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Reform. Residence: 54 E. 81st St. Address: 13 Will-
iam St., N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Bainbridge, N. Y., 187S; s. Elliot and
Ida (Prince) Danforth; grad. Columbia Univ., M.D.,
1902; m. Middleburgh, N. Y., 1905, Helen Mattice; chil-
dren: Elliot, b. 1906; Edward Prince, b. 1907. Served
on home staff Bellevue Hosp., N. Y. City, 1902-1905;
engaged in European study one year; in gen. practice
of medicine, Bainbridge, N. Y. Dir. First Nat. Bank of
Bainbridge; pres. B'd of Ed'n. Independent; mem.
Dutch Reformed Ch. Mem. Soc. of Alumni of Bellevue
Hosp., N. Y. City; Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity. Ma-
sonic Order, Norwich Commander}', K. T. Trustee
Bainbridge High Sch., Bainbridge Free Library. Ad-
dress: Bainbridge, N. Y.

Lawyer, mr-m. Congress; b. Gates. Monroe Co., N. Y.,
June 14. 1S54; s. George F. Danforth; ed. private school
of Rochester, Phillips Exeter Acad., Exeter, N. H. ;
grad. Harvard Coll., 1S77; Har\ Set., 1880; m.


Edwina L. Blake. In active practice of law since ad-
mission to bar, 1SS0; elected to 63rd Congress from
39th N. Y. Dist.. 1912. Republican. Address: Roches-
ter. N. Y.


Physician, surgeon; b. Monticello, Otsego Co.. N. Y.;
s. Hiram D. and Mary Jane (Tanner) Danforth; ed.
in acad. at Utica, N. Y.: grad. Coll. Phys. and Surg.
(Columbia), M.D., 1874: m. Willimantic, Conn., 1874.
Emma Augusta Hamlin. Engaged in practice as
homceopathic physician and surgeon since 1874. Prof,
obstetrics, N. T. Homoe. Med. Coll. and Hosp., N. Y.
City, since 1SS6 (now senior prof.); head of Maternity
Dep't Flower Hosp. Mem. Homoe. Med. Soc. County
of N. Y. (pres. 1902). Republican. Mem. Brick Presby'n
Ch. Club: Union League. Address: 49 W. 2d St.,
N. Y. City.


Merchant; b. N. Y. City, Nov. 5, 1874; s. John and
Katharine Frances (Lozier) Danlell; ed. Berkeley Mil.
Sch N. Y. City (grad. as Col. of the Corps, 1893); pre-
pared for Yale, but entered business; m. Baltimore,
Md., June 3, 1897, Isabelle Shriver Kunkel. Entered
father's and grandfather's business 1893; now the firm
of John Daniell Sons & Sons. Mem. Advisory B'd Corn
Exchange Bank (Astor PI. Branch). Travelled in
Mexico, Canada and abroad. First lieut. and battalion
adj. 7th Reg't, N. G. N. Y.; appt'd by Mayor N. Y. City
on com. to receive Admiral Dewey on return to this
country, 1S99. Detailed by Gov. of N. Y., at request
of State Dep't, Washington, D. C, as personal mil. aide
to His Imperial Highness Prince Kuniyoshi Kuni of
Japan during his visit to N. Y.. 1909. Aide-de-camp
on staff of Gov. of N. Y. Jan. 1, 1913. Mem. St. Nicholas
Soc, Soc. Colonial Wars, Sons of Revolution, Military
Soc. of War of 1812 and Veteran Corps of Artillery.
Mem. B'd of Trustees Berkeley Sch. Residence: 126
E. 72d St. Address: Broadway, 8th and 9th Sts., N. Y.


