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tions: Motoring, golf. Residence: 101 W. 85th St.
Address: 15 William St., N. Y. City.


Artist; b. N. i Dec. 13, 1854; ed. Pelham Priory,
N. Y.; pupil of William M. Chase in art, 1S79-1880;
studied in Academie Julien, Paris, 1884-1885; m. 1887,
Arthur H. Sherwood, of N. Y. Painted at Paris, 1885-
1886; made many illustrations and cover designs for.
Harper's; illustrated Pretty Peggy and Old Fashioned
Tales, by M-s. Burton Harrison. Awarded silver
[medal at Paris Exp'n, 1889; medal at Columbian
Exp'n, 1S93; exhibited at Paris Exp'n, 1900; 2 medals
(bronze) at Pan-Am. Exp'n, Buffalo; silver medal for
water colors, Da. Purchase Exp'n. Associate Nat.
Acad. Design; mem. Soc Am. Artists, Am. Water
Color Soc, N. *. Water Color Club., Address: 251
Lexington Av N. Y. City.


Eng'r, inventor; b. Pelham, Westchester Co., N. Y.,
July 10, 1850; s. William Jenkins and Julia Colt
(Pierson) Emmet; grad. U. S. Naval Acad., 1881 Sc.
D., Union Coll. Served in Navy until 1883; has been
with Gen. Electric Co. since 1892; re-entered Navy
during Spanish-Am. War Has promoted, designed
and directed many new electrical methods and de-
velopments, the most valuable work of this kind
being in connection with distribution by alternating
currents as now generally applied in large cities.
His most important work has been the development
and design of the Curtis Steam Turbine, in which
has been engaged since 1900. Author: Alternating
Current Wiring and Distribution; contb'r to various
journals. Mem. Am. Philos. Soc, Soc. of Naval Archi-



tects & Marine Eng'rs, Am. Soc. Mech. Eng'rs; past
v.-p. Am. Inst. Elec. Eng'rs. Clubs: University, N.
T. City. Residence' Schenectady, N. Y. Address:
Gen. Electric Co., Schenectady, N. Y.


Sup't of Ins. State of N. Y., lawyer; b. New
Rochelle. N. Y., July 2S, 1S69; s. Richard S. ana
Katherine (Temple) Emmet; attended St. Paul's Sch.,
Concord. N. II., Columbia Univ., Columbia Law Sch ,
LL.B., 1S90; m. N. Y., 1896, Cornelia Zabriskie; three
children. Admitted to bar 1S90,' and engaged in prac-
tice Westchester County, several years; now prac-
tising in N. Y. City. Mem. Constitutional Conv., 1894;
appt'd State sup't of Ins.. 1912. Mem. Bar Ass'n City
of N. Y., N. Y. County Lawyers' Ass'n. Residence:
5S E. 76th St., N. Y. City. Address: State Capitol,
Albany, N. Y.


Born Quincy, Mass., Aug. 17, 1850; s. Nathaniel H.
and Elizabeth Ware (Wales) Emmons; ed. Boston
Latin Sch., Mass. Inst. Technology, Stuttgardt Poly-
technikum, Univ. of Leipsic, Ph.D., 1874; Univ. of
Heidelberg, Harvard Law Sch., LL.B., 1877; m. Julia
W. Parish: one d.: Elizabeth W.. b. Nov. 30, 1894.
Clubs: Century, University (N. Y. City), Metropolitan,
Cosmos (Washington, D. C), Union (Boston). Reading
Room (Newport). Residence: Newport, R. I., and 60
Park Av., N. Y. City.


