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palian. Mem. Delta Kappa Epsilon, Delta Kappa
Epsilon Alumni Ass'n, asso. Alumni Coll. City of
N. Y. Residence: (country): Lake. Orange Co., N. Y.;
(city): 244 W. 104th St.. X. Y. City.


Editor; b. Laona, Chautauqua Co., N. Y., July 2,
1850; s. Thomas B. and Betsey (Clough) Buel; ed.
high sch., Wayland Acad., Beaver Dam, Wis., 1861-
1868; Univ. of Minn., 1870-1872; Univ. of Berlin,
1872-1873; Polytechnic Sch., Munich, and Univ. of
Munich. 1873-1874; m. 1st, Sept. 12. 1SSS, Mary Alice
Snow (died Nov. 5. 1898); 2d, April 23, 1903, Maria
Victoria Torrilhon; children: Beatrix, b. 1889;
Thomas, b. 1890; Constance Clough, b. 1S93; Richard
Van Wyck, b. 1896; Victoria Torrilhon, b. 1907. Asso.
editor Tribune, Minneapolis, Minn., 1874-1875: on
staff N. Y. Tribune, 1875-1881; ass't editor Century
Magazine, 1881-1910; asso. editor. 1910-1913; advisory
editor since 1913. Joint editor, with Robert Un-
derwood Johnson, of Battles and Leaders of the Civil
War (4 vols.). Contb'r to magazine literature. Clubs:
Century Ass'n, Players. Address: 130 E. 67th St.,
N. Y. City.


Physician; b. East Bloomfield, N. Y., Jan. 7, 1867; s.
Charles and Anna (Dunn) Buell; ed. E. Bloomfield
public schs., Oberlin Prep. Sch., Univ. of Cincinnati,
B.S., 1888; Med. Coll. of Ohio. Cincinnati. M.D., 1891;
m. Canandaigua, N. Y., June 27, 1905, A. Augusta
Faber. Resident physician Good Samaritan Hosp..
Cincinnati 1891-1892; practising physician at Canan-
daigua, N. Y. Mem. Am. Med. Ass'n, N. Y. State
Med. Soc, Ontario Co. Med. Soc, Soc. Physicians
and Surgeons Village of Canandaigua, Canandaigua
Scientific Soc. Mem. Staff of Bd. of Dir. Frederick
Ferris Thompson Hosp., Canandaigua,, N. Y. Republi-
can; Congregationalist. Address: Canandaigua, N. Y.


Physician and surgeon; b. in Vienna, Sept. 13, 1879;
s. Arthur and Charlotte (Klug) Buerger; ed. N Y
City pub. schs., Coll. City of N. Y., A.B., 1897; (honors.
Phi Beta Kappa), Columbia, M.A., 1901; Coll. Phys.
and Surg., M.D., 1901 (honors); Univ. State of N. Y.
license, 1901, cum laude; alumnus German Hosp.,
Mt. Sinai Hosp.; Breslau Univ., 1905. Surgeon Good
Samaritan Dispensary, 1907; asso. genito-urinary sur-
geon and asso. surg. pathology, Mt. Sinai Hosp., N. Y.;
attending surgeon to the Har Mohriah Hosp. Engaged
in bacteriological studies for Pneumonia Comm'n.
1904-1905, on pneumococci. Author of numerous
papers on bacteriological, pathological and surgical
topics. Mem. N. Y. Pathol. Soc, Harvey Soc, Ass'n
of Am. Pathologists and Bacteriologists. Mem.
Gamma Chapter Phi Beta Kappa. Address: 40 E.
41st St., N. Y. City.


Principal State Normal Sch.; b. Colton, N. Y.,
April 21, 1858; s. John F. and Clementina P. (Gates)
Bugbee; grad. St. Lawrence Univ., A.B., 1879 (A.M.,
D.Sc, Phi Beta Kappa); m. Canton, N. Y., 1883, Ida
Farns. Principal of schs. Colton, N. Y.; Naples, N. Y.,
and Newark, N. Y., 1878-1889; teacher of mathematics,
State Normal Sch., Oneonta, 1889-1895; State conductor
teachers' institutes, 1S95-1898; principal Oneonta
Normal Sch. since 1898. Address: IS Walnut St..
Oneonta, N. Y.


