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and original in conception and treatment. H. 0. 1879.
Living in Rome, Italy, engaged in study and teaching.



KOHTHAMfTOK GRADUATES. 309

EDWARD BROOKS HALL.

H. C. 1820. The first minister of the Unitarian Church
in Northampton. Received D. D. from Harvard, 1848. He
died 1866.

CHAUNCEY A. HALL.

Born in Brattleboro; afterwards lived at Blandford. A.
C. 1833. Became a physician, long connected with the
water cure establishment on Round Hill. He died at Madi-
son, Wisconsin, 1856, aged forty-three.

GORDON HALL.

Son of the missionary of the same name. Born in Bom-
bay, India, Nov. 4th, 1823. Prepared for college under
Judge John Hall, Ellington, Ct. Y. C. 1843. Grad. Yale
Theological Seminary, 1847. Tutor in Yale, 1847-48. Pas-
torate in Wilton, Ct., 1848-52, and of the Edwards Church,
Northampton, 1852-79. Received D. D. from Amherst Col-
lege, 1864. Traveled in Europe one year, 1866-67. Died
away from home at Binghamton, N. Y., Nov. 5, 1879, aged
fifty-six.

GORDON ROBERT HALL.

Born in Wilton, Ct., son of the preceding. A. C. 1873.
Grad. 1880, at the College of Physicians and Surgeons, in
New York. Successful in a competitive examination, for a
position upon the House Staff, at Mount Sinai Hospital, N.
Y. Became physician there a year and a half. Since Oct.
Ist, 1881, has been in practice at Binghamton, N. Y.

JUNIUS MERWIN HALL.

Son of Dr. Hall. Grad. at Columbia College Medical

Department, New York, 1874. Present residence, Chicago.

One of the Health Commissioners of that city.
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310 ANTIQUITIES AND HISTORICALS.

JOHN CHESTER HAMMOND.

A native of Amherst, born Aug. 15th, 1S42, son of Salem
H. A. C. 1865. Studied law with Hon. Charles Delano,
and admitted to the bar October, 1868, associated with Mr.
Delano, the firm being Delano & Hammond.

E. B. HARDING.

Originated at Charlotte, Vt., born Aug. 12th, 1823, son of
Caleb H. Grad. at Medical Department of Bowdoin Col-
lege, Me., 1863. Eemoved to Northampton 1864. Died
April 12th, 1877.

JOSEPH HAWLEY.

Son of Thomas H. of Eoxbury. H. C. 1674. A school-
master, representative of the town at the General Court,
captain of a military company. He died 1711.

THOMAS HAWLEY.

N. N., son of the above, born 1688. H. C. 1709. Or-
dained and settled in Eidgefield, Ct., 1713-38. Town clerk
twenty-four years. His daughter, Dorothy, married Kev.
Nathan Birdseye, settled in West Haven, Ct., with whom
she lived sixty-nine years. Mr. Birdseye lived to be one
hundred and three years, five months and nine days. His
wife lived to be eighty-eight.

MAJOR JOSEPH HAWLEY.

IST. N., born 1724, son of Lieut. Joseph H., and grandson
of Joseph II. Y. C. 1742. Settled in his native town.
As a lawyer, an advocate of American liberty, he stood
among the foremost of his cotemporaries. He rendered im-
portant service in his seat in the House of Representatives,
1764-76, a critical period in the history of the colonies.



NORTHAMPTON GRADUATES. 311

SAMUEL HENSHAW.
Born in Milton, 1744. When young, a mechanic. By his
own endeavors he fitted for college. H. C. 1773. Studied
theology and became an acceptable preacher. Failure of
voice compelled him to leave the ministry for the legal pro-
fession. Came to Northampton in 1788. In 1797, appointed
judge of Probate ; afterwards was judge of the Court of
Common Pleas. A trustee of Williams College, 18U2-9.
He died 1809, aged sixty-five.

JOHN HUNT HENSHAW.

Son of the preceding. Educated for three 3"ears at Yale
College, a member of the class of 1805. Admitted to the
bar in Hampshire County.

