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TAYLOR, Charles Elisha, pres. Wake
Forest Coll. since 1884; b. Richmond, Va.,
Oct. 28, 1842; studied at Richmond Coll.;
grad. Univ. of Va., 1870; (D. D., Richmond
Coll.; LL. B., Univ. of N. C); prof. Latin,
1870-84, Wake Forest Coll., N. C, a Bap-
tist inst'n; m., Sept. 11, 1873, Mary Hinton
Prichard, of Va. Author: Gilbert Stone
(poem), 1891; How Far a State May Edu-
cate, 1894; The Story of Yates, 1898. Address:
Wake Forest, N. C.

TAYLOR, Charles Fremont, M. D.; b.

Attica, Fountain Co., Ind., July 3, 1856;
studied and taught in public schools; grad.
Central Coll. Phys. and Surg., Indianapolis,
1880; practiced in Ind., 1880-3; since 1883
editor The Medical World, Phila. Also
known as advanced thinker and writer up-
on social and economic themes. Address:
1520 Chestnut St., Philadelphia.
TAYLOR, Charles 1L, editor and mgr. of
Boston Daily Globe, since 1873; b. Boston,
July 14, 1846; ed. in Boston public schools;
(A. M., Dartmouth, 1896). Started in life
as printer and reporter on Boston Daily
Traveller; private sec. to gov. of Mass., 3
yrs. ; mem. Mass. legislature, 1872; clerk
Mass. ho. reps., 1873. Served during Civil
war in 38th Mass. regt. ; wounded at Port
Hudson, La., June 13, 1863; lt.-col. on staff
of Gov. Claflin, 1869-71; brig. -gen. on Gov.
Russell's staff, 1891-3. Address: The Daily
Globe, Boston.

TAYLOR, Charles Jay, artist; b. New
York, Aug. 11, 1865; .?. C. J. and Eliza-
beth M. (Macdonald) T. ; ed. New York pub-
lic schools; grad. Columbia Coll. Law
School, 1874; studied art, Nat. Acad. Design,
New York; Art Students' League and Lon-
don and Paris; m., Feb. 23, 1876, Adelaide
Lewson. Has exhibited works at Nat. Acad,
of Design, Soc. of Am. Artists; Pa. Acad.
Fine Arts; Chicago Inst.; Salon, Paris;
World's Fair, Chicago; Exposition Univer-
selle, Paris, 1900; Pan- Am. Exp'n, Buffalo,
1901. Has illustrated among other works the
following: The Tailor-Made Girl, 1884, S3;
Short Sixes, H. C. Bunner, 1894; More Short
Sixes, same, 1895; Made in France, same,
1896; The Suburban Sage, same, 1897; In
the Four Hundred, C. J. Taylor, 1897; Short
Rations, Williston Fish, 1898, HI; England,
by C. J. Taylor, 1899 R7; Poems with Music,
Bunner, 1898, HI; and many other books.
Residence: 759 West End Av., New York.

TAYLOR, Edward Robeson, dean Hast-
ings Coll. of Law since May, 1899; b. Spring-

field, 111., Sept. 24, 1838; 5. Henry West and
Mary (Thaw) T. ; ed. Kemper School, Boon-
ville, Mo.; grad. Toland Med. Coll. (now
med. dept. Univ. of Calif.), 1865; m., San
Francisco, April 20, 1870, Agnes Stanford.
After leaving school was in printing office
of Boonville (Mo.) Observer until left Mo.
for Calif., Jan., 1862; admitted to bar Su-
preme Court, Calif., Jan., 1872; Supreme
Court U. S., Oct., 1879; private sec. gov. of
Calif., Dec, 1867, to Dec, 1871. Mem. Bd.
Freeholders, 1886-7, and of 5th Bd. of Free-
holders in 1898, to frame existing charter
for San Francisco; mem. Bd. Trustees San
Francisco Public Library since 1886; mem.
Bd. Trustees San Francisco Law Library
since 1895; v. -p. Cooper Med. Coll. since its
foundation, 1882; pres. San Francisco Bar
Ass'n," 1890, 1891, 1894-5; hon. mem. Med.
Soc. State of Calif. ; mem. Univ. Club, San
Francisco; Democrat. Has written many
papers on med. subjects; also papers on
legal topics published in various med., legal
and other journals, and has published
Translations of the Sonnets of Heredia,
"Moods and Other Verses," and has pri-
vately printed "Memories and Other Ver-
ses." Address: 530 California St., San Fran-

