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Farmer; b. near Mt. Kisco, N. Y., Nov. 12. 1839; s.
Stephen and Phoebe (Underhill) Wood; grad. Haver-
ford Coll., A.M.; m. Philadelphia, Pa., June 6, 1S66,
Emily Hollingsworth Morris; children: Ellen M., Caro-
lena M., L. Hollingsworth. Has never been in active
business. Has traveled extensively in Europe, West-
ern Asia, Northern Africa and N. America. Presiden-
tial elector for President Roosevelt. Republican;
Quaker. Pres. B'<d Mg'rs N. Y. State Reformatory for
Women. Mg'r Haverford Coll. and trustee Bryn Mawr
Coll., Pa.; v.-ip. Am. Bible SiO'c,; pres. Westchester Co.
Bible Soc; pres. Hort. Soc, N. Y.; ex-pres. N. Y. S.
Agr'l Soc. Club: Transportation. Address: Old Bed-
ford Road, Mt. Kisco, N. Y.


Lawyer; consul-gen.; b. Bucksport, Me., June 24,
1867; s. Frederick and Mary (iFarnham) Wood; ed. E.
Maine Conf. Bern., Bucksport, Me., 1S81-18S5; Wesleyan
Univ., A.B., 1890; Harvard Law Sch., LL.B., 1900; m.
London, Eng., July 11, 1901, Harriet Gertrude God-
dard; one child: Manon Goddard, b. March 3, 1906.
Ass't pres. Oahu Coll., Honolulu, and instr. of mathe-
matics and civics, 1890-1893, 1895-1896; practising law,
Honolulu, 1896-1899; Oomm'r of Ed'n in Honolulu,
1898-1899; traveled and studied in Europe, 1900-1906;
practiced law, [Boston and N. Y., 1906-1908; appt'd vice-
consul in charge at Milan, Jan. 1, 1909, deputy con-
sul, Jan. 20, vice and deputy consul Milan, April 17,
1909, consul at Venice, Jan. 12, 1910, and Tripoli, Aug.
2, 1910. Appt'd consul-gen. Adis Ababa, Abyssinia,
Nov. 25, 1913. Independent: Congregationalism Mem.
Alpha Delta Phi fraternity. Recreations: Tennis,
horseback riding, golf. Address: Adis Ababa, Abys-


Lawyer, author; b. Utica, N. Y., 1853; s. George W. and
Harriet (Clark) Wood; grad. Phillips Acad., Andover,
Mass., 1870, Yale, A. B., 1874; Columbia Law Sch.,
1876; m. Brattleboro, Vt , Sept. 15, 1880, Mary B. Harris.
Mem. law firm Stapler & Wood till 1893. Editor Bach-
elor of Arts Magazine, 1896-1898. Author: Gramercy
Park, 1892; A Daughter of Venice; Yale Yarns; A
Ooign of Vantage; College Days; Old Beau, etc. Inde-
pendent Democrat; Episcopalian. Clubs: University.
Columbia Univ., Authors', Yale, Dyker Meadow Golf.
Residence: 131 E. 19th St. Address: 20 Broad St.,
N. Y. City.


(Lawyer; b. Riverhead, L. I., Aug. 12, 1862; s. John
and Matilda (Vail) Wood; grad. Yale, A.B., 1SS4; Co-
lumbia A.'M. and LL.B. 1886. m. New Castle Co., Dela-
ware. March 4, 1891, Ellen Purves Tybout; children:
Elizabeth Maxiwell Tybout (Mrs. Walter L. Suydam,

Jr.), Ellen Tybout. Dir. South Side Bank of Bayshore,
N. Y. Was 'Democratic candidate for county judge of
Suffolk County, 1902. Democrat; Episcopalian. Mem.
Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., Club: Uinversity (N. YJ.
Residence: Sayville, L. I. Address: 141 Broadway,
N. Y. city.


