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Y., Jan. S, 1890, Anna Kingman; children: Charles
Kingman, b. 1891 ; Robert Sturtevant, b. 1894. Ass't
city eng'rs office, Watertown, N. Y.; ass't eng'r in de-
sign and construction of water works at Canandaigua,
Cortland, and Fulton, N. Y. ; Cornwall and Bellville,
Ont., and elsewhere; chief eng'r in design and con-
struction of water works at Albion, Bath, Brockport,
Holley, Palmyra and Clyde, N. Y., and elsewhere; since
1892 engaged in manufacture of water meters, Buffalo.
N. Y., as pres. and gen. mg'r, Buffalo 'Meter Co. He-
publican; Presby'n. Mem. Am. Soc. of C. E., Am.
Water Works Ass'n. N. E. Water Works Ass'n. Club:
Ellicott. Address: 691 W. Ferry St., Buffalo, N. Y.


Merchant, mf'r; b. Grafton, Mass.; s. Moses Leland
and Sarah Ann (Phillips) Batcheller; ancestors settled
in New Eng., 1635; ed. Grafton Grammar Sch., Barre
Acad., hon. LL.D., AVilliam & Mary Coll., 1907; m. 1st,
Dec. 26, 1S59, Sarah Adaline Cummings (deceased); 2nd.
Boston, Mass., Sept. 17, 1913, Truene Ruth Ge<ldes.
Mem. firm Nicholls & Batcheller, mf'rs, 1857-1865; or-
ganized firm Langdon, Batcheller & Co., now George
C. Batcheller & Co., with factories at Bridgeport, Conn.,
and Newark, N. J. Pres. Crown Corset Co., Conn.,
Clasp Co.; v.-p. and dir Galen Hall Co., Atlantic City,
N. J., Galen Mountain Co., Wernersville, (Pa.; dir. Reg-
istration & Transfer Co., West End Properties Ass'n.
Has large library containing first editions, and val-
uable art collections including portraits of George and
Martha Washington, painted by Sharpless, at Mt. Ver-
non, 1796; mem. Hudson-Fulton Comm'n, 1909. Author
of Batchelder Genealogy, 1898. Officer St. Andrew's M.
E. Ch. Mem. M. E. Soc. (dir.), Founders & Patriots of
America, (gov.) S. A. R., N. Y. Hist. Soc. Chamber of
Commerce, Washington Continental Guards. Clubs:
Merchants' Ass'n. .Lotos, Merchants, Union League,
Patria Republican. Address: 237 W. 72nd St., N. Y.


Born Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 5, 1885; s. Hiland Gar-
field and Josephine Marv (Clements) Batcheller; step-
son of late Dr. Jas. E. King, Ph.D., of Fort Edward, N.
Y.; attended Glens Falls' Acad., Glens Falls, N. Y. ; grad.
Wesleyan Univ., Middletown, Conn., Ph.B. ; m. Albany.
N. Y., April 5, 1913, Jessie Jackson. Representative
Carnegie Steel Co. at Albany; 111. Steel Co., Tennessee
Coal. Iron & R. R. Co. iRepubliean. Mem. Albany Soc.
of Civil Eng'rs, Psi Upsilon fraternity. Clubs: Fort
Orange, Albany Country. Residence: 183 Lancaster St.
Address: 467 Broadway, Albany, N. Y\


Actress; b. Portland, Ore., 1873; d. F. M. Bates; ed.
public schs. of San Francisco, Calif.; m. George Creel.
Nov. 28, 1912. Made debut in San Francisco, 1894; starred
as 'Mrs. Hilary" in The Senator, 1895, and afterward in
other parts; played in Shakespearean drama in Augus-
tin Daly's Company, 189S; since then a star as "Cigar-
ette" in Under Two Flags, "Princess Yo-San" in The
Darling of the Gods, In The Girl of the Golden West,
and in The Fighting Hope, Nobody's Widow, and The
Witness for the Di tense, Address: Care Charles Froh-
man, Empire Theatre, N. Y. City.


Writer on business I nuance; b. Indianapolis, Ind..

