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palian. Mem. N. Y. Hist. Soc Recreations: Tennis,
golf. Clubs: Yale, Graduates (New Haven). Address:
471 Central Park W., N. Y. City.


Insurance; b. Jersey City, N. J., July 14, 1869; s.
Charles A. and S. Louise (Austin) Hopkins; grad.
Yale Coll., A.B., 1891; student Harvard Law Sch.,
1S92-1893; m. N. Y. City, 1895, Maude I. Hopkinson;
one d. : Marian, b. 1904. Mem. firm of Hopkins. Keep.
& Hopkins, gen. agents for Eastern Mass. of Mutual
Life Ins. Co. of N. Y., 1894-1902, and on dissolution of
that firm, Jan. 1, 1902, became sole mg'r until 1907,
when appt'd gen. mg'r for N. Y. of the Union Central
Life Ins. Co. of Cincinnati, resigned 1913, and became
v.-p. the Johnston & Collins Co., Ins. Pres. Boston
Life Underwriters' Ass'n, 1904-1905; pres. N. J. Life
Underwriters' Ass'n, 1912. Republican; Congrega-
tionalist. Trustee Northfield Sem., Northlfield, Mass.
Mem bv inheritance of Mil. Order Loyal Legion. Clubs:
Union (Boston), Yale (N. Y. City). Residence: 57 E.
74th St. Address: 55 Liberty St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer (specialty corporation law); lb. N. Y. City,
Feb. 18, 1862; s. Sidney Wright and Anna Maria
(Clark) Hopkins; m. N. Y'. City, Sept. 4, 1909, Evelyn
Collins, d. of late Thomas Jefferson and Imogene Col-
lins Briggs; ed. select private schools; German, Dres-
den, 1867-1868; German, N. Y., 1869-1871; French, N.
Y., 1872-1875; Phillips Acad., Andover. Mass.. 1876;
grad. 1880: Yale Univ., 1880, grad. 1SS4; Columbia
Coll. Law Sch., 1884, grad. 1SS6. Mem. law firm Seiwell
& Pierce. 1S87. Mem. legal staff Am. Telephone &
Telegraph Co. since 1903. Rowed in the winning boat
Yale freshman crew, 18S0. Founder, 18.83, of Yale
Senior Soc. at New Haven, known as "Wolfs Head
Society." Republican. Residence: 321 W. 92d St.
Law office: 27 William St. Address: Care American
Telephone and Telegraph Co., 15 Dey St., N. Y\ City.


Banker; b. Kalamazoo, Mich., June 18, 1873; s.
James W. and Cora Lee (Eaton) Hopkins; ed. Mich.
Agr'l Coll.. 1889-1893; m. Warsaw, N. Y., Sept. 24,
1913, Maud Marian Conable. With First State Bank
of Petroskey, Mich., 1895; City Nat. Bank, Lansing,
Mich., 1S95-189S; again with First State Bank until
1007; v.-p. Munsing State Bank, 1907-1908; First Nat.
Bank, Munsing, and Gwinn State Savings Bank, Mich.,
1908-lftlO; cashier Peninsular Savings Bank, Detroit,
1910-1911; v.-p. and dir. Third Nat. Bank, Buffalo,
since 1911. Republican; Presby'n. Mem. Delta Tau
Delta fraternity. Mason, Knight of Pythias. Clubs:
University, Bankers, Detroit (Detroit), Buffalo Coun-
try, Ellicott OBuffalo, N. Y.). Address: Third Nat.
Bank, Buffalo, N. Y.


Comedian; b. N. Y., 1858; s. John and Rosalie (De
Wolf) Hopper. With (Daniel Frohman's Madison
Square Co., as "Pittacus Green" in Hazel Kirke, and
other roles; the MdCaull Opera Co., Wefoer and Fields
Co.; starring in own company from 18S0. with the ex-
ception of the two years at Weber and Fields. Starred
in Wang, Happyland, Pied Piper, The Matinee Idol,
etc. Clubs: Lambs, Players, Suburban Riding and
Driving (N. Y. City),' Green Room, Eccentric (London,
England). Address: Care Lambs Club, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Newport, R. I., Aug. 28, 1S58; s. Hamilton
and Louisa (Howland) Hoppin; ed. in private sens, in
Dresden, Paris, Brussels and Newport, and at St. Paul's
Sch., Concord, N. H.; Harvard, A.B.. 1879; Columbia
Coll. Law Sch., ILL.'B., 1881. Admitted to the bar, 1881,
and ever since engaged in the practise of law in N. Y.
City. Mem. Nat. Geog. Soc, Soc of Colonial Wars,
Sons of Revolution. Republican: Episcopalian. Club:
Union. Residence: 125 W. 73d 'St. Address: 43 Cedar
St., N. Y. City.