Steamship mg'r; b. Athens, N. Y., 1839; s. James A.
and Susan Ann Emmons; ed. public sehs. ; m. 1869,
Annie E. Tarbell. In steamboat 'business N. Y., many
years; sec. and trustee N. Y. Harbor Towboat Co.;
dir. John E. Moore Co.; C. E. Evarts & Co. Mem. Nat.
i B'd Steam Navigation. Republican. Mason; mem.
Royal Arcanum, Loyal Ass'n. Actors' Fund of Am., St.
John's Guild. Address: 17 State St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. "Woodside," Carroll County, Md., Nov. 3,
1883; s. David, Jr. and Martha Eleanora (Shepherd)
Englar; grad. Western Md. Coll., A.B. (summa cum
laude), 1903; Harvard Univ. Law Sch., LL.B. (cum
laude), 1906; m. Baltimore, Md., June 5, 1909, Ethel
Miller; one d.: Elizabeth Watts, b. May 27, 1913. Mem.
Bar of State of Md., and State of N. Y. Specialist in
admiralty and ins. law; mem. firm Harrington, Big-
ham & Engiar. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., Maritime
Law Ass'n of U. S., Md. Soc. of N. Y. Cluibs: Calumet.
Harvard, Whitehall. Residence: Garden City, L 1.
Address: 64 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, Aug. 3, 1863; s. Thomas Dunn
and Annie (Maxwell) English; ed. public and private
sens., N. Y. City; N. Y. Univ.; studied law under
private tutor in Hindoo. Greek, Roman, Hebrew. Eng-
lish and Am. law; student of history, science, medicine,
literature and languages; m., 1st, Sept., 1891, Lucie B.
Temple (died 1895); 2d, 1900, Eloise Young: children:
Thomas Dunn, Jr. (by first wife); Hugh Young, b.
1902; Edgar, b. 1904; Ruth, b. 1906. Admitted to bar
in N. Y., Dist. of Columbia, U. S. Courts and in several
States; ass'' U. S. att'y in Dep't of Interior, 1893-1897;
resigned and resumed private practice. One or
comm'rs of Hudson-Fulton celebration, 1909. Address:
80 Maiden Lane, N. Y. City.


Pres. Enos & Watkins Co.; b. Brooklyn, N. Y Aug.
5, 1856; s. De Witt Clinton and Anna Fredericka
(Trask) Enos; grad. Princeton, 1878; Columbia Sch. of
Mines. 1879; m. Southport, Conn., Oct. 2, 1883, Jennie
Louise Taylor; children: Alanson Trask, Jr., b. 1887;
Janet, b. 1890; Frederick Marquand, b. 1896; Elizabeth
Howell, o. 1900. After graduation spent some time in
travel and practice of profession. Engaged in mf'g
business, N. Y., 1883. and formed firm of Oxley, Gid-
dings & Enos; in 1895, formed the Enos Co., lighting 1
fixtures, of which was pres., formed the Enos & Wat-
kins Co., 1911, of which is pres. Republican; Episcopal-
ian. Mem. Met. Museum of Art, Am. Museum Natural
History, N. Y. Genealogical and Biog. Soc, N. Y. Hist.
Soc, L. I. Hist. Soc; dir. N. Y. Y. M. C. A.. St. George's
Trade Sch.; mem. Soc. Colonial "Wars, Sons of Revo-
lution. Recreations: Boating, golf, tennis, etc. Clubs:
University, Princeton, Arts, Crescent Athletic Resi-
dence: 36 W. 37th St. Address: S75 Park Av N. Y.


.'oS!^ official, capitalist; b. Breslau, Germany, June 16,
1850; s. Adolphus L. and Esther (Peck) Erb; ed, public
and high sens.. St. Louis. Engaged in practice of law,
1872-1892; receiver for Memphis, Selma & Brunswick
R. R. Co., 1S85-1S86: gen. att'y for Arkansas, Tenn. and

Miss, of Kans. City, Fort Scott & Memphis R. R., 1881-
1886; pres. Western Telegraph Co., absorbed by West-
ern Union Telegraph Co., 1886-1898; pres. and receiver,
Kansas City, Wyandott & Northwestern R. R., ana
Kansas City & Beatrice R. R., 1887-1892; v.-p. Meriden
& Conn. R. R. Co., 1892, and Pere Marquette R. R., De-
troit, 1895-1898; constructed and pres., 1S96-1898, St.
Louis, Memphis & Southeastern R. R. ; pres. and dir.
Wis. Central R'y, one year. Now pres. and ehm'n
British Columbia Copper Co.; v.-p. New Dominion
Copper Co.; dir. U. S. Light & Car Heating Co., Wis.
Central R. R. Co., Empire Trust Co., Ann Arbor R. R.
Co. Address: 42 Broadway, N. Y. City.

