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FKANCIS A. COOK.

N. N., son of Gen. Benjamin E. Grad. at Naval Acade-
my, Annapolis, Md., 1862. Lieut. Commander of the Ply-
mouth. In 1881, appointed to rank of captain.

TIMOTHY CHAPMAN COOLEY.

Of Granville, son of Rev. Dr. Cooley. W. 0. 1816.
Studied law with his uncle, I. 0. Bates, Esq. Resided here
a few years, then went to Indiana. Made teaching his princi-
pal employment.

CHARLES W. COOPER.

Born in Calais, Me. A. C. 1878. Grad. in Medicine at
Harvard University, 1877. Located in Northampton, 1881,
as a physician.

EMERSON DAVIS CORNISH.

Of West Hartland, Ct., born 1849, son of Simeon. A. C.

1872. Taught in Northampton High School. Principal of
Bridgewater High School. Died June 29th, 1878, aged
twenty-nine.

LOUIS BRADFORD COUCH.

Son of B. M. C. Born 1851, in Lee, Mass. Grad. at
New York Homeopathic College, 1874, receiving the first
gold medal of the college, for a new discovery of a new med-
icine, and the best record of clinical lectures. Practicing
in Nyack, N. Y.

MARK EDWIN COUCH.

Brother of Louis, born 1854, in Lee. A. C. 1878. Grad.
Columbia College Law School, 1880. Resides at North
Adams.



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D. MANSFIELD CRANE. '

Boru in Brookline, Vt., 1812, son of Thomas Crane. Pas- j

torate at Grafton, Vt., 1840-42 ; at North Springfield, Vt., :

1842-45. Next at Northampton, from 1846 nntil 1858. I

Served here nine years on the School Committee, and six

years as Supt. of Public Schools. In 1853, received the

honorary A. M. from Amherst College. After twenty years' :

absence, he returned to Northampton and began pastoral work

August, 1878. Died September, 1879. j

ABEL CUTLER. .

From Sudbury, Mass., born 1781. W. C. 1807. His ora-
tion at Commencement, on the '^Misapplication of talent,"
won much applause. Grad. at Andover Theological Seminary
1810. Pastor of Yarmouth, N. S., 1816-33. Not after-
wards settled. For the last twenty years of his life, health
impaired, lived at Northampton, where he died Feb. 27th,

1859.

SEBERT E. DAVENPORT.

Native place Haydenville. Son of Dr. Joseph N. Dav-
enport. Grad. at C'ollege of Dental Surgery, Philadelphia,
1878. Associated with his father in dental practice, in

Northampton.

GEORGE EDWARD DAY.

Born at Pittsfield, 1815. Y. C. 1833. Yale Theologi-
cal Seminary, 1838. The fourth pastor of the Edwards
Chnrch, Northampton, 1848-51. Professor of Sacred Litera-
ture in Lane Theological Seminary, 1851-66. Keceived D. D.
from Marietta College, 1856. Professor of Hebrew language
and Literature and Biblical Theology at New Haven Theo-
logical Seminary.

WILLIAM HOWARD DAY.

Educated by Dea. J. P. Williston. 0. C. 1847. Edited a

paper in Virginia ; now an editor in Harrisburg, Pa.
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294 ANTIQUITIES AI^D HISTORIC ALS.

CHARLES DELANO.

From New Braintree, born June 24th, 1820. A. C. 1840.
Admitted to the bar in 1842. The same jear formed a jDart-
nership with Hon. Osmyn Baker. County Treasurer; also
represented this district one term in Congress. Associated
in practice with J. C. Hammond, the firm being Dehino &
Hammond. President of the Hampshire Bar Association.
His son, Charles Delano, studied law. Admitted to Green-
field bar. Eegister in Bankruptcy, and lives at Greenfield.

E. E. DENNISTON.

Born in Ireland. Pursued his professional education in
Dublin and Edinburgh. Settled in Northampton about 1834.
Formed i:)artnership with Dr. Barrett. Denniston's Water
Cure, west of Northampton center, was long a place of resort.

CHARLES A. DEWEY.

Born in Williamstown. W. C. 1811. Settled in North-
ampton, 1826 ; partner for a time with Hon. I. C. Bates.
In 1830, appointed District Attorney. In 1837, became a
judge of the Supreme Court until his death, 1866. For
thirty years a member of the First Church, and for forty
years a trustee of Williams College. Father of the three
next mentioned.

FRANCIS HENSHAW DEWEY.

