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Banker, mf'r; b. Sewickley, Pa., Sept. 2, 1863; s.
Charles and Jeannie (Baird) McKnight; ed. Grammar
high sch. of Sewickley and Philadephia; m. Oct 31,
1888, Eliza C. Wilson. Pres. Western Nat. Bank, Pitts-
burgh: Carbon Steel Co., Pittsburgh; Pittsburgh Clear-

ing House Ass'n, Western Coke Co.; treas. Pittsburgh
Iron & Steel Foundries Co.; dir. Westinghouse Air
Brake Co. Republican; Presby'n. Clubs: Duquesne,
Pittsburgh, Allegheny Country (Pittsburgh), Metro-
politan, Union League, Recess, Players (N. Y.), Met-
ropolitan (Washington, D. C). Residence: Sewickley,
Pa. Address: 901 Penn Av., Pittsburgh, Pa.

Mcknight, charles Hamilton

Clergyman; b. Springfield, Mass.; s. George Hamilton
and Julia Elizabeth (Pitkin) McKnight; ed. Elmira
Acad., Hobart Coll., Cornell Univ., LL.B.. 1891; grad.
Gen. Theol. Sem., 1897. In ministry of Episcopal Ch.
as deacon 1897, priest 1898; rector Trinity Ch., Elmira.
N. Y., 1905-1910; now chaplain and master In history,
St. John's Mil. Sch., Manlius, N. Y. Chaplain Newtown
Battle Chapter. S. A. R. Republican. Mem. Kappa
Alpha Soc. Address: Manlius, N. Y.

Mcknight, h. stewart

Lawyer; b. Jackson Hall, Pa Oct. 20, 1864; s. John
and Sarah (Maxwell) McKnight; ed. Chambersburg
Acad., Pa. Coll., Gettysburg, Pa.; grad. Columbia
Univ., Wash., D. C. D.B., L.M.; m. N. Y. City, June 8,
1901, Frances W. Oakey; children: Francis Allen, b.
Sept. 3, 1902; John Oakey, b. Apr. 1, 1904; Maxwell
Stewart, b. Sept. 31, 1910. Judge of Sp'l Sessions, town
of Flushing, 1S94. Served as a trooper Troop C, Cav.,
War with Spain in Porto Rico Campaign, the Battle
of Coamo, Aug. 9, 1898; skirmishes in Aibonito Pass
Aug. 9, 1898. Pres. McKnight Realty Co., Bay View
Realty Co., Crotcheron Height Realty Co., Sec. White-
stone Realty Co., Cedarhurst North Realty Co., Elm-
hurst South Realty Co., Villa Park Ass'n. Great Neck,
Murray Heights Co., officer and dir. in 14 subsidiary
co's of McKnight Realty Co. Republican; Episcopa-
lian. Mem. Assembly State of N. Y., 1896-1897, N. Y.
County Lawyers' Ass'n, Queens County Bar Ass'n,
Real Estate Exchange of L. I. (ex-pres.), Soc. of West
Va., Xi Chapter Phi Gamma Delta (Pa. Coll.). Recrea-
tions: Yachting golf, automobiling, horseback riding.
Clubs: Bayside Yacht, Great Neck Golf, Men's (Bay-
side), 3d Ward Republican. Address: Bayside, Queens
County, N. Y.

