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year. Bookseller. Died May 3, 1902, Andover, Mass.

*WILLIAM WATSON BIDWELL. Born September, 1830, Cole-
brook River, Conn. Left college during Junior year. Lawyer. Died
August 24, 1894, Collinsville, Conn.

*HENRY MATURIN BISHOP. B.A., Amherst College, 1858;
M.D., College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1869. Born October 13, 1837,
Middletown, Conn. Left college during Junior year. Physician. Died
1902, Brooklyn, N. Y.

DANIEL DELOS BREWER. X. *. Born March 22, 1833,
Wilbraham, Mass.

Left college during Sophomore year. Justice of the peace of Winona
County, Minn., 1862-64. Supervisor of McPherson Township, 1865-67,
1874-80. Engaged in farming in Minnesota.

Address: St. Clair, Minn.

648



NON-GRADUATES. [1857

*ALEXANDER THOMPSON BRITTON. B.A., Brown Univer-
sity, 1857. Born December 29, 1835, New York, N. Y. Left college
during Sophomore year. Lawyer. Died July 7, 1899, Washington, D. C.

*CHARLES OLMSTEAD BUDINGTON. *. T. Born December
2, 1832, Leyden, Mass. Left college during Sophomore year. Died
August 30, 1860, Beardstown, 111.

*WILLIAM JACOT COITE. Born May 8, 1839, New York, N. Y.
Left college during Senior year. Government official. Died October 6,
1901, Salem, N. C.

*JUSTIN MARTYR COPELAND. B.A., Lawrence University,
1857. Born March 17, 1835, Bartlett, N. H.

Left college during Freshman year. Tutor in Lawrence University,
1857. Principal of city schools, Key West, Fla., 1874-76. Engaged in
farming and in teaching in Kansas, Wisconsin, Illinois, and California.
Died March 25, 1915, Santa Ana, Cal.

*CORDELLO D. ELMER (CORDELLO DE VAL COURT
ELMER). B.A., Union College, 1857; M.A., Union, 1860. *. T.
Born October 21, 1831, Cedarville, N. Y. Left college at the end of
the first term, Sophomore year. Farmer. Died 1883, Southold, N. Y.

*PETER FLETCHER FITZGERALD. M.D., Jefferson Medical
College. Born November 2, 1836, Smithville, N. C. Left college during
Freshman year. Physician. Died October 12, 1878, Grenada, Miss.

'AUGUSTUS WASHINGTON LAKE. Born August 26, 1837,
Grenada, Miss.

Left college during Freshman year. Spent three years at the Univer-
sity of Mississippi. Served in the Confederate Army. In business in
Grenada, Miss. Bookkeeper for an electric light company, Wynne, Ark.
Died February 27, 1910, Wynne, Ark.

*ELIZUR LEROY SPERRY. Born in Woodbridge, Conn. Left
college during Freshman year. Farmer. Died August 16, 1901,
Woodbridge, Conn.

*JOSEPH HENRY JAMES. *. T. Born April 18, 1835, Mount
Holly, N. J.

Left college during Sophomore year, November, 1854. Methodist
Episcopal minister, New Jersey and New England Southern Conferences,
1856-90. Secretary, Connecticut Temperance Union, 1890-92; lecturer,
1892-1910. Died February n, 1917, Rockville, Conn.

*HOMER GOODALL KELSEY. *. T. Born January 31, 1833,
Wheelock, Vt. Brother of No. 697. Left college during Junior year.
Farmer. Died June 4, 1857, Castana, Iowa.

C. FRANKLIN KNAPP.

Left college during Sophomore year.

Address: unknown.

*HEZEKIAH WATKINS. C.E., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute,
1857; B.A., Yale College, 1859; LL.B., Albany Law School, 1860.
Born August 24, 1835, Liberty, N. Y. Left college during Sophomore
year, 1855. Lawyer. Died 1884.

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1858] NON-GRADUATES



CLASS OF J858.

"JOSEPH WRIGHT ALSOP. M.D., New York University, 1861.
Born August 20, 1838, New York, N. Y. Left college after spending one
term in a special course. Physician; Lieutenant-Governor of
Connecticut. Died June 21, 1891, Fenwick, Conn.