Consul gen.; b. Barre, Orleans Co., X. Y., July 2, 1849;
s. Nelson Fitch and Alenda (Clack) Daniels; ed. com-
mon and private schs. of Conn., two years in prep,
sch. of Shurtleff Coll.; m. Columbia, Conn., Dec. 28,
1877, Susie iE. Little; children: Nelson A., b. 1879;
Grace L., b. 1881. Postmaster Willimantic, Conn., 1890-
1894; Judge Probate Dist. of Windham. Conn.. 1896-
1902; State Auditor. Conn., 1903: Am. Consul Sheffield,
Ens., 1904-1912; Am. Consul Sherbrooke, Can., since
1912. Non-comm'd officer (q.-m. serg't) on staff of
Col. 3d Reg't. Conn. N. G., 1876-1881. Republican;
Unitarian. Scottish Rite Mason, Shriner, Odd Fellow;
mem. Royal Arcanum. Recreation: Walking. Club:
St. George's (Sherbrooke). Address: Am. Consulate,
Sherbrooke, Can.


Actor; b. Dayton, O., 1860. Since first appearance,
1883, has taken leading parts in comedies and oper-
ettas, including A Rag Baby, Little Puck, The Wizard
of the Nile, The Idol's Eye, The Ameer, Miss Sim-
plicity, The Office Boy, Sergeant Brue, The Belle of
Brittany and other comedies. Address: Rye, N. Y.


Secretary of the Navy; b. Washington, N. C, May
IS, 1862; s. Josephus and Mary (Cleves) Daniels; ed.
Collegiate Inst., Wilson, N. C, and Univ. of N. C: m.
May 18, 1888, Addie Worth Bagley; children: Josephus,
Jr., Worth Bagley, Jonathan Worth, Frank A., Jr.; en-
gaged in newspaper work, and at age of 18 editor
Wilson (N. C.) Advance; admitted to bar 1885; did not
practice; editor Raleigh (N. C.) State Chronicle, 1885;
State printer for N. C, 1887-1893; chief clerk Dep't of
the Interior, 1S93-1895. Consolidated the State Chron-
icle and North Carolinian with the News and Ob-
server, 1894, since which time has been its editor;
mem. Dem. Nat. Exec. Com. from N. C. for 20 years.
Ex-pres. N. C. Editorial Ass'n; trustee and mem. exec,
com. b'd of trustees Univ. of N. C; appt'd Sec. of the
Navy March 5, 1913. Address: Washington, D. C.


Prof, music: b. Canton, Pa., May 1, 1861; s. Judson
and Harriet (Harding) Dann; grad. Canton High Sch.,
1878; Elmira (N. Y.) Business Coll., 1887; music sch.,
Rochester, N. Y.. 1879-1880; private inst'r, Boston,
1881-1883: Mus. D., Alfred U., 1906; m. July 10, 1890,
Lois Hanford, of Ithaca, N. Y. Principal Havana (N.
Y.) Acad., 1886-1887; dlr. music Ithaca schools, 1887-
1900; inst'r in music, 1903-1904; ass't prof., 1904-1906;
prof, and head dep't of music, since 1906, Cornell Univ.
Chm'n Mus. Council N. Y. B'd of Regents since 1910.
Mem. Faculty New Sch. of Methods, Boston, 1896-1906.
Republican; Presby'n. Author: Christmas Carols and


Hymns, 1910; School Hymns. 1910; Assembly Songs,
1911; Musical Dictation, 1912; also numerous papers
and pamphlets relating to music in public schools.
Clubs: Savage, Town and Gown; Cornell Univ. Glee
(dir.). Residence: Seneca St., Ithaca, N. Y.


