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ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
770.
737
MARY EDITH ORR (MILLAN)
Sister of Nos. xo8s and xo86
Born II June I867 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, I882-6;
B.P. M.P. I892.
Teacher of Art and Modem Languages in Academy, Stamford, N. Y.,
I886-7; Bellewood Seminary, Anchorage, Ky., I887-92; Stamford Academy,
since I893·
Married II July I893, Joseph Millan of Stamford, N. Y.
Resinence, Stamford, N.Y. t
771. GENEVIEVE OSTRANDER (PORTER)
Born 3 Aug. I864 at Danube, N.Y. Student from Ilion, N.Y., I882-6.
r <I> B. Ph.B.
Married I7 May I887, Wilfred W. Porter (No. 744, q. v. for further record)
of Syracuse, N . Y.
Residence, I7I7 W. Genesee St., Syracuse, N.Y.
772. ELLA MINERVA PARDOE (FORD)
Born I I Dec. 1863, at Oneonta, N. Y. Student from Oneonta, I883-5.
A <I>. B.Mus.
Organist and music teacher.
Married 26 Aug. I886, Arthur E . Ford of Oneonta, N.Y.
Child-HAROLDR., bom4July I887.
Residence, Oneonta, N.Y.
1883-6.
M.D.
*HENRY HALE PEASE
(See Faculty Record, College of Medicine.)
773· *ELLA PERRY · (PRICE)
Born 25 Dec. 1860 at Homer, N. Y. Student from Homer, I882-6. A <1>.
A.B. A.M. 1889. Ph.D. (Baker University) 1896.
Corresponding Sec. of the Woman's Foreign Missionary Soc., Kansas
City Dist., St. Louis, Con£., 1895Married I3 Oct. 1886, F. B. Price (No. 775, q. v. for further record) of
Kansas City, Mo.
Died 10 Feb. I903 at Rangoon, Burma.
I882--6.
A.B.
774· WILFRED WICKLIFFE PORTER
(See Officers of Administration.)
775· FREDERICK BEMAN PRICE
Born 26 Oct. I856 at Newark, N.J. Student from Newark, I882-6; ~ T.
A.B. A.M. I889. Ph.D. (Baker University) 1896.
Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor Arlington church, Kansas City, Mo.,
I886-1). Supt. City Missions, same city, 1889---93· Presiding Elder, Kan.
ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
1886
City Dist., St. Louis Con£., 1893-9. Pastor First M .•E. church, Joplin, Mo.,
1899--1901. Missionary to India. Pastor M. E. church, Rangoon, Burma,
1901-4. Supt. Burma District, 1903-6. Supt. Calcutta Dist., 1906-(}.
Principal American Meth. Institution, Calcutta, 1907-9. On furlough to
America, 1909.
Has edited "India Mission Jubilee," -Meth. Pub. House, Calcutta, 1907;
has also published numerous articles in Central Christian Advocate, Epworth
Herald, New York Christian Advocate, Indian Witness, and Burma Mission
Herald.
Married (I) I3 Oct. I886, Ella Perry (No. 773) of Homer, N. Y., who died
10 Feb. I903; (2) 4 May I904, Emma Stockwell of Murray, Ia.
Children-BERTHA MAY, born I7 Dec. I887; died I4 Jan. 1890.
ETHEL MAY, born 22 Apr. I890.
ARTHUR FREDERICK, born 8 Mar. I893·
Residence, Calcutta, India.
I882-6.
M.D.
776. GEORGE MERRIMAN PRICE
(See Faculty Record, College of Medicine.)
I882-6.
B.P.
777· ELMER JOSEPH READ
(See Faculty Record, College of Fine Arts.)
778. OLNEY ALBEE RETAN
Born 30 May I8S8 at Millerton, Pa. Student from Millerton, I882-6.
<I> !::. 9 . A.B. A.M. 1889.
Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at North Chemung, N. Y., I886--8;
New Albany, Pa., I888-9; Wellsburg, N. Y., I889-9o; Cuyler and DeRuyter,
N.Y., I89<r3; Benton Centre, N. Y., I893-5; Mec~nburg, N.Y., I895-7;
Springwater and Canadice, N.Y., I897-9; North Cohocton, N. Y., I899-I904;
Millerton, Pa., I904-6; Cicero, N.Y., I9o6-11 ; N. Syracuse, N.Y., since I911.
Has published World's Fair articles in the MiUerton Advocate; also other
contributions; a series of seven sermons on the "Seven Churches of Asia"
and other sermons and religious articles in the Buffalo Uplook.
Married 24 Nov. I886, Mary A. Sornberger of Seeley Creek, N.Y.
Children-NELLIE B., born 15 Sept. 1887. (No. 4472.)
GEORGE M., born 7 Sept. 1889.
HENRY WALDEN, born 8 June I 897,
Residence, N. Syracuse, N.Y.
779· *DAVID HALL RICE
Born 6 May 1841 at Penn Yan, N. Y. Student from Henrietta, N.Y., in
Genesee College, I863-5. 1 K. Completed course as non-resident. 'Y 1 .
A.B. A.M. I889.
Cotton planter in South Carolina, 1865-7· Lawyer at Savannah, Ga.,
1867-8; Lowell, Mass., 1868-73; Boston, Mass., I873-93·
ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
1886
739
Has published "Rice's Digest of Patent Law," Boston, I88o; "Eulogy
on Judge Nathan Crosby, deceased," I885, published by his relatives; "Philosophy of Protection," Boston, I892; besides numerous contributions in
Boston daily and weekly papers; also to the Home Market Bulletin and
other periodicals of social economics, mainly on tariff and protection issues.
Commissioner U. S. Court of Claims. Connected with N.Y. Vols. during
a few weeks of the war in I86r. He made a special study and practice of
Patent Law and was well known in his profession. He was also fond of
yachting.
Married 25 Feb. I868, Elizabeth H. Garland of Dover, N.H.
Children-LEPINE HALL, born 22 Feb. I87o (No. I094).
WILLIAM ALFRED . born 28 July 187I; died 2 Oct. I87I.
FREDERICK G., born 1872; died at two months of age.
Died 14 Oct. 1893 at Brookline, Mass.
780.
KARL SCHWARTZ
Brother of Nos. 6ss and 67 s
Born 2I Nov. I86I at Canadice, N. Y. Student from Cortland, N. Y.,
1882--6. 11 K E. A.B. A.M . I897· Ph.D. I909· Ph.D. (New York University) 1898.
Student of Theology at Berkeley Divinity School, Middletown, Conn.,
I88tH}. Clergyman, Prot. Epis. Rector Trinity church, Lowville, N. Y.,
1889-91. Senior Curate church of Zion and St. Timothy, New York City,
189I-8. Captain and Chaplain Ist Regt. N . Y. Vol. In£., Spanish-American
War at Honolulu, Hawaii Islands, I898-i).
Dean of the Cathedral of Our Savior, Syracuse, N. Y., Diocese of Central
N. Y., since 1899. This position confers the titl~. "The Very Reverend."
Has published "The Forces that Interfere to Prevent the Perpetuation of
Inherited Criminal Tendencies," New York, I897, a thesis for the doctorate;
various sermons and addresses.
Married 6 July I 904, Elizabeth Gill of Syracuse, N. Y.
Residence, 302 Hawley Ave., Syracuse, N. Y.
I883-6.
M.D.
78r. FREDERICK W. SEARS
(See Faculty Record, College o(Medicine.)
782. HIRAM RALPH SHOEMAKER
Born 30 May 1859 at Lanesboro, Pa. Student from Lanesboro, I882-6.
4> 11 e. A.B. A.M. 1890.
Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Navarino, N. Y., 1886-8; Mottville,
N.Y., I888-i)r; Lysander, N. Y., I891-3; Euclid, N. Y., 1893--6; Warners,
N. Y., r89tH}; Odessa, N. Y., I899-19oo; North Lansing, N. Y., r<)00-2;
Benton Center, N. Y., I902-4; jamesville, N.Y., I904-7; Kirkville, N .. Y.,
1907--9; Preble, N : Y., since 1909.
Married 29 D~c. I 886, Margaret K. Schneider of Syracuse, N. Y.
ALUMNI
740
OF
SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
I886
Children-EsTHER ELIZABETH, born 22 Apr. I888. (See Non-graduates.)
CAROLINE MARGUERITE, born 27 Feb. I8<)0. (See Non-graduates)
PAUL jAEGER, born 30 Mar. I896.
Residence, Preble, N.Y.
783. SAMUEL DAVID SOLOMON
Born 22 Mar. I863 at Mohawk, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y.,
1882--6. A.B.
Law student in office of Baldwin & Kennedy, Syracuse, N.Y. Student at
Columbia Law School, I887-8. Admitted to the bar at Utica, I888. Lawyer
at Syracuse since I888.
Sec. Masonic Board of Relief of Syracuse; Member of Grand Council of
the Home Circle; Knights of the Maccabees; American Order of Foresters;
the Harugari; the Standard Club; Vice-President of the Hebrew Free School
of Syracuse. Has devoted much time to fraternal societies. Official Examiner
o1 Titles since I909
Residence, 3I I W. Onondaga St,, Syracuse, N.Y.
784. SATURNINO FERREIRA DA VEIGA, ]R.
Born IO Feb. 1858 at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Student in Cornell University,
t88I-5. Student at Syracuse University, I885--6. B.C.E.
Residence, 117 R. do Ouvidor, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. §
785. GEORGE PRIEST WADSWORTH
Born I4 Sept. 1862 at Bennett's Comers, N. Y. Student from Fairfield,
N.Y., I882--6. 1¥ 1. A.B
Teacher at Searcy, Ark., 1886-7; Chamberlain Institute, Randolph, N.Y.,
1887-9· Principal Hayward Collegiate lnst., Fairfield, Ill., I889-93. In
business at Binghamton, N.Y., since 1893.
Married--- I889, Anna Seil of Randolph, N.Y.
Children-EsTHER, born 5 Mar. 1890.
jANE GRAY, bom---1897.
Residence, I3I Main St., Binghamton, N.Y.
786.
WILLIAM CHAMBERS WILBOR
Brother of No. 179 and of C. W. Wilbor.
See Non-graduates.
Born I8 May 1852 at Olean, N. Y. Student from Albion, N. Y., I871-3;
at Rochester University, I874-5; and at School of Theology, Boston University, 1875--6. 1¥ 1. A.B. A.M. 1888 and Ph.D. 1889 (Eng. Lit.).
Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Attica, N. Y., 1876-8; Pike, N. Y.,
1878-1); Mt. Morris, N. Y., I879-82; Dansville, N. Y., 1882-5; Le Roy,
N.Y., 1885-9; Buffalo, N.Y., Richmond Ave., I889-94; Olean, N.Y., I8941900; Hornell, N. Y., 19oo-2; · Plymouth church, Buffalo, N. Y., 1902-5Supt. of Blocher Home, Lockport, N.Y., 19o6. Supt. Buffalo Dist., I9o6-8.
Pastor Com Hill church,.Rochester, N.Y., 1<)08--q; Coudersport, Pa., I90<)-IO.
1886
ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
741
Retired,1910. Was a charter member of the Syracuse Univ. Glee Club at its
organization. A trustee of Syracuse Univ. since 1892. Life member American Institute Christian Philosophy, 1891. Member Amer. Assoc. for the
Advancement of Science, 1891. Has published, (1) Books: "Beauty for
Ashes," New York, 1896; "Our Guests," Smethport, Pa., 1896; (2) Pamphlets: "History of Methodism in Attica," 1878, "History of Methodism
in Mt. Morris," I882; "Memorial Sermon," Dansville, N. Y., 1884; "Conference Directory," LeRoy, N. Y ., I887. Also Editor Rochester University
Record, 1875, and of the Genesee Christian Advocate, I881. Edited The
Concert Quarterly, published in Buffalo, N. Y., I88I-3. Constant contributor
to secular and religious press. Lectured on "Influence of Association," Amer.
Inst. Christian Philosophy, 10 Aug. 189I, lecture being published in Christian
Thought. Lectured at Chautauqua, 1892, on "Cape Cod, its People and
Peculiarities,' and I893, on "The Spanish Armada." Has given courses at
Silver Lake Assembly on "The English Bible" and "American Literature."
Lectured extensively on "Humors of Travel," "The Sunday S9hool as as
Educational Institution," "The Dawn of the 2oth Century," etc.
Married I3 Sept. I876, Mary Mitchell of Addison, N.Y.
Children-WINONA, born 5 Aug. 1877.
ALBERT MITCHELL, born 25 Jan. I879·
LEON MITCHELL, born 29July 1887.
Residence, Williamsville, N. Y.
787. WILLIAM ABBOTT WILSON
Born I Mar. 1863 at Chenango, N.Y. Student from Binghamton, N.Y.,
1882-6. A 1. A.B . A.M. I890.
Teacher of Latin and Greek, Dickinson Seminary, Williamsport, Pa.,
1886-93. Principal High School (formerly Wallkill Free Academy), Middletown, N.Y., since I893·
Married 9 Aug. I892, Mary A. Peck of Mexico, N.Y.
Child-THOMAS ADAM, born 2 Feb. I897·
Residence, Middletown, N.Y.
788. DAVID WINTERS
Born 4 Jan. I842 in County Monaghan, Ireland. Student four collegiate
years in Canada. Completed course as non-resident. B.S.
Clergyman, Presbyterian. Pastor at Paterson, N. ]., 3d church, I872-4;
Philadelphia, Pa., Westminster church, I874-8I; Olean, N.Y., Ist church,
1881-4; Presbyterian church, Williamsport, Pa., I884-?
Has written numerous magazine articles and several pamphlets.
Married 4 Aug. I874, Roxannah Norris of New Haven, Conn.
Residence, Glenolden, Pa. §
1884-6.
M.D.
WHITING SWEETING WORDEN
(See No. 553.)
ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
742
789.
I886-1887
DANIEL FREDERICK YOUNG
Brother of No. 885
Born s Apr. 1866 at Shell Rock, Iowa. Student from Liverpool, N. Y.,
1882-6. B.C.E. M.D. (Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Chicago)
-1888. Physician at Phoenix, N.Y., since I889.
Married 6 Feb. I889, Nellie E. Chillingworth of Liverpool, N.Y.
Children-RALPH C., born 20 Oct. I889.
CARL F., born 2 Oct. I894·
RoBERT J., born 2 Mar. I896.
Residence, Phoenix, N. Y.
CLASS OF
790.
!887
MARY DIANTHE ALLIS
Sister of Nos. 1041 and 1438
Born 4 Oct. I866 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, I883-7.
K K r. A.B. <I> B K.
Teacher at Afton, N.Y., I887-9; High School, Syracuse, N.Y., 1889--<)I.
Proof,reader for Flood & Vincent, The Chautauqua Century Press, Meadville, Pa., I89I-3. Teacher in High School, Syracuse, N.Y., since 1893.
Residence, 802 Court St., Syracuse, N.Y.
791. JOHN SIDNEY BOVINGDON
Born IS Oct. I8S9 at Towanda, Pa. Student from Towanda, I883-7. ~ r.
A.B. LL.B. (Buffalo Law School) 1891.
Agent for Ginn & Co., at Kansas City, Mo., and· later at Chicago, Ill.,
I887-9· Student, Law School, Buffalo, N. Y., 1889--<)1. Lawyer at Buffalo,
1891-4. Member of firm of Bovingdon & Brown, General practice and Admirality practice in U.S. Courts. Entered employ of D. C. Heath & Co., in I894.
residing in Philadelphia until I896. Stockholder and general agent, I896-8.
Student of Agriculture at Cornell University, 1898--9. Spent years I898-I900
in California. On farm in Pennsylvania, I902-4. Removed to Seattle, Wash.
1904. Teacher, 1904-s. Engaged in building and real estate business, I90S7· In 1907 specialized in manual training and resumed school work in the
Seattle public schools. In charge of the work in the Ballard Manual Training
Center. Took ai Law School the Clinton prize for standing ($ISO) and the
Daniels prize for best th~is on Constitutional Law ($ISO).
Married (I} 20 July 1889, Nancy M. Laporte of Asylum, Pa., who died I8
Feb. I896; (2) 10 Aug. I898, Rosa' Fee of Camptown, Pa.; (3) I9 Aug. I90S,
Nellie Hillis of Rush, Pa.
Children-JOHN, born 29 June I89o.
GEORGE, born 23 Jan. I893; died 9 Oct. I904.
PAUL, born 20 March 1894.
NAN, born 23 Jan. I896.
FRANCIS, born 22 Oct. I900.
RALPH, born 7 Nov. I902..