Physician; b. N. Y. City, Jan. 12, 1845; s. Dr. Henry
D. and Julianna (Barnes) Bulkley; ed. in N. Y. Public
Sch. No. 13 (Thomas Hunter) and Anthon Grammar
Sch.; Yale Coll., A.B., 1866; A.M., 1S69 Coll. Phy. and
Surg., N. Y. City, M.D., 1869; m. Bergen Point. N. J..
May 28. 1872, Kate La Rue Mellick; children: Eliza-
beth (Mrs. Dr. H. H. Janeway), h. 1873; Yula (Mrs. 13.
V. Cox), b. 1S75; Dr. Lucius Constant, b. 1877; M.
Duncan, b. 1882; Kathleen (Mrs. Nathan A. Smyth),
b. 1883; Dr. Kenneth, b. 18S5. Resident physician
N. Y. Hosp., 1S70. Studied dermatology in Vienna,
Paris and London; practising In X. Y. City since
return. Has been abroad many times, often attend-
ing med. and dermatol. congresses, and has traveled
much in this country. Dir. Am. Savings Bank. Re-
publican (independent); Presby'n. Mem. various Nat.,
State and local med. socs; hon. mem. French, German
and Italian Dermatol. Socs.; late pres. Am. Acad.
Medicine. Founder, dir. and attending physician, N.
Y. Skin and Cancer Hosp.; consulting physician N.
V I consulting dermatologist Randall's Island

Hos' i ;r Ruptured and Crippled, and Man-

halt 1 Ear Hosp. Founder and editor

Arch' . ' rmatology; frequent writer in med.

jouri iior: Eczema and its Management;

Acn treatment; Manual of Diseases of the

Skit in the Innocent; The Relations of

nis< - Skin to Internal Disorders: Diet and



Hygiene in Diseases of the Skin, etc. Clubs: Uni-
versity, Yale, Quill. Addrc- Id ulison Av., N.
T. City.


Banker, broker; b. Montclair, N. J., Deo. 11, 1871;
s. William Lanman and Tasie Xewton ( Worthington)
Bull: ed. Cutler's Sell., N. V. City; [nst., Ho

boken, N. J., class ot 1896; m. Wakefield. R. I., Oct.
2, 1S95, Mary Helen Robinson; children: Frederica, b.
1896; Helen, b. 1001. Five years on eng'ring staff
of Henry R. Worthington Co., engaged in installing
large water work plants and representing company
at tests, etc., of such plants. Did considerable work
in Europe in this line; in 1898 mtered office of
Edward Sweet & Co., and was admitted to the firm
the following year. Mem. seven years 7th Reg't.
N. G. S. N. Y. Republican. Mem. Chi PsI, Alpha Xi.
Xew England Soc. Clubs: Union, Racquet and Tennis.
The Brook, City Midday. Address: 34 Pine St., X
Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Buffalo, N. Y., 1S73; s. Henry and Fanny
(Adsit) Bull; ed. public and private schs., Buffalo;
Harvard Univ., A.B., 1895; Univ. of Buffalo, LL.B..
1898; m. Buffalo, N. Y., 1901, Cornelia Rumsey, d.
Ansley Wilcox; children: Katherine, b. 1902; Henry
Adsit, Jr., b 1905; Marian, b. 1906. In 1S9S began
practice in Buffalo; mem. firm of Wilcox & Bull.
1903-1912, retiring to follow sp'l lines of work. Lec-
turer in Buffalo Law Sch., 1902-1904. Republican com-
mitteeman, 1899-1908. Entered 65th Reg't, N.G.N.Y.,
Dec, 1895; capt., Dec, 1896; deputy to Gen. Conv.,
1913; in U. S. Vols., 1898; full and honorable dis-
charge, 1901. Dir. First Nat. Bank of Hornell, N. Y.
Episcopalian. Trustee Law Library of Eighth Jud.
Dist., 1903-1907. Councilman of City, 1907-1911 Asso.
counsel for State Comm'n which investigated the Nat.
Guard. 1907-1908 (Wainwright Comm'n). Clubs: Sa-
turn, University, Park, Ellicott. Address: 672 Elli-
cott Sq., Buffalo, N. Y.


