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Born 24 Aug. 1853, at Waukegan, 111. Entered from University of Chi-
cago. In college, 1874-77. B.S. 1890, M.S. Phi Beta Kappa. Special



120 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1877

agent, 10th census; fisheries of the Atlantic coast. Deputy U. S. Agent,
fisheries exhibit, London, 1883. Deputy Representative, Smithsonian Insti-
tution and U. S. National Museum, at New Orleans, 1885, Cincinnati, 1888,
World's Fair, Chicago, 1893, and Atlanta, 1895 ; Curator, Smithsonian Insti-
tute, 1888-96. Three years editor of the Proceedings and Bulletins of the
National Museum. Published numerous scientific papers on fisheries.

Married Louise A. Harding, of Clinton, la., 23 Feb. 1883.

Children ERNEST HARDING, born 13 Feb. 1886; died 12 Nov. 1892
DONALD MONTGOMERY, born 17 June 1889.

Died at Chevy Chase, Md., 19 March 1896.



226. ALBERT DUDLEY EARLY.

Born 23 Jan. 1855, at Rockford, 111. Prepared at Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. A.B. Sigma Chi. Lawyer at Rockford, 111.
Married Emma F. Blakeman, 25 Oct. 1880, at Rockford.
Children CAROLINE B., born in 1881.

JOHN B., born in 1883.

BENJAMIN B., born in 1887.
Address, 109 W. State St., Rockford, 111.

227. ELEAZAR BALL LEE ELDER.

Born 4 Dec. 1848, near Salem, 111. Prepared at Kinmundy, 111., and
Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1878, B.D., Garrett Biblical
Institute. 1882, A.M. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, in Wisconsin Con-
ference five years. One year in Montana mission and eleven in Northwest
Kansas Conference. Two years and a half as Professor of Art, Normal and
Language work in Kansas Wesleyan University. One year teacher and
preacher at Kinsey, Ala. President and teacher of academic branches at
Boaz (Ala.) Seminary.

Married Anna Amelia Davis (No. 224), 7 July 1880, at McGregor, Iowa.

Children MYRA (SHARITS), born 13 April 1881.
EARL BAYARD, born 3 Aug. 1884.
CAREY DAVIS, born 24 Jan. 1893.

Residence, Boaz, Ala.

228. FRANK MACAJAH ELLIOT.

Born 27 March 1853, at Corinna, Me. Entered from Minneapolis and
Northwestern University Academy. B.L. Philomathian; Sigma Chi. Kurd
prize. Secretary and treasurer Alumni Association, 1883-84; president,
1884-85. Trustee of the Village of Evanston, 1886. President of Evanston
Hospital Association since 1896. Member of Chicago Literary Club since
1896. Real estate business, Chicago. Published "History of Omega,"
1885; also sketch of W. H. Bissell, a former Governor of Illinois, in Trans-
actions of the McLean County Historical Society, 1900.

Married Anna D. Shuman, 13 Nov. 1878, at Evanston, 111.

Residence, 225 Lake St., Evanston, 111.



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229. WILLIAM GRAY EVANS.

Entered college from Denver, Colo. Ph.B. Sigma Chi. Railroad con-
struction and real estate ; secretary of Denver Tramway Co.
Address, Mendota Block, Denver, Colo.

230. *CLARENCE AUBREY GARDNER.

Born 10 Aug. 1853. Entered college from Harvard, 111. Ph.B. Phi
Kappa Sigma. Principal of Huntley School, Huntley, 111., until 1880.
Died 13 Dec. 1882, at Harvard, 111.

231. WILLIAM JAMES HATHAWAY.

Born 7 Aug. 1848, at Bluffton, Ind. Prepared at Carleton College, North-
field. Minn., and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1887, A.M.
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, Michigan Conference ; at Union City, Bun-
Oak, Wayland, Ithaca, Onondaga, Leroy, Decatur, Berrien Springs, Paw
Paw, Vicksburg, Plainwell, South Haven, Clare.

Married Martha L. Whitmer, 3 Oct. 1879, at Sturgis, Mich.

Children WILLIAM HENRY, born in 1880.
GRACE, born in 1886.

Residence, Clare, Mich.

232. ELIZABETH ROXANA HUNT.

SISTER OF No. 508.