Retired army officer; b. Watertown, N. Y., June 3,
1846; s. Benjamin and Eunice Augusta (Greenleaf)
Wood, descendant of Stephen Hopkins, of the May-
flower, Maj.-Gen. 'Daniel Gookin and other prominent
men of Colonial and Revolutionary periods; ed. vil-
lage sch. and high sch., Union Acad., Belleville, N. Y.,
and Rush Med. Coll., Chicago, 111., M.D., 1873; hon.
A.M., Bowdoin Coll., 1894 (five terms of post-grad, and
research work); m. Chicago, Dec. 7, 1870, Helen Jerene
Hawes; children: Clara L b. April 8, 1872; Mary L., b.
Nov. 19, 1873, Agnes A., b. Jan. 11, 1880, George B., b.
Oct. 24, 1884. Ass't surg. U. S. A., June, 1875; surg.
(major), 1894; lieut.-col., 1904, chief surg. 1st Div. 5th
Army Corps (Santiago campaign), 1898; three times
officially commended for distinguished services. Pres.
Boulder Creek Mines Co., sec. Citizens' Right of Way
Co. Republican. Hon. mem. Chicago Soc. Physicians
and Surgeons, Hawaiian Med. Ass'n; mem. Idaho State
Med. Soc. (pres. 1896-1897); dir. Bacteriol. Laboratory,
1895. Mem. G. A. R. (post comd'r, 1867, and twice
since dep't commd'r, Idaho, 1911-1912); Soc. of Co-
lonial Wars, Mil. Order Loyal Legion, S. A. R. (pres.
Idaho Soc. since org'n, 1909); 33" Scottish Rite Mason,
Kn'ight Templar, Shriner. Mem. Soc. War of 1812,
Am. Inst. Mining Eng'rs, Idaho Soc of Eng'rs, Nat.
Geog. Soc, Mil. Order Foreign Wars, Am. Soc. of
Agronomy. Address: Boise, Idaho.


Lawyer; b. Nov. 4, 1875; s. Boyd and Mary Eliza-
beth (Wills) Wood; grad. Univ. of Pennsylvania, B.S.,
1901, N. Y. Law Sch., LL.B. (with honor), 1903; Yale
Law Sch., LL.'M. (magna cum laude), 1904. Author: The
Application of the Sherman Anti-Trust Act to Organ-
ized Labor; The Liability of Private Corporations for
the Torts of its Agents Committed in Ultra Vires
Transactions; sec. The Civic Press; v.-p. Boyd H. Wood
Co., sec E. J. McLaughlin Co. Methodist. Mem. Delta
Upsilon fraternity, Bav Ridge Lodge, 856, F. and A.
M. Mem. of Bars of N. Y., Conn, and Mass.; contb'r
to legal periodicals; specialty corporation and real es-
tate law. Address: Woolworth Bld'g, N. Y. City.