TAYLOR, Emily Drayton, miniature
painter; b. Phila., 1860; d. Henry E. Dray-
ton; ed. by private governess and abroad
for several years; m. Phila., Oct. 15, 1879,
Dr. J. Madison Taylor. Studied painting
in Paris under Cecile Ferrier, and at Pa.
Acad, of the Fine Arts, Phila. ; mem. Fel-
lowship Acad. Fine Arts; gold medal, Lon-
don, 1900, at Earl's Court. Important min-
iatures: President and Mrs. McKinley, Dr.
S. Weir Mitchell, Mrs. Eugene Hale, Em-
mons Blaine, Mrs. Cyrus McCormick,
George Hamilton, son of John McLure Ham-
ilton; Mr. John A. Morris, Mr. Henry How-
ard Houston, and Mr. Frank Thomson.
Residence: 1504 Pine St. Studio: 1710 Chest-
nut St., Philadelphia.

TAYLOR. Frank Bursley, geologist; b.
Ft. Wayne, Ind., Nov. 23, 1860; 5. Robert
Stewart and Fanny (Wright) T. ; grad. high
school, 1881; attended Harvard as a sp'l
student without entering for degree. Since
1892 has published numerous papers relat-
ing to history of the Great Lakes and Ni-
agara Falls, and to the glacial and post-
glacial geology of the lake region; m., Min-
netta A. Ketchum, April 24, 1899. Address:
Ft. Wayne, Ind.

TAYLOR, Fred Manville, junior prof, po-
litical economy and finance Univ.' of Mich.,
since 1895; b. Northville, Mich., July 11,
1855; 5. Barton S. Taylor, Methodist clergy-
man, and Marietta Rowland T. ; grad.
Northwestern Univ., 1876 (A. M., Northwest-
ern, 1879; Ph. D., Univ. of Mich., 1888);
m., 1880, Ann Arbor, Mich., Mary S. Brown.
Prof, history Albion Coll., 1879-92; asst.
prof, political economy and finance Univ.
of Mich., 1892-4; mem. Am. Statist. Ass'n,
Am. Econ. Assn. Wrote: The Right of the
State to Be, 1891, pamphlet; Natural Laws,
Annals Am. Acad., 1891; Do We Want an
Elastic Currency? Political Science Quar.,



1896: The Object and Methods of Currency
Reform in V. S.. Quar. Jour. Economics,
1898: The Final Report <>f the Indianapolis
Commission, Jour. Political Economy, L898.
Address: 527 Church St., Ann Arbor, Mich.

TAYLOK, Frederick William, P. E.

