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family, 1848. Remained in the employ of the succeeding charge d'affaires
for several years. Secretary of the British vice-consul, Turin, Italy,
1857-71. U. S. consular agent for Turin and provinces; taught English
and Italian at Turin; tutor in English to the royal family at Turin,
1867-68. Died September 26, 1871, Turin, Italy.

JOHN ROGERS COMMONS.

B.A., Oberlin College, 1888; M.A., Oberlin, 1890. Born October 13,
1862, Hollandsburg, Ohio.

Graduate student, Johns Hopkins University, 1888-90. TUTOR IN
ECONOMICS AND SOCIAL SCIENCE, WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1890-91.
Associate Professor of Political Economy, Oberlin College, 1891-92.
Professor of Political Economy, Indiana University, 1892-95. Professor
of Sociology and Civics, Syracuse University, 1895-96; Professor of
Sociology, 1896-99. Expert agent, Industrial Commission, 1901. Assist-
ant secretary, National Civic Federation, 1902. Professor of Economics,

University of Wisconsin, 1904 . Member, Wisconsin Industrial

Commission, 1911-13; U. S. Industrial Relations Commission, 1913-15.
Author : Distribution of Wealth; Social Reform and the Church; Rep-
resentative Democracy.

Address: Madison, Wis.

CHARLES JAQUES GOODWIN.

B.A., Bowdoin College, 1887; M.A., Bowdoin, 1890; Ph.D., Johns
Hopkins University, 1890. Born March 13, 1866, Farmington, Me.

Graduate student, Johns Hopkins University, 1887-90 (University
Scholar, 1888-89; Fellow in Greek and Sanskrit, 1889-90). Professor
of the Greek Language and Literature, Cornell College, Iowa, 1890-92.
TUTOR IN GREEK, WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1892-95. Professor of Greek,
St. Stephen's College, 1898-99; Lehigh University, 1899 .

Address : 18 East St., Bethlehem, Pa.



TEACHERS.

*LYMAN COLEMAN.

B.A., Yale College, 1817; M.A., Yale, 1833; M.A. (Hon.), Middle-
bury College, 1833; S.T.D., College of New Jersey (now Princeton
University), 1847. Born June 14, 1796, Middlefield, Mass.

Taught in Latin Grammar School, Hartford, Conn., 1817-20. Tutor
in Yale College; also studied in Yale Divinity School, 1820-25. Pastor
of Congregational Church, Belchertown, Mass., 1825-32. Principal of
Burr Seminary, Vt., 1832-37. Principal of English Department of
Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass., 1837-42. Studied in Germany, and
traveled in Europe and the East, 1842-44. Instructor in Latin and Greek,
Amherst College, 1844-46. Professor of German, College of New Jer-

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sey (now Princeton University), 1847-49, 1858-60. Taught in Phila-
delphia, Pa., 1849-58. Traveled in Europe and the East, 1856-57.
TEACHER OF HEBREW AND BIBLICAL LITERATURE, WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY,
1860-62. Professor of Latin and Greek, Lafayette College, 1862-82.
Died March 16, 1882, Easton, Pa.

CHARLES SUMNER NASH.

B.A., Amherst College, 1877 ; M.A., Amherst, 1891 ; B.D., Hartford
Theological Seminary, 1883; D.D., Amherst, 1897. Born February 18,
1856, Granby, Mass.

Instructor, Robert College, Constantinople, Turkey, 1877-80. Studied
in Hartford Theological Seminary, 1880-84. TEACHER OF HEBREW,
WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1883-84. Pastor of First Congregational
Church, East Hartford, Conn., 1884-90. Instructor in Elocution and
Biblical Theology, Hartford Theological Seminary, 1890-91. Professor
of Homiletics and Pastoral Theology, Pacific Theological Seminary,
1891-1911; President and Professor of Church Polity, 1911 .

Address : Pacific School of Religion, Berkeley, Cal.



LIBRARIAN.

*SAMUEL GRAY HULBERT.

Born January 6, 1805, Hudson, N. Y.