Coffee merchant; b. Canton, Ohio, June 24, 1879; s.
Edward and Philomena (Boesch) Dannemi'ller; 'ed.
Univ. of Notre Dame (business course); m. 1st, June
18, 190T, Mary R. Cleary (died Jan. 17, 1909); m. 2d,
April 25, 1911, Helen M. Carberry. Sec. and treas.
Dannemiller Coffee Co. Catholic. Mem. Knights of
Columbus, Catholic Soc. (N. Y. City) Canton (Ohioi
Soc. of N. Y. Address: 88 72d St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Merchant; b. Canton, O. Oct. 17. 1850; s. Benedict
and Barbara (Scheiber) Dannemiller; ed. parochial
sch., Canton (O.) High Sch.; grad. Duff's (Pittsburgh,
Pa.) Commercial Coll.; m. Canton, O., June 10, 1873
Philomena Boesch; children: Albert J., b 1879-
Loretta, b. 1SS4; Benedict, b. 18S8; Edward I., b. 189l'.
General mg'r Dannemiller wholesale grocery, Canton
15 years; now, pres. Dannemiller Coffee Co., Brooklyn.
Has traveled through England, France, Italy, Switzer-
land and Germany, 1888. Chm'n B'd Ed'n of Cantor,
and of the waterworks trustees; charter mem. and
trustee Aultman Charity Hosp. Democrat; Catholic
Mem. Mf'rs Ass'n of N. Y., Knights of Columbus, Order
of the Alhambra, Brooklyn B'd of Trade, Brooklyn
Citizens' Ass'n, Canton Soc. of N. Y. City. Address-
6801 Ridge Boul., Brooklyn, N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Berlin, Germany, April 18, 1871; s.
Julius and Seraphine (Maisel) Danziger; grad. K61-
nisches Gymnasium, Berlin; studied medicine for a
year in Royal Unlv. t Berlin, and Univ. of the City of
N. Y. (Med. Dep't), M.D., 1894; m. N. Y. City, June 2,
1903, Martha Bachmann; one d., Juliet, b. 1906. At-
tending ear, nose and throat surgeon in German Dis-
pensary, N. Y. City, adjunct attending laryngologist
to Country Sanitarium of the Monteflore Home; mem.
Harlem Med. Ass'n, German Med. Soc, Am. Med. Ass'n,
N. Y. Acad. Medicine. Address: G3 W. 90th St.. N Y


Lawyer; b in Town of Claverack Columbia Co., N.
Y., May 20, 1871; s. John and Mary <.Connelly) Dardess;
ed. Mellenville Dist. Sch Stockport Dist. Sch., Chat-
ham Union Sch., Cornell Univ. Sch. of Law, LL.B., 1892;
m. Chatham, N. Y., June 20, 1900, Helen L. Niles; chil-
dren: Richard, b. Aug. 1, 1901; John, b. Dec. 30 1904;
David, b. July 26, 1910. Admitted to bar, May 13,
1893; inn's clerk for Hon. J. Rider Cady, Hudson, N.
Y., until Jan. 1, 1904. when became mem. firm of Mc-
Clellan & Dardess (ex-County Judge Hugh W. McClel-
lan and George McClollan). Judge McClellan died in
1896, and partnership continued with George McClellan
under name of McClellan & Dardess, until Jan. 1, 1908.
Candidate for dist. att'y, 1898, 1904. Enlisted as a pri-
vate In Co. I, 203d Reg't, N. Y. Vol. Inf., July 11, 1898;
promoted to 1st sergeant; hon. discharged, Oct. 20,
1898. Democrat; Roman Catholic Trustee B'd Ed'n.
Chatham Union Sch., since 1894. Mem. Knights of Co-
lumbus, Modern Woodmen of America, Delta Chi (Cor-
nell), Hudson Lodge of Elks. Address: Chatham, Co-
lumbia Co., N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Philadelphia, Pa.; s. Rev. Henry Darling
(D.D., LL.D., pres. Hamilton Coll.) and Ophelia (Wells i
Darling; grad. Amherst Coll., A.B., 1876; Albany Law
Sch., LL.B., 1878. Admitted to N. Y. Bar, 1878. Re-
publican; Presby'n. Club: University (Brooklyn).
Residence: SS5 Union St., Brooklyn. Address: 116
Nassau St., N. Y. City.


