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tendent of schools, Willimantic, Conn., 1883-87; Cohoes, N. Y., 1887-88;
Dover, N. J., 1888-91. Institute lecturer, 1891-92. Not engaged in
active work, on account of illness, 1892-93. Editor, Tribune, Middle-
town, Conn., 1893-1902. Engaged in newspaper work in Boston and
Westfield, Mass., 1902-10. Editor, Daily Republican, Millville, N. J.,
1910-11. Died July 10, 1911, Millville, N. J.

Married August 7, 1874, Mary P. Mann, of Ipswich, Mass., who died
October 26, 1884. Married August 4, 1886, Ella Chandler, of Willi-
mantic, Conn. Children: Sarah Foster, b. March 30, 1876; Mary
Ethel, b. April 16, 1878, m. J. R. Williams ; Bertha, b. January 6, 1881 ;
Charles Harold, b. May 12, 1883 ; Frederick May, b. September 30,
1884, d. August i, 1885; Frank Chandler, b. April 24, 1887; Howard
Leslie, b. July 25, 1890; Winifred Chandler, b. December i, 1892; Jean
Chandler, b. July i, 1897.

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1050. *GEORGE WESLEY OSGOOD. B.A.; B.D., Bangor
Theological Seminary, 1877. A. K. E. Born April 27, 1851, Bangor, Me.

Studied in Bangor Theological Seminary, Me., 1874-77. Pastor of
Congregational churches, Vermont, Massachusetts, and Canada, 1877-
1902. In the insurance business, Boston, Mass., 1903-19. Died May 28,
1919, Lynn, Mass.

Married October 6, 1881, Clara Agnes Peck, of Barre, Vt. Children :
Helen Flora, b. August 23, 1884 (B.A., Boston Univ., 1907) ; Rachel
Clara, b. May 28,. 1886 (B.A., Boston Univ., 1909) ; George Wesley, b.
November 15, 1888; Margaret Scott, b. September 8, 1891 (B.A., Boston
Univ., 1914).; Elizabeth Josephine, b. June 9, 1893, d. June n, 1893;
Dorothea Lowell, b. August 25, 1894.

1051. AfRCHIE] EMERSON PALMER. B.A. (gen. hon., ist
grade) ; M.A., 1877. A. A. <S>. $. B. K. Born January 13, 1853, Winter-
ton, N. Y. Brother of No. 1021.

Reporter for The New York Tribune, N. Y., 1874-80; assistant city
editor, 1880-87; editorial writer, 1887-98. Secretary of the Board of

Education, New York City, 1898 . Editorially connected with The

New Princeton Review and The North American Review, 1888-92.
Author : The New York Public School, 1905.

Married September 26, 1876, Mattie Leavens, of Brooklyn, N. Y., who
died January 9, 1880. Married October 12, 1881, Mrs. Rebecca Learned
Trail, of Brooklyn, N. Y., who died April 2. 1911. Married November
2, 1912, Mrs. Jessie De Freest Sullivan, of Brooklyn, N. Y. Children:
Bert Leavens, b. August 20, 1877, d. January 20, 1882; Arthur Roy, b.
December 31, 1882, d. February 18, 1906; Mary Learned, b. January 17,
1888 (B.A., Smith College, 1909), m. Raymond Tifft Fuller.

Address : 500 Park Ave., New York, N. Y.

1052. FRANCIS HUBERT PARKER. B.A. (gen. hon., ist
grade) ; LL.B., Yale University, 1876. $. N. 9. $. B. K. Born Sep-
tember 23, 1850, East Haddam, Conn.

Studied law, 1874-76. Taught in Enfield, Conn., 1875. Studied in

Yale Law School, 1875-76. Practising law in Hartford, Conn., 1876 .

