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and Defenders, N. Y. Bar Ass'n; ex-chm'n Yale Alumni
Fund; mem. Yale Advisory Council; pres. Polhemus
Memorial Clinic; trustee Brooklyn Inst. Arts and
Sciences, Brooklyn Art Ass'n, v.-p. L. I. Hist Soc.
Conservative Democrat. Clubs: University, Automo-
bile, Riding and Driving, Yale, N. Y. Yacht (N. Y.
City), Larchmont Yacht, Hamilton (Brooklyn), Cutty-
hunk Fishing. Address: 201 Washington Park,
Brooklyn, N. Y.


Lawyer, certified public accountant; b. Danzig, Ger-
many, Aug. 24, 1840; s. H. and Amalia (Rosenberg)
Davidson; ed. in Germany; grad. Columbia Law Sch.,
LL.B., 1883; m. Philadelphia, Jan. 27, 1872, L. W. Stilz;
children: Mrs. Hattie A. Ronzone, Mrs. Clara D. Simp-
son Mrs. Edna R. Strausman, Mrs. Laura S. Hill,
Edith M., Irma V. Practise has been largely connected
with cases embracing complicated accounts; has trav-
eled extensively in U. S. and Europe; served as private
in Civil War, quartermaster serg't, 46th Reg't, N. Y.
Vols. Residence: 269 Macon St., Brooklyn. Address:
71 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Northport, L. I., May 17, 1877; s. Dr.
H. H. and Julia E. (Wheeler) Davidson; ed. Northport
and Huntington (L. I.) high schools; m. Wayne, N. J.,
July 2, 1902, Jennie May Allen; one d., Nancy C, b.
1904. Admitted to bar, 1898: since then practising in
New Rochelle, N. Y.; dir. Eli Sheldon (inc.), Aricibo
Orange and Pine Apple Co. (Porto Rico). Republican.
Presby'n. Mem. Huguenot Lodge 46, F. and A. M.
Clubs: Republican (N. Y. City), Rowing (New Ro-
chelle). Address: 46 Lawton St., New Rochelle, N. Y.

Attorney; b. Albany, N. Y., Nov. 21, 1872; s. George
G. and Julia E. (Griswold) Davidson; ed. public schs.
of Albany; Albany High Sch., Williams Coll., A.B.,
1895; m. Buffalo, N. Y.. April 11, 1898, Ada Spencer
Prentiss; children: Celestia, b. 1901; George Graham,
b. 1903; Jerome Prentiss, b. 1906. Mem. firm of Har-
rington, Davidson & Barrell; sec. and dir. J. I. Pren-
tiss & Co., Eureka Coffee Co. Mem. Buffalo Civil
Service Comm'n, 1904-1909; exec. com. Dem. League.
Independent Democrat; Presby'n. Mem. Zeta Psi fra-
ternity; trustee Lafayette Av. Presby'n Ch. of Buffalo;
Y.W.C.A. of Buffalo. Club: University (Buffalo).
Residence: 521 Lafayette Av., Buffalo, N. Y. (summer):
Wanakah, N. Y. Address: 1124 Prudential Bld'g,
Buffalo, N. Y.

Merchant; b. N. Y. City, Jan. 12, 1849; s. Morris
Miller and Elizabeth Shrimpton (Stratford) David-
son; ed. Union Sch., Schenectady, N. Y., and Phlla.
Inst. Technology; m. Yokohama, Japan, Dec. 30, 1871,
Angelica Malcolm Rian; children: Mrs. Henry Rutgers
Remsen Coles, b. Sept. 24, 1S73; Malcolm Hay ward, b.
March 24. 1882; marriage was first Am. marriage to
take place in Japan; spent several years in that coun-
try; served in Civil War in 32d Pa. Vols.; candidate
for N. Y. Assembly, 1S94; pres. Matteawan Straw
Works; dir. Clove Branch R. R. Co., trustee Mechanics
Savings Bank, Fishkill Landing, N. Y. One of five
comm'rs to revise the charter, City of Beacon, N. Y.
Republican; Episcopalian; vestryman St. Luke's Ch.,
Matteawan, Beacon, N. Y. Mem. Sons of Revolution;
pres. Howland Library Ass'n, Matteawan, N. Y. ; sec.
and treas. River View Park Ass'n, Beacon, N. Y. Mem.
Newburgh Bay and Highland Hist. Soc, N. Y. State
Hist. Soc. Luther Burbank Soc, Santa Rosa, Calif.
Address: Fyneview, 7 Stratford Av., Fishkill-on-the-
Hudson, N. Y.


