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Appleton, Wis. A.B. 1877, A.M. Hinman. Sigma Chi. Kurd and Lunt
prizes. Principal of school at Park Ridge, 111., 1875-76 j at Harvard, 111., 1877 ;
of Evanston Village High School, 1878; at Ravenswood, 111., 1879-80.






98 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1874

Journalist with Chicago H era Id and Morning News, 1881-88; with London edi-
tion of New York Herald, 1889; editor in Department of Publicity and Promo-
tion, World's Columbian Exposition; originator, secretary and treasurer of
the International Dress and Costume Co., Midway Plaisance. Promoter and
publisher, Chicago, since 1890. President of Press Club, Chicago, 1898 and
1899. Editor of American Resorts, monthly, 1896, and of the " Who-When-
What Book," 1900.

Residence, Press Club, 106 Madison St., Chicago, 111.

138. CHARLESJ.EACH.

Born 4 Sept. 1845, at Clark, Ont. Prepared at Rock River Seminary,
Cornell College, and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. 1875, B.D.,
Garrett Biblical Institute. Ph.D. (hon.) Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal;
Des Moines Conference, 1876-82; since then in Southern California Confer-
ence ; pastorates at Santa Ana, Lompoc, Compton, Whittier, and Los Angeles.

Married Darle S. Junkin, 3 Jan. 1877, at Red Oak, Iowa.

Children ELLEN MARY, born 27 Dec. 1877.
JOSEPH EDWARD, born 2 Oct. 1881.

Residence, Glendora, Cal.

139. MARTIN OLIPHANT LEWIS.

BROTHER OF No. 478.

Entered college from Chicago, 111. A.B. 1890, A.M. Mann prize, 1872-
73. Lawyer and real estate dealer, Chicago, 111.
Residence, 1456 Oak Ave., Evanston, 111.
Office, 95 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111.

140. ELI McCLISH.

Born 3 Oct. 1846, at Rainsville, Ind. Prepared in Grand Prairie Semi-
nary, Onarga, 111., and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Adelphic.
Phi Beta Kappa. Sophomore debate prize; divided the Blanchard prize;
managing editor of Tripod; Commencement orator. 1877, A.M. 1877, B.D.,
Garrett Biblical Institute. 1887, D.D. (hon.) Enlisted in 1st Illinois Artil-
lery, Nov. 1863. Went through siege of Atlanta, and with " Sherman to the
sea." Mustered out, May 1865. Teacher, LaGrange, 111., 1874-75. Cler-
gyman, Methodist Episcopal; member of Central Illinios Conference, 1877-91 ;

of California Conference, 1891 . Pastor at Eureka, 111., 1878-79; at Meta-

mora, 111., 1879-81; at Canton, 111., 1881-84. Principal of Grand Prairie
Seminary, 1884-91. Pastor of Grace Church, San Francisco, Cal., 1891-95;
at Napa, Cal., 1895-96. President of the University of the Pacific, San Jose,
Cal., since 1896. Member of California Geographical Society, 1891-92.
Trustee of Northwestern University, 1885-86.

Married Louisa Adelaide Clarke, 24 Dec. 1872, at Onarga, 111.

Children CLARKE LORING, born 23 July 1875.
HELEN MAUDE, born 28 Aug. 1877.
RUTH EDNA, born 31 March 1883; died.



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Lois MAE, born 13 Feb. 1885.
PAUL STANTON, born 22 March 1887.
LLOYD GOODSELL, born 5 Jan. 1891.
Residence, San Jose, Cal.



141. WILLIAM LUTHER McGARRY.

In college from Mt. Vernon, 111., 1872-74. Ph.B. Lawyer in Illinois
and Iowa.

Residence, 1348 E. 9th St., Des Moines, Iowa.



142. WILLIAM LESLIE MARTIN.

Born 15 Nov. 1853, in Lee County, 111. Prepared in Rockford High
School. A.B. Adelphic. Phi Kappa Sigma. Superintendent of the Nestor
Mining Co., Colorado, for seven years. Secretary and treasurer of Minne-
apolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie Ry. Co., 1890-92; general freight agent
of the same company, 1892 .

Married Lizzie L. Batchelder, 9 April 1884.

Children MARION E.
HELEN L.

Residence, 223 Ridgewood Ave., Minneapolis, Minn.