Dramatic mg'r; b. Buffalo, May 4, 1860; s. Leopold
and Regina Erlanger; ed. in public schools of Cleve-
land, Ohio. Mem. firms: Frohman, Klaw & Erlanger,
Hayman, Klaw & Frohman; pres. New York Theatre
Co., Klaw & Erlanger Construction Co., Klaw & Er-
langer Amusement Co., Klaw & Erlanger New Orleans
Theatres Oo.; treas. Hayman & Davies Co., Mount
Carmel Cemetery Co.; sec. The Nixon & Zimmerman
Amusement Co.; dir. Interstate Amusement Co., Com-
mercial Trust Co. Clubs: Democratic, Green Room,
Lamlbs, Friars. Residence: 232 West End Av. Ad-
dress: 214 W. 42d St., N. Y. City.


Jurist; b. Buffalo, N. Y.; s. Leopold and Regina Er-
langer; ed. in public schools and Columbia Coll. Law
School, LL.B.; unmarried. Elected sheriff of N. Y.
County, serving 1904-1906; elected Nov., 1906, judge of
the Supreme Court of N. Y. for First Dist., for term
expiring Dec. 31, 1920. Democrat. Dir. Hebrew Infant
Asylum, Heibrew Immigrant Aid Soc, Montefiore
Home; mem. United Heibrew Charities, Mt. Sinai Hosp.,
Jewish Publication Society and Mason, 32. Clubs:
National Democratic. Harmonie. Residence: 2030
Broadway. Address: County Court House, N. Y. City.

'Merchant, mf'r; b. Zurich, Switzerland; s. Solomon
H. and Dorothea (Koeohlin) Ernst; ed. at schools in
Zurich and Lausanne; m. Brooklyn, Oct. 20, 1880, Marv
A. Heissenbuttel; children: Clara H b. 1886; John H.,
Jr., b. 1S8S; Marie E., b. 1889. After three years' ap-
prenticeship in silk mf'g concern took practical course
in manufacture of silk tissues, passing through all the
processes, from spinning the silk to the finished
product; after four years spent in France in acquiring
French language became mg'r in N. Y. City of Zurich
silk firm; after establishing branch took over the
business in own name; sole owner J. H Ernst & Co.,
Kress & Co., Peerless Towel Supply Co.; pres. and dir.
Silver & Co. Congregationalist. Independent in poli-
tics. Mem. Royal Arcanum. Clubs: Montauk Cres-
cent Athletic. Clove Valley, Rod and Gun, L. I. Auto.
Residence: 318 Park PI., Brooklvn. Address- 29
Lafayette St., N. Y. City.


Educator, writer; b. N. Y. City, Oct. 5, 1879; s. James
Morrison and Eliza Jane (Hollingsworth) Brskine;
grad. Columbia Univ., A.B., 1900, A.M., 1901, Ph.D ,
1903-1906; asso. prof, of English, 1906-1909; adjunct
Graham, b. 1911. Instr. in English, Amherst Coll.,
1903-1906; asso. prof, of English, 1906-1909; adjunct
prof, of English, Columbia Univ., 1909-1910; asso prof
of English since 1910. Episcopalian. Mem Delta
Upsilon fraternity, Phi Beta Kappa Soc, Modern
Language Ass'n, Poetry Soc. Clubs: Authors, Colum-
bia University. Address: Columbia Univ., N. Y. City.

