Christina Cuthbertson, of his native parish.
Settled in Chicago, 1849; became boiler mfr.;
entered Civil war as col. 12th 111. vols.;
brig. -gen., March 21, 1862, and bvt. maj.-
gen. Had command 2d div., 17th army
corps, in operations against Vicksburg; dis-
tinguished himself in several battles. Was
comm'r Public Works of Chicago and pres.
of bd. during Chicago fire, 1871; postmaster,
Chicago, 1873-7. Address: 504 Monroe St.,
MAC ARTHUR, Robert Stuart, Baptist
clergyman; b. Dalesville, Quebec, Canada,
July 31, 1841; grad. Univ. of Rochester, 1867
(D. D., 1880); grad. Rochester Theol. Sem.,
1870 (LL. D., Columbian, Washington, 1896).
Since May 15, 1870, pastor Calvary Bapt.
Ch., New York; m. 1870, Mary Elizabeth
Fox. Was corr. for yrs. of Chicago Stand-
ard; long editorially connected with Chris-
tian Inquirer; lecturer, principally on sub-
jects of foreign travel. Author: Calvary
Pulpit; Divine Balustrades; The Attractive
Christ, and Other Sermons; Quick Truths
in Quaint Texts; Current Questions for Liv-
ing Men; On Bible Difficulties; Lectures on
the Land and the Book. Residence: 358 W.
57th St., New York.
MACARTHUR, Walter, journalist; b. in
Glasgow, Scotland, March 9, 1862; ed. St.
Stephen's Parish School, Glasgow, 1867-74;
Andersonian Univ., Glasgow, 1874-5; m. San
Francisco, Feb. 23, 1898, Helen A. Tilden.
In British merchant marine service, 1876-
86; Am. merchant marine, 1886-91; mgr. and
asso. editor Coast Seamen's Journal, 1891-5;
editor same, 1895-1900, and again, 1901; in
literary work, 1900. Author: The Red Rec-
ord: a Brief Resume of Some of the Cruel-
ties Perpetrated upon American Seamen at
the Present Time, 1895; The "Handy-Billy"
Book of New Century Pamphlets for Sea-
men, 1901. Wrote: From the Main Deck,
Scribner's, 1893; The American Seaman Un-
der the Law, Forum, 1899; The Merchant
Seaman and the Subsidy Bill, Arena, 1901;
The American Trade-Unions and Compul-
sory Arbitration, Forum, 1901. Address:
East and Mission Sts., San Francisco.
MeATEE, John L., asso. justice Supreme
Court, Oklahoma; "Gold" Democrat. Offi-
cial Address: Guthrie, Okla,
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McAULEY, Charles Raymond, cartoon-
ist; b. Canton, O., March 19, 1871; s. John
K. McA. ; ed. public schools, Canton, O.;
studied law 2 yrs. at Canton; m. New York,
April 16, 1897, Emma Worms. Began career
of cartoonist quite accidentally; won $50,
1st prize, Cleveland Press, 1891; 2 weeks la-
ter went to work on Cleveland World at $25
per week; never saw so much money before;
1 yr. later went to New York; very success-
ful from start; now on Philadelphia Inqui-
rer. Has furnished cartoons, etc., for Puck
(mem. of staff 1 yr.), Life, Harper's, Judge,
Scribner's, etc. Address: 1416 Arch St.,
McBEE, Silas, editor-in-chief The Church-
man since 1896; b. Lincolnton, N. C, Nov.
14, 1853; j. V. A. McB.; ed. Univ. of the
South, Sewanee, Tenn., 1876; took various
diplomas, but no degree; trustee Univ. of
the South for more than 20 yrs.; deputy to
Gen. Conv. P. B. Ch. from N. C. for 6 yrs. ;
mem. Church Club, New York; 1 of mgrs.
Prayer Book Soc. in America; mem. nat.
council and v. -p. Brotherhood of St. An-
drew in U. S. A. ; also chmn. Internat.
Com. of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew;
mem. editorial com. in charge of publishing
report CEcumenical Conf. on Foreign Mis-
sions recently held in New York; for many
yrs. prin. of Fairmount Coll., Mont Eagle,
Tenn. ; for about 6 yrs. comm'r of endow-
ment for Univ. of the South; mem. exec,
com. Christian Social Union, exec. com.
New York City Mission Soc, P. E. Ch., and
other organizations of Episcopal church.
