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School. Graduate work in philosophy and voice culture. Clergyman, Meth-
odist Episcopal, 1875-83; since 1893 pastor at Ensenada, Lower California,
Beaumont, and Simi, Cal. Member of Southern California Conference.
Residence, Simi, Cal.



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181. EMILY WHEADON (MINIUM).
MOTHER OF No. 1107.



Born 13 April 1854, at Brickton (Park Ridge), 111. Prepared at North-
western University Academy. Ph.B. Kedzie prize. 1890, Ph.M.
Married William J. Minium (No. 122), 29 July 1874, at Evanston, 111.
Residence, Kankakee, 111.

182. EMILY FRANCES WHEELER.

Born at Guilford, 111. Prepared in Rockford High School. B.L. 1880,
A.M. (hon.) Phi Beta Kappa. Instructor in French at Northwestern Uni-
versity, 1875-77 ; two years of study abroad ; Instructor in History and Modern
Languages in Gannett Institute, Boston, 1880-83; six months of study abroad;
Professor of Modern Languages at Ohio State University, 1884-86; same in
Allegheny College, Pa., 1886-87. Graduate Scholar in Romance and Teutonic
Philology at Bryn Mawr, 1887-88. Abroad 1890, 1897, 1900. Acting
Professor of Romance Languages in Northwestern University, 1891-93, and
Professor, 1893-97. Instructor in French and Spanish, Lewis Institute, 1898-
1902.

Residence, 118 Sixth St., Rockford, 111.

183. GEORGE HENRY WHITE.

Born 12 Sept. 1852, at Easton, N. Y. Prepared at Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. Ph.B. Lawyer in Minneapolis arid afterward in Chicago.
Married Cora H. Arndt of Sandusky, O., 17 Feb. 1885.
Children VERNON A., born in 1887.
GLADYS C., born in 1890.
Address, 812 Ashland Block, Chicago, 111.



CLASS OF 1876.
184. NATHAN R. ALLEN.

Born 18 Sept. 1855. Prepared at Kenosha, Wis. C.E. Manufacturer at
Kenosha, Wis.

Residence, Kenosha, Wis.

185. ALANSON STEWART APPLETON.

Born 25 July 1856, at Evanston, 111. Prepared at Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. A.B. Sigma Chi. Proprietor of Appleton's Bureau of
Writers, Chicago. Writer of stories, books, magazine articles and newspaper
editorials.

Address, unknown.

186. WILLIAM SANFORD ARNOLD.

Born 30 Nov. 1842, in Hampshire Co., Va. (now Mineral Co., W. Va.)
Prepared at Battle Ground Collegiate Institute and Northwestern University
Academy. A.B. 1880, A.M. Hinman. Served in Co. K, 116th Indiana



110 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1876

Volunteer Infantry, 15 July 1863 to 2 March 1864, and in Co. G, 151st Indiana
Volunteer Infantry, 23 Jan. 1865 to 19 Sept. 1865. Teacher in Northwestern
University Academy and in business colleges in Evanston and Chicago, 1876-
80; Professor of Natural History and English Literature in Willamette Uni-
versity, Ore., 1880-93; Professor of History and English in Puget Sound
University, 1893-98. Trustee 1st M. E. Church, Salem, Ore. Editor of the
college journal at Willamette University, 1881-85. Contributor to news-
papers and college song books.

Married Alice Lenore Misner, at Evanston, 111., 26 July 1881.
Children FRANCES ALICE, born 10 July 1883.
ELLA AGNES, born 3 April 18&5.
MYRTLE MARGUERITE, born 10 Dec. 1887.
WILLIAM WALLACE, born 2 Feb. 1890.
JOHN ALBERT, born 23 Aug. 1893.
Residence, 902 South 9th St., Tacoma, Wash.

187. JAMES ELLIS BELL,

Born 4 Aug. 1846, at Lewistown, Pa. Prepared at Williamsport and
Kishocoquilas Seminaries. A.B. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Mem-
ber of Central Pennsylvania Conference: Williamsport, Duncannon, Holi-
daysburg, Bedford, Chambersburg and Altoona, Pa. 1900, appointed presid-
ing elder, Altoona district.