Member of Connecticut Legislature, 1878, '80, 1909. Prosecuting attor-
ney for the city of Hartford, Conn., 1887-91, 1894-95, IQI5-I7- Referee
in bankruptcy for Hartford County, 1898-1900. U. S. Attorney, District
of Connecticut, 1900-08. Corporation Counsel, city of Hartford, 1908-10.
Trustee, Connecticut School for Boys, 1898-1909; president of the
Board, 1899-1909.

Married December 9, 1891, Mrs. Adelaide (Leeds) Fowler, of New
London, Conn.

Address : 902 Main St., Hartford, Conn.

1053. *WESLEY ULYSSES PEARNE. B.A, 1875. A. K. E.
Born April i, 1851, New York, N. Y.

Instructor of Music in city schools, Middletown, Conn, 1874-75.
Studied law in Middletown, 1875-79. Practised law in Middletown,
1879-1917. Member of Middletown Common Council, 1880-82. Clerk
of the City Court, 1879-95; judge, 1895-1917. Trustee of Wesleyan
University, 1902-17. Died July 5, 1917, Middletown, Conn.

Married April 25, 1883, Harriette C. Arnold, of Middletown, Conn.

1054. GEORGE ADELBERT PERRY. B.A. ; M.A, 1877. A. K. E.
Born June 2, 1845, Richmondville, N. Y.

Served in Co. B, 9ist N. Y. Volunteers, 1864-65. Taught in Troy
Conference Academy, Poultney, Vt, 1874-76 ; Ives Seminary, Antwerp,
N. Y, 1876-77; Portland High School, Me, 1877-81; William Penn

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Charter School, Philadelphia, Pa., 1881-85. Headmaster, Franklin
School, Philadelphia, 1885-93. Private teacher, New York, N. Y.,

1893 .

Married July 22, 1875, Susannah Chase Barton, of Willsboro, N. Y.,
who died October 10, 1919. Children: Ralph Barton, b. July 3, 1876
(B.A., Princeton, 1896) ; Edward DeWolf, b. October 2, 1880.

Address : Willsboro, Essex Co., N. Y.

1055. *JOHN NEHEMIAH PIERCE. B.A.; M.A., 1877.
A. K. E. Born April 7, 1851, Edgartown, Mass. Lawyer. Died April
22, 1906, Edgartown, Mass.

1056.. *JOHN HENRY PILLSBURY. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd
grade} ; M.A., 1877. $. N. 6. <. B. K. Born December 20, 1846,
Limington, Me. Methodist Episcopal minister, later school principal.
Died December 20, 1910, Waban, Mass.

1057. *BYRAM GREENE SANFORD. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd
grade}', M.A., 1880; B.D., Boston University, 1883. A. A. $. Born
October 13, 1843, Marion, N. Y.

Taught in Troy Conference Academy, Poultney, Vt., 1875-76.
Studied in School of Theology, Boston University, 1876-77. Preached
most of the year, 1877-78. Preached in M. E. Church, Sodus Point,
N. Y., 1878-79. Methodist Episcopal minister, Genesee, Central New
York, and Northern New York Conferences, 1879-1910. Supernumer-
ary, 1910. Died February 12, 1919, Wellsburg, N. Y.

Married February 23, 1883, Flora Ardelle Blen, of Dresden, Me., who
died September 2, 1907. Married September 23, 1909, Myra Manley.
Children: Edmund Byram, b. December 7, 1883; Morris Blen, b.
December 27, 1886; Elvyn Pratt, b. June 15, 1888; Leman Harold, b.
October I, 1889.

1058. *AMOS WILLIAM SEA VEY. B.A. ; M.A., 1877. A. K. E.
Born March 17, 1849, Greenland, N. H. Methodist Episcopal minister.
Died January 20, 1886, Nahant, Mass.

