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assessor and tax collector, Pasadena, Cal., 1902-05. Clerk of Superior
Court, Los Angeles, Cal., 1905 .

Married October 14, 1878, Jennie A. Viets, of East Granby, Conn., who
died March 2, 1902. Married September 29, 1903, Mrs. Julia C. Sweeney,
of Dayton, Ohio. Children : Olin William, b. July 18, 1879, d. August 8,
1917; John Jay Viets, b. April 17, 1881 (B.S., Univ. of California,
1906), d. February 2, 1912; Carl Hubert, b. October 24, 1890 (adopted
by an uncle; name changed to Carl Livesey Viets) ; Ruth, b. April 6,
1895, m- Charles Keith Green.

Address : 640 Galena Ave., Pasadena, Cal.

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1014. *DELMAR RIAL LOWELL. B.A.; M.A., 1876; D.D.,
Ohio Wesleyan University, 1889. A. K. E. 4>. B. K. Born November
29, 1844, South Valley, N. Y.

Served in 121 st N. Y. Volunteers, 1864-65. Studied in School of
Theology, Boston University, 1873-74. Methodist Episcopal minister,
Troy Conference. 1874-90. Post chaplain, U. S. Army, 1890-97. Chap-
lain-in-chief, G. A. R., 1892-93. Retired from U. S. Army, with rank of
captain, 1897. Promoted to major in the U. S. Army, 1904. Chaplain,
Connecticut House of Representatives, 1901-03. Author: The Historic
Genealogy of the Lowells in America. Died February i, 1912, Wash-
ington, D. C.

Married January 26, 1876, Irene Maynard, of Stamford, N. Y., who
died March 7, 1877. Married June 26, 1879, Hattie A. Davis, of Middle-
town, Conn. Children: May Irene, b. December 16, 1881 ; Roy Delmar,
b. September 16, 1884; Eloise Aristine, b. April 10, 1887 (deceased);
Elsie Geraldine, b. April 10, 1887 (deceased) ; Alwilda Grace, b. Octo-
ber 14, 1889; Percival Davis, b. March 12, 1893.



1015. GEORGE ASBURY McLAUGHLIN. B.A.; M.A., 1876;
D.D., Taylor University, 1903. A. A. $. Born October 13, 1851, Nashua,
N. H.

Principal of High School, New Market, N. H., 1873-74. Methodist
Episcopal minister, New Hampshire Conference, 1875-92. In evangelistic
work, Chicago, 111., 1892-1909. President, Central Holiness University,
1909-16. Pastor, Trinity Missionary Church, Los Angeles, Cal. ; taught
in California Bible College and Friends' Training School, 1919-21
(president, 1920-21). Author: Commentaries on St. Matthew, St. Mark,
St. Luke, St. John; a number of devotional works. Editor: The Chris-
tian Witness, Chicago, 111., 1891 .

Married October 27, 1875, Mary Ella Henshaw, of Middletown, Conn.,
who died January 21, 1910. Married October 27, 1915, Mrs. Jennie
Reeves Walker. Children : Mary Hendley, b. December 9, 1876, m.
Rev. Herbert Boase; Grace Irene, b. January 2, 1880, m. J. H. Conroy

Address : 867 N. Edgemont St., Los Angeles, Cal.



1010. *EDWARD MESLER. B.A.; M.A., 1876. A. K. E. Born
March 22, 1842, Jackson, N. J. Brother of No. 1017. Methodist Epis-
copal minister. Died January n, 1882, Clarksboro, N. J.

1017. IVINS ASHTON MESLER. B.A. ; M.A., 1876. A. K. E.
Born November 25, 1838, Jackson, N. J. Brother of No. 1016.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New England Conference, 1873-1910.
Superannuated, 1910.

Married September 20, 1874, Mary A. Sanborn, of Lakeside, Mich.
Children: Cyrus Eastman, b. June 23, 1875, d. March 31, 1905; Clinton
Sanborn, b. November 28, 1880 (M.S., Worcester Polytechnic Institute) ;
Raymond Carlton, b. November 5, 1883, d. June 26, 1887.

Address : 88 Wolcott Ave., Beacon, N. Y.

1018. *HINCKLEY GILBERT MITCHELL. B.A. (valedic.} ;
M.A., 1876; B.D., Boston University, 1876; Ph.D., University of Leip-
zig, 1879; D.D., Mount Union College, 1888, and Wesleyan, 1901.
A. A. 4>. $. B. K. Born February 22, 1846, Lee, N. Y. Brother of
No. 1541.