Capt. U. S. Navy; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 7, 1861;
s. John Wardell and Mary Garrison (Snepard) Wood;
ed. public schs., N. Y. City, Flushing (L. I.) Inst.; en-
tered U. S. Naval Acad., Annapolis, Md., 1878, and grad.
1882; m. Poughkeepsie, N. Y., June 12, 1895, M. Mar-
garetta Fryer; children: Margaretta, t>. 1899, Anne
Elizabeth, b. 1906. Cadet midshipman, June, 1878-
June, 1882; naval cadet, Aug., 1882-July, 1884; ensign,
July, 1884-April, 1S94; lieut., junior grade, 1894-Sept.,
1897; lieut., Sept., 1897-July, 1903; lieut.-comd'r, July,
1903-Oct., 1907; comd'r, Oct., 1907-Mar., 1911; capt.
since 1911. On duty 1882 on U. S. S. Vandalia and
U. S. S. Tennessee, N. Atlantic Squad.; July, 1884, U. S.
Naval Proving Ground, Annapolis; May, 1885, U. S. S.
Iroquois, S. Pacific Sta. ; Dec, 1887, U. S. Survey
steamer Patterson; Oot., 1888, with party to determine
longitudes in Mexico and Central America; 1889,
transferred to Asiatic Sta.; part of time flag lieut. on
staff of Rear Admiral G. E. Belknap; 1892, to Wash-
ington on duty in office of Ass't Sec. of Navy, and as
a/ide to Sec of Navy; accompanied Rear Admiral J. G.
Walker to Honolulu as flag sec, in Spring of 1894, and
returning in fall, 1894, reported to Rear Admiral R.
W. Meade, on flagship New York for duty as flag sec;
May, 1895, ordered to duty on U. S. Receiving ship
Vermont, and in fall of same year as ass't insp. of
torpedo-boats Porter and DuPont; when Dupont com-
pleted, ordered to command her; continued in com-
mand of DuPont through Spanish-Am. War, until Nov.,
1898. During this time traveled over 15,000 miles in
DuPont; accompanied Admiral Sampson's fleet when
it proceeded to Havana; blockaded Matanzas; accom-
panied army convoy to south side of Cuba; carried
dispatches from Admiral Sampson at Key West to
Commodore Schley at Cienfuegos; engaged in patrol
and dispatch duty south side of Cuba; carried dis-
patch of Admiral Sampson announcing defeat of Span-
ish fleet from place where Spanish warship Colon ran
ashore off Tarquino River, to Siboney; reported for
duty on U. S. S. Massachusetts, Nov., 1898; Oct., 1899,
joined U. S. S. Brooklyn, and in Nov. went to Asiatic
Sta., via Suez Canal; part of time served as flag sec.
for Rear Admiral J. C. Watson; returned home on U.
S. S. Baltimore, and in fall of 1900 reported for duty
as ass't insp. of 3d Lighthouse Dist. in headquarters
of Tompkinsville, N. Y.; in Jan., 1902, reported for duty



on U. S. S. San Francisco, serving on European and M.
Atlantic Stations, until 1904, when reported for duty
as aide to Admiral of Navy, George Dewey, continu-
ing duty until March, 1908, then, in connection with
fitting out of U. s. S. Idaho and as exec, officer \\ hen
comm'nd April, 190S. In command U. S. S. New York,
May, 1909, until March, 1910; sec. Gen. B'd of Navv,
1910-1912; in command CJ. S, S. Nebraska, since Feb.,
1912; while in command of Nebraska, took her up
Mississippi River to vicksburg. Miss. Episcopalian.
Clubs: Army and Navy, N. T. Yacht (N. Y. City), Army
and Navy (Washington). Address: Care Navy I
u ' . hington, D. C.


Retired manufacturer, lieut. U. S. Navv, resigned;
b. Utiea, N. V., .May 10, 1850; s. George TV', and Harriet
W. (Clark) Wood; grad. U. S. Naval Acad., Annapolis,
Md 1S71; appt'd after competitive examination by
late Hon. Roscoe Conkling; m. N. Y. City, Jan., 1876,
Julia A. Rudd; children: Katherine W. Crocker (wife
of F. L. Crocker, N. Y. City), Jessie C. (wife of Reg-
inald D. Kernan, savannah, Ga.). Cruised in Europe
and West Indies, and took part in various expd'ns,
1S74, and engaged In mf'g; established firm of Skinner
& Wood, Erie Co., Pa., eng'rs; retired in 1885 ana
traveled abroad with family several vears; in 1S91
established the Ball & Wood Co., N. Y. City; remained
its pres. until 1906, when retired from active business
and devoted time to care of estates. At outbreak of
Spanish-Am. War re-entered naval service; comm'nd
lieut. on board Gloucester, under Comd'r Wainwright,
and took part in all important operations under Ad-
miral Sampson in West Indies; promoted and ad-
vanced for "gallant and conspicuous conduct in en-
gagement between. Gloucester and Spanish destroyers
at Santiago"; made first landing and raised first Amer-
ican flag at Porto Rico, and commanded landing expd'n
at Arroyo, and held town until arrival of army; at
close of war resumed business. Independent Repub-
lican; mem. Reformed Ch. Received West India Ser-
vice Medal and specially meritorious medal. Mem.
Naval Order of U. S., Naval Alumni Ass'n. Clubs:
University, Century. Residence: Clinton, N. Y., and
Monmouth Beach, N. J. Address: 81 New St., N Y.