JAMES HIBBEN.
Born near Charleston, S. C, 1799. Cola. C, S. C, 1817.
Studied law in Charleston. In 1832 he settled in Nortli-
amjiton. A deacon in the Edwards Church nearly thirty-
seven years. He died 1871, in his seventy-second year,
universally esteemed.

JAMES HIBBEN, Jr.

Son of the preceding. A. C. 184G. Grad. at New York
Medical College, 1852. Resided in Brooklyn, N. Y., where
he died 1856, aged thirty-one.

E. W. HIGBEE.

Born at Charlotte, Vt., Feb. 13th, 1849, son of P. V.
Higbee. Received the degree of M. D. at the University
of Vermont, 1871. Began practice at Northampton, October,
1871. Visited Europe in 1881.

CHARLES DUDLEY HILLS.
W. U. 1863. Minister, 1865-7, of the Methodist Church
in Northampton.



312 ANTIQUITIES AND HISTORIC ALS.

DAVID HILL.

Originated at Perinton, N. Y., born 1838, son of Eobert
H. Enlisted in the army June, 1862, promoted to the rank
of captain. A. C. 1871. Taught at Williston Seminary
1871-76. Grad. at Boston University Law School 1878.
The same year settled in Northampton as a lawyer.

GEORGE STILLMAN HILLARD.

From Machias, Me., born 1808. H. C. 1828. A teacher
in Coggswell & Bancroft's School on Round Hill, also a stu-
dent of law in the Northampton Law School. Practiced
law in Boston. U. S. District Attorney for Massachusetts,
1867-70. Married Susan, daughter of Judge Samuel Howe
of Northampton. Published a series of School Readers,
extensively used. He died Jan. 21, 1879.

SAMUEL HINCKLEY.

A native of Brookfield. Y. C. 1781. Studied law with
Gov. Caleb Strong. Register of probate twenty-nine years,
and judge of probate for seventeen years. He died 1840.

GEORGE HINCKLEY.

N. N., born 1790, son of Judge H. Y. C. 1810. Stud-
ied and entered on the practice of law in his native town,
with flattering prospects. An early departure awaited him.
He died 1818, aged 28.

SAMUEL LYMAN HINCKLEY.

N. N., born 1810, second son of Jonathan H. Lyman, Esq.
W. C. 1830. In 1831, his name was changed from Lyman
to Hinckley. Admitted to the bar in Northampton in 1833.
In 1845 appointed sheriff of Hampshire county until July,
1851. He died in the city of Paris, 1871, aged sixty-one.



NORTHAMPTON GRADUATES. 313

HENRY ROSE HINCKLEY.

N. N., born 1838, son of the foregoing. Y. C. 1859.
Grad. at Harvard Law School, 1864. Lieutenant in Mass.
Cavalry in the Eebellion. By profession a lawyer.

SAMUEL PARKER HINCKLEY.

Born in Boston, 1850, son of Samuel L. H. H. C. 1871.
Did not study a profession. Present residence 321 Dart-
mouth street, Boston.

DANIEL HITCHCOCK.

Y. C. 1761. A lawyer. Practiced for a number of years
in Northampton. Deceased 1777.

HORACE I. HODGES.

Born in Savoy, 1818. W. C. 1812. Studied with Bates
& Huntington, 1842-4-4. Commenced practice 1847. In
1857 was judge of insolvency. In the war of the Eebellion,
commissioned as quartermaster, with the rank of captain.
Was drowned in 1864, attempting to carry a dispatch to the
gunboat Miami. His age was forty-six.

J. G. HOLLAND.

Born in Belchertown, 1819. His first residence here was
in connection with the family of the late Judge Dewey,
attending the public school. He graduated at the Medical
School, Pittsfield, 1843, and engaged for three years in pro-
fessional practice. Was superintendent of schools one year
in Vicksburg, Miss. Associate editor of Springfield Eepubli-
can 1849-66. Conducted Scribner's Monthly eleven years,
1870-81. His publications have been numerous and valuable.
Died suddenly at his home in New York city, Oct. 12th,
1881.