Prepared at Village High School of Chicago, 111. B.L. 1883, M.L.
Prize for essay at Intercollegiate Contest in New York, 1878. Phi Beta
Kappa. Private instructor, 1883-92. Head instructor in English Depart-
ment of Cumnock School of Oratory, 1892 . Instructor in English Litera-
ture, College of Liberal Arts, Feb.-June 1902.

Residence, 1566 Oak Ave., Evanston, 111.

233. ARTHUR STEVENS KIMBALL.

Born 7 Oct. 1856, at Lawrence, Mass. Entered from Chicago High School.
A.B. Beta Theta Pi. Manager, Boston office, Shoe and Leather Mercantile
Agency. President, New England Alumni Club.

Address, 16 Fenno St., Roxbury, Mass.

234. FRANK EDWARD KNAPPEN.

Born 27 Sept. 1854, at Hastings, Mich. Prepared at Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. A.B. 1881, A.M. Hinman. Sigma Chi. Gage debate
prize. In Co. C, 2d Regiment of Michigan State Troops, 1879-82. Since
1877 has been attorney at law at Kalamazoo, Mich. Prosecuting attorney of
Kalamazoo Co.. 1880-88. President of State Association of Prosecuting At-
torneys, 1884 and 1885. Leading counsel for prosecution in trial of Stonewall
J. DeFrance, noted forger. Published in pamphlet form an alumni address
delivered in 1885, entitled "Restriction of Crime."



122 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1877

Married (1) Stella A. Drake, 9 June 1879, at Sturgis, Mich. (2) Nina A.
Ward 9 Nov. 1899, at Kalamazoo.

Child ROY STAFFORD, born 16 April 1880; died 21 Aug. 1880.
Residence, Kalamazoo, Mich.



235. CHARLES LYFORD LOGAN.

Born 10 June 1850, at Atkinson, Me. Prepared at home on farm in
Minnesota. A.B. 1880, A.M. 1882, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute.
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Joined^ Wisconsin Conference in 1878.
Transferred in 1883 to Rock River Conference, of which he is still a member.
Principal of Inyo Academy, Bishop, Cal., six years. Pastor at Carson,
Nevada, three years; Marseilles, 111., 1895-99; at Sterling, 111., 1900-1902;

Elizabeth, 111., 1902 .

Married Grace Boehm Wood, 8 May 1884.
Children MARY L., bora in 1885.
GRACE S., bom in 1887.
LAURA L., bom in 1889.
HELEN I., born in 1891.
EDITH E., born in 1893.
Residence, Elizabeth, 111.



236. OLIVER PERRY McCOOL.

Born 14 Aug. 1850, at Savanna, 111. Entered from Freeport, 111.. High
School and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1884, A.M. Adel-
phic. Beta Theta Pi. Botany prize. Attended Garrett Biblical Institute.
Assistant postmaster at Freeport, 111., 1879-81; hardware business in same
town, 1881-88; newspaper business in Peoria, 111., 1888-91; since in life insur-
ance business in Chicago.

Married Rozella Tobias, 18 Feb. 1885, at Freeport, 111.

Children BESSIE, born 3 Jan. 1886.

CAROLINE LUCY, born 6 Feb. 1890.
DOROTHY ELEANOR, born 23 Sept. 1895.

Residence, 640 Touhy Ave., Rogers Park Station, Chicago, 111.



237. CHARLES HERBERT MORGAN.

Born 13 Nov. 1852, in Oakland Co., Mich. Entered from Holly (Mich.)
High School and Albion College. A.B. 1880, A.M. Hinman. Hinman
prize, 1876; Kurd prize, 1877; Easter prize, 1877. Phi Beta Kappa. 1879,
B.D., Boston University. 1883, Ph.D., ibid. Clergyman, Methodist Episco-
pal. In Detroit Annual Conference, 1879-1902. Charges at Marquette,
Fowlerville, Romeo, East Saginaw, Adrian, West Bay City, Howell, Vassar,
Saginaw, Cass City, Rochester. Now in Bible Study department of Epworth
League, Chicago, 111. Has published pamphlet, 24 pages, on "Newspaper
Cyclopedia." Joint author with T. E. and S. E. Taylor of "Studies in the Life






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of Christ," 1901, and "Studies in the Apostolic Church/' 1902. Contributor
to religious periodicals.

