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Episcopal. Pastorates at Chicago, 1878; Liberty ville, 1881; New Milford,




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1884; Chicago, 1886; Wyanet, 1888; Rochelle, 1891; St. Charles, 1892; Malta,
1895; Park Ridge, 1897; Humboldt Park, Chicago, 1899. Member of Rock
River Conference since 1878.

Married (1) Mary Sylvester Rice, 27 June 1878, at Morocco, Ind.; she died
in 1886. (2) Carrie Cook, 13 Oct. 1887, at Gilmer, Lake Co., 111.
Children CORA BELLE, born 20 Aug. 1879.

HARRY MONROE, born 15 Dec. 1881.
JESSE RAYMOND, born 3 Feb. 1883.
CLAYTON COOK, born 3 Oct. 1888.
FRANCES BERNICE, born 15 Jan. 1892.
OLIN GARY, born 24 April 1893.
ESTHER MAY, born 17 April 1897.
Residence, 443 LeMoyne St., Chicago.



CLASS OF 1879.

This class presented to the University the tower clock of University Hall.

272. EDWARD CARLE ADAMS.

Born 20 May 1855, in Hudson, N. Y. Entered from Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. A.B. 1883, A.M. Phi Kappa Sigma. Taught school
and read medicine, 1879-80. Studied medicine in Philadelphia and New
York, 1880-86. Physician in Watertown, S. D., since 1886. Surgeon on two
railroads; county coroner, city health officer, and on government pension
examining board.

Married Marion A. Flint, Sept. 1892, in St. Paul, Minn.

Residence, Watertown, S. D.

273. ISAAC EMENS ADAMS.

Born 29 Oct. 1857, at Mendham, N. J. Entered from Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. A.B. 1882, A.M. Beta Theta Pi. Hinman prize.
Editor and publisher of the Vidette, 1878-79. On the staff of Chicago Times
for several years. Lawyer in Chicago. Member of Union League, Calumet,
and Washington Park clubs. Author of "Life of Emory A. Storrs,"

Married Ellen Stuart Tappan of New York, 4 April 1888.

Residence, unknown.

274. ELLA VIRGINIA AMBROSE (DAVIS).

Born at Buchanan, W. Va. Entered from Rochelle (111.) High School.
B.L. Ossoli. As minister's wife resided in Dubuque, Dyersville, West
Union, Wyoming, Clarence, Rockford, Nashua, and State Center, Iowa.
Married Rev. William B. Davis, 12 Oct. 1880, at Rochelle, 111.
Children FLORENCE, born 1882.
HAROLD, born 1883.
CHARLES, born 1886.
GEORGIA, born 1891.
Residence, Delmar, la.



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275. MARY BAYNE (HILLIARD).

Born 4 May 1858, at Warren, 111. Entered from Warren High School.
B.L. Taught painting and music. Assistant principal of Warren High
School, 1886-89; second assistant, Polo (111.) High School, 1889-90.

Married Dr. Sumner Hale Hilliard, 4 May 1897, at Warren, 111.

Residence, Warren, 111.

276. *LILLA MAGGIE BRADLEY (HEMENWAY).



Born 25 Aug. 1857, at Elmhurst, 111. Entered from Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. B.L. Taught in Lockport and Lake View, 111., 1879-81 ;
lived in Kalamazoo, Mich., 1882-83.

Married Dr. Henry B. Hemenway (No. 282), 2 May 1882, at Evanston, 111.

Died 29 March 1883, at Kalamazoo, Mich.



277. *LILLIE CAROLINE CASEY (MUSGROVE).

Bora 1 Oct. 1859, at Hoylton, 111. Entered from Centralia (111.) High
School. Ph.B. Lived in Colorado for thirteen years. Conference District
Secretary of the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society for two years, and mem-
ber of Board of Trustees of the Frances Meritt Deaconess Home of Denver
until 1892. Lived in Topeka, Kan., 1892-94, and in Los Angeles, Cal., until
her death.

Married James T. Musgrove (No. 290), 9 Aug. 1880.

Died, 12 Jan. 1896, at Los Angeles, Cal.

