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McLane.J.W... 1868-72

Curtis, E 1873-86

Peabody, G. L

1884-1903

Herter, C. A i93~

Lambert, S. W. . . . 1903-

Neurology

Seguin, E.C 1874-87

Starr, M. A 1889-

Peterson, F 1903-

Obstetrics

Tennant, J. V. B

1767-70

Crosby, E 1785-88

Rogers, J. R. B

1792-1808
Buchanan, W. C

1808-13
Delafield, E. (Enter.)...

1860-75

Thomas, T. G. . . 1863-79
McLane, J. W. . 1872-98

Cragin, E. B 1889-

Partridge, E. L. 1892-93
Painter, H. McM . . 1904-

Pathology

Middleton, P 1767-76

Dalton, J.C 1860-83

Clark, A 1860-82

Curtis, J. G 1876-88

Delafield, F 1876-92

Prudden.T. M 1892-

Hiss, P. H., Jr 1903-

Wood, F. C 1904-

Hodenpyl, E 1904-

Bailey, F. R 1904-

Larkin, J.H 1906-



CLASSIFICATION BY DEPARTMENTS



73



Physiological Chemistry
Chittenden, R. H. (Lec-
turer) 1898-1903

Gies, W. J 1902-

Physiology

Middleton, P. . . .1767-76

Dalton, J. C 1860-89

Curtis, J.G 1876-

Lee, P. S 1895-

Opitz, R. Burton. .1904-

Practice of Medicine

Bard, S 1767-76

Kissam, B I 78s~

Romayne, N... .1785-87
Hamersley,W.i792-i83i

Nicoll, S 1792-94

-Stevens, E 1794-95

Osborn, J. C. . . . 1808-13

Smith, J. M 1860-66

Clark, A 1860-82

Metcalfe, J. T. .1866-75
Delafield, E... 1876-1901
Draper, W. H. . . 1880-98
Kinnicut, F. R. . . . 1893 -

Chaplain

Duffey, C. R 1857-91

Monthly appointments. .

1891-92

Van De Water, G. R. . .

1892-1905

Grannis, A 1905-06

Oldham, G. A. . . 1906-07

Organist

Warren, G. W

1875-1902

Warren, R. H. .1902-04
Ward, F. E 1904-



Ball, A. B 1897-1905

James, W. B 1902-

Thatcher, J.S 1903-

Jackson, F. W 1906-

Surgery

Jones, J 1767-76

McKnight, C 1785-92

Bailey, R 1793-1811

Mott, V 1811-13

Stevens, A. H. (Enter.)
1860-1869

Parker, W 1 860-81

Markoe, T. M. . ..1860-91

Delmold, W 1862-66

Sands, H. B 1870-88

Weir, R.F 1884-

Bull, W. T 1887-1904

McBurney, C 1889-

Markoe, T. M 1900-

Hartley, F i goo-
Blake, J. A ^OS-
Brewer, G. E I 93~

(Genito-Urinary Surgery)
Bumstead, F. J.. 1867-71

Buildings and Grounds

Hutton, F. R

Porter, H. F. J. . 1886-90
Weeks, S. R... .1886-90
(1840-86 Janitor)

Beebe, W. H. H 1890

Darling, E. A 1890-99

Goetze, F. A 1899-

Norris, H. L J 93~

Medical Visitor

Jessup, D. S. D. . .1903-



Otis, F.-N 1871-91

Taylor, R.W.. 1891-1904
Hayden, J. R 1904-

Clinical Instruction

Draper, W. H. . . 1869-79
Lefferts, G. M. 1874-1904

Fox, G. H 1881-

Buck, A. H. . . 1888-1904
Knapp, H. . . . 1888-1902

Gibney, V. P 1894-

Simpson, W. K 1904-

Knapp, A. H 1904-

Bacon, G 1904-

Chappell,W.F....i9o6-

Pharmacy

Coblentz, V 1904-

Diekman, G. C. . .1904-

Ferguson, S. A

1904-1906

Jelliffe, S. E 1904-

Oehler, J 1904-

Rusby, H. H 1904-

Vorisek, A 1906-



Library

" The Junior Professor"
1821-37

Moore, N. F. . . .1837-39
Schaeffer, G. C.. 183 9-4 7

Ravenhill, L 1847-51

Weeks, S. R 1849-86

Jones, W. A 1851-83

Betts, B.R 1865-83

Dewey, M 1883-89

Baker, G. H 1889-99

Nelson, C. A 1893-

Canfield, J. H 1899-



SUBJECTS NO LONGER IN PROGRAM OF STUDIES



Agriculture and Arts de-
pending thereon
Mitchill, S. L.I 792-1 802



Library Ec&nomy
Dewey, M 1884-89



Medical Jurisprudence
Ordronaux, J . . .1860-97

St. John, S 1860-76

Thomas, T. G. .1863-79



OFFICERS IN THE SUMMER SESSION NQT HOLDING OTHER
APPOINTMENTS IN THE UNIVERSITY



Lewis Burton Alger, A.M. 1901

Education, Session 1904

Mary G. Allerton

Physical Education, Session 1906

Herman Vandenberg Ames

A.B. Amherst '88, A.M. '90, Ph.D.

