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Painter, architect; b. Brooklyn, N. Y June 29, 1866;
s. Richard Sands and Margaret Allen (Auchmuty)
Tucker; ed. Columbia Coll. (course in architecturel.
Ph.B, 18SS; Art Students' League (v.-p. 1894); m. N.
Y. City, Feb. 12, 1895, Eufrasia A. L. Wesson.
Draughtsman with R. M. Hunt; practised architecture
till 1890; went to Art Students' League; partner Arm
of Mcllvaine & Tucker, architects, 1895-1904; since
then has been painting. Exhibited at Pittsburgh In-



ternat. Phila. Acad., N. T. Acad., Salon Nationale des
Beaux Arts, Salon des Independants, Paris. Mem. Ar-
chitectural League, Soc. Columbia Univ. Architects,
Art Students' League, Ass'n of Am. Painters & Sculp-
tors. Club: Century. Address: 121 E. 79th St., N. Y.


Manufacturer; b. Albany, N. Y., Oct. 14, 1881; s. Lu-
ther H. and Cornelia Strong (Vail) Tucker; ed. Al-
bany Acad., Albany, N. Y., St. Paul's Sch., Concord,
N. H.; Yale Coll., A.B., 1904; m. Albany, N. Y., Feb. 27,
1908, Marcia Meyers Brady; children: Luther, b. June

20, 1909, Nicholas Brady, b. July 11, 1910. Treas. Max-
well Motor Co., Inc. Episcopalian. Clubs: Yale, Rum-
son Country. Residence: 903 Park Av. Address: 1790
Broadway, N. Y. City.


Author, editor; b. Albany, N. Y., Aug. 26, 1847; s.
Luther and Margaret Lucinda SmitJh (Burr) Tucker;
grad. Albany Acad., 1864: Williams Coll., A.B., 1867,
A.M., 1870; m. Albany, N.Y., June 7, 1877, Sara Ed-
wards Miller; children: Margaret Cleveland, Gilbert
M., Jr. Ass't editor of Country Gentleman, 1867-1884;
m'ng editor, 1884-1897, editor-in-chief from 1897 until
sale of paper to Curtis Publishing Co., Philadelphia,
July 1, 1911. Republican. Mem. Dutch Reformed Ch.
Mem. Albany Inst., Phi Beta Kappa Soc. Author: Our
Common Speech, 1895 (Dodd, Mead); Am. Agricultural
Periodicals, 1909 (privately printed); A Layman's
Apology, 1913 (Badger); Irrigation Schemes of the
West (published by N. Y. State Dep't of Agr.); contb'r
to North Am. Review, Presbyterian Review, New Eng-
lander and other periodicals; occasional lecturer at
Cornell Univ. Clubs: Fort Orange, University, Albany
Country. Address: 304 State St., Albany, N. Y.


Lawver, lecturer, author; b. N. Y. City, Feb. 25, 1871;
s. Francis John and Marv O'Neil (Bateman) Tucker;
girad. N. Y. Univ., LLB., 1893; LL.M., 1894; post-grad,
student Univ. of Pa.; m. 1st, 1901, Leonora Aida Cam-
piglio, of New Orleans; 2d, 1910, Marguerite Pedrick
Kelly, of Philadelphia. Traveled in Europe, Egypt and
U. S. Admitted to Bar, 1S94. Candidate for Assembly
on Fusion ticket, 1903. Author: The Power Political,
Husbands by Purchase, The Story of Washington
Square, etc. Socialist. Mem. Delta Upsilon and Delta
Chi fraternity. Clubs: Twilight, Friars. Residence:
107 W. 45th St. Address: 64 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Educator; b. Bath, Me., July 23, 1877; d. George and
Martha T. (Perkins) Tucker; grad. Adelphi Coll.,
Brooklyn, A.B., 1900; Columbia Univ., M.A., 1901. Has
traveled extensively through South America, Europe
and Asia. Prof, ed'n Coll. of St. Angela, New Ro-
chelle, N. Y.; principal Public Sch. 63, N. Y. City. Prof,
ed'n St. Mary's Coll., Plainfield, N. J. Has done much
editorial work on school text books and on juvenile
magazines. Mem. Am. Acad. Polit. and Social Science.
Address: 216 E. 126th St., N. Y. City.


