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prize for English composition. Member of Illinois Legislature for three ses-
sions, 1879-84. Judge of Cook Co. Circuit Court, 1884-93, when he resigned.
Speaker of the House, 1883-84. Practicing law in Chicago. Member of the
American Society of Political and Social Science, and of the Illinois State and
Chicago Bar Associations. Trustee of Northwestern University since 1887.



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Married Nellie Robb, 17 Sept. 1873, at Evanston, 111.
Children CARRIE MAY; died 6 July 1874.

LORIN CONE 3D, born 1 Aug. 1876.

HELEN ROBB; died 16 May 1878.

GRACE, born 15 Oct. 1883.

GEORGE ROBB, born 24 May 1888.
Residence, 4 Tower Court, Chicago, 111 .

94. *LEWIS PARMENIO DAVIS.

Born 3i Dec. 1839, at Davis, Mich. Prepared at Northwestern University
Academy. A.B. 1875, A.M. 1873, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. D.D.,
ibid. Phi Kappa Psi. Enlisted in 22d Michigan Inf., 9 Aug. 1862. Served
as private, Sergeant-Major and Lieutenant; mustered out at close of war.
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; Detroit Conference, 1873-97; pastor at De-
troit, Plymouth, Dexter, and West Bay City; presiding elder of Alpena Dis-
trict, 1883-87; pastor Lincoln Avenue Church, Detroit, 1887-92; presiding
elder Adrian District, 1892-97; trustee of Albion College, Mich., several years.

Married Lydia E. Tinsman of Romeo, Mich., 19 Dec. 1863.

Children IRENE ESTELLE, born 1867.
PAUL T., born 1870.

Died 12 July 1897, at Bay View, Mich.

95. ROBERT BOAL EDWARDS.

Born 10 Sept. 1844, in Roberts Twp., Marshall Co., 111. Entered from
Clark Seminary, Aurora, 111. A.B. 1875, A.M. Adelphic. Day prize for
English composition. Enlisted 1 May 1864, as Sergeant in Co. I, 141st 111.
Vol. Inf. Discharged 10 Oct. 1864. Studied law until 1874 at Lacon, 111.
Practiced law at Lacon until failure of health in 1891. City attorney at Lacon,
1879-83.

Married (1) Almira J. Johnson, 21 Dec. 1875, at Lacon, 111.; she died 14
Feb. 1891. (2) Julia E. Green, 20 June 1893, at Lacon.

Adopted Children DOROTHY, born 4 Aug. 1895.
MARJORY, born 20 June 1900.

Residence, Lacon, 111.

96. ELTINGE ELMORE.

Born 10 April 1851, at New Palz, N. Y. Prepared at Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. Ph.B. Sigma Chi. Wholesale dealer in cedar and forest
products, and secretary and manager Resthaven Sanatorium Co., Milwaukee,
Wis.

Married Hattie L. Cook, at San Mateo, Cal., 9 Sept. 1876.
Children ELINOR, born 14 July 1877.

AMELIA HUNTLEY, born 19 Oct. 1879.
SAMUEL ELTINGE, born 8 Oct. 1882.
FLORETTA GEORGINA, born 26 Sept. 1884.
EMILY WARREN, born 26 Nov. 1886.
Residence, 603 Prospect Ave., Milwaukee, Wis.



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97. EDWIN JOHN HARRISON.

Born 25 Dec. 1848, at Belleville, 111. Prepared at Minneapolis High
School. Ph.B. Sigma Chi. Day prize for EngHsh composition. Dry goods
and money loaning business.

Married Mary E. Smith of Winona, Minn., 1 Aug. 1874.

Residence, Waverly Hotel, Minneapolis, Minn.



98. JOHN MILTON JOHNSTON.

Born 20 Sept. 1844, at Shelby, N. Y\ Entered from Adrian College,
Michigan. A.B. 1875, A.M. Hinman. Managing editor of Tripod.
Enlisted 10 Oct. 1862, in 67th Regiment, Ohio Vol. Inf., as non-commissioned
officer. Captured in hospital ; honorably discharged 17 July 1863. Clergy-
man, Methodist Episcopal ; pastor at Marquette, Negaunee, and Houghton,
Mich., 1871-79. Manufacturing optician since 1880. Author of "Eye
Studies," "Good Sight Series," etc., and editor of optical journals for twenty
years.