Married Juniata Waters, 15 Jan. 1880, at York, Pa.
Children GRACE BOWMAN, born 9 March 1881.
ELSIE MARY, born 21 March 1883.
MARIAN EVELYN, born 23 Nov. 1885.
Lois JORDAN, born 15 May 1889.
Residence, 1121 8th Ave., Altoona, Pa.

188. *SMITH SCOTT BRADFORD.

Born 13 Sept. 1848, at Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Prepared at North-
western University Academy. A.B. 1881, A.M. 1878, B.D., Garrett Bibli-
cal Institute. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Held charges in Upper
Iowa Conference until 1888, when illness compelled him to become super-
numerary.

Died 8 Dec. 1892, at University Park, Colo.

189. * JESSIE BROWN (HILTON).

Born 19 June 1854, in Chicago. First woman to enter Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. A.B. First woman graduate in classical course. 1888,
A.M. As clergyman's wife resided in Illinois, Nebraska and Utah. State
Superintendent of Evangelistic work, Nebraska W. C. T. U., 1891 ; Illinois
State Superintendent of Mothers' Meetings, 1895; National Secretary of same,
1896; lecturer of National W. C. T. U., 1898.

Married Theophilus B. Hilton (No. 195), 28 May 1878, at Evanston, 111.

Died 15 June 1900, at Evanston, 111.




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190. WALTER LEE BROWN.

Born 24 Aug. 1853, at Melrose, Mass. Prepared in public schools of Chicago
and Oak Park, 111., and Pennsylvania Military Academy, Chester, Pa. B.S.
Attended School of Mines, Columbia College, 1875-77. Assistant to Professor
Chas. F. Chandler, Columbia College. Commercial chemist and assayer in
Chicago, 1880-85. Chief chemist C. B. & Q. Ry. Co. laboratory, Aurora, 111.
President B. F. Reynolds & Co., steel plate furnaces, Chicago. Author of
"Manual of Assaying Gold, Silver, Copper and Lead Ores."

Married Ina Belle Brown, 16 Oct. 1884, at Boone, la.

Children LOTHROP B., born 28 March 1886.

Lois VIRGINIA, born 19 April 1891.
DELIGHT, born 24 Jan. 1898.

Residence, 942 Michigan Ave., Evanston, 111. Office, 69 Dearborn St.,
Chicago, 111.

191. LEONARD GURLEY COCHRAN.

Born 4 Sept. 1851, at Clyde, Ohio. Prepared at Rock River Seminary,
Mt. Morris, 111. A.B. 1881, A.M. in course. Garrett Biblical Institute,
1878-80. Taught in Illinois public schools, 1876-78. Professor of Natural
Sciences in Hedding College, 111., 1880-84. Principal of a private seminary at
Rochester, Minn. Member of Central Illinois Conference, 1881-88: charges
at Lafayette, Sparland and Hudson. Upper Iowa Conference, 1888-95:
charge at New Hampton, 1888-89. Professor of Natural Sciences in Upper
Iowa University, 1889-92. Same chair at Willamette University, Oregon,
1892-99. Acting Professor of Chemistry, Medical Department, Willamette
University, 1895-96. Member of Oregon Conference, 1895-99, and of Puget
Sound Conference, 1899-1900. Professor of Biology, Puget Sound University,
Tacoma, Wash., 1899-1900. In business, Tacoma, Wash., 1900-01. Raising
oranges at Upland, Southern California, 1901 .

Married Marian Cecilia Tubbs of Kirkwood, 111., 25 Dec. 1883.

Children HAROLD HAVEN, born 4 Sept. 1886.

CLIFFORD LEONARD, born 27 June 1892.

.Residence, Upland, California.

192. *DRAYTON LAVENTURE CONNELL.

Entered college from Dubuque, la. C.E. Phi Kappa Sigma. Was in
abstract business in Dubuque, la.
Died, 1883.

193. *JOHN CURRER.

Entered college from Chicago. A.B. 1879, A.M. Clergyman; pastor
Presbyterian church at Braidwood, 111., 1878; same, Hebron, 111.. 1880.
Died.

194. CHARLES MARVIN ELLINWOOD.

Born 14 June 1855, at Grand de Tour, 111. Student from Mt. Morris, 111.,
and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Adelphic. Phi Beta Kappa.



