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I A Register of the Officers 
and Students of the 
University of 
Alabama 



1831 — 1901 




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A REGISTE;R 



OFFICERS AND STUDENTS 






University of Alabama 



183 1-1901 



COMPILED BY 
THOMAS WAVERLY PALMER 




TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA 

PUBLISHED BY THE UNIVERSITY 

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Table of Contents 



PAGE 



Part I. Officers of the University, . . . 17 

Part II. Record of the Students, . . . .31 

Part III. Alphabetical Index of Students' Names, . 433 

Geographical Index of Living Students, . 470 

Part IV. Honorary Degrees, Society of Alumni, 
Attendance of Students, Enumeration, 

Addenda, ..... 499 



General Index 





PAGE 


Abbreviations, ...... 


31 


Alphabetical Index of Students' Names, 


433 


Addenda ........ 


505 


Attendance of Students, .... 


503 


Commandants, ...... 


29 


Dean of the Law School, .... 


22 


Enumeration, ...... 


504 


Geographical Index of Living Students, 


470 


Geological Survey, ..... 


30 


Honorary Degrees, ..... 


499 


Instructors, ....... 


26 


Land Commissioners, ..... 


21 


Librarians, ........ 


29 


Names Repeated, ..... 


32 


Presidents of the Board, ..... 


17 


Presidents of the University, .... 


22 


Professors, ....... 


23 


Quartermasters, ...... 


29 


Record of Students, ..... 


31 


Regents, ....... 


20 


Secretaries of the Board, .... 


21 


Society of the Alumni, .... 


503 


Supervisors of Julia S. Tutwiler Annex 


30 


Surgeons, .... ' . . 


29 


Treasurers, ....... 


21 


Trustees, ex-officio, ...... 


18 


Trustees, by appointment or election, 


18 


Tutors, ....... 


. 26 



PREFACE 

A REQUEST in 1895 from some members of the Board of 
Trustees and the Faculty and many of the Alumni induced 
the undersigned to begin the collecting of material for the publi- 
cation of a Register of the Officers and Students of the University 
similar to the one prepared by Professors Wyman and McCorvey, 
in 1878, of the Officers and Graduates with Titled Degrees. In 
the present book the names not only of those who have received 
degrees, but of every duly matriculated student from 1831 to 
1901, inclusive, are given. From the Register of 1878 and the 
publication of names elsewhere the list of Graduates with Titled 
Degrees was easily obtained, but the difficulty of establishing an 
accurate roll of those students who did not receive degrees has 
been found to be far beyond what had been anticipated. No 
catalogues for some of the earlier years were published at all and 
no copy of the printed catalogue for the year 1849 has been pre- 
served. The roll of students in most of the catalogues that are on 
file was found to be very inaccurate both in spelling and omission 
of names. Consequently a long search had to be made through 
the old Registration and Minute Books. Here unexpected diffi- 
culties were encountered. The writing in the first Registration 
Book, from 1831 to 1837, has become dim with age and illegible 
in many places; the Registration Book from 1870 to 1886 could 
not be found, and some of the others were poorly and inaccurately 
kept. Occasionally applicants for admission who were not 
admitted had signed their names in the Matriculation Book. No 
record was made of this fact and their names were published in 
the annual Catalogue. I have gone over the entire roll five or six 
times, comparing and checking it with information from every 
obtainable source, throwing out such as were proved not to be 
matriculates, and in a few cases inserting some where the evidence 
was unmistakable that they were students though their names 
did not appear upon any of the records. It is believed now that 
the list is fairly accurate, though some names may have been 
rejected that should have been retained, and vice versa, and it is 
possible that a few may have been overlooked altogether. 

In 1897 Mr. J. H. Johnson (U. of A., 1881), Superintendent 



Preface 

of the Deaf and Blind Institute at Talladega, with the aid of the 
pupils of the institute, published, free of cost, a list of the matricu- 
lates of this University from 1870 to 1897. The distribution of 
this pamphlet created much interest in the compilation of the 
present Register, and led to the correction of many errors and the 
insertion of omitted names and, indirectly, to the discovery of 
many other important facts. 

It was soon recognized that a compilation of this kind would 
require much labor in its preparation, and I felt justified in going 
a little farther than Professors Wyman and McCorvey in 1878 
in the collection of additional data that would be interesting and 
specially useful to any one who may wish hereafter to prepare a 
fuller sketch of any students. Besides the original and last resi- 
dence, vocation, positions held in army. State or church, author- 
ship of publications, membership in learned societies, there have 
been added date of admission, name of father, maiden name of 
mother, date of birth; if married, the maiden name of wife, and 
if deceased, the exact date of death. 

In order to economize space and at the same time to bring out 
prominently the most important facts that are generally desired, 
the full name, degree or class at this University, vocation and 
the present or last address are printed in large type in one line. 
Below this are given in small type, in the following order, date 
of admission, home address while a student, name of father, 
maiden name of mother, date of birth, degrees from or attend- 
ance at other institutions, official stations in chronological order; 
if married, maiden name of wife, and finally, if deceased, date 
of death. Part II, therefore, is really a brief biographical diction- 
ary of the matriculates of this University. 

An earnest effort was made to get these facts directly from the 
parties themselves or their representatives, but for the want of 
proper addresses and the indifference of many, the task has been 
most difficult. Whenever it was impossible to get the facts imme- 
diately from the parties themselves or their representatives, I have 
taken freely the data as found in the Register of 1878, Brewer's 
Alabama, Garrett's Public Men in Alabama, Saunder's Early 
Settlers in Alabama, various fraternity catalogues, general cata- 
logues or registers of other institutions and other works of 
reference and in the columns of various daily and weekly news- 
papers of the State. 



Preface 

The main feature of the work being the compilation of the 
record of the students, the names only of the officers and their 
time of service and the names of recipients of honorary degrees 
and dates of the degrees are given. 

Mr. Alto Velo Lee, Jr., Fellow and Graduate Student, 1898-99, 
and Mr. William Hubbard White, Fellow^ and Graduate Student, 
1899-1900, assisted me in compiling and revising the lists of 
names. During the summer vacation of 1900, Mr. Griffin Lam- 
kin, private secretary of the President, assisted in correspondence 
and in the recording of statistics of Part IL Miss Helen Jones 
has made a large part of the final typewritten copy for the press. 
To these helpers I extend my thanks for their hearty cooperation, 
interest and zeal in the work. 

With much pleasure do I acknowledge my indebtedness and 
thanks to Dr. William S. Wyman for his assistance. From the 
beginning to the end he has ever taken a deep interest in the 
progress of the work. His long connection with the University 
and his remarkable memory of names and family relationships 
in Alabama enabled him to give me many facts, and, but for 
valuable clues and suggestions constantly furnished by him, the 
facts concerning hundreds of the older students especially would 
probably not have been found. 

I also sincerely thank the many Alumni and other friends every- 
where who have so kindly and diligently exerted themselves in 
gathering information about former students. Without this 
generous aid a full record could not have been compiled. It would 
have given me great pleasure to publish a list of the names of all 
who have helped me in this way, but the number of these is so 
great that the publication of their names would far exceed the 
necessary limitations of this Preface. 

Much to my regret I have not been able to insert in this Regis- 
ter the names of the students of the Medical Department at 
Mobile. The records of this department were not kept at the 
University. It was impossible, for want of time, to secure accu- 
rate and complete information touching the students of this depart- 
ment. I cherish the hope that in any future edition of this Regis- 
ter the names of all students in all departments, together with 
the interesting information concerning their careers, may be 
printed. 

In every work of this kind, necessarily, some errors and omis- 



Preface 

sions will occur, originating in part from the careless statements 
of some correspondents and the treacherous memories of others, 
in part also from the inevitable fallibility of a compiler working 
without collaborators. It is hoped that these will be pardoned 
by the indulgent reader. In some cases, little or no information 
has been obtained, either because it was impossible to find a clue, 
or because the parties themselves or their representatives neglected 
or refused to furnish the necessary information. All corrections 
should be sent to me or to the President of the University at once. 
They will be preserved for the next edition of this Register or 
for early publication in the University Bulletin. 

Thomas Waverly Palmer. 
University, Alabama, 
July 21, I go I. 

M 

Post Script. 

It was intended to close this Register with the session of 
1900-01, but the completion of the publication having been 
delayed until after the opening of the next scholastic year, the 
names of those who matriculated in September and October 
1901, are given in Part II under the date of 1902. The Alpha- 
betical Index of Part III having been printed before this, these 
new names could not be inserted in that Index, nor is the 
number for 1902 included in the total attendance and enumera- 
tion given on page 504. 

A Geographical Index of students now living whose addresses 
were obtained is also added to Part III. It is believed that this 
will prove a great convenience in helping one to ascertain 
quickly the names of students who are now residing in a cer- 
tain locality. 

T. W. P. 
November 14, igoi. 



PART I 



Officers of the University 



TRUSTEES 



PRESIDENTS OF THE BOARD 



Governors of Alabama, ex oiUcio 



Israel Pickens, 1821-25 
John Murphy, 1826-29 
Gabriel Moore, 1829-31 
Samuel B. Moore, 1831 
John Gayle, 1831-35 
Clement Comer Clay, 1835-37 
Hugh McVay, 1837 
Arthur Pendleton Bagby, 1837-41 
Benjamin Fitzpatrick, 1841-45 
Joshua Lanier Martin, 1845-47 
Reuben Chapman, 1847-49 
Henry Watkins Collier, 1849-53 
John Anthony Winston, 1853-57 
Andrew Barry Moore, 1857-61 



John Gill Shorter, 1861-63 
Thomas Hill Watts, 1863-65 
Lewis Eliphalet Parsons, 1865 
Robert Miller Patton, 1865-68 
George S. Houston, 1876-78 
Rufus W. Cobb, 1878-82 
Edward Asbury O'Neal, 1882-86 
Thomas Seay, 1886-90 
Thomas G. Jones, 1890-94 
William C. Oates, 1894-96 
Joseph F. Johnston, 1896-1900 
William J. Samford, 1900-01 
William D. Jelks, 1901 — 



Superintendents of Public Instruction, ex officio 



Noah B. Cloud, 1868-70 
Joseph Hodgson, 1870-72 



Joseph H. Speed, 1872-74 
John H. McKleroy, 1874-76 



1 8 Officers of the University 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD 
Judges of the Supreme Court, ex officio 

John J. Ormond, 1843-47 Lyman Gibbons, 1853-54 

Henry Goldthwaite, 1843-47 Samuel F. Rice, 1855-59 

William P. Chilton, 1848-56 Abram J. Walker, 1856-68 

Edmund S. Dargan, 1847-52 George W. Stone, 1856-65 

Silas Parsons, 1849-51 Richard W. Walker, 1859-64 

Daniel Coleman, 185 1 John D. Phelan, 1863-65 

George Goldthwaite, 1852-56 William M. Byrd, 1866-68 

David G. Ligon, 18.52-55 Thomas J. Judge, 1866-68 
John D. Phelan, 1852-54 



Presidents of the University, ex officio 
Basil Manly, 1853-55 Landon C. Garland, 1855-66 



Superintendents of Education, ex officio 

John M. McKleroy, 1876 John G. Harris, 1890-94 

LeRoy F. Box, 1876-80 John O. Turner, 1894-98 

H. Clay Armstrong, 1880-84 John W. Abercrombie, 1898 — 
Solomon Palmer, 1884-90 



By Appointment or Election 

George W. Owen, 1821-25 Samuel W. Oliver, 1823-31 

Henry Hitchcock, 1821-23 William Crawford, 1824-28 

George Phillips, 1821-33 James Dillett, 1824-26 

Jack Shackleford, 1821-29 Thomas Wooldridge, 1824-28 

Hume R. Field, 1821-28 John G. Creagh, 1826-28 

Nicholas Davis, 1 821 -31 Nimrod E. Benson, 1826-31 

John McKinley, 1821-23 John Elliott, 1828-35 

Thomas Fearn, 1821-31 David Hubbard, 1828-35 

Henry Minor, 1821-23 Henry W. Rhodes, 1828-30 

Clement C. Billingslea, 1821-28 Dixon H. Lewis, 1828-31 

Robert W. Carter, 1821-23 Q^in Morton, 1828-33 

George Buchanan, 1823-24 Jesse Van Hoose, 1828-30 

Boiling Hall, 1823-26 Thomas Crawford, 1828-31 

Arthur F. Hopkins, 1823-24 Samuel W. Mardis, 1829-32 

David Moore, 1823-28 Ptolemy T. Harris, 1830-32 



Trustees 



19 



Jesse W. Garth, 1830-36 
John C. Kirkpatrick, 1830-32 
John B. Hogan, 1831-33 
Richard B. Walthall, 1831-33 
George Starr, 1831-33 
William Richardson, 1831-33 
William Acklin, 1831-43 
William Hemphill, 1831-33 
John Gindrat, 1831-33 
Benjamin B. Breeden, 1832-33 
Joab Lawler, 1832-35 
William H. Musgrove, 1832-33 
Henry C. Lea, 1833-36 
James Dellett, 1833-36 
Thomas Riddle, 1833-36 
Jefferson Buford, 1833-40 
Thomas Crawford, 1833-40 
Julien S. Devereux, 1833-36 
Thomas Ringgold, 1833-36 
Samuel S. Earle, 1833-36 
Thomas S. Mays, 1833-35 
John W. Womack, 1833-35 
Thomas Gaillard, 1835-36 
William D. Stone, 1836-40 
James E. Sanders, 1836-40 
Lewis Womack, 1836 
Francis Bugbee, 1836-58 
Lemuel B. Robertson, 1836-47 
James H. Draughan, 1836-40 
Edwin D. King, 1836-52 
Daniel P. Bestor, 1836-43 
John R. Evans, 1836-37 
Thompson M. Rector, 1836-41 
John L. Hunter, 1836-43 
Charles D. Connor, 1836-37 
John Gayle, 1836-37 
Aaron Shannon, 1836-40 
George Hill, 1836-40 
Robert M. Patton, 1837-43 
James Meredith, 1837-40 



John Cochran, 1837-40 
Duncan W. Murphy, 1840-43 
Lorman Crawford, 1840-43 
Daniel H. Norwood, 1840-43 
James Somerville, 1840-42 
John A. Nooe, 1840-43 
Walter H. Crenshaw, 1840-43 
Edward Baptist, 1840-43 
James M. Beckett, 1840-53 
Philip E. Pearson, 1840-43 
Thomas A. Walker, 1840-43 
Isaac H. Erwin, 1840-43 
Egbert B. Jones, 1840-43 
Francis M. Roby, 1840-44 
Walker K. Baylor, 1843-45 
James A. Tait, 1843-45 
Robert T. Scott, 1843-50 
Benjamin F. Porter, 1843-45 
Felix G. Norman, 1845-49 
John W. Portis, 1845-57 
John W. Bridges, 1846-47 
James Guild, 1846-53 
Daniel E. Watrous, 1846-57 
Alexander Bowie, 1848-52 
Charles S. Jones, 1849-51 
Joseph D. Jenkins, 1850-53 
Le Roy Pope Walker, 1850-52 
John N. Malone, 1852-61 
William H. Forney, 1852-61 
George R. Hendree, 1852-53 
Edward B. King, 1853 
Turner Reavis, 1853-56 
Edward Baptist, 1855-60 
Felix Tait, 1855-65 
John J. Ormond, 1855-65 
Martin L. Stansel, 1856-62 
M. C. Blanchard, 1856-59 
Thomas H. Herndon, 1856-60 
Newbern H. Browne, 1858-63 
James D. Webb, 1857-60 



Officers of the University 



John S. Storrs, 1857-62 
E. Porter King, 1860-68 
William S. Mudd, 1860-68 
Samuel S. Scott, 1860-65 
Percy Walker, 1860-63 
William C. Mclver, 1860-65 
John R. Blocker, 1863-65 
Z. F. Freeman, 1863-68 
Alexander B. Meek, 1863-65 
A. Wallace Starke, 1863-65 



George S. Walden, 1863-68 
Robert Jemison, 1866-68 
Benjamin F. Peters, 1866-68 
James H. Fitts, 1866-68 
A. M. Gibson, 1866-68 
Willis G. Clark, 1866-68 
John T. Foster, 1866-68 
Alfred N. Worthy, 1866-68 
John C. Meadors, 1866-68 
Walter H. Crenshaw, 1866-68 



(From the year 1868 to the year 1876, the State Board of 
Education, sitting as a Board of Regents, were the Trustees of 
the University.) 



George L. Putnam, 1868-70 
William P. Miller, 1868-72 
Jesse H. Booth, 1868-72 
Thomas A. Cook, 1868-72 
James Nichols, 1868-70 
William H. Clayton, 1868-72 
Gustavus A. Smith, 1868-70 
Andrew B. Collins, 1868-70 
Joseph H Sears, 1870-74 
John R. Ard, 1870-74 
Peyton Finley, 1870-72 
Otis D. Smith, 1870-76 
Joseph H. Speed, 1870-72 
Benjamin I. Harrison, 1870-72 
Edward F. Comegys, 1870-72 



Frank V. Henderson, 1870-72 
G. M. T. Gibson, 1872-76 
William B. H. Howard, 1872-76 
J. Percy Oliver, 1872-76 
John T. Foster, 1872-76 
William J. Smith, 1872-74 
Arthur H. McClung, 1872-76 
William N. Cowan, 1872-74 
Le Roy F. Box, 1872-7C 
D. C. Rugg, 1874-76 
John A. Padgett, 1874-76 
N. B. Mardis, 1874-76 
Joseph H. Francis, 1874-76 
J. N. Martin, 1874-76 



Willis G. Clark, 1876-98 
Hillary A. Herbert, 1876-78 
John Arthur Foster, 1876-90 
Nathaniel H. R. Dawson, 1876 
William C. Mclver, 1876-85 
Enoch Morgan, 1876-86 
Marion Banks, 1876-84 
James Crook, 1876-92 
Edward C. Betts, 1876-84 
William S. Thorington, 1878- 



John D. Weeden, 1884-86 
Henry H. Brown, 1884-92 
R. B. Rhett, 1886-96 

-94 James E. Webb, 1886— 
Thomas D. Cory, 1886-90 
William T. Northington, 1890-96 
Alto V. Lee, 1890-94 
Martin L. Stansel, 1892 — 
William W. Haralson, 1892-98 

97 John Little, 1892- 1900 



Trustees 21 

John W. Caldwell, 1894 — Henry B. Foster, 1900 — 

William J. Samford, 1894-1900 Thomas C. McClellan, 1900 — 

Daniel Pratt, 1896 — Richard Cullen Jeter, 1900 

William Richardson, 1896-1900 Eugene Herndon Glenn, 1900 — 

Tennent Lomax, 1897 — Thomas M. Stevens, 1901 — 
Hubert T. Davis, 1898— 



SECRETARIES OF THE BOARD 

Marmaduke Williams, 1835-41 James T. Greene, 1874-76 

David Woodruff, 1841-42 William A. Cochrane, 1876-89 

Hubbard P Douthitt, 1842-48 John W. Tullis, 1889-90 

James L. Childress, 1848-51 Herbert E. Reynolds, 1889-90 

John W. Pratt, 1851-55 Arthur B. Foster, 1890-91 

George Benagh, 1855-62 Needham A. Graham, 1891-94 

William J. Vaughn, 1862-65 James H. Fitts, 1894-98 

Henry M. Bush, 1868-72 Francis M. Purifoy, 1898-99 

Joseph H. Francis, 1872-74 Robison Brown, 1899 — 



TREASURERS 

Henry A. Snow, 1848-61 Charles M. Foster, 1868-73 

Washington Moody, 1861-65 James H. Fitts, 1873 — 
James H. Fitts, 1865-68 



LAND COMMISSIONERS 

Andrew C. Hargrove, 1884-96 William C. Fitts, 1898-1901 
Charles B. Verner, 1896-98 Archibald B, McEachin, 1901- 



22 Officers of the University 



PRESIDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY 



Alva Woods, D. D., 1831-37 

Basil Manly, D. D 1837-55 

Landon Cabell Garland^ LL. D 1855-65 

William Russell Smith 1870-71 

Nathaniel T. Lupton^ A. M 1871-74 

Carlos G. Smith, M. D., LL. D 1874-78 

JosiAH GoRGAS, LL. D 1878-79 

William S. Wyman, A.M., (acting), Feb., 1879, July, 1880 

Burwell Boykin Lewis, LL. D 1880-85 

William S. Wyman, LL. D., (acting) 1885-86 

Henry D. Clayton, LL. D 1886-89 

William S. Wyman, LL. D., (acting) 1889-90 

Richard Channing Jones, LL. D 1890-97 

James K. Powers, LL. D 1897-01 

William S. Wyman 1901 — 

Dean of the Law School 
William S. Thorington 1897 — 



Professors 23 

PROFESSORS 

Alva Woods, D. D., Moral and Mental Philosophy, 1831-37. 

Henry Tutwiler, A. M., Ancient Languages, 1831-36. 

GuRDON Saltonstall, a. M., Mathematics and Natural Phi- 
losophy, 1831-33. 

John F. Wallis, Chemistry and Natural History, 1831-34. 

Henry Washington Hilliard, A. M., English Literature, 
1831-33- 

Sauveur F. Bonfils, A. M., Modern Languages, 1832-36. 

William W. Hudson, A. M., Mathematics and Natural Philoso- 
phy, 1833-37. 

Richard T. Brumby, A. M., Chemistry, Mineralogy and Geology, 
1834-47; Chemistry and Natural History, 1847-49. 

John L. Gay, (acting). Ancient Languages, 1835. 

Basil Manly, D. D., Moral and Mental Philosophy, 1837-55. 

Frederick Augustus Porter Barnard, A. M., Mathematics, 
Natural Philosophy, and Astronomy, 1837-49; Chemistry 
and Natural History, 1849-54. 

Samuel M. Stafford, A. M., Ancient Languages, 1837-56. 

Horace Southworth Pratt, A. M., English Literature, 1837-40. 

Edward D. Sims, A. M., English Literature, 1841-45. 

James C. Dockery, A. M., Modern Languages, 1842-50. 

Benjamin F. Porter, Law, 1845-46. 

Frederick W. Thomas, English Literature, 1847-48. 

Michael Tuomey, A. M., Mineralogy, Geology, and Agricul- 
tural Chemistry, 1847-54; Chemistry, Mineralogy, and Ge- 
ology, 1856-57. 

Landon Cabell Garland, LL. D., English Literature, 1847-49; 
Mathematics, Natural Philosophy, and Astronomy, 1849-55 ; 
Mental and Moral Philosophy, 1855-65. 

George Benagh, A. M., Mathematics, 1852-55 ; Mathematics, 
Natural Philosophy, and Astronomy, 1855-62. 

John Wood Pratt, A. M., English Literature, 1850-55 ; Logic, 
Rhetoric, and Oratory, 1855-65. 

Emmanuel Vitalis Scherb, A. M., Modern Languages, 1853. 

Andre Deloffre, A. M., Modern Languages, 1855-65. 

Robert Kennon Hargrove, A. M., Mathematics, 1855-57. 

William Stokes Wyman, A. M., Latin, 1855-61 ; Latin and 

Greek, 1861-65 ; Latin, 1871-72 ; Latin and Greek, 1872-75 ; 

Latin, 1875-88; University Professor of Latin, 1888 — . 
Archibald John Battle, A. M., Greek, 1856-60. 
John William Mallet, Ph. D., Chemistry, 1856-60. 



24 Officers of the University 

Caleb Huse, Chemistry, 1 860-61. 

James T. Murfee, Mathematics and Civil and Military Engineer- 
ing, 1860-61. 
William L. Boggs, A. M., Chemistry, 1862-63. 

William James Vaughn, A. M., Mathematics, 1863-65; Physics 
and Astronomy, 1871-73 ; Mathematics, 1878-81 ; Mathe- 
matics and Civil Engineering, 1881-82. 

Benjamin Franklin Meek, A. M., Latin and Greek, 1863-65 ; 
English Literature, 1871-1899. 

Warfield Creath Richardson, A. M., Chemistry, Mineralogy, 
and Geology, 1864-65; (acting), Greek, 1876-77; English 
and Instructor in Mineralogy, 1877-78. 

Crawford H. Toy, A. M., Natural Philosophy and Astronomy, 
1846-65. 

J. De Forest Richards, Natural Sciences and Astronomy, 
1869-71. 

N. R. Chambliss, Mathematics, 1869-70. 
John C. Loomis, A. M. Ancient Languages, 1869-70. 
William J. Callens, English Literature, 1869-70. 
Vernon H. Vaughan, A. M., English Literature, 1869-70. 
William R. Smith, Metaphysics, International and Constitu- 
tional Law, 1870-71. 

Hampton S. Whitfield, Mathematics, 1870-71 ; Mathematics 
and Astronomy, 1872-76 ; Mathematics, 1876-78. 

David L. Peck, A. M., Ancient Languages, 1870-71 ; Mathe- 
matics, 1871-72 ; Ancient Languages, 1872-74. 

Nathaniel T. Lupton, A. M., Chemistry, 1871-74. 

Algernon S. Garnett, M. D., Natural History, 1871-74. 

Telfair Hodgson, A. M., Moral Philosophy, 1871-72. 

William A. Parker, A. M., LL. D., Greek, 1871-72 ; Modern 
Languages, 1872-98; German, 1898 — . 

Joseph G. Griswold, A. M., Modern Languages, 1871-72. 

Eugene Allen Smith, Ph. D., Geology and Mineralogy, 
1871-74; Chemistry, Geology, and Natural History, 1874- 
78; Chemistry, Mineralogy, and Geology, 1878-90; Mineral- 
ogy and Geology, 1890 — . 

Joshua Hill Foster, A.M., Moral Philosophy, 1872-74; Nat- 
ural Philosophy, 1874-75; Natural Philosophy and Astron- 
omy, 1876-92. 

Henderson M. Somerville, A. M., LL. B., Law, 1872-75 ; 

Statute and Common Law, 1875-90. 
Carlos G. Smith, M. D., LL. D., Moral and Mental Philosophy, 

1874-78. 



Professors 25 

John Mason Martin, A. M., Equity Jurisprudence, 1875-86. 
Horace Harding, A. M., C. E., Civil Engineering, 1875-77. 

John Caldwell Calhoun, A. M., Greek, 1877-88 ; Greek and 

Latin, 1888-97. 
JosiAH Gorgas, Civil Engineering, 1878-79. 

Thomas C. McCorvey, A. M., Mental and Moral Philosophy, 
and Political Economy, 1878-88; History and Philosophy, 
1888-99; History and Political Economy, 1899 — . 

Burwell Boykin Lewis, LL. D., International and Constitu- 
tional Law and Political Economy, 1880-85. 

Robert A. Hardaway, A. M., C. E., Civil Engineering, 1882-97. 

Thomas W. Palmer, A. M., Mathematics, 1883 — . 

Andrew C. Hargrove, A. M., Equity-Jurisprudence, 1885-86; 

1889-95. 
John D. Weeden, A.M., Statute and Common Law, 1885-86; 

Equity- Jurisprudence, 1886-89. 

Henry D. Clayton, LL. D., International and Constitutional 
Law, 1886-89. 

Sterling A. M. Wood, International and Constitutional Law, 

1889-90. 
Richard C. Jones, LL. D., International and Constitutional Law, 

1890-97. 
William B. Phillips, Ph. D., Chemistry and Mineralogy, 

1890-92. 
George M. Edgar, LL. D., Physics and Astronomy, 1892-98. 

Adrian S. Van de Graaf, A. B., LL. B., Statute and Common 
Law, 1891-96; Equity- Jurisprudence, 1896-97. 

James M. Pickel, Ph. D., Chemistry and Metallurgy, 1892-98. 

Ormond Somerville, a. M., LL. B., Statute and Common Law, 

1896-97; Law, 1897 — . 
George S. Wilkins, C. E., Engineering, 1897 — . 
John Y. Graham, Ph. D., Biology, 1897 — . 
William S. Thorington, Law, 1897 — . 

William B. Saffold, Ph. D., Greek and Latin Languages, 

1897-. 
Herbert A. Sayre, Ph. D., Physics and Astronomy, 1898 — . 
Augustus A. Persons, M. S., Chemistry and Metallurgy, 1898 — . 
Charles H. Barnwell, Ph. D., English, 1899 — . 
Charles R. Kellermann, C. E., (acting), Engineering, 1899- 

1900. 
George G. Brownell, A. M., Romance Languages, 1900 — . 



26 Officers of the University 

TUTORS AND INSTRUCTORS 

Calvin Jones, 1831-33. 

Thomas Manning, 1831. 

John McLaughlin Smith, A. B., Chemistry, 1833-34; Mathe- 
matics, 1837. 

James Francis Bailey, 1835. 

Jacob Pearson, A. B., Latin and Greek, 1837-38. 

Richard Furman, Chemistry, 1837-38. 

Arnoldus V. Brumby, A. M., Mathematics, 1837-40. 

Sterling S. Sherman, A. M., Latin and Greek, 1838-41. 

William J. Whiting, A. B., Mathematics, 1840-41. 

George S. Walden, A. M., Latin and Greek, 1841-44. 

Joshua Hill Foster, A.M., Mathematics, 1841-44; 1849-50. 

John Gorman Barr, A. B., Mathematics, 1844-46. 

James Somerville, A. M., Latin and Greek, 1844-46. 

Robert Simonton Gould, A. M., Mathematics, 1846-49. 

Wilson Gaines Richardson, A. M., Latin and Greek, 1846-49, 

William Richmond Flemming, A. B., Mathematics, 1850. 

George Benagh, A. B., Mathematics, 1850-52. 

Archibald John Battle, A. M., Latin and Greek, 1850-51. 

Charles Francis Henry, A. M., French and Spanish. 1850-52. 

Milford Fenn Woodruff, A. M., Latin and Greek, 1851-52. 

William Stokes Wyman, A. M., Latin and Greek, 1852-55. 

Andre Deloffre, A. M., French and Spanish, 1853-55. 

Robert Kennon Hargrove, A. M., Mathematics, 1854-55. 

John Archibald Jones, A. B., Latin and Greek, 1855-56. 

William James Vaughan, A. M., Mathematics, 1857-60; Latin 
and Greek, 1860-63. 

Malcolm Clayton Burke, Rector of the Academic Department, 
1861. 

Edward R. Dickson, Rector of the Academic Department, 
1862-65. 

Charles L. Lumsden, MiHtary Tactics, 1860-62. 

James H. Morrison, MiHtary Tactics, 1860-61. 

H. Otey, Military Tactics, 1861-62. 

Diggs Poyner, Military Tactics, 1862-65. 

John Frederick Tarrant, A. M., Latin and Greek, 1862. 

Henderson M. Somerville, A. M., LL. B., Mathematics, 
1862-65. 

John Massey, A. B., Tactics, 1863-65. 



Instructors 27 

John H. Murfee, Tactics, 1863-65. 

Samuel C. Donaldson, A. M., Latin and Mathematics, 1864-65. 

Thomas W. Clark, A. M., Chemistry, 1875-76. 

R. Emmett Pettus, A. B., Chemistry, 1876-77. 

Charles R. McCall, A. M., Latin, 1878-81. 

Henry McCalley, A. M., C. E., Chemistry, 1879-83. 

Thomas W. Palmer, A. M., Mathematics, 1881-83. 

John Buckner Little, A. B., Chemistry, 1883-86; Chemistry, 

Physiology and Physics, 1886-88. 
Benjamin H. Hardaway, A. B., Mathematics, 1883-86. 
Samuel N. Lapsley, A. B., Latin, 1883-84; Latin and English, 

1884-85. 
Carlie B. Gibson, Latin, 1883-84. 
George E. Brewer, English, 1883-84. 
James R. Burgett, Jr., English, 1883-84. 
John Daniel, A. B., Physics, 1884-86. 
John W. Gilbert, A. B., English and Latin, 1885-86; English 

and Mathematics, 1886-87. 
John M. Francis, A. B., Chemistry, 1887-92. 
James J. Mayfield, Jr., A. B., Physics, 1887-88. 
William B. Saffold, A. B., Mathematics, 1887-88. 
Reuben M. Searcy, A. B., Chemistry, 1887-88. 
Ormond Somerville, a. B., Latin and English, 1887-88 ; Latin, 

1888-89. 
Martin D. Sibert, B. C. E., Drawing, 1887-88; Mathematics 

and Engineering, 1888-89. 
Edward B. Anderson, A. B., Mathematics, 1888-89. 
Marcellus T. Hayes, Gymnastics, 1889-94. 
Daniel B. McKenzie, B. C. E., Mathematics and Engineering, 

1889-90 
Jasper L. Beeson, A. B., Physics, 1889-90. 
J. Flournoy Crook, A. B., English, 1889-90. 
Joseph B. Greene, A. B., Physics, 1890-91. 
J. Coleman Horton, A. B., Latin and English, 1890-91. 
Henry R. Howze, A. B., Mathematics, 1890-91. 
Hendree p. Simpson, Drawing, 1890-91. 
Julius E. Willoughby, Engineering, 1890-91. 
Edward E. Newton, A. B., Physics, 1891-92. 
John H. Pettway, Jr., A. B., Latin and English, 1891-92. 
George H. Dunlap, Jr., A. B., Mathematics, 1891-92. 
Bibb Graves, Engineering, 1892-93. 



28 Officers of the University 

Hugh Morrow, A. B., English, 1893-94. 

Daniel H. Smith, A. B., Chemistry, 1893-94. 

Nathaniel A. Yuille, Engineering, 1893-95. 

George E. Stone, A. B., Chemistry, 1894-95. 

Eli Abbott, B. S., Gymnastics, 1894 — • 

Charles H. Coleman, Engineering, 1895-96. 

George T. Edgar, A. B., Chemistry, 1895-96. 

Edgar Hayes, Engineering, 1896-97. 

John H. Blue, A. B., Chemistry, 1896-97. 

William R. Harrison, Mathematics, 1897-99. 

George G. Brownell, A. M., Romance Languages, 1898-1900. 

Shaler C. Houser, B. S., Engineering, 1898-99. 

William E. Hudmon, M. S., Chemistry, 1898-1901. 

Charles R. Mathis, A. B., English, 1898-99. 

Frank H. Fielder, A. B., English, 1899-1900. 

Charles S. Lawson, B. S., Chemistry, 1899-1900. 

James W. Stickney, B. S., Engineering, 1899-1900. 

Jacob Forney, A. M., Pedagogy and Psychology, 1899 — . 

Motier N. Eley, B. S., Chemistry, 1900-01. 

Robert S. Hodges, Physics, 1900 — 

Osborne J. Dykes, B. S., Engineering, 1900-01. 

Malcolm C. Burke^ A. B., Latin and Greek, 1901 — . 

Frank B. Haynes, A. B., Chemistry, 1901 — . 



Commandants 29 

COMMANDANTS 

Caleb Huse, 1860-61. 

James T. Murfee, 1861-65. 

William K. McConnell, 1869-71. 

George D. Johnston, A. M., 1871-73. 

Thomas Chalmers McCorvey, Ph. B., 1873-88. 

James C. Hixson, A. B., LL. B., 1888-91. 

Tredwell W. Moore, ist Lieut., 22nd Inf., U. S. Army, 1891-93. 

Walter L. Taylor, 2nd Lieut., 20th Inf., U. S. Army, 1893-94. 

William G. Elliott, ist Lieut., 20th Inf., U. S. Army, 1894-95. 

James Baylies, ist Lieut., loth Inf., U. S. Army, 1895-98. 

Erle Pettus, a. B., 1898-99. 

Peyton H. Moore, B. S., LL. B., 1899-1900. 

James W. West, B. S., (acting-), 1900. 

William J. Parkes, B. C. E., (acting), 1901. 

Vincent M. Elmore, Jr., 1901 — . 



SURGEONS 



John B. Read, A. M., M. D., 1860-65, and 1874-78. 
Algernon S. Garnett, M. D., 1871-74. 
David L. Foster, A. M., M. D., 1878-91. 
William Hester, A. M., M. D., 1891-94, 1897-98. 
William G. Somerville, A. M., M. D., 1894-97, 1898- 



LIBRARIANS 



Josiah Gorgas, 1880-83. 
Mrs. Amelia Gorgas, 1883- 



OUARTERMASTERS 

John T. Gibbes, 1861-65. 

Benjamin I. Harrison, A. M., 1871-72. 

William H. Jemison, A. M., 1873-82. 

John J. Harris, A. M., 1882-98. 

Eli Abbott, B. S., 1898 — . 



3© Officers of the University 

Supervisors of Julia S. Tutwiler Annex 

Miss Sallie J. Avery, 1898-1901 
Mrs. M. H. Chisholm, 1901— 



ALABAMA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 
State Geologists 
Michael Tuomey, 1848- 185 7 Eugene Allen Smith, 1873 — 



Assistants and Contributors 



James H. Fitts, 1849 

E. Q. Thornton, 1854-57 

Oscar M. Lieber, 1854-55 

John W. Mallett, 1855-58 

George Powell, 1854 

Samuel S. Graham, 1854 

Truman H. Aldrich, 1875 and 

1886 
Wm. C. Stubbs, Ph. D., 1875 
Leo Lesquereux, 1875 
Aug. R. Grote, 1875 
James Lewis, M. D., 1876 
Henry McCalley, Volunteer As- 
sistant, 1877-83 
Henry McCalley, Chief Assist- 
ant, 1883— 
Daniel W. Langdon, 1883-89 
Lawrence C. Johnson, 1883-92 
Joseph Squire, 1883-90 
Charles H. Hitchcock, 1885 



Otto Meyer, 1886 

A. M. Gibson, 1887-97 

John M. Francis, 1887-88 

C. L. Herrick, 1887 

J. L. Beeson, 1890 

George Little, Ph. D., 1891-92 

Wm. B. Phillips, Ph. D., 1891 ; 

1895-96; 1898 
Charles Mohr, Ph. D., 1892-1901 
J. Morgan Clements, 1892-93 
C. Willard Hayes, 1892 
K. M. Cunningham, 1892 and 

1894 
George N. Brewer, 1892 — 
James M. Pickel, Ph .D., 1894 
William M. Brewer, 1894-97 
Heinrich Ries, Ph. D., 1894 — 
Alfred H. Brooks, 1895 
James A. Anderson, 1898 — 
Robert S. Hodges, 1899 — 



PART II 
Record of Students of the University 



Note of Explanation 

THE names are given according to the year of withdrawal, 
(i) the Graduates with Titled Degrees, (2) the Graduates 
in Schools and Non-Graduates who left during or at the close 
of the College year. From 183 1 to 1846 the College year began 
in January and closed in December. Since 1846 it has begun in 
September or October and closed in June, July or August. Hence 
a student leaving in November, 1850, would be placed under the 
year 185 1. Part HI is an alphabetical Index to names of Part H. 

As it is impossible to get from the records even an approx- 
imately correct list of the Graduates in Schools no attempt is 
made to distinguish between them and the Non-Graduates. 

The full name (when obtainable), Degrees obtained at this 
University or Class at the time of withdrawal, vocation and pres- 
ent address for the living or last address for the deceased are 
printed uniformly in large type in one line. Below the name in 
small type is given the date of matriculation and home address 
while a student, followed by other historical data. 

The only exceptions to this order are for several names in 1865 
and a few in other j'^ears where nothing could be found except 
the name and the date of admission. In all such cases the date 
of admission is printed in same line with the name. 

When no state is given after a postoffice or county, Alabama 
is understood. 

Abbreviations 

Most of the abbreviations used will be readily understood from 
the context. The following are explained : — b. born ; d. died ; 
dau. daughter of ; m. married ; s. son of ; * deceased. 

After each name in large type the following indicate the Col- 
lege Class at time of withdrawal: (Sen.) Senior; (Jun.) Junior; 



32 Record of Students [1831 

(Soph.) Sophomore; (Fr.) Freshman; (Ec) Eclectic Course; 
(Spec.) Special Course; (Prep.) Preparatory; (Law) Under- 
graduate in Law Course, 

It should be noted that for the years i860 to 1880 there were 
no divisions into classes because the University was under the 

elective system. 

Names Repeated 

When students obtained more than one Degree in course or 
withdrew from the Academic Department and afterwards entered 
the Law School the name is repeated for each Degree or Depart- 
ment, but the record is given only once. Young women students 
who have since married are given both by their maiden and mar- 
ried names. 

1 83 1. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 
Allen, Leroy P. 

Tuscaloosa; b. 1S07. 

Caldwell, John W. 

Tuscaloosa; s. Joseph Caldwell; b. 1817. 

*Clemens, Jeremiah, lawyer, Huntsville. 

Huntsville; s. James Clemens and Mills; b. 1814; Private, U. S. A., 

Cherokee War, 1834; U. S. District Attorney, Northern and Middle Ala., 1838; Rep., 
Gen. Assam., Ala., 1838-41, 1843-45; Lieut.-Col. in Texas Army, i 42; Major, 13th 
Inf., and Col., 9th Inf., U. S. A., Mexican War; Mem. U. S. Senate, 1849-53; Author 
of "Barnard Lysle," "Mustang Gray," "The Rivals;" Mem. Constitu. Convention, 
Ala., 1861; m. Mary L. Read, Dec. 4, 1834; d. May 21, 1865. 



Crabb, John Thomas T ; 

Franklin Co., Tenn. ; b. 1812. 

Eskridge, Richard M, 

Linden; s. Austin Eskridge; b. May, 181 1. 

Harris, Stephen W. 

Montgomery; b. 1814. 

Herbert, Numa 

New Orleans, La. 

*McDonnell, Archibald, planter, Huntsville. 

Huntsville; s. Archibald McDonnell and Betsy Dinsmore; b. Feb. 24, 1815; m. 
Mary Sophia Jones; d. Oct. i, 1892. 

*Meriwether, James M., planter, Springfield. 

Springfield, Green Co.; s. Joseph Meriwether; b. :8io; unmarried; d. 1858. 



1832] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 33 

♦Minor, Henry, Jr., civil engineer, Tuscaloosa. 

Tuscaloosa; s. Henry Minor and Barbour; b. July, 1810; Grad., U. S. 

Mil. Acad., West Point, N. Y.; d. at Sea, Nov. 25, 1839. 



Moore, Nathaniel 

Mobile; s. J. W. Moore; b. 18 17. 

Mosely, Benjamin A. 

Montgomery; b. 18 14. 

*Pinkston, Algernon Sidney, planter, Mt. Meigs. 

Montgomery; s. James Pinkston, Montgomery, and Gilley Burford Comer; m. 
Margaret Green; d. Jan. 30, 1844. 

♦Ware, James Anthony, planter, Montgomery. 

Montg6mery; s. Robert Ware, Montgomery, and Mrs. Judith Greene, (.net 
Anthony); b. 1812; m. Martha Jane Stokes, Madison, Ga., May 19, 1846; d. 1867. 

♦Williams, James Madison, clerk and planter, , Tex. 

Tuscaloosa; s. Marmaduke Williams and Agnes Payne; d. in Texas. 

1832. Graduate with Titled Degrees 

♦Nooe, John Augustine, A.B., A.M., '35, lawyer, Memphis, Tenn. 

1831, Russellville; s. John B. Nooe and Harriotte Triplette; b. 1813; Rep., Gen. 
Assem., Ala., 1835; Presidential Elector, 1848; Judge County Court, Franklin Co.; 
Trustee, U. of Ala., 1840-43; m. Harriet Crowdis, Nashville, Tenn., 1851; d. Dec. 
iS, 1865. 

1832. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

♦Anderson, William G., planter, 

1831, Linden; s. William Anderson; b. 1811; d. about i860. 

♦Ashe, William Cincinnatus, physician, Demopolis. 

1831, Tuscaloosa; s. Pasquale Paoli Ashe and Eliza Jane Strudwick; b. 1815; 
Surgeon in C. S. A.; m. Sarah J. Grimes, Marengo Co., Jan., 1839; d. Dec. 17, 1867. 

Ashurst, Robert Turpin, planter, Tallassee. 

183 1, Mt. Meigs; s. John Ashurst, Montgomery, and Frances Hill; b. Feb. 15, 
1816; Private, Indian War, U. S. A., 1836; Director State Bank, 1840-44; Rep., Gen. 
Assem., Ala., 1863-65; m. Julia Francis Vickers, Montgomery, March 15, 1836. 

♦Bibb, David Porter, planter. Belle Mina. 

1831, Mooresville; s. Ex-Gov. Thomas Bibb and Pamelia Thompson; b. Dec, 
1815; m. Mary P. Betts, Jan. i, 1835; d. July 8, 1865. 



Buchanon, P. 

1832, Greene Co. 

Carlisle, James. 

1831, Tuscaloosa; b. 1810. 



34 Record of Students [1832 

*Colgin, John, planter, Gainesville, 

1831, Tuscaloosa; b. 1812; m. (i) Harriet Lawrence, Feb. 19, 1839, (2) Mary E. 
Neville, Dec. 24, 1849; d. Dec. 20, i860. 

*Forbes, John Murray, lawyer and planter, Fauquier Co., Va. 

1831, Falmouth, Va.; s. Murray Forbes; b. Nov. 17, 1816; Grad. in School, Univ. 
of Va., 1834; Commonwealth's Atty., Stafford Co., Va. ; Rep., Gen. Assem., Va., 
1861-62; m. Mary Elizabeth Semmes, Alexandria, Va., May, 1840; d. May 24, 1890. 

*Gindrat, John Henry, manufacturer, Montgomery. 

1831, Montgomery; s. John Gindrat, Montgomery, and Sarah L. Stallings; b. 
Jan. 15, 1817; Engineer in Constructing Fortifications, C. S. A.; Private Sec. to Gov. 
Lindsay; Receiver A. & C. R'way Co.; Manager Winter Iron Works; Editor; m. Mary 
Gatlin Harris, Montgomery, Nov. 7, 1883; d. Oct. 16, 1874. 

*Gordy, Elijah Humphries, planter, St. Stephens. 

1832, St. Stephens; s. Elijah Gordy, St. Stephens, and Tabitha Nelson; Ord. 
Sgt., U. S. A., Creek War; Receiver and Register of U. S. Land Office; Rep., Gen. 
Assem., Ala.; Sheriff, Washington Co., 1857-60; Probate Judge, 1874-80; Circuit Clerk; 
HI. Caroline M. Baker, St. Stephens, Sept. 11, 1845; d. July 14, 1885. 

*Gunn, Silas L., merchant, Carthage. 

1831, Carthage; b. 1812; m. Lucinda Norris, 183 — ; d. 183 — . 

Harrison, Richard K. 

1 83 1, Churchill, Lowndes Co.; b. Nov., 18 16. 

*Harwell, Edward J., planter, Jackson. 

1 83 1, Jackson; s. Robert Rivers Harwell and Sarah Alston of N. C. ; b. Sept., 
1817; Private in Creek Indian War, 1836; d. Grove Hill, 1840. 

*Harwell, Mark Williams, planter, Marlin, Tex. 

1831, Jackson; s. Robert Rivers Harwell and Sarah Alston; b. 181 3; Private in 
Creek Indian Wars, 1836; Planter in Clarke Co., 20 yrs., then at Marlin, Tex., 10 
yrs. ; m. (1) Sally Howze, Clarksville, Ala., (2) Mrs. Mary King, Demopolis, Ala). ; 
d. 1865. 

*Hill, John J., merchant, Tupelo, Miss. 

1831, Havana; engaged in planting until 1862; Merchant at Havana, 1862-70, 
then moved to Tupelo, Miss.; m. Celestia A. Pope, Green Co., 1837; d. at Collinsville, 
Tenn., 1879. 

*Howze, James Alexander, planter. Grove Hill. 

1832, Grove Hill; s. James Howze and Sarah Powe; Rep., Gen. Assembly., Ala.; 
Capt., U. S. A., Creek War; d. at McKinley, Marengo Co., 1862. 

Humphries, John J. 

1 83 1, Columbus, Miss. 

*Inge, Samuel Williams, lawyer, San Francisco, Cal. 

1 83 1, Erie; s. Major Frank Inge and Williams; Rep., Gen. Assem., 

Ala., 1844; Rep., U. S. Congress, 1847-51; U. S. Dist. Atty., Calif., 1853-60; Con. 
tractor for survey of Sonora; m. Miss Hill, Greene Co.; d. June 10, 1868. 



1832] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 35 

♦Jackson, Crawford Motley, planter and lawyer, Coosada. 

1831, Autauga Co.; s. James Jackson; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1843-45, 1855-57; 
Speaker of the House, 1857; Maj.-Gen., U. S. A. Vol., Creek War; d. Jan. i, 1859. 

*Jackson, James Walter, Autauga Co. 

1831, Autauga Co.; s. James Jackson; d. Jan. 22, 1832. 

Knox, John S. 

1832, Tuscaloosa; s. James Knox. 

Lewis, John W. 

1831, Sparta. 

*Mastin, Gustavus Lyle, merchant, Huntsville. 

1831, Huntsville; s. Francis Turner Mastin and Arbela Hogue; b. Jan. i, 1815; 
Planter before i860; m. Elenor Fearn, Huntsville; d. Aug. 11, 1880. 

Maull, John G. 

1 83 1, Old Town Creek, Lowndes Co. 

♦McQueen, James William, planter, Old Town, Fla. 

1831, Hayneville; s. John McQueen, of S. C, and Margaret Johnston; b. in 
Marion Co., S. C, May 12, 1812; Rep., Gen. Assem., Fla.; State Senator, Fla., 
1860-62; Mem. of Secession Convention of Fla.; m. (i) Thyrza Rambo, Hayneville, 
1834, (2) Mary Ridley Rives, Colirene, July, 1838; d. July 19, 1872. 

♦Patton, John, merchant and planter, Huntsville. 

1 83 1, Huntsville; s. William Patton, Huntsville, and Martha Hays; b. July, 
1815; m. Louise Walker, Huntsville; d. June, 1887. 

Phillips, L. G. 

1832, East Feliciana, La. 

♦Pope, Alexis Darwin, physician, Washington, Ark. 

1832, Havana; M. D., Univ. of Pa.; Physician in North Miss., moved to Ark. 
in 1850; m. (i) Miss Henly, Pickens Co., (2) Louisa Wilson, Havana; d. at Columbus, 
Ark., Dec. 11, 1880. 

Pope, Alexander L. 

1831, Mobile; s. Alexander Pope; b. 1813. 

♦Roby, Francis M. 

1831, Somerville, Morgan Co.; Trustee, U. of Ala., 1840-44; b. Aug., 1813; 
a. 18 — . 

♦Scott, John James, planter, Waverly, Tex. 

1831, Montgomery; LL. B., Univ. of Ky.; b. 1817; m. Anne Goldthwaite Ben- 
son, Montgomery, June 4, 1840; d. June, 1861. 

♦.Smith, Murray F., commission merchant ' 

1832, Mobile. 



36 Record of Students [1833 

*Stickney, Edward Lawrence, clerk, Mobile. 

1831, Mobile; s. Henry Stickney and Lydia Wells Fearson; b. 1816; Private 
Texan Army in War with Mexico, 1836; Clerk in bank at Mobile; m. Catherine M. 
Childress, Tex., July 22, 1838; d. at "The Village," Baldwin Co., Nov. 7, 1854- 

*Taylor, Walter, merchant and planter, Jackson. 

1832, Jackson; s. David Taylor, Jackson, and Eugenia Parker; A. B., Augusta 
Col., Maysville, Ky. ; m. Amanda Langford, June, 1840; d. in 187 — . 



Thompson, D. S. B. 

1832, Madison Co. 

*Walker, Thomas Abington, lawyer, Jacksonville. 

1831, Montevallo; s. Thomas T. Walker and Feribee Smith; b. Jan. 5, 1811, 
Jasper Co., Ga.; Brig.-Gen., Creek War, 1835; Solicitor, 9th Jud. Dist., 1835-39; 
Rep., Gen. Assem., 1839-42; State Senator, 1842-45 and 1859-65; Pres. Senate, 1861-63; 
Circuit Judge, 1847-58; Trustee, U. of Ala., 1840-43; Pres. Selma and Rome R. R., 
1858-64; Statesman, Jurist, Lawyer and Planter; m. Sarah McGehee, Calhoun Co., 
Aug. 30, 1836; d. Oct. 29, 1888, at Selma. 



Wiggins, L. R., (1832) 

*Witherspoon, James Prelow, planter, Columbus, Miss. 

1832, Havana; s. Witherspoon and Grace McClellan; m. Elizabeth 

Stokes, Perry Co.; d. i8 . 

1833. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

*Banks, Marion, A. B., A. M., planter, Tuscaloosa. 

1 83 1, Tuscaloosa; s. Ralph Banks, Jonesboro, and Rachael Jones; b. 1813; 
Director, Ala. State Bank, 1841; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1842-44 and 1851-52; Trus- 
tee, U. of Ala., 1876-84 and President pro tern, of Board; d. Jan. 16, 1886. 

*Bouchelle, Francis Cummins Decatur, A. B., A. M., lawyer, 
Columbus, Miss. 

1832, Abbeville, S. C. ; s. Jesse C. Bouchelle, Columbus, Miss., and Rebecca 
Cummins; b. 18 14; d. 1838, at Blount Springs. 

*Davenport, John G., A. B., A. M., '36, editor, Matagorda Co., 
Tex. 

1831, Greenville; b. 1811; One of the Founders of the "Independent Monitor," 
Tuscaloosa; d. 1838. 

*King, William Woodson, A. B., A. M., '36, lawyer, New 
Orleans, La. 

1 83 1, Montevallo; s. Edmund King and Nancy Ragan; b. Jan. i, 1813; Student, 
Univ. of Va. ; Reporter, Supreme Court of La.; State Senator, La., two terms; m. 
(i) Catherine M. Drish, Tuscaloosa, May 18, 1840, (2) Sarah Miller, New Orleans, 
1849; d. April 12, 1881. 

*McMullen, Robert Burns, A. B., A. M., minister, Clarksville, 
Tenn. 

