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jorneys in North Carolina; Isaac E. Morse, '28, was a prominent



330 NORWICH UNIVERSITY.

member of the Louisiana bar, serving as attorney general of the
state. Luther R. Marsh, '29, was for many years a prominent
lawyer in New York, being attorney for several railroad corpora-
tions. He was for a time associated with Daniel Webster.
Edward Stanley, '29, became a distinguished attorney in North
Carolina, serving as attorney general of the state.

Jefferson P. Kidder, '32, a prominent lawyer in Vermont,
Minnesota and Dakota (territory), served for several years as
associate justice of the U. S. court for the territory. Jasper- W.
Gilbert, '32, became a prominent attorney in New York, serving as
a supreme judge many years. William Hull, '33, was prominent
in the Wisconsin courts. Thomas J. Whipple, '37, became a
leading member of the New Hampshire bar, and Winfield S.
Sherwood of the same class became prominent in California.
Oilman Folsom, '39, was a prominent member of the Iowa bar,
and while a member of the state legislature in 1851, had charge
of the framing of the first code of laws of the state. Asa C.
Marvin, '39, was a prominent attorney in Missouri. Youngs
V. Wood, '39, became prominent at the Ohio bar, serving for
some years as district attorney and judge of probate. Jonathan
Tarbell, '39, was a prominent lawyer in New York, Mississippi
and Washington, D. C. He served as assistant attorney general
of New York, also as chief justice of the Supreme court of Missis-
sippi.

Ephraim Flint, '41, was a prominent member of the Maine
bar; William L. Lee, '42, became distinguished as chief justice
of the supreme court of the Hawaiian Islands, and as the framer
of the first code of laws of the Islands. Henry C. Longnecker,
'42, was a prominent lawyer in Pennsylvania, serving for some
time as district attorney. Otis S. Tenney, '45, is a prominent
member of the Kentucky bar. Milan H. Sessions, '45, was a
prominent member of the bar of Wisconsin and Nebraska. Gus-
tavo A. Breaux, '47, was one of the leading attorneys of the
Louisiana bar. William Pitt Kellogg, '47, was for many years a
leading lawyer in Illinois, Nebraska and Louisiana. He served for
some time as chief justice of the supreme court of Nebraska
and is now retired and resides in Washington, D. C. Luther
S. Dixon, '48, became one of the leading attorneys of this country
and, as chief justice of the supreme court of Wisconsin, gained
great distinction through his learned decisions. Julius P. Atwood,
'48, Harvey W. Emery, '52, and George E. Bryant, '54, also
became leading members of the Wisconsin bar.



LAWYERS, 331

Luther L. Baxter, '51, for a number of years a prominent
lawyer in Wisconsin and Minnesota, is now an honored judge
in the latter state. Egbert Phelps, '55, and Arba N. Water-
man, '55, are prominent members of the Illinois bar. Oscar E.
Learnard, '55, has gained distinction as a lawyer and judge in
Kansas. Benjamin M. Beckwith, '55, was a prominent attorney
in Wisconsin and New York and John Mitchell, '57, was a leading
lawyer and circuit judge in Iowa. Levi W. Goodrich, '57, has gain-
ed distinction as a lawyer and judge in Texas. Benjamin K.
Steele, '57, was for several years judge of the supreme court of
Vermont. George W. Hobbs, '58, was a prominent corporation
lawyer in Massachusetts.

Dudley F. Phelps, '64, became a leading lawyer in New York
City, serving as district attorney, and chief law officer of the
New York Custom House. H. A. Howard, '65, and J. S. Richards,
'65, are prominent members of the New York bar. William
R. Hoyt, '64, for several years a prominent lawyer in Wisconsin,
is at present the U. S. Commissioner for Indian Territory. Wesley
K. Walton, '67, is a leading lawyer in Utah. George E. Otis,
'67, was a prominent attorney and judge in California.

Samuel D. Conant, '72, has gained prominence at the Massa-
chusetts bar. Fred W. Gregg, '73, is a leading lawyer at
Los Angeles, Cal. Cyrus M. Johnston, '73, is a prosperous
attorney at Detroit City, Minn. Burleigh F. Spaulding, '77,
has gained distinction as a lawyer and judge in North Dakota
and Eugene M. Carr, '79, is a leading attorney in Seattle, Wash.

