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Mason; mem. Improved Order of Red Men; and present
great senior Sagamore of State of N. Y.; past dictator
Syracuse Lodge, Loyal Order of Moose, and mem. of
Com. on Rules and Order of Business at last Supreme
Lodge Conv. held at Cincinnati, O. Clubs-: Citizens,
Masonic, Syracuse Moose, Inc. (Syracuse, N. Y.). Resi-
dence: 601 Walnut Av. Address: 007-608 S. A. & K.
Bld'g., Syracuse, N. Y.


Civil eng'r, contractor; b. Baltimore, Md June 5,
1849; s. Rev. George Davenport and Frances . Ann
(Crawford) Chenoweth; grad. Dickinson Coll., Carlisle,
Pa., A.M. 186S, LL.D., 190S; studied eng'ring at. Rens-
selaer Poly. Inst., Troy, N. Y.,; m. N. Y. City, April
19 1876, Catherine Richardson Wood; one son; Alex-
ander Fernando Wood, b. Oct. 8, 1S83. Eng'r on Pros-
pect Park, Brooklyn, 1871; ass't eng'r Brunswick &
Western R. R., Ga., 1S73; ass't eng'r public works,
Washington, D. C, 1874-1S75; engaged in mining
works in U. S. of Colombia, 1SS2; consulting eng'r to
Gen. Mariano y Prado, President of Peru, 1884; pre-
pared foundation for Statue of Liberty, Bedloe'a
Island, 18S9; resident engineer in charge Croton
Aqueduct, 18S9; since 1895 in gen. eng'ring and con-
tracting business; awarded John Scott bronze medal
by city of Philadelphia, 1889, for improvements relat-
ing to placing electrical conductors underground; Ed-
ward Longstreth silver medal by Franklin Inst., Phila-
delphia, 1S90, for improvements in constructing con-
crete drainage conduits; received award for plans to
reclaim land under water in Newark, N. J., by
Board Water and Street Comm'rs, after public
competition. Inventor of Chenoweth reinforced con-
crete railroad sleepers and Chenoweth reinforced con-
crete piles for foundation construction. Inventor of
an improved method in eng'ring, employed in confin-
ing Mississippi River in its natural channel. Has de-
voted much time to archjeol. investigation in N. and
S. America; made collection of Indian remains which
he discovered on Manhattan Island, only one now in
existence (now in possession of Museum of Natural
History). Mem. Zeta Psi fraternity, N Y. Chamber
of Commerce, Soc. Colonial Wars, Soc. War of 1812;
veteran 7th Reg't. N. G., N. Y.; mem. Acad, of Sciences.
Address: 42 E. 28th St., N. Y. City.


Philanthropist; b. N. Y. City; d. Hon. Fernando
Wood (mavor, congressman, etc.); ed. at private
French school; m. N. Y. City, April 19, 1876, Alexander
Crawford Chenoweth; traveled in Europe, especially
in Holland, studying its people, and seeking for his-
torical material relating to the Dutch period in the
history of N. Y.; founded Soc. Daughters of Holland
Dames (descendants of old N. Y. families), to preserve
history, etc.; collected funds for hosp. ship Maine, for
wounded English and Boer soldiers in South African
war; mem. Red Cross Soc, appt'd by London com.;
mem. Eugenics Congress, London, 1912; delegate to
Internat. Peace Congress, Geneva, Switzerland, 1912;
Internat. Peace Congress at The Hague, Holland, 1913;
mem. Com. for the celebration of the one hundredth
anniversary of peace among English speaking peoples,
1914-1915. Address: 42 E. 28th St., N. Y. City.


Gen. agent; b. Prairie du Chien, Wis.. April 6, 1865;
s. Flavian and Marie Louise Lessard Cherrier; ed. in
high school. Prairie du Chien, Wis.; m. St. Paul, Minn.,
Sept. 6, 1892 Marguerite Nugent. Deputy registrar of
deeds, 1SS5; deputy sheriff, 18S6. Crawford County,
Wis., began life insurance experience Dec, 18S6, as
cashier in St. Pauh. (Minn.) office of Aetna Life Ins.
Co.; sup't agencies rbr same company for Minn., Iowa,
and the Dakotas, 1892-1895; cashier Equitable Life
Assurance Soc. at Harrisburg, Pa., 1895-1897: gen.
agent for Phoenix Mutual Life Ins. Co. of Hartford
Conn., in Buffalo, N. Y Jan.. 1897-Dec 31, 1912; gen.
agent Pittsburgh Life and Trust Co., at Buffalo for
Western N. Y. since Jan. 1, 1913. Democrat. Roman
Catholic. Mem. Buffalo Life Underwriters' Ass'n (3f
years mem. Exec. Com., now sec. and treas.); Chamber
of Commerce. Address: 505 Morgan Building, Buf-
falo, N. Y.