1831, Tuscaloosa; b. 1807; D. D., Washington Col., Tenn., 1855; Prof, of Chem., 
East Tenn. Univ., Knoxville, 1842-43; Pastor, First Presbyterian Church, Knoxville, 



1833] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 37 

Tenn.; Pr.;s. Stewart Col., Clarksville, Tenn., 1859-61; m. Ann Triplette Nooe, Tus- 
caloosa, 1837; d. Jan. 12, 1865. 

♦Meek, Alexander Beaufort, A. B., A. M., '36, author, Colum- 
bus, Miss. 

1 83 1, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. Samuel Mills Meek, Tuscaloosa, and Ann Arabella 
McDowell; b. July 17, 1814; A. M., Univ. of Ga., 1844; Ensign, U. S. Vol. Army, 
Florida War, 1836; Atty-Gen., Ala., 1836-37; Judge, County Court, Tuscaloosa Co., 
1842; Asst. Sec, U. S. Treasury, 1845-47; U. S. Dist. Atty, Southern Dist., Ala., 
1847-48; Editor, "Mobile Register," 1851-58; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1853-55; 
Speaker of House, Gen. Assem., Ala., 1859-61; Trustee, U. of Ala., 1862-64; Author 
of "The Red Eagle," "Songs and Poems of the South," "Romantic Passages in Southern 
History, Orations, Sketches and Essays;" m. (1) Mrs. Emma Donaldson (.net 
Slater), Mobile, (2) Mrs. Eliza Jane Cannon, Columbus, Miss.; d. Nov. 1, 1865. 

*Shortridge, George David, A. B., A. M., '50, lawyer, Montevallo. 

1831, Tuscaloosa; s. Hon. Eli Shortridge and Howell; b. Nov. lo, 

1814; Solicitor, 8th Jud. Circuit, 1834-38; Rep., Gen. Assem., 1838; Mayor of Mont- 
gomery; Director State Bank, Ala.; Judge, 3rd Jud. Circuit, 1846-55; Mem. Constitu. 
Convention, 1861; m. Miss King, Montevallo; d. 1870. 

1833. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

*Boykin, Burwell, (Jun.), planter, Portland. 

1831, Sparta; s. Frank Boykin, Conecuh Co.; b. 1813; Col., Indian Wan, 
1836-37; Sec. to one of the European Legations; Commission Merchant, Mobile, and 
Planter at Portland; Mem. Gen. Assem., Ala., two terms; m. (1) Maria Shortridge, 
(2) Elizabeth McRae; d. July, 1858, while on way to Univirsity to deliver the Annual 
Address before Lit. Societies. 



Bracey, John D., (Jun.) 

1831, Tuscaloosa; b. 1813. 

♦Burke, Thomas Jefferson, (Jun.), lawyer, Tuscaloosa. 

1833, Crawfordsville, Ga. ; s. Miles Burke; b. in Ireland, Feb. 16, 1813; Lieut., 
U. S. A., Seminole War; Cashier State Bank; Editor Tuscaloosa Monitor; m. Sarah 
Francis Owen, Tuscaloosa, 1833; d. Nov. 24, 1857. 



Caldwell, Charles W., (Soph.) 

183 1, Tuscaloosa; s. Joseph Caldwell; b. 1816. 

♦Elmore, William Augustus, (Sen.), lawyer. New Orleans, La. 

1832, Coosada; b. Oct. 6, 1812; Atty.-Gen., La.: Supt. U. S. Mint, New Orleans, 
La.; Judge, 6th Jud. Circuit, La., 1872; m. (i) Mary Morrison, Lexington, Ky., (2) 
Julia Minor, La.; d. at Green Castle, Penn., Oct. i, 1889. 

♦Ewing, Alexander, (Soph.), Huntsville. 

1831, Huntsville; s. Stephen S. Ewing; b. 181 5; d. 1900. 

♦Fortson, John T., (Fr.), planter, Prairie, Miss. 

1833, Tuscaloosa; s. John Fortson, Egypt, Miss., and Sarah Moore; b. 1817; 
Rep., Gen. Assem., Miss.; m. Lizzie Fortson; d. 1859. 

♦Gray, William Rogers, (Soph.), planter, Tuscaloosa. 

1 83 1, Havana; s. James Gray and Susan Scott Rogers; d. i860. 



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Johnson, James A., (Soph.) 

1 83 1, Ray Co., Tenn. ; s. William J. Johnson; b. 1807. 

*Jones, Thomas McKissick, (Jun.), lawyer, Pulaski, Tenn. 

1832, Pulaski, Tenn.; s. Wilson Jones and Rebecca McKissick; b. Dec. 16, 1816; 
Student, Univ. of Va., 1833-35; Capt., Florida War; Rep., Gen. Assem., Tenn., 1845; 
State Senator, 1847; Member First Confederate Congress; Judge Criminal Court, 
1872-73; Special Judge, Supreme Court of Tenn., at different times; Mem. Constitu. 
Convention, Tenn., 1870; Director of R. R., 1855-92, and Planter's Bank, 1874-92; 
Trustee, Giles College; m. (i) Marietta Perkins, Dec. 25, 1838, (2) Mrs. Anne Gi 
Wood, May 9, 1883; d. March 13, 1892. 

*Lucas, William Henry, (Jun.), planter. Barton Co., Ga. 

b. 1814; Editor for several years, "Ala. Journal," a Whig paper at Montgomery, 
afterwards planter in Georgia; m. ''i) Maria Chumpe Bradfute, Lynchburg, Va., (2) 
Frances L. Martin, Augusta, Ga. ; d. May 24, 1880. 

*Manning, George Felix, (Jun.), physician, Aberdeen, Miss. 

1831, Huntsville; s. James Manning; b. Nov., 1814; m. Sarah Millwater; d. 18 — . 



Maples, William C., (Jun.) 

1831, Athens; s. John Maples; b. 1813. 

*Marsh, Stephen W., (Fr.), physician and planter, Canton Bend. 

183 1, Prairie Bluff; s. Bryan Marsh, Prairie Bluff, and Daniel; m. 

(1) Miss Robinson, Wilcox Co., (2) Mrs. Mary A. Burke (jiee Pledger), Canton Bend; 
d. 1868. 

*Mathews. Peter Early, (Fr.), planter, Cahaba. 

1832, Cahaba; s. Charles Lewis Mathews and Lucy Early; m. Virginia Vaughn, 
Dec. 20, 1839; d. Jan. 6, 1856. 

*Mathews, Thomas Meriwether, (Soph.), planter, Pensacola, Fla. 

1832, Cahaba; s. Charles Lewis Mathews and Lucy Early; m. Anne Agnes 
Glover, Ga., July 5, 1837; d. 1872. 

*Moore, Lawrence R., (Soph.), physician, Claiborne. 

1832, Claiborne; s. John Moore; M. D., Charleston Med. Col.; m. Sarah Syl- 
vester; d. about 1882. 

*Reese, Joseph S'., (Fr.) 

1833, Coosada; d. 18 — . 

*Saffold, Adison J., (Jun.), lawyer, New Orleans, La. 

1831, Pleasant Hill; s. Reuben Saffold and Mary Phillips; LL. B., Univ. of 
Va. ; Probate Judge, Dallas Co., many years; d. before 1861. 

Smith, Boling, (Soph.) 

1 83 1, Old Town Creek, Autauga Co. 

* Smith, William Russell, (Jun.), lawyer, Washington, D. C. 

1831, Tuscaloosa; s. Ezekiel Smith, Russellville, Ky., and Elizabeth Hampton; 
b. at Russellville, Ky., Mar. 27, 1815; Admitted to Bar, 1834; Capt., State Troops, 



1834J Graduates with Titled Degrees 39 

Creek War, 1836; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1841-43; Brig.-Gen., State Troops, 1845; 
Judge, 7th Jud. Circuit, Ala., 1850-51; Mem. U. S. Congress, 1851-57; Mem. Constitu. 
Convention, Ala., 1861; Lieut.-Col., 5th Ala., then Col. 26th Ala. Reg., C. S. A., 1861; 
Mem. Congress, C. S. A., 1861-65; Pres. and Prof. U. of A., 1870-71; Author of sev- 
eral Pub. Poems, Speeches, Addresses, Essays, etc. ; spent greater part of his life in 
Lit. Pursuits; m. (i) Jane Binion, Tuscaloosa, 1843, (2) Mary Jane Murray, Fayette, 
Jan. 3, 1847, (3) Wilhemine Maria Easby, Washington, D. C, June 14, 1854; d. 
Feb. 26, 1896. 

*Stone, Sardine Graham, (Jun.), steamboat-man, Mobile. 

1 83 1, Demopolis; s. Christopher Columbus Stone and Cyrynthia Graham (or 
Graeme); Capt., Pilot and Owner of Steamboat, Ala. River; m. (i) Mary Richardson, 
Tuscaloosa, (2) Sarah A. Hawkins, Oct., 1849; d. Mar. i, 1864. 

*Swift, Wiley Pope, (Fr.), merchant and planter, Summerfield. 

1832, Summerfield; s. John Swift; m. Mary Mildred Childress, Summerfield; 
d. Nov. 29, 1859. 

*Terrell, John Davis, (Jun.), merchant, New Orleans, La. 

1833, Tuscaloosa; s. William H. Terrell; Merchant at Tuscaloosa and then at 
New Orleans; d. at Bladen Springs, Ala., Aug. 18, 1857. 

^Thompson, Joseph W., (Jun.), planter, Preston, Miss. 

1 83 1, Springfield, Greene Co.; s. Alexander Thompson, Eutaw, and Elizabeth 
Brown; b. Aug., 1812; m. Pamilla Meek, Preston, Miss.; d. Oct. 31, 1861. 

*Thorington, James Strong, (Soph.), lawyer, Davenport, Iowa. 

1831, Montgomery; s. John H. Thorington; b. 1816; Mayor of Davenport, 
1843-46; Mem. 34th U. S. Congress, from Iowa; U. S. Consul to Aspinwall, Colon, 
1873-83; m. Mary Parker, Davenport, Iowa, April 13, 1842; d. June, 1887. 

Tindall, John L., (Soph.), Aberdeen, Miss. 

1831, Tuscaloosa; s. John L. Tindall; b. 1814. 

Towns, Adolphus D., (Jun.) 

1832, Amelia Co., Va.; s. A. T. Towns. 

Warren, John M., (Fr.) 

1833, Western Dist., Tenn. 

*Whitfield, Newton Legrand, planter, Carthage. 

1832, Tuscaloosa; s. Benjamin Whitfield and Charlotte Smith; b. 18:3; Pres. 
Ala. and Chat. R. R., 1858; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1859-60, 1865-66 and 1872-73; 
m. (i) Esther J. Frierson, Carthage, June 10, 1851, (2) Sallie G. Bardwell, Stark- 
ville, Miss., Nov. 16, 1869; d. at Montgomery, Dec. 2, 1872. 

*Wyser, Jonathan M., Tuscaloosa. 

1831, Tuscaloosa; s. Jacob Wyser and Nancy W. ; b. June 5, 1816; 

killed by lightning April 12, 1833. 

1834. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

*Bailey, James Francis, A. B., A. M., '38, lawyer, Marion. 

1833, Perryville; s. J. G. Bailey; b. i8n; LL. B., Univ. of Va., 1837; Tutor, 
U. of A., 1835; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1847-48; Judge, County Court, Perry Co., 



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1848-50; Judge, Probate Court, Perry Co., 1850-65; Mem. Constitu. Convention, Ala., 
1861 and '65; m. Ellen Amanda Mosely, Dec. 9, 1849; d. April 18, 1889. 

*Clay, Clement Claiborne, A. B., A. M., '37, lawyer, Huntsville. 

1833, Huntsville; s. Clement Comer Clay and Susanna Claiborne Withers; b. 
Dec, 1817; Law Student, Univ. of Va. ; admitted to Bar, 1840; Editor, Huntsville 
Democrat; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1842-45; Judge, Madison Co. Court, 1846-48; 
Senator, U. S. Congress, 1853-61; Senator, C. S. Congress, 1861-63; Peace Commis- 
sioner from C. S. A. to Canada, 1864; Planter; m. Virginia Caroline Tunstall, Tusca- 
loosa, Feb. I, 1843; d. Jan. 3, 1882. 

♦Cochrane, William Allen, A. B., A. M., '37, physician, Tusca- 
loosa. 

1831, Tuscaloosa; s. Hiram P. Cochrane and Nancy Stoker; b. 1817; M. D., 
U. of Penn., 1839; City Tax Assessor; Sec. Board of Trustees, U. of Ala., 1876-1891; 
m. Annie Eliza Coleman, Trinity, Mar. 31, 1862; d. July 29, 1891. 

♦Crenshaw, Walter Henry, A. B., A. M., '37, lawyer, Greenville. 

1831, Ridge\rille; s. Anderson Crenshaw and Mary Chiles; b. July, 1817; Rep., 
Gen. Assem., Ala., 1838-40 and '43-'47; Speaker House, 1861-1865; Senator, 1851-53; 
President, Senate, 1865; Mem. Constitu. Convention, Ala., 1865; Judge, Criminal 
Court, Butler Co., 1872; m. Sarah Anderson Crenshaw, Wetumpka, 1843; d. 1886. 

*Kelly, Isham Harrison, A. B., A. M., '38, lawyer, Carrollton. 

1833, Pickens Co.; s. Moses Kelly; m. Miss Herbert, Wilcox Co., 1836; d. 1844. 

*Mastin, James Hervy, A. B., banker, Huntsville. 

1831, Huntsville; s. F. T. Mastin and Arbela Hogue; b. Nov i, 1812; Pres. 
Madison Turn Pike Co.; Pres., First Nat. Bank, Huntsville; Merchant and planter; 
m. Mary Jane Erskine, Huntsville, Nov. 8, 1843; d. April 13, 1894. 

*Parham, William S., A. B., A. M., '37 

1833, Courtland; b. 1814; d. 189 — . 

*Peters, Thomas Minott, A. B., A. M., '45, lawyer, Moulton. 

1833, Lawrence Co.; s. Peters and Minott; b. 1810; Rep., 

Gen. Assem., Ala., 1845; State Senator, 1846; Mem. Constitu. Convention of Ala., 
1S67; Justice Supreme Court, Ala., 1868-74; Chief Justice, Supreme Court of Ala., 
1873-74; d. June, 1888. 

*Read, John Brahan, A. B., A. M., '50, physician, Tuscaloosa. 

1831, Huntsville; s. John Read, Huntsville; b. June, 1816; M. D., 

College; Prof, of Physics and Astronomy, A. and M. Col. of Ala,, 1872-73; Surgeon, 
U. of Ala., 1860-65 and 1874-1878; County Health Officer, Tuscaloosa, 1890-99; m. 
Susan W. Childress, Tuscaloosa; d. Jan. 20, 1899. 

*Smith, John McLaughlin, A. B., A. M., '37, planter, Artesia, 
Miss. 

1833, Leighton; s. John M. Smith; b. 1812; Teacher, Prep. School, U. of Ala., 
1835-37; Tutor of Math., U. of Ala., 1837; Rep., Gen. Assem. of Miss., 1859-61; 
Mem., Board of Supervisors, Lowndes Co., Miss.; d. 188 — . 

*Tait, Charles William, A. B., A. M., '43, physician, Columbus, 
Tex. 

1831, Black's Bluff, Wilcox Co.; s. Jades A. Tait; b. 1815; M. D., Jefferson 



1834] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 41 

Med. Col.; Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Navy, 1837-43; Surgeon in Texas Vol., Mexican 
War, 1846; Major, Tex. Vol., C. S. A.; Mem., Gen. Assem., Tex.; m. Louisa Wil- 
liams, LaFayette Co., Tex., 1849; d. 1878. 

1834. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

*Acklen, Joseph Alexander Smith, (Jun.), lawyer, Nashville, 
Tenn. 

1833, Huntsville; s. Samuel Black Acklen and Elizabeth Hunt; b. at Hunts- 
ville, July 6, 1816; Col. in U. S. A., Mexican War, 1846-48; U. S. Attorney for Ala., 
under Presidents Van Buren, Tyler and Polk; after 1849 a large Cotton Planter in 
West Feliciana Parrish, La.; m. Adelicia Hayes, Nashville, Tenn., May 9, 1849; d. at 
Angola Plantation, La., Sept. 11, 1863. 

*Aylett, Alfred Leonidas, (Soph.), lawyer, Tuscaloosa. 

1833, Tuscaloosa; s. William Aylett, Dallas Co., and Winston; b. 

1817; d. at St. Stephens, 1845. 

*Baker, Jacob Herrod, (Soph.), A. M., '50, teacher, Ruhama. 

1831, Tuscaloosa; s. George Baker, Northport, and Mary Robertson; b. 1809; 
Baptist Minister; m. Martha Rockett, Elyton, 1837; d. April, 1861. 

*Bouchelle, Ezra F., (Soph.), physician, Boligee. 

1832, Abbeville Dist., S. C. ; s. Dr. Jesse Bouchelle, Columbus, Miss., and Re- 
becca Cummins; b. 1816; M. D., Transylvania Col., Ky.; Physician in Lowndes Co., 
Miss., 1845-55; Boligee, 1855-74; m. Maria T. Minor, Tuscaloosa, 1845; d. 1874. 



Browning, John F., (Soph.) 

1832, Churchill, Lowndes Co.; s. William Browning. 

Bynum, Oakley H., (Fr.), planter, Courtland. 

1833, Courtland; s. Drew S. Bynum; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1839 and 1849; 
State Senator, 1857-61. 

Cameron, John M., (Sen.) 

1833, Cedar Grove, Jefferson Co.; s. William Cameron, Sr.; b. 1812. 

Casey, Harry Rosser, (Soph.) 

1832, Mobile Co. 

*Childress, James Locke, (Soph.), merchant, Citronelle, 

1832, Tuscaloosa; s. James Childress, Tuscaloosa, and Mary Phifer; b. 1815; 
Planter at Tuscaloosa until 1850, Warehouse, Cotton business, and agent U. S. Mail 
Stage Line, 1850-55, at Gainesville; Cotton business. Mobile, 1855-58; m. Susannah 
Louisa Lydia Burin, Tuscaloosa, Aug. 15, 1837; d. Oct. 16, 1858. 

Evans, Josiah Thomas, (Jun.), physician, Myrtlewood. 

1S31, Canton; s. Thomas Evans, Canton, and Rebecca Ann DeWitt; b. Dec. 
19, 1812; M. D., Jefferson Med. Col., 1837; Planter; m. (i) Louisa Lenora Rembert, 
Jan. 16, 1839, Marengo Co., (2) Elizabeth Amanda Rembert, Jefferson, Jan. 3, 1867. 

*Fox, John Bonner, (Fr.), planter, Carrollton, Miss. 

1833, Athens; s. John Fox, Madison Sta., and Elizabeth Camel; m. (i) Miss 
Phillips, Madison Sta., (2) a widow, Carrollton, Miss; d. 18 — . 



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*Frierson, James Hervey, (Sen.), physician, Columbia, Tenn. 

1831, Carthage; s. Robert Frierson and Witherspoon; b. Nov., 1813; 

m. Mary Frierson, Murry Co., Tenn., May 2, 1839; d. Jan. 26, 1846. 

Gibson, Willis H., (Fr.) 

1833, Courtland; s. Thomas Gibson; b. 1812. 

*Graham, James Whitfield, (Soph.), minister, Tampa, Fla. 

1833, Washington, Autauga Co.; s. Alexander Graham, Lowndesboro, and Mar- 
garet McAuley; b. Jan. 19, 1814; Student, Centre Col., Ky.; Lawyer, Wetumpka, 
1839-48; Reg. in Chancery, 1840-45; Prin., Lowndesboro Acad., 1849-1861; Supt. Edu- 
cation, Lowndes Co., 1852-60; Probate Judge, Lowndes Co., 1861-68; Pres., Lowndes- 
boro F. Col., 1869-70; Prin., Pleasant Hill Acad., 1870-77; ordained Presbyterian 
Minister, 1872; Pastor of Churches, Lowndes Co., 1874-77; College Hill, Miss., 
1877-83; RiDley, Miss., 1883-89; Braidentown, Fla., 1889-96; retired, feeble health, 
1896-99; m. Sarah Caroline Smith, Lowndesboro, Oct. 18, 1842; d. Jan. 1, 1899. 

Griggs, Anderson C, (Soph.) 

1831, Greensboro; b. Feb., 18 16. 

*Henry, William C, (Jun.), lawyer, , Tex. 

1831, Centreville; s. John Henry, Centreville, and Elizabeth Williams; b. 181 7; 
Probate Judge, Bibb Co., 1849; m. Elmina Harrison; d. while Candidate for Lieut.- 
Gov. of Texas. 

*Inge, Zebulon Montgomery Pike, (Soph.), officer, U. S. Army. 

1832, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. Richard Inge, Tuscaloosa, and Brownlow; 

Grad. West Point, U. S. M. A., 1838; First Llieut., 20th U. S. Dragoons; m. in 
Maryland, 1840; killed at battle La Resaca De La Palma, Mexican War, May 9, 1846. 

Johnston, George W., (Fr.) 

1834, St. Stephens; s. James Johnston. 



Kidd, Wilson M., (Jun.) 

1833, Harpersville, Shelby Co.; s. John W. Kidd. 

King, John W., (Fr.) 

1833, Huntsville; s. John D. King; b. 1815. 

Kornegay, Thomas R., (Fr.) 

1833, Dallas Co. 

*Marr, Daniel Price Perkins, (Soph.), physician, Bolivar Co., 

Miss. 

1831, Tuscaloosa; s. Major William Miller Marr, Tuscaloosa, and Nancy 
Greene Perkins; b. 1816; Planter; m. Salina Eubanks, Jackson, Miss., 1851; d. at 
Wyandotte, Va., Aug. 1, 1853. 

*Marsh, Bryan, Jr., (Soph.), merchant. Canton Bend. 



1833, Prairie Bluff, Wilcox Co.; s. Bryan Marsh, Prairie Bluff, and 



Daniel; b. 1815; Commission Merchant at New Orleans and Planter in Wilcox Co.; 
d. 1861. 



1834] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 43 

*McGehee, Edward S., (Soph.), physician, Yazoo, Miss. 

1832, Springfield, Greene Co.; s. Dabney Oswell McGehee and Esther Meri- 
wether; b. July IS, 1812; m. Mrs. Nancy D. Montgomery {nee Paul), Benton, Miss., 
June II, 1841; d. Sept. 23, 1870. 



Metcalfe, James M., (Jun.) 

1833, Huntsville; s. Barnette Metcalfe; b. i8i6. 

Moore, Thomas C., (Fr.) 

1833, Moscow, Marion Co.; s. James Moore. 

*Murphy, John, Jr., (Soph.), lawyer, Claiborne. 

1832, Gosport, Clarke Co.; s. Ex-Gov. John Murphy, Gosport, and Sarah 
Hails; d. at Gosport, about 1840. 

*Owen, Joseph Richardson Nimmo, (Soph.) physician, Eureka, 

Nev. 

1831, Tuscaloosa; s. John Owen, Tuscaloosa, and Anna Keeling Sylvester; b. 
1818; M. D., Med. Col., Lexington, Ky. ; Private, Fla. Indian War and Mexican 
War; Surgeon, C. S. A.; d. May 3, 1900. 



Peete, Richard P., (Soph.) 

1833, Moresville, Limestone Co.; s. Benjamin Peete; b. 1816. 

*Phillips, George Crawford, (Jun.), planter, Selma. 

1831, Selma; s. Dr. George Phillips, Selma, and Pollie Martin; b. May, i8is; 
Commissioner, Drillas Co., 20 years; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., two or more sessions; 
m. Adoline Dillingham Crawford, Feb. 25, 1835; d. Aug. 30, 1872. 

*Rives, Whitmill W., (Jun.), lawyer, Sparta. 

1831, Sparta, Conecuh Co.; s. Thomas Rives; b. 1815; m. Miss Tait, 184 — ; 
d. 184—. 

*Sorsby, William Clinton, (Jun.), planter, Forkland. 

1832, Erie, Greene Co.; s. Alexander Sorsby and Rebecca Williams; b. 1813; 
d. Dec. I, 1853. 

*Sterret, David W., (Jun.), lawyer, Camden. 

1833, Montevallo; b. 1813; Rep., Gen. Assem., several terms; m. Susan McCon- 
nico, Allenton, 184 — ; d. 1858. 

*Tutwiler, Thomas Harrison, (Soph.)^ lawyer, Fluvanna Co., Va. 

1832, Fluvanna Co.; s. Martin Tutwiler and Maria Shores; b. Oct. 16, 1818; 
LL. B., Univ. of Va., 1842; Rep., Gen. Assem., Va., 1858-60; Quartermaster, C. S. A.; 
Commonwealth Atty. for Fluvanna Co., twenty years; m. (i) Harriet Magruder 
Strange, Oak Hi!', Va., 1843. (2) Caroline C. Sloan, Goshen, Va., 1862; d. July 15, 1882. 



Wallis, Amos S., (Jun.) — 

1832, Macon, Ga. 

Watson, George H., (Soph.) 

1833, Daniels Prairie, Greene Co.; s. John Watson; b. 1813. 



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Williams, Blakey J., (Fr.) 

1833, Alexandria, La.; s. Henry Williams. 

Wilson, Robert M., (Soph.) 

1832, Havana, Tuscaloosa Co.; s. David Wilson, Havana, and Sarah Witherspoon. 

1835. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

♦Baldwin, Marion Augustus, A. B., A. M., '43, lawyer, Mont- 
gomery. 

1833, Line Creek, Montgomery Co.; s. William Baldwin and Celia Fitzpatrick; 
Att'y Gen. of Ala., 1843-1865; b. Aug. 13, 1813; m. Celia Fitzpatrick, Montgomery Co., 
June 7, 1842; d. Aug. 16, 1865. 

*Gaines, George Washington, A. B., merchant, Tuskahoma. 

183 1, Washington Co.; s. George Strother Gaines, State Line, Miss., and 
Elizabeth Gaines; b. 1815; Warehouseman; m. Eliza Earle; d. 1852 or '53. 

*Inge, William Bullock, A. B., A. M., '44, planter, Greensboro. 

1831, Erie, Greene Co.; s. Richard Inge, Eutaw, and Eliza Bullock; b. 1815; 
Contributor to Cur. Literature; m. Elizabeth H. Herndon, Erie; d. Jan. 1, 1873. 

♦Meriwether, George Mathews, A. B., physician, Mathews Sta. 

1833, Mt. Meigs; s. Nicholas Lewis Meriwether, M. D., and Mary de Yampert; 
b. 1814; M. D., Philadelphia; m. (i) Sarah Ann Fitzpatrick, 1838, (2) Josephine 
Hortense Landrum, 1858; (3) Susan Knox Barnett, 1871; d. Oct. 13, 1873. 

♦Moore, John Edmund, A. B., lawyer, Florence. 

1833, Huntsville; s. Dr. Alfred Moore and Eliza Jones; b. 1815; Rep., Gen. 
Assam., Ala., 1847; Judge of 4th Jud. Circuit; Judge Advocate Gen'l on Gen. Hardee's 
Staff; m. Lettia Watson, Richmond, Va., 1844; d. at Greensboro, in Mil. Service, 
186s, C. S. A. 

♦Mundy, Reuben, A. B., A. M., '53, planter, Mansfield, La. 

1831, Churchill, Lowndes Co.; b. Jan., 1814; d. before 1870. 

♦Powe, William Erasmus, A. B., A. M., '53, planter. Lower Peach 
Tree. 

1832, Winchester, Miss.; s. William Powe; b. 1814; A. M., Oxford, O., 1836; Capt., 
Co. K, 23rd Ala. Reg. Inf., C. S. A.; m. (i) Jane Margaret Gregg, Lower Peach 
Tree, Jan., 1842; (2) Sarah Jane Gaines, Lower Peach Tree, April 17, 1865; d. 
March 10, 1879. 

♦Townes, Eggleston Dick, A. B., lawyer, , Tex. 

1833, LaGrange, Franklin Co.; s. John D. Townes; b. 1817; Chancellor, N. 
Chancery Division, Ala., 1851-52; d. 1864. 

1835. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

♦Baines, George Washington, (Soph.), minister, Belton, Tex. 

1833, Tuscaloosa; s. Rev. Thomas Baines, Tuscaloosa, and Mary McCoy; A. M., 
(College unknown); Rep., Gen. Assem., Ark., 1842-43; Editor, Tex. Baptist, 1852-61; 



1835] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 45 

Pres., Baylor Univ., 1861-63; m. (i) Melissa Ann Butler, Carroll Co., Ark., Oct. 20, 
1840, (2) Mrs. Cynthia Williams, Fairfield, Tex., June 13, 1865; d. Dec. 28, 1882. 

*Barnes, William Keyes, (Fr.), planter, , Ark. 

1835, Suggsville, Clarke Co.; s. Samuel T. Barnes, Suggsville, and Malinda 
Keyes, Washington, D. C; Private, Mexican War, U. S. A.; d. 18 — . 

*Bealle, William Lambert, (Fr.), planter, Foster's. 

1834, Foster's; s. William Bealle, Columbia Co., Ga., and Mary Simmons; b. 
1815; m. Martha Townsend, Tuscaloosa; d. i860. 

Brandon, Robert S., (Soph.) 

1833, Huntsville; s. William Brandon; b. 1816. 

*Carson, Thomas Lynch, (Jun.), planter, Tuscaloosa. 

1833, Tuscaloosa; s. John Haywood Carson, Greene Co., and Mary Lynch 
Horry; b. 18 16; m. Sarah Virginia Marr, Tuscaloosa, April 7,1847; d. at New 
Orleans, April 17, 1867. 

^Cleveland, Larkin Green, (Fr.), planter, Selma. 

183s, Selma; s. Carter Harrison Cleveland and Mary Smith; b. May 18, 1817; 
m. Mary Maul, Benton; d. April 28, 1882. 

*Croom, Richard Hardie, physician, Greensboro. 

1834, Pickens Mill, Marengo Co.; s. Jesse Croom, Greensboro, and Susan 
Hardie; b. 1818; M. D., Philadelphia; Private, U. S. Army, Mexican War; d. in 
New Orleans of yellow fever on return from Mexico, 1848. 

*Davis, Zebulon P., (Soph.), Huntsville. 

1833, Athens; s. Capt. Nicholas Davis and Martha Hargraves; b. 1816; d. 18 — . 

Eastin, Mathew G., (Fr.) 

1834, Tuscaloosa; s. Thomas Eastin; b. 1817. 

*Evans, John Augustus, (Fr.), planter, Canton. 

183s, Canton; s. Thomas Evans, Canton, and Rebecca Ann DeWitt; b. 1817; 
m. Elizabeth Caldwell, 1837; d. 1850. 

*Givhan, William P., (Soph), planter, Pontotoc, Miss. 

1833, Selma; s. Jacob Givhan, Selma, and Martha Ringer; b. i8i6; m. (1) Mar- 
garet Steadman, Dallas Co.; (2) Louisiana Hunter, Dallas Co.; (3) Martha Prude, 
Pontotoc, Miss.; d. in Mobile, 1864. 

*Hudson, John William, (Soph.), teacher, ; Covington, Tenn. 

1833, Belief onte, Jackson Co.; s. Caleb B. Hudson; m. (i) Sarah Netherland, 
Bellefonte, Jan., 1840, (2) ; d. 18 — . 

Inge, Henry W., (Prep.) 

183s, Tuscaloosa. 

Joyner, William H., (Fr.) 

1834, Pensacola, Fla. ; s. Robert Joyner; b. 1816. 

*Kennedy, Joseph Stair, (Soph.), Mobile. 

1833, Mobile; s. Joshua Kennedy; d. April 17, 1849. 



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Kennedy, Oscar P., (Soph.) 

1833, Mobile Co.; s. Joshua Kennedy. 

♦Mitchell, Bruce Hannable, (Sen.), physician^ Mobile. 

1832, Cahaba; s. Uriah G. Mitchell and Mary Hogan; Planter; m. (i) Georgia 
Vaughan, (2) Mrs. Sangoober, Mobile; d. at Mobile, May, 1889. 

^Mitchell, Columbus White, (Sen.), lawyer, Line Creek. 

1832, Wetumpka; s. Thomas James Mitchell, Wetumpka, and Mary Wood; 
b. 1816; Planter; m. Sarah Fitzpatrick, Line Creek, Montgomery Co., April 19, 1837; 
d. May 23, 1856. 

*Molett, John Ulmer, (Fr.), planter, Portland. 

1834, Portland; s. William P. Molett, Portland, and Margarett Ann Ulmer; b. 
1818; m. Virginia Susan Caldwell, Tuscaloosa, Jan., 1840; d. April 17, 1871. 

Morrow, Robert G., (Fr.) 

1835, Pickens Co.; s. William N. Morrow; b. 1816. 

*Percy, Charles Brown, (Soph.), planter, Nashville, Tenn. 

1833, Huntsville; s. Thomas George Percy and Margaret Walker; b. 1819; 
LL. B., Cumberland U., 1838; m. Mary Hamilton Nichol, Nashville, Tenn., 1840; 
d. 1850. 

Pope, Charles A., ( Jun.) 

1833, Huntsville; s. Benjamin S. Pope; b. 1818. 

*Rhodes, Henry D., (Soph.), planter, , Tex. 

1833, Decatur; s. Henry W. Rhodes; b. 1817; d. 18 — . 

Robinson, Montgomery C, (Fr.) 

183s, Madisonville, Madison Co., Miss.; s. George Robinson; b. 1814. 

*Rockett, Hosea Hoi combe, (Fr.), minister, Jonesboro. 

1833, Jonasbcro; s. Richard Rockett; b. 1811; Pastor, Mudd Creek Baptist 
Church, 1838, and Union, Jefferson Co., 1839; d. 18 — . 

Runnels, Edmund S., (Soph.) 

1833, Madison Co., Miss., (P. C, Livingston, Ala.); s. Hardin D. Runnels; 
b. 18 1 7. 

Runnels, Hiram A., (Soph.) 

1834, Madison Co., Miss., (P. O. Livingston, Ala.); s. Hardin D. Runnels; 
b. 1818. 

*Sorsby, Thomas Jefferson, (Jun.), planter, Havana. 

1834, Erie, Greene Co.; s. Alexander Sorsby and Rebecca Williams; b. 1816; 
d. Nov. 16, 1869 on Steamboat on way from Mobile to his home. 

*Stickney, Frederick Grist, (Soph.), merchant, Greensboro. 

1833, Greensboro; s. Joseph Blodgett Stickney, Greensboro, and Harriet Grist; 
Taught several years at Oak Grove, Green Co. ; Planter near Green Springs, after 
1865 Merchant at Havana; m. Martha Walthall, Perry Co., Feb. 6, 1851; d. at Greens- 
boro, Jan. 3, 1892. 



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*Stone, William Desaix, Jr., (Prep.), Mobile. 

183s, Tuscaloosa; s. William Desaix Stone and Elizabeth Lewis; b. July 3, 
1822; Private, Vol. U. S. A., Mexican War; d. Mar., 1862. 

*Terrell, Andrew Jackson, (Fr.), planter and merchant, 
Wetumpka. 

183s, Tuscaloosa; s. William H. Terrell; b. 1816; m. Sarah A. Hagerty, We- 
tumpka; d. Oct. 22, 1870. 

* Vivian, Thacker, (Soph.), planter, Mt. Sterling. 

1833, Washington C. H., Washington Co.; s. F. Vivian; b. 1817; m. Susan 
Earle, Tuscahoma, about 1845; d. in Mobile, about 1867. 

*Walker, Leroy Pope, (Jun.), lawyer, Huntsville. 

1833, Huntsville; s. John Williams Walker, Huntsville, and Pope; 

b. 1817; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1843-49, and 1853-57; Speaker of the House, 1849; 
Judge of 4th Circuit, 1849-51; Delegate to Charleston and Richmond Conventions, 
i860; Sec. of War, C. S. A., 1861; Brig.-Gen., C. S. A., 1862; Judge of Military 

Court, 1862-65; Pres., Consti. Convention, 1875; m. (i) , Miss., (2) 

Eliza Pickett, Montgomery. 

* Williams, Charles Lewis, (Jun.), lawyer, Tuscaloosa. 

1834, Tuscaloosa; s. Marmaduke Williams and Agnes Payne; b. 1813; d. 18 — . 

Williams, Edward Allen, (Fr.), planter, Bastrop, Tex. 

1834, Suggsville, Clarke Co.; s. Stephen Williams, Brenham, Tex., and Martha 
Black, of Ga. ; m. Zilpha Harvey, Suggsville, about 1837. 

*Wood, Green Mark, (Jun.), planter, Navasota, Tex. 

1831, Montgomery; m. Mary Jane LeGrand, Tuskegee, 1845; d. Mar. ,1898. 



Woods, William C., (Fr.) 

1835, Selma; s. M. G. Woods; b. 1816. 

1836. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

*Bowden, Franklin Welsh, A. B., lawyer, Henderson, Tex. 

1834, Montevallo; s. Samuel Bowden and Welsh; b. Feb. 17, 1817; 

Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1844-45; Mem., U. S. Congress from Ala., 1846-51; Presi- 
dential Elector, State at Large, Tex., for Buchanan; m. Sarah Elizabeth Chilton, Talla- 
dega, 1840; d. June 5, 1857. 

*Coleman, Walter Leak, A. B., lawyer, Montgomery. 

1833, Butler Co.; s. Dr. James Coleman, Rockingham, N. C, and Nancy Leak; 
b. 1813; Mayor of Montgomery, 1864-68; m. Caroline A. Bibb, Montgomery, May 7, 
1844; d. Dec. 4, 1879. 

*Johnston, Richard T., A. B., planter, Mansfield, La. 

1834, Lowndes Co.; s. William S. Johnston; b. 1814; d. 18 — . 

*Marr, John Hardin, A. B., physician, Panola Co., Miss. 

1833, Tuscaloosa; s. William Miller Marr, Tuscaloosa, and Nancy Greene Per- 
kins; b. 1818; d. Oct. 2.3, 1840, Yallowbusha Co., Miss. 



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♦Miller, Washington D., A. B., A. M., '48, lawyer, Austin, Tex. 

1833, Moulton, Lawrence Co.; s. David Miller; b. 1814; Rep., in Tex. Congress, 
1840; Private Sec. to President Houston, 1841-43; Sec. of State, Tex., 1849-50; 
Chief Clerk x'ost Office Dept., C. S. A. ;Planter; d. near Austin, 1865. 

*Pickens, Andrew Lenoir, A. B., A. M., '40, planter, Greene Co. 

1831, Greene Co. ; Capt., Coffee's Ala. Reg., Mexican War; b. July, 1817; d. 1848. 

♦Roberts, Oran Milo, A. B., LL. D., lawyer, Austin, Tex. 

1833, Ashviiie, St. Clair Co.; s. Obe Roberts and Margaret Ewing; b. 1815; 
Dist. Att'y, Tex., 1844-45; Dist. Judge, 1846-51; Asso. Justice, Supreme Court, Tex., 
1857; President, Constitu. Convention, 1861; Col., Tex. Reg., C. S. A.; Chief Justice, 
Supreme Court, 1864; Chairman Jud. Com., Constitu. Convention, 1866; Senator 
Elect, U. S. Congress, 1866; Prof., Gilmer Law School, 1868-70, and Univ. of Tex., 
1882-1892; Chief Justice, Supreme Court, 1876-78; Governor, 1878-82; m. (i) Francis 
W. Edwards, St. Clair Co., Ala., Dec. 12, 1837, (2) Catherine E. Borden, Marble 
Falls, Tex., Dec. 15, 1887; d. May 28, 1898. 

*Sheppard, James G., A. B., , Gal. 

1833, Portland, Dallas Co.; s. A. Sheppard; b. 1817; Sheriff, Matagorda Co., 
Tex.; d. 18—. 

*Tate, George Washington, A. B., planter, Summerfield. 

1833, Selma; s. Caleb Tate; b. 1814; d. 1891. 

*Wallis, Elijah Crockett, A. B., planter, Memphis. 

1834, Somerville, Morgan Co.; s. John M. K. A. Wallis; b. 1814; Rep., Gen. 
Assem., Ala., 1841; d. Nov. i, 1843. 

*Wallis, James Williamson, A. B., merchant, Memphis. 

1834, Somerville, Morgan Co.; s. John M. K. A. Wallis; b. 1816; Planter and 
Inventor of various tools and machines for culture and manufacture of cotton; m. (i) 
Miss Ivey, (2) N. J. Gilkey; d. Mar. 14, 1892. 

*AVebb, James Daniel, A. B., A. M,, '51, lawyer, Greensboro. 

1834, Eutaw; s. Judge Henry Young Webb, Tuscaloosa, and Elizabeth Forney; 
b. 1818; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1843-51; State Senator, 1853; Mem., Constitu. Con- 
vention, Ala., 1861; Trustee, U. of Ala., 1858-1863; Capt., 5th Ala. Reg., then Lieut.- 
Col. and Col. of 51st Reg., Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; m. Jestinia S. Walton, Eutaw, Aug. 3, 
185 — ; d. from wound rec'd in battle. Elk River, Tenn., July 6, 1863. 

1836. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

*Ashford, Augustus Hezekiah, (Soph.), physician, Courtland. 

1836,, Courtland; s. Thomas Ashford and Jane S. Elgin; b. July 6, 1817; 
d. Sept. 5, 1843. 

♦Bates, Joseph C, (Fr.), planter, , Miss 

183s, Claiborne, Monroe Co.; b. 1819; d. 18 — . 

♦Beck, Alfred Jack, (Soph.), lawyer, Camden. 

1834, Canton, Wilcox Co.; s. John Beck, Wilcox Co., and Margaret King; b. 
1818; Planter; m. Laura Mathews; d. 1859. 



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*Beck, Franklin King, (Sen.), lawyer, Camden. 

1834, Canton Bend, Wilcox Co.; s. John Beck, Wilcox Co., and Margaret 
King; b. 1815; Col., 23rd Ala. Reg. Vol., C. S. A.; m. Martha J. Tail; killed in 
battle, Resaca, Ga., Oct. 12, 1864. 

*Bibb, William Crawford, (Fr.), Montgomery. 

1835, Columbus, Miss.; s. Judge Dandridge Bibb and Mary Xenia Oliver; b. 
1820; Student at Franklin Col., Ga. ; V. Pres., S. & N. R.R.; Pres., Ala. Insurance 
Co.; Inventor of Agricultural Machinery; Introduced use of iron cotton tie in Ala.; 
m. (i) Priscilla Sims, Tuscaloosa, (2) Rebecca Harris, Athens, Ga. ; d. May 23, 1896. 



Bohannon, R. Moreland, (Prep.) 

1836, Cahaba, Dallas Co.; s. B. Bohannon; b. 1820. 

Bonfils, Julius, (Prep.), physician, Bridgeton, Mo. 

1836, Tuscaloosa; s. Prof. Sauveur F. Bonfils, Lexington, Ky., and Lucinda 
Alden; b. 1823; Surgeon, U. S. A., 1862; m. Thankful Burgess, St. Louis, Mo., 1844. 

*Bonfils, Sauveur Francois, (Soph.), physician, Bridgeton, Mo. 

1834, Tuscaloosa; s. Prof. Sauveur F. Bonfils and Lucinda Alden; M. D., 
Transylvania Univ., Lexington, Ky., 1840; Prac. Med. at Nashville and Trenton, 
Tenn., and St. Louis, Mo.; m. Maria D. Whitlock, Trenton, Tenn., 1841; d. June 

IS. 1855- 

*Boyd, Robert Columbus, (Prep.), planter, Boozer. 

1836, Benton Co.; m. (i) , in S. C, (2) , 

in Benton Co., (3) Sallie Pass, Calhoun Co.; d. Mar. 16, 1893. 

*Brown, Beaufort W., (Soph.), physician, , Tex. 

183s, Pickens Co.; Lived at Memphis, Ala., 1850-52, moved to Tex.; m. Nina 
Henderson; d. 18 — . 

Brown, Sidney P., (Soph.) 

1834, Pickens Co.; s. John Brown; b. 1819; Private, Vol. U. S. A., Seminole War. 

*Burnett, Samuel, (Fr.), planter, Sparta. 

1836, Sparta, Conecuh Co.; s. Samuel Burnett and Harriet Harris; b. 1820; 
killed by a horse in 1836. 

*Cade, Ervin Easly, (Fr.), planter, Selma. 

1836, Linden; s. William Cade; b. 1819; m. Martha Ann Vaughan, near Selma, 
May 12, 1845; d. Jan. 29, i860. 

Calloway, William J., (Soph.), 

1835, Greensboro; s. Jesse M. Calloway; b. 1816. 

Chiles, John R., (Fr.) 

183s, Jackson, Miss.; b. 1815. 

*Clement, Moses B., (Jun.), minister, Forkland. 

1835, Worcester, Mass; Pastor Baptist Church at Forkland in 1856; d. 18 — . 

^Cochrane, John Hunter, (Fr.), Tuscaloosa 

1835, Tuscaloosa; s. Hiram P. Cochrane and Nancy Stoker; d. 18 — . 
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Cocke, Edward A. R., (Fr.) 

1834, Greensboro; s. John Cocke; b. 1818. 

*Crenshaw, John Washington, (Fr.), planter, Marion, 

1836, Marion; s. Joseph Crenshaw; b. 1817; m. (i) Fannie Spencer, Elytoti, 
(2) Lucy Ludington, Marion; d. April 30, 1892. 

*Croom, Richard, (Jnn.), planter, i Newberne. 

1835, Greensboro; s. Wiley Jones Croom, Greensboro, and Elizabeth HoUiday; 
b. 1820; m. Elizabeth Huddleston, Greensboro; d. in Greene Co., 1849. 

*Dansby, Isaac, (Fr.), lawyer, Kaufman, Tex 

1835, Dayton; s. Eleanor Dansby and Martha Cowser; b. 1818; Capt., C. S. A.; 
Brig.-Gen., Tex. State Troops; Rep., Gen. Assem., Tex. Leg.; m. Seraphena Watkins; 
d. Jan. II, 1874. 

*Dollarhide, Benjamin E., (Jun.), physician, Clinton, 

1833, DeCalb, Kemper Co., Miss.; b. 1813; M. D., Univ. of Pa., 1837; d. 1842. 

Earle, James W., (Fr.) 

183s, Pineville, Marengo Co.; s. Joseph B. Earle; b. 1820. 

*Evans, Charles Poellnitz, (Fr.), physician, Canton. 

183s, Canton, Wilcox Co.; s. Thomas Evans, Canton, and Rebecca Ann DeWitt; 
b. 1818; d. Oct., 1857. 

Felton, Thaddeus W., (Soph.) 

183s, Lagrange, Lawrence Co. 

*Forrester, William, (Prep.), planter, Tuscaloosa. 

183s, Tuscaloosa; s. William Forrester and Martha Boles; b. 1814; m. Malinda 
Rhone, Tuscaloosa, Nov. 6, 185 1; d. Jan. 25, 1889. 

*Gayle, Mathew, (Soph.), physician, Mt. Vernon, 

1834, Mobile; s. John Gayle, Mobile, and Sarah A. Hayiiesworth; b. 1820; 
M. D., Jefferson Med. Col., 1842; d. July lo, 1875. 

*Gullette, John Fades, (Fr.), planter Camden. 

1835, Canton, Wilcox Co.; s. George Samuel Gullette and Mary Ann Eades; b. 
1816; 2nd Lieut, in U. S. A., Fla. Indian Wars; Mem. Board of Rev. and County 
Commissioner, Wilcox Co.; m. Rebecca Blackmon, Camden; d. March 21, 1899. 

*Hagerty, Jackson, planter, Wetumpka, 

1836, Wetumpka; s. Abel Hagerty; b. 1816; d. 1854. 

*Hardwick, Benjamin Franklin, (Fr.), planter, Carthage, 

1836, Carthage, Tuscaloosa Co.; s. Garland Hardwick and Dorothy Kennedy; b. 
Aug. 3D, 18 18; Lieut., Tarrant's Bat., and Major, C. S. A.; m. Mrs. Lucy Allen (nee 
Gray); d. at Tuscaloosa, Sept. 10, 1869. 

Harriss, Robert Y., (Sen.) 

1833, Appling, Columbia Co., Ga.; s. Josiah Harriss; b. 1816. 



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*Hencion, Benjamin Franklin, (Fr.), minister, Moss Point, Miss. 

1835, Greensboro; M. D., Philadelphia Med. Col.; Physician until 1870; Pastor 
Baptist Church at Moss Point, Miss.; m. Martha T. T. Cobb, Sumter Co., Jan. s, 
1843; d. Mar. 10, 1884. 

Hodges, Robert L., (Fr.) 

1835, Courtland, Lawrence Co.; s. H. W. Hodges; b. 1815. 

Huckabee, Caswell Campbell, (Fr.), planter, Anniston. 

1836, Greensboro; s. Green Huckabee; b. 1818; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1865-67; 
Pres. Brierfield Iron Works, 1861-65; m. (i) Hannah B. Hendon, Newbern, Sept. 2, 
1851, (2) Rachael E. Brown, Louisville, Ky., Dec. 28, 1882. 

*Hutton, Francis Marion, (Fr.), planter, Coffedeliah, Miss. 

1835, Hopewell, Greene Co.; s. Brig.-Gen. Joseph Hutton, Abbeville, S. C, 
later of Greene Co., Ala., and Nancy Calhoun; b. 1814; m. Sarah McDonald; d. 18 — . 

*Inge, Leonard Henderson, (Prep.), planter. Meridian, Miss. 

1836, Havana; s. John Johnston Inge and Ann Richmond Hill; m. Mary 
Elizabeth Bullock, Forkland, Nov. 29, 1856; d. July 4, 1896. 

Johnston, James F., (Soph.) 

1835, Athens; s. Joseph Johnston; b. 1816. 

*Jones, Thomas Harrison, (Fr.), planter, Wheeler. 

1835, Courtland; s. Richard Jones and Lucy Early; b. 1820; Private, C. S. A.; 
m. Mrs. Sarah Pointer, Sept., 1881; d. Mar. 25, 1889. 

*Kidd, John Quincy, (Prep.), physician, Grand Lake, Tex. 

1836, Tuscaloosa; s. Judge John Kidd, Claiborne, and Adelaide Adair; b. in 
Chester Dist., S. C, 1828; Prac. Med. in Holmes Co., Miss., before Civil War; Sur- 
geon, 14th Miss. Reg., 1861-3, Post-Surgeon, Galveston, Tex., 1863-5, C. S. A.; m. 
Mary Howard, Noxubee Co., Miss.; d. 1890. 

*Kilpatrick, John Alexander, (Fr.), planter, Wood's Bluff. 

1835, Pineville, Marengo Co.; s. Alexander Kilpatrick, of Old Pendleton, S. C, 
and Judith Irene McGrew; d. Feb. 23, 1849. 

Lalande, Alexander D., (Fr.) 

1836, Lyons, France. 

*Lane, James Alexander, (Soph.), lawyer, Demopolis. 

1835, Demopolis; Agent U. S. Land Office and Merchant; d. at Goliad, Tex,, 
1849 while en route to California Gold Fields. 

*Lister, Albert, (Prep.), planter, Marshall, Tex. 

1836, Washington C. H., Washington Co.; s. Judge Josiah D. Lister and 
Sarah D. Johnston; m. Ophelia Richardson, Bladen Springs, 1843 or '44; d. about 1880. 

*Lister, George, (Fr.), physician, Galveston, Tex. 

183s, Washington C. H., Washington Co.; s Judge Josiah D. Lister and 
Sarah D. Johnston; b. 181 7; Med. Student at Dublin; m. Keziah Backhurst, Wash- 
ington C. H., 1843; d. 1849. 



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Lister, Lawrence E., (Fr.), planter, Marshall, Tex. 

183s, Washington C. H., Washington Co.; s. Judge Josiah D. Lister and 
Sarah D. Johnston; b. 1819; m. Miss Thompson, Texas, 1850. 

Mathews, Robert F., (Fr.), 

1835, Saunders, Limestone Co.; b. 1819. 

*Mathews, Thomas Edwin, (Soph.), Eagle Lake, Tex. 

1835, Saunders, Limestone Co.; b. 1816; LL. B., Harvard, 1841; d. 1880. 

*McAlpine, Robert Bruce P., (Sen.), planter, 

1833, Greensboro; s. A. McAIpine; b. 1817; m. Jenette Eccles, Miss.; d. about 
1840. 

*McCraw, Jephtha Hays, (Fr.), planter, Mansfield, La. 

1835, Selma; s. Abner G. McCraw; b. 1817; m. Julina Hale, Summerficld; 
d. 188—. 

Meek, William Henry, (Fr.), physician, , Miss. 

1836, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. James Meek, Attala Co., Miss.; Practiced in Winston 
Co., Miss., until after close of Civil War, then it is thought moved to South Miss.; 



*Meriwether, Charles Lewis, (Fr.), planter, Mt. Meigs. 

1835, Mt. Meigs; s. Dr. Nicholas L. Meriwether and Mary deYampert; b. 
1816; m. Francis Celia Baldwin; d. 1867. 

*Mitchell, Myron E. A., (Jun.), planter, Cahaba. 

1834, Cahaba; s. Uriah G. Mitchell and Mary Hogan; d. 1866. 

*Moore, Sydenham, (Sen.), lawyer, Eutaw. 

1833, Huntsville; s. Dr. Alfred Moore, Madison Co., and Jones j 

b. 1817; Private in Capt. Otey's Co., Cherokee Indian War, 1838; Judge, County 
Court, Green Co., 1840-46, 48-50; Capt., U. S. A., Mexican War; Judge, Circuit 
Court, 1857; Mem. of Congress, 1857-61; Col., nth Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; d. from 
wounds received in battle. Seven Pines. 

*Neal, William Henry, (Sen.), Tuscaloosa. 

1833, Tuscaloosa; b. 1812; d. 1836. 

Oliver, Robert F., (Fr.) 

1835, Tuscaloosa. 

