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CLARENCE GEORGE HALL. C. C. Born February 21, 1894,
Gouverneur, N. Y.

Left college at the end of Freshman year. Studied in Illinois Wesleyan
University. Served in France with I24th Infantry, U. S. Army.
General secretary, Railroad Branch, Y. M. C. A.

Address : Watertown, N. Y.

LAWRENCE BENJAMIN HILLQUIT. Born August 6, 1896, New
York, N. Y.

Left college at the end of Freshman year.
Address: 214 Riverside Drive, New York, N. Y.

842



NON-GRADUATES. [1921

GEORGE HENRY HOAGLAND. Born October 23, 1899, Green-
castle, Ind.

Left college at the end of Sophomore year.
Address: Mitchell, S. Dak.

HOWARD ELLIS HOOPER. Born December 17, 1899, Raymond,
Me.

Left college at the end of Sophomore year.
Address : Gorham, Me.

LAWRENCE WIBERT HOYT. B. 0. II. Born March 8, '1899,
East Norwalk, Conn.

Left college at the end of Freshman year.
Address : Danbury, Conn.

RAYMOND COE HUGHSON. Born February 13, 1900, Nelson-
ville, N. Y.

Left college at the end of Junior year.
Address : 57 Elm St., Oneonta, N. Y.

DANIEL WEBSTER JUSTICE. C. C. Born August 7, 1893,
Brooklandville, Md. ,

Left college at the end of Freshman year. Studying in Johns Hopkins
University, 1919 .

Address : 1226 Belmont Ave., Baltimore, Md.

WILLIAM FRANCIS KIMBER, JR. A. A. 4. Born March 15,

1899, Newark, N. J.
Left college at the end of Junior year.
Address: 132 Heller Parkway, Newark, N. J.

' ERNEST SPEAKMAN MACKENZIE. Born June 18, 1898, Wald-
wick, N. J.

Left college at the end of Freshman year.
Address : Westwood, N. J.

RAYMOND EMIL MERTZ. A. A. 4\ Born December 3, 1898,
Newark, N. J.

Left college at the end of Freshman year.
Address : 353 Washington Ave., Belleville, N. J,

HOMER LEROY NELMS. A. T. A. Born September 2, 1893,
Downington, Pa.

Left college at the end of Sophomore year.
Address : Thorndale, Pa.

ISAAC ROUSE NIES. B.A., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1921.
B. 0. II. Born March 13, 1899, Fort Worth, Texas.

Left college at the end of Sophomore year. Studied in Ohio Wesleyan
University, 1919-21.

Address : 56 Putnam St., Somerville, Mass.

WARD BEECHER PEARSON. C. C. Born July 16, 1893. Jersey
Shore, Pa.

Left college at the end of Freshman year.
Address : R. F. D. 4, Jersey Shore, Pa.

843



19211 NON-GRADUATES.

*RICHARD TOWERS PEASE. A. K. E. Born August 6, 1899,
Holderness, N. H.

Left college at the end of Freshman year. Died October, 1918.

LOUIS VINCENT PETRILLO. Born May 28, 1897, New York,
N. Y.

Left college at the end of Sophomore year.
Address : 4 Allen Ave., Meriden, Conn.

ROBERT AMOS PLASTRIDGE. A. T. Born May 14, 1897, New
York*, N. Y.

Left college at the end of Freshman year.
Address: Northfield, Vt.

STANLEY ANTHONY PLOCHARCZYK, JR. Born January 18,
1901, New Britain, Conn.
Left college at the end of Freshman year.
Address : 285 High St., New Britain, Conn.

PAUL WESLEY POLEY. C. C. Born November 9, 1895, Spring
City, Pa.

Left college at the end of Junior year.
Address: 4653 N^nth St., Philadelphia, Pa.

EDWARD RAWSON ROBBINS. *. T. Born July 11, 1899,
Detroit, Mich. Son of No. 1253 ; grandson of No. 323 ; brother of No.
2884.

