1585. *WILLIAM WELLINGTON ALEXANDER. B.A. 3>. N. 9.
$>. B. K. Born 1864. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died March 5,
1897, Binghamton, N. Y.
1586. STOCKTON AXSON. B.A. (gen. hon., ist grade) ; M.A.
(on exam.), 1892; Litt.D., University of Pittsburgh, 1909; L.H.D.,
Wesleyan, 1914. $. B. K. Born June 6, 1867, Rome, Ga.
Graduate student in Johns Hopkins University and Wesleyan Univer-
sity, 1890-92. Instructor in English, University of Vermont, 1892-93;
Acting Professor, 1893-94. Staff lecturer for American Society for
Extension of University Teaching, Philadelphia, 1894-96. Assistant
Professor, and Professor, of English, Adelphi College, 1896-99. Assist-
ant Professor of English, Princeton University, 1899-1904; Professor,
1904-13. Professor of English, Rice Institute, 1914 . National
secretary, American Red Cross, 1917-19. Editor: The Citizen (Uni-
versity Extension organ), 1894-96.
Address : Rice Institute, Houston, Texas.
1587. FRANCIS ASBURY BAGNALL. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd
grade; sp. hon., Math.} ; M.A. (Hon.), 1910. <&. T. 3>. B. K. Born
August 31, 1866, Chelsea, Mass. Son of No. 116.
Graduate student, Wesleyan University, 1890-91. Principal of High
elseif (getClientWidth() > 430)
School, Stafford Springs, Conn., 1891-94; Saint Albans Academy, Vt,
1894-1901. Superintendent of schools, Adams, Mass., 1901 . Secre-
tary, Vermont State Board of Normal School Commissioners, 1898-1901.
Chairman of Trustees, Adams Public Library, 1907 .
Married August 15, 1892, Mary Field Taft, of Stafford Springs, Conn.,
who died April 13, 1905. Married October 30, 1912, Marion Lymna
Collins, of St. Albans, Vt. Children : Katherine Morse, b. November I,
1893, m. Perry H. Bascom; Frances Taft, b. September n, 1895;
Margaret Field, b. February 12, 1899, m. Ralph McKendrich.
Address: Adams, Mass.
1588. CHARLES ELMORE B ARTO. Ph.B. ; D.D., Illinois Wes-
leyan University, 1909. A. K. E. Born October 5, 1862, Northport,
Methodist Episcopal minister, New York East Conference, 1890 .
Superintendent, Blakeslee Training School for Deaconesses and Christian
Workers, New Haven, Conn., 1921 .
Married May 7, 1891, Nellie Maria Daniels, of Unionville, Conn.
Children: Marjory Irene, b. February 14, 1892 (B.S., Simmons, 1914),
m. Frederic P. Weaver ; Earl Briggs, b. June 4, 1893 ; Dorothy, b.
September n, 1894; Elmore Gordon, b. January 24, 1903.
Address : 576 George St., New Haven, Conn.
1589. EDWARD ARTHUR BAWDEN. B.A. (gen. lion., ist
grade; sp. hon., Phil.}. <k. T. 3>. B. K. Born April 29, 1868, Dalton,
Lancashire, England. Brother of No. 1780.
Taught in Centenary Collegiate Institute, Hackettstown, N. J., 1890-92.
Methodist Episcopal minister, Philadelphia Conference, 1892 .
Married March 27, 1895, Margaret J. Bence, of Three Springs. Pa.
Children : Catherine Frances Ellen, b. January 3, 1904 ; Edward Arthur,
b. March 23, 1910.
Address: 401 Garfield Square, Pottsville, Pa.
1590. ROBERT JAMES BEACH. B.A.; B.D., Drew Theological
Seminary, 1893; M.A., New York University, 1899. X. M>. Born May
9, 1865, Bridgeport, Conn.
Studied in Drew Theological Seminary, 1890-93. Methodist Episcopal
minister, New York East Conference, 1894 .
Address : 31 Brooklawn Place, Bridgeport, Conn.
1591. JESSE LEANDER BEERS. B.A. A. K. E. Born August
29, 1868, Easton, Conn.
