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Annuities, Board of Foreign Missions, 1919 . Trustee of American

University, 1900 ; of Wesleyan University, 1908 . Senator,

State of New York, 1913-14. Author: History of the 48th N. Y.
Volunteers; A Pilgrimage of Patriotism. Editor: World-Wide
Missions.

Married October 13, 1874, Emma T. Lacy, of Jersey City, N. J., who
died April 7, 1919. Children: Agnes, b. April 13, 1876, d. April 16,
1879; Helen, b. November 25, 1878, m. W. L. Andrus (No. 1735);
Dudley Baldwin (No. 2225), b. January 19, 1880; Gerald Andrus, b.
June 17, 1888 (class of 1910), d. October 26, 1909; John Leonard, b.
November 4, 1895 (class of 1918).

Address : Milton-on-Hudson, N. Y.

934. GEORGE TOWNLEY PARROT. B.A. ; M.A., 1873. $. N. 9.
Born December 17, 1846, New Providence, N. J.

Studied law in Elizabeth, N. J., 1870-73. Practising law in Elizabeth,

N. J., 1873 . Member of New Jersey House of Assembly, 1881-82.

Surrogate of Union County, 1887 . Member of commission to revise

New Jersey laws relating to probate, etc., 1898.

Married October 8, 1874, Ella B. Tichenor, of Irvington, N. J. Chil-
dren : Helen King, b. February 20, 1877, m. C. A. Van Orden, D.D.S. ;

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Raymond Townley, b. March 15, 1880 (B.A., Princeton, 1902) ; Grace
Adelia, b. May 13, 1883 (B.A., Vassar, 1905), m. C. B. Keeney, M.D.;
Ethel Antoinette, b. March 5, 1887.
Address: Elizabeth, N. J.

935. WILLIAM HENRY PETERS. B.A.; B.D., Boston Univer-
sity, 1873- $ N. 6. Born March 18, 1848, Beekmanville, N. Y.

Studied in School of Theology, Boston University, 1870-73. Preached
in M. E. Church, New England Village, Mass., 1871-73; Bloomville,
N. Y., 1873-74; Charlotteville, 1874-76. Methodist Episcopal minister,
New York Conference, 1876-1916. Retired, 1916.

Address : Copake Falls, N. Y.

936. *EDWARD HYDE RICE. B.A.; M.A, 1873. <1>. N. 6.
Born October 27, 1848, Boston, Mass. Brother of Nos. 813, 988, and
1233. School principal and college professor. Died May 9, 1895, Spring-
field, Mass.

937. * ALFRED SEELYE ROE. B.A.; M.A., 1873. A. A. $.
Born June 8, 1844, Rose, N. Y. Brother of G. M. Roe (class of 1874),
and of C. M. Roe (class of 1881).

Served in 9th -N. Y. Heavy Artillery, 1864-65. Principal of High
School, Ashland, Mass., 1870-75. Taught in High School, Worcester,
Mass., 1875-80; principal of the same, 1880-90. Editor and publisher
.of Light, Worcester, Mass., 1891-92. Representative in Massachusetts
Legislature, 1892-95; state senator, 1896-98. Editor, Worcester Maga-
zine, 1901-03. Supervisor of Evening Schools, Worcester, 1902-17.
Author: Histories of Rose, N. Y., Worcester (Mass.) High School,
Worcester Y. M. C. A., Worcester in the Spanish War, 9th New York
Heavy Artillery, 24th Mass. Regiment, etc. Editor : Worcester
Light; Worcester Magazine. Died January 6, 1917, Worcester, Mass.

Married June 22, 1874, Nora A. Metcalf, of Ashland, Mass., who died
February i, 1910. Children: Addie Estelle, b. April 6, 1875, d. Febru-
ary 24, 1878; Annabel C., b. September 3, 1879 (B.A., Mount Holyoke,
1901) ; Delos Metcalf, b. January 8, 1883, d. May 28, 1892; Harriet
Eudora, b. June 5, 1885 (B.A., Mount Holyoke, 1907).



*CHARLES ED SON SEAVER. B.A. Born December 25,
1843, Worcester, Mass. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died November
6, 1881, Holyoke, Mass.



*RICHARD WATSON SMITH. B.A. ; M.A, 1873. A. K. E.
Born May 16, 1846, near Richmond, Ky.