*IRA GLAZIER BIDWELL. B.A., Union College, 1858; M.A,
Union, 1861. <i>. N. 6. Born February 22, 1835, Wellington, Conn. Left
college during Freshman year. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died
December 25, 1878, Syracuse, N. Y.

*SAMUEL ROBINSON BIRDSEY. Born 1836, Clinton, N. C.
Left college after a residence of about six months. Broker in
Wilmington, N. C., and Macon, Ga. Died April, 1915.

'MARSHALL BIDWELL BREWER. Born January 28, 1840,

Wethersfield, Conn. Brother of D. J. Brewer (class of 1835). Left

college during Freshman year. Clerk. Died September 24, 1862,
Stockbridge, Mass.

SAMUEL CUSHMAN CALDWELL. B.A., Dickinson College,
1858 ; M.A., Dickinson, 1861 ; D.C.L., Dickinson, 1899. 4>. B. K. Born
April 10, 1836, Carlisle, Pa.

Left college, July, 1854. Taught in Rock River Seminary, 1860-61.
Studied law; admitted to the bar, 1863. On the editorial staff of The
Methodist, 1864-68; The New York World, 1868-72; The New York
Tribune, 1872 . President of Pelham Village, N. Y., 1896-98.

Address : Pelham, N. Y.

*JAMES HARVEY CONNER. Left college during Freshman year.
Druggist. Died June 13, 1903, New Albany, Ind.

*DEWITT DAVIS. <i>. N. 6. Born January 31, 1833, Woodbridge,
Conn.

Left college during Sophomore year, March, 1856. Taught in Warren,
Pa., and Milwaukee, Wis., 1856-60. Practised law in Milwaukee, Wis.,
1861. Member of Wisconsin Legislature, 1865. Died 1915.

'MARSHALL EVANS. Born 1832, Piermont, N. H. Left college
during Freshman year. Salesman. Died 1895.

*JAMES NELSON GARATT. Born September, 1831, Hamilton,
N. Y. Left college during Senior year. School principal. Mortally
wounded in the battle of Petersburg, Va., June 15, and died July 25, 1864.

'CHARLES ALLEN GILBERT. *. T. Born October 19, 1835,
New Haven, Conn. Left college during Sophomore year. Rector,
Protestant Episcopal Church. Died November 8, 1880, Key West, Fla.

*FRANK THEODORE GOODRICH. Born 1836, Swanton, Vt.
Left college during Sophomore year. Killed in the Battle of Pittsburgh
Landing, April 6, 1862.

650



NON-GRADUATES. [1858

*WILLIAM PENN HYDE. Born February 15, 1828, Old Mystic,
Conn.

Left college during Sophomore year, December, 1855. Engaged in
manufacturing in Mystic, Conn., and in Warren, R. I., 1856-65. Metho-
dist Episcopal minister, Providence (now New England Southern)
Conference, 1865. Superannuated. Died December 14, 1919, Palo Alto,
Cal.

HENRY SHIPMAN JEWETT. B.A., Amherst College, 1858;
M.A., Amherst, 1861 ; M.D., New York University, 1886. Born
December 4, 1837, New Britain, Conn.

Left college during Sophomore year. Taught in Williston Seminary,
Easthampton, Mass., 1859-60; Durham, Conn., 1861-62; Meriden, Conn.,
1863-65; Poughkeepsie Female Seminary, N. Y., 1867-70. Principal of
Poughkeepsie Military Institute, 1870-76. Associate principal of
Ossining Female Institute, N. Y., 1877-81. Practised medicine in
Brooklyn, N. Y. Retired.

Address: 391 Lewis Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.

*ALBERT MARKHAM. Born October 8, 1831, East Longmeadow,
Mass. Left college during Sophomore year. School principal. Died
February 26, 1887.

*EDWARD BRUCE MUNSELL. M.A., Indiana Asbury (now
De Pauw) University, 1858. A. A. 4>. Born January 25, 1828, Miami
County, Ohio. Entered college, 1856 ; left during Senior year. Lawyer.
Died April 13, 1904, Paris, 111.

*WILBUR FISK NOYES. <f>. N. 6. Born January 20, 1834,
Landaff, N. H. Died August 6, 1857, Middletown, Conn., during his
Senior year.

