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ville District, S. C.

Left college during Sophomore year. Private in the Confederate
Army, 1862-65. Planter in the South. Died August 3, 1911, Scotts, Ala.

*WILLIAM McKENDREE CARTON. *. T. Born in Vernon,
N. Y. Left college during Junior year. While in Kansas, on his way
overland to California, he was killed by the Indians, 1853.

*WILLIAM FLINTOFF HUMPHREY. B.A., Yale College, 1852;
M.D., Jefferson Medical College, 1854. <i>. N. 0. Born October 24, 1826,
Maccan, N. S., Canada. Left college during . Sophomore year.
Physician. Died 1865, St. John, N. B., Canada.

CHARLES THOMPSON WESLEY KELLOGG. Born November
20, 1832, Haddam, Conn.

Left college at the end of Sophomore year. Ordained priest in the
Protestant Episcopal Church. Rector of churches in New Haven, Conn.,
Johnstown, Elmira, and New York, N. Y., 1860-68. Rector of Burlington
College, N. J., 1870-72.

Address : unknown.

*DANIEL C. LOGUE. M.D., New York Medical College. Born in
1832, in Otisville, N. Y. War surgeon on the Monitor in the Civil War.
Practised medicine in Brooklyn, N. Y., until 1900, when he retired. Died
in Bellmore, N. Y.

638



NON-GRADUATES. [1851

JOHN MOORE. Born in Ireland.

Left college during Freshman year. Ordained minister in the Congre-
gational Church, 1852. Supplied Congregational churches in Yarmouth,
North Carver, and Lynn, Mass., and in Philadelphia, Pa., 1858-66.
Editor of The American Guardian, 1866. Resided in Philadelphia, Pa.,
1870-73; Brooklyn, N. Y., 1874-77; Boston, Mass., 1879. Lecturer on
Geology and Religion.

Address : unknown.

*JAMES COFFIN MOULTON. Born in Porter, Me. Left college
during Senior year. Lawyer. Died 1863.

*EDWIN ALDRICH ROGERS. B.A., Harvard University, 1852.
Born October 20, 1825, Newbury, Vt. Left college at the end of Fresh-
man year, having attended but one term. Lawyer. Died June 29, 1898,
San Francisco, Cal.

"STEPHEN ROBERT SCHUYLER. Born November 23, 1832,
Rhinebeck, N. Y. Left college during Sophomore year. Surveyor and
civil engineer. Died April 18, 1864, Rhinebeck, N. Y.

*ISAAC LOCKWOOD SEELY. Born 1826, South Onondaga, N. Y.
Left college during the second term of Sophomore year. Engaged in
farming in Geneva, N. Y. Died June 17, 1911.

*LAROY SUNDERLAND SLADE. Born 1828, Chelsea, Mass.
Left college during Sophomore year, 1848. Manufacturer. Died
October, 1889, Chelsea, Mass.

"OLIVER RICHARDS STEELE. B.A., Trinity College (Conn.),
1851 ; M.A., Trinity. <. N. 0. Left college during Sophomore year.
Lawyer. Died October 2, 1875, New York, N. Y.

*SIMPSON ROBESON STROUD. Born April, 1830, Stroudsburg,
Pa. Left college during Sophomore year. In business. Died November
4, 1861, Camden, N. J.

*MANLY FARWELL TOOKER. Born June 17, 1829, Geneva,
N. Y.

Left college during Sophomore year. In the book business, Cleveland,
Ohio ; grocery business, Syracuse, N. Y., Chicago, 111., and Milwaukee,
Wis. Died May 5, 1912, Chicago, 111.

*HENRY CRAIG WENTWORTH. A. T. Born June 8, 1825,
Readfield, Me. Left college during the second term of Senior year.
Lawyer. Died June 23, 1884, Auburn, Me.

*ROBERT CHARLES WETENHALL.

Left college during Sophomore year. Practised law in New York,
N. Y., 1852. In business in Meriden, Conn., 1864. In the jewelry
business, Los Angeles, Cal. Died in 1914.

*JOHN WESLEY WHITCHER. *. T. Born February 26, 1829,
Andover, N. H.

Left college at the end of the first term, Sophomore year. Taught in
Grant County, Wis., 1850-51. Civil engineer, Ohio and Pa. R. R., 1852;

639



1851-521 NON-GRADUATES.