Mcknight, john calvin

Real estate pTes.; b. Jackson Hall, Franklin Co., Pa..
Mar. 9, 1868; s. John and Sarah (Maxwell) McKnight;
ed. public sch. Chambersburg, Pa., and N. Y. Univ. Law
Sch.; m. Bayside, L. I., June 2, 1898, Mary A. Hendrick-
son; children: Mary C, b. Feb. 6, 1903; John C, b. Aug.
6. 1909. In 1905 visited Japan, Corea, Manchuria,
China, as sec. to E. H. Harriman, in 1909 Europe, Eng-
land, France, Belgium, Holland and all parts of the
U. S. and Canada during past 10 years. Sec. to Thos.
C. Piatt and Chas. W. Hackett (chm'n of Republican
State Com.). 1894-1S97; sec. to Benjamin B. Odell, Jr.
(chm'n of Republican State Com. and Gov. of N. Y.),
1897-1904. V.-p. McKnight Realty (pres.); Bayside-
Flushing Co.; Lawrence Manor Co., Villa Park Ass'n
of Great Neck. Cedarhurst North Realty Co., Bowne
Park Realtv Co., Whitestone Realty Co.. Murray
Heights Rea'lty Co. Mem. West Virginia Soc. Clubs:
Union League, Republican, Bayside Yacht, Albany.
Residence: Bayside, L. I. Address: 347 Fifth Av., N. Y.

Mcknight, john w.

State senator; b Castleton, N. Y., Dec. 11, 1879; s.
John W. McKnight; ed. public schs. Engaged In vari-
ous enterprises with father and brother; with N. Y.
Central & Hudson River R. R. Co., since 1903. Elected
supervisor of Schodaok 1911, and State senator, 1912;
mem. Corns on Railroads. Canals, Public Health, Com-
merce and Navigation; chm'n Com. on Printed and En-
grossed Bills. Democrat. Royal Arch Mason. Odd
Fellow; served several years as treas. J. W. McKnight
Hose Co. Address: Castleton, N. Y.


Physician (retired); b. N. Y. City, Aug. 19, 1839; s.
James Woods and Ann Huntington (Richards) Mc-
Lane; ed. Phillips Acad., Andover, Mass.. Yale Univ.,
B.A.. 1861; Coll. Phys and Surg., N. Y. City. M.D., 1864;
m. Roxbury, Mass., 1866, Adelaide Lewis Richards;
children: James Woods, Jr., b. 1870; Guy Richards, b.
1873; Thomas Sabine, >b. 1876. Engaged in practice of
medicine. Formerly prof, obstetrics, Coll. Phys. and
Surg., N. Y. ; attending physician to N. Y., St. Luke's
Nursery and Child's and Sloan Maternity Hosps. Pres.
Coll. Phys. and Surg. (Columbia Univ.); pres. and
trustee Roosevelt Hosp., N. Y. City. Dir. Jeremiah
Skidmore's Sons. Republican; Presby'n. Mem. Acad,
of Medicine. Recreations: Farming, travel. Club: Union
League. Summer residence: New Canaan, Conn. Ad-
dress: 107 E. 38th St., N. Y. City.

Pres. Jeremiah Skidmore's Sons, Inc. (coal dealers);
b. N. Y. City, April 26, 1876; s. James Woods (M. D.)



and Adelaide Lewis (Richards) McLane; gTad. Yale
Univ., B.A., 1898; m. N. Y. City, Feb. 3, 1903, Mary Con-
stance Greer; children: William Lawrence, b. 1904-
Constance Greer, b. 1906. Entered employment of N.
Y. Central & Hudson River R. R. Co. upon graduation 1
elected ass't treas., 1902; resigned to become pres. and
dir. Jeremiah Skidmore's Sons Corp'n, Sept., 1903. Re-
publican; Episcopalian. Club: Yale. Residence: 47 E
80th St. Address: 137 Fourth Av., N. Y. City.