clergyman; b. Toledo, O., Jan. 11, 1853; s.
Alfred Taylor, M. D. (surgeon-maj. 2d O.
V. C, Civil war), and Helen Augusta Mills
(Leonard) T. ; grad. Western Reserve Coll.,
Hudson, O., 1873; A. M., in course 1875;
grad. B. D. Gen. Theol. Sem., New York,
1876 (D. D. Nashotah Theol. Sem., causa
honoris, 1890); m., Cleveland, O., Aug. 11,
1874, Cora L. Kingsley (died 1894). Ordered
deacon, July 5, 1876; ordained priest in Ch.
of Transfiguration, New York, Sept. 30, 1877;
rector Holy Trinity, Danville, 111., 1878-86,
St. Paul's Pro-Cathedral, Springfield, 111.,
since 1886; archdeacon of Springfield; deputy
to Gen. Conv. P. E. Ch., 1883, 1886, 1889,
1892, 1895, 1898, 1901; mem. com. on canons;
instr. church polity and canon law, Western
Theol. Sem., Chicago; chaplain State sen-
ate, 111., 38th Gen. Assembly; local sec.
Egyptian Exploration Fund; mem. Asso.
Alumni Gen. Theol. Sem., pres. standing
com., Diocese of Springfield. Author: The
Confession of Our Christian Faith, com-
monly called the Creed of St. Athanasius,
with brief notes, 1883, p. 12. Wrote: The
Church of England During the Reign of
King Edward VI, Am. Church Review,
April, 1886; St. Patrick, the Apostle of Ire-
laud, Church Eclectic, March, 1899, and
many others. Reviewer on staff of The Liv-
ing Church for many years, and The
Church Eclectic; regular contributor to The
Am. Church Sunday School Mag. Address:
St. Paul's Rectory, 312 E. Adams St.,
Springfield, 111.

TAYLOR. George Boardman, Baptist
clergyman; b. Richmond, Va., Dec. 27, 1832;
5. Rev. Dr. James Barnett and Mary (Wil-
liams) T.; grad. Richmond Coll. and Univ.
of Va. (D. D., Richmond Coll. and old Univ.
of Chicago). He was the first pastor of
Franklin Sq. Ch., Baltimore; later at Staun-
ton, Va., and for 2 terms chaplain Va.
State Univ. Since 1S73, under apptm't of
foreign mission board, Richmond, Va., in
charge of their mission in Italy; m., 1858,
Susan Braxton (died in Rome, 1884). Author:
"Oakland" series juvenile stories, 1859-65
S5; Coster Grew; Roger Bernard, the Pas-
tor's Son; Walter Ennis, a Tale of the
Early Virginia Baptists, 1866-70 B4; Bap-
tists: Who They Are and What They Have
Done (4 vols.), 1872-3 B4; Italy and the Ital-
ians, 1898 B4; etc. Address: Rome, Italy.

TAYLOR, Georsre Washington, con-
gressman; b. Montgomery Co., Ala., Jan.
16, 1849; i. Edward Fisher and Anne Sewell
(Trezevant) T.: ed. S. C. Univ.; admitted
to bar at Mobile, Nov., 1871; served in C.
S. A., Nov., 1864, to end of war; mem. Ala.
legislature, 1878; State solicitor 1st jud. cir-
cuit of Ala., 1880-92; mem. Congress, 1897-
1903, 1st Ala. dist.; Dem.; >., Jan., 1881,
Margaretta Van Tuyl, d. E. "H. Metcalf,
Montgomery, Ala. Howe: Demopolis, Ma-
rengo Co., Ala.