Married Emma Webster, at Farmington, Mich., 22 June 1887.

Child LESLIE WEBSTER, born 10 March 1894.

Address, 57 Washington St., Chicago, 111.

238. MARION LILLIAN POMEROY (MATTHEW).

Born 24 Oct. 1857, in Chicago. Entered from Northwestern University
Academy. Ph.B. Phi Beta Kappa.

Married Winfield S. Matthew (No. 204), 25 Dec. 1877, at Evanston, 111.
Residence, 2009 Lincoln St., Berkeley, Cal.

239. LORENZO TUCKER POTTER.

Born in Charleston, S. C., in 1859. Entered from Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. B.L. Phi Kappa Sigma. 1880, M.D., from Chicago
Medical College. Interne St. Luke's and Mercy hospitals. Inspector, Board
of Health. Clinical Instructor, Chicago Medical College. Now in private
practice.

Address, 4162 Lake Ave., Chicago, 111. (1899).

240. *CORNELIUS ENNIS RICE.

Entered college from Sturgis, Mich. A.B. Teacher at Sturgis, Mich.
(1894).
Died.

241. MARTIN STANFORD ROBISON, JR.

In college 1873-77. C.E. Phi Kappa Sigma. Civil engineer. In 1882
superintendent of Superior Street Railway Co., Cleveland, O.
Address, Cleveland, Ohio, care of Street Car Co.

242. ROBERT BROWN SEAMAN.

Born 4 Aug. 1849, at Islington, London. Entered from Northwestern
University Academy. A.B. Mann prize, 1875-76. 1882, A.M. Attended
Garrett Biblical Institute. Assistant lighthouse keeper at Gross Point,
Evanston, 1874-75. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, in Central Illinois
Conference. Pastor at Sparland, Laprairie Center, Wyoming, Maquon,
Eureka, Minonk, Princeville, Watseka, Lewistown and Momence.

Married Martha A. Ewer of Seneca, 111., 2 Sept. 1879.

Children MAUD T., born 7 Dec. 1880. (In college 1898-02) .

ANNA L., born 20 Aug. 1882. (In college 1900 ).

GRACE MAY, born 9 Aug. 1884.

Residence, Momence, 111.

243. CHARLES WESLEY THORNTON.

Born 28 May 1850, at East Liberty, Ohio. Prepared at Bellefontaine, O.,
High School and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1880, A.M.



124 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1877

Beta Theta Pi. 1879, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Clergyman, Metho-
dist Episcopal. Pastor, in Rock River Conference, at Somonauk, Sheridan,
Aurora, Sandwich, Mendota, St. Charles, Blaine, Marengo, Polo, and Mt.
Carroll, 111.

Married Martha Tanner, 6 Dec. 1882, at Aurora, 111.

Children ANNA VERA, born 12 Nov. 1886.
IMOGENE, born 1 Sept. 1888.

Residence, Mt. Carroll, 111.

244. DE LOSS MONROE TOMPKINS.

Born 7 Jan. 1849, at Ashland, N. Y. Prepared in Claverack College and
Hudson River Institute. A.B. Gage prize. 1880, A.M. Beta Theta Pi.
1895, D.D. Phi Beta Kappa. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, in Rock
River Conference : At Austin, Winnebago and Freeport, 111. ; also at Mussuri
and Naini Tal, India. Established the Boys' High School at Mussuri; Presi-
dent of the Naini Tal College and Boys' High School for two years. Returned
and became pastor at Freeport, Aurora, Wheaton, Belvidere, DeKalb, 111.
Delegate to General Conference, 1900.

Married Ida May Foote, 1877.

Children ALFRED F., born in 1879.
MARGIE L., born in 1882.
FRANKIE S., born in 1886.

Residence, DeKalb, 111.



CLASS OF 1878.

This class purchased for the University the skeleton of the Ward whale for
nine hundred dollars.

