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Univ., M.D., 1881; m. Mexico, N. Y., May 15, 1884, Ger-
trude R. Stone (died June 23, 1908); children: Robert
Barton, b. 1885; Charles Stone, b. 1S92; Vincent Stone,
b. 1894; Fayette Hamilton, Jr., b. 1899. Resident sur-
geon N. Y. State Emigrant Hosp., 1S81-18S3; practising
at Clinton, N. Y., 1883-1895; at Utica, N. Y., since April,
1895; U. S. pension examiner, 1890-1894 and 1900-1909;
visiting surgeon St. Luke's Hosp., Utica, since 1895;
gynecologist, Utica Gen. Hosp., to 1907; pres. med.
staff, Utica Gen. Hosp.; alternate surgeon, N. Y. Cen-
tral & Hudson River R R., since 1904; chief surgeon,
Utica & Mohawk Valley R'y Co.; health officer of
Utica since 1907. Republican; Presby'n. Mem. Oneida
Co. Med. Sec, Utica Med. Library Ass'n, Med. Soc. State
of N. Y., Oneida Co. Hist. Soc, Utica Game and Fish
Protective Ass'n, Brown's Tract Guide Ass'n. Clubs:
Fort Schuyler, Yahnundasis Golf. Address: 13 Plant
St., Utica, N. Y.


Educator, author, editor, lexicographical expert; o.
Stamford, Conn., Nov. 24, 1856; s. Harry and Harriet E.
(Thurston) Peck; ed. private schs., Columbia Univ..
A.B., 1881, A.M., 1882, L.H.D., Bh.D.. LL.D.; also studied
in Berlin, Paris, Rome (LL.D., Alfred Univ., 1903); m.
April 26, 1882, Cornelia Mackay Dawbarn. Classical
fellow in Columbia Univ., 1881-1883; tutor in Latin,
18S3-1887; acting prof, of Latin, 1887-1888; prof, of
Latin, 18S8-1904; Anthon, 'prof, of Latin language and
literature, 1904-1910; sec. Columlbia Univ. Council,
1893-1894, and of the Coll. Faculty, 1886-1908; one of
founders of Columbia Univ. Press, and trustee, 1900-
1910; lecturer, Barnard Coll., 1893; editor-in-chief,
Bookman, 1895-1902; on editorial staff N. Y. Commer-
cial Advertiser, 1897-1902; on editorial staff Munsey's
Magazine, 1907-1911; editor Columbia Univ. Bulletin,
Internat. Cyclopaedia, 1888-1903; co-editor New In-
ternal Encyclopaedia since 1902, and of 20-volume
edition same work, 1913; editor Classical Studies, 1S94;
co-editor Students' Series of Latin Classics (30 vols.),
1889-1906; editor Appleton's Atlas of the World, 1893;
co-editor of Columbia Univ. series in Classical Phi-
lology, 1900-1910. Author: The Semitic Theory of
Creation, 1883; The Personal Equation, 1897; What is
Good English, 1899; The Adventures of Mabel. 1896:
Hilda and the Wishes, 1897; Greystcne and Porphyry
(poems), 1899; Life of W. H. Prescott, 1905; Twenty
Years of the Republic, 1906; (last edition), 1913;
(French translation, 1909); Commentary on Suetonius
(last edition), 1S93; Latin Pronunciation (last edition),
1892. Translator of Petronius, Trimalchio's Dinner
(from the Latin, with introduction, 1898; last edition,
1908); Harper's Classical Dictionary (last edition,
1897); Masterpieces of Literature, 1899; Literature,
1908; Studies in Several Literatures, 1909; Latin
Literature, 1910; The New Baedeker, 1910; A History of
Classical Philology, 1911; A Websterian Dictionary of
Modern English, 1912 (also the same abridged), 1912;
A Book of Facts, 1912. Has contributed largely to
numerous periodicals and reviews. Democrat; Epis-
copalian. Mem. Nat. Inst. Arts and Letters, The King's
Crown, Royal Soc. of Canada, Am. Acad, of Pollt.
Science, Soc. of the Early Eighties, Phi Beta Kappa
and Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternities. Recreations:
Riding, boatine. travel. Club: Century. Address: 7
W. 43d St., N. Y. City, and Riverside; Conn.