Harvard '91
History, Session 1906

Mary Perle Anderson

B.S.Mt Hoi yoke '90
Nature Study, Session 1903

Fred Washington Atkinson

A.B. Harvard '90, Ph.D. Leipzig '93
Philippine Islands, Session 1903

Jessie Hubbell Bancroft

Physical Training, Sessions 1900, 1901,
1902, 1904

Cheshire Lowton Boone

Manual Training, Sessions 1905, 1906

Wilbur Lucius Cross

A.B. Yale '85. Ph.D '89
English Literature, Session 1903

Henry Stoddard Curtis

A.B. Yale '9?. Ph.D. Clark, '98
Physical Training, Session 1 903

Charles Townshend Dade, M.D.
V

Medicine, Session 1903

Earle Wilbur Dow

A.B. Michigan '91
History, Session 1906

Andrew Wheatley Edson

A.B. Dartmouth '78. A.M. '81
School Management and Supervision,
Sessions 1902, 1903

John Erskine, Ph.D. 1903

English, Session 1906

Frank Albert Fetter

A.B. Indiana, '91, Ph.M. Cornell 'oa.

Ph.D. Halle '94
Economics, Session 1906

Walter Lynwood Fleming, Ph.D.
1904

History, Session 1905

Henry David Gray, Ph.D. 1904

English, Session 1905



John William Hall, B.S. 1901

Speyer School, Sessions 1904, 1905

Mellen Woodman Haskell

A.B. Harvard! '83, A.M. '85, Ph.D.

Gattingen '89
Mathematics, Session 1906

Ernest Norton Henderson, Ph.D.
1903

History of Education, Sessions -1902,
1906

George Holston

Drawing, Session 1906

Herman Horrell Home

A.B. North Carolina '95, A.M. Har-
vard '97, Ph.D. '99
Education, Session 1905

George Edwin Howes

A.B. Harvard '86. A.M. '90, Ph.D.

'95
Greek, Session 1906

Joseph Jastrow

A.B. Pennsylvania '83. A.M. '85,

Ph.D. Johns Hopkins '86
Psychology. Session 1 903

Charles Hubbard Judd

A.B. Wesleyan '94, Ph.D. Leipzig '96
Psychology, Session 1904

Calvin N. Kendall

A.B. Hamilton '8a, A.M. Yale 1900
Education, Session 1904

Edwin Asbury Kirkpatrick

B.S. Ames '87, Ph.M. '89
Psychology, Session 1906

George Kriehn

A.B. William Jewell '87, Ph.D. Strass-

burg '93
History of Art, Sessions 1905, 1906

Charles Alexander McMurry

Ph.D. Halle '8?