278. CHARLES EDGAR COOK.

Born 19 April 1859, at Mendota, 111. Entered from Mendota High School.
A.B. Graduated from Northwestern University Medical School, 1881.
Studied in Universities of Berlin and Vienna, 1882. Physician at Mendota,
111. Member of American Academy of Medicine. Captain and assistant
surgeon of 6th Regiment, Illinois National Guards.

Married Margaret Wylie of Mendota, 111., June 1887.

Residence, Mendota, 111.

279. DEXTER PARK DONELSON.

Born 27 March 1857, at Delaware, Ohio. Entered from Ohio Wesleyan
University. A.B. Sigma Chi. Hinman. President of class in junior year;
Commencement orator. Manufacturer, Continental Iron and Bolt Works,
Chicago.

Married Harriet Kitchens, in Chicago, 14 Oct. 1891.

Children KATHERINE DEXTER, born 29 July 1892.

LORRAINE, born 9 Sept. 1897; died 3 May 1899.

Residence, 1318 Forest Ave., Evanston, 111.






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280. WILLIAM ALFRED HAMILTON.

Born 14 March 1856, at Prairie City, 111. Entered from Prairie City and
Northwestern University Academies. A.B. 1882, A.M. Beta Theta Pi.
Deering prize. Editor and publisher Vidette, 1878-79. Lawyer in Superior,
Wis., 1883-86; since practicing law in Chicago. Member of the council of
Northwestern University Settlement Association.

Residence, Avenue House, Evanston, 111. ; office, 125 La Salle St., Chicago.



281. *HUGH HARRISON.

Born 20 April 1857, at Belleville, 111. Entered from Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. Ph.B. Wholesale grocer, Minneapolis, Minn., until his
death.

Married Theresa V. Scott, in 1882, at Winnetka, 111.
Children FLORENCE L.
PERRY.
KENNETH.
GLADYS.
Died at Minneapolis, April 1899.

282. HENRY BIXBY HEMENWAY.

Born 20 Dec. 1856, at Montpelier, Vt. Entered from Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. A.B. 1882, A.M. Adelphic. Botany prize. 1881,
M.D., Northwestern University Medical School; special mention in Anatomy,
and second prize for graduating thesis. Licensed to practice medicine,
1880. Physician in Kalamazoo, 1881-90; health officer of that city,
1884-85. Division surgeon M. C., and G. R. & I. railways. Secretary
of Board of U. S. Examining Surgeons, 1887-90. Physician in Evanston,
111., since 1890. Instructor in Laryngology in Rush Medical College,
Chicago, 111., 1893-94. Acting Professor of Preventive Medicine in Col-
lege of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago, 111., 1900. Secretary of Kala-
mazoo Academy of Medicine, 1882-87; librarian of same, 1882-90.
Vice-president of Michigan State Medical Society, 1886; treasurer of same,
1887-90. Member of American Medical Association, American Academy of
Medicine, and Chicago Medical Society. Author of "Healthful Womanhood
and Childhood/' V. T. Hemenway & Co., Evanston; of numerous medical
pamphlets, and of contributions to Journal of American Medical Association,
Medical News, Transactions of Michigan State Medical Society, American
Journal of Obstetrics, and Journal of Laryngology (London).

Married (1) Lilla Maggie Bradley (No. 276), 2 May 1882, at Evanston,
111. ; she died 29 March 1883. (2) Victoria Stephenson Taylor, 13 Oct. 1885,
at Kalamazoo, Mich.

Children RUTH LILIAN, born 23 March 1883.

HAZEL, born 24 March 1887; died 28 March 1887.
MARGUERITE, born 14 Dec. 1888.

Residence, 1744 Chicago Ave., Evanston, 111.



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283. WILLIAM THOMAS HOBART.

Born 18 Sept. 1856, at Red Wing, Minn. Entered from Red Wing High
School. A.B. Adelphic; Beta Theta Pi. Gagejprize; second prize in decla-
mation contest; Adelphic oratorical prize. B.D. and D.D., Garrett Biblical
Institute. Phi Beta Kappa. Member of Life-Saving Crew. Preached
one year in Minnesota Conference. Missionary: Peking 1882-92; Tsun

1892-99; Tientsin 1899 During Boxer outbreak in 1900 went to

Peking and endured the siege of fifty-six days. At present in Evanston, 111. ;
expects to return to China soon.