Loomis S. Cull, '80, is a well known lawyer in South Dakota.
James M. Holland practiced the profession with success in North
Dakota and in Washington and is now located in New York City.
Fred S. Parker, '84, has gained prominence at the bar in North
Dakota and Wisconsin and is now city judge of West Superior,
Wisconsin. N. L. Sheldon, '84, is a prosperous attorney in Boston,
and was prominent in the prosecution of the Russell Will case.
Elmer R. Juckett, '89, is a leading lawyer and county judge
at Hot Springs, S. D., and H. N. Cross of the same class is meeting
with success in the profession in Springfield, Mass. Edmond
H. Ryan, '92, is a prosperous attorney in Utah. W. H. Sprague,
'91, E. C. Bennett, '93, E. W. Gibson, '94 and F. B. Thomas,
'95, C. A. Plumley, '96 and W. S. Pingree, '01, are becoming
prominent at the Vermont bar. Arthur G. Andrews, '96, in
his brief career as an attorney, gave promise of a brilliant future.
W. E. Hurlburt, '93, is meeting with marked success in the pro-



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NORWICH UNIVERSITY.



fession in Wisconsin. R. U. Smith, '94, is a rising attorney
at Woodsville, N. H., and Percy P. Learned, '01, is attaining
success as an attorney in New York City^



LAWYERS.



39. Adams.l George B.

'64. Allen, Charles P.

'66. Allen, Cornelius L.

'96. Andrews, Arthur G.

'48. Atwood.jjuUus P.

'49. Averill, CUnton S.

'45. Barnard, John M.

'00. Batchelder, Charles

'73. Bates, Frank R.

'24. Baxter, Carlos

'51. Baxter, Luther L.

'51. Baxter, WilhamR.

'26. Beach, Wilham A.

'93. Bearss, Carter B.

'55. Beckwith,BenjaininM.

'40. Belcher, Wilham C.

'93. Bennett, Edward C.

'46. Bishop, Linus D.

'67. Blodgett, George B.

'27. Blois, John T.

'41. Bovay, Alvin E.

'28. Bragg, Thomas

'47. Breaux, Gustavo A.

'48. Brush, Abner K.

'54. Bryant, George E.

'52. Burge, Royal L.

•46. Burt, Charles W.

'73. Burt, Henry A.

'65. Carpenter, Lorenzo D.

'79. Carr, Eugene M.

'68. Chamberlain,James K.

P

'56. Chase, Arthur

'37. Sherwood, Winfield S.

'58. Childs, Jonathan W.

'57. Clark, Warren

'48. Colby, Gilbert W.

'72. Conant, Samuel D.

'43. Crooker, J.abez C.

'89. Cross, Herbert N.

'59. Cross, Samuel H.

'26. Crowninshield, Francis

B.

'45. Crowninshield, John C.

'80. Cull, Loomis S.

'39. Cushman, Isaac N.

'82. Davis, Charles M.

'55. Davis, Thomas H.

'28, Deming, Charles F.

'66. Denison, Joseph D.

'30. Dewey, Thomas M.

'48. Dixson, Luther S.

'98. Dinsmoor, Paul A.

'26. Drake, Charles D.

'27. Duane, Wilham

'41. Dustln, Daniel H.

'42. Emerson, George W.F.

'52. Emery, Harvey W.

'35. Estabrook, Alonzo F.

'24. Fletcher, Ryland

'48. Fling, Lewis W.

'41. Flint, Ephraim

'39. Folsom, Gilman

'23. French, Edward

'26. Green, Coggswell K.

'73. Gregg, Fred W.

'94. Gibson, Ernest W.

'67. Gibson, James

'32. Gilbert, Jasper W.

'40. Gilson, James M.

'57. Goodrich, Levi W.

'28. Gourdin, Lewis J.

'49. Gove, Jesse A.

'29. Hale, Reuben C.



'58.


Hale, SUaa K.


'60.


'39.


Hall, James A.


'01.


'43.


Hancock, Henry


'52.


'32.


Harrington, Caleb B.


'64.


'46.


Haskell, Henry L. S.


'66.


'45.


Hemenway.StillmanR.


'28.


'62.


Henderson, Thomas A.


'96.


'26.


Hill, Wilham H.


'38.


'78.


Hiland, Frank E.


'66.


'83.


Hobbs, George T.


'26.


'58.


Hobbs, George W.


•86.


'99.


Hoke, Michael


'64.


'83.


Holland, James M.


'86.


'48.


Hooke, Enoch G.


'29.


'76.


