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Address : Manette, Wash.

*HENRY HUNTINGTON NEWTON. Born March 28, 1841,
Durham, Conn. Brother of No. 959. Left college near the end of
Freshman year. Farmer. Died October 6, 1907, Durham, Conn.

LEVI SCHOBERT. Born July 10, 1836, Wapwallopen, Pa.

Left college during the spring of Freshman year, 1864. Tutor in
Greensburg Seminary, Ohio, 1865 ; Union Seminary, Pa., 1866. Engaged
in preaching in Iowa, 1867-70; in preaching, teaching, and farming in
Kossuth, Pa., 1870.

Address : unknown.

GEORGE GARDNER STEPHENSON. *. T. Born July 18, 1844,
New York, N. Y.

Left college during Freshman year. Secretary of the New York

Ophthalmic Hospital, 1864-66. Engaged in farming, 1866 . Auditor

of the town of Stamford, N. Y., 1876-79. Trustee of School Board,
Amenia, N. Y., 1873-81. Vice-president, First National Bank of Amenia,
N. Y., 1886-1908; president, 1908 .

Address : Amenia, N. Y.

"JOSEPH WILLIAM STOVER. A. A. *. Born May 3, 1843,
Bucksport, Me. Left college during Sophomore year. Druggist. Died
1905.

AUGUSTUS WHITNEY WEEKS. A. A. $. Born February 5,
1833, Worcester, Mass. Left college at the end of the first term,
Sophomore year, 1864. Bookkeeper. Died February 21, 1892, Lowell,
Mass.

*HOMER W'ESTON. B.A., Yale College, 1867; LL.B, Albany Law
School, 1868. *. T. Born October 4, 1841, Ascutneyville, Vt

Left college in the middle of the first term, Junior year. Principal of
LaCrosse Valley Seminary, Wis., 1868. Engaged in farming in Ascut-
neyville, Vt, 1869-74. Practised law, Syracuse, N. Y., 1875-1912. Died
September 17, 1912, Syracuse, N. Y.

"HORACE REED WILLIAMS. M.D., Bellevue Hospital Medical
College, 1869. S^. T. Left college at the end of Junior year. Physician.
Died July 28, 1893.

*ADAMS BROCK WILSON. M.D., Dartmouth College, 1867.
A. A. <l>. Born March 8, 1842. Left college during Freshman year.
Physician. Died August 31, 1869, Bradford, Vt.

669



1868] NON-GRADUATES.



CLASS OF J868*

*HAMLIN JAMES ANDRUS. A. A. <l>. Son of L. B. Andrus
(class of 1838) ; brother of No. 710. Left college during Senior year.
Lawyer. Died October 21, 1896, Yonkers, N. Y.

FRANKLIN HOWARD BEALE. A. A. 4>. Born April 9, 1844,
Frankfort, Me. Brother of No. 970.

Left college during Freshman year, April, 1865. Principal of High
School, Machias, Me., 1865-68. Dealer in painters' supplies, etc.,
Augusta, Me., 1878 .

Address : 161 Water St., Augusta, Me.

*GEORGE HOLLIS HAMMOND. M.D., New York University,
1872. A. A. 4>. Born August 10, 1846, New Village, N. Y. Brother of
Nos. 283 and 800. Left college at the end of the second term, Sophomore
year. Physician. Died March 29, 1904, Freeport, N. Y.

HOWARD MOSES INGHAM. B.D., Kenyon College, 1892. Born
1844, Brooklyn, Ohio.

Left college during Freshman year. Bookseller and publisher, Cleve-
land, Ohio. Ordained deacon, Protestant Episcopal Church, 1892 ; priest,
1893. Rector of churches in Cleveland and Jefferson, Ohio, and Camden,
Ark., 1892-1914. Retired, 1915. Author: Giving in Sunday-School;
Simple Answers about the Church; The Sacred Dime in every Dollar.

Address: 95 Front St., Winchendon, Mass.

WILLIAM EDGAR LOWN. Born January 9, 1848, Rhinebeck,

Left college during Sophomore year. Practised law in Cleveland,

Ohio, 1873-78; Chicago, 111., 1878-80; New York, N. Y., 1881 .

Address : 50 Broadway, New York, N. Y.

*SAMUEL HENRY NOON. Born July 7, 1841, Leicester, England.