Lawyer; b. Stanford, Dutchess Co., N. Y., Dec. 31,
1S55; s. Robert and Caroline (Gorton) Wood; ed. com-
mon schs. Dutchess Co.; m. Dec. 23, 1903, Harriette M.
Johnson. Admitted to bar, 1879, Dutchess Co. Mem.
of firm of Wood & Wood, consisting of himself and
wife, Harriette M. J. Wood. Clerk B'd Supervisors
Dutchess Co., 1884; deputy collector internal revenue,
18S6; supervisor town of Fishkill, Dutchess Co., 1888;
chm'n State B'd of Assessors, June, 1892, to Jan. 1,
1896; mem. B'd of Ed'n City of Poughkeepsie, Jan. 1,
1897, to Jan. 1, 1902; deputy atfy-gen. State of N. Y.,
1903-1904. Has written and delivered many addresses
on literary and edn'l topics, and on patriotic occasions,
and has been a campaign speaker for Dem. State Com.
in every presidential campaign since 18S0. Democrat.
Clubs: Nat. Democratic, Nat. Arts, Dutchess. Address:
2 Rector St., N. Y. City.


Banker, broker; b. N. Y. City, 1872; s. Cornelius D.
and Helen (Ogden) Wood; grad. Amherst Coll., A.M.;
m. N. Y. City, 1905, Anna E. Matheson. Mem. Dadd &
Wood, bankers and brokers; trustee Brooklyn Trust
Co., Club Bld'g Co. Republican; Congregationalism
Mem. Alpha Delta Phi fraternity. Trustee Am. Mis-
sionary Ass'n, Christodora Settlement, West Side Y.
M. C. A. Clubs: Union League, Racquet and Tennis,
Hamilton, Nassau Country, Corinthian Yacht, Piping
Rock. Address: 7 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Prof, of philosophy; d. Windsor, Ontario. Canada,
March 26, 1S67; s. James and Melissa Ella (Bingham)
Woodbridge; grad. Amherst Coll., A.B., 18S9, A.M.,
1S98, ULjD., 1903; Union Theol. 'Sem., 1S92; Univ. of
Berlin, Germany, 1S92-1894; m. Chicago, 111., June 25,
1895, Helena Belle Adams; children: Frederick James,
b. 1900, John Arven, b. 1903, Donald Bingham, b. 1906,
Helena, b. 1907. Instr. in philosophy, 1894-1895; prof,
philosophy, 1S95-1902. Univ. of Minn.; prof, of phi-
losophy, Columbia Univ., 1902; Johnsonian prof, of
same since 1904. Dean of Faculties of Polit. Science,
Philosophy, Pure Science, and Fine Arts, since 1912.
Editor: The Journal of Philosophy; Psychology and
Scientific Methods. Author: The Philosophy of
Htfbbes, 1903; has written numerous articles in period-
icals. Episcopalian. Mem. Western Philos. Soc, Am.
Philos. Ass'n, Am. Psychol. Ass'n, N. Y. Acad, or
Sciences, Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Delta Phi. Club:
Century Ass'n. Residence: Montrose. Westchester Co.,
N. Y. "Address: Columbia Univ., N. Y. City.