Fort Wayne & Chicago R. R., 1853. Land agent, 111. Central R. R.,
1855-61. Practised law in Oakland, Cal., 1862-64. Superintendent of
public instruction in Storey County, Nev., 1866-72. City attorney of
Virginia City, Nev., 1868-81. U. S. commissioner of circuit court, Dis-
trict of Nevada, 1868. U. S. district attorney of Nevada. Died
February n, 1914, Virginia City, Nev.

"LORENZO WHITE. M.A. (Hon.), 1864. Born May 9, 1821,
Granby, Mass. Left college at the end of the first term, Freshman year.
Methodist Episcopal minister, later school principal. Died January 7,
1898.



CLASS OF J852.

'JOHN SEAVEY BAILEY. Born December 19, 1824, Swanville,
Me. Brother of No. 858. Left college during the first term, Freshman
year. Died April 22, 1850, Farmington, Me.

'FRANK BAKER. *. T. Born in New York, N. Y. Brother of
No. 475, and of Charles Baker (class of 1843) and G. G. Baker (class
of 1863). Left college during Freshman year. Broker. Died April
22, 1873, New York, N. Y.

'WILLIAM TYNG SMITH BRACKETT. M.D., Harvard Univer-
sity, 1854. Sk. T. Born 1828, in Maine. Left college during Freshman
year. Physician. Died October 17, 1862, Olneyville, R. I.

*EDWIN BURNS BREWER. Left college during Freshman year.
Deceased; date of death unknown.

'FRANCIS DANIEL BRODHEAD. Left college at the end of
Freshman year. Died May 6, 1895, Newfields, N. H.

'GEORGE WASHINGTON BROWN. *. T. Born June 8, 1824,
Westbrook, Me. Left college at the end of Freshman year. Rector,
Protestant Episcopal Church. Died November 26, 1896, Cottage City,
Mass.

'FRANCIS CART CANTINE. B.A., New York University, 1852.
Born October 8, 1831, Ithaca, N. Y.

Left college at the end of Junior year. Practised law in New York,
N. Y., 1854-1904. Died November 26, 1914, Houston, Va.

'JOHN RISLEY ELDRED. *. T. Left college during Sophomore
year. Machinist. Died November 9, 1882, Kingston, R. I.

'WILLIAM BIBBINS HALL. X. *. Left college during
Sophomore year. Deceased; date of death unknown.

'DANIEL PEASLEE JACOBS. Born March 24, 1830, Ossipee,
N. H. Left college during Freshman year. School principal. Died
April 5, 1852, Compton, Que., Canada.

640



NON-GRADUATES. [1852

*ENOCH JAGGER. Born March 24, 1828, West Hampton, N. Y.
Left college at the end of Junior year. Died August 25, 1851,
Huntington, N. Y.

*ANSON JONES. Born 1832, Brockville, Ont, Canada.

Left college, 1851, having entered as a Junior in 1850. Engaged in
banking in Toronto, Canada. Died September 25, 1906, Toronto, Ont.,
Canada.

*LEVIN MAJOR LEWIS. Born 1832, Vienna, Md. Left college
during Sophomore year. Minister, Methodist Episcopal Church, South.
Died June 5, 1886, Los Angeles, Cal.

"CHARLES OCTAVIUS LIVINGSTON. Born October 4, 1831,
Barrytown, N. Y. Brother of No. 373.

Left college during Sophomore year, 1851. Engaged in farming in
New York State, 1852-1914. Died May 30, 1914, Kingston, N. Y.

*HEZEKIAH McKEOWN. Born in Nicteaux, N. S., Canada.
Brother of No. 424. Left college during Junior year. Methodist
minister (Canada). Died October 14, 1883, Sussex, N. B., Canada.

*MELVILLE EMORY MEAD. A. T. Born September 11, 1833,
New York, N. Y. Brother of J. S. Mead (class of 1839) and
S. H. Mead (class of 1842).

Left college near the end of the Scientific course. In the wholesale
grocery business, New York, N. Y., 1852-68. Retired from business and
resided in Darien, Conn., 1864-89. In the real estate and insurance
business, New York, N. Y., and Connecticut towns, 1868-1921. Died
June 3, 1921, Norwalk, Conn.

