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Moses Brown School

Providence, R. I.

SETH K. GIFFORD, Ph.D., Principal


A school where thorough work is done, which offers a modern equipment and the
very best facilities, and from which 20 students enter college yearly.

A heavy endowment makes possible a low tuition rate, while scholarship funds
enable us to provide for a few boys of unusual merit whose means are limited.

The Principal gives his personal care to seeing that every boy does his best all
the time.


for boys of 8 years and upward is entirely separate from the Upper School.

Very particular care is taken of these boys in their home life and sports, as well as
in their school work.


National Cathedral School
=For Roys^=



' The School of Personal Interest'



The School to Fully Develop Your Son

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Ornithologist; b. Kim h\\ nn.1. X. J. June 12, 1 m; 1 .
academic ed'n; Hon. Sc.D., Brown Univ., 1913; m. 1898,
Fannie Bates Embury; one son: Frank M.. Jr. Guru-
tor Dep't Ornithology, Am. Museum Nat. History, since
18S7; pres. LinnaDan Soc, N. Y. City, 1S97; hon. mem.
N. Y. XmhI. Soc; v.-p. N. Y. Acad. Sciences; fellow since
188S, pres. 1911, Am. Ornithologists' Union; foreign
mem. British Ornithologists' Union; mem. Soc. Co-
lonial Wars. Author: Handbook of Birds of Eastern
North America, 1895; Bird-Life, A Guide to the Study
of Our Common Birds, 1897; Bird Studies with a Cam-
era, 1900; Color Key to North American Birds, 1903;
Economic Value of Birds to the State, 1903; The
Warblers of North America, 1907; Camps and Cruises
of an Ornithologist, 190S; numerous papers on birds
and mammals; editor and founder Bird-Lore; asso. edi-
tor The Auk. Clubs: Century Ass'n, Explorer's, Cos-
mos, Englewood Golf. Residence: Englewood, N. J.
Address: Am. Museum Nat. History, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Florence, Italy. Feb. 13, 1S70; ed. St.
Paul's Sch., Concord, N. H.; Harvard Coll., A.B., 1892;
m. Beatrice O. Wright. Was engaged in office of
the Astor Estate, and as pres. and gen. counsel Find-
lay, Fort Wayne & Western R'y Co., 1896-1901; pres.
Century Bank, 1902-1907; now ass't mg'r Fifth Av.
Building Co. Club: University. Residence: 172 W.
58th St. Address: Fifth Av. Bld'g, N. Y. City.


Clergyman, evangelist; b. Richmond, Ind., June 17,
1859; s. A. H. and Lorinda Chapman; ed. Richmond,
Ind., Oberlin, O.. Lake Forest Univ., A.B., 1879; Lane
Theol. Sem., 1882; D.D., Wooster Univ., 0.;m. 1st, L882,
Irene E. Steddom (deceased); 2d, Albany, N. Y., 18S8.
Agnes Pruyn Strain (died 1907); Mabel Cornelia Moul-
ton. Ordained in ministry of Presby'n Ch.; pastor at
Albany, N. Y., Philadelphia, Pa., and Fourth Presby'n
Ch., N. Y. City; since 1903 exec. sec. Com. Evangelistic
Work, Gen. Presby'n Assembly. Author: Received Ye
the Holy Ghost; And Peter; And Judas; Kadesh Bar-
nea; The Lost Crown; The Secret of a Happy Day;
The Surrendered Life; The Life of Blessing; Spiritual
Life in the Sunday School; From Life to Life; Present
Day Parables; Life of D. L. Moody; Present Day
Evangelism; Evangelistic Missions. Address: Ja-
maica, L. I., N. Y.


