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railroad about twenty miles from Oneida. Ex^^ects his de-
gree of civil engineer at Yale, in June, 1882.

SAMUEL WELLS.

A native of Greenfield. D. C. 1813. A lawyer and Jus-
tice of the Peace ; also for over thirty years clerk of Hamp-
shire County Courts, and lived in Northampton. Acciden-
tally shot by the unexpected discharge of a gun, and died
Oct. 4th, 1864, aged seventy-one. Highly esteemed in the
community and in the church.



360 ANTIQUITIES AN'D HISTORICALS.

HENRY MARTYN WELLS.

N. N., born 1835, son of Samuel W., Esq. D. C. 1857.
Eeceived the degree of M. D., at University of Pennsylva-
nia, in 1861. Surgeon in the U. S. Navy, connected with
the U. S. steamer, Ticonderoga.

MORRIS EDWARD WHITE.

A native of Ashfield, son of Thomas W., Esq. D. C.
1828. Grad. at Andover Theological Seminary, 1831. Pas-
tor at Southamjiton, 1832-53. Without pastoral charge at
Northampton, 1853, until his death at Florence, Italy, Oct.
15th, 1861, aged fifty-eight.

JOHN PHILLIPS PAYSON WHITE.

Born in Southampton, 1838, son of Kev. Morris E. W.
W. 0. 1858. Was an army surgeon during the war. Now
a physician in N. Y. City.

WILLIAM HOWARD WHITING.

A native of Bridgeport, Ct. A. C. 1876. Classical mas-
ter for two years, 1876-78, at the Heathcote boys' school,
Buffalo, N. Y. Subsequently Principal of Palmer High
School.

JOSIAH DWIGHT WHITNEY.

N. N., born 1819, son of Josiah D., President of North-
ampton Bank. Y. C. 1839. Studied in Europe, in 1842-
43, and in 1846. Employed 1847-49, surveying the Lake
Superior region ; two volumes of reports were published by
Congress. In 1854, he published a volume entitled, "The
Metallic Wealth of the United States, as compared with that
of other Countries." In 1855, was chosen professor in the
Iowa State University. Appointed, in 1860, State Geologist
of California. Since 1865, has been professor in Harvard



NORTHAMPTON GRADUATES. 361

College of Geology, in the School of Metallurgy and Practi-
cal Geology. Eeceived LL. D. from Iowa State University,
1870.

WILLIAM DWIGHT WHITNEY.

N. N., born 1827, son of J. D. W. W. C. 1845. The
valedictorian. For three years Teller in the Northampton
Bank. Studied Sanskrit by himself in 1848, and with
Prof. Salisbury in 1849, at New Haven. Spent three
years in Germany. In 1854, chosen professor of the San-
skrit language and literature at Yale. Since 1870, has
been professor of Comparative Philology. Has published
extensively. The Emperor of Germany conferred on him,
in the summer of 1881, the Order of Merit, made vacant
by the death of Thomas Carlyle.

EDWARD PAYSON WHITNEY.

N. N., born 1833, son of J. D. W. Y. C. 1854. Taught
one year, 1855-56, at Williston Seminary. "If he is still
living, the fact is unknown to his family or friends."

JAMES LYMAN WHITNEY.

N. N., born 1835, son of J. D. W. Y. C. 1856. For
a time a bookseller at Springfield ; afterward, and now,
assistant in the Boston Public Library.

HENRY MITCHELL WHITNEY.

N. N., born 1843. The youngest son of J. D. W.
Y. C. 1864. Was serg't major in the fifty-second Massa-
chusetts regiment in the late war. Grad. at Andover
Theological Seminary, 1868. Ordained 1869, at Geneva,
111. Prof, of Ehetoric and English Literature in Beloit
College, Wisconsin.



362 ANTIQUITIES AND HISTORIC ALS.

CHARLES WILEY.

A native of New York City, born 1809. P. C. 1836.
Pastor of First Church at Northamj^ton, 1837-45. Second
settlement at Utica, Reformed Dutch Church, 1845-55.
President of Milwaukee University, Wisconsin. Third set-
tlement at Geneva, N. Y., Reformed Dutch Church. His
last place of residence was at Orange, N. J., where he
died Dec. 21st, 1878, aged sixty-nine.

