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N. Y.

SAMUEL WISE SMITH. B.D., Drew Theological Seminary, 1880.
Born February 7, 1855, Baltimore, Md.

Left college during Junior year, December, 1875. Methodist Episcopal
minister, Philadelphia Conference, 1880 .

Address : 3507 Hamilton St., Philadelphia, Pa.

"JOSEPH MILLER THOMAS. Born February 4, 1855, Pottsville,
Pa. Left college at the end of Freshman year. Printer and bookbinder.
Died January 5, 1903, Providence, R. I.

689



1877-78] NON-GRADUATES.

JOHN RICHARD VAN BENSCHOTEN. B.A, College of New
Jersey (now Princeton University), 1878. &. T. Born October 7, 1856,
Madison, Wis.

Left college at the end of Freshman year. Resided in California and
the West, 1878-80.

Address : unknown.

ALEXANDER MARTIN WILCOX. B.A., Yale College, 1877;
Ph.D., Yale, 1880. A. K. E. Born June 19, 1849, Baltimore, Md.

Left college at the end of Sophomore year. Tutor in Greek, Wesleyan
University, 1880-83. Studied in the American School of Classical
Studies, Athens, 1883-84. Fellow by courtesy, Johns Hopkins Univer-
sity, 1884-85. Professor of Greek, University of Kansas, 1885 .

Address: 1605 Vermont St., Lawrence, Kans.

DU RENNE STEARNS WILCOX.

Left college during the third term of Sophomore year. Taught in
High School, Middletown, Conn., and in Chamberlain Institute, Randolph,
N. Y. Manufacturer in Randolph, N. Y., 1881.

Address : unknown.

ELIZABETH HINCKLEY DELEVAN.

Pursued a special course during a part of the fall term, 1874.
Graduated from the School of Theology, Boston University, 1880.
Address : unknown.



CLASS OF 1878.



HEMAN BANGS ANDREW. M.D., New York University, 1878.
Born August I, 1853, Navesink, N. J. Brother of No. 1112.

Left college during Freshman year. Practised medicine in Morristown
and Newark, N. J.

Address: 176 Summer St., Newark, N. J.

CHRISTIAN DOLLNER BERNSEE. X. *. Born August 22,
1858, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Left college during Senior year, November, 1877. Engaged in the
manufacture of clocks, New York, N. Y.

Address : unknown.

JOHN NICHOLL BROWN. A. A. *. Born September 29, 1856,
Bridgeton, N. J.

Left college, June, 1878. Taught in Pennington Seminary, N. J.,
1878-82. Organist of the First Presbyterian Church, Trenton, N. J.,
1882-92; Hyde Park Presbyterian Church, Chicago, 111., 1892-99;

St. John's Protestant Episcopal Church, Ogdensburg, N. Y., 1899 .

Author of several works for the organ. Writer and lecturer on
Mycology.

Address: 74 Caroline St., Odgensburg, N. Y.

690



NON-GRADUATES. [1878

CHARLES DAVENPORT CLARKE. *. T.

Left college during Senior year. Editor of The Bath Independent,
1879-91. Retired.
Address: Bath, Me.

*JOHN WESLEY COUCHMAN. A. K. E. Born August 25, 1853,
Margaretville, N. Y. Left college at the end of Freshman year.
Teacher. Deceased; date of death unknown.

'WILLIAM EDWARD CUMMINGS. $. N. 6. Born March 3,
1858, Brownsville, Tex. Left college during Sophomore year, March,
1876. Lawyer. Died 1883.

*SAMUEL LAPHAM DOLLNER. X. *. Born October 25, 1856,
Brooklyn, N. Y. Left college at the end of Sophomore year. In
business. Died January i, 1907, Asheville, N. C.

LEWIS HARVEY EDDY. Born in Fenner, N. Y.

Left college .during Freshman year, February, 1875. Taught in
Madison Village, N. Y., 1877-78. Practised law in Brookfield, N. Y.,
1878-81.

Address : unknown.

DANIEL HEATON. A. K. E. Born November 24, 1852, Linthwaite,
England.

Left college during Senior year, February, 1878. Wesleyan minister,
England, 1878 .

Address: Shoreham, Sussex, England.

*EDGAR MARTINGALE HERMANCE. M.D., Columbia Univer-
sity, 1878. A. K. E. Born January 19, 1854, New York, N. Y.