Editor, publisher; b. Albany, N. Y., Sept. 9, 1869; s.
Luther Henry and Cornelia Stong (Vail) Tucker; grad.
Yale Univ., A.B. 1891, M.A. 1894; m. 1st, Hudson, N. Y.,
March 28, 1894, Florence Barnard (died March 7, 1910) ;
2d, April 29, 1911, Helen Fowler Avery; children:
Katherine Barnard, b. Aug. 24, 1895; Cornelia, b. July

21, 1897; Mary Louise, b Nov. 25, 1900; Prudence Carll,
b. Nov. 14, 1907. One of the editors of the Country
Gentleman (weekly agricultural paper), 1894-1911,
when this journal was sold to the Curtis Publishing
Co. of Philadelphia and the firm of Luther Tucker & Son
was dissolved. Republican; Episcopalian (vestryman
St. Peter's Ch ). Trustee Albany Acad, for Boys, Al-
bany Med. Coll., Albany Savings Bank. Mem. ZetaPsi,
Phi Beta Kappa, Chi Delta Theta. Recreations:
Bicycling, reading. Clubs: Fort Orange (Albany), Yale
(N. Y. City). Address: 174 Washington Av., Albany,
N. Y,


Civil eng^r; b. Sacramento, Calif., March 1, 1868; s.
Capt. Samuel F. (late 2d Mass. Cavalry) and Emma
Rebecca (Welch) Tucker; grad. Dep't of Civil En-
gineering, Univ. of Calif., B.S., Mass. Inst, of Tech-
nology. Civil eng'r and expert in steel-concrete
structures; Introduced subject of reinforced concrete
in U. S.; designed and constructed some of most im-
portant eng'ring and architectural works in this ma-
terial. Pres. Tucker & Vinton; 2nd v.-p. Bld'g Trades
Employers' Ass'n; pres. Masters' League of Concrete
Workers; pres. Concrete Ass'n of N. Y. Mem. Am. Soc.
Civil Eng'rs, Soc. of Mechanics and Tradesmen (Me-

chanics' Inst.), Ohi Phi fraternity. Clubs: Engineers,
Graduates, Technology, Building Trades. Address: 121
E. 41st St., N. Y. City.