Merchant; b. Pawtucket, R. I., Oct. 14, 1855; s. Ruel
S. and Alma E. (Cook) Darling; grad. Mowry and
Goff's Sch.. Providence, R. I., 1876; m. Feb. 16, 1881,
Susan E. Nichols, of Foxboro, Mass.; one son, Ruel S.,
Jr. (grad. N. Y Univ., 1905). Pres. Darling Brothers
Co., wholesale meats (inc., 1899). Address: 240 W.
104th St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Brooklyn, Nov. 1, 1860; s. Thos. and
Hannah A. (Goodliffe) Darlington; grad. Princeton,
1882; Columbia Daw Sch., 18S4; m. N. Y. City, Jan. 28.
1903, Letitia Craig O'Neill; one son: Charles Francis.
Jr., b. Sept. 13, 1904. Admitted to bar, 18S4. Mem.
Sons of Revolution, Huguenot Soc. of America. Soc of
Colonial Wars, St. Nicholas Soc Summer home: Mt.
Kisco, Westchester Co., N. Y. Residence: 143 W. 57th
St. Address: 100 Broadway, N. Y. City.




Episcopalian Bishop; b. Brooklyn, June 9, 1856; s.
Thomas and Hannah Anne (Goodliffe) Darlington;
grad. Newark (N.J.) High Seh., 1873; N. Y. Univ., A.B.,
1877 (D.D., 1895); Princeton Theol. Sem., B.D., 1880;
Princeton Univ., A.M., Ph.D., 1884; (LL.D., St. John's
College, Annapolis, Md., 1905); LL.D.. Dickinson Coll.,
1907; m. Garden City Cathedral, July 20, 1886, Ella
Louise, d. James Sterling Beams; children: Rev.
Henry V. B., Gilbert S. B., Eleanor T., Elliott C. B.,
Kate Brampton. Ordered deacon and ordained priest,
1882, by Bishop Littlejohn; ass't, 1882-1883, rector,
1883-1905, Christ Church, Brooklyn; archdeacon of N.
Brooklyn, 1895-1898; consecrated, 1905, 1st bishop of
diocese of Harrisburg, Pa. Chaplain 47th Reg't,
N.G.N.Y. Lecturer N. Y. Univ., 1902-1903. Mem. Soc.
Colonial Wars, Chaplain-General of Huguenot Soc, St.
Nicholas Soc. Hon. mem. St. Andrew Soc, Phila., Sons
of Revolution and 33 Mason. Editor: The Hymnal
of the Church, with music Author: In Memoriam,
Rhymes for Little People, A Twenty Years' Pastorate,
also various sermons, hymns, pamphlets and ad-
dresses. Clubs: University (Brooklyn), Westminster
(London), Church (Harrisburg), Newport Golf. Resi-
dence: (winter) 321 N. Front St., Harrisburg, Pa.:
(summer) The Corners, 119 Rhode Island Av., New-
tort, R. I.


Physician; b. Brooklyn, Sept. 23, 1S58; s. Thomas
and Hannah A. (Goodliffe) Darlington; ed. public schs.
of'N. Y. City and Newark, N. J.; 3 years' scientific
and eng'ring course in Univ. of City of N. Y. ; grad.
Coll. Phys. and Surg., M.D., 1880. Practised medicine
at Newark, N. J., 1S80-1882, holding several hosp.
appt'mts; practised at Kingsbridge, N. Y.. 1S82-1904,
except for two years spent in Arizona, where was
surgeon to several mining companies; appt'd comrn'r
of health for City of N. Y., 1904; reappt'd 1900 and
1908. His administration was thoroughly efficient",
and has demonstrated the wisdom of the selection of
a trained medical man as head of Dep't of Health of
a great metropolis like N. Y., where the sanitary
problems are necessarily very complex and their
proper solution of vital importance. Sec. Welfare
Com. of Am. Iron & Steel Inst., Chm'n Dem. County
Com., County of N. Y., candidate for pres. Borough of
Manhattan. 1913, but defeated. Extensive contb'r to
med. literature; ex-pres. Am. Climatol. Soc; mem. Am.
Med. Ass'n, N. Y. State Med. Soc, N. Y. Co. Med. Soc,
Medico-Legal Soc, Ass'n Alumni Coll. Phys. and Surg.,
Am. Public Health Ass'n, Harlem Med. Ass'n, N. Y.
Physicians' Mutual Aid Ass'n, Med. Soc Borough of
Bronx, Med. Ass'n Greater N. Y., Yonkers Practi-
tioners' Soc, Soc Med. Jurisprudence, Acad, of Medi-
cine, Soc. Tropical Medicine, and until appt'mt as
health comrn'r of N. Y. City, was visiting physician
to several hosps. of the city, and consulting physician
to the French Hosp. .First lieut. Med. Reserve Corps.
U.S.A. Trustee City " Mission and Tract Soc; mem.
Chamber of Commerce. Thomas Hunter Ass'n of Gram-
mar Sch. No. 35. Sons of Revolution, Soc. Colonial
Wars, St. Nicholas Soc, N. Y. Univ. Alumni Ass'n,
Asso. of Alumni of Columbia Coll., Kingsbridge Coun-
cil, 1082, Royal Arcanum, Huguenot Soc. of America,
Pilgrim Soc, Nat. Ass'n for Study and Prevention of
Tuberculosis, Nat. Geog. Soc, Am. Geog. Soc. Clubs:
Church, Nat. Dem. Address: 27 Washington So.., N.
Y. City.


