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copal minister, New England Conference, 1873-86. Located, 1886. In
the insurance business, Philadelphia, Pa., 1886-93. In the real estate
business; preached for several denominations, 1893-1900. Engaged in
editing and preaching, 1900-04. Financial secretary, Franklin Institute,
Philadelphia, Pa., 1905-10. Author: Is there a Hell? Editor: The
Carriage Monthly. Died January 29, 1915, Philadelphia, Pa.

Married April 9, 1873, Lucy E. Packard, of Cambridgeport, Mass.
Children : Alfred Cookman, b. July 8, 1874 ; Viola Grace, b. September
26, 1875; Ella Lansing, D. May 10, 1877; Florence Houghton, b.
December 13, 1879; Albert Kinney, b. February 13, 1883.

974. PERRY CHANDLER. B.A. *. T. Born June 7, 1843.
Chatham, N. H.

Served in U. S. Army, 1863-65. Methodist Episcopal minister, New
York East, Maine, and Columbia River Conferences, 1872 . Asso-
ciated with Morgan Memorial, Boston, Mass., 1910 .

Married July 24, 1873, Abbie S. Fuller, of Augusta, Me. Children :
Perry Fuller, b. June 8, 1874 (B.A., Portland Univ., 1897) ; Ralph H.,

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b. June 5, 1876, d. January 25, 1898; Webster Allen, b. December 10,
1878 (B.A., Boston Univ., 1902), d. October 7, 1918.
Address : 87 Glen Ave., Newton Centre, Mass.

975. *BENJAMIN STEPHEN CLARK. B.A. ; M.A., 1875.
A. K. E. Born September 15, 1848, New York, N. Y. Lawyer. Died
April 6, 1886.

976. *SAMUEL GREENLEAF GUSHING. B.A.; M.A., 1875.
A. K. E. . B. K. Born March 15, 1849, Shrewsbury, Mass. Brother
of No. 889.

In the employ of the New England Marble Company, Boston, Mass.,
1872-75. Financial agent for Cincinnati, Rockport & Southwestern
Railroad Company, Rockport, Ind., 1876-77. Engaged in the boot and
shoe business in Knoxville, Iowa, 1877-81. Agent for a wholesale boot
and shoe firm in Burlington, Iowa, 1881-83. Member of firm, Manning,
Gushing & Co.^ wholesale boots and shoes, Ottumwa, Iowa, 1883-88.
Traveling salesman for Chicago firms, 1888-1917. Died November 20,
1918, Tampa, Fla.

Married November 24, 1874, Fannie A. Morse, of Charlton, Mass.,
who died June 8, 1881. Married December 18, 1882, Augusta Tyler, of
West Brookfield, Mass. Children: Harvey Morse, b. December 5,
1875 (B.S., Mass. Inst. of Tech., 1899) ; Russell Lane, b. October 26,
1878 (B.A., Cornell College, 1902); Benjamin Ralph, b. May i, 1880;
Frances Newton, b. April 27, 1884 (B.A., Oberlin, 1907) ; William
Tyler, b. October n, 1886 (B.Chem. E., Univ. of Wisconsin, 1911) ;
Albert Augustus, b. December 9, 1890 (B.Arch., Cornell Univ., 1917) ;
Edward Raymond, b. May 2, 1894; Charlotte Elizabeth, b. November 27,
1896, m. M. G. White.

977. JOHN ALPHONSO DAY. B.A. ; M.A., 1875. A. K. E.
Born July 21, 1847, New Salem, Mass.

Studied in School of Theology, Boston University, 1872-73. Metho-
dist Episcopal minister, New England Conference, 1873 . Author:

Church histories of Barre and Gleasondale, Mass.; Genealogy of
Anthony Day, of Gloucester, Mass.