Residence: Great Neck, L. I. Office: 47 La-
fayette PL, New York.
MACBETH, Henry, P. E. clergyman; b. in
Ireland, Sept. 2, 1858; s. of Robert and Mary
M. ; grad. Hobart Coll., 1881; Berkeley Div.
School, 1884; deacon, 1884; priest, 1885; asst.
St. John's Ch., Troy, N. Y., 1884-5; rector
Trinity Ch., Oxford, Phila., 1885-91; asst.
Trinity Ch., New Haven, Conn., 1892-6; now
rector, Windham, Conn., and in charge St.
Paul's Ch., Willimantic, Conn. Mag. con-
tributor. Address: Willimantic, Conn.
McBRIDE, Andrew Jay, gen. agt. ; b.
Fayetteville, Ga., Sept. 29, 1836; schooling
alternated with farm work and teaching;
m. 1864, Mary Frances Johnson. Admitted
to Ga. bar and practiced in Atlanta circuit
until 1861; served in C. S. A., 1861-5, capt.
and col. ; served under Longstreet and was
severely wounded at Cold Harbor. After
war, merchant and importer for several
yrs. ; one of original organizers of the Con-
federate Veterans' Assn., Atlanta Chamber
of Commerce, and Young Men's Library;
mem. Bapt. Ch., Knights Templar, and
many other organizations; pres. Ga. State
Scotch-Irish Soc. Residence: 406 S. Pryor
St. Office: 841 Equitable Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.
McBRIDE, George Wickliffe, lawyer; b.
Yamhill Co., Ore., March 13, 1854; ed. pub-
lic schools, Willimantic Univ. and Christian
Coll., Ore.; studied law; admitted to bar,
but has not practiced; was a mcht. for 10
yrs. Unmarried. Mem. and speaker Ore.
legislature, 1882; sec. of State, Ore., 1887-95;
U. S. senator from Ore., 1895-1901; U. S.
comm'r St. Louis Exp'n, apptd. March 6,
1901; Republican. Address: St. Helens, Ore.
MACBRIDE, Thomas Haston, prof, bot-
any State Univ. of Iowa since 1884; b. Rog-
ersville, Tenn., July 31, 1848; .y. Rev. James
B. M. ; grad. Monmouth (111.) Coll., 1869, A.
M., 1872 (hon. Ph. D.); m. Dec. 31, 1874, Har-
riet Diffenderfer, Hopkinton, la. One sem-
ester in Bonn, Germany, 1891. Contributor
to Popular Science Monthly, Science, and
various scientific journals. Editor Bulletin
Laboratory National History State Univ. of
Iowa. Sp'l student of fungi. Fellow Am.
Soc. Geologists, etc. Author: Botany (text-
book), A5; North American Slime Moulds,
Ml; etc. Address: Iowa City, la.
McBRYDE, John McLaren, pres. Va.
Polytechnic Inst, and dir. Va. Agr'l Expt.
Sta. since 1891; b. Abbeville, S. C, Jan. 1,
1841; studied Univ. of S. C; grad. Univ. of
Va., 1860 (Ph. D., LL. D.); officer C. S. A.,
1861-3; in Confederate treasury dept, 1863-5;
m. 1863, Cora Bolton. Farmed in Va. ; ac-
tive in farmers' organizations; prof, botany
and agr., Univ. of Tenn., 1879-82; prof, bot-
any and pres. S. C. Coll., 1883-7; elected
pres. Univ. of Tenn., 1887, but declined; dir.
S. C. Agr'l Expt. Stas. and pres. Univ. of S.
C, 1887-91; declined position U. S. Asst.
Sec. Agr., 1893; has published numerous ad-
dresses and reports. Address: Blacksburg,
McCABE, Charles Cardwell, M. E. bish-
op since 1896; b. Athens, O., Oct. 11, 1836;
s. Robert and Sarah (Robinson) M. C; ed.
Ohio Wesleyan Univ., Delaware, O. ; en-
tered Ohio Conf., M. E. Ch., 1860. Became,
in autumn of 1862, chaplain 122d Ohio
inf.; captured at battle of Winchester; was
in Libby Prison 4 months; rejoined his
regt., but soon after went into service of
the Christian Comm'n, for which he raised
large sums; after war became pastor at
Portsmouth, O., and financial agt. Ohio
Wesleyan Univ.; in 1868 agt., and later
asst. corr. sec. Bd. of Ch. Extension, M. E.