Banker and broker; b. Montclair, N. J., Mar. 27.
1874; s. William Lanman and Tasie N. (Worthington)
Bull; ed. Lawrenceville and Cutler schs., Columbia
Univ., class of 1896; m. Saratoga, X. Y., Dec. 6, 1904,
Maud Livingston, of Islip, L. I. Started in business
with Edward Sweet & Co., bankers and brokers, 1895,
in which firm (founded 1854) became partner in 1S99.
Served five years as private Co. K, 7th Reg't N. G.
S. X. Y.; enlisted in 1st U. S. Vol. CaValry (Rough
Riders) on formation of reg't, in 1898, as trooper;
made corporal of K Troop at San Antonio, Tex.; in
engagements: Las Guaslmas, San Juan Hill and Siege
of Santiago, Cuba; mustered out with rank of ser-
geant. Mem. Delta Psi (Columbia). Clubs: Knicker-
bocker, Union, Racquet and Tennis, N. Y. Yacht, St.
Anthony, Meadow Brook Hunt, Ardsley (N. Y. City);
Metropolitan (Washington, D. C). Residence: 111
E. 40th St. Address: 34 Pine St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City. Aug. 26, 1857; s. Richard H.
and Mary (Schouten) Bull; grad. X. Y. Univ., A.B.,
1878 (Phi Beta Kappa); X. Y. Univ. Law Sch... LL.B.;
m. Rouen, France, Aug., 1885, Sarah Adams Williams;
children: Marion Frances, Priscilla Mullins. Counsel
for numerous large corp'ns in matters relating to
patents and trade marks; mem. law firm Gifford &
Bull. Pres. The Gramercv Co. Mem. Micros. Soc.
Phi Beta Kappa Soc. Clubs: Calumet (pres.), Union,
Lawyers', Baltusrol Golf, Delta Phi. Address: 141
Broadway, N Y. City.


Banker; b. Essex, Conn.; s. Egbert and Julia A.
(Buckingham) Bull; ed. public schs. of Essex; m.
Oct. 7, 1911, Gertrude Elizabeth Moore. With First
Nat. Bank, Hartford, Conn., 9 years; mem. firm
Swartwout & Appenzellar, bankers, since Nov., 1910.
Republican. Mem. Com. of Mg'nt of 23d St. T. M. <-'
A. Residence: 601 Cathedral Parkwav. Address: 44
Pine St.. N. Y. City.


Broker; b. X. Y. City, Aug. 23, 1844; ed. Univ. City
of X. Y. ; m. Sara N. Worthington. Interested as
officer and dir. of large railroad and mining corp'ns;
trustee Met. Trust Co.: mem. firm Edward Sweet &
Co.. brokers; mem. N. Y. Stock Exchange (pres. 1888-
1890), Chamber of Commerce, New England, Am.
Fine Arts, Mayflower, Dunlap societies; S. A. R., Met.
Museum of Art. Clubs: N. Y. Yacht. Metropolitan,
Grolier. University, Union, Players'. Century. Alpha
Delta Phi, Riding, Republican. Ardsley, Church, City
Midday. Address: 805 Fifth Av., X. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. U aterford, N. Y.; s. Gen. Edward Fitch
and Phebe A. (Consalu.) Bullard; eii. high sch., Sara-
toga Springs, N. Y.; Union Classical Inst.. Schenectady,
N. Y.; Phillips Acad., Exeter N. H., class of 1880, ana
rd Coll., class of 1884 (did not graduate); m.
Dows, Iowa, 1S8S, Louise H., d. Col. William Francis
McLean, of New Orleans, La.; one son: Lawn nci B.,
lb. 1896. Left college on account of illness; spent a
years In Humboldt Co., Iowa; active in politics there;
mem. Rep. Co. Central Com., delegate to State Conv.,
etc. Admitted to bar, Minneapolis, Minn., 1889; in N.
Y. State, Sept., 1S90. Has tieen prominent in civic
bodies in Queens Co., and in the agitation to secure
rapid transit for Borough of Queens. Man., dir. and
treas. Eastern Boroughs Land Co., and Merchants'
Land and Development Co. Independent Democrat.
Mem. Com. of 100, New York City campaign, '1909. Ad-
dress: Richmond Hill, N. Y.