112 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1876

1885, Ph.M. Teacher in the University Academy, 1876-80; in Simpson
College, Iowa, 1880-88; at Lincoln, Neb., 1888-98. Chancellor Nebraska
Wesleyan University, 1897-98.

Married (1) Carrie A. Miller, at Rockford, 111., 7 July 1877; she died 25
Dec. 1897. (2) Minnie Clark Jay, 2 April 1899, m Chicago, 111.
Children BERNICE, born 14 July 1878.
ANNABEL, born 24 Nov. 1880.
HERBERT, born 20 Nov. 1882.
MARVIN, born 7 July 1888.
FANNIE, born 16 Feb. 1890.
GRACE, born 11 Aug. 1891. ''
AGNES, born 28 Nov. 1893.
DEWITT, born 20 Nov. 1894.
Residence, Beaumont, Texas.

195. *THEOPHILUS BROWN HILTON, JR.

Born 28 Aug. 1848, at Rockton, 111. Prepared at Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. A.B. Sigma Chi. Gage prize. 1879, A.M. 1878, B.D.,
Garrett Biblical Institute. D.D. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Joined
Rock River Conference, 1878: Ravenswood and other charges. Member
Illinois State Central Executive Committee of Prohibition party. Appointed
in 1880 to take charge of the M. E. Seminary, Salt Lake City, Utah. Editor
of the Utah Review, monthly, of that seminary. Held charges in Chicago,
111., South Omaha, Fremont and York, Neb., and in Quincy, 111.
Married Jessie Brown (No. 189), 28 May 1878, at Evanston, 111.
Children MARGUERITE, born in 1879.

CAROLYNE LOUISE, born 12 March 1881 ; died 25 Nov. 1886.
THEOPHILUS B., born in 1884.
HOMER, born in 1886.
CHARLES O., born in 1887.
Died, 25 March 1894, at Quincy, 111.

196. CHARLES WESLEY HUDSON.

Born at Concord, N. Y., 4 Aug. 1846. Prepared at Aurora Academy,
N. Y. A.B. Trustee of Waukegan Township schools. Dealer in fruit and
ornamental trees, Waukegan, 111.

Married Hattie S. Piper, 24 Aug. 1875, at East Aurora, N. Y.
Children ELMER W., born in 1876. PAUL W., born in 1887.

FARNHAM A., born in 1878. GLADYS, bora 1890, died 1899.

TRUMAN B., born in 1880. HATTIE, died 1900.

CHARLES W., bom in 1883.

ALBERT C., born in 1885.
Residence, Waukegan, 111.

197. FRANCIS MEREDITH JONES.

Entered college from Schuyler, Mo. C.E. Resided in Pueblo, Nev., in

1378.

Residence, unknown.






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198. JOHN KRANTZ, JR.



Born 19 Nov. 1852, at Racine, Wis. Prepared in Racine High School.
Entered from Beloit College. A.B. Managing editor of Tripod. 1880, A.M.
Attended Garrett Biblical Institute. 1897, D.D. Clergyman, Methodist
Episcopal; Newark (N. J.) Conference. Pastor at Jersey City, Boonton and
Somerville, N. J., Mariner's Harbor, Staten Island, N. Y., and Newark and Jer-
sey City, N. J. Manager of The Methodist, 1876-77. One of managers of
Sunday School Union and Newark Conference Educational Board. Presiding
Elder Newark Conference, 1897-1901. General sales agent of Methodist Book
Concern, New T York City, and manager of retail department since 1901.

Married Carrie R. Roberts of Beverly, Mass., 2 July 1877, at Racine, Wis.

Children CLAYTON. EDITH. NEWTON.

JOHN. HAZEL. GERTRUDE.

ALPHEUS.

Residence, 657 E. 26th St., Paterson, N. J.

199. HENRIETTA A. LINN.

Born 19 Nov. 1852, at Berwick, 111. Prepared at. Mt. Morris, 111., and
Rockford Female College. B.L. 1888, M.L. Ossoli Literary Society.
Teacher since graduation. County Superintendent of Public Instruction in
Cheyenne Co., Kan., 1886-88. Teaching in Chicago since 1890.

Residence, 2387 N. 42d Ave., Irving Park Station, Chicago, 111.