Married Mary Spencer Peck, 18 Sept. 1873.

Children MARION S., born 25 July 1876; died 11 Jan. 1893.
GEORGE S., born 1 March 1878.
PAUL H., born 7 Nov. 1881.

Residence, 2563 N. 41st Court, Irving Park, Chicago, 111.

Office, 84 Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111.

99. MATHER DEAN KIMBALL.

Born 4 Dec. 1849, at Green Bay, Wis. Entered from Ripon College, Wis.
A.B. 1875, A.M. Editor of Green Bay Advocate; editor and publisher of
Green Bay Globe,' 1874-83; manager of Women's Temperance Publication Asso-
ciation, Chicago, 1884-91 ; editor of Goodform, and doing literary work for other
publications, 1892-93; manager of literature and supply department, North-
western Mutual Life Insurance Co., Milwaukee, Wis. Member of Wisconsin
Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters, and of Wisconsin Historical Society.

Married Anna Lewis, 30 June 1875, at Chicago, 111.

Children KATE L., born 1876.
SARA W., born 1878.
ANNA M., born 1887.

Residence, 728 Frederick St., Milwaukee, Wis.

100. *GEORGE LUNT.

Born 4 Dec. 1850, in Chicago, 111. Prepared at Northwestern University
Academy. Ph.B. Sigma Chi. Day prize for|English composition. Grain
commission business, and afterward real estate, in Chicago.

Married Stella M. Burke, 7 Dec. 1881, at Chicago, 111.

Child MARGARET E., born 1 Sept. 1882.

Died 13 June 1895, at Evanston, 111.



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101. HIRAM HARRIS PALMER.

Born 25 June 1849, in Fulton Co., 111. Prepared at Jacksonville, 111. A.B.
1875, A.M. Teacher in Grand Prairie Seminary, Onarga, 111., 1873; principal
of public schools, Abilene, Kan., 1874; insurance business at Jacksonville, 111.,
1875-77; city editor Jacksonville Daily Journal, 1878-81; during two years of
same period was Grand Recorder A. O. U. W. of Illinois; edited and published
Roodhouse (111.) Journal, 1881-84; on Daily Courier, and Daily Journal, Jack-
sonville, 111.; with Union Iron Works, Kansas City, Mo., 1884; in editorial
charge of Kansas City Commercial, 1885; afterward editor and part owner of
Kansas City Implement and Farm Journal.

Married Hattie H. Davis, 17 Feb. 1880, at Jacksonville, 111.
Children MARY A. E., born 1881.

MATTIE R., born 1882; died.
JAMES Q., born 1885.
VIRGINIA I. V., born 1891.
HELENE H. B., born 1893.
Residence, 421 VanBuren St., Jacksonville, Fla.

102. CLARENCE RICHMOND PAUL.

Born 3 Oct. 1852, at St. Thomas, Ont., Canada. Prepared at Northwest-
ern University Academy. A.B. 1875, A.M. Sigma Chi; Phi Beta Kappa.
Divided the Lunt prize. Journalist three years on Chicago dailies; clerk of
several committees in the Illinois Legislature, and assistant secretary of the
Illinois Railroad and Warehouse Commission ; private secretary to U. S. Senator
Cullom, 1883-89, being clerk of senate committee which formulated the Inter-
state Commerce Act. Delegate to Republican State Convention four times,
and member of Republican State central committee three terms; editor
of Illinois State Journal since 1889.

Residence, Springfield, 111.

103. WILBUR OCTAVUS PEET.

Born 9 Sept. 1850, at West Webster, N. Y. Prepared at Genesee Wes-
leyan Seminary and Genesee College. A.B. 1875, A.M. 1874, B.D., Gar-
rett Biblical Institute. Hinman. Psi Upsilon. Managing editor Tripod,
1872. Day prize for English composition. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal;
in Genesee Conference; preaching at Westfield, Pa., 1895-1901; at Walworth
N. Y., 1901 .

Married Jeannie E. Frackelton, 9 Sept. 1879, at Petersburg, 111.

Children JAMES CLINTON, JR., born 25 Nov. 1880.
MARY ELIZA, born 28 Jan. 1889.
ROBERT, born 5 March 1891.

Residence, Walworth, N. Y.

