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a public school, East Granby, Conn., 1882-84. Principal of a grammar
school, Tuckahoe, N. Y., 1884-85 ; a grammar school, West Stratford,
Conn., 1885-89; High School, Portland, Conn., 1889-1901. Insurance
agent, 1901-18. Retired, 1919.

Married June 30, 1880, Mary Minerva Richardson, of Port Jefferson,
N. Y., who died September 4, 1914. Child: Ethel Martha, b. January

24, 1890, d. July 16, 1890.
Address : Granby, Conn.

1245. ABRAM WINEGARDNER HARRIS. B.A. (gen. hon.,
ist grade; sp. hon., Eng. Lit., Chem.} ; M.A., 1883; Sc.D., Bowdoin
College, 1884: LL.D., University of New Brunswick, 1900, University
of Maine, 1901, and Wesleyan, 1904. A. A. 4>. $. B. K. Born November
7, 1858, Philadelphia, Pa.

Taught in Dickinson Seminary, Williamsport, Pa., 1880-81. Tutor in
Mathematics and Registrar, Wesleyan University, 1881-84. Studied in
Germany, 1884-85. Instructor in History and Political Economy, Wes-
leyan University, 1885-88. Assistant director of the Office of Experi-
ment Stations, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C.,
1888-91 ; director, 1891-93. President of the University of Maine, 1893-
1901. Director of the Jacob Tome Institute, Port Deposit, Md., 1901-06.
President of Northwestern University, 1906-16. Corresponding Secre-
tary, Board of Education, M. E. Church, 1916 . Trustee of Wesleyan

University, 1903-07, 1917 ; Drew Theological Seminary, 1921 .

Author : reports as director of the Office of Experiment Stations. Edi-
tor : numerous reports and bulletins.

Married February 28, 1888, Clara Virginia Bainbridge, of Philadelphia,
Pa., who died February 3, 1908. Child: Abram Winegardner, b. June

25, 1890 (B.A., Northwestern Univ.).
Address: 150 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y.

1246. WILBUR FISK HOLMES. B.A.; M.A., 1883. A. K. E.
Born March 9, 1849, North Brookfield, Mass.

Preached in West End M. E. Church, Portland, Me., 1880-81. Metho-
dist Episcopal minister, Maine and East Maine Conferences, 1881-1920.
Retired, 1920. Trustee of Wesleyan University, 1904-09.

Married June 5, 1880, Mary Evalyn Howe, of Preston, Conn., who
died November 3, 1918. Children: Samuel Foss (No. 2428), b. March
9, 1881; Henry Alfred (No. 2487), b. August 15, 1883; Bessie Evalyn,
b. February 24, 1888, m. Clifford G. Knight.

Address : Lock Box 6, Holden, Mass.

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1247. *CHARLES NOAH DIXON JONES. B.S. (sp. Hon.,
Chem., Nat. Hist.) ; M.D., Long Island College Hospital, 1882, and
Columbia University, 1883. A. A. 3>. Born April 26, 1857, Elkton, Md.
Brother of H. J. D. Jones (class of 1880).

Studied in College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, N. Y.,
1880-83. Interne, Brooklyn City Hospital, 1883-84. Practised medicine
in Brooklyn, N. Y., 1884-90; New York City, 1890-1919. Surgeon,
Woman's Hospital of Brooklyn, 1884-89; Southern Hospital and Dis-
pensary, 1886-88. Lecturer, New York Polyclinic, 1887-89. Surgeon,
outdoor department, Presbyterian Hospital, 1891-98. Medical school in-
spector, New York City, 1897-1919. Author: Compend of Surgery.
Died October 29, 1919, New York, N. Y.

Married April 26, 1905, Edith McCormack, of New York, N. Y. ;
deceased. Children : Doris D., b. January 8, 1907 ; Charles Dixon, b.
August 8, 1908 ; one other child.