Prof, astronomy; b. Mexico, N. Y., May 4, 1863; s.
Henry Carter and Margaret Augusta (Allen) Peck;
ed. Mexico Acad., Syracuse Univ., A.B., 1885; A.M., 1888;
Univ. of Strassburg, Germany, Ph.D., 1896; m. Syra-

cuse, N. Y., Dec. 22, 1898, Jessie Rankin Tyler. Taught
in public schs., 1879-1881; teacher of mathematics in
Williamsport-Dlckinson Sem., Wllliamsport, Pa., 1885-
1887; instr., 1887, and now prof, astronomy, Syracuse
Univ. Writer of astron. and math, articles in technical
journals. Mem. Astron. and Astrophys. Soc. of Amer-
ica, Deutsche Astronomische Gesellschaft. Methodist.
Club: University. Address: 1206 Harrison St., Syra-
cuse, N. Y.


Export merchant; b. New Britain, Conn., June 30,
1858; s. Charles and Mary Folger (Davis) Peck; grad.
Willlston Sem., East Hampton, Mass., 1877; Yale Coll.,
1881; m. Liverpool, Eng., Jan. 30, 1884 Bertha Thomp-
son Pierce; one d., Elena Mayhew. During 1881-1888
traveled extensively in South America, crossing the
Andes five times; 1909-1910 made trip around the
world; pres. William E. Peck & Co.; dir. Hale Co.
Independent Republican; Congregationalist. Pres. Am.
Exporters' and Importers' Ass'n. Mem. Com. on For-
eign Commerce and the Revenue Laws of N. Y. Cham-
ber of Commerce; trustee United States Savings Bank
City of N. Y Mt. Meigs Colored Inst., Ala.; has deliv-
ered many public addresses on export trade and has
contributed numerous articles on trade topics for vari-
ous publications and the public press. Mem. New Eng-
land Soc, Sons of the Revolution, Delta Kappa Epsilon.
Recreations: Golf_ yachting. Clubs: University. Yale,
Down Town Ass'n, Barnard, Nassau Country, Sachem's
Head Yacht, New Haven Yacht, Graduates, New Britain
Golf (Conn.), Royal Bermuda Yacht, The Pilgrims.
Address: 104 Pearl St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. New Britain, Conn., Oct. 5, 1875; s. John
Hyde and Sarah Frances (Marshall) Peck; grad. Yale
Univ., B.A., 1898; m. Hartford, Conn.. Jan. 14, 1909,
Emma Elizabeth Elmer. Mem. law firm Hunt, Hill &
Betts. Pres. and dir. Howard Realty & Development
Co.; sec Beers Realty Co.; dir. Dilworth. Dock wood &
Co., Remington & Sherman Co.; treas. Garrison Coal
Co. Mem. Soc. of Colonial Wars of N. J., Zeta Psi
Ass'n, Phi Beta Kappa. Address: 165 Broadway, N. Y.