Artist: b. Poughkeepsie, N. Y.. Aug. 15, 1867; s.
William Augustus and Frances Mary (Burritt) Davies;
ed. Coll. Prep. Sch. and Leslie's English and Classical
Sch., Poughkeepsie. N. Y. : studied painting and draw-
ing under H. Siddons Mowbray, J. Carroll Beckwith



and F. V. DuMond at Art Students' League of N. Y.;
eculpture under Augustus Saint-Gaudens and Georgu

E. Bissell; m. N. Y. City, June 18, 1906, May Elton
Morrow, d. John Henry Morrow, of Los Angeles,
Calif.; one son, Elton Morrow, b. July 14, 1907. Prin-
cipal works in painting: The Annunciation altar
piece for The Lady Chapel of Grace Ch Elmira, N. Y. :
The Mother of God; The Epiphany; also various por-
traits. In sculpture: The Branath Crucifix. In de-
sign: The seal of the O'Rourke Eng'ring Construction
Co.; setting for memorial resolutions passed by Cooper
Union Alumni Ass'n on death of Abram S. Hewitt.
Republican; Episcopalian. Life mem. (1S97) Art Stu-
dents' League of N. Y. Address: Pasadena, Calif.


Banker, broker; b. N. Y. City, Sept. 12, 1877; s. Julien
T. and Alice (Martin) Davies; grad. Yale Univ., B.A.,
1899; m. Pittsburgh, Pa.. April, 1901, Emily O'Neill;
children: Emily, b. 1903; Frederick M., Jr., b. 1905;
Audrey, b. 1911. Was in service of N. Y. Central &
Hudson River R. R. for two years after graduation,
then entered 'banking house of Kountze Bros.; engaged
in business on own account since 1903 as mem. firm
of Alexander, Thomas & Davies, and now of firm of
Davies, Thompson & Co. Treas. Nat. Horse Show Ass'n
of Am. Clubs: Union, Knickerbocker, N. Y. Yacht,
University, Metropolitan. Address: 140 Broadway.
N. Y. City.


Real estate; b. N. Y. City, Nov. 27, 1867; s. David
and Maria (Phillips) Davies; grad. grammar sch. (N.
Y. City), 1S82; Coll. City of N. Y.; m. N. Y. City, Oct.,
1901, Rosalie Loewi; children: Valentine Loewi, b.
1905; J. Clarence, Jr., b. 1912. Commenced business
in 1889, making specialty of Bronx property, has
charge of numerous large estates; has consummated
many large sales; employed as expert in many con-
demnation proceedings of property in Bronx section,
as well as for railroad and other corp'ns; appraiser
for banks, trust co.'s., inst'ns and att'ys, for Bronx
properties. Pres. Ass'n Bronx Real Estate Brokers;
organizer, mem. and chm'n Real Estate Com. North
Side B'd of Trade; dir. Twenty-third Ward Bank,
Lawyers' Westchester Title & Mortgage Co., and sev-
eral real estate corp'ns; trustee North Side Savings
Bank; many years treas. of Real Estate B'd Brokers;
mem. Met. Museum of Art, Hort. Soc, Zool. Soc,
Acad. Sciences, N. Y. Hist. Soc, Craftsmen Lodge,

F. and A. M., Knights of Pythias. Recreations: Golf,
billiards, yachting, automobiling. Clubs: City, Re-
form, Manhattan, City Lunch, Atlantic Yacht, Har-
monie, Century, Country, North Jersey Country, Hol-
lywood Golf, Amateur Billiard, Automobile of Amer-
ica, Fordham, Aero, City Athletic, etc. Residence: 14
E. 81st St. Address: 149th St. and Third Av., N. Y.