GEORGE, born 14 June 19o6.
CHARLES, born 26 July 1907.
Residence, IS29 W.' nth Ave. \V., Seattle, Wash.
ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
743
792. ELIZABETH SARAH BRIDGEFORD (AMSDEN)
Born 2I April I866 at Cortland, N.Y. Student from Syracuse, N.Y., I8837· K K I'. A.B.
Teacher in High School at Athol, Mass., I887-9; High School (Latin),
Syracuse, N.Y., I889-{)I.
Married I Sept. I89I, Festus G. Amsden of Athol, Mass.
Children-FESTUS GILBERT, born 23 Aug. I904.
THEODORE MAXWELL, born 23 Aug. I904·
Residence, Athol, Mass.
793· GEORGE GRISWOLD BROWER
Born I7 June I86I at West Branch, N.Y. Student from Lee Center, N.Y.,
I883-7. ~ K E. B.S. M.S. I890. A.M. (Columbia) I9oo.
Teacher of Mathematics. Dickinspn Sem., Williamsport, Pa., I887-{)0;
same, Gen. Wes. Sem., Lima, N.Y., I89o-2; same, Cascadilla School, Ithaca,
N.Y. I892-I90I; Military Institute, Bordentown, N.J., since I901.
Married (I) I4 Aug. I889, Rose Edgerlie Pindar (No. 823) of Lima, N. Y.,
who died 9 Apr. I895; (2) 23 June I886, Eleanor S. Boice of Freehold, N.J.
Residence, Bordentown, N.J.
794· *EDWIN S. BUTTERFIELD
Born 17 Dec. 1840 at Montrose, Pa. Student from Syracuse, N.Y., I884-7.
M.D. A.B. (Yale). LL.B. (?)
Lawyer. Used his knowledge of medicine mainly in his law practice.
Practiced law at Syracuse, N.Y., for more than twenty years. Went to Denver, Col., I895; to Montrose, Pa., June I897, where he died of "Graves"
disease.
Died 7 Dec. I897, at Montrose, Pa.
795· MARGARET ELLEN CALDWELL
Born 3 June I865 at Vistula, Ind. Student from Bradford, Pa., I883-7.
I' <I> B. Ph.B.
Buyer for the china department of L. Emery, Jr., & Co., Bradford, Pa.,
Aug. I888-Jan. 1910.
Contributor to Youth's Companion, Sunbeam, Harper's Bazaar, St. Nicholas
and Ladies Home Journal.
Residence, 32 Jefferson St, , Bradford, Pa.
796. ELLEN FLORENCE CHAMBERLA YNE
Born I863 at Belfast, N. Y. Student from Olean, N. Y., I883-7. I' <I> B.
B.P.
Teacher of Art at Demill College, Oshawa, Ont., I888; teacher of Painting
at Gen. Wes. Sem., Lima, N. Y., faU of 1888. Had a Studio at Wellsboro,
N. Y., I886-{)3. Pastor's assistant, Monroe Ave. M. E. church, Rochester,
ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
744
I887
N.Y., I906-7(?). Private secretary at Fall River and Boston, Mass., I907-9·
Student in State Library School, Albany, N.Y., since I909·
Residence, Pittsford, N.Y.
797·
ERNEST N. CHRISTOPHER
Brother of No. 984
Born 2I Jan. I862 at Galena, Ill. Student from Whitney's Point, N. Y.,
I88~-7. M.D.
Physician at Union Centre, N. Y., I887--96; Union, N. Y., since 1896.
Health Officer, since 1897.
Married I2 Dec.. 1889, Eva C. Mix of Union Center, N.Y.
Children-AGNEs LuciNDA, born 21 Apr. 189I; died 17 Feb. 1895.
ERNEST RAYMOND, born 18 Feb. 1893.
LEE IRVING, born I8 Apr. I895·
WILLIAM joHN, born 9 Aug.' 1898.
EDITH PEARL, born 26 Nov. I90I.
Residence, Union, N.Y.
798.
MARY LOVINA COLLINS (LOGAN)
Daughter of Nos.
12
and
19
Born I9 Nov. I864 at Wolcott, N.Y. Student from Lyons, N.Y., I883-7.
r cl> B. A.B. A.M. I89o.
Teacher of Ancient Languages, Kidder (Mo.) Institute, · I887-8; of Anc.
and Mod. Languages, High School, Flushing, L. I., I888--9I; same, High
School, Orange, N. ]., 1891-2. Resided in Louisville, Ky., 1893-7. Teacher
of Latin and Science, High School, Lyons, N.Y., since 1899.
Married 31 Aug. 1892, Edwin Wilson Logan, M.D., of Orange, N.]., who
died 28 Feb. 1899.
Children-THADDEUS COLLINS, born 27 June 1893.
DoROTHY MoRRISON, born 31 Oct. 1894; died 14 May 1899.
Residence, Lyons, N.Y.
799·
CAROLINE HILL CRAWFORD
Sister of No. 897
Born 1 Aug. 1863 at Clarksville, Tenn. Student from Syracuse, N. Y.,
I882-7, four years. A cl>. B.Mus.
Teacher of Music at Bishopthorpe, S. Bethlehem, Pa., 1887--92; Gen. Wes.
Seminary, Lima, N. Y., 1892-4; Lyndon Hall, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 18941909; Sweet Briar College, Sweet Briar, Va., since I"909·
Residence, Sweet Briar, Va.
1884-7·
M.D.
Boo. WILLIAM A. CURTIN
(See Faculty Record, College of Medicine.)
801. KATE CUSHING (HATMAKER)
Born 22 June 1865 at Auburndale, Mass. Student from Rochester, N. Y.,
1884-7· r <I> B. B.Mus.
ALUMNI OF SYRACtl'SE UNIVERSITY
745
Teacher at Female College, Danville, Va., 1887-8; Female College·, Wheeling, W.Va., 1889-90. Tea&er of Music, Batavia, N.Y., 1891-2.
Married 15 Sept. 1892, Benedict Robinson Hatmaker (See Non-graduates)
of Syracuse, N.Y.
Children-THIRZA, born 10 Sept. 1896.
CusHING, born 11 Oct. 1898; died 31 Mar. 1900.
BENITA ROBINSON, born 13 Mar. 1900.
Residence, Schenectady, N.Y.
8o2. WILLIAM WARD DAMON
Born 5 Nov. -1864 at Cape Vincent, N. Y. Student from Seneca Falls,
N.Y., 1883-7. 'Yr. Ph.B.
Journalist. Has been successively, Telegraph Editor, Auburn (N. Y.)
Bulletin; City Editor, Springfield, (0.) Leader; Railway Editor, Kansas City
(Mo.) 'Star; Manager, Kansas City (Mo.) Journal. At present represents in
New York city Kansas City Journal, Syracuse Telegram, Syracuse PostStandard, Providence Telegram, Rochester HerpJd, Rochester Post-Express,
Sioux City Journal, Springfield Leader-De.mocrat, Erie Dispatch, Wilkes-Barre
News, San Francisco Post, Cleveland Recorder.
Has published many articles, inainly reviews. Author of a book "Journalism"
and "San Francisco Fire."
Married 11 June 1896, Mabel Searl of Syracuse, N. Y.
Children-MABEL MARIE, born 1898.
MuRIEL FoRD, born 1901.
Residence, Pelham Manor, N.Y.
Business address, 903--904 Tribune Bldg., New York, N.Y.
803. CHARLES E. DOUBLEDAY
Born 3 Apr. 1864 at Italy Hill, N. Y. Student from Penn Yan, N. Y.,
1884-7. 6. K E. M.D.
Student in College of Liberal Arts, 1883-4. Graduate student at Heidelberg
and Vienna, 1887--{). Physician at Penn Yan, N.Y., since 1890.
Married 7 June 1893, Elsie L. Kinne of Penn Y an, N. Y.
Residence, Penn Yan, N.Y.
804. ALFRED GREEN DOUST
Born 18 Mar. 1864 at Geddes, N.Y. Studentfrom Syracuse, N.Y., 1884-7.
M.D.
Student one year at Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill. Graduate
student, Post-graduate School and Hospital, N.Y. city, 1889. Physician at
New Hartford, N.Y., 1887--9; Kansas City, Mo., 1889; Syracuse, N.Y., since
1890. City Physician to 13th Ward, Syracuse, 1890, 1, 2, 3, 6; County physician to 13th Ward, 1890, S· Surgeon to Syracuse Fire Dept. since Apr. 1902.
Married (1) 25 Sept. 1889, Mary Louise Service of New Hartford, N. Y.,
who died 30 Mar. 1902; (2) 3 Feb. 1906, Belle Webb of Syracuse, N.Y.
ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
1887
Children-IRVING ALBERT, born 2 Nov. 1898.
MAUDE LILLIAN, born 2 Nov. 1898.
'RosABEL LIVERMORE, born 24 Nov. 19o6.
ALFRED WEBB, born 21 June 1908.
Residence, 302 Delaware St., Syracuse, N.Y.
8os. AMBROSE CHARLES DRISCOLL
Born 5 Dec. 1866 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1883-7·
<I> A e. Ph.B. and B.C.E. C.E. 1892
Civil Engineer in the employ of the Stateof New York, 1887-1897· Rodman, through Civil Service exam., promoted to Leveller in. 1889, to Asst.
Engineer in 1893, to Asst. Engineer in charge in 1894, to 1st Asst. Engineer
in charge in 1896-all on the Canals of New York State. Member of firm of
Kirk, Driscoll & Co., and John Dunfee & Co., 1897-1905. President of Hudson River Dock & Dredging Co., 1905-IO. Member of firm of Driscoll &
Butler, 1905-8.
Married 7 June, 1893, Helen Barbara Thurston of Alder Creek, Oneida Co,
N.Y.
Children-HELEN CATHERINE, born 19 June 1894.
AMBROSE CHARLES, JR., born 17 Mar. 1897·
GEORGE THURSTON, born 20 Nov. 1905.
Residence, 246 Guy Park Ave., Amsterdam, N.Y.
8o6.
WALTER SAMUEL EATON
Brother of No. 696
Born 29 Apr. 1860 at Montgomery, Vt. Student from Wilton, N. Y.,
1883-7. A r. A.B. S.T.B. (Boston Univ.) 1901.
Clergyman. Pastor Congregational church, Becket, Mass., 1887--()0.
Pastor Meth. Epis. church, Salem, N.Y., 1890-2. Pastor 1st Cong. church,
Station R., Boston, Mass., 1892-1903. Principal of Normal School, Orange
Park, Fla., 1903-5· Pastor First Congregational church, Wenham, Mass.,
since 1905.
Member of School Board, Sta. R., Boston, Mass., 1901. Member Board of
Trustees of Public Library, Wenham, Mass., since 1908. Spent summer of
1895 in European travel.
Has published "Hugh Peters," 1.908.
Married 5 July 1888, Fanny M. Widmer of Bennington, Vt.
Children-FREDERICK WIDMER, born 21 July 1892.
IRVING CUTTS, born 17 July 1896.
Residence, Wenham, Mass.
807. *EZRA GEORGE ELDREDGE
Born 27 Feb. 1866 at Penfield, N. Y. Student from Macedon Center,
N.Y., 1883-7. <I> K 'If. A.B.
Law student at Rochester, N.Y., 1887-8.
Died 23 Jan. 1892.
ALUMNI
1887
8o8.
OF
SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
747
WILLIAM YOUNG FOOTE
Brother of Nos. 298 and 852
Born 1 Feb. 1863 at Rome, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., four
years between 1881 and 1887. 11 K E. A.B.
Principal Union School and Academy, Marathon, N.Y., 1887-9· Teacher
of Latin, High School, Syracuse, N. Y., 1889-93· In the book business in
Syracuse, since 1893.
Married (1) 25 Dec. 1900, Celia von Schiller Heire of Cleveland, 0., who died
II Jan. 19oj; (2) I,'Dec. 1907, Mrs. Maie Sleight Becker of Brooklyn, N.Y.
Residence, Syracuse, N.Y.
B.P.
809. AGNES EMMA FOSTER
No record furnished.
810.
CHARLES WILLIAM HERMAN
Brother of No. 1o64
Born 11 Feb. 1861 at Fairville, N.Y. Student from Fairville, 1883-7. A.B.
Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Camillus, N. Y., 1887-92; Solvay,
N. Y., I892-5; N. Syracuse, N. Y., I895-9; Warner, N. Y., I899-1901;
Union Springs, N.Y., three last months of 1901. Farmer at Fairville, N.Y.,
since 1902, this change-necessary on account of complete nervous prostration.
Married 30 May 1888, Florence Webster of Wyoming, N.Y.
Children-KARL WEBSTER, born 20 Sept. 1895.
DOROTHY NETTE, born 4 June 1901.
Residence, Fairville, N.Y. (P. 0. address, Newark, N.Y., R. F. D. No.3.)
I883-7.
8II. FRANKLIN JAMES HOLZWARTH
A.B. (See Faculty Record, College of Liberal Arts.)
812. DE WITT SPINK HOOKER
Born 22 Sept. I863 at Rutland, Vt. Student from Syracuse, N.Y., I883-7.
11 1. A.B. A.M. I89o. B.D. (Drew Theol. Sem.) I891.
Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Manchester, N. Y., I89I-3; Morrisville, N.Y., I893-6; Auburn, N.Y., Trinity church, I896-8; Phoenix, N.Y.,
I898-I902; Onondaga Valley, N.Y., 1902-4; Penn Yan, N.Y., since I904.
Married I Oct. I896, Gertrude L. Jones of Morrisville, N.Y.
Child-DEWITT EvERETT, born 28 Oct: I897·
Residence, Penn Yan, N.Y.
8I3. CHARLES XERXES HUTCHINSON
Born 2 May I86I at LeRaysville, Pa. Student from LeRaysville, I883-7.
11 1. A.B. A.M. 1890. B.D. (Drew Theo. Sem.) I892.
Sunday SChool Missionary with theN. Y. StateS. S. Assoc., I887-9. Student at Drew Theol. Sem., Madison, N.J., I889-91. Clergyman, Meth. Epis.
Pastor at Elizabeth, N. J., 189I-95, the first year continuing studies also at
ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
I887
the Seminary. Pastor at Newton, N. J ., I895-I900; Hackettstown, N: J.,
I9oo-I; Wesley church, Paterson, N.J., I90I-S; Washington, N.J., 1905-8;
First church, Bayonne, N. J., since I908.
Has delivered many addresses in connection with Sunday School mission
work, and revised and edited the reports of the annual conventions from
I886 to I889.
Married (1) 7 Nov. I889, Annie M. Petrie of Plainfield, N.J.; (2) 30 Oct.
1902, Laura B. Smith of Brooklyn, N.Y.
Children-PAUL, born 10 Aug. 1890.
MARGARET, born 30 Nov. I894·
CoNSTANCE, born 10 Aug. I896.
CHARLES XERXES ,III, born 3 Dec. 1898.
RoBERT CRANFORD, born 25 Jan. I903.
ELIZABETH, born 3 Aug. I907.
Residence, Bayonne, N.J.
8I4. *GEORGE WASHINGTON KENNEDY
Born I6 May I862 at Hadley, N. Y. Student from Wells, N. Y., I883-7.
~ r. A.B. A.M. I890.
Principal Graded School,Fort Ann, N.Y., 1887-9; Fair Haven, Vt., 18~294· Salesman, 1894-6. Principal Union High School, Westport, N. Y.,
I896-8; Grammar School, No. 5, Troy. N. Y., I898-I902; High School,
Saratoga, Springs, N.Y., I902-{).
Married (I) IO July I888, Jessie L. Fonda of Rupert, Vt., who died- June
I896; (2) 2I Dec. I898, Lillie E. Fleeman of Fair Haven, Vt.
Children-LAURA E , born 4 Sept. I892.
MARY C., born.] Dec. I903.
Died 13 Jan. 19<">9 at Saratoga Springs, N.Y.
815. GRACE BELL LATIMER (MERRICK)
Born 23 May I866 at Elbridge; N. Y. Student from Weedsport, N. Y;·,
I 883-7. A 4>. B.S. M.S. 1893.
Teacher at Hartford, Conn., 1887-8. Student, Buffalo Normal Scho61;
.
1888-9, Teacher, State Normal School, Oneonta, N.Y., I889-{)6.
Married 14 Oct. I896, Frank W. Merrick (No. 819) of West Roxbury, .Mass.
Residence, 50 Spruceland Ave., Springfield, Mass.
8I6. ELIZABETH LEYDEN
Born 16 Feb. 1848 at DeWitt, N.Y. Student frcrn Eyracme, N.Y., 1883-7
I' 4> B. Ph.B. Ph.M. 1890.