Studied in Yale College, 1825-26. In poor health; engaged occa-
sionally as clerk in banks in Middletown, Conn., 1826-36. In business,
Middletown, Conn., 1836-40. Engaged in farming in Michigan,- 1840.
Secretary of the Russell Manufacturing Company, Middletown, Conn.,
1845-67. LIBRARIAN OF WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1867-68. Engaged in
literary and scientific work, Middletown, Conn., 1868-72. Died March
12, 1872, Middletown, Conn.



CURATORS OF THE MUSEUM.

WALTER BRADFORD BARROWS.

B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1876. Born January 10,
1855, Wellesley Hills, Mass.

Instructor in Chemistry and Physics, Colegio Nacional, Argentine
Republic, 1879-81. Taught in State Normal School, Westfield, Mass.,
1881-82. ASSISTANT IN NATURAL HISTORY, WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY,
1882-84; CURATOR OF THE MUSEUM, 1884-86. First assistant orni-
thologist, U. S. Department of Agriculture, 1886-94. Professor of

Zoology and Physiology, Michigan Agricultural College, 1894

Entomologist, Mich. Agricultural Experiment Station, 1897-98.

Address : East Lansing, Mich.

*S[AMUEL] WARD LOPER.

M.A. (Hon.), Trinity College, Conn., 1882. Born July 3, 1835,
Guilford, Conn.

Instructor in Geology, Trinity College, Conn., 1890-91. Assistant
geologist, U. S. Geological Survey, 1891-94. ASSISTANT IN THE
MUSEUM, WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1893-94; CURATOR OF THE MUSEUM,
1894-1910. Engaged in field work, U. S. Geological Survey, 1896-1904.
Author: Echoes of the Home of Halleck: Life and Writings of Henry
C. Work. Died March 31, 1910, Middletown, Conn.

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DIRECTORS OF THE GYMNASIUM.

CHARLES SPAULDING ALDRICH.

B.A., Brown University, 1894; M.A., Wesleyan University, 1896.
Born April I, 1871, Weathersfield, Vt.

DIRECTOR OF THE GYMNASIUM, WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1894-96.
Practising law in Troy, N. Y., 1898 .

Address : 21 Second St., Troy, N. Y.

FREDERICK WILLIAM MARVEL.

Ph.B., Brown University, 1894. Born December 25, 1869, Rehoboth,
Mass.

Instructor in Drawing and Physical Culture, Brown University, 1894-
96. DIRECTOR OF THE GYMNASIUM, WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1896-1901,
1902-03. Instructor in the G3 r mnasium, Moses Brown School, Provi-
dence, R. I., 1901-02. Director (now Professor) of Physical Training,
Brown University, 1903 .

Address : Brown University, Providence, R. I.

DAVID CONNOLLY HALL.

Ph.B., Brown University, 1901; M.S., University of Chicago, 1903;
M.D., University of Chicago, 1907. Born May i, 1875, Sherbrooke,
Que., Canada.

DIRECTOR OF THE GYMNASIUM, WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1901-02.
Instructor in Physical Training, University of Oklahoma, 1902-03 ;
Instructor in Physical Training and Physiology, 1903-05 ; Professor of
Physical Training and Director of Athletics, 1905-06. Studied in Rush
Medical College, Chicago, 1906-08. Professor of Physical Education,
University of Washington, 1908-17; of Hygiene, and University Phy-
sician, 1919 . Served in U. S. Army in Italy, 1917-19.

Address : University of Washington, Seattle, Wash.

HORACE CHENEY SWAN.

M.D., Tufts College, 1903. Born June 29, 1878, Providence, R. I.

DIRECTOR OF THE GYMNASIUM, WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1903-05. Pro-
fessor of Physiology and Physical Training, and Medical Director,
Trinity College, Conn., 1905 .

Address : Trinity College, Hartford, Conn.

HOWARD ROLAND REITER.

B.A., Princeton University, 1898; M.A., Princeton, 1900. Born 1871,
Philadelphia, Pa.

