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ROCHESTER 
THEOLOGICAL 
SEMINARY 

GENERAL CATALOGUE 
1850 - 1910 













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Rochester Theological 

Seminary, Rochester, N.Y. 
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Rochester Theological 
Seminary 



GENE RAL 
CATALOGUE 

1850 TO 1910 



E. R. ANDREWS PRINTING CO. 

ROCHESTER, N. Y. 

1910 



PREFACE 

The Board of Trustees of the New York Baptist Union for Ministerial 
Education at its annual meeting in May, 1909, authorized the undersigned 
committee to prepare and publish this fifth edition of the General Cata- 
logue. Previous editions appeared in 1869, 1876, 1889 and 1900. 

This issue, like the former one, includes the names of all officers of 
the New York Baptist Union for Ministerial Education and of all officers 
and members of the Board of Trustees. It also aims to furnish, with 
reference to all persons who have been members of the Faculty and Stu- 
dents of the Seminary, trustworthy information respecting the time and 
place of their birth, their collegiate and theological studies, their public 
services, and in cases that may require it, of their death. 

The attempt has been made to give all honorary degrees above that of 
M. A. with the dates and sources, and a list of published works. When 
the college degree is not given it is assumed to be B. A. 

The names of students are arranged in distinct groups under their re- 
spective classes as follows : 

First — Full graduates of the regular and of the B. D. courses, in alpha- 
betical order with the year of graduation. 

Second — Special students who did not take a regular course of study 
or who did not remain until the course was completed, arranged in alpha- 
betical order with a statement of the time spent by each in the Seminary. 

Third — English course graduates. During the period from 1884 to 1892, 
covering nine years, an English course was provided for those men who 
did not study the Scriptures in the original. For these years the records 
of the full graduates are followed by the names of the men who completed 
the prescribed English course in alphabetical order with the year of grad- 
uation. 

These in turn are followed by the special students as in other years. 

The names of full graduates and of English course graduates with fellows 
and graduate students are all printed in BLACK FACE CAPS. The 
names of special students in Black Face, upper and lower case. 

Fellows, graduate students and such graduates of other institutions as 
pursued further studies in this Seminary are placed at the head of the 
graduating class of the year of their residence. 

Fellows and graduate students of this Seminary receive due credit at 
the appropriate place in their record, their name only being placed at the 
head of the graduating class of the year of their residence with citation 
of their record. 

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A denomination, a state, or an occupation once used in a record con- 
tinues in force until a new one is given. Unless otherwise indicated the 
persons named are pastors and members of Baptist churches, and the 
churches named are Baptist. 

An asterisk (*) indicates a deceased officer or student. A dash and 
period following the year of entrance upon a service indicates that the 
person still continues in the work last mentioned. A semicolon at the 
end of a record indicates that further information is wanting. The date 
(1900) at the close of a record indicates that no facts have been learned 
since the last General Catalogue was issued. 

A statement concerning the purpose and history of the German Depart- 
ment of the Seminary as well as a record of its classes will be found 
immediately following the records of the classes of the English Depart- 
ment. 

In the preparation of this Catalogue valuable assistance has been ren- 
dered by former students, by officers of other institutions of learning, by 
many pastors, church clerks and other officials. To all of these friends 
and helpers the Committee desire to express their thanks. 

Notwithstanding all our efforts the Catalogue is still by no means com- 
plete and undoubtedly contains many errors. So far as possible in the 
case of the living the attempt has been made to secure the authority of each 
man for his own record. In some cases, however, it has not been possible 
to secure the addresses of men no longer in the pastorate. 

Any communication with regard to the correction and the completion of 
defective records in this Catalogue will be welcomed. These communica- 
tions or others with regard to future changes of location may be sent to 
any member of the Committee. 

J. W. A. STEWART, ^ 

J. R. HENDERSON, (- Committee 

A. J. RAMAKER ) 



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CHRONOLOGICAL NOTES 

A Convention of the Baptist denomination of the State of New York 
"to consider the present aspect of the educational affairs of the de- 
nomination in the State and to take such action thereon as may be 
deemed wise and expedient," was held in Albany, October 9 and 10, 
1849. 

The committee of nine appointed by the Albany Convention met in 
Rochester in December, 1849. 

The New York Baptist Union for Ministerial Education was organ- 
ized by act of an educational convention of the Baptist denomination 
called by the committee of nine in Rochester, May 11, 1850. 

The first meeting of the Board of Trustees for executive business 
was held in August, 1850, and it was resolved to open the Rochester 
Theological Seminary on the first Monday in November, 1850. 

Articles of Incorporation were executed May 13, 1850, and acknowl- 
edged August 31, 1850. 

The first annual meeting of the New York Baptist Union for Min- 
isterial Education was held November 4, 1850. 

The Rochester Theological Seminary was opened for instruction 
November 4, 1850. 

From 1850 to 1860 the course of study in the Seminary extended 
over only two years. At the annual meeting of the Union July 10, 
1860, the course was lengthened to three years and in consequence 
no class was graduated in 1862. 

Until 1862 the anniversaries were held in connection with those of 
the University of Rochester, and came on the Thursday following the 
second Wednesday in July. Beginning with 1863 the anniversaries 
have been held in May, during the second or the third week of the 
month. 

The year has generally opened the first week in September. Until 
1860 the session was divided into three terms; since 1860 it has been 
divided into two terms, by a vacation of one week including the winter 
holidays, and a long summer vacation. 

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LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS 

1 INSTITUTIONS OF LEARNING 

The location of the Institutions is given later in connection with the 
Summary. 



Ac. U., Acadia University- 
Am. C, Amherst College 
Aub. T. S., Auburn Theological 

Seminary 
Bay. U., Baylor University 
Best. U., Boston University 
B. U., Brown University 

B. U. T. S., Baptist Union Theo- 
logical Seminary 

Bu. U., Bucknell University 
Cn. U., Columbian University 
Colg. U., Colgate University 
Colg. T. S., Colgate Theological 

Seminary 
Corn. U., Cornell University 

C. T. S., Crozer Theological Sem- 
inary 

Cy. C, Colby College 

D. C, Dartmouth College 

Des M. C, Des Moines College 
D. U., Denison University 

F. C. Franklin College 
Fur. U., Furman University 

G. C, Georgetown College 

G. D., German Department, R. 

T. S. 
Ham. C, Hamilton College 
H. U., Harvard University 
Kal. C, Kalamazoo College 
LaG C, La Grange College 
M. C. Marietta College 



McM. C, McMinnville College 
McM. U., McMaster University 
Men U., Mercer University 
Mid. C, Middlebury College 
Miss. C, Mississippi College 
N. T. I., Newton Theological Insti- 
tution 
O. U., Oberlin University 
P. U., Princeton University 
P. T. S., Princeton Theological 

Seminary 
Rich. C, Richmond College 
R. T. S., Rochester Theological 

Seminary 
S. B. T. S., Southern Baptist Theo- 
logical Seminary 
S. C, Shurtleflf College 
U. C, University of Chicago 
U. Mich., University of Michigan 
Un. C, Union College 
U. Neb., University of Nebraska 
U. N. Y., University of New York 
U. O., University of Oregon 
U. R., University of Rochester 
U. T., University of Toronto 
U. T. S., Union Theological Semi- 
nary 
W. F. C, Wake Forest College 
W. J. C, William Jewell College 
Wms. C, Williams College 
Y. C, Yale College 



2 MISCELLANEOUS 



A. B. H. M. Soc, American 

Home Mission Society 
A. B. F. M. Soc, American 

Foreign Mission Society 
A. B. P. Soc, American 

Publication Society 
A. T. Soc, American Tract 
b. born 
Bapt. Baptist 
C. College 
C. B. M. Soc, Canadian 

Missionary Society 
ch., church 

Cong., Congregational 
Conv., Convention 
Cor., Corresponding 
d., died 
dist., district 
Epis., Protestant Episcopal, 

palian 
F. M., Foreign Missions 
H. M., Home Missions 
Lang., Languages 
Lat., Latin 

Lit., Literature, Literary 
M. E., Methodist Episcopal 



Baptist miss., mission, -s, -ary 

N. T., New Testament 
Baptist ord., ordained 

O. T., Old Testament 
Baptist p., pastor 

Past., Pastoral 
Society Phil., Philosophy 

Pres., president 

Presb., Presbyterian 

prof., professor 
Baptist S., Seminary 

S. B. Conv., Southern Baptist Con- 
vention 

Secy., Secretary 

S. N. S., State Normal School 

Soc, Society 

S. S., Sunday School 

Theol., Theology 
Episco- Treas., Treasurer 

T. S., Theological Seminary 

U., University 

U. S., United States 

Vols. Volunteers 

w. c, without charge 

Y. M. C. A., Young Men's Christian 
Association 



OFFICERS 

OF THE 

NEW YORK BAPTIST UNION 

FOR 

MINISTERIAL EDUCATION 



PRESIDENTS 

TERM OF OFFICE 

May-Nov. 1850 *Rev. SPENCER H. CONE, D. D. 

Nov. 1850-1851 *Rev. WILLIAM R. WILLIAMS, D. D, LL. D. 
1851-1854 *HoN. FRIEND HUMPHREY 
1854-1878 *HoN. ROSWELL S. BURROWS 
1878-1886 *Mr. JOHN B. TREVOR 
1886-1892 Mr. JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER 
1892-1894 *Mr. ERIC L. HEDSTROM 
1895-1898 *Mr. GEORGE L. STEDMAN 
1898-1902 *Mr. BYRON E. HUNTLEY 
1902- Hon. HENRY KIRKE PORTER, LL.D. 

VICE-PRESIDENTS 

term of office 

May 1850-1851 *Rev. ALFRED BENNETT 

May-Nov. 1850 *Rev. D. B. PURINTON 

May 1850-1857 *Rev. ISAAC BUTTERFIELD 

May 1850-1864 *Rev. ISAAC WESCOTT 

May 1850-1864 *Rev. BARTHOLOMEW T. WELCH, D.D. 

May 1850-1852 *Hon. GEORGE R. DAVIS 



TERM OF OFFICE 

May 1850-1858 *Rev. JESSE ELLIOTT 

May-Nov. 1850 *Mr. WILLIAM OTTLEY 

May-Nov. 1850 *Mr. ABRAM SHELDON 

May 1850-1861 *Hon. AMOS GRAVES 

May 1850-1861 *Rev. NORMAN FOX, D.D. 

May 1850-1868 *Hon. ELIAS JOHNSON 

May 1850-1858 *Rev. JAMES L. HODGE, D.D. 

Nov. 1850-1881 *Rev. JAMES O. MASON, D.D. 

Nov. 1850-1906 *Rev. EDWARD LATHROP, D.D. 

Nov. 1850-1859 *Mr. JACOB F. WYCKOFF 

1851-1870 *Rev. WILLIAM R. WILLIAMS, D.D., LL.D. 

1851-1861 *Rev. ELISHA E. L. TAYLOR, D.D. 

1851-1852 *Rev. henry B. EWELL 

1851-1856 *Rev. D. HARRINGTON 

1852-1853 *Rev. JAY S. BACKUS, D.D. 

1852-1864 *Mr. ABRAM SHELDON 

1852-1854 *Rev. CHARLES P. SHELDON, D.D. 

1852-1865 *Rev. C. L. BACON 

1852-1865 *Rev. S. M. STIMSON 

1852-1864 *Mr. DAVID LUDLAM 

1852-1853 *Mr. HENRY C. LATSHAW 

1852-1864 *Mr. GEORGE ALWAY 

1852-1853 *HoN. D. M. WILSON 

1852-1864 *Mr. RIGGS WATROUS 

1852-1881 *Mr. SIMEON BATES 

1853-1859 *Mr. ISAAC NEWTON 

1853-1864 *S. P. TOWNSEND, M.D. 

1853-1856 *Rev. THOMAS ARMITAGE, D.D., LL.D. 

1853-1864 *Rev. ELIAS L. MAGOON, D.D. 

1853-1864 *Rev. J. STANFORD HOLME, D.D. 

1853-1864 *HoN. HIRAM DEWEY 

1854-1858 *Rev. R. RATHBONE 



TERM OF OFFICE 

1854-1903 *Rev. JOHN T. SEELEY 

1854-1864 *Rev. A. C. GILLETTE, D.D. 

1855-1859 *Rev. JAY S. BACKUS, D.D. 

1855-1857 *Rev. WALTER R. BROOKS 

1855-1868 *Rev. WHITMAN METCALF, D.D. 

1856-1861 *Rev. JUSTIN A. SMITH, D.D. 

1856-1865 *Rev. A. C. BARRELLE 

1857-1862 *Rev. WILLIAM HAGUE, D.D. 

1857-1864 *Rev. H. DANIELS 

1857-1864 *Rev. GEORGE C. BALDWIN, D.D. 

1857-1868 *Mr. MATTHEW VASSAR 

1858-1863 *Rev. A. M. HOPPER 

1859-1868 *Rev. HENRY G. WESTON, D.D., LL.D. 

1859-1864 *Rev. E. W. BLISS 

1861-1864 *Rev. DANIEL G. COREY, D.D. 

1861-1864 Rev. GEORGE H. BRIGHAM, D.D. 

1861-1870 *Rev. DAVID MOORE, D.D. 

1861-1868 *Rev. CHARLES P. SHELDON, D.D. 

1862-1891 *Rev. CHARLES DE WITT BRIDGEMAN, D.D. 

1863-1879 *Rev. WHEELOCK W. PARMLY, D.D. 

1865-1879 *Rev. VELONA R. HOTCHKISS, D.D. 

1866-1873 *Mr. HENRY L. ACHILLES 

1867-1868 Rev. JOSEPH H. GILMORE, Ph.D. 

1867-1870 *HoN. REUBEN P. WISNER 

1867-1876 *Mr. WILLIAM A. GELLATLY 

1867-1869 *Mr. GEORGE DAWSON 

1868-1899 *Rev. GEORGE C. BALDWIN, D.D. 

1868-1873 *Rev. J. RYLAND KENDRICK, D.D. 

1868-1872 Rev. AUGUSTUS H. STRONG, D.D., LL.D. 

1868- Rev. WAYLAND HOYT, D.D. 

1868-1878 *Mr. JOHN B. TREVOR 

1869-1877 *Prof. JOHN STEVENS, D.D. 



TERM OF OFFICE 

1869-1874 Rev. PHILIP W. BICKELL, D.D. 

1869-1870 *Rev. HENRY DAY, D.D. 

1869-1893 *Mr. THOMAS KINGSFORD 

1870-1876 Rev. T. EDWIN BROWN, D.D. 

1870-1871 *Rev. a. J. F. BEHRENDS, D.D., S.T.D. 

1870-1885 *Rev. LEMUEL MOSS, D.D., LL.D. 

1870-1872 Rev. WILLIAM ELGIN, D.D. 

1871-1893 Mr. FRANK J. MATHER 

1871-1873 *Mr. EDWIN WAYTE 

1872-1883 *Mr. GEORGE DAWSON 

1872-1873 *Mr. TIMOTHY PORTER 

1872-1891 *Mr. W. D. BANCKER 

1872-1880 *NATHAN BISHOP, LL.D. 

1872-1881 *Mr. JAMES STOKES 

1873-1878 ^=Rev. EBENEZER NISBET, D.D. 

1873-1874 Rev. HENRY L. MOREHOUSE, D.D., LL.D. 

1873-1886 *Rev. PHARCELLUS CHURCH, D.D. 

1873-1878 *Rev. HENRY C. FISH, D.D. 

1873-1884 Rev. JACOB S. GUBELMANN, D.D. 

1874-1882 Rev. HENRY E. ROBINS, D.D., LL.D. 

1874-1888 *Rev. BENJAMIN D. MARSHALL, D.D. 

1874-1881 Rev. ROBERT S. Mac ARTHUR, D.D., LL.D. 

1875-1878 Rev. CHARLES J. BALDWIN, D.D. 

1875-1879 *Rev. SAMUEL W. CULVER 

1876-1889 *Rev. J. RYLAND KENDRICK, D.D. 

1876-1899 *Mr. ISAAC G. JOHNSON 

1876-1881 *Rev. SAMUEL W. DUNCAN, D.D. 

1876-1892 Rev. JESSE B. THOMAS, D.D., LL.D. 

1876-1893 Rev. GALUSHA ANDERSON, D.D., LL.D. 

1877-1900 *Mr. CHARLES G. KING 

1878-1888 *Rev. J. W. B. CLARK, D.D. 

1879-1886 Mr. JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER 



TERM OF OFFICE 

1879-1886 *Rev. JOHN H. GRIFFITH, D.D. 
1879-1880 Rev. GEORGE A. PELTZ 
1879-1879 *Mr. GEORGE W. ABBE 
1879-1884 *Mr. THOMAS CHESTER 
1880-1899 *Mr. JEROME PRESTON 
1880-1887 Mr. CHARLES L. YOUNG 
1880-1893 *Rev. SAFFORD D. MOXLEY 
1880-1882 *Mr. W. W. WIBIRT 
1881-1893 Mr. THOMAS MATTHEWS 
1881-1882 Mr. CHARLES SIEDLER 
1881-1893 Mr. CHARLES P. JACOBS 
1882-1892 *CoL. A. J. WELLMAN 
1884-1901 Rev. ALVAH S. HOBART, D.D. 
1884-1896 *Mr. GEORGE A. WOOLVERTON 
1886-1890 *Mr. JOHN B. TREVOR 
1887-1906 *Rev. DAVID MOORE, D.D. 
1891-1894 Hon. DAVID J. HILL, LL.D. 
1891-1892 Hon. WALTER S. HUBBELL 
1893-1902 Hon. HENRY KIRKE PORTER, LL.D. 
1893- Rev. HENRY M. SANDERS, D.D. 

1893-1904 *Mr. EUGENE G. BLACKFORD 
1893-1898 Rev. WILLIAM C. P. RHOADES, D.D. 
1893-1897 *Mr. JUSTUS MILLER 
1894-1897 *Rev. HORACE H. HUNT 
1895-1904 Rev. ADELBERT S. COATS, D.D. 
1896- Rev. ORRIN P. GIFFORD, D.D. 

1898-1901 Hon. MARVIN I. GREENWOOD 
1898- Rev. ALBERT E. WAFFLE, D.D. 

1900- Rev. T. EDWIN BROWN, D.D. 

1901- Pres. rush RHEES, D.D., LL.D. 
1901- Mr. J. BRAINARD THRESHER 
1901-1905 *Rev. GEO. C. LORIMER, D.D. 



TERM OF OFFICE 

1902-1905 Mr. CHARLES M. PRATT 

1902-1905 Mr. JOHN S. MUNROE 

1904-1906 Mr. ARTHUR L. LESHER 

1904- Rev. WILLIAM P. HELLINGS, D.D. 

1904- Mr. HORACE C. MILLS 

1904-1905 Rev. HENRY C. APPLEGARTH, D.D. 

1904- Rev. JAMES T. DICKINSON, D.D. 

1905- Rev. FRANK M. GOODCHILD, D.D. 
1905- Rev. ROBERT McDONALD, D.D. 
1905-1907 Mr. JOHN C. McCURDY 

1905- Rev. CORTLAND MYERS, D.D. 

1905- Rev. GEORGE WHITMAN, D.D. 

1905- Rev. HENRY O. HISCOX, D.D. 

1905- Rev. CORNELIUS S. SAVAGE, D.D. 
1906-1908 Rev. KERR BOYCE TUPPER, D.D. 

1906- Rev. HERBERT S. JOHNSON 
1906- Rev. RUBEN E. BURTON, D.D. 
1908- Rev. CARL D. CASE, Ph.D. 

1908- Rev. GOVE G. JOHNSON 

1909- Rev. CHARLES A. EATON, D. D. 
1909- Rev. CURTIS LEE LAWS, D.D. 

RECORDING SECRETARIES 

TERM OF OFFICE 

1850-1850 *Rev. EDWARD TURNEY 

1850-1853 *Rev. CHARLES N. CHANDLER, D.D. 

1853-1854 *Rev. SILAS ILSLEY 

1854-1856 *Rev. CHARLES N. CHANDLER, D.D. 

1856-1857 *Rev. JACOB R. SCOTT 

1857-1864 *Rev. GEORGE DANA BOARDMAN, D.D., LL.D. 

1864-1869 *Mr. JAMES D. REID 

1869-1871 Mr. AUSTIN H. COLE 

1871-1873 *Mr. EZRA R. ANDREWS 

1873- Mr. AUSTIN H. COLE 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 
OFFICERS 



PRESIDENTS 

TERM OF OFFICE 

May 1850-1853 *Rev. HENRY DAVIS 
1853-1857 *Rev. W. G. HOWARD, D.D. 
1857-1871 *Mr. albert B. CAPWELL 
1871-1880 *Mr. JACOB F. WYCKOFF 
1880-1885 Mr. JOHN H. DEANE 
1885-1887 *Mr. ERIC L. HEDSTROM 
1887-1889 *Mr. ALANSON J. FOX 
1889-1891 *Mr. ERIC L. HEDSTROM 
1891-1903 *Mk. ALANSON J. FOX 
1904- Mr. GERSHOM M. PETERS 

VICE-PRESIDENTS 

TERM OF OFFICE 

1852-1853 *Rev. W. G. HOWARD, D.D. 
1853-1865 *LEMUEL C. PAINE, M.D. 
1865-1881 *HoN. HAMILTON E. SMITH 
1881-1883 *Mr. henry A. DeLAND 
1883-1885 *Mr. ERIC L. HEDSTROM 
1885-1887 *Mr. ALANSON J. FOX 
1887-1888 *HoN. JAMES M. HOYT 
1889-1891 *Mr. ALANSON J. FOX 
1891-1899 *Mr. FREDERICK W. TAYLOR 
1900-1903 Rev. JOHN H. MASON, D.D. 
1903- Rev. CLARENCE A. BARBOUR, D.D. 



TREASURERS 

TERM OF OFFICE 

1850-1851 *Mr. ALVAH STRONG . 
1851-1853 *Mr. ELIJAH BOTTUM 
1853-1899 Mr. CYRUS F. PAINE 
1899-1903 Mr. ANDREW J. TOWNSON 
1903- Mr. CHARLES T. De PUY 



RECORDING SECRETARIES 

term of office 

1850-1853 *Rev. JUSTIN A. SMITH, D.D. 

1853-1859 *Rev. ZENAS FREEMAN 

1859-1862 *Mr. ARCHIBALD SERVOSS 

1863-1865 *Mr. JAMES D. REID 

1865- Mr. AUSTIN H. COLE 

CORRESPONDING SECRETARIES 

TERM OF office 

1850-1859 *Rev. ZENAS FREEMAN 

1859-1862 *Mr. ARCHIBALD SERVOSS 

tl866-1867*REv. EZEKIEL G. ROBINSON, D.D., LL.D. 

1867-1868 *Mr. HENRY L. ACHILLES 

1868-1871 *Rev. THOMAS J. MORGAN, D.D., LL.D. 

1871-1872 *Rev. SAMUEL ADSIT (Acting; Assistant, 1872-1877) 

1872-1874 *Mr. JAMES D. REID 

1877-1879 Rev. HENRY L. MOREHOUSE, D.D., LL.D. 

1879-1882 Rev. WILLIAM ELGIN, D.D. (Assistant, 1879-1880; Acting, 

1880-1881; Secretary, 1881-1882) 
1882-1896 Rev. SAMUEL P. MERRILL 
1896-1897 Rev. ALBERT COIT, D.D. (ad interim) 
1897- Rev. JOSIAH R. HENDERSON, D.D. 



t From 1862-1866, the Board had no Corresponding Secretary. From 1862-1864. Prof. 
NoRTHRUP acted as Corresponding Secretary ; and from 1864-1866, Prof. Robinson served 
in that capacity. 

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TRUSTEES 

INCORPORATORS RESIGNED OR DIED 

1850 *Rev. henry DAVIS 1853 

*Rev. NEHEMIAH W. BENEDICT, D.D 1859 

*Mr. AHIRAH G. fitch I860 

*Mr. THERON brown 1856 

*Rev. LUTHER F. BEECHER, D.D 1855 

*Mr. albert G. SMITH 1855 

*Rev. SEWALL S. cutting, D.D 1856 

*Rev. CHARLES N. CHANDLER, D.D 1852 

*Mr. ARAUNAH G. MOSELEY 1850 

*HoN. HAMILTON E. SMITH 1886 

*HoN. REUBEN P. WISNER 1867 

♦LEMUEL C. PAINE, M.D 1873 

*Rev. JUSTIN A. SMITH. D.D 1856 

*Mr. OREN SAGE 1867 

*Mr. ALVAH strong 1885 

*Rev. HIRAM K. STIMSON 1850 

*Mr. GIDEON W. BURBANK 1850 

*Rev. jay S. BACKUS, D.D 1850 

*Mr. DANIEL BOWEN 1852 

*Rev. ELISHA E. L. TAYLOR, D.D 1851 

*Mr. CALEB BROWN 1866 

*Mr. JIRAH BLACKMER 1854 

*Rev. JAMES B. OLCOTT 1852 

*Rev. MARSENA STONE 1855 

ELECTED 

1850 *Mr. WILLIAM PHELPS 1881 

*Rev. ZENAS CASE 1852 

*HoN. ALONZO CASE 1865 

*Mr. CORNELIUS THOMAS 1863 

1851 *Mr. ELIJAH BOTTUM 1859 

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ELECTED RESIGNED OR DIED 

1852 *Rev. S. J. DRAKE 1854 

*Rev. W. G. HOWARD, D.D 1857 

*Mr. JACOB BEAM 1858 

*.Mr. WILLIAM A. COOTES 1861 

1853 *Rev. CHARLES N. CHANDLER, D.D 1862 

*Mr. ARAUNAH G. MOSELEY 1859 

*Mr. lewis DENNEY 1854 

*Mr. D. M. WILSON 1860 

*Mr. EDWARD JA:MES 1857 

*Mr. JAMES E. SOUTHWORTH 1855 

*Rev. henry C. fish, D.D 1873 

*HoN. JAMES O. PETTINGILL 1886 

*Mr. henry C. LATSHAW 1863 

*Gex. JOHN F. RATHBONE 1859 

1854 *Rev. henry V. JONES 1856 

*Mr. JOHN M. FRENCH 1860 

*Mr. WILLIAM R. MUDGE 1856 

1855 *Mr. SAMUEL VERNON 1857 

*Mr. albert B. CAPWELL 1880 

*Mr. CARLOS DUTTON 1856 

*Rev. JACOB R. SCOTT 1861 

1856 *Mr. ANAN HARMON 1860 

*Mr. JAMES E. dexter 1858 

*^Ir. ALPHEUS morse 1857 

*HoN. ELISHA HARMON 1864 

*Re\'. DAVID BELLAMY 1865 

1857 *Rev. GEORGE DANA BOARD MAN, D.D.. LL.D 1866 

*Mr. ALFRED R. PRITCHARD 1876 

*Mr. GEORGE W. ROGERS 1863 

*Mr. JOHN M. DAVIES 1871 

*Mr. peter BALEN 1865 

1858 *Mr. henry L. ACHILLES 1881 

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elected resigned or died 

*Rev. ZENAS freeman 1859 

1859 *Mr. ROWLEY KILBOURN 1863 

*Mr. URIAH G. HOYT 1865 

*Mr. JOHN M. BRUCE 1884 

*Mr. THOMAS KINGSFORD 1869 

1860 *Rev. WILLIAM S. MIKELS, D.D 1865 

*Mr. D. B. De land 1866 

*Mr. JOHN R. PARKER 1862 

*Mr. JAMES E. SPENCER 1861 

*Mr. M. C. MANNING 1861 

1861 *Mr. JAMES D. REID 1894 

*Mr. JOHN BUSH 1873 

Mr. DANIEL A. WOODBURY 

*Rev. T. SPENCER HARRISON 1864 

1862 *Rev. jay S. BACKUS, D.D 1865 

*Rev. ELISHA E. L. TAYLOR, D.D 1865 

*Mr. JOSEPH B. HOYT 1888 

♦Mr. THOMAS CORNELL 1865 

1863 *Mr. JONATHAN P. BRIGGS 1885 

*Rev. B. R. SWICK 1866 

*Mr. JOSEPH J. GLASS 1865 

1864 *Mr. JACOB F. WYCKOFF 1881 

Mr. AUSTIN H. COLE 1867 

1865 *HoN. WILLIAM RICHARDSON 1874 

*Rev. PHARCELLUS church, D.D 1868 

*Rev. p. J. WILLIAMS 1868 

*Mr. S. S. JEWETT 1868 

*Rev. ICHABOD CLARK, D.D 1868 

*Rev. ABEL HASKELL 1865 

*Mr. CHAUNCEY B. WOODWORTH 1871 

*Mr. ANAN HARMON 1871 

1866 *Mr. GEORGE DAWSON 1876 

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ELECTED RESIGNED OR DIED 

*Rev. DAVID MOORE, D.D 1877 

Mr. mason G. SEELEY 1882 

*HoN. GEORGE W. RAWSON 1877 

*HoN. JAMES M. HOYT 1895 

*Mr. EZRA R. ANDREWS 1900 

1867 Hon. G. HILTON SCRIBNER 1883 

*Mr. IRA B. NORTHROP 1871 

*Mr. EDWIN O. SAGE 1878 

1867 *Mr. royal L. MACK 1887 

1868 *Mr. JOHN B. TREVOR 1890 

*Rev. benjamin D. MARSHALL, D.D 1874 

*Mr. JOHN CRAWFORD 1871 

Rev. henry E. ROBINS, D.D., LL.D 1874 

1870 Rev. JOSEPH F. ELDER, D.D 1902 

1871 *Mr. WILLIAM L. PROCTOR 1877 

*Mr. ALANSON J. FOX 1903 

*Rev. a. J. F. BEHRENDS, D.D., S.T.D 1876 

1872 *Mr. timothy H. PORTER 1876 

Mr. ROBERT K. DAVIES 1881 

1873 Mr. CYRUS F. PAINE 

1874 *Mr. ERIC L. HEDSTROM 1894 

Rev. PHILIP W. BICKEL, D.D 1879 

Rev. henry L. MOREHOUSE, D.D., LL.D 1877 

1875 *Mr. JAMES E. SPENCER 1880 

1876 Rev. T. EDWIN BROWN, D.D 1898 

*Mr. WILLIAM A. GELLATLY 1885 

*Mr. henry a. De land 1908 

1877 *Mr. ELI PERRY 1881 

*Rev. a. JUDSON BARRETT, D.D 1889 

Mr. AUSTIN H. COLE 

1878 Rev. CHARLES J. BALDWIN, D.D 1896 

*Mr. MARSENUS H. BRIGGS 1896 

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1879 *Mr. CHARLES PRATT 1886 



Mr. JOHN H. DEANE 1886 

1881 Rev. ROBERT S. Mac ARTHUR, D.D., LL.D 

Rev. CEPHAS B. CRANE, D.D 1896 

*Rev. SAMUEL W. DUNCAN, D.D 1893 

*Mr. WILLIAM A. CAULDWELL 1882 

*Mr. DEVALSON G. weaver 1887 

1882 *Mr. MARVIN A. CULVER 1903 

Rev. HENRY M. KING, D.D 1892 

Mr. CHARLES SIEDLER 1899 

1883 *Mr. grange SARD 1885 

1885 Mr. JOSEPH CAMPBELL 1895 

*Mr. ten EYCK De PUY 1895 

*Mr. GEORGE L. STEDMAN 1898 

*Mr. FREDERICK W. TAYLOR 1899 

1886 Prof. ZENAS F. WESTERVELT, LL.D 

Mr. ANDREW J. TOWNSON 

*Mr. BYRON E. HUNTLEY 1906 

*Rev. JOHN H. GRIFFITH, D.D 1895 

*Mr. DANIEL HARRIS 1900 

1887 Rev. JOSEPH W. A. STEWART, D.D., LL.D 1903 

*Mr. CHAUNCEY B. WOODWORTH 1895 

1889 *Mr. ANDREW N. PERRIN 1890 

1890 Rev. FREDERICK L. ANDERSON, D.D 1901 

1891 Mr. WILBUR S. PECK 1907 

Rev. H. clay PEEPELS 1905 

1892 Hon. WALTER S. HUBBELL 

1893 Rev. WALLACE BUTTRICK, D.D 1906 

1894 Mr. HENRY A. SHERWIN 

1895 *Rev. albert G. UPHAM, D.D 1902 

*Mr. JAMES F. CHARD 1897 

Rev. JAMES M. BRUCE 

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Rev. JOHN HUMPSTONE, D.D 1904 

1896 Mr. albert R. PRITCHARD 

Rev. ROBERT B. HULL, D.D 

Mr. THOMAS B. RYDER 

Rev. CLARENCE A. BARBOUR, D.D 

Rev. THOMAS J. VILLERS, D.D 

1897 *Rev. HORACE H. HUNT 1897 

1898 Rev. JOHN H. MASON, D.D 1903 

Hon. GEORGE W. STEDMAN 1903 

Rev. WILLIAM C. P. RHOADES, D.D 

1899 *Mr. JOHN J. JONES 1904 

1900 Mr. ARTHUR E. HEDSTROM 

*Mr. J. LEE JUDSON 1901 

1901 Mr. GERSHOM M. PETERS 

Mr. MARVIN L GREENWOOD 

Mr. CHARLES A. MATHEWS 

1902 Rev. RUFUS P. JOHNSON, D.D 

Rev. DONALD D. Mac LAURIN, D.D 1908 

1903 Mr. EDWARD W. ATWATER 

Pres. a. H. strong, D.D., LL.D 

Mr. CHARLES T. De PUY 

Rev. THOS. D. ANDERSON, D.D 

1904 Mr. JUNIUS R. JUDSON 

Mr. JAMES C. FOLEY 

1905 Rev. JAMES T. DICKINSON, D.D 

Rev. henry C. APPLEGARTH, D.D 

1906 Mr. ARTHUR L. LESHER 

1907 Mr. JOHN C. Mc CURDY 

Mr. WILLIAM B. HALE 

1908 Mr. albert C. BURROWS 

Mr. CHARLES M. THOMS 

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PRESIDENTS 

1868 *Rev. EZEKIEL OILMAN ROBINSON, D.D., LL.D. Resigned, 1872 
1872 Rev. AUGUSTUS HOPKINS STRONG, D.D., LL.D. 

DEANS 

1903 Rev. JOSEPH WILLIAM ALEXANDER STEWART, D.D., 
LL.D. 



PROFESSORS 



ELECTED RESIGNED OR DIED 

1850 *Rev. JOHN SHARP MAGINNIS, D.D 1852 

Born, Butler County, Pa., June 13, 1805. A.B., Cy. C, 1832; D.D., B. U., 
1844; graduated, N. T. I., 1832; ord. Portland, Me., Oct. 1832; pastor, 
Portland, 1832-37; Providence, R. I., 1837; prof. Biblical Theology, 
Colg. T. S., 1838-50; prof. Biblical and Pastoral Theology, R. T. S., 
and Intellectual and Moral Philosophy, U. R., 1850-52. Died Rochester, 
N. Y., Oct. 15, 1852. 

1850 *Rev. THOMAS JEFFERSON CONANT, D.D 1857 

Born, Brandon, Vt., Dec. 13, 1802. A.B., Mid. C, 1823; D.D., ib., 1844; 
graduate student in Greek and Hebrew, Mid. C., 1823-25 ; tutor, Cn. C, 
1825-27 ; prof. Latin, Greek and German, Cy. C, 1827-33 ; prof. Lan- 
guages and Biblical Literature, Colg. T. S., 1835-50; prof. Hebrew, 
and Biblical Criticism and Interpretation, R. T. S., 1850-57; engaged 
in revising the English Version of the Bible under the auspices of the 
American Bible Union, 1857-77; member, American Old Testament 
Revision Committee; author, translation of Gesenius's Hebrew Gram- 
mar; Baptizein. its Meaning and Use ; Job, Revised Version and Notes 
(with and without Hebrew Text) ; and many other works. Died, 
Brooklyn, N. Y., April 30, 1891. 

1852 *Rev. JOHN HOWARD RAYMOND, LL.D 1854 

Born, New York, N. Y., Mar. 7, 1814. A.B., Un. C, 1832; graduated. 
Colg. T. S., 1838; LL.D.. U. R.. 1855; tutor. Colg. U., 1838-39; prof. 

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Rhetoric and English Literature, Colg. U., 1839-50; prof. Rhetoric and 
Belles Lettres, U. R., 1850-55; prof. Sacred Rhetoric, R. T. S., 1852- 
54; pres. Brooklyn Collegiate and Polytechnic Institute, 1855-64; pres. 
and prof. Mental and Moral Philosophy, Vassar C, 1864-78. Died, 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Aug. 14, 1878. 

1852 *Rev. VELONA ROUNDY HOTCHKISS, D.D 1865 

Born, Spafford, N. Y., June 5, 1815. A.B., Colg. U., 1837; graduated, 
Colg. T. S., 1838; D.D., Colg. U., 1856; ord. Poultney, Vt., Dec. 20, 1838; 
pastor, Poultney, 1838-42; Second ch., Rochester, N. Y., 1842^5; First 
ch.. Fall River, Mass., 1845-49; Washington St. ch., Buffalo, N. Y., 
1849-54; lecturer in Ecclesiastical History, R. T. S., 1852-54; prof. 
Ecclesiastical History, ib., 1854-57; Biblical Literature and Exegesis, ib., 
1857-65; pastor, Washington St. ch., Buffalo, N. Y., 1865-79; lecturer 
on Expository Preaching in R. T. S., B. U. T. S., and Woodstock C, 
Canada, 1880. Died, Buffalo, N. Y., Jan. 4, 1882. 

1853 *Rev. EZEKIEL GILMAN ROBINSON, D.D., LL.D 1872 

Born, Attleboro, Mass., Mar. 23, 1815. A.M., B. U., 1838; graduated, 
N. T. I., 1842; D.D., B. U., 1853; LL.D., B. U., 1872; H. U., 1886; 
ord. Nov. 1842 ; pastor, Norfolk, Va., 1842-45 ; Cambridge, Mass., 1845- 
46; prof. Bib. Interpretation, West. Bapt. Theol. Inst., Covington, Ky., 
1846-50; pastor. Ninth St. ch., Cincinnati, O., 1850-53; prof. Biblical and 
Pastoral Theology, R. T. S., 1853-72; pres. and Davies professor, ib., 
1868-72; pres. and prof. Moral and Intellectual Philosophy, B. U., 1872- 
89 ; lecturer, Andover T. S. ; lecturer on Preaching, Yale D. S. ; Apolo- 
getics, C. T. S., 1889-94; prof. Ethics and Apologetics, U. C, 1892-94; 
pres. A. B. M. U., 1877-80. Ed. Christian Review; trans. Neander's 
Planting and Training of the Christian Church; author, Yale Lectures 
on Preaching; Principles and Practice of Morality; Christian Theology; 
et al. Died, Boston, Mass., June 13, 1894. 

1857 *Rev. GEORGE WASHINGTON NORTHRUP, D.D., LL.D. 1867 
Born, Antwerp, N. Y., Oct. 15, 1825. A.B., Williams C, 1854; gradu- 
ated, R. T. S., 1857; D.D., U. R., 1866; LL.D., Kal. C, 1879; ord. Roch- 
ester, N. Y., June 25, 1859; instructor in Eccl. Hist., R. T. S., 1857-58; 
prof. Eccl. Hist., 1858-65 ; Church Hist, and Evidences of Christianity, 
1865-67; acting prof. Mental and Moral Philosophy U. C, 1867-69; 
pres. and prof. Systematic Theol., B. U. T. S., 1867-92; prof, and head 
of the dept. of Systematic Theol., U. C, 1892-1900. Author (with Dr. 
Robert Watts), The Sovereignty of God; and several published papers 
and addresses. Died Chicago, 111., Dec. 30, 1900. 

1857 *Rev. AUGUSTUS RAUSCHENBUSCH, D.D 1890 

Born, Altena, Southern Westphalia, Germany, Feb. 13, 1816. Gymnasi- 
um of Elberfeld, 1833 ; student of Theology, Universities of Berlin 

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and Bonn, 1833-40; D.D., U. R., 1863; pastor, Altcna, 1841-46; came 
to America in 1846, and engaged in mission work among the Germans 
in Missouri; in the German work of the A. T. Soc, New York, 1847- 
53; united with Bap. ch., New York, May, 1850; miss, work among the 
Germans in Canada and the West, organizing German Baptist churches; 
prof, in German language, of Bib. Lit. and Theol., R. T. S., 1858-72; 
prof. Christian Theol. and Church Hist., ib., 1872-84; prof. O. T. Inter- 
pretation and Church Hist., ib., 1884-90; engaged in literary work, 
Wandsbek, near Hamburg, Germany, 1890-99. 1847-53 edited "dcr 
Amoikanisclic Botschaftcr ;" edited, and in part wrote the German 
publications of the American Tract Society of the same years, 170 
tracts and 70 books ; author, die Nacht dcs IVestcns; Anweisungcn 
fiir Aus7vaiidcrcy; Lcbcn Roger WiUiams; die Pilgcrvdter; Sind Meiisch 
und Aife staminvcrzi.'andt ? Sollen zvir Samstag oder Sonntag fciern? 
1st dcr Sonntag heidnischen oder christlichen Ursprungs? Biblische 
Fraucnbilder; Entstelmng dcr Kindcrtaiifc ; Handbuch der Homilctik. 
Edited, Missionsgcsangbuch, 1846; Pilgerharfe, 1853 ; Glaubcnsharfe, 
1885; Nene Glaubcnsslimme, 1894. Died, Wandsbek, Dec. 5, 1899. 

1865 *Rev. ASAHEL CLARK KENDRICK, D.D., LL.D., 1869; 1875-1877 
Born, Poultney, Vt., Dec. 7, 1809. A.B., Ham. C, 1831; D.D., Un. C, 
1845; LL.D., Bu. U., 1870; prof. Greek Language and Literature, Colg. 
U., 1832-50; prof. Greek Lang, and Literature, U. R., 1850-95; prof. 
Bib. Literature and Exegesis, R. T. S., 1865-69; acting Trevor profes- 
sor, Bib. Lit. and N. T. Exegesis, ib., 1875-77 ; member of the New Tes- 
tament Revision Committee. Author, Greek Introduction; Greek 01- 
lendorf ; The Anabasis of Xenophon, zv-ith Notes and Vocabulary; The 
Epistle to the Hcbrezvs {An American Commentary on the Nezv Testa- 
ment) ; trans, and ed. Olshausen's Commentary on the Nezu Testa- 
ment; AIoll's Commentary on Hebrezvs; et al.; Life and Letters of Mrs. 
Emily C. Judson; Our Poetical Favorites; Leisure Hours zcith the Ger- 
man Poets. Died, Rochester, N. Y., Oct. 21, 1895. 

1867 Rev. JOSEPH HENRY GILMORE, Ph.D 1868 

Born, Boston, Mass., Apr. 29, 1834. A.M., B. U., 1858; graduated, 
N. T. L, 1861; Ph.D., B. U., 1892; instructor in Hebrew, N. T. L, 
1861-62; ord. Penacook, N. H., June 19, 1862; pastor, Penacook, 1862- 
64; private secretary to Gov. Gilmore, and editor Concord Daily Moni- 
tor, 1864-65; pastor, Rochester, N. Y., 1865-67; acting prof. Hebrew 
Language and Lit., R. T. S., 1867-68; prof. Logic, Rhetoric and Eng- 
lish, U. R., 1867-92 ; prof. Rhetoric and English, ib., 1892-1908 ; emeritus 
prof., ib., 1908-. pres. Peoples' Rescue Mission, 1896-. chaplain United 
Society of the Civil War, 1908- Author, Art of Expression; Outlines 
of Logic; Outlines of Rhetoric; Chautauquan Text-Book of English 
Literature; Outline Studies in English and American Literature; He 

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Leadcth Me, and other Religions Poems; editorial writer, Democrat and 
Chronicle, Rochester, 1868-1878; The English Language and its Early 
Literature; Familiar Chats about Books and Reading. 

Address, Rochester, N. Y. 

1868 Rev. GEORGE HENRY WHITTEMORE 1876 

Born, Boston, Mass., Aug. 19, 1839. A.B., H. U., 1860; graduated, 
N. T. I., 1868; ord. Cambridge, Mass., Sep. 6, 1868; acting prof. Hebrew 
Language and Literature, R. T. S., 1868-76; occasional ministerial 
service, Cambridge, Mass., 1876-. 

Address, 379 Harvard St., Cambridge, Mass. 

1869 *Rev. rabbi JOSEPH WALES BUCKLAND, D.D 1876 

Born, Deerfield, N. Y., Dec. 16, 1829. A.B., Un. C, 1849; graduated, 
U. T. S., 1855 ; D.D. ; ord. New York, N. Y., 1855 ; pastor, New York, 
1855-56; Ossining, 1857-64; Calvary ch., New York, 1864-69; prof. 
Church History and Evidences of Christianity, R. T. S., 1869-73; 
Pettengill prof. Church History, ib., 1873-76. Died, Rochester, N. Y., 
Jan. 30, 1877. 

1870. *Rev. HORATIO BALCH HACKETT, D.D., LL.D 1875 

Born, Salisbury, Mass., Dec. 27, 1808. A.B., Am. C, 1830; graduated, 
Andover T. S., 1833 ; in Germany, 1833-35 ; D.D., U. Vt., 1845 ; H. U., 
1861; LL.D., Am. C, 1862; adjunct prof. Latin and Greek Languages 
and Literature, B. U., 1835-38; prof. Hebrew Literature, ib., 1838-39; 
prof. Bib. Lit. and Interpretation, N. T. I., 1839-68; in Europe and the 
East, 1868-70; prof. Biblical Literature and New Testament Exegesis, 
R. T. S., 1870-75, (Trevor prof., 1872-75) ; member, American Bible 
Union, and the American Revision Committee. Author, Hebrezv Gram- 
mar; Commentary on the Acts; Illustrations of Scripture, suggested by 
a Tour through the Holy Land; Christian Memorials of the War; 
translated with additions and improvements, Winer's Chaldee Gram- 
mar; Van Oosterzee's Commentary on Philemon; Braun's Commentary 
on Philippians; edited (together with Dr. Ezra Abbot), American 
edition of Smith's Dictionary of the Bible. Died, Rochester, N. Y., 
Nov. 2, 1875. 

1872 Rev. AUGUSTUS HOPKINS STRONG, DD.. LL.D. 

Born, Rochester, N. Y., Aug. 3, 1836. A.B., Y. C, 1857; graduated, 
R. T. S., 1859; D.D., B. U., 1870; Y. U., 1890; P. U., 1896; LL.D., 
Bu. U., 1891; Alfred U., 1894; in Europe, 1859-60; ord., Haverhill, 
Mass., Aug. 3, 1861 ; pastor, Haverhill, 1861-65 ; Cleveland, Ohio, 1865- 
72; pres. and prof. Biblical Theology, R. T. S., 1872- ; pres. A. B. 
M. U., 1892-95 ; pres. Gen. Convention of Baptists of North America, 
1907-10. Author, Systematic Theology, 1886 (7th edition, 1903) revised 

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and enlarged, in 3 vols., 1908; PhUosophy and Religion, 1888; The 
Great Poets and their Theology, 1897; Christ in Creation and Ethical 
Monism, 1899. Address, 17 Sibley Place, Rochester, N. Y. 

1872 Rev. WILLIA.M CLEAVER WILKINSON, DD.. LL.D. . . 1881 
Born, Westford, Vt., Oct. 19. 1833. A.B., U. R., 1857; graduated, R. 
T. S., 1859; D.D., U. R., 1873; LL.D., Bay. U., 1904; ord. New Haven, 
Conn., Nov. 22, 1859; pastor. New Haven, 1859-61; student. University 
of Paris, 1861-62; ad interim prof. Modern Languages, U. R., 1863-64; 
pastor, Mt. Auburn, Cincinnati, O., 1865-66; acting prof. Homiletics 
and Pastoral Theology, R. T. S., 1872-73; Wyckoff prof. Homiletics 
and Past. Theol., ib., 18.73-81 ; literary pursuits, Tarrytown, N. Y., 1881- 
92; prof. Poetry and Criticism, University of Chicago, 1892-. Author, 
The Dance of Modern Society; A Free Lance in the Field of Life and 
Letters; The Baptist Principle; Edwin Arnold as Poctizcr and Pagan- 
izer; Poems; Webster: an Ode; The Epic of Saul ; The Epic of Paul; 
The Epic of Moses; Poems (Enlarged) ; Complete Poetical Works (5 
vols.) ; Modern Masters of Pulpit Discourse; Some New Literary Val- 
uations. Address, 5630 Woodlawn Ave., Chicago, 111. 

1872 *Rev. HERMANN MORITZ SCHAEFFER 1897 

Born, Lage, Lippe-Detmold, Germany, Aug. 22, 1839. Graduated from 
German Department, 1864; student, U. R., 1864-65; graduated, R. T. S., 
1867; ord., New York, N. Y., Mar. 17, 1867; pastor. First German ch., 
New York, 1867-72; prof. Biblical Literature and Rhetoric, German 
Department, R. T. S., 1872-84; prof. New Testament Interpretation and 
Mental and Moral Philosophy, ib., 1884-89; prof. New Testament 
Interpretation and Pastoral Theolog\', ib., 1889-97. Author, Erkldrung 
dcr Apostelgeschichte; Einlcitung cur Erkldrung des Neuen Testa- 
ments; Die Erkldrung des erstcn Bricfes an die Korinther. Died, 
Rochester, N. Y., May 11, 1897. 

1875 Rev. HOWARD OSGOOD, DD., LL.D., 1900 

Born, Magnolia Plantation, Plaquemines parish. La., Jan. 4, 1831 ; 
Harvard University, 1850; D.D., B. U., 1868; LL.D., P. U., 1894; ord., 
New York, N. Y., Feb. 12. 1857; pastor. Flushing, L. I., 1856-59; 
North church, New York, 1860-65; prof, of Hebrew, C. T. S., 1868- 
74; acting prof, of Church History, R. T. S., 1875-76; prof, of Hebrew 
Language and Literature, ib., 1876-1900; literary work, Rochester, 
1900-. Member of the American Old Testament Revision Commit- 
tee. Address, 11 Livingston Park, Rochester, N. Y. 

1881 *Rev. BENJAMIN OSGOOD TRUE, D.D 1902 

Born, Plainfield, N. H., Dec. 17, 1845. A.B., D. C. 1866; graduated, 
R. T. S., 1870; D.D., U. R., 1889; ord. Baldwinsville, N. Y., May 31, 
1870; pastor, Baldwinsville, 1870-72; travel and study abroad, 7 months 
in 1872; pastor, First ch., Meriden, Conn., 1873-79; travel and study 

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abroad, 1879-80; pastor, Central ch., Providence, R. I., 1880-81; prof. 
Church History, R. T. S., 1881-1902; travel and study abroad, 1889-90. 
Author, Outlines of Church History, printed for use of students, not 
published. Died, Lakeport, N. H., July 18, 1902. 

1881 Rev. ADELBERT SUMPTER COATS, D.D 1891 

Born, Schuylers Lake, N. Y., Sep. 1, 1847. A.B., Ham. C, 1874; 
graduated, R. T. S., 1877; D.D., U. R., 1897; ord. Portland, Oregon, 
Sep. 3, 1877; pastor, Portland, Aug. 1877-Nov. 1880; prof. Elocution 
and Sacred Oratory, R. T. S., Jan. 1881-June 1891 ; pastor, First church, 
Pawtucket, R. I., Sep. 1891-Sep. 1893; First church, Buffalo, N. Y., 
Oct. 1893-Nov. 1901; in Europe, Nov. 1901-Nov. 1902; supply First 
church, Cortland, N. Y., and Portland, Ore., 1903-1904; p. Evangel 
church, Berkeley, Calif., May 1904-09; w. c, ib., 1909-. 

Address, 2609 Hillegass Ave., Berkeley, Calif. 

1882 Rev. HENRY EPHRAIM ROBINS, D.D., LL.D 1903 

Born, Hartford, Conn., Sep. 30, 1827. Student, Connecticut Literary 
Institution ; Fairmount Theological Seminary, Ohio ; graduated, N. 
T. I., 1861; D.D., U. R., 1868; LL.D., Colby U., 1890; ord. Hartford, 
Conn., Dec. 6, 1861 ; pastor. Central ch., Newport, R. I., Jan. 1862- 
May 1867; First ch., Rochester, N. Y., 1867-73; president, Colby C, 
1873-82; prof. Christian Ethics, R. T. S., 1882-1903; (unable to engage 
in the active work of teaching on account of ill-health) retired, engaged 
in literary work, 1903- Author, Harmony of Ethics with Theology; 
The Christian Idea of Education as Distinguished from the Secular 
Idea of Education; Ethics of the Christian Life. 

Address, 580 West Ave., Rochester, N. Y. 

1876 *SAMUEL EMMONS BROWN 1877 

Born, Portland, Me., Feb. 27, 1847. A. B., H. U., 1870; graduated, 
R. T. S., 1873; student Universities of Halle and Leipzig, 1873-76; act- 
ing prof. New Testament Exegesis, R. T. S., 1876-77. Died, Lowell, 
Mass., Aug. 5, 1877. 

1877 *WILLIAM ARNOLD STEVENS, DD., LL.D 1910 

Born, Granville, O., Feb. 5, 1839. A.B., D. U., 1862; student, R. T. S., 
1862-63 ; classical tutor, D. U.. 1863-65 ; student of Philology and Theol- 
ogy, Harvard U., and Universities of Leipzig and Berlin, 1865-68; D.D., 
D. U., 1882; LL.D., U. R., 1882; prof. Greek Lang, and Literature, 
D. U., 1868-77; prof. Biblical Literature and N. T. Exegesis, R. T. S. 
1877-1910. Author, Select Orations of Lysias; Commentary on the 
Epistle to the Thessalonians ; (with Ernest DeWitt Burton) A Har- 
mony of the Gospels for Historical Study; (with Ernest DeWitt Bur- 
ton) A Handbook of the Life of Christ; Exegetical Papers; and numer- 
ous articles on philological and biblical subjects. Died Rochester, N. 
Y., Jan. 2, 1910. 

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1877 ALBERT HENRY NEWMAN, D.D., LL.D. 1881 

Born, Edgefield, S. C, Aug. 25, 1852. A.B., Mer. U., 1871 ; graduated, 
R. T. S., 1875; graduate student, S. B. T. S., 1875-76; LL.D., South- 
western Baptist U., 1883; D.D., Mer. U., 1885; acting prof. Church 
History, R. T. S., 1877-80; prof. Church History, ib., 1880-81; prof. 
Church History, McM. U., 1881-1901; prof. Church History and dean, 
Southwestern Bap. Theol. Sem. 1901- (till 1908, Department of Theol., 
Baylor University, Waco, Tex.) ; professorial Lecturer, U. C. Divinity 
School, 1906. Author, Annotated translation of Immer's Hertncneutics 
of the Ni'Zi> Testament; translation of Augustine's Anti-Maniclican 
Treatises; A History of the Baptists in the United States; A History 
of Anti-Pcdobaptism ; A Manual of Church History; author in part and 
editor A Century of Baptist Achievement ; contributor to Baptist En- 
cyclopedia; American Encyclopedia; Canadian Encyclopedia; Encyclo- 
pedia Britannica; The Popular and Critical Encyclopedia; Dictionary of 
Christ and the Gospels; Dictionary of Religions and Ethics; Realen- 
cyklopddie fiir protestantische Theologie und Kirche (3rd edition) ; de- 
partment editor for Church History, and contributor New Schaff-Her- 
sog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge; contributor of article Dcr 
Protestantismus in Nord Amcrika to "Der Protestantismus am Ende des 
XIX Jahrhundert in Wort und Bild, (Berlin) ; associate editor, Ameri- 
can Journal of Theology; and The Review and Expositor. LL.D., S. 
W. Bapt. U. 1883; D.D., Mer. U., 1885. 

Address, 609 Dutton St., Waco, Texas. 

1881 *Rev. THOMAS HARWOOD PATTISON, D.D 1904 

Born, Launceston, Cornwall, England, Dec. 14, 1838. Regent's Park 
College, London, 1862; D.D., Colg. U., 1880; B. U., 1892; Wms. C, 
1893; pastor, Middleton in Teesdale, Durham, Eng., Newcastle on Tyne; 
Rochdale; First ch.. New Haven, Conn., 1875-78; Emmanuel ch., Al- 
bany, N. Y., 1878-81 ; prof. Homilctics and Pastoral Theology, R. T. S., 
1881-1904. Author (with others). Religious Republics; Service of 
Song; Present-Day Lectures; The Making of William Carey; History 
of the English Bible; The Making of the Sermon; Public Prayer; The 
History of Preaching and numerous articles in religious and secular 
periodicals. Died Rochester, N. Y., Feb. 13, 1904. 

1882 Rev. ERNEST DeWITT BURTON, D.D 1883 

Born, Granville, O., Feb. 4, 1856. A.B., D. U., 1876; graduated, R. 
T. S., 1882; student, Universtiy of Leipzig, 1887; University of Berlin, 
1894; D.D., D. U., 1898; engage in teaching, 1876-79; ord. Rochester, 
N. Y., June 22, 1883; instructor in New Testament Greek. R. T. S.. 
1882-83 ; associate prof. New Testament Interpretation, N. T. I., 1883- 
86; prof. New Testament Interpretation, N. T. I., 1886-92; prof. New 
Testament Interpretation, U. C, 1892-. One of the associate editors 
of The Biblical World, 1893-1906; editor-in-chief, 1906- one of the edit- 

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ors of The American Journal of Theology, 1897-1906; managing editor, 
1906-. Oriental Educational Commissioner, U. C, 1908-09. Author, Syn- 
tax of the Moods and Tenses in New Testament Greek; Records and 
Letters of the Apostolic Age; Handbook of the Life of Paul; (jointly 
with William Arnold Stevens), Handbook of the Life of Christ; (also 
jointly with William Arnold Stevens), A Harmony of the Gospels for 
Historical Study; Short Introduction to the Gospels; Principles of Lit- 
erary Criticism and their Application to the Synoptic Problem; Studies 
in the Gospel according to Mark; (with Shailer Mathews) Studies in 
the Life of Christ and Principles and Ideals for the Sunday School; 
(with J. M. P. Smith and G. B. Smith) Biblical Ideas of the Atone- 
ment; editor (1899-1906 with W. R. Harper) Constructive Bible Studies. 
D.D., D. U., 1897. Address, 5525 Woodlawn Ave., Chicago, 111. 

1884 Rev. JACOB SAMUEL GUBELMANN, D.D. 

Born, Berne, Switzerland, Nov. 26, 1836. A.B., U. R., 1858 ; graduated, 
R. T. S., 1860; D.D., U. R., 1887; ord. Louisville, Ky., Jan. 13, 1861; 
pastor, Louisville, 1860-62; St. Louis, Mo., 1862-68; Philadelphia, Pa., 
168-84; prof. Christian Theology and Homiletics, German Department, 
R. T. S., 1884-94; prof. Christian Theology, Ethics and Homiletics, ib., 
1894-. Author, Die Predigt am See; The Inspiration of the Sacred 
Scriptures. Address, 39 Brighton St., Rochester, N. Y. 

1889 Rev. THEODORE WELD HOPKINS 1890 

Born, Cincinnati, O., Jan. 5, 1841. A.B., Y. C, 1864; graduated, R. 
T. S., 1873 ; prof. Ecclesiastical History, Chicago Theological Seminary, 
1874-80; pastor. Central Presbyterian ch., Rochester, N. Y., 1881-87; 
acting prof. Church History, R. T. S., 1889-90; prof. Ecclesiastical His- 
tory and Church Polity, Aub. T. S., 1893-95; engaged in literary work 
and supplying pulpits, residence, Rochester, N. Y., 1895-. 

Address, 23 Rundel Park, Rochester, N. Y. 

1889 Rev. ALBERT JOHN RAMAKER 

Born, Milwaukee, Wis., Oct. 3, 1860. Graduated, R. T. S., 1886; A.B., 
U. R., 1895; ord. Cleveland, O., Aug. 23, 1886; pastor, Cleveland, 1886- 
89 ; instructor in Greek and Latin Grammar, German Literature and 
Universal History, German Department, R. T. S., 1889-90; acting prof. 
Church History, and the Greek Language, ib., 1890-99; prof, ib., 1899-. 
Author, Ein Ueberblick iiber die Geschichte der deutschen Baptisten in 
America; Die christliche Heidensmission; Eine kurze Geschichte der 
Baptisten. Address, 11 Tracy St., Rochester, N. Y. 

1890 Rev. LEWIS KAISER 

Born, Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 23, 1860. Student, German Department, 
and U. R., 1878-83; R. T. S., 1883-84; C. T. S., 1884-85; ord. Phila- 
delphia, Pa., Sep. 18, 1884; pastor, Philadelphia, 1884-88; Rochester, 
N. Y., 1888-90; acting prof. Old Testament Interpretation and Universal 



ELECTED RESIGNED OR DIED 

History, German Department, R. T. S., 1890-99; prof, ib., 1899-. 
Moderator of Triennial Conference of German Baptists 1898-1910. Au- 
thor, Das apostolischc Zcitaltcr; Die Stimmcn dcr Prophctcn. 

Address, 13 Tracy St., Rochester, N. Y. 

1891 JOHN PHILLIPS SILVERNAIL 

Born, Prattsville, N. Y., June 5, 1851. A.B., Ham. C., 1874; prof. 
Elocution, in Polytechnic Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1874-84; prof. 
Elocution and Sacred Oratory, Drew Theological Seminary, 1884-91 ; 
acting prof. Elocution and Sacred Oratory, R. T. S., 1891-. 

Address, 177 Pearl St., Rochester, N. Y. 

1891 Rev. WALTER ROBERT BETTERIDGE, D.D. 

Born. Riga, N. Y., Dec. 16, 1863. A.B., U. R., 1888; D.D., U. R., 1906; 
graduated, R. T. S., 1891 ; student, Universities of Gottingen and 
Berlin, 1895-96; ord. Rochester, N. Y., June 30, 1892; instructor in 
Hebrew, R. T. S., 1891-92; assistant prof. Hebrew Language and 
Literature, ib., 1892-1900; acting prof, ib., 1900-01; prof, ib., 1901- 

Address, 18 Sibley Place, Rochester, N. Y. 

1897 Rev. WALTER RAUSCHENBUSCH, D.D. 

Born, Rochester, N. Y., Oct. 4, 1861. Graduated, Gymnasium, Giiters- 
loh, Westphalia, Germany, 1883; A.B., U. R., 1884; D.D., U. R., 1902; 
graduated, R. T. S., 1886; ord. New York, N. Y., Oct. 21, 1886; pastor. 
Second German ch.. New York, 1886-97; acting prof. New Testament 
Interpretation and the Natural Sciences, German Department, R. T. S., 
1897-99; prof, ib., 1899-1902; prof.. Church History, R. T. S., 1902-. 
Secretarj', Baptist Congress, 1892-94; editor, Jitgend Herold, 1892-96; 
Earl Lecturer, Pacific Theological Seminary, Berkeley, Calif., 1910; 
editor, EvangeUiimsUedcr and Evangeliumss'dngcr ; author, Das Leben 
Jesu; Leben und Wirken von August Raiischenbusch; Die poUtische 
Vcrfassung unseres Landcs; Christianity and the Social Crisis. 

Address, 40 Shepherd St., Rochester, N. Y. 

1903 Rev. JOHN HENRY MASON, D.D. 

Born. W. Swanzey, N. H., May 29, 1850. Graduated. B. U., A. B. 
1872; D.D., U. R., 1903; D.D., B. U., 1904; on the stafif of "The New 
York Tribune" 1872-1874; R. T. S., 1877; ord. Sennett, N. Y., June 
6. 1877; p. Sennett 1877-Oct. 1881; Brockport. Nov. 1881-Apr. 1889; 
First church. New Haven, Conn., May, 1889-June 1896; in Europe; 
First church, Batavia, N. Y., Jan. 1898-Jan. 1904; prof. English Bible, 
R. T. S., Sept. 1904-. Address, 213 Culver Road, Rochester, N. Y. 

1903 Rev. JOSEPH WILLIAM ALEXANDER STEWART, D.D., 

LL.D. 

Born, Waterloo, Ontario, Jan. 17, 1852. A.B., U. T., 1876; graduated, 

Theol. Dept. Woodstock C, 1879; D.D., U. R., 1893; LL.D., Mc^L U., 

1907; ord. Beachville, Ontario, June, 1876; pastor, Beachville, 1876-77; 

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St. Catharines, Ont., 1877-81; Hamilton, Ont, 1881-87; Rochester, 
N. Y., 1887-1903; Examiner, U. T., 1881-84; acting prof. Homiletics, 
McM. U., 1885-86; secretary. For. Miss. Soc. of Ont. and Que., 1882- 
86; dean and prof. Christian Ethics and Pastoral Theology, R. T. S., 
1903- Author, numerous published sermons and papers. 

Address, 42 Prince St., Rochester, N. Y. 

1904 Rev. JOHN HENRY STRONG 

Born, Cleveland, O., Dec. 7, 1866. B.A., U. R.. 1889; B.A., Yale U., 
1890; graduated, R. T. S., 1893; in Berlin and Marburg, in New Testa- 
ment studies, 1903-1904; ord. Cincinnati, O., Mar. 28, 1894; p. Mt. 
Auburn church, Cincinnati, Mar. 1894-Mar. 1896; First church. New 
Britain, Conn., May 1897-Oct. 1903; graduate student, (New Testa- 
ment), U. of Berlin and of Marburg, Germany, 1903-04; associate prof. 
New Testament Interpretation, R. T. S. 1904-. 

Address, 287 Westminster Road, Rochester, N. Y. 

1905 Rev. CORNELIUS WOELFKIN, D.D. 

Born, New York City, N. Y., September 15, 1859; Biblical Inst., Stan- 
ford, N. Y., D.D., Rutgers College, 1905; D.D., U. R., 1906; ord. 
Stanford, N. Y., June 12, 1886; p. First church, Hackensack, N. J., 
Sept. 1887-92; North church, Jersey City, Apr. 1892-94; Greene Ave., 
church, Brooklyn, N. Y., May 1894-Oct. 1905; prof. Homiletics, R. T. 
S., Oct. 1905- Address, 196 Culver Road, Rochester, N. Y. 

1907 Rev. CONRAD HENRY MOEHLMANN 

Born, Meriden, Conn., May 26, 1879; U. of Mich., A.B. 1902; R. T. S. 
1905 ; B.D. 1905 ; Fellow U. C, 1908-09 ; ord. Central City, Neb., Sept. 
22, 1905; p. Central City, July 1905-Sep. 1906; instructor Church His- 
tory, R. T. S., 1907-08; instructor, Hebrew, ib., 1909-10. 

Address, 283 Laburnum Crescent, Rochester, N. Y. 

1908 Rev. HENRY CLAY MABIE, D.D 1909 

Born, June 20, 1847; University of Chicago, A.B. 1868; Chicago 
Theol. Sem., B.D., 1875; D.D., U. of Chicago, 1882; ord., Rockford, 
111., Sept. 1869; pastor, Rockford, 1869-73; Oak Park, 1873-76; Brook- 
line, Mass., 1876-79; First church, Indianapolis, Ind., 1879-84; Belvidere, 
111., 1884-85; First church, St. Paul, Minn., 1885-88; Central church, 
Minneapolis, 1885-90; corres. secy., A. B. M. U., Boston, Mass., 1890- 
1908; acting prof. Systematic Theology, R. T. S., 1908-09; lecturer on 
Theory and Practice of Missions, ib., 1909. 



LIBRARIANS 



1854 *Rev. VELONA ROUNDY HOTCHKISS, D.D 1865 

1869 *Rev. rabbi JOSEPH WALES BUCKLAND. D.D 1876 

1876 Rev. HOWARD OSGOOD, DD., LL.D 1901 

1901 Rev. WALTER ROBERT BETTERIDGE, D.D. 

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1851 

GRADUATES 

♦JOSEPH ALBERT BAILEY, b. Middletown, Conn., Aug. 17, 1823; 
Wcslcyan U. 1!^9; N. T. I. 1849-50; R. T. S. 1851; ord. Essex, Conn.. 
Oct. 22, 1851; p. Essex, 1851-55; Waterbury, Sep. 1855-73; d. Carls- 
bad, Bohemia, May 11, 1873. 

*ERASTUS HAMILTON BURR, b. Preble, N. Y., Feb. 9, 1820; 
Colg. U. 1849 ; Colg. T. S. 1849-50 ; R. T. S. 1851 ; ord. Massillon, 0., 
Jan. 7. 1852; p. Massillon, Oct. 1851-June 52; Durhamville, N. Y., 
June 1852-May 54; health failed; w. c. Homer, 1854-57; d. Homer, 
N. Y., Mar. 11, 1857. 

*PETER IRVING, b. London, Eng., July 4, 1821; Colg. U. 1849; 
Colg. T. S. 1849-50; R. T. S. 1851 ; ord. Wolcott, N. Y., Jan. 19, 1853; p. 
Wolcott, 1852-55; Montezuma, 1855-56; Elba, 1856-57; Romulus, 1857- 
59; Walworth, 1859-60; Wolcott, 1861-62; Brighton, 111., 1864-66; Irv- 
ing, 1866-69; d. Irving, 111., Oct. 5, 1869. 

*CHARLES KEYSER. b. Albany, N. Y., May 13, 1827; Colg. U. 1849; 
^olg. T. S. 1849-50; R. T. S. 1851 ; ord. Wolcott, N. Y., Jan. 19, 1853; p. 
1851; p. Wallingford, 1851-53; Mt. Morris, N. Y., 1853-54; Niagara 
Falls, 1854-57; Jefferson St., Providence, R. I., 1857-63; Binghamton, 
N. Y., 1864-68; Eleventh ch., Philadelphia, Pa., 1868-70; Central ch., 
Trenton, N. J., 1870-75 ; Wakefield, Mass., 1875-77 ; D.D., Bu. U., 1873 ; 
d. Wakefield, Mass., Sep. 21, 1877. 

*HENRY McQueen RICHARDSON, b. Vernon, N. Y., Nov. 4, 
1824; Colg. U. 1849; Colg. T. S. 1849-50; R. T. S. 1851; ord. Hamilton. 
O., Feb. 4, 1852; p. Hamilton, 1851-62; Oswego, N. Y., 1862-65; Co- 
lumbia, Mo., 1867-71; Fulton, 1871-73; Liberty, 1873-81; Maryville, 
1881-84; Lexington (p. several country and town churches in vicinity), 
1884-95; w. c. Kansas City, 1895-98; Mexico, 1898-99; Kansas City, 
1899-1901; Mexico, 1901-03. Author. Sermons and Sermon Outlines; 
200 Sermon Outlines. D.D., W. J. C. 1878; d. Mexico, Mo., Jan. 14, 
1903. 

WILLIAM WALLACE SAWYER, b. Harpersfield, O., Sep. 22, 1825; 
Colg. U. 1849; Colg. T. S. 1849-50; R. T. S. 1851; ord. Troy, O., June 

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1852 

1852; p. Troy, 1852-55; Rock Island, III., May 1855-Nov. 1859; p. 
supply, Peoria, Feb.-Nov. 1859; Pekin, Nov. 1859-Aug. 62; p. Hunting- 
ton, O., Dec. 1862-Nov. 66; Milford, Nov. 1866-Dec. 71; Columbia ch., 
Cincinnati, Dec. 1871-Sep. 74; Washington C. H., Nov. 1874-Nov. 76; 
w. c. Milford, teaching and occasional preaching, 1876-. On staff of 
Masonic Review, 1878-1905. Address, Milford, Q 

6-*5 

1852 

GRADUATES 

*THOMAS PHILPOT CAMPBELL, b. Philadelphia, Pa., Mar. 10, 
1823; Colg. U. 1850; R. T. S. 1852; ord. E. Avon, N. Y., Feb. 1, 1853 
p. E. Avon, 1852-55; St. Charles, 111., 1857-59; Mt. Carroll, 1859-64 
Waukegan, 1864-66; South Bend, Ind., 1866-70; New Albany, 1870-72 
Delevan, 111., 1872-85; Geneseo, 1885-87; Winchester, 1887-89; d. Win- 
chester, 111., Aug. 14, 1889. 

*WATSON CLARK, b. Yorkshire, N. Y., July 11, 1828; Colg. U. 
1850; R. T. S. 1852; ord. Girard, Pa., Aug. 3, 1852; supply. Green 
Bay, Wis., Keosauqua, la.. Marietta, O., 1852-54; p. Ohio C. H., O., 
1854-56; Cincinnati, 1856-58; evangelist. Saline Ass'n, Mo., 1858-61; 
p. Ohio C. H., O., 1862-65; Mt. Gilead, 1866-68; Goshen, Ind., 1870- 
72; Xenia, 111., 1872-75; Winchester, 1876; Sycamore, 1877; d. Syca- 
more, 111., June 10, 1877. 

*SAMUEL COLE, b. Beverly, Mass., Sep. 5, 1824; Cy. C. 1850; 
R. T. S. 1852; ord. Belfast, Me., July 27, 1853; p. Belfast, June 1853- 
54; d. Beverly, Mass., Nov. 11, 1854. 

*LEVI SHREVE HANCOCK, b. near Burlington, N. J., Mar. 18, 
1819; Colg. U. 1850; R. T. S. 1852; not ord.; agent, American Sunday 
School Union, 1852-56 ; health failed ; residence, Ridgetown, Ont., 1857- 
1909; postmaster, Ridgetown, Ont., 1862-1909; d. Ridgetown, Ont, Nov. 
23, 1909. 

♦AUSTIN HARMON, b. Wheatland, N. Y., Feb. 3, 1828; Colg. U. 
1850; R. T. S. 1852; ord. Wheatland, N. Y., Aug. 13, 1852; p. Wheat- 
land, 1852-56; Allegan, Mich., 1856-60; Summer Hill, N. Y., 1860-61; 
with other churches, 1861-65 ; d. South Haven, Mich., Sep. 7, 1865. 

*CHARLES HIBBARD, b. Abbott's Corner, Mass., Dec. 21, 1823 
B. U. 1850; R. T. S. 1852; ord. Providence, R. I., Sep. 14, 1852; miss 
A. B. F. M. Soc, Moulmein, Burma, 1852-66; p. Chester, Vt., 1867-75 
Vergennes, 1876-79; Middlebury, 1879-83; invalid. Providence, R. I 
1883-87. Author, History of the Vermont Baptist State Convention; 
d. Providence, R. I., Sep. 30, 1887. 

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*GEORGE JOHNSON, b. Congleton, England, Jan. 19, 1824; Colg. 
U. 1850; R. T. S. 1852; ord. North Hector, N. Y., Sep. 15, 1852; p. 
North Hector, 1852-54; Canton, 1854-56; Greece, 1856-69; Marlboro, 
N. J., 1869-71 ; Lakewood, 1876-84 ; supply, Jacksonville, Fla., Palatka ; 
Osbornville, N. J.; Demarest; residence, Lakewood, 1884-96; d. Lake- 
wood, N. J., June 18, 1896. 

♦SAMUEL TRUSDELL LIVERMORE, b. German, Chenango Co., 
N. Y., Mar. 16, 1824; Colg. U. 1850; R. T. S. 1852; ord. S. Livonia, 
N. Y., Oct. 28, 1852; p. S. Livonia, 1852-57; Cooperstown, 1857-62; 
Lowville, 1862-67; in business six years; agent, A. B. P. Soc, in Conn., 
one year ; p. Block Island, R. L, four years ; supply, Pocasset, and North 
Middleboro, Mass. ; literary work and supplying churches, Worcester ; 
d. Worcester, :\Iass., Feb. 2, 1892. 

♦JOHN RAE NISBET, b. Haddington, Scotland, Oct. 14, 1822; Colg. 
U. 1850; R. T. S. 1852; ord. Rochester, N. Y., Sep. 5, 1852; miss. 
A. B. F. M. Soc, Sandoway, Arracan, 1853-55 ; p. Paris, Ont., 1855-57 ; 
York, N. Y., 1857-59; w. c. Cincinnati, O., 1876; Washington, D. C, 
1888-1906; d. Washington, D. C, Nov. 29, 1906. 

*HENRY B. SHERMER, b. Philadelphia, Pa., July 25, 1823; Colg. 
U. 1850; R. T. S. 1852; ord. Philadelphia, Pa., Sep. 23, 1852; miss. 
A. B. F. M. Soc. to the Bassa Tribe, Africa, 1852-53; returned, 1854; 
p. Newton, N. J., 1856-60; Woodstown, two years; Schooley's Moun- 
tain, 1864-69; d. Schooley's Mountain, N. J., Mar. 22, 1869. 

DAVID S. SNODGRASS, b. near Rodney, Jeflferson Co., Miss., Dec. 
5, 1826; Oakland C. 1847; Colg. T. S. 1849-50; R. T. S. 1852; ord. St. 
Joseph, La., Apr. 1853 ; p. St. Joseph, 1853-55 ; Vicksburg, Miss., 1856- 
69; Sulphur Springs, Tex., 1871-72; Longview, 1873-74; Huntsville, 
1874-77; Willis, 1877-78; Columbus, 1879; Montgomery, 1880-81; Na- 
vasota, 1882; Millican and Courtney, 1882-85; Victoria, 1886-91; Sweet 
Home, 1891-95; Pleasanton, 1891-92; Salem, 1895-96; w. c. San An- 
tonia, 1896-1900; Yoa Rum, 1900-01; Houston, 1901-. 

Address, Houston, Tex. 

♦FREDERICK SNYDER, b. near Franklin, O., Jan. 7, 1818; Un. C. 
1840; ord. Dayton, O., Dec. 3, 1843; p. First ch., Dayton, May 1844- 
June 51; R.T.S. 1852; p. Terre Haute, Ind., 1852-53; Williamsburg, 
N. Y., 1853 ; d. Williamsburg, July 2, 1853. 

♦ORLANDO BURDETT STONE, b. Homer, N. Y., Sep. 24, 1823; 
Colg. U. 1850; R. T. S. 1852; ord. Xenia, O., Mar. 1853; p. Xenia, 
Oct.-Dec. 1852; Nevada City, Cal., 1854-58; San Jose, 1858-64; dist. 
secy., A. B. H. M. Soc. for the West, 1864-67 ; p. La Fayette, Ind., Oct. 

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1853 

1867-Dec. 70; Rockford, 111., 1871-72; Marengo, Nov. 1872-Oct. 76; 
Bloomington, Nov. 1876-80; invalid, Bloomington, 1880-89; D.D.; d. 
Bloomington, 111., Feb. 20, 1889. 

*DANIEL WHITAKER, b. Downs, N. J., Nov. 7, 1822; Colg. U. 1850; 
R. T. S. 1852; ord. Rochester, N. Y., Sep. 7, 1852; miss. A. B. F. M. Soc. 
Moulmein, Burma, 1853-56; Toungoo, 1856-57; d. Moulmein, Aug. 18, 
1857. 

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1853 

GRADUATES 

*WASHINGTON BARNHURST, b. Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 30, 1830; 
Bu. U. 1851; R. T. S. 1853; ord. Philadelphia, Pa., Sep. 8, 1853; p. 
Chestnut Hill ch., Philadelphia, 1853-54; Burlington, N. J., 1854-56; 
St. Louis, Mo., 1856-60; d. Iberia, Mo., Apr. 29, 1862. 

*JOHN HARVARD CASTLE, b. Philadelphia, Pa., Mar. 27, 1830; 
Bu. U. 1851; R. T. S. 1853; ord. Pottsville, Pa. Sep. 27, 1853; p. Potts- 
ville, Pa., 1853-56 ; Newburg, N. Y., 1856-59 ; Philadelphia, Pa., 1859-73 ; 
Toronto, Ont., 1873-81 ; pres. Toronto Bapt. Coll. 1881-89 ; removed to 
Rochester, N. Y., to make his home in 1889; supply. Fifth ch., Phila- 
delphia, Pa., Feb.-June 1890. D.D., Bu. U., 1866; d. Philadelphia, 
June 11, 1890. 

*NATHANAEL JUDSON CLARK, b. Niantic, Conn., Jan. 28, 1822; 
U. R. 1851; R. T. S. 1853; ord. Southington, Conn., Mar. 8, 1854; 
p. Southington, 1854-56; Schuykill Falls, Pa., 1856-58; South Abing- 
ton, Mass., 1860-63; First ch., Cincinnati, O., 1864-66; Penn Yan, 
N. Y., 1868-70; cor. secy., Am. Bible Union, 1870-73; health failed; 
residence, Niantic, Conn., 1882-88; d. Niantic, Feb. 18, 1888. 

*ANDREW LONGYEAR FREEMAN, b. Shandakin, N. Y., Apr. 17, 
1828; U. R. 1851; R. T. S. 1853; ord. Camillus, N. Y., Aug. 22, 1853; 
p. Camillus, 1853-Dec. 58; Ann Arbor, Mich., Jan.-Dec. 1859; supply 
in Mich, and N. Y., Jan.-Apr. 1860; p. Deposit, N. Y., May 1860-Oct. 
61; Stockton, Oct. 1861-May 64; Southington, Conn., May 1864-Sep. 
7Z; Penfield, N. Y., Sep. 1873-Dec. 79; Mumford, Apr. 1880-Feb. 85; 
secy. Conn. Ed. Soc, 1868-73 ; financial secy., Vt. Acad., Mar.-July 
1885; financial secy.. Cook Acad., July 1885-88; treas., ib., 1888-90; re- 
tired, Canandaigua, 1895-1902; d. Camillus, N. Y., Sep. 29, 1902. 

*EDWARD F. GURNEY, b. Cummington, Mass., June 20, 1827; D. 
U., 1848; teacher, ib., 1848-49; miss. 1849-51; R. T. S. 1853; ord. Jordan, 
N. Y., Jan. 5, 1854; p. Jordan, 1853-55; Woodstock, 111., 1856; re- 

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moved to Minn, on account of failing health, 1857, and settled near 
Austin; organized and became first pastor of church in Austin, 1857- 
61 ; d. Austin. Minn., June 26, 1862. 

♦WILLIAM DUNLAP HEDDEN, b. E. Orange, N. J., Nov. 6, 1828; 
U. R. 1851; R. T. S. 1853; ord. Meridian, N. Y., Oct. 13, 1853; p. 
Meridian, 1853-55; E. Orange, N. J., 1855-80; Peekskill, N. Y., 1880- 
90. D.D.; d. E. Orange, N. J., Dec. 24, 1890. 

*DAVID TILTON MORRILL, b. Danville, Vt., Oct. 24, 1826; Un. 
C. 1849; R. T. S. 1853; ord. Rahway, N. J., Mar. 5, 1854; p. Newark, 
1854-69; Fourth St. ch., St. Louis, Mo., 1869-74; Park Ave. ch., St. 
Louis, 1874-76; Upper Alton, 111., 1876-83; Virden, 1883-86; La-grange, 
Mo., 1886-92; health failed; w. c. La Grange, 111., 1892-96; Fargo, 
N. D., 1896-97; Belvidere, 111., 1897-98; Chapl. 26th Regt. N. J. 
Vols, during civil war; dist. secy., A. B. P. S. for S. W. district, 1876. 
D.O., S. C, 1892 ; d. Belvidere, 111., Oct. 9, 1898. 

*JAMES HARVEY PARMELEE, b. Wilmington, Vt., May 4, 1823; 
Cy. C. 1850; R. T. S. 1853; ord. Xenia, O., 1854; p. West Union, la., 
1855-56; Charles City, 1857-58; Kenosha, Wis., during Civil War; 
agent, of Christian Com. at Vicksburg, Miss., during latter part of 
war; p. Lacon, 111., 1866-69; Guilford, Vt., 1870-72; Bernardstown, 
^lass.. supply, neighboring churches, 1872-78; De Funiak Springs, Fla., 
1888-1905. Author, Problems in Theology; d. De Funiak Springs, 
Fla.. Nov. 5, 1905. 

*WILLIAM CAREY PHILLIPS, b. Bristol, N. Y., Feb. 21, 1822; 
Un. C. 1849; R. T. S. 1853; ord. Burnt Hills, N. Y., Oct. 30, 1847; 
p. Burnt Hills, Canandaigua, Port Byron, Throopsville, 1847-58; home 
miss. St. Cloud, Minn., preaching at Anoka, Maple Grove, Little Falls, 
Maine Prairie, Fair Haven, 1859-63; teaching. Port Byron, 1863-64; 
p. S. Butler, N. Manlius, Centerville, Port Byron, Brisbin, Etna, Virgil, 
De Ruyter, Beaver Meadow, N. Y., 1864-87; w. c. Etna, N. Y., 1887- 
92 ; d. Nunda, N. Y., Feb. 22, 1893. 

*JOHN BENJAMIN PITMAN, b. Bradford, Eng., May 22, 1825; U. 
R. 1850-51 ; R. T. S. 1853; ord. Lakeville, N. Y., 1853; p. Lakeville, May 
1853-Mar. 54; Seneca Falls. ]\Iay 1854-Feb. 56; Medina, Mar. 1856- 
July 57; Springfield, 1857-59; Hornellsville, 1859-61; Warsaw, 1861- 
63; Matteawan, 1863-64; prepared for orders in Episcopal church at 
Matteawan, 1864; d. Fishkill Landing, N. Y., Sep. 22, 1902. 

♦ROBERT TELFORD, b. Hall's Corners, N. Y., Feb. 16, 1820; U. 
R. 1851; R. T. S., 1853; ord. Benton Center, N. Y., Aug. 31, 1853; 
miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, Bangkok, Siam, 1853-63 ; Swatow, China, 1863- 
64; returned, 1864; agent, of Christian Com., 1864-65; p. Wash- 

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ington, Pa., 1865-68; Hamilton, O., 1868-69; Warren, 1869-73; Roch- 
ester, Minn., 1873-74; Eau Claire, Wis., 1874-77; E. Henrietta, N. Y., 
1878-81 ; W. Springfield, Pa., 1882-83 ; De Land, Fla., supplying neigh- 
boring churches ; miss, of S. B. C, conducting ministerial institutes for 
colored Bapt. pastors, 1883-93; w. c. George Nugent Home, German- 
town, Pa., 1893-98; d. Germantown, June 5, 1898. 

JAMES NELSON WILLIAMS, b. Sherrington, Que., Dec. 22, 1829; 
Grand Ligne Miss, school; Montreal College, 1849-50; U. R. 1850- 
51; R. T. S. 1853; ord. Grand Ligne, Que., Feb. 7, 1854; miss. Grand 
Ligne, 1854-56; p. Montreal, 1856-59; miss. Grand Ligne, 1859-64; 
editor, Montreal, 1865-66 ; miss, among the French, Stryker, O., 1866- 
68; p. South ch., Chicago, III, 1868-70; Momence, 1871-72; miss. 
A. B. H. M. S. among the French in New Eng., 1873- ; instructor 
in French Dept., N. T. L, 1889-98; Providence, R. I., 1898- ; supt. 
French miss., N. E., 1873-1909; genl. miss. 1909-. Author La Regie de 
Foi, (1895) ; Worship of Saints, (1906) ; Our Debt to the Huguenots, 
1882) ; Reminiscence of French Missionary Work. D.D., Cy. C. 

Address, 19 Arch St., Providence, R. L 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

T. G. Cummings, Philadelphia, Pa.; Bu. U.; R. T. S. 1851-52; 

*James Barlow Simmons, b. North East, N. Y., Apr. 17, 1827; B. U. 
1851; R. T. S. 1851-52; dismissed to Andover T. S.; d. New York 
City, Dec. 17, 1905. 

*George Mairs Vanderlip, b. Argyle, N. Y., June 20, 1832; student, 
U. N. Y. 1847-48; aided in founding Strong Place ch., Brooklyn; 
student, Edinburgh U., Scotland, 1848-50; became interested in Y. 
M. C. A. in London, and by correspondence with The Watchman 
of Boston, suggested the organization of the first Y. M. C. A. in 
U. S., at Boston; U. N. Y. 1851; aided in founding first Y. M. C. A. 
in New York; R. T. S. 1851-53; dismissed to U. T. S.; d. Brooklyn, 
N. Y., Aug. 1, 1903. 

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GRADUATES 

*GEORGE SHEPPARD CHACE, b. Penn Yan, N. Y., Mar. 9, 1826; 
U. R. 1852; R. T. S. 1854; ord. Warren, R. L, Mar. 13, 1856; p. 
Warren, 1854-60; Pittsburg, Pa., 1860-65; supply, New Bedford, 
Mass., 1865; p. Columbus, O., 1866-68; Detroit, Mich., 1868-71; called 
to Middletown, Conn., 1871; d. New Bedford, Mass., June 27, 1871. 

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*JEREMIAH CLINTON DRAKE, b. Salisbury, N. Y., Apr. 19, 
1824; U. R. 1852; R. T. S. 1854; ord. Churchville, N. Y., Feb. 2, 1852; 
p. Churchville, 1852-54; Panama, 1854-58; Westfield, 1858H51 ; capt. 
Co. G. 49th N. Y. Vols., 1861-62; col. 112th N. Y. Vols., 1862-64; 
commanded brigade, Suffolk, Va., 1863; commanded Drake's Brigade, 
campaign of 1864; wounded in battle of Cold Harbor, Va., June 1, 
1864; d. June 2, 1864. 

♦CHARLES COLE NORTON, b. Washington, Conn., July 16, 1827; 
U. R. 1852; R. T. S. 1854; ord. Sixth St. ch., New York, Mar. 12, 
1855; p. Sixth St. ch.. New York, 1855-63; Central Park ch.. New 
York, Oct. 1863-Nov. 91; health failed, w. c. New York, 1891-97; 
D.D., S. C, 1878; d. New York, Apr. 13, 1897. 

*HENRY ARNOLD ROSE, b. Jersey, N. Y., Dec. 31, 1825; U. R. 
1852; R. T. S. 1854; ord. Greece, N. Y., Oct. 1853; p. Greece, 1853-56; 
Hornellsville, 1856-59; Wayne, 1859-61; Clifton, 1861-65; St. Johns, 
Mich., 1865-68; Owasso, 1870-72; Ovid, 1872-74; Palo, 1875-77; w. c. 
1878-81; p. Big Rapids, Mich., 1882-85; Bloomingdale, 1885-87; evan- 
gelistic and mission work, residence, Kalamazoo, 1887-89; p. Dowagiac, 
1889-93 ; mission work. Grand Rapids, 1894-96 ; occasional supply ; p. 
Bengal and Riley ch., residence, St. Johns, 1896-1909; res. Grand 
Rapids, 1909-10; d. Grand Rapids, Jan. 5, 1910. 

*ALFRED BROWN SATTERLEE, b. Strikersville, N. Y., Oct. 26, 
1823; B. U. 1852; R. T. S. 1854; ord. Providence, R. L, Oct. 8, 1854 
miss. A. B. M. U., Burma, 1855-56; d. Akyab, Burma, July 1, 1856. 

*JAMES VAN PELT SCHOFIELD, b. Gerry, N. Y., Dec. 4, 1825 
U. R. 1852; R. T. S. 1854; ord. Louisville, Ky., Oct. 24, 1854; p. Louis- 
ville, 1854- xMay 58; Quincy, 111., May 1858-July 62; St. Louis, Mo. 
July 1862-Oct. 69; Des Moines, la., Oct. 1869-July 71; New Britain 
Conn., July 1871-Nov. 76; Fourth ch., St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 1876-Nov 
84; assistant editor, American Baptist, 1884-85; organized and became 
first pastor. Water Tower ch., St. Louis, Jan. 1886-July 87; High St. 
and First ch., Des Moines, la., July 1887-90; Independence, May 1890- 
July 92; Canton, Mo., Apr. 1893-May 98. Author, numerous sketches 
of Missouri Baptists in Cathcart's Baptist Encyclopccdia; also several 
published sermons and addresses. D.D., W. J. C, and U. C, 1881 ; d. 
St. Louis, Mo., May 18, 1898. 

JOHN BYINGTON SMITH, b. Schroon Lake, N. Y., May 1, 1830; 
U. R. 1852; R. T. S. 1854; ord. Dunkirk, N. Y., Nov. 23, 1854; p. Dun- 
kirk, 1853-55; Fayetteville, Jan. 1856-Apr. 60; Interlaken, Apr. 1860- 
Jan. 66; chap. State Prison, Sing Sing, Jan. 1866-Jan. 69; p. Geneva, 
Jan. 1869-Feb. 75; supply, Havana, with service in interest of Cook 
Acad., 1876; p. Peekskill, Aug. 1877-Oct. 81; literary and religious 

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work, Saratoga Springs, 1883-95 ; Fayetteville, N. Y., 1895- ; cor. secy., 
N. Y. State Temperance Soc, 1883-87. Author, Prison Hymnbook; 
Sayings and Doings of Children; Bible Teachings from Nature; Way- 
side Poems, 1872 ; Eventide Poems, 1908. D.D., U. C, 1873. 

Address, Fayetteville, N. Y. 

*JOHN RIPLEY SMITH, b. 1826, Phelps, N. Y.; Un. C. 1852; R. T. 
S. 1854; d. Wyoming, N. Y., Mar. 1856. 

*GEORGE POMEROY WATROUS, b. Chester, Conn., Jan. 10, 
1825; U. R. 1852; R. T. S. 1854; ord. Chester, Conn., Sept. 6, 1854; 
miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, Shwaygyeen, Burma, 1854-60; returned on ac- 
count of failing health, 1860; p. Tioga, Pa., 1861-63; miss. Tioga Asso- 
ciation, 1863-65; p. Covington, 1865-70; Mansfield, 1871-74; Canton, 
1874-80; Athens, 1880-83; stated supply, Lewisburg, one year, with mis- 
sion work in neighboring villages, 1883-85 ; colporteur A. T. Soc, Flor- 
ida, 1885-86; stated supply at Tocany, Philadelphia, Pa., 1886-87; p. 
Knoxville, 1887-90; Jackson, 1891-94; d. Jackson Summit, June 26, 
1894. 

♦JOHN WILLIAMS, b. Marietta, O., Mar. 23, 1824; D. U. 1852; 
R. T. S. 1854; ord. Peru, O., Dec 27, 1854; p. Peru, O.; Fairfield, la.; 
W. Union ; Agency City ; Ashland ; Batavia, la., w. c Akron, la., 
1880-1900; d. Akron, la., Aug. 3, 1900. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

George Allen, Rochester, N. Y.; R. T. S. 1853-54; (1900) 

♦Edward L. Bailey, b. Lawsville, Pa., Mar. 16, 1823; Un. C. 1852; R. T. 
S. 1854 ; ord. Carbondale, Pa., June 12, 1854 ; p. Carbondale, May 1853- 
Feb. 66; Harrisburg, 1866-69; Carbondale, Feb.-May 1869; Chaplain 
to Penn. State Senate, Harrisburg, for three successive sessions; d. 
Carbondale, May 9, 1869. 

John Bruce, b. Dinxperlo, Netherlands, Feb. 29, 1824; U. R. 1851-53; 
R. T. S. 1853-54 ; ord. Milwaukee, Wis., Aug. 8, 1854 ; evangelist, among 
the Dutch in Wis., 1854-57; p. Benton, 111., 1857-59; Aztalan, Wis., 
1859-62; Verona, 1862-63; Antioch, 111., 1863-65; Lowell, Ind., 1866- 
78; Crown Point (jointly with Lowell), 1870-72; Lowell, 1884-86; 
w. c Lowell, farming and occasional supply, 1866-. 

Address, Lowell, Ind. 

*Justin Dewey Fulton, b. Sherburne, N. Y., Mar. 1, 1828; U. R. 1852; 
R. T. S. 1854; ord. St. Louis, Mo., May, 1854; p. St. Louis, and editor 
Gospel Banner, 1854-55; Sandusky, O., 185^59; Albany, N. Y., 1859-64; 
Union Temple ch., Boston, Mass., 1864-73 ; Hanson Place, ch., Brooklyn, 

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N. Y., 1873-76; Centennial ch., Brooklyn, 1876-87; president, "Pauline 
Propaganda," engaged in anti-Romanist work, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1887- 
94; p. Somerville, Mass., 1894-98; anti-Romanist work, Somerville, 
1898-1901. Author, The Roman Catholic Element in American His- 
tory; Rome in America; Why Priests Should IVed; How to Win Ro- 
manists, et al. D.D., U. R., 1870; d. Somerville, Mass., Apr. 16, 1901. 

*Touissant Riendeau, b. Longueuil, Que., Nov. 1, 1820; Grand Ligne 
Mission school, 1840-43; R. T. S. 1853-54; ord. Grand Ligne, Que., 
Feb. 14, 1855; p. St. Pie, 1855-59; p. and financial agent, Grand Ligne 
Mission, St. Marie de Monnoir, 1859-82; p. St. Johns, Que., 1882-92; 
d. St. Johns, Aug. 28, 1892. 

♦Sylvanus Aden Taft, b. Mendon, N. Y., Jan. 6, 1825; U. Mich., 1848- 
51 ; ord. Stony Creek, Mich., June, 1847; p. Mt. Vernon, Ypsilanti, Mich., 
1847-51; U. R. 1852; R. T. S. 1854; p. Webster, N. Y., 1851-54; Ypsi- 
lanti, Mich., 1854-55; Mt. Vernon, 1855-57; Oxford, Fenton, Holly, 
1857-66; Quincy, 111., 1866-70; Palmyra, Mo., 1870-74; Macon, 1874-75; 
Santa Rosa, Cal., 1876-77; president, California C, 1877-79; p. Ukiah, 
1879-84; w. c. Ukiah, 1884-86; Merced, 1886-88; Bay Point, 1888-90; 
Alameda, 1890-1902. D.D., La Gr. C, 1876, d. Alameda, Calif., Apr. 27, 
1902. 

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GRADUATE STUDENT 

*DAVID FREEMAN, b. Brookfield, N. S., Nov. 1819; Ac. C. 1850; 
N. T. I. 1854; resident graduate, R. T. S. 1854-55; ord. Halifax, N. 
S., Aug. 1, 1855; p. First ch., Halifax, 1855-58; agent, Acadia C, 1858- 
61; p. Fifth and Sixth churches, CornwalHs, 1861-74; New Glasgow, 
1875-78; home miss.. Kings Co., 1879-90; d. Citra, Fla., Mar. 18, 1891. 

GRADUATES 

ROBERT JOHN ADAMS, b. North Granville, N. Y., Sep. 1, 1829; 
Wms. C. 1853; R. T. S. 1855; ord. Wallingford, Conn., Oct., 1855; p. 
Wallingford, July 1855-Dec. 69; Second ch., Holyoke, Mass., Dec. 
1869-Apr. 86; Stoughton St. ch., Boston, Apr. 1886-June 93; finan- 
cial secy., N. T. I., June 1893-June 94; general secy., Worcester Acad., 
June. 1894-1901 ; treas.. Northern Bapt. Education Society, 1896- secy., 
Gardner Colby Ministerial Relief Society, Dec. 1886-. secy., Mass. 
Bapt. Charitable Soc, 1892-. Author, various published sermons and 
pamphlets. D.D., B. U., 1875. 

Address, 42 Trowbridge St., Cambridge, Mass. 
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*WILLIAM WOODWORTH ALLEN, b. Canaan, N. Y., Feb. 6, 

1829; Wms. C. 1849; teacher, New Lebanon, N. Y. ; principal of Acad- 
emy, Rensselaerville, N. Y., 1849-53; R. T. S. 1855; ord. Sand Lake. 
N. Y., Jan. 8, 1856; p. Sand Lake and Schroon, Oct., 1855-May 58; 
Keokuk, la., 1858-60; supply, Presb. and Cong, churches, Keokuk, I860- 
61 ; p. Cong, ch., Iowa City, 1861-63 ; Council Bluffs, 1863-65 ; d. Utica, 
N. Y., Nov. 27, 1866. 

PHILLIPP WILLIAM BICKEL, b. Weinheim, Baden, Sep. 7, 1829; 
Theol. Gymnasium, Weinheim, six years ; R. T. S. 1855 ; city miss, 
among Germans, Cincinnati, O., 1855-57; ord. Cincinnati, Sep. 1857; p. 
German church, Cincinnati, 1857-69; secy., Ger. Bapt. Pub. Soc. and 
editor, "Sendbote," Cleveland, O., 1869-78; supt. Publishing House, 
Ger. Bapt. Union, editor, Wahrheitszeuge, and director. National Bible 
Society of Scotland, Hamburg, Germany, 1878-99; ib., Cassel, 1899-. 
Author, Singvogelein; translated Pendleton's Handbook, and some 
tracts. D.D., D. U., 1875. Address, Cassel, Germany. 

*HENRY HUDSON BURRINGTON, b. White Creek, N. Y., May 
8, 1826; B. U. 1853; R. T. S. 1855; ord. Burlington, Vt., Dec. 27, 1855; 
p. Burlington, 1855-57; Waverly, la., 1858-65; Janesville, 1865-66; sup- 
ply, Plainsfield, 1866-67 ; superintendent, public schools, Bremer Co., 
Iowa, 1872-78; w. c. Waverly, 1878-93; d. Waverly, May 11, 1893. 

*WARREN BENJAMIN CLAPP, b. New York, N. Y., Sep. 1827; 

B. U. 1848; farmer, Wappinger's Falls, N. Y., 1848-52; R. T. S. 1855; 
supply, Dover, N. H., 1855-56; ord. Dover, spring 1856; p. Dover, 1856- 
62; stated supply, Milford, 1863-65; d. Wappinger's Falls, N. Y., Sep. 
27, 1865. 

GEORGE WHITFIELD CLARK, b. South Orange, N. J., Feb. 15, 
1831; Am. C. 1853; R. T. S. 1855; ord. New Market, N. J., Oct. 3, 
1855; p. New Market, Sep. 1855-June 59; Elizabeth, June 1859-Mar. 
68; Ballston, N. Y., Mar. 1868-Sep. 7Z; Somerville, N. J., Sep. 1873- 
May 77 ; gave up pastoral work on account of sickness ; residence, 
Somerville, 1877-81; Hightstown, 1881- ; miss. A. B. P. Soc, 1880-. 
Author, Harmony of Gospels; Harmonic Arrangement of Acts; The 
Mighty Worker; Glory Revealed; Clark's Peoples Commentary on 
The N. T. D.D., U. R., 1872. Address, Hightstown, N. J. 

♦WILLIAM PETERS EVERETT, b. Frederickton, N. B., May 20, 
1826; Cy. C. 1849; U. R. 1853; R. T. S. 1855; ord. East Abington, 
Mass., Apr. 1856; p. East Abington, 1855-57; Brooklyn, N. Y., 1857- 
60; Albany, 1860-65; Chelsea, Mass., 1865-68; Elgin, 111., 1869-72; 
St. John, N. B., 1872-81; secy., Foreign Miss. Board of Bapt. Conv. 
of Maritime Provinces, Canada, 1874-82; p. Quincy, 111., 1882-86; Upper 
Alton, 1886-89 ; w. c. Elgin, 1889-93 ; d. Elgin, Mar. 12, 1893. 

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♦DILLIS DYER HAMILTON, Presb. b. Sharon, Vt., Jan. 14, 1824; 
U. R. 1853; R. T. S. 1855; Aub. T. S. 1856; ord. Cambria Center, N. 
Y., Oct. 13, 1858; p. Akron, 1857-59; Cambria, 1859-63; Clarence, 1863- 
66; Somerset, 1866-67; Pompeii, Alich., also preaching at Ithaca and 
neighboring places, 1867-76; d. Pompeii, Mich., July 22, 1876. 

*JOHN BUTTRICK JONES, b. Valley Town, N. C, Dec. 24, 1824; 
U. R. 1852; R. T. S. 1855; ord. Rochester, July 14, 1855; miss, to 
Cherokee Nation, Ind. Ter., Oct. 1855-Oct. 60; w. c. Upper Alton, 111., 
Oct. 1860-Mar. 61 ; p. South Rutland and Harrisburg, N. Y., May 1861- 
Apr. 62; chaplain, 2d Indian Regt., Apr. 1862-65; miss. A. B. H. M. 
Soc. to Cherokee, Ft. Gibson, Cherokee Nation, Ind. Ten, 1866-68; 
Tahlequah, Oct. 1868-June 75 ; health failed ; removed to Denver, 
Col., 1875; d. Denver, June 17, 1876. 

*JOHN BODKIN LINK, b. Rockbridge, Va., May 7, 1825; G. C. 1853; 
ord. Mt. Pleasant, Jessamine Co., Ky., Nov. 20, 1852; R. T. S. 1855; 
p. Paris, Ky., 1855-57; Liberty, Mo., 1857-59; agent, W. J. C. 1859-60; 
chaplain in Confederate Army, 1861-64; agent, Domestic Miss. Board, 
1864-65; founder and editor, Texas Baptist Herald, Houston, Tex., 
1865-86; assistant editor, Texas Baptist, Austin, 1886-94; editor and 
publisher, Texas Biographical and Historical Magazine; secretary, 
Board of Trustees, Baylor University. LL.D. ; d. Austin, June 10, 
1894. 

♦AUGUSTUS HENRY LUNG, b. Rush, Pa., Nov. 1, 1826; Bu. U., 
1853; R. T. S. 1855; ord. Canandaigua, N. Y., July 14, 1857; p. Canan- 
daigua, 1857-62; chaplain 33d Regt. N. Y. vols., 1862-63; p. Canan- 
daigua, 1863-64; First ch., Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa., 1864-68; 
Third ch., Germantown, 1868-72; Camden, N. J., 1872-82; secy., 
A. B. P. Soc. for N. Y., residence, Rochester, N. Y., 1882-86; d. Roches- 
ter, Feb. 2, 1886. 

♦BENJAMIN DEFORREST MARSHALL, b. North Egremont, 
Mass., Oct. 14, 1826; U. R. 1853; R. T. S. 1855; ord. Lockport, N. Y., 
Oct. 11, 1855; p. Lockport, 1855-59; Buffalo, 1859-73; First ch., Wor- 
cester, Mass., Apr. 1873-Apr. 87; stated supply and acting pastor, 
Leominster, Dec. 1888-Jan. 97; residence, Worcester, 1887-1906. D.D., 
U. R., 1871 ; d. Worcester, Alass., July 5, 1906. 

*EBENEZER NISBET, b. Edinburgh, Scotland, June 20, 1826; U. R. 
1853; R. T. S. 1855; graduate student, R. T. S. 1855-56; ord. E. Avon, 
N. Y., Sep. 25, 1856; p. E. Avon, 1856-59; Brockport, 1859-^1; Fond 
du Lac, Wis., 1862-71; Rochester, N. Y., 1871-75; Rock Island, 111., 
1876-78; Leavenworth, Kan., 1878-82; Salem, Ore., 1882-84; Santa 

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Barbara, Cal., 1884-86; Denver, Col.. 1886-87; health failed; librarian, 
public library, Westchester, N. Y., 1889-93. Author, The Resurrection 
of the Body. D.D., U. C, 1868 ; d. Westchester, July 20, 1893. 

*JAMES MADISON SCARFF, b. Rockingham Co., Va., Feb. 26, 
1829; D. U. 1852; R. T. S. 1855; ord. St. Marys, O., 1856; p. St. Marys, 
1856-57; New Haven, 1858-63; New London, 1863-66; principal, Mid- 
dlebury Academy, N. Y., 1866-67; p. Bethany, 1868-70; w. c. Bethany, 
1870-76; p. Bethany, 1876-1905; d. Bethany, N. Y., Dec. 22, 1908. 

*MALACHI TAYLOR, b. near Philadelphia, Pa., 1828; Bu. U. 1853; 
R. T. S. 1855; ord. Tenth ch., Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 1855; p. Wash- 
ington, Pa., 1855-57; Whitehall, N. Y., 1857-59; Philadelphia, Pa., 1859- 
61 ; cor. secy., Penn. State Conv., 1861-65 ; p. Bristol, 1863-65 ; Detroit, 
Mich., 1866 ; united with "The Brethren" 1866 ; engaged in literary 
work and in giving Scripture readings ; residence, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
1866-97. Editor, Sound Words, and Pure Streams, 1873-80. Author, 
Musings in the Wilderness (poems) ; notes on Ephesians, Revelation, 
the Acts, John, Romans, PJiilippians, Colossians, First Epistle of John, 
and many tracts ; d. Brooklyn, Nov. 27, 1897. 

DANIEL WEBSTER WILCOX, b. Colerain, Mass., Dec. 2, 1829; 

Cy. C. 1852; R. T. S. 1855; ord. Green Bay, Wis., July 2, 1856; p. Green 
Bay, 1856-57; Sheboygan Falls, 1857-59; occasional supply, residence, 
Shelburne Falls, Mass., 1859- ; librarian, Arms Public Library, ib. 

Address, Springfield, Mass. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

*Ezra Job Fish, b. Macedon, N. Y., Sep. 29, 1828; U. R. 1853; R. T. 
S. 1853-54; ord. Lima, Ind., 1856; p. Lima, 1855-58; Sturgis, Mich., 
1858-63; Adrian, 1863-73; supply, Bronson and Colton, 1874-76; p. 
Lansing, 1877-78; supply, Bronson, 1878-80; p. Allegan, 1880-82; resi- 
dence, Bronson, pursuing biblical studies, and serving as occasional 
supply, 1882-90. Author, Ecclesiology. D.D., Kal. C, 1874; d. Bron- 
son, Jan. 22, 1890. 

♦William Luke, b. Esopus, Dutchess Co., N. Y., Nov. 27, 1821; U. R. 
1851-54; R. T. S. 1854-55; ord. Hornellsville, N. Y., Dec. 20, 1854; p. 
Forestville, 1854-56; Central Park ch., New York, 1856-60; Scotch 
Plains, N. J., 1860-66; Greenport, I. I., 1866-68; d. Wappinger's Falls, 
N. Y., May 16, 1869. 

*James Johnson Mclntyre, b. Franklin, N. Y., Sep. 22, 1827; U. R. 
1853; R. T. S. 1853-54; ord. Pembroke, N. Y., 1854; p. Pembroke, 1854- 
56; Berlin, Wis., 1856-60; Watertown, 1860-62; Waterloo, 1862-64; 

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chaplain, 49th Reg. Wis. Vols., 1864-65 ; p. and teaching, Marshall, 1865- 
68; p. and teaching, Walworth, 1868-69; teaching. Harvard, III., 1869- 
70; miss. Dakota, 1870-74; p. and teaching, Finlay, 1874-76; miss. 
1876-78; p. and teaching, Floyd, la., 1879; teaching, Jamesville, 1880- 
81; p. Shell Rock, 1882-83; supply, and teaching. Hurley, S. D., 1885; 
p. W. Lincoln. 1885-91; Spencer. S. D., 1891-98; miss, work, 1898-1902; 
d. E. Sioux Falls, S. D., Dec. 20, 1902. 

*Myron R. Slater, b. Potsdam, N. Y., Mar. 6, 1827; R. T. S. 1853-54; 
d. during senior year in the Seminary, New Rochelle, N. Y., Oct. 29, 
1854. 

Jesse Burgess Thomas, h. Edwardsvillc, 111., July 29, 1832; Kenyon 
C 1850; R. T. S. 1853-54; ord. Waukegan, 111., 1862; p. Waukegan, 
1862-64; Brooklyn, N. Y., 1864-68; San Francisco, Cal., 1868-69; Chica- 
go, 111., 1869-74; First ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1874-88; prof. Church His- 
tory, N. T. I., 1888-1909; prof, emeritus, ib., 1909-. Author, Mould 
of Doctrine. D.D., U. C, 1869; LL.D., D. U., 1898. 

Address, Newton Centre, Mass. 
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GRADUATES 

GALUSHA ANDERSON, b. Clarendon, N. Y., Mar. 7, 1832; U. R. 
1854; R. T. S. 1856; ord. Janesville, Wis., Oct. 1856; p. Janesville, Oct. 
1856-Oct. 58; St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 1858-July 66; prof. Homiletics, 
Church Polity and Pastoral Duties, N. T. I., Sep. 1866-Sep. 72); p. 
Brooklyn, N. Y., Sep. 1873-Sep. 76; Second ch., Chicago, III., 1876- 
78; pres., U. C, Sep. 1878-Sep. 85; p. Salem, Mass., 1885-86; pres., 
D. U., June 1887-June 90; prof. Homiletics, Church Polity and Pas- 
toral Duties, B. U. T. S., June 1890-Oct. 92; prof. Homiletics, Church 
Polity and Pastoral Duties, U. C, Oct. 1892-1904; retired, Newton 
Centre, Mass. 1904-. Author, Ancient Sermons for Modern Times 
(translation of sermons of Astesius) 1904; The Story of a Border 
City during the Civil War, 1908; S. T. D., U. R., 1866; LL.D., U. R. 
1885; Colg. U., 1885. Address, Newton Centre, Mass. 

*GEORGE MILTON CONDRON, b 1828; U. R. 1854; R. T. S. 1856; 
ord. Wilson. N. Y.. Nov. 12. 1856; p. Wilson, 1856-58; Wilmington, 
Del.. 1868; d. Wilmington, 1868. 

♦CHARLES MARTIN DIETZ, b. Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 7, 1830; 
Bu. U. 1854; R. T. S. 1856; ord. Upper Freehold ch., Imlaystown, N. 
J., Mar. 25, 1858; p. Upper Freehold ch., Imlaystown, 1858-66; finan- 

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cial agent, South Jersey Institute, 1866-67 ; p. Second ch., Camden, 
1867-69; Coatesville, Pa., Jan. 1869-Mar. 76; Holmesburg, Pa., Apr. 
1876-80; Ridley Park, Mar. 1880-Dec. 84; First ch., Reading, Jan. 
1885-Apr. 89; Florence, N. J., May 1889-May 95; supplying various 
churches, residence, Windsor, May 1893-Feb. 95 ; p. Frenchtown, Feb. 
1895-1900; retired, invalid, res. Palmyra, N. J.; d. Palmyra, N. J., 
Jan. 7, 1905. 

♦ARCHIBALD LA MONT FARR, b. Albion, N. Y., Oct. 31, 1826; 
U. R. 1854; R. T. S. 1856; ord. Albion, N. Y., Oct. 22, 1856; p. Cham- 
paign, 111., 1856-59; York, N. Y., 1859-60; Barnstable, Mass., 1860-62; 
Olean, N. Y., 1862-64; Castile, 1864-66; Iowa Falls, la., 1866-70; Cham- 
paign, 111., 1870-74; Sandwich, 1874-80; De Land, Fla., 1882-85; Or- 
lando, 1885-86; d. Orlando, Nov. 28, 



*LUCIAN L. GAGE, b. New Woodstock, N. Y., Feb. 28, 1830; U. R. 
1854; R. T. S. 1856; ord. Frewsburg, N. Y., Oct. 9, 1856; p. Frewsburg, 
1856-57; De Ruyter, 1857-62; Parma, 1862-64; Alabama, 1864-67; So- 
monauk. 111., 1867-70; Tama City, la., 1870-71; Ripon, Wis., 1871-73; 
Allegan, Mich., 1876-77; Galesbury, 1878; Concord, 1879; Dexter 1879- 
81; Jonesville, 1882; stated supply, De Ruyter, N. Y., 1882-96; w. c. 
New Woodstock, 1896-1900; d. Rochester, N. Y., Sep. 24, 1900. 

*EDGAR JOHNSON GOODSPEED, b. Johnsburgh, N. Y., May 31, 

1833; Un. C. ; U. R. 1853; R. T. S. 1856; ord. Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 
Sep. 1856 ; p. Poughkeepsie, 1856-58 ; Janesville, Wis., 1858-65 ; Chicago, 
111., 1865-76; Syracuse, N. Y., 1877-79; pres. Benedict Institute, Colum- 
bia, S. C, 1879-81. Author, The Wonderful Career of Moody and 
Sankey; The Life of Jesus, for Young People; The Lives of the 
Apostles, for the Young; The Great Fires in Chicago and the West; A 
History of the Centennial. D. D., U. R., 1863; d. Columbia, June 12, 
1881. 

♦LORENZO DOW GOWEN, b. Shapleigh, Me., Jan. 2, 1824; Cn. 
U. 1854; R. T. S. 1856; ord. Norwalk, Conn., Oct. 1856; p. Nor- 
walk, 1856-61; Tremont Temple, Boston, Mass., 1862-63; Galva, 111., 
1865-71; w. c. Galva, 1871-82; p. Galva, 1882-83; w. c. Galva, Tus- 
tin and Santa Ana, Cal., 1883-1909 ; d. Santa Ana, Cal., Mar. 1, 1909. 

*JOHN C. HYDE, b. Brunswick, Vt., Mar. 2, 1821; Cy. C. 1848; ord. 
Point Pleasant, Pa., Apr. 12, 1851; p. Point Pleasant, 1851-54; R. T. S. 
1856; p. in Minnesota, 1856-59; in New Jersey, 1859-64; financial 
secy., Peddie Institute, 1864-68; p. Philadelphia, Pa., 1868-70; Bristol, 
1870-74; invalid, Bristol, 1874-84; d. Bristol, May 6, 1884. 

*EDWARD JACKSON McKENDRIE, b. Morrisville, N. Y., 1831; 
U. R. 1854; R. T. S. 1856; d. June 1, 1892. 

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JONATHAN DAYTON MERRELL, b. Flemington, N. J., Aug. 10, 
1S30; U. R. 1S54; R. T. S. ISSb; ord. Manasquan, N. J, Jan. 1858; p. 
Manasquan, 1856-Apr. 64 ; Milburn, 1864-Jan. 69 ; East New York, 
N. Y., Jan. 1869-July 70; Hartford, July 1870-78; Massena, 1878- 
Jan. 83; Macedon and West Walworth, Oct. 1883-Apr. 85; Mor- 
risville, 1885-Feb. 88; Greece, Feb. 1888-Apr. 92; Wilson, Apr. 1892- 
Oct. 93; Marion, Oct. 1893-Dec. 97; Linden, Nov. 1898-Nov. 1904; 
asst. p. Second ch., Rochester, Feb. 1905- Apr. 06 ; p. Sandusky, Sept. 
1906-. Address, Sandusky, N. Y. 

*JAMES HARVEY PHELPS, Presb., b. Prattsburg, N. Y., June 14, 
1824; U. R. 1854; R. T. S. 1856; graduate student, R. T. S. 1856; ord. 
by Rochester Presb., Parma, N. Y., June, 1857; p. Parma, 1856-61; 
Chili, 1861-64; Flushing, Mich., 1864-70; Corunna, 1870-76; Rose, N. 
Y., 1876-78; Brooklyn, Mich., 1878-80; Flushing, 1880-84; Reading, 
1884-86; Grayling, 1886-89; Calumet, 1889-92; retired list of General 
Assembly, 1893-1904; d. Pasadena, Calif., Mar. 1, 1904. 

RUFUS I. SANDERS, b. Providence, R. L, 1835; U. R. 1851-53; R. 
T. S. 1856; not ord.; in business. Auburn, N. Y., for many years; resi- 
dence, La Porte, Texas (1900). 

*EDWARD GLENN TAYLOR, b. Fox Chase, Pa., Nov. 25, 1830; Bu. 
U. 1854; R. T. S. 1856; ord. Terre Haute, Ind., June 1857; p. Terre 
Haute, 1857- 60; Cincinnati, O., 1860-65; Chicago, 111., 1863-70; New 
Orleans, La., 1870-75; First ch.. Providence, R. L, 1875-81; Harlem, 
N. Y., 1881-82; First ch., Newark, N. J., 1883-86; Delaware Ave., Buf- 
falo, N. Y., 1886-87. D.D., Bu. U., 1870; d. Buffalo, Apr. 6, 1887. 

*GEORGE WEBSTER, b. Sandy Hill, N. Y., 1824; ord. Catskill, N. 
Y., 1846; p. Catskill. 1846-47; Pittsford, 1852; W. Henrietta, 1854; U. 
R. 1854; R. T. S. 1856; p. Catskill, N. Y., 1856-59; Orange, N. J., 1859- 
62; Catskill, N. Y., 1862-66; Sandy Hill, 1866-67; in business, New 
York, 1867-76; d. New York, Feb. 24, 1877. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Allen Richardson Benton, b. Ira, N. Y., Oct. 1822; Bethany C, W. 
Va., 1847 ; R. T. S. 1854-55 ; not ord. ; prof, of Latin and Greek, Butler 
C, 1855-61; pres. ib., 1861-68; pres. Alliance C, 1869-71; chancellor, 
U. Neb., 1871-76; prof. Philosophy, Butler C, 1876-97; pres. ib., 1886- 
91; prof. Church History, ib., 1897; prof. Historical Theology, ib., 1897- 
1900; retired Irvington, 190008; Lincoln, Neb., 1908-. LL.D., Butler 
C, 1871. Address, 1743 A St., Lincoln, Neb. 

*Spencer Fuller Holt, b. Webster, N. Y., May 3, 1824; ord. Warren- 
ville, 111., Aug. 20, 1850; p. Warrenville, 1850-53; Barry, 1853-54; R. 

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T. S. 1854-55; p. Webster, N. Y., 1854-58; Grand Rapids, Mich., 1858- 
60; Aurora, 111., 1860-63; Rockford, 1863-69; Decatur, 1869-71; Bar- 
ry, 1871-73; president, Howe Institute, East St. Louis, 111., 1873-84; 
p. Sparta, Wis., two years ; Baraboo, 1889-91 ; with home in Upper 
Alton, 111., 1884-97; d. Upper Alton, June 19, 1897. 

Wesley P. Wright, Chicago, 111.; Colg. U., 1851-52; R. T. S. 1854-55; 
(1900) 17-*12 

1857 
GRADUATES 

*CHARLES DEWITT BRIDGMAN, b. Saugerties, N. Y., Jan. 1, 
1835; U. R. 1855; R. T. S. 1857; ord. Hoboken, N. J., Sep. 28, 1857; p. 
Morristown, 1857-60; Jamaica Plain, Mass., 1860-62; Albany, N. Y., 
1862-77; Madison Ave., New York, 1878-91; Epis. rector, New York, 
1891-99. D.D., Un. €., 1868; d. New York, Feb. 21, 1899. 

DARWIN HILL COOLEY, b. Clarendon, N. Y., Feb. 5, 1830; U. R. 
1855 ; R. T. S. 1857 ; ord. Clyde, N. Y., July 16, 1857 ; p. Clyde, 1857-58 ; 
Stevens Point, Wis., 1858-61; Appleton, 1861-67; Cedar Rapids, la., 
1867-70; Canton, 111., 1870-78; Freeport, 1878-81; financial secy., U. C, 
1881-84; p. First ch., Council Bluffs, la., 1884-90; evangelist and supply, 
1890-. D.D., B. U. T. S., 1878. Address, Morgan Park, 111. 

PHILIP SAFFERY EVANS, b. Bristol, Eng., Sept. 21, 1828; U. R. 
1855; R. T. S. 1857; ord. Boston. Mass., Oct. 1, 1857; p. Thirteenth ch., 
Boston, 1857-58; Stamford, Conn., 1858-64; chapl. 13th Heavy Artillery, 
N. Y. Vols.. 1864-65; p. Willimantic, Conn., 1869-73; Shelburne Falls, 
Mass., 1873-79; Amesbury, 1879-85; Grand Ave. ch.. New Haven, 
Conn., 1885-89; secy., Conn. Bapt. State Conv., 1886-1902; p. Tor- 
rington, 1895-1903; retired 1903-. 

Address, 571 Ninth St, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

*NORMAN FOX, b. Glens Falls, N. Y., Feb. 13 1836; U. R. 1855; 
R. T. S. 1857; ord. Whitehall, N. Y., Jan. 12, 1859; p. Whitehall, 
1859-62; chapl. 77th Regt. N. Y. Vols., 1862-64; editor. Central Bap- 
tist, St. Louis, Mo., 1868-69 ; prof. School of Theology, W. J. C, 1869- 
73; literary and general religious work. New York, N. Y., 1874-84; 
Morristown, N. J., 1888-1907 ; mayor, Morristown, N. J., 1900. Author, 
A Layman's Ministry — the Life of the Hon. Nathan Bishop, LL.D.; 
Preacher and Teacher — the Life of Thomas Rambaut, LL. D.; Christ 
in the Daily Meal; numerous pamphlets and review articles. D.D., U. 
R., 1887; d. New York, N. Y., June 23, 1907. 

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*WILLIAM GROOM, b. Broadalbin, N. Y., 1829; Un. C. 1852; R. 
T. S. 1857; oni. Hallston. N. Y., Dec. 28, 1858; p. Ballston, 1857- 
61 ; Amsterdam, 1861-63 ; d. Amsterdam, Dec. 4, 1863. 

*GEORGE WASHINGTON NORTHRUP, b. Antwerp, N. Y., Oct. 

15, 1825; Wms. C. 1854; R. T. S. 1857; ord. Rochester, N. Y., June 
25, 1859; prof. Eccl. Hist., R. T. S., 1857-67; acting prof. Mental and 
Moral Philosophy, U. C, 1867-69; pres. and prof. Systematic Theology, 
B. U. T. S., 1867-92; prof. Systematic Theology, U. C, 1892-1900. 
Author (with Dr. Robert Watts), The Sovereignty of God; and several 
published papers and addresses. D.D., U. R., 1866; LL.D., Kal. C, 
1879; d. Chicago, III., Dec. 30, 1900. 

*ABNER KINGMAN NOTT, b. Nashua, N. H., Mar. 22, 1834; U. R. 

1855; R. T. S. 1857; ord. New York, N. Y., Sept. 3, 1857; p. First ch.. 
New York, 1857-59; drowned, July 7, 1859. 

WILLIAM COLLINS PRATT, b. Derby, Conn., May 7, 1829; U. R. 
1855; R. T. S. 1857; ord. Delevan, 111., Dec. 23, 1857; p. Delevan, Aug. 
1857-62; Tonica, 1862-67; Lostant, 1867-69; Denmark, la., Aug. 1869- 
Oct. 70; teacher and supply, Denmark, Oct. 1870-Mar. 1872; p. Bona- 
parte, Mar. 1872-Nov. 78; Monroe, Nov. 1878-Nov. 79; prof. Central 
Univ. of la., 1879-80; p. Mechanicsville, Oct. 1880-Oct. 82; supply, 
Waverly, three months ; p. New Hartford, Sep. 1882-June 85 ; Sheldon, 
June 1885-Dec. 88; general miss, work, 1888-1900; principally with 
churches at Hawarden, Judson, Matlock, la., and Worthington, Minn. ; 
retired, Modesto, Calif., 1903-. Address, Modesto, Calif. 

♦SIDNEY EDWARDS RICHARDSON, b. Sturbridge, Mass., Jan. 
8, 1832; U. R. 1853; teaching Cherokee Seminary, Tahlequah, Indian 
Ter., 1853-55; R. T. S. 1857; ord. West Springfield, Pa., Dec. 30, 1857; 
p. West Springfield, Nov. 1857-Dec. 1859; in army, 1861-62; killed in 
battle of Fort Donelson, Feb. 16, 1862. 

*NELSON SLATER SMITH, b. Rodman, N. Y., July 11, 1827; U. 
R. 1855; R. T. S. 1857; prof. Arkansas College, 1857-59; supply, Fay- 
etteville and Boone's Grove, Arkansas, 1858-59 ; ord. Smithville, N. Y., 
Sep. 23, 1860; p. Smithville, Sep. 186(>-May 61; South Rutland, Apr. 
1862-66; principal, Academy, Watertown, 1862-64; p. Harrisburg, 1866- 
67; farming and teaching, Rodman, 1867-72; p. Barnes Corners. Apr.- 
Oct. 72; farming and teaching, 1872-74; p. South Rutland, 1874-75; 
farming and teaching, Rodman, 1876-1908; d. Rodman (Copenhagen), 
N. Y., Nov. 19, 1908. 

*JAMES CROSBY STEVENS, b. Salem, N. Y., 1827; R. T. S. 1857; 
ord. Clifton, N. Y., Sep. 1851; p. Clifton, Sep. 1857-Nov. 59; Still- 

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water, 1860-64; Kanesville, 111., Nov. 1865-66; health failed; w. c. 
Aurora, 1866-68; d. Aurora, 1868. 

*ARTHUR GREEN THOMAS, b. New Columbia, Pa., Feb. 23, 1827; 
Bu. U. 1855; R. T. S. 1857; ord. Freeport, 111., Mar. 17, 1858; p. Free- 
port, 1858-60; Baltimore, Md., 1860-62; chaplain, U. S. Vols., 1862-65; 
p. Mt. Holly, N. J., 1865-68; Camden, 1868-70; Jacobstown, 1870-76; 
Chester, Pa., 1877-83 ; Minneapolis, Minn., 1884-85 ; d. Mt. Holly, N. J., 
Nov. 6, 1886. 

♦ALBEMARLE DWIGHT WILLIAMS, b. Manchester, Vt, Jan. 12, 
1826; U. R. 1855; R. T. S. 1857; ord. Smyrna, Mich., Nov. 4, 1858; 
p. Smyrna, 1857-59; Almont, 1860-66; Clinton, Medford, Morristown, 
and Waterville, Minn., 1866-69; Brooklyn Center and Maple Grove, 
1870-72 ; Brainerd, 1872-73 ; practicing medicine, Brooklyn Center, 1874- 
88; in business, ib., 1889-99; Minneapolis, 1899-1908; d. Minneapolis, 
1908. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS. 

*James Chrystal, b. New York, N. Y., May 20, 1832; Colg. U. 1855; 
R. T. S. three months in 1855 ; dismissed to Gen. Theol. Sem. ; d. Jer- 
sey City, N. J., Nov. 11, 1908. 

*Henry Fowler, Presb., b. Stockbridge, Mass., Oct. 17, 1824; Wms. C. 
1847 ; author and editor, 1847-56 ; prof. Political Economy, U. R., 1855- 
58; R. T. S. 1856-57; ord. and inst. Second Presb. ch., Auburn, N. Y., 
Sep. 17, 1858; p. Second ch., Auburn, 1858-61; Central ch.. Auburn, 
1862-71 ; d. Vineyard Haven, Mass., Aug. 4, 1872. 

*John Pawling, b. New York, N. Y., Apr. 28, 1823; Ham. C. 1843; 
admitted to bar of Supreme Court, New York, 1847; engaged in teach- 
ing and in the practice of law, 1847-57; R. T. S. for a short time dur- 
ing 1857; preached occasionally in the Cong, church, Rodman, N. Y. ; 
united with Bapt. ch. and served as occasional supply ; residence, Rod- 
man, 1857-66; d. Rodman (Copenhagen), Dec. 12, 1866. 

17-*14 

♦Holland Fuller Sheldon, b. Grafton, Vt., Mar. 17, 1825; U. R. 1856; 
R. T. S. 1856-57; ord. Carimona, Minn., 1858; p. Carimona, Sep. 1858- 
60; Sheldon, 1860-63; d. Sheldon, Minn., Apr. 1863. 

1858 

GRADUATES 

*DANIEL BOWEN, b. Reading, Vt., Feb. 4, 1831; U. R. 1856; R. T. 
S. 1858; H. U. Div. Sch. 1859; ord. Third Unitarian ch., Hingham, 

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Mass., Dec. 1859; p. Hingham, Dec. 18S9-Oct. 63; Milford, Jan. 1865- 
Apr. 67; w. c. Mandarin, Fla., 1867-80; Jacksonville, 1881-97; Roch- 
ester, N. Y., 1898-1907; d. Rochester, Jan. 1, 1907. 