Left college during Junior year. Practised medicine in Yonkers,
N. Y., 1*878-1913. Commissioner of public safety, Yonkers, N. Y. Died
December 21, 1913.

*CHARLES OZIAS JUDD. *. T. Born November 9, 1858, Flush-
ing, N. Y. Son of No. 315; brother of Nos. 1329 and 1392. Died July
9, 1877, Middletown, Conn., during his Junior year.

ELI LEARNER LATHAM. Born May 19, 1844, Northfield, Vt.

Left college, having pursued a special course, June, 1875. Served in
the U. S. Army, 1862-63. Methodist Episcopal minister, New England
Southern Conference, 1872-79. Engaged in missionary work. In charge
of Rescue Home for Boys, Matanzas, Cuba, 1901.

Address : unknown.

*FRANK FURMAN LATHROP. Born February 5, 1856, Dubuque,
Iowa.

Left college during Freshman year, April, 1875. Engaged in manu-
facturing, Ilion, N. Y., 1875-86. Treasurer, Standard Furniture Com-
pany, Herkimer, N. Y., 1886-1917. Died November 24, 1917, Herkimer,
N. Y.

HERBERT WHITNEY MECORNEY. Born May i, 1856, Milford,
Mass.

Left college during Freshman year, 1875. In the shoe business, and
studying medicine in Cincinnati, Ohio, 1875-81.

Address : unknown.

691



1878] NON-GRADUATES.

FREDERIC OBED NICKERSON. Ph.B., Boston University,
1877. ^. T. Born July 16, 1854, South Harwich, Mass. Brother of
H. G. Nickerson (class of 1878).

Left college during Freshman year, December, 1874. Assistant princi-
pal, Culpepper Female Institute, Va., 1877-78. Principal of High School,
Scituate, Mass., 1878-80. In business, 1880 .

Address : 147 Clifton St., Maiden, Mass.

"HERBERT GOODRIDGE NICKERSON. Ph.B., Boston Univer-
sity, 1877. ty. T. Born April 17, 1856, South Harwich, Mass. Brother
of F. O. Nickerson (class of 1878). Left college during Freshman year,
December, 1874. School principal. Died April 19, 1882, South Harwich,
Mass.

GEORGE WASHINGTON NORTH. M.A., Lafayette College,
1885. Born September 12, 1850, Philadelphia, Pa.

Left college during Freshman year. Methodist Episcopal minister,
Philadelphia Conference, 1876 . Supernumerary.

Address: 6047 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.

GEORGE HENRY PERKINS. A. K. E. Born April 19, 1851,
Topsfield, Mass.

Left college during Junior year, December, 1876. Methodist Episcopal
minister, New England Conference, 1878-1907. Superannuated, 1907.

Address : 12 Atlantic Ave., Beverly, Mass.

FRANK THEODORE POMEROY. A. A. $. Born October 3,
1852, Rockbottom, Mass.

Left college during Freshman year, December, 1874. Methodist
Episcopal minister, New England Conference, 1875

Address: Milford, Mass.

HENRY WADDELL RODGER. Born April 10, 1849, Hammond,
N. Y.

Left college at the end of Freshman year. Principal of High School,
Rossie, N. Y., 1876. Engaged in farming, dealing in hay and horses,
later in mining in Colorado.

Address : unknown.

*WILLIS ADAMS RUSSELL. $. N. 0. Born June 12, 1853, Paris,
Me. Brother of Nos. 1023, 1159, 1367, 1399, and 1765. Left college
during Junior year. Physician. Died July 19, 1897, Pittsfield, Mass.

*WILLIAM ARTHUR SAXE. Born May 3, 1857, Troy, N. Y.
Brother of Nos. 1400 and 1401.

Left college during Freshman year. Dealer in lumber, Troy, N. Y.
Secretary-treasurer, Knickerbocker Building Steel Company, Baltimore,
Md. Died November 27, 1917, Baltimore, Md.

FRANK EDWARD STEBBINS. B.A, Amherst College, 1880.
A. A. $.

Left college during Freshman year. Practising patent law.
Address: 512 F St., N. W., Washington, D. C.

"CORNELL MARTIN WALSWORTH. A. A. <l>. Born April,
1857, Dobbs Ferry, N. Y.