Teacher, 1st Assistant, Barringer High School, Newark, N.J., since I887.
Residence, I98 Garside St., Newark, N.J.
1887
ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
749
817. JOSIAH HOLLISTER LYNCH
Born 6 Nov. 1863 at Exeter, N.Y. Student from Syracuse, N.Y., 1883-7.
!::. 1. A.B. A.M. 1890.
Clergyman, Prot. Epis. Rector, Guilford, N.Y., 1889-1892; Chicago, Ill.,
1892-5; Ottumwa, Ia., 1895-1906; Church of Redeemer, St. Louis, Mo.,
since I9o6.
Married 20 Jan. 1889, Mary E. Harbach of Bangor, Me. (?)
Children-HAROLD A., born 20 July 1890.
FREDERICK D., born I I Mar. 1893.
BEATRICE, born 26 Dec. 1894.
MARGARET K., born 20 Jan. 1903.
DOROTHEA E ., born 18 Nov. I904·
Residence, St. Louis, Mo.
B.S.
CLINTON DONALD McDONALD
(See No. 7I5.)
8I8. WILLIAM AUGUSTUS MEHAN
Born 25 Dec. 1855 at Stillwater,-N . Y. Student from -Mechanicville, N.Y.,
1883-7. 4>!::. 8. A.B. A.M. I894·
Law student at Ballston Spa, N. Y., 1887---93. Admitted to the bar at
General Term of Supreme .Court, Third Dept., held in Saratoga Co., N . Y.,
Sept. 1893. Lawyer at Ballston Spa, N. Y. Director First Nat. Bank of
B~ston Spa.
Married 6 Feb. 1894, Catherine L. Neary of Albany, N.Y.
Child-8EPHORA HELEN, born 7 May 1897.
Residence, Ballston Spa., N.Y.
8Iy. FRANK WILBUR MERRICK
Born 28 Nov. I863 at Steuben, N. Y. Student from Steuben, I883-7.
!::. K E. A.B. S.T.B. (Boston University) 1891. Ph.D. (same) 1901. D.D.
(Kansas GHy Univ.) 19o6.
Clergyman. Pastor Memorial Meth. Epis. church, Utica, N. Y ., 1887---9.
Student School of Theology, Boston, Univ., 1889---91. Ordained to the
ministry and installed over Trinity Congregational church, Neponset, Mass.,
1 May 1891-1 May 1893.
Pursued while pastor, graduate studies in Social
Science at, Andover Theol. Seminary. Pa.<;tor South Evangelical church
(Cong.), Boston, West Roxbury, Mass., 1893-1908. .Dr. C. A. Beckwith, now
Professor in Bangor Theol. Seminary was last preceding pastor of this church.
Pastor Faith church, Springfield, Mass., since 1908.
Has done graduate work and investigations in sociological topics, especially
industrial problems. Delegate to International Council of Congregationalists,
Edinburgh, Scotland, 30 Jun~ July 1908. Spent summer in Scotland, England and Greece.
750
ALUMNI
OF
SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
I887
Has published "The Individual in a Social Age," Methodist Review, I904;
"The Industrial Committee's Report," Na~. Council Cong. churches, 1904;
similar report, I907; also many articles in church papers.
Married I4 Oct. I896, Grace Bell Latimer (No. SIS) of Oneonta, N.Y.
Children-RUTH, born 10 July I898.
FRANCES, born I9 Jan. I904·
Residence, Springfield, Mass.
820. *ARTHUR E. MINK
Born 25 Dec. I863 at Lyons, N.Y. Student from Rochester, N.Y., I884"'-7·
M.D.
Physician at Rochester, N.Y., 1887--9; Hamlon, N.Y., 18<)0-1. Physician
at N.Y. City Insane Asylum, 1891-2; to King's Co. Insane Asylum, 1892-3.
Physician at St. Louis, Mo., 1894- . Professor Mental and Nervous Diseases,
St. Louis College of Physicians and Surgeons.
Has published papers "Parthenogenesis of Epilepsy," Buffalo, N.Y., 1888;
"Brain Localization and Psychiatry," 1894; "Pupillary Diagnosis," 1895;
"Symptomatology of Syphilitis Insanity," 1896; "The Treatment of Syphilis
of the Nervous System," 1896; "Syphilis of the Spinal Cord," 1898, etc. etc.
Married I I Dec. 1888, GussieL..Wood of Rochester, N.Y.
Children-L. MARIE, born 14 Sept. 1889; ·died 29 Dec. 18¢.
GRACIE Woon, born 22 Oct. 1892.
Died--. t
821. *HOWARD DIXON MITCHELL
Born II Jan. 1866 at New York, N. Y. Student from Hot Springs, Ark.,
1883-7· Z 'Y. B.C.E.
Employed in U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1887'--90. Asst. City Engineer, Hot Springs, Ark., 1890-I. Engineer-in-charge Construction Hot
Springs Electric St. Ry., 1893. Engineer-in-charge Government Improvement of the Hot Springs Reservation, 1896- .
Elected City Engineer of the City of Hot Springs, 1891, and re-elected each
year since.
Published a map of the city of Hot Springs, Ark.
Died about 1902 at Hot Springs, Ark.
822. HARTMAN L. OBERLANDER
Born 12 May 1864 at Waukegan, Ill. Student from Syracuse, N. Y.,
1883-7. M.D.
Physician at Syracuse, N. Y., and Jamesville, N. Y., 1891--2. Physician
to Indians at Eastern Cherokee School and Agency, Cherokee, N.C., 1893- .
Prominent as a ball player, 1887--91.
Married
1890, Jennie Possehl of Utica, N.Y.
Children-LILLIAN, born 1893.
HARTMAN, born 1896.
Residence, Crow Agency, Mont. t
THE GYMNASIUM.
1887
ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSiTY
751
823. *ROSE EDGERLIE PINDAR (BROWER)
Born 2I Pee. 1859-at Prattsburg, N.Y. Student from Lima, N.Y., 1883-7.
A 4>. A.B.
Teacher in Ten Broeck Free Academy, Franklinville, N.Y., I887'-9.
Married I4 Aug. I889, George G. Brower (No. 793) of Williamsport, Pa.
Died 9 Apr. 1895, at Rochester, N.Y.
824. EMELIE PUGHE (STRASENBURGH)
Born I2 Jan. 1865 at West Schuyler, N.Y. Student from East Schuyler,
1884-7. A 4>. B.Mus.
Teacher of Music in New York Institution for the Blind, 1887-8; same,
Fairfax Hall, Winchester, Va., I889-90. Director of Music, Gen. Wes. Sem.,
Lima, N. Y., 1889-92 and 1894-6. Student of Music in Vienna and Paris,
1892-4.
Married 27 Nov. I895, Dr. Frederick A. Strasenburgh of Lima, N.Y.
Children-CoNSTANCE, born 9 Apr . .I898.
PAUL FREDERICK, born 19 Sept. 1904.
Residence, Avon, N.Y.
825. ~MMONS HARVEY SANFORD
Born 7 Mar. I862 at Liberty, N.Y. Student from Oneonta, N.Y., I883-:-7·
t:. 1 . A:B. A.M. I89Q.
Law student in office of Knapp, Nottingham and Andrews, Syracuse, N.Y.,
I887-9. Lawyer at Syracuse, 1889-? In 1893 formed the firm of Sanford
& Elliott. At present lawyer at Claremont, Cal.
Married 12 Sept. I888, Jennie DeRemer Thorburn (No. -830) of Deckertown, N. J .
Children-JOHN DEREMER, born 20 Dec. I890.
BARBARA S., born I6 Aug. I893·
GERALD, born 6 Mar. I898.
Residence, Claremont, Cal.
826. CARRIE ELIZABETH SAWYER
Sister of No.
1026
Born 3 Nov. 1865 at Fulton, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N.Y., I883-7.
A 4>. A.B. 4> B K. A.M. I91o.
Teacher of Latin and Greek, High School, Syracuse, N.Y., 1888-93.
Residence, 700 University Ave., Syracuse, N. Y.
827. EVA GARNSEY SEAMAN
Born 4 Oct. 1846 at Arthursburg, N. Y. Student from Schenectady,
N.Y., 1883-7. A.R
Teacher, High School, Sandy Creek, N. Y., 1888-90; private teaching,
Ballston Lake, N.Y., I890-5·
Residence, 320 Westcott St., Syracuse, N.Y.
752
ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
I887
828. CLARA SMITH
Born 5 Feb. I866 at Manlius, N.Y. Student from Syracuse, N.Y., I884-7.
M.D.
Interne at Woman's Infirmary for women and children, New York city,
1887-8. Physician at Syracuse, N. Y., 1889-9I. Woman Asst. Physician,
Utica State Hospital, since I891.
Residence, State Hospital, Utica, N.Y.
829. HAMILTON TERRY
Born 24 Sept. I854 at Perry City, N. Y. Student from Marathon, N. Y.,
1884-7. .iKE. A.B.
Principal at Franklinville, N.Y., I887-1904· Supt. schools, since 1904·
Married .. - - 1882, CoraL. Tiffany of Marathon, N. Y.
Child-FREMONT L., born 1 I Jan. 1885; died I2 June I885.
Residence, Franklinville, N.Y.
830. JENNIE DEREMER THORBURN (SANFORD)
Born 15 Aug. 1863 at Malta, N.Y. Student from Spencerport, N. Y; and
Marcellus, N·. Y., I884-7. A <1>. Ph.B.
Preceptress of Academy, Lowville, N.Y., 1887-8.
Married 12 Sept. I888, Emmons H. Sanford (No. 825, q. v. for further
record) of Syracuse, N. Y.
Residence, Claremont, Cal.
831. WILLIAM CHARLES TODT
Born 30 July I865 at College Point, N.Y. Student from New York, N.Y.,
1884-7. M.D.
Physician at Oswego, N. Y., since I887. Health Officer, Oswego, N. Y.,
1888-9. Acting Asst. Surgeon, U. s, Marine Hospital Service, since I888.
Member Oswego Co. Med. Society; of Syracuse Academy of Medicine.
Married 11 Oct. I892, Margaret Cowles Lovejoy of Oswego, N.Y.
Children-ARTHUR LOVEJOY, born 29 July 1893.
ETHEL WEIDMANN, born I9 Apr. 1896.
WILLIAM CHARLES,_jR., born 9 Mar. I907.
Residence, Oswego, N.Y.
832.
P. ERNEST TURTELOT
Brother of No. 595 and son of No. 5205
Born 21 Sept. I858 at Herkimer, N. Y. Student from Herkimer, 1882-7,
four years. Ph.B. Ph.M. 1890.
Principal at Andes, N. Y., 1887-(}0. Representative of local newspapers,
Herkimer, N.Y., and Frankfort, N.Y., since I890.
Married 28 Feb. 1895, Lillian A. Kemp (see Non-graduates) of Delhi, N. Y.
Children-FRANCES A., born 20 Feb. I896.
BERMON K., born 7 May 1902.
Residence, Frankfort, N.Y.
ALUMNI
1887-I888
OF
SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
753
833. JENNIE EMMA WELLER (ARCHAMBO)
Born 27 July 1866 at LaFayette, N.Y. Student from LaFayette, I883-7.
K K r. B.Mus.
Te~cher of Music in Seminary, Bucksport, Me., I887-<JO.
Married 25 May 1892, F. W. Archambo of Phoenix, N.Y.
Residence, 125 W. Castle St., Syracuse, N.Y.
834. JENNIE LOUISA WHITBREAD (FRAMES)
Born 22 Dec. 1864 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, I882-7,
four years. A 4>. Ph.B.
Teacher, Juvenile Institution, New York, N. Y., 1887-<). Student of
Methods and Practice in Normal School, Classical Course, Oswego, N.Y.,
I889-<)0. Teacher of English Literature, Elocution and Physical Culture,
High School, Orange, N.J., 1890-3. Vice-Principal of same, 1892-3. Teacher
of English Literature, Girl's Latin School, Baltimore, Md., I893-7. Dean
of same, 1895-7· Teacher of English in Woman's College, Baltimore, I8971904.
Has studied at Oxford, Eng., Cornell and Harvard.
Married I4 Sept. 1904, Dr. W. Wayland Frames.
Child-PARKER WHITBREAD, born I2 Sept. 1905.
Residence, Woodbourne Ave., Govans, Baltimore, Md.
CLASS OF
!888
835. GEORGE IRVING ABBOTT
Born 12 Nov. 1864 at Sandy Creek, N.Y. Student from Hannibal Center,
N. Y. at Wesleyan University, 1884-6; at Syracuse University, 1886-8 ..
4>!). e. A.B.
Asst. Principal Graded School, Hannibal, N. Y., I888-<). Railroad Clerk
in Auditor's Office, R. W. & 0. R. R. Co., Oswego, N. Y., 1889-<JI. Bookkeeper, T. Kingsford & Son, Fdy. and Mch. Wks. Dept., Oswego, N.Y., since
I89I.
Married I4 Aug. 1889, Myrta M . Fordham, of Oswego, N.Y.
Residence, Oswego, N.Y.
1884 -8.
A.B.
836. *MARY ETHEL ABBOTT
(See Officers of Administration.)
837. FRANK GILES BANISTER
Born 24 Dec. 1864 at Watertown, N.Y. Student from Watertown, 18.8 2-8,
four years. !). 1 . A.B. A.M. 1891.
Teacher, Mexico, N. Y., 1888-<). Secretary Y. M. C. A., Binghamton,
N. Y., 1889-<)I; same, Harlem Branch, N. Y. City Y. M. C. A., I 25th St.,
ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
754
1888
since 1891. Traveled in Europe during 1894. Attorney and counsellor-atlaw, since 1900.
Married 18 May I892, Elizabeth E. Thompson of Carthage, N.Y.
Children-PAUL, born 23 Feb. 1900; died 7 May I900.
MARION ELIZABETH, born 5 Sept. 1901.
RoBERT THOMPSON, born 23 Ju11.e 1903.
HAROLD, born 23 May I 90S.
Residence, 420 Holcomb St., Watertown, N. Y. Business address, 5 W.
125th St., New York, N. Y.
838. JAMES PARKER BECKER
Born 2I Jan. I866 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, I884-8.
Z 'I". B.S. M.D. (Long Island College Hospital) 1896.
Physical DirectorY. M. C. A., Binghamton, N.Y., 1889; same, Brooklyn,
N. Y., I89o--4. Student at Long Island College Hospital, 1894--6. House
Surgeon of same, I896. Ambulance Surgeon to Board of Health, Brooklyn,
N. Y., Summer of 1896. Physician, Brooklyn, N.Y., since I896.
Valedictorian of his class at Medical Coll~ge, speaking on "The Progress
of Science."
Has read several papers on physical development at State conventions of
Y. M. C. A., as at Auburn and Lockport, N.Y. and Trenton, N.J.
Married 26 Oct. 1898, Grace Smith of Brooklyn, N.Y.
Children-ALBERT BRYANT, born 6 Aug. I900.
ANNA SAGER, born 28 Mar. 1905.
Residence, 1125 Bergen St., Brooklyn, N.Y.
839. WILLIAM EDWARD BLAIR
Born 30 Sept. I862 at Wellsboro, Pa. Student from Wellsboro at Allegheny College, I884-5; at Syracuse University, 1885-8. Z 'I". B.S.
Principal Graded School, Antrim, Pa., I888--<); High School, Tioga, Pa.,
1889--<)7; at Westfield, Pa., 1897-I905; Sheridan School, Tacoma, Wash.,
1905--6. Retired to fruit ranch since 19o6.
Married 26 June 1888, Della Boyce of Wellsboro, Pa.
Childret~-NATHAN D., born 7 Nov. 1889.
HAROLD W., born 20 Dec. I892.
Residence, Sehih, Wash. (R. F. D. No.2).
840.
THOMAS CHARLES BLAISDELL
Son of No. 4871
Bom 29 Aug. I867 at Oil City, Pa. Student from Greenville, Pa., at Allegheny College; from Titusville, Pa., entering senior class Syracuse University,
1888. <I> !::. e. A.B. A.M. 1891. Ph.D. (Univ. Pittsburg) 1905.
Teacher of Mathematics and English, Macon High School, Charlotte,
N.C., 1888-:-9; of Latin and English, Alexander Military Inst., White Plains,
N. Y., I889--<)0. Principal of Schools, Litchfield, Conn., 1890. Head of
J888
ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
755
English Dept., High School, Allegheny, Pa., I8C)0-6. Graduate student
and Assistant in Engiish Literature, University of Nebraska, 1896-7. Professor of Literature in _Normal Department, High School, Pittsburgh, Pa.,
1897-19o6. Professor of English, Mich. Agri. College, E. Lansing, Mich.,
since 1906.