1059. *JOSEPH BATTELL SHEPHERD. B.A.; M.A., 1877.
A. A. $. Born August 8, 1846, New York, N. Y.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New York East Conference, 1874-81.
Withdrew from the conference; ordained deacon in the Protestant
Episcopal Church, 1881. Assistant minister, Church of the Holy Apos-
tles, New York, N. Y., 1881-84. Ordained priest. Rector of Grace
Church, Port Jarvis, N. Y., 1884-86. Associate rector of St. Paul's
Church, Cleveland, Ohio, 1886-90. Rector of Trinity Church, Seymour,
Conn., 1890-93; St. Paul's Church, Portland, Me., 1894-1919. Secretary
of the Diocese of Ohio, 1888-90; Diocese of Maine, 1898-99. Died
March 23, 1919, Portland, Me.

Married December 30, 1875, Emma Irene Smith, of Rockville, Conn.
Child: Marguerite Roe, b. December 25, 1887, d. June 24, 1898.

1060. CHARLES WESLEY SMILEY. B.A.; M.A., 1877. *. T.
$. B. K. Born September 10, 1846, Fitchburg, Mass.

Studied in Drew Theological Seminary (assistant librarian), 1874-75.
Taught in Centenary Collegiate Institute, Hackettstown, N. J., 1875-76;
Drew Ladies' Seminary, Carmel, N. Y., 1876-77. Resided in Madison,
N. J., engaged in literary work, 1877-79. Chief clerk and special agent,
9th U. S. Census, Fishery Branch, 1879-84. Chief of division and
editor, U. S. Fish Commission, 1884-88; librarian of the Commission,
1888-89. Expert special agent, roth U. S. Census, in charge of Fishery

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Branch, 1889-91. Engaged in the printing business, Washington, D. C,
1891-99. Traveled and studied in Europe, 1891, '92, '95, '96. Engaged

in literary work, 1899 . Editor: Berean Bible Lessons, 1875-78;

Psi Upsilon Biographical Catalogue, 1877-79; The Fishing Industries
of the United States, 7 volumes (with No. 917), 1879-84; Non-graduate
Alumni Record of Wesleyan University, 1883; American Monthly
Microscopical Journal, 1887-1902; The Microscope (monthly), 1895-98;
Occult Truths (monthly), 1899-1902; nine reports of the U. S. Fish
Commission.

Married, 1890; divorced, 1898.

Address : 1023 45th St., Oakland, Cal.

1061. EDWIN PITMAN STEVENS. B.A. (gen. hon., ;?nd
grade); M.A., 1877; B.D., Boston University, 1877; D.D., Syracuse
University, 1904. ^. T. <. B. K. Born November 29, 1851, Boston,
Mass. Brother of No. 2040.

Studied in School of Theology, Boston University, 1874-77. Metho-
dist Episcopal minister, Troy Conference, 1877-1917. Retired, 1917.
Presiding Elder, Albany District, 1900-06. Delegate to General Con-
ference, M. E. Church, 1904.

Married May 14, 1878, Frances Caroline Saxe, who died March 18,
1888. Married September 7, 1909, Mrs. Nellie Joanna Packer, of
Mechanicsville, N. Y. Children: Grace Drury, b. April 13, 1880, d.
April 15, 1881 ; Elizabeth Frances, b. June 7, 1884 (B.A., Goucher
College, 1909), m. J. Fred Laise; Franklin Rand, b. August 23, 1886
(B.E., Union, 1908).

Address: 137 Circular St., Saratoga Springs, N. Y.

1062. EMORY HARLOW TALBOT. B.A.; M.A., 1877. *. T.
Born September n, 1851, Sandwich, Mass. Son of No. 226.

Midshipman in U. S. Navy, 1864. Reporter for The Boston Globe,
Mass., 1874-75. News editor of The Hartford Times, Conn., 1875-77.
Engaged in daily journalism in Boston, as reporter, editor, and tele-
graph correspondent, 1877-1917. Editor for the Associated Press,
1917 .

Married September 12, 1876, H. Virginia Davis, of Baltimore, Md.
Children : Frank Earlougher Davis, b. October 20, 1878; Arthur Wil-
bour, b. October 23, 1884, d. December 21, 1918; Ethel, b. February 28,
1888.