245. GEORGE EVERETT ACKERMAN.

Born 16 Nov. 1850, at Bath, N. Y. Prepared in Genesee Wesleyan Semi-
nary and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1882, A.M. Hinman.
Beta Theta Pi. Deering prize; Interstate Oratorical prize; divided the Kirk
prize. 1878, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Graduate course in theology
at McGill University, Montreal, receiving D.D. after ten examinations. M.D.,
from Buffalo Medical College. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Two
years President of Blue Mountain University, Ore. Member of Genesee Con-
ference, 1878-89; pastor at Lyndon, Warsaw and Buffalo, N. Y. Member of
Alabama Conference, 1889-1902. Thirteen years Professor of Systematic The-
ology in Grant University, Chattanooga, Tenn. Two years Vice-Chancellor of
same. Member of Victoria Institute, Great Britain; the American Association
for the Advancement of Science; the M. E. General Conference of 1892, 1896,
and 1900, and the Ecumenical Conference, 1901. Author of "Researches in
Philosophy," "Man a Revelation of God," Hunt & Eaton, N.Y., 1888,
"Love Illumined," Curts & Jennings, Cincinnati, 1900, and of numerous
newspaper and magazine articles.



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Married Eugenia Van Wormer, 26 Aug. 1879, at Cohocton, N. Y.
Children GRACE INGELOW, born 14 Feb. 1881 ; died 6 April 1882.

EDITH WILLARD, born 14 July 1886.

EDNA M., born 14 July 1889.
Residence, Fairview Ave., Chattanooga, Tenn.

246. EDWARD WYLLYS ANDREWS.
BROTHER OF No. 329.



:

Born 25 March 1856, in Chicago. Entered from Babcock Academy, Chi-
cago. A.B. 1881, A.M. Sigma Chi; Phi Beta Kappa. Deering prize.
Editor and publisher of Vidette, College semi-monthly, 1878. M.D. from
Chicago Medical College. Surgeon. Professor of Clinical Surgery, North-
western University Medical School. Surgeon in Mercy Hospital, Michael
Reese Hospital, and South Side Dispensary. Author of several medical works.

Residence, 2525 Prairie Ave., Chicago, 111.; office, 100 State St.

247. GEORGE MILTON BASSETT.

Born at Russellville, O. Prepared at Hedding College and Northwestern
University Academy. A.B. 1881, A.M. 1883, B.D., Garrett Biblical Insti-
tute. Hinman. Editor of newspaper at Abingdon, 111., 1879. Clergyman,
Methodist Episcopal; at Lawn Ridge, 111., 1880-81; at Crete, 1882-83; at
Keithsbury, 1884-85; in Rock River Conference, since 1886.

Married Phoneta Gertrude White, at Omaha, Neb., 10 Aug. 1886.

Children CYRUS WHITE, born Dec. 1888.
GERTRUDE, born Dec. 1890.

Residence, 9911 Prospect Ave., Chicago, 111.

248. WILLIAM MORRIS BOOTH.

Born 26 Sept. 1856, in Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Entered from Chicago High
School. A.B. 1882, A.M. Sigma Chi. Kedzie prize; Deering prize. Phi
Beta Kappa. Lawyer in Chicago. Master in Chancery, U. S. Court. U. S.
Commissioner.

Married Ada Fenton Sheldon, 17 Nov. 1886.

Children SHELDON M., born 1888.
MORRIS F., born 1895.

Residence, 4959 Lake Ave., Chicago, 111.



249. ABNER CLARKE.



Born 1 Jan. 1850, in Brown County, 111. Entered from Hedding College.
A.B. 1893, A.M. Adelphic. 1879, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Clergy-
man, Methodist Episcopal, Illinois Conference ; at Sidney, Hoopeston, Alexan-
der, Waverly, Auburn, Morrisonville, Astoria, Quincy, Normal, Mansfield,
Augusta. At one time professor in Chaddock College.

Married Julia Tool, 18 Aug. 1896, at Normal, 111.

Residence, Griggsville, 111.



126 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1878

250. WILLIAM LAZIER DEMOREST.

Born 9 Nov. 1853, at Harrington, Ont. Prepared at Aurora (111.) High
School and Northwestern University Academy. A fc B. A.M. Sigma Chi. Fresh-
man and sophomore declamation prizes. In Garrett Biblical Institute one
year. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, and after 1888, Congregational.
Pastor at Jamestown, N. D.; Redwood Falls, Minn.; Downers Grove, 111.;
Lincoln and Grand Island, Neb. ; Blue Island, 111. ; Oshkosh, Wis. ; and Austin,
Chicago. Member of Chicago Ministerial Union and Chicago Congregational
Association. Editor and publisher of Jamestown Messenger for two years.
Married Ettie Rhodes, 23 Oct. 1879, at Aurora, 111.
Children CHARLES HENRY, born 3 Jan. 1881.
PEARL, born 28 Oct. 1882.