Left college at the end of Freshman year.

Address : 1212 Kresge Building, Detroit, Mich.

CUYLER KING SANBORN, JR. *. T. Born June 29, 1898,
Brooklyn, N. Y.

Left college at the end of Freshman year. Salesman, 1919 .

Address : 149 Broadway, New York, N. Y.

JOSEPH WILLIS SANO. B. 6. II. Born September 6, 1898, Hart-
ford, Conn.

Left college at the end of Sophomore year.
Address : 21 Vanderbilt Road, Hartford, Conn.

GORDON HODGDON SEABURY. Born July 4, 1899, Norwich,
Conn.

Left college at the end of Freshman year.
Address: 39 Boylston St., Boston, Mass.

EDMUND HOWARD SHEAFF, JR. A. T. A. Born April 24, 1899,
Beacon, N. Y.

Left college at the end of Sophomore year. Aeronautical engineer,
New York, N. Y., 1919 .

Address : 1440 Broadway, New York, N. Y.

D[ANIEL] HARTLEY SINCLAIR. X. *. Born July 29, 1899,
Trenton, N. J.

Left college at the end of Freshman year.
Address : 588 Rutherford Ave., Trenton, N. J.

WILLIAM STEELE SMITH. A. X. P. Born November 26, 1899,
Hempstead, N. Y.

844



NON-GRADUATES. [1921

Left college in December of Sophomore year. With Government Loan
Organization, 1919-20; Federal Reserve Bank, New York, N. Y.,
1920 .

Address : 73 Greenwich St., Hempstead, N. Y.

RAZZIE GARRISON STEVENS. Born May 7, 1896, Ardmore,
Okla. Brother of Nos. 3356 and 3612.
Left college at the end of Junior year.
Address : Lexington, Okla.

FRED WILLARD STINE. C. C. Born March 12, 1896, Mt.
Carmel, Pa.

In college, 1917-18 and 1919-20. Served nine months in the Infantry
and. the Medical Corps, U. S. Army, with rank of sergeant, 1918.
Methodist Episcopal minister, 1921 .

Address: 303 S. Maple St., Mt. Carmel, Pa.

ELTON BURDON TAYLOR. <. N. 0. Born July 28, 1899, New
York, N. Y.

Left college at the end of Freshman year.

Address: 1654 Euclid St., N. W, Washington, D. C.

JOSEPH SUGANUMA THOMAS. Born August 29, 1898,
Nagasaki, Japan.

Left college at the end of Sophomore year.
Address: Nagasaki, Japan.

HAROLD ALBERT THOMPSON. A. T. Born August 2, 1896,
Behman, Iowa.

In college, 1917-18 and 1919-20.

Address: 906 State St., Schenectady, N. Y.

MALCOLM GEORGE THOMPSON. A. A. <1>. Born January 22,
1900, New York, N. Y. Son of No. 1624; grandson of No. 785; brother
of C. C. Thompson (class of 1919).

Left college at the end of Junior year. With Marcus Ward, Inc.,
manufacturing stationers, Long Island City, N. Y., 1920 .

Address: 129 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn, N. Y.

[HAROLD] FORBES THRASHER. A. A. $. Born February i,

1898, Chatham, Ont, Canada.

Left college at the end of Junior year. In the bond business, with the
Dominion Securities Company, Canada.
Address: 26 King St., E., Toronto, Ont, Canada.

SAMUEL MONROE VAN SANT, JR. A. X. P. Born June 19,

1899, Seabright, N. J.

Left college at the end of Freshman year.
Address: 16 E. Broad St., Paulsboro, N. J.

RICHARD RAUCH WATSON. A. A. 3>. Born October 10, 1899,
Philadelphia, Pa.

Left college at the end of Junior year.
Address : 18 Adella Ave., Trenton, N. J.

845



1921] NON-GRADUATES.