Surgeon; b. Germantown, Phila., Pa Mar. 12, 1876;
s. William and Edith Romeyn (Aertsen) Darrach; ed.
Fay Sch., 1883-1888; Holderness Sch., 1888-1890: Hill
Sch., 1890-1893; Yale Univ., A.B., 1897; Columbia Univ.,
M.D., A.M., 1901; m. Fall River, Mass., May 20, 1907,
Florence Borden; children: Edith, b. 1908, William,
b: 1910. Junior surgeon to Roosevelt Hosp. Asso. in
surgery, Columbia Univ. Episcopalian. N. Y. County
Med. Soc, Am. Med. Ass'n, N. Y. State Med. Soc, N.
Y. Acad. Medicine, N. Y. Surg. Soc, Soc. Internat. de
Chir, Ass'n Am. Anatomists Soc. of Colonial Wars.
Clubs: Yale, University. Address: 47 W. 50th St., N.
Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Bridgewater, Pa., July 15, 1870; s Scud-
der Hart and Catherine Ann (Weyand) Darragh; ed.
public and high schs., Beaver, Pa.; Alleghany Coll.
(valedictorian, mem. Phi Beta Kappa Soc), A.B., A.M.,
class 1893; m. Washington, Pa., Nov. 14, 1901, Jessie
Benton, d. Gen. A. L. Hawkins; children: Alexander
L. H., b. 1902; Elizabeth G., b. 1907. Admitted to
Beaver, sec. and dir. Beaver Realty Co., Beaver Co.
Pres. Beaver Land Co., v.-p. Fort Mcintosh Nat. Bank,
Beaver, sec. and dir. Beaver Realty Co., Beaver Co.
Telephone Co., Beaver Cemetery; dir. Monaca Nat.
Bank. Mem. Beaver Boro Sch. B'd, 1901-1912; dele-

gate to Republican State Convs. on numerous oc-
casions. Progressive Republican; Methodist-Episco-
palian. Mem. Pa. State Bar Ass'n, Am. Bar Ass'n,
Commercial Law League, Descendants of Signers of
Declaration of Independence, Phi Delta Theta and Phi
Beta Kappa Soes. Trustee Beaver Coll. since 1895.
Recreations: Walking, forestry. Club: Fort Mcin-
tosh. Residence: 255 College Av. Address: 103 Beavc
Trust Bld'g, Beaver, Pa.