200. FRANK W. LORD.

Born 30 Aug. 1848, at Colchester, Conn. Prepared at Jennings Seminary.
A.B. Druggist, Piano, 111.

Married Lida Van Emon, 15 Dec. 1880, at Yorkville, 111.
Children WALTER VAN EMON, born in 1881 ; died.

FRANK M., born in 1887.
Residence, Piano, 111.






201. LAFAYETTE EMMET McGARRY.

Student from Evanston, 111., 1873-76. B.S.
Residence, Gold Field, Colo.



202. SAMUEL CHESNEY McPHERRIN.

Born 26 Nov. 1853, near Galesburg, 111. Prepared at Abingdon, 111. A.B.
Deering prize. 1879, A.M. 1878, LL.B., Union College of Law, Chicago.
Lawyer. Practicing at Clarinda, la., 1878-88 ; since then in Kansas City.
Married Jessie Moore (No. 289), 25 July 1879, at Clarinda, la.

Children HUGH WEBSTER, born 21 July 1880. (In college 1900 ).

HOWARD CHESNEY, born 26 March 1883. (In college 1902 ).

RUTH, born 9 March 1887.
WILLIAM LANE, born 31 Dec. 1890.
HELEN, born 21 Feb. 1893.

Residence, 1919 E. llth St., Kansas City, Mo.; office, 403 Massachusetts
uilding, Kansas City, Mo.





114 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1876

203. ANDREW WILSON McPHERSON.

Student from Rockford, 111. A.B. Beta Theta Pi. Abstract and Loan
business, Perry, Iowa. President of Dallas Comity Abstract Co., 1899.
Residence, Perry, Iowa.

204. WINFIELD SCOTT MATTHEW.

Born 6 May 1848, at Cotton Hill, 111. Prepared at Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. A.B. 1879, A.M. 1889, D.D. Adelphic. Sigma Chi;
Phi Beta Kappa. Divided the Easter prize. Clergyman, Methodist Episco-
pal. Joined Illinois Conference, 1876; Auburn, Taylorville and Springfield.
Minnesota Conference, 1882-87; Red Wing, St. Paul and Stillwater. Dean of
College of Liberal Arts and Vice-President of University of Southern California
1887-94. Editor of the California Christian Advocate, 1894-1900. Delegate
to General Conference in 1892 and 1896. Member of the American Academy
of Political Science, and of the California Geographical Society. Presiding

elder, California Conference, 1900 .

Married Marion Lillian Pomeroy (No. 238), 25 Dec. 1877, at Evanston, 111.
Children MARGARET LILIAN, born in 1879.

ALLAN, born in 1881.

MELVILLE RICHARDS, born in 1883.

SARAH WHEAT, born in 1885.

WINFIELD SCOTT, JR., born in 1886.

HETTIE BELLE, born in 1888.

SAMUEL KURD, born in 1890.

RAYMOND, born in 1892.

MARIAN HILLIARD, born in 1894.

JOHN BRITTON, born in 1896.

THEODORE, born in 1898.

GERTRUDE WILLARD, born 1900.
Residence, 2009 Lincoln St., Berkeley, Cal.



205. *EMMA EUGENIA PARKS (WELLER).

Student from Rochelle, 111. Ph.B. Mann prize. Commencement
speaker. Resided at Euphemia, O., 1878.

Married O. C. Weller ('73, Chicago University), 28 June 1876, at Rochelle,
111.

Died.

206. JENNIE ELIZA PATTISON (KRYDER).
SISTER OF No. 207.

Born 24 Nov. 1853, at West Point, 111. Prepared in Freeport (111.) High
School. Ph.B.

Married Cyrus Franklin Kryder (No. 262), 14 June 1882, at Freeport, III.
Residence, Freeport, 111.






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207. MARY ELIZABETH PATTISON.

SISTER OP No. 206.



Student from Freeport, 111. Ph.B. Teacher in Freeport High School.
Book and picture dealer for five years. Teacher in Cairo, 111., nine years.
Residence, 173 Adams St., Freeport, 111.

208. EARL FROTHINGHAM POTTER.

In college 1872-76. C.E. Phi Kappa Sigma. Civil engineer. President
of the Chicago, Ft. Madison & Des Moines Ry.
Married at Huron, Dak., fall of 1882.
Residence, Fort Madison, Iowa. (1899.)