GUSTAV WILENS. Born December 14, 1897, Hartford, Conn.
Left college at the end of Freshman year.
Address : 1 14 Windsor Ave., Hartford, Conn.

EARL MILTON WILSON. Born January 27, 1899, Trenton, N. J.
Left college at the end of Sophomore year.
Address : 249 Pearl St., Trenton, N. J.

DIEU GIENG WONG. Born September 13, 1898, in China.
Left college early in Senior year.
Address : Amoy, China.

FREDERICK PRICE WOODRUFF, JR. *. T. Born November
28, 1898, Elizabeth, N. J.

Left college at the end of Junior year.
Address: 154 Stiles St., Elizabeth, N. J.

WALTER FRANK ZYSK. Born April 3, 1899, Gardner, Mass.
Left college at the end of Freshman year.
Address : 136 S. Colony St., Meriden, Conn.



846



MASTERS OF ARTS OR OF
SCIENCE.

(Nox GRADUATES OF WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY.)



CHARLES SPAULDING r ALDRICH. M.A., 1896.

(See Record of Members of the Faculty, not Graduates of Wesleyan.)

WILLIAM BANNISTER ALEXANDER. M.S., 1911. B.S.,

University of Maine, 1907. Born December 20, 1886, East Boston, Mass.

Taught in the Manor School, Stamford, Conn., 1907-09; High School,
Middletown, Conn., 1909-10. Principal, High School, Southington,
Conn., 1910-11; Hardwick, Mass., 1911-13; Greenfield, Mass., 1913-15;
Attleboro, Mass., 1915-17; Melrose, Mass., 1917-18. With the Barrett
Company, coal tar products, Boston, Mass, (now sales manager),
1918 .

Address : 35 Wendell St., Boston, Mass. Residence : 148 E. Foster
St., Melrose, Mass.

FRANCIS CHAPIN BRECKENRIDGE. M.S., 1916. Ph.B.,

Brown University, 1915. Born April 8, 1893, Providence, R. I.

Graduate student, Harvard University, 1916-17, 1919 . Executive,

Bureau of Aircraft Production, 1917-19. Commissioned second lieuten-
ant, Signal Officers' Reserve Corps, February, 1919.

Address : 35 Conant Hall, Cambridge, Mass.

LEO GILBERT CUMMINGS. M.A., 1915. B.A., Clark College,

1913. Born August 30, 1891, Lebanon, Conn.

Assistant in Physics, Wesleyan University, 1913-15. Taught in High
School, Stratford, Cgnn., 1915-16; principal, 1917. In the U. S. Army,
1917-19. Taught in Wilby High School, Waterbury, Conn., 1919-20.
With Cheney Bros., silk manufacturers, South Manchester, Conn.,
1920 .

Address : 172 S. Main St., South Manchester, Conn.

TADASHI FUJIMOTO. M.A., 1921. B.S., Bates College, 1919.

Born December 27, 1885, Tokushima Ken, Japan.

Assistant in Physics, Wesleyan University, 1919-21 ; Ohio State Uni-
versity, 1921 .

Address: Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.

FREDERICK WARREN GROVER. M.S., 1901. B.S., Massa-
chusetts Institute of Technology, 1899; Ph.D., George Washington
University, 1907, and University of Munich, 1908. Born September 3,
1876, Lynn, Mass.

Assistant in Physics, Wesleyan University, 1899-1900 ; in Physics and
Astronomy, 1900-01. Instructor in Electrical Engineering, Lafayette
College, 1901-02. Laboratory assistant, Bureau of Standards, Washing-
ton, D. C, 1902-04; assistant physicist, 1904-07, 1908-10; associate

physicist, 1910-11; consulting physicist, 1918 . Professor of Physics,

Colby College, 1911-20. Studied in the University of Munich, 1907-08.

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

847



MASTERS OF ARTS OR OF SCIENCE.

