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know ; but that, observing a flash, often repeated, from a
certain bush, that was generally followed by the fall of one
of Stark's men, he fired that way, and put the flash out."

MOSES ALLEN.
/ N. N., born 1748, brother of the preceding. P. C. 1772.
Licensed to preach by the Presbytery of New Brunswick, N.
J., in 1774. Preached in Virginia, also near Charleston, S. 0.



276 ANTIQUITIES AND HISTORICALS.

In 1777 became pastor of the churcli at Midway, Ga. The
next year, the British army, having burned the meeting
house, took him a prisoner. After a confinement of several
weeks, on board a prison ship, in attempting to swim ashore,
he was drowned, at the age of thirty. An earnest, faithful
minister.

WILLIAM ALLEN.

Son of Rev. Thomas, born at Pittsfield, 1784. H. 0. 1802.
Preached his first sermon in his father's pulpit, July 29th,
1804. Afterwards an officer for a few years at Harvard College.
Succeeded his father, as pastor at Pittsfield, in 1810. Chosen
president of Dartmouth College in 1816, and of Bowdoin Col-
lege in 1819. Kemoved to Northampton in 1839, resided on
the same street where his ancestors lived, and w^here he
deceased, 1866. Author of the American Biographical and
Historical Dictionary, Memoir of John Codman, D.D., Dor-
chester, Second Centennial Address at Northam^^ton, Oct.
29th, 1854, and other publications.

JOHN WHEELOCK ALLEN.

Son of the preceding, born at Pittsfield, 1813. B. C. 1834.
Grad. at Andover Theological Seminary, 1837. Ordained
1838. Preached at Homer, Mich., Trenton, N. Y., Wayland,
Mass., in Wisconsin, at Chesterfield, and elsewhere. Chap-
lain U. S. A., Baton Rouge, La., 1862-63. Present resi-
dence, North Woodstock, Ct.

WILLIAM ALLEN.

A native of Brunswick, Me., son of the president, born
1822. A. C. 1842. Grad. at Law School, New Haven, 1844.
Commenced practice in Northampton, 1848. In partnership
with Hon. C. P. Huntington, 1849-52, and with the Bonds,
1870-72. Appointed Judge of the Superior Court, Mass.,



KORTHAMPTON GRADUATES. 277

1872. In 1881, received the appointment of Judge on the
Bench of the Supreme Court of Mass.

ELI P. ASHMUN.

Originated in Blandford, Mass., born 1771. Studied law
with Judge Sedgwick of Stockbridge. Settled in North-
ampton in 1807. The same year received the Honorary
A. M., from Middlebury College, also, in 1809, the same
degree from Harvard. Chosen U. S. Senator in 1816. His
wife was Lucy, youngest daughter of Rev. John Hooker.
He died 1819, while a member of Congress, at the age of
forty-eight.

JOHN HOOKER ASHMUN.

Son of the foregoing, born at Blandford, 1800. H. 0.
1818. For the first three years studied at Williams College.
A lawyer. On the decease of Judge Howe in 1828, he
taught the Northampton Law School. The next year
received the appointment of professor of Law at Harvard
College. Acquirf^d a high reputation as a jurist, and died
April 1, 1833.

GEORGE ASHMUN.

Another son of Hon. Eli P., born 1801. Y. C. 1823.
A student in Judge Howe's law school. Settled in Spring-
field. A Whig member of Congress, 1845-51. President
of Chicago Republican Convention of 1860. Distinguished
as a patriotic, able man, both as statesman and lawyer.
Died 1870.

JOHN P. AVERILL.

From Boston. D. C. 1847. Teacher of the Prescott
School, Boston. The first Supt. of Public Schools in North-
ampton, 1867-70.
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278 ANTIQUITIES AND HISTORICALS.

OSMYN BAKER.

Born at Amherst, 18th of May, 1800, a descendant of
Edward B., one of the first settlers of Northampton. Y.