Lawyer, writer; b. N. Y. City, 1S62; s. Henry G.
Chapman; grad. Harvard, 1SS4; m. 1st, -Boston, 18S9,
Minna Timmins, 2d, N. Y. City, 1S9S, Elizabeth W.
Chanler. Author: Emerson and Other Essays; Causes
and Consequences; Practical Agitation. Clubs: Cen-
tury (N. Y. City), Tavistock (Boston). Residence:
325 W. S2d St. Address: 60 Wall St., X. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Fayetteville, Onondaga Co., N. Y., Oct. 15,
18U5; s. Nathan R. and Martha M. (Tibbitts) Chapman;
ed. Fayetteville Union Sch., Whitestown Sem. and
Syracuse Univ., A.B., 18S9; m. Whitesboro, Oneida Co.,
N. Y., 1892, Lucia Louise Pattengill; children: Ella
Louise, b. 1S94; Charles R., b. 1897; Lucia M b. 1905.
Has practised law in Syracuse since 1901; since 1892
mem. law firm Newell & Chapman or Newell, Chapman
& Newell. Mem. N. Y. Legislature, 1895, from Third
Assembly Dist., Onondaga Co., N. Y.; law clerk B'd of
U. S. Gen. Appraisers, N. Y. City, 1890-1S91. Dir. sec.
and treas. Watson Wagon Co., Canastota, N. Y.; dir.
and att'y for City Bank of Syracuse; dir. and sec. U. S.
Steel Furniture Co.; dir., sec. and itreas. Thomas Mil-
len Cement Co.; dir. and treas. Syracuse Faucet &
Valve Co.; dir. and v.-p. Syracuse & Elbridge Glove &
Mitten Co., Sherwood Metal Working Co.; treas. Mo.-n-
ingside Cemetery Ass'n, all of Syracuse, N. Y. Bap-
tist. Mem. Phi Beta Kappa Soc, Delta Upsilon fra-
ternity. Dir. Syracuse Y. M. C. A. (pres. 18ns-1906).
Clubs: University, Masonic. Address: 321 Westcott St.,
Syracuse, N. Y.

Capitalist; t>. Washington, D. C, Dec. 28, 1874; e.
Elverton R. and Elizabeth (Broome) Chapman; ed.
Rensselaer Poly. Inst., Troy, N. Y. Formerly v.-p. and
gen. mg'r Va. & Southwestern R'y: v.-p. Va. Iron, Coal
& Coke Co., and other companies. Now v.-p., treas.
and dir. Elverton Land Co.; sec, treas. and dir. Pa. R.
R. Tie Co.; sec. and dir. Darley Eng'ring Co.; dir. Ala.
Iron & Steel Co., Elliott-Chapman Coal & Coke Co.,
Flatbush Gas Co., Jamaica Gas Light Co., Newton Gas
Co., Orleans County Quarry Co., Richmond Hill &
Queens County Gas Light Co., and Woodland Gas Light
Co. Served in U. S. Marine Corps, as lieut., during
Spanish-Am. War. Independent; Episcopalian. Mem.
Am. Soc Civil Eng'rs, Am. Soc. Mining Eng'rs, Met.

Museum of Art, Theta Xi fraternity, Mecca Temple;
Mason. Recreations: Yachting, automobiling, motor
boating. Clubs: N. Y. Yacht, Lambs, .New York, Auto-
mobile of America, Army and Navy, -Motor Boat of
America, Metropolitan (Wash., D. C.). Residence:
Great Neck, L. I. Address: SO Broadway, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Norwich, N. Y., June 30, 1869; s. William
Porter and Mary* E. (Curtiss) Chapman; grad. Nor-
wich Acad.. Cornell Univ., A.B.; m. N. Y. City, Nov. 12,
1902. .Madeleine Raymond. Connected with law firm
Sullivan & Cromwell, 11 years; mem. Sackett, Chap-
man & Stevens, since 1906. Dir. New Netherland Bank
of N. Y. Progressive: Congregationalist. Mem. Bar
Ass'n, City of N. Y. Club: Cornell University. Resi-
dence: 39 Claremont Av. Address: 154 Nassau St., N.
Y. City.