*HIRAM ALMERON MORGAN. B.A, Madison (now Colgate)
University, 1853 ; M.A., Madison. A. T. Born May 9, 1826, Holyoke,
Mass. Left college during Junior year, 1851. Baptist minister. Died
February 5, 1910, Middletown, Conn.

*RALPH MARGARUM POMEROY. *. T. Born June i, 1827,
Peru, N. Y. Brother of Nos. 381, 466, and 541, and of William Pomeroy
(class of 1861). Left college during Freshman year. Miner and teacher.
Died 1858, Jamestown, Cal.

*GEORGE WASHINGTON ROGERS. Born August 11, 1827,
Chester, Conn. Left college during Sophomore year. Journalist. Died
April 22, 1880, Meriden, Conn.

*SOLOMON SIAS. M.A., Middlebury College, 1856; M.D. (Hon.),
University of Vermont, 1859. Born June 13, 1829, Danville, Vt.

Left college during Sophomore year. Taught in Fort Edward Col-
legiate Institute, N. Y., 1854-59. Principal of Bonham Female Institute,
Texas, 1859-67; New York Conference Seminary, Charlotteville, N. Y.,
1867-74; Schoharie Academy, N. Y., 1874-77, 1878-1902. President of
Soule University, Texas, 1877-78. Died June 3, 1911.

*EZEKIEL SMITH. Born January 8, 1823, Phillips, Me. Left
college at the end of Freshman year, 1849. Methodist Episcopal minister,
later farmer and in business. Died July 9, 1893, Brunswick, Me.

641



1853] NON-GRADUATES.

CLASS OF 1853.

"ABIAL RALPH ABBOTT. B.A., Amherst College, 1853. Born
April 5, 1832, Cobleskill, N. Y. Left college at the end of Junior year.
Lawyer. Died January 9, 1891, Chicago, 111.

*SILAS JONES BOURNE. B.A., Union College, 1853. Born in
Falmouth, Mass. Left college during Sophomore year. Teacher. Died
1858, Macon, Ga.

*HOSEA BALLOU BURNHAM. M.D., Vermont Medical College,
1853. Born October 15, 1829, Auburn, N. H.

Left college in the first term of Sophomore year. Practised medicine
in Epping and Manchester, N. H., 1855-1907. Retired, 1907. Superin-
tendent of school committee, Epping, N. H., for thirteen years. Died
February 29, 1920, Manchester, N. H.

*EDWIN REUBIN COBLEIGH. 3>. N. 6. Born December 25,
1830, East St. Johnsbury, Vt. Left college during Sophomore year.
Lawyer. Died September 8, 1857, East St. Johnsbury, Vt.

"LEWIS COLLINS. B.A., Union College, 1853; M.A., Union, 1856.
Born June 25, 1829, Greenville, N. Y. Left college in April of Freshman
year. School principal. Died 1904.

'ALBERT ETHRIDGE. M.A. (Hon.), 1862. *. T. Born January
19, 1829, Sandwich, N. H. Brother of No. 719.

Left college during Junior year, January, 1852. Pastor of a Congre-
gational church, Deer Park, 111., 1857-59. Principal of Dover Academy,
111., 1859-64. Superintendent of schools, Princeton, 111., 1865-67 ; Bureau
County, 111., 1867-72. Agent for Harper & Bros., publishers, Chicago,
111., 1872-76. Pastor of a Congregational church, Marseilles, 111.,,
1874-94. Retired, 1894. Died July, 1912, Marseilles, 111.

"AUSTIN F. HERRICK. Born June 17, 1824, Otis, Mass. Left
college during Freshman year. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died
September 2, 1896.

CHARLES FREDERICK KING. Born in Portland, Me.

Left college at the end of Freshman year. Lived in Georgia and
Florida, 1851. Lumber dealer in Portland, Me., 1852-61. Captain in
the Union Army; quartermaster sergeant; quartermaster, 1861-65.
Resided in Somerville, Mass., 1865-81. Delivery clerk of the appraiser's
stores, Boston Custom House, 1871-81.

Address: unknown.

"GEORGE WARREN NICKERSON. Born October 23, 1827,
Edmunds, Me.