FREDERICK AUGUSTUS WILLARD.
Son of Elder Benjamin W., the first pastor of the Bap*
tist Church in Northampton. A.- C. 1826. Pastor of
Baptist Church in Worcester. Lecturer at Waterbury Col-
lege, Maine, on Natural History. He died in 1866, aged
fifty-nine.

ANDREW PULLER WILLARD.

Son of Elder Benjamin, born 1814. B. U. 1849. Taught
in Nova Scotia, 1851-54. Went to New York, took up
the study of medicine, and grad. at Medical Department
of University of Pennsylvania, 1860. Moved to Kansas.
Received ordination as a clergyman in 1867, preaching the
gospel in addition to his other labors. Resides in Provi-
dence, R. I.

SOLOMON WILLIAMS.

The fifth minister of Northampton, born at East Hart-
ford, Ct., 1752, son of Rev. Eliphalet W. Y. C. 1770.
Tutor at Yale, 1773-75. Ordained 1778. Pastorate 1778-
1834, fifty-six years, during which over nine hundred were
admitted to the Northampton church. He died in 1834,
aged eighty-two.

SAMUEL PORTER WILLIAMS.
From Wethersfield, Ct., born 1779, gi-andson of C;iol.
John Stoddard of Northampton. Y. C. 1796. Studied for



NORTHAMPTON^ GRADUATES. 363

the ministry and ordained at Mansfield, Ct., 1807. Came
to Northampton in 1817, preached for two years as an
assistant to the aged pastor. Ministry at Newburyport,
1821-26. He died in 1826, aged forty-seven.

SIDNEY PHOENIX WILLIAMS.

Son of Dea. Eliphalet W. Y. C. 1829. Grad. 1833, at
the College of Physicians and Surgeons, N. Y. City. Set-
tled in Philadelphia, where he died March 5th, 1845,
aged thirty-three.

MARTIN LUTHER WILLISTON.

An adopted son of Dea. J. P. Williston. A. C. 1864.
Grad. 1869, at Union Theological Seminary, N. Y. City.
Pastor at Flushing, N. Y. ; at Galesburg, 111. ; and at
Jamestown, N. Y. Studied and travelled in Europe.
Prof, of Rhetoric at Carleton College, Northfield, Minn.

SAMUEL BAYARD WOODWARD.
Born at Torringford, Ct., 1787, a descendant of Henry
W., who died in Northampton in 1685. Received honorary
degree of M. D. from Y. C. 1822. Supt. of the State
Lunatic Asylum at Worcester, 1833-46. At Northampton
from 1846 to the time of his death, January 3d, 1850,
aged sixty-three.

JOB WRIGHT.
N. N., born 1738, son of Stephen. Y. C. 1757. Set-
tled at Bernardston, 1761-82. Says a townsman, "I loved
Mr. Wright for the simplicity of his manners, his high
intellectual attainments, combined with his christian char-
acter and conduct." Lived in Bernardston about sixty
years, where he died in 1823, aged eighty-five.

JOEL WRIGHT.

N. N., born about 1769, son of Joel, uncle of the late
Christopher W. Y. C. 1785. Went to South America,



364 AN^TiQUltlES AND filSTORlCALS.

engaged in business several years, and died there in 1797,
aged about twenty-eight.

EBENEZER WRIGHT.

N. N., born 1779, son of Enos W. W. C. 1805.
Studied for the ministry. Employed by tlie Hampshire
Missionary Society, in St. Lawrence County, N. Y., from
1809-14. He died at Eussell, N. Y., 1814, aged thirty-
five.

GEORGE TALCOTT WRIGHT.

N. N., born 1795, son of Aaron and Helena Talcott

Breck W, D. 0. 1809. A lawyer, and also postmaster

at Rexford Flats, N. Y., where he died in 1859, fifty
years from the time he graduated.

FREDERICK WRIGHT.

N. N., son of Theodore, grandson of Seth W. H. C.
1831. Grad. at Harvard Law School, 1834. Practiced in
Boston. Went to Ohio, lived near Toledo, engaged in
railroading. Built the Detroit division of the Lake Shore
R. R. Agent and President, also large proprietor, of the
Manhattan Land Company. He died in 1848. Ancestors
of Frederick Wright were Dea. Samuel, James, Preserved,
Ephraim, Seth, Theodore.