^Parish, William L., (Prep.) ', 

1836, Tuscaloosa; s. W. G. Parish; b. 1823; d. 18 — . 

Patrick, James C, (Jun.) 

1835, Richmona, Ky. ; b. 1814. 

*Perkins, Thomas H., (Prep.), Tuscaloosa. 

1836, Tuscaloosa; s. Hardin Perkins and Sophia Salina Holland; d. 1836. 



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Prewitt, Anselm, (Fr.) 

1836, Pickens Co.; s. A. Prewitt; b. 1819. 

*Saffold, Robert Cade, (Prep.), Handsboro, Miss. 

1835, Nashoba Co., Miss.; s. William Saffold; b. 1823; Rep., Gen. Assem., 
Miss.; d. 1895. 

Saffold, William, (Prep.) 

1835, Nashoba Co., Miss.; s. William Saffold. 

*Sanders, Asa Darby, (Fr.), planter. Pearsall, Tex. 

1835, Romulus; s. John Sanders, Romulus, Tuscaloosa Co.; d. 18 — . 

*Sanders, John, Jr., planter, Romulus. 

183s, Komulus; s. John Sanders, Romulus; County Commissioner, Tuscaloosa 
Co.; m. (i) Mary Ann Windham, (2) Annie E. Morrison, 1862; d. June, 1864. 

*Shivers, Offa Lunsford, (Soph.), physician, Marion. 

1834, Greensboro; s. Jesse Shivers; b. 1815; M. D., Transylvania Med. Col.. 
Lexington, Ky. ; Lieut, in Texas War; Prof., Materia Med., Memphis Med. Col., 
184 — ; m. Catherine O. Woodfin, July 27, 1837; d. Mar. 14, i88i. 

Smith, Gideon, (Soph.) 

1836, Lowndes Co., Miss.; s. Nathan Smith; b. 1816. 

Tanner, Meredith, (Fr.) 

1835, Athens; s. Samuel Tanner; b. 1818. 

*Tutwiler, Levi, (Fr.) 

1834, Tuscaloosa; s. Henry Tutwiler; b. 1816; d. 18 — . 

*Watson, Hugh Park, (Jun.), hotel keeper, Montgomery. 

1835, York Dist., S. C; s. William Watson and Margaret Park; b. 1812; 
2nd Lieut., Ala. Reg., Mexican War; Adj. -Gen., Ala. Militia, 1861-65; m. Sarah 
Posey, Greenville, May 17, 1855; d. April i, 1866. 

* Woods, Marshall, (Prep.), Providence, R. I. 

183s, Tuscaloosa; s. Rev. Alva Woods, D. D., Providence, R. I.; d. in London, 
England, July 13, 1899. 

* Young, James Mathews, (Fr.), minister, Harrell Cross Roads. 

183s, Norrisville, Wilcox Co.; s. Samuel Young and Elizabeth Bonner; b. 
Oct. 29, 1815; A. B., A. M., Miami Univ., Oxford, C; Minister, Associate Reformed 
Presbyterian; Pastor, Harrell's Cross Roads, 1842- 1866; m. Jane Craig, Harrell; 
d. May, 1866. 

* Young, John Clark, (Fr.), lawyer, Corsicana, Tex. 

1835, Norrisville, Wilcox Co.; s. Samuel Young and Elizabeth Bonner; b. 
Oct. 29, 1815; A. B., Miami Univ., Oxford, O. ; m. Elizabeth Bonner; d. 18 — . 

*Young, Samuel Oliver, (Fr,), Houston, Tex. 

1835, Norrisville, Wilcox Co.; s. Samuel Young and Elizabeth Bonner; b. 1819; 
A. B., Miami Univ., Oxford, O., and M. D., Charleston, S. C, Med. Col., 1842; d. 
from yellow fever, Nov. 10, 1847. 



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1837. Graduate with Titled Degrees 
*Jenkins, Joseph Dminam, A. B., A. M,, '52, lawyer, Camden. 

1835, Camden; s. Rev. John Jenkins, Allenton, and Fannie Dunnam; b. 1813; 
Rep., Gen. Assem., 1847-48; Trustee, U. of Ala., 1850-53; Judge, 2nd Jud. Circuit, 
1852-53; d. at Allenton, May 7, 1853. 

1837. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

*Anderson, James Alexander, (Soph.), planter, Clinton. 

1837, New Prospect, Greene Co.; m. Virginia Spaight, Dallas Co., 1843; d. 18 — . 

*Ashe, Edmund Fontaine, (Fr.), physician, Wadesboro, N. C. 

1837, Tuscaloosa; s. Paoli Pascal Ashe, Green Springs, Ala., and Elizabeth 
Strudwick; b. Nov. 30, 1822; M. D., Jefferson Med. Col., Phil., 1850; m. (1) Flora 
Howze, Mar., 1849, Wadesboro, N. C, (2) Mary Marshall, May, 1865, Wadesboro, 
N. C; d. Jan. 28, 1892. 

*Blewett, Thomas, (Soph.), planter, Columbus, Miss. 

1835, Columbus, Miss.; s. Thomas G. Blewett and Regina DeGraftenreat; b. 
1818; Major-General, Miss. State Troops; m. (i) Laura Martin, Tenn., (2) May With- 
erspoon, Columbus, Miss.; d. May, 1894. 

*Bowie, George John, (Soph.), planter, Caney, Tex. 

1836, Cahaba; s. John Bowie and Sarah Harwell; Enlisted as ist Lieut., C. 
S. A.; b. 1819; m. Frances Sophia Milhouse, Jan. 4, 1843; d. Sept. 6, 1861. 

^Bradford, WiUiam Dougherty, (Soph.), planter, 

1837, Mardisville, Talladega Co.; s. Benjamin Bradford, Bedford Co., Tenn., 
and Mary McFarland; b. Aug. 16, 18 18; d. 18 — . 

*Braly, Alfred P. M., (Fr.), merchant, Tuscaloosa. 

1836, Tuscaloosa; s. William Braly; b. Nov. 23, 1821; d. 18 — . 

*Brame, George Washington, (Soph.), planter. West Point, Miss. 

1837, Marion; s. G. W. Brame; b. Dec. 26, 1819; Contributor to Press; m. 
Lucy Westbrook, West Point, Miss., 1853 ;d. March 9, 1884. 

*Carson, Thomas Brantly, (Jun.), planter, Selma. 

1836, Selma; s. David Carson, Selma, and Ann Brantly; b. 1818; m. Eliza 
Frances Goldsby; drowned in Ala. River, March 5, 1850, near Bridgeport when 
boat Orleans St. John was blown up. 

*Clay, Hugh Lawson, (Fr.), lawyer, Huntsville. 

1837, Tuscaloosa; s. Clement Comer Clay, and Susanna Claiborne Withers; b. 
Jsn. 24, 1823; Mem. of Staff of Gen. E. Kirby Smith, C. S. A.; m. Celeste Comer; 
d. 189—. 

*Clay, John Withers, (Jun.), editor, Huntsville. 

183s, Tuscaloosa; s. Clement Comer Clay and Susanna Claiborne Withers; b. 
1820; Editor Huntsville Democrat for forty years; m. Mary Lewis; d. 189 — . 



1837] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 55 

*Coleman, Wiley, (Jun,), lawyer, Eutaw. 

1836, Mesopotamia, Greene Co.; s. John Coleman and Rhoda Cobbs; b. 1819; 
Private, Mexican War; Probate Judge, Greene Co.; Mem. Constitu. Convention, 1875; 
d. May 22, 1892. 

Colgin, William, (Fr.) 

1837, Gainesville; s. John Colgin; b. Sept. 21, 1819. 

Connor, Alexander A., (Fr.), planter, Clarke Co., Miss. 

1837, Areola, Marengo Co. 

Connor, Ephraim D., (Jun.), physician, Bladen Springs. 

183s, Areola, iviarengo Co.; s. Charles D. Connor; b. 1817; M. D., Philadelphia. 

♦Crenshaw, Daniel William, (Soph.), Marion. 

1836, Marion; s. Joseph Crenshaw; b. i8ig; d. 1837. 

*Crenshaw, Thomas Chiles, (Soph.), planter, Manningham. 

183 1, Ridgeville, Butler Co.; s. Anderson Crenshaw and Mary Chiles; b. Dec. 
1818; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1866-67; m. Lucinda Womack, Butler Co., 1841; 
d. Nov. 10, 1899. ^ 

*Douthit, Hubbard Peebles, (Jun.), teacher, Mobile. 

1834, Tuscaloosa; s. James Douthit, U. of Ala., and Priscilla Peebles; b. Feb. 
II, 1813; m. Mary Elizabeth McGehee, Dec. 26, 1837; d. 1865. 

*Eddins, Simeon Jackson, (Jun.), physician, Tuscaloosa. 

183s, Tuscaloosa; s. Joseph Eddins, Tuscaloosa, and Elizabeth Walker; b. 1816; 
M. D., Jefferson Med. Col.; m. Martha J. Bealle, Nov., 1844; d. May, 1859. 



Eiland, Marlboro A., (Fr.), 

1837, Marion. 

*Elmore, Henry Marshall, (Sen.), lawyer, Waverly, Tex. 

183s, Coosada, Autauga Co.; s. Gen. John Archer Elmore, Wetumpka, and Ann 
Martin; b. July 28, 1816; Col., 20th Tex. Reg., C. S. A.; Probate Judge, Macon 
Co.; Planter; m. Mrs. Elizabeth Fitzpatrick Harris, Montgomery; d. Feb. 21, 1879. 

*Fitzpatrick, Benjamin, (Fr.), lawyer, Line Creek. 

1837, Line Creek, Montgomery Co.; s. Phillips Fitzpatrick, Line Creek, and 
Fanny Tranum; b. Sept. 14, 1822; m. Mary Ann Harwell Jones, Eatonton, Ga. ; 
d. Aug., 1851. 

Fitzpatrick, Philips, (Fr.), , Tex. 

1837, Line Creek, Montgomery Co.; s. Joseph Fitzpatrick, Line Creek, and 
Sally Tranum; b. Oct. 29, 1820. 

*Foster, John Collier, (Sen.), minister, Tuscaloosa. 

1834, Foster's; s. James Foster and Mary Ellen Hill; b. April 10, 1813; Mem., 
Constitut. Convention, Ala.; Pastor, Grant's Creek Baptist Church, fifty years; m. (i) 
May T. Prince, Tuscaloosa, Dec. 24, 1839; (2) Georgia A. Maharry, Foster's, Dec. 
23, 1847; d. July 23, 1892. 



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Glasscock, William H., Jr., (Jun.) 

1834, St. Helena, Madison Co.; s. Dr. William H. Glasscock, Sr.; b. 1820; 
Student, Univ. of Va., 1837-39. 

Gresham, James, (Sen.) 

1833, Greensboro; s. Thomas Gresham; b. 1815. 

*Hardy, Robert Monroe, (Jun.), lawyer, Hayneville. 

1835, Benton; s. Freeman Hardy, Pleasant Hill, and Kisiah Lenoir; b. 1817; 
moved to Ark. about 1838, but came back to Ala. a short while before his death; m. 
, Ark.; d. about 1858. 

*Harris, Henry Lewis, (Fr.), planter, Orlando, Fla. 

1837, Tensaw, Baldwin Co.; s. Lud Harris, Tensaw; b. March 21, 1821; 
Sheriff, Baldwin Co., 1857-60; Capt., C. S. A.; m. Sarah McDonald, Tensaw; 
d. July 8, 1 89 1. 

*Hill, Pleasant, (Jun.), lawyer, Marr's. 

1835, Marr's, Bibb Co.; s. James Hill; b. 1817; Sec. of Ala. Senate, 1839-41, 
1844 and 1855; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1843; m- Catherine J. Davidson; d. 1852. 

*Holman, Jesse Bradley, (Soph.), lawyer, Marengo Co. 

1836, Whitehall, Marengo Co.; s. James B. Holman; b. April 7, 1819; Sec. of 
Legation, Santiago, Chili, 1850; d. Sept. 22, 1853. 

*Hunter, William, (Jun.), lawyer, Cahaba. 

1835, Cahaba; s. James Hunter, Cahaba, and Ann Lamar Mathews; b. 1818; 
m. Ann Amis Troy, Cahaba, April, 1845; d. March, 1854. 

*Jenkins, Thomas A., (Soph.), Mardisville. 

1836, Mardisville, Talladega Co.; b. Sept. 8, 1820; d. Summer 1837. 

Johnson, Gustavus V. C., (Fr.) 

1837, Tuscaloosa. 

Jones, John F., (Fr.) 

1837, Whitehall, Marengo Co.; b. March 17, 1820. 

Kenan, Daniel Love, (Jun.), planter, Selma. 

1836, Selma; s. Col. Thomas Kenan, Selma, and Mary Rand; b. Aug. 25, 1816; 
m. Victoria Carr, Selma, Jan. 22, 1867. 

*Kennon, Algernon Sidney, (Soph.), law student, Havana. 

1835, Havana, Tuscaloosa Co.; s. William Kennon; b. 1817; A. B., LaGrange 
Col., Ala., 1840; d. Sept. 15, 1840. 

*Kennon, John T., (Soph.), physician. Cooper's Well, Miss. 

1836, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. Robert Kennon; b. 1819; Hotel Proprietor; d. 18 — . 

*Lea, Vernal B., (Jun.), minister, Marion. 

183s, Marion; s. Temple Lea and Nancy Molfit; b. 1816; Baptist Minister; 
d. 18—. 



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*Marks, James, (Soph.), planter, Carter's Hill. 

1837, Carter's Hill, Montgomery Co.; s. Nicholas Meriwether Marks, Carter's 
Hill, and Anne Paul Mathews; b. Dec. 31, 181 7; d. 184 — . 

*Marr, George Washington, (Jun.), planter, Tuscaloosa. 

183s, Tuscaloosa; s. William Miller Marr and Nancy Greene Perkins; b. Sept. 
IS, 1822; m. Katharine Westmoreland, Pulaski, Tenn., Nov. 3, 1846; d. April 4, 1849. 

*Martin, William D., (Soph.), planter, , Tex. 

1837, Montgomery; s. Capt. John Martin and Nancy Whatley; moved to Tex., 
1870; m. a widow in Tex.; d. 188 — . 

*McGehee, Israel, (Fr.), planter, Tuscaloosa. 

1837, Tuscaloosa; s. Thomas B. S. McGehee and L. D. McGehee; b. Dec. 18, 
1822; m. Mrs. Noble, Northport; d. Jan. 20, 1859. 

McGehee, Lewis, (Fr.) 

1837, Tuscaloosa; s. Thomas B. S. McGehee; b. 1821. 

*Montague, Edward Franklin, (Fr.), planter, Auburn. 

1836, Macon, Marengo Co.; s. Mickelborough Montague and Ann Ester 
Vaughan; b. Jan. 19, 1821; m. Imogene C. Livingston, Mobile, 1850; d. Nov. 5, 1868. 

*Norris, William S., (Soph.), Brazil. 

1836, Cahaba; s. William Norris; b. 1819; Univ. of Va., 1837-39; d- in Mil. 
Service, Army of Brazil. 

Pearce, Benjamin W., (Sen.), , La. 

1837, Autauga Co.; Lniv. of Va., 183 — ; Rep., La. Leg. 

Peters, Benjamin Franklin, (Jun.), minister, Porterville, Miss. 

1836, Montgomery; s. Jordan Peters, Montgomery, and Elizabeth Crews; b. 
1818: Student, Univ. of Va., 1838-40; Graduate, Union Theo. Sem., N. Y.; Presby- 
terian Minister; m. (i) Amanda Anderson; (2) Ada M. Frierson. 

*Powe, Samuel Henry, (Jun.), planter, Winchester, Miss. 

1834, Winchester, Miss.; s. E. Powe; b. 1819; A. B., Augusta Col., Ky., 1841; 
Rep., Gen. Assem., Miss., 1854-58; Pres. Board School Commissioners, Wayne Co., 
1876-78; Col. of Militia, U. S. A. Vol., 1848; ist Lieut., 13th Miss. Reg., C. S. A., 
1861, Capt., 1862-3; Lieut, of Cav., Adams' Brigade, Forrest's Command, 1863-65; m. 
Henrietta McWillie Stover, Wilcox Co., Ala., Oct. 2, 1850; d. June 27, 1896. 

*Rembert, James Monroe, (Soph.), planter, Rembert. 

1837, Linden, Marengo Co.; s. Capt. Caleb Rembert, Linden, and Magdalin 
Michon, of S. C; Capt., Co. C, 21st Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; m. Elizabeth DeBondalie 
Poellnitz, Rembert, Dec. 3, 1840; Mortally wounded at Shiloh, Miss., taken prisoner 
and died at St. Louis, Mo., April 20, 1862. 

Ricks, William F., (Jun.), planter, 

1835, Lagrange, Franklin Co.; s. Abraham Ricks and Charlotte Meyers. 

*Ripley, Fitz Henry, (Soph.), lawyer, Mobile. 

1836, Tuscaloosa; s. Daniel B. Ripley, St. Stephens, and Susan Brown Fitts; 
b. 1819; Capt., C. S. A.; m. Louisa Gunnison, Mobile, Aug. 15, 1847; killed at battl* 
of Spanish Fort, Baldwin Co., Ala., April 3, 1865. 



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*SaJffold, Reuben Washington, (Fr.), physician, Summerfield. 

1837, Mobile; s. Reuben Saffold and Mary Phillips; b. Feb. 14, 1820; m. 
Mary Pouncey, Montgomery Co., 1854; d. July, 1892. 

Shannon, William T., (Fr.), planter, , Tex. 

1836, Carrollton; s. Col. Aaron Shannon; b. 1821; moved to Tex., 1842. 

*Slaughter, William Harris, (Fr.), physician, Tensaw. 

1837, Tensaw, Baldwin Co.; s. W. H. Slaughter and Mary Harris; b. March, 
1822; M. D., College unknown; Planter; m. Harriet Hays; d. Montgomery Hill, 
Baldwin Co., 18 — . 

*Tate, Netherland, (Jun.), planter, Summerfield. 

1836, Selma; s. Caleb Tate and Mary Middleton; b. 1819; m. Caroline P. 
Childress, Summerfield, April 17, 1844; d. June 8, 1891. 

*Thompson, Foster Hockett, (Soph.), physician, Preston, Miss. 

1836, Mesopotamia, Greene Co.; s. Alexander Thompson, Eutaw, and Eliza- 
beth Brown; b. May 25, 1816; M. D., Phil.; m. Florida Simmons, Preston, Miss., 
Sept. 15, 1842; d. Jan. 31, 1850. 

* Watts, Simeon Andrew, (Sen.), lawyer, Cahaba. 

183s, Cahaba; s. Thomas Watts, Cahaba, and Wade; b. Nov. 5, 

1816; Planter; m. Henrietta Virginia Garland, Lynchburg, Va., Dec. 23, 1840; killed 
by explosion of boiler on steamboat, Annette Douglass, Ala. River, Nov. 26, 1850. 

*Weissinger, Alexander Jackson, (Sen.), lawyer, Winona, Miss. 

1834, Hamburg, Perry Co.; s. George Weissinger and Winifred Anderson; 
b. April 17, 1819; Mayor, Middleton, Miss., two terms; Capt., C. S. A.; Planter; m. 
Cordelia Strong, Marion, Ala., Nov. 4, 1841; d. Aug. 8, 1865. 

*Weissinger, James Madison, (Sen.), planter, Columbus, Miss. 

1834, Perry Co.; s. George Weissinger and Winifred Anderson; b. July 20, 
1816; m. Allena Blewitt, Columbus, Miss., 1839; d. May 24, 1845. 

*Wilkins, Alexander Martin, (Soph.), physician, Pickensville. 

183s, Mt. Zion,' Pickens Co.; s. George Wilkins and Elizabeth Martin; b. 1817; 

M. D., ; Planter and Merchant; m. (i) Mary Ann Murry, (2) Annie Long, 

Pickens Co.; d. March 15, 1878. 



Wilkins, S. W., (Fr.) 

1837, Mt. Zion, Pickens Co.; b. Oct. 17, 1817. 

Williams, Thomas R., (Fr.) 

1836, Tuscaloosa; s. Benjamin Williams; b. Jan. 26, 1821. 

1838. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

*Forney, Alexander Brevard, A. B., A. M., '42, lawyer, Hayne- 
ville. 

1836, Tuscaloosa; s. Maj. Daniel Morgan Forney and Harriet Brevard; b. Sept. 
15, 1819; Law Student, Univ. of Va.; Rep. Gen. Assem., Ala., 1847; Solicitor, 2nd 
Jud. Circuit of Ala., 1848; d. 1848. 



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Foster, James Collier, A. B., A. M., '41, planter, Tuscaloosa. 

183s, Foster's; s. Hardy Foster, Foster's, and Elizabeth Wyatt Hill; b. May 12, 
1818; LL. B., Harvard; m. Jane Elizabeth Ware, May 31, 1842, Montgomery Co., (now 
Elmore Co.) 

♦Foster, John Tompkins, A. B., A. M., '41, physician. Meridian, 
Miss. 

1835, Foster's; s. Robert S. Foster, Foster's, and Ann Tompkins; b. April 7, 
1818; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1861-65; Trustee, U. of Ala., 1865-68; State Senator, 
1868-74; Regent, U. of Ala., 1870-75; m. Mollie Carnathan, Choctaw Co.; d. Sept., 



*Henry, Ezekiel, A. B., A. M., lawyer, Montgomery Co., Tex. 

183s, Centreville; s. John Henry and Elizabeth Williams; b, July 31, 1820; 
Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1841; Judge, County Court, Montgomery Co., Tex., two 
terms; m. Emily Cleveland; d. 1847. 

♦Lawrence, Oliver James, A. B., A. M., '41, lawyer, Tuscaloosa. 

1836, Greensboro; s. William Haywood Lawrence and Mary Prince; b. Dec. 
6, 1818: Private, Tarrant's Ala. Battery, C. S. A.; m. Margarie Ridgeway, Greene Co.; 
d. in Mil. Ser., Corinth,, Miss., 1864. 

*Rives, Claudius Green, A. B., A. M., '42, lawyer, Collirene. 

1836, Collirene, Lowndes Co.; s. Green Rives, Collirene, and Jerusha May Pais- 
ley, of S. C. ; b. Nov. 23, 1816; Merchant, Planter and Capitalist; m. (i) Mary Mar- 
garet Crumpton, Sept. 23, 1841; (2) Sarah S. Waldron, Lowndes Co., July 24, 1844; 
d. June _io, 1858. 

*Rives, Samuel Henry, A. B., A. M., '43, physician. Liberty, Tex. 

1836, Collirene; s. Green Rives and Jerusha May Paisley; b. Aug. i8, 1818; 
Capitalist; m. Jerusha Ann Cole, Pensacola, Fla., Aug. 16, 1845; d. at Collirene, 
Oct. 21, 1872. 

♦Stevens, Andrew Brooks, A. B., A. M., '41, lawyer, Prattville. 

1836, Montevallo; b. Nov. 27, 1818; Judge, County Court, Shelby Co.; d. 1844. 



1838. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

♦Bates, John M., (Fr.), physician, Eutaw. 

1838, Livingston; s. John M. Bates; b. Dec. 23, 1819; M. D., college unknown; 
practicing medicine in Eutaw in 1856; d. 18 — . 

Gary, Milton, (Jun.) 

1836, Marion; s. William Gary; b. Sept. 9, 1818. 



♦Pickens, Israel Leonidas, (Fr.), planter, Clarke Co., Miss. 

1836, Erie, Greene Co.; s. Gov. Israel Pickens; b. Jan. 19, 1820; A. B., Unly. 
of N. C, 1842; m. (i) Elizabeth Nelson, (2) Anna Kittrell; d. Dec. 25, 1889. 



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1839. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

*Creswell, Samuel Lewis, A. B., A. M., '43, planter, Birmingham. 

1836, Mesopotamia, Greene Co.; s. Robert Creswell; b. Oct. 31, 1819; m. (i) 

Louise A. Walton, Greene Co.; (2) Mis Hill, {nee Pleasants), Memphis, 

Tenn. ; d. 1894. 

Foster, Joshua Hill, A. B., A. M., '42, educator, Tuscaloosa. 

1836, Foster's; s. James Foster and Mary Ellen Hill; b. March 17, 1819; Tutor 
of Math., U. of Ala., 1841-44, 1849-50; Pastor, Baptist Church, Tuscaloosa, 1833-54; 
Northport and Country Churches at times from 1855-80; Co-principal, A. C. F. Col., 
Tuscaloosa, 1869-71; Pres. of same, 1871-73; Prof., Moral Ph., U. of Ala., 1873-75; 
Prof, of N. P. and Astr., U. of Ala., 1877-92; Minister and Planter; m. (i) Lucy* 
Boiling Billingslea, Dec. 26, 1843, (2) Frances Cornelia Bacon, Tuskegee, Feb. 24, 
1853. 

*Furman, Richard, A. B., A. M., '42, teacher, Tuscaloosa. 

1836, Fairfield Dist., S. C; s. Wood Furman and Hannah Bowers; b. Sept. 7, 
1815; Baptist Minister; m. Margaret Cammer, April 15, 1841; d. May 15, 1883. 

*Ogbourne, William Harrison, A. B., A. M., '42, lawyer, Mont- 
gomery. 

1835, Montgomery; s. Nicholas Ogbourne; b. Feb. lo, 1818; Rep., Gen. Assam., 
Ala., 1863-64; m. Susan Virgiiia Farley, Montgomery, 184 — ; d. 1872. 

*Ramsey, Thomas Yancey, A. B., A. M., '47, minister, Durant, 
Miss. 

1836, Tuscaloosa; s. Ambrose Knox Ramsey, Svimter Co., and Nancy Graves 
Yancey; b. Sept. 7, 181S; Prof, of Chem., Centenary Inst., Summerfield, 1851-54; 
Pres., Greensboro F. Col., 1865-67; Pastor M. E. Church, South, at Mobile, Greens- 
boro, Marion, Summerfield, Ala., Columbus, Miss.; Presiding elder in Miss. Confer- 
ence eighteen years; Traveling Preacher forty-seven years; Trustee, Vanderbilt 
Univ.; m. Elizabeth Bancroft, Mobile, Feb. 4. 1846; d. March 15, 1891. 

*Ricks, Richard Henry, A. B., A. M., '42, lawyer, Leighton. 

1835, Lagrange, Franklin Co.; s. Abraham Ricks and Charlotte Meyers; b. 
March 28, 1820; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1847-48; State Senator, Ala., 1851-52; d. 
1858. 

*Robinson, David Henry, A. B., Galveston, Tex. 

1835, Tuscaloosa; s. Alexander Robinson; b. Nov. 16, 1822; d. 1848. 

*Royston, Young Lea, A. B., lawyer, Selma 

183s, Marion; s. Robertus Royston and Varilla Lea; b. June 22, 1819; Solic- 
itor, ist Jud. Circuit, Ala., 1855-65; Capt., Major, Lieut.-Col. and Col., 8th Reg., 
Ala, Vol., C. S. A.; Cotton warehouseman; d. 1884. 

*Rugeley, Henry Robertson, A. B., lawyer, Lampasas, Tex. 

1834, Lowndesboro; s. Col. Rowland Rugeley, Lowndesboro, and Mary Ann 
Mickle; b. Dec. 23, 1817; Prin. of Academies at Evergreen, 1848-50, and Milton, 
Fla., 1857; Clerk, Probate Court, Lowndes Co., Ala., twelve years; m. Sarah Jane 
Dagg, Tuscaloosa, March 2, 1840; d. Nov. 25, 1886. 



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> 

♦Stone, Lewis Maxwell, A. B., A. M., '41, lawyer, Carrollton. 

1835, Tuscaloosa; s. William DeSaix Stone, Mobile, and Elizabeth Lewis; b. 
Dec. II, 1819; Mem. Constitu. Conventions, 1861 and '75; Rep., Gen. Assem., 
1849-50, 51-52, 68-69, 88-89; Speaker, House Rep., 1868-69; State Senator, 1859-63; 
m. Elizabeth Brooks, Carrollton; d. June 26, 1890. 

1839. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 



Craven, William H., (Fr.) 

1839, Columbus, Miss.; s. William H. Craven; b. Oct. 2, 1821. 

*Douthit, Nathaniel Foster Joseph, (Sen.), teacher, 

Walker Co. 

1836, Tuscaloosa; s. James Douthit and Priscilla Peebles; b. Feb. 27, 1817; 
d. 18—. 

*Elmore, Physic Rush, (Sen.), lawyer, Tecumseh, Kan. 

1836, Coosada; s. Gen. John Archer Elmore and Ann Martin; b. Feb. 27, 
1819; Capt., U. S. A., Mexican War; U. S. Dist. Att'y, Kan. Ter. ; m. Susan Foster 
DuVal, Montgomery, Feb., 1847; d. in Topeka, Kan., Aug. 14, 1864. 

* James, Samuel, (Fr.), Mt. Pleasant. 

1837, Mt. Pleasant, Monroe Co.; b. May 21, 1822; d. Oct. 20, 1839. 

*McGehee, Abner F., (Jun.), planter, Montgomery. 

183S, Montgomery; s. Abner McGehee and Charlotte Mildred Spencer; "/1)|. 
Jan. 9, 1818; m. Elizabeth A. Smith, Montgomery Co., 1843; d. 1848. 

* Windham, James Alexander, (Fr.), physician, Memphis. 

1838, Tuscaloosa; s. John Roberts Windham, Fairfield, and Ann Crawford; b. 
Feb. 23, 1819; d. Aug., 1854. 

1840, Graduates with Titled Degrees 

*Billingslea, William Bibb, A. B., lawyer, Montgomery. 

1837, Montgomery; s. Dr. Clement Billingslea; b. March 31, 1821; m. Keturah 
Guild, Tuscaloosa, April 12, 1842; d. Dec. 11, 1844. 

♦Blackburn, Alexander Lemuel, A. B., merchant, Senatobia, Miss. 

1837, Huntsville; s. Francis Blackburn; b. Oct. 26, 1817; Founder of Black- 
burn Col., Senatobia, Miss.; Planter; m. (i) , (2) Mrs. Sallie 

Wynne, Senatobia, Miss.; d. Nov. 3, 1893. 

♦Johnston, Stephen Burr, A. B., A. M., physician, Carrollton, 
Miss. 

1837, Tuscaloosa; s. David Johnston, Tuscaloosa, and Sarah Cookson Terry; 
b. May 13, 1818; M. D., Med. Col. in Atlanta, 1851; m. Priscilla Ann Terry, Pickens 
Co., July 7, 1848; d. Oct. 8, 1863. 

♦Meek, John William, A. B., A. M., '43, physician, Carrollton. 

1838, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. Samuel Mills Meek and Ann Arabella McDowell; b. 
Nov. 6, 1822; practiced several years at Jonesboro, then Carrollton; d. at Tuscaloosa, 
May I, 1851. 



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Teagtie, Eldred Burder, A. B., A. M., '43, minister, Redlawn, 

1837, Wilsonville, Shelby Co.; s. John William Teague and Mary Davis; b. 
Jan. 20, 1820; D. D., Howard Col., 1872; Teacher in Grammar Schools, Montgomery, 
Tuscaloosa and Greene Counties, 1841-46; Pastor Grant's Creek, Eutaw, Clinton, Provi- 
dence and Gainesville Baptist Churches, 1844-45; LaGrange, Ga., 1855-65; Prof., 
Mental and Moral Philosophy, Sou. F. Col., LaGrange, Ga., 1859-61; Pres., E. Ala. 
F. Col., 1866-68; Pastor Baptist Church at Selma, 1869-76; Columbiana, 1876-94; 
Trustee, Mercer Univ. and Howard Col.; now Retired Minister; m. (i) Sophia Nelson 
Blount, Tuscaloosa Co., 1843, (2) Louisa Emaline Philpot, Macon Co., 1861. 

*Thomas, Lewis Sanford, A. B., A. M., '43, lawyer, Orange, N. J. 

1838, Tuscaloosa; s. Thomas and Mary Ann Hopkins; b. March 29, 

1820; LL. B., Harvard, 1843; Commissioner of Public Schools of New York; m. 
Sarah Porter, Skaneateles, N. Y., 1850; d. Aug. 11, 1875. 

*Walthall, John Nathaniel, A. B., A. M., '43, lawyer, Newberne. 

1837, Marion; s. Richard Booker Walthall, Marion, and Sally Moody; b. 
Aug. 6, 1820; Private, C. S. A.; Mem., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1863; Planter; m. Char- 
lotte Phipps, Cambridge, Mass., 1843; d. March 26, 1870. 

*Walthall, Thomas Marshall, A. B., planter, Uniontown. 

1837, Marion; s. Richard Booker Walthall and Sally Moody; b. Sept. 20, 
1821; Private, C S. A. ; m. Ann Eliza Perkins, Tuscaloosa, 1842; d. at San Antonio, 
Tex., Feb., 1876. 

*Wood, Thomas Newton, A. B., naval officer, Galveston, Tex. 

1839, Rolesville, Wake Co., N. C; b. Sept. 4, 1820; Capt. in the Navy of the 
Republic of Texas; Lost at Sea, 1843. 

1840. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

*Bell, William Alexander, (Soph.), lawyer, Eutaw. 

1839, Mesopotamia, Greene Co.; b. April 26, 1821; A. M., Chappell Hill, N. C, 
1844; Private, Mexican War; d. in Mil. Ser., Camango, Mex., between Dec. 20, 1846, 
and Jan. 15, 1847. 

*Benson, Thomas Moore, (Fr.), merchant, Marion. 

1840, Marion; s. Dr. Elias Benson; b. Dec. 9, 1822; Planter, County Sur- 
veyor and Supt. of Education, Perry Co.; d. Feb. 28, 1870. 

*Byrd, Flavius A., (Soph.), Tuscaloosa. 

1839, Tuscaloosa; s. Col. William Y. Byrd; b. April 16, 1822; Private, C. 
S A.; d. in Mil. Sen, 186—. 

Dancy, LaFayette, (Fr.), physician 

1840, Clinton; s. Col. David Dancy, of La., and DeMorse; b. March 

12, 1824; m. Rebecca Wood. 

*Dent, John Hubbard, (Fr.), planter, Mcintosh. 

1840, Tuscaloosa; s. Dennis Dent, Greensboro, and Martha Hubbard, of 
Foster's; b. Feb. 9, 1822; Capt, 4th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; m. Susan Travis, 1843, Sister 
of the Hero of the Alamo Massacre; d. Aug., 1895. 

*Eddins, Joseph Balus, (Jun.), planter, Tuscaloosa. 

1839, Tuscaloosa; s. Joseph Eddins, Tuscaloosa, and Elizabeth Walker; b. 
July 18, 1819; Capt. of Cav., C. S. A.; m. (i) Clementine Miller; (2) Mrs. Kittie 
Haley, (,nee Palmer); d. July 7, 1884. 



1840] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 63 

*Garvin, John Springer, (Soph.), editor, Starkville, Miss. 

:839, Tuscaloosa; s. Robert M. Garvin; b. Sept. 3, 1823; Editor, Tuscaloosa 
Monitor, 1860-65; d. 18 — . 

*Goree, Robert Thomas, (Soph.), planter, Marion. 

1839, Marion; s. James Lysle Goree, Marion, and Martha Rabb; Private, Mex- 
ican War; Lawyer; m. (i) Caroline Nelson, Greensboro, (2) Mrs. Mary Frank 
Pritchett, (nee Harrison), New Orleans; d. 1859. 

*Gray, Hezekiah, (Sen.), planter, Havana. 

1838, Havana; s. James Gray and Susan Scott Rodgers; b. Jan. 10, 1821; d. 
Aug., 1865. 

*Hobson, Edwin Oscar, (Fr.), Greensboro. 

1840, Greensboro; s. Mathew Hobson; b. Jan. 22, 1821; d. at Linden, Aug. 
/, 1840. 

*Irby, Thomas Evans, (Soph.), planter. Gee's Bend. 

1840, Gee's Bend, Wilcox Co.; s. Irby and Evans; b. Dec. 

17, 1823; Capt., U. S. A., Mexican War; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1849 and 1857-61; 
Lieut.-Col., C. S. A.; m. Miss Perry; Killed in battle in Va., 1864 or 1865. 

*Jones, Elbert B., (Fr.), Tuscaloosa. 

1839, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. Jones and Mary Banks; b. Aug. 8, 1822; 

d. 18—. 

Marks, Samuel Blackburn, (Jun.), planter, Montgomery. 

1838, Carter's Hill, Montgomery Co.; s. Nicholas Meriwether Marks, Carter's 
Hill, and Anne i'aul Mathews; b. June 7, 1820. 

*Marr, Nicholas LaFayette, (Fr.), lawyer, Franklin, Tenn. 

1839, Tuscaloosa; s. William Miller Marr, Tuscaloosa, and Nancy Greene 
Perkins; b. Aug. 2, 1824; Planter; m. Sallie Agatha Perkins, Columbia, Tenn., July 
7, 1847; d. at Tuscaloosa, April 15, 1854. 

*Martin, William Henry, (Fr.), lawyer, Memphis, Tenn. 

1840, Tuscaloosa; s. Judge Peter Martin and Sallie Bell Burnley; b. May 28, 
1825; Att'y Gen. of Ala., 1847; >n. Mary Artemissae Jones, Tuskegee; d. 186 — . 

Maxcy, James M., (Sen.), minister, , Tex. 

1838, Macon, Miss.; s. William Maxcy; b. Sept. 3, 1819; Clerk Circuit Court, 
Noxubee Co., Miss.; Baptist Minister; m. Miss Moseley, Macon, Miss. 

*McBryde, William Julius, (Soph.), lawyer, Troy. 

1839, Montgomery; s. Thomas McBryde, Montgomery; b. April 18, 1821; 
LL. B., Univ. of Va. ; Student, Univ. of N. C, 1841-43; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 
1857 and 1886-87; Solicitor, Pike Co., 1888; Baptist Minister; m. Ann Boggett, Troy, 
1850; d. 1892. 

*McGehee, James, (Jun.), planter, Montgomery. 

1838, Montgomery; s. Abner McGehee, McGehee's Switch, and Charlotte Mil- 
dred Spencer; b. June 23, 1820; m. Rachel Susanah Dailey, Dudleysville, Oct. i, 
1839; d. July 25, 1874. 

*Moore, Erasmus, (Soph.), Madison Co. 

1839, Huntsville; s. Dr. Alfred Moore and Eliza Jones; b. Nov. 23, 1823; 
Studied Law; d. 18 — . 



64 Record of Students I1841 

*Moore, George Flemming, (Soph.), lawyer, Washington, D. C. 

1839, Talladega; s. William H. Moore and Mary Garland Marks; b. July 17, 
1822; Associate Justice, Supreme Court of Tex.; Chief Justice of Tex.; Col. in C. S. 
A.; d. 189 — . 

Moore, George H., (Jun.) 

1839, Huntsville; s. Dr. Alfred ivioore; b. April 17, 1821. 

Penn, James Lyttleton, (Soph.) 

1840, Huntsville; s. Col. James Penn; b. May 14, 1824. 

Ramsey, James B., (Soph.) 

1839, Spring Hill; s. Ambrose K. Ramsey; b. Aug. 27, 1820. 

*Rather, William Samuel, (Soph.), merchant, Belton, Tex. 

1839, Tuscaloosa; s. James Rather, Tex., and Lewen, of E. Tenn. ; 

b. March 8, 1824; Sheriff, Bell Co., Tex.; d. 18—. 

*Rugeley, William Cook, (Soph.), teacher, Lowndesboro. 

1839, Lowndesboro; s. Col. Rowland Rugeley, Lowndesboro, and Mary Mickle; b. 
Oct. 3, 1819; Private, C. S. A.; m. Louisa Felder, Montgomery Co.; d. Feb. 14, 1878. 

Sanders, James R., (Sen.) 

1838, Kemper Co., Miss.; s. Jeremiah Sanders; b. Feb. 29, 1820. 

Shannon, John C. K., (Jun.) , Tex. 

1838, Carrollton; s. Col. Aaron Shannon; b. Jan. 16, 1821. 

*Webb, Henry Young, (Fr.), physician, Eutaw. 

1840, Eutaw; s. Judge Henry Y. Webb, Tuscaloosa, and Elizabeth Forney; 
b. Dec. 14, 1822; M. D., Jefferson Med. Col., 1844; Student, U. of N. C, 1841-43; m. 
Elizabeth Smith Alexander, Eutaw; d. 18 — . 

*Webster, John B., (Soph.), planter, Harrison Co., Tex. 

1839, Tuscaloosa; s. John Joseph Webster and Miriam Brown; b. Nov. 18, 1820; 
d. 1856. 

1841. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

*Barr, John Gorman, A. B., A. M., '42, lawyer, Tuscaloosa. 

1838, Tuscaloosa; b. Nov. 20, 1823; Tutor of Math., Univ. of Ala., 1844-46; 
Capt., Ala. Battalion, U. S. Vol., Mexican War; Editor Flag of the Union, Tusca- 
loosa, 1847-48; U. S. Consul, Melbourne, Australia, 1857; d. on the Red Sea, 1858. 

*Christmas, Felix Guilbert, A. B., teacher, Coffeeville. 

1838, Clarksville, Clarke Co.; b. July 10, 1822; d. 18 — . 

*Cochrane, Benjamin Franklin, A. B., Tuscaloosa. 

1836, Tuscaloosa; s. Hiram P. Cochrane and Nancy Stoker; b. Jan. 28, 1823; 
d. 1842. 

*Crawford, Thomas P., A. B., A. M., '44, lawyer, Bellevue, La. 

1839, Centreville; s. Ihomas Crawford; b. March 14, 1824; m. Minerva Gilkey, 
Carrollton; d. 1858. 



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*Gates, Alexander Ramsay, A. B., A. M., '44, lawyer, Lagrange, 
Tex. 

1839, Clinton; s. William Gates, Buena Vista, Miss., and Elizabeth Ramsay; 
b. Jan. 8, 1819; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala.; Capt., C. S. A.; Planter; m. Elizabeth 
Thompson, Eutaw; d. in Mil. i>er., 1862. 

*King, Edward Byrd, A. B., A. M., '44, lawyer, Selma. 

1839, Summerfield; s. George Clark King, Summerfield, and Elizabeth Down- 
ing Byrd; b. Oct. 9, 1820; Private, 28th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; Trustee, U. of Ala-, 
1853; m. Elizabeth Ann Goidsby, Summerfield, Sept. 8, 1842; d. near Uniontown, 
March 13, 1866. 

*Walthall, Leonidas Nye, A. B., lawyer, San Antonio, Tex. 

1837, Marion; s. John Walthall, Marion, and Permelia Jones; b. March 14, 
1822; Lawyer and Planter in Perry Co., 1843-1881; i>awyer at San Antonio, 
1881-1894; m. Martha Walthall, Perry Co., Aug. 14, 1845; d. Feb. 22, 1894. 

1841. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

*Ashurst, George Washington, (Soph.), planter, Tallassie. 

1840, Mt. Meigs; s. John Ashurst, Montgomery, and Frances Hill; b. Nov. 8, 
1822; d. Dec. IS, 1873. 

*Baskin, James Hillhouse, (Fr.), physician and planter, Buena 
Vista, Miss. 

1 84 1, Eutaw; s. William Candor Baskin and Margaret Isabella Reid; b. April 
3, 1822; Surgeon, C. S. A.; m. Mary Elizabeth Featherston, Okalona, Miss., 1845; 
d. in Mil. Ser., near Okaloua, Miss., May 7, 1863. 

♦Campbell, William Lowndes, (Fr.) 

1 84 1, Mt. Meigs; s. Col. William J. Campbell; b. Feb. 7, 1823; d. 18 — . 

Capers, Richard LeGrand, (Soph.) 

1840, Linden; s. Dr. Joseph Capers; b. March 2T, 1821. 

Fitzpatrick, Felix Grundy, (Soph.) , Tex. 

1840, Auburn; s. Rene Fitzpatrick; b. May 20, 1821. 

*Gaillard, Richbourg, (Soph.), lawyer, Camden. 

1840, Claiborne; s. Thomas Gaillard, Mobile; b. July 7, 1821; Capt., ist Ala. 
Reg., C. S. A.; m. Miss Caldwell; d. 1898. 

♦Harwell, Robert Rivers, (Fr.), planter, Shreveport, La. 

1841, Jackson; s. Robert Rivers Harwell, Jackson, and Sally Alston; b. Jan. 4, 
1823; Lieut., C. S. A., 1861-65; Planter in Clarke Co., 25 years, then at Shreveport, 
La.; m. Mary Olivia Barnes, Suggsville; d. 189 — . 

Inge, Francis Decatur, ( Soph. ) 

1841, Tuscaloosa; s. Maj. Francis Inge and Rebecca Williams; b. Jan. 10, 1822. 

*Jones, Aaron, (Soph.), cotton weigher, Tuscaloosa. 

183s, Tuscaloosa; b. Dec. 13, 1822; d. Aug. 26, 1858. 
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66 Record of Students [1842 

*Noble, Jefferson, (Soph.), lawyer, Montgomery. 

1840, Montgomery; b. May 19, 1821; joined Tex. Navy, and then entered 
Yale Law School; d. 1856 of yellow fever. 

Owen, Robert Silvester, (Fr.), teacher, Milldale. 

1841, Tuscaloosa; s. John Owen and Ann Kealing Silvester; b. April 29, 1825; 
ist Sgt, Co. G., 51st Ala. Reg., C. S. A. 



Smith, James Lambeth, (Fr.) 

1841 ; b. May 19, 1826. 

* Woodward, Thomas Andrew, (Soph.) 

1840, Tuskegee; s. Gen. Thomas S. Woodward; b. June 2, 1821; d. 18 — . 

1842. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

*Dagg, John Francis, A. B., A. M., '46, minister, Hopkins- 
ville, Ky. 

1839, Tuscaloosa; s. John Leady Dagg, Hayneville, and Mary Fanny Thorn- 
ton; b. Aug. 5, 1823; D. D., 1874, Mercer Univ.; Pastor Milledgeville, Ga., Baptist 
Church, 1847-50; Editor, Christian Index, Penfield, Ga., six years; Pastor at Cuth- 
bert, Ga., 1856-66; Pres., Bethel Col., Hopkinsville, Ky., 1866-74; Pastor at Danville 
and Lafayette, Ala., 1874-78; Prof., Math., Albemarle, Va., Female Inst., 1878-80; 
Pastor at Gadsden, Ala., 1880-82; m. Rosalee Helen Horsley, Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 24, 
1857; d. Aug. 31, 1894. 

*Guild, Joseph Conn, A. B., A. M., '45, lawyer, Tuscaloosa. 

1839, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. James Guild, Sr., and Mary Elizabeth Williams; b. 
Jan. 3, 1824; Clerk, Treas. Dept., Washington, 1856; twice Mayor of Tuscaloosa; 
Reg. in Chancery; Capt., Co. K., 20th Ala. Reg., C. S. A., 1861-62; Postmaster, 
Tuscaloosa, 1862-65; d. July 19, 1875. 

*Lowe, John Thomas, A. B., A. M., '51, physician, Aberdeen, 

Miss. 

1839, Huntsviile; s. Gen. B. M. Lowe and Sarah Sophia Manning; b. Nov. 6, 
1824; M. D., Univ. of Pa., 1846; Surgeon, C. S. A., Gen. Loring's Division; d. 189 — . 

*Monk, Richard Furman Haynesworth, A. B., '42, physician, 
New Orleans, La. 

1840, Linden; s. John Monk and Rachael Haynesworth; b. Nov. 17, 1818; M. D., 
L^niv. of La.; d. 18 — . 

*Perkins, Claudius Hardin, A. B., planter, Tuscaloosa. 

1839, Tuscaloosa; s. Hardin Perkins, Tuscaloosa, and Sophia Salina Holland; 
b. Aug. 13, 1822; Lawyer; ni. Hattie Earle, Elyton, Dec. 17, 1856; d. May 27, 1804. 

*Somerville, James, A. B., A. M., '45, lawyer, Carrollton, Miss. 

1839, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. James Somerville, Tuscaloosa, and Helen G. Wallace; 
b. Oct. 20, 1822; Tutor, Latin and Greek, U. of Ala., 1844-46; Col., Miss. Reg., C. 
S. A.; Editor, Memphis Appeal; m. (i) Martha G. Hudson, (2) Cornelia Barbour, 
Gordonsville, Va., June, 1872; d. 1877. 



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1842. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 
*Ashford, George Franklin, (Fr.), planter, Navasota, Tex. 

1842, Gaston, Sumter Co.; s. Simon Ashford, Gaston, and Polly Goree; b. 
Sept. 19, 1822; m. Sarah Gresham, Perry Co.; d. 1857. 

*Ashford, John Bennett, (Fr.), planter, Navasota, Tex. 

1842, Gaston; s. Simon Ashford, Gaston, and Polly Goree; b. Nov. 29, 1820; 
Teacher; m. Elizabeth White, Grimes Co., Tex.; d. in Mil. Sen, Navasota, Tex,, 1865. 

*Banks, Thomas Gray, (Fr.) , planter 

1842, Tuscaloosa; b. Feb. 7, 1826; M. D., Jefferson Med. Col., Philadelphia; d. 
dron, Lowndes Co., Ala.; d. 1867. 

*Banks, William, (Fr.), physician, St. Louis, Mo. 

1840, Tuscaloosa; b. Fed. 7, 1826; M. D., Jefferson Med. Col., Philadelphia; d. 
1867 or '68. 

Boykin, James, (Jun.) 

1842, Mobile; s. Burwell Boykin; b. Aug. 8, 1823. 

*Creswell, David, (Jun.), lawyer, , La. 

1841, Eutaw; s. Robert Creswell; b. Nov. 10, 1824; Circuit Judge, La.; m. (1) 
Gertrude Thornton, Greene Co., (2) Julia Pleasants, Huntsville; d. 1868 or '70. 

*Davis, Oliver Wilson, (Fr.), lawyer, West Chester, Pa. 

1841, Tuscaloosa; s. Rev. Noah Davis, Philadelphia, Pa., and Mary Young; 
A. B., Georgetown, Ky., 1844; b. July 11, 1828; m. Sophia Inglis, Philadelphia, 1852; 
d. Feb. 26, 1887. 

Ellington, William Harrison, (Fr.) 

1842, Talladega; b. June 18, 1823. 

*Gates, Charles Franklin, (Soph.), planter. Friars Point, Miss. 

1841, Eutaw; s. Charles Gates and Rose Reid; b. Dec. 20, 1824; m. Susan 
Ragsdale, Aberdeen, Miss.; d. 18 — . 

*Goree, Joseph Alexander, (Soph.), retired, Tuscaloosa. 

1 84 1, Marion; s. James Lysle Goree, Marion, and Martha Rabb; b. April i, 
182s; Planter and Teacher; m. Emma Robinson, Indianapolis, Ind. ; d. Dec. 30, 1896. 

*Grissette, Edward Colvin, (Jun.), planter, Claiborne. 

1840, Claiborne; s. William J. Grissette; b. Sept. 3, 1820; d. 1861. 

*Hogan, John Benjamin, (Fr.), Mobile. 

1842, Mobile; s. Col. John H. Hogan; b. Aug. 28, 1824; m. Georgia Owen, 
Mobile; d. Dec. 16, 1853. 

Hudson, Edward Murray, (Fr.) 

1842, Mardisville, Talladega Co.; s. Isaac Hudson; b. April 14, 1827. 

*Inge, John Henry, (Fr.), Pecos Co., Tex. 

1842, Tuscaloosa; s. Maj. Frank Inge and Rebecca Williams; b. April 3, 1825; 
i. at Little Rock, Ark. 



68 Record of Students ' [1843 

*King, (Elisha) Porter, (Jun.), lawyer, Marion. 

1840, Marion; s. Gen. E. D. King, Marion, and Ann Alston Hunter; b. April 
30, 1824; Student, Brown Univ., Providence, R. I., 1842-43; Mem., Gen. Assem., 
Ala. Leg., 1846-47; Judge, Circuit Court, 1850-65; Capt., Marion Light Inf., C. S. A., 
1861-63; Probate Judge, Perry Co., 1877-79; Lawyer, Jurist and Planter; Pres., Board 
Trustees, Howard Col. and Judson Inst., twenty years; m. (i) Margaret Irwin, 
Greensboro, (2) Callie M. Lumpkin, Ga. ; d. in Atlanta, Ga., Jan. 3, 1890. 

*Miller, George David, (Fr.), planter, Canton. 

1842, Canton, Wilcox Co.; s. Abijah Miller and Amanda Bethea; b. Feb. 19, 
1824; Private, C. S. A.; m. (i) Henrietta Gibson, (2) Elizabeth Hines; d. Aug. i, 1870. 

*Miller, Thomas Edwin, (Soph.), planter, Grenada, Miss. 

1841, Moulton; s. Thomas Miller and Martha Craddock; b. Feb. 10, 1823; Capt, 
C. S. A.; m. Sarah Elizabeth Sykes, Tuscaloosa, Feb. 13, 1845; d. Feb. 28, 1879. 

*Moore, Council Wooten, (Soph.), physician. East Pascagoula. 

1842, Marion; s. Alfred Moore; b. Sept. 8, 1824; m. Martha A. Dozier, Union- 
town, June 5, 1848; d. 18 — . 

Robinson, Francis Minor, ( Soph. ) 

1841, Tuscaloosa; b. June 23, 1826. 

*Sayre, Bassett Moseley, (Fr.), Mobile. 

1842, Mobile; s. William Sayre, Mobile, and Frances Baker; b. Dec. 16, 1826; 
d. 18—. 

Van Hoose, James McLester, (Fr.), lawyer, Tuscaloosa. 

1842, Tuscaloosa; s. Jesse Van Hoose, Northport, and Anne Eggleston Baugh; 
b. March 25, 1823; m. Susan Alexander. June 20, 1849, Campbell Co., Va. 

