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1877. ^. T. Born October 5, 1851, Durham, Conn. Son of No. 397.

Left college at the end of Sophomore year. Clerk in Brooklyn, N. Y.,
1872-74. Practised medicine, Tomhannock, N. Y., 1877-79; Summit,
N. J., 1879-1918. Died July, 1918, Summit, N. J.

*CHARLES ROGER LORD. Born August 25, 1849, Ipswich, 'Mass.
Left college during Sophomore year. Telegraph operator. Died
December 8, 1879, Ipswich, Mass.

ARTHUR COLLINS MACLAY. M.A. (Hon.), 1879; LL.B.,
Columbia University, 1880. A. K. E. Born August 14, 1853, Victoria,
Hong Kong, China. Brother of R. H. Maclay (class of 1873).

Left college during Senior year, March, 1873. Taught in Japan, 1874-
78. Practised law in New York, N. Y., 1880-1900. Engaged in literary

work and lecturing, 1900 . Lecturer on Oriental subjects, Free

Lecture Course, New York Board of Education. Author; A Budget
of Letters from Japan; Mito-Yashaki: a Tale of Old Japan, etc.

Address : 662 West 8th St., Plainfield, N. J.

ROBERT HALL MACLAY. B.A., Syracuse University, 1873;
M.A., Syracuse, 1876. A. K. E. Born May 16, 1852, Foochow, China.
Brother of A. C. Maclay (class of 1873).

Left college during Sophomore year, March, 1871. In business in
China.

Address: Tientsin, China.

679



1873] NON-GRADUATES.

"JONATHAN MAGIE MEEKER. Ph.D., New York University,
1889; D.D., Wesleyan, 1908. *. T. Born September 20, 1850,
Elizabeth, N. J.

Left college during Junior year. In the insurance business, 1872-75.
State secretary, Y. M. C. A. of New Jersey, 1875-77. Studied in Drew
Theological Seminary, 1877-80; graduated, 1880. Methodist Episcopal
minister, Newark Conference, 1878-1908. President, Centenary Col-
legiate Institute, Hackettstown, N. J., 1908-17. Died January i, 1917,
New York, N. Y.

CHARLES EDWARD OSBORNE. Born June 5, 1849, Brooklyn,
N. Y.

Left college during Freshman year. Principal of schools, 1870-75.

Dealer in musical instruments, 1875 Member of Connecticut

Legislature, 1886-87.

Address: Stepney, Conn.

"CHARLES MORGAN PEASLEE. A. K. E. Born August 26, 1846,
Blenheim, N. Y. Died May 14, 1871, Middletown, Conn., during his
Sophomore year.

EDWIN RICHARD REDHEAD. B.A., Syracuse University, 1874.
A. A. <. Born 1851, Brownville, N. Y.

Left college during the first term, Sophomore year. Traveling sales-
man, 1875-80. Secretary and treasurer, Victoria Paper Mills Company,

Fulton, N. Y., 1880-92; president, 1892 . President, Citizens National

Bank, Fulton, N. Y., 1898-1914. Lay delegate to General Conference,
M. E. Church, 1892, 1908. Trustee of Syracuse University, 1888 .

Address : Fulton, N. Y.

JOHN WENTWORTH SANBORN. A. K. E. Born November 3,
1848, Epping, N. H.

Left college during Sophomore year. Principal of Kingston Academy,
N. H. Principal of schools, South Newmarket, N. H., 1871-72. Metho-
dist Episcopal minister, Western New York (now Genesee) Conference,
1873 .

Address: Friendship, N. Y.

"GEORGE HENRY TOWLE. $. N. 9. Born April 9, 1851, Boston,
Mass. Brother of No. 1065. Left college during Junior year. Lawyer.
Died September 2, 1896, St. Thomas, West Indies.

"SANDFORD BATTERSHALL WASHBURN. *. T. Born
November 15, 1849, Pittsfield, Mass. Left college during Freshman
year. Died September 16, 1870, Fort Edward, N. Y.

LYMAN HORACE WEEKS. A. A. 3>. Born August 21, 1851,
Waltham, Mass.

Left college at the end of Sophomore year, 1871. Engaged in

journalism and literary work, 1873 . Author: Prominent Families

of New York, 1898; Book of Bruce, 1907; The Legal and Judicial
History of New York, 1911; Rip Fan Winkles of Many Lands, 1920,
etc.