April is, 1866; s, Charles A. H. and Margaret Holmes
(Ernsper. .ii Bates; ed. public schools of Indianapolis;
m. Chidafco. Sept. 11, 1890, Belle Brandenburg; children:
Margaret, b. Set. 18, 1891; Rennet, b. March 12, 1900.
Pres. Fidelity Bond and Vlortgage Co.. N. Y. City; v.-p
< Ha Marble Citv, Col.; Crystal

River and San Juan Railway. Independent in politics
Clubs: Columbia Yacht, \. Y. Athletic. Summer resi-
1 ' i mi. i ; Like), Old Forge, X. Y

Address: 107 Riverside Drive \. y City


iiladelphia, Feb. 9, 1869; s. David Homer
and Sallie .lane i Kinney) Bates; ed. Charlier
Chapln's Prep., Sch., Berkeley, 1884; Columbia Coll.
(Law Dep't), LL.B'., 18S9; m. Eleanor Loring Lord. Ad-
mit led to Bar, State of N. Y\, June. 1891; since then
prai Using in N. Y r . City. Mem. law Arm Morrell, Bates
& Topping. Mem. Ass'n Bar Citv of N. Y'., Ohio Soc. of
X. Y., Amateur Comedy Club. Zeta Psi fraternity. Resi-
dence: The Chatsworth, Riverside Drive & 72nd 8t
Address: 27 Cedar St.. N. Y. City.


Mem. X. Y. .Stock Exchange; b. N. Y. City, Aug. 20,
1880; s. Alfred W. and Cephise C. (Towar) Bates; grad.
Blake 'Sch., N. Y. City, 1899; completed three years of
at Columbia Univ. with class of 1903; ny N. Y.
City, April 23, 1904, Anita T. Boulton; children: John
Grenville. Jr., b. Dec. 22, 1905; William Boultbn, Feb.
10, 1910; Towar Boulton, Oct. 20, 1912. Entered broker-
age office in fall of 1903; on Jan. 1, 1904, became ass't
cashier. for W. B. Franklin & Co., and D/lc. 1, 1904,
purchased seat on N. Y. Stock Exchange, becoming b'd
mem. of that firm Jan. 1, 1905. Republican; Episco-
palian. Mem. Alpha Delta Phi, Phi Delta Phi. Recrea-
tions: Outdoor sports, including golf, tennis, boating,
riding and driving; extremely fond of dogs, owning a
very valuable kennel of Irish terriers. Clubs: Co-
lumbia, Rockaway Hunting, Morris County Golf. Ad-
dress: Convent, N. J.


Wholesale drugs; b. Monroe, Mich.; s. Alfred G. and
Ann Elizabeth (Elliott) Bates; brother of late -\laj.-
Gen. A. E. Bates, former paymaster-gen. U. S A.; both
father's and mother's families came from England to
America in 17th century; ed. high sch., Monroe, Mich.;
m. Montreal, Can., 18S0, Ada Clare; children: Adele M.,
Walter C, Alfred Elliott. Engaged since 1S72 in
wholesale drug and mf'g business; now gen. mg'r
Davis & Lawrence Co. Republican. Club: Union
League (N. Y.). Address: Bronxville, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Tacoma, Wash., Feb. 13, 1890; s. Lindon
Wallace and Josephine (White) Bates; ed. Laurence-
ville Sch., Yale Univ., Ph.B. (with sp'l honors in lan-
guages; editor-in-chief Y'ale Scientific Monthly), N. Y r
Law Sch., LL.M., N. Y. Univ., LL.B., J.D. ; Columbia
Univ., Univ. of Paris, The Temple. Engaged in Prac-
tice since graduation, making specialty of Internat.
British and French law; attended Madrid Conf. of In-
ternat. Lawyers, 1913; in Pekin during Allied occupa-
tion at time of Boxer War. Travelled, for purpose of
securing mining information, through Kirghiz Steppes,
northeast of Khiva, to headwaters of Trtysh and Obi
Rivers, and through the Ural and Altai Mountains.
Independent. Mem. N. Y. Bar Ass'n, Hon. Soc. of .Mid-
dle Temple, Berzelius Soc, Phi Delta Phi fraternity,
S. A. R., Internat. Law Ass'n, Citizens' Union; sec. and
treas. Class of 1910, Y'ale Univ. Recreations: Riding,
swimming. Clubs: Y'ale, Colony (New Haven), N. Y.
Turn Verein. Residence: 784 Fifth Av. Address: Care
Guaranty Trust Co., 33 Lombard St., London, and 71
Broadway, N. Y'. City.