Merchant: b. Brooklyn, N. Y., s. R. J. and Evelyn
(Chamberlain) Chard; ed. Brooklyn Polytechnic Inst.,
Amherst Coll., class 1892; m. Northampton, Mass., Dec.
7, 1894, Louise B., d. George W. Cable; four children.
In Germany two years studying; made trip around the
world. Capt. 71st Reg'L, N. G. N. Y. Residence; -Mont-
clair, N. J. Address: 250 Front St., N. Y. City.


Architect; b. Buffalo, N. Y., Aug. 29', 1873; e. James
F. and Elizabeth Ann (Chester) Chard; early ed'n in
America, Germany, France, winter of 1893 at Univ. of
Berlin; at Harvard Architectural School, 1893-1898; in
Paris ateliers, studying architecture, 1S99-1901; m.
Cazenovia, N. Y., July 18. 1900, Ethel Netherclift Bar-
clay; two daughters: Ethel C. E., ib. Dec. 22, 1901; Bea-
trice Barclay, b. Nov. 18, 1909. Practicing architec-
ture in N. Y. City in ass'n with Walter Goodwin Chard.
Traveled extensively in Europe; in 1SS9 took a jour-
ney through the Balkans, Greece and Turkey. Asso,
mem. Am. Soc Beaux Arts Architects. Clubs: Union,
Harvard. Address: 101 Park Av., N. Y. City.


Manufacturer; b. Whitfield, N. H., Nov. 16, 1834; s.
Aurin M. and Mary Jane Chase; ed. public sens.: m. in
185S; children: Henry M., Carleton A., W'lliam B., Au-
rin M. Chase. Pres. Syracuse Chilled Plow Co.; v.-p.
Syracuse Savings Bank; trustee N. Y. State Agr'l Soc,
N. Y. State Experiment Sta., Onondaga Orphan Asy-
lum, St. Joseph's Hosp., Onondaga Co. Horace. Hosp.;
mem. Chamber of Commerce (N. Y. City), Syracuse
Athletic Ass'n. Postmaster of Syracuse 9 years, under
Presidents Grant and Hayes; lieut. -col. (rifle insp.)
N. G. N. Y. Republican. Clubs: Citizens (Syracuse),
Republican (N. Y. City). Address: Syracuse, N. Y.


Banker, mf'r; b. Floyd, N. Y., Aug. 2, 1843; s. Stephen
C. and Laura A. Chase; ed. Vernon Acad.. N. Y.; m.
Oneida, N. Y., Sept. 19, 1S70, Marilla A. Minty. Pres.
and dir. Central Bank of Rochester, East Side Savings
Bank; v.-p. Peck & Chase Co. of Los Angeles; treas.
and dir. Nat. Casket Co.; dir. Rochester Trust & Safe
Deposit Co., Gen. R'y Signal Co., Pfandler Co., Lyceum
Theatre Co., N. Y. & Kentucky Co. Mem. Soc. of Gen-
esee. Clubs: Country, Genesee Valley. Residence: 10
S. Goodman St. Address: 52 Great Jones St., Itoches-
ter, N. Y.


Jurist; b. Hensonville, Greene Co., N. Y., Aug. 31,
1854; s. Albert and Laura O. (Woodworth) Chase; ed.
Hensonville village sch., and at Fort Edward (N. Y.)
Collegiate Inst.; m. Prattsville, Greene Co., N. Y., June
30, 1885, Mary E. Churchill; children: Jessie Churchill,
b. Jan. 13, 1887; Albert Woodworth, b. April 30, 1890
Admitted to .bar, Mav 6, 1880; supervisor town of Cats-
kill, N. Y., 1890; mem. B'd of Ed'n, Catskill, 18S2-1896
(last 5 years pres.). In Nov., 1896, elected justice
Supreme Court, 3d Judicial District; re-elected Nov.,
1910; designated asso. justice Appellate Div., 3d
Dep't, Jan. 8, 1900; on Dec. 31, 1905. designated asso.
judge Court of Appeals, under Constitutional Amend-
ment of 1899, redesignated Jan. 1, 1911. Pres. Greene
Co. Bar Ass'n, 1st v.-p. Catskill Savings Bank, dir.
Tanners' Nat. Bank. Republican. Prestiy'n. Clubs:
Rip Van Winkle (Catskill), Fort Orange (Albany).
Address: 25 Prospect Av., Catskill, N. Y.