143. WILLIAM OMELVENA.

Student from Evanston, 111., 1870-74. A.B. Clergyman.
Residence, unknown.



144. *JOHN WESLEY RICHARDS.

Born 3 August 1846, at Alexander, N. Y. Prepared in Northwestern
University Academy. A.B. 1877, A.M. 1876, B.D., Garrett Biblical Insti-
tute. 1898, D.D., ibid. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Joined the Rock
River Conference in 1878, and was its secretary from 1890-1901. Pastorates at
Chicago, Piano, Rockford, DeKalb, Freeport, and Berwyn. Editor and pub-
lisher of the annual minutes of the Rock River Conference for ten years.

Married Fannie Belle Van Demark, 17 Nov. 1881, at Chicago, 111.

Children GILBERT HAVEN, born 27 June 1884.

PAUL RAYMOND, born 9 Feb. 1889; died 24 Dec. 1897.

Died 30 Oct. 1901, at Berwyn, 111.



145. DANIEL CHARLES RIEHL.

Born 1 May 1847, in St. Louis Co., Mo. Prepared at Methodist Protes-
tant College, Adrian, Mich. A.B. 1877, A.M. Adelphic. Sigma Chi. 1876,
B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Member
of Michigan Conference; pastorates at Sheridan, Ada, Grandville, Palo,
Edmore, St. Louis, Reed City, Quincy, Detroit, Pierson, Stanwood, and



100 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1874

Big Rapids, all in Michigan. Trustee of Northwestern University, 1889-93,
elected by Michigan Conference. For six years chalk-talk evangelist.

Married Mary Ann Davids, 22 Oct. 1879, at Danby, Mich.

Children MARY EVANGELINE, born 11 Dec. 1881.
LENA GERTRUDE, born 19 July 1884.

Residence, Big Rapids. Mich.

146. WILLIAM BRAIDS ROBINSON.

Born 10 Sept. 1848, at Buffalo, N. Y. Prepared at Central High School,
Buffalo, and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Adelphic. 1877,
A.M. 1875, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Clergyman, Methodist Epis-
copal. Pastorates at Pewaukee, Waterford, Palmyra, Hartford, Fox Lake,
Delavan, Omro, Columbus, Milton, and Brandon, all in Wisconsin ; transferred
to Genesee Conference, 1890, and held pastorates at Port Allegany, Pa.,
and Royalton, Clarendon, Dele van, and Clarence, N. Y.
: Married Ella Leota French, 12 Oct. 1875, at Grand Crossing, 111.
Children PEARL ELOISE, born 15 July 1876; died 2 April 1877.
FREDERICK ALBERT, born 10 March 1878.
LEOTA BELLE, born 4 Nov. 1880.
ROY SPRINGER, born 12 May 1885.
Residence, Clarence, N. Y.

147. SARAH REBECCA ROLAND (CHILDS).

Born 7 Jan. 1851, at Cedarville, 111. Prepared in Freeport (111.) High
School. Ph.B. First woman to graduate from Northwestern University.
Married John Aiken Childs, 12 Sept. 1878, at Naperville, 111.
Children FLORENCE LEAH, born 22 Oct. 1881.

MILDRED M., born 11 Oct. 1882.

JOHN ROLAND, born 22 Aug. 1886.
Residence, 526 Davis St., Evanston, 111.

148. ANDREW JACKSON SCOTT.

Born 12 April 1848, in Virgil Township, Kane Co., 111. Prepared at Clark
Seminary, Aurora, and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1877, A.M.
Adelphic. Class day orator. Managing editor of Tripod, Oct. 1873-March
1874. Pastor of Methodist church in Aurora, III, 1878-79; First Congre-
gational church, Evanston, 111., 1879-86. Wholesale lumber merchant in
East Tennessee, 1886-93. Alderman of Lowden, Tenn., 1890. Pastor of
Congregational church in California, 1898-1900. Has been captain of Ten-
nessee River steamboat, and held U. S. Government pilot's license. Manager
of the Chiapas (Mex.) Rubber Co., Chicago, since 1900. Author of pamphlet
on rubber culture in Mexico.

Married Julia Belle Earley, 23 Aug. 1873, at Desplaines, 111.

Children CLARENCE EARL, born 20 June 1874; died 5 June 1879.
DONALD, born 26 Nov. 1879.
LUCILE, born 4 Aug. 1886.

Residence, 125 La Salle St., Chicago, 111.