209. FRANK HAMLINE SCOTT.
BROTHER OF No. 149.

Born 1 Jan. 1857, at Tipton, Iowa. Prepared at Northwestern University
Academy. A.B. 1879, A.M. 1878, LL.B., Union College of Law. Beta
Theta Pi; Phi Beta Kappa. Lawyer in Chicago. Member of the American,
Illinois State, and Chicago Bar Associations, of the Chicago Historical Society,
and Chicago Literary Club.

Married Edith Kribben, 10 Oct. 1882, at St. Louis, Mo.
Children BERTHA, born 9 Jan. 1884; died 9 May 1893.
BERTRAM DELAFIELD, born 15 March 1885.
MARION STURGES, born 23 Oct. 1891.
Residence, 1937 Oakdale Ave., Chicago, 111. Office, 184 La Salle St.

210. FRED MANVILLE TAYLOR.

Born 11 July 1855, at Northville, Mich. Prepared at Houghton and Mt.
Clemens, Mich. A.B. 1879, A.M. Sigma Chi; Phi Beta Kappa. Gage
prize ; Hurd prize ; half of Easter prize ; prize essay and second prize in mental
science in Intercollegiate Contest in New York, 1876-77. Graduate student
at Johns Hopkins University and University of Michigan; Ph.D., University of
Michigan, 1888. Teacher and principal of Winnetka High School, 1876-78.
Professor of History in Albion College, 1879-92. Alderman in Albion in 1892.
Assistant Professor of Political Economy in University of Michigan, 1892-94;
Junior Professor, 1895. Member of the American Statistical Society and the
American Economical Association.

Has published a Doctor's thesis, "The Right of the State To Be," 109 pp.,
and the following magazine articles: "Do We Want an Elastic Currency,"
Political Science Quarterly, 1896; "Objects and Methods of Current Reform,"
Quarterly Journal of Economics, 1898; "Natural Law," Annals of American
Academy, 1891 ; "Report of the Indianapolis Monetary Commission," Journal
of Political Economy, 1898.

Married Mary Sandford Brown, in 1880, at Ann Arbor, Mich.




116 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1876

Children SANDFORD B., born in 1881.

MARGARET C., born in 1883.

EDITH A., born in 1887.

EDWARD C., born in 1887.
Residence, 527 Church St., Ann Arbor, Mich*

211. *SAMUEL EMERY VAN PETTEN.

Entered college from Trivoli, 111. A.B. Made Peoria and Abingdon, 111.,
his places of residence after graduation. Intended to be a minister.

Married E. Carrie Waughop (ex-'76), of La Prairie Center, 111., 30 June
1877.

Died 12 Nov. 1877, at Abingdon, 111.

212. CHARLES PINCKNEY WHEELER.

Born 5 May 1856, at Mt. Carroll, 111. Prepared at Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. A.B. 1879, A.M. Sigma Chi. Managing editor of
Tripod. Student at Columbia School of Law, New York City, 1878 and 1879.
President of Alumni Association, 1892-93. Trustee of Northwestern Uni-
versity since 1900. Merchant, Chicago.

Married Mattie F. Seymour, 10 Nov. 1881, at Norwood Park, 111.

Children CATHERINE, born in 1885.
SEYMOUR, born in 1885.

Residence, 221 Dempster St., Evanston, 111.

213. JOHN ANGELL JAMES WHIPPLE.

Born 22 July 1852, at Howard, 111. Prepared at Northwestern University
Academy. A.B. 1890, A.M. Phi Kappa Sigma. First prize in freshman
and sophomore declamation contests. 1880, LL.B., Union College of Law.
Phi Delta Phi. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Joined Rock River Con-
ference, 1882. Charges at Chicago, Morrison, Mendota, Princeton and Joliet,
III.

Married Minnie Aurelia Newton, 15 Feb. 1882, at Wyanet, 111.
Children VIVA C., born 15 Jan. 1883.
MARY L., born 4 Aug. 1885.
CHARLOTTE E., born 7 March 1887.
HELEN L, born 24 Oct. 1889.
JOHN GRANT, born 24 June 1891.
NEWTON DEAN, born 3 Sept. 1893.
Residence, Joliet, 111.