Left college during Sophomore year. Graduated from the School of
Theology, Boston University, 1868. Methodist Episcopal minister, New
England Conference, 1869-1913. Engaged in work for the Massachusetts
Total Abstinence Society, 1900-13. Died September 3, 1913, Oakdale,
Mass.

*SELDEN WALKLEY NOYES. M.D., University of Pennsylvania,
1868. <i>. N. 6. Born September i, 1845, Haddam, Conn. Left college
during Freshman year, February, 1865. Clerk. Died July 12, 1897,
Higganum, Conn.

MORRIS WATSON PRINCE. M.A. (Hon.), 1882; D.D., 1890.
A. A. <i>. Born July 25, 1845, East Boothbay, Me.

Left college at the end of Sophomore year. Private in 34th Regiment,
Mass. Volunteers. Principal of High School, Thomaston, Me., 1868-69;
Nashua, N. H., 1870-71. Methodist Episcopal minister, New Hampshire
Conference, 1871-81. Principal of East Maine Conference Seminary,
Bucksport, Me., 1881-84. Again in the ministry, New York East Con-
ference, 1884-96. Professor of History and Political Science, Dickinson
College, 1896 .

Address : Carlisle, Pa.

670



NON-GRADUATES. [1868-69

"JULIUS WILLIAM RUSSELL. B.A., Yale College, 1868. A. A. 4>.
Born September i, 1846, Moira, N. Y. Left college at the end of
Sophomore year. Lawyer. Died February 25, 1900, Burlington, Vt.

*ORANGE WALTER SCOTT. M.A. (Hon.), 1889. *. T. Born
October 15, 1842, Newbury, Vt. Left college at the end of Sophomore
year. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died December 6, 1909, Fitchburg,
Mass.

CHARLES SMITH. *. T. Born October i, 1839, Hampton, N. H.

Left college early in Sophomore year. County superintendent of
schools, 1870-72. Practised law in Wisconsin, 1873-93. Judge of the
Superior Court, Wisconsin, 1893 .

Address : unknown.

*ELIAS AUGUSTUS TUTTLE. *. T. Born July 18, 1843, Yates,
N. Y. Left college during Freshman year. In business. Died June
19, 1907, New York, N. Y.

HENRY LUCIUS WASHBURN. B.A., Yale College, 1868; M.A.,
Yale, 1871. A. A. <!?. Born January 22, 1847, Windsor Locks, Conn.

Left college at the end of Freshman year. Practised law in Burlington,
Vt, 1870-71 ; Boston, Mass., and New York, N. Y.

Address: 150 West I36th St., New York, N. Y.

*JAMES HAZELTON WILLARD. B.A., Hamilton College, 1868.
3>. N. 9. Born April i, 1848, New Albany, Ind. Left college during
Freshman year, May, 1865. Lawyer. Died April 16, 1901, Bedford, Ind.



CLASS OF 1&69.

HENRY HOBBS ANDREWS. Born February 17, 1858, Lubec, Me.
Left college during Freshman year, November, 1865. Practised law;
afterwards engaged in agriculture.

Address : Northpprt Camp Ground, Me.

*GAYBERT BARNES. M.A. (Hon.), 1878. Born in Middletown,
Conn. Brother of No. 1199, and of Culmer Barnes (class of 1872).
Left college during Senior year. In business. Died October 13, 1895,
Brooklyn, N. Y.

GEORGE FOSTER CADY. A. A. $. Born February 12, 1849,
Voluntown, Conn.

Left college during Junior year. In the insurance business, Hartford,
Conn., 1869 .

Address : 4 Trinity St., Hartford, Conn.

*MICHAEL JOHN CALLAN. B.S., Baldwin University, 1863;
M.A., Baldwin, 1866. <. N. O. Born August 16, 1837, Louth, Ireland.
Left college during Sophomore year, August, 1866. Congregational,
later Swedenborgian, minister. Died May 12, 1907, Nahant, Mass.

671



1869] NON-GRADUATES.

*JAMES EDWARD CASWELL. $. N. 6. Left college during
Junior year. Teacher. Died December 3, 1873, Lynn, Mass.

'ROBERT NEWTON FEARON. B.A., University of Michigan,
1870; M.A., Syracuse University, 1879. A. A. 4>. Born March 21, 1839,
Pratt's Hollow, N. Y. Left college during Freshman year, July, 1866.
School principal, later in business. Died January 18, 1910, Ironton, Ohio.