Theory and Practice of Teaching, Ses-
sions 1901, 1902

Lida Brown McMurry

Elementary Teaching, Session 1900

Laurin Hovey Martin

Manual Training, Session 1905

William Seymour Monroe

A.B. Stanford '94
Psychology, Session 1904



74



OFFICERS IN THE SUMMER SESSION



75



Frank Gardner Moore

A.B. Yale, '86 Ph.D. '90
Latin, Session 1906

Walter Bowers Pillsbury

A.B. Nebraska '92, Ph D. Cornell '96
Psychology, Session 1905

William Roy Smith, Ph.D. 1903

History, Session 1904

Henry Snyder

A.B. Lafayette '78, A.M. '88
Education, Session 1906

Frank Louis Soldan

LL.D. (Hon,) Sputh Carolina '81
Education, Session 1903



Edward Lawrence Stevens

A.B. Hamilton '90, A.M. '93
Education, Session 1905

Frank Thilly

A.B. Cincinnati '87, Ph.D. Heidel-
berg '91
Philosophy, Session 1906

Chauncey Wetmore Wells

A.B. Yale '96
English, Session 1905

Roland Hugh Williams, A.M.
1904

Asst Chemistry, Session 1903



OFFICERS OF EXTENSION TEACHING NOT HOLDING OR HAVING
HELD OTHER APPOINTMENTS IN THE UNIVERSITY



Anna Barrows

Domestic Science, 1905

Albert Hermann Beyer

Reinforced Concrete Construction,
1906

Calvin Brainerd Cady

Music, 1906

Mari Ruef Hofer

Music, 1904

Charles Johnston

History, 1905

Allen Mark Knowles

Structural Design, 1906

Marion B. B. Langzettel

Kindergarten, 1906



Ada M. Locke

Kindergarten, 1906

Daniel Gregory Mason

A.B. Harvard 1895
Music, 1904

James Sawyer

Structural Design, 1006

Arthur Alexander Stoughton,
PH.B. '88

Architecture, 1906

Thomas Whitney Surette

Music, 1903

F. E. Thompson

Educational Psychology, 1906

Wendell Douglas Volk

Domestic Art, 1903-5



GRADUATES IN ARTS
COLUMBIA COLLEGE



1758

Joshua Bloomer* (Rev.), A.M.

1761, S.T D. 1700, Capt. and Major
Prov. Regt from Westchester in 1759

act. 55 *i7QQ

Isaac Ogden* (L)

Memb. Prov. Congr. N. J., Judge
Supr. Ct Canada

Samuel Provoost* (Rev.), A.M.

1761, A.B. St Peter's Coll. Camb.
Univ. Eng. 1765, S.T.D. Univ. Penn.
1786, Regent Univ. N. Y. S. 1784-7,
Bishop P. E. Ch. N. Y. 1787-1815
(see p. 16) aet. 73 *i8is

Joseph Reade* (L)

Master in Chanc. N. J.

Rudolph Ritzema*

Lt.-Col. H. B. M. Army "-1803

PhilipVanCortlandt,*A.M. 1761

Major H. B. M. Army aet. 75 *i8i4

Samuel Verplanck,* A.M. 1763

(see p. 15) aet. 81 *i8ao

1759 7

Epenetus Townsend* (Rev.)

A.M. 1762 *i779

William Hanna* (Rev.), A.M.

1765 and Yale 1768 2

I76O

Samuel Bayard,* A.M. 1763

Dep. Sec. of Colony, Dep. Reg. of the
Ordin. and Prerog. Ct, Major H. B.
M. Army aet. 76 *i8i6

Anthony Hoffman,* A.M. 1763

Mem. of Legis. 1783, Sec. of Gov. of
the Province, Regent Univ. N. Y. S.
1784-7

Philip Livingston,* A.M. 1763

Memb. N. Y. Prov. Congr. (see p. 1 7)

aet. 64 *i8o8

John Marston,* A.M. 1763
Robert Watts,* A.M. 1763



Isaac Wilkins* (Rev.), A. M.

1763, S.T.D. 1811, Memb. Gen.
Assemb. of N.Y. 1772-5 aet. 89 *i830

I 7 6l

Henry Holland* (L), A.M. 1764

Memb. N. Y. Legis. 1761-9

Anthony Lispenard*

Pres. Elector 1800 aet. 64 *i8o6

Henry Van Dyck* (Rev.), A.M.

1764, S.T.D. Rutgers 1792 aet. 60 *i8o4

1762

Edward Antill,* A.M. 1765

Eng. Off. Siege of Quebec, Lt.-Col
Canadian Regt. 1776-81, and Cont'l
Inf'y 1781-3 aet. 47 *i?89

Henry Cuyler,* A.M. 1765
William Cornelius George*

and Yale 1762

John Grinnell*

Capt. 3d Regt N.Y. Cont'l Artillery
1775-6

Alexander Leslie* (EDUC), A.M.

1765, Master Gram. Sch. King's Coll.
(see p. 48)

Leonard Lispenard*

Del. Prov. Congr. N. Y. 1775, Regent
Univ. N. Y. S. 1784-7 (see pp. 22,
49) aet. 47 *I7QO

William Benjamin Nicoll Mave-
rick*
Daniel Robert* (L)

H. B. M. Atty-Gen. for St Christo-
pher's g

1763

Barent Cuyler,* A.M. 1766
Abraham De Peyster,* A.M.

1766, Capt. H. B.M.A., Treas. Colony

of New Bruns. aet. 55 *i798

1764

Richard H arisen* (L), A.M.

Sec. Regents of the Univ. 1784-90,



77



COLUMBIA COLLEGE



[1764-70



D.C.L. Univ. Oxford. Del. to N. Y.
Constitut. Conv. 1788. Memb. N. Y.
Assemb. 1788-0. U. S. Dist. Att. N.
Y. 1780-1801. Recorder N. Y. City
1798-1801 (see p. 17) act. 82 *i8a$

John Jay* (L), A.M. 1767, LL.D.