Jurist; b. N. Y. City, 1879'; s. John E. and Jane
(Hughes) Davies (Welsh parentage); ed. public
schs. N. Y. City, City Coll.; grad. N. Y. Law Sch..
LL.B., 1899; LL.M., 1900; m. N. Y. City, 1905, Ruby I.
C. Hardy; one d.: Ruth E., b. 1908. Chm'n Exec. Com.
Commonwealth Savings Bank. Elected to B'd of Al-
dermen, 1903; re-e'ected 1905, and during 1906-1907,
chm'n Finance Com. and mem. Sinking Fund Com. of
N. Y. City; elected 1907, justice of Municipal Court,
City of N. Y. Republican; Episcopalian. Mem. Am.
and N. Y. State Bar Ass'n, Nat. Civic Federation, St.
David's Soc. Address: 70 Manhattan St., N. Y. City.


Civil eng'r; b. Swansea, South Wales, Oct. 13, 1S62;
s. Andrew and Emily Vipond (Edmonds) Davies; ed.
Wesleyan Coll., Taunton, Eng and Univ. of London;
m. Pottsville, Pa., April 16, 1895, Ruth Ramsey; chil-
dren: Margaret, b. 1898; Muriel, b. 1903; John V., Jr.,
b. 1908. Apprenticed with firm of Parfitt & Jenkins,
contracting eng'rs at Cardiff, 1880; engaged on coal
mine surveys in properties of family (John Vipond
& Co., Ltd., Varteg, Monmouthshire), 1884; became
ass't eng'r, later chief ass't eng'r, Blaenavon Coal &
Iron Co.; 3d eng'r on S. S. Argus, Melbourne, Aus-
tralia. 18S8. Came to U. S. under employ Philadel-
phia & Reading R'y, as eng'r and sup't, 1889; chief
ass't eng'r tunnel under East River for East River
Gas Co.; in partnership with Charles M. Jacobs, since
1894, as consulting eng'r, having a branch at Mon-
treal, of which is v.-p. and dir. Was chief eng'r in
charge of design and construction, W. Va. Short Line
R. R., and Kanawha & Pocahontas R. R.; consulting
eng'r Ohio River R. R. ; chief eng'r Montauk Water
Co., Atlantic Av. improvement L. I. R. R. ; consulting
eng'r to city of Detroit for water supply tunnel un-
der Detroit River; eng'r in charge for contractors, of
terminal improvements of N. Y. Central & Hudson