CLASS OF 1877.

214. MARTIN LUTHER ANDERSEN.

Entered college from Lake View, 111. A.B. 1880, A.M. Teacher of
natural science in Lake View High School in 1882.
Residence, unknown.



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215. HOWARD RAY ANTES.

Born 20 Oct. 1850, at Mifflinburg, Pa. Prepared at Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. A.B. Freshman essay prize and Hinman prize. Clergy-
man, Methodist Episcopal, at Peru, DeSelm, Crete, Elwood, Newark and
Manhattan, 111., 1877-87; at Windsor, Florence, Rocky Ford and Glenwood
Springs, Colo., 1887-95. Superintendent of the Navajo Faith Mission at
Jewett, New Mexico, an independent enterprise which he began in 1895. Since
1896 at Holyoke, Utah, where he has been postmaster since 1899. Publisher
of the Navajos Evangel, representing the Indian mission of which he is still the
superintendent.

Married Eva Sybil Smith, 25 Dec. 1879, at Peru, 111.

Residence, Aneth, Utah.

216. *EDWIN JOHN BICKELL.

Born 16 Oct. 1846, in Quebec City, Can. Prepared at Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. A.B. 1880, A.M. Managing editor and publisher of
Tripod, 1876-78; member of U. S. Life-Saving Crew. 1879, B.D., Garrett
Biblical Institute. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. West Wisconsin Con-
ference: Whitehall and Mondovi, 1879-80. Central Illinois Conference,
1880-81. News correspondent in Arizona, 1882-83. Minister and editor of
the Montana Christian Advocate, Helena, Mont., 1883-86. Preached in Black-
foot, Idaho, one year and a half. Employed on the Independent, Helena,
Mont. In 1889 lost his eyesight from a severe cold.

Married Ella A. James (ex-'80), 25 Dec. 1877, at Evanston, 111.

Children EDITH E., born in 1879.
RALPH, born in 1880.

Died 18 Jan. 1898, at Thomasville, Ala.

217. TIMOTHY COOKSON BRADLEY.

Born 6 Dec. 1855, in Chicago. Prepared at Northwestern University
Academy. C.E. U. S. Assistant Engineer, Corps of Engineers, U. S. A.;
located at different periods at St. Louis, Lake Providence, La., Jefferson City,
St. Joseph and Kansas City, Mo. Member of the American Society of Civil
Engineers, and of the N. W. Society of Civil Engineers.

Address, 1230 W. 8th St., Kansas City, Mo.



218. FRANK MILTON BRISTOL.



In college, 1873-77. Ph.B. 1883, A.M. (hon.) Phi Kappa Sigma; Phi
Beta Kappa. 1888, D.D. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Rock River
Conference : Pastor in Chicago, at Englewood, Grace, and Trinity Churches.
Pastor of First M. E. Church at Evanston, 111., 1893-98. Chairman of delega-
ion to General Conference, 1895. Pastor at Metropolitan Church at Wash-
ington, D. C., 1898 . Trustee of Northwestern University, 1894-99.

President of the Northwestern University Alumni Association, 1895-96. Has




118 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1877

published a series of his lectures in book form, entitled "Providential
Epochs," Cranston & Curts, Cincinnati and Chicago.
Married.
Children LEVERETT, born 1880.

CORA, born ; died 24 Feb. 188*7.

HARLOW. born .

Residence, Washington, D. C.

219. ALBERT HENRY BURR.

Born 19 Aug. 1850, at Durham, 111. l^repared at Hedding College, Abing-
don, 111. Ph.B. Hinman. 1881, M.D., Chicago Medical College. Physi-
cian. Lecturer on Rhinology and Laryngology in Post-Graduate Medical
School of Chicago; attending physician to Provident Hospital since 1892;
Adjunct Professor of the Practice of Medicine, College of Physicians and Sur-
geons, 1897-1900. Medical Inspector of Schools, 1900, Chicago Board of
Education. Member of the American Medical Association since 1884, and of
the Chicago Medical Society since 1883.

Author of numerous pamphlets treating of various diseases; of a prize essay
before the Chicago Medical Society in 1896, and of contributions to the Char-
lotte Medical Journal (1895), to the Journal of the American Medical Asso-
ciation, and many others.