Studied in Princeton Theological Seminary, 1900-02. DIRECTOR OF THE
GYMNASIUM, WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1905-11. Professor of Physical
Education, Lehigh University, 1911 .

Address: Lehigh University, South Bethlehem, Pa.



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GRADUATES.



The records of those who died before the publication of the last edition of the ALUMNI
RECORD in iqu will be found complete in that volume. In order to save space, a con-
densed statement only, including, however, all important items, is given in this issue.

For explanation of the terms employed to indicate relative scholastic standing, such
as Valedictory, Salutatory, and the various awards of Honors, see the Preface.



CLASS OF J833,

1. *DANIEL HENRY CHASE. B.A. (vale die. }; M.A., 1836;
LL.D., 1856. $. B. K. Born March 8, 1814, Hoosick, N. Y. Brother
of No. 93. School principal. Died May 15, 1905, Middletown, Conn.

2. *BENJAMIN I. DIEFENDORR B.A.; M.A, 1836. Born
March 12, 1809, Canajoharie, N. Y. Methodist Episcopal minister and
school principal. Died October 19, 1875, Prey's Bush, N. Y.

3. *WILLIAM GOLLICAR. B.A. (salut.}. School principal. Died
1833.

4. *JOHN ROPER. B.A. ; M.A, 1836. Born June 6, 1813, York-
shire, England. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died March 30, 1847,
Chillicothe, Ohio.

5. *GEORGJE HOPKINS ROUND. B.A.; M.A., 1836. Born Jan-
uary 21, 1807, Richfield, N. Y. Brother of No. 224. School principal
Died August 3, 1879, Lenoir, N. C.

6. *ALEXANDER HAMILTON WRIGHT. B.A. Born May 27,

1814, Charlton, N. Y. Law student. Died January 2, 1838, Michigan
City, Ind.



CLASS OF J834.

7. *AARON COKE BANGS. B.A.; M.A., 1837. Born Novem-
ber i, 1815, Kortright, N. Y. Teacher. Died October 9, 1837.

8. *WILLIAM MILLER BURTON. B.A. ; M.A., 1838. Born
1808, Litchfield County, Conn. College professor; rector, Protestant
Episcopal Church. Died November 20, 1854, Tecumseh, Mich.

9. *FISHER AMES FOSTER. B.A.; M.A., 1837. Born July 4,
1811. Lawyer, journalist, and government official. Died April 27, 1883.

10. *AMBROSE PRENTISS MERRILL. B.A.; M.A., 1838.
Born July 14, 1807, Frankfort, Me. Teacher and preacher. Died
August 24, 1854, Wayland, Mass.

11. *JOHN WESLEY MERRILL. B.A.; M.A., 1837; D.D.,
McKendree College, 1844. A - A - * Born May 9, 1808, Chester, N. H.
Brother of No. 23, and of A. B. Merrill (class of 1837). Methodist
Episcopal minister; professor in theological schools. Died February 9,
1900, Concord, N. H.



1834-35:1 GRADUATES.

12. *DAVID PATTEN. B.A. ; M.A., 1837; D.D., 1855. <i>. X. 0.
3>. B. K. Born October 10, 1810, Boston, Mass. Methodist Episcopal
minister; professor in theological schools. Died March 26, 1879,
Boston, Mass.

13. 'GARDNER RICE. B.A. ; M.A., 1837. Born December 13,
1805, Wayland, Mass. Principal of various academies. Died February
24, 1881, Shrewsbury, Mass.

14. *PERLEE BLAKE WILBUR. B.A. ; M.A., 1837. Born
December 21, 1806, Dutchess County, N. Y. President of girls' schools.
Died June n, 1859, Cincinnati, Ohio.



CLASS OF J835. .

15. *ELIJAH KEELER BANGS. B.A.; M.A., 1838. Born July
12, 1817, New York, N. Y. Son of President Nathan Bangs. Engaged
in business. Died February 19, 1894, New York, N. Y.