Married Emily Marcia Hatfield (No. 368T, 3 Aug. 1882, at Evanston, 111.
Children LOUIE, born 20 March 1884.

ALICE, born and died 5 Dec. 1885.
CHAUNCEY GOODRICH, born 5 Dec. 1886.
MARCUS HATFIELD, born 31 Dec. 1888.
ELIZABETH, born 1 March 1891.

ROBERT HATFIELD, born 29 Sept. 1894; died 26 Nov. 1895.
Home address, 620 Clark St., Evanston, 111. Foreign address, Tientsin,
China.

284. THOMAS HENRY HOOD.

Born 5 April 1856, in Chicago. Prepared in Chicago High School. En-
tered from Beloit College. Ph.B. Beta Theta Pi. Deering prize. Prac-
ticing law in Denver, Colo.

Married Irene E. Jerome, 15 Nov. 1887, at New Bedford, Mass.
Residence, Denver, Colo.

285. GEORGE HENRY HORSWELL.

BROTHER OF No. 412.

Born in Kingston, Can. Entered from Humboldt College, Iowa. A.B.
1882, A.M. 1883, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Phi Kappa Psi; Phi
Beta Kappa. Ph.D. from Boston University. Teacher in Northwestern
University Academy, 1879-87; Instructor in Latin in College of Liberal Arts,
1887-91; Assistant Professor of Latin in same, 1891-94; Professor of the
English Language and Literature in the English College, Tokio, Japan.
Residence, 34 b Tsukiji, Tokio, Japan.

286. DOUGLAS VIELE JACKSON.

Born 17 Nov. 1859, at Muscatine, Iowa, Entered from Muscatine High
School. B.L. Hinman. Phi Kappa Sigma. 1881, LL.B., from Iowa State
University. Lawyer in Muscatine, Iowa, since graduation. Attorney for
Muscatine Co., 1896 and 1897. In 1902 elected to the district bench. Colonel
50th Iowa Volunteer Regiment in Spanish-American War, and formerly
Colonel of 2d Regiment, loAva National Guard.

Married Alberta C. Jarvis, 14 Sept. 1885, at Muscatine, la.
Children ROBERT S., born 8 Sept. 1888.

MARGARET E., born 24 March 1891 ; died 6 June 1891.
Louis D., born 4 Feb. 1894.
Residence, Muscatine, Iowa.









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287. WILLIAM B. LEACH.

Born 8 Jan. 1853, at Cavan, Canada. Prepared at Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. A.B. 1882, A.M. 1881, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute.
Adelphic. Ph.D. from Grant University. D.D. from Murphy College, Tenn.
LL.D., New York, on examination. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, in
Rock River Conference since 1877; at Hampshire; Grace Church, Elgin; St.
Paul's, Chicago.

Married Emma Rose Werthwein, 17 Oct. 1882, at Hampshire, 111.

Children GRACE, born 27 April 1884.

WILLIAM B., JR., born 28 Aug. 1889.

Residence, 630 N. Robey St., Chicago.

288. SPENCER LEWIS.

Born 10 Jan. 1854, at Joliet, 111. Prepared at Joliet, and Northwestern
University Academy. A.B. 1887, A.M. 1881, B.D., Garrett Biblical Insti-
tute. Editor Tripod, 1879. Missionary in China. At Chinkiang from Nov.
1881 to Oct. 1882; at Chungking until driven away by riot in July 1886; came
to America, but returned and is a missionary at Chungking, West China.

Married Esther M. Bilbie (ex-'83) of Anoka, Minn., 10 Aug. 1881.

Children ELEANOR F., bora 1882.
RAYMOND L., born 1886.

Residence, Chungking, West China. Home address, Joliet, 111.

289. JESSIE MOORE (McPHERRIN).

Born 29 March 1857, at Eddyville, Iowa. Entered from Northwestern
University Academy. A.B. Ossoli. Latin prize, 1877; Deering prize; Kirk
prize. Phi Beta Kappa. Lived at Clarinda, Iowa, until 1888; removed to
Kansas City, Mo.

Married Samuel Chesney McPherrin (No. 202), 25 July 1879, at Clarinda,
Iowa.