*ALICE BAKER GUY ( TITUS). M.S., 1902.
(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1897.)

EDWIN HUMPHREY HAZEN. M.A., 1912. B.A., Dartmouth

College, 1908; B.D., Hartford Theological Seminary, 1911; M.A.,
Princeton University, 1916. Born September 15, 1882, Middletown,
Conn.

Engaged in teaching, 1912-15, 1917 . Graduate student, 1915-17.

Address : Suffield, Conn.

LUCIA WASHBURN HAZEN (WEBSTER). M.S., 1906. B.A.,

Mount Holyoke College, 1902. Born December 18, 1875, Middletown,
Conn.

Married May 3, 1906, Daniel Cheever Webster.

Address : Mrs. D. C. Webster, Hartland, Vt.

MAYNARD THOMPSON HAZEN. M.A. 1909. B.A., Williams

College, 1908; LL.B., Harvard University, 1912. Born September 21,
1887, Middletown, Conn.

Studied in Harvard Law School, 1909-12. Practised law in Boston,
Mass., 1912-17. Enlisted in U. S. Navy as chief quartermaster (Avia-
tion), April, 1918. Commissioned ensign, October, 1918. Discharged,
December, 1918. Attorney for Security Trust Company, Hartford,
Conn., 1917-18, 1919 .

Address: 1008 Asylum St., Hartford, Conn.

MYRA COFFIN HOLBROOK. M.A., 1899. B.A., Vassar Col-
lege, 1894.

Assistant Professor of English, Simmons College.
Address : Simmons College, Boston, Mass.

RALPH MAYNARD HOLMES. M.A., 1913. B.A., University

of Maine, 1911. Born June n, 1887, Ellsworth, Me.

Instructor in Physics, University of Maine, 1913-15; Assistant Pro-
fessor, 1915-17. Sergeant, first class, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, 1917-
19. Instructor in Physics, Cornell University, 1919 .

Address : Rockefeller Hall, Ithaca, N. Y.

FRANCIS CUMMINS LOCKWOOD. M.A., 1902. B.A., Baker

University, 1892; Ph.D., Northwestern University, 1896. Born May 22,
1864, Mount Erie, 111.

Graduate student, University of Chicago, 1897-98. Professor of
English Literature, Mount Union College, 1898-99; Kansas State
Agricultural College, 1899-1902. On leave of absence, studying in Wes-
leyan University, 1901-02. Professor of English Literature, Allegheny
College, 1902-16; University of Arizona, 1916 . Y. M. C. A. secre-
tary, overseas service, 1918-19. On leave of absence, studying in Oxford
University, England, 1909-10. Author: Emerson as a Philosopher;
Browning's Philosophy of Life.

Address : Tucson, Arizona.

CLINTON BEDFORD OGILVIE. M.S., 1915. B.S., Clark Col-
lege, 1913. Born July 23, 1891, Gardner, Mass.

Research chemist, E. I. DuPont de Nemours & Company, 1915-18;
Calco Chemical Company, 1918 .

Address : 28 Clark Ave., Somerville, N. J.



MASTERS OF ARTS OR OF SCIENCE.

ALLAN WINTER ROWE. M.S., 1904. B.S., Massachusetts

Institute of Technology, 1901 ; Ph.D., University of Gottingen, 1906.
Born July 31, 1879, ^Gloucester, Mass.

Engaged in nutrition investigations, Chemistry Laboratory, Wesleyan
University, 1902-04. Fellow, Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
studying in Germany, 1904-06. Lecturer in Chemistry, School of Medi-
cine, Boston University, 1906-08; Professor, 1908 . Research Asso-
ciate, Evans Memorial Hospital, 1911 . Chemist, Massachusetts

Homoeopathic Hospital, 1917 .

Address: 295 Commonweal ch Ave., Boston, Mass.