104. FREDERICK DWIGHT RAYMOND.
BROTHER OF Nos. 80 AND 56.

Born 16 Sept. 1852, at Wilbraham, Mass. Prepared at Northwestern
University Academy. A.B. 1875, A.M. Hinman. Sigma Chi; Phi Beta



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Kappa. Engaged in construction and operation of railroads since graduation.
Now director, secretary and treasurer of the Elgin, Joliet and Eastern, and the
Chicago, Lake Shore and Eastern railway companies.

Married Carrie M. Wyckoff, 24 Oct. 1877, at Evanston, 111.
Children RUTH, born 6 Oct. 1878.

MARY, born 18 Oct. 1880. (In college 1900 .)

PHILIP W., born 28 Oct. 1886.
MARGARET, born 9 Aug. 1891.
FREDERICK DWIGHT, JR., born 6 July 1896.
Residence, 408 Greenwood Blvd., Evanston, 111.
Office, Rookery Building, Chicago, 111.

105. *JAMES FRANKLIN ROBINSON.

Born 27 Feb. 1849, near Hillsdale, Rock Island Co., 111. Prepared at
Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1875, A.M. Sigma Chi. Cashier
of Rock Island National Bank until 1899, when he became its president. For
several years trustee of the American University at Washington, D. C. Trus-
tee of Northwestern University, 1900-1902. At the time of his death presi-
dent of Rock Island National Bank, and Central Trust and Savings Bank,
Rock Island, 111. Had held the offices of treasurer of the city of Rock Island,
and treasurer of the Board of Education of Rock Island. Traveled exten-
.sively, including a tour of Europe and the Orient.

Married Mary E. Rhoades, of Pekin, 111., 29 Oct. 1879.

Died 23 May 1902, at Rock Island, 111.

106. FERNANDO ROYS.
BROTHER OF No. 81.

Born at Dickinson Center, N. Y. Entered College from Dickinson, N. Y.
A.B. M.D., Chicago Medical College. Teacher in Salt Lake City, Utah; phy-
.sician.

Married Miss H. M. Williams in 1873, in Michigan.

Residence, unknown.

107. AMOS A. L. SMITH.

Born 8 Sept. 1849, at Appleton, Wis. Prepared at Medford, Mass. En-
tered from Lawrence University, Appleton, Wis. A.B. 1875, A.M. Adel-
phic. Managing editor Tripod, 1871-72. Day and Blanchard prizes. Phi
Beta Kappa. Journalist in Chicago and afterward lawyer in Milwaukee, Wis.
Director in Wisconsin National Bank. Counsel for Humane Society. For-
merly Director in Milwaukee College for Women (Downer College).

Married Frances L. Brown, 20 May 1874, at Evanston, 111. ; she died 15
Oct. 1901.

Children LAURA L. (KAUN), born 16 June 1876.
PHILIP R., born 8 Jan. 1878.
EDWIN L., born 27 June 1882.
WALTON K., born 21 Sept. 1890.
Residence, 2316 Grand Ave., Milwaukee, Wis.




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108. HERBERT MANN THIERS.

Born 18 Oct. 1852, in McHenry Co., 111. Prepared at Kenosha (Wis.)
High School. B.S. C.E. Civil engineer on C. & N. W. Ry. in Minnesota
and Dakota, 1872-74. Lawyer in Kenosha, Wis., 1876-86, and in Chicago
since 1886.

Married Mary Gilda, 17 Jan. 1894, at Chicago, 111.

Child Died 23 Nov. 1902, aged one year.

Residence, 7024 Wentworth Ave., Chicago, 111. ; Office, 78 La Salle St.

109. *EDMUND BOOKER WOODSON.

Born 29 March 1850, at Michigan City, Ind. Prepared at Chelsea (Mass.)
High School and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1875, A.M.
Teacher for three years; in business in Chicago for three years. Clergyman,
Methodist Episcopal; in Northwest Indiana Conference. Pastor at Argos,
Morocco, Battle Ground, Oxford, Brookston, and Remington, Ind.

Died 22 Feb. 1888, at Remington, Ind.



CLASS OF 1873.

This class placed upon the campus the large boulder near the southwest

gate.