Residence, 1919 East llth St., Kansas City, Mo.

290. JAMES TYSON MUSGROVE.

Born at Alnwick, Ont. Entered from Northwestern University Academy.
A.B. 1882, A.M. Hinman. Beta Theta Pi. Gage debate prize; Deering
prize. Attended Garrett Biblical Institute. Clergyman, Methodist Episco-
pal. Pastor at Longmont, Colo., 1880-82; Idaho Springs, 1882-85; Wheat
Ridge and Argo (Denver), 1885-90; Denver, 1890-94; Los Angeles, Cal.,
1894-99, being for a time head book-keeper at Iron Works; San Francisco,
1899 .

Married (1) Lillie C. Casey (No. 277), 9 Aug. 1880, at Centralia, 111.; she
died 12 Jan. 1896. (2) - , 14 Feb. 1900, at Los Angeles.

Children JULIA ETHEL, born 31 May 1881.

WILLIAM JAMES, born 12 June 1884.

Residence, 1440 Mel via St., Berkeley, Cal.



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291. SARAH ELLA PRINDLE (PATTEN).

SISTER OF No. 378.

Born at Elmira, Minn. Entered from Northwestern University Academy.
Ph.B. 1882, Ph.M. Phi Beta Kappa. Mann" prize, 1877; Deering prize.
Teacher in Northwestern University Academy, 1879-83; also in the College,
1881-83. President Northwestern Branch Woman's Foreign Missionary So-
ciety, 1902.

Married Rev. Amos W. Patten (No. 68), 25 Oct. 1883, at Evanston, 111.

Residence, 616 Foster St., Evanston, 111.

.

292. *CLARA SHUMWAY.

Born 11 Sept. 1856, at Milledgeville, 111. Entered from Polo (111.) High
School. B.L. Chess medal by vote of class. Graduate study in Boston
Conservatory and Berlitz School of Languages. Gave lessons in painting
and German at Polo. Studied in preparation for foreign travel, but was
prevented by fatal illness.

Died 27 March 1892, at Polo, 111.

293. EDWARD LAWRENCE STEWART.

Born 12 March 1856, at Rockford, 111. Prepared in Chicago High Schools.
At Ohio Wesleyan University, 1875-77. B.S. Sigma Chi. Made speech
presenting the clock to the University on Class day. Lawyer in Chicago.
Admitted to the bar by Chicago Appellate Court. Has also been in journalism
(1883-86), and has dealt in real estate.

Married Nellie B. Conger, 11 Oct. 1881, at Chicago.

Residence, 426 Jackson Blvd., Chicago, 111.; office, 405, 115 Dearborn St.

294. *FRANK EASTHAM TYLER.

Born 25 Jan. 1859, at Vincennes, Ind. Entered from Vincennes Uni-
versity. B.S. Editor and publisher of the Vidette, 1878. Phi Beta Kappa.
Hide and leather business, Kansas City, Mo.

Married Clara Danforth McLean of Kansas City, 22 Nov. 1881.

Child MARGUERITE, born in 1883.

Burned to death in miner's cabin in Colorado, about 1900.

295. WILLIAM HENRY WAIT.

Born at McConnell, 111. Entered from Northwestern University Acad-
emy. A.B. 1882, A.M. Ph.D. Beta Theta Pi; Phi Beta Kappa. In-
structor in Peoria High School, 1880-83; Professor of Latin and German in
Illinois Wesleyan University, 1883-90; Acting President of Illinois Wesleyan
University, 1887-88; resided in Peoria; in 1894 engaged in special philological
work in Universities of Berlin and Bonn in Germany. In department of
Greek and Sanscrit, University of Michigan, 1895-97, of Greek, Latin and
Sanscrit, 1897-1901 ; of German, 1901 .

Married Clara W. Hadley of Peoria, 6 Sept. 1888.

Residence, Ann Arbor, Mich.



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296. ISABELLA BALL WEBB (PARKS).