*MICHAEL EDWARD GRIFFIN. Born September 18, 1849,
Easton, Pa. Left college during Sophomore year. Contractor. Died
July 1 6, 1877, Middletown, Conn.

*WILLIAM ELIJAH HYDE. Born June 11, 1843, Afton, N. Y.

Left college during Freshman year. Principal of a school, 1869-70.
Engaged in farming in Afton, N. Y., 1870-1914. Died October 22, 1914,
Troy, N. Y.

HOLMES MAYHEW JERNEGAN. M.D., New York Homoeo-
pathic Medical College. A. A. $. Born August 3, 1846, Edgartown,
Mass.

Left college during Freshman year. Professor of Surgery, Boston
University, 1873-79. Practising medicine in Boston, Mass., 1869 .

Address : Boston, Mass.

*JOHN LEMLEY. Born 1843, Hesse Darmstadt, Germany.
Left college at the end of Freshman year. Engaged in journalism,
1868-1911. Died January 28, 1911.

'WILLIAM HECTOR McALLISTER. LL.B., Columbia Univer-
sity, 1869. 4>. N. 0. Left college during Sophomore year. Methodist
Episcopal, later Independent Methodist, minister. Died 1905.

GEORGE BUSHNELL MARTIN. M.A. (Hon.), 1905. A. K. E.
Born March 15, 1846, Claverack, N. Y.

Left college at the end of Junior year. Practised law in New York,
N. Y., 1870-73. Treasurer of the Empire Transportation Company, New

Haven, Conn., 1873-83; president, 1883 . President, People's Bank

and Trust Company, New Haven. President, Civil Service Commission
of New Haven, for four years.

Address : 120 Cottage St., New Haven, Conn.

'BENJAMIN LATHAM MILLER. B.A., William Jewell College,
1871 ; LL.B., Columbia University, 1873. A. K. E. Born October 3,
1848, Boston, Mass. Left college at the end of Sophomore year.
Lawyer. Died March 3, 1878, Brooklyn, N. Y.

GEORGE WILLIAM MORROW. Born July 27, 1847, Jersey City,
N. J.

Left college at the end of Sophomore year, July, 1867. Confectioner
and ice cream dealer, Ocean Grove, N. J. Retired.

Address: Allenhurst, N. J.



672



NON-GRADUATES. [1870



CLASS OF 1870,

*FRANK EDWARD BARRETT. A. A. <i>. Born September 18, 1848,
Melrose, Mass. Left college during Sophomore year. Died September
17, 1867, Middletown, Conn.

*FRANCIS BARTLETT BEERS. *. T. Born March 25, 1846,
Brooklyn, N. Y.

Dealer in stocks and bonds, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1870-1912. Died
September I, 1912, Brooklyn, N. Y.

EMERSON GILBERT CLARK. B.A., Union College, 1876; M.A.,
Union. Born November 12, 1846, Haddam Neck, Conn.

Left college during Junior year. Taught in Highland Military Acad-
emy, Worcester, Mass., 1876. Assistant principal of High School,
Middletown, Conn., 1878. Superintendent, Granville Military Academy,
North Granville, N. Y., 1880. Principal, Nichols Academy, Dudley,
Mass., 1887; Northwestern Military Academy, Highland Park, 111., 1891.
Engaged in farming and literature, Haddam Neck, Conn., 1900 .

Address : Haddam Neck, Conn.

WILLIAM ADOLPHUS DALTON. LL.B., Albany Law School.
Born October 30, 1842, Albany, N. Y.

Left college at the end of first term, Freshman year. Practised law
in Norwalk, South Norwalk, and Bridgeport, Conn.

Address: unknown.

*JOSIAH WEARE DEARBORN. B.A, Dartmouth College, 1870.
Born December i, 1847, Andover, N. H. Brother of R. F. Dearborn
(class of 1870). Left college during Freshman year. Methodist
Episcopal minister. Died January 19, 1894, Watertown, Mass.

*REUBEN FLETCHER DEARBORN. B.A., Dartmouth College,
1870; M.D., New York University, 1873. Born May 13, 1850, Andover,
N. H. Brother of J. W. Dearborn (class of 1870).

Left college at the end of Freshman year. Practised medicine in Lynn,
Mass., 1875-1913. Died January 19, 1913.