Harv. 1790, Brown >794. and Univ.
of Edin. 1792, Del. to Congr. 1774,

1775, Memb. Prov. Conv. N. Y. 1776,
Ch.-Just. N. Y. 1777. Pres. National
Congr. 1778. Min. Plenipo. to Spain.
1779, U. S. Peace Commr 1781-3,
U S. Sec. For. Aff. 1784, Del. to
Congr. 1784. Regent Univ. N. Y. S.
1784-00, Del. to Fed. Constit. Conv.

1787, Del. to N. Y. S. Constit. Conv.

1788, Ch.-Just. U. S. i78o-;94, U.S.
Envoy Ex. to Gt Britain 1794,
Governor N. Y. 1795-1801 act. 84 *i8a9

1765

Egbert Benson* (L), A.M. 1768

LL.D. Union 1779, Harv. 1808, and
Dart. 181 1, Memb. Prov. Conv. N. Y.

1776. Atty-Gen. N. Y. 1777-87, Del.
to Cont'l Congr. 1781-4, Regent
Univ. N. Y. S. 1782-1802, Bound.
Commr bet. N. Y. and Mass. 1784
and bet. N. Y. and Conn. 1790, Rep.
in Congr. 1789-92, 1813, N. Y. As-
semb. 1788, Judge Supr. Ct N. Y.
1794-1801, Ch. Judge U. S. Circ. Ct

N. Y. 1801-2 (see p. 17) act. 87 "1833

Richard Grant*

Garrison Chaplain, St Johns

Robert R. Livingston* (L), A.M.

1768, and Princeton, LL.D. Univ.
N. Y. S. 1792, Recorder N.Y. City
1773. Del. to Cont'l Congr. 1775-7,
i779-8i, Memb. N. Y. Constit. Conv.
1777 Chanc. N. Y. 1777-1801. U. S.
Sec. For Aff. 1781-3, Regent Univ.
N. Y. S. 1784-7. Del. to Fed. Constit.
Conv. 1787, U. S. Min. Plenipo. to
France 1801-4 act. 66 *i8i3

Henry Lloyd,* A. M. 1769

act. 82 *i8as

Arent Schuyler*

1766 S

James Barclay,* A.M. 1769

H. B. M. Army

Gerard Beekman,* A.M. 1769

Lieut. Ind. N. Y. Militia 1776 act. 73 *i822

Richard Nicholls Golden*

Ensign 42d Royal Highlanders i 767-

72, Surv. of Customs, N. Y. act. 31 *i777

Richard D 'Oilier*
Edward Nicoll,* A.M. 1769

Lieut. N. Y. Militia 1776

John Ray,* A.M. 1773



Henry Rutgers*



Lt. N. Y. Militia 1775. Lt. Malcolm s
Regt N. Y. Vol. InTy 1776. Memb.
.(Assemb. N. Y. 1784. 1800-5, 1807-8,



Regent Univ. N. Y. S. i8o2-a6.
Trustee Princeton 1804-17. Pres.
Elector 1808, 1816, 1820, Pres. of
Electors 1816 and 1820 aet. 85 +1830



John Troup,* A.M. 1769



'1775



John Troup, Jr.,* A.M. 1769

act. 70 *i8i7

John Vardill* (Rev.), A.M. 1769

(see p. 64) *i8n

John Watts,* A.M. 1769

Memb. Assemb. N. Y. 1788-0 and



Speaker 1791-2-3. Judge West-
chester Co. N. Y., Recorder N. Y.



1704
II



City, 1774-6

1767

William Laight,* A.M. 1770

Asst Brigade Maj. H. B. M.'A.

aet. 53 *i8o4

Peter Van Schaack* (L), A.M.

1773, LL.D. 1826. Commr for Revis-
ing Colonial Statutes N. Y. 1773

aet. 85 *i832

1768 2

Charles Doughty,* A.M. 1771

M.D. 1772, Surg. in British Regt
Loyal Vols. in N. Y.

James Ludlow,* A.M. 1771
Benjamin Moore* (Rev.), A.M.

1771, S.T.D. 1789, Regent Univ. N.
Y. S. 1787-1802, Bishop P. E. Ch.
N. Y. 1801-16 (see pp. 17, 22, 52)

aet. 68 *i8i6

Gouverneur Morris* (L), A.M.