C. 1822. Was a member of the Northampton Law School.
Commenced practice 1825, at Amherst. Between 1833-37,
he represented that town four times in the Legislature.
Chosen County Commissioner. Served three terms in Con-
gress, 1839-45. Formed a copartnership with Charles Delano,
Esq., in 1842. Removed to Northampton in 1845. Pres-
ident of Board of Trustees of the Smith Charities from
1860-70. He died Feb. 9th, 1875.

HENRY BAKER.

Went from Northampton to College in 1850. W. U. 1854.
Joined California Conference of M. E. Church in 1856.
Returned, and labored at Newton Corner, Mass., and else-
where, 1863-67. Voice failing, he engaged in business, 1869,
in New York City.

WILLIAM LAWRENCE BAKER.

Son of Hon. Osmyn, born 1840, at Amherst. D. C. 1858.
Studied law. In 1861, was commissioned as Second Lieutenant
of Artillery, in the regular army, promoted First Lieutenant
the same year, was killed in battle at Antietam, Sept. 17th,
1863, at the age of twenty-three. Orders were received to
cross the Bridge; while in the act of mounting his horse,
a shell burst over him, killing him instantly. All the offi-
cers of this company were either killed or wounded in this
engagement.

GEORGE BANCROFT.

Born 3d Oct., 1800, at Worcester, son of Rev. Aaron B.,

D. D. H. C. 1817. Next year went to Europe, to study at
the University of Gottingen, and also at Berlin. Absent



N-ORTHAMPTON^ GRADUATES. 279

four years, travelled extensively. Tutor at Harvard 1822-23.
Associate principal of the Eound Hill School at Northamp-
ton, from 1824, till its discontinuance. Appointed Collector
of Boston in 1838, and Secretary of the Navy in 1845.
Minister to England 1846-49. Also to Berlin. Has received
honors from Societies, Colleges, Universities, at home and
abroad. Author of History of the United States, translated
into several foreign languages.

JOHN CHANDLER BANCROFT.

N. N., born 1835, son of Hon. George B. H. C. 1854.
An artist painter at Cambridge, Mass., residing .Avith his
family at Milton.

GEORGE BANCROFT, Jr.

N. N., born 1837, second son of the historian. H. C.
1856. Has resided in France for several years, where he
married a French lady.

BENJAMIN BARRETT.

Born in Concord, Mass., in 1796, son of Peter Barrett.
H. C. 1819. Grad. at Harvard Medical School 1823.
Came the same year to Northampton, formed a partnership
with Dr. David Hunt, Hunt & Barrett. Chosen to the
Legislature in 1842 ; the State Senate, in 1843-44. County
Commissioner in 1847. Treas. of the Northampton Savings
Bank 1854-64. A liberal donor of the Amherst College
Gymnasium, hence called Barrett Gymnasium. He died
June, 1869, aged seventy-three.

EDWARD BENJAMIN BARRETT.

N. N., born 1836, son of the preceding. Grad. at the
College of Physicians and Surgeons, N. Y., 1859. Phys-
ician in his native town. Received the Honorary A. M.



280 ANTIQUITIES Al^D HISTORICALS.

from Amherst College in 1859. Died 1865, aged twenty-
nine.

M. E. BARRY.

A native of South Boston. Educated at the Schools of
Cambridge and New York City. Grad. in 1860 at St.
Bonaventure's College, Alleghany, N. Y. Since 1872, has
been pastor of St. Mary's Church, Catholic, of Northamj^ton.

ISAAC C. BATES.