Manufacturer, merchant; b. N. Y. City, 1862; s. An-
drew J. and Sarah A. (tBininger) Hopping; ed. public
schs., N. Y. and Nazareth Hall, Penna. ; m. N. Y. City,
1885, Emma Louise Tilton; children: Allen Tilton, b.
1886; Howard Hitchcock, b. 1888; Spencer Bininger, b.
1894; Hallsted Lu'beck. b. 1902. V.-p. and dir. Scotia
Worsted Mills. Republican; Episcopalian. Mem. Sons
of Revolution. Soc Colonial Wars, Soc War of 1812,
Geneal. and Biog. Soc. Trustee Home for Old Men
and Aged Couples; treas. Ch. ol St. Andrews by the
Sea, Allenhurst, N. J.; vestryman Ch. Zion and St.
Timothy N. Y. City; mem. Chamber of Commerce.



Clubs: Union League, Allenhurst Country, Aldine,
Church, Cathedral League. Residence (summer):
Allenhurst, N. J.; (winter): 532 W. 114th St. Address:
Fifth Av. Bldg., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Annandale, N. Y.; s. George Bailey and
Mary Williamson (Johnstone) Hopson; ed. Trinity
Mil. Inst., Tivoli, N. Y.; St. Stephen's Coll., Annandale,
N. Y., A.B., A.M.; N. Y. Law Sch., N. Y. City, LL.B.
Democrat; Episcopalian. Mem. Kappa Gamma Chi
fraternitv, Sons of Revolution, St. Andrew's Soc, N. Y.
Geneal. and Biog. Soc. Club: Whist. Residence (win-
ter): 14 W. 12th St.; (summer): Annandale, N. Y.


Clergyman, educator; b. Naugatuck, Conn., Jan. IS,
1838; s. Oliver and Caroline (Allis) Hopson; ed. Trinity
Coll., Hartford, Conn., A.B. (valedictorian, Phi Beta
Kappa), 1857 A.M., D.D., 'D.C.t; m. Ch. of the Trans-
figuration, N.' Y. City, March 27, 1864, Mary William-
son Johnstone; children: Francis Johnstone, b. 1864;
William Oliver, b. 1872. Ordered deacon 1863, and
priest 1864, by Bishop Potter; in ministry of Epis-
copal Ch.; since 1863, prof. Latin language and litera-
ture at St. Stephen's Coll., Annandale, N. Y. Resigned
1913, after 50 years continuous service. Republican.
Address: Annandale, Dutchess Co., N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Columbus, Ind., Dec. 31. 1868; s. Francis
T. and Emma (Banflll) Hord; ed. public schs., In-
dianapolis Classical Sch., Law Dept., Univ. of Mich.,
IiL.B. ; m. N. Y. City, June 23, 1904, Jean Gordon. Ad-
mitted to practise law in court of Indiana, 1894; moved
to N. Y. City, 1898, and was admitted to practise in
State and Federal Courts of N. Y., where has since
been in active practise. [Pres. Outlook Realty Co.;
treas. N. Y. and Montauk Telegraph Co., and dir. in
other corp'ns. His father, Hon. Francis T. Hord, was
att'v-gen. of State of Indiana for two terms, judge
of Circuit for 12 years and held many minor public
offices, and his uncle Oscar B. Hord, was law partner
of Thomas A. Hendricks, V.-p. of U. S. Democrat;
was sec. of B'd of Trustees of the Town of Woodruff
Place, which was at one time a suburban park home,
but is now surrounded on all sides by the City of
Indianapolis, without being incorporated within the
same, and retaining its old polit. identity as town.
Mem. N. Y County Lawyers' Ass'n; sec. Indiana Soc.
of X. Y. Address: 38 Park Row, N. Y. City.