Married May 28, 1874, S. Belle Savage, of Hubbardston, Mass.
Children: Eva Belle, b. April 6, 1876, m. W. M. Jenkins, who died, m.
Walter Loftus; Harold Alphonso, b. October 24, 1878; Marian Ethel,
b. May 17, 1887.

Address: Charlton City, Mass.

978. ALBERT MUNRO GRAVES. B.A. A. K. E. Born Decem-
ber ip, 1847, Randolph, Wis.

Principal of High School, Fort Smith, Ark., 1872-73. Principal of
schools, Eau Claire, Wis., and Lanesboro, Minn., 1873-74; West
Meriden, Conn., 1874-76; Broad Brook, Conn., 1876-77; Kittery, Me.,
1877-78; East Dedham, Mass., 1878-80; Decatur, Neb., 1880-83.
Engaged in farming at Decatur, Neb., 1883-86. Principal of schools,
Friend, Neb., 1886. Superintendent of U. S. Indian School, Pine Ridge
Agency, S. Dak., 1886-87. Engaged in farming at Decatur, Neb., 1887-
88. Superintendent of U. S. Indian School, Uintah Agency, Utah, 1888-
91. Principal of schools, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1891.

Married July 17, 1872, Marion Elizabeth Palmer, of Kensington, Conn.
Children : Edith Marion, b. February 24, 1875 ; Royal Albert, b. Septem-
ber i, 1889.

Address : Roseau, Minn.

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979. ALMON EVERETT HALL. B.A. ; M.A., 1875. *.' T.
4>. B. K. Born December 6, 1846, Stamford, Vt.

Studied in School of Theology, Boston University, 1872-73. Metho-
dist Episcopal minister, New England Southern Conference, 1873-78.
On account of poor health traveled in Mexico, 1877-78. Superannuated,
T 878 . Resided in Stamford, Vt, 1878-84. In business in Clarks-
burg, Mass., 1884-86; in William'stown, Mass., 1886 . Postmaster,

Williamstown, Mass., 1889-1901. Member of Massachusetts Legislature,
1896-97. Vice-president of Williamstown Savings Bank, 1890-1906;

president, 1906 . Treasurer and general manager, Prexite Comb

Company, Williamstown, Mass., 1908 . Chairman of Williamstown

School Committee for several years.

Married April 2, 1874, Caroline E. Beard, of Dighton, Mass., who died
December 12, 1908. Children: Damon Everett, b. December 6, 1875
(B.A., Williams, 1897) ; Elizabeth Mabel, b. January 5, 1883, m. Dr.
C. A. Hull.

Address : Williamstown, Mass.



980. *JOHN NEWTON HOLT. B.A.; M.A., 1875. $. N. 8.
Born August 7, 1842, Rumford, Me. School principal. Died March 2,
1882, Archer, Fla.



981. *SILAS WILLIAM KENT. B.A.; M.A., 1875. A. A. J>.
Born September 20, 1850, Remsen, N. Y.

In business in Meriden, Conn., 1872-89. Traveling salesman, 1875-
1913. Died January 23, 1913, Cazenovia, N. Y.

Married September 16, 1872, Mary E. Chapman, of Little Utica, N. Y.
Children: Chester Chaffee (No. 2021), b. May 5, 1874; William H., b.
June 24, 1878; Edwin Mills, b. December 6, 1882; Robert Harrington, b.
July i, 1886; Silas Stanley, b. October 21, 1887 (class of 1910) ; Olney
Brown, b. November 16, 1890.



982. ISAAC J. LANSING. B.A. (valedic.) ; M.A., 1875; D.D.,
Lafayette College, 1909. Born October 3, 1846, Watervliet, N. Y.