16. *HOLDEN DWIGHT. B.A. (vatedic.) ; M.A., 1839. Born
August 28, 1810, Thompson, Conn. Brother of No. 50. Teacher and
school principal. Died November 24, 1846, Berea, Ohio.

17. *REUBEN HOLMES HARRIS. B.A. ; M.A., 1838. Born
February 21, 1814, Derby, Conn. Teacher. Died August 27, 1844,
Chardon, Ohio.

18. *HUGH BLAIR JOLLEY. B.A. ; M.A., 1838. Born Novem-
ber i, 1811, Coeymans, N. Y. Principal of various academies. Died
March i, 1896, Newark, N. J.

10. *JOHN CHRISTIAN KEENER. B.A., 1839; M.A., 1842;
D.D , Florence College, Ala.; LL.D., Southern University, Ala., 1879.
Born February 7, 1819, Baltimore, Md. Bishop of the Methodist Epis-
copal Church, South. Died January 19, 1906, New Orleans, La.

20. *HARVEY BRADBURN LANE. B.A. ; M.A., 1839. *. T.
<. B. K. Born January 10, 1813, Wyoming Valley, Pa. Brother of
G. W. Lane (class of 1835). College professor; later in business.
Died August 28, 1888, Saratoga, N. Y.

21. *MARVIN MARCY MASON. B.A. Born, January 26, i8c8,
Southbridge, Mass. Teacher. Died July 2, 1854, Vineville, Ga.

22. *SAMUEL LIVINGSTONE MATHER. B.A. ; M.A., 1839.
Born July i, 1817, Middletown, Conn. Brother of H. R. Mather
(class of 1844). Lawyer and manufacturer. Died October 8, 1890,
Cleveland, Ohio.

23. *ANNIS MERRILL. B.A.; M.A., 1838. <i>. B. K. Born
September 9, 1810, Harwich, Mass. Brother of No. n, and of A. B.
Merrill (class of 1837). College professor and lawyer. Died February
2, 1905, San Francisco, Cal.



GRADUATES. [1835-36

2*. *ELISHA BOURNE NYE. B.A. ; M.A., 1838; M.D., Yale
University, 1837. $>. B. K. Born November 7, 1812, Sandwich, Mass.
Physician. Died March 7, 1889, Middletown, Conn.

25. *SABURA STEBBINS STOCKING. B.A. ; M.A., 1838. Born
June 24, 1810, Glastonbury, Conn. Rector, Protestant Episcopal
Church. Died March 24, 1896, Jamaica, N. Y.

26. *BENJAMIN FRANKLIN TEFFT. B.A. ; M.A., 1838; D.D.,
Ohio Wesleyan University, 1846; LL.D., Madison (now Colgate)
University, 1852. Born August 20, 1813. Floyd, N. Y. Methodist
Episcopal minister; college professor ; journalist. Died September 16,
1885, Brewer, Me.

27. *WILLIAM DOWNES TUBES. B.A. (salut.). Died 1835.



CLASS OF J836.

28. *HENRY BANNISTER. B.A. ; M.A., 1839; D-D., 1850.
4>. B. K. Born October 5, 1812, Conway, Mass. School principal;
professor in a theological seminary. Died April 15, 1883, Evanston, 111.

29. *DWIGHT ELIZUR BATES. B.A. ; M.A., 1839- Born
November 21, 1814, Springfield, Mass. Brother of No. 91. Civil
engineer. Died February 19, 1899, Hamburg, Ala.

30. *SAMUEL BOTSFORD BUCKLEY. B.A.; M.A., 1840;
Ph.D., Waco University, 1872. Born May 9, 1809, Torrey, N. Y.
Geologist. Died February, 1884, Austin, Texas.

31. *WILLIS STEPHEN BURR. B.A. Born 1816, Haddam, Conn.
Lawyer. Died October 15, 1869, Selma, Ala.

32. *JOHN WILLIAM FLETCHER BURRUSS. B.A. (valedic.) ;
M.A., 1840. Born October 7, 1814, Caroline County, Va. Cotton
planter. Died October 5, 1866, St. Louis, Mo.