*Walthall, Robert Kennon, (Jun.), planter, Newberne. 

1840, Greensboro; s. Richard Booker Walthall and Sarah Martin Moody; b. 
Aug. I, 1823; m. Margaret Hill, Jan., 1843; d. Sept., 1851. 

*Webb, John Henry Young, planter, Greensboro. 

1839, Greensboro; s. Thomas Webb, Greensboro, and Martha Dickins; b. March 
6, 1820; m. Julia De Yampert, Dec. ii, 1842; d. Oct. 23, 1895. 

1843. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

*Brooks, Henry Erasmus, A. B., A. M., '51, teacher, Eufaula. 

1840, Tuscaloosa; s. Brooks and Mary Ann Anthony; b. Feb. 4. 

1823; Prof., French and Math., Dallas Acad., Selma, 1852-55; Pres. Sou. F. Col., La 
Grange, Ga., 1855-61; Chaplain, 4th Ga. Reg., C. S. A.; Prin., Troy Baptist High 
School; m. Mourning Harrison, Clinton, Feb., 1844; d. Aug. 12, 1900. 

Crenshaw, Charles Edward, A. B., minister, Coosada. 

1840, Manningham, Butler Co.; s. Anderson Crenshaw, Butler Co., and Mary 
Chiles; b. Aug. 8, 1821; Minister, Math. Protestant Ciiurch; m. (1) Mary Louisa 
Coleman, Hickory Grove, Montgomery Co., April 8, 1847, (2) Lydia Grant ShaW, 

Aug., 1877. 



1843] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 69 

Crenshaw, Frederick William, A. B., planter, Manningham. 

1841, Manningham; s. Anderson Crenshaw and Mary Chiles; b. Feb. i8, 
1824; m. (i) Elvira Caroline Womack, 1850, (2) Sarah i^ewis, 1871. 

* Jones, Samuel Bartlett, A. B., lawyer, M inter City, Miss. 

1840, Carrollton, Miss.; b. Jan. i, 1819; m. Mary L. Somerville, Tuscaloosa; 
d. 1857. 

*Manly, Basil, Jr., A. B., A. M., '47, D. D., '59, minister, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 

1840, Tuscaloosa; s. Basil Manly, Greenville, S. C, and Sarah Murray Rudulph; 
b. Dec. 19, 1825; D. D., Wake Forrest, 1859; LL. D., A. and M. Col. of Ala., 1874; 
Pastor, Providence Church, Sumter Co., Ala., 1848; ist Church, Richmond, Va., 
1850-54; Fellowship and Damascus, Edgefield, S. C, 1863-64; Clear Spring, Green- 
ville, S. C, 1865-71; Stamping Ground, Midway, Ky., 1871-79; Pres. Richmond F. 
Inst., Va., 1854-59; Prof., Sou. Baptist Theolog. Sem., Greenville, S. C, 1859-71, and 
Louisville, Ky., 1879-92; Pres. Georgetown Col., Ky., 1871-79; Author "Bible Doc- 
trine of Inspiration," "A Call to the Ministry," "Baptist Psalmody," "The Choice," 
Sermons, Addresses, Hymns, etc.; m. (i) Mrs. Charlotte Elizabeth Smith (nee Whit- 
field), Marion, Ala., 1852, (2) Harriet Summers Hair, June 10, 1869, Newberry, 
S. C; d. Jan. 31, 1892. 

*Richardson, Austin Williams, A. B., A. M., '46, teacher, Macon, 
Miss. 

1840, Tuscaloosa; s. Thomas Gaines Richardson, Tuscaloosa, and Sarah 
Perry; b. Jan. 3, 1819; Private, C. S. A.; Teacher at Dayton, camden, Selma, Ala., 
and Macon, Miss.; m. Carrie Binion, Feb. 6, 1850; d. 1893. 

Richardson, Warfield Creath, A. B., A. M., '46, educator, Tusca- 
loosa. 

1839, Tuscaloosa; s. Thomas Gaines Richardson, Tuscaloosa, and Sarah Perry; 
b. June 22, 1823; Ph. D., 1878, A. and M. Col. of Ala.; Prin., Wilcox Male Acad., 
Camden, 1851-55; Prof., Natural Science, Centenary Inst., Summerfield; Lecturer on 
Chem., U. of Ala., 1864-65; Pres., Tuscaloosa F. Col., 1866-68; Acting Prof. cJf 
Greek, U. of Ala., 1876-77; Adjunct Prof, of English Lit. and Instructor in Min. 
and Geology, U. of Ala., 1877; m. Kate Jones, Camden, Nov. 16, 1855. 

Stansel, Martin Luther, A. B., A. M., '46, lawyer, Carrollton. 

1841, Pickensville; s. Rev. William R. Stansel and Jane C. Riddell; b. April 
23, 1822; Judge, County Court, 1849; Judge, Circuit Court, 1859; Trustee, U. of 
Ala., 1852-62, 1890-1902; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1861, 1896-97; State Senator, 
1856-57, 1890-94; Col., 41st Reg., Ala. Inf., C. S. A.; Mem. Constitu. Convention, 
1865; Trustee, A. and M. Col. of Ala., 1872-90; m. Olivia Sherrod, Pickens Co. 

*Tait, Felix, A. B., A. M,. '50, planter. Rock West. 

1840, Black's Bluff, Wilcox Co.; s. James Asbury Tait and Elizabeth Caroline 
Goode; b. Nov. 13, 1822; Private, Mexican War; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1857-61; 
Trustee, U. of Ala., 1856-61; Maj., 23rd Reg., Ala. Inf., C. S. A.; State Senator, 1874; 
m. Narcissa Goree, Marion, Sept. 10, 1850; d. July 10, 1899. 

1843. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

*Coleman, John Allen, (Fr.), Eutaw. 

1842, Eutaw; s. John Coleman and Juliet Bestor; b. May 27, 1823; d. Aug. 
25. 1843- 



70 Record of Students [1844 

*Eddins, Patrick Henry, (Soph.), planter, Tuscaloosa. 

1842, Tuscaloosa; s. Joseph Eddins, Tuscaloosa, and Elizabeth Walker; b. Nov. 
IS, 1821; m. Harriet Todd, Abbeville, S. C, Jan. 2z, 1845; d. Oct. 17, 1897. 



Edwards, Alonzo Jones, (Fr.) 

1843, Livingston; s. Gray A. Edwards; b. March 25, 1825. 

*Foster, George Washington, (Jun.), planter, Claiborne. 

1 84 1, Claiborne; s. Arthur Foster, Monroe Co., and Francis Elizabeth Brad- 
ley; b. Dec. 7, 18 19; Capt., and and 42nd Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; m. Jane Edwards 
Draughon; killed in battle, Corinth, Miss., 1862. 

*Perkins, Constantine Hume, (Sen.), physician, , Tenn. 

1835-6; 1840, Tuscaloosa; s. Constantine Perkins and Hume; b. April 4, 

1824; d. 1868. 

*Prince, John Haywood, (Fr.), planter, Gallion. 

1842, Tuscaloosa; s. Edmond Prince and Elizabeth T. Lawrence; b. Oct. 7, 
1825; Capt., C. S. A.; m. Arabella P. Body, Dayton, May 16, 1849; d. Jan., 1897. 



Sanders, Jeremiah Elam, (Fr.) 

1843, Mobile; s. Willis Sanders; b. Nov. 4, 1827. 

*Tankersley, William Jones, (Soph.), lawyer, Williams Cross 
Roads. 

1842, Livingston; s. George G. Tankersley, Livingston, and Sarah F. Jones; 
b. Aug. 8, 1825; m. Rosina Winston, Columbus, Miss.; d. i860. 

Welch, William Americus, (Jun.), physician, Alpine. 

184 1, Weokaville, Talladega Co.; s. Rev. Oliver Welch, Alpine, and Elizabeth 
Mallory; b. July 24, 1820; M. D., 1848, Jefferson Med. Col., Philadelphia; m. Willie 
Ann Wallace, Wilsonville, Shelby Co., Oct., 1843. 

*Whelan, Benjamin Lawrence, (Soph.), lawyer, Greensboro. 

1842, Greensboro; s. Charles Whelan; b. Nov. 25, 1826; d. about 1870. 

1844. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

Battle, William Augustus, A. B., A. M., '48, retired, Tuscaloosa. 

1841, Tuscaloosa; s. Alfred Battle and Millicent Beall; b. Jan. 26, 1825; Law 
Student, Univ. of Va., 1846; Private, Tarrant's Battery, C. S. A., 1861; Judge 
Advocate, torrest's Brigade, 1864; Planter, 1846-60; Commission Merchant, Mobile, 
1865-69; m. Susanna Clay Withers, Huntsville, Dec, 1847. 

*Forney, William Henry, A. B., A. M., '53, lawyer, Jacksonville. 

1841, Jacksonville; s. Jacob Forney and Sallie Hoke; b. Nov. 9, 1823; Lieut., 
ist Ala. Reg., U. S. A., Mexican War; Trustee, U. of Ala., 1852-63; Rep., Gen, 
Assem., Ala., 1859; Capt., Maj., Lieut.-Col. and Col., loth Reg., Ala. Inf., C. S. A.; 
Brig.-Gen., C. S. A.; State Senator, 1865; Rep., U. S. Congress, 1874-94; m. Mary 
Eliza Woodward, Jacksonville, Oct., 1854; d. Jan. 16, 1894. 

Gould, Robert Simonton, A. B., A. M., '47, lawyer, Austin, Tex. 

1841, Tuscaloosa; s. Daniel Gould, Statesville, N. C, and Zelpha M. Simonton; 
b. Dec. 16, 1826; LL. D., 1886, S. W. Pres. Univ. of Tenn.; Tutor, Math., U. of 



1844] Graduates with Titled Degrees 71 

Ala., 1846-49; Dist. Att'y, Tex., 1853-57; Dist. Judge, Tex., 1861, '66, '67; Capt., Maj. 
and Lieut.-< ol., Tex. Vol., C. S. A.; Asso. Justice, Supreme Court, Tex., 1874-81; 

Chief Justice, Supreme Court, Tex., 1881-83; Prof. Law, Univ. Tex., 1883 ; 

m. Serena Barnes, Leon Co., Tex., Aug. 14, 1855. 

*Hill, William Calvert, A. B., lawyer, Talladega. 

1 84 1, Talladega Co.; s. George Hill; b. Sept. 8, 1822; LL. B., Har. Univ.; 
d. 1852. 

*Huckabee, John Greene, A. B., planter and druggist, Marion. 

1842, Greensboro; b. Dec. 9, 1825; m. Annie Bettie Billingsley, Mobile; d. 1866. 

*Lee, Richard Henry, A. B., A. M., '48, planter, Marion. 

1842, Marion; s. David Lee and Haran Holmes; b. July 26, 1825; Merchant at 
Mobile and Planter in Perry Co.; m. Tabitha Jordan Curry, Perry Co., 1855; d. 
Nov. 10, 1878. 

*Mason, George Lafayette, A. B., lawyer, Wetumpka. 

1841, Tuscaloosa; b. Dec. 6, 1822; m. (i) Miss Hardwick, Carthage, (2) Miss 
Hardwick, Carthage; d. 18 — . 

*Minor, Lafayette Mordecai, A. B., physician, Greene Co. 

1841, Tuscaloosa; b. April 23, 1824; d. 187 — . 

Poellnitz, Benjamin Bruno, A. B., A. M., '49, physician, Rem- 
bert. 

1841, Linden; s. Julius Poellnitz, Linden, and Elizabeth R. Poellnitz; b. Jan. 
22, 1822; M. D., 1847, Univ. of La.; 2nd Lieut., C. S. A., 1861-63; Asst. Surgeon, 
1863-65; Planter; m. (i) Elizabeth D. Sanders, (2) Mary M. Rogers. 

♦Pratt, John Wood, A. B., A. M., '48, minister, Louisville, Ky. 

1841, Tuscaloosa; s. Rev. Horace Southworth Pratt, Tuscaloosa, and Jane 
Wood; b. May 12, 1827; D. D., Washington and Lee Univ., 1873; Pastor, Presby- 
terian Church, Marion, 1849-50; Prof, of Eng. Lit., U. of Ala., 1850-65; Prin., 
Brooklyn High School, N. Y., 1867-68; Pastor, Lexington, Va., 1868-74, Richmond, Ky., 
1874-77; Pres., Central Univ., Richmond, Ky., 1877-78; Pastor, 2nd Presbyterian 
Church, Louisville, Ky., 1881-83; m. (i) Mary Grace Crabbe, Tuscaloosa, 1850, (2) 
Maria Lindsay Waddell, Lexington, Va. ; d. March 24, 1888. 

*Rawdon, Richard Wilkes, A. B., lawyer, Weoka. 

1841, Weoka, Talladega Co.; s. John P. Rawdon, Childersburg, and Mary 
Wilkes; b. Dec. 22, 1822; d. Aug., 1849. 

♦Richardson, Wilson Gaines, A. B., A. M., '46, educator, Staun- 
ton, Tenn. 

1841, Tuscaloosa; s. Thomas Gaines Richardson, Tuscaloosa, and Sarah Perry; 
b. Dec. 9, 1825; Ph. D., 1876, Hiram Col., Ohio; Tutor, Ancient Languages, U. of 
Ala., 1846-49; Adj. Prof., Ancient Lang, and Eng. Lit., U. of Ala., 1849-50; Prof., 
Latin and French, Univ. of Miss., 1854-59; Prof, of Latin and French, Oaklana 
Col., Miss., 1859-62; Asst. Paymaster, C. S. Navy, 1862-65; Prof, of Ancient Lang, 
and French, Davidson Col., N. C, 1866-74; Prof., Latin and French, Central Univ. 
of Ky. ; Prof., Austin, Tex., Col.; Pastor, Presbyterian Churches, Staunton and 
Danceyville, Tenn.; Graduate, Princeton Theo. Sem., 1883; m. (i) Louise Vinson 
Kennon, Jackson, Miss., Feb. 4, 1857, (2) Mrs. Anne Herring McAfee, Harrisburg, 
Va., Feb. 10, 1876; d. July 5, 1886. 



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*Smith, John Little, A. B., A. M., '46, lawyer, ' Mobile. 

1 84 1, Livingston; s. Robert Hardy Smith, Edenton, N. C, and Elizabeth 
Gregory; b. March 27, 1824; Bachelier endroit Academie de Paris, 1854; Rep., Gen. 
Assem., Ala., 1880-81; m. Virginia A. Herndon, Clinton, Ala.; d. May 15, 1890. 

Steele, Matthew Weaver, A. B., architect, Avondale* 

1842, Huntsville; s. George Steele, Huntsville, and Ann Eliza Weaver; b. 
Nov. 17, 1824; Private, 3sth Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; Commission Merchant, New 
Orleans, 1849-55; Architect since 1855; Mayor of Avondale, 1891-92; m. Catherine 
Erskine Fearn, Huntsville, July 13, 1848. 

Stickney, William Augustus, A. B., minister, Faunsdale. 

1842, Greensboro; s. Joseph Blodgett Stickney, Greensboro, and Harriet Grist; 
b. Feb. 14, 1824; Graduate, General Theolog. Sem., N. Y.; Rector, St. Wilfrid's, 
Marion, 1847-63, St. Michael's, Macon Station, 1872-76, Holy Cross, Forkland, 1889-93, 
St. Michael's, Faunsdale, 1895-99; Founder of St. Wilfrid's School, Marion, and 
Mission to Negroes in Canebreak, serving latter from 1863 to 1873; Episcopal Min- 
ister since 1847; m. Louisa McKinley Collins, Faunsdale, Jan. 29, 1863. 

*Wallace, John Pleasant, A. B., Sacramento, Cal. 

1 84 1, Tuscaloosa; s. Judge James Brandon Wallace and Caroline Craddock; b. 
Aug. 31, 1825; d. 1850. 

*Welch, James EH, A. B., A. M., '47, planter,' Apopka, Fla. 

1841, Alpine; s. Rev. Oliver Welch, Alpine, and Elizabeth Mallory; b. Sept. 
19, 1824; Orange Grower; m. Virginia B. M. Mallory, Weenoka, Talladega Co., Nov., 
1852; d. Aug. 25, 1894. 

*Whitfield, Hampton Smith, A. B., teacher. Meridian, Miss. 

1841, Tuscaloosa; s. Benjamin Whitfield and Caroline Smith; b. May 19, 1825; 

Capt., 5ist Reg., Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; Supt. Education, Tuscaloosa Co.; Prof, of 

Math., U. of Ala., 1870-78; Editor Daily Mercury, Meridian, 1883; m. Nannie Lewis, 
Tuscaloosa; d. Jan. 4, 1884. 



1844. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

*Alison, Samuel Beekman, (Jun.), lawyer, Carlowville. 

1843, Richmond, Dallas Co.; Dist. Att'y for Mariposa Co., Calif., 1855-60; 
Lawyer at Mariposa Co., Cal., 1848-72; d. Jan. 15, 1880. 

*Beene, William Anderson, (Sen.), lawyer, Selma. 

1841, Cahaba; s. Jesse Beene and Bird; b. Oct. 18, 1823; Sgt., C. S. 

A.; m. Miss Cone, Cahaba; killed in battle, Cold Harbor, Va., June, 1862. 

Bradley, James Richard 

1844, Valley Creek, Dallas Co.; s. F. M. Bradley; b. Nov. 9, 1825. 



*Brumby, Thomas Pinckney Gibson, (Fr.), planter, McKinney, 
Tex. 

1843, Cubahatchie, Macon Co.; s. Dr. Robt. Horatio Brumby and Mary Eliza- 
beth Murphy; b. Aug. 12, 1825; m. (i) Elizabeth Stratford, March 6, 1845, (2) Lula 
Colbert; d. 1891. 



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*Burt, Ninian Pinckney, (Soph.), Camden. 

1843, Camden; b. Feb. 6, 1824; d. Aug. 6, 1844. 



♦Chiles, WilHam Caldwell, (Jun.) 

1843, Eutaw; s. Capt. James Chiles; b. April 9, 1825; d. 18 — . 

Clements, Luther Morgan, (Fr.), planter, Tuscaloosa. 

1843, Tuscaloosa; s. Hardy Clements and Martha Hargrove; b. Nov. 15, 1825; 
M. D , 1849, Jefferson Med. Col., Philadelphia; Capt., Co. F., 41st Ala., C. S. A. 

♦Crawford, William James, (Soph.), Tuscaloosa. 

1843, Benevola, Pickens Co.; s. Nelson A. Crawford and Julia Penn; b. Oct. 
8, 1828; d. July 5, 1844. 

*Dew, John Greenwood, (Soph.), planter, Eutaw. 

1842, Eutaw; s. Duncan Dew, Eutaw, and Sarah Greenwood; b. Jan. 20, 1826; 
d. June 29, 1881. 

*Earbee, Floyd, (Soph.) 

1842, Livingston; s. William Earbee; b. Nov. 26, 1824; d. 18 — . 

Ellis, Francis, (Soph.) , i . • ■• 

1842, 'luscaloosa; b. Dec. 17, 1827. 

*Fitzpatrick, Byrd, (Jun.), lawyer, Troy. 

1842, Montgomery; s. Joseph Fitzpatrick, Line Creek, and Sarah Tranum; b. 
Jan. IS, 1824; Probate Judge, Pike Co.; m. Ann Farrior, Orion, Pike Co.; d. 1864. 

♦Fleming, James Hanna, (Soph.), Sumterville. 

1843. Sumterville; s. Pliny Rutherford Fleming and Mary Hanna; b. March 4, 
1823; Student, Jefferson Med. Col.; d. May 15, 1847. 

♦Foster, James Monroe, (Soph.), retired, San Antonio, Tex. 

1843, Foster's; s. Robert Savidge Foster, Foster's, and Ann Tompkins; b. Jan. 
21, 1824; Maj., Ferguson's Brigade, C. S. A.; Cotton Factor in Mobile; retired from 
business, 1875, and moved to San Antonio, 1881; m. Malinda Dunlap, Pickens Co., 
1858; d. at Mobile, Feb. 22, 1897. 

♦Greene, John Arnold, (Soph.), physician, Russell Co. 

1843, UcLee, Russell Co.; s. Hartwell B. Greene; b. June 11, 1827; M. D., 
New York; d. 187 — . 

♦Henshaw, Andrew Isbell, (Soph.), lawyer and planter, Clai- 
borne. 

1843, Mt. Pleasant, Monroe Co.; s. Capt. Andrew Henshaw and Elizabeth 
Isbell; b. Nov. 17, 1825; Student Harvard, 1845-46; LL. B., William and Mary 
Col., Va., 1848; Mem., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1851-52; Lieut., Cav., C. S. A.; m. Mary 
Anderson Isbell, Cumberland Co., Va., Aug. 8, 1848; d. Aug. 22, 1865. 

♦Herbert, Philemon Thomas, (Soph.) , Tex. 

1842, Tuscaloosa; b. Nov. i, 1825; Col., C. S. A., in charge of Tex. Brigade; 
d. of wounds received at Battle of Mansfield, La. 



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*Jarratt, Abner Archelaus, (Fr.), planter, Letohatchie. 

1843, Montgomery; s. Thomas Key Jarratt and Harriett Elizabeth McGehee; b. 
May 31, 1827; Private, 6th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; m. Emily Catherine Whipple, Hayne- 
ville, Jan. 25, 1845; d. Jan. 8, 1873. 

Lide, Cornelius Mandeville, (Fr.), planter, Talladega. 

1844, Richmond; s. Eli Hugh Lide, Carlowville, and Mary Ann Mandeville; 
b. June 2, 1825; Private, under Gen. Bragg, C. S. A.; m. Mary Huger Dawson, 
Carlowville. 

McDow, Alexander, (Soph.), planter, Victoria, Tex. 

1843, Gainesville; s. Capt. William Loftin McDow and Jane Ramsay; b. April 
10, 1823; ist Lieut., Co. I, i6th Tex. Inf., 1862, and Capt., 1863-65, C. S. A.; m. (i) 
Adaline Fleming, Sumter Co., Sept. 8, 184s, (2) Mrs. Harriette Posey, LaGrange, Ga., 
June, 1864; d. Feb. 5, 1891. 

*Minor, John Lancelot, (Soph.), physician. Mobile. 

1842, Tuscaloosa; b. June 3, 1826; d. 1854. 

*Mobley, William Woodward, (Soph.), physician, , S. C. 

1842, Foster's; s. Edward Mobley and Nancy Hill; b. Sept. 12, 1825; d. 18 — . 

Owen, Marcus, (Soph.), merchant, Baltimore, Md. 

1842, Tuscaloosa; s. Judge Thomas Owen and Dolly Payne Williams; b. Sept. 
21, 1826; Private, Mobile Rifles, 1861; Clerk in the Departments, Richmond, and 
later in Secret Ser., C. S. Gov.; m. Elizabeth McCabe, Mobile, May 10, 1856; 
d. Nov. 9, 1867. 

*Perkins, John Nicholas, (Soph.), planter^ Rome, Ga. 

1842, Tuscaloosa; s. Nicholas Perkins, Franklin, Tenn., and Anne Eleanor 
Patton; b. Dec. 2, 1823; ist Lieut., 13th Reg., Inf., Mexican War, 1846-48; appointed 
by President Pierce, ist Lieut, in U. S. Regular Army; Adj., ist Ga. Cav., C. S. A.; 
Rep., Gen. Assem., Ga., 1874-78; m. Mary Elizabeth Perkins, Fort Smith, Ark., July 
27, 1859; d. Feb. IS, 1896. 

*Quarles, John Mims, (Fr.), merchant, Warsaw. 

1843, Carthage, Tuscaloosa Co.; s. Dr. Moses Quarles and Caroline Mims; b. 
Sept. 25, 1825; Lieut., Mexican War; Steamboat Pilot, Miss. River; Capt., C. S. A.; 
Sheriff, Sumter Co.; m. Frances Stanton, Warsaw, 1850; d. Jan. 4, 1878. 

Randolph, Mickelborough Montague, (Fr.), physician and 
planter, Courtland, Miss. 

1843, Greensboro; s. Richard Kidder Randolph, Greensboro, and Elizabeth Jane 
Montague; b. Aug. 4, 1826; M. D., Univ. of Mo., 1849; m. Cornelia King Wright, 
Panola Co., Miss., Nov., 1853. 

*Rice, Frierson Hopkins, (Fr.) , Ark. 

1844, Clinton; s. Hopkins Rice and Linsey; b. Jan. 10, 1826; m. (i) 

Mrs. Margaret Cabber, (2) ; d. 18 — . 

*Saunders, William, (Fr.), lawyer, Cahaba. 

1843, Cahaba; s. Col. E. W. Saunders; b. June 17, 1825; drowned in 184 — . 

*Shamburger, Peter Lambert, (Fr.), planter. Yellow Bluff. 

1843, Bethel, Wilcox Co.; s. William Shamburger, Bethel; b. Sept. 30, 1824; 
m. Helen Norris, Dec. 25, 1848; d. Aug. 26, 1895. 



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Shepherd, John Simpson, (Fr.) 

1844, Columbus, Miss.; s. Rev. S. Shepherd; b. April 6, 1823. 

1845. Graduates with Titled Degrees 
Agee, Noah Alfred, A. B., A. M., '48, planter, Perdue Hill. 

1842, Claiborne, Monroe Co.; s. William Raiford Agee, Claiborne, and Elevinna 
Hill; b. Feb. 7, 1827; Rep., Gen. Assam., Ala., 1853-54; State Senator, 1856-57; 
Private, Co. F., 36th Reg., C. S. A.; Reg. in Chancery, Monroe Co., 1855-68; m. (i) 
Anne C. Hunley, Nov., 1854, (2) Lavinia Robertson, Feb., 1867, (3) Lula A. Agee, 
May, 1895. 

*Buck, Jonathan, A. B., A. M., '48, physician, Macon, Miss. 

1842, Macon, Miss.; s. David Buck, Macon, and Martha Bromlitte; b. April 2, 
1824; M. D., 1848, Jefferson Med. Col.; d. March 29, 1881. 

♦Clements, Rufus Hargrove, A. B., A. M., '48, planter, Tusca- 
loosa. 

1842, Tuscaloosa; s. Hardy Clements and Martha Hargrove; b. Nov. i, 1824; 
LL. B., 1847, Harvard; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1851-53; m. Martha Lavinia Bugbee, 
Montgomery, Nov. 27, 1850; d. Dec. i, 1875. 

♦Cleveland, John Smith, A. B., A. M., '51, planter. Walker Co., 
Tex. 

1842, Selma; s. Carter Harrison Cleveland and Mary Smith; b. Jan. 7, 1826; 
Capt., C. S. A.; Lawyer; m. Elizabeth Tipton; d. 1874. 

*Cook, Chelsea Monroe, A. B., A. M., '48, lawyer, Tuscaloosa. 

1842, Northport; s. Robert Cook, Northport, and Sarah Going; b. Oct. i8, 
1824; m. Susan A. Kennedy, Greene Co., April 24, 1855; d. 1869. 

♦Graham, Charles Dewitt, A. B., A. M., '54, planter, Eutaw. 

1842, Eutaw; s. Alexander Graham; b. Aug. 29, 1826; d. 18 — . 

♦Guild, La Fayette, A. B., A. M., '48, physician, San Francisco, 
Cal. 

1842, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. James Guild, Sr., and Mary Elizabeth Williams; b. 
Nov. 23, 1826; M. D., 1848, Jefferson Med. Col., Philadelphia; Surgeon, U. S. A., 
1849-61; Medical Director, Army N. Va., C. S. A., 1862-65; Quarantine Surgeon, 
Mobile, 1866; City Physician, San Francisco, 1869-70; m. Martha Aylette Fitts, Mobile, 
1851; d. July 4, 1870. 

♦Johnston, John David, A. B., druggist, Tuscaloosa 

1842, Tuscaloosa; s. David Johnston, Tuscaloosa, and Sarah Cookson Terry; 
b. Feb. 3, 1826; d. Nov. 13, 1849. 

Murphy, Samuel Silenus, A. B., A. M., '48, physician. Pleasant 
Ridge. 

1842, Eutaw; s. James Murphy and Elizabeth Angeline Sadler; b. Nov. 14, 
1825; M. D., Mobile, 1881; m. E. M. Steele, Pleasant Ridge, 1856. 



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*Saffold, Benjamin Franklin, A. B,, A. M., '49, lawyer, Selma. 

1842, Dallas Co.; s. Reuben Saffold and Mary Phillips; b. April 20, 1826; 
Mayor of Selma; Judge, ist Jud. Circuit of Ala., 1865; Mem., Constitu. Convention, 
1868; Judge, Supreme Court, 1868-74; State Senator, 1875-77; m. Mary Ellen Brown, 
Selma, Oct. 9, 1851; d. April 9, 1889. 

Steele, John Frederick, A. B., A. M., '48, civil engineer, Avon- 
dale. 

1843, Huntsvine; s. George Steele, Huntsville, and Eliza Weaver; b. July 7, 
1826; ist Lieut, of Engineers, C. S. A.; Law Student, Univ. of Va., 1851-52; 
admitted to Bar, Huntsville, 1852; Prin. of Green Academy, 1854-55; Asst. Engineer, 
M. and C. R.R., 1850; Chief Engineer, A. and T. Central R.R., 1855-56. 

1845. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

*Aylett, William Dandridge, (Soph.), physician, Sacramento, 
Cal. 

1843, Tuscaloosa; s. William Aylett, Dallas Co., and Martha Posey; b. Jan. 22, 
1827; Supt. StocKton Insane Asylum; m. Betty Betts, San Francisco, Cal.; d. 189 — . 

*Bealle, John Richards, (Jun.), planter, Cooksville, Miss. 

1842, Tuscaloosa; s. John S. Bealle, Foster's, and Ann H. Koberts; b. May 23, 
1827; Capt., Co. F., ist Miss. Reg. of Cav., C. S. A., promoted to Col.; m. Virginia 
Caroline King, Huntsville, March 21, 1850; killed, battle Briton's Lane, near Den- 
mark, Tenn., Sept. 2, 1862. 

*Beck, Alfred, (Soph.), merchant. Meridian, Miss. 

1843, Livingston; s. Alfred Beck and Mary McKinney; b. Jan. 11, 1825; 
Private, C. S. A.; m. Antoinette E. Hooks, St. Stephens, June 13, 1850; d. in Mil. 
Ser., London, Tenn., 1862. 

*Beene, Benjamin Yancey, (Fr.), lawyer, Selma. 

1845, Cahaba; s. Je.sse Beene and Bird; b. April 25, 1828; A. B., 

Univ. of N. C, 1849; d. 1861. 

*Brevard, Ephraim Joseph, (Fr.) 



1845, Lincolnton, N. C; s. Robert A. Brevard; b. Sept. 26, 1828; A. B., Univ. 
of N. C, 1849; d. 18—. 

Campbell, John, (Soph.) 

1843, Linden; b. March 8, 1827. 

*Chiles, Charles James, (Soph.), planter, Clinton. 

1842, Eutaw; s. Col. Larkin Chiles; b. Oct. i, 1826; d. 18 — . 

*Clanton, James Holt, (Fr.), lawyer, Montgomery. 

1845, Tuskegee; s. Nathaniel Holt Clanton and Clayton; b. Jan. 8, 

1827; Private, U. S. A., Mexican War, 1846; admitted to the Bar, 1850; Rep., Gen. 
Assem., 1855; Capt., Col., Brig.-Gen., then Maj.-Gen., C. S. A.; m. Parthenia Aber- 
crombie, Russell Co.; d. Sept. 27, 1871. 

*Clark, John Blair, (Jun.), bookseller, Selma. 

184s, Eutaw; s. James Blair Clark, Eutaw, and Mary Erwin; b. June 9, 1826; 
d at Eutaw, 1865. 



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*Douglas, Robert Franklin, (Soph.), lawyer, Talladega. 

184s, Talladega; s. Robert E. Douglas, Tyler, Tex., and Sophia McLellan; b. 
Oct. 18, 1824; Private, U. S. A., Mexican War, 1846-47; d. April 23, 1848. 

*Foster, Arthur, (Sen.), merchant, Starkville, Miss. 

1842, Foster's; s. James Foster and ivlary Ellen Hill; b. Aug. 31, 1823; engaged 
in Teaching and Planting; lived in Tex. a while, then moved to Miss, and operated 
a Sawmill; m. Elizabeth Amelia Foster, Fosters, 1846; d. June, 1867. 

*Gates, William Reid, (Fr.), Aberdeen, Miss. 

1845, Clinton; s. Charles Gates and Rose Reid; b. Feb. 24, 1828; Law Student; 
d. 184—. 

*Gill, William Maynard, (Sen.), Tuscaloosa. 

1842, luscaloosa; s. Charles G. Gill; b. Jan. 23, 1826; d. June 23, 1845. 

Harris, Ptolemy Tinsley, (Fr.) 

1845, Mobile; s. Ptolemy Tinsley Harris and McGrew; b. July 5, 1837. 

Harris, William Kilpatrick, (Soph.) 

184s, Mobile; s. Ptolemy Tinsley Harris; b. Aug. 20, 1825. 

*Hentz, Charles Arnold, (Soph.), physician, Quincy, Fla. 

1844, Tuscaloosa; s. Prof. Nicholas Marcellus Hentz and Caroline Lee Whiting, 
01 Lancaster, Mass.; b. May 28, 1827; M. D., 1848, Med Col., Louisville, Ky. ; Sur- 
geon, C. S. A.; m. (i) Mary Elizabeth G. Booth, Quincy, Fla., April 5, 1854, (a) 
Miss Monroe, Quincy, Fla., Oct. 28, 1873; d. June 30, 1894. 

*Hunley, Richard Ryland, (Sen.), horticulturist, Talladega. 

1842, Hayneville; s. Ransom Gayle Hunley, Hayneville, and Caroline Matilda 
Forney; b. Dec. 11, 1825; Postmaster, Talladega, 1884-88; m. Martha Sophia John- 
ston, Lincoln Co., N. C, July 13, 1847; d. July 3, 1897. 

Jackson, Walter Clarke, (Soph.), physician, Montgomery. 

184s, Autauga Co.; s. Absalom Jackson; b. July 14, 1827; County Health 
Officer; m. Mrs. Frankie Saffold. 

* Jones, Samuel Laird, (Soph.), planter, Allenton. 

184s, Allenton; s. Joseph Jones, Allenton, and Mary Bonner; b. Dec. 25, 1820; 
Teacher at Oak Hill, 1846-50; County Commissioner, 1850-66; m. Elizabeth Mc- 
Reynolds, Allenton, 1846; d. at Oak Hill, April 26, 1866. 

*King, Peyton Grififin, (Jun.), lawyer, Birmingham. 

1842, Montevallo; s. Edmund King and Nancy Ragan; b. Feb. 5, 1826; Rep., 
Gen. Assem., La., 1851; Mem. of La. Constitu. Convention, 18 — ; Receiver of Public 
Moneys at Monroe, La., under President Pierce for 3 years; returned to Ala. in 1857; 
Lieut., U. S. A. in Mexican War; Capt., C. S. A.; one of Founders of City of Bir- 
mingham; m. Mary Alabama Tarrant, Jonesboro, June, 1866; d. Nov. 28, 1893. 

*Lumpkin, David Perino, (Sen.), Montgomery. 

1843, Montgomery; b. May 2, 1823; d. Aug., 1885. 

Mason, Edmunds, (Jun.) 

1842, Tuscaloosa; b. Nov. 29, 1825. 



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*Perkins, Rufus Lewis, (Sen.), lawyer, Macon, Miss. 

1842, Pickensville; s. Stringer Perkins and Harriet Perkins; b. June 22, 1825; 
Lawyer, first at Mobile, then at Macon, Miss.; Commissary Dept., C. S. A.; m. 
Abbie L. Smith, Mobile, June 18, 1852; d. iVlay 5, 1862. 

*Reici, Rufus Joseph, (Jun.), lawyer, St, Paul, Minn. 

1843, Greensboro; s. Maj. Samuel D. Reid; b. Aug. 17, 1825; Solicitor Circuit 
Court (at Selma) one term; d. 1899. 

*Reynolds, Thomas Henry, (Soph.), planter, Montgomery. 

1843, Weokaville, Talladega Co.; s. Walker Reynolds, Alpine, and Espy 
Gibson; b. May 11, 1828; m. (i) Margie E. Reynolds, Aberdeen, Miss., Sept. 27, 
1849, (2) Elizabeth A. Jordan, Montgomery, Dec. 12, i860; d. at M ottingham, Ala., 
Oct. 29, 1892. 

*Saffold, Milton Jefferson, (Jun.), lawyer, San Francisco, Cal. 

1843, Pleasant Hill; s. Hon. Reuben Saffold and Mary Phillips; b. March 18, 
1828; Solicitor, 1848; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1859; Chancellor, 1859-61; Circuit 
Judge, Ala., 1869; m. (i) Georgia Whiting, Montgomery, 1856, (2) Martha James 
Harrison, Lowndesboro, 1857; d. July 5, 1879. 

*Scott, John Randolph, (Fr.), planter, Montgomery. 

184s, Montgomery; s. Alfred V. Scott, and Mary Bibb; b. Dec. 10, 1829; d. 
1859 or i86q. 

Smith, John Calvin, (Jun.) 

1843, Providence, Pickens Co.; s. Col. Nathan Smith; b. Nov. 27, 1823. 

*Sturdivant, Robert Daniel, (Soph.), planter, Augustin. 

1844, Valley Creek, Dallas Co.; s. Robert Sturdivant, Summerfield, and Ann 
Norwood; b. Sept. 12, 1824; Capt., Co. B, 8th Reg. Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; Rep., Gen. 
Assem., Ala., 1867-68; m. Sophia Clark King, Summerfield, Sept. 23, 1847; d. 
Oct. 28, 1883. 

Tait, Robert, (Jun.), planter, Canton Bend. 

1842-43, 1844-45, Black's Bluff, Wilcox Co.; s. James Asbury Tait and Eliza- 
beth Caroline Goode; b. Dec. 12, 1824; Capt., C. S. A.; m. Mary Jane Erwin, Mobile, 
Dec. 3, 1851. 

*Vaughan, Thomas Bressie, (Jun.), physician, Tuscaloosa. 

1842, Tuscaloosa; s. Edward Bressie Vaughan and Mariah Blackburn; b. Jan. 
II, 1826; M. D., Philadelphia, 1848; d. May i, 1849. 

*Wallace, Robert Benjamin, (Soph.), physician, Harpersville. 

1843, Harpersville; s. Samuel Wallace, Harpersville, and Anna Ballou; b. Nov. 
I, 1824; M. D., Jefferson Med. Col., 1848; m. Ann Mallory, Alpine, 1850; d. at 
Brattleboro, Vt., 1859. 

*Ware, James Henry, (Soph.), planter, Montgomery. 

1845, Montgomery; s. Robert J. Ware and Ann Asenath White; b. July 3, 1828; 
m. (i) Mary Stokes, Lincoln Co., Ga., (2) Octavia Willis, Talladega; d. July 8, 1867. 

*Ware, Robert Young, (Soph.), planter 

1845, Montgomery; s. Robert J. Ware and Ann Asenath White; b. March 15, 
1827; m. Catherine Molton, Montgomery Co.; d. 18 — . 



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White, Clement Billingslea, (Fr.), merchant, Calera. 

184s, Montgomery; s. Thomas Osborne White, Mobile, and Sophia Reaser 
Byrd; b. July 4, 1829; A. B., Centre Col., Ky., 1848; Asst. Quartermaster, StaflE of 
Gen. Clanton, C. S. A.; Commission and Storage business at Selma, 1856-65; m. 
Martha Todd, Lexington, Ky., Oct. 20, 1850. 



1846. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

*Archibald, Edwin Addison, A. B., A. M., '49, teacher. Pleasant 
Ridge. 

1842, Eutaw; s. James Hall Archibald and Mary Steele; b. July ii, 1822; 
Prin., Pleasant Ridge High School, 1853-70; m. Ellen Jane Hood, Bethany; d. 
Aug., 1870. 

♦Armstrong, James King, A. B., A. M., '49, teacher, Grenada, 

Miss. 

1844, Black's Bluff, Wilcox Co.; s. Harwell Armstrong, Pine Apple, and Mary 
White King; b. Oct. i8, 1824; Prof., Centenary Inst., 1850-52; Pres., Marion F. 
Sem., 1852-66, LaGrange F. Col., Ga., 1866-68, Union F. Col., Eufaula, 1868-70, Athens 
F. Col., 1873-76, Grenada F. Col., 1876-78; Minister, M. E. Church, South; m. ^i) 
Lucy Bondurant, Uniontown, 1850, (2) Mrs. Isabella Parish {nee Fowlkes), June 
16, 1864; d. Aug. 28, 1878. 

Battle, Archibald John, A. B., A. M., '49, educator, Anniston. 

T843, Eufaula; s. Cullen Battle, M. D., Eufaula, and Jane Lamon; b. Sept. lo, 
1826; D. D., Howard Col., 1872, Columbia Univ., 1873, Univ. of Ga., 1873; LL. D., 
Miss. Col., 1884; Tutor, Anc. Languages, U. of Ala., 1850-51; Prof., Greek, U. of 
Ala., 1856-60; Pastor, Tuscaloosa Baptist Church, 1855-56; Pres., A. C. F. Col., Tus- 
caloosa, 1860-62, Judson F. Inst., 1865-72, Mercer Univ., 1872-89, Shorter Col., Rome, 

Ga., 1890-98, Anniston Col. for Young Ladies, 1898 ; m. Mary Elizabeth Guild, 

Tuscaloosa, Dec. 7, 1847. 

*Browne, Newberne Hobbs, A .B., A. M., '49, lawyer, Tuscaloosa. 

1842, Tuscaloosa; s. John Allen Browne, Tuscaloosa, and Pattie Hobbs, of 
K. C. ; b. Dec. i6, 1825; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1853-59 and 1872-74; Editor, 
Tuscaloosa Observer, 1851-53; Trustee, Univ. of Ala., 1859-64; Circuit Solicitor, 
1859; Trustee, Ala. Bryce Insane Hosp. ; Probate Judge, Tuscaloosa Co., 1874-1890; 
m. Mary Eliza Prude, Tuscaloosa Co., Jan. 21, 1874; d. March 25, 1891. 



*Capel, Francis Coke, A. B., A. M., '52, lawyer 

1843, Pickensville, Pickens Co.; b. Aug. 4, 1824; d. 18 — . 

♦Carpenter, John Dew, A. B., merchant, Mobile. 

1843, Eutaw; s. Jubal Carpenter; b. Dec. 29, 1822; Cotton Factor and Com- 
mission Merchant; d. 1868. 

*Connerly, David Curtis Berry, A. B., A. M., '49. teacher, Aus- 
tin, Tex. 

1844, Hope, Pickens Co.; s. J. R. Wesley Connerly; b. Sept. 19, 1825; Pastor, 
M. E. Church, South, at Eutaw, 1855, Selma, 1856; Prin., Pickensville High School, 
1851-54, Centenary Inst., Summerfield, 1856-61; Chaplain, 51st Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; 
Founder and Prin., Stonewall Inst., Plantersville ; m. Ellen Thomas Taylor, Fork- 
land, Sept. 1855; d. May 5, 1887, at Camden, Ark. 



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*Hall, Origen Charles, A. B., lawyer, Idaho City, Idaho. 

1844, iloney Cut, Baldwin Co.; s. Charles Hall, Baldwin Co., and 

Byrne; b. Nov. 17, 1825; practiced a while at Mobile, then moved to California; m. 
Miss Randall, of Calif.; d. 1866. 

*Iiaralson, Alonzo LaFayette, A. B., A. M., '51, planter, Verbena. 

1843, Collirene, Lowndes Co.; s. William Haralson, Selma, and Permelia 
Browning; b. Feb. i, 1825; m. (i) Sarah Chappell, May 31, 1849, (2) Ester Holt, 
March 30, 1880; d. July 6, 1899. 

*Hope, Archibald Houston, A. B., A. M., '49, Air Mount. 

1843, Air Mount,, Clarke Co.; s. John Hope; b. May 22, 1823; Medical Student; 
d. 1849. 

*Molton, Thomas James, A. B., A. M., '49, planter, Mt. Meigs. 

1843, Montgomery Co.; s. Major Thomas Molton; b. Dec. 12, 1827; Lawyer; 
m. Mary White Ware; d. 1896. 

*Morgan, Enoch, A. B., A. M., '49, lawyer, Eutaw. 

1844, Eutaw; s. Rev. Nicholas Ross Morgan, Eutaw, and Mary Wilson Alex- 
ander; b. July 9, 1825; Private, 51st Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; Trustee, U. of Ala., 1876-86; 
m. Elizabeth M. Perkins, Dec. 18, 1868; d. Dec. 18, 1886. 

*Morris, Isaiah James, A. B., A. M., '50, teacher, Ark. 

1844, Lafayette; s. Samuel Morris; b. Jan. 12, 1820; d. 1878. 

Prince, Francis Marion, A. B., A. M., '50, physician, Jonesboro. 

1842, Tuscaloosa; s. Edmund Prince and Elizabeth T. Lawrence; b. June 6, 
1827; M. D., 1849, Jefferson Med. Col,; Surgeon, C. S. A.; m. Martha G. Jordan, 
Jan. 30, 1850. 

*Rives, George Wyche, A. B., A. M., '52, planter, Mansfield, La. 

1843, Collirene; s. Green Rives, Collirene, and Jerusha May Paisley; b. June 
8, 1827; Prin. of Acad, at Sandy Ridge and in W^ilcox Co.; Prin., Male High School, 
Shreveport, La.; Clergyman, Christian Church, and last a Planter; m. iviary Elizabeth 
Carter, Ky., Nov. 6, 1851; d. May 29, 1859. 

*Ware, Edward Rowell, A. B., A. M., '53, minister, Montevallo. 

1843, Montgomery; s. Robert D. Ware, Montgomery, and Clara ; b. 

June 24, 1824; Pastor, Presbyterian Churches, Jacksonville, Centreville and Monte- 
vallo; d. Sept. 10, 1851. 

*Wellborn, Maximilian Bethune, A. B., A. M., '50, lawyer, 
Eufaula. 

1842, Eufaula; s. Levi Thomas Wellborn, Eufaula, and Roxana Bethune; b. 
Oct. 7, 1825; Col., on Staff, Gen. Magruder, 1862-63; Judge, Mil. Court, Washington, 
Ark., C. S. A., 1864-65; Reg. in Chancery, Barbour Co., 1878; Rep., Gen. Assam., 
1880-81; m. Emma Julia Dent, Barbour Co., Aug. 6, 1857; d. May 15, 1885. 

1846. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

*Billingslea, James Clement, (Sen.), physician, Augusta, Ark. 

1843, Wetumpka; s. Dr. Clement Billingslea; b. Dec. 27, 1826; Private, Mex 
ican War; M. D., (College unknown); m. Mary Woolley, Foster's; d. Dec. 25, 1869. 



1846] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 81 

*Blewett, Randle Tscharner, (Fr.), planter, McNutt, Miss. 

184s, Columbus, Miss.; s. Thomas G. Blewett, Sr., Columbus, Miss, and 
Regina DeGraftenreat; b. Feb. lo, 1029; Probate Judge, Leflore Co.; Capt., Co. C, 
2nd Battalion, Miss. Vol., C. S. A.; killed, battle Richmond, Va., May 2, 1862. 

*Coleman, Daniel Perrin Bestor, (Soph.), planter, Eutaw. 

184s, Eutaw; s. John Coleman and Juliet Bestor; b. May 27, 1827; Student 
Univ. of N. C, 1846-47; d. 1852. 

*Croom, Piatt Sylvester, (Fr.), physician, Durant, Miss. 

1846, Greensboro; s. Wiley Jones Croom and Elizabeth Holliday; b. March 
31, 1829; M. D., Philadelphia Med. Col.; m. Sarah May, Greensboro, 1850; d. in 
Holmes Co., Miss., 1889. 

*Fitts, William Faulcon, (Jun.), physician, Marengo Co. 

1846, iuscaloosa; s. James Harris Fitts, Tuscaloosa, and Rebecca Emily Alston; 
b, Feb. 14, 1829; M. D., 1851, Jefferson Med. Col.; ist Lieut., Co. G, sist Ala. Cav., 
C. S. A.; m. juny Annie Foster, Oct. 13, 1857; killed, Battle Murfreesborough, Tenn., 
Dec. 2T, 1862. 

Foster, Robert Hill, (Jim.), planter. Sylvan. 

1844, Foster's; s. Hardy Foster, Foster's, and Elizabeth Wyatt Hill; b. Dec. 
19, 1825; Lieut., Ferguson's Cav. Brigade, C. S. A.; m. Mary Mobley, Gainesville, 

Nov. 17, 1857. 

*Hardvvick, Thomas Coke, (Jun.), planter, Sherman, Tex. 

1843, Carthage, Tuscaloosa Co.; s. Garland Hardwick and Dorothy Kennedy; 
b. July 30, 1827; Recruiting Officer, rank of Captain, C. S. A.; Surveyor; m. Jeannette 
Cooper Wilson, near Havana, Feb. 16, 1854; d. April 7, 1878. 

*Herndon, Harry Toulmin, (Jun.), planter, Eutaw. 

1845, Eutaw; s. Thomas Hord Herndon, Mobile, and Emma Sarah Toulmin; 
b. Nov. 18, 1826; m. Sarah Johnston Inge, Greene Co., Jan., 1847; d. Aug. 14, 1855. 

*Minor, Philip Pendleton Barbour, (Jun.), physician, Forkland. 

1843, Tuscaloosa; b. Jan. 22, 1828; M. D., Med. Col., Philadelphia; Surgeon, C. 
S. A.; m. Eliza Williams Perry, Greene Co., i860; d. 1884. 

Neilson, Robert, (Soph.), physician, Tuscaloosa. 

1842, Tuscaloosa; s. John J. Neilson, Tuscaloosa, and Mariah Dent; b. Jan. 
17, 1827; M. D., Univ. of Ga. ; m. (i) Charlotte Warren, Tuscaloosa, Oct. 6, 1846, 
(2) Amy Parker, Tuscaloosa, Dec. 10, 1872. 

*Porter, John Richardson, (Fr.), physician and planter, Lexing- 
ton, Miss. 

1846, Tuscaloosa; s. Judge Benjamin F. Porter, Greenville, and Eliza Taylor 
Kidd; b. April 18, 1829; M. D., 1853, Nash. Med. Col.; Surgeon, Walthall's Brigade, 
C. S. A.; m. Lucy Meriwether Howard, Lexington, Miss., about 1856; killed in 
bsttle, Franklin, Tenn. 

Reynolds, Joseph Moore, (Jun.) 

1846, Greensboro; s. Joel Reynolds; b. July 27, 1827. 



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*Rosser, West Curtis Hersey, (Soph.), planter, Hull's. 

1846, Tuscaloosa; s. Benjamin Rosser, St., Tuscaloosa, and Elizabeth West 
Vinson; b. June 4, 1823; Miner and Planter in Cal., 1849-63; Teacher a while; m. 
Emma Janie Ogburn, Tuscaloosa Co., Dec. 31, 1863; d. Jan. 25, 1900. 



Smith, John Edward, (Soph.) 

1845, Tuscaloosa; s. Edward Smith; b. March 17, 1828. 

*Somerville, Albert, (Jun.), merchant, Rolle, Switzerland. 

1843, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. James Somerville, Tuscaloosa, and Helen Glassell 
Wallace; b. March 26, 1829; Collector of Customs, Galveston, Tex., 1858-60; Mayor 
of Galveston, 186S-72; Capt. in Bates' Tex. Reg., C. S. A.; Pres., Gulf and Santa Fe 
R.R., in Tex.; m. Annie Craddock; d. Nov. 22, 1898. 



Witherspoon, DeWitt Canning, (Fr.) 

1846, Carthage, Tuscaloosa Co.; b. March 9, 1822. 



1847. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

Banks, James Oliver, A. B., A. M., '50, merchant and planter, 
Columbus, Miss. 

1843, Tuscaloosa; s. Willis Banks and Mary Gray; b. Sept. 6, 1829; M. D., 
Jefferson Med. Col., 1850; Lieut.-Col. 43rd Reg. Miss. Vol., C. S. A.; m. (i) Martha 
Coleman, Eutaw, (2) Lou Young, Columbus, Miss. 

Bonner, James Isaac, A. B., A. M., '50, physician. Eureka, Tex. 

184s, Portland, Dallas Co.; s. John Bonner, Fairfield, Tex., and Eliza Ferraby 
Williams; b. Nov. 6, 1828; M. D., S. C. Med. Col., 1850; Surgeon, C. S. A., rank 
Major; m. Martha Bonner, Wilcox Co., Oct. i, 1851. 

Brown, Isaiah Chapman, A. B., A. M., '50, merchant, East Lake. 

184s, Sumterville, Sumter Co.; s. John Brown, Barbour Co., and Julana Ann 
Windham; b. Dec. 31, 1825; Asst. Quartermaster, 36th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; m. 
Mary Ann Bestor, Sumter Co., Feb. 20, 1850. 

Collins, Powhatan Ellis, A. B., preacher and teacher, Columbia, 
Tex. 

1845, Marion; s. Rev. Jacob G. Collins; b. Jan. 12, 1826. 

*Dupre, Louis Jarrel, A. B., A. M., '50, journalist, Memphis, 
Tenn. 

184s, Brooksville, Miss.; s. Daniel Dupre, Macon, Miss., and Francina Cox; 
b. April 25, 1828; Editor St. Louis Times, Memphis Appeal; Mem., Staff of Gen. 
Wm. B. Bate, C. S. A.; U. S. Commissioner to World's Fair, at Vienna; U. S. 
Consul to Salvador, 1885-89; m. (i) Amelia Jones, 1849, Tenn., (2) Miriam Morgan, 
New Orleans, 1866, (3) Marie Lamb, New York, 1893; d. at Raleigh Springs, Tenn., 
Aug. 27, 1894. 