Five when the family settled in Northampton. W. C.
1840. Studied law at Yale and Harvard Law Schools ; also
with C. P. Huntington, Esq., in N. Admitted to practice
in 1843, and settled in Worcester. Appointed judge of the
Superior Court, 1866. Since 1869, has been a trustee of
Williams College. Received LL. D. from Williams College,
1873.



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CHARLES A. DEWEY, Jr.

N. N., born 1830. W. 0. 1851. Studied law at Harvard,
also at New York, where he went into practice. In 1856,
removed to Davenport, Iowa. In 1859, settled at Milford,
Mass; is judge of the Police Court.

GEORGE CLINTON DEWEY.

N. N., born 1840. W. C. 1860. Grad. at Medical De-
partment of Columbia College, N. Y., 1863. One of the
Medical Board at Bellevue Hospital, where he contracted the
disease, which terminated his useful career in 1864, only
twenty-three.

OSCAR DEWOLP.

Born in Chester, 1835, son of Dr. T. K. DeWolf. Grad.
at Berkshire Medical College (Pittsfield) 185T; also at New
York Medical College 1858. Studied in Paris, France, 1858-
61. Served as surgeon in the army through the war. In
1866, located in Northampton. In 1871, received the honor-
ary degree of A. M. from Williams College. In 1873, left
Northampton to reside in Chicago. In 1877, appointed
Commissioner of Health of the city of Chicago.

LEWIS EDWARDS DICKINSON.
N. N., born 1791, son of Josiah D. W. C. 1811. He
studied law and practiced his profession at Hackettstown,
N. J., where he died about 1815.

SIDNEY DICKINSON.

Son of Henry D. A member of Amherst College class of
1874. A Journalist, connected with the Boston Journal.

EDWARD DICKINSON.

Another son of Henry D. A. C. 1876. In 1879, estab-
lished himself in musical profession at Elmira, N. Y.



296 ANTIQUITIES AND HISTORICALS.

C. H. DICKINSON, Jr.

N. N., son of C. H. D. Grad. at College of Physicians
and Surgeons, New York city, March 1st, 1878. Now physi-
cian in Faribault, Minn.

CHARLES H. DICKINSON.
Son of Henry D. A. 0. 1881, Took the Ely prize for
composition, Junior year 1880. At Yale Theological Sem-
inary.

LEWIS J. DUDLEY.

Native of Guilford, Ct., son of Joel D. Y. C. 1838.
Tutor in Yale 1840-4(3. Grad. at Yale Law School 1837.
Taught a classical school in Northampton, 1849-63. Chosen
State Senator 1864; also a Represenvative several times. Trav-
elled in Europe 1880-81.

JAMES DUNLAP.

Born in Pelham, son of John D. Grad. at College of

Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1850. Settled same

year in Northampton.

DANIEL DWIGHT.

N. N., born 1699, son of Nathaniel D. Y. C. 1721.
Taught Hadley Grammar School 1721-23. Became connect-
ed with the Church of England, and preached for nearly
twenty years, near Charleston, S. C, where he died 1748, »
aged forty-nine.

MAJOR TIMOTHY DWIGHT.
N. N., born 1720, son of Col. Timothy, and grandson of
Nathaniel D. Y. C. 1744. An extensive trader and a large
landholder. He built and occupied the house in King street
now owned by Dr. Fisk. For many years selectman, town
recorder, register of probate, and for sixteen years judge of
the court of common pleas. Possessed great muscular
strength. The story is worth preserving that " Col. Timo-



NORTHAMPTON GRADUATES. 297

thy, father of Major Timothy Dwight, once threw a stone,
not only across the Connecticut, at Northampton, which was
some forty rods from the point where he stood, but thirty
rods more beyond, or in all 1165 feet." Major Timothy
died away from home, 1777, aged fifty-seven.

PRESIDENT TIMOTHY DWIGHT.

N. N., son of the foregoing, born May 14th, 1752. His
mother was Mary, the third daughter of Jonathan Edwards.
In college he attained the highest rank in scholarship.
Y. C. 1769. Tutor at Yale College for six years, 1771-77.
Chaplain in the Revolution, 1777-78. Taught in Northampton
nearly five years, 1778-83. Pastorate at Greenfield Hill, Ct.
Avhere he also had a flourishing school, 1783-95. President
of Yale College and professor of theology, 1795-1817, the
year of his decease. As a preacher, an author, an instructor
of young men, his name is widely known in this and other
lands. His seven sons were men of liberal culture ; five of
them were graduates.