1248. ALSOP LEFFINGWELL. B.A.; M.A., 1883. A. K. E.
Born July 23, 1858, Fairfield, Conn.

In business in Middletown, Conn., 1880-81. Studied law in Ellsworth,
Me., 1881-82. Taught in Wilmington, Del., Bethlehem, Pa., and Drifton,
Pa. ; engaged also in journalism, 1882-86. Studied in Berkeley Divinity
School, Middletown, Conn., 1886-89. Rector of Church of St. John
(Protestant Episcopal), Hingham, Mass., 1889-93. Senior assistant ^at
Church of the Advocate, Philadelphia, Pa., 1893-99. Rector of Trinity
Church, Toledo, Ohio, 1899-1905. Locum tenens, Hingham, Mass., 1905-
06. General missionary, Diocese of Northern Ohio, 1906-09. Rector of
St. Paul's Church, New Albany, Ind., 1909-12. Private work, and supply-
ing at Milford, Conn., 1912-18. In charge of St. Andrew's parish,
Nogales, Ariz., 1918-20. Supplying Milford, Conn., and Bar Harbor,
Me., 1920-21.

Address: Milford, Conn. Summer address: Bar Harbor, Me.

1249. GEORGE ERNEST METCALF. Ph.B. Born June 30,
1853, Franklin, Mass.

In business in Ashland, Mass., 1880-82. Traveling salesman, 1882-94.
Mechanical engineer and inventor, 1894 .

Married December 30, 1880, Clara E. Smith, of Middletown, Conn.
Children : Mabel Ruth, b. May 25, 1882, m. J. H. Harrington ; Emeline
Olive, b. March 3, 1884; Frederick Knight, b. November 20, 1885;
Margaret Elizabeth, b. September 7, 1887, d. September 28, 1892; Miriam
Pauline, b. August 14, 1895.

Address : 20 Hollywood St., Worcester, Mass.

1250. HORACE EDWIN MORROW. B.A. $. N. 9. Born
August 27, 1858, Gloucester, Mass.

Principal of High School, South Harwich, Mass., 1880-81 ; a
grammar school, Essex, Mass., 1881-82. Studied in Andover Theological
Seminary, Mass., 1882-85. Graduated, 1885. Pastor of Congregational
Church, Wicasset, Me., 1885-87 ; Indian Orchard, Mass., 1887-91 ;
Jewett City, Conn., 1891-99; Deerfield, Mass., 1899-1901. Taught in
the Philippine Islands, 1901-04. Studied in State Normal School, West-
field, Mass., 1904-05. Taught in Wilmington, Vt, 1906; U. S. Indian
School, Rapid City, S. Dak., 1906-10. Principal of U. S. Training
School, Busby, Mont, 1910-12; Lower Brule, S. Dak., 1912-13. Teacher
and clerk, U. S. Indian Service, Pine Ridge, S. Dak., 1913-18. Principal
teacher, U. S. Indian Training School, Pine Ridge, 1918-21. Pastor,

Congregational Church, Ulen, Minn., 1921 . Editor : New Testament

Emphasised.

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Married May 25, 1886, Lillie Remington Hammond, of Andover, Mass.
Children: Mildred Hammond, b. April 6, 1892 (B.A., Smith, 1913), m.
Carlton F. Berry; Marita, b. September 22, 1898, m. Charles Theilig.

Address : Ulen, Minn.

1251. *GEORGE ALCOTT PHINNEY. B.A.; M.A., 1883; B.D.,
Boston University, 1883 ; D.D., Lawrence College, 1905. 3>. N. 0. Born
December 8, 1856, Barnstable, Mass.

Studied in School of Theology, Boston University, 1880-83. Methodist
Episcopal minister, New England Conference, 1883-1911. Died Novem-
ber 20, 1911, Boston, Mass.

Married April 30, 1885, Annie Wesley Raddin, of Saugus, Mass.

1252. WILBUR FISK RANDALL. B.A.; M.A., 1883. A. K. E.
Born July 16, 1857, Portland, Me, Brother of No. 1485.

Clerk in a bookstore, Middletown, Conn., 1880-82. Assistant book-
keeper for John Boyle & Co., New York, N. Y., 1883-87; head book-
keeper and cashier, 1887-1905; treasurer, 1905 ; vice-president,

1912 .

Address: 112 Duane St., New York, N. Y.

1253. FREDERICK WRIGHT ROBBINS. B.A.; M.A., 1883;
M.D., Detroit Medical College, 1884. *. T. Born April 7, 1857, East
Haddam, Conn. Son of No. 323; brother of No. 1336.

Principal of Wilton Academy, Iowa, 1880-81. Studied in Detroit
Medical College, Mich., 1881-84. Interne in Harper Hospital, Detroit,

Mich., 1883-85. Practising medicine in Detroit, Mich., 1885 .