Graduate student in Wesleyan University, 1872-73. Methodist Episco-
pal minister, New York East, Georgia, and Savannah Conferences, 1873-
86. President of Clark University, Atlanta, Ga., 1874-76. Acting assist-
ant secretary of Freedmen's Aid Society, M. E. Church, 1876-78. Pastor
of Salem St. Congregational Church, Worcester, Mass., 1892-93; Park
St. Congregational Church, Boston, Mass., 1893-97; Green Ridge
Presbyterian Church, Scranton, Pa., 1897-1911. General secretary, Inter-
national Reform Bureau, 1911. Social service expert, with "Men and
Religion Foreward Movement," 1911-12. Pastor of West Side Presby-
terian Collegiate Church, Ridgewood, N. J., 1912 . Author : Roman-
ism and the Republic, 1889; Romanism and the Nation, 1892; Why
Christianity did not Prevent the War, 1918. Assistant editor: The
Worcester Times, 1892-93.

Married October 21, 1873, Ella Theresa Griswold, of Hartford, Conn.
Children: George, b. and d. 1876; Gilbert Griswold, b. December 15,
1879; Philip, b. September 25, 1881, d. August 19, 1882; Elysabeth
Arnold, b. October 31, 1884; Annie Gwillim, b. December 22, 1886, d.
November 14, 1894; Helen Dysart, b. January 5, 1889; Miriam, b. Feb-
ruary 26, 1896.

Address : Ridgewood, N. J.

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983. EDMUND MEAD MILLS. B.A.; M.A., 1875; Ph.D.,
Syracuse University, 1878; D.D., Wesleyan, 1888; Litt.D., Syracuse,
1918. A. K. E. <&. B. K. Born July 17, 1848, Bytown (now Ottawa),
Ont, Canada.

Methodist Episcopal minister, Central New York Conference, 1872 .

Presiding Elder, Elmira District, 1895-99. Corresponding secretary, 20th
Century Thank Offering Commission, M. E. Church, 1899-1902. Pre-
siding Elder, Geneva District, 1902-07. Field secretary, M. E. Board of
Education, Sunday Schools, and Freedtnen's Aid, 1907-08. Superinten-
dent of Syracuse District, 1909-13; Syracuse West District, 1913-15;

Syracuse East District, 1915 . Trustee of Wesleyan University,

1886 ; secretary of the Board, 1900-03. Delegate to General Con-
ference, M. E. Church, 1888, '92, '96, 1900, '04, '12, '16, '20; assistant
secretary of six general conferences; acting secretary of General Con-
ference, 1918-20, and secretary of General Conference, 1920. Secretary,
Methodist Ecumenical Conference, 1901, 'n. Honorary president, Ameri-
can Rose Society.

Married August 23, 1873, Emily Rexford Adams, of Fabius, N. Y.,
who died March 14, 1904. Married March u, 1908, Mrs. Sadie Brown
Albright, of Wilkes-Barre, Pa.

Address : 101 Comstock Place, Syracuse, N. Y.

984. F[RANK] MASON NORTH. B.A.; M.A., 1875; D.D.,
1894; LL.D., 1918. $. N. 6. $. B. K. Born December 3, 1850, New-
York, N. Y. Brother of No. 854.

In business, New York, N. Y., 1872-73. Methodist Episcopal minister,

New York and New York East Conferences, 1873 . Corresponding

secretary, New York City Church Extension and Missionary Society,
1892-1912; National City Evangelization Union, 1893-1912; Board of
Foreign Missions, M. E. Church, 1912 . Chief secretary, Inter-
Church Conference on Federation, 1905. Chairman of the Committee on
the Church and Modern Industry, Federal Council of the Churches of
Christ in America, 1908; president of the Council, 1916-20. Delegate
to General Conference, M. E. Church, 1908, '12, '16, '20; Methodist Ecu-
menical Conference, 1901, 'n, '21. Trustee of Wesleyan University,
1899 ; Drew Theological Seminary, 1907 . Decorations: Cheva-
lier of the Legion of Honor, France, 1919 ; Officier of Public Instruction,
France, 1920; Officier of the Royal Order of George the First, Greece,
1920. Editor: The Christian City, 1892-1912.