110. EDWIN CAMP ARNOLD.

Born 19 Dec. 1851, at Fulton, N. Y. Prepared at Rockford (111.) High
School. A.B. 1875, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. 1895, D.D., North-
western University. Hinman. Phi Kappa Psi ; Phi Beta Kappa. Lunt
prize; divided Blanchard prize. Managing editor Tripod, 1873. Clergyman,
Methodist Episcopal; Rock River Conference. Pastorates at Chicago, Joliet,
Wilmington, Ottawa, Plainfield, Waukegan, Galena, Batavia; at Wilmette,

111., 1901 .

Married Martha Henrietta Arnold, 24 Nov. 1880, at Syracuse, N. Y.

Children FLORENCE WINIFRED, born 24 Dec. 1881. (In college, 1901 .)

GLADYS, born 20 Oct. 1883. (In college, 1901 .)

EDWINA MARTHA, born 7 Nov. 1888; died 25 July 1889.
KENNETH FULLER, born 6 May 1892.
Residence, Wilmette 111.

111. *LOUIS BUTTERFIELD.
BROTHER OF Nos. 27 AND 53.

Born 18 Nov. 1850, at Marion, 111. Prepared at Rock River Seminary and
Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Hinman. Studied in Chicago
Union Law School. Lawyer in Chicago.

Died 30 Aug. 1897, at Denver, Colo.



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112. FESTUS WAUDBY CLEVELAND.

Born 19 Nov. 1850, at Masonville, N. Y. Prepared at Freeport High
School. Ph.B. Adelphic; Phi Kappa Sigma. Managing editor of Tripod,
1873. On Blanchard contest. Studied law. General Right of Way Agent,
C. & N. W. R. R.

Married Edith Williams, 25 Nov. 1875, at Chicago, 111.

Children WINIFRED (LANE), born 18 Sept. 1876.
PAUL W., born 24 Dec. 1878.
GERTRUDE L, born 14 July 1886.

Residence, 5047 Madison Ave., Chicago, 111.

Office, 22 Fifth Ave., Chicago, 111.

113. HENRY ALLEN COOPER.

Entered college from Burlington, Wis. Ph.B. Adelphic. Sigma Chi;
Phi Beta Kappa. Debate prize in junior year; divided Blanchard prize.
Lawyer. District attorney of Racine Co., Wis., 1880-87. Delegate to Na-
tional Republican Convention, 1884. Member of Wisconsin Senate, 1887-91.
Member of Congress from Wisconsin.

Residence, Racine, Wis.

114. *JOHN MILTON DANDY.

Born 18 July 1852, at Versailles, Ky. Prepared at Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. A.B. 1876, A.M. Phi Kappa Sigma. President of
Alumni Association, 1893-94. Special correspondent of Chicago Times and
Journal until 1875; became one of founders of Saturday Evening Herald, which
he edited and published until 1896. Member of Press Club of Chicago,
Calumet Club, and Indiana Club.

Married Nellie Blanford Cook of Baltimore, Md., 22 Oct. 1884.

Children MARY ALICE, born 8 Aug. 1885.

JOHN MILTON, JR., born 5 June 1890.

Died 6 March 1897, at Los Angeles, Cal.

115. BYRON HENRY ELDRIDGE.

Born 27 Jan. 1846, at Macomb, N. Y. Prepared at Monroe (Mich.) High
School. C.E. Civil engineer with Chicago and Alton, Atchison, Topeka and
Santa Fe, and Mexican Central railroads. Division engineer of Chicago and
Alton R. R., 1899 .

Residence, 216.Ashland Ave., La Grange, 111.

116. CHAUNCEY GAINES.

Born 9 Oct. 1848, at Victoria, 111. Prepared at Union High School, Ann
Arbor, Mich., and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1876, A.M.
Hinman. Phi Kappa Psi ; Phi Beta Kappa. Teacher in Illinois and California
until 1876. In general offices of S. P. R. R. in San Francisco, 1876-81. In
the Union Savings Bank, Oakland, Cal., 1882-91. On Board of Education in



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Berkeley, Cal., 1878-90. Manager of Oakland Fruit and Vineyard Co., 1892,
and vineyardist in Fresno Co., Cal., since 1882.

Married Chattie K. Rixon, 11 June 1878, at San Francisco, Cal.
Children CLARENCE ARTHUR, born 12 Feb. 1880.
MABEL, born 8 Aug. 1881.
IRENE, born 15 March 1884.
HOWARD R., born 30 Dec. 1885.
VICTOR C., born 22 Sept. 1888.
Residence, Fresno, Cal., R. D. No. 1.