HARTLEY HEZEKIAH WRIGHT,

Born in Boston, son of Hezekiah, grandson of Seth.
Lived in Northampton when young. H. C. 1831. He
travelled in Europe, wrote a volume of his travels which
was published. Died in 1840.

EPHRAIM MUNROE WRIGHT.

N. N., born 1813, son of Zenas and Martha Clapp W.
W. C. 1839. Studied theology at New Haven. Teacher



KORTHAMPTOK GRADtTATES. 365

at Williston Seminary, 1843-48. Representative to State
Legislature in 1844. State Senator for Hampshire County,
1848-49. Custom House officer from 1849-53. Secretary
of State, 1853-56. Engaged in manufacturing at Williams-
burg. Ordained 1861, pastor at Bethlehem, Ct. After-
wards at Terryville, Ct. He died at Northampton, May
17th, 1878, aged sixty-five.

CHAUNCEY WRIGHT.

ISr. N., born Sept. 20th, 1830 son of Ansel W. H. C.
1852. From the time he graduated until 1870, was in the
office of the Nautical Almanac at Cambridge. For a year
or two he taught in the School for young ladies, main-
tained at Cambridge by Prof. Agassiz. In 1870, and
afterwards he was for a short time, one of the University
lecturers, and again an instructor in the college. Wrote
occasionally for some of the Reviews and newspapers. He
died in September, 1875, aged forty-five.



43



CHAPTER II.



SUMMARY OF THE COLLEGES — NUMBER GRADUATED AT EACH.



Yale College, Ct., about
Harvard College, Mass.,
Williams College, Mass.,
Amherst College, Mass.,
Dartmouth College, N. H.,
Princeton College, N. J.,
Brown University, R. I.,
Wesleyan University, Ct.,
Mass. Agricultural College,
Union College, N. Y.,
Middlebury College, Vt.,
Bowdoin College, Me.,
Oberlin College, 0.,
Columbia College, N. Y. City,



One hundred and nine.
Seventy-five.
Fifty-two.
Forty-three.
Fifteen.
Ten.
Seven.
Six.
Five.
Four.
Four.
Three.
Three.
Two.

One, each.
Eight.



Eight Colleges,

Foreign Colleges and Universities
Number graduated at various Theological, Law,
Medical, Dental, Naval, and other professional
institutions, who did not pursue a college
course. Fifty-six.



CHAPTER III.

GEITERA.L RESULTS.

Graduates, whole number, native and resident, either
Collegiate, Theological, Law, Naval, Medical, Dental, and
otherwise, about four hundred and ten.

Natives of Northampton in the above, one hundred and
sixty-six.

Whole number of college graduates, native and resident,
about three hundred and fifty-four.

Natives of Northampton, college graduates, one hundred
and fifty-six.

Natives of Northampton, publicly educated for the min-
istry, about fifty.

Some sixty-two natives of the town, publicly educated
and otherwise, have become ministers.

Nine resident graduates lived fifty years and over at
Northampton.

Sixteen resident graduates lived there forty years and over.

Forty-three resident graduates lived there twenty years.

Whole number graduated between A. D. 1656 and A. D.
1700, seven.

Whole number graduated between A. D. 1701 and A. D.
1800, seventy-nine.

Whole number graduated between A. D. 1801 and A. D.
1820, forty-nine.



368



ANTIQUITIES AND HISTORICALS.



Whole number graduated between A. D. 1821 and A. D.
1881, of all descriptions, about two hundred and seventy-
four.

Number connected with college, from three to four years,
who did not take a degree, eight.

THEOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT.

Ministers, One hundred and fourteen.

Missionaries, home and foreign, . . Ten.

Students now in Theological Seminaries, Two.



CIVIL DEPARTMENT.

Members of Continental Congress,

UNITED STATES OFFICERS.

President of United States,
Presidential Electors,
Secretary of Navy,
Treasurer of United States,
Ministers to Foreign Countries,
Consuls to Foreign Countries,
Consul's Secretary,
U. S. Senators,
Kepresentatives to Congress,
U. S. District Attorney,
U. S. Collector, .
Custom House Officer,



MILITARY DEPARTMENT.