Engineer; b. Portland, Ore., July 17, 1883; s. Lindon
Wallace and Josephine (White) Bates; ed. Harrow
School. England, receiving several prizes for scholar-
ship; Y'ale Univ. Scientific Dep't, Ph.B., 1902, additional
year in post-graduate engineering. Traveled on ex-
ploring and hunting expd'n in 1900 to islands north of
Hudson Bay; 'Panama, in 1904; made midwinter sledge
journey in 1908 in Siberia and Mongolia. Eng'ring
work on Galveston Grade Raising Works, and N. Y.
Barge Canal; advisory eng'r for Western Eng'ring
Corp'n, Gen. Com. on Water Supply, 1909, appt'd by
Mayor McClellan to report upon $25,000,000 water tun-
nel for Manhattan; v.-p. Bates Eng'ring Co. Republi-
can, stumping northern N. Y r . State 1904; mem. Repub-
lican Club. State Affairs Com., Chm'n District Com. on
Meetings and Speakers of the 29th Assembly Diet.,
P.miT; c. unity Comm., DOS; elected to Legislature from
29th Assembly Dist., for 1909; introduced measure for
Comm'n on Unemployment, subsequently consolidated
with the Wainwright Employers' Liability Comm'n:
re-elected for 1910, introduced Constitutional Amend-
ment to reform condemnation abuses and Civil Service
Reform measures. Supported Governor Hughes in the
fight for Direct Nominations and investigation of cor-
rupt practices. Author: (with Charles A. Moore. Jr.)
The Political Horoscope, 1904: The Loss of Water
in New Y'ork's Distribution System, 1909; The Rus-
sian Road to China. 1910. Has written extensively on
technical and economic subjects. Trustee Fifth Av.
Presby'n Ch. Mem. Western Soc. Eng'rs, Societe Beige



des Ingenieurs et des Industriels. Clubs: City, Yale
(N. Y. City), Colony (New Haven), Fort Orange (Al-
bany). Address: 71 Broadway, N. Y. I


Director; b. Marshfleld, Vt., Nov. L9, 18B8; s, William
Wallace and Mary (Cole) Bates; prep, ed'n, Chicago
High Sch.; id, Eroro eng'ring course, Yale tJniv.,
1879; m. Chicago, L881, Josephine White; children: Lin-
don, Jr., b, 1883; Lindell T., b. L90. Went West, 1878,
with surveying parts on Northern Pacific R'y; Later
ass't eng'r Northern Pacific and Oregon Pacific R. R's;
later contractor, eng'r and mg'r on various works on
Pacific Coast; specialized in dredging contracts and de-
signed improvements in hydraulic dredges, with which
has executed many great eng'ring' enterprises. Built
great dredge Beta for U. S. Gov't, large hydraulic
dredges for Russian Gov't, sea-going dredges Hercules,
Samson, and Archer for Queens and, Australia, and the
Lindon Bates for Calcutta, Prepared reports and
pro ects for improvement of port of Antwerp, 1S90-
[902; executed tests for enlargement of .Suez Canal;
comm'd by Russian Gov't for imprdvement of ports
and channels bf Black, Sea and Sea of Azov, the rivers
Dnieper, Volga and Bug, and the Canal Marie; also- by
Queensland Gov't on harbor work at Brisbane, and
similar work at Adelaide, S. Australia, and other Aus-
tralian ports, and by the port comm'rs of Calcutta on
the River Hugli; also one of eng'rs on internat. scheme
for improvement of port of Shanghai, China; now con-
tracting eng'r in the work of raising the grade of Gal-
veston Citv and Island an average of IV2 feet. Sub-
mitted to U. S. Gov't, March 0, 1905, plan for the con-
struction of the Panama Canal, of which several
salient features appear in the plan finally adopted.
Awarded Grand Prix and decoration by French Gov't,
1900, for "distinguished services to science." Mem.
Western Soc. Eng'rs. Chicago; life asso. Inst'n Civ.
Eng'rs of Great Britain, and of British Inst. Naval
Architects; mem. Ingenieurs Civils of France and Bel-
gium. Clubs: Union 'League, Yale, Republican, Law-
yers, Holland Soc. (N. Y. City), Automobile, of France;
Whitehall, Primrose (London). Address: 7S4 Fifth
Av., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, July 14, 1S60; s. Levi Miles and
Martha Arnold (Tucker) Bates; grad. Columbia Coll.,
A.B., 18S0; Columbia Law Sch., LL.B., 18S2; m. N. Y.
City, Jan. 3, 1S99, Amy Rowan Scott; one son, Robert
Chapman, b. 1901. Practising law, N. Y*. City, since
1882. Capt. and ass't adj. -gen.. U. S. V., May-Oct., 189S;
saw service in Philippines, and was present at sur-
render of Manila, P. I. Appt'd col. 71st Reg't, N. G., N.
Y., Nov. 22, 1S99; brevet brig.-gen., N. G., N. Y., Aug.
14, 1903. Trustee 1st Cong'l Ch., Bay Shore, X. Y. Mem.
Psi Upsilon fraternity, Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., Soc.
Colonial Wars, Sons of Revolution, Mil. Order Foreign
Wars, Soc. War 1S12, Columbia Univ., Alumni Ass'n.
Club: Union League. Residence: Bay Shore, L. I. Ad-
dress: 43 Cedar St., N. Y. City.