Lawyer; b. Nov. 15, 1871; s. John and Cornelia Van
Rensselaer Erving; ed. private schs.; unmarried Mu-
nicipal Civil Service Comm'r of Albany, N. Y Jan,
1902-April, 1912; Comm'r of Public Safety, Albany, N.
Y., appt'd April 18, 1912, which includes Bureaus of
Police, Fire, Health and Buildings. Representative in
Albany of the Van Rensselaer estate. Republican.
Mem Ass'n Bar City of N. Y. Clubs: Racquet and
Tennis, Republican (N. Y.), Fort Orange (Albany).
Residence: 371 State St. Address: 13 N. Pearl St
Albany, N. Y.


Fireproof construction; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., 1874; ed.
in schools of Brooklyn and Univ. of Zurich, Switzer-
land; m. Englewood, N. J.. 1905, Harriet L. Hutchinson.
President and director White Fireproof Construction
Co.; treas. and dir. Ajax Reinforced Concrete Co.;
pres. Employing Metal Furring and Lathing Ass'n,
Bull Terrier Breeders' Ass'n; mem. B'd Govs. Bld'g
Trades Employers' Ass'n; sec. Master League of Ce-
ment Workers. Fourth Div. Veterans' Ass'n N. Y. N.
G. Clubs: Highland (Summit, N. J.), Canoebrook
Country, BaltusTol Golf. Address: 131 Hobart Av.,
Summit, N. J.




Lawyer; b. Brooklyn, June 25, 1S7G; s. Henry and
Louise (Fassnacht) Escher; ed. Neuchatel (Switzer-
land; Univ., N. Y. Univ. Law Sen., LL.B., 1896; St.
Lawrence Univ., LL.M., 1905; m. 1912. Was prof, of
law of ethics, Brooklyn Law Sen. Mem. firm Escher &
i'ex until appt'd vice-consul of Switzerland in N. Y.
Republican; Presby'n. Aiem. 23d Reg't, N. G. N. Y..
Vet. Ass'n. Recreations: Athletic sports, music. Clubs;
Crescent Athletic (v.-p.), Glenwood Country, N. Y.
Swiss. Address; 26 Exchange PI., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Alden, N. Y, Oct. 23, 1354; s. Experience
and Caroline Augusta (Maxwell) Estabrook; ed.
Omaha, Neb., public schs. ; grad. law dep't Washington
Univ., 1875; m. Omaha, Neb., Oct 23, 1880, Clara Camp-
bell; one d.: Mrs. Blanche Deuel Roebling, of Trenton,
N. J. Practised, Omaha, 1875-1806; Chicago, 1896-
1902. Mem. firm Lowden, Estabrook & Davis; solicitor
Western Union Telegraph Co. in N. Y. City, 1902-1911;
now mem. firm Noble, Estabrook & McHarg. Repub-
lican. Mem. Am. Bar Ass'n, N. Y. State Bar Ass'n, N.
Y. County Lawyers' Ass'n. Clubs: Chicago, Marquette
(hon. mem.), Lawyers, Lotos, Union League, Metro-
politan, Republican, Ardsley, Sleepy Hollow Country,
Automobile of America (N. Y. City), Pilgrim, Camp
Fire. Residence: "Glenmary," Tarrytown, N. Y. Ad-
dress: 115 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Educator; b. Thomaston, Me., Nov. 12, 1858; s. Sum-
ner and Sarah (Holt) Estes; grad. Colby Coll., A.B.,
1SS4; A.M., 1887; Johns Hopkins Univ., Ph.D., 1895;
unmarried. Ass't prin. and prin. Ricker Inst. (Me.),
1884-1891; prin. Cook Acad. (N. Y.), 1898-1900; prof.
Latin, Furman Univ., 1896-1898; teacher Erasmus Hall
High Sch., Brooklyn, since 1900. Baptist. Mem. grad.
chapter Phi Beta Kappa. Address: Erasmus Hall
High Sch., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Clergyman; b. Auburn, Me., Oct. 18, 1S51; 6. Hiram
C. Estes, D.D., and Sophia B. (Foster) Estes; grad.
Newton Theol. Inst'n, 1874; Univ. of Vermont. A.B.,
1871, A.M., 1S7L D.D.. 1S96; studied in Univ. of Gbttin-
gen, Germany, 1878-1879; m. Jericho. Vt., May 12, 1880,
Effigene Lydia Galusha; one son: Walter D., 'b. July
22, 1881. Ordained minister Aug. 19, 1874; pastor Man-
chester, Vt., 1874-1S76; Belfast, Me., 1876-1878; Ver-
gennes, Vt., 1880-1883; prof, and acting prin. Atlanta
Bapt. Sem., 1883-1SS6; pastor Holden, Mass., 1886-1891;
prof. New Testament Interpretation, Colgate Univ.,
1S55, of Colonial and Revolutionary ancestry, ances-
since '1891; librarian Colgate Univ. since 1898. Repub-
lican; Baptist. Author: History of Holden, Mass..
1894; Outline of New Testament Theology, 1900; Notes
on Greek Grammar, 1904. Mem. Phi Beta Kappa Soc,
Soc. of Biblical Literature and Exegesis. Address:
Hamilton, N. Y.