Taught in Mount Allison Wesleyan Academy, Sackville, N. B., Canada,
1890-92; Susquehanna Collegiate Institute, Towanda, Pa., 1892-94;
Centenary Collegiate Institute, Hackettstown, N. J., 1894-95. Graduate
student in Harvard University, 1895-96. Taught in Worcester Academy,
Mass., 1896-99; Hope St. High School, Providence, R. I., 1899 .
Married August 9, 1898, Edith Humphrey, of Towanda, Pa., who died
November 27, 1919. Children: Helen Humphrey, b. December 3. 1901;
Eleanor, b. March 13, 1903.
Address: 180 Doyle Ave., Providence, R. I.
1592. RICHARD ELLSWORTH BELL. B.A.; D.D., Syracuse
University, 1916. A. A. <. Born October 12, 1863, New York, N. Y.
Studied in Drew Theological Seminary, 1890-91. Methodist Episcopal
minister, New York Conference, 1891 . Superintendent of Kingston
Married February 8, 1905, Minnie McElhone, of New York, N. Y.
Address : Ossining, N. Y.
1593. *JOHN ANDREW BERGSTROM. B.A. (gen. hon., ist
grade; sp. hon., Phil.} ; Ph.D., Clark University, 1894. A. K. E.
$. B. K. Born October 28, 1867, Blidsberg, Sweden. College professor.
Died February 28. 1910, Palo Alto, Cal.
1594. FRANK CHAPIN BRAY. Ph.B. (gen. hon., 2nd grade}.
Born May 7, 1866, Salineville, Ohio.
Proof-reader on The Daily C our ant, Hartford, Conn., 1890-91. City
editor. Evening Herald, Middletown, Conn., 1891. City editor, Morning
Dispatch, Erie, Pa., 1891-92; managing editor, 1892-94. On the staff of
The Literary Digest and other magazines, New York, N. Y., 1894-99.
Editor of The Chautauquan, 1899. Editor-in-chief of publications of the
Chautauqua Press, 1902. Managing editor of the Chautauqua Press,
1906-14. Chautauqua editor of The Independent, and associate editor of
Current Opinion, 1914-16. Editorial secretary of the World Court League.
Editor of The World Court (changed to League of Nations Magazine},
1916-19. Superintendent, editorial division, Inter-church World Move-
ment, 1919. Editorial specialist, The Literary Digest and other publica-
tions, 1920 . Author: A Reading Journey through Chautauqua.
Married June 18, 1901, Gertrude McMillan, of Washington, Pa., who
died April 17, 1920. Child: Martha Wilhelmina, b. July 17, 1913.
Address: 15 Gramercy Park, New York, N. Y.
1595. CHARLES MANNING CHILD. Ph.B. (gen. hon., ist
grade; sp. hon., Chem., Biol.) ; M.S., 1892; Ph.D., University of Leip-
zig, 1894. X. ^. <i>. B. K. Born February 2, 1869, Ypsilanti, Mich.
Assistant in Biology, Wesleyan University, 1890-92. Studied in the
University of Leipzig, Germany, 1892-94; Zoological Station, Naples,
Italy, 1894-95. Fellow in Zoology, University of Chicago, 1894-95;
Assistant, 1895-97; Associate, 1897-98; Instructor, 1898-1905; Assistant
Professor, 1905-09; Associate Professor, 1909-16; Professor, 1916 .
Instructor in Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Holl, Mass., 1895-97
(summers). Author: Senescence and Rejuvenescence, 1915; Individ-
uality in Organisms, 1915; Origin and Development of the Nervous
System, from a Physiological Vieiv point.
Married August 15, 1899, Lydia Van Meter, of Baltimore, Md.
Children: Chauncey Van Meter, b. September 18, 1903, d. September 28,
1903 5 Jeanette Manning, b. May 10, 1907.
Address : University of Chicago, Chicago, 111.
1596. *GIDEON WALES COONS. B.A. A. A. $. Born March
12, 1869, West Stockbridge, Mass. Brother of Nos. 1471 and 2074.
Teacher. Died April 27, 1892, Kingston, N. Y.
1597. RICHARD WATSON COOPER. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd
grade}', D.D., 1909; Litt.D., Hamline University, 1909. ^. T. Born
December 22, 1866, Cheswold, Del.