Clergyman; b. Caledonia, N. Y., Mar. 7, 1834; s. Rev
Donald Campbell Mac Laren, D. D., and Jane (Steven-
son) Mac Laren; prepared for Coll. at Cambridge, N. Y.,
Washington Acad., grad. Union Coll. 1853, and Prince-
ton Theol. Sem. 1857; m. Princeton, N. J., 1858, Eliza-
beth Stockton Greene (died Sept. 20, 1906); children:
Donald Campbell, b. July 13, 1859 (Pres. Mackenzie
Coll., San Panto, Brazil); Mrs. Anna Green Robinson,
b. July 5, 1861; Mrs. Elizabeth S. Simons, b. Aug. 28,
1863; William Stevenson, M. D., b. Jan. 1, 1S66; Mal-
colm, b. June 21, 1869 (prof. elec. eng'ring, Princeton
Univ.); Mrs. Alice Southgate, b. Mar., 1872; Mrs. Isa-
bella W. Smith, b. Aug. 14, 1S74. Pastor Tennent
Presby'n Ch., Freehold, N. J., 1857-1862; comm'd bv
Pres. Lincoln, chaplain U. S. N., 1863. Served two
years as acting prof, of Ethics and English studies.
Naval Acad, (located at Newport during the Civil
War); later chaplain of the U. S. Naval Acad., Annapo-
lis, Md., 3 years; served on flag ships of Atlantic and
Pacific Squadrons, and at various shore stations;
placed on retired list, with rank of rear admiral,
having reached retiring age, 1898. Republican;
Presby'n. Mem. Loyal Legion, Phi Beta Kappa Soc.
Recreation: Golf. Address: Princeton, N. J.

Mclaughlin, Chester b.

Jurist; b. Moriah, N. Y., Feb. 10, 1857; s. Lyman and
Harriet C. McLaughlin; grad. Univ. of Vt, 1879; Mid-
dlebury. Coll., LL.D., 1901; m. Port Henry, N. Y., 1886,
Lucy Warner. Admitted to bar 1881; county judge and
surrogate Essex Co., N. Y., 1891-1895; justice Supreme
Court of N. Y., 1896-1898; appt'd, 1898, asso. justice
Supreme Court, Appellate Div., First Dep't, Jan. 1, 1898,
for term expiring 1923. Republican. Mem. Univ. of Vt
Alumni Ass'n. Clubs: University, Century, Lotos, West
Side Republican, Manhattan. Residence: The Belnord.
N. Y. City.

Mclaughlin, george

Lawyer; sec. State Comm'n of Prisons; b. Roscoe,
Ohio, Mar. 27, 1841; s. George and Catharine (Lynch)
McLaughlin; ed. Wellough'by Inst., Ohio, Allegheny
Coll., Pa., A.B., 1864, A.M., 1867; m. Bloomingburgh,
N. Y., Mar. 15, 1870, Alice Eugenia Brown; children:
George Lewis, b. 1871; Harry Brown, b. 1876; Samuel
Sears, b. 1879; James Elliot, b. 1886; Marcia, b. 1889.
Admitted to bar, Painesville, Ohio, 1867; moved to N
Y. State 1869; railroad constructor, 1869-1870- mer-
chant, 1871-1873; lawyer at Monticello, N. Y., 1873-
1898; mem. N. Y. Assembly, 1897-1898 (chm'n Com.
Privileges and Elections) since Jan. 1, 1899; sec. State
Comm'r of Prisons. In 1905 was sec. N. Y. Prison
Improvement Comm'n and of the Sixth N. Y. State
Privileges and Elections), since Jan. 1. 1899; sec. State
Conf. Charities and Correction; since 1906 sec. N.Y.
Comm'n on New Prisons. Republican; Methodist.
Mem. N.Y. State Bar Ass'n. Address: 186 Lancaster
St., Albany, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. New Hartford, N.Y., 1837; s. Charles
and Harriet (Waters) MadLean; grad. Yale, A.B., 1864-
post-grad, studies in Univ. of Berlin; studied law
and was admitted to the bar; m. Marie Mott. Prac-
tised in N. Y. City until 1895. Was active in politics
as a Democrat; police comm'r N. Y. City 1879-1880 and
1888-1894; pres. B'd of Police Comm'rs, 1889-1890;
park comm'r, 1S80-1S83; health comm'r, 1889-1890;
elected Nov., 1889, a justice of the Supreme Court of
N. Y. for the First Dist. for term expiring Dec. 31,
1909. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., Yale Alumni
Ass'n. Clubs: .Manhattan, National Democratic, Law-
yers, Barnard, Lotos, Reform, N. Y. Press, German
Press. Residence: 2122 Fifth Av. Address: 55 Lib-
erty St., N.Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Rahway, N.J., Sept. 19, 1852; s. George
Washington and Rebecca Jackson (McCormick) Mc-
Lean; ed. Bel Air Acad. (Md.) and privatelv; grad.
Columbia Coll., LL.B., 1873; m. April 24, 1883, Emily
Nelson Ritchie. Admitted to bar N. Y., 1872, Supreme
Court of U. S., 1897; elected, Alderman, N. Y. City, 1881;
U. S. gen. appraiser, 18S9-1893; candidate for judge of
City Court of N. Y.. 1892. Progressive; Episcopalian.
Dir. Guanajuato Consolidated Mining and Milling Co.
Mem. Am. Bar Ass'n, N.Y. State Bar Ass'n, Ass'n Bar