Advertising; b. Gloucester Co., N. J., June 19, 1854;
s. Thomas Gaskill and Emeline (Zane) Batten; ed. The
Misses Butlers' Private School, Swedesboro, N J.; m.
1st, Camden, N. J., Dec. 17, 1879, Carrie H. Morgan
(died Dec. 31, 1SS4) ; children: Rollin M., Joseph; m. 2d,
Haddonfield, N. J.. Jan. 27, 1887, Lillie I. Shivers, d. Dr.
B. H. Shivers; children: Isabella. Emeline, George, Jr.
Pres. George Batten Co.; mem. Co. C, 1st Reg't, N. G.,
Pa., enlisted 1.877, discharged 18S0; served in Pitts-
burgh riots. Episcopalian; trustee Trinity Episcopal
Church, Mt. Pocono, Pa. Recreation: Hunting. Clubs:
National Arts, Sphinx, Montclair, Montclair Athletic,
Montclair Gun Ass'n of N. J. Sportsmen for the Pro-
tection of Game (pres.), N. J. Audubon Soc. -(pres.),
Colonial Soc. of Pa. Contrb'r to sportsmen's journals.
Residence: Montclair, N. J. Address: 3S1 Fourth Av.,
N. Y. City.


Clergyman; b. Gloucester Co., N. J., Nov. 17, 1S59;
s. Thomas G. and Emeline (Zane) Batten; grad. Har-
vard Univ., A.B., 1S85; Philadelphia Divinity Sch., 1S87;
Ph.D., Univ. of Pa., 1S93; S. T. D. (causa honoris) Ho-
bart Coll., 1903; m. Woodbury, N. J., March IS. 1SS6,
Clara B. Ware; children: Loring W., Jr., Richard W.,
Clare W. Instr. and prof. Old Testament, Phila. Di-
vinity Sch., 1S8S-1S99; rector St. Mark's Ch.. N. Y., 1S99-
1911; prof. Old Testament literature and interpreta-
tion, Gen. Theol. Sem. since 1904. Mem. Am. Oriental
Soc, Soc. Biblical Literature and Exegesis. Trustee
St. Luke's Home; mg'r Ch. Temperance Soc. Author:
Old Testament from the Modern Point of View. 1S99;
The Hebrew Prophet, 1905; Ezra Nehimali in the In-

termit. Critical Commentary, 1913. Clubs: Or]
(Philadelphia), Oriental (N. ST.), Century, Ha
Address: 3 Chelsea Sq., N. Y. City.