117. HENRY GREEN.

Born 17 May 1846, in Racine, Wis. Prepared at Northwestern University
Academy. A.B. Hinman. Mayor of Sterling, 111., 1882-83; practicing law
in that city since admission to the bar in 1876.

Married Harriet T. Brookfield of Sterling, 111., 30 June 1881.

Children CHARLES H., born 1882.
HOWARD S., born 1886.

Residence, Sterling, 111.

118. FREDERICK MONROE HUSTED.

Born 30 July 1850, at Starksboro, Vt. Prepared at Galva, 111., Ann Arbor,
Mich., and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1876, A.M. LL.B.,
Union College of Law, Chicago. Phi Kappa Psi. Practicing law in Cali-
fornia since admission to bar in 1875.

Married Angie Lucina Holcomb, 19 Aug. 1879, at Oakland, Cal.

Children EDITH, born 19 Jan. 1881.

WINIFRED, born 27 March 1884.

Address, Macdonough Building, Oakland, Cal.

119. WILLIAM KING.

FATHER OF No. 448.

Born at Hillcommon, Somertshire, England. Prepared at Oberlin, Ohio,
and in Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1876, A.M. Member of
U. S. Life-Saving Crew. Teacher in Simpson Centenary College, Indianola,
Iowa, 1873-76. Resided later in Florida and in New Mexico. Now in post-
office, Highland Park, 111.

Married Marcia J. King, 18 July 1863, at Oberlin, Ohio.

Children MINNIE E. (MASON), born 12 Dec. 1864. (No. 448.)
JENNIE L. (MILLER).

Residence, Highland Park, 111. (Box 407) .

120. *JOHN RUMFORD LESLIE.

Born 30 Oct. 1846, at Hubbard, Ohio. Prepared in Rock River Seminary,
Mt. Morris, 111. Ph.B. Hinman. Managing editor of Tripod; Hinman and
Hurd prizes. Principal of public school at Oregon, 111., for two years. City
attorney at Oregon, 111., 1875-77; director of Oregon Public Library.

Died 21 March 1877, at Oregon, 111.



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121. DRAPER ALONZO LINDSEY.

Born 1 June 1848, at Fairfax, Ind. Entered from Baker University, Bald-
win, Kan. A.B. 1876, A.M. Phi Gamma Delta. Enlisted in Co. A, 5th
Kansas Infantry, in the fall of 1864, and served through one campaign while
under age. Principal of public schools at Plainview, Minn., 1873-80; same at
Fargo, N. D., 1880-82; in law office at Fargo, 1883-87; practicing law at Fargo
since 1887. City attorney of Fargo, 1891 and 1892.

Married Carrie Mary Stone, Plainview, Minn., 25 June 1877.

Children RALPH ALONZO, born 21 Sept. 1880.
MARION MAUDE, born 14 Dec.1882.
GLADYS, born 17 July 1887.

Residence, Minneapolis, Minn.?



122. WILLIAM JACOB MINIUM.
FATHER OF No. 1107.

Born 10 Jan. 1845, in Kane Co., 111. Prepared at Northwestern University
Academy. A.B. Hinman. 1887, A.M. 1875, B.D., Garrett Biblical Insti-
tute. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Member of Central Illinois Confer-
ence ; preaching in Illinois since graduation.

Married Emily Elizabeth Wheadon (No. 181), at Evanston, 111., 29 July
1874.

Children WILLIS FRANK, born 19 Jan. 1877. (No. 1107.)
RUTH B., born 1885.

Residence, Kankakee, 111.

123. ADOLPHUS HENRY NEEDHAM.

Born 25 Oct. 1844, on the Island of Guernsey, in the British Channel, Port
of St. Peter. Prepared at Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Hin-
man. Phi Kappa Psi. Burns forensic prize; Hinman prize. 1876, A.M. 1875,
B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. In
Rock River Conference, 1875-85; since then in California Conference. At

Oakland, Cal., 1899, and Salinas, CaL, 1900 . Author of pamphlet, "Why

I Am a Methodist."