Insurance broker; b. Albany, N. Y., July 13, 1878; s.
Luther H. and Cornelia Strong (Vail) Tucker; ed. Al-
bany Acad., St. Mark's Sch., Southborough, Mass.,
Union Coll., Schenectady, N. Y.; unmarried. In bus-
iness in Albany, N. Y., Gadsden, Ala., Baltimore, Md.,
Chicago, 111., and Dubuque, Iowa, previous to 1906; in
N. Y. City since that time. V.-p. and dir. Staten Islana
Beach Land Improvement Co.; sec, treas. and dir. Ex-
hibitors' Times, Inc., sec. New Virginia Syndicate. Am.
Captain 12th Inf., N. G. N. Y. Mem. Alpha Delta Phi
fraternity. Clubs: Army and Navy, Alpha Delta Phi,
University of Albany (charter mem.). Residence: 127
W. 82d St. Address: 1 Liberty St., and 220 W. 42d St.,
N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Boston, Mass., 1850; s. James and Re-
becca (Chamberlain) Tucker; ed. private schs., and by
tutors; m. Cincinnati, O., 1876, Bessie Foster; chil-
dren: Randolph, Ethel (Mrs. E. C. Fitch), Marion.
Senior mem. Tucker, Anthony & Co., banke/rs, since
1899; pres. and dir. Hartford & Springfield St. R'y Co.,
Northwestern Power Co.; v.-p. and dir. Am. Sumatra
Tobacco Co.; dir. and mem. Exec. Com. Celumbia-
Knickerbocker Trust Co.; dir. Manchester Traction.
Light & Power Co., Manchester St. R'y Co., Fort
Wayne & Northern Ind. Traction Co., Augusta, Aiken
R'y & Electric Corp'n Co. of Me., Am. Ice Co., Gotham
Holding Co., Met. Audit Co., Nat. Surety Co., Macon
R'y & Light Co., J. G. White & Co. Republican; Epis-
copalian. Clubs: Metropolitan, Midday, Oakland,
Sleepy Hollow, Recess, Rocky Mountain (N. Y.),
Brcokline Country, Essex Country, Manchester Yadht,
Eastern Yacht, Exchange. Address: 53 State St., Bos-
ton, and 60 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Sanitary eng'r; b. N. Y. City, Oct. 4, 1863; s. Stephen
Davis and Sarah Ann (Conquest) Tucker; ed. Wilson
and Kellogg Sch., Sheffield Scientific Sch., Yale, Ph.B.,
1888; studied abroad and post-grad, work at Yale,
1889, received C.E. degree 1890; m. Englewood, N. J.,
Oct. 28, 1893, Mabel Clarkson Reid. Entered office of
Albert L. Webster, sanitary eng'r, 1889, where re-
mained until 1900, since which time actively engaged
in private practise as consulting sanitary eng'r. De-
signed water supply and sewage disposal systems for
important country estates, including that for E. C.
Converse, at Greenwich, Conn., and Robert S. Lovett,
at Locust Valley, N. Y.; designed sanitary eng'ring
work for Municipal Office Bld'g, City Investing Bld'g,
new Harlem Hosp. of N. Y. City, Carnegie Technical
Schools of Pittsburgh, State Library and Supreme
Court Bld'g, Hartford, Conn., McKinley Memorial, Can-
ton, O., and other important bld'gs. Lecturer at Yale,
on "House Sanitation." Republican; Episcopalian.
Mem. Am. Soc. Civil Eng'rs, Royal Sanitary Inst., A.
A. A. S , Am. Geog. Soc, Am. Public Health Ass'n,
Franklin Inst., Municipal Art Soc. of N. Y., Gen. Soc.
Mechanics and Tradesmen, Theta Xi fraternity. Rec-
reation: Outdoor exercise. Clubs: University Yale,
Englewood, Englewood Field. Residence: Englewood,
N. J. Address: 156 Fifth Av., N. Y. City.


Chemist, b. Albany, N. Y., Oct. 31, 1849; s. Luther
and Margaret Lucinda (Smith) Tucker; grad. Albany
Acad., 1866; Albany Med. Coll., M.D., 1870; Albany Coll.
Pharmacy, Ph.G. (hon.), 1882; Union Coll., Ph.D., (hon.),
1882; m. Albany, Sept. 17, 1879, May Newman; chil-
dren: Willis G., Jr., b. 1881, Grace Witherbee, b. 1883,
Mary Page, b. 1885. Ass't prof, chemistry, Albany
Med. Coll., 1871-1874; subsequently adjunct prof, ma-
teria medica and chemistry and prof, of inorganic
chemistry and toxicology; since 1902 prof, chemistry
and toxicology; registrar of faculty of Albany Med.
Coll. since 1882. Was prof, chemistry, Albany High
Sch., 1876-1887. One of founders of Albany Coll.
Pharmacy, and since 1881 prof, chemistry; dean of fac-
ulty since 1883 and trustee since 1898. Aided in org'n
of Ass'n of Alumni of Albany Med. Coll. and sec. same,
1874-1897; one of analysts of N. Y. State B'd Health,
1881-1891, and dir. N. Y. State Health Laboratory,
1891-1901; dir. Bureau of Chemistry, N. Y. State Dep't
of Health, 1901-1907. Mem. B'd of Med. Examiners,
Univ. of State of N. Y., 1882-1891; mem. B'd of Gov-
ernors of Union Univ., since 18S4. Mem. Med. Soc.
County of Albany, Med. Soc. State of N. Y., Am. Chem.
Soc, N. Y. State Pharm. Ass'n, Sigma Xi, Sons of Revo-
lution, Order of Founders and Patriots of America;
fellow Am. Acad. Medicine, A. A. A. S. Club: Country.
Residence: 166 Washington Av. Address: Albany Med.
Coll., Albany, N. Y.