Insurance, granite contractor b. Hartford, Conn.,

N 1 58 s. James G. and Eunice (Goodwin) Bat-

terson; ed. Ches'hire Mil. Acad, and Williams Coll.
Itesnleiii ,ii r . in N. Y. of Travelers' Ins. Co.; pres. and
dir. Hartford Investment Corp'n, New Kngland Gran-
ite Works, Iron Tire Pneumatic Wheel Co., Rutherford
Wheel Co.; ;en. -mr Travelers' Indemnity Co., Hart-
ford, Conn.; dir. Patterson and Eisele Corp'n, Am.
Combustion Co.; trustee Cheshire Mil. Acad. Mem.
Merchants' Ass'n, x. Y. Zool. Soc. Clubs: N. Y. Yacht,
Larchmont Yacht, St. Anthony, X. Y. Athletic, Delta
Psi (N. Y. City); Country (Lakewood); Fox Hills Golf,
New Haven Country, Ekwanok Country, Atlantic City
Country, Travellers' (Paris). Address: 76 William St.,
N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. in N. C, Oct. 26, 1868; s. Turner Westray
and Lavinia Bassett (Daniel) Battle; ed. Hanover
Acad., Va. ; Univ. of N. C, Univ. of Va., M.A., 1SS9; m.
Richmond, Va., April 12, 1898, Martha Bagby, d. George
W. and Lucy Parke (Chamberlayne) Bagby. Ass't dist.
atty., 1S92-1S97; mem. of successive firms of Weeks,
Battle & Marshall; Battle & Marshall; O'Gorman, Bat-
tle & Marshall, and present firm of O'Gorman, Battle
& Vandiver. Dem. candidate for dist. att'y, 1910
Served five years in 7th Reg't, N.G.N.Y*., retiring 1896.
Episcopalian. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y. Mem.
Southern Soc, N. C. Soc, The Virginians. Clu'bs:
Metropolitan. Calumet, Manhattan, St. Nicholas. Resi-
dence: 152 E. 35th St. Address: 37 Wall St., N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Piermont, Rockland Co., N. Y., Jan 13
1885; s. Frederick W. and Lavinia (Aokerman) Bauer;
ed. local free schs., Nyack High Sch., Columbia Univ.
Law Sch.; unmarried. Engaged in practise of law at
Sparkill, N. Y., being senior mem. firm of Bauer &
Magee, well-known lawyers of Rockland Co. Sec. and
treas. Galvanic Bronze Co.; v.-p. and dir. Rockland
Co. Agr'l and Hort. Ass'n. Active in local politics.
Magistrate Rockland Co. Republican; Protestant.
Mem. The Lincoln Fellowship, Nat. Geog. Soc, Am.
Hist. Ass'n, Am. Numismatic Ass'n, Ohio State Numis-
matic Soc, Rockland Co. Bar Ass'n and numerous
other learned, patriotic and scientific socs. V.-p. Am
Soc. of Curio Collectors. Odd Fellow, Mason. Mem.
Town B'd of Orangetown, Rockland Co.. N. Y. ; ex-
officio as magistrate; also of B'd of Health of Orange-
town. Address: Piermont, N. 'Y.


Hotel prop'r; b. St. Gall, Switzerland, 1S53; s. J. G.
and A. B. Baumann. Lived in St. Gall until 1871, and
Neuchatel, 1871-1875; London, 1875-1881; came to U.
S., 1881; m. Emily G. Kinsley; children: Frida F
Clifton K. Became connected with Kinsley's, then the
leading restaurant, at Chicago, in which was partner
and mg'r until removed to N. Y. City, where is now
pres. Beau-Site Co., operating the Hotel Biltmore.
Presby'n. Clubs: Lotos, Swiss. Address: The Bilt-
more, Madison Av., 43d and 44th Sts., N. Y. City.


Lawyer, assemblyman; b. Bethlehem,- N. Y., March
31, 1863; ed. dist. schs. of Albany and Greene Counties;
grad. Ft. Edward Collegiate Inst., 1883. Taught sch
Altfany Co., 18S3-1S86, and Orange Co., 1886-1892; book-
keeper for Coles. Marshall & Co.. wholesale provision
dealers, Newburgh, N. Y., 1892-1898; pres. Queen City
Provision Co., successors to Coles, Marshall & Co ,
1898-1900. Admitted to bar 1899, and has been en-
gaged in practise at Newburgh ever since. Elected
mem. of Assembly on Republican ticket. Methodist
Episcopal. Mem. Newburgh Wheelmen, Newburgh
Turn Verein, Newburgh Chamber of Commerce. I O
O. F., Knights of Pythias, Elks, Masons. Address:
X'ewburgh, N. Y.


Banker, mf'r; b. Rochester, N. Y., Sept. 26, 1854- s
Jacob J. and Barbara Bausch; grad. high sch, Roch-
ester, Cornell Univ.; hon. A.M.. Univ. of Rochester;
m. Syracuse, N. Y Oct. 31, 1878, Matilda G. Morrell
Mem. firm Bausch & Lomb, mf'rs scientific and optic-
al apparatus. V.-p. Lincoln Nat. Bank, Fidelity Trust
Co.; dir. Monroe County Savings Bank, Roches'ter R'v
& Light Co., Taylor Bros. Co.; inventor various scien-
tific devices. Mem. Royal Acad, of Science; fellow A.
A. A. S., Am. Micros. Soc. AuthoT: Manipulation of
the Microscope. Address: 663 East Av., Rochester,
N. Y.