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Studied in School of Theology, Boston University, 1873-76; University
of Leipzig, Germany, 1876-79. Methodist Episcopal minister, Central
New York Conference, 1879-80. Tutor in Latin and Hebrew, Wesleyan
University, 1880-83. Instructor in Hebrew and Old Testament Exegesis,
School of Theology, Boston University, 1883-84; Professor of Hebrew
and Old Testament Exegesis, and Instructor in the Semitic Languages,
1884-1905; Instructor in the Semitic Languages, 1905-06. Engaged in
literary work, 1906-10. Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament Liter-
ature, School of Theology, Tufts College, 1910. Lecturer, Harvard
Summer School of Theology, 1899, 1910; Supply Professor, University
of Chicago Summer School, 1914. Director, American School for
Oriental Study and Research, 1901-02. Author: Hebrew Lessons;
Amos, an Essay in Exegesis ; Theology of the Old Testament ; Isaiah,
a Study of Chapjers I-XII ; The World Before Abraham; Tales Told in
Palestine (with J. E. Hanauer) ; Haggai and Zachariah (International
Commentary) ; Genesis (Bible for Home and School) ; Ethics of the
Old Testament. Died May 19, 1920, Boston, Mass.

Married June 29, 1880, Alice Sanford, of Alton, 111.



1019. *ARTHUR TAYLOR NEALE. B.A. ; M.A., 1876; Ph.D.
(Hon.), Rutgers College, 1881. ^. T. Born October 14, 1852, Middle-
town, Conn.

Graduate student, Wesleyan University, 1873-74; Assistant in Chemis-
try, 1874-76; Instructor in Chemistry, 1876-77. Studied in University of
Greifswald, Germany, 1877-78. Assistant in chemical laboratory of
Experiment Station, Halle, Germany, 1878-80. Chemist, State Agricul-
tural Experiment Station, New Brunswick, N. J., 1880-89. Traveled
and studied in Germany, Holland, Belgium, and France, 1888. Director
of Delaware College Agricultural Experiment Station, 1889-1917. Died
September 10, 1917 \ Newark, Del.

1020. *ISAAC HENRY PACKARD. B.A.; M.A., 1876. *. T.
. B. K. Born May 2, 1846, Somerville, Me.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New England Conference, 1873-1910.
Supernumerary, 1910. Author : History of Methodism in Charlestown.
Died February i, 1915, Boston, Mass.

Married June 26, 1873, Charlotte Vincent Smith, of Chicopee, Mass.,
who died October I, 1875. Married May i, 1879, Charlotte Huldah
Oliver, of Lynn, Mass., who died December 24, 1903. Married April 17,
1907, Grace Gertrude Smith. Children: Frederick Henry, b. May 7,
1875 (B.A., Harvard, 1898) ; William Oliver, b. March 13, 1880; Bertha
May, b. April 13, 1881 ; Annie Louise, b. January 8, 1886.



1021. *WILBUR MERTON PALMER. B.A. ; M.A., 1877. A. A. $.
$. B. K. Born October 6, 1850, Winterton, N. Y. Brother of No. 1051.

Principal of a public school, Richville, N. Y., 1873-75; Scarsdale,
N. Y., 1875-76; Southington, Conn., 1876-78. Reporter on The New
York Tribune, N. Y., 1878-95. Secretary to the Mayor of Brooklyn,
1895-98. On the editorial staff of The New York Tribune, 1898-1908;
of The Brooklyn Eagle, 1908-13; of The Brooklyn Standard-Union,
1913-17. Died December 15, 1917, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Married September 26, 1882, Anna Mary Palmer, of Poughkeepsie,
N. Y. Children: Anita White, b. November 17, 1887, d. May 3, 1905;
Dorrance Wilson, b. June 15, 1889; Burton, b. November 29, 1892;
Harold Stanton, b. April 20, 1898; Katharine Sloane, b. March 3, 1900.

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1022. BENJAMIN BENNETT PENFIELD. B.A. ; M.A., 1876;
Ph.D., University of Nashville, 1893. ^. T. Born November 14, 1843,
Stepney, Conn.