Taught in State Normal School, Peru, Neb., 1870-71 ; English and
Classical School, Providence, R. I, 1871-89. At home, in poor health,
1890-92. President and manager, Wallum Pond Ice Company, Provi-
dence, R. I., 1892-96. Principal, Hoyt School, East Providence, R. I.,
1896-97; Oxford Grammar School, Providence, R. I., 1897-98; Broad
St. Grammar School, Providence, R. I, 1898-1912. Engaged in farming,
1912-20. Died December 3, 1920, Barrington, R. I.

Married September 6, 1871. Georgianna Skillings, of East Bridgewater,
Mass., who died July 26, 1883. Married April 19, 1894, Emily Phebe
Wilbur, of Providence, R. I, who died July 26, 1912. Children:
Richard Edwin, b. July 22, 1872; Margaret Augusta, b. April 20, 1874, d.
July, 1874; Margaret Gertrude, b. September n, 1878, m. C. E. Riclg-
way, who died, m. Louis I. Andrews ; William Percy, b. June 14, 1881 ;
Georgianna, b. April n, 1883.

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940. WILLIAM JONATHAN SMITH. B.A. ; M.A., 1873. *. T.
Born November 3, 1842, Middletown, R. I.

Preached in M. E. Church, Higganum, Conn., 1868-71. Methodist
Episcopal minister, New England Southern Conference, 1871 .

Married December 21, 1871, Mary Abbie Harris, of Pawtucket, R. I.
Child : Beatrice Mary, b. January 28, 1877.

Address: Bridgeton, R. I.

941. *JOSEPH B. THOMAS. B.A. A. A. $. Born January 20,
1849, Philadelphia, Pa. In business. Died August 4, 1909, New York,
N. Y.

942. MARVIN WALLACE VAN DENBURG. B.A. ; M.A., 1873 ;
M.D., New York University, 1879. ^. T. Born October 8, 1843, Homer,
N. Y.

Served in Co. D, I57th N. Y. Volunteers, 1862-64. Taught in Wayzata,
Minn., 1870-71. Traveling agent, Cromwell, Conn., 1871-72. Superin-
tendent of a toy manufacturing company, Cromwell, Conn., 1872-73.
Taught in Fort Edward Collegiate Institute, N. Y., 1874-77. Studied
in Medical Department, New York University, 1877-79. Practised medi-
cine in New York, N. Y., 1879-80; Fort Edward, N. Y., 1880-99; Mount
Vernon, N. Y., 1899 .

Married September 15, 1870, Belle A. Stevens, of Cromwell, Conn.,
who died October 27, 1871. Married December 13, 1872, Mary Ellen
King (daughter of No. 316), of Fort Edward, N. Y., who died February

13, 1879. Married July 5, 1883, Helena Lucy Davis, of New York, N. Y.
Children : Fannie Ella, - b. August 12, 1871 ; Grace, b. December 12,
1873, d. January 12, 1874; Joseph King (No. 1870), b. November 29,
1874; Marie Gertrude, b. November 7, 1886; John Wallace, b. December

14, 1888.

Address : 107 Union Ave., Mount Vernon, N. Y.

943. JOHN BENEDICT WELCH. B.A.; M.A., 1873. A. K. E.
Born April 15, 1843.

Taught in Episcopal Academy, Cheshire, Conn., 1870-72. Principal
of High School, Willimantic, Conn., 1872-84; Westfield, Mass., 1884-87;
Pittsfield, Mass., 1887-91 ; McCollum Institute, Mount Vernon, N. H.,
1891-96; University Military Academy, Columbia, Mo., 1896 .

Married December 2, 1872, Sarah Louisa Hubbard, of Cromwell,
Conn. Children: Catherine Ventres, b. March 28, 1876; Austin Hub-
bard, b. June 12, 1879 (M.E., Univ. of Missouri, 1904) ; Howard, b.
November 15, 1881 (B.A., Univ. of Missouri, 1903) ; John Gunn, b.
January 25, 1885 (B.A., Univ. of Missouri, 1903).

Address : Columbia, Mo.

944. *JOSEPH KENNARD WELLS. B.A. ; M.A., 1873. *..T.
<. B. K. Born December n, 1849, Vincentown, N. J. Lawyer. Died
January 28, 1885, Pembroke, N. J.

945. JOHN STRANGE WOOD. B.A. ; M.D., Northwestern Uni-
versity, 1872; M.A., Wesleyan, -1876. <1>. N. 6. Born May 14, 1846,
Greencastle, Ind. Brother of Nos. 788 and 968.