Dean of N. Y. Law Sch.: b. Portland, Me., Dec. 29,
1849; s. David T. and Martha E. Chase; grad. Yale, A.B.
(valedictorian. Phi Beta Kappa), 1870; Columbia Law
Sch., LL.B., 1873; m. Boston, Nov. 25, 1884, Eva R.
Hawley. Ass't prof, municipal law, 1875-1878; prof,
criminal law and procedure, and torts, 1878-1891, Co-
lumbia Univ.; since 1891 dean N. Y. Law Sch. Mem.
Am. Bar Ass'n, N. Y. State Bar Ass'n, Bar Ass'n City



of N. Y., Am. Geog. Soc, Am. Acad. Polit. and Social
Science, Am. Social Science Ass'n, Delta Kappa Epsilon
fraternity, Phi Beta Kappa Soc. Author: Chase's Cases
on Torts; Students' Blackstone. Editor: Stephen's Di-
gest of the Law of Evidence; Chase's New York Code
of Civil Procedure. Clubs: University, Lawyers, Delta
Kappa Epsilon, Yale. Address: 309 W. 74th St., N. Y


Manufacturer; b. Waterbury, Conn., May 13, 1858; s
Augustus Sabin and Martha (Starkweather) Chase;
attended Gunnery Sch., Washington (Conn.), Phillips
Acad., Andover, Mass., and Yale Coll., New Haven; m.
Waterbury, Conn., Feb. 29, 1889, Elizabeth Hosmer
Kellogg; children: Marjorie Starkweather, b. Oct. 9,
1892, Eleanor Kellogg, b. Jan. 30. 1894; Lucia Hosmer,
b. March 24, 1897; Elizabeth Irving, b. June 12, 1905;
Dorothy Mather, b. Dec. 9, 1907. Pres. and treas.
Waterbury Clock Co.; dlr. Waterbury Mf'g Co., Chase
Rolling Mill Co., Waterbury Nat. Bank, Smith & Griggs
Mf'g Co., Waterbury Buckle Co., Am. Printing Co.,
Waterbury Hotel Corp'n. Senator 15th Dist., Conn.
Legislature 11)07-1910; delegate Rep. Nat Conv., 1912
Republican. Trustee St. Margaret's Sch.; 'dir. New Ha-
ven County Anti-Tuberculosis Ass'n. Clubs: Water-
bury, Point Judith Country (gov.), Waterbury Coun-
try. Residence: 63 Prospect St. Address: Waterbury
Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn.


Clergyman; b. Jewett, N. Y., Oct. 20, 1848; s. Rev. D.
Noble and Louisa (Rowley) Chase; grad. Ft. Edward
Collegiate Inst, (elective prize); Taylor Univ., Ph.B.,
A.M., Ph.D., 1902; m. Windham, N. Y., May, 19, 1875,
Mary L. Smith (grad. Albany Normal Coll.); one d.,
Daisy E. K. (died Oct. 27, 1909). Since 1875 mem. N.
Y. Conf. M. E. Ch.; has received about one thousand
into membership in ch. Has served churches in Dela-
ware, Greene, Ulster, Columbia, Dutchess and Orange
counties. Prohibitionist since 1873; three times nom-
inated for N. Y. Assembly on Prohibition ticket, and
for Representative in Congress. Mem. and v.-p. Chase
Family Ass'n, Boston, Mass. Address: 15 Green St.,
Kingston, N. Y.