Prof, physical science; b. Westport, N. Y., July 2,

'''.. . I;. \ .l"lm \ ! ,hi:i una I I ; .in n ) W i h.i I li ull ;

grad. Yale, A.B., 1880; Columbia, Ph.D., 1898; m. Chlc-
opee Falls, Mass., April 2, 1886, Minnie Ellen Hlnkley;
children: Mildred, b. 1887, Hazel, b. 1890, John Rich
ii. 1903. Prof, physical science, Columbia Univ.
Author of numerous texts on chemistr\ and physics.
Epl copalian. Fellow A.AjA.B, and N. Y Acad, of
Science. Address: Colum'bia University, N. Y. City.


Manufacturer; b. Lerwick, Pa., May 27, 1S68; s.
Clemuel R, and Mary L. (Diekerman) Woodin; at-
tended Columbia Univ. Sch. of Mines, 1890; m. Oct. 8,
1889, Annie. Jessup; children: Mate Louise, Anne J.,
William H., Jr., Elizabeth F. Gen. sup't 181)2-1805,
v.-p. 1895-1899, pres. 1899 Of .Jackson & Woodin Mf'g
Co., Berwick, Pa.; dist. mg'r of Berwick Plant, 1890-
l'.MJO, ass't to 1st v.-p., 1001, and ass't to pres. and dir.
since 1902 of Am. Car & Foundry Co. Pres. and dir.
American Car & Foundry Export Co., Standard Plunger
Elevator Co.; v.-p. and dir. Hoyt & Woodin Mf'g Co.,
Good Land Cypress Co.; dir. Coal & Iron Nat. Bank.

' 'a mini. I le lor I 'on r, ss I i , I Till 1 '..n ; 1 list, of Pa.,

1898. Mem. Met. Museum of Art, Am. Numismatic Soc,
Acad, of Polit. Science, Pa. Soc, Soc. Colonial Wars,
Alliance Frangaise, Alpha Delta Phi fraternity. Trus-
tee Fifth Av. Presby'n Ch., advisory mem. Industrial
Com., Y. M. C. A.; mem. Chamber of Commerce. Rec-
reation: Golf, tennis, clubs: Engineers, Metropolitan,
Union League, Racquet & Tennis, Richmond Co. Coun-
try, Oakland Golf, Railroad, Wykagvl Country, City
Lunch. Residence: 127 E. GOth St. Address: 1G5 Broad-
way, N. Y. City.


Catholic priest; b. Saco, Me., Nov. 1, 1852; s. Andrew
and Abigail Ayer (Haley) Woodman; grad. Trinity
Coll., Hartford, B.A., 1873; Amherst Coll., Amherst,
A.M., 1S77; Manhattan Coll., N. Y. City, Ph.D., 1881;
Sc.D., St. Mary's Coll., Oakland, Cal., 1913; Litt.D. from
Trinity Coll., 1913 (his Alma Mater); studied at Gen.
Theol. Sem., N. Y. City, in preparation for Episcopal
ministry, but while there became converted to Catho-
lic religion, and entered Congregation of St. Paul the
Apostle. Ordained priest in San Francisco, July 13,
1870. Lecturing prof. Newman Hall Univ. of Calif.
Author: Bridal Wreath, Poets and Poetry of Ireland,
Manual of Prayers, Perpetual Calendar. Chaplain
Calif. State Senate, 1911-1912. Knighted by King of
Spain, 1894. Ass't astronomer, Smithsonian eclipse
expd'n, 1900. Republican. Mem. Phi Beta Kappa, Psi
Upsilon, Am. Geog. Soc, S. A. R., Soc. Colonial Wars,
War of 1S12, Aztec Club, of '47, Loyal Legion, B. P. O.
Elks, Knight Comd'r Royal Order of Isabella the Cath-
olic Address: 415 W. 59th St., N. Y. City.