Author; b. N. T. City, Jan. 15, 1848; s. Lucius and
Elizabeth Wolcott (Giibbs) Tuckerman; grad. Harvard
Coll., A.B., class 1870, Leipzig Univ., Ph.D., 1874; m.
N. T. City, Dec. 10, 1879, Olara Louise Fargis. Occu-
pied in bibliog. and library work, interrupted by ill
health; ass't in Astor Library, 1876-1880; wo'rked
under J. D. Champlin, Jr., on Cyclopaedia of Painters
and Paintings. Author of catalogue cf chemical liter-
ature published in miscellaneous collections of Smith-
sonian Inst'n and several times reprinted. Prominent
in civic matters; declined position on Exec. Com. of
N. Y. Civil Service Soc, on account of ill health. Uni-
tarian. Fellow A. A. A. S., mem. N. Y. Acad. Am.
Bibliog. Soc, Soc. Colonial Wairs, Descendants of
Signers of Declaration of Independence, Sons of Revo-
lution, Soc. of Am. Wars, and various others. Clubs:
Harvard, University, Chemists (N. T.), Cosmos, Met-
ropolitan, Chevv Chase (Washington). Address: 58
Kay St., Newport, R. I.


Author, lecturer; b. N. T., 1855; s. Lucius and Eliza-
beth Wollcott (Gibbs) Tuckerman; grad. Harvard, A.B.
m. Ipswich, Mass., Sept. 26, 1882, Annie Cotton Smith;
children: Elizabeth (wife of William M. Elkins), May
(wife of G. Hermann Kinnicutt), Bayard, Jr., Joan
Cotton (wife of Evans R. Dick, Jr.). Lecturer Eng-
lish literature, Princeton Univ., 1898-1907. Author:
History of English Prose Fiction, 1882; Life of Gen-
eral Lafayette, 1889; Diary of Philip Hone, 1889; Will-
iam Jay and the Abolition of Slavery, 1893; Peter
Stuyvesant, 1893; Life of General Philip Schuyler,
1904. Trustee N. T. Inst'n for Instruction of Deaf and
Dumlb; N. Y. Soc. Library; pres. Soc. for Instruction in
First Aid to Injured. Republican; Episcopalian. Club-
Century. Address: 59 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Born Staten Island, Nov. 17, 1856; s. Lucius and
Eliza Wolcott (Gibbs) Tuckerman; grad. Harvard
Univ., A.B., 1878; m. March 3, 1886, Susan Minturn;
children: Dorothy (wife of Dr. George Draper), Roger.
Trustee Mutual Life Ins. Co., N. Y. Life Ins. & Trust
Co., and of estates; dir. The 520 Park Av. Co. Sec.
Minturn Hosp. for Scarlet Fever and Diphtheria Pa-
tients; gov. N. Y. Hosp.; mg'r N. Y. Inst, for Ed'n of
the Blind; councillor Am. Geog. Soc; trustee N. Y.
Soc. Library. Clubs: Tuxedo (sec), Down Town (mem.
B'd Trustees and Mg'rs), Union, Knickerbocker, Met-
ropolitan (Washington). Residence: Tuxedo Park,
N. Y. Address: 59 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Corning, N. Y., Oct. 1, 1870; s. Joseph J.
and Sarah (Byers) Tully; ed. Corning Free Acad.,
Brooklyn Poly. Inst., Columbia Coll., N. Y. Law Sch.,
LL.B. ; Alfred Univ., LL.D., June, 1909; m. Corning,
N Y., Oct. 5, 1898, Clara M. Houghton; children: Alice
Bigelow, b. 1902; Marion Gordon, b. 1904. Practised
law in Corning, 1893-1908. Elected State Senator,
41st dist. Nov., 1904, and re-elected Nov., 1906, from
new 43d dist. of N. Y. ; resigned June, 1908. Appt'd
att'y to Ass'n of Life Ins. Presidents, Oct. 1, 1908, with
office in N. Y. City; resigned Oct. 1, 1909, when elected
gen. solicitor Met. Life Ins. Co. Republican; Episco-
palian. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y.; County Law-
yers' Ass'n. Clubs: Calumet, Manhattan, Republican,
Metropolitan, Andiron, Automobile, Church, Oakland
Golf (N. Y. City), Fort Orange (Albany), Elmira, El-
mira Country (Elmira), Corning (Corning). Address:
1 Madison Av., N. Y. City.