Studied in Chicago Medical College, 1870-72. House physician, Cook
County Insane Asylum, 111., 1871-72. Practised medicine in Palatine,
111., 1872-73; Evanston, Chicago, and Benserville, 1873-77; Lafayette,
Ind., 1877-79; Buffalo Park, Kans., 1879-81; Chama, N. Mex., 1881-1908.
Retired on account of health, 1908.-

Married July 17, 1873, Helen M. Kelsey, of Mount Vernon, Ohio.
Child : Katheryne, b, May 17, 1874.

Address : Long Beach, Cal.

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CLASS OF 1871.

946. *DANIEL STILLMAN ALFORD. B.A. ; M.A., 1874. A. A. <S>.
Born October 2, 1848, Riverton, Conn. Lawyer. Died February 22,
1904, Lawrence, Kans.

947. *ELDON BENJAMIN BIRDSEY. B.A. ; LL.B., University
of Albany, 1872. A. A. E>. Born July 26, 1848, Hamburg, Conn.

Studied in Law School of University of Albany, N. Y., 1871-72.
Practised law in Middletown, Conn., 1872-1917. Prosecuting attorney,
City Court, 1879-83. Judge of probate, 1883-93. Died December 6, 1917,
Middletown, Conn.

Married October 23, 1873, Caroline Elizabeth Chase (daughter of
No. i ) , of Middletown, Conn. Children : Frederick, b. March 20,
1875, d. in infancy; Laura Chase, b. March 23, 1878, m. R. R. Renshaw.

948. *BYRON ALDEN BROOKS. B.A.; M.A., 1874. A. A. 3>.
$. B. K. Born December 12, 1845, Theresa, N. Y.

Principal of Union Free School, Dobbs Ferry, N. Y., 1871-72. Assist-
ant editor of The National Quarterly Review, New York, N. Y., 1873.
Engaged in teaching and literary work in New York, N. Y., 1873-1911.
Invented Remington No. 2 typewriter, 1878; the linotype (for auto-
matic type-casting), 1885. President of the Bandotype Company, New
York, N. Y. Author: King Saul: a Tragedy, 1876; Those Children
and Their Teachers, 1882; Phil Vernon and His Schoolmasters, 1885;
Earth Re-visited, 1893. Died September 28, 1911, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Married July 17, 1872, Sarah E. Davis (sister of No. 619), of Middle-
town, Conn., who died September u, 1904. Married May 2, 1906, Ella J.
Ball, of Brooklyn, N. Y. Children: Byron Harold, b. January 23, 1878;
Sarah Ethel, b. January 6, 1881, d. August 8, 1881 ; Helen Maria, b.
September 7, 1886.

949. *JOHN HARRISON COCAGNE. B.A.; M.A., 1874. Born
June 17, 1848, Delta, N. Y. Teacher. Died January 4, 1887, Gouver-
neur, N. Y.

950. * ALBERT BARNARD CRAFTS. B.A.; M.A., 1874.
A. A. $. Born September 4, 1851, Milan, N. H. Brother of Nos. 887
and 1346, and of F. H. Crafts (class of 1871).

Taught in Pine Meadow, Conn., 1871-72. Engaged in business, 1872-73.
Studied law in Westerly, R. I., 1873-75. Practised law in Westerly,
R. I., 1875-1907; Providence, 1907-18. Member of Rhode Island House
of Representatives, 1904-06. Died February 17, 1918, Edgewood, R. I.

Married October i, 1881, Jennie Louise Blake, of Ashaway, R. I., who
died November 19, 1884. Married December 17, 1892, Mary A. Stark,
of Mystic, Conn. Child: Alberta Barnard, b. July 6, 1901.

951. WATSON THOMAS DUNMORE. B.A.; M.A., 1874;
LL.B., Hamilton College, 1875. A. A. $. Born March 28, 1845, Rush,
Pa.

Principal of Union High School, Bradford, Vt., 1871-73. Studied law
in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., and Bradford, Vt., 1873-74. Principal of graded
school, Susquehanna Depot, Pa., 1874. Superintendent of schools,
Hornellsville, N. Y., 1875. Practised law in Utica, N. Y., 1875-86,
1904 . Special county judge of Oneida County, N. Y., 1886-92.