Address: 3 Nottingham St., Dorchester, Mass.

1063. *ALBERT MARION TALLMADGE. B.A.; M.A., 1877;
LL.B., Yale University, 1877. A. A. <J>. Born February 22, 1854, Fair-
field, Conn. Judge. Died February 12, 1905, Bridgeport, Conn.

1064. BUSHROD SHEDDEN TAYLOR. B.A. A. A. $. Born
November 26, 1849, Poultney, Vt. Brother of W. U. Taylor (class of
1876).

Taught in Johnson College, Quincy, 111., 1874-75. Methodist Episcopal
minister, Nebraska, Troy, Vermont, and North Dakota Conferences,

1875 . Author: Full Salvation; Holy Fire; The Old Stump;

Bible Readings and Spiritual Essays. Editor : The Life Line, an illus-
trated magazine.

Married May 22, 1878, Letha Electa Horton, of Sandlake, N. Y., who
died April 24, 1894. Married March 19, 1895, Mrs. Lillie Estilla (Cun-
ningham) Wood, of Middletown, Conn. Children : Marian Aria, b.
March 7, 1879, m - ! N. Thompson ; William Henry, b. December 17,

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1880, d. February 3, 1885; Frank Chandler, b. June 15, 1882; Julia
May, b. April 6, 1884, m. Rev. E. C. Roberts ; John Horton, b. June 2,
1886, d. December 13, 1908; Anna Leonora, b. April 26, 1888, m. Rev.
Albert L. Balsmeier; Jennie Love, b. May 18, 1890, m. Henry W.
Hayford; Letha Elizabeth, b. July 2, 1892, d. November 5, 1893;
Henry Boardman, b. April 4, 1894 (class of 1915).
Address: Philip, S. Dak.

1065. EDWARD DAVID TOWLE. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd grade} ;
M.A., 1877. *. N. 0. $. B. K. Born June 23, 1853, Boston, Mass.
Brother of G. H. Towle (class of 1873).

Studied in School of Theology, Boston University, 1874-76. Metho-
dist Episcopal minister, New England Southern Conference, 1876-82.
Withdrew from the conference, 1882. Pastor of Unitarian Church,
Chelsea, Mass., 1882-87. Resided at Elizabethtown, Tenn., 1887-89.
Pastor of All Souls' Church (Unitarian), Chattanooga, Tenn., 1889-92;
East (Unitarian) Church, Salem, Mass., 1892-97; Second Unitarian
Society, Brookline, Mass., 1897-1908; First Unitarian Church, Peabody,
Mass., 1912 .

Married July 25, 1877, M. Isabel Ward, of Hillsboro, N. H. Child :
Ethel Ward, b. April 8, 1880, m. George Warren Haslet.

Address : Hillsboro, N. H.

106G. JOHN CORNWELL WELWOOD. B.A.; M.A., 1877;
B.D., Protestant Episcopal Theological School, Cambridge, Mass.. 1877.
$>. N. . Born May 15, 1852, Jersey City, N. J.

Studied in School of Theology, Boston University, 1874-75 ; Protestant
Episcopal Theological School, Cambridge, Mass., 1876-77. Ordained
deacon in the Protestant Episcopal Church, 1877. Minister of Grace
Church, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1877-78. Ordained priest, 1878. Rector of
St. Peter's Church, Beverly, Mass., 1878-83. Associate rector of Christ
Church, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1883-89. Rector of St. Paul's Church, Hoi-
yoke, Mass., 1889-97. Chaplain of the 2d Regt. Mass. Volunteer Militia
(in service in Cuba, 1898), 1891-99. Rector of the Church of the Holy
Spirit, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1899-1914; American Church of St. John,
Dresden, Germany, 1914 .