Director N. Y. Zool. Park; b. Plainifleld, Ind.. Dec. 1,
1854; s. William and Martha (Varner) Hornaday; ed.
Iowa State Coll., Ward's Natural Science Establish-
ment, Rochester, N. Y.; Sc.D., Univ. of Pittsburgh,
1906; m. Battle Creek, Mich., Sept. 11, 1879, Josephine
E. Chamberlain; one d., Mrs. Helen H. Fielding.
Travels (Zoological) Cuba and Florida, 1875; South
America and West Indies, 1876; Egypt, India, 1876-
1877; Ceylon, Malay Peninsula, Borneo, 1878; China
and Japan, 1879; Smithsonian Expd'n for Buffalo, Mon-
tana, 1S86; hunt in Wyoming, 1899; hunt in Canadian
Rockies, 1905, in Mexico, 1907. Director N. Y. Zoolog-
ical Park since 1896. Author: Two Years in the Jungle,
1885; American Natural History, 1904; Taxidermy and
Zoological Collecting, 1894; Camp-Fire^; in the Can-
adian Rockies, 1906; Camp-Fires on Desert and Lava,
1908; Our Vanishing Wild Life, 1913 (all Scribners);
also The Man Who Became a Savage, 1895. Inde-
pendent Republican in politics; Protestant. Patron
and fellow, N. Y. Zool. Soc, fellow N. Y. Acad. Sciences;
hon. mem. Phila. Zool. Soc; Royal Zool. Soc, Amster-
dam; hon. mem. Soc. for Preservation of Wild Fauna
of the (British) Empire; North Side B'd of Trade;
corr. mem. Zool. Soc. of London; ex-pres. Camp-Fire
Club; ex-pres. Am. Bison Soc; received gold medal
for eminent service from Camp-Fire Club of America.
Recreation: Exploring and big game hunting. Clubs:
Century Shikar (London). Address: Zool. Park, 185th
St. and Southern Boulevard, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Paterson, N. J., May 13, 1851; s. Rev. Wm. H.
(D.D.) and Matilda (Butler) Hornblower; grad. Prince-
ton Univ., A.B., 1871; Columbia Univ. Law Sch., LL.B.,
1875; honorary A.M., 1874, LL.D., 1895, Princeton Univ.;
m. 1st, N. Y. City, April 26, 1882, Susan, d. Wm. E. San-
ford, of New Haven, Conn, (died April 27, 18S6); 2d,
N. Y. City, Jan. 31, 1894, Emily S. Nelson, d. William
E. Sanford, and widow of Lieut. -Col. A. D. Nelson,
U. S. A.; children: Lewis W., b. April 15, 1883 (Prince-
ton, A.B., 1904); George S., b. June 19, 1884 (Prince-
ton, A.B., 1904; Susan Sanford, t>. April 19, 1886 (died
June 16, 1900J. Admitted to foar of X. Y., 1875; mem.
comm'n appt'd under act of legislature in 1890 to pro-
pose amendments to State Constitution Judiciary Ar-
ticle; appt'd to U S. Supreme Court, Sept., 1893, by

Pres. Cleveland, to succeed Justice Blatchford, nomi-
nation rejected by Senate, Jan., 1894 owing to political
opposition by Senators Hill and Murphy, of N. Y.
Mem. B'd of Statutory Consolidation, appt'd by Act of
Legislature, 1904, to consolidate all the gen. statutes
of State of N. Y. ; reported to Legislature of 1909 and
consolidated statutes adopted and passed. Head of
firm of 'Hornblower, Miller & Potter. Mem. Am. Bar
Ass'n, N. Y. State Bar Ass'n (pres. 1902), Ass'n Bar
City of N. Y. (pres. 1913), Sons of Revolution. Clubs:
University, Century, Metropolitan. Manhattan, City,
Reform, Riding, Princeton. Residence: 5 E. 89th St.
Address: 24 Broad St., N. Y. City.