Married May 27, 1874, Fannie Laws Stewart, of Philadelphia, Pa., who
died December 22, 1878. Married December 23, 1885, Louise Josephine
McCoy, of Lowell, Mass. Children: Adolphus Stewart (No. 2030), b.
August 19, 1875, d. May 5, 1913 ; Mason Longacre, b. September 29,
1877, d. March 22, 1878; Eric McCoy (No. 2761), b. June 22, 1888.

Address: 150 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. Residence: Madison,
N. J.

985. *JULIUS WILLIE PAIGE. B.A.; M.A., 1876. A. K. E.
Born May 30, 18^0, Smithville, Miss. Rector, Protestant Episcopal
Church. Died 1893.

986. WATSON LYMAN PHILLIPS. B.A.; M.A., 1875; D.D.,
Wesleyan, and Dickinson College, 1889. A. A. <1>. <l>. B. K. Born Janu-
ary 28, 1850, Troy, N- Y.

Studied in School of Theology, Boston University, 1872-73. Metho-
dist Episcopal minister, New England Southern, New York East, and
Wyoming Conferences, 1873-90. Pastor of Church of the Redeemer

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(Congregational), New Haven, Conn., 1890-1915; Pastor emeritus,
I 9 1 5 Supplying Congregational Church, Shelton, Conn., 1916 .

Married June 22, 1873, Ella Vernon Stetson, of East Pembroke, Mass.
Children: Arthur Vernon, b. September 25, 1877, d. March 18, 1917;
Frank Lyman, b. September 22, 1879; Ruth Palmer, b. October 4, 1885.

Address : 263 Coram Ave., Shelton, Conn.



987. *DA.MON CLARKE PORTER. B.A. *. T. Born October
29, 1846, Scituate, Mass. Brother of No. 899. Theological student.
Died December i, 1874, Scituate, Mass.

988. CHARLES FRANCIS RICE. B.A. (salut.) ; M.A., 1875;
D.D., 1893. <. N. 0. <*>. B. K. Born April 14, 1851, Chelsea, Mass.
Brother of Nos. 813, 936, and 1233.

Taught in High School, Springfield, Mass., 1872-73. Employed in
City Library, Springfield, Mass., 1874. Tutor in Latin, Wesleyan Uni-
versity, 1874-77. Methodist Episcopal minister, New England Confer-
ence, 1875 . Superintendent of Cambridge District, 1905-11. Presi-
dent, Board of Trustees, Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, Mass.,
1898-1912. Delegate to General Conference, M. E. Church, 1904, '08;
Inter-Church Conference on Federation, 1905; Federal Council of
Churches of Christ in America, 1912, '16, '20. President, Massachusetts

Federation of Churches, 1911 ; Lynn Inter-church Union, 1918-19.

Director, Federation of Churches and Religious Organizations of Greater
Boston.

Married August 25, 1875, Miriam Owen Jacobs, of Springfield, Mass.,
who died December 16, 1901. Children: Laura Owen, b. September n,
1876 (B.A., Vassar), m. William G. Seaman; William Chauncey (No.
2228), b. September n, 1878; Horace Jacobs (No. 2504), b. Septem-
ber 25, 1882; Paul North (No. 2826), b. February 9, 1888; Rachel
Caroline, b. July 16, 1889, m. Burton H. Camp (No. 2197).

Address : 59 Fourth St., Medford, Mass.

989. *ROBERT JAMES ROUND. B.A. A. A. $. Born November
I, 1848, Fort Wayne, Ind. Son of No. 5. School principal. Died
November 24, 1910, Elmira, N. Y.

990. ARTHUR BENTON SANFORD. B.A. ; M.A., 1875 ; D.D.,
Syracuse University, 1893. <. N. 6. 3>. B. K. Born in Redding, Conn.
Brother of No. 1256.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New York East Conference, 1873 .