Sec. to Pres. of U. S.; b. Jersey City, N. J., May 5,
1S79; s. Philip and Alice Tumulty; ed. St. Bridget's
Parochial Sch., Jersey City; St. Peter's Coll., Jersey
City, A.B., 1899; m. Jersey City, 1903, Mary Byrne;
six children. Studied law in office of Bedle, McGee &
Bedle, later with Gilbert Collins, ex-justice of Su-
preme Court. Admitted to bar of N J., 1902; entered
partnership with George E. Cutley, under firm name
of Tumulty & Cutley; mem. N. J. House of Assembly,
1907-1910; appt'd sec. to Gov. Wilson, 1910; clerk of
Supreme Court of N. J., 1912; now sec. to Pres. Wil-
son. Address: The White House, Washington, D. C.


Clergyman; b. Washington, Ga. ; s. Henry Allen
(LL.D.) and Nannie C. (Boyce) Tupper; attended
Charleston (S. C.) Coll., Richmond (Va.) Coll., Univ.
of Va., Southern Bapt. Theol. Sem., degree of Theology,
Ph. D., and D.D.; hon. LL.D. from Georgetown Coll.;
m Richmond. Va., 1879. Marie Louise Pender; children:
Allene Pender, b. 1880; Katharine Boyce, b. 1882;
Tristram, b. 1884. Pastor of Broadway Bapt. Ch.,
Louisville, Ky. ; 7th Bapt. Ch., Baltimore, and Calvary
Bapt. Ch., Brooklyn, 1884-1913; appt'd sp'l peace

comm'r of Internat. Peace Forum, 1913, and under
this comm'n has visited Mexico on three different oc-
casions. Has also travelled extensively, and made
trip around world. Has published five books on
travels, missions, economic and philanthropic subjects.
Trustee Samaritan Hosp., Brooklyn, N. Y., and Bureau
of Missions; mem. Geog. Soc. Recreations: Golf,
hunting, fishing. Clubs: University of Va., Beta Theta
Pi. Residence: 34 Gramercy Park. Address: 185
Madison Av., N. Y. City.


Educator, author; b. Norwalk, Conn., June 28, 1866;
s. Jacob and Esther Cornwall (Street) Turk; grad.
Columbia Univ., B.A., 1886; studied at Strasburg, Ber-
lin and Leipzig Univs., Germany; A.M., Ph.D., Leip-
zig, 1889; m. Glasgow, Scotland, July 30, 1895, Margaret
Soutter Bell, of Baltimore; children: Esther Cornwall,
b. 1898; Margaret Soutter, b. 1901. Prof, of English
since 1890, Hobart Coll., Geneva, N. Y.; sec of faculty,
1890-1907; registrar, 1903-1907. Dean of William Smith
Coll. for Women (Hobart Coll.), since 1907. Author:
Syllabus of English Literature, 1893. Editor The Le-
gal Code of Alfred the Great, 1893; De Quincey's
Flight of a Tartar Tribe, 1897; Selections from De
Quincey, 1902; De Quincey's The English Mail Coach
and Joan of Arc, 1905. Independent Democrat; Epis-
copalian. Mem. Modern Language Ass'n, Phi Beta
Kappa Soc. Recreations: Golf, canoeing. Address:
678 Main St., Geneva, N. Y.