Served in 6th Conn. Volunteers ; promoted to first lieutenant and adju-
tant, 1862-65. Traveled in Europe; studied in the University of Leipzig,
Germany, 1873-75. Taught in Fort Edward Institute, N. Y., 1875-76.
Professor of Languages in Xenia College, Ohio, 1876-77. Principal of
Commercial and Military Institute, Bridgeport, Conn., 1877-83. Profes-
sor of Biology, Peabody Normal College, University of Nashville, Tenn.,
1883-99. Cashier, Davidson County, Nashville, Tenn., 1903-07. Retired,
engaged in study, 1907 .

Married, 1873, Emilie Schneider, of Leipzig, Germany, who died
November 17, 1903. Married November 22, 1904, Sarah Adaline Roop,
of Nashville, Tenn. Children : Andrew J., b. September 19, 1874 (B.S.,
Univ. of Nashville, 1897) ; Elsa Maria, b. March i, 1878, d. December 2,
1885.

Address: R. F. D. 7, Nashville, Tenn.



1023. *ANDRAL LAMARTINE RUSSELL. B.A. <i>. N. e.
<i>. B. K. Born October 12, 1849, Conway, N. H. Brother of Nos. 1159,
1367, 1399, and 1765, and of W. A. Russell (class of 1878). Died May
29, 1874, Middletown, Conn.



1024. HENRY THORNE SELL. B.A. ; M.A., 1876; B.D., Yale
University, 1877; D-D., Ripon College, 1902. *-. T. Born September 30,
1852, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Taught in Chamberlain Institute, Randolph, N. Y., 1873-74. Studied
in Yale Divinity School, 1874-77. Pastor of Congregational Church,
Lysander, N. Y., 1877-81; Cortland, N. Y., 1881-86. Secretary of the
Congregational Sunday School and Publishing Society, Chicago, 111.,
1886-92. Pastor of Union Congregational Church, Chicago, 111., 1892-96.
Engaged in lecturing, preaching, and writing, 1896-98. Pastor of Cove-
nant Congregational Church, Chicago, 111., 1898-1901. One of the editors
of The Advance, Chicago, 1901-02. Engaged in lecturing, preaching, and
writing, 1903-06. Pastor of Congregational Church, Fort Wayne, Ind.,

1906-10; Jacksonville, Fla., 1912-16; Kenosha, Wis., 1918 . Author:

Ten books of Bible studies; The Twentieth Century Story of the New
Testament.

Married November 21, 1888, Mary Blackman, of White Water, Wis.
Child: Henry Blackman, b. November, 1889.

Address : 260 Park Place, Kenosha, Wis.



1025. *JOEL OSMON SHERBURN. B.A.; M.A., 1876. *. T.
$. B. K. Born November 21, 1845, Plainfield, Vt. Methodist Episcopal
minister. Died May 13, 1906, Bradford, Vt.



1026. *GEORGE WASHINGTON SHONK. B.A. A. A. $. Born
April 26, 1850, Plymouth, Pa. Lawyer. U. S. Congressman. Died
August 14, 1900, Washington, D. C.

1027. *GEORGE HENRY SMITH. B.A.; LL.B., Boston Uni-
versity, 1875. * T. $. B. K. Born January 10, 1850, Dover, N. H.
Lawyer. Died January 30, 1887, Chicago, 111.

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1028. MARCUS LORENZO TAFT. B.A.; M.A., 1876; B.D.,
Drew Theological Seminary, 1877; D.D., Wesleyan, 1893. $. N. 0.
f>. B. K. Born August 2, 1850, Brooklyn, N. Y. Brother of No. 1194,
and of J. H. Taft (class of 1874).

Clerk in an importing and drug store, New York, N. Y., 1873-75.
Studied in Drew Theological Seminary, 1875-77; in the Universities of
Leipzig, Bonn, and Heidelberg, Germany, 1877-79. Traveled in Greece,
Turkey, Palestine, and Egypt, 1879-80. Joined New York East Confer-
ence, Methodist Episcopal Church, 1880. Missionary at Kiu-Kiang,
China, 1880-82; Chin-Kiang, 1882-84; Tientsin, 1884-85 ; Peking,
1885-88. On furlough in the United States, 1888-90. Missionary at
Tientsin, China, 1890-91 ; Peking, 1891-94. Professor of Historical
Theology, Wiley School of Theology, Peking University, China, 1892-94.
On furlough, 1894-95. Missionary at Tientsin, China, 1896-99. On
furlough, 1899-1901. Stationed at Adams, N. Y., 1901-03; Clinton,
1903-05. Missionary at Tientsin, China, 1905-07; Changli, 1907-09. On
furlough, 1909-10. Engaged in Layman's Missionary Movement, 1909-11.
Stationed at Good Ground, N. Y., 1911-13. Retired, 1913. Professor on
Missions, Atlanta Theological Seminary (Congregational), Ga., 1921.
Author: Strange Siberia, 1911.