Generals,
Colonels,
Majors,
Captains,



Two.



One.

Three.

One.

One.

Two.

Three.

One.

Five.

Eight.

One.

One.

One.

Two.
Six.
Four.
Four.



GENERAL RESULTS.



369



Quartermaster, ......

Sergeant Major,

Lieutenants, .......

NAVAL DEPARTMENT.

Lieut. Commander, recently made Captain,
Surgeons,



Postmasters,



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT.



STATE DEPARTMENT.



One.
One.
Three.

One.
Two.

Two.



Governors,




Two.


Members of GoTernor's Council,




Five.


Secretaries of Commonwealth,




Two.


Clerk in Secretary of State's Office,




One.


State Treasurer, ....




One.


State Senators, ....




Seven.


Kepresentatives, ....




Eighteen.


Clerk of Board of State Charities,




One.


State Librarian,




One.


JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT.




Judges of the different Courts, .


Twenty-five


District Attorneys,


Seven.


Lawyers, about .... One h


undred and two


Clerks of Courts,


Seven.


Justices of Peace,


Five.


Registers of Probate, . . . . .


Four.


MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.




Superintendents of Hospitals,


Five.


Health Commissioners, . . . .


Two.


Physicians, about ....





Seventy-three.



370



ANTIQUITIES AND HISTOKICALS.



Surgeons, . . . .


Eight.


Water Cure Proprietors, ....


Two.


Mechanical Surgery,


One.


Dentists,


Four.


EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT.




Presidents of Colleges, ....


Seven.


Professors, about


Thirty.


Tutors,


Sixteen.


Superintendents of Public Schools,


Four.


Classical and Grammar School Teachers, .


Thirty-one.


Lecturers,


Six.


College Trustees, .....


Four.


Librarians, .......


Three.


LITERARY DEPARTMENT.




Editors and Journalists, ....


Twenty-four


Authors,


Twenty-four


Historians,


Six.


Poets,


Three.


Artists,


One.


Publishers,


One.


MUSICAL DEPARTMENT.




Professors of Music, ....


Two.


Pursuinof Musical Study, ....


One.



FINANCIAL DEPARTMENT.



Bankers, Bank Officers, and Clerks,
Treasurers, ......

President Board of Smith Charities, .
Kailroad Presidents, . . . .



Nine.
Four.
One.
Two.



GENERAL RESULTS.



sn



INDUSTRIAL DEPARTMENT.




Merchants,


Sixteen.


Manufacturers,


Ten.


Farmers,


Thirteen


Engineers, — Civil, Mining, Mechanical,


Four.


Life and General Insurance,


Six.


Mechanics,


Two.


MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT.




Architects,


One.


Supercargo,


One.



UNDER-GRADUATES

Harry Lucien Williams, Senior class Yale College, son of
L. B. Williams.

George A. Hall, Senior class Amherst College, son of
Rev. Gordon Hall, D. D.

Frank Dickinson Hastings, Senior class, Amherst College.

Arthur Lyman Fisk, Junior class Yale College, son of
Samuel A. Fisk, M. D.

Howard A. Bridgman, Junior class Amherst College, son
of Sidney E. Bridgman.

Arthur Gordon Butler, Sophomore class Williams College,
son of the late J. H. Butler.

James Church Alvord, Freshman class Williams College,
son of Daniel Wells Alvord, grandson of the late Judge C.
A. Dewey.

Alfred M. Hall, Freshman class Amherst College, son of
Eev. Gordon Hall, D. D.

Robert Stetson Gorham, Freshman class Harvard College,
son of Daniel D. Gorham.



CHAPTEK IV.



NAMES OF NORTHAMPTON LADIES, GRADUATES OF MOUNT

HOLYOKE SEMINARY.



Eoxana B. Parsons Green, Homer, N. Y.,

Cornelia Frances Bates, Grantville,

Georgiana M. Wright,

Catharine Gilfillan,

Jane Gilfillan,

Helen Gilfillan Collins, Elizabeth, N. J.,

Catharine E. Lee,

Cornelia Collins Ward, Holyoke,

Charlotte W. Kaynor,

Anna C. Edwards,

Ellen C. Parsons,

Mary F. Clarke,

Sarah C. Parsons,

Elizabeth P. Wright,

Anna A. Parsons,

Helen J. Angell Goodwin, Centre Harbor, N. H.,

Myra Parsons,

About fifty young ladies of Northampton have been mem-
bers of Mt. Holyoke Seminary for a longer or shorter time.