Traveled in Spain and Italy, summer of I890.
Co-author of "Steps in English," Am. Book Co., I903. Author of "English
in the Grades," 1905; "Steps in English; Composition-Rhetoric," 1906;
various articles in school magazines. Editor "Semi-Centennial Celebration of
Michigan Agricultural College," I908.
Married 18 May 1893, Kate Christy (see Non-graduates) of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Children-MARY, born 25 June 1894.
THOMAS CHRISTY, born 2 Dec. 1895.
DoNALD CHRISTY, born I:< Aug. 1899.
WILLIAM MORSE, born 14 Sept. 19Cll.
Residence, East Lansing, Mich.
841. *CHARLES E. BOYNTON
M.D. No record furnished.
Died 12 Feb. 1906 at Redding, Cal.
842. MARY CLEAVELAND BRADFORD
Born 23 April 1847 at Grafton, Vt. Graduate of Mount Holyoke College.
Received degree on examination, 1888. Ph.B.
Teacher of Latin in Mount Holyoke College; at present, Chevy Chase
Seminary, Chevy Chase, Md.
Residence, Chevy Chase, Md., or 79 Center St., Rutland, Vt.
843. MARY FRANCES CALL
Born 24 March 1864 at Potsdam, N . Y. Student from Potsdam, 1884-8.
A 4>. - Ph.B. 4> B K. Ph.M. 1891.
Teacher, lves's Seminary, Antwerp, N.Y., I888--9; Academy, Ilion, N.Y.,
I889--9o; High School, Syracuse, N. Y., 1892-I908; North High School,
Syracuse, since Feb. I909·
Residence, 759 Irving Ave., Syracuse, N.Y.
844. ALICE CARTER (COOK)
Born· 8 April I868 at New York, N. Y. Student from Huntington, N. Y.
Graduate of Mt. Holyoke College. Received degrees on examination, I888.
Ph.B. Ph;}yL and Ph.D. 1888 (Botany).
Teacher of Botafiy, Mt. Holyoke Seminary, So. Hadley, Mass., I888--91.
Has published several articles on scien~ific subjects in Botanical Gazette,
Torrey Bulletin and Popular Science Monthly.
Married II Nov: I892, Orator F. Cook (No. 943, q. v. for further record)
of Clyde, N.Y.
Residence, Washington, D. C.
ALUMNI
845.
OF
SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
1888
FRANK STEPHENS CHRISTY
Brother of No. 941
Born :<8 June I866 at Allegheny City, Pa. Student from Allegheny City
at Allegheny College. Entered senior class, Syracuse University, I888.
B.C.E.
No record furnished.
846. CORNELIA MARIA CLAPP
Born--- I849 at Montague, Mass. Graduate of Mount Holyoke College. Received degrees on examination, 1888. Ph.B. Ph.M. and.Ph.D.
I889 (Zoology). Ph.D. (University of Chicago) I896.
Teacher of Zoology, Mt. Holyoke College, I889-93. Graduate student,
University of Chicago, 1893-6. Investigator at Marine Biological Laboratory, Wood's Roll, Mass., during summers I888-96. Professor of Zoology,
Mt. Holyoke College, since I896.
Has published "Some Points in the Development of Batrachus tau," in
Journal of Morphology, Vol. V. No. 3, I89I; "Lateral Line System of Batrachus tau," ibid., I896.
Residence, Mt. Holyoke College, South Hadley, Mass. t
I884-8.
B.Ar.
847. ARTHUR BRIDGMAN CLARK
(See Faculty Record, College of Fine Arts.)
848. ARTHUR CAREY CONNELLY
Born 5 Apr. I868 at New Salem, N. Y. Student from Kingston, N . Y..,
I884-8. 11 K E. A.B. A.M. I891.
Admitted to bar, I890. Lawyer, New York city, I89o-2; Kingston, N.Y.,
since I892. Clerk of the Surrogate's Court of Ulster Co., N.Y., t Jan. 1899I Feb. I909· Corporation Counsel, City of Kingston, N.Y., since I Feb. I909.
Organist St. James' M. E. church, Kingston, N. Y., 189o-I905. Organist
and choirmaster, St. John's Prot. Epis. church, Kingston, I906-8.
Married 26 Feb. I895, Pauline B. Webster of Kingston, N.Y.
Children-ARTHUR C., JR., born I Sept. I897; died I9 Aug. I898.
W. HARRY, born IS Nov. I899·
Residence, I7 4 Albany Ave., Kingston, N . Y.
849. DANIEL J. CONNELLY
Born I9 Mar. I858 at Cairo, N.Y. Student from Catskill, N.Y., I886-8.
M.D.
Physician at Saugerties, N.Y.·, I888; Kingston, N.Y., since I888. Physician and Surgeon to Kingston City Hospital.
Married--- I892, Mrs. Dr. J. H . D. Terwilliger of Kingston, N.Y.
Residence, Kingston, N.Y.
J888
ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
850.
757
FLORENCE MARY FARNHAM (OSGOOD)
Born 30 Oct. I866 at Bradford, Vt. Student from Bradford, 1885-8.
I' If> B. B.P.
Teacher of Painting and Modem Languages, Kinsev Seminary, Lagrange,
N. C., 1888--9. Student of Water Color Painting with W. N. Bartholomew
of Boston, three years, and with C. N. Sanderson of Boston, one summer;
at present student with A. W. Buhler, Boston, Mass.
President of Cong. Women's Home Missionary Union of Vermont.
Married IO June, I89I, Col. Edward G. Osgood of Bellows Falls, Vt.
Children-FLORENCE ELIZABETH, born 24 Mar. 1896.
EDWARD FARNHAM, born 18 Nov. 1903.
Residence, Bellows Falls, Vt.
851.
MILTON JOSEPH FLETCHER
Born 5 Oct. 1862 ·at East Guilford, N.Y. Student from Oneonta, N.Y.,
1884-8. A 1. A.B.
Principal Union School and Academy, Dryden, N. Y., 1888--94; Union
School and Academy, Unadilla, N. Y., 1894--9; High School, Jamestown,
N.Y., since 1899.
Married 25 Dec. 1889, Nettie Peirson Ferguson of Hume, N.Y.
Child-LOUISE EMILY, born 27 Sept. I890.
Residence, Jamestown, N.Y.
852.
ELIZABETH LOUISA FOOTE
Sister of Nos. 298 and 8o8
Born 23 Aug. 1866 at Rome, N.Y. Student from Syracuse and Chittenango,
N.Y., at Wellesley College, I884-6, and at Syracuse University, I886-8. A If>.
A.B. B.L.S. [Bachelor of Library Science] (University of State of N.Y.) I892.
Teacher, Union School, Canandaigua, N. Y., I888--(). Math. Examiner
in Regent's Office, Albany, N. Y., I889--90. Cataloguer and Asst. in State
Library, I89o-5. Cataloguer Baptist Historical Collection, Colgate University Library, Hamilton, N. Y., I894-6. During and since connection with
N. Y. State Library has been engaged in organizing, cataloguing, or assisting
in cataloguing libraries in various towns of the State of New York. Assistant, New York City Public Library, I897-I901. Instructor of Training
Class, same, since I90I.
Member Am. Lib. Assn., New York State Lib. Assn. (charter), N. Y. Lib.
Club (Sec.) and Women's University Club of New York city.
Has published "The Librarian of the Sunday School," Eaton & Mains, I897;
"Strengthening the Sunday School Library," The Sunday School Times,
Phila;, I903; also several magazine articles on library science.
Residence, New York, N.Y. (Address, N.Y. P11b. Lib.)
ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
758
I888
853. JAMES FRASER (or FRAZER)
Born 8 Dec. I839 at Doully, near Dunkeld, Scotland. Student at Knox
College, Toronto, and at Syracuse Univ. A.B. A.M. Ph.D. I889 (Chr.
Evid.). LL.D. (Washington College).
Student at Princeton Theol. Sem. Clergyman, Presbyterian. Pastor,
Kennett Square, Pa., I872-I883; Las Vegas, New Mexico, I883-8. Supt.
Home Missions, Las Vegas, I888-«J. Pastor, Havre de Grace, Md., I889-«JI;
Sparrows Point, Md., I89I-5. ProfeSsor of Languages, New Windsor College,
1895-9. Pastor, Dillsburg, Pa., 1899-I901. President of New Windsor
College, since 1901.
Was first Moderator of the Synod of New Mexico, when organized in
Albuquerque, New Mex., Oct. I889. At present Moderator of the Presbytery of Baltimore. Commissioner to the Gen. Assembly Presbyterian church,
Omaha, Neb., May I887; Los Angeles, Cal., May I903.
Has published a sermon in pamphlet form, ''Formation of Character," I893·
Married I2 Apr. I882, Ella McFarland of Kennett Square, Pa.
Children-JosEPH DouGLAS, born 11 Mar. I883.
WILLIAM WRIGHT, born 28 Oct. I884.
CHARLES JosEPH, born 20 Oct. I886.
jAMES WALLACE, born 26 Mar. I889.
Residence, New Windsor, Md.
854. CORA ADELLA HARRINGTON (OUT)
Born 13 May I865 at Brattleboro, Vt. Student from Syracuse, N. Y.,
1884-8. A <1>. A.B.
Married 23 Apr. I889, George Byron Out (see Non-graduates) of Syracuse,
N.Y.
Children~MARION PEASE, born 29 Sept., I891.
MILDRED THEODORIA, born 2 Dec. I894·
Residence, IO.'i Merriman Ave._, Syracuse, N.Y.
855.
MINNIE BELLE HARRINGTON (HESS)
Sister of No.
I 2 26
Born at North Manlius, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, I882-8.
B.P.
Private teacher of drawing ,a nd painting, Syracuse, N.Y., 189o-I9o6.
Married I5 Sept. 19o6, Herbert Hess of Syracuse, N.Y.
Residence, I 86 Holland St., Syracuse, N. Y.
856.
A <1>.
HERBERT HENRY HAWKINS
Brother of No. 6 I 8
Born 28 May I863 at Potsdam, N. Y. Student fro;n Potsdam, I884-8.
t:. KE. Ph.B.
Asst. Principal, Union School and Academy, Palmyra, N. Y., I888-«J.
Principal Union School and Academy, Deposit, N. Y., I889-91. Engaged
I888
ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
759
in mining in Wyoming and Idaho, I891-5. Secretary and Treasurer American
Tin Foil & Bottle Cap Co., Kingston, N.Y., I895-7. Editor and proprietor
Hamilton Republican, Hamilton, N.Y., since 1897.
Married 20 June I903, Mabelle W. Lane of East Orange, N.J.
Children-PRUDENCE APPLETON, born 8 Aug. I 90S·
PATRICIA WILLIAMS, born 20 Feb. 1909·
Residence, Hamilton, N.Y.
857. EDWARD EMORY HILL
Born IS Jan. 1863 at Fulton, N. Y. Student from Fulton, 1884-8. .1 1.
A.B. A.M. I891.
Principal High School, Tuscola, Ill., 1888--g; Teacher of Civics and Mathematics, Hyde Park High School, Chicago, Ill., I889-I907· Head of -Department of History and Social Science, Chicago Normal College, Chicago, Ill.
since 1907.
Has published "The Teaching of the Social Sciences in Secondary Schools,"
a paper read in the International Congress, Paris, 1900, and published in
Education; April 1901, also by U. S. Bureau Ed., 1900; "Teaching in high
schools as a life occupation for men" The Forum, June 1900; "The Value of
the Study of Society in Elementary and Secondary Schools," The Educational Bi-Monthly, Dec. 1908; book reviews for Science and Mathematics,
The School Review and The Educational Bi-Monthly.
Married-· - 1889, Rosa May Lester of Tuscola, Ill.
Children-RosA ELIZABETH, born 27 May 1892.
EUNICE MAY, born 8 Apr. I900.
Residence, 5411 Greenwood Ave., Chicago, Ill.
858. _HENRIETTA EDGECOMB HOOKER
Born 12 Dec. 1851 at Gardiner, Me. Graduate of Mt. Holyoke College.
Received degrees on examination, 1888. Ph.B. Ph.M. and Ph.D. 1888
(Botany).
Teacher at Mt. Holyoke College except during seven trips to Europe.
Student at Berlin University, 1888--g. Retired on the Carnegie Retiring
Fund, 1909
Has published, "From London to Down, the home of Darwin," Cosmopolitan; Illustrated article on "N~rway;" "Mt. Holyoke;" "Amusements
at Mt. Holyoke," Century Magazine ; "His~orical Sketch of Mt. Holyoke
College," New England Magazine; "Morphological Study of Cuscuta
Gronovii," Botanical Gazette.
Residence, South Hadley, Mass.
859. NEWELL EUGENE HULBERT
Born 12 Feb. I857 at Thompson, Ohio. Student from Thompson, 1884-8.
4> .1 e. A.B. A.M. 1891.
ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
~888
Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Bainbridge, 0. (Bissells), I888-()0;
Andover, 0., I89Chi; Colebrook, 0., 189I-4; Beverly, 0., I894-7; Welshfield, 0., I897-190I; Thompson, 0., I90I-4; Kelloggsville, 0., I904-7;
Greensburg, 0., since I907.
Has averaged more than four sermons per week.since I888.
Married (I) 27 Sept. I888, Emma J. Hardy of Chardon, Ohio, died I4 Dec.
1903; (2) 22 May I9o6, Nellie Hayward of Conneaut, 0., died I July I9o6.
Children-NETTIE CHARLOTTE, born I7 Oct. I889.
RoY TRUEMAN, born 22 Nov. I891.
EsTHER LAURA, born I7 Sept. I894·
;FREDERICK EPGAR, born I7 Nov. I896.
Residence, Greensburg, 0 . (P. 0., Lockwood, 0.)
M.D.
86o. LEONIE HURLIMANN
No record furnished.
861. MYRTA LEONTINE KENASTON (RUSSELL)
Born I6 June I868 at Lisbon, N.Y. Student from Syracuse, N.Y., I884-8.
r4> B. B.P.
Teacher of Art at Female College, Bordentown, N. J., I888-(). Traveled
for the greater part of the next three years. Student of Ceramic Arts under
Prof. Lycett. Secretary and later President of the Highland Park Literary
Club of New York State.
Married I3 Oct. I892, Thomas Andrew Russell of Buffalo, N.Y.
Residence, Shal6m, Kenmore, N.Y.
I884-8.
B.P.
862. FREDERICK CARR LYFORD
(See Faculty Record, College of Fine Arts.)
863. EDWIN CLARK MASON
Born 7 Nov. I862 at Oswego, N.Y. Student from Cayuga, N.Y., I884-8.
11 K E. A.B.
Reporter, Syracuse Herald, I888-(); Rochester (N.Y.) Democrat and
Chronicle, 1889-92; Rochester Union and Advertiser, I892-4. Advertising
manager Rochester Herald since I894·
Married 2I June I894, Eloise S. Cool of Syracuse, N.Y.
Children-DoNALD WESLEY, born I3 Nov. I896.
RoBERT, born IS Aug. I9o2; died 22 Sept. I903.
RICHARD, born I I June I904.
LOUISE, born 22 Jan. I906.
Residence, I6o Meigs St., Rochester, N.Y.
864. GEORGE HOLMES MAX\YELL
Born I6 April I864 at New Woodstock, N . Y. Student from Marion, N.Y.,
1884-8. 11 K E. A.B. A.M . 1891. LL.B. and LL. M. (Columbia University)
1892.
1888
ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
761
With Vacuum Oil Co., Rochester, N.Y., I888--9. Examiner in U.S. Patent
Office, I889--95· Patent lawyer, Bostonr Mass., since I895·
Married I Sept. I904, Carrie Baker Peck of East Aurora, N.Y.
Residence, 830 Tremont Bldg., Boston, Mass.
86 5. MARY BROWN MOORE
Born 15Nov. I865 at Weedsport, N.Y. Student from Weedsport, I884-8.
K K I'. B.S. M.S. I891.
Teacher at Hayward Collegiate Institute, Fairfield, Ill., I889--9I; Sauquoit
Academy, Sauquoit, N. Y., I892-3; High School, Naugatuck, Conn., I894·
Residence, Weedsport, N.Y.
866.
*JOHN HERMAN MURRAY
Brother of No. 867
Born 7 May I862 at Baldwinsville N. Y. Student from Hastings, N. Y.,
I88 4-s. <I> ~ e. B.S.