Address : 2352 Aqueduct Ave., New York, N. Y.

"FRANCIS ASBURY WINCH. *. T. Born March 4, 1848, North-
field, Vt. Died November 22, 1871, Middletown, Conn., during his
Junior year.

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NON-GRADUATES. [1874



CLASS OF 1874.

EDWIN HENRI ATKINS. Born April 3, 1846, Boston, Mass.
Left college during Freshman year, December, 1870. Boot and shoe
dealer in Hallowell and Kennebunkport, Me.
Address: Kennebunkport, Me.

JAMES HALSTEAD BOUCHER. *. T. Born April 15, 1852,
Williamstown, N. J.

Left college during Junior year, December, 1872. In business in
Rochester, N. Y., 1873 .

Address: 26 Exchange St., Rochester, N. Y.

*BENJAMIN WEBSTER BRIERLEY. *. T. Born 1853,
Norwich, Conn. Left college at the end of Freshman year. Died July
26, 1871, Norwich, Conn.

*M[ILLARD] FILLMORE BROWN. A. A. *. Born September
23, 1850, Triangle, N. Y.

Left college, March, 1873. Taught in Medina Academy, N. Y., 1874;
LeRoy Academical Institute, N. Y., 1875. Practised law in Binghamton,
N. Y., 1876-89; Buffalo, N. Y., 1889-1915. City attorney of Binghamton,
for four years. Died August 10, 1915, Buffalo, N. Y.

ROBERT ALLEN CARRINGTON. Born December 31, 1849,
Delhi, N. Y. Brother of No. 1118.

Left college during Junior year, 1873. Practised law in Delhi, N. Y.,
1877-81; New York, N. Y., 1881-86. Engaged in advertising, 1890 .

Address: 234 West I2ist St., New York, N. Y.

HERMAN CARTER. B.D., Drew Theological Seminary, 1876.
A. K. E. Born November 2, 1849, near Henderson, Md.

Left college during Junior year, June, 1873. Methodist Episcopal
minister, South Kansas Conference, 1876-81 ; Ohio Conference, 1881-89.
Engaged in manufacturing, 1889 .

Address : Mount Sterling, Ohio.

EDMUND PEARSON DOLE. LL.B., Boston University, 1876.
Born February 28, 1850, Skowhegan, Me.

Pursued a special course. Practised law in Keene, N. Y., Honolulu,
Hawaii, and Seattle, Wash. Attorney-general of Hawaii.

Address : Haller Building, Seattle, Wash.

'WILLIAM WALTER ELDER. Born January 3, 1843, Rockport,
Ind. Pursued a special course with this class during Junior year.
Methodist Episcopal minister. Died May n, 1884, Valparaiso, Ind.

*GEORGE ADDISON EMERSON. LL.B., Harvard University,
1875. * T. Born August 24, 1846, Hermon, Me.

Left college at the end of Freshman year. Practised law, 1875-1912.
Died March n, 1912, Watertown, Mass.

*ALFRED MAY GAMMAN. M.D., New York Homoeopathic
Medical College, 1875. A. A. -f>. Born 1853, Corning, N. Y.

Left college during Sophomore year. Practised medicine in CorningL
N. Y. Died 1918, in Oklahoma.

681



1874] NON-GRADUATES.

*JAMES WILLIAM HOYT. $. N. 9. Born June 12, 1852, New
York, N. Y. Left college during Freshman year. Died October 25,
1870, Brooklyn, N. Y.

*GEORGE NEWELL KELLOGG. A. A. $. Left college during
Sophomore year. Methodist Episcopal, later Congregational, minister.
Died September 20, 1909, Morrisville, Vt.

ALBERT HARTEAU NASH. A. K. E. Born March 30, 1850,
Meriden, Conn.

Left college at the end of Sophomore year, July, 1872. Reporter for
The New York Tribune, 1873-74. Supplied Methodist Episcopal
churches, 1874-79. Methodist Episcopal minister, Troy Conference,
1879-1917. Retired, 1917.

Address : Fort Ann, N. Y.

*WILLIAM JOHN PARKINSON. A. K. E. Born 1843, Ballston
Spa, N. Y. Left college during Sophomore year. Died January 7, 1902,
on the train from Flora to Jackson, Miss.