Left college during Junior year. Taught in Collinwood, Ohio, 1879-81.
Died 1911, in Idaho.

692



NON-GRADUATES. [1879



CLASS OF J879,

ALFRED COOKMAN ATKINS. *. T. Born October 15, 1855,
Lebanon, Pa. Left college during Sophomore year, March, 1877. Hotel
proprietor, Asbury Park, N. J., St. Augustine and Enterprise, Fla., and
New York, N. Y., 1877 .

Address: Langhorne, Pa.

*CALVIN MARTIN BROWN. Born June 10, 1851, Chelsea, Vt
Left college during Freshman year, December, 1875. Teacher. Died
February 2, 1902, West Corinth, Vt.

ISAAC NUNEZ CARDOZO. Born in South Carolina.
Left college during Sophomore year. Went to California. Engaged
in teaching in Cincinnati, Ohio, 1880-81.
Address : unknown.

*JAMES CURTISS CARNAHAN. B.A., Hobart College, 1891;
M.A., Hobart, 1894. ^. T. Born April 8, 1858, Ravenna, Ohio.
Brother of No. 1349.

Left college during Junior year, January, 1878. In business, Pittsford,
N. Y., 1878-90. Instructor in Greek, Hobart College, 1892-93. Instruc-
tor in Hebrew, DeLancy Divinity School, 1893-94. Rector of Protestant
Episcopal Church, Arlington, Vt., 1894-97. Priest in charge, Sherburne,
Vt, 1897-1918. Died October 27, 1918, Sherburne, Vt

*JAMES MARSHALL COLLINS. Born March 18, 1858, Carlisle,
Pa. Son of No. 47. Left college during Junior year. Died September
20, 1878, Memphis, Tenn.

*BAYARD TAYLOR EDDY. A. A. *. Born February 23, 1853,
Theresa, N. Y. Brother of No. 1078. Left college during Sophomore
year. Teacher. Died April 13, 1880, Gouverneur, N. Y.

EDWIN EVERETT HAMILTON. A. K. E. Born February 27,
1860, Philadelphia, Pa. Brother of Nos. 918 and 1215.

Left college during Junior year, March, 1878. Engaged in the
manufacture of paper, Philadelphia, Pa., 1879-1903. Retired, 1903.

Address : 51 Allen Lane, Mount Airy, Philadelphia, Pa.

'AUGUSTUS PHILIP HANN. A. A. *. Bom February 15, 1856,
Belvidere, N. J. Left college during Sophomore year, September, 1876.
Bank cashier. Died December n, 1887, Washington, N. J.

*FRED MERRITT HULBURD. <i>. N. 6. Born September 12,
!853, Johnson, Vt Left college during Sophomore year, 1877. Died
February n, 1879, Waterville, Vt

EDWARD MANNING INGALLS. Born April 19, 1857, Lynn,
Mass.

Left college during Freshman year, November, 1875. Taught in
Poland, Me., 1876-77. Bookkeeper for eighteen years. Engaged in
farming for six years. Florist for two years. Clerk for the General
Electric Company, Lynn, Mass., 1902 .

Address: 20 Salem St., Lynn, Mass.

693



1879] NON-GRADUATES.

*GEORGE COOKE KING. A. K. E. Born June 24, 1853, Wor-
cester, Mass. _ Left college during Junior year, April, 1878. Methodist
Episcopal minister. Died July 6, 1888, East Weymouth, Mass.

WILLIAM HENRY LAMB. Born December 24, 1845, Juliustown,
N. J.

Left college during Sophomore year, October, 1876. Taught in Mount
Holly and Juliustown, N. J., 1877-90.

Address : Juliustown, N. J.

EDWARD C. NEWCOMB. A. A. $. Born 1857, Wallsville, Pa.

Left college at the end of Junior year, June, 1878. Practised law in
Scranton, Pa., 1881-1902. Judge of the 45th Judicial District of
Pennsylvania, 1902 .

Address : 302 Harrison Ave., Scranton, Pa.

"HOWARD MUDGE NEWHALL. A. A. <l>. Born May 7, 1854,
Lynn, Mass. Brother of No. 808. Left college during Junior year,
December, 1877. In business. Died December 25, 1908, Lynn, Mass.