Principal High School, Apalachicola, Fla., 1888--9. Law student in office
of Hon. S. M. Coon, Oswego, N.Y., 1889--90. Prin. Union School and Academy, Smithville Flats, N.Y., I89o-4.
Admitted to the bar at Syracuse, N.Y., Nov. 1894· Lawyer at Cincinnatus,
N. Y., I895-1907. School Commissioner of the First District. of Cortland
County, I Jan. 1906 to time of death.
Married 26 Dec. I895, Jennie C. Hoag of Smithville Flats, N . Y .
Children-HELEN E., born 8 July I897·
CusHING H ., born--- 1899.
Died IO May 1907 in New York City Hospital.
867.
WILLIAM SMITH MURRAY
Brother of No. 866
Born 3 Sept. I86o at Phoenix, N . Y. Student from Hastings, N.Y., 1884-8.
<I>~ e. B.S.
M.S. 1892 (History).
Graduate student, 1888--9. Asst. Principal, Ives' Seminary, Antwerp,
N. Y., I889--90. Principal Union School and Academy, Liverpool, N . Y.,
I89o-3; Union School and Academy, Windsor, N. Y., I893-6; Graded and
Union School, Troy, Pa., 1896--9. Graduate student in Education and
Literature, Columbia Univ., 1899-1901. Professor and Director, Preparatory
Dept., Robert College, Constantinople, Turkey, I901-7. Graduate student
in History and Literature, Columbia University, 1907-10. Director of Prep.
Dept. of American College for Girls, Constantinople, since Sept. 1910. On
staff of public lecturers under Board Education .of New York city, I907--9·
Has published a paper on "Thomas Arnold," in 8th annual report of the
Educational Council of Onondaga; '·How to make Composition and Declamation Work Profitable," in 9th annual report of same.
Married - Aug. I888, Kittie C. Wood (see Non-graduates) of North
Urbana, N.Y.
Residence, Constantinople, Turkey.
ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
868.
I888
•AMELIA D. NIVEN
Daughter of D~ Didama, No. 4840
M.D. No record furnished.
Died---.
861). J. DAVIS OZMUN
Born 6 July I856 at So. Lansing, N. Y. Student from So. Lansing and
Ithaca, N.Y., I885-8. M.D.
Physician at Canajoharie, N.Y., I888-{)6. At New York Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat Hospital, IS¢; at Royal Ophthalmic Hospital, London and
Paris Hospitals, I897· Health Officer of town of Canajoharie, N. Y., I894
and I895· Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat specialist, Rochester, N.Y., since I897·
Married 27 Sept. 18&8, Clara F. Norton of So. Lansing, N.Y.
Residence, 35 Clinton Ave. S., Rochester, N.Y.
870. JESSIE TRUESDELL PECK
Born I4 May I863 at Kingston, N. Y. Student from Whitney Point,
N: Y., I884-8. K K I'. B.Mus.
Teacher of Piano and Organ at Yates, Pa., I888-9; Chicago, Ill., since
I889. Has large private classes. Studied piano with Martin Krause in
Leipzig, Germany, I897-8.
Has written long story for the Epworth League $ociety of Wesley M. E.
church, Chicago; two stories for Women's Foregin Missionary Society of
same church; has done some other literary work.
Residence, 27 4 Belden Ave., Chicago, Ill.
871. LYMAN CRANDALL PIERCE
Born 29 Sept. I857 at---. Student from Wolcott, N.Y., I882-8, four
years. d K E. A.B. A.M. I891.
No record furnished.
872. EVA DELIA CLOTHILDE POTTER (REMINGTON)
Born 7 June I86I at Webster, N. Y. Student from Webster, I884-8.
I' <I> B. B.S.
Instructor in Latin and Literature, Dover Conference Academy, I888-90.
Instructor Primary Dept., Union School, Webster, N. Y ., I 89o--I ; East High
School, Rochester, N.Y. since I900.
Has published an essay on "Count Leo Tolstoi," and in cooperation with
her sister, Miss Remington, translations from the German of short stories
and poems.
Married 2 Sept. I89I, Frederic Remington, M.D., a graduate of the Medical
Department of Harvard University, class of I888.Children-EZRA PoTTER, born 28 May I892.
FREDERIC REMINGTON, JR., born 25 Dec. I894·
Residence, 44 Quincy St., Rochester, N.Y.
i888
ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
873- WESLEY AMOS PRATT
Born 2 Dec. I864 at Pownal, Vt. Student from Manchester, Iowa, 1884-8.
II> K 'Y. A.B. A.M. I891.
Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor Redfield, N. Y., 1888; Potter, N. Y.,
1888--9; Amber, N.Y., I889-92; Borodino, N.Y., I892-5; Cicero, N.Y.,
1895-6; Victory, N.Y., I896-8; Sterling, N.Y., I898-9; New Hope, N. Y.,
1899--1902; South Park, St. Joseph, Mo~, I902-3; Grand Junction,, Colo.,
1904-5; Breckenridge, Colo., 1905-6; Trinity church, Waco, Tex., 1906-7;
Estancia, New Mex., I907--9; Santa Rosa, N.Mex., since I909·
Married 5 Sept. I892, Cynthia Hotchkiss of Amber, N.Y.
Children-MARY STUART, born I Aug. I893; died IO.Oct. I893·
IRENE H., born I Mar. I895.
CHARLES STUART, born 5 Nov. I897·
BROWNELL, born 31 July 19QO.
MARCUS W., born 3 Sept. I907.
Residence, Santa Rosa, New Mex.
874. HOWARD LINCOLN RIXON
Born 20 Jan. 1867 at Verona, N. Y. Student from Canastota, N. Y . ,
1884-8. tJ. K E. A.B. A.M. 1893. B.D. (Drew Theol. Sem.) I897·
Teacher in Cary Seminary, Oakfield, N. Y ., 1888--9. Clergyman, Meth.
Epis. Pastor at Peterboro, N.Y., I889-91; Nelson, N.Y., I891-4. Student
at Auburn Theol. Sem. and at Drew Theol. Sem., Madison, N. J., 1894-7.
Pastor at Camillus, N. Y., I895-6. Pastor at Moravia, N. Y., 1897-I<)oo;
Homer Ave. church, Cortland, N.Y., 1900-2; Tully, N.Y., I902-3; Marcellus, N. Y.,. 1903:-8'; Skaneateles, N.Y., since 1908.
Married 29 Oct. I903, Floy M. Thomas (No: 20I6) of Moravia, N.Y.
Residence, Skaneateles, N.Y.
875.
HARRY GRANT ROWLAND
Brother of No. 1324
Born I3 June I865 at Ulysses, Pa. Student from Wellsboro, Pa., in Allegheny College, 1884-5, and in Syracuse University, I885-8. Ph.B. Ph.M.
1891.
Law student in office of Hon. M. F. Elliott, Wellsboro, Pa., 1888--9. Teacher
in Public Schools, Wellsboro, Pa., I889-<)o. Admitted to bar for Pa., I89o;
for Washington State, 1891. Lawyer at Puyallup, Wash., I89I-5; Tacoma,
Wash., since May 1895. Engaged in mining in Northeastern Alaska, about
So miles east of Nome, part of year 1902. At present is a member of law firm
of H. G. & Dix H . Rowland (No. 1324), 310 Fidelity Bldg., Tacoma, Wash.
City Atty. of Puyallup, I896. Chairman Pierce Co. Republican Convention,
1896. On Republican ticket for Prosecuting Attorney of Pierce Co., 1896.
Ticket defeated. Prosecuting Attorney for Pierce County, Wash., 1907--9·
In I895 with three others, made a successful ascent of Mt. Tacoma (Ranier),
14,500 ft. high.
ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
I888
Has published essay on "Tide and Shore Lands," read before Wash. State
Bar Assn., I907, and published with the officilil record of the Assn. for that
year.
Married 26 June I899, Annette E. Clark of Tacoma, Wash.
Children-DEWITT CLARK, born 26 Sept. I900.
GERSHOM CLARK, born 5 Nov. I908.
Residence, Tacoma, Wash.
876. EMMA A. RUNNION (BUCK)
Born 3 Jan. I855 at Otisco, N. Y~ Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 1885-8
M.D.
Married 15 May I893, Rev. C. G. Buck of Syracuse, N:Y.
Residence, 33I Warren St., Syracuse, N.Y. t
I884-8.
B.S.
877- MORGAN RICH SANFORD
(See Faculty Record, College of Liberal Arts.)
878. WILLIAM GEORGE WASHINGTON SCHMIDT
Born 2:<. Feb. 1864 at New Ulm, Minn. Student from Mankato, Minn.,
I·886-8, having entered Junior year by certificate from Northwestern College,
Naperville, Ill. <I> K lV. Ph.B. Ph.M. I891.
Master of Modem Languages, Lake Forest (Ill.) Academy, 1888-90.
Instructor in Mod. Langs., N. W. Univ., Evanston, Ill., I89o-3. Instructor
in German, Lake Forest College, 1893-4. Professor of German in same,
I894-5. On leave of absence, student of Germanic Philology at the University of Freiburg, Germany, I895-6. Instr. in German, Univ. of Illinois,
Urbana, Ill., I896-7. Professor of German, Lake Forest College, since 1894.
Married--- I 888, Margaret J. Patterson of Hoddam, Ill.
Children-KARL P., born I9June I89o.
WALTER, born 25 Feb. 1892; died 2I Mar. I892.
GRACE HILDA, born 25 Aug. I896.
MARGARET, born--- 1900.
FRANK, born--- I902.
JoHN REIK, born---1904.
Residence, Lake Forest, Ill.
879. FRANK JUSTUS SCHNAUBER
Born I4 Sept. I865 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, I884-8.
<I> K 1V B.C.E. C.E. 1909.
Topographical Draughtsman, Syracuse Water Commission, 1888-g.
Rodman sth Ave. Elevated R. R., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1889. Asst. Engineer,
City Engineer's Office, Syracuse, I89o-2. Prin. Constr. Engineer City Eng.
Office, Syracuse, 1892-6. Deputy City Engineer, Syracuse, I896-I902.
City Engineer, Syracuse, Jan. 1902-Jan. I907. Private practice of general
engineering, Syracuse, since Jan. I907.
ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
1888
Married I2 July I898, Mina A. Burpee of Syracuse, N . Y.
Children-KARL B., born 4 Oct. I899·
HILDEGARDE, born 25 Feb. I903.
ENID, born 27 Oct. 1905.
Residence, I23 Ruskin Ave., Syracuse, N.Y.
88o. ROBERT JUDSON SCOTT
Born 29 Apr. I865 at Wheeler, N . Y. Student from Prattsburgh, N. Y.,
1883-8, four years. <l K E. M.D.
Student for one term in College of Liberal Arts, I883. Physician at St.
Joseph's Hospital, Syracuse, N . Y., 1888-<); Prattsburgh, N . Y., 1889-1904.
Cashier and organizer of Prattsburgh-State Bank, since I904. Engaged also in
other business pursuits. Health officer of town and village of Prattsburgh,
1892-7. Member Board of Education, Franklin Academy, PrattsburgH, since
1895·
Married I I June I890, Belle McCarrick of Prattsburgh, N.Y.
Children-KENNETH M., born I I Oct. I903.
J. RoBERT, born I3 June I9o6.
Residence; Prattsburgh, N.Y.
1886-8.
M.D.
JAMES HENRY SHULTS
(See No. 327.)
881. NELSON A. SLOAN
Born 10 June I863 at Bellona, N . Y. Student from ;Bellona, 1885-8. M.D.
Physician at Bridgeport, N.Y., 1889; Bellona, N . Y., I89o-3 ; Preble, N.Y.,
Jordan, N.Y., Rose, N.Y., Dresden, N.Y., I893-8; Lima, N.Y., I898-I900;
Pella, Ia., I9oo-4 ; Fairfield, Ia., I904-7; Abingdon, Ia., since I907.
Coroner of Town of Torrey, N . Y., I895. Physician to Village Board of
Health, I896. 'Passed Iowa State Pharmacy examination, May 1901.
Married 5 Sept. I894, Mayme A. MacLaury of Easton, Pa·.
Children-CLARENCE ORVILLE, born 20 Sept. 1897.
MARJORIE, born r6 Oct. 1899.
AMY, born I6 Sept. I902; died I 5 Nov. I902.
Residence, Abingdon, Ia.
882.
CARLOS D'ANDRADE VILLARES
Brother of No. 450
Born I865 at Oporto, Portugal. Student from Oporto, 1887-8, having
been admitted to senior class on papers from Polytech. School, Porto, Portugal.
B.C.E.
No record furnished.
766
ALUIINI OF
SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
I888-I889
883. HELEN MARY WARDWELL (HAWKINS)
Born I6 July I869 at Mannsville, N.Y. Student from Mannsville, 1884-8.
r 4> B. B.Mus.
Graduate student, I888-()6. Traveled in Europe.
Married IO June I896, Delmer E. Hawkins (No. I227, q. v. for further
record) of Syracuse, N.Y.
Residence, East Syracuse, N.Y.
884.
WILLIAM PLAISTED WESTFALL
Brother of No. 490
Born I7 July I866 at Geddes, N.Y. Student from Syracuse, N.Y., I884-8.
'Y 1. Ph.B.
Law student, I888-()o. Lawyer at St. Paul, Minn., since I89Q.
Married -29 Dec. I893, Sophia S. Gere of Syracuse, N.Y.
Child-WILLIAM PLAISTED, JR., born 7 July I896.
Residence, St. Paul. Minn.
885.
FRANK EDWIN YOUNG
Brother of No. 789
Born 6 Aug. I868 at Shellrock, Iowa. Student from Liverpool, N. Y.,
I884-8. B.S.
Lawyer at Syracuse, since I89Q. Member of firm of Jones, McGowan &
Young, and later of Jones & Young.
Married 7 Sept. I892, Lizzie D. Transue of Liverpool, N.Y.
Child-RAY TRANSUE, born 28 June I893·
Residence, I IS Kellogg St., Syracuse, N.Y.
CLASS OF 1889
886. *NELLIE ELVENA ANGELL (SEAMANS)
Born 6 Mar. I863 at Exeter, N. Y. Student from Ilion, N. Y., I88S-9·
r 4> B. B.P.
Teacher of Art in Female College, Wheeling, W. Va., I889-9Q. Supt. of
Drawing, teacher and critic of Methods in the State Normal SChool, Geneseo,
N.Y., I89I-3.
Married- June I895, I. C. Seamans of 327 Broadway, NewYotk, N.Y.
Died 2I Nov. I902 at Pasadena, Cal.
887. ALLEN ELI ATWATER
Born :<.2 Aug. I857 at Throopsville, N. Y. Student from Auburn, N. Y.,
I88S-9· 'Y 1. A.B.
General Secretary of theY. M. C. A. at-Saratoga Springs, N.Y., I889-94.
Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Ludlow, Vt., I894-6; Island Pond, Vt.,
ALUMNI
OF
SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
I8c)6-8; Barre, Vt., I898-IC)02; Cicero, N.Y., I902-5; Bellevue A,ve. M. E.
church, Syract1.se, N.Y., since I905.
Married II July I877, Elizabeth C. Robbins of Auburn, N.Y.
Residence, 311 La Forte Ave., Syracuse, N.Y.
888. WESLEY HAMILTON BENHAM
Born 1 Jan. I868 at Owasco, N.Y. Student from Syracuse, N.Y., I885--9.
Jl 1 . A~ B. A.M. 1892. B.D. (Drew Theological Seminary) 1892.
Fellow of Drew Theo. Sem. at Berlin University, 1892-3. Clergyman.
Pastor at Carmel, N. Y ., 1893-5. Assistant at St. Luke's Episcopal church,
Matteawan, N. Y., 1895--6. Rector of Grace Episcopal church, Galesburg,
Ill., 1896-8; St. Luke's church, St. Albans, Vt., 1898-I904;· St. John's church,
Detroit, Mich., 1905-7; Westminster church, Buffalo, N.Y., since 1907.
Has published "Trade and Trade Centers of History," 1907, New York.
Married (1) _2 Sept. 1896, Sue VanWycke Andrews of Fishkill, N.Y.; (2)
16 Oct. I907, Eva A. Thorp of Pass Christian, Miss.
Child-IsABEL HAMILTON, born 4 Aug. 1909.
Residence, 724 Delaware Ave., Buffalo, N.Y.
889. *HORACE WILLIAM BRITCHER
Born 29 Dec. 1867 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1885--9·
B.C.E.
Graduate student at Syracuse Univ. in Mineralogy and Zoology, 1689--90.