NORTHAMPTON YOUNG LADIES, GRADUATES OF SMITH COLLEGE.

In 1879. — Harriet B. Warner, Mary E. Gorham.
In 1881. — Martha J. Bryant, Sarah D. Kellogg.



Grad. 1841

" 1845

'' 1852

" 1852

" 1854

'' 1854

" 1854

" 1857

" 1858

" 1859

" 1863

" 1865

'' 1866

'' 1869

" 1870

'' 1871

" 1871



ADDITIONAL ANCIENT HOMESTEADS. 373

NAMES OF UNDEKGRADUATES AT SMITH COLLEGE, BELONGING

TO NORTHAMPTON.

Class of 1882.— Nina E. Brown, Sophia C. Clark, Mary B.
Daniels, Elizabeth B. Wright.

Class of 1883.— Mary A. Clark.

Class of 1884.— Clara M. Clark, Ella C. Clark, Marion B.
Clough, Nina P. Fisk, Clara French, Harriet L. Hillman,
Lucy C. McCloud, Anna M. Quirk, Caroline B. Sergeant,
Ida Skilton, Frances M. Tyler,

Class of 1885. — Annie L. Clark, Kate W. Kidder, Annie
0. Parsons, Eleanor F. Sawyer, Alice T. Skilton, Lucy B.
Taylor.

Hattie Parsons grad. at Painesville, Ohio, Female Seminary.

ADDITIONAL ANCIENT HOMESTEADS.

Jerijah Strong, Jr., North Market street. Married, 1737,
Mary, daughter of Increase Clark. A farmer, five children.
He died in 1781, aged seventy-six. She died in 1798, aged
eighty-seven.

Second generation, Elijah Strong, born 1758. Married,
about 1779, Elizabeth Morton of Hatfield. A farmer, six
children. He died in 1838, aged eighty-six.

Third generation, Luther Strong, born 1782. Married,
1806, Susannah Clark of Westhampton. A farmer, four
children. He lived to be sixty-four, she attained her eighty-
first year.

Fourth generation, Cephas Strong, born 1808. Married,

1832, Esther H. Starr of Easthampton. A farmer, one

child. Sexton for over twenty years of the First Church.

Still living.
44



374 ANTIQUITIES AND HISTOEICALS.

Fiftli generation, Edward Barnard Strong, born 1841.
Married, 1870, Caroline M. Cliffe. A farmer, two or more
children.

This homestead has been one hundred and forty-five years
in the family into the sixth generation.

Joseph Alvord, born 1698, Bridge street, grandson of Alex-
ander Alvord, one of the early settlers, a man of considera-
ble means for those times. Joseph Alvord, by occupation a
weaver, married Clemence, daughter of Dea. Ebenezer Wright.
Established himself on this homestead in 1730. Deceased in
1786, aged eighty-eight.

Second generation, Medad Alvord, born 1738. Married
Sarah Baker ; and for his second wife, widow Betsey Par-
tridge. He died in 1798, aged sixty.

Third generation, Eunice Alvord, born 1776, daughter of
Medad. She married Luther Hunt, who died in 1817, aged
forty-six. She survived him on the homestead forty-three
years. They were the parents of Medad Hunt and Mrs.
Eoxana H. Hubbard. Eunice Alvord deceased in 1860, aged
eighty-four.

Fourth generation, Medad Hunt. He sold to John Clark,
April 2d, 1861.

The homestead continued in the Alvord and Hunt line
one hundred and thirty-one years, 1730-1861.



INDEX.



[Continued from page 12.]



167,
167,



SNOW.

Angeline,

SOUTHGATE.
Horatio, Rev.

SPAULDING

James P.
Samuel T.
Timothy G.

SPENCER.
Ichabod S., Rev.

STARR.
Esther,

STARKWEATHER.