TAYLOR, Graham, prof. Christian soci-
ology Cong'l Sem., Chicago; h. Schenectady,
N. Y., May 2, 1S51, s. late Rev. Dr. Wil-
liam J. T.; ed. Rutgers Coll. and Reformed
Theol. Sem., New Brunswick, N. J.; or-
dained to ministry of Reformed (Dutch)
Ch., 1873; in., 1st::, Leah, d. Prof, David D.
Demarest, D. D., New Brunswick, N. J.
Pastor Hopewell, Dutchess Co., N. Y., 7
yrs.; 1th Ch., Hartford, Conn., 1880-92; prof,
practical theology Hartford Theol. Sem.,
1888-92. Founder and "resident warden Chi-
cago Commons Social Settlement. Address:
Chicago Commons, 140 N. Union St., Chi-
TAYLOR, Ilaiinis, lawyer; b. New Berne,
N. C, Sept. 12, 1851; attended Univ. of N.
C. ; (LL. D. from 5 univs.); m., May, 1878,
Leonora Le Baron, Mobile, Ala.; minister
to Spain, 1893-7. Author: The Origin and
Growth of the English Constitution, H5.
Address: 916 Dauphin Way, Mobile, Ala.
TAYLOR, Henry Clay, capt. U. S. N. ; b.
Washington, D. C, apptd. from Ohio, Sept.
28, 1860; Naval Acad., 1S63; promoted ensign
May 28, 1863; master, Nov. 10, 1865; It.,
Nov. 10, 1866; It.-comdr., Mar. 12, 1868;
comdr., Dec, 1879; capt., Apr. 16, 1864;
served on many duties and stations: was
pres. Naval War Coll., Newport, R. I.,
Nov., 1893, to Dec, 1896; later comd. battle-
ship Indiana, in which he served in opera-
tions against Spain, 1898, including the de-
struction of Cervera's fleet; now comdg.
receiving ship Vermont. Address: Navy
Dept., Washington.
TAYLOR, Henry Genet, M. D.; b. near
Troy, N. Y., July 6, 1837; s. Dr. Othniel H.
and Eveline C. T. ; ed. Camden, N. J., city
schools and P. E. Acad., Phila. ; grad. Univ.
of Pa., M. D., 1860; (A. M., Rutgers Coll.,
1889); practices in Camden, N. J.; m., Oct.
23, 1879, Helen Cooper, Camden, N. J.
Served, 1861-4, surgeon and brigade surgeon
U. S. army; later, asst. surgeon bd. of en-
rollment, 1st congressional dist., N. J.; sur-
geon 6th regt. N. J. Nat. Guard, 1869-82;
brigade surgeon during strike of 1887. Holds
several hosp. appmts. ; mem. bd. mgrs.
Cooper Hosp. ; chrnn. and sec. attending
staff; pres. N. J. Training School for
Nurses; mem. Am. Med. Assn., Pa. Hist.
Soc, Hist. Soc of N. J., N. J. Sanitary
Soc, N. J. Acad, of Medicine, N. J. State
Med. Soc; (pres. of last, 1889); mem. G.
A. R., Royal Legion, etc. Address: Cam-
den, N. J.
TAYLOR, Henry Osborn, author; b. New
York, Dec. 5, 1856; s. Henry Augustus T.;
grad. Harvard, 1878; Columbia Law School,
LL. B. Not married. Author: Treatise on
the Law of Private Corporations, K4; An-
cient Ideals, a Study of Intellectual and
Spiritual Growth from Early Times to the
Establishment of Christianity, Ml; The
Classical Heritage of the Middle Ages, 1901
Ml. Address: Century Assn., 7 W. 43d St.,
New York.
TAYLOR, Horace A., asst. sec. U. S.
Treasury since 1S97; b. Norfolk, N. Y.,
May 24, 1837; acad. ed'n, Falls River, Wis.;
m. Nov. 12, 1860, Eliza Madden; 2d, Sept.



2, 1896, Harriet E. Dunnell; moved to Wis.,
1847; founded The Journal, River Falls,
Wis., 1857; located in Hudson, 1860; Madi-
son, Wis., 1893; for many years extensively
engaged in printing, banking, lumber and
real estate; 6 yrs. lumber agt. for Wis.;
U. S. Consul to France, 1881-4; State sena-
tor Wis., 2 yrs.; U. S. Comm'r Railroads,
1889-93. Residence: 2117 S. St. Office: Treas-
ury Dept., Washington.

TAYLOR, Ida Scott; see McKinney, Ida
Seott Taylor.