*FRANKLIN WELLS PATTEN. B.A., Yale College, 1874; LL.B.,
Yale, 1876. *. T. Born May 8, 1852, Stafford, Conn. Left college
during Freshman year, December, 1870. Lawyer, later in the insurance
business. Died January, 1890, Stafford Springs, Conn.

OSCAR EUGENE PECK. Born April 14, 1850, Addison, Mich.
Left college at the end of Freshman year, June, 1871. Dentist in

Bridgeton, N. J., 1871 . President, Board of Education, Bridgeton.

Address: Bridgeton, N. J.

*GEORGE MORTIMER ROE. M.A. (Hon.), 1884. A. A. J>.
Born October 30, 1848, Clyde, N. Y. Brother of No. 937, and of C. M.
Roe (class of 1881).

Left college at the end of Sophomore year, 1872. Taught in Middle-
ville, N. Y., 1872-73. Engaged in journalism, 1873-1916. Member,
Board of Supervisors, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1895-98. Died August 20, 1916,
Long Beach, Cal.

WILLIAM MORRIS STERLING. D.D., Syracuse University, 1907.
Born July 4, 1845, Newport, N. S., Canada.

Left college, having pursued a special course, April, 1873. Methodist
Episcopal minister, Vermont, Maine, and Southern California Con-
ferences. Retired.

Address: 1465 E. Mountain St., Pasadena, Cal.

JAMES HORTON TAFT. *. N. 0. Born July 7, 1852, Brooklyn,
N. Y. Brother of Nos. 1028 and 1194.

Left college at the end of Junior year. In business in New York,
N. Y.

Address : 100 William St., New York, N. Y.

*JOHN ROBBINS TIDDY. A. K. E. Left college during Freshman
year. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died November 2, 1872,
Springfield, Mass.

682



NON-GRADUATES. [1875



CLASS OF J875,

*ALFRED WILLISTON ADAMS. *. T. Born May 17, 1851,
Provincetown, Mass. Left college during Junior year. Died April 23,
1875, Dansville, N. Y.

DANIEL JOSEPH DONAHOE. Born February 27, 1853, Brimfield,
Mass.

Left college during Freshman year. Practised law in Meriden, Conn.,

1875-78; Middletown, Conn., 1878 . Associate judge, Middletown

City Court, 1884-1903. Attorney for the town of Middletown, 1886-93.
President, Board of Education, 1895-1905.

Address; Middletown, Conn.

CLARK PHELPS ROWLAND. B.A., Yale College, 1875; M.A.,
Drury College. Born October 3, 1849, Columbia, Pa.

Left college at the end of Sophomore year. Taught in New Haven,
Conn., 1875-77. Principal of Tabor Academy, Marion, Mass., 1877-93 ;
Academy of Drury College, Mo., 1893-1906; St. Johnsbury Academy,
Vt, 1906-09; High School, Milan, Pa., 1917 .

Address : Milan, Pa.

*LEWIS WILLIAM MOREY. B.A., Dartmouth College, 1876.
Born November 26, 1848, Lowell, Mass.

Left college during Freshman year. Methodist Episcopal minister,
Vermont Conference, 1879-82. Died June 16, 1911, Everett, Mass.

GEORGE WHEATON NICKERSON. M.D., Columbia University,
1878. A. K. E.

Left college during Sophomore year. Taught in Hackensack, N. J.,
1872. Practising medicine, Stoneham, Mass., 1884 .

Address : Stoneham, Mass.

CHARLES PHELPS. M.A. (Hon.), 1907. *. T. Born August
10, 1853, East Hartford, Conn. Brother of No. 782.

Absent from college during Sophomore year; returned for Junior

and Senior years. Practising law in Rockville, Conn., 1877 .

Member of lower house, Connecticut General Assembly, 1885 ; Senate,
1893. Secretary of the State of Connecticut, 1897-98. Attorney-general
of Connecticut, 1899-1903. State's attorney, Tolland County, Conn.,
1904-15. Member, State Constitutional Convention, 1902.

Address : Rockville, Conn.

*GEORGE SKENE. M.A. (Hon.), 1883; D.D., Bates College.
^. T. Born August 3, 1845, Anthorp, Lincolnshire, England.