Mech. eng'r; b. Addison, Steuben Co., N. Y., April
22, 1867; s. David and Mary Jane Darrin; ed. Addison
Union Sch. Pres. D. H. Darrin Co., Automatic Switch
Co., Balanced Draft Co. Republican; Episcopalian.
Mem. Am. Soc Mech. Eng'rs, Building Trades Em-
ployers' Ass'n, N. Y. Elec Soc, Scottish Rite 32 (N.
Y. Consistory), Jerusalem Chapter R. A. M., Mecca
Shrine. Addison Union Lodge 118. Club: Engineers.
Address: 131 Liberty St., N. Y. City.


Clergyman; b. Cambridge, Eng., Dec. 7, 1835; s.
David and Mary Ann (Hammond) Darwood; ed. priv-
ate tutors (D.D., Baker Univ., Kan., 1887). Republi-
can. After filling prominent M. E. charges in Frank-
ford, La Porte and Terre Haute, Ind., was transferred
in 1882 to N. Y. Conf., and served full terms at Bed-
ford St., Washington Heights, 18th St. and Mott Av.
churches; also 5 years in Yonkers. Retired 1907. Ad-
dress: 723 W. 177th St., N. Y. City.


Mf'r lubricating oils; b. fn Somerset Co., Md., March
14, 1856; s. John Jay and Mary Ann (Wailes) Dashiell;
grad. Stevens Inst. Technology, M.E., 1879; m. Ho-
boken, N. J., June, 1S84, Kittie Townsend Keynton;
children: Marie Fielding, b. 1SS7: William Allaire, b.
1889; Katherine Keynton, b. 1S90; John Jay, b. 1892.
Ass't sup't eng'r Red Star Steamship Co., at Jersey
City; mech. eng'r on Croton Aqueduct, in charge of
three miles under Denton & Brochau, and later in
charge of shaft at Tarrytown under Brown, Howard
& Co.; sup't Bayonne & Greenville Gas Co., Bergen
Point, N. J. Gen. mg'r Sloss Iron and Steel Co., Birm-
ingham, Ala.; expert for branch Standard Oil Co.
Pres. Independent Transport Co.; pres. and gen. mg'r
N. Y. Lubricating Oil Co.; dir. Manhattan Rubber
Mf'g Co., Conveying Weigher Co., British Monogram
Oil Co. of Great Britain. Democrat (Independent) ;
Episcopalian. Mem. Am. Soc. Mech. Eng'rs, Engi-
neers' Club. Recreation: Farming. Residence: 848
St. Nicholas Av., X. Y. City. Address: 116 Broad St.,
N. Y. City.


Author and lecturer; b. New Philadelphia, Ohio,
1867; d. Lewis R. and Lucy (Warner) McClelland; ed.
Oberlin Coll.; m. Cleveland, O., 1900, George Daulton,
of Chicago. Regular contb'r to various periodicals.
Lived in Chicago until 1903; since then in N. Y. City.
Author: Wings and Stings; From Sioux to Susan;
Autobiography of a Butterfly; Fritzi; The Gentle In-
terference of Bob; The Capers of Benjie and Barbie;
also serials in St. Nicholas and many contb'ns to mag-
azines. Address: 386 Richmond Terrace, New Brighton,
S. !.. N. Y.


Author, magazine writer; b. Knox Co.. Mo., 1861; s.
Francis M. and Annie V. (Bitler) Daulton; ed. at
home; m. Dec. 9, 1900, Agnes Warner McClelland, of
Cleveland, O. Removed from Chicago to N. Y. City,
1903. Began as writer on Shakespearean and dra-
matic subjects, more recent?y contb'r of fiction, es-
says and poems in magazines. Author: The Sultan's
Draft and Other Stories; The Helter-Skelters. Ad-
dress: 3S6 Richmond Terrace, New Brighton. S I..
N. Y.


Architect; b. Mexico; s. Leopold and Emmai (Ruben)
Daus; ed. Paris and Berlin; Ecole des Beaux Arts,
medals for excellence; m. Paris, Augustine Louise
Perrln; children: Henriette Emma, William Thallon.
Architect of Thirteenth Reg't Armory, German Hosp.,
Hall of Records, Brooklyn; Ch. of Our Lady of
Lourdes, N. Y. City. Mem. and sec. comm'n appt'd in
1898 to frame b!d'g laws governing N. Y. City, and
surveyor of bld'gs in Brooklyn, 1899-1900. Mem. Soc.
Beaux Arts Architects; fellow Am. Inst, of Architects.
Clubs: Atlantic Yacht, Brooklyn, Drug and Chemical.
Address: 130 Fulton St., N. Y. City.