HARRY BURNS HUTCHINS. Ph.B., University of Michigan,
1871; LL.D., University of Wisconsin, 1897, Wesleyan, 1916, Notre
Dame University, 1917, University of California, 1918, University of
Michigan, 1921. A. A. <. Born April 8, 1847, Lisbon, N. H.

Left college at the end of first term, Freshman year, 1866. Superin-
tendent of schools, Owosso, Mich., 1871-72. Instructor in Rhetoric and
History, University of Michigan, 1872-73; Assistant Professor, 1873-76.
Practised law in Mount Clemens, Mich., 1876-84. Professor of Law,
University of Michigan, 1884-87; Cornell University, 1887-94. Dean,
Department of Law, University of Michigan, 1895-1910. Acting
President, University of Michigan, 1897-98, 1909-10; President, 1910-20.

Address : Ann Arbor, Mich.

JOHN WESLEY KNAPP. *. T.

Left college during Sophomore year. Methodist Episcopal minister,
Philadelphia Conference, 1868-75. Located, 1875. Engaged in farming,
1875 .

Address : Felton, Kent County, Del.

673



1870] NON-GRADUATES.

MARCUS WARD LYON. M.A. (Hon.), 1881. A. K. E. Born
January 8, 1849, Newark, N. J.

Left college during Sophomore year, May, 1868. Graduated at West
Point Military Academy, 1872. Second lieutenant, I3th U. S. Infantry,
1872-74. Transferred to the Ordnance Department, 1874. First lieuten-
ant in Ordnance Department, 1874-81. Captain, 1881-94. Resigned,
1894. In business in Newark, N. J.

Address : unknown.

WILLIAM JOHN McCUNE. $. N. 0. Born May 28, 1843, New
York, N. Y.

Left college during Freshman year, 1867. Studied in Garrett Biblical
Institute, 1869-72. In the insurance business, 1872 .

Address : Petoskey, Mich.

'RICHARD ELLIOTT MARTIN. M.D., St. Louis Medical College,
1873. Born August 17, 1849, Greenville, Ky.

Left college during Sophomore year. Practised medicine in Bonham,
Tex., 1875-1914. Died March 6, 1914, Bonham, Tex.

*EDWARD ANNIS MERRILL. LL.B., Albany Law School, 1881.
A. A. <. Born August 5, 1845, Roxbury, Mass. Son of No. n.

Left college at the end of Freshman year, 1867. Taught for some
time. In the tea and coffee trade, Boston, Mass. Died September 2,
1914.

*LEWIS RENO. A. K. E. Born June 25, 1847, South Carrollton,
Ky. Left college at the end of Freshman year. In business. Died
April 24, 1906, Louisville, Ky.

*LEROY SUMNER STOWE. B.A., Dickinson College, 1871 ; M.A.,
Wesleyan, 1874; S.T.B., Boston University, 1884; Ph.D., Syracuse
University, 1884; D.D., Albert College, Canada, 1884. Born November
18, 1840, Redding, Conn.

Left college at the end of Freshman year. Methodist Episcopal
minister, New York East Conference, 1869-1911. Died June 28, 1911,
Westfield, N. J.

'LORENZO DOW WATSON. B.A., Dickinson College, 1869; B.D,
Boston University, 1869; M.A., Dickinson, 1872; M.A. (ad eundem),
Syracuse, 1874; Ph.D., Syracuse, 1875; B.A. and M.A. (ad eundetn),
Albert College, Canada, 1877; LL.B., Albert, 1877; B.D., Albert, 1878;
LL.D., Albert, 1878; D.D., Albert, 1880. Born December 15, 1838,
Allegany County, Md.

Left college during Junior year, 1868. Methodist Episcopal minister,
New York East Conference, 1866-70. Located, 1870. Taught in Penn.
State Normal School, 1870. Again in the ministry, East Genesee Con-
ference, 1871 ; Central New York Conference, 1872 ; Genesee Conference,
1872-1905. Professor in Taylor University, Ind., 1905-07. Super-
annuated, 1907. Died October 6, 1915, Brooklyn, N. Y.

CHARLES MERRILL WILSON. M.D, Bellevue Hospital Medical
College, 1871. A. A. f>.

Left college during Sophomore year. Practised medicine in Gouver-
neur, N. Y., 1872-88. Practised medicine in Park City, Utah. Mayor
of Park City.