Physician and surgeon; b. Lexington, Greene Co.,
N. Y., Dec. 18, 1S42; s. Charles P. and Ruth D. (Bald-
win) Chase; grad. Bowdoin Coll., Me., as M.D.; m.
Jewett, Greene Co., N. Y Feb. 8, 1866, Sarah H. Coe;
children: Dr. Carroll, A. Lawrence, Herbert, Ruth E.,
Marian R. Engaged in gen. practice of medicine and
surgery in Brooklyn: mem. Am. Ass'n of Obstetricians
and gynaecologists, Med. Soc. State of N. Y., Kings Co.
Med. Soc. (pres.), Brooklyn Gynecologic Soc. (pres),
Brooklyn Med. Soc, Associate Physicians of D. I.; hon.
mem. Queens-Nassau Med. Soc. Consulting surgeon,
Jamaica Hosp. ; consulting gynecologist, L. I. CoM.
Hosp. and Nassau Hosp.; attending surgeon Bethany
Deaconesses Hosp. Served in 102d Reg't N. G. N. Y.,
Jn Union Army in 1864. Republican; Presbyterian.
Mem. Bowdoin Alumni Ass'n, Greene Co. Soc. Address:
1050 Park Place, Brooklyn, N. Y.


Artist; b. Franklin, Ind., Nov. 1, 1849; studied art
in Indianapolis under B. F. Hays, portrait painter,
1868, at Nat. Acad., N. Y. City, 1869, with J. O. Eaton,
and at Munich Acad, under Wagner and Piloty, from
1872; spent one year at Venice, studying, particularly
works of Tintoretto. Returned to U. S. 1878. Re-
ceived honorable mention at PaTis Salon, 1882, silver
medal, Salon, 1889; gold medal, Paris Exp'n, 1903;
Shaw prize Soc. Am. Artists, 1895; gold medal, Am.
Acad. Fine Arts (Philadelphia), 1895, etc. Works:
Portraits of the live children of Piloty; Venetian Fish
Market; The Dowager; Boy Finding a Cockatoo;
Broken Jug; Ready for a Ride; The Apprentice; Inte-
rior of St. Mark's, in Venice; Court Jester; Interior of
An Artist's Studio; The Coquette; also portraits of
Duveneck. General Webb, Peter Cooper, etc. Academi-
cian, Nat. Acad. Design (1890); mem. Soc. Am. Artists.
Address: 234 E. 15th St., N. Y. City.


Clergyman; T>. Amboy, 111., Jan. 11, 1858; s. Newton
Simpson and Harriet (Peokham) Chase; ed. public
schs. and high sch., Providence, R. I.; grad. Brown
Univ., 1881 (A.M., 1884, D.D., 1912); Episcopal Theol.
Sch., Cambridge, Mass., B.D., 1885; m. Bristo', R. I.,
Jan. 11, 1887, Susan Gladding Collins (died Dec. 21,
1897); one son, Newton Gladding. Principal Bristol
(R. I.) High Sch., 1881-1S83; ass't minister Emanuel
Ch., Newbury St., Bostdn. Mass, 1885; rector St. James'
Ch., Woonsocket, R. I., 1885-1892; hon. canon, Garden
City Cathedral, and chaplain St. Paul's Sch., Garden
City, N. Y., 1902-1905; rector Christ Ch., Brooklyn,

since 1905. Editor-in-chief Delta Upsilon Quinquen-
nial Catalogue, 1884. Has traveled extensively in Eu-
rope. Mem. Phi Beta Kappa Soc, Delta Upsilon fra-
ternity. Club: Hanover (Brooklyn). Address: 481
Bedford Av., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Bridgehampton, N. Y., Maroh 17, 1866; s.
John G. and Esther E. (Edwards) Chatfield; grad.
Wesleyan Univ., Middletown, Conn., Ph.B. (Phi Beta
Kappa), 1889; studied law with Judge T. M. Gritting;
m. May 24, 1894, Charlotte M. Peterson; one son, Ben-
ton H b. 1897. Admitted to 'bar of N. Y. State, 1892;
since engaged in practice at Bridgehampton, L. I., Pres.
Bridgehampton Nat. Bank, B'd of Education, Bridge-
hampton Union School; justice of peace town of
Southampton. Dir. Southampton Bank, trustee Sag
Harbor Savings Bank. Republican; Methodist. Mem.
Suffolk Co Hist. Soc. and N. Y. State Bar Ass'n, Delta
Kappa Epsilon fraternity. Residence: Main St.,
Bridgehampton, L. I. Address: Southampton, L. I., N. Y.