City of N.Y., "Veteran Corps of Art'y, Soc. War of 1812,
N.Y. Hist. Soc, Am. Geog. Soc. Clubs: University
(Washington, D. C). Residence: 186 Lenox Av. Ad-
dress: 27 William St., N.Y. City.



Pres.-gen. Daughters Am. Revolution; b. Prospect
Hall, Frederick, Md., Jan. 28, 1859; d. Judge John and
Betty Ritchie; grad. Frederick Sem. (now Woman's
Coll.), June, 1873; post-grad, courses, language, his-
tory and mathematics; m. 1883, Donald McLean, of
N.Y. City; three daughters; N.Y. State Comm'r to
Jamestown Exposition, 1907. Address: 186 Lenox AV.,
N. Y. City.


Banker, broker; b. Pittsburgh, Pa., April 5, 1842;
s. Samuel, Jr., and Susanna (Ritcher) MacLean; at-
tended Western Univ of Pa., Phillips Acad., Andover,
Mass., 1861: Yale Univ., 1865; m. 1st, N.H., Henrietta
Thornben Wood (died 1869); 2nd, Allegheny, Pa.,
Esther Stockton Schoonmaker (died 1906); children:
Henry Wood, b. 1S65, Florence Henrietta (wife
Thomas W. McMullan, Belfast), b. 1867. Mem. firm
Samuel MacLean & Co., U. S. fiscal agents for many
established ry's, cities, counties and public utility
issues, with offices in N. Y., Pittsburgh and London.
Financial contb'r to many home and foreign publica-
tions, including Wall Street Journal and The Albion,
N. Y. Whig. Republican; Presby'n. Recreations: Gym-
nastics, golf. Residence: 105 Church R'd. Richmond.
Surrey, England. Address: 39 Broad St., N.Y. City.


Architect; b. Bloomfield, N. J., 1874; s. Charles Wood-
berry and Elizabeth M. (Nye) McLellan; ed. Cutler's
Sch. ; grad. Columbia Univ., B.S., 1898; Ecole des Beaux
Arts, Paris; Diplome par le Government Frangaise; m.
Lancaster, Pa., 1902, Margaret A. Bowman; children:
Dorothy, b. in Paris, 1904; Charles Woodberry, b. 1907.
Engaged in gen. practice of architecture, N. Y. City.
Traveled extensively in Europe, 1897-1904. Mem. firm
Dillon, McLellan and Beadel, architects. Mem. Societe
des Architects Diplomes, Pari3 Soc. Beaux Arts Ar-
chitects, N. Y. Hist. Soc, Soc. War 1812, Societe Jean
Jacques Rousseau, Lincoln Fellowship, Lake Cham-
plain Ass'n. Clubs: Columbia Univ., Univ of Montreal,
Bayside Yacht. Summer home: Champlain N. Y. Ad-
dress: 3 W. 29th St., N. Y. City.