Married September 29, 1882, Emily Louise Kellogg, of St. Louis, Mo.,
who died February 28, 1902. Married July 5, 1905, Mrs. Mary Swail
Wilkinson, of Herkimer, N. Y. Children: Frances Louise, b. April 2,
1887 (B.A., Wellesley), m. Fred M. Pyke; Marcus Lorenzo, b. May 26,
1889, d. May 30, 1889; Dwight Sanford, b. January 29, 1891; Marion
Leonora, b. August 2, 1907 ; Louise Swail, b. January 22, 1910.

Address: 114 W. I2th St., Atlanta, Ga.

1029. *GEORGE BICKFORD DAVEY TOY. B.A. ; M.A, 1876.
A. K. E. Born March 18, 1852, Simsbury, Conn. Manufacturer. Died
March 25, 1881, Cromwell, Conn.

1030. ALFRED CHARLES TRUE. B.A.; M.A., 1876; Ph.D.,
Erskine College, 1886 ; Sc.D., Wesleyan, 1906. 3>. N. 0. $. B. K. Born
June 5, 1853, Middletown, Conn. Son of Professor C. K. True;
brother of No. 528.

Principal of High School, Essex, N. Y., 1873-75. Taught in Massa-
chusetts State Normal School, Westfield, Mass., 1875-82. Graduate
student in Harvard University, 1882-83. Instructor in Greek and Latin,
Wesleyan University, 1884-88. Editor, in office of Experiment Stations,
U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, Washington, D. C., 1888-91 ; assistant
director, 1891-93; director, 1893-1915; director, States Relations Service,

1915 . President, Association of American Agricultural Colleges and

Experiment Stations, 1914 ; Dean of Graduate School of Agriculture of
that association, 1902-16. Chairman of delegates representing the United
States at International Institute of Agriculture, Rome, Italy, 1913. In
charge of expenditure of national appropriations for stimulating pro-
duction and conservation of food, 1917-18. Author: Numerous reports
and bulletins, published by U. S. Dept. of Agriculture. Editor-in-chief :
Experiment Station Record; Experiment Station Work; periodicals of
U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, etc. Contributor on agricultural subjects to
International Encyclopedia and Year Book, and Webster's International
Dictionary.

Married November 23, 1875, Emma Rebecca Fortune, of Essex, N. Y.
Children: Elizabeth Fortune, b. September 17, 1887 (B.A., Goucher
College, 1910) ; Henry Hyde (No. 3133), b. May 9, 1893.

Address: 1604 I7th St., N. W., Washington, D. C.

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CLASS OF J874*

1031. *BENJAMIN JARVIS ADAMS. B.A.; M.A., 1877; M.D.,
Columbia University, 1877. ^. T. Born November 13, 1852, Amenia,
N. Y. Physician. Died July, 1890, New Orleans, La.

1032. *ALBERT LA FOREST BACHELLER. B.A.; M.A., 1877.
SP-. T. Born September 6, 1848, Lowell, Mass.

Principal of Colburn Grammar School, Lowell, Mass., 1874-80 ; Greene
School, Lowell, Mass., 1880-1914. Died October 8, 1914, Lowell, Mass.

Married December 25, 1878, Annie Fay, of Lowell, Mass. Children :
Alice Helen, b. September 28, 1879; Mary Fay, b. July 10, 1884, d. April
6, 1892.

1033. *FORREST EDSON BARKER. B.A. (gen. hon., ist
grade) ; M.A., 1877. A. K. E. <. B. K. Born September 29, 1853,
Exeter, N. H.

Studied law in Worcester, Mass., 1874-75; Law School of Boston
University, 1875-76. .Practised law in Worcester, Mass., 1876-88. Mem-
ber of Board of School Committee, Worcester, Mass., 1881-87. Member
of Massachusetts House of Representatives, 1883-84. Member of State
Board of Gas and Electric Light Commissioners, 1885-1914; chairman
of the Board, 1894-1914. Died November 21, 1914, Washington, D. C.