Born Philadelphia, Aug. 17, 1840; s. Nathaniel and
Elizabeth (Salisbury) Chauncey; grad. Harvard Univ.,
A.B., class 1861, A.M.; m. N. Y. City, Nov. 14. 1871,
Mary J. Potter; one d., Nathalie E., b. 1888. Has de-
voted attention largely to enterprises and charitable
inst'ns of P. E Ch., of which is active layman. Ves-
tryman Trinity Ch., N. Y. ; trustee House of Mercy;
trustee and sec, Gen. Clergy Relief Fund; trustee
Gen. Theol. Sem. ; treas. and dir. Clergyman's Retiring
Fund Soc; trustee N. Y. P. E. Public Sch., P. E. Soc. for
Promoting Religion and Learning in State of N. Y.;
mem. B'd Missions of Domestic and Foreign Mis-
sionary Soc, N. Y. Hist. Soc, N. Y. Zool. Soc, Am.
Geog. Soc, Nat. Geog. Soc, Soc Colonial Wars. Clubs:
University, Century, Grolier, Church. Address: 208
Madison Av., N. Y. City.


Manufacturer; b. Oswego, N. Y., Oct. 7, 1853; s. Joseph
and Mary (Stannard) Chauncey; ed. Oswego public
schs.; m. Fulton, N. Y., Dec. 19, 1882. Cora B. Bradshaw.
Treas. and mg'r Fulton Electric Light & Power Co.,
1888-1S02; Fulton Water Works Co., when sold to City
of Fulton. Now v.-p. Fulton Savings Bank, Fulton,
N. Y., treas. and mg'r Three Rivers Paper Co., Phoenix,
N. Y., dir. Volney Paper Co., Fulton, N. Y. Repub-
lican; Episcopalian. Vestryman of Zion Episcopal
Ch., Fulton, N. Y. Recreations: Hunting, fishing, boat-
ing. Clubs: Citizens, Pathfinder, boat (commo.), Pleas-
ant Point (Demster), Citizens (Syracuse). Address:
Fulton, N. Y.


Physician; >b. N. Y. City, Jan. 29, 1853; s. Timothy
Matlack (M.D.) and Maria Louisa (Smith) Cheesman;
grad. Columbia Coll.. A.B., 1874, A.M., 1877; Coll. Phys.
and Surg., M.D., 1878; m. St. Bartholomew's Ch. N. Y.
City, Nov. 6, 1884, Clara Livingston; children: Clara
Livingston, Sara Arden, Kate Francis Livingston. In-
terne Bellevue Hosp., 1877-1879; surgeon Throat
Dep't, N. Y. Dispensary and Eye and Ear Dep't, Demilt
Dispensary, 1882; formerly attending surgeon. Colored
Home and Hosp., St. Andrew's Convalescent Hosp., and
demonstrator anatomy, Woman's Med. Coll.; ass't in
bacteriology, 1888-1893; instr. in bacteriology, 1893-
1899, Columbia Coll. Veteran K Co., 7th Reg't N. G.
N. Y. Formerly pres. Alumni Ass'n Coll. Phys. and
Surg., Columbia Coll., 1906-1907; exec, librarian N. Y.
Acad. Medicine, 1906. Mem. Soc Am Bacteriologists,
Ass'n Am. Pathologists and Bacteriologists, Pathol.
Soc. of N. Y., A.A.A.S., N. Y. Acad. Sciences, N. Y. Acad.
Medicine, N. Y. Co. and State Med. Socs., Soc. of the
Cincinnati in Conn., Soc. of War of 1812 and Naval
Order, St. Nicholas Soc, Delta Phi. Mason, 33', past
master Holland Lodge, No. S. Trustee Columbia
Univ., N. Y. Soc. Library, N. Y. P. E. Public School
(Trinity Sch.) Clubs: Union, University, Century, Co-
lumbia Univ. Address: Garrison-on-Hudson, N. Y.