33. *DAVIS WASGATT CLARK. B.A.; M.A., 1839; D.D., 1850.
<. B. K. Born February 25, 1812, Mount Desert, Me. Bishop of the
Methodist Episcopal Church. Died May 23, 1871, Cincinnati, Ohio.

34. *WILLIAM HALSEY. B.A. ; M.A., 1840. Born February 9,
1810, Bridgehampton, N. Y. School principal. Died December 20,
1880, Harrisburg, Texas.

35. *WILLIAM AUGUSTUS MEIGS HAND. B.A. Born April
29, 1817, Cromwell, Conn. Student of law and theology. Died May
16, 1839, Cromwell, Conn.

30. THEODORE HINSDALE. B.A. Born February 3, 1819,
Middletown, Conn. Lawyer. Died August 19, 1880, Brooklyn, N. Y.



1836-37] GRADUATES.

37. *DANIEL PARISH KIDDER. B.A. ; M.A, 1840; D.D.,
McKendree College, 1851, and Wesleyan, 1855. <I>. B. K. Born October
18, 1815, Darien, N. Y. Methodist Episcopal minister, professor of
theology; corresponding secretary, M. E. Board of Education. Died
July 29, 1891, Evanston, 111.

38. TIMOTHY DANIELSON LINCOLN. B.S., 1838. Born
May n, 1815, Brimfield, Mass. Lawyer. Died April i, 1891, Cincinnati,
Ohio.

39. *WILLIAM HEZEKIAH NATHANIEL MAGRUDER.
B.A. (salut.) ; M.A., 1843; M.A., Transylvania University; LL.D.,
University of Mississippi. Born December 31, 1815, Jefferson County,
Miss. School principal. Died March 9, 1900.

40. *WILLIAM WHITING MARSH. B.A. ; M.A., 1839. Born
April 17, 1811, Victor, N. Y. School principal. Died June 15, 1863,
Victor, N. Y.

41. *WILLIAM HENRY POTTER. B.A. ; M.A., 1839. Born
October 21, 1814, Cumberland, R. I. Teacher. Died May 29, 1882,
Jackson, La.

42. *SCHUYLER SEAGER. B.A. ; M.A., 1839} D.D., 1855.
Born July 26, 1807, Simsbury, Conn. Methodist Episcopal minister,
and school principal. Died October 22, 1874, Lockport, N. Y.

43. *JAMES WARRENNE SUNDERLAND. B.A. ; LL.D.,
O'Fallon University. Born February 19, 1813, Exeter, R. I. College
professor ; later in business. Died April 9, 1904, Collegeville, Pa.

44. *WILLIAM ASBURY YOUNG. B.A.; M.A., 1839. Born
December 5, 1816, Berne, N. Y. Lawyer. Died November 29, 1889,
Albany, N. Y.



CLASS OF 1837.

45. *WILLIAM HENRY ANDERSON. B.A. ; M.A., 1840; D.D.,
Wofford College, S. C, and Southern University, Ala., 1866. Born
September 17, 1817, Wilmington, N. C. College president. Died May
2, 1893, Carlisle, Ky.

46. *SMTTH CLIFT. B.A. Born about 1815, Carmel, N. Y.
Lawyer. Died August 16, 1893, Newport, R. I.

47. "CHARLES COLLINS. B.A. (vale die. ); M.A., 1840; D.D.,
Centenary College, Masonic College, and Dickinson College, 1851.
<i>. N. 6. $. B. K. Born April 17, 1813, North Yarmouth, Me. College
president. Died July 10, 1875, Memphis, Tenn.



GRADUATES. [1837

48. *GEORGE BRAINERD CONE. B.A. ; M.A., 1840. Born
about 1812, Coventry, Conn. Teacher. Died 1851 (or 1852), Gaines-
ville, Ala.