1874] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 101

149. JOHN WILLIAM SCOTT.
BROTHER OF No. 209.

Born 15 Jan. 1855, at Wellsburg, Pa. Prepared at Northwestern Univer-
sity Academy. A.B. 1877, A.M. M.D., Chicago Medical College. Physi-
cian, Springfield, 111. Secretary of the Illinois State Board of Health, 1893-97.
Married Jennie E. Dixon, 11 May 1880, at Wakeeney, Kan.
Children THERESA D., born 17 June 1881.
ROBERT R., born 1883.
LEONARD, born 1885.
JOHN W., born 1887.
Residence, 1120 S. Fourth St., Springfield, 111.

150. *GILBERT MAURICE SIMMONS.

Born at Kenosha, Wis. Prepared at Northwestern University Academy.
B.S. Phi Kappa Sigma. Banker in Kenosha, Wis., until his death.
Married Juliet R. Clarkson, 31 March 1876, at Evanston, 111.
Children ELIZABETH, born in 1882.
CLARKSON, born in 1883.
Died 15 Jan. 1890, at Kenosha, Wis.

151. GEORGE HENRY SMITH.

Born 16 April 1849, at Waplode, near Moulton Chapel, Lincolnshire, Eng-
land. Prepared at Detroit High School. A.B. 1877, A.M. Hinman. Gradu-
ated from Union Theological Seminary, 1876. Clergyman, Methodist Epis-
copal. Member of New York Conference since 1876. Pastorates at New
York City, Irvington, Napaneck, Hancock, Deposit, Newburgh, Sing Sing,
Golden's Bridge, Sheffield, Saugerties, and Highland, N. Y. Made the tour
of the world in 1880. Contributor to New York Independent, Springfield
Republican, New York Advocate, and others.

Married Belle McElhone, 4 Jan. 1882. at Ellenville, N. Y.
Children HALSEY KIMBERLY, born 24 Sept. 1882; died 24 April 1884.
FORD GUSHING, born 2 Oct. 1883.
COURTLAND NiNDE, born 22 Nov. 1885.
ROGER MCELHONE, born 29 Aug. 1888.
KENNETH MAXWELL, born 14 July 1892.
OLIN ROBINSON, born 9 Aug. 1893.
Residence, Highland, N. Y.



152. JAMES TREWARTHA.



Born 28 Jan. 1845, in Cornwall, England. Prepared in Northwestern
University Academy. A.B. 1876, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Cler-
gyman, Methodist Episcopal. Preached in the states of Wisconsin, Kansas,
and Iowa; missionary to Dakota. Member of Dakota Conference. Located,
1893.

Married Allie A. Bennett, 9 April 1881, at Avoca, Wis.



Marr



102 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1874

Children WILLIAM JAMES, born 22 Aug. 1883.

MARION AURELIAS, born 22 Aug. 1889.

ORIEN PAUL, born 19 Oct. 1893.

BERNICE L., born 7 Oct. 1896; died 28 March 1902.
Residence, Bradley, South Dakota.



153. OSCAR WELLINGTON WILLITS

Born 30 June 1854, at Detroit, Mich. Prepared in Detroit High School.
A.B. 1877, A.M. 1876, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Adelphic. Cler-
gyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastor in Detroit Conference, 1876-80. Mis-
sionary to Peking, Tientsin, and Tsunhua, China, 1880-84 and 1886-90.
Since 1890 pastor in Detroit Conference, with two years' lectureship in Ohio
Wesleyan University. Member of Peking Oriental Society, 1890. Con-
tributor to periodical press.

Married Caroline Tryphena Mason, 10 Oct. 1876, at Chesaning, Mich.

Children CLARA MILDRED, born 13 Nov. 1878. ('01 University of Michi-
gan.)
ESTELLA HOWARD, born 18 Sept. 1883.

Residence, 524 Baker St., Detroit, Mich.



164. MELVILLE COX WIRE.

Born 11 June 1846, at Union, N. Y. Prepared at Northwestern Univer-
sity Academy. A.B. 1878, A.M. Adelphic. 1876, B.D., Garrett Biblical
Institute. 1894, D.D., from Willamette University. Clergyman, Metho-
dist Episcopal; Rock River Conference, at Austin, Franklin, Byron, Evans-
ton, Fielding, 111. Transferred to Oregon Conference. Pastor at Salem,
Eugene, Portland, and Albany, Ore.