River R. R. ; consulting eng'r N. Y. i L. I. R. R. for
tunnel under East River. Designed and constructed
four tunnels under Hudson River, and under N. Y.
and N. J., including foundations Hudson Terminal
Bld'gs. Consulting eng'r Brooklyn Rapid Transit
Co. Firm (Jacobs & Davies) was in charge of orig-
inal studies for Pa. R. R. tunnels under North and
East Rivers and construction of North River and
Western approach sections; now engaged in other
large enterprises; chief eng'r Hudson & Manhattan
R. R. Traveled extensively throughout European
countries. Mem. Am. Soc. Civil Eng'rs, Inst. Civil
Eng'rs, Canadian Soc. Civil Eng'rs, Am. R'y Eng'ring
Ass'n, Inst. Consulting Eng'rs, Am. Electric R'y
Ass'n, Am. Soc. Testing Materials, St. George's Soc,
Pilgrims Soc. Recreations: Golf, motoring. Clubs:
Engineers, New York, Oakland Golf (v.-p. and dir.).
Sleepy Hollow Country, Railroad (gov.), Niantic
(Flushing), Merchants' Ass'n. Residence: 24 Bowne
Av., Flushing, L. I. Address: 30 Church St., N. Y.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, Sept. 25, 1845; s. HenTy E.
and Rebecca Waldo (Tappan) Davies; ed. Mt. Wash-
ington Col?egiate Inst., N. Y. City; Walnut Hill Sch.,
Geneva, N. Y.; Charlier Inst, of N. Y., Columbia Coll..
A.B., 1866, A.M., 1869; Columbia Daw Sch., LLB, 1868;
m. Albany, N. Y., April 22, 1869, Alice Martin; chil-
dren: Julien Townsend, Ethel (Mrs. Archibald G.
Thacher), Frederick Martin, Cornelia Sherman. Stud-
ied with Hon. Alexander W. Bradford, later associ-
ated with father, and upon his death, succeeded him
as trustee and one of counsel for Mutual Life Ins.
Co.; gen. counsel, 1905-1909; counsel for Manhattan
R'y Co. since 1884; receiver for Grant & Ward, 1884-
1893. Prominent in org'n of Title Guarantee & Trust
Co., 1882, and v.-p. several years. Senior mem. Dav-
ies, Auerbach, Cornell & Barry. Trustee Title Guar-
antee & Trust Co. Private 22d Reg't, N.G.N.Y'., 1863,
and served in Pa. campaign; chm'n Exec. Com. in
campaign of Judge Scott, for mayor. Episcopalian.
Mem. Bar Ass'n City of N. Y. (ex-v.-p.), Am. Bar
Ass'n, N. Y. State Bar Ass'n, Hist. Soc, Am. Geog.
Soc, Geol. Soc, G. A. R. One of organizers Young
Men's Municipal Ass'n, 1871; mem. B'd of Mg'rs For-
eign & Domestic Mission Soc; trustee St. George's
Sch., of Newport, R. I. Recreations: Fishing, riding,
reading, shooting. Clubs: Union League, Metropoli-
tan, University, Southside Sportsmen's, Labrador Fish
and Game, Robin's Island, Deal's Island Shooting. Co-
lumbia University. Residence: Timber Point, Great
River, L. I. Address: 34 Nassau St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, Feb. 20, 1S70; s. JuMen T.
and Alice (Martin) Davies; ed. St. Paul's Sch., Con-
cord, N. H., 1882-1886; grad. Columbia Univ., A.B.,
1891; Harvard Law Sch., 1893; m. N. Y. City, Nov. 22,
1895, Marie Rose de Garmendia; children: Julien T..
3d, b. 1896; Alice Martin, Marie Rose de Garmendia
and Phebe Thorne. Admitted to N. Y. Bar, 1894; mem.
firm of Davies, Auerbach & Cornell. Private in Co.
F, 7th Reg't Inf., N.G.N.Y., 1888-1890; Troop A, Cav.,
N.G.N.Y., 1894-1895; private, corporal and serg't,
Squadron A, Cav., N.G.N.Y., 1895-1899; 1st lieut. Co.
K, 12th Reg't Inf., N.G.N.Y., 1902-1906. Pres. and dir.
Bancroft Realty Co.; v.-p. and dir. Southside Hosp.,
Babylon, L. I.; dir. Maplewood Hotel Co.; dir. and
mem. Exec. Com. Suffolk Co. Taxpayers' Good Roads
Ass'n. Received N. Y. State Decoration for ten years'
long and faithful service. Member N. Y. Co. Law-
yers' Ass'n, N. Y. City Bar Ass'n, Soc. of Colonial
Wars, Sons of the Revolution, St. David's Soc. Recre-
ations: Shooting, yachting, motoring. Clubs: Sum-
merfield Gun (pres. and dir.), Union. University, N.
Y. Yacht. Address: 34 Nassau St., N. Y. City.