Educator; b. Hinsdale, N. Y., Feb. 25, 186;; s. Ed-
win G. and May V. (Billings) Bullard; grad. Brown
Univ., A.B., 1892; Clark Univ.. Ph.D., 1896; m. Attica,
X. Y., Aug. 28, 1912, Edith Marian Eastman. Instr.
mathematics Elmira (N. Y.) Free Acad., 1892-1893;
St. Lawrence Univ., 1S94; Univ. of Vt., 1896-1900;
Syracuse Univ., 1900; asso. prof, mathematics, Syra-
cuse Univ., 1901-1909; prof, mathematics, Syracuse
Univ., since 1909. Republican; Baptist. Fellow
A.A.A.S. ; mem. Am. Math. Soc, Deutsche Mathematiker
Vereinigung, Circolo Matematico di Palermo, Phi Beta
Kappa, Sigma Xi. Address: 124 Redfield PL, Syra-
cuse, N. Y.


Physician; b. Fitchburg, Mass., Jan. 23, 1852: s.
Rev. E. W. and Harriet (Dickinson) Bullard; ed. 1
year at Amherst Agr'l Coll.; grad. Dartmouth Med.
Coll., M.D.. 1872, and Columbia Univ., Med. Dep't, 1874;
m. N. Y. City, April 11, 1883. Frances Atwood Higgins.
Served in U. S. Navy during Polaris Relief Expd'n,
1873; practising medicine since 1874. Resident physi-
cian at Hotel Nassau. Bahamas, 1900-1904. Republi-
can: Episcopalian. Mem. N. Y. Acad. Medicine, N. Y.
Co. Med. Soc, Westchester Co. Med. Soc. Recreations:
Yachting, golf. Club: Larchmont Yacht. Address:
Larchmont, N. Y.


Editor; b. Lima, N. Y., Mar. 10, 1836. of New Eng-
land parentage; entered a printing office in Sept.,
1852; in I860 established Dansville Advertiser, which
has since published and edited; sec. and treas. N. Y.
Press Ass'n since 186S. Republican Editorial Ass'n of
X. Y. State since org'n, 1894; Nat. Republican Edi-
torial Ass'n since org'n, 1900; pres. Nat. Editorial
Ass'n, 1894-1S96; was grand master of I. O. O. F. of
State of N. Y.. 1884-1885. Has held responsible po-
sitions in loca!- hist., literary and other ass'ns, socs.
and business org'ns. Address: Dansville, X. Y.