Chemist; b. Fruit Hill, North Providence, R. I., March
26, 1839: s. Charles and Hannah Lapham (Farnum)
Peckham; grad. Brown Univ. (hon. A.M.), 1870; m. 1st,
Providence, R. I., June 13, 1865, Mary Chace Peck;
children: Edward Hall b. April 2, 1886 (died Jan. 31,
1871); Herbert Edmund, b. July 24, 1871 (A.B., Univ.
of Mich., 1894); Anna Hope, b. April 17, 1873; Mary
Wythe, b. March 27 1875; m. 2d, Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug.
1, 1902, Hattie C. Wait Van Buren, A.B., M.D. En-
gaged at petroleum refinery, Providence, R. I., 1861-
1862; chemist, Calif. Petroleum Co.. 1865-1866; Calif.
Geol. Survey, 1867; instr. in chemistry, Brown Univ.,
1S68; prof, chemistry, Washington (Pa.) Coll., 1869;
Me. State Coll., 1870-1871; Buchtel Coll., Akron, O.,
1872; Univ. of Minn. 1873-1880; sp'l agent U. S. Census
on petroleum, 1881-1885; with Union Oil Co., Calif.,
1893-1894; laboratory and expert work on bitumins,
1S94-189S; chemist icomm'r of accounts, N. Y. City,
1898-1908; chemist Dep't of Finance, N. Y. City, 1908.
Was at different periods chemist to State B'd of Health
and to Geol. Survey of Minn. Served in Civil War as
hosp. steward, 7th Reg't, R. I. V.; sec to med. dir. 9th
Army Corps, and in charge of chem. dep't U. S. Army
Laboratory. Unitarian. Fellow A.A.A.S.; mem. N. Y.
Lyceum of Natural History, Am. Chem. Soc, Soc Chem-
ical Industry, Franklin Inst. (Philadelphia), Am.
Philos. Soc, etc. Recreations: Study of botany r min-
eralogy, genealogy and early New England history.
Address: 160 Halsey St., Brooklyn. N. Y.


Educator, lecturer, writer; b. S. Royalton. Mass.,
Aug. 13, 1841; s. Rev. Samuel Howland and Sarah
(Clark) Peckham; ed. Groton Academy, Mass.; grad.
Amherst Coll., A.B., 1S67; A.M., 1873; Union Theol.
Sem. N. Y. City, 1871-1S72; m. Kingston, Mass., 1868,
Katalena Whittier; one d., Mrs. I. P. Pashley. Prin-
cipal Leicester Acad., Mass., 1867-1S68; prof, math-
ematics and astronomy Williston Sem., Mass., 1868-
1870; Adelphi Acad, and Coll., since 1875; prof, physics,
Adelphi Coll., since 1896. Editorial staff Scientific
American since 1897. Lecturer on liquid air and
radium through the country; lecturer B'd of Ed'n,
N. Y. City, in free lectures for the people. Served In
Co. H, 23d Mass. Vols., in Civil War. Traveled around
world 1870-1871; in Europe, 1882, 1S92, 1906 and 1907:
in Alaska. 1909; contb'r to magazines. Republican;
Congregationalist. Mem. Am. Physical Soc, Alpha
Delta Phi.: fellow A.A.A.S.: fellow Brooklyn Inst.;
former pres. Dep't of Physics and Dep't of Photog-



raphy, Brooklyn Post.; commd'r U. S. Giant Post,
G. A. R 1910, N. Y. City. Address: 406 Classon Av..
Brooklyn, N. Y.