Assistant editor, Methodist Review, New York, N. Y., 1890-1901 ; acting
editor, 1892-93. Delegate to Ecumenical Methodist Conference, 1901 ;
General Conference, M. E. Church, 1904. Secretary, New York East

Conference, 1897 . Trustee of Syracuse University, 1899 .

Representative of Church on Lord's Day Alliance, 1920 . Editor :

Methodist Year Book, and General Minutes of the M. E. Church, 1890-
1901 ; Proceedings of the Second Ecumenical Methodist Conference,
Washington, D. C., 1892; The Smile of the Christ-Child, 1911; The
First and Seventh Reunions (consecutively) of the Sanford Association
of America.

Married June 10, 1886, Nellie May Hunt, of Brooklyn, N. Y. Children :
Arthur Hunt, b. February 9, 1888 (B.A., Princeton, 1909) ; Laurence
Hunt, b. May 25, 1892 (B.Litt, Princeton, 1915).

Address : 980 North Ave., New Rochelle, N. Y.

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991. HENRY TOWNSEND SCUDDER. B.A.; M.A., 1882. *. T.
3>. B. K. Born September 6, 1849, Middletown, Conn. Brother of Nos.
747 and 1191.

Principal of High School, Huntington, N. Y., 1873-74. Practised law
in Sturgeon Bay, Wis., 1874-85. In the Surgeon-General's office, Wash-
ington, D. C, 1885-86. Practising law in Marinette, Wis., 1886 .

Married June 13, 1877, Mrs. Minnie R. Kimber, of Sturgeon Bay, Wis.,
who died February 27, 1884. Married September 14, 1885, Nettie Morri-
son, of Manitowoc, Wis. Children : Charles Morrison, b. February 27,
1890; Marjorie, b. June 4, 1898.

Address : Marinette, Wis.

992. ALLEN ROSECRANSE SHAY. B.A.; M.A., 1875. A. A. $.
Born August 10, 1850, Sandystone, N. J.

Taught in Walpack Centre, N. J., 1873-74; Hamburg, N. J., 1874-75.

Studied law, 1874-77. Practising law in Newton, N. J., 1877 .

Common Plea Judge of Sussex Co., 1913 .

Married January 10, 1883, Amanda Josephine Hill, of Newton, N. J.,
who died August n, 1889. Married December 26, 1893, Cora Shimer,
of Newton, N. J. Children: Henry Dildim, b. March 7, 1884; Emma
Westbrook, b. April 13, 1886; Hilda Josephine, b. August n, 1889.

Address: Newton, N. J.

993. *EUGENE ALONZO WEBSTER. B.A. ; M.A, 1875. *. T.
Born February 16, 1849, Montpelier, Vt. Lawyer. Died September 17,
1901, Orangeburg, S. C.

994. *GEORGE WASHINGTON WRIGHT. B.A.; M.A, 1875.
A. K. E. Born April 19, 1848, Beekman, N. Y.

Studied in School of Theology, Boston University, 1872-73. Methodist
Episcopal minister, New England Southern, Des Moines, and Vermont
Conferences, 1873-92. Pastor of Congregational Church, Bethel, Vt,
1892-93; Hanover, Mass., 1893. General manager for New England
states for Rand, McNally & Co., publishers, 1893-1919. Died March 29,
1919, Somerville, Mass.

Married June 4, 1873, Eugenia Adaline Harvey, of Cambridge, Mass,
(deceased). Married June 30, 1897, Etta Ward Turner, of Hanover,
Mass. Children : George Washington, b. April 3, 1875 ; William Daniel,
b. July 9, 1876.

995. *CHARLES WESLEY YOUNG. B.A. A. A. <p. Born May
4, 1850, East Pittston, Me. Bookkeeper. Died 1902, Missoula, Mont.



CLASS OF 1873.