Same at Johns Hopkins University, in Biology, 1890--94· Laboratory Asst.
in Biology, Johns Hopkin~ Univ., 1891-3. Laboratory Asst. in Embryology
at same, I894· Graduate student in Biology at same ,1895--6.
Died 30 Apr. 1903 at Syracuse, N.Y.
890.
MARY ELIZABETH BURDICK
Sister of No. 891
Born 31 Dec. 1864 at Crown Point, N. Y. Student from Crown Point,
1885--9· A <1>. A.B. A.M. 1892.
Teacher, First Asst., Union School, Gowanda, N. Y., r889--91. Principal
High School, Bradford, Pa., 1891-2; Asst., Franklin Academy, Malone,
N. Y., spring term 1893; Asst., High School, Saratoga Springs, N. Y., fall
term, 1893. Graduate student in Teachers' College, New Yo~k city, I896-7.
First Asst., Columbus Latin School, . Columbus, Ohio, ·1897-8. Teacher in
colored school of Jacksonville, Fla., and at Fisk University, Nashville, Tenn.,
I899-ICJ02. Teacher of mathematics, High School, Rome, N.Y., since 19<)6.
Assisted Dr. W. J. Milne, Albany, N. Y., in the preparation of his series
of mathematical text-books, 1892-4; also in the completion of the Semi-Centennial History of theN. Y . State Normal College, I895·
Residence, Crown Point, N.Y.
768
ALUMNI
891.
OF
SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
I889
WILLIAM CLARK BURDICK
Brother of No. 890
Born 9 Feb. I863 at Crown Point, N. Y. Student from Crown Point,
I88S""9· A.H.
Engaged in agriculture, I889--93, preaching more or less at Hammondsville, N. Y. In I892 "supplied" Upper Jay and Keene, N. Y. Pastor at
Lock Berlin, N. Y., I893-4. Variously engaged, 1894-5. General County
agent for Wayne Co., N.Y., and vicinity for oxydoner "Victory," (a medical
instrument), I896. Engaged in temperance work, and in organizing the
Christian Citizen's Crusade.
Has published "Political Reforms," a pamphlet, I90I; "Christian Citizen's
Crusade;" a poem. "Life's Answer."
Residence, Lock Berlin, N . Y.
892. FREDERIC NEWELL BURRITT
Born 24 Dec. I866 at Weedsport, N.Y. Student from Weedsport, I88S""9·
4> K '1'. B.S. M.S. I892.
Banker at Weedsport, N.Y., since I890.
Married (I) 22 Jan. I89o, Emma Godfrey Beasley (see Non-graduates) of
Brooklyn, N.Y., died I904; (2) I908, Aurora Rivard of Minneapolis, Minn.
Child-GLADYS SEWARD, born 9 Dec. I890.
Residence, Weedsport, N.Y.
893.
LEVI SNELL CHAPMAN
Brother of No. 983
Born IS Oct. I865 at Fayetteville, N.Y. Student from Fayetteville, I88S9· d Y'. A.B. 4>.B K.
Law clerk to Board of U.S. General Appraisers, N.Y. city, I890.
Admitted to bar, 8 Sept. I891. Lawyer since I Jan. I892 at Syracuse, N.Y.
Of the firm of Newell & Chapman, sine~ I Jan. I893·
Member of Assembly for 3d Dist. of Onondaga Co., N.Y., I89S·
Married 30 N'ov. I892, Lucia Louise Pattengill of Whitesboro, Oneida Co.,
N.Y.
Children-ELLA LoUisE, born I9 Feb. I894·
CHARLES RANDALL, born 7 Sept. I897·
LUCIA MARIA, born 29 Sept. I905.
Residence, 3:<:I Westcott St., Syracuse, N.Y.
894. GEORGE WILLIAM CHURCH
Born 7 Oct. I86I at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Hamilton, N. Y.-,
I882-3 and I886--9. B e II. A.B.
Principal Union School, Dickinson Center, N. Y., 1889--90. Publisher of
Northern Observer, Massena, N. Y., I89o-2. Solicitor for Economic Fuel
Gas Co., Chicago, Ill., I892-4. Solicitor of life insurance, since I894·
Has published "Catalogue of the Birds of St. Lawrence County, N. Y.,"
1890; "Catalogue of the Common and Noxious Weeds," 1891; "Sollie of
the Parasitic Fungi," 1892.
Residence, Paw Paw, Mich. t
ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
895.
STEPHEN STILLMAN COBB
Brother of No. 7so
Born I8 July I867 at Manlius, N.Y. Student from New York Mills, N.Y.,
I885-9. ~ K E. A.B.
Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Schuyler and West Frankfort, N. Y.,
189o-93; Newport, N. Y., 1893-{); Morristown, N. Y., I896-c}; Norwood,
N. Y., I899-I902; Massena, N. Y., I9Q2-{); Chateaugay, N. ·Y ., I9o6-8;
Brandon, Vt., since I908.
Married I5 July 189I, Marguerite L. Gooding of Tomhannock, N.Y.
Children:_,..KENNETH LOYAL, born 25 Jan. I898.
WILLIAM GOODING, born 25 Sept. 1901.
STEPHEN ScoTT, born 20 May 1904.
GLENDON HOMER, born 21 Mar. 1906.
DoNALD MEREDITH, born I5 Jan. I908.
Residence, Brandon, Vt.
896.
EVERETT CLAYTON COUNTRYMAN
Brother of No. IOSO
Born 23 May 1867 at East Otto, N , Y. Student from Oakfield, N. Y.,
1885--9· II" 1. B.S. Ph.D. (Taylor Univ.) 1902.
Teacher of English Literature and Latin, Gilbert Academy, Winsted,
Conn., J89Q-I; .of Mental and Moral Science and German, Jennings Seminary,
Aurora, Ill., 1894. Admitted to the bar in New York State, 1894. Practiced
at Akron and Buffalo, N.Y ..• 1894-{). Publisher and editor of Gowanda (N. Y.)
Leader, 1896-1905. Lawyer and real estate dealer at Rochester, N.Y., 1906-c}.
Connected with State Excise Dept., Albany, N. Y., fall 1909. Appointed
Confidential Inspector in the department of the Fiscal Supervisor of State
Charities, Jan. 1910.
Admitted to the bar of N.Y. State, 1894, and practiced, 1894-{).
;Editor and publisher of the Gowanda Leader since 1896.
Edited when in college The Onondagan for '89.
Married 2 1 July I 897, Annab Sherman of Gowanda, N. Y.
Residence, io3 S. Swan St., Albany, N.Y.
897.
KATHARINE ARMISTEAD CRAWFORD
Sister of No. 799
Born 17 Nov. 1866 at Skaneateles Falls. N. Y. Student from Syracuse
I884-9. A<l>. B.Mus.
Teacher of Music at Cumberland Female Seminary, McMinnville, Tenn.,
J889-9Q.; Collegiate Institute, Shelbina, Mo., 1890-2; Carleton College,
Northfield, Minn., 1892-3; Clinton Liberal Institute, Fort Plain, N. Y. ,
1893-4. Student of vocal music, Syracuse University, 1894-5. Teacher of
Music at State Normal School, Millersville, Pa., 1895-{); Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pa., since 1896.
Residence, DeLand, Fla. t
no
ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
898. WILL BOWERS CROWLEY
Born 6 July I869 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, I88S"'9·
.1 K E. A.B. A.M. I896.
Law student at Syracuse, I889-91. Admitted to the bar of N. Y. State,
I89I. Lawyer at Syracuse since I891. The firm of Lewis & Crowley was
formed in May, I893, and still continues.
Residence; 700 Midland Ave., SYracuse, N.Y.
899. MARY AMELIA DAY
B.P.
No record furnished.
900· FRANCES LUCINDA DRAKE (PELLET)
Born 23 June I867 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, I88S"'9·
A 4>. A.B. A.M; I892.
Preceptress Wilson Academy, Angelica, N.Y., I889"'9b (Math. and Latin);
Academy, Watkins, N.Y., I89o-3 (Greek, Latin, etc.).
Married I6 Mar. I893> Frank Edwin Pellet of Paterson, N.J.
Children-MARY, born IO July 1898.
FLORENCE, born 5 Feb. I.90I.
FRANCES, born 26 Dec. I902.
Residence, -ISO E. Jist St., Paterson, N.J.
901.
I88S"'9·
A.B.
ERNEST ISAAC EDGCOMB
(See Faculty Record, College of Law, p. 477).
902. FRANK JAMES FARRINGTON
Born 26 Feb. I866 at La Fayette, N.Y. Student from La Fayette. I88S"'9·
4> K '1". A.B.
Admitted to the bar of N. Y. State, IO Sept. I89I. Lawyer at Syracuse
N, Y., I89I-I7 Apr. I905· Member of firm of Hoyt & Fa,rrington until the
death of Mr. Hoyt in 1897; later of the firm of Farrington & Walker (No. 684).
With Lawyers Title Insurance and Trust Co., New York city, since Apr. I 90S·
Manager o( Law Dept. of same, since I Dec. I909·
Married 3 Sept. I896, Mathilda Frances Garrity of Syracuse, N.Y.
Children-MARION FRANCES, born z June I897·
FRANKLIN jAMES, 3d, born 25 Aug. I898.
DOROTHY MAY, born 28 Oct. I908.
Residence, 63I E. I 68th St., New York, N. Y.
903·
NETTIE GERTRUDE FULLER (LEETE)
Sister of No. 757
Born 20 May I868 at Lima, N. Y. Student from Carthage, N. Y., I884-7·
and I888-:9. . i' 4> B. A.B. 4> B K.
Teacher of English, East Greenwich (R. I.) Academy, I 889"'9 1.
ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
1889
771
Married .28 July 1891, Frederick De Land Leete (No. 908, q. v. for further
record) of Utica, N.Y.
Residence, 519 Second Ave., Detroit, Mich.
904. JOSEPH LINCOLN GILLARD
Born 21 Apr. 1861 at Fairville, N.Y. Student from Fairville, 1885--9· A.B.
Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Benton, N. Y., 1889; Shortsville and
Manchester, N. Y., 1889--91; Pultneyville, N. Y., 1891-3; Middlesex and
Vine Valley, N.Y., 1893-7; Burdett, N.Y., 1897--9; Newfield, N.Y., 18991901; McGraw, N.Y., 1901-4; Wolcott, N.Y., since 1904.
Married 23 Feb. 1891., Clara M . Judd of Shortsville, N.Y.
Children-MARGUERITE SoPHIA, born 27 Mar. 1892.
MELVIN jUDD, born 22 Oct. 1893.
DOROTHA CLARA, born 30 Mar. 1902.
GRACE ELIZABETH, born 6 Mar. 19o6.
Residence, Wolcott, N.Y.
905.
LYMAN POTTER HITCHCOCK
Son of No. 76
Born 28 Dec. 1863 at Middlesex,. Yates Co., N.Y. Student from Warners,
Onondaga Co., N. Y., 1885--9· 'I" 1 . Ph.B. S.T.B. (Hartford, Conn.,
Theol. Sem.) 1892.
Clergyman, Cong. Pastor at Ellington, Conn., 1892-7; Schenectady, N.Y.
1897-1901; Alameda, Cal., 1901--9; West Side Congregational church,
Pasadena, Cal., since Feb. 1910.
Married 24 Aug. 1898, Susie Swits of Schenectady, N.Y.
Child-MoRTON Swns, born 11 June 1899; died 21 Oct. 1899.
Residence, 231 W. California St., Pasadena, Cal.
9o6. PAULINE JENNINGS
Born 1866 at Fulton, N. Y. Student from Fulton and Dunkirk, N. Y.,
1886--9. K A 8. B.Mus.
Organist of Trinity . M. E . church, Oswego, N. Y., 1891; Organist and
Choir master in a church near New York, 1892. In charge of the Department of Music in Peddie Institute, HightsTown, N. ]., since 1894. Student
of Harmony and Theory, New England Conservatory, Boston, one year;
student of the organ with Samuel P. Warren, New York, 1892. Has lectured
and given recitals in various universities, colleges and schools. Gave more
than sixty lecture-recitals in lecture courses of Board of Education of New
York city. Has been engaged for a course of lecture-recitals at Pratt Institute.
Has also appeared before many clubs of Nat. Fed. Women's Clubs and before
literary and musical clubs of New York and Brooklyn.
Has published articles in Music, Chicago, Aug. 1893, Mar. 1894, Mar. 1897;
theVocqlist, New York, Jan. Feb. and May 1893, Mar. 1895; in the Musical
Courier, New York, Oct, 1893; also reviews and critical studies on music in
nrious magazines.
Residence, 362 W. 57th St., New York. N.Y.
m
ALUMNI
772
OF
SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
I889
907· *JOHN DANIEL KEEFE
Born - Mar. I866 at Oswego, N. Y. Student from Oswego, I885--9•
.iKE. A.B. A.M. I894· S.T.B. (Boston Univ.).
Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor. Graduate student at Syr. Univ., I894-5.
Died--.
908.
FREDERICK DE LAND LEETE
BI'Qther of No. 1305
Born 1 Oct. I866 at Avon Springs, N. Y. Student from Homer, N. Y.,
1884-9, four years. .i K E. A.B. D.D, IC)OJ.
Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastoq1.t Utica, N.Y., Dryer Memoria.I church,
1888-«)I. General Secretary, Y. M. C. A., Utica, I89I-4. Pastor at Little
Falls, N. Y., First church, I894-8; Rochester, N. Y., Monroe Ave. church,
I898-IC)03; Univ. Ave. M. E. church, Syracuse, N. Y., IC)03--6; Centra.I
M. E. church, Detroit, Mich., since I9o6.
;IIas published pamphlets entitled "The Deity of Christ" and ;'The Law of
Perfection," Central Pub. Co., Detroit, Mich., IC)08; a book, "Every-Day
Evangelism," Jennings & Graham Pub. Co., Cincinnati, 0., IC)09.
Married 28 July I89I, Nettie Gertrude Fuller (No. 903) of Syracuse, N. Y.
Children-HELEN DE LAND, born 5 Apr. 1893.
jEANETTE FULLER, born 16 Nov. I894·
Residence, 5I9 Second Ave., Detroit, Mich.
909· *ELEANOR MAcALLISTER
Born 24 Dec. I864 (or I86g) at Milton, N. Y. Student from Newburgh,
N.Y., 1886-«). M.D.
Physician at Clifton Springs, N.Y., June-Nov. 1889; Willard State Hospital
for Insane, Dec. I88g-July 18C)O; · Buffalo Hospital for Insane, Sept. IBC)ONov. I89:<; Highland, Ca.tifornia, Dec. I892-Dec. I893; Redlands, Cat.,
Dec., I893--6. Physician State Hospital, Ward's Island, N. Y., for a time.
Returned to California on account of health.
Member Erie Co. Med. Society, I891; of Buffa.Io Microscopical Club,
1892; of San Bernardino Co. Med. Society, I894·
Delivered a lecture before the Woman's Industrial and Educational Union
of Buffa.Io, I4 Dec. 189I.
Died 8 Mar. I905 in San Francisco, Cat.
9Io.
NELLIE GRAY MciNTYRE
Sister of No. II 57
Born 7 Dec. 1866 at Batavia, N. Y. Student from Batavia, I885-9I'.CilB. A.B.
Teacher at High School, Batavia, N.Y., I889-92; Orange, N. ]., 1892-3;
Hornellsville, N.Y., I893-4; High School, Erie, Pa., I896-I900.
Residence, Batavia, N.Y.
1889
ALUMNI
OF
SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
773
911. WILLIAM HOWARD McKENZIE
Born 6 Sept. I867 at Newark, N. J. Student from Newark, I885-9· A r.
A.B. A.M. I892. M.D. (College of Physicians and Surgeons, N. Y. city)
18c}2.
Physician at Newark, N.J., since I892. County Physician, Essex -Co., N.J.,
I902-6 and since I908.
Residence, 942 Broad St., Newark, N.J.
9I2. GEORGE EDWARD MERRILL
Born 6 Feb. 1855 at Portsmouth, N.H. Student from Schenectady, N.Y.,
at Union University, 1885-7 and at Syracuse Univ., 1887-9• A.B.
Clergyman, Christian Church. Pastor at Memphis, N. Y., 1889; Troy,
0., 1889-91. Publishing Agent Christian Publishing Association, Dayton,
Ohio, 1891-6. Pastor Westerly, R . I., Broad St. church, 1896. Later
student at Oberlin Theol. Sem. and pastor North Olmsted (0.) Congreg;~.tional
church. Pastor First Cong. ch)lrch, Vermilion, 0; , since 1 Jan. 1904.