Hooper, William


'66


'25.


Horton, Valentine B.


'49.


'61.


Houghton, Charles B.


'92.


'65.


Howard, Henry A.


'28.


'62.


Howard, Henry H.


'59


'64.


Hoyt, Wilham R.


'28.


'33.


Hull, William


'27,


'46.


Huntington, Sylvanus


'28




C.


•45.


•93.


Hurlbut, Wilbur E.


'28.


'60.


Hutchinson, Charles W.


'84.


'23.


Hutchinson, Henry S.


'78.


'27.


Hyde, John J.


'52.


'25.


Ives, Ch.arles


'64.


'68.


Johnson, Alexander B.


'66.


'73.


Johnston, Cyrus M.


'94.


'26.


Jones, George W.


'77.


'28.


Jones, John P.


'91.


'89


Juckett, Elmer R


'25.


'47'


KeUogg, WiUiam P.


'28.


'54.


Kent, Henry O.


'28.


'90.


Kent, Henry P.


'57.


'34.


Kidder, Jefferson P.


'23.


'58.


Knowles, Samuel W.




'24.


Laiigdon-Elwin, C. H.


'50.


'56.


Learnard, Oscar E.


'37.


'01.


Learned, Percy P.


'68.


'42.


Lee, Wilham L.


'94.


'54.


Leland, Oscar H.


'28.


'97.


Lewis, Albert E.


'39.


'38.


Lillie, Jehiel


'24.


'42.


Longnecker, Henry C.


'45.


'25.


Loring, Francis C.


'95.


'24.


Lowell, Charles R.


'27.


'26.


Marsh, Charles C.


'05.


'78.


Marsh, Edward S.


'32.


'29.


Marsh, Luther R.


'52.


'28.


Marshall, Samuel D.


•28.


'.39.


Marvin, Asa C.


'24.


'51.


McFarland, Daniel


'57.


'05.


McFeeters, Wilham R.


'48.


'52.


Merrill, Edward B.


'44.


'27.


Merwin, George B.


•67.


'43.


Milroy, Robert H.


'67.


'24.


Minot, George


'48.


'56


Mitcheh, John


'55.


'29.


Morse, Isaac E.


'25.


'40.


My rick, Cyrus G.


'24.


'28.


Noble, Wilham H.


'73.


'45.


Noyes, David K.


'40.


'25.


Olcott, Wilham


'37.


'67.


Otis, George E.


'42.


'28.


Owen, Thomas R.


'41.


'58.


Page, Frank A.


'66.


'84.


Parker, Fred S.


'63.


'69.


Parker, George


'39.


'44.


Partridge, Frederic W.


'57.


'23.


Partridge, Samuel


'47.


'24.


Perkins, Hamilton H.


'42.


'46.


Pierce, Lucius D.


'95.



Pierce, Lafayette W^
Plngree, Wilham S.
Phelps, Charles
Phelps, Dudley F,
Phelps, Egbert
Philhps, Phihp
Plumley, Charles A.
Poole, Benjamin
Potter, Joel S.
Prescott, Edward G.
Prince, Earl H.
Putnam, GeorgelF.
RandaU, Phil S.
Reid, David S.
Richards, Joseph S.
Robinson, Calvin L.
Ryan, Edmond H.
Scoville, Charles H.
Seaver, Thomas O.
Sedgwick, Philo C.
Sedgwick, Theodore
Seeley, Edward H.
Sessions, Milan H.
Seymour, Horatio
Sheldon, Ned L.
Sherman, Frederick F
Simonds, Samuel C.
Slayton, Henry L.
Small, Reuel
Smith, Raymond U.
Spaulding, Burleigh F.
Sprague, Wilham H.
Stanley, Alfred
Stanley, Edward
Stanley, Harvey
Steele, Benjamin H.
Stockbridge, Tristram

G.
Stone, Charles J. F.
Streeter, Sebastian R.
Swett, Channing
Sweet, Herbert L.
Syme, John W.
TarbeU, Jonathan
Temple, Robert E.
Tenney, Otis S.
Thomas, Fred B.
Thompson, Charles E.
Thompson, Daniel P.
Tipton, Spear S.
Towne, John P.
Tracy, Charles
Van Ness, James
Veazie, John A.
Vogel, Jacob A.
Wadhams, Albert I.
Walhngford.CharlesR.
Walton, Wesley K.
Warner, Stanley M.
Waterman, Arba N.
Webber, Sumner A.
Wiggin, Benjamin
Wilhams, Charles K.
Wheeler, Simeon
Whipple, Thomas J.
White, Albert G.
White, Thomas W.
Whittier, James A. L'
Wood, Thomas C.
Wood, Youngs V.
Worthen, Harry N
Wright, Charles R
Wright, Joseph C.
Yeaton, Samuel G.