REA RHODES, born 4 May 1889; died 21 Nov. 1896.
DAVID LEROY, born 27 July 1891.
Residence, 752 W. Monroe St., Chicago, 111,

251. JOHN RAINIER EDWARDS.

Born 22 April 1850, at Columbus, Ohio. Entered from Northwestern
University Academy. A.B. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Began
preaching in Ohio Conference, 1879; has preached in Illinois and Wisconsin;
member of Puget Sound Conference since 1893; pastor of Second M. E. Church,
Tacoma, Wash.

Married Mary Alice Gaskell, 28 Aug. 1878, at New Berlin, N. Y.
Children PEARL BONBRIGHT, born 11 July 1879.
CHARLES RAYMOND, born 2 Sept. 1880.
BERTRAM ERASTUS, born 29 Nov. 1882.
NELLIE GASKELL, born 18 Aug. 1885; died 22 May 1897.
FIELD RAINIER, born 27 May 1887.
GUY SEARLES, born 7 March 1890.
HAZEL MAY, born 27 May 1891.
REBECCA McCABE, born 7 Aug. 1895.
EARL CRANSTON, born 6 March 1900.
Residence, 1224 North G. St., Tacoma, Wash.

252. MARY ELIZABETH GARST (SMITH).

Born 27 April 1858, at Dayton, Ohio. Entered from Boone (la.) High
School. B.L. Lived in Champaign, 111., 1878-93; since in North Brookfield,
Mass.

Married Frank A. Smith, 15 June 1893, at Champaign, 111.

Residence, North Brookfield, Mass.

253. BERTHA GALTON GOODWIN (GARST).

Born 10 Dec. 1854, at Oxford, England. Entered from Rockford Semi-
nary. B.L. Ossoli. Teacher in Pecatonica and Rockford, 111., 1878-89.
Married Edward Garst, 19 June 1889, at Rockford, 111.





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Children GOODWIN, born 3 Oct. 1891.
JONATHAN, born 4 Dec. 1893.
DOROTHY, born 30 July 1895.
ROSWELL, born 13 June 1898.
dence, Coon Rapids, Iowa.

254. CONRAD ANTHONY HANEY.

Born 31 March 1855, at Mt. Morris, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. A.B. Editor of the Vidette, 1878. Phi Kappa Sigma.
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Preached in Rock River Conference.
Married Sada Pavey, 18 Nov. 1880, at Ipava, 111.
Children LEWIS H., born in 1882.
MILTON P., born in 1883.
RUTH, born in 1885.
Residence, unknown.

255. WILLIAM HAMILTON HARRIS.

Born 15 March 1856, at Delaware, Ohio. Entered from Brooklyn Col-
legiate and Polytechnic Institute. A.B. 1884, A.M. Sigma Chi; Phi Beta
Kappa. Freshman essay prize; sophomore Latin prize; Deering prize;
divided the Kirk prize. LL.B., from Columbia College Law School. Admit-
ted to the bar in 1880, and practicing since in New York City. Member of
Bar Association, New York City; president of New Windsor Fresh Air Associ-
ation; president of the Board of Trustees of St. Paul's M. E. Church, New
York; manager of American Bible Society since 1896.

Married Grace Fancher Nicoll, 1 Dec. 1885, in New York.

Children HELEN FANCHER, born 19 Oct. 1886.
ANNE EVELYN, born 23 July 1890.
WILLIAM NICOLL, born 13 Aug. 1898.

Address, 258 Broadway, New York, N. Y.

256. CLARENCE HERBERT HARVEY.

Student from Durand, 111., 1874-78. Ph.B.
Residence, unknown.

257. JUNIUS CLARKSON HOAG.
BROTHER OF No. 661.

Born 6 Feb. 1858, at Evanston, 111. Entered from Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. Ph.B. Ph.M. M.D., Chicago Medical College, 1882.
Phi Kappa Sigma. Graduate study in Vienna and London. Physician in
Winnetka, 111., and Chicago. Fellow British Gynaecological Society, 1886;
member of Chicago Medical Society and Chicago Gynaecological Society, 1887;
Medico-Legal Society, Chicago, 1887; president of Chicago Medical Society,
1899-1900.