♦CHARLES ROLLIN BURDICK, Presb. b. Lincklaen, N. Y., June 

17, 1826; U. R. 1852; principal, Union School, Watkins, N. Y., 1852- 
53; Union Academy, Shiloh, N. J., 1853-54; Watkins, N. Y., 1854-55; 
grammar school, Rochester, 1857-59; R. T. S. 1858; ord. by Rochester 
Presbytery. 1859; p. Corfu, N. Y., 1859-64; Youngstown, 1864-68; sup- 
ply, Marquette. Mich.. 1868-69; p. Joliet, 111., 1869-71; Somerset, N. Y., 
1871-75; Oconto, Wis., 1875-83; Prairie du Sac, 1883-88; Omro, 1888- 
91 ; w. c. Oconto, 1891-97. Author, Before the Dawn; Who Shall 
Wear the Crown? d. Oconto, Aug. 22, 1897. 

♦ALEXANDER COLTON CAPERTON, b. Jackson Co., Ala., Jan. 
4, 1831; Miss. C. 1856; R. T. S. 1858; ord. Clinton, Miss., Oct. 1858; p. 
Grenada, Miss., 1859-61; country churches, 1861-66; Memphis, Tenn., 
1867-68; Mayfield, Ky., 1869; Evansville, Ind., 1869-71; editor, West- 
ern Recorder, Louisville, Ky., 1871-88; p. Somerset, New Salem, Chris- 
tiansburg and Turner, 1888-94; Millwood, 1895-98; residence. Leitch- 
field, Ky., 1897-1901. D.D., Bay. U., 1871; d. Leitchfield, Ky., Jan. 

18. 1901. 

*GEORGE MONTGOMERY WEST CAREY, b. Belfast, Ireland, 
Mar. 10, 1829; U. R. 1856; R. T. S. 1858; ord. St. Catherines, Ont.. 
July 11, 1856; p. St. Catherines, 1856-66; St. John, N. B., 1866-81; 
New Prince Gate ch, Liverpool, Eng., 1881-85; Brantford, Ont., 1885- 
89; Ottawa, 1889-93; St. John, N. B., 1893-99; D.D., Ac. C, 1894; 
d. Ottawa, Ont., May 16, 1899. 

*IRA DELOS CLARK, b. Brookfield, N. Y., Apr. 27, 1830; Alfred U. 
1854; R. T. S. 1858; ord. Kendall, N. Y., Jan. 11, 1859; p. Kendall, 
1858-59; U. T. S. 1859-60; p. New York and Brooklyn, 1859-60; 
Northampton, Mass., 1861-66; Denver, Col., 1866-67; chaplain, Colo- 
rado Senate, 1866; p. Berlin, Wis., 1867-70; Fabius, N. Y., 1872-73; in- 
valid, Berlin, W^is., 1875-84; Leola, S. D., 1884-1900; d. Hillsdale, S. 
D., Sep. 10, 1900. 

♦COLUMBUS CORNFORTH, b. West Waterville, Me., Jan. 31, 1831 
Un. C. 1856; R. T. S. 1858; ord. Smethport, Pa., Feb. 8, 1859; p 
Smethport. 1858-61; private. 42d Regt. Pa. Vols., 1861-63; wounded 
Fredericksburg, Dec. 13, 1862 ; Libby Prison two months ; chaplain 
150th Regt. Pa. Vols., 1864-65; superintendent schools, McKean Co. 
Pa., 1865-67; State Inspector and Examiner Soldier's Orphans Schools 
residence, Harrisburg. 1867-79; w. c. Clyde, Kans.. 1879-83; d. Clyde 
Feb. 10, 1883. 

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*WILLIAM THOMAS FAGAN, b. Harrisburg, Pa., Oct. 3, 1833; 

U. R. 1855; R. T. S. 1858; ord. Rome, N. Y., Oct. 6, 1858; p. Rome, 
1858-61; South Norwalk, Conn., 1861-63; Amsterdam, N. Y., 1863- 
65 ; Booneville, N. Y., 1865-72 ; editor, Amsterdam, 1876-96 ; w. c. Am- 
sterdam, 1896-1907; d. Amsterdam, N. Y., Nov. 2, 1907. 

♦WILLIAM ICRIN GILL, b. Bradford, Eng., Mar. 10, 1831; U. R. 
1853-56; R. T. S. 1858; ord. Rhinebeck, N. Y., Sep. 2, 1858; p. 
Rhinebeck, 1858-59; St. Joseph, Mo., 1859-60; Port Jervis, N. Y., 1861- 
62; Essex, Conn., 1863-66; united with M. E. ch. Author, Evolution 
and Progress; Analytical Processes; Christian Conception and Ex- 
perience; Philosophical Realism; d. Neuvitar, Cuba, Mar. 4, 1902. 

LEANDER HALL, b. Salisbury, N. Y., Dec. 16, 1830; Un. C. 1856; 
R. T. S. 1858 ; supply, Scipio and Rose, N. Y., 1858-60 ; ord. Rose, Mar. 
14, 1860; p. Macedon, 1860-63; Mannsville, 1863-65; Clockville and 
Vernon, 1865-70; Hebron, 1870-71; Fort Miller and Kingsbury, 1871- 
75; Milton and Janesville, 1876-78; Flatbrook and E. Chatham, 1878- 
82; teaching, Nassau, 1882-89; (at same time supply; Presb. ch., Nas- 
sau, 16 months, Bapt. ch., E. Nassau, 18 months, Bapt. ch., Schodack, 
7 months) ; Stuyvesant Falls, Oct. 1889-Apr. 91 ; (at same time supply, 
Stuyvesant Falls M. E. ch., 6 months; Reformed ch., 1 year); p. 
Tivoli, July 1891-Apr. 93; engaged in charitable work, New York 
1893- ; financial secy.. Metropolitan Dispensary and Hospital; vis- 
itor for Westchester Co. Temporary Home for Destitute Children. 
Author, Half Century Class of 1S36; Union College, i^gs-igod. D.D., 
Union C. 1906. Address, 18 Park Ave., New Rochelle, N. Y. 

*JOHN BURGESS HAMBERLIN, b. Franklin Co., Miss., Nov. 
21, 1830; Miss. C. 1856; R. T. S. 1858; ord. Clinton, Miss., 1858; p. 
Clinton, 1858-63; supt. (Miss.) State miss., 1863-65; p. Meridian, 
1865-68; pres.. Meridian Female C, 1865-72; editor. Christian Watch- 
man, and The College Mirror, 1866-71 ; miss, for Miss. State Conv. on 
Gulf Coast, 1874-76; p. Ocean Springs, Miss., 1876-80; Vicksburg, 
1881-85; Mobile, Ala., 1883-88; principal, Industrial Acad., Healing 
Springs, 1889-99; p. Citronelle, 1893-95; Healing Springs, 1898-99; 
retired, res. ib., 1899-1906; d. Healing Springs, Ala., Sept. 26, 1906. 

*JULIUS C. HASELHUHN, b. Altenburg, Ger., May 21, 1829; G. 
D. and U. R. 1854-55; R. T. S. 1858; ord. Wilmington, Del., Sep. 23, 
1858; p. Wilmington, 1858- 61; Newark, N. J., 1861-68; St. Louis, Mo., 
1869-71 ; evangelist. Western Conference, 1871-74 ; p. Chicago, 111., 
1875-78; editor, Sendbote, and secretary, Ger. Bap. Publication Soc, 
Cleveland, O., 1878-92; editor, emeritus, 1892-93. Author, Zionsklange, 

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translated, Clough's From Darkness to Light, Spnrgeon's The Clue of 
the Mace; and varions tracts. D. D., D. U., 1887; d. Newark, N. J., 
May 5, 1893. 

*WILLIAM NORRIS REEVES, b. Liberty Hill, Ala., Oct. 12, 1834; 
Howard C. 1856; K. T. S. 1858; ord. Orrville, Ala., Oct. 1858; p. 
Providence cli., Orrville, Oct. 1858-Dec. 59; Eufaiila, Jan. 1860-65; 
captain, major and lieutenant-colonel of Artillery, Confederate Army, 
1861-65; p. Eufaiila, 1874-80; banker Eufaula, 1879-91; farmer, editor, 
and correspondent, Eufaula, 1891-94; p. Georgetown, Ga., 1895-97; 
Fitzgerald, Dec. 1898-Oct. 99; Eufaula, Ala., 1899-1905. D.D., U. 
Ala., 1876; d. Eufaula, Ala., Mar. 1905. 

♦WILLIAM SEMPLE RYLAND, b. Richmond, Va., June 6, 1836; 
Rich. C. 1855; U. Va. 1855-56; R. T. S. 1858; ord. Leesburg, Va., Aug. 
11, 1859; p. Winchester, Va., 1859-62; Hebron and Cedar Creek, 1865- 
67; Grenada, Miss., 1867-70; prof. Emma Mercer Institute, Grenada, 
1857-69; p. East Hickman and South Elkhorn, Ky., 1873-80; prof. 
Lexington Ky., Female C, 1873-76; pres., ib., 1876-80; prof. Sciences, 
Bethel C, Russellville, Ky., 1880-95; chairman faculty, ib., 1887-89; 
pres., ib., 1889-98; residence, Russellville, 1899-1906. Ph.D., Mer. U.; 
D.D., G. C. and Richmond C; d. Russellville, Ky., Jan. 9, 1906. 

*JOHN R. SHANAFELT, b. McConnellstown, Pa., Oct. 27, 1829; 
Eu. U. 1856; R. T. S. 1858; ord. Berwick, Pa., Oct. 28, 1858; p. 
Shamokin, 1858-61; Pittston, 1861-66; Fourth ch., Pittsburg, 1866-70; 
Boonsborough, la., Pella, Red Oak, Gibbon, Neb., Second ch., St. 
Joseph, Mo., 1870-83 ; Kansas City, Kans., 1883-88 ; health failed ; occa- 
sional evangelist, residence, Lawrence, 1888-98. Author, The Slavery 
Question; d. Lawrence, May 27, 1898. 

*JOHN SIMMONS, Toronto, Ont.; R. T. S. 1858; deceased. 

WILLIAM AUGUSTUS SMITH, b. Sidney, N. J., June 28, 1829; 
Colg. U. 1856; R. T. S. 1858; acting p. Williamsport, Pa., 1858-59; 
ord. Burlington, N. J., June 30, 1859; p. Burlington, 1859-61; educa- 
tional work, Bergen Heights, N. J., 1862-68; p. Wellsboro, and Stony 
Park. Pa., 1868-69; First ch., Canton, O., 1869-77; Stroudsburg, Pa., 
1877-84; Junction and Washington, N. J., 1884-88; Washington alone, 
1888-95; w. c. Newark, 1895-. 

Address, 127 N. Fifth St., Newark, N. J. 

EDWIN SAWYER WALKER, b. Whiting, Vt., Aug. 11, 1828; U. 
R. 1856: R. T. S. 1858; ord. Dansville, N. Y., Sep. 16, 1858; p. Dans- 
ville, 1858-July 60; Ripon, Wis., Dec. 1860-Apr. 63; Sparta, June 
1863-June 66; retired on account of bronchitis; residence Spring- 
field, 111., 1867-. Author, The Lincoln National Monument; History 

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of the Springfield Baptist Association; The Story of My Ancestors in 
America and History of the Carpenter Family; The Uses of Wealth; 
Various Sermons and historical addresses ; Member of several His- 
torical Societies. Address, 1125 S. Fifth St., Springfield, 111. 

*SHADRACH WASHINGTON, b. Fayette Co., Pa., June 28, 1830; 
U. R. 1856; R. T. S. 1858; ord. Woodstock, III., Dec. 2, 1858; p. Wood- 
stock, 1858-59; Aurora, 1859-63; Pittsburg, Pa., 1863-67; Zanesville, 
O., 1868-69; Jacksonville, III, 1869-75; Keokuk, la., 1875-80; Paterson, 
N. J., 1880-82; Essex, Conn., 1883-88; Port Jervis, N. Y., 1889-97; d. 
Port Jervis, Feb. 3, 1897. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS. 

*Stephen Burdick, Seventh Day Bapt., b. Preston, N. Y., Mar. 13, 
1827; Alfred U. 1856; R. T. S. 1856-57; ord. Alfred, N. Y., June 
21, 1857; p. Seventh Day Bapt. ch., Rockville, L. I., 1857-60; Leon- 
ardsville, N. Y., 1860-64; De Ruyter, 1865-67; principal De Ruyter 
Institute, 1867-68; miss. Minn, and la., 1868-69; p. West Genesee 
and Portville, N. Y., 1869-72; Brookfield ch., Leonardsville, N. Y., 
1872-85; West Hallock, 111., 1886-96; Andover, N. Y., Feb. 1897-Sep. 
1903; literary work, Alfred, N. Y., Sep. 1903-Dec. 1905; treas. Am. 
Sab. Tract Soc, 1874-81; editor. Sabbath Recorder, 1881; d. Alfred, 
Dec. 21, 1905. 

♦Robert Acker Clapp, b. Sing Sing, N. Y., May 8, 1827; U. R. 1854-56; 
R. T. S. 1856-57; ord. Oswego, 111., Feb. 25, 1858; p. Oswego and 
Sandwich, 111. ; First Stillwater ch., N. Y. ; Pontiac, Mich. ; Ottumwa, 
la. ; St. James, Minn. ; Fox Lake, Wis., Darlington ; Fairfield, Neb. ; 
Granite Falls; w. c. Lincoln, 1893-97; Fairbury, 1897-May 1906; 
Wenatchee, Wash., May 1906-Apr. 1909; d. Wenatchee, Apr. 25, 1909. 

*Henry Francis Cochrane, b. Methuen, Mass., Apr. 17, 1836; Un. C. 
1856; R. T. S. 1856-57; ord. Manheim, N. Y., Mar. 1858; p. Manheim, 
1857-58; Hillsdale, 1858-60; Bath, 1866-68; Montrose, Pa., 1868-69; 
Warren Center, 1869-71; editor, Mt. Pleasant, 1873-74; p. Dovvnington, 
1874-75; editor, Petersburg, 111., 1875-77; in business, Ypsilanti, Mich., 
1878-80; p. York, May 1880-May 82; Rome, May 1882-May 86; Center- 
ville, May 1886-May 88; Bloomingdale, June 1888-Oct. 93; Spring- 
port, Jan. 1894-Apr. 95; Big Rapids, Dec. 1895-Dec. 96; editor, Hart- 
ford, June 1898-1905; secy., Mich. Bapt. State Conv., Jan. 18^-1902; 
d. Hartford, Mich., Feb. 13, 1905. 

Theodore Judson Knapp, b. Portsmouth, Va., R. T. S. 1856-57; 

*Simon Tuska, b. Germany, 1837; U. R. 1856; teacher, Brockport Col- 
legiate Institute, Brockport, N. Y., 1856-57; R T. S. 1857-58; U. 

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Breslau, Germany, 1858-60; rabbi, Reformed Jewish congregation, 
Memphis, Tenn. Author, The Stranger in the Synagogue; d. Memphis, 
1872. 

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1859 

GRADUATES 

*JOSEPH R. BELLAMY, b. Kingsbury, N. Y., 1833; U. R. 1857; 
R. T. S. 1859; not ord. ; principal Albion Acad., 1859-66; d. Arcadia, N. 
Y., July 11, 1866. 

FLAVIUS JOSEPHUS GATHER, b. Catherton, Va., Mar. 16, 1833; 
U. R. 1857; R. T. S. 1859; ord. Flemington, W. Va., 1862; engaged 
in teaching and preaching, Va. and W. Va., 1859-69; agent, Am. Union 
Commission, and New England Refugees' Aid Soc. ; agent, W. Va. 
College; aided in organization of W. Va. General Association; p. 
Clarksburg, W. Va. ; teacher, classical department, public schools, un- 
der Peabody Fund; p. McConnellsville, O., 1869-76; Seville, 1876-82; 
Franklin, 1883-85; Lockland, 1886-87; residence, Franklin, Ind., 1887- 
96, engaged as stated supply of First ch., Evansville, South ch., and 
North ch., Indianapolis, and other churches ; stated supply Buckhannon, 
W. Va., 1896-97; p. Weston. 1897-99; Decatur, Ind., Dec. 1899-1903; 
\v. c. Los Angeles, Calif., 1903-. 

Addrcss, 212 S. Grand Ave., Los Angeles, Calif. 

MELVIN JAMESON, b. Lyons, N. Y., Mar. 3, 1836; U. R. 1856; R. 
T. S. 1859; resident graduate, U. T. S. autumn, 1859; ord. Alton, 111.. 
Apr. 19, 1860; p. Alton, Apr. 1860-July 69; miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, Bas- 
sein, Burma, 1869-89; on furlough, 1880-83; engaged in work among 
churches, and stated supply, Ogdensburg, N. Y., Sep. 1882-Scp. 83 ; 
p. Cherry St. Mission chapel, Alton, 111., Apr. 1890-Apr. 91 ; East Alton, 
1892-93; Cherry St. chapel, July, 1895-1900; w. c. Ottumwa, la., E. 
Alton, 111., and Gouverneur, N. Y., 1900-. Author, (in English) Elijah 
Parish Lovcjoy, as a Christian; A Grammatical Analysis of the Gospel 
of John in Burmese; sermon in Burmese on Christian Giving; editor, 
Burma)! Messenger. Address, Gouverneur, N. Y. 

♦ADDISON JONES, b. Mesopotamia, O., Sep. 24. 1829; D. U. 1856; 
R. T. S. 1859; Ord. Tiffin, O., 1861; p. Tiffin, 1861-62; instructor, U. C, 
1863-64; miss. A. B. H. M. Soc, Cal., 1864-72; p. Santa Clara, 1864-66; 
preached, Mayfield, 1867-72; p. Salem, Oregon, 1873-77; returned to 
Ohio, 1877, and joined Free Will Bapt ch. ; d. Jacksonville, 111., July 27, 
1908. 

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♦RICHARD MEANS NOTT, b. Boston, Mass., Mar. 26, 1831; Cy. C. 
1852; R. T. S. 1859; ord. Rochester, N. Y., Oct. 12, 1859; p. First ch., 
Rochester, 1859-65 ; business and home mission work, Atlanta, Ga., 
1866-69; p. Aurora, 111., 1869-72; Wakefield, Mass., 1872-74; health 
failed; residence, Wakefield, 1874-80; agent, Mass. Bap. Centennial As- 
sociation, 1876; d. Wakefield, Dec. 20, 1880. 

DAVID McLANE REEVES, b. Liberty Hill, Ala., June 10, 1839; 
Howard C. 1857; R. T. S. 1859; ord. Carlowville, Ala., 1860; p. Carlow- 
ville, 1860-64 ; mission work,1865-67 ; p. Tarrytown, N. Y., 1867-71 ; Bos- 
ton, Mass., 1871-72; Albany, N. Y., 1872-79; united with Presb. ch., 
1881; D.D., Bates C, 1872. Address, Birmingham, Ala. 

*EDWIN TRUE ROBINSON, b. Bergen, N. Y., July 25, 1833; U. R. 
1857; R. T. S. 1859; resident graduate R. T. S. 1859-60; ord. Cincin- 
nati, O., May, 1860; p. Ninth St. ch., Cincinnati, 1860-62; d. Cincinnati, 
July 21, 1862. 

*NATHAN SHEPPARD, b. Baltimore, Md., 1837; Attleborough C. 
1854; R. T. S. 1859; ord. Philadelphia, Pa., 1859; p. Tremont Temple, 
Boston, Mass., 1859-61 ; lecturer and author, 1861-71 ; prof. U. C, 1871- 
74; prof. English Literature and public speaking, Allegheny C, 1875- 
78; residence, Saratoga Springs, N. Y., 1884-88; d. New York, Jan. 
24, 1888. 

GEORGE A. STARKWEATHER, b. Worcester, N. Y., Dec. 4, 1828; 
grammar school, Rochester, N. Y. ; R. T. S. 1859; principal, Jonesbor- 
ough Institute, Tenn., 1859-60; ord. Elba, N. Y., June 10, 1861; p. Elba, 
1860-64; Corning 1864-66; Marion 1866-67; principal, Phipps Seminary, 
Albion, 1867-70; p. Trumansburg, 1870-75; Waterbury, Conn., 1875-77; 
Havana, N. Y., 1877-79; Marion, 1880-81; Clifton, 1881-84; lecturing 
1885-87; p. North Brookfield, 1888; p. Himrods residence, Penn Yan, 
1889-93; Pleasant Valley, 1893-96; lecturing, 1893-98; p. Coventry, N. 
Y., 1898-1901 ; Wappingers Falls, 1901-06 ; retired, res., Mamaroneck, 
1906-. Author, 6". 6". Geography and Maps. 

Address, 31 Barry Ave., Mamaroneck, N. Y. 

AUGUSTUS HOPKINS STRONG, b. Rochester, N. Y., Aug. 3, 1836; 
Y. C. 1857; R. T. S., 1859; in Europe, 1859-60; ord. Haverhil, 
Mass., Aug. 3, 1861; p. Haverhill, 1861-65; First ch., Cleveland, O., 
1865-72; pres. and prof. Biblical Theology, R. T. S. 1872- ; pres. A. B. 
F. M. Soc. 1892-95; pres. General Conv. of Bapt. of N. America, 
1907-10. Author, Systematic Theology, (1886) (7th edition, 1903) ; 
revised and enlarged, 3 vols. (1908) ; Philosophy and Religion, (1888) ; 
The Great Poets and their Theology, (1897) ; Christ in Creation and 

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Ethical Monism, (1899). D.D., B. U. 1870; Y. U. 1890; P. U. 1896; 
LL.D., Bu. U. 1891 ; Alfred U., 1894. 

Address, 17 Sibley Place, Rochester, N. Y. 

*CHARLES FREDERICK WESTON, b. Showhegan, Me., Jan. 25, 
1827; Cy. C. 1855; X. T. 1. 1855-5o; R. T. S. 1859; ord. Lincoln, Me., 
Sep. 18o3; p. Lincoln, 1863-65; Fayette, 1865-67; Russell, Mass., 1867- 
74; East Avon, N. Y., 1874-75; Fo\vler\ille, Mich., 1875-76; Orleans, 
N. Y., 1876-77; Limerick, Me., 1878-80; Sonora, Cal.; St. Helena; 
Julian; Oxford, Neb., Sep. 1891-92; d. Springfield, Neb., Apr. 18, 1892. 

WILLIAM CLEAVER WILKINSON, b. Westford, Vt., Oct. 19, 
1833; U. R. 1857; R. T. S. 1859; ord. New Haven, Conn., Nov. 22. 
1859; p. New Haven, 1859-61; student, Univ. of Paris, 1861-62; prof. 
Modern Languages (ad interim), U. R., 1863-64; p. Mt. Auburn, Cin- 
cinnati, O., 1865-66; prof. Honiiletics and Pastoral Theology, R. T. S., 
1872-81; literary pursuits, Tarrytown, 1881-92; prof. Poetry and Crit- 
cism, U. C, 1892-. Author, The Dance of Modem Society; A Free 
Lance in the Field of Life and Letters; The Baptist Principle; 
Webster: an Ode; Edti'in Arnold as Poetizer and as Paganizer; Prepar- 
atory and College Greek and Latin Courses in English (4 vols.) ; 
Classic French and German Courses in English (2 vols.) ; The Epic of 
Saul; The Epic of Paul; The Epic of Moses (2 parts) ; Complete 
Poetical Works (5 vols.) ; Modern Masters of Pulpit Discourse; Some 
New Literary Valuations. D.D., U. R. 1873 ; LL.D., Bay. U., 1904. 

Address, 5630 Woodlawn Ave., Chicago, 111. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Edward Winter Clark, b. North East, N. Y., Feb. 25, 1830; B. U. 
1857; N. T. I. 1857-58; R. T. S. 1858-59; ord. Logansport, Ind., June 
30, 1859; p. Logansport, 1859-60; editor and publisher. The Witness, 
Indianapolis, 1861-67; miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, Sibsagor, Assam, 1868-75; 
Naga Hills, 1875-. Reduced Assamese language to writing; author, 
various works in Ao Naga; (in part) Ao Naga Grammar, with illustra- 
tive phrases and Vocabulary. 

Address, Impur, Naga Hills, Assam, India. 

*George Dutton, Presb., b. Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 13, 1818; Trinity 
C. 1840; studied law, Boston, Mass., 1840-41; lawyer, Rochester, N. Y., 
1843-44; in business, Rochester, 1844-58; R. T. S. 1858-59; stated 
supply, Presb. ch., Charlotte, N. Y., 1860; Monroe, Mich., 1861; d. 
Utica, N. Y., July 10, 1864. 

♦Gerhard Koopman, R. T. S. 1857-59; (for record vid. G. D. class of 
1859) ; d. Pekin, 111., July 24, 1888. 

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Stephen Van Rensselaer Marsh, b. Romulus, N. Y., Feb. 7, 1829; U. 
R. 1857-59; R. T. S. 1858-59; ord. Lodi, N. Y., June 15, 1859; p. Lodi, 
June 1859- Apr. 63; Covert, Apr. 1863-May 67; Bethel, Gorham, and 
Reeds Corners, May 1867-Sep. 68 ; Waterloo, Oct. 1868-Sep. 70 ; Sennett, 
Sep. 1870-May 7Z; Eatontown, N. J., May 1873-Sep. 76; Southampton, 
Pa., Sep. 1876-Apr. 83; Holmesburg, Apr. 1883-Nov. 1884; Citra, Fla., 
Nov. 1884-Dec. 88; Atglen, Pa., Dec. 1888-Feb. 92; Monongahela, Mar. 
1892-Oct. 96 ; Jennette, Oct. 1896-Oct. 97 ; Big Flats, N. Y., Nov. 1897- 
Jan. 99; retired, Corning, Jan. 1899- Address, Corning, N. Y. 

16-*8 

1860 

GRADUATES 

*ELISHA MANNING CARPENTER, Presb., b. Rochester, N. Y., 
Apr. 21, 1831; U. R. 1852; teacher. Classical School, Sunbury, N. C, 
1853-55; teacher. Western House of Refuge, Rochester, N. Y., 1855- 
64; R. T. S. 1860; licensed. Presbytery of Rochester, 1860; teacher, 
Classical School, Rochester, 1864-68; supt. House of Refuge, 1869-70; 
supt. and chaplain, N. Y. Juvenile Asylum, New York, 1870-95 ; supt. 
House of Refuge, Randall's Island, New York, 1896-99; residence, 
Goshen, 1899-1902 ; d. E. Orange, N. J., Jan. 28, 1902. 

CEPHAS BENNET CRANE, b. Marion, N. Y., Mar. 28, 1833; U. 
R. 1858; R. T. S. 1860; ord. Hartford, Conn., Oct. 1860; p. South ch., 
Hartford, Oct. 1860-Apr. 78; First ch., Boston, Mass., Apr. 1878-Oct. 
84; First ch.. Concord, N. H., Jan. 1885-Sep. 96; act. p. First ch., Wo- 
burn, Mass., 1896-1902; chaplain, N. H. Legislature, 1884-85. D.D., 
U. R., 1868. Address, 162 Lakeview Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 

ELIAS JOHN FOOTE, b. Olean, N. Y., June 22, 1824; Un. C. 1849; 
R. T. S. 1860; ord. St. Louis, Mo., Feb. 1861; p. St. Louis, 1860- 
62; Syracuse, N. Y., 1862-66; staff of Christian Commission, Peters- 
burg, Va., July and Aug. 1864; p. Penfield, 1866-71; Red Bank, N. J., 
1871-75; Middletown, N. J., 1876-83; Calvary ch., Trenton, 1883-90; 
retired Trenton, 1890-. Author, Life of Eliza Allen Foote. 

Address, 57 Model Ave., Trenton, N. J. 

JACOB SAMUEL GUBELMANN, b. Berne, Switzerland, Nov. 26, 
1836; U. R. 1858; R. T. S. 1860; ord. Louisville, Ky., Jan. 13, 1861; 
p. Ger. ch., Louisville, 1860-62; St. Louis, Mo., 1862-68; Philadelphia, 
Pa., 1868-85 ; prof. Christian Theology and Homiletics, G. D., R. T. S., 
1885-94; prof. Christian Theology, Ethics and Homiletics, ib., 1894- 
Author, Die Predigt am See ; The Inspiration of the Sacred Scriptures. 
D.D., U. R., 1887. Address, 39 Brighton St., Rochester, N. Y. 

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*ELI HASKELL HURLBUTT, b. Bristol, N. Y., May 22, 1832; U. R. 
1S57; R. T. S. 1860; p. Mantua, O., 1862-64; ord. Soiithington, 1864; 
p. Soiithington, 1864-Nov. 65; Cherry Valley, Nov. 1865-Nov. 67; 
Huntington, Dec. 1867-Dec. 68; Osceola Mills, Wis., Dec. 1868-Dec. 
69; Jefferson City, Mo., May 1870-Sep. 71; Vermilion, S. D., Sep. 
1871-Mar. 1Z\ mission work in vicinity of Vermilion, 1873-75; siipt. 
Public Instruction, Clay Co., 1876-77; p. Centerville, 1878-80; evangelist 
in New York State, 1881 ; p. Akron, la., 1882-83 ; evangelist and supply 
in the West for some years; injured by accident; residence, Goochland 
Co., Va., engaged in occasional missionary and evangelistic work, 1888- 
d. Westfield, Iowa, July 18, 1908. 

SAMUEL PEARCE MERRILL, b. Bellevue, Neb., July 13, 1835; 
U. R. 1858 ; R. T. S. 1860 ; ord. Carlton, N. Y., Feb. 13, 1861 ; p. Carl- 
ton, 1860-64; Baldwinsville, 1864-69; Adams, 1869-73; Watcrvillc, Me., 
1873-79 ; Biddeford, 1879-82 ; cor. secy. N. Y. B. U. for M. E., R. T. S., 
1882-96; health failed; w. c. 1896- ; secy, of Faculty, Shaw Univ., N. 
C. 1902-04. Author, My Loves and My Lovers, poems 1909; spe- 
cial correspondent from Me., Examiner and Watchman, 1875-82. 

Address, 1810 Ave. H., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

*LEMUEL MOSS, b. Boone Co., Ky., Dec. 27. 1829; U. R. 1858; R. T. 
S. 1860; ord. Worcester, Mass., Aug. 31, 1860; p. Worcester, 1860-64; 
secy., U. S. Christian Commission, 1864-65 ; prof. Theology, Bu. U., 
1865-68; editor. National Baptist, 1868-72; prof. C. T. S., 1872-74; 
pres. U. C, 1874-75 ; pres. Indiana State U., Bloomington, Ind., 1875- 
84; w. c. Chicago, 111., 1884-89; editor. The Ensign, Minneapolis, Minn., 
1889-93; p. Woodbury, N. J., Mar. 1894-Aug. 96; pres. Am. Bapt. Hist. 
Soc, 1896-1904; editor. The Commonzvcalth, Philadelphia, Pa., Sep. 
1897-Apr. 98; lecturer. Christian Economics, Bu. U., 1899-1904. Editor 
and part writer. What Baptists Stand For. Author, Baptists and the Na- 
tional Centenary; A Question of Attitude; A Day zvith Paul; Annals of 
the U. S. Christian Commission. D.D., U. R., 1868; LL.D., U. R., 
1883 ; d. New York, N. Y., July 12, 1904. 

*ORRIN HUNGER, b. Middlebury, N. Y., 1831; U. R. 1858; R. T. S. 
1860; ord. Angelica, N. Y., Nov. 27, 1860; p. Angelica, 1860-62; d. 
Angelica, Mar. 1, 1862. 

ADONIRAM JUDSON PADELFORD, b. Galway, N. Y., July 26, 
1831; U. R. 1858; R. T. S. 1860; ord. Fall River, Mass., Mar. 1861; 
stated supply. Fall River, 1860-62; p. Third ch., Providence. R. I., 
1862-66; Amherst, Mass., 1866-68; Haverhill, 1868-77; Second ch., 
Calais, Me., June 1877-June 1909; supt. of schools, Calais, 1885-95; 
S. S. editor, The Contributor, 1874-1906; w. c. 1909- ; D.D., Cy. C, 
1893. Address, 500 Tremont Temple, Boston, Mass. 

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SETH CARLOS RICE, b. Clean, N. Y., Jan. 3, 1831; Racine C. 1858; 
R. T. S. 1860; ord. Fenelon Falls, Ont., Oct. 29, 1861; p. Fenelon Falls, 
Sep. 1861-June 63; Cramahe, June 1863-Oct. 64; Hartford, Wis., Mar. 
1865-April 66; Pella, la., Oct. 1866-Apr, 67; Greenwood, III., June 
1867-June 69 ; residence, Jefferson, Wis., supplying churches and lectur- 
ing on O. T. prophecies, June 1882-Aug. 92; w. c. Chicago, 111., studying 
and lecturing, Aug. 1892- (1900). 

*THOMAS ROGERS, b. Minsteed, Hampshire, Eng., May 8, 1827; 
U. R. 1858; R. T. S. 1860; ord. Elbridge, N. Y., Jan. 2, 1861; p. El- 
bridge, Sep. 1860-93; health failed; w. c. Elbridge, 1893-97. Author, 
lecture. The Pastor's Management of a Country Church. D.D., U. R., 
1881 ; d. Elbridge, N. Y., Apr. 16, 1897. 

*ISAAC COOLEY SEELEY, b. Chester, N. Y., May 15, 1831; U. R. 
1858; R. T. S. 1860; ord. Ransomville, N. Y., Aug. 22, 1861; p. Ran- 
somville, 1860-64; Hornell, 1864-67; Cooper's Plains, 1867-69; Cuba, 
1869-74; d. Cuba, N. Y., Dec. 22, 1874. 

LYMAN BEECHER TEFFT, b. Exeter, R. I., July 15, 1833; B. U. 
1858; R. T. S. 1860; teacher and p. Belfast, N. Y., 1860-62; ord. Pres- 
cott. Wis., June 29, 1862 ; p. Prescott ; Winona, Minn., 1862-66 ; Green- 
ville, Conn., 1866-69 ; Mankato, Minn., 1869-71 ; Colchester, Conn., 1872- 
74; prof. Roger Williams U., Nashville, Tenn., 1874-83; pres. Hartshorn 
Memorial C, Richmond, Va., 1883-. Author, Ctiriosities of Heat; 
Institutes of Moral Philosophy. D.D., B. U., 1893. 

Address, Hartshorn Mem. College, Richmond, Va. 

*JAMES JUDSON TUCKER, b. Halifax, Vt., Oct. 6, 1827; Wms. C. 
1857; R. T. S. 1860; ord. Worcester, Mass., Aug. 30, 1860; p. Wor- 
xester, 1860-62; South Dedham, 1862-64; d. Chicago, III, Jan. 1864. 

*AMBROSE FRANKLIN WILLEY, b. Burlington, Vt., Jan. 1831; 
U. R. 1858; R. T. S. 1860; ord. Burlington, la., 1860; p. Burlington, 
1860-64; Marshalltown, 1864-67; Oskaloosa, 1867-68; d. Oskaloosa, 
Apr. 1868. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS. 

*Almon Clematus Bacone, b. Scott, N. Y., Apr. 25, 1830; U. R. 1858: 
R. T. S. 1858-59; not ord.; teaching, 1859-76; principal, Cherokee Sem- 
inary, Tahlequah, Ind. Ter., 1876-80; pres. Indian U., Bacone, 1880-96; 
d. Muscogee, Apr. 22, 1896. 

John Nelson Chase, b. Amesbury, Mass., July 11, 1833; New Hampton 
Lit. and Theol. Inst., Fairfax, Vt., 1858; U. R. 1858-59; R. T. S. 1858- 

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59; ord. Deep River, Conn., Nov. 30, 1859; p. Deep River, Oct. 1859- 
Dec. 71; Exeter, N. H., Dec. 1871-94; w. c. Saybrook, Conn., 1894-. 

Address, Saybrook, Cona 
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1861 

GRADUATES 

JOHN C. C. CLARKE, Class Secretary. 

JOHN CALDWELL CALHOUN CLARKE, b. Providence, R. L, 
Feb. 27, 1833 ; U. R. 1859 ; R. T. S. 1861 ; ord. Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 
25, 1861; p. Yonkers, N. Y., Oct. 1861-May 65; prof. Greek, U. C, 
Oct. 1865-June 66; prof. B. U. T. S., Sep. 1866-June 67; p. Madison, 
Wis., May 1867-Dec. 70; Cincinnati, O., and prof. Mt. Auburn Young 
Ladies Institute, 1871-73; p. St. Louis, Mo., Mar. 1873-Sep. 75; prof. 
S. C, Sep. 1875-June 86; residence. Upper Alton, 111., June 1886- 
Author, Platonism and Early Christianity; Origin and Varieties of 
the Semitic Alphabet; Self and the Father; Mail and His Divine 
Father; The Revelation Rediscovered; The Apocalypses; The Beginning 
and Form of Christianity. D.D., Bellevue College of University of 
Omaha, 1894. Address, 319 College Ave., Upper Alton, 111. 

*ISAAC HENRY DENTON, b. Somerset, N. Y., July 30, 1826; U. R. 
1857-59; R. T. S. 1861; ord. Somerset, N. Y., June 24, 1863; p. Somer- 
set, 1861-65; La Grange, Mo., 1865-66; Warrensburg, 1866-68; Mt. 
Pleasant, 1869-70; preaching and teaching, 1870-75; p. New London, 
la., 1876-78; residence, La Grange, Mo., 1878-96, serving churches in 
Clark and Scotland counties ; d. La Grange, Nov. 20, 1896. 

*JOHN HERBERT GRIFFITH, b. Geneva, N. Y., July 9, 1833; U. 
R. 1859 ; R. T. S. 1861 ; ord. Detroit, Mich., Nov. 6, 1861 ; p. Detroit, 
1861-67; Galesburg, 111., 1867-73; Milwaukee, Wis., 1873-78; Troy, 
N. Y., 1878-84; De Land, Fla., 1884-86; Washington St. ch., Buffalo, 
N. Y., 1886-92; Allentown, Pa., 1894-95. D.D., Knox C, 1873; d. 
Owego, N. Y., Nov. 6, 1895. 

♦THOMAS AUGUSTUS HALL, b. Beamsville, Ont., Oct. 26, 1831; 
U. R. 1859: R. T. S. 1861; miss. Canadian Bapt. Miss. Soc. in north- 
ern part of Ont., 1861-62; teaching, Port Rowan, 1862-65; preach- 
ing and teaching, Fingal, 1865-67 ; Norwichville, 1867-69 ; Waterford, 
1869-70; Stromness, 1872-73; Vittoria, 1873-81; Tipton, Cal., 1881-82; 
Springville, 1883-84; farmer, Victoria, Ont., 1884-85; teaching and 
occasional preaching. Guenve, Cal.. 1885; Colton, 1886; Alabama, 1886- 

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88; Davis, 1888-89; Franklin, 1889-90; Highland. 1891-92; Cosumne, 
1892-94; Sacramento, 1894-96; Auburn, 1896-1906; d. Auburn, Calif., 
Oct. 8, 1906. 

DAVID HEAGLE, b. Montgomery Co., N. Y., Apr. 15, 1836; Un. C. 
1859; U. T. S. 1859-60; R. T. S. 1861; p. Lansing, Mich.; ord. Kala- 
mazoo, Mich., July 27, 1863; chap. First Regt. Mich. Vols., 1863-65; 
p. Darlington, Wis. ; Jefferson and Indianola, la. ; Jerseyville and Prince- 
ton, 111.; Evansville and Valpraiso, Ind. ; prof. Des Moines C, 1880; 
prof, and dean. Theological department, Southwestern Baptist Univ., 
Jackson, Tenn., 1897-1902, 1905. Author, Bremen Lectures; How to 
Teach Morals. Ph.D., S. C, 1890; D.D., Simpson Centenarj^ College, 
la., 1891; LL.D., Westminster College, Mo., 1891. 

Address, 956 Jackson Boul., Chicago, 111. 

*ADIN ALMERIN KENDRICK, b. Ticonderoga, N. Y., Jan. 7, 1836; 
Mid. C. three years ; practicing law, Janesville, W^is. ; St. Louis, j\Io. ; 
R. T. S. 1861 ; ord. Chicago, III, Sep. 1861 ; p. Chicago, Sep. 1861-Jan. 
65; St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 1865-June 72; pres. S. C, June 1872-Sep. 94; p. 
St. Louis, Mo., Sep. 1894-Sep. 99; prof. Theological department, S. C, 
1899-1902. D.D., U. C, 1872; LL.D., S. C, 1895; d. Upper Alton, 111., 
Apr. 7, 1902. 

ALLEN EDWARD KITCHEN, b. Waterford, Ont., Jan. 18, 1834; 
U. R. 1859; R. T. S. 1861; ord. Orangeville, Ont., Jan. 1862; p. Orange- 
ville, July 1861-Mar. 64; Stratford, Feb. 1865- Apr. 67; mission work, 
New Garden, N. C, Jan. 1868-Jan. 84; p. Live Oak, Fla., Apr. 1884- 
July 87; associate editor. Baptist Witness, Fla., July 1884-July 87; 
p. North Elba, N. Y., Oct. 1887-June 88; mission work, Lanesboro, Pa., 
1888-90; p. Ganges, Mich., Nov. 1890-Nov. 93; Three Rivers, Dec. 
1893-Apr. 94 ; mission work, Detroit Assoc, 1894-Oct. 95 ; Canada, Oct. 
1895-Apr. 96 ; Memphis, Tenn., May 1896-Sep. 97 ; Lanesboro, Pa., Oct. 
1899-Dec. 1900; w. c. Waverly, 1901-. 

Address, 430 Park Ave., Waverly, N. Y. 

EBENEZER PACKWOOD, b. Wollaston, Eng., Feb. 21, 1833; U. R. 
1859; R. T. S. 1861; ord. York, N. Y., Oct. 25, 1861; p. York, 1861- 
66; Wyoming, 1866-68; Allentown, Pa., 1868-71; Conshohocken, 1871- 
74; Wilson, N. Y., 1874-77; Clifton Springs, 1877-78; Waterloo, 1879- 
84; w. c. supplying neighboring churches, Waterloo, 1894-95; retired, 
Waterloo, 1895-1909; Clifton Springs, 1909-. 

Address, Van Ave., Clifton Springs, N. Y. 

FRANCIS BOLLES PALMER, b. Parma, N. Y., Sep. 29, 1834, U. R. 
1858 ; R. T. S. 1861 ; prof. Lawrence Univ., Wis., 1863-65 ; ord. Parma, 
N. Y., Aug. 30, 1865 ; prof. Greek, Wayland Acad., Beaver Dam, Wis., 
1865-67; prof. Ancient Lang., S. N. S., Fredonia, N. Y., 1867-68; prof. 

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Didactics, S. N. S., Brockport, 1869-71 ; prof. Ancient Lang., ibid, 
1871-78; principal, S. N. S., Fredonia, 1878-1906; residence, Fredonia, 
1906-. Author, Science of Education; Tlwitglits on the Lord's Prayer. 
Ph.D., U. R. 1879. Address, Fredonia, N. Y. 

WILLIAM REMINGTON, b. Miimford, N. Y., Mar. 4, 1832; U. R. 
1857-59; R. T. S. 1861 ; ord. Weedsport, N. Y., Oct. 16, 1861 ; p. Weeds- 
port. July, 1861-64; Champaign, 111., 1864-67; Sparta, Wis., 1867-68; 
Pontiac, Mich., 1868-71; Big Rapids, 1871-72; Jonesville and Allen, 
1872-75; Bronson, 1875-80; Grass Lake, 1880-85; Williamston, 1885- 
87; Tekonsha, 1887-90; Reading, 1890-91; Great Falls, Mont., Nov. 
1891-Mar. 1894; mission work through Belt, Armington, Geyser, and 
Stanford, Mar. 1894-Apr. 96; organized Belt Bapt. ch., Apr. 26, 
1896; p. Belt, Apr. 1896-99; supplying and financial work for churches 
at Billings, Mont. ; Blackfoot, Id. ; Lewistown, Mont. (3 yrs) ; Cam- 
bridge, Id.-. Address, 920 7th Ave., N., Great Falls, Mont. 

WINFIELD SCOTT, b. West Novi, Mich., Feb. 26, 1837; U. R. 1859; 
R. T. S. 1861; ord. Syracuse, N. Y., Oct. 1861; p. Second ch., Syra- 
cuse, July 1861-Scp. 1862; capt. 126th Regt. N. Y. Vols., 1862-Sep. 
64; p. Leavenworth, Kans., Jan. 1865-Dec. 72; Denver, Col., Jan. 1872- 
Oct. 75; Los Angeles, Cal., 1876-77; San Francisco, San Jose, and Oak- 
land, 1879-81 ; editor. Evangel, 1879-81 ; Reno, Nev., 1881-82 ; chaplain, 
U. S. Army, Ft. Canby, and Ft. Stevens, Wash., 1882-85 ; Angel Island, 
Cal., 1885-89; Ft. Huachua, Arizona Ter., 1889-93; Scottsdale, await- 
ing retirement, 1893-98; retired Mar. 26, 1898; promoted rank of Major, 
Apr. 23, 1904 ; residence, Scottsdale, 1898-. Member Twentieth Legisla- 
ture of Ariz., 1899-1901 ; pres. Board of Regents and Chancellor of Univ. 
of Ariz., 1903-04. D.D., Cal. C, 1878. Address, Scottsdale, Ariz. 

*GEORGE LAWSON WRENN, b. Middletown, 0., Aug. 9, 1836; 
G. C. 1858 ; special student, B. U. 1857-58 ; R. T. S. 1861 ; in Europe, 
June 1861-Jan. 62; ord. Middletown, O., Sep. 29, 1862; p. Chicago, 
111., 1862-69 ; Christian Commission service. City Point, Va., 1865 ; p. 
Highland Park, 111., 1869-79; Cambridge, Mass., supplying churches, 
1881-86; acting p. Second ch., Cambridge, 1886-88; in business, Chi- 
cago, 111., 1888-1908; d. York Harbor, Me., Oct. 2, 1908. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Ferdinand E. Gary, b. Nor\vich, Conn., June 8, 1840; Farmers' College, 
College Hill, O. ; R. T. S. 1860-61; not ord.; in business and journal- 
istic work, Cincinnati, O., and elsewhere, 1861-. editor, Franklin Park, 
111., News, 1890-91; Illinois Humane Journal, 1895-97. Author, His- 
tory of L. S. & M. S. Raihaay System; History Chicago, R. I. & 
Pacific R. R. System; Complete Library of Universal Knozvledge. 

Address, 3100 Wentworth Ave., Chicago, 111. 
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*Elmore William Denison, b. St. Louis, Mo., 1836; U. R. 1859; R. T. S. 
1859-60; not ord. ; mission work and teaching in S. \V. and S., 1860- 
64; d. Key West, Fla., 1864. 

Robert Glendinwing Farley, b. Derry Co., Ireland, May 31, 1827; U. R. 
1860; R. T. S. 1860-61; ord. Matawan, N. J., Aug. 1862; p. Matawan, 
May 1862-May 66; Newton, N. H., May 1866-July 68; New Boston, 
July 1868-Jan. 70; evangelist, Suncook, 3 months; p. Rowley, Mass., 
May 1870-May 71; Georgetown, iNIay 1871-May 74; supply in sev- 
eral places, May 1874-May 75 ; p. Buckfield and W. Sumner, Me., 
May 1875-May 78; Milltown, Alay 1878-May 80; mission work, 5 
months; p. Rockland, Oct. 1880-Oct. 82; Bluehill, Oct. 1882-Jan. 85; 
eyes failed; w. c. Haverhill, Mass, acting as occasional supply, Aug. 
1885-. Author, doctrinal pamphlets and monographs. 

Address, 100 Main St., Haverhill, Mass. 

David Edw^ard Holmes, b. Stonington, Conn., Aug. 12, 1832; Colg. U. 
1858; Colg. T. S. 1858-59; R. T. S., a few months, 1859-60; dismissed to 
N. T. I. Address, 191 Thirtieth St., Chicago, 111. (1900.) 

Albert Melvin Hunt, b. North Fairfield, O., Sep. 1, 1837; Hillsdale C. 
1858-59; R. T. S. 1859-60; ord. Howell, Mich., Oct. 1860; p. Howell, 
Highland, and Alpine, Mich. ; Atlanta, 111. ; Cambria, Mich. ; Shab- 
bona. 111., 1885-86; La Salle, Oct. 1886-Jan. 88; Farmington, 1889- 
90; Petersburg, 1890; lecturer three or four years; invalid several 
years. Address, Kirkville, ]\Io. (1900.) 

*Daniel Elliott Lent, b. June 21, 1825; U. R. 1859; R. T. S. 1859-60; 
not ord.; manufacturer, Rochester, N. Y., 1860-91; d. Rochester, June 
3, 1891. 

*Samuel Thane Poinier, b. Cincinnati, O., Mar. 17, 1837; B. U. 1859; 
R. T. S. 1859-61 ; chaplain, U. S. Army, 1863-65 ; not ord. ; U. S. com- 
missioner, Spartanburg, S. C, 1866-97 ; editor, 1870-71 ; postmaster, 
Spartanburg, 1897-1909; d. Spartanburg, Mar. 27, 1909. 

♦Freeman Daniel Rickerson, b. Watertown, N. Y., Nov. 23, 1837 
U. R. 1856-58; ord. Grinnell, la., Apr. 24, 1859; p. Grinnell, 1858-60 
R. T. S. 1860-61 ; p. Moline, 111., 1861-64 ; Geneseo, 1864-67 ; Waukegan 
1867-70; Chicago, 1870-72; Quincy, 1872-76; Hannibal, ^lo., 1876-79 
Springfield, 111., 1879-83 ; Des Moines, la., 1883-85 ; Sioux City, 1885-88 
Phoenix, Ariz., 1889-92. Author, new arrangement of Pilgrim's Prog- 
ress; The Pastor's Handbook and Register. D.D., S. C, 1881; d. 
Phoenix, Mar. 29, 1892. 

Thomas Rose, b. Stephentown, N. Y., June 21, 1833; Un. C. 1859; 
R. T. S. 1859-60; last known residence was in California; (1900). 

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*Alonzo L. Seward, b. Cincinnati, O.; D. U. 1859; R. T. S. 1859-61; 
p. Moore's Hill, hid., 1867; Oqiiawka, III., 1874-75; (1900). 

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1862 

(Owing to the extension of the course from two to three years by vote 
of the Union in July I860, no class was graduated in 1862.) 

1863 

GRADUATES 

CHARLES E. SMITH, Class Secretary 

*ALMOND BARRELLE, b. South Hartford, N. Y., Aug. 26, 1834; 
Colg. U. 1859; R. T. S. 1863; ord. Rochester, N. Y., Oct. 15, 1863; p. 
in Colorado, 1863-65; Brooklyn, N. Y., 1865-67; Aleriden, Conn., 1867- 
71; Melrose, Mass., 1871-74; in business, Philadelphia, Pa., 1874-78; 
p. Rockland, Mass., Apr. 1878-Oct. 1882; in business, San Mateo, Fla., 
1883; p. Union ch., San Mateo, 1884-85; in business, San Mateo, 1885- 
89; Cincinnati. O., 1889-93; Boston, Mass., 1893-98; Harrisburg, and 
Reading. Pa., 1898-1909; d. Reading, Pa., Feb. 8, 1909. 

*WILLIAM ENTWISTLE, b. England, 1828; Bapt. C, Lancashire, 
Eng.; ord. New York, N. Y., May 1858; p. Howard, 1859-60; R. T. S. 
1863; p. Richburg. N. Y.. 1865-66; Frewsburg, 1866-67; Geneva, O., 
1867-68; Columbia, 1868-69; Orangeville, 1869-73; Pittsburg, Pa.. 1873- 
74; Philadelphia, 1874-77; Big Flats. N. Y., 1878-79; Dundee, 1879-80; 
Austinville, Pa., 1880-84; Philadelphia. 1885-88; d. Philadelphia, Feb. 
3, 1888. 

♦THOMAS TIESDELL FILMER, b. Luton, Kent, Eng., June 9, 
1830: U. R. 1860: R. T. S. 1863; ord. Clinton, Conn.. June 22, 1864; 
p. Clinton, 1863-64; Wecdsport, N. Y., 1864-Aug. 67; South Fram- 
ingham, Mass., Nov. 1867-Nov. 73; Webster, Nov. 1873-June 1903; 
d. Webster, Mass., Jan. 1, 1903. 

*THOMAS WATERMAN GREENE, b. Canterbury, Conn., Feb. 10, 
1837: S. C. I860: R- T. S. 1863: ord. Winchester, 111., Apr. 21, 1864; 
p. Winchester, 1864-68; Litchfield, 1868-70; editor, Lawrence. Kan.. 
1870-72; p. Junction City, 1872-74; Fort Scott, Kan., and Denver, Col., 
1874-75; pres., California C, Vacaville, Cal.. 1876-77; d. Camptonville, 
Cal.. Aug. 22. 1877. 

CHARLES EDMUND HEWITT, b. Galway, N. Y., Oct. 16. 1836; 
U. R. 1860; R. T. S. 1863; ord. Ypsilanti, Mich., Aug. 25, 1863; p. 

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Yp?ilanti. 1J^63-6S; Blooming^on, 111., 1S68-76; Centennial ch., Chicago, 
ISr;-??: Peoria, lSSO-i»: >ec, K. W. Bapt. Ed. Soc. 1SS9-. fin. sec 
Bapt. Thecl. Union, 1SS9-97; student sec., ibid.. 1897-. 

Address, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

WAYLAND HOYT, h. Cleveland, O., Feb. IS. It^^S. B. U. I860: 
Colg. T. S. liHV^l: R. T. S. 16^^: ord. Pittsfield. Mass.. .\iig. 1863; 
p. Pittsfield. 1863-M: Ninth St., Cincinnati, O.. 1864-67; Strong Place, 
Brookh-n, X. V.. 18(V-73; Tabernacle, New York, 1873-74; Shawmnt 
Ave., Boston, Mass., 1874-7o: Strong Place, Brookl.vn, X. Y., 1876- 
82; Memorial ch., Philadelphia, Pa., 18S2-89; First ch.. Minneapolis, 
Minn., 188^95; Epiphany ch., Philadelphia, Pa.. 1895-1905; stated sup- 
ply, 1905-. prof. Science and Religrion and .An of Public Speech, The- 
olc^caJ School, Temple U.. Philadelphia, 1906-. Author, Hints and 
H^'lfs for thf Christian Life; Present Lessons from Distant Days; 
Gleams from Panrs Prison; .-ilong the Pilgrimage; The Brook in the 
ll'oy; Light on Life's Highway; Saturday .-ifiernoon; For Shine and 
Shade: Helps I't'i'ord; At His Feet; Home Ideals; The Teaching of 
Onr Lord Concerning His Own Person, D.D., U. R., 1877; LL.D., 
Ursinus C. Address, 3604 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

♦JOHN BRECKENRIDGE JACKSON, b. Carrollton, 111., Nov. 7, 
IS32: S. C 1S55: ord. \:rdcv.. 1.1. Nov. 1855; p. Virden, Nov. 1855- 
June tO: R. T. S. 18tv3; p. Albion. N. Y., May 1863-Jan. 67; prof. 
Church Hist., B. U. T. S.. 1867-70; acting p. University Place ch., 
Chicago, 111., 1868 and 1876; p. Hyde Park ch.. Chicago. May 1878- 
Sep. 83; w. c Chicago, 18S3-1907. D.D., S. C. 1871; d. Chicago, 
111., Jan. 29. 1907. 

*THEOPHILUS JOHN KOTZLI, b. Ruschlikon, near Ziirich, Switz- 
erland. July 30. 1832; U. R. 18ciO; R. T. S. 1863; cit>- missionar\- in 
Cincinnati. 0.. 1863-64; traveling preacher and delegate, Christi.in Com- 
mission, 1864-65 ; ord. Evansville. Ind., Nov. 18co ; p. German ch., 
Evans^-ille, Sep. 1865- Feb. 67 ; teacher and occasional supply ; St. Louis, 
Mo-, 1867-93; Biblical work, ibid, 1893-1910; d. St. Louis, Mo.. Jan. 
6. 1910 

EZEKIEL WILSON MUNDY, b. Metuchen, N. J.. June 16. 1833; 
U. R. 18t«; R. T. S. 1863; ord. Syracuse, N. Y., June 1863; p. First ch., 
Syracuse, 18&3-66; Independent ch., Syracuse, 1866-79; united with 
Epis. ch.. 1879; librarian, S\-racuse Central Library-, 1S80-. .\uthor, 
sermons and lectures in pamphlets. Litt.D., S>Tacuse V., 1904. 

.\ddress. 121 College Place, Syracuse. N. Y. 

•WALTER McDUFFIE POTTER, b. Providence, R. I.. ^L-ly 8, 
1836; B. U. 1859; Andover T. S. one year: R. T. S. 1863; ord. Shel- 

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hiiriio Falls. Mass.. iSf..?; nii-^s A. 15. H. M. S.. ncnvcr. Col.. 18<v^- 
65; founded I'irst Hnpt. cli., Denver; d. Cranston. R. I.. Apr. 9. 1S(>6. 

*ADONIRAM JUDSON SAGE. I) Massillon. O.. Mar. 29. 1W6; 
L'. K. l.S<4); K. I. S. lS/>.?; ord. Slulhiirne Falls. Mass.. Oct. 22, 1«63; 
p. Shcll)iirne Falls, 18<kW)6; riiiladclphia. Fa., 1«68<)«); prof. Latin 
LanRuage and Literature, L'. R., 1S70 72; p. Hartford, Conn.. 1872-84; 
prof. Homiktics, H. U. T. S., 1884 88; retired on account of health; 
residence. Cincinnati. O.. 1888-1902. D.D.. V. R., 1S72; d Cincinnati. 
O , July 7. 1902. 

•JOHN SAWYER, 1>. Dorchester. III.. Sep. 5. 18.?(); S. C. 1860; 
R. 1". S. 18<K^; ord. Virden. III.. Nov. 8. 18<)3; p. Virden. 18^k?-(>4: 
Lawrence. Kan., W)5-<i6; supply, Southhoro. Mass., \i^rl> 67; day Head. 
1867-68; Hudson. 111.. 18f)9-70; in husiness. Normal. III.. 1871-74; North 
Ttsbury. Mass.. 1874 76; Greenville. 1876 77; d. Feb. 2h, 1878. 

•CHARLES SMITH SHEFFIELD, b. Jewett City. Conn., Oct. 13. 
IS,^.^; I', k. \M): R. r. S. 1S(.3; ord. Newfaue. N. Y.. Oct. 1. 18<)3 ; 
p. Newfane. July 18<kV Dec. U->; teacher. HulTalo. 18()7 71 ; Kansas 
City. Mo.. 1871-77; Atchison. Kan.. July 1878 July 80; pres.. Tierce 
City (Mo.). Hapt. Col.. 188(>?U; p. Memorial ch., Topeka, Kan., Sep. 
1884-Sep. 8f); Hays City, Kan., Sep. 1886-Sep. H7 ; editor and proprietor, 
IVcslcnt liaflist, 7o/>.-A-ri. 1887-89; p. Auburn. Nov. 1887-91; Sunday 
School miss., A. B. P. S., for Kansas, residence. Topeka, 18")l-Feb. 
1900; d. Topeka. Kans.. Feb. 11. I'XX). 

•THEODORE WARREN SHEPPARD, I. HriK'hton. N. J., Dec. 2, 
1833; U. R. 18()0: R. T. S. 18<)3 ; ord. I'laistow, N. 11., N<n-. 2, 18(>4 ; 
p. Plaistow, 1864^)8; Phenix, R. 1., 18^)8-80; supply. Providence, 1880- 
83; p. Scituate, Mass., 1883-88; sui)ply. Providence. R. I.. 1888 92; d 
Providence, Dec. 16. 1892. 

CHARLES EDWARD SMITH, I. Fall River, Mass.. Jan. 22. 1835; 
U. R. 1860; R. T. S. 18/.3; ord. Pawtucket, R. I., Aug. 1, 18^.3; p. Paw- 
tucket, 1863-68; Cincinnati, O., 18^)8-70; in business and su|)ply, Fulton 
ch., residence, Fulton, N. Y., 1870-71; p. New Haven, Conn., 1871-75; 
Syracuse, N. Y., 1876-82; in business, Syracuse, 1882-85; p. F'rcdonia, 
1885 1<XX); p. emeritus, ibid.. 1905-. Author. Tlw Ihiptism in hit,-: 
Tin- World Lighted. D.D.. V. R.. 1891. Address, Fredonia, N. Y. 

JAMES WORK, b. Shapinvay. Orkney Islands. Oct. 29. 1830; U. R. 
1,S<)(); R. T. S. W>?,\ ord. Nunda. N. Y.. Feb. 11. W<S\ miss, in Ork- 
ney Islands. 1863-<y); p. Lerwick. Shetland. 18//>-(>8; Kirkwall. Orkney. 
1868 70; Wick. Caithness. Scotland. 1870 76; Kelso. RoxburRhshirc. 
1876-80; mission work and writing religious books, Kirkwall. Orkney, 

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1881-92; w. c. residence, Buffalo, N. Y., 1892-. Author, several 
small religious books and tracts. Address, 139 Hoyt St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

*EDWIN ALLEN WYMAN, b. Skowhegan, Me., Apr. 15, 1834; Cy. 
C. one term; New Hampton Inst. 1860; R. T. S. 1863; ord. Kennebunk- 
port. Me., Sep. 30, 1863; p. Kennebunkport, 1863-64; Essex, N. Y., 
1864-68; stated supply and prof. Louisiana (Mo.) C, p. 1869; Turner's 
Falls, Mass., 1872-75; stated supply, Montague City, 1875-79; w. c. en- 
gaged in editorial and literary work. Maiden, Mass., 1880-1900. Au- 
thor, Acquaintance with God; Ships by Day. Ph.D., Mid. C, 1875; 
D.D., ib., 1878; d. Maiden, Mass., May 30, 1900. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS. 

John Lord Jenkins, Rochester, N. Y., R. T. S., 1862-63; A.B., U. R., 
1863; ord. p. Kokoma, Ind., 1863-65; Gainesville, N. Y., 1866-69; Cas- 
tile, 1869-71 ; Ashland, Pa., 1871-73 ; Shawnee, 1873-79 ; Jasper, N. Y., 
1879-83; druggist, Preston, la., 1883-. Address, Preston, la. 

Erasmus C. Johnson, b. Charleston, N. Y., Jan. 5, 1823; R. T. S. 1861- 
63; w. c. New York, 1888-89; (1900). 

*Jeremiah Huston Smith, b. Aurora, Ind., Mar. 19, 1836; F. C. 1858; 
R. T. S. 1861-62; ord. Aurora, Ind., 1860; p. Aurora and Jeffersonville, 
1860-61 ; prof. Ladoga Female Sem., 1862-65 ; p. Bloomingdale, 111., 
1866-67; Franklin, Ind., 1868-70; agent, F. C, and prof. Languages, ib. ; 
p. Camden, O., 187(^80; Perry, 1880-83; Chardon, 1883-84; Wellington, 
1884-88; Fletcher, 1888-89; Spring Creek, 1889-91; Greenville, 1891- 
93; Colbrook, 1893-94; d. Colbrook, Jan. 29, 1894. 

*Robert Hall Tozer, b. Abergavenny, Eng., Dec. 20, 1831; O. C. 1860; 
R. T. S. 1860-62; ord. Free Will Bapt., Hillsdale, Mich., Nov. 1869; 
p. Free Will Bapt. ch., Fairport, N. Y. ; Waterbury Center, Vt., also 
principal. Green Mt. Seminary, Waterbury Center, during pastorate; 
p. Meredith Village, N. H. ; Taunton, Mass.; East Corinth, Me.; d. in 
Florida, Mar. 29, 1889. 

*Joseph Webster, b. Saybrook, O., Feb. 15, 1832; R. T. S. 1860-62; 
not ord.; 2d Lieut. Co. E, 29th Regt. N. Y. Vols.; wounded in battle 
before Richmond, June 27, 1862; d. in General Hospital, Portsmouth, 
Va., July 22, 1862. 

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1864 

GRADUATES 

HENRY L. MOREHOUSE, Class Secretary 

JAMES HERVEY APPLETON, b. Ossining, N. Y., Jan. 27, 1839; 
Central High Scliool, Philadelphia, Pa.; ord. Philadelphia, June 21, 
1860; p. Davisville, Pa., 1860-61; R. T. S. 1861-62; P. T. S. 1862-63; 
R. T. S. 1864; p. Allentown, Pa., 1865-68; New York, N. Y., 1868-71; 
Washington, D. C, 1871-75; w. c. Allentown, Pa., 1875-77; Boonton, 
N. J., 1878-79; united with P. E. ch., 1879. 

Address, 339 77th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

*ABIJAH L. BAKER, b. Urbana, O., Aug. 22, 1831; U. R. 1861; 
R. T. S. 1864; ord. Oakland, Cal., 1864; p. Oakland, 1864; principal, 
Attica (Ind.) Scientific Institute, 1864-65; d. Attica, Dec. 15, 1866. 

KENDRICK WILLIAM BENTON, b. Sherburne, N. Y., Apr. 29, 
1838; U. R. 1861; R. T. S. 1864; agt. A. T. Soc, in U. S. army and 
navy, 1861-64; ord. Morrison, 111., Aug. 24, 1865; p. Morrison, 1865- 
67; Kewanee, 1867-72; supply, Mt. Pleasant, la., 1872-73; p. Richmond, 
Ind., 1874-76; assistant editor. Journal and Messenger, Cincinnati, O., 
1876-84; mission work, Auburn Park, 111., address, Chicago, 1884-. 
sec. Englewood, Y. M. C. A., 1887. 

Address, 6309 Stewart Ave., Chicago, 111. 

ALEXANDER CAMERON; U. R. 1864; R. T. S. 1864; p. Lindsay, 
Ont., 1864-66; deposed by action of a council called by the church in 
Lindsay, Oct. 31, 1866; residence, Woodville, Ont., (1900). 

^FREDERIC LEONARD CHAPELL, b. Waterford, Conn., Nov. 9, 
1836; Y. C. 1860; R. T. S. 1864; ord. Middletown, O., Sep. 29, 1864; 
p. Middletown, 1864-71; Evanston, 111., 1871-78; Janesville, Wis., 1878- 
81 ; Flemington, N. J., 1881-89 ; dean, Gordon Missionary Training 
School, Boston, Mass., 1889-Feb. 1900. Author, The Eleventh Hour 
Laborers; d. Newport, R. I., Feb. 16, 1900. 

*CYRUS AMANZEL CHILCOTT, b. East Hamburg, N. Y., Oct. 
30, 1836; U. R. 1861; R. T. S. 1864; ord. Frcdonia, N. Y., July 20, 
1864; miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, Bangkok, Siam, 1864-65; d. Bangkok, Dec. 
30. 1865. 

♦INCREASE CHILD, b. Greenfield, N. Y., Dec. 10, 1827; U. R. 1859; 

ord. Towanda, Pa., Nov. 1859; p. Towanda, 1859-61; R. T. S. 1864; 

p. Trumansburg, N. Y., 1864-65; Xenia, O., 1865-67; Madison, 1867- 

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71; Conneaut, 1871-78; Frewsburg, N. Y., 1878-87; Andover, 1887- 
88; Alabama, 1888-Apr. 90; Middlebury, Apr. 1890-Oct. 98; w. c. 
Hamilton, N. Y., Oct., 1898-May, 1901; d. Hamilton, May 9, 1901. 

MILTON BOOKSTAVER COMFORT, b. Montgomery, N. Y., Nov. 
5, 1833; U. R. 1861; R. T. S. 1864; ord. Oswego, N. Y., Mar. 6, 1866; 
miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, Gauhati, Assam, 1866-74; p. Pulaski, N. Y., 
1875-Oct. 81; Belleville, Nov. 1881-May 89; Perry, Nov. 1889-Sep. 
93; Ripley, Sep. 1893-May 96; Niagara St., Rochester, May 1896-Aug. 
98; Newfane, Nov. 1898-Aug. 1908; Evans, Feb. 1909-. 

Address, Angola, N. Y. 

*FRANCIS DRAKE FENNER, b. Henrietta, N. Y., Jan. 7, 1832; 
U. R. 1861; R. T. S. 1864; ord. Ovid Center, N. Y., Sep. 14, 1864; 
p. Ovid Center, 1864-67; Jordan, 1867-71; Parma, 1871-74; Ovid Center, 
1874-77; West Somerset, 1877-82; Dysinger, 1882-90; North Manlius, 
1890-94; d. North Manlius, Jan. 29, 1894. 

*JAMES PETER LUDLOW, b. Charleston, S. C, Jan. 5, 1833; U. R. 
1861; R. T. S. 1864; preached at Lake Ave. miss., Rochester, while in 
Seminary; U. S. Christian Com., 1863; ord. Newport, R. L, 1864; 
miss. A. B. H. M. Soc, San Francisco, Cal., preached to First Bapt. ch., 
1864-65; p. Tabernacle ch., San Francisco, 1865-70; Sacramento, 1871- 
12>; Olympia, Wash., 1875-82; Seattle, 1882-89; seaman's chaplain, Kobe, 
Japan, 1889-92; w. c. Seattle, Wash., 1892-98; d. Seattle, May 7, 1898. 

HENRY LYMAN MOREHOUSE, b. Stanford, N. Y., Oct. 2, 1834; 
U. R. 1858; R. T. S. 1864; ord. East Saginaw, Mich., Dec. 7, 1864; p. 
East Saginaw, Oct., 1864-Jan. 1873 ; Park Ave. ch., Rochester, Jan. 
1873-July 79; cor. secy., N. Y. B. U. for M. E., 1877-79; cor. secy., 
A. B. H. M. Soc, New York, N. Y., July 1879-Mar. 93; field secy., 
ib., Mar. 1893-July 1902; cor. secy., A. B. Ed. Soc, May 1893-. cor. 
secy., A. B. H. M. Soc, Oct. 1902-. Author, Baptist Home Missions 
in America; History Seventy-Five Years of First Baptist Church, Brook- 
lyn. D.D., U. R., 1879; LL.D., U. R., 1908. 

Address, 23 East 26th St., New York City. 

*GEORGE ALLEN SIMONSON, b. Providence, R. I., Dec. 25, 1835; 
Polytechnic C. 1861; R. T. S. 1864; ord. Goshen, Ind., June 16. 1864; 
p. Goshen, 1864-65; Naperville. 111.. 1865-67; Pontiac, 1867-70; sup- 
ply, La Crosse, Wis., 1871; p. Hartford, Conn., 1871-74; Newark, N. 
J., 1874-82; d. Burlington, N. J., Jan. 15, 1884. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS. 

*John Barnard, b. Pittsfield, O., Nov. 23, 1831; U. M. 1857; R. T. S. 

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1861-63; supply, Orland, Ind., in vacation of 1863; d. during senior 
year, Rochester, Oct. 13, 1863. 

Gavin Lindsay Hamilton, Presb., b. Rodger Hill, Lanarkshire, Scot- 
land, Feb. 16, 1831; U. R. 1861; Aub. T. S. 1861-62; R. T. S. 1862- 
63; dismissed to Aub. T. S. 

Address, 245 Alexander St., Rochester, N. Y. 

Joseph Thomas Robert, b. Robertville, S. C, Aug. 7, 1835; D. U.; 
1857-58; U. R. 1860-62; R. T. S. 1861-62; dismissed to U. T. S. 

Address, 163 Randolph St., Chicago, III. 

15-*8 

1865 

GRADUATES 

JAMES GOODMAN, Class Secretary 

WILLIAM FOLWELL BAINBRIDGE, b. Stockbridge, N. Y., Jan. 
15, 1.^3; U. R. 1862; R. T. S. 1865; ord. Erie, Pa., 1865; p. Erie, 
1865-68; Central ch., Providence, R. I., Jan. 1869-Dec. 1878; travel- 
ing, 1879-81; lecturing on Foreign Missions, 1882-86; supt. and Cor. 
Secy., Brooklyn City Mission and Tract. Soc, 1886-89; p. Delaware 
Ave. ch., Wilmington, Del., 1890-94; research, Levant, London, Paris 
and New York, 1894-. Author, Around the World Tour of Christian 
Missions; Along the Lines at the Front; Self Giving. 

Address, 34 Gramercy Park, New York, N. Y. 

♦ADOLFHUS JULIUS FREDERICK BEHRENDS, b. Nymegin, 
Holland, Dec. 18, 1839; D. U. 1862; R. T. S. 1865; ord. Yonkers. N. Y., 
July 27, 1865; p. Warburton Ave. ch., Yonkers, July 1865-Sep. 73; 
First ch., Cleveland, O., Sep. 1873-Feb. 1876; united with Union Cong, 
ch., Providence, R. I., Mar. 1876-. Author, Socialism and Christianity 
1866; Philosophy of Preaching (Yale Lectures, 1890) ; The World for 
Christ (Graves Lectures, Syracuse Univ.). D.D., Richmond College, 
1874; S. T. D., Y. U., 1890; d. Brooklyn, N. Y., May 22, 1900. 

*FRANCIS HENRY DAVIS, b. Kingsville, C, July 17, 1837; U. R. 
1860; R. T. S. 1865; ord. White Pigeon, Mich., 1865; p. White Pigeon, 
1865-67 ; Napolean, 1867-72 ; d. Napolean, Apr. 2, 1872. 

JAMES GOODMAN, b. Clipstone, Eng., Dec. 31, 1840; U. C. 1862; 
R. T. S. 1865; ord. Chicago, 111., June 1865; preaching, various places 
in England, 1865; supply, Phelps, N. Y., 1866; Clifton Springs, 1867- 
68: p. Cornwall, 1870-73; Hyde Park, 111., 1875-77; Colorado Springs, 

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Col. 1879; Bradford, 111., 1880; Paw Paw, Mich., 1881-84; Sault Ste. 
Marie, 1884-87; Eaton Rapids, 1887-89; St. Clair, 1890; Greenwood, 
111., 1892-93; Grant Park, 1895-96; mission work, Parkside, Chicago, 
1897; press division, U. C, 1898-99; assistant p. Immanuel ch., Chi- 
cago, Sep. 1901-. Address, Immanuel Baptist Church, Chicago, 111. 

CARL TRAUGOTT KREYER, b. Groedel, Dresden, Germany, Jan. 
16, 1839; U. R. 1863; R. T. S. 1865; ord. Waterloo, N. Y., Feb. 
1863 ; p. Waterloo, spring and summer, 1863 ; autumn, 1864-autumn, 
65; miss. A. B. F. M. Soc. Ningpo and Hangchow, China, 1866-Dec. 69; 
prof. Kauchang-Miau College, Dec. 1869-Jan. 75 ; translator to Chinese 
Government, Jan. 1875-Apr. 80; sec. and later counsellor of Embassy 
at the Chinese Legations, Berlin, Vienna, Rome, The Hague, Brussels, 
Paris and St. Petersburg, 1880-1903 ; Specialized in Political Economy 
and Science of Finance, U. Berlin, 1897-1902 ; retired ; counsellor of 
Chinese Legation in Rome, 1908-. Author of many translations of 
scientific and legal works. Ph.D., U. R., 1876; LL.D., U. R., 1908; 
several Chinese and Prussian Orders. 

Address, Nervi presso Genova, Villa Kreyer, Italy. 

WILLIAM JAMES LEONARD, b. Plainfield, N. J., July 3, 1837 
U. R. 1862 ; R. T. S. 1865 ; ord. Evanston, 111., Sep. 7, 1865 ; p. Evanston 
Sep. 1865-Nov. 68 ; pulpit supply, 1869-71 ; mercantile and other pursuits 
1871-. Address, 30 Rockland St., Boston, Mass 

JAMES LISK, b. Isleta, C, Oct. 16, 1839; D. U. 1862; R. T. S. 1865 
ord. Cincinnati, O., June, 1865 ; p. Cincinnati, 1865-67 ; Rockford, 111. 
1867-69; Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa., 1870-83; dist. secy., A. B. P 
Soc, New York, N. Y., 1883-84; p. Centennial ch., Philadelphia, Pa. 
1884-Dec. 91; Bordentown, N. J., Jan. 1892-Mar. 1902; First ch. 
Hackensack, Mar. 1902- D.D., D. U., 1881 ; Hackensack, N. J 

*EZRA FREDERICK OWEN, b. Bennington, N. Y., Feb. 20, 1835 
U. R. 1862; R. T. S. 1865; ord. First Bapt. ch., Rochester, N. Y., Mar. 
14, 1869; agent, A. T. S., Rochester, 1865-72; p. Royalton, 1873- 
76; Prattsburg, 1876-82; Springville, 1882-88; w. c. Washington, D. 
C, 1888-95; d. Washington, June 14, 1895. 

RICHARD FRANKLIN POWERS, b. Hamburg, N. Y., Feb. 6, 
1834; U. R. 1860; R. T. S. 1865; ord. Hamburg, N. Y., Oct. 17, 1865; 
miss. p. at Macon City, Mo., and Mazomanie, Wis., Jan. 1866^Jan. 
70; preaching and other pursuits, Hamburg, 1871-84; w. c. Willink, 
1884-. Address, Willink, N. Y. 

*ALVIN WALTER TOUSEY, b. Portage, N. Y., June 4, 1837; U. R. 
1862; R. T. S. 1865; ord. Chicago, 111., 1866; p. North ch., Chicago, 
1865-66; Freeport, 1866-68; Erie, Pa., 1868-69; d. Winfield, Kan., Sep. 
5, 1871. 

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SPECIAL STUDENTS. 

♦Henry Harris Northrup, b. Utica, N. Y., Apr. 17, 1838; S. C. 1858- 
61; ord. Monmouth, 111., Sep. 1861; p. Moninouth, 1861-62; R. T. S. 
1862-63; p. Galesburg, 111., 1863-64; Carthage, 1864-66; Pana, 1866-69; 
Chillicothe, O., 1869-70; Tiffin, 1870-71; Newton Upper Falls, Mass., 
1871-72; Richville Center, N. Y., 1874-75; united with Free Evangelical 
Cong, ch., 1875; w. c. Providence, 1889-91. Author, History of the 
French Revolution; d. Providence, Nov. 25, 1891. 

*William Arnold Stevens, b. Granville, O., Feb. 5, 1839; D. U. 1862; 
R. T. S. 1862-63; classical tutor, D. U., 1863-65; student of Philology 
and Theology, H. U., and Universities of Leipzig and Berlin, 1865-68; 
prof. Greek Lang, and Lit., D. U.. 1866-77; prof. Biblical Literature and 
N. T., Exegesis, R. T. S. 1877-1910. Author, Select Orations of Lysias; 
Commentary on the Epistles to the Thessalonians; (with Ernest De- 
Witt Burton), A Handbook of the Life of Christ, and A Harmony of 
the Gospels for Historical Study; and many published articles. D.D., 
D. U., 1882; LL.D., U. R., 1882; d. Rochester, Jan. 2, 1910. 

12-*6 

1866 

GRADUATES 

JAMES F. HILL, Class Secretary 

*FRANK ADKINS, b. Marietta, O., Nov. 21, 1841; Colg. U. 1861; 
teacher, 1861-63; R. T. S. 1866; ord. Akron, O., Jan. 23, 1867; p. 
Akron, 1866-69; Iowa City, la., 1870-75; prof. Greek, Central Univ., 
Pella, la., 1875-76; p. Elyria, O., 1878-85; Tecumseh, Mich., 1885-92; 
w. c. Granville, O., 1892-97; secy., Ohio Bapt. Ed. Soc, Granville, Feb. 
1897-Aug. 98; d. Mt. Vernon, 6., Aug. 18, 1898. 

BETHUEL HEDDEN BRASTED, b. Howard, N. Y., Dec. 28, 1832; 
ord. Junius, N. Y., 1858; U. R. 1863; R. T. S. 1866; p. Dunkirk, N. 
Y., 1866-67; Sinclairville, 1867-69; Pleasantville, Pa., 1869-71; Atlantic, 
la., 1871; financial agent, Des ^loines C, 1871-72; p. and evangelist. 
Shell Rock, la., 1872-82; p. Spirit Lake, 1883-87; St. James, Minn., 
1887-90; Brookings, S. D., 1890-93; Grace ch., Minneapolis, Minn., 
1893-95; supt., N. D. Children's Home Soc, Fargo, N. D., 1895-1903; 
\v. c. Naysa, Calif., 1903-. Author, Spirit Lake Massacre. 

Address, 121 A. St., Naysa, Calif. 

*J. WARD BURT CLARK, b. Rushford, N. Y., May, 8, 1831; Alle- 
gheny C. 1855; ord. Ashtabula, O., 1858; R. T. S. 1866; p. Ports- 

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mouth, O., 1866-70; Albion, N. Y., 1870-79; w. c. Haverhill, Mass., 
1880-89. D.D., U. R., 1877; d. Haverhill, Aug. 6, 1889. 

*SAMUEL WHITE DUNCAN, b. Haverhill, Mass., Dec. 19, 1839; 
B. U. 1860; N. T. I. 1861-62; capt. U. S. Army, 1862-63; R. T. S. 
1866; ord. Cleveland, O., Apr. 18, 1867; p. Euclid Ave. ch., Cleveland, 
Aug. 1866-Mar. 75; Ninth St. ch., Cincinnati, Mar. 1875-Sep. 83; 
Second ch., Rochester, N. Y., 1883-July 88; w. c. Haverhill, Mass., 

■ 1888-90 ; acting foreign secy., A. B. F. M. Soc. Dec. 1890-May 91 ; for- 
eign secy., A. B. F. M. Soc, May 1892-Oct. 98. Author, Historical Dis- 
course Commemorative of 50th Anniversary of Ninth St. Baptist 
Church, Cincinnati, O.; Historical Oration upon 250th Anniversary of 
Settlement of Haverhill, Mass. D.D., U. C, 1875; d. Brookline, Oct. 
30, 1898. 

THOMAS WAKEFIELD GOODSPEED, b. Glens Falls, N. Y., 
Sep. 4, 1842; U. R. 1863; R. T. S. 1866; ord. Second Bapt ch., Chi- 
cago, 111., Mar. 1865 ; pastoral supply. North ch., Chicago, 1865 ; p. 
Vermont St. ch., Quincy 111., 1866-72; associate p. Second ch., Chicago, 
1872-76; Morgan Pk. ch., Chicago, 1877-80; secy., B. U. T. S., 1876- 
89 ; secy, and treas., N. W. Bapt. Ed. Soc, 1885-89 ; secy., U. C, 1890-. 
registrar, U. C, 1896-. secy., and member board trustees, Bapt. Theol. 
Union, 1894- D.D., U. C, 1886. 

Address, 5630 Kimbark Ave., Chicago, 111. 

JAMES FERDINAND HILL, b. Thompson, Conn., Aug. 12, 1839; 
Kal. C. 1863; R. T. S. 1866; ord. Norwalk, O., Sep. 4, 1866; p. Norwalk, 
1866-May 70; Muskegon, Mich., Sep. 1870-Aug. 84; Big Rapids, Mar. 
1885-May 87; Wahpeton, N. D., and Breckenridge, Minn., June 1887- 
June 90 ; supply, Minneapolis, July 1890-Nov. 91 ; p. Northfield, Minn., 
Nov. 1891-May 1904; w. c Northfield, June 1904-. 

Address, Northfield, Minn. 

DAVID PORTER LEAS, b. Shirleysburg, Pa., Sep. 11, 1842; Buck. 
U. 1863; R. T. S. 1866; ord. Horseheads, N. Y., Nov. 15, 1866; p. 
Horseheads, Sep. 1866-July 68; w. c Philadelphia, Pa., 1868- treas. 
and trustee, Bu. U., 1882-. 

Address, 400 South 40th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

EBEN LANGDON LITTLE, b. Salisbury, N. H., Apr. 30, 1837; 
U. M. 1861; R. T. S. 1866; ord. Clifton, N. Y., Dec 6, 1866; p. Clif- 
ton, June 1866-May 68; Fairport, May 1868-Apr. 71; Lapeer, Mich., 
Sep. 1871-Sep. 77; Alpena, Apr. 1878-May 89; Owosso, May 1889- 
June 93; Oberlin, O., July 1893-July 97; w. c Alpena, Mich., Sep. 
1897- ; commissioner of schools. Alpena Co., Mich., Apr. 1899-1901; 
miss. p. at Millersburg, Onaway and Tower, 1901-04; p. Millersburg, 
1901-. Address, 216 State St., Alpena, Mich. 

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♦THOMAS S. MIZE, b. Troy. 111., Jan. 27, 1840; S. C. 1862; R. T. S. 
1866; ord. l'aril)aii]t. Minn.. Dec. 19, 1866; p. Clinton, Wis., Jan. 1867- 
Apr. 1872; d. Clinton. Apr. 29, 1872. 

HENRY KIRKE PORTER, b. Concord, N. H., Nov. 24, 1840; B. U. 
1860; N. T. I. 1861-<)2; corporal. 45th Mass. Vols., 1862-63; R. T. S. 
1866; not ord.; manufacturer, Pittsburg, Pa., 1868-. M. C, Pittsburg, 
1903-05. LL.D.. Bu. U. Address, Pittsburg, Pa. 

SAMUEL HARTWELL PRATT, b. Southbridge, Mass., June 12, 
1839; B. U., Ph.B., 1863; 10th R. I. Vol., for three months' service in 
Civil War, 1862; R. T. S. 1866; ord. Springfield, Mass., Aug. 7, 1866; 
p. Huntington, Mass.; Central ch., Salem; Calvary ch., Salem; Clin- 
ton Ave., ch., Brooklyn, N. Y. ; First ch., Syracuse ; Tabernacle ch., 
Lowell, Mass., 1875-81; evangelist, Springfield, Mass., 1882- ; Inaug- 
urated "Tent Evangel" Work, N. Y. C, 1899-1904; Los Angeles, Calif., 
1904. Address, 438 South Olive St., Los Angeles, Calif. 

ADONIRAM JUDSON ROWLAND, b. Valley Forge, Pa., June 12, 
1840; Bu. U. 1862; ord. Parker Ford, Pa., Oct. 1862; chaplain, U. S. 
Army, 1862-63; R. T. S. 1866; p. Mt. Auburn, Cincinnati, O., 1866- 
68; president, Mt. Auburn Institute, 1868-70; p. First ch., Pittsburg, 
Pa., 1870-72; Tent ch., Philadelphia, 1872-84; Franklin Square ch., 
Baltimore, Md., 1884-95; general secy., A. B. Pub. Soc, Philadelphia. 
Pa., 1895-. Author, A Handbook on the Pentateuch; editor. Our 
Young People, 1880-. writer of Senior Quarterly, 1882-95. D.D., Bu. 
U., 1880; LL.D., Bu. U., 1906. 

Address, 1701 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS. 

Jonathan Edv/ards Bell, b. Durham, Eng., May, 3, 1841; R. T. S. 
1863-66; ord. New London, Conn., Sep. 12, 1866; p. New London, 
1866-68; Philadelphia, Pa., 1868-73; Woodhull, N. Y., 1873-75; Mans- 
field. Pa., 1875; editor, American Flag, 1890; residence, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
(1900). 

♦John Craft, b. in Lycoming Co., Pa., Jan. 5, 1836; U. R. 1864; R. T. S. 
1864-65; ord. Kingsbury, Ind., 1865; p. Kingsbury, 1865-66; Sumption 
Prairie, 1866-68; Kingsbury, 1868-70; Salem, 1870-71; invalid, Kings- 
bury, 1871-72; d. Kingsbury, Dec. 11, 1872. 

♦Orlando Brazed Hendrick, b. South Wilbraham, Mass., Sep. 10, 
1838; Allengheny C. 1861; ord. Lincsville, Pa., 1860; p. Greenfield, O., 
1860-62 ; Spring and Randolph, Pa., 1862-63 ; R. T. S. 1863-65 ; d. dur- 
ing Seminary course, Rochester, N. Y., Jan. 28, 1865. 

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*Charles Henry Johnson, b. Prattsburg, N. Y., Jan. 6, 1833; U. R. 
1864; R. T. S. 1864-66; ord. Centreville, Mich., Dec. 6, 1866; p. Centre- 
ville, 1866-67; Linesville, Pa., 1868-70; Hillsville, 1870-72; New Bright- 
on, 1872-76; Colebrook, O., 1876-81; Garrettsville, 1882-84; d. Garretts- 
ville, Apr. 15, 1884. 

*Thomas Turner, b. Madison, Ind. ; R. T. S. 1863-66; Columbus, O. ; 
deceased. 

17-*8 

1867 

GRADUATES 

VOLNEY A. SAGE, Class Secretary 

*CHARLES HENRY BARTO, b. Truniansburg, N. Y., June 19, 
1840; U. R. 1862; R. T. S. 1867; agent, Am. S. S. Union, Pittsburg, 
Pa., 1867-68; ord. Uniontown, Pa., Feb. 6, 1868; p. Uniontown, 1868- 
72; financial secy., Mt. Pleasant Institute, 1873-74; p. Lock Haven, 
1874-76 ; health failed ; general agent, A. T. Soc, headquarters, Phila- 
delphia, 1876-83. Author, pamphlet. The Dark Races of the American 
Continent; d. Wenonah, N. J., Aug. 19, 1883. 

JAMES HENRY BRITTAIN, b. Birmingham, Eng., Feb. 29, 1840; 
U. R. 1864; R. T. S. 1867; ord. Vineland, N. J., Sep. 26, 1867; p. Vine- 
land, Aug. 1867-Nov. 70; Willistown, Pa., Apr. 1871-Apr. 72,; Moores- 
town, N. J., Apr. 1873-Oct. 82; Fuller Memorial ch., Baltimore, Md., 
Oct. 1882-July 90; secy., Md. Bapt. Union Association, 1883-89; p. 
Luzerne Ave. ch., Pittston, Pa., July 1890-Apr. 95; Brookdale, N. J., 
May 1898-May 1908; w. c. Bernardsville, May 1908-. 

Address, Bernardsville, N. J. 

JOSEPH FREEMAN ELDER, b. Portland, Me., Mar. 10, 1839; 
Cy. C. 1860; prin. Hebron Academy, Me., 1860-61; private tutor in Mid- 
dletown, O., Feb. 1862-July 64; R. T. S. 1867; ord. North Orange, N. 
J., May 1, 1867; p. North Orange, 1867-Dec. 69; Bapt. Church of the 
Epiphany, New York, N. Y., Jan. 1870-May 90; Calvary ch., Albany, 
Sept. 1890-Mar. 1902; w. c. N. Y. City, 1902-. D.D., Colg. U., 1875. 
Address, 875 Longwood Ave., New York, N. Y. 

*FOREST FAYETTE EMERSON, b. Lynnfield, Mass., May 16, 
1839 ; U. S. Army, 1862 ; B. U. 1863 ; N. T. L 1863-64 ; R. T. S. 1867 ; 
ord. Wellsville, N. Y., May 25, 1865; p. Wellsville, 1865-66; Brock- 
port, 1866-68; First ch., Gloucester, Mass., Mar. 1868-Oct. 7Z; Asy- 
lum Ave. ch., Hartford, Conn., Oct. 1873-Mar. 79; united with Cong. 

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denomination, 1879; in business and occasional supply, Providence, R. 
I., 1896-1902. Author, Christ's Teaching Concerning the Use of Money; 
Motive Power of the Christian Life; Socialism and Christianity; The 
Sympathy of God; Light in Darkness; d. Newport, R. I., May 10, 1902. 

♦JOHN DERRICK GRIEBEL, b. Saxe-Coburg, Ger., Feb. 24, 1836; 
U. R. 1863; R. T. S. 1867; ord. Newport, Ky., June 18, 1867; p. New- 
port, 1867; Marietta, O., 1867-69; Cincinnati, 1869-71; Wilkesbarre, 
Pa., 1871-74; mission work, Wilkesbarre, 1874-78; p. Lockland, O., 
1878-80; mission work, Philadelphia, Pa., 1880-84; mercantile pur- 
suits, Cincinnati, O., 1884-94; mercantile pursuits and mission work, 
National City, Cal, 1894-1902; d. National City, Calif., Sept. 20, 1902. 

WILLIAM POTTS HELLINGS, b. Huntingdon Valley, Pa., May 
13, 1837; U. R. 1864; R. T. S. 1867; ord. Germantown, Philadelphia, 
Pa., Feb. 26, 1867; p. Second ch., Germantown, 1867-70; Scranton, 
Jan. 1870-77; Lockport, N. Y., June 1877-85; First ch., Milwaukee, 
Wis., Jan. 1885-92; First ch., Omaha, Neb., Aug. 1892-96; Jamestown, 
N. Y., Oct. 1896-Jan. 1902 ; First ch., Buffalo, Feb. 1902-. D.D., S. C, 
1892. Address, 170 W. Utica St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

JOHN SOPHUS HOLMES, b. Frederickshaven, Denmark, July 11, 
1840; B. U. 1864; R. T. S. 1867; ord. Lynn, Mass., June 18, 1867; p. 
Washington St. ch., Lynn, 1867-74; East ch., Lynn, 1874-78; First ch., 
Adrian, Mich., June 1878-Dec. 88; First ch.. Bay City, Jan. 1889-Oct. 
93; First ch., Terre Haute, Ind., Oct. 1893-June 97; w. c. Middleboro, 
Mass., June 1897-May 98; p. Adams Square ch., Worcester, May 1898- 
1902; w. c. supplying, res., Middleboro, 1902- D.D., Kal. C, 1885. 

Address, Barden Hill, Middleboro, i\Iass. 

WILLIAM McINTIRE LISLE, b. New Haven, O., Mar. 17, 1842; 
D. U. 1864; N. T. L 1864-65; R. T. S. 1867; ord. Rochester, N. Y., 
Sep. 1867; miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, Bangkok, Siam, 1867-69; p. W. New- 
ton, Mass., 1870-75; w. c. 1875-77; p. Somerville, 1877-82; Stewart St. 
ch., Providence, R. L, 1882-90 ; literary and evangelistic work, residence, 
W. Newton, Mass., 1890-. Author, The Evolution of Spiritual Man. 

Address, West Newton, Mass. 

JOHN MERZ, b. Blaubeuren, Wurtemburg, Ger., Feb. 6, 1837; G. D. 
1861-62; U. R. 1863-64; R. T. S. 1867; ord. Peoria, 111., Mar. 17, 1867; 
p. German ch., Peoria, 1867-69; Sweden, N. Y., 1874-75; occasional 
supply, Spencerport, 1876-81 ; supply, in Clinton, Gratiot and Ionia coun- 
ties, Mich., 1881-86; w. c. occasional supply, residence, Spencerport, N. 
Y. 1887-. Address, Spencerport, N. Y. 

CLEOPHAS MONJEAU, b. Montreal, Que., Aug. 20, 1839; Grande 
Ligne College and tutors, 1861-64; Hartford Theological Institute, 

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1867 

1864-66; R. T. S. 1867; ord. York, N. Y., Nov. 7, 1867; p. York, 1867- 
68; Milwaukee, Wis., 1868-69; Newport, Ky., 1869-70; student, Univ. 
Berlin, 1871-73; heard lectures in Leipzig and Rome, 1873-74; p. To- 
peka, Kan., 1874-79; Kansas City, Mo., 1879-80; health failed, retired; 
mercantile pursuits, 1880-. Address, Middletown, O. 

*CHARLES DAVID MORRIS, b. Llansillin, Denbighshire, N. Wales, 
June 6, 1839; U. R. 1663-64; R. T. S. 1867; ord. Toledo, O., Oct. 
1867; p. Toledo, 1867-82; Gloucester, Mass., 1882-88; D.D., B. U. T. S., 
1879; d. Gloucester, Apr. 17, 1888. 

*LEWIS FORD RAYMOND, b. Cooperstown, N. Y., Feb. 22, 1840 
B. U. 1864; N. T. I. 1864-65; R. T. S. 1867; ord. Beloit, Wis., 1867 
p. Beloit, and supply, Monmouth, 111., and Sun Prairie, Wis., 1867-72 
p. Dubuque, la., 1872-74; health failed; in Europe, 1875; occasional 
supply, 1876-78; invalid, 1878-81; d. Chicago, 111., Apr. 1, 1881. 

HARRAH JUDSON REYNOLDS, b. Granville, N. Y., Sep. 13, 
1835; U. R. 1864; R. T. S. 1867; not ord.; teaching, Rochester, 1864- 
67; Flushing, 1868-72; Rochester, 1876-. secy. Rochester, Y. M. C. A. 
1875-76; 1878-79. Address, 26 Brighton St., Rochester, N. Y. 

VOLNEY ALLEN SAGE, b. Wheatland, N. Y., Aug. 12, 1839; U. R. 
1863; R. T. S. 1867; ord. Clyde, N. Y., Aug. 29, 1867; p. Clyde, 1867-69; 
Greece, 1869-74; Cuba, 1875-87; Perry, 1887-89; Hebron ch., St. Paul, 
Minn. 1899-93; Clifton Springs, N. Y., 1894- 

Address, Clifton Springs, N. Y. 

*HERMANN MORITZ SCHAEFFER, b. Lage, Lippe-Detmold, 
Ger., Aug. 22, 1839; G. D. 1861-64; U. R. 1864-65; R. T. S. 1867; p. 
German ch., Holland, N. Y., 1864; German ch., New Haven, Conn., 
1864-66; ord. New York, N. Y., Mar. 17, 1867; p. First German ch., 
New York, 1867-72; prof. G. D., R. T. S., 1872-97. Author, Erkldrung 
der Apostelgeschichte ; Einleitung zur Erkldrung dcs Neuen Testa- 
ments; Die Erkldrung des erstcn Bricfes an die Korinther ; d. Roches- 
ter, N. Y., May 11, 1897. 

DARIUS HICKS STODDARD, b. Eastford, Conn., Sep. 29, 1836; 
B. U. 1864; R. T. S. 1867; ord. Athol, Mass., July 23, 1867; p. Athol, 
June 1867-Apr. 74; Great Falls, N. H., Apr. 1874-July 83; Dewey 
St. ch., Worcester, Mass., Oct. 1884-Mar. 93 ; Chicopee Falls, Sep. 1893- 
Sep. 99; Greendale ch., Worcester, Oct. 190a-Oct. 03; Hampden, Oct. 
1903-Oct. 06; w. c. Chicopee Falls, 1906-. 

Address, Chicopee Falls, Mass. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

*Truman Jay Backus, b. Milan, N. Y., Feb. 11, 1842; U. R. 1864; 

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R. T. S. 1864; not ord. ; asst secy. A. B. H. M. Soc, 1867-68; prof. Eng- 
lish Lit. Vassar C, 1867-82; pres. Packer Collegiate Institute, Brooklyn, 
N. Y., 1882-1908. Author, Manual of English Literature; Great English 
Writers; Revised Ed. Shaw's History of English Literature. LL.D., 
U. R., 1883; d. Brooklyn, N. Y., Mar. 25, 1908. 

George Francis Davis, b. Cincinnati, O., Apr. 7, 1842; U. R. 1864; 
R. T. S. 1864-66; not ord.; in business, 1866-. 

Address, 117 Ashland Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Joseph Daniel Fisher, b. near Adamsville, O., Apr. 22, 1836; U. R. 
1864; R. T. S. 1864-65; civil engineer, Adamsville, O., 1865-^9; Zanes- 
ville, 1869-76; internal revenue storekeeper, 1876-78; prof. Latin and 
Greek, McCorkle College, Sago, O., 1878-81; w. c. Zanesville, 1881- 
98; organized and supplied, Nashport, Apr. 1895-Jan. 96; ord. New 
Concord, O., June 20, 1899; p. New Concord, June 1899-June 1903; 
Nashport, Sep. 1904-June 06; w. c. 1906-. 

Address, 507 N. 7th St., Zanesville, O. 

*John Kingdom; R. T. S. 1865-66; ord. New Jersey, 1867; several 
pastorates ; p. Paris. Ky., 1870-71 ; employed in the U. S. Treasury De- 
partment, Washington, D. C, 1871-1906; d. Nov. 11, 1906. 

Menzo Smith Leete, M. E., b. Chili, N. Y., May 4, 1834; S. N. S., 
Ypsilanti, Mich. ; ord. Detroit, Mich., Sep. 9, 1861 ; p. Midland City, 
Mich., 1861-63; Mt. Morris, 1863-64; R. T. S. 1864-66; p. Webster, 
N. Y., 1866-67; Ovid, 1867-68; Sodus, 1868-71; Waterloo, 1871-72'; 
Penn Yan, 1872-74; in Europe, Egypt and Palestine, 1874-75; p. Homer, 
N. Y., 1875-76; DeLand, Fla., 1876-79; editor and publisher, Volusia 
Co. Herald, 1877; Our Paper, and Florida Agriculturist, 1878; p. 
Jamesville, N. Y., 1879-82; Homer, 1882-85; DeLand, Fla, 1885-87; 
editor and publisher, Orange Ridge Echo, 1886-87; w. c. Syracuse and 
Homer, N. Y., 1887-88; p. Morrisville, 1888-91; Preble, 1891-93; Cuyler, 
1893-95 ; Enfield, 1895-99 ; Varna, 1899-1903 ; Kirkville, 1903-05 ; Minoa, 
1905-08; Jamesville, 1908-09; superanuated, 1909-. 

Address, 109 Furman St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

MaskUn Clark Baker Oakley, b. New York, N. Y., Dec. 10, 1840; U. R. 
1864; R. T. S. 1864-65; dismissed to Colg. T. S. 

Address, Northport, N. Y. 

Marshall Manly Padelford, b. Galway, N. Y., Feb. 26, 1836; U. R. 
1864; R. T. S. 1864-65; ord. Booneville, Mo., Nov. 4, 1867; p. Boone- 
ville, 1867-68; agent, A. T. Soc, 1868-70; p. Palmyra and Eagle, Wis., 
Ludlow, 111., Union, 111., 1870-76; w. c. Ludlow, 111., 1876-. 

Address, Ludlow, III. 
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1868 

William Henry Underbill, private, 10th Regt. R. I. vols., 1862; B. U. 
1864 ; R. T. S. 1864-66 ; not ord. ; last known residence, Springfield, 
Mass., (1900). 

24-*8 

1868 

GRADUATES 

FRANK B. CRESSEY, Class Secretary 

CHARLES JACOBS BALDWIN, b. Charleston, N. Y., Aug. 10, 
1841; Colg. U. 1864; R. T. S. 1868; ord. Chelsea, Mass., Sep. 29, 1868; 
p. Chelsea, 1868-May 74; First ch., Rochester, N. Y., Sep. 1874-June 
86; Granville, O., Sep. 1886- Author, Modern Miracles. D.D., D. U., 
1900. Address, Granville, Ohio. 

NATHAN PRATT BARLOW, b. Camden, N. Y., Oct. 28, 1834; 
Kal. C. 1863; private, 13th Mich. Vols., 1864-65; R. T. S. 1868; ord. 
Saginaw, Mich., Oct. 14, 1868; p. Saginaw, 1868-Feb. 70; Midland 
City, Mar.-Sep. 1870; Hadley, Nov. 1870-Nov. 74; Laingsburg, Nov. 
1874-July 75 ; Lyons, Mar. 1876-Apr. 78 ; Smyrna, May 1878-Apr. 81 ; 
Spencer's Mills and Gowen, Apr. 1881-Sep. 83; manual labor and 
preaching, Greenville, Sep. 1883-July 1908; p. Alto, (residence, Green- 
ville), May 1889-May 91; Elgin, Ore., July 1908-July 09. 

Permanent address, Greenville, Mich. 

WILLIAM FREDERICK BASTEN, b. Marbletown, N. Y., Mar. 5, 

1838 ; Colg. U. 1865 ; R. T. S. 1868 ; ord. Le Roy, N. Y., Aug. 12, 1868 ; 
p. Le Roy, 1868-70; Third ch., Cleveland, O., 1870-74; Roadstown, N. 
J., 1874-84; Mansfield, Mass., 1884-90; Troy, Pa., 1890-93; Adams, N. 
Y., 1893-95; Amenia, 1896-July 1904; Passumpsic, Vt., Sep. 1904- 
May 06; Mahopac Falls, N. Y, Jan. 1906-09; Walden, 1909- 

Address, Walden, N. Y. 

FRANK BENJAMIN CRESSEY, b. Columbus, O., Mar. 3, 1840; S. C. 
1865; R. T. S. 1868; ord. Goshen, Ind., Sep. 26, 1868; p. Goshen, June 
1868-May 69; Niles, Mich.. June 1869-Feb. 71; Hudson, Mar. 1871- 
Mar. 72>; Pontiac, Apr. 1873-Mar. 77; Eighteenth St. ch., Detroit, 
May, 1877-Feb. 82; pastoral supply and journalism, on Christian 
Herald and on Evening News; editor and proprietor, The Center, resi- 
dence, Detroit, Mar. 1882-May 89; p. First ch., Springfield, O., June, 
1889-May 91 ; supply, Cheyenne, Wyoming. Nov. and Dec. 1891 ; 
p. Emmanuel ch., San Francisco, Cal., Jan. 1892-July 93 ; pastoral 

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supply and editorial work, Boston, Mass., Oct. 1893-May 97; p. 
Weymouth, Mass., May, 1897-Aug. 1908; w. c. Cambridge, Mass., 
Sep. 1908- Address, 454 Broadway, Cambridge, Mass. 

*ARIUS NEWTON DYE, b. Marietta, O., Jan. 26, 1836; Marietta 
C. 1864; R. T. S. 18()8; not ord.; d. Warren, O., Dec. 29, 1870. 

WILLIAM ELGIN, b. Claysville, Ind., Aug. 19, 1838; F. C. 1860-62; 
private U. S. Army, Aug. 1862-Dec. 63; ord. Southport, Ind., Dec. 
3, 1863; chaplain, U. S. Vols., Jan. 1864-June 65; R. T. S. 1868; 
resident graduate, 1868-69; p. Indianapolis, Ind., Feb. 1869-July 71; 
Knowlesville, N. Y., July 1871-July 73; Buffalo, July 1873-Mar. 76; 
East Toledo, O., Mar. 1876-Oct. 77; cor. secy., N. Y. B. U. for M. E., 
Rochester, N. Y., Feb. 1878-June 82; cor. secy., Indiana Bapt. Conv., 
Aug. 1882-Nov. 84; p. North Parma, N. Y., Dec. 1884-Jan. 89; Akron, 
Jan. 1889-Jan. 1900; w. c. Akron, 1900-. D.D., F. C, 1884. 

Address, Akron, N. Y. 

♦PHILIP PEARL FARNHAM, b. Leonardsville, N. Y., Sep. 5, 1836; 
U. R. 1863; R. T. S. 1868; mission work, 1868-69; ord. Toledo, O., 
Sep. 8, 1869; p. Mason, I\Iich., Sep. 1869-Apr. 75; St. Louis, Mich., 
May 1875-Scp. 80; Kensington and Brighton, Nov. 1880-Sep. 87; Sag- 
inaw, Sep. 1887-Sep. 88; Stockbridge and Gregory, Feb. 1889-June 
91 ; home missionary, Langdon, N. D., Nov. 1891-July 92 ; Kensington 
and Brighton, Mich., Sep. 1892-July97; Brighton, Sep. 1897-Oct. 1900; 
Gregory, Oct. 1900-05; w. c. 1905-08; d. Ann Arbor, Mich., Feb. 16, 
1908. 

GEORGE GOODWIN HARRIMAN, b. Conway, N. H., Jan. 2, 1842; 
Bowdoin C, 1863; R. T. S., 1868; ord. Penacook, N. H., Sep. 2, 1868; p. 
Fisherville, 1868-73; Urbana, O., 1873-78; Tiffin, 1878-82; mercantile 
pursuits, Urbana, 1882-83; Morelia, Mexico, 1S83-. 

Address, 29 Marte, Morelia, Mexico. 

MARCUS ELDON HAYNE, b. Wilson, N. Y., June 11, 1840; U. R. 
1865; R. T. S. 1868; ord. Cleveland, O., Nov. 10, 1868; p. Third ch., 
Cleveland, 1868-79; Tecumseh, Mich., 1871-78; Rome, 1878-82; Medina, 
1882-85; Greenville, 1885-89; Charleroix, 1890-94; Escanaba, 1894-96; 
Bloomingdale, 1897-1900; Salem, 1900-03; Lawton, 1903-08; w. c. ib., 
1908-. Address, Lawton, Mich. 

ISAAC HORTON, b. Shenandoah, N. Y., Aug. 29, 1839; U. R. 1865; 
R. T. S. 1868; ord. Tuscola, Mich., Sep. 14, 1870; supplied churches 
July 1868-May 70; p. Tuscola, June 1870-Sep. 71; Albion, Oct. 1871- 
72; Edgerton, Wis., Nov. 1872-Apr. 74; Quincy, July 1874-Feb. 75; 
North Adams, June 1875-Apr. 77; Nowell, Apr. 1877-Apr. 80; Medina, 
Apr. 1880-May 81 ; Byron, Apr. 1882-July 84; Maple River and Corunna, 

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Apr. 1884-Aug. 85; Tawas City, Nov, 1885-Jan. 88; Parshallville, Jan. 
1888- Mar. 90; Climax, Sep. 1890-Sep. 94 (and Augusta, Oct. 1890- 
Sep. 92). Rockford, Mich., Jan. 1895-July 96; Lawton, Aug. 1896-Oct. 
98; Kensington, Oct. 1898-Nov. 1901; Climax, Nov. 1901-June 04; 
Berrien Springs, June 1904-Aug. 08; North Adams, Nov. 1908-. 

Address, 101 Chicago St., Quincy, Mich. 

PHILIP LOVERING JONES, b. Devonshire, England, Sep. 19, 
1838; U. R. 1865; R. T. S., 1868; ord. Dunkirk, N. Y., Nov. 1868; p. 
Dunkirk, June 1868-June 70; South Broad St. ch., Philadelphia, Pa., 
Oct. 1870-Jan. 89; assistant book editor, A. B. P. S., Philadelphia, 
Jan. 1889-July 1891 ; associate editor, July 1891-July 1893 ; book editor, 
July 1893-. Author, The Divine Fatherhood, 1901 ; A Restatement of 
Baptist Principles, 1909; D.D., U. R., 1894. 

Address, 1701 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. 

*THOMAS JEFFERSON MORGAN, b. Franklin, Ind., Aug. 17, 1839; 
F. C. 1861 ; U. S. Army, 1861-65, private to brevet Brigadier General ; 
R. T. S. 1868; ord. Rochester, N. Y., Sep. 12, 1869; cor. secy., N. Y. 
B. U. for M. E., Rochester, 1868-71; p. Brownville, Neb., 1871-72; 
pres. Neb. N. S., 1872-74; prof. Ecclesiastical History, B. U. T. S., 
1874-81 ; principal, S. N. S., Potsdam, N. Y., 1881-83 ; principal, S. N. S., 
Providence, R. I., 1884-89; U. S. Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 1889- 
93 ; cor. secy., A. B. H. M. Soc, New York, N. Y., 1893-1902. Author, 
Studies in Pedagogy; Educational Mosaics; Students' Hymnal; Pa- 
triotic Citizenship; The Negro in America. D.D., U. C, 1874; LL.D., 
F. C, 1894; d. Ossining, N. Y., July 13, 1902. 

WILLIAM TAYLOR STOTT, b. near Vernon, Ind., May 22, 1836; 
F. C. 1861; private, U. S. Army, 1861-63; captain, 1863-65; R. T. S. 
1868; ord. Columbus, Ind., Oct. 1868; p. Columbus, 1868-69; prof. F. C, 
1869-72; pres., F. C, 1872-1905; supt. of the Indiana Soldiers and 
Sailors Orphans House. Author, Indiana Baptist History, 1908. D.D., 
Kal. C, 1872; LL.D., S. C, 1899. Address, Knightstown, Ind. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

♦Christopher Columbus Burrows, b. Busti, N. Y., Apr. 23, 1825; B. U. 
1857-60; ord. Warwick, R. I., July 13, 1863; chaplain, U. S. Army, 
1864-65 ; R. T. S. 1865-67 ; dismissed to N. T. I. ; d. Green Cove Springs, 
Feb. 4, 1893. 

Henry Ludwig Dietz; R. T. S. 1865-66; (for record, vid. G. D., class 
of 1865.) 

Willis Clark Gaylord, Presb., b. Utica, N. Y., Aug. 12, 1840; U. R. 1865; 
R. T. S. 1865-67; dismissed to U. T. S. 

Address, 20 Jones St., Rochester. 

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*Charles Thurber Lazell, b. Worcester, Mass., Sep. 3, 1844; B. U. 1864; 
teacher, Foxboro, JMass., 1864-65; R. T. S. 1865-66; not ord. ; teaching 
1866-80; d. Saxton's River, Nov. 20, 1880. 

Francis Jacob Leonard, b. Stafford, Conn., Aug. 12, 1839; B. U. 1861- 
63; 6lh Conn. Vols., U. S. Army, 1863-65; R. T. S., 1865-66; not ord. 

Address, Rockford, 111. 

♦Nathaniel Melcher, b. Topham, Me., May 10, 1837; Bowdoin C. 1864; 
R. T. S. 1865-^6 ; ord. Effingham, N. H., Jan. 9, 1869 ; p. Effingham, 1868- 
70; Yarmouth, Me., 1870-71; Kennebunkport, 1871-74; prof. Cy. C. 
1874-75 ; mercantile pursuits, 1876-1902 ; d. Portland, Me., Nov. 19, 1902. 

*Joseph Rowley, b. Dudley, England, Nov. 1833; U. C. 1865; R. T. S. 
1865-67; ord. Racine, Wis., Aug. 1, 1867; p. Racine, 1867-79; Chicago, 
111., 1879-83; Vermilion, S. D., 1883-87; Emanuel ch., Sioux City, la., 
1888-89; Irving Park, Chicago, 111., 1889-94; w. c. Chicago, 1894-1900; 
d. Chicago, 111., Nov. 30, 1900. 

Henry Allen Warne, b. Cincinnati, O., Mar. 28, 1836; S. C. 1861; R. T. 
S. 1865-66 ; not ord. ; teaching and mercantile pursuits in East and 
West for many years ; health failed. Address, Kenwood, N. Y. 

21-*7 

1869 

GRADUATES 

ADAM H. TODD, Class Secretary 

ALBERT COIT, b. Central Square, N. Y., Oct. 1, 1837; U. R. 1866; 
R. T. S. 1869; ord. Rochester, N. Y., Dec. 19, 1869; assistant p. First 
ch., at Lake Ave. mission, Rochester, July 1869-Apr. 70; p. Wellsville, 
June 1870-June 88; Hornell, June 1888-July 90; secy, and treas., Cook 
Acad., Montour Falls, July 1890-July 96; cor. secy., (ad interim), N. Y. 

B. U. for M. E., Rochester, Dec. 1896-^Iar. 97 ; occasional supply, resi- 
dence, Montour Falls, Mar. 1897-June 98; p. Olivet ch., Syracuse, Sep. 
1898-. secy. Bapt. Ministerial Bureau, N. Y. State Conv., 1903-09. D.D., 
U. R., 1888. Address, 521 Columbus Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. 

HENRY JAMES HANDY, b. Somerset Co., Md., Apr. 20, 1841; Cn. 

C. 1865 ; R. T. S. 1869 ; ord. Baltimore, Md., Nov. 1869 ; p. Spartanburg, 
S. C, 1869-70; Farmersville, Va., 1870-75; Pocomoke City, Md., 1876- 
81 ; Northampton Co., Va., 1881-82 ; teaching, Pocomoke City, Md., 
1882-. Address, Pocomoke City, Md. 

GEORGE OLCOTT KING, b. Suffield, Conn., Apr. 11, 1841; B. U. 
1866; R. T. S. 1869; ord. Jamestown, N. Y., Aug. 17, 1869; p. James- 

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town, Aug. 1869-Jiine 12\ supply, Ninth St. ch., Cincinnati, O., Sep- 
Dec. 1873, and Sep. 1874-Mar. 75; supply, Euclid Ave. ch., Cleveland, 
May 1875-Nov. 11; p. Willson Ave., ch., Cleveland, June 1878- Apr. 
84; Logan Ave. ch., Cleveland, Dec. 1884-Dec. 91; Springfield, Feb. 
1892-Apr. 93 ; w. c. Frcdonia, N. Y., Apr. 1893- ; pres. Ohio Bapt. State 
Conv. 1887-89. Address. 32 Temple St., Fredonia, N. Y. 

FLORENCE McCARTHY, b. Richmond, Va., Apr. 29, 1838; ord. 
Franklin, Tenn. ; p. Franklin ; Lexington, Va., chaplain, Alleghany C, 
Va.; in Confederate Army; U. Virginia, 1862-64; Rich. C. 1864-67; 
R. T. S. 1869; p. Middlctown, N. Y., 1869-71; Chicago, 111., 1871-74; 
ministerial fellowship withdrawn by council, Chicago, Mar. 6, 1874; re- 
ordained by Amity ch., Chicago ; professional and mercantile pursuits, 
Chicago, 1885-. Address, Chicago. 111. 

^STEPHEN BAILEY RAND, b. New York, N. Y., Jan. 5, 1841; Am. 
C. 1866; R. T. S. 1869; ord. Holyoke, Mass., Oct. 7, 1869; miss. A. B. 
F. M. Soc. to Karens, Moulmein, Burma, 1870-76; invalid, 1876-78; 
supply, Holyoke, Mass., 1878-79; Amherst, 1879-80; invalid, residence, 
Amherst, 1880-93; d. Amherst, Mass., Nov. 21, 1893. 

*NELSON BIRNEY RANDALL b. Springvillo, N. Y., June 14, 1837; 
Ham. C. 1862; R. T. S. 1869; ord. Ypsilanti, Mich., Oct. 1869; p. Ypsi- 
lanti, 1869-71; Vineland, N. J., 1871-76; Jefferson St. ch.. Providence, 
R. I., 1876-79 ; Norristown, Pa., 1879-87 ; Long Island City, N. Y., 1887- 
92; Summit, N. J., 1892-98; evangelist, N. J. State Convention to 1898; 
independent evangelist, 1898-1902. Editor, Providence, R. I.. Baptist; 
Norristozvii, Pa., Baptist; Central Union Baptist. D.D., 1890; d. E. 
Orange, N. J., Jan. 2, 1902. 

*EDWIN AUGUSTUS TAFT, b. Smithricld, R. I.. Dec. 1, 1837; 
Colg. U.. 1861-()4; ord. Elmira. N. Y., Oct. 1864; chaplain, 179th Regt. 
N. Y. Vols.. 1864-65; U. R. 1867; R. T. S. 1869; p. Superior St. ch., 
Cleveland. O.. 1869-73 ; health failed, removed to Colorado ; w. c. Grccly, 
1873-74 ; p. Colorado Springs, June 1874-Sep. 75 ; invalid, Colorado 
Springs, 1875-77; d. Colorado Springs, Jan. 11, 1877. 

ADAM HENRY TODD, b. New York, N. Y., Sep. 18, 1840; private 
108th Regt. N. Y. Vols.. Sep. 1864-65; U. R. 1866; R. T. S. 1869; ord. 
N. Parma, N. Y., Aug. 26. 1868; p. Bennington. N. Y., Jan. 1869-70; 
E Cameron, Apr. 1871-76; Newark Valley, 1876-80; Tioga Centre, 
1880-82; Greene, 1882-84; Marathon, 1884-90; retired, because of failure 
of health and deafness; residence, Binghamton, Apr. 1890-1905; sup- 
ply, Conklin Center ch., over two years ; assistant p. First ch.. Bingham- 
ton, one year; clerk to the Rev. H. W. Barnes, cor. secy., N. Y. State 
Conv., 1894-95; p. Grace ch.. 1895-1904; w. c. Pasadena. Cal., Mar. 1905- 
Address, 146 S. Greenwood Ave., Station B., Pasadena, Cal. 
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JOHNSTON ESTEP WALTER, b. Saltsburg, Pa., Jan. 17, 1843; 
WasliiiiKtcin and JcftVrsdii C 18()6; R. T. S. 1869; prof. Mathematics, 
F. C, 1869-73; p. Sabctha, Kan., 1873-74; ord. Ursina, Pa., Dec. 11, 
1874; p. Ursina, 1874-78; principal, Classical and Scientific Institnte, 
Mt. Pleasant, 1878-81 ; prof. Languages, S. N. S., Indiana, Pa., 1881- 
82; \v. c. engaged in literary work. West Newton, Pa., 1883- Author, 
Perception of Space and Matter; The Principles of Knozvledge with 
Remarks on the Nature of Reality, 2 vols. (1901, 1904) 

-Address, W. Newton, Pa. 

AMOS WEAVER, b. Cornwallis, N. S., July 9, 1837; U. R. 1863; 
ord. Milton. N. S., Feb. 17, 1864; p. Milton, 1863-66; R. T. S. 1869; p. 
Brownsdale, Lansing, and Albert Lea, Minn., Sep. 1871-Oct. 75 ; Vin- 
ton, la., Oct. 1875-Nov. 79; miss. p. Ord and Loup City, Neb., Nov. 
1879-Sep. 82; supply, Blair, 1882-83; p. Wintcrsct, la.. May 1883-Nov. 
86; Keota, May 1886-July 87; Hampton, Aug. 1887-Aug. 92; Tama 
City, Feb. 1893-Dcc. 97; Afton and Greenfield, Jan. 1898-Feb. 99; Cory- 
don, Mar. 1899-May 1900; p. Creighton, May 1900-May 01; Tobias, 
Jan. 1902-Apr. 05 ; w. c. supplying and mercantile, Omaha, Jan. 1906-. 
supply, la. and Neb. Nov. 1908; w. c, Omaha, Neb., Nov. 1908-. 

Address, 3 N. Y. Life Building, Omaha, Neb. 

10-*3 

1870 

GRADUATES 

ROBERT S. MacARTHUR, Class Secretary 

♦CHARLES EDWIN BASCOM, b. Clarkson, N. Y., Sep. 5, 1841; 
Brockport Collegiate Institute, 1864; studied law, 1865-66; R. T. S. 
1870; ord. Potsdam, N. Y., July 11, 1870; p. Potsdam, May 1870-July 
92; Lima, July 1892-Apr. 96; Attica, July 1896-July 1906; w. c. 1906-09; 
d. Attica, N. Y. Aug. 17, 1909. 

*JOHN T. BECKLEY, b. Baltimore, ]\Id.; Cn. C. 1868; R. T. S. 1870; 
graduate student, R. T. S. 1870-71 ; ord. Boston, Mass., 1871 ; associate 
p. First ch., Boston, 1870-76; p. Ncwburyport, 1876-82; Beth Eden ch., 
Philadelphia, Pa., 1883-94; Church of the Epiphany, New York, N. Y., 
1894-97; w. c. 1897-1908; D.D. ; d. Phocni.x, Ariz. Feb. 13, 1908. 

WAYLAND RICHARDSON BENEDICT, b. Rochester, N. Y., Jan. 
9. 1848; U. R. 18(6; R. i'. S. 1870; graduate student, R. T. S. 1870-71; 
student, Univ. of Giessen, 1872-73; ord. Mt. Auburn. Cincinnati. O., 
Oct. 1873; p. Mt. Auburn, 1873-76; prof. Philosophy and History, Univ. 
of Cincinnati, 1876-80; prof. Psychology and Logic, ib., 1880-. Au- 

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thor, Theism and Evolution; Nervous System and Consciousness; Ethics 
and Evolution; New Studies in the Beatitudes. 

Address, Cincinnati, O. 

JOSEPH ALLEN ELY, Cong., b. Rochester, N. Y., Oct. 19, 1846; 
U. R. 1866; R. T. S. 1870; ord. Orange Valley, N. J., June 1876; p. 
Cong, ch., Orange Valley, 1876-83; residence, Rochester, N. Y., 1885- ; 
engaged in preaching and literary work, broken by several periods 
of travel in Europe and the far East. Address, Rochester, N. Y. 

JUDSON WADE HARRIS, b. Becket, Mass., June 18, 1845; U. R. 
1867; R. T. S. 1870; ord. Weedsport, N. Y., Feb. 16, 1871; p. Weeds- 
port, 1869-76; Perry, 1877-80; First ch., Omaha, Neb., 1880-86; mer- 
cantile pursuits, Omaha, 1886-92; dist. secy., A. B. P. Soc, Chicago, 
III., 1892-96; mercantile pursuits, Omaha, Neb. 1896-; p. Immanuel 
Bap. ch., Omaha, Neb., 1897-99; w. c. 1899-1901; First ch., St. Peters- 
burg, Fla., 1901-03; Grace ch., ib., 1903- 

Address, St. Petersburg, Fla. 

THOMAS WILLIAMS HART, b. Hartsville, S. C, Apr. 19, 1847; 
Fur. U. 1865-68; R. T. S. 1870; ord. Darlington, S. C, Aug. 28, 1870; 
p. Breesport, N. Y., 1870-71; Cheraw, S. C, 1872-74; Florence, 1875- 
79; Ebenezer, 1879-81; Greenville, Ala., 1881-82; Tuskegee, 1882-86; 
Fort Deposit, 1886-87; Uniontown, 1887-91; Brandon, Miss., 1891-93; 
Ripley, Tenn., 1893- (1900) ; 

ROBERT STUART MacARTHUR, b. Dalesville, prov. of Quebec, 
July 31, 1841; U. R. 1867; R. T. S. 1870; ord. New York, N. Y., June 
17, 1870; p. Calvary ch.. New York, May 15, 1870-. Author, From the 
Invasion of Canaan to the Last of the Judges; Calvary Pulpit; Royal 
Messages of Cheer and Comfort; Divine Balustrades; The Attractive 
Christ; Quick Truths in Quaint Texts; Current Questions for Think- 
ing Men; Sunday Night Lectures on Palestine; The Celestial Lamp; 
Old Testament Difficulties; The Question of the Centuries; The Old 
Book and the Old Faith; Around the World; Calvary Hymnal; Quick 
Truths in Quaint Texts, second series; In Excelsis; Laudes Domini; 
People's Worship and Psalter; Advent and Other Sermons; The Christ- 
ie Reign; The True Scala Santa. Editor, The Baptist Review; The 
Christian Inquirer. D.D., U. R., 1880; LL.D., Cn. U., 1896. 

Address, 123 W. 57 Street, New York, N. Y. 

♦WILLIAM WARRINER MERRIAM, b. Springfield, Mass., Feb. 
12, 1837; Wms. C. 1861; N. T. I. 1868-69; R. T. S. 1870; not ord.; 
teaching 1871-89 ; d. Springs, N. Y., Jan. 30, 1889. 

*ANDREW MURDOCH, b. Lanark, Ont., Apr. 15, 1842; U. T. 1868; 
R. T. S. 1870; ord. Titusville, Pa., July 7, 1870; p. Titusville, June 1870- 

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Mar. 75; Painesville, O., Apr. 1875-Fcb. 79; Lansing, Mich., Mar. 
1879- Apr. 82; w. c. Fall Brook, Ont., May 1882-Apr. 83; p. Port Hope, 
Ont., May 1883-May 85 ; Queens St. ch., St. Catherines, July 1885-Sep. 
89; St. George, Mar. 1890-Apr. 92; VVaterford, May 1892-Mar. 1900; 
Springford, 1900-Oct. 01; w. c. Oct. 1901-Oct. 09; LL.D., (on examina- 
tion) U. T.. 1884; d. Watcrford, Ont., Oct. 7, 1909. 

ALONZO KETCHAM PARKER, b. Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Oct. 6, 
1843; U. R., 1866; R. T. S. 1870; ord. Armenia, N. Y., Oct. 25, 1871; 
p. Armenia, 1871-79; Centenial ch., Chicago, 111., 1879-1901; professorial 
lecturer on Modern Mission, Divinity School, U. C, 1901-. recorder, 
U. C, 1901-. Address, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

♦CURTIS BURROUGHS PARSONS, b. Shelby, N. Y., May 21, 1841; 
U. R. 1862; R. T. S. 1870; ord. Interlaken, N. Y., June 14, 1870; p. 
Interlaken (Farmer Village) 1870-74; Nunda, 1874-76; Dunkirk, 1876- 
82; North East, Pa., 1882-84; Knowlesvillc, N. Y., 1884-85; Gcneseo, 
1885-92; Oxford, 1892-1907; d. Earlville, N. Y., July 3, 1907. 

ARTHUR COLE PECK, b. Munson, O., June 25, 1846; U. Wis. 
1866; R. T. S. 1870; ord. Ottawa, Kan., Feb. 1873; p. Ottawa, 1873- 
Feb. 1874 ; county superintendent of schools, Ottawa, 1874-75 ; p. First 
ch., Lawrence, Aug. 1875-May 82; secy., Kansas Temperance Union 
and editor, Kansas Progress, Lawrence, 1882-83 ; p. Belvidere, 111., Feb. 
1883-June 84; Keokuk, la., Aug. 1884-Aug. 86; Cherryfield, Me., Sep. 
1886-Jan. 91 ; Shelburne Falls, Mass., Jan. 1891-June 95 ; w. c. Green- 
field, 1896-98; Greensburg, Pa., 1898-1900; Columbus. O., 1900-01; 
teaching in Minn., Wis., and Calif., 1902-. Address, Placerville, Cal. 

WILLIAM HENRY SHIELDS; U. R. 1865; R. T. S. 1870; ord. 
Lima, N. Y., Oct. 3, 1871; p. Lima, 1871-74; assistant overseer of the 
poor, Rochester, 1875-79; last known address, Detroit, Mich. (1900.) 

♦BENJAMIN OSGOOD TRUE, b. Plainfield, N. H., Dec. 17, 1845: 
D. C. 1866; R. T. S. 1870; graduate student, R. T. S. 1870-71; ord. 
Baldwinsville, N. Y., May 31, 1870; p. Baldwinsville, 1870-72; in Eu- 
rope, 1872; p. First ch., Meriden, Conn., 1873-79; in Europe and the 
East, 1879-80; p. Central ch., Providence, R. I., 1880-81; prof. Church 
History, R. T. S., 1881-1902; in Europe, 1889-90. Author, Outlines of 
Church History, printed for use of students, not published. D.D., U. R., 
1889; d. Lakeport. N. H., July 18. 1902. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

♦Silas Hobart Adams, b. Vernon, N. Y., Jan. 15, 1845; Ham. C. 1865; 
R. T. S. 1867-70; d. during seminary course, Rochester, N. Y., Mar. 
5, 1870. 

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*Otis Liscome Leonard, b. Marshfield, Mass., Oct. 13, 1842; H. U. 
1866; R. T. S. 1867-69; ord. Rockport, Mass., Sep. 28, 1869; p. Rock- 
port, Sep. 1869-Sep. 74; evangelist, England and Ireland, 1874-76; 
E. Marshfield, Mass., 1879-80; Rockport, 1880-83; E. Marshfield, 1884- 
85; Ireland, 1886-88; Sweden and Norway, 1888-91; France, 1891- 
92; Sweden, 1892-93; Marshfield Hills, Mass., 1893-94; in the West 
and South, 1895-99; united with Free Methodist ch., Dallas, Tex., 
Nov. 17, 1898; d. Marienburg, Germany, May 11, 1903. 

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1871 

GRADUATES 

JAMES M. TAYLOR, Class Secretary 

*DAVID CROSBY, b. Bath, N. Y., Mar. 11, 1839; U. R. 1868; R. T. 

5. 1871; ord. Mt. Morris, N. Y., Sep. 20, 1871; p. Mt. Morris, 1871-72; 
Lansing, Mich., 1872-77; Ripon, Wis., 1877-81; Penn Yan, N. Y., 1881- 
85 ; Arcade, 1886-87 ; prof, and preacher, Ind. Univ., Bacone, Ind. Ter., 
1887-91; p. Muskogee, 1891-94; Springfield, Mo., 1894-96; w. c. Spring- 
field, Mo., 1896-1900; d. St. Louis, Mo., June 11, 1900. 

*AURELIUS LAWRENCE GLEASON, b. French Creek, N. Y., Nov. 
18, 1846; Am. C. 1868; R. T. S. 1871; ord. W. Springfield, Pa., June 

6, 1872 ; p. W. Springfield, 1872-73 ; principal, high school, Lansing, 
Mich., 1873-77; clerk, State Board of Health, Lansing, 1877-84; d. 
Lansing, Dec. 21, 1884. 