Left college near the end of Freshman year. Taught school for
several years. During the Civil War, served in the Union Army.
Engaged in boot and shoe manufacturing in Brewer, Me., 1864-76. City
clerk, Brewer, Me. Died August 28, 1910.

642



NON-GRADUATES. [1853-54

*ROBERT NORTON RAND. Born April 19, 1830, Honeoye Falls,
N. Y. Left college during Sophomore year. In business. Died
January 9, 1895, Lyons, Iowa.

*GEORGE WASHINGTON RIDER. X. *. Born July, 1831, near
Salisbury, Md. Left college during Sophomore year. Teacher. Died
November, 1905, Baltimore, Md.

*JULIUS LEVI STRONG. Born November 8, 1828, Bolton, Conn.
Left college at the end of Freshman year. Lawyer ; U. S. Congressman.
Died September 7, 1872, Hartford, Conn.

*ALBERT WOODCOCK. B.A., Union College, 1853. A. T. Born
July 6, 1829, in Canada. Left college at the end of Sophomore year,
1851. Lawyer. Died June 15, 1894, Los Angeles, Cal.

*GEORGE HENRY WOODS. B.A., Brown University, 1853;

LL.B., Harvard University, 1855. * T - Born February 14, 1831,

Salem, Mass. Left college during Sophomore year. Lawyer. Died
October i, 1884, Decatur, 111.



CLASS OF J854.

*GURDON GALLUP BRONSON. B.A., New York University,
1854. X. *. Born 1830, Marblehead, Mass. Brother of J. O. Bronson
(class of 1849). Left college during Junior year. Methodist Episcopal
minister. Died July 28, 1857, Rhinebeck, N. Y.

*JESSE BRUSH. B.A., New York University, 1854; D.D., New
York University, 1904. ^. T. <. B. K. Born June n, 1830, Huntington,
N. Y.

Left college at the end of Sophomore year. Studied law, 1854-55.
Practised law, 1855-56. Studied in Union Theological Seminary, 1856-
59. Ordained minister of the Presbyterian Church, 1859. Pastor,
Susquehanna, Pa., 1859-61. Stated supply, Westhampton, Mass., 1862-63.
Chaplain of the 158th Regiment, N. Y. Volunteer Infantry, 1863-65.
Pastor, Congregational Church, Vernon, Conn., 1865-67; North Corn-
wall, 1867-73; Berlin, 1873-76. Without charge, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1876-
79. Rector of Protestant Episcopal Church, Saybrook, Conn., 1881-88 ;
Maysville, N. Y., 1888-93; Buffalo, N. Y., 1893-96. Chaplain of the
Church Home, Buffalo, 1896-1908. Died March 24, 1916, Shelburne, Vt.

MARSHALL CALKINS. M.D., Worcester Medical College, 1849;
B.A., Union College, 1853; M.A., Union, 1856; M.D., Dartmouth
College, 1868. *. T. Born September 2, 1828, Wilbraham, Mass.

Left college during Freshman year. Practised medicine in Phila-
delphia, Pa., and Springfield, Mass. Demonstrator of Anatomy, Syracuse
Medical College, 1851-52. Taught in Troy Academy, N. Y., 1852-53.
Consulting physician of the Springfield Home for Friendless Women and
Children; Professor of Physiology and Microscopic Anatomy,
University of Vermont, 1873-78.

Address : 14 Maple St., Springfield, Mass.

643



1854] NON-GRADUATES.

*JOHN HILL COLLIN. X. *. Born February 24, 1835, Lee, Mass.
Left college during Junior year. In business. Died 1887, Iberia, La.

*JOHN NEWLAND CRANDALL. A. T. Born October 6, 1828,
Wiscasset, Me.

Left college during Sophomore year. Principal of Lebanon Academy,
Conn., 1856; Sachem St. Public School, Norwich, Conn., 1857-58.
Secretary of Board of School Visitors for the town of Norwich. Con-
ducted a temperance paper, Worcester, Mass. Chief clerk in the
Norwich Savings Society, Conn., 1857-67. Engaged in the insurance and
real estate business, 1867-75 ; in the electric light business, New York,
N. Y., 1875-81. Died December 26, 1910.

*GEORGE WASHINGTON DIKEMAN. Born June 7, 1828,

Brooklyn, N. Y. Left college during Freshman year. Methodist

Episcopal minister, later farmer and lawyer. Died April 23, 1880,
Bellvale, N. Y.