Ch. ; 1884 sec. Missionary Soc. M. E. Ch.
His work as sec. added half a million dol-
lars to the annual income of that soc.
Address: Omaha, Neb.
McCABE, William Gordon, head master
University School, Richmond, Va. ; b. Rich-
mond, Aug. 4, 1841; 5. Rev. Jno. Collins
McC, D. D. (poet and antiquarian) and
Sophia Gordon Taylor McC, great g.d.
George Taylor, signer of the Declaration
of Independence; prepared for coll. by 6-
yr. course in Hampton (Va.) Acad, (gold
medallist last 2 yrs., and valedictorian);
grad. Univ. of Va., 1861 (A. M., William
and Mary, 1868, Williams, 1885; Litt. D.,
Yale, 1897); m. April 9, 1867, Jenny Pleas-
ants Harrison Osborne. Served private to
capt. 3d arty, corps C. S. A. in Northern
Va., 1861-5. After war established Univer-
sity School at Petersburg, Va., later re-
moving it to Richmond. Author: Defense
of Petersburg, 1876; Latin Orthography
(from the German of Wilhelm Brambach),
1877 HI; Ballads of Battle and Bravery,
1879 HI; A Grammar of the Latin Lan-
guage, 1884 B25; Latin Reader, 1886 B25;
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Caesar s Gallic War, issi; B25; Virginia
Schools Before and After the Revolution,
1890 (Univ. of Va.); numerous addresses
and articles , for leading mags. Address:
Met'AGG, Ezra Butler, lawyer; b. Kinder-
hook, N. Y., Nov. 22, 1825; studied law,
Hudson, N. Y. ; practiced in Chicago since
1847; was mem. U. S. Sanitary Comm'n
and pres. Northwestern Sanitary Comm'n
during Civil war; pres. many yrs. bd. trus-
tees 111. Hosp. for Insane; 1st pres. Lincoln
Park trustees; has large library and art
collection, and has delivered many public-
addresses. Address: 67 Cass St., Chicago.
MeCAL.li, John A., pres. New York Life
Ins. Co., since 1892; 6. Albany, N. Y., 1849;
ed. there; became clerk in Albany State
Currency Assorting House; then was in ser-
vice of Conn. Mut. Life Ins. Co. until 1869;
served in N. Y. State Ins. Dept. as clerk,
1869-76; deputy supt., 1876-83, supt. Ins. of
N. Y., 1883-6; comptroller Equitable Life
Ass. Soc, 1887-92. Address: 346 Broadway,
McCALL, Snmuel Wnlker, congressman,
lawyer; b. East Providence, Pa., Feb. 28,
1851; s. of Henry and Mary Ann (Elliott)
McC. ; grad. Dartmouth Coll., 1874; ad-
mitted to bar, 1876; has since practiced law
in Boston, except 1 yr., when he was edit-
or Boston Daily Advertiser; delegate to Nat.
Rep. Conv., 1888, 1900; mem. Mass. Ho. of
Reps., 1888, 1889 and 1892; mem. Congress,
8th Mass. dist., 1893-1903; mem. of com. on
Ways and Means; Republican. Author: Life
of Thaddeus Stevens (Am. Statesmen Ser-
ies), H5. Home: Winchester, Mass. Washing-
ton Address: 1217 New Hampshire Av.,
McCALLA, Bowman H., capt. U. S. N.
since March 3, 1899; b. Camden, N. J., June
19, 1844; s. Auley and Mary Duffleld (Hen-
dry) McC; apptd. to navy, Nov. 3, 1861;
Naval Acad., 1861-4; attached to steam sloop
Susquehanna, Brazil squadron, and later
on various duties and stas. Promoted mas-
ter, Dec. 1, 1866; It., March 12, 1868; lt.-
comdr., Dec. IS, 1868; comdr., Nov., 1884;
m. March 3, 1875, Elizabeth H. Sargent,
Boston. Comd. protected cruiser Marble-
head, 1897-8, serving in N. Atlantic squad-
ron during war with Spain; commissioned
capt., Aug. 10, 1898; capt. of navy yard,
Norfolk, Va., to Sept., 1899; comd. Newark
since Sept. 1, 1899; sailed from San Fran-
cisco Oct. 17, 1899, for Manila. Arrived Nov.
