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'GILBERT LEWIS HOLCOMB. Born August 17, 1836, New Ohio,
N. Y. Left college during Junior year. Teacher. Died October 28,
1866, Marengo, 111.

*HENRY JOHNSON. M.D., Harvard University, 1865. A. A. i>.
Left college during Sophomore year. Physician. Died April 17, 1880,
New Bedford, Mass.

*CARL LAUX. Born June 24, 1842, Cassel, Germany.

Left college at the end of Freshman year. Enlisted in 5ist 111. Volun-
teers, 1861. Hospital steward till the close of the war. Attended
lectures in Rush Medical College, Chicago, 111., 1865-66. Chemist and
druggist, Chicago, 111., and Los Angeles, Cal., 1866-1914. Died April
21, 1914, Los Angeles, Cal.

"CHARLES HENRY LOTHROP. A. A. $. Born February, 1835,
Portland, Me. Left college during Senior year. Died September 4, 1862,
Portland, Me.

JOHN WESLEY NARRAWAY. M.A. (Hon.), 1912. A. A. $.
Born in Pictou, N. S., Canada.

Left college during Senior year. Taught in Brantford, Ont, Canada.
Principal of schools in Ontario.

Address : 164 Erie Ave., Brantford, Ont., Canada.

658



NON-GRADUATES. [1862-63

*PERRY GREEN POWELL. *. T. Born February 4, 1838, Porter,
Mich. Died October 14, 1858, Middletown, Conn., during his Freshman
year.

*GEORGE DOUGLASS SARGEANT. M.A. (Hon.), 1883. X. *.
Born March 17, 1840, Lynn, Mass. Left college during Senior year.
Manufacturer. Died July 31, 1894, Lynn, Mass.

*DAVID HENRY SAWYER. M.A., Wiley University, 1885.
X. S^. Born June 27, 1836, Foxcroft, Me.

Left college during Senior year, October, 1861. Engaged in quarrying
near Portland, Me., 1862-75. Member of Maine Legislature, 1876.
Methodist Episcopal minister, East Maine Conference, 1875-1907; New
England Conference, 1907-21. Professor in Rust University, 1890-98.
Principal, Mallalieu Seminary, Kinsey, Ala., 1900-01. Died October 3,
1921, West Medway, Mass.

RILEY DANIEL THOMAS.

Left college during Senior year, having pursued a special course.

Address : unknown.



CLASS OF 1863.

ANTHONY WATSON ATWOOD. B.A., Union College, 1863.

Left college during Junior year. Practised law in Philadelphia, Pa.
Member of the staff of The Philadelphia North American. Published a
mercantile and shipping newspaper in Philadelphia, Pa.

Address : unknown.

*GREENLEAF GREELY BAKER. *. T. Born March 20, 1837,
Alfred, Me. Brother of No. 475, and of Charles Baker (class of 1843)
and Frank Baker (class of 1852). Left college during Freshman year.
Methodist Episcopal minister, later teacher. Died January 16, 1894,
Baltimore, Md.

*GEORGE STORRS BATES. *. T. Born September 25, 1837,
Great Falls, N. H. Left college during Freshman year. In business.
Died November 22, 1872, Great Falls, N. H.

*HOWARD CHANDLER BEALE. A. A. $. Born March 5, 1840,
Hudson, Me. Left college during Junior year. Died November 21, 1863,
Hudson, Me.

*EDWARD HAMILTON BREWER. Born about May i, 1842.
Left college during Freshman year. Died April 2, 1863, Fredericksburg,
Va.

*HENRY APPLETON BUTTRICK. *. N. 0. Left college during
Sophomore year. Died May 8, 1861, Barre, Mass.

659



1863] NON-GRADUATES.

ROBERT CARSWELL. A. A. 4>. Born July 19, 1838, Colborne,
Ont, Canada.

Left college during Junior year. Engaged in teaching, 1862-64. Law
bookseller and publisher, Toronto, Ont., Canada, and Edinburgh,
Scotland.

Address: 145 Adelaide St., W., Toronto, Ont, Canada. Residence:
1534 King St., W., Toronto, Ont, Canada.

*SAMUEL WILLIAM MOORE CHATTAWAY. $. N. 0. Born
June 20, 1842, New York, N. Y. Left college during Junior year,
December, 1861. In business. Died November 9, 1881, Middletown,
Conn.