Physician, State senator; b. Chatsworth, 111., 1873,
ed. public sens, of Westmoreland, N. Y.; Oakwood
Sem., Union Springs, N. Y.; grad. Baltimore Med. Coll.,
M.D., 1897. Engaged in practise of meaicine at Utica,
N. Y. since 1897. Visiting physician St. Elizabeth's
Hosp., Utica. Appt'd health ofticer of Utica, 1907;
reappt'd 1910; elected State senator from 36th Sen-
atorial Dlst., 1912. Democrat. Mem. Oneida Co. Med.
Soc, Am. Public Health Ass'n, Med. Soc. State of N. Y.
Address: Utica, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Newport, R. I., Feb. 7, 1849; s. William
G. and Alary H. (Perry) Peckham; grad. Harvard Coll.,
1S67; studied at Heidelberg Univ., Germany, receiving
specialist's certificate, 1868-1869; studied law in office
of Joseph Choate; grad. N. Y. Univ. Law Sen.; admitted
to N. Y. Bar, 1870; m. Newport, R. I., 1875, Laura
Thurston; children: Mrs. Mary P. Tubbv, b. 1877; Mrs.
Laura L. Waring; Mrs. Ruth P. Haskell; Paul T., b.
1SS5. Was editor Harvard Collegian and its successor,
Harvard Advocate, while at college; associated with
George William Curtis and Carl Schurz in mn'g inde-
pendent part of Cleveland campaign in 1884; has been
for number of years mem. Com. on Modern History and
Internat. Law at Harvard; represented Northampton
Bank in suits growing out of famous robbery, in which
$2,000,000 were stolen, bringing suits against brokers
and others who had received stolen securities, and
defending suits against bank with unvarying success;
employed in all large elevated railroad suits against
Jay Gould, Russell Sage and August Belmont in N. Y..
and against the elevated roads in Chicago; successively
mem. firms Peckham & Tyler; Peckham Warner &
Perkins; Peckham, Warner & Strong; 'Peckham &
Strong. Democrat; Episcopalian. Mem. Bar Ass'ns
of Union Co. and N. Y. City; lecturer on internat. law
at Univ. of N. C. ; mem. Municipal Art Soc, Alumni
Ass'n of N. Y. Univ., Royal Arcanum. Clubs: Harvard
(N. J., pres.), Nat. Arts, Players, Harvard, Lawyers.
Address: 30 Church St., N. Y. City.


Mathematician, educator; b. N. Y. City, Feb. 12, 1869;
s. Joseph Silvey and Victoria (Cox) Pedersen; ed. pri-
vate German sch.; grad. Coll. City of N. Y, B.S. 1889,
M.S. 1893; Columbia Univ., E.E., 1893; N. Y. Univ., D.Sc,
1905; m. Huletfs Landing, N. Y., 1896, Gertrude Hon!
KitcheH. Ass't elec. eng'r Crocker-Wheeler Co.. 1893-
1899; lecturer on electricity, Pratt Inst., Brooklvn, N.
Y., 1894-1895; tutor mathematics, Coll. City of N. Y.,
1899-1903; instr., 1903-1910; ass't prof., 1910; served
as private, 7th Reg't, N. G. N. Y., 1S89-1S96. Mem. Phi
Beta Kappa Soc, Sigma Psi Soc, Delta Kappa Epsllon
fraternity, Am. Math. Soc, Am. Acad, of Sciences.
Author: The Influence of Molecular Constitution Upon
Internal Friction of Gases, 1906 (D. Van Nostrand).
Recreations: Boating, golfing, tennis. Country resi-
dence: Dannebrog Dodge, Hulett's Landing, N. Y. Ad-
dress: 452 W. 144th St.; City Coll., 138th St. and Am-
sterdam Av., N. Y. City.


Physician, surgeon; b. N. Y. City, Nov. 15, 1867; s.
Joseph Silvey and Victoria (Cox) Pedersen; grad. Trin-
ity Coll. (Hartford), A.B. 1891, A.M. 1896; Columbia
Univ., M.D., 1898; m. Gouverneur, N. Y., Sept. 4, 1900,
Winnifred Laura Hartley. Spent summer of 1887 in
Europe in general travel and summer of 1895 for
study in Med. Sch. at Edinburgh Univ.; purchasing
agent Crocker-Wheeler Electric Co., Ampere, N. J.,
1892-1894; clinical ass't in genito-urinary diseases, N.
Y. Post-Grad. Med. Sch. and Hosp.; physician to N. Y.
Probation Ass'n; visiting genito-urinary surgeon to
People's Hosp.; chief of clinic, Urological Dep't, St.
Mark's Hosp., Out Patient Dep't. Independent in poli-
tics; Episcopalian. Mem. N. Y. Acad, of Medicine, Am.
Med. Ass'n, N. Y. State and Co. Med. Socs., Am. Urolog-
ical Ass'n, West Side Clinical Soc, Soc. of Med. Juris-
prudence, N. Y. Medico-surg. Soc, Soc Alumni N. Y.
Hosp., Clinical Soc. of N. Y. Post-Grad. Med. Sch. and
Hosp., Manhattan Med. Soc., A.A.A.S., Am. Soc of Med.
Economics, Am. Soc. of Moral & Social Prophylaxis,
N. Y. Phvsicians' Ass'n, Yorkville Med. Soc of City of
N. Y., Phi Beta Kappa Soc, Delta Kappa Epsilon fra-
ternity. Editor Medical Epitome Series (Lea Bros. &
Co.). Clubs: Med. Progress, Republican, Columbia
Yacht, New Rochelle Yacht, Columbia Univ. Address:
45 W. 9th St., N. Y. City.