Editor, author, educator; b. Jersey City, N. J., Jan.
12, 1870; s. George E. and Margaret A. (Cooper)
Home; ed. X. Y. City Put) lie Sch. No. 35. St.
Francis Xavier Coll., Coll. City of N. Y., B.S. (with
honor), 1889, M.S., 1898; Ph.D., N. Y. Univ., 1905; m.
Feb. 14, 1896, Edith Durham, of Kingston, X. Y.;
Children: Winifred D., t>. 1897; Enid W., 1898; Charles
F., 1905. Traveled for two years through U. S., 1890-
1891, mostly on foot, and down through Mexico to
Panama; through Canada, 1897; twice on summer
tours through Western Europe, and to the Holy Land.
Editor-in-chief for publishing firm of Selmar Hess.,
N. Y., 1894-1898; for Niglutsch, 1900-1908; lecturer on
literary and hist, topics; instr. in English dep't, 1897-
1905; ass't prof. English since 1905, Coll. City of N.
Y. Chief editor: Great Men and Famous Women, 8
vols., 1S94-1896 (Selmar Hess); co-editor (with Ud-
ward S. Ellis); Story of Greatest Nations, 10 vols.,
1900-1906 (F. R. Niglutsch); editor Great Events by
Famous Historians, 20 vols., 1904-1905 (National
Alumni Ass'n) ; co-editor of official History of College
of City of iN. Y., 1907 (Putnam's Sons); editor Meaning
of Modern Life, 1907 (National Alumni Ass'n); Life
and Works of Jules Verne, 1911. Author: Story of
Germany and Austria, 1901; Story of France, 1902;
Story of Our Country, 1903; Outline Narrative of the
World's History, 1905; Story of Turkey, 1906; Tech-
nique of the Novel, 1908 (Harper & Bros.); and various
pamphlets, magazine articles, etc. Now acting as chief
editor of The Bible and its Story, 10 vols. (Nigiutscn).
Democrat; Roman Catholic. Mem. Am. Hist. Ass'n,
Phi Beta Kappa Soc, Phi Gamma Delta fraternity.
Recreations: Travel, tennis. Club: City Coll. Ad-
dress: 616 W. 148th St., N. Y. City.


Chief of Examinations Div., N. Y. State Ed'n Dep't;
b. Moravia, la., May 4, 1878; s. Eugene Brandon and
Susan Cordelia. (Sears) Horner; grad. Univ. of 111.,
A.B., 1901; on Indiana, 111. Debating Team, 1898-189a;
m. Cerro Gordo, 111., Sept. 15, 1904, Gloga Dagmar
Gaston. Inst, in rhetoric, Univ. of 111., 1901-1902; sec.
to pres. Univ of 111., 1903-1904; sec. to N. Y. State
comm'r of ed'n, May 1, 1904, to Oct. 1, 1907; chief
Administration Div., N. Y. State Ed'n Dep't, 1907-1910;
chief of Examinations Div., since 1910. Republican;
Presby'n. Mem. Nat. Edn'l Ass'n, N. Y. State Hist.
Ass'n, Lincoln Farm Ass'n, Sigma Alpha Epsilon
fraternity, Phi Beta Kappa Soc; Mason. Clubs: Aurania,
University (Albany), Hudson River Sch. Masters. Ad-
dress: 872 Lancaster St., Albany, N. Y.


Merchant, musician, critic; lb. Brooklyn, Mar. 10,
1873; s. Edward Imeson and Ferrence Lewis (Benton)
Horsman; ed. private acad., Brooklyn, 1S86-1890; grad.
St. Paul's Sch., Garden City, N. Y. (prize essayist,
senior capt. cadet corps), 1890; m. N. Y. City, May 18,
1903, Ethel Hall Herrick. Began ibusiness career at
17; study of music, 1893; organist and choirmaster,
Ch., N. Y. City, since 1904; musical and dramatic critic
Ann's Ch., Brooklyn, 1902-1904; same at St. Andrew's
Ch., N. Y. City, since 1904; musical and dramatic critic
N. Y. Herald staff since 1901; traveled extensively In
England and Europe, making visits to English
cathedrals for study. V.-ip. and sec. E. I. Horsman Co.
Independent in politics. Episcopalian. Mem. Masonic
order; Tennis Bld'g Ass'n, advisory b'd, Dep't or
Music, Brooklyn Inst, of Arts and Sciences: Musical
compositions: Three Anthems; Magnificat and Nunc
Dimittis; Communion Service; also songs and piano-
forte pieces. Recreations: Photography, microscopy,
literature, tennis. Club: Judson Tennis. Address: 152
W. 57th St., N. Y. City.


Educator; b. Liberty, N. Y., Dec. 24, 1851; s. Ovid and
Catherine Graham (Holiday) Horton; grad. Union
Coll., 1872; A.M., 1875; m. Brooklyn, July 31, 1877,
Elizabeth Douglas; children: Mrs. S. v. R. Trowbridge,
Mrs. Clare J. Crary, Mrs. Alfred E. Mudge, Douglas.
Pres. Packard Commercial Sch. Co. Address: 253
Lexington Av., N. Y. City.