Married Mary E. Bradshaw (ex-'77), 25 Oct. 1876, at Freeport, 111.

Children MELVILLE THOMAS, born 25 Sept. 1877.
FRANCIS BENJAMIN, born 4 Sept. 1879.
WESLEY M., born 24 July 1883.

Residence, Albany, Ore.



155. JACOB THOMAS ZIEGLER.

Born 31 Dec. 1852, at Delta, Pa. Prepared in West Nottingham Academy,
Maryland. Attended Dickinson College, Pennsylvania. A.B. 1877, A.M.
B.D., Drew Theological Seminary. Graduate work in Boston University.
Beta Theta Pi. Pastor of M. E. Church in Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1879-81; with
P. W. Ziegler & Co., publishers, Philadelphia, 1881-83; edited People's Maga-
zine, 1883-85; engaged in fruit growing at Neptune, Fla., 1894 ; postmaster

at Neptune, Fla.; trustee of St. Luke's M. E. Church, Bryn Mawr, Pa., for
several years; president of Jupiter Cemetery Association, Neptune, Fla.

Married Ida A. Bower, 9 Oct. 1895 ; at Delta, Pa.

Child JOHN, born 19 Aug. 1896.

Residence, Neptune, Dade Co., Fla.




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: CLASS OF 1875.
lass deposited in the University Museum a collection of pottery and
bones taken from a mound at Benton, 111.
156. GEORGE AUGUSTUS BABBITT,
tered college from Chicago, 111. In college, 1871-75. A.B. With
y o American.

Address, care of Chicago American, 610 W. Monroe St., Chicago, 111.

157. *JOSEPH HENRY BATES.
FATHER OF No. 1140.

Born 4 Jan. 1851, at Neponset, 111. Prepared at Neponset High School
and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1878, A.M. Phi Kappa
Sigma. 1881, M.D., Chicago Medical College. Taught school, 1875-79; pro-
fessional studies, 1879-81; practicing physician at Altona, 111., 1881-84; at
Neponset, 111., until his death.

Married Mary E. Wood, 23 Dec. 1876, at Evanston, 111.

Children ALICE M., born 18 April 1882; died 1 May 1882.
ETHEL M., born 7 Dec. 1877. (No. 1140).

Died 1 Jan. 1894, at Neponset, 111.

158. *CHARLES HANEY BURKE.
BROTHER OF Nos. 46 AND 91.

Student from Byron, 111., 1871-75. A.B. 1880, A.M. Mann prize. One
year professor in a North Carolina seminary; four years Professor of Greek
Language and Literature in Simpson Centenary College.

Died 1 March 1882, at San Antonio, Texas.

159. LUCIUS CHARLES COLMAN.

Born 27 March 1853, at Fond du Lac, Wis. Prepared at Northwestern
University Academy. A.B. Hinman. Phi Kappa Sigma. Lumber mer-
chant, LaCrosse, Wis.

Married Genevra W. Reed, 15 May 1883, at LaCrosse, Wis.

Child HELEN, born in 1884 ; died.

Residence, LaCrosse, Wis.

160. *JOHN JACOB CRIST.

Born 1846, at Lawrenceburg, Ind. Entered from Hamline University,
Red Wing, Minn. A.B. Hinman. Beta Theta Pi. Blanchard and Hin-
man prizes, 1875. 1877, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Served with Co. A,
1st Minnesota Regiment, from 8 March 1865 to 14 July 1865; Chaplain in the
different posts. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Preached in Minnesota
Conference until his death, holding charges at Plainview, Dover, Preston,
Olive Branch, Spring Valley, Monticello and Faribault.

Married Eva M. VanNorman, 14 March 1878, at Hamilton, Out.



104 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1875

Children NINA VANNORMAN, born 17 June 1879.

HAMLINE EVERETT, born 16 Aug. 1880.

CARL, born 29 Nov. 1885.

HARRY PHILIP, born 7 June 1887.
Died 8 March 1894, at Faribault, Minn.

161. *JOHN W. DICKSON.

Student from Chicago, 111., 1871-75. A.B. In coffee and spice business
at Mazatlan, Mexico, in 1880. In 1891 at Vera Cruz, Mexico.

Deceased.