Editor, publisher and lecturer; b. Unadilla. Otsego
Co., N. Y., Oct. 17, 1852; s. Heman Gale and ElizaBetn
Ann (Wetmore) Bunnell; ed. publ.c and private
schs., and Delaware Literary Inst.. Franklin, N. Y.:
m. Tioga, Pa., Mar. 11, 1879, Marv Philena Hathaway:
children: Frederick Howard, b. 1880 (died 1S86):
Fenimore Stanley, b. 1896 (died 1902). Edited and
owned several newspapers, and was half owner and
business mg'r Hornellsville Daily Times. 1888-1904:
conducted lithograph 'business in connection. Now
editor and prop'r Fort Edward Advertiser. Super-
visor city of Hornellsville, 1896-1897-1S98-1899; v.-p.
and dir. Hornellsville Exp'n. 19O0-19O4. Republican:
delegate to several Sta/te convs; Episcopalian (warden
of ch.). Orator on Memorial Day, sch. commencements,
dedications, etc. Lecturer under mg'nt Empire
Lyceum Bureau, Syracuse, N. Y. Past comd'r and pre-
late of DeMolay Commandery. K. T Hornell. X. Y.:
33 Mason, and mem. Odd Fellows. Address: Fort
Edward; X. 1".


Advertising agent; b. Franklin, Delaware Co., N.
Y Aug. 21, 1849; s. Heman G. and Elizabeth A. (Wet-
more) .Bunnell; ed. Gilbertsville (N. Y.) Acad.: m.
Guilford, N. T., Jan. 26, 1870, Mary E. Hull; children:
Mrs. Maude B. Whiting, b. 1871; Mrs. Grace A. Foote.
b. 1873; Mrs. Agnes M. Griffiths, b. 187"; Walter E.,
b. 1878; Arthur D., b. 1891. Engaged in advertising
business in N. Y. City about 26 years; now pres. W.
H. H. Hull & Co. Has traveled in Egvpt. Holv Land,
Greece. Turkey, etc; all over Continent of Europe,
and Great Britain four times. Supervisor town of
Guilford, X. Y.. 1S77-1S78: having summer home mere.



Republican; Episcopalian. Residence: 379 Washing-
ton Av., Brooklyn. Address: 154 Nassau St., N. Y.


Mechanical eng'r and mg'r; b. Stratford, Conn.; s.
Rufus William and Catherine M. (Sterling) Bunnell;
grad. Sheffield Scientific Sch., Yale, Ph.B., 1891, M.E.,
1893; m. Lockport, N. Y., Oct. 17, 1900, Rebecca Lap-
ham Peterson; children: Charles Sterling, b. Dec. 4,
1901; Elizabeth Lapham, b. April 3, 1904. V.-p. and
eng'r-in-ehief Griscom-Russell Co., N. Y. City. Mem.
Am. Soc. Mech. Eng'rs, Am. Gas Inst., Franklin Inst.,
Nat. Geog. Soc, Efficiency Soc, Am. Acad, of Polit.
and Social Science. Author: Cost-Keeping for Mf'g
Plants; contb'r to technical periodicals and books.
Address: 90 West St., N. Y. City.


V.-p. Queen Ins. Co. of America; b. Brooklyn, N.
Y., May 31, 1850. Entered office of Niagara Fire
Ins. Co. as clerk, 1864, and continued there until 1869;
in mercantile business 2 years; with Phenix Ins. Co.
of Brooklyn, 1871-1S81, being special agent in East-
ern and Middle States last 8 years; in 1881 entered
service of Queens Ins. Co. of Liverpool, traveling for
it as gen. agent in Middle States until 1899, when
became deputy mg'r U. S. 'branch; when Queen Ins.
Co. of America was organized under laws of State of
N. Y., to take business of 'Liverpool Co., was appt'd
sec; elected v.-p., April, 1900. Pres. Nat. B'd Fire Un-
derwriters, and v.-p. N. Y. B'd Fire Underwriters since
Mav, 1906; pres. and dir. Underwriters' Salvage Co
of N. Y., since July, 1906. Address: 84 William St.,
N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Boston, Mass., Oct. 3, 1865; s. Michael B.
and Albina (Long) Burdett; grad. Quincy Acad.,
1884; Harvard Univ., 1888; m. Boston, Feb. 21, 1890,
Winella White Stratton. Practised law in Boston for
two years; ibecame mem. N. Y. Bar and for ten years
was associated with Title Guarantee and Trust Co.,
N. Y. City; in 1902, upon the organization of the
Title Ins. Co. of N. Y., was elected sec. of that com-
pany, as well as of N. Y. Mortgage and Security Co.,
two allied corp'ns; later made gen. mg'r and counsel.
Elected sec. and treas. Chelsea Realty Co., sec. and
treas. the Lawyers' Eng'ring and Surveying Co., treas.
Hudson Mortgage Co., and pres. Montrose Realty Co.,
all of which positions retains. Independent politically;
Unitarian. V.-p. Nat. League of Unitarian Laymen;
treas. of Unitarian Conf. of Middle States and Canada;
mem. B'd of Trustees and sec. L. I. Hist. Soc Clubs:
Unitarian of N. Y. (pres.), Hamilton (Brooklyn).
Summer residence: Ridgefield, Conn. Address: 135
Broadway, N. Y. City.