WESLEY O. HOLWAY.

H. C. 1860. Minister of the Florence Methodist Church,
1877-8.



314 ANTIQUITIES AND HISTOEICALS.

JOHN HOOKER.

The fourtli minister of Northampton. A native of Farm-

ington, Ct., son of John H. of that town. Y. C. 1751.

Ordained December, 1753. His pastorate continued till 1777.

The church received numerous accessions, in all 404, under

his ministry.

JOHN HOOKER.

N. N., son of the minister, born 1761. Y. C. 1782.

Studied law with his uncle. Col. Worthington of Springfield,

where he settled. Chief justice of the court of common

pleas ; also judge of probate. He was deacon in the First

Church in Springfield, active in the religious and benevolent

movements of the town, county and commonwealth, an early

member of the corporation of Amherst College, and one of

the founders of the American Board. He died 1829, aged

sixty-eight.

SAMUEL HOPKINS.

Born in Hadley, the oldest son of John H. D. C. 1827.
Grad. at Andover Theological Seminary 1831. Pastor at
Montpelier, Vt., Saco, Me. Resided at Northampton, 1845-
66, Preached subsequently at Standish and Topsham, Me.
Author of ''Lessons at the Cross," ''History of Virginia,"
"The Puritans and Queen Elizabeth.

ERASTUS HOPKINS.
From Hadley, born 1810, son of John. D. C. 1830.
Studied at Princeton Tlieological Seminary. Ordained 1835.
Resided in Northampton, 1841-72. The first president of
the Conn. R. R. R. For additional particulars, see North-
ampton Ladies who Married Ministers, number fifty-two.

LEWIS S. HOPKINS.
Brother of Samuel and Erastus. Graduated at South
Carolina Medical College, Charleston, 1838. Bought the



KORTHAMPTON^ GRADUATES. 315

** Henshaw house," whicli he occupied 1849-59. RemoYcd to
Bridgewater, Mass., 1864.

GEORGE HOPKINS.

Son of Samuel, born 1837. Grad. at Medical Department
of Columbia College, N. Y., 1862. Assistant surgeon in the
Mississippi Squadron, 1862. Xow preaching at Covert, N. Y.

WILLIAM SWINTON BENNETT HOPKINS.

Born at Charleston, S. C, May 2d, 1836, son of Erastus
and Sarah Bennett H. W. C. 1855. Grad. at Harvard
Law School 1858. Practiced at Ware, 1858-61. Entered
the army as captain of the ''Ware Co." in 31st Mass. Vols.,
a com2:)any raised by himself. Promoted to Lieut. Col. Dec.
1862. Commanded the regiment through first Eed River
and Port Hudson campaign. Located at Greenfield, October,
1866, partner of Hon. David Aiken. District Attorney for
the Counties of Hampshire and Franklin, 1872-5. Removed
to Worcester, October, 1873, partner of Hon. Peter C. Bacon.
Bacon, Hopkins & Bacon.

EDWARD WASHBURNE HOPKINS.

N. N., born Sept. 8th, 1857, son of Lewis S. C. C, N.
Y., 1878. His admirable graduating essay secured to him a
three years' fellowship of unprofessional study abroad.

H. C. HOVEY.

Son of Prof. Edmund 0. H., of Wabash College, born in
Indiana, Jan. 28th, 1833. Descended from Daniel H., Ips-
wich, 1637, and from Elder Brewster of the Mayflower.
Through his mother linked to some of the old families of
Northampton, being descended from Rev. Timothy Edwards
and Rev. Solomon Stoddard. Wabash College 1853. Grad.



316 ANTIQUITIES Al^D HISTORICALS.

at Lane Theological Seminary, 1857. Tutor at Wabash Col-
lege for two years. Pastorate at Florence 1863-66. Now at
New Haven, Ct., settled May 1st, 1876.

SAMUEL HOWE.