Married December n, 1882, Alba E. Wall, of Dorchester, Mass., who
died March 22, 1918. Child : Frances Amory, b. February 12, 1885
(B.A., Vassar), m. Capt. Ascanio Moreno.

Address: Reichsplatz 5, Dresden, Germany.



CLASS OF 1875*

1067. ARTHUR LEONARD ANDREWS. B.A. (?en. hon., 2nd
grade} ; M.A., 1878. ^. T. $. B. K. Born April 16, '1855, Marion,
Iowa.

Studied law in Albany, N. Y., 1875-77. Practising law in Albany,
N. Y., 1877 . ^ Corporation counsel, city of Albany, 1900-20. Com-
missioner to revise the charter for cities of the second class, N. Y.,
1895. Hudson-Fulton celebration commissioner, 1909. Vice-president.
Albany College of Pharmacy; Albany Home School for the Instruction
of the Deaf. Government appeal agent, City of Albany, 1917-18. Lec-
turer on Municipal Corporations, Albany Law School.

Married September 4, 1879, Alice Anable, of Albany, N. Y. Child:
Harold Fourdrimer, b. July 3, 1884 (Ph.B., Yale, 1906).

Address : Home Savings Bank Building, Albany, N. Y.

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1068. *LEONARD LEMON BEEMAN. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd
grade} ; M.A., 1878. *. T. 4>. B. K. Born March 12, 1849, North
Fairfax, Vt. Brother of No. 769.

Studied in School of Theology, Boston University, 1875-76. Methodist
Episcopal minister, Vermont and New England Conferences, 1876-1919.
Retired, 1919. Principal of East Greenwich Academy, R. I., 1886-87.
Superintendent of schools, Barre, Vt, 1888-89. Presiding Elder of
Montpelier District, 1892-98. Trustee of Wesleyan University, 1888-93.
Died October 20, 1920, Shelburne Falls, Mass.

Married June 29, 1876, Phebe Almeda Stone (No. 1138), of West
Brookfield, Mass., who died April 14, 1913. Married November 5, 1914,
Mrs. Mary S. Morgan, of Shelburne Falls, Mass. Children: Phebe
Stone, b. July 22, 1877, d. April 22, 1881 ; Bowman Stone, b. July 14,
1880 (class of 1904); Wilbur Stone (No. 2526), b. January 22, 1882,
d. April 15, 1920; Leila Stone, b. March 12, 1887, m. H. D. Arnold
(No. 2524) ; Francis Stone, b, August 4, 1889 (B.S., Mass. Agr. College,
1910).

1069. * ALFRED EDGAR BEST. B.A.; M.A., 1878. <f. T.
Born December 12, 1848, Mechanicsville, N. Y. Engaged in journalism
and business. Died November 27, 1893, Utica, N. Y.

1070. ROBERT EDGAR BISBEE. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd grade} ;
M.A., 1878. $. N. 0. <*>. B. K. Born October n, 1851, Wellington, Me.

Taught in Chamberlain Institute, Randolph, N. Y., 1875-77. President
of Clark University, Atlanta, Ga., 1877-81. Financial agent of the
Freedmen's Aid Society, M. E. Church, 1881-82. Methodist Episcopal
minister, Maine, Columbia River, Vermont, New England, and New
England Southern Conferences, 1882 . President of Spokane Col-
lege, 1884-87, 1891-92. Chairman, Massachusetts Minimum Wage Com-
mission, 1914-15. On book reviewers staff, Boston Transcript, 1900 .

Married July 26, 1875, Ada M. Graves. Children: Rena Isobel, b.
August 14, 1877; Edna Caro, b. February 10, 1883, m. V. E. Peppard;
Robert Merrill, b. April 27, 1885 (class of 1906) ; Joseph Graves, b.
November 26, 1891.

Address : South Middleboro, Mass.

1071. "JOHN PARKER BRONK. B.A.; LL.B., Yale University,
1877; M.A., Wesleyan, 1878. Born January 24, 1855, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Lawyer, later in the insurance business. Died January 22, 1904, Bridge-
port, Conn.