Married (1) Jane Cummins, in 1885, at Winnetka, 111.; she died in 1887.
(2) Adelaide Northup, in 1895.

Residence, 4669 Lake Ave., Chicago, 111.



128 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1878

258. FRANK SEWARD JOHNSON.

Born 18 April 1856, in Chicago, 111. Prepared in Babcock Academy, Chi-
cago, A.B. 1881, A.M. Phi Kappa Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa. 1881, M.D.,
Chicago Medical College. Studied in Stuttgart," Germany ; Vienna, Austria;
and in Geneva, Switzerland. Physician in Chicago, beginning as interne in
Cook County Hospital, 1882. Has filled the following chairs in Northwestern
University Medical School: Demonstrator of Histology, Professor of His-
tology, Professor of Pathology and Pathological Anatomy, Professor of
Medicine and Clinical Medicine, Dean of the Faculty, Emeritus Dean and
Professor of Medicine and Clinical Medicine. Attending physician at St.
Luke's; at Michael Reese hospital. Member of American Medical Associ-
ation, American Academy of Medicine, American Climatological Association,
American Microscopical Association, American Association for Advancement
of .Science, American Economical Association, Chicago, and Illinois State
Medical Societies, Royal Microscopical Society of London, Chicago Academy
of Sciences, Chicago Medico-Legal Society, Chicago Physicians' Club.

Married Elizabeth Burbank Ayer, at Lake Geneva, Wis., 1890.

Children HOSMER AYER, born 1891.
EDWARD AYER, born 1895.

Residence, 2521 Prairie Ave., Chicago.

259. JACOB KAGEY.

Born 12 March 1850, in Harrison Co., Ind. Entered from Northwestern
University Academy. A.B. Botany prize. Clergyman, Methodist Episco-
pal. Preached four years in Illinois Conference, and four in Colorado Confer-
ence, 1879-87. Superintendent of Schools for Chaffee Co., Colo., 1888-89.
In Salt Lake City, Utah, on account of poor health, 1890-96. Engaged in
literary work in Indiana, Kentucky, and Colorado, 1899 .

Residence, Buena Vista, Colo.

260. LOUIS KARCHER.

Born 10 Aug. 1854, at Freeport, 111. Entered from Jennings Seminary,
Aurora, 111. Ph.B. Phi Kappa Psi. Studied law in the office of Judge H. C.
Hyde, Freeport, 111. Lawyer in Freeport ; in Chicago since 1887.

Married Irene A. Murray, 14 Oct. 1880, at Naperville, 111.

Children LOUISE M., born 16 Sept. 1882.
LEONARD D., born 17 Feb. 1887.

Residence, 1263 Washington Boul., Chicago, 111. ; office, 704, 84 La SaUe St.

261. EDWARD MORGAN KINMAN.

Born 2 April 1856, at Jacksonville, 111. Prepared at Jacksonville High
School and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1883, A.M. Beta
Theta Pi. Deering prize. Member of State Legislature, 1882-84 ; postmaster
of Jacksonville, 1886 ; member of City Council of Jacksonville, 1891-93. Prac-
ticing law in Jacksonville, 111.



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Married Nellie C. Springer, 10 Oct. 1883, at Jacksonville, 111.
Children JOHN LEONARD, born 11 July 1885. Died 3 Jan. 1902.

RUTH, born 6 Aug. 1892.
Residence, 517 Jordan St. Jacksonville, 111.

262. *CYRUS FRANKLIN KRYDER.

Born 15 Jan. 1851, in Stephenson Co., 111. Entered from Freeport, 111.
B.L. Beta Theta Pi. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, in Illinois Confer-
ence.

Married Jennie Pattison (No. 206), 14 June 1882, at Freeport, IU.

Child CYRUS JOHN, born 29 Aug. 1883; died 17 Dec. 1884.

Died 5 Jan. 1884.

263. JOSEPH THING LADD.

Born 22 Oct. 1854, at Worcester, Vt. Entered from Chicago High School.
A.B. 1881, A.M. 1900, D.D. Lunt prize, 1875; Gage debate prize, 1876.
Managing editor and publisher of the Tripod, 1878. Hinman; Phi Beta
Kappa. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, in Illinois, 1878-79; in Nevada,
1879-82; since then in Illinois. Member of Rock River Conference. In 1891
traveled in Europe, Egypt, Palestine, Syria, and India. Trustee of North-
western University, 1901 .