Gen. coal ag't, Lehigh Coal & Navigation Co.; b.
Buffalo, N. Y., Oct. 3, 1850; s. Robert J. and Electa
Monroe (Robinson) Davies; direct descendant (5th
generation) of Sir Francis Pemberton, Lord Chief
Justice of King's Bench, 1680, who presided at trial
of Lord Russell for the "Rye House Plot"; g.-g.s.
David Robinson, prisoner on the "Jersey" in Walla-
bout, Brooklyn, during Am. Revolution; ed. in pub-
lic schools in Pennsylvania; m. Oct., 1880, Marv P.
Gridley; children: Ernst P., to. 1881; Edward L., b.
18S5; Elinor Van Gelder, b. 1892. For 28 years has
represented Lehigh Coal & Navigation Co. (oldest
anthracite coal mining co. in U. S. chartered 1820)
in N. Y. City; now in charge of its Coal Sales Dep't,
with offices in Philadelphia and N. Y. Citv. Trustee
Dry Dock Savings Inst'n; treas. and sec. Soc. of Me-
chanics and Tradesmen of the City of N. Y. ; coun-
sellor of Pa. Soc. Life mem. N. E. Soc. Clubs: Union



League, Railroad, Germantown Cricket, Saegkill Golf
(Yonkers), Down Town (Phila.). Addresses: 314 W.
77th St., N. Y. City, and 437 Chestnut St., Philadel-
phia, Pa.


Physician; b. Harrodsburg, Ky.. Feb. 18, 1S66; s. H.

C. and Josephine (LeCompte) Davis; grad. Centre
Coll., Danville, Ky., A.B., 1S86: A.M., 1889; Med. Dep't
Univ. of Louisville. M.D., 1889; studied abroad, 1891.
Engaged in practise of medicine, N. Y. City, since
1892. Prof, diseases eye, N. Y. Post-Grad. Med. Sch.
and Hosp.; consulting ophthalmic surgeon, Manhat-
tan State Hosp., Central Islip, L. 1., and United Hosps.,
Portchester, N. Y.; mem. N. Y. State and Co. Med.
Socs., N. Y. Ophthal. Soc, N. Y. Acad. Medicine, Am.
Med. Ass'n. Soc. Ex-house Surgeons. Manhattan Eye
and Ear Hosp., N. Y. Southern Soc, The Kentuckians
Dir. Physicians' Mutual Aid Ass'n. Author: Refrac-
tion of the Eye, 1900; Handbook of the Anatomy and
Diseases of the Eye and Ear (with D. B. St. John
Roosa). 1904; Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Nursing
(with Beaman Douglass), 1905; contb'r to med. press.
Democrat; Methodist. Address: BO W. 37th St., N. Y.


Architect; b. N. Y. City, March 2, 1S66; s. William
Albert Eggerdon and Emily Parker (James) Davis;
ed. N. Y. City public schs., 1874-1880: Cooper Union
Evening Sch. (art Dep't); studied architecture under
Charles I Berg, and did illustrating for periodicals
1S80-1887; unmarried. Since Oct. 17, 1887, engaged
in practise of architecture; architect of Henry Lewis
Morris Bld'g, Lebanon Hosp., Training Sch. for
Nurses, St. Mary's P. E. Chapel. Morris Heights M. E.
Parsonage, Synagogue of Congregation Hand-in-
Hand, Home for the Aged of New Rochelle. Rogers
Drv Goods Store, North Side B'd of Trade bld'g and
numerous private dwellings, flats, factories, cottages
and stables in the Bronx and Westchester Co. Dir.
Gates Realty Co. Progressive; alderman, 2d Ward,
New Rochelle, one term; designed city seal and se-
cured adoption of tenement house and tree-planting
ordinances. Founder and 3 terms pres. North Side
B'd of Trade; mem. Bronx Dist. Com., Charity Org'n
Soc; v.-p. Central Bronx Protective League; one of
founders and chm'n of Council, Bronx Soc. Arts and
Sciences; pres. Heights Taxpayers' Ass'n; treas. De-
fendant Ass'n 22d Reg't Eng'rs; mem. Mott Haven
Improvement Ass'n. Instrumental In securing abol-
ishment of Mott Haven Canal nuisance and substitu-
tion of street therefor. Served 6 years in 22d Reg't
Inf.. N.G.N. Y.. 1SS5-1S91; corporal in Co. I. Presby'n.
Residence: 442 Timpson PI., Bronx, N. Y. City. Ad-
dress: 258 E. 138th St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Brooklyn, N. Y Oct. 19, 1871; s. Owen
W. and Abbv (Gould) Davis; grad. Mass. Inst. Tech-
nology, B.S., 1S93; Nat. Univ. Law Sch., Washington.