ARTHUR WHITMORE SMITH. M.S., 1895. B.S., New

Hampshire College of Agriculture, 1893 ; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins Uni-
versity, 1903. Born May n, 1874, Hartford, Vt.

Physicist, U. S. Department of Agriculture, 1894-99. Assistant in
Physics, Wesleyan University, 1895-96, 1898-99. Graduate student, Johns
Hopkins University, 1899-1900. Instructor in Physics and Electrical
Engineering, Tulane University, 1900-01. Professor of Electricity and
Electrical Engineering, University of Mississippi, 1901-02. Fellow in
Physics, Johns Hopkins University, 1902-03. Instructor in Physics,
University of Michigan, 1903-07; Assistant Professor, 1907-11; Junior
Professor, 1911-15; Associate Professor, 1915 .

Address : Ann Arbor, Mich.

M[IRANDA] BELLE SPERRY. M.S., 1902. Ph.B., University

of Michigan, 1892. Born July 15, 1868, Ann Arbor, Mich.

Assistant Professor of English, and Dean of Women, Cornell College,
Iowa, 1903-05. Head of the Department of English, State Normal
School, Bellingham, Wash., 1905 .

Address: Bellingham, Wash.

ROBERT REED STEVENS. M.S., 1913. B.S., Worcester Poly-
technic Institute, 1911. Born March 7, 1890, East Canaan, Conn.

Assistant superintendent, International Silver Company, 1914 .

Address: 1643 E. Main St., Bridgeport, Conn.

MILDRED ALLEN TYLER. M.A., 1914. B.A., Smith College,

IQI3-
Address : unknown.

RAY CAWLEY YOUNG. M.S., 1917. B.S., Colby College, 1915.

Born April 8, 1895, Lakeport, N. H.

Attended Officers' Training School, Plattsburg, N. Y., May- August,
1917. Commissioned second lieutenant, Infantry, August, 1917. Dis-
charged, December, 1918. Taught in English High School, Providence,
R. I., 1919-20. Chemist, Gorham Manufacturing Company, Providence,
1920 .

Address : 13 Summit Ave., Providence, R. I.



849



HONORARY ALUMNI.



(AND GRADUATES OF OTHER COLLEGES WHO HAVE BEEN ADMITTED TO THE SAME

DEGREE IN WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY.)



[NqTE. The abbreviation M.A.* indicates the degree of Master of
Arts in course, conferred upon one eligible to that distinction from his
own college.]



1833*

*WILLIAM McKENDREE BANGS. M.A.* B.A., Ohio Uni-
versity, 1829. Born 1810, New York, N. Y. Methodist Episcopal min-
ister. Died 1852, New York, N. Y.

*NELSON ROUNDS. M.A.* B.A., Union College, 1829; D.D.,

Dickinson College, 1854. Born 1807, Winfield, N. Y. Methodist Epis-
copal minister and college president. Died 1874, in Washington Ter-
ritory.

*GABRIEL POILLON DISOSWAY. M.A. (ad eundem) B.A.,

Columbia College, 1819; M.A., Columbia, 1823. Born 1798, New York,
N. Y. Died 1868, Staten Island, N. Y.

*JOHN FOSTER. M.A. Methodist Episcopal minister. Deceased;
date of death unknown.



1834

*HARLEHIGH HEATH BUCKLAND. M.A.* B.A., Trinity

College (Conn.), 1831. Born 1809. Died 1847.

*WILLIAM WILLIAMS MATHER. M.A.

(See Record of Members of the Faculty, not Graduates of Wes-
leyan. )

*JOHN SWINBURNE. M.A. Born 1803, Brooklyn, N. Y. School
principal. Died 1887.

*JABEZ BUNTING. D.D. Born 1779, Manchester, England. Min-
ister of the British Wesleyan Methodist Church. Died 1858.

^STEPHEN OLIN. D.D.

(See Record of Members of the Faculty, not Graduates of Wes-
leyan.)