Clergyman; b. P. E. I., Can., 1867; s. Donald and Ann
(MacKenzie) MacLeod; grad. Dalhousie Coll., Halifax,
N. 8., A.B., 1887, Princeton Univ., A.M., 1890; m. Ches-
ter, Pa., 1898, Edith Norton Wilson; children: Blake-
ley, b. 1899; Jean, b. 1904. Pastor Collegiate Ch. of
St. Nicholas, N. Y. City, since 1910. Author: Heavenly
Harmonies, Earthly 'Discords. Culture of Simplicity, A
Comfortable Faith, The Unsearchable Riches, Fra-
grance of Christian Ideals. Recreation: Golfing. Resi-
dence: 151 Central Park W. Address: 1 W. 48th St.,
N. Y. City.


Mf'r; b. Ireland, Aug. 10, 1852; s. Robert and Mary
(Morrison) McLoughlin; ed. public schs.; m. Utica, N.
Y., 1S76, Cornelia H. Pratt; children: Ray Pratt, Anna
Mabel, Cornelia. Treas. and rng'r Mohawk Valley Cap
Factory, La Tosca Knitting Co., dir. Roberts-Wicks
Co., Oneida Nat. Bank, Rightsize Underwear Co. Re-
publican; Episcopalian. Trustee Foxton Hosp. Clubs:
Ft. Schuyler, Yahnundasis Golf, Utica Curling, Repub-
lican, Rome (Rome). Residence: 52 Howard Av. Ad-
dress: Park Av., Broad and Catherine Sts., Utica, N. Y*.


Educator; b. Ontonagon, Mich., Jan. 19, 1863; s. Dr
Lewis and Sarah A. (Doty) McLouth; ed. Mich. State
Normal Coll., Univ. of Mich. A.B., Univs. of Leipzig,
Heidelberg and Munich; m. 1888, Martha L. Robinson;
one d., Carol, b. March 26, 1910. Prin. Danville (111.)
High Sch., instr. in German, Univ. of Mich., now prof,
of German, N. Y. Univ. Independent Republican. Mem.
Zeta Psi fraternity, Modern Language Ass'n. Recrea-
tions: Tennis, motor boating. Club: Century. Ad-
dress: Schwab House, University Heights, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Ohio, 1S63; grad. Princeton Univ., A.B.,
18S4; Columbia Law Sch. Traveled and studied abroad;
engaged in general law practice in N. Y. City. Inde-
pendent Democrat in national politics; active in efforts
for securing non-partisan business administration of
city affairs (on Com. of Seventy, etc.); mem. Ass'n Bar
City of N. Y. and N. Y. State Bar Ass'n. Trustee Skin
and Cancer Hosp. Recreations: Music, languages



and pedestrianism. Clubs: University, City, Prince-
ton. Residence: 2S W. 39th St. Address: 165 B'way,
N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, March 17, 1871; s. Patrick
and Mary E. P. (Cruise) McManus; ed. N. Y. public
sens., Coll. of St. Francis Xavier, N. Y. City, N. Y.
Univ. Law Sen., LL.B.; m. 1st, N. Y. City, Nov. 23, 1S96,
Agnes Wall ulied Sept. 28, 1897); 2d, Providence, R. I..
June 27, 1900, Mary Eleanor Lynn; children: Helen
Wall, b. Sept. 18, 1897; John Lynn, b. Aug. 11, 1901:
Robert Cruise, b. April 16, 1903; Donald Fox, b. Oct. 7,
1909; Maureen Eleanor, b. Oct. 21, 1911. Admitted to
N. Y. Bar, June, 1892; ass't dist. att'y N. Y. County,
under John R. Fellows, 1S95-1897 .(in charge of Grand
Jurv and Extradition Dep't) ; associate-, 1 with Abraham
Gru'ber and William H. Bonynge in practise of law,
1897, later Black, Olcott, Gruber & Bonynge, now
Olcott, Gru-ber, Bonynge and McManus; counsel in
Thaw case, Molineux case, Patrick case, and many
other of most important litigations in civil and crim-
inal courts in recent years. V.-p. and dir. Crescent Hill
Improvement Co.; sec. and dir. Herzig Ernst Realty-
Co. Democrat. Mem. N. Y. County Lawyers' Ass'n,
Am. Bar Ass'n, Am. Acad. Polit. and Social Science,
Knights of Columbus, Friendly Sons of St. Patrick.
Clubs: Manhattan, Arkwright, Catholic, Hackensack
Golf. Residence: 450 Summit Av., Hackensack, N. J.
Address: 170 Broadway, N. Y. City.