Merchant; b. Port Kent, Essex Co., N. Y., Oct. 19,
1855, of Colonial and Revolutionary ancestry, ances-
tors having settled in Mass. in 1675 from Dover, Kent,
England; received academic ed'n; m. Brooklyn, Dec. 5,
1883, Jennie Bell Carman, d. Mahlon Carman, South
Oyster Bay, L. I.; children: Clifford W., Joseph
Beecham, Louis Carman. Entered corp'n of E. B.
Estes & Sons, 18S7, and is now its pres. and treas.;
also pres. Estes Lumber Co. Mem. Chamber of Com-
merce, Sons of the Revolution, Soc. War of 1812, New
England Soc, Am. Peace and Arbitration League,
Peace Soc. Citv of N. Y., Am. Polit. Science Ass'n, Civil
Service Reform Ass'n, N. Y. State Hist. Soc, Lake
Champlain Ass'n. Clubs: Union League, Down Town
\ss'n Economic, Columbia Yacht, West Side Repub-
lican (N Y City), Midwood (Brooklyn), Morristown
Field (Morristown. N. J.), Lakewood Country (Lake-
wood, N. J.). Address: 74 Warren St., N. Y. City.

Writer, artist; b. Rome, N. Y., 186G; s. Alfred Eth-
rid"e- ed Riverview Mil. Acad., Poughkeepsie, N. Y.;
Phillips Andover Acad., Andover, Mass.; N. Y. Art
League, Westminster School of Art, London, and
Julian Academy, Paris; m. Rome, N. Y.. Nov. 10, 1894
Julia Dinsmore Flandrau. Engaged in magazine and
newspaper work at home and abroad. Treas. George
Ethridge 'Co. In 100:> established and has since been
editor of Dep't of "Commercial Art," in "Printer's
Ink." Mem. Oneida Soc. Clubs: Manhattan. Strollers
Sphinx, Aldine Ass'n, Ardsley. Rockaway Hunting, N.
Y Yacht, Calumet (N. Y. City), Teugega Golf (Rome,
N. Y.). Residence: 2.7 5th Av., N. Y. City.