MAJOR JOSIAH DWIGHT.

A native of Springfield, born 1767, son of Col. Josiah.
H. C. 1786. A merchant at Stockbridge. Next at North-
ampton, in business with his brother-in-law, Wm. T. Ed-
wards. Clerk of the Courts of Hampshire county. State
Treasurer of Massachusetts. His family numbered seventeen
children. His second wife. Madam Ehoda D., was grand-
daughter of the elder President Edwards. He died 1821,
aged fifty-three.

THEODORE DWIGHT.

N. N., born 1764, brother of the president. Settled as a
lawyer first in Haddam, Ct., then at Hartford. Became a
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298 ANTIQUITIES AND HISTORICALS.

York Daily Advertiser. Author of the '^History of the
Hartford Convention." Received honorary A. M. from Y.
C. 1798. He died at New York, June 11th, 1846, aged
eighty-one.

BENJAMIN WOOLSEY DWIGHT.

N. N., born 1780, son of President D. Y. C. 1799. A
physician in Catskill, N. Y. A hardware merchant in New
York city. In 1831, removed to Clinton, N. Y., and be-
came treasurer of Hamilton College. When a babe, his
nurse spilled a basin of cold water carelessly upon him, which
gave him the asthma for life.

NATHANIEL DWIGHT.

N. N., born 1763, brother of the president. After some
years of medical practice, turned his attention to theology,
and settled at AVest Chester, Ct., also in Oswego, N. Y.
Eeceived honorary A. M. from Williams College in 1801 ;
also the same from Yale m 1815. He published a geogra-
phy in 1796, with questions and answers, extensively used.
He died at Oswego, 1831, aged sixty-eight.

TIMOTHY DWIGHT.

N. N., born 1807, son of Cecil D. A. C. 1827. Tutor
at Amherst 1832. Studied for the ministry at New Haven.
While preparing to be a missionary, he contracted a disease
which terminated in consumption. He died 1835, aged
twenty-seven.

TIMOTHY EDWARDS DWIGHT.

N. N., born 1808, son of Major Josiah D. Y. C. 1827.
Studied law at Raleigh, N. C, with his mother's cousin,
Thomas Devereux, Esq. Winning in his manners, upright
in his deportment and prmciples. His career ended early.
He died 1833, aged twenty-five.



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HENRY AUGUSTUS DWIGHT.

N. N., born 1804, son of Cecil D. W. C. 1829. Studied
at New Haven and East Windsor Theological Institutions.
For twenty years taught at Norfolk, Va. Since the late
war he resided in his native town, where he died May 25th,
1879, aged seventy-five.

JOHN L. DWIGHT.

A musical critic, born in Boston, 1813. H. C. 1832.
One of the early ministers of the Unitarian Church in N.
In 1852 commenced D wight's Musical Journal, of which he
is still the editor.

ROBERT OGDEN DWIGHT.

N. N., born 1802, son of Major Josiah D. Grad. at
Andover Theological Seminary 1834. Ordained Aug. 28th,
1835, a missionary of the A. B. C. F. M., Madura District,
Southern India, where he died 1844, aged 42. Pronounced
*^one of the first class of missionaries."

WILLIAM CECIL DWIGHT.

N. N., born 1799, son of Cecil D. Pursued medical
study at New Haven. Settled at Moscow, N. Y. Eeceived
honorary A. M. from Yale 1844. Killed at Norwalk, Ct.
by the railroad and drawbridge disaster, May 6, 1853.

ROBERT O. DWIGHT.

Son of the missionary of the same name. Educated at
Yale for three years. Studied in Judge Allen's office, North-
ampton, also attended lectures at the Albany Law School.
Practiced in New York, 1862-65. A lawyer at South Had-
ley Falls. Present firm, D wight & Casey, attorneys at law,
Holyoke.



300 AITTIQUlTiES AND HISTORICALS.

PLINY EARLE.

Grad. at the Medical Department of the University of

Pennsylvania in 1837. Settled in Phihidelphia. President

of Frankford Insane Asylnm. In 1844, appointed medical

superintendent of Bloomingdale Insane Asylum, New York

city. In 1864, apj^ointed superintendent of Northampton

Lunatic Hospital. Has written and published much on

insanity. Has travelled extensively abroad, visiting lunatic
asylums.

JOHN EDEN.

The youngest son of an English family. A grad. of an
English University. Educated a lawyer. Resided in the
upper j)art of Elm street.

JONATHAN EDWARDS.