850



HONORARY ALUMNI. [1835-37

1835.

*JOHN JOHNSTON. M.A.*

(See Record of Members of the Faculty, not Graduates of Wes-
leyan. )

*HENRY CHASE. M.A. Born 1790. Methodist Episcopal min-
ister. Died 1853.

* JAMES COVEL. M.A. Born 1796, Marblehead, Mass. Methodist
Episcopal minister. Died 1845, Troy, N. Y.

*NATHAN DABOLL. M.A. Born 1782, Groton, Conn. Editor of
The New England Almanac, 1818-63. Died 1863, Groton, Conn.

*GEORGE PECK. M.A. D.D., Augusta College. Born 1797,

Middlefield, N. Y. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died 1876.

*GUSTAVUS FELLOWES DAVIS. D.D. M.A. (Hon.), Colby

University, 1827, and Yale College, 1833. Born 1796. Baptist minister.
Died September 17, 1836, Hartford, Conn.

*JOHN McLEAN. LL.D. LL.D., Harvard University, 1839.

Born 1785, in Morris County, N. J. U. S. Congressman. Postmaster
General of the United States. Associate Justice of the U. S. Supreme
Court. Died 1861, Cincinnati, Ohio.

J836*

*CHARLES ADAMS. M.A.* B.A., Bowdoin College, 1833;

D.D., McKendree College, 1861. Born January 24, 1808, Stratham,
N. H. Methodist Episcopal minister, later college professor and presi-
dent. Died January 19, 1890, Washington, D. C.

*ALEXANDER MEANS. M.A. M.D., Medical College of

Georgia, 1841; D.D., Emory College, 1854; LL.D., Emory, 1858. Born
1801, Statesville, N. C. College professor and president. Died 1883,
Oxford, Ga.

*MATTHEW RICHEY. M.A. D.D., 1847. Born 1803, Rath-
melton, Ireland. Minister of the Wesleyan Methodist Church of
Canada. Died 1883, Halifax, N. S., Canada.



J837,

*OSMON CLEANDER BAKER. M.A.
(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1834.)

^FREDERICK MERRICK. M.A.

(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1834.)



1838-40] HONORARY ALUMNI.



J838.

"CORNELIUS RYERSS DISOSWAY. M.A.* B.A., Columbia

College, 1820. Born 1801, New York, N. Y. Lawyer. Died 1889,
New York, N. Y.

*HENRY FISH. M.A. Born 1802, near Doncaster, England. Min-
ister of the British Wesleyan Methodist Church. Died 1879, Kettering,
England.

*JESSE TRUESDELL PECK. M.A. D.D., Union College, 1846;

LL.D., Willamette University, 1875. Born 1811, Middlefield, N. Y.
Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Died 1883.

"HENRY BIDLEMAN BASCOM. D.D. LL.D., La Grange Col-
lege, 1845. Born 1796, Hancock, N. Y. Bishop of the Methodist Epis-
copal Church, South. Died 1850, Louisville, Ky.

"JOHN HANNAH. D.D. Born 1792, Lincoln, England.
Minister of the British Wesleyan Methodist Church. Professor
of theology. Died 1867, Didsbury, England.

"IGNATIUS A. FEW. LL.D. Born 1789, Augusta, Ga.
Methodist Episcopal minister, later college president. Died 1845,
Athens, Ga.

J839,

"ORLANDO BLANCH ARD. M.A. Born 1801, Cazenovia, N. Y.
Teacher. Deceased; date of death unknown.

"SAMUEL PARKER. M.A. Clergyman. Deceased; date of death
unknown.

"ROBERT ALDER. D.D. Minister of the British Wesleyan
Methodist Church. Died 1870, Gilbraltar.

J84Q,

"SPENCER MATTISON. M.A.

(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1833.)

"GEORGE WASHINGTON LANE. M.A.
(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1835.)