Banker; b. Shesquin, Bradford County, Pa., July 17,
1S32; s. William B. and Olelinda (Blackman) Horton,
d. Col. Franklin Blackman; brought up on farm and
ed. in country school; m. Sarah S. Patten of N. .
City; children: Blanche, Grace. Left home at age ol
17 and went to Towanda, Pa., where became clerk in
a mercantile house; went west, 1854. settling in Mil-
waukee. Wis., was in produce business there until
1865, when sold out and came to N. Y. City; became
connected with the Stock Exchange and other ex-
changes and entered into banking and brokerage
business; now senior mem. firm of H. L. Morton &
Co. Soon after coming to N. T. City took up resi-
dence at New Brighton. S. I., and took active part In
public affairs of that district; prominently identified
with promoting the developments and interests of- the
Staten Island Water Supply, and of the Rapid Transit
Companies; served as pres. of New Brighton. iMem.
N. T. Stock Exchange. N. T. Produce Exchange, Chl-
oago B'd of Trade. Clu'bs: Union League, Manhattan,
Athletic. Residence: 144 W. 57th St. Address: BO
Broadway, N. Y. City.


Broker; b. Springwater, Livingston Co., N. Y., July
24. 1S62; s. Isaiah and Ruth E. (Adams) Horton; ed.
public schools, Victor, N. Y., and classical grad. State
Normal Sch. at Geneseo, N. T., 1884; m. North Bergen,
X. Y.. July 21, 1SS7, Ella M. Sanderson; children: Ruth,
b. 1889; Genevieve, b. 1891; Waldo, b. 1894. Principal
public schs. at Arkport, and Coshocton, Steuben Co.,
X. Y.; Dry den, Tompkins Co., X. Y"., and Pleasant
Plains, Richmond Co., N. T. ; held various positions
with The Engineering Magazine from its inception,
for nearly 20 years. Business broker since Oct., 1909;
sec. and dir. Westerlaigh Bld'g Loan and Savings
Ass'n. Independent in' politics. Universalist. Mem.
N. T. City Alumni of Geneseo State Normal Sch.,
Masonic order; mem. b'd trustees Immanuel Ch.,
Westerleigh, S. I. Recreations: Farming and fruit
growing. Address: West New Brighton, N. Y.


Manufacturer; b. near Middletown, N. Y., Aug. S,
1S35. Spent some years on a farm; in 1853 came with
his brother to N. Y. City to engage in milk trade;
pres. Orange County Milk Ass'n, 1858-1869; in 1870
began a small ice cream business, which has grown
greatly. Pres. and dir. J. M. Horton Ice Cream Co.;
has 6 stores in N. Y. and 2 in Brooklyn. Dir. Mt.
Morris Bank. Real estate owner. Residence: 112
W. 126th St. Address: 205 B. 24th St., N. Y. City.


Merchant; b. Peekskill, N. Y., Julv 21, 1872; s.
Chauncey S. and Isabella (Barger) Horton; ed. public
sch. and Peekskill Mil. Acad.; m. Peekskill, N. Y.,
Oct. 2, 1893, Sarah C. Chase; one d.: Atana, b. Jan. 26,
1910. Gen. mg'r C. S. Horton & Sons. Pres. B'd or
Water Comm'rs, 2 years. Independent. Pres. Peeks-
kill B'd of Trade, 2 vears; sup't Sunday Sch. (mem-
bership 700); mem. Cortlandt Hook and Ladder Co.
Residence: 924 Orchard St. Address: 8 and 10 Nelson"
Av., Peekskill, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. May 23, 1871, Brooklyn, N. Y.; ed.
Adelphi Acad.. Columbia Law iSch., L.L.B. Trustee and
sec. Williamsburgh Savings Bank; trustee and v.-p.
Nassau Trust Co.; trustee The Thrift; Adelphi Coll.:
trustee and treas. Bedford Presbyterian Ch..; dir.
Mechanics Bank, F. W. Wurster & Co., F. W. Wurster
Realty Co., and J. T. Perkins Co.; dir. and treas. Man-
hattan Bridge Three Cent Line. Mem. Bar Ass'n of
Brooklyn, Delta Upsilon fraternity. Clu'bs: Brooklyn,
Hamilton, Riding and Driving (dir.), Nassau Country.
Address: 215 Montague St., Brooklyn, N. Y.