*GEORGE HASELTINE. B.A., Dartmouth College, 1854; LL.B.,
Albany Law School, 1856; M.A., Dartmouth, 1857; LL.D., University
of Chicago, 1872, also University of Albany. ^. T. Born August 17,
1829, Bradford, Mass.

Left college at the end of first term, Freshman year. Solicitor of
British, foreign, and colonial patents, London, England, 1856-76.
Founder, and for two years (1860-62) editor, of The London American.
Head of a law firm in New York, N. Y., giving special attention to
foreign patents, 1882-1907. Member, and one of the organizers, of the
Vienna Patent Congress, 1873. Died September 9, 1915, Hoboken, N. J.

*SAVILIAN RICHARD HULL. Born July 16, 1827, Cheshire,
Conn. Left college during Freshman year, December, 1850. Lawyer,
later manufacturer. Died August, 1905.

*DANIEL MARVIN. B.A., Union College, 1854; M.A., Union, 1857.
X. &. Born January 29, 1830, Troy, N. Y. Left college during the
second term, Freshman year. Lawyer, later Methodist Episcopal
minister. Died 1905.

*PERLEY MASON. Born July i, 1831, Troy, Vt. Left college
during Sophomore year, February, 1852. Died 1899, Anoka, Minn.

*LEWIS MAYO. A. T. Left college during Sophomore year.
Lawyer. Deceased; date of death unknown.

*WILLIAM RYSON MULFORD, JR. X. *. Born February 18,
1833, Sag Harbor, N. Y. Left college during Sophomore year. Teacher
and preacher. Died July 7, 1864, in the military prison at Andersonville,
Ga.

*PELEG TOMPKINS PEARCE. Born February 5, 1833, Provi-
dence, R. I. Left college, July, 1852. Railroad contractor. Died
September 12, 1866, Freetown, Mass.

*OCTAVIUS PERINCHIEF. B.A., Trinity College (Conn.), 1854,
Born October 2, 1829, Warwick, Bermuda. Left college during Sopho-
more year. Rector, Protestant Episcopal Church. Died April 29, 1877,
Bridgeport, Pa.

644



NON-GRADUATES. [1854-55

*ERASTUS LADD PRENTICE. B.A., Amherst College, 1855.
Born 1825, New London, Conn. Left college during Freshman year.
Methodist Episcopal minister. Died February 28, 1873, Warwick, R. I.

*MADISON RIDDLESBARGER. B.A., Madison (now Colgate)
University, 1854; M.A., Madison, 1857. A. T. Left college during
Sophomore year. Journalist. Died in Colorado.

*WILLIAM CALLAHAN ROBINSON. B.A., Dartmouth College,
1854; LL.D., Dartmouth, 1879; M.A. (Hon.), Yale University, 1881.
Born July 26, 1834, Norwich, Conn.

Left college at the end of Sophomore year, 1852. Graduated from
General Theological Seminary, New York, N. Y., 1857. Preached in
the Protestant Episcopal Church, 1857-62. Associate editor of The
Catholic World, 1868-69. Judge of the City Court of New Haven, Conn.,
1869-71. Instructor in Law, Yale University, 1869-72. Member of the
Board of Education, New Haven, 1873-76 ; Connecticut Legislature, 1874.
Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, 1824-76. Professor of Law,
Yale University, 1872-96; Catholic University of America, 1896-1911.
Died November 6, 1911, Washington, D. C.

*DAVID TUTHILL. B.A., New York University, 1854; M.A.,
New York University, 1857. Born October 31, 1829, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Left college, June, 1852. Teacher, later in business. Died August 7,
1888, Santa Cruz, Cal.

*SYDNEY PALMER YORK. B.A., Union College, 1854; M.A.,
Union, 1857. Born May 3, 1829, Brookfield, N. Y. Brother of No. 251.
Left college during Sophomore year. School principal. Died June 7,
1903, Vineland, N. J.



CLASS OF 1855.

*HORACE BONHAM. B.A., Lafayette College, 1856; M.A.,
Lafayette. Born November 26, 1835, York, Pa. Brother of J. M.
Bonham (class of 1855). Left college at the end of Freshman year,
1852. Artist. Died March 7, 1892, York, Pa.