Address : 15 Park St., Gouverneur, N. Y.

674



NON-GRADUATES. [1871



CLASS OF J871.

WILLIAM HENRY COOK. *. T. Born August 8, 1845, East
Boston, Mass.

Left college during Senior year, October, 1870. Methodist Episcopal
minister, New England Conference, 1871-76, 1878-82; Savannah
Conference, 1876-78.

Address : unknown.

'FREDERICK HENRY CRAFTS. B.A., Dartmouth College, 1875.
A. A. 4>. Born September 12, 1846, Minot, Me. Brother of Nos. 887,
950, and 1346.

Left college during Senior year, 1870. Civil engineer. Died February
27, 1913, Rochester, N. Y.

CHARLES HENRY FULLER. *. T. Born May 27, 1851,
Montpelier, Vt.

Left college during Junior year, 1870. Engaged in the manufacture
of doors, sashes, blinds, etc., 1870 .

Address : 30 Loomis St., Montpelier, Vt.

*CHARLES AMZI GENUNG. Born February 4, 1849, New York,
N. Y. Left college in the last term of Freshman year. School principal.
Died March 20, 1898, White Plains, N. Y.

*WILLIAM FLETCHER GRAVES. B.A., Illinois Wesleyan Uni-
versity, 1871 ; M.A., Illinois Wesleyan, 1874. ^. T. Born February 16,
1850, Bristol, Vt. Left college during Junior year. Lawyer and banker.
Died March, 1911, St. Paul, Minn.

*ISAIAH WILLIAM LORE. Born April 7, 1848, Buenos Aires,
S. A. Left college in the spring of Freshman year, 1868. Lawyer.
Died October 17, 1891, New York, N. Y.

THOMAS RANDOLPH MERCEIN. <l>. N. 9. Born October 2,
1850, Sheffield, Mass.

Left college at the end of Sophomore year. Artist in New York,
N. Y., 1878-81.

Address: unknown.

*FRENCH ALBERT SAWYER. A. A. *. Born January 30, 1845,
Newport, N. H. Left college at the end of Sophomore year.
Manufacturer. Died January 24, 1901, Concord, N. H.

*EDWARD SENIOR. Born in Middletown, Conn. Left college
during Sophomore year, May, 1869. Died November 14, 1869,
Middletown, Conn.

WILBUR FLETCHER STEELE. B.A., Syracuse University, 1872;
S.T.B., Boston University, 1874; M.A., Syracuse, 1875; D.D., Syracuse,
1893. A. K. E. 4>. B. K. Born May 17, 1851. Leominster, Mass. Son
of No. 352.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New England Southern Conference,
1874-81. Principal of Bennett Seminary, Greensboro, N. C., 1881-89.

675



1871-72] NON-GRADUATES.

Studied in Germany, 1889-92. Professor, Iliff School of Theology,
University of Denver, 1892-1900.
Address: 2161 S. Josephine St., Denver, Col.

"CHARLES BRAINERD THOMAS. *. T. Born February 28,
1848, Williamsport, Pa. Left college during Junior year. Civil
engineer. Died September 17, 1875, Santa Rosa, Cal.



CLASS OF I87Z

"HOWARD EMERY ALCOTT. *. T. Born July i, 1848, Mount
Holly, N. J. Left college at the end of Freshman year. Died September
24, 1869, Mount Holly, N. J.

CULMER BARNES. <f>. N. 9. Born August 23, 1850, Middletown,
Conn. Brother of No. 1199, and of Gaybert Barnes (class of 1869.).

Left college during Freshman year, 1869. Artist and illustrator, New
York, N. Y., 1875 .

Address : 36 E. 22nd St., New York, N. Y.

"CHARLES CARROLL CANFIELD (Changed his second name in
youth to COLLARD). Born July 5, 1851, Middletown, Conn.

Left college at the end of Sophomore year, June, 1870. Engaged in
monumental and building stone works, Middletown, Conn., 1870-81.
Lived in Durham, Conn., 1902-19. Died January 14, 1919, Danbury,
Conn.

"CHARLES MARIM CARROW. Born April i, 1853, Pottsville,
Pa. Left college during Freshman year. Second lieutenant, U. S.
Cavalry. Died May 19, 1879, St. Louis, Ao.