162. CHARLES ARTHUR GASKELL.

Born 5 Dec. 1849, at Cazenovia, N. Y. Prepared at New Berlin Academy,
N. Y. A.B. 1878, A.M. Hinman prize. Editor and publisher of the U. S.
Gazette; manufacturer and publisher of subscription books. Author of
"Memories," "Antiquarian Research," and editor of the book, "Thrifty People
and Why They Thrive."

Married A. Augusta Kuhlen, 5 Nov. 1893, at Chicago, 111.

Child GRACE THEODORA, born 28 Feb. 1894.

Residence, unknown.

163. ALBERT DANA GILLESPIE.

Born 11 April 1853, at Dubuque, Iowa. Prepared at Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. B.S. C.E. After teaching one year took a graduate
course of two terms in architecture in Cornell University. With the U. S.
Engineer Corps on the Lake Survey, 1874, and again in the improvement of
the Mississippi River, 1879-81. Architect in New York City in 1886, and in
Chicago, 1887

Residence, unknown.

164. CORTEZ JOHNSON GOODENOW.

Born 4 March 1857, at Manitowoc, Wis. Prepared at Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. B.S. Beta Theta Pi. Merchant in Granite Falls, Minn.
Dry goods business in Los Angeles.

Married Anna E. Wheelock, 14 Feb. 1 881, at Troy, N. Y.

Children SYLVESTER, born in 1884.
HAROLD W., born in 1886.

Residence, Los Angeles, Cal.

165. JOHN HENRY HAMLINE.

Born 23 March 1856, at Rotterdam, N. Y. Prepared at Northwestern
University Academy. A.B. Hinman. Sigma Chi. Managing editor of
Tripod. Graduated from Columbia College Law School in 1877. President
of Illinois State Bar Association, 1896. Hamline,[ Scott & Lord, lawyers,
500 The Temple, Chicago.

Married Josephine Meade, 19 May 1880, at Evanston, 111.

Residence, 1621 Prairie Ave., Chicago, 111.






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166. FRANK MITCHELL HARRIS.

Student from Mendota, 111., 1871-75. C.E. Sigma Chi. Teacher in Kan-
sas Normal School, Emporia, Kan., 1876-78; at Ashley, 111., 1878. Later
First Assistant to L. E. Cooley on Government works at St. Charles, Mo.
Treasurer of the Kaw Valley Paint and Oil Co., Kansas City, Mo. Later re-
sided in New York City.

Married Lucy Feeble of Richmond, Va., 29 Nov. 1877.

Address, unknown.

167. JAMES LEWIS HARRISON.

Born 8 May 1846, at Newcastle, Ky. Prepared at Westminster College,
Fulton, Mo. A.B. 1884, A.M. Attended Boston Theological School, 1875-
77. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, until 1884. Preached in the New
Hampshire Conference, at Milford, Peterboro, Lempster and Goffstown,
1877-85. Real estate dealer in Worcester, Mass., 1885 .

Married Lucie Ferson Wallace, 30 July 1878, at Nashua, N. H.

Residence, 1 Oberlin St., Worcester, Mass.

168. FRANCIS ALBERT HILLS.

Student from Light House, 111. A.B. Kurd prize; second prize for essay
at Intercollegiate Literary Contest in New York. 1876. Farmer.
Married Winnifred Heller, 30 Dec. 1897.
Address, Oregon, 111. (R. F. D.).

169. ROBERT BENJAMIN HOSTETLER.

Student from Decatur, 111. B.S. Phi Kappa Sigma. Associate editor of
Decatur Journal, Decatur, 111., 1881. Druggist, Sedalia, Mo., 1882.
Address, Temple Court, Minneapolis, Minn. (1899.)

170. AMY CORNELIA KELLOGG (MORSE).

Born 18 March 1853, at Lake Mills, Wis. Prepared at Ft. Atkinson (Wis.)
High School. Ph.B.. On Commencement program. Teacher in high schools
in Janesville, LaCrosse and Sparta, 1876-83. After 1883 in the lecture field
for the W. C. T. U. President of the Wisconsin State W. C. T. U., 1884-92.
Contributor to temperance periodicals.

Married Edgar L. Morse, 22 Nov. 1887.

Children LEVERETT KELLOGG, born 26 Jan. 1889; died 1 March 1889.
MIRIAM KELLOGG, born 16 April 1891.
HELEN IDE, born 10 April 1892.

Residence, West Williamsfield, Ohio.