McMillan, francis wetmore

Born Detroit, Mich., Aug. 5, 1S74; s. James and Mary
L. (Wetmore) McMillan; grad. Sheffield Scientific Sch.,
Ph.B., 1907; m. Nov. 11, 1S96, Florence C. Lewis. Mem.
Delta Psi fraternity, Kappa Omega Alpha. Clubs:
Yale, American Yacht (Rye, N. Y.), University (De-
troit, Mich.), Union League (New Haven, Conn.). Ad-
dress: The Langham, Central Park W., and 73d St.,
N. Y. City.


Phvsician and surgeon; b. Williamstown, N. Y. ; d.
Hiram and Delia (Fish) Taylor; ed. Oswego (N. 1.)
Normal and Training Sch., Northwestern Univ. Med.
Coll for Women; m. Chicago, 1S94, Newton Macmillan
Engaged in practice of medicine from graduation. Gy-
necologist to N. Y. Infirmary for Women and Children.
Mem. N. Y. Woman's Med. Ass'n, Am. Med Ass'n, N. Y.
State Med. Soc, N. Y. County Med. Soc Recreations:
Swimming and walking. Address: 251 W. 97th St., N.
Y. City.


Newspaper writer; b. Belfast. Ireland, Jan. 9, 184S; s.
John and Sarah (Osborne) McMillen; ed. public schools
of Albanv and Troy, N. Y.; m. Troy, N. Y., July 24. 1S73,
Harriet Bumstead; children: Henrv O, John F., Eleanor
M., Florence L. In city dep't, Troy Times, 1S69-1875;
editor and editor-in-chief Troy Press, 1875-1S92; then
editorial writer N. Y. Mail and Express; has contrib-
uted largely to other periodicals; since 1S95. deputy su-
pervisor of Citv Records, N. Y.; traveled extensively in
Europe and throughout U. S. and Canada. City clerk
of Trov. N. Y., 1873-1S74. Mem. N. Y. State Editorial
Ass'n, Rensselaer Co., Soc. in City of N. Y. Residence:
1 W. 101st St. Address: 21 Park Row, N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Ewington, O., ApTil 16, 1S44; ed. in public
schools; married; children: Maude, Marion (Y r ale 1900).
Served in Union Army during the Civil War; subse-
quently became connected with a firm building gas
works at Ironton, O, and after completion of these
was made their mg'r. After living thirteen years at
Columbus. O., went to N. Y. City, where established
banking firm of Emerson McMillin & Co. Pres. and dir.
Am. Light and Traction Co., Binghamton Gas Works,
Consolidated Gas Co. of N. J., Detroit City Gas Works,
Milwaukee Gas Light Co., Montgomery Light and
Water Power Co., St. Joseph Gas Co , St. Paul (Minn.)
Gas Light Co., San Antonio Gas and Electric Co., San
Antonio Traction Co., Southern Light and Traction
Co., Western Gas Co.; v.-p. and dir. Grand Rapids Gas
Light Co., Muskegon Traction and Lighting Co.; chm'n
B'd of Dir's Denver Gas and Electric Co., Jacques Car-
tier Water Power Co.; dir. Am. Coal Products Co.,
Capital Citv Bank (Columbus, O.), Consolidated Rubber
Tire Co., Lincoln Gas and Electric Light Co., Michigan
Light Co., Nat. Surety Co. Clubs: Lotos. Union League,
Lawyers, Armv and Navy. Engineers, N. Y. Athletic,
Ardslev, National Arts. Residence: Riverside Drive
and 104th St. Address: 40 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Educator; b. Crawfordsville, Ind., 1S62; s. F. M. and
Charlotte (Underwood) McMurry; grad. Univ. of Jena,

Germany, Ph.D., 1SS9; m. 1894, Elizabeth Lindley, of
Fredericktown, O. L'rof. Elementary Education, Teach-
ers Coll.. Columbia Univ. Address: 9 Hillside Drive,
Yonkers, N. Y.