49. *DANIEL CURRY. B.A. ; M.A., 1840; D.D., 1852; LL.D.,
Syracuse University, 1878. $. N. 6. <. B. K. Born November 26, 1809,
near Peekskill, N. Y. Brother of John Curry (class of 1842). Metho-
dist Episcopal minister; editor of church papers. Died August 17, 1887.

50. *LEWIS DWIGHT. B.A.; M.A., McKendree College, 1840.
Born July 22, 1813, Thompson, Conn. Brother of No. 16. School prin-
cipal ; Methodist Episcopal minister ; later engaged in business. Died
December 24, 1891, St. Louis, Mo.

51. *WILLIAM THOMPSON HARLOW. B.A. ; M.A., 1840.
$. B. K. Born April 18, 1816, Duxbury, Mass. Brother of E. H.
Harlow (class of 1849). Methodist Episcopal minister. Died January
21, 1881, Omaha, Neb.

52. *DANIEL LESTER HARRIS. B.S., 1838. Born February 6,
1818, Providence, R. I. Brother of No. 123. President of railroad.
Died July n, 1879, Springfield, Mass.

53. *WILLIAM HYER. B.A.; M.A., 1840. Born February 14,
1807, near Carlisle, Pa. Minister, Methodist Episcopal Church South.
Died November 3, 1855, Vicksburg, Miss.

51. *GEORGE KELLOGG. B.A.; M.A., 1840. Born June 19,
1812, New Hartford, Conn. Brother of J. Kellogg (class of 1840).
Inventor and manufacturer. Died May 6, 1901, New Hartford, Conn.

55. *CHARLES ANTHON LEE. B.A. Born about 1817, Balti-
more, Md. Law student. Died December, 1837, Carlisle, Pa.

56. *WILLARD MARTIN RICE. B.A. ; M.A., 1840; D.D., 1866.
$. N. 6. 4>. B. K. Born April 30, 1817, Lowville, N. Y. Presbyterian
minister; recording secretary, Presbyterian Board of Publication.
Died March 6, 1904, Haverford, Pa.

57. *RICHARD S. SEELY. B.A. Born about 1813. In the
ministry, Methodist Episcopal and Protestant Episcopal churches.
Died February 18, 1871.

58. *JAMES MCMILLAN SHAFTER. B.S., 1838; M.A. (Hon.),

1845. Born May 27, 1816, Athens, Vt. Brother of O. L. Shafter (class
of 1834). Lawyer and judge. Died August 27, 1892, San Francisco,
Cal.

59. *HENRY WISNER SMITH. B.A. (salut.}. Farmer. Died
May, 1844, Windham, Pa.

60. *ERASTUS WENTWORTH. B.A. ; M.A., 1840; D.D.,
Allegheny College, 1850. -$?. T. <. B. K. Born August 5, 1813, Stoning-
ton, Conn. Methodist Episcopal minister ; college professor and
president. Died May 25, 1886, Sandy Hill, N. Y.



1837-38J GRADUATES.

61. *EPHRAIM EMERSON WILEY. B.A. ; M.A., 1840; D.D.,
Genesee College, 1854. 4>. B. K. Born October 6, 1814, Me'.rose, Mass.
Brother of Nos. 142 and 248. College president. Died March 13, 1893,
Emory, Va.



CLASS OF J838.

62. *JAMES LAWRENCE ALVERSON. B.A. ; M.A, 1841;
LL.D., 1860. $. N. 0. $. B. K. Born 1816, Seneca, N. Y. School
teacher and college professor. Died September 12, 1864, Lima, N. Y.

63. *EDWARD BANNISTER. B.A. ; M.A., 1841 ; D.D., Dickin-
son College, 1863. <*>. B. K. Born December 14, 1814, Phelps, N. Y.
Brother of W. H. Bannister (class of 1849). Methodist Episcopal
minister, school principal, and college president. Died September 27,
1871, Marysville, Cal.

64. *ARTEMAS BIGELOW. B.A.; M.A., 1841. Born July 4,
1818, Springfield, Mass. Scientist and manufacturer. Died November
29, 1901, Vineland, N. J.