*ELIAS HENRY JOHNSON, b. Troy, N. Y., Oct. 15, 1841; U. R. 
1862; acting asst. paymaster, U. S. Navy, Apr. 18, 1864-Aug. 7, 1866 
ord. Le Sueur, Minn. Dec. 9, 1866; p. Le Sueur, 1866-68; R. T. S. 1871 
traveled in the Old World, 1871-73; p. Ballston Spa, N. Y., 1873-75 
Union Bapt. ch.. Providence, R. I., 1875-82; prof. Systematic Theology, 
C. T. S., 1882-1906. Author, Outline of Systematic Theology; assist- 
ant editor of Baptist Hymnal; editor of Sursiim Corda; editor of life 
and memorial of Ezekiel Gilman Robinson; Uses and Abuses of the 
Ordinances, 1890; A Review of "Ethical Monism," 1896; The Religious 
Use of the Imagination, 1901; The Holy Spirit, Then and Now, 1904; 
Christian Agnosticism, edited and published by H. C. Vedder, 1907. 
D.D., U. R., 1878; LL.D., Bu. U., 1898; d. Chester, Pa., Mar. 10, 1906. 

JAMES HIBBARD LANGILLE, b. Mahone Bay, N. S., Sep. 12, 
1841; O. C. 1867; ord. La Grange, O., Dec. 22, 1864; p. La Grange, 
1864-67; Oberlin, 1867-69; R. T. S. 1871; p. Meadville, Pa., 1871-72; 

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Oberlin, O., 1872-73; Knowlcsville, N. Y., 1873-81; Buffalo, 1881-84; 
w. c. Silver Springs, Md., 1885-86; Kensington, 1886- student, Smith- 
sonian Institute, 1884-89. Author, Our Birds in Their Haunts; Life of 
Columbus; The Lighthouse Boy; Save the Erring; Among the IVillozvs; 
Snail Shell Harbor; Life of Avierieus Vcspuccius. 

Address, Kensington, Md. 

GERSHOM MOORE PETERS, b. Circleville, O., Aug. 31, 1843; U. 
S. Army, 1861-62; D. U. 1867; R. T. S. 1871; ord. Penn Yan, N. Y., 
May 19, 1871; p. Penn Yan, May 1871-Nov. 74; Cedar St., ch., Buflfalo, 
Nov. 1874-Nov. 81 ; engaged in manufacturing, Nov. 1881-. pres. Board 
of Trustees, N. Y. B. U. of M. E. 1904-. Address, Cincinnati, O. 

JAMES POMEROY STEPHENSON, b. Chester, O., June 23, 1845; 
O. C. 1867; R. T. S. 1871; ord. Paw Paw, Mich., Dec. 7, 1871; p. Paw 
Paw, 1871-72 ; Rouseville, Pa., Apr.-Dec. 1872 ; Warren, O., Dec. 1872- 
Dec. 75; supply, Bedford and Cleveland, 1876; p. Ottawa, Kan., July 
1877-July 84; Hampton, la., 1885-Apr. 87; prof. Greek, Des M. C, 
1887-92; prof. English and Logic, ib., 1892-1900; prof. Philosophy, 
1900-. Ph.D. (in course) Syracuse U., 1891; graduate student, U. C. 
Address, 1331 Harrison Ave., Des Moines, la. 

JAMES MONROE TAYLOR, b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 5, 1848; U. 
R. 1868; R. T. S. 1871; student in Germany, 1871; ord. S. Norwalk, 
Conn., ^IvLV. 18, 1873; p. S. Norwalk, 1873-82; Fourth ch., Providence, 
R. I., 1882-86; pres. Vassar C, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1886-. Author, 
numerous published essays; Practical or Ideal? A Nezv World and 
An Old Gospel; Syllabus of Psychology; Syllabus of Ethics. D.D., 
U. R., 1886 ; Y. C, 1901 ; LL.D., Rutgers C, 1893. 

Address Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

DAVID RONALD WATSON, b. Stonefield, Scotland, Apr. 1, 1841; 
Colg. U. 1868; Colg. T. S. 1868-69; R. T. S. 1871; ord. Lowville, N. Y., 
Oct. 18, 1871 ; p. Lowville, Sep. 1871-Feb. 76 ; Brandon, Vt., Feb. 1876- 
Apr. 81 ; supply. Laramie, Wyoming, Apr.-Sep. 1881 ; p. First ch., Sioux 
City, la., Sep. 1881-Oct. 85 ; Penn Yan, N. Y., Dec. 1885-Jan. 88 ; supply, 
Clayton, summer of 1888; p. Groton, Dec. 1888-Jan. 93; Dundee, Jan. 
1893-July 96; engaged in mercantile pursuits, Aug. 1896-. 

Address, 17 Genesee Park. Geneva, N. Y. 

*HOLLIS SMITH WESTGATE, b. Plainf^eld. N. H., Feb. 7, 1841; 
D. C. 1863; N. T. I. 1863-64; teacher, Columbus, O., several years; 
student, Univ. of Heidelberg and Univ. of Berlin, 1869-70; R. T. S. 
1871; ord. Westf^eld, N. Y., May 31, 1872; p. Westfield, 1872-73; Kings- 
ton, Dec. 1873-Sep. 78; Cortland, Oct. 1878-Feb. 80; supt. of missions, 
Wyo., Col., and N. ]M., 1880-81 ; health failed ; farmer near Manhattan, 
Kan., 1882-98; founded Westgate; d. Westgate, Kan. July 19, 1898. 

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SPECIAL STUDENTS <, 

Joseph Wolff Davis, b. Orangeville, O., June 17, 1842; Cleveland Insti- 
tute, 1862; ord. Portland, N. Y., Feb. 2, 1870; p. Portland, 1869-70; 
R. T. S. 1870-71; p. Franklin, Pa., 1871-72; Oil City, 1872-73; Gar- 
rettsville, O., 1873-78; Mansfield, 1878-80; Lockland, 1881-83; went 
west on account of poor health; p. Huron, S. D., Apr. 1885-June 86 
united with Cong. ch. ; returned to the Bapt. denomination; p. 1st Bapt 
ch., Hillsdale, Mich., Mar. 1900-Nov. 03; City Miss., San Francisco 
Calif., and mercantile pursuits, Nov. 1903-Nov. 04; p. Lakeport, Nov 
1904-. Address, Lakeport, Calif, 

Alexander Erskine Duncan, b. St. Catherines, Ont., July 18, 1840 
McGill U. 1867 ; R. T. S. 1868-70 ; bookkeeper. New York, N. Y., 1870- 
72; prof. Levis C, Que., 1872-76; head master, public school, Montreal, 
Que., 1876-77; high school, Montreal, 1877-86; student. Divinity School, 
Y. U., 1886-87; in business, Montreal, Que., and Toronto, Ont., 1887-95; 
Knox C, Toronto, 1896; united with Pres. ch., 1897-. 

Address, Beaverton, Ontario, Canada. 

John Haviland Fairchild, b. Oakland, Ontario, May 14, 1843; Can. 
Lit. Inst, Woodstock, Ont., 1865-68; R. T. S. 1869-70; ord. Perry, 
Mich., May 28, 1874; p. Perry, 1873-76; North Branch, 1877-80; Rich- 
mond, 1880-83; Okemos, 1883-86; Clinton, 1886-89; Oakfield, 1889-92; 
Antigo, Wis., 1892-96; Merton, 1896-Aug. 99; w. c. ib., 1899-1903; 

*Lyman Jackson Fisher, b. South New Berlin, N. Y., July 23, 1830; 
Fairmount T. S., Cincinnati, O., at different periods from 1853-57; ord. 
Middletown, O., Sep. 1857; p. Tiffin, 1857-61; Dunkirk, N. Y., 1861-64; 
Stockton, 1864-66; Westfield, 1866-71; R. T. S. fall of 1870; p. Mar- 
shalltown, la., 1872-74; Piqua, O., 1875-83; w. c. Middletown, 1883- 
87; assistant p. First ch., Middletown, 1883-1903; d. Middletown, O., 
Aug. 7, 1903. 

Ebenezer J. Harrison; R. T. S. 1868-70; (1900) 

James McNutt, b. in Great Britain; formerly Epis; became a Bap.; R. 
T. S. 1870-71 ; united with the Plymouth Brethren in Toronto, Ont., 
and shortly after returned to the Epis. ch., took orders and is now in 
the service of the Church of England in Great Britain; exact address 
unknown. (1900) 

William Carey Morey, b. Attleboro, Mass., May 23, 1843; 2nd lieut. 
19th N. Y. Cav., 1863-64; 1st lieut. and capt., 1st N. Y. Dragoons, 1864- 
65; brevet major and brevet lieut. col. U. S. Vols., 1865; U. R. 1868; 
R. T. S. 1868-69; tutor in Latin, U. R. 1869-70; prof. History and Eng- 
lish Lit., Kal. C, 1870-72; prof. Latin Lang, and Lit., U. R., 1872-77; 

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Latin and History, ib., 1877-83; History and Political Science, ib., 
1883-. Author, Outlines of Roman Law; editor of Papers and Ad- 
dresses of Martin B. Anderson, LL. D.; Genesis of a Written Consti- 
tution; First State Constitutions; Sources of American Federalism; 
Rome and the Provinces; Outlines of Roman History; Government of 
New York; Outlines of Greek History; Outlines of Ancient History. 
Ph.D., F. C, 1881 ; D.C.L., D. U., 1903 and U. R., 1908. 

Address, 94 Oxford St., Rochester, N. Y. 

*Theron Right Peters, b. Columbus, O., May 21, 1847; D. U. 1868; 
R. T. S. 1868-70: ord. Northfield, Minn. Sep. 28, 1870; p. Northfield, 
1870-71; Faribault, 1871-72; Painesville, O., 1872-74; Penn Yan, N. 
Y., 1874-76; Weedsport, 1876-82; Havana, 1883-84; First ch., Topeka, 
Kan., 1885-89; supt. of missions and secy, of State Conv. of Minn., 1889- 
94; D.D., D. U., 1892; d. Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. 11, 1894. 

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1872 

GRADUATES 

LEWIS HALSEY, Class Secretary 

ROBERT DALE CLARK, b. Gorham, N. Y., Dec. 4, 1838; Kal. C. 
1869; ord. Corunna, Mich., 1870; R. T. S. 1872; p. Elba, N. Y., 1871- 
74 ; Norvell, :\Iich., 1874-75 ; Pioneer, O., 1876-77 ; Quincy, Mich., 1877- 
81 ; Bronson, 1881-83 ; Eureka, Cal., w. c. Eureka ; residence, San Jose, 
preaching at Florence mission and destitute fields, 1895-98; p. Salinas, 
1898-99; w. c. 1899-. Address, 1004 Summer St., Eureka, Cal. 

^FREDERICK CLATWORTHY, b. N. Petherton, Somerset, Eng- 
land. May 14, 1846; D. U. 1869; R. T. S. 1872; ord. Dayton, O., Oct. 
18, 1872; p. Dayton, 1872-78; Norwalk, 1878-84; Evanston, 111., 1884- 
89; Adrian, Mich., 1889-90; w. c. because of ill health, 1890-93; p. 
Canton, 111., 1893-96; w. c. Evanston, 111., because of ill health, 1896-99; 
p. Chicago, residence, Evanston, 1899-1905; D.D., D. U., 1889; d. 
Evanston, 111., [May 29, 1905. 

DAVID DOWNIE, b. Glasgow, Scotland, July 29, 1838; B. U. 1869; 
N. T. I.. 1869-70; R. T. S. 1872; ord. Monroeville, O., July 10, 1872; 
p. Monroeville, 1872-73; miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, Nellore, India, 1873- 
treas. of A. B. Telegu Miss., 1894-. Fellow of the Univ. of Madras, 
1896. Editor, Telegu Baptist; Baptist Missionary Review. Author, 
History of the Telegu Mission. D.D., Bu. U., 1886. 

Address, A. B. F. M. Soc., Nellore, India. 
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*JOHN EMORY GAULT, b. Washington, D. C, Feb. 27, 1841; 
Dickinson C. 1866-69; R. T. S. 1872; ord. Carbondale, Pa., Mar. 27, 
1873; p. Carbondale, 1873-74; New Rochelle, N. Y., 1874-77; Roseville 
ch., Newark, N. J., 1877-82; health failed; seeking health in Mich., 
and in the East, 1882-85; d. Morristown, N. J., Sep. 6, 1885. 

LEWIS HALSEY, b. Trumansburg, N. Y., Jan. 19, 1843; Hobart C. 
1868; R. T. S. 1872; ord. Ogden, N. Y., Nov. 13, 1872; p. Ogden, 1872- 
1Z; Interlaken, 1873-91; Castile, 1891-92; West ch., Oswego, 1892-97; 
Phoenix, Ariz., 1897-1905; Clyde, N. Y., 1905-10; w. c, Wyoming, O., 
1910-. Author, Taugliannock; The Seneca Association. D.D., Hobart 
C, 1890. Address, Wyoming, O. 

*THEODORE BANKS HOLLAND, b. New York, N. Y., Apr. 11, 
1846; U. R. 1869; R. T. S. 1872; ord. Orange, Mass., Aug. 28, 1872; 
p. Orange, 1872-Oct. 1874; W. Newton, June 1875-78; d. W. Newton, 
Mass., June 16, 1878. 

ARTHUR ELWIN MAIN, b. Adams, N. Y., Aug. 23, 1846; U. R. 
1869; R. T. S. 1872; ord. Seventh Day Bapt., Ashaway, R. I., Aug. 27, 
1871 ; p. Seventh Day Bapt. ch. of Hopkinton, Ashaway, R. I., 1871-80 ; 
corn secy., S. D. Bapt. Miss. Soc, 1876-93; pres. Alfred (N. Y.) Univ., 
1893-95; Home Miss., R. I., 1895-96; p. Plainfield, N. J., 1896-1901; 
Dean and prof, of Systematic and Practical Theology, Alfred (N. Y.) 
T. S., 1901-. Missionary editor, Sabbath Recorder; editor. Missionary 
Reporter; Helping Hand; Jubilee Papers. D.D., Milton C, 1885. 

Address, Alfred, New York. 

♦WILLIAM HENRY PEARCE, b. Lowell, O., 1849; Colg. U., 1868; 
tutor, Colg. U., 1868-69; R. T. S. 1869-71; health failed; not ord.; 
w. c. Carbondale, 111., 1872-73; Marietta, O., 1873-74; d. Marietta, 
O., Apr. 27, 1874. 

WILLIAM CALDWELL PLUNKETT RHOADES, b. Elbridge, 
N. Y., Apr. 6, 1845; Wms. C. 1866; R. T. S. 1872; Colgate mission, 
New York, N. Y., 1872-73; ord. Granville, O., Feb. 27, 1874; p Gran- 
ville, O, Feb. 1874-Dec. 1885; Marcy Ave. ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 
1885-. D.D., B. U. T. S., 1884. Chaplain, 13th Regt., C. A. C, N. 
G. 1900-. Address, 4-00 Putnam Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

*JAMES BRAYTON STONE, b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Sep. 1849; D. 
U. 1869; R. T. S. 1872; ord. Fort Wayne, Ind., Dec. 5, 1872; p. Geneva, 
O., 1873; Lebanon, 1874; d. Lebanon, O., Oct. 23, 1874. 

FERNANDO CORTEZ WRIGHT, b. Coshocton, O., Dec. 24, 1835; 
D U. 1869; R. T. S. 1872; ord. Jefferson, O., Aug. 29, 1872; p. Jefferson, 
June 1872-June 79; Mt. Vernon, June 1879-Apr. 80; Richfield Center, 
Aug. 1880-May 82; Madison, May 1882- :Mar. 85; residence Granville, 

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preaching as pastoral supply at Coshocton, W. Lafayette, White Eye? 
Plains, Bird's Run, Wills Creek, Kirkcrsville, 1885-97; p. Andover and 
Dorset, Jan. 1897-Oct. 98; Richmond Center and Dorset, Oct. 1898- 
1900; Fairfield, 1900-03; Kirkcrsville, 1903-06; w. c. 1906-. 

Address, Granville, O. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

William Linn Anthony, b. Chatham, Va., Dec. 6, 1842; Semple and 
Broadus C, Miss., 1858-61; S. B. T. S. 1868-69; R. T. S. 1869-72; 
ord. Union City, Pa., July 1872; p. Union City, 1872-77; Hernando, 
Miss., 1878-81; Durhamville, Tenn., 1882; Pensacola, Fla., 1883-84; 
Durhamville, Tenn., 1885-1906; Luxora, Ark., 1907-08; Petersburg. Ind. 
1909-. Address, Petersburg, Ind. 

♦Alfred George Dunsford, b. Nottingham, England, Dec. 12, 1845: 
Colg. U. 1867-69; R. T. S. 1869-71; ord. Avon, N. Y., Dec. 12, 1872; 
p. Avon, 1872-73; Waterford, 1873-75; Adrian, Mich., 1875-78; Still- 
water, N. Y., 1882-86; Marengo, 111., 1886-91; health failed; w. c. 
Avon, N. Y., 1891-1900; d. Rochester, N. Y., Apr. 8, 1900. 

*George Gregory Leavens, b. Auburn, Me. 1842; U. R. 1869; R. T. S. 
1869-70; d. Auburn, Me., Mar. 20, 1874. 

♦Forrest Alfred Marsh, b. Ilermon, N. Y., Aug. 14, 1844; U. R. 1869; 
R. T. S. 1869-71 ; ord. Penfield, N. Y., Oct. 26, 1871 ; p. Penfield, 1871- 
73; Waverly, la., 1873-74; Independence, 1874-77; Fond du Lac, 
Wis., 1877-80; Beloit, 1880-88; Governeur, N. Y., 1889-90; health 
failed ; in Colorado, 1890-95, for the greater part of the time acting 
p. of mission ch., Monte Vista; invalid, Beloit, Wis., 1896-97; d. Beloit, 
Wis., Mar. 12, 1897. 

William Henry Stenger, b. Adamsville, C, May 12, 1844; private, 
17Sth Reg., O. Vols.. 1864-65; D. U. 1869; ord., N. Amherst, O., Oct. 
1869; R. T. S. 1870-72; p. Bellefontaine, O., 1872-75; Pheonixville, Pa., 
1875-81; San Diego, Calif., 1883-89; San Jose, 1889-92; Paso Robles, 
1892-94; w. c. Granville, O., for educational purposes, 1894-1906; Pasa- 
dena, Calif., 1906- Address, R. D. No. 1, Pasadena, Calif. 

Albert Milton Tennant, b. Ripley, N. Y., Aug. 7, 1834; Grand River 
Inst., Ohio, 1855-56; Westfield and Fredonia Academies; ord. Clymer, 
N. Y., Oct. 22, 1863 ; p. Clymer, N. Y., May 1863-May, 65 ; Union City, 
Pa., May 1865-Oct. 70; R.T.S., 1870-72; supply, Niagara Falls, N. Y., 
Nov. 1871-June 72; p. ib., July 18, 1872-74; North East, Pa., :\Iar. 
1874- Apr. 75; Panama, N. Y., Aug. 1875-Oct. 80; E. Aurora, Sept. 
1880-Oct. 84; supply, Hamburg, Eden & Strykersville, Oct. 1884-May 

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85 ; p. Westfield, May 1885-May 91 ; farmer and supplying, ib., May 
1891-Apr. 97; p. Mayville, May 1897-July 99; w. c. Westfield, July 
1899-. Address, Westfield, N. Y. 

J. W. Van Gantzhorne, b. Washington, D. C, Bu. U. 1868; R. T. S. 
1869-71; (1900) 

David Zwink, R. T. S. 1870-71; (for record, vid. G. D., 1871). 

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1873 

GRADUATES 

JAMES M. BRUCE, Class Secretary 

JAMES MANNING BRUCE, b. New York, N. Y., Oct. 2, 1846; 
Columbia C. 1866; R. T. S. 1873; student, Paris, France; Florence, 
Italy; Oxford, England; ord. Dover Plains, N. Y., Oct. 1876; p. Dover 
Plains, 1876-81 ; Hudson, 1881-86 ; associate p. Berean ch., New York, 
1887-90; editorial staff. The Examiner, 1890-93; associate p. Memorial 
ch.. New York, 1893-96; p. Bethany chapel, Yonkers, 1897-1902; supt. 
of Missions among Foreigners, A. B. H. M. Soc, 1905-. 

Address, 23 East 26th St., New York, N. Y. 

DELAVAN DEWOLF, b. Frankfort, N. Y., Sept. 17, 1845; U. C. 
1870; R. T. S. 1873; supply, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1873; ord. Bristol, Conn., 
June 3, 1874; p. Bristol, Apr. 1874-Sep. 86; Salem, N. J., Sep. 1886- 
Nov. 1890; supt. of missions and corr. secy., N. J. Bapt. Conv., Nov. 
1890-. Editor, New Jersey Baptist Bulletin, (1891-). 

Address, 66 Ingraham Place, Newark, N. J. 

ALBERT MICHEL DUBOC, b. Paris, France, Apr. 9, 1848; D. U. 
1866-67; U. R. 1870; R. T. S. 1873; ord. Orleans, N. Y., May 28, 1872; 
p. Orleans, 1872-73; Denison, la., 1873-76; Livonia Station, N. Y., 
1877-81; Marion, la., 1881-84; Osage, 1884-88; Brookings, S. Dak., 
1888-90; El Dorado, Kan., 1890-92; East St. Louis, 111., 1892-95; 
evangelist. Upper Alton, 1895-96; p. Danville, 1896-98; w. c. Danville, 
1898-99; p. Oskaloosa, la., Dec. 1899-Apr. 1905; w. c. invalid, Apr. 
1905- Address, 404 N. Market St., Oskaloosa, la. 

THEODORE WELD HOPKINS, Presb., b. Cincinnati, O., Jan. 6, 
1841; Y. C. 1864; R. T. S. 1873; prof. Ecclesiastical History, Chicago 
T. S., 1874-80; p. Central Presb. ch., Rochester, N. Y., 1881-87; engaged 
in literary work, teaching and preaching, Rochester, 1888- acting prof. 

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Church History, R. T. S., 1889-90; prof. Ecclesiastical History and 
Church Polity in Auburn T. S. 1893-95 ; stated supply of various Presb. 
churches. Address, 23 Rundel Pk., Rochester, N. Y. 

ALEXANDER LOCKERT, b. Richfield, O., Mar. 19, 1842; D. U. 
1870; R. T. S. 1873; ord. Franklin, O., Dec. 18, 1873; p. Franklin, Sep. 
1873-July 82; Portsmouth, Sep. 1882-May 84; Lacon, 111., June 1884- 
Sep. 87; Richfield. O., Sep. 1887-Mar. 93; Milford, Mich., April 1893- 
July 98; Commerce and Walled Lake, July 1898-Junc 1902; Deer Park, 
Ills., June 1902-. Address, R. D. No. 33, Ottawa, Ills. 

PHILIP AUGUSTUS NORDELL, b. Stockholm, Sweden, Jan. 19, 
1846; Philadelphia C. of Pharmacy, 1864-66; U. R. 1870; R. T. S. 1873; 
ord. Rochester, N. Y., July 11, 1872; supply, Geneva, Oct. 1872-Mar. 
72; p. Chili, June 1873-Mar. 74; Lee, Mass., Apr. 1874-Aug. 77; Wey- 
mouth, Dec. 1877-Nov. 82; New London, Conn., Dec. 1882-Sep. 92; 
assistant prof. New Testament Lit. and Exegesis, U. C, Oct. 1892-Sep. 
93; associate editor, Bible Study Union Graded Situday School Lessons, 
Oct. 1893-Sep. 1908: Senior editor, do., Oct. 1908-. Author, O. T. 
JVord Studies; The Teachings of Christ ; Biblical Studies. D.D., U. R., 
1886. Address, Brookline, Mass. 

*WILLIS WAYLAND PATTENGILL, b. New Lisbon, N. Y., Dec. 
25, 1845; U. R. 1870; R. T. S. 1873; ord. Saginaw, Mich., July 1, 1873; 
p. Saginaw, 1873-81; Marshall. 1881-84; Fond du Lac, Wis., 1884-90; 
Beaver Dam, 1890-97; financial agent, Wayland Acad., Beaver Dam, 
1898; p. Atlanta, 111., 1899-1902; Hampton, la., 1902-05; res., Osage, 
1905; d. Osage, la., Dec. 6, 1905. 

JAMES WHITFORD RIDDLE, b. Tillicoultry, Scotland, May 2, 
1844; U. C. 1870; R. T. S. 1873; ord. Marietta, O., Feb. 26, 1874; p. 
Marietta, 1873-78; State supt. of H. M., Minneapolis, Minn., 1878-81; 
p. First Charlestown ch., Boston, ^lass., 1881-84; Union ch., Pittsburg, 
Pa., 1884-94; Thirty-fourth St. ch., Philadelphia, 1894-1905; Wildwood- 
by-the-Sea, 1905-07; literary work and pulpit supply, 1907- Honorary 
asso. p. Valley Forge, 1909-. Author, booklet on Systematic Giving; 
History of the Old Forge; Historical and Topographical Hand Book 
of Valley Forge, Fa. Address, Valley Forge, Pa. 

GRANGER WHEATON SMITH, b. Iowa City, la., Apr. 10, 1848; 
Iowa State U. 1868; B. U. 1868-69; supply. Second ch., E. Providence, 
R. I. 1868-70; R. T. S. 1873; ord. Iowa City, la., June 23, 1872; p. 
Chili, N. Y., Apr. 1871-May 73; East Side ch., Des Moines, la., July 
1873-May 76; Chili, N. Y., Nov. 1876-Jan. 81; Sandusky, O., Oct. 
1881-Apr. 90; Tabernacle ch.. La Crosse, Wis., Apr. 1890-Nov. 91; 
Green Bay, Nov. 1891-May 99; Evansville and Union, residence, Evans- 

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ville, May 1899-May 1902; Deer Creek, 111., Dec. 1902-Sep. 1905; 
Ripon, Wis., Sep. 1905- Recording Sec, Wis. Bap. State Conv. Oct. 
1905-. Author, tract, Tlie Old Man's Conversion; Baptist Denom- 
inational Benevolence. Address, Ripon, Wisconsin. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

*Henry A. Delano, b. Oneida, N. Y., Jan. 27, 1847; D. U. 1869; ord. 
Geneva, O., Nov. 4, 1869; p. Geneva, 1869-71; R. T. S. 1871-72; p. 
Mt. Morris, N. Y., 1873-75; supply, Dayton, O., 1875-76; p. Zanes- 
ville, 1876-81; Norwich, N. Y., 1881-86; South Norwalk, Conn., 1886- 
89; Evanston, 111., 1889-96; Belden Ave. ch., Chicago, May-Sep. 1896. 
D.D., D. U., 1893; d. Leicester, Mass., Sep. 11, 1896. 

Joseph Flanders Fielden, b. Somersworth, N. H., Oct. 23, 1844; U. S. 
Army, 1864; B. U. 1867; R. T. S. 1870-72; ord. Franklin Falls, N. H., 
July 5, 1872 ; p. Franklin Falls, May 1872-Aug. 81 ; Winchester, Mass., 
Aug. 1881-Mar. 92 ; Newport, N. H., Mar. 1892-July 96 ; Winchendon, 
Mass., Aug. 1896- Address, Winchendon, Mass. 

Gilbert Hays Frederick, b. New York, N. Y., May 26, 1841; U. R. 
1870; R. T. S. 1870-73; ord. Cleveland. O., Dec. 18. 1873; p. Cleveland, 
Oct. 1873-Oct. 79 ; Greenport, L. I., Mar. 1880-Mar. 81 ; Centralia, 111., 
1881-85; in Europe, 1885-86; p. Ottawa, 111., Dec. 1886-Sep. 91; in 
Europe and Palestine, 1891-92; p. Chicago, 111., Sep. 1892-Jan. 1903; 
stated supply, Eau Claire, Wis., 1906; Milwaukee, Wis., 1907; Chicago, 
III, 1908; Healdsburg, Calif., 1909; teacher Chicago Bapt. training 
school, 1908 ; supt., Chicago Bapt. Hospital, Mar. 1897-Mar. 99. Author, 
The Story of a Regiment, 1895. D.D., Ewing C, 1885. 

Address, Englewood, Chicago, 111. 

Edwin Thomas Hiscox, b. Norwich, Conn., Aug. 10. 1847; College 
of the City of New York 1869; R. T. S. 1870-72; ord. Northampton, 
Mass., May 1, 1873; p. Northampton, 1873-75; Iowa City, la., Feb. 
1876-June 81; Winona, Minn., Feb. 1882-Mar. 90; Saratoga, N. Y., 
Feb. 1892-1910; Address, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 

John Michael Hoefflin, R. T. S. 1871-72; (for record, vid. G. D., 1871). 

*Herman Kendall Hopps, b. LaMoille, 111., July 1, 1847; U. C. 1870; 
R. T. S. 1870-71 : acting p. Batavia, 111., June 1871-Sep. 72 ; N. T. L 
1872-73; drowned while bathing, Newport, R. I., Aug. 1, 1873. 

Edward Chittenden Ray, Presb., b. Rochester, N. Y., Oct. 12, 1849; 
Ham. C. 1870; R. T. S. 1870-72; dismissed to Aub. T. S. 

Address, 156 Fifth Ave., New York City. 
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Clarence Mulford Rupe, 1). Economy, Ind., Mar. 25, 1846; D. U. 1870; 
K. '1". S. 1S70 11\ ord. Springfield, O., Dec. 19, 1872; p. Springfield. 
1872-73; miss. Calvary ch.. Washington, D. C, 1873-74; Tiffin, O., 
1874-78; McConnelsville, 1879-82; LeRoy, N. Y., 1882-85; Franklin, O., 
1885-96; Lima, 1896-1900; Greeley, Colo., 1900-03; S. Lima ch., Lima, 
O., 1904-08; in business. Port Huron, Mich., and stated supply St. 
Clair, 1908-. Address, 1924 Stone St., Port Huron, Mich. 

Jay Richard Shaw, b. Hector, N. Y.. Feb. 20, 1841; Colg. U., 1869-70; 
R. T. S. 1870-72; ord. Walworth, N. Y., June 27, 1872; p. Walworth, 
Oct. 1871-July 78; Camillus. Aug. 1878-Jan. 85; Baldwinsville, Jan. 
1885-Aug. 88; Frankfort, Aug. 1888-Aug. 92; Broadalbin, Aug. 1892- 
Aug. 98; Port Allegany. Pa., Sep. 1898-Mar. 1902; Knowlesville. Apr. 
1902-Dec. 05; Savona. Jan. 1906-. Address, Savona, N. Y. 

Will Hill Sloan, b. Ft. Washita. Tnd. Tor.. Sep. 4. 1843; sergt., 17th 
Regt. Kan. Vol. Inf., 1865; U. R. 1870; R. T. S. 1873; ord. Walworth, 
N. Y., Oct. 1870; p. Walworth. 1870-72; Marion, 1872-75; principal, 
Marion Acad., 1874; miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, Burma, 1875-78; p. Canan- 
daigua, N. Y., 1878-79; Albion, 1879-84; miss. A. B. H. M. Soc, City of 
Mexico, :Mexico, 1884-88; p. Kansas City, Mo., 1888-89; First ch.. 
Toledo, O.. 1889^93; miss. A. B. H. M. Soc, City of Mexico, 1893-1907; 
united with R. C. ch. Author, Method zviih the Burmese Language; 
Deberes Pastorales; Spanish Concordance to the Holy Scriptures. 

Address, 5th Cedro No. 169. City of Mexico, Mexico. 

Isaac C. Tyron, b. Buffalo, N. Y.; R. T. S. 1870-71 (1900). 

Judson Vradenburg, b. Northville. Mich., Nov. 13, 1844; Kal. C. 1871; 
R. T. S. 1871-73; ord. Big Rapids. Mich., Oct. 15. 1873; supply. Big 
Rapids, 1873-75; p. Vincennes, Ind., 1875-81; supply, Whitehall, Mich., 
1882-84; p. Elkhart, Ind., 1884-87; Arcade, N. Y., 1887-95; Holland, 
1895-1902; Evangelistic and supply work, 1902-06; p. Bellevue, Mich., 
1906-. Address. Bellevue, Mich. 

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1874 

GRADUATES 

JOHN H. SCOTT, Class Secretary 

♦WILLIAM TREAT BURNS, b. Milford, Conn., Mar. 14. 1845; 
D. U. 1871; R. T. S. 1874; ord. Yonkers, N. Y., May 20. 1874; p. 

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Yonkers, 1874-75; Haverhill, Mass., 1876-81; First ch., Lynn, Mass., 
1881-84; Camden, N. J., 1884-87; Lockport, N. Y., 1887-88; d. Albany, 
Tex. May 16, 1889. 

MARCELLUS AUSTIN CHURCHILL, b. Buffalo, N. Y., July 9, 
1845; U. R. 1871; R. T. S. 1874; ord. Bufifalo, N. Y., Sep. 1874; miss. 
A. B. F. M. Soc, Ningpo, China, 1874-77; p. Northville, Mich., 1878- 
79 ; Hope Mission, Bufifalo, N. Y., 1880-81 ; Mt. Clemens, Mich., 1881- 
84; supply, Chicago, 111., 1884-89; in business, Buffalo, N. Y., 1895- 
Address, 154 Lexington Ave., Bufifalo, N. Y. 

JAMES WALLACE FORD, b. Preston Hollow, N. Y., June 24, 
1847; Colg. U., 1869; principal, Schoharie Acad., 1869-70; ord. Manns- 
ville, N. Y., Nov. 18, 1870; p. Mannsville. 1870-72; R. T. S. 1874; p. 
Canandaigua, N. Y., 1874-78; Homer, 1878-80; Bay City, Mich., 1880- 
84 ; Quitman, Ga., 1884-86 ; LaGrange, 1886-87 ; Citadel Sq. ch., Charles- 
ton, S. C, 1888; Second ch., St. Louis, Mo., 1888-93; Troy, N. Y., 
1893-98 ; Gethsemane ch., Philadelphia, Pa., 1898-1902 ; in England, 1902- 
05; Olivet ch.. New Haven, Conn., 1905-. D.D., Mer. U. 

Address, 12 Dixwell Ave., New Haven, Conn. 

*SYLVESTER DELANEY FULTON, b. LaGrange, C, Jan. 12, 
1848; O. C. 1871; R. T. S. 1874; ord. Bradford, 111., Jan. 14, 1875; 
p. Bradford, 1874-78; health failed; living at Warrensburg, and Sedalia, 
Mo., and Albany, Tex., 1878-89, much of the time engaged in miss, 
work; p. Toledo, O., 1889-91; d. Toledo, Jan. 12, 1891. 

ROBERT BRUCE HULL, b. Gate-House-on-Fleet, Scotland, Jan. 12, 
1841; U. R. 1871; R. T. S. 1874; ord. Lockport, N. Y., Feb. 17, 1874; 
p. Lockport, 1874-Apr. 11; Tabernacle ch.. New York, Apr. 1877-Nov. 
84; Greenwood ch., Brooklyn, Dec. 1884-Dec. 1906; Sumner Ave. ch., 
Brooklyn, Oct. 1909- D.D., U. R. 1887. 

Address, 1112 Albemarle Rd., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

WILLIAM MORRIS KINCAID (formerly William Morris John), 
b. Utica, N. Y., Jan. 16, 1850; Wms. C. 1871; R. T. S. 1874; ord. Utica, 
N. Y., May 28, 1874; p. First ch., Cortland, Aug. 1874-Oct. 11; First 
ch., Rondout, Oct. 1877-Mar. 81 ; First ch., San Francisco, Cal., Mar. 
1881-Nov. 89; w. c. Groton, Conn., Dec. 1889-Mar. 90; united with 
Presb. ch.. Mar. 1890. Address, Charlotte, N. C. 

JOHN HART SCOTT, b. Northville, Mich., Jan. 4, 1847; U. R. 1871 
R. T. S. 1874; ord. Cleveland, O., Nov. 5, 1874; p. Cleveland, 1874-79 
Ypsilanti, Mich., 1879-81 ; in business, Minneapolis, Minn., 1881-91 
manager. The Ensign, Minneapolis, 1892-93 ; business manager. Young 
Peoples' Union, Chicago, 111., 1893-94; prof. Theology, Shaw Univ., 

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Raleigh, N. C, 1896-97; pres., Indian Univ. Bacone, Ind. Ter., 1897- 
1905; prof. Biology in the North East S. N. S. of Oklahoma, 1909-. 
D.D., U. R.. 1905. Address, Tahlequah, Oklahoma. 

*DAVID HENRY TAYLOR, h. French Lake, N. B., Dec. 19, 1847; 
B. U. 1871; R. T. S. 1874; ord. Salem, Mass.. Sep. 9, 1874; p. Calvary 
ch., Salem, 1874-77; Jamaica Plain, 1877-86; Central ch., Norwich, 
Conn., 1886-88; Cong, ch., Newtonvillc, Mass., 1888-90. Author, Life 
of Paul; d. Xcwtonville, Dec. 10, 1890. 

THEODORE THANBYAH, b. Burma, Oct. 1842; U. R. 1871; R. T. 
S. 1874; ord. Rochester, X. Y., June 8, 1874; engaged in preaching and 
teaching, Bassien and Rangoon, Burma, 1875-. member Municipal Com- 
mission, 1884 ; pres. Karen National Association, 1882-1903 ; cor. secy. 
Burma Bapt. Miss. Conv., 1891- cor. secy. Rangoon Sgawkaren H. M. 
See, 1891-. Author (in Karen language) Sermons; The Baptist Prin- 
ciples; The Second Coming of Christ; Karen Customs, Ceremonies and 
Poetry; The Life of Our Lord Upon the Earth; The Karens and Their 
Persecutions; Text-books for Karen Schools. 

Address, Karen Quarter, Kemendine, Rangoon, Burma. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Irving Wesley Coombs, b. Hebron, N. H., Oct. 9, 1842; private, 15th 
Regt. N. H. Vols., 1862-63; B. U. 1870; R. T. S. 1871-74; principal, 
New Hampton Institution, Fairfax, Vt, 1874-76; ord. Chatham, Mass., 
Nov. 2, 1876; p. Chatham, 1876-78; Rumney, N. H., 1878-80; Essex and 
Essex Junction, Vt., 1880-82; Bristol, 1882-85; Essex and Jericho, 
1885-86; N. Springfield, 1886-89; p. N. ^liddleboro, Mass., 1889-90; 
Amherst, N. H., 1890-91; supply, Canterbury, 1891-95; p. Stratham, 
1896-98; Newton and Newton Junction, 1898-1902; Salisbury, 1902-06; 
Sanbornton, 1906-. Address, Route 1, Tilton, N. H. 

Isaac Hazen Curtis, b. Richmond, N. Y., Apr. 30, 1841; R. T. S. 1872- 
72); unable to enter the active ministry on account of ill-health; sup- 
ply. Hemlock Lake, N. Y., 1872-74; ord. Hemlock Lake, July 2, 1878; 
p. Hemlock Lake, Apr. 1887-Apr. 88; S. Livonia, 1888-89; retired on 
account of ill-health, 18S9-. Address, Hemlock, N. Y. 

George Hurlburt Felton, b. Granville Corners, Mass., Sep. 7, 1846; 
B. U. 1869; teacher, Suffield, Conn., 1869-70; Hampden, 1870-71; R. 
T. S. 1871-72; not ord.; teaching 1872-78, U. N. Y. (M. D.), 1878; 
physician, 1878-86; prof. Leland Univ. New Orleans, La., 1887-. 

Address, New Orleans, La. 

♦Uriah Gregory, b. Sand Lake, N. Y., Oct. 4, 1823; teaching, 1850-62; 
capt., 84th Ohio Inf., 1862; U. C. 1870; ord. Rives, Mich., Aug. 4, 1871; 

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p. Leslie, 1871; R. T. S. 1872-74; p. Pittsford, N. Y., 1872-73; W. Hen- 
rietta, 1874-75; Fifth ch., San Francisco, Cal., 1876-77; Santa Rosa, 
1877-78; pres., Calif. College, 1878-81; miss. A. B. H. M. Soc, Tuc- 
son, Ariz., 1881-90; p. Monrovia and Pasadena, Cal., 1890-94; supt., 
Children's Home Soc, 1894-99 ; pres., Industrial Home Soc, of Calif. 
D.D., Judson U., Ark., 1877; res. Los Angeles, 1899-1907; d. Arlena, 
near Los Angeles, Calif., Dec 13, 1907. 

*Charles Edward Hiscox, b. Westerly, R. I., Mar. 4, 1846; C. City of 

N. Y., 1867; R. T. S. 1871-73; ord. Greenport, N. Y., Oct. 1873; p. 
Greenport, June 1873-Jan. 80; Canandaigua, Feb. 188(>-Dec. 86; Green- 
port, Dec. 1886-Sep. 94; w. c. 1894-1901; d. Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 14, 
1901. 

Peter Riemer, R. T. S. 1873-74, (for record, vid. G. D., class of 1873). 

Parley David Root, b. Cooperstown, N. Y., Aug. 24, 1842; ord. Solon, 
N. Y., Dec. 18, 1867; p. Mecklenburg, N. Y., 1867-68; Weston, 1868-69; 
Manchester, 1869-71; R. T. S. 1872-73; p. Sennett, 1873-76; Belleville, 
1876-78; Oneonta, 1879-82; W. Winfield, 1883-84; Carbondale, Pa., 
1884-87; Oxford, N. Y., 1887-88; Urbana, O., 1989-90; in West and 
South, 1890-91 ; supply. Ancient City ch., St. Augustine, Fla. ; p. Woods- 
town, N. J., May 1891-96; First ch., Wakefield, R. L, Feb. 1897-1903; 
N. Springfield, Vt., May 1904-. Address, N. Springfield, Vermont. 

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GRADUATES 

ALFRED M. WORCESTER, Class Secretary 

JACOB ANTHONY FREIDAY, b. Newark, N. J., May 24, 1846; 
U. R. 1871; teacher White Plains (N. Y.) Mil. Acad., 1871-1872; R. 
T. S. 1875; ord. Calais, Mc, Sep. 22, 1875; p. Calais, 1875-76; miss. 
A. B. F. M. Soc, Bhamo, Upper Burma, 1877-86; Shan interpreter for 
the British army under Sir Harry Prendergast, which dethroned and de- 
ported the last native king of Burma and annexed Burma to the British 
Empire; in business, Tacoma, Wash., 1887-. 

Address, 501 Berlin Bldg., Tacoma, Wash. 

GEORGE FREDERICK GENUNG, b. Willseyville, N. Y., Jan. 27, 
1850; Un. C. 1870; R. T. S. 1875; ord. Camillus, N. Y., Nov. 3, 1875; 
p. Camillus, 1875-78; Baldwinsville, 1878-81; Amherst, Mass., 1881-84; 
Huntingdon St. ch., New London, Conn., 1885-87; prof. Benedict Insti- 
tute, Columbia, S. C, 1887-89; p. Suffield, Conn., 1890-98; prof. Rich- 

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mond (Va.) T. S., 1898-99; dean, ib., 1899-1901; chaplain, Conn. State 
Prison, 1902-03; p. Brooklyn, Conn., 1905-. Author, The fourfold 
Story; Magna Charta of the Kingdom of God ; Commentary on Leviti- 
cus and Numbers; various review articles. D.D., Un. C, 1896. 

Address, Brooklyn, Connecticut. 

JOHN FRANKLIN GENUNG, b. Willseyville, N. Y., Jan. 27, 1850; 
Un. C. 1870; R. T. S. 1875; ord. Baldwinsville, N. Y., Oct. 12, 1875; 
p. Baldwinsville, 1875-78; student, Univ. of Leipzig, 1879-81; p. Ameri- 
can Chapel, Leipzig, 1879-81 ; supply, Westport and Elizabethtown, N. 
J., Jan.-July 1882; instructor in English, Amherst College, 1882-84; 
associate prof, of Rhetoric, ib., 1884-89; prof, of Rhetoric, ib., 1889-1905; 
prof, of English Literature, ib., 1905-07; prof, of Literary and Biblical 
Interpretation, ib., 1907-. Author, Tennyson's In Mcmoriam; its Pur- 
pose and its Structure; The Poetical Elements of Rhetoric; The Study 
of Rhetoric in the College Course; Handbook of Rhetorical Analysis; 
The Epic of the Inner Life: a Study of the Book of Job; Outlines of 
Rhetoric; What a Carpenter did with His Bible; The Passing of Self; 
Ecclesiastes and Omar Khayyam; Words of Koheleth; Study and 
Translation of Ecclesiastes; The Hebrew Literature of Wisdom; Stev- 
enson's Attitude to Life; The Idylls and the Ages; Tennyson's Idylls 
of the King, 1907. Ph.D., Univ. of Leipzig, 1881 ; D.D., Y. U., 1905. 
Address, No. 6 College Street, Amherst, Mass. 

*JOSEPH BILLINGS MANN, b. Georgetown, N. Y., June 8, 1849; 
M. U. 1870-71 ; R. T. S. 1875 ; ord. Detroit, Mich., June 2, 1875 ; p. Ish- 
peming, 1875-76 ; Baraboo, Wis., 1876 ; health failed ; d. New Wood- 
stock, N. Y., May 20, 1877. 

WILLIAM KENDALL McKIBBEN, b. Lima, O., Apr. 6, 1848; D. 
U. 1872; R. T. S. 1875; ord. Norwalk, O., Sep. 14, 1875; miss. A. B. F. 
M. Soc, Swatow, China, 1875-84; in business Xenia and King's Mills, 
O.. 1885-92; p. Sleepy Eye, Minn., 1892-93; Tiffin, O., 1893-95; 
miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, Swatow, China, 1895-1900; Biblical and Socio- 
logical studies in U. C, 1900; district supt. in stock yards district, Chi- 
cago Associate Charities, 1901-03 ; engaged in mercantile pursuits, 1904- 
08; secy. Anti-Tuberculosis League of King County, Wash., 1909-. 

Address, 924 34th Ave., Seattle, Washington. 

ALFRED AUGUSTUS NEWHALL, b. Cambridge, Mass., Jan. 7, 
1844; private, 5th Regt. Mass. Vols., 1864; U. R. 1872; R. T. S. 1875; 
ord. Woburn, Mass., Sep. 2, 1875 ; miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, Ramapatam, 
India, 1875-79; in U. S. on health furlough, 1879-83; studied Hebrew 
and Sanscrit. Morgan Park, 111., 1880-81 ; miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, Hana- 
makonda, Nizam's Dominions, India, 1883-90; w. c. on account of ill- 
health, Rochester, N. Y., Nov. 1890-Sep. 91; Southern Pines, N. C, 

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Sep. 1891-May 94; teacher of Greek, Leland University, New Orleans, 
La., 1894-1908; w. c. Rochester, 1908- ; pursued biblical, philological 
and sociological studies at Chautauqua, N. Y., summers of 1890, 1897 
and 1898. Address, 637 Main St., Woburn Mass. 

ALBERT HENRY NEWMAN, b. Edgefield, S. C, Aug. 25, 1852; 
^ler. U. 1871 ; R. T. S. 1875 ; resident graduate, S. B. T. S., 1875-76 ; 
acting prof. Church History, R. T. S., 1877-80; prof. Church History, 
ib., 1880-81; prof. Church History, McMaster University, 1881-1901; 
prof. Church History and dean, Southwestern Bapt. T. S., 1901-. de- 
partment of Theology, Bay. U., 1901-08; professional lecturer. Divinity 
School, U. C, 1906. Translator (in part) and editor of Augustine's 
Antii-Manicliaean Treatises (Nicene and Post Nicene Fathers, Vol. 
IV) ; author, annotated translation of Immer's Hermeneutics of the 
New Testament; A History of the Baptist Churches in the United 
States; A History of Anti-P edobaptism ; A Manual of Church History 
(2 vols.) ; author in part and editor A Century of Baptist Achievement ; 
contributor to Baptist Encyclopedia; American Encyclopedia; Canadian 
Encyclopedia; Encyclopedia Britannica; The Popular and Critical En- 
cyclopedia; Dictionary of Christ and the Gospels; Dictionary of Re- 
ligions and Ethics; Realcncyklopddie filr Protestantische theologie und 
Kirche (3rd edition) ; department editor for Church History, and con- 
tributor New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge; 
contributor of article Der Protestantismus in Nord Amerika to "Der 
Protestantismus am Ende des XIX Jahrhundert in Vort und Bild, 
(Berlin) ; associate editor American Journal of Theology; and The 
Review and Expositor. LL.D., S. W. Bapt. U. 1883; D.D., Mercer 
Univ., 1885. Address, 609 Button St., Waco, Texas. 

WILLARD HASKELL ROBINSON, b. Lowell, Mass., Nov. 11, 
1850; Y. C. 1872; R. T. S. 1875; graduate student, ib., 1875-76; ord. 
Auburn, N. Y., July 8, 1876 ; p. Auburn, 1876-82 ; Epiphany ch., Phila- 
delphia, Pa., 1882-89; First ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1889-92; travel and 
study in Bible lands, 1891 ; united with Presbyterian denomination, 
1893. Address, Englewood, Chicago, 111. 

*JAMES ROBERT SMITH, b. Ontario, Can., Aug. 26, 1841; R. T. S. 
1875; ord. Royalton, N. Y., July 8, 1873; p. Royalton, 1873; Livonia 
Station, 1874-77; Canaseraga, 1877-79; Andover, 1879-80; Jeflferson, O.. 
1880-81 ; d. Jefferson, Aug. 14, 1881. 

*WILLIAM FREDERICK TAYLOR, b. London, Eng., Dec. 25, 
1844; U. R. 1869-72; R. T. S. 1875; ord. Medina, N. Y., June 1, 1875; 
p. Medina, June 1875-July 1882; East Orange, N. J., July 1882-May 
1889; Indianapolis, Ind., May 1889-May 1894; Seattle, Wash., May 
1894-June 1895; Dayton, O., June 1895-Oct. 1899; Riverside, Calif., 
May 1899-1905; D.D., D. U., 1898; d. Riverside, Calif. Oct. 19, 1905. 

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ALFRED M. WORCESTER, b. Newport, Ky., Feb. 16, 1850; U. 
R. 1871; R. T. S. 1875; ord. Meridcn. Conn., Sep. 2, 1875; p. W.. 
Meriden, 1875-77; Third ch., Cincinnati, O., 1878-79; merchant, Cin- 
cinnati, 1880-. Address 129 East 5th St., Cincinnati, O. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Jacob Albert, R. T. S. 1870-71, 1872-73, (for record, vid. G. D., 1871). 

*Eugene Cheeseman, Presb., b. New Hudson, N. Y., Mar. 11, 1841; 
Ham. C. 1869; R. T. S. 1872-73; dismissed to Aub. T. S. ; d. Webster. 
N. Y., July 27, 1886. 

Lewis Hall Morey, Presb.. b. Shelby, N. Y., Oct. 28, 1846; Ham. C. 
1868-70; U. R. 1872; R. T. S. 1872-73; dismissed to Aub. T. S. 

Address, R. D., 7, San Antonio, Texas. 

14-*4 

1876 

GRADUATES 

HENRY C. VEDDER, Class Secretary 

SAMUEL HENRY ANDERSON, b. Rochester, N. H., Apr. 26. 
1847; U. R. 1870-72; R. T. S. 1876; ord. Fairfax, Vt., Feb. 28. 1877 
p. E. Washington, N. H., 1877-79; Montgomery Center, Vt., 1880-81 

E. Hardwick, 1881-82; health failed; w. c. ib., 1882-85; in business 
1888-. Address, 503 Beech St., Manchester, N. H 

FRANK STOCKTON DOBBINS, b. Philadelphia, Pa., June 28, 1855 
Girard C, 1871; C. T. S. 1873-74; R. T. S. 1876; ord. Philadelphia, Pa 
July 18, 1876 ; miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, Yokohama. Japan, Oct. 1876-Dec 
1877; p. Calvary ch., Philadelphia, Pa., 1877-Sep. 1881; miss. A. B 

F. M. Soc., Tokyo, Japan, Oct. 1881-Nov. 82; p. Allentown, Pa., Mar 
1883-Junc 90; Frankford ch., Philadelphia, July 1890-May 93; dist 
secy., A. B. F. M. Soc, Philadelphia district, June 1893-. Author, False 
Gods or Idol Worshif of the World; Ansons in Asiatic Temples; A 
Foreign Missionary Manual; American Edition of Revised New Testa- 
ment. Address, 1701 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. 

*GEORGE FISHER LINFIELD, b. Randolph, Mass., Sep. 6, 1846; 
U. R. 1873; R. T. S. 1876; ord. Moline, 111., Jan. 4, 1877; p. Moline, 
1876-81; Muscatine, la., 1881-82; principal, Wayland Acad., Beaver 
Dam. Wis.. 1882-90; d. Beaver Dam, Apr. 30, 1890. 

JOHN WESLEY PAYNE, b. Cincinnati, O., Nov. 16, 1868; D. U. 
1873; R. T. S. 1876; ord. Groton. N. Y.. Nov. 1. 1876; p. Groton, 1876- 

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11; Morenci, Mich., 1878-79; Clinton, 1879-84; assisting Professor W 
R. Harper in his linguistic publications, Chicago, 111., and New Haven 
Conn., 1884-89; student, B. U. T. S., 1886; Y. U., 1887; p. Jewett City, 
Conn., Dec. 1889-June 1904; editor and mercantile pursuits, 1904- 
Member Conn. Legislature, 1909. Address, Jewett City, Conn 

ALANSON HARRIS PUTNAM, b. Putnam, Ont., Dec. 20, 1847 
U. T. 1874; R. T. S. 1876; ord. Fort Edward, N. Y., Aug. 14, 1876; p 
Fort Edward, July 1876-Apr. 82; Racine, Wis., Apr. 1882-Dec 85 
Fort Edward, N. Y., Dec. 1885-Oct. 88; Elm Hill, Boston, Mass., Oct. 
1888-June 94; mercantile pursuits, Toronto, Ont. 1896-. 

Address, Willowdale, Ont. Can. 

*WILLIS CYRUS RICHMOND, b. Rome, O., Oct. 27, 1850; O. C. 
1873; R. T. S. 1876; ord. Wallingford, Conn., June 22, 1876; p. Walling- 
ford, 1876-80; Jefferson St. ch., Providence, R. I., 1880-84; Charles 
River ch., Cambridge, Mass., 1884-91 ; First ch., Norristown, Pa., 1891- 
93; Central ch., Southbridge, Mass., 1893-96; w. c. Boston, 1896-97; 
associate p. Warren Ave. ch., Boston, 1898; p. First ch., Hoboken, N. 
J., 1898-1901; w. c. N. Y. City, 1901-1906; d. New York City, Dec. 24, 
1906. 

HENRY CLAY VEDDER, b. De Ruyter, N. Y., Feb. 26, 1853; U. R. 
1873; R. T. S. 1876; editorial staff, The Examiner, New York, 1876-94; 
editor. Baptist Rcviezv, 1886-92; ord. Calvary ch.. New York, Dec. 16, 
1894; prof. Church History, C. T. S., 1894- Author, Baptists and 
Liberty of Conscience; Short History of the Baptists; Dawn of Chris- 
tianity; American Writers of To-day; History of the Baptists of the 
Middle States; Balthazar Hiibmaier.; Christian Epoch Makers; Our 
New Testament: How did zve get itF; Church History Handbooks. 
D.D., U. R., 1897. Address, Chester, Pa. 

GEORGE FRANCIS WILKIN, b. Warsaw, N. Y., Aug. 2, 1848; 
U. R. 1871; R. T. S. 1876; supply, Olivet ch., Minneapolis, Minn. 1876- 
77; Kasota, 1877-78; Northfield, Sep. 1878-Jan. 79; student, S. B. T. S., 
autumn of 1879; supply, Franklin, Ky., winter of 1880; Hastings, Minn., 
May-Nov. 1880; engaged in teaching, preaching and mercantile pursuits, 
1881-87; teacher. Bap. C, Sioux Falls, S. D., Jan. 1888-June 89; mer- 
cantile pursuits, Tacoma, Wash., Sep. 1889-Sep. 1891 ; ord. Minneapolis, 
Minn., Apr. 11, 1894; literary work, 1894-. Author, The Prophesying 
of Women (1895); Control in Evolution (1903). Ph. D., Univ. of 
:\Iinn., 1902. Address, 601 Sixth St., S. E., Minneapolis, Minn. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

*Adoniram Judson Barrett, b. Kingsville, O., Apr. 1, 1832; U. R. 
1854; principal, Nunda, N. Y. Lit. Inst, 1854-57; Kingsville, O. 

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Acad., 1859-67; Lowvillc, N. Y. Acad, 1867-70; Rochester, N. Y. 
Collegiate Inst., 1870-74; R. T. S. 1874-76; ord. Rochester, June 1, 
1876; p. Lake Ave. ch., Rochester, 1876-89. D.D., U. R., 1884; d. Roch- 
ester. Oct. 20, 1889. 

Reuben E. Burton, b. Clyde, N. Y., Aug. 22, 1843; U. R. full grad. 1880; 
R. T. S. 1873-76; ord. E. Aurora, N. Y., June 13, 1876; p. E. Aurora, 
1876-79; Fairport, 1879-82; Delaware Ave. ch., Buffalo, 1882-84; Owego, 
1884-89; Delaware St. ch., Syracuse, 1889-. D.D., U. R., 1907. 

Address, 1011 W. Onondaga St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

John Craig, b. Yorkville, Ont., June 4, 1852; U. T. 1873; R. T. S. 
1873-75; in Europe, 1875-76; ord. Whitby, Ont., Nov. 17, 1876; p. 
Whitby, 1876-77; miss. Canadian Bapt. Miss. Soc, to the Telugus, 
India, 1877-. Author, Forty Years Among the Telugus; A History of 
the Mission of the Baptists of Ontario and Quebec to the Telugus, 
South India, 1867-1907. Address, Cocanada, Godavari Dist., India. 

Taylor Crum, b. West Candor, N. Y., Nov. 6, 1852; S. N. S., Oswego, 
1872; R. T. S. 1874-76; ord. Monroe, Mich., Sep. 13, 1876; p. Monroe, 
July 1876-Mar. 77 ; Newfield, N. Y., 1877-79 ; Richburg, 1879-81 ; An- 
dover, 1881-82; deposed by council called by Andover church, Feb. 
22, 1882; practicing law. Address, Fargo, N. Dak. 

*James White Hinds Dudley, b. Parish of Chalgrave, England, Nov. 
2, 1844 ; Working Men's C, London, Eng., and private tuition ; ord. E. 
New York, N. Y., Sep. 18, 1872 ; p. East New York. 1872-74 ; R. T. S. 
1874-76; p. Chili, N. Y., 1875-76; Limestone, S. C, 1876-77; Hunts, 
N. Y., 1877-78; Kingsville, O., 1878-81; Niles, Mich., 1881-84; Union 
Ave. ch., Paterson, N. J., 1885-86; stated supply, New Brighton, Statcn 
Is., 1887-88; p. S. Amboy, N. J., 1889-93; health failed; residence. 
Union Hill, 1893-1900; Ph.D.; d. Union Hill, Mar. 11, 1900. 

Henry Orne Hiscox, b. Norwich, Conn., July 1, 1849; College of the 
City of New York, 1869; teaching, 1869-73; R. T. S. 1873-74; U. T. S. 
1874-75; ord. Siou.x City, la., Dec. 9, 1875; p. Sioux City, 1875-78 
Kingston, N. Y., 1878-80; Twenty-third St. ch.. New York, 1880-84 
Fifth Ave ch., Troy, 1884-92; First ch.. Maiden, Mass., 1892-1902 
Calvary ch., Albany, N. Y., 1902-. D.D., Cy. C. 

Address, 226 Jay St., Albany, N. Y. 

♦Richard Frederick McMichael, b. Boston, Ont., Oct. 14, 1846; R. T. 
S. 1874-76; ord. Dcmarcst, N. J., Oct. 11, 1876; p. Demarest, 1876-77 
Roselle, 1877-80; First ch., Passaic, 1880-82; Regent St. ch., Saratoga 
Springs, N. Y., 1883-Dec. 91; supply, New York, Jan.-Oct. 1892 
student. New York Law School, 1892-94; associate p. Lexington Ave 
ch., New York, Oct. 1894-Oct. 96; p. First ch., Arlington, N. J., Oct 
1896-1907; d. :Manhattan, N. Y. C, Womans Hospital, Dec. 27, 1907 

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Harvey James Owen, M. E., b.. Penfield, N. Y., Mar. 23, 1846; R. 
T. S. 1873-74; U. R. 1875; p. Alexander, N. Y., Oct. 1876-Oct. 1877; 
Lincoln, Oct. 1877-Oct. 79; Bath, Oct. 1879-Oct. 80; ord. Hornellsville, 
Oct. 5, 1880; p. Bradford, Oct. 1880-Oct. 81; Woodhull, Oct. 1881- 
Oct. 84; Rathboneville, Oct. 1884-Oct. 87; E. Charleston, Pa., Oct. 1887- 
Oct. 90; Knoxville, Oct. 1890-Oct. 94; Savona, N. Y., Oct. 1894- 
Oct. 98; Cohocton, Oct. 1898-1900. 

16-*5 

1877 

GRADUATES 

ADELBERT S. COATS, Class Secretary 

*FRANCIS EUGENE ARNOLD, b. Gorham, N. Y., Mar. 18, 1848; 
U. M. 1874; R. T. S. 1877; ord. Gorham, N. Y., June 7, 1876; p. Gorham, 
1875-83; Dexter, Mich. 1884-87; health failed; in business, Ypsilanti, 
1887-89; p. Chelsea, 1889-90; Tecumseh, 1890-92; agent, Kal. C, 1892- 
93; p. Northville, 1893-96; Wayne, 1896-99; w. c. Ypsilanti, 1899-1908; 
d. Ypsilanti, Mich., Sept. 22, 1908. 

*GEORGE ALTIDORE ATCHISON, b. Unionville, N. Y., May 
4. 1846 ; U. R. 1874 ; R. T. S. 1877 ; ord. Ithaca, Mich., June 27, 1877 ; p. 
Ithaca, 1877-79; Corunna, 1879-81; Port Austin, 1881-85; in business. 
Port Austin, 1885-88; p. Romeo, 1888-94; Litchfield, 1894-95; Highland, 
1895-Nov. 99; Milan, Nov. 1899-1900; Kalkaska, 1900-02; Lansburg, 
1902-03; invalid, 1903-04; d. Lansing, Mich., Feb. 29, 1904. 

THOMAS SEYMOUR BARBOUR, b. Hartford, Conn., July 28, 
1853; B. U. 1874; R. T. S. 1877; ord. Brockport, N. Y., May 31, 1877; 
p. Brockport, June 1877-July 81; Orange, N. J., Oct. 1881-Sep. 83; 
First ch., Fall River, Mass., Oct. 1883-June 95 ; w. c. recuperating, 
Elizabethtown, N. Y., June 1895-Aug. 96; p. Brookline, Mass., Sep. 
1896-Dec. 98; foreign sec. A. B. F. M. Soc, 1899-. D.D., B. U., 1895. 
Address 32 Prospect Avenue, Wollaston, Mass. 

ELBERT RAWSON BENNETT, b. Rollin, Mich., Mar. 21, 1848; 
Kal C. 1869-72; ord. Rollin, Zvlich., Jan. 1872; p. Rollin, Jan. 1872- 
Sep. 74; R. T. S. 1877; p. Jonesville, Mich., Aug. 1877-Oct. 81 ; Traverse 
City, Oct. 1881-Oct. 85; Grand Rapids, Oct. 1885-Dec. 88; p. Pomona, 
Cal., Jan. 1889-Oct. 96; Los Angeles, Oct. 1896-Mar. 98; Oakland, Mar. 
1898-Jan. 1901 ; Santa Cruz, Jan. 1906- State Supt. of Missions North- 
ern and Central California and Nevada Convention, Jan. 1901-Jan. 06. 

Address, 29 Ocean View Ave., Santa Cruz, Calif. 
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*DYER MILTON CHRISTY, b. Grcensburg, Ind., Mar. 20, 1849; 
D. U. 1874; R. T. S. 1877; ord. Bryan, O., June 19. 1877; p. Bryan, 
1877-80; Madisonvillc, 1880-83; Ithaca, Mich, 1883-90; La Porte, Ind., 
July 1890-Aug. 91; Mitchell, Aug. 1891-Apr. 92; d. Mitchell, Ind. Apr. 
16, 1892. 

ADELBERT SUMPTER COATS, b. Schuyler's Lake, N. Y., Sep. 1, 
1847; Ham. C. 1874; R. 1". S. 1877; ord. Portland, Ore., Sep. 3, 1877; 
p. First ch., Portland, Aug. 1877-Nov. 80; prof. Elocution and Sacred 
Oratory, R. T. S., Jan. 1881-June 91 ; p. First ch., Pawtucket, R. I., Sep. 
1891-Sep. 93 ; First ch., Buffalo, N. Y., Oct 1893-Nov 1901 ; In Europe, 
Nov. 1901-Nov. 1902; supplying First ch., Cortland, N. Y., and First ch., 
Portland, Ore.. 1903-04; p. Evangel ch., Berkeley, Cal. 1905-09; w. c, 
ib.. 1909-. D.D., U. R., 1897. 

Address, 2609 Hillegass Ave., Berkeley, Cal. 

RUTGER DOX, b. Lafayette, N. Y., Mar. 15, 1850; U. R. 1874; R. 
T. S. 1877; ord. Ransomville, N. Y., May 24, 1877; p. Ransomville, 
May 1877-Sep. 81; Corning and Painted Post, Sep. 1881-86; Clean, 
June 1886-Sep. 91 ; Philadelphia, Pa., Sep. 1891-. Author, The Spiritual 
Asymptote ; The Problem of Prayer. 

Address, 3236 N. Sixteenth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

*JIRAH BLACKMER EWELL, b. Pavilion, N. Y., Mar. 29, 1853; 
Corn. U. 1873; R. T. S. 1877; ord. Warsaw, N. Y., June 1, 1877; p. 
Warsaw, May 1877-Mar. 80; First ch., Zanesville, O., May 1880-Dec. 
85; health failed; invalid, Udall, Kan., 1886-July 87; d. Udall, Kan., 
July 8, 1887. 

EDWIN PICKETT FARNHAM, b. Morris, Conn., Jan. 21, 1849; B. 
U. 1873; R. T. S. 1877; ord. Providence, R. I., Nov. 14, 1877; p. Cal- 
vary ch.. Providence, Nov. 1877-Feb. 83 ; Warburton Ave. ch., Yonkers, 
N. Y., Mar. 1883-May 86; stated supply, Minneapolis and Richfield, 
Minn., 1887-88; p. First ch., Salem, Mass., June 1888- Apr. 1903; supt. 
Bapt. Church Extension Soc, Brooklyn and Queens Co., Mar. 1903-. 
Author, historical essay. The Growth of Protestantism in America. 
D.D., B. U., 1903. 

Address, 450 Elm St., Richmond Hill, New York, N. Y. 

*SETH TAYLOR FARNHAM, b. Morris, Conn., Aug. 20, 1847; B. 
U. 1874; R. T. S. 1877; ord. Malone, N. Y., Sep. 1877; p. Malone, Sep. 
1877-:Mar. 83 ; Medina, Mar. 1883-Sep 84 ; d. Block Island, R. I., Sep. 7, 

1884. 

EDWARD THEOPHILUS FOX, b. Winchester, Ont., Dec. 9, 1845; 
U. T. 1871-74; R. T. S. 1877; ord. Throopsville, N. Y., Aug. 30, 1877; p. 
Throopsville, 1877-78; Springville, 1879-82; Jeflferson, O., 1882-84; 
Erie, Pa., July 1884-Dec. 87; Pittsburg, Jan. 1888-June 89; w. c. July 

85 



1877 

1889-Oct. 90; p. Seymour, Ind., Nov. 1890-May 92; general miss, work, 
Toronto, Ont., June 1892- treas., "Bapt. H. M. Board of Ont. and Que., 
June 1895-. treas., Bapt. Western Miss. Board of Ont. and Que., 
1897-. treas., Bapt. Foreign Mission Board of Ont. and Que., June 189S>-. 

Address, P. O., Box 251, Toronto, Ont. 

ORRIN PHILLIP GIFFORD, b. Montague, Mass., Apr. 15, 1847; B. 
U. 1874; R. T. S. 1877; ord. Pittsfield, Mass., June 13, 1877; p. Pitts- 
field, June 1877-Feb. 79; Warren Ave. ch., Boston, Mar. 1879-Dec. 89; 
First ch., Brookline, Jan. 1899-Oct. 91 ; Immanuel ch., Chicago, 111., 
Nov. 1891-Sep. 94; Delaware Ave. ch., Buffalo, N. Y., Oct. 1894-Oct. 
1907; First ch., Brookline, Mass., Nov. 1907-. Author, Sermons. D.D., 
U. R., 1896. Address, 44 Marebie St., Brookline, Mass. 

HENRY HARRISON HEWITT, b. Jerusalem, N. Y., Feb. 18, 1848; 
U. R. 1874; R. T. S. 1877; ord. Akron, N. Y., June 19, 1877; p. Akron, 
1877-79; Milford, Mich., 1879-86; miss. Mich. State Conv., St Ignace, 
1886-89; p. Bronson, 1889-92; miss. A. B. H. M. Soc, Ellendale, N. 
D., 1892-99; Elkton, S. Dak., 1899-1904; p. Kenyon, Minn., 1904-. 

Address, Kenyon, Minn. 

HORACE LEE HOUSE, b. Otselic, N. Y., Jan. 6, 1850; Corn. U. 
1874 ; R. T. S. 1877 ; ord. Minneapolis, Minn., June 1877 ; p. Minneapolis, 
1877-80; Racine, Wis., 1880-82; Crookston, Minn. 1883-87; Beth-Eden 
ch., Omaha, Neb., 1887-91; First ch., Grand Island, 1891-92; First ch., 
Nebraska City, 1892-99; residence, ib., 1899-. 

Address, Nebraska City, Neb. 

♦ALBERT JONATHAN LYON, b. Sturbridge, Mass., July 11, 1848; 
S. C. 1867-68; U. R. 1871; principal, Afton (Minn.) Acad., 1871-74; 
R. T. S. 1877; ord. Newport, Minn., Sep. 20, 1877; miss. A. B. F. M. 
Soc, to the Ka-Chins, Burma, 1877-78; d. Bhamo, Burma, Mar. 15, 1878. 

CLARK ORLANDO MALTBY, b. S. Rutland, N. Y., July 19, 1836; 
S. N. S., Albany, N. Y., 1856; in business, 1859-74; R. T. S. 1877; 
ord. Madison, Wis., Sep. 6, 1877; p. Madison, Sep. 1877-May 83; 
Chicago, 111., Sep. 1883-May 84; Batavia, May 1884-Nov. 85; Philadel- 
phia, Pa., Dec. 1885-Dec. 88; w. c. Philadelphia, 1888-95; engaged as 
stated supply, Wyoming Ave. miss, for two years, also occasional sup- 
ply; p. Paterson, N. J., Apr. 1895-1902; stated supply, Philadelphia, Pa., 
April 1902-Sep. 03 ; p. Newtown, Sep. 1903-June 06 ; w. c. 1906-Dec. 09 ; 
mission work General Hospital, Paterson, Dec. 1909-. Author, Songs 
and Poems. Address, 730 E. 26th St., Paterson, N. J. 

ZACHARIAS CLARK MARTEN, b. Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 23, 
1849; G. D. 1871-74; R. T. S. 1877; ord. Erie, Pa., June 1, 1877; p. 
First German ch., Erie, May 1877-June 79; German ch.. New Haven, 

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Conn., June 1879-June 82; miss. Conn. State Conv. 1882; p. Cromwell, 
Oct. 1882-Oct. 83; First German ch., Brooklyn, E. D., Oct. 1883-Oct. 
85 ; Bennington, Vt., Oct. 1885-Dec. 93 ; First ch., Asbury Park, N. J.. 
1893-1902; Elizabeth. Pa.. 1902-06; First ch., Atlantic Highlands. N. J., 
1906. prcs.. Vt. State S. S. Conv.; pres., Vt. State C. E. Soc. 

Address, Corner Center Avenue and Avenue D 

Atlantic Highlands. N. J. 

ROBERT MITCHELL MARTIN, h. Duntocher, Scotland, Dec. 16. 
1849; 15. U. 1873; prof. Lalin, Peddle Inst., N. J., 1873-74; R. T. S. 
1877; ord. Mumford. N. V.. Aug. 30, 1877; p. Mumford, 1877-79; Deep 
River, Conn., 1879-81; Orange, N. J., 1881-84; New York, N. Y., 1884- 
85; Amenia, 1886-87; Fourth ch., Providence, R. L, 1887-92; private 
study of N. T. Exegesis and Introduction, Rochester, N. Y., 1892-95 ; 
acting p. First ch., Buffalo, 1892-93; Central ch., Salem, Mass., 1896- 
Sept. 99; acting p. Olivet ch., Montreal, Sept. 1900-May 01; acting 
p. First ch., Cleveland. O., Feb.-Sep. 1902; acting p. Washington Street. 
Lynn. Mass.. Oct. 1902-Oct. 03; acting p. Essex Street, Lynn. Mar.- 
Aug. 1907; acting p. Braintrce, Mass., Nov. 08-June 09. 

Address, 12^ Hathorn St.. Salem, Mass. 

JOHN HENRY MASON, b. W. Swanzey, N. H., May 29, 1850; B. 
U. 1872; staff of New York Tribune, 1872-74; R. T. S. 1877; ord. Sen- 
nett, N. Y., June 6, 1877; p. Sennett, June 1877-Oct. 81; Brockport. 
Nov. 1881-Apr. 89; First ch.. New Haven, Conn., May 1889-June 96 
in Europe, June-Dec. 1896; residence, Morristown, N. J., and Brooklyn 
N. Y., Jan.-Dec. 1897; p. Batavia, N. Y., Jan. 1898-Jan. 1904; Huntley 
prof. English Bible, R. T. S., Sep. 1903- D.D., U. R. 1903 ; B. U., 1904 
Address. 213 Culver Road, Rochester, N. Y 

*JOHN McKINNEY, b. Philadelphia, Pa.. May 1, 1848; B. U. 1874 
R. T. S. 1877; ord. Elizabeth, N. J., Oct. 19, 1877; p. Central ch., 
Elizabeth. 1877-87; De Land, Fla., Nov. 1887-June 94; manufacturing 
and printing business, De Land, 1894-98; supply. Lake Helen, 1895-98; 
d. Glens Falls, N. Y., Apr. 2, 1898. 

CHARLES HENRY MOSCRIP, b. Fort Miller, N. Y., June 20, 1848; 
U. R. 1874; R. 'i\ S. 1877; ord. Clyde, N. Y.. Oct. 4, 1877; p. Clyde. 
187/-78; Keokuk. la.. Nov. 1878-July 84; Jerseyville, 111.. July 1884- 
Nov. 86; Lafayette Park ch., St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 1886- Apr. 90; First 
ch., Rockford, 111., Apr. 189(>-Feb. 94; Olive St. ch., Kansas City, Mo.. 
Feb. 1894-Apr. 95 ; stated supply, Garfield Ave. ch., iMilwaukee, Wis., 
Apr.-Sep. 1895 ; p. Upper Alton, 111.. Sep. 1895-July 98 ; editor. Olncy 
Republican, Olney. 111., Sep. 1898-Apr. 99; stated supply. Fort Miller. 
N. Y., Apr. 1899-1900 ; supply at Interlaken, N. Y.. June 1900-Sep. 01 ; 
Evangelistic work. Sept. 1901-Oct. 03 ; p. Center White Creek, N. Y., 

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Oct. 1903-Dec. 07; miss. p. Oil Creek Bap. Assoc. Pa., Dec. 1908-Dec. 
09 ; associate editor, Word and Way, Kansas City, Mo. ; editorial work 
on Central Baptist of St. Louis, Mo., 1890-94. Author, tract. Work 
with the Unsaved. D.D., La. Gr. C, 1887. 

Address, 27 Meigs St., Rochester, N. Y. 

ARCHIBALD CHARLES WILKINS, b. in Darlington County, S. 
C, Mar. 5, 1845; U. R. 1874; R. T. S. 1877; ord. Farmington, 111., Dec. 
13, 1877; p. Farmington, Dec. 1877-Mar. 81; Marshalltown, la., Mar. 
1881-Aug. 82; Beaufort, S. C, Apr. 1883-June 96; Batesburg, Apr. 
1897-Apr. 1904; Abbeville, Apr. 1904-. Author, Essay on The Biblical 
Doctrine of the Atonement. D.D., Fur. U., 1899. 

Address, Abbeville, S. C. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

George Gilbert Benson, b. Barren Plains (near Springfield), Tenn., 
Apr. 13, 1845; Eureka C. 1865-68; Louisville U. 1869-71; M. D., Nash- 
ville U. 1874 ; S. B. T. S. 1874-75 ; R. T. S. 1875-76 ; not ord. ; practic- 
ing medicine, Nashville, Tenn., 1876-. pres. Board of Health, E. Nash- 
ville, 1877-79; Justice of the Peace of Davidson County, 1894-1900; 

Address, Nashville, Tenn. 

*J. George Fetzer, R. T. S. 1874-76; (for record, vid. G. D., class of 
1873) ; d. Wandsbek, Germany, July 31, 1909. 

Henry L. Janzen, R. T. S. 1874-75, (for record, vid. G. D., class of 
1873). 

George S. Pratt, b. Milford, N. Y., Feb. 14, 1849; ord. Elizabethtown, 
N. Y., Jan. 29, 1873; p. Elizabethtown, 1872-74; R. T. S. 1874-76; p. 
St. Albans, Vt., 1878-87; united with Epis. ch. 

Address, New York, N. Y. 

Daniel Rhodes, b. Pawtuxet, R. I., Aug. 4, 1842; 2nd lieutenant, U. S. 
Army, 1864-65; B. U. 1873; R. T. S. 1874-75; prof. Latin, Central U., 
Pella, la., 1876-78 ; agent, A. B. P. Soc. for Colorado, 1879-80 ; engaged 
in mercantile pursuits, 1881-82 ; invalid, 1883 ; department clerk, Wash- 
ington, D. C, 1884-88; special Examiner of Pensions, 1888-. 

Address, Bureau of Pensions, Washington, D. C. 

Heinrich Wernick, R. T. S. 1874-75; (for record, vid. G. D., class of 
1874). 

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1878 

1878 

GRADUATES 

FRANCIS H. ROWLEY, Class Secretary 

HOMER CULVER BRISTOL, b. Auburn, N. Y., June 18, 1852; 
U. K. 1874; R. T. S. 1878; ord. Elkhart, Ind., Dec. 22, 1878; p. Elkhart, 
Nov. 1878-Dec. 79; Cedar Rapids, la., Jan. 1880-Dec. 81; invalid, San 
Jose, Oakland, Los Angeles, and Dixon, Gal., 1882-91 ; prof. Los 
Angeles U., Sep. 1888-Jan. 90; teaching, Patcrson. N. J., Sep. 1891- 
June 95 ; graduate student, U. N. Y., 1891-92 ; 1893-95 ; teaching, Sax- 
ton's River, Vt., Brooklyn, N. Y., June 1895- 

Address, 236 Willoughby Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

GALON SMITH CLEVENGER, b. Kennon, C, Oct. 20. 1849; D. U. 
1875; R. T. S. 1878; ord. Pike. N. Y., Aug. 1878; p. Pike. 1878-82; 
First ch., Brookings, S. Dak., 1882-88; Vermillion, 1888-89; Rapid 
Gity, 1889-97 ; Pierre, 1897-99 ; chaplain, Grigsby's Regt. Rough Riders, 
1898; chaplain. S. D. State Senate, 1899; general miss., Alaska, 1900- 
07; p. Ballard ch., Seattle, Wash., 1907-08; Marshficld, 1908-09; Sum- 
ner, 1909-. Address, Sumner, Wash. 

CHARLES DEWITT KING, b. Oswego, N. Y., May 25, 1847; D. 
U. 1875; R. T. S. 1878; ord. New London, O., Sep. 11, 1878; miss. 
A. B. F. M. Soc, Assam., 1878-86; homesteading and teaching, Colo., 
1886-92; miss., Assam, 1892-99; mercantile pursuits, Chicago, 111., 1899-. 

Address, 2952 Prairie Ave., Chicago, III. 

PHILIP STAFFORD MOXOM, b. Markham, Ont., Aug. 10, 1848; 
private. 17th Regt. 111. Vol. Cav., 1863-65; ord. Bellevue, Mich., Sep. 
19. 1871; p. Bellevue, 1871-72; Albion, 1872-75; R. T. S. 1878; U. R. 
1879; p. Mt. Morris, N. Y., 1875-79; First ch., Cleveland. O., Apr. 
1879-Aug. 85; First ch., Boston, JMass., Aug. 1885-Dec. 93; South 
Cong, ch., Springfield, 1894- ; pres. Bible Normal C. June 1899-. Au- 
thor, Aim of Life; From Jerusalem to Nicaea; The Religion of Hope. 
D.D., B. U., 1892. Address, Springfield, Mass. 

THERON OUTWATER, b. Wilson, N. Y., Mar. 18, 1848; U. R. 
1875; R. T. S. 1878; ord. Sanborn, N. Y., June 20. 1878; p. Sanborn, 
June 1878-April 83; Elizabeth. N. J., Apr. 1883- Apr. 88; Kendall ch., 
Washington, D. C, Apr. 1888-. 

Address, 1352 B. St., S. W., Washington, D. C. 

WILLIAM PAPENHAUSEN, b. Seehausen, Prussia, Sep. 2, 1846; 
G. D. 1868-69; U. R. 1871-75; R. T. S. 1878; miss, to Germans, Rich- 
mond, Va., 1878-80; ord. Springfield, 111., Dec. 29, 1880; p. First German 

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ch., Springfield, Apr. 1880-Apr. 84; First German ch., Boston, Mass., 
May 1884-Nov. 96; First German' ch.. Borough of Queens, New York, 
N. Y., Nov. 1896-Nov. 98; First German ch.. Union, N. J., Nov. 1898- 
Sep. 1901; First German ch., Columbus, Neb., Sep. 1901-Mar. 08; First 
German ch., Springfield, 111., Mar. 1908-. 

Address, 1431 College St., Springfield, 111. 

FRANCIS HAROLD ROWLEY, b. Hilton, N. Y., July 25, 1854; 
U. R. 1875; R. T. S. 1878; ord. Rochester, N. Y., June 22, 1878; 
p. Parker City, Pa., 1878-79; Titusville, 1879-84; North Adams, Mass., 
1884-92; Oak Park, Chicago, 111., 1892-96; First ch.. Fall River, Mass., 
1896-1900; First ch., Boston, Mass., 1900-10; pres. Mass. Soc. for Pre- 
vention of Cruelty to Animals, 1910-. secy., Am. Humane Assoc, 
1894-1902; visitor Divinity School, H. U., 1905- member Corporation 
for administering Brigham Hospital for Incurables, Boston, 1906-. 
D.D., U. R., 1897. Address, Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. 

WILLIAM ALONZO STANTON, b. Lawrenceville, Pa., Mar. 5, 
1854; Hanover C. 1875; R. T. S. 1878; ord. Muncie, Ind., Nov. 14, 
1878; p. Muncie, 1878-Feb. 80; Vermont St. ch., Quincy, 111., Feb. 
1880-Aug. 85; student, U. C, 1884-86; p. First ch., Rockford, 111., 
Sep. 1885-Mar. 90; Shady Ave. ch., Pittsburg, Pa., Mar. 1890-. Pitts- 
burg correspondent, The Examiner, 1890-1900; author, Stanton Family; 
Three Important Movements. Ph.D., U. C, 1886; D.D., Hanover C, 
1890. Address, 6340 Marchand St., Pittsburg, Pa. 

WILSON FARON WAKEFIELD, b. Milford, N. Y., Apr. 17, 1845; 
private 2d Regt. N. Y. Artillery, 1861-65; U. R. 1874; R. T. S. 1878; 
ord. Ontario, N. Y., June 13, 1878; p. Truxton, N. Y., 1878-80; Maho- 
pac Falls, 1880-83; p. Port Chester, 1883-93; engaged in mercantile 
pursuits, ib., 1893-. Address, Port Chester, N. Y. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

*Frank Sanderson Ashmore, b. Bangkok, Siam, Dec. 21, 1853; B. U. 
1871-74 ; health failed ; resting in Pennsylvania woods, 1874-76 ; R. T. 
S. 1876-78; ord. Montevideo, Minn., July 1878; p. Montevideo, 1878-80; 
and 1881-83 ; Hastings, 1884 ; d. St. Paul, Minn., Dec. 6, 1884. 

Samuel Baxter Brierly, b. Neshannock Falls, Pa., Aug. 21, 1851; D. 
U. 1875; R. T. S. 1875-76; not ord.; in journalistic work. 

Address, Chicago, 111. (1900) 

William Pendleton Chipman, b. Mystic, Conn., May 11, 1854; B. U. 
1875; R. T. S. 1875-76; ord. Davisville, R. I., Jan. 3, 1877; p. Davis- 
ville, Jan. 1877-July 83; Peabody, Mass., July 1883-Jan. 85; acting p. 
Barnwell Court House, S. C, Jan.-May 85 ; w. c. Mystic, Conn., in 
business May 1885-Oct. 86; p. Walton, N. Y., Oct 1886-May 88; Pawl- 

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ing, May 1888-June 92; Essex, Conn., June 1892-May 1900; Damaris- 
cotta, Me., May 1900-May 06; in literary and mercantile pursuits May 
1906-. Author, Black Forge Mills; Roy Gilbert's Search; and many 
other tales of travel and adventure. D.D., Presb. C. of S. C, 1890. 

Address, Talcottville, Conn. 

Dudley Fletcher Howell, b. Warren Co., Ky., Aug. 18, 1848; Bethel 
C. 1S74; ..rd. llcthany ch., Warren Co., Ky., Aug. 18, 1873; R. T. S. 
1875-77; dismissed to S. B. T. S. 

♦Joseph AUeine Kellogg, b. Frankfort, Ky., May 1, 1839; Free Acad., 
Xorwich, Conn., R. T. S. 1876-77; deceased. 

Archibald P. McDiarmid, b. Yarmouth, Ont., June 10, 1852; U. T. 
1875; K. T. S. 1875-76; ord. Clarence, Ont., June 20, 1876; p. Clarence, 
June 1876-Aug. 77; Strathroy, Sep. 1877-Nov. 79; Port Hope, Nov. 
1879-Dec. 82; Ottawa, Dec. 1882-Apr. 89; Brooklyn, N. Y., Mar. 1890- 
Nov. 92; secy. Foreign Miss. Board of Ontario and Quebec, Nov. 1892- 
June 99; treas. ib., June 1896-June 99; principal, Brandon College, 
Manitoba, June 1899-. D.D., McM. U., 1899. 

Address, 1240 Lorin Ave., Brandon, Man. 

*Samuel Whitney Nichols, b. Burlington, Vt., Nov. 12, 1846; Colg. U. 
1874; R. T. S., 1874-75; Colg. T. S., 1877; miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, 
Madras, India, 1878-80; d. Madras, Dec. 8, 1880. 

James Michael Raycroft, b. Scull, Ireland, Aug. 26, 1846; R. T. S. 
1876-77 (1900). 

*John Frank Stone, b. Syracuse, N. Y., 1847; D. U. 1875; R. T. S. 
1875-76; prof. Leland U., New Orleans, La., 1876-78; d. New Orleans, 
Feb. 19, 1878. 

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1879 
GRADUATES 

FRANK L. WILKINS, Class Secretary 

WILLIAM ASHMORE, b. Bangkok, Siam, Sep. 28, 1851; B. U. 1870; 
teacher, Peddie Inst., Hightstown, N. J., 1870-72; student, Univ. of 
Leipzig, 1872-73; Univ. of Berlin, 1873-74; prof, of Greek, S. C. 1874- 
75; instructor in Greek and Latin, B. U., 1875-76; R. T. S. 1879; ord. 
Rochester, June 26, 1879; miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, Swatow, China, 
1879-87; on furlough, residence, Minneapolis, Minn. 1887-91; Swatow, 
Oct. 1891-99; on furlough, residence, Morgan Park, III., 1899-1900; 
Hamilton, New York, 1900-01; Swatow, Oct. 1901-Feb. 09; on fur- 

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lough, residence, Chicago, 111., 1909-. Author, A Version of Portions 
of the New Testament in Swatow Colloquial; Revision of Swatow 
Collouqial New Testament; Revision of Genesis; The Lord's Day (in 
Chinese— China Bapt. Pub. Soc, Canton). D.D., B. U., 1905. 

Address, Swatow, China. 

WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON AVERY, b. Granville, O., July 13, 
1840; 113th Regt., O. Vol. Inf., private, serg. major, first lieut., and 
captain, 1862-65; D. U., 1867; principal. Collegiate Inst., Canton, O., 
1869-76; R. T. S. 1879; ord. Rochester, N. Y., Mar. 25, 1880; p. Genesee 
St. ch., Rochester, 1880-81 ; Mason City, la., Nov. 1881-Mar. 83 ; Den- 
ison, Dec. 1883-Feb. 87 ; Jerseyville, III., Feb. 1887-Sep. 91 ; prof. Intel- 
lectual and Moral Philosophy, S. C, Sep. 1891-June 94; w. c. Upper 
Alton, 111., June 1894-July 95 ; p. St. Albans, Vt., July 1895-1903 ; w. c, 
invalid, 1903-. D.D., S. C, 1895. Address, Middletown Springs, Vt. 

FRANCIS BELLAMY, b. Mount Morris, N. Y., May 18, 1855; U. R. 
1876; R. T. S. 1879; ord. Little Falls, N. Y., Dec. 18, 1879; p. Little 
Falls, Dec. 1879-Jan. 85; Bethany ch., Boston, Mass., Feb. 1885-June 
91 ; editorial and publishing work. Address 31 E. 17th St., N. Y. City. 

ARTHUR BILLINGS CHAFFEE, b. Philadelphia, Pa., June 19, 
1852; P. U. 1876; R. T. S. 1879; prof. Latin Lang, and Literature, 
F. C. 1879-87; prof. Chemistry and Physics, ib., 1887-89; ord. Franklin, 
Ind., Sep. 30, 1884; p. Plainfield and Danville, Ind., 1885-87; Seymour, 
Mar. 1889-Aug. 90; South Bend, Sep. 1890-Jan. 96; pres. Central U. of 
Iowa, Pella, la., 1895-99; H. U., Chemistry, summer of 1888; U. C, 
Sociology, summer of 1895 ; p. Mason City, Jan. 1899 ; Forest Ave. ch., 
Des Moines, la., 1899-1900; prof. Philosophy and History, Des M. C, 
1899-1900; pres. Bishop C, Marshall, Texas, 1901-07; prof. History, 
Kal. C, 1907-. D.D., F. C, 1894. 

Address, 1227 Jefferson Avenue, Kalamazoo, Mich. 

*GEDDIS HERMAN ELGIN, b. Claysville, Ind., Mar. 16, 1848; F. 
C. 1875; ord. Columbus, Ind., Aug. 3, 1875; p. Columbus, 1875-76; 
R. T. S. 1879; p. North ch., Indianapolis, Ind., 1879-82; editor and 
proprietor, Indiana Baptist, 1881-90; stated supply, Adams, Mt. Pleas- 
ant, Clayton, Lewis Creek, and Southport, Ind., in connection with 
journalistic work, 1882-90; D.D., F. C, 1889; d. Southport, Ind., May 
5, 1890. 

LOUIS AGASSIZ GOULD, b. Boston, Mass., June 4, 1855; Wms. 
C. 1875; R. T. S. 1879; ord. Holley, N. Y., June 5, 1879; p. Holley, 
June 1879-Jan. 84; associate p. Fall River, Mass., June 1885-Dec. 86; 
miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, Ningpo, China, Aug. 1888-Aug. 89; Shaohing, 
Aug. 1889-Oct. 93; acting p. Racine, Wis., Oct. 1893-May 94; p. High- 

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land Park. 111.. June 1894-July 97; Shelbyville, Ind., Jan. 1898-1901; 
p. Santa Monica, Occidental Heights. Downey and other churches in 
Los Angeles, Calif. Assoc, 1901-06; w. c. 1906-. 

Address, 3800 E. First St., Los Angeles, Calif. 

BENJAMIN HUGHES, b. Fishguard, S. Wales, Eng., Nov. 2, 1843; 
U. R. 1875; supply, Hornby and Monterey, N. Y., 1875-76; R. T. S. 
1879; licensed and set apart to miss, work among the seafaring class 
by the Washington St. ch., Buflfalo, N. Y. ; miss, work. Mariner's 
Temple, New York, 1879-81 ; miss, work among sailors, Milford Haven, 
South Wales, Eng., 1882-95; Bethel, miss., Lowestoft, 1895-1902; 
dist secy, of British and Foreign Sailors Soc, 1905-. 

Address, 36 Stanthorpe Rd., Streatham, S. W. 

BENJAMIN LEWIS NEFF, b. Rural Dale, O., Dec. 21, 1845; D. U. 
1876; R. T. S. 1879; ord. Columbia, O., Nov. 28, 1879; p. Columbia, 
1879-81; Duncan's Falls, 1881-87; Caldwell, 1887-91; Valley, 1891-95; 
Vigo, 1895-99; CenterviUc, 1899-1904; Dresden, 1905-06; Plain City, 
1907-. Address, Plain City, Ohio. 

FRANKLIN PIERCE SWARTZ, b. near Stirling, O., June 8, 1852; 
D. U., 1876; R. T. S. 1879; ord. Loudonvilie. 6., Oct. 29, 1879; p. 
Loudonville, Aug. 1879-Oct. 88; Portsmouth, Oct. 1888-Feb. 91; King's 
Mills, Feb. 1891-. Address, King's Mills, Ohio. 

FRANK LEMOINE WILKINS, b. Tyrone, N. Y., June 30, 1851; 
U. R. 1876; R. T. S. 1879; ord. Auburn, N. Y., Oct. 8, 1879; p. Second 
ch., Auburn, Sep. 1879-Nov. 85; Calvary ch., Davenport, la., Nov. 1885- 
Sep. 91; general secy. B. Y. P. U. of America, Oct. 1891-Mar. 97; 
editor, The Baptist Union, Nov. 1891-July 96; p. First ch., Gloucester, 
Mass., Nov. 1897-Sept. 1905; Free St., ch., Portland, Me., Oct. 1905-. 
D.D., Central U. of Iowa, 1886. 

Address, 122 Emery St., Portland, ]\Iaine. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

George Washington Coon, M. E., b. Shelby, N. Y.. July 26, 1847; U. 
R. 1876; R. T. S. 1876-78; dismissed to Boston U. School of Theology. 

Address, 22 Portland St., Worcester, Mass. 

George Edwin Eldredge, b. Warsaw, O., June 19, 1849; U. R. 1876; 
R. T. S. 1876-77; ord. Marengo, la., Feb. 26. 1879; p. Marengo, 1878-80; 
Dublin and neighboring churches. 1881-84; CenterviUc, 1884-85; New 
Market 1886-87; Raritan, 111., 1887-88; student, Hahnemann Med. C, 
Chicago, 1889-90; p. Poway, Cal., 1891-92; Oceanside, 1893-94; Del 
Mar, 1895-96; w. c. Oceanside, 1897-98; Coronado, 1899-. 

Address, Orange Ave., & 3rd Street, Coronado, Cal. 
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*Lucius Harrison Fisher, b. Napoli, N. Y., Dec. 7, 1846; R. T. S. 
1877-79; ord. Farmington, Pa., Oct. 29, 1879; p. Farmington, 1879-82; 
Clymer, N. Y. 1882-85; Osage City, Kan., 1885-87; Stockton, 1887-89; 
Downes, 1889-90; Marysville, 1890-92; d. Topeka, Kan., Apr. 12, 1892. 

Frank Wayland Gibbs, b. Bennettsburg, N. Y., Mar. 24, 1852; R. T. S. 
1877-78; not ord.; joined Seventh Day Adventists. 

Address, St. Helena, Calif. (1900). 

Isaiah Borroughs Hudnutt, M. E., b. Royalton, N. Y., July 23, 1846; 
U. R. 1872; principal, Union School, Fairport, N. Y., Sep. 1872-June 
1873 ; Union school, Scottsville, Sep. 1873-June 1875 ; Boston U. School 
of Theology, 1875-76; ord. Medina, N. Y., Sep. 23, 1877; p. Charlotte, 
Oct. 1877-Oct. 1880; R. T. S. 1879; dismissed to Boston U. School of 
Theology. Address, Lockport, N. Y. 

*Horace Holmes Hunt, b. E. Clarence, N. Y., May 10, 1852; U. R. 
1876; R. T. S. 1876-78; dismissed to N. T. I.; d. Fairport, N. Y., June 
23, 1897. 

Julian William Johnson, b. near Milwaukee, Wis., Dec. 12, 1849; U. 
R. two years ; R. T. S. 1877 ; not ord. ; residence, Rochester, N. Y., 
1878-. Address, 1224 Lake Ave., Rochester, N. Y. 

Fritz August Licht, R. T. S. 1876-79, (for record, vid. G. D., class 
of 1879). 

Stephen Abbott Northrop, b. Granville, C, Apr. 7, 1853; Colg. U. 
1876; R. T. S. 1876-77; ord. Fenton, Mich., Oct. 4, 1877; p. Fenton, 
July 1877-Sep. 82; p. Fort Wayne, Ind., Sep. 1882-Oct. 95; pres., 
Ind. State Conv. for three years ; p. First ch., Cincinnati, O., 
Oct. 1892-Dec. 96; First ch., Kansas City, Mo., Dec. 1896-Feb. 1, 
1906; First ch., Los Angeles, Cal., Feb. 1, 1906-July 1, 1908; supply 
of First ch., Carthage, Mo., during literary work, 1908-09; p. First ch., 
Kansas City, Mo., 1910-. Chautauqua lecturer; Chaplain of two Nation- 
al Republican Conventions, etc. Author, A Cloud of Witnesses; The 
Johns zuho have Made History. LL.D., U. of Mo., 1900. D.D., F. C, 
1895. Address, Kansas City, Mo. 

*Temple Carey Sargent, b. Goodhope, O., Dec. 25, 1853; D. U. 1876; 
R. T. S. 1876-78; not ord.; health failed; in Insane Asylum, Cincinnati, 
O., 1880-1901 ; d. Carthage, O., 1902. 

James Eaton Wallace, b. Albany, N. Y., June 23, 1849; U. R. 1873; 
p. M. E. ch., Sweden Center, N. Y., 1873-84; ord. deacon in M. E. 
Church, Batavia, Sep. 27, 1874; p. Youngstown, N. Y., 1874-75; Mill- 
ville, 1875-76; R. T. S. 1876-77; stated supply, W. Webster, 1876-77; 

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p. Pendleton. 1877-79; Newfane, 1879-81; Manila, 1881-83; Hemlock 
Lake, 1883-85; Hedding ch., Rochester, 1885-87; Hinsdale, 1887-89; 
Rushford, 1889-91 ; united with the Park Ave. Bapt. ch., Rochester, 
1891 ; ord. North Bapt. ch., Rochester, Dec. 21, 1891 ; p. North ch., 1891- 
92; engaged in evangelistic work and pulpit supply, 1893-97; w. c. 
Rochester, 1897-1902; educational work, Santiago, Cuba, 1902-08; unit- 
ed with Pentecostal ch. Address, 78 Nottingham Ave., Patchogue, L. I. 

21-*4 

1880 

GRADUATES 

JOSIAH R. HENDERSON, Class Secretary 

*HENRIE SARGENT BAGLEY, b. Yates, N. Y., Jan. 4, 1852; U. R.; 
R. T. S. 1880; not ord.; p. Wilder St. mission, Rochester, N. Y., 1880- 
82; Wolcott, 1882-83; d. N. Parma, N. Y., Apr. 29, 1883. 

JESSE BOSWELL, b. Monrocville, O., Nov. 19, 1849; D. U. 1877; 
K. T. S. 1880; ord. Storm Lake. la., June 21, 1881; p. Storm Lake, 
18S0-May 83; Bellevue, O., May 1883-May 84; New London, Sep. 1884- 
May 89 ; Erie, Pa., May 1889-June 91 ; Weston, Mich., Mar. 1892-June 
97; on farm, Monroeville, O.. June 1897-Nov. 98; p. Heston St. ch., 
Toledo, Oct. 1898-1904; supplied at Oakwood Ave. ch., Toledo, June 
and became pastor, Nov. 1904-July 07; p. Monroeville, O., Jan. 1908-. 

Address, ]\fain St., IVIonroeville, O. 

JOSEPH VANOR GARTON, b. England, Oct. 29, 1850; U. R. 1877; 
R. T. S. 1880; ord. Meridon, Conn., Dec. 7, 1880; p. First ch., Meriden, 
Oct. 1880-Mar. 91 ; Old Cambridge ch., Cambridge, Mass., Mar. 1891- 
Apr. 1900; W. Somerville ch., Mar. 1901-. D.D., Des M. C, 1905. 

Address, 113 College Ave., West Somerville, Mass. 

FRED TAYLOR GATES, b. Maine, N. Y., July 2, 1853; U. R. 1877; 
R. T. S. 1880; ord. Minneapolis, Minn., Sep. 22, 1880; p. Central ch., 
Minneapolis. June 1880-Apr. 88; financial secy., Pillsbury Acad., Minn., 
Apr.-June 88; cor. secy., A. B. Ed. Soc, June 1888-June 93; repre- 
sentative of John D. Rockefeller in finance and philanthropy, Jan. 1893-. 
chairman General Education Board, 1906-. 

Address. Montclair, N. J. 

EDWARD GREEN, b. Haverhill, Mass., July 19, 1850; B. U. 1877; 
R. T. S. 1880; ord. Peterboro, N. H., May 5, 1881; p. Peterboro, May 

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1881-May 84 ; Bellows Falls, Vt., May 1884-May 85 ; in business, Bel- 
lows Falls, May 1885-Oct. 86; united with Unitarian Church. 

Address, Exeter, N. H. 

JOSIAH ROBERT HENDERSON, b. Merrimack, N. H., July 25, 
1853; Cy. C. 1877; R. T. S. 1880; ord. Penfield, N. Y.. Sep. 23, 1880; 
p. Penfield, 1880-83; Wyoming, 0., 1883-85; Palmyra, N. Y., 1885-97; 
cor. secy., N. Y. B. U. for M. E., Rochester, 1897- address, 11 N. 
Alvah Strong Hall, Rochester. Author, article in Baptist Rezncw, 
Ignatius Loyola and the Jesuits; Tlie Teacher's Work; and several pub- 
lished sermons. D.D., Cy. C, 1902. 

Address, 57 Brighton St., Rochester, N. Y. 

ALBERT HENRY JESSUP, b. Palmyra, N. Y., Aug. 14, 1854; Syra- 
cuse U. 1872-1874; teaching. Mich., 1875; Syracuse U. 1876-7; R. T. S. 
1880; ord. Whitesville, N. Y., Dec. 16, 1881; p. Whitesville, Oct. 1881- 
Mar. 85; Medina, Mich., Apr. 1885-Dec. 86; Portland, Dec. 1886-Oct. 
88; Wooster, O., Oct. 1888-Oct. 92; S. Haven, Mich., Dec. 1892-Nov. 
97; supply, Farmington, Iowa, Nov. 1897-May 98; w. c. Fort Madison, 
June 1898-Mar. 1900; chaplain la. State Penitentiary, Mar. 1900-, 

Address, Fort Madison, la. 

FRANK TERRY LATHAM, b. Orient Point, L. I., Nov. 29, 1849; 
B. U. 1877; R. T. S. 1880; ord. Suffield, Conn., May 5, 1881; p. Suffield, 
1880-83; Newport, N. H., 1883-88; Medina, N. Y., 1888-Aug. 1904; 
Oneida, Oct. 1904-. Address, 215 Main St., Oneida, N. Y. 

SAMUEL BERKLEY LEARY, b. Front Royal, Va., Apr. 13, 1850; 
D. U. 1876; teacher. Shaw U., Raleigh, N. C, 1876-77; R. T. S. 1880; 
ord. ]\Ieridian, N. Y., July 28. 1880; p. Meridian, Apr. 1880-Apr. 84; 
New Woodstock, July 1884-Oct. 88 ; Randallsville, Oct. 1888-Oct. 1906 ; 
New Hartford, Oct. 1906- ; teacher, Colg. Acad., 1892-93. 

Address. 9 Oxford Road, New Hartford, N. Y. 

*JEDIDIAH WHEELER OSBORN, b. Marion, N. Y., Oct. 6, 1853; 
D. U. 1876; R. T. S. 1880; ord. Fremont, Neb., Sep. 22, 1880; p. Sacra- 
mento, Cal., 1880-81; w. c. Fremont, Neb., 1881-83; d. Fremont, Neb., 
Mar. 22, 1883. 

FREDERICK AUGUSTUS VANDERBURG, b. Thornhill, N. Y., 
Aug. 21, 1847 ; U. R. 1876 ; R. T. S. 1880 ; ord. .Murray, N. Y., Aug. 19, 
1880; p. Gaines and Murray ch., 1880-85; student, U. T. S., and as- 
sistant to Dr. Edward Judson, New York, 1886-87; p. Whitesville, 
1887-89; student, Univ. of Berlin, Germany, 1889-90; assistant to Dr. 
Edward Judson, New York, N. Y., 1892-. Author, Sumerian Hymns. 
Ph.D., Columbia U., 1908. 

Address, 53 Washington Square, New York, N. Y. 

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SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Gilbert Ellis Bailey, b. Pekin, 111., Apr. 27, 1852; U. C. 1878; R. T. S. 
1878-79 ; for many years a reporter and mining expert, Chicago, 111. 
(1900.) 

Frederick Campbell. Presb., b. Paris, N. Y., Jan. 17, 1857; P. U. 1877; 
R. r. S. \S.77-7S; dismissed to Aub. T. S. 1880. Sc. D., Amer. U., 1902. 

Address, 30 First Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Casper Nimrod Donaldson, b. Greenville County, S. C, Oct. 2, 1849; 
Fur. U. 1866-70; ord. Greenville Co., S. C, July 1872; S. B. T. S. 1871- 
73 ; R. T. S. 1878-80 ; p. Brookfield, N.Y., 1880-82 ; Florence, S. C, 1882- 
84; Fourth St. ch., Portsmouth, Va., 1884-&S; Smithfield, 1888-95; p. 
Atlanta, Ga., 1895-99; w. c. ib., 1899-1907; p. Inman Pk. ch., ib., 1907- 

Address, Atlanta, Ga. 

Edward Graalmann, R. T. S. 1877-78, (for record, vid. G. D., class 
of 1878). 

Ebenezer Warren Hunt, b. East Clarence, N. Y., May 3, 1851; U. R. 
1873; principal, Union school, Rushville, N. Y., 1873-74; practising 
law, Syracuse, 1874-77; R. T. S. 1877-78; N. T. I. 1880; ord. Fall River, 
Mass., Sep. 21, 1880; p. Second ch., Fall River, 1880-82; Fairfield, la., 
1883-85; prof. Rhetoric and Elocution, State U., Lincoln, Neb., 1887- 
92; farmer Syracuse, 1892- Address, Syracuse, N. Y. 

John Jaeger, R. T. S. 1877-78, (for record, vid. G. D., class of 1878). 

Henry Clay Milliman, M. E., b. Rochester, N. Y., Jan. 8, 1852; U. 
R. 1877 ; R. T. S. 1877-78 ; dismissed to Boston U. School of Theology. 

Address, Avon, N. Y. 

Wilder Mellen Nutting, Presb., b. Monmouth, 111., Feb. 28, 1854; R. 
T. S. 1878-79; (1900). 

Farley Porter, Cong., b. Rochester, N. Y., Nov. 27, 1845; U. R. 1866; 
R. T. S. 1877-80; ord. Colorado Springs, Col., Aug. 1880; p. Gothic 
and Crested Butte, Aug. 1880-Jan. 82; supply, Greene and Portland, 
N. Y., 1882; p. Volney, June 1883-June 84; Woodville, June 1884-June 
85; Elizabethtown, July 1885-June 87; New Haven, Jan. 1887-Jan. 88; 
united with Presb. Church in 1888. Address, Elba, N. Y. 

Lester Lewis Potter, b. Colebrook, Conn., Mar. 30, 1858; R. T. S. 
1877-78; ord. Willington, Conn., May 21, 1879; p. Everett, Mass., 1879- 
80; W. Newton, 1880-82; Springfield. 1882-85; Hartford, Conn., 1885- 
87; united with Cong, denomination, 1888. 

Address, Sage Allen Building, Hartford, Conn. 
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Christoph Heinrich Schmidt, R. T. S. 1877-78; (for record, vid. G. 
D., class of 1878). 

*Charles Smith, b. Howard, N. Y., May 10, 1849; Alfred U., Theol. 
Dept., 1876-79; R. T. S. 1879-80, ord. Almond, N. Y., June 5, 1879; p. 
Almond, 1878-83; Andover, 1883-86; Harrison Valley and Westfield, 
Pa., 1886-91 ; united with the M. E. Church, 1891 ; d. in Calif., 1902. 

*George Barker Stevens, b. Spencer, N. Y., July 13, 1854; U. 
R. 1877; R. T. S. 1877-78; dismissed to Divinity School, Y. U., 1880; 
prof. N. T. Interpretation and Criticism, Divinity School, Y. U., 1886- 
96; prof. Systematic Theology, ib., 1896-1906. Author, The Epistle to the 
Galatians; The Pauline Theology; The Johannine Theology; Doctrine 
and Life; Life of Peter Parker; The Epistles of Paul in Modern Eng- 
lish; The Theology of the New Testament; Christian Doctrine of Salva- 
tion; Messages of Paul; Messages of the Apostles; The Teaching of 
Jesus; The Theology of the N. T. Ph.D., Syracuse U., 1883; D.D., 
Univ. of Jena, 1886; 111. C, 1902; LL.D., U. R. 1902; d. New Haven, 
Conn., June 22, 1906. 

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1881 

GRADUATES 

CHARLES J. ROSE, Class Secretary 

STUART SAMUEL BATES, b. Cascade, la.. Mar. 10, 1851; U. T. 
1878; Woodstock C. 1878-79; R. T. S. 1881; ord. Gobies, Ont., June 
1, 1881; p. Gobies, June 1881-Jan. 96; College St. ch., Toronto, Feb. 
1886-May, 1903; field secy., Bapt. Sunday Schools, city of Toronto, 
June 1903-May 06; p. First ch., St. Catherines, Ont., June 1906-Feb. 08; 
Educational secy., McM. U., Feb. 1908-. chairman. For. Miss. Board, 
1890-. member Board of Governors and Senate, McM. U., 1894-1908. 
D.D., McM. U., 1901. Address, 358 Markham St., Toronto, Ont. 

LATHAN AUGUSTUS CRANDALL, b. Plymouth, N. Y., Sep. 20, 
1850; Hillsdale C, 1873; ord. Free Bapt., Pittsford, Mich., Nov. 1873; 
p. Free Bapt. ch., Racine, Wis., July 1874-July 76; Free Bapt. ch.. Fair- 
port, N. Y., July 1876-May 79 ; R. T. S. 1881 ; recognized by Bapt. coun- 
cil, Owego, N. Y., Sep. 1881; p. Owego, May 1881-Aug. 84; Twenty- 
third St. ch., New York, Aug. 1884-Feb. 89 ; Euclid Ave. ch., Cleveland, 
O., Feb. 18S9-July 92; Memorial ch., Chicago, 111., July 1892-May 1904; 
Trinity, Minneapolis, Minn., May 1904- rec. sec, A. B. H. M. Soc, 
1886-89; chairman American Com. Baptist World Alliance, 1905; 

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chairman Board of Managers, A. B. F. M. See, 1908-. pres. Minn. In- 
terdenominational Commission, 1908-. D.D., Hillsdale C, 1889. 

Address, 1915 Colfax Ave. S., Minneapolis, Minn. 

PATRICK WILLIAM DORSEY, b. Penn Yan, N. Y., Jan. 31, 1851 
U. R. 1877; R. I". S. 1881; ord. Los Angeles, Cal., Sep. 6, 1881; p 
First ch., Los Angeles, 1881-88; Emanuel ch., San Francisco, 1888-92 
pres., S. Calif. C, 1893-95; travel for health, 1895-97; instructor, S. N 
S., Waco, Texas, 1898; student of Greek and Latin, U. C, 1898-99 
supt. schools, Lexington, 111., 1899-1900; prof, of Greek, Ouchita College 
Archidelphia, Ark., 1900-01. engaged in mercantile pursuits, ib., 1901- 

Address, Oklahoma City, Okla 

RANSOM HARVEY, b. Conesus, N. Y., May 18, 1851; U. R. 1878 
R. T. S. 1881; ord. Jamestown, N. Y., May 23, 1882; p. Jamestown, 
Mar. 1882-Scp. 87; Poughkeepsie, Sep. 1887-Dec. 1892; Third German- 
town, Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 1892-Dec. 99; acting pastor. Tenth ch., 
Philadelphia, summer of 1900; Oak Hill, O'Fallon, 111., April 1901-June 
03, dean of Divinity School and prof, of Theology and Church His- 
tory, S. C, Mar. 1901-June 03; p. Vermont St. ch., Quincy, 111., June 
1903-Sep. 04; head of Divinity Department and prof, of Theology, 
Bible and Philosophy, LaGr. C, Sep. 1904-. D.D., U. R. 1901. 

Address, La Grange, Mo. 

LOUIS CHRISTOPHER HOPPEL, b. near Bremersville, Ind., Aug. 
1, 1847; U. S. Army during Civil War, 14 months; F. C. 1878; R. T. 
S. 1881; teacher, Roger Williams U., Nashville, Tenn., 1882-83; 
principal, Benedict Inst., Columbia, S. C, 1883-87; farmer, Dupont, 
Ind., June 1887-Mar. 89; ord. Decatur, Ind., May 4, 1889; p. Decatur, 
Mar. 1889-Oct. 91; Orland, Aug. 1893-Sep. 98; Napoleon, Ind., Feb. 
1901-Feb. 02; invalid, Feb. 1902-. Address, Dupont, Indiana. 

WILLARD HOWARD LATOURETTE, b. Oregon City, Ore., Aug. 
7, 1852; Pacific U. 1874; R. T. S. 1881; ord. Clyde, N. Y., June 17, 
1881; p. Clyde, June 1881-Apr. 82; miss. Los Angeles Association, Cal., 
1882-85; p. Los Gatos, Cal., Mar. 1885-Sep. 86; general miss. A. B. H. 
M. Soc, for Northern and Southern Cal. and Nev., 1886-97 ; cor. secy., 
General Bapt. Conv. of Cal., Oct. 1886-Dec. 97; exploring miss, of 
A. B. H. M. Soc. in Alaska, 1898 ; w. c. Oakland, Cal., 1899-1901 ; field 
secy., McM. C, July 1901-June 05; retired; invalid, 1905-. 

Address, McMinnville, Oregon. 

PETER ARTHUR McEWEN, b. Beckwith, Ont., June 14, 1848; 
U. T. 1878; Woodstock C, 1878-81; R. T. S. 1881; B. D., McM. U. 
1886; ord. London, Ont., Aug. 9, 1878; p. London, 1878-80; Clarence, 
May 1881-May 84; Osgoode (Vernon P. O.), June 1884-Mar. 89; 

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agent, Grand Ligne Miss, in Ont., Que. and Great Britain, Mar. 1889- 
Dec. 90; p. Windsor, N. S., Dec. 1890-Nov. 95; Berlin, Ont., Nov. 
1895-Aug. 1903; Carleton Place, Aug. 1903-Dec. 04; North Toronto 
(including York Mills), Jan. 1905-. 

Address, Bedford Park, North Toronto, Ont. 

STANLEY ALBERT McKAY, b. Eddyville, N. Y., Sep. 11, 1850; U. 
R. 1878 ; R. T. S. 1881 ; ord. Lyons, N. Y., July 13, 1881 ; p. Lyons, 1881- 
86; Canandaigua, Jan. 1887-Aug. 89; Owatonna, Minn., Aug. 1889- 
Nov. 94; La Crosse, Wis., 1894-96; supply, Wauwatosa, summer 1896; 
p. Bloomington, 111., Sep. 1896-1900; pres. S. C., 1900-05; p. Franklin- 
ville, N. Y., Aug. 1905-April 09 ; farming and fruit raising, April 1909-. 
D.D., S. C., 1898. Address, Gasport, N. Y. 

CHARLES HENRY PENDLETON, b. Fincastle, Va., Feb. 4, 1854; 
B. U. 1878; R. T. S. 1881; ord. Salem, Ohio, Feb. 9, 1882; p. Salem, 
Oct. 1881-June 82; Cleveland, June 1882-May 87; Main St. ch., Wor- 
cester, Mass., June 1887-Apr. 95; Mount Holly, N. J., June 1896- 
1904; Youngstown, O., 1904- 

Address, 781 Bryson St., Youngstown, O. 

JAMES REA, b. Liverpool, Eng., Aug. 4, 1850; U. C. 1872-76; B. U. 
1878; R. T. S. 1881; ord. Warren, Pa., June 16, 1881; p. Warren, 1881- 
84; Denver, Col., 1884-87; Xenia, O., 1887-90; Painesville, 1890-93; 
Bufifalo, N. Y., 1893-1900; Mariners' Temple, Boston, Mass., Feb. 1900- 
May 02 ; mercantile pursuits, 1902-. Ph.D., Mt. Union C, 1893. 

Address, 33 Angell St., Dorchester, Mass. 

CHARLES JUSTUS ROSE, b. Pike, N. Y., Dec. 30, 1849; Des M. C. 
1878; ord. Sciola, la., June 22, 1878; R. T. S. 1881; p. Kingsville, O., 
May 1881-May 87 ; Oberlin, May 1887-June 93 ; Mt. Vernon, June 1893- 
Jan. 1904; cor. secy., Ohio Bapt. Conv., Dec. 1904- 

Address, Granville, Ohio. 

CORNELIUS SAMUEL SAVAGE, b. Hartford, Conn., May 29, 1851; 
B. U., 1878; R. T. S. 1881; ord. Hannibal, Mo., Feb. 2, 1882; p. Hanni- 
bal, Jan. 1882-Dec. 86; Ogdensburg, N. Y., Jan. 1887-Aug. 91; Hamil- 
ton, Aug. 1891-Oct. 1900; Oswego, N. Y., Nov. 1900-. rec. secy. 
Executive Com. of Bapt. Education Soc. of State of N. Y., 1892-1902; 
rec. secy. Bapt. Educ. Soc. of N. Y., 1907-. D.D., B. U. and Colg. U., 
1908. Address, Oswego, N. Y. 

NIMROD CALVERT SMITH, b. near Worthington, Ind., Apr. 3, 
1852; F. C. 1878; R. T. S. 1881; ord. Greenwood, Ind., Aug. 18, 1881; 
p. Greenwood and Southport, May 1881-Jan. 83 ; Kokomo, Jan. 1883- 
Jan. 89; Washington, Feb. 1889-Oct. 96; supply, Washington and 

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neighboring churches, Oct. 1896^Mar. 97; p. Princeton, Mar. 1897-July 
1903; Liberty Center, Ind., Dec. 1903-July 06; Bicknell, July 1906-. 
D.D., Central C. 1909. Address, Bicknell, Indiana. 

JOHN CYRUS THOMS. b. Elgin, III., May 10, 1852; U. C. 1874-76; 

B. U. 1878; R. T. S. 1881; ord. Palmyra, N. Y., Sep. 21, 1881; p. Pal- 
myra, 1881-85; Elyria, O., 1885-88; graduate, Cleveland Homoeopathic 
Med. C, 1887; p. Erie, Pa., 1888-92; field secy., B. Y. P. U., Mar.-Dec. 
1892; p. New York, N. Y., 1892-95; Titusville, Pa., 1895-97; national 
lecturer, Anti- Saloon League of Am., 1898-99; supt. Wash. State Anti- 
Saloon League, 189S^1907; w. c. North East, 1907-. 

Address, North East, Pa. 

*NORMAN MATHER WATERBURY, b. N. Adams, Mass., Dec. 3, 
1855; U. R. 1878; R. T. S. 1881; ord. Saratoga Springs, N. Y., Sep. 
8, 1881; miss. A. B. F. M. Socy., Madras, India, 1881-86; d. Madras, 
Nov. 11, 1886. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

William Appel, R. T. S. 1878-79, (for record, vid. G. D., class of 1879). 
*DeGrand Deloss Babcock, b. Millport, N. Y., Jan. 4, 1843; Hobart 

C. 1861-62; ord. Millport, N. Y., Jan. 28, 1875; p. Millport, 1875-79; 
R. T. S. 1879-81; p. Genesee St. ch., Rochester, N. Y., 1881-85; d. 
Rochester, Oct. 1885. 

George Colfax Baldwin Jr., b. Troy, N. Y., May 29, 1847; U. R. 1869; 
in business, Troy, N. Y., 1869-79; R. T. S. 1879-80; ord. Bennington, 
Vt., July 17, 1881; p. Bennington, 1881-85; First ch., Springfield, Mass., 
1885-99; w. c. North Scituate, Mass., 1899-1900; in business, Spring- 
field, Mass., 1900-. Address, 351 Union St., Springfield, Mass. 

Charles Judson Conklin, b. Paterson, N. J., Apr. 5, 1857; U. N. Y. 
1878; Divinity School, Y. U. 1878-79; R. T. S. 1879-81; dismissed to 
U. T. S. Address, 39 Model Ave., Trenton, N. J. 

Fredwald Stephen Lawrence, b. Kingsclear, N. B., July 6, 1849; S. 
N. S. Johnson. Vt.. Bangor T. S., 1878 ; R. T. S. 1879-81 ; ord. Madrid, 
N. Y., Sep. 1881; p. Madrid, June 1881-Dec. 83; Stockton, Cal., Feb. 
1884-Oct. 88; Santa Cruz, Oct. 1888-July 95; State evangelist, Sep. 
1895-Sep. 96; miss. p. San Jose, Mount View, and Palo Alto, residence, 
San Jose. Sep. 1896-Sep. 1900; District Miss., Nevada, 1900-03; miss, 
p. Marshfield. Ore., 1904-April 05; p. Pocatett, Idaho, May 1905-. 

Addrcss, 340 West Fremont Ave., Pocatett, Idaho. 

John George Maeder, R. T. S. 1878-79; (for record, vid. G. D., class 
of 1879). 

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♦Reuben Berkley McVeigh, b. McConnellsville, O., Apr. 15, 1849; 
D. U. 1878; R. T. S. 1878-79; not ord.; prof. Lang., Grand River C, 
Edinburg, Mo., 1879-84; teacher, Nebraska Bapt. Seminary, Gibbon, 
Neb., 1884-86; principal, public school, Shelton, la., 1886-87; prof. 
Lang., Central U. of la., Pella, 1887-88; health failed; teacher, Kimball, 
Neb., 1889-90; d. Tindall, Mo., June 6, 1890. 

Jacob Henry Merkel, R. T. S. 1878-81, (for record, vid. G. D., class 
of 1878). Address, 3008 Walton Ave., Cleveland, O. 

♦Seward Robson, b. Italy, N. Y., Sep. 17, 1850; Colg. U. 1875; ord. 
Reading Center, N. Y., Dec. 7, 1876; R. T. S. 1878-80; dismissed to 
Colg. T. S. 1881 ; d. Fruithurst, Calif., Nov. 17, 1898. 

Jacob Staub, R. T. S. 1878-79; (for record, vid. G. D., class of 1879). 

Wilkins Brantley Stevens, b. Tallapoosa Co., Ala., Dec. 1, 1854; Mer. 
U. 1878; R. T. S. 1878-79; ord. Shiloh ch., Marion Co., Ga. ; p. Ella- 
ville, Ga., 1879-80; Lumpkin, 1880-82; pastor and supply, country 
churches, Shiloh and Mt. Carmel, Marion Co., Shiloh, Sumpter Co., 
Elim and County Line, Stewart Co., 1882-. 

Address, Preston, Ga. 

Benjamin Stites Terry, b. St. Paul, Minn., Apr. 9, 1857; Colg. U., 1878; 
Colg. T. S. 1878-79; R. T. S. 1879-80; dismissed to Colg. T. S. 1881; 
prof. History, U. C, 1892- Ph.D., Univ. of Freiburg, 1892; LL.D., 
Colg. U., 1903. Address, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

George Nicholas Thomssen, R. T. S. 1878-79; (for record, vid. G. D., 
class of 1876). 

♦Stephen Deroy Whitmore, b. Hudson, Mich., May 22, 1852; Adrian 
C. 1877-78 ; R. T. S. 1878-79 ; ord. Fairfield, Mich., Aug. 1880 ; p. Rom«» 
1879-80; Fairfield, 1880-81; d. Fairfield, Mich., Mar. 6, 1881. 

Andrew Elijah Williams, b. West Point, Ga., Jan. 11, 1857; Mer. U. 
1877; R. T. S. 1878 (one term); ord. Columbus, Ga., Jan. 1878; p. 
several country churches, Muscogee and Harris counties, Ga. ; prevented 
by ill-health from continuing active work of the ministry ; mercantile 
pursuits. Address, 1531 3rd Ave., Columbus, Ga. 

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1882 

GRADUATES 

THEODORE S. LEONARD, Class Secretary 

CLARK MILLS BRINK, b. Owego, N. Y., Oct. 7, 1850; U. R. 1879; 
R. T. S. 1882; ord. Owego, N. Y., Jan. 4, 1883; p. First ch., Des Moines, 
Iowa, Jan. 1883-87; acting p. First ch., Waterbury, Conn., 1887-Apr. 

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88; p. Rosevillc ch., Newark, N. J., Apr. 1888-92; instructor, Rhetoric 
and Oratory, B. U., 1892-95; prof. English and History, Kal. C, 1895- 
1901; graduate student, H. U. 1901-02; prof. English, Kansas State 
Agr. Col., 1902- dean of the College, 1908-. graduate student, U. N. Y., 
1890-94. Ph.D., U. N. Y., 1894. 

Address, 9 Park Road, Manhattan, Kan. 

ERNEST DEWITT BURTON, b. Granville, O., Feb. 4, 1856; D. U. 
1876: teaching. 1876-79; R. T. S. 1882; ord. Rochester, N. Y., June 
22, 1883; instructor, N. T. Greek, R. T. S., 1882-83; associate prof. N. 
T. Interpretation, N. T. I., 1883-86; prof, ib., 1886-92; student, Univ. 
of Leipzig, 1887; prof. N. T. Interpretation, and head of N. T. Depart- 
ment, U. C. 1892- student, Univ. of Berlin, 1894-. one of the associate 
editors. The Biblical World, 1893-1906; editor-in-chief, 1906-. one of 
the editors of The American Journal of Theology, 1897-1906; Man- 
aging editor, 1906-. Oriental Educational Commissioner of the Univer- 
sity of Chicago, 1908-09. Author, Syntax of Moods and Tenses in 
New Testament Greek; Records and Letters of the Apostolic Age; 
Handbook of the Life of Paul; Short Introduction to the Gospels; 
Principles of Literary Criticism and their Application to the Synoptic 
Problem; Studies in the Gospel according to Mark; (with Wm. Arnold 
Stevens), Harmony of the Gospels for Historical Study; (with Shailer 
Mathews), Studies in the Life of Christ and Principles and Ideals for 
the Sunday School; (with J. M. P. Smith and G. B. Smith), Biblical 
Ideas of Atonement; editor (1899-1906 with W. R. Harper) of 
Constructive Bible Studies. D.D., D. U., 1897. 

Address, 5525 Woodlawn Ave., Chicago. 

LUCIUS CHARLES DAVIS, b. Belmont, N. Y., Nov. 13, 1851; U. 
R. 1879; R. T. S. 1882; ord. Hurleyville, N. Y., June 26, 1883; p. 
Hurleyville, June 1882-JuIy 85; Sherman, Aug. 1886-Aug. 88; Andover, 
Aug. 1888-July 91; Yates. July 1891-July 97; Bath, July 1897-Jan. 
1900; Hamburg, May 1900-Mar. 03; supply and p. Second ch., Hoboken, 
N. J., Dec. 1903-Sept. 05; miss, work Mar. 1903-. 

Address, 41 Seventh Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

CHARLES WILLIAM EEDE, b. Kingsville, Ont., Feb. 15. 1847; U. 
T. 1875-1879; R. T. S. 1882; ord. Red Wing, Minn., July 13, 1883; 
p. Red Wing, 1883-84; B. U. T. S. 1884-86; p. Lake Geneva, Wis., 
1886-87; journalism on Ballston Spa Journal, Ballston Spa. N. Y., 
1887-94; in business. Ballston Spa, 1894-. Address, Ballston Spa. N. Y. 

JOHN HOWARD GROFF, b. Chester Valley, Pa., May 1. 1854; 
Bu. U. 1879; R. '!". S. 1882; ord. Carbondale, Pa., Oct. 12, 1882; p. 
Carbondale, 1882-84; Coldwater, Mich., 1884-85; State miss., Mich., 

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1885-86; p. Shclbyville, Ind., lH86-9fJ; student, Medical C. of Ind., 
Indianapolis, 1890-93; physician, "1893- Address, Cumberland, Ind. 

BENJAMIN DAVIESE HAHN, b. Stone Mills, C, Aug. 21, 1856; 
Woostcr U. 1877; R. 'J. S. 1882; ord. Westerly, R. I., Sep. 26, 1882; 
p. Westerly, Sep. 1882-Feb. 91 ; Newark, N. J., Feb. 1891-Mar. 93 ; 
Springfield, Mass., Mar. 1893- D.D., Cy. C. 1899. 

Address, 109 Pearl St., Springfield, Mass. 

CHARLES KENNON HENDERSON, b. Warrior Stand, Ala., June 
18, 1846; Mcr. U. 1868; ord. Good Hope, Ala., Dec. 17, 1871; p. Cedar- 
town, Ga., 1875-79; R. T. S. 1882; p. Pike, N. Y., 1882-85; student, 
S. P. T. S., 1885; p. Gadsden, Ala., 1885-88; Cedartown, 1888-92; 
Birmingham, 1892-95; Cedartown, 1895-1908; w. c. ib., literary work 
and supply, 1908-. Author, Commentary on Romans; The Country- 
man, a novel. Address, Cedartown, Ga. 

THEODORE STUART LEONARD, b. Montour Falls, N. Y., Nov. 
14, 1849; Colg. U. 1872 74; ord. North East, Pa., July 14, 1875; p. 
North Fast, 1875-76; Stockton, N. Y., 1876-79; R. T. S. 1882; p. 
Owosso, Mich., June 1882-June 84; Charlotte, Oct. 1884-Mar. 87; 
agent, A. B. IL M. See, in West and Northwest, Mar. 1887-July 88; 
p. Hastings, Minn., July 1888- .May 89; Beatrice, Neb., May 1889-Aug. 
91; Friendship, N. Y., Aug. 1891-Jan. 93; Park ch., New York, Jan. 
1893-Aug. 95; supply, Beatrice, Neb., Oct. 1895-Mar. 96; p. First 
ch., Oswego, N. Y., June 1895- May 98; Calvary ch., Binghamton, 
June 1898-^/^; w. c. W/J-VM ; p. Nnnda, Feb. 1901-Oct. 03; Sher- 
burne, Oct. 1903-Oct. (A; in business, Oct. 1904- Mar. 05; p. Fort Ann, 
Mar. 1905-. Address, Fort Ann, N. Y. 