Mining engineer and professor mining; b. N. Y. City;
s Robert and Anne (Westervelt) Peele; grad. Sch. of

.Mines, Columbia Univ., K.M.,; i:n.. ( .,! n profes-
sional work in U. S., Canada, Colombia, Dutch Guiana,
Peru and Bolivia, 1883-1892; made examinations and re-
ports on mining properties, 1888-1892; last two years
spent in service of Peruvian Exploration Syndicate,
Lt'd, London,, a mining org'n allied with Peruvian
corp'n; 1892-1904 adjunct prof, mining; since 1904 prof,
mining, Sch. of Mines, Columbia Univ. Made trip
around the world 1903-1904 Mem. firm Olcott, Corning
<& Peele, consulting mining metallurgical eng'rs, 1900-
1906. Made trip to South Africa, Argentine and Chile,
1910. Republican; Presby'n. Mem. Inst'n of Mining
and Metallurgy, London; Am. Inst, of Mining Eng'rs,
Mining and Metallurgical Soc. of America, Alumni
Ass'n Sch. of Mines Columbia Univ. Club: Century.
Address: Columbia University, N. Y. City.


Civil eng'r; b. Council Bluffs, Iowa, Dec 29, 1855
s. Capt. Benjamin Rush and Mercy Adelaide (Rob-
bins) Pegram; ed. Washington Univ., St. Louis, Mo.
C.E. 1877, A.M. 1905; m. Barrie, Ont., Jessie Merrlelees
d. Dugald Crawford, prominent St. Louis merchant.
Engaged in civil eng'ring from graduation; on con
struction of Utah & Northern R'y in Idaho, 1877-1878
principal ass't to C. Shaler Smith, bridge engineer, 1878-
1880; chief engineer Edge Moor Iron Works, Wilming-
ton, Del., 18S0-1S86; consulting engineer Missouri Pa-
cific R. R., 1S89-1892; chief eng'r Union Pacific system,
1893-1898; Manhattan Elevated R. R., 1898-1903; chief
eng'r Interborough Rapid Transit Co. since 1903, and
also of Rapid Transit Subway Construction Co. since
1905; also of N. Y. R'ys Co. since 1912. Designer Kan-
sas City Elevated R. R. and St. Louis Union Station.
Inventor and patentee "Pegram truss" for bridges; de-
signed and built the combined highway and r'y bridge
at Ft. Smith, Ark., across the Arkansas River. Mem.
Am. Soc. Civil Eng'rs. Clubs: Railroad, Engineers
(N. Y. City). Residence: 587 Riverside Drive. Ad-
dress: 165 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. London, England (Am. parents), Sept. 1,
1869; s. Orlando Almorand and Mary Mann (Sandford)
Pegram; ed. Inst'n Lavanoux, Nanterre, France, 1877-
1879; Holy Communion Ch. Inst., Charleston, S. C,
1879-1885; grad. Hobart Coll., Geneva, N. Y., A.B., cum
laude, 1889, A.M., 1S92; Metropolis Law Sch., N. Y. City,
1893-1895; unmarried; admitted to N. Y. State bar 1895.
Mem. staff law dep't of Lawyers' Title Ins. Co., 1895-
1897; in charge of title dep't of Wilson M. Powell, Esq.,
1S97-1903; engaged in independent practice since 1903.
Mem. N. Y. State Torrens System Comm'n, 1907-1908.
Author: Treatise on Land Title Registration. Inde-
pendent Democrat; Episcopalian. Mem. Hobart Coll.
Alumr.i Ass'n, Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Psi
Alumni Assn's, Southern Soc, The Virginians, Ass'n
Bar City of N. Y., N. Y. County Lawyers' Ass'n, Am.
Bar Ass'n, N. Y. State Bar Ass'n, German Liederkranz.
Recreations: Music, literature and outdoor exercise.
Addess: 26 Exchange Place, N. Y. City.


