., 1873; D.D.,
1889, and Syracuse University, 1889; LL.D., 1914. A. A. $. $. B. K.
Born August 7, 1844, Newport, N. Y.

In the U. S. Navy, on steamer Valley City, 1864-65. Methodist Epis-
copal minister, New York East Conference, 1870-92. Presiding Elder,
New York East District, 1884-85. Superintendent, M. E. Hospital,
Brooklyn, N. Y.. 1885-86. Superintendent, Brooklyn Church Society,
1892-96. Agent, Methodist Book Concern, New York, N. Y., 1896-1916.
Retired, 1916. Delegate to General Conference, M. E. Church, 1888,
'92, '96, 1900, '04, '08, '12. Trustee of Syracuse University, 1897-1903.
Author: Life of Francis Asbury, 1909; Modern Thought and
Traditional Faith, 191 1; Divine Inspiration, 1915; Life of James
Monroe Buckley, 1917; Premillenialism, 1919, etc.

Married August 4, 1870. Mary Amelia Curtiss, of Mexico, N. Y., who
died June 15, 1907. Married December 9, 1909, Mary Kirkwood Calder,
of Harrisburg, Pa. Children: William Curtiss, b. September 3, 1871
(B.A., New York Univ., 1892), d. January 23, 1909; Jessie May, b.
May 17, 1875 (Ph.B., Syracuse, 1896), m. A. E. Strong, M.D. ; Mary
Pearl, b. April 21, 1883, m. C. L. Howland.

Address: 319 N. Front St., Harrisburg, Pa.

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GRADUATES. [1870

930. VIRGIL WADHAMS MATTOON. B.A. ; M.A., 1873; B.D.,
Boston University, 1873. * N. 9. Born March 2, 1842, Vienna, N. Y.

Served in 24th N. Y. Volunteers, 1861-63. Studied in School of
Theology, Boston University, 1870-73. Methodist Episcopal minister,
New England Southern and Central New York Conferences, 1872-1910.
Superannuated, 1910.

Married April 2, 1873, Mary F. Reed, of Cortland, N. Y. Children:
Florence Amanda, b. July 27, 1874; Wilbur Reed (No. 2092), b.
August 14, 1875; Howard Virgil (No. 2158), b. January 6, 1877.

Address : Horseheads, N. Y.

931. *WILLIAM LEE MILLER. B.A.; M.A., 1873. *. N. 9.
Born August 22, 1848, Springfield, Mass. School principal. Died Sep-
tember 27, 1878, Westboro, Mass.

932. *HENRY GLEASON NEWTON. B.A.; LL.B., Yale Uni-
versity, 1872 ; M.A., Wesleyan, 1873. 3>. N. 9. $>. B. K. Born June 5,
1843, Durham, Conn.

Studied in Yale Law School, 1870-72. Practised law in New Haven,
Conn., 1872-1914. Member of Connecticut House of Representatives,
1885, '95. Referee in Bankruptcy, 1898-1914. Member, State Board of
Health, 1896-1905. President, People's Bank and Trust Company, New
Haven, Conn., 1907-09. Author: Probate Law in Connecticut; article
on Bankruptcy (Encyclopedia Britannica) ; History of Durham. Died
March 21, 1914, New Haven, Conn.

Married September n, 1885, Sarah Allen Baldwin, M.D., of Cromwell,
Conn.



ABRAHAM JOHN PALMER. B.A.; M.A., 1873; D.D.,
Syracuse University, and Allegheny College, 1885. A. K. E. Born Janu-
ary 18, 1847, Frenchtown, N. J. Brother of No. 1187.

Served in 48th N. Y. Volunteers, 1861-64. Methodist Episcopal minis-
ter, Newark, New York, and New York East Conferences, 1871-1909.
Presiding Elder of New York District, 1887-92. Corresponding secre-
tary, Missionary Society, 1896-1901. Presiding Elder, Newburgh Dis-
trict, 1901-05; Poughkeepsie District, 1905-08. Corresponding secretary,
New York Conference Commission on Annuities and Vested Funds,
1909-15. Secretary, Ocean Grove Association, 1915-19. Secretary of



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