Studied medicine in Vienna, Austria, 1888-89. Professor of Genito-

Urinary Surgery, Detroit College of Medicine, 1893 . Fellow,

American College of Surgeons, 1913.

Married November n, 1891, Emily Francis Anthony, of Providence,
R. I. Children: Franklin (No. 2884), b. July 8, 1892; Frederick, b.
December 17, 1895: Edward Rawson, b. July 10, 1899 (class of 1921).

Address : 1212 Kresge Building, Detroit, Mich.

1254. *WILLIAM READING ROGERS. B.A. ; M.A., 1883.
Born June 23, 1849, New Egypt, N. J. Methodist Episcopal minister.
Died September 14, 1886, Portland, Conn.

1255. IRA GILE ROSS. B.A.; M.A., 1883. $. N. 0. Born Feb-
ruary 13, 1851, Underbill, Vt.

Preached in M. E. Church, North Dana, Mass., 1 880-81. Methodist
Episcopal minister, New England and Maine Conferences, 1881-95. Mis-
sionary at Concepcion, Chile, 1887-89. Retired from the ministry, 1895.
Engaged in investment securities business, Philadelphia, Chicago, Boston,
and New York, 1895-1915. President, Pan-American Laboratories, Inc.,
Philadelphia, Pa., 1916 .

Married July 6, 1880, Ella E. Holcomb, of Starksboro, Vt. Children :
Myron Alcott, b. January 27, 1882; Samuel Holcomb, b. April 5, 1884.

Address: 5856 Pentridge St., Philadelphia, Pa.

1256. MYRON REED SANFORD. B.A. (gen. hon., ist grade; sp.
hun., Greek); M.A., 1883; L.H.D., University of Vermont, 1910.
<. N. 0. $. B. K. Born April 15, 1854, Redding, Conn. Brother of No.
990.

Taught in Wyoming Conference Seminary, Kingston, Pa., 1880-86.
Assistant Professor of Latin, and Registrar, Haverford College, 1886-87;
Professor, 1887-93; Dean, 1890-93. Studied in the University of Leip-

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zig, Germany, 1893-94; Italy and Mediterranean countries, 1912.
Professor of the Latin Language and Literature, Middlebury College,

!8Q4 . Author: Temporibus Hominis Arpinatis.

Address: Middlebury, Vt.

1257. *BENJAMIN FRANCIS SIMON. B.A. (gen hon., 2nd
grade} ; M.A., 1883 ; Ph.D., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1900. X. *.
<J>. B. K. Born February 16, 1854, Island of Guernsey, English Channel.
Methodist Episcopal minister. Died March 3, 1908, Bangor, Me.

1258. *HOWARD HUTCHINS SMITH. Ph.B. ; M.D, Harvard
University, 1882. A. K. E. Born April 6, 1859, New York, N. Y.
Physician. Died October 26, 1882, Boston, Mass.

1259. *JOHN MOTT SMITH. B.A. X. *. Born August 8, 1856, .
Windsor, Conn. Son of No. 206. Teacher. Died October 25, 1902,
Middletown, Conn.

1260. WALTER PIERCE STODDARD. B.A.; M.A., 1883;
D.D., Southwestern College, 1903. X. ^. Born July 4, 1852, New York,
N. Y.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New England Southern and Iowa Con-
ferences, 1880-1909. Corresponding secretary, Iowa Methodist Hospital,
1909-18. Stewardship secretary, Omaha area, Methodist Centenary,

1918-19. Iowa Survey, Inter-Church World Movement, 1919 .

Trustee of Iowa Wesleyan University, 1898 . Author: Faith Foun-
dations; A Layman for the Times.

Married June n, 1880, Elizabeth Stahl, of New Haven, Conn. Chil-
dren : Cyrus Foss, b. April 10, 1881 ; Lottie May, b. February 4, 1883 ;
Irving Walter, b. November 26, 1887.

Address : Grinnell, Iowa.

1261. HENRY MATHER WARREN. B.A., 1881. *. T. Born
October 15, 1858, Boston, Mass. Son of No. 471.

Studied law in Philadelphia, Pa., 1880-81. Practising law in Phila-
delphia, Pa., 1881 . Engaged in ranching in Colorado, 1886-93. Has

traveled extensively. Alternate delegate from Pennsylvania to Chicago
Presidential Convention, 1908. Author: Struggles for a National
Government ; To and Fro.