*Fitts, John Henry, A. B., A. M., '50, physician, Shongalo, Miss. 

1843, Tuscaloosa; s. James Harris Fitts and Rebecca Emily Alston; b. Feb. 
20, 1827; M. D., Jefferson Med. Col., 1849; d. June 21, 1851. 



1847] Graduates with Titled Degrees 83 

*Fitzpatrick, Elmore Joseph, A. B., lawyer Montgomery. 

1843, Wetumpka; s. Gov. Benjamin Fitzpatrick and Sarah Terry Elmore; b. 
June 3, 1828; Capt. and ist Lieut., Semple's Battery, C. S. A.; Judge Advocate of 
Military Court, C. S. A.; Solicitor, 2nd Jud. Circuit, Ala., 1865-67; m. (i) Virginia 
Rosalie Armistead, Montgomery, Dec. 6, 1854, (2) Elizabeth Thornton Marks, Fred- 
erick, Md., Aug. 6, 1868; d. July 27, 1884. 

*Foster, John Arthur, A. B., A. M., '50, lawyer, Clayton. 

1844, Tuscaloosa Co.; s. John L. S. Foster and Susan Hollifield; b. Nov. ii, 
1828; Prin., Montevallo Acad., Columbus, Miss., Brownwood Inst., LaGrange, Ga. ; 
Pres., Southern F. Col., La Grange, Ga., 1853-57; Capt., 29th Reg., Ala. Vol., C. S. 
A.; Mem., Constitu. Convention. Ala., 1875; Trustee, U. of Ala., 1876-93; Chan- 
cellor, 1880-93; m. (1) Mary Jane Webb, Dec. zt, 1849, (2) Mary M. Borders, 
La Grange, Ga., May 11, 1858; d. Jan. 28, 1893. 

♦Foster, Joshua Wyatt, A. B., A. M., '49, planter, Pleasant 
Hill, La. 

1844, Foster's; s. Hardy Foster and Elizabeth Wyatt Hill; b. April 2, 1828; 
Lieut., La. Reg. of Cav., C. S. A.; m. Sallie Jordan, Pleasant Hill, La., 1853; d., 
Oct. 15, 1881. 

♦Fountain, James Alexander, A. B., teacher, Bryan, Tex. 

1846, Carlowville, Dallas Co.; s. William Edward Fountain, Darlington, S. C, 
and Sarah Jane Lide; b. May 16, 1828; Private, C. S. A.; Planter; m. Mary Eliza 
Lilly, Macon, Miss., Oct. 25, 1847; d. July 6, 1900. 

*Gray, Thomas Scott, A. B., A. M., lawyer and planter, Havana. 

1843, Havana; s. James Gray and Susan Scott Rogers; b. May 16, 1828; d. 
Dec. 16, 1852. 

*Henry, Charles Francis, A. B., physician. Mobile. 

1845, Mobile; b. Aug. 29, 1828; M. D., Univ. of Pa., 1849; Tutor, Mod. 
Languages, U. of Ala., 1851-52; Surgeon, Russian Army, Crimean War; d. at Warm 
Springs, Ga., Aug. 22, 1862. 

*Herndon, Thomas Hord, A. B., A. M., '50, lawyer, Mobile. 

1845, Eutavn; s. Thomas Hord Herndon and Emma Sarah Toulmin; b. July 
I, 1828; Law Student, Harvard, 1847-48; Rep., Gen. Assem., of Ala., 1857-58; Mem. 
Constitu. Convention, Ala., 1861; Maj., Lieut.-Col. and Col., 36th Reg., Ala. Inf., 
C. S. A.; Democratic Nominee for Gov. of Ala., 1872; Mem., Constitu. Convention 
of Ala., 1875; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1876-77; Mem., Congress, U. S., 1878-83; m. 
Miss Alexander, Greene Co.; d. March 28, 1883. 

*King, William Douglas, A. B., planter, Lower Peach Tree. 

1844, Marion; s. Gen. Edwin Davis King and Ann Alston Hunter; b. Nov. 
25, 1826; Lawyer; m. Rebecca Tait, Wilcox Co., 1848 or '49; d. 1866. 

♦Martin, Leonidas, A. B., A. M., lawyer, Tuscaloosa. 

1843, Tuscaloosa; s. Judge Peter Martin and Sally Bell Burnley; b. May 6, 
1827; Dist. Atty., Maryville, Calif.; U. S. Consul at Mazatlan, Mexico; d. Dec. 7, 1855. 

♦Oliver, Thomas Winfrey, A. B., A. M., '50, planter, Mitylene. 

1843, Montgomery; s. Dr. Samuel Clark Oliver and Mildred Spencer McGehee; 
b. Aug. 27, 1827; Maj., C. S. A.; Tax Collector, Montgomery Co.; m. Mary Eliza 
Brown, Montgomery Co., Dec. 23, 1854; d. Feb. 20, 1898. 



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Owen, Richard Brown, A. B., A. M., '49, secretary, Mobile. 

184s, Mobile; s. Franklin Lewis Owen and Elizabeth Maury; b. July 2, 1828; 
Private., C. S. A.; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1853-54; Clerk, U. S. Circuit and District 
Courts at Mobile, 1857-60; Mayor of Mobile, 1879-88; Secretary and Treas., Quaran- 
tine Board, Mobile, 1900 ; m. Anne Gayle, Mobile, June 27, 1850. 

*Washington, George, A. B., A. M., '50, lawyer, Starkville, Miss. 

1845, Warsaw, Sumter Co.; s. Dr. Robert W. Washington; b. Sept. 24, 1826; 
Planter; m. Miss Cromwell; d. 1877. 



1847. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 



*Fisher, David White, (Soph.) 

1846, Lowndesboro, Lowndes Co.; s. William P. Fisher; b. Dec. 16, 1829; 
Student, Univ. of N. C, 1848-50; d. 1850. 

^Forrester, Lewis, (Soph.), physician, , Ark. 

1846, Tuscaloosa; s. William Forrester and Martha Boles; b. Feb. 22, 1827; 
Surgeon, C. S. A.; m. Margaret Brown, July 6, 1852; d. in Ark. 

♦Harwell, Ishmael Sterling, (Fr.), lawyer, Demopolis. 

1847, Jackson; s. Mark W. Harwell; b. Nov. 27, 1829; Adj., 48th Ala. Reg., 
C. S. A.; Mayor, Demopolis, 12 years; m. Mary E. Vaughan, Demopolis, 1853; 
d. Aug., 1893. 

* Jeter, Richard Cone, (Soph.), Troy. 

1846, Oak Bowery, Chambers Co.; s. Samuel Jeter; b. Oct. 26, 1827. 

*Johnston, William Cunningham, (Soph.), planter, Pickens Co. 

1845, Tuscaloosa; s. David Johnston and Sarah Cookson Terry; b. Aug. 12, 
1827; ist Sgt, C. S. A.; m. Anna Martin, Pickens Co., 1859; killed at battle of 
Franklin, Tenn. 

*King, Hampden Sydney, (Fr.), editor, Enterprise, Miss. 

1847, Pickensville; s. Dr. Peyton King; b. Jan. 13, 1831; m. (i) Miss Gates, 
(2) ; d. in Meridian about 1896. 

*Meacham, Daniel Bernard, planter, Eutaw. 

1847, Eutaw; s. Dr. James Meacham; b. Dec. 9, 1830; d. about 1894. 

Pharr, George Mathews, (Soph.), planter, Canton Bend. 

1847, Canton; s. Ephraim Pharr and Mary Mathews; b. March 31, 1829; 
Student at Univ. of Canonsburg, Pa., 1844; Teacher at Canton Bend, i860; m. Martha 
Elizabeth Horsa Robins, Md., Dec. 20, 1849. 

*Ragsdale, George Wesley, (Fr.), Meridian, Miss. 

1847, Pickensville; s. William Ragsdale; b. Feb. 24, 1829; d. 18 — . 

*Robinson, Robert Tod, (Jun.), merchant and planter, . , . ., Tex. 

1845, Lowndesboro; s. William Robinson; b. March 15, 1826; d. about 1S70. 



1848] Graduates with Titled Degrees 85 



Scott, John Baytop, (Soph.) 

1846, DeKalb, Miss.; b. Sept. 13, 1828. 

Toland, John Francis Williamson, (Soph.), minister, Jonesboro, 
Tex. 

1847, Columbus, Miss.; s. Joseph Toland, Chappel Hill, Tex., and Mary 
Meegee; b. April 16, 1829; Minister, Ala. M. E. Conference, (South), 1858-65, Tex. 
Conference, 1865-70, N. W. Tex. Conference, 1870-74; Teacher for several years in 
Tex.; now a Local Preacher and Teacher; m. (i) Lucy O. Randle, Lowndes Co., 
Miss., May 27, 1852, (2) Carrie N. Bullock, Valley Mills, Tex., Feb. 14, 1870. 

1848. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

♦Archibald, Abner Alexander, A. B., A. M., '51, teacher, Pleas- 
ant Ridge. 

1846, Eutaw; s. James Hall Archibald and Mary Steele; b. Dec. lo, 1824; 
Prin., Eutaw High School, Pleasant Ridge Acad., 1853-61; m. Anna B. Hatfield, 
Eutaw, April lo, 1856; d. April 9, 1861. 

♦Baptist, Edward Glanville, A. B., minister, Lewis Store, Va. 

1845, Dayton; s. Rev. Edward Baptist; b. March 2T, 1828; Baptist Minister; 
m. (i) Maria E. Duerson, Spottsylvania, Va., Jan. 12, 1857; (2) Sarah A. Duerson, 
Spottsylvania, Va., Nov. 11, 1869; d. 189 — . 

♦Carpenter, John Nusom, A. B., A. M., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1845, Vienna, Pickens Co.; s. Churcherell Carpenter, Vienna, and Belvy Hop- 
kins; b. June 10, 1825; Reg. in Chancery, 1851; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1855; Lawyer 
at Carrollton, then Commission Merchant in Mobile; resumed Practice of Law, 1885; 
m. Amelia Rosalie Crenshaw, Eutaw; d. Dec. 24, 1892. 

♦Davidson, Alexander Caldwell, A. B., A. M., '51, planter. Union- 
town. 

1845, Uniontown; s. John Howard Davidson and Martha Caldwell; b. Dec. 26, 
1826; A. M., Davidson Col., 1850; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala.; State Senator; Mem., 
Lower House, U. S. Congress, two terms; m. Maria Overton Price, Uniontown, May 
23, i860; d. Nov. 6, 1897. 

♦Fleming, John Robert, A. B., A. M., '49, physician, Forkland. 

184s, Forkland; s. Robert Fleming and Matilda Brasfield; b. Feb. 19, 1830; 
M. D., 1852, Charleston Med. Col., S. C; d. 1852. 

♦Fleming, William Richmond, A. B., teacher, Forkland. 

1845, Forkland; s. Robert Fleming, Forkland, and Matilda Brasfield; b. Feb. 
13, 1825; Tutor of Math., U. of Ala., 1850; d. 1850. 

♦Foster, Robert Savidge, A. B., A. M., '51, physician, Foster's. 

1846, Foster's, Tuscaloosa Co.; s. Robert S. Foster, Foster's, and Ann Tomp- 
kins; b. Feb. 9, 1828; M. D., Jefferson Med. Col.; d. 1855. 

♦Glassell, Andrew, A. B., lawyer and capitalist, Los Angeles, Cal. 

1845, Livingston; s. Andrew Glassell, Los Angeles, Cal., and Susana Thornton; 
b. Dec. 30, 1827; m. (i) Lucy Toland, San Francisco, Cal., (2) Mrs. Virginia Micou 
Ring, New Orleans, La., 1885; d. Jan. 28, 1901. 



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*Meriwether, Robert Thomas, A. B., A. M., '51, physician, Tusca- 
loosa. 

1845, Tuscaloosa; s. William P. Meriwether and Turner; b. Nov. 24, 

1828; M. D., Univ. of Nashville, 1852; Surgeon, C. S. A.; m. Martha Browne, Tus- 
caloosa, Jan. 29, 1850; d. Mil. Ser., Richmond, Va., Aug. 15, 1862. 

*Penick, William Smith, A. B., A. M., '56, lawyer, Wetumpka. 

1846, Wetumpka; s. William C. Penick and Narcissa Byers; b. Oct. 7, 1828; 
LL. B., Lebanon, Tenn., 1856; Private, Co. C, ssrd Reg. Cav., Ala., C. S. A.; Circuit 
Clerk, Elmore Co., 1876-91; m. Sophronia J. Bell, Lebanon, Tenn., 1856; d. Aug. 4, 1894. 

*Perry, Thaddeus Haywood, A. B., planter, Hamburg, Ark. 

184s, Gainesville; s. Dr. Sydney Perry; b. Nov. 22, 182s; Lawyer at Carroll- 
ton, 1850; Planter in Ark., 1850-59; m. Lizzie T. Cook, Boligee, Jan. 17, 1850; d. 
Nov. II, 1859. 

*Price, George Washington Fergus, A. B., A. M., D. D., '78, 
Nashville, Tenn. 

1845, Tuskegee; s. James Nichols Price, Tuskegee, and Garmelia Eraser; b. 
Sept. 24, 1830; Prin., Eufaula Acad., 1850-52; Pastor, Meth. Church, Marianna, Fla.. 
1852; Prof., Auburn F. Col., 1854-55; Pres., Tuskegee F. Col., 1858-72; Supt., Nitre 
and Mining Bureau, C. S. A., 1863-64; Pres., Huntsville F. Col., 1872-80; Pres., 
Nashville Col. for Young Ladies, 1880-99; Educator; m. (i) Elizabeth Margaret 
Pooser, (2) Eliza Catherine Russell Pooser; d. April, 7. 1899. 

*Saffold, William, A. B., lawyer and planter, Seguin, Tex. 

184s, Newton Co., Miss.; s. Col. Byrd Saffold; b. March 28, 1828; General, 
C. S. A.; d. 1896. 

*Woodruff, Milford Fenn, A. B., A. M.,'si, Tuscaloosa. 

1847, Tuscaloosa; s. David Woodruff, Tuscaloosa, and Eliza Antoinette Bell, 
Norfolk, Va. ; b. Aug. 2, 1830; Tutor, Univ. of Ala., 1850-51; Prin., Choctaw Sem., 
1851-52, Tuscaloosa High School, 1852-57, Lowndesboro Acad., 1858, Okolona, Miss., 
Acad., 1859; d. at Savannah, Ga., Feb. 3, 1861. 

1848. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

Ashley, Nathaniel, (Fr.), merchant, Mobile. 

1847, Sparta, Conecuh Co.; s. Wilson Ashley and Mary Ann McCreary; b. 
July 30, 1830; Private, C. S. A.; Retired Merchant; m. Polly Adams Stallworth, 
Evergreen, March 14, 1851. 

* Augustus, Nicholas Gaines, (Jun.), planter, ' Macon, Miss. 

1847, Macon, Miss.; s. Hon. George Baldwin Augustus and Mahala Colbert; b. 
June 13, 1828; m. Mary Caroline Koger, Noxubee Co., Miss.; d. July 3, 1856. 

Blackmon, David Levy, (Soph.), physician, Corsicana, Tex. 

1847, Camden; s. Thomas Blackmon; b. Feb. 8, 1829; m. (i) Miss Mclver, (2) 
Emma Lindsey, Monroe Co. 

*Cleveland, James Smith, (Soph.), planter, Selma. 

1847, Selma; s. Carter Harrison Cleveland and Mary Smith; b. Oct. 27, 1829; 
m. Elizabeth Jane McCraw; d. in Mil. Ser., Petersburg, Va., March 11, 1865. 



1848] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 87 

*Cockrell, Nathan, (Soph.), druggist and planter, Sumter Co. 

1847, Livingston; s. Nathan Cockrell, Eutaw, and Nancy Williams; b. Jan. 
7 1827; Private, 36th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; m. Josephine Isabel Eddins, Dec. 6, 1S60; 
d. March 2, 1888. 

*Dean, Francis Reuben, (Fr.), merchant, Galveston, Tex. 

1847. Brooklyn, Conecuh Co.; s. Aylett Dean; b. Feb. 22, 1833; Commission 
Merchant; d. 188 — . 

*Herbert, Albert Benjamin, (Soph.), Montgomery. 

1847, Montgomery; s. Hardy Herbert; b. May 13, 1829; d. about 1853. 

*Herndon, Edward, (Soph.), merchant, Mobile. 

1847, Eutaw; s. Thomas Hord Herndon, Greene Co., and Emma Sarah Toul- 
min; b. Aug. 15, 1832; Private, C. S. A.; Commission Merchant; m. Virginia Bell, 
Eutaw, Jan. 7, 1856; killed at Battle of the Wilderness, May 5, 1864. 

Hinton, Rufus King, (Fr.), physician, Philadelphia, Pa. 

1847, Brookesville, Miss.; s. George Hinton and Elizabeth Susan King; b, 
Jan. 7, 1830; M. D., Jefferson Med. Col.. 1852; located in Philadelphia, 1870; Sur- 
geon, C. S. A.; m. Anna Barbara Hambright, Philadelphia, April 21, 1852. 

*Hogan, Alexander Perry, (Soph.), insurance, Tuscaloosa. 

1847, Tuscaloosa; s. James Hogan, Tuscaloosa, and Sarah Johnson Inge; b. 
Sept. 10, 1828; City Clerk and Tax Collector, Tuscaloosa; Merchant and Insurance; 
m. Caroline Elizabeth Snow, Tuscaloosa, Nov. 10, 1857; d. June 2, 1895. 

*Inge, Richard Freer, (Jun.), lawyer, Eutaw. 

1847, Eutaw; s. Dr. Richard Inge. Tuscaloosa, and Rebecca Eaton Brownlow; 
b. March 12, 1830; kep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1853; Presidential Elector, 1856; Capt., 
i8th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; m. Frances Amanda Brown, Greene Co., Dec. 6, 1855; 
killed at Battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 23, 1863. 

Johnston, Robert Emmet, (Soph.) 

1847, Eutaw; s. Capt. John C. Johnston, Choctaw Co.; b. Nov. 19, 1829. 

Jones, Addison Ward, (Soph.) 

1848, Gainesville; s. Dr. Benjamin A. Jones; b. Oct. 6, 1831; Student, Univ. 
of N. C, 1847. 

*Kennon, John Hendley, (Soph.) 

1847, Forkland; s. Dr. H. L. Kennon; b. May 16, 1828. 

Killough, James Thornton, (Sen.) i ^ ; ! ;i 

1846, Drane's Mill, Choctaw Co.; s. David Killough; b. Aug. 29, 1827. 

*Martin, William Warner, (Jun.), planter, Macon, Miss. 

1846, Tuscaloosa; s. Joshua L. Martin and Nooe; b. Feb. 21, 1829; 

d. 18—. 

*Mason, Valerius Cunningham, (Fr.) 

1847, Wetumpka; s. W. W. Mason; b. June 16, 1833; A. B., Univ. of Ga., 1853. 



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*Means, Hudson John, (Fr.), physician, Grenada, Miss. 

1847, Boligee; s. David John Means, Grenada, Miss., and Charlotte Johnston; 
b. Sept. 24, 1831; M. D., (College unknown); d. i8 — . 

*Pegues, Charles Augustus, (Jun.), physician, Abbeville, Miss. 

1846, Liberty Hill, Dallas Co.; s. Christopher Burton Pegues, Liberty Hill, 
and Eliza Hodges Evans; b. June 26, 1827; M. D., Charleston, S. C, 1853; Surgeon, 
C. S. A.; m. (i) Nannie Ragsdale, Aberdeen, Miss., 1855, (2) Mrs. Mary Logan, 
(nee Danforth), New Orleans, 1870; d. Dec. 25, 1895. 

*Pitts, Arthur Bevin Dandridge, (Soph.), planter, Uniontown. 

1847, Uniontown; s. Thomas Daniel Pitts, Uniontown, and Mary Grey; b. 
Sept. 8, 1828; d. July 26, 1856. 

*Reynolds, Peyton Wesley, (Jun.), merchant. New Orleans, La. 

1846, Greensboro; s. Joel Reynolds; b. Feb. 7, 1829; Quartermaster, C. S. A.; 
Commission Merchant; m. Margaret E. Newman, New Orleans, La., Feb. 10, 1858; 
d. at Bay St. Louis, Miss., April 17, 1874. 

*Shackelf ord, James Turner, ( Jun. ) 

1847, Livingston; s. Richard D. Shackelford; b. Oct. 17, 1827; d. 1850. 

*Snow, Henry Boylston, (Soph.), merchant, Tuscaloosa. 

1847, Tuscaloosa; s. Henry Adams Snow, Tuscaloosa, and Abby Hazard; b. 
Aug. 4, 1831; d. Jan. 6, i860. 

*Tutle, John Calvin, (Jun.), Vicksburg, Miss. 

1846, Columbus, Miss.; b. April 9, 1827; d. June 19, 1856. 

*Vaughan, George Washington, physician, Ca^iton, Miss. 

1847, Tuscaloosa; s. Edward B. Vaughan and Mariah Blackburn; b. Jan. 30, 
1831; M. D., Philadelphia, 1853; 1st Lieut., Lumdsden's Ala. Battery, 1861-62; Asst. 
Surgeon, Tarrant's Ala. Battery, 1863-64; m. (i) Alberta Sykes, Columbus, Miss., (2) 
Mrs. Carrie Andrews (,nee Thomas), Union Springs; d. 18 — . 

*Ward, Benjamin Noah, (Soph.), physician, Carthage, Miss. 

1847, Macon, Miss., s. Benjamin Needham Ward and Sallie Agnes Beamon; 
b. Feb. 2, 1829; M. D., S. C. Col.; Surgeon, Baldwin's Brigade, C. S. A.; m. Caro- 
line Harriett Dismukes, Carthage, Miss.; d. at Yazoo, Miss., March 31, 1895. 

Williams, Henry Lawrence, (Soph.), physician, Dunbar, Miss. 

1847, Pickensville; s. Curtis Williams and Patience Thomas; b. Nov. 4, 1829; 
M. D., Jefferson Med. Col.; Surgeon, C. S. A.; m. Virginia Pigeon Petty, Pickens Co. 

*Williams, Jesse Milton, (Jun.), merchant, Mansfield, La. 

1846, Pickensville; s. Lightfoot Williams, Mansfield, La., and Mary Thomas; 
b. Jan. II, 1831; Capt., 2nd La. Reg., 1862; Col., 1863, Brig.-Gen., 1864, C. S. A.; 
killed at Battle of Spottsylvania, Va., May 12, 1864. 

1849. Graduates v^rith Titled Degrees 

Augustus, William Baldwin, A. B., planter, Macon, Miss. 

1847, Macon, Miss.; s. Hon. George Baldwin Augustus and Mahala Colbert; 
b. April 22, 1830; Rep., Gen. Assem., Miss., 1860-61, 1878; Mem. R. R. Commission, 



1849] Graduates with Titled Degrees 89 

1882-84; Quartermaster, 41st Miss. Reg., C. S. A.; m. (i) Shadie A. Brooks, Noxu- 
bee Co., Nov., 1855, (2) Anna Clemens, Noxubee Co., 1868, (3) Kate Brantley, New 
Orleans, 1875. 

Bridges, Charles Edward, A. B., accountant, New Orleans, La. 

1847, Mobile; s. John Whipple Bridges, Mobile, and Eleanor Brook Jones; b. 
Dec. 7, 1828; Lawyer a while, now Accountant; Maj., C. S. A.; m. Mary Elizabeth 
McMillan, Spring Hill, Ala., May 2, 1852. 

*Burford, Charles Mitchell, A. B., A. M., '52, lawyer, Camden. 

1846, Camden; s. Lenard M. Burford, Camden, and Wurnan; b. 

Dec. 15, 1827; killed in Battle Resaca, Ga., 1864. 

*Cook, Walter, A. B., planter, Talladega. 

1845, Hayneville; s. Nathan Cook and Herbert; b. Oct. s, 1827; Rep., 

Gen. Assem., Ala., 1853; Capt., loth Reg., Ala. Inf., C. S. A.; killed in battle at 
Salem, Va., 1864. 

Fitts, James Harris, A. B., A. M., '52, banker, Tuscaloosa. 

1846, Tuscaloosa; s. James Harris Fitts and Rebecca Alston; b. Oct. 12, 1830; 
City Att'y> Tuscaloosa, 1855; Att'y. State Bank, 1857-59; C. S. Depositary, 1863-64; 
Treas., Tuscaloosa, 1868-72; Trustee, U. of Ala., 1865-68; Fiscal Agent, U. of Ala., 

1866-69; Treas., U. of Ala., 1872- ; Trustee, Bishop's Fund, Diocese of Ala., 

1896-99; established Bank of J. H. Fitts & Co., 1865; organized Cotton Mills, Tus- 
caloosa, 1879; m. Mary Elizabeth Burges, Bayou Huff Power, La., May 2, 1855. 

*Fitzpatrick, Phillips, A. B., A. M., physician, Wetumpka. 

1847, Wetumpka; s. Benjamin Fitzpatrick, Wetumpka, and Sarah Terry El- 
more; b. March 15, 1830; M. D., 1854, Univ. of La.; Asst. Physician, C. S. A., 
1863-65; m. (i) Mary Bethea, Montgomery, 1858, (2) Jennie L. Kelly, Coosa Co., 
1875; d. April 29, 1901. 

Henley, Felix Grundy, A. B., A. M., '56, merchant, Aberdeen, 

Miss. 

1846, Pickensville, Pickens Co.; s. Darby Henley, Pickensville, and Margaret 
Cole Terrell;, b. July 12, 1828; Commissary C. S. A.; m. (i) Minnie Bradshaw, 
Pickensville, Aug. 12, 1850, (2) Mary B. Hogan, Aberdeen, Miss., Dec. 14, 1859. 

*Hester, Manly Lee, A. B., A. M., '52, physician, Jasper, Tex. 

1847, Quincy, Gadsden Co., Fla.; s. Matthew Hester and Jane Gilchrist; b. 
March i6, 1828; M. D., Univ. of La., 1852; d. Dec. 24, 1854. 

*Hunley, Peter Forney, A. B., planter, Talladega. 

1846, Hayneville; s. Ransom Gayle Hunley, Hayneville, and Caroline Matilda 
Forney; b. Dec. 30, 1829; entered C. S. A., as Capt. Co. 1, 18th Ala. Reg., Inf., pro- 
moted to Maj., Lieut. -Col. and Col.; m. Margaret Elizabeth Johnston, Lincoln Co., 
N. C, Nov. 8, 1857; d. Dec. 8, 1882. 

♦Jenkins, Andrew Jackson, A. B., A. M., '54, minister. Fort 
Deposit. 

1847, Camden; s. Rev. John Jenkins, Allenton, and Fannie Dunnam; b. Oct. 
23, 1822; Teacher at Suggesville and Camden; Pastor of Meth. Church, South, at 
Greenville and Robinson Springs; Author of "Jenkins' English Grammar;" nj. 
Georgia Watson, 1859, Lowndes Co.; d. Jan. 7, 1864. 



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*Jones, Edward Lyttleton, A. B., planter, Matagorda, Tex. 

1846, Marion; s. Robert T. Jones; b. Nov. 7, 1827; ist Lieut., under Gen. 
Lopez, Cuban Expedition; d. Aug. 16, 1857. 

*Martin, Alburto, A. B., A. M., 'c^y, lawyer, Birmingham. 

1846, Jefferson Co.; s. Col. John Martin, Elyton, and Sarah Kilpatrick; b. 
July 9, 1830; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1859-63; Capt., loth Ala. Reg., C. S. A.j 
Solicitor, 3rd Jud. Circuit, Ala., 1864-68; Mem., Constitu. Convention, Ala., 1875; 
m. Harriet Louisa Mudd, Elyton; d. Nov., 1880. 

*Martin, Lucian Van Buren, A. B., A. M., '52, lawyer, Tusca- 
loosa. 

184s, Tuscaloosa; s. Judge Peter Martin and bailie Bell Burnley; b. March 31, 
1829; Solicitor, 3rd Jud. Dist., Ala.; U. S. Dist. Att'y, Sou. Dis. of Ala.; m. Susan 
Fitts, Tuscaloosa, 1850; d. March 22, 1873. 

Meek, Samuel Mills, A. B., A. M., '52, lawyer, Columbus, Miss. 

1846, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. Samuel Mills Meek and Ann Arabella McDowell; b. 
Nov. II, 1830; Dist. Att'y, 6th Jud. Dist, Miss., 1859-63; Capt., Co. H, 35th Reg., 
Miss., C. S. A., Lieut.-Col., ist Reg., Miss.; Presidential Elector, Miss., 1872; State 
Senator, 1900-04; m. Mary Louisa Cannon, Aug. 19, 1856. 

Moore, John, A. B., A. M., '52, lawyer, Marion. 

1847, Marion; s. Wooten Moore and Elizabeth Tooley; b. Oct. 5, 1827; 2nd 
Lieut., 40th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1865-66; Judge, ist Jud. 
Circuit, Ala., 1866-68, 4th Jud. Circuit, 1880 — ; m. Emile Adelia Billingslea, Marion, 
Feb. 18, 1851. 

*Owen, John Michaux, A. B., A. M., '52, lawyer, Macon, Miss. 

1846, Mobile; s. Frank Lewis Owen and Elizabeth Maury; b. Oct. 4, 1830; 
Editor Southern Star, Macon, Miss., 1855; d. Oct. i, 1855, at Mobile. 

Slade, Thomas Blount, A. B., A. M., '52, retired, East Lake. 

1846, Tuscaloosa; s. M. D. J. Slade; b. Nov. 2, 1829; Teacher, Editor, Planter; 
m. Miss Wallace, Tuscaloosa. 

*Tomlinson, Augustus, A. B., A. M., '52, lawyer, Camden. 

1846, Conecuh Co.; s. James Tomlinson; b. May 24, 1826, Capt., 3rd Reg., 
Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; d. in Mil. Ser. at Corinth, Miss., 1862. 

1849. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

*Brumby, Alexander Brevard, (Jun.), teacher, Athens, Ga. 

1846, Tuscaloosa; s. Richard Trapier Brumby and Isabella Mary M. Brevard; 
b. Dec. 27, 1831; A. B., S. C. Col., 1851; d. at Athens, Ga., 1879. 

*Cobbs, John Lewis, (Soph.), merchant, Montgomery. 

1847, Tuscaloosa; s. Bishop Nicholas Hamner Cobbs and Lucy H. L. Cobbs; 
b. Dec. 7, 1833; Capt., C. S. A.; Treas., Ala., two terms; m. Dollie E. Pegues, Dallas 
Co., Oct. 13, 1858; d. Nov. zy, 1897. 

*Cockrell, Macklen Nusom, (Soph.), merchant, Arringtons. 

1847, Eutaw; s. Nathan Cockrell, Eutaw, and Nancy Williams; b. Jan. 29, 
1830; Private, C. S. A.; engaged in Planting; m. Permela Coleman; d. Oct. 8, 1887. 



1849] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 91 

*Fitzpatrick, Morris Martin, (Soph.), New Orleans, La. 

1848, Wetumpka; s. Benjamin Fitzpatrick and Sarah Terry Elmore; b. Nov. 20, 
1831; d. Sept., 1853. 



Greene, Daniel Ezekiel, (Fr.) 

1848, Livingston; s. William Stacy Greene; b. Nov. 13, 1831. 

*Herndon, Robert Edward, (Jun.), merchant. Hall's Bluff, Tex. 

1846, Gainesville; s. Maj. Edward Herndon, Livingston, and Malvina Ann 
Cammack; b. Jan. 25, 1829; d. Nov., 1859. 

*Hewell, John Alfred Ragland, (Fr.), physician, Brewersville. 

1848, Tuscaloosa; s. Dabney Camp Hewell, Tuscaloosa, and Ann Boiling 
Vaughan; b. Jan. i, 1832; Asst. Surgeon, C. S. A.; killed in battle, Farmington, 
Tenn., Oct. 7, 1863. 

*Hogan, Richard Inge, (Jun.), planter, Dubuque, Iowa. 

1847, Tuscaloosa; s. James Hogan, Tuscaloosa, and Sarah Johnson Inge; b. 
April 10, 1830; Teacher in Tuscaloosa, afterwards Planter in Iowa; d. Jan. 2, 1864. 

Houston, James Harvey, (Jun.), real estate, Opelousas, La. 

1847, Livingston; s. R. F. Houston and Ann Gillespie; b. Nov. 18, 1828; 
Private, C. S. A.; m. Mary Amanda Smith, Oct. 2, 1851. 

Houston, John Clinton, (Fr.), clerk, Meridian, Miss. 

1848, Livingston; s. Robert Finley Houston, Meridian, Miss., and Ann Gilles- 
pie; b. July II, 1 831; I St Lieut., C. S. A.; m. (i) Genie Arrington, Livingston; (2) 
Sallie M. Arrington, Livingston. 

Jones, Albert Colgin, (Fr.) 

1848, Matagorda, Tex., s. John H. Jones, Mobile, and Mrs. Caroline Irby (nee 
Colgin), of Tuscaloosa; b. May 10, 1831. 

*Jones, James Sanford, (Jun.), Marlin, Tex. 

1847, Evergreen; s. Churchill Jones; b. April 22, 1828; d. 1881. 



Kennard, Smith Ogilvie, (Fr.) 

1848, Livingston; s. James P. Kennard; b. Sept. 23, 1828. 

Lake, Thomas Harden, (Fr.), merchant, Mobile. 

1848, Livingston; s. Joseph Lake, Livingston, and Margaret Caroline Scales; 
b. Feb. 22, 1834; Capt., C. S. A.; m. (1) Sarah Lane Houston, Livingston, March 29, 
1854, (2) Sarah Elizabeth Hopkins, Stockton, Calif., June 24, 1872. 

*Lee, John Holmes, (Sen.), planter, Marion. 

1847, Marion; s. David Lee and Haran Holmes; b. Aug. 25, 1828; Trustee, 
Howard Col. more than 20 years; Trustee Judson Inst., 1871-88; m. Winifred Ann 
Lane, Marengo Co., Nov. is, 1854; d. June 17, 1888. 



Mabee, Edmund, (Fr.) 

1848, Livingston; b. Feb. 14, 1825. 



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*Marshall, Francis Pincham, (Fr.), planter, Turnbull. 

1848, Turnbull, Monroe Co.; s. John Marshall, Turnbull, and Eliza Dennis 
Pincham; b. Nov. 12, 1830; Orderly Sgt., C. S. A.; m. Rachael English, Monroe Co., 
1854; d. Feb., 1862, at Ft. Donalson, Tenn. 

*McGee, John, (Soph.), Alpine. 

1847, Sumter Co.; s. Micajah McGee; b. July 18, 1831; M. D., Univ. of La., 
1853; Lieut.-Col., 37th Miss Inf., C. S. A.; Editor Courier, Enterprise, Miss.; Author, 
"Articles on the War;" d. 189 — . 

Mitchell, Thomas Jefferson, (Jun.), physician, Jackson, Miss, 

1847, Eutaw; s. CuUen Mitchell, Huntsville, and Mary T. Sykes; b. July 4, 
1830; M. D., Univ. of Pa.; began Practice at Jackson, 1862, spent one year in West 
Indies, and studied one year in Paris; City Physician, Jackson, 1853; Surgeon, 39th 
Miss. Reg., C. S. A.; Physician State Prison, 1870-75; Supt., Miss. State Insane 
Hosp., 1878 ; m. Annie McWillie, Jackson, May 27, 1858. 

*Moody, Francis Henry, (F'r.), lawyer, Little Rock, Ark. 

1848, Mt. Pleasant, Maury Co., Tenn.; s. Francis T. Moody, Helena, Ark., 
and Mary Wortham; b. June 20, 1829; Treas. of Ark., 1861; Rep., Gen. Assem., 
Ark, 1856-57; m. Arkie T. Hill, Little Rock, Ark., 1857; d. Oct., 1873. 

*Prince, Oliver Thomas, (Jun.), planter, Tuscaloosa. 

1847, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. Sydney Smith Prince, LaGrange, Ga., and Arabella 
Toole Lawrence; b. Sept. 7, 1828; m. Anne Stuart Clements, Tuscaloosa, 1853; d. 
in Hale Co., Nov. 19, 1863. 

*Robinson, Anselm Paris, (Soph.), Wetumpka. 

1848, Wetumpka; b. March 7, 1829; Private, 3rd Ala., C. S. A.; killed in 
battle near Richmond, Va., 186 — . 

*Stallworth, Robert Payne, (Fr.), Lott, Tex. 

1848, Evergreen; s. Nicholas Stallworth and Martha Travis; b. April 3, 1833; 
m. Pollie A. Mosely, Evergreen; d. in Falls Co., Tex., Oct., 1882. 

* Wallace, Edward Gantt, (Fr.), , Miss. 

1848, Tuscaloosa; s. Hon. James B. Wallace and Caroline Craddock; b. Jan. 
8, 1832; d. 18 — . 

*Webb, Samuel Jesse, (Soph.), Greensboro. 

1848, Greensboro: s. D. Thomas Webb and Martha Dickens; b. June 28, 1830; 
m Lucy Cocke, Greene Co.; d. Jan. 5, 1856. 

Whitehead, Isaac Washington, (Fr.), Canton, Miss. 

1849, Canton, Miss.; s. Isaac H. Whitehead; b. Sept. 6, 1829; Student, Univ. 
of Miss. 

*Williams, Joseph Millard, (Soph.), physician, Montgomery. 

1848, Vernon, Autauga Co.; b. Aug. 7, 1832; Surgeon, C. S. A.; M. D., Univ. 
of Penn, 1855; m. Mary Louise Marks, Montgomery, July i, 1857; d. Oct. 15, 1882, 
in Elmore Co. 



1850] Graduates with Titled Degrees 93 

1850. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

*Bugbee, Thomas Francis, A. B., A. M., '53, lawyer, Mont- 
gomery. 

1848, Montgomery; s. Francis Bugbee, Montgomery, and Lavinia Hudson Tar- 
rant; b. March 12, 1831; d. Oct., 1859. 

♦Cleveland, Carter Harrison, A. B., A. M., '53, planter, Selma. 

1847, Selma; s. Carter Harrison Cleveland and Mary Smith; b. Dec. 7, 1827; 
Practiced Law a few years; m. Eliza Gray Jones, Dallas Co., June 15, 1870; d. 
March 10, 1896. 

♦Cleveland, Morgan Smith, A. B., lawyer and planter, Summer- 
field. 

1847, Selma; s. Carter Harrison Cleveland and Mary Smith; b. March 22, 
1832; Adj., 8th Ala. Reg., Vol., C. S. A.; m. Caroline Pinson, Summerfield; d. 
Oct. 20, 1869. 

*Deason, Ira Griffin, A. B., teacher, Jonesboro. 

1847, Northport; s. Absalom Deason; b. Oct. 2, 1824; d. 1852. 

*de Yampert, John Lucius, A. B., planter. Poplar Bluff, Ark. 

1847, Marion; s. Lucius Quintus Cincinnatus de Yampert, Perry Co., and 
Anna Overton Wingfield; b. Jan. 7, 1830; Trustee, Vanderbilt Univ.; m. Anna 
Judson King, Marion, 1850; d. April i, 1888. 

♦Foster, William Lovelace, A. B., A. M., '54, minister, Ladonia, 
Tex. 

1847, Tuscaloosa; s. Robert Savidge Foster and Ann Tompkins; b. Jan. 29, 

1830; Prof. Math., Baylor Univ., Tex.; Chaplain, C. S. A.; Pastor, Baptist Churches 

at Palo Alto, Miss., Starkville, Miss., and Ladonia, Tex.; m. Mildred Maxwell, 
Clinton, Ala., June 15, 1855; d. Aug. 9, 1869. 

♦Gould, Ebenezer Porter, A. B., A. M., '53, lawyer, Cameron, 
Tex. 

1S47, Tuscaloosa; s. Daniel Gould, Statesville, N. C. ; and Zilpha M. Simonton; 
b. Jan. 14, 1832; Capt., 4th Reg., Tex. Vol., C. S. A.; d. in Mil. Ser. at Richmond, 
Va., 1863. 

♦Hawthorne, John Jefferson, A. B., lawyer and planter. Pine 
Apple. 

1847, Belleville, Conecuh Co.; s. Joseph Richard Hawthorne, Sr., Pine Apple, 
Wilcox Co., and Sarah C. King; b. Sept. 5, 1830; d. May 20, 1856. 

♦King, William Thomas, A. B., planter. Kings Landing. 

1843-44, 1847, Tuscaloosa; s. Gen. Thomas D. King; b. March 26, 1829; Capt., 
44th Reg., Ala. Vol., C. S. A.; killed second battle of Manassas, Aug. 30, 1862. 

Marshall, John Alfred, A. B., A. M., '55, teacher, Appleby, Tex. 

1847, Turnbull, Monroe Co.; s. John Marshall, Turnbull, and Eliza Dennis 
Pincham; b. Sept. s, 1827; Lieut., 2nd Ala. Reg., Cav., C. S. A.; m. Louisa Phillips, 
Monroe Co., Sept. 30, 1856. 



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*Meriwether, John Samuel, A. B., A. M., '53, physician, Eutaw. 

1S47, Eutaw; s. Dr. Willis Meriwether and Judith Pollard Childs; b. Jan. 28, 
1830; M. D., Charleston Med. Col., 1853; Surgeon, rank of Maj., C. S. A.; m. 
Alice Coleman, Eutaw, Nov. 8, i860; d. May 26, 1879. 

*Orniond, John James, A. B., A. M., '53, physician, Faunsdale. 

1847, Tuscaloosa; s. Hon. John J. Orraond and Banks; b. Jan. 27, 

1831; M. D., (College unknown); Reg. in Chancery, Greene Co.; d. Jan. 2, 1896. 

*Patton, Walter Steele, A. B., A. M., '54, physician, Knoxville. 

1847, Knoxville, Greene Co.; s. Dr. William Patton and Elizabeth Steele; b. 
Sept. 6, 1827; M. D., Univ. of La.; d. 1859. 

*Prince, Josiah Edmund, A. B., A. M., '54, physician, Corpus 
Cristi, Tex. 

1847, Tuscaloosa; s. Edmund Prince and Elizabeth T. Lawrence; b. April 12, 
1832; M. D., Jefferson Med. Col., 1852; Surgeon, C. S. A.; m. (i) Sarah Elizabeth 
Bohannon, Dec. 14, 1852, (2) Margaret Mathews; d. June, 1896. 

Williamson, James Francis, A. B., planter, Coatopa. 

1847, Brewersville, Sumter Co.; s. Alex. Williamson, Brewersville, and Mil- 
dred Jones; b. June 3, 1824; Private, C. S. A.; Prof. Math., College, Marshall, Tex., 
1852-53; County Surveyor; m. Mary Elizabeth Patterson, May 22, 1864, Sumter Co. 

1850, Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

^Abrahams, Edward Ward, (Soph.), lawyer, McKinley. 

1849, Livingston; s. James A. Abrahams; b. Oct. i, 1832; A. B., Univ. of 
Ga., 1852; Probate Judge, Sumter Co.; m. Susan Ayres, McKinley, May, 1854; 
d. Oct., 1862. 

^Abrahams, William Thomas, (Soph.), physician, Mobile. 

1849, Livingston; s. James A. Abrahams; b. May 21, 1834; M. D., Univ. of 
New York; Surgeon, C. S. A.; Physician, afterwards Merchant Broker at Mobile; 
m. Annie King Crocheron, McKinley, Nov., 1863; d. at Estill Springs, Tenn., 
Sept., 1898. 

Battle, Cullen Andrews, (Soph.), lawyer and journalist, New- 
berne, N. C. 

1849, Eufaula; s Dr. Cullen Battle, Eufaula, and Jane A. Lamon; b. June 1, 
1829; County Solicitor, Presidential Elector, Delegate to Charleston Convention, 
i860; Capt., Tuskegee Light Inf.; Lieut.-Col., 2nd Ala., Maj. and Col. of 3rd Ala., 
Brig.-Gen., Rode's Brigade, Maj. -Gen., C. S. A.; m. Georgia F. Williams, LaGrangc, 
Ga., 1851. 

Gould, John McKee, (Sen.), planter, Boligee. 

1847, Boligee; s. William Proctor Gould and Eliza Williams Chotard; b. April 
3, 1831; ist Lieut, and Capt., 20th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; Civil Engineer, 1851-54, 
1871-72; Chief Dep. U. S. Marshal, Northern Dist., Ala., 1893-97; m- Delia Francis 
Thornton, Greene Co., April 6, 1854. 

*Kilpatrick, Joseph Dickey, (Soph.), Evergreen. 

1850, Grove Hill, Clarke Co.; s. Rufus H. Kilpatrick; b. Oct. 14, 1829; LL. B., 
Univ. of Va., 1852; d. Feb. 12, 1857. 



1851] Graduates with Titled Degrees 95 

♦Lawrence, William Haywood, (Soph.), merchant, Tuscaloosa. 

1848, Tuscaloosa; s. Judge William Haywood Lawrence and Mary Prince; b. 
July 30, 1830; Corporal, Warrior Guards, C. S. A., 1861; Capt. of Inf., 1862, Capt. 
of Cav., 8th Ala. Reg., 1863-64; m. Elvira Caldwell, June 9, 1859; killed in battle 
near Rome, Ga., Oct. 12, 1864. 



McCulloiigh, John James, (Sen.) 

1846, Mobile; s. David McCullough; b. Aug. 2, 1830. 

*McWhorter, George Gray, (Soph.), lawyer, Milton, Fla. 

1849, Wetumpka; s. Dr. Alvin A. McWhorter, Wetumpka, and Sarah Smith, 
of Va. ; b. Feb. z-j, 1833; Speaker of the House, Fla. Leg., 1879; Presidential 
Elector; Chief Justice, Supreme Court of Fla., 1885-91; m. Mary Louise Roach, 
Wetumpka, Sept. 3, 1856; d. May 21, 1891. 

*Morgan, Elam Witherspoon, (Jun.), lawyer, Eutaw. 

1848, Eutaw; s. Rev. Nicholas Ross Morgan, Eutaw, and Mary Wilson 
Alexander; b. March 27, 1829; Lieut., C. S. A.; served as Judge Advocate, Mobile 
Dist., five months; killed in battle. Peach Tree Creek, near Atlanta, Ga., July 20, 1863. 

*Redwood, George Richard, (Soph.), book-keeper, Jackson, La. 

1849, Mobile; s. Richard Holman Redwood, Mobile, and Sabrina C. Davis; b. 
Sept. 16, 1833; Private, C. S. A.; m. Mary Louise Cullom, Cullom's Springs, Oct. 19, 
1855; d. Nov. 30, 1855. 

♦Shorter, Henry Russell, (Fr.), lawyer, Eufaula. 

1849, Eufaula; s. Reuben Clarke Shorter, Eufaula, and Mary Butler Gill; b. 
Feb. 20, 1833; A. B., 1853, Univ. of N. C; Maj., C. S. A.; Pres. Ala. R.R. Com- 
mission, 1887-99; m. Adriana Catherine Keith, Eufaula, May 9, 1854; d- Nov. 2T, 1899. 

Tait, James Goode, (Fr.), planter, Nellie, Wilcox Co. 

1849, Black's Bluff, Wilcox Co.; s. James A. Tait; b. July 4, 1833; A. B., 
Harvard, 1853; m. (i) Adele Augustus Barnes, Suggsville, Nov. 17, 1856, (2) Mary 
Amelia Barnes, Mobile, Nov. 13, 1883. 

♦Williams, Frederick William, (Soph.) physician, Laplace. 

1849, Tuskegee; s. William Williams, Tuskegee, and Bessie Caston, Cheraw, 
Lancaster Dist., S. C. ; b. Nov. 17, 1830; M. D., Penn. Med. Col., 1854; Surgeon, 
C. S. A., 45th Ala.; m. Mary Henry Greenwood, Laplace, Macon Co., Feb. 25, 1856; 
d. Jan. 8, 1890. 

♦Williams, James John Head, (Jun.) 

1847, Macon, Miss.; s. William C. Williams; b. May 29, 1829. 

♦Williams, William Coleman, (Sen.) 

1847, Macon, Miss.; b. Aug. 29, 1827. 

1851. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

♦Beemon, George Gray, A. B., merchant. Harpersville, Miss. 

1848, Noxubee Co.; s. Whitmill Beemon, b. Oct. 27, 1829; Rep., Gen. Assem., 
Miss., i860; Prin., Plattsburg, Miss., High School, 1866-68; Merchant, 1868-71, then 
Planter, 1871-83; m. S. Jennie McCoy, Louisville, Miss., i860; d. May 15, 1883. 



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*Carter, William Pledge, A. B., planter, Furman. 

1848, Pine Flat, Butler Co.; s. John Carter and Frances Warren; b. Feb. 
10, 1829; Prin., Snow Hill Acad., 1852, '58, '67; Att'y at Law, 1853-55; ni. Sarah 
Clementine Hobdy, Snow Hill, Feb. 11, 1863; d. Jan. 2, 1901. 

*Goldsby, Guy Smith, A. B., Summerfield. 

1848, Summerfield; s. T. B. Goldsby; b. Oct. 18, 1830; d. 1852. 

Haralson, Jonathan, A. B., A. M., '54, jurist, Montgomery. 

1848, Benton; s. William Browning Haralson and Temperance Martin Dunk- 
lin; b. Oct. i8, 1830; LL. B., Univ. of La., LL. D., 1892, Mercer; Judge, City Court, 
Selma, 1876-92; Judge, Supreme Court of Ala., 1892-1904; Pres., Sou. Bap. Con- 
vention, 10 years; m. (i) Mattie Ellen Thompson, Muscogee Co., Ga., April 9, 1859^ 
(2) Lida J. McFaddin, Greensboro, May 20, 1869. 

*Lewis, Thomas Hall, A. B., lawyer, Cahaba. 

1850, Jacksonville; s. Judge James L. Lewis; b. Sept. 15, 1832; Maj. of Cav., 
C. S. A.; killed in Battle of Lafayette, Ga., June 24, 1864. 

*McWhorter, Eliphalet Ariel, A. ,B., A. M., '54, lawyer, St. 
Mary's, Ga. 

1848, Montgomery; s. Alex. Burnett McWhorter, Montgomery, and Ellen Young- 
blood, of S. C; b. July 22, 1830; Prin., Male Acad., ivlontgomery, 1851-60; Maj., 6th 
Reg., Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; Judge of the Court of Ordinary, Camden Co., Ga. ; Clerk, 
Superior Court, Camden Co.; Collector of Customs, 1886-98; m. Anna G. Shepard, 
Athens, Pa., July 27, 1853; d. Jan. 16, 1898. 

Stickney, Edward Leonidas, A. B., A. M., '54, planter, Greens- 
boro. 

1849, Greensboro; s. Joseph Blodgett Stickney and Harriet Grist; b. Nov. 26, 
1828; Prin. of High School "Lindesfarno," Marion, 1856-78; m. Lelia Harriet 
Robertson, Selma, May 1, 1867. 

*Wier, Joseph Patterson, A. B., A. M., '54, lawyer, Hillsboro, 
Tex. 

1847, Brooklyn, Noxubee Co., Miss.; s. Dr. Robert N. Wier; b. April 20, 1831; 
Col., Tex. Reg., C. S. A.; m. Emily Catling, Hillsboro, Tex., Nov. 12, 1858; killed at 
Yellow Bayou, La., May 18, 1864. 

Wyman, William Stokes, A. B., A. M., '53, LL. D., '82, educator. 
University. 

1848, Montgomery; s. Justus Wyman, Montgomery, and Mary A. Stokes; b. 
Nov. 23, 1830; Student in Harvard, 1847-48; Tutor, Latin and Greek, U. of Ala., 
1852-55; Prof., Latin, 1856-60, Latin and Greek, 1860-65; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 

1870-72; Prof., Latin, Univ. of Ala., 1872 ; Acting Pres., Univ. of Ala., 1879-80, 

1885-86, 1889-90; Contributor to Magazines and Periodicals; Pres., U. of Ala., 1901 — ; 
m. Melissa A. Dearing, Tuscaloosa, Dec. 29, 1853. 

1 85 1. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

*Acklen, Theodore, (Soph.), lawyer, Huntsville. 

1850, Huntsville; s. William Acklen and Louise King; b. Sept. 19, 1833; m. 
Harriette Martin Gooch, Valhermoso Springs, July 21, 1856; d. Nov. 18, 1870. 



1851I Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 97 

*Cochran, William Alexander, (Soph.), physician, Cambridge. 

1850, Cambi-idge, Dallas Co.; s. Claudius M. Cochran and Eleanor Bainbridge 
Pouncy; b. April i, 1832; Surgeon, C. S. A.; m. Rebecca Seltzer; d. Feb. or March, 
1873. 

*Curry, James Andrew, (Soph.), merchant, Anniston. 

1850, Kelly's Springs, Talladega Co.; s. Col. William Curry and Mary Murray; 
b. May 2, 1834; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala.; Planter; d. 189 — . 

*Curry, Thomas Walton, (Soph.), planter, Talladega. 

1850, Kelly's Spring, Talladega Co.; s. Col. William Curry and Mary Murray; 
b. Dec. 7, 1832; Capt., 51st Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; m. Josephine Turner, Talladega; 
d. 18—. 

*Gates, William Theodore, (Jun.), lawyer, Nicaragua, C. A. 

1849, Houston, Chickasaw Co., Miss.; s. Thomas Gates, Houston, Miss., and 
Mary Reid; b. Dec. 28, 1829; d. many years ago. 

Gilmer, George Rockingham, (Fr.) 

1850, Columbus, Miss.; s. Col. John Gilmer; b. Jan. i, 1834. 

Gunter, George Thomas, (Soph.) 

1849, Montgomery; s. Charles G. Gunter; b. Nov. 24, 1832. 

Hall, James Jones, (Fr.), physician, Orrville. 