Married August n, 1881, Flora I. Hovey, of Worcester, Mass.
Children: Luliona May, b. October 20, 1884 (B.A., Smith, 1907) ;
Stanley Gilman (No. 2723), b. November 26, 1887.

1034. "JOSHUA ROGERS BUCKELEW. B.A. ; B.D., Drew
Theological Seminary, 1877. ^>. T. Born March 3, 1851, Brooklyn,
N. Y. Methodist Episcopal minister, later in business. Died September
22, 1905, Brooklyn, N. Y.

1035. *JOSEPH CHESTER BURKE. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd
grade) ; M.A., 1877. i>. N. 6. $. B. K. Born October 31, 1853, Middle-
town, Conn. Son of No. 92. Teacher. Died June 27, 1885, Middletown,
Conn.

1036. *WILLIAM JOHN CHAPMAN. B.A.; M.A., 1877.
A. K. E. Born November 19, 1847, Norwich, England.

Principal of Union High School, Morris, N. Y., 1874-75 ; High
School, Newport, Vt., 1875-76. Methodist Episcopal minister, Troy
Conference, 1876-1918. Trustee of Wesleyan University, 1904-10. Died
October 26, 1918, Glens Falls, N. Y.

Married September i, 1874, Wilhelmina Hawley Munn, of Manchester,
Vt, who died October 28, 1878. Married November 12, 1879, Jennie
Mary Purdy, of Manchester, Vt. Children : Ellen Maria, b. November
16, 1877; William Munn, b. October 16, 1878, d. March 3, 1879; Mary
Ethel, b. October 21, 1880, m. G. E. Stannard; Arthur William (No.
2357), b. December 21, 1881 ; James Norton, b. December 24, 1883;
Frank Augustus, b. January 9, 1885.

1037. MORRIS BARKER CRAWFORD. B.A. (gen. hon., ist
grade) ; M.A., 1877. 3>. N. 0. 3>. B. K. Born September 26, 1852,
Ossining, N. Y.

Tutor in Mathematics, Wesleyan University, 1874-77. Studied in Uni-
versities of Leipzig and Berlin, Germany, 1877-80. Instructor in Physics,

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Wesleyan University, 1 880-8 1 ; Associate Professor of Physics, 1881-84;
Professor of Physics, 1884-1921 ; Professor emeritus, 1921 . Trav-
eled in the West for his health, 1882-83. Traveled and studied in Europe,
1895-96.

Married December 25, 1883, Caroline Laura Rice (No. 1233), of
Springfield, Mass. Children : Holmes, b. 1884, d. 1886 ; Frederick North
(No. 2665), b. January 15, 1886; Margaret (No. 2841), b. April 19, 1889.

Address : Middletown, Conn.

1038. *ALBERT PRESCOTT DOE. B.A. ; M.A., 1877. A. K. E.
Born September 16, 1848, Vassalboro, Me. School principal. Died July
27, 1899, Exeter, N. H.

1039. DANIEL DORCHESTER. B.A., 1874 (gen. hon., 2nd
grade) ; Ph.D., Boston University, 1891 ; D.D., Wesleyan, 1900. ^. T.
$. B. K. Born April 28, 1851, Dudley, Mass.

Taught in Vermont Conference Seminary, Montpelier, Vt, 1874-76.
Methodist Episcopal minister, New England Conference, 1875-83. Pro-
fessor of English Literature and Political Economy, Boston University,
1883-95. Studied in Europe, 1886-87. Lecturer in the Emerson School
of Oratory, Boston, 1891-95. Professor of the English Language and
Literature, Boston University, 1895. Methodist Episcopal minister,
Pittsburgh, St. Louis, and New York East Conferences, 1895-1916.
Lecturer in Boston University, 1917-18. Delegate to General Conference,
M. E. Church, 1908. Author : Sovereign People ; Bolshevism and Social
Revolt', numerous articles in the publications of the New Shakespeare
Society of London, Poet Lore, and The Methodist Review.

Married July I, 1875, Cleora Elizabeth Clark. Children: Daniel
Clark, b. April 17, 1876; Mary Wright, b. July 10, 1878, m. George
Hatch, Jr. ; Elizabeth Wildman, b. October 22, 1879 ; Paul, b. September
21, 1882; Howard Dunn, b. September 5, 1885, d. November 27, 1889.