D. C.;' M.L., 1S97; m. June 15, 1898. Agnes Shaw; one
d.: Lillian G., b. June, 1S99. Admitted to bar, 1897;
since 1897, mg'r Patent Dep't Gen. Elec Co.; fellow
Am. Inst. Elec. Eng'rs. Clubs: Mohawk, Mohawk
Golf (Schenectady), Adirondack League, University
(N. Y.). Fisher's island. Address: Care Gen. Electric
Co., Schenectady, N. Y.


Physician; b. Preston (now Norwich). Conn.; s.
Charles Crandall and Harriet Frances (Barnes) Davis:
ed. public schs. at Preston, Conn.; grad. Vermont
Acad., Saxton's River, Vt., 1886; Coll. Phys. and Surg.,
N. Y., M.D., 1889; m. Westminster, Vt., Oct. 28, 189b.
Alma L. Fisher (died Aug. 24, 1902); children: Annette,
b. Julv 27, 1897; Asa Barnes, Jr., b. June 3, 1902. in-
terne N. Y\ Cancer Hosp., 1889-1890; resident physician!
Midwifery Dispensary, N. Y. (now Lying-ln-Hosp.).
1890-1892. Formerly attending surgeon Demilt Dis-
pensary, N. Y. Med. dir. Soc. of Lying-in-Hosp. At-t
tending Surgeon Lying-in-Hosp. of City of N. Y.; ex-
pres. Alumni Ass'n Lying-in-Hospital; consulting gyne-
cologist Vassar Brothers' Hospital. Poughkeepsie.
N. Y. Republican; Baptist. Fellow N. Y. Acad. Medi-
cine, N. Y. Obstet. Soc, Am. Ass'n Obstetricians and
Gynecologists, Miss. Valley Med. Ass'n, Med. Ass'n
Greater City of N. Y., Am. Coll. of Surgeons. Mem.
N. Y. Physicians' Mutual Aid Ass'n. N. Y. County Med.
Soc. N. Y. State Med. Soc, Am. Med. Ass'n. Clubs:
Century Ass'n, N. Y. Yacht. Address: 42 E. 35th St.,
N. Y. City.

Educator; b. Whitehouse, N. J., 1869; s. John and
Catherine M. Davis; grad. Rutgers Coll., B.S., 1896;
Columbia Univ., Ph.D., 1901; student Gbttingen (Ger-
many), 1901-1902; Cambridge (England), 1902-1903:
University fellow, 1899; Tvndall fellow, 1901-1903;

Adams Research fellow, 1907-1909. Teacher of physics
Columbia Univ.; developed method of measuring am-
plitude of vibrations in stationary sound waves,
theory of electrodeless discharge, theory of Ionization
by impact. Author of numerous papers on sound;
"ii discharge of electricity through gases; and the
theory of ionization by Impact, published in Am. Jour,
of Science, Physical Review, Physlcallsche Zeitschrift,
Fellow A.A.A.S.; mem. Am. Physical Soc; Delta Up^
silon. Recreation: Golf. Address: Columbia Univ., N.
Y. City.