WILBUR FISK COUSENS. Born July 31, 1848, Kennebunkport,
Me. Brother of No. 1002.

Left college during Senior year, May, 1872. In business in Boston,
Mass., 1872-76. Principal of High School, Columbia Falls, Me., 1876-
77. In business in Boston, Mass., and Portland, Me., 1877-79; Wells,
Me., 1879-1918. Supervisor of schools for five years. -Member of Maine
House of Representatives, 1891-92. Postmaster, town treasurer, etc.

Address : Ogunquit, Me.

"ROBERT ABBOT DANIEL. Born October 2, 1850, St. John,
N. B., Canada. Left college during Freshman year, 1869. Minister,
Methodist Church of Canada. Died August i, 1893, Musquodobit, N. S.,
Canada.

"JAMES HOWARD HAND. *. T. Born April 21, 1850, Cape
May, N. J. Left college during Junior year, April, 1871. Methodist
Episcopal minister. Died June 7, 1907, Long Island College Hospital,

676



NON-GRADUATES. [1872

BENJAMIN WARREN HARTWELL. A. K. E. Born January 19,

1848, Charlotteville, N. Y.

Left college during Freshman year, 1869. Engaged in fruit-growing
and farming, LeRoy, N. Y., 1871 .

Address : LeRoy, N. Y.

HENRY HARRISON HAYNES. B.A., Harvard University, 1873;
B.D., Episcopal Theological School, Cambridge, Mass., 1877; M.A.,
Harvard, ^ 1877 ; Ph.D., Harvard, 1899. ^. T. Born August 23, 1849,
Alexandria, N. H.

Left college during Freshman year, October, 1868. Minister of a
church in Tilton, N. H., 1878; Denver, Col., 1880. Ordained deacon in
the Protestant Episcopal Church, 1877 ; priest, 1878. Engaged in preach-
ing and teaching. Principal of Jarvis Hall Cathedral School for Boys,
Denver, Col., 1878-82.

Address : Derry Village, N. H.

DAVID BRAINERD HUBBARD. A. K. E. Born April 30, 1847,
Higganum, Conn.

Left college during Freshman year, 1869. Graduated from Hartford
Theological Seminary, 1872. Pastor of Congregational churches in
Connecticut, 1873 .

Address : Berlin, Conn.

*LEVERET MARSDEN HUBBARD. LL.B., Albany Law School,
1870; M.A. (Hon.), Wesleyan, 1883. *. T. Born April 23, 1849,
Durham, Conn. Son of No. 259. Left college at the end of Freshman
year. Lawyer. Died December 7, 1906, Wallingford, Conn.

*MARTIN VAN BUREN KNOX. B.A., Baker University, 1872;
M.A., Baker, 1875 ; M.A., Boston University, 1879 ; Ph.D., Boston Uni-
versity, 1880; D.D., Baker, 1890. ^. T. Born October 4, 1841, Schroon,

Left college during Freshman year, March, 1869. Captain of 23d U. S.
Colored Infantry. Methodist Episcopal minister, Vermont Conference,
1870-72; Kansas Conference, 1872-73. Supernumerary, 1873. Professor
of Natural Sciences, Baker University, 1874-77. Engaged in study,
1877-80. Again in the ministry, New Hampshire Conference, 1880-92.
President, Red River Valley University, N. Dak., 1892-1900. Engaged
in literary work, 1900-12. Died March* 13, 1912, Stoneham, Mass.

BERNARD HARRISON NADAL. A. K. E. Born December 27,
1850, in Maryland.

Left college during Freshman year. Employed in the New York
Custom House until 1891. Resigned on account of ill health. Author:
Friendship, and Other Poems.

Address : 14 Gramercy Park, New York, N. Y.

*ADDISON BROWN POLAND. M.A. (Hon.), 1876; Ph.D., New
York University, 1890. ^. T. Born March 26, 1851, Winchendon, Mass.

Left college at the end of Sophomore year, 1870. Taught in Ashburn-
ham, Mass., 1870-71. Principal of High School, Amesbury, Mass., 1872.
Studied law in Worcester, Mass., 1873. Principal of High School,
Fitchburg, Mass., 1874; Ilion, N. Y., 1875-85; Jersey City, N. J., 1886-
87. Superintendent of schools, Jersey City, N. J., 1888-93; Trenton,

677



1872-73] NON-GRADUATES.