*JAMES AUGUSTUS CHURCH. A. A. <1>. Born January 23, 1841,
Vassalboro, Me. Died November 2, 1859, Middletown, Conn., during
his Freshman year.

*VARNUM AUGUSTUS COOPER. M.A. (Hon.), 1873; D.D.,
Wiley University, 1889. Born July 8, 1835, East Killingly, Conn.

Left college during Freshman year. Methodist Episcopal minister,
Providence (now New England Southern) Conference, 1857-74; New
England Conference, 1874-1916. Chaplain, i8th Conn. Volunteer
Infantry, during the Civil War. Died February 10, 1916, Roxbury, Mass.

WILLIAM HAVEN DANIELS. M.A., Illinois Wesleyan Univer-
sity, 1870. <. N. 9. Born May 18, 1836, Franklin, Mass.

Left college during Freshman year. Librarian, Northwestern Univer-
sity, 1866-68. Professor of Rhetoric and Belles-Lettres, Illinois Wesle-
yan University, 1868-69. Methodist Episcopal minister, Rock River
Conference, 1869-82; New England Conference, 1883-85; New York

Conference, 1902 . Supernumerary, 1876-82. Missionary to India,

1898-1901.

Address: unknown.

SAMUEL JONES DAY. X. *. Born November 5, 1840, Marlboro,
Conn.

Left college during Freshman year. Practised law in Hartford, Conn.,
and in Burden, Kans., 1863-92. Retired, 1892. Member of Connecticut
Legislature.

Address : Burden, Kans.

*CLARENCE PORTER KIDDER. *. T. Born May 10, 1839,
Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Left college during Sophomore year. Lawyer.
Died December 28, 1900, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.

*JAMES ROBINSON MOORE. M.A. (Hon.), 1877. A. A. *.
Born 1837. Left college during Junior year. Methodist Episcopal
minister. Died February 8, 1879, Dayton, Ohio.

*MELVIN ROBLEE. X. *. Born November 27, 1837, Granville,
N. Y.

Left college at the beginning of second term, Freshman year. Dealer
in nursery stock, Mankato, Minn., 1870-1911. Died March 28, 1911,
Mankato, Minn.

660



NON-GRADUATES. [1863-64

*WILLIAM FRANKLIN SAXE. Born July 30, 1842. Son of No.
84; brother of No. 637. Left college during Sophomore year. Book-
keeper, and in business. Died January 31, 1884.

JOSEPH LYBRAND TOPHAM. A. A. $. Born March 16, 1842,
Wilmington, Del.

Left college during Sophomore year. Principal of an academy, New
London, Pa., 1862. Private in Co. G, 4th Conn. Infantry; first lieutenant
of 2d N. J. Cavalry, 1861. Practised law, 1863-82. Attorney for
insurance companies. Engaged in literary pursuits.

Address : Wilmington, Del.

*FRANCIS JAMES WAGNER. M.A. (Hon.), 1871; D.D., 1892.
$. N. 6. Born December 7, 1835, Sydney, Cape Breton, N. S., Canada.
Left college at the end of the second term, Senior year, 1863. Methodist
Episcopal minister. Died November 20, 1907, Cucamonga, Cal.

*JOHN WESLEY WARD. M.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1866 ;
M.A. (Hon.), Amherst College, 1874. Born February 12, 1840, Salem,
N. J.

Left college during Sophomore year. Practised medicine, 1863-1907.
Superintendent and physician of New Jersey State Lunatic Asylum,
1876-1907. Retired, 1907. Died August 23, 1916, Pennington, N. J.



CLASS OF J864.

"CHARLES TRUE ADAMS. B.A., Dartmouth College, 1865.
$. N. 0. Born November 14, 1842, Boston, Mass. Left college during
Junior year. Lawyer. Died February 28, 1877, Chicago, 111.

WILLARD SPENCER ALLEN. M.A. (Hon.), 1879, and Brown
University, 1897. *. T. Born May 12, 1841, Eastford, Conn.

Left college during Junior year, June, 1863. Member of the School
Board of the* City of Boston, 1872-76. Clerk of the Municipal Court
of the East Boston District, 1874-81. Clerk of East Boston District
Court, 1903.

Address : unknown.