Son of Kev. Timothy E., of East Windsor, Ct. Com
menced the study of Latin at six. Y. 0. 1720. Tutor
at Yale, 1724-26. The third minister of Northampton.
A preacher, theologian, and author of world wide celebrity.
Uncommon success attended his ministry. Pastorate at
Northampton, 1727-50.

*^ Among the objects of interest to strangers visiting
Northampton, may be mentioned * The Edwards Trees,' three
venerable elms, planted probably by his own hands, covering
with their shade the ground where the Edwards' mansion
once stood." Missionary among the Stockbridge Indians,
1751-57. In January. 1758, accepted the jjresidency of
Princeton College, N. J. Died the same year, and but a
few weeks after entering on its duties, ^* Considered the
greatest of American logicians and theologians."

TIMOTHY EDWARDS.

N. N., born 1738, the eldest son of the president. P. C.
1757. First, a merchant in Elizabethtown, N. J. ; in 1770,



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settled in business at Stockbridge, Mass., where he lived over
forty years. A member of the State Council, 1775-80.
Judge of Probate, 1778-87.

JONATHAN EDWARDS.

N. N., born 1745, son of the president. Sometimes called
the younger Edwards. P. C. 17G5. Tutor at Princeton,
1766-69. Studied with Rev. Dr. Bellamy, at Bethlem,
etc Settled in New Haven, 1769-95. At Colebrook, Ct.,
1796-99. President of Union College, Schenectady, 1799-
1801. He died 1801, aged fifty-six.

Commencing with the first, five Jonathan Edwards, father
and son, may be instanced, representing five successive gen-
erations, all graduates, viz. : Rev. Jonathan of Northamp-
ton, Yale College, 1720 ; Rev. Dr. Jonathan, Princeton Col-
lege, 1765; Jonathan Walter Edwards, an eminent lawyer,
Yale College 1789; Jonathan, Y. C. 1819; Jonathan, Y. C.
1863, a physician of New Haven, Ct.

PIERPONT EDWARDS.

N. N., born 1750, the youngest son of the president. P.
C. 1768. A lawyer, lived at New Haven, a soldier of the
revolution, a member of the Continental Congress, and after-
wards Judge of the U. S. District Court for the District of
Connecticut. He died April 14th, 1826, aged seventy-six.

HENRY L. EDVV^ARDS.

A native of Southampton, son of Luther E. A. C. 1847.
Studied at Andover Theological Seminary. Tutor at Am-
herst College, 1849-52. Pastor at South Abington; also at
North Middleboro. Supt. of schools at Northampton, 1873-
76. Manager of the Eastern Agency of the New England

Loan and Trust Company. Residence at Northampton.
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302 ANTIQUITIES AND HISTORICALS.

FRANKLIN EDWARDS.

N. N., son of Mr. Oscar Edwards. Y. C. 1874. A clerk
in the Northampton Savings Bank. In March, 1881, became
connected as clerk with the house of Soutter & Co., Bankers,
78 Broadway, N. Y. City.

JOSEPH ELIOT.

Son of Eev. John E. of Koxbury, commonly called the
apostle to the Indians. H. C. 1658. In 1602, became an
assistant of Eev. Mr. Mather, with a view to settlement.
His stay did not exceed two years.

RUFUS ELLIS.

Born in Summer street, Boston, 1819, son of David Ellis.
H. 0. 1838. Grad. at Cambridge Divinity School, 1841.
Pastor of the Unitarian Church, Northampton, ten years,
from June, 1843. An efficient member of the School Com-
mittee. May 4th, 1853, was installed over First Church in
Boston. Received D. D. from Yale m 1874. Published Sun-
day School Manual, memoir of Hon. Samuel Howe. Editor
of Christian Register.

WILLIAM ROGERS ELLIS.

N. N., son of the foregoing. H. C. 1867. An iron man-
ufacturer. Has a rolling mill in the vicinity of Boston.
Married a granddaughter of Hon. E. H. Mills.

EDWARD CLARKE ELLIS.

N. N., second son of Rev. Rufus E. II. C. 1868. Con-
nected with the Pacific Mills, partner in one of the largest
manufacturing commission houses, 24 Franklin street, Boston.

ARTHUR BLAKE ELLIS.
The third son of Rev. R. E. Born in Boston. H. C.
1875. Grad. at Cambridge Law School, 1877. A lawyer in
Boston, office 40 Water street. In 1881, visited Europe.



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LEVI HARRY ELWELL.
N. N., son of Henry E. A. C. 1875. An inytructor of
Latin and Greek in Amherst College.