Born 9 May 1854, at Kelley's Island, Ohio. Entered from Northwestern
University Academy. A.B. 1882, A.M. Ossoli. Phi Beta Kappa. Re-
sided at Grand Crossing, 111., until March 1880; at Indianola, la., 1880-86;
Professor of Political Economy, Simpson College, 1880-82; since 1886 at South
Atlanta, Ga. State Superintendent of Purity Department, Parliamentary
Usages Department, and press reporter at various times for the Georgia
Woman's Christian Temperance Union. Contributor to the Union Signal
editorial page and to the Methodist Review. Member Gammon-Clark Lit-
erary and Scientific Society.

Married Edward Lamay Parks (No. 124), 30 July 1879, at Kelley's Island,
Ohio.

Residence, South Atlanta, Ga.

297. GEORGE WHITNEY WHITE.

Born 18 Jan. 1854, in Oak Grove Twp., Dodge Co., Wis. Entered from
Wayland Academy, Beaver Dam, Wis. Ph.B. Adelphic. Clergyman,
Methodist Episcopal. Member of Wisconsin Conference; pastor at Camp-
bellsport, Hingham, Brandon, Lyons, Beloit, Milwaukee, Waupun, Evans-
ville, Lake Mills and Sheboygan. Author of two pamphlets : "The Churches
of Milwaukee Their Progress, Hindrances and Duty" ; "Recreation Versus
Dissipation."

Married Flora Charlotte Smith, 26 Nov. 1879.
Children WARD ALFRED, born 4 Nov. 1880; died 5 Nov. 1880.
EDITH LAURA, born 28 April 1882.
MABEL EMMA, born 23 June 1884.
ALFRED GAREY, born 17 July 1886.
WILLIAM, born and died 2 July 1892.
Address, Waupaca, Wis., Box 91.

298. JANE HUTCHINS WHITE.

Born July 1858, at Evanston. Entered from Northwestern University
Academy. Ph.B. 1882, Ph.M. Teacher at Lockport, 111., 1880; in Streator
High School, 1881-85; since Instructor of German in Evanston Township
High School. Has traveled and studied in Europe.

Residence, The Evanston, corner Lee St. and Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111.



CLASS OF 1880.

This class presented to the University the bell in the clock tower of
University Hall.

299. BESSIE BRADWELL (HELMER).

Born 20 Oct. 1858, in Chicago. Entered from Chicago High School.
A.B. 1883, A.M. Phi Beta Kappa. 1882, LL.B. from Union College of
Law. Journalist, Chicago, 111. Edited twelve volumes of Bradwell's Appel-



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late Court Reports. Associated with her father, Judge James B. Bradwell,
as editor of Chicago Legal News.

Married Frank A. Helmer, 23 Dec. 1885.

Child MYRA B., born 1889.

Residence, 1428 Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111.

300. JOSEPH COOMBE.

Born 11 Jan. 1850, at Torquay, England. Entered from Northwestern
University Academy. A.B. 1889, A.M. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal.
Member of Illinois Conference, 1880-84 ^supernumerary for three years;
member of Southwestern Kansas Conference, 1887-89; now supernumerary of
Illinois Conference and business manager of large farming interests in Doug-
las, Coles, and Macon Counties.

Married Mary Agnes VanVeghten, 26 June 1879, at Chicago, 111.

Child HARRY NORTON, born 26 March 1880.

Residence, Arcola, 111.

301. NATHAN SMITH DAVIS, JR.

Born 5 Sept. 1858, in Chicago. Prepared at Babcock School, Chicago,
and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1883, A.M. Hinman.
Sigma Chi; Phi Beta Kappa. Hinman prize. 1883, M.D., Chicago Medical
College. Post-graduate courses in medicine at Heidelberg, Germany, and
Vienna, Austria. Physician, Chicago, 111. Instructor in Pathology in North-
western University Medical School, 1884-86; Professor of Principles and Prac-
tice of Medicine and of Clinical Medicine in the same, 1886 ; Dean of same