1771, Memb. Prov. Conv. N.Y. 1775,
Del. to Cont'l Congr. 1777-80, Asst
Supt Finance 1781-5, Del. to Fed.
Constit. Conv. 1787, U. S. Special
Commr to Eng. 1789-92, U. S. Min.
to France 1792-4, U. S. Sen. 1800-3,
Canal Commissioner of N. Y. 1810-5
(see p. 18) aet. 65 *i8i6

John Stevens* (ENG), A.M. 1771

Treas. New Jersey 1776-9, Builder of

the first locomotive aet. 89 *i838

Gulian Verplanck*

Memb. 178891, 1796-7 and Speaker
House Assemb. N. Y. 1790, 1796-7,
Regent Univ. N. Y. S. 1790-9, Pres.
Bk of N. Y. 1791-9 aet. 48 *i799

1769

Caleb Cooper,* A.M. 1771

and Princeton 1771

1770

James Creighton,* A.M. 1773
John Doughty* (Rev.)

act. 72 *i8a6



1770-75]



GRADUATES IN ARTS



79



Jonathan Graham*

and Yale 1770

Richard Harris,* A.M.

*i78o

William Hubbard,* A.M. 1773

Memb. Prov. Assemb., Ch.-Just. Ct
Com. Pleas and Judge Ct Claims,
Nova Scotia *i8i3

Stephen Lush,* A.M. 1773

Capt. N. Y. Vols. 1776, Actg Judge
Adv. Contl Army 1777, N. Y.
Assemb. 1792-3, 1803-6. N. Y. Sen.
1801-2 *i82S

John Rutgers Marshall* (Rev.)

A.M. 1773

Philip Pell,* A.M. 1773

Lieut. N. Y. Vols 1776, Depy Judge
Adv. Contl Army 1777, N. Y. As-
semb. 1779-81, 1784-6, Judge Adv.
Gen. U. S A. 1781-3, Regent Univ.
. N. Y. S. 1784-7, Surrogate West-
chester Co. 1787-1800, Memb. Con-
gress 1788 act. 51 *i8n

1771

Ichabod Best Barnet,* A.M. 1774
Clement Cooke Clarke,* A.M.

1774

John Copp* (EDUC), A.M. 1774

ist Liiut. ist Regt N. Y. Contl
Infy 1 7 75, Capt. Nicholson's Contl
Regt at Quebec 1776, Capt. ist
Regt N. Y. Contl Infy 1776-9

Henry De Wint,* A.M. 1774

Thomas Knox*

John Searle,* A.M. 1774

1772
Thomas Barclay*

Maj. H. B. M. Army 1777, Speaker
Assembly Nova Scotia, Adj. Gen.
Nova Scotia, British Commr under
"Jay's Treaty" and under Treaty of
Ghent, British Consul Gen. at N. Y.
1799-1812 act. 77 *i83o

John Bowden* (Rev.), A.M.

1775. S. T. D. 1797 (see p. 31)

aet. 66 *i8i7

John King*

Com'sary H. B. M. Army 1799,
Commr of Police N. Y.

Nicholas Ogden*

Adj. H. B. M. Army aet.. 58 *i8i2

Peter Roebuck,* A.M. 1775
Andrew Skeene*

Subaltern H. B. M. 6th Dragoons

and Capt. 9th Dragoons aet. 73 *i826



1773

Cornelius Bogert*

Lt. N. Y. Ind. Forces 1776 aet. 78 *i8s2

Frederick Philipse*

Capt. Dragoons British Army *i?8s

Nathaniel Philipse*

Ensign H. B. M. Army aet. 21 *J777

Beverley Robinson*

Lt.-Col. H. B. M. Army aet. 65 *i8i6

Thomas Shreve* (Rev.)

aet. 64 *i8i6
1774

Isaac Abrahams*

Robert Nicholls Auchmuty*

Officer H. B. M. Army *i8i3

William Chandler*

Capt. H. B. M. Army aet. 28 *i74

Edward Dunscomb*

Lieut, ist Regt N. Y. Militia Vol.
Infy 1775-6, Lt. 4th Regt. N. Y.
Militia Vol. Infy 1775-6, Lt. 4th
Regt N. Y. Contl Inly 1776 and
Capt.-Lieut. 1778 and Capt. 1780-1,
Sheriff N. Y. City x8io-i (see p. 17)

aet. 68 *i8i4

Nicholas Heyliger*

John Jauncey*

Henry Nicoll*

George Ogilvie* (Rev.), A.M.