Jurist; b. Westford. Otsego Co., Sept. 4, 1848; a.
Alden and Susan G. (Draper) Chester; ed. dist. sch.,



Westford Literary Inst., Columbia Law Sen., A.B., 1871;
m. Oct. 5, 1871, Lina, d. Ezra R. Thurber, of E. Worces-
ter, N. Y.; one d.. Amy, wife of Charles Van Merrick,
architect. Admitted to bar, 1871; practised in partner-
ship with cousin, Andrews. Draper, for 16 years; after
that continued to practise alone. Deputy clerk N. Y.
Assembly. 1874-1876; ass't U. S. att'y Northern Dist.
of N. Y., 1SS2-1SS5; pres. B'd of Public Instr'n, Albany,
1884; ass't corporation counsel, City of Albany, 1894-
1895; appt'd by Gov. Morton mem. comm'n to prepare
uniform charter for cities of the second class, from
which resigned, Nov., 1S95, upon election to office of
Justice of Supreme Court of N. Y. for 3d Judicial Dist.
for term ^expiring Dec. 31, 1909; designated by Gov.
Odell, Nov., 1902, to serve five years in Appellate Div.,
3d Dep't of N. Y. ; redesignated by Gov. Hughes, Nov.,
1907, for remainder of term. On expiration of term,
renominated by both Rep. and Dem. parties, and re-
elected for another term. Pres. Albany Acad, for
Girls; v.-p. Albany Med. Coll., and Albany Exchange
Savs. Bank; sp'l lecturer on Federal Judicial System
in Albany Law Sch., and gov. of Union Univ. Repub-
lican. Residence: 139 South Lake Av. Address:
County Bld'g, Albany, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Annapolis, Md., July 23, 1877; s. Colby
M. Chester, Rear Adm'l U. S. N., and Antoinette (Tre-
maine) Chester; igrad. Yale Univ., Ph.B., A.B. ; N. Y.
Law Sch., LL.B.; m. N. Y. City, April 20, 1904, Jessie
Campbell Moore; children: Mary Campbell, 1). Oct. 7,
1905; Virginia Eugenie, b. Nov. 6, 1907; Colby M. III.
b. Dec. 27 1911. Went to Philippines as guest on
U. S. S. Kentucky, commanded by father, 1900, and
decorated by Sultan of Turkey order of Osmanie;
completed tour of world same year. Admitted to bar
1900; now mem. firm Abbott & Chester. Pres. and
dir. Honduras Alancho Mining Co.; sec. and dir.
Popular Games Co.; dir. Collegiate Realty Co.; Ass't
treas. Progressive party, N. Y. State; ex-mem. Squad-
ron A, N. G. N. Y.; was 1st lieut. 12th Reg't, N. G.
N. Y. < Progressive. Congregationalism Sec. Green-
wich Hose Ass'n, Greenwich, Conn.; mem. M. O. Loyal
Legion. Recreations: Tennis, golf. Clubs: Yale,
Railroad, Greenwich Country, Greenwich Field,
Manursing Island. Residence: Greenwich, Conn. Ad-
dress: 2 Rector St., N. Y. City.