Graduate student and Assistant Librarian, Wesleyan University, 1890-
91. Taught in Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, Mass., 1891-99. Profes-
sor of English Literature, Hamline University, 1899-1909. President of
Upper Iowa University, 1909-16. Executive secretary. Council of
Church Boards of Education, 1916-17. Secretary, Association of Ameri-
can Colleges, 1915-18. Y. M. C. A. secretary, with A. E. F. in France,
April, I9i8-August, 1919; Registrar, A, E. F. University, at Beaune.
Director, Bureau of Education," Service Citizens of Delaware, 1919 .
Decorated Officier d'Academie, by French Minister of Instruction, 1919.
State lecturer in English Literature to summer schools of Minnesota,
1900-02. Lecturer on the Shakesperean drama, University of Minnesota,
Married June 29, 1892, Emma White, of Pittston, Pa. Children:
Richard White, b. March 16, 1893; Henry Perkins, b. March 30, 1894;
Hermann, b. December 31, 1895; Edwin Jonas, b. February 13, 1897;
William Paul, b. July 12, 1902; Dorothy, b. November 13, 1904.
Address : Library Building, Wilmington, Del. Residence : Newark,
1598. LEWIS NELSON CRANE. Ph.B. A. K. E. Born 1868,
Teacher, principal and superintendent of schools.
Address : 301 Rosenbloom Bldg., Syracuse, N. Y
1599. EDWIN PARKER CURRIER. B.A. Born August 24,
1867, Plainfield, Vt.
Taught in American College, Concepcion, Chile, 1890-1903. In the
printing business, New York, N. Y., 1903-08; Rutland, Vt, 1908
Married July 26, 1903, Ina Belle Goodell, of Mount Holly, Vt Child:
Arlyn Goodell, b. November 8, 1908.
Address: 181 Grove St., Rutland, Vt
1600. FRANK BURNETT DAINS. Ph.B. ( s p. hon., Chem.) ;
M.S., 1891 ; Ph.D., University of Chicago, 1898. *. T. $. B. K. Born
January 15, 1869, Gouverneur, N. Y. Son of No. 617; brother of No.
Graduate student in Wesleyan University, 1890-91 ; Assistant in
Chemistry, 1891-93. Assistant in Chemistry, University of Kansas, 1893-
94. Fellow, University of Chicago, 1894-95. Assistant Professor of
Chemistry, Northwestern University School of Medicine, 1895-1901.
Studied in the Universities of Freiburg and Berlin, Germany, 1901-02.
Professor of Chemistry, Washburn College, Kans., 1902-11. Associate
Professor of Chemistry, University of Kansas, 1911-14; Professor,
Married September 24, 1898, Alice Haight, of Rockford, 111.
Address : University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kans.
1601. CHARLES FELLOWS EGGLESTON. B.A. (gen. hon.,
2nd grade; sp. hon., Phil.) ; LL.B., University of Pennsylvania, 1893.
^. T. $. B. K. Born January 8, 1868, Brooklyn, N. Y. Son of No.
584; brother of Nos. 1552 and 1684, and of S. B. Eggleston (class of
Studied in Law School of University of Pennsylvania, 1890-93. Prac-
tising law in Philadelphia, Pa., 1893 . President, Borough Council,
Glenolden, Pa., 1909 .
Married June 4, 1896, Mary Ella Lovett, of Philadelphia, Pa. Chil-
dren : Elisabeth Dare, b. March 19, 1897 (B.A., Goucher, 1920);
Miriam Lovett, b. August 17, 1898 (B.A., Goucher, 1920) ; Catharine
Coe, b. November 17, 1902; Virginia Alden, b. December 18, 1913.
Address: 1218 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
1602. EDGAR SMITH FERNALD. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd grade) .
$. N. 0. $. B. K. Born February 25, 1865, Wilton, Me. Brother of
W. M. Fernald (class of 1893).
On the staff of The Springfield (Mass.) Daily Union, 1890-95; The
New York Evening Post, 1895-96; The Springfield Republican, 1896-
1903. President and manager, Fernald's Exchange, Inc., Springfield,
Mass., 1898 .
Married November 10, 1896, Lucy May Squires, of Brooklyn, N. Y.
Child: Stanbrough, b. September 18, 1900 (class of 1922).
Address: 31 Cherryvale Ave., Springfield, Mass.