25, assigned to command div. of 6 cruisers
and gunboats on the north and west coasts
of Luzon; Dec. 6, 1899, with 250 officers and
men marched to relief of City of Vigai, 4
mnes inland, held by small force 33d vol.
inf.; on Dec. 12, 1899, off the mouth of
Cagayan River, Northern Luzon, received
surrender of all military forces of insur-
rection in Provinces of Isabella and Caga-
yan, and in the Batan Islands. In June,
1900, with 112 officers and men from New-
ark, formed part of column under Vice-
Admiral Seymour, in an attempt to relieve
legations in Peking; for this has been of-
fered by German Emperor, decorations of
the "Red Eagle of the 2d Class, with
Swords." Address: Navy Dept., Wash-
McCALLA, Ell/.nhelh Hazard Sargent)
b. Boston, Jan. 30, I860; </. Horace Blnney
and Elllzabetb Little (Sweet) Sargent; ed.
private schools ISoston, Neufcbatel, Swit-
zerland and Dresden, Germany; m. Boston,
March ::, 1ST."., Howman H. McCalla (<apt.,
U. S. N.). One of v. -p. '8 Mary Washing-
ton Soc, mem. Soc. Colonial Dames (Wash-
ington), Daughters Am. Revolution, Dames
of Loyal Legion, and other patriotic and
literary socs. Residence: 1502 20th St., N.
MeCALLEY, Henry, chief asst. State ge-
ologist of Ala., since 1890; b. Madison Co.,
Ala., Feb. 11, 1852; s. Thomas Sanford and
Caroline Matilda McC; grad. Univ. of Va.,
B. S., C. E., M. E., 1875 (A. M., causa
honoris, Univ. of Ala., 1878); unmarried.
Farmed, 1876; taught school, Demopolis,
Ala., 1877; asst. prof, chemistry, Univ. of
Ala., 1878-83; surveyed the Warrior River,
above Tuscaloosa, Ala., under auspices of
War Dept., 1879; chemist to Geol. Survey
of Ala. and asst. State geologist, 1883-90;
has published geol. reports, maps and pa-
pers. Treas. Ala. Industrial and Scientific
Soc. since 1890; mem. Am. Inst. Mining
Eng'rs; fellow Geol. Soc. of America.
Address: University, Ala.
McCAMMON, .Joseph Kay, lawyer; b.
Phila., Oct. 13, 1845; .s. David Chambers and
Josephine Kay McC. ; grad. Princeton, 1865
(A. M.); studied law in Phila.; m. Pitts-
burg, Pa., Sept. 22, 1870, Catherine Mc-
Knight. Register in Bankruptcy, 1870; sp'l
counsel of U. S. in Washington, 1871; pres.
bd. to investigate Indian service, 1877;
asst. att'y-gen. U. S., 1880-5; U. S. comm'r
of railroads, 1881; apptd. by Pres. Garfield
to treat with Bannock and Shoshone In-
dians, 1881, by Pres. Arthur with Flat-
heads and affiliated Indians, 1882; mem.
Am. Whig Soc, Anthrop., Geog. and Philos.
socs., Pa. Hist, and Geneal. socs. Author:
Report on Indian Service, 1878; Report of
Councils with Bannock and Shoshone In-
dians, 1881; Report Councils with Flat-
head and Other Indians, 1882; Arguments
in Cases Affecting Pacific and Other Rail-
roads; all W8. Residence: 1324 19th St. Office:
1420 F St., Washington.
McCANN, William Penn, commodore U.
S. N., retired May, 1892; b. Paris, Ky., May
4, 1830; apptd. to U. S. N., Nov., 1848; grad.
U. S. Naval Acad., June 15, 1854 passed
midshipman; It., Sept. 16, 1855; It. -comdr.,
July 16, 1862; comdr., July 25, 1866; capt.,
Sept. 21, 1876; commodore, Jan. 26, 1887. In
blockading and other active duty during
Civil war; drove off Confederate battery
attacking Franklin's corps, May 2, 1862,
at West Point, Va. ; captured, July 4, 1862,
Confederate gunboat Teaser, with plans of
batteries, torpedoes and defenses of Rich-
mond; later in numerous engagements with
batteries; captured several blockade run-
ners; took part in battle of Mobile Bay,
etc. After war served on many stas.; act-
ing rear-admiral comdg. S. Pacific Sta.,
1891. With 5 cruisers at Iquique, Chile,
June 4, 1891, enforced the surrender of
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steamer Itata, with arms and ammunition
smuggled out of San Diego, Calif., and
transferred to the Itata at Santa Catalina
Island. Sent the ship and arms back to San
Diego and received thanks and commenda-
tion of Navy Dept. Mem. bd. for exam,
and promotion of officers, 1891-2; during
war with Spain, 1898, served as pres. on
courts of inquiry, and courts martial, and
as prize comm'r Southern dist. of N. Y.