1850, Prattville; b. Sept. 4, 1833; Private, Co. A, s6th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; m. 
Lucile Chambers, Rehoboth, 1885. 

*King, Nathaniel Ragan, (Jun.), merchant, Montevallo. 

1848, Montevallo; s. Edmund King and Nancy Ragan; b. June 18, 1829; Rep., 
Gen. Assem., Ala., 1855-56; m. Salome Elizabeth Sibley, Baldwin Co., March 4, 1857; 
d. Nov. 19, 1863. 

*Marr, William Miller, (Fr.), , Tenn. 

:8so, Tuscaloosa; b. April 27, 1832; d. 189 — . 

*Moore, William Douglass, (Soph.), Hamburg, Ark. 

1850, Jefferson Co.; b. Nov. 12, 1827; d. 189 — . 

Packer, Alexander Hamilton, (Fr.) 

1850, Bell's Landing, Wilcox Co.; s. David Packer; b. Jan. 31, 1832. 

*Pate, Franklin Swennie, (Fr.), lawyer, , Tenn. 

1848-49, 1850-51, Jones' Bluff, Sumter Co.; s. Samuel R. Pate, Sumter Co.; 
b. Jan. 23, 1833; Lawyer at Starkeville, Miss., 1867-70; Dist. Att'y, (appointed by 
Gov. Alcorn); d. 188—. 

*Pharr, Ephraim Alexander, (Jun.), planter. Canton. 

1849, Canton, Wilcox Co.; s. Ephraim Pharr and Mary Mathews; b. Aug. 4, 
1831; Student, Univ. of Canonsburg, Pa., 1844, Univ. of Va., 1851-53; Private, 
3rd Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; d. about 1867. 

*Player, George Cross, (Soph.), planter, Bartow, Fla. 

1849, Hayneville; Private, loth Ala. Inf., C. S. A.; d. 189 — . 

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*Roberts, John Posey Booth, (Soph.) 

1849, Eufaula; s. John W. Roberts; b. Dec. 25, 1834; d. 186 — 

Sharp, Jacob Hunter, (Soph.), Columbus, Miss. 

1850, Pickensville; s. Col. E. H. Sharp; b. Feb. 6, 1833; Private, Capt. and 
Col., 44th Miss. Reg., promoted to Brig.-Gen., July 22, 1864, Atlanta, C. S. A. 



Smith, Joseph Bryson, (Soph.) , ;, 

1850, Camden; s. Solomon Smith; b. April 24, 1831. 

*Spencer, Shepherd, (Soph.), druggist, Knoxville, Tenn. 

1850, Pickens Co.; s. Shepherd Spencer, Cooksville, Miss.; and Elizabeth Harri- 
son; b. July 2, 1832; Planter at Cooksvile, Miss.; m. (i) Susan E. Frazier, Edgefield, 
S. C, Dec, 1856, (2) Sallie Carnes, Bristol, Tenn., 1882; d. July, 1885. 

*Sykes, Solon, (Jun.), planter, Memphis, Tenn. 

1847, Grenada, Miss.; s. Benjamin Sykes, Tuscaloosa, and Lucy Burt Fox; 
b Aug. 2, 1832; A. B., Univ. of Miss., 1852; Capt., Quartermaster's Dept., isth 
Miss. Reg., C. S. A.; Supt. Education, Montgomery Co., Miss., 1871-73; m. Margaret 
Mosby Binford, Duck Hill, Miss., Dec. 29, 1853; d. Jan. 10, 1900. 

*Tabb, John, (Soph.), Marion. 

1850, Marion; s. John Tabb; b. April i, 1832; d. July, 1851. 

*Walker, Andre Phifer, (Jun.), lawyer, Leavenworth, Kan. 

1847, Gainesville; s. Erasmus Walker, Tuscaloosa, and Ann P. Childress; b. 
Nov. 13, 1832; m. Bennie Gorman, Tuscaloosa, May 24, i860; d. Sept. 16, 1866. 

1852. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

*Colbert, Wallace Bruce, A. B., lawyer, Macon, Miss. 

1849, Macon, Miss.; s. Hines H. Colbert and Martha Beamon; b. Nov. 17, 
1834; Mem., Constitu. Convention, Miss., 1861; Col., 40th Reg., Miss Vol., C. S. A.; 
killed in battle at Bentonville, N. C, April, 1865. 

*Cook, Girard, A. B., lawyer, Hayneville. 

1847, Hayneville; s. Hon. Nathan Cook, Hayneville ,and Herbert; b. 

Feb. 28, 1832; Private, Hayneville Guards, sth Ala., C. S. A., promoted to ist 
Lieut.; Mayor of Hayneville; m. Miss Frasier; d. Jan., 1899. 

*Dearing, James Martin, A. B., planter. Trinity, Miss. 

1847, Tuscaloosa; A. B. Dearing, Tuscaloosa, and Ruth Rogers; b. June 12, 
1831; Capt., Miss. Reg., C. S. A.; m. Mary Eddins, Tuscaloosa, Sept. 17, 1856; d. 
Aug. 13, 1900. 

*Dew, Duncan, A. B., planter and capitalist, Eutaw. 

1848, Eutaw; s. Duncan Dew, Eutaw, and Sarah Greenwood; b. Jan. 16, 1832; 
Capt., 29th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; d. Birmingham, Ala., Oct. 9, 1897. 

*Edmonds, James Roland, A. B. A. M., teacher, Tupelo, Miss. 

1850, Crawfordsville, Miss.; s. Dr. J. L. Edmonds, Crawfordsville, Miss, and 
Dorothy A. Wadlington; b. Sept. 28, 1829; Private, C. S. A.; Supt. of Education, 
8 years; m. C. N. Harnesberger, Crawfordsville, Miss., Sept., 1857.; d. Jan. 19, 1899. 



1852] Graduates with Titled Degrees 99 

*Gilmore, William James, A. B., Choctaw Co. 

1849, Sumter Co.; b. Nov. 13, 1824; County Supt. of Education, Choctaw Co.; 
Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1872; d. 1873. 

*Glassell, John Henry Hobart, A. B., Mobile. 

1849, Livingston; s. Andrew Glassell and Susanna Thornton; b. Oct. 21, 1833; 
d. 1853. 

*Goode, James Jefferson, A. B., A. M., '56, lawyer. Grove Hill. 

1848, Grove Hill; s. James Jefferson Goode, Suggsville, and Martha Clarke, 
Ruckerville, Ga. ; b. April 19, 1831; Lieut, C. S. A.; Teacher, Eufaula, :8s2-54. 
State Line, Miss., 1878; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala. Leg., 1855-58; m. Carrie E. Williams, 
Coffeeville, Dec. 16, 1858; d. Nov. 13, 1S79, near Moyler's Store. 

Hargrove, Robert Kennon, A. B., A. M., '55, minister, Nash- 
ville, Tenn. 

1849, Gordo, Pickens Co.; s. Daniel Jones Hargrove and Laodicea Brantley; b 
Sept. 17, 1829; D. D., 1873, Emory Col., Ga.; Tutor, Math., U. of Ala., 1852-54; 
Adjunct Prof., Math., U. of Ala., 1854-58; Pastor, Meth. Churches at Mobile, 
Columbus, Miss., Lexington, Ky., Nashville, Tenn.; Pres., Centenary Inst., Summer- 
field, 1865-67, Tennessee F. Col., Franklin; Chaplain, C. S. A.; Bishop M. E. Church, 
South, since May, 1882; Sec, College of Bishops, since May, 1885; Pres., Board of 
Trustees, Vanderbilt, since May, 1889; m. (i) Harriet Cornelia Scott, Tuscaloosa, 
Nov. 10, 1852, (2) Ruth Eliza Scarritt, Kansas City, Mo., June 20, 1895. 

Kennard, Michael Shelby, A. B., A. M., '55, teacher, La Crosse, 
Ark. 

1849, Gaston, Sumter Co.; s. Rev. George W. Kennard, Batesville, Ark., and 
Eliza Hopson; b. Feb. 12, 1833; Mayor Batesville, Ark., 1858; Mem., Constitu. Con- 
vention, Ark., 1861; ist Lient. and Adjt., Sweet's Tex. Reg., C. S. A.; Maj. and 
Adjt., McCray's (Ark.) Brigade, C. S. A.; Prin. of Wild Hans (Ark.) Academy, 
1868-81; Pres., La Crosse (Ark.) Collegiate Inst., 1881-92; Prof., Mountain Home 
(Ark.) Baptist Col., 1893-96; Pres., of same, 1897-98; Pres., La Crosse Col. Inst., 
1899 ; Lawyer at Batesville, 1856-61; Editor The Independent Balance, Bates- 
ville, Ark., 1857-61; m. Mary Saunders, Saundersville, Tenn., Sept. 16, 1852. 

*Knox, James Madison, A. B., planter, Knoxville. 

1848, Knoxville; s. Matthew Knox; b. May 29, 1831; d. 1869. 

*Lee, John Robert, A. B., planter, Brewersville. 

1850, Brewersville, Sumter Co.; s. William Lee, Brewersville, and Susan Stals- 
worth; b. Jan. 14, 1831; Capt., 5th Reg., Ala. Vol., C. S. A.; m. Mary E. Henson; 
d. in Mil. Ser. at Union Mills, Va., Dec. 6, 1861. 

McConnell, John William, A. B., A. M., '55, merchant, Birming- 
ham. 

1848, McConnells, Tuscaloosa Co.; s. John McConnell and Mary Winn; b. 
Sept. 20, 1828; Merchant, then Real Estate; m. Jane Marilla Scott, Tuscaloosa, 
April 29, 1856. 

*McDow, John Ramsay, A. B., physician, Sumterville. 

1849, Gainesville; s. Capt. William Loftin McDow, Gainesville, and Jane 
Ramsay; b. April 15, 1829; M. D., Jefferson Med. Col.; Graduate Course in Med., 
Univ. of La.; Mem., 8th Tex. Cav. ; Asst. Surgeon, Polignac Brigade, C. S. A.; d. 
in Mil. Ser., Harrisonburgh, La., Feb. 15, 1S64. 



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*Meek, Henry Francis, A. B., A. M., '55, teacher, Lauderdale 
Springs, Miss. 

1848, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. Samuel Mills Meek and Ann Arabella McDowell; 
b. Oct. 4, 1833; d. April 28, 1856. 

Fatten, Thomas Jefferson, A. B., planter, Knoxville. 

1849, Greene Co.; s. Dr. William Patten and Elizabeth Steele; b. June 27, 
1831; Quartermaster's Dept., C. S. A.; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., three terms; m. 
Jane McGiffert, Knoxville, Dec. 22, 1852. 

*Peck, Roscoe, A. B., Tuscaloosa. 

1849, Tuscaloosa; s. Judge Elisha Woolsey Peck and Lucy Lamb Randall; b. 
Oct. 8, 1832; d. 1854- 

*Price, William Henry Clay, A. B., A. M., '56, editor, New York. 

1849, Tuskegee; s. James Nicholas Price and Garmellia Fraser; b. Sept. 4, 
1832; Asst. State Commissary (Ala.), i860; Capt., Co. K, 12th Ala. Reg., C. S. A., 
1S61-63; Supt. Nitre and Mining Bureau, No. 9, rank Maj., 1863-65; Editor, 
American Grocer, N. Y., 1869-75, The Grocer, 1876, Merchants' Review, 1877-81, 
The South, 1869-75; m- Julia Arabella Darby, Auburn, July i, 1855; d. Sept. 24, 1881. 

*Wynne, William Appling, A. B., lawyer, Greensboro. 

1849, Hollow Square, Greene Co.; s. Osmun A. Wynne; b. Dec. 7, 1832; 
d. 1869. 

1852. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

Atkinson, Thomas Parsons, (Fr.), planter, Tensaw. 

1851, Tensaw, Baldwin Co.; s. Col. Thomas Atkinson, Tensaw, and Sarah Eng- 
lish; b. Sept. 28, 1834; Private, Mobile Rifles; Lieut., Baldwin Rangers, C. S. A.; 
m. Martha V. Binden, Mobile, Jan. 17, 1872. 

*Aycock, Bryant Ferguson, (Jun.), , Tex. 

1849, Pickensville; s. William Terrell Aycock; b. Dec. 31, 1829; d. in Tex. 

*Bryant, James William, (Fr.), Butler. 

1 85 1, Sumterville; s. Evan N. Bryant, Sumterville, and Cherry Lane Richard- 
son; b. April II, 1834; Capt., Cav. Co., C. S. A.; m. (i) Rhoda Jane Petagrew, 
Sumterville, (2) Mattie Gilmer, Choctaw Co.; d. Jan. 11, 1893. 

Chapman, William Smith, (Jun.) 

1848, Livingston; s. William C. A. Chapman; b. March 6, 1833. 

*Cochrane, William Tennille, (Soph.), New Orleans, La. 

1850, Cochrane's Mills, Pickens Co.; s. Samuel G. Cochrane; b. March 10, 
1834; d. 18 — . 

Curry, Burwell Jordan, (Soph.), planter, Huntsville. 

1851, Perry Co.; s. Jabez Curry, Marion, and Rebecca Jordan; b. Aug. 12, 1834; 
Capt., C. S. A.; m. Bettie Hammond, Huntsville. 



Edwards, William Gray, (Soph.) 

1851, Greensboro, Perry Co.; b. April 19, 1834. 



1852] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates ioi 

*Fitzpatrick, James Madison, Wetumpka. 

1851, Wetumpka, Elmore Co.; s. Benjamin Fitzpatrick and Sarah Terry Elmore; 
b. Dec. 6, 1833; d. April 29, 1852. 

*George, David Richard, (Soph.), Camden. 

1850, Camden; s. Joseph George and Nancy Warren; b. Nov. 9, 1832; d. March 
9. 1854. 

Glover, Alfred Young, (Soph.), lawyer and planter, Forkland. 

1850, Forkland, Greene Co.; s. Williamson A. Glover, Forkland, and Amelia T. 
Walton; b. Jan. 10, 1835; A. B., 1855. A. M., 1859, S. C. College; Capt., 43rd Ala. 
Reg., C. S. A.; Commissioner, Greene Co., 1871-73; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala. Leg., 
1896-98; Practiced Law, Friars Ft., Miss., 1857-61; m. Antoinette B. Malone, Columbus, 
Miss., Nov. II, 1858. 

*Grace, John Thomas, (Soph.), physician, Allenton. 

1850, Allenton, Wilcox Co.; s. Joshua B. Grace and Susan King; b. May 22, 
1832; M. D., College unknown; d. May 7, 1859. 

Guild, George Blackmore, (Fr.), lawyer, Nashville, Tenn 

1S51, Gall.itin, Tenn.; s. Josephus Conn Guild, Nashville, and Katherine Mont 
gomery; b. April 8, 1834; A. B., Cumberland Univ., Lebanon, Tenn., 1855; Clerk and 
Master in Chancery 1860-61; Adjutant, C. S. A., 1861-64, Adj. Gen. of Brigade, 1865 
Rep., Gen. Assem., Tenn., 1871-72; State Senate 1896-97; Pres. Confederate Pension 
Board 1888-1900; Major, U. S. A., Spanish War; m. Georgia E. Thompson, Gallatin; 
Tenn., March 5, 1861. 

*Guild, James, Jr., (Jun.), physician, Tuscaloosa 

1848, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. James Guild, Sr., Tuscaloosa, and Mary Elizabeth Will 
iams; b. Jan. 8, 1831; M. D., Jefferson Med. Col., 1859; enlisted as Private, appointed 
Asst. Surgeon 1861, C. S. A., 1862-65; m. Margaret Bennett, Brazoria, Tex., 1866; d 
June 18, 1890. 

Harris, Mathew Henry, (Fr.) 

1 85 1, Tuskegee, Macon Co.; s. Moses Harris; b. June 11, 1831. 

*James, Alfred Scott, (Soph.), physician, Montgomery. 

1851, Gainestown, Clarke Co.; s. Lorenzo James; b. June 7, 1832; M. D., Med. 
Col. S. C, 1856; Asst. Surgeon, C. S. A.; m. Jessie Taylor, Montgomery, April 24, 
1856; d. Feb. 28, 1874. 

* James, John Darrington, (Jun.), Gainestown. 

1850, Gainestown, Clarke Co.; s. Robert D. James, Gainestown, and Maria Louisa 
Cowles; b. Jan. 8, 1832; d. Aug. 19, 1852. 

* Jenkins, John James Randolph, (Soph.), planter, Camden. 

1851, Camden; s. James Jenkins, Camden, and Margaret Ann Dunnam; b. June 
22, 1834; Capt., C. S. A.; m. Rebecca Syndonia Burford; d. Jan. 18, 1869. 

*Kirby, John Newton, (Fr.), teacher and lawyer, Tex. 

1851, Tuscaloosa; b. July 18, 1832; d. 18 — . 

*Martin, Albert Burnley, (Fr.), Tuscaloosa. 

1850, Tuscaloosa; s. Judge Peter Martin, Tuscaloosa, and Mary Burnley; b. Aug. 
31, 1834; Private, C. S. A.; Blown up on steamboat on way home from Army, 1863. 



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McCown, David Courard, (Fr.), 

1851, Marshall, Texas; s. James McCown; b. May lo, 1833. 

*Nicholls, William Charles, (Jun.), physician, Newberne. 

1849, Greene Co.; b. Jan. 13, 1833; A. B., Univ. of N. C, 1854, M. D., Balti- 
more Med. Col., 1856, M. D., Univ. of La., 1858; Surgeon, C. S. A., 1861-62; Editor, 
N. O. Med. and Surg. Journal, 1859-67; Prof. Med. Dept. Univ. of La.; City Physician 
for N. O.; Surgeon, Baltimore Infir., 1858-59, Surgeon, N. O. Charity Hospital, 1860- 
61; Med. Director, Staff Leonidas Polk, 1862-63; m. Virginia Pollard, New Orleans, at 
Richmond, Va., Jan. 11, 1865; d. Jan. 31, 1871. 

*Nuckols, Augustus Melville, (Jun.), teacher, Fayette. 

1849, Fayette Co.; s. Pouncy Nuckols and Mary Jemison; b. Oct. 26, 1823; 
Ordnance Sergeant, C. S. A.; Supt. of Education, Fayette Co., fifteen years; m. 
Lizzie Ann Hubbaid, Fayette, Jan. 7, 1855; d. Dec. 13, 1896. 

*Owen, Philip Albert, (Jun.), merchant, Washington, D. C. 

1850, Mobile; s. Franklin Lewis Owen, Mobile, and Elizabeth C. Maury; b. Feb. 
22, 1833; Merchant at Mobile, 1852-55; Appointed Second Lieut., 9th Reg., U. S. A., 
185s, afterwards promoted to First Lieut, and Captain, resigned commission before 
his death; m. Margaret Wright, Oregon, 1857; d. August, 1878. 

*Posey, John Caffee, (Fr.), lawyer, Florence. 

1851, Florence; s. Sydney C. Posey and Calista De Priest; b. Feb. 20, 1834; 
Private, 4th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; d. Aug. u, 1861, from wounds received at battle of 
Manassas. 

*Robison, Lodowick Hill, (Jun.), planter. Forest Home. 

iS^^o, Allenton, Wilcox Co.; s. Dr. Allen Robison, Allenton, and Sallie Hill; 
b. May 3, 1828; m. Fannie Christian, Carlowville; d. Feb. 10, 1852. 



Saunders, James William, (Fr.) 

1851, Tuscaloosa; s. Robert W. Saunders; b. Feb. 8, 1836. 

Somerville, Henry Lewellyn, (Soph.), postmaster, Richmond, 
Tex. 

185 1, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. James Somerville, Tuscaloosa, and Helen Wallace; b. 
Oct. 5, 1835; Private in 2nd Tex. Inf., C. S. A.; Dist. Clerk, Tax Assessor, County 
Clerk; Judge of County Court, Fort Bend Co., Tex.; m. Augusta Stratman, Rich- 
mond, Tex. 

Stickney, John Cobb, (Jun.), physician, Nicaragua, C. A. 

1850, Greensboro; s. Joseph Blodgett Stickney and Harriet Grist; b. Jan. 30, 
1832; A. B., N. C. Col., 1855 M. D., Med. Col., La.; Teacher, St. Wilfred's School, 
Marion, 1858-60; Medical Purveyor, Bragg's Division, C. S. A.; m. (i) Anne Grimes, 
Washington, N. C, May zt, 1861, (2) Mrs. Bettie Parsons, New Orleans, April 
II, 1871. 

Taliaferro, Richard Thomas, (Soph.) 

1851, Carrollton; s. J. A. Taliaferro; b. Dec. 8, 1833. 

*Terry, Edmond Townes, (Soph.), Jacksonville. 

1850, Jacksonville; s. William L. Terry; b. May ig, 1833; Theolog. Student; 
d. Talladega Co., June 17, 1852. 



1^53] Graduates with Titled Degrees 103 

*Turnipseed, Felix Benjamin, (Jun.), physician, Carrollton. 

1850, Carrollton; s. Daniel Turnipseed; b. Feb. i8, 1830; M. D., Col. unknown; 
m. Miss Whitfield; d. 18—. 

*Walthall, Richard Booker, Jr., (Soph.), Greensboro. 

1 85 1, Marion; s. Richard Booker Walthall and Sarah Martin Moody; b. April 
11, 1833; d. Oct., 1852. 

*Walthall, Wilson Jones, (Jun.), lawyer, Marion. 

1850, Greensboro; s. John Walthall and Permelia Jones; b. July 2, 1832; Grad. 
Georgetown Col., Md. ; m. Betty Semple, Hampton, Va., May, i860; d. in Selma, 1869. 

♦Weaver, Philip John, (Jun.), Selma. 

1851, Selma; s. Col. Phil. J. Weaver and Anne P. Gardner; b. March 21, 183a} 
d. 18—. 

* Webb, Sidney Vaughan, (Soph.), physician, Coffeeville. 

1850, Marion; s. Thomas Webb and Martha Dickens; b. Feb. 25, 1832; M. D., 
Philadelphia; Sur^jeon, C. S. A.; d. 1897. 

Whitfield, Luke James, (Soph.), copyist, Columbus, Miss. 

1850, Columbus, Miss.; s. Hon. James Whitfield, Columbus, Miss., and Caroline 
Dyer; b. Sept. 7, 1833; Major Quartermaster, C. S. A.; Clerk Treasury Dept., Wash- 
ington, D. C, 1S68-76; Bookkeeper, Copyist and Clerk; m. Elenora Harris, Holly 
Springs, Miss., April, 1856. 

*Winn, James Williamson, (Fr.), druggist, Enterprise, Miss. 

1852, Shiloh, Marengo Co.; s. John Christian Winn, Lunemberg, Va., and Louisa 
J. Price; b. Feb. 13, 1837; Postmaster at Enterprise, 1884-85; Druggist and Book- 
keeper; m. Mary Jane Smith, Marion, Miss., Dec. 14, 1858; d. at Chicago, 111., Feb. 
25, 1891. 

1853. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

*Adams, Robert Washington, A. B., planter, McNutt, Miss. 

1830, Warsp.w, Pickens Co.; s. Dr. Talbot Adams; b. August 23, 1833; LL. B., 
Cumberland Univ.; Private, C. S. A.; d. Dec, 1867. 

*Bonner, John Mushat, A. B., banker. New Orleans, La. 

1850, Pickens Co.; s. Samuel L. Bonner, Carrollton, and Eliza Mushat; b. Sept. 
7, 1829; Removed to New Orleans in 1856; Capt. of Infantry and Col. of Cav., C. S. 
A.; Judge of 4th Judicial District of La.; Lawyer and Capitalist; d. at Los Angeles, 
Cal., Sept. 20, 1900. 

*Chilton, Thomas George, A. B., lawyer, Montgomery. 

1850, Tuskegee; s. William Parish Chilton and Mary Morgan; b. Nov. 24, 1833; 
m. Lavinia Bradford, Coosa Co.; d. May 30, i860. 

♦Cleveland, William Calloway, A. B., minister, Talladega. 

1850, Selma; s. Carter Plarrison Cleveland and Mary Smith; b. June 22, 1834; 
M. D., Col. unknown; D. D., 1875, Howard Col.; Physician, then Baptist Minister; 
Pastor I St Baptist Church, Selma, Montevallo, and Columbia; Pres. Ala. Baptist State 
Convention ten years; m. (i) Eliza Smith, (2) Fannie Lide, (3) Catherine Mallory; 
d. Feb. 17, 1899. 



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*Clopton, Jas. Osgood Andrews, A. B., lawyer, Tuskegee. 

1850, Notasulga, Macon Co.; s. Dr. Alford Clopton and Kendrick; b. 

Nov. II, 1830; d. 1863. 

*Dailey, Franklin Oliver, A. B., teacher, Lowndes Co., Miss. 

1851, Dailey's Roads, Lowndes Co., Miss.; s. John A. Dailey; b. April 7, 1831; 
killed battle of Gettysburg, Pa., 1863. 

*Foster, David Lawrence, A. B., A. M., '56, physician, Tuscaloosa. 

1850, Tuscaloosa; s. John L. S. Foster and Susan Hollifield; b. Oct. 27, 1831; 
M. D., Jefferson Med. Col. of Pa., and Univ. of N. Y. ; Teacher, Oak Grove, Miss., 
1853-55; Surgeon, U. of Ala. 1878-1891; m. Maria Bealle, Foster's, Dec. 14, 1864; 
d. Sept. 9, 1891. 

*Foster, George Washington, A. B., A. M., '56, banker. West 
Point, Miss. 

1850, Foster's, Tuscaloosa Co.; s. Robert Savidge Foster, Foster's, and Ann 
Totnpkins; b. Feb. 22, 1832; Private, C. S. A.; m. Caroline Hasseltine Quarles, Tusca- 
loosa, Jan., 1858; d. August 14, 1889. 

Gunter, William Adams, A. B., lawyer, Montgomery. 

1849, Montgomery; s. Charles G. Gunter and Eliza Adams; b. Oct. 7, 1834; 
LL. B., Univ. of Va., 1856; m. Ellen F. Poellnitz. 

*McLemore, Philip Burt, A. B., A. M., '58, lawyer, Greensboro. 

1850, Greensboro; b. Dec. ii, 1830; Orderly Sgt., Co. "B," 36th Ala. Inf., C. S. 
A.; m. Emma E. Morgan, Eutaw, July 10, i860; d. in Mil. Service, Gainesville, Aug. 
2S, 1862. 

*Thornton, Edward Quinn, A. B., A. M., '57, teacher. Auburn. 

1849, Eufaula; s. Dr. John Thornton, Lumpkin, Ga., and Mary West; b. May 
12, 1832; Asst. State Geologist, 1853-55; Prof. Nat. Sciences, Howard Col., Marion, 
1861-62 and 1865-67; Capt., 39th Reg., Ala. Inf., C. S. A.; Aide-de-Camp to Maj.-Gen. 
H. D. Clayton, C. S. A.; Prof. Nat. Sciences, A. and M. Col. of Ala., 1875 to 1878; 
m. (1) Sallie Cocke, Marion, May, 1862, (2) Maggie Reese, Auburn, May, 1878; d. 
May 20, 1878. 

*West, William James, A. B., teacher, Pickens Co. 

1850, Pickens Co.; s. Nathaniel West; b. Nov. 13, 1828; Killed in battle in 
Va., 186—. 

*Williams, Charles Wightman, A. B., lawyer, Lowndesboro. 

1850, Lowndesboro; s. Thomas McCotry Williams, Midway, Bullock Co., and 
Mary Ann Shrewsbury; b. Dec. 15, 1831; Lawyer at Camden, 1858; Teacher at Pratt- 
ville, 1859, and Pensacola, 1860-61; ist Lieut, Co. I, 4Sth Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; m. 
Martha Branch Thompson, Camden, July 19, 1859; Mortally wounded at Atlanta, Ga., 
and died at Forsyth, Ga., Aug. 21, 1864. 

*Yerby, John Thomas, A. B., A. M., '58, minister, Tuscaloosa. 

1850, Tuscaloosa; s. John Yerby and Baines; b. Sept. 2, 1826; Prin. 

of Academies; Pastor of Baptist churches; m. Mrs. Permelia Ann Pumphfrey (nee 
Miller), May 22, 1856; d. Sept. 3, 1898. 



1853] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 105 

1853. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 
*Beckett, Newton Johnston, (Soph,), Aberdeen, Miss. 

1852, Pickens Co.; s. Dr. James M. Beckett; b. Sept. 9, 1834; Probate Judge, 
Monroe Co., Miss., 1859-61; Capt., Co. G, 41st Miss. Reg., C. S. A.; m. Olivia Cath- 
erine Watlington, Aberdeen, Miss., Aug. 10, 1855; d. at Shelbyville, Tenn., Jan. 
14, 1863. 



Brown, James Abney, (Fr.) 

1853, Hollow Square, Greene Co.; s. William Brown; b. June 21, 1834. 

*Browning, John Bailey, (Jun.), physician, Ramsey. 

1851, Sumter Co.; s. John Browning, Dallas, Tex., and Clary Harmon Ander- 
son; b. Nov. 24, 1832; Private i6th Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; d. August, 1869. 

Clark, Thomas Christopher, (Soph.), planter. Stone. 

1852, Fairfield, Pickens Co.; s. Samuel Clark, Pickensville, and Leah White; b. 
April 3, 1833; A. B., Univ. of N. C, 1856; m. Nannie Spruil, Pickens Co., 1857. 

*Comegys, William Crawford, (Soph.), Tuscaloosa. 

1851, Tuscaloosa; s. Edward F. Comegys, Sr., Courtland, and Susan Brown 
Fitts; b. April 21, 1835; Private, 3rd Ala. Reg., C. S. A., 1861-65; d. from disease 
contracted in C. S. A. 

*Craddock, James Neal, (Jun.), planter, Columbus, Miss. 

1851, Tuscaloosa; s. John Neal Craddock and Ann W. Edmundson; b. Dec. 25, 
1832; Capt., 41st Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; m. (i) Emma H. Putnam, Nashville, Tenn., 
June 6, 1863, (2) Alice Maude Leigh, Columbus, Miss., July 13, 1870; d. Jan. 5, 1879. 

*Deason, Gilbert Tindle, (Jun.), physician, Ely ton. 

1851, Jasper, Walker Co.; s. Absalom Deason; b. Nov. 17, 1828; M. D., College 
unknown; Surgeon, C. S. A.; d. 186 — . 

Fisher, Lorenzo Clark, (Jun.) 

1850, Lowndesboro; s. William P. Fisher; b. Dec. 16, 1833; Student Univ. of 
N. C, 1850. 

*Foster, Adoniram Judson, (Soph.), Foster's. 

1851, Foster's, Tuscaloosa Co.; s. Robert Savidge Foster and Ann Tompkins; b. 
Jan. 17, 1834; d. Jan. 20, 1853. 

*Grace, Samuel, (Soph.), Elyton. 

1853, Elyton; s. Baylis E. Grace and Jane Mitchell; b. Dec. 11, 1834; Student, 
Emory, Ga. ; d. at Emory, Aug. 18, 1854. 

*Harris, William Banks, (Soph.), planter, Uniontown. 

1851, Tuscaloosa; s. Richard N. Harris and Amanda M. Banks; b. Feb. 22, 1834; 
Private in Selden's Ala. Bat., C. S. A.; d. Nov., 1865. 

*Healy, Robert James, (Fr.), physician, Raleigh. 

1852, Tuscaloosa; s. P. B. Healy, Tuscaloosa, and Mary Spiller; b. Sept. 13, 
1837; M. D., Med. Col., Augusta, Ga., 1856; Capt., Co. A, 19th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; 
Killed in battle Murfreesboro, Dec. 31, 1863. 



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Horton, James Edwin, (Fr.), planter, Athens. 

1852, Huntsville; s. Rodah Horton, Huntsville, and Lucy Ann Otey; b. May 20, 
1833; Student one year each at Lebanon, Tenn., and Univ. of Va. ; Member Gen. D. 
B. Donelson's Staff, C. S. A.; Planter in 1864-86; County Commissioner, 1876-80; 
Probate Judge, 1886-1904; m. Emily B. Donelson, near Nashville, Tenn., Oct. 18, i860. 

Johnson, William, (Soph.) 

1S51, Talbotton, Ga. ; s. Rev. Richard Johnson; b. Aug. 4, 1834- 

Lea, Robertus Kennon, (Fr.), dentist, Aberdeen, Miss. 

1852, Mobile; s. Martin A. Lea, Marion, and Afia Kennon; b. March 16, 1833. 

*Lewis, Dixon Hall, (Fr.), Waverly, Tex. 

1851, Dallas Co.; b. Feb. 3, 1834; Moved to Texas in 1854; Capt. in Emons' 
Reg., C. S. A.; m. Sarah Hill, of West Texas, i860; d. April, 1899. 

*McCord, David James, (Fr.), planter, Avondale. 

1852, Benton, Lowndes Co.; s. Russell Paul McCord and Elizabeth Hall; b. Sept. 
8, 1833; Private and Capt, C. S. A.; m. (i) Anna Powell, Hayneville, (2) Sallie 
Riggs, Prattville; d. Dec. 24, 1895. 

*McInnis, Robert Hinds, (Jun.), planter, Sumterville. 

1851, Sumterville, Sumter Co.; s. John Mclnnis and Anne Hinds; b. Nov. 8, 
1834; d- Dec, 1854. 

*Mims, William Jemison, (Soph.), lawyer, Birmingham. 

1852, Perry Co.; s. David Mims; b. April 10, 1834; Tax Collector, Jefferson 
Co., one term; d. 189 — . 

*Nott, Edward Fisher, (Soph.), Mobile. 

1851, Mobile; s. Dr. Josiah Nott and Sarah Deas; b. Aug. 17, 1834; d. in early 
life about 1854. 

*Odeneal, James Patrick, (Jun.), physician, Shuqualak, Miss. 

1852, Columbus, Miss.; s. Ebenezer P. Odeneal, Columbus, and Rosamond Dear- 
ing; b. Aug. 21, 1831; M. D., New Orleans; Planter; Sergeant, Army of Va., C. S. A.; 
m. CalHe Ballard, Nov. 26, 1858; d. Dec. 8, 1861. 

*Peck, Henry St. John, (Soph.), Tuscaloosa. 

1852, Tuscaloosa; s. Judge E. Woolsey Peck, Tuscaloosa, and Lucy Lamb Ran- 
dall; b. Jan. 14, 183s; d- Feb. 8, 1853. 

*Pratt, Horace Southworth, (Soph.), Tuscaloosa. 

1851, Tuscaloosa; s. Rev. Horace Southworth Pratt, Tuscaloosa, and Isabel A. 
Drysdale; b. Sept. 4, 1835; d. Jan. 22, 1853. 



Price, William Simpson, (Soph.) 

1851, Spencerville, Marengo Co.; s. Dr. William S. Price; b. Feb. 28, 1834. 

*Rives, Richard Harrison, (Fr.), Benton. 

1853, Benton; s. Robert Rives, Benton, and Amelia Harrison; b. March 19, 
1834; Student Columbia Col., S. C, 1852; d. Jan. 19, 1854. 



1854] Graduates with Titled Degrees 107 

*Tabb, William, (Sen.), Marion. 

1850, Marion; s. John Tabb; b. Dec. 19, 1828; d. Feb. 27, 1853. 

Thomas, John Horn, (Soph.) 

1851, Sumterville; s. Wade R. Thomas; b. March is, 1832. 

Turner, Matthew, (Jun.), physician, Bladen Springs. 

1852, Bladen Springs, Choctaw Co.; s. B. D. Turner, Bladen Springs, and 
Margaret Andrews; b. Aug. 19, 1834; M. D., Univ. of Pa., 1855; Surgeon, C. S. A.; 
m. Fannie Travis, Bladen Springs, 1866. 

*Wilkerson, William Washington, (Jun.), physician, Marion. 

1851, Foster's, Tuscaloosa Co.; s. P. H. Wilkerson, Marion, and Eliza Wyatt 
Foster; b. Aug. 15, 1833; M. D., Jefferson Med. Col., 1855; Graduate of Phil. Med. 
Association; Asst. Surgeon, C. S. A.; Pres. Board Trustees, Howard Col., 15 years, 
and Pres. Board Trustees, Judson Inst., several years; m. Sarah Warren Moore, Perry 
Co., Feb. 25, 1857; d- March 7, 1893- 

*Woodruff, Daniel Webster, (Soph.), merchant, Savannah, Ga. 

1851, Tuscaloosa; s. David Woodruff and Eliza Antoinette Bell; b. Jan. 4, 1836; 
In Army of N. Va., 1861-65; m. Rosa Fowlkes, Savannah, Ga. ; d. Jan., 1866, in 
Tuscaloosa. 

1854. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

*Bishop, John Webster, A. B., lawyer, Talladega. 

1851, Talladega; s. s. Lewis Bishop, Knoxville, Tenn., and Susan Mynatt; b. 
Dec. 19, 1831; Mem. 51st Reg., Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; Circuit Solicitor, 1866; Judge 
City Court of Talladega, 1893-97; Mayor of Talladega; m. (i) Olivia Montgomery, 
Aug., i860, (2) Ophelia Montgomery, Dec. 30, 1867; d. Oct. 10, 1900. 

♦Bradford, Taul, A. B., A. M., lawyer, Talladega. 

1 85 1, Talladega; s. Gen. Jacob Tipton Bradford and Louisiana Taul; b. Jan. 20, 
1835; Major, loth Reg., Ala. Vol., C. S. A.; Lieut.-Col., 30th Reg., Ala. Vol., C. 
S. A.; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1870-72; Mem. Congress, 1874-76; m. Mary Isabella 
Hardie, Talladega, 1855; d. Oct. 20, 1883. 



♦Crawford, George Fitts, A. B., teacher, 

1851, Crawfordville, Miss.; s. Rev. Peter Crawford; b. Oct. 9, 1836; d. 18 — . 

♦Edmonds, Neville, A. B., lawyer, Louisville, Miss. 

1851, Crawfordville, Miss.; s. Dr. J. L. Edmonds and Dorathy A. Wadlington; 
b. Feb. 14, 1833; Capt., C. S. A.; d. of wounds received in C. S. A. 



♦Jeffries, William Swepston, A. B., 

1852, Talladega; b. Feb. 14, 1833; d. 18—. 

♦Johnson, George Crawford, A. B., lawyer, Selma. 

1850, Selma; s. William Johnson, Selma, and Zemia G. Phillips; b. Oct. 29, 
1831; LL. B., Cumberland Univ., 1857; Private, C. S. A.; m. Abbie H. Hill, Selma, 
Nov. 16, 1859; d- April 2T, 1869. 

Jones, Charles Osmond, A. B., Vernon Station. 

1851, Marion; s. William A. Jones; b. March i, 1834. 



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*Lang, William Wiley, A. B., planter, Portland. 

1851, Portland, Dallas Co.; s. W. W. Lang; b. March 31, 1834; Capt. 3rd Reg., 
Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; d. Nov. 22, 1866. 

*Meek, Benjamin Franklin, A. B., A. M., '58, teacher. University. 

1850, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. Samuel M. Meek, Tuscaloosa, and Ann Arabella 
McDowell; b. Sept. 20, 1836; LL. D., 1879, Univ. of Miss.; Asst. Prof, of Ancient 
Languages, U. of Ala., 1863-65; Prof, of Ancient Languages, Wesleyan Univ., Flor- 
ence, 1868-70; Prof, of English Language and Literature, U. of Ala., 1871-99; m. 
Nettie Hemphill, of Tuscaloosa, at San Antonio, Tex., Sept. 4, 1889; d. June 16, 1899. 

^Montague, Caesar Rodney, A. B., lawyer, Glasgow, Mo. 

1851, Macon, Marengo Co.; s. Robert Vaughan Montague and Emily Vaughan; 
b. Dec. 16, 1833; m. Mary Fanny Harrison, Howard Co., Mo., Nov. 22, i860; d. Aug. 
21, 1876. 

*Morton, Joseph Washington, A. B., Marion. 

1850, Perryville, Perry Co.;'s. John Morton; b. Oct. 17, 1831; d. 1877. 

Owen, Goronwy, A. B., A. M., physician. Mobile. 

1849, Mobile; s. Frank Lewis Owen, Mobile, and Elizabeth C. Maury; b. Feb. 
II, 183s; M. D., Univ. of Pa, 1857; Surgeon, C. S. A.; Member of Board of Health 
and Board of Censors for past 20 years; Prof, in Med. Department, U. of Ala.; m. 
Susan Norris, Selma, Jan. i, 1859. 

*Prince, Edmond Lafayette, A. B., planter, Tuscaloosa. 

1849, Tuscaloosa; s. Edmund Prince and Elizabeth T. Lawrence; b. Oct. 14, 
1834; 2nd Lieut., 41st Reg., Ala. Vol., C. S. A.; d. in Mil. Service, White Sulphur 
Springs, Va., 1863. 

*Whitfield, Henry Buchanon. A. B., A. M., '57, lawyer, Waldron, 
Ark. 

1850, Columbus, Miss.; s. James Whitfield, Columbus, Miss, and Caroline Dyer; 
b. April 19, 183s; LL. B., Cumberland Univ.', Tenn., 1857; Major on Staff of Gen. 
Baldwin, C. S. A.; Mayor of Columbus, Miss., 1871; Dist. Atty., Seventh Jud. Dist. 
of Miss., 1872-75; U. S. Dist. Atty., Northern Dist. of Miss., 1876; m. (i) Laura 
Young, Columbus, Miss., May 5, 1858, (2) Mrs. Mary Montgomery, 1879; d. Sept. 
30, 1883. 

*Winn, Walter Emmet, A. B., A. M., lawyer, Demopolis. 

1852, Demopolis; s. Asa B. Winn, of Va., and Ann Robertson; b. March 4, 1834; 
ist Lieut, Co. D, nth Ala., 1861-62; Adjutant-Gen., Wilcox's Brigade; m. Willey 
Glover Griffin, Demopolis, May 6, 1857; d. July 22, 1864, at Richmond, Va., from 
wound received in battle June 22, 1864. 



1854. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

*Arrington, James Nicholson, (Soph.), lawyer, Montgomery 

1853, Catcma, Montgomery Co.; s. Samuel L. Arrington and Eliza Nicholson; 
b. Jan. ID, 183s; Capt, C. S. A.; Solicitor, Barbour Co., 1865-70; d. Aug., 1894. 



1854] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 109 

*Arrington, John Richard, (Fr.), planter, Woodley. 

1853, Montgomery Co.; s. Samuel L. Arrington, Montgomery Co., and Eliza 
Nicholson; b. Dec. 24, 1836; A. B., Univ. of Ga., 1857; Lieut, C. S. A.; m. Nannie 
Dillard, iSSoj d. Nov., 1882. 

Beard, Thomas Jefferson, (Jun.), minister, Birmingham. 

1852, Uniontown; s. Edward Derrel Beard and Caroline Videau Rembert; b. 
March s, 1835; D. D., 1895, College unknown; Episcopal Clergyman, Rector Trinity 
Church, Demopolis, 1860-62; St. James, Eufaula, 1862-67, Helena, Ark., 1871-72, St. 
John's, Mobile, 1872-82, Advent, Birmingham, 1882-96; General Missionary, Birming- 
ham Convocation, Dean of Birmingham Convocation, 1896; m. Margaret Richie 
Chandler, Eufaula, Sept. 7, 1864. 

*Bennett, Berwick Austin, (Soph.), planter, Shiloh. 

1852, Shiloh, Marengo Co.; s. Samuel LeGrand Bennett and Martha Francis 
Woolley; b. Oct. 6, 1834; Private, Co. I, 6th Ala., C. S. A.; m. (i) Susan E. Robin- 
son, Marengo Co., Nov. 27, 1855, (2) Altona Hayes, Marengo Co., Dec. 8, 1858; d. 
from effects of Mil. Service, at Bladen Springs, March 9, 1863. 

♦Bennett, Thomas Henry, (Soph.), planter, Shiloh, 

1852, Shiloh, Marengo Co.; s. Samuel Bennett, Magnolia, and Mary Francis 
Woolley; b. Jan. 15, 1833; Private, C. S. A.; m. Ellen Judith Wills, Eutaw, March 8, 
1855; d. Jan. 14, 1874. 

*Benson, William Henry, (Jun.), physician, Staunton, Va. 

1852, Montgomery; s. Judge Nimrod Earle Benson and Catherine Laura Goldth- 
waite; b. May 10, 1835; M. D., Univ. of Md. ; Asst. Surgeon, C. S. A.; Editor, 
Weturapka, Ala., 1859-60; Wrote for Newspapers in Philadelphia, 1884-88; d. at 
Philadelphia, Oct. 3, 1S88. 

*Blakey, James Churchill, (Soph.), physician. Cross Keys. 

1853, Cross Keys, Macon Co.; s. Dr. B. A. Blakey, Cross Keys, and Mary Eliza- 
beth Taliefero; b. Nov. 2, 1835; m. Amelia Parish; d. 18 — . 

Bryan, Charles Joseph, (Soph.), planter, Tuskegee. 

1852, Tuskegee, Macon Co.; s. Thomas Jefferson Bryan, Tuskegee, and Elizabeth 
Moore Martin; b. June 5, 1836; Capt., Co. C, Tuskegee Light Infantry, 3rd Ala. Reg., 
C. S. A.; Brig.-Gen., A. N. G., 1886-94; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1859-64; Commission 
Merchant, Montgomery, 1865-77. 

♦Cochrane, Robert Henry, (Soph.), New Orleans, La. 

1849, Cochranes's Mills, Pickens Co.; s. Dr. Samuel G. Cochrane; b. Oct. 11, 
1832; Proprietor of Flour and Corn Mill; d. 18 — . 

♦Davidson, James LaFayette, (Soph.), merchant, Centreville. 

1853, Centreville; s. Sam.uel Wilson Davidson and Frances Stringfellow; b. Feb. 
14, 1837; Caot., nth Ala. Reg., 1861-62; 62nd Ala., 1864, Lieut.-Col. of Brigade, 1865, 
C. S. A.; Probate Judge, Bibb Co., 1895-96; m. (i) Fannie L. Barclay, Talladega, 
Jan. zj, 1864, (2) Sue A. Powell, Clarke Co., Nov. 17, 1867; d. Feb. i6, 1896. 

*Doby, James Miller, (Soph.), physician, , Ark. 

1854, Bell Air, S. C; s. John M. Doby; b. May 17, 1831; d. 189—. 



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*DuBose, Isaiah, (Soph.), planter, Macon. 

1853, McKinley, Marengo Co.; s. James Henry DuBose and Harriet Evans 
Pegues; b. Feb. 7, 1835; Corporal, Cavalry of Canebrake Legion; Cotton Merchant; 
m. Adele Louise McRae, "Athol" estate, Marengo Co., Dec, 1856; d. Sept., 1861. 

*DuBose, Walter, (Soph.), planter, Carthage. 

1 85 1, McKinley; s. James Henry DuBose, Birmingham, and Harriet Evans 
Pegues; b. Sept. 26, 1833; Capt., 43rd Reg. Inf., Ala. Vol., C. S. A.; m. Matilda John- 
son, Tuscaloosa, Nov., 1854; Killed Petersburg, Va., July 29, 1864. 

*Flournoy, Robert, (Jun.), planter, Areola, Tex. 

1853, Eufaula; s. Thomas Flournoy and Caroline Elizabeth Rogers; b. Nov. 25, 
1834; Lieut., Pioneer Guards, Co. A, 1861; Kolb's Battery, 1862-65, C. S. A.; m. 
Susan McKenzie, Louisville, Barbour Co., Sept. 30, 1858; d. July 24, 1867. 

*Fowler, Richard, (Soph.), physician, , Miss. 

1853, Burnt Corn; s. Hickman Fowler, Burnt Corn, and Nancy Mosley; b. 
Oct. 23, 1836; Surgeon, C. S. A.; m. Sallie Andrews, Cahaba. 

*Garrett, William W., (Soph.), planter, Forkland. 

1854, Forkland; s. Richard William Garrett and Mary Lea; b. June 20, 1836; 
d. in spring of 1870. 

*Goldthwaite, George, (Soph.), lawyer, Leadville, Colo. 

1852, Montgomery; s. George Goldthwaite, Montgomery, and Olivia Price Wal- 
lach; b. Aug. 15, 1837; A. B., 1857, S. C. Col.; Adj., 6th Ala. Reg. Inf., and later 
Capt. of Cav., C. S. A.; Dist. Atty., three terms, Nevada; Judge City Court, Lead- 
ville, Colo.; m. Lucy Virginia Harmon, Hamilton City, Nev., May 2, 1870; d. Oct. 
31, 1892. 

Hardie, Joseph, (Jun.), mine operator, Birmingham. 

1852, Talladega; s. John Hardie, Mardisville, and Mary Mead Hall; b. June 
26, 1833; A. B., i8s5, Princeton; Adjutant, 4th Ala., 1861-62; Major of Cavalry, 
Hardie's Battalion, 1863-65, C. S. A.; m. Margaret Isbell, Dec, 1856. 

Harris, Charles Hooks, (Fr.), physician, Cedartown, Ga. 

1853, Tuskegee; s. Peter C. Harris, Tuskegee, and Narcissa A. Harris; b. Feb. 

22, 183s; M. D., Univ. of City of N. Y., 1857; Asst. Surgeon, 6oth Va. Reg., C. S. A.; 
m. Maggie Ann Monk, Magnolia, N. C, May 18, i8s7- 

Herbert, Hilary Abner, (Soph.), lawyer, Washington, D. C. 

1853, Greenville; s. Thomas E. Herbert and Dorothy Teague Young; b. March 
12, 1834; Capt., Major, Lieut.-Col., and Col., 8th Ala. Vol, C. S. A.; Representative 
in Congress, 2nd Dist. Ala., 1877-93; Secretary of the Navy, 1893-97; m. Ella B. 
Smith, Selma, April 23, 1867. 

*Hill, James, (Soph.), planter, Mars. 

1852, Mars, Bibb Co.; s. James Hill, Bibb Co., and McMath; b. April 

23, 1831; m. C. Caffee, Bibb Co.; d. Feb. 17, 1869. 

*Howell, Orson Valentine, (Soph.), lawyer, Cahaba. 

1853, Cahaba; s. Dr. T. J. Howell; b. August 11, 1826; A. B., S. C. Col., 1858; 
d. in i860. 



1854] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates hi 

King, Shelby, (Soph.), minister, Marlin, Tex. 

1853, Mcutevallo; s. Edmund King and Nancy Ragan; b. May 13, 1835; Pastor 
of Baptist churches in Miss and Texas; m. Mary McClurg, Perry Co. 

Lea, William Jones, (Soph.), planter, Mobile. 

1854, Mobile; s. Martin A. Lea, Marion, and Afia Kennon; b. Dec. 25, 1836; 
A. B., Univ. of N. C, 1857; Lieut., Carpenter's Battery, then Capt., C. S. A.; m. 
Eliza Thorn Woodcock, Mobile, April 3, 1861. 

*Lowe, Robert Joseph, (Soph.), lawyer, Huntsville. 

1852, Huntsville; s. Gen. Bartley M. Lowe and Sarah Sophia Manning; b. July 
II, 1836; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1859; Member ist Co., 4th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; 
m. Mattie Holden; d. 1864. 

*Moody, Edwin Francis, (Fr.), lawyer and author. Meridian, 
Miss. 

1853, Jackson, Miss.; s. Edwin Moody, Jackson, Miss., and Mary Holliday 
Walker; b. Nov. zj, 1833; Quartermaster Dept., C. S. A.; m. Mary E. Applegate; d. 
Feb. 8, 1900. 

*Nott, Henry Junius, (Fr.), Mobile. 

1854, Mobile; s. Dr. Josiah Clark Nott, New York, and Sarah Deas; b. Jan. 18, 
1838; A. B., S. C. Col., 1857; Private, C. S. A.; d. in 1861. 

*Nott, James Deas, (Soph.), Mobile. 

1852, Mobile; s. of Dr. Josiah Clark Nott, New York, and Sarah Deas; b. June 
10, 1836; Lieut., C. S. A.; Killed at Battle of Chickamauga. 

*Ormond, William Banks, (Jun.), Tuscaloosa. 

1851, Tuscaloosa; s. John J. Ormond and Minerva Jenkins Banks; b. Jan. 11, 
1836; d. Oct. 16, 1854. 

Owen, George Washington, (Soph.), merchant, Columbus, Miss. 

1853, Mobile; s. Franklin Lewis Owen, Mobile, and Elizabeth Maury; b. July 
20, 1837; Private, 21st Reg., Ala. Vol., C. S. A. 

*Pegues, Samuel Wilds, (Soph.), planter, Selma. 

1853, Liberty Hill, Dallas Co.; s. Christopher B. Pegues, Liberty Hill, and 
Eliza Hodges Evans; b. April 8, 1836; A. B., Univ. of Miss; Capt., Co. D, 3rd Ala. 
Reg., C. S. A.; m. Annie Elizabeth Sanders; d. Oct. 20, 1900. 

Perry, William Green, (Soph.), planter, Nesbitt, Tex. 

1853, Montevallo; s. Jacob Perry, Montevallo, and Sarah McLeroy; b. March 
20, 1833; LL. B., Cumberland Univ., Lebanon, Tenn., 1856; Coroner and Sheriff, 
Shelby Co., 183S; Pri\ate, C. S. A., 1862-63; Capt. and Chaplain, 44th Ala., 1864-65; 
Minister, Ala. Conference, M. E. Church, South, 1860-72; Texas Conference, 1873; 
Since 1873 a local preacher in Texas Conference; m. (i) Nancy Catherine Nabors, 
Summerfield, April 9, 1857, (2) Martha Lucretia Skains, Mt. Ida, Sept. i, 1867. 

*Pierce, Thomas William, (Soph.), physician, Knoxville. 