*EDWARD SHERMAN POMEROY. *. T. Born November 27,
1859, Brooklyn, N. Y. Son of No. 381. Left college during Sophomore
year, February, 1877. Died August 18, 1877, Brooklyn, N. Y.

*CHARLES ARCHIBALD RANSOM. Born June 22, 1857, Jersey
City, N. J. Brother of No. 962.

Left college during Freshman year, April, 1876. Admitted to the bar,
1881. Engaged in journalism, 1882-1913. Executive clerk, New Jersey,
1908-13. Died February 15, 1913, East Orange, N. J.

EDMUND FRENCH SAWYER. X. *. Born September 9, 1858,
Concord, N. H.

Left college at the end of Sophomore year. Engaged in teaching,
1878. Private secretary, American Institute of Instruction, Boston,
Mass., 1879-80. Director of music in the public schools of Bradford,
Pa.,' 1881. On the staff of The Bradford (Pa.) Evening Star, 1881-89.
Engaged in teaching music. Musical critic and composer.

Address : unknown.

*CHARLES ANTHONY SHEFFIELD. *. T. Born April 19,
1855, East Haddam, Conn.

Left college at the end of Sophomore year. Taught in Fair Haven,
Mass., 1878; Vineyard Haven, Mass., 1879; Cottage City, Mass., 1880.
Bookkeeper. Died August 2, 1919, Minneapolis, Minn.

*LYMAN ASHVILLE THOMAS. A. K. E. Born May 18, 1854,
North Dighton, Mass. Left college at the end of Freshman year, June,
1876. Teacher. Died May 26, 1890.

DAVID MERRITT VAIL. A. K. E. Born February 15, 1859,
Yorktown, N. Y.

Left college at the end of Junior year, June, 1878. In business in
Ossining and Peekskill, N. Y., 1879 .

Address : 1050 Main St., Peekskill, N. Y.

694



NON-GRADUATES. [1879-80

EDWARD HERBERT WALTER. Born October i, 1857, St.
Johnsbury, Vt. Brother of No. 1133.

Left college during Freshman year, February, 1876. Machinist and
toolmaker, 1878 .

Address : Lakewood, R. I.

^FREDERIC CHESTER WILLIAMS. Born April 4, 1858, New
Britain, Conn. Left college during Sophomore year, 1877. School prin-
cipal. Died February 25, 1892, Las Vegas, N. Mex.



*ANTHONY WOLFORD. Born February 27, 1848, Middleburg,
N. Y. Entered in 1873, and left college during Senior year. Methodist
Episcopal minister. Died May 20, 1907, Raceville, N. Y.



MELA ISABEL BARROWS (BENNETT). Born September 30, 1858,
Dorchester, Mass.

Left college during first year, special course, 1877. Became a mis-
sionary of the Baptist church.

Married September 30, 1879, Rev. Albert Arnold Bennett, who died
October, 1909.

Address : Mrs. Mela I. Bennett, 12 Dawson St., Providence, R. I.



CLASS OF 1880.



*CHARLES WILLIAM AVERY. Born July 4, 1859, Middletown,
Conn. Left college during Freshman year. Died January 26, 1879,
Middletown, Conn.

JOSEPH AYRAULT BAILEY. Born March 17, 1855, Essex, Conn.
Left college during Sophomore year, special course. Baptist minister.
Address : unknown.

WILBUR FISK BERRY. D.D., Grant University, 1906, and Wes-
leyan, 1907. <. N. 0. Born November 24, 1851, Camden, Me.

Left college during Junior year. Methodist Episcopal minister, Maine
Conference, 1881-99. Secretary, Christian Civic League of Maine, 1899-
1902, 1909-19. President, Maine Wesleyan Seminary, Kents Hill, Me.,
1902-09. Delegate to General Conference, M. E. Church, 1892, '96, 1904.

Address : R. F. D. 39, Waterville, Me.

CHARLES OLIN BRAMHALL. A. A. $.
Address : Springville, Pa.

FREDERICK PIERCE BURR. Born November 2, 1859, Middle-
town, Conn.

Left college during Freshman year, April, 1877. Dealer in flour, feed,
grain, etc., Middletown, Conn., 1879 .

Address: Middletown, Conn.

695



1880] NON-GRADUATES.