Address: 29 Park Av., New Rochelle, N. Y.
McCARTER, Henry, illustrator; b. Nor-
ristown, Pa., July 5, 1865; ed. Norristown,
Phila., and Paris, France. Address: 74
Washington Sq., New York.
McCARTER, Thomas Nesbitt, lawyer; b.
Morristown, N. J., Jan. 31, 1824; s. Robert
Harris and Eliza Nesbitt McC. ; grad.
Princeton, 1842 (hon. LL. D., 1875); m., New-
ton, N. J., Dec. 4, 1849, Mary Louise Hag-
gerty (died, June 26, 1896). Admitted to N.
J. bar, 1845; commenced practice at New-
ton, N. J.; removed to Newark, June, 1865;
was apptd., 1863, Chancery reporter of N. J.,
and published 2 vols, chancery reports (14
and 15 N. J. Equity Reports) ; delivered
annual address, 1868, at commencement at
Princeton before the 2 literary socs., as
representative of Am. Whig Soc. ; Repub-
lican. Honorary corporator of Dickinson
Coll., Pa.; N. J. v. -p. of Scotch Irish Soc. of
America; hon. mem. Am. Geog. Soc; trus-
tee Princeton Univ., elected June, 1879.
Address: 1044 Broad St., Newark, N. J.
MACCAUD, Francis William, P. E. cler-
gyman; b. in Ireland; s. Edward David
and Mary M. ; ungrad. Trinity Coll., Dub-
lin, 1889-90; grad. with honor St. Andrew's
Hall, Syracuse, N. Y. ; deacon, 1895; priest,
1897; in charge Grace Ch., Whitney Point,
N. Y., 1895-97; m. 1897, Lucy, d. W. Fow-
arcker, London, S. W. In charge St. Paul's
Ch., Antwerp, N. Y., 1898; chaplain St.
Anna's chapel, "The House of the Good
Shepherd," etc., Syracuse, N. Y., 1899;
rector of Grace Ch., Huron, S. D., 1900-01.
Wrote series of articles, God in Science,
1895 01. Address: Huron, S. D.
McCAUGHAlV, William John, Presby'n
clergyman; b. Ireland, Dec. 4, 1859; s. Ne-
hemiah Craig McC. ; grad. in arts, Lon-
donderry, 1879; grad. in theology, same,
1883; m. April 9, 1890, Sara A. Cooper. Pas-
torates: Wellington St. Ch., Ballymena,
Ireland, 1884-5; Mountpottinger Ch., Bel-
fast, 1885-97; St. Andrew's Ch., Toronto,
Can., 1897-8; 3d Presby'n Ch., Chicago,
since Nov. 17, 1898. Residence: 501 Jackson
MAC CAULEY, Clay, Unitarian clergy-
man, author; b. Chambersburg, Pa., May 8,
1843; 5. Isaac H. M., lawyer and author;
grad. Princeton, 1864 (A. M., 1867); grad. in
divinity, Theol. Sem. of the Northwest, Chi-
cago, 1867; read philosophy and divinity,
Heidelberg Univ., 1872, under Prof. Kuno
Fischer and Dr. Schenckel; m. Bangor, Me.,
July 25, 1S67, Annie Cleveland, d. Josiah
Deane, M. D. (died, April 11, 1887). Lt. Co.
D, 126th Pa. vols, and on staff Gen. S. D.
Sturgis, 1862-3; prisoner of war, Libby Pris-
on, Richmond, Va., May, 1863; captured at
Chancellorsville, May 3, 1863; mem. Chris-
tian Comm'n in U. S. A., 1864-5; collabora-
tor, Bureau of Ethnology, Washington,
among Indians east of Mississippi River,
especially among Seminoles of Fla., 1880-1.
Pastor 1st Ch., Waltham, Mass., 1869-72; All
Souls Ch., Washington, 1876-8, dir. Japan
Mission of Am. Unitarian Assn., 1890-1900;
pres. and prof, philosophic and historic the-
ology, Coll. for Advanced Learning, Tokyo,
Japan, 1891-9. Mem. Mil. Order Loyal Le-
gion, 1871; Philosophischer Verein and Lit-
erarischer Verein, Dresden, 1872; Anthropol.