TAYLOR, James Knox, supervising ar-
chitect U. S. Treasury Dept.; b. Knoxville,
Knox Co., 111., Oct. 11, 1857; s. H. Knox and
Mary (Young) T. ; ed. in public schools, St.
Paul, Minn.; sp'l course in architecture at
Mass. Inst, of Technology, 1877-9, followed
by SV2 yrs. in architects' offices in New
York. Returned to St. Paul: practiced
architecture there, 1882-92; practiced at
Phila., 1892-5. In April, 1895, became a
senior draughtsman in U. S. Architect's
office, subsequently prin. draughtsman, un-
til Oct., 1897; then, after civil service exam,
apptd. to his present position. Residence:
The Portland. Office: Treasury Dept. Bldg.,

TAYLOR, James Loockerinan, ex-pres.
Am. Society in London; b. Tallahassee, Fla.,
July 26, 1847; s. John Bradford and Mary
(Loockerman) T. ; ed. Fla. Mil. Inst. ; served
in C. S. A., 1864-5; It. and capt. Ga. Nat.
Guard, 1880-6; m., 1877, Annye Mason, 2d d.
Gen. Alex B. Dyer, U. S. A. Hon. comm'r
to Europe, World's Columbian Exp'n, 1892-
3; mem. Jury Superieur and pres. Jury
d'Examen Internat. Exp'n, Brussels, 1897;
representative of Pa. R. R. Co. in Great
Britain and Europe; mem. Am. Commn.
Paris Expn., 1900. Address: Hans Crescent
Hotel, Hans Crescent, London, S. W., Eng-

TAYLOR, James Monroe, prof, ethics
and pres. Vassar Coll., since June, 1886; b.
Brooklyn, Aug. 5, 1848; 5. Rev. Dr. Elisha
E. L. and Mary Jane (Perkins) T. ; grad.
Univ. of Rochester, 1868 (D. D., Rochester
Theol. Sem.; LL. D., Rutgers); m., 1873,
Kate Huntington. Pastor Bapt. Ch., S. Nor-
walk, Conn., 1873-82; Providence, R. I., 1873-
82; Providence, R. I., 1882-6. Address:
Poughkeepsie, N. Y.

TAYLOR, James W., physician; b. Lex-
ington, S. C, 1833; s. William Taylor and
Mary (Corley) T. ; ed. in Coweta Co., Ga.;
grad. Atlanta Med. Coll., 1858; m., 1854,
Miss Wilson (died 1892). Served in C. S. A.
as 1st It. ; mem. Ga. gen. assembly, 1877,
1896 and 1897. Prominent in Masonic order;
grand high priest of grand chapter of Ga.,
1886-95; grand master of Masons, 1897-8; now
gen. grand high priest of gen. grand chap-
ter, Royal Arch Masons; mem. cryptic Ma-
sonry, Knight Templar and Shriner. Ad-
dress: Luthersville, Ga.

TAYLOR, Maris, mem. Nat. Dem. Com.,
S. Dak., 1900-4; b. Chester Co., Pa., July 6,
1847; s. William T.; ed. public schools and 1
term Christiana Acad., Lancaster Co., Pa.;
studied law, Huron, S. Dak. ; admitted to
bar, Oct., 1895; m. Delphi, Ind., Feb. 15,

1875, Josephine Cowdin. Editor Weekly Her-
ald, Yankton, S. Dak., 1872-86; surveyor-
gen, dist. of Dak., June, 1885-Aug., 1889.
Public Examiner for State of S. Dak. since
March 15, 1897; Democrat. Wrote: S. Dak.
Chapter for History of Banking in United
States, by John J. Knox, 1900. Residence:
Huron, S. Dak. Office: Aberdeen, S. Dak.
TAYLOR, Mary Iinlay (Miss). Author:
An Imperial Lover; On the Red Staircase;
A Yankee Volunteer; The House of the Wiz-
ard; The Cardinal's Musketeer, 1900; Cobbler
of Nimes, 1900; all M5. Address: 1621 Mass.
Av., Washington.

TAYLOR, Merris, editor of Wilmington
(Del.) Every Evening since 1895; b. Wilming-
ton, Del., Dec. 19, 1851; s. Benjamin and
Mary A. (Hemphill) T. ; ed. public schools;
m. May 6, 1873, Mary A. Norman. Learned
printer's trade; city editor Wilmington Daily
Gazette, 1873; editor and part owner, 1882;
political editor Every Evening, 1884-95. Clerk
State senate, 1877; reading clerk of lower
house, 1887; mem. city council, 1879-88; Dem-
ocrat. Residence: 1214 W. 10th St. Office : Every
Evening, Wilmington, Del.