*JOHN HOWARD BROOKS. B.A., Northwestern University,
1867; B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute, 1868; M.A., Northwestern, 1872.
Born December 14, 1842, Tuckahoe, N. J.

Left college at the end of Sophomore year. Corporal in the I4th
New Jersey Volunteers, 1862-63. Studied in Garrett Biblical Institute,
1865-68. Methodist Episcopal minister, Wisconsin and North Nebraska
Conferences. Died April 27, 1910.

*HENRY EUGENE BURTON. *. N. 0. Born in Monroe, Conn.
Brother of No. 389. Left college during Junior year, 1863. Lawyer.
Died 1904.

*ASBURY CALDWELL. X. *. Born February 2, 1838, Wiscasset,
Me. Brother of No. 715. Left college at the end of the fall term,
Freshman year, 1860. Died January 29, 1862, Portland, Me.

661



1864] NON-GRADUATES.

*JAMES HERVEY DANDY, JR. *. T. Born March 4, 1842,
Bordentown, N. J. Left college during Sophomore year, 1862. Died
April 2, 1865, Petersburg, Va.

*JAMES HENRY EASTMAN. *. T. Born May 31, 1842,
Hanover, N. H. Left college in the fall term of Junior year.
Superintendent of reform schools. Died August 22, 1907, Howard, R. I.

*WILLIAM ALVORD FOSGATE. *. N. 6. Born June 27, 1839,
Winchester, N. H. Left college during Junior year. Killed September
19, 1864, in the battle of Opequon, Va.

*WALTON GOODWIN. Born April 10, 1845, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Brother of G. H. Goodwin (class of 1862). Left college during Junior
year, December, 1862. Captain, U. S. Army. Died July 13, 1906,
Washington, D. C.

*MOSES ASBURY HILL. *. T. Born October 9, 1843, Sacca-
rappa, Me. Brother of No. 924. Left college during Sophomore year.
Died July n, 1867, Norwalk, Conn.

CHARLES HARVEY LANE. *. T. Born March 11, 1844,
Middletown, Conn. Son of No. 20.

Left college during Junior year. In business in New York, N. Y.
Address: Union League Club, New York, N. Y.

BENJAMIN BEACH LEWIS. X. *. Born 1841, Stratford, Conn.
Left college during Freshman year. In business in New York, N. Y.,

1863-76. Residing in Bridgeport, Conn., 1880 .

Address: 1729 Boston Ave., Bridgeport, Conn.

"CHARLES ALBERT MANSON. M.D., University of Vermont,
1864. X. *. Born August 22, 1841, Great Falls, N. H. Left college
during Freshman year, November, 1860. Physician. Deceased; date of
death unknown.

*LUCIUS SENECA NICHOLS. *. N. 9. Brother of S. E. Nichols
(class of 1865). Left college during Senior year. Died August 27,
1864.

CHARLES ENOS PAGE. *. T. Born July 7, 1838, St. Johnsbury,
Vt.

Left college at the end of the 'fall term, Freshman year. Chaplain
of a New York regiment in the Civil War. Pastor of a Congregational
church, Huntsburg, Ohio, 1874-79. In business, 1879 .

Address : unknown.

*WILLIAM B. PUSEY. Born 1843. Left college during Freshman
year. Lawyer. Died July I, 1870.

*BISSELL CORNELIUS SHEPARD. Born September u, 1838,
Genesep, N. Y. Left college at the end of Freshman year, June, 1861.
In business, later engaged in farming. Died January I, 1901, Buffalo,

662



NON-GRADUATES. [1864-65

JAMES MELVILLE SHEPARD. X. *. Born November 24, 1842,
North Brookfield, Mass.

Left college during Junior year. Served in the U. S. Navy, 1864-65.
Taught, 1865-70. Practised dentistry, 1870-76. Member of Michigan
State Senate, 1879-80. Clerk to U. S. Senate committees, 1883-89.
Private secretary to the president of the World's Columbian Exposition,
Chicago, 111., 1890-97. Commissioner of corrections and charities, State
of Michigan, 1895-98. U. S. consul, Hamilton, Ont, Canada, 1897.

Address : Cassopolis, Mich.