Merchant; b. Brookfield, N. Y., Dec. 26, 1841; s. Waite
R. and Anna Maria (Frink) Burdick: ed. dist. sch. and
Ward sens., Watertown, N. Y.; m. Watertown. N. Y.,
Nov. 18, 1874, Mary Morse. Head of firm White &
Burdick Co.; pres. Lake View Cemetery, Renwi'ch Park.
Has been abroad three times. Bx-pres. of Village of
Ithaca. Comm'r State B'd of Charities. Served in
Civil War and bv't capt., March 23, 1S65; acting ass't
adj. gen. 18th Art'y Corps, Oct., 1864-June 22, 1863.
Warden St. John's Episcopal Ch. Mem. N. Y. Com-
mandery, Mil. Order Loyal Legion. Dir. Cascadilla
Sch. Club: Town and Gown. Residence: 403 E. Buf-
falo St. Address: 116 E. State St., Ithaca, N. Y.


Capitalist; b. Almond, N. Y., June 20, 1S53; ed. public
schs. ; m. Jan., 187S, Ella Pixley Bartlett. Entered em-
ploy of Delaware & Hudson R. R. Co., 1868, as tele-
graph operator; remained with company and in 1S85
became gen. passenger ag't; passenger traffic mg'r
Delaware & Hudson R. R., 1905-1910; resigned 1910 to
became gen. passenger ag't; passenger traffic mg'r
Pa. Removed to Pittsburgh, Pa., in 1910. Mem. Am.
Iron & Steel Inst., pres. Albany Chamber of Commerce,
1899-19C1. .Mem. New England Soc. Clu>bs: Ft. Orange,
Albany Country, Duquesne, Pittsburgh Athletic, Pitts-
burgh Golf. Oakmont Country. Address: 58 N. Pearl
St., Albany, N. Y.


Patent att'y; b. N. Y. City, March 15, 1S66; s.' Henry
Sanford and Elizabeth (Boswell) Burger, g. s., seventh
removed, of Jean Burgher, of N. Y. City, A.D., 1700;
grad. Princeton Univ., C.E., 1885; m. N. Y. City. Jan.
17, 1S95, Edith Fairfax Carter; one son, Fairfax Carter,
b. 1896. Has practised as patent att'y since 1S88. In-
ventor of sub-surface torpedo boat, three authorized
in U. S. Naval Appropriation Act of 1909. Has trav-
eled over A'merica and Europe. Presby'n. Recreations:

Yachting, golf, tennis, shooting, fishing, riding. Clubs:
Racquet and Tennis, Richmond County Country.
Princeton. Residence: 507 Madison Av. Address: 2
Rector St., N. Y City.