Married April 25, 1882, Ida C. White, of Philadelphia, Pa. Children :
Helen White, b. March 13, 1883, m. H. T. Holladay ; Henry Mather, b.
June 2, 1885 (B.A., Harvard, 1908) ; Douglas Stockton, b. March 10,
1889, d. January 17, 1911; Richard Fairfield, b. October 14, 1895.

Address: "Fairfield," Devon, Pa.

1262. *ASA HOPSON WILCOX. B.A. (sp. hon., Mod. Lang.} ;
M.A., 1883. X. ^f. Born September i, 1857, Clinton, Conn.

Principal of Yalesville School, Conn., 1880-82. Taught in Scranton,
Pa., 1882-84. Clerk, 1884-85. General secretary, Y. M. C. A., Rondout,
N. Y., 1885-87; Norwalk, Conn., 1887-89; Meriden, Conn., 1889-98;
Torrington, 1898-1911. City editor, Torrington Evening Register, 1911-
12. In the insurance and real estate business, Torrington, 1913-21.
Deputy sheriff, Litchfield County, 1915-21. Died May 30, 1921, Torring-
ton, Conn.

Married October 4, 1888, Fannie Augusta Terwilliger, of Rondout,
N. Y., who died July 10, 1889. Married November 27, 1890, Melissa
Augusta Beadle, of Hartford, Conn. Child: Arthur Harrison, b. De-
cember 19, 1892.

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1880-81] GRADUATES.

1263. CHARLES DAYTON WOODS. B.A. (sp. hon., Chem.,
Nat. Hist.} ; Sc.D., University of Maine, 1905. X. ^. $. B. K. Born
September n, 1856, Brooks, Me.

Assistant in Chemistry, Wesleyan University, 1880-83. Taught in
Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, Mass., 1883-88. Chemist in Storrs
Agricultural Experiment Station, Conn., 1888-96; vice-director, 1891-96.
Food expert, U. S. Department of Agriculture, 1894-1907. Director of
Maine Agricultural Experiment Station, 1896-1920. Professor of Agri-
culture, University of Maine, 1896-1903. In charge of the fuel wood in
Maine, under Federal Fuel Administrator, 1917-18. Consultant in Agri-
culture, U. S. War Department, 1921.

Married June I, 1882, Mary A. Morgan, of Middletown, Conn. Chil-
dren : Harry Morgan, b. March 27, 1890 (B.A., Univ. of Maine, 1909) ;
William Colcord (No. 3048), b. May 9, 1893.

Address : R. F. D. 2, Ellsworth, Me.

1264. JAMES MARTIN YEAGER. B.A.; M.A., 1883; D.D.,
Syracuse University, 1895. A. A. 4>. Born November 2, 1857, Yeagers-
town, Pa.

Preached in M. E. Church, Carmel, N. Y., 1880-81. Taught in Drew
Ladies' Seminary, Carmel, N. Y., 1880-82. Methodist Episcopal minister,
New York Conference, 1881-93. President of Drew Ladies' Seminary,
Carmel, N. Y., 1893-99; Lecturer on Pedagogy, 1903. Commissioner of
schools, Putnam County, N. Y., 1899-1902. Elected to the House of
Representatives of Pennsylvania, 1906. U. S. Marshal, Middle District
of Pennsylvania, 1907-14. Candidate for Republican nomination for Con-
gress, 1914. Speaker for the Production Division, Ordnance Depart-
ment, Philadelphia District, 1918. Chief of Publicity Bureau (prohibi-
tion) for Pennsylvania, 1921. Author: Over the Peruvian Andes;
Yeager-Buffington-Creighton Families of Pennsylvania.

Married October 13, 1886, Emma McElroy, of Rhinebeck, N. Y. Chil-
dren : James Creighton, b. January i, 1888; Marion, b. October I, 1891.

Address : Auditor General's Department, Harrisburg, Pa.



CLASS OF J88J.



1265. CHARLES HENRY BAKER. B.A.; M.A., 1887. *. T.
Born September 18, 1855, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Son of No. 475;
brother of E. H. Baker (class of 1885).