Broker; b. N. Y. City, 1865; s. William Turnbull;
ed. Columbia Coll. Mem. firm Post & Flagg; dir.
Acker, Merrall & Condit Co., Eastern Steel Co., U. S.
Mortgage and Trust Co., U. S. Safe Deposit Co., Kansas
City Southern R'y, Guayaquil & Quito R'y Co. Ad-
dress: 38 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Elmira, N. Y., May 21, 1878; s. William
P. and Jenny (Gant) Turnbull; grad. Cornell Univ.,
LL.B., 1901; m. Elmira, N. Y., June 1, 1905, Sarah M.
Evans; children: Helen, b. 1906, Jenny, b. 1908. Ad-
mitted to bar, 1901, and since then practising law in
Elmira, N. Y. Capt. Company L. 3d Inf., N. G. N. Y.
Pres. Postal Mercantile Agency, Elmira, N. Y. Repub-
lican; Presby'n. Mem. Ivy Lodge 397, F. and A. M.,
Old Guard Ass'n, Elmira Chamber of Commerce,
Chemung County Bar Ass'n; sec. Business Men's
Ass'n of Elmira, N. Y.; trustee Skull fraternity, Ithaca,
N. Y. Address: 364 W. Gray St., Elmira, N. Y.


Born New London, Conn.; s. James H. and Jane
Webb (Clark) Turner; of old New England colonial
ancestry; ed. Bartlett Inst., New London, Conn. Chm'n
Jury of Award, La. Purchase Exp'n, St. Louis, cover-
ing hardware, cutlery and kindred lines. Dir. Al-
bany Exchange Savings Bank; trustee and treas.
Masonic Hall Ass'n. Republican; Episcopalian. Trus-
tee N. Y. State Reformatory, Bedford, N. Y., and one
of B'd of M'grs. Club: Fort Orange. Address: Al-
bany, N. Y.


Mural painter (figure); b. Baltimore, Md., Nov. 25,
1850; s. John C. and Hannah B. Turner; ed. public and
private schools, Baltimore; grad. Maryland Inst.; pu-
pil at Nat. Acad. Design and Art Students' League,
N. Y. City; also under J. P. Laurens, M. Munkacsy
and L. Bonnat, Paris, 1878-1881; unmarried. Acade-
mician Nat. Acad. Design, 1886. Ass't dir. of decora-
tion. World's Columbia Exp'n, Chicago, 1892-1893; dir.
of color, Pan-Am. Exp'n, 1901, Maryland Inst., Sens,
of Art & Design, B'altimore, Md. Mem. of Council
many years, and former v.-p. two years, Nat. Acad.
Design; was v.-p. two years Architectural League of
N. Y.; pres. six years Art Students' League of N. Y.;
many times officer Am. Water Color Soc; pres. Nat.
Soc. Mural Painters; mem. Hudson-Fulton Celebration
Comm'ii by apptm't of Mayor of N. Y. City. Awarded
medals and mentioned at exp'ns at Chicago, 1893,
Paris, 1900, Buffalo, 1901, St. Louis, 1904. Club: Cen-
tury. Address: 27 W. 67th St., N.. Y. City. Studio:
Forrest Hall, 1256 Wisconsin Av., Washington, D. C.