Left college during Freshman year, June, 1872. Methodist Episcopal
minister, Greeley, Col., 1873-74; Troy Conference, 1874-85; New
England Conference, 1885-1908. Supernumerary, 1908. Died January
16, 1917, Bedford, Mass.

JAMES POMEROY STOW. Born August 16, 1851, Middletown,
Conn.

Left college during Junior year. Photographic designer in Middle-
town, Conn., 1874-78. Councilman of Middletown, Conn., 1880. City
clerk and treasurer, 1881 . Town treasurer for 32 years.

Address : Middletown, Conn.

683



1875-76] NON-GRADUATES.

*CYRUS EVERETT WATERBURY. A. A. *. Born January 28,
1848, Westchester County, N. Y. Left college at the end of Sophomore
year. Teacher. Died March 31, 1884, Bridgeport, Conn.

*JOSEPH ZWEIFEL. *. T. Born September 19, 1850, New York,
N. Y. Left college during Senior year. Methodist Episcopal minister.
Died October 21, 1902, Northville, N. Y.



CLASS OF J876.

WILLIAM BORDEN BALDWIN. *. T. Born September 18, 1854,
Fall River, Mass.

Left college during Freshman year, March, 1873. Salesman, 1873 .

Member, Massachusetts House of Representatives, 1915 .

Address: 328 Belmont St., Brockton, Mass.

HERBERT JEWETT BARTON. B.A., Dartmouth College, 1876;
M.A., Dartmouth. A. A. 4>. Born September 27, 1853, Newport, N. H.

Left college during Sophomore year, March, 1874, Principal, High
School, Newport, N. H., 1876-78; Waukegan, 111., 1878-81; Illinois
State Normal School, 1883-91. Professor of Latin, University of
Illinois, 1891 .

Address: Champaign, 111.

*DANIEL MOORE BATES, JR. M.A., Racine College, 1882. *. T.

Born 1852, Wilmington, Del. Left college during Freshman year.

Rector, Protestant Episcopal Church. Died December 8, 1899,
Philadelphia, Pa.

WILLIAM FREDERIC BORGELT. A. K. E. Born April 5,
1852, New York, N. Y.

Left college during Sophomore year. Painter in Middletown, Conn.,
1876 .

Address: Mi_ddletown, Conn.

DELOS FERDINAND BROOKS. D.D., Texas Holiness Univer-
sity, 1906. Born October 26, 1845, St. Albans, Vt.

Left college during Freshman year. Methodist Episcopal minister,
Troy Conference, 1876-1906. Professor in Central University, Iowa,
1906-08. President of Beulah Heights College, Oklahoma, 1908-09.
Supernumerary, 1909.

Address : 240 W. Lawrence St., Albany, N. Y.

CARTER EASTMAN GATE. B.A., Dartmouth College, 1876;
D.D., Bates College, 1900. A. A. 4>. Born August 26, 1852, Louden,
N. H.

Left college during Sophomore year. Free-will Baptist minister,

1877 .

Address : 7 Kensington Road, Edgewood, R. I.

'WALTER EDEN CHASE. Born May 7, 1851, Unity, Me. Left
college during Freshman year, October, 1872. Died November 9, 1872,
Kansas City, Mo.

684



NON-GRADUATES. [1876

DANIEL JAMES CLARK. A. K. E. Born July 20, 1848, Ludlow,
Vt

Left college during Junior year. Taught in Wesleyan Academy, Wil-
braham, Mass., 1874-75. Studied in Hartford Theological Seminary,
1878-79; graduated, 1880. Pastor of the First Congregational (Old
Stone) Church, East Haven, Conn., 1880-1920. Retired, 1920.

Address : 50 High St., East Haven, Conn.

TIMOTHY SUMNER CLIFFORD. Born in Warren, N. H.
Left college during Sophomore year.
Address: unknown.

GRANVILLE CORNING. B.A., Yale College, 1878. Born 1848,
Monroe, Conn.

Left college about the end of Sophomore year. Principal of Gren's
Farms Academy, 1878-79; High School, Cheshire, Mass., 1880-81. In
the real estate business.

Address : 93 North St., Auburn, N. Y.

WILLIAM WESTON COX. A. A. $. Born September 6, 1848,
Ellenville, N. Y.

Left college at the end of Sophomore year. Methodist Episcopal
minister, Troy Conference. 1875 . Superannuated, 1909.