Charles,
Charles G.
Frederick M
Haynes K.
Kin^sley,
Martha,
Sally,

STEARNS.
Oliver,

STEBBINS.

Daniel, 64, 203,

John,

STODDARD.

Anthony, Rev. 185,

Christina,

David, Rev. 29,

Esther,

Esther Mather,

Francis H.

Hannah,

Henry B., Dr.

Israel,

John, Col. \

John, 2d,
John T., Prof
Louisa G.
Mary,



22,



27,
15, 21,
170, 211,



233



850



345
345
346



346



373



167
167
346
272

228

182

228



346



346
204



347
217
348
216
107
349
217
349
348
107
347
348
349
254
217



34



Rebekah,
Sarah,

Solomon, Rev. <

Solomon, Hon.
Solomon, Esq.
Solomon, Prof.

STONE.

Julia A. B.
Isaac,

STORRS.

Nathan,



73, 170
218, 2:J7
, 42, 107
201, 347
108, :347
348
254, 348



350
349



357



STRICKLAND.
William P. 272, 349

STRONG.

Abigail, 215

Adino, Hon. 205

Amasa, 256

Asahel, 137

Benajah, 51

Benjamin, Lieut. 89

Caleb, Lieut, 93

Caleb, 17, 26, 94, 14 3, 171,352
Caleb, Rev. 352

Calvin, 119

Cephas, 373

Daniel, 149, 221

Daniel, Drum Major, 141
Dorothy, 223

Ebenezer, Elder, 42, 91, 136
Ebenezer, Jr. 204

Edward, 352

Edward, 2d, 352

Edward Barnard, 374

Eleazar, 165

Elijah, 373

Elisha, Col. 53

Elizabeth, 108, 123, 187, 239
Franklin C. 352

George, 135, 137, 165

George H. 165

George Henry, 353

Henry H. 165

Ithamar, 85, 165

Jedediah, 49, 204

Jerijah, 66



Jerijah, Jr., 373

Job, 147, 221, 350

ir.hr. -PM^- i 19,40,41, 177

John, Elder, -j ^3' ^

John, 89

Jonathan, 92, 123

Jonathan, Ensign, 136

Jonathan, Serg't, 135

Joseph, 148, 165

Joseph, Esq. 205
Lewis. Hon. 96, 271, 351

Lewis M. 353

Levi, 148

Lucy, 119

Luther, 373

Martha, 223

Maria, 66
Mary, 49, 159. 177

Naomi. 219

Nathaniel, Lieut, 147

Nathaniel, Jr., 147

Nathaniel, 4th, 148

Nehemiah, Prof. 350

Penelope, 125

Phebe L. 140

Ruth, 159

Samuel, 137, 159

Sarah, 231

Simeon, 75

Simeon, Hon. 148, 351

Stephen Chester, 353

Theodore, 89, 351

Theodore, 2d, 353
Thomas, 165, 204, 351

William, 149

William L. 165

SUTHERLAND.

Judge, 282

SWIFT.

Eliphalet Y. 353

TAPPAN.
Arthur,



Benjamin,
Benjamin, Mrs.
Elizabeth,
John,



28

28, 207

17

229

28



INDEX.



Lewis,

Lucy,

Rebecca,

TAYLOR.



28,



232
226
235



John, Maj.
Lucy B.
Verren D., Rev.


353
373
256


TEDFORD.




Lyman B.


247


TENNEY.




Caleb, J., Rev.
George C.
Mary, Mrs.


353
354
115


TISDALE..




Master,


188


THAYER.




James B., Prof.
William S.


354

354


THOMPSON.




Augustus C, Rev.
Austin W.

Daniel, Dr. 129,
James, Dr.
William A., Rev.
William, Prof.


239
355
355
355
236
236


TODD.




John, Rev.
John E., Rev.


355
356


TRUMBULL.




J. R.


97


TUCKER.




Mark, Rev.


356


TURNER.




Wm. E.

TYLER.


356


Bennett, Rev.

Frances M.

Henry M., Prof.

John B., Dr. 144, 2:38

Josiah, Rev.

William,

W. S., Prof. 234


238
373
357

, 357
244
356

,357


WALKER.




Charles. Dr.
Timothy,


357
357


WARD.




Cornelia C.

T W

WARHAM.