65. *LORENZO WHITING BLOOD. B.A.; M.A., 1841. Born
April 13, 1812, Mason, N. H. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died
September 13, 1889, Willimantic, Conn.

66. "HAMILTON BREWER. B.A. ; M.D., Yale University, 1841.
$. B. K. Born August 3, 1813, East Hartford, Conn. Physician ; later
in business. Died May 21, 1855, Middletown, Conn.

67. *WILLIAM HINKLEY BUSSELL. B.A., 1839; M.A., 1842.
i>. B. K. Born December 4, 1809, Portland, Me. Teacher. Died April
9, 1897, Watervliet, N. Y.

68. *EDWARD COOKE. B.A. (salut.) ; M.A., 1841 ; D.D.,
McKendree College, 1854, and Harvard University, 1855. i>. N. 6.
$. B. K. Born January 19, 1812, Bethlehem, N. H. Methodist Episcopal
minister, school principal, and college president. Died September 18,
1888, Newton Centre, Mass.

69. *JOHN HENRY FALCONER. B.A. ; M.A., 1841. Born
July 19, 1819, Baltimore, Md. Lawyer. Died September 30, 1889,
Washington, D. G.

70. *SILAS FITCH. B.A. ; M.A., 1841. Born March 15, 1813,
Franklin, N. Y. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died October 26, 1885,
Irvington, N. Y.

71. *ALBERT S. HANKS. B.A. Lawyer. Died 1847.

72. *BOSTWICK HAWLEY. B.A. ; M.A., 1841; D.D., 1863.
$. B. K. Born April 8, 1814, Camillus, N. Y. Methodist Episcopal
minister. Died July 29, 1910, Saratoga Springs, N. Y.



GRADUATES. [1838

73. "VARNUM LUTHER HOPKINS. B.A. ; M.A., 1841. Born
September 17, 1809, Thompson, Conn. Teacher, preacher, and farmer.
Died April 12, 1890, Richfield Springs, N. Y.

74. *ROBERT DAVIS HOWE. B.A. ; M.A., 1842. Born April
16, 1818, Albany, N. Y. School principal, and in business. Died
November 27, 1880, Vicksburg, Miss.

75. *JESSE BEAUFORT HURLBERT. B.A. ; M.A., 1841. Born
about 1820, near Prescott, Ont., Canada. Principal of girls' schools ;
college professor. Died 1891.

70. *LOREN LAERTES KNOX. B.A. (valedic.} ; M.A., 1841;
D.D., Lawrence University, 1868. $>. B. K. Born January 8, 1811,
Nelson, N. Y. School principal ; college professor. Died January 18,
1901, Evanston, 111.

77. ^STEPHEN MARTINDALE. B.A. Born June 3, 1819, Cen-
treville, Md. Brother of No. 294. Lawyer. Died May 28, 1852.

78. *WILLIAM MATTOCKS. B.A. Born June 20, 1818,
Peacham, Vt. Brother ojf No. 194. Lawyer. Died December 22, 1859,
Kenosha, Wis.

79. "CHARLES NEGUS. B.A. ; M.A., 1857. Born December 19,
1815, Stockbridge, Mass. Lawyer and judge. Died May 4, 1877, Fair-
field, Iowa.

80. *ANTHONY PALMER. B.A. Born March 23, 1815, Wood-
stock, Conn. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died June 13, 1877,
Norwich, Conn.

81. *ERASTUS OTIS PHINNEY. B.A. ; M.A., 1841; M.D.,
Harvard University, 1841. Born February 26, 1810, Sandwich, Mass.
Physician. Died July 8, 1883, Monument Beach, Mass.

82. *JOHN WESLEY PRATT. B.A. Born December 8, 1815,
Pratt's Hollow, N. Y. Teacher and preacher, also engaged in farming.
Died February 9, 1896, Lansingville, N. Y.

83. *LEONIDAS ROSSER. B.A.; M.A., 1841; D.D., Emory
and Henry College, 1858. Born July 31, 1815, Petersburg, Va. Metho-
dist Episcopal minister. Died January 24, 1892, Ashland, Va.