1603. CHARLES JESSUP FOSTER. B.A. X. *. Born March
15, 1869, Canton, Mass. Brother of No. 1516, and of Myra E. Foster
(class of 1881) and J. A. Foster (class of 1892).
Commercial salesman and orchardist
Married February 14, 1893, Myrtle Morgan, of Sumner, 111.
(deceased). Married January 15, 1910, Mrs. Alice B. Hay, of London,
England. Child: Pauline, b. February 25, 1897.
Address: R. F. D., Portland, Ore.
1604. FRED ERNEST FULLER. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd grade} ;
LL.B., National University, 1892; LL.M., National University, 1893.
A. A. <. Born March 27, 1868, West Auburn, Pa.
Taught in Chamberlain Institute, Randolph, N. Y., 1890. Clerk in
War Department, Washington, D. C, 1890-92. Connected with U. S.
Court of Claims, Washington, D. C, 1892-97. Practising law, 1897 .
Commissioner for Cape Nome District, Alaska, 1906-09. Judge, U. S.
District Court, 4th Division, Territory of Alaska, 1912-14.
Address: Haller Bldg., Seattle, Wash.
1605. *FREDERICK AUGUSTUS GASCOIGNE. B.A. *. T.
Born July 8, 1861, Brooklyn, N. Y. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died
January 26, 1896, New York, N. Y.
1606. FREDERIC SAMUEL GOODRICH. B.A. (gen. hon., ist
grade; sp. hon., Eng. Lit.} ; M.A., University of Michigan, 1897; D-D.,
Defiance College, 1909. ^. T. 3>. B. K. Born September 9, 1865,
Waterbury, Conn. Brother of No. 1743.
Studied in Germany "and Greece, 1890-91. Tutor in Greek, Wesleyan
University, 1891-92. Professor of the Greek Language and Literature,
Albion College, Mich., 1892-1906; Professor of the English Bible,
1906 . Joined New York East Conference, M. E. Church, 1892;
transferred to Michigan Conference, 1915. Delegate to General Confer-
ence, M. E. Church, 1916.
Married January 3, 1893, Mary Maltby Harrison, of Waterbury, Conn.
Children: Frederic Harrison, b. September I, 1895; Helen Ruth, b.
May 4, 1897 ; George, b. October 26, 1900, d. November 3, 1900.
Address: 302 College Court, Albion, Mich.
1607. WINFIELD SCOTT GOSS. B.A. X. *. Born April 12,
1861, Concord, Vt.
Assistant principal, Ives Seminary, Antwerp, N. Y., 1890-91. Princi-
pal of college and normal department of Straight University, New
Orleans, La., 1891-94. President of Tillotson College, Austin, Tex.,
1894-96. Dean of Talladega College, Ala., 1896-1904. Superintendent
of agriculture, Talladega, Ala., 1904-08. Farm manager, Winona College
of Agriculture, Ind., 1908 .
Married May 24, 1894, Laura Matilda Messick, of Zanesville, Ohio.
Children: Richard Messick, b. September 29, 1895; Theodore Curtis, b.
April 9, 1897.
Address : unknown.
1608. JAMES CHANDLER GRAHAM. B.S. $. N. e. Born
June 14, 1868, Brooklyn, N. Y. Son of No. 512; brother of No. 1583.
Graduate student in Wesleyan University, 1890-92. Teaching in
Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass., 1893 .
Address: Andover, Mass.
1609. *ROBERT PAUL GREEN. B.A. ; M.A. (on exam.), 1893.
Born December 2, 1867, Kingstown, N. J. Teacher. Died April 2, 1897,
1610. FREDERICK WATSON HANNAN. B.A.; B.D., Drew
Theological Seminary, 1893; D-D., Wesleyan, 1907. '*. T. 3>. B. K.
Born May 4, 1866, Cochecton, N. Y.
Studied in Drew Theological Seminary, 1890-93. Methodist Episcopal
minister, New York East Conference, 1893-1913. Professor of Biblical
Theology, Drew Theological Seminary, 1913 . Author: First Prin-
ciples for Young Christians; The Sunday School as an Evangelistic
Opportunity; Evangelism for the Neiv Age.
Married March 20, 1895, Anna Louise Danes, of Blue Point, N. Y.
Children: Watson Munroe (No. 3413), b. January 17, 1896; Herbert
Rhey (No. 3513), b. March 7, 1897; Chester Danes, b. January I,
1900 (class of 1924).