Married 28 Au~. 1883, Carrie B. Field of East Hounsfield, N.Y.
Child-MATIE MoRTON, born 16 Dec. 1888.
Residence, Vermilion, 0.
913.. NATHAN ADELBERT MONROE
Born 14 Apr. 1863 at Sennett, N.Y. Student from Sennett, 1882-9, three
years. M.D.
Interne at St. Joseph's Hospital, Syracuse, N. Y., 18c)o. Medical Supt.
Onondaga Insane Asylum, 1891. Physician at SyracuSe since 1895.
Married 26 Nov. 1891, Elizabeth Sahler of Stone Ridge, N.Y.
Residence, 426 James St., Syracuse, N.Y.
914.
1885-9.
Ph.B.
MARY J. O'BRYON (SIBLEY)
(See Faculty Record, College of Liberal Arts.)
915. PETER FREDERICK PIPER
Born 6 Aug. 1864 at Herkimer, N. Y. Student from Herkimer, 1885-9.
4> K 11'. B.S.
Special Agent Travelers' Insurance Co., 1890-1; of the .tEtna Insurance
Co., ·1892. Teacher of Geology, High School, Buffalo, N. Y., since 1894.
Professor of Geology, University of Buffalo, since 1907. Consulting Geologist
of Cobalt Region.
Has published "College Fraternities," Cosmopolit<J,_, 1897; "Secret Societies
in Women's Colleges," Harper's Bazaar, 1901; "Working One's Way through
College," Anglo-American Magazine, 1901; ".Eree Masonry," FeUowcraft
Press, Buffalo, 1904; "The Mineritl World," ·Boys and Girls Magazine, Jan.
1904; "The Story of the Earth," ibid., May 1904; "Some Strange Animals
of:the Past," ibid.; "The Geology of Cobalt," Buffalo Times, 1909,; "Cobalt,"
774
ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
I88c)
Syracuse (N. Y.) Herald, 1907; "Halley's Comet," Buffalo Express; and
articles for .Saturday Evening Post, etc.
·Married 28 Oct. I90I, Marcia A. Carpenter (See Non-graduates) of Syracuse.
N.Y.
Child-DOROTHY MARCIA, born 22 May 1897.
Residence, 85I Richmond Ave., Buffalo, N. Y .
9I6. CHARLES SEABURY ROBERTSON
Born 10 Apr. 1866 at Galway, N. Y. Student from Galway, I885--9I:J. Y'. A.B.
Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Lansingburgh, N. Y., I89o--2; West
Sand Lake, N ." Y., I892-3; Dalton, Mass., I893-6; Canajoharie, N. Y.,
18c}6- •
Married Apr. 1891, Elizabeth E. Holmes of Lansingburgh, N.Y.
Child-DoROTHY S., born Aug. 1895.
Residence, Portsmouth, 0. t
917.
JOHN BROWNELL ROGERS
Brother of Nos. 918 and 4089, and Son of No. 4696
Born 21 Apr. 1863 at Greenwood, N. Y. Student from Newfield, N. Y•.
1885--9. 1:J. K E. A.B. A.M. 1892.
Teacher of Nat. Science and .Higher Mathematics, Vermont Meth. Seminary, Montpelier, Vt., 1889--90; of Natural Science, High School, Erie, Pa.;
189o-2. Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at" Conquest, N. Y., 1892-5;
New Hope, N.Y., 1895-8; Freeville, N. Y ., 1898-1900. Supt. Instruction,
George Junior Republic, Freeville, N. Y., 19oo-4. Pastor M . E. Church,
Van Etten, N. Y., I904-6; Burdett, N. Y. Prin. High School, Freeville,
since 1909. President Erie (Pa.), Nat. Hist. Society, 189o--2. Secretary
Auburn District Conference since 1895.
Has published "The Genesee River;" in Science, Vol. 21, p. 121; "The
Preservation of Material" in Methodist Review, 1894, p. 643. Favorite
recreation-Microscopy.
Married 8 July 1891, Vesta 0. Clair of Yorks Corners, All. Co., N. Y.
Children-DANA CLAIR, born 4 June I892.
VERNER BROWNELL, born 18 July 1894.
DAviD D-ELOS, born 18 Sept. 1898.
HELEN ELIZABETH, born 27 Aug. 1900.
EDITH 0RMOLEE, born 19 Apr. 1905.
ALICE MARTON, born 19 Apr. I905; died I3 May I905.
Residence, Freeville, N.Y.
9I8.
LOWELL LINCOLN ROGERS
Brother of Nos. 917 and 4089, and Son af 4696
Born I4 May I865 at Willing, N. Y. Student from Newfield, N.Y.,
1885--9. I:J. K E. A.B. A.M. 1892.
Principal Union Seminary, Red Creek, N.Y., I88<)-9I. Teacher of Latin
•
i889
ALUMNI Of SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
775
High School, Erie, Pa., I89I-2. Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Youngstown, N . Y., I892-5; North Ridge, N. Y., 1895-8; Wilson and Fillmore,
N. Y., 1898-1900; Coudersport, Pa., 19oo-1; Rochester, N. Y., 1901-5;
Silver Springs, N.Y., 1905-8; Canisteo, N.Y., since 1908.
Has made a review of Starbuck's "Psychology of Religion" and of Curtis'
"The Christian Faith," both prepared and read for District Conference
programs; also a paper on "Evolution and The Atonement" read before the
Ministers Assoc. of Hornell, N.Y.
Married 22 Feb. 1893, Jessie Ruth Coe of Syracuse, N.Y.
Children-RUTH CoE, born 23 Nov. 1893.
VlNCENT jEROME, born 17 Sept. 1896.
HERBERT BROWNELL, born 19 May 1903.
LINCOLN LAVERNE, born 11 Feb. 1907.
Residence, Canisteo, N.Y.
919.
ARTHUR BURROWS ROOD
Born 20 Mar. 1864 at So. Cortland, N. Y. Student from So. Cortland,
1886-9. M.D.
Physician at Minoa, N. Y ., since 1889. Health officer of town of Manlius,
189(>-6 and since 1898. Physician to the poor since 1890. President Minoa
Improvement Assoc. since 1895.
Married 20 Sept. 1888, Martha Jane Hornbeck of Accord, N. Y.
Children-FLOYD HoRNBECK, born 5 Nov. 1890.
jEsSE EARL, born 14 July 1892.
ELLA M ., born 1 Feb. 1907.
Residence, Minoa, N.Y.
920.
EDWIN MERRITT SANFORD
Brother of No. 877
Born 12 Feb. 1864 at Cameron, N.Y. Student from Hedgesville, 1885-9.
<I> ~ 8. Ph.B. A.B. (Univ. Chicago) 1896. Pd.B. (Albany Normal Coll.)
1898. Pd.M. (N. Y. Univ.) 1909.
Principal Public Schools, So. Bethlehem, N. Y., 18~; of Private
school,_Fort Monroe, Va., 189o-1. Teacher of English, Military Institute,
Bordentown, N. J., 1892-3; of English and Latin, Cayuga Lake Military
Academy, Aurora, N. Y., 1893-5· Graduate Student of Latin and Greek,
University of Chicago, 1895-6. Student at Normal College, Albany, N. Y.,
1897-8. Principal High School, Argyle, N.Y., 1898-1904; Northport, N.Y.,
1904-6. Vice-principal, High School, Madison, N. J., 1906-9. Teacher,
Stevens Schoo,, Hoboken, N.J., since 1909.
. Has published "Memorial Day Address," Sandy Hill Herald, 1899;"Western
Travel" (series), same, 1901; "'Origin, Function and Direction of Play,''
New York Education, 19<>9.
Married ---1905, Harriet A. Robertson of Argyle, N. Y .
Residence, Madison, N . .T.
ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
92I.
I889
HATTIE TRAVIS SANFORD (McBURNEY)
Daughter of No. 82
Born 8 Sept. I863 at Clyde, N. Y. Student from Middletown, N. Y.,
I886-9. Ph.B.
Teacher of English and History, State Normal School, Oneonta, N. y.,
I889-90.
Charter member of New York Browning Society, organized in New York
city, I908.
Married 26 Nov. I89o, William B. McBurney of Passaic, N.J.
Children- jENNIE SANFORD, born 26 Feb. I892.
HOWARD BEATTIE, born 23 May I893; died I2 July I893·
IsABELLE ScoTT, born 10 Aug. I894·
DoNALD BEATTIE, born 25 Aug. I895.
Residence, 54 High St., Passaic, N.J.
I88S--9·
A.B.
922. *HENRY ORRIN SIBLEY
(See Faculty Record, College of Liberal Arts.)
923.
ALLEN MACY SMITH
Son of Prof. Wm. M. Smith
Born 26 June I864 at Manlius, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., College of Liberal Arts, I881-3; College of Medicine, 1886-9. M.D. A.B.
(Amherst) 1886. X <I> (Amherst).
Physician, Asst. at Willard State Hospital, 1889-90. Asst. Surg. U.S.
Army, since I89o.
Married 5 June I 892, Mary Irene Drew of Highland Falls, N. Y.
Child-RICHARD KEENE, born 26 Mar. 1893.
Residence, Manila, P.l. Address care Surgeon General, U.S. Army.
924. ANNA HEMANS SMITH
Born 28 Nov. 1865 at Ellisburgh, N. Y. Student from Collamer, N. Y.,
I88I--(), six years (two years in music). A.B. A.M. (University of Ohio)
I894·
Teacher at Jefferson (Ohio) Institute, 1889-90; Dickinson Seminary,
Williamsport, Pa., I89o-1; High School, Hornellsville, N.Y., I89I-3; High
School, Binghamton, N. Y., I893-7. Graduate student at Radcliffe College,
1897-8.
Residence, Collamer, N.Y.
925. ANNA POMEROY TERRY (WHITFORi>)
Born 28 Oct. I8q5 at Russia, N.Y. Student from Syracuse, N.Y., 1885--9·
r <I> B. A.B.
Married 28 Aug. 1890, Noble E. Whitford (No. 929, q. v. for further record)
of Syracuse, N. Y.
Residence, 864 Lancaster St., Albany, N.Y.
ALUKNI OF SYRi\CUSE UNIVERSITY
1889
777
926. MARTIN HENRY WALRATH
Born 26 Feb. 1863 at St. Lawrence, N. Y. Student from St. Lawrence,
1885--9· ~ K lJI'. A.B. A.M. 1893.
Principal Academy, Round Lake, N. Y., 1889--<)o; High School, Sidney,
N. Y., 181)0-I. Student at University of Berlin, Germany, 1891-2. Principal High School, Provincetown, Mass., 1892; Wallkill Academy, Middletown, N.Y., 1892-3. Vice-Prin. and Head Teacher of Classics, High School,
Troy, N.Y., 1893-7. Principal same school since 1897.
Married 29 June 1892, Caroline E. Morton of Hartford, Conn.
Child-MORTON TOMLINSON, born 2 Aug. 1901.
Residence, Troy, N.Y.
927.
CHARLES LORENZO WALSWORTH
Brother of No. 641
Born 21 Aug. 1867 at Great Barrington, Mass. Student from Ossining,
N.Y., 1885--9·
~ 1.
A.B. A.M. 1891. ~ B K. D.D, 1908. B.D.
(Drew Thelo. Sem.) 1893.
Director of Schools in Reformatory, Elmira, N. Y., 1889--<)o. Student in
Drew Theol. Sem., Madison, N. J ., 1890'-3· Fellow of Drew Theol. Sem.
studying in Tiibingen and Berlin Universities, 1893-5. Clergyman, Meth.
Epis. Pastor at Stone Ridge, N. Y., 1895-6; Cornwall, N. Y., 1896-1900;
Mt. K.isco, N.Y., 1901-2; First church, Yonkers, N.Y., 1903-7; St. Paul's
church, Middletown, N.Y., since 1908.
:M;arried2o Sept. 189o,Nettie May Campbell (No. 940) ofSenecaCastle,N. Y.
Children-DOROTHY STROUD, born 15 Mar. 1900.
CHARLES LYMAN, born 17 Sept. 1907.
Residence, Middletown, N.Y.
928. ANNA BELLE WEBSTER (GREENE)
Born 15 Nov. 1866 at Fabius, N. Y. Student from Apulia, N. Y., 1884--9·
K K I'. B.Mus.
Married 1895, William N. S. Greene.
Teacher of Music.
Residence, Apulia Sta., N.Y.
929.
NOBLE EARL WHITFORD
Brother of Nos. 551 and 976
Born 24 Apr. 1865 at Havana, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y.,
1885--9. ~ K E. A.B.
Civil Engineer on State (N. Y.) Canals, 1889--91 and 1896-1909, located at
Fulton, Minetto, Rome, Albany and Syracuse. With Engineering force of
Syracuse Water Board, 1892-6, located at Skaneateles, N. Y. and Syracuse.
With Engineering force for N.Y. State Canal Improvement, 1896, in charge of
section between Rome and Durhamville, Erie Canal, making preliminary
surveys, plans and estimates. In charge of improving Lock No. 49 at Syra-
778
ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
188g--I89<>
cuse, 1897. Engaged for short periods in U.S. Deep Waterways Survey, 1898;
municipal, county and private practice, 1898 and 1899; Rutland R. R.,
Vermont, 1901. At present, Resident Engineer, Barge Canal Improvement
Assoc. Member Am. Soc. of Civil Engineers. Member Soc. Engineers of
Eastern N.Y. and of Albany Soc. Civil Engineers.
Author "History of the Canal System of the State of New York, together
with Brief Histories of the Canals of the United States and Canada." Editor
of a monthly magazine, "Barge Canal Bulletin."
Married 28 Aug. 1890, Anna P. Terry (No. 925) of Syracuse, N.Y.
Children-MARIAN TERRY, born 27 July 1894.
ROBERT EARL, born 27 Apr. 1902.
Residence, 864 Lancaster St., Albany, N.Y.
930.
NELLIE MAROA WILMOT
Sister of No. 93 I
Born 27 Feb. 1868 at Champion, N. Y . Student from Carthage, N.Y.,
188 54). r <I> B. A.B. <I> B K.
Teacher of English, Steele's Private School, Hartford, Conn., 1889-90;
Ten Broeck Academy, Franklinville, N. Y., 1890-2; High School, Dunkirk,
N. Y., 1892-3; High School, Orange, N. J., 1893-6; Girls' Latin School,
Baltimore, Md., since 1896.; Vice-principal of same, since 1908.
Residence, Baltimore, Md.
931.
NETTIE LYDIA WILMOT
Sister of No. 930
Born 4 Feb. 1869 at Champion, N. Y. Student from Carthage, N. Y.,
1885-9. r <1> B. A.B.
Teacher of Latin and Greek, Canandaigua, N. Y., 18894)1; Schuylerville,
N.Y., 1892-3; High School, Orange, N.J., 18934); The Girls' Latin School,
Baltimore, Md., since 1899.
Residence, 2428 N. Calvert St., Baltimore, Md.
1885-:-9.
932. GORDON ALMOND WRIGHT
B.C.E. (See Faculty Record, College of Fine Arts.)
933·
LUCY SOPHIA BAINBRIDGE
Sister of No. 978
Born 23 Sept. 1869 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 188<M.)o.
A <1>. A.B.
Teacher of Classics and English in Academy, Hancock, N. Y. 1890-2;
Academy, Lowville, N. Y., 1892-3; High School, Rahway, N. J., 1893-4;
Oxford (Ohio) College, 1894-5~ Engaged in secretarial work in New York
city.
Residence,467 W. 152dSt., New York, N.Y.
ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
934·
779
*CHARLES HOWLAND BASSETT
Born 10 Dec. 1864 at Great Hill, Seymour, Conn. Student from Ansonia,
Conn., 1886-<)o. 11" 1. A.B.
Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Constantia, N.Y., 1888~1; Cleveland,
N. Y., 1891-3; Branchville, N. J., 1893-5; Paterson, N. J., Market St.
church, 1895.
Editor of the Frankfort Monitor, Branchville, N.J., 1893-5.
Completed two years of course at Drew Theol. Sem., Madison, N.J.
Married 26 June 1890, Kate J. Adams (see Non-graduates) of North
Manlius, N.Y.
Child-PAUL ADAMS, born 15 May 1892.
Died 8 Aug. 1895 at Paterson, N.J.
935·
*THEODORE ORVILLE BEEBE
Born 16 Jan. 1864 at Cutchogue, Long Island, N. Y. Student from Cutchogue, 1886-9<>. 11" 1. A.B.
Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Scriba, N.Y., 189o-1.
Married 13 Aug. 1890, Minnie Adell Mason (No. 961) of Geneseo, N.Y.