Physician, surgeon; b. Elizabeth, N. J., Oct., 1869; s.
Bradbury C. and Eleanor (Keyes) Chetwood; ed. in
private sch.. N. Y. City; one year at Princeton Coll.;
grad. Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll., M.D., 18S7; m. Phila-
delphia, 1891, Jeanette Campbell Mecke. Interne Belle-
vue Hosp., 1887-1889; prof, genito-urinary surgery,
N. Y. Polyclinic and Hosp., 1897; visiting surgeon
Bellevue Hosp., 1899; mem. Mayor's Comm'n on Public
Hosps., 1906-1908. Mem. Am. Med. Ass'n, N. Y. State
Med. Ass'n, fellow N. Y. Acad, of Medicine. Author of
med. text books in his sp'l 'branch of surgery; also
eontb'r to med. journals. Clubs: Princeton, Century,
Metropolitan Opera. Address: 25 Park Av., N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Geneva, N. Y., Mar. 5, 1850; s. Alexander
Lafayette and Sarah Augusta (Prouty) Chew; ed.
Peekskill Mil. Acad.; grad Hobart Coll.; m. 1872, Cla-
rissa Taintor Fierson, of Ionia, Mich, (died 18S9).
Second v.-p. Met. Trust Co. Mem. Colonial Order, Soc.
Colonial Wars, Sons of Revolution, The Pilgrims,
Sigma Phi, Phii Beta Kappa. Owner of notable private
library. Chancellor of Colonial Order and sec. N. Y.
Soc. Library. Clubs: Grolier (pres. 4 years), Play-
ers, University, Church, Century. Residence: 47 W.
43d St. Address: 49 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Clergyman; b. Houston, Texas, May 17, 1862; s. John
Calhoun and Zilphia Guthrie (Fuller) Chew; in pa-
ternal ancestry a Jamestown descendant, his fore-
fathers, from 1616, having held high position in gov't
of Colony of Va_, and later of Md.; on mother's side
a Mayflower descendant from Edward Fuller, physi-
cian of the Pilgrim Fathers; ed. Holly Springs
(Miss.) Sch., Grammar Sch. (30th St.), N. Y. City, and
Coll. City of N. Y. (one year); grad. Columbia Univ.,
A.B., 1883; Gen. Theol. Sem, N. Y. City, 1886; unmar-
ried. Ordered deacon, 18S6; ordained priest P. E. Ch.,
1887, by Bishop H. C. Potter, in N. Y. City; ass't min-
ister Holy Trinitv Ch., N. Y. City, 18S6-1887; Ch. of
the Ascension, N. Y. City, ISS'i-ISOO; rector Trinity
Ch., Fishkill, and founder Oh. of the Resurrection,
Hopewell, N. Y., 1890-1891; first rector Ch. of the
Good Shepherd. New-burgh, N. Y., since 1891. Author:
Why Am I a Churchman, The Christian Stewardship
of Wealth; also lectures, poems and sermons. Was
chainman joint commission of the five dioceses of

N. Y., and has served on other important committees
of N. Y. Diocese. Has also been Chaplain St. Luke's
Hosp., Newburgh; sec. Law and Order Union of N. Y.
State; pres. Newburgh Law and Order League; trus-
tee Hist. Soc. of Newburgh Bay and vicinity. Ad-
dress: The Rectory, 33 Dubois St., Newburgh, N. Y.


Clergyman; pres. St. Joseph's Sem, Dunwoodie, N.
Y. Formerly chaplain of battleship Maine. Address:
St. Joseph's Sem., Dunwoodie, N. Y.


Surgeon; b. N. Y. City, March 14, 1873; s. Charles
Gardner and Caroline (Wheelwright) Child; ed.
Stevens Sch., grad. Yale Univ Med. Dep't, M.D. Univ.
of Berlin; m. Montclair, N. J., 1907, Helen Francis;
children: Charles Gardner 3rd, b. 1908; Barbara
Francis, b. 1910; Esther Wheelwright, b. 1912. Uni-
tarian. Prof, of gynecology, N. Y. Polyclinic Med.
Sen., consulting gynecologist Mount Vernon Hosp.,
attending gynecologist City Hosp., ass't surgeon
Womans' Hosp. Mem. Am. Med. Ass'n, Am. Gynecol.
Soc., N. Y. Obstet. Soc, Alumni City Hosp., Phi Kho
Sigma fraternity; trustee Northern Dispensary. Club:
Yale. Address: 163 E. 71st St., N. Y. City.


Educator; t>. Madison, O., May 15, 1868; s. Increase
and Artimesia (Lincoln) Child; grad. Univ. of
Rochester, A.B., 1890; Cornell Univ., Ph.D., 1897; m.
Middlebury, N. Y., June 26, 1902, H. Aerion Stiles.
Prin. Union Sch. Webster, N. Y., 1890-1891; teacher
Cook Acad., Havana, N. Y. 1891-1892; instr. Cornell
Univ., 1893-1897; prof. Physics, Colgate Univ., since
189S. Author: Electric Arcs. Baptist. Mem. Phi
Beta Kappa Soc. Sigma Xi fraternity. Am. Physical
Soc. Address: Hamilton, N. Y.