Botanist, educator; b. Little Valley, N. Y.. Jan. 19,
1855; s. Rev. Chalon Burgess, D.D.; grad. Fredonia
Normal Sch., 1875; Hamilton Coll., A.B., 1879; A.M.,
1882; Sc.D., 1899; fellow Johns Hopkins, 1880-1881;
Ph.D., Columbia Univ., 1890; m. 1884, Irene S. Hamil-
ton, Fredonia, N. Y. Taught botanv in Washington,
D. C, and in Martha's Vineyard Summer Inst., 1882-
1895; in Johns Hopkins Univ., 1885; prof, natural
science, Normal Coll. of N. Y City, since 1895; its
acting pres. part of 1908. Author: The Chautauqua
Flora; Botanical Genera, Tribes and Families in Cen-
tury Dictionary, M to Z. 1889-1891; The Asters of the
Northern U. S. (in Britton & Brown's Illustrated Flora
with Dr. N. L. Britton), 1898; The Asters of the
Southern U. S. (in Small's Southeastern Flora), 1903;
History of Pre-Clusian Botany, 1902; Studies in the
History and Variations of Asters, with description of
Biotian Asters, 1906. Pres. Torrey Botanical Club;
mem. Phi Beta Kappa Alumni, Am. Scenic and Historic
Preservation Soc. Club: Century. Address: 11 W.
S8th St., N. Y. City.


Bishop of Long Island; b. Providence, R. I., Oct. 6,
1S53; s. Frederick and Julia Ann (Niles) Burgess; grad.
Brown Univ., B.A., 1873 (D.D., 1900); attended Gen.
Theol. Sem., N. Y. City, and studied one year in Oxford
Univ., England; m. Mendham, N. J.. Sept. 13, 1881,
Caroline E. Bartow; children: Julian Howard, b. 1883;
Edgar Bartow, b. 1887; George, b. 1S89; Frederick, Jr.,
b. 1891. Ordained deacon by Bishop of N. H., 1876; or-
dained priest by late Bishop Clark, 1877. Deacon in
charge of St. Mark's Mission, Mendham, N. J., 1877-
1878; rector Grace Ch., Amherst, Mass., 1878-1883;
Christ Ch., Pomfret, Conn., 1883-1889; St. Asaph Ch.,
Bala, Pa., 1889-1896; Christ Ch., Detroit, Mich., 1896-
1S98; Gra'ce Ch., Brooklyn, 1898-1902; elected Nov. 11,
1001, and consecrated bishop Jan. 15, 1902, by Bishops
Potter, Doane and Davies. Pres. Church Charity
Foundation, Diocesan Missions of L. I., Cathedral of
the Incarnation. Trustee of Clergymen's Retiring
Fund; trustee Domestic and Foreign Miss'y Soc Mem.
Alpha Delta Phi. Clubs: Hamilton. Twentieth Cen-
tury, Garden City. Residence: See House, Garden
City, L. I. Office: Diocesan House, 170 Remsen St.,
Brooklyn, N. Y.


Author; b. Boston, Mass., Jan. 30, 1S66; s. Thomas
Harvey and Caroline (Brooks) Burgess; grad. Mass.
Inst. Technology, S.B., 1887. Eng'r Southern Pacific
R'y, 18S7-1890; instr. topographical drawing, Univ. of
Calif.. 1891-1894; designer, 1S95; editor The Lark, 1895-
1897. Socialist. Author: Vivette, A Little Sister of
Destiny, Lady Mechante, The Heart Line, The White
Cat, Find the Woman, Love in a Hurry. A Gage of
Youth. Burgess Nonsense Book, The Goop Books, The
Maxims of Methuselah, The Maxims of Noah, Are You
a Bromide? Rubaiyat of Omar Cayenne, The Lively
City o' Ligg, The Romance of the Commonplace, and
others. Clubs: Players (N. Y. City), Bohemian (San
Francisco). Address: 16 Gramercy Park, N. Y. City.