*THEODORE DWIGHT SHEPHERD. *. T. Born October 13,

1843-

Left college during Sophomore year. Practised law in Norwalk, Ohio.
Secretary of a coal and iron company, Shawnee, Ohio, 1880-81. Died
November 21, 1904.

EDWARD PRESCOTT SPALDING.

Left college during Sophomore year. Corporal in the 24th Regiment,
Conn. Volunteers. Engaged in manufacturing, 1864-71.
Address : unknown.

*WALDO FRANK VINAL. Born January 6, 1844, Monroe, Me.
Brother of No. 704. Died November 24, 1863, Middletown, Conn., during
his Senior year.

*ANDREW ELI WARNER. M.A. (Hon.), 1872. Born May 20,
1838, Chester, Conn.

Left college during Freshman year, April, 1861. Principal of various
high schools and academies, 1862-80. Engaged in farming. Member of
Connecticut House of Representatives, 1899. Died March 8, 1920,
Chester, Conn.



CLASS OF 1865.

CASSIUS FREDERICK BOARDMAN. Born August 23, 1846,
Westfield, Conn.

Left college during Junior year. Principal of Church Hill Institute,
New Canaan, Conn., 1863. Studied law in New York, N. Y., 1863-66.
Taught in the New York Institute for the Blind, Fordham, N. Y., 1863-
66 ; in public schools of Steilacoom, Wash., 1867-68 ; in public schools
of Nevada and of Yuba County, Cal., 1868-81. Engaged in farming,
1881 .

Address : Wheatland, Yuba Co., Cal.

* ALBERT WILLIAM CHAPIN. A. A. 4>. Born January 13, 1844,
Coleraine, Mass. Brother of No. 1237.

Left college during Sophomore year. Member of the ist Mass.
Artillery, 1864. In business in San Francisco, Cal., New York, N. Y.,
and Worcester, Mass., 1865-81. Bookkeeper in Worcester, Mass., 1881-
94. In the real estate business, 1894-1914. Died September n, 1914,
Worcester, Mass.

*JOHN LYON CHASE. Born December 27, 1844, Middletown,
Conn. Son of No. i; brother of A: H. Chase (class of 1882).

Left college during Sophomore year, March, 1863. Engaged in
manufacturing, Buffalo, N. Y. Died December 9, 1914, Buffalo, N. Y.

663



1865] NON-GRADUATES.

JOHN CRAWFORD. X. *. Born October 8, 1846, Hudson, N. Y.

Left college in the second term, Junior year. Quartermaster's clerk,
Signal Corps, U. S. Army, 1865. Bookkeeper in New York, N. Y.,
1866-69. In the printing business, New York, 1869-77. Land owner
near Columbus, Ohio, 1877-81.

Address : unknown.

*GEORGE HEMAN CROSBY. Born November 23, 1842, Middle
Haddam, Conn. Left college during Sophomore year. Died October
22, 1862, Middle Haddam, Conn.

*ROBERT NEWTON EDDY. *. T. Born June 10, 1840, Verona,
N. Y. Left college near the end of Freshman year, July, 1862. Died
March 6, 1881, Cazenovia, N. Y.

*JOHN PARKER ELLIS. Born in New Bedford, Mass. Left
college during Freshman year. Manufacturer. Died May 15, 1876, New
Bedford, Mass.

CHARLES WESLEY FERGUSON. M.D., Columbia University,
1867. Born June, 1843, New York, N. Y.

Left college during Sophomore year. Provost marshal's clerk, Pough-
keepsie, N. Y., 1863. Hospital steward, 6th N. Y. Cavalry, 1864-65.
Practised medicine in Delaware County, N. Y., 1867-68. Went to South
America, 1869.

Address : unknown.

'ANDREW JACKSON GROVES. A. A. 4>. Born January 27, 1838,
Christiana, Del. Left college during Sophomore year. School principal.
Died December 13, 1871, Langhorne, Pa.

JAMES HENRY GROVES. M.A. (Hon.), Delaware College, 1882.
A. A. $. Born May 17, 1837, Red Lion, Del.

Left college in January, 1862. Engaged in teaching, 1865-81. State
superintendent of the schools of Delaware, 1875-83. Special agent, U. S.
Bureau of Labor, 1885 .

Address : Bureau of Labor, Washington, D. C.

*JOHN MATTHIAS HODGATE. *. T. Born June 19, 1839,
Fall River, Mass.