Address : Round Lake, N. Y.

TIMOTHY PRESCOTT FROST. M.A. (Hon.), 1890; D.D., 1895;
D.D., Middlebury College, 1910; LL.D., Northwestern University, 1911.
^. T. Born June 26, 1850, Mount Holly, Vt

Left college during Junior year, April, 1875. Methodist Episcopal
minister, Vermont Conference, 1876-89; New York East Conference,
1889-93; Baltimore Conference, 1893-98; Newark Conference, 1898-

1903 ; Rock River Conference, 1903 . Lecturer on Ethics, Garrett

Biblical Institute.

Address : Bradford, Vt.

*ROSCOE LEONARD GREENE. M.A. (Hon.), 1884. A. K. E.
Born December 26, 1847, Bangor, Me.

Left college during Senior year, April, 1876. Methodist Episcopal
minister, New England Conference, 1876-1911. Died June 10, 1911,
Waltham, Mass.

*JOHN EDMUND KENDRICK. A. K. E. Born June 17, 1854,
Providence, R. I.

Left college at the end of Freshman year, June, 1873. Engaged in
manufacturing cotton mill supplies. President, American Supply Com-
pany, of Providence, R. I. U. S. Marshal for Rhode Island, 1892-96,
1900-08. Died December 26, 1913, Cranston, R. I.

*JAMES EDWARD KNAPP. Born August 25, 1846, Greenwich,
Conn. Left, college during Freshman year, February, 1873. Methodist
Episcopal minister. Died 1905.

JAMES OTIS LYFORD. Born June 28, 1853, Boston, Mass.
Left college during Freshman year. Member of New Hampshire
Constitutional Convention, 1876. Political editor of The People (after-

685



1876] NON-GRADUATES.

wards People and Patriot), 1877-79. Practised law in Tilton and

Concord, N. H., 1880 . Superintendent of schools, Tilton, N. H.

Address: Concord, N. H.

*CHARLES ADELBERT LYON. A. A. 4>. Born May 30, 1850,
Barker, N. Y. Left college during Sophomore year, March, 1874.
Cashier. Died October 2, 1892, Binghamton, N. Y.

JACOB WARREN NEWTON. Born August 3, 1852, Stowe, Vt.

Left college at the end of Freshman year. Engaged in farming in
Stowe, Vt, 1873-77. Supplied a church in Chelsea, West Hill, Vt, 1877-
79. Chaplain of the Hygienic Institute, Dansville, N. Y., 1879-80.
Engaged in farming, 1880-98; in printing tracts and in home mission
work, 1898-1904. Bookseller and stationer, 1904 .

Address : Toccoa, Ga.

"LEWIS HENRY NOBLE. *. T. Born June 7, 1853, Westfield,
Mass. Left college during Junior year. Died May 14, 1875, Westfield,
Mass.

JESSE TUCK PARKER. A. K. E. Born August 11, 1850, Wilton,
Me.

Left college at the end of Sophomore year. Superintendent of schools,
Fayette, Me., 1874-79. Principal of High School, Rome, Ga., 1879.
Supervisor of schools, Fayette, Me., 1880-81. Practising law in St. Paul,
Neb.

Address : St. Paul, Howard County, Neb.

*NELSON COBLEIGH PARKER. M.D., Boston University, 1879.
$. N. 0. Born February 13, 1855, Boston, Mass. Left college at the
end of Sophomore year, June, 1874. Clerk. Died 1897.

*ELWYN DAVID PLAISTED. Ph.D., Syracuse University, 1877.
Born October 14, 1855, Syracuse, N. Y. Left college during Sophomore
year. In business. Died December 30, 1901, Memphis, Tenn.

*GEORGE POWERS RAYMOND. A. A. *. Born December 3,
1853, Lockport, N. Y. Brother of No. 1098.

Left college, having pursued a special course, 1874. Druggist, Lock-
port, N. Y., and Independence, Col., 1875-1915. Died May 8, 1915, Santa
Monica, Cal.

*WARREN JARROTT REES. A. A. <. Left college during
Freshman year, February, 1873. Bookkeeper. Died June 10, 1902,
Louisville, Ky.

* JAMES TRENCHARD SCHOCK. M.A. (Hon.), 1884. A. K. E.
Born April 22, 1851, Centerton, N. J.