Son of Col. Jacob B., a lieutenant in the Eevolutionary
War, of Granville ; born 1779. Y. C. 1802. The valedicto-
rian. Studied law with Seth P. Staples, Esq., of New Haven.
Settled in Northampton about 1804. Delivered a fourth of
July oration in 1805. Much occupied in ^professional and
civil life. In 1817, took his seat as a representative in
Congress, continued for eight successive years, then declined
re-election. For two years was a member of the Governor's
Council. Also an elector of the President and Vice Pres-
ident of the United States. In 1841, chosen U. S. Sena-
tor for the unexpired term of lion. John Davis. Re-
elected Senator for six years. His speech against the ad-
mission of Texas into the Union, was followed by sickness
and death, March 15th, 1845, aged sixty-six. Mr. Web-
ster's address in the Senate, on this occasion, drew tears
from every eye.

SAMUEL HENSHAW BATES.

N. N., born 1814, son of the Senator. Y. C. 1833.
Studied law with his father. Fond of our-door life, espec-
ially of farming, he withdrew from legal practice and
engaged in agriculture. At the breaking out of the rebel-
lion, he enlisted as a private in the 24th Regt. Mass. Vols.,
but was promoted, engaged in all the early battles in



JSrORTHAMPTOK GRADUATES. 281

North Carolina, under Gen. Foster. A clerk for several

years in the War and Treasury Departments, at AVashington.

He died Jan. 3d, 1879, at Santa Rosa, California. Never

married.

WILLIAM BILLINGS.

From Conway. W. C. 1798. After studying his jorofes-
siou he lived a few years in Northampton, a lawyer. Later
in life, he had a well managed farm near Cleveland, 0.

BENJAMIN a BLODGETT.

Born in Boston. Studied under private instruction.
Grad. 1861, at the University of Leipsic, Germany. Resided
fifteen years in Pittsfield. Professor of Music at Smith
College.

ALFRED BOLTER

N. N., born 4th July, 1811, son of William and Nancy

Pomeroy B., and grandson of Maj. Daniel Pomeroy. He

left Northampton in early life. At nineteen, entered the

Academy at Ovid, N. Y. After studying three years and

teaching two or three more, health declined. Consulting a

neighboring physician, he changed his plans for life; entered

on a course of medical study. Grad. at Geneva Medical

Institution about 1838. Practiced at Ovid, where he lived

over forty years. Entered with enthusiasm into the great

temperance reform, became an eloquent, successful public

speaker ; a trustee of Ovid Academy, a member of the

Faculty of Geneva Medical School, Supt. of the Sabbath

School for twenty years. Universally esteemed. Deceased

July 12th, 1880.

ETHAN ELY BOIES.

A native of Blandford, born Feb. 28th, 1829, son of Justus
B., who removed to Northam^^ton. A. C. 1851. A banker
and broker in Mendon, Ct., Cape May, N. J., and in Wall



282 ANTIQUITIES AKD HISTORICALS.

street, N. Y. City. In 1859, removed to Wisconsin, studied
law, admitted to the bar 1860, practiced at Janesville, Wis.;
in 1863 connected with the pay department of the army, till
the close of the war. Then went to New York, and en-
gaged in life insurance till his death. He died in Brooklyn,
N. Y., May 4th, 1869.

WILLIAM BOIES.

Son of Justus. Y. C. 1852. He studied law with Hon.
Henry Hogeboom in Hudson, N. Y., and subsequently be-
came his law partner. In 1855, removed to N. Y. City and
entered into partnership with Judge Sutherland. Afterward
practiced in Northampton until March, 1871, when he re-
moved to Troy, where he lived till his death, June 17th,
1872.

D. W. BOND.
Originated at Canterbury, Ct., 1838, son of Daniel H. B.
Grad. at Columbia College Law School, N. Y., 1862, took
the Lieber prize in the department of political science.
Settled in Florence, Northampton, 1863. Formed partner-
ship with Hon. William Allen, 1870-72. In 1877, chosen
district attorney for three j^ears for Hampshire and Franklin
counties. In 1880, re-chosen to the same position.

HENRY H. BOND.