Princeton 1788 aet. 39 *i797

John Rapelje*
Benjamin Seaman*
Edward Stevens,* M.D.

elsewhere. Special Commr to San
Domingo 1793 ( see P- 61)

Robert Troup* (L), LL.D.

elsewhere, 2d Lt. ist Regt N. Y.
Militia Vol. Infy 1775, Capt.-Lieut.
zd Regt Contl Corps Art'y 1777,
Maj. and Aide to Maj. -Gen. Gates
1777, Lt.-Col. and Depy Muster
Master-Gen. 1777, Secy to Board
of War 1778-9. Judge U. S. Dist. Ct
N. Y. 1796 (seep. 18) aet. 75 *i832



1775






William Amory*
Richard Auchmuty*

Surgeon H. B. M. Army *i78z

Samuel Auchmuty*

G. C. B. Adj.-Gen. 526 Regt H. B.
M. Army, Gov. of Isle of Thanet
1802, Brig. -Gen. Comm. British
Forces at Capture of Montevideo
1806, Maj. -Gen. Comm. at Madras,
Lt.-Gen. in command at capture of
Java, Gen. Comm. the Forces in Ire-
land in 1822

aet. 64 *i8z2



8o



COLUMBIA COLLEGE



[1775-87



"1837



William Cock,* A.M. 1790

Joseph Griswold*

John William Livingston*

Lt. N. Y. Independ. Forces 1776

act. 83 "1829

Jacobus Remsen*

1776 ?

Samuel Bayard*
James Devereux*
Peter Kissam*
Matthias Nicholl* (M)

Peter Ogderr*
Marinus Willett*

6

On April 6, 1776. the College bufld-
ings were occupied for military pur-
poses. The College did not fully re-
sume its functions until the close of the
war, and no degrees were conferred
until 1786. The following candidates
had been admitted, but did not com-
plete their course on account of the
disturbed state of public affairs:

In 1774 f

Thomas Atwood*
John Brickell*
David Clarkson*
Samuel Deall*
James De Peyster*

Lt. and Capt. H. B. M. Army aet. 36 *i?93

John Gaine*

aet. 26 *i?87

Alexander Hamilton,* A.M.

1788 and Harv. 1792, LL.D. Dart.
1790, Princeton 1791, Harv. 1792,
and Rutgers 1791, Capt. U. S. A.

1776, Lt.-Col. staff of Washington

1777, Memb. Congr. 1782, Regent
Univ. N. Y. S. 1784-7. N. Y. Leg.

1786, Del. to U. S. Constit. Conven.

1787, Sec. Treasury U. S. 1789-95,
Maj.-Gen. U. S. A. 1798 (see p. 16)

aet. 47 *i8o4

Tristrim Lowther*
Schuyler Lupton*
Edward Cornwallis Moncrieff*
Daniel Moore*

Ensign i6th N. Y. Regt 1778

Paul Randall*
Nicholas Romeyn*

(see pp. 17. 5)

Jacob Shaw*
Horatio Smith*
James Stiles*



John Whitaker*

Ensign Goshen Regt Militia 1776,
Capt. 1783

In 1775 f

Benjamin Kissam,* M.D.

elsewhere (see pp. 17, 47) aet. 44 *i8o.j

Thomas Groesbeck Lynch*
Thomas Lambert Moore* (Rev.)

A.M. 1790 *i70o

Jacob Morris*

A. D. C. to Gen. Greene, Memb. N.
Y. Senate and Assembly

Augustus Nicoll*
Magnus Oudenaarde*
Peter Oudenaarde*
Edward Therin*

In 1777 f
James Delancy Walton*

Admiral H. B. M. Navy aet. 73 '1834

William Walton*

aet. 47 '1806



1786

John Bassett* (Rev.)

and Yale 1786, A. M. 1789, S.T.D.
Williams 1804, Prof. Hebrew Rutgers
1797-1815 and Trustee 1788-1824

aet. 60 '1824

De Witt Clinton* (L), A.M. 1789

LL.D. 1826, Rutgers 1812, and Ohio
Univ. 1825, N.Y.Assemb. 1797, N.Y.
Sen. 1798-1802, 1805-11. Memb.
Constit. Conv. N. Y. 1801, U. S. Sen.
1802-4, Mayor N. Y. City 1803-7,
1800-10, 1811-5, Regent Univ. N.
Y. S. 1808-25, Lt.-Gov. 1811-3. N.
Y. Canal Commr 1816-24, Gov. [N.
Y. 1817-21, 1825-8 aet. 59 *i828

Abraham Hun,* A.M. 1789

George Livingston*

Philip H. Livingston,* A.M. 1789

act. 62 *i83i

Samuel Smith, Jr.,* A.M.
Peter Steddiford* (Rev.), A.M.