171. CHARLES EDWARD LAMBERT.

Born 30 Sept. 1842, at Connemara, Ireland. Came to United States at 18
years of age. Served three years in 12th Kan. Vol. in the War of the
Rebellion. Entered college from Baker University, Baldwin, Kan. A.B.



106 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1875

1878, A.M. 1880, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Pastor at Lafayette,
Ind., 1876. Professor University of Indiana, 1877-79. President of Willa-
mette University, Oregon, 1880. Professor of English Literature at Oregon
State University, 1881-84. Prin. of school, Oakland, Cal., 1885-89. Pastor
of Congregational church, Yaquima City, Oregon, in 1890-96, at Tacoma,
Wash., 1896-99. Prin. Academy, Snohomish, Wash., 1899-1901. Pastor,
Bothell, Wash., 1902. Prin. Boys' Home School, Seattle, Wash., 1903.
Married Nellie Lathrop of Evanston, 111., 25 Oct. 1876.
Children EDITH PEYTON, born 25 Sept. 1877.

CLARA CONSTANCE, born 6 Nov. 1880.

CECIL LATHROP, born 20 Aug? 1883.

ELINOR ELINOR, born 8 Jan. 1886.

FRANCIS MCNAMARA, born 3 July 1888.

D'ARCY RICHARD, born 8 June 1891.

CHARLES DESMOND, born 12 April, 1896.
Residence, 540, 22d Ave., South, Seattle, Wash.

172. ROBERT DAVID LEWIS.

Student from Chicago, 111., 1871-75. A.B. 1890, A.M. Elected to Phi
Beta Kappa, 1892. Reading law with McCagg, Culver & Butler, Chicago,
1878. Lawyer.

Residence, unknown.

173. *HENRY KANAGA METCALF.

Born 5 June 1852, at Kenosha, Wis. Attended Lawrence and Nebraska
State Universities. Ph.B. 1890, Ph.M. Hinman. Clergyman, Methodist
Episcopal ; member and for ten years Secretary of Central Illinois Conference ;
pastor at Lawn Ridge, Victoria, Whitefield, Bardolph, Cleveland, New Boston,
Hamilton, Dwight, Elmwood, Bushnell, Geneseo, Lexington, and Sheldon, 111.
Married, (1) Ella L. Robinson of Geneseo, 111., 17 Oct. 1878; she died 24
Dec. 1892. (2) Olive B. Ray of Oregon, 111., 27 June 1894.
Children MINNIE MYRLE, born 25 Feb. 1880.

FLORENCE OSSOLI, born 22 July 1883.
FRANK ALBERT, born 22 July 1883.
ZELLA V., born 21 Jan. 1886.
RAY WILL, born 26 Nov. 1895.
Died 12 Sept. 1900, at Sheldon, 111.

174. JOHN THOMPSON RAY.

Born 21 Sept. 1851, at Oregon, 111. Prepared at Oregon High School and
Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Extensive study in pedagogy.
Principal of Byron, 111., schools, 1875-77. Superintendent of schools for Ogle
County, 111., 1877-84. Superintendent of Highland Park schools and Princi-
pal of Deerfield Township High School, 1884-88. Principal of school in Spring-
field, 111., 1888-92. Principal of the John Crerar School, Chicago, 1892 .

Director of Illinois Pupils' Reading Circle, 1895. Author of pamphlets on Pupil
Co-Operation in Government and the Democratic Government of Schools.




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Married Emily S. Light, at Oregon, 111., in 1880.
Children BESSIE, born in 1882.

HUGH L., born in 1884.

CHARLES L., born in 1886.

STELLA, born in 1891.

ETHEL JEAN, born in 1894.
Residence, 1280 West Adams St., Chicago.

175. ALBERT RICHARD ROBINSON.

Born 20 Feb. 1847, in Deercreek Township, Pickaway Co., Ohio. Pre-
pared at Baker University, Kan., and Northwestern University Academy.
A.B. 1881, A.M. Hinman. Phi Gamma Delta; "Spade and Serpent"; Phi
Beta Kappa. Marcy botanical prize. Teacher at Maywood, 111., 1875-77; at

Hinsdale, 1877-81 ; in Chicago, 1881 . Principal of the Chicago English

High and Manual Training School.

Married Jennie Pearsall, 27 June 1878.

Children MABEL STELLA, born 25 July 1879.