Organist, composer, conductor; b. Brooklyn, N. Y.,
Jan. IS, 18G1; s. Jonathan Call and Sarah Ann (Cope-
land) Woodman; ed. common schools and Coll. City of
N. Y. (three years): m. Brooklyn, June 14, 1892, Ethel
Righter; children: Winifred, b. 1895, Jocelyn, b. 1898.
Organist 1st Presby'n Ch., Brooklyn, since 18S0; prof,
of music, Packer Collegiate Inst, since 1895. One of
ten Am. organists selected by Bureau of Music to give
first series of recitals at the Columbian Exp'n, 1893;
also organist at other great exp'ns. Fellow Am. Guild
of Organists; fellow Brooklyn Inst. Arts and Sciences,
and pres. Dep't of Music; conductor Bridgeport Ora-
torio Soc, Woodman Choral Club. Address: 131 Hicks
St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Physician; b. Bucks Co., Pa., Jan, 1, 1875; s. Comly
and Martha (Smith) Woodman, of Pa. Quaker ances-
try; grad. from the Abington Friends' Sch., Jenkins-
town, Pa., 1S92; Hehnemann Med. Coll., Phila., Pa.;
m. Jan. 6. 1903. Ethel Davis. First ass't physician to
the Middletown State Homce. Hosp. since Oct., 1902;
previously was two years in Rochester, N. Y., Homce.
Hosp., as interne, and nearly one year in gen. prac-
tice, Lambertville. N. J.; was apot'd interne at Middle-
town, June 1, 1S98, and has since filled position as
physician to that inst'n. Mem. Am. Inst. Homoeo-
pathy, N. Y. State Homce. Med. Soc, N. Y. Neurol. Soc.
Address: Middletown, N. Y.


Prof, lo.w, Cornell Univ.: b. Ithaca, N. Y., Sept. 2,
1S62; ed. public schools of Ithaca: grad. LL.B., Cornell
Univ. Ass't in Cornell Univ. Library and Astor Li-
brary, 1881-18S7; instr. In English, Cornell Univ., 1888-
1890; librarian Stanford Univ., 1801-1895; prof, of law,
Stanford Univ., 1893-1S95: prof, of law, Cornell Univ.,
since 1S9G; lecturer in Chicago Univ. Law Sch., 1904,
1906. Author: Cases in Domestic Relations, 1897 (new



edition, 1905); Introduction to the Study of Law, 1898;
Oases on Insurance, 1900; Cases on Quasi Contracts,
1905; American Cases in Contracts, 1894 (jointly with
E. W. Huffcut). Democrat. Club: Town and Gown
(Ithaca). Address: Boardman Hall, Ithaca, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Chenango Forks, N. Y., Oct. 29, 1874; s.
Jacob Davis and Emily C. (Hall) Woodruff; grad. Wav-
erley High Sen., two years at Colgate Univ.; m., 1st,
June, 1899, Grace E. Hall (died 1901)); 2d, Jan. 13,
1903, Minnie D. Twomley; children: Ernest H., Jr., b.
Oct. 23, 1900; Jacob T., b. Feb. 25, 1909; Dorothy U.,
b. Nov., 1911. Actively engaged in practice of law.
Instrumental in closing up saloons in Little Valley,
N. Y. Att'y for Olean Civic Federation. Sec. Olean
Chamber of Commerce, 1910-1913. Nominee of Pro-
hibition Party for att'y-gen., 1912. Club: Olean Tennis.
Residence: 408 S. Union. Address: 39 & 40 Metropoli-
tan Bld'g, Olean, N. Y.


Editor; b. Bath, N. Y., Aug. 13, 1872; s. Rev. Henry
Clay and Mary Moore (Seaver) Woods; ed. Genesee
Wesley an Sem., Lima, N. Y.; grad. Wesleyan Univ.,
Middletown, Conn., A.B., 1895; m. Oswego, N. Y., April
26 1905, Grace E. Crombie; one son: Robert Crombie,
b 1906. Editor The Wesleyan Literary Monthly, Mid-
dletown, Conn., 1S94-1895; asso. editor The Middletown
Citizen, 1895-1896; N. E. editor Springfield (Mass.) Re-
publican, 1896-1897; joined staff of The Literary Di-
gest, 1S97, and since May 1, 1905, its editor. Traveled
in Europe in 1903. Mem. Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Nu
Theta fraternities. Residence, 158 Lorraine Av Up-
per Montcla'r, N. J. Address: 354 Fourth Av., N. Y.