Brother of the preceding. Graduated at Columbia College
Law School 1869, and settled in Florence 1870. A law
partner with his brother. Treasurer of the Florence Savings
Bank. Went South for his health in September, 1878; died
at Millborough, Va., 22d Oct., 1881, aged thirty-four.

J. B. BOTTUM.

N. N., son of Samuel A. B. Grad. at the Law School
of Columbia College 1874. Next year became associated in
law practice with the Bond Brothers.



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DAVID BRAINERD.

Educated three years at Yale College, in the class of 1743.
Owing to his peculiar relation to the Edwards family, his
long and last sickness, his funeral and interment in this
town, and the deep interest felt in him by the people then
and ever since, his name is here inserted.

ROBERT BRECK.

From Springfield. Y. C. 1756. A lawyer, and clerk of
the court of common pleas, and resident many years of
Northamj)ton ; died here 1799, aged sixty- three. His son,
Col. John B., a trader in Northampton, died 1827.

JOSEPH HUNT BRECK.

N. N., born 1800, son of Joseph H. B. Y. C. 1818, and
at Andover Theological Seminary 1823. Pastor at Dummers-
ton, Vt., and South Hadley Falls. A missionary on the
Western Reserve. Taught at Cleveland, 0., 1833-35. Hav-
ing a feeble constitution he followed farming after 1843, and
lived at Newburgh, near Cleveland. He died June 21st,
1880, in his 83d year.

EDWARD BRECK.

N. N., son of Col. John. Studied Avith Hunt & Barrett.
Grad. at Berkshire Medical College 1830. Went to Brecks-
ville, 0., and practiced through life. He died there a few
years since.

SAMUEL BRECK.

N. N., son of Dea. Aaron. Entered Amherst College,
1844, and remained two years. B. U. 1848. Taught in
New Jersey, Baltimore, in North Granville, N. Y., at the
same time continued his studies for the ministry. When
nearly prepared to preach he gave up teaching, and came
home to rest. Stricken with consumption, he died after a
short illness, in June, 1853.



284 ANTIQUITIES AND HISTORICALS.

THOMAS BRIDGMAN.

N. N., born 1740, a descendant of James B., wlio settled
in Northampton soon after 1654. H. C. 1762. He read
law in the ofiQce of Major Hawley, and in 1765, began prac-
tice here, which he followed only a few years. He died in
1771, aged thirty-one.

ANSEL BRIDGMAN.

N. N., son of Joseph of North Farms. W. C. 1827.
Studied at Theological Seminary, Auburn, N. Y. Eeceiyed
ordination as a home missionary, went to Michigan; abun-
dant in labors, manifesting an excellent spirit, leaving a good
record, he died 1838.

LEWIS BRIDGMAN.

N. N., son of Noah of North Farms. Grad. at Theolog-
ical Department of Oberlin College, in 1839. Has labored
mostly at the West. Now preaches at Bethel, Clay county,
Dakota.

CLARENCE E. BROWN.

Of Conway, son of Erastus B. Studied some four years at
Massachusetts Agricultural College, the last two years taking
only a partial course. Has resided at Florence ; business,
electro-plating. Kecently removed to Northampton Center.
His lecture, Verdict of Political Economy against Intem23er-
ance, has been delivered in several places.

HENRY BURROUGHS.

H. C. 1834. Rector of St. John's Church, 1841-1850.
Afterwards rector of Christ's Church, Boston.

JOHN S. BUTLER.