Lawyer, Public Service Comm'r; b. Limerick. Jeffer-
son Co., N. H Jan. 17, 1847; s. Tobias and Mary

iMaikwick) Eustis; removed in infancy to Hammond.
St. Lawrence Co., N. Y.; ed. in schools there and at
Wesieyan Univ., B.S., ls74; Dwight Law Sch., Columbia
Univ., 1877; m. 1st, N. Y. City, Sept., 1881, Minnie
Rutty; 2d, Brooklyn, N. Y., May, 1804, Parmelia A.
Quackenbos; cnildren: John R., b. 1882; Mary, b. 1884;
Sarah E., b. 1885; Helen F., b. 1887; Constance, b. 1890;
Edwin M., b. 1892; Elmer T., b. 1895; Richard C., b.
1899. While atending law school and until 1880 was
in office of Olin, Rives & Montgomery, N. Y. City;
practising on own account since admission to bar,
1877; mem. firm Eustis, Foster & Coleman, 1890-1896,
and of Eustis & Foster 1896-1909. Dir. Babcock &
Wilcox Co., Manhattan Mortgage Co., Guarantee Mort-
gage Co., Nat. Bond & Mortgage Ins. Co. School
trustee 24th Ward, 1881-1895; school inspector, 1895-
1S96; a comm'r of B'd of Ed'n of N. Y. City, 1896-1899;
Park Comm'r, Borough of the Bronx. X. Y., 1902-1903;
appt'd by Gov. Hughes, 1907, mem. Public Service
Comm'n, First Dist., and reappt'd by Gov. Hughes
Feb., 1909. Independent Republican; formerly v.-p.
Citizens' Union. Methodist. Trustee of Wesieyan
Univ., Middletown, Conn.; N. Y. Skin and Cancer Hosp.
Mem. Bronx West Side Ass'n, North Side B'd of Trade,
Lafayette Post, G. A. R. ; served a year in Troop M,
20th N. Y. Cav., in Civil War. Clubs: Republican.
City (N. Y. City). Address: 154 Nassau St., N. Y. City.


Clergyman; b. Bryncellyn, Wales, Jan. 1, 1862; s.
Robert Trogwy and Mary (Blackwell) Evans; ed.
Holland Patent Acad, (valedictorian), 1875-1877; Ham-
ilton Coll. A.B. (salutatorian), 1SS2; A.M., 18S5; D.D..
1895; Union Theol. Sem., 1888; m. Clinton, N. Y., 1890.
Ethel Kelsey. Instr. Brooklvn Poly. Inst., 1882-1885;
Hamilton Coll., 1SS8-18S9. Pastor First Presby'n Ch..
Lockport, N. Y., 1889-1895; West Prestoy'n Ch., N. Y.
City 1905-1911; co-pastor West Park Presby'n Ch.,
N. Y. City, since 1911. Mem. Phi Beta Kappa Soc,
Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity; dir. Union Theol.
Sem., City Mission and Tract Soc; trustee X. Y. Pres-
bytery; moderator N. Y. Presbytery, 1903-1904; mod-
erator Svnod of N. Y., 1906. Pres. N. Y. Alumni Ass'n
Hamilton Coll., 1907-190S; pres. St. David's Soc, State
of N. Y., 1908-1910. Recreations: Golf, tennis, fishing
walking. Clubs: Century, Chi Alpha, Sigma Chi,
Theta. Address: 336 W. S6th St., N. Y. City.


Dentist and mf'r dental goods; b. in Ireland, 1844;
s. George and Mary Ann Evans; ed. in Ireland and
public schs. and Coll. City of N. Y.; m. Leonor de
Sutton, d. Dr. Richard de Sutton, late surgeon-in-chief
Argentine Army, S. America; children: George, Leonor
de Sutton. Formerly lecturer in several dental col-
leges. Prominent in dental literature and as author
of a well-known professional text-book; Artificial
Crown-Bridge and Porcelain Work (now in 7th
edition). Inventor of many mech. methods and ap-
pliances in dentistry. Pres. the Evans Co. Investor,
operator in and owner of N. Y. City real estate; also
of farm land in Nassau County. L. I.. N. Y. Mem.
Nat. Dental Ass'n. N. Y. State Dental Soc, X. Y. First
Dist. Soc. Odontological Soc; hon. mem. several dental
socs. ; mem. Nat. Geog. Soc, Soc. Moral and Social
Prophylaxis. Mason. Recreations: Interested in ath-
letics and sporting life. Clubs: Lotos, N. Y. Athletic.
Ibero-Ameriea (N. Y. City), Canadian Camp. Ad-
dress: Syosset, L. I., and 55 W. 39th St., N. Y. City.