Pres. Lloyds Plate Ins. Co. of N. Y.; b. N. Y. City,
July 20, 1851; ed. public schools. Went into ins. brok-
er's office .when 17 years old, and engaged in broker-
age business until 1879, when became interested in
plate glass underwriting. Was first sec. Lloyds Plate
Glass Ins. Co.; became pres., 1S93. Address: 63 Will-
iam St., N. Y. City.

Born Rutherford, N. J., March 13, 1868; s. George
lEvertson and E. B. Deodata (Mortimer) Woodward;
lived 1873-1886 in France, Germany and Italy; re-
ceived degrees of Bachelier-es-Sciences and Bachelier-
es-Lettres, Sorbonne, Paris; grad. Columbia Univ.,
A B., 1888, later A.M.. Ph.D. Was on faculties of Co-
lumbia Univ., 1888-1908. Ass't comm'r gen. from U.S.
to Paris Exp'n of 1900, and later liquidated the affairs
of Am. Comm'n, distributing medals and diplomas of
award, official reports to jurors, etc. Mem. Phi Beta
Kappa Soc, Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity and Kane
Lodge, N. Y Officer of French Legion d'Honneur.
Clubs: University. Republican, Lawyers' (N. Y. City),
Travelers (Paris). Address: University Club, N. Y.

Lawyer, brewer; b. N. Y. City, May 31, 1869; s. Rig-
nal T. and Mary (Raborg) Woodward; ed. Churchill s
Sch. Fowler's Sch., Sch. of Mines, Columbia Umv;
grad N. Y. Law Sch., LL.B.; m. Lyons, NY., Oct. 20,
1S98, Anne Parshall. Served as vol. in Spanish-Am.
War; mustered in, May 19, 1898 as 1st lieut Co. D.
69th N. Y. Reg't U. S. Vol. Inf.; Camp Black, Chicka-
mauga, Tenn.; Tampa, Fla.; Fernandina, Fla. ; Hunts-
ville, Ala.; resigned Nov. 12, 1898 V.-p., sec. and air.
Clausen-Flanagan Brewery, dir. N. Y. Transportat on
Co and Tight Joint Co. Democrat; Roman Catholic.
Mem Naval and Mil. Order of Spanish-Am. War, Mil.
Order of Foreign Wars, Delta Kappa Epsilon fra-
ternity. Clubs: St. Nicholas. Columbia Umv NY.
Yacht. Racquet & Tennis. Address: 441 W. 25th St.,
N. Y. City.


Tax comm'r. Appt'd comm'r of taxes, City of N. Y.,
by Mavor Mitchel, Jan. 1, 1914. Address: Hall of Rec-
ords, N. Y. City.


Justice of Supreme Court; b. Chautauqua County. N.
Y., Aug. 19, 1859; s. Daniel S. and Cornelia (Lake)
Woodward; grad. Fredonia State Normal Sch., 1878.
Law Sch. Univ. of City of N. Y.. LL.B., 1881, LL.D.,
1907; m. Fredonia. N. Y., May 26. 1S86, Mary E. Barker,
d. Hon. George Barker, justice of Supreme Court;
children: Marv Elizabeth, Frances. Served as city
att'y of Jamestown, N. Y for three years; mem. B'd
of Supervisors of Chautauqua County, five years; dlst.
att'y Chautauqua County, three years; elected, 1S96.
instice Supremo Court of N. Y. State for term of four-
teen vears: assigned as justice Appellate Div. Supreme

Court, 2nd Dep't, 1898; re-assigned 19U3, 1908 and 1911;
resigned as judge Appellate Div., 2nd Dep't, March 1,
1913, and appt'd justice of Appellate Div., 3rd Dep't,
March, 1913. Republican. Clubs: Country, Buffalo
(Buffalo), Jamestown (Jamestown), Brooklyn (Brook-
lyn). Republican (N. Y. City). Address: 622 Delaware
Av., Buffalo, N. Y.