N. N., born Oct. 12th, 1803, son of Daniel B. Y. C.
1825. Grad. at Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia,
1828. Began in Worcester, May, 1829. Married Miss Cor-



KORTHAMPTON GRADUATES. 285

delia Williams of Boston, Oct. 4th, 1832. Appointed Supt.
of Boston Lunatic Hospital 1839, also physician and surgeon
of the Public Institution, South Boston. Became physician
and superintendent of Connecticut Retreat for the Insane, at
Hartford, 1843. Eesigned Oct. 17th, 1872. The directors
of the Retreat voted, Oct. 19th, 1872, "That in accepting
Dr. Butler's resignation, we recognize his long and faithful
services to the institution, and his successful endeavors to
promote its highest interests. We see, as the result of these
thirty years, the dreary and forbidding walls of the narrow
passage ways, comfortless rooms and dormitories of 1843,
converted into an institution well nigh perfect in all its ap-
pointments, вАФ the spacious halls and parlors ornamented with
paintings, engravings, and other works of art ; the whole
structure rebuilt, placing the Retreat among the most home-
like and cheerful residences of the kind anywhere to be
found ; libraries of books and the periodicals of the day
upon the tables, and in every hall ; the ground and lawn
converted from an open field to one of the most beautiful of
parks. Yet the most gratifying result is in the restoration
of patients scattered up and down through the whole land,
whose grateful remembrances he enjoys, and whose blessings
will follow him to the end of his days." Dr. Butler has
been President of the Conn. Board of Health since its
organization. Is an honorary member of the Medico-Psyco-
logical Association of Great Britain.

SAMUEL RUSSELL BUTLER.

N. N., born 1837, son of J. H. Butler. W. C. 1858.
Studied at the Union Theological Seminary, N. Y. City.
Received licensure to preach from the Hampshire West Asso-
ciation. For twelve years and more, was a missionary on the
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286 ANTIQUITIES AND HISTORICALS.

Labrador coast, under the auspices of Zion Congregational
Church of Montreal.

JONATHAN HUNT BUTLER.

N. K, born 1839, brother of the foregoing. W. C. 1859.
He entered the firm of E. H. Butler & Co., Philadelphia,
and remains in the publishing business. Travelled in Europe
in 1881-82.

STEPHEN BREWER BUTLER.

N. N., born 1843. W. C. 1863. After leaving college
he entered the same house, E. H. B. & Co., Philadelphia.
Compelled by ill health, he returned to his native town.
He died 1866, aged twenty-three.

CHARLES ARMS CARLETON.

From Brooklyn, N. Y. Eeceived his early education,
including preparation for college, in N. D. C. 1857. In
the mercantile business, N. Y. City.

H. J. GATE.

A native of Sanbornton, N. H., born 1824, son of Capt.
Jonathan Cate. Grad. at Medical College, Woodstock, Vt.,
1849. Grad. afterwards at Pennsylvania Homeopathic Med-
ical College, Philadelphia. Practiced in Northampton, 1854-
57. Afterwards at Brooklyn, New York, and Amherst.
Returned to Northampton 1877.

CYRUS N. CHAMBERLAIN.

Born in West Barnstable, March 8th, 1829. Grad. at
Vermont Medical College, Woodstock, 1850. Settled in
Northampton 1857-61, a partner of the late Dr. James
Thompson. Entered United States service, 1861, as surgeon
of 10th Mass. Volunteers. In 1864, assigned surgeon in
chief of the 4th Div. 5th Army Corps, served during the



NORTHAMPTON GRADUATES. 287

campaign of the Army of the Potomac, from Rapidan to
Petersburg. Superintended the building of the New Hos-
pital in Worcester. Commenced practice in Lawrence, Mass.,
immediately after the war, where he still lives.

NATHANIEL CHAUNCEY.

Son of Rev. Nathaniel C. of Hatfield, born 1681. His
mother married, 1686, Dea. Medad Pomeroy of N. Y. C.
1702. Minister of Durham, Ct., for nearly sixty years.

DAVID LEE CHILD, ^

H. C. 1817. A lawyer. Came from Boston to N. 18/7.
Experimented in making sugar from beets ; made in all
some 1,300 pounds. He returned to Boston. His wife,
Lydia Maria Child, is known by her writings in literary
circles.

HAYNES HANFORD CHILSON.