Left college during Freshman year. Principal of an evening school,
Boston, Mass., 1875-81. In the insurance business in Boston, Mass.
Clerk, N. Y., N. H. & H. Railway, Boston, Mass. Died March 5, 1915,
Roxbury, Mass.

*BENJAMIN FRANKLIN HOLDEN. A. A. $. Born February
14, 1842, Saxonville, Mass. Brother of No. 893. Left college during
Junior year. Manufacturer. Died June 5, 1899.

GEORGE PHELPS HOLMAN. B.A., Ohio Wesleyan University,
1865; LL.B., University of Albany, 1866; M.A., Ohio Wesleyan, 1868.
Born February 6, 1842, Salem, Ore.

Left college at the end of Sophomore year, June, 1863. Member of
Oregon Legislature, 1870-72. Delegate from Oregon to National
Republican Convention, 1872. Practised law. In business in Oregon
and Utah.

Address: unknown.

664



NON-GRADUATES. [1865-66

"JONATHAN BURWELL KILBOURN. *. T. Born August 22,
1843, Middletown, Conn.

Left college during Sophomore year. Gun manufacturer, 1864. City
purser, 1865. Salesman, Middletown, Conn., 1866-69. Teller, Middle-
town Savings Bank, 1870-77; treasurer, 1877-79. City councilman,
Middletown, 1879-80. Engaged in banking, Denver and Pueblo, Col.,
1880-83. Loan agent, Travelers Insurance Company, in Southern Colo-
rado, 1882-95. U. S. receiver of public moneys and disbursing agent,
Pueblo, Col., 1885-90. City school treasurer, Pueblo, Col., 1884. In
the real estate business, Pueblo, Col. Died May 21, 1915, Pueblo, Col.

"SAMUEL EDMUND NICHOLS. Born February 17, 1842, Brook-
field, Mass. Brother of L. S. Nichols (class of 1864). Left college
during Freshman year, March, 1862. In business. Died 1898.

"WILLIAM HENRY RICE. X. *. Born February 13, 1845,
Newton, Mass. Left college at the end of Freshman year. Died
January 14, 1863, Washington, D. C.

"EDGAR RUSSELL. Born September 28, 1840, Otsego, N. Y. Left
college during Sophomore year, October, 1862. Died December 27, 1862,
Potomac Creek, Va.

"MERRITT HOAG SHERMAN. $. N. 9. Born June 3, 1842,
Danby, Vt. Left college at the end of Freshman year. Killed June 21,
1864, during the siege of Petersburg, Va.

"MANNING FORCE STIRES. B.A., Yale College, 1865; M.A.,
Yale, 1871. X. *. Born June 5, 1838, Clinton, N. J. Left college at
the end of Sophomore year. In business. Died February 6, 1902,
Jersey City, N. J.

"DANIEL CAMP TATE. Born May 25, 1846, Middletown, Conn.

Left college during Junior year. Stock broker, New York, N. Y.,
1864-84. Public accountant, 1884-1916. Secretary, Ann Arbor Railroad
Company. Died January 7, 1916, New York, N. Y.

"HENRY TOURTELLOTT. $. N. 0. Born 1841, Webster, Mass.
Left college during Junior year. School principal. Died December,
1870.



CLASS OF 1866*



"WILLIAM HARLOW ADAMS. Born September 23, 1838,
Townsend, Mass.

Left college during Sophomore year. Methodist Episcopal minister,
New York East Conference, 1864-69; New England Conference, 1869-
1911. Superannuated, 1911. Died March 23, 1915, Southampton, Mass.

665



1866] NON-GRADUATES.

*PAUL RICHARD BROWN. M.D., Berkshire Medical Institute,
1867. Born November 4, 1846, New York, N. Y.

Left college during the fall of Sophomore year, 1863. Physician in
Berkshire County, Mass., 1868-71. Sanitary inspector of the Board of
Health, New York, N. Y., 1871-73. Assistant surgeon, U. S. Army,
1874-79; captain, 1879. Major, U. S. A. (retired). Died May 31, 1906.

*SMITH CLARK. Born in Middletown, Conn. Left college during
Freshman year. Farmer and teacher. Died January 14, 1875, Durham,
Conn.

JOSEPH WARREN DALLY. Born June 22, 1843, Woodbridge,
N. J.