Soc, Philos. Soc. and Bureau of Ethnology,
Washington, 1881; corr. sec. Asiatic Soc. of
Japan, 1896; A. A. A. S., 1880. Author:
Christianity in History, 1891 (also in Jap-
anese) ; Introductory Course in Japanese,
1896; Hyakunin-isshu (Single Songs of a
Hundred Poets), metrical translations from
Japanese, 1899; Japanese Literature, 1899;
A Day in the Very Noble City, Manila, 1899;
also several translations from Japanese all
published in Japan; Religious Problem of
Japan How Solve It?, 1894 A4. Wrote:
Florida Seminoles, 1884, Bureau of Ethnol-
ogy, W8; Japanese Literature in "World's
Best Literature," 1898; Possibility of Spiritu-
al Science, Unitarian Rev., 1872; Dr. Chan-
ning, same, 1877; also many other mag. con-
tributions, sermons, lectures, etc. Edited
Japanese Unitarian Magazine "Shukyo"
(Religion), 1890-5; regular Japan corr. Bos-
ton Transcript and contributor to Japan
Mail, Tokyo, 1890-1900. Address: 25 Beacon
MAC CHESNEY, Clara T., artist; b.
Brownsville, Calif.; d. J. B. and S. J. McC;
pupil Virgil Williams, San Francisco Art
School; H. S. Mowbray and J. C. Beckwith,
Gotham Art School, New York; Courtois and.
Girardot at Colarossi School, Paris. Mem.
New York Water Color Club, and Nat. Arts
Club. Received 2 medals, World's Colum-
bian Exp'n, 1893; Dodge prize, New York,
1894; 3 medals, Colarossi School, Paris; gold
medal, Phila. Arts Club, 1900; 2d Hallgar-
ten prize, Nat. Acad. Design, New York,
1901. Exhibited Paris Salon, 1896, 1898; Par-
is Exp'n, 1900. Address: 27 W. 33d St., New
MeCHESNEY, Dora Greenwell, author;
b. Chicago, Oct. 1, 1871; d. Prof. Joseph
Henry and Elizabeth (Studdiford) McC; ed.
chiefly by mother, in a life of wide and
most unmethodical travel and reading.
Made acquaintance with German literature,
Italian art and Roman antiquity, and, seeing
Sir Henry Irving act Charles I in 1891, was
led to a sp'l study of the English civil war,
which caused her to become the chronicler
of Lord Strafford and Prince Rupert.
Author: Kathleen Clare, Her Book, *637-
1641, 1895 F5; Miriam Cromwell, Royalist:
A Romance of the Great Rebellion, 1897 S7;
Beatrix Infelix: A Summer Tragedy in
Rome, 1898 F5; Rupert, by the Grace of
God: The Story of an Unrecorded Plot, 1899
Ml. Wrote: At Old Italian Casements, The
Yellow Book, April, 1897; A Throw of the
Dice, Pall Mall Mag., May, 1899; Between
the Red Moon and the Moor, Anglo-Saxon
Rev., March, 1900; also articles, reviews,
etc., in the Academy, Bookman, Pilot and
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Literature. Residence: Oakfleld House, 11
tipper I'urk Hoad, Hampstead. OMce,: Care
Messrs. Macmlllan & Co., London, England.
McOHKSNKV, Eli/.nbcili St add iford
("L. Studdiford McCheBney"), author; />.
Monroe, Mich., April 29, 1841; (/. William
Van Horn Studdiford; mother of Dora
Greenwoll MeChesney; ed. Monroe Sem.,
Buffalo Sem., Elmira Coll.; later studied in
Germany; m. Brooklyn, July 18, 1805, Prof.
Joseph Henry MeChesney, of Univ. of Chi-
cago (died, March 12, 1895). Has spent many
yrs. in England, 2 yrs. in Home and trav-
eled much upon the continent. Author: Un-
der Shadow of the Mission: A Memory of
Santa Barbara, 1897 Fb. Wrote poem, Cam-
pagna Nirvana, Atlantic Monthly, Dec, 1899.
Address: Oakfleld House, 11 Upper Park
ltd., Hampstead, London, N. W., England.