1853, Eutaw; s. William F. Pierce, Eutaw, and Mary Edwards Ratcliffe; b. 
Dec. 25, 1836; M. D., Univ. of Va.; Surgeon, C. S. A.; Merchant, 1893-98; ra. (i) 
Emma Williford, Forkland, Sept. 15, 1859, (2) Pattie Kimbrough, Knoxville, Oct. 17, 
1894; d. June I, 1898. 



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Randolph, Edward Brett, (Fr.), lawyer, Montgomery. 

1853, Montgomery; s. Benjamin F. Randolph and Anna Page Corbin; b. March 
4, 1837; Capt., C. S. A., 1863-65; Planter; m. (i) Corinne Albert Pickett, Dec. 14, 
1858, (2) Mary Amanda Sayre, Jan. 8, 1874. 

*Sellers, Calvin Cook, (Fr.), teacher, Steadham. 

i8s3, Camden; b. Mar. 4, 1837; Student Univ. of N. C, 1854-56; d. 1900. 



Smith, Samuel Laban, (Jun.) 

1851, Wacahootie, Fla.; s. Jacob Smith; b. March 23, 1834. 

*Snedecor, Isaac Newton, (Soph.), merchant, Birmingham. 

1853, Mt. Hebron, Greene Co.; s. Col. James Snedecor, Mt. Hebron, and Sallie 
Great; b, July 16, 1833; Private, C. S. A.; Merchant at Sawyerville, then lumber 
business, Birmingham; m. Martha J. Horton, Pleasant Ridge, March 20, 1870; d. 
Feb. 13, 189— 

Steele, Daniel, (Fr.) 

1853, Mulberry; s. John Steele; b. July 19, 1836. 

Steele, William Angelo, (Soph.), accountant. New Orleans, La. 

1852, Huntsville; s. George Steele, Huntsville, and Eliza Weaver; b. Feb. 16, 
1836; Cashier, "Dixie Works," manufacturing wagons and harness for C. S. A.; City 
Treasurer, Canton, Miss., 1866-70; Cashier U. S. Mint, New Orleans, 1878-80; Chief 
Clerk, i88i-86; m. Kate Murphy, Huntsville, Sept. 15, 1859. 

Toulmin, Harry Theophilus, (Soph.), lawyer, Mobile. 

1852, Mobile; s. Theophilus Lindsay Toulmin and Amante E. Juzan; b. March 
4. 1835; Private, April to Sept., 1861, Lieut., Sept. to Nov., 1861, Capt., Nov., 1861 
to Sept., 1863, Major, Sept., 1863, to Nov., 1863, Lieut-Col., Nov., 1863, to July, 1864: 
Col., July, 1864, to April, 1865, C. S. A.; Presidential Elector, Ala., 1868; Rep., Gen, 
Assem., Ala., 1870-72; Judge, 6th Jud. Circuit, Ala., 1874-80; U. S. Dist. Judge 

Southern Dist., Ala., 1887 ; Trustee Ala. Med. Col.; m. Mary Montague Hen' 

shaw, Claiborne, May 4, 1869. 

*Walker, Robert James, (Fr.), physician, Tuscaloosa. 

1853, Tuscaloosa; s. Robert B. Walker and Eliza F. Spiller; b. Jan. 12, 1836; 
M. D., Med. Col., Augusta, Ga. ; Asst. Surgeon, C. S. A.; m. Alice Rosser, Tuscaloosa 
Co., 1867; d. July, 1894. 

Wallace, Robert Craddock, (Soph.), Carlton, Tex. 

1852, Tuscaloosa; s. Judge James Brandon Wallace and Caroline Craddock; 
b. Oct. 6, 1836. 

*Weeden, William, (Soph.), lawyer, Huntsville. 

1852, Huntsville; s. William Weeden, Huntsville, and Jane E. Urquhart; b. 
May 12, 1836; LL. B., 1856, Centre Col., Ky.; Capt., C. S. A.; Solicitor, Madison Co., 
1870-73; d. Feb. 13, 1889. 

*Williford, Meaday May, (Fr.), planter, Forkland. 

1853, Forkland, Greene Co.; s. Elijah Williford, Tuscaloosa Co., and Permelia 
May; b. Jan. 19. 1837; Private in Virginia Army, C." S. A.; m. Mary High, Forkland; 
d. 1868. 



1855] Graduates with Titled Degrees 113 

Winn, Henry Jasper, (Soph.), physician, Clarendon, Tex. 

1853, Demopolis; s. Asa B. Winn and Ann Robertson; b. Feb. lo, 1836; M. D., 
New Orleans; Surgeon, C. S. A.; Health officer, Jefferson Co.; Postmaster, Birming- 
ham, 1885-88; m. (i) Eliza Ellerbe, (2) Mrs. . 

*Witherspoon, Thomas Dwight, (Soph.), minister, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 

1853, Pontotoc, Miss.; s. Robert Franklin Witherspoon, Greensboro, and Sarah 
Agnes Fulton; b. Jan. 17, 1836; A. B., 1856, U. of Miss., A. M., i866, D. D., 1868, 
LL. D., 1884; Student Columbia Sem., 1856-59; Pastor, Oxford, Miss., 1859-65; Chap- 
lain, C. S. A., 1861-65; Memphis, Tenn., 1865-70; Christianburg, Va., 1870-71; Chap- 
lain, U. of Va., 1871-73; Petersburg. Va., 1873-82; Louisville, Ky., 1882-91; Richmond, 
Ky., 1891-97; Prof., Central Univ., Ky., 1891-93; Louisville Presb. Theolog. Sem., 
1893-98; m. Charlotte Vernon Ingram, Oxford, Miss., Jan. 18, 1866; d. Nov. 3, 1898. 

Witherspoon, Thomas Minto, (Soph.), planter, Myrtlewood. 

1853, Pontotoc, Miss.; s. James Minto Witherspoon, Linden, and Mary A. Dick; 
b. Jan. 22, 1837; A. B., Univ. of Miss., 1856; Lieut, Co. A, nth Ala. Reg., C. S. A., 
1863-65. 

*Wood, Ashley Clinton, (Soph.), lawyer, , Tex, 

1853, Fayetteville; s. John Wood; 0. July 10. 1831; Privare, sist Ala. Inf., 
C. S. A.; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1870-71, 1875-76; m. M. J. Brooks, S. C, March 10, 
1857; d. 188 — . 

Wood, Felix, (Soph.) 

1853, Columbus, Miss.; s. J. M. Wood; b. July 2, 1833. 

*Wooley, James Foster, (Jun.), lawyer, Fayette. 

1 85 1, Foster's; s. Allen Wooley, Izzard Co., Ark., and Matilda Ann Foster; b. 
July 3, 1833; Law Student, Lebanon, Tenn.; Private, C. S. A.; d. in Prison, 186 — . 

1855. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

Clark, Joseph Pickens, A. B., A. M., '56, planter, Eutaw. 

1853, Eutaw; s. James Blair Clark, Eutaw, and Mary Erwin; b. Jan. 29, 1836; 
Private, Co. B, nth Ala., C. S. A., 1861-62; Mayor of Eutaw, 1865, 1873-75; Clerk, 
Circuit Court, Greene Co., 1877-80; m. Lyrene Barclay Hughes, Eutaw, Jan. 

14, 1864. 

Cobbs, Richard Hooker, A. B., A. M., '58, minister, Greensboro. 

1851, Montgomery; s. Nicholas Hamner Cobbs, Montgomery, and Lucy H. L. 
Cobbs; b. Sept. 7, 1835; D. D., Centre Col., Ky., 1872; Secretary Diocesan Council of 
Ala.; Rector St. Paul's Church, Greensboro; m. Fanny A. Avery, Greensboro, May 

15, 1862. 

*Cooke, James Jarvis, A. B., A. M., '58, merchant. Mobile. 

1851, Mobile; s. R. G. Cooke; b. Aug. 22, 1833; Private, 3rd Ala. Inf. Reg., 
C. S. A.; m. Annie L. Powell, Montgomery, Dec. 27, i860; Killed in battle Boones- 
boro, Md., Sept. 17, 1862. 

*Foster, Jesse Green, A. B., Tuscaloosa. 

1851, Tuscaloosa; s. John L. S. Foster, Starkville, Miss., and Susan Hollifield; 
b. Jan. 27, 1834; Accepted as Missionary to Africa by Baptist Foreign Mission Board; 
d. June 13, 1855. 



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*Friend, Nathaniel, A. B., A. M., physician, Lampasas, Tex. 

1851, Boligee, Greene Co.; s. Dr. N. G. Friend; b. Aug. 6, 1834; Prof, of 
Chem., Howard Col., 1856-57; M. D., 1857, Univ. of Pa.; Surgeon, rank Major, C. S. 
A.; Supt. of Education, Greene Co., 1865-66; m. Minnie Harrison, Greene Co., May 8, 
1864; d. Nov. 27, 1877. 

Gaines, Reuben Reid, A. B., lawyer, Austin, Tex. 

1852, Williams Cross Roads, Choctaw Co.; s. Joab Gaines, Choctaw Co., and 
Lucinda McDavid; b. Oct. 30, 1836; LL. B., 1857, Cumberland Univ., Lebanon, Tenn.; 
Adjutant, 3rd Ala. Cav., C. S. A., 1862-63; Asst. Adjutant Gen., Morgan's Brigade, 
Allen's Division, 1863-64; Asst. Adjutant Gen., Allen's Cav. Division, 1864-65; Judge, 
6th Judicial Dist, Tex., 1876-85; Jtidge, Supreme Court, Tex., 1886-89; Chief Justice 
Supreme Court, Tex., 1899 ; m. Louisa Shortridge, Montevallo, March, 1859. 

Gamble, William Gaston, A. B., physician, Guntown, Miss. 

1853, Prairie Bluff, Wilcox Co.; b. March 9, 1834; M. D., 1859, Univ. of La.; 
Surgeon, C. S. A.; m. Iva Nona Agnew, Sept. 17, 1872. 

Gladney, William Hervey, A. B., teacher, Hamburg, Ark. 

1852, Aberdeen, Miss.; s. Richard Strong Gladney and Jane Amanda 
McMillan; b. Aug. 22, 1835; Prof. Math., West Tenn. Col., 1877; Pres. Milan Col., 
Tenn., 1874; Prin. Hamburg High School, 1882; Central High School, Bastrop, La., 
1890; Lake Providence, La., 1892; Admitted to bar, Jackson, Tenn., 1872; m. Lizzie 
Barnes, Ashley Co., Ark. 

Jackson, Benjamin Walter, A. B., merchant, Mexia, Tex. 

1852, Selma; s. F. S. Jackson, Palestine, Tex., and Margaret Susan Gee; b. 
Sept. 16, 1835; Planter; m. (i) Ellen E. Douglass, (2) Ellen T. Robinson. 

*Jones, Jasper Jefferson, A. B., lawyer, Scottsboro. 

1851, Bolivar, Jackson Co..; s. Charles Smitlison Jones, Jackson Co., and Delia 
Jones; b. Jan. 24, 1832; LL. B., Lebanon, Tenn.; Capt., then Major, i8th Battalion, 
Ala. Vol., C. S. A.; Solicitor, Jackson Co., two terms; m. Maggie Warwick, Hunts- 
ville; d. Feb. 6, 1878. 

*Jones, John Archibald, A. B., teacher, Lexington, Mo. 

« 1851, Montgomery; s. Amos Jones, Mobile, and Elizabeth Holmes; b. April 14, 
1831; Tutor, Latin and Greek, U. of Ala., 1855-56; Prof. Math., A. C. F. Col., Tuske- 
gee, 1856-58; Sec. Cotton Mills, Scottsville, Ala.; Capt., Major, Lieut.-Col., and Col., 
44th Ala. Reg., C. S. A., 1861-65; Planter, Wilcox Co.; Prin. of Academies at Carthage, 
Havana, Uniontcwn and Faunsdale, Ala.; Supt. of Education, Hale Co., 1876-80; 
Pres., Dalton, Ga., F. Col., 1885-89; Sec. Faculty, Central Col., Lexington, Mo., 
1889-96; m. Mary Vincent Scott, Tuscaloosa, May 12, 1856; d. March 20, 1896. 

Kennedy, William Leroy, A. B., A. M., '58, minister, Beaumont, 
Tex. 

1852, Greene Co.; s. Dr. William P. Kennedy and Elizabeth A. Means; b. Sept. 
15) 1831; B. D., Princeton Theolog. Sam., 1858; Pastor of Presbyterian churches at 
Burton's Hill, 1858-62; Tuscaloosa, 1868-70; Birmingham, 1870-73; San Marcas, Tex., 
1875-81; Hopewell, Miss., 1881-84; Huntsville, Tex., 1884-91; San Antonio, 1891-94- 
m. (i) Parmelid B. Hughes, Greene Co., Ala., (2) Willie R. Cocke, Tex. 

Little, George, A. B., A. M., '56, druggist, Tuscaloosa. 

1851, Tuscaloosa; s. John Little, Sr., and Barbara Kerr; b. Feb. ii, 1838; 
Ph. D., 1859, Univ. of Goettingen, Germany; Prof. Nat. Science, Oakland Col., Miss., 



1855] Graduates with Titled Degrees 115 

1860-61; Private, C. S. A., 1861, Lieut.-Col. and Chief Ordnance officer, Hardee's 
Corps, C. S. A., 1865; State Geol. of Miss., 1866-70; Prof. Mineralogy and Geol., 
U. of Miss., 1870-74, 1881-89; State Geol. of Ga., 1874-79; Prof. Geol. and Agriculture, 
Univ. of Ga., 1876-78; Geol. FIxpert, Chattanooga, Tenn., 1889-92; Chemist, Botanist, 
Geologist and Druggist, Tuscaloosa, 1892 — ; m. Carrie Pattillo Doak. 

Manly, Charles, A. B., A. M., educator, Lexington, Mo. 

185 1, Tuscaloosa; s. Rev. Dr. Basil Manly and Sarah Murray Rudulph; b. May 
26, 1837; D. D., 187 — , William Jewell Col., Mo.; Pastor, Baptist Church, Tuscaloosa, 
1859-71, Murfreesboro, Tenn., 1871-73, Staunton, Va., 1873-80, Greenville, S. C, 
iS8o-8i, Belton, S C, 18S2-98, Lexington, Mo., 1898 ; Pres. A. C. F. Col., Tusca- 
loosa, 1862-64, 1S69-71, Union Univ., Murfreesboro, 1871-73, Purman Univ., Green- 
ville, S. C, 1881-97; Teacher, Patrick Inst., Anderson, S. C, 1897-98; m. Mary Esther 
Hellen Matthews, Cuba Station, Ala., Nov. 16, 1864. 

*Monette, James Wilkins, A. B., planter, Sawyerville. 

1851, Hollow Square, Greene Co.; s. William Fletcher Monette and Mary 
Elizabeth Sims; b. August s. 1833; Lieut., 40th Ala., C. S. A.; m. Mary Clifton Seay, 
Sawyerville; d. at "Oakland," Hale Co., Sept. 27, 1870. 

*Parker, Osborne, A. B., A. M., '58, teacher, Tuscaloosa. 

1853, Monroe Co.; s. Asa Parker and Flora Graham; b. Jan. ii, 1832; Pres., 
Tuscaloosa F. Col., 1857; m. Mary Owen, Tuscaloosa; d. i860. 

Parker, William Asa, A. B., A. M., '58, LL. D., teacher, Univer- 
sity. 

1833, Monroeville; s. Asa Parker and Flora Graham; b. Jan. 18, 1835; Prof, 
of Greek, Howard Col., 185S-61; ist Lieut, of Artillery, C. S. A.; Prof. Greek, U. of 

Ala., 1871-73; Modern Languages, 1874-98; Prof. German, 1898 ; m. Martba 

English Foster, Monroeville, April 3, 1862. 

Perrin, Robert, A. B., lawyer, Williams, Ariz. 

1852, Forkland, Greene Co.; s. George G. Perrin and Adaline Burt; b. June 24, 
1836; Lieut., Fovvler's Battery, C. S. A.; Owner of Sheep Ranch and Banker. 

Pratt, Richard Hopkin, A. B., A. M., '71, teacher. Six Mile. 

1852, Six Mile, Bibb Co.; s. Absalom Pratt, Centreville, and Mary Dickinson; 
b. Dec. 17, 1829; Capt., 20th Ala. Reg., C. S. A., afterwards Lieut.-Col. of same; 

Supt. of Education, Bibb Co., 1896 ; m. (i) Amanda Suttle, Centreville, Feb., 

1857, (2) Arvegena Peters, Six Mile, Oct. 21, 1872. 

*Richardson, John Taylor, A. B., lawyer, Paris, Tex. 

1851, Clinton; s. Griel Richardson, Clinton, and Drusilla Taylor; b. August 31, 
1833; Lawyer and Real Estate Agent; m. Cornelia Brown, Columbus, Miss., 1869; d. 
at Lexington, Ind. Ten, July, 1893. 

*Scott, Thomas James, A. B., lawyer, Montgomery. 

1852, Montgomery; s. Alfred V. Scott, Washington, D. C, and Mary B'bb; 
b. July 20, 1836; Law Student, Univ. of Va. ; Private, Co. A, Mobile Cadets, C. S. A.; 
Killed battle Seven Pines, Va., May 25, 1862. 

Tate, Walter, A. B., A. M., '60, real estate, Pensacola, Fla. 

1852, Uchee, Ru-^sell Co.; s. John Ball Tate, Russell Co., and Rebecca Pitts; 
b. March 20, 1834; LL. B., 1856, Lebanon, Tenn.; Private, C. S. A.; County Judge, 
Pensacola, 1880-86; U. S. Commissioner, 1880-85; Admitted to bar in Memphis, Tenn., 



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Practiced first in Memphis, then Camden, Ala., then in Pensacola, Fla. ; m. (i) Sally 
Brooks Sterrett, Camden, May 2T, 1862, (2) Annie Washington Blount, Pensacola, 
Nov. 29, 1883. 

*Yerby, Miles Hassell, A. B., A. M., '58, teacher, Greensboro, 

1852, Tuscaloosa; s. John Yerby, Prescott, Ark., and Ann Coram Hassell; b. 
June 17, 1829; County Supt. of Education, Hale Co., 1866-74; Pres., Soule Univ., Chap- 
pell Hill, Tex., 1878-1880; m. Susan Callie Gibson, Greensboro, Jan. 8, 1856; d. Nov. 
10, 1900. 

1855. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

Burke, Malcolm Clayton, (Jun.), lawyer, Montgomery. 

1 85 1, Tuscaloosa; s. Thomas Jefferson Burke, Tuscaloosa, and Sarah Francis 
Owen; b. July 14, 1836; Asst. Prof., U. of Ala., 1861-62; Capt. of Artillery, C. S. A., 
1862-65; Mayor, Demopolis, 1882-84; Supt. Education, Marengo Co., 1878-80; Auditor, 
Ala., 1884-88; Claim Agent, L. & N. R. R.; m. Anna Ida Inge, Tuscaloosa, Dec. 
7, i86s. 

*Carpenter, Samuel Thompson, (Soph.), Eutaw. 

1854, Eutavif, Gi-eene Co.; s. Nathan Carpenter; b. Nov. 13, 1835; Killed in 
C. S. A. 

*Coleman, John Robert, (Soph.) 

1854, Hopewell, Greene Co.; b. June 10, 1834; d. 18 — . 

*Donoho, Charles Osceolo, (Fr.), Mobile. 

1853, Tuscaloosa; s. Harry Donoho and Elvira Brown; b. April 6, 1838; m. 
Miss English, Mobile; d. many years ago. 

Gavin, Absalom H., (Soph.) 

1854, Pickensville; s. John E. Gavin; b. May 7, 1835. 



Gavin, George Poindexter, (Soph.) 

1854, Pickensville; s. John E. Gavin; b. April 13, 1834. 

*Haley, John D., (Fr.), merchant, Northport. 

1854, Northport; s. James Haley and Sarah ; b. Nov. 25, 1834; ni- 

Kittie Palmer, Northport, 1859; d. about 1887. 

*Harris, Lee Slaughter. (Fr.), teacher, Wahalak, Miss. 

i8ss, Wahalak, Kemper Co., Miss.; s. Dr. Benjamin G. Harris and Louisa 
Northroup; b. Aug. 18, 1836; Private, C. S. A.; d. 18 — . 

*Hawthorne, Richard Franklin, (Soph.), physician, New Orleans, 
La. 

1854, Belleville, Conecuh Co.; s. T. J. Hawthorne, Allenton, and K. E. King; 
b. Sept. 20, 1835; M. D., Bellevue, N. Y., 1861; Asst. Surgeon, rank Major, C. S. A.; 
Physician and Picf. Med. Dept., Tulane Univ.; d. Feb. 24, 1876. 

*Hitt, Adolphus John, (Fr.) 

i8s4, Gainesville; s. Rev. J. M. Hitt; b. Dec. 18, 1835; d. 18—. 



1855] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 117 

Hodo, Augustus Peter, (Fr.), agent, Reform. 

1854, Reform, Pickens Co.; s Baldwin Henry Hodo and Nancy Williams; b. 
Sept. 18, 1833; A. B., Uniy. of Ga., 1858; Planter, Teacher and Agent. 

* Jolly, John Jefferson, (Soph.), lawyer, Birmingham, Ala. 

1854, Mt. Hebron, Greene Co.; s. Arnold Jolly, Mt. Hebron, and Judith Pear- 
son; b. March 18, 1838; A. M., Franklin Col., Tenn., 1856; Capt., Co. A, 43rd Ala., 
afterwards Major, Lieut.-Col., and Colonel, C. S. A.; Mem. Lower house, Gen. Assem., 
Ala., 1876-77; ir. Susan Watkins Richardson, Murfreesboro, Tenn., April 8, 1858; 
d. May 2, 1881, at Gainesville. 

"•■ Jolly, Matthew Arnold, (Soph.), physician, Mt. Hebron, 

1854, Mt. Hebron, Greene Co.; s. Arnold Jolly, Mt. Hebron, and Judith Pear- 
son; b. Aug. 4, 1835; A. M., Franklin Col., Tenn.; M. D., Philadelphia, 1858; Surgeon- 
in-Chief of Trann-Miss. Dept., C. S. A.; m. Sarah Neely, Scooba, Miss., April 8, 
1868; d. Sept., i8£o. 

*Lewis, George Shortridge, (Soph.), teacher, Montevallo. 

1854, Montevallo; s. Dr. Paul Hamilton Lewis and Elizabeth Shortridge; b. 
Oct. 22, 1836; Member Texas Reg., C. S. A.; Merchant; d. Feb. 19, 1898. 



Manning, George Felix, (Fr.) 

1854, Demopolis; s. Peyton Manning and Sarah Weeden; b. Oct. 27, 1837. 

*Martin, Joshua Lanier, (Fr.), planter, Emory, Tex. 

i'854, Tuscaloosa; s. Judge Peter Martin and Mary Burnley; b. June 7, 1838; 
Private, C. S. A.; m. Emma Blocker; d. 187 — . 

*Meriwether, Joseph Zachery, (Fr.), Springfield. 

1854, Springfield, Greene Co.; s. Dr. Zachery Meriwether and Lucy Meriwether; 
b. Dec. 14, 1835; d. Sept., 1855. 

Randolph, R\land, (Jun.), editor, Birmingham. 

1854, Clinton, Greene Co.; s. Victor M. Randolph, Blount Springs, and Augusta 
Ellen Cranberry; b. Oct. 28, 1835; Private and ist Lieut., C. S. A.; Rep., Gen. Assem., 
Ala., 1869-70; Retired Editor; m. Catherine Clay Withers, Tuscaloosa, Feb. 2, 1870. 

*Robinson, Cornelius, (Soph.), merchant, Montgomery. 

1854, Lowndesboro; s. William Robinson; b. Jan. 17, 1836; Private, C. S. A.; 
d. Nov., 1897. 

*Showalter, Joseph Clarence Marsteller, (Fr.), physician, Balti- 
more. 

1855, Uniontown; s. Dr. E. R. Showalter; b. June 7, 1837; M. D., Baltimore; 
d. 187—. 

*Shortridge, George Dallas, (Soph.), lawyer, Selma. 

1854, Montevallo; s. Hon. George Davis Shortridge and King; b. 

July 23, T837; ist Lieut., C. S. A.; m. Victoria E. Echols, Selma, June 8, 1862; d. 
at Montevallo, Aug. 29, 1868. 



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* Wallace, James Brandon, (Soph.), student, Tuscaloosa. 

1852, Tuscaloosa; s. James Brandon Wallace and Caroline Craddock; b. March 
25, 1834; d- at Univ. of Va., April 23, 1856. 

Whitehead, William Davis, (Soph.) 

1854, Middleton, Carroll Co., Miss.; s. W. W. Whitehead; b. April 6, 1835. 



1856. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

*Cockrell, Nathan Elams, A. B., editor, Livingston. 

1854, Livingston; s. Dempsey Cockrell and Millicent Carpenter; b. Sept. 27, 
1833; Editor and Proprietor "Livingston Messenger;" d. June 3, 1859. 

Cunningham, Robert, A. B., traveling salesman, Birmingham. 

i8s3, Burnt Corn, Marengo Co.; s. Dr. William Cunningham, Burnt Corn, and 
Mary Cunningham; b. May 3, 1837; Lieut. Co. H, 2nd Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; Rep., Gen. 
Assem., Ala., 1876-77; Ala. Representative Preston and Stauffer, New Orleans, since 
1877; m. (i) Sarah Stallworth, Pineville, Oct., 1857, (2) Bettie Finch, Chase City, Va., 
July, 1874, (3) Susie Everhart, Decatur, Ga., Oct., 1890. 

*DeVotie, Noble Leslie, A. B., minister, Selma. 

1853, Marion; s. Rev. Dr. J. H. DeVotie and Margaret Christian Noble; b. 
Jan. 24, 1838; Student Princeton Theolog. Sem., 1856-59; Pastor, ist Baptist Church, 
Selma, 1859-61; Chaplain, C. S. A.; Founder of S. A. E. Fraternity; Drowned at Fort 
Morgan, Mobile Bay, Feb. 12, 1861. 

*Foster, Wade, A. B., merchant, Marshall, Tex. 

1853, Foster's, Tuscaloosa Co.; s. Robert Savidge Foster and Ann Tompkins; 
b. March 7, 1838; Prin. Starkeville, Miss., High School; Private, C. S. A.; m. Sarah 
Bell, Starkeville, Miss., Nov. 11, 1857; d. Feb. 15, 1867. 

Garrett, James Jackson, A. B., A. M., '59, lawyer, Birmingham. 

1853, Forkland; s. Harry Walton Garrett and Sarah Sasnette; b. March 13, 
1836; LL. D., 1894, Southern Univ.; Private, Ordnance Sgt. and Lieut., 44th Ala., 
C. S. A.; Prof., Centenary Inst., Summerfield, 1860-61; m. Leah Celia Walton, Galla- 
tin, Tenn., May 6, 1875. 

^Hargrove, Abdrew Coleman, A. B., A. M., lawyer, Tuscaloosa, 

1852, Tuscaloosa; s. John Hargrove, Tuscaloosa, and Martha Hinton; b. Dec. 
18, 1S36; LL. B., 1859, Harvard Univ.; Lieut., Lumsden Battery, C. S. A.; Member 
Ala. Constitu. Convention, 1875; State Senator, 1876-84; Rep., Gen. Assem., 1884-85; 
Pres. State Senate, 1888-92; Member of Commission to select University Lands, 1884; 
Univ. Land Commissioner, 1885-95; Prof, of Law, U. of Ala., 1888-95; ni. Cherokee 
Mims Jemison, Dec. s> 1865; d. Dec. 6, 1895. 

Harris, John James, A. B., A. M., minister, Faunsdale. 

1852, Tuscaloosa; s. Richard N. Harris, Tuscaloosa, and Amanda M. Banks; 
b. June 10, 1837; LL. B., Cumberland Univ., Tenn.; ist and 2nd Lieut., and District 
Supt., Nitre and Mining Bureau, C. S. A.; Clerk Circuit Court, Tuscaloosa Co., 
1875-82; Mayor of Tuscaloosa; Quartermaster, U. of Ala., 1882-98; Lawyer, now 
Minister Episcopal Church; Rector at Faunsdale, 1901; m. Margaret L. Fitts, River- 
dale, Dec. 18, 1881. 



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*Kerr, John Webb, A. B., lawyer, St. Louis, Mo. 

1852, Greensboro; s. John P. Kerr; b. March 7, 1835; LL. B., Harvard Col., 
1858; d. 189S. 

*Lee, Paul Cornelius, A. B., physician, Montgomery. 

1853, Carlcwville; s. Dr. Jacob Martin Lee and Rebecca Ballard Fishburne; 
b. Jan. 10, 1835; M. D., 1858, Univ. of Pa.; Surgeon, C. S. A.; m. Bettie Scott Pol- 
lard, Montgomery, Nov. 9, i860; d. March 13, 1875. 

*Martin, John Mason, A. B., A. M., '75> lawyer, Tuscaloosa. 

1852, Tuscaloosa; s. Joshua Lanier Martin and Sara Mason; b. Jan. 20, 1838; 
A. B., 1856, A. M., 1859, and LL. D., 1886, Centre Col., Ky.; LL. D., Central U., 1878; 
LL. D., Georgetown Univ.; State Senator and Pres. of Senate, 1873-76; Rep., 49th 
Congress, 6th Dist. of Ala., 1885-87; Prof, of Law, U. of Ala., 1875-86; m. Lucy C. 
Peck, Tuscaloosa; d. in Bowling Green, Ky., June 16, 1898. 

Morrissett, Edmund Pendleton, A. B., lawyer, Montgomery. 

1853, Bell's Landing, Monroe Co.; s. John Morrissett and Frances Gaines; b. 
Jan. 31, 1837; Piivate, C. S. A.; Member Board of Visitors, U. S. N. Acad., June, 
1895; ™- Katie Hutcheson, March 26, 1873. 

*Rhodes, Josias Duckett, A. B., teacher, Green Pond. 

1853, Marion; s. P. D. Rhodes, Perry Co.; b. April 12, 1829; d. near Meridian, 
Miss., Nov., 1 88 1. 

Sbmerville, Henderson Middleton, A. B., A. M., '59, LL. D., '87, 
lawyer. New York. 

1852, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. James Somerville, Tuscaloosa, and Helen Glassell 
Wallace; b. March 30, 1837; LL. D, Georgetown, Ky., Col., 1878, South Western 
Univ., 1885, Cumberland Univ., Tenn., 1859; Editor "Memphis Appeal," 1859-62; 
Instructor in Math., U. of Ala., 1862-65; Founder of, Prof, and Lecturer, Law School, 
U. of Ala., 1873-90; Asso. Justice Supreme Court of Ala., 1880-90; Trustee Ala. 
Insane Hosp., 1876-93; Pres. N. Y. Medico-Legal Society, 1892-93; Member Peabody 
Board Educa. since 1890; Now Chairman of National Board of Customs; m. (1) 
Cornelia Banks Harris, Tuscaloosa, March, 1862, (2) Mrs. Mary Saville {nee Wyman), 
August, 1881, Montgomery. 

Yancey, Benjamin Cunningham, A. B., planter, Santa Barbara, 
Brazil. 

1854, Montgomery; s. William Lowndes Yancey and Sarah Caroline Earle; b. 
July 30, 1836. 

Young, John Wesley, A. B., merchant and planter, Jackson. 

1853, Rehoboth, Wilcox Co.; s. Henry Young, Rehoboth, and Frances Vaughan; 
b. July 4, 1835; Prin. Rehoboth Male Acad., 1856-57; Private, Co. I, 3rd Ala. Reg. 
Vol., C. S. A.; m. (i) Sarah Josephine Chapman, Dallas Co., Dec. 14, 1858, (2) Mar- 
garet Amelia Greer, Marengo Co., Oct. 16, 1861. 

1856. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

*Adams, Benjamin Carter, (Soph.), planter, Catherine. 

1855, Uniontown; s. Richard H. Adams, Christianburg, Va., and Anna Carter 
Harrison; b. Dec. 17, 1838; Major, Rodes Division, C. S. A.; m. (i) Maria Minge, 



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Mobile, July, 1865, (2) Mrs. Sallie B. Whitehead {nee McCreary), Lawrence Co., 
June 9, 1891; d. Dec. 17, 1900. 

Baker, William Henry, (Soph.) 

1856, Elyton; s. Jacob H. Baker; b. August 8, 1834. 

*Bealle, Reason Augustus, (Fr.), planter, Foster's. 

i855> Foster's, Tuscaloosa Co.; s. Charles Simmons Bealle and Caroline S. 
Martin; b. June 15, 1837; Private, C. S. A.; d. in Mil. Ser. at Manassas, Va., Nov. 
26, 1861. 

Boykin, Robert James, (Jun.), lawyer. Ft. Worth, Tex. 

iSss, Portland; s. Burwell Boykin, Portland, and Maria Shortridge; b. Jan. 
3, 1840; Orderly Sgt, King's La. Bat., 1862; Adjt., 1863-65, C. S. A.; County Judge, 
Milan Co., Tex., 1878-80; Special Dist. Judge, 17th Judicial Dist., 1889-90; m. (i) 
Janie F. Files, New Orleans, December, i860, (2) Mattie L. Tucker, Cameron, Tex., 
November, 1879. 

Burnham, Newton E., (Fr.) 

.1855, Scott Co., Miss. 

Camak, David Barton, (Fr.) 

1855, Havana; s. David Camak; b. Jan. 27, 1838. 

*Cook, Joseph David, (Jun.), teacher, Kemper, Miss. 

1853, Butler, Choctaw Co.; s. John P. Cook, Butler, and Poly Ford; b. Dec. 
19, 1835; Lieut., C. S. A.; m. Carrie Kemp, Mt. Sterling, Aug., i860; d. about 1887. 

Cook, Thomas Chappell, (Jun.), physician, Weimar, Tex. 

1853, Fairfield, Pickens Co.; s. Major Cook and Mary Wicks jarvis; b. Sept. 
19, 1836; A. B., Princeton, 1857, A. M., 1859; M. D., Univ. of Pa., 1859; Asst. Sur- 
geon, I St Heavy Artillery, C. S. A.; U. S. Examining Surgeon Army and Navy, 
Pension Dept., 1888-93; Member Texas Leg., 1885-86; m. Margaret Jane Windham, 
Fairfield, Sept. 19, i860. 

*Cunningham, William H., (Soph.), physician. Burnt Corn. 

1854, Burnt Corn, Conecuh Co.; s. Dr. William Cunningham and Mary Cun- 
ningham; b. Nov. 26, 1839; M. D., Tulane, i860; Asst. Surgeon, C. S. A.; d. on 
Steamer "Silver Cloud" on trip from Houston to Galveston, Tex., Sept. 21, 1866. 

*Dennis, Samuel Marion, (Jun.), lawyer, Columbus, Tex. 

1854, Richmond, Dallas Co.; s. Samuel Dennis and Martha Capehart; b. Dec. 
24, 1834.; Student Princeton, 1856-57; Private, C. S. A.; Captured at battle of Stone 
River, Mo., and d. in Federal Prison at St. Louis, Mo., 1864. 

deYampert, Thomas Webb, (Soph.), agent, Montgomery. 

185s, Marion, Perry Co.; s. Lucius Quintus Cincinnatus deYampert and Par- 
thenia Webb; b. May 11, 1835; School Land Agent of Alabama; m. Anna Maria Tur- 
pin, Marion, May 10, 1862. 

*deYampert, William Benjamin, (Soph.), planter, Hamburg, Ark. 

1855, Marion, Perry Co.; s. Lucius Quintus Cincinnatus deYampert and Par- 
thenia Webb; b. May 11, 1837; Lieut., C. S. A.; m. Emma T. Portis, Suggsville, May 
II, 1864; d. July, 1892. 



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^Ferguson, William Joseph, (Fr.), drummer, Birmingham. 

1854, Summeifield; s. Frederick Guthrie Ferguson, Tuskegee, and Lucinda 
Hale; b. Nov. 14, 1836; Private, 3rd Ala. and 45th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; Drummer for 
New York houses for twenty years; d. Nov., 1893. 

*Fitts, Phillip Augustus, (Soph.), minister, Franklin, Tenn. 

1854, Mobile; s, John Fitts and Virginia W. Aylette; b. April ig, 1839; D. D., 
1893, Univ. of South; Lawyer, 1860-72; Ordained Priest, Episcopal Church, 1873; 
Rector at Birmingham, 1873-75, Clarksville, Tenn., 1875-86, Anniston and Henderson, 
Ky.; m. Sophia Holland Cochrane, Tuscaloosa, April 10, 1861; d. Sept. 5, 1900. 

Garvin, Robert Madison, (Soph.), , Miss. 

1854, Romulus, Tuscaloosa; s. Major R. M. Garvin, Romulus; b. Jan. 8, 1837. 

Harkness, Robert Marion, (Fr.), merchant, Pearsall, Tex. 

185s, Clinton, Greene Co.; s. William Baskin Harkness, Clinton, and Sarah 
Bizzell; b. April 11, 183S; ist Lieut, and Adj., 36th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; Rep., Gen. 
Assem., Tex., 1882-84; Judge, Commissioner, Supt of Instruction, and now (1901) 
Treasurer Trio Co., Te.x. ; Merchant and Stock Raiser; m. (i) Malissa Head, Clinton, 
June, i860, (2) Sarah J. Rutledge, Clinton, Jan. 18, 1865. 

Howard, Seymour Powell, (Soph.) 

1855, Lowndesboro, Lowndes Co.; s. J. H. Howard; b. Dec. 25, 1837. 

Jones, Robert Benjamin, (Fr.), planter, Panola, Miss. 

1855, Tuscaloosa; s. John B. Jones, Pickens Co., and Cynthia Tucker Eddins; 
b. Oct. II, 1838; ist Lieut., C. S. A.; Sheriff, Panola Co., Miss., 1867-68; Tax 
Assessor, 1895-1900; m. (i) Elizabeth McLeod Shelton, (2) Rosa Whitten. 

Lea, Henry Clinton, (P>.), Galveston, Tex. 

185s, Mobile; s. Martin A. Lea, Marion, Ala., and Afia Kennon; b. Jan. 9, 
1838; Student Univ. of N. C. 1856-58; Capt., C. S. \. 

Lea, Sumter, (Jun.), lawyer, Birmingham. 

1853, Marion; s. Henry C. Lea and Serina Rootes; b. Feb. i6, 1835; Adj. 28th 
Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; Member Constitu. Convention, 1875; R?''-. Gen. Assem., Ala., 
from Dallas Co., 1884-85; m. Susan I. Hill, Cahaba, Dec. 11, i860. 

*Lee, Thomas Fishburne, (Soph.), physician, Tuscaloosa. 

1855, Carlowville, Dallas Co.; s. Dr. Jacob Martin Lee and Rebecca Ballard 
Fishburne; b. April 8, 1837; M. D., Univ. of Pa., i860; m. Lucy J. Foster, Tuscaloosa, 
1856; d. June 22, 1865, at Mobile. 

*McCants, William Walter, (Fr.) 

1855, Bell's Landing, Monroe Co.; s. W. T. McCants; b. Sept. 22, 1837; d. 
in the early 6o's. 

Owen, William Marmaduke, (Fr.), physician, Jonesboro. 

1854, Tuscaloosa; s. Thomas Owen, Tuscaloosa, and Dolly Payne Williams; b. 
Dec. 4, 1835; M. D., 1874. Mobile; Lieut., C. S. A.; m. Nancy Lucretia McAdory. 
Jan. 16, 1866, at Jonesboro. 

*Pearce, Theodore Graves, (Jun.) 

1852, Tuscaloosa; s. James T. Pearce; b. June 22, 1833. 



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*Perrin, Edward Burt, (Soph.), physician, San Francisco, Cal. 

1856, Forkland; s. George G. Perrin and Adaline Burt; A. B., 1858, S. C. Col.; 
M. D., Mobile, 1861; Asst. Surgeon, C. S. A.; Broker; m. (i) Trim Herndon, Eutaw, 
May ID, 1864, (2) , San Francisco, Cal.; d. about 1896. 

Perrin, Napoleon Patterson, (Jun.), merchant, Rhinehart, La. 

1854, Wahalak, Miss.; s. Abner Perrin and Mary Carson Patterson; b. March 
16, 1837; I St Sgt., Co. C, Jeff. Davis Legion, Hampton's Cav., Northern Va., C. S. A.; 
Teacher in various schools; lived in Ark., 1879-99; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ark., 1890; 
Examiner, Sevier and Pike counties. Ark., each two years; Planter; m. Isabella Mose- 
ley, Wahalak, Miss., June 7, i860. 

*Quarles, WilHam Rufus, (Fr.), planter 

1855, Tuscaloosa; s. Samuel W. Quarles and Paulina Calvert; b. Feb. 24, 1839; 
ist Lieut., Co. F, 41st Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; Med. Student at Mobile, 1860-61; d. Aug. 
18, 1872. 

Rogers, William, (Soph.) 

1855, Dayton; s. Enos Rogers; b. Feb. 22, 1837. 

Roper, Samuel Brasher, (Fr.) 

1855, Columbiana; b. March 12, 1834. 

*Roper, Walter Converse, (Jun.) 

1853, Columbiana; b. Dec. 19, 1835; d. April 16, 1856. 

Rudulph, John Barrett, (Sen.), planter. Pleasant Hill. 

1855, Benton; s. Zebulon Rudulph, Jr., and Mary Elizabeth Watson; b. Oct. 

10, 1835; Capt., Major and Colonel, loth Reg., Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; Tax Assessor, 
Dallas Co., 1889-92; m. Virginia Blount, of Macon, Ga., at Tuscaloosa, July 2, 1856. 

^Shields, Samuel Robert, (Soph.), Marlin, Tex. 

1854, Demopolis; s. Benjamin Glover Shields, Marlin, Tex., and Sarah Thomas 
Harwell; b. Nov. 2, 1837; ist Lieut., Cook's Artillery, C. S. A.; d. from yellow fever 
while in Mil. Service at Galveston, Tex., Sept. 4, 1864. 

*Stallworth, Nicholas Chesly, (Fr.), planter, Scranton, Miss. 

1855, Newton Academy, Monroe Co.; s. Joseph Jackson Stallworth and Ophelia 
Crosby; b. Oct. 9, 1837; m. (i) Parthenia Jane Riley, Dec. 22, 1858, (2) Emma Sophie 
Schreiber, Jan. 10, 1887; d. Feb. 20, 1899. 

Tate, John Frederic, (Soph.), teacher, Hurtsboro. 

1854, Uchee, Russell Co.; s. John B. Tate, Uchee, and Rebecca Pitts; b. June 

11, 1838; 2nd, and ist Lieut., Capt., Lieut.-Col., 17th Ala., C. S. A.; Teacher at Uchee, 
one year, Georgiana, one year. Evergreen, four years, Lumpkin, Ga., four years, Mid- 
land, Ga., one year; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1874-76, 1898-1900; also merchant; Clerk 
Census Dept., Washington, 1900- — — ; m. Sarah Turpie Drake. 

*Wilkerson, Joshua Moses, (Fr.), planter, Tuscaloosa. 

1855, Foster's; s. Pressley Hawley Wilkerson, Marion, and Eliza Wyatt Foster; 
b. Dec. 26, 1836. Private, C. S. A.; m. John Ella Darden, Tuscaloosa Co.; d. Sept. 



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♦Wilkerson, Simeon Cornelius, (Fr.), dentist, Tuscaloosa. 

1855, Foster's; s. Pressley Hawley Wilkerson, Marion, and Eliza Wyatt Foster; 
b. May ii, 1839; Capt., i8th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; Planter; m. Nancy Bryson, Macon, 
Miss, April 9, 1863; d. Oct. 15, 1897. 

♦Willingham, Thomas Wesley, ( Soph. ) , teacher, , Tex. 

1855, Gainesville; s. Philip Willingham, Ramsey, and Frances Lee Brown; b. 
Feb. 17, 1835; Private C. S. A.; Killed in battle of the Wilderness, May 6, 1864. 

1857. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

*Bonner, Samuel LaFayette, A. B., physician, Merrange, La. 

1834, Pickens Co.; s. Samuel C. Bonner; b. April 7, 1835; M. D., Univ. of La., 
i860; Asst. Surgeon, C. S. A.; d. June 4, 1894. 

*Brown, Thomas Jefferson, A. B., teacher, Northport. 

1854, Northport; s. John Brown, Tuscaloosa, and Rachel Norris; b. Sept. 6, 
1834; d. Nov. 27, 1861. 

*Bryant, Jacob, A. B., teacher, Suggsville. 

1854, Jackson, Clarke Co.; s. James Bryant, Jackson, and Whisen- 

hurst; b. Nov. 6, 1834; Private, C. S. A.; Killed battle of Wilderness, Va., 1864. 

*Crowell, Benjamin Franklin. A. B., physician, Centreville, Tex. 

1854, Pushmataha, Choctaw Co.; s. Jonas Crowell, Pushmataha, and Jimsy Horn; 
b. May 29, 1837; M. D., 1861, Univ. of La.; Private, C. S. A., 1861-62; Asst. Surgeon, 
1862-65; Moved to Centerville, Tex., 1866; m. Mary Louisa Hill, Carrol Co., Miss., 
March 14, i86i; d. Aug. 7, 1885. 

*Hutchinson, Alfred Holt, A. B., Tuscaloosa. 

1856, Tuscaloosa; s. Joseph J. Hutchinson and Mary A. Jackson; b. Feb. 20, 
1838; ist Lieut, 36th Ala., C. S. A.; Probate Judge, Hale Co., 1867; Pres. Female 
Acad., Greensboro, 1869-70; m. Virginia W. Richardson, of Ky.; d. 1871. 

Hutton, Cornelius Marion, A. B., A. M., '58, minister, Pilot Point, 
Tex. 

i8s4, Clinton; s. William J. Hutton and Ann Callaway; b. Nov. 26, 1835; 
Grad., Theolog. Sem., Columbia, S. C, i860; Pastor Pres. Church, Bethel, i86o-66; 
Chaplain, 36th Reg., Ala. Vol., C. S. A., 1861-65; Pastor, Bethesda Church, 1866-69, 

Pleasant Ridge church, 1870-89, Temple, Tex., 1889, Pilot Point, Tex., 1890 ; 

Teacher, 1869-86, m. (i) E. Jennie Gordon, Union, July 28, 1864, (2) Mrs. Laura 
Burke {nee Daniel), Georgetown, Tex., Aug. 25, 1886. 

*Jones, Bush, A. B., A. M., '59, lawyer, Uniontown. 

1853, Uniontown; b. May 12, 1836; Colonel, s8th Reg., Ala. Vol., C. S. A.; 
Probate Judge, Perry Co., 1865-68; m. Carrie Evans, Uniontown; d. Sept. 27, 1872. 

*Lewis, Burwell Boykin, A. B., LL. D., '80, lawyer, Tuscaloosa. 

1854, Montevallo; s. Dr. Paul Hamilton Lewis and Elizabeth Shortridge; b. 
July 7, 1838; Capt., 2nd Reg., Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1870-72; 
Rep., U. S. Congress, 1875-80; President and Prof. Consti. Law, U. of Ala., 1880-85; 
m. Rose Garland, University, Jan. 21, i860; d. Oct. 11, 1885. 



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McAdory, Chambers, A. B., merchant, Bessemer. 

1853, Jonesboro; s. Col. James McAdory and Nancy T. Sadler; b. April 12, 
1834; Lieut., 37th Miss. Reg., C. S. A.; County Commissioner, Jefferson Co., 1874-77; 

Member Board of Revenue, Jefferson Co., 1899 ; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1882-85; 

m. (i) Maria W. Jordan, Oct. 16, 1861, (2) Lenora Richardson, Feb. 18, 1879. 

*Miller, Stephen Judson, A. B., lawyer, Tuscaloosa. 

1853, Tuscaloosa; s. Stephen Miller and Darden; b. Oct. 14, 1835$ 

LL. B., 1859, Harvard; d. 1861. 

*Parker, Lycurgus Jefferson, A. B., 

1853, Gordo, Pickens Co.; b. Oct. 26, 1832; d. 187 — . 

*Patton, Abner Edward, lawyer, Knoxville. 

1854, Knoxville, Greene Co.; s. Dr. William Patton and Elizabeth Steele; b. 
Sept. 14, 1835; LL. B., 1859, Cumberland; Killed in battle near Richmond, Va., July 
13, 1863. 

*Richey, Robert, A. B., lawyer. Mobile. 

1854, Pickensville; s. David Richey, Pickens Co.; b. July 30, 1834; Killed in 
battle ■yV^ilderness, Va., 1864. 

*Robinson, Samuel Williamson, A. B., journalist, Chicas-o. 111. 

i8S4, Mobile; s. Michael Robinson, Chicago, and Eliza Sadler; b. Aug. 26, 
1836; Capt., C. S. A.; d. Feb. 5, 1877. 

*Sanders, Matthew Thompson, A. B., lawyer, Helena, Ark. 

1854, Clinton, Greene Co.; s. Dr. C. P. Sanders and — ■ Thompson; b. 

Nov. 20, 1836; Editor "Clarion," Helena, Ark.; ist Lieut., Ordnance Dept., C. S. A.; 
m. Sarah Jean Alexander, Sept. 16, 1868; d. about 1897. 

*Thompson, Newton Jasper, A. B., physician, Graball, Tex. 

1854, Tuscaloosa; s. A. Newton Thompson and Amelia Darden; b.Aug. 29, 1835; 
M. D., Univ. of Pa.; Asst. Surgeon, C. S. A.; d. March 31, 1897. 

Vaughn, William James, A. B., A. M., '60, educator, Nashville, 
Tenn. 

1854, Black's Bluff, Wilcox Co.; s. John Pulliam Vaughn, Chunky Station, Miss., 
and Rebecca Richards; b. Feb. 15, 1834; LL. D., Univ. of Miss., 1883; Tutor of Math., 
U. of Ala., 1857-60; Instructor in Latin and Greek, 1860-63; Prof, of Math., 1863-65, 
1878-82; Prof, of Physics and Astronomy, 1871-73; Prin. of Tuscaloosa F. Col., 1865-66; 
Prin. of Centenary F. Inst, Summerfield, 1867-71; Pres., Tenn. F. Col., Franklin, 
1873-78; Founder of the School of Engineering, U. of Ala., 1881-82; Prof, of Math., 
Vanderbilt, 1882-96; Prof, of Math, and Astronomy, 1896 — ; Chief Librarian, Vander- 
bilt Univ., 1886 — ; m. Abbie Scott, Marion, Aug. 17, 1865. 

*Withers, William Frederick, A. B., lawyer, Eutaw. 

1852, Tuscaloosa; s. William Frederick Withers, Huntsville, Tex., and Cath- 
erine Hawkins; b. July 29, 1832; Lieut., C. S. A.; d. May, 1869. 

*Witherspoon, Junius McQuide, A. B., physician, Columbus, 
Miss. '" 

1854, Columbus, Miss.; s. James P. Witherspoon, Columbus, Miss., and Eliz- 
abeth Stokes; b. Aug. 14, 1837; M. D., Univ. of Nashville, Tenn; Surgeon, C. S. A.; 
m. Alice Smith, Aberdeen, Miss.; d. 1869. 



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1857. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 
Abney, Samuel, (Soph.), planter, Randolph. 

1855, Randolph, Bibb Co; s. Thomas H. Abney and Mary Ann Gausden; b. 
Sept. 10, 1835; Teacher at Montevallo, 1858; Member Army of Tenn., Morton's 
Battery, Forests Artillery, C. S. A.; m. Martha A. Walker, April 13, 1870. 

Abney, Zachery, (Soph.), lawyer, Prattville. 

1855, Randolph, Bibb Co.; s. Thomas H. Abney and Mary Ann Gausden; b. 
Sept. 10, 1835; Capt. Co. F., nth Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; Reg. in Chancery, Autauga 
Co., 1883 — ; m. A. Victoria Doster, March 31, 1867. 

Atkinson, Joseph, (Fr.), physician, Arcadia, La. 

1857, Pickens Co.; s. B. Atkinson, Bridgeville, and Mary B. Harper; b. Oct. 
8, 1839; A. B., i86i, Greensboro; M. D., Mobile; Ord. Sergeant, Co., D., 8th Ala. 
Reg., C. S. A.; Prin. Livingston Acad, and Emory Chapel School; Pres. Board of 
Health, Arcadia, La.; m. (i) F. L. Hunter, Greensboro, July 4, 1861, (2) Mrs. E. G. 
Hightower, Arcadia, La., Sept. 27, i888. 

♦Baptist, Powhatan Richard, (Soph.), Faunsdale. 

1856, Faunsdale, Marengo Co.; s. Rev. Edward Baptist, Marengo Co.; Literary 
Pursuits; Private, 4th Ala. Reg., C. S. A., and wounded in battle; d. soon afterwards 
at home in 186 — . 

♦Bradford, Tipton, (Soph.), lawyer, Birmingham. 

1856, Talladega; s. Tipton Bradford and Louisiana Taul; b. April 27, 1839; 
LL. B., Univ. of Va. ; Quartermaster and Capt., C. S. A.; m. Jennie Adelia Robinson, 
Selma, Feb. 9, 1864; d. Jan. 21, 1892. 

Buck, James Garland Hardwick, (Fr.), teacher, Elkhart, Tex. 

1856, Lexington, Miss.; s. Wiley Buck, Lexington, Miss., and Mildred Murfree 
Weatherford; b. Feb. 6, 1837; Prin., Gibson Wells Acad., Tenn., 1866-69; Prof. 
Math., Brownsville, Tenn., 1871-72; Postmaster, Hillsboro, Tex., 1888-92; Tax 
Assessor, Hill Co., Tex., 1892-94; Prin., Elkhart, Public School, Tex., 1899 — ; m. 
Martha Swepson Garner, Lowndes Co., Miss., May 21, 1857. 

*Chilton, William Parish, (Jun.), lawyer, Montgomery. 

185s, Tuskegee; s. William Parish Chilton and Mary Morgan; b. Sept. zy, 
1838; Lieut. -Col., C. S. A.; Solicitor, 9th Jud. Circuit, Ala.; Author of several poetical 
works; d. 1892. 