Son of Dr. Estes H. of Belchertown, born 1785. W. C.
1804. Studied at Judge Reeves' law school, Litchfield, Ct.
Settled at Worthington, 1808-20. Next at Northampton,
judge of common pleas. In connection with E. H. Mills,
opened a law school, having at one time forty students. He
died 1828, aged forty-three.

ESTES HOWE.

Son of Samuel, born in 1814, at Worthington. H. C.
1832. Grad. at Harvard Medical School, 1835. Practiced
at Cincinnati, afterwards at Pomeroy, 0. Now treasurer of
the Cambridge, Mass., Gas Co.

FORDYCE MITCHELL HUBBARD.

Son of Roswell H. W. C. 1828. Officiated two years as
tutor. Professor of Latin in the University of North Caro-
lina. Afterward minister of the Episcopal Church at Hyde
Park, N. Y. Received D. D. at Trinity College, and also
at Columbia College in 1860. Resides at Raleigh, N. C.

RODOLPHUS B. HUBBARD.

Originated in Sunderland, born 1803. U. C. 1829. Prin-
cipal of Northampton High School for several years.

JOHN P. HUBBARD.

Y. C. 1848. A former minister here of the Episcopal
Church.



KORTHAMPTON" GRADUATES. 317

ERASMUS D. HUDSON.

Of Torringford, Ct., born 1805. Grad. at Berkshire
Medical College 1827. General Agent of the American
Anti-Slavery Society, 1837-49, residing a part of the time at
Northampton. Since 1849 devoted himself to mechanical
surgery. Died near New York city, Dec. 31st, 1880.

ERASMUS DARWIN HUDSON.

N. N. born Nov. 10th, 1843. C. C., N. Y., 1864, and
at College of Physicians and Surgeons, N. Y., 1867. Since
1868 has practiced medicine in New York city. Attending
physician at Northwestern Dispensary, 1870-72, also at Trin-
ity Chapel parish. Professor at Woman's Medical College of
New York Infirmary. Married Laura, youngest daughter of
Dr. Samuel Shaw of Plainfield, Mass. A contributor of
Johnson's Universal Encyclopedia.

GEORGE W. HUGHES.

Born in Trenton, N. J., son of John R. W. U. 1875.
Entered the ministry of the Methodist Church. Preached
at Chatham Four Corners, N. Y.

JOSEPH HUNT.

N. N., born 1708, son of the second Jonathan Hunt.

Y. C. 1729. He lived in his native town. Grandfather of

the first Joseph Hunt Breck. He died Sept. 14th, 1786,
aged seventy-eight.

JOHN HUNT.

N. N., born 1744, son of Capt. John. H. C. 1764.
Taught Grammar School 1765-69. Studied theology with
Rev. John Hooker. His public career began in 1769. Hav-
ing received a call from the Old South Church, Boston, he

settled there in 1771 ; continued only about four years. He
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318 AI^TIQUITIES AND HISTOKICALS.

died from consumption, at his father's, Dec. 20th, 1775.
His people in Boston were exceedingly attached to him. A
monument, erected by them, stands at his grave in the
Northampton cemetery. Mr. Hooker's sermon at his funeral,
from the words '^Thou destroyest the hope of man," was
published.

EBENEZER HUNT.

N. N^., born 1744, son of Ebenezer and Elizabeth King H.
H. C. 1764. Studied with Dr. Pynchon of Springfield.
Became eminent in his profession. A member of the State
Senate for several years, also a presidential elector (the John
Adams ticket).

SETH HUNT.
N. N., born 1748, usually styled Col. Seth, brother of Dr.
Ebenezer. Y. C. 1768. He lived in Northampton ; died
soon after his marriage, 1779. An only son, born 1780, a
few months after his father's death, educated by his uncle,
Dr. Ebenezer, became a lawyer and Governor of the Territory
of Alabama. To distinguish him from his father, he was
called Gov. Seth. His enterprises led him to cross the At-
lantic five or six times. He died, 1846, at Walpole, N. H.,

aged sixty-six.

EBENEZER HUNT.

N. N., son of Doctor Ebenezer. H. 0. 1795. For nearly
forty years a druggist. A member of the Constitutional
Convention 1820-1. His dwelling-house stood on the site
now occupied by the Town Hall. He died while absent
from home at Cambridge.