1072. *MORRIS DE VEAU CHURCH. B.A., 1910. A. A. 4>.
Born June 2, 1849, New York, N. Y.

Left college in Senior year, 1875. Ordained in the Reformed Episco-
pal Church, 1876. Pastor of churches in Chicago, 111., and Cincinnati,
Ohio, 1876-81. Methodist Episcopal minister, Newark Conference, 1881-
1918. Died March 6, 1918, Somerville, N. J.

Married September 15, 1880, Jennie Bentley. Children: Herbert
Bentley, b. August 21, 1881 ; Helen Everett, b. September 4, 1883, m.
J. R. Ekings; Marine Taylor, b. September 18, 1885, m. R. W. Matter;
Evelyn Marshall, b. November 3, 1888.

1073. OLIVER ALLEN COLEMAN. B.A. ; M.A., 1878. *. T.
Born March i, 1854, Flatlands, N. Y. Brother of Nos. 1000 and 1119.

Studied law in Cooperstown, N. Y., and Detroit, Mich., 1875-79.
Practised law in Detroit, Mich., 1879-81. City attorney, Baxter Springs,

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Kans., 1881-83. Secretary and treasurer, Georgia Loan and Trust Com-
pany, 1883 (now vice-president and general manager). President of

the first Chamber of Commerce, Americus, Ga.

Married May 22, 1884, Vivienne Burke, of Americus, Ga. Children :
Cornelia, b. October 7, 1885; William Burke, b. November 27, 1889;
Ruth, b. February 7, 1893; Thomas Edmund, b. July 23, 1895.

Address : Macon, Ga.

1074. *WILLIAM ALBERT COTTLE. B.A.; M.A., 1878.
A. K. E. Born February 21, 1849, North Tisbury, Mass. Physician.
Died November 20, 1894, Mattoon, Wis.

1075. FRANCIS ASBURY CRANDALL. B.A. (sp. hon., Hist.}.
SK T. Born October 13, 1854, New London, Conn.

Salesman with A. T. Stewart & Co., New York, N. Y., 1875-81;
manager of department, 1881-95. Vice-president, National Gramophone
Company, 1895-1905. Treasurer of various companies and manager of
estates, 1905 .

Married July 5, 1883, Isabella Hale Joslin, of Keene, N. H. Children :
Mary Hale, b. August 31, 1884 (B.A., Vassar, 1907), m. Abner Howard;
Edvarda Thayer, b. August 21, 1894.

Address : 168 Park Ave., Yonkers, N. Y.

1076. M[OSES] EUGENE CULVER. B.A.; M.A., 1878. *. T.
Born July 10, 1854, East Haddam, Conn.

Studied law in Middletown, Conn., 1875-78. Practising law in Middle-
town, 1878 . . Prosecuting attorney, City Court of Middletown, 1883-

1903. County health officer, 1917 .

Married June 10, 1896, Lizzie H. Sparrow, of Mankato, Minn. Child:
Frances Baldwin, b. December 7, 1901.

Address : Middletown, Conn.

1077. *WALTER HOLBROOK DOWNS. B.A.; LL.B., Columbia
University, 1877. Born March 26, 1853, South Berwick, Me. Brother
of F. A. Downs (class of 1855).

Studied law in New York, N. Y., 1875-77. Practised law in New
York, N. Y., 1877-80; South Berwick, Me., 1880-1916. Town clerk and
treasurer, South Berwick, Me., 1880; postmaster, 1888-96, 1900-16;
trial justice, 1886-1907. Died June 17, 1920, South Berwick, Me.

Married October 20, 1904, Isabella Hurd, of North Berwick, Me.

1078. ASHTON CHAUNCEY EDDY. B.A.; M.A., 1879.
A. A. <. Born November 27, 1849, Theresa, N. Y. Brother of B. T.
Eddy (class of 1879).