THOMAS PHILLIPS, b. Newport, Fng., Oct. 14, 1853; U. R. 1879; 
R. T. S. 1882; ord. Conneaut, O., Oct. 11, 1882; p. Conneaut, 1882-85; 
San Bernardino, Cal., 1885-87; w. c. ib., 1887-. 

Address, San Bernardino, Cal. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Frederick William Becker, R. T. S. 1879-81, ffor record, vid. G. D., 
class of 1881). 

August Bolter, R. T. S. 1879-81; (for record, vid. G. D., class of 1881). 

Thomas Scott Bovell, b. Coles Co., 111., Dec. 25, 1854; S. C. 1879; 
R. T. S. 1879-80; dismissed to Theological department, S. C. 

Address, 615 S. Central Ave., Burlington, Iowa. 

Vincent Farnkopf, R. T. S. 1879-80; (for record, vid. G. D., class of 
1880). 

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Henry William Geil. U. 'I', S. 1H7'' H2; (f<.r record, vid. C. Tl. class of 

IKSJ). 

John Ferdinand Groth, K. 'I". S. 1H7K HO; (f<,r record, vid. (',. 1)., class 
of IWO). 

George Alfred Giinthcr. \<. T. S. 1H79 Ki ; (for record, vid., (;. I)., class 
of IXHI ). 

Edwin Clay Hamilton, h. New Amien, N. S., Mar. 5. 1K5(I; 1 1. \i., 
I)arl. course; R. T. S. 1H79 K2, left on accoiinl of ill health al he^iiiiiing 
of spring term, 1882; ord. San DicKo, Cal., Oct. <), 1KK3; p. San DieRo, 
Sep. 1«H3-Apr. H4; miss, in RosehiirK. Ore., July 1KK4 Jan. H5 ; in 
business, Lf)S Angeles, Cal., Jan. IHH.S Jan. 90; general secy., Y. M. C. 
A., Santa Harhara., Jan. 1H9() Jan. 92; ]>. Iluencnie and I'ieasaiit Valley, 
June 1H92 June 93; miss, in lliicnciiic, Jidy 1H9.3 July 94; miss, col- 
jxirleiir in Los Angeh-s, Vi-uIiiim .mkI .S.nii.i r.,iili.ii.i ((iiiiitic'., .Api'. IH'M 
98; do.. So. Calif., July 1H9X . 

Address, SOZX I'.is.idcu.-i Ave., I.os Aii).;cles, Calif. 

John Baptist Haygooni, li. (!< niir<l<, Cipp.idoci.i, Asia Minor, June 
25, 1849; Marsovan 'I. S., 1W.0 70; Rohert C. 1875; University 
Medical C, New York, N. Y., 1877 79; R. T. S. 187f>-82; ord. New 
York, N. Y. Apr. 1.3, 1HH3; miss, in Constantinople, 1883 87; 
cnRaged in nicnaulilc pntMiil., .New N'ork, N. Y., 1887 '>*>; l'liiladel|tliia, 
Pa., 1899-1901; New York, N. Y., IWl 04; ]). I'irsi Anueiiiaii I'resh. 
ch., Fresno, f!alif., 1904-. 'Pranslatrir of two ir.Kis on h.iplism into 
Armeuiaii, Armeno-'rnrKish and Creco-Turkisli l.-inguages. Aulliur, 
in Armenian languaKc, IVIiy Hti/'lixls h'rfu.sr Infiiut linplism. 

A.ldt.",',, W?,') R. St., i'Vesuo. C.ilif. 

Robert Cehorn Henderson, h. Madisouville, Tr-im., Jmie 10, 1853; O. 
C. 1879; R. 'I'. S. 1K79 80; disuiisscd to I',. U. T. S., May 1880; 

Benjamin Eugene Hillman, l» .S.nidusky, N. Y., June 19, 1848; Arcade 
Academy, 18^)8 69; I-ranklinville Academy, 18r.9 7?>\ R. I". S. 1873 74; 
ord. I'.elfast, N. Y., Nf.v. 18, 1874; p. I'.elfast, 1874 76; SpriuKville, 
1876-79; Fast Aurora, 1879 80; R. T. S. 1HS0 82; i.. I'tanklinville, 
N. Y., 1881 87; Nf)rlh I'.asl, I'a., 1887 95; mercantile |)insuits. North 
East, I'a., 1895 . Address, North ICast, Pa. 

Edward Baxter Marsh, 1>. Ckc iiliel.l. Mass., Nov. 22. 1853; Am. C. 
1876; teacher, Monson (Mass.) Acad,, 1877; Corm. Lit. Inst,. Snmeld, 
Conn., 1877 78; principal, high scho.d, Amherst. Mass., 1878 79; R. T. 
S. 1879-80; asst. instructor, Latin Lang., Am. C, 1880 82; asst. li- 
brarian, 1880-85; registrar. 1880 95; in business, Bf)slon, residence, 
Melrose, 1895 . Address, 15 Cass St., Melrose, Mass. 

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John Henry Meyers, R. T. S. 1879-80; (for record, vid. G. D., class of 
1881). 

Benson Howard Roberts, b. Brockport, N. Y., Oct. 9, 1853; D. C. 
1876; R. T. S. 1879; ord. Free Methodist, Albion, N. Y. ; principal, 
A. M. Chesborough Seminary, N. Chili, N. Y., 1881-1906; manager 
Christian Home for Girls, 1907-. Editor, The Earnest Christian, 1893- 
1908; Holiness Teachings, 1893. 

Address, 424 Diiqiiesne Way, Pittsburg, Pa. 

Henry Harrison Thomas, b. Afton N. Y., Nov. 5, 1840; Franklyn Dela- 
ware Lit. Inst., 1856-59; R. T. S. 1880-82; ord. Ellery, N. Y., Mar. 
25, 1880; p. Nicholville, N. Y., June 1882-July 84; Alabama, Oct. 
1884-Nov. 85; Knowlesville, Dec. 1885-July 90; Dansville, July 
1890-Jan. 95; Vineland, N. J., Feb. 1895-Oct. 98; w. c. Vineland, Oct. 
1898-Oct. 99; p. Newtown Square, Pa., Oct. 1899-June 1905; teaching 
Benedict C, Columbia, S. C, Sep. 1905-June 07 ; Leland U., New- 
Orleans, La., Sep. 1907-June 08; Philadelphia, Pa., Sep. 1908-. acting p. 
Clayton, N. J., May 1909-. 

Address, 720 Grape St., Vineland, N. J. 

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1883 

GRADUATES 

WILLIAM E. WITTER, Class Secretary 

THEODORE ELMER BUSFIELD, b. Maynard, Mass., Sep. 27, 
1858; Tufts C. 1880; R. T. S. 1883; ord. New Haven, Conn., Sep. 12, 
1883; p. Grand Ave. ch., New Haven, 1883-85; First ch., Bangor, Me., 
1885-92; Park ch., Utica, N. Y., 1893-1903; First Cong., N. Adams, 
Mass., 1903-. D.D., Tufts C, 1902. 

Address, 123 Church St., North Adams, Mass. 

WALLACE BUTTRICK, b. Potsdam, N. Y., Oct. 23, 1853; S. N. S., 
Potsdam, 1871-72; private tuition, 1877-80; R. T. S. 1883; ord. New 
Haven, Conn., May 31, 1883; p. First ch., New Haven, June 1883-Mar. 
89; First ch., St. Paul, Minn., Apr. 1889-July 92; Emmanuel ch., Al- 
bany, N. Y., Aug. 1892-Mar. 1902; secy., General Education Board, 
New York, April 1902- D.D., U. R., 1898. 

Address, 2 Rector St., New York, N. Y. 

JAMES EDWARD COCHRANE, b. Monmouth, Me., July 4, 1854; 
ord. Mariaville, Me., Aug. 6, 1879; Cy. C, 1880; R. T. S. 1883; p. 
Paris, Me., Sep. 1883-86; miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, Moulmein, Burma, Oct. 

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1886-Jaii. 89; p. HallowcIl, Mc, Oct. 1889-Oct. 99; p. Springvalc, Nov. 
1899-Jan. 1904; miss, evangelist, Maine Bapt. Miss. Conv., Jan. 1904-. 
chaplain of Second Reg. N. G. State of Me., Nov. 1893- 

Addrcss, 41 Cumberland St., Brunswick, Maine. 

JOSEPH KOSSUTH DIXON, b. Hemlock Lake, N. Y., Dec. 8, 1853; 
ord. Leavenworth, Kan., June 24, 1877; W. J. C. 1879; R. T. S. 1883; 
p. First ch., Auburn, N. Y., June 1883-June 89; Epiphany ch., Phila- 
delphia, Pa., June 1889-July 95; Penn. Ave. ch., Scranton, Sep. 1896- 
Apr. 98; Warren Ave. ch., Boston, Mass., Apr. 1898-Mar. 99; w. c. 
Boston, Mar.-Apr. 1899; w. c. London, England, 1900-Dcc. 02; p. Maze 
Pond ch., ib., Dec. 1902-Apr. 04; engaged in mercantile pursuits, Apr. 
1904-. Author, The Gettysburg of Life; The Victorian Era and Chris- 
tian Progress; numerous sociological, scientific, ethnological and theo- 
logical articles. D.D., Bu. U., 1894. Address, Wyncote, Pa. 

GEORGE LEONARD HART, b. Akron, O., Oct. 19, 1852; D. U. 
1880; R. T. S. 1883; ord. Gunnison, Col., July 1883; p. Gunnison, June 
1883-Dec. 84; First ch.. Pueblo, Dec. 1884-Mar. 87; Superior St. ch., 
Cleveland, O., Mar. 1887-June 95; Berean ch., Bridgeton, N. J., 
June 1895-June 1901; Olivet ch., Cleveland, O., June 1901-June 05; 
First ch., Seville, June 1905- Address, Seville, O. 

*NAHUM HINES, b. Stafford, O., Aug. 30, 1852; D. U. 1876; R. T. 
S. 1883; not ord.; p. Webster, N. Y., 1883-84; prof. Bapt. T. S., Rich- 
mond, Va., 1884-87; in business, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1887-96; d. Brook- 
lyn, Apr. 10, 1896. 

♦JOHN FRANKLIN NELSON, b. Marshall Co., W. Va., Mar. 21, 
1850; D. U. 1880; R. T. S. 1883; ord. Adams Centre, N. Y., July 26, 
1883; p. Adams Centre, 1883-92; d. Adams Centre, N. Y., Apr. 4, 1892. 

SIDNEY WHITE RIVENBURG, b. Clifford, Pa., Oct. 12, 1857; 
B. U. 1880; R. T. S. 1883; ord. Clifford, Pa., Aug. 22, 1883; miss. 
A. B. F. M. Soc, Molung, Naga Hills, Assam, Jan. 1884-Feb. 87; 
Kohima, Naga Hills, Feb. 1887- on furlough in U. S., Jan. 1890- 
Oct. 94; student, Baltimore, Md., Medical C, 1894, M. D. ; on furlough 
in U. S. Dec. 1905-Nov. 07. Translated Matthctv, John and Acts into 
Angami Naga and prepared several text-books in the same ; trans- 
lated Acts and 50 hymns into Ao Naga. 

Address, Kohima, Assam, India. 

WILLIAM ELLSWORTH WITTER, b. La Grange, N. Y., Dec. 9. 
1854; U. R. 1880; R. T. S. 1883; ord. La Grange, N. Y., Aug. 15, 

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1883; miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, Sibsagor, Assam, India, Jan. 1883-Apr. 
84 ; Wokha, Assam, India, Apr. 1884-Mar. 88 ; student, Chicago Homoeo- 
pathic Medical C, 1888-90; acting p. Centennial ch., Chicago, 111., Feb.- 
Sep. 1891 ; dist. secy., A. B. F. M. Soc, Middle Western Dist., Sep. 1891- 
July 96; N. E., dist. secy., A. B. F. M. Soc. July 1896- instructor in 
Missions, Gordon School of N T. I., 1903-. Author, several hymns 
and Magazine articles; Grammar and Vocabulary Shota Naga. M.D., 
Chicago Homoepathic Medical C, 1890; D.D., Central C, Iowa. 

Address, 80 Worcester St., Boston, Mass. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Augustus Levi Abbott, b. Weymouth, Mass., Aug. 6, 1858; B. U. 1880; 
R. T. S. 1880 (one term) ; lawyer, St. Louis, 1884- member of Com. 
on Legal Relations of North. Bapt. Conv., 1908- Author (with H. E. 
Mills), Treatise on the Law of Eminent Domain. 

Address, 909 Times Bldg., St. Louis, Mo. 

♦Augustus Rogers Babcock, b. Sag Harbor, N. Y., Aug. 28, 1848; 
Mystic Valley Inst., 1876; ord. Allenton, R. I., Feb. 7, 1877; p. Allen- 
ton, Feb. 1877-Mar. 80; East Marion, L. I., Mar. 1880-Aug. 81; R. T. 
S. 1881-83 ; p. Wolcott, N. Y., June 1883-June 85 ; Moravia, June 1885- 
Nov. 87; Wyoming, Nov. 1887-Nov. 89; Brewster, Nov. 1889-Apr. 
95; Easton, Pa., Apr. 1895-Nov. 96; Allentown, N. J., Nov. 1896-1903; 
d. Allentown, N. J., Feb. 17, 1903. 

Charles Avery Babcock, b. Copenhagen, N. Y., Nov. 13, 1850; Colg. 
U., 1874-75; C. T. S. 1878-80; R. T. S. 1881-82; p. Canton, Pa., 1884- 
87; Cooper's Plains, N. Y., May 1887-Nov. 88; Canton, Pa., 1888- 
91 ; Damascus, Pa., 1891-92 ; deposed by action of a council called by 
church in Canton, May 23, 1893; 

Frank Gardner, b. New York, N. Y., Apr. 16, 1856; Conn. Lit. Inst., 
1875-79 ; U. R. 1879-81 ; R. T. S. 1881-82 ; p. Avon, N. Y., 1882-83 ; ord. 
Coaticook, Que., Apr. 30, 1884; p. Coaticook and Barford ch., Feb. 
1884-May 86; Waterloo, N. Y., Aug. 1886-May 89; Grace ch., Wash- 
ington, D. C, May 1889-May 90; East ch., Elizabeth, N. J., June 1890- 
June 93; evangelistic work, Jersey City, Oct. 1893- Apr. 94; p. First 
ch., Eatontown, May 1894-May 98; First ch., Sunbury, Pa., May 1898- 
1907 ; First ch., Johnstown, Pa., June 1907- Author, Much and More, 
and Other Sermons; First Memory Lessons. 

Address, 429 Lincoln St., Johnstown, Pa. 

*George Stephen Goodspeed, b. Janesville, Wis., Jan. 14, 1860; B. U. 
1880; R. T. S. 1880 (one term) ; dismissed to B. U. T. S. ; d. Chicago, 
111., Feb. 17, 1905. 

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Peter Grant, b. Grantovvn, Scotland, Mar. 15, 1846; Manchester Bus- 
iness C. ; ord. Antprior, Ont., 1879 ; p. Cumberland and Antprior, Ont., 
1879-81; R. T. S. 1881-83; p. Park River, Dak., 1883-87; health failed; 
w. c. Santa Barbara, Cal., 1888-92; p. Goleta, 1892-97; Oxnard, April 
1899-1902; health failed. Address, Santa Barbara, Calif. 

Charles Freeman Hopkins, b. Mt. Vernon, N. H., Feb. 20, 1854; Am. 
C. 1S.S0; K. T. S. 1880-82; dismissed to Colg. T. S. ; lawyer, Duluth, 
Minn. Address, Duluth, Minn. 

*Henry Woodburn Wilson, b. New York, N. Y., Mar. 7, 1849; Des M. 
C; ord. I'olk City, la., July 11, 1878; p. Perry, la.. May 1879-Aug. 80; 
DeWitt, Sep. 1880-Oct. 81; R. T. S. 1881-83; p. Yates, N. Y., June 
1883-May 86; Ames, la., May 1886-June 90; Paola, Kan., June 1890- 
Aug. 91 ; w. c. Jersey City, N. J., Sep. 1891-Feb. 93 ; p. Stratfield, Conn., 
Feb. 1893-1900; Old Mystic, 1900-02; d. Old Mystic, Conn., June 5, 1902. 

♦Charles Henry Woods, b. Strykersville, N. Y., Dec. 9, 1849; Java 
Union school; ord. Eden, N. Y., Apr. 15, 1874; p. Eden, 1874-77; 
Randolph, 1877-78; Belfast, 1878-81; R. T. S. 1881-83; p. Ashtabula, 
O., 1884; Columbia, S. D., 18&4-85; Hutchinson, Kan., 1885-87; d. 
Hutchinson, Mar. 15, 1888. 

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1884 

GRADUATES 

ISAAC W. GRIMES, Class Secretary 

*JOSEPH NILES BACON, b. Sandisfield, Mass., Apr. 14, 1848; 
Westfield Acad.; R. T. S. 1884; ord. Aladrid, N. Y., Oct. 23, 1884; p. 
Madrid, Sep. 1884-July 89 ; Belleville, July 1889- Jan. 96 ; W. Winfield, 
June 1897-Sep. 99; w. c. Hamilton, Oct. 1899-1906; d. Hamilton, N. Y., 
Jan. 23, 1906. 

DAVID JUDSON BAILEY, b. Lincoln, Me., Sep. 20, 1853; Cy. C. 
1881; R. T. S. 1884; ord. Bolton, N. Y., Oct. 7, i884; p. Bolton, 18S4- 
85; Warrensburg, 1885-86; Shelby Centre, 1887-88; Elba, 1888-91; 
w. c. Rochester, 1891-92; p. Pulaski, 1892-98; assistant p. First ch., 
Auburn, 1899-1903 ; mercantile pursuits, Los Angeles, Calif., 1903-. 

Address, Los Angeles, Calif. 

♦WALTER BARSS, b. Wolfville. N. S., Jan. 17, 1859; Ac. C. 1880; 
R. T. S. 1884; ord. Wolfville, N. S., July 2, 1884; p. Victoria, B. C, 

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Sep. 1884-Aug. 87; Hoosick, N. Y., Oct. 1887-Apr. 89; Mechanicsville, 
May 1889-Oct. 90 ; Geneva, Oct. 1890- Apr. 91 ; d. Geneva, N. Y., Apr. 
5, 1891. 

*MILTON WRIGHT COVELL, b. Pavilion Center, N. Y., Nov. 10, 
1856; U. R. 1880; R. T. S. 1884; ord. White Plains, N. Y., Sep. 10, 
1884; p. White Plains, 1884-Jan. 87; Second ch., Newport, R. I., Feb. 
-Nov. 1887; Wellsville, N. Y., July 1888-June 93; Athens, Pa., Oct. 
1893-Ang. 98; Manchester, N. Y., Sep. 1898-1904; w. c. Le Roy (supply- 
ing Pike, N. Y., part time), 1904-07; d. Le Roy, N. Y., Sep. 14, 1907. 

JAMES DAVIS CRUMLEY, b. Sullivan Co., E. Tenn., June 5, 1854; 
Maryville C. 1881; R. T. S. 1884; ord. Pottsboro, Tex., Aug. 3, 1884; 
p. Port Byron, N. Y., Jan. 1885-Jan. 87 ; Deep River, Conn., May 1887- 
Aug. 89; Keyport, N. J., Mar. 1890-Mar. 1900; Grafton, W. Va., May 
1901-03; Coshocton, O., Dec. 1903- Apr. 06; Deer Creek, 111., June 
1906-. Address, Deer Creek, 111. 

CHARLES FREMONT DAME, b. Minneapolis, Minn., Mar. 29, 
1858; Wabash C. 1881; R. T. S. 1884; ord. Steele, N. D., Sep. 29, 1885; 
p. Steele, 1885-88; Spencer, Ind., Nov. 1888-Aug. 89; Salem, Aug. 1889- 
Oct. 92 ; Huntington, Feb. 1893-Mar. 95 ; Royal Center, May 189S-May 
96; Rising Sun, Feb. 1897-May 99; Lawrenceburg, Feb. 1900-Apr. 07; 
Warren, Apr. 1907-June 09; Pleasant Lake, Ind., June 1909-. 

Address, Pleasant Lake, Ind. 

SIMON PETER DAVIS, b. Rushville, 111., Dec. 12, 1852; ord. Areola, 
III.. June 17, 1879; p. Areola, 1879-80; B. U. T. S. 1881-83; R. T. S. 
1884; p. Phoenix, Ariz., 1884-85; Oregon City, Ore., Feb. 1885-June 
87; Mt. Tabor, June 1887-Jan. 89; editor and proprietor. The Pacific 
Baptist, Portland, Feb. 1886-Mar. 90; regaining health, Alameda, Cal., 
Dec. 1890-Oct. 92; p. Emmanuel ch., Sacramento, Oct. 1892-Apr. 94; 
Holmesburg, Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 1894-Dec. 99; engaged in mer- 
cantile pursuits, 1899-. Address, Oregon City, Ore. 

DANIEL JAMES ELLISON, b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 14, 1859; 
U. R. 1880-81; R. T. S. 1884; ord. Jersey City, N. J., Sep. 18, 1884; p. 
Bergen ch., Jersey City, 1884-93; First ch., Indianapolis, Ind., 1893-98; 
w. c. 1898- D.D., F. C, 1897. Address, Liberty, N. Y. 

DONALD GRANT, b. Grantown, Scotland, July 28, 1856; U. T. 1881; 
R. T. S. 1884; ord. Geneva, N. Y., July 16, 1884; p. Geneva, 1884-June 
90; First ch., Montreal, Que., Sep. 1890-July 99; Quebec, Oct. 1899- 
1904; First ch., Stratford, Ont., 1904; health failed, ^. c. Patten, 
Calif., 1904- Address, Patten, Calif. 

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ISAAC WILLIAM GRIMES, b. Alexandria, Va., July 22. 1850; Cy. 
C, 1881; R. 1'. S. 1884; ord. W. Springfield, Mass., Dec. 31, 1884; 
p. W. Springfield, Dec. 1884-Jan. 89; Pittsficld, N. H., Jan. 1889-June 
91; Stoneham, Mass., June 1891-Dec. 93; Immanuel ch., Cambridge, 
Dec. 1893-Jan. 1901; Highland ch., Fitchburg, Sep. 1902-Sep. 07; Athol, 
Sep. 1907-. S.T.D., Potomac U., 1909. Address, Alhol, Mass. 

CLAIBORNE MILTON HILL, b. Suisun, Calif.. Nov. 16, 1857; U. 
O. 1881; K. T. S. 1884; ord. Eugene City, Ore., Oct. 30, 1884; p. Eu- 
gene City, June 1884-Jan. 90; gen. miss, of A. B. H. M. Soc. for Ore- 
gon. Jan. 1890-Nov. 93; p. Tenth Ave. ch., Oakland. Cal., Nov. 1893- 
Oct. 1904; iires. and prof. Biblical Theology, Pacific Coast Bapt. T. S., 
Berkeley. Oct. 19(M-. D.D., McM. C, 1899. 

Address, 2509 Hillegass Ave., Berkeley, Calif. 

JOHN WESLEY LESEUR, b. Hartland, Vt., Mar. 18, 1855; U. R. 
part, course; R. T. S. 1884; p. Hilton, 1884; medical student, 1884-86; 
physician, Batavia, N. Y.. 1886-. 

Address, 207 E. Main St., Batavia, N. Y. 

JAMES NELSON LEWIS, b. Romulus, N. Y., July 12, 1854; ord., 
Albion, Mich., Sep. 25, 1878; U. R. part, course; R. T. S. 1884; p. 
Norwalk, O., 1884-86; Maiden, Mass., 1886-91; engaged in mercantile 
pursuits, 1891- Address, 30 Edmund Place, Detroit, Mich. 

FRANKLIN GARRETT McKEEVER. b. Oxford. Pa.; B. U., 1881; 

R. T. S. 1884; ord. Medina, N. Y., Nov. 25, 1884; p. Medina, Nov. 
1884-Feb. 88; Jefferson St. ch.. Providence, R. I., Feb. 1888-Jan. 93; 
First ch., New London, Conn., Jan. 1893-Sep. 1908; invalid, Oct. 1908- 
lecturer, Bu. U., 1898; secy., R. L Bapt. St. Conv., 1889-91. Author, 
An Abiding Miracle and of several published sermons and articles; 
correspondent and book reviewer for The Examiner, 1888-95. D.D., 
B. U., 1906. Address, 134 Benefit St., Providence. R. I. 

WILLIAM HERBERT PALMER, b. St. Johns. Mich., Apr. 13, 1859; 
Kal. C. 1881; R. T. S. 1884; ord. Oswego, N. Y., July 8. 1884; p. First 
ch., Oswego, 1884-93; Jefferson St. ch.. Providence. R. I., Mar. 1893- 
June 99; acting p. ib.. business and supply, Oct. 1899-Sep. 1904; teach- 
ing, Jackson C, Jackson, Miss., 1904-07 ; Scribner Street ch., Grand 
Rapids, Mich., Sep. 1907-Aug. 09; w. c. Spencerport, N. Y. 

Address, Spencerport, N. Y. 

HENRY CLAY PEEPELS, b. Pittsburg, Pa., Jan. 17. 1857; B. U. 
1881; Western T. S. 1881-82; R. T. S. 1884; ord. Rochester, N. Y., 
Sep. 2, 1884; p. Park Ave. ch., Rochester, Sep. 1884-Dec. 99; South 
Ave. ch., ib., 1900-. Address, 188 Harvard St., Rochester. N. Y. 

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WILLIAM HENRY SHANK, b. Clayton, 111., July 13. 1852; La 
Grange C. 1881; R. T. S. 1884; ord. Clayton, 111., Aug. 26, 1884; p. 
Pittsfield, III, Sep. 1884-Aug. 86; Mason City, Mo., Aug. 1886-Sep. 
87; Neosha, Sep. 1887-Jan. 95; Claremore, Ind. Ter., Jan. 1895- 

Address, Claremore, Okla. 

EDWARD EUGENE SILLIMAN, b. Sacremento, 111., Dec. 31, 1857; 
Hanover C. 1881; R. T. S. 1884; ord. Walnut Grove, 111., Aug. 31, 
1884; miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, Madras, India, Dec. 1884-Jan. 87; Kur- 
nool, India, Jan. 1887-Mar. 89 ; returned on account of ill health ; w. c. 
Carmi, 111., 1889-91; Canon City, Colo., 1891-1901; miss. A. B. F. M. 
Soc, Narsaravupet, India, Nov. 1901-. Address, Narsaravupet, India. 

SUMNER WYNNE STEVENS, b. Moulmein, Burma, Feb. 15, 1853; 
U. R. 1881 ; R. T. S. 1884 ; ord. Fargo, N. D., Nov. 5, 1884 ; p. Fargo, 
1884-87; Second ch., Newport, R. I., 1888-92; assistant, Judson Me- 
morial ch., New York, N. Y., 1892-94; p. Blockley ch., Philadelphia, 
Pa., July 1894-July 1908; graduate student, Wms. C. ; p. First ch., 
Williamstown, Mass., Jan. 1909-. Author, A Half Century in Burma. 
Address, Walden St., Williamstown, Mass. 

CLAIBORNE ALPHONSO WOODDY, b. Brownsville, Oregon, 
Feb. 8, 1856 ; U. O. 1881 ; R. T. S. 1884 ; ord. Pendleton, Oregon, Oct. 
2, 1884; p. Pendleton, June 1884-July 86; Weston, Aug. 1886-July 87; 
principal, Indian Industrial school, Chemawa, 1887-88; p. Amity, Aug. 
1888-Sep. 90; editor, PaciHc Baptist, May 1890-1902; supt. of miss., 
A. B. H. M. Soc, May 1899- D.D., California C, 1899. 

Address, Portland, Ore. 

ENGLISH COURSE GRADUATES 

EDGAR BURTON HUTCHINS, b. Ellenburg, N. Y., Nov. 9, 1846; 
Colg. U., 1873; Colg. T. S. 1874-75; ord. Mexico, N. Y., Dec. 3, 1874; p. 
Mexico, Dec. 1874-Sep. 78; Forestville, Oct. 1876-Sep. 78; Hilton, 
1879-82; R. T. S. 1884; p. Cherry Creek, N. Y., Jan. 1883-Oct. 
85; Westville and Westford, 1885-87; Whiting, Kansas, 1887-88; Hol- 
ton, Dec. 1888-Sep. 90; Morrill, Sep. 1890-Nov. 91; pres., Morrill C, 
Sep. 1890-June 92; p. Baileyville and Woodlawn, Aug. 1892-Feb. 95; 
Wetmore, May 1896-Sep. 97; w. c Ottawa, 1897-. 

Address, Ottawa, Kans. 

*JAMES DANIEL SMITH, b. Rathbunville, N. Y., June 17, 1844; ord. 
Free Will Baptist, Sep. 1867; p. Free Will Baptist chs., Urbana, 
Woodhull and Middlesex, N. Y., 1867-79; ord. Regular Baptist, 
Churchville, Sep. 16, 1881; p. Churchville, Apr. 1881-Apr. 1886; 
R. T. S. 1884; p. Beverly Farms, Mass., Apr. 1886-Aug. 1888; 

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Oil City, Pa., Oct. 1888-Jan. 1891 ; Grace ch., Washington, D. C, Apr. 
1892-Sep. 94; w. c. Wa.shington, 1894-96; p. Mosiertown, Pa., 1896-97; 
Bloomsburg, Jan. 1898-Dcc. 1902; invalid, w. c. De Land, Fla., Dec. 
1902-June 03; Kanona, N. Y., June 1903-Jan. 07; d. Kanona, Jan. 8, 
1907. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Friedrich Hoffmann, R. T. S., 1881-82; (for record, vid. G. D., class o£ 
1882). 

William Lipphardt, R. T. S. 1883-84; (for record, vid. G. D., class of 
1884). 

David Thomas Pulliam, b. May wood. Mo., Mar. 22, 1858; La Gr. C. 
1881; ord. May wood, Mo., Aug. 27, 1880; R. T. S. one term in 1881; 
left on account of ill health; miss. p. in west. 

Address, Loveland, Colo. 

Irvin Henry Rogers, b. Chemung, N. Y., Mar. 11, 1857; U. R. 1880; 
principal, Franklin Acad., Prattsburg, N. Y., 1880-81; R. T. S. 1881- 
82; not ord. principal, Union school, Belfast, N. Y., 1882-84; in busi- 
ness, Waverly, 1884-92; Rochester, 1892- 

Address, 36 Shafer PI., Rochester, N. Y. 

Joseph Scholz, R. T. S. 1883-84; (for record, vid. G. D., class of 1884). 

27-*4 

1885 

GRADUATES 

WILLIAM D. HOLT, Class Secretary 

AUGUSTINE SPENCER CARMAN, b. Ashland, O., July 1, 1859; 
U. R. 1882; R. T. S. 1885; ord. Cincinnati, O., Sep. 3, 1885; p. Lin- 
coln Park ch., Cincinnati, Sep. 1885-June 88; First ch., Ann Arbor, 
Mich., June 1888-Dec. 93; First ch., Springfield, O., Dec. 1893-Sep. 98; 
acting p. First ch., Dayton, O., Sep. 1898-Jan. 99; cor. secy, of the 
O. Bapt. Ed. Soc, and educational secy, of D. U. and Shepardson C, 
Jan. 1899-1910; p. Marietta, O., Jan. 1910-. Author, The Covenant and 
the Covenant Meeting; editor, Denison Memorial Volume, 1831-1906; 
member of National Geographic Society. 

Address, 503 College St., Marietta, O. 

ROBERT KERR ECCLES, b. Coleraine, Derry, Ireland, June 20, 
1848; M. D., Queen's U., Ireland, 1873; practised medicine, 1873-76; 

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ord. Ballymena, Antrim, Ireland, Aug. 1875 ; assistant p. Balljrmena 
and Grange Comer, Antrim, 1875-77: p. Dublin, 1877-84; R. T. S. 
1885; resident graduate, 1885-86; p. Salem, O., 1886-96; Alliance, 
l®6-97; Bowling Green, 1897-1902; Omaha, 1902-04; Lemoore, Calit, 
1904-. Address, Lemoore, Calif. 

WILLIAM DAY HOLT, b. Ontario, N. Y., Aug. 2, 1858; U. R. 1882; 
R. T. S. 1885; ord. Cheviot, O., Apr. 5, 1888; p. Cheviot, Mar. 1888- 
Jan. 91 ; associate p. Ninth St. ch., Cincinnati, Jan. 1891-Nov. 93 ; p. 
Wyoming, Nov. 1893-Nov. 98: evangelistic work, Nov. 1898-May 99; 
p. Immanuel ch., Cincinnati. May 1899-Nov. 1906 ; Troy, Jan. 1907-, 

Address, 506 S. Market St., Troy, O. 

FRANKLIN NELSON JEWETT, b. North Bangor, N. Y., Jan. 2, 
1852; U. R. 1881: R. T. S. 1885; resident graduate, 1886; prof, in S. 
N. S., Fredonia, N. Y., Mar. 1886-. 

Address, 48 Green St., Fredonia, N. Y. 

LORENZO DOW LAMKIN, b. Linn Co., Mo., June 5, 1853: ord. 
Liberty. Mo., June 14. 1874: W. J. C. 1876; p. Perry. la., 1879-«2; 
R. T. S. 1885: p. Ogden, N. Y., 1882-85: Titusville, Pa., 1885-89; 
Cheyenne, Wyoming. 1889-91 ; w. c. Greeley, Col., 1892-93 ; p. Houston, 
Tex., Oct. 1893-July 1900: evangelistic work, July 1900-. Author, 
The Holy Sfririt in Christian Doctrine and Life. D.D., Howard Pajme 
C, 1899. Permanent address, Lexington, 111. 

JOHNSTON MYERS, b. Kingston, N. Y., Dec. 14, 1859; U. R. 1882; 
R. T. S. 1885: ord. Cincmnati, O., June 11, 1885; p. Ninth St. ch., 
Cincinnati, 1885-95 ; Immanuel ch., Chicago, III., 1895-. lecturer at 
University of Chicago. D.D., G. C, 1895 ; Ewing C. 

Address, 2508 Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. 

SYLVESTER STEPHEN POWELL, b. Richmond, Va., Mar. 8, 
1860 : Mercer U. 1882 ; R. T. S. 1885 ; ord. Scipio, N. Y., Nov. 5, 1885 ; 
p. Scipio, 1885-86: Tully, Nov. 1886-July 89; Covert, July 1889-Oct. 
93; Little Genesee, Nov. 1893-Oct. 98: editor. The Peculiar People, 
1893-98; in business, Rochester, 1899-1902: Adams Center. N. Y., May 
1902-05 ; united with Epis. denomination, 1905. 

Address, 2006 Norwich St., Brunswick, Ga. 

LOWELL MASON PROTZMAN, b. Morgantown, W. Va., May 
10, 1854; U. of W. Va. one year; R. T. S. 1885: ord. Penryn, Cal., 
Aug. 30. 1885; p. Penryn, July 1885- May 89: miss, work, Wadsworth, 
Nev., and among the Indians on Pyramid Lake Reservation, June 
1889- May 90; supt. Government Indian training and boarding school, 
Pyramid Lake, Nev., Oct. 1889-Sep. 90; p. McConnellsville, O., Jan. 
1891-Aug, 92; Madison, Sep. 1892-Sep. 94; Bristoria, Pa., Nov. 1S>4- 

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p. Pavilion, N. Y., 1882-85; Aurora, III., 1885-87; miss, to the Indians, 
McAllester, Indian Ter., 1887-91 ; p. Batavia, 111., 1891-93 ; united with 
M. E. ch., 1893. Address, Oshkosh, Wis. (1900) 

John Franklin Stilwell, b. New York, N. Y., Oct. 12, 1852; U. R., part, 
course; R. T. S., in English course, 1882-83; ord. Maine, N. Y., Oct. 
12, 1882; p. Maine, 1882-83; Johnson's Creek, 1884-87; Whitesboro, 
1887-89; Newport, 1889-93; Castile, 1893-96; Elba, 1896-1904; Genesee 
1904-07; Big Flats, 1907-. Address, Big Flats, N. Y. 

James B. Thomas, b. Sardinia, Ind., Apr. 6, 1857; F. C. 1882; R. T. S. 
1882-83; dismissed to S. B. T. S.. 

Address, 3901 Brooklyn Ave., Los Angeles, Calif. 

*John Ley WiUiams, b. Huntingdon, Pa., Aug. 12, 1853; B. U. 1882; 
R. T. S. Sep-Dec. 1882; dismissed U. T. S.; d. Altoona, Pa., Sep. 4, 
1884. 18-*3 

1886 

GRADUATE STUDENT 

ROBERT THRESHER YATES, b. Walnut Grove, Ark., Jan. 21, 
1856; S. Western Bap. U. 1882; ord. Jackson, Tenn., Sep. 30, 1881; 
S. B. T. S. 1885; resident graduate, R. T. S. 1885; p. Denton, Tex., 
1886-88; teaching public schools, Denton, 1888-89; (1900). 

GRADUATES 

ALBERT J. RAMAKER, Class Secretary 

LYNN BINKLEY ALBERT, b. E. Germantown, Ind., Aug. 7, 1855; 
Cook Academy, 1878 ; ord. Orleans, N. Y., June 7, 1881 ; R. T. S. 1886 ; 
p. Clyde, N. Y., May 1882-May 83; E. Carlton, 1884-85; Rapids ch., 
Rochester, June 1885-86; Seymour, Ind., June 1886-Oct. 88; prof. 
Church History and instructor in Normal Department, Atlanta Bap. 
Seminary, Oct. 1888-90; supt., 111. Bap. S. S. work, June 1890-July 94; 
evangelistic work and pastorates, July 1894-1904; in business, June 
1904-Oct. 05 ; united with Detroit M. E. Conference, Sep. 1905. 

Permanent address, Noblesville, Ind. 

ADAM HOWARD BEAVER, b. Lewisburg, Pa., Jan. 15, 1854; Bu. 
U. 1883, B. S. ; R. T. S. 1886; ord. Lebanon, O., Oct. 26, 1886; p. 
Lebanon, 1886-88 ; Wyoming, Sep. 1888-May 91 ; Saginaw, Mich., May 
1891-July 95 ; member of Michigan State Board of Charities, Jan. 1894- 
Jan. 98; graduate student, U. C, Jan. 1898- Jan. 99; p. Iowa Falls, la., 

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Jan. 1899-Dcc. 1903; Glenwood, Dec. 1903-June 06; Hutchinson, Kan., 
June 1906-Dcc. 08; Rocky Ford, Colo., Jan. 1909-. 

Address, 966 Maple Ave., Rocky Ford, Colo. 

JAMES GIDEON DITMARS, b. Washington, la., Nov. 10, 1857 
I). l\ LS8J; supt. of public schools, Hanover, O., 1882-83; R. T. S 
1886; ord. Shelton, Conn., July 7, 1886; p. Shelton, 1886-Mar. 90 
Bridgeport, Apr.-Oct. 1890; Ainslie St. ch. (Hope Miss., 1890-92 
Hope ch., 1892-1900) 1890-1904; student of Philosophy and Political 
Economy, Columbia U. ; L. I. College Hospital, 1896-98; M. D., 1898 
physician, Brooklyn, 1904-. Address, 525^ Sixth Ave., Brooklyn 

*MYRON WADSWORTH HART, b. Westficld, N. Y., Sep. 27, 1856 
U. R. 1878-81; ord. S. Alabama, N. Y., May 8, 1883; p. S. Alabama 
1881-86; R. T. S. 1886; omitted Hebrew; p. Union Springs, N. Y. 
1886-89; Nunda, 1889-96; d. Nunda, Apr. 26, 1896. 

BENJAMIN LAISDELL HERR, b. Pittsburg, Pa., Nov. 18, 1861; 

B. U. 1882, I'h.B.; R. T. S. 1886; ord. Tarrytown, N. Y., Sep. 10, 
1886; p. Tarrytown, 1886-90; Binghamton, Nov. 1890-Dec. 95; Lock- 
port, Sep 1896-May 98; South Broad St. ch., Philadelphia, Pa., Sep. 
1898-1902; Delhi, N. Y., 1902-06; Homer, 1906-. 

Address, Homer, N. Y. 

FRED ROGERS HOLT, b. Huntington, Mass., Dec. 11, 1855; Am. 

C. 1883; R. T. S. 1886; ord. Yates, N. Y., July 1, 1886; p. Yates, July 
1886-Sep. 89; in business, Rochester, Sep. 1889-. 

Address, 417 Hayward St., Rochester, N. Y. 

*EDWIN COLLINS LONG, b. Sedgwick, Me., May 13, 1848; Cy. 
C. 1876; ord. Milo, Me., June 17, 1877; p. Milo, Apr. 1877-Apr. 80; Mon- 
son, Apr. 1880-83; R. T. S. 1886; p. Painesville, 0., June 1886-Junc 89; 
Manchester, N. Y., Sep. 1889-Apr. 98; engaged in temperance work, 
Clifton Springs, Apr. 1898-Apr. 99; supply, Painesville, O., three 
months ; secy, and state organizer, N. Y. Prohibition Com., Sep. 1899- 
Dec. 1902; supplied in Painesville, 0., and Colorado, Dec. 1902-Nov. 
03; p. Mt. Olivet ch., Denver, Colo., Nov. 1903-Jan. 09; invalid, Jan.- 
Sep. 1909; d. Denver, Colo., Sep. 29, 1909. 

RONALD McKILLOP, b. Inverness, Quebec, Canada, Feb. 20, 1846; 
McGill U.. 1878; ord. Coaticooke, Quebec, June 23, 1880; p. Coaticooke, 
Apr. 1880-Scp. 83; R. T. S. 1886; p. Hamlin, N. Y., 1884-85; Sanborn, 
1885-86; Mumford, June 1886-Sep. 89; McMinnville, Ore., Oct. 1889- 
Jan. 93; Centralia, Jan. 1893-Apr. 96; Chehalis, Wash., Oct. 1895-Apr. 
97: Albany, Ore., Apr. 1897-Jan. 99; Salem, Jan. 1899-Sept. 1902; Ash- 
land. Sep. 1902-Apr. 05; Healdsburg, Cal., Apr., 1905-Apr. 06; Chins, 

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Apr. 1906-May 07; Huntington Beach, May 1907-May 09; Woodland, 
May 1909. pres., Oregon State Conv., 1890-91. 

Address, 509 Lincoln Ave., Woodland, California. 

♦WILLIAM LEMUEL MUNGER, b. Allegan, Mich., Oct. 21, 1845; 
Kal. C. 1871; R. T. S. 1871-72; ord. Ganges, Mich., July 1, 1873; p. 
Fennsville, Mich., 1873-74; Traverse City, 1874-77; Palo, 1876-81; 
Highland, 1881-83; R. T. S. 1886; p. Rushford, N. Y., 1886-90; Cas- 
sapolis, Mich., 1890-94; Belding, 1894-99; Ganson St. ch., Jackson, 
1899-1903; State Field Secy. Mich Anti-Saloon League, 1903-06; p. 
Berean ch., Detroit, 1906-08; d. Detroit, Mich., Sep. 25, 1908. 

♦WILLIAM CAREY PHILLIPS, b. Lima, N. Y., May 25, 1852 
Colg. U. 1879; Colg. T. S. 1879-80; ord. Russell, N. Y., June 18, 1880 
p. Russell. 1880-82; Canton, 1882-83; R. T. S. 1886; p. Mendon 
1884-85; Mason, Mich., June 1886-Mar. 88; Tawas City, Apr. 1888-90 
Nunda, N. Y., Oct. 1890-Aug. 98; First ch., Oswego, Oct. 1898-Oct. 99 
d. Clifton Springs, N. Y., Oct. 1, 1899. 

ALBERT JOHN RAMAKER, b. Milwaukee, Wis., Oct. 3, 1860; R. 
T. S. 1886; U. R. 1895; ord. Cleveland, O., Aug. 23, 1886; p. Cleveland, 
1886-89; instructor in Greek and Latin Grammar, German Literature 
and Universal History, German Department, R. T. S., 1889-90; acting 
prof. Church History and the Greek Lang., ib., 1890-99; prof, ib., 1899- 
Author, Ein Ueberlick uber die Geschichte der Deutschen Baptisten in 
America; Die Christliche Heidensmission; Eine kurze Geschichte der 
Baptisten. Address, 11 Tracy St., Rochester, N. Y. 

WALTER RAUSCHENBUSCH, b. Rochester, N. Y., Oct. 4, 1861; 
Giitersloh Gymnasium, Westphalia, Germany, 1883; U. R. 1884; R. T. 
S. 1886; ord. New York, N. Y., Oct. 21, 1886; p. Second German ch., 
New York, 1886-97; acting prof. N. T. Interpretation and of the Nat- 
ural Sciences, German Department, R. T. S., 1897-99; prof., N. T. in 
G. D. 1899-1902; prof, of Church History, R. T. S., 1902- secretary, 
Baptist Congress, 1892-94; year of study in Germany, 1891-92; and 
1907-08; editor, Jugend Herold, 1892-96; Earl Lecturer, Pacific T. S., 
1910; editor, Evangeliumslicder ; author. Das Leben Jesu; Leben und 
Wirken von August Rauschenbusch; Die politische Verfassung unseres 
Landes; Christianity and the Social Crisis; various articles in reviews 
and magazines. D.D., U. R., 1902. 

Address, 40 Shepard St., Rochester, N. Y. 

MARTIN WALTER TWING, b. Monterey, Mass., Dec. 15, 1857; 
B. U. 1883; R. T. S. 1886; ord. N. Tonawanda, N. Y., Sep. 2, 1886; 
p. N. Tonawanda, June 1886-June 96; Alton, 111., Sep. 1896-. D.D., 
S. C, 1900. Address, 500 E. 13th St., Alton, 111., 

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*EDGAR BURTON WATSON, b. Newton Mills, Ta., Sep. 11, 1853; 
Union school, Mayville, N. Y., 1876; R. T. S. 1886; ord. Ogdcn, N. 
Y.. Dec. 2, 1886; p. Ogden, 1886-95; d. Ogdcn, Nov. 7, 1895. 

(;R.\DUATE ENGLISH COURSE 

*IRVING FRANKLIN DAVIS, b. Bourbon, 111., June 21, 1854; S. C; 
ord. Wichita, Kan., July 25, 1877; p. Wichita, 1877-80; Kirkwood, Mo., 
1880-81; Danville, 111., 1881-82; Fort Scott, Kan., 1882-84; R. T. S. 
1886; p. Emmanuel ch., Buffalo, N. Y., 1886-87; Summit Ave. 
ch., Jersey City, N. J., 1887-89; d. Jersey City, Dec. 31, 1889. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

George William Davis, Presb., b. Rochester, Eng., Aug. 3, 1858; Vic- 
toria U.. Manchester. Eng., 1880; R. T. S. 1883-85; dismissed to Aub. 
T. S. Address, St. Paul, Minn. 

Lewis Kaiser, b. Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 23, 1860; student, G. D. and 
U. R. 1881-83; R. T. S. 1883-84; C. T. S. 1884-85; ord. Philadel- 
phia, Pa., Sep. 18, 1884; p. Philadelphia, May 1884-Dcc. 88; First 
Germ, ch., Rochester, N. Y., Jan. 1889-Oct. 90; acting prof. O. T. Inter- 
pretation and Life of Christ, G. D., R. T. S. 1890-99; prof, ib., 1899-. 
Author, Das Apostolischc Zcitaltcr; Stimmen dcr Prophetcn. Mod- 
erator of Triennial Conference of German Baptists, 1898-1910. 

Address, 13 Tracy St., Rochester, N. Y. 

James Griffith Mahoney, b. Toherbane, County of Kerry, Ireland, Feb. 
1, 1840; R. T. S. 1884-85; ord. W. Almond, N. Y., Oct. 21, 1885; p. 
W. Almond, June 1885-June 87; June 1892-June 93; Woodhull, June 
1889-June 92; Almond, 1893-97; W. Clarkesville, 1897; joined Seventh 
Day Baptists, Dec. 1897; returned to regular Bapt. ; p. Ovid, June 
1898-1901 ; Enfield Centre, 1901-03 ; W. Owego Creek, 1903-05 ; evange- 
list, 1905- Address, 68 Liberty St., Owego, N. Y. 

Jacob Michaelian, b. Husenig, Harpoot, Armenia, Apr. 12, 1857; Mar- 
sovan Seminary, Asia Minor, 1882 ; R. T. S., one year in English course, 
1885-86; ord. at Calvary ch.. New York, N. Y., Jan. 2, 1887; miss., 
A. B. Pub. Soc, to the Armenians, Constantinople, Aug. 1887-Mar. 92; 
continued the work on personal responsibility, Mar. 1892-Apr. 94; miss., 
to the Armenians in New York under the auspices of Calvary ch.. 
May 1894-Aug. 95 ; student of medicine, Washington, D. C, Sep. 1895- 
Apr. 96; in business and city miss, work, Apr. 1897-. 

Address, 297 5th Ave., New York, N. Y. 

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William Pfeiffer, R. T. S., 1885-86; (for record, vid. G. D., class of 
1886.) 

John R. Stillwell, b. Cheapside, Ont., Jan. 15, 1855; U. T. 1883; R. T. 
S. 1883-84; p. Pembroke, Ont., 1884-85; ord. Brantford, Ont., July 
1885; miss. Canadian Bapt. Miss. Soc, India, 1885-. principal, Samalkot 
(India) Seminary, 1887-1898; p. in Canada, 1901-04; miss., Rama- 
chandropuram, 1904-. Author, Unfulfilled Commission; One Hundred 
Years of Baptist Work in Foreign Lands, 1792-1892. 

Address, Ramachandropuram, Godavari Dist., India. 

♦Frederic Witthuhn, R. T. S. 1885-86; (for record, vid. G. D., class 
of 1886) ; d. Hanover, Ont., Feb. 17, 1888. 

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GRADUATES 

WILLIAM C. TAYLOR, Class Secretary 

JOHN MOORE DAVIS, b. Henderson Co., N. C, Aug. 27, 1853; W. 
F. C. 1880; R. T. S. 1887; ord. Cuba, N. Y., May 27, 1887; p. Cuba, 
1887-89; in business. New York, 1889-. 

Address, 490 W. 136th St., New York, N. Y. 

DANIEL TROBRIDGE DENMAN, b. Chesterville, O., Aug. 13, 
1860; Ohio Wesleyan U., 1884; R. T. S. 1887; ord. Hannibal, Mo., 
July 7, 1887; p. Hannibal, July 1887-Nov. 96; Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. 
1896-1906; Oak Park, 111., 1906- D.D., Grand River C, 1895. 

Address, Oak Park, 111. 

GEORGE BURMAN FOSTER, b. Wolf Creek, W. Va., Apr. 2, 1857; 
W. Va. U. 1883; ord. St. Albans, W. Va., Nov. 1879; p. Morgantown, 
1883-84; R. T. S. 1887; p. First ch., Saratoga Springs, N. Y., 1887-91; 
student, Universities of Gottingen and Berlin, 1891-92; prof. Philos- 
ophy, McM. U., 1892-95; associate prof. Systematic Theology, U. C, 
1895-97 ; prof., Systematic Theology, ib., 1897-1905 ; prof. Philosophy of 
Religion, ib., 1905-. Author, Finality of Christian Religion, 1906; 
Function of Religion in Man's Struggle for Existence, 1909. Ph.D., 
D. U. 1892. Address, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

JOSEPH BAYARD HARGETT, b. Boone, N. C, Jan. 25, 1851; S. 
C; ord. Granville, Mo., July 27, 1884; R. T. S. 1887; p. Rich Hill, Mo., 
1887-88; withdrew from the Baptist denomination; student, Meadville 
Theological school a short time in 1890. (1900) 

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GEORGE WASHINGTON HILL.b. Phoenix. Ore., May 7, 1861; U. 
1884; R. r. S. 1887; ord. East Portland, Ore., Sep. 20, 1887; p. E. 
Portland, 1887-88; city miss., Portland, 1888-90; p. Albany, 1890-Nov. 
93; miss. A. B. F. AI. Soc, Sui Tui and Yachow, China, 1893-95; 
Chofu. Japan, 1895-June 1900; on furlough in U. S., June 1900-Dec. 
01; Chofu, Japan, Dec. 1901-05; Shimonoseki, 1905-May 09; on fur- 
lough in U. S., May 1909-. 
Permanent address in U. S., A. B. F. M. Soc, Ford Bldg, Boston, Mass. 

FRANCIS WAYLAND KNEELAND, b. Strykersville, N. Y., Sep. 
15, 1856; U. R. 1880; principal, Union school, Angelica, N. Y., 1882-85; 
R. T. S. 1887; ord. Moodus, Conn., Aug. 30, 1887; p. Moodus, June 
1887-Dcc. 90; Newark, N. Y., Feb. 1891-Apr. 96; Whitcsboro, Apr. 
1896-1901; Lyons, Apr. 1902-Nov. 09; secy, of Bapt. Ministerial Bu- 
reau of N. Y. State Conv., Nov. 1909-. 

Address, 535 University Bldg. Syracuse, N. Y. 

IRA SPRAGUE KNEELAND, b. Strykersville, N. Y., Apr. 19, 1859; 
U. R. 1884; R. T. S. 1887; ord. Del! Rapids, S. Dak., Aug. 17, 1887; 
p. Dell Rapids, June 1887-June 88; North ch., Rochester, N. Y., Sep. 
1888-Mar. 91; Maple St. chapel, Buflfalo, May 1891-Mar. 95; Spring- 
ville, Apr. 1895-Feb. 1900; Cazenovia Park ch., Buffalo, Feb. 1900-July 
06; Eden, Oct. 1907-Aug. 08; Cazenovia Park ch., Buffalo, Sep. 1908- 
Editor, Baptist Outlook, 1901-05. Author, God's Garden; The World's 
Hunger and Tlie Church's Supply. 

Address, 26 Ryan St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

LOUIS CHARLES KNUTH, b. St. Joseph, Mich., Oct. 18, 1858; G. 
D. 1885; U. R. two years; R. T. S. 1887; ord. Sheboygan, Wis., Aug. 
17. 1887; p. Sheboygan, June 1887-July 90; Buffalo, N. Y., Aug. 1890- 
Jan. 92; Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 1892-Sep. 1903; First ch., Newark, N 
J., Sep. 1903-. Address, 33 E. Fairmount Ave., Newark, N. J 

JOHN LEWIS McCUTCHEON, b. Nicholas Co., W. Va., Apr. 19 
1858; U. R. 1884; ord. Morgantown, W. Va., Oct. 29, 1882; R. T. S 
1887; city miss., New York, N. Y., 1887-88; pres. Broaddus Female C. 
Clarksburg, W. Va., 1888-90; p. Franklin, Va., July 1890-Dcc. 95 
Wheeling, W. Va., Jan. 1896-June 97; Morgantown, June 1897-Jan 
1907; Franklin, Va., Feb. 1907-. Address, Franklin, Va 

EDWARD WRIGHT POTTER, b. E. Hartford, Conn., Sep. 17, 1858 
Y. C. 1884; R. T. S. 1887; ord. Rockville, Conn., Aug. 4, 1887; p. Rock- 
ville, July 1887-Nov. 94; Windsor, Vt., Mar. 1895-May 97; Bradford, 
N. H., May 1897-July 1904; Jewett City, Conn., July 1904-. 

Address, Jewett City, Conn. 

FRANK BARRATT RAYMOND, b. Edgefield, S. C, Feb. 2, 1852; 
Rich. C. 1871-73; C. T. S. 1876-78; ord. Holmesburg, Pa., Apr. 28, 

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1881; p. Holmesburg, 1880-81; Mathews Co., Va., 1883-85; R. T. S. 
1887; p. Dunkirk, N. Y., 1886-88; Lexington, Ky., May 1888-May 91; 
Eminence, May 1891-May 95 ; Mathews Co., Va., July 1895-Oct. 1905 ; 
Waynesville, N. C, Oct. 1906-Nov. 08; Clyde, Dec. 1908- 

Address, Clyde, N. C. 

WILLIAM CARSON TAYLOR, b. Taylorsburg, Va., Feb. 7, 1858; 
U. O. 1884; R. T. S. 1887; ord. Buffalo, N. Y., July 11, 1887; p. FiU- 
more Ave. ch., Buffalo, Jan. 1887-Dec. 90; Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 1890- 
Sep. 97; Jefferson City, Mo., Sep. 1897-Sep. 99; College Ave., ch., 
Indianapolis, Ind., Sep. 1899-Oct. 1903; Petersburg, Va., Oct. 1903-. 
pres.. Anti-saloon League of Virginia, 1907-09. D.D., G. C, 1895. 

-■\ddress, Petersburg, Va. 

JAMES TENBROEKE, b. Panton, Vt., Oct. 13, 1859; Mid. C. 1884; 
R. T. S. 1887; ord. Weedsport, N. Y., Sep. 13, 1887; p. Weedsport, 
1887-88; student in Philosophy, Y. C, 1888-91; Univ. of Berlin, 1891- 
92; p. Berean ch., Burlington, Vt., Jan. 1893-July 95; prof. Philosophy, 
McM. U., 1895-. graduate student at Oxford and Berlin Universities, 
1903-(M. Ph.D., Y. C, 1891. Address, 16 Elgin Ave., Toronto, Ont. 

ALEXANDER WATT, b. Branxton, Scotland, July 16, 1853; U. R. 
18^; R. T. S. 1887; ord. Forestville, N. Y., Mar. 1, 1888; p. Forest- 
ville, Jan. 1888-Aug. 89 ; Hamburg, .Aug. 1889-May 91 ; Buffalo. May 
1891-.\pr. 93; w. c. 1893-98; p. Findlay Lake, Dec. 1898-1901; Mem- 
phis, 1901-06; Freedom, 1906; mercantile pursuits, Webster, 1907-09; 
w. c. Fredonia, 1909-. Address, Fredonia, N. Y. 

OBED JACOB WHITE, b. Palmyra, Mo., Sep. 19, 1858; La Gr. C. 
1SS3 ; ord. La Grange. Mo., Nov. 5, 1882; principal and teacher, Eureka 
Bapt. C, 1883-84; R. T. S. 1887; p. First ch., Jersey City, N. J., July 
1887-May 89; First ch., Nashua, N. H., May 1889-May 94; Winthrop 
St. ch., Taunton, Mass., Sep. 1894-1910; Washington St. ch., Ljrnn, 
Mass., 1910-. Author, Responsive Readings from the Old and New 
Testaments. D.D., Cy. C. Address, Lynn, Mass. 

GRADUATES ENGLISH COURSE 

JACOB COONCE BURKETT, b. Moulton, Tex., Mar. 4, 1860; Kyle 
Seminary; Bay. U. ; ord. Moulton, Tex.. July 2, 1883; R. T. S. 
1887; p. Warrensburg, N. Y., June 1887-Feb. 89; Taylor, Tex., 
Mar. 1889-Mar. 90; Colorado. Apr. 1890-Feb. 93; Calvert, June 1893- 
Feb. 1900: Midland, Feb. 1900-. lecturer, Bible Conferences, Texas, 
1905-08. D.D., Simmons C, 1905. -\ddress, Midland, Texas. 

ADELBERT CHAPMAN, b. Bath, N. Y., June 8, 1854; Cook Acad.; 
ord. -\voca, N. Y.. June 4, 1879; p. Attica, May 1880-85; R. T. S. 1887; 

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p. Hoosick Falls, Dec. 1888-July 95; Cortland, Aug. 1895-Dec. 98; 
Alexander Ave. ch., New York, July 1899-Mar. 1904; Calvary ch., 
Hackensack, N. J., Sept. 1905-. 

Addrcss, 48 Central Ave., Hackensack, N. J. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON HICKS, b. Lynch's Prairie, Cherokee 
Nation, 1. 1"., Dec. 29, 1857; Indian U. 1885; R. T. S. 1887; ord. Tahle- 
quah, Ind. Ter., July 3, 1887; miss, in charge of Wichita mission, 1887- 
93; Rainy Mountain mission, Nov. 1893-Apr. 96; Elk Creek mission, 
Nov. 1893-. Elk View ch., Sep. 1899-Aug. 1900; Red Stone Mission, 
Sept. 1904-. Apache Indian Mission, June 1907-. 

Address, 704 S. W. Ave., Hobart, Okla. 

MILTON FRANKLIN NEGUS, b. Taberg, N. Y., Sep. 4, 1853; Colg. 
I'., partial course; ord. Jay, N. Y., Apr. 10, 1878; p. Skaneateles, N. Y., 
Sep. 1881-85; R. T. S. 1887; p. Fourth ch., Minneapolis, Minn., Dec. 
1887-94; Owego, N. Y., 1894-97; First ch., Brooklyn, E. D., Sep. 
1897-1902; Temple Church, Philadelphia, Pa., 1902-04; Glenwood Ave. 
ch., Buffalo, N. Y., 1908-. 

Address, Zl Laurel St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

♦WASHINGTON SNELL PEACE, b. Lake City, Mo., Jan. 20, 1856; 
W. J. C. 1881; ord. Lamar, Mo., Apr. 30, 1882; R. T. S. 1887; p. Em- 
manuel ch., Buffalo, N. Y., Aug. 1887-Apr. 90; Quincy, 111., June 1891- 
July 93; Westport, Mo., June 1894-July 97; w. c. Liberty, July 1897- 
1900; Kansas City, 1900-04; associate editor. Word and Way; d. Kan- 
sas City, Mo., Dec. 11, 1904. 

CHARLES ATWATER RAYMOND, b. Newburg, N. Y., Jan. 28, 
1846; Green Plains Acad., Va., 1860-61; ord. W. Franklin, Pa., June 9, 
1881 ; p. Tioga Centre, N. Y., Dec. 1881-Mar. 83 ; Hemlock Lake, May 
1883-Oct. 86; R. T. S. 1887; p. Kingsville, O., May 1887-Aug. 89; Con- 
neaut, Sep. 1889-Mar. 91; invalid. Mar. 1891-. 

Address, Nichols, N. Y 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

♦Everett Doughty Burr, b. Nyack-on-Hudson, N. Y., Jan. 15, 1861; 
B. U. 1884; R. T. S. Sep.-Dec. 1884; dismissed to C. T. S. Killed by 
train, Feb. 23, 1907. 

Frank Wells Ham, b. Otsego, Minn., Apr. 25, 1856; U. of Minn.; R. 
T. S. 1884-85; ord. St. Charles, Minn., June 5, 1888; p. St. Charles, 
1888; supposed to be in California. (1900). 

♦James Milton Neville, b. Bladensburgh, la., Aug. 28, 1856; U. O. 1884; 
R. T. S. 1884-86; d. at the close of the Middle year, Dansville, N. Y., 
May 4, 1886. 

John Schu£f, R. T. S. 1885-87; (for record, vid. G. D., class of 1887). 

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*Edward Presbrey Smith, b. Vineyard Haven, Mass., Oct. 6, 1860; B. 
U. 1884; R. T. S. Sep-Dec. 1884; d. Stoneham, Mass., Oct. 20, 1903. 

Ferdinand Gustav Wolter, R. T. S. 1886-87; (for record, vid. G. D., 
class of 1887). 

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GRADUATE STUDENT 

*JOHN JACKSON HAMMER, b. near Glasgow, Ky., June 2, 1858; 
Glasgow Normal, 1883; S. B. T. S. 1887; resident graduate, R. T. S. 
1887-88; ord. Wolcott, N. Y.. June 14, 1888; p. Wolcott, Feb. 1888-May 
90; in poor health on farm near Glasgow, Ky., June 1890-Feb. 93; p. 
Fifth St. mission, Buffalo, N. Y., Feb.-July 1893; Sardinia, July 1893- 
Oct. 94; Strykersville, and Java Village, Oct. 1894-Apr. 97; Eldred, Pa., 
May-Oct. 1897; on farm near Glasgow Ky., Nov., 1897-1908; supply, 
Siloam ch., Glasgow, Sep. 1898-Jan. 99 ; d. Glasgow, Ky., Feb. 14, 190a 

GRADUATES 

WILLIAM J. REID, Class Secretary 

JOHN CALVIN CARMAN, b. Ashland, O., Aug. 31, 1861; U. R. 
1884; R. T. S. 1888; ord. Zanesville, O., June 7, 1888; p. First ch., 
Zanesville, June 1888-June 91 ; stated supply. Carman, Minn., Oct. 
1891-Feb. 92; evangelistic work in Minn., N. Y., 111., and Mich., 
Feb. 1892-Nov. 93; p. First ch., Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., Nov. 1893- 
Aug. 97; First ch., Traverse City, Jan. 1898-Mar. 99; station p. 
First ch., Indianapolis, Ind., May 1899-June 1900; State Supt., Ind. 
State S. S. Association, June 1900-Sep. 02; State Supt., Colo. State 
Sunday School Assn., Oct. 1902- Chautauquan Lecturer, Okla., Colo., 
and Ohio. Address, 2070 Cherry St., Denver, Colorado. 

*SAMUEL STUART CASE, b. Otisville, N. Y., Nov. 10, 1857; U. R. 
partial course; R. T. S. 1888; ord. Redwood, N. Y., Dec. 18, 1888; p. 
Redwood, 1888-89; d. Paterson, N. J., Dec. 5, 1889. 

HENRY CROSKEY COOPER, b. Melrose, Mass., Jan. 8, 1862; U. 
R. 1885; R. T. S. 1888; ord. Springville, N. Y., June 21, 1888; p. Spring- 
ville, June 1888-Feb. 95; Schenectady, Feb. 1895-Apr. 1905; Little 
Falls, N. Y., May 1905-. 

Address, 2 Dale Place, Little Falls, N. Y. 

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PHILIP WENDELL CRANNELL, b. Albany, N. Y., Dec. 26, 1861; 
D. C. 1882; teaching Penn. and Minn., 1882-85; R. T. S. 1888; ord. 
Baldwinsville, N. Y., Nov. 9, 1888; Baldwinsville, Oct. 1888-Mar. 94; 
Corning, Mar. 1894-99; First ch., Topeka, Kansas, Jan. 1900-Aug. 04; 
prof. Homiletics and Pastoral Theology, Kansas City Bapt. T. S., Oct. 
1902- pres. K. C. B. T. S., May 1903-. Author, many articles in 
Bibliothcca Sacra; editorial writer for Sunday School Times, 1901 ; 
writer of S. S. Expositions, IVord and Way, 1907. D.D., Ottawa U., 
1901. Address, 350 Troup Avenue., Kansas City, Kan. 

JOHN PHILLIPS CURRIN, b. Sharpsburg, Pa., Dec. 7, 1856; Bu. 
U. 1885; R. T. S. 1888; ord. Lebanon, O., Dec. 20, 1888; p. Lebanon, 
1888-89; New Vienna, 1889-92; IlilLsboro, Jan. 1893-1902; Oakland, 
Calif., 1902-06; .Marion, O., 1906-. 

Address, 326 Vine St., Marion, O. 

*JAMES LOCKHART HASTIE, b. New York, N. Y., Apr. 10, 
1805; C. of the City of New York, 1885; R. T. S. 1888; ord. New York, 
N. Y., June 28, 1888; p. Rutherford, June 1888-June 90; Croton, June 
1890-Nov. 91; Holmesburg, ch., Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 1891-Aug. 
94; Croton, N. Y., Oct. 1894-Mar. 99; Corinth, Mar. 1899-1902; d. 
Corinth, N. Y., Feb. 27, 1902. 

THEODORE HEISIG, b. London, Eng., Apr. 4, 1859; Bay. U., 1882; 
R. T. S. 1888; ord. Waterford, N. Y., Nov. 13, 1888; p. Waterford, 
May 1888-Apr. 91 ; Parmly Memorial ch., Jersey City, N. J., May 
1891-Dec. 94; stated supply, Wayne St. Reformed ch. and Scotch Presb. 
ch., Jersey City, Jan-Aug. 1895; p. Freehold, Aug. 1895-May 1902; 
mercantile pursuits, June 1902- ; p. Eighth Street ch., Orange, Texas, 
February, 1904-. Editor, Young People's department, Neiv Jersey 
Baptist Bulletin; pres., B. Y. P. U., of New Jersey, May 1897-May 99. 

Address, 328 Keith Bldg. Beaumont, Texas. 

*GEORGE FREDERIC HILTON, b. Keokuk, la., May 2, 1857; High 
school, Keokuk; B. U. T. S. 1884-85; R. T. S. 1888; ord. Duluth, iMinn., 
Aug. 9, 1888; p. Duluth, July 1888-Aug. 90; Carthage, 111., Oct. 1890- 
Jan. 94; Vandalia, Jan. 1895-Jan. 99; health failed; w. c. San Diego, 
Calif., Jan. 1899-July 1900; d. San Diego, Calif., July 7, 1900. 

*OSCAR WALTER JANSEN, b. Racine, Wis., Aug. 14, 1857; Des 
M. C. 1881-82; U. R. 1885; R. T. S. 1888; ord. Omaha, Neb., June 
19, 1888; miss. Calvary ch., New York, N. Y., 1888-Sep. 89; p. 
Memorial ch., Albany, Sep. 1889-Dec. 91 ; First ch., Dalton, Mass., 
Jan. 1892-July 93 ; health failed ; stated supply. Second ch., Galveston, 
Texas, 1893-94; fruit raising, Alta Loma, 1894-95; p. Alta Loma, 1895- 
Mar. 98; invalid, Denver, Col., Jan. 1898-Apr. 99; d. Denver, Col., 
Apr. 20, 1899. 

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OSCAR MILES KELLER, b. Tempico, Ind., Mar. 8, 1856; F. C. 1885; 
ord. New Winchester, Ind., Feb. 15, 1884; p. New Winchester, Jan. 
1884-Jan. 85; R. T. S. 1888; p. Mendon, N. Y., Jan. 1886-June 
88; Fredonia, Kan., June 1888-Mar. 90; San Mercer, Texas, Mar. 
1890-Dec. 91; Kokomo, Ind., Jan. 1892-Mar. 93; Brimfield, 111., 
June 1893-Sep. 94; Tonica, Sep. 1894-July 95; pres., Mt. Lebanon C, 
Texas, Sep. 1895-June 96; p. Van Buren, Ark., Oct., 1896-Dec. 97; 
Muscogee, Indian Ter., Dec. 1897-Aug. 99; supt. of Seminole Indian 
school for boys at Mekusukey, Aug. 1899-July 1901 ; w. c. Okemah, 
July 1901-May OS ; p. Claremore, May 1905-Jan. 07 ; p. Cordova, III., 
Jan. 1907-Sep. 1908; Forsyth, Mont., Sep. 1908- 

Address, Forsyth, Mont. 

J. BUNYAN LEMON, b. Nace, Va., Apr. 1, 1862; Rich. C. 1881-85; 
ord. Mill Creek, Va., Sep. 16, 1883; p. Cartersville, Va., Sep. 1883- 
July 85; New Bridge, Oct. 1883-July 85; R. T. S. 1888; p. Alabama, 
N. Y., Apr. 1886-May 88; Plymouth Ave. ch., Rochester, June 1888- 
June 91; Willimantic, Conn., Sep. 1891-Sep. 99; Manchester, N. H., 
Sep. 1899-. Author, The Bible as a Library; Elijah the Prophet; A 
Dream of the Christ; A Bicyclist's Dream of the Road to Heaven; 
Stories of the Bible; Places of Interest in the Bible; Lemon's Bible 
Game; pres., N. H. Bapt. Conv., 1909. D.D., Rich. C, 1903. 

Address, Manchester, N. H. 

RALPH WEBER LOWE, b. Ashford, N. Y., Feb. 25, 1859; U. R. 
1883; R. T. S. 1888; ord. Marion, N. Y., Oct. 2, 1888; p. Marion, Sep. 
1888-Sep. 90; Pipestone, Minn., Oct. 1890-May 92; united with Dis- 
ciples of Christ, 1892; returned to the Bapt., May 1898; p. Kensington 
ch., Buffalo, Nov. 1898-Jan. 1903; Second ch., Parma, July 1903-Aug. 
06; Hinsdale, Aug. 1906-. Address, Hinsdale, N. Y. 

JOHN GEORGE SCHLIEMANN, b. Galesburg, 111., Sep. 20, 1857; 
Knox C; R. T. S. 1888; ord. St. Louis, Mo., May 5, 1889; p. Pittsfield, 
111., 1889-91 ; student, B. U. T. S. 1889-91 ; B. D., ib., 1891 ; p. Tecum- 
seh, Neb., 1892-93; Sabetha, Kan., 1893-96; Phillipsburg, 1897-98; 
chaplain, 20th Regt. Kan. Vols., Manilla, Philippine Is., May 1898-99; 
w. c. Sabetha, Kan., 1899-1900; Holton, 1900-03; Hennessey, Okla., 
1903-. Address, Hennessey, Okla. 

EUGENE WOOTTON STONE, b. Central Depot, Va., Sep. 28, 1864; 
Rich. C; R. T. S. 1888; ord. Carmel, N. Y., Aug. 16, 1888; p. Carmel, 
1888-92; Paterson, N. J., Apr. 1892-Mar. 95; Bridgeton, Apr. 1895- 
Oct. 99; Grand Ave. ch., New Haven, Conn., Oct. 1899-Jan. 1905; 
Richmond, Va., Jan. 1905-June 08; First ch., Elizabeth City, June 
1908-. Address, Elizabeth City, N. C. 

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THOMAS JEFFERSON VILLERS, b. Centerville, Va., May 23, 
1861; U. R. 1885; R. T. S. 1888; ord. Gloucester, Mass., Nov. 27, 
1888; p. First ch., Gloucester, Nov. 1888-Dec. 93; First ch., Syracuse, 
N. Y., Dec. 1893-Mar. 98; First ch., Indianapolis, Ind., Mar. 1898-Apr 
1906; First Pcddie Memorial, Newark, N. J., Apr. 1906-. pres., Ind 
Bapt. Conv., 1901-06. D.D., U. R., 1903. 

Address, 56 Mt. Pleasant Ave, Newark, N. J 

JOHN VIVION WHITING, b. Dover, Mo., Mar. 8, 1863; S. C. one 
year; private study four years; B. U. T. S. 1885-86; R. T. S. 1888 
ord. Canton, 111., June 20, 1888; stated supply, Pipestone, Minn., Oct 
1888-Apr. 89; p. Blair, Neb., June 1889-June 91; Fairbury, July 1891- 
Oct. 96; Kcwanee, 111., Oct. 1896-Sep. 1908; Jacksonville, Sep. 1908- 
Addrcss, 205 Pine St., Jacksonville, Illinois, 

FRANK HENRY YOUNG, b. Madison, C, July 24, 1857; D. U. 1885 
R. T. S. 1888; ord. Stanton, Mich., Sep. 13, 1888; p. Stanton, 1888-90 
Lorain, O., Dec. 1890-Dec. 93; w. c. Lorain and Perry, Dec. 1893- 
Sep. 95; p. Garrettsville, Sep. 1895-Oct. 1902; supply Oct. 1902-Feb 
03; Kensington ch., Buffalo, N. Y., Mar. 1903- 

Address, 228 Schuele Ave., Buffalo, N. Y 

GRADUATES ENGLISH COURSE 

WILLIAM HENRY HARTIGAN, b. Boylston, Mass., July 12, 1851; 
R. T. S. 1886-88; ord. Shelby, U. Y., Sep. 25, 1888; p. Shelby, 1888-89; 
Bufifalo, 1889-94; Brooklyn, 1894-1907; in business Brooklyn, 1907- 

Address, 344 Gates Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

AMOS NAYLOR, b. Kendal, England, Apr. 15, 1852; R. T. S. 1886- 
88; ord. Troopsville, N. Y., Dec. 14, 1888; p. Troopsville, Oct. 1888-Jan. 
90; Lyons, Jan. 1890-Jan. 94; Syracuse, Jan. 1894-Jan. 98; student, Syra- 
cuse U. 1895-96; p. Second ch.. Auburn, Jan. 1898-June 1906; Bath, 
June 1906-Jan. 09; South Side ch., Buffalo, Jan. 1909-. 

Address, m Abbott Road, Bufifalo, N. Y. 

WILLIAM JEANS REID, b. Rochester, N. Y., Feb. 22, 1850; R. T. 
S. 1886-88 ; ord. Rochester, N. Y., July 19, 1888 ; p. North Union mission 
(organized as the Alexander Street Bap ch., Jan. 3, 1890), May 1888- 
May 93; Mumford, Sep. 1893-July 95; E. Rochester mission (organ- 
ized as the University Ave. Bapt. ch.. Mar. 4, 1897), July 1895- 
July 1902; Lyell Ave., Rochester, Aug. 1902-June 08; 46th St. ch., 
Pittsburgh, Pa., and miss. Pittsburgh Bapt. Assn., July 1908- 

Address, 173 44th St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

LLEWELLYN JOSHUA TINGLEY, b. Margaree, Cape Breton, N. 
S., Sep. 9, 1860; Ac. C. 1882; N. T. I. 1886-87; R. T. S. 1887-88; ord. 

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Jordan River, N. S, Sep. 20, 1888 ; p. Shelburne, N. S, June 1888-Dec. 
89 ; Upper Wilmot ch., Jan. 1890-Jan. 97 ; Freeport, Jan. 1897-Jan. 99 ; 
Clementsvale, Mar. 1899-1902; St. Margaret's Bay, N. Y., 1902-06; 
Pugwash, N. S., June 1906-Sep. 08; Falmouth, Nov. 1908-. 

Address, Falmouth, Nova Scotia. 

RUDOLPH TRAUGOTT WEGENER, b. Watertown, Wis., Sep. 
21 1862; G. D. 1882-88; R. T. S. 1888; ord. Dayton, O., July 6, 1888; p. 
German ch., Dayton, June 1888-July 96; Harlem German ch., New 
York, N. Y., Aug. 1896-1907; First German ch., Boston, Mass., 1907- 
09; First ch., Baltimore, Md., 1909-. 

Address, Patterson Pk. and Monument St., Baltimore, Md. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

John Calvin Hankinson, b. Aylmer, Ont., Dec. 14, 1856; Woodstock 
C. 1883-84; R. T. S. Sep.-Dec. 1886. 

Address, Sinclairville, N. Y. 

James Madison Hare, b. Huntingdon Co., Pa., ord. Peabody, Kan., 
Nov. 12, 1881; p. Peabody, July 1881-Nov. 82; Bu. U. 1885; R. T. S. 
1885-86; dismissed to U. T. S. Address, Jersey City, N. J. 

Paul Heiligman, Presb., b. Cincinnati, O., June 23, 1865; Union Bibli- 
cal Sem., Dayton, O., 1888; R. T. S. Sep.-Dec. 1887; dismissed to 
Lane T. S. Address, Pierceton, Ind. 

George Samuel Mellor, b. Stockport, O., Nov. 16, 1859; D. U. 1885; 
R. T. S. Sep.-Dec. 1885; w. c. Stockport, O., 1886-94; dismissed to 
Aub. T. S. Address, Adams Mills, O. 

Cortland Hargrave Schuyler, b. Bridgeport, Conn., Nov. 30, 1856; R. 
T. S. 1885-86; (1900). 

Charles Augustus Strong, b. Haverhill, Mass., Nov. 28, 1862; U. R. 
1884; H. U. 1885; R. T. S. 1885-86; student in Berlin, 1886-87; Paris, 
Berlin, and Freiburg, 1889-90; instructor in Philosophy, Corn. U., 
1887-89; docent in Psychology, Clark U., 1890; associate prof, of Psy- 
chology, U. C, 1892-95 ; lecturer in Psychology, Columbia U., 1895- 
1903; prof, of Psychology, ib., 1903-. Author, Why the Mind Has a 
Body, 1903. Address, Lakewood, N. J. 

Louis Ulysses Warner, b. Orleans, N. Y., Jan. 27, 1857; U. R. 1885-87; 
R. T. S. 1885-87; dismissed to B. U. T. S. 

Address, New Kirk, Okla. 
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1889 

GRADUATES 

FREDERICK W. LOCKWOOD, Class Secretary 

HERMAN CHARLES BUCHHOLZ, b. Wilsnack, Germany, May 24, 
1860; U. R., part, course; R. T. S. 1889; ord. Auburn, N. Y., June 19, 
1889; p. Immanuel ch., Auburn, Jan. 1889-May 93; graduate student, 
Aub. T. S., 1891-92; Chester, S. C, iMay 1893-1902; Fulton Ave. ch., 
Baltimore, Md., 1902-03; First ch., Hawkinsville, Ga., Dec. 1904- 
Apr. 06; state evangelist, Ga. State Miss. Board, Apr. 1906-. state 
evangelist, Ga. W. B. M. U., 1906- dean, evangelistic department, St. 
Miss. Board, Dec. 1908-. 

Address, 1009 Candler Building, Atlanta, Ga. 

HENRY PARK COCHRANE, b. Monmouth, Me., Mar. 25, 1856; 
Cuburn Classical Inst.; R. T. S. 1889; ord. Princeton, Me., Aug. 7, 
1889; miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, Burma, 1889-96; in America on furlough, 
1896-99; in Burma, 1899-1903; resigned from A. B. F. M. Soc, Apr. 
1904; First ch., Shelton, Wash., Oct. 1904-Aug. 08; First ch.. Burton, 
Sep. 1907-Apr. 09; reappointed for Burma, 1909-. Author, Among the 
Burvians; Missio)ts in Burma. Address, Rangoon, Burma. 

GOTTLOB FETZER, b. Cleveland, O., July 30, 1861; G. D. 1881-84; 
R. T. S. 1889; ord. Cleveland, O., July 1, 1889; p. Erin Ave. German 
ch., Cleveland, June 1889-Oct. 90; Berlin, Ont., Nov. 1890-Sep. 97; 
Second German ch., New York, N. Y., Oct. 1897-Dec. 1901. Editor, 
Dcr Scndbotc, and other publications of the German Bapt. Pub. Soc, 
Cleveland, O., Jan. 1902-. 

Address, 3804 Payne Ave. N. E., Cleveland, O. 

JACOB HEINRICHS, b. Allenstein, Prussia, Mar. 2, 1860; G. D. 
1881-83; U. R. 1884-86; R. T. S. 1889; ord. Rochester, N. Y., May 10, 
1889; miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, Nellore, Nov. 1889-Mar. 91; Ongole, 
Mar. 1891-Oct. 92; Vinukonda, Oct. 1892-July 95; pres.. Theological 
Seminary, Ramapatam, Nellore district, India, July 1895-. Author, 
Old Testament Introduction (in Telugu) ; Ecclesiology (in Telugu) ; 
History of New Testament Church and Life of Paul; Eschatology (in 
Telugu) ; Neiv Testament Introduction with Analyses; Commentary on 
The Epistle to the Romans (in Telugu, 1903). 

Address, Ramapatam, Nellore District, India. 

WALTER VAUGHN HIGGINS, b. Wolfville, N. S., Dec. 19, 1864; 

Ac. C. 1886; R. T. S. 1889; ord. Wolfville, N. S., Sep. 10, 1889; miss. 

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Board of Foreign Miss, of the Bapt. Conv., of the Maritime Provinces, 
1889; miss, in India, 1889-1907; secy., Foreign Mission Board, May 
1907-. editor. Mission Report Among the Telugus, 1897-1906. Author, 
Map of Telugu Mission; Outline Life of Christ (in Telugu) ; Bible 
Study (in Telugu) ; Life in India (Illustrated). 

Address, Wolfville, Nova Scotia. 

FRANK PLATT LEACH, b. Hamburg, N. Y., Oct. 14, 1861; Ham. 
C. 1886; R. T. S. 1889; ord. Naples, N. Y., June 21, 1889; p. Naples, 
1889-92 ; Red Oak, la., Jan. 1892-June 97 ; Rochester, Minn., Sep. 1897- 
Sep. 1900; Sioux Falls, S. D., Sep. 1900-Sep. 03; general secy., S. D. 
S. S. Association, Sep. 1903-. Managing editor, Iowa Baptist Herald, 
1896. Address, 812 S. Main St., Sioux Falls, S. D. 

EDGAR PERKINS LIPSCOMB, b. Afton, Va., June 30, 1863; Rich. 
C. 188o; R. T. S. 1889; ord. Brockport, N. Y., July 5, 1889; p. Brock- 
port, June 1889-Mar. 94; Kenosha, Wis., Oct. 1894-Feb. 96; Eufaula, 
Ala., Aug. 1896-Aug. 98; w. c. Rochester, N. Y., Aug. 1898-1902; p. 
Lebanon, O., 1902-08; teaching, Elim Bible Training School, 1908-. 

Address, 30 Williams St., Rochester, N. Y. 

FREDERICK WILLIS LOCKWOOD, b. Steuben, N. Y., July 31, 
1863; U. R. 1886; R. T. S. 1889; ord. Titusville, Pa., Sep. 2, 1889; p. 
Titusville, July 1889-Dec. 94; Ossining, N. Y., Apr. 1895-Nov. 1902; 
Pittsfield, Mass., Dec. 1902-Oct. 08; assistant supt., Mass. Anti-Saloon 
League, Oct. 1908- Address, 24 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

JAMES ROSS LYNCH, b. Auburn, N. Y., Jan. 15, 1863; U. R. 1885; 
prof, in Cook Acad., 1885-86; R. T. S. 1889; ord. Rochester, N. Y., 
June 27, 1889; p. Bronson Ave. ch., Rochester, 1888-98; First ch., 
Lockport, 1898-99; in business, Detroit, Mich., 1899-1900. (1900.) 

*CHARLES CRANDALL MAXFIELD, b. Hannawa Falls, N. Y., 
Apr. 3, 1860; student, S. N. S., Potsdam, 1878; S. N. S., Ypsilanti, 
Mich., 1881; student, Woodstock C. 1882; student, Toronto U. 1884; 
Toronto Bapt. C. 1885-88; R. T. S. 1889; ord. Hilton, N. Y., Nov. 15, 
1889; p. Hilton, Sep. 1889-Nov. 92; Binghamton, Dec. 1892-Sep. 96; 
Oneida, Sep. 1896-1902; evangelistic work in Conn, and New York, 
1902-06; d. Springfield, Mass., Jan. 9, 1907. 

CHARLES ALBERT PARKER, b. Ludlow, Me., Jan. 8, 1859; B. U. 
1886; N. T. I. 1886-87; R. T. S. 1889; ord. Houlton, Me., July 26, 
1889; p. Lake City, Col., Dec. 1889-Dec. 93; graduate student, H. U. 
1894-95; supply, Carver, Mass., Dec. 1893-Dec. 94; p. Calvary ch., 
Quincy, Feb. 1895-Sep. 98; Los Gatos, Cal., Sep. 1899-Nov. 1900; 
Immanuel ch., San Jose, Cal., Sep. 1901-May 03; invalid, 1903-05; 
p. First ch., Redwood City, Cal., Jan. 1906-. 

Address, Redwood City, Calif. 
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GEORGE WHEATON TAFT, b. Salem, IMich., July 17, 1865; Kal. 
C. 1886; R. T. S. 1889; ord. Kalamazoo, Mich., June 13, 1889; 
miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, Tokyo, Japan, 1889-96; Kobe, 1896-97; 
returned Apr. 1897; field worker, A. B. F. M. Soc. in U. S. 1897- 
1902; p. First ch., Oakmont, Pa., Sep. 1902-Jan. 05; Homewood ch., 
Pittsburg, Pa., Jan., 1905-. instructor, Japanese Bapt. T. S., 1893-94; 
prof. Church History and History of Christian Doctrine, ib., 1894-96; 
editor, Japanese version of How Christ Came to Church; also of Uhl- 
horn's Conflict of Heathenism and Christianity. 

.•\ddrcss, 523 Rosedalc St., Pittsburg, Pa. 

EDWARD ARTHUR TUCK, b. Alilford, N. H., Feb. 6, 1860; Am. 
C 1885; B. U. T. S. 1886-87; N. T. I. Sep.-Dec. 1887; R. T. S. 1889; 
miss. Newburgh, N. Y., 1889-91 ; ord. Newburg, N. Y., Nov. 10, 1891 ; 
p. People's ch., Newburg, Nov. 1891-Nov. 96; Summer St. ch., Nan- 
tucket. Mass., Nov. 1896-Dec. 97; The People's ch., Nantucket, Dec. 
1897-June 99; engaged in evangelistic work, July 1899-1900; Otisfield, 
Me., Cong, ch., 1901-03; miss, to lumbermen, 1904; N. H. State miss., 
1905; p. W. Stewartson, N. H., 1906-07; West ch.. Concord, 1908-. 

Address, 518 N. State St., Concord, N. H. 

WILLIAM WARD WEST, b. Hartford, Conn., July 11, 1858; U. R. 
18^-86: Hartford T. S. 1886-88; R. T. S. 1889; ord. Pittsburg, Pa., 
July 1, 1889; assistant p. Fourth Ave. ch., Pittsburg, June 1889-Feb. 
90; p. Oakland ch., Pittsburg, Feb. 1890-Dec. 1900; Erie Ave ch., 
Williamsport, Pa., Dec. 1900-Sep. 04; First ch., Greensburg, Pa., Sep. 
1904-. pres., Penn. State B. Y. P. U., 1898. 

Address, 216 Vannear Ave., Greensburg, Pa 

GRADUATES ENGLISH COURSE 

ALDEN MERTON HENDRICK, b. Greenfield, C, Nov. 24, 1862; 
Bu. U. 1882-86; R. T. S. 1886-89; ord. Towanda, Pa., Oct. 3, 1889; p. 
Towanda, Oct. 1889-Dec. 91 ; Tunkhannock, Dec. 1891-Dec. 92 ; Valley 
Falls, N. Y., Dec. 1892-95; First ch., Zanesville. O.. 1895^8; Greece, 
N. Y., Aug. 1898-. Address, 140 Little Ridge, Barnard, N. Y. 

ALFRED WILLIAM HURFORD HODDER, b. Philadelphia, Pa., 
Mar. 18, 1858; Bu. U. part, course; ord. Mansfield, Pa., May 12, 1885; p. 
Mansfield, 1885-86 ; R. T. S. 1886-89 ; p. Easton, Pa., 1889-92 ; Sixteenth 
St. ch.. New York, N. Y., 1892-1903; Ch. of the Redeemer, Flat- 
bush, Brooklyn, 1903-. moderator of Ministers' Conference, New York 
City ; pres. of United Societies of C. E. of New York and The Bronx. 
.\ddress, 795 Ocean Ave., Brooklyn, New York. 

CHARLES HENRY MOXIE, b. London, England, Jan. 22, 1856; 
Colg. Acad., 1880-81; ord. Bradford, N. Y., Mar. 17, 1886; R. T. S. 

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1887-89; p. Canaseraga, N. Y. ; St. Paul Park, Minn., Oct. 1889-Feb. 
90; Oehvein, la., six months, Chenoa, 111., June 1891-Jan. 92; Hum- 
boldt, la., Apr. 1892-Nov. 93 ; Hawarden, la., Jan. 1894-Mar. 95 ; River 
Falls, Wis., Jan. 1896-Mar. 97; joined the Congregationalists. 

SAMUEL MILTON NEV\^LAND, b. Amity, N. Y., June 7, 1849; 
Phelps Union and Classical school ; ord. Gypsum, N. Y., Dec. 2, 1886 ; 
p. Second Phelps ch.. Gypsum, N. Y., Dec. 2, 1886; p. Second Phelps 
ch.. Gypsum, 1886-89; R. T. S. 1887-89; p. Clifton Springs, 1888-92; 
Seneca Falls, 1892-1909; Newark Valley, Mar.. 1909-. 

Address, Newark Valley, N. Y. 

AMER ALANSON REED, b. Murray, N. Y., Dec. 22, 1851; ord. 
Farmersville, N. Y., Nov. 4, 1886; p. Portageville, July 1887-May 88; 
R. T. S. 1887-89; supply. E. Henrietta, Sep. 1888-Apr. 89; p. Benning- 
ton, May 1889-Aug. 91; S. Hannibal, Aug. 1891-Dec. 93; Sloansville, 
Jan. 1894-Feb. 98 ; Richmondville ch. and Seward Valley ch., Feb. 1898- 
Nov. 99; Warren ch., Jordanville, Dec. 1899-Aug. 1902; Findley Lake, 
Sep. 1902-Sep. 06; Darien, Oct. 1906-Sep. 08; Bethany, Oct. 1908-. 

Address, R. F. D., Linden, N. Y. 

=i=WILLIAM THOMAS TAYLOR, b. Rochester, N. Y., Apr. 20, 1847; 
R. T. S. 1886-89; ord. Richburg, N. Y., Mar. 27, 1890; p. Throopsville, 
Apr. 1890-Sep. 91; Hinsdale, Sep. 1891-Sep. 92; Clifton, Sep. 1892- 
Nov. 95 ; W. Henrietta, Nov. 1895-1901 ; Hinsdale, 1901-04 ; Gaines and 
Murray, 1904-05; d. Rochester, N. Y., Aug. 1, 1905. 

FRANK EDWARD WARNER, b. North Hartland, N. Y., Aug. 20, 
1858; S. N. S. Geneseo and Brockport, N. Y. ; R. T. S. 1887-89; miss. 
M. E. Missionary Soc, Rangoon, Burma, 1889-91 ; ord. to the Bapt. 
ministry, Rangoon, May 30, 1891 ; returned to America, 1891 ; secy., 
Y. M. C. A., Batavia, N. Y., Feb. 1892-Jan. 93 ; p. North Hector, June 
1893-Aug. 97 ; Yates, Aug. 1897-Jan. 99 ; Webster, Jan. 1899-Jan. 1901 ; 
supt. Rescue Miss., Auburn, Jan. 1901-June 04; engaged in mercantile 
pursuits, June 1904-July 07; p. Meridian, Aug. 1907-July 08; supply 
pastor, July 1908- Address, 7 Sumner St., Auburn, N. Y. 

JOSEPH WESTON, b. South Witham, England, Mar. 20, 1859; 
private tutors, and Cook Acad. ; R. T. S. 1887-89 ; ord. Bellefontaine, 
O., June 26, 1889 ; p. Bellefontaine, May 1889-Nov. 91 ; Webster, N. Y., 
Jan. 1892-Dec. 98; Holley, Dec. 1898-Apr. 1905; Manchester, N. Y., 
Apr. 1905-Aug. 08; Niagara St. ch., Rochester, N. Y., Sep. 1908- 

Address, 368 Grand Ave., Rochester, N. Y. 
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SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Arthur Polk Brown, b. Princeton, Ind., Jan. 31, 1866; F. C. 1886; R. 
T. S. 1886-87 ; dismissed to Maclay School of Theology of U. S. 
Calif. Addres.s, 1344 O. St., Fresno, Calif. 

Houstinos Mardiros Daghistalian (formerly Houstinos Mardiros Tor- 
osian), h. Hadjin, Cilicia, June 30, 1860; Aintab C. ; R. T. S. 1886-87, 
one year in the English course ; engaged in mercantile pursuits. 

Address, 2110 Amsterdam Ave., New York, N. Y. 

Henry Frink, b. Preston City, Conn., Aug. 7, 1854; B. U. 1886; N. T. 
I. 1886-87; C. T. S. Sep.-Dec. 1887; R. T. S. Jan.-May 1888; not ord. ; 
farmer, Preston, Conn., 1888-. Address, Preston, Conn. 

William Austin Giboney, b. Vernon Co., Mo., May 10, 1858; W. J. C; 
ord. Tipton. Mo.. Apr. 3, 1881 ; R. T. S. 1887-88, one year in English 
course; p. Tipton, Rolla, Rich Hill, Louisiana, Mo.; Parma, N. Y., 
1887-88; Helena, Batesville, Ark.; evangelist in the Middle West. 1890- 
97; Address, Commerce, Texas. 

William Bernard Hutchinson, b. Great Village, N. S., Jan. 16, 1861; 
Ac. C. 1886; N. T. L 1886-87; Toronto Bapt. C. 1887-88; R. T. S. 
Sep.-Dec. 1888; ord. Quebec, Quebec, Jan. 29, 1899; p. Quebec, Jan.- 
Sep. 1889; dismissed to N. T. L D.D., Ottawa U., 1901. 

Address, Ottawa, Kans. 

Allen Asa Laytcn, b. Sand Creek, Ind., Apr. 12, 1855; F. C. 1886; R. 
T. S. 1886-87; ord. Denver, Col., Nov. 29, 1887; supply, First ch., 
Pueblo, 1887-88; p. First ch.. Las Vegas, N. Mex., 1888-97; Long- 
mont, Col., 1897-99; Delta, May 1899-1903; Pueblo, Col., 1903-06; 
Independence, Kan. 1906-07; Denver, Col., 1907-08; Twin Falls, Idaho, 
1908-09; Denver, Col., 1909- cor. secy, for A. B. F. U. Soc. for N. 
Mex., 1889-99. Address, 846 Sherman Ave., Denver, Col. 

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1890 

GRADUATES 

CHRISTIAN A. CLAUSEN, Class Secretary 

♦JOHN FREMONT AMES, b. DcRuyter, N. Y., May 13, 1858; Colg. 
U. 1886: ord. Genoa, Dec. 9, 1886; p. Genoa. 1886-88; Aub. T. S. 1887- 
88; R. T. S. 1890; p. Madison. S. Dak., 1890-92; Phoenix, Ariz., May- 
July 92; d. as a result of injuries received in an accident. Phoenix, Aug. 
12, 1892. 

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SAMUEL HERSCHELL BOWYER, b. Pisgah, III., Feb. 22. 1863; 
S. C. 1884-88; ord. Pisgah. 111., Aug. 21, 1887; R. T. S. 1890; p. 
Nokomis, 111., May 1890-May 92; Taylorville. May 1892-Jan. 98; 
Decatur, Jan. 1898-6ct. 1909; Central ch., Springfield, Oct. 1909-. D.D., 
S. C, 1904. Address. Springfield, 111. 

CHRISTIAN ALBRECHT CLAUSEN, b. New York, N. Y., Mar. 23, 

1862; U. R. 1886; R. T. S. 1890; ord. Peekskill, N. Y., June 17, 
1890; p. Peekskill, June 1890-May 95; Brockport, May 1895-July 
1900; secy., N. Y. State Bapt. Pastors' Conference, 1894-1902; as- 
sistant p. Second ch., Rochester, N. Y., Aug. 1900-Oct. 01 ; Lancaster, 
N. Y., Nov. 1901-Oct. 02 ; health failed ; engaged in mercantile pur- 
suits, Oct. 1902-. Address, 32 Roosevelt Ave., Binghamton, N. Y. 

WILBUR WILLIS COCHRANE, b. Monmouth, Me., Apr. 16, 1859; 
Cy. C. 1885; ord. W. Sumner, Me.. June 8, 1886; R. T. S. 1890; miss. 

A. B. F. M. Soc, to the Shans, at Shamo, Namkham and Hsipaw, 
Oct. 1890-99 ; returned to America on furlough, 1899 ; returned to 
mission field, stationed Mongnai, Hsipaw, 1901 ; second furlough, 1909. 

Address, Hsipaw, N. Shan States, Burma. 

CHARLES GAULDEN DILWORTH, b. ^^lonticello, Fla., Sep. 25, 
1865; Mer. U. 1887; ord. Eastman, Ga., Sep. 2, 1886; R. T. S. 1890; 
p. Rhinebeck, N. Y.. 1890-94; Painted Post, 1894-98; Athens. Pa.. 
1898-99; Tifton, Ga., Dec. 1899-1906; Augusta, 1906- 

Address, Augusta, Ga. 

JAMES GRANT, b. Grantown, Scotland, Aug. 19, 1861; U. R. 1887, 

B. S.; R. T. S. 1890; ord. Springfield, Mass., June 3, 1890; p. State 
St. ch., Springfield, Nov. 1889-Nov. 92; w. c. Santa Barbara, Cal., Nov. 
1892-May 95; p. Morningside ch.. Pittsfield, Mass.. May 1895-Dec. 
1900; Watertov.n, Dec. 1900-May 05; engaged in mercantile pursuits. 
New Haven, Conn., May 1905-. 

Address, New Haven, Conn. 

CLARENCE ELGINE LAPP, b. Clarence Center. N. Y., July 25, 
1862; U. R. 1887; R. T. S. 1890; ord. Newark, N. J., Dec. 30, 1890; 
p. Fifth ch., Newark, Dec. 1890-Jan. 95 ; Greenwich, N. Y., Feb. 1895- 
Oct. 99: Austin (Chicago) 111., Oct. 1899-Mar. 1905; Flint, Mich., 
JNIar. 1905-1910; Norwood ch., Cincinnati, O.. 1910-. Ph. D. 

Address, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

WILLIAM ELMER LOUCKS, b. Alverton, Pa., Jan. 29. 1863; U. 
R. 1886; R. T. S. 1890: ord. Cincinnati, O., July 1, 1890; p. Walnut 
Hills ch.. Cincinnati, June 1890-June 96; First ch., Toledo, Jan. 1897- 
Apr. 1908; Fourth ch.. Minneapolis. Minn.. Apr. 1908-. 

Address, 1704 Emerson Ave. N.. Minneapolis. ^linn. 
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FRED ELMER MARBLE, b. Honeoye Falls N. Y., June 21, 1861; 
U. R. 1887; R. T. S. 1890; ord. VVallingford, Conn., Sep. 25, 1890; p. 
Wallingford, Aug. 1890-Oct. 97; graduate student, Y. U. 1895-97; 
Univ. of Berlin, 1897^8; p. Brattleboro, Vt., Dec. 1898-1902; North 
Ave., Cambridge, Mass., 1902- pres., Vermont Bapt. State Conv., 1900- 
02. Ph. D., Y. U., 1897. Address, 2 Arlington St., Cambridge, Mass. 

THOMAS MOODY, b. London, England, June 30, 1862; Toronto 
Bapt. C. 1880-88; R. T. S. 1890; ord. Rochester, N. Y., Sep. 9, 1890; 
miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, Irebu, Congo Free State, Southwest Africa, 
1890-94; in America on furlough, 1894-95; Lukunga, Congo Free State, 
1895-1900; returned to Congo, 1901-07; visited the Sudan-Xorthern 
Nigeria, spring of 1907; in America on furlough, 1907-09; returned to 
Africa, 1910-. 
Permanent address in U. S., A. B. F. M. Soc, Ford Bldg., Boston, Mass. 

CORTLAND MYERS, b. Kingston, N. Y., June 3, 1864; U. R. 1887; 
R. T. S. 1890; ord. Syracuse, N. Y., May 1890; p. First ch., Syracuse, 
May 1890-Aug. 93; First ch., Brooklyn, Aug. 1893-Aug. 1909; Fre- 
mont Temple, Boston, Mass., Aug. 1909-. Author, The Best Place on 
Earth; Midnight in a Great City; American Guns; Why Men do Not 
Go to Church; Making a Life; Henry Fielding's Dream; The Lost 
Wedding Ring; The New Evangelism; The Boy Jesus; The Real 
Holy Spirit; The Attractive Church. D.D., Temple C, 1899. 

Address, Tremont Temple, Boston, Mass. 

BENJAMIN OTTO, b. New Haven, Conn., Nov. 7, 1862; U. R. 1887; 
R. T. S. 1890; ord. Milwaukee, Wis., July 22, 1890; p. Second German 
ch., Milwaukee, June 1890-Sep. 94; First ch., Coldwater, Mich., Sep. 
1894-Mar. 97; North ch., Jersey City, N. J., Mar. 1897-Oct. 1906; First 
ch., Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 1906-. Author, Outline Studies of Life of 
Christ. Address, 3008 Linwood Boul., Kansas City, Mo. 

FRANK JOHN PALMER, b. East Aurora, N. Y., Sep. 30, 1855; U. 
R. 1885-87; R. T. S. 1890; ord. Chili Center, N. Y., June 25, 1890; 
p. Chili, 1890-May 97; Lima, May 1897-July 1903; supplied occasion- 
ally, Rochester. N. Y., July-Get. 1903; p. Pittsford. N. Y., Oct. 1903- 
10; Avoca, 1910-. Address, Avoca, N. Y. 

WILLIAM FREDERICK RAASCH, b. Hustisford, Wis., May 30, 
1863; G. D. 1880-83; Colg. Acad., 1884-86; U. R. 1886-87; R. T. S. 
1890; ord. White Rock, S. D., Aug. 27, 1890; p. Edgerton, Wis., Nov. 
1890-Oct. 91; Ontario, Oct. 1891-Aug. 92; farmer, Muscotah, Kan., 
on account of ill-health, Aug. 1892-Feb. 95; p. Silver Lake, Kan., Feb. 
1895-Feb. 96; Parsons, W. Va., Aug. 1896-July 98; w. c. on account 
of ill-health. South Butler, N. Y.. Oct. 1898. (1900) 

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WILLIAM GEORGE WEDEMEYER, b. New York, N. Y., Dec. 12, 
1864; student with Rev. G. W. Samson, D.D., 1883-87; R. T. S. 1890; 
ord. Emmanuel ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., Sep. 18, 1890; p. Washington, Pa., 
June 1890-Oct. 91 ; health failed ; recuperating, San Diego, Cal., and 
Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 1891-Dec. 92; p. First ch., Lakewood, N. J., 
Dec. 1892-. 

Address, 238 First St., Lakewood, N. J. 

GRADUATES ENGLISH COURSE 

DWIGHT PARLEY BROWN, b. Plessis, N. Y., Nov. 22, 1856; ord. 
South Richland, N. Y., Oct. 17, 1883; p. Westerlo, 1884-85; Mt. Morris, 
1886-87; R. T. S. 1887-90; p. Perry, N. Y., 1887-89; evangelist, 1890- 
1900; (1900) 

CYRUS EDWIN CHRISTIAN, b. Salamanca, N. Y., Aug. 4, 1864; 
Colg. Acad, a part of 1886; R. T. S. 1888-90; ord. N. Hector, N. Y., 
June 5, 1890; p. N. Hector, Jan. 1890-Mar. 93; Wolcott, Mar. 1893- 
Jan. 94; Brocton, Feb. 1894-May 97; Horseheads, Nov. 1897-Jan. 
1901; Genesee St. ch., Rochester, Jan. 1901-Mar. 03; First ch., Jean- 
nette. Pa., Mar. 1903-Oct. 07; Horseheads, N. Y., Oct. 1907- 

Address, Horseheads, N. Y. 

ROBERT BENTON STEVENS, Presb., b. Fulton, N. Y., Feb. 20, 
1853 ; Park. C. 1883-84 ; Lake Forest U. Sep.-Nov. 1884 ; R. T. S. 1887- 
90; not ord.; supplied various Presb. and M. E. churches in N. J., 
1891-97; supply, De Grasse, N. Y., 1898-99; North Russell, 1899; 
(1900) 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Jesse Isaac Ayres, b. Russellville, Ky., May 30, 1861; Rich. C. ; teacher, 
Georgetown C, 1882-84; Staunton, Va., 1884-85; R. T. S. Sep.-Dec. 
1887. Address, Jackson, Mo. 

Carl Adolphus Daniel, R. T. S. 1887-88; (for record, vid. G. D., class of 
1888). 

Frank Orville Dickey, b. Three Mile Bay, N. Y., July 16, 1846; Hills- 
dale C. 1879; ord. Free Will Baptist, Adams, Mich., May 5, 1878; p. 
Free Will Bapt. churches. Grand Ledge, Mich. ; Middlesex, N. Y. ; 
Elmira; R. T. S. 1889-90; ord. Baptist, Charlotte, Mich., Sep. 5, 1890; 
p. Charlotte, July 1890-93; Ionia, Oct. 1893-Oct. 96; w. c. Kalamazoo, 
engaged in supplying churches, Oct. 1896-May 98; p. Otsego, May 1898- 
May 1901 ; Angelica, N. Y., May 1901-Aug. 05 ; supplying churches, 
Baltimore, Md., Aug. 1905-. Address, Baltimore, Md. 

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George Hamman, b. Cassel, Germany, Apr. 12, 1864; Bay. U.; ord. 
Belton, Texas, June 12, 1887; R. T. S. Sep.-Dec. 1887; dismissed to 
S. B. T. S. 

Frederick William Charles Meyer, R. T. S. 1887-88; (for record, vid. 
G. D., class of 1888). 

Herbert Slee Morrill, b. Newark, N. J., Aug. 30, 1867; La Gr. C. 1888; 
R. T. S. Sep.-Dec. 1888; evangelist. Address, Aurora, 111. 

♦Horace Baldwin Morrill, b. Newark, N. J., Aug. 30, 1867; La Gr. C. 
1888; R. T. S. Sep.-Dec. 1888; d. Takamah, Neb., Nov. 24, 1902. 

Francis Wayland Reynolds, b. Covington, Pa., Sep. 24, 1861; B. U. 
1886; C. T. S. ; R. T. S. a short time in 1889; 

Address, Wellsboro, Pa. 

Buel R. Smith, b. Yorkshire Center, N. Y., Aug. 24, 1853; R. T. S. 
1887-89. in English course; ord. Yates, N. Y., Dec. 20, 1889; p. Yates, 
1889-Dec. 90 ; Fourth ch., Syracuse, Dec. 1890-Nov. 93 ; Benton Center, 
Nov. 1893-96; Cazenovia Park ch., Buffalo, ]\Iay 1899-Jan. 1900; in 
business, Olean, N. Y., Jan. 1900-. Address, Clean, N. Y. 

George Wharton, b. Noxubee Co., Miss., Dec. 23, 1849; Miss. C. 1873; 
S. B. T. S. 1874-76; ord. Deerbrook, Miss., July 1876; p. Shuqualak, 
Miss., two years ; Corinth, one year ; Waynesville, N. C, six years ; 
Clinton, Miss., two years ; editor, Baptist Record; Western North Caro- 
lina Baptist; R. T. S. 1889-90; prof. Latin and Greek, Miss. C. ; pres., 
Hillman Female C, Clinton, Miss. D.D., Miss. C. 

Address, Clinton, Miss. 
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1891 

GRADUATES 

WALTER R. BETTERIDGE, Class Secretary 

HERBERT AGATE, b. Pittsford, N. Y., Oct. 8, 1864; U. R. 1888; R. 
T. S. 1891 ; ord. Bowling Green, O., Sep. 18, 1891 ; p. Bowling Green, 
1891-July 97; Oliver Street ch., Toledo, Sep. 1897-Nov. 99; Norwalk, 
Nov. 1899-May 1909; Sewickley, Pa., 'Slay 1909-. 

Address, 516 Grimes St., Sewickley, Pa. 

CLARENCE AUGUSTUS BARBOUR, b. Hartford, Conn., Apr. 21, 
1867; B. U. 1888; R. T. S. 1891; ord. Rochester, N. Y., May 15, 1891; 

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p. Lake Ave. ch., Rochester, May 1891-May 1909; international secy., 
Y. M. C. A. of North America, May 1909-. president N. Y. State C. 
E. Society, 1897. D.D., U. R., 1901 and B. U., 1909. 

Address, 151 Saratoga Ave., Rochester, N. Y. 

WALTER ROBERT BETTERIDGE, b. Riga, N. Y., Dec. 16, 1863; 
U. R. 1888; R. T. S. 1891; instructor in Hebrew, R. T. S. 1891-92; ord. 
Rochester, N. Y., June 30, 1892; assistant prof. Hebrew Lang, and 
Literature, R. T. S. 1892-1900; acting prof., ib., 1900-01; Hoyt prof., 
ib., 1901-. student, Universities of Gottingen and BerHn, 1895-96. 
in Europe and Palestine, 1909-10. Librarian, R. T. S. 1901-. D.D., 
U. R., 1906. Address, 18 Sibley Place, Rochester, N. Y. 

HENRY CLARKE, b. St. Cleer, Cornwall, England, Nov. 11, 1859; 
U. R. 1888; R. T. S. 1891; ord. Stonington, Conn., Oct. 1, 1891; p. 
Stonington, Sep. 1891-June 1901; Bristol, June 1901-. 

Address, Bristol, Conn. 

GEORGE DOWNING GOULD, b. New Hudson, N. Y., May 15, 

1859; Alfred U. 1888; R. T. S. 1891; ord. Huntington, Mass., July 
22, 1891; p. Huntington, June 1891-Aug. 96; Calvary ch.. Westerly, 
R. L, Sep. 1896-Aug. 99; supplying Huntington, Mass., Aug. 1899- 
Apr. 1900; p. Rockville, Conn., Apr. 1900-. 

Address, 84 Orchard St., Rockville, Conn. 

CHESLEY HOLMES, b. Harper, Ind., Jan. 24, 1860; F. C. 1888; R. 
T. S. 1891; ord. Dayton, 0., Sep. 29, 1891; p. Dayton, 1891-Mar. 93; 
Winterset, la.. Mar. 1893-Sep. 96; Letts, Ind., Sep. 1896-Sep. 97; Big 
Cedar ch., near Whitcomb, Apr. 1897-99 ; Dupont, Mar. 1899-Dec. 1901 ; 
Vernon, Oct. 1899-Oct. 1903; teaching Vernon, Sep. 1903-June 06; 
p. Hebron, Sep. 1906-09. Address, Vernon, Ind. 

FREDERICK ROBINSON LEACH, b. Hamburg, N. Y., Feb. 14, 
1864; Ham. C. 1888; R. T. S. 1891; ord. St. Paul, Minn., Aug. 4, 
1891; p. St. Paul, July 1891-Sep. 94; Glenwood, la., Oct. 1894-Mar. 
99; Anoka, Minn., Apr. 1899-Jan. 1908; Park Rapids, Apr. 1908- 

Address, Park Rapids, Minn. 

OSCAR LAFAYETTE MARTIN, b. Henry Co., Va., June 21, 1861; 
Rich. C. 1884-88 ; R. T. S. 1891 ; ord. Rochester, N. Y., June 19, 1891 ; 
p. North ch., Rochester, May-Oct. 1891 ; First ch., Anderson, S. C, 
Nov. 1891-Dec. 99; Williamston, and Lebanon chs., Jan. 1903-Apr. 
05; First ch., Dalton, Ga., Apr. 1905-Jan. 07; First ch., Barnesville, 
Ga., Jan. 1907- 

Address, 1 Elm St., Barnesville, Ga. 

JOHN McGUIRE, b. South Bend, Ind., Nov. 11. 1858; U. R. 1888; 
R. T. S. 1891 ; ord. Rochester, N. Y., June 2, 1891 ; miss. A. B. F. M. 

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Soc, Mandalay, Upper Rurma, 1891-98; Rangoon, Burma, 1898-1907; 
acting pres., Burman T. S., Insein, 1907-08; pres., ib., 1909-. Chairman, 
Burman Bible Revision Committee; member Burman Committee of Ref- 
erence. Author, Burmese translation, Vedder's Dawn of Christianity. 

Address, Seminary Hill, Insein, Burma. 

WILFRED JOHN HEADER, b. Augusta, Me., Oct. 10, 1859; Cy. C. 
1888; R. 1". S. 1891; ord. Dunkirk, N. Y., Dec. 29, 1891; p. Dunkirk, 
1891-1900; Cliftondale, Mass., 1900-02; Ayer, 1902-05; w. c. Revere, 
1905-08 ; mercantile pursuits, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1908-. 

Address, 1341 72nd St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

LEWIS ALFRED MITCHELL, b. Stockton, N. Y., May 25, 1858; 
Marion Coll. Inst., 1886; U. R. 1886-88; R. T. S. 1891; ord. Beatrice, 
Neb., Oct. 8, 1891; p. Beatrice, Sep. 1891-Dec. 92; w. c. Rhinebeck, 
N. Y., Jan.-Dec. 1893; p. Niagara Falls, Dec. 1893-July 97; in business, 
Niagara Falls, July 1897-Feb. 99; p. Rhinebeck, Feb. 1899-June 1906; 
Camden, S. C, July 1906-09; w. c. Rhinebeck, N. Y., 1909-. 

Address, Rhinebeck, N. Y. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON PORTER, b. Andrew Co., Mo., Apr. 24, 
1859; La Gr. C. 1888; ord. Barnard, Mo., Aug. 31, 1885; R. T. S. 1891, 
omitted Hebrew; p. Bedford, la., 1891-92; Glenwood, 1892-94; Rich 
Hill, Mo., 1894-96; Owingsvill, Ky., 1896-98; educational work, Cald- 
well. Kan., 1898-1900; Blackwell, Okla., 1900-03; p. Brannon, 1903-05; 
Tonkawa, 1905-07; Sabetha, 1907-. Ph.D.. S. C. 

Address, Sabetha, Kan. 

GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS SCHNEIDER, b. New York, N. Y., Oct. 
10, 1864; G. D. 1882-84; U. R. 1888; R. T. S. 1891; ord. Denver, Col., 
Aug. 7, 1891; p. First German ch., Denver, June 1891-May 93; First 
German ch.. Erie. Pa., May 1893-Oct. 1905 ; First German ch., Bufifalo, 
N. Y.. Oct. 1905-Jan. 08; instructor in the G. D., R. T. S., Jan. OS- 
Address, 246 Alexander St., Rochester, N. Y. 

JOHN JERSEY WILLIAMS, b. Carmarthenshire, Wales, Sep. 7. 
1863; Haverfordwest C, Wales, 1885; ord. Camrose, South Wales, Oct. 
14, 1885 ; R. T. S. 1891 ; p. Lyell Ave. ch., Rochester, N. Y., May 1890- 
Aug. 92; Plattsmouth, Neb.. Sep. 1892-Mar. 94; Syracuse, Apr. 1894- 
Jan. 98; Brock, Jan. 1898-May 1900; Claremont, Ont., Nov. 1900-Mar. 
03; Coaticook, Que., Mar. 1903-Dcc. 06; Newport, Vt., Dec. 1906-. 

Address, 14 Third St., Newport, Vermont. 

GRADUATES ENGLISH COURSE 

JAMES BODWELL CODY, b. W. Zorra. Ont., June 9. 1855; R. T. S. 
1889-91 ; ord. Gorham, N. Y., June 5, 1891 : p. Gorham, 1891-92; Genoa, 
1892-93; Meridian. 1893-95; united with Troy Presbytery, 1896. 

Address, Bethany, Pa. 
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JOHN ROY EGAN, b. Detroit, Mich., Feb. 11, 1857; S. N. S., Brock- 
port, N. Y., 1881-82 ; R. T. S. 1888-91 ; ord. Lebanon Springs, N. Y., 
Sep. 10, 1891 ; p. Lebanon Springs, 1891-92 ; Herrick Centre and Elk- 
dale, 1893-95; Forest City, Pa., 1895-96; w. c. Forest City, 1896-97; p. 
Hale Eddy, 1897-98 ; Essex, N. Y., 1899-1902 ; Taburg, 1902-04 ; evange- 
listic work, 1905 ; p. Blodgett Mills, 1906-08 ; Stephentown, 1909-. 

Address, Stephentown, N. Y. 

FREDERICK HENRY GATES, b. Jacksonville, N. Y., July 15, 1857; 
Watkins Acad., 1871-74; medical student, 1875-76; ord. Etna, N. Y., 
May 23, 1877; p. Etna, 1877-78; McLean, Apr. 1878-Apr. 80; Truxton, 
May 1880-May 81; Genoa, June 1881-June 83; Smethport, Pa., July 
1883-June 86; Macedon, N. Y., July 1886-Sep. 91; R. T. S. 1889-91; 
p. Saugerties, N. Y., Oct. 1891-Apr. 98; Winsted, Conn., May 1898- 
May 1901; Horseheads, N. Y., May 1901-Dec. 04; Three Mile Bay, 
Dec. 1904-Sept. 06 ; special evangelistic and missionary work, Sept. 1906- 
Apr. 09; p. Truxton, N. Y., Apr. 1, 1909-10. Address, Truxton, N. Y. 

GEORGE FREDERICK NEWHALL, b. South Danvers, Mass., 
Mar. 13, 1848 ; R. T. S. 1888-91 ; ord. Westerly, R. L, June 4, 1891 ; p. 
Calvary ch.. Westerly, June 1891-July 93; associate p. State St. ch., 
Springfield, Mass., Aug. 1893-Mar. 95; w. c. Springfield, Apr. 1895- 
May 98; associate p. First ch., North Adams, June 1898-May 1900; p. 
First ch., Stamford, Vt., July 1900-Apr. 08; First ch., Oak Bluffs, 
Mass., Apr. 1908-. Address, 6 Pocasset Ave., Oak Bluffs, Mass. 

RICHARD AUGUST SCHMIDT, b. Prenzlau, Brandenburg, Prussia, 
Mar. 16, 1865; R. T. S., G. D. 1884-89; R. T. S. 1891; ord. Hanover, 
Ont., Feb. 1892; p. Hanover, 1891-97; Muscatine, la., 1897-1906; 
Allegeny, Pa., 1906-. Address, 3403 East St., N. S., Pittsburg, Pa. 

GEORGE WILLIAM STRUTT, b. Alderney. Channell Is., England, 
Mar. 31, 1856; R. T. S. 1884-85; ord. Portageville, N. Y., May 23, 1884; 
p. Portageville, May 1884-Aug. 86; La Grange, Aug. 1886-July 90; R. T. 
S. 1890-91 ; p. Havana, July 1891-July 95 ; teacher of Biblical Literature, 
Cook Acad., 1892-95; p. Clyde, Oct. 1896-Oct. 98; South Side mission, 
Buffalo, Jan. 1899-Apr. 1900; Salamanca, April 1900-Sept. 08; invalid, 
retired, ib., 1908-. Address, Salamanca, N. Y. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

William Henry Baylor, b. Princess Anne Co., Va., Oct. 25, 1865; Rich. 
C. 1884-88; R. T. S. 1888-89; dismissed to S. B. T. S. 

Address, 1311 N. Caroline St., Baltimore, Md. 

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William Andrew McComb, b. McDonald's Mill, Miss., Nov. 8, 1860; 
Miss. C. 1888; ord. Eustabonchie. Miss., Aug. 1886; S. B. T. S. 1888- 
89; R. T. S. 1889-90; dismissed to B. U. T. S. 

Address, Clinton, Miss. 

♦Edward Flitcroft Roberts, b. Manchester, England, Jan. 1, 1855; U. 
R. 18<S<S; R. '!'. S. 188.S-90; ord. Columbus, O., June 18, 1891; p. Tenth 
Ave. ch., Columbus, 1890-Apr. 92; Harriman, Tenn., Apr. 1892-Nov. 
93, in business and pulpit supply, Rochester, N. Y., Nov. 1893-Oct. 94; 
d. Washington. D. C, Oct. 20, 1894. 

James Hovey Spencer, b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Feb. 17, 1860; B. U. 1882; 
teaching, Greenwich Acad. ; in business. New York, N. Y. ; R. T. S. 
parts of years 1887-88 and 1888-89; ord. Boulder, Montana, June 29, 
1890; p. Boulder, Aug. 1889-Aug. 90; Pageville, Aug. 1890-Nov. 91; 
Dillon, Nov. 1891-May 93; Butte, Aug. 1893-Apr. 96; Anaconda, May 
1896-Oct. 97; First ch., North Adams, Mass., Dec. 1897-. Author, 
The Missionary Idea. Address, North Adams, Mass. 

*Edgar Eugene Stewart, b. Van Wirt, O., Nov. 9, 1859; F. C. 1888; 
ord. Walesboro, Ind., Mar. 24, 1885; R. T. S. 1888-89; p. Mendon, 
N. Y., 1888-89; killed in a railway accident, near Buffalo, Mar. 6, 1890. 

Benjamin Wilson Wiseman, b. Farmington, N. C, Oct. 11, 1858; S. C 
1888; ord. Fidelity, III, Aug. 31, 1886; p. Fidelity, 1886-87; Lebanon, 
1887-88; R. T. S. Sep.-Dec. 1888; pastorates Mo. and 111., 1889-. Fi- 
nancial secy.. Kansas City Bapt. T. S. and of Gr. Island C. 1896-. Ph. 
D., S. C. 1896; D.D., Ottawa U. (Kan.) 1900. 

Address, Roodhouse, 111. 
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1892 

GRADUATES 

HENRY P. KLYVER, Class Secretary 

JOSEPH MAXWELL ASHTON, b. Hopewell, N. J., Oct. 17, 1858; 
Bu. U. 1889; R. T. S. 1892; ord. Adams Centre, N. Y., Feb. 28, 1893; 
p. Adams Centre, Nov. 1892-June 94; Cramer Hill, N. J., June 1894- 
Dec. 96; Chester, Vt., Jan. 1897-Apr. 99; Collingswood, N. J., May 
1899-1905; teaching. New York, 1905-. Author, tract, Is It Nothing to 
You? Address, 5 W. 125th St., New York, N. Y. 

*WILLIS HOMER BROOKS, b. Triangle, N. Y., Sep. 12, 1864; U. 
R. 1889; R. T. S. 1892; ord. Watkins, N. Y., May 6, 1892; p. Bozeman, 

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Mont., June 1892-93 ; Dillon, June 1893-Dec. 95 ; Belleville, N. Y., Jan. 
1896-Oct., 1904; assisted Rev. C. W. Brooks in missionary and evange- 
listic work in vi'estern N. Y., Oct. 1904-June 07. Editor, Montana 
Baptist Record, Oct. 1892-Oct. 1895; d. Rochester, N. Y., July 20, 1907. 

JOSEPH WILLIAM CLEVENGER, b. Center Square, Ind., Oct. 
31, 1861; ord. Washington, Ind., Oct. 31, 1886; F. C. 1889, B. S. ; 
R. T. S. 1892; p. Bloomington, Ind., June 1892-Oct. 94; Marinette, 
Wis., Oct. 1894-Dec. 95; Seymour, Ind., Jan. 1896-Oct. 1902; Marion, 
Ind., 1902-07; supply Kokomo, 1908; p. Red Oak, la., Sept. 1908-. 
state evangelist, S. D., 1907; president S. S. Board, Ind. Bapt. Conv., 
1886-1903. Author, Jesus' Estimate of His Ozvn Death; Jesus' Esti- 
mate of His Ozvn Sonship ; Jesus' Estimate of Sin and Satan; Calvinism 
and Civil Liberty; Church and State in New England; A Baptist Cen- 
tury in Indiana. Address, Red Oak, la. 

HENRY THURSTON CRANE, b. Cincinnati, O., Sep. 26, 1860; 
Lane T. S.. 1890-91 ; R. T. S. 1892 ; ord. Aliddletown, O., Sep. 1892 ; 
p. Middleton, 1892-99; First ch., Cincinnati, 1899-Nov. 1907; gen. 
secy., Cincinnati Bapt. Church Union, Nov. 1907-. 

Address, 2427 Auburn Ave., Cincinnati, O. 

THOMAS PARKER DUDLEY, b. Waco, Ky., Feb. 5, 1866; G. C. 
1889; R. T. S. 1892; ord. Waco, Ky., June 1892; miss. A. B. F. M. 
Soc, Hanamakonda, India, Oct. 1892-May 93 ; p. Madras ch., Madras, 
India, June 1893-Apr. 99; p. Knowlesville, N. Y., 1900-02; Central ch., 
Chicago, 111., 1902-04; in business and supplying, 1904-. associate editor, 
Baptist Missionary Review, Madras, India, 1896-99. 

Address, 134 Monroe St., Chicago, 111. 

GEORGE JOHN GEIS, b. Hockenheim, Baden, Germany, Apr. 1, 1865; 
G. D. 1887; U. R. ; R. T. S. 1892; ord. Rochester, N. Y., June 16, 1892; 
miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, Bhamo, Burma. 1892-93; Myitkyina, Dec. 1893- 
Nov. 96 ; in America on furlough to June, 1897 ; Myitkyina, Aug. 
1897-Feb. 1907 ; in America on furlough to Oct. 1908 ; Myitkyina, Nov. 
1908-. Address, Myitkyina, Burma. 

MOCKETT CRAMP HIGGINS, b. Wolfville, N. S., Feb. 4, 1867; 
Ac. C. 1889; R. T. S. 1892; ord. St. Clair, Mich., Dec. 6, 1892; p. St. 
Clair, Oct. 1892-Oct. 93 ; North River, Prince Edward's Is., Oct. 1893- 
97; St. John, West, New Brunswick, Feb 1898-May, 1900; Summer- 
ville, N. S., May 1900-Apr. 05 ; Goldboro, Apr. 1905-Oct. 07 ; Waterville, 
1907-10. Address, Waterville, Kings Co., N. S. 

*ADONIRAM JUDSON KEMPTON, b. Margaree, Cape Breton, N. 
S., Dec. 31, 1866; Ac. C 1889; R. T. S. 1892; ord. St. John, New Bruns- 
wick, June 1892; p. Carleton ch., St. John, June 1893-Oct. 94; First 

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ch., Madison, Wis., Oct. 1894-Jan. 1899; First ch., Mt. Carroll, 111., 
Jan. 1899-1903; ^luscatinc, la., 1903-08; d. Madison, Wis., Aug. 30, 
1908. 

HENRY PETER KLYVER, b. Vcillc, Denmark, Oct. 26, 1860; O. C. 
1889; R. T. S. 1892; ord. Syracuse, N. Y., June 30, 1892; p. Olivet 
ch., Syracuse, May 1892-May 94; First ch., Baldwinsvillc, May 1894- 
July 99; First ch., Lockport, July 1899-Mar. 1904; First ch., Peru, 
Ind., Mar. 1904- D.D., F. C, 1908. 

Address, 185 E. 6th St., Peru, Ind. 

HERMAN LANG, b. Berlin, Ont., Apr. 25, 1867; G. D. 1883-88; U. 
K. 1888-89; R. T. S. 1892; ord. Rochester, N. ¥., June 8, 1892; p. 
Wilder St. ch., Rochester, Aug. 1890-June 94; Sayre, Pa., Sep. 1894- 
1900; Hornell, N. Y., 1900-04; Salem, O., 1905-. Address, Salem, O. 

FREDERICK NIEBUHR, b. Wittingen, Hanover, Germany, Mar. 
24, 1867; G. D. 1888; U. R. 1888-89; R. T. S. 1892; ord. Newark, N. J., 
June 22, 1892; p. First German ch., Newark, May 1892-1904; Town of 
Union, 1904-07; Harlem ch., New York, N. Y., 1907- 

Address, 220 E. 110th St., New York, N. Y. 

ROBERT MORRIS RABB, b. Monticello, S. C, Nov. 6, 1862; Fur. 
U.; S. B. T. S. 1889; ord. Millersburg, Ky., July 1888; p. Millersburg, 
and Flemingsburg. 1888-91; R. T. S. 1892; Eugene, Ore., 1892-93; E. 
Aurora, N. Y., 1894-98; w. c. 1898-99; p. Port Norfolk, Va., 1904-06; 
Oceanview, Va., 1906-. Address, 126 Broad St., Port Norfolk, Va. 

GEORGE DONALDSON ROGERS, b. Toledo, O., Feb. 17, 1862; 
D. U. partial course; R. T. S. 1892; ord. Lawrence, Kan., June 16, 
1892; p. First ch., Lawrence, June 1892-1900; Zanesville, O., 1901-02; 
Pontiac, 111., 1902-03; Highland Park, 1903-06; Washington la., 1906-. 
Author, llic White Cross and other Sermons. 

Address, Washington, low-a. 

JAMES ALEXANDER THOM, b. Glasgow, Scotland, Jan. 7, 1863; 
medical stud., N. Y. C, 1884-89; C. U., 1889-90; Colg. T. S., 1889-90; 
R. T. S. 1892; grad. stud., C. U. C, 1893-94; Clark U., 1905-06; ord. 
New York City, Jan. 4, 1889; p. Hemlock, 1890-91; evan., N. Y. Bap. 
State Conv., 1894-95; p. Clyde, 1895; evan., Rochester, 1896; p. Topeka, 
Kans., 1897-98; evan., Louisville, Ky., 1898; p. Centerville, Mich., 1898- 
01; Alto, Mich., 1902-03; Dansville, Mich., 1904; Tyngsboro, Mass., 
1905-06; Andover, Vt., 1907; Masset, Me., 1907-09; Mt. Stirling Inde^ 
pendent ch., N. Y. C, 1909; med. miss, Stirling Mines, Lakeville, N. 
Y., 1909-Mar. 10; Hermon, Mar. 1910-. lecturer, Univ. Extension 
Dept., Univ. State of N. Y., 1895-96; pres. Miss. Training School, 
Topeka, 1897-98. Address, Hermon, N. Y. 