HELEN EVA, born 25 Sept. 1886; died 3 Feb. 1889.
KATHRYN, born 5 June 1892.

Residence, Hinsdale, 111.

176. JAMES FRANK STOUT.

Born 25 Feb. 1850, at Potter Center, N. Y. Prepared at Northwestern
University Academy. A.B. 1878, A.M. 1896, D.D. Also D.D. from Ham-
line University. Beta Theta Pi. Second prize in Interstate Oratorical con-
test. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastorates at Pittsfield, Springfield,
Quincy, Bloomington, Danville, 111. Joined Minnesota Conference; at St.
Paul, Minneapolis, Mankato, Red Wing and Winona.

Married Mary Bushnell Lewellen, in 1875, at Evanston, 111.

Children MARY B., born in 1878.

WILLIAM B., born in 1880.
FRANCES B., born in 1885.

Residence, 316 E. Broadway, Winona, Minn.



177. CHARLES WESLEY TURNER.

Born 8 July 1849, in Chicago. Prepared in Chicago High School and Pre-
paratory Department of Chicago University. Student at Chicago University,
1871-72. A.B. Librarian of Chicago Y. M. C. A., January to October 1876;
General Secretary of Y. M. C. A. at Aurora, 111., 1876-77; same at Milwaukee,
Wis., 1877-82. Retired on account of failure of health. Entered the minis-
try of Methodist Episcopal Church in 1888; pastor at Stockbridge, Wis., 1888-
90 ; at Elo,Wis., 1890-91 ; at Waukan, Wis., 1891-94 ; at Amherst, Wis., 1894-96 ;
retired on account of failure of health, 1896-98; pastor at New London, Wis.,
1898-1900 ; at West Allis, Wis., 1900 . Member of Wisconsin Conference.

Married Florence Nightengale Wakeman, 19 March 1879, at Oshkosh, Wis.



108 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1875

Children JOHN WAKEMAN, born 21 June 1880.

FRED NIXON, born 21 Jan. 1883.

ANNABEL, born 13 Oct. 1885.

GLENN PATTERSON, born 4 May 1889.

FORREST HAVEN, born 21 April 1891.

FLORENCE NIGHTENGALE, born 19 July 1893.

CHARLES WESLEY, JR., born 20 Jan. 1897.

MARY ELIZABETH, born 23 Jan. 1900; died 6 Feb. 1900.
Residence, West Allis, Wis.

178. HERMAN HENRY UNLAND.

Born 12 May 1848, at Bluff Springs, 111. Prepared at Wesleyan College,
Warrenton, Mo. A.B. Phi Kappa Sigma. Principal of Pekin (111.) High
School one year; merchant at Beardstown, 1877-82; real estate at Wellington
and Cimarron, Kan., 1883-89; merchandise commission broker, Kansas City,
1889-91 ; with the grain firm of Smith, Hippen & Co., Peoria, 111., 1891 .

Married Emma J. Smith of Will Co., 111., 15 June 1876.

Children CORA C., born in 1877.
LLOYD B., born in 1879.
BLOSS C., born in 1882.

Residence, unknown.

179. *THOMAS VAN SCOY.

Born 13 Feb. 1848, in White Co., Ind. Prepared at Battle Ground and
Brookston, Ind., Academies. A.B. Hinman. Phi Beta Kappa. 1878, A.M.
1880, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. D.D., University of Pacific. Served
as private in Co. I, the 154th Regiment of the Indiana Volunteers, from 18
March 1865 to 4 Aug. 1865. Professor of Greek at Willamette University;
its President, 1880-91. Dean of Portland University, Oregon, 1891-98. Presi-
dent of Montana Wesleyan University until his death in 1901. Member of
Oregon Conference. Twelve years a member of the Oregon State Board of
Examiners.

Married, (1) - , in 1874, at Flora, Ind. (2) Jessie Eastham, 17

Aug. 1885, at Salem, Ore.

Children LENA MARY, born 14 April 1880.
PAUL WILLIAM, born 4 Aug. 1886.

Died at Helena, Mont., 11 Feb. 1901.

180. FRANCIS MARION WARRINGTON.

BROTHER OF Nos. 324 AND 325.

Born 2 July 1850, at Alexandria, Ky. Prepared at Quincy (now Chad-
dock) College, and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Beta Theta
Pi. Gage prize. 1878, A.M. 1886, B.D., Boston University Theological



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