372

357


Hester,

WATSON.


19


Arthur,

Henry,

Walter,


359
359
359


WARNER.




Aaron, Prof.

Abigail.

Abner B., Rev.

Daniel,

Edward,

Harriet,

John P. 156


358
111
358
155
359
372
157



Joseph, 156, 358

Joseph, 2d, 166

Joseph, 3d, 157

Luther J. 157, 359

Mark, 155, 190

Mark, Jr. 155

Mehitable, 153
Oliver, Hon. 111,156,241,358

Seth, 359

Solomon, 156

WASHBURNE.

Mrs. 173

WELLS.

Henry M. 360

Samuel, 359

WHEELER.

John, Rev. 231

WHITE.

John P. P. 360

Josiah, 164

Morris E., Rev. 360

Thomas. Rev. 219

Thomas, 360

WHITMAN.

Elnathan. Rev. 218

Samuel, Rev. 219

WHITTLESEY.

John, 115

Samuel. Rev. 219

WHITING.

Wm. H. 360

WHITNEY.

David S. 271

Edward P. 361

Henry M., Prof. 361

James L. 361

Josiah, Prof. 33, 169, 360
Maria, 169

Sarah B. 245

William D., Prof. 33,169,301

WILLARD.

Andrew F., Rev. 362

Frederick A., Rev. 362

WILLIAMS.

Cordelia, 285

Edward, 244

Eleazar, 216

Eliphalet, Rev. Dr. 243
Eliphalet. Hon. 144, 225,270

Ephraim, Col. 194

Harry L. 374

John, Rev. 104, 216

L. B. 371

Mary, 144, 237

Nancy Barnard, 243

Sally, 329

Samuel, 144

Samuel P., Rev. 20, 262

Sidney P. 363

Solomon,Rev. | ^^^^^^^ J^S

Stephen, Sr. 104

Stephen, Jr., Rev. 104, 220

Stephen, 216

Warham, 216



William, Rev. 55, 217

William, 2d, Rev. 218

WILLISTON.

A. L., Dea. 271

Hannah M., 253

John P., Dea. 253, 271

John P., Mrs. 152

Martin L., Rev. 254, 363

WITHINGTON.
Leonard, Rev.

WOOD.
Andrew S.

WOODBRIDGE,

Aeneas,
John, Rev.
Sylvester, Dr.

WILEY.



234



221

221

22

362



Charles, Rev.

WOODFORD.

Hannah, 91

Mary, 191

WOODWARD.

Experience, 97

Henry, 175

John, 124

Maria P. 251

Samuel B., Dr. 175, 363

WORTHINGTON.

John, Col. 14, 143, 171

WRIGHT.



Anna,

Christopher,

Clemeuce,

Chauncey,

Daniel,

Ebenezer, Dea.

Ebenezer, Rev.

Enos, Dea.

Elizabeth, Mrs.

Elizabeth B.

Elizabeth P.

Ephraim,

Ephraim M., Rev.

Ferdinand H.

Frederick,

George L.

George T.

Georgiana M.

Hartley H,

James,

James G.

J. E. M., Rev.

Jemima,

Job,

Joel,

Mary,

Noah,

Samuel, Sr.

Samuel, Jr.

Sarah,

Seth,

Stephen, Dea.

Theodore,

Timothy,

William K.



167

109

374

365

167

108, 265

227, 364

209, 269

208

373

372

88

364

167

364

272

364

372

364

88

109

109

155, 157

363

108, 363

108

109

88, 156

106, 189

99

88, 108

267

364

209

209



ERRATA.



Page 23. The sentence commencing, " The writer recalls seven Mathers of
Northampton," readers will please omit.

Page 239, sixth line from the bottom, the sentence, "He married for his
second wife," should read, for his third wife.

Page 290. Isaac Edwards Clark, and on page 291, John Proctor Clark, both
add the final e, thus, Isaac Edwards Clarke, John Proctor Clarke.

Page 291, fifth line from the top, instead of Assistant in Wolf ord's District
Attorney's oflice, should read. Assistant United States District Attorney in
Wolford's District Attorney's office.

Page 355, second line from the top, the sentence, In 1874, chosen Royal
Professor, etc., should read, Roy all Professor, etc.



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