DAVID HUNT.

N. N., born 1773, brother of the druggist, succeeded his
father as a physician. Was distinguished for his botanical
knowledge. Ktceived, 1818, from Yale College the honorary
degree of M. D. He died 1837, aged sixty-four.



NORTHAMPTON GRADUATES. 319

CHARLES P. HUNTINGTON.
From Hadley, born 1802, son of Rev. Dan II. H. C.
1822. A student at Judge Howe's law school. Admitted
to the bar in 1826 or '27, practiced first at Adams, next
at Northampton. After 1837, he entered into partnership
with Isaac C. Bates, which continued till the death of Mr.
Bates, 1845. In 18-18 in partnership with Judge Wm. Allen,
1848-51. In 185 L became connected with Judo-e Forbes as
chamber council, or private council, 1851-55. Moved to
Boston 1855. Appointed Judge of the Superior Court for
Suffolk County, 1855-59. Died at Boston, 30th Jan., 1868.

CHARLES WHITING HUNTINGTON.

N. N., son of Hon. Charles P. Fitted for college at the
Northampton High School. H. 0. 1854. Studied for about
a year in his father's office, also with C. T & T. H. Rus-
sell in Boston, for a few months, also at Harvard Law
School. Admitted to the Suffolk bar July, 1856. Began
practice Aug. 1st of same year at Ware, where lie resided
two years. Removed to Boston, formed a partnership with
the late Jas. B. Robb, continuing only two years ; since
then has had no joartner.

ALBERT C. HUSSEY.

Born at Fairfield, Me. Entered Colby University, Wa-
terville, Me., 1857. Taught several years. Grad. Newton
Theological Seminary 1872. Settled at Grafton, Mass.,
1872-79. Came to Northampton in 1879. Received A. M.,
1876, from Colby University.

A. W. JEFFERSON.
Minister of the Baptist Church in N. A. C. 1876.
Resigned his pastoral charge at Northampton 1878.



320 ANTIQUITIES AND HISTORICALS.

WILLIAM L. JENKINS.
H. C. 1848. Grad. at Harvard Divinity School, 1855.
Pastor of the Unitarian Society of N. Afterwards j^reached,
1871-79, at Brattleboro, Vt.

LABAN H. JOHNSON.

N. N., son of Cyrus J. Grad. at Medical Department
of Yale College 1876. Went to Cuba and has not been
heard from since.

JONATHAN JUDD.

Son of William J. of Waterbury, Ct., born 1719. Y. C.
1741. Ordained June 8th, 1743, first minister of the second
precinct or parish in Northampton. In 1753, Southampton
was incorporated as a town. After a ministry of sixty years
he died 1803, aged eighty-four. ^'Mr. Judd, the aged pas-
tor, directed his executor to burn all his sermons, and they
were consumed, probably near two thousand."

JONATHAN JUDD, Jr.

N. N., born 1744, son of the foregoing. Y. C. 1765.
Taught Hatfield Grammar School. In 1769, began to trade
in Southampton, continued almost fifty years. Was a Jus-
tice of the peace, a representative, and in other public
business. He died 1819, aged seventy-five. Never married.
^* His property of $14,000 went to his brothers, sisters, and
nephew, who gave $1,000 to the Hampshire Education
Society."

HOPHNI JUDD.

From Westhampton, born 1793, brother of Sylvester J.,
the editor. W. C. 1812. He studied with Hon. Eli. P.
Ashmun, and became partner of Isaac C. Bates. He and
his partner, at one time, had the management of the
Hampshire Gazette. He died at his father's, 1818, aged
twenty-four.



NORTHAMPTO]^ GRADUATES. 321

SYLVESTER JUDD.
Born in Westliampton, son of the editor and antiquarian.
Y. C. 1836. Grad. at Harvard Divinity School, 1840.
Pastorate of Unitarian Church at Augusta, Me., 1840-53.
Published three vohimes, '^'^ Margaret," ^^Pliilo," and ^* Rich-
ard Edney." Was a public lecturer, a man of kindly
sympathies. He died 1853, aged forty.