Married Mary C. Croissant, 23 June 1870, at Chicago, 111.
Children ELTON ADOLPHUS, born 23 March 1871 ; died 3 Nov. 1891.
SIDNEY DEMPSTER, born 6 Aug. 1873.
PAUL ARNOLD, born 23 Aug. 1875.
WILLIAM GLOSS, born 8 Dec. 1876.
CLIVE NINDE, born 16 Oct. 1882.
FRANK EDWIN, born 8 Dec. 1889.
Residence, Salinas, Cal.

124. EDWARD LAMAY PARKS.

Born 26 Jan. 1851, at Dundee, N. Y. Prepared at Rochelle High School,
Jennings Seminary, and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1876,



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A.M. Adelphic. Phi Kappa Psi; Phi Beta Kappa. Managing editor of Tri-
pod. 1878, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. 1887, D.D. Instructor in North-
western University, 1873-79. Member of Rock River Conference. Pastor at
Grand Crossing, 111., 1879-80. President of Simpson College, Indianola, Iowa,
1880-86. Since then Professor of Systematic Theology, Gammon Theological
Seminary, Atlanta, Ga. Author of pamphlets, "Outlines of Doctrines of
Christian Experience," 1894, and "Outline of Study of Job." Member of
the Philosophical Society, Evanston, 111., 1874-79; of the Gammon-Clark
Literary and Scientific Society, South Atlanta, Ga., since 1896.

Married Isabella B. Webb (No. 296), 30 July 1879, at Kelley's Island,
Ohio.

Children JULIA HOLLISTER, born 17 March 1883.

SARA RUSH, born 28 Jan. 1885.

GEORGE EDWARD, born 17 Dec. 1886.

EMMA WEBB, born 20 Oct. 1888.

CHARLES WEBB, born 24 Aug. 1890.

FRANCES WILLARD, born 11 Dec. 1895; died 27 May 1897.

ISABELLA RUSH, born 18 Dec. 1897.
Residence, South Atlanta, Ga.

125. LEE JANES PITNER,

Born 28 Nov. 1849, at Alton, 111. Prepared at Northwestern University
Academy. A.B. Phi Gamma Delta. 'Real estate and financial enterprises;
president of the Seattle (Wash.) Trust Co.

Married Isabelle Abell of Evanston, who died 1 Dec. 1879.

Children INA, born 1878.
PAUL, born 1879.

Residence. 1106 Davis St., Evanston, 111.



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CLASS OF 1874.



126. *FRANK McCARTNEY BEATTY.



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Born 29 Feb. 1852, at Belvidere, 111. Prepared in Rockford (111.) High
School and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Hinman. Phi Kappa
Sigma. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Associate pastor at Joliet, 111.,
1874-75.

Died 27 May 1875, at Evanston, 111.



127. HENRY SHERMAN BOUTELL.



Born 14 March 1856, at Boston, Mass. Prepared at Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. A.B. 1879, A.M. (ad eundern). Adelphic. Beta Theta
Pi; Phi Beta Kappa. Kedzie and Mandeville prizes. 1876, A.B., Harvard
University. 1877, A.M., ibid. President of Illinois Alpha of Phi Beta
Kappa, 1901-2. Studied law in Chicago, 1877-79. Lawyer. Member
Illinois Legislature, 1885. U. S. Representative from Chicago since 1897.



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96 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1874

Trustee of Northwestern University since 1901. Contributor to various
periodicals, notably Harper's Weekly, North American Review, and Forum.
Married Euphemia L. C. Gates, 29 Dec. 1880, at Providence, R. I.
Children ROGER SHERMAN GATES, born 1881.
HUGH GATES, born 9 March 1890!
ALICE GATES, born 3 Sept. 1891.

Address, Washington, D. C., House of Representatives. Home address,
Virginia Hotel, Chicago, 111.

128. *ALEXANDER DEAN BRAINARD.

Entered college from Fontenelle, NebT Student during years 1870-74.
A.B. Deceased.

129. DAVID WELCH CASSEDAY.

Born 12 Feb. 1850, at Petersburg, 111. Prepared at Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. C.E. Civil engineer, Minneapolis, Minn.
Married Clara O. Willard, 7 Oct. 1875, at Highland Park, 111.
Child MARION G., born 1876.
Office, 722 Guaranty Building, Minneapolis, Minn.

130. CHESTER TUTTLE DRAKE.

Born 22 Feb. 1851, at Sturgis, Mich. Prepared at Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. C.E. Hinman. Sigma Chi. Iron manufacturer, Chicago.