SAMUEL BONSALL PARISH. B.A, New York University.
*. T. 3>. B. K. Born January 13, 1838, Paterson, N. J.

Left college at the end of Sophomore year. Taught in Ottawa Acad-
emy, 111.; Barton Academy, Mobile, Ala., 1860-61. Member of the 2d
Kansas Cavalry, 1862-65. Contributor to most American botanical
journals. Retired.

Address : 1624 Scenic Ave., Berkeley, Cal.

*ALFRED EDGAR MARTINDALE PURDY. M.D., College of
Physicians and Surgeons, 1861. ^. T. Born October 17, 1838, New
York, N. Y.

Left college at the end of Freshman year. Acting assistant surgeon,
U. S. Army, 1862-63. Surgeon, Metropolitan Police of New York,
N. Y., and president of the Board of Police Surgeons, 1862-73. Prac-
tised medicine in New York, N. Y., 1863-1913. Librarian of the Medical
Journal Association of New York, N. Y., 1868-78. Secretary of the
Medical Society of the County of New York, 1868-78; vice-president,
1878-79; president, 1879-80. Organized McDouglas General Hospital,.
Fort Schuyler, N. Y., and Methodist Episcopal Hospital, Brooklyn,
N. Y. Consulting physician at the latter. Editor : New York Medical
Register; Transactions, Medical Society, State of Neiv York; Decennial
Catalogues, College of Physicians and Surgeons. Died December 25,
1913, New York, N. Y.

651



1858-59] NON-GRADUATES.

*SAMUEL WADSWORTH RUSSELL. Born 1827, Middletown,
Conn. Brother of J. A. Russell (class of 1838). Pursued a special
course with this class during Junior year. Died September 17, 1858,
Middletown, Conn.

WILLIAM HENRY SEARLES. C.E., Rensselaer Polytechnic
Institute, 1860. Born June 4, 1837, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Pursued a special course with this class during Junior year. Engaged

in civil engineering, 1860 . Professor of Geodesy and Topography,

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1862-64. Chief engineer, Indiana &
N. S. Railroad, 1872-73; New York, West Shore & Chicago Railroad,
1879-82. Division engineer, New York State Canals, 1876-78.

Address: Elyria, Ohio.

HENRY SNYDER SHUSTER. Born January 12, 1830, French-
town, N. J.

Left college during Junior year. Taught in Virginia. Photographer
in Frenchtown, N. J., and Omaha, Nebr.

Address : unknown.

*CHARLES HENRY STOCKING. M.A. (Hon.), 1862. X. *.
Born April 15, 1837, Norwalk, Conn. Brother of S. D. Stocking (class
of 1856). Left college at the end of Junior year, June, 1857. In
business. Died September 3, 1910, South Orange, N. J.

DAVID AIREY SUTTON. Born March 17, 1838, Tarrytown, N. Y.

Left college at the end of Junior year. Connected with the New York
City press, 1860. City editor of The St. Louis Times, 1866-72. Chief
clerk of the Missouri Legislature, 1872-74. Practised law, 1874-76.
Managing editor of The St. Joseph Herald, Mo., 1876-77. Afterwards
part owner and editor of The St. Joseph Chronicle. Reading clerk of
the Missouri Senate, 1877. Member of city staff of The New York
Tribune, 1877-79. Financial editor, and afterwards city editor, of The
New York Star, 1879-81. City editor, The New York World.

Address : 187 Vernon Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.

*JOHN DUNCAN TABER. M.D., Hahnemann Medical College,
Philadelphia, Pa. Born September 10, 1834, Fairhaven, Mass. Left
college during Sophomore year. Physician. Died August 14, 1861,
Providence, R. I.

WILLIAM THOMAS.

In college only a part of Freshman year. Went South to teach, 1856.

Address : unknown.

*GEORG CLINTON VAN ALLEN. Born July 6, 1830, Pillar
Point, N. Y. Left college during Sophomore year, October, 1855.
Surveyor. Died September 4, 1902, Mount Pleasant, Iowa.



CLASS OF 1859.

THOMAS STERLING ABRAHAM. B.A., Union College, 1859.
Born September 4, 1831, Trenton, N. J. Left college during Senior year,
March, 1859. Teacher and preacher. Died 1897, Trenton, N. J.