Married Hannah May Rixon, 9 Oct. 1882, at Austin, Nevada.
Children EDWARD RIXON, born 4 July 1883.
ROBERT MARK, born 3 March 1888.
STEPHEN CARROLL, born 22 Sept. 1890.
HENRY CHESTER, born 24 Oct. 1897.
Residence, Elgin, 111.

264. FRANK MACARD.

Student from Evanston. A.B. Clergyman, Redfield, Iowa, 1879.
Residence, unknown.

265. RASMUS NIELSON.

Student from Randolph, Wis., 1874-78. A.B.
Residence, unknown.

266. CHARLES STEWART NORTHROP.

Born 29 Nov. 1856, at York, Livingston Co., N. Y. Entered from Wood-
stock (111.) High School. A.B. Lawyer, Woodstock, 111., 1878-82; Arling-
ton, S. Dak., 1882-87; Los Angeles, Cal., 1887-90; since then in Woodstock,
111. Regent of Dakota Agricultural College, 1886 and 1887.
Married Mary H. Whitney, 9 May 1883, at Woodstock, 111.
Children FRANCES M., born 28 Feb. 1884.
JAMES W., born 16 July 1886.
EARLE H., born 19 Sept. 1893.
HELEN ELIZABETH, born 12 Oct. 1902.
isidence, Woodstock, 111.



130 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1878

267. MAY ELLA PARKS (KING).

Born 31 Dec. 1854, at Dundee, Yates Co., N. Y. Entered from Rochelle
(HI.) High School. B.L. Ossoli. Taught school at McGregor, Iowa, and
Fond du Lac, Wis., until 1882.

Married John M. King, at Rochelle, 111., 28 Dec. 1882.
Children NORA B., born 1883. EMMA P., born 1891.

MAUD E., born 1885. ETHA P., born 1892.

MABEL MAY, born 1885. FRANCES WILLARD, born 1894.

BERTHA G., born 1886. JOHN EDWARD, born 1899.

ALICE L., born 1888.
Residence, St. Lawrence, S. Dak.

268. CHARLES HENRY QUEREAU.
BROTHER OF No. 520.

Born 30 May 1856, at East Greenwich, R. I. Entered from Jennings
Seminary, Aurora, 111. A.B. 1883, A.M. Taught ochool; was employed
with manufacturing concern ; assistant superintendent of motive power Bur.
& Mo. Riv. R. R. ; same on Denver Rio Grande R. R. ; and superintendent
of shops New York Central R. R., West Albany, N. Y.

Married Fanny Strickler, 31 Dec. 1901, at Waynesborough, Pa.

Residence, 50 N. Allen St., Albany, N. Y.

269. CHARLES LATIMER ROOT.

Born 8 Oct. 1856, in Chester, Mass. Prepared in Lyons High School.
Entered from Cornell College, Iowa. B.S. 1884, M.S. Phi Kappa Psi. In
real estate and insurance business and practicing law. Director of Lyons and
Fulton Bridge Co. Mayor of Lyons City (la.), 1891-95; member of Iowa
Legislature, 1892-94; alderman at large, City of Clinton, 1896-98. Captain
Co. L, 1st Regiment I. N. G., 1892-98.

Married Thora W. Wiborg, 17 Dec. 1884, at Lyons, Iowa,

Children AURELIUS C., born 5 May 1886.
CHARLES W., born 1 March 1890.

Residence, Lyons, Iowa.

270. IDA STUART (BREED).

Born 8 Jan. 1855, at Kingston, 111. Prepared in Genesee Wesleyan Semi-
nary and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Taught at Kingston
and Belvidere, 111., 1886-90; at Chicago, 1890-99; at El Paso, Texas, 1899 .

Married Allen Breed, 8 Jan. 1880, at Kingston, 111. He died 11 April 1886.

Residence, El Paso, Texas. (Box 559.)

271. JAMES MONROE WHEATON.

Born 17 Sept. 1849, at Wheaton, 111. Entered from Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. A.B. 1884, A.M. Adelphic. Clergyman, Methodist



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