Left college at the end of second term, Freshman year. Methodist
Episcopal minister, Newark Conference, 1866-1913. Retired, 1913.
Editor of The Newark Morning Register, N. J., 1869-70.

Address : Box 325, Ridgewood, N. J.

*LOVELL HALL. B.A., Yale College, 1866; M.A., Yale, 1869;
LL.B., Columbia University, 1870. Sk. T. Born May 12, 1844, East
Hampton, Conn.

Left college at the end of first term, Freshman year. Assistant prin-
cipal of Ontario Female Seminary, Canandaigua, N. Y., 1867-68. Prac-
tised law in New York, N. Y., East Hampton and Middletown, Conn.,
1868-1917. Prosecuting agent for Middlesex County, Conn., 1879-87;
coroner, 1883-89. Died November 27, 1917, Middletown, Conn.

*JOHN WILLIAM HUTTINGER. Born October 25, 1836, Steins-
feld, Wiirttemberg, Germany. Left college during Freshman year,
December, 1862. Teacher. Died 1900.

*JOHN WICKLIFFE JACKSON (JOHN WESLEY JACKSON).
A. A. <. Born September 7, 1840, New Castle County, Del. Left college
during Freshman year, May, 1863. Engaged in teaching and literary
work. Died November 2, 1899.

'STEPHEN KIMBLE JONES. Born April 3, 1839, White Mills,
Pa. Brother of No. 802. Left college in the spring of Sophomore year,
1863. Died January 3, 1864, White Mills, Pa.

*JOHN GOULD KNIGHT. X. *. Born January 20, 1840, Ipswich,
Mass. Left college at the beginning of Sophomore year, August, 1863.
Teacher, later in business. Died March 6, 1909, Hanover, Mass.

*JAMES LEAHY. A. A. i>. Born 1842, in Ireland. Left college
during Sophomore year. Died August 23, 1865, Visalia, Cal.

WESLEY LOCKHART. X. *.

Left college during Sophomore year. Private in 3ist Regiment, Maine
Volunteers. Taught in Bucksport, Me.
Address : unknown.

*LUCIUS STARR MILLER. *. T. Left college during Freshman
year. In business. Died May 21, 1898, New York, N. Y.

666



NON-GRADUATES. [1866-67

*WILLIAM HERBERT MOONEY. *. T. Born 1845, Middletown,
Conn.

Left college during Sophomore year, 1864. Graduated at Eastman
Business College, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1866. In business in Chicago,
111. Deceased; date of death unknown.

*ELI WESTON PARKMAN. A. A. 3>. Born April i, 1840,
Charleston, Me. Left college during Sophomore year. Killed June,
1864, in the battle of Petersburg, Va.

*WESLEY SHERMAN. M.D., Long Island College Hospital, 1876.
S^. T. Born May 16, 1837, Columbia County, N. Y.

Left college during Junior year. Sewing-machine agent, Middletown,
Conn., 1869-73. Practised medicine in Brooklyn, N. Y., 1876-1919. Died
April 17, 1920, Central Islip, N. Y.

*EDWARD H. TREADWAY.

Left college during Freshman year. Engaged in the drug business in
Lowell, Mass. Died November, 1883.

*WILLIAM SHEPPARD WALTON.

Left college during Sophomore year. Captain in the 34th Regiment,
N. Y. Volunteers, 1864. Reported dead by U. S. Commissioner of
Pensions, 1911.

ALBAN JOHN WILSON. M.D., Homoeopathic Medical College of
Pennsylvania, 1865. A. A. 4>. Born April 7, 1838, near Wilmington,
Del.

Left college during Freshman year, 1863. Enlisted as a private in a
Pennsylvania regiment. Practised medicine in Philadelphia, Pa., 1865-81.

Address : unknown.



CLASS OF J867.

*CHARLES LORENZO BARROWS. *. T. Born January 4, 1845,
Jamaica, Vt. Brother of No. 476. Left college during Freshman year.
Died April 12, 1870, Wardsboro, Vt.

ALBERT MIRON BIGELOW. A. A. '3>. Born October 27, 1843,
Northampton, Mass.

Left college during Junior year. Taught in East Greenwich Academy,
R. I., 1873. Engaged in the manufacture of picture frames in Worcester,
Mass. Taught school, 1865-66, 1870-72. Engaged in cotton planting,
1867-69. In business, 1872 .