Banker; b. 1S50. Entered banking house of Jay
Cooke & Co., Washington, D. C, in 1865; became
cashier of Hank of Warsaw, Warsaw, N. Y., 1S72.
afterwards pres.; removed to Buffalo, N. Y., 1S9S, and
engaged in private banking. Became pres. Common-
wealth Trust Co.. Buffalo, upon its org'n, 1903. Mem.
Soc. Colonial Wars; v.-p. Buffalo Chapter, S. A. R.;
mem. Buffalo Hist. Soc, Nat. Geog. Soc, Washington,
D. C. Club*: Independent (pres.), Buffalo. Address:
Commonwealth Trust Co., Buffalo, N. Y.


Clergyman; b. Hooart, N. Y Sept. 29, 1865; s. Rob-
ert and Frances L. (Kilpatrick) MacNaught; ed. Del-
aware Acad., Delhi, N. Y.; St. Stephen's Coll., Annan-
dale N. Y".; Berkeley Divinity Sch., Middletown, Conn.;
m. Hartford, Conn., Jan. 22, 1903, Jessie B. Blakeslee;
children: Frances E., b. 1904; Miriam E., b. 1908.
Curate at St. Andrew's Ch., Meriden, Conn., 1893-1S96;
in charge Grace Chapel, Hartford. Conn., 1896-1903;
since 1903, vicar of All Saints' Ch., Harrison, N. Y.
Independent in politics. Mem. Berkeley Alumni Ass n
and Berkeley Alumni Ass'n Diocese of N. Y., St.
Stephen's Alumni Ass'n, S. A. R., Sigma Alpha Epsilon
fraternitv, Aranac Athletic Ass'n of Harrison. Ad-
dress: All Saints' Rectory, Harrison, N. Y.


Sculptor; b. Chicago, 111., Jan. 15, 1871; d. Alden F.
and Ellen W. Brooks; ed. in Chicago schools and Chi-
cago Art Inst.; student of Lorado Taft, Chicago; also
studied in Paris under Frederick MaoMonnies and
Inialbert; m. Chicago, 111., Dec. 25, 1895, Hermon At-
kins MacNeil, sculptor. Exhibited in World's Colum-
bian Exp'n, 1S93, and in the Paris salons, 1894, 1895.
1900- Paris Exp'n, 1900 (hon. mention); Louisiana
Purchase Exp'n, 1904 (bronze medal). Mem. Nat
Sculpture Soc. Address: College Point, L. I., N. Y.


Sculptor, teacher; b. Everett, Mass., 1866; s. John
Clinton and Mary Lash (Pratt) MaeN'eil; ed. Mass.
Normal Art Sch., Aeademie Julian, and Ecole des
Beaux Arts, Paris, and Roman Rhinehart scholarship
for 4 years; m. Chicago, 111., 1S95, Carol Louise Brooks.
Taught at Art Inst., Chicago, Cornell Univ.; now teach-
er at Nat Acad. Design. Has done important decora-
tive work at Paris Exp'n, 1900; spandrils on U. S.
building Pan-Am. Exp'n, 1901, group, Despotism, and
tympanum of Ethnological Bld'g; St. Louis Exp'n, 1904,
main cascade; MoKinley Memorial at Columbus, Ohio;
works located at Art Inst., Chicago; Peabody Inst..
Baltimore, Cornell Univ.; Portland, Ore.; Chicago, 111.;
Montclair, N. J., Soldiers and Sailors' Memorial, Whit-
insville, Mass.; Civil War Memorial, Albany, N. Y.
Mem. Designers' medal at Chicago, silver medal, Paris,
1900, and Charleston Exp'n, 1902; gold medal, Pan-Am
Exp'n, 1901; mem. Interrat. Jury, commemorative gold
medal, La. Purchase Exp'n, 1904. Academician, Nat.
Acad. Design; mem. Soc. Am. Artists, Nat. Sculptors
Soc. Architectural League, -Municipal Art Soc. Clubs:
National Arts, Century Ass'n. Residence and studio:
College Point, Long Island. Address: 160 5th Av.,
N. Y. City.