CHAUNCEY PARKMAN JUDD.
Brother of the foregoing, born 1815. Y. C. 1840. Stud-
ied law with C. P. Huntington, Esq., of Northampton.
Established himself at Reading ; has an office in Reading,
and another in Boston.

GEORGE KINGSLEY.

N. N., son of Enos K. Fitted for college with the
intention of entering, but music gained the ascendency.
His life has been devoted to musical culture. Among mus-
ical composers and performers, his name stands conspicuous.

MERRICK KNIGHT.

N. N., born Jan. 15th, 1817, son of Erastus. A. 0.
1846. Grad. at Theological Institute of Connecticut, 1849.
Pastor of several churches in Connecticut. Present resi-
dence. East Hartland, Ct.

CHARLES L. KNOWLTON.

Son of the late Dr. Charles K. of Ashfield. Born in
Hawley, May, 1824. Grad. at Jefferson Medical College,
Philadelphia, 1845. Practiced in Worthington two years ;
in Ashfield eighteen years ; and now in Northampton.

EBENEZER LANE.

N. N., born Sept. 17th, 1793, son of Capt. Ebenezer,
who lived on Bridge street. H. C. 1811. Studied law.



322 ANTIQUITIES AKD HISTORICALS.

In 1817, settled on the Western Reserve at Elyria, Ohio.
In 1818, married Frances Ann, daughter of Gov. Roger
Griswold, of Lyme, Ct. In 1824, is Judge of Common Pleas.
In 1830, Judge of the Supreme Court of Ohio. Resigned
his commission as Chief Justice in 1845. President of the
Columbus and Erie, the Mad River, and the Junction
Railroads, 1845-55. Counsel and resident director Illinois
Central Railroad, 1855-59. In March, 1859, left home on
a European tour ; absent one year and one month. Hon-
ored with the degree of LL. D. from Harvard College ;
also, member of several historical societies. He died June
12th, 1866, aged seventy-three. His son, Dr. E. S. Lane,
is a physician in (.'liicago.

HERBERT W. LATHE.

Born at Worcester. Y. C. 1873. Grad. Andover Theo-
logical Seminary, 1877. Settled in Portland, Me., from
September, 1877, to January, 1881. Installed fourteenth
pastor of First Church, Northampton, April 26th, 1882.

WILLIAM M. LATHROP.

Of West Springfield, son of Samuel. Y. C. 1825. A

lawyer in Enfield. Afterwards in New York. Pursued

mercantile business. Next a clerk with Stoddard & Lathrop

in Northampton. Later in the insurance business, Boston.

He died in 1876.

JOHN B. LEARNED.

Born in Worcester county. Grad. at College of Physicians
and Surgeons, New York, 1865. Settled in Florence
(Northampton), 1869.

WILLIAM S. LEAVITT.

Son of Rev. Joshua L., born 1822, at Putney, Vt. Y.
C. 1840. Grad. 1844 at the Union Theological Seminary,



NORTHAMPTON" GRADUATES. 323

New York. Pastorate of Eliot Cliurcli, Newton, 1845-53.
Of First Presbyterian Cliurch, Hudson, N. Y., 1853-67. At
Northampton, First Church, 1867-81. Served on the Library
Committee over ten years.

FRANK N. LOOK.

Son of Dwight B. Look, born in Leominster, Mass. A.
C. 1877. Treas. of the Florence Manufacturing Company.

WATSON LOUD.

A native of Westhampton, son of Caleb L. In Hunt &
Barrett's office, 1829-32. Grad. at Jefferson Medical College,
Philadelphia, 1833. June, 1840, started for Michigan. Set-
tled at Romeo, Michigan, 1846. In the mercantile business,
1852-70. Still resides at Romeo.

PHINEHAS LYMAN.

N. N., born 1706, son of John L. who lived at South
Farms. He entered Yale, and died before completing his
course, aged twenty.

DANIEL LYMAN.