Insurance mg'r; b. Brooklyn, April 29, 1867; ed. in
public schools. Connected with Royal Ins. Co., Lt'd, of
Liverpool, England, from boyhood, beginning in the
Brooklyn office, afterward serving in various capaci-
ties, becoming ass't adjuster and chief adjuster of
losses, until 1907, when was appt'd to present position
as ass't mg'r for Royal Ins. Co., Lt'd, N. Y. Dep't, at
N. Y. City. Was chm'n of Committee of Five appt'd
by the thirty-five companies to adjust the San Fran-
cisco conflagration losses after the earthquake in
1906. Served one year as pres. Ins. Institutes or
America and four years pres. Ins. Soc. of N. Y. Resi-
dence: 153 W. 46th St. Address: 84 William St., N. Y.

Merchant; b. N. Y. City, Aug. 14, 1859; s. A. and
Elizabeth (Mayer) Hostetter; ed. grammar sch. and
Coll Citv of X Y\ ; m. Omaha, Neb., Jan. 6, 1885, Fannie

Schlessinger; children: Cecil P., b. April 9, 1887; Hazel
H, b. Oct. 14, 1888. Resided in New Mexico, 1876-
1903. Appt'd 1905, Am. consul to Hermosillo, Sonora,
Mexico; engaged in ice machine business, Omaha, one
year previous to apptm't. Republican, Mason, 33.
Address: Hermosillo. Sonora, Mexico.


Banker, broker; b. Auburn, X. Y., July 30, 1865; a.
William H. and Julia P. (Cook) Hotchkin; ed. com-
mon sch.. Watertown, N. Y.; m. N. Y. City, April 15,
1903, Mabel Lord Hall. Mem. firm Stoppani &
Hotchkin. Private 39th Separate Co., Nov. 6, 1882;
??& u % ut - Co - E - 22d Reg't, Jan. 23, 1S89; 1st lieut.,
JS94; Capt., 1895; major, 1898; lt.-col., 1905; Colonel,
1906; Colonel Corps of Eng'rs, 1906; Brevet brig -
gen., 1907. Served in War with Spain as major 22d
N. Y. Vols., May to Nov., 1898; and 1st lieut. and capt.
12th N. Y. Vols., Dec, 1898, to April, 1899; with army
of occupation in Cuba, 1899. Democrat; Episcopalian.
Mem. Japan Soc, N. Y. Zool. Soc, N. Y. Hist. Soc,
Order 'Founders and Patriots of America, Soc. Colo-
nial Wars, Sons of Revolution, Soc. War of 1812 (N.
Y. & Pa.), Sons of Veterans (comd'r of camp), Soc.
Foreign Wars. Am. Wars, Naval and Military Order,
Spanish Am. War, United Spanish War Veterans Soc,
Soc. Am. Officers; v.-p. Military Service Inst., Pres.
Military Athletic League of America; mem. B'd of
Govs. Amateur Athletic Ass'n, U. S. America. Clubs:
Engineers, Army and Navv (N. Y'.), Army and Xavy
(Wash., D. C), Governors Island, N. Y. Athletic, Ford-
ham, Brooklyn, Machinery. Residence: 202 Riverside
Drive. Address: 66 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Brooklyn, Dec. 2, 1861; s. Jeremia and
Caroline E. (Darrow) Hotchkiss; grad. Trinity Coll.,
Hartford, Conn., A.B., 1882; A.M., 1886; Columbia Coll.
Law Sch., LL.B., 1888; m. New Haven. Conn., Dec. 28,
1892, Edith L. Parks; one d. Elizabeth N., b. 1896.
Mem. law firm Davies, Auerbach & Cornell. Demo-
crat. Interested in Domestic and Foreign Missionary
Soc. of the P. E. Ch., and other charitable org'ns, I. K.
A. fraternitv. Clubs: Marine and Field, Laurentian.
Address: 34 Nassau St., N. Y. City.


Jurist; b. Albany, N. Y., July 2, 1856; s. Thomas W.
and Emma (Burrell) Hotchkiss. Mem. N. Y. Legis-
lature, 1886; mem. N. Y. Constitutional Conv., 1894;
elected justice Supreme Court, 1911; appt'd to Appel-
late Div., Supreme Court, 1st Dept., 1913. Democrat.
Mem. Sons of Revolution, N. E. Soc. Clubs: Metrop-
olitan, Riding, Manhattan, Greenwich Country. Resi-
dence: 315 W. 75th St. Address: 27 Madison Av.,
N. Y. City.