*EDWARD THOMAS BURROWES. A. K. E. Bern July 25,
1852, Sherbrooke, Que., Canada.

Left college during Freshman year, November, 1876. Manufacturer
of wire window screens, Portland, Me., 1878-1918. Trustee of Boston
University, 1901-18. Died March 19, 1918, Portland, Me.

"JOSEPH ALBERT COREY. A. K. E. Born February 8, 1853,
Southbridge, Mass.

Left college during Sophomore year, April, 1878. Methodist Episco-
pal minister, Maine Conference, 1879-1907, 1912-15; East Maine Con-
ference, 1907-12. Died November 18, 1915, South Eliot, Me.

*ROBERT LAURENSON DASHIELL. A. K. E. Born July 2,
1858, Baltimore, Md. Left college during Freshman year, May, 1877.
Salesman. Died March 25, 1893.

WILLIAM HENRY DRESSER. B.A., Bates College, 1882.
A. K. E. Born April 25, 1852, Lovell, Me.

Left college during Freshman year, June, 1877. Principal of a graded
school, Stoneham, Me., 1878-79. Taught, 1882-83, 1885-96, 1900-09.
General agent for subscription books, 1883-85. Engaged in business,
1896-98. Superintendent of schools, 1898-1900, 1909 .

Address : Yarmouthville, Me.

WILLIAM ROBERT GOSS. Born January 28, 1856, Coeyman's
Hollow, N. Y. Brother of Webster Goss (class of 1877).

Left college during Freshman year. Methodist Episcopal minister,
New York Conference, for a time. Public lecturer.

Address : unknown.

FRED HENRY GREELY. A. K. E. Born July 5, 1856, Galena,
Hill, Cal.

Left college during Sophomore year. Flour manufacturer in Marys-
ville, Cal., 1879-81. Mayor of Marysville. State senator. U. S. regis-
trar of land, 1903. Practising law.

Address: Marysville, Cal.

ERNEST PIERCE HERRICK. $. N. 0. Born November 17, 1858,
Salem, Mass. Son of A. F. Herrick (class of 1853) ; brother of No.
1084.

Left college at the end of Sophomore year. Employed in a factory,
Spencer, Mass., 1878-80. Studied in School of Theology, Boston Uni-
versity, 1880-83. Methodist Episcopal minister, New England Confer-
ence, 1883 .

Address: Roslindale, Mass.

WILLIAM BURR HILL. B.A., Yale College, 1881 ; LL.B, Yale,
1883. . N. 6. Born November 17, 1857, Stratford, Conn. Son of
No. 484.

Left college during Sophomore year, February, 1878. Instructor in
Gymnastics, Yale College, 1881-83. Practising law, New York and
Brooklyn, N. Y., 1884 .

Address : 160 Broadway, New York, N. Y.

*HENRY [JOHN] DIXON JONES. B.A., Delaware College, 1879,
and Harvard University, 1881 ; M.A., Delaware College. A. A. $.
Born March 19, 1855, Madison, Wis. Left college at the end of Sopho-
more year, 1878. College instructor; rector, Protestant Episcopal
Church. Died 1906.

696



NON-GRADUATES. [1880

GEORGE ALFRED KERR. Born July 20, 1854, Great Harrington,
Mass.

Entered college with the class of 1879; left during Senior year.
Entered the Junior year with the class of 1880, and left in the spring
term of Senior year. Graduated from Drew Theological Seminary,
1882. Methodist Episcopal minister, Troy Conference, 1882 .

Address: R. F. D. 3, Troy, N. Y.

*WILLIAM FREDERIC LAWFORD. B.A., Boston University,
1882; S.T.B., Boston University, 1885. Born February 12, 1852, Fred-
ericton, N. B., Canada.

Left college during Freshman year, November, 1876. Taught in
Marshfield, Mass., 1877-78. Methodist Episcopal minister, New Eng-
land Conference, 1885-1909. Superannuated, 1909. Died November 13,
1912, Asbury Grove, Mass.

*EDWIN BAILEY OLMSTEAD. D.D., Central Tennessee College,
1897. A. A. <E>. Born December 23, 1857, Danby, N. Y.