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County judge of Oneida County J 1892-1904. Member, New York Con-
stitutional Convention, 1915. Treasurer, New York State League of
Building and Loan Associations, 1885-90; president, 1890. Vice-presi-
dent, Citizen's Trust Company, Utica. Director, Utica Homoeopathic
Hospital.

Married July 9, 1878, Minnie Elizabeth Goodier (daughter of No.
257), of Utica, N. Y., who died December n, 1904. Married June 27,
1908, Cora M. Wheeler, of Utica, N. Y. Children: James Sterling, b.
July 15, 1879, d. December 20, 1908; Watson Thomas, b. November 4,
1881 ; Clarissa Treadway, b. April 3, 1883, m. George I. Hovey ; Russell
Goodier (No. 2674), b. November 28, 1884; Earl William, b. December
7, 1886 (class of 1910) ; Adele, b. December 17, 1888.

Address : 501 Rutger St., Utica, N. Y.

952. *ROBERT WATERMAN CARR FARNSWORTH. B.A. ;
M.A., 1874. ^. T. $. B. K. Born February 20, 1844, Haverhill, N. H.
Methodist Episcopal minister. Died January 3, 1888, Pasadena, Cal.

953. *THEODORE E. HANCOCK. B.A. (valedic) ;f LL.B.,
Columbia University, 1873; M.A., Syracuse University, 1886; LL.D.,
Wesleyan, 1897. A. A. $. 4>. B. K Born May 30, 1847, Fulton, N. Y.

Studied in Columbia Law School, 1871-73. Practised law in Syracuse,
N. Y., 1873-1916. District attorney of Onondaga County, 1889. Attor-
ney-general of New York state, 1894-99. President, Onondaga County
Bar Association, 1903-11. Trustee of Wesleyan University, 1907-16.
Died November 19, 1916, Syracuse, N. Y.

Married June 7, 1882, Martha Blanche Connelly, of Pittsburgh, Pa.,
who died in 1911. Children: Stewart Freeman (No. 2483), b. April 4,
1883; Clarence Eugene (No. 2542), b. February 13, 1885; Martha
Stover, b. July 4, 1892, m. E. M. Eustis (No. 3075).

954. *GEORGE INGRAHAM. B.A.; LL.B., Columbia University
1873. $. N. 0. >. B. K. Born May 10, 1851, Brooklyn, N. Y. Son of
No. 191; brother of No. 1177.

Studied in Columbia Law School, 1871-73. Practised law in Brooklyn
N. Y., 1873-86. Vice-president, Phenix Insurance Company, 1887-1910.
Died May, 1912, Flushing, N. Y.

Married December 16, 1874, Clara R. Crowell, of Brooklyn, N. Y.
Child: Mary M., b. February 19, 1880, m. William Widis.

955. *ROBERT WEAVER JONES. B.A. ; M.A., 1874. *. T.
Born October 24, 1839, Bethlehem, Pa. Methodist Episcopal minister.
Died December 28, 1905, New York, N. Y.

956. *WATSON ELI KNOX. B.A. ; M.A., 1874. *. T. Born
July 16, 1841, Blandford, Mass. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died
July 12, 1902, Feeding Hills, Mass.

957. *JOHN HENRY LOWMAN. B.A. ; M.D., Wooster Uni-
versity, 1873; M.A., Wesleyan, 1874; M.D., Columbia University, 1877.
^. T. Born October 6, 1849, Cleveland, Ohio.

Studied in Medical Department, Wooster University, Ohio, 1871-73.
Resident physician, Cleveland Charity Hospital, 1872-74; New York
City Hospital, 1874-75. First clinical assistant, Metropolitan Throat
Hospital, New York, N. Y., 1875. Practised medicine and surgery
(specialties, throat and chest diseases), Cleveland, Ohio, 1875-1918

t Honor shared with E. M. Smith (no salutatory).

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Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics, Wooster^ University
Medical Department, 1875-80. Professor of the same in Western
Reserve University, 1880-85; Professor of Medicine in the same, 1885-
1918. Visiting physician, Charity Hospital, Cleveland, Ohio, 1875-78;
Lakeside Hospital, 1878-1918. Consulting physician in a number of
hospitals in Cleveland, Ohio. Vice-president, International Medical Con-
gress, Rome, Italy, 1895. President, National Tuberculosis Association.
Went to Italy in December, 1918, as head of the first Red Cross Tuber-
culosis Mission. Associate editor: Ohio Medical Recorder, 1881-84.
Died January 23, 1919, New York, N. Y.