LEGAL POSITIONS HELD BY THE ALUMNI.



333



U. S. COURT OF CLAIMS.

Charles D. Drake, '28.

CHIEF JUSTICES.

Nebraska.

WUliam P. Kellogg, '47.
Hawaiian Islands.

William L. Lee, '42.
Wisconsin.

Luther S. Dixon, '48.

George W. Jonea, '26.

STATE JUDGES.

California.

Wlnfield S. Sherwood, '37.
Florida.

Jonathan W. Childs, '58.
Illinois.

Arba N. Waterman, '56.
Indiana.

Robert H. Milroy, '43.
Iowa.

Royal L. Burge, '52.

John Mitchell, '56.

Kansas.

Oscar E. Leamard, '55.
Minnesota.

Luther L. Baxter, '51.
Mississippi.

Ralph L. North, '28.

Jonathan Tarbell, '39.
New York.

Jasper W. Gilbert, '32.
North Dakota.

Burleigh F. Spalding, '77.
South Dakota.

Jefferson P. Kidder, '32.
Vermont.

Benjamin H. Steele, '57.

COUNTY JUDGES.

California.

George E. Otis, '67
Mississippi.

Abbott A. Shattuck, '64.
New York.

Sylvanus C. Huntington, '46.

Cornelius L. Allen, '66.
North Dakota.

Phil S. RandaU, '86.
Ohio.

Frederick Kinsman, '28.
Pennsylvania.

John P. Jones, '26.
South Dakota.

Elmer R. Juckett, '89.

Loomia S. Cull, '80.

Vermont.

Nathan B. Cobb, '46.
Wisconsin.

Julius P. Atwood, '48.

Samuel C. Simonds, '51.

George E. Bjwant, '54.

William R. Efoyt, '64.



JUDGES OF PROBATE.

Connecticut.

Elihu W. N. Starr, '28.
Georgia.

Henry H. Cary, '43.
Michigan.

Charles Rich, '25.

Coggswell K. Green, '26.

New Hampshire.

Hamilton E. Perkins, '25.
Warren Clark, '57.

Ohio.

Youngs V. Wood, '39.
Utah.

Wesley K. Walton, '67.
Vermont.

Isaac H. Cushman, '39.

Thomas O. Seaver, '59.

Edward C. Bennett, '93.

Ernest W. Gibson, '94.

CITY MAGISTRATES.
Brattleboro, Vt.

Ernest W. Gibson, '94.
Ellendale, N. D.

Phil S. RandaU, '86.
Lawrence, Kans.

Henry H. Howard, '52.
Superior, Wis.

Fred S. Parker, '84.

DISTRICT AND STATES
ATTORNEYS.
Connecticut.

William H. Noble, '27.
Louisiana.

Isaac E. Morse, '26.
Minnesota.

Daniel H. Dustin, '41.

Luther L. Baxter, '51.

Cyrus M. Johnson, '73.

New Hampshire.

George F. Putman, '64.
New Mexico.

WiUiam W. H. Davis, '42. Attorney.
General and District Attorney.
New York.

Theodore Sedgwick, '28.

William A. Beach, '28.

Dudley F. Phelps, '64.

Henry- A. Howard, '65.
Ohio.

Youngs V. Woods, '39.
Pennsylvania.

John P. Jones, '26.

Robert Eraser, '37.

Henry C. Longnecker, '42.

South Dakota.

Loomis S. Cull, '80.

Elmer R. Juckett, '89.
Utah.

Edmond H. Ryan, '92.
Vermont.

Caleb B. Harrington, '32.

Jefferson P. Kidder, '32.

Milan H. Sessions, '45.

Joseph D. Denison, '66.

Charles Batchelder, '00.



POLITICAL WORK OF THE ALUMNI.



335



Virginia.

George Tucker, '47.
Washington.

Eugene M. Carr, 79.
Wisconsin.

Milan H. Sessions, '45.

Luther S. Dbcon, '48.

William R. Hoyt, '64.

CITY ATTORNEYS.

Chippewa Falls, Wis.