Auditor, statistician, appraiser; b. Brockton, Mass..
Jan. 21, 1876; s. Robert G. S. and Ellen L. (Coe) Mac-
Neille; grad. Hotchkiss Sch., Lakeville, Conn., (sp'l
honors), Yale Coll., A.B., 1897 (special honors in :J
depts.), Fellowship in academic dept.; m. N. Y. City,
April 26. 1906, Ada L. Merrall. Engaged with Internat.
Paper Co. as statistician, 1898; successively chief of
bureau of statistics, mg'r statistical, cost and pay
dep'ts of companv; auditor of company since 190.i;
v.-p. and director The Investor's Agency, Inc. Made
investigation of Am. Ice Co. for att'y-gen. State of
N. Y. ; was retained by U. 9. comm'r of corp'ns for
special investigations Standard Oil Co. and Am. To-
bacco Co., hv U. S. dist. att'y for auditing and investi-
gating accounts of Am. Sugar Refining Co. and Ar-
buckle Bros., bv att'y-gen. of N. Y. State to brief facts
in U. S. Circuit Court, Case of Consolidated Gas Co.,
against State and City of N*. Y. in connection with 80-
cent Gas Law: retained by mayor and corporation
counsel of N. Y. Citv in investigation of accounts of
the president of the Borough of Bronx, and previously
(with partner, Marvyn Scudder) in similar investiga-
tion of pres. of Borough of Manhattan; installed com-
plete system of accounting, bookkeeping and financial
statements for Public Service Comm'n, and employed
in many investigations, audits and reports for corp'ns.



Arms and officials. Has traveled and toured exten-
sively in automobile in Europe. Mem. Conn. Naval
Reserve, 1897-1898; petty officer, Spanish-Am. War,
U. S. monitor Wyandotte; N. T. Naval Reserve, 2d
Battalion, petty officer, 1900-1903; mem. faculty N. Y.
Univ., Sen. of Commerce, lecturing on business org'n
and mg'mt, 1904-1!)06; mem. faculty Wharton Sen. of
Commerce and Finance, Univ. of Pa., lecturing in
similar courses during the same period. Republican;
Congregationalism Mem. Soc of Mayflower Descend-
ants, Sons of Revolution, Am. Economic Ass'n, Phi
Beta Kappa, Zeta Psi fraternity. Clubs: Union League,
Automobile of America, Yale, N. Y. Athletic, Crescent
Athletic, -Graduates. Address: 55 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Capitalist; b. Washington, D. C, 1860; s. Thomas S.
and Emily S. McNeir; ed. Washington, D. C; m. Kala-
mazoo, Mich., 1881, Meda Burrows. V.-p. and dir, W.
& J. Sloane; v.-p. Bank of the Metropolis; trustee
Bowery Savings Bank; v.-p. and dir. McCleary, Wallin
& Crouse (Amsterdam, N. Y.), Nairn Linoleum Co.
(Kearney, N. Y.), Shuttleworth Bros. Co. (Amsterdam,
N. Y.), dir. C. H. Masland & Sons, (Philadelphia), Wil-
low Grass R'y Co. (Green Bay, Wis), Duplex Engine
Governor Co. (N. Y.). Residence: Briarcliff Manor,
N. Y. Address: 575 Fifth Av., N. Y. City.


Physician; b. in Nova Scotia, Dec. 6, 1871; e. James

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