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GRADUATES ENGLISH COURSE 

EUGENE ANTHONY, b. Macedon. N. Y., Dec. 27, 1867; U. R. 1889- 
90; R. T. S. 1889-92; ord. Naplles, N. Y., Aug. 24, 1892; p. Naples, Feb. 
1892-May 97; occasional preaching and evangelistic work, Naples, May 
1897-Apr. 99; p. Canton, Apr. 1899-Dec. 1902; w. c. ib., 1902-. 

Address, Canton, N. Y. 

*ASA LUTHER FOX, b. Bangor, Mich., Sep. 28, 1847; Kal. C. 1873- 
76; ord. Schoolcraft, Mich.. Nov. 18, 1876; p. Schoolcraft, Nov. 1876- 
Feb. 78; Fitchville, O., Feb.-Oct. 78; Huntington, Oct. 1878-Apr. 81; 
Bedford, Apr. 1881-84; W. Richfield, 1884-May 89; R. T. S. 1889-92; p. 
Potsdam, N. Y., Sep. 1892-Dec. 93 ; d. Potsdam, Dec. 17, 1893. 

*CHARLES LEROY TAYLOR, b. N. Vassalboro, Me., Aug. 22, 1861; 
U. R. 1889-90; R. T. S. 1889-92; ord. Hamburg, N. Y., June 10, 1892; 
p. Hamburg, Apr. 1892-July 97; supply, Vassalboro, Me., Mar. 1898- 
Jan. 99; Canaseraga, N. Y., Feb.-May 99; p. Avoca, May 1899-1901; 
Pavilion, 1901-04; d. Pavilion, N. Y., July 4, 1904. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

William Hiram Barker, b. Moriah, N. Y., Dec. 30, 1866; U. R. 1889-90; 
R. T. S. 1889-91 ; ord. Cumberland, Wis., June 12, 1893 ; p. Cumberland, 
June 1893-Nov. 95; Elizabethtown, N. Y., Nov. 1895-Nov. 1904; Pen- 
field, Nov. 1904-07; Hudson, Wis., 1907-. Address, Hudson, Wis. 

Thomas Jordan Cobb, b. Shannon, N. C, July 30, 1863; W. F. C. two 
years ; U. R. one year ; R. T. S. Sep-Dec. 1889 ; ord. Lumber Bridge, 
N. C, June 1, 1890; p. several chs. in N. C. and Ga. 

Address, Lyons, Georgia. 

Willie C. Gates, b. Spencer, N. Y., Apr. 30, 1864; Cook Acad.; ord. 
East Troupsburg, N. Y., July 1, 1885; p. East Troupsburg, 1885-86; 
Wellsburg, 1886-88; Pittsford, 1888-91; R. T. S. 1889-91; p. Greene, 
1891-94; Hornell, 1894-99; Watervliet, 1899-1901; Wellsville, 1901-03; 
Lockport, 1903-09; Port Jervis, 1909-. 

Address, 15 Catherine St., Port Jervis, N. Y. 

George Perry Holcomb, b. Manchester, N. Y., Aug. 24, 1862; U. R. 
1889; R. T. S. 1889-91; dismissed to Divinity School, U. C. 

Address, 1567 S. Pearl St., Denver, Colo. 

John Clarence Newman, b. Edgefield, S. C, Mar. 26, 1862; U. R. 1883; 
R. T. S. 1889-90; ord. South Alabama, N. Y., Jan. 2, 1890; p. South 

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Alabama, 1889-90; Tallapoosa. Ga., 1891-92; Palatka, Fla, 1892-93; 
Gainesville, 1893-94; Milledgevillc. Ga, 1894-95; Atlanta, 1899-1903; 
C. T. S. 1903; Address, Freehold, N. J. 

Henry Topping, b. Delton, Wis., July 26, 1857; R. T. S. 1888-91; 
dismissed to B. U. T. S. Address, Morioka, Japan. 

23-*4 

1893 

GRADUATES 

ALONZO R. STARK, Class Secretary 

CHARLES LANE BONHAM, b. Caton, N. Y., Feb. 24, 1861; U. 
R. 1886; ord Belfast, N. Y., 1889; p. Belfast, July 1889-Sep. 91; R. T. 
S. 1893; p. East Rochester mission, Rochester, Sep. 1891-92; McMinn- 
ville. Ore., June 1893-June 94; miss. Bapt. Miss. Convention of N. Y., 
July 1894-Oct. 96; p. Barrington, N. Y., Oct. 1896-June 98; Water- 
loo, 1898-Nov. 99; miss. N. Y. State Conv., Jan. 1900-09; excluded 
by Waterloo ch., Feb. 3, 1909. 

CHARLES SUMNER BROWN, b. Lorraine, N. Y., Apr. 4, 1866; 
U. R. 1890; R. T. S. 1893; ord. Iowa City, la., June 21, 1893; p. Iowa 
City, 1893-1901 ; Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, O., 1901-. 

Address, 2526 Bell Place, Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

HENRY CRETE GLEISS, b. Greenvine, Texas, Mar. 12, 1870; Bay. 
U. 1890, Ph. B. ; G. D. 1890-93; R. T. S. 1893; ord. Houston, Texas, 
Sep. 10, 1893; p. German ch., Houston, June 1893-Apr. 97; miss, p, 
Dallas, and among the Germans of Northern Texas, May 1897-Oct. 98 ; 
p. First German ch., Pittsburg, Pa., Nov. 1898-Dec. 1906; cor. and 
financial secy., Pittsburg Bapt. Association, Jan. 1907-. cor. secy., 
German Bapt. Orphans Home, 1905- 

Address, 1726 Concord Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. 

THOMAS DEARLOVE HOLMES, b. Gloversville, N. Y., Apr. 26, 
1860 ; U. R. 1890 ; R. T. S. 1893 ; ord. Rochester, N. Y., Aug. 22, 1893 ; 
miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, Kinhwa, China, 1893-. on furlough, U. S., 1909- 
10. Address in U. S., A. B. F. M. Soc, Ford Bldg., Boston, ]Mass. 

FRANCIS MARION HUNGATE, b. Tekamah, Neb., Mar. 23, 1862; 
Colg. U. 1885-89; R. T. S. 1893; ord. Cleveland, O., Oct. 31, 1894; miss, 
p. First ch., Cleveland, May 1894-Aug. 95; p. Tenth Ave. ch., Co- 
lumbus, Aug. 1895-May 99; Painesville. Sep. 1899-1902; deposed by 
church, 1902; farmer, 1902-. Author, The Sure Word. 

Address, Stoneville, O. 
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HERBERT SPENCER JOHNSON, b. McMinnville, Oregon, Oct. 
4, 1866 ; U. O. 1887 ; H. U. 1891 ; R. T. S. 1893 ; ord. Pittsfield, Mass., 
May 19, 1893; p. First ch., Pittsfield, May 1893-Sep. 99; Warren Ave. 
ch., Boston, Sep. 1899-. Lecturer, Congo Reform Association. 

Address, 69 Bay State Road, Boston, Mass. 

HENRY WYSE JONES, b. Marion, Va., Dec. 16, 1859; Rich. C; 
R. T. S. 1893 ; ord. Geneseo, N. Y., May 16, 1893 ; p. Geneseo, May 1893- 
May 96; Canandaigua, June 1896-June 1901; Cedar St. Buffalo, N. Y. 
June 1901-Sep. 04; State Evangelist for Oregon, Oct. 1904-07; Gen- 
eral Evangelist for Pacific Coast District, A. B. H. M. Soc, Oct. 1908-. 
Author, The Baptismal Souvenir. Address, McMinnville, Oregon. 

CHARLES WAYLAND LISK, b. Rockford, 111., Mar. 20, 1868; B. 
U. 1890; S. B. T. S. 1890-92; R. T. S. 1893; ord. Luverne, Minn., Sep. 
14, 1893; p. Luverne, 1893-95; Ithaca, Mich., 1895-96; Princeton, N. 
J., 1896-97; occasional supply, Alleghany, Pa., 1897-98; p. Sunbury, 
Ohio, 1898-1900 ; editor. Christian Herald, Detroit, Mich., 1900-05 ; mer- 
cantile pursuit, 1905-. Address, 115 Webb Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

ALONZO ROSECRANS STARK, b. Pimento, Ind., May 8, 1866; 
F. C. 1890; R. T. S. 1893; ord. Shelbyville, Ind., June 22, 1893; p. 
Shelbyvilie, May 1893-Mar. 97; Kingsville, O., Jan. 1899-Feb. 1901; 
Oakland ch., Pittsburg, Pa., Feb. 1901-Apr. 07; Elizaville, Ind., Oct. 
1907-. graduate student U. C, Oct. 1907- 

Address, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

JOHN HENRY STRONG, b. Cleveland, O., Dec. 7, 1866; U. R. 1889; 
Y. U. 1890; R. T. S. 1893; ord. Cincinnati, O., Mar. 28, 1894; p. Mt. 
Auburn ch., Cincinnati, Mar. 1894-Mar. 96; First ch.. New Britain, 
Conn., May 1897-Oct. 1903 ; at U. of Berlin and U. of Marburg in New 
Testament studies, 1903-04; associate prof. New Testament Interpre- 
tation, R. T. S., 1904-. 

Address, 287 Westminster Road, Rochester, N. Y. 

FRANCIS AUGUSTINE JOSEPH WALDRON, b. Springfield, 111.. 
Sep. 17, 1862; U. R. 1889; R. T. S. 1893; not ord.; prof. Latin, Alfred 
U., 1893-96 ; teacher, private school, Rochester, 1896-1903 ; mercantile 
pursuits, ibid., 1903-. Address, 24 Hertel St., Rochester, N. Y. 

WILLIAM BORDMAN WALLACE, b. Granville, N. S., Oct. 21, 
1867; Ac. C. 1890; R. T. S. 1893; ord. Oswego, N. Y., June 28, 1893; 
p. Oswego, June 1893-Mar. 96; Utica, Apr. 1896-Nov. 1907; East End, 
Cleveland, O., Nov. 1907- D.D., Colg. U., 1907. 

Address, 2190 E. 93rd St., Cleveland, Ohio. 

WILLIAM ATKINSON WALLING, b. New York City, N. Y., Apr. 
25, 1867 ; U. R. 1890 ; R. T. S. 1893 ; ord. Lower Dublin ch., Bustleton, 

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Philadelphia, Pa., Sep. 21, 1893; p. Lower Dublin ch., Bustleton, Phila- 
delphia, July 1893-May 94; Delaware Ave. ch., Wilmington, Del., 
May 1894-Jan. 99; supply, Delaware Ave. ch., Wilmington, Jan.-Apr. 
1899; law student and lawyer, New York, N. Y., 1899-. 

Address, 26 Cortlandt St., New York, N. Y. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Olin Howard Eurritt, Free Methodist, b. W. Sweden, N. Y., Nov. 9, 
1867; U. R. 1890; R. T. S. 1890-91; not ord. ; teaching, 1891- 

Address, 63rd St. & Malvern Ave., (Overbrook), Philadelphia, Pa. 

Ryland Morris Kendrick, b. Rochester, N. Y., Feb. 12. 1867; U. R. 
1889; Y. U. 1890; special student. R. T. S. 1890-91; instructor in Greek, 
U. R. 1891-94; student. University of Berlin and in Athens, 1894-96; 
instructor in Greek, U. R. 1896-99; Munro prof, of Greek, ib., 1899-. 

Address, Irondequoit, N. Y. 

James Bale Merman, b. Ilfracombc, England. July 7, 1862; U. R. 1890; 
special student, R. T. S. 1890-91; graduate student, U. R. 1891-92; not 
ord.; mercantile pursuits, Rochester, 1892-1903; organized Chevy Chase 
Bapt. ch., (Montgomery Co.. Md.), 1905; acting p., ibid., May-July 1908; 
on staff, "Experiment Station Record," U. S., Dept. of Agriculture, 
Washington, D. C, 1903-. Address, Kensington, Md. 

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1894 

GRADUATES 

TILESTON F. CHAMBERS, Class Secretary 

JAMES WHITCOMB BROUGHER, b. Vernon, Ind., Jan. 7, 1870; 
California C. 1891; R. T. S. 1894; ord. Paterson, N. J., June 28, 1894; 
p. First ch., Paterson, June 1894-Oct. 99; First ch., Chattanooga, Tenn., 
Nov. 1899-Jan. 1904; The White Temple, Portland, Ore., Feb. 1904-10; 
Tabernacle, Los Angeles, Calif., 1910-. D.D., Carson and Newman C. 
1900. Address, Los Angeles, Calif. 

MARCUS JULIAN BROWN, b. North Adams, Mass., Sep. 22, 1868; 
Wms. C. 1891; R. T. S. 1891-92; U. C. 1892-93; R. T. S. 1894; ord. 
Delevan, N. Y., June 15, 1894; p. Delevan, June 1894-Mar. 97; Skane- 
ateles. Mar. 1897-1900; Brockport, 1901-02; W. Winfield, 1902-03; 
Stillman Valley, 111., 1903-04, Norwood Park; 

Address, Norwood Park, 111. 
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JOHN LEWIS CANN, b. Elizabethtown, Ky., Oct. 18, 1866; G. C. 
1891; R. T. S. 1894; ord. Potsdam, N. Y., Sep. 20, 1894; p. Potsdam, 
Aug. 1894-Apr. 1907 ; Three Rivers, Mich., Apr. 1907-Apr. 09 ; Palmyra, 
April 1909-. Address, 25 Jackson St., Palmyra, N. Y. 

TILESTON FRACKER CHAMBERS, b. Zanesville, O., Dec. 28, 
1869; P. C. 1890; R. T. S. 1894; ord. Saratoga Springs, N. Y., May 31, 
1894; p. First ch., Saratoga Springs, June 1894-May 1910; First ch., 
Columbus, O., May 1910-. Address, Columbus, O. 

EDWARD RICHARD CLEVENGER, b. Center Square, Ind., Aug. 
13, 1864; F. C. 1891; R. T. S. 1894; ord. Ripon, Wis., June 27, 1894; 
p. Ripon, June 1894-Feb. 96; Tabernacle ch., Terre Haute, Ind., Mar. 
1896-Nov. 97; W. Lafayette, Nov. 1897-Dec. 98; Rochester, Dec. 1898- 
July 1901; Mitchell, July 1901-Oct. 04; Greenville, Ohio, Oct. 1904-Sept. 
05; Delphi, Ind., Sep. 1905-Jan. 08; secy, of F. C, Feb.-Sep. 1908; p. 
Greenville, 111., Sep. 1908-Oct. 09; Hamilton, Mont., Nov. 1909-. 

Address, Hamilton, Montana. 

CHRISTIAN DIPPEL, b. Spangenberg, Hesse, July 2, 1864; G. D. 
1891; U. R. 1890-91; R. T. S. 1894; ord. Chicago, III, June 13, 1894; 
p. Second German ch., Chicago, June 1894-June 1909 ; p. Second German 
ch., of Dayton, O. June 1909- Address, 38 High St., Dayton, O. 

ROBERT ELDER, b. New York, N. Y., Aug. 1, 1870; College of City 
of New York, 1891; U. T. S. 1891-92; Divinity School, U. C. 1892-93; 
R. T. S. 1894; ord. Westerly, R. I., June 7, 1894; p. Westerly, June 1894- 
June 96; Catskill, N. Y., Apr. 1898- Apr. 1901 ; Wilmington, O., Apr. 
1903-Apr. 06; Alma, Mich., Sept. 1906-July 1909. 

Address, 875 Longwood Ave., New York, N. Y. 

*ELMER LORENZO FARGO, b. Batavia, N. Y., Sep. 23, 1866; U. 
R. 1891; R. T. S. 1894; ord. Kingsville, O., Nov. 11, 1894; p. Kingsville, 
Nov. 1894-June 1897; teacher, Upton, Mass., 1897-99; Auburn, R. I., 
1899-1900; d. Auburn, R. I., Nov. 15, 1900. 

ZENAS LOVELACE FASH, b. Hampton, N. S., July 26, 1866; Ac. 
C. 1891; R. T. S. 1894; ord. Liverpool, N. S., July 11, 1894; p. Liver- 
pool, June 1894-Nov. 97; North ch., Halifax, Nov. 1897-May 1901; 
Woodstock, N. B., Nov. 1901-Oct. 04; Hillsboro, N. B., Oct. 1904-. 
Moderator of the N. B. Baptist Association, July 1908-July 09. 

Address, Hillsboro, N. B. 

ELBERT EDWARD GATES, b. Bridgewater, N. S., Apr. 4. 1869; 
Ac. C. 1891 ; R. T. S. 1894; ord. Sennett, N. Y., June 28, 1894; p. Sennett, 
June 1894-Nov. 1900; Noank, Conn., Dec. 1900-Sept. 07; First ch., 
Ansonia, Oct. 1907-. Address, 23 Mott St., Ansonia, Conn. 

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WILLIAM NORMAN HUTCHINS, b. Halifax, N. S., Mar. 12, 1869; 
Ac. C. 1891; R. T. S. 1894; ord. Canning, N. S., July 17, 1894; p. 
Canning, July 1894-Feb. 1902; Truro, N. S., Feb. 1902-Apr. 09; w. c, 
ibid., Apr. 1909- ; prcs. Maritime Bapt. Conv., 1907-08. 

Address, Truro, Nova Scotia. 

EDWIN LEWIS KELLEY, b. Wheaton, 111., Jan. 24, 1866; U. R.; 
K. r. S. 1894; ord. Rcynoldsville, Pa., May 17, 1894; p. Reynoldsville, 
Feb. 1894-June 96; Galva, 111., Jan. 1897-Aug. 99; Lacon and Sparland, 
Sep. 1899-Scp. 1902; Fairbury, Sop. 1902-Dec. 04; in business and 
supplying churches, Peoria, Dec. 1904-Mar. 06; Wheaton, Mar. 1906- 
May 07; Chicago, May 1907-Nov. 08; assistant p. First ch., Chicago, 
Nov. 1908-. Address, 549 Bryant Ave., Chicago, 111. 

*ARTHUR CRAMP KEMPTON, b. Margaree, Cape Breton, N. S., 
May 6. 1870; Ac. C. 1891; R. T. S. 1894; ord. Eau Claire, Wis., June 
26, 1894; p. Eau Claire, June 1894-Dec. 97; Janesville, Dec, 1897-1900; 
d. Janesville, Wis., Dec. 5, 1900. 

WESLEY ABRAM KINZIE, b. Leesburg, Ind., Sep. 1, 1867; U. R. 
1891; R. T. S. 1894; ord. Bristol, Vt., July 25, 1894; p. Bristol, July 
1894- Apr. 1903 ; Barre, Apr. 1903-Aug. 07 ; Essex St., Lynn, Mass., Aug. 
1907-. Editor, Addison Baptist, 1896-1900. 

Address, 15 Jackson St., Lynn, Mass. 

CHARLES EDWARD KNOWLES, b. New York, N. Y., Aug. 22, 
1865; B. U. 1891; R. T. S. 1894; ord. Flushing, N. Y., Nov. 2, 1894; 
p. Flushing, 1894-May 1907; acting p. Old Sixteenth ch., also assist- 
ant p. at Calvary ch., N. Y. City, 1908; p. Westwood, N. J., Jan. 1909-. 

Address, Westwood, N, J. 

RUPERT OSGOOD MORSE, b. Williamston, N. S., Aug. 10, 1867; 
Ac. C. 1891 ; R. T. S. 1894 ; ord. Lyons, N. Y., May 17, 1894 ; p. Lyons, 
May 1894-May 97; Guysboro, N. S., Oct. 1897-July 1901; Chester, July 
1901-Nov. 04; Gaspereaux, Nov. 1904-July 06; Westport, Aug. 1906-. 
Author, (pamphlets) Our Present Doctrinal Position; The Laymen's 
Missionary Movement; Apostles of Missions; (Book) Records of the 
Graduates of Acadia College and Acadia University, 1843-1908. 

Address, Westport, Nova Scotia. 

EDWIN FAXON OSBORN, b. Climax, Mich., Sep. 1859; Kal. C. 
1889; ord. Hillsdale, Mich., Nov. 3, 1885; p. Hillsdale, July 1885-Nov. 
86; Morenci, Nov. 1886-Feb. 89; Three Rivers, Feb. 1889-Oct. 91; 
N. T. I. 1891-92; p. Sharon, Mass., Oct. 1891-Aug. 92; R. T. S. 1894; 
p. Lyell Ave. ch., Rochester, Sep. 1892-Jan. 94; Watertown, Jan. 1894- 
Oct. 96; engaged in literary work, Kalamazoo, Mich., Oct. 1896-July 
99; prof. History and Literature, Ewing (111.) C, July 1899-1900; 

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p. First ch., Evansville, Ind., 1900-02; prof. History and Literature, 
Ewing (III.) C, July 1899-June 1900; engaged in literary work, 1902-. 
Author, Christian Growth; Vanishing of the Prince; Foundation 
Stones; Teaching of the Parables; Omar. D.D., Ewing C, 1902. 

Address, 934 Hornbeck St., Kalamazoo, Mich. 

LOUIS JOSEPH SAWYER, b. East Templeton, Mass., June 10, 1863; 
U. R. 1891; R. T. S. 1894; ord. Rochester, N. Y., May 4, 1894; associate 
p. Second ch., Rochester, May 1894-Aug. 96; stated supply, First ch., 
Jersey City, Sep.-Dec. 1896; p. Temple ch., Seattle, Wash., Jan. 1897- 
Aug. 1902 ; Hamilton Square ch., San Francisco, Sept. 1902-. 

Address, 1975 Post St., San Francisco, Cal. 

ALBERT BACON SEARS, b. Preble, N. Y., Nov. 8, 1864; Colg. 
Acad., 1887; ord. Philadelphia, N. Y., Feb. 21, 1887; supply, Philadel- 
phia, Feb. 1887-Feb. 88 ; p. Ilion, N. Y., May 1888-July 90 ; supply, W. 
Henrietta, N. Y., July 1890-Oct. 93; U. R. partial course; R. T. S. 
1894; p. Oneida. N. Y., Feb. 1894-Sep. 96; Central ch., Brooklyn, Sep. 
1896-April, 1901 ; Livingston Ave. ch., New Brunswick, N. J., Apr. 
1901-09; First ch., Gloversville, N. Y., Oct. 1909-. 

Address, Gloversville, N. Y. 

*WILLIS ORGAN SHAW, b. Peekskill, N. Y., June 13, 1865; U. 
R. 1891 ; R. T. S. 1894 ; ord. Cincinnati, O., Jan. 18, 1895 ; p. Cincinnati, 
Nov. lS95-Feb. 99; Greenfield, Mar. 1900; d. Greenfield, O., Aug. 4, 
1900. 

HARRY FISH WARING, b. St. John, New Brunswick, June 15, 
1870; Ac. C. 1890; R. T. S. 1894; ord. Mankato, Minn., June 5, 1894; 
p. Mankato, May 1894-96; Truro, N. S., Jan. 1897-Dec. 99; Brussels 
St. ch., St. John, New Brunswick, Jan. 1900-Dec. 02; First ch., Halifax, 
N. S., Jan. 1903-Mar. 10; Vancouver, B. C, Mar. 1910-. Author, 
Christianity and Its Bible; Constructive Bible Studies. 

Address, Vancouver, B. C. 

MERRITT JOEL WINCHESTER, b. Pawlet, Vt., Apr. 23, 1868; 
Wms. C. 1890; teacher. Military Acad., Huntsville, Ala., 1890-91; ord. 
Huntsville, Aug. 14, 1891 ; S. B. T. S. 1891-92 ; R. T. S. 1894 ; supply. 
Hemlock Lake, July 1892-Oct. 93; p. Elbridge, May 1894-Mar. 1906; 
Fredonia, April 1906-. Address, 78 East Main St., Fredonia, N. Y. 

GEORGE FOSTER WOODBURY, b. Bridgewater, N. Y., May 25, 

1861; Colg. U. 1890; ord. Canastota, N. Y., Apr. 30, 1890; Colg. T. S. 
1890-91 ; p. Canastota, Apr. 1890-July 91 ; Ripley, N. Y., July 1891-July 
93; Hannibal, July-Dec. 1893; R. T. S. 1894; p. Sixth Ave. ch., Troy, N. 
Y., Apr. 1894-May 99 ; Enfield Center, May 1899-June 1902 ; Franklin, 
Mar. 1903-Sep. 04; Field Study of Religious and Philanthropic work, 

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New York City, June 1902-Sept. 03; Adirondack colporteur mission- 
ary, Sep. 1904- Address, 153 Bay St., Glens Falls, N. Y. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Frederick Buermann, R. T. S. 1891-93; (for record, vid. G. D., class of 
1891). 

♦Peter Herbert Wedel, R. T. S., 1891-92; (for record, vid. G. D., class 
of 1891) ; d. at sea, near North coast of Africa, Aug. 10, 1897. 

25-*4 

1895 

GRADUATES 

JOHN R. BROWN, Class Secretary 

*HENRY PEMBERTON AULICK, b. Blanket Creek, Ky., Oct. 
2, 1866; ord. Blanket Creek, Aug. 15, 1891; G. C 1892; R. T. S. 1895; 
p. Leavenworth, Kan.. 1895 ; Bethany ch., Denver, Col., 1895-96 ; Tucson, 
Ariz., 1897-98; w. c. Hightower, Ky., 1898-99; d. Hightower, Ky., Nov. 
5, 1899. 

JAMES MILLARD BAKER, b. Camillus, N. Y., Dec. 13, 1867; U. 
R. 1892; R. T. S. 1895; ord. Medina, N. Y., June 12, 1895; miss. 
A. B. F. M. Soc, prof, in Ongole C, Ongole, Madras Presidency, India, 
1895-1903; acting station miss., Ongole Mission Station, 1904-06; in 
full charge, ib., 1906- ; secy, of trustees of the A. B. M. C, Ongole. 
1905- ; chairman of trustees of Ramapatam T. S., 1907-. Author, 
Analytical Reficw of Physiology zvitJi Questions and References, copy- 
righted 1901 ; several booklets in the Telugu language. 

Address, Ongole Gunter Dist., S. India. 

JOHN BENTZEIN, b. Addison, N. Y., Sep. 5, 1862; U. R. 1892, Ph. 
B. ; R. T. S. 1895; ord. Rochester, N. Y., Aug. 8, 1895; associate p. 
First ch., Paterson, N. J., Sep. 1895-Apr. 1901 ; Grace ch., Spokane, 
Wash., Apr. 1901-June 03 ; Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, June 1903-Mar. 05 ; 
supt. of City Missions, Portland, Ore., Mar. 1905-. 

Address, Y. M. C. A. Bldg., Portland, Ore. 

BOARDMAN BIRNEY BOSWORTH, b. Fairhaven, Vt., Mar. 5, 
1866 ; U. Vt. 1891 ; R. T. S. 1895 ; ord. New York, N. Y., Nov. 26, 1895 ; 
p. Washington Heights ch.. New York. 1895-June 1906; First ch., Rock- 
ford, 111., Sep. 1907-Dec. 08; w. c. New York City, 1908-. 

Address, 473 W. 145th St., New York City. 
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1895 

HARVEY DEE BROWN, b. Plymouth, N. Y., June 25, 1869; U. 
R. 1892; R. T. S. 1895; ord. Clay Center, Kan., Sep. 29, 1895; p. Clay 
Center, 1895-Sep. 1904; West Allis, Wis., Sep. 1904-Apr. 05; Kenosha, 
Apr. 1905-Sep. 07; lecturer Socialist Party of Wis., 1907; leader 
Christian Socialist Fellowship, Milwaukee, Nov. 1908- Ph.D., 111. Wes- 
leyan U., (in course), 1904. Address, 359 35th St., Milwaukee, Wis. 

JOHN RICHARD BROWN, b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 25, 1870; 
student, U. Edinburgh, in 1892; R. T. S. 1895; ord. Kansas City, Mo., 
July 2, 1895 ; p. Olive St. ch., Kansas City, June 1895-Jan. 1903 ; Central 
ch., Providence, R. I., Jan. 1903-10. associate editor, Baptist Teacher; 
editor. Advanced Quarterly. Address, Providence, R. I. 

FREDERICK WILLIAM CLIFF, b. Shipley, Eng., May 16, 1862; 
U. R. 1892; R. T. S. 1895; ord. Mumford, N. Y., Sep. 19, 1895; p. 
Mumford, N. Y., Sep. 1895-Mar. 98; Aberdeen, S. D., Mar. 1898- 
July 1902; Salem, Ore., July 1902-Jan. 07; York, Neb., Mar. 1907- 

Address, 611 Burlington Ave., York, Neb. 

JOHN RANDOLPH COMER, b. Clover, Va., Sep. 9, 1859; Rich. C. 
1889; teacher, Palmetto S. C. Acad., 1889-90; U. of State of Md. 
1890-92, M. D.; R. T. S. 1895; ord. Atchison, Kan., June 20, 1895; 
p. Atchison, 1895-June 1907 ; Salem, Ore., June 1907-. 

Address, 549 Liberty St., Salem, Ore. 

JAMES ANDERSON MULKEY CROUCH, b. Fall Branch, Tenn., 
Nov. 23, 1865; La Gr. C. 1893; S. B. T. S. 1890-91; R. T. S. 1895; 
ord. St. Louis, Mo., June 6, 1895 ; p. Taylor Ave. ch., St. Louis, Dec. 
1894-July 99 ; health failed ; in business, Denver and Fort Morgan, 
Col., 1899-. Address, Fort Morgan, Col. 

*EDWARD FARMER DILLARD, b. Fluvanna Co., Va., Jan. 12, 
1865; Rich. C. 1892; R. T. S. 1895; ord. Richmond, Va., June 1895; 
p. Louisa and Berea chs., Louisa Co., also Mt. Hermon ch., Spotsylvania 
Co., 1895; health failed; invalid, Louisa, Va., 1896-98; d. Louisa, Nov. 
13, 1898. 

BENJAMIN RENO DOWNER, b. Fairview, Ky., Jan. 21, 1867; 
Vanderbilt U. 1891 ; graduate student, Vanderbilt U. 1891-92 ; R. T. S. 
1895; ord. Rochester, N. Y., May 24, 1895; p. Durango, Col., June 
1895-Aug. 96 ; Grand Junction, Sep. 1896-99 ; w. c. 1900 ; p. New Provi- 
dence, Tenn., Jan. 1901-Jan. 05; Newport, Jan. 1905-Sep. 08; prof, of 
O. T. and Hebrew, Kansas City Bapt. T. S., Sep. 1908-. 

Address, 400 Waverly Ave., Kansas City, Kan. 

JOHN ARTHUR EARL, b. Bathville, Scotland, May 6, 1866; ord. 
Guthrie Centre, la., Dec. 10, 1887; Des M. C. 1892; p. Guthrie Centre, 

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la., 1887-89; Pilot Mound, 1889-91; People's, 1890-92; R. T. S. 1895; 
p. Greece, N. Y., 1892-95; Waterloo, la., 1895-1906; Chicago, 1906-. 
D.D., Des. M. C, 1903. Address, 11 Chalmers PL, Chicago, III. 

ALBERT EHRGOTT, b. Cincinnati, O., Feb. 23, 1863; G. D. 1886- 
88; U. R. 1888-92; R. T. S. 1895; ord. Conneaut, O., June 13, 1895; 
p. Conneaut, May 1895-Oct. 98; Blessed Hope ch., Springfield, Oct. 
1898-June 1900; miss. p. Immanuel ch., Rangoon, Burma, Nov. 1900- 
Nov. 01; graduate student, Y. C. Divinity School (Biblical Literature, 
Hebrew and N. T. Greek Exegesis), 1902-03; also Western Reserve U., 
1904-05; p. Cedar Ave. ch., Cleveland, O., Alay 1903-Nov. 09; Central 
ch., Portland, Ore., Feb. 1910-. Address, Portland, Ore. 

WILLIAM LAW FERGUSON, b. Shushan, N. Y., Apr. 15, 1865; 
ord. Stuart, la., June 27, 1889; Des AI. C. 1892; p. Stuart, la., 1887-92; 
R. T. S. 1895; p. Wolcott, N. Y., 1892-93; Hilton, 1893-95; miss. A. B. 
F. M. Soc, prof. Theology and Homiletics Ramapatam T. S., 1895- 
1900; miss, and mission treas., Nellore, 1900-01; prof. Theology and 
Homiletics, Ramapatam T. S., 1903-04; miss., Madras, 1904-. miss. 
treas., 1908-. Author, The Fourth Gospel After a Century of Criticism; 
Outlines of Ancient History (Telugu) ; Christian Theology (Telugu) ; 
editor. Baptist Missionary Review. D.D., Des. M. C, 1902. 

Address, Bishopville, Vepery, Madras, N. C, India. 

FRANK KAISER, b. Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. 28, 1862; G. D. 1892; 
R. T. S. 1895; ord. Milwaukee, Wis., June 20, 1895; p. German ch., 
Milwaukee, 1895-1901; Second German ch.. New York, N. Y., Jan. 
190l-Aug. 05; Benton St. ch., Berlin, Ont., Aug. 1905-Jan. 09; First 
German ch., Rochester, N. Y., Jan. 1909-. 

Address, 115 Woodward St., Rochester, N. Y. 

JAMES LONG, b. Union Co., N. C, Jan. 31, 1867; W. F. C. 1892; 
ord. Warrcnton, N. C, Feb. 2, 1892; p. Garner's N. C, 1892; R. T. S. 
1895; Phelps, N. Y., Apr. 1893-Apr. 95; First ch., Goldsboro, N. C, 
Sep. 1895-June 99; Bruington, Va., Aug. 1899-June 1903; Oreaucock, 
June 1903-Jan. 04; Bethel, Liberty, Zoar, and Bethesda, Caroline Co., 
Va., Jan. 1904-July 06; Charlestown, W. Va., July 1906-May 07; 
Trumansville, S. C, May 1907-July 09; First ch., Morganton, N. C, 
July 1909-. Address, Morganton, N. C. 

CHARLES HARTSHORN MAXSON, b. Hornell, N. Y., Nov. 9, 
1864; U. R. 1892; R. T. S. 1895; ord. Saginaw, Mich., Oct. 11, 1895; 
p. First ch., Saginaw, Oct. 1895-Sep. 1900; Mt. Auburn ch., Cincinnati, 
O., Oct. 1900-03; Marquette, Mich., 1903-09; graduate student, U. 
C, 1909-. Address, 5747 Madison Ave., Chicago, 111. 

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JACOB PFEIFFER, b. Schaffhausen, Switzerland, July 15, 1868 
G. D. 1891 ; U. R. 1891-92 ; R. T. S. 1895 ; ord. Chicago, III, June 25 
1895 ; p. Third German ch., Chicago, June 1895-1903 ; Parkersburg, la. 
1903-07; Plum Creek, S. D., 1907- Address, Bridgewater, S. D 

ELIJAH FORBES RICE, b. Beaufort, N. C, Oct. 14, 1860; W. F 
C. 1892; R. T. S. 1895; ord. Fargo, N. D., Dec. 11, 1896; p. Bismark 
N. D., May 1896-Dec. 1897; chaplain, N. D. Senate, 1897; p. Dell 
Rapids, S. D., Jan. 1898-Feb. 99; graduate student, U. C. 1899-1901 
S. B. T. S. 1901-02 ; p. Kershaw, S. C, 1904-. Address, Kershaw, S. C 

WILLIAM JAMES SLY, b. London, Eng., May 1867; U. R. 1892 
R. T. S. 1895; ord. Kansas City, Kan., Oct. 10, 1895; p. Third ch. 
Kansas City, Kan., July 1895-Feb. 99; First ch., Springfield, O., Feb 
1899-June 1906; Garfield Park ch., Chicago, III., June 1906-10; Delta 
Colo., 1910-. Address, Delta, Colo 

JACOB SPEICHER, b. Brooklyn, N. Y., July 27, 1866; G. D. 1890 
U. R. 1890-92; R. T. S. 1895; ord. Philadelphia, Pa., May 23, 1895 
miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, Kityang, South China, 1895- Author, The 
Conquest of the Cross in China. Address, Kitayang, South China. 

JOSEPH SULLIVAN, b. Dingle, County Kerry, Ireland, 1864; ord. 
Boulder, Col., Oct. 1886; U. R. 1892; R. T. S. 1895; p. Fourth ch., 
Paterson, N. J., July 1895-1906; Grace ch., Montreal, Que., 1906-. 

Address, Montreal, Que., Canada. 

ROBERT DANIEL TRICK, b. Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorgan, Wales, 
Nov. 18, 1860; F. C. 1892, B. S. ; R. T. S. 1895; ord. Crawfordsville, 
Ind., Jan. 7, 1896; p. Crawfordsville, Jan. 1896-July 98; Piqua, O., Mar. 
1899-Mar. 1901; Monongahela City, Pa., Mar. 1902-July 05; New 
Haven, Conn., Sep. 1906-. 

Address, 71 Rosette St., New Haven, Conn. 

JAMES EDSON WARNER, b. Kingsport, N. S., Aug. 30, 1867; Corn. 
U. 1889-91; R. T. S. 1892-93; ord. Cambridgeport, Mass., June 18, 
1893; p. Cambridgeport, 1893-94; N. T. I. 1893-94; R. T. S. 1895; 
graduate student, U. C, 1895-97; prof. Greek and Ancient History, 
Miss. C, 1897-98; student, U. C, summer of 1899. 

Address, 222 Chestnut St., Cambridgeport, Mass. (1900) 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

*Albert Edward Bates, b. Cranbrook, Kent, England, Apr. 12, 1866; 
U. R. partial course ; R. T. S. 1892-95 ; d. a few weeks before the end 
of the Senior year, Rochester, Mar. 7, 1895. 

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Charles Ernest Burr, b. Brookfield, N. Y., Oct. 29, 1860; U. R. 1890; 
R. T. S. for short periods during years 1890-92; ord. Livonia, N. Y., 
Oct. 3, 1895; p. Livonia, Sep. 1891-Dec. 98; Groton, Dec. 1898-Aiig. 
1905; Ilolliston, Mass., Sep. 1905-Feb. 06; Providence, R. L, Feb. 
1906-. Address, 129 Doyle Ave., Providence, R. I. 

Frank Samuel Goergens, R. T. S. 1892-93; (for record, vid. G. D., 
class of 1892). 

Robert Janisch Holmes, b. London, England, Feb. 21, 1870; Bu. U. 
1892, Ph. B. : R. T. S. 1892-94; ord. Atglen, Pa., Feb. 26, 1895; p. 
Glen Run ch., Atglen, Jan. 1895-Sep. 1901 ; First ch., Hoboken, N. J., 
1901-06; Nyack, N. Y., 1906-10. Author, The Temple of God; True 
Patriotism. Address, 108 Broadway, Nyack, N. Y. 

August Mihm, R. T. S. 1892-94; (for record, vid. G. D., class of 1891). 

Harold Pattison, b. Newcastle, England, Sep. 16, 1869; U. R. 1891; 
B. S. ; miss. Bozeman, Mont., 1891-92 ; Regent's Park College, London, 
Eng., 1892-93; R. T. S. 1893-95; ord. Hartford, Conn., Jan. 31, 1896; 
p. First ch., Hartford, 1895-1908; First ch., St. Paul, Minn., Dec. 1908-. 
Social Service Commission (N. B. C), 1908-. Author, For the Work 
of the Ministry. 1907. 

Address, 606 Portland Ave., St. Paul, Minn. 

Frederick Monod Shaw, b. Walesville, N. S., May 25, 1868; Ac. C. 
1890; R. T. S. 1892-93; student, Mass. S. N. S. Bridgewater, Mass.; 
U. of Colorado ; teacher, Paterson, N. J. ; Denver, Col. 

Address, Denver, Col. 
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1896 

GRADUATES 

JAMES W. ROBERTS, Class Secretary 

WILLIAM LAIRD ARCHIBALD, b. Alexandria, P. E. I., Canada, 
Jan. 26. 1870; Ac. C. 1892; U. C. 1892-94; R. T. S. 1896; ord. Milton, 
N. S., Nov. 22. 1896; p. Milton, Nov. 1896-Nov. 1900; Lawrencetown, 
N. S., Nov. 1900-Nov. 04; f^eld secy., of Ac. U., Nov. 1904- secy.. 
N. S. Western Association. 1898-1904. Ph.D., U. C. (in course) 1900. 

Address, Westwood Ave., Wolfville, N. S. 

JOHN BAPTISTE BARBOUR, b. Hartford, Conn.. June 24, 1869; 
B. U. 1891; R. T. S. 1896; ord. Geneva, N. Y., Sep. 29, 1896; p. 

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Geneva, Aug. 1896-Oct. 97; associate p. First ch., Syracuse, Oct. 1897- 
Oct. 98; p. First ch., Syracuse, Oct. 1898-Oct. 1900; Mumford, N. Y., 
Sep. 1901-Apr. 06 ; Calvary ch., Erie, Pa., May 1906-. 

Address, 436 W. 11th St., Erie, Pa. 

OWEN NOTT CHIPMAN, b. Berwick, N. S., May 22, 1870; Ac. C. 
1892; R. T. S. 1896; ord. De Bert, N. S., July 8, 1896; p. Great Village, 
1896-Dec. 1900; Canso, Dec. 1900-Jan. 08; Sydney, Jan. 1908- 

Address, 87 Bentwick St., Sydney, N. S. 

*MANNING AUSTIN CONNORS, b. Greenville Co., S. C, July 3, 
1866; ord. Greenville, S. C, Jan. 1, 1891; Fur. U. 1889-92; R. T. S. 
1896; p. Summerton, S. C, 1896-1907; Honea Path, 1907-09; d. Honea 
Path, S. C, May 24, 1909. 

ASA JAMES CROCKETT, b. Wine Harbour, N. S., July 16, 1870; 
Ac. C. 1892; R. T. S. 1896; ord. Long Pine, Neb., Sep. 5, 1897; p. 
Long Pine, June 1897-Sep. 98; David City, Nov. 1898-Oct. 99; Cedar 
Springs, Mich., Nov. 1899-1901 ; health failed, mercantile pursuits, 
Glasgow, N. S., 1901-. Address, Glasgow, N. S. Canada. 

JOHN WALDEN CROUCH, b. Livingston Co., Mo., Apr. 10, 1870; 
La. Gr. C, 1890; principal Wyaconda Acad., 1890-91; publisher 
and editor, Windsor Review, 1891-93 ; R. T. S. 1896 ; ord. La Grange, 
Mo., Apr. 14, 1897; prof. Ancient Languages, La G. C, 1896-98; p. 
First ch.. Battle Creek, Mich., Apr. 1898-1904; Saginaw, Nov. 1904- 
May 05 ; pres. of La Gr. C, 1905- Address, La Grange, Mo. 

CHARLES WESLEY FLETCHER, b. Elgin, 111., Mar. 23, 1869; 
Wheaton C. 1892; U. C. 1893-95; ord. Rensselaer, Ind., July 5, 1894; 
p. Rensselaer, 1894; R. T. S. 1895-96; p. Salem, O., June 1896-Sep. 
98; Bronson Ave. ch., Rochester, N. Y., Nov. 1898-1902; First ch., 
Washington, Pa., 1902-. Address, 421 Wilson Ave., Washington, Pa. 

SIMEON MAXWELL FOSTER, b. West Point, Miss., May 1, 1861; 
Bay. U. 1885; R. T. S. 1896; ord. Burlington, la., June 17, 1896; p. 
Burlington, Mar.-Oct. 1896 ; resigned on account of failing health ; 
w. c. Ladonia, Texas, 1896-98; p. First ch., Hillsboro, Apr.-Oct. 1898; 
health failed ; w. c, invalid, Weatherford, 1898-1902 ; lawyer, Wichita 
Falls, 1902-. Address, Wichita Falls, Texas. 

CHARLES BRADFORD FREEMAN, b. Canning, N. S., Dec. 29, 

1869; Ac. C. 1891; McM. U. 1891-93; ord. Port Medway, N. S., June 
21, 1894 ; p. Port Medway, June 1893-July 95 ; R. T. S. 1896 ; p. Edmon- 
ton, Alberta, Canada, June 1896-June 1901 ; Roland, Man., Nov. 1901- 
Sep. 04; Moosejaw, Sask., Oct. 1904-May 07; Prince Albert, May 1909- 
general miss, for Saskatchewan, May 1907-May 09. 

Address, 38 11th Ave., Prince Albert, Sask. 
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HUGH AUSTIN HEATH, b. Jackson, Minn., Sep. 1, 1867; ord. 
Kelley, la., July 28, 1892; Des M. C. 1893; R. T. S. 1896; p. Genesee St. 
ch., Rochester, N. Y., May 1895-May 96; Waverly, la., July 1896-Feb. 
98; Keokuk, Feb. 1898-June 1901; Wakefield, Mass., June 1901-. D.D., 
Des M. C, 1906. Address, 35 Avon St., Wakefield. Mass. 

FRANK GRANT LEWIS, b. near Painted Post, N. Y., July 18, 1865; 
P.. U. 1SQ3: R. '['. S. 1896; B. D., 1907; ord. Jefferson, la., Aug. 
13, 1896; p. Jefferson, July 1896-June 98; Ambrose, O., Oct. 1898- 
Aug. 1901 ; prof. Theology and Church History, Va. Union U., Rich- 
mond, Sep. 1901-Aug. 05; graduate student, U. C. (New Testament 
and Philosophy). 1905-06; Fellow, ib., 1906-07 (Ph.D., ib., 1907); asso- 
ciate in N. T. Interpretation, ib.. Oct. 1907-June 08; instructor, ib.. 
Summer Quarter, 1908; prof. Bible History and Interpretation, Bapt. 
Training School for Christian Work, Philadelphia, Pa., Sep. 1908-Sep. 
09; instructor in Hebrew. C. T. S., Sep. 1908-. Librarian, ib., Sep. 
1909.- Address. 1720 Edgmont Ave., Chester, Pa. 

JOHN MITCHELL, b. Edinburgh, Scotland, May 2, 1863; U. R. 1889- 
92; ord. St. Catharines, Ont., Dec. 27, 1894; p. Lyman St. ch., St. Catha- 
rines, Dec. 1894-May 95; R. T. S. 1896; associate p.. First ch., Syra- 
cuse, N. Y., Sep. 1896-Sep. 97; Cold Spring Harbor, Huntington, North- 
port, Apr. 1898-Mar. 1905 ; p. Coeur d'Alene. Idaho, Apr. 1905-Mar. 06 ; 
Moscow, Mar.-Dec. 1906; invalid, Litchfield Co., Conn., Apr. 1907- 
June 08; p. Bernardston, Mass., June 1908-. 

Address, Bernardston, Mass. 

JAMES WARREN ROBERTS, b. Jackson, C, Feb. 4, 1862; D. U. 
1893, Lit. B.; R. T. S. 1896; ord. Fulton, N. Y., Aug. 6, 1896; p. 
Fulton, July 1896-Nov. 1902; Paris, 111., Nov. 1902-Jan. 07; Toledo, 
O., Jan. 1907-. Address, Main and 6th Sts., Toledo, O. 

PATRICK SIMKINS ROGERS, b. near Pachuta, Miss., July 1, 1865; 
ord. Pachuta, Miss., June 30, 1889; Miss C. 1891; S. B. T. S. 1892-94; 
U. C. 1894-95; R. T. S. 1896; p. Montpelier, Ind., Feb.-May 1897; 
Albany, W^is., Nov. 1897-June 99; Snohomish, Wash., July 1899-1900; 
Kent, Oct. 1900-Oct. 01; Chehalis, 1902- Apr. 04; Helix, Ore., 1904- 
Mar. 08; Weston, Ore., 1908-. Address, Weston, Ore. 

LEWIS MURPHREE ROPER, b. Eden, S. C. Mar. 21, 1870; ord. 
Rubun Creek, S. C, Dec. 31, 1888; p. Princeton, S. C, Jan. 1889-JuIy 
91; Cn. U. 1892; p. Tennallytown, Washington, D. C, July 1891-Sep. 
92; R. T. S. 1896; p. Attica, N. Y., Sep. 1892-Sep. 95; Canton, O.. 
May 1896-Jan. 1900; Spartanburg, S. C, Apr. 1900-. D.D., Fur. U.. 
1906. Address, Mills Ave. and Glendalyn St.. Spartanburg, S. C. 

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WILLIAM WILEY SEARCY, b. Liberty, Mo., Oct. 20, 1862; W. J. 
C. 1891 ; ord. Liberty, Mo., Aug. 2, 1891 ; p. Carondelet ch., St. Louis, 
Mo., Sep. 1892-Sep. 93; R. T. S. 1896; p. Gorham, N. Y., May 1895- 
May 96; Webster City, la., Aug. 1896-Jan. 97; Peabody, Kan., June 
1897-Dec. 1901; Cameron, Mo., Dec. 1901-Apr. 04; Howard, Kan., Apr. 
1904-Apr. 08; Cherryvale, Apr. 1908-. 

Address, 415 4th St. East, Cherryvale, Kan. 

LANGLEY BARNAS SEARS, b. Boston Highlands, Mass., July 11, 
1870; H. U. 1893; R. T. S. 1896; ord. Rockford, 111., Oct. 27, 1896; 
p. State St. ch., Rockford, Oct. 1896-Sep. 98; w. c, Brookline, Mass., 
Sep. 1898-Dec. 99; p. Groton Heights, Conn., Jan. 1900-Dec. 05; 
united with Cong, denomination, Dec. 1905. 

Address, 67 Monument Ave., Charlestown Dist., Boston, Mass. 

AVERY ALBERT SHAW, b. Waterville, N. S., Oct. 2, 1870; Ac. C. 
1892 ; R. T. S. 1896 ; ord. Windsor, N. S., June 25, 1896 ; p. Windsor, 
June 1896-June 1900; Brookline, Mass., June 1900-June 07; Winnipeg, 
2\Ian., June 1907-. Address, 190 Edmonton St., Winnipeg, Man. 

EMERSON LEWIS SWIFT, b. Batavia, N. Y., June 24, 1868; U. R. 
1893; R. T. S. 1896; ord. Norwood, O., Aug. 17, 1896; p. Norwood, 
June 1896-Sep. 1900; Greenfield, Oct. 1900-Nov. 04; Pittsburg, Pa., 
Dec. 1904-June 08; Pottsville, June 1908-. 

Address, 810 Mahantongo St., Pottsville, Pa. 

SPECL^L STUDENTS 

William Anable Harris, ^I. £., b. Gorham, N. Y., Dec. 10, 1864; U. R. 
1893; ord. M. E., Albion, N. Y., Oct. 2, 1892; p. Charlotte, Oct. 1891- 
Oct. 1893; R. T. S. 1893-95; p. Pittsford, Oct. 1893-Oct. 94; Kendall, 
Mar. 1895-Oct. 96; Churchville, Oct. 1896-Oct. 97; Millville, Oct. 
1897-1900; Middleport, Oct. 1900-04; Franklinville, Oct. 1904-05; 
Smethport, Pa., Oct. 1905-. Author, The Desire of All Nations. 

Address, Smethport, Pa. 

William Herman Kersting, b. Cincinnati, O., Apr. 14, 1864; D. U. 
1891-93; Lane T. S. 1893-95; R. T. S. Sep.-Dec. 1895; health failed and 
prevented graduation; not ord. 

Address, 555 Ringgold St., Cincinnati, O. (1900) 

Right C. Moore, b. Globe, N. C, Jan. 28, 1871; W. F. C. 1890; ord. 
Globe, N. C, Oct. 26, 1890; p. Morehead City, N. C, Nov. 1890-July 
93; R. T. S. Sep.-Dec. 1893. Editor, Biblical Recorder. 

Address, Raleigh, N. C. 
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1897 

GRADUATES 

FRED G. BOUGHTON, Class Secretary 

FLOYD HOLDEN ADAMS, b. Moravia, N. Y., Jan. 22, 1870; U. 
R. 1893; R. T. S. 1897; ord. Palmyra, N. Y., Oct. 22, 1897; p. Palmyra, 
June 1897-Jime 1903; McMinnvillc, Ore, June 1903-Apr. 09; Lebanon, 
Ind., May 1909-. Address, 423 North Meridian St., Lebanon, Ind. 

GARRETT LEROY ALLEN, b. Roanoke, Mo., Nov. 24, 1872; W. J. 

C. 1894; R. T. S. 1897; prof. East Texas College, Rusk, Tex., 1898-99; 
ord. Jacksonville, Tex., June 25, 1899; p. Honey Grove, May 1899; 
united with P. E. church, 1903. 

SAMUEL DAY BAWDEN, b. Elyria, O., Dec. 2, 1868; U. of 111., 
1890; teacher, U. of 111., 1890-91; teacher, Beardstovvn, 111., 1891-93; 
Iowa City, la., 1893-94; R. T. S. 1897; ord. Rochester, N. Y., May 6, 
1898; chaplain. State Industrial School, Rochester, Oct. 189S-Sep. 1904; 
Industrial Work, Am. Bapt. Telugu Mission, Ongole, South India. 
Nov. 3, 1904- ?klanager Industrial Experiment Station, Ongole, July 
1907-. 
Address, Industrial Experiment Station, Ongole, Guntur Dist., India. 

INGRAM EBENEZER BILL, Jr., b. Hampton, New Brunswick, 
Nov. 23. 1871; Ac. C. 1893; N. T. I. 1893-94; ord. Cleveland, O., Sep. 
19, 1894; p. W. Cleveland, May 1894-May 95; R. T. S. 1897; p. Ober- 
lin, O, Sep. 1897-Jan. 1905; graduate student, U. C. (Sociology and 
Church History), 1905-08; acting p. Capitol Hill, Denver, Col., Mar.- 
Sep. 1908; p. North Shore, Chicago, Nov. 1908-. 

Address, 1827 Magnolia Ave., Chicago, 111. 

FRED GRANT BOUGHTON. b. Bowling Green, O., June 29, 1868; 

D. U. 1894; R. T. S. 1897; ord. Saxton's River, Vt., Oct. 28, 1897; 
p. Saxton's River, 1897-June 1900; First ch., Cambridge, O., June 1900- 
June 04; Warren, June 1904-Feb. 1906; instructor in German, Vermont 
Academy, 1898; prof, of Philosophy, McM. C, 1906-. pres., Vt. B. Y. 
P. U., 1899-1900. Address, South B. St., McMinnville, Ore. 

HENRY BRANDT, b. Iladersleben, Germany, Feb. 2, 1868; D. U. 
1894; ord. Homer, O., Aug. 5, 1892; p. Homer, Aug. 1892-Aug. 94; 
R. T. S. 1897; p. Meigs St. ch., Rochester, Sep. 1895-Nov. 1900; First 
ch., Ironton, O., Nov. 1900-Apr. 07; First ch., Wilmington. Apr. 1907-. 

Address, 314 Mulberry St., Wilmington, O. 

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HOWARD RUFUS CHAPMAN, b. Rockford, III, Sep. 10, 1868; S. 
C. 1894; R. T. S. 1897; ord. Rochester, N. Y., Sep. 7, 1897; p. Genesee 
St. ch., Rochester, May 1896-Oct. 1900; Michigan Ave. ch., Saginaw, 
Mich., Nov. 1, 1900-. Address, 213 N. Fayette St., Saginaw, Mich. 

JAMES AUGUSTINE CLARKE, b. Bowling Green, Ky., July 21. 
1871; U. R. 1894; R. T. S. 1897; ord. Wallingford, Conn., Feb. 23, 
1898; p. Wallingford, 1897-Nov. 1903; evangelistic and pulpit supply 
work, Mich, and Ore., Nov. 1903-Mar. 04; editor, Pacific Baptist, Mc- 
Minnville, Ore., Apr. 1904-. D.D., McM. C., 1906. 

Address, McMinnville, Ore. 

HENRY WILSON DAVIS, b. Letts Corner, Ind., Sep. 21, 1872; F. 
C. 1894; R. T. S. 1897; ord. Letts Corner, Ind., June 29, 1897; p. 
Beatrice, Neb., 1897-99; Immanuel ch., Omaha, 1899-1902; Greens- 
burg, Ind., 1902-04; Palo Alto, Calif., Sep. 1907-. pres. B. Y. P. U., 
Nebraska, 1900-01. Address, 305 Hamilton St., Palo Alto, Calif. 

IRVING NEWTON DePUY, b. Wayne Village, N. Y., July 2, 1873; 
U. R. 1894; R. T. S. 1897; ord. Rochester, N. Y., Sep. 21, 1897; p. 
Wilder St. ch., Rochester, 1897-1904; Marshall, Mich., Dec. 1904- Au- 
thor, Biblical Facts and History. 

Address, 320 N. Mulberry St., Marshall, Mich. 

DANIEL GRANT DUNKIN, b. Carroll, Ind., Jan. 6, 1869; F. C. 1894; 
R. T. S. 1897; ord. Newark, N. Y., June 16, 1897; p. Newark, 1897- 
Feb. 1901; Cleveland, O., Feb. 1901-Feb. 03; Bloomington, Ind., Feb. 
1903-July 04; Hope, July 1904-Sep. 06; Billings, Mont., Sep. 1906-. 

Address, 111 N. 33rd St., Billings, Mont. 

HARRY RUSSELL GREAVES, b. St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 1, 1868; S. 
C. 1894; R. T. S. 1897; ord. Schenectady, N. Y., July 2, 1897; p. Sche- 
nectady, June 1897-May 1899; Tabernacle ch., Albany, May 1899- Jan. 
1902; Muscatine, la., Jan. 1902-Apr. 03; Temple ch., Seattle, Wash., 
Apr.-Dec. 1903; Monrovia, Calif., March 1904-Feb. 08; secy. Southern 
Calif. Bapt. Conv., Feb. 1908-. D.D., 1908. Address, Monrovia, Calif. 

ADAM FENNER GROESBECK, b. Afton, la., July 23, 1866; Des 
M. C. 1894; ord. Homer, la., Nov. 6, 1891; p. Homer, Woodward and 
Burnside, 1890-92; Peoples, 1892-94; R. T. S. 1897; p. Parma, N. Y., 
1894-97; miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, Ung Kung, China, 1897-1902; Fur- 
lough, 1902-04; Chaoyang, China, 1904-. Author, compiled our pres- 
ent Chinese Hymnbook. published several tracts in Chinese dealing 
with local questions. Address, Chaoyang, China. 

EUGENE HAINES, b. Capron, III., Mar. 7, 1869; ord. Ashland Cen- 
ter, Mich., Mar. 17, 1891; p. Ashland Center, Mar.-Sep. 1891; Kal. C. 

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1894; p. Parma, Mich., June 1892-Jimc 93; Allegan, Nov. 1893-Sep. 
95; R. T. S. 1897; p. Hemlock, N. Y., Sep. 1895-Sep. 96; Penn Yan, 
June 1897-Nov. 1902; Cooperstown, N. Y., Nov. 1902-May 06; Rut- 
land, Vt., May 1906-. Address, 85 Park Ave., Rutland, Vt. 

JACOB HANN, b. Monroe, Wis., May 1, 1860; W. J. C. 1893; ord. 
Kansas City. Mo., May 8, 1893; p. Redfield, Kan., May 1893-Sep. 94; 
R. T. S. 1897; p. Hermon, N. Y., Dec. 1897-Sep. 98; New Philadelphia, 
O., Oct. 1898-June 99; S. Trenton, N. Y., June 1899-1901; Bennetts- 
burg, Oct. 1901-Nov. 02; Busti, Dec. 1902-Oct. 04; Lyons, Mich., Nov. 
1904-Dec. 06; Mendon and Centrevillc, Dec. 1906-Dec. 07; Brooklyn 
and Napoleon, Dec. 1907-Apr. 09; Jackson, Mich., 1909-. 

Address, 308 Robinson St., Jackson, Mich. 

ALFRED ERNEST HOOPER, b. Charlottetown, P. E. I., Oct. 20, 
1863; Cy. U. 1894; R. T. S. 1897; ord. Kingsville, O., Nov. 17, 1897; 
p. Kingsville, Aug. 1897-Oct. 98; Reynoldsville, Pa., Nov. 1898-Oct. 
1900; home missions and supply, Oct. 1900-Apr. 02; Hermon, N. Y., 
Apr. 1902-Dec. 05; Stephentovvn, Dec. 1905-Dec. 08; Lee, Mass., Dec. 
1908- Address, 84 ]\Iaple St., Lee, Mass. 

CLAUDE KELLY, b. Piqua, O., Dec. 25, 1868; ord. Arkansas City, 
Kan., Aug. 2S, 1887; W. J. C. 1891; p. First ch., Leavenworth, Kan., 
Dec. 1890-Sep. 94; R. T. S. 1897; p. Wilder St. ch., Rochester, N. Y., 
Dec. 1894-Mar. 97 ; First ch., Sandusky, O., May 1897-Sep. 1903 ; West- 
port ch., Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 1903-Oct. 07; Bellevue ch., Pitts- 
burgh, Pa., May 1908- Pres., B. Y. P. U. of Ohio, 1904-05; pres., 
B. Y. P. U. of Missouri, 1906-07. D.D., W. J. C, 1905. 

Address, Bellevue, Pa. 

FRANK TOBEY KNOWLES, b. Philadelphia, Pa., June 23, 1873; 
College of City of \. Y. 1894; R. T. S. 1897; ord. Brooklyn, N. Y., 
June 28, 1899 ; prof, in charge, Theological department, Benedict C, 
Columbia, S. C, Oct. 1897-May 1904; Educational department, 23rd 
St. Y. M. C. A. and Brooklyn Central Y. M. C. A., 1904- 

Address, Woodhaven, Long Island. 

AULBIN TAPSCOTT NORWOOD, b. York, Pa., Feb. 13, 1864; 
ord. St. Joseph, Mo., Oct. 29, 1893; W. J. C. 1894; R. T. S. 1897; 
p. Gibbon, Neb., June 1897-Aug. 98; Central City, Aug. 1898-1901; 
Gibbon, 1901-04; Madison, S. D., 19(M-06; Central City, Neb. 1907-08; 
Broken Bow, 1909-. Address, Broken Bow, Neb. 

FRANK WILLIAM PADELFORD, b. Haverhill, Mass., Apr. 6, 
1872 ; Cy. U. 1894 ; R. T. S. 1897 ; ord. Haverhill, Mass., Nov. 16, 1897 ; 

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p. Portland St. ch., Haverhill, Mass., Sep. 1897-Sep. 1903; Washing- 
ton St. ch., Lynn, Sep. 1903-Nov. 08; general secy., Mass. Bapt. Miss. 
Soc, Apr. 1908-. Address, 501 Tremont Temple, Boston, Mass. 

LEONARD WILLIAM RILEY, b. Marietta, O., Feb. 6, 1872; D. U. 
1894; R. T. S. 1897; ord. Lebanon, O., Nov. 16, 1897; p. East ch., 
Lebanon, Aug. 1897-Mar. 1901; First ch., McMinnville, Ore., July 
1901-May 03; general miss, of Ore., May 1903-May 06; pres. of Mc- 
Minnville C, Mar. 1906-. pres.. Christian Colleges' Faculty Union of 
Ore., 1909; secretary of Commission on Christian Education, N. B. 
Convention, 1909; pres., of Y. M. C. A. of Oregon and Idaho, 1909. 
Author, pamphlet, The Ideal Education. D.D., D. U., 1909. 

Address, McMinnville, Ore. 

GUSTAV REINHOLD SCHLAUSCH, b. Neustadt, Wuerttemburg, 
Mar. 26, 1867; U. R. 1894; ord. Alabama, N. Y., Sep. 27, 1894; p. 
Alabama, 1894-96; R. T. S. 1897; p. Gaines and Murray ch., May 1896- 
Sep. 98; Lewiston, Idaho, Sep. 1898-Sep. 99; pres., Colfax (Wash.) C, 
Sep. 1899-1900; p. Davenport, Wash., 1900-01; Sprague, 1901-05; Oakes- 
dale, 1906-07; educational work, 1907-. Address, Spokane, Wash. 

GEORGE VAN WINKLE, b. Newmarket, O., June 18, 1862; D. U. 
1891; ord. Gibbon, Neb., Nov. 18, 1891; p. Gibbon, 1891-Aug. 1894; 
R. T. S. 1897; p. E. Pembroke, N. Y., Apr. 189S-May 97; S. Omaha, 
Neb., June 1897-. Address, 2014 I. St., S. Omaha, Neb. 

GEORGE REUBEN VARNEY, b. E. Sumner, Me., Apr. 14, 1865; 
U. R. 1894; R. T. S. 1897; ord. Cincinnati, O., May 27, 1897; p. Wal- 
nut Hills, Cincinnati, May 1897-Mar. 1898; Grace ch., Spokane, Wash., 
Apr. 1898-1900; gen. miss., Ore., 1900-03; p. First ch., Bellingham, 
Wash., 1903-06; gen. miss., N. Mex., 1906-07; p. Baker City, Ore., 1907- 
08; prof. English and Pub. Speaking, McM. C, 1908-09; p. Raton, N. 
Mex., 1909-. Author, Out of the Depths: A Story of Western Love; 
Religion and Reform. Address, Raton, New Mexico. 

JESSE VIRGIL VERMILLION, b. Toney Creek, S. C, July 21, 1862; 
Fur. U. 1891; ord. Naches, Texas, Dec. 11, 1892; p. Griffin, Cedar 
Creek, Brushy Creek, and Starville, 1891-94; R. T. S. 1897; pres., E. 
Texas Bapt. Institute, Rusk, 1897-99; p. Bullard, Rocky Spring, and 
Corine, 1897-98; Chindale, Rocky Springs, and Corine, Sep. 1899-1903; 
pres., Jacksonville C, 1899-1903 ; financial secy., Jacksonville C, 1903- 
05; p. Groveton, Tex., 1905-07; Jevvett and Oakswoods, 1908; pres., 
Buckner C, Witcherville, Ark., 1908-09; pres., Jacksonville C, 1909-. 

Address, Jacksonville, Tex. 

JOHN WALKER, b. Ipswich, Suffolk, England, Oct. 3, 1864; Hulme 
Cliff C, Derby, England, 1890; ord. Barrington, N. Y., Jan. 27, 1892; 

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p. Barrington and Crosby chs., Oct. 1891-July 93; Mannsvillc, Sep. 
1893-Sep. 95; R. T. S. 1897; p. Hermon and Russell, 1898-1902; School- 
craft, Alich, 1905-07; Hartford, 1907-09; Alcxico, N. Y., 1909-. miss, 
work, New York and Wisconsin, 1902-05 ; graduate student, Oska- 
loosa la.. Christian C. (B. D.), 1905. Author, A Key to the Study 
of the Bible (1906); Memory Study of the Life of Christ (1908). 

Address, Mexico, N. Y. 

LEWIS F. WALLACE, b. Lower Granville, N. S., Dec. 16, 1866; Ac. 
C. 1894; R. T. S. 1897; ord. Laurencetown, N. S., Aug. 1, 1897; p. 
Laurencetown, Aug. 1897-July 1900; Mechanicville, N. Y., Aug. 1900- 
Aug. 04; Aylesford, Sep. 1904-May 08; general miss, for H. M. Board 
of N. S. and P. E. L, May 1908-. Address, Laurencetown, N. S. 

CLARENCE BANJAY WASSON, b. Cuba, N. Y., July 8, 1865; U. 
R. 1893; R. T. S. 1897; ord. Fleming, N. Y., Sep. 15, 1897; p. Flem- 
ing, 1896-97; student of medicine, U. Mich., 1897-1901; physician. 

Address, Bellevue, Mich. 

ROBERT BENTON WRIGHT, b. Fillmore, Ind., Mar. 1, 1862; F. 
C. 1894; R. T. S. 1897; ord. Ipswich, S. D., Oct. 28, 1897; p. First ch., 
Ipswich, July 1897-Sep. 99; First ch., Wheaton, Minn., Oct. 1899-Oct. 
1901 ; established First Bapt. Mission (Two Gray Hills Mission) among 
Navajo Indians, Crozier, N. M., Nov. 1901-06; p. Maria Creek and 
Bethel chs., July 1907-Aug. 09; First ch., Oolitic, Ind., Aug. 1909-. 

Address, Oolitic, Ind. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 



Ariel Berechia Bellondi, b. Stradella, Italy, Sep. 2, 1872; Venice and 
Florence Colleges, H. T. S. 1894-95; R. T. S. 1895-97; work among 
the Italians in New York, in service of the A. B. H. M. Soc, 1897- 
1901; Italian miss., Barre, Vt., 1901-09; returned to Italy, 1909. 

Perry Sylvester Calvin, b. Transfer, Pa., Jan. 10, 1872; Bu. U. 1894; 
R. T. S. 1894-95; dismissed to U. C. Address, Clearfield, Pa. 

Theodore Harding Kinney, b. Houlton, Me., Apr. 13, 1864; Cy. U. 
1894; Bangor T. S. 1894-95; R. T. S. Sep.-Dec. 1895; dismissed to 
Bangor, T. S. Address, Dexter, Me. 

♦George Frederick Love, Jr., b. Newburg-on-the-Hudson, N. Y., July 
21, 1870; U. R. 1894; R. T. S. 1894-97; ord. Oswego, N. Y.. June 1, 
1897; p. West ch., Oswego, June 1897-Apr. 1900; d. Rome, Italy, Apr. 
5, 1900. 

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Frederick Otto Schub, b. Niirenberg, Bavaria, May 7, 1866; Bu. U. 
1894; R. T. S. 1894-95; teacher, Ouachita C, 1895-96; Simmons C, 
1896-97; Bethel C, 1897-98; graduate student, U. C, summer of 1896, 
spring of 1897; 1898- ; teaching, U. of Texas; 

Address, University of Texas, Austin, Tex. 

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1898 

GRADUATES 

FREDERICK W. ALLEN, Class Secretary 

FREDERICK WILLIAM ALLEN, b. Tulolip, Washington, Oct. 8, 
1871; U. R. 1895; R. T. S. 1898; ord. Wyoming, N. Y., Aug. 31, 1898; 
p. Wyoming, June 1898-June 1903; Carthage, June 1903-Nov. 09; In- 
terlaken, 1909-. Address, Interlaken, N. Y. 

HARRY HEATH BAWDEN, Jr., b. Elyria, O., Sep. 28, 1871; D. U. 
1893; graduate student, D. U. 1893-94; R. T. S. 1894-96; instructor in 
Biology, D. U., 1896^7; R. T. S. -1898; Fellow in Philosophy, U. C, 
1898-1900; Ph.D. U. C, 1900; Fellow in Philosophy and teaching, U. 
la., 1900-01; prof, of Philosophy, Vassar C, 1901-07; prof. Philoso- 
phy, Cincinnati, U., 1907-08. Author, Lapses. 

Address, San Ysidro, Nestor, Calif. 

HULBERT GRANT BEEMAN, b. Whatcheer, la., June 11, 1872; 
Des M. C. 1895; R. T. S. 1898; ord. Waterloo, la., Sep. 6, 1898; p. 
Walnut St. ch., Waterloo, June 1898- D.D., Des M. C, 1905. 

Address, 111 Independence Ave., Waterloo, Iowa. 

FRANCIS FRUTCHEY BUTLER, b. Defiance, O., May 24, 1868; 
D. U. 1893; U. C. 1895-96; R. T. S. 1898; ord. Bella, la., Nov. 16, 
1898; p. Pella, la., Oct. 1898-99; graduate student, U. C, summer 
1899; supply at Maquoketa, 1900; p. Stillwater and Pond Creek, Okla., 
1900-02; prof, of Bible and English at Bapt. C, (Okla.); Blackwell, 
1902-04; p. Anthony, Kan. 1905-07; Belleville, 1907-10; Burlingame, 
1910-. Address, Burlingame, Kan. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON CASSIDY, b. Boston, Mass., Apr. 20, 
1863; Kansas Normal C, 1886; W. J. C. 1887-88; ord. Walnut, Kan., 
May 6, 1891 ; p. Cherryvale, Kan., June 1892-June 93 ; Ft. Scott, June 
1893-July 95; Canaseraga, N. Y., July 1895-Nov. 96; Hilton, Nov. 
1896-July 98; R. T. S. 1898; p. Walnut Hills ch., Cincinnati, O., July 
1898-July 1901; supply, July 1901-Feb. 03; First ch., Wichita, Kan., 
Feb. 1903- Address, 1203 N. Wichita St., Wichita, Kan. 

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YUGORA CHIBA, b. Sendai, Japan, Aug. 13, 1870; Aoyama C, Tokyo, 
Japan, 1893; Cy. U. partial course; R. T. S. 1898; engaged in teach- 
ing and evangelistic work, Sendai, Japan, 1898-99; teacher Bible and 
ethics, Duncan Acad., Tokyo, 1899-1901 ; ord. Yotsuya Bapt. ch., Tokyo, 
May 1900; p. Yotsuya ch., Tokyo, May 1900-Dec. 01; dean of the 
Female department, Doshisha C, Kyoto, 1902-05; p. Kagoshima ch., 
1906-07; pres. Fukuoka T. S., 1907- Author, Outline of Systematic 
Theology; The Social Teaching of Jesus. 

Address, 105 Daiymo Machi, Fukuoka, Japan. 

WILLIAM DEGROFF CHIPP, b. Kingston, N. Y., Sep. 5, 1869; 
Kingston Acad., 1890-93; U. R. 1893-94; U. T. S. 1895-97; ord. Rosen- 
dale. N. Y., Feb. 19, 1895; p. Rosendale, Feb.-Oct. 1895; Ridgefield 
Park, N. J., Nov. 1895-Aug. 97; R. T. S. 1898; p. Bluffton, Ind., Sep. 
1898-Sep. 99; mercantile pursuits, Kingston, N. Y., Sep. 1899-. 

Address, Kingston, N. Y. 

CLAYTON SEDGWICK COOPER, b. Henderson, N. Y., May 24, 
1869; B. U. 1894; College secy., of the International Committee, Y. 
M. C. A., 1894-95 ; U. T. S. 1895-97 ; general secy., Central Y. M. C. A., 
New York, N. Y., 1895-97; R. T. S. 1898; graduate student, U. C, 
summer, 1898; ord. Lynn, Mass., Sep. 29, 1898; p. Washington St. 
ch., Lynn, 1898-1902; International Student Bible Secy., Y. M. C. A., 
1902-. Author, Brief History of Student Voluntary Bible Study; 
Things Which Make a Bible Class Effective; Maintenance of Interest 
and Attendance in Bible Classes. 

Address, 124 East 28th St., New York City. 

JOHN ALASKO CURTIS, b. Jeflferson, la., Jan. 4, 1870; Des M. C. 
1895; ord. Langfit, la., Sep. 8, 1894; p. Langfit, 1893-94; Stuart, 1894- 
95; R. T. S. 1898; p. Greece, N. Y., 1895-98; miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, 
Kanigiri, India, 1898-Apr. 1903; Donakonda, Apr. 98-; furlough in 
U. S., Apr. 1906-Nov. 07. Address, Donakonda, Nellore Dist., India. 

CHAPMAN LIBERTY DAKIN, b. Rose Grove, la., Jan. 1, 1866; 
Des M. C. 1895; R. T. S. 1898; ord. Chili Center, N. Y., June 10, 
1898; p. Chili Center, May 1897-Apr. 1904; Springville, Apr. 1904- 
June 07; Massena, June 1907-. Address, Massena, N. Y. 

DAVID ROBERT DAVIES, b. Hansethaiam, N. Wales, July 12, 1866; 
Ripon C. 1895; R. T. S. 1898; ord. Johnson's Creek, N. Y., Sep. 15, 
1898; p. Johnson's Creek, June 1898-June 1903; Weyauwega and Man- 
awa. Wis., Oct. 1903-Feb. 07 ; Campbellsport, Feb. 1907- 

Address, Campbellsport, Wis. 

HERBERT JAY DUNTON, b. Jessup, la., Oct. 31, 1870; Wheaton 
C. 1895; R. T. S. 1898; ord. Tekamah, Neb., Dec. 20, 1898; p. Teka- 

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mah, Dec. 1898-1902; Lacon and Sparland, 111., 1902-04; farming 
Cherryvale, Kan., 1904-05 ; farming and supplying pulpits, West Chi- 
cago, 111., 1905- Address, West Chicago, 111. 

FREDERICK WILLIAM HATCH, b. Washington, D. C, Feb. 23, 
1873; Colg. U. 1895; R. T. S. 1898; ord. Saugerties, N. Y., July 26, 
1898; p. Saugerties, June 1898-Oct. 1901; Eau Claire, Wis., Nov. 1901- 
Sep. 05; Beloit, Oct. 1905- 

Address, 548 East Grand Ave., Beloit, Wis. 

JOHN FRANCIS HERGET, b. St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 7, 1873; W. J. 
C. 1895; ord. St. Louis, Mo., Mar. 31, 1895; R. T. S. 1898; p. Maple 
St. mission, Buflfalo, N. Y., Oct. 1895-June 1898; Water Tower ch., 
St. Louis, Mo., June 1898-May 1902; supt. of missions, St. Louis Bapt. 
Assn., May 1902-Feb. 04; p. Ninth St. ch., Cincinnati, O., Feb. 1904-. 
Author, Bible City — A Primer of Christian Doctrine. 

Address, 15 W. 9th St., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

FRANK FAY HIMES, b. New Hudson, N. Y., July 19, 1866; U 
R. 1895; R. T. S. 1898; ord. Sherman, N. Y., June 28, 1899; p. Sher- 
man, N. Y., May 1899-May 1902; Rose, July 1902-Apr. 08; Romulus, 
Apr. 1908-. Address, Romulus, New York. 

HENRY EUGENIUS HODGE, b. Beech, Mich., Oct. 24, 1868; U. 
Mich. 1889-95; R. T. S. 1898; ord. Boston, Mass., Oct. 23, 1898; as- 
sistant p. First ch., Boston, May 1898-Dec. 99; p. First ch., Winchester, 
Dec. 1899-. clerk of New England Bapt. Library Asso., Boston, Apr. 
1908-. Address, Winchester, Mass. 

GEORGE ALEXANDER LEARN, b. Bertie, Canada, Aug. 27, 1867; 
U. R. 1895; R. T. S. 1898; ord. Hannibal, N. Y., Sep. 29, 1898; p. 
Hannibal, N. Y., June 1898-1900; Montavilla and Sellwood, Ore., 1900- 
09; Kodiak Bapt. Orphanage. Wood Island, Alaska, 1909-. 

Address, Wood Island, Alaska. 

MALCOLM ARCHIBALD MacLEAN, b. Montague, Canada, July 
25, 1870 ; Ac. C. 1895 ; U. C. 1895-97 ; R. T. S. 1898 ; ord. North Sydney, 
Cape Breton, N. S., Sep. 20, 1898; p. North Sydney, May 1898-May 
1900; Truro, May 1900-July 06; Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Aug. 
1906- Address, 119 5th St., N. W., Portage la Prairie, Man., Can. 

FRANK BUCKNER MATTHEWS, b. Mackinaw, 111., Oct. 12, 1870; 
U. O. 1895; R. T. S. 1898; ord. N. Tonawanda, N. Y., Nov. 26, 1898; 
p. N. Tonawanda, Sep. 1898-Sep. 99; Immanuel ch., Newton, Mass., 
Sep. 1899-May 09 ; First ch., Redlands, Calif., May 1909-. 

Address, Cajon St., Redlands, Calif. 
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1898 

WALTER BERTRAND McNINCH, b. Concsus, N. Y., April 26, 
1867; U. R. 1895; R. T. S. 1898; ord. Marion, N. Y., July 14, 1898; p. 
Marion, July 1898-Scp. 1904; Camiikis, Sep. 1904-Apr. 09; Trumans- 
burg, Apr. 1909-. Graduate student, Syracuse U., Sociology, 1905-06. 
D.D., Oskalocsa C, 1909. Address, Trumansburg, N. Y. 

ROWLAND CYRUS MERRILL, b. Champion, N. Y., Jan. 16. 1868; 
Coig. U. 1890; Colg. T. S. 1890-91; prof. History and Economics in 
Ottawa U., Kan.. 1893-96; R. T. S. 1898; ord. Pittsford, N. Y., Sep. 
20. 1898; p. Tittsford, 1898-Apr. 1900; Afton, Apr. 1900-Dec. 02; 
Oneida. Dec. 1902-July 04; prof, of Latin, S. C, Upper Alton. 111.. 
July 1904-Sep. 08; prof, of Latin. F. C, Franklin, Ind., Sep. 1908-. 

Address, 898 E. Jefiferson St.. Franklin, Ind. 

WILLIAM CAREY NEWTON, b. Sampson Co., N. C, Oct. 6, 1873; 
W. F. C. 1895; ord. Wake Forest, N. C, June 12, 1893; R. T. S. 1898; 
p. Alexander Ave. ch.. New York, N. Y., June 1898-Mar. 99; First 
ch., Goldsboro, N. C, June 1899-Mar. 1901; First ch., Greensboro, N. 
C, Mar. 1901-Dec. 02; miss, in Teng Chow, China, Feb. 1903-Feb. 08; 
prof, in Bush T. S., Feb. 1908- On furlough in U. S.. 1909-10. Grad- 
uate Student. R. T. S., 1909-10. 

Address in U. S., S. Bapt. Conv., Richmond. Va.. or Hwanghsein, 
China. 

EDWARD BAYARD SHAW, b. Toronto, Ont.. Nov. 1, 1859; ord. 
Lawson. Mo., July 12, 1891 ; W. J. C. 1893 ; p. Lawson and Weston, 
1890-92; Brookfield. Jan. 1892-Jan. 1895; R. T. S. 1898; p. Wyoming, 
N. Y., Feb. 1895-June 1898; evangelist, St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 1898-Dec. 
1901; p. Amherst, Mass., Dec. 1901-Dec. 03; Pawtucket, R. I., Jan. 
1904-Aug. 06; Mansfield, Mass., August 1906-09; Memorial Baptist 
ch., Brooklyn, N. Y.. 1909-. Address. 427 16th Street. Brooklyn. N. Y. 

ARTHUR HENRY SIMPSON, b. Wolverton, Bucks, England, Feb. 
28, 1869; U. R. 1895; R. T. S. 1898; ord. Syracuse, N. Y., Sep. 29, 
1898; p. Lowell Ave. Bapt. ch., Syracuse, July, 1898-1902; Cazenovia, 
Aug. 1902-Dec. 1904; Mansfield, Penn., Jan. 1905-Oct. 1907; First ch. 
W. Chester, Nov. 1907- Address, 31 Dean St., W. Chester, Penn. 

REST FENNER SMITH, JR., b. Brooklyn, N. Y., May 8, 1870; Y. 
U. 1894; S. B. T. S. 1894-95; U. C. 1895-96; Mansfield College, Oxford 
U., England, 1896-97 ; R. T. S. 1898 ; not ord. ; teaching, East Orange. 
N. J.. 1898-. Address, East Orange, N. J. 

ALBAN DAVID SORENSEN, b. La Crosse, Wis., May 7, 1869; D. 
U. 1893; graduate student, D. U. 1893-95; R. T. S. 1898; graduate 
student. U. C. 1898-1900; Fellow in Sociology, ib., 1899-1900; ib.. spring, 

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1898 

1903- ; Instructor Philosophy and Education, Alfred (N. Y.) U. 1900-01 ; 
Master Mathematics, Peddie Institute, 1901-02; travel, Alaska and 
Pacific Coast, 1902-03; associate prof, of Philosophy, Cy. C. 1903-05; 
graduate work, 1905-07; prof. Philosophy, Temple C, Philadelphia, 
1907-. Address, 1908 N. 13th St., Philadelphia, Penn. 

ERWIN BRIGHAM TAFT, b. Weston, Mich., July 2, 1872; Kal. C, 
1895; R. T. S. 1898; ord. Rochester, N. Y., Nov. 17, 1898; p. North 
ch., Rochester, 1898-July 1901 ; health failed ; Lone Star ch., Prescott, 
Ariz., Oct. 1901-May 07; First ch., Cripple Creek, Colo., May 1907- 
10; Fairbury, Neb., 1910-. Address, Fairbury, Neb. 

WILLIAM PETER TODD, b. Lexington, Va., Sep. 10, 1868; Lincoln 
U. 1895; Colg. T. S. 1895-96; R. T. S. 1898; prof. State Univ., Louis- 
ville, Ky., 1898-99; principal, colored high school, Lexington, Va., 1899- 
1903; principal, Salisbury Grammar & Industrial School, 1903-06; na- 
tional organizer for benevolent order of Galilean Fishermen, 1906-08; 
teaching Indianapolis, Ind. 1908-. Constant pulpit supply. 

Address, 809 Fayette St., Indinapolis Indiana. 

RUFUS HILES TRAVER, b. Prestenkill, N. Y., Mar. 26, 1871; U. 
R. 1894; R. T. S. 1898; ord. Hilton, N. Y., Nov. 28, 1898; p. Hilton, 
1898-1903; Pontiac, Mich., 1903- 

Address, 35 School St., Pontiac, Mich. 

JOHN FRANKLIN WATTS, b. Portland, Me., Nov. 30, 1869; B. U. 

1895; N. T. I. 1895-96; R. T. S. 1898; ord. Sioux City, la., July 1, 
1898; p. First ch., Sioux City, June 1898-June 1905; Fairbury, Neb., 
Sept. 1905-Apr. 1910; retired, ill health, Apr. 1910-. Lecturer, on 
Social Problems, G. I. C, 1907-08; pres. la. Bapt. Ministers Conference, 
1901 ; pres Neb. Bapt. Ministers Conference, 1907. 

Address, Bassett, Neb. 

ARTHUR FRANCIS WHITE, b. Grafton, Vt., Oct. 20, 1867; Kal. 
C. 1895; R. T. S. 1898; ord. Mason, Mich., Aug. 31, 1898; p. Mason, 
June 1898-June 1906; Payette, Ida., July 1906-10; Laclede, Ida., 1910-. 

Address, Laclede, Idaho. 

ORA C. WRIGHT, b. Orleans, Ind., Jan. 30, 1872; F. C. 1895; R. T. 
S. 1898; ord. Definance, O., July 27, 1898; p. Defiance, June 1898-Jan. 
1900; Calvary ch., Evansville, Ind., Jan-Nov. 1900; Madison, S. D., 
Nov. 1900-Nov. 01; Ogden, Utah, Nov. 1901-May 04; Eugene, Ore., 
May 1904- ; graduate student, U. O., (Sociology and Economy) 1904- 
05; pres. Ore. Bapt. State Conv., 1908-. 

Address, 255 E. 9th Street, Eugene, Ore, 
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1899 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Johnson Levi Miner, b. Mt. Whatley, N. B., Mar. 4, 1867; Ac. C. 
1S<;5; ord. Arcadia, N. S., July 19, 1895; R. T. S. 1895-96; p. Amherst, 
N. S., 1896-97; dismissed to N. T. I. Address, Flemington, N. J. 

Alfred William Rogers, b. Brantford, Ont., Apr. 19, 1868; Colg. U. 
1894; ord. Buffalo, N. Y., Dec. 18. 1894; p. Schuylcrville, N. Y., July 
1894-July 95; R. T. S. 1895-97; p. Ransomville, Nov. 1895-Apr. 97; 
Gouverneur, Apr. 1897-Nov. 1903; Memorial ch., Troy, N. Y., Nov. 
1903-Dcc. 05; Enimanuol ch., Schenectady, Dec. 1905-. 

Address, 1106 State St., Schenectady, N. Y. 

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1899 

GRADUATES 

JOSEPH B. TRAVIS, Class Secretary 

GEORGE RANDOLPH BAKER, b. Randolph, New Brunswick, Dec. 
25, 1871; Corn. U. 1896; ord. Cumberland Bay, N. B., June 19, 1896; 
p. First Grand Lake ch. ; Second Grand Lake ch. ; R. T. S. 1899; p. 
Fort Plain, N. Y., May 1899-May 1902; First ch., Leominster, Mass., 
May 1902-. Address, 16 Orchard St., Leominster, Mass. 

WILLIAM PETER CANINE, b. Harlan, la., Dec. 11, 1870; Des M. 

C. 1896; R. T. S. 1899; ord. New Hampton, la., Sep. 5, 1899; p. New 
Hampton. 1899-1904; (Tames and) Toledo, la., 1904-Feb. 09; James- 
town, 1909-. Address, 401 2nd Ave., S., Jamestown, N. D. 

ALEXANDER DOUGLAS, b. Alva, Scotland, July 7, 1860; Bu. U. 
1896 ; R. T. S. 1899 ; graduate student, U. C, 1899-1900 ; p. Aneta, N. D. 
1900-04; Sentinel Butte, 1904-05; graduate student, U. C. 

Address, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

GEORGE RECTOR DYE, b. Lockhart's Run, W. Va.. Apr. 19, 1870; 

D. U. 1895; ord. Sunbury, C, Sep. 5, 1895; p. Sunbury, Mar. 1895- 
Sep. 1896 ; R. T. S. 1899 ; p. Parma, N. Y., June 1897-Aug. 1899 ; Phil- 
lippi, W. Va., Oct. 1899-Aug. 1901 ; miss. A. B. F. M. Soc. Burma, Sep. 
1901-Dec. 07; on home furlough, 1907-Dec. 09; Field Worker with 
A. B. F. M. Soc. Dec. 1909-. Ph.D., Ewing, C, (in course) 1909. 
Author, Asia calls for Christ. Address, Granville, Ohio. 

FREDERICK FISCHER, b. Marietta, C, Sep. 2, 1868; D. U., 1892- 
94; R. T. S. 1899; ord. Bellevue, O., Aug. 1899; p. Bellevuc, Aug. 1899- 
Nov. 1902; Valley ch.. Marietta. Nov. 1902-Jan. 05; Calvary ch.. Piqua, 

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Jan. 1905-July 07; associate p. Linden Ave. ch., Dayton, July 1907- 
Oct. 08; First ch., Greenville, Nov. 1908- Author, The Changing of 
Captain Thornton; Sunday School Problems. 

Address, 310 Devor St., Greenville, Ohio. 

LEMUEL ADDISON GARRISON, b. Blakesburg, la., Aug. 19, 1871; 
Central U. of la., 1896; R. T. S. 1899; prof. Mental and Moral Science, 
Central U. of la., Pella, 1899; vice pres., ib., Jan, 1900-June, 03; pres. 
ib., June 1903-June 09; Graduate study, H. U. (Philosophy), 1909-. 
Chairman, Executive Committee Iowa Baptist Educational Society, 
1904-08. D. D., S. C, 1905. Address, Hudson, Mass. 

JAMES WESLEY GRAVES, b. Brookston, Ind., Jan. 25, 1868; F. 
C. 1896; R. T. S. 1899; ord. Gibbon, Neb., Oct. 18, 1899; p. Gibbon, 
June, 1899-Dec. 1901; Waverly, la., Jan. 1902-Mar. 04; Dubuque, Mar. 
1904-Dec. 07; Calvary ch., Des Moines, Dec. 1907-. (Pastor at Men- 
don, N. Y., Oct. 1896-Oct. 1897) before ordination. Secy. la. Bapt. 
Ed. Soc. Oct. 1908. recording secy., la. Bapt. State Conv. Oct. 1908-. 
instructor, Homiletics and Pastoral Theo., Des M. C, 1908- 

Address, 902 Penn Ave., Des Moines, Iowa. 

EDWIN MILTON GRIFFIN, b. Buffalo, N. Y., July 24, 1868; Corn. 
U. 1890; U. C. 1893; ord. Hillsdale, Mich., Nov. 22, 1893; p. Hillsdale, 
1893-95; R. T. S. 1899; p. Kent, N. Y., 1895-1900; Ft. Scott, Kans., 
1900-05; Beach Port, N. Y., 1906-07; Des Moines, la., 1907- 

Address, 1520 13th St., Des Moines, Iowa. 

WILLIAM JASPER HOWELL, b. Washington Co., Neb., Dec. 13, 

1870; W. F. C. 1896; ord. Greenville, Tenn., Nov. 12, 1893; p. Jones- 
boro, 1893-Aug. 1894; Franklinton, N. C. ; Youngsville; R. T. S. 1899; 
p. Dalton, N. Y., Oct. lS96-May 98; Irondequoit, June 1898-May 99; 
Cortland, June 1899-Aug. 1905 ; graduate student, Divinity School, U. 
C, Oct. 1905-June 08; p. First ch., Columbia, Mo., Sept. 1909-. 

Address, Columbia, Mo. 

ELLIOT TRANSEL HUMPTON, b. Kylertown, Pa., June 26, 1862; 
W. J. C. 1896; R. T. S. 1899; ord. Monroeville, O., Jan. 30, 1900; p. 
Monroeville, Jan. 1900-Jan. 03; Sater's ch., Brooklandville, Md., Jan. 
1903-June 06; North ch., Chester, Pa., June 1906-. 

Address, 2341 Providence Ave., Chester, Pa. 

FREDERICK CROSBY LOVETT, b. Norwich, Vt., June 12, 1872; 
Colg. U. 1896; R. T. S. 1899; ord. Park Rapids, Minn., Jan. 4, 1900; 
p. Park Rapids, Dec. 1899-May 1901 ; Wheaton, Minn., Nov. 1901-Nov. 
06; Grants Pass, Ore., Nov. 1906-. 

Address, 661 N. 2nd St.. Grants Pass, Ore. 

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CHARLES ASA MERRILL, h. New Boston, N. H., Apr. 28, 1865; 
Cy. U. 1892; instructor, Natural Sciences, Conn. Literary Institute, 
Sufficld, Conn., 1892-93; superintendent, Public Instruction, Ilolden- 
Leiccster district, Mass., 1893-94; R. T. S. 1899; p. Hermitage, N. Y., 
1894-95; North ch., Rochester, 1895-97; Hermitage, 1897-June 1900; 
Castile,' July 1900-Nov. 03 ; Park Street ch., S. Framingham, Mass., 
Dec. 1903-JuIy 08. president of the Law and Order League of Monroe 
Co., N. Y., 1896-98; general secy.. Law and Order League, Lowell, 
Mass.. May 1908-Jan. 1910. Address, 12 Burtt St., Lowell, Mass. 

HARRY EISENBREY MILES, b. Wethersfield, 111., Sep. 30, 1863; 
I). U. 1896; R. T. S. 1899; ord. Yates, N. Y., June 29, 1899; p. Yates, 
June 1899-Oct. 1904: Huda. 111.. Oct. 1904-Nov. 08; Chillicolhe. Nov. 
1908-. Address, Chillicothe, 111. 

NEWTON ELWOOD MILLER, b. Xenia, O.. Oct. 26, 1871; Ottawa 
U. 1896; R. T. S. 1899; ord. Ripley, N. Y., June 29, 1899; p. Ripley, 
June 1899-May 1903; Hunt Ave., Buffalo, May 1903-10; Wilson, 1910- 

Address, Wilson, N. Y. 

CHARLES HENRY HOWARD MOORE, b. Quasqueton, la., Jan. 
10, 1868; Des M. C. 1896; R. T. S. 1899; ord. LeMars, la., Dec. 5, 
1899; p. LeMars, Dec. 1899-1902; miss. p. Mt. Vernon and Athens, 
Ore., 1902-04; p. Shell Rock, la., 1904-05; Sigourney, 1905-06; New 
Hartford, 1907-09; miss. p. Manhattan, Mont., 1909-. 

Address, Manhattan, Mont. 

CHARLES WILLIS PARK, b. Millbury, Mass., June 24, 1867; B. U. 
1893-96; N. T. I. 1896-97; R. T. S. 1899; ord. Fort Dodge, la., June 28. 
1899 ; p. Fort Dodge, June 1899-Nov. 1900 ; Millbury, Mass., Sept. 1901- 
Jan. 06 ; East Aurora, N. Y., Jan. 1906-Apr. 07 ; Penfield, Nov. 1907- 

Address, Penfield, N. Y. 

CHRISTEN ESBERN PETERS, b. Blans, Schleswig, Germany, Dec. 
29, 1869; Wheaton C. 1896; R. T. S. 1899; (B. D. 1906) ; ord. Jordan, 
N. Y., Mar. 27, 1900; p. Jordan, May 1899-Dec. 1900; Ord, Neb., Dec. 
1900-Nov. 02; District miss., South Platte Territory, Neb., Nov. 1902- 
Sept. 04; Wahoo, Sept. 1904-09; Joliet, 111.. 1909-. Ph. D. (in course) 
111. Wesleyan U., 1909. Address, Joliet, 111. 

HENRY ALFORD PORTER, b. Fredericton. New Brunswick, Nov. 
15. 1871; McM. U. 1894; Divinity School, McM. U., 1894-95; ord. 
Bridgewater, N. S., Dec. 4, 1895; p. Bridgewater, Nov. 1895-Aug. 96; 
Kentville, N. S., Oct. 1896-Sep. 97; R. T. S. 1899; p. First ch., Cedar 
Rapids, la.. May 1899-Nov. 1904; First ch., Oklahoma City, Okla., Nov. 
1904-Nov. 07 ; Walnut St. ch., Louisville, Ky., Nov. 1907-. D.D.. Cen- 
tral C. of Iowa, 1905. Address, 516 W. St. Catherine St., Louisville, Ky. 

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CHARLES CALVERT SMOOT, b. Alexandria, Va., Feb. 28, 1874; 
California C. 1896 B. S. ; R. T. S. 1899; ord. Eugene, Oregon, Oct. 
25, 1899; p. Eugene, Sep. 1899-Nov. 1901; united with Cong, denomina- 
tion ; later Unitarian denomination ; salesman. 

Address, 3912 18th St., Fruitvale, Calif. 

*ELMER LEROY STEEN, b. Owego, N. Y., Mar. 20, 1874; Colg. 
U. 1896 ; R. T. S. 1899 ; ord. Owego, N. Y., Sep. 18, 1901 ; supply, Neth- 
erwood and Kent, 1900 ; Copenhagen, 1901-02 ; invalid ; w. c. Owego, 
1902-06; d. Owego, N. Y., Apr. 1906. 

JOHN CLARK TIBBITS, b. Utica, N. Y., July 30, 1870; Colg. U., 
1896 Ph. B.; R. T. S. 1899; ord. Baldwinsville, N. Y., Sept. 19, 1899; 
p. First ch., Baldwinsville, Sep. 1899-1901; Trumansburg, May 1901- 
May 05 ; in business, Utica, May 1905-July 07 ; p. First ch., Chester, 
Conn., July 1907-. Address, W. Main St., Chester, Conn. 

JOSEPH BINGHAM TRAVIS, b. Visalia, Calif., Feb. 2, 1869; Cali- 
fornia C. 1896; R. T. S. 1899; ord. Rochester, N. Y., Sep. 12, 1899; 
p. Parsells Ave. ch., Rochester, Nov. 1896-May 04; Grants Pass, Ore., 
July 1904-Oct. 06; supt. San Francisco Bapt. Church Extension Socty., 
Nov. 1906-Nov. 08; p. Bethel ch., ib., Nov. 1908-Nov. 09; S. S. miss., 
A. B. P. Soc, for N. Calif. Dec. 1909-. Author (with I. N. DePuy) 
Outline of Bible Facts and History. 

Address, 1606 23rd Ave., Oakland, Calif. 

ROY LEO VAN DEMAN, b. Indianapolis, Ind., Sep. 3, 1873; F. C. 
1896; R. T. S. 1899; ord. Piqua, O., Sep. 7, 1899; p. Piqua, Sep. 1899- 
Jan. 03; Three Rivers, Mich., Sept. 1904-Feb. 06; prof. Greek and 
English Interpretation, Atlanta Bapt. Divinity School, Oct. 1906-. 

Address, Atlanta, Ga. 

GEORGE HENRY WATERS, b. Peekskill, N. Y., Nov. 17, 1871; 
P. U. 1896; R. T. S. 1896; ord. Paterson, N. J., May 25, 1899; miss. 
A. B. F. M. Soc, Swatow, China, 1899- ; prof. Church History, Ash- 
more T. S., Swatow, 1909-. 

Address in U. S., A. B. F. M. Soc, Ford Bldg., Boston, Mass. 

CHARLES RICHARD WELDEN, b. Pattonsburg, Mo., Jan. 25, 1870; 
U. Neb. 1895; U. C. 1895-96; R. T. S. 1899; ord. Wayne, Neb., Sep. 
22, 1899; p. Wayne, July 1899-June 1903; Hastings, June 1903-Oct. 04; 
Peru, Oct. 1905-Nov. 08; graduate study, Univ. of Nebraska, 1909. 
pres. Nebraska B. Y. P. U., 1903-04. 

Address, 1328 S. 14th St., Lincoln, Nebraska. 
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1900 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Ulis Luke Joyce, b. Westcrlo, N. Y., Nov. 19, 1867; U. R. 1896; R. T. S. 
1896-97; ord. VVesterlo, N. Y., Apr. 20, 1898; p. Westerlo, Dec. 1897- 
Nov. 1900; New Baltimore, Dec. 1900-Jiily 03; Wyoming, Aug. 1903- 
July 08; Butler, Pa., Aug. 1908-. 

Address, 236 West Clay St., Butler, Pa. 

*Thomas Evarts Kimball, b. Castalia, la., Oct. 3, 1873; Des M. C. 1896; 
R. T. S. 1896-98; ord. Farman, Neb., May 23, 1899; p. Farman, Jan. 
1899-1901 ; invalid in Colo, and Neb., 1901-05 ; d. Wakefield, Neb., Mar. 
19, 1905. 

David Livingston Parker, b. Liverpool, N. S., Apr. 19, 1869; Ac. C. 
1894; Colg. T. S., Jan.-June 1895; R. T. S. Sep.-Dec. 1896; 

Address, Yorkville, 111. 

Lindsay Josiah Slaughenwhite, b. Lancook, N. S., Jan. 11, 1864; Ac. C. 
1894; ord. W. Jeddore, N. S., July 4, 1894; p. W. Jeddore, July 1894- 
July 96; R. T. S. Sep. 1896- Feb. 1897; p. Port Hawkesbury, Cape 
Breton, N. S., Oct. 1898-1901; health failed. 

Address, Summerland, B. C. 
29-*2 

1900 

JOHN W. MOORE, Class Secretary 

GRADUATES 

ADONIRAM JUDSON ARCHIBALD, b. Shelburne, N. S., July 10, 
1874; Ac. C. 1896; N. T. I. 1897-99; ord. Shirley, Mass., Aug. 2, 1899; 
R. T. S. 1900; p. Little Glace Bay, N. S., 190(>-Dec. 1902; Digby, N. S., 
Jan. 1903-xMay 07 ; Sasketoon, Sask., May 1907-Nov. 08 ; Digby, N. S., 
Nov. 1908-. Address, Digby, Nova Scotia. 

ARTHUR CHARLES BALDWIN, b. Rochester, N. Y., Aug. 9, 1875; 
D. U. 1896; instructor in Greek, Doane Academy, Granville, O., 1896-97; 
R. T. S. 1900 ; ord. Ballston Spa, N. Y., June 20, 1900 ; p. Ballston Spa, 
1900-Mar. 06; First ch., Aurora, 111., Mar. 1906-May 08; First ch., 
Fall River, Mass., May 1908-. 

Address, 575 Maple St., Fall River, Mass. 

ELMER GRANT BARNUM, b. Sanborn, N. Y., Oct. 14, 1868; U. R. 
1896; R. T. S. 1900; ord. Park Ave ch., Rochester, N. Y.. Nov. 28, 1900; 
p. Republic, Wash., Dec. 1900-July 01; teaching, 1904-08; supply. Mon- 
leithsville, Va., 1908- Address, Fredericksburg, Va. 

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MILLARD BRELSFORD, b. Bowlusville, O., Aug. 17, 1873; D. U. 
1897; R. T. S. 1900; B. D. 1907; ord. Urbana, O., June 28, 1900; 
p. Urbana, O., 1900-Mar. 05 ; E. Cleveland, O., Mar. 1905-. 

Address, 74 Page Ave., East Cleveland, Ohio. 

ARCHIE WELLS CAUL, b. Antwerp, N. Y., Dec. 28, 1868; Des 
M. C. 1896; R. T. S. 1900; ord. Manchester, la., June 22, 1900; 
p. Manchester, la., 1900-Jan. 06; miss., A. B. H. M. Soc, Lander, Wye, 
Feb.-May 1906; p. Vinton, la., July 1906- Address, Vinton, Iowa. 

JOHN HARVEY DEERE, b. Bluff Mills, Ind., Aug. 31, 1871; F. C. 
1897; R. T. S. 1900; ord. Lima, O., Nov. 15, 1900; p. Lima, Aug. 1900- 
Aug. 02; Jefferson, Tenn., Aug. 1902-Apr. 04; Morristown, Apr. 1904- 
Feb. 05; Shelbyville. Ind., Mar. 1905-Dec. 06; supply, First ch. Redlands, 
Calif., Sept. 1907-Dec. 08; p. Memorial ch. S. Pasadena, Dec. 1908-. 
Address, 1716 Mission St., S, Pasadena, Calif. 

LYMAN MORSE DENTON, b. Little River, N. S., Sep. 9, 1869; 
Ac. C. 1896; principal high school. Round Hill, N. S., 1894-95; Chester, 
1896-97; R. T. S. 1900; ord. Lincoln, Neb., July 31, 1900; p. E. Lincoln 
ch., June 1900- ; graduate studies, Ac. C, (Church History and Ethics). 

Address, 612 North 26th St., Lincoln, Neb. 

WALTER EVERETT DE YARMETT, b. Zanesville, O., July 26, 
1870; D. U. 1897; R. T. S. 1900; ord. Rochester, N. Y., 1900; p. Ply- 
mouth Ave. ch., Rochester, N. Y., April 1900-Dec. 02 ; Peters Creek ch., 
Library, Pa., Jan. 1903-July 05 ; Calvary ch., Irwin, Feb. 1906- 

Address, 29 Webster Ave., Irwin, Pa. 

WILLIAM LEWIS DORGAN, b. Campbell Co., Ky., Jan. 12, 1869; 
W. J. C. 1897 ; ord. Mexico, Mo., Aug. 7, 1897 ; p. Plattsburg, Mo., Jan.- 
Sep. 1897; R. T. S. 1900; p. Cuba, N. Y., 1900-Nov. 04; Danville, Ky.. 
Jan. 190S-Mar. 07; Mt. Vernon, 111., April 1908-. 

Address, 718 Jordan St., Mt. Vernon, 111. 

JACOB SCOT EBERSOLE, b. Springfield, C, Jan. 9, 1869; D. U. 
1897; R. T. S. 1900; ord. Coshocton, O., June 28, 1900; p. Coshocton, 
C, May 1900-Aug. 03; Canandaigua, N. Y., Sept. 1903- Graduate 
studies (Apologetics, Church History and Sociology) Ewing C. 

Address, 20 W. Gibson St., Canandaigua, N. Y. 

WILBER THEODORE ELMORE, b. St. Charles, III., July 29, 1871; 
U. Neb. 1896; graduate student, U. Neb. 1896-97; R. T. S. 1900; ord. 
First ch., Lincoln, Neb., Sept. 25, 1900; miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, Telugu 
Mission, Nov. 1900; Evangelistic work, Nov. 1900-Mar. 1907; actg. pres., 
Ramapatam Theol. Sem., Mar. 1907-Apr. 1908 ; on furlough in U. S., 
1908-. Address in U. S., A. B. F. M. Soc, Ford. Bldg., Boston, Mass. 

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GEORGE ADAMS FAIRBANK, h. Norwich, N. Y., Apr. 12, 1871; 
U. R. 1897; R. T. S. 1900; ord. iMcxico, N. Y., Oct. 30, 1900; p. Mexico, 
N. Y., July 190(>-Nov. 02; S. W. Oswego, Nov. 1902-Nov. 07; Averill 
Park, N. Y., Nov. 1907-. Address, Averill Park, N. Y. 

CHARLES RUMSEY FREEMAN, b. iMilton, N. S., Mar. 23, 1870; 
Carson and Newman C. 1896; ord. Mansfield, Mass., Nov. 27, 1896; 
student, B. U.. Sep.-Dec. 1896; R. T. S. 1900; p. Bridgewater, N. S., Jan. 
1901-June 08; Aylesford, June 1908-. Address Aylesford, Nova Scotia. 

ARTHUR JOHN HAGGETT, b. near Bristol, Eng., Oct. 18, 1869; 
Colg. U. 1897; R. T. S. 1900; ord. Hiawatha, Kansas; p. Hiawath.i, 
Kan., July 190(>-July 04; Calvary ch., Des Moines, Iowa, July 1904- 
Oct. 07; Atcheson, Kan., Oct. 1907-. Address, Atcheson, Kansas. 

PAUL HAYNE, b. Tecumseh, Mich., Jan. 6, 1873; Kal. C. 1897; 
R. T. S. 1900; ord. Syracuse, N. Y., May 13, 1900; p. Tabernacle ch., 
Syracuse, Mar. 1900-Jan. 04; First ch., Batavia, Feb. 1904-Feb. 10; 
Livingston Ave. ch.. New Brunswick, N. J., Feb. 1910-. 

Address, New Brunswick, N. J. 

HERBERT LEONARD HOWARD, b. Tama, la., Sep. 8, 1868; W. J. 
C. 1897; R. T. S. 1900; ord. Naples, N. Y., Nov. 16, 1900; p. Naples, 
N. Y., May 1899-Nov. 1905; Newberg, Ore., Jan. 1906-June 06; Dun- 
kirk, N. Y., Sept. 1906-. Address, 71 West 4th St., Dunkirk, N. Y. 

DAVID LEE JAMISON, b. Laurel Point, W. Va., Oct. 15, 1867; 
U. W. Va., 1888; Law School, U. W. Va. 1889-90; Columbia U. 1890-91 ; 
practiced law, Parkersburg, W. Va., Sep. 1891-Oct. 94; Divinity School, 
U. C. 1894-95; ord. Parkersburg, W. Va., Aug. 14, 1895; p. Gas City, 
Ind., Sep. 1895-June 98; R. T. S. 1900; p. Fredonia, N. Y., Sept. 1900- 
August 05 ; Albion, Sept. 1905- Address, 8 W. Park St., Albion, N. Y. 

FRANK SOULE KENYON, b. Hamlin, N. Y., May 20, 1873; U. R. 
1897; R. T. S. 1900; ord. Weedsport, N. Y., June 29, 1900; p. Weedsport, 
Dec. 1899-Mar. 1903; Park Ave. ch., Paterson, N. J., Mar. 1903-Feb. 
08; Fairport, N. Y., Feb. 1908- Address, Fairport, N. Y. 

GEORGE DICKER KNIGHTS, b. Grant, N. Y., Mar. 3, 1864; Colg. 
U. 1891; teacher in the "Hamilton School," Philadelphia, Pa., 1891-97; 
graduate student in English Literature, Anglo-Saxon and Pedagogy, 
U. Pa., 1895-97; R. T. S. 1900; ord. East Aurora, N. Y., July 3, 1900; 
p. East Aurora, N. Y., May 1899-Sep. 1905; Upper Alton, 111., Sep. 
1905-Sep. 09; prof. Eng. Lit., U. of Redlands, Calif., Sep. 1909-. D.D., 
S. C, 1908. Address, Box 625, Redlands, Calif. 

GUY CALEB LAMSON, b. Williamsville, Vt., June 29, 1875; Mid. 
C 1896; R. T. S. 1900; ord. Brattlcboro, Vt, May 17, 1900; miss. p. 

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Vt. Bapt. State Conv., at N. Cornwall, June 1900-Apr. 02; First ch., 
Montpelier, Apr. 1902-Dec. 05 ; First ch., Hyde Park, Mass., Dec. 1905- 
chaplain to House of Representatives, Vt., Legislature, 1904-1906; 
member Vt. Interdenominational Comity Commission, 1902-1905. 

Address, 61 Oak St., Hyde Park, Mass. 

CHARLES GILBERT McDANIEL, b. Prince Edward Co., Va., Jan. 
27, 1872; Rich. C. 1897; R. T. S. 1900; ord. Newport News, Va., 1900; 
p. Second ch., Newport News, Va., 1900-02; miss., Soochow, China, 
1902-. Address, Soochow, China. 

PHILETUS HAROLD McDOWELL, b. Montgomery Co., Kan., 
Dec. 28, 1873; Central U. of la. 1897; ord. Hiteman, la., Mar. 31, 1896; 
p. Hiteman, Mar.-July 1896; Ferry, Mar. 1896-Sep. 1897; Eldon, Jan.- 
Sep. 1897; R. T. S. 1900; p. Malvern, la.. May 1900-Jan. 02; Winterset, 
Jan. 1902-June 04; Immanuel ch., Omaha, Neb., Nov. 1904-May 10; 
Roswell, N. Mex., May 1910-. D.D., Central U., 1909. 

Address, Roswell, N. Mex. 

JOHN WEDGWOOD MERRILL, b. Castalia, la., Jan. 4, 1871; U. of 
S. D. 1895 ; ord. Plainview, Neb., Apr. 14, 1896 ; p. Plainview, July 1894- 
Sep. 97; R. T. S. 1900; p. Beatrice, Neb., 1900-05; Nebraska City, 1905- 
1910; Address, 902 5th Corso, Nebraska City, Neb. 

WILL CLIFFORD MONROE, b. Clay Co., 111., May 17, 1864; F. C. 
1895; Divinity School, U. C. Oct. 1895-Apr. 96; R. T. S. 1900; ord. 
Ogden Church, Adams Basin, N. Y., Dec. 18, 1900 ; p. Ogden ch., Adams 
Basin, May 1898-May 1901; Kingsbury, Ind., Jan. 1902-Dec. 1904; 
First ch., Spencer, Jan. 1905-May 06 ; First ch., Waldron, Ind., 
May 1906-June 08; First ch., Rantoul 111., June 1908-10; Woodstock, 
1910-. Address, Woodstock, 111. 

JOHN WARD MOORE, b. Orangeport, N. Y., Apr. 24, 1872; U. R. 
1897; R. T. S. 1900; ord. Saranac Lake, N. Y., October 26, 1900; p. 
Calvary ch., Saranac Lake, N. Y., May 1900-Sept. 02; Bunker Hill 
ch., Charlestown, Mass., Oct. 1902-Sep. 07; First ch., Bellows Falls, Vt., 
Sept. 07- Address, 74 Atkinson St., Bellows Falls, Vt. 

ALFRED HANDLEY CHIPMAN MORSE, b. Bridgetown, N. S., 
Sep. 21, 1871; Ac. C. 1896; ord. Bridgewater, N. S., Sep. 29, 1896; p. 
Bridgewater, Sep. 1896-Sep. 97; R. T. S. 1900; B. D., 1907; p. Corning, 
N. Y., June 190a-Feb. 04; Strong Place ch., Brooklyn, Feb. 1904-. 
pres. Baptist Ministers Conference of New York City, 1908-09. Au- 
thor, Sermons; Christianity and Social Questions. 

Address, 54 Strong Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
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CASSIUS WESLEY NICHOLS, h. Williamstown. Mo., Feb. 4, 1872; 
La. Gr. C. 1896; R. T. S. 1900; ord. Van Wert, O., Nov. 2, 1900; p. Van 
Wert, O., June 1900-Oct. 02; miss, to the Mormons, Springville, Utah. 
Oct. 1902-Ocl. 04; p. Murphyboro, 111., Oct. 1904-Dec, 06; Lindsay, 
Calif., Jan. 1907-Feb. 08; Belleville, 111., Feb. 1908-. 

Address, Belleville, 111. 

CHARLES ELLIOTTE PARKER, b. Buffalo, N. Y., Jan. 31, 1868; 
U. R. 1896: R. T. S. 1900; ord. Buffalo, N. Y., April 23, 1901; p. Addi- 
son, Vt., June 190(>-Mar. 01 ; Fillmore Ave ch., Buffalo, N. Y., May 1903- 
July 05; Canaseraga, N. Y., Nov. 1907-July 08; evangelist and miss. p. 
1908- Address, North Collins, N. Y. 

WILLIS EUGENE PETTIBONE, b. Darien, N. Y., Jan. 1867; U. R. 
1897; R. T. S. 1900; ord. Adirondack, N. Y., Nov. IS, 1900; p. Adirond- 
ack, N. Y., 1900-01 ; Ellensburg, Jan. 1901-May 05 ; Central ch., Spokane, 
Wash., May 1905-. pres., E. Washington and N. Idaho Bapt. Conv. 

Address, 124 Shannon Ave., Spokane, Wash. 

PLEASANT LEE POWELL, b. Thorntown, Ind., Feb. 10, 1873; D. 
U. 1897; ord. Welsh Hills, O-, Aug. 11, 1895; p. Welsh Hills, July 1895- 
Mar. 97; R. T. S. 1900; p. LeRoy, N. Y., July 1900-Sept 05; Frank- 
lin, Ind., Sept. 1905-. D.D., F. C. 1909. 

Address, 51 South Home Ave., Franklin, Ind. 

*OTHO JACKSON REDMON, b. Peru, Ind., Apr. 21, 1874; F. C. 
1897; R. T. S. 1900; p, Lewiston, Idaho, 1900-01. d. Lewiston, Mar. 
10. 1901. 

JAMES CALVIN RICHARDSON, b. Jefferson Co., 111., Aug. 24, 1868; 
Ewing C. 1895; B. D., S. C. 1897; R. T. S. 1900; ord. Mt. Vernon, 111., 
Sept. 1900; p. Howard, Kans., 1900-03; home service, A B. H. M. Soc, 
1903-04; miss. Sandoway, Burma, 1904-10. 

Address, A. B. F. M. Soc, Ford Bldg., Boston, Mass. 

WILLIAM THOMAS RICHARDSON, b. Long Prairie, 111., Nov. 28, 
1869; S. C. 1896; teacher, high school, Alton, 111., 1896-97; R. T. S. 1900; 
ord. Macomb, 111., Nov. 15, 1900; p. Macomb, Sep. 1900-Nov. 04; Wells- 
ville, N. Y., Nov. 1904-Apr. 09; Figueroa ch., Los Angeles, Cal., May 
1909-. Ph.D. (in course). Ewing C. 1903. 

Address, 389 West 46th St., Los Angeles, Cal. 

OTTO SURREY RUSSELL, b. Carroll Co., Mo., Aug. 27, 1870; W. 
J. C. 1894; ord. Carrollton, Mo., June 23. 1894; p. Princeton. Mo., 
July 1894-Oct. 95; Norman, Okla., Oct. 1895-Oct. 96; Higginsville, 
Mo. Oct. 1896-Sept. 97; R. T. S. 1900; p. Slater, June, 1900-Mar. 02; 
Jefferson City, :\Iar. 1902-Mar. 03; Marshall, April 1903-Apr. 07; 

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Hannibal, Sept. 1907-Dec. 1908; secy, and evangelist, Mo. B. Y. P. U. 
Dec. 1908-Sept. 09; p. Marshall, Mo., Sept. 1909-. 

Address, 601 Eastwood Ave., Marshall, Mo. 

ARTHUR ST. CLAIR SLOAN, b. Marion, N. Y., Nov. 30, 1874; 
D. U. 1896; R. T. S. 1900; ord. Perry, O., July 3, 1900; p. Perry, May 
1900-May 02 ; miss, to the Mexicans, San Luis Potosi, Mex., May 1902- 
Mar. 03; p. Galion, O., June 1903-Aug. 04; miss. p. New Mex. and Ariz. 
Aug. 1904-June 06; Tampico, Mex., June 1906-Mar. 08; secy. American 
Consulate, Tampico, Mex., 1906-08; p. Kingsville. O., May 1908-. 
Author, Theory and Practice in the Spanish Inquisition; Expositions 
of Sunday School Lessons (in Spanish), 1902, 1906, 1907. 

Address, Kingsville, O. 

FRED ELMER TAYLOR, b. Bath, Me., Sep. 30, 1875; Cy. C. 1897; 
R. T. S. 1900; ord. Bath, Me., May 24, 1900; p. Moscow, Idaho, 1900-03; 
University Place, Seattle, Wash., 1903-06; supt. and city miss., Seattle 
Bapt. Union, 1906-07; mercantile pursuits, 1907-. 

Address, 15 Augusta Ave., Spokane, Wash. 

CHARLES BUCKLEY TENNY, b. Hilton, N. Y., Sep. 10, 1871; 
U. R. 1897 ; R. T. S. 1900 ; assistant p.. Second ch., Rochester, Aug. 1897- 
1900; ord. Second ch., Rochester, N. Y., Sept. 18, 1900; miss. A. B. F. M. 
See, evangelistic work in Kobe, Japan, Oct. 1900-Dec. 05 ; Kyoto, Dec. 
1905-Sep. 08; on the faculty of the Yokohama Bapt. T. S., Sep. 1908-. 

Address, 45 B Bluff, Yokohama, Japan. 

ROBERT ANDERSON THOMSON, b. Mt. Sterling, Ky., Dec. 26, 
1870; G. C. 1897; R. T. S. 1900; ord. Mt. Sterling, Ky., Dec. 26, 
p. N. Yakima, Wash., Oct. 1900-May 02 ; Pomeroy, Feb. 1903-Mar. 05 ; 
Ellensburg, May 1905-Dec. 08; Palouse, Jan. 1909- 

Address, Palouse, Wash. 

HARRY RALPH WALDO, b. Muncie, Ind., July 28, 1869; F. C. 
1896; ord. Grayford, Ind., June 26, 1894; p. Grayford, 1894-96; Acton, 
Jan. 1896-97; R. T. S. 1900; p. Mendon, N. Y., Oct. 1897-May 1900; 
Ft. Madison, la., June 1900-03; Malvern, 1903-06; Winchester, 111., 
1906-08; Millard Ave. ch., Chicago, 1908- 

Address, 1909 S. Hamlin Street, Chicago, 111. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Christian Armbruster, R. T. S. 1897-98; (for record, vid. G. D., class 
of 1897). 

Charles Knowles Bidwell, b. Seller's Landing, 111., Feb. 4, 1870; B. U. 
1897; R. T. S. 1897-99; dismissed to Colg. T. S. 

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Leonard Weakley Doolan, b. Fincliville, Ky., May 13, 1872; Central 
U. of Ky. 1895; R. T. S. 1897-98; dismissed to S. B. T. S. 

Walter Hiram Harriss. b. Pinckneyville, 111., Nov. 25, 1871; S. C. 
1896; urd. Mt. Vernon, III., July 6, 1896; p. Morissa, July 1896-Sep. 
97; R. T. S. 1897-98; p. Benton, 111., June-Sep. 1898; dismissed to 
San Francisco T. S. 

Frederick Peter Kruse, R. T. S. 1897-98; (for record, vid. G. D., class 

of 1897). 

BoUie Levister. b. Franklin Co., N. C, Mar. 13, 1870; Lincoln U. 
1896; R. T. S. 1897-99; dismissed to Richmond T. S. 

Emil Miiller, R. T. S. 1897-98; (for record, vid. G. D., class of 1897). 

Heinrich Joachim Sellhorn, R. T. S. 1897-98; (for record, vid. G. D., 

class of 1897). 

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1901 

GRADUATES 

CHARLES E. FLANAGIN, Class Secretary 

MYRON EUGENE ADAMS, b. Palmyra, N. Y., Feb. 19, 1876; Syra- 
cuse U. 1898; R. T. S. 1901; engaged in Settlement, Child Labor and 
Juvenile Court work, 1901-04; ord. Park Ave. ch., Rochester, N. Y., 
May 15, 1903; p. Midland, Mich., 1906-09; Warren Ave., Detroit, May 
1909-. dist supt. Mich. Anti-Saloon League, 1909. 

Address, 242 W. Warren Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

SAMUEL DUFF ANDERSON, b. County Antrim, Ireland, June 22, 
1864; N. T. I. 1893-94; Yale U. Divinity School, 1899-1900; R. T. S. 
1901; ord. Billerica, Mass., June 1894; chaplain, Craig Colony, Sonyea, 
N. Y., 1901- : 

WILLIAM AXLING, b. Omaha, Neb., Aug. 9, 1873; U. Neb. 1898; 
R. T. S. 1901; ord. First ch., Lincoln, Neb., Aug. 22, 1901; miss. A. 
B. F. M. Soc, Sendai, Japan, Dec. 1901-Mar. 04; Morioka, Mar. 1904- 
Nov. 06; Central Tabernacle, Tokyo, Dec. 1908-. pres. Japan Bapt. 
Conference, 1909-10. 

Address, 6 Ura Sarugaku Cho, Kanda, Tokyo, Japan. 

WALTER VALENTINE BACON, b. Leyden, N. Y., Apr. 2, 1869; 
Colg. U. 1893; Colg. T. S. Sep.-Dec. 1893; ord. S. Glens Falls, N. Y., 
June 6, 1894; p. S. Glens Falls, June 1894-Apr. 96; Corinth, Apr. 1896- 
Jan. 99 ; R. T. S. 1901 ; Center White Creek, Oct. 1901-Oct. 03 ; Lan- 
caster, Oct. 1903-Jan. 10; Cherry Creek, Jan. 1910-. 

Address, Cherry Creek, N. Y. 

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STEPHEN JARED COREY, Church of Christ, b. Rolla, Mo., Apr. 29, 
1873; U. Neb. 1898; R. T. S. 1901; ord. Disciples of Christ, Rochester, 
N. Y., 1901 ; p. Christian ch., Rochester, Jan. 1901-Jan. 03 ; secy. N. Y. 
Christian Miss. Soc, 1903-05 ; general secy.. Foreign Christian Miss. 
Soc, 1905-. pres.. Association of Miss. Secretaries of Christian Church, 
U. S., 1910. Author, The Challenge of World-wide Missions to Chris- 
tian Men. Address, Cincinnati, O. 

MAHLON HARLOW DAY, b. Creswell, Oregon, Aug. 10, 1874; 
U. O. 1898; R. T. S. 1901; ord. Dunkirk, N. Y., June 13, 1901; p. 
Dunkirk, 1901-07; Calvary ch., Syracuse, 1907-09; Upper Alton, 111., 
1909-. Address, Upper Alton, 111. 

ARTHUR BERIAH DETER, b. Dade Co., Mo., Oct. 25, 1868; Bay. 
U. 1894 B. O.; ord. Tahlequah, Ind. Ten, Dec. 23, 1894; p. Tahle- 
quah, Dec. 1894-Sep. 95; S. B. T. S. 1897-98; R. T. S. 1901; miss. 
of F. M. B. of So. Bapt. Conv., Brazil, 1901-. For three years editor 
of Brazilian Baptist paper and (together with W. E. Entyminger) 
founder of Brazilian Bapt. Pub. House. 

Address, Caixo 572 Sao Paulo, Brazil. 

EDWARD HOWARD DUTTON, b. Chester Co., Pa., July 22, 1872; 
Bu. U. 1898; R. T. S. 1901; ord. Troy, N. Y., Sep. 1901; Millis Me- 
morial ch., Troy, June 1901-Oct. 03 ; assistant secy., A. B. F. M. Soc, 
Boston, Oct. 1903-Mar. 05 ; p. Cedar St. ch., Buffalo, Feb. 1905-May 09 ; 
Glens Falls, May 1909-. Address, 30 Maple St., Glens Falls, N. Y. 

WIRT T. FELLOWS, b. Pleasonton, Kansas, Mar. 24, 1870; McMinn- 
ville C. 1895 ; ord. Adams, Ore., Feb. 12, 1895 ; B. U. 1898 ; R. T. S. 1901 ; 
p. S. Bend, Wash., June 1901-Apr. 03; Fern Dale, Jan. 1904-Jan. 05; 
Usquepaugh, R. I., June 1906-Apr. 08; Perryville, Apr. 1908-. 

Address, R. D., Wakefield, R. I. 

GEORGE ELLIS FINLAY, b. Stratford, Ontario, Feb. 23, 1875; Kal. 
C. 1898; R. T. S. 1901; ord. Battle Creek, Mich., Aug. 28, 1901; miss., 
Iloilo, Philippines, 1901-04; p. Marion, N. Y., Jan. 1905- 

Address, Marion, N. Y. 

CHARLES EDGAR FLANAGIN, b. Bunker Hill, 111., July 28, 1870; 
Ottawa U. 1896; ord. Belleville, Kan., May 13, 1897; p. Belleville, May 
13, 1897-Oct. 98 ; R. T. S. 1901 ; McPherson, Kan., May 1901-Jan. 03 ; 
Burlingame, Mar. 1903-10; Centralia, Wash., 1910-. 

Address, Centralia, Wash. 

JOHN ROBERT GEORGE, b. Brownsburg. Ind., Apr. 13, 1873; F. 
C. 1898; S. B. T. S. 1898-1900; ord. Broadway ch., Louisville, Ky., 
July 12, 1899; R. T. S. 1901; p. Mancos, Colo., 1901-04; Lake City, 
1904-066 Cedaredge, 1906-. Address, Cedaredge, Colo. 

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SAMUEL JASPER HALL. b. Meade. Mich., June 10, 1869; Kal. C 
1896; ord. Kalamazoo, Mich., Dec. 3, 1896; p. Croswell, Mich., Jan 
1897-Apr. 1898; R. T. S. 1901; p. Brooklyn, Mich., Oct. 1901-Oct. 07 
Kingsley, Nov. 1907-. Address, Kingsley, Mich 

DANIEL ELISHA HATT. b. Port Medway. N. S., June 30, 1869 
Ac. C. 1897; md. Jordan River, N. S., Mar. 1894; p. Shelburnc, N. S. 
Mar. 1894-Apr. 95; Hantsport. :\Iay 1895-July 98; R. T. S. 1901 
p. Churchville, N. Y., Sep. 1898-Apr. 99; Lyell Ave. ch., Rochester 
Aug. 1899-Apr. 1901; Fir.st ch., Cornwallis, N. S., 1901-05; Carman 
Man., 1905-06; Saskaton, Sask., 1906-07; supt. of missions for British 
Columbia, Feb. 1907-. Address 1318 Seventh Ave., Vancouver, B. C. 

GEORGE BRIGGS HUNTINGTON, b. Rochester, N. Y., Dec. 22, 
1873 ; U. R. 1896 ; R. T. S. 1901 ; registrar of the University of Roch- 
ester, 1901-03 ; assistant in Foreign Department, A. B. F. M. Soc. (Bos- 
ton), 1903-. Recording secy.. Executive Committee A. B. F. M. Soc, 
1905-. Address, 41 Marion St., Wollaston, Mass. 

VIRGIL VICTOR JOHNSON, b. Portland, Oregon, Mar. 16, 1876; 
U. O. 1896; H. U. 1899; R. T. S. 1901; ord- Claremont, N. H., Jan. 
14, 1902; p. Claremont, N. H., Jan. 1902-Apr. 07; First ch.. Concord, 
July 1907-. Address, 54 Pleasant St., Concord, N. H. 

OSCAR LEE OWENS, b. Nansemond, Va., Feb. 21, 1877; Rich. C. 
1894-98; R. T. S- 1901; ord. E. Liverpool, O., Dec. 5, 1901; p. E. Liver- 
pool, Sep. 1901-Oct. 02; Mannington, W. Va., Oct. 1902-July, 05; Cam- 
bridge, Md.. July 1905-JuIy 09; graduate student, George Washington U., 
1907-08; p. Memorial ch., Baltimore, Sep. 1909-. Author, Alfred Tenny- 
son, Poet-Prophet of the Nineteenth Century, 1907; The Lights and 
Shadows of a Small City, 1904. 

Address, 2113 Seventh St., "Walbrook," Baltimore, Md. 