Biologist; b. Stamford, Conn., June 1, 1S66; s. Amzl
Benedict and Jane Joralemon (Dimon) Davenport;
grad. Poly. Inst, of Brooklyn, B.S., 1SS6; Harvard
Univ., A.B., 1889, Ph.D., 1892; m. Burlington, Kan.,
June 23, 1894, Gertrude Crotty; children: Millia Crot-



ty, b. 1893; Jane Joralemon, b. 1S96; Charles Bene-
dict. Jr., b. 1911. Was eng'r survey of Duluth, South
Shore and Atlantic R'y; ass't Inatr. zoology, 1SS8-
1S92; instr. zoology, 1S92-1899, Harvard Univ.; ass't
prof, zoology, 1899-1901, asso. prof, zoology, 1901-
1904. Univ. of Chicago; dir. biol. laboratory, Brook-
)\n Inst. Arts and Sciences, since 1897. Dir. Station
for Experimental Evolution, Carnegie Inst'n (Wash-
ington), since 1904; resident mem. b'd of scientific
directors, Eugenics Record Office, 1913; v.-p., see.,
F. A.A.A.S., 1900; chm'n eastern branch Soc. Am. Nat-
uralists, 1905-1906; mem. Nat. Acad, of Sciences, Am.
Acad. Arts and Sciences, Am. Philos. Soc, Am. Soc.
Zoologists (pres. 1907), Boston Soc. Nat. History,
ngton Acad. Sciences, Soc. Experimental Bi-
ology and Medicine, N. Y. Zool. Soc, Soci6t Zoolo-
gique de France, Allgemeine Entomologische Gesell-
schaft, Am. Breeders' Ass'n (sec. Eugenics Section),
N. T. Acad. Medicine, Associated Physicians of L. I.
(hon.). Author: Graduate Courses a Handbook for
Graduate Courses, 1890; Experimental Morphology,
part 1, 1897; part 2, 1899: Statistical Methods in Biol.
Variation, 1S99; Introduction to Zoology (with G. C.
Davenport). 1900; Elements of Zoology (with G. C.
D.), 1910; Inheritance In Poultry. 1906; Inheritance of
Characters in Domestic Fowl, 1909; Eugenics, 1910;
Heredity in Relation to Eugenics, 1911; co-editor
Journal of Experimental Zoology, contb'r to biol.
journals. Recreation: 'Walking. Address: Cold Spring
Harbor, Long Island, N. Y.


Educator; <b. Salem, Mass., 1S66; s. David and Anna
L. (Green) Davenport; grad. Wesleyan Univ., A.B.,
1889; Columbia Univ., Ph.D., 1905; m. Yonkers, N. Y..
1899, Edith Jefferson Andrus; children: Frederick
Morgan, Jr., b. 1900; Margaret Dyckman, b. 1904;
Winthrop, b. 1907; Barbara, b 1910. Mem. Am. Eco-
nomic Ass'n, Am. Sociol. Soc, Union League Clut> (N.
Y.). Mem. of State Senate, N. Y. State, 1909-1910.
Candidate of Nat. Progressive party for office of
Lieut.-Gov.. State of N. Y., 1912. Author: Primitive
Traits in Religious Revivals (Macmillan Co.), a crit-
ical studv of the evils of religious excesses in the
social and polit. development of the Am. people. Prof,
in Dep't Law and Politics, Hamilton Coll. Address:
Clinton, N. Y.