Silk Mf'r; b. Hartford, Conn.; s. Frank W. and Mary
(Bushnell) Cheney; m. 1st, Mary L. Brainard; 2nd,
Mary E. de F. Bell; children: MaTion, Ward (by 1st
wife), Barbara, Maribel, Sylvia (by 2d wife). Sec,
treas. and dir. Cheney Bros., silk mf'rs; dir Conn.
Mutual Life Ins. Co., Nat. Fire Ins. Co., Chemical Nat.
Bank. Pres. Silk Ass'n of America. Clubs: Union
League, Manhattan, Hartford (Conn.). Residence:
South Manchester, Conn. Address: S. Manchester, and
Cheney Bros., 4th Av. & 18th St., N. Y. City.

Printer, publisher, Am. consul; b. Holderness Vil-
lage, N. H., Jan. 28, 1832; s. Moses and Abigail (Mor-
rison) Cheney; ed. common schs. of Peterboro, N. H.,
New Hampton (N.H.) Literary and Scientific Inst'n;



finished course at Phillips Exeter Acad., Exeter. N. H..
class 1S50; m. Bellows Falls. Vt., Jan. 22, 1852, Susan
W. Youngman; children: Fred Willard, b. May 19,
1S52; Harry Morrison, b. March S, I860; Mrs. Helen
Gray Oheney Kelly, b. Nov. 5, 1S65. Purchased Peter-
boro (N. H.) Transcript 1S53: removed to Concord 1855:
edited New Hampshire Pnenix; foreman In New
Hampshire Sentinel, Keene, N. H.. 1S5G-1867; Sullivan
Republican, Newport, N. H.. 1S59-1S60; purchased Gran-
ite State Free Press, Lebanon, N. H., 1S61; sole prop,
until 1S76; now senior editor and part owner. Repre-
sented Lebanon in State House of Representatives,
1S67-1S6S; senator 3d dist. 18S5: U. S. consul at Matan-
zas, 1S92-1S94; U. S. consul at Curacao, W. I., since
1S99. Republican; Baptist. Odd Fellow. 32 Mason
(hon. mem. two Masonic Lodges in Matanzas and three
Masonic org'ns in Curacao). Club: Gezeleghetd (Cura-
cao. Address: Am. Consulate, Curacao, W. I.


Manufacturer, lawyer; b. Providence, R. I., March 9,
1S57; s. George Arthur and Sarah Bucklln (Greene)
Cheney; grad. Harvard, A.B.. 1878; Harvard Law Sch.,
LL.B., 1881: m. Cold Spring Harbor, L. I., N. Y., Oct. IS,
1887. Harriet Carnes; children: Sarah, b. Aug., 1890;
Babara, b. Feb., 1892; Julia DeForest, b. Mar., 1S94;
Harriet Crawford, b Oct., 1S95. Admitted to N. Y.
bar, 1SS1; practised law in N. Y. City until 1802;
since 1892 pres., treas. and dir. Pratt, Read & Co.,
T>eep River, Conn.; Pratt Read Player Action Co.,
Deep River; also pres. and dir. Essex Light & Power
Co.. Deep River, Conn.: Wasle & Co.. N. Y.; dir. Piano
& Organ Supply Co., Chicago, 111. Traveled in Africa,
1SS4; made various trips to Europe. Republican;
Unitarian. V.-p. and dir. Middlesex Hosp., Middletown,
Conn.: v.-p. Charity Org"n Soc, N. Y. City. Clubs: Union
League, Harvard (N. Y. City). Address: 30 W, S6th St.,
N. Y. City.