1789, Trustee Rutgers 1788-1826 *i826

Francis Sylvester* (L), A.M. 1789



1787

Samuel Boyd* (L)

(see p. 1 8)

Nicholas Fonda*

John Gary Ludlow* (L), A.M.

1793



S



[1787-91



GRADUA TES IN ARTS



Si



Henry Cruger Van Schaack*

aet. 28 *i7Q7

John W. Yates* (B)



1788



aet. 58 *i8a8
5



James Cochran* (L), A.M. 1791

Repr. in Congr. 1797-9, Regent
Univ. N. Y. S. 1796-1820, N. Y.
Senate 1814-8 *i848

John Eccles* (P)

Peter Schuyler Livingston*

and Yale, Princeton 1788, and Harv.

1790, A.M. 1791 aet. 35 *i8o7

Brandt Schuyler Lupton* (Rev.)

*I790

Daniel Crommelin Verplanck*

(L), .A.M. 1788, Judge Dutchess Co.
N. Y. 1828-30, Repr. in Congr.
1803-9 aet. 79 *i844

1789 5

John T. Bainbridge*
James Chatham Duane* (L)

Trustee Union 1805-43 *i843

William Hurst*
Henry Izard*
William Lupton, Jr.*



John Mitchell Mason* (Rev.)

A.M. Princeton 1794, S.T.D. Univ.
Penn. 1804, Pres. Dickinson 1821-4
(see pp. 17, 19, Si) aet - 6o *i82o

Matthew Mesier*

Memb. N. Y. Assembly 1820

Peter Mesier* (L)

John Remsen* (L)

John Peter Van Ness,* A.M.

1845, Repr. in Congr. 1801-3, Mayor

City of Washington 1830-4 aet. 76 * 184 6



I7QO






David Schuyler Bogart* (Rev.)

and Princeton 1791 aet. 69 *i839

Marmaduke Earle* (Rev.)

aet. 63 *i8 3 2

Jonathan Freeman* (Rev.) A.M.

1800 and Princeton 1809 *i&23

George Graham*

Capt. U. S. A. i8!2, Chief Clerk U. S



. . .

War Dept 1813-5 and Actg Sec.
Office
aet. 56 *i830



War Dept

1815-7, Commr U. S. Land



John Graham*

Member Ky Leg., Sec. Territory of
Orleans, Sec. Am. Legation to
Spain, Chief Clerk U. S. State Dept
1801-9, U. S. Min. to Portugal 1817-
20 aet. 46 *i82o

Frederick Halsey*

1791 6

Peter Anderson,* A.M. 1795

M.D. 1795

Anthony Bleecker* (L), A.M.

1797, Examiner_injChanceryj_aet. 57 *i8a7

William Bleecker* (L)

William Temple Broome,* A.M.

1797

Walter L. Cochran*

Pierre Edward Fleming,* A.M.
1797

William Hendell, Jr.* (Rev.)

S.T.D. 1828

Cave Jones* (Rev.), A.M. 1794

S.T.D. elsewhere. Princ. U. S. Naval
Sem'y B'klyn, Chaplain U. S. Navy

aet. 59 *i829

Isaac Knevils*
John Knevils*
Lancaster Lupton*

*i8o 3

John W. Mulligan* (L), A.M.

1834, Surrogate N. Y. City 1810,
Clerk N. Y. CQ. 1813-5, U. S.
Consul at Athens, Greece, 1848

aet. 90 *i864

Charles Ludlow Ogden* (M)

aet. 51 *i826

Thomas Ludlow Ogden* (L)

(see p. 18) aet. 71 *i844

Daniel Paris* (L)

N. Y. Sen. 1810-3

George Rapelje* (L)

aet. 64 *i835

Frederic Van Home* (Rev.)

A.M. 1795

William Beekman Verplanck*

Memb. Assemb. from Dutchess Co.
N. Y. 1796-8, Co. Judge Orange Co.
N. Y. 1807-23 *i8o4

Nathan Herrick White* (L), A.M.

1795
Jesse Woodhull, Jr.*

aet. 44 *i8is

James Woods* (L), A.M. 1804

21



82



COLUMBIA COLLEGE



\ ' 792-94



1792

Gerard Beekman*
Cornelius Brower* (Rev.)

aet. 75 *i4S

Alexander Hosack,* M.D. 1797
John Barent Johnson* (Rev.)

aet. 34 *i8o4

James Witter Nicholson*

*i8 S i

John L. Norton*

Jotham Post, Jr.,* A.M. 1795

M.D. 1793, Memb. N. Y. Assemb.
1795, 1805-8, Repr. in Congr. 1813-5

aet. 46 *i8i7

Alexander Proudfit*(Rev.),A.M.