Civil eng'r; b. Oshkosh, Wis., June 19, 1S74; s. Fred-
erick and Anna (Heckman) Burgess; grad. Univ. ot
Wis., B.S., civil eng'ring, 1S95; m. Wilmington. Del.,
Oct. 10, 1S90, Harriet Painter Van Trump; children:
George Van Trump, b. 1903; Louise, b. 1904; Frederick,
b. 1906. Was one year with Edge Moor Bridge Works,
Wilmington, Del.; 9 years with Pa. Lines W. of Pitts-
burgh, in various capacities, from rodman to ass't
eng'r, at Pittsburgh. Pa.; with Erie R. R. Co., N. Y.
City, eng'r of terminal improvements, and prin. ass't
eng'r, 1905-1909; chief eng'r of the Delaware & Hudson
Co., Albany, N Y., since May 1, 1909. Republican.
Episcopalian. Mem. Am. Soc. of Civil Eng'rs, Am. R'y
Eng'ring Ass'n, Canadian Soc. of Civil Eng'rs. Soc. of
Eng'rs of Eastern N. Y., Beta Theta Pi fraternity.
Clubs: Engineers, Albany, Albany Country. Address:
571 Western Av., Albany, N. Y.


Clergyman; b. Mt. Washington, Md., Oct. 22, 1S68; s.
Henry and Jennie (Jones) Burgwin; grad. Weslevan
Univ., A.B., 1S90; m. Wilkes-Barre, Pa., June 30, 1896,
Edith W. Puckey; children: Harry P., b. 1897; Frank
S., b. 1900; Florence E., b. 1905; Edith L.. b. 1008.
Stenographer and confidential clerk. 1SS5-1892; Joined
N. Y. East Conf., M. E. Ch.. April, 1S96; pastor M. E.
Ch., West Suffield. Conn., 1S96-1897; Summerfield M. E.
Ch., New Haven, Conn., 1898-1900; Eighteenth
St. Ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1901-1905; Trinity Ch.,



Astoria, N. V.. 1906-1968; Hempstead M. E. Ch., Hemp-
stead, N. Y., since 1909. Was sec. Twentieth Century
Wesleyan League, New Haven, 1898-1900. Editor
'Minutes" of the N. Y. East Conl'., 1908-1910. Mem.
Alpha Delta Phi fraternity. Address: 71 Washington
St., Hempstead, L. [., N. Y.


Banker and broker; b. Hamburg, Germany, Nov. 1"
1863; s. David H. (deceased) and Matilde F. (Hensehel)
Burke; ed. Dr Callisen's Sch.. N. V. City: high schs. of
VVandsbeck and Hamburg, Germany; Friedericianum,
Davos, Switzerland; Bonzon Inst., Lausanne, Switzer-
land; m. Hamburg, Germany, ls*S, Luisa Rosenberg;

??,',, dre : . Ed 5 a . r i b - 1S90; T ita . b - !S92; Alicita, b.
1904. Entered the employ of Woerishoff er & Co. 1881-
became ass't cashier, 1SS5; appt'd vice and deputy
consul of U. S. at Hamburg, Germany, Aug., 1885- re-
signed from the U. S. Consular Service, July. 1897-
became mg'r for Woenshoffer & Co., 1S97, and mem'
of the firm. May, 1902; firm dissolved, May, 1904 owing
to death of partner. On July 1. 1904. established firm
of Degener & Burke, members of N. Y Stock Ex-
change. Mem. N. Y. Sto'ck Exchange: dir. New Domin-
ion Copper Co.. Swedish Iron & Steel Corp'n, British
Columbia Copper Co.; trustee Hanschel Estate Re-
publican; Unitarian. Recreations: Golf, fishing Clubs-
Essex County (Orange, N. J.), Stock Exchange Lunch-
eon (N. Y. City). Residence: 361 Vose Av South
Orange. N. J. Address: 20 Broad St., N. Y. City.


Editor author; b. Thornville, Ohio, Jan. 3, 1873;
s. Joseph Walker and Anna (Klingler) Burkett; at-
tended Thornville (O.) public schs., Ohio State Univ.;
h 1 ' im r ni , na Weisman; children: Dorothy Louise,
b. 1902 Charles William, Jr.. b. 1904. Prof, agricul-

sas Agr'l Dept. Sta., 1906-1908.
Lditor American Agriculturist, N. Y., since 190S; sec

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