Born in Charlemont, son of John C. A. C. 1843. Ad-
mitted to Greenfield Bar 1847. Settled the same year in
Northampton. On the Board of County Commissioners for
three years. Commissioner of Insolvency for five years.
Brigade ins2")ector on the staff of Gen. Cook. Chairman of
the School Committee for several years. Postmaster four
years. In 1875, appointed Trial Justice.

HENSHAW BATES CHILSON.

N. N., son of the preceding. A. C. 1876. Studied
with his father, also in the office of Delano & Hammond.
Admitted 1880 to Northampton Bar. In October, 1881,
formed a law partnership with W. C. Greene of Boston,
and there resides.

EZRA CLAPP.

N. N., born May 20th, 1716, son of Preserved and Mehit-



288 ANTIQUITIES AND HISTORICALS.

able Warner Olapp. Y. C. 1740. Located at Westfield,
one of the selectmen there in 1759. Died as early as 1769.

CALEB CLAPP.

N. N., son of Asahel. Y. C. 1785. A student of 2:>hysic,
died in Westfield, of nervous fever, Nov. 28th, 1787, aged
twentv-three.

CHESTER E. CLAPP.

N. N., son of Chester, the tailor. Grad. at Pittsfield
Medical College, 1834. Went west and settled at Hillsdale,
Hillsdale County, Michigan.

AZARIAH CLARK.

N. N., born 1778. When quite young, was adopted by
his uncle, Azariah Parsons of Worthington. W. C. 1805.
After studying for the ministry, he settled, in 1807,
in Canaan, N. Y., where he lived till 1830. Earely
preached, it is said, without tears.

JOSIAH CLARK.

N. N., born 1785, son of Dea. Isaac C. W. C. 1809.
Taught Leicester Academy 1809-18. Pastor of Congrega-
tional Church at Kutland, from 1818-45. His public min-
istrations were always acceptable and impressive.

JOSIAH CLARK, Jr.

Son of Rev. Josiah C, born at Leicester, 1814. Y. C.
1833. Andover Theological Seminary, 1840. Principal Wil-
liston Seminary, 1849-63. Teacher in Northampton from
1863. Professor of Latin and Greek in Smith College.
Received LL. D. from Yale in 1875. He died May 3d,
1878, aged sixty-four,



KORTHAMPTO^ST GRADUATES. 289

THEODORE JARVIS CLARK.

ISr. N., son of Dea. Enos 0. W. C. 1836. Completed
his theological course at Andover Seminary 1841. Pastorate
of Village Chnrch, Cummington, 1842-59. Preached at
Bernardston, 1859-61. At Ashfield, 1862-65. From 1865-
80, pastor at Northfield, Mass. Resides at Manchester, Vt.

SOLOMON CLARK.

N. N., son of Dea. Luther C, Elm street. W. C.
1837. Grad. at Theological Seminary, East Windsor, Ct.,
1840. Pastorate at Petersham, Mass., 1841-51 ; at South
Canton, Mass., 1851-58 ; at Plainfield, 1858. In 1866,
published a "Memorial of Mrs. Susan Woods Vining."
Author of Antiquities, Historicals, and Graduates of North-
ampton. His son-in-law, William H. Gardiner, a graduate
of Dartmouth College, 1876, is chief clerk in the Bureau
of Education, Washington, D. C.

JAMES DICKSON CLARK.

N. N., born 1828, son of Charles C, and grandson
of Dea. Luther C. W. C. 1848, having an honorary
appointment. Studied at the Cambridge Law School 1849-
50. Admitted to practice in 1851. Taught in Brooklyn,
N. Y., 1855-64. Afterwards in business in N. Y. His
valuable collection of minerals and shells, called the J. D.
Clark collection, has been added to the cabinet of Smith
College. Has recently been engaged in the preparation of
a Biographical Record of the Kappa Alpha Society in Wil-
liams College, from its foundation. Issued in handsome
octavo, at New York, 1881, pp. 292. Received with es-
pecial favor by the Society and by other friends of the col-
lege.