*JOHN MILTON BONHAM. Born November 26, 1835, York, Pa.
Brother of H. Bonham (class of 1855). Left college at the end of
Freshman year, 1852. Lawyer. Died June 17, 1897, Atlantic City, N. J.

*DAVID JOSIAH BREWER. B.A., Yale College, 1856; LL.B.,
Albany Law School, 1858; M.A., Yale, 1859; LL.D., Wesleyan, 1901,
also Iowa College, Washburn College, Yale University, University of
Wisconsin, University of Vermont, and Bowdoin College. Born June
20, 1837, Smyrna, Asia Minor. Brother of M. B. Brewer (class of
1858). Left college at the end of Junior year. Associate Justice, U. S.
Supreme Court. Died March 28, 1910, Washington, D. C.

*JOHN NELSON CARLETON. Born October 23, 1829, Newbury,
Vt. Left college during the winter of Freshman year. Manufacturer.
Died April 6, 1898, Mountville, Ga.

645



1855-56] NON-GRADUATES.

*JAMES W. CLAYTON. X. *. Left college during Freshman year.
Government official. Died about March, 1880, Baltimore, Md.

*FREDERICK ALONZO DOWNS. Born March 19, 1833, South
Berwick, Me. Brother of No. 1077. Left college during Junior year.
Teacher. Died November 13, 1874, Augusta, Me.

'BENJAMIN AUGUSTUS HUGHES. M.D., College of Surgeons,
London, England, 1857. X. \l^. Born in Bermuda. Left college during
Freshman year. Physician. Died April, 1859, Liverpool, England.

*OSCAR HAMILTON HUNTLEY. M.D., Jefferson Medical Col-
lege, 1856. Born July 4, 1834, Alstead, N. H. Left college during
Freshman year. Physician. Died 1904.

EDWARD BENT KEYTE. Born August 2, 1833, Keytesville, Mo.

Left college during Junior year, August, 1853. Engaged in business,
1854-61. Taught in Missouri, Arkansas, and Texas, 1861-81. Principal
of Denton Masonic Institute, 1875-81.

Address : unknown.

*NEHEMIAH NICKERSON. M.D., New York Medical College,
1857. Born November 19, 1832, Bucksport, Me.

Left college during Junior year. Practised medicine in Deep River,
Conn., 1857-62. Assistant surgeon in the i6th Regiment, Conn. Infantry,
1862-64. Surgeon of 2ist Conn. Regiment. Practised medicine in
Meriden, Conn., 1865-1919. Died September 7, 1919, Meriden, Conn.

*GEORGE PRATT. B.A., Yale College, 1857. Born October 12,
1832, East Weymouth, Mass. Left college during Freshman year.
Lawyer. Died June 4, 1875, Norwich, Conn.

*ALDEN GAGE WILCOX. B.A., Genesee College (now Syracuse
University), 1855; M.A., Genesee, 1858. ^. T. Born December 29,
1828, West Sparta, N. Y. Left college during Junior year, November,
1853. School principal. Died February 14, 1884, St. Louis, Mo.

*WARREN WILKIE. B.A., Union College, 1855. Born February
23, 1830, LeRoy, N. Y. Left college during Junior year. Superintendent
of schools. Died 1899.



CLASS OF J856.

*SYLVESTER BARBOUR. Born January 20, 1831, Canton, Conn.

Left college early in Freshman year. Practised law in Osage, Iowa,
1856-60; New Hartford, Conn., 1 860-6 1 ; Ansonia, Conn., 1861-75;
Hartford, Conn., 1875-1915. Town clerk of Derby, Conn., 1864. Judge
of probate, District of Derby, 1867-68. Judge of Police Court, Hartford,
1893-95. Died January 4, 1915, Hartford, Conn.

646



NON-GRADUATES. [1856

*CHARLES WESLEY BATES. M.D., New York University, 1860.
Born August 12, 1833, New York, N. Y. Left college during Sophomore
year. Physician. Died August, 1897, Hempstead, N. Y.

*HARVEY FOWLER CHISHOLM. M.D., Queen's College,
Canada, 1857. Born June 17, 1831, Belleville, Ont, Canada. Left
college during Sophomore year. Physician. Died July 9, 1863.