996. *ARTHUR PRINCE ADAMS. B.A., 1874; M.A, 1877.
SI>. T. Born November 29, 1847, Chelsea, Mass.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New England Conference, 1873-78.
Suspended by the conference on account of heresy. Preaching inde-
pendently, 1878-1920. Author: Bible Harmony; The True Basis of
Redemption, etc. Editor: The Spirit of the World, 1885-1920. Died
November 22, 1920, Meredith, N. H.

Married August 24, 1870, Addie A. Shaw, of Lynn, Mass., who died
September 14, 1902. Married April 5, 1905, Mrs. Ophelia G. Burroughs,
of Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Children: Arthur Franklin, b. November 17,
1871, d. April 10, 1907; Charles Wesley, b. April 9, 1875.

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997. "JOSEPH AUGUSTUS ADLINGTON. B.A. (salut.) ;
LL.B., Columbia University, 1875; M.A., Wesleyan, 1876. SK T.
<>. B. K. Born January 13, 1845, Woonsocket, R. I. Lawyer. Died
July 3, 1904, Rochester, N. Y.

998. *CHARLES WESLEY BOYD. B.A. ; M.A., 1879. A. K. E.
Born August 3, 1843, Frederick City, Md.

Assistant principal of Hackensack Academy, N. J., 1873-75. Studied
in Universities of Leipzig and Heidelberg, Germany, 1875-78; General
Theological Seminary, 1879. Principal of Hackensack Academy, N. J.,
1880-84. Studied in the Philadelphia Divinity School, Pa., 1884-87.
Head master of Yale Institute, Lancaster, Pa., 1887-88 ; Diocesan School
for Boys, Salem, N. Y. t 1888-91. Protestant Episcopal minister, St.
Paul's Church, Greenwich, N. Y., 1891-92; St. George's Church, West
Philadelphia, Pa., 1892-93; Glassboro, N. J., 1893-97; Tupper Lake,
N. Y., 1897-1917. Died November 2, 1917, Tupper Lake, N. Y.

Married July 7, 1887, Marie Louise Kerzman, of Ghent, Belgium.

999. *GEORGE JAY BROW T N. B.A.; B.D., Drew Theological
Seminary, 1876; M.A., Wesleyan, 1878. M>. T. 3>. B. K. Born Novem-
ber 12, 1839, Brainard, N. Y. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died
December i, 1880, Utica, N. Y.

1000. "WILLIAM BARNARD COLEMAN. B.A. ; M.A., Trinity
College, 1881. *. T. Born April 12, 1852, Elmira, N. Y. Brother of
Nos. 1073 and 1119. Rector, Protestant Episcopal Church. Died
November 14, 1904, Utica, N. Y.

1001. HERBERT HULL COSTON. B.A. A. A. *. Born June
9, 1849, Honesdale, Pa.

Studied law in Scranton, Pa., 1873-75. Practising law in Scranton,

Pa., 1875 . Official reporter for the courts of Lackawanna Co., Pa.,

1880 -.

Married August 15, 1895, Addie Belle Pinney, of Fargo, N. Dak.
Children: Carl Herbert, b. June 15, 1896; Laila Anabel, b. August 15,
1899.

Address : Scranton, Pa.

1002. FRANCIS HOWARD COUSENS. B.A. ; M.A., 1878.
Born April 9, 1851, Kennebunkport, Me. Brother of W. F. Cousens
(class of 1872).

With the firm E. Cousens & Sons, fire insurance, Kennebunkport, Me.,
1875 - (now owner and manager). Deputy collector of customs for
the District of Kennebunk, 1886-90, 1894-98.

Address : Kennebunkport, Me.