Illustrator; b. Aug. 21, 1872; s. John P. and Marie
(Wichers) Pehl; ed. pub. schs. of Peoria, 111.; entered
lithographic business at the age of 18; after serving 5
years entered Nat. Acad, of Design, N. Y. City, and
later studied at Brooklyn Inst, of Arts and Sciences;
m. Chicago, 111., 1898, Frances B. Barnett; children:
Howard B., b. 1899; Frances B., b. 1906. Designer of
poster, magazine and book illustrations; is the in-
ventor of type faces and printers' ornaments, notably
of Stillson letter and the Twentieth Century ornaments
now in general use by printers. Recreation: Music
Address: 132 Nassau St., N. Y. City.


Contractor; b. Frankfort, Me.; s. George A. and
Louisa Tenny (Pike) Peirce; ed. public schs. in Maine,
Dummer Acad., Byfield, Mass.; Harvard Law Sch m
1st, 1877, Mary Helen Ward: 2d, 1894, Abby B. Mac-
Knight; children: John Royden, b. 1879'; Louisa T., b.
1882; Mary Helen, 'b. 1,885; Reginald C. M., b. 1887; Ger-
trude, b. 1895. Pres. John Peirce Co.; dir. William
Bradley & Son, Inc., Empire City Marble Co., Mount
Waldo Granite Works, Stony Creek Red Granite Co ,
Interborough Rapid Transit Co., Rapid Transit Subway
Construction Co., Oakland Bayside Realty Co. Con-
gregationalist. Mem. Harvard Law Sch. Ass'n, Maine
Soc; trustee Dummer Acad. Recreations: Yachting,
golf. Clubs: Metropolitan, Manhattan, N. Y. Yacht,
Larchmont Yacht, Columbia Yacht, Lawyers. Resi-
dence: 572 Madison Av. Address: 90 West St., N. Y


Clergyman; b. N. Y. City, Feb. 28, 1864; e. George W.
and Mary (Bruen) Pell; grad. Columbia Univ., class of



1887; m. N. Y. City, June 28, 1897, Cornelia Livingston
Crosby. Has made extensive journeys in U. S., Canada
and Europe; collector of porcelains, and has largest
private collection of European specimens in America
and has contributed largely to collections in Met.
Museum of N. Y. and museums in other cities. Rector
Ch. of the Resurrection, X. Y. City. Address: 929
Fifth Av X. Y. City.


Architect; b. X. Y. City, Sept. 23, 1873; s. Walden and
Melissa A. (Hyatt) Pell; grad. Columbia Univ., Dep't
of Architecture, Ph.B., 1895; awarded McKim Traveling
Scholarship in Architecture in 1899 and spent two
years abroad; m. X. Y. City, 1899, Ellen Van Buren
Morris; children: "Walden, Stuyvesant Morris, Francis
Livingston, Jr. Awarded medal of honor by the Am.
Inst of Architects (X. Y. Chapter) for the Maryland
Institute Building, Baltimore. Mem. ifirm of Pell <&
Corbett, architects. Democrat; 'Episcopalian. Mem.
Delta Psi fraternity, Am. Inst, of Architects, Soc. of
Columbia Univ. Architects. Clubs: St. Anthony, Co-
lumbia University, Rockaway Hunting. Residence:
158 E. 63d St. Address: 122 E. 25th St., X. Y. City.