Lawyer, librarian; b. Baldwinsville, Onondaga Co.,
N. Y., 1862; s. Lucius Harrison and Frances C. (AveriP-)
Cheney; grad. Univ. of Mo., A.B., 1S87. hon. A.M. 1S90;
m. Syracuse, N. Y.. June S, 1904. Mae Goodelle Chaffee.
Admitted to bar, Syracuse, N. Y., 1892. Law librarian
Library Court of Appeals, 1904. Clubs: Citizens', Uni-
versity (Syracuse). Address: Court House, Syracuse,
N. Y.


Editor: b. Delevan N. Y., April 23, 1SS4; s. Lyman
J. and Florence N. (Cagwin) Cheney: ed. public schs.
of Delevan and Salamanca, N. Y.. Syracuse Univ.. A. B..
cum laude, Svracuse Univ. Law Coll.; m. Rochester,
N. Y., June 15. 1907, Lula E. Tupper. Editor N. Y.
State Ed'n Dep't., since 1910; editor The Shield of Phi
Kappa Psi fraternity, since 1908; compiler and ed. of
various books and pamphlets issued by State Ed'n
Dep't. Organized probation system in Syracuse, and
was chief probation officer of city, 1906-1910. Re-
publican; Presby'n. Mem. Phi Kappa Psi. Phi Delta
Phi and Delta Sigma Rho fraternities. Recreations:
Walking, tennis. Club: Aurania (Albany). Resi-
dence: 899 Myrtle Ave. Address: State Ed'n Bld'g., Al-
bany. N. Y.


Lawyer, Banker; s. Lewis Howard and Mary Eliza-
beth (West) Cheney; ed. Drake Univ.. Univ. of Mich.,
N. Y. Univ. (LL.B.); married 1909. For 10 years in
banking business in N. Y. City before beginning prac-
tice of law. Appt'd Sup't of Banks, State of New
York, Nov.. 1909, by Gov. Hughes. Now pres. Pacific
Bank, N. Y. City. Mem. Soc. Med. Jurisprudence; N.
Y. State Bar Ass.; mem. Am. Inst, of Banking. Phi
Gamma Delta and Phi Delta Phi fraternities. Mem.
B'd Management Twenty-third St., Y. M. C. A. Clubs;
Union League, Manhattan, Graduates, Fort Orange,
Phi Gamma Delta, University of Michigan, Economic,
Mid-Town, Scarsdale Golf. Residence: 31 W. 11th St.
Address: 7S Madison Av N. Y. City.


Manufacturer; b. Syracuse, N. Y., Dec. 21. 1856; s.
Stephen and Mary Melissa (Pierce) Cheney; ed. Manlius
(N. Y.) High Sch. and Mead's Business Coll.; m. Sept.
11. 1879, Delia L. Clark: children: Stephen C, b. 1883;
John P., b. 1S86; Walter W., b. 188S. Pres. S. Cheney
& Son, Kelsey Heating Co., Manlius Improvement Co.
Republican. Episcopalian. Served as trustee and
pres. Manlius Village, supervisor town of Manlius;'
mem. Assembly of N. Y., 1879-1880; B'ds of Water and
Park Comm's, Manlius, N. Y.; mem. B'd Mg'rs Syra-
cuse State Inst'n for Feeble Minded Children. Clubs:
-Senaca (Manlius, N. Y.), Fayetteville (Fayetteville),
Century (Syracuse). Address: Manlius, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Antwerp, N. Y., Mar. 29, 1876; s. Charles
William and Ada Adelle (Swem) Cheney; ed. Prepara-
tory Sch., Ives Sem., Antwerp, N. Y., Coll., Syracuse
Univ., LL. B.; m. Syracuse, N. Y., Jan. 28, 1909, Flor-
ence Olive Greeley. Pres. Members Security, Inc.;
mem. firm of Hudson & Cheney, att'ys. Republican;
Episcopalian (vestryman Grace Episcopal Ch., Syra-
cuse, N. Y.). Mem. Onondaga County Bar Ass'-n.

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