Married June 26, 1890, Isabel Wetmore, of Euclid, Ohio. Children:
John Wetmore, b. February 12. 1893; Henry Mather, b. July 8, 1896;
Shepard Wetmore, b. May 22, 1899.

958. JOHN HUNTER MILLER. B.A. A. K. E. Born May n,
1850, New ^Rochelle, N. Y.

Studied in Columbia Law School, 1871-73. Practising law in New

York, N. Y., 1873 .

Married June 4, 1873, Mary Wells, of New Rochelle, N. Y.
Address : unknown.

959. *GEORGE WATSON NEWTON. B.A. Born December 4,
1845, Durham, Conn. Brother of H. H. Newton (class of 1867).

Employed in U. S. Coast Survey, 1871-73. Engaged in civil engineer-
ing, 1873-80. Engineer on the Kansas & Missouri Railroad, 1880-83.
Leveler and assistant engineer on the Northern Pacific Railroad, 1883-84.
Engaged in farming in Durham, Conn., 1884-1918. Member of Con-
necticut Legislature, 1887. Died November 23, 1918, Durham, Conn.

960. ALBERT PEARNE PALMER. B.A. ; M.A., 1874. <. N. 0.
!>. B. K. Born February 6, 1846, Cortland, N. Y.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New England Southern and Northern

New York Conferences, 1871 . Trustee of Wesleyan University,

1903-13- Author: History of the Methodist Church, Wellfleet, Mass.

Married April 2, 1872. Flora S. Cobb, of Oneonta, N. Y., who died
May 21, 1873. Married March n, 1875, Mina Morgan, of West Winfield,
N. Y. Children : Hattie Belle, b. May 20, 1873, m. John Gilmore, d. May
9, 1908 ; Morgan S., b. December 25, 1875 ; Stillman Fairchild, b. Decem-
ber 4, 1881 ; Emily Julia, b. August 24, 1887.

Address : Barneveld, Oneida Co., N. Y.

961. WILBUR FISK POTTER. B.A. A. K. E. Born April 30,
1842, Monson, Mass.

Served in the i6th Mass. Battery, 1864-65. Taught in Bernardston,
Mass., 1871-72; Providence Conference Seminary (now East Greenwich
Academy), R. I., 1872. In the employ of New England Marble Com-
pany, Boston, Mass., 1872; Oriental Oil Company, Boston, 1874-75. In
the insurance business, Springfield, Mass., 1875 .

Address : Box 1586, Springfield, Mass.

962. EDWARD AMASA RANSOM. B.A. ; M.A., 1874. A. A. $.
Born August 16, 1849, Somerville, N. J. Brother of C. A. Ransom
(class of 1879).

Studied law in Jersey City, N. J., 1871-74. Practised law in Jersey
City, N. J., 1874-82. Editor of The Hudson County Ledger, Jersey City,
N. J., 1882-83. On the staff of The New York Tribune and The New
York Times, 1883-90. On the editorial staff of The New York Press,
1890-94. Practised law in Jersey City, N. J., 1890-1906. On the editorial

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staff of The New York Morning Advertiser, 1895-96; The Newark
(N. J.) Morning Star, 1903-06; The Knickerbocker Press, Albany,
N. Y., 1912 .

Married December 24, 1874, Jennie Neale (sister of No. 1019), of
Middletown, Conn. Children : Edward Amasa, b. October 25, 1875 ;
Arthur Neale, b. November 4, 1877 1 Jennie Neale, b. November 29, 1879,
m. Dr. W. K. Alsop.

Address : Knickerbocker Press, Albany, N. Y.



\. EDGAR MONCENA SMITH. B.A. (valedic.} ;f M.A.,
1874; D-D-, 1887. $. N. 6. *. B. K. Born August 4, 1845, Livermore,
Me.

Preached in Bristol, R. I., 1871-72. Methodist Episcopal minister, New
England Southern and Central New York Conferences, 1872-82. Tutor
in Mathematics, Wesleyan University, 1872-74. President of Maine
Wesleyan Seminary, Kents Hill, Me., 1882-93. Principal of Vermont
Methodist Seminary, Montpelier, Vt, 1893-98. President of Illinois
Wesleyan University, 1898-1905. Stationed at Arcola, 111., 1905-06.
Supernumerary, 1906-07. Dean of Carleton College, Mo., 1908-13;
President, 1913-14. Retired, 1914. Trustee of Wesleyan University,
1889-94.