652



NON-GRADUATES. [1859-60

*SAMUEL EMERY. Born May I, 1835, Lisbon, N. H.

Left college during Junior year, November, 1857. Taught in New
Hampshire, Virginia, and Louisiana, 1858-65. Engaged in farming, 1865-
1906. At the Masonic Home, Manchester, N. H., 1906-12. Died
November 13, 1912, Manchester, N. H.

*CHARLES HENRY GARDNER. Born 1843, Lowell, Mass. Left
college during Senior year. Teacher. Died December 16, 1873,
Washington, D. C.

GILBERT D. JACKSON.

Special student with this class in Junior year.

Address : unknown.

*RICHARD D. McGRAW. M.D., Dartmouth College, 1875. Born
December 14, 1837, New York, N. Y. In college but one term, 1855.
Physician. Died February 17, 1885, Sayville, N. Y.

*JOHN DOWNING REYNOLDS. B.A., Union College, 1859;
M.D., Medical College, New York, N. Y. Born January 19, 1837, Hills-
dale, N. Y. Brother of No. 544. Left college during Freshman year.
Physician. Died January 4, 1883, Seattle, Wash.

*RICHARD SELEE. Born June 29, 1833, Easton, Mass. Brother
of N. P. Selee (class of 1856). Left college during Freshman year,
November, 1855. Teacher. Died January 2, 1866, Easton, Mass.

*MELVILLE COX SMITH. Born August 14, 1835, Waymart, Pa.
Left college during Junior year. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died
April 25, 1907, Los Angeles, Cal.

*GEORGE FREDERICK STEARNS. Born October 9, 1838,
Middletown, Conn. Left college during Freshman year. Manufacturer.
Died December 28, 1903, Chester, Conn.

*BENJAMIN HORTON WHITE. A. A. <. Born August 17, 1837,
Somers, N. Y.

Left college during Junior year, May, 1858. Sergeant of the ist Regi-
ment, Iowa Cavalry; afterwards first lieutenant in the 5th Regiment,
Iowa Cavalry, 1861-65. Practised law in Iowa and Texas, 1865-1904.
Clerk of county courts, Anamosa, Iowa. County judge, Douley, Tex.
Died 1904.

*HENRY WOODWARD. Born June 26, 1838, Middletown, Conn.
Left college during Freshman year. Druggist. Died June 21, 1907,
Middletown, Conn.



CLASS OF J860.

CHARLES HENRY ALSOP. Born October 22, 1840, Middletown,
Conn.

Left college during Junior year. Superintendent, Alsop Arms Com-
pany, Middletown, Conn., 1864-67. Went West as surveyor, Northern

653



1860] NON-GRADUATES.

Pacific R. R., 1867. Later chief engineer, Minnesota Division. Captain
and part owner of a steamboat, Red River freight line, Moorehead,
Minn., 1880-84. In the stove foundry business, Syracuse, N. Y., 1885-91.
With the Thomson-Houston Company, Lynn, Mass., as draughtsman,
1891. In Middletown, Conn., engaged in inventing and experimenting

with gas engines, 1891 .

Address: Middletown, Conn.

*WILLIAM LEVI BODWELL. Born February 25, 1839, Williams-
burg, N. Y. Left college early in Junior year. Teacher. Died July 5,
1864.

*JAMES MONROE BUCKLEY. M.A. (Hon.), 1869; D.D., 1872;
LL.D., Emory and Henry College, 1884; L.H.D., Syracuse University,
1906. $. N. 0. Born December 16, 1836, Rahway, N. J.

Left college during Freshman year. Methodist Episcopal minister,
New Hampshire Conference, 1859-64; Detroit Conference, 1864-66;
New York East Conference, 1866-1920. Editor of The Christian Advo-
cate, 1880-1912. Delegate to General Conference, M. E. Church, 1872,
'76, '80, '84, '88, '92, '96, 1900, '04, '08, '12. Delegate to the Ecumenical
Methodist Conference, London, 1881 ; Washington, 1891 ; Toronto, 1911.
Delegate to World's Missionary Conference, Edinburgh, 1910. Trustee
of Wesleyan University, 1884-1920; Woman's College of Baltimore
(now Goucher College) ; Drew Theological Seminary. President, Board
of Managers, M. E. (Seney) Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y. President,
Board of Foreign Missions, M. E. Church; Board of Managers, New
Jersey State Hospital for the Insane. Author: History of Methodism
in the United States (2 vpls.) ; Extemporaneous Oratory; Theory and
Practice of Foreign Missions, etc. Died February 8, 1920, Morristown,
N. J.