Left college during Sophomore year, March, 1878. Studied law,
Wilkes-Barre, Pa., 1878-80. Principal of a graded school, Milford, N. Y.,
1881-82. Methodist Episcopal minister, Wyoming Conference, 1882-
99; Genesee Conference, 1899-1904; Holston Conference, 1904-09; St.
Louis Conference, 1909-16. Died 1916.

"CHARLES MINOTT PALMER. A. K. E. Born May 10, 1859,
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Left college during Sophomore year, April, 1878.
Law student. Died June 21, 1885, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.

MILTON PERCIVAL. Born June 29, 1858, Yarmouth Port, Mass.

Left college during Freshman year, 1877. Taught in Wakefield and
East Greenwich, R. I., 1876-81. Studied in the Bryant & Stratton Com-
mercial College, Providence, R. I., 1880. In business in Philadelphia,
Pa.

Address : 212 S. 3rd St., Philadelphia, Pa.

"ELIAS MILL ROBINS. Born June 17, 1858, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
Left college during Sophomore year. Died July 31, 1878, Wilkes-Barre,
Pa.

"WILLIAM MILNES STETSON. X. *. Born December 14, 1859,
Philadelphia, Pa. Left college at the end of Freshman year, June, 1877.
Salesman. Died October 12, 1889, Philadelphia, Pa.

"SAMUEL WILBUR STILWELL. X. *. Born October i, 1857,
Marlboro, N. Y. Left college at the end of Freshman year, July, 1877.
Farmer. Died July 7, 1901, Bridgeport, Conn.

RICHARD JOSEPH THOMPSON. M.D., University of Pennsyl-
vania, 1882. X. ^. Born May 8, 1857, New Britain, Conn.

f Left college at the end of Junior year, June, 1879. Practising medi-
cine in Fall River, Mass., 1882 . Gynecologist, Fall River Union

Hospital.

Address: 531 High St., Fall River, Mass.

OLIN SCOTT WALTON. *. T.

Left college during Sophomore year. Methodist Episcopal minister,
Wilmington Conference. Superannuated.
Address : Red Lion, Del.

697



1880-81] NON-GRADUATES.

ROYAL ALFRED WHITNEY. M.D, Long Island College, 1884.
Born September n, 1855, Macomb, N. Y. Brother of No. 1134.

Left college at the end of Freshman year. Principal of a graded
school, Keeneville, N. Y., 1878-79. Practising medicine, Liverpool,
N. Y., 1884 .

Address: Liverpool, N. Y.

ALBERT J. WRIGHT. M.A. (Hon.), 1912. *. T.

Left college during Junior year. In the banking business, Buffalo,

Address : Erie County Bank Building, Buffalo, N. Y.



CLASS OF J88K

*GEORGE FRANKLIN ARCHER. A. K. E. Born March i, 1858,
Camden, N. J.

Left college early in Junior year. In business in Camden, N. J., 1879-
1914. Died November 30, 1914, Camden, N. J.

FRANCIS MARION BAKER. A. K. E. Born January 12, 1860,
Baltimore, Md.

Left college during Freshman year, January, 1878. In business in
Baltimore, Md., 1878 .

Address: 100 N. Eutaw St., Baltimore, Md.

*SAMUEL FORD BLAIR. A. A. 4>. Born November 16, 1857,
Richmond, Me. Left college during Sophomore year. Died January
31, 1881, at sea.

*ARTHUR BENJAMIN CALEF. *. T. Bom February 20, 1859,

Middletown, Conn. Son of No. 412; brother of No. 1142.

Left college at the end of Freshman year. Practised law in Middle-
town, Conn., 1878-1909. Associate judge, City Court. City attorney.
Attorney for the town of Middletown. Postmaster, Middletown, 1909-
13. Died April 27, 1913, Middletown, Conn.

*ALONZO HOWARD CLARK. M.A. (Hon.), 1906. $. N. 0.
Born April 13, 1850, Boston, Mass.

Left college at the end of Sophomore year. Assistant, U. S. Fish
Commission, 1879-80. Special agent, Tenth Census of the United States.
Assistant curator, U. S. National Museum, 1884-89. Editor of publica-
tions, National Museum, 1883-94. Editor of publications, Smithsonian
Institution, and curator of Division of Histo'ry, National Museum, 1894-
1918. Assistant commissioner to International Fisheries Exposition,
London, England, 1883. Expert commissioner to Paris Exposition, 1889.
Member, International Jury of Awards, Paris Exposition, 1889. Dele-
gate to International Geographic Congress, Paris, 1889. Died December
31, 1918, Washington, D. C.