Address : Westbury, L. I., N. Y.

1040. *GEORGE BORDEN DORSETT. B.A.; M.A., 1877.
$. N. 0. Born August 27, 1850, Middletown, N. J. Lawyer. Died
October 14, 1882, Keyport, N. J.

1041. THEODORE AUGUSTUS DUNCAN. B.A. (gen. hon.,
2nd grade) ; M.A., 1877. A. K. E. Born April 13, 1849, North Clove,
N. Y. Brother of No. 1173.

Principal of High School, Hammonton, N. J., 1874-76. Professor of
Latin and Mathematics, Upper Iowa University, 1876-79. In business in
Fayette, Iowa, 1879-85. Professor of Mathematics, Dakota University,
1885-92; Professor of History, 1893-1907. Retired, 1907. Died August
13, 1917, Los Angeles, Cal.

Married February 14, 1900, Stella E. Friars, of Hazelton, Iowa. Chil-
dren : Donald Theodore, b. March u, 1901 ; Dorothy, b. August 31, 1904.

1042. *GEORGE RUSSELL EMERSON. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd
grade) ; M.A., 1877. A. A. 3>. <. B. K. Born February 4, 1849, Rox-
bury, Mass. Brother of No. 913.

Engaged in manufacturing, West Somerville, Mass., 1874-94. Taught
in Chatham, Mass., 1894-97. In business in Boston, Mass., 1897-1912.
Died March n, 1912, Watertown, Mass.

Married November 10, 1875, Bessie N. Rogers, of Watertown, Mass.

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1043. JOHN EDWARD EUSTIS. B.S.; LL.B, Columbia Uni-
versity, 1877; LL.D., Wesleyan, 1910. A. A. 3>. 3>. B. K. Born Janu-
ary 17, 1847, Limerick, N. Y. Brother of No. 1005.

Served in Co. M, 20th N. Y. Cavalry, 1864-65. Civil engineer in New
York, N. Y., 1874-77. Studied in Columbia Law School, 1875-77. Prac-
tising law in New York, N. Y., 1877 . Commissioner, Board of

Education of New York City, 1896-99. Park Commissioner for the
Bronx, New York City, 1902-03. Member of Public Service Commis-
sion, New York City, 1907-14. Trustee of Wesleyan University,
1912 .

Married September 21, 1881, Minnie Rutty, of New York, N. Y., who
died January 6, 1892. Married May 31, 1894, Mrs. Permelia A. Quack-
enbos, of Brooklyn, N. Y. Children: John Rutty, b. August 19, 1882;
Mary, b. December 24, 1883; Sarah Elise, b. March 31, 1885, m. W. D.
Cameron; Helen Frances, b. June 25, 1887, m. Rev. Francis M. Edwards;
William Henry, b. January 4, 1889, d. July n, 1889; Constance, b.
February n, 1890, m. Rev. John W. Moore; Edwin Markwick (No.
3075), b. December 15, 1891; Elmer Tice (No. 3233), b. March 26,
1895; Richard Clinton, b. April 12, 1899 (class of 1923).

Address : 200 Broadway, New York, N. Y.

1044. *LEVI GILBERT. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd grade); M.A.,
1877; D.D., Hamline University, 1888, and Wesleyan, 1900; B.D.
(Hon.), Drew Theological Seminary, 1902; LL.D., Moores Hill College,
1905; LittD., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1907. A. K. E. $. B. K.
Born August 23, 1852, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Studied in Drew Theological Seminary, 1874-75. Methodist Episcopal
minister, Minnesota, Puget Sound, East Ohio, and New York East
Conferences, 1875-1900. Editor, Western Christian Advocate, 1900-17.
Delegate to General Conference, M. E. Church, 1904, '08; Federal
Council of Churches in America, 1906, '08. Author: Side Lights on
Immortality; Visions of the Christ; Incense (poems) ; The Hereafter
and Heaven. Died December 24, 1917, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Married August 4, 1875, Annie Louise Murphy, of Dixon/Ill, who
died February 4, 1885. Married February 9, 1887, Jennie Cole, of
Winona, Minn. Children: Paul Thomas, b. May 15, 1876 (B.A., Yale,
1901); Frances Elva, b. February 16, 1878, m. T. J. Goe; Harold
Arthur, b. February i, 1880 (Ph.B., Yale, 1901) ; Helen Irma, b.
October 10, 1882 (B.A., Western College, 1907) ; Donald Monroe (No.
2677), b. May 16, 1888; Mary Alice, b. June 22, 1889.