Left college during Senior year, March, 1876. Principal of various
schools, 1876-1912. Died August 10, 1912, Plainfield, N. J.

*CHARLES KURD SHERWOOD. LL.B., Columbia University,
1876. Born December 2, 1848, Liberty, N. Y. Brother of No. 1128.

Left college, having pursued a special course, 1874. Practised law in
Bradford, Pa., and Castile, N. Y., 1876-1914. Alderman of Bradford,
Pa. Died November i, 1914, Castile, N. Y.

686



NON-GRADUATES. [1876-77

EMMET REDFIELD STODDARD. A. K. E. Born June 30, 1850,
Middletown, N. Y.

Left college during Junior year. In the dairy business, New York,
N. Y., 1875-1907. Retired, 1907.

Address: 13 W. i8th St., New York, N. Y.

LEVI LE FOREST HAYDEN TAYLOR. A. A. 3>.

Left college during Freshman year. Taught in Epping and Lee, N. H.

In business in Haverhill, Mass., 1880 .

Address: Windsor St., Haverhill, Mass.

WILLIAM UBERTO TAYLOR. M.D., University of Vermont,
1880. Born June 12, 1852, Mooers, N. Y. Brother of No. 1064.

Left college, June, 1873. Engaged in teaching and studying medicine,
1873-76. Assistant surgeon in Mary Fletcher Hospital, Burlington, Vt,
1880-81. Practising medicine, 1881 .

Address: Mooers, N. Y.

EUGENE RALPH TOWNE. Born August 9, 1852, Waterbury, Vt
Left college at the end of the first term, Freshman year. Studied in

Yale College, 1873-75. Engaged in farming in Waterbury, Vt, 1877 .

Address : Waterbury, Vt.

"CALVIN BUTTERFIELD TUTTLE. LL.B., Boston University,
1879. ^f. T. Born May 16, 1851, Long Island, N. H. Left college
during Junior year. Lawyer. Died May 6, 1906, Lynn, Mass.

"HENRY AARON YEAMANS. A. K. E. Born May 15, 1853,
Ashtabula, Ohio. Left college during Freshman year. Law student.
Died March 22, 1875, Chicago, 111.



CLASS OF 1877,

*THOMAS SNOWDEN BOSWELL. B.A., Dickinson College,
1877. Born November 6, 1856, Lima, N. Y. Left college during Sopho-
more year, October^ 1874. In business. Died January 17, 1891, Leesburg,
Fla.

*JOHN ATWOOD BOWLER. A. A. *. Born October 25, 1852,
Watertown, Mass. Left college during Junior year. Methodist
Episcopal minister. Died February 28, 1911, Springfield, Mass.

HENRY CLAY CARPENTER. Born January 25, 1850, Troy, N. Y.

Left college during Sophomore year. Principal of Milton Academy,
Del, 1874-75; Georgetown Academy, Del., 1875-76. Superintendent of
Lewes Union School, Del., 1876-80. Assistant superintendent of public
schools of Delaware, 1881. European agent for the McCormick Reaper
and Harvester Company.

Address : unknown.



1877] NON-GRADUATES.

JOSEPH COLTER. A. A. 4>. Born July 13, 1847, Leitrim, Ireland.

Left college at the end of Sophomore year. In the dry goods commis-
sion business, Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago, and New York, 1875

Member of Board of Education, East Orange, N. J., 1902.

Address : 72 Leonard St., New York, N. Y.

WILLIAM HOWE CRANE. LL.B., Albany Law School, 1880.
A. A. <. Born February 6, 1854, Pennington, N. J.

Left college at the end of Freshman year, 1874. Studied in New York
University, 1876-77. Taught in Lyons Farms, N. J., 1877-78; State
Normal School, Holly Springs, Miss., 1878-79. Practised law, Port
Jervis, and New York, N. Y., 1880-1900; New York, N. Y., 1900-10.
Lived on a farm, Holly Ridge, N. C, 1911-14; Pennsburg, Pa., 1915-17.
Served in the British Navy, October, I9i6-February, 1917. President,
American Lithia and Chemical Company, 1917-20.

Address : Pala, Cal.

WILLIAM HENRY FAIRCHILD. LL.B., University of Michigan,
1877. ^. T. Born January 31, 1853, Fairfield, Vt.