Address : Madison, N. J.
1611. JOHN MORGAN HARRIS. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd grade} ;
B.D., Drew Theological Seminary, 1893. 3>. N. 9. Born April 15, 1867,
Studied in Drew Theological Seminary, 1890-93. Methodist Episcopal
minister, Troy Conference, 1893 .
Married June 4, 1903, Clara Mabel Wood, of Pittsfield, Mass.
Address : 126 Malta Ave., Ballston Spa, N. Y.
1612. SAMUEL BOYER HARVEY. B.S. X. *. Born July 27,
1866, Mansfield, Conn.
Studied law in Willimantic, Conn., 1890-92. Practising law in Willi-
mantic, 1892 .
Married September 14, 1892, Evelyn Maud Bennett, of Chaplin, Conn.
Children: Samuel Hugh (No. 3242), b. July 7, 1894 ; Margery Bennett,
b. March 8, 1896; John Boyer, b. April 10, 1899.
Address: Willimantic, Conn.
1613. *JAMES ALONZO HULSE. B.S. (gen. hon., 2nd grade;
sp. hon., Math.). X. ^. $. B. K. Born October 20, 1867, Bellport,
Assistant in Physics, Wesleyan University, 1890-91. Taught in
Newark Academy, N. J., 1891-1906; Barringer High School, Newark,
1906-14; South Side High School, Newark, 1914-15. Died February 28,
1915, Newark, N. J.
Married August 29, 1894, Lucilla Preston Brigden, of Norwich, Conn.
Children: George Brigden (No. 3426), b. April 14, 1896; Clarissa, b.
December 5, 1901.
1614. WILLIAM ANDREW MONTGOMERY. B.A. A. A. $.
Born December 12, 1866, Grantham, N. H. Brother of H. Montgomery
(class of 1905).
Taught in Bishop Scott Military Academy, Portland, Ore., 1890-93.
With the Northwest Fire and Marine 'Insurance Company, Portland, Ore.,
1893-94. Vice-president (now president) of the J. K. Gill Company,
booksellers and stationers, Portland, Ore., 1894 .
Married November 21, 1894, Georgia G. Gill (sister of No. 1557), of
Portland, Ore. Children: Richard Gill, b. February 13, 1897 (B.A.,
Univ. of California, 1919) ; Frances Ann, b. February 9, 1903.
Address : 1091 Vaughn St., Portland, Ore.
1615. *WALTER EVERARD MORSE. B.A. (gen. hon.. 2nd
grade). <. N. 9. <. B. K. Born October 18, 1866, Livermore Falls,
Me. School principal. Died February 3, 1896, Monson, Mass.
1616. LEONARD COLBURN MURDOCK. B.A. ; D.D., Syra-
cuse University, 1905, and Wesleyan, 1913. <i>. N. 9. Born August 24,
1863, Toddsville, N. Y.
Methodist Episcopal minister, Wyoming Conference, 1890-1918.
Presiding Elder of Wyoming District, 1904-10; Scranton District,
1910-16. Representative of Board of Home Missions, Joint Centenary
Committee, 1918-20. Executive secretary, Philadelphia Area, Centenary
Committee, 1920 . Delegate to General Conference, M. E. Church,
1908, '12, '16; Ecumenical Methodist Conference, Toronto, 1911.
Married July 2, 1890, Lucy Eliza Peet, of Clayville, N. Y. Child:
Harriet Ellen, b. March 8, 1903.
Address : 1701 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa.
1617. LYON LEVI NORTON. B.A. (gen. lion., 2nd grade) ;
M.A. (Hon.), 1914. fy. T. Born January 29, 1865, Farmington, Me.
Brother of Nos. 1759, 1907, and 1964.
Taught in Maine Wesleyan Seminary, Kents Hill, Me., 1890-92;
Dickinson Preparatory School, Carlisle, Pa., 1892-94. Principal of
Junior High School, Troy, Ohio, 1894-95. Head of department of
mathematics, Mount Hermon School, Mass., 1895 ; vice-principal,
Married August 16, 1894, Lulu Grace Adams, of Litchfield, Me.