1045. *JOSEPH BROWN HAMBLEN. B.A. ; B.D., Boston Uni-
versity, 1878. ^. T. Born June 8, 1849, Boston, Mass.

Taught in Sandwich, N. H., 1874-75. Studied in School of Theology,
Boston University, 1875-78. Preached in M. E. Church, Tisbury, Mass.,
1879-80; South Carver, Mass., 1880-81. Agent for Metropolitan Life
Insurance Company, Boston, Mass., 1881-82. Proof-reader, Boston,
Mass., 1882-85; Greenfield, 1885-87; Boston, 1887-1917. Died January
7, 1917, Winchester, Mass.

Married June I, 1897, Julia Eleanor Chapman, of Millstream, N. B.,
Canada.

1046. *GEORGE HENRY HARDY. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd grade) ;
B.D., Drew Theological Seminary, 1876; M.A., Wesleyan, 1877. A. K. E.
4>. B. K Born November 15, 1849, Brookline, N. H.

Studied in Drew Theological Seminary, 1874-76. Principal of Spring
Valley Academy, Madison, N. J., 1874-75. Taught in Madison Institute,

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N. J., 1875-76. Methodist Episcopal minister, New Hampshire Confer-
ence, 1876-96. Conference historian, 1896-1920. Superintendent ^ of
schools, Grantham, N. H., 1884-85. Member of Board of Education,
Charlestown, N. H., 1891-92. Died July I, 1920, Haverhill, Mass.

Married May 24, 1876, Frances Emma Guy, of Middletown, Conn.
Children : Frank Lapham, b. March 23, 1877 ; Blanche Guy, b. August
20, 1879 (B.A., Smith, 1903), m. Professor Moritz Schlick; Grace May,
b. February 17, 1882; Elmer Merton, b. August n, 1887.

1047. *THOMAS BOND LINDSAY. B.A. (gen. hon., ist grade) ;
M.A., 1877; Ph.D., Boston University, 1882. $. N. 0. <J>. B. K. Born
April 28, 1853, New York, N. Y. Son of No. 127. College professor.
Died July 22, 1909, Glenview, Ky.

1048. WILLIAM WALLACE MARTIN. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd
grade}; B.D., Drew Theological Seminary, 1877; M.A., Wesleyan,
1886. <. N. 9. $. B. K. Born June 25, 1851, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Taught in preparatory department, Drew Theological Seminary,
Madison, N. J., 1874-76. Studied in Drew Theological Seminary,
1874-77; Universities of Leipzig and Bonn, Germany, 1878-79; Union
Theological Seminary, 1882. Methodist Episcopal minister, New York
East Conference, 1879-83. Supernumerary; studied in Syria, 1883-84.
Professor of Hebrew, School of Theology, De Pauw University, 1885-86;
Vanderbilt University, 1886-94. Western agent of American University,
Washington, D. G, 1895-97. Lecturer on Fine Arts, Syracuse Univer-
sity, 1898-99. Secretary, American University, 1900-01. Supernumer-
ary, 1902-04. Assistant editor, Sunday school periodicals, 1905-09.
Conference historian, 1909-20. Author: Epworth Catechism of Chris-
tian Doctrine, 1894; Manual of Ecclesiastical Architecture, 1897; The
Tor a of Moses, 1900; The Law and the Covenant, 1902.

Married September 4, 1890, Elizabeth Hayes, of Brentwood, Tenn.
Child : Emily.

Address : 1930 Orrington Ave., Evariston, 111.

1049. "CHARLES FOSTER MERRILL. B.A.; M.A., 1877.
A. K. E. <i>. B. K. Born June 15, 1852, Rockville, Conn. Brother of
No. 1280.

Studied in Boston, Mass., 1874-75. Sub-master of a grammar school,
Salem, Mass., 1875. Master of a grammar school, Hyde Park, Mass.,
1875-76; Bennington, Vt, 1876-77. Superintendent of schools, Cornish,
N. H., 1877-78. Taught in Cathedral School, Garden City, N. Y.,
1878-80. Principal of High School, Ware, Mass., 1880-83. Superin-



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