Married (1) Lizzie Westlake, in 1879, at Evanston, 111., who died 18 March
1881. (2) Johanna Hess, 5 Nov. 1885, at Chicago.

Children FRED A., born 14 March 1881 ; died 3 Aug. 1881.
MARGUERITE E., born 8 Dec. 1886.
WALTER A., born 25 Dec. 1891.

Residence, 950 Pratt Ave., Chicago, 111.

220. WILLIAM WALLACE CARR

Born 2 July 1850, at Middlebury, Vt. Prepared at Middlebury High
School. A.B. Beta Theta Pi. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Central
Illinois Conference, 1877-93 ; transferred to Troy Conference, N. Y. ; stationed
at Cohoes and Northville, N. Y., and Adams, Mass. Trustee of Northwestern
University, 1888-92.

Married Mattie L. Piper, 3 Oct. 1877, at Middlebury, Vt.
Children RUBY PEAHL.
HARLOW P.
GEORGE W.
SIDNEY M.
RUTH MAI.
Residence, Adams, Mass.

221. FRANK FISK GASSED AY.

Born 29 Feb. 1856, at Newark, 111. Prepared at Northwestern University
Academy. Ph.B. Phi Kappa Sigma. Mann prize. Chicago Medical Col-
lege. 1879, M.D. ; at Hahnemann Medical College, Philadelphia. Practicing
physician and surgeon since 1879. At Stevens Point, Wis., 1879; Kansas



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City, 1880-90. One of the incorporators of the Kansas City Homeopathic
Medical College, and occupied chair of diseases of eye, ear, throat and nose.
President of the Kansas City Medical Society and Vice-President of the Mis-
souri Institute of Medicine. Practicing in Minneapolis since 1890. Editor of
Medical Argus ten years; author of many scientific and medical papers.

Married Elizabeth W. Henkle, 26 July 1888.

Residence, Hampshire Arms, Minneapolis, Minn. Office, 506 Masonic
Temple, Minneapolis.

222. ALFRED COOK.

Born 21 Oct. 1850, at Piano, 111. Prepared at Jennings Seminary, Aurora,
111. A.B. 1880, A.M. 1886, Ph.D., University of Halle. Editor of Kendall
Co. News, 1880-83. Principal Minonk, 111., public schools, 1887. Instructor
in Philosophy, Bryn Mawr, 1888. Docent in Philosophy, Clark University,
Mass., 1889. Teacher in West Chester, Pa., Normal, 1890. President of
Piano, 111., School Board, 1894. Member of West Chester Philosophical
Society, 1890. Author of "Ueber die Berkeleysche Philosophic" (A. Kae-
merer & Co., Halle, 1886), and of "Harmony of Natural Law and Free Will,"
1888.

Residence, Piano, 111.

223. FRANK HARVEY CUTLER.

Born 25 June 1855, at Plainfield, 111. Prepared at Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. B.S. 1882, M.D., Chicago Medical College. Taught in
Cedar Rapids, la., three years before studying medicine. Physician in Cedar
Rapids until 1889 ; since then at Bancroft and Cedar Falls. Author of a treatise
on "The New Antiseptics."

Married Emma Alma Ross, of Cedar Rapids, 28 May 1885.

Children ALMA M., born in 1886.
FRANK R., born in 1887.

Residence, Cedar Falls, Iowa.

224. ANNA AMELIA DAVIS (ELDER).

Born 23 Nov. 1853, near Gallipolis, Ohio. Prepared at GaUipolis, and
Northwestern University Academy. B.L. On Commencement program;
divided Kedzie prize. Teacher in McGregor, la., 1878-80; married; lived in
Wisconsin three years, in Idaho one year, in Kansas until 1895, and since in
Alabama. President of the New Decatur, Ala., W. C. T. U. for three years
and State Organizer for as long a period. Editor of a W. C. T. U. column in
the Decatur Herald, weekly, for two years. With her husband organized
Boaz, Ala.. Seminary, where they are both teaching.

Married Eleazar Ball Lee Elder (No. 227), 7 July 1880, at McGregor, la.

Residence, Boaz, Ala.

225. *ROBERT EDWARD EARLL.



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