Civil eng'r; to. Portsmouth, Va., Oct. 25, 1869; s.
Daniel James and Mary Elizabeth (Lawrence) Turner;
ed. Norfolk (Va.) Acad.; grad. Rensselaer Poly Inst.,
C.E., 1891; m. Norfolk, Va., Feb. 3, 1896, Eva Barcine
Denby. Ass'n in mathematics in Rensselaer Poly. Inst.,
1891-1892; in active practice as civil eng'r, 1892-1893;
instr. in surveying and hydraulics, and in charge of
Harvard Eng'ring Camp, 1893-1903; ass't eng'r Rapid
Transit R. R.. 1901-1905; div. eng'r Rapid Transit R. R.
Comm'n, and Public Service Comm'n, 1st dist., 1905-



1912; since 1912 deputy eng'r of Subway Construction
Public Service Comm'n. Mem. Am. Soc. of Civil Eng's,
Municipal Eng'rs of the City of N. T., Boston Soc. of
Civil Eng'rs, Soc. for the Promotion of Eng'ring Ed n,
Theta Xi fraternity, and Sigma Xi Soc. Club: Har-
vard (N. Y. Citv). Residence: 220 W. 107th St. Ad-
dress: 154 Nassau St., N. Y. City.


Comm'n merchant; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Apr. 17, 1882;
s Thomas Morgan and Emilie Thorp (Barnes) Turner;
grad. Yale Univ., B.A., 1905; m. N. Y. City, Apr., 1906,
Martha Prentice Strong; children: John Strong, b.
1907 Martha Prentice, b. 1909, Rosamond, b. 1911.
Sec. 'and director of J. Spencer Turner Co.; pres/ Tur-
ner Realty Associates, dir. The Brunsene Co. Elected
mem. Squadron A, but did not enlist. Republican.
Mem. Psi Upsilon fraternity. Clubs: Republican (N. Y.
City), Yale. Address: Chappaqua, N. Y.


Banker, lawyer; b. Veteran, N. Y., 20, 1835; s.
John and Ulissa (Tifft) Turner; ed. Whitestone Sem.,
Alfred Univ.; grad. Union Coll., 1S61; m. Buffalo, N.
Y., Oct. 25, 1868, Helen Boyd; children: Sarah Biek-
ford, Elizabeth U., Samuel G. H, Robert T., Jr. Senior
mem. Turner & Turner, lawyers; pres. and dir. Shep-
ard Electric Crane & Hoist Co.; v.-p. and dir. 2nd
Nat. Bank of Elmira. Mayor of Elmira, 2 years,
alderman, 2 terms. Democrat; Episcopalian. Mem.
State Bar Ass'n. Club: Century. Address: 218 E.
Water St., Elmira, N. Y.


Banker; b. Fenton, Genesee Co., Mien., June 24,
1854; s. Charles H. and Caroline M. (Van Denbergh)
Turner; grad. Ann Arbor (Mich.) High Sch., 1871,
Univ. of Mich., A.B., 1875; m. Washington, D. C, May
8, 1877, Donna Zerella Mozart (died 1883): children:
Charles H., b. 1879; Mrs. Violet I. Rider, b. 1881.
Newspaper corr. at Centennial Exp'n, Philadelphia,
1875-1877; on New Orleans Picayune, 1877-1878; clerk
House Com. on State Affairs, Mich. Legislature, 1878-
1880- connected with Saginaw, Lansing and Detroit
newspapers, 1878-1881; established and published
"City and Country," Columbus, O., 1881-1889; organ-
ized and managed Columbus (O.) Edison Elec. Light
Co., 1887-1889; in N. Y. City as banker and dealer in
investment securities since June 26, 1889. Hon. mem.
Governor's Guard of Ohio; participated in suppression
of Cincinnati riots, in 1884, when outside help was
required to quell the mobs there. Republican; Epis-
copalian (liberal). Mem. Mich. Soc. of N. Y., Nat.
Geog. Soc. Recreations: Theatre, athletics, shooting.
Clubs: N. Y. Press, Univ. of Michigan. Address: 31
Nassau St.. N. i. City.