Union 1792, S.T.D. Middlebury 1811
and Williams 1812, Trustee Union
1798-1844 aet. 75 *i844

Jacob Sickles* (Rev.), A.M.

Union 1797, S.T.D. Rutgers 1832

aet. 73 *i845

Samuel Smith* (Rev.), A.M.

Union 1797 and Trustee 1795-1800

George Taylor* (M)
William Taylor* (M)

1793

John Brower*

George Clinton, Jr.* (L)

Del. Const. Conv. 1801, Memb. N. Y.
Assembly 1804-5, Repr. in Congr.
1805-9

William Cutting* (L)

Sheriff N". Y. City 1807-8 aet. 46 *i82o

Cornelius Decker, Jr.* (M)
George I. Backer* (L), A.M. 1797
Samuel Gilford, Jr.* (M)
Charles D. Goold* (M), A.M.

1797

Robert Heaton, Jr.,* A.M. 1797

U. S. A.

John I. Johnson*
Samuel Jones, Jr.* (L)

and Yale 1790, LL.D. 1826 and
Union 1841, Memb. N. Y. Assemb.
1812-4. Recorder N. Y. City 1823,
Chancellor N. Y. S. 1826-8, Cn.-Just.
Supr. Ct N. Y. 1828-48, Justice
Supreme Ct N Y. 1847-9 aet. 83 *i853

Edward William Laight* (L)

Memb. N. Y. Assemb. 1816 (see p. 18)

Henry William Ludlow* (F)
Henry Masterson* (L)



Philip Milledoler* (Rev.), A.M.

1797, S.T.D. Univ. Penn., Prof. Mor.
Phil. 1825-41 and Pres. Rutgers
1825-40 and Trustee 1815-40

aet. 77 *i8s2

John Nicholl,* A.M. 1797
Robert B. Norton* (L)
Abraham Ogden* (M)

aet. 72 *i846

James Parker* (M)

Memb. N. J. Leg., Boundary Commr
N. J. 1807, 1827. 1831, Pres. Elector
N. J. 1824. U. S. Collector Perth
Amboy, N. J. 1829-33, Repr- ? n
Congr. 1833-7, Memb. of theConstit.
Conv. N. J. 1844 aet. 92 *i868

Jonathan Pearsee, Jr.* (L)
Valentine H. Peters* (M)
John S. Schermerhorn* (M)
Gilbert Smith,* M.D. elsewhere
Thomas R. Smith* (M)
James S. Stringham,* A.M. 1797

M.D. Univ. Edinb. 1790, Prof. Med.
Juris. Coll. Phys. and Surg. N. Y.
1813-7 (see p. 61) aet. 42 *i8i?

Thomas Thompson*

Cornelius Augustus Van Home*

(M)

Elias Brevoort Woodward* (L)

Judge N. W. Territory
1794

William Cocks*
John E. Fisher* (M)
John Forbes*

Libr. N. Y. Soc. Lib. 1794-1824,
Cornmr for improving and laying out
city of N. Y. 1808-24 ' aet. 53 ^1824

Levi P. Graham* (L)
Montgomery Hunt*

Pres. Elector 1816 aet. 60 *i837

Jacob Jones Janeway* (Rev.)

A.M. 1797. S.T.D. elsewhere, V.-
Pres. Rutgers 1833-9, Trustee
Rutgers and Princeton, Director
Princeton Theol. Sem. aet. 84 *i8s8

Peter Augustus Jay* (L), A.M.

and Yale 1798, LL.D. 1835 and
Harv. 1831, Memb. N. Y. Assemb.
1816, Recorder N. Y. City 1819-20,
Memb. N. Y. Constit. Conv., Pres.
N. Y. Hist. Soc. (see p. 18) aet. 67 *i843

Cyrus King* (L)

Repr. in Congr. 1813-7 aet. 43 *i8i7

Leffert Lefferts, Jr.* (L)

County Clerk Kings Co. N. Y. 1800-5



1794-97]



GRADUA TES IN ARTS



Commr in Chancery 1805-23, Tudge
Ct Com. Pleas Kings Co. &. Y.
1823-31 aet. 73 *i84?

Jacob Ogden Mackie* (M)
Samuel B. Malcolm* (L)
Gilbert Milligan,* M.D.

elsewhere



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