HENRY CLAY POLAND, b. Round Grove, Mo., Apr. 16, 1868; 
W. J. C. 1897; ord. Cosby, Mo., Nov. 17, 1895; p. Cosby, 1895-98; R. T. 
S. 1901 ; p. Independence Ave. ch., Kansas City, Mo., May 1901-Apr. 
03; Penfield, N. Y., Apr. 1903-Sep. 04; Belmont, Oct. 1904-Jan. 09; 
associational p., Onondaga Association, N. Y., Feb. 1909-10; p. Fay- 
etteville, 1910-. Address, Fayetteville, N. Y. 

ELBERT SAMUEL P'POOL, b. Wallonia. Ky., Oct. 25, 1875; Miss. 
C. 1897; teaching and supply, 1897-98; R. T. S. 1901; ord. Port Gib- 
son. Miss., July 1901; p. Port Gibson, July 1901-Jan. 03; graduate 
student. Miss. C. ; p. Hermanville, Jan. 1903-May 04; Athens, Tex., 
May 1904-Dec. 06; Jacksonville. Dec. 1906-Dec. 08; secy. E. Texas B. 
Y. B. U. Encampment, Aug. 1908-July 09 ; p. Huntsville, July 1909^. 

Address, Huntsville, Texas. 

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FREDERICK COTCHTER REDFERN, b. W. Stockwith, England, 
Dec. 24, 1866; ord. W. Walworth, N. Y., Sep. 18, 1889; p. W. Wal- 
worth, Apr. 1888-May 91; Alabama, June 1891-Mar. 94; Plymouth 
Ave. ch., Rochester, N. Y., Mar. 1894-Sep. 99; R. T. S. 1901; chap- 
lain Monroe Co. Almshouse and Hospital, Jan. 1897-Sep. 1902; p. 
Alexandria, O., Apr. 1902-June 04; Welston, June 1904-Sep. 08; gen- 
eral secy. Idaho S. S. Association, Sep. 1908-. Editor Idaho Sunday 
School Servitor, 1909-. Ph. D. (in course) Providence U. 1907. 

Address, 443 Yates Building, Boise, Idaho. 

GEORGE BEE RICHARDSON, b. Jefferson Co., 111., Mar. 1, 1873; 
S. C. 1897; R. T. S. 1897-99; p. Ira, N. Y., 1899-1900; R. T. S. 1901; 
ord. Charlotte, Mich., Mar. 26, 1902; p. Charlotte; St. John; Wahoo, 
Neb. ; Evansville, Ind. ; Carl Junction, Mo. ; Salisbury, Mo. 

Address, Salisbury, Mo. 

CHARLES JOHN CONRAD SCHOLPP, b. Buffalo, N. Y., Mar. 18, 
1871; U. R. 1898; R. T. S. 1901; ord. Wilson, N. Y., Oct. 17, 1901; 
p. Wilson, June 1901-Apr. 05; Frewsburg, Apr. 1905-July 09; temper- 
ance evangelist, Chautauqua County, July 1909-. 

Address, Jamestown, N. Y. 

WILLIAM KELLOGG SHERWIN, b. Buckland, Mass., May 5, 
1868; Macalester C. 1897; R. T. S. 1901; ord. Kenyon, Minn., Oct. 8, 
1901; p. Kenyon, July 1901-Oct. 04; Rolla, N. D., Oct. 1904-Oct. 06; 
teaching, 1906- Address, Carlton, Minn. 

WILLIAM T. SHERMAN SPRIGGS, b. Louisville, 111., Sep. 11, 1869; 
Ewing C. 1897; ord. Louisville, 111., Dec. 28, 1893; p. Eldorado, 111., 
Oct. 1893-Sep. 96; Ashley, May 1896-Apr. 97; Charleston, Jan. 1897- 
July 98; R. T. S. 1901; p. Pork Rapids, Minn., June 1901-Apr. 03; 
Montevideo, May 1903-July 06; Windom Park ch., Minneapolis, Jan. 
1907-. Ph.D. (in course), Ewing C, 1904. 

Address, 2414 Fillmore St., N. E., Minneapolis, Minn. 

JOSEPH TAYLOR, b. Malton, England, Mar. 27, 1869; B. U. 1898; 
R. T. S. 1901 ; ord. Columbus, Ohio, June 18, 1902 ; p. Tenth Ave. ch., 
Columbus, May 1901-July 03; miss, at Yachow, West China, 1904-09; 
Chengtu, 1909-. Chairman, West China General Conference, 1908; 
chairman. Christian Educational Union of West China ; chairman Tem- 
porary Board of Management of West China Union U. 

Address, Chengtu, West China. 

LEE ISAAC THAYER, b. Lima, O., Dec. 30, 1875; D. U. 1898 B. S.; 
R. T. S. 1901 ; ord. Buckeye, Ariz., Feb. 14, 1903 ; p. Buckeye and Palo 
Verde, 1902-05 ; Salt River and Glendale ch., 1905-07 ; miss. A. B. H. M. 
Soc, to Navajo Indians at Two Gray Hills Mission, Crozier, N. Mex., 
1907-10; do. Hopi Indians, Ariz., 1910-. 

Address, Care, A. B. H. M. Soc, 23 East 26th St., New York, N. Y. 

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FRANK JOHNSTONE WHITE, b. Decatur, 111., Sep. 24, 1870; 
Ottawa U. 1898; R. T. S. 1901; ord. Drexel, iMo., Aug. 18, 1897; 
miss., A. B. F. M. Soc, Ningpo, China, 1901-04; Shaohsing, China, T. 
S., 1904-06; Shanghai T. S., 1906-. Editor, The New East. 1905-08. 

Address, U. S. Postoffice Box 963, Shanghai, China. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Johannes Peter Brunner, R. T. S. 1898-99; (for record, vid. G. D. class 

of 1898). 
Llewellyn Phillips, b. Wales, Apr. 15, 1869; B. U. 1892; instructor, Bu. 
U. 1892-99; student, U. C. summers of 1894, 1895 and 1896; ord. Ply- 
mouth, Pa., Aug. 1896; R. T. S. 1899-1900; dismissed to U. C. 1900; 
prof.. Rhetoric and Oratory, Bu. U. ; D.D. 

Address, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pa. 
Thomas Dammes Wesley, b. New York, N. Y., Alar. 6, 1873; B. U. 
1898; R. T. S. 1898-99; dismissed to U. T. S. 

Address, 313 Eighth Ave., S. E., Minneapolis, Minn. 
Rutledge Thornton Wiltbank, Jr., b. Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 26, 1877; 
Bu. U. 1898 Ph.B.; R. T. S. 1898-99; dismissed to C. T. S. 

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GRADUATE STUDENT 

JOHN TILLIE MASON, b. Chariton Co., Mo., Aug. 10, 1865; S. B. 
T. S. 1901; graduate student in Theology, R. T. S. 1901-02; p. Al- 
bany, Mo., Dec. 1902-06; Troy, 1906-. Address, Troy, Mo. 

GRADUATES 
WILLIAM P. LOVETT, Class Secretary 
HENRY BREWSTER ADAMS, b. Palmyra, N. Y., Oct. 8, 1878; U. 
R. 1899; R. T. S. 1902; ord. Park Ave. ch., Rochester, N. Y., May 15, 
1903; asst. p. Memorial ch.. New York City, 1902-03; Mt. Morris, 
1903-10; Reno, Nev., 1910-. Address, Reno, Nev. 

ARTHUR WELLESLEY ATKINSON, b. Hampton, la., May 17, 
1874; Des M. C. 1898; R. T. S. 1902; ord. Manhattan, Kan., Sep. 4, 
1902 ; p. Manhattan, Kan., June 1902-. 

Addrcss, 1020 Poyntz Ave., Manhattan, Kan. 

DAVID EWART CARMAN, b. Norwalk, C, June 12, 1873; D. U. 
1896; R. T. S. 1902; ord. North Fairfield, O., Sep. 8, 1902; p. N. Fair- 
field, Aug. 1902-Nov. 04; Cambridge, Nov. 1904-Oct. 09; Painesville, 
Oct. 1909-. Address, 124 E. Erie St., Painesville, O. 

AMOS CLARY, b. near GafTney, S. C, Feb. 21, 1870; Fur. U. Lit. 
B. 1898; ord. Bowlingsville, S. C, July 31, 1898; p. Neches, Tex., Nov. 
1898-Aug. 99; Omen, Mar.-Aug. 1899; R. T. S. 1902; supply, Hollins, 

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Va., Nov. 1902-Mar. 03; p. Front Royal, Apr. 1903-May 06; Bristol, 
Tenn., May 1906-Apr. 08 ; Cambridge, Md., July 1909-. Field editor of 
The Religious Herald, Richmond, Va., Apr. 1908-June 09. 

Address, 112 Locust St., Cambridge, Md. 

HARRY CLARK COLEBROOK, b. Cazenovia, N. Y., June 7, 1877; 
U. R. 1898-99; R. T. S. 1902; ord. Albany, N. Y., June 23, 1902; p. 
Albany, 1902- Address, 838 Lancaster St., Albany, N. Y. 

HOWARD EDWARD DUDLEY, b. West Jefferson, O., Jan. 1, 1876; 
D. U. 1899; R. T. S. 1902; ord. Blessed Hope ch., Springfield, O., June 
5, 1902; miss., A. B. F. M. Soc, Myingyan, Burma, Sep. 1902-Jan. 09; 
on furlough U. S. ; graduate student, D. U., Sep. 1909-June 10. 

Address, A. B. F. M. Soc, Ford Building, Boston, Mass. 

JOHN OLIVER GUTHRIE, b. Raymond, 111., Dec. 19, 1869; S. C. 
1899; R. T. S. 1902; ord. First ch., Stillwater, Okla., July 22, 1902; 
p. Stillwater, June 1902-July 04; Cushing, July 1904-Mar. OS; Cleve- 
land, Oct. 1904-Oct. 06; Fairview, Feb. 1907-Apr. 08; w. c. Oklahoma 
City, Apr. 1908-Aug. 09; supply work and private study, prof. Biblical 
Literature and History Indian U., Bacone, Okla., Sep. 1909-. 

Address, Indian University, Bacone, Okla. 

LE ROY HALL, b. Union City, Pa., Aug. 3, 1873; Bu. U. 1899; R. T. S. 
1902; ord. Clyde, N. Y., June 17, 1902; p. Clyde, 1902-04; Pendleton, 
Ore., 1904-07; Medford, 1907-10; Marshfield, 1910-. 

Address, Marshfield, Ore. 

HARRY SHREVE HIGGINS, b. Bordentown, N. J., Feb. 14, 1871; 
Colg. U. 1899; R. T. S. 1902; ord. Alma, Mich., Feb. 10, 1903; p. Alma, 
Dec. 1902-July 06 ; graduate student, R. T. S. 1906-07 ; travel and study 
in Europe, 1907; p. Olney ch., Philadelphia, Pa., Sep. 1908- 

Address, Olney, Philadelphia, Pa. 

WILLIAM GAYLORD JAMES, b. Cold Spring on the Hudson, N. 
Y., Dec. 28, 1871 ; U. R. 1899 ; R. T. S. 1902 ; ord- Fort Plain, N. Y., 
June 27, 1902; p. Fort Plain, June 1902-Sep. 09; Geneva, O., Sep. 
1909-. Address, Geneva, O. 

CHARLES SCULL KEEN, b. Camden, N. J., Dec. 22, 1877; Bu. U. 
1899 Ph.B. ; R. T. S. 1902; ord. Grace ch., Camden, N. J., Sep. 16, 1902; 
miss, of the A. B. F. M. Soc, Kinhwa, China, 1902- 

Address, Kinhwa, China (via Ningpo). 

FRED GLENDOWER KENNY, b. LeRoy, N. Y., Oct. 19, 1868; F. 
C. 1899; R. T. S. 1902; ord. Tipton, Ind., Oct. 28, 1902; p. Tipton, 
Sep. 1902-May 06; Woodruff Place, Indianapolis, May 1906- secy., 
Indiana Bapt. Conv., 1908- 

Address, 470 Randolph St., Indianapolis, Ind. 

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CHARLES EGBERT KING, b. Williston, Vt., Dec. 6, 1869; W. J. 
C. 1896; ord. Kansas City, Mo., Dec. 3, 1896; p. Reading, Mo., June 
1896-Mar. 98; Jonesbiirg, July 1896-Mar. 98; Dameron, Nov. 1896- 
Apr. 98; Winficld. Oct. 1897-Aug. 99; Troy, Feb. 189S-July 99; Pike 
County, Mar. 1898-Aug. 99; R. T. S. 1902; p. Pleasant Hill, Mo., 1902- 
03; Bolivar, 1903-04; Bethlehem, Elsbcrry, Monticello, 1904-09. 

Address, Louisiana, Mo. 

CROMWELL PERCY KIRBY, b. near Bennett, Neb. Sep. 30. 1873; 
Grand Island C. 1899; R. T. S. 1902; ord. Syracuse, Neb., Aug. 26, 
1902; p. Syracuse, July 1902-Sep. 04; Cresco, la., Oct. 1904- Apr. 06; 
Movveaqua, 111., May 1906-Mar. 07; South St. ch., Indianapolis, Ind., 
May 1907-. Address, 710 Fletcher Ave., Indianapolis, Ind. 

FRANCIS ULYSSES KOHLER, b. Pittsford, N. Y., July 4, 1874; 
Colg. U. 1899; R. T. S. 1902; ord. Fairport, N. Y., Oct. 1902; p. 
Bellevue, Pa., Nov. 1902-Mar. 08; Boonville, N. Y., Mar. 1908-. 

Address, 5 Erwin Ave., Boonville, N. Y. 

WILLIAM SENECA LAKE, b. Rochester, N. Y., Mar. 21, 1875; U. 
R. 1899; R. T. S. 1902; ord. Seattle, Wash., Aug. 5, 1902; p. Highland 
Mission, Seattle, Wash., Aug.-Dec. 1902; Waterville, Dec. 1902-Dec. 
04; Union Park ch., Spokane, Jan. 1905-. 

Address, E. 2004 1st Ave., Spokane, Wash. 

JAMES VERNON LATIMER, b. Red Oak, la.. Mar. 10, 1872; Des 
M. C. 1899 ; R. T. S. 1902 ; ord. Emporia, Kan., July 22, 1902 ; p. Em- 
poria, June 1902-Sep. 04; miss, of A. B. F. M. Soc. in Huchow, China, 
1904-. secy.. East China Bapt. Conference, 1907-10; delegate World's 
Missionary Conference, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1910-. 

Address, Huchow, China, via Shanghai. 

ROBERT DURAND LICKLIDER, b. Piqua, O., Aug. 26, 1875; D. U. 

1899; R. r. S. 1902; ord. Ilillsboro, O., July 8, 1902; p. Hillsboro, 

June 1902-May 06; Thirty-first St. ch., Indianapolis, Ind., July 1906-. 

Address, 941 W. Congress Ave., Indianapolis, Ind. 

WILLIAM PIERCE LOVETT, b. Anoka, Minn., Sep. 7, 1872; U. C. 
1899 B. S.; R. T. S. 1902; ord. Bay City, Mich., July 15, 1902; p. Bay 
City, May 1902-Mar. 05; Grand Rapids, Apr. 1905-Feb. 09; First ch., 
Boise, Idaho, Feb. 1909-. State Trustee Mich. Anti-Saloon League, 
1907-09; Address, 410 N. 10th St., Boise, Idaho. 

JOHN HENRY MARTIN, b. Sali.sbury, N. C, June 16, 1865; F. C. 
1899; ord. Zion, Ind., Apr. 1, 1898; p. Zion and Shiloh, Apr. 1898- 
July 99; R. T. S. 1902; p. Auburn, Ind., June 1902-Jan. 05; Edwards- 
port, Feb. 1905-Apr. 06; Sadorus, 111., Aug. 1906-Sep. 07; Indianola, 
Sep. 1907-10; Rantoul, 1910-. Address, Rantoul, 111. 

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WALTER CLARK MASON, b. Goalpara, Assam, India, July 26, 
1875; Colg. U. 1899; R. T. S. 1902; ord. Rochester, N. Y., June 20, 
1902; miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, Tura, Assam, 1902- 

Address, Tura, Assam. 

TULLY FOSTER McCREA, b. Natchez, Miss., July 1, 1877; Miss. 
C. 1899 ; R. T. S. 1902 ; ord. Blacksburg, Va., Aug. 1902 ; p. Blacksburg, 
1902-04; miss. S. Bapt. Conv., Chinkiang, China, 1904- 

Address, Chinkiang, China. 

HUGH FENTON MOORE, b. Woolstock, la., May 14, 1870; Des M. 
C. 1898; R. T. S. 1902; ord. Kent, N. Y., Sep. 4, 1902; p. Kent, Oct. 
1900-Mar. 03; Galena, Kan., May 1903-July 05; Vinita, Okla., Nov. 
1905-Jan. 07; Chariton, la., Jan. 1908- 

Address, 912 Linden Ave., Chariton, Iowa. 

JOHN MARTIN NELSON, b. Ottawa, Kan., June 19, 1876; W. J. 
C. 1899; R. T. S. 1902; ord. First ch., Kansas City, Mo., June 3, 1902; 
p. First ch., Dighton, Kan., 1902-07; Azusa Ave. ch., Azusa, Calif., 
1907-10; Lents, Ore., 1910-. Address, Lents, Ore. 

PETER CHRISTOPHER NELSON, b. Elitshoi, Denmark, Jan. 28, 
1868; ord. May, la., Sep. 13, 1893; p. May, Aug. 1893-Aug. 95; Eden, 
Oct. 1893-Aug. 94 ; Goshen, Aug. 1894-Aug. 95 ; D. U. 1897 ; p. Spring 
Mountain, O., Jan. 1896-Dec. 97; Cavallo, June 1896-June 97; Achor, 
July 1897-Aug. 99; Cannelton, Pa., July 1898-Aug. 99; R. T. S. 1902; 
p. First ch.. Cedar Falls, la., June 1902-Jan. 04; gen. evangelist, Jan. 
1904-Aug. 05 ; p. Hampton, la., Aug. 1905-Sep. 08 ; gen. evangelist, 
Sep. 1908- Address, 609 S. 1st St., Indianola, la. 

BLUFORD HENRY PAYNE, b. near Richmond, Ky., Dec. 12, 1871; 
G. C. 1899; R. T. S. 1902; ord. Perry, O., Aug. 1, 1902; p. Perry, 1902- 
06; Marietta, 1906- Address, Marietta, Ohio. 

JAMES ALFRED PETTIT, b. Wentworth Co., Ont., May 22, 1862; 
F. C. 1899; ord. Kingsbury, Ind., Sep. 25, 1891; p. Kingsbury, July 
1891-July 93; Mt. Pleasant, July 1893-July 99; Burney, Aug. 1893-Aug. 
95; Trafalgar, Feb. 1897-July 99; Sand Creek, May 1897-July 99; 
Alabama, N. Y., July 1899-03; R. T. S. 1902; p. Palo Alto, Cal., Aug. 
1903-June 04; supply. Woodland, June 1904-Oct. 06; evangelist for 
West Willamette Assn., Ore., Oct. 1906-Oct. 07; state evangelist. West 
Washington, Oct. 1907-Oct. 09. Address, McMinnville, Ore. 

FRANK JOSEPH RAWLINSON, b. Rutlandshire, England, Jan. 9, 
1871; Bu. U. 1899; R. T. S. 1902; ord. Baltimore, Md., June 5, 1902; 
miss. S. Bapt. Conv., Shanghi, China, 1902- Address, Shanghi, China. 

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OSCAR ERNEST SAMS, b. Flag Pond. Tenn., Feb. 5, 1877; W. F. 
C. 1898; R. T. S. 1902; ord. Mars Hill, N. C, Mar. 18, 1899; p. Harri- 
sonburg, Va., 1902-06; Lynchburg 1906-08; Aiken, S. C, 1908-. 

Address, Aiken, S. C. 

JOHN BUNYAN SMITH, b. Ottawa, la., Nov. 14, 1873; Central U. 
of Iowa, 1S9<;; R. T. S. 1902; ord. Cresco, la., July 15, 1902; p. 
Cresco, May 1902-JuIy 04; Webster City, July 1904-Nov. 08; Muscatine, 
Nov. 1908-. D.D., Central U. of la., 1909. 

Address, Muscatine, la. 

SETH WILMER STENGER, b. Phoenixville, Pa., Nov. 15, 1875; D. 
U. 1899; R. I". S. 1902; ord. Granville, Ohio, June 3, 1902; miss., 

A. P.. F. M. Soc, Nandyal, S. India, 1902- ; on furlough in U. S., 1909- 
10. Address, A. B. F. M. Soc, Ford Bldg., Boston, Mass. 

WILLIAM OWEN STOVALL, b. Vine Grove, Ky., Dec. 24, 1870; 
U. Cin. 1899 ; R. T. S. 1902 ; ord. Plymouth, Mich., Mar. 3, 1903 ; p. Ply- 
mouth, Jan. 1903- Apr. 05; Berean ch., Detroit, Apr. 1905-Nov. 08; 
assistant p. Woodward Ave. ch., Detroit, Apr. 1907-Nov. 08; First 
ch.. Traverse City, Dec. 1908-. 

Address, 144 E. Ninth St., Traverse City, Mich. 

FRANKLIN WAIT SWEET, b. Dayton, O., July 22, 1869; D. U. 
1899; R. T. S. 1902; ord. Adrian, Mich., Oct. 3, 1902; p. First ch., Adrian, 
Sep. 1902-09; Minneapolis, Minn., 1909-. Address, Minneapolis, Minn. 

GEORGE WILSON TROUT, b. Allen Co., Ky., Sep. 16, 1863; Ot- 
tawa U. 1899; ord. Osage Valley, Kan., Dec. 1887; p. Osage, Mar. 
1888-Mar. 89; Moran, Oct. 1888-Dec. 91; Bronson, Mar. 1892-Sep. 
99; Osage, Mar. 1892-Sep. 99; Kincaid, Aug. 1894-Aug. 95; R. T. S. 
1902; p. Pittsburg, Kan., June 1902-Sep. 07; prof. History and Civics 
in State Manual Training Normal, Pittsburg, Sep. 1907-. 

Address, 608 W. 1st St., Pittsburg, Kan. 

STACY REUBEN WARBURTON, b. Pawtucket, R. I., July 30, 1875; 

B. U. 1898; R. T. S. 1902; ord. Central Falls, R. I., June 30, 1902; 
miss., A. B. F. M. Soc, Kaying, China, Mar. 1902-June 04; p North 
Stratford, N. H., Nov. 1904-Feb. 06; assistant to Secy. Haggard, A. B. 
F. M. Soc, Feb. 1906^Apr. 07 ; assistant editor. Baptist Missionary Mag- 
azine, Apr. 1907-June 09; editor. Missions, June 1909-. 

Address, 15 Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Andrew Freeman Anderson, b. Neshannock Falls, Pa., Oct. 15, 1866; 
Bu. U. 1894; ord. Washington, D. C, Nov. 5, 1894; p. Grace ch., Wash- 

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ington, June 1894-Sep. 99; R. T. S. 1899-1900; assistant p. Calvary ch., 
Washington, D. C, 1900-02; First ch., Harrisburg, Pa., 1904-09; Normal 
Park ch., Chicago, III, 1909-. Address, 6935 Stewart Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Gustavus Richard Mayhack, R. T. S. 1899-1900 (for record vid. G. D. 
Class of 1899). 

Paul Carl Adam Menard, b. Baerwalde, Pomerania, Germany, Oct. 10, 
1871; G. D. 1899; R. T. S. 1902; (for record vid. G. D. Class of 1899). 

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GRADUATES 

ELLIS GILBERT, Class Secretary 

HORACE WILBERT COLE, b. Waterloo, Wis., Sep. 5, 1869; D. U., 
1900; R. T. S. 1903; ord. Hannibal, Mo., Aug. 12, 1903; p. Fifth St. 
ch., Hannibal, 1903-07; Bales Ave. ch., Kansas City, 1907-. 

Address, 1004 Askew Ave., Kansas City, Mo. 

HORACE GREELEY COLPITTS, b. Elgin, N. B., Canada, Sep. 5, 
1866; Ac. C. 1900; R. T. S. 1903; B. D. 1908; ord. Middleton, N. S., 
Oct. 1903; p. Middleton, Sep. 1903-Nov. 04; supply. Main St. ch., St. 
John, N. B., Jan.-Apr. 1905 ; p. Milton ch., Yarmouth, N. S., May 1905- 
Sep. 09; graduate student, U. C. Sep. 1909-. 

Address, University of Chicago, Chicago, III. 

HARRY SCHUYLER FOSTER, b. Ossining, N. ¥., Aug. 22, 1868; 
Colg. U. 1900 Ph.B.; R. T. S. 1903; ord. Somerset, Mass., Sep. 23, 
1903; p. First ch., Somerset, July 1903-Apr. 07; President St. ch., Pas- 
saic, N. J., May 1907-Mar. 09; Beulah ch., Willimansett, Mass., Apr. 
1909-. Address, 899 Chicopee St., Willimansett, Mass. 

ROBERT SPEIR GARNETT, b. St. Louis, Mo., Sep. 1, 1873; Rich. 
C. 1898; R. T. S. 1903; miss. State Board in Shenandoah Co., Va., 
June and July 1903; engaged in mercantile and other pursuits, occa- 
sional supply, 1903-. 

Address, 21 E. Mt. Vernon Place, Baltimore, Md. 

ELLIS GILBERT, b. Watkins, N. Y., Aug. 28, 1873; U. R. 1900; R. 
T. S. 1903 ; ord. Warsaw, N. Y., Oct. 20, 1903 ; p. Warsaw, June 1903- 
Mar. 09; N. Tonawanda, Mar. 1909-. Address, N. Tonawanda, N. Y. 

SAMUEL PERRY GOTT, b. Lafayette Co., Mo., Dec. 5, 1868; W. 
J. C. 1898; R. T. S. 1903; ord. Elm, Mo., July 31, 1898; p. Warsaw, 

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Mo., Aug. 1898-Aug. 1900; Carolton, N. Y., Feb. 1901-May 03; Boon- 
villc, Mo., Aug.. 1903-Aug. 06; field secy., \V. J. C, Aug. 1906- 

Address, Liberty, Mo. 

HERBERT ERNEST HATCHMAN. h. Troy, N. Y., Aug. 4, 1872; 
Colg. U. 1900; R. T. S. 1903; ord. Columbia, O., Oct. 13, 1903; p. Co- 
lumbia, Aug. 1903-Oct. 05; Central ch., Tiverton, R. I., Mar. 1906-. 

Address, Tiverton, R. I. 

NORTON JAMES HILTON, b. Cherokee, la., Sep. 8, 1874; S. C. 
1*1K); R. r. S. 1<;03; ord. Alton, 111., Sep. 22, 1903; p. Minneota, Minn., 
June 1903-June 05; Philadelphian ch.. St. Paul, June 1905-Jnly 07; 
Marissa, 111., .-Vug. 1907-. Addres.s, Marissa, 111. 

ROBERT CHIPMAN HULL, b. New York, N. Y., Oct. 22, 1880; 
Columbia U. 1900; R. T. S. 1903; B. D. 1907; ord. Greenwood ch., 
Brooklyn, N. Y., May 6, 1903; p. Taylorville, 111., Sep. 1903-Sep. 04; 
Sufficld, Conn., Oct. 1904-Mar. 08 ; Summit, N. J., Mar. 1908- graduate 
student, U. T. S., 1908-. instructor in English Bible, Conn. Lit. Inst., 
1905-06. Address, 573 Springfield Ave., Summit, N. J. 

FRANKLIN JOHNSON. Jr., b. Newark, N. J., Sep. 1, 1874; U. C. 
1895 ; graduate Columbia U. Law School, adm. to bar, practising with 
Senator E. Root; U. T. S. 1900-01; R. T. S. 1903; ord. Cincinnati, O., 
Sep. 30, 1904; p. Linwood ch., Cincinnati, July 1904- Apr. 08; Olivet 
ch., Cleveland, May 1908-. dean of Cincinnati Bapt. Training School. 

Address, 1842 W. 45th St., Cleveland, O. 

JOHN WESLEY KINNETT, b. Dillsborough, Ind., Jan. 17, 1878; F. 
C. 1899; p. 1899-1900; R. T. S. 1903; ord. Waveland, Ind., June 6, 
1900; Tuscola, 111., June 1903-Oct. 05; Morrison, 111., Oct. 1905- 

Address, Morrison, 111. 

FRANK CHESTER KREAGER, b. near Zanesville, O., Nov. 22, 
1875; I). U. 1900; N. T. I. 1 90(H) 1 ; R. T. S. 1903; ord. Ashland, Wis., 
June 26, 1903 ; p. Ashland, June 1903-Dec. 05 ; New Matamoras, O., 
Jan. 1905-July 08 ; Jackson, July 1908- 

Address, 186 Broad St., Jackson, O. 

JOHN GRANT LAUDERBAUGH, b. Library, Pa., Aug. 25, 1870; 
Bu. U. 1898; R. T. S. 1903; ord. Oakmont, Pa., Sep. 6, 1900; p. Oak- 
mont, May 1900-Sep. 02; First ch., Oswego, N. Y., May 1903-Mar. 
07 ; Fayettevillc, Apr. 1907-May 09 ; Jeannette, Pa., May 1909-. 

Address, 131 N. Second St., Jeannette, Pa. 

ROBERT LAFAYETTE LEMONS, b. Birch Tree, Mo., June 21, 
1868; \V. J. C. 1899; R. T. S. 1903; ord. Oak Grove, Mo., Sep. 16, 

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1897; p. Jefiferson County, Mo., Aug. 1903-Sep. 06; West Park ch., St. 
Louis, Sep. 1906-Mar. 10; Mt. Vernon ch., Versailles, Ky., Mar. 1910-. 

Address, Versailles, Ky. 

WILLIAM AYER McKINNEY, b. Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 3, 1876; 
U. of Penn. 1900; R. T. S. 1903; ord. First ch., Rochester, N. Y., May 
8, 1903; miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, Kiating, West China, 1903-May 06; 
engaged in mercantile pursuits, Philadelphia, Pa., June 1906-May 08; 
id., Chicago, 111., May, 1908-. 

Address, 1408 Breland Building, Chicago, 111. 

ASHTON BARKER MINAKER, b. Canada, Jan. 25, 1872; U. R. 
1897-1900; R. T. S. 1903; ord. Port Byron, N. Y., Aug. 26, 1903; p. 
Port Byron, 1903-04; Burns, Ore., 1904-07; Portland, 1907-. 

Address, 1098 First St., Portland, Ore. 

FRED BASCUM NEEL, b. Holton, Ind., Feb. 14, 1875; F. C. 1900; 
R. T. S. 1903 ; ord. Cordova, 111., Aug. 25, 1903 ; p. Cordova, July 1903- 
Nov. 05; Columbus, Nov. 1905-Sep. 09; Piqua, O., Sep. 1909- 

Address, Piqua, O. 

WILLIAM EDWARD RAFFETY, b. Roodhouse, 111., May 8, 1876; 
W. J. C. 1899; p. 1898-1900; R. T. S. 1903; B. D. 1906; ord. Argen- 
tine ch., Kansas City, Kan., Nov. 11, 1898; p. Calvary ch., Erie, Pa., 
Oct. 1902-Oct. 05; graduate student, U. C, 1905-08; p. Edgerton Place 
ch., Kansas City, Kan., Feb. 1908-. prof. Sociology and Religious Peda- 
gogy, Kansas City T. S., 1908- pres. Ministers' and Laymen's Alli- 
ance, Kansas City, Mo., and Kansas City, Kan. Author, Necessity of 
Christ in Young Manhood. 

Address, 350 Troup Ave., Kansas City, Kan. 

WILLIAM EUGENE SALLEE, b. Middleburg, Ky., Mar. 24, 1878; 
G. C. 1899; R. T. S. 1903; ord. Beeville, Texas, Sep. 22, 1903; miss. 
S. B. Conv., Kaifeng, China, 1903-. Address, Kaifeng, Honan, China. 

SAMUEL E. SAMUELSON, b. Dela Husby, Sweden, Sep. 9, 1868; 
S. C. 1900; R. T. S. 1903; ord. First ch., Alton, III., June 24, 1903; 
miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, Thaton, Burma, Sep. 1903-. 

Address, Thaton, Burma. 

FRANK SEYMOUR SQUYER, b. Auburn, N. Y., June 13, 1877; 
Colg. U., 1900; R. T. S. 1903; ord. Friendship, N. Y., May 26, 1903; 
p. Friendship, 1903-10; Address, Friendship, N. Y. 

WILLIAM PARSONS STANLEY, b. Concord, N. H., Dec. 15, 1877; 
H. U. 1899; graduate student, ib., 1899-1900; R. T. S. 1903; graduate 
student New C, Edinburg and Edinburg U. (New Testament and 

' Theology), 1903-04; ord. Oberlin, O., Jan. 12, 1905; p. First ch., Ober- 

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liii, Jan. 1905 June 08; Middle St. ch., Portsmouth, N. H., Sep. 1908- 

Address, 7 Middle St., Portsmouth, N. H. 

ELNATHAN SWEET, b. Stcphentown, N. Y., Apr. 16, 1874; Wms. 
C. 1895; engaged in mercantile pursuits, Albany, N. Y., 1895-1900; 
R. T. S. 1903; ord. Brockport, N. Y., Sep. 22, 1903; p. Brockport, 
June 1903-June 05; assistant p.. First ch., Portland, Ore., June-Oct. 
1906; engaged in mercantile pursuits, ib., Oct. 1906-Aug. 09; teaching 
ib., Aug. 1909-. Address, 1061 Vaughn St., Portland, Ore. 

WILLIAM TOWER THAYER, b. Clark's Green, Pa., Aug. 3, 1876 
Colg. U. 1900; R. T. S. 1903; ord. Cobleskill, N. Y., Dec. 1, 1903 
p. Cobleskill, Aug. 1903-Aug. 05; Ashland, Mass., Oct. 1905-Mar. 07 
graduate student, N. T. I. 1905-06; B. D., N. T. I., 1906; student, H. U. 
Graduate School, 1906-07; p. Norwich, Conn., Apr. 1907- 

Address, 319 W. Main St., Norwich, Conn. 

EDWARD JOHN ULMER, b. Anthony, Pa., Apr. 29, 1875; G. D. 
1895-98; U. R. 1898-1900; R. T. S. 1903; ord. Columbus, Neb., Sep. 
1903; p. Columbus, Aug. 1903-May 07; Alexandria, Oct. 1907-. pres. 
Neb. State B. Y. P. U. 1904-07. Address, Alexandria, Neb. 

JOHN OLIVER VINCE, b. Devonshire, England, July 19, 1871; Ac. 
C. 1899; R. T. S. 1903; ord. Lower Granville, N. S., Can., July 4, 
1899; p. Lisle, Mich., Aug. 1903-Dec. 06; Bloomingdale, Jan.-Oct. 1907; 
engaged in mercantile pursuits, Sunnyside, Wash., Oct. 1907-Nov. 09; 
united with P. E. denomination Nov. 1909. 

Address, Sunnyside, Wash. 

ARTHUR BEAUCHAMP WALTZ, b. Baker City, Ore., Aug. 7, 1875; 
U. O. 1900; R. T. S. 1903; ord. Baker City, Ore., Sep. 16, 1903; p. 
Brownsville, Ore., Oct. 1903-Oct. 04; Colfax, Wash., Nov. 1904-Oct. 
06; University Park ch., Portland, Ore., Nov. 1906-. 

Address, 1798 Woolsey St., Portland, Ore. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Paul August Friedrichsen, R. T. S. 1900-01; (for record, vid. G. D., 
class of 1900). 

Herbert Finlay Rudd, b. Alton, Kan., May 3, 1877: Central C. 1900; 
R. T. S. 1900-01 ; dismissed to U. C. Divinity School. 

Address, Ningyuenfu, China. 
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1904 

GRADUATES 

CHARLES A. McALPINE, Class Secreary 

PICKNEY MILTON BAUKNIGHT, b. Micanopy, Fla., Mar. 2, 
1879; John B. Stetson U. 1901; L'. C. 1901; R. T. S. 1904; ord. Ran- 
somville, N. Y., June 2, 1904; p. Ransomville, 1904-05; Clayton, Ala., 
1905-. Address, Clayton, Ala. 

FRANK ELMER BISHOP, b. Aylesford, N. S., Dec. 15, 1866; Ac. C. 
1896; ord. Greenfield, N. S., Dec. 22, 1896; R. T. S. 1904; p. Bethany ch., 
Sydney, Cape Breton, 1904-05; Fairville, N. B., 1905- 

Address, Fairville, N. B. 

ADAM LAWRENCE BLACK, b. Yanhill Co., Ore., Mar. 25, 1872; 
McM. C. 19(Jl; R. T. S. 1904; ord. Newburg, Ore., June 1898; p. 
Calvary ch., Portland, Ore., Sep. 1904-July 07 ; Puyallup, Wash., July 
1907-. Address, Puyallup, Wash. 

HORACE BENJAMIN BLOOD, b. Yolo Co., Calif., Oct. 18, 1875; 
McM. C. 1899; teaching and p. 1899-1901; R. T. S. 1904; ord. Second 
ch., Rochester, N. Y., May 7, 1904; p. First ch., Ogden, Utah, June 1904- 
June 07; McCloud, Calif., Nov. 1907-. Address, McCloud, Calif. 

WALLACE SELDEN BOARDMAN, b. Cromwell, Conn., Dec. 9, 

1875; VVesleyan U. 1901; R. T. S. 1904; ord. Stephens Point, Wis., Nov. 
9, 1905; p. Greenwood, Wis., Mar. 1905-June 06; W. Wardsboro, Vt., 
Jan. 1907- Address, W. Wardsboro, Vt. 

HARRIE ROGERS CHAMBERLIN, b. Ashtabula, O., Aug. 7, 1879; 
H. U. 1901 ; R. T. S. 1904; B. D. 1907; ord. Lake Ave. ch., Rochester, N. 
Y., May 13, 1904; assistant p. Lake Ave. ch., Rochester, May 1904-JuIy 
07; Morgantown, W. Va., Sep. 1907-Dec. 09; Immanuel ch., Newton, 
Mass., Dec. 1909- Address, Newton, Mass. 

FRANK OTIS ERB, b. St. John, N. B., Canada, Aug. 14, 1878; U. 
New Brunswick, 1900; assistant p. Sackville, N. B., 1900-01; Colg. 
T. S. 1901-03; R. T. S. 1904; ord. Fenner, N. Y., July 2, 1903; p. 
Glace Bay, N. S., July 1904-Jan. 09; graduate student, U. C, Jan. 
1909- Address, 5815 Drexel Ave., Chicago, III. 

WILLIAM MILNES FAUX, b. Bloom.sburg, Pa., June 18, 1869; B. 
U. 1897; U. T. S. ord. First ch., Butler, N. J., Apr. 19, 1900; R. T. S. 
1904; p. Sheridan, Wyo., 1904-07; Manhattan, Mont., 1907; 

Address, White Bluffs, Wash. 

THEODORE LYMAN FROST, b. Boston, Mass., Apr. 10. 1879; 
H. U. 1901 ; R. 'J". S. 1904; B. D. 1908; ord. Rumford Falls, Me., Jan. 12, 

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1905 ; p. Rumford Falls, Jan. 1905-Feb. 07 ; Skowhcgan, Feb. 1907-Oct. 
09; Manchester, Mass.. Oct. 1909- pres. B. Y. Peoples Conv., Me., 
1907-08. Address, Manchester, xMass. 

JOHN HARRY GIFFIN, b. Roberts, Wis., Dec. 19, 1875; S. C. 
1901 ; K. 1 . S. 1904; ord. Superior, Wis., June 30, 1904; miss. A. B. F. M. 
See., Kaying, China, May 1904. 

.\ddrcss, Kaying (via Swatow), China. 

LYMAN WARD BEECHER JACKMAN, b. Livonia, N. Y., Sep. 7. 
1874; Albany Law School 1899; U. R. 1900-01; R. T. S. 1904; ord. 
Lake Ave. ch., Rochester, N. Y., May 13, 1904; miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, 
Sadiya, Assam, 1904-. Author, Primer in Abor-Miri language; Brief 
Statement of the Gospel. 

Address in U. S., A. B. F. M. Soc, Ford Building, Boston, Mass. 

ALEXANDER FARREL JOHNSON, b. Point Plea.sant. Pa., Apr 
3, 1874; Rutgers C. 1901; R. T. S. 1904; ord. E. Marion, L. I., N. Y. 
June 2, 1905; p. E. Marion, Mar. 1905-Dec. 08; Elmhurst, Jan. 1909- 

Address, Elmhurst, N. Y 

HENRY JOSEPH JOHNSON, b. Philadelphia, Pa., Mar. 7, 1874 
Hu. U. 19lL'; Ph.B. ; C. 1". S. 1901-02; R. T. S. 1904; ord. Fifth ch. 
Philadelphia, Pa., June 14. 1904; p. Ridley Park, Sep. 1904-Mar. 08 
mercantile pursuits, Philadelphia. Mar. 1908-Jan. 10 ; p. Lock Haven 
Jan. 1910-. Address, 1314 Fletcher Ave., Moores, Pa 

ALBERT JOSEPH KENNEDY, b. Rosenhayn, N. J.. Jan. 20, 1879 
U. R. 1901; R. T. S. 1904; ord. Granite Falls, Minn.. June 29, 1904 
p. Granite Falls, 19(M-05 ; graduate student, H. U., 1905- ; 

.■\ddross. Harvard Divinity School, Cambridge, Mass. 

ALFRED LeGRAND KINTER, b. Edinboro, Pa., Apr. 3, 1872; 
U. R. 1898-1901; ord. North East, Pa., Oct. 4. 1898; p. North East, 
1898-1901; R. T. S. 1904; p. Chili, N. Y., May 1904-July 08; First ch., 
Albert Lea, Minn., Aug. 1908- 

Addres?, 114 Water St., Albert Lea, Minn. 

SAMUEL FRASER LANGFORD, b. Toronto, Ontario, Canada, July 
12, 1871; U. Calif. 1902; R. T. S. 1904 B. D. ; ord, Parsells Ave. ch., 
Rochester, N. Y., Sep. 13. 1904; p. Parsells Ave. ch., Rochester, June 
19(H-Oct. 09; Sacramento, Calif., Nov. 1909-. 

Address, Sacramento, Calif. 

HENRY ISAAC LAPP, b. Clarence, N. Y., Mar. 19, 1872; U. R. 
1901. Ph.B.: R. T. S. 1904; ord. Lacon. 111.. May 11. 1905; p. Lacon, 
Dec. 19(M-Dec. 05 ; health failed, Dec. 1905-July 06 ; p. Candor, N. Y., 
July 1906-Aug. 07; Mt. Vision, Nov. 1907-. 

Address. Mt. Vision. X. Y. 

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CHARLES LESTER MAXFIELD, b. Hartland, Mich., Dec. 26, 
1872; Kal. C. 1901; R. T. S. 1904; ord. Cheshire, Mich., May 12, 1896; 
miss, on Negros Island, P. I., 1904-. Field secy., Y. M. C. A. during 
Spanish-American war. 

Address, 29 Rosano St., Iloilo, Panay, P. I. 

CHARLES ALONZO McALPINE, b. Mansfield, Mass., Feb. 7, 
1874; H. U. 1901; R. T. S. 1904; ord. Bronson Ave. ch., Rochester, 
N. Y., June 10, 1904; p. Bronson Ave. ch., Rochester, Jan. 1904-May 
07; assistant cor. secy., Bapt. Miss. Conv. of N. Y. State, June-Oct. 
1907 ; cor. secy., id., Oct. 1907-. 

Address, 53 Melrose St., Rochester, N. Y. 

SAMUEL CLIFF MEAD, b. Chester, Pa., Apr. 29, 1875; Temple U. 
1894-96; P. T. S. 1901-02; R. T. S. 1904; ord. Pavilion, N. Y., June 
22, 1904; p. Pavilion, May 1904-May 05; health failed, recuperating. 
May 1905-07; supply Newtown and Wycomb, Pa., 1907-Sep. 08; en- 
gaged in mercantile pursuits, Sep. 1908- Address, Newtown, Pa. 

ROBERT WALTER NEATHERY, b. Halifax Co., Va., May 14, 
1870; Rich. C. 1899; teaching, 1899-1901; R. T. S. 1904; ord. Second 
ch., Rochester, N. Y., Mar. 10, 1904; p. North East, Pa., Feb. 1904- 
July 09; Belmont, N. Y., July 1909- 

Address, Norton St., Belmont, N. Y. 

CHARLES ALFRED NUTTING, b. Fitchburg, Mass., Nov. 7, 1869; 
Hiram C. 1903; Reade T. S. ; R. T. S. 1904; ord. Clyde, N. Y., Sep. 
29, 1904; p. Clyde, June 1904-Oct. 05; Quinsigamond ch., Worcester, 
Mass., Oct. 1905-Apr. 09; Brandon, Vt., June 1909-. 

Address, Brandon, Vt. 

THOMAS CALVIN RILEY, b. New Matamoras, C, Oct. 21, 1875; 
D. U. 1901; R. T. S. 1904; field secy., N. Y. State Anti-Saloon League, 
1905; N. Y. Law School, 1905-07; lawyer, 1907-. 

Address, 31 Nassau St., New York, N. Y. 

HARRY SECOR, b. Baldwinsville, N. Y., May 31, 1872; U. R. 1901; 
R. T. S. 1904; ord. Baldwinsville, N. Y., June 21, 1904; p. Baker City, 
Ore., July 1904-July 07 ; New Hampton, la., Sep. 1907- 

Address, New Hampton, Iowa. 

ALEXANDER McGINN STEWART, b. St. Catherines, Ont., Cana- 
da, Nov. 5, 1877; U. R. 1900; graduate student, H. U., Sep. 1900-June 
01; R. T. S. 1904; ord. Breckenridge, Minn., May 26, 1905; p. Brecken- 
ridge, Nov. 1904-Dec. 05; Granite Falls, Nov. 1905-Mar. 06; Atlanta, 
111., Oct. 1906-Feb. 08; Sewickley, Pa., Feb. 1908-Mar. 09; Protestant 
chaplain, N. Y. State Agricultural and Industrial School, Industry, Apr. 
1909- Address, 42 Prince St., Rochester, N. Y. 

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CHARLES CLARK STILLMAN, b. Troy, N. Y., June 22, 1877; 
VVms. C. 1900; R. T. S. 19(H; ord. Troy, N. Y., Mar. 9, 1905; p. W. 
Hoosick, N. Y., 1904-05; miss. A. B. H. M. Soc, Eureka, Utah, 1905-08; 
city miss., Kansas City, Kan. Bapt. Miss. Soc, Feb. 1909-. 

Address, 604 Quindaro Boul., Kansas City, Kan. 

CHARLES ELLSWORTH TROVER, b. Annavvan, 111., Aug. 27, 
1868; Univ. Neb. 1892, B. S. ; Des M. C. 1893, Ph.B. ; U. C. Divinity 
School, Sep. lS93-May 94; ord. Dorchester, Neb., Nov. 27, 1894; p. 
Golden, Col., Dec. 1894-Dec. 96; editor Rocky Mountain Baptist, Dec. 
1896-June 97; miss, chapel car, Sep.-Nov. 1897; Friend, Neb., Dec. 
1897-Aug. 1901; R. T. S. 1904; student p. Niagara St., Rochester, 
1901-04; miss. A. B. H. M. Soc. Coamo, P. R., Sep. 1904-May 07; 
p. Louisville, Col., Sep. 1907-Feb. 08; traveling miss., A. B. H. U. 
Soc, Mar.-Aug. 1908; miss. Salt Lake City, Utah, Aug.-Nov. 1908; 
traveling miss., Nov. 1908-Mar. 09; miss., Pucbla, ^Mexico, Apr. 1909-. 
Author, Tracts in Spanish, La Biblia y las Ofrendas; Pan cotidiano 
para cl Alma. Address, 2 Calle de Progreso, No. 1, Puebla, Pue., Mex. 

HERBERT WILLIAM VODRA, b. Clayton, N. Y., Oct. 18, 1870; 
U. R. 1901; R. T. S. 1904; ord. Second ch., Rochester, N. Y., May 5, 
1904; miss., A. B. H. M. Soc, in Porto Rico, 1904-. Dist. Supt. ; pres. 
Bapt. Institute and Theological Training School ; graduate study, U. R. 

Address, Coamo, Porto Rico. 

JOHN SHERMAN WALLACE, b. Linn Co., Ore., Feb. 23, 1877; 
McM. C, 1901; R. T. S. 1904, B. D. 1906; ord. Tacoma, Wash., July 
14, 1904; p. South ch., Tacoma, June 1904-Nov. 05; Sixth Ave. ch., 
ib., Nov. 1905-Sep. 09; graduate student U. of Wash., 1905-07; vice 
pres., N. B. C, 1908-. Author, tract, What Do You Think of the 
Church? Address, 808 N. Prospect St., Tacoma, Wash. 

JOHN FREDERICK WEINHAUER, b. WeHsville, N. Y., May 12, 

1875; U. R. 1901; R. T. S. 1904; ord. Central Square, N. Y., Dec 16, 
1904; p. Central Square, Sep. 1904-Jan. 07; Skaneateles, Jan. 1907-. 
graduate study, Syracuse U. (History and Philosophy), 1907-09. 

Address, Skaneateles, N. Y. 

LAWRENCE ADELBERT WOOD, b. Chesterville, O., Sep. 19, 
1875: D. U. 1901; R. T. S. 1904; ord. Akron, N. Y., July 27, 1904; p. 
Akron, N. Y., 1904-. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Chester Harris Howe, b. Maiden, Mass., July 25, 1881; H. U. 1901; 
R. T. S. 1901-02; dismissed to U. C. Divinity School. 

Address, 39 Franklin St., S. Framingham, Mass. 

Phillip Laure, R. T. S. 1901-02; (for record see G. D. Class of 1901). 

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Archibald Ellsworth Minard, b. Brooklyn Cor., N. S., Jan. 18, 1878; 
H. U. 1901, B. S.; R. T. S. 1901-02; dismissed to U. C. Divinity 
School. Address, Agricultural College, Fargo, N. D. 

31 

1905 

GRADUATES 

CONRAD H. MOEHLMANN, Class Secretary 

EDWARDS LEWIS BAYLISS, b. Ogden, Utah, Oct. 10, 1870; B. U. 
1902, Ph.B.; R. T. S. 1905, B. D. 1905; ord. Ludlow, Vt., June 19, 
1905; p. Ludlow, May 1905- pres., Vt. B. Y. P. U., 1908-09. 

Address, Ludlow, Vt. 

FRANCIS STEPHENS BERNAUER, b. Gaines, Penn., Oct. 9, 1870; 
ord. Second Free Bapt. ch., Buffalo, N. Y., 1895; U. R. 1903; R. T. S. 
1905, B. D.; p. First ch., Middlebirry, Pa., Oct. 1900-Nov. 03; First 
ch., Stirling, N. Y., Nov. 1903-June 05; First ch., Saginaw, Mich., 
July 1905-May 07 ; evangelist and graduate student, U. C, May 1907-. 

Addres, 6318 Sangamon St., Chicago, 111. 

PAUL BROWN, b. Milwaukee Co., Wis., June 18, 1874; B. U. 1902; 
R. T. S. 1905; ord. Feb. 24, 1899, Marinette, 1905, Lancaster, 1906-. 

Address, Lancaster, Wis. 

ROBERT JOHNSON COLPITTS, b. Elgin, N. B., Canada, Oct. 8, 
1873 ; Ac. C. 1901 ; financial agent for The Maritime Baptist, July 1901- 
Sep. 02; R. T. S. 1905, B. D. 1905; ord. Pointe de Bute, N. B., Dec. 
28, 1905 ; p. Pointe de Bute, Nov. 1905-. 

Address, Upper Pointe de Bute, N. B., Canada. 

EZRA FESSLER EBERLY, b. Scheafferstown, Pa., Jan. 25, 1875; 
Grand Island C, 1902; R. T. S. 1905; ord. Chadron, Neb., Sep. 15, 
1905; p. Chadron, July 1905-Nov. 08; Bethany ch., Hampton, Neb., 
Nov. 1908-. Address, Hampton, Neb. 

ANDREW LITTLE ERASER, b. Hawick, Scotland, Aug. 10, 1872: 
B. U. 1902; R. T. S. 1905, B. D. 1905; U. C. Divinity School, summer 
1904; ord. Lake Ave. ch., Rochester, N. Y., May 12, 1905; miss. 
A. B. F. M. Soc, Ningpo, China, 1905-06; Shaohsing, 1906-. 

Address, Shaohsing, via Ningpo, China. 

CHARLES HENRY FREDERICK, b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 15, 
1875; Y. C. 1900; R. T. S. 1905, B. D. 1905; ord. Westfield, N. J., Sep. 
8, 1904; p. N. Lyme, Conn., Oct. 1906-. Address, N. Lyme, Conn. 

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1905 

GEORGE EDGAR KREAGER, b. Newark, O., June 10, 1869; D. U. 
1898; teaching 1898-99; ord. Smithfield, O., Nov. 2, 1899; p. Smith- 
field, Sep. 1899-Scp. 1902; R. T. S. 1905; p. Hermitage, N. Y., Aug. 
1904-Dec. 06; Torch, Little Hocking, Troy and Vandcrhoof, O., Dec. 
1906-Oct. 08; Free Will Bapt. ch.. Guysville, Jan.-Dec. 1908; Glouster, 
Oct. 1908-. Address, 18 Opera House Block, Zanesville, O. 

JOHN NATHANIEL LAWLESS, b. Ala. Ark., Mar. 20, 1874; ord. 
Pleasant Grove, Ark., Oct. 20. 1895; Ouachita C. 1902; R. T. S. 1905; 
p. Brookland, Washington, D. C, 1905-07; Waco, Tex., 1907- ; 

GEORGE WRIGHT LEWIS, b. Ada, C, May 19, 1876; D. U. 1902; 
K. 1. -S. l')U3, 1',. 1). 1W5; ..r<l. Riley Creek ch., Ada, O.. July 19, 1905; 
miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, Kityang, China, Oct. 1905-Oct. 06; Ungkung, 
Oct. 1906-. Address, Ungkung (via Swatow) China. 

CONRAD HENRY MOEHLMANN, b. Meriden, Conn., May 20, 
1879; U. Mich. 1902; R. T. S. 1905, B. D. 1905; ord. Central City, 
Neb., Sep. 22, 1905; p. Central City, July 1905-Dec. 06; instructor 
Church History, R. T. S. 1907-08; Fellow, R. T. S. in U. C. June 1908- 
May 09; instructor, Hebrew Lang, and Literature, R. T. S., 1909-10. 
Address, 283 Laburnam Crescent, Rochester, N. Y. 

DAVID ALEXANDER PITT, b. Tamlaght, Co. Derry, Ireland, Mar. 
14, 1877; U. Pcnn. 1902; R. P. S. 1905, B. D. 1905; ord. Cuba, N. Y., 
May 1905; p. Cuba, Jan. 1905-09; graduate student, U. C. Divinity 
School, summer 1909 ; p. Lockport, 1909-. Address, Lockport, N. Y. 

JESSE ELIAS RHODES, b. Youngstown, Kan., Dec. 1, 1872; McM. 
C. 1902; R. T. S. 1905, B. D. 1905; ord. McMinnville, Ore., June 30, 
1905; miss. A. B. M. F. Soc, Bassein, Burma, 1905-June 08; health 
failed; college printer, McM. C, June 1908-. 

Address, McMinnville, Ore. 

HENRY BURKE ROBINS, b. Harlan, la., July 8, 1874; W. J. C. 
1902 ; R. T. S. 1905, B. D. 1905 ; ord. Rocky Ford, Colo., July 14, 1898 ; 
p. Oregon City, Ore., June 1905-May 07; Dixon, Calif., May 1907- 
Aiig. 09; acting prof. Pacific Coast Bapt. T. S., Aug. 1907- Fellow of 
R. T. S. 1910-. Address, 2606 Dwight Way, Berkeley, Calif. 

JOEL FLORIDA SAVELL, b. Santa Rosa, Fla., Jan. 17, 1863; How- 
ard C. Ala., 1892; ord. Second ch., Birmingham, Ala., 1891; S. B. T. 
S. 1892-93; p. 1893-Sep. 1902; R. T. S. 1905; p. University Ave. ch., 
Rochester, Oct. 1903-05; First ch.. Poplar Bluflf, Mo., May 1905-Mar. 
08; First ch., Fayetteville, Tenn., Mar. 1908-. 

Address, Fayetteville, Tenn. 

CHARLES BURTON STEPHENS, b. Logan Co., 111., Dec. 29, 
1876; W. J. C. 1902; R. T. S. 1905, B. D. 1905; ord. South Omaha, 
Neb., June 14, 1905 ; p. First ch., Kearney, Neb., June 1905-. 

Address, 2013 Sixth Ave., Kearney, Neb. 
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BURTT NEVILLE TIMBIE, b. Pittsfield, Mass., Oct. 30, 1874; 
Bridgewater (Mass.) S. N. S.; teaching, 3 years; B. U. 1900-02; R. T. 
S. 1905; ord. Pittsfield, Mass., May 23, 1905; p. Wetzel Memorial cli., 
Kirkwood, Mo., June 1905- 

Address, 120 E. Monroe Ave., Kirkwood, Mo. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Carey Herbert Conley, b. Tecumseh, Mich., Jan. 29, 1879; U. Mich. 
1902 ; R. T. S. 1902-03 ; dismissed to U. C. ; teaching, 1905- 

Address, 707 Church St., Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Roscoe Barnet Favoright, b. Hagerstown, Ind., Mar. 6, 1873; S. C. 
1902; R. T. S. Sep.-Dec. 1902; ord. Atlanta, 111., Aug. 11, 1903; p. 
Apr. 1903- Address, 108 E. Fifth St., North Platte, Neb. 

Edwin Westlake Fiske, b. Rochester, N. Y., Dec. 19, 1876; U. R. 1900; 
R. T. S. 1902-03; not ord.; in business, Rochester, 1903- 

Address, 262 Court St., Rochester, N. Y. 

Alonzo Willard Fortune, b. Killbuck, O., June 29, 1873; Hiram C. 
1898; ord. Church of Christ, Hiram, O., June 1901; R. T. S. 1903-04; 
dismissed to S. B. T. S. Address, 1358 Burdette Ave., Cincinnati, O. 

William Ludwig Wahl, R. T. S. 1902-03 (for record vid G. D. Class of 
1901). 

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1906 

GRADUATES 

M. E. VAN NOSTRAND, Class Secretary 

GEORGE MILTON BARDSLEY, b. Augusta, Me., Mar. 11, 1869; 

B. U. ; R. T. S. 1906 ; ord. ; assistant p. First ch., Hartford, Conn. 

Address, Hartford, Conn. 

ALANSON WATSON BROWN, b. Ithaca, Mich., July 12, 1879; Kal. 

C. 1902; U. C. 1903; C. T. S. fall 1902; R. T. S. 1906, B. D. 1906; ord. 
Grand Rapids, Mich., June 29, 1906; p. Second ch.. Grand Rapids, May 
1906-Oct. 08; associate p. Fountain St. ch. (consolidated), Oct. 1908- 

Address, 177 N. Prospect St., Grand Rapids, Mich. 

FREDERICK AUGUSTUS BRUNER, b. Atlantic, la.. May 29, 1869; 
W. J. C. 1894-97; Moody Bible Inst. 1897-99; miss, of American S. S. 
Union, May-Sep. 1899; ord. Hebron, Neb., Mar. 8, 1900; p. Hebron, 
1900-01 ; Bethel ch., Hiawatha, Kan., 1901-03 ; Kansas City Bapt. T. S., 
1902-05, B. Th., ib., 1905 ; R. T. S. 1906 ; p. Chamite, Kan., May 1906- 
Nov. 07; Emmanuel ch., Sacramento, Calif., Dec. 1907-. 

Address, 2416 P St., Sacramento, Calif. 
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1906 

ISRAEL BROOKS CLARK, 1). renficld, N. Y., Oct. 5, 1879; U. R. 
1903 ; R. T. S. 1906, B. D. 1906 ; ord. Park Ave. ch., Rochester, N. Y., 
May 4, 1906; miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, Suifii, China, Oct. 1906-. 

Address, Suifu, (via Chunking), West China. 

FORD TODD COX. b. Laurens Co., S. C. Sep. 10, 1880; Fur. U. 
1902; teaching, 1903-(M; R. T. S. 1906; ord. Jacobsburg, O., Sep. 16, 
1906; p. Jacobsburg, Woodsfield, Beallsville, O., 1906; Harmony, N. C, 
1907-08; teaching, 1908- Address, Fountain Inn, S. C. 

HERMAN GIRVIN CUTHBERT, b. Philadelphia, Pa., Apr. 6, 1881; 
U. Penn. 1902; in business, June 1902-Aug. 03; R. T. S. 1906, B. D. 
1906; graduate student, U. C, June 1906-Dec. 08; summer, 1909; not 
ord. ; assistant p. Fountain St. ch., Grand Rapids, Mich., June 1907- 
June 08; teaching, 1908- 

Permanent address, 3944 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

JOHN PATON DAVIES, b. Cleveland, O., July 27, 1878; O. C. 1900; 
Y. M. C. A. secy. O. State U., 1900-02; C. T. S. 1904-05; R. T. S. 
1906, B. D. 1906; ord. Cedar Ave. ch., Cleveland, O., June 13, 1906; 
miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, Kiating, 1906- 

Address, Kiating, West China. 

CHARLES FRANCIS EDDY, b. Richville, N. Y., Oct. 5, 1873; U. R. 
1902; R. T. S. 1906; ord. Tipton, Ind., July 26, 1906; p. Tipton, June 
1906-Mar. 08; Rose, N. Y., June 1908- Address, Rose, N. Y. 

CLARENCE MILTON EDDY, b. Wauseon, O., June 13, 1877; 
D. U. 1903 ; R. T. S. 1906 ; ord. Coshocton, O., June 28, 1906 ; p. Coshoc- 
ton, June 1906-Mar. 08; Urbana, Mar. 1908- pres. O. State B. Y. 
P. U., 1908-09. Address, 112 E. Ward St., Urbana, O. 

CHARLES FRED EISENMENGER, b. Hanover, Canada, Jan. 6, 
1871; B. U. 1903: R. T. S. 1906; ord. Issaquah, Wash., Nov. 6, 1906; 
miss. A. B. H. M. Soc, Issaquah, 1906-. 

Address, Issaquah, Wash. 

ANDREW SCOTT FITTS, b. Newport, Ky., Oct. 13, 1879; U. Cin- 
cinnati, O., 1902; in business, June 1902-Sep. 03; R. T. S. 1906, B. D. 
1906; ord. Coalton, O., Oct. 2, 1906; miss. p. Vigo, Sep. 1906-May 08; 
Palestine ch., Shcrritts, May 1908-Sep. 09; p. North East, Pa., Oct. 
1909-. Address, North East, Pa. 

WAYLAND DUNN GATES, b. Scranton, Pa., Apr. 18, 1883; Hills- 
dale C. 1903; R. T. S. 1906, B. D. 1906; graduate student, U. T. S. 
1906-07, also Columbia U. ; ord. Scranton, Pa., June 25, 1906; asist- 
ant. p. Second Ave. ch.. New York, N. Y., June-Dec. 1906; p. Emman- 
uel ch., ib., Dec. 1906-June 07 ; miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, Hanyang, China, 
Oct. 1907-. Address, Hanyang, China. 

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1906 

OTIS GREEN, b. Renrock, O., June 8, 1876; B. U. 1903, Ph.B.; H. U. 
Divinity School, 1903-04; R. T. S. 1906, B. D. 1906; ord. Mt. Gilead, 
O., Nov. 7, 1906; p. Mt. Gilead, Oct. 1906-. 

Address, Mt. Gilead, O. 

HARRY GLADSTONE GREENSMITH, b. Wombwell, Yorkshire, 
England, Aug. 6, 1869; U. R. 1900-03; R. T. S. 1906; ord. Oswego, 
N. Y., Oct. 14, 1907; p. Wilder St. ch. and Bronson Ave. ch. (consoli- 
dated), Rochester, N. Y., 1906-07; Oswego, May 1907-10; associate 
secy., Rochester Y. M. C. A., 1910-. Representative to International 
Supreme Lodge, L O. G. T. at Belfast, Ireland, 1905, 1908 and at 
Stockholm, Sweden, 1902, 1905 ; International Chaplain, I. O. G. T., 
1908- Address, 134 South Ave., Rochester, N. Y. 

JAMES MILTON HARRIS, b. Great Valley, N. Y., Feb. 25, 1875; 
U. R. 1901; R. T. S. 1906; ord. Swea City, la., Jan. 15, 1907; p. Swea 
City, Aug. 1906-June 09 ; graduate student, U. C. Divinity School, sum- 
mer 1909; p. Shinglehouse, Pa., Feb. 1910-. 

Address, Shinglehouse, Pa. 

EDWARD LEONARD JAMES, b. Rushford, N. Y., May 28, 1873; 
U. R. 1903; R. T. S. 1906, B. D. 1906; ord. Hartford, N. Y., June 28, 
1906; p. Walworth, May 1902- Apr. 06; Hartford, June 1906-. 

Address, Hartford, N. Y. 

JOHN WILLIAM JOHNSON, b. Willington, Durham, England, Jan. 
31, 1872; U. R., Ph.B., 1909; R. T. S. 1906; ord. Ransomville, N. Y., 
July 2, 1901; p. Ransomville, 1901-04; Le Roy, Jan. 1906-Apr. 09; 
w. c. Apr.-Dec. 1909; p. Wenatchee, Wash., Dec. 1909-. 

Address, 318 Chelan Ave. S., Wenatchee, Wash. 

RALPH MORTIMER JONES, b. Wolfville, N. S., July 19, 1879; 
Ac. C. 1898-1901; R. T. S. 1906; ord. Chester, Vt., Nov. 7, 1906; p. 
Chester, Sep. 1906-. Address, Chester, Vt. 

OSCAR PAUL LIENAU, b. Grandeuz, Prussia, Germany, Oct. 9, 
1875; Kal. C. 1902; assistant secy., Y. M. C. A., New York, N. Y., and 
at Central Y. M. C. A., Philadelphia, Pa., 1902-03; R. T. S. 1906; 
not ord. ; teaching, 1906-. Address, 604 Augusta Ave., Spokane, Wash, 

MILTON McWHORTER LIVINGSTON, b. Gaylesville, Ala., Sep. 
7, 1875; Mendota C. 111., 1904; R. T. S. 1906; ord. Advent Christian 
Conference, Elgin, 111., Apr. 25, 1903 ; p. Schenectady, N. Y., May 1906- 
Jan. 08; Jacksonville, Fla., Jan.-June 1908; p. and teaching, Los 
Angeles, Calif., Sep. 1908-. 

Address, 246 Ave. 23, Los Angeles, Calif. 

ROBERT BELL LONGWELL, b. Clarion Co., Pa., June 6, 1873; 
B. U. 1903; R. T. S. 1906; B. D. May 1906; ord. Second ch., Suffiield, 
Conn., Sep. 7, 1906; miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, to Nagas at Impur, Assam, 
Dec. 1906-. Address, Impur, Assam, India. 

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PETER ALEXANDER McDIARMID, b. Bruce Co., Ontario, Cana- 
da, Aug. 21, 1874; McM. U. 1903; R. T. S. 1906; ord.; mi.s.s. A. B. F. M. 
See, Sena Bata, Congo Free State, 1906-. 

Address in U. S., A. B. F. M. Soc, Ford Bldg., Boston, Mass. 

EZRA MINOR MORSE, b. Watkins, N. Y., Apr. 21, 1873; Colg. U. 
1902; R. r. S. 1900; ord. S. Livonia, N. Y., Aug. 22, 1906; p. S. 
Livonia, 1906-Feb. 09; in business, w. c. Belmont, Feb. 1909-. 

Address, Belmont, N. Y. 

FRANCIS WAYLAND PATTISON, b. Albany, N. Y., Aug. 18, 
1879; Ac. C. 1904; R. T. S. 1906; ord. Second ch., Rochester, N. Y., 
June 21, 1906; miss. p. in Manitoba and Alberta, Canada, 1906-07; 
assistant to the Rev. G. Campbell Morgan, D.D., London, England, 
1908; p. Maverick ch., E. Boston, Mass., Dec. 1908-. 

Address, East Boston, Mass. 

CHARLES EUGENE ROSS, b. Maine, N. Y., Apr. 8, 1867; U. R. 
1901; R. T. S. 1906; ord. Naples, N. Y., June 28, 1906; p. Naples, Feb. 
1906-Mar. 08; Poultney, Vt., Mar. 1908-. Address, Poultney, Vt. 

MORTON RUTHERFORD SHELDON, b. Springboro, Pa., June 

4, 1876; Bu. U. 1903; R. T. S. 1906; ord. Rapid City, S. D., Aug. 15, 
1906; p. Rapid City, June 1906-June 09; Arlington St. ch., Akron, O., 
July 1909-. Address, 38 Irwin Court, Akron, O. 

FRANK KING SINGISER, b. Mechanicsburg, Pa., Oct. 27, 1880; 
U. R. 1903; R. T. S. 1906, B. D. 1906; ord. Allentown, Pa., July 6, 
1906; p. Montevideo, Minn., 1906-07; Cong, ch., Ortonville, 1907-. 
Author, The Dynamic of Culture. Address, Ortonville, Minn. 

LEO WHITTEMORE SPRING, b. Knoxville, Pa., June 4, 1874; 
Knox C, 1902; ord. Galesburg, 111., Sep. 13, 1906; p. East Main St. 
Cong, ch., Galesburg, 111., Sep. 1901-Aug. 03; R. T. S. 1906; miss. A. 
B. F. M. Soc, to Shans at Bhamo, Burma, Sep. 1906-. 

Address, Bhamo, Burma. 

WILLIAM KEENEY TOWNER, b. Mitchells, Pa., Feb. 12, 1871; 
ord. Dansville, N. Y., Feb. 4, 1897; p. Dansville, July 1895-Nov. 98; 
Painted Post, Nov. 1898-Oct. 1900; U. R. 1900-03; p. Clifton, Oct. 
1900- Feb. 05; Wilder St. ch., Rochester, Feb. 1905-Apr. 06; R. T. S. 
1906; p. Geneva, Apr. 1906-. 

Address, 150 LaFayette Ave., Geneva, N. Y. 

MANNING EUGENE VAN NOSTRAND, b. Keyport, N. J., Nov. 

5, 1877; B. U. 1903; R. T. S. 1906, B. D. 1906; ord. Hornell, N. Y., 
Sep. 20, 1906; p. South Side ch., Hornell, May 1906-. 

Address, 361 Canisteo St., Hornell, N. Y. 
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1907 

FRANK EDMOND VOLCK, b. Chicago, 111., July 17, 1870; U. Neb. 
1903; R. T. S. 1906, B. D. 1906; ord. Lincoln, Neb., May 29, 1906; 
p. Blaine, Wash., June 1906-June 09; Ragan, Neb., Aug. 1909-10; Wy- 
more, 1910-. Address, Wymore, Neb. 

JOHN GERALD YORK, b. Peru, Ind., June 19, 1875; F. C. 1902; 
p. Second ch., Alt. Pleasant, Ind., Feb. 1902-May 03; R. T. S. 1906, 
B. D. 1906; ord. Fulton, N. Y., June 15, 1906; p. Fulton, May 1906- 
Vice pres. N. Y. State S. S. Association, 1909-. 

Address, 351 Highland St., Fulton, N. Y. 

32 

1907 

GRADUATE STUDENTS 

HERMAN GIRVIN CUTHBERT, graduate student, R. T. S. 1906-07 
(for record vid. Class of 1906). 

HARRY SHREVE HIGGINS, graduate student, R. T. S. 1906-07 
(for record vid. Class of 1902). 

GRADUATES 

R. B. PATTISON, Class Secretary 

FRANK BRUCE BACHELOR, b. Wells Co., Ind., Dec. 11, 1876; 
F. C. 1904; R. T. S. 1907; ord. Crooked Creek, Ind., May 24, 1901; 
p. Crooked Creek, Sep. 1900-Sep. 04; F. C. 1904; R. T. S. 1907, B. 
D. 1908; p. Coldwater, Mich., May 1908- pres. Ind. B. Y. P. U. 1902- 
04. Address, 11 Division St., Coldwater, Mich. 

GORDON HARRINGTON BAKER, b. Yancook Is. N. S., Canada, 
Mar. 20, 1878; Ac. C. 1904; R. T. S. 1907, B. D. 1908; ord. Himrod, N. 
Y., May 31, 1905; p. Montreal, Canada, May 1907-. 

Address, 208 Ash Ave., Montreal, Que., Canada. 

IRVING JUDSON BECKWITH, b. McDonough, N. Y., Mar. 31, 
1883; B. U. 1904; R. T. S. 1907; ord. Oxford, N. Y., Sep. 10, 1907 
assistant p. First ch., Dayton, O., and p. Dayton View Branch ch. 
June 1907-. Address, 527 River St., Dayton, O 

BAYARD BLAINE BRADEN, b. Farmersburg, Ind., Dec. 19, 1879 
Ottawai U. 1894 ; R. T. S. 1907 ; ord. First ch., Wichita, Kan., May 3Q 
1906; traveled in Palestine, Egypt and Europe, May-Sep. 1907; p 
Charleston, 111., Nov. 1907-Oct. 09; Roodhouse, Oct. 1909-. 

Address, Roodhouse, 111. 

EDWIN RANSOM BROWN, b. Lena, 111., Dec. 12, 1880; S. C, 1904; 
R. T. S. 1907, B. D. 1908; ord. Temple ch., Los Angeles, Calif., July 

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1907 

11, 1907; assistant p. Temple ch., Los Angeles, June 1907-Oct. 09; 
miss. A. B. H. M. Soc, Mexico City, Mexico, Oct. 1909- 

Addrcss, 3a Gabino Barreda, 56, Int. 7, Mexico, D. F. 

ROLLA EARL BROWN, b. Russell, N. Y., Nov. 5, 1875; ord. First 
ch., Cumberland, la., Nov. 15, 1899; p. Cumberland, July 1899-Sep. 
1900; Evanston, Wyo., Nov. 1900-Scp. 03; D. U. 1904; Niagara St. 
ch., Rochester, N. Y., Aug. 1904-May 06; R. T. S. 1907; iMarket St. 
ch. ; Zanesville, O., Aug. 1907-. Address, 231 Thurman St., Zanesville, O. 

WILLIAM CALLOWAY, b. Calhoun Co., 111., June 27, 1869; La Gr. 
C. 1902; ord. June 1894, Foley, Mo.; R. T. S. 1907; fin. agent La. Gr. 
C, 1907-09; p. Maywod. 1909-. Address, Maywood, Mo. 

HAROLD PUTNAM CHAFFEE, b. Saratoga Springs, N. Y., Apr. 
25, 1880; D. U. 1903; pres. secy., Bishop C, Marshall, Tex., 1903-04; 
R. T. S. 1907; ord. Park Ave. ch., Rochester, N. Y., May 11, 1907; 
p. Grundy Center, la., May 1907-Jan. 10; First ch., Iowa City, Jan. 
1910-. Address, Iowa City, la. 

ALBERT B. CLARK, b. Manchester, N. Y., June 21, 1879; U. R. 
1905; R. T. S. 1907; ord. Boise, Idaho, July 18, 1907; p. Eagle, July 
1907-Mar. 08; Idaho Falls, Mar. 1908- Address, Idaho Falls, Idaho. 

CHARLES ABRAM DECKER, b. Rochester, N. Y., Mar. 7, 1877; 
U. R. 1902; p. Williamston, Apr. 1901-May 07; R. T. S. 1907; ord. 
Williamston, N. Y., June 4, 1907; p. Fourth ch., Chicago, 111., May 
1907-. Address, 1755 Washington Boul., Chicago, 111. 

CHARLES FOWLER FIELDS, b. Granby, Conn., Aug. 5, 1874; 
B. U. 1904; R. T. S. 1907, B. D. 1908; ord. Hoboken, N. J., Sep. 
1907; p. First ch., Hoboken, May 1907-09; Ogdensburg, N. Y., 1909-. 

Address, Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

MANSFIELD FRENCH FORBELL, b. E. Rockaway, L. I., Feb. 
3. 1876; B. U. 1903; instructor, Oratory, Bu. U., 1903-04; R. T. S. 
1907; ord. Sunbury, Pa., Sep. 10, 1907; p. Sunbury, July 1907- 

Address, 115 S. Fourth St., Sunbury, Pa. 

SAMUEL HAEMEL, b. Pittsburg, Pa., Mar. 3, 1874; G. D. 1902; 
ord. First German ch.. New York, N. Y., Sep. 11, 1902; p. First Germ, 
ch.. New York, N. Y., 1902-05; R. T. S. 1907, B. D. 1908; p. First 
Germ, ch., Chicago, 111., 1907-09; miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, Madras, 1909- 

Address, Madras, India. 

ANTHONY CONRAD HAGEMAN, b. Independence, la.. May 19, 
1872; ord. Beaver, la., June 1902; p. Beaver, la., 1900-04; DesM. C. 
1904; p. Hannibal, N. Y., 1905-07; R. T. S. 1907, B. D. 1908; miss. 
A. B. H. M. Soc, Bayano dist., Cuba, Jan. 1908-Dec. 09; 

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1907 

FRANCIS CLYDE HEROD, b. Dunkard, Pa., June 2, 1877; W. Va, 
U. 1903; instructor, Rhetoric, W. Va. U., 1903-04; R. T. S. 1907; 
graduate student, missionary preparation, U. T. S., 1907-08; ord. 
Bushwick Ave. ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., June 25, 1908; assistant p. Bush- 
wick Ave. ch., Brooklyn, 1907-08; miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, as prof. Bapt. 
C, Rangoon, Burma, Nov. 1908-. 

Address, Baptist College, Rangoon, Burma. 

DAVID ORVAL HOPKINS, b. Wales, Sep. 17, 1875; Ottawa U., 
1904; N. T. I. 1904-05; Kansas City T. S. 1905-06; R. T. S. 1907; 
ord. Reading, Kan., 1899; p. Roodhouse, 111., 1907-09; Cambridge, 1909-. 

Address, 115 Court St., Cambridge, 111. 

ELY VICTOR LAMB, b. Clark Co., 111., June 4, 1873; ord. Washburn, 
Mo., 1899; p. Elm Grove, Mo., 1897-1901; W. J. C. 1901; p. Trimble, 
Mo. 1900-01 ; First ch., Flat River, Apr. 1902-Aug. 04 ; R. T. S. 1907 ; 
p. Seventh St. ch., St. Louis, Mo., 1907-08; First ch., E. St. Louis, 111., 
1908-. Address, 419 N. 11th St., E. St. Louis, 111. 

LESLIE ORAN LOOMER, b. Walton, N. S. Jan. 26, 1878; Ac. C. 
1903; N. T. I. 1903; R. T. S. 1907; p. Lower Stewiacke, N. S., 1908-. 

Address, Lower Stewiacke, N. S. 

DONALD BRUCE MacQUEEN, b. Manilla, Ont., Canada, Dec. 23, 
1877; R. T. S. 1907, B. D. 1908; ord. W. Henrietta, N. Y., May 15, 
1908; p. W. Henrietta, 1908-. graduate student, R. T. S., N. T., 1907- 
09. Address, W. Henrietta, N. Y. 

HARLEY HARREN MARRIOTT, b. Vernon, la., Jan. 27, 1877; 
LaGr. C, 1904; R. T. S. 1907; ord. Farmington, la., Dec. 14, 1897; 
p. Clayton, III, July 1907-Feb. 09; First ch., Fort Scott, Kan., Feb. 
1909- Address, 733 S. Judson St., Fort Scott, Kan. 

JOHN SMITH McFADDEN, b. Johnson's Mills, N. B., Canada, 
Apr. 9, 1877; Ac. C. 1902, Y. C. 1904; R. T. S. 1907; ord. Petitcodiac, 
N. B., Oct. 30, 1907; p. Petitcodiac, Sep. 1907-June 09; River Hebert, 
N. S., July 1909-. Address, River Hebert, Cumb. Co., N. S. 

JOHN COV/AN McFARLANE, b. Huron Co., Ont., Oct. 8, 1866; 
McM. U. 1899; ord. Port Perry, Ont. Dec. 6, 1899; p. Port Perry, 
May 1899-Sep. 1904; R. T. S. 1907; p. W. Henrietta, Sep. 1904-Oct. 
07; Port Hope, Ont., Oct. 1907-. 

Address, Port Hope, Ontario, Canada. 

JOHN NAIL McLEAN, b. Brock Township, Ont., Canada, Jan. 1, 
1870; McM. U. 1903; ord. Wingham, Ont., June 3, 1903; p. Wingham, 
Oct. 1903-Sep. 05; R. T. S. 1907; p. Ontario, N. Y., 1905-07; Taber- 
nacle ch., Winnipeg, Manitoba, July 1907-. 

Address, 343 St. John's Ave., Winnipeg, Man. 
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1907 

JOHN WEAVER NEWSOM, b. Katonton, Ga., Oct. 20, 1879; Mer. 
U. 1900; p. and teaching, Georgetown, Ga., 1900-04; ord. Morgan, Ga., 
1901; R. T. S. 1907, B. D. 1908; graduate student, Bible History, 
R. T. S. 1907-08, also U. R. ; p. Knowlesville, N. Y., Apr. 1906-May 
08; head Theological dcpt.. Bishop C., 1908-. 

Address, Bishop College, Marshall, Texas. 

MERRICK CALVIN PARISH, b. Richland, N. Y., Dec. 4, 1871; 
DesM. C. 1904; R. T. S. 1907; ord. Murray, la., June 29, 1904; p. 
Stirling, N. Y., June 1905-May 07; miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, Pegu, 
Burma, Nov. 1907-. Address, Pegu, Burma. 

ROBERT BAINBRIDGE PATTISON, b. New Haven, Conn., May 

30. 1875; U. R. 1S99, 15. S. ; in business. New York, N. Y., 1899-1903; 
R. T. S. 1907; ord. Second ch., Rochester, N. Y., June 11, 1907; p. 
Claremont, N. H., Oct. 1907-. Address, Claremont, N. H, 

CARL MILHOUSE REVENAUGH, b. Rowland, O., May 1, 1875; 
D. U. 1904; R. T. S. 1907; not ord.; teaching, 1907- 

Address, Pe Ell, Washington. 

LEWIS BERNARD ROGERS, b. Lakeville. N. Y., Apr. 24, 1873; 
DesM. C. 1904; ord. Lohrville, la., Sep. 4, 1903; p. North Union ch., 
Boone, la., 1901-04; R. T. S. 1907; miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, Toungoo, 
Burma, 1907-. Address, Toungoo, Burma. 

CHARLES RUTHERFORD, b. Minto, Ont., Canada, May 18, 1875; 
McM. C. 1904; R. T. S. 1907; ord. McMinnville, Ore., June 11, 1907; 
miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, to Telugus, S. India, Oct. 1907-. 

Address, Nandyal, R. S., S. India. 

WILLIAM CLARENCE SCOTT, b. New Windsor, 111., Mar. 28, 
1877; O. U. 1901-04; ord. Erie, Kan., May 23, 1902; p. Erie, 1902-04; 
Kansas City Bapt. T. S. 1905-06; p. Clifton, N. Y., Dec. 1906-May 07; 
R. T. S. 1907 ; p. Shelbina, Mo., Alay 1907- Address, Shelbina, ^lo. 

WILLIAM OSCAR SHANK, b. Brown Co., 111.. Dec. 9, 1868; LaGr. 
C. 1904; R. T. S. 1907, B. D. 1908; ord. Kellerville, 111., Aug. 1902; p. 
Winfield, Kan., 1907- Address, 210 E. Eleventh St., Winfield, Kan. 

ERASTUS ABRAHAM SMITH, b. Crowley. Ark., July 14. 1868; 
McM. C. 1904; R. T. S. 1907; ord. Arleta, Ore., June 24, 1907; p. 
Arleta, 1907-10; Payallup, Wash., 1910-. Address, Payaliup, Wash. 

HAROLD STANLEY STEWART, b. Hamilton, Ont., Canada., Feb. 
21, 1882; U. R. 1903; H. U. 1904; R. T. S. 1907; ord.. First ch., Couders- 
port. Pa., Dec. 6. 1907; p. Coudcrsport, May 1907-Jan. 10; First ch.. 
Corning, N. Y.. Jan. 1910-. Address, Corning, N. Y. 

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1907 

FRED EVERETT STOCKTON, b. Mosiertown, Pa., Aug. 26, 1877; 
Alleghany C. 1904; R. T. S. 1907; ord. Madison, S. D., July 23, 1907; 
p. Madison, 1907-. pres. B. Y. P. U. of S. D., 1907-09. 

Address, 1307 W. Fifth St., Madison, S. D. 

WILLIAM HENRY TOLLIVER, b. Bedford, Ind., Sep. 25, 1872; 
ord. Chillicothe, Mo., June 18, 1899; W. J. C. 1900-03; p. Ludlow, Mo., 
Oct. 1898-1901 ; Gilead ch., Sugartree, Nov. 1901-Nov. 05 ; Kansas City 
Bapt. T. S. 1903-06; R. T. S. 1907; p. Columbia City, Ind., 1907-10; 
Minouk, 111., 1910-. Address, Minouk, 111. 

HARRY HINMAN TREAT, b. Mirabile, Mo., Apr. 5, 1874; Kal. C. 
1901 ; R. T. S. 1902-04 ; ord. Las Vegas, N. M., Apr. 2, 1905 ; Las Vegas, 
Dec. 1904-Aug. 06; W. Bethany, N. Y., Apr.-Aug. 1907; R. T. S. 
1907; A. B. H. M. Soc, Kiowa Indians (station. Saddle Mountain), 
1907-. pres. B. Y. P. U. of N. M., 1905. 

Address, Saddle Mountain, Okla. 

GEORGE KAVENEY WARREN, b. Codnor, Derbyshire, Eng., Feb. 
26, 1870; Syracuse U. 1904; R. T. S. 1907, B. D. 1909; ord. Lake Ave. 
ch., Rochester, N. Y., Feb. 1908; assistant p. Lake Ave. ch., Rochester, 
Jan. 1908- Jan. 10; p. Calvary ch., Syracuse, Jan. 1910-. 

Address, 1309 E. Genesee St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

EUGENE MERRILL WILSON, b. New York, N. Y., Sep. 29, 1880; 
B. U. 1904; R. T. S. 1907; ord. Potsdam, N. Y., June 14, 1907; p. Pots- 
dam, 1907-09; retired, invalid, 1909-. Address Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

LEWIS EVANS WORLEY, b. Panola, 111., Sep. 3, 1878; S. C. 1903; 
teaching, 1903-04; R. T. S. 1907; ord. El Paso, 111., July 2, 1907; miss. 
A. B. F. M. Soc, Swatow, China, 1907-. Address, Swatow, China. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Albert McKenzie Boggs, b. Nellore, India, May 18, 1883; Ac. C. 1903; 
R. T. S. 1904-05; dismissed to S. B. T. S. miss. A. B. F. M. Soc. 
1908-. Address, Madras, South India. 

Orey Mason Demcott, b. Westfield, N. Y., Aug. 3, 1871; Keuka C. 
1903; R. T. S. 1904-05; dismissed to U. T. S. 

Address, Paterson, N. J. 

John Peabody Herring, b. Haverhill, Mass., June 30, 1882; B. U. 1904; 
R. T. S. 1904-05; dismissed to U. T. S. 

Address, Redmond, Washington. 

John Alexander Hilts, b. Grey Co., Ont., Canada, June 14, 1876; McM. 
U. Theol. Dept.; R. T. S. 1906; p. S. Livonia, N. Y., 1905-07; 
Belleville, Ont., 1907-. Address, Belleville, Ont. Canada. 

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1908 

John Lee Maddox, b. Fayettevillc, O., Apr. 27, 1877; D. U. 1904; R. T. 
S. 1904-06; dismissed to Y. C. Divinity School. 

Address, Yale Station, New Haven, Conn. 

44 

1908 
GRADUATE STUDENTS 

DONALD BRUCE MacQUEEN, graduate student, R. T. S. 1907-08 

(for record vid. Clas^ of 1907). 

JOHN WEAVER NEWSOM, graduate student, R. T. S. 1907-08 (for 
record vid. Class of 1907). 

GRADUATES 

PERRY D. WOODS, Class Secretary 

DAVID BOVINGTON, b. Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England, Dec. 2, 
1869; Woodstock C. 1895; McM. U. 1899; ord. Vittoria, Ont., Canada, 
June 1899; p. Vittoria, May 1898-Apr. 1901; Windsor, Apr. 1901-July 
03 ; St. Thomas, July 1903-Sep. 06 ; Hilton, Dec. 1906-. R. T. S. 1908, 

B. D. 1909; graduate student, ib., 1908-09; fellow in theology, ib., 
1909-. Address, Hilton, N. Y. 

JOHN ANTHONY CHERNEY, b. Cleveland, C, Nov. 21, 1878; D. 
U. 1905; R. T. S. 1908; ord. Pittsburg, Penn., June 18, 1908; p. First 
ch.. Monessen, Penn., May 1908-Aug. 09; miss A. B. F. M. Soc, Oct. 
1909-. Address, Suifu, West China 

JOSEPH HERBERT COPE, b. Philadelphia, Penn., Nov. 21, 1883; 
U. Penn. 1904, B. S. ; miss. A. B. H. M. Soc. in Utah, 1904-05 ; R. T. 
S. 1908; ord. Philadelphia, Penn., June 15, 1908; miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, 
1908- Address, Haka, Chin Hills, Burma. 

FREDERICK GERMAN DEITWEILER, b. Louisville, Ky., Mar. 4, 
1881; lumber camp miss., 1901-03; miss. (Presb.) Aniwa, Wis., Oct. 
1903-Dec. 04; Presb. T. S. of Ky., 1905-07; R. T. S. 1908; B. D. 1909; 
ord. Oberlin, O., Sep. 28, 1908; p. Oberlin, 0., Aug. 1908- 

Address, 49 E. College St., Oberlin, O. 

SAMUEL EVERTON, b. Birmingham, England, Aug. 10, 1874; Man- 
itoba U., 1898 ; ord. Morden, Man., Apr. 3, 1902 ; p. Morden, Mar. 1901- 
Nov. 02; Medicine Hat, Alta., Nov. 1902-Sep. 05; R. T. S. 1908; B. 
D. 1909 ; p. Mount Pleasant ch., Vancouver, B. C, Sep. 1908- 

Address, 250 Thirteenth Ave., E., Vancouver, B. C, Canada. 

GEORGE EUGENE GIBBS, b. Encinitos, Calif., Mar. 20, 1882; W. J. 

C. 1905; R. T. S. 1908; ord. Farmington, 111., Dec. 1, 1908; p. Farm- 
ington, Sep. 1908-10; Macomb, 1910-. Address, Macomb, 111. 

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Henry Hosie Rowland, b. Delmar, Pa., Sep. 30, 1884; H. U. 1906; 
R. T. S. 1905-06; dismissed to U. T. S. 

Address, 700 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. 

Hugo Frederick Schade, R. T. S. 1905-6 (for record see G. D. Class 
of 1905). 

Russell Basket Whiteside, b. Lincoln Co., Mo., Apr. 27, 1880; ord. 
Mill Creek, Mo., July 16, 1903; La Gr. C. 1905; R. T. S. 1905-06; 

SO 
1909 

FELLOW 

CONRAD HENRY MOEHLMANN, fellow in U. C. 1908-09. (for 
record vid. Class of 1905). 

GRADUATE STUDENTS 

DAVID BOVINGTON, graduate student R. T. S. 1908-09 (for record 

vid. Class of 1908). 

DONALD BRUCE MacQUEEN, graduate student R. T. S. 1908-09 

(for record vid. Class of 1908). 

GRADUATES 

ALBERT W. BEAVAN, Class Secretary 

HERMAN CLIFFORD De ANGUERA, b. Wakefield, Mass., July 
28, 1879; D. C 1902, B. S. ; civil engineering, 1907-07; R. T. S. 1909; 
ord. Detroit, Mich., Dec. 1909; p. Clinton Ave. ch., Detroit, Mich., 
1909-. Address, 328 Meldrum Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

ALBERT WILLIAM BEAVAN, b. Moscow, Idaho, Oct. 21, 1882; 
S. C. 1906; ord. First ch., Tacoma, Wash., July 24, 1908; R. T. S. 1909; 
p. Lake Ave. ch., Rochester, N. Y., June 1909-. 

Address, 30 Lorimer St., Rochester, N. Y. 

THOMAS JOHNSON BOLGER, b. Park Hill, Ont., Canada, Dec. 31, 
1881; D. U. 1906; ord. Fourth ch., Chicago, 111., June 10, 1909; assistant 
p. First ch., Cleveland, O., May 1909-Jan. 10; assistant p. Central Presb. 
ch., Rochester, N. Y., Jan.-May 1910; R. T. S. 1910; 

Address, 1916 Potomac Ave., Chicago, 111. 

HARRY MORTIMER BREMMER, b. New York, N. Y., Jan. 6, 1885; 
N. Y. U. 1905; R. T. S. 1909; ord. First ch., Fall River, Mass., Oct. 
19, 1909; assistant p. First ch.. Fall River, June 1909-. 

Address, 372 Pine St., Fall River, Mass. 
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BERTON FREDERIC BRONSON, b. Blackhawk Co., la., Mar. 28, 
1879; Des M. C. 1906; Divinity School, U. C. 1906-08; ord. Cassopolis, 
Mich., July 15, 1907; R. T. S. 1909; p. Crookston, Minn., May 1909-. 
Address, 213 Hurlbut St., Crookston, Minn. 

JAMES MADISON BROWN, b. Hector, Kan., Feb. 19, 1872; Berea C. 
1904 Lit. B. ; assistant p. First ch., Hamilton, 0., June 1904-Sep. 06; 
R. T. S. 1909; p. Alabama, N. Y., May 1909- Address, Alabama, N. Y. 

CLARENCE EDWARD CHANEY, b. Rockford, 111., June 5, 1878; 
Y. C. 1907; R. T. S. 1909; ord. Calvary ch.. New Haven, Conn., 
May 21, 1909; miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, Alaubin, Burma, 1909-. 

Address, Maubin, I'urma, India. 

ROSCOE STINSON CHITTUM, b. Rockbridge Co., Va., Oct. 6, 
1871; Des M. C. 1902; in business 1902-06; R. T. S. 1909; ord. Sennett, 
N. Y., Oct. 8, 1909; p. Sennett, 1909-. Address, Sennett, N. Y. 

STEWART BATES CRANDELL, b. St. George, Ont., Canada, Dec. 
3, 1876; Kal. C. 1903; ord. Hastings, Mich., Oct. 1903; p. First ch., 
Hastings, Sep. 1903-Sep. 06; R. T. S. 1909; p. First ch., Hornell, N. Y. 
June 1909-. Address, 26 Church St., Hornell, N. Y. 

WALTER THOMAS CONNER, b. Cleveland Co., Ark., June 19, 
1877 ; Bay. U. 1906 ; S. B. T. S. 1907-08 ; R. T. S. 1909 ; ord. Taylor Co., 
Tex. 1909; graduate student, R. T. S. 1909-10, B. D. 1910; graduate stu- 
dent, U C. 1910- ; prof. Theology S. W. B. T. S. 1910-. 

Address, Fort Worth, Texas. 

WILLIAM REINHARD FRERICHS, b. Wilhelmshaven, Germany, 
Aug. 26, 1877; Carthage C, 1906; R. T. S. 1909; ord. Carthage, 111., 
May 20, 1909; p. Hillsboro, Ore., Nov. 1909- Address, Hillsboro, Ore. 

SILAS DELMER HUFF, b. Troy, Ind., Sep. 19, 1881; F. C. 1906; 
ord. Indianapolis, Ind., Aug. 1. 1906; R. T. S. 1909; p. Warsaw, N. 
Y., 1909-. Address, Warsaw, N. Y. 

WILLIAM JOHNSON LONGLEY, b. Chicago, 111., Sep. 22, 1883; 
Wheaton C. 1907; R. T. S. 1909; ord.; miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, May 
1909-. Address, Vinukonda, Guntur Dist., India. 

HERBERT AMOS LOTEE, b. N. Bloomfield, N. Y., Feb. 27, 1877; 
U. R. 1903; ord. Lima, N. Y., June 28, 1904; p. Calvary ch.. Middle- 
town, N. Y., June 1903-Aug. 06; Ogden ch., Jan. 1908-June 09; R. 
T. S. 1909; p. North ch., Rochester, N. Y., June 1909-. 

Address, 93 Ave. C, Rochester, N. Y. 

CHARLES FRANKLIN MATHEWS, b. St. Paris, O., Sep. 7, 1881; 
D. U. 1906, Ph.B.; R. T. S. 1909; ord. LeRoy, N. Y., June 2, 1909; p. 
LeRoy, May 1909-. Address, LeRoy, N. Y. 

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DONALD McINTYRE, b. Glomis, Ont., Canada, July 2, 1873; 
Brandon C. 1904; ord. Pincher Creek, Alberta, Jan. 1905; p. Pincher 
Creek, Sep. 1904-Sep. 07; R. T. S. 1909; assistant p. Calvary ch., 
New York, N. Y., 1909-. 

Address, Calvary Baptist Church, New York, N. Y. 

CALVIN EARL McMILLEN, b. Piqua, O., Dec. 25, 1873; D. U. 
1906; Ph. B.; ord. Fletcher, O., June 16, 1908; R. T. S. 1909; p. 
Westwood ch., Cincinnati, O., May 1909-. 

Address, Westwood, Cincinnati, O. 

HOMER DERIAL PEASE, p. Harford, Pa., Oct. 17, 1875; Bu. U. 
1906; R. T. S. 1909; ord. Hermiston, Ore., June 3, 1909; miss. p. Her- 
miston. May 1909-. Address, Hermiston, Ore. 

CARL WALLACE PETTY, b. Topeka, Kan., Aug. 23, 1884; Occi- 
dental C. 1906, B. L. ; R. T. S. 1909; ord. New Brighton, S. I., N. Y., 
July 6, 1909; p. New Brighton, Mar. 1909-Apr. 10; Creston Ave. ch., 
New York, N. Y., Apr. 1910-. 

Address, Creston Ave. Church, New York, N. Y. 

MILTON MEDFORD RECTOR, b. Mile, N. Y., Mar. 8, 1879; Keuka 
C. 1906, Ph. B.; R. T. S. 1909; ord. Kingsbury, N. Y., Sep. 15, 1909; 
p. Kingsbury, 1909-. Address, Kingsbury, N. Y. 

GEORGE SNEATH, b. Wilsford, England, June 16. 1867; Des. M. C. 
1902; ord.; R. T. S. 1909; p. Fort Madison, la., 1909-. 

Address, 730 Third St., Fort Madison, Iowa. 

ALBERT PERLEA VAN DUSEN, b. New York, N. Y., Oct. 16, 1883; 
U. R. 1905; R. T. S. 1909; ord. Darlington, Wis., Nov. 1909; p. Dar- 
lington, 1909-. Address, Darlington, Wis. 

AYERIE THOMAS WALLACE, b. Paxton, III, Nov. 2, 1880; 
S. C. 1906; R. T. S. 1909; ord. Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 1909; p. Mon- 
essen, 1909-. Address, Monessen, Pa. 

LORENZO DOW WEYAND, b. Connellsville, Pa., Dec. 4, 1879; 
Or. Island C. 1906; R. T. S. 1909, B. D. 1910; ord. Grinnell, la., July 
15, 1909; p. First ch., Grinnell, June 1909-. 

Address, 910 Park St., Grinnell, la. 



SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Edward Armstrong, b. New York, N. Y., June 4, 1876; Amity T. S.; 
R. T. S. 1906-07; ord. Indianapolis, Ind., Feb. 28, 1908; p. Indian- 
apolis, 1908-. Address, Indianapolis, Ind. 

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Russell Alzne Harty, b. Halletsville, Tex., Oct. 18, 1877; Bay. U. 1900- 
03; ord. Alt. Herman ch., Yoakum, Tex., Apr. 6, 1902; p. 1903-05; 
S. B. T. S. 1905-07; p. Houston, Tex., 1907-08; R. T. S. 1908-09; 
p. Fifth Street ch., Hannibal, Mo., 1909-. Address, Hannibal, Mo. 

Elison S. Hildreth, b. Holyoke, Mass., July 17, 1884; Am. C. 1906; 
R. T. S. 1906-07; dismissed to U. T. S. ; teaching. 

Permanent Address, 429 Northampton St., Holyoke, Mass. 

Samuel Ferguson Marsh, b. King City, Mo., Oct. 3, 1880; O. C. 1906; 
R. T. S. 1906-07; left on account of ill heailh. 

*Stanley Wellington Roberts, b. Lynn, Mass., May 25, 1882; H. U. 
1906; R. T. S. 190C)-07 ; dismissed to U. T. S. ; drowned at Freeport, 
L. I., Aug. 30, 1909. 

Fred Judson Soule, b. Ovid, Mich., Dec. 19, 1884; Alma C. 1906; R. T. S. 
1906-07; dismissed to U. T. S. 

Charles Hedges Starett, b. Blue Rock, O., Oct. 17, 1875; D. U. 1907; 
R. T. S. Sep.-Dec. 1907; ord. Blue Rock, O., July 29. 1909; p. Blue 
Rock, O., 1908-. Address, Blue Rock, O. 

George Arthur Starring, b. Princeton, III., July 13, 1882; Huron C. 
1907; R. T. S. 1907-08; teacher in public schools, 

Address, Huron, S. D. 

Dean Marvin Sutton, b. Geneva, Pa., Apr. 2, 1877; Bu. U. 1904; ord. 
Centerville, Pa., June 21, 1905; R. T. S. 1906-07; p. Panama, N. Y., 
1909-10; health failed; w. c. Address, Panama, N. Y. 

George Thomas Wood, b. Leeds, England, Mar. 11, 1876; Manchester 
(Eng.) Bapt. T. S. ; ord. Leeds, Eng., 1903; miss. E. Indies, 1903-06; 
R. T. S. 1908-09; p. Clemons, 1908-10; 

Address, Clemons, N. Y. 
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GRADUATES 

CARLETON W. ATWATER, Class Secretary 

CARLETON WILLIAM ATWATER, b. June 19, 1885; D. U. 1907; 
R. T. S. 1910; p. Coudersport, Pa., 1910-. 

Address, Coudersport, Pa. 

GORDON PAYZANT BARSS, b. Dartmouth, N. S., Feb. 10, 1885; 
Ac. C. 1906; p. St. Marys, Goshen and Country Harbour chs., Oct. 1906- 
July 07; R. T. S. 1910; Brooklyn Miss. Training Inst. Jan. 1910-. 

Address, Dartmouth, N. S. 

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CHARLES ARTHUR BARWISE, b. Manchester, June 7, 1870 
Englefield C, England; in business, New York, N. Y., 1889-1907 
assistant p. Second ch., Rochester, N. Y., May 1907-May 08; p. East 
Pembroke, May 1908-10; R. T. S. 1910; p. Greenport, L. I., May 1910- 

Address, Greenport, L. I., N. Y 

ELBERT GEORGE BEEBE, b. Waterville, Minn., Oct. 5, 1881; U 
O. 1907; R. T. S. 1910; p. Indian Lake, N. Y., 1910-. 

Address, Indian Lake, N. Y 

EUGENE CLAYTON CARDER, b. Liverpool, N. S., Canada, Dec 
11, 1881; B. U. 1907, Ph. B. ; R. T. S. 1910; p. Cuba, N. Y., Jan. 1910- 

Address, Cuba, N. Y 

EARL HERBERT CRESSY, b. Lacon, III., June 15, 1883; U. Minn 
1907; field secy. Tenn. State Y. M. C. A. 1906; ord. Yates, N. Y., Sep 
1907; p. Yates, Sep. 1907-June 09; R. T. S. 1910; miss. A. B. F. M 
Soc. 1910-. Address, A. B. F. M. Soc, Ford Building, Boston, Mass 

EDSON SCOTT FARLEY, b. Hamilton, N. Y., Dec. 8, 1885; Colg 
U., 1907; R. T. S. 1910; Address, Oneonta, N. Y 

WILLIAM HENRY FOWLE, b. Milwaukee, Wis., July 31, 1877; D 
U. 1907, Ph. B. ; Bible Study secy., Y. M. C. A., O. State U., 1905-06 
R. T. S. 1910; graduate student, R. T. S. 1910-. 

Address, Rochester, N. Y 

HAVARD GRIFFITH, b. Gulf Mills, Pa., Oct. 22, 1880; Bu. U. 1907 
R. T. S. 1910; Address, Norristown, Pa 

CARLETON WIARD HARRIS, b. Syracuse, N. Y., Sep. 28, 1882 
Syracuse U. 1907, Ph. B. ; R. T. S. 1910; 

Address, 111 Lincoln Ave., Syracuse, N. Y 

WILLARD ROY JEWELL, b. Independence, Kan., Sep. 26, 1880; 
Des M. C. 1907; R. T. S. 1910; ord. Second ch., Rochester, N. Y., 
April 27, 1910; p. Gooding, Idaho, 1910-. Address, Gooding, Idaho. 

GEORGE RICHARD KAMPFER, b. Pyrmont, Waldeck, Germany, 
Mar. 29, 1881; G. D. 1902-08; R. T. S. 1910; miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, 
1910-. Address, A. B. F. M. Soc, Ford Building, Boston, Mass. 

DON CLYDE KITE, b. Urbana, O., May 23, 1878; D. U. 1906; ord. 
Johnstown, 0., Sep. 25, 1906; preaching, June 1906-June 08; Divinity 
School, U. C. June 1908-Sep. 09; R. T. S. 1910; junior p. Marcy Ave. 
ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1910-. Address, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

EUGENE ARTHUR LOWER, b. May wood. Mo., Apr. 16, 1883; ord. 
Durham, Mo., Dec 31, 1905 ; p. Hester, Mo., Apr. 1904-Aug. 08 ; LaGr. 
C. 1908; p. Manchester, N. Y., Oct. 1908-10; R. T. S. 1910; p. Cincin- 
nati, 0., 1910-. Address, Cincinnati, O. 

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HARRY SAXTON MABIE, b. Rockford, 111., Oct. 4. 1870; B. U. 1896; 
Ph. B.; Mass. Inst. Technology 1897; ord. New Marlboro, Mass., 1899; 
p. New Marlboro, 1898-1901; Beth Eden ch., Fitchburg, 1901-04; First 
ch., Cedar Falls, la., 1904-07; Clifton, N. Y., 1907-10; R. T. S. 1910; 
p. Bluefield, W. Va., 1910- Address, Bluefield, W. Va. 

ALEXANDER MACKENZIE, b. Mnir of Ord, Scotland, Oct. 9, 
1870; Lima Seminary 1896-97; p. M. E. ch., S. Royalston, N. Y., 1895- 
96; Charlotte, 1897-99; ord. Bath, N. Y., Oct. 1899; p. Christian ch., 
N. Greece. Apr. 1900- ; R. T. S. 1910; p. Christian ch., Waterloo, Ont., 
Canada, ?klay 1910-. Address, Waterloo, Ont. 

FRANCIS MAINES, b. Paterson, N. J., May 21, 1874; B. U.; R. T. S. 
1910; p. Chili Station, N. Y., 1907- Address, Chili Station, N. Y. 

ALBERT KING MORRIS, b. Reily, O., Jan. 23, 1881; D. U. 1906; 
p. Gabon, O., Sep. 1906-07 ; ord. Germania Ave. ch., Indianapolis, Ind., 
Sep. 29, 1903; p. Ontario. N. Y., Sep. 1907-May 10; R. T. S. 1910; 
p. Bergen ch., Jersey City, N. J., 1910-. 

Address, 51 Bentley Ave., Jersey City. N. J. 

EARNEST EVER POFF, b. Fairbury, Neb., Dec. 30, 1879; W. J. C. 
1906; p. 1906-07; ord. Garden City, Mo., Oct. 3, 1906; R. T. S. 1910; 

Address, Lamar, Mo. 

GEORGE ALANSON RIGGS, b. Meigs Co., O., Dec. 19, 1877; Bu. U. 
1907, B. S. ; p. Kent. K. Y., May 1908- ; ord. New Brighton, Pa., May 
20, 1909; R. T. S. 1910; miss. A. B. H. M. Soc, Porto Rico, 1910-. 

Address, Coamo, P. R. 

C. HOWARD ROSS, b. David City, Neb., June 19, 1880; Pomona C. 
1904, B. S. ; teacher in government schools of Japan, 1904-05, 1906-07 ; 
principal Tokyo, Japan, School for Foreign Children, 1905-06; R. T. 
S. 1910; miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, 1910-. 

Address, 326 W. 52nd St., Los Angeles, Calif. 

JESSE JOSIAH RUNYON, b. Cincinnati, O., Sep. 29, 1879; D. U. 
1907; R. T. S. 1910; Address, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

FREDERICK NEWTON SMITH, b. E. Worcester, N. Y., July 14, 
1879; P. U. 1907; R. T. S. 1910; Address, E. Worcester, N. Y. 

MERRICK LYON STREETER, b. Worcester, Mass., Dec. 25, 1881; 
B. U. 1903-07; p. Allendale, R. I., Mar. 1904-July 07; R. T. S. 1910; 
miss. A. B. F. M. Soc, 1910-. 

Address, A. B. F. M. Soc, Ford Building, Boston, Mass. 

SEKRIJIRO TAKAGAKL b. Hatta, Hyogo, Japan, Jan. 19, 1884; 
Doshisha C. graduate; R. T. S. 1910; teaching and preaching, Japan, 
1910-. Address, Hatta. Hyogo, Japan. 

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WILLIAM HARRY THOMPSON, b. Moscow, Ind., Jan. 22, 1884 
F. C. 1906; graduate student, ib., 1906-07; assistant p. Central Presb 
ch., Rochester, N. Y. ; R. T. S. 1910; assistant p. First ch., Lansing 
Mich., 1910-. Address, Lansing, Mich 

WILLIAM DOUGLAS WATSON, b. Springfield, 111., July 25, 1882: 
McCormick Seminary, 1907-08; Divinity School, U. C, 1908-09; R. T 
S. 1910; Address, 1717 S. 7th St., Springfield, 111 



SPECIAL STUDENTS. 

John Gordon Black, b. Beaufort, S. C, May 14, 1877; ord. Deland, Fla., 
Aug. 16, 1899; Stetson U. 1907; R. T. S. 1907-09; engaged in mer- 
cantile pursuits, Rochester, 1909-. 

Address, 80 Penn St., Rochester, N. Y. 

William E. Grant, b. London, Ont., Canada, Oct. 13, 1883; D. U.; 
R. T. S. 1907-09; assistant p. First ch., Winnipeg, Manitoba 1909- 

Address, 522 Victor St., Winnipeg, Man. 

Lloyd Granville Davis, cong. b. Norwood, Mass., Jan. 21, 1881; R. T. S. 
part, work, 1908- ; ord. Stuben, Me., June 9, 1908; assistant p., First 
Presb. ch., Rochester, N. Y., Oct. 1908-. 

Address, 134 Tremont St., Rochester, N. Y. 

John Henry McLean, b. Boston, Mass., Aug. 28, 1881; B. U. 1907; 
R. T. S. 1907-08; ord.; p. Calvary ch., Parkersburg, W. Va., 1908-. 

Address, Parkersburg, W. Va. 

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UNDERGRADUATES 

1911 

Harold DeBlois Barss, b. Victoria, B. C, Canada, Aug. 17, 1886; U. 
R. 1908; R. T. S. 1908-. Address, 70 Meigs St., Rochester, N. Y. 

Howar Leroy Bethel, b. Flushing, O., Feb. 7, 1879; D. U. 1906; p. 
Phelps First ch., N. Y., June 1906-June 07; R. T. S. 1907-08; p. Sala- 
manca, 1908-09; R. T. S. 1909-. Address, Walker, N. Y. 

Marion E. Bollen, b. Henry Co., June 5, 1876; York C, 1907; ord. 
York, Neb., Aug. 31, 1906 R. T. S. 1909-. 

Address, Wilson Creek, Wash. 

Charles Lucas Bromley, b. Trenton, N. J., Aug. 26, 1885; Bu. U. 1908; 
R. T. S. 1908-. Address, 49 W. Fayette St., Uniontown, Pa. 

Aquilla Elmer Browning, b. Girard, 111., Dec. 6, 1876; S. C. 1908; R. 
T. S. 1909-. Address, Girard, 111. 

Edgar Herman Clark, b. Linneus, Mo., Oct. 4, 1871; ord. Forest City, 
Mo., Aug. 1, 1904; W. J. C. 1907; R. T. S. 1908- p. Mumford, N. Y., 
May 1909-. Address, Mumford, N. Y. 

Joseph Clyde Clark, b. Mt. Ayr, la., July 7, 1885; Central C, la. 1907; 
graduate student, ib., 1907-08; ord. Prairie Flower, la., Aug. 30, 1908; 
R. T. S. 1908-. Address, Pella, Iowa. 

Charles Monroe Cobb, b. Vermillion, S. D., Aug. 28, 1881; Colg. U. 
1908; R. T. S. 1909-. p. York N. Y. 1909-. Address, Jamestown, N. Y. 

Sinclair Bell Conley, b. Red Hill, Mitchell Co., N. C, Dec. 5, 1882; 
W. F. C. 1907; p.; R. T. S. 1909-. Address, Burnsville, N. C. 

Glenn Blackmer Ewell, b. Warsaw, N. Y., Feb. 26, 1880; Colg. U. 
1903; in business, 1904-08; R. T. S. 1909-. 

Address, Rochester, N. Y. 

David Crockett Graham, b. Green Forrest, Ark., Mar. 21, 1884; Whit- 
man C. 1908; R. T. S. 190^. Address, Walla Walla, Washington. 

Jay Hiram Greenly, b. Estelline, S. D., Jan. 30, 1886; Sioux Falls C. 
1908; R. T. S. 1909-. Address, Brookings, S. D. 

John Samuel Harris, b. Townville, S. C, July 1, 1881; S. C. U. 1907; 
teaching 1907-08; ord. Aug. 20, 1909; R. T. S. 1909-. 

Address, Townville, S. C. 
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Norman Batty Henderson, b. Rapids City, Man., Canada, May 4, 1883; 
S. C. 1908; R. T. S. 1909- Address, 6111 Woodlawn Ave., Chicago, 111. 

John Theodore Jones, b. Toronto, Ont., Jan. 7, 1870; McM. U. 1889; p. 
Dauphin, Man. Canada, Oct. 1900-May 03; Gladstone, May 1903-09; 
ord. Brandon, Man., July 1901 ; p. British Columbia, Can., June 1907- 
09; R. T. S. 1909-. Address, 23 Lowther Ave., Toronto, Canada. 

A. Ukichi Kawaguchi, b. Wakayamaken, Japan, Aug. 16, 1884; W. J. 
C. 1909; miss, among the Japanese in Kansas City, Feb. 1908-June 09; 
R. T. S. 1909-. Address, R. T. S., Rochester, N. Y. 

Leon Mobley Latimer, b. Belton, S. C, Oct. 2, 1886; Mer. U. 1908; ord. 
First ch., Macon, Ga., Jan. 15, 1908; p. of churches in Ga., 1908-09; 
R. T. S. 1909-. Address, Rutledge, Ga. 

Alfred Garfield Lawton, b. Binghamton, N. Y., Jan. 1880; ord. Valois, 
N. Y., Dec. 1909; p. Valois, N. Y. ; R. T. S. 1909- 

Address, Valois, N. Y. 

Joseph Howell Lloyd, b. Wrexham, N. Wales, May 31, 1882; D. U. 
1908; R. T. S. 1909-. Address, 23 Falls Ave., Youngstown, Ohio. 

Fred R. McArthur, b. Bloomville, Delaware Co., N. Y., June 15, 1881; 
D. U. 1908; R. T. S. 1908-. p. Walworth, N. Y., 1908- 

Address, Walworth, N. Y. 

Holland Robert McGill, b. Wilsonburg, Sunbury Co., N. B., Canada, 
Apr. 8, 1882; U. N. B. 1908; p. of church in N. B. 1908-09; ord. Hills- 
boro, N. B., June 9, 1908; R. T. S. 1909- 

Address, Wilsonburg, N. B., Canada 

Jacob Ashley Ousley, b. Attala Co., Miss., Dec. 4, 1885; Miss. C 
1907; teaching, 1907-08; R. T. S. 1909-. Address, Aberdeen, Miss 

Benjamin Pettis Richardson, b. Owensville, Mo., Sep. 8, 1878; W. J 
C. 1905 ; ord. Emanuel ch., Kansas City, Mo., May 1902 ; p. Piper and 
Lansing, Kan., May 1902-May 05 ; Leadville, Col., Aug. 1905-Aug. 08 
R. T. S. 1909-. Address, Leadville, Col 

Dores Robinson Sharpe, b. Pembroke, Carleton Co., N. B., Canada 
Jan. 23, 1887; U. N. B. 1908; ord. Hillsboro, N. B., June 9, 1909; p 
Plaster Rock, N. B., June 1907-Sep. 08; R. T. S. 1909-. 

Address, Pembroke, Car Co., N. B., Canada 

Thaddeus Henry Shinn, b. Wichita, Kan., Oct. 2, 1882; Friends U 
1908; R. T. S. 1909- Address, Conway Springs, Kansas 

John Calder Stoddard, b. Liverpool, N. S., May 23, 1884; Boston U. 
Sep. 1904-June 07 ; Boston T. S. 1908-09 ; supply Vanceboro, June-Sept 
1909; R. T. S. 1909-. Address, Boston, Mass 

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Arthur Slaten Wakefield, b. La Bette Co., Kan., Aug. 8, 1880; W. J. C. 
1908; urd. Kansas City, Mo., June 24, 1901; p. Valley cli., Kan. City, 
June 1901-Aug. 03; ib., June 1904-Aug. 06; churches in Kansas, Aug. 
1906-Aug. OS; Chili, N. Y., Aug. 1908- ; R. T. S. 1909-. 

Address, Kansas City, Mo. 

Alfred Matthews Whitby, b. Pittsburg, Pa., Sep. 22, 1881; Bu. U. 
1907; R. T. S. 1907- ; p. Corunna, Mich., 1910-. 

Address, Corunna, Mich. 

Leland Foster Wood, b. Kendall Mills, N. Y., May 9, 1885; U. R. 
1908; R. T. S. 1909-. Address, Albion, N. Y. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS. 

Louis Adamus, R. T. S. 1909-. (For record see G. D. class of 1909). 

Raymond Spencer Carman, b. Cincinnati, O., July 29, 1887; D. U. 
1908, B. O.; R. T. S. 1908-09; teaching, 1909- 

Address, Marietta, O. 

John Anderson Howard, b. Downers Grove, 111., Oct. 28, 1880; S. C. 
1908; R. T. S. 1908-09; dismissed to C. T. S. 

Address, Chester, Pa. 

Otto Edward Krueger, R. T. S. 1909- (For record see G. D. class of 
1900). 

Yoshimasa Noiri, b. Tayamaken, Japan, Nov. 11, 1873; Divinity 
School, U. C. 1906-08; R. T. S. 1909-. Address, Chicago, 111. 

Alonzo Ray Petty, b. Santa Ana, Orange Co., Calif., July 17, 1887; Oc- 
cidental C. 1907-08; R. T. S. 1908-09; Occidental C. 1909-. 

Address, Los Angeles, Calif. 

Charles Fred Zummach, R. T. S. 1909-. (For record see G. D. class 
1909). 

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Fred Gola Arnold, b. Stella. Neb., Mar. 25, 1886; Gr. Is. C. 190 -09: 
R. T. S. 1909- Address, Humboldt, Neb. 

Ward Elmer Bailey, b. Lena, 111., Mar. 18, 1880; Central U., la. 1909; 
R. T. S. 1909-. Address, Lena, 111. 

Cornelius Beebe, b. Waterville, Minn., Jan. 10, 1886; U. Ore. 1909: 
R. T. S. 1909-. Address, Eugene, Ore. 

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Waldo Sylvenus Butler, b. Gainesville, N. Y., Jan. 16, 1870; Colg. U. 
1909, B. S. ; R. T. S. 1909-. Address, Wyoming, N. Y. 

Raymond Alphonso Clemens, b. Park, Ind., Jan. 27, 1881; S. C. 1908; 
ord. Hillsboro, 111., Feb. 22, 1909; R. T. S. 1909-. p. E. Henrietta, N. 
Y., 1909-. Address, E. Henrietta, N. Y. 

Rasonond Noyes Crawford, b. Newark, N. J., May 24, 1885; Wms. C. 
1906-09; R. T. S. 1909-. Address, Newark, N. J. 

Samuel Arthur Devan, b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 6, 1887; Rutgers C. 
1909; R. T. S. 1909-. Address, Highland Park, N. J. 

John George Dickson, b. Mount Forest, Ont., Canada, May 11, 1877; 
Brandon C. 1909; ord. Neepaw, Manitoba; R. T. S. 1909-. 

Address, Brandon, Manitoba, Canada. 

Alvah Charles Early, b. Becker Co., Minn., Dec. 5, 1880; D. U. 1909; 
R. T. S. 1909-. Address, Detroit, Minn. 

Newton Cromwell Fetter, Jr., b. New Brittain, Penn., May 4, 1885; 
Bu. U. 1909; R. T. S. 1909-. Address, St. Clair, Pa. 

Frank Kemp Gibson, b. Hamilton, Ont., Canada, Oct. 15, 1885; Bu. 
U. 1909; R. T. S. 1909-. Address, Gilette, Wyo. 

Charles True Goodsell, b. Medina, N. Y., Mar. 2, 1886; U. R. 1909; 
R. T. S. 1909-. Address, Medina, N. Y. 

Linn Wheeler Hattersley, b. Cincinnati, O., Nov. 21, 1885; D. U. 1909; 
R. T. S. 1909-. Address, Norwood, O. 

Charles DuBois Hubert, b. Powelton, Ga., Jan. 12, 1880; Atlanta Bapt. 
C. 1909; R. T. S. 1909-. Address, Pride, Georgia. 

William Morgan Hull, b. Fort Dodge, la., Nov. 15, 1885; U. Minn. 
1909 ; R. T. S. 1909-. Address, Minneapolis, Minn. 

John Henry Mathias, b. Pembroke Dock, S. Wales, May 3, 1879; Bu. 
U. 1909; R. T. S. 1909-. Address, Philadelphia, Pa. 

William Prosser, b. Llandefalle, S. Wales, June 22, 1859; U. Wash. 
1909; R. T. S. 1909-. Address, Seattle, Wash. 

Thomas David Rees, b. Aberavon, S. Wales, July 21, 1881; D. U. 1909; 
R. T. S. 1909-. Address, New Castle, Pa. 

Charles Stilwell Roush, b. Montandon, Penn., Jan. 10, 1882; Bu. U. 
1909; R. T. S. 1909-. Address, Winfield, Pa. 

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1912 

Robert Whitman Shaw, b. Cohocton Co., O., Dec. 10, 1878; ord. First 
ch., Stafford, Kans., Aug. 19, 1905; p.; Ottawa U. 1909; R. T. S. 1909-. 

Address, Ottawa, Kans. 

Walter Robert Taylor, b. New Maiden, England, Oct. 10, 1878; D. U. 
1909; R. T. S. 1909- Address, Toledo, O. 

Alfred Trenerry, b. St. Newlyn, East Cornwall, England, May 15, 1872; 
ord. Bonaparte, la., Sep. 16, 1907; p. Central C, la., 1909; R. T. S. 
1909-. Address, Bonaparte, la. 

Julius Wesley Whitley, b. Eafirds Mills, N. C, Apr. 26, 1879; W. F. 
C. 1907; ord. Barbecs Grove, July 27, 1907; p.; R. T. S. 1909-. 

Address Union Mills, N. C. 

Hugh Winton, b. Toronto, Ont., Canada, Apr. 25, 1882; Brandon C. 
1908; R. T. S. 1909-. Address, Portage-la-Prairie, Canada. 

Robert John Wynne, b. Long Island, Kans., July 12, 1883; Ottawa 
U. 1909; R. T. S. 1909-. Address, Norton, Kans. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS. 

Francis King Allen, b. Baltimore, Md., Aug. 31, 1874; Cleary C; R. T. 
S. 1909-. Address, Cleveland, O. 

Charles Henry Burrill, b. Gore, Que., Canada, Oct. 21, 1882; Moody 
Bible Institute; R. T. S. 1909-. Address, Gore, Que., Canada. 

Frank Ernest Eden, b. Burton-on-Trent, England, Nov. 21, 1885; 
Moody Bible Institute; R. T. S. 1909-. Address, Newton, Mass. 

Armin Aaron Holzer, b. Golc Jenekau, Bohemia, Austria, Oct. 30, 
1881; ord. Linn Ave. ch., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, May 7, 1907; 
R. T. S. 1909-. Address, Winnipeg, Man., Canada. 

George Montgomery Reid, b. County Fermanagh, Ireland, Mar. 26, 
1874; ord. July 1904, Lurgan, Ireland; p. in Ireland; R. T. S. 1909-. 

Address, Lurgan, Ireland. 
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ERRATA 

CLASS OF 1872 

JEROME PAINE BATES, b. Dudley, Mass., May 6, 1837; Acad., 
Suffield, Conn.; ord. South Woodstock, Conn., 1860; p. South Wood- 
stock, 1860-63; U. S. Army, 1862-63; p. East Marion, L. I., 1863-65; 
Groton, N. Y., 1866-68; Weedsport ; R. T. S. 1872; U. R. 1873; p. 
Janesville, Wis., 1875-76; editorial work, Chicago, 111., for 15 years, 
The Standard, Chicago Evening Journal and two weekly trade papers; 
officer, U. S. Customs House, 1889-93; residence Chicago, 1875- ; Au- 
thor, The Imperial Highway; Tariff and Protection; A Mother in 
Heaven. (1900). Address, 1369 Van Buren St., Chicago, 111. 

CLASS OF 1873 

*SAMUEL EMMONS BROWN, b. Portland, Me., Feb. 27, 1847; H. U. 
1870; R. T. S. 1873; student, U. Halle and U. Leipzig, 1873-76; acting 
prof. New Testament Exegesis, R. T. S. 1876-77; d. Lowell, Mass., 
Aug. 5, 1877. 



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HISTORICAL NOTE. 

The idea of providing a place where young men of Gcrnian birth could 
obtain some training for the work of preaching the gospel to the Germans 
in our country, originated with the Rev. Zenas Freeman, the first corre- 
sponding secretary of the New York Baptist Union for Ministerial Educa- 
tion. In his travels among the Baptist Churches, Mr. Freeman learned 
of the first successful beginnings Baptists from Germany had made in 
such centers as Newark, N. J., Philadelphia, Pa., New York City and 
BuflFalo, and concluded to encourage promising young men in these German 
churches to carry on this work still further. He invited them to come 
to Rochester. In the first published catalogue of the Seminary a special 
course of studies, embracing academical, collegiate and theological subjects, 
and extending over a period of four years, was announced as designed to 
meet the wants of such young men. The first German student came in 
1851 and remained for two years. In 1852 several others followed, but 
only one of these succeeded in completing the entire course, graduating 
from the University of Rochester and the English Department of the Semi- 
nary. Inability to make sufficient practical use of the English language cut 
the course of the others short. For this reason also the increase in the 
number of German students was very slight, until the trustees of the 
New York Baptist Union, in 1858, appointed a native German teacher 
and thereby established what has since been called the German Depart- 
ment. Rev. Augustus Rauschenbusch, D.D., was the first teacher. He re- 
mained in this position for thirty-one years. With the success of the 
German Baptist churches in our country the demand for a larger number 
of pastors and missionaries increased. This necessitated the correspond- 
ing broadening out of the course of instruction and the appointment of 
additional teachers. In 1872, the Rev. Hermann M. Schaeffer, and in 
1884, the Rev. Jacob S. Gubclmann, D.D., were added to the faculty, and 
when, in 1889, Professor Rauschenbusch resigned his position, the Rev. 
Albert J. Ramaker, and in 1890, the Rev. Lewis Kaiser, were elected. Pro- 
fessor Schaeffer died in 1897 and the Rev. Walter Rauschenbusch was 
appointed his successor, who, however, resigned his position in 1902 to 
take the chair of Church History in the English Department of the Sem- 
inary. Up to 1875 the course of instruction extended over three years, 

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but was then lengthened to four years; in 1883 another year was added 
and still another in 1888, making the present course in the German Depart- 
ment of six years duration, of which the last three years are devoted 
exclusively to theological instruction. For the instruction given in the 
first three years of the present curriculum there have been secured as 
teachers the Rev. Hermann von Berge, since 1907, and the Rev. Gustav A. 
Schneider, since 1908. 

At the time when the German Department was established, it was the 
only Baptist institution of its kind in the world. In the earlier years, it, 
therefore, attracted young Germans from across the ocean, a goodly num- 
ber of whom, after having completed the course of instruction here, 
went back to labor in the Fatherland, or to lands which had attracted 
German immigration. The number of such graduates, who are still in the 
active ministry in Germany, Russia, South Africa, Australia and Brazil, 
is nine. There have also gone out from the German Department fifteen 
young men who have become foreign missionaries, and at the present writ- 
ing two others are under appointment to go the present year. The chief 
object of the German Department has, however, been to prepare young men 
for the work of preaching the Gospel to the Germans in our own country. 

In recent years an increasing number of Slavs (Poles, Bohemians and 
Slovaks), Hungarians and Letts who, in addition to the knowledge of their 
own native language, understood German, have been admitted to the Ger- 
man Department with the understanding that they could there prepare 
themselves for missionary work among their own people, either in our 
country or in Europe. This arrangement, unsought and but little encour- 
aged by the Seminary, has been successful beyond expectation. Thus far 
nineteen of these non-German students have received or are at present re- 
ceiving instruction for a longer or shorter length of time. Of this number 
fourteen are still in preparation while five are doing successful work in the 
Master's cause in this country. In the near future five others will be 
ready for active work in those new missions. Should these new mission- 
ary interests grow in the future as they have done in the past, the question 
of establishing separate departments of instruction will come up for 
answer. 



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STUDENTS 

1853 
GRADUATE 

*ANTON HAUSLER, b. Kleinfiissen, Wurtemberg, Jan. 9, 1825; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1851-53; ord. Strykersville, N. Y., Aug. 1855; miss. 
Strykersville, N. Y., 1854-57; p. St. Louis, Ala, 1857-60; Holland ana 
Folsomdale, N. Y., 1860-66; Concordia, Higginsville and Lexington, 
Mo., 1866-73; w. c. 1873-75; p. Greenville, Texas, 1875-78; state miss. 
Texas, 1878-80; miss. Genevieve, Mo., 1880-82; p. Caesar's Creek, Ind., 
1882-84; Greenville, Texas, 1884-87; Libanon, Texas, 1887-92; s. Venus, 
Texas, 1892-1900; d. Venus, Texas, June 17, 1905. 

1855 

GRADUATES 

PHILIPP BICKEL, b. Weinheim, Baden, Sep. 7, 1829; Bender Classi- 
cal Institute, Weinheim, Baden; R. T. S. (Eng. & Ger. Depts.) 1852- 
1855; for complete record, see English Dept., Class 1855. 

Address, Jiigerstrasse 15, Cassel, Germany. 

*CHRISTOPH KOCH, b. Kocherdorf, Germany, June 21, 1831; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1854-55; miss. Evang. Ass. Rochester, N. Y.; Vol. U. 
S. Army; d. Andersonville, 1863. 