Manufacturer; b. New Haven, Conn., Oct. 1, 1878; s.
Henry L. and Jane (Trowbridge) Hotchkiss; ed. Taft
Sch., Watertown, Conn.; Andover Acad.; grad.
Scientific Sch., Yale Univ., Ph.B., 1900; m. Wessyng-
ton, Tenn., Oct. 9, 1907 Elizabeth Wyndham Wash-
ington; children: Henry Hotchkiss, b. June 6, 1909;
Mary Boiling Washington, b. July 21, 1911; Stuart
Trowbridge, D. July 16, 1913. Receiver of Nat. Wire
Corp'n, and Nat. Steel Foundry Co., 1906-1908. Trav-
eled extensively in N., Central and S. America. V.-p.
treas. and dir. L. Candee & Co., New Haven, Conn.;
treas. and dir. Naugatuck Chemical Co., Naugatuck,
Conn.; dir. Gen. Rubber Co., N. Y. City, New Haven
Gas Light Co., Chatham & Phenix Nat. Bank. N. Y.
City; Nat. New Haven Bank; Union & New Haven
Trust Co. Served as Alderman in New Haven, Conn.,
also as private in Conn. Xaval Reserves. Mem. Delta
Psi fraternity; Am. Geog. Soc, Soc. of Colonial Wars.
Clubs: University, Yale (N. Y. City), Graduates,
Quinnipiac, Xew Haven Country, New Haven Lawn,
New Haven. Residence: 55 'Hillhouse Av., Xew
Haven, Conn.


Banker, broker; b. Auburn, N. Y., March 27, 1842;
s. Clark B. and Caroline (Bennett) Hotchkiss; ed.
Auburn (N. Y.) Acad.; m. Stamford, Conn., June 26,
1867, Clara Taylor; children: H. L, Jr., b. 1868, Mrs.
Clara Hitchkiss Niles, b. 1871. Mrs. Josephine Hotch-
kiss Williams, b. 1S73. Aided in the organization of
the Gold and Stock Telegraph Co.. and was treas. of
the co., 1867-1871; organized the Am. Dist. Tele-
graph Co., 1871-1872; became mem. N. Y. Stock Ex-
change in 1874; retired from business in 1903. Served
a short period during Civil War as capt.'s clerk, U. S.
Navy; was mem. syndicate which secured concession
in 1887 from Nicaragua for bld'g interoceanic canal
across the Isthmus; was treas. Nicaragua Canal Con-
struction iCo.; dir. and pres. Standard Assets Corp'n;
dir Exchange Telegraph Co., Lt'd., of London, Eng.



Clubs: Union League, N. T. Yacht, Am. Yacht, Apa-
wamis. Residence: Greenacres, Rye, N. Y. Address:
27 William St., N. Y. City.


Stockbroker; b. Stamford, Conn., Dec. 10, 1868; s.
Horace L. and Clara (Taylor) Hotchkiss; e<l. St. Paul's
Sch., Concord, N. H.; Columbia Coll., N. Y. City; m.
Jersey City, April 11, 1S94, Dora A. Toffey; children:
Horace Leslie, 3d, b. 18D5f Adeline, b. 1896, Dora, b.
1903. Has been a mem. N. Y. Stock Exchange since
1890; mem. Co. I, 7th Reg't N.G.N.Y., 1887-1892.
Republican. Mem. Sons of Vets. Ass'n, 7th Reg't Vet.
Ass'n. Clubs: Jersey City, Carteret, Apawamis Golf,
Am. Yacht. Residence: "Adorace," Rye, Westchester
Co., N. Y. Address: 27 William St., N. Y. City.


Dramatic reader, writer, editor; born near Utica,
N. Y. May 24, 1837; d. Darius and Margaret (Halley)
Jewell; ed. Buffalo Sem. (Collegiate Dept.), studied
technique of dramatic and elocutionary art with J.
E. Frobisher, prof, at Coll. City N. Y. ; also voice cul-
ture with Prof. Parkinson, of Boston, who trained
Prof. Monroe, of Boston Sch. of Oratory, and Shake-
speare with a pupil of Lemuel G. White, of Philadel-
phia; m. Buffalo, Dec. 3, 1863, Thomas W. Hotchkiss, of
New Haven, Conn.; children: Thomas Woodward,
Jeanie lEliza'beth (both editors). Made debut as dram-
atic reader at age of 18 in Buffalo; first reader now
living to have given Hiawatha and Enoch Arden to
public audiences; after marriage, appeared only at

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