*RUSSELL JAMES BURR. Born April 16, 1833.

Left college during Freshman year. Taught in Georgia, 1857.
Engaged in selling subscription books in the United States and Canada,
1858-62. Traveled in Europe, Asia, and Australia, 1862-66. In business
in Lawrence, Kans., 1866-70; St. Louis, Mo., 1870-76, 1881-83; Balti-
more, Md., 1877; Thomaston, Conn., 1878-79; New Haven, Conn., 1884-
1900. Engaged in farming, Durham, Conn., 1900-14. Died April 22,
1914, Durham, Conn.

*ELIAS RIGGS CAREY. M.D. A. A. 4>. Born in Mendham, N. J.
Left college at the end of Freshman year. Manufacturer. Died May
4, 1905, Philadelphia, Pa.

*GEORGE WASHINGTON CLEMENT. 4>. N. 0. Born February
22, 1836, Plaiston, N. H. Left college during Junior year, February,
1859. In business. Died January 3, 1896, Wichita, Kans.

*JAMES STUART GORDON. *. T. Born August, 1833, Rensse-
laerville, N. Y. Left college during Freshman year. In business.
Died July 29, 1892, National City, Cal.

*ALBERT GOULD. Born February 21, 1832, East Woodstock,
Conn. Left college during Sophomore year. Methodist Episcopal
minister. Died November 18, 1890, Ipswich, Mass.

654



NON-GRADUATES. [1860

*AMASA FRANKLIN HARADON. B.A., Yale College, 1861 ;
M.A., Yale, 1864; LL.B., Harvard University, 1866. Born September
14, 1837, Webster, Mass. Left college near the beginning of Junior
year. Lawyer. Died June 27, 1909, Chicago, 111.

*PHILIP THOMAS KEENE (PELEG THOMAS KEENE).
M.D., Georgetown College, 1870. Born October 4, 1835, Marshfield,
Mass. Left college during Freshman year. Physician. Died August
29, 1889.

*DANIEL LEECH. Born February 22, 1841, Washington, D. C.
Left college during Sophomore year. Corresponding clerk of the
Smithsonian Institution. Died August, -1889, Mansfield, 111.

*CHAUNCY LORING. Born October 8, 1830, Petersham, Mass.
Left college during Freshman year. Manufacturer. Died January n.
1884, Barre, Mass.

*BENJAMIN KINGSBURY LOVATT. B.A., Bowdoin College,
1860; M.A., Bowdoin, 1863. Born August 27, 1838, Boston, Mass.

Left college at the end of Sophomore year. Practised law, 1862-74.
Associate justice of the Second District Court of Bristol County, Mass.,
1874-1911. Died February 20, 1911, Fall River, Mass.

*MARCUS LINDSAY McDONALD. B.A., Union College, 1859.
Born May 5, 1833, Mackville, Ky.

Left college during Sophomore year. Member of the Stock Exchange,
San Francisco, Cal., 1869-79. Engaged in mining investments on the
Pacific Coast for a number of years. Constructed extensive waterworks
in Santa Rosa, Cal. Commissioner-at-large, World's Columbian Expo-
sition, Chicago, 1893-94. Died March 8, 1917, Santa Rosa, Cal.

*EUGENE OLIVER RANNEY.

Left college during Junior year. In the U. S. Navy, 1864-65. Prac-
tised medicine in Barton Landing and Orleans, Vt, 1865-1913. Died
January 15, 1913, Barton Landing, Vt.

*CHARLES RAYMOND. Born November 12, 1833, Rensselaeryille,
N. Y. Left college during Junior year, June, 1859. School principal.
Died April 30, 1903, Evanston, 111.