Married December 23, 1874, Marguerite M. Hauschild, of Metuchen,
N. J. Children: Mae Deering (No. 2122), b. November 18, 1875;
Burchard Hauschild, b. October 19, 1877 (class of 1900) ; Paul, b.
May i, 1883; Marguerite Hauschild, b. July 21, 1884.

Address: 1773 Autumn Ave., Memphis, Tenn.

964. *NORMAN JAIRUS SQUIRES. B.A. ; M.A., 1874; B.D.,
Methodist General Biblical Institute, 1865. ^. T. Born October 5, 1841,
Good Ground, N. Y.

Acting pastor of Central Congregational Church, Portland, Conn.,
1871-72; pastor, 1872-73. Pastor of Congregational Church, North
Manchester, Conn., 1873-81; West Haven, Conn., 1881-1914; Pastor
emeritus, 1914-19. Member of School Board, West Haven (Orange),
1885 ; chairman, 1888. Died May 20, 1919.

Married June 13, 1872, Mary M. Miner, of Greenport, N. Y., who died
July 29, 1914. Children: Norma May, b. December 22, 1874 (B.A.,
Vassar, 1898), m. Henry W. Beer; Annette Clara, b. March 4, 1876;
Delmar Louise, b. June 8, 1880, m. Prof. Frederick E. Pierce; Fred-
eric Norman Miner, b. January 14, 1884.

965. *GEORGE STORRS WENTWORTH. B.A.; M.A., 1874;
O.M., Emerson College of Oratory, 1889. Born November 29, 1836,
Milton, N. H. Methodist Episcopal minister, later in business. Died
July 14, 1893, Keene, N. H.

966. *WILLIAM FREDERICK WHITCHER. B.A. ; M.A., 1874.
A. A. $. 0>. B. K. Born August 10, 1845, Benton, N. H.

Studied in School of Theology, Boston University, 1871-72. Methodist
Episcopal minister, New England Southern Conference, 1872-81. On the
editorial staff of The Boston Traveller, 1881-83; associate editor, 1883-
85 ; editor-in-chief, 1885-90 ; literary editor and leading editorial writer,
1890-93. Pastor of Centre Church, Maiden, Mass., 1891 ; First Church,
Everett, 1892. Resigned from the ministry, 1896. On the staff of The
Boston Advertiser, 1893-98. Editor and proprietor of The Woodsville
Neivs, N. H., 1899-1916. Chairman of School Committee, Maiden, Mass.,

t Honor shared with T. E. Hancock (no salutatory).

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1887. Member of New Hampshire Legislature, 1901, '03, '05, '07.
Member of New Hampshire State Library Commission, 1903-12.
Author: John Hurd, 1888; History of Coventry, N. H., 1905; Haver-
hill One Hundred Years Ago, 1909, and other historical works. Joint
editor : New Hampshire Families and Genealogies, three volumes, 1908.
Died May 31, 1918, Woodsville, N. H.

Married December 4, 1872, Jeannette M. Burr, of Middletown, Conn.,
who died September 25, 1894. Married November 4, 1896, Marietta A.
Hadley, of Stoneham, Mass. Child: Burr Royce, b. November 6, 1878
(B.A., Dartmouth, 1902).

967. CLARENCE WILLIAMS. B.A. ; M.A, 1875. J>. N. 6.
Born March 18, 1845, St. George, N. B., Canada.

Studied^ in University of Gottingen, 1871-72; Hanover, Germany,
1872-73; in France, 1873. Clerk and bookkeeper, New York, N. Y.,
1876 .

Married. Children : two.

Address : 42 Warren St., New York, N. Y.

968. JOSEPH RAND WOOD. B.A.; M.A., 1874; S.T.B.,
Boston University, 1875. $. N. 0. Born March 2, 1848, Greencastle, Ind.
Brother of Nos. 788 and 945.