William R. Hoyt, '64.
Hot Springs, S. D.

LoomLs S. Cull, '80.
Omro, Wis.

Wilbur E. Hurlbut, '93.
Rochester, N. Y.

Jasper W. Gilbert, '32.



CLERKS OF COURTS.

Connecticut.

William H. Noble, '26.
Georgia.

Adolphus Rutherford, '28.
Illinois.

Frederick W. Partridge, '45.

Iowa.

Noel B. Howard, '60.
Maine.

Ephraim Flint, '41.
Missouri.

Warren Shedd, '40.

George W. Jones, '26.

Texas.

Roswell W. Lee, '26.
Wisconsin.

Samuel C. Simonds, '52.



Political Work of the Alumni.



In the political affairs of the country the alumni and past
cadets have been especially prominent. Twenty-three have been
delegates to the national conventions of the various political
parties. To Alvan E. Bovay, '41, belongs the honor of naming
the " Republican' ' party. He served as chairman of the committee
appointed by the convention, held in Ripon, Wis., Feb. 28, 1854,
to found a new party in that state. One of the graduates of the
" Academy,' ' Horatio Seymour, '28, was the presidential nominee
of the Democratic party in 1868. Gideon Welles, '26, as Secretary
of the Navy, was one of the most influential members of the cabi-
nets of Presidents Lincoln and Johnson. Thomas Bragg, '28,
served for some time as attorney general in the cabinet of Jefferson
Davis, president of the Confederate States. Five of the alumni
have served as U. S. senators, and eighteen as congressmen.
Thomas Bragg, '28, and David S. Reid, '29, served as senators in
the Confederate Congress. George W. Jones, '26, Isaac E. Morse,
'29, and Thomas H. Seymour, '29, served as ministers to foreign
countries.

Several of the cadets took an important part in the founding of
Texas as an independent Republic. George H. Mcintosh, '28,
served as the first minister to France. William L. Lee, '42, the
distinguished lawyer and judge, served as Hawaiian minister to
the United States. Eight of the graduates have served as U. S.
Consuls. Isaac T. Smith, '28 was for many years a trusted consul-
general and financial agent of the Kingdom of Siam in the United
States. George W. Davis, '27, was for several years the British
vice consul at Wilmington, N. C, George Little, '26, served as



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U. S. Marshal of North Carolina and Lewis S. Partridge, '38, held
the same position in Vermont.

General Jonathan Tarbell, '39, served for some years as assis-
tant U. S. treasurer in Washington, and Gen. B. G. Farrar, '45,
was U. S. treasurer at St. Louis, Mo. Four of the alumni have
served as Indian commissioners and agents ; eight as receivers of the
U. S. land office; six as U. S. revenue collectors; twenty-two as
U. S. collectors of customs and employees of the Department;
four as U. S. commissioners; seven, as pension agents; thirty-eight
as postmasters. Four are employed in the U. S. Weather Bureau
service; and four are in the U. S. Railway Mail service.

- Thirteen have held and are holding positions not enumerated
above. Of this number Maj. H. E. Alvord, '63, was for several
years chief of the Dairy Division of the Agricultural Department;
Henry 0. Brigham, '48, was chief clerk in the Patent Office; Col.
H. O. Kent, '54, was U. S. Naval officer of the port of Boston.
Thomas J. Lasier '64, has served for many years as chief clerk of
various bureaus in the Navy Department. Captain William
Newman, '43, was for several years chief of the capitol police,
Washington. Reuel Small, '66, has served for some years as official
stenographer of the U. S. House of Representatives.



DELEGATES TO POLITICAL
CONVENTIONS.

'25. Baxter, Portus

'26. Brisbane, William H.

'44. Brown, Edward M.

'54. Bryant, George E.

'24. Darling, Joshua H.

'39. Davis, Mitchell M.

'42. Davis, WilUam W. H.

'51. Dodge, Grenville M.

'64. Estey, Julius J.

'25. Fletcher, Ryland

'26. Green, Coggswell K.

'47. Kellogg, William P.

'54. Kent, Henry O.

'32. Kidder, Jefferson P.

'28. Kinsman, Frederick

'43. Lee, Stephen B.

'42. Longnecker, Henry C.

'38. Partridge, Lewis S.

'27. Phillips, Philip

'64. Putnam, George F.

'49. Robinson, Calvin L.

'26. Welles, Gideon

'39. AVhipple, William M.

PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE.

Horatio Seymour, '28.