Principal of Model High School, New Brunswick, N. J., 1879-80;
Betts' Military Academy, Stamford, Conn., 1880-81. Studied in Drew
Theological Seminary, 1881-82. Assistant correspondent for Tiffany &
Co., New York, N. Y., 1882-83. Taught in Columbia Grammar School,
New York, N. Y., 1883-85. In business in New York, N. Y., 1885-92;
Chicago, 111., 1892-94. Traveled around the world, photographing, 1894-
99. In business in Connecticut, 1899-1900. Traveled in Europe, North
Africa, and Asia, photographing and writing, 1900-04. On the art staff
of The New York Tribune, 1904-05. Residing in California, 1905

Married July 5, 1880, Alice Redfield Lockwood (daughter of No. 374),
of Bridgeport, Conn. Children : Lester David, b. April .4, 1881 ; Laura
Alice; Arthur Edward; Isabelle Caroline.

Address : 594 I3th St., Oakland, Cal.



GRADUATES. [1881

1266. *GEORGE BERNARD BENEDICT. B.A. ; M.A, 1884.
ty. T. Born March 18, 1853, Plymouth, N. Y.

Methodist Episcopal minister, Detroit Conference, 1881-86. Principal
of schools, Croswell, Mich., 1884-85; Lexington, Mich., 1885-86. Super-
intendent of city schools, Stanton, Mich., 1886-90. Principal of an
academy, Lisle, N. Y., 1890-91. Principal of schools, Mineville, N. Y.,
1891-92. Stationed at Decatur, N. Y., 1892-93. Missionary to Chile;
taught in the English College, Iquique, Chile, 1893-99. Superintendent
of schools, San Juan, Porto Rico, 1899-1900. Missionary in Porto Rico,
1900-12. Died September 20, 1912, San Juan, P. R.

Married August 17, 1881, Alice Maria Queal, of Windsor, N. Y., who
died August 23, 1905. Married November 12, 1908, Mrs. Margaret Hill
Webster, of Princeton, N. J. Children: Mabel Alwilda, b. September
4, 1884; Frances Henrietta, b. July 8, 1892; George Bernard, b. April
27, 1898; Margaret Crandall, b. August 26, 1909.



1267. *JOHN THOMAS CROOK. B.A. $. N. 6. Born Febru-
ary 17, 1861, Dublin, Ireland. In business. Died May 22, 1896, Eagle
Pass, Tex.



1268. THOMAS HOOPER ECKFELDT. B.A. (gen. hon., ist
grade ; sp. hon., Metaphysics} ; M.A., Harvard University, 1897. ^f. T.
i>. B. K. Born May 5, 1853, Philadelphia, Pa.

Vice-principal of High School, Middletown, Conn., also graduate
student in Wesleyan University, 1881-83. Tutor in Greek, Wesleyan
University, 1883-84. Studied in American School of Classical Studies,
Athens, Greece, 1884-85; University of Munich, Germany, 1885-86;
Harvard University, 1886-87. Headmaster of Friends' Academy, New
Bedford, Mass., 1887-1900; St. Andrew's School, Concord, Mass., 1900-
14. Resided in France, 1914. Instructor in French, St. Paul's School,
Concord, N. H., 1916-19. Private tutor, 1919 .

Married June 17, 1889, Grace Blanchard Weed, of Newton, Mass.
Children: Margaret Weed, b. April 24, 1890, m. William C. Greene;
Roger Weed, b. October 31, 1891 ; Thomas Hooper, b. January 28, 1896.

Address : 33 Concord Ave., Cambridge, Mass.

1269. CHARLES LEONARD FOSTER. B.A. ; LL.B., Columbia
University, 1883; M. A., Wesleyan, 1884. A. K. E. $. B. K. Born Sep-
tember u, 1859, Lakeville, Conn.

Studied in Columbia Law School, 1881-83. Practising law in New
York, N. Y., 1883 . Trustee of Wesleyan University, 1917 .

Married February 6, 1890, Evelene M." Smith, of Bridgeport, Conn.
Children: Elon (No. 3157) , b. September 14, 1892; Evelene Smith.

Address : i Madison Ave., New York, N. Y.

1270. T[HOMAS] ALMERN GRIFFIN. B.A.; M.A., 1888.
*. T. Born August 18, 1861, Champlain, N. Y.

Studied law in Mechanicsville, N. Y., 1881-82. In business, 1882-84.
Studied law, 1884-86. Practising law in Albany, N. Y., 1886 .

Married May 22, 1889, Rebecca Davis, of Greenbush, N. Y., who died
August 23, 1901. Married June i, 1909, Gertrude Tallmadge Keefer,
of Mechanicsville, N. Y. Children : Marguerite Rebecca, b. July 28,
1890, m. Clarence E. DeLack; Almern Frederick, b. December 3, 1892
(class of 1914).