1003. NORMAN LANDON CRAMER. B.A. ; M.A, 1876. Born
October 15, 1844, Perry ville, N. Y.

Served in 2d N. Y. Cavalry, 1864-65. Principal of Ripley Female
College, Poultney, Vt, 1873-74. Principal of a public school, Portland,
Conn., 1874-76; a grammar school, Grand Rapids, Mich., 1876-77; public
schools, Baltic and Versailles, Conn., 1877-79. Clerk in book store,
Middletown, Conn., 1879-81. Assistant bookkeeper of a quarry company,
Portland, Conn., 1881-85. Wholesale dealer in leather findings and mill
supplies, Oneida, N. Y., 1885-1916. Treasurer, Oneida Cooperative Fire
Insurance Company, Rome, N. Y., 1897-1916. Retired, 1916. Delegate
to General Conference, M. E. Church, 1908.

Married November 26, 1878, M. Josephine Cady, of Portland, Conn.
Child: Myron Cady (No. 2411), b. November 6, 1881.

Address : 59^ Broad St., Oneida, N. Y.

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1004. LEONARD NEWMAN CUMMINGS. B.A. Born April
15, 1844, Albany, Me.

Served in 2Oth Maine Volunteers, 1862-65. Taught in Portland, Conn.,
1873-75; Boston, Mass.. 1875-76; Uxbridge, 1876-85; Walpole, 1885-88.
Manager for Gay Bros. & Co., subscription books, 1881-91 ; for New
England Memorial Company, Boston, Mass., 1891-1906. Special repre-
sentative for the Boston Consolidated Gas Company, 1906-16; Central
Trust Co., Cambridge, Mass., 1916 .

Married January I, 1873, Ella F. Cole, of Bryant Pond, Me. Children:
Leo M., b. April 6, 1877; Roy L., b. October 16, 1878; Mae Clotilde, b.
August 13, 1887.

Address : 223 W. Emerson St., Melrose, Mass.

1005. WILLIAM HENRY EUSTIS. B.A.; LL.B., Columbia Uni-
versity, 1874; M.A., Wesleyan, 1876. A. A. . 3>. B. K. Born July 17,
1845, Ox Bow, N. Y. Brother of No. 1043.

Studied in Columbia Law School, 1873-74. Practised law in Saratoga

Springs, N. Y., 1875-81 ; Minneapolis, Minn., 1881 . Mayor of

Minneapolis, 1893-94. Republican nominee for governor of Minnesota,
1898. Delegate to Republican National Convention, 1892, 1908. Special
commissioner to Hawaii, 1902.

Address : Corn Exchange, Minneapolis, Minn.

1006. EVERETT OLIN FISK. B.A.; M.A., 1876; LL.D, Olivet
College, 1915. 4>. N. 0. $>. B. K. Born August i, 1850, Marlboro, Mass.
Brother of No. 655.

Taught in Wallingford, Conn., 1873-74; Enfield, Conn., 1874-75. New
England agent for Ginn & Co., publishers, 1875-85. President of Fisk
Teachers' Agency, Boston, Mass, (with branches in other cities),

1885 . Lay delegate to General Conference, M. E. Church, 1892,

1916.

Married September 12, 1882, Helen Chase Steele, of Philadelphia, Pa.,
who died August 31, 1901. Married June 16, 1915, Louisa Holman
Richardson, of Olivet, Mich. Child : Harriet Storer, b. October 14, 1884
(B.A., Boston Univ., 1905).

Address : 2a Park St., Boston, Mass. Residence : 135 Winthrop Road,
Brookline, Mass.

1007. CHARLES HAMLIN FURBER. B.A. ; M.A., 1876. *. T.
Born November 25, 1850, Northfield, N. H. Brother of No. 846.

Bookkeeper, Holliston, Mass., 1873-77; Natick, 1877-78; Lowell,
1878-79; Boston, 1879-90. Stockbroker in Boston, Mass., 1890 .

Married July 20, 1881, Nellie Eliza Farquhar, of Holliston, Mass.
Children: Harold Farquhar, b. January 2, 1884; Charles Leicester, b.
October 23, 1886 (B.A., Harvard, 1908) ; Ruth Hazel, b. June 22, 1888
(B.A., Mount Holyoke, 1910) ; Doris Eliza, b. December 24, 1892.