TAYLOR, Robert Fenwicls:, chief justice
Supreme Court Fla.; b. Beaufort Dist., S.
C, March 10, 1849; .?. John M. and Maria B.
T. ; ed. by private tutors and at Md. Mil.
Inst.; admitted to bar, 1870; established
practice in Fla.; m. Feb. 1, 1872, Amelia E.
Haile, of Camden, S. C. Mem. Fla. Consti-
tutional Conv., 1885; apptd. asso. justice Su-
preme Court, Fla., Jan., 1891; elected to same
office, 1892, and re-elected, 1898, for full term
of 6 yrs.; chosen chief justice, Jan., 1899.
Address: Tallahassee, Fla.

TAYLOR, Robert Love, lawyer; b. Hap-
py Valley, Carter Co., Tenn., July 31, 1850;
ed. at Pennington, N. J.; admitted to Tenn.
bar, 1878; mem. Congress, 1879-81; elector at
large on Cleveland ticket, 1884; pension agt.
at Kaoxville, 1885-7; elected gov., 1886, as
Democrat, his opponent being his brother
Alfred A. Taylor; was gov., 1887-91; prac-
ticed law at Chattanooga, 1891-6; presiden-
tial elector on Cleveland ticket, 1892; again
gov., 1897-9; m. 1878, Sarah L. Baird, of
Asheville, N. C. Address: Johnson City, Tenn.

TAYLOR, Robert Stewart, lawyer; b.
Ross Co., O., May 22, 1838; i. Rev. Isaac N.
T. ; moved with family to Ind. in childhood;
academic ed'n; admitted to bar, 1860; prac-
ticed at Ft. Wayne; served 1 term as judge;
one in Ind. legislature; mem. Mississippi
River Comm'n; Republican. Active in polit-
ical campaigns. Mem. Monetary Comm'n
apptd. by Exec. Com. of Indianapolis Mon-
etary Conf., 1897. Address: 391 Fairfield Av.,
Ft. Wayne, Ind.

TAYLOR, Robert William, M. D. ; b.

London, Eng., Aug. 11, 1842; grad. Coll.
Phys. & Surg., New York, 1868; established
practice in New York; has been prof, dis-
eases of the skin in Woman's Med. Coll.,
New York, and in med. dept. Univ. of Vt. ;
surgeon, venereal dept. of Charity Hosp.,
Bellevue Hosp. Dispensary, New York Dis-
pensary, etc.; specialist in venereal and skin
diseases. Address: 40 W. 21st St., New York.



TAYLOR, Tlioinns, chemist, microscoplst,
physician; b. Perth, Scotland, April 22, L820;
s. Thomas and Anne (Kennedy) T. ; ed. in
Scotland, including scientific course Ander-
sonian Univ., Glasgow, 1835-8; sp'l studies
chemistry, frietional electricity, galvanism,
etc. Invented first Interleaved elec. con-
denser, as improvement on Leyden jar, 1S41;
pneumatic battery for igniting explosives
for mining and blasting, 1850; safety lamp
for coal minis; rotary galvanic battery.
Came to U. S. in 1851, demonstrated that
electricity could be transmitted across sea
to given point without wires; became con-
nected with Ordnance Dept., U. S. A., had
charge rifle shell branch, Washington Arse-
nal during Civil war; invented improved
rifle projectiles. Invented and patented rub-
ber, to supersede wax, moulds for plate
work. Studied and became specialist on fun-
goid diseases of plants. Chief Div. Micro-
scopy, U. S. Dept., Agr., 1S71-95; grad. med.
dept. Georgetown Univ., 1882. Fellow A. A.
A. S.; hon. mem. Micros. Sect. Royal Inst.
Liverpool, Eng. ; Internat. Med. Soc. of Hy-
giene, Brussels; mem. Am. Chem. Soc,
French Chem. Soc, Med. Soc. of Washing-
ton, etc One of founders Washington Chem.
and Biol. Socs. Author: Students' Handbook
of Mushrooms of America, Edible and Pois-
onous; The Diseases of Plants, US; Edible
and Poisonous Mushrooms, U8; The Differ-
entiation of the Fatty Crystals of Butter and
of Oleomargarine, U8; The Silver Nitrate
Test for Oils, U8; Causes of Bursting of
Heavy Ordnance; The Common House Fly
as a Carrier of Poisons. Address: 238 Massa-
chusetts Av., N. E., Washington.