Married Albertine E. Hudson, 5 Oct. 1876, at Coldwater, Mich. ; she died
19 April 1898.

Children HARRIET AMELIA, born 11 Aug. 1878.
FLORENCE HULDIA, born 19 Sept. 1885.

Residence, 6340 Harvard Ave., Chicago, 111. Office, 300 W. Jackson St.

131. WILLIAM CARVOSSO ESTES.

Born 2 Feb. 1850, at Milwaukee, Wis. Prepared at Albion Academy.
C.E. Phi Kappa Sigma. Surveyor and teacher, Milwaukee, Wis., until
spring of 1880. Farmer, Darlington, Wis., 1880-82. Merchant, Neligh, Neb.,
1882-89; banker, same place, 1889-94; merchant, Sioux City, Iowa, since 1895.

Married Henrietta Jane Pilling, 26 Dec. 1877, at Willow Springs, Wis.

Child ELSIE VIOLA, born 9 Oct. 1879.

Residence, Sioux City, Iowa.

132. *OSCAR LYMAN GIBBS.

Born 14 June 1853. Student from Evanston, 111., 1870-74. C.E.
Died 21 Sept. 1893, at Phoenix, Arizona.

133. JOSEPH MATTHEW HAWKS.

Born 21 Jan. 1852, at Mt. Vernon, Me. Prepared at Bath, Me., and in
Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Beta Theta Pi. Class prophet.
LL.B., Boston University. In newspaper business.

Residence, St. Paul, Minn.




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134. RICHARD GEAR HOBBS.

Born 24 Feb. 1854, at Joliet, 111. Student from Northwestern University
Preparatory School. A.B. 1877, A.M. 1878, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute.
Ph.D. Adelphic. BetaTheta Pi; Phi Beta Kappa. Clergyman, Methodist
Episcopal. Member of Illinois Conference. Trustee of Illinois Female
College, and of Chaddock College. Pastor of Centenary Church, Jackson-
ville, 111., 1897. Contributor to religious press.

Married Ella Kimber, 22 June 1886, at Springfield, 111.

Child Marjorie, born 1891.

Residence, Springfield, 111.

135. DE FOREST MILLS HYDE.

Born 15 Dec. 1849, at Rosendale, Wis. Entered from Lawrence Univer-
sity. C.E. Phi Kappa Sigma. Teacher of Mathematics in Lawrence Univer-
sity, 1874-78; since in real estate and lumber business, Appleton, Wis.

Married Inez B. Angell, 3 Jan. 1879, at Chicago, 111.

Child Gladys, born 18 April 1888.

Residence, 543 John St., Appleton, Wis.



136. MATTHIAS SAILOR KAUFMAN.

Born 7 Nov. 1845, at Decatur, 111. Prepared at Union School, Ann Arbor,
Mich. A.B. Hinman. Gage prize; divided Blanchard prize. 1877, A.M.
1876, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Managing editor of Tripod, 1873. Phi
Beta Kappa. Ph.D., Boston University, 1895. Enlisted 11 Aug. 1862, in
Co. F, 115th Regiment, Illinois Vol. Inf. In the battle of Chickamauga, 20
Sept. 1863, and at Nashville, Tenn., 15 Jan. 1864. Mustered out as First
Corporal, 24 June 1865. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastorates at
Havana, 111., Owatonna, Minn., Grand Forks, and Fargo, North Dakota.
Joined New England Southern Conference. Pastorates at Fall River, New
Bedford, and East Bridgewater, Mass., Providence, R. I., and Brockton,
Mass. Has traveled through Europe, Egypt, Palestine, Syria, and other
lands. Delegate to Methodist Ecumenical Conference in London, 1901, and
to Ep worth League International Convention in San Francisco, July 1901.
Editor of Epworth League Department of Zion's Herald. Author of series
of articles on Holy Land for Methodist Magazine; contributor to Methodist
Review.

Married Adolphine Lou Schlieman, 26 July 1876, at Princeton, 111.

Child Joseph Paul, born 29 July 1886.

Residence, 131 Rock St., Fall River, Mass.

137. WILLIAM M. KNOX.

Born 30 Dec. 1850, at Marcellus, N. Y. Prepared in Kenosha, Beloit, and



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