*HIRAM CHARLES SEXTON. B.A., Syracuse University, 1876;
M.A. (Hon.), Wesleyan, 1878; D.D., Syracuse, 1893. A. A. <i>. Born
October 9, 1837, Seward, N. Y. Left college during Junior year.
Methodist Episcopal minister. Died July 19, 1899, Columbus, Ohio.

'BENJAMIN SPRINGER SHARPE. M.A. (Hon.), University of
Vermont, 1880. ^. T. Born October n, 1834, Penn Grove, N. J. Left
college during Sophomore year. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died
November 2, 1880, Greenwich, N. Y.

*DANIEL KIMBALL STETSON. *. T. Born November 5, 1833,
South Scituate, Mass.

Left college at the end of Freshman year. Engaged in the manufacture
of shoenails, tacks, etc., in various towns in Massachusetts, 1857-87.
Went to California on account of health, 1887. Died November 26, 1914,
Los Angeles, Cal.

655



1860-61] NON-GRADUATES.

*ALVIN GRANVILLE WHITE. Born June 18, 1833, Northfield,
Mass. Left college during Freshman year. Methodist Episcopal
minister. Died December, 1883, Lincoln, Nebr.

*WILLIAM TALLMAN WORTH. M.A. (Hon.), 1870. *. T.
Born September 5, 1834, Nantucket, Mass. Left college in the first term
of Senior year. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died June 13, 1903,
Lynn, Mass.



CLASS OF J86J.

* ALFRED LOUIS ALLEN. A. A. *.

Left college about the end of Freshman year. Taught in Springville,
N. Y., 1856. In business in Whippany, N. J. Accountant in Bloomfield,
N. J. Died February, 1913, in California.

*JAMES AUGUSTUS BLANCHARD. M.D., College of Physi-
cians and Surgeons, 1867. Born May 18, 1841, Norwich, Conn. Brother
of No. 550. Left college at the end of Freshman year. Physician.
Died January 8, 1896, Brooklyn, N. Y.

*GUSTAVUS BENSON CHADWICK. A. A. *. Born July 24,
1832, China, Me. Left college during Junior year, September, 1859.
Methodist Episcopal minister. Died March 4, 1900, Damariscotta, Me.

*OTIS STERLING GRAVES. Born September 17, 1831, Antwerp,

Left college during Sophomore year, December, 1858. Taught in
Gouverneur Wesleyan Seminary, N. Y., 1859-61. Engaged in farming,
1861-1912. Died February 13, 1912, Watertown, N. Y.

*DAVID CHARLES HUGHES. M.A., Madison (now Colgate)
University, 1876. Born 1832, Tredegar, England. Left college during
Junior year. Baptist minister. Died December 16, 1909, Albany, N. Y.

*BYRON WILLIAM LANGDON. B.A., Union College, 1861.

Left college at the end of Freshman year. Practised law in Lafayette,
Ind., 1861-1913. Representative in the Indiana Legislature, 1876-78.
Senator of the State of Indiana, 1878-82. Died May 18, 1913, Lafayette,
Ind.

*EDWARD DORR McCARTHY. B.A., Harvard University, 1862;
LL.B., Harvard, 1865. Born November 24, 1839, Florida, N. Y.
Lawyer. Died January 29, 1895, Plainfield, N. J.

T. HAMILTON McCOY.

Left college during Freshman year. Clerk in a railroad office, New
York, N. Y., 1862-63. In business in New York, N. Y.
Address : unknown.

*JAY FOLSOM NEAL. Born June 24, 1835, Tuftonboro, N. H.
Left college during Junior year. In business. Died 1884, Charleston,

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NON-GRADUATES. [1861

WILBUR FISK PIPER. X. *. Born June 9, 1838, Jacksonville, 111.

Left college during Junior year. Clerk in U. S. paymaster's office,
1861-69. Employed in preparing city directories. Reporter for a news-
paper, St. Louis, Mo.; for The Evening Journal, Chicago, 111. For
twenty-five years with the Chicago Directory Company.

Address : 3334 Potomac Ave., Chicago, 111.

*WILLIAM POMEROY. M.D., Hygeio-Therapeutic Medical Col-
lege, 1868. *. T. Born May 10, 1837, Sandlake, N. Y. Brother of Nos.
381, 466, and 541, and of R. M. Pomeroy (class of 1852). Left college
during Sophomore year. Physician. Died July 30, 1873.