Address : unknown.

JOHN HENRY CHAPMAN. B.A., Yale College, 1867 ; M.A., Yale,
1870. ^. T. Born September 14, 1844, Nashua, N. H.

Entered the Sophomore class; left college during Junior year. In
business, 1867-88; real estate, 1888-96; life insurance, 1896 .

Address: 516 ist Ave., Sioux Falls, S. Dak.

667



1867] NON-GRADUATES.

*JOHN HENRY CHURCHILL. M.D., Harvard University, 1867.
X. >P. Born July i, 1844, Lynn, Mass.

Left college, November, 1865. Studied medicine in Vienna, Austria,
1867. Practised medicine, 1867-1907. Died June 7, 1918, Danbury, Conn.

"JEFFERSON CLARK. B.A., Amherst College, 1867. A. A. S>.
Born October 3, 1846, Glover, Vt.

Left college at the end of Freshman year. Lawyer. Died December
14, 1918.

PETER FLETCHER COLE. 3>. N. 0. Born November 16, 1845,
Broadway, N. J.

Left college, January, 1865. Second lieutenant, 29th Regiment, U. S.
Colored Troops, 1865 ; afterwards chief clerk, Commissary of Muster's
office, Brownsville, Tex. In the cotton goods business, New York, N. Y.,
and Newark, N. J., 1866-1906. Retired, 1906. Vice-president, Passaic
Print Works. President, Warehouse Company, Passaic, N. J.

Address : 55 South St., Morristown, N. J.

*GEORGE OPDYKE CUMMINS. M.D., University of Pennsyl-
vania, 1868. 4>. N. 0. Born January 2, 1843, Independence, N. J. Left
college during Junior year. Physician. Died February 4, 1905.

'MELVILLE COX ELLIOTT. A. A. 4>. Born 1839, Corinna, Me.
Left college near the end of Sophomore year, June, 1865. Teacher.
Died August 26, 1871, Almorah, India.

"ISAAC NEWTON ELWOOD. B.A., University of Michigan,
1867; M.A., University of Michigan, 1870. <. N. 0. Born May n,
1843, Starkyille, N. Y. Left college, September, 1865. Methodist
Episcopal minister. Died January 19, 1887, Flint, Mich.

EDWARD MASON ELY. Born October 26, 1844, Providence, R. I.
Left college during Freshman year. In business in East Providence,
R. I., and Boston, Mass.
Address : 288 Dudley St., Boston, Mass.

JAMES WILLIAM FITCH. Born January 7, 1846, Uncasville,
Conn.

Left college in the spring of Freshman year, 1864. Minister, Metho-
dist Episcopal, Congregational, and Unitarian churches, 1869-81. Editor
of The Jefferson Gazette, Ohio, 1881.

Address : unknown.

*LEROY ALLISON FOSTER. B.S., Cornell University, 1872.
Born March 15, 1843, Portland, Me. Left college during Freshman year.
Journalist Died March 29, 1882, Denver, Col.

*HENRY DRAPER HARROWER. <fc. N. 0. Born June 10, 1846,
North Adams, Mass. Brother of No. 761. Left college during Junior
year, June, 1865. In business. Died April 23, 1907.

'ROBERT LAUDER. M.D., Yale University, 1871; M.A. (Hon.),
Wesleyan, 1890. A. A. <i>. Born May 4, 1840, Glasgow, Scotland.
Left college during Junior year, 1865. Insurance agent in Bridgeport,

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NON-GRADUATES. [1867

Conn., 1870. Corporal in the nth R. I. Volunteers. Practised medicine
in Bridgeport, Conn., 1871-1913. Lay delegate to General Conference,
M. E. Church, 1890. Died May 31, 1913, Noroton Heights, Conn.

HENRY CLAY MICHENER. Born August 13, 1844, Doylestown,
Pa.

Left college during Junior year, 1865. Practised law in Doylestown,
Pa., 1867-87. Official stenographer for the 7th Judicial District of
Pennsylvania, 1878-79. On the editorial staff of The Doylestown Intel-
ligencer and The Germantown Telegraph, 1887-93 ; The Public Ledger,
Philadelphia, Pa., 1893-1908.



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