since 1901; physician to Mercy and Wesley hospitals; consulting physician
to Marion Sims Hospital and Oakwoods Sanitarium. Secretary of Section of
Medicine, Cincinnati meeting of American Medical Association; chairman of
Section of Medicine, last Chicago meeting of Illinois Medical Society ; member
of Council, Section of Pathology, Ninth International Medical Congress; mem-
ber Council, Section of Medicine, First Pan-American Medical Congress; trustee
of Chicago Medical Society, 1897-1900, and of Northwestern University since
1890; vice-president of Chicago Y. M. C. A.; member of U. S. Pharmacopeia
Revision Committee, 1890-1900, and for 1900-1910; vice-president of Con-
vention for Revision of U. S. Pharmacopeia, 1900; president of Chicago
Medico-Legal Society, 1900; vice-president Chicago Society of Internal Medi-
cine, 1 899 ; trustee of Wesley Hospital ; member of American Medical Associ-
ation, American Academy of Medicine, American Climatological Society,
Illinois State Medical Society, Chicago Medical Society, Chicago Academy of
Sciences, Chicago Literary Club, Chicago Pathological Society, etc. Author
of "Consumption: How to Prevent It, and How to Live with It" (F. A.
Davis Co., 1891); "Diseases of the Heart, Lungs, and Kidneys" (F. A. Davis
Co., 1892); "Descriptive Catalogue of North American Batrachia and Rep-
tilia" (1883), etc. Contributor to Journal of American Medical Association,
Chicago Journal and Examiner, North American Practitioner, Medical Re-
corder, Medical Fortnightly, Hare's System of Therapeutics, Medical Standard,
Medical News, etc.






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Married Jessie B. Hopkins, 1884, at Madison, Wis.
Children ELLEN, born 1887; died.

NATHAN SMITH 3d, born 25 June 1889.

RUTH, born 18 May 1893.

WILLIAM DEERING, born 9 March 1897.
Residence, 291 Huron St., Chicago, 111. ; office, 65 Randolph St.

302. FRANK BERRY DYCHE.

Born "18 Feb. 1858, at Mt. Pleasant, Iowa. Entered from Northwestern
University Academy. A.B. 1890, A.M. Hinman. Phi Kappa Sigma.
1883, LL.B., Union College of Law. Lawyer in Chicago.

Married Grace Locke Scripps, 8 Oct. 1896, at Evanston, 111.

Residence, 1896 Sheridan Road, Evanston, 111.

303. CHARLES ALLISON FOULKS.

Born 4 Feb. 1858, at Vincennes, Ind. Entered from Vincennes University.
Ph.B. 1884, Ph.M. Hinman. Sigma Chi. 1885, M.D., Chicago Medical
College. Abstractor of titles, Vincennes, Ind., 1880-82; medical student,
1882-85; resident physician in St. Luke's Hospital, 1885-86; practicing in
Chicago, 1886-88; railroad surgeon in Topeka and Argentine, Kansas, 1888-
90; practicing in Kansas City, Kan., 1890-93; in Vincennes, Ind., 1893-95;
physician and business man in Kansas City, Kan., 1895 .

Married Mary Elliott Root, 10 Aug. 1897, at Vincennes, Ind.

Child HIRAM EDWARD ALLISON, born 9 Jan. 1900.

Residence, cor. 5th and Washington Sts., Kansas City, Kan.

304. ALMON WITTER GREENMAN.
BROTHER OF Nos. 387 AND 470.

Born 18 Nov. 1854, at Newcastle, Ind. Prepared at Fort Wayne College,
De Pauw University Preparatory Department, and at Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. Ph.B. Adelphic. Attended Garrett Biblical Institute,
1878-79. 1888, Ph.M. 1891, Ph.M., Syracuse University. 1892, Ph.D.,
Syracuse. Missionary to Mexico, 1880 ; Puebla Orphanage, May to December ;
pastor in charge of Queretaro Circuit, Jan. 1881-May 1884; in charge of Puebla
Circuit and Instructor in Theological Seminary until Jan. 1886; presiding
elder Eastern District, Instructor in Theological Seminary and Acting Presi-
dent of same, 1886-89; pastor at New Carlisle, Ind., 1889-90; appointed mis-
sionary to South America, Oct. 1890; presiding elder Eastern and Uruguay
Districts, and assistant treasurer of mission, 1891-97; pastor of Boca Mission,
Buenos Ayres, 1897-99; since presiding elder of Buenos Ayres District;
publishing agent and treasurer of South American Mission. Author of con-
troversial brochures in Spanish.

Married Marinda Rosamond Gammon (ex-'81), 17 April 1880, at Odell, 111.