TAYLOR, Thomas Ovan, prof. civ. en-
g'ring Univ. of Tex. since 1888; b. Parker
Co., Tex., Jan. 2, 1858; s. John Henry T. ;
ed. Texas common schools, Sam Houston
Normal, Huntsville, Tex., 1879-80; grad.
Univ. of Va., C. E., 1883 (Master Civ. En-
g'ring, Cornell, 1895); m. Albemarle Co., Va.,
July 17, 1888, Daisy Moon. Prof, physics and
mathematics Miller Inst., Albemarle Co.,
Va., 1885; mem. Am. Math. Soc, asso. mem.
Am. Soc. Civ. Eng'rs. Author: Prismoidal
Formulae, 1898 W9; The Austin Dam, 1900.
Wrote: The Silting up of Colorado Lake,
Eng'ring News, 1900; Break of Austin Dam,
same, April, May, June, Nov., 1900. Address:
Austin, Tex.

TAYLOR, Walter Herron, pres. Marine
Bank of Norfolk; b. Norfolk, Va., June 13,
1838; ed. Norfolk Acad, and Va. Mil. Inst.;
m. Elizabeth Selden, d. John L. Saunders,
U. S. N. Bank officer, 1856-61; served in C.
S. A., 1861-5, on staff Gen. Robert E. Lee,
part of time as his a. d. c, and part of time
as adj. -gen. army of Northern Va. ; present
at all gen. engagements of the army under
Gen. Lee. Statesenatorof Va., 1869-73. Author:
Four Years with General Lee. Address: Nor-
folk, Va.

TAYLOR, Will f am, M. E. missionary bish-
op for Africa since May, 1884; b. Rockbridge
Co., Va., May 2, 1S21; brought up as farmer
and tanner; entered Methodist ministry,
1842; missionary in Calif., 1849-56; 5 yrs. in
Canada and New England; went to Europe,


1862; conducted missionary services in Aus-
tralia, Tasmania and New Zealand 3 yrs.;
Visited S. Africa and convertcj many Kaf-
firs to Christianity; spent a yr. In evangel-
istic work in Great Britain; organized many
self-supporting clis. In India, 1872-6, and in
S. America, 1876-84; afterward in Africa es-
tablishing mission stas. on the Congo and
elsewhere. Author : Seven Years' Street Preach-
ing in San Francisco; California Life Illus-
trated; The Model Preacher; Reconciliation:
or, How to Be Saved; Infancy and Manhood
of Christian Life; Christian Adventures In
South Africa; Four Years' Campaign In In-
dia; Pauline Methods of Missionary Work;
The Flaming Torch in Darkest Africa; Story
of My Life; etc. Address: 150 5th Av., New

TAYLOR, William Alton, asst. pomolo-
gist U. S. Dept. Agr. since 1891; b. Chelsea,
Mich., June 23, 1863; s. Rev. James F. and
Mary (Porter) T. ; ed. public schools Saug-
atuck and Douglas, Mich., 1871-83; grad.
Mich. Agr'l Coll., 1888; m. Dec. 15, 1891, Hel-
en Cumming Patterson, Chicago. Lived on
fruit farm during boyhood; managed fruit
farm and nursery, Douglas, Mich., 1888-91;
sec. West Mich. Fruit Growers' Soc, 1890;
since 1897 sec Am. Pomological Soc. Address:
55 Q St., N. E., Washington.