MeCLAIN, Emlin, judge Supreme Court
of Iowa since Jan. 1, 1901; />. Salem, O.,
Nov. 26, 1851; s. William and Rebecca (Har-
ris) McC. ; grad. State Univ. of Iowa, Ph.
B., 1871; A. B., 1872; LL. B., 1873 (A. M.,
1882, LL. D., 1891, same; LL. D., Findlay
Coll., Ohio-, 1891); m. Des Moines, la., Feb.
19, 1879, Ellen, d. Capt. H. H. Griffiths.
Practiced law, Des Moines, la., 1873-81; prof,
law dept., State Univ. of Iowa, Iowa City,
1881; vice chancellor, same, 1887; chancellor,
1890-1900; comm'r from Iowa to act with
comm'rs of other States to recommend uni-
form laws, 1894; one of code comm'rs for
revision of Code of Iowa; prepared annota-
tions for new code, published by State of
Iowa, 1897; Republican. Mem. Am. Bar
Assn., Iowa State Bar Assn.; Beta Theta Pi;
Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Delta Phi. Author:
McClain's Annotated Statutes of Iowa, 1880,
supplement, 1892 C15; Outlines of Criminal
Law and Procedure, 1884 A7; Digest of Iowa
Reports, 2 vols., 1886, supplement, 1892 C15;
Cases on the Law of Carriers, 1896 L6; A
Treatise on the Criminal Law as Now Ad-
ministered in the United States, 1897 C15;
A Selection of Cases on Constitutional Law,
1900 L6. Wrote: Classification of the Law
for Lawyers, Am. Law Rev., March-April,
1892; Introduction of the Common Law into
Iowa, Iowa Hist. Record, 1893; Federal Pro-
tection Against State Power, Harvard Law
Rev., March, 1893; other articles in same,
Nov., 1893, March, 1898; Use of Cases in
Teaching Law, Yale Law Jour.; Charles
Mason, Iowa's First Jurist, Annals of Iowa,
Jan., 1901; also many other articles in law
journals. Address: Iowa City, la.
MeCLATCHY, Charles Kenny, editor of
Sacramento Bee; b. Sacramento, Calif., Nov.
1, 1858; cd. in public schools and at Santa
Clara Coll.; m, 1S85, Ella Kelly. Succeeded
his father, James McClatchy, the veteran
Calif, editor, as editor of the Bee, Jan.,
1884. Residence: 1015 O St. Office: The Bee,
McCLAUGHRY, Robert Wilson, war-
den U. S. penitentiary, Ft. Leavenworth,
Kan., since July 1, 1899; b. Fountain Green,
111., July 22, 1839; .?. Matthew and Mary
McC; grad. Monmouth Coll., 111., June, 1860
(A. M.); m. June 17, 1862, Elizabeth C. Mad-
den, of Monmouth, 111. Enlisted and elect-
ed capt. Co. B, 118th in. vol. inf., Aug. IS,
L862; promoted maj., 118th III. vol. Inf., Nov.
S. 186&; served in Army Of the Teiiri. until
May, L864; transferred to pay dept., as maj.
and additional paymaster U. S. A.; mus-
tered out, Oct. 18, 1866; co, clerk Hancock
Co., 111., 1865-9; warden III. State Peniten-
tiary, July 81, 1874, to Dec. 1, 1888; gen.
supt. Pa. Industrial Reformatory, Dec. 1,
1888-May 15, 1891; chief of police, Chicago,
May 15, 1891-Aug. 1, 1893; gen. supt. 111.
State Reformatory, Sept. 1, 1893-March 1,
1897; again warden III. State Penitentiary
until July 1, 1899. Address: Ft. Leavenworth,
MeCLEAKY, James Thompson, con-
gressman, educator; b. Ingersoll, Out., Feb.
5, 1853; s. Thompson and Sarah McC; ed. at
high school and McGill Univ., Montreal; m.
June 4, 1874, Mary Edith Taylor. Taught
in Wis.; was school supt. of Pierce Co.,
Wis., until he resigned, 1881, to become
State inst. conductor of Minn., and prof,
history and civics in State Normal School,
Mankato; pres. Minn. Edn'l Assn., 1891.
Mem. Congress, 2d Minn, dist., 1893-1903;
Republican. Author: Studies in Civics, 1888
Al; Manual of Civics, 1894 Al. Address:
McCLELLAN, George Brinton, congress-
man, lawyer; b. Nov. 23, 1865, Dresden, Sax-