CABINET OFFICERS.

Gideon Wells, '26.
Thomas Bragg, '28.

U. S. SENATORS.

Charles D. Drake, '26, Mo.
Thomas Bragg, '28, N. C.
George W. Jones, '26, Iowa.



WilUam P. Kellogg, '47, La.
David S. Raid, '29, N. C.

U. S. CONGRESSMEN.

'25. Baxter, Portus, Vt.

'24. Clapp, Asa W. H., Me.

'51. Dodge, Grenville M., Wis.

'25. HoUey, John M., N. Y.

'25. Horton, Valentine B., Ohio

'26. Jones, George W., Wis.

'47. Kellogg, William P., La.

'32. Kidder, Jefferson P., N. Dak.

'42. Longnecker, Henry C., Pa.

'39. Lyons, Caleb, N. Y.

'28. Morse, Isaac E. La.

'23. Partridge, Samuel, N. Y.

'26. PhilUps, Philip, Ala.

'29. Reid, David S.,N.C.

'29. Seymour, Thomas H., Conn.

'77. Spalding, Burleigh F., N. Dak.

'29. Stanley, Edward, N. C.

'27. Van Rensselaer, Henry, N. Y.

CONFEDERATE STATES

CONGRESS.

David S. Reid, '29.
Thomas Bragg, 29'.

MINISTERS TO FOREIGN

COUNTRIES.

George W. Jones, '26, Colombia.
Isaac E. Morse, '29, New Granada.
Thomas H. Seymour, '29, Russia.

Hawaii.

William L. Lee, '42, Minister to United
States.



POLITICAL POSITIONS HELD BY THE ALUMNI.



337



Texas.
George H.
France.



Mcintosh, '28, Minister to



UNITED STATES CONSULS.

Chile, Valpariso

George B. Merwin, '28, Secretary.
China

Caleb Lyon, '39.

Edward W. Rice, '57.

William S. Vemam, '64.

France, Paris.

Theodore .Sedgwick, '28, attache
Thomas J. Munson, '53

Manila, P. I.

Alfred P. Edwards, '27.
Porto Rico.

John J. Hyde, '28.
Siam, Bankok.

Frederick W. Partridge, '45.
Siam.

Isaac T. Smith, '28, Consul General to
the United States.

Great Britain.

George W. Davis, '27, Vice-consul to

the United States.

UNITED STATES MARSHALLS.

George Little, '26, N. C.
Lewis S. Partridge, '38, Vt.

ASSISTANT UNITED STATES
TREASURERS.

Bernard G. Farrar, '45, St. Louis, Mo.
Jonathan Tarbell, '39,Washington, D. C.

INDIAN COMMISSIONERS AND
AGENTS.

'39. Davis, MitcheU M.. Wis.

'41. Dom, Andrew J., Mo.

'26. Lee, Roswell W., Tex.

'43. Milroy, Robert H., Wash.

RECEIVERS OF UNITED STATES
LAND OFFICE.

'45. Barnard, John M., Iowa.

'44. Brown, Edward M., N. Dak.

'52. Burge, Royal M., Mo.

'80. Cull, Loomis L., S. Dak.

'39. Folsom, Gilman, Iowa.

'50. Holly, Henry W., Minn.

'39. Marvin, Asa C, Mo.

'25. Means, Robert, Iowa.

UNITED STATES REVENUE
COLLECTORS.



'40.
•54.
'32.
'50.
•41.
'64.



Knight, Sumner
Leland, Oscar H
Lewis, Wilham E.
May, Calvin
NaUe, Benjamin F.
Shattuck, AUbott A.



UNITED STATES COLLECTOR
OF CUSTOMS AND EMPLOYES



'24.
'25.
'44.
•37.
'26.
•43.
•89.
•26.



Baxter, Carlos
Clark, Henry E. W.
Clark, Thomas
Cobb, Daniel B. B.
Green, Coggswell K
Hancock, Henrv
Hefflon, Willard C.
Holmes, Arthur F.



•27. Johnston, Daniel P.

•47. Kellogg, William P.

•25. Means, Robert

'45. Newman, William A.,

'89. Palmer, Fred S.

'47. Parker, Walter W.

'56. Penniman, Luther L.

•64. Phillips, Henry M.

•45. Preston, Simon M.

'83. Ramsay, John,W.

'59. Rolfe, John

'67. Stanwood, Charles F.

'60. Starr, William

'49. White, Henry B.