Address : Journal Building, Albany, N. Y.

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1881] GRADUATES.

1271. *LEE LIGHT GRUMBINE. B.A.; M.A., 1884. X. *.
Born July 25, 1858, Fredericksburg, Pa. Lawyer. Died August 18,
1904, Lebanon, Pa.

1272. *MERRILL HITCHCOCK. B.A. (gen. hon., ist grade; sp.
hon., Metaphysics}. *. T. $. B. K. Born November 20, 1854, Pitts-
ford, Vt. Brother of No. 1219. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died
March 7, 1907, South Shaftsbury, Vt.

1273. FREDERIC ASBURY JACKSON. B.A.; M.A., 1884.
A. A. <. Born August n, 1860, Springfield, Mass. Son of No. 626.

Taught in Pennington Seminary, N. J., 1881-82; Belleville Academy,
N. Y., 1882-84. Superintendent of schools, Monticello, Iowa, 1884-87;
Mount Pleasant, Iowa, 1887-91. With the New York Life Insurance

Company, 1891 ; comptroller of the company, New York, 1905-11;

for the European department, with headquarters at Paris, France,

1911 . Comptroller, Y. M. C. A., American Expeditionary Force,

November, 1917-March, 1918; chairman, finance committee, March, 1918-
March, 1919, and September, I9i9-December, 1920.

Married August 4, 1885, Emma Jennings, of Pierrepont Manor, N. Y.

Address: 346 Broadway, New York, N. Y.

1274. WILLIAM ADELBERT JONES. B.A. (gen. hon., ist
grade} ; M.A., 1884. A. A. 4>. 4>. B. K. Born September 8, 1857,
Camden, N. Y.

Professor of Latin and Greek, Iowa Wesleyan University, 1881-83.
Associate, later managing editor, of The lozva State Register, Des Moines,
Iowa, 1883-90. Lieutenant-colonel on the staff of Governor Larrabee
of Iowa, 1888. Jn business as land and mining broker, Seattle, Wash.,
1891-93. Engaged in law and newspaper work, Syracuse, N. Y., 1893-99.
Assisted in founding The Syracuse Post, and served as editor four years.
Treasurer and general counsel of the Whitehead & Hoag Company,

Newark, N. J., 1899 ; vice-president, 1919 . Secretary-treasurer,

Williams and Anderson Co., Providence, R. I., 1920 . Trustee of

Wesleyan University, 1917 . President, Board of Trustees, Essex

Co. Homoeopathic Hospital, Newark, N. J., 1920 .

Married October 14, 1909, Gertrude Snodgrass, of Paterson, N. J.
Child: Dora, b. July 22, 1911.

Address : 97 Glenwood Ave., East Orange, N. J.

1275. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN KIDDER. B.A. ; M.A., 1884;
Ph.D., Syracuse University, 1891, and New York University, 1893;
D.D., Wesleyan, 1910. <. N. 0. Born May 6, 1856} South Norridge-
wock, Me.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New York East Conference, 1881 .

Married December 13, 1881, Jeanette Graves, of Florence, Mass. Chil-
dren : Benjamin Henry, b. June 5, 1883; Frank Howard (No. 2752),
b. September 16, 1886; Raymond Starr, b. November 17, 1890 (class of
1912).

Address : 210 S. Main St., New Canaan, Conn.

1276. FRANK BRUCE LYNCH. B.A.; M.A., 1884; D.D., 1896.
&. T. 3>. B. K. Born November I, 1854, Moundsville, Va.

Methodist Episcopal minister, Philadelphia Conference, 1881 .

Presiding Elder, South District, 1895-1901 ; District Superintendent,
1907-10. Delegate to National Prohibition Convention, Cincinnati, Ohio,

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GRADUATES. [1881

1892. Delegate to General Conference, M. E. Church, 1900, '08. Trus-
tee of Dickinson College, 1895 . Trustee, M. E. Hospital, Phila-
delphia, Pa., 1895-1909; Secretary, 1901-08.

Married June I, 1882, Ida Morton DeWitt, of Harmony, N. J. Chil-
dren : Mabel Kathryn, b. March 6, 1883 (B.A., Goucher, 1896), m. Rev.
Percy Wilmot; William DeWitt, b. September 4, 1884; Frank Bruce,
b. January 8, 1889 (M.D., Univ. of Penn., 1913) ; Rachel Marian, b.
August 4, 1896, m. Meredith Tyson; James Gillinder, b. June 2, 1899.