Graduate student in Wesleyan University. 1875-76. In the drug busi-
ness, Theresa, N. Y., 1876-78. Studied in Drew Theological Seminary,
1878-80. Preached in M. E. Church, St. Lawrence, N. Y., 1880-81.
Methodist Episcopal minister, Northern New York Conference, 1881-87.
Located, at his request, 1887. Preached and farmed at Claremont, Va.,
1887-96. In the insurance business, Attleboro, Mass., 1896 .

Married October 20, 1880, Ida L. Wells, of Middletown, Conn.
Children: Alice Clara, b. August 5, 1883; Ethel Elizabeth, b. August
15, 1886; Olin Wells, b. October 3, 1892.

Address: Gifford Block, Attleboro, Mass.

1079. "CHARLES FRANK ELY. B.A.; M.A., 1878. A. K. E.
Born July 3, 1850, Westfield, Mass. Lawyer. Died June 14, 1908,
Westfield, Mass.

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1080. JUNIUS GUILFORD FALLON. B.A.; M.A., 1878; Ph.D.,
Harriman Universit3 r , 1900; D.D., Rust University, 1900. S^. T. Born
December 6, 1848, Keeseville, N. Y.

Methodist Episcopal minister, Troy Conference, 1875-1910. Superan-
nuated, 1910.

Married July 8, 1875, Mary E. Nichols, of Peru, N. Y., who died
August 28, 1882. Married December 28, 1887, Ella S. Springer, of
Camden, N. J. . Children: John Henry, b. May 2, 1876; Junius Everest,
b. May 13, 1879; Rheuby Margaret, b. July I, 1889; Elsie Crawford,
b. August 30, 1890.

Address : 4629 Sansom St., Philadelphia, Pa.

1081. FREDERICK WESTERVELT FORT. B.A. (sp. lion.,
Chem.) ; M.A., 1878. A. K. E. Born February i, 1853, New Provi-
dence, N. J.

Principal of public schools, Summit, N. J., 1875-77; Linden, 1877-82;
Newark, 1882 .

Married September 26, 1877, Julia Vincent Brown, of Franklin, N. J.,
who died April 6, 1914. Children: Marion Brown, b. August 21, 1878;
Jacob Irving, b. June i, 1880; Bessie Sprague, b. February 27, 1884, d.
August 5, 1885; Frederick Westervelt, b. August 30, 1886.

Address : 33 South loth St., Newark, N. J.

1082. *FRANKLIN HARRIS GRIFFIN. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd
grade}. A. A. <1>. <. B. K. Born January 6, 1852, Flushing, N. Y. In
business. Died March 5, 1911, Flushing, N. Y.

1083. HARRY CLAY HEERMANS. B.A. ; M.A., 1878. A. A. $.
Born June 3, 1852, Fellowsville, W. Va.

Acting principal of Corning Free Academy, N. Y., 1875-76. Studied
law in Corning, N. Y., 1875-77. Member of firm, Heermans & Law-
rence, machinists and jobbers in plumbing supplies, Corning, N. Y., 1877-
1908. City engineer, Corning, N. Y., 1883-90. President of the Ontario
Land Company, of Duluth, Minn., 1886-1921. President and manager,
Hoquiam Water Company, Wash., 1898-1921 ; of the Olympia Water
Works, Wash., 1905-14.

Married September 25, 1878, Ella Weston, of Painted Post, N. Y.,
who died May 15, 1880. Married March 17, 1886, Annie Lawrence
Townsend, of Erwin, N. Y. Children: Ruth, b. June 3, 1888 (B.A.,
Vassar, 1910), m. M. J. Beatty; Joseph Fellows, b. November 28, 1891;
Jerome Townsend, b. July 6, 1893 (B.A., Univ. of Washington, 1916) ;
Helen DeKay, b. January 29, 1895, d. August 31, 1896; Donald, b.
September n, 1861 (B.A., Univ. of Washington, 1921).