C. B. FERRY.

From Moscow, N. Y. Grad. at Theological Seminary,
Meadville, Penn., 1859. Minister of Unitarian Church,
Northampton.

JONATHAN FISHER.

A native of New Braintree, born 17G8. When quite
young, 1773, liis father moved into that part of Northamp-
ton, afterwards included in Westhampton. H. C. 1792. Or-
dained 1796, at Bluehill, Me., where he preached for half
a century. A remarkable man, a good farmer, a carpenter,
a clock maker, a portrait painter, a wood engraver, a poet,
well versed in Hebrew, wrote out three thousand sermons,
an early riser, a great walker, a faithful christian. Under
him, the town became noted for industry, thrift, good
morals, and religious principle.

WILLIAM FISHER.

N. N., born 1775, brother of the preceding. In early life
he lived in Sunderland and worked at a trade. W. C. 1805.
Studied theology with Dr. Hyde of Lee. Ordained, 1807,
pastor at Darien, Ct. Settled also in Meredith, N. Y. His
last years were spent in Indiana, where he owned a farm.
He died, 1840, aged sixty-five.

GEORGE FISHER.

Native of Franklin, grandson of Hon. Jabez. F. Learned

the trade of a mason, which he followed in Boston, but

afterward turned his attention to study. B. U. 1813.

Studied law at Litchfield, Ct., then went to Western New



304 ANTIQUITIES AKD HISTOEICALS.

York. Practiced some twenty years in Oswego, till 1836.
Settled, tlie same year, in Northampton, where, in Novem-
ber, the youngest of his four sons was born. About 1853,
he removed to Brooklyn, where he died 1861.

FREDERIC PITKIN FISHER— FRANCIS PORTER FISHER.
Twin brothers, sons of the preceding. In their class at
Harvard, there ,were two sets of twins, the Fishers and
the Wileys. H. C. 1848. The two brothers are partners
in the insurance business in Chicago.

GEORGE HUNTINGTON FISHER.
The third son of George F., Esq. II. 0. 1862. Studied
law, and went to Brooklyn, N. Y., in 1855, where he prac-
tices his profession, the firm being Fisher, Hurd & Voltz.

EDWARD THORNTON FISHER.

N. N., brother of the preceding, born 1836. H. C. 1856.
An instructor in the Adelphi Academy, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Also a lecturer.

SAMUEL A. FISK.
Born in Cambridge, son of William F. Y. C. 1844.
Grad. 1846, at the University of Penn., the medical depart-
ment. Settled in Northampton, December, 1848. President
Mass. Medical Society, 1870-71. Lecturer on Physiology and
Hygiene at Smith College.

SAMUEL AUGUSTUS FISK.

An adopted son of the preceding. Y. C. 1877. Studied
medicine in Boston. Practicing his profession in Colorado.

AUSTIN FLINT.

Born 1812, at Petersham, son of Dr. Joseph H. Grad. at
Medical Department of Harvard University, 1833. Went



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into medical practice first in Northampton; afterwards at
Buffalo. One of the founders of Buffalo Medical College.
Occupied the chair of theory and practice in medical depart-
ment of University of Louisville. Moved to New York in
1859. Professor Medical College of Bellevue Hospital.
Author of several standard works in the profession. Re-
ceived LL. D., 1881, from Yale College.

AUSTIN FLINT, Jr.
N. N., born March 28th, 1836, son of the foregoing.
Grad. at Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, 1857.
Studied in Europe, 1861. Held the chair of Physiology in
Long Island College Hospital. Professor in Bellevue Hos-
pital Medical College. Author of several works. Appointed
by the governor. Surgeon General of New York State.

JAMES FOLEY.

N. N. Y. C. 1862. Studied law. Has been a traveling
salesman for a New York firm, dealers in chemicals and dye
stuffs.

CHARLES E. FORBES.

Native of Bridge water, born Aug. 25th, 1795. The family
removed to Enfield, 1796. B. U. 1815. Read law in En-
field, and at Northampton. Admitted to the bar in 1818.
Represented the town in the State Legislature in 1825, and
in 1835. One of the committee on the revision of the
Statutes in 1835. Chairman of the County Commissioners,
and for several years was County Attorney. In 1844, ap-
pointed Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas, but
declined. In 1847, accepted a seat on the Bench of the
Common Pleas. In 1848, transferred to a vacancy on the
Bench of the Supreme (.'Ourt of Mass. This he resigned in
less than one year. In 1848, received LL. D. from Brown



306 ANTIQUITIES AND HISTORICALS.

University. In 1856, was one of the Presidential Electors,
and voted for Fremont. Died 2 P. M., Feb. 13th, 1881.
By his will, gave to the town of Northampton three hundred
thousand dollars for a free library.