Special partner, firm of Charles Hathaway & Co.;
trustee Mutual Life Ins. Co.; trustee Bowery Savings
Bank; 2nd v.-p. and trustee Brooklyn Inst, of Arts and
Sciences; mem. finance com. and trustee, Brooklyn
Acad, of Music; trustee, Franklin Safe Deposit Co..
Franklin Trust Co., dir. Home Life Ins. Co., Lloyds
Plate Glass Ins. Co., v.-p. Nassau Nat. Bank of Brook-
lyn; dir. Thompson-Starrett Co., U. S. Casualty Co.,
Bond, Mortgage Guaranty Co. Address: 118 Pierrepont
St., Brooklyn, and 45 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Plattsburg. N. Y., April 10, 1882; s. Will-
iam Van Schoonhoven and Charlotte A. (Peck) Wood-
ward; grad. Williams Coll., 1904, Harvard Law Sch.,
1908; unmarried. Engaged in practise of law in N. Y.
City since 1908; mem. law firm Crane, Woodward &
Shonk. Private in Troop A, First Squadron. N. G. N. J.
(formerly Essex Troop). Mem. Delta Kappa Epsilon
fraternity. Club: Harvard (N. Y. City). Residence:
East Orange, N. J. Address: 2 Rector St., N. Y. City.


Educator; b. Belchertown, Mass., Oct. 17, 1869; s.
William Walter and Lydia Ames (Sessions) Wood-
worth; ed. Newton (Mass.) High Sch.; grad. Amherst
Coll., A.B., 1891, Harvard Univ., A.B., 1896, A.M., 1897.
Columbia Univ.. Ph.D., 1899; studied also at Univs. of
Edinburgh and Liverpool; m. Liverpool, Eng., 1903,
Gabrielle Marie Schjoth; children: Svenssen, b. 1904;
Greta, b. 1906; William, b. 1908. Has held positions in
physiology, in Harvard Med. Sch., and Univ. and Belle-
vue Hosp. Med. Sch.. as well as in Liverpool Univ.; now
prof, psychology, Columbia Univ.; has published nu-
merous articles on physiology and psychology. Au-
thor: Le Mouvement, Paris, 1903; Elements of Physi-
ological Psychology (with G. T. Ladd), N. Y., 1911; The
Care of the Body, N. Y., 1912. Fellow N. Y. Acad, of
Sciences, A.A.A.S. ; mem. Am. Psychol. Ass'n, Am.
Physiol. Soc. Clubs: Theta Delta XI. Faculty of Co-
lumbia Univ. Address: Columbia Univ., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Berlin, Conn., July 3, 1844; s. Rev. W. W.
and Lucy (Atwater) Woodworth; ed. public schools,
Waterbury, Conn.. Mansfield, O., Hopkins Grammar
Sch., New Haven; grad. Yale Coll., A.B., 1865, Yale Law
Sch., and Albany Law Sch.; m. Dec. 28, 1871. Elizabeth
Willis (died March 6, 1909); one d.: Amy A. (wife
Fred G. Barber), b. 1875. Began gen. practise of law
in Mt. Vernon, N. Y., 1870, with C. H. Ostander; later
associated at New Rochelle with Charles H. Roosevelt,
and in 1875 with William Bourke Cockran: has been
practising at White Plains. N. Y., since 1875. doing
chiefly a real estate law business, largely for N. Y.,
New Haven & Hartford R. R. Co. Was counsel for
village of Mt. Vernon and later of White Plains: li-
brarian Supreme Court Library; started Village Park

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