N. J., 1893-95. Assistant superintendent of schools, New York, N. Y.,
1896. Superintendent of schools, Paterson, N. J., 1898-1900; Newark,
N. J., 1901-17. Died September 15, 1917, Newark, N. J.

*LYMAN EDWARD ROCKWELL. S.T.B., Boston University,
1872; D.D., Portland University, 1898. Born September 4, 1848,
Deansville, N. Y.

Left college during Freshman year, October, 1868. Preached in Hins-
dale, N. H. ; in Windsor, Vt, 1874-75. Chaplain of the Vermont State
Prison, 1874-75. Methodist Episcopal minister, Vermont Conference,
1875-80; Genesee Conference, 1880-99. Pastor and Presiding Elder in
Oregon and Kansas, 1899-1918. Delegate to General Conference, M. E.
Church, 1904. Died March 23, 1918, Clyde, Kans.

'STEPHEN OLIN SHERMAN. Born April 3, 1850, Blanford,
Mass.

Left college during Sophomore year. Engaged in journalism, Boston,
Mass., 1869-1914. Died May 11, 1914, Boston, Mass.

*GEpRGE WEBBER STONE. B.A., Bowdoin College, 1872; M.A.,
Bowdoin, 1875. $>. N. 6. Born January 7, 1849, Jay, Me. Left college
during Freshman year. Farmer. Died October 2, 1910, Livermore Falls,
Me.

*SMITH WILLISTON TOLES. A. K. E. Born December 25, 1846,
Otego, N. Y. Left college during Junior year, April, 1871. Died May
20, 1905.

*MELVIN ADELBERT WOLCOTT. Born September 23, 1844,
Marcy, N. Y. Left college during Freshman year, December, 1868.
Methodist Episcopal minister. Died December 25, 1878, Borodino, N. Y.

CHARLES STOUT WOODRUFF. D.D., Taylor University, 1897.
A. K. E. Born July 9, 1847, Mendham, N. J.

Left college during Sophomore year, April, 1870. Methodist Episcopal
minister, Newark Conference, 1871 .

Address : Allendale, N. J.



.CLASS OF 1873*

FRANK DEWAR. Born February 11, 1849, Logan, Ohio.

Left college at the end of Freshman year, 1870. Engaged in

manufacturing, 1870 .

Address: 312 Glen Ave., Scotia, N. Y.

*GEORGE WILLIAM ELLIOTT. B.A., Syracuse University, 1873;
M.A., Syracuse, 1876. ^. T. Born November i, 1848, New York, N. Y.
Left college during Junior year, December, 1871. Editor and publisher.
Died March 18, 1891, Rochester, N. Y.

*JAMES WILLIAM FENN. Born April 2, 1841, Billington,
Bedfordshire, England.

Left college during Freshman year. Corporal, ist Conn. Heavy

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NON-GRADUATES. [1873

Artillery, 1861-64. Methodist Episcopal minister, New England Con-
ference, 1871-85; Detroit Conference, 1888-1902. Retired, 1902. Died
November 22, 1919, Cass City, Mich.

*OSMON CLEANDER BAKER FOOTE. A. A. *. Born March
22, 1852, Belleville, N. Y. Died November 10, 1870, Middletown, Conn.,
during his Sophomore year.

EDWIN PERCY GAMBLE. Born December 18, 1853, Cincinnati,
Ohio.

Left college during Freshman year, October, 1869. Engaged in stock
farming in Millersburg, Ky., 1876 .

Address: Millersburg, Ky.

*HOWARD KINGSBURY. Ph.G., Philadelphia College of Phar-
macy, 1874; D.D.S., Philadelphia Dental College, 1892. Born September
8, 1849, Mount Holley, N. J.

Left college during Freshman year, 1870. In business in Tyrone, Pa.
Pharmacist in Philadelphia, Pa., 1878-88. Practised dentistry, 1888-1915.
Reported dead by P. O. in 1915.

*STRATTON SAGE KNOX. A. K. E. Born February 5, 1845,
Colesville, N. Y.

Left college at the end of Junior year, special course. Practised law
in Cortland, N. Y., 1874-1918. County judge and surrogate of Cortland
County, N. Y., 1884-90. President, National Bank of Cortland, 1897-
1918. Died July i, 1918, Cortland, N. Y.

*WILLIAM HENRY LAWRENCE. M.D., New York University,



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