84. *ALFRED SAXE. B.A. ; M.A., 1841. $. B. K. Born Sep-
tember 5, 1813, Sheldon, Vt. Teacher and preacher. Died October 8,
1846, Sheldon, Vt.

85. *FRANKLIN SOULE. B.A. ; M.A.. 1841. Born January 17,
1810, Freeport, Me. Newspaper editor. Died July 3, 1882, San Fran-
cisco, Cal.



1838-39] GRADUATES.

86. *ELIHU SPENCER. B.A. 4. B. K. Born February 26, 1820,
Warren, Ohio. Lawyer. Died April n, 1858, Middletown, Conn.

87. *DANIEL CUMMINGS VAN NORMAN. B.A.; M.A., 1841 ;
LL.D., 1859. Born August 15, 1817, near Hamilton, Ont., Canada.
School principal. Died June 24, 1886, New York, N. Y.

88. *EDGAR BANKS WAKEMAN. B.S. Born 1816, Monticello,
N. Y. Brother of D. B. Wakeman (class of 1836). Lawyer. Died
November 5, 1885, Bloomfield, N. J.

89. *HIRAM ABIJAH WILSON. B.A. ; M.A., 1841. Born
December 19, 1812, Winsted, Conn. School principal ; later engaged
in business. Died May 23, 1893, Saratoga Springs, N. Y.



CLASS OF 1839,

90. *JOSEPH TRUE ARNOLD. B.A. ; M.A., 1842. Born April
20, 1807, Derby, Vt. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died July 24, 1893,
St. Peter, Minn.

91. *FRANCIS ASBURY BATES. B.A.; M.A., 1842; M.D.,
Louisiana Medical College, 1843. Born February 14, 1819, Springfield,
Mass. Brother of No. 29, Physician and planter. Died April 23, 1889,
Marion, Ala.

92. *GEORGE WHITING BURKE. B.A. ; M.A., 1842; M.D.,
Yale University, 1843. <J>. B. K. Born June 27, 1821, New Haven, Conn.
Physician. Died June 4, 1904, Middletown, Conn.

93. *SIDERA CHASE. B.A.; M.A., 1842. A. K. E. i>. B. K.
Born October 31, 1818, Hoosick, N. Y. Brother of No. I. Teacher,
manufacturer, and journalist. Died September 21, 1897, Nordhoff, N. J.

94. *LESTER MUMFORD CLARK. B.A. ; M.A., 1843. $. N. 0.
Teacher. Died 1843, in Missouri.

95. JONATHAN COE. B.A. ; M.A, 1842. <*>. N. 9. Born June
i, 1815, Winsted, Conn. Rector, Protestant Episcopal Church. Died
April 25, 1866, Athens, N. Y.

96. *ABIEL CONVERSE. B.S. Born December 13, 1815,
Thompson, Conn. Lawyer. Died April 7, 1906, Thompson, Conn.

97. *WALDO FLINT CONVERSE. B.A. Born October 8, 1818,
New Braintree, Mass. Manufacturer. Died February 17, 1899, San-
dusky, Ohio.

98. *JOSHUA MARSDEN DONALDSON. B.A.; M.A., 1842.
Born December 4, 1815. Lawyer. Died March 30, 1877, Farmington,
Minn.

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GRADUATES. [1839

99. *CLARK TITUS HINMAN. B.A. ; D.D, Ohio Wesleyan
University, 1851. $>. N. 0. <. B. K. Born August 3, 1819, Kortright,
N. Y. School principal and college president. Died October 21, 1854,
Troy, N. Y.

100. *MEAD HOLMES. B.A. (salut.) ; M.A., 1843, Born
December n, 1819, New York, N. Y. Presbyterian minister. Died June
17, 1906, Rockford, 111.

101. *ALEXANDER COMSTOCK HUESTIS. B.A. Born April
16, 1819, Perry, N. Y. Teacher; later in business. Died January 23,



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