University pres.; b. Janelew Co., W. Va., July 12,
1S63; s. Rev. Samuel D. and Elizaibeth (Randolph)
Davis; ed. in public schools; studied one year in W.
V:i., state Normal Sch.; taught four years in public
schools of W. Va.; grad. Alfred Univ., A.B., 1890;
divinity sch. Yale, B.D., 1893 (Ph.D., D.D.) ; m. Shiloh,
X. J., 1893, Estelle W. Hoffman; children: S. Stanton
H., b. 1895; Elizabeth R., b. 1897; Boothe Colwell, Jr.,
b. 1899. Pastor First Seventh-Day Bapt. Ch., Alfred,
N. Y., 1893-1895; mem. Coll. Council, Univ. State of
N. Y.; Nat. Edn'l Ass'n, Religious Edn'l Ass'n; pres.
and prof, philosophy Alfred Univ. since Sept., 1895;
pres. N. Y. State Soh. of Clay Working and Ceramics,
and N. Y. State Sell, of Agri., Alfred Univ. Popular,
lecturer. Address: Alfred, N. Y.

Real estate and building; b. Decatur, 111., Sept. 6,
1871; s. John and Martha (Powell) Davis; grad. High
sch., Washington, D. C, 1S93; m. Washington, D. C,
June 29, 1896, Katharine McNaught; one son: Malcolm,
b. July 21, 1897. With editorial dep'ts of N. Y. Press,
Times, Journal and Herald, June, 1895, to Aug., 1900;
now engaged in real estate and building business.
Mem. Vigilant Volunteer Fire Co. of Great Neck, N.
Y.. and of the Masonic order. Recreations: Tennis,
boating. Address: 331 Madison Av., N. Y. City.


Clergyman; b. Watkins, N. T.. Dec. 13, 1873; s.
Frederick and Frances (Hewette) Davis; grad. Trinity
Coll. (Hartford, Conn.), B.A., 1894 (M.A., 1897); Gen.
Theol. Sem. (N. Y.), B.D., 1897; m Brookline, Mass.,
Aug. 8, 1900, EHzaJbefch M. Sacker; children: Elizabeth
Sacker, b. 1901; Frances Hewette, b. 1905. Curate,
Trinity Ch., Buffalo, 1897-1899; in charge, 1899-1901.
rector since 1901. Mem. State Conf. of Charities,
Charity Org'n Soc. (council), Missionary B'd, Delta
Kappa Epsilon. Clubs: Thursday, Saturn, Buffalo
Country. Address: Trinity Church, Buffalo, N. Y.


Author; b. Philadelphia, Jan. 24, 1866; s. L. Clarke
and Rebecca (Harding) Davis; grad. Lehigh Univ. U.
S. Consul, Florence, Italy, 1893-1897. Author: Border-
land of Society; The Stage Door; The Lodger Over-
head; In Another Moment; also numerous short stories.
Address: 23 W. 30th St., N. Y. City.

Physician; b. St. Lynn, Can., Nov. 10, 1866; s. Thomas
David and Jennie (White) Davis; ed. Union Univ., Al-
bany Med. Coll., M.D. (Licensed Pharmacist, State of N.
Y.); m. N. Y. City, April 6, 1899, Mary Horton Scott
Carter; children: Charles Edmond, Jr., b. April 24,
1901; Austin David, b. Aug. 28, 1903. Resident physi-
cian Homce. Hosp., 1S89-1S90; attending surgeon
Child's Hosp., 1897; surgeon St. Peter's Hosp., 1901;
surgeon Albany City Free Disp., 1896. Chief surg.
U S. Hosp., Honolulu, H. T., 1S98; Post-Grad. Univ. of
Vienna, 1899; attended clinics at hosps. at Dresden,
Berlin and Paris. Pension surgeon six years; comm'r
of health. City of Albany, 1896-1898. Private Co. A,
10th Battalion, N. G. N. Y.; hosp. steward. 1893; ass't
surgeon rank of capt, 1897; surgeon rank of major,
1st Reg't, N. Y., U. S. Vols., 1898; lieut.-col. 10th Reg't,
1905; resigned 1911. Mem. Am. Med. Ass'n, N. Y. State
Med. Soc, Albany County Med. Soc; past pres. Nat.
Guard Ass'n of N. Y. State, Phi Sigma Kappa frater-
nity, Royal Arch Mason, Knight of Pythias. Recre-
ations: Golf, fishing. Clubs: Fort Orange, University,
Country (Albany), Army and Navy (N. Y.). Address:
75 Elk St., Albany, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Saratoga, N. Y May 27, 1847; s. Nicholas
and Almira (Wilcox) Davis; grad. Conn. Lit. Inst.
(Suffield, Conn.), 1870; m. N. T. City, May 26, 1880,
Lih'bie E. Lyon. Admitted to bar, 1876; active in
politics. Republican. Mem. M. E. Church. Several
times elected sp'l surrogate of Washington Co.; active
in church work. Address: Whitehall, Washington Co.,
N. Y.