"WILLIAM PENN LYON. M.A. LL.D., University of Wiscon-
sin, 1872. Born 1822, Chatham, N. Y.

District attorney, Racine County, Wis., 1855-59^ Member and
speaker of Wisconsin Assembly, 1859-60. Judge of First Judicial Cir-
cuit, Wis., 1866-71. Associate justice of Supreme Court, Wis., 1871-92.
Professor of Law, University of Wisconsin, 1871-78. Chief justice,
Superior Court of Wisconsin, 1892-94. Died April 4, 1913, Eden Vale,
Cal.

852



HONORARY ALUMNI. [1840-43

*MINER RAYMOND. M.A. - D.D., 1854. Born 1811, Rensse-
laerville, N. Y. School principal, later professor of theology. Died
1897, Evanston, 111.

*LEVI SCOTT. M.A. Born 1802, near Cantwells Bridge (now
Odessa), Del. Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Died 1882,
Odessa, Del.

*CHARLES ELLIOTT. D.D. - LL.D., Allegheny College, 1858.
Born 1792, Glenconway, Ireland. Methodist Episcopal minister, later
college president. Died 1869, Mount Pleasant, Iowa.



*JOHN NEWMAN. M.A.* - B.A., Union College, 1838; M.A.,
Union; D.D., Wesleyan University, 1861. Born 1813, Amsterdam,
N. Y. College president. Died 1896, Des Moines, Iowa.

*STEPHEN MONTFORT VAIL. M.A.* - B.A., Bowdoin Col-
lege, 1838; B.D., Union Theological Seminary, 1842; D.D., Genesee
College (now Syracuse University), 1856. Born 1818, Union Dale,
N. Y. Methodist Episcopal minister, later professor in theological
school. Died 1880, Jersey City, N. J.

*MATTHEW SIMPSON. D.D. - M.A., Allegheny College;
LL.D., Wesleyan University, 1871. Born 1811, Cadiz, Ohio. Bishop of
the Methodist Episcopal Church. Died 1884, Philadelphia, Pa.



J84Z

*HENRY DEKOVEN. M.A.

(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1836.)

*EDGAR HUXTABLE. M.A. Professor in Bristol College,
England. Deceased; date of death unknown.

*HORACE BUSHNELL. D.D. B.A., Yale College, 1827; M.A.,

Yale; D.D., Harvard University, 1852; LL.D., Yale, 1871. Born

April 14, 1802, New Preston, Conn. Congregational minister. Died
February 17, 1876, Hartford, Conn.

*ROBERT PAINE. D.D. B.A., Nashville University, 1826.

Born November 12, 1799, in Person County, N. C. Bishop of the
Methodist Episcopal Church, South. Died October 20, 1882, Aberdeen,
Miss.

*EGERTON RYERSON. D.D. -LL.D., University of Victoria

College, 1861. Born 1803, Charlotteville, Ont, Canada. Superintendent
of Education, Ontario, Canada. Died 1882, Toronto, Ont, Canada.



1843.

*DANIEL CLAY HOUGHTON. M.A. (ad eundem) B.A.,

University of Vermont, 1840; D.D., New York University, 1857. Born

853



1843-45] HONORARY ALUMNI.

March 12, 1815, Lyndon, Vt. Methodist Episcopal, later Presbyterian,
minister. Died July 8, 1860, Philadelphia, Pa.

*ANSON WATSON CUMMINGS. M.A. D.D., Indiana Asbury

(now De Pauw) University, 1850; LL.D., Rutherford College, N. C.,
1878. Born February 23, 1815, Trenton, N. Y. Methodist Episcopal
minister, later college professor and president. Died December 7, 1894,
Wellsville, N. Y.

THOMAS COGSWELL UPHAM. D.D. B.A., Dartmouth Col-
lege, 1818; B.D., Andover Theological Seminary, 1821; M.A., Dart-
mouth. Born 1799, Deerfield, N. H. College professor. Died 1872,
New York, N. Y.