STILES FRENCH.

Y. 0. 1827. Taught on Kound Hill in Coggswell & Ban-
croft's school. Eesided in New Haven, and made teaching
his life work. Removed to Northampton in 1875 to educate
an only daughter at Smith College. Died Monday, May 9tli,

1881.

EDWARD S. FRISBEE.

A. C. 1860. Studied theology at Union Seminary, New
York. Principal of the Northamj^ton High School four
years. President of the Wells Female College, Aurora, N.
Y. Received D. D. from Amherst College in 1878.

EDWARD E. GAYLORD.
Born at Ashford, Ct., 1849. Son of Col. Horace G. Y.
C. 1873. Grad. Yale Medical School, 1878. Spent one year
in London hospitals. Began practice in Northampton, 1879,
and in Florence, 1880. From his second year in college,
obliged to pay his own way.

EDWARD GERE.
N. N., son of Isaac G. and the father of Henry S. Gere.
Y. C. 1818. After leaving college, being in feeble health,
he directed his attention to farming, and settled in Williams-
burg, where he died in 1832.

WILLIAM GERE.

N. N., son of Isaac G. Y. C. 1827. Has resided chiefly
at the South, where he still lives, teaching having engaged
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COLLINS H. GERE.

N. N., son of Henry S. Gere. A member of the class of
1877 in Amherst College^ until January 1st, Senior year,
when he became assistant editor of the Hampshire Gazette.
Present residence in Colorado.

THOMAS GILFILLAN.

Born January 4th, 1829, son of Moses G. W. C. 1851.
Grad. at Berkshire Medical College in 1855. Practiced at
Cummington. Assistant surgeon in the army from 1862-64.
A physician and surgeon in Northampton.

JAMES GILFILLAN.

Brother of Thomas G. W. C. 1856. He edited a paper
at Rockville, Ct. Studied law in New York City. Clerk
in the Treasury Department, Washington, D. C. Is now
Treasurer of the United States.

WILLIAM OSMYN GOKHAM.

From Hardwick, born 1814. A. C. 1838. Resided in
Northampton as a lawyer, 1845-55. Subsequently ordained
over an Episcopal Church, 1857, at Newark, N. J. After-
ward at Warsaw, N. J. Resigned in 1862, on account of
ill health, and returned to Massachusetts. Became assistant
editor of the Athol Chronicle. He died suddenly, of heart
disease, Nov. 7th, 1869, aged fifty-five.

DANIEL D. GORHAM.

Born in West Rutland, Vt., 1817. Worked on the farm
till twenty-two. M. C. 1847. Principal of the Chami3hiin,
N. Y. Academy, three years, and of Franklin Academy, at
Malone, N. Y., ten years. Next became Princij^al of the
High School at Montpelier, Vt., for eleven years. Accepted
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308 ANTIQUITIES AI^D HISTORICALS.

School. This responsible post he has occupied ten years,
and still occupies. During these thirty continuous years in
teaching, he has been absent, in term time, only three weeks.
While in college, Mr. Gorham had the instructions of Prof.
Solomon Stoddard, whose remains rest in the Northampton
cemetery.

ALBERT GOULD.

A native of East Woodstock, Ct. Grad. at Wilbraham
Academy, 1856, being the valedictorian. Entered Wesleyan
University, but poverty and poor health prevented his grad-
uating in the class of 1860. Minister of the Methodist Epis-
copal Church, Northampton, 1877-79.

ASHLEY M. GOULD.

Born in Lower llorton. Nova Scotia, Oct. 8th, 1859. A.
C. 1881. Has a position in the Post-office Department,
Washington, D. 0.

GEORGE GRISWOLD.

B. U. 1821. The first minister of the Episcopal Church
in Northampton. He died 1829.

PHILIP HALE.

N. N., son of W. B. Hale, Esq. Y. C. 1876. Studied
at the Albany Law School, and admitted to the bar. Ke-
sides in Albany, pursuing musical study and practice; has
charge of the organ and singing in St. Peter's Church of
that city. ,

EDWARD HALE.

N. N., son of W. B. Hale. At the Senior Festival, June
20th, 1879, he delivered the class poem described as brilliant


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