Address : Drawer 717, Olympia, Wash.

1084. AUSTIN HENRIE HERRICK. B.A. (gen. hon., ist
grade; sp. hon., Eng. Lit.}; B.D., Boston University, 1878; M.A.,
Wesleyan, 1879. * N. O. <S>. B. K. Born March 7, 1854, Buckland,
Mass. Son of A. F. Herrick (class of 1853) ; brother of E. P. Herrick
(class of 1880);

Studied in School of Theology, Boston University, 1875-78. Preached
in M. E. Church, South Athol, Mass., 1877; North Graf ton, 1878-79.
Methodist Episcopal minister, New England Conference, 1879 .

Married April 20, 1881, Sarah Leonora Prouty, of Spencer, Mass.
Children : Asbury Haven, b. June 20, 1882 (B.A., Ohio Wesleyan, 1903) ;
Cyril Allyn, b. May 28, 1885 (B.A., Harvard, 1910), d. January 2, 1920;
Ilga Elaine, b. September 19, 1890 (B.A., Boston University, 1912).

Address : Brighton, Mass.

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GRADUATES. [1875

1085. *GEORGE WASHINGTON HUGHES. B.A. A. K. E.
Born January 10, 1851, Newark, N. J. Methodist Episcopal minister.
Died July 24, 1884, Bridgeport, Conn.



1086. *LEWIS McLELLAN JACKSON. B.A. ; M.A., 1878. Born
April 14, 1854, Indianapolis, Ind. School principal, later in the insurance
business. Died January 25, 1905, Worcester, Mass.

1087. *WILLIAM CHANNING KELLOGG. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd
grade}. A. A. 4>. $. B. K. Born July n, 1850, Norwich, Vt.

Preached in M. E. Church, Norwich, Conn., 1875-76. Studied in Law
School of Boston University, 1876-78. Principal of Yarmouth High
School, Mass., 1878-81. Taught in Yonkers, N. Y., 1881-82. Practised
law in Yonkers, N. Y., 1882-1917. City judge of Yonkers. Died
August 1917, Yonkers, N. Y.

Married October 3, 1877, Emma J. Lewis, of Norwich, Conn. Chil-
dren : Ruth Emma, b. June 30, 1878, m. William Rayner; Lewis Chan-
ning, b. November 15, 1886.

1088. THOMAS RAYMOND KNEIL. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd
grade) ; M.A., 1878. *. T. <E>. B. K. Born November 6, 1851, West-
field, Mass.

Preached in M. E. Church, West Worthington, Mass., 1875-76.
Studied in School of Theology, Boston University, 1876-77. Principal
of High School, Belchertown, Mass., 1877-78. Taught in Troy Confer-
ence Academy, Poultney, Vt., 1878-80. Principal of Union Free School,
Crown Point, N. Y., 1880-87, 1889-91. Proprietor of The Ticonderoga
Sentinel, N, Y., 1887-89. Principal of High School, Saratoga Springs,
N. Y., 1891-92. Superintendent of schools, Saratoga Springs, N. Y.,
1892-1914. Grand Regent, Royal Arcanum of New York, 1914-16;
Chairman, Saratoga Springs Chapter, 1917-18. President and secretary,
Municipal Civil Service Commission, Saratoga Springs, N. Y., 1915-19.
Engaged in demobilization work under Y. M. C. A. in Virginia, 1918-19.
In Army Welfare work, under the War Department, with rank of first
lieutenant, 1919-20.

Married January 5, 1882, Carrie Maria Hawley, of Johnsonville, N. Y.
Children: Thomas Hawley, b. March 20, 1883, d. April 18, 1896; Philip
Colburn, b. April 24, 1888; Margaret Mary, b. June I, 1890; Robert
Chipman(No. 3169), b. July 27, 1892; Caroline Marcia, b. July 30, 1896.



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