Studied in School of Theology, Boston University, 1871-72. Preached
in Congress St. M. E. Church, Lafayette, Ind., 1872-73 ; Brockton, Mass.,
1873-74; Bridgewater, 1874-75. Missionary tc South America; stationed
at Rosario de Santa Fe, Argentine Republic, 1875-86. Methodist Epis-
copal minister, Northwest Indiana, New England, and Baltimore Con-
ferences, 1886-1910. Superannuated, 1910. Professor of English Bible
and Vocal Music, Storer College, Harpers Ferry, W. Va., 1904-06.
Supplied Webster Chapel, Baltimore, Md., 1911-13. Taught in Deich-
man's Preparatory School, and in Eaton and Burnett's Business College,
Baltimore, 1913; Steward's Business College, Washington, D. C, 1916;
city high schools, Washington, 1917-18. Translator, War Risk Insurance
Bureau, Washington, 1919-20. Supply on bilingual circuit (English and

Spanish), California, 1920 . Author: History of Exeter M. E.

Church, Baltimore, 1789-1902.

Married November 10, 1875, Susie A. Blodgett, of Holliston, Mass.

Address: Piru, Ventura Co., Cal.



CLASS OF 1872,

969. DELOS RICHARD BAKER. B.A. A. A. <. Born November
18, 1848, East Candor, N. Y.

On the editorial staff of The Cincinnati Gazette, Ohio, 1872-73. Metho-
dist Episcopal minister, Cincinnati Conference, 1874-79. Reporter for
The Cincinnati Daily Times, Ohio, 1879-80. Stenographer in Cincinnati,
Ohio, 1880-82. On the editorial staff of The Cincinnati Post, 1882-98.
Retired, 1898.

Married July 20, 1875, Georgianna Beecher, of Bridgeport, Conn.
Children : Ruth Isabel, b. September 20, 1876, m. Harry Leonard ;
Charles Newton, b. March 28, 1878, d. January 31, 1906; Caroline, b.
April 9, 1880; Ernest, b. August 14, 1882; Jerome, b. August 28, 1884;
Frederick, b. June i, 1887; Delos Richard, b. May 22, 1892; Theodore
Andri, b. September 21, 1895.

Address : R. D. 2, Delaware, Ohio.

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970. *JOSEPH HENRY BEALE. B.A.; M.A., 1875. A. A. <S>.
Born May 23, 1842, Truro, Mass. Brother of F. H. Beale (class of
1868).

Entered Wesleyan University (with the class of 1866), 1862. Served
with Co. D, 3ist Maine Volunteers; promoted to first lieutenant,
1864-65. Methodist Episcopal minister, East Maine and New York East
Conferences, 1868-80. Located, 1880. In business in New Haven, Conn.,
1879-81. On the editorial staff of The Loomis Musical and Masonic
Journal, New Haven, Conn., 1881-84. Preached in East Maine Con-
ference, 1884-90. Editor of subscription books with C. Gay & Co.,
New York, N. Y., 1890-94. Connected with the Five Points Mission,
New York, N. Y., 1894-96. Preached at Augusta, Me., 1896-97. Pastor
of Pearson Mission, Portland, Me., 1898-1900. With the Seamen's
Institute, 1901-02. Resided in Boston, Mass., 1903-13. Author: Prophet
of Thisbe; Patriotic Echoes; History of the United States. Editor:
Gay's Circle of Knowledge; Gay's ^History of Four Great Nations;
Gay's Four Hundred Years of American History. Died April 14, 1913,
Boston, Mass.

Married February 21, 1867, Nellie R. Buell, of Killingworth, Conn.

971. "JAMES MADISON BEEDE. B.A. ; M.A., 1875. A. A. $.
$. B. K. Born March 20, 1846, Hebron, N. H. Teacher. Died Janu-
ary 6, 1881, Orange, N. J.

972. EDWIN ALONZO BLAKE. B.A.; M.A., 1875; Ph.M.,
New York University, 1894; S.T.D., Taylor University, 1894. ^. T.
$. B. K, Born July i, 1847, Pittsfield, N. H.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New York East, Pittsburgh, and New
England Conferences, 1872-1907. Lecturer, Weston School for Girls,
Boston, Mass., 1907-12. Stationed at Amityville, N. Y., 1912-14. Re-
tired, 1914.

Married July 10, 1873, Amanda Hannah Tinkham, of New Haven,
Conn. Children: Eva May, b. February 9, 1876 (B.A., Goucher College,
M.D., New York Medical College and Hospital for Women) ; Mabelle
Babcock, b. October 19, 1881 (B.A., Adelphi College).

Address: Manchester, Conn.

973. *JOHN AYER CASS. B.A.; M.A., 1875. *. T. $. B. K.
Born October 3, 1843, Cornville, Me.

Graduate student in Wesleyan University, 1872-73. Methodist Epis-



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