TAYLOR, "William George Langwor-
tliy, prof, economics, Univ. of Neb., since
1893; b. New York, May 13, 1859: s. of Dr.
George H. and Sarah E. (Langworthy) T. ;
prep, ed'n in public and private schools. New
York; grad. Harvard, 1880; studied Colum-
bia Univ. Law School, 1880-1; Harvard Univ.
Law School, 1881-3, LL. B., 1883; studied 4
yrs. in Europe, 1886-90, 2 yrs. in iScole des
Sciences Politiques and College de France,
1886-8; Leipzig Univ., 1888-90; mem. Phi Beta
Kappa, Harvard and Neb. ; m. Winchester,
111., June 21, 1894, Frances Chamberlain
Brown (Smith Coll., A. B., '82; A. M., '85).
Author: Exercises in Economics, Univ. Pub.
Co., Lincoln, 1900. Writer of reviews and ar-
ticles on economic subjects in various pub-
lications. Address: 435 N. 25th St., Lincoln,

TAYLOR, William Latld, artist, illustra-
tor; b. Grafton, Mass., Dec. 10, 1854; j. Wil-
liam H. and Anna Maria T. ; ed. Worcester,
Mass.; art schools, Boston and New York,
and under Boulanger and Le Febvre, Paris,
1884-5; since then painter and illustrator, U.
S. Recent works: Selections from Longfel-
low's poems; also series of pictures illus-
trating The Century in New England. Ad-
dress: Wellesley, Mass.

TAYLOR, William Sylvester, lawyer;
b. Butler Co., Ky., Oct. 10, 1853; 5. Sylvester
T.; ed. common schools of Butler Co.; m.
Feb. 10, 1878, Sarah B. Taun. Clerk Butler
Co., Ky., court, 1882-6; judge Butler Co.,
1886-94; att'y-gen. Ky., 1895-9; elected gov.
of Ky., and, in 1900, removed from that of-
fice by Ky. Gen. Assembly; Republican. Ad-
dress: Indianapolis, Ind.

TELLER, Henry Moore, U. S. senator;
b. Granger, Allegany Co., N. Y., May 23,
1830; ed. common schools, Rushford Acad.,



and Alfred Univ. (LL. D., 1886). Taught
school several yrs. ; admitted to bar, Bing-
hamton, N. Y., 1856; practiced in 111., Jan.,
1858, to April, 1861, when he removed to
Colo., and resumed practice of law; maj.-
gen. Colo, militia, 1862-4. U. S. senator from
Dec. 4, 1876, until April 17, 1882; Sec. of the
Interior in President Arthur's cabinet, April,
1882, to March 3, 1885; again U. S. senator
from Colo, since March 4, 1885; re-elected,
1891, as Republican, but withdrew from Nat.
Rep. Conv., 1896, because of financial plank
in platform. Re-elected, 1897, as Independent
Silver Republican, for term expiring March
3, 1903. -Home: Central City, Colo.

TEMPEST, Marie Susan (Mrs. Cosmo
Stuart), opera singer; b. London, July 15,
1866; d. Edwin and Sarah Etherington; mu-
sical ed'n Convent des Ursulines, Thildonck,
Belgium, and Royal Acad. Music, London;
first sang in concert, but soon went into
light opera in leading roles; came to U. S.
as prima donna in New York Casino Co. ;
has appeared in comic opera in prin. Am.
cities; more recently in England; received
numerous medals for Italian and declama-
tory English singing; m. 1898, Cosmo Charles
Gordon-Lennox (Cosmo Stuart), son of the
late Lord Alexander Gordon-Lennox. Creat-
ed Nell Gwyn in English Nell, 1900.

TEMPLE, Ed-ward Lowe, banker, au-
thor; b. Ft. Winnebago, Wis., May 12, 1844;

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