Contractor, lumber merchant; b. N. Y. City, Nov. 21,
1845; s. George and Anna Strong- Baxter; grad. Will-
iams Coll., A.B., 18Ur, ; Columbia Univ. (Sch. of Mines),
E.M., 1868; m. N. Y. City, March 5, 1873, Emmelin
Carnes Weeks; children: Emmelin W., Wyllys Pom-
eroy (Columbia, 1900), George S., Jr., and Herbert W.
Engaged as eng'r of mines, railroads, etc., 1869-1879;
cashier, ass't treas. and treas. Northern Pacific R. R.,
1879-1895; since 1895 engaged in lumber and railroad
contracting business. Mem. Am. Soc. Civ. Eng'rs,
Williams Alumni Ass'n. Club: University. Residence:
333 W. 86th St. Address: 17 William St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, Dec. 2, 1857; grad. Phillips
Exeter Acad., 1S75; grad. Harvard Univ., A.B., 1879;
LL.B., 1882; course at Columbia Law Sch., LL.B., 1882;
m. 1887, Louisa Van Rensselaer, a direct descendant
of original patroon of Rensselaerwyck. Admitted to
bar, 1882; on return from trip around world, took up
practise of law; now mem. Carter, Ledyard & Mil-
burn. In 1902 appfd sec. to Sp'! Embassy of U. S.
to coronation of King Edward VII. V.-p. Mexican
Telegraph Co.; trustee N. Y. Life Ins. & Trust Co.,
Greenwood Cemetery. Mem. Soc. of the Cincinnati,
Ass'n Bar City of N. Y. Clubs: Century, Knicker-
bocker, Metropolitan. University, Down Town, City, N.
Y. Yacht. Residence: 10 E. 62d St. Address: 54 Wall
St., N. Y. City.

Real estate operator; b. April 29, 1881; s. Franklin
and Harriet (Cline) Raylis; grad. Syracuse Univ.,
Ph.B., 1904. Sec. and treas. Wheeler Corp'n, Bronx-
dale Realty Co., Plainfiejd Park Ass'n. Mem. Delta
Kappa Epsilon fraternity. Recreation: Golf. Clubs:
Ardsley Country, Graduates. Syracuse. Residence:
Ardsley Club, Ardsley-on-Hudson, N. Y. Address: 1123
Broadway, N. Y. City.


Wholesale dealer, developer of real estate; b. Hart-
ford, Conn., Jan. 21, 1865; s. James E. and Isadora E.
Bavliss; ed. pu'blic schs., Hartford High Sch.; m. New
Haven, Conn., Oct. 26, 1887, Eunice Whittelsey; chil-
dren: Arline, Raymond Whittelsey, Kenneth Hunt,
Charles E., Jr., and Eunice. V.-p. Indexo Co., Inc. Re-
publican; Episcopalian. Mem. Soc. of the Genesee.
Recreations: Golf, tennis, horseback riding, yachting.
Clubs: N. Y. Yacht, Lotos, Lawyers. Address: 29 W.
42d St., N. Y. City.

Lawyer; o. Hampton, N. J., Feb. 24. I860; s. Isaiah
L. and Sarah A. (Smith) Baylor; ed. Union Coll.
Schenectadv, N. Y., two years; grad. N. Y. Univ., 1889;
Water Co., Hampton, N. J. Mem. Psi Upsilon, ThetaNu
Epsilon, Phi Delta Phi fraternities, Bar Ass'n City of
N. Y., N. Y. County Lawyers Ass'n. Residence: Hotel
McAlpin. Address: 100 William St., N. Y. City.