Insurance pres.; b. Houston, Tex., April 14, I860:
resident N. Y. City since 1S66; s. Joseph Henry and
Cora Wilbur (Taylor) Evans; ed. Brooklyn public
schs., Shelleck Sch., Norwalk, Conn.; Columbia Coll.
Sch. of Mines, one year; m. Houston, Tex., June. 1892.
Mary Roland Lopez. Entered office Continental Fire
Ins. Co. as minor clerk, March, 1S78; elected sec,
May, 18SS; 2d v.-p., Jan., 1889; 1st v.-p.. Jan.. 1892;
pres. since Jan., 1903. Pres. and dir. Fidelity-Phenix
Fire Ins. Co. of N. Y., Alabama Marble Co.; trustee
Central Trust Co. of N. Y. ; mem. Metropolitan Mu-
seum of Art, Mayflower Soc, Chamber of Commerce,
N. Y. B'd of Trade, Merchants Ass'n. Clubs: Players.
Down Town Ass'n. Recess. Rumson, Automobile of
America, Sleepv Hollow, Nat. Golf (N. Y. City), Trav-
elers (Paris), Kaiserlich Automobile (Berlin), Tour-
ing (France), Touring (Italy), Royal Automobile
(London). Address: SO Maiden Lane. N. Y. City.


Educator; b Portland. Me., Aug. 18. 1S62: s. Henry
Dearborn and Jane Adelaide (Carter) Evans; ed.
Gorham (Me.) Normal Sch.. Wellesley Coll. Instr. in
Wellesley Coll., 3 years; asso. principal Dana Hall.
Wellesley. 11 years. Traveled and studied abroad.
Address:" 29 Fairfield St., Boston, Mass.




Clergyman and educator; b. Caermarthen, England;
s Thomas and Marv (Levi) Evans; entered Borough
i;...,,i cuii.,]nii in7n, as 1st class Queen's scholar;
grad 1880, gaining distinction in the art of teaching;
grad I'niv. lil.issmv, M.A., issl, with distinction in
mental philosophy; m. N. T. City, 18ST, Annie Hilda
Benjamin: children: Gwendoline M., Gwilym Dudley.
Thomas Kelvin. Ordered deacon, 1S97; ordained priest.
1898 in Episcopalian ministry: for 20 years head
master St. David's Hall, Scarsdale. N. Y., preparatory
school for boys. Mem. St. David's Soc. Recreations:
Landscape architecture, tree cutting. Author: Mem-
ory as a Power of Knowledge. Clubs: The British
Schools and Universities, Am. Universities Club (Lon-
don!. Address: St. David's Hall, Scarsdale, N. T.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, Dec. 10, 1848; s. William M.
and Helen Minerva <\Vardner) Evarts; grad. Yale
I'niv BA, 1869, M.A., 1S72; studied law at Columbia
Coll Law Sen., 1870-1871; unmarried. Mem. firm
Evarts Choate & Sherman: pres. Garden City Co.;
sec United Metals Selling Co.; mem. Ass'n Bar City
of X Y. Soc. Med. Jurisprudence, Met. Museum of
\rt" Am. 'Museum of Natural History, N. Y. Zool. Soc.
New England Soc, Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity;
trustee Vassar Coll. Clubs: Union. Century. Uni-
versity, Brook, Aero, Yale, N. Y. Athletic. Manhattan,
Grolie'r Turf and Field. Whist. Garden City Golf,
Metropolitan (Washington. D. C). St. Stephen's (Lon-
donl. ' Address: 80 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Champlain. N. Y.. Dec. 29, 1S63; s. Charles
E and Pamelia (Savage) Everest; ed. Champlain
Acad 1SS3; grad. Albany Law Sch., B.L.. 1887; m.
Denver Colo., June 14, 1898, Lillian L. Pike; children:
Grace Marguerite, b. 1902: Marian Angel, b. 1905;
Charles Dudley, b. 1907. Practised raw in Champlain.
X Y 1887-1S89; Rouse's Point. 1889-1898; at Platts-
burgi since 1S9S: was dist. att'y Clinton Co.. 1S96-
1S9S- served as corp'n counsel for city of Plattsburgh:
appt'd citv judsre. Plattsbirrgh. Feb.. 1906: U. S.
Comm'r at' Pla ttsburgh, 1904-1905. Republican; Pres-
bv'n Mem Clinton Co. Bar Ass'n. Am. Canoe Ass'n.
Plattsburgh Chamber of Commerce. Recreations:
Camping, fishing, gunning. Club: Rod and Gun. Ad-
dress: Plattsburgh. N. Y.