UNITED STATES COMMISSIONERS

WiUlam R. Hoyt., '64, Indian Territory

and Alaska.
Lucius D. Pierce, '46, Vt. and N. H.
Calvin L. Robinson, '49, Fla.
Wesley K. Walton, '67, Utah.

FREEDMAN'S BUREAU.

'47. Balloch, George W.
'61. Chandler, Edward A.

PENSION AGENTS.

•42. Davis, WlUiam W. H.

•64. Galbraith, Frederick W.

'40. Gilson, James

•53. McCollister, John Q. A.

'25. Minot, George

•45. Partridge, Frederick W.

•41. Shields, James V. A.

UNITED STATES WEATHER
BUREAU SERVICE.

'85. Hersey, Henrv B.

'09. Heyer, Hobert E.

'89. Shaw, Aurin R.

•88. Shaw, WiUiam A.

FORESTERS.

•92. Mowry, Jesse B., R. I.
•03. Foster, John H.

UNITED STATES RAILWAY
MAIL SERVICE.

'95. Dowe, Ray S.

'95. Hamilton, PUny J.

'94. Hinman, Harvey L.

'65. Millington, Gilbert D.

MISCELLANEOUS POSITIONS.

•63. Alvord, Henry E., Ch. Dairy Div.

Agl. Dept.
•55. Bickford, Frederick T.
•48. Brigham, Henry O., Ch. Clerk,

Patent Office.
'90. Dole, Carl G., Clerk P. O. Dept.
•54. Kent, Henry O., Naval Officer,

Boston.
•28. Ir\'ing, Sanders, Private Sec.

P. M. Gen.
'64.'* Lasier, Thomas J., Ch. Cleric,

Navy Dept.
'45. Newman, \ William, Ch. Capitol

Police.
'64. Phelps, Dudley, F., Atty. U. S.

Custom House, N. Y.
'66. Small, Reuel, Ch. Clerk, Behring

Sea Com. and Official Reporter U. S.

House Rep.
'28. Smith, Isaac T., Com. of Imi-

gration, N. Y.
'53. Smith, Nathan A., Ch. Clerk, P. O.

Dept.
!26. Welles, Gideon, Ch. Bureau of

Provisions and Clothing, Navy Dept.



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NORWICH UNIVERSITY.



POSTMASTERS.



'93.


Andrews, George L.


'41.


Eaton, Robert B.


'38.


'24.


Baker, Jonathan


•24.


Fletcher, Asaph G.


'31.


'26.


Barnes, William S.


'94.


Gillette, Heman


'24.


'41.


Bean, Eli B.


'25.


Goodall, David


'64.


'44.


Brown, Edward M.


•26.


Green, Coggswell K.


'43.


'54.


Bryant, George E.


'23.


Hatch, Albert G.


'49.


•57.


Clark, Warren


'25.


Hutchins, Ephraim


'52.


'45.


Cobb, Samuel H.


•54.


Leiand, Oscar H.


'91.


'59.


Cross, Samuel W.


'24.


Lyman, Charles


•29.


'25.


Cushman, Henrv W.


'23.


Lyman, George


•66.


'50.


• Dana, Stillman E.


.39'


Nichols, Samuel


'27.


'23.


' Dinsmoor, William


'55.


Noyes, David K.


'39.


'38.


"■j Dow, Simeon^C.


'45.


Partrldge,FrederickW.





Partridge, Lewis S.
Pennock, Nathan L.
Perkins, Hamilton H.
PhiUips, Henry M.
Post, Frederick L.
Robinson, Calvin L.
Simonds, Samuel C.
Sprague, William H.
Starr, Elihu W. N.
Tibbetts, Charles F.
Welles, Gideon
Whipple, William M.



State Political Positions.

The political positions held by the alumni and past cadets in
the various states are as follows: governors, 9; acting governors, 2;
military governors, 2; lieutenant governors, 3; state senators, 46;
state representatives, 133; clerks of senate, 4; clerks of house of
representatives, 2; county clerks, 6; county treasurers, 12; register
of deeds, 4; county commissioners, 5; sheriffs and policemen, 11;
mayors, 17; aldermen, 26; town clerks, 7; secretaries of civil and
military affairs, 2; bank commissioner, 1; members of board of
agriculture, 3; land survey boards, 1; fish commissioner, 1.

The cadets who have served as governors and lieutenant
governors were distinguished men and their record has reflected



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