Died 4 Feb. 1891 at Scriba, N.Y.
936.
BYRON BRIGGS BRACKETT
Brother· of No. 937
Born 13 Aug. 1865 at Ira, N. Y. Student from Hannibal, N.Y., 1885--<)0,
four -years. A 1. A.B. ~ X. il> B K. A.M. 1893. Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins Univ.) 1897.
Teacher of Higher Mathematics in Dickinson Seminary, Williamsport, Pa.,
189o-2; of Mathematics and Mechanical Drawing, Collegiate Dept. Adelphi
Academy, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1892-3; Graduate student and Student-Instructor
at· Johns Hopkins University, 1893-7; studies pursued: Physics, Applied
Electricity and Mathematics. Instructor of Electrical Engineering, Union
University, Schenectady, N. Y., 1897-8. Teacher of Physics, Eastern High
School, Washington, D. C., 1898-1900. Electrical Engineer, Rowland Telegraphic Co., Baltimore, Md., 19oo-I. Instructor in Electrical Science,
Rutgers College, New Brunswick, N. J., 1901-3. Professor of Physics and
Electrical Engineering, Clarkson School of Technology, Potsdam, N. Y.,
1903~. Professor of Electrical Engineering, South Dakota State College,
Brookings, S. D., since 1909·
Has published, J. H . U. thesis on "The Effects of Tension and ·Quality o!
the Metal upon the Changes in Length produced in Iron Mines by Magnetization;" articles on the same subject read before the two Scientific Associations and published in The Philosophical Magazine and The Physical Review;
also various articles in The Electrical World, New York, The Electrical Journal,
Pittsburg, and other magazines. Member of the American Association for
the Advancement of Science; Associate Member of American 'Institute of
ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
Electrical Engineers. Member of Society for Promotion of Engineering Education. Member and President of St. Lawrence Co. Science Club, 1907-9·
Inspector of torpedo cable for Engineer Corps of U.S. Army during SpanishAmerican War.
Married 5 Dec. I9(>0, Tilla Wilson of Congdon, Ind.
Child-RICHARD THOMAS, born 9 Mar. I903·
Residence, Brookings, S. D.
937· CORA ANN BRACKETT (FISCHER)
Sister of No. 936
Born 22 June 1866 at Hannibal, N.Y. Student from Hannibal, 1886-(}o.
A <I>. AB ..
Teacher at Academy, Forestville, N. Y., I89o-I; High School, Syracuse,
N.Y., I89I-8.
Married 30 June 1898, Joseph T. D. Fischer (No. 663) of Syracuse, N.Y.
Residence, Phoenix, N. Y.
938. ANNA LOUISE BROWN (NASH)
Born IO May 1867 at Burdett, N. Y. Student from Ithaca, N.Y., I885-90.
K A e. "B. P.
Scientific artist of the Hopkins Seaside Laboratory and Stanford University,
1893-9, and illustrated most of the scientific publications of Dr. Jordan and
the professors in the Zoological Dept. as well as for the California Academy
of Science at San Fancisco. Also teacher of Drawing, Public and High
Schools, Redwood, Cal., 1898. Special Drawing Teacher, Public and High
Schools, Pomona, Cal., 1898-9. Teacher of Drawing in Normal School, San
J os~. Cal., and scientific artist at Berkeley, Cal.
Traveled in Europe, two years.
Married---, Herbert C. Nash, Librarian of Stanford University, who
died---.
Residence, 2320 Piedmont Ave., Berkeley, Cal.
939· ELLA LOU,ISE BRYAN (MOORE)
Born I I Jan. 1868 at Shekomeko, N. Y. Student from Shekomeko, I 886-(}o.
K K r. B.Mus.
Teacher of Piano and German in Wilmington Conf. Academy, Dover.
Del., I89o-3; of Piano in Philadelphia School of Music, I5II Girard Ave.,
Phila., Pa., I893-8; Ohio Mil. Institute, College Hill, Cincinnati, 0 ., 1898-9;
Carnegie Hall, New York and Madison, N. ]., since I899.
Married 30 June I898, Thomas Robinson Moore, Ph.D., of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Residence, 327 Lenox Ave., New York, N.Y.
940. NETTIE MAY CAMPBELL (WALSWORTH)
Born I2 July I867 at Canastota, N.Y. Student from Seneca Castle, N.Y.,
1887-90. A <1>. B.Mus.
ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE GNIVERSITY
Student of Music with Prof. Barth at Berlin, Germany, I893-4·
Married 20 Sept. I 890, Charles L. Walsworth (No. 927) of Ossining, N. Y.
Residence, Middletown, N.Y.
941.
*MARY ELIZA CHRISTY
Sister of No. 845
Born 5 Nov. I869 at Sewickley, Pa. Student from Allegheny, Pa., at Allegheny Coil.; at Syracuse Univ., I888-{)0. Ph.B.
Died I4 Dec. I900 at New Castle, Pa.
942. *JAMES SIMPSON CLARK
Born IO May I86o at Westfarms, Mass. Student from Seward, N. Y.,
t886-c)o. A.B.
Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor.
Died---.
943·
1884-90·
Ph.B.
1887?-{)0.
ORATOR FULLER COOK
(See Faculty Record, College of Liberal Arts.)
M .D.
944· SAMUEL BOYCE CRATON
(See Faculty Record, College of Medicine.)
945· HENRY DANZIGER, JR.
Born 3 Mar. I870 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, I887-{)0,
three years. <I> K lJ". A.B. Ph.D. I896 (Eng. bit.). <I> B K.
Law student at Buffalo, N. Y., I890. · Student with Baker, Schwartz and
Wake, Buffalo, N.Y.; at Columbia Law School, N.Y. city, I891. Admitted
to the bar, May I892. Lawyer at Syracuse, N. Y., in the office of Hon. T. E.
Hancock, I892-3. Member of the firm of Barnum & Danziger, I893'-7·
Practiced a.Ione, since I 897.
Has published, "Death as an Art End in Literature," Syracuse, N.Y., 1896.
Residence, 119 College Pl., Syracuse, N.Y.
946. LUCIEN ADELBERT DAVISON
Born I5 June I869 at Clay, N. Y. Student from Cigarville, N. Y., 1886-{)0.
B.P. A.B. I90I and A.M. I902 (Harvard Univ.).
Student in Europe, I892-8. Painter of Portraits. Teacher, St. . Paul's
School, Concord, N.H., and High School, Riverside, Cal., I898-I908. Rector
of St. James' church, Theresa, N.Y., since I908.
Married 25 Nov. I907, Genevieve Crain.
Child-PAUL ARTHUR, born 4 Sept. I908.
Residence, Theresa, N.Y.
ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
947· CARRIE MAY DIXSON
Born IS Dec. I865 a t - - - . Student from Syracuse, N. Y., I886-9o.
B.Mus. (See Graduate Courses.)
Teacher of Piano, Vocal Culture and History of Music.
Residence, I I o Fage Ave., Syracuse, N. Y.
948. ALICE SCOTT DUNN (THORNE)
Born 6 May I86g at Oswego, N.Y. Student from Syracuse, N.Y., 1886-90.
A 4>. B.P.
Married 26 June I895, Albert George Thome (No. 117,9, q. v. for further
record) of Buffalo, N.Y.
Residence, 256 W. 85th St., New York, N.Y.
949· EARLMAN FENNER
Born 4 Nov. I86o at Center Lisle, Broome Co., N.Y. Student from Center
Lisle, I884--90, four years. ~ K E. A.B.
Teacher at Peterboro, N.Y., I89o---I; Seminary, Caz.enovia, N. Y,, I89I-2;
High School; Flushing, Long Island, N. Y., I892-4; Sea Cliff, L. I., N. Y.,
I894-7; Binghamton, N. Y., I897-1902. Prin. High School, Matteawan,
N.Y., 1902-5. Prin. Madison School, Syracuse, N. Y., I90S-7· In business,
Hornell, N.Y., I907-8. Prin. Porter School, Syracuse, N.Y., since 1908.
Married 27 Dec. 1892, Maude C. Smith of Greenwood, N. Y.
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y.
950. SEYMOUR COE FERRIS
Born 7 Jan. 1867 at Decatur, N. Y. Student from East Worcester, N.Y.,
1886--90. 'Y 1. A.B. A.M. I893.
Student at Drew Theol. Sem., Madison, N. J ., 189o---1; Union Theol.
Seminary, N. Y. city, 1891-3. Asst. Pastor, Presbyterian church, Irvingtonon--Hudson, N. Y., I89I-3; Madison Ave. Reformed church, N. Y. city,
1893-4. Pastor at Gasport, N. Y., Cong. church, 1894-7; Buffalo, N. Y.,
Richmond Ave. Cong. church, 1897--9; Ogden Presbyterian church, Spencerport, N. Y., 1899-1904; Shortsville, N. Y., I904-8; Mendon, N. Y., since
1908. Ordained 8 Apr. I895 at Syracuse, N. Y., by the Presbytery of Syracuse. President Niagara Co. Christian Endeavor Societies, 1894-6. Commissioner from the Presbytery of Rochester, to the General Assembly, Los
Angeles, Cal., 1893. Has traveled extensively in United States.
Contributor tO various magazines.
Married IO Aug. I897, Carrie L. Kaynerof Gasport, N. Y.
Children-WENDELL KAYNER, born I Dec. 1903.
EDisON, born 6 Oct. I908.
Residence, Mendon, N. Y.
Ph.B.
951. ADALINE ELIZABETH GREEN
No record furnished.
189.0
ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
952. MARK AUGUSTUS HALEY
Born 29 Mar. I87o at Syracuse, N . Y. Student from Syracuse, 1886-90.
~ 1. B.P.
Designer and Modeler for the Onondaga Pottery since graduation.
Residence, 933 S. State St., Syracuse, N.Y.
953· EDITH WALTON HAMLIN
Born 1 Apr. I865 at Honesdale, Pa. Student from Honesdale, 1886-c)o.
I' <I> B. B.Mus.
Teacher of Piano, Voice and Harmony, Salida, Col., 1890-5; of Piano,
Philadelphia School of Music, since I895.
Has published "Exercises for the Development of the Fingers, Hands
and Arms," Istedition, Oct. 1903; 2ded., Sept. 1908, Philadelphia, Pa.
Residence, 15 I 1 Girard Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
954· *LENA CAROL HAMMOND (BANKS)
Born 2I Aug. 1869 at Port Jervis, N. Y. Student from Port Jervis, 1886-90.
K K 1'. B.S.
Active in W. C. T. U. work.
Married25June 189I, Dr. C. W. BanksofPortJervis, N. Y.
Child-HAROLD A., born 10 May 1892.
Died I6 Nov. 1895 at Port Jervis, N . Y.
955· WILLIAM A. JENNER
Born I Mar. I868 at Clyde, N. Y. Student from Clyde, 1886-c)o. ~ 1.
A.B.
Reporter on Anaconda Standard, Butte City, Mont., 1890-1. Teacher
of Latin, High School, Auburn, N. Y., 1891. Head of "Jenner's Private
School," Syracuse, N. Y., I891-I9o6. Instructor in Latin, Boys' High
School, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Married 26 Dec. 1894, Margaret Garnett of Syracuse, N.Y.
Residence, 5II W. I22d St., New York, N.Y.
956. MARY LAURA JUDD
Born 31 Mar. 1855 at South Hadley, Mass. Student from South Hadley.
Graduate of Mt. Holyoke College, I88o. Received degree on examination,
189o. Ph.B.
Teacher in Young Ladies' Seminary, at Northfield, Mass., two or three
y~ars. Professor at Mt. Holyoke College five years; at Maryland College,
Lutherville, Md., several years.
Member of Old Religious Education Assoc. and College Women's Club,
Washington, D. C.
Residence, South Hadley, Mass.
ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
957· ANNA ELIZABETH LEONARD
Born 1 Jan. I868 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 188~0.
A <1>. B.P.
Teacher, 189I, i894-5. Student with Professors Stewart and Scott at
Syracuse University, 1895--6. Traveled in United States and Europe. Has
been, successively, Recording Secretary, Registrar and third Vice-regent of
Daughters of American Revolution. Secretary of the Graduate Painters
Association of Syracuse University.
Residence, 7IO Lodi St., Syracuse, N. Y.
958.
188~.
Ph.B.
ISRAEL HARRIS LEVY
(See Faculty Record, College of Medicine.)
959· MORRIS SHELDON LORD
Born 22 June I867 at Smithville, N.Y. Student from Smithville, 1887-90.
M.D.
Student at Post Graduate School and Hospital, New York city, 1892; at
Polyclinic, New York city, 1893.
Married 31 Dec. 1895, Elizabeth P. Greene of Adams Center, N.Y.
Residence, 230 State St., Schenectady, N.Y.
96o.
FRANK JOSEPH MARION
Brother of ·No. 527
Born 25 July 1869 at Tidioute, Pa. Studentfrom Syracuse, N.Y., 1886-()0.
A KE. A.B.
Journalist. On the Syracuse Standard, part of the time as City-editor,
189o--6~ Advertising Manager for E. C Steams & Co., bicycle manufacturers,
Syracuse, N.Y., 1896-8. Withthe American Mutoscope Co., 841 Broadway,
New York, 1898. Manager of motion picture films and apparatus busine!;S,
since 1898. Founder and principal owner of Kalem Co., Inc., 235-239 W.
23dSt., New York city.
Has contributed articles to various magazines and New York papers.
Married 29 Sept. 1897, Florence LOuise Hall (Smith, '98) of Syracuse, N.Y.
Children-BEATRICE, born 25 June I898.
HAMILTON HALL, born--- 1901.
LoUisE, born--- 1905.
Residence, Sound, Beach, Conn.
188~0.
961. MINNIE ADELL MASON (BEEBE)
A.B. (See Faculty Record, College of Liberal Arts, p. 462.)
1887-90.
M.D.
962. *WILLIAM HENRY MAY
(See Faculty Record, College of Medicine.)
.1\LU.IO'II OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
963.
*CHARLES E. McLEAN
I887?-90. M.D.
Died---.
964. FRANK MEAD ROONEY
Born 27 May I86g at Newark, N·. J. Student from Bernardsville, N. J.,
1886-c)o. Be II. B.S. M.S. I897· LL.B. (N.Y. Law School) ICJOI.
Journalist. On N. Y. Commercial Advertiser; I89o; on N. Y. Evening
World, Reportorial Staff, I89<>-9· Clerk Supreme Court of Kings County,
since Mar. 1899. Admitted as an attorney and counsellor-at-law, 190i.
Married 14 Dec. I89I, Anna Beatrice Kendall of Syracuse, N.Y.
Child-RODERICK KENDALL, born I6 Oct. I892.
Residence, 253 Steuben St., Brooklyn, N.Y.
965. JOHN CORNELIUS SHOUDY
Born 4 Jan. I869 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1887-90·
M.D.
Physician at Syracuse, I89<>-'3; South Onondaga, N.Y., I893-6; Syracuse,
since IS96.
Married 4 Oct. I893, Edith Augusta Cornwell of Syracuse, N.Y.
Children-HENRY CORNWELL, born 8 June I904.
MARY IsABEL, born 20 Oct. I907.
Residence, I7o6 W. Genesee St., Syracuse, N.Y.
966. *ANNA GRACE SKINNER
Sister of No.
II03
Born 14 June I868 at Mexico, N. Y. Student from Mexico, I886-9o.
A 4>. Ph.B.
Preceptress Collegiate Institute, Andes, N. Y., I89I-2; Teacher of Latin
and Mathematics, Academy, Mexico, N.Y., I893.
Died 23 Dec. I894at Clifton Springs, N.Y.
967. MARY AMELIA SMITH (HOPKINS)
Born I6 Dec. I867 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, I886-9Q.
I' 4>B. B.P.
Married 22 June I 893, Charles E. Hopkins of Prattsburg, N. Y.
Children-EDWARD ERNEST, born 24 July I894·
HELEN HARRIET, born I9 June I897.
Residence, 8o8 Bellevue Ave., Syracuse, N.Y.
968. JAY WILBUR SOMERVILLE
Born I2 Oct. I86o at Johnsburg, N.Y. Student from Johnsburg, I886-9Q.
A 1'. A.B. A.M. I893· LL.B. (Kans. State Univ.) I899.
Clergym;1n, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Hutchinson, Kan., I89o-5; Lawrence,
Kan., Ist church, I895-9; Central M. E. church, Oskaloosa, Kan., I899-I907;
First M. E. church, Bloomington, Ill., I907-I9IO; St. Paul's Church, -Wicbita,
Kan., since I9IO'

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