Children: Mary, b. August 23, 1896, d. September 21, 1901; Stephen
Adams (No. 3446), b. December 17, 1897; Hermon, b. February 22,
1902 (class of 1923) ; Norman, b. August 10, 1903; Paul, b. November
Address : Mount Hermon, Mass.
1618. GEORGE HOWARD OPDYKE. Ph.B. ; M.A., Columbia
University, 1891 ; Ph.D., New York University, 1902. A. A. $>. Born
November 21, 1867, New York, N. Y. Son of No. 465; brother of
C. P. ppdyke (class of 1886).
Studied in Columbia Law School, 1890-91. Engaged in mining and
manufacturing, 1893 . President, Rector Gas Lamp Company, New
South Mining and Development Company.
Address : 1457 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
1619. WENDELL PHILLIPS PARKER. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd
grade; sp. hon., Math.). 3>. N. Q. <f>. B. K. Born February 7, 1863,
North Gorham, Me.
Taught in East Maine Conference Seminary, Bucksport, Me., 1890-92.
Graduate student in Harvard University, 1892-93 ; University Scholar,
Harvard, 1895-96. Taught in Olivet College. Mich., 1896; High School,
Worcester, Mass., 1896 . Lecturer on the study of birds, Natural
History Museum, Worcester, 1899 .
Married December 28, 1897, Frances T. Swazey, of Bucksport, Me.
Children: Philip Swazey, b. April 13, 1901; Robert Lombard, b. April 8,
Address : 1 1 Cleveland Ave., Worcester, Mass.
1620. GEORGE LUTHER PECK. B.A. A. A. $. Born Feb-
ruary 12, 1869, Susquehanna, Pa. Son of L. W. Peck (class of 1845).
Studied law in Scranton, Pa., 1890-93. Practising law in Scranton,
Pa., 1893 . President, Electric City Bank of Scranton, 1910 .
Trustee of Wesleyan University, 1917 . Lay delegate to General
Conference, M. E. Church, 1912.
Married September 10, 1896, Helen Abigail Mott, of Scranton, Pa.
Children: George Francis (No. 3605), b. November 10, 1897; James
Knickerbocker (No. 3687), b. July 24, 1899; Jesse Truesdell, b. Decem-
ber 17, 1901, d. February 8, 1910; Mott, b. September 2, 1907.
Address : Scranton Saving and Dime Bank Building, Scranton, Pa.
1621. CARL NOYES QUIMBY. B.S. A. K. E. Born November
27, 1866, Newbury, Vt. Son of No. 634; brother of No. 1911.
Clerk, 1891-1902. In the wholesale optical goods business (firm,
Quimby Optical Co.), Boston, Mass., 1902 .
Married June I, 1899, Grace Evelyn Frye, of Boston, Mass. Child:
Dorothy, b. April 17, 1900 (B.A., Boston University, 1921).
Address : 60 Hillside Ave., Arlington Heights, Mass.
1622. WILLIS FENTON ROE. B.A. A. A. $. Born February
i, 1868, Mexico, N. Y. Son of No. 571 ; brother of No. 1366.
Clerk in War Department, Washington, D. C, 1890-1918. Chief
clerk, Motor Transport Corps, 1918 . President, War Department
Cooperative Store Association, 1919.
Married June 14, 1893, E. Pauline Leech, of Washington, D. C.
Children: Roxa, b. March 16, 1896, m. Karl F. Walker; Abner Leech, b.
March i, 1903.
Address: 1838 Ontario Place, Washington, D. C.
1623. EDWIN SLOAN TASKER. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd grade} ;
M.A. (on exam.), 1908; D.D., 1912. ^f. T. 3>. B. K. Born January
n, 1866, Washington, D. C. Brother of No. 2307.
Taught in Maine Wesleyan Seminary, Kents Hill, Me., 1890-91. In
the employ of the Peabody Manufacturing Company, Manchester, N. H.,
1891-92. Studied in School of Theology, Boston University, 1892-95.
Assistant pastor of M. E. Church, Plymouth, Mass., 1893-94; Maiden,
Mass., 1894-95. Methodist Episcopal minister, New Hampshire Confer-
ence, 1895 Delegate to General Conference, M. E. Church, 1908.
Trustee of Tilton Seminary; pastor, and instructor in English Bible,
1916-21. Trustee of Wesleyan University, 1909 .