Certified public accountant: b. Pittsburgh. Pa.. Feb.
>4 1S56- s Samuel and Sarah J. (Clark) Everett; ed.
grammar and high schools. Pittsburgh; received de-
Tee Certified Public Accountant, Univ. of 111.: m.
1S7S Annie B. Dittler: children: Eric J., b. 1S79;
Randall J., b. 1SS5. Pres. and dir. Everett Audit Co.:
sec MacArthur Brothers Co.; sec. and dir. MacArthur.
Perks & Co.. Ltd.. Construction & Eng'ring Finance
Co MacArthur Concede Pile & Foundation Co., U. S.
Equipment Co.. West Coast Construction Co.. East
Georgia Paw Mill Co.. MacArthur Brothers Co.. Ltd.
(Can ) Democrat. Clubs: Green Room. Pleiades
(sec). Residence: S2 Washington PI. Address: 11
Pine St., N. Y. City.

Lawyer; b N. Y. City, June 29, 1S73; ed. public
schools and Coll. City of N. Y.. A.B.: read law and
served as clerk in office of John H. V. Arnold. Ad-
mitted to bar, and now engaged in general practice of
law Democrat; elected to Assembly of N. Y., 1902 and
1904 Mem Zeta Psi fraternity. Clubs: National Demo-
cxatic, Pennsylvania, Schnotte (Morrisania). Young
Men's Democratic Club of the Bronx. Address: 32
Liberty St.. N. Y. City.


Catholic clergyman; b. Sing Sing, 1860; s. Luke and
Delia (Martin) Evers; grad. Notre Dame, Univ. lnd.,
M.S., 1877, A.B., A.M., 1879. Rector St. Andrew's R. C.
Church and chaplain City Prison; dir. Bowery Mission
of the Holy Name. Founder of what is known as
"The Printers' Mass" every Sunday morning in St. An-
drew's Church, Duane St., at 2:30 a. m, at which over
700 men each Sunday are in attendance. Pres. Alumni
Soc of Notre Dame Univ., Ind. Address: 20 City Hall
Place, N. Y. City.

Lawyer; b. Easton, N. Y., Sept. 17, 1867; s. Palmer
D. and Elizabeth (Perrv) Everts; ed. North Granville
Mil. Acad., 1885; grad. Williams Coll., A.B., 1890; Univ.
City of N. Y. Law Sch., LL.B., 1892; m. Granville, N. Y
June 10, 1892, Lucina Woodward; children: Palmer W.,
b. 1894; Miriam E.. b. 1898; Roscoe, b. 1902. Sp'l county
judge of Washington Co. Progressive County Chm'n
and mem. State Com., sec. and dir. Granville Improve-

ment Oo.; dir. Granville Nat. Bank. Episcopalian.
Mem. Slate Hist. Soc, Masonic order (Granville Chap-
ter, R. A. M., Knights Templar, Washington Com-

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