Artist, illustrator, author; b. Gouverneur, N. Y.,
1868; s. Jonathan B. and S. J. (Burnham) Child; grad.
Amherst Coll., 1890; pupil Art Students' League, N.
Y. City, 1891; afterward studied with John Da Farge,
and for several years his ass't in mural decorations
and stained-glass work; m. Dorset, Vt., 1894, Anna G.
Sykes; three children. Has been continuously repre-
sented in the leading annual exh'ns in N. Y. City,
Philadelphia, Chicago, etc., by landscapes, portraits
and figure paintings. Represented also in the St.
Louis and the Lewis and Clark exp'ms by paintings
and illustrations. Illustrator of many important
articles in Scribner's and other leading magazines.
Author and illustrator of The Marble Mountains,
(Scribner's), Uncle Ira's Sugar Season (Appleton), etc.
Dir. of choir in 1st Cong'l Church, Flushing, X. Y.
Mem. Architectural League of N. Y. City. Clubs:
Salmagundi, University Glee. Address: 239 Amity
St., Flushing, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Syracuse, N. Y., May 5, 1S43; s. Noadiah
Moody and Martha (Brewer) Childs (father was pies.
Syracuse Salt Co., pres. B'd Ed'n, and g. s. Capt. In-
crease Child, soldier in French and English War, and
capt. in Revolution; mother was Mayflower descendant
from John Howland) ; ed. Syracuse High Sob..; Yale
Coll., B.A., 1SU3, A.M., 1866; Albany Law Sch., LL.B..
1S64; m. Great Barrington, Mass., 188S, Katharine B..
d. Dr. Jonathan Cass (army surgeon, 1S61-1867, and
some time chief of staff Alexandria Hosp.); children:
Sterling Cass, b. 1SS9; Harold Winthrop, b. 1891;
Katharine Cass. b. 1S95; Isabelle Cass, b. 1902. Ad-
mitted to bar, 1S64, and has since practised in N. Y.
City. One of projectors Daw Telegraph & Telephone
Co., which first invented and used the Telephone Ex-
change system for electric intercommunications', v.-p.
and dir. Daw Telegraph Co., 187a-18S5; dir. Manhat-
tan Quotation Telegraph Co., 1874-1875. Mem. law
firm Hull .- Childs, 1S6S-1S70, and of Childs & Hull,
1871-1895. Was att'y for the above named corp'ns in
telephone arbitrations with Metropolitan Co., and for
Elevated R. R. in its inception; executor trustee and
receiver in several large estates. Independent Demo-
crat. Episcopalian. Recreations: Golf, books, en-
gravings, music Clubs: Yale, University. Lawyers,
Psi Upsilon, York Country. Residence: 5S E. Slst
St. Address: 66 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; ib. Cleveland, O., Sept. 4, 1869; s, Oscar A.
and Marv (Edwards) Childs; grad. Willfams Coll.,
A.M., 1891; Harvard Law Sch., DD.B., 1S94; m. New-
port, R. I., June 14, 1900, Frances AimSe Le Farge;
children: Frances Sargeant, b. 1901; Nathelie Burt,
b. 1903. Served clerkship in law office of Evarts,
Choate & Beaman, 1894-1S95: in general practice alone
since 1895. Mem. Kappa Alpha Soc, Williams Coll.,



Soc. Colonial Wars, Sons of Revolution. Clubs: Uni-
versity, Down Town Ass'n. Rockaway Hunting. Resi-
dence: Hewlett. I.. I. Address: 69 Wall St.. N. Y. City.