*AUSTIN GARDNER. X. ^. Born July 2, 1826, Bozrah, Conn.
Left college, March, 1853. Congregational minister. Died March 3,
1911, Willington, Conn.

*FRANK GIBSON. Born June 4, 1832, Moira, N. Y. Left college
during Junior year. Died September 9, 1855, East Hampton, Conn.

ELIJAH ATWOOD GOVE (ELIJAH VAN BUREN GOVE).
B.A., Dartmouth College, 1856. Born September 22, 1832, South Weare,
N. H.

Left college at the end of Sophomore year. Middle name changed
from Van Buren to Atwood by N. H. Legislature, 1854 or '55- Prac-
tising law, 1857 . Postmaster in Wisconsin, 1860. Probate judge

in Hastings, Minn., and in Minneapolis, Minn. Clerk in Quartermaster's
Department, Nashville, Tenn., 1864-65. Postmaster, Canby, Minn., 1881.
County judge, Minnesota and South Dakota, for sixteen years.
Address : 3449 Humboldt Ave., Minneapolis, Minn.

*HORACE POWERS HALL. M.A., Indiana Asbury (now
DePauw) University, 1863. A. T. Born August 5, 1827, Croydon, N. H.

Left college during Junior year. Principal of Marshall Academy, 111.,
and of Merom Bluff Academy, Merom, Ind. Professor of Latin in
Union Christian College, Ind. County superintendent of schools, DeKalb
County, 111., 1869-77. Manufacturer of soap, Sycamore, 111., 1878-1916.
Died February 26, 1916.

*WILLIAM HOLT. Born December 6, 1827, Washington, N. H.
Left college in Freshman year, April, 1853. Lawyer. Died January 6,
1902, Trenton, N. J.

*SAMUEL FERGUSON JAYNE. Born January 23, 1834, New
York, N. Y. Broker. Died June 30, 1904, New York, N. Y.

*JOHN ALVIN PUTNEY. B.A., Dartmouth College, 1856. X. *.
Left college during Sophomore year. Lawyer. Died May 21, 1865,
Memphis, Tenn.

THOMAS WILLETT RHODES. B.A., Genesee College (now
Syracuse University), 1857. Born May 21, 1833, Marcellus Falls, N. Y.

Left college at the end of Sophomore year. Taught in New Jersey
and New York, 1857-59. Engaged in farming, Conquest and Camillus,
N. Y., 1859-67. In the quarry and lime manufacturing business, Montour,
Iowa, 1868-73. Engaged in farming in Waupaca County, Wis., 1873-86.
Retired, 1886. Active in temperance reform work.

Address : 920 Mound St., Milwaukee, Wis.

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1856-57] NON-GRADUATES.

*NATHAN PIERCE SELEE. Born September 25, 1829, Easton,
Mass. Brother of Richmond Selee (class of 1859).

Left college during Junior year, May, 1855. Taught in Easton, Mass.,
1855; Sharon, Mass., 1856. Methodist Episcopal minister, Providence
(now New England Southern) Conference, 1858-64. Located, 1864.
Manufacturer of proprietary articles in Melrose, Mass. Retired, 1900.
Died February 23, 1912, Melrose, Mass.

*ORVILLE SMITH. A. T. Born March 11, 1832, Lempster, N. H.
Left college during Freshman year. School principal. Killed May 12,
1864, in the battle of Spottsylvania, Va.

*SIDNEY DAVIS STOCKING. X. *. Born 1835, Bridgeport,
Conn. Brother of C. H. Stocking (class of 1858). Left college during
Freshman year. Clerk. Died July 22, 1872, New York, N. Y.

*LEWIS THOMPSON. Born April 25, 1830, Volney, N. Y. Left
college during Sophomore year. Presbyterian minister. Died April 19,
1873, Brooklyn, N. Y.



CLASS OF J857.

*JAMES MADISON ABEL. Born December 26, 1836, Morgan
County, Ala. Left college during Sophomore year, March, 1855. Died
July 19, 1855, Grenada, Miss.

*GEORGE WILLIAM ARMSTRONG. Born January 25, 1836,
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Left college during Freshman year. Died July 3,
1857, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.

*NATHANIEL JABEZ BARTLETT. B.A., Williams College, 1857.
Born April 23, 1835, Hampstead, N. H. Left college during Freshman



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