Insurance, real estate; b. Flushing, L. I., March
19, 1856; s. William Howland and Adelaide Schieffelin
(Ferris) Pell; ed. pub. and private schs; student Sch.
of Mines, Columbia Coll.; m. X. Y. City, April 12,
18S7, Almy Goelet Gallatin; children; Gladys A. H.,
Howland Gallatin. After leaving school entered the
service of the Highlands Chem. and Mining Co.; in
1887 engaged with the Commercial Union Assurance
Ass'n, cashier for 10 years; in 1888 was app'td local
agent for that company and also for the Liverpool
and London and Globe Ins. Co., the agency having
been established in this country ] bv his uncle, Alfred
Pell, in 1848; veteran Co's I and K, 7th Reg't, X.G.X.Y.,
served 6 years in l/2th Reg't as lieut. and capt. V.-p.
The Gaillard (Ins.) Co.; trustee Fulton Trust Co.;
mem. X. Y. State Champlain Tercentenary Comm'n,
X. Y. Hist. Soc, X. Y. Geneal. and Biog. Soc, St.
Xicholas Soc, Soc. of War of 1S12, gov.-gen. Soc. of
Colonial Wars', chm'n com. Soc. Colonial Wars, erect-
ed monument at Louisburg, C. B.. 1895, and at Lake
George, 1903; dir. Home for Destitute Blind. Clubs:
Union, Tuxedo. Address: 7 Pine St., X. Y. City.


Banker, broker; b. Flushing, L. I., Feb. 3, 1874; s.
John Howland and Caroline Townsend (Hyatt) Pell;
ed. Flushing Inst.; m. April 17, 1901, Sarah Gibbs
Thompson; children: Robert Thompson, b. March 9,
1902; John Howland Gibbs, b. Aug. 9, 1904. Served
in the Spanish-Am. War on board the U.S. cruiser
Yankee. Dir. Internat. Xickel Co., S. Tisdale Gold
Mining Co., Rome Wire Co.. 1st Xat. Bank of Ticon-
deroga. Massey Station Mining Co., S. Osgood Pell &
Co.; mem. Am. Geog. Soc, Am. Bot. Soc, Am. Museum
of Xatural History, Met. Museum of Art, X. Y. Hist.
Soc. Clubs: St. Xicholas, Turf and Field, X. Y. Yacht,
Army and Xavy, Automobile. Address: 43 Exchange
PI., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. East Moriches, X. Y., Oct. 4, 1867; s.
Jesse Woodhull and Nancy Howell (Stevens) Pellet-
reau; ed. Bridgehampton, (X. Y.) Acad, and Yale
Univ., LL.B., 1890; m. Bridgehampton, X. Y., Dec. 24,
1895, Marv Woodruff Rogers; children: John Rogers,
b. Xov. 30, 1902: Robert Halsey. b. Dec. 29, 1908. Dir.
and att'y Citizens' Xat. Bank of Patchogue. X. Y :
dir. Nassau-Suffolk Bond and Mortgage Guarantee
Co. of Mineola, N. Y. Republican; Congregationalism
Mem. X. Y. State Bar Ass'n, Sons of Revolution, Hu-
guenot Soc. of N. Y. Life mem. Am. Bible Soc. Ad-
dress: Patchogue, L. I., N. Y.