*LEVI WOODBURY. LL.D. B.A., Dartmouth College, 1809;

M.A., Dartmouth; LL.D., Dartmouth, 1823. Born 1789, Francestown,
N. H. Member of U. S. Senate; Secretary of the Navy; Secretary of
the Treasury; Justice of the U. S. Supreme Court. Died 1851.

1844.

*CHARLES GIBBS DOWNEY. M.A.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 121.)

*JUSTIN SPAULDING. M.A. Born 1802, Moretown, Vt. Metho-
dist Episcopal minister. Died 1865, Moretown, Vt.

*LEONIDAS LENT HAMLINE. D.D. Born 1797, Burlington,
Conn. Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Died 1865, Mount
Pleasant, Iowa.



1845,

*WILLIAM GEORGE HOWARD. M.A.* B.A., Amherst Col-
lege, 1835; D.D., Rochester University, 1854. Born September 6, 1813,
Newburyport, Mass. Baptist minister. Died May 17, 1865, New
Orleans, La.

*JOHN WALLACE ARMSTRONG. M.A. D.D., Genesee Col-
lege (now Syracuse University), 1867. Born 1812, Woolwich, England.
Methodist Episcopal minister, later school principal. Died 1878,
Fredonia, N. Y.

*ISAAC TICHENOR GOODNOW. M.A. Born 1814, Whiting-
ham, Vt. State superintendent of public instruction, Kansas. Died 1894.

^ALEXANDER MACNAB. M.A. Born 1812, Belleville, Ont,
Canada. President of Victoria College, Canada ; Chief Superintendent
of Education for Canada West, 1845-50. Died 1891.

* JAMES MCMILLAN SHAFTER. M.A.

(See Record of Graduates, No. 58.)

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HONORARY ALUMNI. [1845-47

*HENRY PIERSON TORSEY. M.A. LL.D, McKendree Col-
lege, 1860; D.D., Bates College, 1876. Born August 17, 1819, Monmouth,
Me. School principal. Died September 20, 1892, Kents Hill, Me.

*JOHN RIGGS CRANE. D.D. B.A., College of New Jersey

(now Princeton University), 1805. Born April 16, 1787, Newark, N. J.
Congregational minister. Died August 17, 1853, Middletown, Conn.

*DAVID OLCOTT SHATTUCK. LL.D. Born 1792, in Connecti-
cut Judge of the Superior Court of San Francisco, Cal. Deceased;
date of death unknown.

*THEODORE DWIGHT WOOLSEY. LL.D. B.A., Yale Col-
lege, 1820; M.A., Yale, 1823; D.D., Harvard University, 1847; LL.D.,
Harvard, 1886. Born 1801, New York, N. Y. President of Yale
College. Died July i, 1889.



J846*

*WILLIAM BELL. M.A. Born 1780, Airdrie, Scotland. Presby-
terian minister in Canada. Died August 16, 1857, Perth, Ont., Canada.

*GEORGE W. LEACH. M.A. M.D. Deceased; date of death

unknown.

*ELI NOYES. M.A. Born 1814, Jefferson, Me. Baptist minister.
Died 1854, Lafayette, Ind.

*SULLIVAN HARDY WESTON. M.A.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 174.)

*JABEZ BURNS. D.D. LL.D., Bates College, 1868. Born 1805,

Oldham, Lancashire, England. Minister of the Baptist Church, England.
Died 1876, London, England.



1847.

*HARVEY COLCORD WOOD. M.A.* B.A., Dartmouth Col-
lege, 1844. Born March 25, 1817, Lebanon, N. H. School principal.
Died March 19, 1910, Aurora, Neb.

*DAVID HOLMES. M.A. Born 1810, Newburgh, N. Y. Methodist
Episcopal minister. Died 1873, Battle Ground, Mich.

*JAMES PORTER. M.A. D.D., McKendree College, 1856.



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