*GEORGE ROTT, b. Hunspach, Lorraine, Germany, May 21, 1826; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1852-55 ; ord. Syracuse, N. Y., miss. p. and s. various 
chs. of the United Brethren in Christ, 1855-1889; d. West Montrose, 
Ont., March, 1909. 

1856 

GRADUATES 

*JULIUS C. HASELHUHN, b. Altenburg, Germany, May 21, 1829; 
R. T. S., G. D. and U. R. 1852-56; R. T. S. 1858; for complete record, 
see Engl. Dept., Class of 1858. 

*CONRAD BODENBENDER, b. Heskem, Hesse-Cassel, Germany, 
July 10, 1823; R. T. S., G. D. 1852-56; ord. Newark, N. J., Sep. 2, 

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1858-1859 

1856 ; p. Newark, N. J., 1856-61 ; Tavistock, Ont., 1861-65 ; Berlin, Ont., 
1865-71; Chicago, 111., 1871-74; Buffalo, N. Y., 1874-96; s. Buffalo, N. 
Y., 1896-97; d. Buffalo, N. Y., Sep. 26, 1897. 

*SIMON RESTING, b. Lippe-Detmold, Germany, May 16, 1819; R. 
T. S., G. D. 1854-56; s. Cincinnati, O., 1857; Vol. U. S. Army, 1862- 
64; s. Caesar's Creek, Ind., 1865; farmer, Fort Worth, Tex., 1875-85; 
d. 1885. 

*HEINRICH H. OTTO, b. Spangenberg, Germany, July 10, 1824; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1855-56; Fairmount Theo. Sem. 1856-57; lie. Dayton, 
O., 1859; Pittsburg, Pa., 1860; Cincinnati, O., 1860-62; not in ministry, 
Dayton, O. ; d. Dayton, C, May 13, 1904. 

1858 

GRADUATES 

*HEINRICH FELLMANN, b. Oedheim, Wiirtemberg, Sep. 18, 1828; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1854-1858; ord. New York City, 1859; p. Williamsburg, 
N. Y., 1859-63; Albany, N. Y., 1863-69; Syracuse, N. Y., 1869-75; 
Detroit, Mich., 1875-78; Minonk, 111., 1878-83; Bloomington, 111., 1883- 
86; Glenville, Neb., 1886-87; d. Glenville, Neb., Dec. 10, 1887. 

♦AUGUST SCHMIDT, R. T. S., G. D. 1857-58; d. 1870 in Nebraska. 

*JOSEPH WEISS, R. T. S., G. D., 1857-58; d. New York City in 1864. 

1859 

GRADUATES 

*GERHARD KOOPMANN, b. Gotterswickerham, Germany, Dec. 28, 
1823; R. T. S., G. D. 1854-59; Eng. Dep. 1858-59; ord. Rochester, N. 
Y., April 7, 1859; p. Rochester, N. Y., 1859-62; Cleveland, O., 1862- 
70; Indianapolis, Ind., 1870-77; Erie, Pa., 1878-83; Covington, Ky., 
1883-86; Pekin, 111., 1886-88; d. Pekin, 111., July 24, 1888. 

*THEOPHILUS JOHN KOTZLI, b. Ruschlikon, Switzerland, July 
30, 1832; R. T. S., G. D. 1854-59; U. R. 1860; R. T. S. 1863; for com- 
plete record, see Eng. Dept., Class of 1863. 

SPECIAL STUDENT 

Johannes Stumpf, b. Obergleen, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany, Dec. 17, 
1827; R. T. S., G. D. 1858-59; ord. Hanover, Ont., Sep. 21, 1859; p. 
Hanover and Carrick, Ont., 1859-66 ; Tavistock, Ont., 1866-71 ; ev. in 

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1860-1862 

Ontario, 1871-75 ; p. Hanover and Elmwood, Ont., 1875-80 ; ev. in On- 
tario, 1880-89; p. Arnprior, Ont., 1889-92; Tonawanda, N. Y, 1892- 
99; miss. Buffalo, N. Y., 1899-1905; retired. 

Address, 300 Broad St., Tonawanda, N. Y. 

1860 

GRADUATE 

JACOB SAMUEL GUBELMANN, b. Berne, Switzerland, Nov. 26, 
1836; R. T. S., G. D. 1852-60; U. R. 1858; R. T. S. 1860; for com- 
plete record, see Eng. Dept., Class of 1860. 

SPECIAL STUDENT 

George Wagner, b. Heimerdingen, Wiirtemberg, June 3, 1838; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1859-60 ; not ord. ; Louisville, Ky., 1876. 

1861 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

*George Lyding, 1). Schenklingsfeld, Hessen, Germany, July 16, 1843; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1860-61; not ord.; teacher of music, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
1876; d. Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 19, 1894. 

*Friedrich Schudt, b. Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany, 1815; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1859-61 ; elk. Am. Tract Soc. New York city ; d. New York city, 
1876. 

1862 

GRADUATES 

♦EDWARD AUSTERMUHL, b. Liebenau, Hessen, Germany, May 
19, 1831; R. T. S., G. D. 1857-62; ord. Berlin, Ont., 1862; p. Berlin, 
Ont., 1862-64; Chicago, 111., 1864-67; West Hoboken, N. J., 1867-69; 
machinist, Wilmington, Del., 1869-81 ; elk. Am. Bapt. Pub. Soc, Phila- 
delphia, Pa., 1881-82; d. Camden, N. J., Nov. 16, 1882. 

*JOHANN FRIEDRICH DOHRMANN, b. Ottersberg, Germany, 
July 12, 1831; R. T. S., G. D. 1859-62; ord. Ripley Co., Ind., Sep. 15, 
1863 ; p. Caesar's Creek, Ind., 1863-64 ; elk. Ger. Bapt. Pub. Soc, Cleve- 
land, O., 1864-67; p. Bloomington. 111., 1867-74; Supt. Ger. Bapt. Orphan 
Asylum, Louisville, Ky., 1874-89; d. Louisville, Ky., April 9, 1889. 

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1863 

*JOHANN FRIEDRICH HILLER, b. Schietingen, Wiirtemberg, 
Sep. 4, 1839; R. T. S., G. D. 1859-62; Vol. U. S. Army, 1862-66; not 
ord.; d. New York, Jan. 26, 1894. 

JOHN H. REINTZ, b. Vehnhuisen, Germany, Aug. 30, 1829; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1859-62; Presb. min. ; ord. Bellevue, lo.. May 2, 1868; p. Foster- 
burg, 111., 1868-73; Hartsburg, 111., 1873-76; s. s. Zion and Salem, Kan., 
1876-90; ret. Address, Hastings, Neb. 

*HEINRICH TRUMPP, b. Unter-Jesingen, Wiirtemberg, Feb. 12, 
1832; R. T. S., G. D. 1857-62; ord. Berlin, Ont., Oct. 7, 1862; ev. 1862- 
63; p. Wilmington, Del., 1863-66; New York, 1867-68; Newark, N. J., 
1868-75; Gen. Miss. H. M. S. 1875-77; p. Albany, N. Y., 1877-81; 
Brooklyn, N. Y., 1881-99; South Brooklyn, N. Y., 1899-1904; ret.; d. 
Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 25, 1907. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

*Johann Heinrich Auch, b. Plieningen, Wiirtemberg, June 10, 1835; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1861-62; not ord.; Philadelphia, Pa., 1862-1904; d. 
Philadelphia, Pa., 1907. 

Alexander Trzeciak, b. Berlin, Germany, July 9, 1844; R. T. S., G. D., 

1861-62; not ord.; elk. Am. Tract. Soc, Rochester, N. Y., 1862-70; 

teacher, High School, Rochester, N. Y., 1870-1902; elk. 1902 . 

Address, 28 Hawkins St., Rochester, N. Y. 

1863 

GRADUATES 

EDWARD CARL JANZEN, b. Elbing, Germany, Dec. 20, 1835; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1861-63; U. R. 1863-64; ord. Green Garden, 111., Mar. 
8, 1865; p. Green Garden, III., 1865-66; Cincinnati, O., 1866-69; Green 
Garden, 111., 1869-74; prin. Monee Academy, Monee, 111., 1873-1879; 
farm, and s. Ellsworth, Kan., 1879-1895; p. Parkersburg, Iowa, 1895- 
1900; Steamboat Rock, Iowa, 1900-04; s. 1904-07; p. Kesley, Iowa, 
1907 . Address, Steamboat Rock, Iowa. 

*RUDOLPH PIEPGRASS, b. Schleswig, Germany; R. T. S., G. D. 
1861-63; ord. Muscatine, lo., 1863; p. Muscatine, lo., 1863-68; Wil- 
mington, Del., 1868-69; Williamsport, Pa., 1869-70; Cohoes, N. Y., 
1870-72; w. c. Cohoes, N. Y., 1872 ; d. Cohoes, N. Y., 1893. 

GEORGE AUGUST SCHULTE, b. Neustadt-Godens, Hanover, Ger- 
many, Nov. 30, 1838 ; R. T. S., G. D. 1860-63 ; ord. Buffalo, N. Y., Oct. 

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1864-1865 

8, 1863; p. Buffalo, N. Y., 1863-70; Dist. Sec. Eastern Conf. 1870-72; 

p. New York City, 1872-92; gen. supt. Germ. miss. H. M. S. 1892 . 

Address, 313a Charles St., West Hoboken, N. J. 

*FRIEDRICH J. THOMS, b. Neuhof, Mecklenburg, Germany, Dec. 
26, 1839; R. T. S., G. D. 1861-63; ord. Detroit, Mich., Aug. 18, 1864; 
p. Detroit, Mich. 1864-65; Somonauk, 111., 1865-68; Neustadt, Ont., 
1869-71 ; d. Neustadt, Ont., Mar. 22, 1871. 

SPECIAL STUDENT 

John C. Schmidt, b. Helmsheim, Baden, June 7, 1831; R. T. S., G. D. 

1862-63 ; not ord. ; miss. Milwaukee," Wis., 1881-82 ; s. Campbellsport, 
Wis. Author, Scriptural Landmarks. 

1864 

GRADUATES 

*FRIEDRICH WILHELM GREIFE, b. Essen, Hanover, Germany, 
Jan. 19, 1825; R. T. S., G. D. 1862-64; ord. Hamilton, O., April 21, 
1865; p. Hamilton, O., 1864-66; Newport, Ky., 1867-73; w. c. Cincin- 
nati, O., 1873-76; p. Higginsville, AIo., 1876-83; Alma, Mo., 1883-98; 
w. c. Higginsville, Mo., 1898-1906; d. Higginsville, Mo., Nov. 13, 1906. 

JOHN MERZ, b. Blaubeuren, Wurtemberg, Feb. 6, 1837; R. T. S., 
G. D. and U. R. 1861-64; R. T. S. 1867; for complete record, see Eng. 
Dept. class of 1867. 

♦HERMANN MORITZ SCHAFFER, b. Lage, Lippe-Detmold, 
Germany, Aug. 22, 1839 ; R. T. S., G. D. and U. R. 1861-65 ; R. T. S. 
1865-67; ord. New York City, Mar. 20, 1867; p. New York, 1867-72; 
prof. R. T. S., G. D. 1872-97; d. Rochester, N. Y., May 11, 1897. Au- 
thor, Erkldrung dcr Apostelgcschichte; Einlcitung sur Erkldrung des 
Neucn Testaments; Erkldrung des crsten Brief es an die Korinther. 

1865 

GRADUATES 

HEINRICH LUDWIG DIETZ, b. Rockenberg, Hesse-Darmstadt, 
July 26, 1837; R. T. S., G. D. 1861-65; R. T. S. 1865-66; Y. C. 1866-67 
ord. New Haven, Conn., Jan. 3, 1867 ; p. New Haven, Conn., 1866-74 
Newark, N. J., 1874-76; Louisville, Ky., 1876-78; Peoria, 111., 1878-81 
Milwaukee, Wis., 1881-90; San Francisco, Cal., 1890-98; Bridgeport, 

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1866 

Conn., 1898-1903; Pound, Wis., 1903-04; Oakland, Cal., 1904-06; To- 
ledo, O., 1906-07; Denver, Col., 1907 . 

Address, 2122 W. 28 St., Denver, Col. 

JOHANN EISENMENGER, b. Friedrichsruhe, Wiirtemberg, Feb. 8, 
1833 ; R. T. S., G. D. 1861-65 ; ord. Erie, Pa., Jan. 2, 1866 ; p. Erie, Pa., 
1865-68; Hanover and Elmwood, Ont., 1868-75; Warrensville, Fair- 
field, Hepburn and Rose Valley, Lycoming Co., Pa., 1875-87; Rose Val- 
ley, Pa., 1887-1901; ret. Address, Hepburnville, Pa. 

JACOB FELLMAN, b. Volkersleier, Bavaria, Oct. 10, 1837; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1861-65; ord. Carrick, Ont., Sep. 1865; p. Carrick, Ont., 1865- 
69; Wilmington, Del., 1869-74; Baltimore, Md., 1874-76; Berlin, Ont., 

1876-90; Oak Park, 111., 189O-1900; Chicago, 111., 1900 . 

Address, 1859 N. Spaulding Ave., Chicago, 111. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

*Justus Becker, b. Breitenbach, Hesse-Cassel, Germany, Jan. 1, 1842; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1864-65 ; d. Rochester, N. Y., Oct. 24, 1865. 

John F. Koch, b. Schwagerau, Germany, Feb. 7, 1831; R. T. S., G. D. 
1864-65; not ord.; North Freedom, Wis., 1875. 

Jacob Schumacher, b. Wismar, Mecklenburg, Schwerin, Germany, 
Nov. 15, 1844; R. T. S., G. D. 1864-65; not ord.; Rochester, N. Y., 
1865 . 

1866 

GRADUATES 

*EDUARD JOHANNES DECKMANN, b. Copenhagen, Denmark, 
July 2, 1832; R. T. S., G. D. 1865-66; ord. Davenport, la., Sep. 1866; p. 
Davenport, la., 1866-70; Pittsburg, Pa., 1870-72; gen. miss. Eastern 
Conf. 1872-74; p. New Haven, Conn., 1874-79; Baltimore, Md., 1879- 
81 ; Pittsburg, Pa., 1881-87 ; d. Pittsburg, Pa., May 20, 1887. 

JOHANNES FECHTER, b. Eppingen, Baden, Dec. 9, 1832; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1864-66; ord. Hamilton, O., June 23, 1867; p. Hamilton, O., 1866- 
68; Lyons Creek and Mill Creek, Kan., 1868-70; Quincy, 111., 1870-71; 
Alma, Kan., 1871-76; elk. P. O. and s. Alma, Kan., 1876-88; p. Pasadena. 
Cal., 1888-90; Salem, Oreg., 189(>-95; ret. 

Address, Santa Rosa, Cal. 

JULIUS CARL GRIMMELL. b. Marburg, Hesse-Cassel, Germany, 
May 30, 1847; R. T. S., G. D. 1863-66; U. L. 1866-67; R. T. S., 1867- 

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1866 

68; ord. Buffalo, N. Y., Jan. 29, 1868; p. Buffalo, N. Y., 1867-73; Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., 1873-92; supt. Ger. missions, H. M. S. 1883-92; editor, Scnd- 
botc, Cleveland, O., 1892-1901; evang. 1902-04; p. Brooklyn, N. Y., 1st 

ch., 1904 . Author, Wcckstimmc; Biblische Lander im Sonncnschcin 

und Schatfcii; Auf dcm Bergc; translator various books, tracts, and 
hymns. Address, 204 Penn St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

*HENRY KOSE, b. Plau, Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Germany, July 18, 
1831; R. T. S., G. D. 1863-66; ord. Woolwich, Ont., Aug. 14, 1866; p. 
Woolwich, Ont., 1866-69; Zurich, Ont., 1869-71; Erie, Pa., 1871-76; 
Pittsburg, Pa., 1876-78; Zurich, Ont., 1878-79; Tavistock, Ont., 1879- 
84; Hanover, Ont., 1884-91; Woolwich, Ont., 1891-96; Joliet, 111., 1896- 
97; d. Joliet, 111., Jan. 13, 1897. 

AUGUST LUDWIG, b. Wichmansdorf, Germany, Sep. 14, 1837; R. T. 
S., G. D. 1864-66; ord. Rochester, N. Y., Jan. 12, 1867; p. Casco, Mich., 
1866-71; White River, Mich., 1871-72; Wilmot, Ont., 1872-75; w. c. 
Mt. Clemens, Mich., 1875-98; s. Detroit, Mich., 1898-1903; p. Detroit, 

Mich., 1903-04; s. Detroit, Mich., 1904 . 

Address, 421 Elmwood Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

JOHANNES JACOB VALKENAAR, b. Mymegen, Holland, June 28, 
1830; R. T. S., G. D. 1863-66; ord. Kalamazoo, Mich., May 2, 1867; 
miss. H. M. S. among Dutch in Mich, and 111., 1866-70; p. German ch., 
Pekin, 111., 1870-71; in ill health, 1871-73; p. Arnprior, Ont., 1873-80; 
miss. Waukesha, Newton and Nashville, Mich., 1880-84; p. Glenville, 
Neb., 1884-86; Humphrey, Neb., 1886-90; Clinton, la., 1890-93; Emery, 

S. D., 1893-97; w. c. Bridgewater, S. D., 1897 . 

Address, Box 148, Bridgewater, S. D. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

*H. Reinhard Otto, b. Schoneberg, Hesse-Casscl, Germany, Dec. 14, 
1827; R. T. S., G. D. 1865-66; ord. Pittsburg, Pa., Dec. 7, 1866; p. 
Pittsburg, Pa., 1866-70; Buffalo, N. Y., 1870-74; Tonawanda, N. Y., 
1874-86; Detroit, Mich., 1886-94; miss. Saginaw and Bieber, Mich., 
1894-95; s. Detroit, Mich., 1895-1903; d. Detroit, Mich., Oct. 25, 19031 

Wilhelm Paul, b. Schlitz, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany, Oct., 18, 1838; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1865-66; ord. Palermo, Kan., Oct. 19, 1866; p. Palermo, 
Kan., 1866-69; Somonauk, 111., 1869-70; Lebanon, Wis., 1870-75; Pitts- 
burg, Pa., 1875-76; New York City. 1876-80; Watertown, Wis., 1880- 
87; Baileyville, 111., 1887-89; Aplington, la., 1889-94; Tyndall, S. D., 
1894-96; Big Stone City, S. D., 1896-97; Germantown, N. D., 1897- 

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1867-1868 

98; Tyndall, N. D., 1898-99; Fessenden, N. D., 1899-1905; Sheffield, 

lo., 1905-06; Martin, N. D., 1906-08; Buck Grove, la, 1908 . 

Address, Aplington, Iowa. 



1867 
GRADUATES 

*HEINRICH F. MULLER, b. Oberkaufungen, Hesse-Cassel, Ger- 
many, Nov. 29, 1837 ; R. T. S., G. D. 1864-67 ; ord. Parkersburg, W. Va., 
Feb. 9, 1868; miss. Marietta, O., and Parkersburg, W. Va., 1867-70; 
p. Baltimore, Md., 1870-74; in business, Baltimore, Md., 1874; d. 
Baltimore, Md., May 20, 1900. 

PETER RITTER, b. Alzenau, Bavaria, March 28, 1837; R. T. S., G. 
D. 1864-67; ord. Attica, N. Y., Sep. 19, 1867; p. Folsomdale, N. Y., 
1867-70; Cincinnati, O., 1870-75; Rochester, N. Y., 1875-88; Cincin- 
nati, O., 1888-90; Rochester, N. Y., 1890-92; business manager, Ger. 
Bapt. Pub. Soc, Cleveland, O., 1892-1904; o. s. Dale, Wyoming Co., 
N. Y. Address, Dale, N. Y. 

SPECIAL STUDENT 

♦Matthias Lampert, R. T. S., G. D. 1866-67; Free-Will Baptist and 
preaching for a short time; in business, Sedgwick, la., 1876; deceased. 

1868 
GRADUATES 

*JOHANN FRIEDRICH HOEFFLIN, b. Eichstetten, Baden, Nov. 
13, 1842; R. T. S., G. D. 1864-68; ord. Chicago, III., July 16, 1868; p. 
Chicago, III, 1868-71; Milwaukee, Wis., 1871-74; St. Paul, 1874-79; 
Elgin, la., 1879-81; Fosterburg, III, 1881-83; Kankakee, 111., 1883-87; 
Fulton and Clinton, la., 1887-89; Oak Park, III., 1889-94; Sandwich, 
111., 1894-95; miss. colp. Ger. Bapt. Pub. Soc. 1895-97; incap. Musca- 
tine, la., 1897; d. Muscatine, la.. May 28, 1901. 

*CONRAD JUNG, b. Bellnhausen, Hesse-Cassel, Germany, July 30, 
1838; R. T. S., G. D. 1863-68; ord. Detroit, Mich., Jan. 13, 1869; p. 
Detroit, Mich., 1868-84; Wausau, Wis., 1884-86; Holland, N. Y., 1886- 
88; Jersey City, N. J., 1888-91; insurance business and newspaper 
writer, Rochester, N. Y., 1892-1900; d. Rochester, N. Y., April 16, 
1900. 

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1869 

FRIEDRICH WILLIAM REEKE, b. Golzow, Prussia, Feb. 14, 
1834; R. T. S., G. D. 1866-68; miss. Templin, Prussia, 1868-71; Lands- 
berg, Prussia, 1871-74; supply, Landsberg, 1874-82; miss. Landsberg, 
1882-84; assistant p. Stettin, Prussia, 1884-87; supply, Prenzlau, Prussia 
1887-89; Berlin and Charlottenburg, Prussia, 1889-94; assistant p 
Planitz, Saxony, 1894-96; p. Landsberg, Prussia, 1896-98; Berlinchen 
Prussia. 1898-; o. s. and Colp. Address, Striche, Posen, Germany 

*FRIEDRICH WILHELM SCHALIKE, b. Sydowswiese, Prussia 
June 15, 1838; R. T. S., G. D. 1865-68; ord. New Orleans, La., May 8, 
1871; miss. New Orleans, La., 1871-73; p. Pittsburg, Pa., 1873-75; miss 
San Francisco, Gal., 1875-95 ; d. San Francisco, Cal., April 4, 1895. 

SPECL^L STUDENTS 

Christian Friedrich W. Argow, b. Templin, Prussia, March 10, 1843; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1867-68; ord. Albany, N. Y., Oct. 8, 1868; p. Albany, 
N. Y., 1868-75; Berlin, Ont., 1875-76; bookseller and supply, Dayton, 
O., 1876-99; p. Toledo, O., 1899-1906; Canton, O., 1906-09; Louisville, 

Ky., 1909 . Author, Manncrbotc. 4 vols.; Vorbilder des Alien 

Testaments. Address, 639 E. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. 

*Friedrich Adolph Ginius, b. Tilsit, Prussia, Jan. 5, 1824; R. T. S., 

G. D. 1867-68; ord. Erie, Pa., May 6, 1868; p. Erie, Pa., 1868-71; 

Scranton, Pa., 1871; Omaha, Neb. 1871-89; w. c. Chicago, 111., 1889- 
1904; d. Chicago, 111., June, 1904. 

♦Charles Hieronymus, b. Butzbach, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany, May 
11, 1822; R. T. S., G. D. 1867-68; ord. Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. 22, 1868; 
p. Milwaukee, Wis., 1868-70; New York City, 1871-75; w. c. West 
Hoboken, N. J., 1875-78; p. South Brooklyn, N. Y., 1878-88; w. c. San 
Francisco and Sacramento, Cal., 1888-97; d. San Francisco, Cal., Feb. 
18, 1897. 

Peter Knechtel, b. Dumfries, Ont., July 12, 1846; R. T. S. G. D. 1867- 
68; not ord.; in business, Hanover, Ont., 1868 . 

1869 

GRADUATE 

JOHN LINKER, b. Philadelphia, Pa., Sep. 6, 1846; R. T. S., G. D. 

1866-69; ord. Williamsport, Pa., Sep. 8, 1870; p. Williamsport, Pa., 
1870-73; Philadelphia, Pa., Second ch., 1873-97; Philadelphia, Pa., 
Bethel ch.. 1897-99; Philadelphia (Byberry Mission) 1899-1903; Egg 

Harbor City, 1903 . 

Address, Knights Road, Torrcsdale, Philadelphia, Pa. 
231 



1870-1871 

1870 
GRADUATE 



ov. 



GEORGE KNOBLOCH, b. Steinau, Hesse-Cassel, Germany, N 
10, 1849; R. T. S., G. D. 1867-70; ord. West Hoboken, N. J., Feb. 13, 
1871; p. West Hoboken, N. J., 1871-73; New York City, 1873-76; New- 
ark, N. J., 1876-92; Philadelphia, Pa., 3rd ch., 1892-1909; supt. Ger. 

Bapt. Home, Philadelphia, Pa., 1909 . 

Address, 7023 Second St., Philadelphia, Pa. 



1871 

GRADUATES 

JACOB ALBERT, b. Wertheim, Bavaria, April 16, 1847; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1867-71; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1871-72; ord. Berlin, Ont., May 
27, 1873; p. Berlin, Ont., 1873-75; Cincinnati, 0., 1875-78; Hastings, 
Minn., 1878-82; Peoria, 111., 1882-86; Minneapolis, Minn., 1886-92; Den- 
ver, Col., 1892-98; Los Angeles, Cal., 1898-1904; Anaheim, Cal., 1904- 
Address, 209 W. 42 Place, Los Angeles, Cal. 

JOHN MICHAEL HOEFFLIN, b. Eichstetten, Baden, Oct. 3, 1845; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1868-71; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1871-72; ord. West Ho- 
boken, N. J., Dec. 11, 1873; p. West Hoboken, N. J., 1873-75; Wilming- 
ton, Del., 1875-81 ; St. Louis, ]\Io., 1881-85 ; gen. miss. Southern Bapt. 
Conv. in Missouri, 1885-1892; p. Williamsport, Pa., 1894-96; w. c. Wil- 
liamsport. Pa., 189^97; p. Egg Harbor City, N. J., 1898-1900; Cali- 
fornia, Mo., 1900-04; state miss. Neb., 1904-07; p. Munson, Pa., 1907- 
09; State Miss. Wis., 1909 . Address, Oshkosh, Wis. 

*CARL OHLGART, b. Westerburg, Nassau, Germany, March 25, 
1842; R. T. S., G. D. 1867-71; ord. Wilmot, Ont., July 19, 1871; p. 
Wilmot, Ont., 1871-73; Kankakee, 111., 1873-74; Green Garden, 111., 
1874-76; St. Louis, Mo., 1876-79; Marion, Kan., 1879-81; Pekin, 111., 
1881-83; miss. Cincinnati, O., 1883-84; p. Swygert, 111., 1884-86; Elli- 
son Bay, Wis., 1886-92; Watertown, Wis., 1892-96; Denton, Texas, 
1896-99; Houston, Texas, 1899-1900; ret.; d. Ellison Bay, Wis., Dec. 9, 
1907. 

WILLIAM PAPENHAUSEN, b. Seehausen, Prussia, Sep. 2, 1846; 
R. T. S., G. D. and R. F. A. 1868-71 ; U. R. 1875 ; R. T. S. 1878 ; for 
complete record, see Eng. Dept., class 1878. 

Address, 1431 College St., Springfield, 111. 

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1872 

*WILLIAM C. RABE, b. Fricnicn, Hesse-Casscl, Germany, Oct. 28, 
1848; R. T. S., G. D. 1867-71; s. New Britain, Conn., and St. Louis, 
Mo., 1871-74; ord. Buffalo, N. Y., Mar. 2, 1876; p. Buffalo, N. Y., 1875- 
89; Rochester, N. Y.. 1889-92; Portland, Oreg., 1892-96; Buffalo, N. Y., 
1896-1901; Omaha, Neb., 1901-02; d. Omaha, Neb., Nov. 4, 1902. 

OTTO FRIEDRICH ZECKSER, b. Milmcrsdorf, Prussia, Sep. 6, 
1844; R. T. S., G. D. 1868-71; ord. Alma, Kan., Sep. 21, 1871; p. Mill 
Creek, Kan., 1871-73; Newport, Ky., 1873-75; North Freedom, Wis., 
1875-77; Newton, Mich., 1877-79; Mill Creek, Kan., 1879-97; Shell 
Creek, Neb., 1897-98; Mill Creek, Kan., 1898-1902; Big Stone City, S. 
D., 1902-05; Geary Co., Kan., 1905 . Address, Alta Vista, Kan. 

DAVID ZWINK, b. Nellingen, Wiirtemberg, June 21, 1843; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1867-70; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1870-71; ord. St. Joseph, Mich., 
Dec. 3, 1872; p. St. Joseph, Mich., 1872-78; Lorraine, Kan., 1878-82; 
Leavenworth, Kan., 1882-83; Erie, Pa., 1883-86; Albany, N. Y., 1886- 
95; Racine, Wis., 1895-1900; Minonk, Li., 1900-02; Canton, O., 1902-05; 
Albany, N. Y., 1905 . Address, 252 Washington Ave., Albany, N. Y. 

SPECL'\L STUDENTS 

*Heinrich Joseph Miiller, b. Biebrich, Hesse-Cassel, Germany, June 
26, 1835; R. T. S., G. D. 1870-71; ord. St. Paul, Minn., Aug. 3, 1873; 
p. Hastings, Minn., 1873-78; North Freedom, Wis., 1878-83; Lebanon, 
Wis., 1883-98; w. c. Sheboygan, Wis., 1898-1900; d. Sheboygan, Wis., 
Aug. 23, 1900. 

John Schwendener, b. Buchs, Switzerland, July 19, 1847; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1869-71 ; prac. physician, ^Milwaukee, Wis. 

1872 
GRADUATES 

REINHARD HOEFFLIN, b. Eichstetten, Baden, Aug. 13, 1847; R. 
T. S., G. D. 1868-72; ord. Brooklyn, N. Y., Mar. 9, 1873; p. Brooklyn, 

N. Y., 1872-74; Syracuse, N. Y., 1874-83; New York City, 1883 . 

Address, 1127 Fulton Ave., Bronx, New York City. 

*FRIEDRICH CHRISTIAN KOEHLER, b. Segeberg, Holstein, Ger- 
many, May 13, 1836; R. T. S.. G. D. 1869-72; ord. White River, Mich., 
Oct. 2, 1872; p. White River, Mich., 1872-75; Folsomdale, N. Y., 1875- 
78; Nashville, Mich.. 1878-80; Detroit, Mich., 1880-86; Los Angeles, 
Cal., 1886-87; Pasadena, Cal., 1887-90; Denver, Col., 1890-91; incap. 
Pasadena, Cal., 1891-1901; d. Pasadena, Cal., Sep. 17, 1901. 

233 



1873 

SPECIAL STUDENT 

*Karl Numberger, b. St. Petersburg, Russia, 1850; R. T. S., G. D 
1871-72; d. Newark, N. J., April 19, 1872 . 

1873 

GRADUATES 

JOHANNES ENGLER, b. Sevelen, St. Gall, Switzerland, Aug. 27, 
1846; R. T. S., G. D. 1870-73; ord. Hastings, Minn., Dec. 7, 1873; p. 
Millersburg, Minn., 1873-74; Sharon, Minn., 1874-79; Big Stone City, 
S. D., 1879-82; Hampton and Fairbault, Minn., 1882-89; w. c. Ran- 
dolph, Minn., 1889 . Address, Randolph, Minn. 

*J. GEORGE FETZER, b. Oberhausen, Wiirtemberg, July 12, 1845; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1870-73; U. R. 1873-74; R. T. S., Eng. Dept., 1874-76; 
Univ. Leipzig, Germany, 1876; ord. Volmarstein, Westphalia; p. Vol- 
marstein, Westphalia, 1877-80; in U. S. collecting funds for the Theol. 
Sem. Hamburg, 1880-81 ; assistant editor Wahrheitszeuge, and supply 
Hamburg, Germany, 1881-82; prof. Bapt. Theol. Sem. Hamburg, Ger- 
many, 1882-1909. Author, Pastoral Thcologic; d. Volmarstein, West- 
phalia, July 31, 1909. 

HENRY L. JANZEN, b. Elbing, Prussia, June 27, 1844; R. T. S., G. 
D. 1870-73 ; U. R. 1873-74 ; R. T. S. Eng. Dept. 1874-75 ; in bus. Berlin, 
Ont., 1875 . 

JOHANN HEINRICH MOEHLMANN, b. Aarsdorf, Hanover, Ger- 
many, Sep. 24, 1845; R. T. S., G. D. 1865-66; 1872-73; ord. Meriden, 
Conn., June 19, 1873; p. Meriden, Conn., 1873-86; Racine, Wis., 1886- 
94; Detroit, Mich., 1894 . Address, 415 Helen Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

EWART PETER RIEMER, b. Hatzum, East Frisia, Germany, March 
10, 1845; R. T. S., G. D. 1870-73; R. T. S. Eng. Dept. 1873-74; ord. 
Buffalo, N. Y., Mar. 31, 1874; p. Germ.an Bapt. ch.. King William's 
Town, Kaffraria, S. Africa, 1874-92; invalid, 1892-97; p. East London, 

S. Africa, 1897-1901; o. s. St. Louis, Mo., 1901 . 

Address, 2615 N. 12th St., St. Louis, Mo. 

F. LOUIS SCHUNKE, b. Quellendorf, Anhalt-Dessau, Germany, July 
24, 1844; R. T. S., G. D. 1870-73; ord. Niedern-Dodeleben, Prussia, 
Mar. 28, 1875; p. Neu-Haldensleben, Prussia, 1873-76; p. Einbeck, 
Hannover, 1876-81; Altenburg, Saxony, 1881-95; Hamburg-Eilbeck, 
1895-98; Parsau, Prussia, 1898-1901; Dessau, Anhalt, 1901-02; Alten- 
burg, Saxony, 1902-05; ret. 1905 . 

Address, . Sonneborn, Gotha, Germany. 
234 



1874 

JOHN SENN, b. Town Polk, Wis., Dec. 20, 1847; R. T. S., G. 
D. 1870-73; ord. Tavistock. Ont., Dec. 10, 1873; p. Tavistock, Ont., 
1873-75; Buffalo, N. Y., 1875-77; Holland, N. Y., 1877-82; Williams- 
port, Pa., 1882-93; prac. physician, and o. s. Williamsport, Pa., 1893 . 

Address, 243 Washington St., Williamsport, Pa. 

ANDREAS STERN, b. Neufra, HohcnzoUern-Sigmaringen, Prussia, 
June 2, 1849; R. T. S., G. D. 1870-73; ord. Holland, N. Y., June 3, 
1874; p. Holland, N. Y., 1874; Brenham, Texas, 1874-75; teacher, Se- 
dalia and Concordia, Mo., 1875-77; miss. Missouri, 1877-78; p. Ellin- 
wood, Kan., 1878-80; Greengarden, 111., 1880-82; Louisville, Ky., 1882- 
83; Holland. N. Y., 1883-85; Tavistock, Ont., 1885-90; Town Polk, 
Wis., 1890-97; Houston, Texas, 1897-98; Lorena, Texas, 1898-1907; 
Steamboat Rock, Iowa, 1907-. Address, Steamboat Rock, la. 

SPECIAL STUDENT 

Jacob Meier, b. Oberschafhausen, Baden, Sep. 6, 1839; R. T. S., G. D. 
1872-73; ord. Muscatine, la., Aug. 19, 1873; p. Muscatine, la., 1873- 
78; Chicago, 111., 1st ch., 1878-1906; Chicago, 111., 3rd ch., 1906—; 
supt. Miss, and Benev. Sec. of the Ger. Bapt. Chs. of Chicago, 111., 
1906 . Address, 2152 Alice Place, Chicago, 111. 

1874 

GRADUATES 

JOHANN KARL HEINRICH BECKER, b. Orpherda, Germany, Jan. 
9, 1845; R. T. S., G. D. 1871-74; ord. Fosterburg, 111., Aug. 12, 1874; p. 
Fosterburg, 111., 1874-75; Springfield, 111., 1875-76; w. c. Springfield, 111., 
1876. 

LOUIS HELMETAG, b. Bergheim, Waldeck, Germany, May 17, 1847; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1871-74; ord. Dirschau, Prussia, Dec. 1875; p. Dirschau, 
Prussia, 1875-77; Brome, 1877-82; Heilbronn, 1882-84; Muehlhausen 
in E., 1884-89; Dirschau, 1889 . Address, Dirschau, Germany. 

*ROBERT LANGER, b. Thorn, Prussia, June 3, 1845; R. T. S., G. D. 

1871-74; ord. Millerstown, Pa., July 10, 1874; p. Millerstown, Pa., 1874; 
Holland, N. Y., 1874-77; Baltimore, Md., 1877-78; d. Chicago, 111., Dec. 
16. 1882. 

ZACHARIAS CLARK MARTEN, b. Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 23, 1849; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1871-74; R. T. S. Eng. Dept. 1877; for complete record, 
see Eng. Dept., class of 1877. 

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1875 

JOHN MILLER, b. Altdorf, Witrtemberg, April 19, 1843; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1871-74; ord. Zurich, Ont., Aug. 4, 1874; p. Zurich, Ont., 1874- 
11; Manitowoc, Wis., 1877-84; Casco, Mich., 1884-86; Bloomington, 
111., 1886-93; Lincoln Co., Kan., 1893-96; Dillon, Kan., 1896-1900; Pin 
Oak Creek, Mo., 1900-07; Parkersburg, lo., 1907-09; Auburn, Mich., 
1909 . Address, R. F. D., Auburn, Mich. 

*HEINRICH W. NAGEL, b. Ladbergen, Westphalia, Apr. 29, 1847; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1871-74; ord. Chicago, 111., Feb. 10, 1875; miss. Chicago, 
111., 1874-75; p. Lebanon, Wis., 1875-78; Buffalo, N. Y., 1878-84; St. 

Joseph, Mich., 1884-92; ill-health, Buffalo, N. Y., 1892 ; d. Buffalo, 

N. Y., June 17, 1894. 

HERMANN SCHROEDER, b. Zowen, Prussia, Aug. 24, 1844; R. T. 
S., G. D. 1871-74; ord. Chicago, 111., Feb. 9, 1875; p. Newton, Mich., 
1875-77; Rock Falls, la., 1877-81; Fulton, la., 1881-86; Sandwich, III., 
1886-89; Omaha, Neb., 1889-92; Fremont, Neb., 1892-95; Wausau, W^is., 
1895-98; Monte Vista, Col., 1898-99; State Miss. Wisconsin, 1899-1900; 
p. Quincy, III., 1900-06; s. Bloomington, 111., 1906- 

Address, 407 Menomimee St., Oak Park, 111. 

HEINRICH WERNICK, b. Cincinnati, O., Nov. 7, 1850; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1871-74; R. T. S. Eng. Dept. 1874-75; ord. Somonauk, 111., Nov. 
5, 1875 ; p. Somonauk, 111., 1875-78 ; Bloomington, 111., 1878-81 ; Kekos- 
kee. Wis., 1881-85; Newport, Ky., 1885-89; Springfield, III., 1889-94; 
Harvey, 111., 1894-97; Joliet, 111., 1897-99; Richfield, Wis., 1899-1904; 
Chicago, 111., 1904-07; State Miss., Illinois, 1907- 

Address, Sandwich, 111. 

SPECIAL STUDENT 

Paul Goebel, b. Zurich, Ont.; R. T. S., G. D. 1873-74; w. c. Park Hill, 
Ont., 1888. 



1875 



GRADUATES 

*SAMUEL BECKER, b. Geismar, Hessen, Germany, Dec. 2, 1840; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1873-75 ; ord. Tavistock, Ont., June 21, 1875 ; p. Tavi- 
stock and Sebringville, Ont., 1875-77; Logan, Ont., 1877-79; Hanover 
and Elmwood, Ont., 1879-84; Logan and Zurich, 1884-91; Holland, 
N. Y., 1891-93; in business, Buffalo, N. Y., 1893-1909; d. Buffalo, N. Y., 
Dec. 20, 1909. 

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1876 

GOTTLIEB KUCZEWSKI, b. Rummy, Prussia, Sep. 3, 1844; R. T. 
S., G. D. 1872-/5; ord. Dorscn, Prussia, Aug. 1875; miss to Ger- 
mans and Poles in Romanowcn, 1875-88; p. Lyck, Prussia, 1888- 
1900; ret. 1900. Address, Ortelsburg, E. Prussia, Germany. 

HEINRICH SCHULZ, b. Ellnhausen, Hessen, Germany, Feb. 8, 1852; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1872-75; Shurtleff College, 1879-81; ord. Fosterburg, 
111., May 11, 1876; p. Fostersburg, III., 1876-81; St. Paul, Minn., 1881- 
89; Philadelphia, Pa., 1889-91; St. Joseph, Mich., 1891-1900; St. Louis, 
Mo. 1900-1909; Pittsburg, Pa. 1909-. 

Address, 103 Onyx St., Mt. Oliver, Pittsburg, Pa. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Heinrich Hilzinger, b. Tuttlingen, Wiirtemberg, March 16, 1850; R. 
T. S., G. D. 1874-75; ord. Cohoes, N. Y., Sep. 15, 1875; p. Cohoes, 
N. Y., 1875-77; Newark, N. J.. 1877-79; Kankakee, 111., 1879-84; Mus- 
catine, la., 1884-90; Carrick, Ont., 1890-94; Cleveland, O., 1894-1900; 
Eureka. S. D., 1900-1904; Plum Creek. S. D., 19CW-1905 ; Platte Center, 
Neb., 1905-. Address, Platte Center, Nebraska. 

Herman W. Jens, b. Zettermin, Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Germany, 
Sep. 24, 1857; R. T. S., G. D. 1874-75; teacher, Monce Acad., 
Monee, III. 

1876 

GRADUATES 

FRIEDRICH BERNDT, b. Grevekow, Prussia; R. T. S., G. D. 1874- 
76; ord. ]\Iinnetrista, Minn., Nov. 11, 1876; p. Minnetrista, Minn., 1876- 
79; Sharon, 1879-81; left denomination. 

Address, Le Seueur, Minn. 

ANTON HELMRICH, b. Leutmannsdorf, Silesia, Germany, March 
6, 1847; R. T. S., G. D. 1873-76; ord. Rochester, N. Y., Sep. 17, 1877; 
p. Arnprior, Ont., 1876-82; Holland, N. Y., 1882-85; Kekoskee, Wis., 
1885-87; w. c. and o. s. Address, 172 Johnson St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

*CHARLES JURGENSEN, b. Hamburg, Germany; R. T. S., G. D. 
1867-68: 1874-76; ord. Sheboygan, Wis., Aug. 23, 1876; p. Sheboygan, 
Wis., 1876-79; cutter, Milwaukee and New York City, 1879- ; d. New 
York City, 1894. 

*FRIEDRICH WILHELM KROESCH, b. Immekath, Prussia, Apr. 
6, 1847; R. T. S., G. D. 1873-76; ord. Woolwich, Ont, Sep. 21, 1876; 

237 



1877 

p. Woolwich, Ont., 1876-80; Wausau, Wis., 1880-83; North Freedom, 
Wis. 1883-88; Higginsville, Mo., 1888-93; California, Mo., 1893-1900; 
Rush Co., Kan., 1900-1903; o. s. Lorraine, Kan., 1903-05; d. Lorraine, 
Kan. Feb. 2, 1905. 

CHRISTIAN E. LOTZER, b. Waldeck, Germany, May 4, 1856; R. 
T. S., G. D. 1873-76; w. c. Sayre, Pa., 1889. 

*RUDOLPH MACHHOLZ, b. Schmiedfeld, Thuringia, Germany, 
Oct. 1, 1847; R. T. S., G. D. 1874-76; ord. Carrick, Ont., Oct. 4, 1876; 
p. Carrick and Neustadt, Ont., 1876-86; Milwaukee, Wis., 1886-89; Bur- 
lington, la., 1889-95 ; d. Burlington, la., Apr. 8, 1895. 

FRIEDRICH A. PETEREIT, b. Mehlaucken, Prussia, Sep. 28, 1850; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1873-76; ord. Davenport, Iowa, Mar. 27, 1877; p. Dav- 
enport, Iowa, 1876-79; Quincy, 111., 1879-84; Minneapolis, Minn., 1884- 
86; Winnipeg, Manitoba, 1886-93; Waco, Texas, 1893-94; State miss., 
Texas, 1894-96; p. Galveston, Texas, 1896-1899; Dallas, Texas, 1899- 
1903 ; in bus., New Mexico. 

WILLLIAM SCHUNKE, b. Roden, Anhalt, Germany, Aug. 16, 1854; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1873-76; ord. Racine, Wis., Sep. 6, 1876; p. Racine, Wis., 
1876-81; Elgin, Iowa, 1881-94; Bethany, Oregon, 1894-98; Winnipeg, 
Manitoba, 1898-1906; District Missionary, Canadian Northwest, 1906- 
1910; ibid., Pacific States, 1910-. 

Address, Rose City Park, Portland, Oregon. 

GEORGE NICHOLAS THOMSSEN, b. Busum, Holstein, Germany 
April 1, 1855 ; R. T. S., G. D. 1873-76 ; U. R. 1876-78 ; R. T. S., Eng 
Dept. 1878-79; ord. West Hoboken, N. J., Aug. 7, 1879; p. West Ho 
boken, N. J., 1879-81; miss. A. B. M. U., Vinukonda, India, 1882-87 
p. New York City, 1887-90; miss. A. B. M. U., Kurnool, India, 1890-95 
p. South Brooklyn, N. Y., 1896-97; s. New York City, 1897-99; miss 
A. B. M. U., Bapatla, India, 1899- ; author, Indische Lebensbilder 
Samuel I. Hebich of India; The Preacher and the Sermon (Telugu) 
The Real versus the Ideal in Hinduism. Address, Bapatla, India. 

1877 

GRADUATES 

♦SYLVESTER KORNMEIER, b. Biberbach, Baden, Aug. 18, 1848; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1874-77; ord. Greengarden, 111., June 2, 1878; p. Green- 
garden, 111., 1878-81 ; Arnprior, Ont., 1881-85 ; Waterbury, Conn., 1885- 
87; South Brooklyn, N. Y., 1887-96; colp. Brooklyn and New York 
City, 1896-1906; d. Brooklyn, N. Y., April 10, 1906. 

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1878 

CLAUS PETERS, b. Mielberg, Schleswig, Prussia, May 7, 1856; R. 
T. S., G. D. 1874-77; ord. Schleswig, Prussia, March 3, 1878; p. Schles- 
wig, Prussia, 1877-87; miss, for Sunday Schools, Germany, 1887-90; p. 
Berlin, Germany, 1890-1904; Hamburg, Germany, 1904-. 

Address, 106 Kieler St., Hamburg, Germany. 

SPECIAL STUDENT 

*Heinrich A. Griep, b. Klein-Silkow, Pomerania, Prussia, June 22, 1838; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1876-77; ord. Scranton, Pa., Sep. 12, 1877; p. Scranton, 
Pa., 1877-81 ; Dayton, O., 1881-89 ; North Freedom, Wis., 1889-96 ; prac. 
phys., Denzer, Wis.; d. 1909. 

1878 

GRADUATES 

♦JACOB DANIELSEN, b. Sterup, Schleswig, Prussia, Feb. 20, 1849; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1874-78; ord. Kappeln, Schleswig, 1879; p. Kappeln, 
Schleswig, 1878-82; p. Hamburg, 1882-85; supt. Deaconess Institute, 
Hamburg, 1885-86; retired on account of illness of wife, 1886; p. Ham- 
burg-Hamm, 1887-90; Hamburg-Eimsbiittel, 1890-1901; ret.; d. Ham- 
burg, Germany, July 18, 1903. 

EDWARD GRAALMANN, b. Ditzum, East Frisia, Germany, Jan. 

8, 1853; R. T. S., G. D. 1874-78; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1877-78; ord. 
Williamsport, Pa., June 2, 1878; p. Williamsport, Pa., 1878-81; Bailey- 
ville. III., 1881-86; Concordia, Mo., 1886-93; Okeene, Oklahoma, 1893-. 

Address, Okeene, Okla. 

JOHN JAEGER, b. Beinstein, Wiirtemberg, Jan. 13, 1852; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1874-78; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1877-78; ord. Newark, N. J., Aug. 
29, 1878; p. Newark, N. J., 1878-81; Albany, N. Y., 1881-86; New 
Britain, Conn., 1887-90; s. Waterbury and Seymour, Conn., 1890-91; 
p. Germantown, N. D., 1891-97; West St. Paul, Minn., 1897-1903; Tynd- 
all, S. D., 1903-1908; Buffalo Center, la.. 1908-1910; Odessa, Wash. 
1910-. Address, Odessa, Washington. 

FRITZ AUGUST LIGHT, b. Memel, Prussia, Aug. 1, 1851; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1874-78; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1878-79; ord. Boston, Mass., Oct 

9, 1879 ; p. Boston, Mass., 1879-83 ; student, Boston Univ., 1880-1882 ; p. 
Indianapolis, Ind., 1883-87; Chicago, 111., 1887-89; stud. McCormick 
Theo. Sem. 1887-8; p. Cleveland, O., 1889-94; M. D. and pract. med., 
Cleveland, O., 1894-96 ; p. Cincinnati, O., 1896-1905 ; p. New York City, 
1905-08; s. Eagle Ave. ch.. New York, 1908-09; o. s. 1909-. Author, 
Die Griindwahrheiten des Christcntums. 

Address. 436 E. 141 St., Bronx, New York 

239 



1879 

*ANTON MEIER, b. Hard, Tyrol, Austria, Aug. 6, 1847; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1874-78; p. Methodist ch., Newton, Mich., 1878-80; White River, 
Mich., 1880-82; d. 1882. 

JACOB HENRY MERKEL, b. Reichartshausen, Baden, Oct. 28, 
1855 ; R. T. S., G. D. 1874-78 ; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1878-81 ; ord. Cleve- 
land, O., Sep. 22, 1881; p. Cleveland, O., (1st ch.,) 1881-90; Milwaukee, 
Wis., (1st ch.,) 1890-95; Burlington, la., 1895-1900; Cleveland, O. 
(Erin Ave.) 1900-06; Evangelist, 1906-. Translator, Gordon's The 
Ministry of the Spirit. Address, 3008 Walton Ave., Cleveland, O. 

CHRISTOPH SCHMIDT, b. Berka, Saxe-Weimar, Germany, Oct. 
19, 1853; R. T. S., G. D. 1874-78; R. T. S.„ Eng. Dept. 1877-78; ord. 
New Britain, Conn., July 2, 1883; p. New Britain, Conn., 1878-84; 
Syracuse, N. Y., 1884-88; St. Paul, Minn., 1888-92; Passaic, N. J., 1892- 
1900; Elizabeth, N. J., 1901-1903; Passaic, N. J., 1903-1909; incap. 1909-. 

Address, 50 Sherman St., Passaic, N. J. 



SPECIAL STUDENT 

George C. Engelmann, b. Remels, East Frisia, Germany, Dec. 28, 1853; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1877-78; miss. Platteville, Neb., 1879-80; Columbus, 
Neb., 1880-82 ; ord. ApHngton, la., Sep. 2, 1882 ; p. Aplington, la., 1882- 
88; Eureka, S. Dakota, 1888-90; Kossuth, Wis., 1890-93; North Free- 
dom, Wis., 1893-1900; Parkersburg, la., 1900-1903; State Miss., for 
Wis., 1903-04; p. Kesley, la., 1904-08; Alpena, Mich., 1908-. 

Address, 217 4th St., Alpena, Mich. 



1879 



GRADUATES 

WILLIAM APPEL, b. Wilmot, Ont., Sep. 28, 1854; R. T. S., G. D. 
1874-79 ; R. T. S.. Eng. Dept. 1878-79 ; ord. Logan, Ont., Oct. 8, 1879 ; 
p. Logan, Ont, 1879-80; New York City, 1880-81; New Haven, Conn., 
1881-83; ev. 1883-85; p. Louisville, Ky., 1885-87; ev. 1887-1888; asst. 
p. Tabernacle ch.. New York City, 1888-90; p. Los Angeles, Cal., 1890- 
97; Syracuse, N. Y., 1897-99; Williamsport, Pa., 1899-1903; Detroit, 
Mich. (Ebenezer ch.), 1903-09; evangelist, 1909- 

Address, 752 Huntington Ave., Roxbury, Mass. 
240 



1880-1881 

FRANZ FRIEDRICH, b. Ravcnsburg, Wiirtemberg, Germany, Dec. 
4, 1S52; R. T. S., G. D. 1875-79; ord. Folsomdale, N. Y., Sep. 4, 1879; 
p. Folsomdale, N. Y.. 1879-82; Chicago, 111., 1882-87; Peoria, 111., 1887- 
90; Cleveland, O., 1890-97; Berlin, Ont., 1897-1904; Buffalo, N. Y., 
1904-. Address, 243 Mulberry St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

CHARLES F. JENSEN, b. New Orleans, La., July 4, 1850; Baylor 
Univ., 1872-74; R. T. S., G. D. 1876-79; ord. Boston, Mass., 1879; p. 
Boston, Mass., 1879-81 ; Brenham, Burton and Greenvine, Texas, 1881- 
97; in bus., Brenham, Texas, 1897-. 

JOHANNES GEORGE MAEDER, b. Reuthin, Wiirtemberg, April 
6, 1855; R. T. S.. G. D. 1875-79; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1878-79; ord. 
New York city, Oct. 23, 1879; p. New York City (Harlem), 1879-87; 
M. D. and practicing med., New York City, 1887-. 

Address, 123 W. 121 St., New York City. 

JACOB STAUB, b. Herriberg, Zurich, Switzerland, Feb. 25, 1850; R. 
T. S., G. D. 1875-79; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1878-79; ord. Zurich, Swit- 
zerland, Nov. 1879 ; p. Nauhausen, Switzerland, 1879-81 ; Scranton, Pa., 
1881-84; Bridgewater, S. D., 1885-87; Madison, S. D., 1887-90; not in 
act. service, 1890-94; p. Greenvine, Texas, 1894-96; miss. St. Joseph, 
Mo. and Hastings, Neb., 1896-97; s. St. Louis, Mo., 1897; w. c. 

Address, Beloit, Ohio. 



GRADUATES 

VINCENZ FARNKOPF, b. Bullau, Bavaria, Jan. 21, 1851; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1875-80; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1879-80; ord. Folsomdale, N. Y., 
June 8, 1880; p. Bethany, Oregon, 1880-84; left ministry; San Francisco, 
Cal., 1899. 

♦PAUL JOHANN FERDINAND GROTH, b. Anklam, Pomerania, 
Germany. June 17. 1853; R. T. S., G. D. 1876-80; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 
1879-80; miss. colp. A. B. P. S. in Minn, and N. D. 1880-89; ord. Glen 
Ulen, N. D., 1889; p. Glen Ulen, N. D., 1889-94; d. Hebron, N. D., 
June 17, 1894. 

1881 

GRADUATES 

FRIEDRICH W. BECKER, b. Altena, Westphalia, Germany, July 
15, 1853 ; R. T. S.. G. D. 1877-81 ; R. T. S. Eng. Dept. 1880-81 ; ord. 

241 



1881 

Houston, Texas, July 5, 1881; p. Houston, Texas, 1881-85; St. Louis, 
Mo., 1885-88; left ministry. Address, Milwaukee, Wis. 

AUGUST BOELTER, b. Vandsburg, West Prussia, Germany, April 
10, 1851; R. T. S., G. D. 1877-81; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1880-81; ord. 
Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 6, 1881; p. Indianapolis, Ind., 1881-83; Walsh- 
ville, 111., 1883-88; Louisville, Ky., 1888-96; Omaha, Neb., 1896-1902; 
Minneapolis, Minn., 1902-. 

Address, 2122 Dupont St., N. Minneapolis, Minn. 

JOHN GERHARDT BERNEIKE, b. Hammerstein, West Prussia, 
Germany, Nov. 6, 1857; R. F. Acad. 1877-80; R. T. S., G. D. 1880-81; 
U. R. 1881-83; Union Theo. Sem. New York City, 1883-86; not ord.; 
M. D. and prac. med. Santa Ana, Gal., 1895- 

HENRY WILLIAM GEIL, b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 5, 1857; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1877-81; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1881-82; ord. Wilmington, Del., 
June 29, 1882; p. Wilmington, Del., 1882-88; Syracuse, N. Y., 1888-93; 
Rochester, N. Y., 1893-1905; in bus. 1905- 

Address, 4 Lawton St., Rochester, N. Y. 

GEORGE ALFRED GUNTHER, b. New York City, April 10, 1853; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1875-81; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1880-81; supply, Wil- 
mington, Del., 1881-82; ord. Folsomdale, N. Y., Aug. 25, 1882; p. Fol- 
somdale, N. Y., 1882-85; Minonk, 111., 1885-88; Wilmington, Del., 1888- 
93; New York City, 1893-1901; Newark, N. J., 1901- ; hymn-writer and 
composer of music, "Gemeinde-chorc." 

Address, 375 Walnut St., Newark, N. J. 

LEWIS KAISER, b. Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 23, 1860; R. F. Acad, 
and R. T. S., G. D. 1878-81 ; U. R. 1881-83 ; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1883- 
84; C. T. S. 1884-85; ord. Philadelphia, Pa., Sep. 18, 1884; p. Philadel- 
phia, Pa., 1884-88; Rochester, N. Y., 1888-90; prof. R. T. S., G. D. 
1890- ; and Moderator, Gen'l Conf. of German Bap. ch.'s. 1898-1910. 
Author, Das Apostolische Jahrhundcrt; Die Stimmen der Propheten. 

Address, 13 Tracy St., Rochester, N. Y. 

JOHN HENRY MEYERS, b. Brooklyn, N. Y., April 28, 1855; R. T. 
S., G. D. 1877-81 ; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1880-81 ; ord. Woolwich, Ont., 
Aug. 16, 1881; p. Woolwich, Ont., 1881-84; Scranton, Pa., 1884-91; 
Bridgeport, Conn., 1891-96; in bus. Bridgeport, Conn., 1896-97; p. New 
Hamburg, Ont., 1897-1908; Waco, Texas, 1908-. 

Address, 1321 Jefferson St., Waco, Texas. 

GOTTHARD MENGEL, b. Dreihausen, Kurhessen, Germany, June 
27, 1850; R. T. S., G. D. 1877-81; ord. Colehour, 111., Oct. 18, 1881; 

242 



1882 

p. Colehour, 111., 1881-91 ; Kankakee, 111., 1891-1901 ; Detroit, Mich (2nd 
church) 1901-08; Detroit, Mich. (Ebenezer ch.) 1909- 

Address, 672 Hudson Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

ALBERT JOHN RAMAKER, b. Milwaukee, Wis., Oct. 3, 1860; R. F 
Acad, and R. T. S., G. D. 1877-81 ; U. R. and R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1881- 
1886; for complete record see Eng. Dept., Class of 1886. 

Address, 11 Tracy St., Rochester, N. Y 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

*August Carl Doescher, b. Buffalo, N. Y., Aug. 20, 1854; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1878-81 ; not ord. ; d. St. Joseph, :\Iich. 

Otto Roehrig, b. Themar, Meiningen, Germany, April 20, 1859; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1879-81; North Western College, Naperville, 111., 1886; miss. 
Evangelical ch., Clinton, Mo., 1886-87; Atchison, Kan., 1887-88; ord. 
Hiawatha, Kan., March 17, 1888; p. Falls City, Neb., 1888- 



1882 



GRADUATES 

EDUARD JOHANN THEODOR ANSCHUTZ, b. Drochtersen, 
Hanover, Germany, July 4, 1857; R. T. S., G. D. 1879-82; ord. West 
Hoboken, N. J., Sept. 14, 1882; p. West Hoboken, N. J., 1882-. Author, 
Christus and Seine Gcmcindc. 

Address, 235 Palisade Ave., W. Hoboken, N. J. 

JOHN EHRENSTEIN, b. Dierdorf, Rhennish Prussia, Germany, Feb. 
2, 1861 ; R. T. S., G. D. 1880-82 ; Union Theo. Sem. New York City, 
1882-84; Univ. of Bonn and Berlin, Germany, 1884-86; asst. sec. Evang. 
Alliance, New York City, 1886; in bus. Address, Yonkers, N. Y. 

ROBERT FENSKE, b. Elmwood, Ont., May 29, 1856; R. T. S., G. D. 

1877-82; ord. Rising City, Neb., Aug. 16, 1882; p. Rising City, Neb. 
1882-84; Woodbine, Kan., 1884-86; West Brenda, Manitoba, 1886-94; 
Edenwald, Sask., 1894-98; Casselman, N. D., 1898-1901; Ebenezer, 
Sask., 1904-04; Beaver Hill, Sask., 1904-. 

Address, Roberts, Sask., Canada. 

FRIEDRICH HOFFMANN, b. Sangerhausen, Saxony, Germany, 
May 22, 1856; R. T. S., G. D. 1878-82; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1881-82; 
ord. Minonk, 111., July 6, 1882; p. Minonk. 111., 1882-85; St. Louis, Mo., 
1885-93; Buflfalo, N. Y., (First church) 1893-1905; Buffalo, N. Y. (2nd 

243 



1883-1884 

ch.) 1905-1906; Winnipeg, Man., 1906- ; composer of music and editor, 
Ncuc Mdnncrchore, Der Sdngcrbote. 

Address, 799 McDermot Ave., Winnipeg, Man. 

CARL LUDWIG MARQUARDT, b. Schonlanke, Posen, Germany, 
Aug. 29, 1855 ; R. T. S., G. D. 1878-82 ; ord. Logan, Ont., July 12, 1882 ; 
p. Logan, Ont., 1882-83; Higginsville, Mo., 1883-&8; Muscatine, la., 
1888-93; Brooklyn, N. Y., 1893-1904; St. Joseph, Mich., 1904- 

Address, 910 Broad St., St. Joseph, Mich. 

JACOB AUGUST WEIMAR, b. Unterheinrieth, Wiirtemberg, Oct. 
7, 1855 ; R. T. S., G. D. 1878-82 ; ord. St. Joseph, Mich., Aug. 10, 1882 ; 
p. St. Joseph, Mich., 1882-85; New Britain, Conn., 1885-87; Meriden, 
Conn., 1887-88; joined Russelites, Allegheny, Pa., 1889; and Koreshites, 
Chicago, some time later; reaccepted, Chicago, 111., 1898; and deposed 
by council, Minonk, 111., Dec. 12, 1899. 

1883 

GRADUATES 

JACOB HEINRICHS, b. Allenstein, East Prussia, Germany, March 
2, 1860; R. T. S., G. D. and R. F. Acad. 1881-84; U. R. 1884-86; R. 
T. S., 1886-89; for complete rec, see Eng. Dept., Class of 1889. 

Address, Ramapatam, India. 

HEINRICH SCHWENDENER, b. Wayne, Wis., Sep. 4, 1854; R. T. 
S., G. D. 1880-83; ord. Cleveland, O., Dec. 13, 1883; p. Cleveland, O., 
1883-89 ; Evangelist, 1889-. Address, 600 Main St., St. Joseph, Mich. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Julius Jacob Berger, b. 'New Haven, Conn., March 20, 1861; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1881-83; C. T. S. 1883-86; Address, Gasport, N. Y. 

Heinrich H. Regier, b. Alexanderkron, S. Russia, Sep. 12, 1855; R. T. 
S., G. D. 1882-83; ord. ]\Iountain Lake, Minn., Dec. 23, 1884; assistant 
p. Mennonite ch., Mountain Lake, Minn., 1884-89; p. Mountain Lake, 
Minn., 1889-. Address, Mountain Lake, Minn. 

*William Tietge, b. Kusei, Saxony, Germany, July 16. 1858; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1881-83; d. Burlington, la., April 21, 1883. 

1884 

GRADUATES 

GOTTLOB FETZER, b. Cleveland, O., July 30, 1861; R. T. S., G. D. 

244 



1884 

1881-84; miss. Cincinnati, 0., 1884-86; R. T. S., Eng. Dcpt. 1886-89; 
for complete record, see Eng. Dept., Class of 1889. 

Address, 3804 Payne Ave., N. E., Cleveland, O. 

LOUIS CHARLES KNUTH, b. St. Joseph, Mich., Oct. 18, 1858; U. R. 
and R. T. S., G. D. 1881-84; R. T. S. 1887; for complete rec, see Eng. 
Dept., Class of 1887. Address, 33 E. Fairmount Ave., Newark, N. J. 

WILLIAM LIPPHARDT, b. Oberaula, Ilessen, Germany, Oct. 25, 
1857; R. T. S., G. D. 1880-84; R. T. S., Eng. Dcpt. 1883-&*; ord. 
Quincy, III., July 30, 1884; p. Quincy, 111., 1884-86; Evansville, Ind., 
1886-90; Buffalo, N. Y., 1890-1904; Evangelist, 1904- 

Address, 39 Howard Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 

CLAAS REGIER, b. Hierschau, S. Russia, April 26, 1854; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1882-84; miss, in York and Clay Cos., Neb., 1884-85; ord. York- 
town, Kan., June 6, 1885; p. Yorktown, Kan., 1885-89; Sutton and Hast- 
ings, Neb. 1889-91; Tyndall, S. D., 1891-93; Fairfax, S. D., 1893-99; 
w. c. Bessie, Okl. 

*VICTOR CHARLES ROCHO, b. St. Louis, Mo., June 15, 1859; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1880-84; ord. Alpena, Mich., Oct. 15, 1884; p. Alpena, 
Mich., 1884-85; B. U. Th. Sem., Chicago, 111., 1885-89; p. Plainfield, 111., 
1887-89; Geneseo, 111., Emerson, la.. Council Bluffs, la., Dundee, 111., 
1889-99; dist. miss. H. M. S. Denver, Col., 1899-1900; p. Allemagorda, 
N. Mexico, 1900-1902; w. c. Los Angeles, Cal., 1902-04; d. Los Angeles, 
Cal., Dec. 20, 1904. 

GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS SCHNEIDER, b. New York City, Oct. 
10, 1864; R. T. S., G. D. 1880-84; U. R. 1888; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1888- 
91 ; for complete rec, see Engl. Dept., Class 1891. 

Address, 249 Edgerton St., Rochester, N. Y. 

JOSEPH SCHOLZ, b. Davenport, la., Jan. 26, 1857; R. T. S., G. D. 
1881-84; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1883-84; ord. Montague, Mich., June 20, 
1884; p. Montague, Mich., 1884-87; miss. Chicago, 111., 1887-93; p. St. 
Paul, Minn., 1893-97; Tyndall, S. D., 1897-1900; Burlington, Iowa, 
1900-. Address, 1415 Osborn St., Burlington, la. 

HERMANN THIEL, b. Zschopau, Saxony, Germany, Aug. 9, 1854; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1881-84; ord. Sandwich, 111., Aug. 19, 1884; p. Sandwich, 
111., 1884-85; miss. Milwaukee, Wis., 1885; p. Alpena, Mich., 1885-91; 
w. c. Chicago, 111., 1891-98; p. Lyndock, Ont., 1898-1902; Fairfax, S. D. 
and Naper, Neb., 1902-06; o. s. 1906-. Address, Lakeland, Minn. 

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1885 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Friedrich G. Dierks, b. Greengarden, 111., Oct. 13, 1855; R. T. S., G. D. 

1882-84; not ord; supply and farmer, Platte Center, Neb., 1884-. 

David Dyck, b. Ekatarineslav, S. Russia, Jan. 23, 1846; R. T. S., G. D. 
1883-84; ord. Woodson Co., Kan., Dec. 1882; p. Mennonite chs., Wood- 
son Co., and Lehigh, Marion Co., Kan., 1884-97; p. Plum Coulee, Mani- 
toba, 1897- Address, Borden, Manitoba. 

Dierk Abrams Homfeld, b. Griemersum, Hannover, Germany, July 
3, 1850; R. T. S., G. D. 1883-84; ord. Eagle Top. Hooper Co., Kan., 
March 27, 1885 ; p. Anthony, Kan., 1884-87 ; Woodbine, Kan., 1887-90 ; 
Dillon, Kan., 1890-95; o. s. 1895. Address, Lorraine, Kansas. 

Peter Rech, b. Cappel, Prussia, Feb. 12, 1849; R. T. S., G. D. 1883-84; 
ord. Woolwich, Ont., Oct. 29, 1884; p. Woolwich, Ont., 1884-86; Erie, 
Pa., 1886-87; w. c. Houston, Tex., 1909-. 

1885 

GRADUATES 

HARM HENRICHS HUSMANN, b. Gransdorf, Hannover, Germany, 
May 1, 1849; R. T. S., G. D. 1883-85; ord. Neudorf, Russia, Jan. 10, 
1886; p. Saratow, Russia, 1886; Ust-Kulalinka, Saratov, Russia, 1886-. 

Address, Zarizin, Gov. Saratov, Russia. 

WALTHER RAUSCHENBUSCH, b. Rochester, N. Y., Oct. 4, 1861; 
Gymnasium, Giitersloh, Westphalia, Germany, 1883 ; U. R. and R. T. S., 
G. D. 1885; R. T. S. 1886; for complete rec. see Eng. Dept., Class of 
1886. Address, 40 Shepard St., Rochester, N. Y. 

HEINRICH ADOLPH SCHWASS, b. Watertown, Wis., Aug. 23, 
1856 ; R. T. S., G. D. 1881-85 ; ord. Pekin, 111., Nov. 20, 1885 ; p. Pekin, 
111., 1885-87; w. c. Muskegon Heights, Muskegon, Mich. 

*HENRY STRUCKHOFF, b. Oezen, Braunschweig, Germany, Aug. 
16, 1853; R. T. S., G. D. 1881-85; ord. Buffalo, N. Y., May 28, 1885; 
p. Buffalo, N. Y., 1885-87; d. Buffalo, N. Y., Feb. 11, 1887. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Hermann Johann Fast, b. Nova Dmetrofka, S. Russia, June 17, 1860; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1884-85; miss. Mennonite ch.. Mountain Lake, Minn., 
1889-. 

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1886 

August Marquardt, b. GiintherROst, Posen, Germany, Aug. 11, 1846; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1S84-85; ord. Minnctrista, Minn., June 6, 1886; p. Wino- 
na, Minn.. 1885-92; Salem, S. D., 1892-94; Beatrice and Janscn, Neb., 
1894-1908; ElHnwood, Kansas, 1908. 

Address, R. F. D., Ellinwood, Kan. 

John C. Voth, b. Sochoczin, Poland, Feb. 2, 1850; R. T. S., G. D. 1884- 
85 ; p. Mcnnonite ch., Lakeview, Kan., 1885-. 

1886 

GRADUATES 

AUGUST FRIEDRICH BRAUNS, b. Hiitteltannen, Hannover, Ger- 
many, March 9, 1855; R. T. S., G. D. 1882-86; ord. Carrington, N. D 
Apr. 8, 1887; p. Carrington, N. D., 1887-88; Mandan, N. D., 1888-92 
Brenham, Tex., 1892-93; miss, and colp. Ortonville, Minn., 1893-95 
Kansas City. Mo., 1895-97; Timberlake, Okla., 1897-99; Bremen, Ger- 
many, 1899-1901; colp. Am. Bapt. Pub. Soc, 1901-. 

RAYMUND J, HACK, b. Oberkessach, Wiirtemberg, Aug. 30, 1856; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1883-86; ord. Tonawanda, N. Y., Nov. 19, 1886; p. 
Tonavvanda, N. Y., 1886-90 ; St. Paul, Minn., 1890-93 ; dist. miss. North- 
western Conf.. 1893-94; p. Elgin. la., 1894-1902; Higginsville, Mo., 
1902- 1905; Madison, S. D.. 1905-. 

Address, 307 Liberty Ave., Madison, S. D. 

OTTO KOENIG, b. ^Memel, Germany, Apr. 5. 1866; Royal Gymnasi- 
um. Elbing. Germany, 1884; R. T. S., G. D. 1884-86; Bristol Baptist 
College, England, 1886-87; ord. Memel, Germany, May 6, 1888; p. 
Memel, Prussia. 1888-93; Rochester, N. Y., 1893-96; St. Louis, Mo., 
1896-99; s. Brooklyn, N. Y., 1900; p. New Haven, Conn., 1901- Editor, 
Sonncnschcin. Author, Sonncnschcin Lieder; BibeUehre und Kate- 
chismiis; Zxir Lchre und IVelirc; Missions Studicn. 

Address, 12 Broad St., New Haven, Conn. 

JOHANN FRIEDRICH MATZICK, b. Mczehnen, East Prussia, 
Germany, May 19, 1857; R. T. S., G. D. 1882-86; ord. Neustadt, Ont., 
Sep. 15, 1886: p. Carrick, Ont., 1886-92; Wausaii, Wis., 1892-96; Monte 
Vista. Col., 1896-98; w. c. Monte Vista, Col., 1898- 

WILLIAM PFEIFFER, b. Beggingen, Switzerland, May 22. 1861; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1882-86; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1885-86; ord. Spring- 
field, 111., July 29, 1886; p. Springfield, 111., 1886-89; Minonk, 111., 1889- 
92; Toledo, O., 1892-97; Aplington. la., 1897-1901; Baltimore, Md., 
1901-1908 ; New Hamburg, Ont., 1908-. 

Address, New Hamburg. Ont. 
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1887 

WILLIAM RITZMANN, b. Eberbach, Baden, Dec. 18, 1849; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1883-86; ord. Bridgeport, Conn., Nov. 15, 1886; p. Bridgeport, 
Conn., 1886-92; Baltimore, Md., 1892-96; Louisville, Ky., 1896-1901; 
Kankakee, 111., 1901-1904; Springfield and Vera, 111., 1904-1907; Park- 
stone, S. D. 1907-1909; Bridgeport, Conn., 1909- 

Address, 180 Harriet St., Bridgeport, Conn. 

CARL FRIEDRICH TIEMANN, b. Vlotho, Westphalia, Germany, 
June 10, 1859; R. T. S., G. D. 1883-86; ord. Warner, N. D., July 20, 
1886; p.' Warner, N. D., 1886-87; Montague, Mich., 1887-90; Joliet, 111., 
1890^96; South Chicago, 1896-1900; Allegheny, Pa., 1900-1904; Ellin- 
wood, Kan., 1904-1908; Higginsville, Mo., 1908-. 

Address, Higginsville, Mo. 

*FRIEDRICH WITTHUHN, b. Hohenzieritz, IMecklenburg Strelitz, 
Germany, Feb. 5, 1861 ; R. T. S., G. D. 1881-86 ; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 
1885-86 ; ord. Hagarty, Ont., March 4, 1887 ; p. Hagarty and Sebastopol, 
Ont., 1886-87; d. Hanover, Ont., Feb. 17, 1888. 

SPECIAL STUDENT 

*Friedrich Wilhelm Neumann, b. Bromberg, Prussia, Aug. 1, 1865; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1884-86; d. Rochester, N. Y., Nov. 30, 1886. 

1887 

GRADUATES 

GEORGE JOHN GEIS, b. Hockenheim, Baden, Apr. 1, 1865; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1883-87; U. R. 1887-89; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1889-92; for com- 
plete rec, see Eng. Dept., Class of 1892. Address, Myitkyina, Burma. 

WILHELM HEINRICH MULLER, b. Newark, N. J., Sep. 2, 1852; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1885-87; ord. Big Stone City, S. D., Oct. 30, 1887; p. 
Big Stone City, S. D., 1887-90; Madison, S. D., 1890-94; Winnipeg, 
Manitoba, 1894-98 ; Alma, Mo., 1898-1903 ; Kingfisher, Okla., 1903-1909 ; 
Piney, Ark., 1909-. Address, Piney, Ark. 

CHARLES FRIEDRICH ROH, b. Freudenstadt, Wurtemberg, May 
22, 1864 ; R. T. S., G. D. 1883-87 ; U. R. 1887-88 ; p. Dillon, Kan., 1888- 
89; not ord.; student of medicine, Kansas City, Mo., 1889-92; prac. med. 
Elk Creek, Neb., 1892-. 

JOHANNES SCHUFF, b. Worms, Germany, Oct. 27, 1862; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1882-87; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1886-87; ord. Folsomdale, N. Y., 
Sep. 7, 1887; p. Folsomdale, N. Y., 1887-90; Tonawanda, N. Y., 1890- 

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1888 

92; Bridgeport, Conn., 1892-93; Muscatine, la., 1893-97; w. c. Parkers- 
burg, la., 1897-98; p. Topeka, Kan., 1898-1904; s. Newark, N. J. 

Address, 131 Seymour Ave., Newark, N. J. 

FERDINAND GUSTAV WOLTER, b. Mullrosc, Prussia, Aug. 15. 
180U; R. 1'. S., G. D. 1881-87; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1886-87; ord. Vera, 
HI., Aug. 20, 1887; p. Vera, 111., 1887-90; Quincy, 111., 1890-94; Detroit, 
Mich., 1894-97; Cleveland, O., 1897-1900; Jamesburg, N. J., 1900-1905; 
Detroit, .Mich., 1905-1909; Benton Harbor, Mkh., 1909-. 

Address, 309 Pavone St., Benton Harbor, Mich. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Albert Louis Tilgner, b. Friedland, Prussia, Apr. 18, 1853; R. T. S., 
G. D., 1885-87; ord. Hepburn, Pa., Sep. 11, 1887; p. Hepburn, Pa., 
1887-92; St. Paul, Minn., 1892-94; Madison, S. D., 1894-1900; Wausau, 
Wis., 1900-1906; Muscatine, la., 1906-. 

Address, 515 Walnut St., Muscatine, la. 

*Louis Wiesle, b. Wylen, Switzerland, Apr. 13, 1857; R. T. S., G. D. 
1886-87; ord. Coal City, 111., July 31, 1887; p. Coal City, 111., 1887-90; 
Big Stone City, S. D., 1890-93; Winona, .Minn., 1893-97; Eureka, S. D., 
1897-1900; Parkstone, S. D., 1900-1901; Aplington, la., 1901-1904; d. 
Aplmgton, la., April 15, 1904. 

1888 

GRADUATES 

CARL ADOLPH DANIEL, b. Cincinnati, O., Mar. 19, 1861; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1883-88; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1887-88; ord. New Haven, Conn., 
June 26, 1888; p. Watcrbury, Conn., 1888-90; New York City (Harlem), 
1890-96; Rochester, N. Y., 1896-1908; Buffalo, N. Y., 1908-. Author, 
Das Lchen tnit Christo; various tracts and pamphlets. 

Address, 473 High St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

FRIEDRICH HEINRICH HEINEMANN, b. Brome, Hannover, 
Germany, Feb. 3, 1864; R. T. S., G. D. 1883-88; ord. Killaloe, Ont., 
Oct. 18, 1888; p. Sebastapool and Killaloe, Ont., 1888-93; La Crosse, 
Wis., 1893-94; Fairbault, Minn., 1894-1901; Minnetrista, Minn., 1901-. 

Address, St. Bonifacius, Minn. 

DETTMER KOESTER, b. Bremen, Germany, June 13, 1861; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1884-88; U. R. 1888-89; ord. Erie, Pa., June 28, 1889; p. Erie, 
Pa., 1889-92; Cincinnati, O., 1892-95; Milwaukee, Wis., 1895-1900; 
Madison, S. D. 1900-1904; Aplington, la., 1904- 

Address, Aplington, la. 

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1888 

HERMAN LANG, b. Berlin, Ont., Apr. 25, 1865; R. T. S., G. D. 
1883-88; U. R. 1888-89; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1889-92; for complete 
rec, see Eng. Dept. Class of 1892. 

FRIEDRICH WILHELM CARL MEYER, b. Vlotho, Westphalia, 
Germany, July 24, 1862 ; R. T. S., G. D. 1883-88 ; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 
1887-88 ; ord. New Haven, Conn., June 26, 1888 ; p. New Haven, Conn., 
1888-1900; Milwaukee, Wis. (1st ch.) 1900- ; editor, Jugend-Herold, 
1896-1909; Vereins-Herold, 1909-. Author, Neue Lieder. 

Address, 606 Garfield Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. 

FRIEDRICH NIEBUHR, b. Wittengen, Hannover, Germany, Mar. 24, 
1867; R. T. S., G. D., 1884-88; U. R. 1888-89; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 
1889-92; for complete rec, see Eng. Dept., Class 1892. 

Address, 220 E. 118 St. New York City. 

JOHN HENRY PASTORET, b. Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. 10, 1863; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1883-88; ord. Topeka, Kan., July 25, 1888; p. Topeka, 
Atchison and Leavenworth, Kan., 1888-90; Lorraine, Kan., 1890-95; 
Higginsville, Mo., 1895-1902; New York City (Immanuel) 1902-1909; 
Union Hill, N. J., 1909- Address, 122 Morgan St., Union Hill, N. J. 

LUDWIG RABE, b. Starko, Lithuania, Russia, Aug. 10, 1857; R. T. S., 
G. D., 1883-88; ord. Holland, N. Y., Aug. 10, 1888; p. Holland, N. Y., 
1888-91; Buflfalo, N. Y., 1891-93; Town of Union, N. J., 1893-98; asst. 
p. New York City, 1898-1902; p. Union Hill, N. J., 1902-04; New York 
City (Eagle Ave.) 1904-1909; Passaic, N. J., 1909-. 

Address, 25 Sherman, St., Passaic, N. J. 

*JOHN WILHELM SCHAFER, b. Eschbach, Prussia, June 15, 1863; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1883-88; ord. Brenham, Texas, Aug. 2, 1888; p. Bren- 
ham, Texas, 1888-89; d. Brenham, Texas, Oct. 8, 1889. 

ROBERT STRACKE, b. Iserlohn, Westphalia, Germany, Feb. 10, 
1862; R. T. S., G. D. 1883-88; ord. Buffalo, N. Y., Apr. 18, 1888; p. 
Buffalo, N. Y., 1888-90; Cleveland, O., 1890-96; Lorraine, Kan., 1896- 
1909; Chicago, III, 1909- Address, 1725 Burling St., Chicago, 111. 

CLAUS HEINRICH VOIGT, b. Thedinghausen, Braunschweig, Ger- 
many, Aug. 30, 1856; R. T. S., G. D. 1884-88; not ord.; in bus. Atlanta, 
Ga. 

RUDOLPH T. WEGENER, b. Watertown, Wis., Sep. 21, 1862; R. T. 
S., G. D. 1882-88; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1887-88; ord. Dayton, O., July 
6, 1888; p. Dayton, O., 1888-96; New York City (Harlem), 1896-1907; 
Boston, Mass., 1907-1909; Baltimore, Md. (1st ch.) 1909-. 

Address, Patterson Pk. Ave. and Monument St. 
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1889-1890 

SPECIAL STUDENT 

Casper Adolph Rudolph Klitzing, b. Gorlitz, Germany, Aug. 29, 1856; 
K. T. S., G. D. 1887-8S; ord. Voungstown, Kan., Aug. 15, 1888; p. 
Youngstown, Kan., 1888-1890; Fremont, Neb., 1890-92; Atchison and 
Leavenworth, Kan., 1892-95; Bison, Kan., 1895-97; Bethany, Kan., 1896- 
1903; Dickinson Co., Kan., 1903-1905; Alma and California, Mo., 1905- 
1909; Bison. Kan., 1909-. Address. Bison. Kan. 

1889 

GRADUATES 

GUSTAV ADOLPH LUDWIG, b. Meseritz, Posen, Germany, April 
19, 1856; R. T. S., G. D. 1885-89; ord. Leavenworth, Kan., Aug. 1, 1889; 
p. Leavenworth, Kan., 1889-91 ; Allamead, Kan., 1891-94 ; Gaylord, Kan., 
1894-96; Newport, Ky., 1896-99; w. c. Burrell, Va., 1899. 

EMIL H. OTTO, b. New Haven, Conn., Sep. 3, 1853; R. T. S., G. D. 
1885-89; ord. California, Mo., Oct. 28, 1889; p. California, Mo., 1889- 
92 ; Tavistock, Ont., 1892-93 ; Jeannette, Pa., 1893-96 ; Jamesburg, N. J., 
1896-1901 ; w. c. Syracuse, N. Y., 1901-02 ; p. Montague, Mich., 1902-06 ; 
Richfield, Le Roy, and Wayne, Wis., 1906-1909; Faribault and Hampton, 
Minn., 1909-. Address, Faribault, Minn. 

RICHARD AUGUST SCHMIDT, b. Prenzlau, Brandenburg, Prussia, 
March 16, 1865 ; R. T. S., G. D. 1884-89 ; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1889-91 ; 
ord. Hanover, Ont., Feb. 1892; p. Hanover, Ont., 1891-97; IMuscatine, 
Iowa, 1897-1906; Allegheny, Pa., 1906-. 

Address, 3403 East St., N. S., Pittsburg, Pa. 

SPECIAL STUDENT 

Julius Loos, b. Wolfersweiler, Oldenburg, Germany, Sep. 2, 1861; R. T. 
S., G. D. 1887-89; not ord.; editorial staff, Der Scndbote, Cleveland, 
O., 1889-91 ; in bus., Cleveland, O., 1891-92 ; instructor, R. T. S., G. D. 
1892-94; in bus., Syracuse, N. Y., 1894-96; editor, Syracuse Deutsche 
Post, Syracuse, N. Y., 1896-1899; editor, Abcndpost, Rochester, N. Y., 
1899-. Address, 121 Benton St., Rochester, N. Y. 

1890 

GRADUATES 

JOHN BERG, b. Farstenwerder, Taurien, Russia, Mar. 28, 1859; R. T. 
S., G. D., 1883-85; 87-90; ord. Clarion, Kan., May 12, 1894; ev. Men- 

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1891 

nonite Brethren chs. 1890-92; p. Mennonite Brethren Ch., Marion, Kan., 
1892-95 ; p. Ger. Bapt. Ch., Anaheim, Cal., 1895-99 ; Bethel ch., Anaheim, 
Cal., 1899-1908. Address, Readley, Cal. 

*ALBERT HEINZ, b. Priesterburg, East Prussia, Germany, Nov. 12, 
1861; R. T. S., G. D. 1885-90; ord. Folsomdale, N. Y., Sep. 27, 1890; 
p. Folsomdale, N. Y., 1890-93 ; Indianapolis, Ind., 1893-96 ; Minonk, 111., 
1896-1900; S. Chicago, 111., 1900-05; Dallas, Tex., 1905-07; d. Dallas, 
Texas, Oct. 25, 1907. 

JACOB SPEICHER, b. Brooklyn, N. Y., July 27, 1866; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1887-90; U. R. 1890-92; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1892-95; for com- 
plete rec, see Eng. Dept., Class 1895. Address, Kit Yang, China. 

CHRISTOPH JOHANN TIETGE, b. Kusei, Prussia, Germany, Oct. 
20, 1869 ; R. T. S., G. D. 1886-1890 ; ord. Hampton, Minn., Dec. 3, 1890 ; 
p. Hampton, Minn., 1890-93; Clinton, Iowa, 1893-94; Aplington, Iowa, 
1894-97 ; w. c. Rochester, N. Y., 1897-1899 ; p. Passaic, N. J., 1899-1903 ; 
w. c. Rochester, N. Y., 1903-. 

Address, 63 Mt. Vernon Ave., Rochester, N. Y. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Johann Jacob Baasener, b. Horstenbusch, Germany, Jan. 3, 1853; R. T. 
S., G. D. 1889-90; ord. Bay, Mo., Nov. 23, 1890; p. Bay, Mo., 1890-93; 
Strathtay, Ont., 1893-98; Mound City, S. D., 1898-99; Big Stone City, 
S. D., 1899-1901 ; Parkstone, S. D., 1901-03 ; w. c. 1903-. 

Address, Piery, Minn. 

Friedrich Knorr, b. Ehringen, Wiirtemberg, Nov. 25, 1863; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1888-90; ord. Hoboken, N. J., Aug. 31, 1891; p. Hoboken, N. J., 
1890-1901; Meriden, Conn., 1901-1904; Newark N. J., 1904-1909; New 
York City, (Immanuel) 1909-. 

Address, 236 E. 88th St., New York City. 

1891 

GRADUATES 

FRIEDRICH BUERMANN, b. Sattenhausen, Hannover, Germany, 
Oct. 11, 1865; R. T. S., G. D. 1886-91; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1891-93; 
ord .Detroit, Mich., July 13, 1893 ; p. Detroit, Mich., 1893-1901 ; Cleve- 
land, O. (Missionary) 1901-1904; Portland, Oreg. (2nd ch.) 1904- 

Address, 335 Morris St., Portland, Ore. 

CHRISTIAN DIPPEL, b. Spangenberg, Germany, July 2, 1864; R. T. 

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1891 

S., G. D. 1886-91; R. T. S., Eng. Dep. 1891-94; for complete rec, see 
Eng. Dcpt.. Class. 1894. Address, 38 High St., Dayton, Ohio. 

EDWARD JACOB FELLMANN, b. Hanover, Ont., Dec. 27, 1866; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1886-91; not ord.; in bus. Milwaukee, Wis. 

AUGUST PHILIP MIHM, b. New York City, Dec. 14, 1869; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1886-91; U. R. 1891-92; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1892-94; ord. Wil- 
mington, Del., July 12, 1894; p. Wilmington, Del, 1894-99; Brooklyn, 
N. Y., (2nd ch.) 1899-1909; Berlin, Ont., 1909- 

Address, 84 Benton St., Berlin, Ont. 

CLAUS NEVE, b. Schlcswig, Prussia, Germany, Jan. 8, 1866; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1885-1891 ; ord. Bison, Kan., Mar. 21, 1891 ; p. Bison, Kan., 1891- 
92; w. c. Bison, Kansas. 

GUSTAV PEITSCH, b. Arnau, East Prussia, Germany, June 25, 1861; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1885-91 ; ord. Dallas, Texas, Oct. 18, 1891 ; p. Denton 
and Dallas, Texas, 1891-94; Shell Creek, Neb., 1894-95; Concordia, Mo., 
1895-97; w. c. McPherson, Kan., 1898; p. Humphreys, Neb., 1898-1901; 
Hoboken, N. J., 1901-07 ; San Francisco, Cal., 1907-08 ; Bethany, Oreg., 
1908-. Address, R. F. D. 2, Portland, Oregon. 

JACOB PFEIFFER, b. Schaffhausen, Switzerland, July 15, 1868; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1887-91; U. R. 1891-92; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1892-95; 
for complete rec, see Eng. Dcpt., Class of 1895. 

Address, Bridgewater, S. D. 

WILLIAM ADAM SCHON, b. Philadelphia, Pa., May 19, 1862; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1886-91 ; miss. New York City, 1891-93 ; ord. Seymour, 
Conn., April 5, 1893 ; p. Seymour, Conn., 1893-95 ; Waterbury, Conn., 
1895-97; Killaloe, Ont., 1897-1905; Alpena, Mich., 1905-07; Topeka, 
Kan., 1907-09; Arnprior, Ont., 1909- Address, Arnprior, Ont. 

*AUGUST STEFFENS, b. Brunau, Altmark, Prussia, Feb. 3, 1861; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1886-91 ; ord. St. Louis, Mo., June 2, 1891 ; miss. Kam- 
erun, W. Africa, 1891-93 ; d. Victoria, Kamerun, W. Africa, July 4, 1893. 

*PETER H. WEDEL, b. Alexanderwohl, Taurien. Russia, April 19, 
1865; R. T. S., G. D. 1884-85; teacher public school, Lehigh, Kan., 
1885-86; R. T. S., G. D. 1886-91; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1891-92; ord. 
Goessel, Kan., May, 1894; miss. Mcnnonite Brethren (United States 
and Russia), 1892-95; miss. Kamerun, West Africa. 1895-97; d. at sea 
near north coast of Africa, Aug. 10, 1897. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Friedrich David Kuchenbacker, b. Schonau, West Prussia, Germany, 

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1892 

May 14, 1865; R. T. S., G. D. 1886-91; miss, colp., Texas, 1892-9b; s. 
Harwood, Texas, 1895-97 ; ord. Harwood, Texas, Sep. 8, 1897 ; p. Har- 
wood, Texas, 1897-1901; Hurnville, Tex., 1901-02; colp. 1902-04; miss. 
Lavaca River Ass., 1904-06; p. Bevenue, Riverland, Silverhill, 1906- 
08; w. c. and o. s., 1908-. Address, Henrietta, Texas. 

Nicholas Pos, b. Amsterdam, Holland, Nov. 24, 1858; R. T. S., G. D. 
1888-91. 

1892 

GRADUATES 

GEORGE BORNSCHLEGEL, b. Hallstadt, Bavaria, May II, 1864; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1886-92; ord. Arnprior, Ont., Dec. 14, 1892; p. Arnprior, 
Ont., 1892-95; Alpena, Mich., 1895-1900; State Miss., S. D., 1900-02; p. 
Sharon, Minn., 1902-04; Blumfeld, N. D., 1904-07; Bethany, Kans., 
1907-. Address, Vesper, Kansas. 

CARL BRUCKMANN, b. Oberkaufungen, Hesse-Cassel, Germany, 
Nov. 3, 1864, R. T. S., G. D. 1887-92; ord. Atchison, Kan., Mar. 8, 
1893; p. Atchison, Kan., 1892-94; Chicago, 111., 1894-95; engraver, 
Chicago, III, and Kansas City, :Mo., 1895- ; s. Kansas City, Mo. 

Address, 2015 E. 8th St., Kansas City, Mo. 

FRANK S. GOERGENS, b. Konigsberg, West Prussia, Germany, 
May 29, 1864; R. T. S., G. D. 1886-92; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1892-93; 
ord. Polk, Wis., Oct. 10, 1893; p. Polk, Wis., 1893-98; Minneapolis, 
Minn., 1898-1901; State Miss, for Wisconsin, 1901-03; p. Sheboygan, 
Wis. 1903-08; Watertown, Wis., 1908-. 

Address, 214 Division St., Watertown, Wis. 

FRANK KAISER, b. Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. 28, 1862; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1888-92; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1892-95; for complete rec, see 
Eng. Dept., Class of 1895. 

Address, 115 Woodward St., Rochester, N. Y. 

ARTHUR PREISS, b. Albany, N. Y., Aug. 11, 1870; R. T. S., G. D. 
1886-92; U. R. 1892-93; Colg. U. 1893-94; ord. Pekin, 111., Aug. 7, 
1895; p. Pekin, 111., 1895-98; Tariffville, Conn., (Eng. ch.), 1899- ; 
in bus., Albany, N. Y. 

KARL ROTH, b. Bittenfeld, Wiirtemberg, July 15, 1863; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1887-92; ord. Alpena, Mich., July 10, 1892; p. Alpena, Mich., 
1892-93; miss. New York City, 1893-94; p. New York City (Immanuel 
ch.), 1894-99; Wilmington, Del, 1899-1901; miss, to Brazil, S. A., 1901- 
09; p. Linton, N. D. Address, Linton, N. D. 

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1893-1894: 

*THOMAS JACOB SCHAFER, b. Hepburn, Pa., Oct. 15, 1859; R. T. 
S., G. D. 1889-92; urd. Scotland, S. D., Nov. 22, 1892; p. Yankton and 
Scotland, S. D., 1892-95 ; d. Yankton, S. D., Feb. 19, 1895. 

CARL AUGUST SCHENCK, b. Hohenwalden, Pomerania, Germany, 
Feb. 6, IS(A; R. T. S., G. D. 1886-92; miss. New York City, 1892-93; 
ord. Newark, N. J., Sep. 7, 1893; p. Newark, N. J., 1893-1901; New York 
(Ebenezer ch.), 1901-1904; South Brooklyn, 1904-07; Bridgeport, Conn., 
1907-09; Evansville, Ind., 1909-. 

Address, 301 Edgar St., Evansville, Ind. 

WILLIAM J. ZIRBES, b. Rochester, N. Y., Feb. 4, 1860; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1889-92; ord. Sheboygan, Wis., Sep. 1, 1892; p. Sheboygan, Wis., 
1892-97; Cleveland, O., (1st ch.) 1897-. 

Address, 5717 Kinsman Rd. S. E., Cleveland, O. 

1893 

GRADUATES 

JOHANNES GOTTLIEB BAUM, b. Murrhardt, Wiirtemberg, April 
17, 1861; R. T. S., G. D. 1888-93; ord. Folsomdale, N. Y., June 4, 1894; 
p. Folsomdale, N. Y., 1893-97; Arnprior, Ont., 1897-99; Munson, Pa., 
1899-1905 ; w. c. Rochester, N. Y. 

HENRY C. GLEISS, b. Lorena, Tex., Mar. 12, 1870; R. T. S., G. D. 
1890-93 ; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1890-93 ; for complete rec, see Eng. Dept., 
Class 1893. Address, 1726 Concord Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. 

1894 

GRADUATES 

GERHARDT J. DAHLKE. b. Scherdau, South Russia, Dec. 12, 1868; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1890-94; ord. Denton, Texas, Aug. 27, 1894; p. Denton 
and Dallas, Texas, 1894-95 ; excluded. 

*LOUIS GERHARDT, b. Langensalza, Thuringia, Germany, Feb. 19, 
1856; R. T. S., G. D. 1891-94; ord. Syracuse, N. Y., May 19, 1894; p. 
Syracuse, N. Y., 1894-96; Parkstone, S. D., 1896-98; w. c. Parkstone, 
S. D., 1898-99 ; d. Parkstone, S. D., Sep. 6, 1899. 

ABRAHAM JANZEN, b. Fiirstenau, West Prussia, Germany, Oct. 6, 
1851; R. T. S., G. D. 1891-94; ord. Neustadt, Ont., Dec. 5, 1894; p. 
Neustadt, Ont., 1894-97; Peoria, 111., 1897-1901; Louisville, Ky., 1901- 
09; Omaha, Neb., 1909-. Address, 2915 N. 24th St., Omaha, Neb. 

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1895 

HERMANN KAAZ, b. Marienthal, Pommerania, Germany, June 1, 
1866; R. T. S., G. D. 1888-94; ord. Minneapolis, Minn., June 26, 1894; 
p. Minneapolis, Minn., 1894-98; St. Paul, Minn., 1898-1904; Philadel- 
phia, Pa., (1 ch.), 1904-. 

Address, 1544 N. Randolph St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

SOLOMON A. KOSE, b. Elmira, Ont., Feb. 3, 1869; R. T. S., G. D. 

1888-94 ; ord. La Crosse, Wis., Nov. 12. 1894 ; p. La Crosse, Wis., 1894- 
1905; Milwaukee, Wis. (2nd ch.), 1905-. 

Address, 915 North Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. 

EMIL R. SUEVERN, b. Langenholzhausen, Lippe-Detmold, Ger- 
many, June 6, 1865; R. T. S., G. D. 1888-94; ord. Cincinnati, O., Jan. 
10, 1894; miss. Kamerun, West Africa, 1894-98; p. Bethany, Greg., 
1898-1900; miss. Kamerun, West Africa, 1900-09; supt. of missions, 
Kamerun. 1909-. Author, Abriss dcr Glaubcitslcchre (Duala lang.) 
Address, 4 Filanda St., Steglitz, Berlin, Germany. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

R. Karl Hoffman, b. Bobile, Silesia, Germany, Oct. 4, 1856; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1892-94; ord. Leroy, Wis., July 13, 1894; p. Leroy, Wis., 1894- 
96; Manitowoc, Wis., 1896-99; w. c. Milwaukee, Wis., 1899-. 

Jacob Jordan, b. Greetziel, East Frisia, Germany, Oct. 13, 1866; R. T. 
S., G. D. 1892-94 ; ord. Sheffield, Iowa, Mar. 3, 1897 ; p. Sheffield, Iowa, 
1895-1900; State Miss, for Iowa. 1900-03; p. George, Iowa, 1st ch.), 
1903- Address, George, Iowa. 

1895 

GRADUATES 

EMIL BERGER, b. Wiiste Giersdorf, Silesia, Germany, Sep. 29, 1866; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1889-95 ; ord. Meriden, Conn., July 24, 1895 ; p. Meriden, 
Conn., 1895-1901; Jersey City, N. J., 1901-08; La Crosse, Wis., 1908- 

Address, 721 Ferry St., La Crosse, Wis. 

GUSTAV SCHWARZMANN, b. Ingersdorf, Lower Austria, Nov. 23, 
1868; R. T. S., G. D. 1889-95; ord. New York City, May 13, 1895; p. 
Berlin, King Williamstown, S. Africa, 1895-1903; in bus. New York 
City. 

SPECIAL STUDENT 

Benjamin Graf, b. Neufreistett, Baden, Mar. 30, 1865; R. T. S., G. D. 

256 



1896 

1890-95; ord. Cincinnati, O., Aug. 6. 1895; miss. Kamerun, West Africa, 
1896-97; p. Kansas City, Mo., 1897-1905; La Crosse, Wis., 1905-07; 
Chicago, 111., (5th Ave. ch.), 1907-. 

Address, 5th Ave. and 27th St., Chicago, 111. 

1896 
GRADUATES 

THEOPHIL F. BAUMGARTNER, b. Bromberg, Posen, Germany, 
April 16, 1867; R. T. S.. G. D. 1890-96; ord. Watertown, Wis., Sep. 
3, 1896; p. Watertown, Wis., 1896-1900; Manitowoc, 1900-. 

Address, Manitowoc, Wis. 

AUGUST BECKER, b. Loecknicken, East Prussia, Germany, April 
22, 1864; R. T. S., G. D. 1890-96; ord. Brenham, Texas, Oct. 15, 1896; 
p. Brenham, Texas, 1896-98; Greenvine, Texas, 1898—1907; Bethany, 
Oreg., 1907-08; Denton, Texas, 1908-. 

Address, 68 Bolivar St., Denton, Texas. 

*HEINRICH C. ENNS, b. Alexanderkron, Taurien, South Russia, 
July 4, 1870; R. T. S., G. D. 1890-96; ord. Bingham Lake, IMinn., Aug. 
2, 1896; miss. Kamerun, West Africa, 1897; d. Kamerun, West Africa, 
June 25, 1897. 

GEORGE J. KLIPFEL, b. Davenport, Iowa, Dec. 6, 1868; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1890-96; ord. Dayton, O., Nov. 11, 1896; p. Dayton, O., 1896-1909; 
Brooklyn, N. Y., (2nd ch.), 1909-. 

Address, 455 Evergreen Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y, 

JACOB KRATT, b. Trossingen, Wiirtemberg, Germany, Mar. 21 
1865; R. T. S.. G. D. 1890-96; ord. Cincinnati, O., June 18, 1896; p 
Portland, Oregon, 1896 . Address, 267 Mill St., Portland Oregon 

GEORGE A. SHEETS, b. Lycoming, Lycoming Co., Pa., Oct. 8 
1869; R. T. S., G. D. 1891-96; ord. Baltimore, Md.. July 23, 1896; p 
Baltimore, Md., 1896-99: Pittsburg. Pa., 1899-1905; Weston, Mich. 
(Eng. ch.) 1905-1908; Toledo. Ohio. (Ashland Ave., ch.), 1908- 
1910; Kankakee, 111., 1910-. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Friedrich Wilhelm Becker, b. Dreihausen, Hesse, Germany. Dec. 18, 
1864; R. T. S., G. D. 1893-96; ord. Allegheny, Pa., Aug. 9. 1896; p. 
Allegheny, Pa., 1896-99; Albany, N. Y.. 1899-1906; w. c. Brooklyn, 
N. Y., 1907; p. New Britain, Conn., 1907-. 

Address, 246 Maple St., New Britain, Conn. 
257 



1897 

Johann Gustav Draevel, b. Milluhnen, East Prussia, Germany, Dec. 
18, 1867; R. T. S., G. D. 1892-96; ord. Clinton, la., Aug. 16, 1896; p. 
Clinton, la., 1896-97; Concordia, Mo., 1897-1900; St. Louis, Mo., (Eben- 
ezer ch.), 1900-02; Baileyville, 111., 1902-07; Elgin, Iowa, 1907- 

Address, Elgin, Iowa. 

Joseph Schlipf, b. Newark, N. J., Jan. 29, 1873; R. T. S.. G. D. 1890- 
96; ord. Arnprior, Ont., Mar. 26, 1896; p. Arnprior, Ont., 1896-97; 
Leroy, Wis., 1897-98; Wausau, Wis., 1898-1900; w. c. 1900-06; p. 
Hebron, N. D., 1906-08 ; Martin, N. D., 1909- 

Address, Martin, N. D, 

1897 

GRADUATES 

CHRISTIAN ARMBRUSTER, b. Kniebis, Wiirtemberg, Germany, 
Feb. 22, 1872; R. T. S., G. D. 1891-97; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1897- 
98; ord. Denver, Col., Oct. 18, 1898; p. Denver, Col., 1898-1901; San 
Louis Valley, Col., 1901-03; Omaha, Neb., 1903-06; Fremont, Neb., 
1906-09; Cowlesville, N. Y., 1909-10; Buffalo, N. Y. (2nd ch.) 1910-. 

Address, 2499 Best St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

HERMANN VON BERGE, b. Hannover, Germany, Oct. 5, 1871; R. T. 
S., G. D., 1891-97; ord. New Britain, Conn., June 23, 1897; p. New 
Britain, Conn., 1897-1900; Cleveland, O. (2nd ch.), 1900-07; Instructor, 
R. T. S., G. D. 1907-. Author Die Geschichte unsercr Bib el. 

Address, 51 Ericsson St., Rochester, N. Y. 

FRIEDRICH P. KRUSE, b. Kankakee, III., June 29, 1868; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1891-97; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1897-98; ord. Cleveland, O., Mar. 
23, 1899; miss. Cleveland, O., 1898-1900; p. Hanover, Ont., 1900-05; Cin- 
cinnati, O., 1905-10; St. Louis, Mo., 1910-. 

Address, 2627 Rauschenbach Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

WILLIAM KUHN, b. Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 9, 1869; R. T. S., G. D. 
1892-97; ord. Philadelphia, Pa., June 10, 1897; p. Philadelphia, Pa., 
(2nd ch.), 1897- Address, 2340 N. Hancock St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

FRIEDRICH EMIL MULLER, b. Sprindt, West Prussia, Germany, 
Nov. 26, 1868; R. T. S., G. D. 1891-97; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1897-98; 
ord. Rochester, N. Y., May 13, 1898; p. Hebron, N. D., 1898-1901; 
Goodrich, N. D., 1901-08; Sheboygan, Wis., 1908-. 

Address, 1109 N. 10th St., Sheboygan, Wis. 

JOHN ARTHUR PANKRATZ, b. Gnadenheim, South Russsia, Oct. 

258 



1898 

10, 1872; R. T. S., G. D. 1892-97; ord. Hillsboro, Kan, Sep. 23, 1897; 
p. Hillsboro, Kan., 1897-1901; Dillon, Kan., 1901-05; Higginsville, 
Mo., 1905-08; Peoria, 111., 1908- 

Addrcss, 812 Goodwin St., Peoria, 111. 

JOHN H. PANKRATZ, b. Iwcnneka, South Russia, Jan. 14, 1867; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1892-97; miss. Mennonite Brethren chs., 1897-98; sup- 
ply, Allentown, Pa., 1898-99; ord. Mennonite Brethren, Mound Ridge, 
Kan., Dec. 4, 1899; evangelist. Mennonite Brethren, 1899-1902; miss. 
Mennonite Brethren Soc, Mulkapctt Hyderabad, India, 1902-10; on 
furlough in U. S., 1910-. Address, Hillsboro, Kansas. 

WILLIAM F. RAEBEL, b. Tribkewitz, Rugen, Germany, Apr. 19, 
1867; R. T. S., G. D. 1892-97; ord. Rochester, N. Y., May 14, 1897; 
p. Toledo, O., 1897-98; Detroit, Mich., (Ebenezer ch.), 1899-1903; 
Gladwin, Mich., 1903-1906; Omaha, Neb., 1906-1908; Canton, O., 1908-. 

Address, 706 Gibbs St., Canton, O. 

OTTO R. SCHROEDER, b. Schweslin, Pommerania, Germany, Apr. 
7, 1868; R. T. S., G. D. 1891-97; ord. Fremont, Neb., Aug. 10, 1897; 
p. Fremont, Neb., 1897-99; Columbus, Neb., 1899-1901; Chicago, 111., 
1901-3; Racine, Wis., 1903-09; Chicago, 111. (1st ch.), 1909-. 

Address, 749 N. Paulina St., Chicago, 111. 

HENRY JOACHIM SELLHORN, b. Segeberg, Holstein. Germany, 
Sep. 12, 1867; R. T. S., G.D. 1892-97; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1897-98; ord. 
Canton, 0., Oct. 17, 1898; p. Canton and Massilon, O., 1898-1901; 
Elgin, 111., 1901-06; Indianapolis, Ind., 1906-. 

Address, 607 Iowa St., Indianapolis, Ind. 

CORNELIUS WALTHER WALL, b. Blumstein, Taurien, Russia, 
Apr. 9. 1869; R. T. S., G. D. 1892-97; S. B. Th. Sem., Louisville, 
Ky., 1897-1900. 

JOHANNES A. H. WUTTKE, b. Berlin, Prussia, July 1, 1870; R. 
T. S., G. D. 1892-97; ord. Sacramento, Cal., June 20. 1897; p. Hanover 
and Elmwood, Ont., 1897-1900; Bethany, Ore., 1900-06; Tacoma, Wash- 
ington, 1906-. Address, 2007 S. J. St., Tacoma, Wash. 

1898 

GRADUATES 

EMIL H. BROMUND, b. Bromberg, Prussia, June 8, 1866; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1893-98; ord. Leroy, Wis., June 28, 1899; p. Leroy, Wis., 1898- 
1900; pract. med., Duluth, Minn.. 1905- 

259 



1899 

J. PETER BRUNNER, b. Glarus, Switzerland, March 24, 1872; R. 
T. S., G. D. 1892-98; R. T. S., Eng. Dept. 1898-99; ord. Evansville, 
Ind., Sep. 28, 1899; p. Evansville, Ind., 1899-1902; Trenton, III., 1902- 
07; Kyle, Texas, 1907-. Address, Kyle, Texas. 

HARRY DOROTHEUS GOTTLIEB MARSCHNER, b Dresden 
Germany, Jan. 28, 1865 ; R. T. S., G. D. 1894-98 ; ord. New York City, 
July 19, 1898; p. Eagle Ave. ch.. New York City, 1898-1904; St. Paul, 
Minn., 1904-06; Hanover, Ont., 1906-. Author, From Death to Life; 
hj'mn-book: Heimat Glocken. Address, Hanover, Ont. 

CARL F. STOECKMANN, b. Neu Grunau, West Prussia, Germany, 
May 4, 1869; R. T. S., G. D. 1892-98; ord. Sheboygan, Wis., July 12, 
1898; p. Sheboygan, Wis., 1898-1902; Elgin, Iowa, 1902-07; St. Paul, 
Minn., 1907-. Address, 590 Mendota St., St. Paul, Minn. 

EDWARD J. ULMER, b. Anthony, Lycoming Co., Pa., Apr 29, 1875; 
R. T. S., G. D., 1892-98; U. R. 1898-1900; R. T. S. 1903; for complete 
rec, see Eng. Dept., class of 1903. Address, Alexandria, Neb. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Friedrich Herrmann, b. Kattnau, East Prussia, Germany Apr. 8, 1860; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1896-98; ord. Buffalo, N. Y., June 7, 1898; p. Buffalo, 
N. Y., 1898-1901 ; Salem, Ore., 1901-06 ; State Miss., N. D., 1906- 

Address, Dawson, N. D. 

Joseph C. Roeber, b. Jersey City, N. J., Feb. 11, 1875; R. T. S., G. D. 
1892-98; clerk, Rochester, N. Y., 1898-^9; assistant secy., Y. M. C. A., 
New York City, 1899-1901 ; in bus., New York City. 

1899 

GRADUATES 

CARL J. BENDER b. Eschelbach, Baden, Dec. 20, 1869; R. T. S., G. 
D. 1893-99; ord. Buffalo, N. Y., May 23, 1899; miss. Kamerun, West 
Africa, 1899-. Address, Duala, Kamerun, West Africa. 

GUSTAV EICHLER, b. Elbing, West Prussia, Germany, July 5, 
1875; R. T. S., G. D. 1893-99; ord. Dallas, Ore., June 29, 1899; p. Dallas, 
Ore., 1899-1901; miss., Portland, Ore., 1901-04; p. Tacoma, Wash., 
1904-06; Odossa, Wash., 1906-08; Detroit, Mich., (2nd ch.), 1908-. 

Address, 268 Linden St., Detroit, Mich. 

AUGUST HERINGER, b. Catului, Roumania, Nov. 20, 1870; R. T. S., 

260 



1899 

G. D. 1893-99; miss. Roumania, 1899-1900; ord. Anamoose, N. D., 
June 3, 1901; miss, and pastor, Martin, N. D., 1900-05; p. Eureka, 
b. D., 1905-. Address, Box 53, Eureka, S. D. 

CARL HOMANN, b. Harzburg, Brunswick, Germany, June 20, 1870; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1893-99; ord. Chicago, 111., June 15, 1899; miss, and p. 
Chicago, 111., 1899-1906; physician, Emery, S. D. 

FRIEDRICH HUHNS, b. Prekuln-Asitcn, Kurland, Russia, Aug. 2, 
1874; R. T. S., G. D. 1893-99; S. B. Th. Sem., Louisville, Ky., 1899- 
1900; ord. Louisville, Ky., May 20, 1900; p. Lettish Baptist ch., Phila- 
delphia, Pa., 1900-03; Ger. Baptist ch., Houston, Texas, 1903-06; miss. 
Union Ass., Texas, 1906-08; p. Baptist Temple, Houston, Texas, 1908-. 
Address, 15lh and Waverly St., Houston, Texas. 

JULIUS KAAZ, b. Werben, Pommerania, Germany, June 29, 1873; 
R. T. S.. G. D. 1893-99; ord. Tonawanda, N. Y., Aug. 18, 1899; p. 
Tonawanda, N. Y., 1899-1901; North Freedom, Wis., 1901-05; Kan- 
kakee. 111., 1905-. Address, 688 Bourbonnais St., Kankakee, 111. 

JOHN KRAFFT, b. New York City, Jan. 3, 1875; R. T. S., G. D. 
1893-99; ord. Buffalo, N. Y., May 23, 1899; p. Holland, N. Y., 1899- 
1900; New York City (Ebenezer ch.), 1900-01; w. c. St. Louis, Mo., 
1901-03; p. Fremont, Neb., 1903HD5; w. c. Chicago, 111., 1905-09; edi- 
torial staff Anamoose Progress, and s., 1909-. 

Address, Anamoose, N. D. 

CHARLES C. LABORN, b. Michigan City, Ind., Sep. 19, 1870; R. T. 
S., G. D. 1892-99; ord. Anthony, Pa., Nov. 9, 1899; p. Anthony, Pa., 
1899-1902; Folsomdale, N. Y., 1902-05; Neustadt, Ont., 1905-. 

Address, Neustadt, Ont. 

ALBERT LINDER, b. Herzogenbuchse, Switzerland, Jan. 6, 1869; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1893-99; ord. Joliet, 111., June 27, 1899; p. Joliet, III., 
1899-1903; Evansville, Ind., 1903-09; Kansas City, Mo., 1909-. 

Address, 1219 E. 17th St., Kansas City, Mo. 

PAUL C. A. MENARD, b. Baerwalde, Pommerania, Germany, Oct. 
10, 1871; R. T. S., G. D. 1894-99; R. T. S., Eng. Dept., 1899-1900; ord. 
Buffalo, N. Y., May 17, 1900; p. San Francisco, Cal., 1900-02; Mil- 
waukee, Wis., (2nd ch.), 1902-04; Lebanon and Concord, Wis., 1904-. 

Address, R. R. 2, Watertown, Wis. 

GUSTAV MAYHACK, b. Trcblin, Germany, Dec. 4, 1868; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1893-99; R. T. S., Eng. Dept., 1899-1900; ord. Buffalo, N. Y., 
May 17, 1900; p. Alpena, Mich., 190(H)2; Tyndall. S. D., 1902-03; 
Gotebo, Okla., 1903-05; Hillsboro, Kan., 1905-06; Concordia, Mo., 1906-. 

Address, Concordia, Mo. 

261 



1900 

HERMANN POPPKE, b. Reichandres, West Prussia, Germany, Oct. 
31, 1859; R. T. S., G. D. 1893-99; ord. Fairfax, S. D, Oct. 14, 1899; 
p. Fairfax, S. D., 1899-1901; Marion, Kan., 1901-04; Lincoln, Kan., 
1904-06; Quincy, 111., 1906-08; Gregory, S. D., 1908-. 

Address, Gregory, S. D. 

FRIEDRICH J. REICHLE, b. Moeckmuhl, Wurtemberg, July 13, 
1869; R. T. S., G. D. 1893-99; ord. Lebanon, Wis., June 7, 1899; p. 
Lebanon, Wis., 1899-1904; Spokane, Wash., 1904- 

Address, 609 Arthur St., Spokane, Wash. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Johann Heinrich Rexroth, b. Wiirzburg, Germany, Feb. 9, 1864; Mis- 
sions-Seminar at Barmen, Germany, 1885-91 ; ord. Ev. Synod of North 
America, Champaign, III., 1892; p. Ev. Luth. ch., Sidney, 111., 1891-93; 
Van Wert, O., 1893-96; Batavia, N. Y., 1896-98; R. T. S., G. D. 1898- 
99; ord. New York City, Mar. 5, 1900; p. Immanuel ch. (Bapt.), New 
York City, 1899-1902; left Denom., 1902- 

Karl Strelic, b. Zelow, Russia, Oct. 13, 1868; R. T. S., G. D. 1894-99; 
ord. Buffalo, May 24, 1899; p. Polish Bapt. ch.. Pound, Wis., 1899- 
1900; miss, among Poles and Bohemians, Detroit, Mich., 1900-05; 
p. Pound (Polish ch.), 1905-. Address, Pound, Wis. 

1900 

GRADUATES 

RICHARD BLANDAU, b. Konigsberg. Prussia, Sep. 16, 1872; R. T. 
S., G. D. 1894-1900; ord. Springfield, 111., July 1, 1901; p. Springfield, 
111., 1901-02; Pekin, 111., 1902-05; Erie, Pa., 1905- 

Address, 160 West 20th St., Erie, Pa. 

SAMUEL BLUM, b. Eisdorf, Hungary, Aug. 27, 1874; R. T. S., G. D. 
1894-1900; ord. Boston, Mass., June 5, 1900; p. Queensland, Australia, 
1900-03; Boston, Mass., 1903-07; Pittsburg, Pa., 1907-09; Lorraine, 
Kan., 1909- Address, Lorraine, Kan. 

GEORGE FERDINAND EHRHORN, b. Trangstedt, near Hamburg, 
Germany, Mar. 10 1871; R. T. S., G. D. 1894-1900; ord. Detroit, 
Mich., July 27, 1900; p. Detroit, Mich. (3d ch.), 1900-03; Humphrey, 
Neb., 1903-05; Salt Creek, Ore., 1905- 

Address, R. F. D., Dallas, Ore. 

PAUL AUGUST FRIEDERICHSEN, b. Ahrensbock, Holstein, Ger- 

262 



1901 

many, Jan. 5, 1869; R. T. S., G. D. 1894-1900; R. T. S. 1900-01; ord. 
New Britain, Conn., June 3, 1901; p. New Britain, Conn., 1901-06; 
South Chicago, 111., 1906-. 

Address, 3505 E. 107th St., Chicago, 111. 

OTTO EDWARD KRUEGER, b. Kankakee, 111., Sep. 27, 1875; R. T. 
S., G. D. 1895-1900; ord. Madison, S. D., June 7, 1900; Evang., Texas, 
1900-01; p. Blenheim, Queensland, Australia, 1901-08; Rochester, 
N. Y. (2nd ch.), 1909- 

Addrcss, 15 Lansdale St., Rochester, N. Y. 

JOHN F. NIEBUHR, b. Greenville, N. J., April 17, 1873; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1893-1900; ord. Newark, N. J. (Tabernacle ch.). May 18, 1900; 
p. Allentown, Pa., 1900-03; Williamsport, Pa., 1903-06; King Williams 
Town, S. Africa, 1906- Address, King Williams Town, S. Africa. 

HEINRICH WALTER WEDEL, b. Alexanderwohl, South Russia, 
May 30, 1877 ; R. T. S., G. D. 1892-93 ; 1894-1900 ; ord. Geary Co., Kan., 
Oct. 8, 1900; p. Woodbine and Geary Co., Kan.,' 1900-01 ; Dallas, Ore., 
1901-05; Dillon, Kan., 1905- Address, R. F. D. 1, Dillon, Kan. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Christian Bischof, b. Freudenthal, Cherson, Russia, Dec. 28, 1865; R. 
T. S., G. D. 1895-1900; ord. Holland, Minn., Mar. 6, 1901; p. Hol- 
land, Minn., 1900-03; Dangig, N. D., 1903-09; Lind, Wash., 1909-. 

Address, Lind., Wash. 

Edward Wiirch, b. Gnadenthal, Wolhynia, Russia, April 23, 1868; R. 
T. S., G. D. 1894-99; miss. Moisejewka, Russia, 1899-1900; ord. Moise- 
jewka, Russia, 1900; p. ^^loisejewka, Russia, 1900-. 

Address, Post Novograd-Wolhynsk, Govt., Wolhynia, Russia. 

1901 

GRADUATES 

CARL ADOLPH GRUHN, b. near Marienwerther, West Prussia, 
Germany, April 28, 1870; R. T. S., G. D. 1895-1901; ord. Jeannette, 
Pa., Aug. 16, 1901; p. Jeannette, 1901-03; Bridgeport, Conn., 1903-07; 
Buffalo, N. Y. (2nd ch.), 1907-09; Goodrich, N. D., 1909-. 

Address, Goodrich, N. D. 

ELI GEORGE KLIESE, b. Jackson, Wis., May 24, 1874; R. T. S., G. 
D. 1896-1901 ; ord. Tonawanda, N. Y., Aug. 27, 1901 ; p. Tonawanda, 
N. Y., 1901-05; Munson, Pa., 1905-07; Wilmington, Del., 1907- 

Address, 210 E. 5th St., Wilmington, Del. 
263 



1902 

PHILIPP LAUER, b. Steinfurth, Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany, Feb. 
13, 1875; R. T. S., G. D. 1895-1901; ord. Okeene, Okla., July 15, 1902; 
p.'okeene, (Ebenezer ch.), 1902H36; Hillsboro, Kan., 1906-09; Lorena, 
Tex. 1909-. Address, Lorena, Texas. 

JOHN FRIEDRICH OLTHOFF, b. Aplington, la., March 5, 1876; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1895-1901 ; ord. Avon, S. D., Nov. 26, 1901 ; p. Avon, 
1901-06; Cleveland, O. (Erin Ave. ch.), 1906-. 

Address, 2973 West 32nd St., Cleveland, O. 

BENJAMIN SCHLIPF, b. Newark, N. J., Sep. 29, 1875; R. T. S., G. 
D. 1895-1901; ord. Holland, N. Y., Aug. 8, 1901; p. Holland, 1901-02; 
Josephburg, Alberta, 1902-04; Immigration Dept., Canadian Govt., 
1904-05; p. Rosenfeld, N. D., 1905-. Address, Anamoose, N. D. 

JOHANN SCHMIDT, b. Grosswolde, Germany, Jan. 7, 1868; R. T. 
S., G. D. 1895-1901; ord. Baileyville, 111., June 4, 1901; p. Buffalo, 
N. Y. (Ebenezer ch.), 1901-03; Holland, Minn., 1903-07; Medina, 
N. D., 1907-09; Hebron, N. D., 1909-. Address, Hebron, N. D. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Carl Adolph Baettig, b. Biel, Canton Bern, Switzerland, Dec. 4, 1863; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1898-1901; ord. St. Paul, Minn., June 6, 1901; p. 
Morden, Plum Coulee and Gretna, Manitoba, 1901-04; Bittern Lake 
and Wetaskiwin, Alberta, Canada., 1901-. 

Address, Wetaskiwin, Alberta, Canada. 

Friedrich Albert Graner, b. Nuertingen, Wiirtemberg, May 21, 1872; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1894-1900; ord. Stafford, Ore., June 12, 1900; p. Staffora, 
1900-02; Seattle, Wash., 1902-. 

Address, 918 26th Ave., Seattle, Wash. 

1902 

GRADUATES 

WILLIBALD S. ARGOW, b. Albany, N. Y., Jan. 2, 1875; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1896-1902; ord. Hutchinson, Minn., June 25, 1902; p. Hutchin- 
son, 1902-05; North Freedom, Wis., 1905-. 

Address, North Freedom, Wis. 

REINHOLD F. FEHLBERG, b. Treten-Abbau, Pommerania, Ger- 
many, Mar. 6, 1875; R. T. S., G. D. 1896-1902; ord. Buffalo, N. Y., 
May 29, 1902; p. Hurnville, Tex., 1902-03; Gatesville, Tex., 1903- 

Address, Gatesville, Tex. 
264 



1902 

SAMUEL HAEMEL, b. Pittsburg, Pa., March 3, 1874; R. T. S., G. D. 
1896-1902; ord. New York City, Sep. 11, 1902; p. New York City 
(1st ch.), 1902-05; R. T. S. 1907; for complete record, see Eng., Dept., 
class of 1907. Address, Madras, India. 

MAX OTTO LEUSCHNER, b. Muehlberg, Saxony, Germany, Feb. 
19, 1872; R. T. S., G. D. 1896-1902; ord. Kankakee, 111., May 29, 1902; 
p. Waco, Tex., 1902-04; Los Angeles, Cal., 1904-. 

Address, 801 E. Pico St., Los Angeles, Cal. 

*GOTTLOB CHRISTIAN THEODOR SCHAIBLE, b. Thuningen, 
Wurtcmberg, Feb. 23, 1874; R. T. S., G. D. 1896-1902; ord. Philadelphia, 
Pa., May 18, 1902; State miss, for Texas, 1902-06; p. Chicago, 111. 
(1st ch.), 1906-08; Lorena, Tex., 1908-09; d. Waco, Tex., Jan. 26, 
1910. 

WILLIAM MEKKEN SWYTER, b. Emden, East Frisia, Germany, 
Jan. 27, 1870; R. T. S., G. D. 1895-96; 1897-1902; ord. Buffalo, N. Y., 
Sep. 11, 1902; p. Buffalo, N. Y. (2nd ch.), 1902-05; Jeannette, Pa., 
1905-08; New York City (1st ch.), 1908-. 

Address, 334 E. 14th St., New York City. 

WILLIAM L. WAHL, b. Backnang, Wiirtemberg, March 20, 1873; R. 
T. S., G. D. 1896-1902; R. T. S. 1902-03; ord. Germantown, N. D., 
Aug. 31, 1903; p. Germantown, N. D., 1903-. 

Address, Cathay, N D. 

VALENTIN WOLFF, b. Witten, Westphalia, Germany, July 22, 1875; 
K. T. S., G. D. 1896-1902; ord. New York City, July 30, 1901; miss. 
Kamerun, W. Africa, 1902-. Address, Duala, Kamerun, W. Africa. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Adolph Giinther, b. Gliickstal, W'olhynia, Russia, May 1, 1870; R. T. 
S., G. D. 1900-02; ord. Jewell, N. D., Oct. 19, 1902; p. Jewell, 1902- 
03 ; Startup and Everett, Wash., 1903-06 ; Faribault and Hampton, 
Minn., 1906-08; Delmont, S. D., 1908- 

Address, R. F. D., Delmont, S. D. 

David Haemel, b. Pittsburg, Pa., June 5, 1867; R. T. S., G. D. 1899- 
1902; ord. Peoria, 111., June 25, 1902; p. Peoria, 1902-08; Cleveland, O. 
(2nd ch.), 1908- Address, 5515 White Ave., Cleveland, O. 

Edward Kneisler, b. Czarnocic, Poland, Russia, July 18, 1863 R. T. 
S., G. D. 1899-1902; ord. Newark, N. J., June 4, 1902; p. Rabbitt Hill, 
Alberta, Canada, 1902-04; Sebastapol and Lyndock, Oct. 1904-. 

Address, Wolfe, Ontario. 
265 



1903-1905 

Heinrich Herman Neufeld, b. Sparau, South Russia, March 19, 1876; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1896-1900. Address, Hodgeville, Sask., Canada. 

1903 

GRADUATES 

J. FRANKLIN GASSER, b. Honey Creek, Wis., Jan. 18, 1877; R. T. 
S., G. D. 1897-1903; R. T. S. 1903-04; ord. Cleveland, O., Nov. 3, 
1904; miss. Cleveland, 1904-06; p. Bessie, Okla., 1906-08; Trenton, 111., 
1908-09; in broken health. Address, Windsor, Cal. 

EMIL HANKE, b. Buffalo, N. Y., Aug. 30, 1880; R. T. S., G. D. 1897- 
1903; not ord.; attending Colg. U. and Colum. C, 1903-. 

SPECIAL STUDENT 

Henry Schnuit, b. East Frisia, Germany, Oct. 14, 1866; R. T. S., G. D., 
1902-03; ord. Syracuse, N. Y., June 18, 1903; p. Syracuse, 1903-04; 
Anamoose, N. D., 1904-09; Wausau, Wis., 1909-. 

Address, 1212 Sixth St., Wausau, Wis. 

1904 

GRADUATES 

EDWARD NIEMANN, b. Barkehmen, Prussia, Germany, Jan. 27, 
1872; R. T. S., G. D. 1898-1904; ord. Arnprior, Ont., June 26, 1904; 
p. Arnprior, 1904-08; Fessenden, N. D., 1908- 

Address, Fessenden, N. D. 

PAUL ALBERT SCHENK, b. Berlin, Germany, Feb. 25, 1879; R. T. 
S., G. D. 1898-1904; ord. Allegheny, Pa., Nov. 10, 1904; p. Allegheny, 
Pa., 1904-06; Pekin, 111., 1906-08; Quincy, 111., 1908- 

Address, Quincy, 111. 

1905 

GRADUATES 

FERDINAND AUGUST BLOEDOW, b. Kleinsilber, Brandenburg, 
Germany, Oct. 17, 1876; R. T. S., G. D. 1899-1905; ord. Yorkton, Sask., 
Canada, July 25, 1907 ; p. Yorkton, Sask., Canada, 1905- 

Address, Yorkton, Saskatchawan, Canada. 
266 



1906 

FRIEDRICH JOHANN MONSCHKE, I). Louisenwerth, East Prus- 
sia, Germany, Dec. 16, 1877; R. T. S., G. D. 1899-1905; ord. Blue 
Mount, Texas, July 27, 1905; miss. New Braunfels, Tex., 1905-07; 
miss., Cleveland, O., 1907-. Address, 1712 Clark Ave., Cleveland, O. 

FRANZ ORTHNER, b. Screth, Buckowina, Austria, Jan. 14, 1881; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1900-05; ord. Blue Mount, Tex., July 21, 1905; p. 
Seguin and Elm Creek, Tex., 1905-06; Minden and Lowood. Australia, 
1906-. Address, Minden, via Rosewood, Queensland, Australia. 

HUGO FRIEDRICH SCHADE, b. Tippecanoe, Ohio, Nov. 18, 1877; 
R. T. S.. G. D. 1899-1905; R. T. S. 1905-06; ord. Elgin, 111., Aug. 30, 
1906; p. Elgin, 111, 1906-09; Nottingham, Ohio, 1909-. 

Address, Nottingham, Ohio. 

SPECIAL STUDENT 

Thomas Stori, b. Schwandcn, Canton Glarus, Switzerland, Sep. 20, 
1878; R. T. S., G. D. 1899-1904; ord. Concordia, Mo., Sep. 14, 1904; 
p. Concordia, Mo., 1904-05; Hutchinson, Minn., 1905-10; Leipzig, N. D., 
1910-. Address, Leipzig, N. D. 