Chemist; b. London. England, March 11, 1863; s.
. Henrv Edward and Eliza (Jay) Pellew; grad. Sch of
Mines, Columbia Univ., M.E., 1884; m. X. Y. City, 1S86,
Margaret W. Chandler; one d.: Anna C, b. 18S9. Dem-
onstrator of chemistry. Coll. of Phys. and Surg., N.
Y. City, 18S6-1897; adj. prof, chemistry, Columbia
Univ.. 1897-1911. Private, corporal and guidon-serg't.
Squadron A. X.G.N. Y., 1889-1898; served in Spanish-
Am. War as sergeant. Troop A, U. S. Vols., and 1st
lieut. and capt. U. S. V. Signal Corps. Republican;
Episcopalian. Mem. N. Y. Acad, of Sciences, Am.
Chem. Soc, Verein Deutscher Chemiker, Columbia
Univ. Chemical Soc, Deutscher Verein der Columbia
Universitat, Soc of Chemical Industry; was pres.
Berkshire Industrial Farm. Recreations: Music, walk-
ing, fishing. Clubs: Century, Chemists, Columbia
University, Columbia Faculty, Fresh Air. Address:
111 E. 78th St. N. Y. City.


Clergyman; b. Washington, la., Dec. 10, 1866; s.
Watson and Anna (McDevitt) Pelton; grad. Coe Coll.,
A.B., 1888; Princeton Univ., A.M.. 1890; Union Theol.
Sem., B.D., 1892; Williams fellow Harvard Univ.,
1895; Ph.D., Xew York Univ., 1896; Coe Coll., D.D.,
1909; m. Cedar Rapids, la., April 13, 1893, Marv H.
Witwer; children: Benjamin Witwer. b. 1895; Marv
Bernice, b. 1903; June De Witt, b. 1907. Ass'l rector
St. Thomas' Ch., X. Y. City, 1900-1905; rector St. James'
Ch., Fordham, X. Y. City, since 1905; made an ex-
tended tour through Palestine, Egypt, Turkey, and
on the Continent in 1905. Mem. N. Y. Sunday Sch.
Comm'n; chaplain 8th Reg't X.G.X.Y.: chaplain-gen.
Minute Men, U.S.A.; mem. S.A.R. (Empire Soc), Wash-
ington Guard, X. Y. Clericus; mem. B'd Trustees
Archdeaconry of X. Y.; mem. B'd Church Missionarv
Soc. U.S.A.; 32" Masonic fraternity. Republican. Rec-
reations: Golf, tennis. Clubs: Xew York, Dunwoodie
Country. Fordham, Masonic. Address: Jerome Av. and
190th St.. X. Y. City.


Physician; b Middletown, Conn,, Feb. 23, 1871: s.
Jonathan Peters and Catherine E. (Hall) Pelton; ed.
Trinity Coll., Hartford, Conn., A.B., 1893; A.M.. 1896,
Columbia Univ.. M.D., 1898; m. Xewburgh. X. Y., April
10, 1901, Xathalie Stevens Smith; one d. Catherine, b.
April 24, 1903. Engaged in practice of medicine since
1898. Adjunct, ass't attending physician to Bellevue
Hosp. ; formerly chief of Med. Clinic. Presby'n Hosp.;
Out->Patient Dep't. Interne at Bellevue Hosp.; ass't in
surgery Vanderbilt Clinic and ass't physician to
Roosevelt Hosp., Out-Patient Dep't. Acting ass't sur-
geon U.S.A.. 1898; now active mem. 10'th Co.. 7th Reg't,
X.G.N.Y. Mem. Alumni Ass'n of Bellevue Hosp. Mem.
Sons of Am. Revolution, Psi Upsilon fraternity. Ad-
dress: 345 W. 85th St., X. Y. City.


Banker; b. Baltimore, Md., Nov. 1, 1854; s. James F.
and Adelaide (Lyncth) Pendergast; ed. Georgetown
Univ., Washington, D. C, 1875; m. Josephine Archer
Jacobsen; one d. Adelaide J., (Mrs. Lawrence T. Dur-
ant). Pres. and dir. U. S. Safe Deposit Co. Demo-
crat; Roman Catholic. Pres. of Soc. of N. Y'. Alumni
of Georgetown Univ.; v.-p. Nat. Soc. of Alumni of
Georgetown Univ., Washington, D. C, mem. South-
ern Soc, Maryland Soc. Soc War of 1812 in X. J.

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