Lawver; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., June 1, 1S54; s. Amzi
Benedict and Jane Joralemon (Dimon) Davenport;
ed. Polytechnic Inst., Brooklyn, N. Y.; Buffalo Acad.;
m. Cleveland. O., June 6. 1877, Flora D. Dufkin; chil-
dren: Maurice, b. 1878; Henry Joralemon, b. 1880. Ma-
chinist U. S. Navy, 1S73-1S74; in real estate business,
1875-1882; lawver since 1S82. Pres. Home Title Ins.
Co., of N. Y.; treas. and dir. Home Mortgage Invest-
ment Co. of N. Y. Mem. Royal Arcanum. Recre-
ations: Farming and antiquarian researches. Clubs:
Crescent Athletic (Brooklyn), Knickerbocker Field
(Flatbush). New Canaan Country. Address: 383 Jay
St., Brooklyn. N. Y.

Lawyer; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Feb. 3, 1880; s. Henry
Benedict and Flora (Lufkin) Davenport; grad. Har-
vard Univ. A.B., 1900; student Harvard Law Sen..
1900-1901: N. Y. Law Sch., 1901-1902: m. Brooklyn,
N. Y., June 1, 1909, Louise Morgan Strong; one son.
John Joralemon, b. 1910. Dir. and gen. counsel Home
Title Ins. Co. of N. Y. Mortgage Securities Co. of
N. Y.; gen. counsel Home Mortgage Investment Co. of
N. Y. Republican. Mem. Brooklyn Bar Ass'n. Treas.
Medford Sanatorium; mem. Brooklyn Com. on Tuber-
culosis. Clubs: Lawyers. University, University of
Brooklyn (v.-p.), Brooklyn Young Republican, Uni-
versity Glee (Brooklyn). Hamilton Countrv (New
Canaan). Address: 375 Pearl St., Brooklyn. N. Y.


Physician; b. Watervliet, N. Y., Dec. 4, 1878; s.
Charles E. and Lillian M. (TayloT) Davenport; grad.
Hamilton Coll., A.B.. 1901. A.M. 1904: Johns Hopkins
Univ., M.D., 1905; Phi Beta Kappa. Hamilton Coll.,
1901; m. Rochester, N. Y.. Jan. 1, 1908, Helena Mills.
Ass't in bacteriology and pathology, Syracuse Univ.
Med. Sch., 1905-1906; countv bacteriologist of Ontario
Co., N. Y., Oct. 1, 1906-Oct. 1, 1909 (the first county
laboratory in the State); City Bacteriologist; ass't
med. insp. of schs., and phvsician Auburn. N. Y. Mem.
Auburn City Med. Soc. N. Y. State Med. Ass'n, Am.
Med. Ass'n, Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity. Phi Beta
Kappa Soc. (both Hamilton Coll.). Address: Auburn.
N. Y.

Lawyer; b. Wilton, Conn.. Feb. 8, 1S54: s. George A
and Marv (Sturges) Davenport: grad. Yale, A.B., 1^7"..
LL.B.. 1877; m. Gloversville, N. Y., Oct. ::<. issl. Marv

Allen; children: Allen S., b. 1886 (Yale, A.B., 1909);
Marion L, b. 1891. Mem. Soc. Colonial Wars, N. Y.
State Bar Ass'n, Ass'n liar City of N. Y.; Internat.
Club: Yale. Address: 92 William St..
N. T. City,

b. N. V. City, March 1", 1S47; s. Julius and
Marv tUates) Davenport; grad. Brooklyn Poly., Yale,
B.A., L867 i.M.A. 1887) a 1874, Charlotte C. Shepherd,
Admit: . 1S70; public administrator Kings Co.,

N. Y., 1SS9-1904; mem. Constitutional Conv., 1894, serv-
ing on Coins, of Cities and Corp'ns; mem. Dem. State
Com., 1895; Nat. Dem. Conv., 1881, and many State and
local convs. of party. Retired from practise and from
directorship in many corp'ns, 1904; traveled extensively
in all quarters of globe. Mem. Wolf's Head (senior
soc.) Yale, Sons of Revolution, Colonial Wars. Settlers

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