Left college during Sophomore year, November, 1874. Practised law

in Fairfield, Vt., 1876 . Superintendent of town schools, 1878-81.

Member of Vermont House of Representatives, 1888-90 ; Senate, 1890-92.

Address: Fairfield, Vt.

JOHN HARRIS FRANCIS. Born in New London, Conn.
Left college after a stay of one month, October, 1874.
Address : unknown.

WILLIAM DUDLEY GOEWEY. M.A. (Hon.), 1909. A. A. $.
Left college at the end of Freshman year, June, 1874. Resided in

Kansas, 1874-77. Teaching in High School, Albany, N. Y., 1877 .

Address : 457 State St., Albany, N. Y.

*WEBSTER GOSS. A. K. E. Born June 12, 1856, Oakhill, N. Y.
Brother of W. R. Goss (class of 1880). Left college during Senior
year, February, 1877. Lawyer. Died April 25, 1898, Spooner, Wis.

*EDWIN LUTHER GRISWOLD. Born February 11, 1855, Elyria,
Ohio. Son of No. 313. Left college at the end of Freshman year.
Salesman and bookkeeper. Died September 26, 1881, Washington, D. C.

"HERBERT HIRAM HAYDEN. Born February 22, 1850, Taunton,
Mass. Left college during Sophomore year, April, 1875. Carriage-
maker. Died 1907.

JOHN BASCOME HIBBEN. M.D., New York University, 1878.
A. K. E. Born 1855, Lowell, Ind.

Left college during Sophomore year, 1875. Assistant physician in Flat-
bush Insane Asylum, 1877-78. Medical director of the Freedmen's Relief
Association, Topeka, Kans., 1879-81. Practising medicine.

Address : unknown.

"GILBERT HARVEY JESSUP. <. N. 0. Born November 3, 1848,
Westhampton, N. Y. Left college at the end of Freshman year. Banker
and real estate agent. Died August, 1904.

688



NON-GRADUATES. [1877

*FRANK WELLINGTON JOHNSON. Born September 30, 1850,
Sanbornton, N. H. Left college during Freshman year, January, 1874.
Methodist Episcopal minister. Died 1906.

HOWARD NEWTON KNIGHT. *. T. Born December 3, 1854,
Providence, R. I.

Left college at the end of Freshman year, July, 1874. In business in
Providence, R. I., 1874-76; Milwaukee, Wis., 1876-77. Traveling sales-
man, 1878-79. New England manager for New York milling companies,
1880-97. Vice-president and secretary, Livermore & Knight Company,
Providence, R. I., 1898 .

Address : 63 Albert Ave., Edgewood, R. I.

EDWARD SAMUEL LEWIS. B.A., Boston University, 1877;
M.A., Boston University, 1881 ; D.D., Little Rock University, 1886.
^. T. $. B. K. Born August 24, 1855, Natick, Mass.

Left college during Sophomore year, December, 1874. Taught, 1877-
84. College president, 1884-90. Methodist Episcopal minister, Ohio
Conference, 1890-1908. Associate editor, Sunday-school publications,

1908 . Author : The Intermediate Worker and Work; The Senior

Worker and Work.

Address: 420 Plum St., Cincinnati, Ohio.

*WILLIAM McCAULEY. Born August 5, 1856, Stony Point, N. Y.

Left college during Freshman year, May, 1874. Engaged in teaching,
1875-78. Practised law in Haverstraw, N. Y., 1882-1909. Corporation
counsel for Haverstraw several years. District attorney of Rockland
County, N. Y., 1891-94. County judge and surrogate of the county,
1909-17. Died January, 1917.

*CYRUS PAINTER MARSH. A. K. E. Born October 19, 1851,
Sewickley, Pa. Drowned October 8, 1876, in the Connecticut River,
Middletown, during his Senior year.

*WILLIAM JAMES SHEPARD. *. T. Born August 23, 1854,
Boston, Mass.

Left college during Junior year, February, 1876. Clerk of a committee
of the New York Senate, 1878. City chamberlain, Watertown, N. Y.,
1879-84. Engaged in publishing, 1884-87; in manufacturing, 1887-92;
in the insurance business, 1892-1919. Police commissioner of Watertown,
N. Y., four years. Secretary-treasurer, Watertown Savings, Loan, and
Building Association, 1892-1917. Died January i, 1920, Watertown,



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