Manufacturer; b. Hartford, Conn.. 'Mar. 7. isr.V:
s. Gordon H. and Julia (Richards) Childs: ed Hart-
ford High Sen.; m, Manchester, Conn., Jan. 20, IS81,
Nellie White Spencer; children; Richard S. (Tale,
ii 1 >. ".\!:u v W. i \ assar, 'OS). Engaged in nil's inter-
ests; now v.-p. Am. Coal Product Co., Barrett -M i ' ~
Co.; pres. Bon Ami Co., U. S. Wood Preserving Co.
Republican. Recreations: Yachting, golf, automo-
biling. Clubs: Monlauk, Atlantic Yacht. Indian Har-
bor, Greenwich Country, Hcnsonhurst Yacht, Nassau
Country, Dyker Meadows Residences: 53 Prospect
Park West, Brooklyn and Greenwich, Conn. Address.
17 Battery PI., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Kingston. N. Y., May 24, 1S52; s. Howard
and Agnes Whitlock (Tomps-on) Chipp: m. Kingston,
N. Y., April 0, 1S85, Lucv N. Vary; children: Dorothy,
b. Sept. 6. 18S7; Elinor, b. Dec. 20. 1888. Admitted to
bar. 1873; in gen. law practice in State, and occasion-
ally in U. S. Courts. Was mem. N. Y. State Consti-
tutional Conv., 1S94; nominated for county judge of
Ulster County, 1S95, but defeated for election; corp'n
counsel City of Kingston, ISflS. Dir. Rondout Nat.
Bank of Kingston; trustee Ulster County Savings
Inst.; dir. North River Coal Co., Kingston Coal Co.
Mem. and first pres. Ulster Co. Bar Ass'n; mem. N.
Y. State Bar Ass'n. Trustee City of Kingston Hesp.,
president Kingston City Library. Clubs: Kingston
(Kingston), Players (N. Y. City). Address: 127 Fair
St., Kingston, N. Y.


Lawyer, diplomat; b. Salem, Mass., Jan. 24. 1S32;
descendant of one of the oldest New England fam-
ilies, and having many relatives and ancestors who
have gained distinction in various fields of effort,
particularly at the bar; entered Harvard at 16, grad.
A.B.. 1852; Dane Law Sen.. Harvard, LL.B., 1S54 (LL.D.,
Amherst. 1SS7; Harvard, 1888; Cambridge, 1U00; Edin-
burgh, 1900; Yale, 1901; St. Andrew's, 1902; Williams,
1905; Univ. of Pa., 1908; D.C.L., Oxford, 1902); m. Oct.
16, 1861, Caroline Dutcher Sterling, d. Frederick A.
Sterling, of Cleveland, Ohio. Admitted to Mass. Bar
1S55, to N Y. Bar 1S56; since then practising at N.
Y. City. Hais been engaged in many famous cases;
was counsel for Gen. Fitz-John Porter in his pro-
tracted and successful fight for reinstatement in his
military rank; counsel in the Cesnola case; one of
Com. of 70 (cnm'n Com. on Elections), which broke
up the Tweed ring, and leading counsel in many other
important cases in courts of N. Y. and Supreme Court
of U. S. Pres. N. Y. Constitutional Convention of
1894; ambassador of U. S. to Great Britain, 1899-1905.
Republican; active in National, State and municipal
politics, and leader in movements for an unbossed
judiciary. Distinguished as orator and after-dinner
speaker, his addresses on Abraham Lincoln, Admiral
D. G. Farragyt, Rufus Choate, etc., have been printed.
Elected honorary bencher of the Inner Temple, London,
England, April 10, 1905. Mem. and ex-pres. Am. Bar
Ass'n, Ass'n Bar, City of N. Y., Harvard Law Sen.
Ass'n; trustee Am. Museum Natural History, Met. Mus.
of Art; gov. N. Y. Hosp.; pres. N. Y. State Bar Ass'n.
Clubs: Union League (ex-pres.), Harvard (ex-pres.),
Metropolitan, University, N. Y. Athletic, Down Town,
Century, Riding, Alpha Delta Phi, Barnard, City.
Residence: 8 E. 63d St. Address: 60 Wall St., N.
Y. City.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, Feb. 2, 1870; s. Joseph Hodges
and Caroline Dutcher (Sterling) Choate; grad. Har-
vard Coll., A.B., 1S97, LL.B., 1902; m. Albany, N. Y.,
1903, Cora Lyman Oliver; children: Marion, b. 1905;
Helen, b. 1906; Priscilla, b. 1908; Joseph Hodges, b.
1912. In active practice of the law since 1902. Mem.
firm Evarts. Choate & Sherman, trustee Mutual Life
Ins. Co. Third sec. of Embassy, London, 1000-1901.
Clubs: University, Harvard. Residence: 158 E. 71st
St. Address: 60 Wall St., X Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Niagara Falls, X. Y., Aug. 31, 1872: s. God-
frey and Magdalene (Lander) Chormann; ed. Niagara
Falls High Sch.; m. Los Angeles, Calif., May 3, 1904,
Agnes Bairsto Clark, of Niagara Falls, N. Y. Studied
law under Hon W. Caryl Ely, and present business
asso., Morris Conn, Jr. Admitted to bar at Rochester,
March, 1894; has practiced ever since at Xiagara
Falls, N. Y. ; mem. law firm Cohn, Chormann & Fran-
chot; att'ys for Internat. R'y Co., Power City Bank,
and many corp'ns in city of Niagara Falls, X. Y., and