Consulting eng'r; b. May 4, 1865; s. Henry Corbit and
Martha (Mellor) Davis; grad. Sch. of Mines. Columbia



Univ., C.E., 1887; m. 1st, Nov. 19, 1896, Helen Maria
Hinds (died July 31, 1902); 2d, Sept. 2, 1903, Grace
Bigelow Engaged in practise as consulitng eng'r,
since graduation, having offices at N. Y., Philadelphia
and Boston. Pres. Kentenia Corp'n, Nat. Highways
Ass'n. trustee Davis Estates. Mem. Am. Soc. Civil
Eng'rs, Am. Inst. Mining Eng'rs, Am. Soc. Mech.
Eng'rs, Am. Inst. Blec. Eng'rs, Am. R'y Eng'ring
Ass'n, Am. R'y Master Mechanics Ass'n, The Master
Car Builders Ass'n, Soc. of Naval Architects and
Marine Eng'rs, Franklin Inst., Nat. Geographic Soc,
A.A.A.S., Am. Acad, of Polit. and Social Science, Iron
and Steel Inst, of Great Britain, Inst'n of Elec. Eng'rs
of Great Britain. Clubs: Union League (N. T.), Union
League (Philadelphia), N. Y. Yacht, Royal Canadian
Yacht, Eastern Yacht, Seawanahaka-Corinthlan, At-i
lantic, Larchmont Yacht. Residence (summer): South
Yarmouth, Mass.; (winter) Elmwood, Cambridge,

Retired dry goods comm'n merchant; b. Boston,
Mass., Sept. 22, 1847; s. Adolphus and Mary Robbins
(iDraper) Davis; ed. Boston English High Sch.; m. N.
Y. City, June 1, 1882, Minnie E., d. Dr. Prank Hastings
Hamilton; one son: Frank Hamilton, ib. 1883. Mem.
firm Converse, Stanton & Davis, 1873-1885; Deering,
Williken & Co., 1886-1902; retired since Dec, 1902.
Dir. Bank of N. Y Second Nat. Bank. Citizens Central
Nat. Bank. Democrat; Unitarian. Clubs: Ardsley, St.
Andrews Golf, Merchants. Residence: 52 W. 57th St.
Address: 66 Beaver St., N. Y. City.


(Merchant; b. Brownsville, Tenn., 1868; s. John C.
and Matilda (Core) Davis; grad. Vanderbilt Univ.; re-
ceived gold founder's medal for distinguished pro-
ficiency; m. Indianapolis, Ind., Jan. 2, 1905, Emma L.
Atkins"; one child. Gen. mg'r eastern branch and mem.
firm E. C. Atkins & Co. Mem. Beta Theta Pi. Address:
43 Warren St., N. Y. City.


Physician; b. N. Y. City, Aug. 4, 1872; s. Fellowes
and Marie Antoinette (Baker) Davis; ed. St. Marks
Sch., class of 1S91; Harvard Univ., class of 1895; Coll.
of Phys. and Surg., Columbia Univ., class of 1899;
N. Y. Hosp., 1901; m. N. Y. City, Dec. 7, 1904, Gertrude

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