Lawyer: b. Montrose, Pa., Aug. 5, 1845; s. Abel and
Adelia (Catlin) Turrell; ed. Montrose Acad.; grad.
Yale Coll. A.B., 1867, A.M., 1870; LL.B., Columbia Law
Sch., 1869 : Heidelberg Univ. Law Dep't, 1869-1870; un-
married. Admitted to the bar May 1869; in U. S. Su-
preme Court, Oct. 1877; practicing law N. Y. City since
Jan., 1S72. Studied and traveled in Europe m 1869-
1871. Was in Paris until the siege, and after, during
one month, under the Commune. Has summer resi-
dence at Montrose, and large farming interests in
Forest Lake, Susquehanna Co., Pa. Independent
Democrat. Mem. of Council of Pa. Forestry Ass'n for
Susquehanna Co., of Susquehanna Agr'l Soc, of Vil-
lage Improvement Soc, Bar Ass'n and Law Inst, of
N Y. Citv, N. Y. State Bar Ass'n, Am. Bar Ass n.
Am. Economic Ass'n, Acad, of Polit. Science of City
of N Y Pa. Soc, Order of Founders and Patriots, b.
A R., German Students Union; Phi Beta Kappa, Delta
Kappa Epsilon and Wolf's Head at Yale. Clubs: Man-
hattan, Yale, Country (Montrose). Address: 76 Will-
iam St., N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Norwalk, Conn., July 24, 1872; s. John
C and Anna (Hanford) Turrell; grad. Coll. City of
N. Y., A.B. 1893; Columbia Coll., N. Y., A.B., 1894;
Coll. Phys. 'and Surg. (Columbia) M.D, 1896; m. N. Y.
City, June 17, 1903, Ella Virginia Peck; children:
Virginia, Cornelia, Guy H., Loring. Visiting Physi-
cian Soc. of Saint Johnland, Kings Park, N. Y.,
Howard Colored Orphanage, Kings Park, N. Y. Div.
surgeon, L. I. R. R., health officer town of Smithtown,
N. Y. Republican; Presby'n. Pres. Med. Soc. County
of Suffolk; v.-p. Associated Physicians of Long Island,
N. Y., Theta Delta Chi fraternity. Address: Smith-
town Branch, L. I., N. Y.

Consulting eng'r; b. N. Y. Oity, 1869; s. Adolph and
Elise (Robitscher) Tuska; grad. Coll. of City of N.

Y., B.S., 1888, M.S., 1891; Columbia Univ., Sch. of
Mines, C.E., 1891; m. N. Y. City, 1902, Isabel Papen-
heimer. Was for a time instr. in civil eng'ring Co-
lumbia Univ. Chief eng'r Panama R. R. Co., and con-
sulting eng'r tc various other companies. Pres. and
chief eng'r Am. Process Co.; pres. and dir. Atlantic
Construction Co.; dir. and consulting eng'r The Fish-
eries Co.; pres. and chief eng'r Atlantic Fisheries
Co.; dir. Round Pond Co. Mem. Am. Soc. of Civil
Eng'rs, Am. Soc. of Mech. Eng'rs, Naval Architects
and Marine Eng'rs, Am. Geog. Soc. Mem. Theta Delta
Chi, Phi Beta Kappa, Alumni Ass'n of Columbia
Univ., Phi Beta Kappa Alumni, Metropolitan Museum
of Art, etc. Trustee of Technical Inst. Recreations:
Tennis, yachting, golf. Clubs: Baltusrol, Engineers,
Lotos, Economic, Reform, Automobile, Waterbury
Country. Residence: 121 E. 56th St. Address: 68
William St., N. Y. City.


Pharmaceutical chemist; b. Ilion, N. Y., July 28,
1S67; s. James H. and Florence (Mentz) Tuthill; grad.
Ilion High Sch., 1884; B.S., N. Y. State Univ., 1884;
grad. N. Y. Coll. of Pharmacy, Ph.G., 1888; m. Brook-

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