Children EMILY HENRIETTA, born 10 April 1881. (In college 1900 ).

ALMON ANSEL, born 9 Oct. 1882. (In college 1900 ).

JOHN WOLCOTT, born 7 Oct. 1887.

WILLIAM ELIJAH GAMMON, born 13 March 1891.

Residence, 718 Calle Corrientes, Buenos Ayres, Argentine Republic, South
America.



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305. CHARLES HENRY HAMILTON.

Born 11 Feb. 1858, at Ottawa, 111. Entered from Ottawa High School.
B.S. Phi Kappa Sigma. Assistant in chemical laboratory in senior year.
Flour milling at Ottawa, III, 1881-90; retail hardware at same place, 1890-99;
removed to Pasadena, Cal., 27 March 1900.

Married Carrie E. Manley, 12 Sept. 1882, at Ottawa, 111.

Children MARION MANLEY, born 12 Jan. 1890.
ALICE, born 6 Dec. 1891.

Residence, 690 East California St., Pasadena, Cal.



306. SIDNEY MUNSON HARRIS.

Born 21 Jan. 1854, at Panton, Vt. Prepared in Middlebury (Vt.) High
School and College. A.B. Phi Kappa Sigma. Teacher, preacher and
farmer.

Married Alice Jane Bristol, 29 Sept. 1881, at Panton, Vt.
Children CORYDON S., born 1882.
LIONEL M., born 1884.
JENNIE A., born 1886.
Residence, unknown.



307. GEORGE WASHINGTON HEWITT.

Born 31 July 1859, at Franklin Grove, 111. Entered from Northwestern
University Academy. A.B. 1886, A.M. Attended Union College of Law,
1880-82. Lawyer in Council Bluffs, Iowa.

Residence, Council Bluffs, Iowa.



308. ROBERT BASIL JESSUP, JR.

Born 21 April 1858, at Vincennes, Ind. Prepared at Vincennes School.
Ph.B. Sigma Chi. Attended College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York
City. Physician. Practiced in New York City four years; house surgeon
Chambers Street Hospital; now practicing in Vincennes.

Married Rose Keys of Vincennes, Ind., 4 Sept. 1889.

Residence, Vincennes, Ind.



309. DUSTON KEMBLE.

Born 12 June 1855, at W. Independence, Ohio. Prepared at Bryan (O.)
Normal and Union Schools, and Northwestern University Academy. A.B.
Adelphic. Phi Beta Kappa. Editor Tripod, 1880. 1885, A.M. 1882,
B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. 1896, D.D., Baldwin University. Mis-
sionary to Guanajuato, Mexico, 1881-86. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal,
preaching in Ohio; presiding elder of Cleveland District, 1896-1902. Member
of North Ohio Conference. Member General Conference of 1900. Published
"The Higher Realism," 1903.






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Married Margaret A. Day, 8 Sept. 1880.
Children THOMAS S., born 1881.

EDWIN C., born 1889.

ARTHUR C., born 1898;
Residence, Bucyrus, Ohio.



310. NELLIE AMANDA LEWIS (BARNES).

Born 18 May 1858, at New Lenox, 111. Entered from Joliet High School.
B.L.

Married Julian Barnes, 22 Aug. 1881, at New Lenox, 111.
Children JULIAN L., born 1885.

ERMA L., born 1891.
Residence, 410 Richards St., Joliet, 111.

311. E. JOHN LIPPS.

Entered college from Milwaukee, Wis. Ph.B. Sigma Chi. Silk im-
porter, Lyons and Paris, France, and New York City.
Residence, South Bethlehem, Pa.

312. GEORGE MERRITT.

Born 15 July 1855, near Barrington, 111. Entered from Chicago High
School. A.B. Hinman. 1884, A.M. 1882, B.D., Garrett Biblical Insti-
tute. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Member of Minnesota Conference.
Pastorates at Jackson, Minn., 1882; Hector, 1883; Ortonville, 1884; Ada,
1885; Little Falls, 1886. Transferred to Northern New York Conference.
Pastorates at Oswego Center, 1887-88; Trenton, 1889-90; Taberg, 1891-93;
Oriskany Falls, 1894-95; Vermillion, 1896; Henderson, 1897-98; Martinsburg,



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