Married May 16, 1895, Grace Clarke Pitkin, of Schenectady, N. Y.
Children: Albert Pitkin, b. January 4, 1897, d. August 28, 1902; Pauline
Bradford, b. May 21, 1900; Harold Peabody, b. June 26, 1901 ; Charlotte
Battles, b. April 29, 1906.
Address: 649 State St., Portsmouth, N. H.
1624. WILSON WALLACE THOMPSON. B.A. ( s p. hon., Eng.
Lit.) ; LL.B., New York Law School, 1892. A. A. $. $. B. K. Born
February 5, 1867, New York, N. Y. Son of No. 785; brother of No.
On the staff of The New York Tribune; studied law in Columbia Law
School, 1890-91. Studied in New York Law School, 1891-92. Practis-
ing law in New York, N. Y., 1893 .
Married September 13, 1893, Clara Maria Coggshall (No. 1631).
Children : Clark Coggshall, b. May 9, 1898 (class of 1919) ; Malcolm
George, b. January 22, 1900 (class of 1921).
Address : 277 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
1625. *[JOHN] JACKSON TINKER. Ph.B. A. K. E. Born
March 15, 1867, New York, N. Y.
Engaged in journalism, 1890-1913. Washington correspondent of The
Nezv York Press, etc., 1903-12. Died July 16, 1913, Washington, D. C.
Married January i, 1908, Mabel J. Mcllveen, of England. Child
(adopted) : Royal, b. November 28, 1894.
1626. LEWIS GARDNER WESTGATE. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd
grade; sp. hon., Geol.} ; B.A., Harvard University, 1891; M.A.,
Harvard, 1892; Ph.D., Harvard, 1896. SK T. 3>. B. K. Born October
8, 1868, Phenix, R. I. Son of No. 822; brother of Nos. 1995 and 2123.
Graduate student in Harvard University, 1890-92 ; Assistant in Geology,
1891-92. Graduate student in Yale University; Assistant in Physical
Geography in Wesleyan University, 1892-93. Taught in High School,
Evanston, III, 1893-1900. Professor of Geology, Ohio Wesleyan Uni-
versity, 1900 . Assistant geologist, U. S. Geological Survey, 1913-
19; associate geologist, 1919 . Fellow, Geological Society of
Married September 5, 1893, Martha Josephine Beach (No. 1629).
Address : Delaware, Ohio.
1627. JOHN QUINBY WOOD. B.A.; LL.B., Harvard University,
1900. A. A. <. Born June 24, 1867, Bucksport, Me.
Taught in Oahu College, Hawaii, 1890-93. Studied in Harvard Law
School, 1893-95, 1899-1900. Practised law in Honolulu, Hawaii, 1896-
99. Engaged in study and travel, 1900-08. U. S. vice-consul, Milan,
Italy, 1908-09. U. S. consul, Venice, Italy, 1910; Tripoli, 1910-13.
Consul-General, Adis Ababa, Abyssinia, 1914. Attached to Consulate-
General, Paris, 1914. Consul, Chemnitz, Germany, 1915-17; Marseilles,
France, 1917-18; St. Michael's, Azores, 1918-19; Tiflis, Russia, 1919;
Havre, France, 1919. Head of Consular Mission, Coblenz, Germany,
1919-20. Attached to American Commission for Germany, 1920 .
Commissioner of Education, Hawaiian Islands, 1898-99.
Married July n, 1901, Harriet Goddard, of Boston, Mass. Child:
Manon Godard, b. March 3, 1906.
Address : American Mission, American Embassy, Berlin, Germany.
1628. ANNA HARRIS ANDREWS. Ph.B. (gen. lion., 2nd
grade). Born 1869, Forestville, Conn.
Teaching in High School, Hartford, Conn., 1890 .
Address : 167 Beacon St., Hartford, Conn.
1629. MARTHA JOSEPHINE BEACH (WESTGATE). Ph.B.
(gen. hon., ist grade; sp. Hon., Eng. Lit.}. <i>. B. K. Born March 28,
1868, Middletown, Conn.
Taught in High School, Middletown, Conn.. 1890-93.
Married September 5, 1893, Lewis Gardner Westgate (No. 1626).
Address : Mrs. L. G. Westgate, Delaware, Ohio.
1630. MARY ROMER BEACH. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd grade)',