Coffee importer, capitalist; s. Wm. and Delia
Strother (Kerfoot) Bayne; ed. private schs. ; unmarried.
Senior mem. Wm. Bayne & Co., coffee importers; dir.
Am. Beet Sugar Co., Trenton Pottery Co. Address:
105 Front St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Winchester Va., May 11, 1851: s. Charles
(of Westmoreland Co., Va.), and Mary Ellen (Ashby)
Bayne (of Fauquier Co., Va.) ; ed. Richmond (Va.)
Coll., M.A., 1S72; B. L., 1879; (Debater's medalist, 1S71;
final orator, 1872); took summer law course, Univ. of
Va., 1878; m. Richmond Va., April 27, 1886, Lizzie S.,
d. Samuel Preston Moore, surgeon-gen., C. S. A.; chil-
dren: Mary Ashby Moore, Lloyd Moore. Admitted to
bar, Richmond. Va., July, 1879; N. Y., July 18S2. Elect-
ed, 190S, senator 23d Senate Dist., N. Y., comprising
Cos. of Richmond and Rockland. Appt'd by Gov. Hig-
gins, 1905, mem. State Probation Comm'n; by Gov.
Hughes, 1909, mem. N. Y. State Employers Liability
Comm'n. Editor Converse's Indexes (Va. and West
Va. Law). 1881; joint author: Travels of Ego and
Alter, 1S79; author of monographs; The Year 1619
in the Colony of Va.; Rebellion in the Colony of Va.;
Settlement of Jamestown; Origin and Development of
the Monroe Doctrine; also editorial articles for Rail-
road Gazette, etc. Democrat. Episcopalian. Mem.
N. Y. State Bar Ass'n, Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., Va.
Hist. Soc. Pres. Staten Island Ass'n Arts and Sciences;
trustee N. Y. Southern Soc; mem. N. Y. Soc, Colonial
Wars, Va. Soc. of the Cincinnati, Sons of Revolution;
Nat. Civic Federation, Nat. Geog. Soc, Mem. Council,
"The Virginians" of N. Y. Vestryman Christ Ch., New
Brighton, S. I. Club: Tliehmond County Country,
Fort Orange (Albany). Address: 75 St. Mark's PI.,
New Brighton, S. I., N. Y.


Lawyer; b. New Orleans, La., Feb. 15, 1S70; s.
Thomas Levingston and Anna Maria (Gayle) Bayne;
mad. Yale, A.B., 1892; Tulane Univ., LL.B., 1894; m.
S. Manchester, Conn., Oct. 8, 1895, Helen, d. Knight
Dexter Cheney; children: Helen, b. 1897; Elizabeth
Cheney, b. 1899. Mem. law firm Strong & Cadwalader.
Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y. ; Skull and Bones of
Yale, K. O. A. of Phillips Acad., Andover, Mass.; Kappa
Alpha of Tulane Univ., New Orleans. Clubs: Univer-
sity, Yale, Metropolitan, Mid-day, Knollwood Country
(White Plains, N. Y.); Graduates (New Haven). Resi-
dence: 107 E. 71st St., N. Y. City. Address: 40 Wall
St., N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Ulster, Ireland, 1884; s. Peter and Mar-
garet Bayne; ed. Royal Acad. Sch., Queen's Coll., Bel-
fast, Ireland; m. N. Y. City, Oct., 1874, Emily Kelsey.
Began business life in office of Sir James Hamilton, Bel-
fast, and later became a linen mf'r in Belfast. Came
to U. S., 1869, and went to oil regions in Pa., 1870,
drilling 400 wells there. Made tour of world, 1S74-
1875. Organized First Nat. Bank of Bradford, Pa.,
becoming pres.; subsequently organized nat. banks
in Texas, Kan., Miss., Minn, and Ohio. Organized Sea-
board Nat. Bank, N. Y., 1883, and now its pres.; treas.
Produce Exchange Deposit Vaults; pres. Atlas Im-
provement Co., Riverside Drive Property Ass'n.
Author: Pith of Astronomy, 1896; On an Irish Jaunt-
ing Car Through Donegal and Connemara, 1902:
Quicksteps through Scandinavia, 1908; Fantasy of
Mediterranean Travel, 1909. Mem. N. Y. Athletic
Club. Residence: (winter) Riverside Drive and 108th
St., N. Y. City; (summer) White Plains, N. Y. Ad-
dress: 18 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Sculptor; b. San Francisco, Calif., May 23, 1881; s.
Chillion and Elizabeth (Ferris) Beach; ed. San Fran-
cisco, Paris, Rome; m. Aug. 11, 1910, Eleanor H. Mur-
dock. Mem. Architectural League of X. Y., Am.
Numismatic Soc, Nat. Sculpture Soc. Asso. Nat. Acad,
of Design. Residence: 80 W. 92d St. Address: 207
E. 17th St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. New Britain, " Conn., May 19, 1857; s.
David Hubbard and Orinda Janette (Ticknor) Beach;
grad. Phillips Acad., Andover, class orator (founder
of The Phillipian at Andover); Trinity Coll., B.A..
(class orator Jackson Philos. prize, and gold medalist
in competition, 1883); m. 1st, Katherine G. (deceased),
d. Gov. Richard D. Hubbard, of Hartford. Conn.; 2d,

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