290 ANTIQUITIES AND HISTORICALS.

ISAAC EDWARDS CLARK.

N. N., son of Isaac C, the druggist. A student at the
High School. Y. C. 1855. Connected with the Depart-
ment of the Interior, Bureau of Education, Washington,
D. C.

ISAAC CLARK.

Son of Isaac C. A physician at Canterbury, Ct. Y. C.
1856. Grad. at Andover Theological Seminary, 1861, Or-
dained Nov. 12th, same year. His first settlement at Elmira,
N. Y., 1861-68. Next at Aurora, 111., 1868. Next at Brook-
lyn, N. Y. At Rondout, N. Y., 1874-82. Installed sixth
pastor of Edwards Church, Northampton, Feb. 15th, 1882.

JOHN B. CLARK.

Born in Providence, R. I., 1874. Son of John H. and
Charlotte S. Clark. A. C. 1872. Spent three years in
Europe, chiefly at Heidelburg University. For four years,
professor of Political Economy and History at Carleton Col-
lege, Northfield, Minn. Now professor at Smith College,

Northampton.

CHARLES NATHANIEL CLARK.

N. N., born April 4th, 1853, son of Charles, and grandson
of Nathaniel. A. C. 1873. Taught one year, 1873-74, at
the Hitchcock Free High School, Brimfield, Alass. Studied
with Delano & Hammond. Admitted to the bar February,
1877. Began practice the same year in his native town.

LEWIS CRAWFORD CLARK.

N. N., son of Luther Clark, a banker in New York. H.
C. 1874. In business with his brother in Wall street, the
firm being ('lark & Brother, bankers.

FRANK EDGAR CLARK.

N. N., son of Israel C. Y. C. 1877. In the office of the



KORTHAMPTON GRADUATES. 291

Williams Manufacturing Company. Afterwards travelling
salesman for the same.

JOHN PROCTOR CLARK.

Son of Isaac E., born in Italy. Y. C. 1878. Studied
law with Timothy G. Spaulding, Esq. Assistant in Wolford's
District Attorney's office, South District, New York.

EZRA E. CLARK.

Son of Rev. Jonas, Supt. of Water Works. Grad. 1880,
at the Worcester Technical Institute. In 1881, accepted a
position in the Deane Steam Pump Company, Holyoke.

JOHN P. CLEVELAND.

B. C. 1821. Pastor of Tabernacle Church, Salem, and at
Detroit. President Marshall College, Michigan, 1838-43.
Pastor at Cincinnati, and at Providence, R. I. At North-
ampton, in the First Church, 1853-55, and elsewhere. He
died at Newburyport, 1873.

ELISHA GREENE COBB.

A native of Canterbur}^, Ct., born May 2d, 1831. A. C.
1857. Union Theological Seminary, N. Y. City, 1860. Pas-
tor Second Presbyterian Church, Peekskill, N. Y., 1860-66.
Also of Florence Congregational Church (Northampton), 1866.
Has served on the School Committee of Northampton.

JOSEPH GREEN COGSWELL.

Born at Ipswich, Sept. 27th, 1786. H. C. 1806. Visited
the East Indies. Tutor at Harvard, 1814-15. Founder and
Associate Principal of the celebrated Round Hill School, at
Northampton, about 1823-34. Supt. of the Astor Library,
N. Y. City, 1843-60. Died at Cambridge, Mass., Nov.
26th, 1871.



292 ANTIQUIl^IES AND HISTORlCALS.

THEODORE COOK.

N. N., born 1815, sou of Enos. W. C. 1842. Yale

Theological Seminary 1845. Settled at Stowe, 1847-52. At

Menasha, Wisconsin, 1854-57. At Woonsocket, R. L, 1857-

66. Afterwards edited a pajDer in Worcester. He died in

1871, aged fifty-six.


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