elsewhere; dir, ami mem, Exec. Com. Niagara Falls
Brewing Co.; dir. Dobbie Foundry .< Ma-chine Co
trustee Niagara Co. Savings Bank. I mmoerat ; Kplsco-
palian; vestryman St. Peter's Ch. of Niagara Falls.
Trustee and see. Niagara Falls Memorial Hosp.; mem.
and dir. Xiagara Falls B'd of Trade; mem. and sec.
Municipal Grade Crossing Comm'n; mem. Buffalo Con-
sistory, Scottish Rite Masons, 32", Niagara Comman-
dcrv. and Ismalia Temple, Nobles of Mystic Shrine, N.
Y. Slate Hist. Soc., Am, Bar Ass'n. Clubs: Niagara
(Niagara Falls), Lawyers, Saturn (Buffalo), Tusca-
iiir.i il.oekport). Address: 315 Jefferson Av Niagara
Falls, N Y.


Lawyer; retired; b. Monroe, Michigan: s. Isaac P
and Elizabeth Christiancy; father was chief justice
Supreme Court of Mich., U. S. senator from Mich., and
later minister to Peru; m. Jessie, d. late Guy C Barton,
of Omaha, Neb. Address: N. Y. City.


Artist; b. Ohio, Jan., 1873; ed. Duncan's Falls. Fur-
nished illustrations to leading magazines, including
Collier's Weekly, Scribner's Magazine, Harper's Maga-
zine, etc. Address: The Players, 16 Gramercy Park,
N. Y. City.


Prof, philosophy and psychology; b. New Haven,
Conn., April 1, 1863; s. John and Mary (Gorman) Con-
Ian; ed. Skinner School and Hillhouse High Sch., New
Haven, Conn.; Manhatton Coll., N. Y. City, A.B., 1881,
AM., 1903; instr. English, La Salle Coll.. Philadelphia,
1881-1882; teacher Latin, St. Joseph's Coll., Buffalo,
1S85-1SSS; ass't prof.. 1888-1890, prof, philosophy and
psychology since 1890, Manhattan Coll.. N. Y. City.
Student and investigator of scholastic philosophy and
modern science, psychology as applied to pedagogy,
memory experiments and their application to peda-
gogy, suggestion as a factor in the formation of
character, limitations of free-will, and the individual.
Mem. Am. Psychol. Ass'n, Am. Inst, of Civics, Am.
Philos. Ass'n, Psychol. Section, N. Y. Acad, of Sciences.
Mem. B'd Trustees of Manhattan Coll. Address: Man-
hattan College, N. Y. City.