*JOSEPH CUMMINGS SHATTUCK. M.A., University of
Denver, 1885 ; Ph.D., Dickinson College, 1885. Born February 28, 1835,
Marlboro, N. H.

Left college during Sophomore year, September, 1858. Clerk in
quartermaster's office during the Civil War. Taught for twelve years.
County treasurer, 1869. Member of Colorado Legislature, 1874. First
state superintendent of public instruction, Denver, Col., 1876-82. Dean,
University of Denver, for three years; secretary of the Trustees, and
business manager, for twelve years. Postmaster of University Park,
Col. Died May 14, 1921, Denver, Col.

*CHARLES RIDGEWAY SNYDER. B.A., Dickinson College,
1862. A. A. <1>. Born February 3, 1837, Warren County, N. J. Brother
of No. 546. Left college during Sophomore year. Methodist Episcopal
minister. Died September 8, 1895, Newark, N. J.

FRANK ASBURY SPRINGER. B.A., Northwestern University,
1860; M.A., Northwestern, 1863. A. A. 4>. Born November 13, 1839,
Portland, Me.

Left college at the end of Freshman year, 1858. Taught in Rock
River Seminary, Mount Morris, 111., 1861-62; in public and private
schools, Washington, D. C, 1869-81. Clerk in the bond division of the
Post Office Department, 1862-69, 1881-85, 1900-02. Engaged in teaching,
1885-1900. Dean, Intercontinental Correspondence University, Washing-
ton, D. C., 1904 .

Address: 1102 I4th St., N. W., Washington, D. C.

*GEORGE LANSING TAYLOR. B.A., Columbia College, 1861 ;
M.A., Wesleyan, 1864 ; D.D., Syracuse University, 1876. <. N. 9. Born
February 13, 1835, Skaneateles, N. Y. Left college during Junior year.
Methodist Episcopal minister. Died July 26, 1903, Brooklyn, N. Y.

JOSHUA WARD.

Left college during Freshman year.

Address : unknown.

*HENRY BASCOM WATSON. Born April 21, 1838, Louisiana,
Mo. Left college at the end of Sophomore year, June., 1859. Minister,
Methodist Episcopal Church, South. Died 1885.

'ROBERT HUSTON WILDER. Born July 5, 1830, Granville, Vt.
Brother of Nos. 707 and 824. Left college at the end of Freshman year.
Methodist Episcopal minister, later farmer. Died 1905.

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1862] NON-GRADUATES.



CLASS OF J862.

*ROBERT BIRDSEY ATWOOD. Born November 4, 1837, Water-
town, Conn. Left college in April of Senior year. Died May 5, 1862,
Watertown, Conn.

*ISAAC BOYS. Born April, 1840, Metamora, 111. Left college,
November, 1860, having pursued a special course during one term.
Farmer. Died March 15, 1906.

*CHARLES OLIN BRIGHAM. Born December i, 1838, Fitchburg,
Mass. Left college during Senior year, 1861. Lawyer. Died June 24,
1890, Derby Line, Vt

*JOHN RANSOM BUCK. M.A. (Hon.), 1877. *. T. Born
December 6, 1836, Glastonbury, Conn.

Left college at the end of Freshman year. Principal of schools and
academies, in Glastonbury, Bloomfield, South Manchester, Moodus, and
East Haddam, Conn. Assistant clerk of the lower house of the Connecti-
cut Legislature, 1865. Clerk of the Connecticut Senate, 1866. President
of the Hartford Common Council, Conn., 1868-69. City attorney of
Hartford, 1871-73. Treasurer of Hartford County, 1873-81. State
senator, ist District of Connecticut, 1879. Member of U. S. Congress,
1881-83, 1885-87. Practised law in Hartford, Conn. Died February 6,
1917, Hartford, Conn.

*GEORGE HERBERT GOODWIN. B.A., University of Pennsyl-
vania, 1862. Born May 19, 1842, Flushing, N. Y. Brother of Walton
Goodwin (class of 1864). Left college during Sophomore year, 1859.
Divinity student. Died April 14, 1864, Rome, Italy.



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