Address : 2022 E. Madison Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.



1277. *CHARLES WESLEY McCORMICK. B.A. (gen. lion.,
2nd grade) ; M.A., 1884, and New York University, 1894; Ph.D., New
York University, 1898; D.D., Syracuse University, 1897, and Wesleyan,
1910. ^f. T. $. B. K. Born December 14, 1856, New Prospect, N. J.

Methodist Episcopal minister, Newark, Northern New York, and New
York East Conferences, 1881-1920. President of Centenary Collegiate
Institute, Hackettstown, N. J., 1900-01. Superintendent, New York Dis-
trict, 1916-19. Trustee of Wesleyan University, 1902-03. Died October
19, 1920, East Orange, N. J.

Married October 5, 1881, Edith C. Mirteenes, of Port Jervis, N. Y.
Children: Olin Foss (No. 2625), b. March 16, 1886; Josephine
Mirteenes, b. February n, 1893.

1278. WILLIAM WESLEY McGILTON. B.A.; M.A., 1884;
Sc.D., Middlebury College, 1921. ^. T. 3>. B. K. Born June 25, 1857,
Waterford, N. Y.

Taught in Fort Edward Institute, N. Y., 1881-91. Studied in Uni-
versity of Leipzig, Germany, 1891-92. Professor of Chemistry, Middle-
bury College, 1892-1921 ; Professor Emeritus, 1921 .

Married July 2, 1881, Alice Eliza King (daughter of No. 316), of
Fort Edward, N. Y.

Address : Middlebury, Vt.

1279. WILLIAM EDWARD MEAD. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd grade;
sp. hon., Eng. Lit.); M.A., 1884; Ph.D., University of Leipzig, 1889.
*. T. $. B. K. Born October 25, 1860, Gallupville, N. Y.

Graduate student and Assistant Librarian, Wesleyan University, 1881-
82. Associate principal, Ansonia High School, Conn., 1882-84. Assist-
ant in Rhetoric, Wesleyan University; also taught history in State
Normal School, New Britain, Conn., 1884-85. Principal of High School,
Troy, N. Y., 1885-87. Studied in University of Leipzig, Germany, 1887-
89; University of Berlin, and Ecole des Chartes, Paris, 1889-90; British
Museum, London, England, 1890. Associate Professor of the English
Language, Wesleyan University, 1890-93; Professor, 1893 . Pro-
fessor of Middle English, University of Chicago (Summer Quarter),
1903. Lecturer on English, Columbia University Summer School, 1911.
Vice-president, American Dialect Society, 1904-05; secretary-treasurer,
1906; secretary, 1907-12; president, 1912-15. Author: The Versifica-
tion of Pope in its Relations to the i?th Century; Elementary Composi-
tion and Rhetoric; Outlines of the History of the Legend of Merlin;
Selections from Malory's Morte Darthur; The Squyr of Lowe Degre;
Practical Composition and Rhetoric; The Grand Tour in the i8th
Century. Joint Author : Language Lessons ; Grammar Lessons.

Married June 21, 1893, Kate Campbell Hurd, M.D., of Newburyport,
Mass.

Address : Middletown, Conn.

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1881] GRADUATES.

1280. ELMER TRUESDELL MERRILL. B.A. (gen. hon., ist
grade; sp. hon., Greek, Latin) ; M.A., 1889; LL.D., St. Andrews Uni-
versity, 1911. 3>. N. 9. <. B. K. Born January I, 1860, Millville, Mass.
Brother of No. 1049.

Squire Scholar, Wesleyan University, 1881-82. Taught in State
Normal School, Westfield, Mass., 1882-83. Tutor in Latin, Wesleyan
University, 1883-86. Graduate student, Yale University, 1885-86.
Studied in University of Berlin, Germany, 1886-87. Professor of Latin,
University of Southern California, 1887-88. Professor of the Latin
Language and Literature, Wesleyan University, 1888-1905 ; Trinity Col-
lege, Conn., 1905-08. Professor of Latin, University of Chicago,

1908 . Ordained deacon in the Protestant Episcopal Church, 1894;

priest, 1895. Member, Managing Committee, American School of Classi-



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