Address : 35 Maple St., Milton, Mass.

1008. BENJAMIN EMMONS GERST. B.A. ; B.D., Drew Theo-
logical Seminary, 1875; M.A., Wesleyan, 1876. A. K. E. Born Novem-
ber 20, 1848, Williamsburg, N. Y.

Taught school near Madison, N. J., 18/3-74. Studied in Drew Theolog-
ical Seminary, 1874-75. Methodist Episcopal minister, New York East
Conference, 1875-78. Withdrew from the conference, 1878. Engaged
in private tutoring, and in business, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1878-79. Taught
in Millers Place, N. Y., 1879-80; Centre Moriches, 1 880-8 1 ; Moriches,

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1881-82. Principal of a graded school, Elmont, N. Y., 1882-84; Union-
dale, 1884-85; Northport, 1885-87; Crab Meadow, 1888-90; Maspeth,
1890-92. Studied at Long Island Business College, Brooklyn, N. Y..
1892. Taught in Heidenfeldt Institute, New York, N. Y., 1893-95.
Private tutor, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1896. Taught in Moriches, N. Y., 1897.
Bookkeeper, Freeport, Rockville Centre, and Brooklyn, N. Y., 1900-07.
Author: Tables of Comparison.

Married April 19, 1876, Ann Amelia Gothard, of Cypress Hills, N. Y.

Address : 920 Park Place, Brooklyn, N. Y.

1009. COLERIDGE ALLEN HART. B.A. ; M.A., 1876; LL.B.,
Columbia University, 1877. A. A. . Born July n, 1852, Peekskill,
N. Y.

Studied law in Peekskill, N. Y., 1873-75 ; Columbia Law School, 1875-
79. Practising law, New York, N. Y., 1879 .

Married December 31, 1885, Sara Estelle Wells, of Salisbury, Conn.
Children: Coleridge Taylor, b. October 28, 1890, d. in infancy; Cole-
ridge Wells (No. 3418). b. September 6, 1894.

Address : 35 Nassau St., New York, N. Y.

1010. *GEORGE BURLEIGH FOOTE HINCKLEY. B.A. ;
M.A., 1876. A. K. E. Born September 2, 1848, Osterville, Mass.
Teacher. Died July 8, 1888, Providence, R. I.

1011. *AMOS HOWARD HOAGLAND. B.A.; LL.B., Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania, 1875. Born January 8, 1851, Danville, N. J.
Lawyer. Died October 30, 1882.

1012. STEPHEN JUDSON KIRBY. B.A. ; M.A, 1876. 3>. N. 0.
Born May 10, 1847, Westport, Mass.

Bookkeeper, Lowell, Mass., 1873-80; Woonsocket, R. I., 1880-81.
Assistant treasurer of Lowell, Mass., 1883.
Address : R. F. D. 5, Vancouver, Wash.

1013. OLIN LEVINGS LIVESEY. B.A.; M.A., 1876. *. T.
Born October 14, 1849, Nantucket, Mass.

On the staff of The New York Tribune, N. Y., 1873-74. Taught in
Ledyard, Conn., 1874-75. With a firm of wholesale druggists, New
London, Conn., 1875-76. With the Acid. Pump and Siphon Company,
New London, Conn., 1877-78; secretary and treasurer, 1879-81. Man-
ager and secretary of the Livesey Manufacturing Company, New London,
Conn., 1 88 1 -86. Delegate from Connecticut to the International Sunday-
School Convention at Chicago, 1886. In the real estate business, Los
Angeles, Cal., 1887-88. Managed a wheat ranch near Fairmont, Cal.,
1888-96. Manager of the Manzana Colony, Cal., 1896-1901. In the real
estate and insurance business, Pasadena, Cal., 1901-02. Deputy city



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