Physician, surgeon; to. New Windsor, N. Y., Nov. 1,
1841; s. Thomas Witter and Elizabeth (Ludlow)
Chrystie; ed. as civil eng'r at Cornwall, N. Y., by Rev.
A. C. Roe; grad. Trinity Coll., Hartford, A.B., 1863,
A.M., 1866; attended Coll. Phvs. and Surg. (Columbia),
1863-1864; L I. Hosp., 1S65-1S66: grad. Bellevue Hosp.
Med. Coll., M.D., 1867; m Ft. Hamilton. L. I., Mar. 23,
1871, Miss Dudu Ross (died May 18, 1901); children:
Thomas Ludlow, lawyer, N. Y. City, Katherine Ross
(Mrs. Henry Percy Douglas), Frances Nicholson (Mrs.
William Gray, Englewood, N. J.). Captain's clerk, A.
Ludlow Case, com'dg U.S.S. Caledonia, U.S. Paraguay
Expd'n, 1858-1859; med. relief agent U. S. Sanitary
Comm'n; attached to Cav. Corps Hosp., Army of Poto-
mac, from White House, York River and Cold Harbor
to Citv Point. James River, right bank of Appomattox
River and front of Petersburg, 1864; (acting ensign
U.S.N. ; attached to U.S.S. Hartford, Mobile Bay.
Aug.-Dec.; 1S64); on staff eoud'g officers of West Gulf
Blockading Squadron. Admiral D. G. Farragut, Com-
modore James S. Palmer. Admiral H. K. Thatcher,
1864-1865; present at siege and surrender of Mobile,
April, 1865. Attached to U.S.S. Portsmouth, U.S.S.
Arizona, U S.S. Stockdale, U.S.S. Estreila, of West Gulf
Blockading Squadron. Resigned as acting ensign
U.SN, July, 1865. Engaged in practise as physician
and surgeon at N. Y. City since 1S67; connected with
N. Y. Orthopaedic Dispensary and Hosp., in charge as
ass't surgeon, and surgeon, 1S67-1876: and later as
trustee of the inst'n. Surgeon N. Y. State Soc. of The
Cincinnati since 1889. Residence: Rye, N. Y. Ad-
dress: 115 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Manufacturer; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Feb. 17, 1874; s.
Elihu Dwight and Helen Victoria (Cooke) Church;
grad. Stevens Inst, of Technology, M. E. ; m. Detroit,
Mich., Apr. 3, 1893, Charlotte Siocum Nichols. Sec. and
dir. Church & Dwight Co., soda mf'rs. Clubs: Metro-
politan, Sleepy Hollow Country. Residence: Daven-
port Neck, New Rochelle, N. Y. Address: 27 Cedar St.,
N. Y r . City.


Consulting eng'r; b. N. Y. City, Aug. 19, 1881; s. Elihu
and Anna (Cunyngham) Church; ed. Horace Mann
Sch ; grad. Columbia Univ. Sch of Mines, C.E., 1904;
A.M.. 1909. Ass't eng'r on bridge and power plant
construction work; 1906-1907, ass't eng. on the R'y.
Com. of Washington, engaged in valuation of the rail-
roads of the state; 1907-1910, lecturer in Civil Eng.,



Columbia Univ.; since 1911 efficiency eng'r under title
of Sec. of Dep't of Water Supply, Gas and Electricity,
N. Y. City. In complete charge of the installation and
administration of a Central Bureau of Supplies, and
directed and had personal charge of the letting of all
contracts, purchasing, storing and issuing of all mate-
rial used by the dep't (annual expenditure over ten
millions of dollars). Standardized specifications, in-
troduced new methods of accounting and stores con-
trol, built, equipped and operated large central distrib-
uting storerooms, and developed and systematized
a branch of work previously done in a haphazard
manner; sec. Efficiency Soc., Mem. Am. Soc. Mech.
Eng'rs, Sigma XI, Co. I, 7th Reg't, N. G. N. T., Soc. of
the Cincinnati in N. Y.. Soc. of the War of 1812, Soc. of
Colonial Wars. N. Y. Chamber of Commerce, Executive
Com. West End Ass'n. Clubs: Columbia University,
Engineers', Faculty. Address: 4 East 130th St., N. Y.


Painter, illustrator; b. Grand Rapids, Mich., 1842; art
ed'n in Nat. Acad. Design and Chicago Acad. Illus-
trates books and periodicals; painter of figures and
animals; mem. Am. Water Color Soc, and Soc. Ameri-
can Artists. Works: Sea Princess; Back from the
Beach; Muskrat's Nest; Foggy Day; A Wil?-ing Cap-
tive; Retaliation; Peacocks in the Snow; The Sor-
ceress; Pegasus Captured. Address: 883 7th Av., N. Y.


Banker; b. Afton, N. Y., May 4, 1863; s. Devillo Cor-
bin and Ann Augusta ChuTch; ed. Afton High Sch. ;
m. Brookton, Tompkins, N. Y., Oct. 1, 1890, Charlotte A.
McWhorter; children: Helen Landers, b. July 20, 1892;
Devillo Corbin, b. March 29, 1897. Cashier, Church &
Hill, private bank, since 1894. Also in business for self

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