1906 

GRADUATES 

JOHANNES HEINRICH, b. Berlin, Germany, Sept. 6, 1875; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1900-06; ord. Delmont, S. D., June 17, 1906; p. Delmont, S. D., 
1906-08; Blenheim, Australia, 1908-. 

Address, Blenheim, via Laidley, Queensland, Australia. 

FRITZ KEESE, b. Quackenbriick, Germany, May 22, 1870; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1903-06; ord. Newark, N. J., June 5, 1906; p. Okeene, Okla. 
(Ebenezer ch.), 1906-08; Jersey City, N. J. (Pilgrim ch.), 1908-. 

Address, 3506 Boulevard, Jersey City, N. J. 

JACOB REMPEL, b. South Russia, Jan. 19, 1873; R. T. S., G. D. 
1903-06; ord. Yorkton, Sask., Canada, July 15, 1907; p. Whitemouth, 
Man., Canada, 1906-08; Okeene, Okla. (Ebenezer ch.), 1909-. 

Address, R. F. D., Okeene, Okla. 

FRIEDRICH WILHELM SOCOLOFSKY, b. Dreispitz, Saratov, 
Russia, Oct. 18, 1875; R. T. S., G. D. 1900-06; ord. Tampa, Kan., June 
1, 1906; p. Tampa, Kan., 1906-08; Pound, Wis., 1908-. 

Address, Box 23, Pound, Wis. 
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1907 

JOHANN HEINRICH VOTH, b. Bingham Lake, Minn., Dec. 23, 
1879; R. T. S., G. D. 1903-06; ord. Bingham Lake, Minn., July 5, 1908; 
evangelist, Mennonite Brethren Ch., 1906-08; miss. Mennonite Brethren 
Soc, Mulkapctt, Hyderabad, India, 1908-. 

Address, Mulkapett, Hyderabad, India. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Oskar Autritt, b. Pabianne, Russia, Feb. 19, 1881; R. T. S., G. D. 1899- 
1905; stud. State Normal School, Winona, Minn., 1905-06; p. Winona, 
Minn., 1905-09; ord. Winona, Minn., Aug. 26, 1909; p. Hutchinson, 
Minn. 1910-. Address, 565 E. Mark St., Hutchinson, Minn. 

Franz Balogh, b. Neusatz, Hungary, Oct. 17, 1871; R. T. S., G. D. 
1904-06; ord. Pittsburg, Pa., July 19, 1906; p. Hungarian Bapt. ch., 
Homestead, Pa., 1906-. Address, 149 Fourth Ave., Homestead, Pa. 



1907 

GRADUATES 

JAKOB HEINRICH EWERT, b. Sparau, South Russia, Nov. 15, 
1873; R. T. S., G. D. 1902-07; ord. Mountain Lake, Minn., Dec. 5, 
1909; evangelist, Mennonite Brethren Ch., Manitoba and Nebraska, 
1907-. Address, Mountain Lake, Minn. 

THEODOR FREY, b. Hutchinson Co., South Dakota, July 3, 1878; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1901-07; ord. Portland, Ore., June 21, 1907; p. Lodi, 
Cal., 1907- Address, 323 Elm St., Lodi, Cal. 

FRANZ AARON JANZEN, b. Mountain Lake, Minn., June 30, 1880; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1904-07; ord. Mountain Lake, Minn., Dec. 5, 1909; 
evangelist, Mennonite Brethren Ch., Manitoba and N. Dakota, 1907-. 

Address, Mountain Lake, Minn. 

KARL MICHAEL KNAPP, b. Haelden, Wiirtemberg, Germany, 
Mar. 10, 1877; R. T. S., G. D. 1901-07; ord. Portland, Ore., June 21, 
1907; p. Baltimore, Md. (2nd ch.), 1907-08; Pekin, 111., 1908-. 

Address, 919 Carolina St., Pekin, 111. 

AUGUST ROHDE, b. Okdil, Pa., Feb. 8, 1876; R. T. S., G. D. 1901- 
07; ord. Washita Co., Okla., July 20, 1907; p. Washita Co. (Salem ch. 
and Zion ch.), 1907-. Address, Komalty, Okla. 

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1908 

FRANZ JOHANN WIENS, b. Bradshaw, Neb., June 30, 1880; R. T. 
S., G. D. 1904-07; ord. Henderson, Neb. (Mennonite Brethren Ch.), 
Feb. 20, 1910; evangelist, Mennonite Breth. Soc, 1907- 

Address, Hampton, Neb. 

ERNST WIESLE, b. Joliet, 111., May 30, 1885; R. T. S., G. D. 1901- 
07; ord. Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 10, 1907; p. South Brooklyn, N. Y., 
1907-09; Anaheim. Cal. (Bethel ch.). 1909-. 

Address, Anaheim, CaL 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Hugo Gustav Ekrut, b. East Prussia, Germany, Nov. 9, 1880; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1901-05; ent. German Bapt. Sem., Hamburg, Germany, 1905. 

Peter Cornelius Hiebert, b. Marion Co., Kan., Apr. 5, 1878; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1904-05 ; ord. Hillsboro, Kan., Jan. 12, 1906 ; miss, and evangelist, 
Mennonite Brethren, Ore., 1906-08; prof. Tabor Col., Hillsboro, Kan., 
1908-. Address, Hillsboro, Kan. 

Richard M. Klingbeil, b. Crone, Posen, Germany, Oct. 23, 1880; R. T. 
S., G. D. 1901-05; ord. Killaloe, Ont., June 9, 1906; p. Killaloe, Ont., 
1905-09; Beatrice, Neb., 1909- Address, Beatrice, Neb. 

Heinrich F. Toews, b. Pordenau, S. Russia, Feb. 17, 1879; R. T. S., G. 
D. 1904-06; incapacitated and o. s. Halstead, Kan. 

Address, Halstead, Kan. 

1908 

GRADUATES 

A. ROBERT BERNDT, b. Schwenda, Saxony, Germany, Dec. 6, 1874; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1903-08 ; ord. Elm Creek, Tex., Feb. 26, 1909 ; s. Balti- 
more, Md., 1908-09; p. Elm Creek, 1909-10; Bessie, Okla., 1910-. 

Address, Bessie, Okla. 

OTTO BRENNER, b. Dickinson Co., Kan., Dec. 2, 1876; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1902-08; ord. Geary Co., Kan., June 11, 1908; p. Balgonie, Sask., 
Canada, 1909-. Address, Balgonie, Sask., Canada. 

ALBERT BRETSCHNEIDER, b. Cleveland, O., Feb. 6, 1883; R. T. 
S., G. D. 1903-08; U. of R., 1908-. 

Address, 246 Alexander St, Rochester, N. Y. 

HENRY J. BROWN, b. Mountain Lake, Minn., Dec. 9, 1879; R. T. 
S., G. D. 1905-08; not ord. Address, Mountain Lake, Minn. 

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1908 

GUITHERME BUTLER, b. Kurland, Russia, June 15, 1880; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1903-08; U. of R., 1908- 

Address, 246 Alexander St., Rochester, N. Y. 

JULIUS EHRHORN, b. Tangenstadt, Schleswig, Germany, June 14, 
1874; R. T. S., G. D. 1904-08; ord. Goodwin, Okla., Nov. 7, 1908; p. 
Goodwin, Woodward Co., Okla., 1908-. Address, Goodwin, Okla. 

MICHAEL FABIAN, b. Gyula, Hungary, Nov. 8. 1873; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1904-08; not ord.; miss, among Hungarians in New York City 
and Passaic, N. J., 1908-. 

Address, 334 E. 14th St., New York City. 

BERNARD J. FRIESEN, b. Petersburg, Neb., Oct. 19, 1880; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1905-08; teacher and o. s., Hillsboro, Kan. 

Address, Hillsboro, Kan. 

GEORGE RICHARD KAMPFER, b. Pyrmont, Germany, March 29, 
1881 ; R. T. S., G. D. 1902-08 ; R. T. S. 1910. 

Address, Alvah Strong Hall, Rochester, N. Y. 

HEINRICH OTTO SCHILKE, b. Plock, Russia, July 12, 1879; R. 
T. S., G. D. 1902-08; ord. Wilmington, Del., Apr. 9, 1909; miss, among 
Poles, Philadelphia, Pa., 1908; ib., Wilmington, Del., 1909-. 

Address, 1010 Linden St., Wilmington, Del. 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 



Carl Blome, b. Ash Grove, 111., Mar. 15, 1876; R. T. S., G. D., 1902- 
06; not ord. o. s. Address, Victor, Iowa. 

John J. Franz, b. Sparta, Kan., April 6, 1880; R. T. S., G. D. 1905-1907; 

Abraham J. Heinrichs, b. Hamilton Co., Neb., Oct. 22, 1876; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1905-07; not ord.; miss. Mennonite Brethren Ch., Enid, Okla., 
1907-. Address, 501 E. Maple St., Enid, Okla. 

Heinrich F. Klassen, b. Rosenfeld, Manitoba, May 18, 1880; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1905-07; teacher and o. s., Mennonites, 1907-. 

Address, Langham, Sask. 

Albert Wilhelm Lang, b. Linkenheim, Germany, Aug. 24, 1872; R. 
T. S., G. D. 1906-08; ord. Pittsburg, Pa., June 30, 1908; p. Pittsburg, 
(2nd ch.), 1908- Address, 118 Beltzhoover Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. 

270 



1909-1910 

1909 

GRADUATES 

LUDWIG ADAMUS, b. Rulowitz, Galicia, Austria, Nov. 1, 1881; R. 
T. S., G. D. 1905-09; R. T. S., 1909- 

FRIEDRICH MATSCHULAT, b. Eydtkubnen, East Prussia, Ger- 
many, June 21. 1879; R. T. S., G. D. 1902-1905; 1906-09; ord. Rochester, 
N. Y., May 14, 1909; p. Porto Alegre, Brazil, 1909-. 

Address, Porto Alegre, Brazil. 

ADOLF ORTHNER, b. Storozynctz. Bukowina, Austria, Feb. 16, 
1885; R. T. S., G. D. 1903-09; miss. Kamerun, Miss. See, 1909-. 

Address, Duala, Kamerun, W. Africa. 

CARL FRIEDRICH ZUMMACH, b. Killaloe, Ontario, August 13, 
1881; R. T. S., G. D. 1903-09; R. T. S. 1909-10; 

SPECIAL STUDENT 

Otto Wegener, b. Northeim, Hannover, Germany, July 31, 1875; R 
T. S., G. D. 1907-09; not ord.; Chicago, III. 

UNDERGRADUATE CLASSES 

1910 

Christian H. Edinger, b. Katalui, Rumania, Nov. 12, 1882; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1904-10. 

Peter Geiseler, b. Odessa, S. Russia, Nov. 25, 1882; R. T. S., G. D. 
19{M-10. 

Martin Heringer, b. Rustchuk, Bulgaria, July 16, 1884; R. T. S., G. 
D. 1904-10. 

Hermann Paul Kayser, b. Waldenbuch, Wiirtemberg, German}^ Nov. 
6, 1879; R. T. S., G. D. 1904-10. 

John Leypoldt, b. Allentown, Pa., Mar. 10, 1884; R. T. S., G. D. 1904- 
10. 

Otto Olthoff, b. near Aplington, Iowa. Mar. 15, 1881; R. T. S., G. D. 
1904-10. 

Arthur Albert Schade, b. Morris Co., Kansas, Dec. 5, 1885; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1904-10. 

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1911 

Heinrich R. Schroeder, b. Marion Co., Kan., Feb. 17, 1886; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1904-10. 



Wilhelm Theodor Heitschmidt, b. Lorraine, Kan., Jan. 4, 1880; R. T. 
S., G. D. 1904-08; Bible School, Elim Tabernacle, Rochester, N. Y., 
1908-09. 

Friedrich Mindrup, b. Augustfehn, Germany, April 12, 1871; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1907-10. 

Edgar Carl Steinberg, b. Lorraine, Kansas, Oct. 21, 1884; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1905-08; Bible School, Elim Tabernacle, Rochester, N. Y., 1908-09. 

1911 

Luike Johannes Hemmes, b. Weener, East Frisia, Germany, June 13, 
1888; R. T. S., G. D. 1908-. 

Miloslav Kejr, b. Unter Kamenitz, Bohemia, Feb. 24, 1885; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1906-. 

John Emil Knechtel, b. Hanover, Ont., May 2, 1887; R. T. S., G. D. 

1905-. 

John Heinrich Landenberger, b. Waldenbuch Wiirtemberg, Germany, 
Dec. 9, 1885 ; R. T. S., G. D. 1905-. 

George William Pust, b. Zehrten, Pomerania, Germany, Dec. 11, 
1883 ; R. T. S., G. D. 1905- 

William Edwin Schmitt, b. Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 14, 1884; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1905-. 

Otto Ernst Schultz, b. Flasow, West Prussia, Germany, Sept. 14, 1884; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1905- 



Samuel Blumhagen, b. Roumania, May 7, 1877; R. T. S., G. D. 1907-. 

Wilhelm Heinrich Bunning, b. Ixonia, Wis., May 25, 1880; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1907- 

Johann Burse, b. Banska, Kurland, Russia, June 9, 1864; R. T. S., G. 
D. 1908-. 

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1912 

Stephan Groza, b. Temesvar, Hungary, June 8, 1876; R. T. S., G. D. 
1908-. 

Peter F. Schilling, b. Szemlak, Hungary. Feb. 22, 1880; R. T. S., G. 
D. 1908-. 

1912 

Johann Hams Ansberg, b. Dondangcn, Kurland, Russia, Dec. 15, 1882; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1906-. 

Heinrich Gastav Braun, b. Lublin, Russia, Feb. 11, 1883; R. T. S., G. 
D. 1905- 

Emil Ernst, b. Basel-Stadt, Switzerland, Oct. 18, 1881; R. T. S., G. D. 
1907-. 

Josef Groza, b. Temesvar, Hungary, Oct. 11, 1887; R. T. S., G. D. 
1907-. 

Otto E. R. Hauser, b. Tubingen, Germany, May 11, 1886; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1909-. 

Friedrich Hahn, b. Neu Weissensee, Prussia, Germany, Feb. 26, 
1887; R. T. S., G. D. 1906-. 

Louis B. Holzer, b. Dorrance, Kan., Aug. 19, 1887; R. T. S., G. D. 
1906-. 

August Kramer, b. Obersontheim, Wiirtemberg, Germany, Aug. 6, 
1883; R. T. S., G. D. 1907-. 

Albert Knopf, b. Lublin, Russia, July 22, 1887; R. T. S., G. D. 1906- 

Adolfe Leiter, b. Pascani, Jud. Suceava, Roumania, Mar. 24, 1875; R. 
T. S.. G. D. 1907- 

George Henry Mueller, b. Madison, S. Dak., Sept. 16, 1887; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1907-. 



Abram R. Dyck, b. Kronsweide, S. Russia, Feb. 18, 1884; R. T. S., 
G. D. 1909-. 

John Friedrich Meyer, b. Ihren, East Frisia, Germany, May 24, 1876; 
R. T. S., G. D. 1909-. 

Daniel W. Van Gerpen, b. Florence, 111., Nov. 27, 1872; R, T. S., G. 
D. 1909-. 

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SUMMARIES 

The following summaries seek to give a general view of the main facts 
which are embodied in the foregoing pages. The summaries by classes, 
occupations, denominations and colleges include only the English depart- 
ment, while the summary by countries and the general summary at the 
end include the German department as well. The summaries by classes and 
occupations end with the year 1909, while the others include the undergrad- 
uate classes. In the summary by classes, under the head of matriculates, 
the figures following the plus sign indicate students in the partial course 
during the years 1853-83; students in the English course from 1884-92, 
and special students since 1892. 

SUMMARY BY CLASSES 



Class 


Graduated Matriculated 


Died 


Class 


Graduated 


Matriculated Died 


1851 


6 


6 


5 


1881 


15 


23+7 5 


1852 


14 


14 


13 


1882 


9 


14+10 


1853 


12 


14+1 


13 


1883 


9 


12+6 


1854 


10 


13+3 


13 


1884 


20 


23+4 4 


1855 


17 


22 


17 


1885 


9 


13+5 3 


1856 


14 


15+2 


17 


1886 


14 


18+5 7 


1857 


13 


14+3 


14 


1887 


15 


19+8 4 


1858 


18 


19+4 


19 


1888 


17 


23+7 5 


1859 


12 


13+3 


8 


1889 


14 


18+10 2 


1860 


15 


17 


8 


1890 


15 


17+11 2 


1861 


12 


20+2 


10 


1891 


14 


20+6 2 


1862 


(no class 


graduated) 




1892 


14 


18+5 3 


1863 


17 


20+2 


15 


1892 


13 


13+3 


1864 


12 


15 


8 


1894 


23 


25 4 


1865 


10 


12 


6 


1895 


24 


30+1 3 


1866 


12 


13+4 


8 


1896 


19 


22 1 


1867 


16 


24 


8 


1897 


29 


32+2 1 


1868 


13 


21 


7 


1898 


32 


34 


1869 


10 


10 


3 








1870 


14 


16 


8 


1899 


25 


29 2 


1871 


9 


14+3 


6 


1900 


39 


40+8 1 


1872 


12 


15+5 


8 


1901 


27 


27+4 


1873 


10 


18+4 


3 


1902 


35 


36+3 


1874 


9 


12+4 


5 


1903 


27 


27+2 


1875 


11 


13+1 


4 


1904 


31 


31+2 


1876 


8 


11+5 


5 


1905 


17 


17+4 


1877 


22 


24+4 


8 


1906 


32 


32 


1878 


9 


14+4 


4 


1907 


39 


39+4 


1879 


10 


15+6 


4 


1908 


24 


24+6 


1880 


11 


15+9 


4 


1909 


24 


24+6 1 



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SUMMARY BY DENOMINATIONS. 

Baptist 1359 

Church of Christ 6 

Congregational 14 

Evangelical 1 

Dunkard 1 

Free Methodist 3 

Free Will Baptist 2 

Jew 1 

Methodist Episcopal U 

Plymouth Brethren 1 

Presbyterian 23 

Protestant Episcopal 7 

Seventh Day Adventist 1 

Seventh Day Baptist 3 

Unitarian 3 

SUMMARY BY OCCUPATIONS 

Graduates, English Department, 1851-1910, inclusive. 

Pastors 667 Teachers in academies and pub- 
Missionaries 105 lie schools 24 

Presidents and professors in Journalistic and literary pur- 
colleges and seminaries 65 suits 34 

Secretaries of benevolent and Mercantile and other pursuits 92 

missionary societies 41 

SUMMARY BY COLLEGES 

Acadia College, Wolfville, N. S 39 

Adrian College, Adrian, Michigan 1 

Aintab College, Cilicia, Asia Minor 1 

Alfred University, Alfred, New York 4 

Allegheny College, Meadville, Pennsylvania 3 

Alma College, Alma, Michigan 1 

Amherst College, Amherst, Massachusetts 8 

Aoyama College, Tokyo, Japan 1 

Atlanta Baptist College, Atlanta, Georgia 1 

Attleborough College, Pennsylvania 1 

Baptist College, Lancashire, England 1 

Bates College, Lewiston, Maine 1 

Baylor University, Waco, Texas 7 

Berea College, Berea, Kentucky 1 

Bethany College, Bethany, West Virginia 1 

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Bethel College, Riissellville, Kentucky 1 

Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts 1 

Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine 1 

Brandon College, Brandon, Manitoba 3 

Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island 92 

Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pennsylvania 48 

California College, Oakland, California 4 

Carson and Newman College, Jefferson City, Tennessee 1 

Carthage College, Carthage, Illinois 1 

Central University of Iowa, Pella, Iowa 7 

Central University of Kentucky, Richmond, Kentucky 1 

College of the City of New York, New York, N. Y 8 

Columbia University, New York, N. Y 3 

Columbian University, Washington, District of Columbia 5 

Colgate University, Hamilton, New York 66 

Cornell University, Ithaca, New York 5 

Colby College, Waterville, Maine 25 

Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire 5 

Denison University, Granville, Ohio 100 

Des Moines College, Des Moines, Iowa 23 

Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania 1 

Doshisha College, Kyoto, Japan 1 

Edinburgh University, Edinburgh, Scotland 2 

Ewing College, Ewing, Illinois 2 

Franklin College, Franklin, Indiana 36 

Friends University, Wichita, Kansas 1 

Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina 9 

Georgetown College, Georgetown, Kentucky 9 

Girard College, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1 

Grand Island College, Grand Island, Nebraska 4 

Grand Ligne College, Grand Ligne, Quebec 1 

Hamilton College, Clinton, New York 8 

Hanover College, Hanover, Indiana 2 

Harley College, England 1 

Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts 13 

Haverfordwest College, Haverfordwest, Wales 1 

Hillsdale College, Hillsdale, Michigan 3 

Hiram College, Hiram, Ohio 3 

Hobart College, Geneva, New York 2 

Howard College, Eastlake, Alabama 4 

Hnlmecliff College, England 1 

Indian University, Bacone, Indian Territory 1 

Iowa State University, Iowa City, Iowa 1 

John B. Stetson University, De Land. Florida 2 

Kalamazoo College, Kalamazoo, Michigan 23 

Kenyon College, Gambler, Ohio 1 

277 



Keuka College, Keuka Park, New York 2 

Knox College, Galesburg, Illinois 2 

Lake Forest University, Lake Forest, Illinois 1 

La Grange College, La Grange. Missouri 14 

Lincoln University, Lincoln, Pennsylvania 2 

Macalester College, St. Paul, Minnesota 1 

Manitoba College, Winnipeg, Manitoba 2 

Marietta College, Marietta, Ohio 2 

Maryville College, Maryville, Tennessee 1 

McGill University, Montreal, Quebec 2 

McMaster University, Toronto, Ontario 9 

McMinnville College, McMinnville, Oregon 8 

Mendota College, Mendota, Illinois 1 

Mercer University, Macon, Georgia 5 

Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vermont 3 

Mississippi College, Clinton, Mississippi 8 

New York University, New York, N. Y 1 

Oakland College, Oakland, Mississippi 1 

Oberlin University, Oberlin, Ohio 8 

Occidental College, Los Angeles, California 2 

Ottawa University, Ottawa, Kansas 10 

Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, Ohio 1 

Ouchita College, Arkadelphia, Arkansas 1 

Pacific University, Forest Grove, Oregon 1 

Pomona College, Claremont, California 1 

Polytechnic College, Pennsylvania 1 

Prairie College, Manitoba 1 

Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey 5 

Providence University 1 

Queens University, Dublin, Ireland 1 

Racine College, Racine, Wisconsin 1 

Richmond College, Richmond, Virginia 16 

Ripon College, Ripon, Wisconsin 1 

Roanoke College, Salem, Virginia 1 

Robert College, Constantinople, Turkey 1 

Semple-Broadus College, Mississippi 1 

Shurtlefif College, Upper Alton, Illinois Z7 

Sioux Falls College, Sioux Falls, South Dakota 1 

Southwestern Baptist University, Jackson, Tennessee 1 

Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York 4 

Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut 1 

Tufts College, College Hill, Massachusetts 1 

Union College, Schenectady, New York 15 

University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois 11 

University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio 2 

University of Florence, Florence, Italy 1 

278 



University of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois 1 

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan 6 

University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota 3 

University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska 6 

University of New Brunswick, New Brunswick 3 

University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon 13 

University of Paris, Paris, France 1 

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 4 

University of Rochester, Rochester, New York 371 

University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina 1 

University of South Dakota, Vermillion, South Dakota 1 

University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario 11 

University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia 2 

University of Washington, Seattle, Washington 1 

University of West Virginia, Morgantown, West Virginia 4 

University of Wooster, Wooster, Ohio 1 

Valparaiso University, Valparaiso, Indiana 1 

Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee 1 

Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Indiana 1 

Wake Forest College, Wake Forest, North Carolina 10 

Washington and Jefferson College, Washington, Pennsylvania 1 

Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut 2 

Wheaton College, Whcaton, Illinois 4 

Whitman College, Walla Walla, Washington 1 

William Jewell College, Liberty, Missouri 33 

Williams College, Williamstown, Massachusetts 15 

Yale College, New Haven, Connecticut 12 

York College, York, Nebraska 1 

Number of Colleges from which students have been received .... 135 
Number of students who have been graduated from Colleges .... 1158 
Number of students who have pursued partial courses in Colleges . . 174 



SUMMARY OF THE GERMAN DEPARTiMENT. 

Number of students who have gone out from 1853 to 1910 357 

Number of undergraduates, April, 1910 35 

Total number who have pursued studies up to the date of this publi- 
cation 392 

Average number sent out each year 6 

Number foreign born, including undergraduates 316 

Number native born, including undergraduates 76 

Total number deceased 67 

Number left ministry for other pursuits 45 

Number retired on account of age or sickness 18 

279 



Number concerning whom no record could be found 10 

Number in active service 217 

Number of foreign missionaries 15 

Number in German work outside of America 9 

Number in English pulpits in America 5 

Number who have studied in both the English and the German de- 
partments , n 

Number graduated from both departments 23 



SUMMARY BY STATES AND COUNTRIES 
From which Students have come to the Seminary 



New England States 151 

Maine 22 

New Hampshire 9 

Vermont 11 

Massachusetts 57 

Rhode Island 18 

Connecticut 34 

Middle Atlantic States 753 

New York 549 

Pennsylvania 119 

New Jersey 44 

Delaware 3 

Maryland 5 

District of Columbia 5 

Virginia 22 

West Virginia 6 

Southern States 69 

North Carolina 10 

South Carolina 10 

Georgia 10 

Florida 3 

Alabama 4 

Mississippi 9 

Tennessee 3 

Arkansas 3 

Texas 17 

Central States 521 

Ohio 145 

Indiana 47 

Illinois 95 



Kentucky 
Michigan . 
Wisconsin 
Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missouri . 



18 
51 
34 
27 

52 
52 



Western States . 
North Dakota . . 
South Dakota . . 

Nebraska 

Kansas 

Oklahoma 

Indian Territory 

Colorado 

Oregon 

California 



139 



7 

13 

21 

56 

3 

1 

3 

24 

11 



Mexico 



British Provinces 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Prince Edward's Island. 

Manitoba 

Alberta 

Assiniboia 

British Columbia 



112 



50 
7 
34 
11 
1 
6 
1 
1 
1 



European Countries 

England 

Scotland 



26 



280 



Ireland 3 South America 2 

Wales 1 Brazil 2 

Germany 11 

France 1 Asiatic Countries 5 

Switzerland 1 Burma 2 

Italy 1 Japan 3 

Russia 1 

Turkey 2 



GENERAL SUMMARY 
Nov. 1851-May 1910 inclusive 

Eng. Germ. 

Dept. Dept. Totals 

Students enrolled, Class 1851-Class 1909 inclusive 1328 357 1685 

Graduates, May 1910 28 9 2,7 

Undergraduates, 1909-10 62 26 88 



Totals 1418 392 1810 
Deduct names counted twice 77 



Net total enrollment to May 1910 1733 



Number of Graduates, Class 1851-Class 1909, inclu- 
sive 1094 279 1373 

Number of Special Students, do 234 78 312 



Total 1685 

Deduct names counted twice 77 



1608 



Number of living Graduates, May 1910 821 234 1055 

Number of living Special Students, do 234 65 299 



Total number of Former Students living. May 1910 1055 299 1354 

Number of Former Students deceased 301 67 368 



1722 
Deduct names counted twice 77 



1645 



281 



FOREIGN MISSIONARY STATISTICS 



(For the preparation of these tables the committee are indebted to 
Mr. Charles L. Bromley, of the class of 1911.) 



Africa 

Shermer, Henry B 
Moody, Thomas 
Steffens, August . 
Wedel, Peter H. 
Suevern, Emil R. 
Graf, Benjamin .. 
Enns, Henry C. . , 
Bender, Carl J. . , 
Valentine, Wolff . 
McDiarmid, Peter 
Orthner, Adolph . 



G.D 
G.D 
G.D, 
G.D 
G.D 
G.D 
G.D 

G.D 



Class 
1852 
1890 
1891 
1890 
1894 
1895 
1896 
1899 
1902 
1906 
1909 



Assam 

Clark, Edward W 1859 

Comfort, Milton B 1864 

King, Charles D 1878 

Rivenburg, Sidney W 1883 

Witter, William E 1883 

Mason, Walter C 1902 

Jackman, L. W. B 1904 

Longwell, Robert B 1906 

Rogers, Lewis B 1907 

Burma 

Hibbard, Charles 1852 

Nisbet, John R 1852 

Whitaker, Daniel 1852 

Satterlee, Alfred B 1854 

Watrous, George P 1854 

Jameson, Melvin 1859 

Rand, Stephen B 1869 

Sloan, Will H 1873 

Thanbyah, Theodore 1874 

Freiday, Jacob A 1875 

Lyon, Albert J 1877 

Cochrane, James E 1883 

Cochrane, Henry P 1889 

Warner, Frank E 1889 

Cochrane, Wilbur W 1890 

282 



Term of 

1852-53 

1890- 

1891-93 

1895-97 

1894- 

1896-97 

1896-97 

1899- 

1902 

1906- 

1909- 



1868- 

1866-74 

1878-86; 1892-99 

1883- 

1883-88 

1902- 

1904- 

1906- 

1907- 



Service Died 

Mar. 22, 1869 

July 4, 1893 
Aug. 10, 1897 



June 25, 1897 



1852-66 

1853-55 

1853-57 

1855-56 

1854-60 

1869-89 

1870-76 

1875-78 

1875- 

1877-86 

1877-78 

1886-89 

1889-04; 1909- 

1889-91 

1890- 



Sep. 30, 1887 
Nov. 29, 1906 
Aug. 18, 1857 
July 1, 1856 
June 26, 1894 

Nov. 21, 1893 



Mar. 15, 1878 



1895-01 



Term of Service 

McGuire, John 1891 1891- 

Geis, George J 1892 1892- 

Dye, George R 18';9 1900-07 

Dudley, Howard E 1902 1902- 

Samuelson, Samuel E 1903 1903- 

Richardson, James C 1900 1904- 

Rhodes, Jesse E 1905 1905-08 

Spring, Leo W 1906 1906- 

Herod, Francis C 1907 1908- 

Parish, Merrick C 1907 1907- 

Cope, J. H 1908 1909- 

Chaney, C. E 1909 1909- 

Longley, W. J 1909 1909- 

Chixa 

Telford, Robert 1853 1853-64 

Chilcott, Cyrus A 1864 1864-65 

Kreyer, Carl T 1865 1866-75 

Lisle, William M 1867 1867-69 

Churchill, Marcellus A 1874 1874-77 

McKibben, William K 1875 1875-84; 

Ashmore, William, Jr 1879 1879- 

Gould, Louis A 1879 1888-92 

Hill, George W 1887 1893-95 

Holmes, Thomas D 1893 1893- 

Speicher, Jacob 1895 1895- 

Groesbeck, Adam F 1897 1897- 

Newton, William C 1898 1903- 

Waters, George H 1899 1899- 

McDaniel, Charles G 1900 1902- 

Taylor, Joseph 1901 1903- 

White, Frank J 1901 1901- 

Keen, Charles S 1902 1902- 

Latimer, James V 1902 1904- 

Rawlinson. Frank J 1902 1902- 

McCrea, Tully F 1902 1904- 

Warburton, Stacy R 1902 1902-04 

McKinney, William A 1903 1903-06 

Sallee, W. Eugene 1903 1903- 

Giffin, John H 1904 1904- 

Fraser, Andrew L 1905 1905- 

Lewis, George W 1905 1905- 

Clark, L Brooks 1906 1906- 

Davies, John P 1906 1906- 

283 



Died 



June 6, 1898 
Dec. 30, 1865 



Term of Service Died 

Gates, Wayland D 1906 1907- 

Worley, Lewis E 1907 1907- 

Cherney, J. A 1908 1909- 

India 

Downie, David 1872 1873- 

Newhall, Alfred A 1875 1875-90 

Craig, John 1876 1877- 

Thomssen, George N G. D. 1876 1882-87 ; 1890-95 ; 1899- 

Waterbury, Norman M 1881 1881-86 Nov. 11, 1886 

Silliman, Edward E 1884 1884-89 ; 01- 

Stillwell, John R 1886 1885- 

Heinrichs, Jacob 1889 1889- 

Higgins, Walter V 1889 1889- 

Dudley, Thomas P 1892 1893-99 

Baker, James M 1895 1895- 

Ferguson, William L 1895 1895- 

Curtis, John A 1898 1898- 

Pankratz, John H 1899 1902- 

Elmore, Wilbur T 1900 1900- 

Stenger, Seth W 1902 1902- 

Bawden, Samuel D 1897 1904- 

Haemel, Samuel 1907 1909- 

Voth, John H G. D. 1906 1908- 

Rutherford, Charles 1907 1907- 

rgs, Albert K 1907 1908- , 

Japan 

Dobbins, Frank S 1876 1876-77 ; 1881-82 ' 

Hill, George W 1887 1895- 

Taft, George W 1889 1889-97 

Topping, Henry 1892 1895- 

Chiba, Yugora 1898 1898- 

Tenny, Charles B 1900 1900- 

Axling, William 1901 1901- 

Philippines 

Finlay, George E 1901 1901-04 

Maxfield, Chester L 1904 1904- 

Brazil 

Deter, Arthur B 1901 

Total, 103; dead, 14; in active service, 41; under appointment, from 

the English Department, Messrs. Barss, Cressy, Fowle, Kampfer, Ross, 
Streeter, and from the German Department, Messrs. Kayser and Wiens. 

284 



THE SOCIETY OF ALUMNI. 



The Society of Alumni was organized in 1855, "to promote the mutual 
acquaintance and brotherly love of its members ; to aid them in the perform- 
ance of the duties of the Christian ministry ; and to increase their interest 
in theological study." For many years the society has provided for an an- 
nual oration. The following list includes the names of all the officers of 
the society so far as the records have been preserved, with their respective 
terms of service. 



Term of 
Service 

1855-56 
1855-57 
1857-60 
1860-61 
1867-68 
1868-69 
1870-71 
1871-72 
1872-73 
1873-74 
1874-75 
1875-76 
1876-77 
1877-78 
1878-79 
1879-80 
1880-81 
1881-82 
1882-83 
1883-84 
1884-85 
1885-86 
1886-87 



PRESIDENTS 




Term of 




Service 


Charles Keyser 


1887-88 


George Johnson 


1888-89 


Charles Keyser 


1889-90 


J. Byington Smith 


1890-91 


George W. Northrup 


1891-92 


Augustus H. Strong 


1892-93 


Lemuel Moss 


1893-94 


Adolphus J. F. Behrends 


1894-95 


J. Ward Burt Clark 


1895-96 


George W. Northrup 


1896-97 


Norman Fox 


1897-98 


John H. Castle 


1898-99 


Cephas B. Crane 


1899-00 


Henry L. Morehouse 


1900-01 


Wayland Hoyt 


1901-02 


Edgar J. Goodspeed 


1902-03 


Charles D. Bridgman 


1903-04 


Robert S. MacArthur 


1904-05 


Jesse B. Thomas 


1905-06 


Albert Coit 


1906-07 


Samuel W. Duncan 


1907-08 


Robert J. Adams 


1908-09 


Benjamin D. Marshall 


1909-10 



John H. Griffith 
Galusha Anderson 
Charles E. Hewitt 
Adin A. Kendrick 
Lathan A. Crandall 
Phillip W. Bickei 
Robert B. Hull 
Adelbert S. Coats 
Alonzo K. Parker 
James M. Bruce 
Adoniram J. Padelford 
William C. P. Rhoades 
John H. Mason 
Orrin P. Gifford 
Edwin P. Farnham 
Cortland Myers 
Clarence A. Barbour 
Johnson Myers 
Gershom M. Peters 
Philip S. Evans 
Arthur B. Chaflfee 
Jacob Heinrichs 
Thomas J. Villers 



FIRST VICE PRESIDENTS 



1855-56 Samuel T. Livermore 1860-61 

1856-57 Henry M. Richardson 1867-68 

1857-58 John H. Castle 1868-69 

1858-59 William D. Hedden 1870-71 

1859-60 Charles D. Bridgman 1871-72 

285 



George W. Clark 
Benjamin D. Marshall 
Charles D. Bridgman 
Adolphus J. F. Behrends 
Volney A. Sage 



1872-73 Robert S. MacArthur 1892-93 

1873-74 George W. Clark 1893-94 

1874-75 Cephas B. Crane 1894-95 

1875-76 Andrew L. Freeman 1895-96 

1876-77 Galusha Anderson 1896-97 

1877-78 Gershom M. Peters 1897-98 

1878-79 Samuel W. Duncan 1898-99 

1879-80 William P. Hellings 1899-00 

1880-81 Volney A. Sage 1900-01 

1881-82 Cephas B. Crane 1901-02 

1882-83 George O. King 1902-03 

1883-84 Galusha Anderson 1903-04 

1884-85 William C. P. Rhoades 1904-05 

1885-86 Philip S. Evans 1905-06 

1886-87 Edward G. Taylor 1906-07 

1887-88 John H. Mason 1907-08 

1888-90 Andrew Murdoch 1908-09 

1890-91 Willard H. Robinson 190^10 

1891-92 Charles E. Smith 



Edwin P. Farnham 
Wallace Buttrick 
Charles E. Bascom 
Elias H. Johnson 
Thomas S. Barbour 
Cornelius S. Savage 
John H. Mason 
Clarence A. Barbour 
Elias J. Foote 
Cornelius S. Savage 
Gottlob Fetzer 
Charles E. Bascom 
Joseph Weston 
Franklin G. McKeever 
David L. Jamison 
Frank Kaiser 
H. Clay Peepels 
Jonathan D. Merrell 



SECOND VICE PRESIDENTS 



1855-56 John H. Castle 1887-88 

1856-57 Washington Barnhurst 1888-89 

1857-58 Augustus H. Lung 1889-90 

1858-60 George S. Chace 1890-91 

1860-61 Robert J. Adams 1891-92 

1867-68 George S. Chace 1892-93 

1868-69 Wayland Hoyt 1893-94 

1870-71 Volney A. Sage 1894-95 

1871-72 Benjamin O. True 1895-96 

1872-73 J. Byington Smith 1896-97 

1873-74 Ebenezer Nesbit 1897-98 

1874-75 Robert S. MacArthur 1898-99 

1875-76 Philip L. Jones 1899-{X) 

1876-77 Gershom M. Peters 1900-01 

1877-78 Alonzo K. Parker 1901-02 

1878-79 Benjamin O. True 1902-03 

1879-80 Shadrach Washington 1903-04 

1880-81 Frederick Clatworthy 1904-05 

1881-82 Thomas S. Barbour 1905-06 

1882-83 Benjamin O. True 1906-07 

1883-84 James M. Taylor 1907-08 

1884-85 Edwin P. Farnham 1908-09 

1885-86 Albert H. Newman 1909-10 

1886-87 William Elgin 

2S6 



David R. Watson 
Francis H. Rowley 
Wallace Buttrick 
Frank S. Dobbins 
Robert M. Martin 
Benjamin D. Hahn 
Lewis Halsey 
Charles H. Pendleton 
George B. Foster 
Julius C. Grimmell 
Claiborne M. Hill 
Gottlob Fetzer 
Milton W. Covell 
Ruben E. Burton 
William E. Loucks 
John McGuire 
Martin W. Twing 
H. Wyse Jones 
Gustavus A. Schneider 
Gustavus A. Schneider 
Frank W. Padelford 
Hugh A. Heath 
Frank Kaiser 



THIRD VICE PRESIDENTS 



1855-56 Charles C. Norton 1887-88 

1856-57 James V. Schofield 1888-89 

1857-58 Edgar J. Goodspccd 1889-90 

1858-60 Galusha Anderson 1890-91 

1860-61 Melvin Jameson 1891-92 

1867-68 Edward G. Taylor 1892-94 

1868-69 Thomas W. Goodspeed 1894-95 

1870-71 Wayland R. Benedict 1895-96 

1871-72 Jacob S. Gubelmann 1896-97 

\9,72-72> James Goodman 1897-98 

1873-74 Samuel W. Duncan 1898-99 

1874-75 Elias H. Johnson 1899-00 

1875-76 John S. Holmes 1900-01 

1876-77 George O. King 1901-02 

1877-78 William Elgin 1902-03 

1878-79 William C. Richmond 1903-05 

1879-80 Volney A. Sage 1904-05 

1880-81 Elias H. Johnson 1905-06 

1881-82 Lewis Halsey 1906-07 

1883-84 Willard H. Robinson 1907-08 

1884-85 Forrest A. Marsh 1908-09 

1885-86 Clark O. Maltby 1909-10 

1886-87 John H. Mason 



Wallace Buttrick 
Curtis B. Parsons 
Walter Rauschenbusch 
Albert J. Ramaker 
Frank T. Latham 
Clarence A. Barbour 
Martin W. Twing 
Jacob S. Gubelmann 
Hermann M. Schaeffer 
Thomas J. Villers 
Albert B. Sears 
Boardman B. Bosworth 
Augustine S. Carman 
Henry Clarke 
William L. Ferguson 
William B. Wallace 
James M. Baker 
Paul Hayne 
Carl A. Daniel 
Paul Hayne 
David L. Jamison 
John L. Cann 



RECORDING SECRETARIES 



1855-56 William W. Allen 1872-73 

1856-58 Benjamin D. ^Marshall 1873-76 

1858-61 George W. Northrup 1876-88 

1867-71 Elias J. Foote 1888-97 

1871-72 Adoniram J. Sage 1897- 



William Elgin 
Henry L. Morehouse 
Adoniram J. Barrett 
Henry C. Peepels 
Albert J. Ramaker 



CORRESPONDING SECRETARIES. 



1855-56 J. Byington Smith 1873-78 

1856-57 Andrew L. Freeman 1878-79 

1857-59 J. Byington Smith 1879-81 

1859-60 John H. Castle 1881-92 

1860-61 W'illiam P. Everett 1892-95 

1867-68 Forrest F. Emerson 1895-97 

1868-71 Eben L. Little 1897-09 

1871-73 J. Byington Smith 1909- 

287 



William C. Wilkinson 
Charles J. Baldwin 
Albert H. Newman 
Adelbert S. Coats 
Walter R. Betteridge 
Albert J. Ramaker 
Walter R. Betteridge 
John H. Mason 



TREASURERS 



1855-56 


George S. Chace 


1879-81 


1856-57 


Ebenezer Nisbet 


1881-83 


1857-58 


George M. Condron 


1883-86 


1858-61 


Ebenezer Nisbet 


1886-88 


1867-70 


Ebenezer Packwood 


1888-89 


1870-71 


Thomas J. Morgan 


1889-91 


1871-72 


Albert Coit 


1891-95 


1872-73 


George 0. King 


1895-97 


1873-76 


Curtis B. Parsons 


1897-07 


1876-79 


Andrew L. Freeman 


1907- 
ORATORS 



Thomas S. Barbour 
Reuben E. Burton 
Frank L. Wilkins 
Donald Grant 
James TenBroeke 
Ralph W. Lowe 
Josiah R. Henderson 
Lewis Kaiser 
Herbert S. Johnson 
Carl A. Daniel 



This list contains the names of the men who have actually served as ora- 
tors of the society during the anniversary week, with the year in which 
they performed their service. 



1868 Augustus H. Strong 1887 

1872 Justin D. Fulton 1888 

1873 William C. Wilkinson 1889 

1874 Cephas B. Crane 1890 

1875 James V. Schofield 1891 

1876 Edward G. Taylor 1892 

1877 J. W. B. Clark 1893 

1878 Thomas J. Morgan 1894 

1879 Joseph F. Elder 1895 

1880 Samuel W. Duncan 1896 

1881 In accordance with a resolu- 1897 

tion passed at the meeting 1898 

in 1880 instead of a single 1899 

address short addresses 1900 

were given by Robert S. 1901 

MacArthur, James P. 1902 

Thoms, Charles E. Hiscox, 1903 

James W. Riddle, and Will 1904 

H. Sloan. 1905 

1882 Charles E. Bascom 1906 

1883 Charles E. Smith 1907 

1884 William P. Hellings 1908 

1885 Philip A. Nordell 1909 

1886 Charles D. Morris 1910 



James M. Bruce 
William C. P. Rhoades 
Elias H. Johnson 
Willard H. Robinson 
Thomas S. Barbour 
Henry L. Morehouse 
Charles J. Baldwin 
William F. Taylor 
Ernest D. Burton 
John H. Mason 
Albert H. Newman 
Theodore E. Busfield 
Benjamin D. Hahn 
James M. Taylor 
Edwin P. Farnham 
Walter Rauschenbusch 
John F. Genung 
Francis H. Rowley 
Thomas J. Villers 
Robert S. MacArthur 
Cornelius S. Savage 
Daniel T. Denman 
William A. Stanton 
J. Vanor Gaston 



288 



INDEX OF STUDENTS. 



Names. Class. Page. 

Abbott 

Augustus Levi 1883 108 

Adams 

Floyd Holden 1897 159 

Henry Brewster 1902 183 

Myron Eugene 1901 179 

Robert John 1855 19 

*Silas Hobart 1870 65 

Adamus 

Ludwig 1911 219 

G. D. 1909 271 

Adkins 

*Frank 1866 51 

Agate 

Herbert 1891 137 

Albert 

Jacob 1875 81 

G. D. 1871 232 

Lynn Binkley 1886 116 

Allen 

Francis King 1912 220 

Frederick William 1898 164 

Garrett Leroy 1897 159 

George 1854 18 

nVilliam Woodworth ...1855 20 

Ames 

*John Fremont 1890 133 

Anderson 

Andrew Freeman 1902 187 

Galusha 1856 23 

Samuel Duff 1901 179 

Samuel Henry 1876 81 



Names. 



Class. Pagd 



Anguera 

Herman K. C. de 1909 210 

Ansberg 

John H G. D. 1912 273 

Anschuetz 

Edward J. T. ...G. D. 1882 243 
Anthony 

Eugene 1892 144 

William Linn 1872 71 

Appel 

William 1881 101 

G. D. 1879 240 
Appleton 

James Hervey 1864 47 

Archibald 

Adoniram Judson 1900 173 

William Laird 1896 155 

Argow 

Christian F. W...G. D. 1868 231 

Willibald S G. D. 1902 264 

Armbruster 

Christian 1900 178 

G. D. 1897 258 
Armstrong 

Edward 1909 212 

Arnold 
*Francis Eugene 1877 84 

Fred Gola 1912 219 

Ashmore 
*Frank Sanderson 1878 90 

William 1879 91 

Ashton 

James Maxwell 1892 141 



289 



Names. Class. Page. 

Atchison 

*George Altidore 1877 84 

Atkinson 

Arthur Wellesley 1902 183 

Atwater 

Carlton William 1910 213 

AUCH 

*Johann Heinrich G. D. 1862 226 

AULICK 

*Henry Pemberton 1895 151 



Names. Class. Page. 

AUSTERMUHL 

*Edward G. D. 1862 225 

AUTRITT 

Oscar G. D. 1906 268 

Avery 
Wm. Henry Harrison . . 1879 92 

AXLING 

William 1901 179 

Ayres 
Jesse Isaac 1890 136 



B. 



Baasener 

Johann Jacob . .. .G. D. 1890 252 
Babcock 

*Augustus Rogers 1883 108 

Charles Avery 1883 108 

*DeGrand Deloss 1881 101 

Bachelor 

Frank Bruce 1907 202 

Backus 

*Truman Jay 1867 56 

Bacon 

*Joseph Niles 1884 109 

Walter Valentine 1901 179 

Bacone 

*Almon Clematus 1860 38 

Baettig 

Carl Adolph ....G. D. 1901 264 
Bagley 

*Henrie Sargent 1880 95 

Bailey 

David Judson 1884 109 

*Edward L 1854 18 

Gilbert Ellis 1880 97 

*Joseph Albert 1851 11 

Ward Elmer 1912 219 

Bainbridge 

William Folwell 1865 49 

Baker 

*AbijahL 1864 47 

Gordon Harrington 1907 202 

George Randolph 1899 169 

James Millard 1895 151 



Baldwin 

Arthur Charles 1900 173 

Charles Jacobs 1868 58 

George Colfax, Jr 1881 101 

Balogh 
Franz G. D. 1906 268 

Barbour 

Clarence Augustus 1891 137 

John Baptiste 1896 155 

Thomas Seymour 1877 84 

Bardsley 

George Milton 1906 198 

Barker 
William Hiram 1892 144 

Barlow 
Nathan Pratt 1868 58 

Barnard 
*John 1864 48 

Barnhurst 
*Washington 1853 14 

Barnum 
Elmer Grant 1900 173 

Barrelle 
*Almond 1863 43 

Barrett 
*Adoniram Judson 1876 82 

Barss 

Gordon Payzant 1910 213 

Harold de Blois 1911 217 

*Walter 1884 109 

Barto 

*Charles Henry 1867 54 



290 



Names. Class. Page. 

Barwise 

Charles Arthur 1910 214 

Bascom 

*Charles Edwin 1870 63 

Basten 

William Frederick 1868 58 

Bates 

♦Albert Edward 1895 154 

Jerome Payne 1872 220 

Stuart Samuel 1881 98 

Baum 

Johannes Gottlieb. G. D. 1893 255 
Baumgartner 

Theophil F G. D. 1896 257 

Bawden 

Harry Heath 1898 164 

Samuel Day 1897 159 

Eavliss 

Edward Lewis 1905 196 

Baylor 

William Henry 1891 140 

Bauknight 

Pinckney Milton 1904 192 

Beaven 

Albert William 1909 210 

Beaver 

Adam Howard 1886 116 

Becker 

August G. D. 1896 257 

Frederick William 1882 104 

*Frederich Wilhelm .... 

G. D. 1881 241 
Johann Karl H. . .G. D. 1874 235 

♦Justus G. D. 1865 228 

♦Samuel G. D. 1875 236 

Beckley 

♦John T ; 1870 63 

Beck WITH 

Irving Judson 1907 202 

Beebe 

Cornelius 1912 219 

Elbert George 1910 214 

Beeman 
Hulbert Grant 1898 164 



291 



Names. Class. Page. 

Behrends 

♦Adolphus Julius F 1865 49 

Bell 

Jonathan Edwards 1866 53 

Bellamy 

Francis 1879 92 

♦Joseph R 1859 33 

Bellondi 

Ariel Berechia 1897 163 

Bender 

Carl J G. D. 1899 260 

Benedict 

Wayland Richardson ...1870 63 
Bennett 

Elbert Rawson 1877 84 

Benson 

George Gilbert 1877 88 

Benton 

Allen Richardson 1856 25 

Kendrick William 1864 47 

Bentzien 

John 1895 151 

Berg 

John G. D. 1890 251 

Berge 

Hermann von ...G. D. 1897 258 
Berger 

Emil G. D. 1895 256 

Julius Jacob G. D. 1883 244 

Bernauer 

Francis Stephen 1905 196 

Berndt 

August Robert . .G. D. 1908 269 

Frederick G. D. 1876 237 

Berneike 

John Gerhardt ...G. D. 1881 242 
Bethel 

Howard Leroy 1911 217 

Betteridge 

Walter Robert 1891 138 

BiCKEL 

Phillip 1855 20 

G. D. 1855 223 

BiDWELL 

Charles Knowles 1900 178 



Names. 

Bill 
Ingram Ebenezer, 

BiSCHOFF 

Christian 

Bishop 

Frank Elmer . . . 
Black 

Adam Lawrence 

John Gordon . . . 
Blandau 

Richard 

Bloedow 

Ferdinand August 
Blome 

Karl 

Blood 

Horace Benjamin 
Blum 

Samuel 

Blumhagen 

Samuel , 

Boardman 

Wallace Selden . 

BODENBENDER 

*Conrad , 

BOGGS 

Albert McKenzie 

BOLGER 

Thomas Johnson 

BOLLEN 

Marion E 

Bolter 
August 



Class. Page. 

Jr. ..1897 159 

G. D. 1900 263 

1904 192 



.1904 192 
.1910 216 



G. D. 1900 262 

.G. D. 1905 266 

G. D. 190S 270 

1904 192 

G. D. 1900 262 

G. D. 1911 272 

1904 192 

G. D. 1856 223 

1907 206 

1910 210 

1911 217 



1882 104 

G. D. 1S81 242 



Bon HAM 
Charles Lane . . . 

BORNSCHLEGEL 

George 

Bos WELL 

Jesse 

BOSWORTH 

Boadman Birney 

BOUGHTON 

Fred Grant 



1893 145 

G. D. 1892 254 

1880 95 

1895 151 



,1897 159 



Names. Class. Page. 

BOVELL 

Thomas Scott 1882 104 

BOVINGTON 

David 1908 207 

EOWEN 

*Daniel 1858 28 

BOWYER 

Samuel Herschel 1890 134 

Braden 

Bayard Blaine 1907 202 

Brandt 

Henry 1897 159 

Brasted 

Bethucl Hedden 1866 51 

Br.-\un 

Heinrich G G. D. 1912 273 

Brauns 

August Frederich.G. D. 1886 247 
Brelsford 

^lillard 1900 174 

Bremmer 

Harry Mortimer 1909 210 

Brenner 

Otto Wilhclm ...G. D. 1908 269 
Bretschxeider 

Albert G. D. 1908 269 

Bridgm.\n 

*Charles Dewitt 1857 26 

Brierly 

Samuel Baxter 1878 90 

Brink 

Clark Mills 1882 102 

Bristol 

Homer Culver 1878 89 

Brittain 

James Henry 1867 54 

Bromley 

Charles Lucas 1911 217 

Bromund 

Emil H G. D. 1898 259 

Bronson 

Berton Frederic 1909 21 1 

Brooks 
nVillis Homer 1892 141 



292 



Names. Class. Page. 

B ROUGHER 

James Whitconib 1894 147 

Brown 

Alanson Watson 1906 198 

Arthur Polk 1889 133 

Charles Sumner 1893 145 

Dwight Parley 1890 136 

Edwin Ransom 1907 202 

Harvey Dee 1895 152 

Heinrich J G. D. 1908 269 

James Madison 1909 211 

John Richard 1895 152 

Marcus Julian 1894 147 

Paul 1905 196 

Rolla Earl 1907 203 

*Samuel Emmons 1873 220 

Browning 

Aquiila Elmer 1911 217 

Bruce 

James Manning 1873 72 

John 1854 18 

Bruckm.snn 

Carl G. D. 1892 254 

Bruner 

Frederick Aug 1906 198 

Brunner 

Johannes Peter 1901 183 

G. D. 1898 260 

BUCHHOLZ 

Herman Charles 1889 129 

BUENNING 

Wilhelm Heinrich. G. D. 1911 272 



Names. Class. Page. 

BUERMANN 

Frederick 1894 151 

G. D. 1891 252 

BURDICK 

*CharIes Rollin 1858 29 

♦Stephen 1858 Z2 

BURKETT 

Jacob Coonce 1887 122 

Burns 

♦William Treat 1874 75 

Burr 

Charles Ernest 1895 155 

♦Erastus Hamilton 1851 11 

♦Everett Doughty 1887 123 

BURRILL 

Charles Henry 1912 220 

BURRINGTON 

♦Henry Hudson 1855 20 

BURRITT 

Olin Howard 1893 147 

Burrows 

♦Christopher Columbus ..1868 60 
Burse 

Johann G. D. 1911 272 

Burton 

Ernest DeWitt 1882 103 

Ruben E 1876 83 

BUSFIELD 

Theodore Elmer 1883 106 

Butler 

Francis Frutchey 1898 164 

Guitherme G. D. 1908 270 

Waldo Sylvenus 1912 220 

BUTTRICK 

Wallace 1883 106 



Calloway 
William 1907 203 

Calvin 

Perry Sylvester 1897 163 

Cameron 
Alexander 1864 47 



Campbell 

Frederick 1880 97 

♦Thomas Philpot 1852 12 

Canine 

William Peter 1899 169 

Cann 

John Lewis 1894 148 



293 



Names. Class. 1 

CArKRTOPi 

^Alexander Colton 1858 

Cardek 

Eiigono Clayton 1910 

Carey 

*Gco. MontgoinciT West. 1858 
Carman 

AiiRiistinc Spencer 1885 

David I'.wart 1902 

John Calvin 1888 

Raymond Spencer 1911 

Carpenter 

*Elislia Manning 1860 

Cakv 

Ferdinand E 18()1 

Case 

*Sanuiel Stuart 1888 

Cassidy 

Geo. Washington 1808 

Castle 

*John Harvard 1853 

Catiiek 

Flavins Josopluis 1859 

Caul 

Archie Wells 1900 

Chace 

*George Sheppard 1854 

Chakkkk 

Artinu- P.illings 1879 

Harold Futnani 1907 

CHAMIUCKLIN 

Harric Rogers 1904 

Chambers 
Tileston iM-aoker 1894 

ClIANEY 

Clarence Edward 1909 

Chateu, 

♦Frederic Leonard 1864 

Chapman 

Adclbert 1887 

Howard Knfus 1897 

Chase 

John Nelson 18()0 

Cheeseman 
*Eugcne 1875 



'age. 


Natncs. 

Chekney 


Class. ] 


'age. 


29 


John Anthony 

Chiba 


..1908 


207 


214 


Yugoro 

Chilcott 


. . 1898 


165 


29 


""Cyrus Amanzel 

Child 


. . 1864 


47 


lU 


*lncrease 


. . 1864 


47 


183 


Chipman 






124 
219 


Owen Nott 

William Pendleton ... 


..1896 
. . 1878 


156 
90 


36 


Chipp 






William DeGrofT 


. . 1898 


165 


41 


ClIITTUM 






Roscoc Slcnson 


. . 1909 


211 


124 


Christian 








Cyrus Edwin 


. . 1890 


136 


\CA 


Christy 
*l)yer Milton 


..1877 


85 


14 


Chrystal 








*James 


..1857 


28 


33 


Churchill 








Marcellus Austin 


. . 1874 


76 


174 


Clapp 








*Robert Acker 


.1858 


32 


16 


*Warrcn Benjamin ... 
Clark 


. . 1855 


20 


92 


Albert B 


..1907 


203 


203 


Edgar Herman 


..1911 


217 




Iidvvard Winter 


. . 1859 


35 


192 


George Whitfield 


..1855 


20 




*Ira Deles 


. . 1858 


29 


148 


Israel Brooks 


..1906 


199 




Josei)h Clyde 


..1911 


?17 


2H 


*J. Ward Burt 


. . 1866 


51 




*NathanieI Judson .... 


..1853 


14 


47 


Robert Dale 


. . 1872 


69 




*Watson 


. . 1852 


12 


12,? 


Clarke 






160 


Henry 


..1891 


138 




James Augustine 


.1897 


160 


38 


John Caldwell Calhoun 
Clary 


.1861 


39 


81 


Amos 


.1902 


183 



294 



Names. Class. Page. 

Clatworthy 
♦Frederick 1S72 69 

Clausen 

Christian AlI)roclit 1890 l.U 

Clemens 

Raymond Alphduso ....1912 220 

Cleven(;er 

Edward Richard 1S')4 14S 

Galon Smith 1878 89 

Joseph William 1892 142 

Cl-IKK 

Frederick William 1S95 152 

Coats 

Adelhert Sumpter 1877 85 

Coun 

Charles Monroe 1911 217 

Tliomas Jordan 1892 144 

Cochrane 

*Ilenry Francis 1858 32 

Henry Park 1889 129 

James Edward 1883 106 

Wilbur Willis 18<X) 134 

Cody 

James Rodwell 1891 139 

COIT 

Albert 18()') ()1 

Cole 

Horace Wilhtir 1903 188 

Samuel 1852 12 

Coi.EBROOK 

Marry Clark 1902 184 

COLIMTTS 

Horace Greeley 1W3 18S 

Robert Johnson 1905 1<)(. 

Comer 

John Randolph 18<)5 152 

Comfort 

Milton Bookslaver 1864 48 

CoNDRON 

*Gcorgc Milton 1856 23 

Con KLIN 

Charles Judson 1881 101 

Con LEY 

Carey Herbert 1905 198 

Sinclair Bell 1911 217 



Names. Class. Page. 

Conner 

Walter Thomas 1909 211 

Connors 

♦Manninjr Austin 1896 156 

Cooley 

Darwin liill 1857 26 

Coombs 

Irving Wesley 1874 "]•] 

Coon 

GcorRe WashiuRton 1879 93 

Cooper 

Clayton Sedgwick 1898 165 

1 lenry Croskcy 1.888 124 

CnlT. 

Joseph Herbert 1908 207 

Corey 

Stephen Jared 1902 ISO 

Cokni'orth 
♦Columbus 1858 29 

COUI.STON 

William Jeanes 1885 115 

CoVKLL 

milt.. 11 Wrij-ht 1884 110 

Cox 

Ford Todd 1906 199 

C'kakt 

*John 186(') 53 

Crak; 
John 1876 83 

CUANDAI.I. 

Lathan Augustus 1881 98 

Crandell 

Stewart Hates Vm 211 

("ran I". 

CeplKis r.emietl I860 36 

Henry 'lliursl.-n 1892 142 

Crannell 

Philip Wendell 1888 125 

("rawi'orh 

R.iymond Noyes 1912 220 

Cress V 

Earl Herbert 1910 214 

295 



Names. Class. Page. 

Ckessey 

Frank Benjamin 1868 58 

Crockett 

Asa James 1896 156 

Crosby 

*David 1871 66 

Crouch 

James Anderson M 1895 152 

John Walden 1896 156 

Crum 

Taylor 1876 83 



Names. Class. Page. 
Crumley 
James Davis 1884 110 

CUMMINGS 

T. G 1853 16 

CURRIN 

John Phillips 1888 125 

Curtis 

Isaac Hazen 1874 11 

John Alasko 1898 165 

Cuthbert 

Herman Girvin 1906 199 



D. 



Daghistalian 








Houstinos Mardirios . . 


.1889 


133 


Dahlke 








Gerhard J 


G. D. 


1894 


255 


Dakin 








Chapman Liberty 




.1898 


165 


Dame 








Charles Fremont 




.1884 


110 


Dammes 








T. W. (see Wesley) , 






Daniel 








Carl Adolphus . . 




.1890 


136 




G. D. 


1888 


249 


Danielson 








*Jacob 


.G. D. 


1878 


239 


Davies 








David Robert . . . 




.1898 


165 


John Paton 




.1906 


199 


Davis 








*Francis Henry . . 




.1865 


49 


George Francis . 




.1867 


57 


George William . 




.1886 


119 


Henry Wilson . . 




.1897 


160 


*Irving Franklin . 




.1886 


119 


John Moore .... 




.1887 


120 


Joseph Wolff ... 




.1871 


68 


Lloyd Granville . 




.1910 


216 


Lucius Charles . 




.1882 


103 


Simon Peter . . . 




.1884 


110 


Day 








Mahlon Harlow 




.1901 


180 



Decker 

Charles Abram 1907 203 

Deckmann 

*Ed\vard Johannes. G. D. 1866 228 
Deere 

John Harvey 1900 174 

De Lano 

*Henry A 1873 74 

Demcott 

Orey Mason 1907 206 

Denison 

*Elmore William 1861 42 

Denman 

Daniel Trobridge 1887 120 

Denton 
*Isaac Henry 1861 39 

Lyman Morse 1900 174 

De Puy 

Irving Newton 1897 160 

Deter 

Arthur Beriah 1901 180 

Detweiler 

Frederick German 1908 207 

Devan 

Samuel Arthur 1912 220 

De Wolf 

Delevan 1873 72 

296 



Names. Class. Page. 

De Yarmett 

Walter Everett 1900 174 

Dickey 

Frank Orville 1890 136 

Dickson 

John George 1912 220 

DiERKS 

Frederick G G. D. 18&4 246 

DiETZ 

*Charles Martin 1856 23 

Heinrich Ludwig 1868 60 

G. D. 1865 227 

DiLLARD 

*Edward Farmer 1895 152 

DiLTS 

Asa Reed 1885 115 

DiLWORTH 

Charles Gaulden 1890 134 

DiPPEL 

Christian 1894 148 

G. D. 1891 252 

DiTMARS 

James Gideon 1886 117 

DiXON 

Joseph Kossuth 1883 107 

Dobbins 
Frank Stockton 1876 81 

DOESCHER 

♦August C G. D. 1881 243 

DOHRMANN 

*Johann Friedrich.G. D. 1862 225 
Donaldson 

Casper Nimrod 1880 97 

Doolan 

Leonard Weakley 1900 179 

DORGAN 

William Lewis 1900 174 



Names. Class. Page. 

DORSEY 

Patrick William 1881 99 

Douglas 

Alexander 1899 169 

Downer 

Benjamin Reno 1895 152 

DOWNIE 

David 1872 69 

Do.\ 

Rutger 1877 85 

Draevel 

Johann Gustav . .G. D. 1896 258 
Drake 
*Jeremiah Clinton 1854 17 

DUBOC 

Albert Michel 1873 72 

Dudley 

Howard Edward 1902 184 

*James White Hinds .... 1876 83 

Thomas Parker 1892 142 

Duncan 

Alexander Erskine 1871 68 

*Samuel White 1866 52 

DUNKIN 

Daniel Grant 1897 160 

DUNSFORD 

♦Alfred George 1872 71 

DUNTON 

Herbert Jay 1898 165 

DUTTON 

El wood Herbert 1901 180 

♦George 1859 35 

Dyck 

Abram K G. D. 1912 273 

David G. D. 1884 246 

Dye 

♦Arius Newton 1868 59 

George Rector 1899 169 



Earl 

John Arthur 1895 152 

Earley 

Alva Charles 1912 220 



297 



Eberly 

Ezra Fessler 1905 196 

Ebersole 

Jacob Scott 1900 174 



Names. Class. Page. 

ECCLES 

Robert Kerr 1885 113 

Eddy 

Charles Francis 1906 199 

Clarence Milton 1906 199 

Eden 

Frank Ernest 1912 220 

Edinger 

Christian H G. D. 1910 271 

Eede 

Charles William 1882 103 

Eg AN 

John Roy 1891 140 

Ehrenstein 

Johannes G. D. 1882 243 

Ehrgott 

Albert 1895 153 

Ehrhorn 

George Ferdinand. G. D. 1900 262 

Julius G. D. 1908 270 

ErCHLER 

Gustav G. D. 1899 260 

Eisenmenger 

Charles Fred 1906 199 

Johann G. D. 1865 228 

Ekrut 

Hugo Gustav ....G. D. 1907 269 
Elder 

Joseph Freeman 1867 54 

Robert 1894 148 

Eldridge 

George Edwin 1879 93 



Names. Class. Page. 

Elgin 
*Geddis Hermann 1879 92 

William 1868 59 

Ellison 

Daniel James 1884 110 

Elmore 

Wilbur Theodore 1900 174 

Ely 

Joseph Allen 1870 64 

Emerson 

*Forest Fayette 1867 54 

Engelmann 

George C G. D. 1878 240 

Engler 

Johannes G. D. 1873 234 

Enns 

*Heinrich C G. D. 1896 2?7 

Entwistle 

*William 1863 43 

Erb 

Frank Otis 1904 192 

Ernst 

Emil G. D. 1912 273 

Evans 

Philip Saffery 1857 26 

Everett 

*William Peters 1855 20 

Everton 

Samuel 1908 207 

Ewell 
*Jirah Blackmer 1877 85 

Glenn Blackmer 1911 217 

EWERT 

Jacob Heinrich . .G. D. 1907 268 



F. 



Fadian 

Michael G. D. 1908 270 

Fagan 

*William Thomas 1858 30 

Fairbank 

George Adams 1900 175 



Fairchild 

John Haviland 1871 68 

Fargo 

*Elmer Lorenzo 1894 148 

Farley 

Edson Scott 1910 214 



298 



Names. 




Class. Page. 


Robert G 






.1861 


42 


Farnham 










Edwin Pickett . . 






.1877 


85 


*PhiIip Pearl .... 






.1868 


59 


*Seth Taylor .... 






.1877 


85 


Farnkopf 










Vincent 






.1882 


104 




G. 


D. 


1880 


241 


Farr 










*Archibald La Mont 




.1856 


24 


Fas II 










Zcnas Lovelace . 






. 1894 


148 


Fast 










Hermann Johann 


.G. 


D. 


1885 


246 


Faux 










William Milnes . 






.1904 


192 


Favoright 










Roscoe Barnet . 






.1905 


198 


Fechter 










Johannes 


.G. 


D. 


1866 


228 


Fehlberg 










Reinhold F 


.G. 


D. 


1902 


264 


Fellmann 










Edward Jacob . . 


.G. 


D. 


1891 


253 


*Heinrich 


.G. 


D. 


1858 


224 



Jacob G. D. 1865 228 

Fellows 



1901 



180 

11 

48 

243 

153 



Wirt T 

Felton 

George Hurlburt 1874 

Fenner 

*Francis Drake 1864 

Fenske 

Robert G. D. 1882 

Ferguson 

William Law 1895 

Fetter 

Newton Cromwell, Jr. . .1912 220 
Fetzer 

Gottlob 1889 129 

G. D. 1884 244 

*J. George 1877 88 

G. D. 1873 234 

FlELDEN 

Joseph Flanders 1873 74 



Names. Class. Page. 

Fields 

Charles Fowler 1907 203 

Filmer 

*Thomas Tiesdell 1863 43 

Fixdlay 

George Ellis 1901 180 

Fischer 

Frederick 1899 169 

Fish 

*Ezra Job 1855 22 

Fisher 

Joseph Daniel 1867 57 

*Luciiis Harrison 1879 94 

*Lyman Jackson 1871 68 

Fiske 

Edwin Westlake 1905 198 

Fitts 

Andrew Scott 1906 199 

Flanagitt 

Charles Edgar 1901 ' 180 

Fletcher 

Charles Wesley 1896 156 

Foote 

Elias John 1860 36 

FORBELL 

Mansfield French 1907 203 

Ford 

James Wallace 1874 76 

Fortune 

Alonzo Willard 1905 198 

Foster 

George Burman 1887 120 

Harry Schuyler 1903 188 

Simeon Maxwell 1896 156 

FOWLE 

William Henry 1910 214 

Fowler 

*Henr>' 1857 28 

Fox 

*Asa Luther 1892 144 

Edward Theophilus ....1877 85 

*Norman 1857 26 

299 



Names. . Class. Page. 

Franz 

Johann J G. D. 1908 270 

Fraser 

Andrew Little 1905 196 

Frederick 

Charles Henry 1905 196 

Gilbert Hays 1873 74 

Freeman 
*Andrew Longyear 1853 14 

Charles Bradford 1896 156 

Charles Rumsey 1900 175 

*David 1855 19 

Freiday 

Jacob Anthony 1875 78 

Frerichs 

William Reinhard 1909 211 



Gage 

*Lucian L 

Gardner 

Frank 1883 

Garnett 

Robert Spier 1903 

Garrison 

Lemuel Addison 1899 

Garton 

Joseph Vanor 1880 

Gasser 

J. Franklin G. D. 1903 

Gates 

Elbert Edward 1894 

Fred Taylor 1880 

Frederick Henry 1891 

Wayland Dunn 1906 

Willie C 1892 

Gault 

*John Emory 1872 

Gaylord 

Willis Clark 1868 

Geil 

Henry William 1882 

G. D. 1881 
Geis 

George John 1892 

G. D. 1887 



1856 24 

108 

188 

170 

95 

266 

148 
95 
140 
199 
144 

70 

60 

105 
242 

142 
248 



300 



Names. Class. Page. 

Frey 

Theodore G. D. 1907 268 

Friedrich 

Franz G. D. 1879 241 

Friederichsen 

Paul August 1903 191 

G. D. 1900 262 
Friesen 

Bernard Julius . .G. D. 1908 270 
Frink 

Henry 1889 133 

Frost 

Theodore Lyman 1904 192 

Fulton 

*Jnstin Dewey 1854 18 

^Sylvester Delaney 1874 76 

Geissler 

Peter G. D. 1910 271 

Genung 

George Frederick 1875 78 

John Franklin 18755 79 

George 

John Robert 1901 180 

Gerhardt 
*Louis G. D. 1894 255 

GiBBS 

Frank Wayland 1879 94 

George Eugene 1908 207 

GiBONEY 

William Austin 1889 133 

Gibson 
Frank Kemp 1912 220 

GiFFIN 

John Harry 1904 193 

GiFFORD 

Orrin Philip 1877 86 

Gilbert 

Ellis 1903 188 

Gill 
^William Icrin 1858 30 

GiNIUS 

*Friedrich Adolph.G. D. 1868 231 



Names. Class. Page. 

Gle.\son 

*Aurelius Lawrence 1S71 66 

Gleiss 

Henry Crete 1893 145 

G. D. 1893 255 

GOEBEL 

Paul G. D. 1874 236 

GOERGENS 

Frank Samuel 1895 155 

G. D. 1892 254 
Goodman 

James 1865 49 

GOODSELL 

Charles True 1912 220 

Goods PEED 

*Edgar Johnson 1856 24 

♦George Stephen 1883 108 

Thomas Wakefield ....1866 52 

GOTT 

Samuel Perry 1903 188 

Gould 

George Downing 1891 138 

Louis Agassiz 1879 92 

GOWEN 

*Lorenzo Dow 1856 24 

Graalmann 

Edward 1880 97 

G. D. 1878 239 
Graf 

Benjamin G. D. 1895 256 

Graham 

David Crockett 1911 217 

Graner 

Fricdrich Albert. .G. D. 1901 264 
Grant 

Donald 1884 110 

James 1890 134 

Peter 1883 109 

William E 1910 216 

Graves 

James Wesley 1899 170 

Greaves 

Harry Russell 1897 160 



Names. Class. Page. 

Green 

Edward 1880 95 

Henry Otis 1906 200 

Greene 

*Thomas Waterman 1863 43 

Greenly 

Jay Hiram 1911 217 

Greensmith 

Harry Gladstone 1906 200 

Gregory 

*Uriah 1874 11 

Griebel 

*John Derrick 1867 55 

Greife 

*Friedrich Wilhelm.G. D. 1864 227 
Griep 

*Heinrich A G. D. 1877 239 

Griffin 

Edwin Milton 1899 170 

Griffith 

Havard 1910 214 

*John Herbert 1861 39 

Grimes 

Isaac William 1884 111 

Grimm ELL 

Julius Charles ...G. D. 1866 228 
Groesbeck 

Adam Fenner 1897 160 

Groff 

John Howard 1882 103 

Groom 

nVilliam 1857 27 

Groth 

Paul Johannes F 1882 105 

G. D. 1880 241 
Groza 

Josef G. D. 1912 273 

Stephen G. D. 1911 273 

Gruhn 

Carl Adolph G. D. 1901 263 

GUBELMANN 

Jacob Samuel I860 36 

G. D. 1860 265 



301 



Names. Class. Page. 

GUNTHER 

Adolph G. D. 1902 265 

George Alfred 1882 105 

G. D. 1881 242 



Names. Class. Page. 

GURNEY 

*Ed\vard F 1853 14- 

GUTHRIE 

John Oliver 1902 184 



H. 



Hack 

Raymond J G. D. 18S6 

Haemel 

David G. D. 1902 

Samuel 1907 

G. D. 1902 

Samuel G. D. 1902 

Haeusler 

*Anton G. D. 1853 

Hageman 

Anthony Conrad 1907 

Haggett 

Arthur John 1900 

Hahn 

Benjamin Daviese 1882 

Friedrich G. D. 1912 

Haines 

Eugene 1897 

Halbert 

LeRoy 1908 

Hall 

Leander 1858 

LeRoy 1902 

Samuel Jasper 1901 

*Thomas Augustus 1861 

Halsey 

Lewis 1872 

Ham 

Frank Wells 1887 

Hamberlin 
*John Burgess .1858 

Hamilton 

*Dillis Dyer 1855 

Edward Clay 1882 

Gavin Lindsay 1864 

Hamman 
George 1890 



247 

265 
203 
265 
265 

223 

203 

175 

104 
273 

160 

208 

30 
184 
181 

39 

70 

123 

30 

21 

105 

49 



137 



Hammer 

*John Jackson 1888 124 

Hancock 

*Levi Shreve 1852 12 

Handy 

*Henry James 1869 61 

Hanke 

Emil G. D. 1903 266 

Hankinson 

John Calvin 1888 128 

Hann 

Jacob 1897 161 

Hare 

James Madison 1888 128 

Hargett 

Joseph Bayard 1887 120 

Harmon 

*Austin 1852 12 

Harriman 

George Goodwin 1868 59' 

Harris 

Carleton Wiard 1910 214 

John Samuel 1911 217 

Judson Wade 1870 64 

Milton James 1906 200 

William Anabel 1896 158 

Harrison 

Ebenezer J 1871 68 

Harriss 

Walter Hiram 1900 179 

Hart 

George Leonard 1883 107 

*Myron Wadsworth 1886 117 

Thomas Williams 1870 64 

Hartigan 

William Henry 1888 127 

Harty 

Russell Alzue 1909 213 



302 



Names. Class. 

H.^RVEY 

Ransom 1881 

Haselhuhn 

♦Julius Charles 1858 

G. D. 1856 
Hastie 

*James Lockhart 1888 

Hatch 

Frederick William 1898 

Hatchman 

Herbert Ernest 1903 

Hatt 

Daniel Elisha 1901 

Hattersley 

Linn Wheeler 1912 

Hauser 

Otto E. R G. D. 1912 

Haygooni 

John Baptist 1882 

Hayne 

Marcus Eldon 1868 

Paul 1900 

Heagle 

David 1861 

Heath 

Hugh Austin 1896 

Hedden 

*WilIiam Dunlap 1853 

Heitschmidt 

Wilhelm Th G. D. 1910 

Heiligman 

Paul 

Heinemann 

Frederick H G. D. 1888 

Heinrich 

Johannes G. D. 1906 

Heinrichs 

Abraham Johann.G. D. 1908 

Jacob 1889 

G. D. 1883 
Heinz 

♦Albert G. D. 1890 

Heisig 

Theodore 1888 

Hellings 

William Potts 1867 



Page. 

99 

30 
223 

125 

166 

189 

181 

220 

273 

105 

59 
175 

40 
157 

15 
272 



1888 128 



249 

267 

270 
129 

244 

252 
125 



55 



Names. Class. Page. 

Helmetag 

Louis G. D. 1874 235 

Helm RICH 

Anton G. D. 1876 237 

Hemmes 

Leuke Johann . .G. D. 1911 272 
Henderson 

Charles Kennon 1882 104 

Josiah Robert 1880 96 

Norman Batty 1911 218 

Robert Cehorn 1882 105 

Hendrick 

Alden Merton 1889 131 

♦Orlando Brazeel 1866 53 

Henn 

Jacob (See Hann.) 
Henry 

John Crouse 1908 209 

Herget 

John Francis 1898 166 

Heringer 

August G. D. 1899 260 

Martin G. D. 1910 271 

Hermann 

Friedrich G. D. 1898 260 

Herod 

Francis Clyde 1907 204 

Herr 

Benjamin Laisdell 1886 117 

Herring 

John Peabody 1907 206 

Hewitt 

Charles Edmund 1863 43 

Henry Harrison 1877 86 

HiBBARD 

♦Charles 1852 12 

Hicks 

George Washington ....1887 123 
Hiebert 

Peter Cornelius . .G. D. 1907 269 

HiERONYMUS 

♦Charles G. D. 1868 231 

HiGGINS 

Harry Shreve 1902 184 

Mockett Cramp 1892 142 

Walter Vaughn 1889 129 



303 



Names. Class. 

HiLDRETH 

Ellison S 1909 

Hill 

Claiborne Milton 1884 

George Washington 1887 

James Ferdinand 1866 

HiLLER 

*Johann Friedrich.G. D. 1862 

HiLLMAN 

Benjamin Eugene 1882 

Hilton 
*George Frederic 1888 

Norton James 1904 

Hilts 

John Alexander 1906 

Hilzinger 

Heinrich G. D. 1875 

Himes 

Frank Fay 1898 

Hines 
*Nahum 1883 

HiSCOCK 

*Charles Edward 1874 

Edwin Thomas 1873 

Henry Orne 1876 

HODDER 

Alfred William Hurford.1889 
Hodge 

Henry Eugenius 1898 

Hofflin 
*Johann Friedrich.G. D. 1868 

John Michael 1873 

G. D. 1871 

Reinhard G. D. 1872 

Hoffman 

Friedrich 1884 

G. D. 1882 
R. Karl G. D. 1894 

HOLCOMB 

George Perry 1892 

Holland 
*Theodore Banks 1872 



Page. 

213 

111 
121 

52 

226 

105 

125 
189 

206 

237 

166 

107 

78 
74 
83 

131 

166 

230 

74 

232 

233 

113 
243 
256 

144 



70 



Names. 


Class. 


Page. 


Holmes 






Chesley 


....1891 


138 


David Edward 


....1861 


42 


John Sophus 


.... 1867 


55 


Robert Janisch 


....1895 


155 


Thomas Dearlove . . 


....1893 


145 


Holt 






Fred Rogers 


....1886 


117 


*Spencer Fuller . . . . 


....1856 


25 


William Day 


....1885 


114 


Holzer 






Armin Aaron 


....1912 


220 


Louis B G. 


D. 1912 


273 


Homann 






Carl G. 


D. 1899 


261 


HOMFELD 






Dierk Abram . .. .G. 


D. 1884 


246 


Hooper 






Alfred Ernest 


....1897 


161 


Hopkins 






Charles Freeman . . 


....1883 


109 


David Orval 


. ... 1907 


204 


Theodore Weld . . . . 


....1873 


72 


HOPPEL 






Louis Christopher . 


....1881 


99 


Hopps 






^Herman Kendall . . 


....1873 


74 


HORTON 






Isaac 


....1868 


59 


House 






Horace Lee 


....1877 


86 


Howard 






Herbert Leonard . . . 


....1900 


175 


John Anderson .... 


....1911 


219 


Howe 






Chester Harris . .. . 


....1904 


195 


Howell 






Dudley Fletcher .... 


....1878 


91 


William Jasper .... 


....1899 


170 


HOYT 






Wayland 


....1863 


44 


Hubert 






Charles Du Bois . . . 


....1912 


220 



304 



Names. Class. Page. 

HUDNUTT 

Isaiah Borroughs 1879 94 

Huff 

Silas Delmar 1909 211 

Hughes 

Benjamin 1879 93 

HUHNS 

Friedrich G. D. 1899 261 

Hull 

Robert Bruce 1874 76 

Robert Chipman 1903 189 

William Morgan 1912 220 

HUMPTON 

Eliot Transel 1899 170 

HUNGATE 

Francis Marion 1893 145 



Names. Class. Page. 

Hunt 

Albert Melvin 1861 42 

Ebenezer Warren 1880 97 

*Horace Holmes 1879 94 

Huntington 

George Briggs 1901 181 

HURLBUTT 

*Eli Haskell 1860 Zl 

HUSM.\NN 

Harm Heinrich . .G. D. 1885 246 

HUTCHINS 

Edgar Burton 1884 112 

William Norman 1894 149 

Hutchinson 

William Bernard 1889 133 

Hyde 

*John C 1856 24 



Irving 
♦Peter 



.1851 11 



Jackman 

Lyman Ward Beecher . .1904 
Jackson 

Elisha Henr>- 1908 

*John Breckenridge 1863 

Jaeger 

John 1880 

G. D. 1878 
James 

Edward Leonard 1906 

William Gaylord 1902 

Jameson 

Melvin 1859 

Jamison 

David Lee 1900 

Jansen 

*Oscar Walter 



193 

208 
44 

97 
239 

200 
184 

33 

175 



1888 125 



Janzen 

Abraham G. D. 1894 255 

Edward C G. D. 1863 226 

Franz Aaron ....G. D. 1907 268 

Henry L 1877 88 

G. D. 1873 234 

Jenkins 
John Lord 1863 46 

Jens 

Herman W G. D. 1875 237 

Jensen 

Charles F G. D. 1879 241 

Jessup 

Albert Henry 1880 96 

Jewell 
William Roy 1910 214 



305 



Names. Class. Page. 

Jewett 

Franklin Nelson 1885 114 

Johnson 

Alexander Farrel 1904 193 

*Charles Henry 1866 54 

*Elias Henry 1871 66 

Erasmus C 1863 46 

Franklin, Jr 1903 189 

^George 1852 13 

Henry Joseph 1904 193 

Herbert Spencer 1893 146 

John William 1906 200 

Julian William 1879 94 

Virgil Victor 1901 181 



Names. Class. Page. 

Jones 

*Addison 1859 33 

*John Buttrick 1855 21 

Henry Wyse 1893 146 

John Theodore 1911 218 

Philip Lovering 1868 60 

Ralph Mortimer 1906 200 

Jordan 

Jacob G. D. 1894 256 

Joyce 

Ulis Luke 1899 173 

Jurgensen 

*Charles G. D. 1876 237 

Jung 

*Conrad G. D. 1868 230 



K. 



Kaaz 

Hermann G. D. 1894 

Julius G. D. 1899 

Kaiser 

Frank 1895 

G. D. 1892 

Lewis 1886 

G. D. 1881 
Kampfer 

George Richard 1910 

G. D. 1908 
Kawaguchi 

A. Ukichi 1911 

Kayser 

Hermann Paul...G. D. 1910 
Keen 

Charles Scull 1902 

Keese 

Friedrich G. D. 1906 

Kejr 

Milostav G. D. 1911 

Keller 

Oscar Miles , 

Kelley 

Edwin Lewis 1894 

Kellogg 

*Joseph Alleine 1878 



256 
261 

153 
254 
119 

242 

214 
270 

218 

271 

184 

267 

272 



1888 126 



149 



91 



Kelly 

Claude 1897 161 

Kempton 

*Adoniram Judson ....1892 142 

*Arthur Cramp 1894 149 

Kendrick 

*Adin Almerin 1861 40 

Ryland Morris 1893 147 

Kennedy 

Albert Joseph 1904 193 

Kenny 

Fred Glendower 1902 184 

Kenyon 

Frank Soule 1900 175 

Kersting 

William Herman 1896 158 

Kesting 

*Simon G. D. 1856 224 

Keyser 

*Charles 1851 11 

Kierstead 

Gordon Burpee 1908 208 

Kimball 

*Thomas Everts 1899 173 

KiNCAID 

William Morris 1874 76 



306 



Names. Class. 

King 

Charles De Witt 1878 

Charles Egbert 1902 

George Olcott 1869 

KiNGDON 

*John 1867 

KiNNETT 

John Wesley 1903 

Kinney 
Theodore Harding ....1897 

KiNTER 

Alfred Legrand 1904 

KiNZIE 

Wesley Abram 1894 

KiRBY 

Cromwell Percy 1902 

Kitchen 

Allen Edward 1861 

Kite 

Don Gyde 1910 

Klassen 

Heinrich Friesen G. D. 1908 
Kliese 

Eli George .... G. D. 1901 
Klingbeil 

Richard Max . . . . G. D. 1907 
Klippel 

George J G. D. 1896 

Klitzing 

Caspar A. R. . . G. D. 1888 
Klyver 

Henry Peter 1892 

Knapp 

Karl Michael ....G. D. 1907 

Theodore Judson 1858 

Knechtel 

John Emil .... G. D. 1911 

Peter G. D. 1868 

Kneeland 

Francis Wayland 1887 

Ira Sprague 1887 

Kneisler 

Edward G. D. 1902 

Knights 

George Dicker 1900 



Page. 

89 

185 

61 

57 
189 
163 
193 
149 
185 

40 

214 

270 

263 

269 

257 

251 

143 

268 
32 

272 
231 

121 
121 

265 



175 



Names. Class. Page. 

K NITER 

Alfred Legrand 1904 193 

Knobloch 

George G. D. 1870 232 

Knopf 

Albert G. D. 1912 273 

Knorr 

Frederick G. D. 1890 252 

Knowles 

Charles Edward 1894 149 

Frank Tobey 1897 161 

Knuth 

Louis Charles 1887 121 

G. D. 1884 245 
Koch 

*Christoph G. D. 1855 223 

John F G. D. 1865 228 

Kohler 

Francis Ulysses 1902 185 

*Friedrich Christian 

G. D. 1872 233 
Konig 

Otto G. D. 1886 247 

KOOPMAN 

*Gerhard 1859 35 

G. D. 1859 224 

KORNMEIER 

*SyIvester G. D. 1877 238 

KOSE 

*Henry G. D. 1866 229 

Solomon A G. D. 1894 256 

KoSTER "^ 

Dettmer G. D. 1888 249 

KoTZLI 

*Theophilus John 1863 44 

G. D. 1859 224 
Kraemer 

August G. D. 1912 273 

Kraft 

John G. D. 1899 261 

Kratt 

Jacob G. D. 1896 257 

Kreager 

Frank Chester 1903 189 

George Edgar 1905 197 



307 



Names. Class. Page. 

Kreyer 
Carl Traugott 1865 50 

Kroesch 
*Frederick Wilhelm 

G. D. 1876 237 

Krueger 

Otto Edward 1911 219 

G. D. 1900 263 



Names. Class. Page. 

Kruse 

Frederick Peter 1900 179 

G. D. 1897 258 
Kuchenbacker 

Frederick David . .G. D. 1891 253 

KUCZEWSKI 

Gottlieb G. D. 1875 237 

KUHN 

William G. D. 1897 258 



La BORN 

Charles C G. D. 1899 261 

Lake 

William Seneca 1902 185 

Lamb 

Ely Victor 1907 204 

Lamkin 

Lorenzo Dow 1885 114 

Lampert 

*Matthias .... G. D. 1867 230 
Lamson 

Guy Caleb 1900 175 

Landenberger 

John Heinrich ..G. D. 1911 272 
Lang 

Albert G. D. 1908 270 

Hermann 1892 143 

G. D. 1888 250 
Langer 

*Robert G. D. 1874 235 

Langford 

Samuel Fraser 1904 193 

Langille 

James Hibbard 1871 66 

Lapp 

Clarence Elgine 1890 134 

Henry Isaac 1904 193 

Latham 

Frank Terry 1880 96 

Latimer 

James Vernon 1902 185 

Leon Mobley 1911 218 



Latourette 

Willard Howard 1881 99 

L.\uderbaugh 

John Grant 1903 189 

Lauer 

Philipp 1904 195 

G. D. 1901 264 
Lawless 

John Nathaniel 1905 197 

Lawrence 

Fredwald Stephen 1881 101 

Lawton 

Alfred Garfield 1911 218 

Layton 

Allen Asa 1889 133 

Lazell 

*Charles Thurber 1868 61 

Leach 

Frank Piatt 1889 130 

Frederick Robinson ....1891 138 
Learn 

George Alexander 1898 166 

Leary 

Samuel Berkley 1880 96 

Leas 

David Porter 1866 52 

Leavens 

*George Gregory 1872 71 

Leete 

Menzo Smith 1867 57 

Leiter 

Adolfe G. D. 1912 273 

Lemon 

J. Bunyan 1888 126 



308 



Names. Class. Page. 

Lemons 

Robert Lafayette 1903 189 

Lent 

♦Daniel Elliott 1861 42 

Leonard 

Francis Jacob 1868 61 

*Otis Liscome 1870 66 

Theodore Stuart 1882 104 

William James 1865 50 

LeSeur 

John Wesley 1884 111 

Leuschner 

Max Otto G. D. 1902 265 

Levister 

Bollie 1900 179 

Lewis 

Frank Grant 1896 157 

George Wright 1905 197 

*James Nelson 1884 111 

Leypoldt 

Johannes G. D.1910 271 

Light 

Fritz August 1879 94 

G. D. 1878 239 

LiCKLIDER 

Robert Durand 1902 185 

LlEN.\U 

Oscar Paul 1906 200 

LiNDER 

Albert G. D. 1899 261 

LiNFIELD 

*George Fisher 1876 81 

Link 

*John Bodkin 1855 21 

Linker 

John G. D. 1869 231 

LlPPH.\RDT 

William 1884 113 

G. D. 1884 245 
Lipscomb 

Edgar Perkins 1889 130 

LiSK 

Charles Wayland 1893 146 

James 1865 50 



Names. Class. Page. 

Lisle 

William Mclntire 1867 55 

Little 

Eben Langdon 1866 52 

Livermore 

*Samuel Trusdell 1852 13 

Livingston 

Milton McWhorter ....1906 200 
Lloyd 

Joseph Howell 1911 218 

Lockert 

Alexander 1873 "^^ 

LOCKWOOD 

Frederick Willis 1889 130 

Long 

*Edwin Collins 1886 117 

James 1895 153 

LONGLEY 

William Johnson 1909 211 

LONGWELL 

Robert Bill 1906 200 

Loomer 

Leslie Oran 1907 204 

Loos 

Julius G. D. 1889 251 

Lotee 

Herbert Amos 1909 211 

Lotzer 

Christian E G. D. 1876 238 

LOUCKS 

William Elmer 1890 134 

Love 

*George Frederick Jr. ..1897 163 
Lovett 

Frederick Crosby 1899 170 

William Pierce 1902 185 

Lowe 

Ralph Weber 1888 126 

Lower 

Eugene Arthur 1910 214 

Ludlow 

*James Peter 1864 48 

Ludwig 

August G. D. 1866 229 

Gustave Adolph..G. D. 1889 251 



309 



Names. Class. Page. 

Luke 

nVilliam 1855 22 

Lung 

*Augustus Henry 1855 22 

Lyding 

*George G. D. 1861 225 



Names. Class. Page. 

Lynch 

James Ross 1889 130 

Lyon 
^Albert Jonathan 1877 86 



M. 



Mabie 

Harry Saxton 1910 

MacArthur 

Robert Stuart 1870 

Machholz 

*Rudolph G. D. 1876 

INIackenzie 

Alexander 1910 

MacLean 

Malcolm Archibald ....1898 
MacNutt 

James 1871 

MacQueen 

Donald Bruce 1907 

Maddox 

John Lee 1907 

Maeder 

Johannes George 1881 

G. D. 1879 
Mahoney 

James Griffith 1886 

Main 

Arthur Elwin 1872 

Maines 

Francis 1910 

Maltby 

Clark Orlando 1877 

Mangum 

Pearl Damon 1908 

Mann 

♦Joseph Billings 1875 

Marble 

Fred Elmer 1890 

Marquardt 

August G. D. 1885 

Carl Ludwig ....G. D. 1882 



215 

64 

238 

215 

166 

68 

204 

207 

101 
241 

119 

70 

215 



208 

79 

135 

247 

244 



Marriott 

Harley Harren 1907 204 

Marschner 

Harry G. D. 1898 260 

A'Iarsh 

Edward Baxter 1882 105 

*Forest Alfred 1872 71 

Samuel Ferguson 1909 213 

Stephen Van Rensselaer 1859 36 
Marshall 

*Benjamin De Forest ..1855 22 
Marten 

Zacharias Clark 1877 86 

G. D. 1874 235 
Martin 
*Frank Adelmer 1885 115 

John Henry 1902 185 

Oscar Lafayette 1891 138 

Robert Mitchell 1877 87 

Mason 

John Henry 1877 87 

John Tillie 1902 183 

Walter Clark 1902 186 

Mathews 

Charles Franklin 1909 211 

Matschulat 

Friedrich G. D. 1909 271 

Mathias 

John Henry 1912 220 

Matthews 

Frank Buckner 1898 166 

Matzick 

Johann Friedrich. G. D. 1886 247 
Maxfield 
*Charles Crandall 1889 130 

Chester Lester 1904 194 



310 



Names. Class. Page. 

Maxson 

Charles Hartshorn 1895 153 

Mayhack 

Gustavus Richard 1902 188 

G. D. 1899 261 
McAlpine 

Charles Alonzo 1904 194 

McArthur 

FredR 1911 218 

McCarthy 

Florence 1869 62 

McCoMB 

William Andrew 1891 141 

McCrea 

Tully Foster 1902 186 

McCxrrcHEON 

John Lewis 1887 121 

McDaniel 

Charles Gilbert 1900 176 

McDiARMID 

Archibald P 1878 91 

Peter Alexander 1906 201 

McDowell 

Philetus Harold 1900 176 

McEwEN 

Peter Arthur 1881 99 

McFadden 

John Smith 1907 204 

McFarlane 

John Cowan 1907 204 

McGiLL 

Holland Robert 1911 218 

McGuiRE 

John 1891 138 

McIntyre 

Donald 1909 212 

*James Johnson 1855 22 

McKay 

♦Robert John 1885 115 

Stanley Albert 1881 100 

McKeever 

Franklin Garrett 1884 111 

McKendrie 
♦Edward Jackson 1856 24 



Names. Class. Page. 

McKlBBEN 

William Kendall 1875 79 

McKlLLOP 

Ronald 1886 117 

McKlNNEY 

*John 1877 87 

William Ayer 1903 190 

McLean 

John Henry 1910 216 

John Neil 1907 204 

McMichael 

♦Richard Frederick 1876 83 

McMillen 

Calvin Earl 1909 212 

McNiNCH 

Walter Bertrand 1898 167 

McRea 

Allan Alden 1908 208 

McVeigh 

♦Reuben Berkley 1881 102 

Mead 

John LeRoy 1908 209 

Meade 

Samuel Cliff 1904 194 

Meader 

Wilfred John 1891 139 

Meier 
♦Anton G. D. 1878 240 

Jacob G. D. 1873 235 

Melcher 

♦Nathaniel 1868 61 

Mellor 

George Samuel 1888 128 

Menard 

Paul Carl Adam 1902 188 

G. D. 1899 261 
Mengel 

Gotthard G. D. 1881 242 

Merkel 

Jacob Henry 1881 102 

G. D. 1878 240 
Merrell 

Jonathan Dayton 1856 25 

Merriam 
♦William Warriner 1870 64 



311 



Names. 






Class. Page. 


Merrill 










Charles Asa .... 






.1899 


171 


Howland Cyrus . 






.1898 


167 


John Wedgewooc 


.. 




.1900 


176 


Samuel Pearce . . 






.1860 


2,7 


Merz 










John 






.1867 


55 




G. 


D. 


1864 


227 


Meyer 










Frederick William C 




.1890 


137 




G. 


D. 


1888 


250 


Johann Friederich G. 


D. 


1912 


273 


Meyers 










John Henry .... 






.1882 


106 




G. 


D. 


1881 


242 


MiCHAELIAN 










Jacob 






.1886 


11Q 


MlHM 










August Philip . . . 






.1895 


155 




G. 


D. 


1891 


253 


Miles 










Harry Eisenbrey 






.1899 


171 


Miller 










John 


.G. 


D. 


1874 


236 


Newton Elwood . 






.1899 


171 


MiLLIMAN 










Henry Clay 






.1880 


97 


MiNAKER 










Ashton Barker . 






.1903 


190 


MiNARD 










Archibald Ellswo 


rth 




.1904 


196 


MiNDRUP 










Friederich 


.G. 


D. 


1910 


272 


Miner 










Johnson Levi . . . 






.1898 


169 


Mitchell 










John 






,1896 


157 


Lewis Alfred . . . 






.1891 


139 


MiZE 










*Thomas S 






.1866 


53 


Moehlmann 










Conrad Henry . . 






.1905 


197 


Johann H 


.G. 


D. 


1873 


234 


Monjeau 










Cleophas 






.1867 


55 



Names. Class. Page. 
Monroe 
Will Clifford 1900 176 

MONSCHKE 

Friedrich Johann .G. D. 1905 267 
Moody 
Thomas 1890 135 

MoORE 

Charles Henry H 1899 171 

Hight C 1896 158 

*Hugh Fenton 1902 186 

John Ward 1900 176 

Morehouse 

Henry Lyman 1864 48 

MOREY 

Lewis Hall 1875 81 

William Carey 1871 68 

Morgan 

*Thomas Jefferson 1868 60 

Morman 

James Bale 1893 147 

Morrill 

*David Tilton 1853 15 

Herbert Slee 1890 137 

^Horace Baldwin 1890 137 

Morris 

Albert King 1910 215 

*Charles David 1867 56 

Morse 

Alfred Handley C 1900 176 

Ezra Minor 1906 201 

Rupert Osgood 1894 149 

Morton 

Plugh Quinn 1908 208 

Thomas 1885 115 

MOSCRIP 

Charles Henry 1877 87 

Moss 

*Lemuel 1860 Z7 

MoxiE 

Charles Henry 1889 131 

MOXOM 

Philip Stafford 1878 89 



312 



Names. Class. Page. 

MULLER 

Emil 1900 179 

G. D. 1897 258 

George Henry ...G. D. 1912 273 

*Heinrich F G. D. 1867 230 

*Heinrich Joseph .G. D. 1871 233 

Wilhelm Heinrich G. D. 1887 248 

MUNDY 

Ezekiel Wilson 1863 44 



Names. Class. Page. 

MUNGER 

*Orrin 1860 Z1 

♦William Lemuel 1886 118 

Murdoch 

♦Andrew 1870 64 

Myers 

Cortland 1890 135 

Johnston 1885 114 



N. 



Nagel 

♦Henry W G. D. 1874 

Naylor 

Amos 1888 

Neathery 

Robert Walter 1904 

Neel 

Fred Bascum 1903 

Neff 

Benjamin Lewis 1879 

Negus 

Milton Franklin 1887 

Nelson 
♦John Franklin 1883 

John Martin 1902 

Peter Christopher 1902 

Neufeldt 

Heinrich Herman. G. D. 1902 
Neumann 

♦Friedrich Wilhelm.G. D. 1886 
Neve 

Claus G. D. 1891 

Neville 

♦James Milton 1887 

New HALL 

Alfred Augustus 1875 

George Frederick 1891 

Newland 

Samuel Milton 1889 

Newman 

Albert Henry 1875 

John Clarence 1892 



236 

127 

194 

190 

93 

123 

107 
186 
186 

266 

248 

253 

123 

79 
140 

132 

80 
144 



Newsom 

John Weaver 1907 205 

Newton 

William Carey 1898 167 

Nicholls 

Henry Law ford 1908 209 

Nichols 

Cassius Wesley 1900 177 

♦Samuel Whitney 1878 91 

Niebuhr 

Frederick 1892 143 

G. D. 1888 250 

John F G. D. 1900 263 

Niemann 

Edward G. D. 1904 266 

Nisbet 

♦Ebenezer 1855 21 

♦John Rea 1852 13 

Nixon 

Justin Wroe 1908 208 

Noiri 

Yoshimasa 1911 219 

Nordell 

Philip Augustus 1873 12> 

Northrop 
♦Henry Harris 1865 51 

Stephen Abbott 1879 94 

Northrup 

♦George Washington .... 1857 27 
Norwood 

Aulbin Tapscott 1897 161 



313 



Names. Class. Page. 

Norton 
*Charles Cole 1854 17 

NOTT 

*Abner Kingman 1857 27 

*Richard Means 1859 34 



Names. Class. Page. 

NURNBURGER 

*Karl G. D. 1872 234 

Nutting 

Charles Alfred 1904 194 

Wilder Mellen 1880 97 



Oakley 
Masklin Clark Baker ..1867 57 

Ohlgart 
*Carl G. D. 1871 232 

Olthoff 
John Friedrich ...G. D. 1901 264 
Otto G. D. 1910 271 

Orthner 

Adolph G. D. 1909 271 

Franz G. D. 1905 267 

OSBORN 

Edwin Faxon 1894 149 

*Jedediah Wheeler 1880 96 



Otto 

Benjamin 1890 135 

Emil H G. D. 1889 251 

*Heinrich H G. D. 1856 224 

*H. Reinhard ....G. D. 1866 229 

OUSLEY 

Jacob Ashley 1911 218 

OUTWATER 

Theron 1878 89 

Owen 

*Ezra Frederick 1865 50 

Harvey James 1876 84 

Owens 

Oscar Lee 1901 181 



Packwood 
Ebenezer 1861 

Padelford 

Adoniram Judson 1860 

Frank William 1897 

Marshall Manly 1867 

Palmer 

Francis Bolles 1861 

Frank John 1890 

William Herbert 1884 

Pankratz 
John Arthur ....G. D. 1897 
John H G. D. 1897 

Papenhausen 

William 1878 

G. D. 1871 

Parish 
Merrick Calvin 1907 



40 

37 
161 

57 

40 
135 
111 

258 
259 

89 
232 



205 



Park 
Charles Willis 1899 171 

Parker 

Alonzo Ketcham 1870 65 

Charles Albert 1889 130 

Charles Elliott 1900 177 

David Livingston 1899 173 

Parmelee 
*James Harvey 1853 15 

Parsons 
*Ciirtis Burroughs 1870 65 

Pastoret 
John Henry G. D. 1888 250 

Pattencill 
*Willis Wayland 1873 IZ 



314 



Names. Class. Page. 

Pattison 

Francis Wayland 1906 201 

Harold 1895 155 

Robert Bainbridge 1907 205 

Paul 

Wilhelm G. D. 1866 229 

Pawling 

*John 1857 28 

Payne 

Bluford Henry 1902 186 

John Wesley 1876 81 

Peace 

♦Washington Sncll 1887 123 

Pearce 

♦William Henry 1872 70 

Pease 

Homer Deriel 1909 212 

Peck 

Arthur Cole 1870 65 

Peepels 

Henry Clay 1884 111 

Peitsch 

Gustav G. D. 1891 253 

Pendleton 

Charles Henry 1881 100 

Petereit 

Friedrich A G. D. 1876 238 

Peters 

Christen Esbern 1899 171 

Claus G. D. 1877 239 

Gershom Moore 1871 67 

*Theron Right 1871 69 

Petersen 

C. E. (See Peters.) 
Pettibone 

Willis Eugene 1900 177 

Pettit 

James Alfred 1902 186 

Petty 

Alonzo Ray 1911 219 

Carl Wallace 1909 212 

Pfeiffer 

Jacob 1895 154 

G. D. 1891 253 

William 1886 120 

G. D. 1886 247 



Names. Class. Page. 

Phelps 

*James Harvey 1856 25 

Phillips 

Llewellyn 1901 183 

Thomas 1882 104 

♦William Carey 1853 15 

♦William Carey 1886 118 

Piepgrass 

♦Rudolph G. D. 1863 226 

Pitman 

♦John Benjamin 1853 15 

Pitt 
David Alexander 1905 197 

POFF 

Ernest Ever 1910 215 

POINIER 

♦Samuel Thane 1861 42 

Poland 
Henry Clay 1901 181 

POPPKE 

Hermann G. D. 1899 262 

Porter 

Farley 1880 97 

Frederick Seeley 1908 208 

George Washington .... 1891 139 

Henry Alford 1899 171 

Henry Kirke 1866 53 

Pos 

Nicholas G. D. 1891 254 

Potter 

Edward Wright 1887 121 

Lester Lewis 1880 97 

♦Walter McDuffie 1863 44 

Powell 

Pleasant Lee 1900 177 

Sylvester Stephen 1885 114 

Powers 

Richard Franklin 1865 50 

P'POOL 

Elbert Samuel 1901 181 

Pratt 

George S 1877 88 

Samuel Hartwell 1866 53 

William Collins 1857 27 



315 



Names. Class. Page. 

Preiss 

Arthur G. D. 1892 254 

Prosser 

William 1912 220 

Protzman 

Lowell Mason 1885 114 



Names. Class. Page. 

PULLIAM 

David Thomas 1884 113 

PUST 

George William . .G. D. 1911 272 
Putnam 
Alanson Harris 1876 82 



R. 



Raasch 










William Frederick . 




.1890 


135 


Rabb 










Robert Morris . . 






.1892 


143 


Rabe 










Ludwig 


.G. 


D. 


1888 


250 


*William C 


.G. 


D. 


1871 


233 


Raebel 










William F 


.G. 


D. 


1897 


259 


Raffety 










William Edward 






.1903 


190 


Ra MAKER 










Albert John 






.1886 


118 




G. 


D. 


1881 


243 


Rand 










^Stephen Bailey . . 






.1869 


62 


Randall 










*NeIson Birney . . 






.1869 


62 


Rauschenbusch 










Walter 






.1886 


118 




G. 


D. 


1885 


246 


Rawlinson 










Frank Joseph . . . 






.1902 


186 


Ray 










Edward Chittend 


en 




.1873 


74 


Raycroft 










James Michael . 






.1878 


91 


Raymond 










Charles Atwater 






.1887 


123 


Frank Barratt . 






.1887 


121 


*Lewis Ford 






.1867 


56 


Rea 










James 






.1881 


100 


Rech 










Peter 


.G. 


D. 


1884 


246 



Rector 

Milton Medford 1909 212 

Redfern 

Frederick Cotchefer .... 1901 182 
Redmon 

*Otho Jackson 1900 177 

Reed 

Aimer Alanson 1889 132 

Reeke 

'Friedrich Wilhelm 

G. D. 1868 231 

Rees 

Thomas David 1912 220 

Reeves 

David McLane 1859 34 

*William Norris 1858 31 

Regier 

Claas G. D. 1884 245 

Heinrich H G. D. 1883 244 

Reichle 

Friedrich J G. D. 1899 262 

Reid 

George Montgomery . . . 1912 220 

William Jeans 1888 127 

Reintz 

Johann Heinrich. G. D. 1862 226 
Remington 

William 1861 41 

Rempel 

Jacob Peter G. D. 1906 267 

ReQua 

Eugene Wilbur Fisk ...1885 115 
Revienaugh 

246 I Carl Milhouse 1907 205 

316 



Names. Class. Page. 

Reynolds 

I'rancis Wayland 1S90 137 

Ilarrah Judson 1867 56 

Rex ROTH 
Johann lIcinricli.G. D. 1899 262 

Rmo.\des 
William Caldwell P 1872 70 

Rhodes 

August 1907 

Daniel 1877 88 

Jesse Elias 1905 197 

Rice 

Elijah Forbes 1895 154 

Seth Carlos 1860 38 

Richardson 

Benjamin Pettis 1911 218 

George Bee 1901 182 

*Henry McQueen 1851 11 

James Calvin 1900 177 

♦Sidney Edwards 1857 27 

William Thomas 1900 177 

Richmond 
♦Willis Cyrus 1876 82 

Rickerson 
♦Freeman Daniel 1861 42 

Riddle 
James Whitford 1873 IZ 

RiEMER 

Peter 1874 78 

G. D. 1873 234 

RlENDE.\U 

♦Toissant 1854 19 

RiGGS 

George Alanson 1910 215 

Riley 

Leonard William 1897 162 

Thomas Calvin 1904 194 

Ritter 

Peter G. D. 1867 230 

RiTZMANN 

William G. D. 1886 248 

Rivenburg 
Sidney White 1883 107 

ROBBINS 

Vernon Nelson 1908 208 

3 



Names. Class. Page. 

Robert 

Joseph Thomas 1864 49 

Roberts 

Benson Howard 1882 106 

♦Edward Flitcroft 1891 141 

James Warren 1895 157 

♦Stanley Wellington ....1909 213 
Robins 

Henry Burke 1905 197 

Robinson 

♦Edwin True 1859 34 

Willard Haskell 1875 80 

Willard Pliny 1908 208 

ROBSON 

♦Seward 1881 102 

ROCHO 

♦Victor Charles ..G. D. 1884 245 
Roeber 
Joseph C G. D. 1898 260 

ROEHRIG 

Otto G. D. 1881 243 

Rogers 

Alfred William 1898 169 

George Donaldson 1892 143 

Irvin Henry 1884 113 

Lewis Bernard 1907 205 

Patrick Simkins 1896 157 

♦Thomas I860 38 

Roh 

Charles Friedrich.G. D. 1887 248 
Rohde 

August G. D. 1907 268 

Root 

Parley David 1874 78 

Roper 

Lewis Murphree 1896 157 

Rose 

Charles Justus 1881 100 

♦Henry Arnold 1854 17 

Thomas 1861 42 

Ross 

Charles Eugene 1906 201 

C. Howard 1910 215 



17 



Names. Class. Page. 

Roth 
Carl G. D. 1892 254 

ROTT 

*George G. D. 1855 223 

ROUSH 

Charles Stilwell 1912 220 

Rowland 

Adoniram Judson 1866 53 

Henry Hosie 1908 210 

Rowley 

Francis Harold 1878 90 

*Joseph 1868 61 

Sage 
*Adoniram Judson 1863 45 

Volney Allen 1867 56 

Sallee 

William Eugene 1903 190 

Sams 

Oscar Ernest 1902 187 

Samuelson 

Samuel E 1903 190 

Sanders 

Rufus 1 1856 25 

Sargent 

*Temple Carey 1879 94 

Satterlee 

*Alfred Brown 1854 17 

Savage 

Cornelius Samuel 1881 100 

Savell 

Joel Florida 1905 197 

Sawyer 
*John 1863 45 

Louis Joseph 1894 150 

William Wallace 1851 11 

Scarff 
*James Madison 1855 22 

SCHADE 

Arthur Albert ...G. D. 1910 271 

Hugo Friedrich 1908 210 

G. D. 1905 267 



Names. 




Class. Page. 


ROWND 










William Monroe 






1885 


115 


RUDD 










Herbert Finlay . 






1903 


191 


Run YON 










Jesse Josiah 






1910 


215 


RUPE 






I-. 


^l^i 


Clarence Mulford 






.1873 


^75 


Russell 










Otto Surrey 






.1900 


177 


Rutherford 










Charles 






.1907 


205 


Ryland 










*William Semple . 






.1858 


31 


s. 










SCHAEFFER 










^Hermann Moritz 






.1867 


56 




G. 


D. 


1864 


227 


SCHAFER 










*Thomas Jacob . 


.G. 


D. 


1892 


255 


*John Wilhelm . 


• G. 


D. 


1888 


250 


SCHAELIKE 










*Friedrich Wilhelm . 




.1868 


231 


SCHAIBLE 










*Gottlob C. T. ... 


.G. 


D. 


1902 


265 


SCHENCK 










Carl August . . . 


.G. 


D. 


1892 


255 


Paul Albert 


.G. 


D. 


1904 


266 


SCHILKE 










Heinrich 


.G. 


D. 


1908 


270 


Schilling 










Peter Friedrich. 


.G. 


D. 


1911 


273 


Schlauch 










Gustav Reinhold 






.1897 


162 


Schliemann 










John George . . . 






.1888 


126 


SCHLIPF 










Benjamin 


.G. 


D 


1901 


264 


Joseph 


.G. 


D 


1896 


258 


318 











Names. Class. 

Schmidt 

*August G. D. 1858 

Christoph Heinrich 1880 

G. D. 1878 

Johann G. D. 1901 

Richard August 1891 

G. D. 1889 
John C G. D. 1863 

SCHMITT 

Wilhclm Edwin ..G. D. 1911 
Schneider 
Gustavus Adolphus ....1891 
G. D. 1884 

SCHOFIELD 

*James Van Pelt 1854 

SCHLOPP 

Charles John Conrad . . . 1901 

SCHNUIT 

Heinrich G. D. 1903 

SCHOLZ 

Joseph 1884 

G. D. 1884 

SCHON 

William Adam ..G. D. 1891 

SCHROEDER 

Heinrich K G. D. 1910 

Hermann G. D. 1874 

Otto R G. D. 1897 

SCHUB 

Frederick Otto 1897 

SCHUDT 

*Friedrich G. D. 1861 

SCHUFF 

John 1887 

G. D. 1887 

SCHULTE 

George August . .G. D. 1863 

SCHULZ 

Heinrich G. D. 1875 

SCHULTZ 

Otto Ernest G. D. 1911 

Schumacher 
Jacob G. D. 1865 

SCHUNKE 

F. Louis G. D. 1873 

William G. D. 1876 



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234 
98 
240 
264 
140 
251 
227 

272 

139 

245 

17 

182 

266 

113 
245 

253 

272 
236 
259 

164 

225 

123 
248 

226 

237 

272 

228 

234 
238 



Class. Page. 



,1888 128 



Names. 

Schuyler 
Cortland Hargrave 

SCHWARZMANN 

Gustav G. D. 1895 256 

SCHWASS 

Heinrich Adolph.G. D. 1885 246 

SCHWENDENER 

Heinrich G. D. 1883 244 

John G. D. 1871 

ScOTT 

John Hart 1874 

William Clarence 1907 

Winfield 1861 

Searcy 
William Wiley 1896 

Sears 

Albert Bacon 1894 

Langley Barnas 1896 158 

Secor 
Harry 1904 194 

Seeley 
*Isaac Cooley I860 

Sellhorn 

Heinrich Joachim 1900 

G. D. 1897 

Senn 
John G. D. 1873 235 

Seward 
Alonzo L 1861 43 

Shanafelt 
*John R 1858 51 

Shank 

William Henry 1884 112 

William Oscar 1907 205 

Sharpe 
Dores Robinson 1911 218 

Shaw 

Avery Albert 1896 158 

Edwin Byron 1898 167 

Frederick Monod 1895 

Jay Richard 1873 

Robert Whitman 1912 220 

*Willis Organ 1894 150 

Sheets 
George A G. D. 1896 257 



233 

76 

205 

41 

158 

150 



38 

179 
259 



155 
75 



319 



Names. Class. 

Sheffield 

*Charles Smith 1863 

Sheldon 

Morton Rutherford 1906 

*Rolland Fuller 1857 

Sheppard 

*Nathan 1859 

*Theodore Warren 1863 

Shermer 

*Henry Berean 1852 

Sherwin 

William Kellogg 1901 

Shields 

William Henry 1870 

Shinn 
Thaddeus Henry 1911 

SiLLIMAN 

Edward Eugene 1884 

Simmons 

*James Barlow 1853 

*John 1858 

SiMONSON 

*George Allen 1865 

Simpson 
Arthur Henry 1898 

SiNGISER 

Frank King 1906 

Slaughenwhite 

Lindsay Josiah 1899 

Slater 

*Myron R 1855 

Sloan 

Arthur St. Clair 1900 

Will Hill 1873 

Sly 

William James 1895 

Smith 

Buel R 1890 

*Charles 1880 

Charles Edward 1863 

*Edward Presbury 1887 

Erastus Abraham 1907 

Frederick Newton 1910 

Granger Wheaton 1873 

*James Daniel 1884 



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45 

201 
28 

34 
45 

13 
182 

65 

218 

112 

16 
31 

48 
167 
201 
173 

23 

178 

75 

154 

137 

98 

45 

124 

205 

215 

IZ 

112 



Names. 



Class. Page. 



*James Robert 1875 80 

*Jeremiah Huston 1863 46 

John Bunyon 1902 187 

John Byington 1854 17 

*John Ripley 1854 18 

Lloyd Casey 1908 208 

*Nelson Slater 1857 27 

Nimrod Calvert 1881 100 

Rest Fenner, Jr 1898 167 

William Augustus 1858 31 

Smoot 

Charles Calvert 1899 172 

Sneath 

George 1909 212 

Snodgrass 

David S 1852 13 

Snyder 

^Frederick 1852 13 

SOCOLOFSKY 

Friedrich W G. D. 1906 267 

SORENSEN 

Alban David 1898 167 

SOULE 

Fred Judson 1909 213 

Speicher 

Jacob 1895 154 

G. D. 1890 252 
Spencer 

James Hovey 1891 141 

Spring 

Leo Whittemore 1906 201 

Spriggs 

William T. Sherman ... .1901 182 
Squyer 

Frank Seymour 1903 190 

Stanley 

William Parsons 1903 190 

Stannard 

Frank Coleman 1908 209 

Stanton 

William Alonzo 1878 90 

Stark 

Alonzo Rosecrans 1893 146 

Starkweather 

George A 1859 34 



320 



Names. Class. Page. 

Starrett 

Charles Hedges 1910 213 

St.\rring 

George Arthur 1910 213 

Staub 

Jacob 1881 102 

G. D. 1879 241 
Steen 

♦Elmer LeRoy 1899 172 

Steffens 

♦August G. D. 1891 253 

Steinberg 

Edgar Carl G. D. 1910 272 

Stenger 

Seth VVilmer 1902 187 

William Henry 1872 71 

Stephens 

Charles Burton 1905 197 

Stephenson 

James Pomeroy 1871 67 

Stern 

Andreas G. D. 1873 235 

Stevens 

♦George Barker 1880 98 

♦James Crosby 1857 27 

Robert Benton 1890 136 

Sumner Wynne 1884 112 

Wilkins Brantley 1881 102 

♦William Arnold 1865 51 

Stewart 

Alexander McGinn 1904 194 

♦Edgar Eugene 1891 141 

Harold Stanley 1907 205 

Stillman 

Charles Qark 1904 195 

Stillwell 

John R 1886 120 

John Franklin 1885 116 

Stockton 

Fred Everett 1907 206 

Stoddard 

Darius Hicks 1867 56 

John Calder 1911 218 

Stoeckmann 
Carl F G. D. 1898 260 



Class. Page. 
• G. D. 1905 267 



Names. 

Stori 

Thomas .... 
Stone 

Eugene Wootton 1888 126 

♦James Brayton 1872 70 

♦John Frank 1878 91 

♦Orlando Burdett 1852 13 

Stott 

William Taylor 1868 60 

Stovall 

William Owen 1902 187 

Stracke 

Robert G. D. 1888 250 

Streeter 

Merrick Lyon 1910 215 

Strelic 

Karl G. D. 1899 262 

Strong 

Augustus Hopkins 1859 34 

Charles Augustus 1888 128 

John Hartridge 1908 209 

John Henry 1893 146 

Struckhoff 

*Henry G. D. 1885 246 

Strutt 

George William 1891 140 

Stumpf 

Johannes G. D. 1859 224 

Suevern 

Emil R G. D. 1894 256 

Sullivan 

Joseph 1895 154 

Sutton 

Dean Marvin 1909 213 

Swartz 

Franklin Pierce 1879 93 

Sweet 

Elnathan, Jr 1903 191 

Franklin Wait 1902 187 

Swift 
Emerson Lewis 1896 158 

SWYTER 

William Mekken . .G. D. 1902 265 



321 



Names. Class. 

Taft 

*Ed\vin Augustus 1869 

Erwin Brigham 1898 

George Wheaton 1889 

*SyIvanus Adon 1854 

Takagaki 

Sekijiro 1910 

Taylor 

*Charles LeRoy 1892 

*David Henry 1874 

*Ed\vard Glenn 1856 

Fred Elmer 1900 

James Monroe 1871 

Joseph 1901 

*Malachi 1855 

Walter Robert 1912 

William Carson 1887 

*William Frederick 1875 

*William Thomas 1889 

Tefft 

Lyman Beecher 1860 

Telford 

*Robert 1853 

Ten Broeke 

James 1887 

Tennant 

Albert Milton 1872 

Tenny 

Charles Buckley 1900 

Terry 

Benjamin Stites 1881 

Thanbyah 

Theodore 1874 

Thayer 

Lee Isaac 1901 

William Tower 1903 

Thiel 

Hermann G. D. 1884 

Thom 

James Alexander 1892 



Page. 

62 
168 
131 

19 

215 

144 

n 

25 
178 

67 
182 

22 
220 
122 

80 
132 

38 

15 
122 

71 
178 
102 

11 

182 
191 

245 



143 



Names. Class. Page. 

Thomas 

*Arthur Green 1857 28 

Henry Harrison 1882 106 

James B 1885 116 

Jesse Burgess 1855 23 

Thompson 

William Harry 1910 216 

Thoms 

*FriedrichJ G. D. 1863 227 

John Cyrus 1881 101 

Thomson 

Robert Anderson 1900 178 

Thomssen 

George Nicholas 1881 102 

G. D. 1876 238 

TiBBITS 

John Clark 1899 172 

Tiemann 

Carl Friedrich ...G. D. 1886 248 
Tietge 

Christoph Johann.G. D. 1890 252 

*William G. D. 1883 244 

Tilgner 

Albert Louis ....G. D. 1887 249 
Timbie 

Burtt Neville 1905 198 

Tingley 

Llewellyn Joshua 1888 127 

Todd '\ \ 

Adam Henry 1869 62 

William Peter 1898 168 

TOEWS 

Heinrich Franz . .G. D. 1907 269 
Tolliver 

William H 1908 206 

Topping 

Henry 1892 145 

TOZER 

*Robert Hall 1863 46 

TOUSEY 

*Alvin Walter 1865 50 

Towner 
Wm. Keeney 1905 201 



322 



Names. Class. Page. 

Traver 

Rnfiis Miles 1898 168 

Tr.wis 

Joseph Bingham 1889 172 

Treat 

Harry Hinman 1908 206 

Trenerry 

Alfred 1912 220 

Trick 

Robert Daniel 1895 154 

Trout 

George Wilson 1902 187 

Trover 

LeRoy Ellsworth 1904 195 

True 
*Benjamin Osgood 1870 65 



U, 



Ulmer 

Edward John 1903 191 

G. D. 1898 260 



Names. Class. Page. 

Trumpp 

♦Heinrich G. D. 1862 226 

Tyron 

Isaac C 1873 75 

Trzeciak 

Alexander G. D. 1862 226 

Tuck 

Edward Arthur 1889 131 

Tucker 

*Jamcs Judson 1860 38 

Turner 

♦Thomas 1866 54 

Tuska 
*Simon 1858 32 

TWING n^*'; 

Martin Walter 1886"' 118 

Underhill 
William Henry 1867 58 



V. 



Valkenaar 

Johannes Jacob . .G. D. 1866 229 
Vanderburg 

Frederick Augustus .... 1880 96 
Vanderlip 

*George Mairs 1853 16 

Van Deman 

Roy Leo 1899 172 

Van Dusen 

Albert Perlea 1909 212 

Van Gantzhorne 

J. W 1872 72 

Van Gerpen 

Daniel Wilhelm . .G. D. 1912 273 
Van Nostra nd 

Manning Eugene 1906 201 

Van Winkle 

George 1897 162 

Varney 

George Reuben 1897 162 



Vedder 

Henry Clay 1876 82 

Vermilion f^/| 

Jesse Virgil 1897 ' 162 

Villers 

Thomas Jefferson 1888 127 

Vince 

John Oliver 1903 191 

Vincent 

Paul Ernest 1908 209 

Vodra 

Herbert William 1904 195 

VOIGT 

Glaus Heinrich . .G. D. 1888 250 
Volck 
Frank Edmond 1906 202 

VOTH 

John C G. D. 1885 247 

John Heinrich ..G. D. 1906 268 
Vradenburg 

Judson 1873 75 



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Class. 


Page. 


Wagner 






George G. 


D. 1860 


225 


Wahl 






William Ludwig. .G. 


D. 1902 


265 


Wakefield 






Arthur Slaten 


....1911 


219 


Wilson Faron 


....1878 


90 


Waldo 






Harry Ralph 


. ... 1900 


178 


Waldron 






Francis Augustine J. 


...1893 


146 


Walker 






Edwin Sawyer 


....1858 


31 


John 


....1897 


162 


Wall 






Cornelius Walter. G. 


D. 1897 


259 


Wallace 






Ayerie Thomas 


....1909 


212 


James Eaton 


....1879 


94 


John Sherman 


....1904 


195 


Lewis F 


...1897 


163 


William Bordman . . 


...1893 


146 


Walling 






William Atkinson . . 


...1893 


146 


Walter 






Johnston Estep .... 


...1869 


63 


Waltz 






Arthur Beauchamp . 


...1903 


191 


Warburton 






Stacy Reuben 


...1902 


187 


Waring 






Harry Fish 


...1894 


150 


Warne 






Henry Allen 


. . . 1868 


61 


Warner 






Frank Edward 


. . . 1889 


132 


James Edson 


...1895 


154 


Louis Ulysses 


...1888 


128 


Warren 






George Kaveney . . 


...1907 


206 


Washington 






*Shadrack 


...1858 


32 



Names. Class. Page. 

Wasson 

Clarence Banjay 1897 163 

Waters 

George Henry 1899 172 

Waterbury 

*Norman Mather 1881 101 

Watrous 

*George Pomeroy 1854 18 

Watson_ 

*Edgar "Burton 1886 119 

David Ronald 1871 67 

William Douglas 1910 216 

Watt 

Alexander 1887 122 

Watts 

John Franklin 1898 168 

Weaver 

Amos 1869 63 

Webster 

*George 1856 25 

*Joseph 1863 46 

Wedel 
Heinrich Walter. .G. D. 1900 263 

*Peter Herbert 1894 151 

G. D. 1891 253 
Wedemeyer 

William George 1890 136 

Wegener 

Otto G. D. 1909 271 

Rudolph Traugott 1888 128 

G. D. 1888 250 
Weimer 

Jacob August ...G. D. 1882 244 
Weinhauer 

John Frederick 1904 195 

Weiss 

*Joseph G. D. 1858 224 

Welden 

Charles Richard 1899 172 

Werden 
Albert Drummond 1908 209 



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Names. Class. 

Wernick 

Heinrich 1877 

G. D. 1874 

Wesley 

Thomas Dammes 1901 

West 

James Samuel 1908 

William Ward 1889 

Westgate 

*Hollis Smith 1871 

Weston 
♦Charles Frederick 1859 

Joseph 1889 

Weyand 

Lorenzo Dow 1909 

Wharton 

George 1890 

Whitaker 

♦Daniel 1852 

Whitby 

Alfred Matthews 1910 

White 

Arthur Francis 1898 

Frank Johnstone 1901 

Obed Jacob 1887 

Whiteside 

Russell Basket 1908 

Whiting 

John Vivian 1888 

Whitley 

Julius Wesley 1912 

Whitmore 
♦Stephen Deroy 1881 

WiENS 

Franz Jacob G.D. 1907 

WiESLE 

Ernest G. D. 1907 

*Louis G. D. 1887 

WiGHTMAN 

Frederick William 1908 

Wilcox 

Daniel Webster 1855 

Wilkin 

George Francis 1876 



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236 

183 

209 
131 

67 

35 
132 

212 

137 

14 

219 

168 
183 
122 

210 

127 

220 

102 

269 

269 
249 

209 

22 

82 



Names. Class. Page. 

Wilkins 

Archibald Charles 1877 88 

Frank Lemoine 1879 93 

Wilkinson 
William Cleaver 1859 35 

WiLLEY 

♦Ambrose Franklin 1860 38 

Williams 

♦Albemarle Dwight 1857 28 

Andrew Elij ah 1881 102 

James Nelson 1853 16 

*John 1854 18 

John Jersey 1891 139 

♦John Loy 1885 116 

Wilson 

Eugene Merrill 1907 206 

♦Henry Woodburn 1883 109 

WiLTBANK 

Rutledge Thornton, Jr.. .1901 183 
Winchester 
Merritt Joel 1894 150 

Winton 
Hugh 1912 220 

Wiseman 

Benjamin Wilson 1891 141 

Witter 

William Ellsworth 1883 107 

Witthuhn 

♦Frederic 1886 120 

G. D. 1886 248 
Wolff 

Valentin G. D. 1902 265 

Wolter 

Ferdinand Gustav 1887 124 

G. D. 1887 249 
Wood 

George Thomas 1910 213 

Lawrence Adelbert 1904 195 

Leland Foster 1911 219 

Woodbury 
George Foster 1894 150 



325 



Names. Class. Page. 

WOODDY 

Claiborne Alphonso ....1884 112 
Woods 
*Charles Hervey 1883 109 

Perry Daniel 1908 209 

Worcester 

Alfred M 1875 81 

Work 

James 1863 45 

WORLEY 

Lewis Evans 1907 206 

Wrenn 
*George Lawson 1861 41 

Yates 

Robert Thresher 1886 116 

York 

John Gerald 1906 202 



Y. 



Names. Class. Page. 

Wright 

Fernando Cortez 1872 70 

Ora C 1898 168 

Robert Benton 1897 163 

Wesley P 1856 26 

WUERCH 

Edward G. D. 1900 263 

Wuttke 

Johannes A. H. . .G. D. 1897 259 
Wyman 

*Edward Allen 1863 46 

Wynne 

Robert John 1912 220 

Young 
Frank Henry 1888 127 



Zeckser 
Otto Friedrich ...G. D. 1871 233 

ZiRBES 

William J G. D. 1892 255 



ZUMMACH 

Carl Friedrich 1911 219 

G. D. 1909 271 

ZWINK 

David 1872 72 

G. D. 1871 233 



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