N. N., born 1718, son of Benjamin L. Y. C. 1745.
Steward of Yale from 1747-52. A lawyer in New Haven,
Ct. ; a representative, and a member of the city council ;
also a deacon, greatly esteemed. He died 1788, aged seventy.

ELIHU LYMAN.

N. N., born 1720, a brother and classmate of Daniel. Y.
C. 1745. Studied law and lived in New Haven, a partner
with his brother. An officer in the battle of Lake George.
He died 1758, aged thirty-three ; never married.

ISAAC LYMAN.

N. N., born 1725, son of Capt. Moses. L. Y. C. 1747.
Pastor in York, Me., 1749-1809. The ancestor of a dis-
tinguished lineage near Boston. His daughter, Mary L.,



324 ANTIQUITIES AiSTD HISTORICALS.

married Rev. Joseph Buckminster, D.D., Portsmouth, N. H.
He died 1810, aged eighty-five.

JOB LYMAN.

N. N., born 1735, brother of Rev. Isaac. Y. C. 1756.
A physician at York, Me. He died 1791, aged fifty-six.
One of his sons, Isaac, became Chief Justice of the Supreme
Court of New Hampshire.

WILLIAM LYMAN.

N. N., born 1755, son of Capt. William. Y. C. 1776.
Entered the army of the Revolution, and served with dis-
tinction through the war. Member of Congress. Consul to

London, under Jefferson, where he died 1811 ; buried in
Gloucester Cathedral, England.

TIMOTHY LYMAN.

N. N., born Aug. 15th, 1753, son of Phinehas. Y. C.
1777. Studied with Dr. Ebenezer Hunt. Married Elizabeth
Pomeroy, 1780, and died 1792, aged thirty-nine.

JOSEPH LYMAN.

N. N., born 1767, son of Capt. Joseph. Y. C. 1783.
Admitted to the bar 1787. Clerk of the Courts 1798-1810.
Judge of Common Pleas and of Probate, 1810. President
of the old Hampshire Bank, 1812-35. Sheriff, 1816-45.
He died 1847, aged eighty.

MICAH JONES LYMAN.

N. N., born 1767, son of Elisha L. Y. C. 1785. Studied
with Dr. Ebenezer Hunt. Began practice at Bennington,
Vt. Afterwards a druggist at Troy, N. Y., and at Montreal.
He died 1851, aged eighty-four.



NORTHAMPTON GRADUATES. 325

SIMEON LYMAN.

N. N., born 1777, son of Elias, farmer at South Farms.
D. C. 1801. Went to London as secretary to Gen. William
Lyman. Afterwards made several voyages to foreign ports.
Employed by his brothers, as supercargo. He died 1832,
nearly fifty-five.

JONATHAN HUNTINGTON LYMAN.

The only son of Rev. Dr. Lyman of Hatfield, born 1783.
Y. C. 1802. Read law in New Haven with Judge Chaun-
cey, commenced practice at Hatfield, but in 1808 removed to
Northampton. Frequently represented the town in the Leg-
islature, either in the House or the Senate. In 1825, was
Chief Justice of the Court of Sessions, and County Attor-
ney. Married 1808, Sophia, only daughter of Judge Hinck-
ley. They had thirteen children. He died Nov. 3d, 1825,
aged forty-two.

JOB LYMAN.

N. N., born 1781, brother of Simeon. D. C. 1804.
Studied law and practiced at Woodstock, Vt. Cashier of
the old Vermont State Bank, President of the Woodstock
Bank, a member of the Governor's Council, and of the Con-
gregational Church. He died at Burlington, Vt., 1870, aged
eighty-nine.

THEODORE LYMAN.

N. N., born 1790. Originated at South Farms, son of
Justin. D. C. 1810. Went to Judge Reeve's Law School,
Litchfield, Ct., but his health failed. He died in 1812, with
consumption, at Fairfield, on his way to New York, only
twenty-two.

SAMUEL FOWLER LYMAN.

N. N., born 1799, son of Judge Joseph L. H. C. 1818.

He studied at the Litchfield Law School, and commenced
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