CHARLES VAN LOON GABRIEL B.A., Princeton University,
1882; LL.B., Columbia University, 1884. A. A. $. Born 1863.

Left college at the end of Sophomore year. Practising law in New
York, N. Y, 1884 .

Address: 320 Broadway, New York, N. Y.

698



NON-GRADUATES. [1881

*PERCIVAL OWEN BEVERLY CAUSE. M.D., Hahnemann
Medical College, Philadelphia, Pa., 1881. A. K. E. Born November n,
1860, Trenton, N. J. Left college during Freshman year, February,
1878. Physician. Died November 10, 1887, Aiken, S. C.

CHARLES MARSHALL HALL. S.T.D., Harriman University,
1902. A. K. E. Born January 28, 1855, Barre, Mass.

Left college at the end of Freshman year. Graduated from School
of Theology, Boston University, 1882. Methodist Episcopal minister,
New England Conference, 1882-1900; Holston Conference, 1900-04;
Genesee Conference, 1904-12; East Maine Conference, 1912-14; New
Hampshire Conference, 1914-16; Genesee Conference, 1916-17. Retired,
1917.

Address : South Paris, Me.

*WILBUR HARPER OAKLEY. A. K. E. Born May 27, 1860,
Hudson, N. Y. Left college at the end of Sophomore year. Died
December 29, 1879, Milton, N. Y.

ROBERT FULTON RAYMOND. LL.B., Harvard University,
1894; M.A. (Hon.), Wesleyan, 1906. ^. T. Born June 15, 1858, High
Ridge, Conn.

Left college at the end of Freshman year. Principal of High School,
Marion, Mass., 1878-80. Practised law, New Bedford, Mass., 1883-1907.
Justice of the Superior Court of Massachusetts, 1907 .

Address: 71 Montvale Road, Newton Centre, Mass.

*GEORGE HENRY RICHMOND. X. *. Born August 18, 1856,
Northfield, Vt.

Left college during Freshman year, October, 1877. Engaged in print-
ing and publishing, Northfield, Vt., 1877-84; Brooklyn, N. Y., 1884-93;
Northfield, 1893-1915. Postmaster, Northfield, Vt, 1898-1914. Died
December 27, 1915, Northfield, Vt.

CHARLES MARINUS ROE. A. A. $. Born May 29, 1857, South
Butler, N. Y. Brother of No. 937, and of G. M. Roe (class of 1874).

Left college during Freshman year. Entered the class of 1883, and
left at the end of Sophomore year. In business.

Address : unknown.

ANDREW MACE ROLLINS. X. SK Born February, 1850, Jay,
Me. Brother of No. 1575.

Left college at the end of Freshman year. In business in Boston,
Mass., 1878-81; Campello, Mass., 1882-92; Round Lake, N. Y., 1892.

Address: Kennebunkport, Me.

WANTON HOWLAND SHERMAN. A. K. E. Born July 31, 1860,
South Dartmouth, Mass.

Left college during Junior year, March, 1880. In business in New
York, N. Y., 1880 .

Address: 80 Ingersoll Grove, Springfield, Mass.

GEORGE HENRY STEPHENS. B.A., Rutgers College, 1881 ;
M.A., Rutgers, 1884. Born September 27, 1857, Plainfield, N. J.

Left college at the beginning of Sophomore year, September, 1878.
Presbyterian minister, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, 1885 .

Address : unknown.

699



1881-82] NON-GRADUATES.

JOHN FRANK THOMPSON. *. T. Born July 12, 1860, Elling-
ton, N. Y.

Left college during Freshman year, November, 1877. Assistant cash-
ier, Bradford National Bank, Pa., 1879-80. Cashier, State Bank of
Bolivar, N. Y., 1882-84. Assistant cashier and cashier, Seaboard
National Bank, New York, N. Y., 1884-1903. Vice-president, Bankers
Trust Company, New York, N. Y., 1903-10. Retired, 1910. Spends
part of the year on his plantation in Jamaica, British West Indies.

Address: Hotel Somerset, 150 W. 47th St., New York, N. Y.

S. HARRIS WARNER. LL.B., Columbia University, 1881. Born



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