Clements, Egburt Rush, (Soph.), planter. Pearl. 

185s, Tuscaloosa; s. Hardy Clements and Maria Pegues; b. May 22, 1838; m. 
Mary McMichael, Tuscaloosa. 

Cooper, Thomas Erasmus, (Fr.) 



1856, Tuscaloosa; s. Erasmus Cooper, Tuscaloosa, and Cummfngs; b. 

Nov. 10, 1839. 

*Cowin, John Henry, (Fr.), physician, Greensboro. 

1856, Greensboro; s. Samuel Cowin and Martha A. Evans; b. April 28, 1839; 
Serg., 5th Ala. Reg., Army N. Va., C. S. A.; killed May 3, 1863, in Battle of Chan- 
cellorsville, Va. 



126 Record of Students [1857 

Craddock, John, (Fr.), planter, New Hope, Miss. 

1856, Tuscaloosa; s. John Neal Craddock, Tuscaloosa, and Ann W. Edmund- 
son; b. Jan. II, 1840; m. Margaret Ferguson, Pickensville, March lo, 1864. 

Creagh, Thomas Bivin, (Fr.), clerk, Selma. 

1856, Suggsville; s. Gerard Walthall Creagh, Suggsville, and Ann Eliza Davis; 
b. March 21, 1842; Private, Sgt. and Brevet 2nd Lieut., C. S. A.; Teacher in Clarke 
Co., until 1892, since then clerk; m. Zuleika Bugg, Nashville, Tenn., Jan. 15, 1862. 

*Crenshaw, Willis George, (Jun.), lawyer. Mobile. 

1856, Eutaw; s. Willis Crenshaw; b. Feb. 22, 1837; Atty. at Law at Hamburg, 
Ark., i860; d. at Mobile, April, i860. 

*Crews, Octavius Lycurgus, (Soph.), physician, Alamuchee. 

1856, Gaston; s. Thomas Richard Crews, Gaston, and Mary Katherine Larkin; 
b. Nov. 7, 1837; M. D., 1859, Jefferson Med. Col.; Surgeon, C. S. A.; m. Clara 
Matilda Cahoon, Gaston; d. July 5, 1871. 

*Davis, Benjamin Sugar, (Fr.), physician, Vancleave, Miss. 

1856, Gosport; s. Sugar Davis, Suggsville, and Mourning Solesburg; b. Oct. 14, 
1838; M. D., New Orleans, Med. Col.; Drowned in Bluff Creek, Miss., about i860. 

Dawson, Reginald Heber, (Jun.), A. M., '83, lawyer, Selma. 

1854, Cahaba; s. Lawrence E. Dawson and Mary W. Rhodes; b. March 19, 1838; 
Solic, nth Circuit, Ala., 1860-61; Capt., Major, Lieut-Col., 13th Ala. Reg., 1861-64; 
Col. and Asst. Adjt.-Gen., 1864-65; Pres. Board of Inspectors of Convicts, 1883-97; m- 
Georgia A. Craig, Cahaba, March 9, 1858. 



Eason, Henry Theophilus, (Fr.) 

1856, Sumterville, Sumter Co.; s. John T. Eason; b. Nov. 20, 1839. 

Fail, William George, (Fr.), teacher, Chapel Hill, Ark. 

1856, Camden; s. Jeremiah Fail and Mary Ann McNeille; b. Feb. 10, 1839;, 
Private, C. S. A., 3rd Ala. Reg.; Planter in Wilcox Co. to 1874; Prin. of Schools, 
Centre Point, Ark., 1880-84; Mt. Ida, 1884-98; Janssen, 1897-00; Chapel Hill, 1900 — ; 
m. (i) Celestia Dortch, April, 1863, (2) Ella Dortch, Camden, Ala., April, 1866. 

Fairiss, Tecumseh Lowndes, (Fr.), planter, Alto, Tex. 

1857, Lowndesboro; s. Mordecai D. Fairiss and Jane Rembert; b. Nov. 14, 1839; 
Ord. Sergeant, C. S. A.; m. Gussie Reese, Trickem, Lowndes Co. 

*Forniss, Thaddeus Kosciusko, (Fr.), planter, , Miss. 

1856, Prairie Bluff, Wilcox Co.; s. Philip Forniss and Irby; b. Jan. 

30, 1841; Student VVilliam and Mary, 1859, Univ. of Va., i860; Private, 4th Ala. Inf., 
C S. A.; d. 189—. 

Gachet, Charles, (Fr.), merchant. Auburn. 

1856, Enon, Barbour Co.; s. James E. Gachet, Union Springs, and Lavinia Har- 
rison Jones; b. June 16, 1838; ist Sergeant, Co. C, 3rd Ala., C. S. A.; m. Tallulah 
Kate Lumpkin, Feb. 22, 1871. 

Goldthwaite, Richard Wallach, (Soph.), lawyer, Dallas, Tex. 

1856, Montgomery; s. George Goldthwaite, Montgomery, and Olivia Price Wal- 



1857] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 127 

lach; b. Feb. 3, 1839; Lieut, and Capt. of Artillery, Sample's Battery, C. S. A.; m. 
Lucy Boyd Armistead, Montgomery, Dec. 14, 1865. 

Harrison, George Washington, (Fr.), merchant, Mt, Hebron. 

1856, Clinton; s. Henry Harrison anil E. J. Higginbotham; b. July 6, 1837; 
Private, C. S. A.; Postmaster; m. E. A. Wilson, Mt. Hebron, Green Co., Oct. 3, 1871. 

*Jarratt, Thomas WilHam, (Soph.), planter, 

1855, Montgomery; s. Thomas Key Jarratt and Harriett Elizabeth McGehee; b. 
July 18, 1838; Private, 6th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; m. Ida Hansford, Lowndesboro; d. at 
Mobile. 

* Johnson, Felix EngHsh, (Fr.), Reform. 

1856, Reform, Pickens Co.; s. John D. Johnson and Jane English; b. June 13, 
1834; Private, C. S. A.; Killed at battle of Atlanta. 

Jones, John Calvin, (Soph.) 

1856, Mantua, Pickens Co.; s. R. C. Jones, Mantua; b. April 19, 1836. 

*Jones, Walter, (Jun.), civil engineer, Danville, Va. 

1855, Mobile; s. William G. Jones; b. April 14, 1839; Lieut., Staff of Gen. 
Samuel Jones, C. S. A.; d. at Bladon Springs, July 7, 1862. 

*Marlowe, Nicholas Perkins, (Jun.), A. M., 'yd, physician, 
Tuscaloosa. 

1853-54, 1856-57. Tuscaloosa; s. Alfred Pryor Marlowe and Sarah Henderson; 
b. Oct. 15, 1833; M. D., Jefferson Med. Col., 1859; Surgeon in C. S. A.; m. Senie 
Rice Clements, Tuscaloosa, March 20, 1870; d. Sept. i, 1898. 

Matthews, Hugh Torrence, (Jun.), merchant, Brewton. 

1855, Dayton Marengo Co.; s. M. E. Matthews, Demopolis, and Margaret Tor- 
rence; b. March 11, 1838; m. (1) Carolyn Craddock, Tuscaloosa, Dec. 31, 1869, (2) 
Anna C. Mims, Milton, Fla. 

*McAlpine, William Alexander, (Fr.), planter, Waco, Tex. 

1856, Eutaw; s. William McAlpine and Ann Watson; b. June 17, 1839; Student 
Univ. of N. C, 1857-58; Private, C. S. A.; m. Amelia B. Rhea, Tuscumbia, 1859; 
d. 1889. 

McCain, Richard Hallam, (Fr.) 

1856, Jacksonville, Benton Co.; s. R. McCain; b. May 18, 1839. 

*McCay, John Marmaduke, (Soph.), jeweler, Tuscaloosa. 

185s, Tuscaloosa; s. John W. McCay and Williams; b. April zj, 1840; 

3rd Lieut., Co. F, 41st Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; d. 1862. 

*Mock, Benjamin, (Jun.), merchant, Montgomery. 

1854, Benton, Lowndes Co.; s. Benjamin Mock, Benton, and Mary Bryan; b. 
Jan. 8, 1837; Private, Semple's Artillery, C, S. A.; Planter, then Merchant, and a few 
years before death Ry. Pass. Agent; m. Ellen Wilkerson, Montgomery, 1859; d. July 
13, 1890. 

*Newman, Franklin Henry, (Fr.), Enon. 

1856, Barbour Co.; b. Feb. 8, 1839; d. in C. S. A. 



128 Record of Students [1857 

Prowell, David Myers, (Jun.), planter, Dayton. 

iSss, Dayton; s. William J- Prowell and Sarah Elizabeth Pickering; b. Nov. 
27, 1838; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., two terms; m. Virginia Jones, Dayton, 1863. 

*Reese, Lewis Clay, (Fr.), planter, Lowndesboro. 

1856, Lowndesboro; s. Nathaniel Reese, Lowndesboro, and Amy Tyson; b. 
March 10, 1839; Private, 3rd Ala. Inf., C. S. A.; m. Mariah Virginia Turner, June 
II, 1867; d. March 18, 1889. 

*Riley, Enoch Parsons, (Soph.), teacher, Gainestown. 

1855, Burnt Corn, Monroe Co.; s. Enoch Riley, Turnbull; b. May 25, 1833; 
Killed in battle Seven Pines, Va., May 31, 1862. 

Stallworth, Nicholas, (Jun.), planter, Marlin, Tex. 

1854, Evergreen; s. Nicholas Stallworth and Martha Travis; b. March 10, 1837; 
Capt., Co. F, ist Bat., Hilliard's Legion, C. S. A., promoted to Major, 23rd Bat., Ala. 
Vol., C. S. A., March, 1864; Tax Assessor, Palls Co.; m. Lucy M. Turk, Conecuh Co., 
Dec. 10, 1857. 

Steele, John James, (Jun.), planter. Mobile. 

1854, Benton; s. David A. Steele, Benton, and Julia Ann Browning; b. Feb. 
26, 1837; Private, Semple's Artillery, C. S. A.; Supt. of Education, Lowndes Co., 
1873-80; m. Mary Brown Irwin, Lowndesboro, Oct. 7, 1857. 

Tunstall, Wiley Croom, (Fr.), planter, Greensboro. 

1856, Greensboro; s. James L. Tunstall, Greensboro, and Eliza A. Croom; b. 

Dec. 16, 1839; Private, C. S. A.; Member R. R. Commission, 1885-95. 1900 ; m. 

Augusta E. Hobson, Greensboro, Dec. 12, 1862. 

*Walker, William Robert, (Jun.), teacher, Humphrey. 

185s, Tuscaloosa; s. M. P. Walker; b. May 26, 1835; m. Belle Gibson, Pickens 
Co.; d. 1897. 

*Watkins, John Bryan, (Fr.), dentist. Meridian, Miss. 

1856, Hollow Square, Greene Co.; s. Bryan Watkins, New Prospect, and Lucy 
Brown; b. Jan. 2, 1837; Private, C. S. A.; m. Sarah Gertrude Brown, Sumter, Dec. 6, 
1859; d. March 30, 1896. 

Whitfield, Needham, (Fr.), planter. Linden. 

1856, Demopolis; s. Gaines Whitfield and Mary Ann Whitfield; b. April 5, 1840; 
Private, C. S. A. 

*Womack, Lowndes, (Fr. ), planter, Eutaw. 

1856, Eutaw; s. John Warburton Womack and Ann Miller Beville; b. Sept. 20, 
1840; Private nth Ala. Reg., Va. Army, then transferred to Wright's Brigade, pro- 
moted to Q. M. Sergeant; d. May 10, 1869. 

*Woodruff, David Pendleton, civil engineer. Meridian, Miss. 

1855, Tuscaloosa; s. David Woodruff and Eliza Antoinette Bell; b. Nov. 5, 
1839; Lieut., Rode's Division, Army North Va., C. S. A.; Civil Engineer, N. E. and 
S W., R. R., 1857-62; Mail Agent, Crescent City Route, 1873-83; m. (i) Miss Toulie, 
Mobile, Jan., 1866, (2) Helen Miller, Tuscaloosa, Nov., 1877; d. Oct. 20, 1883, at 
Tuscaloosa. 



1858] Graduates with Titled Degrees 129 

*Wynne, Gustavus Adolphus, (Jun.), Huntsville, Tex. 

i8ss, Huntsville, Tex.; s. Erasmus Wynne; b. Feb. 9, 1837; Enlisted in C. S. 
A., and killed at battle of Gettysburg, July, 1863. 



* Wynne, John Williamson, (Jun.) 

1854, Hollow Square, Greene Co.; s. O. A. Wynne; b. March 18, 1837; d. 18 — . 

1858. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

^-'Battle, Junius Kincaid, A. B., Tuskegee. 

1855, Tuskegee, Macon Co.; s. Culle.i Battle, M. D., Eufaula, and Jane Lamon; 
b. Oct., 1838; d. Oct., i860. 

♦Bullock, James Atwood, A. B., planter, Cross Keys. 

1854, Montgomery; s. Dr. James a. Bullock, Hayneville, and Drucilla A. Tur- 
ner; b. Aug. 30, 1836; Private in Clanton's Cav., C. S. A.; m. Sallie M. Gilmer, i860; 
d. April 27, 1862, in Mil. Service. 

♦Clements, Newton Nash, A. B., A. M., '6i, lawyer and planter, 
Tuscaloosa. 

185s, Tuscaloosa; s. Hardy Clements and Maria Pegues; b. Dec. 23, 1834; 
Colonel, 50th Reg., Ala. Vol., C. S. A.; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1870-72, 1874-76; 
Speaker of House 1876-78, 1888-90, 1896-9S; Member of U. S. Congress, 1880; m. 
Laura Garnet McMichael, Columbus, Miss., May, 1864; d. Feb. 20, 1900. 

♦Griffin, John Randolph, A. B., lawyer, Bellevue, La. 

1855, Opelika; s. Andrew B. Griffin; b. Oct. 28, 1834; Private, C. S. A.; Rep., 
Gen. Assem. of La., 1863-65; m. Otillia M Nucholls; d. Aug. 16, 1873. 

*Hall, Boiling", Jr., A. B., lawyer, Montgomery. 

1S56, Montgomery; s. Boiling Hall, Coosada, and Mary Louisa Crenshaw; b. 
Sept. 17, 1837; Col., S9th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; Clerk City Court, Montgomery; d. 
Feb. 3, 1866, of wounds received at Chickamauga. 

♦McLaughlin. John Dozier, A. B., teacher, Marion. 

1855, Marion; s. S. G. McLaughlin, Marion, and Irene Barton; b. Oct. 13, 
1838; Lieut., then Capt., Co. A, 8th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; Killed in battle in Va., 
Sept., 1862. 

♦Miller, James L., A. B., lawyer, Tuscaloosa. 

1854, Tuscaloosa; s. Stephen Miller; b. Jan. 14, 1839; d. 1862. 

♦Miller, James Weston, A. B., merchant, Union. 

1855, Union, Greene Co.; s. William Miller and Malinda Davis; b. Oct. 4, 1837; 
Corporal, C. S. A.; Cotton Factor at Mobile; m. Elizabeth Hudson; d. July 6, 1876. 

♦Parsons, Thomas Garrett, A. B., teacher, Jonesboro. 

iSss, Jonesboro, Jefferson Co.; s. T. G. Parsons; b. Oct. 8, 1837; d. 1864. 

Sanders, William Henry, A. B., physician, Mobile. 

1856, Clinton; s. Dr. C. P. Sanders, Clinton, and Thompson; b. July 

9, 1838; M. D., Jefferson Med. Col, 1861; Surgeon, nth Reg., Ala. Vol., C. S. A.; 
Health officer. State of Ala., 1897 — • 



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Spiva, Homer, A. B., Leighton. 

1853, Rehoboth, Wilcox Co.; s. E. A. Spiva; b. June i, 1837. 

*Spiva, Lemuel Gaston, A. B., lawyer, Rehoboth. 

1854, Rehoboth, Wilcox Co.; s. E. A. Spiva; b. Oct. 10, 1832; d. in Mil. Ser- 
vice at Lauderdale Springs, Miss., 1862. 

*Tarrant, James Forrest, A. B., planter, Jonesboro. 

1855, Jonesboro; s. Samuel Augustus Tarrant, Jonesboro, and Eleanor Rose 
Sadler; b. Oct. 20, 1838; Private, nth Miss. Inf., C. S. A.; d. Jan. 10, 1882. 

*Tarrant, John Frederick, A. B., A. M., '6i, teacher, Danville, Ky. 

1854-56, 1857-58, Tuscaloosa; s. Edward Tarrant and Permelia A. Vanzandt; 
b Oct. 17, 1838, Prin. Tuscaloosa Male Acad., 1858-60; Columbian Inst., 1860-61; 
Private, C. S. A.; Tutor, Lat. and Greek, U. of Ala., 1863-64; Prin., Dayton Female 
Inst., 1864-69; Prin., Columbus Female Inst., Miss., 1869-72; Pres. Crab Orchard 
Springs Col., Ky., 1872-74; Prin., Caldwell Inst., Danville, Ky., 1874; Author of 
"Huguenots in America;" Teacher and Minister, M. E. Church South; m. Sue F. 
Hale, Hale Springs, Sept. 14, 1864; d. Oct. 14, 1874. 

*Thornton, Joseph Bacon, A. B., physician, Eufaula. 

1855, Eufaula; b. June zj, 1840; M. D., Univ. of La., 1861; d. in Mil. Service, 
Manassas, Va., 1S62. 

Ward, William Columbus, A. B., A. M., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1856, Six Mile, Bibb Co.; s. David Ward, Bibb Co., and Elizabeth C. A. Carle- 
ton, of Monroe, Ga. ; b. April, 1835; LL- D., Furman Univ., 1892; Prof. Math., Logic 
and Rhetoric, Howard Col., 1858-61; Capt, Co. A, 62nd Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; Pres. 
Board of Trustees, Howard Col., 1887-96; m. Alice Ann Goodhue, Marion, Feb. 
9, 1868. 

Weeden, John David, A. B., A. M., '84, lawyer, Florence. 

1856, Huntsville; s. William Weeden, Huntsville, and Jane E. UrquharJ; b. July 
2^, 1838; 2nd Lieut., 9th Ala., ist Lieut., Adjutant, Major and Lieut.-Col., 49th Ala., 
C S. A.; Trustee, U. of Ala., 1883-85; Prof, of Law, U. of Ala., 1885-88; m. Mattie 
Hays Patton, Florence, Sept. 23, 1869. 

*Wells, Robert Kershaw, A. B., teacher. Pleasant Grove. 

1854, Pleasant Grove, Pickens Co.; s. Absalom Wells; b. April 30, 1837; Capt., 
42nd Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; d. Aug. 7, 1864, from wound received in battle of Atlanta. 

Williams, Thomas, A. B., A. M., '8i, lawyer and teacher, Clanton. 

1854, Montgomery; s. Thomas Williams, Montgomery, and Martha Jane Craw- 
ford; b. Jan. 8, 1832; 1st Lieut., Co. D, 6th Reg., Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; Lawyer, 1858- 
65; Prof, of Math., Stonewall Inst., 1870-71; Prin. Perryville School, 1872-73; Prin., 
Palmetto Acad., Miss., 1873-74, Roxton, Tex., 1875-76, Benton, Ala., 1879-81, Pine- 
apple, 1881-82, Pineville, 1883-88, Oak Hill, 1889, Luverne, 1890; Supt. of Education, 
Monroe Co., 1884- m. M. E. F. Johnson, Dallas Co., Jan. 4, 1870. 

1858. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

*Bohannon, Drury Budd, (Fr.), , Tex. 

1857, Dayton, Marengo Co.; s. R. Bohannon; b. May 5, 1840; d. in Texas, 1865. 



1858] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 131 

Booker, Edmund Webster, (Jun.), planter, Elmore. 

185s, Uniontown; s. Parham Nicholas Booker, Uniontown, and Mary Marion 
P. Poole; b. April 14, 1837; Private, Co. D, 4th Ala. Reg., afterwards acting Quar- 
termaster, 8th Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; Collector Inter. Rev. for Dist. of Ala., 1885-89; 
Member Board Convict Inspectors, 1 897-1 901; m. Martha Frances Knight, Greene Co., 
March s, 1863. 

*Cantley, Zabud Walker, (Soph.), Palestine, Tex. 

1856, Tuscaloosa; s. Maj. John Cantley, Tuscaloosa, and Malinda Eleanor Gra- 
ham; b. Dec. 26, 1839; Private, ist Texas Reg., C. S. A.; Law Student; Killed at 
battle of Sharpsburg. 

Carnathan, Wiley John, ( Soph. ) , planter, Mt. Sterling. 

1857", Mt. Sterling, Choctaw Co.; s. George M. Carnathan, Eutaw, and Pene- 
lope Coleman; b. Dec. 18, 1836; Private, C. S. A.; Book and Tombstone agent; m. 
Mattie Craig, Daleville, Miss. 

*Davis, William Frederick, (Soph.) 

1857, Independence, Autauga Co.; s. L. H. Davis; b. Jan. 4, 1837. 

*Davis, Richard Ferdinand, (Soph.) 

1857, Independence; s. L. H. Davis; b. Aug. 21, 1840; Student Univ. of N. 
C, 1858-59. 

*DeVotie, Jewett Gindrat, (Jun.), editor, Columbus, Ga. 

1856, Montgomery; s. Rev. Dr. J. H. DeVotie and Margaret Christian Noble; 
b. May 25, 1841; Student Columbian Univ., 1858-60; Editor-in-chief Columbus 
Enquirer-Sun, 1875-81; d. April 4, 1881. 

*Forniss, George McDuffie, (Soph.), planter, Prairie Bluff. 

1856, Prairie Bluff, Wilcox Co.; s. Philip Forniss, and Irby; b. Dec. 

1, 1838; Killed in C. S. A., 186 — . 

Foster, Ezra, (Fr.), physician, Hagler. 

1857, Tuscaloosa; s. John Lawrence S. Foster and Susan Hollifield; b. Aug. 27, 
1842; Private, C. S. A.; m. Louella Paschall, Eutaw, 1864. 

Foster, Robert Savidge, (Fr.), physician, Northrup, Tex. 

1857, Tuscaloosa; s. John L. S. Foster, Foster's, and Susan Hollifield; b. June 
19, 1840; M. D., Mobile, 1861, Tulane, 1895; Asst. Surgeon, C. S. A., 1863-64; m. 
Amanda Lydia Paschal, Clinton, Sept. 13, 1866. 

Gilkey, Walter Mims, (Fr.), salesman, Montgomery. 

1857, Carrollton; s. William M. Gilkey, Memphis, and Savannah Mims; b. Jan. 
IS, 1842; Private, Co. H, nth Ala. Reg., 1861, afterwards private, then 2nd Lieut., 
40th Ala., C. S. A.; m. Laura P. Stewart, Noxubee Co., Miss., Sept. 16, 1863. 

*Glover, Edward Allen, (Soph.), planter, St. Stephens. 

1856, Demopolis; s. Benjamin Nash Glover, Butler, Ala., and Susan R. L. 
Diven; b. Dec. 4, 1838; A. B., S. C. Col., i860; Sergeant, Engineer corps, C. S. A.; 
d. Oct. 27, 1880. 



132 Record of Students [1858 

Glover, William Franklin, (Soph.), lawyer, Butler. 

1857, Demopolis; s. Benjamin Nash Glover and Susan R. L. Diven; b. Oct. 20, 
1841; Private, Sig. Corps, C. S. A.; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1880-81; Mem. Con- 
stitutional Con., 1901. 

*Golson, J. Hodges, (Soph.), lawyer, Montgomery. 

1857, Autaugaville, Autauga Co.; s. Jacob H. Golson, Autaugaville, and Mary 
Belle Broadnax; b. March 11, 1840; Colonel, C. S. A.; died from wound received on 
Scout duty near Franklin, Tenn., Sept. 29, 1863. 

Goodman, Aaron Jason, (Fr.) 

1857, Goodman's Roads, Harris Co., Ga. ; s. Aaron Goodman; b. Nov. 27, 1837. 

Griffin, Houston Lamar, (Soph.) 

1857, Opelika; s. A. B. Griffin; b. Sept. 28, 1836. 

*Hardwick, John Clark, (Fr.), railway service, Birmingham. 

1857, Montgomery; s. William Hardwick and Sarah Eugenia Caffey; b. July 11, 
1842; Private, ist Co. from Montgomery, C. S. A.; Tax Assessor, Montgomery Co., 
1864-65; d. Dec. 16, 1896. 

Hawthorne, Joseph Richard, Jr., (Fr.), planter. Pine Apple. 

1857, Pine Apple; s. J. R. Hawthorne, Pine Apple, and Eliza King; b. July 11, 
1842; Sergeant, C. S. A.; m. (i) Mary E. Burford, (2) Susan Hunter McCreary. 

*Herring, David Alexander, (Fr.), Franklin Co., Miss. 

1S58, Franklin Co., Miss.; LL. B., Univ. of Miss., 1861; d. 18 — . 

Jones, Edward Nathaniel, (Jun.), lawyer, Camden. 

1856, Camden; s. Rev. John Cargil Jones and Mary Ann Walker; b. Sept. 12, 
1839; m. (i) Mary Ellen Blanchard, Camden, Dec. 16, 1862, (2) Mary M. Beck, Cam- 
den, May 25, 1876. 

* Jones, John Thomas, (Soph.), lawyer, Carrollton. 

1856, Carrrllton; s. Thomas Jones; b. Feb. i6, 1840; Private, "Pickensville 
Blues," sth Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; Killed in tattle in Va. 

Judkins, James Henry, (Soph.), lawyer, Wetumpka. 

1856, Cross Keys, Macon Co.; s. Christopher Judkins and Eliza Jane Young; 
b. Feb. 2, 1839; Adjutant, ist Ala. Cav., Rank, ist Lieut., 1861-62; Adjutant-General, 
Clanton's Brigade (Rank Capt.), 1863; Private Sec. to Gov. Watts, 1863-65; Planter in 
Brazil, South America, 1867-70; County Solicitor, Elmore Co., 1872-74; Inspector of 
Penitentiary, 1874-80; Asst. U. S. Atty, Middle Dist. of Ala., 1897 — ; m. Mary Lizzie 
Johnston, Jan. i6, 1862, Tuskegee. 

*King, Frank Ragan, (Soph.), Montevallo. 

1856, Montevallo; s. Edmund King and Nancy Ragan; b. Nov. 2, 1839; Student 
Univ. of Va., 1859-60; Capt., Cav. Co., C. S A.; Mem. Constitu. Convention, La., 
1879; m. Fannie Snodgrass, Scottsboro; d. 1888. 

Lee, Green William, (Soph.) 

1856, McKinley, Marengo Co.. b. Jan. 30, 1840. 



1858] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 133 

*Lee, Thomas Scriven, (Jun.), planter, Carlowville. 

1857, Carlowville, Dallas Co.; s. Capt. Francis Allison Lee and Margaret 
Scriven; b. Feb. 29, 1840; d. Oct. 17, 1882. 

*Lee, William Julian, (Jun.), Carlowville. 

1857, Carlowville; s. Dr. Jacob Martin Lee and Rebecca Ballard Fishburne; 
b. June 8, 1840; Lieut., 3rd Reg., Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; d. Aug. 15, 1865. 

*Miller, Calvin Jefferson, (Soph.), merchant, Moffat, Tex. 

1857, Tuscaloosa; s. John Miller, Tuscaloosa, and Melvina Carter; b. June 7, 
1839; Forage Master, Eaton's Command, C S. A.; d. Aug. 14, 1866. 

*Mobley, Thomas Barnett, (Jun.), physician, 

1855, Lower Peach Tree; s. Col. B. R. Mobley; b. Nov. 7, 1837; M. D., College 
unknown; d. 18 — . 

Morrisette, Francis Strother, (Jun.), planter, Newbern. 

1855, Bell's Landing, Monroe Co.; s. John Morrisette and Frances Gaines; b. 
Sept. 28, 1841; A. B., S. C. Col., 1859; m. (i) Annie Alston King, Monroe Co., Dec. 
29, 1868, (2) Vista Welch, Talladega Co., Nov., 1881. 

*Nabers, Edward Lacy, (Soph.), Carrollton. 

1856, Carrollton; b. Dec. 8, 1840; d. June 4, 1858. 

*Owen, Anions Turner, (Soph.), Jonesboro. 

1856, Jonesboro; s. Thomas Henderson Owen and Malissa Sadler; b. Sept. 27, 
1838; Lieut., loth Reg., C. S. A.; d. Manassas Junction, Va., Sept., 1861. 

Owen, Charles Eugene, (Fr.), Montgomery. 

1857, Tuscaloosa; s. Hopson Owen, Tuscaloosa, and Agnes P. Williams; b. June 
17, 1838; Private in Warrior Guards, C. S. A.; Clerk, U. S. Land office 4 years; 
Clerk, State Auditor's office, 1885-88; m. Margaret Jemison Walker, Cedar Grove, 
Marengo Co., June 13, 1865. 

Pegues, William Crossland, (Soph.) 

1857, Spring Hill, Marengo Co.; s. C'lristopher Pegues and Anne Crossland; b. 
Sept. 3, 1838. 

Poellnitz, Charles Augustus, (Soph.), planter, Greensboro. 

1857, Linden; s. Charles Augustus Paellnitz, Linden, and Mary Lucilla Poell- 
nitz; b. March 20, 1839; Major, C. S. A.; m. Mary Levert Withers, Hale Co., Nov. 
25, 1869. 

*Poellnitz, James Alexander, (Er.), Rembert. 

1857, Linden; s. Dr. Julius E. Poellnitz, Linden, and Mary Rembert; b. March 
4, T840; Student Univ. of Va., 1859-61; Private in nth and 21st Ala. Regs., 1861-62, 
3rd Lieut., 2ist Ala. Reg., 1862, C. S. A.; d. Feb. 3, 1865, while at home on furlough. 

Pou, Lewis Alexander, (Soph.), merchant, Pensacola, Fla. 

1857, Autaugaville; s. John W. Pou. Clanton, and Rachel A. Golsan; b. Aug. 
23, 1836; Lawyer, 1859-60; 3rd Lieut., 6th Ala., 1861-62; ist Lieut, and Capt., 1862; 
Wounded at Seven Pines and retired; Teaciier at Autaugaville, 1862-63; Tax Collector, 
1863 (Autauga Co.); Merchant since 1863, (now 1900 retired); m. C. Salome Robin- 
son, Pensacola, Fla., Jan. 19, 1869. 



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*Robinson, Charles Cornelius, (Fr.), merchant and planter, 
Robinson Springs. 

1857, Autaugaville; s. Gen. E. T. Robinson; Private, C. S. A.; d. April 2j, 
1897. 

Robinson, Dudley, (Soph.), physician, Robinson Springs. 

1857, Autaugaville ; s. Gen. E. F. Robinson; b. Nov. 15, 1838; M. D., college 
unknown. 

*Rumph, Thomas, (Jun.), teacher, 



1857, Carlowville; s. William Maxwell Rumph and Frances Jane Lide; b. Jan. 
24, 1840; Private, 1861-65, C. S. A.; moved west and address was never known; d. 18—, 

Sterret, Major Donnel, (Fr.), physician, Beckville, Tex. 

1857, Columbiana; s. Judge Alfonso A. Sterret and Elizabeth M. Gooch; b. June 
2T, 1841; M. D., Atlanta Med. Col., 1866; Private, 1861, Capt., Co. C, 4tb Ala. Reg., 
1862, Quartermaster, 1863, C. S. A.; m. S. Julia Vawter, Marshall, Tex., Jan. 20, 1870. 

*Vaughan, Vernon Henry, (Soph.), lawyer, San Francisco, Cal. 

1857, Mt. Meigs, Montgomery Co.; b. Feb. 11, 1838; Adjt., C. S. A.; Prof. 
English, U. of Ala., 1868-69; Private Sec. to Gov. of Utah, 1869; Gov. of Utah, 1873; 
d. Dec. 4, 1878. 

* Walker, Martin Locke, (Fr.), Waco, Tex. 

1857, Tuscaloosa; s. Erasmus Walker, Tuscaloosa, and Ann P. Childress; b. 
March 5, 1842; d. about 1864. 

*Watts, Thaddeus Clements, (Soph.), merchant, Greenville. 

1856, Greenville; s. John Hughes Watts, Butler Springs, and Prudence Hill; 
b. Sept. 30, 1839; m. (i) Mary Carter, Pine Flat, Butler Co., Feb. 23, i860, (2) 
Evelyn Williams; d. Dec. 2, 1882. 

* Wheeler, Daniel, (Fr.), Mobile. 

1857, Mobile; s. Daniel Wheeler, Mobile, and Rachel Murray; b. July 31,1841; 
Private, then ist Lieut., Mobile Cadets, C. S. A.; d. at Richmond, Va., 1865, from 
wounds received at battle of Fredericksburg. 

1859. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

Comegys, Edward Freeman, A. B., A. M., '76, Gainesville, Tex. 

1856, Tuscaloosa; s. Edward Freeman Comegys, Courtland, and Susan Brown 
Fitts; b. Jan 13, 1841; Capt., Co. I, 43rd Reg., Ala. Vol., C. S. A.; Regent U. of Ala. 
and Member of State Board of Education, 1870-72; State Superintendent of Schools, 
Tex., 1891 ; m. Susan Harris, Courtland, July 15, 1868. 

Cunningham, James Robert, A. B., orange grower. El Dorado, 
Fla. 

1856, Bridgeville, Pickens Co.; s. Robert Cunningham and Mary Somerville; 
b. Sept. 17, 1832; Sgt., C. S. A.; Teacher in Ala. and Fla., 1866-72; m. Mrs. Rebecca 
West, CarroUton, Dec. 27, 1871. 

*Duggar, Frederick Elijah, A. B., Macon Station. 

1855, Macon Station, Marengo Co.; s. Henry Duggar, Macon Station, and Alice 



1859] Graduates with Titled Degrees 135 

Goode Watkins; b. July 17, 1839; Tutor with Rev. W. A. Stickney at Marion; 
Attended Theolog. Sam., N. Y.; Killed in battle, Peach Tree Creek, near Atlanta, Ga., 
July 20, 1864. 

*Fiquet, Dominique Doux, A. B., lawyer, Houston, Tex. 

1855, Tuscaloosa; s. Charles Jerome Piquet, Tuscaloosa, and Mary Anna Fiquet; 
b. July 24, 1839; Vol. Scout, C. S. A.; First Prisoner of war at Washington City; 
m. , Houston, Tex.; d. 189 — . 

*Greenwood, Anderson Houston, A. B., lawyer, Eutaw. 

1856, Eutaw; b. Oct. 8, 1837; d. in Mil. Ser. at Lynchburg, Va., 1862. 

*Hall, Crenshaw, A. B., cotton buyer, Montgomery. 

1857, Montgomery; s. Boiling Hall, Coosada, and Mary Louisa Crenshaw; h. 
March 26, 1839; Adjt., 59th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; d. May 20, 1893. 

♦Harris, Samuel Smith, A. B., LL. D., '79, minister, Detroit, Mich. 

1856, Prattville; s. Buckner Harris, Robinson Springs, and Sarah McKithen; 
b. Sept. 14, 1841; D. D., William and Mary, 1875, LL. D., Univ. of Mich., 1887; 
Member of Staff of Gen. Bragg, C. S. A.; Lawyer, 1860-67; Ordained Priest, P. E. 
Church, 1869; Rector at Montgomery, Ala., Columbus, Ga., New Orleans, La., and 
Chicago, 111.; Editor "The Living Church," Chicago, 1878-86; Author of "Sheltem," 
"Christianity and Civil Society," Bohlen Lectures, 1883, Sermons, 1889-91; Bishop ot 
Michigan, 1S79-88; m. Mary Gindrat Pickett, Montgomery, Dec. 17, 1861; d. in Lon- 
don, England, Aug. 21, 1888, while attending the Lambeth Conference. 

*Hawkins, Aaron, A. B., teacher, Providence. 

1856, Providence, Pickens Co.; s. Herbert Hawkins and Armin Foster; b. March 
20, 1835; Private, nth Ala., C. S. A.; Lieut., 43rd Ala., C. S. A.; Killed at battle of 
Chickamauga, 1863. 

*Henley, Thomas Molton, A. B., lawyer, Randolph. 

185s, Montgomery; s. John Henley, Montgomery, and Narcissa J. Molton; b. 
Dec. 3, 1839; Private, 3rd Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; m. Alcesta S. Smith, Randolph, May 
4, 1876; d. April II, 1888. 

*Hogan, William Inge, A. B., minister, Tuscaloosa. 

1855, Tuscaloosa; s. James Hogan, Tuscaloosa, and Sarah Johnson Inge; b. 
March, 1835; d. at Nashville, Tenn., Jan. 27, 1864. 

*Holston, William James, A. B. 

1S56, Mobile; s. J. W. Holston; b. March 9, 1837; d- 18—. 

*Johnston, Samuel Burr, A. B., lawyer, Tuskegee. 

1856, Tuskegee; s. Burr Johnston, Macon Co., and Sarah K. Foote; b. Dec. 
2, 1839; Adjt., 3rd Ala. Vol., C. S. A.; Killed at battle of Seven Pines, June i, 1862. 

*Jones, Daniel, A. B., merchant, Mobile. 

1855, Uniontown; b. Dec. 12, 1837; Adjutant, 8th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; d. 1881. 

Jones, John Paul, A. B., A. M., 'yy, physician and planter, 
Camden. 

1856, Camden; s. Rev. John C. Jones and Mary Ann Walker; b. June 20, 1837; 
M. D., Univ. of La., 1861; Lieut., ist Reg., Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; Asst. Surgeon, C. 
S. A.; m. Camilla Boykin, Tilden. 



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Jones, Richard Channing, A. B., A. M., ''j'], LL. D., '91, lawyer, 
Camden. 

1856, Camden; s. Rev. John C. Jones and Mary Ann Walker; b. April 12, 1841; 
1st Lieut., Co. C, 44th Ala. Inf., C. S. A.; Adjt.-Gen., Bowles' Brigade, C. S. A.; 
Brig.-Gen., A. S. T.; State Senator, 1882-86; President and Prof, of Internat. and 
Constitu. Law, U. of Ala., 1890-97; Mem. Constitu. Conven., 1901; m. Stella Hamil- 
ton Boykin, Camden, Oct. 19, 1864. 

*Martin, Peter, A. B., planter, Orlando, Fla. 

1854, Tuscaloosa; s. Gov. Joshua L. Martin and Sara Mason; b. July 4, 1839; 
d. Dec. 18, 1883. 

*McAdory, Thomas, A. B., Jonesboro. 

1856, Jonesboro; s. Major Thomas McAdory and Emily Owen; b. Oct. 6, 1837; 
Lieut., ist Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; d. in Mil. Sen, 1862. 

*Meadors, John Calhoun, A. B., lawyer, Opelika. 

1856, Cusseta, Chambers Co.; s. Warner Williams Meadors and Nancy Furger- 
son; b. April i, 1838; Adjutant, 37th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; Rep., Gen. Assem., 1865-66; 
Trustee, U. of Ala., 1865-68; Mem. Constitu. Conven. of Ala., 1867; Judge, City Court 
of Opelika; m. Rebecca Cora Jackson; d. Jan. 8, 1895. 

*Owen, Thomas Lucian Moreland, A. B., physician, Jonesboro. 

1855, JeiTerson Co.; s. Thomas Henderson Owen and Malissa Rose Sadler; b. 
Dec. 2i, 1834; M. D., Mobile; ist Lieut., Co. B, i8th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; m. Sarah 
Ann Lucy Malissa Tarrant, Jonesboro, Oct. 2, 1861; d. in Mil. Ser., near Mobile, 
Feb. 6, 1862. 

*Pickett, Alexander Hamilton, A. B., Union Springs. 

1856, Chunnenuggee, Macon Co.; s. James Pickett, Enon, and Martha Amanda 
Robinson; b. Dec. 8, 1836; Capt. and Adjt., Battle's Brig., Rodes Division, C. S. A.; 
Circuit Court Clerk, 1886-98; m. Virginia Eliza Powell, Union Springs, April 20, 
1864; d. Jan. II, 1900. 

Richardson, John James, A. B., teacher, Paris, Tex. 

1856, Providence, Pickens Co.; s. James T. Richardson, DeKalb Co., and Mis- 
souri W. Hawkins; b. Aug. 28, 1837; 2nd Lieut., then 1st Lieut., Co. E, 25th Ala. 
Reg., C. S. A.; Prisoner, Johnson's Island, 1863-65; Teacher at Shiloh, Paris, Austin, 
Clarksville and Honey Grove High School, Tex.; County Supt. of Educa., Tex., 
1887-92; m. (i) Fannie Goodlet Foster, Pickens Co., Sept. 21, 1869, (2) Mrs. Sue A. 
Richardson, inee Neilson), Lamar, Tex., Aug. zd, 1883. 

Rockett, John Richard, A. B., real estate, Birmingham. 

1856, Elyton; s. T. W. Rockett; b. March 14, 1838; 2nd Lieut., Co. G, nth Ala. 
Inf., C. S. A.; County Supt. of Education, Jefferson Co., 1868-78; Prin. School at 
Jonesboro, i860, Elyton, 1865, Birmingham, 1878; Dept. Clerk, Circuit Court, 1883-86; 
m. E. Ida Richardson, Clinton, June 21, 1871. 

Searcy, James Thomas, A. B., A. M., '76, physician, Tuscaloosa. 

1855, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. Reuben Searcy and M. Abagail Fitch; b. Dec. lo, 1839; 
M. D., 1867, New York; Non-Commissioned officer, C. S. A.; Physician, Tuscaloosa, 

1867-92; Supt. Ala. Bryce Insane Hospital, 1892 ; Mem. of Amer. Med. Asso., 

American Acad, of Med. of N. Y., Medico-Legal Soci., Amer. Medico-Psychological 
Asso.; m., Annie R. Ross, Tuscaloosa, Jan. 22, 1868. 



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*Thornton, George Francis, A. B., physician, San Francisco, Cal. 

1855, Forkland, Greene Co.; s. James Jones Thornton, Eutaw, and Anne Amelia 
Smith; Surgeon, rank of Major, C. S. A.; m. Susan Pearin, Burton's Hill, Ala., i860; 
d. 1894. 

Webb, James Edward, A. B., A. M., '76, lawyer, Birmingham. 

iSss, Eutaw; s. William Peter Webb, Eutaw, and Martha Burwell Bell; b. 
April 15, 1S40; Lieut, then Capt., Army of Northern Va., C. S. A.; Trustee U. of 

Ala., 1886 to ; m. (i) Zemula Creswell, Eutaw, July s, 1866, (2) Mary L. Webb, 

Greensboro. 

*Wilkinson, John Adams, A. B., teacher and planter, Sparta, 
Miss. 

1856, Union, Greene Co.; s. Thomas J. Wilkinson, Union, and Sarah Douthet; 
b. Jan. 21, 1837; Lieut., C. S. A.; Rep., Gen. Assam., Miss., 1875-76; Supt. of Educa- 
tion, Chickasaw Co., Miss., 1889-92; Merchant, 1879-82; m. Artie Fannie Jemison, 
Sparta, Miss., Oct. 24, 1861; d. July 2Z, 1892. 



1859. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

*Crews, James Buchanan, (Soph.), Alamuchee. 

1858, Gaston, Sumter Co.; s. Thomas Richard Crews, Gaston, and Mary 
Katherine Larkin; b. June 20, 1840; Lieut., C. S. A.; d. 18 — . 

Friend, John Wesley, (Jun.), Newport News, Va. 

1858, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. N. Friend; b. March 21, 1842; A. B., i860, Howard 
Col.; Lieut, of Artillery and Ordnance officer, 3rd Corps, C. S. A.; m. Hibernia 
Mcllevaine, Petersburg, Va., Sept. 2, 1875. 

*Fulton, William Brady, (Fr.), Tuscaloosa. 

1857, Tuscaloosa; s. D. J. W. Fulton; b. Dec. 5, 1840; d. June lo, 1859. 

Glass, John Vincent, (Jun.), teacher, Birmingham. 

1858, Goido, Pickens Co.; s. Hiram M. Glass. Gordo, and Mary Coleman; b. 
June 28, 1838; A. B., Southern Univ., Greensboro; Private, Co. A, 19th Ala. Reg., 
x\rmy Tenn., C. S. A.; m. Adela A. Taylor, Forkland, Sept. 12, i860. 

Gordon, Thomas Jefferson, (Jun.), planter, Union. 

1856, Eutaw; s. Samuel O. Gordon, Clinton, and Annie Glenn Sims; b. Jan. 
26, 1837; Private in Cav., C. S. A.; m. Anna H. Evans, Eutaw, Nov. 7, i860. 

Goree, Napoleon Daniel, (Fr.), Birmingham. 

1858, Tuscaloosa; s. Daniel Goree and Killingsworth; b. Feb., 1841; m. 

Miss Foster. 

Hudson, Thomas, (Soph), editor, Uniontown. 

1857, Uniontown; s. Richard H. Hudson, Uniontown, and Sarah Chambers; 
b. August 28, 1841; Student U. of Va., 18C0; Private, 4th. Ala. Reg., C. S. A., and 
Cadet Troop, 7th Ala. Reg. Cav., C. S. A.; m. Kittie Pitts, Uniontown, 1863. 

Jones, Harvey Ellis, (Fr.), Spring Hill. 

1858, Mobile; s. George L. Jones and Madeline CHtherall; Capt., C. S. A.; 



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Recording Sec. to Gov. of Ala., 1890-94, Private Sec. to Gov. of Ala., 1894-95; Associ- 
ate R. R. Commissioner, 1895-99; State Tax Commis., 1901 — ; m. Marion Wilmer, 
Nov. 24, 1869. 

Little, John, (Jun.), banker, Tuscaloosa. 

1856, Tuscaloosa; s. John Little, Tuscaloosa, and Barbara Kerr; b. June 19, 
1841; A. B., Oakland Col., Miss.; M. D., 1869, Univ. of La.; Prin., Prep. Dept., Oak- 
land Col., 1861-62; Sgt., Lumsden's Battery, Ala. Light Artillery, 1862-65; Asst. 
Surgeon, Ala. Insane Hospital, 1869-75; Treas., Ala. Insane Hospital, 1881 — ; Cashier 
First Nat. Bank, Tuscaloosa; m. Amanda M. Harris, Tuscaloosa, Nov. 14, 1872. 

*McAdory, James Sadler, (Soph), physician, Jonesboro. 

1858, Jonesboro; s. James McAdory and Nancy T. Sadler; b. Sept. 24, 1839; 
M. D., Jefferson Med. Col., i860; Asst. Surgeon, 37th Miss. Reg., C. S. A.; d. at 
Lauderdale Springs, Miss., Jan. 19, 1865. 

Taylor, James, (Soph.) 

1858, Lafayette; s. Thomas Taylor; b. Jan. 23, 1840. 

*Ware, James Nicholas, (Soph.), teacher, Uniontown. 

1857, Uniontown; s. Dr. George N. Ware; b. March 29, 1839; Student Univ. 
of N. C, 1859-60; Private in Tex. Reg., C. S. A.; d. at Corinth, Miss., from disease 
contracted in C. S. A. 

Warren, Edward, real estate and insurance, Birmingham. 

1856, Tuscaloosa; s. James William Warren, Tuscaloosa, and Henrietta Warren; 
b. April 5, 1838; 1st Lieut., 22nd Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; m. Vernon L. Kennedy, Tusca- 
loosa, Dec. 20, 1866. 

*Womack, Sidney, (Soph.), lawyer, Eutaw. 

1858, Eutaw; s. Col. John W. Womack, Eutaw, and Ann Miller Seville; b. 
May 19, 1842; Student Univ. of N. C, 1859-61; Private, nth Ala. Reg., Va. Army, 
then Lieut, on Staff of Gen Marcus J. Wright, Army of Tenn., C. S. A.; Clerk Cir- 
cuit Court, Greene Co.; d. Sept. 22, 1869. 

i860. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

*Clark, Henry Clay, A. B., teacher, Eutaw. 

1857, Eutaw; s. James Blair Clark, Eutaw, and Mary Erwin; b. Dec. 3, 1838; 
Private, Co. B., nth Ala. Reg.; Killed at Irazier's Farm, Va., June 30, 1862. 

*Crenshaw, Anderson, A. B., Eutaw. 

1858, Eutaw; s. W. Crenshaw; b. Au;^. 6, 1839; Sergeant, C. S. A., Feb., 1861 
to April, 1862; d. in Mil. Ser., Yorktown, Va., April, 1862. 

*Hutchinson, Joseph, A. B., Greensboro. 

1857, Tuscaloosa; s. Joseph J. Hutchinson and Mary A. Jackson; b. April 21, 
1843; Prin. Acad., Belmont, Sumter Co., i860; Sergeant, 36th Ala., C. S. A.; Killed 
Sept. 18, 1863, battle of Chickamauga. 

*Jones, John Henry, A. B., cotton broker, Dallas, Tex. 

1857, Uniontown; s. William Jones, Uniontown, and Mary Jones; b. June 27, 
1840; Capt., C. S. A.; Prof, of Math., Howard Col., Marion; m. Carrie Pearson, 
Montgomery, Nov. 21, 1872; d. August 27, 1888. 



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*Leach, Sidney Fitts, A. B., merchant, Tuscaloosa. 

1 85 6, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. S. J. Leach, Tuscaloosa, and Elizabeth F. Fitts; b. 
Nov. 14, 1841; Sergeant, Fowler's Battery, C. S. A.; m. Mary Lee Peck, Tuscaloosa, 
Nov. 24, 1869; d. Sept. 7, 1898. 

Leland, John D., A. B., A. M., '87, merchant, Gilmer, Tex. 

1856, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. William A. Leland and Margaret W. Ish; b. June 8, 
1841; ist Lieut, and Adjt., 41st Reg., Ala. Vol., C. S. A.; Prin. of Grove Hill, Ala., 
Male Acad.; "Arthur Small Institute," Selma, 1865; Murray Institute, Tex., 1871; 
Concord Pub. Schools, 1896; Editor, Tyler, Tex., Daily Record, 1891; at one time a 
lawyer, now a merchant; m. Laura Janie Sims, Jefferson, Tex., August 25, 1869. 

Lloyd, William David Clinton, A. B., A. M., Louisville, Ky. 

1856, Winston Co., Miss.; s. Rev. David M. Lloyd, Jacksonville, Tex., and 
Martha Goodwin; Asst. Prin., Male High School, Mobile, 1860-61; 2nd Lieut., 20th 
Reg., Miss, ^''ol., 1861, Capt., Commissary, 1862, Major, 9th Bat., Ala. Vol., 1862-63, 
C. S. A.; Prisoner of War, 1863-65; m. (1) Alice Bridgeford, March 20, 1867, (2) 
Alice Craycroft, Oct. 28, 1873. 

*Norris, Thomas, A. B., book-keeper, Selma. 

1858, Selma; s. William J. Norris, Selma, and Louisiana Rebecca Rutherford; 
b. August 29, 1841; Capt., 3rd Reg., Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; Killed in battle at Chapell 
Hill, N. C, April, i86s. 

*Parker, John Marshall, A. B., teacher, Mexia, Tex. 

1859, Monroe Co.; s. Asa Parker and Flora Graham; Lieut., 23rd Reg., Ala. 
Vol., C. S. A.; Prin. Central Mil. Inst., Tex.; m. Ida Prendergast, Tex.; d. 1878. 

*Pickens, Joseph Alexander, A. B., agent, Birmingham. 

1856, Eutaw; s. Joseph Pickens and Caroline Judeth Henderson; b. March 15, 
1839; Capt., C. S. A.; Commission merchant, then Insurance agent; d. Aug. 14, 1885. 

*Smith, Franklin Newton, A. B.. Baldwin Co. 

1856, Sunimerfield; s. J. R. Smith; b. Jan. 3, 1838; d. 187 — . 

i860. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

*Bealle, William Robert, planter, Sylvan. 

i8s9, Foster's, Tuscaloosa Co.; s. Charles S. Bealle, Foster's, and Caroline S. 
Martin; b. Jan. 8, 1840; Private, C. S. A.; m. Lizzie Wheeler; d. Oct. 31, 1889. 

Boykin, Burwell, lumber business, Beaumont, Tex. 

i8S9, Portland, Dallas Co.; s. William Wiley Boykin, Portland, and Martha 
Rives; b. April 20, 1842; m. Fannie James, Montgomery, 1867. 

*Brantley, Henry Randal, New Orleans, La. 

1859, Vernon, Jackson Parish, La.; s. Hon. G. D. Brantley, Lafayette, and 
Elizabeth Fry Hollifield; b. Jan. 18, 1844; Piivate, C. S. A.; d. May 12, 1864. 

Burgin, Daniel Augustus, merchant, Mayhew, Miss. 

1857, Tuscaloosa; s. Thomas A. Burgin, Mayhew, Miss., and Martha Ann Davis; 
b. Sept. 20, 1842; Lieut., C. S. A.; m. Nancy Myrtis Garner, Mayhew, Nov. 24, 1885. 



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Burt, William Jefferson, ( Soph. ) 

1858, Mobile; s. Dr. William Burt; b. Oct. 4, 1841. 

*Clements, Collier Foster, planter, Tuscaloosa. 

1859, Tuscaloosa; s. Hardy Clements and Maria Pegues; b. Aug. 19, 1842; 
d. 1868. 

Crenshaw, Edward, lawyer, Greenville. 

1858, Manningham, Butler Co.; s. Walter H. Crenshaw, Greenville, and Sarah 

A. Crenshaw; b. Aug. 29, 1842; Student Univ. of Va., 1861; 2nd Lieut., 1861-63, 17th 
Ala. Reg., C. S. A., Capt., 32nd Ala. Reg., 1863-64, 2nd Lieut., C. S. Marines, 1864- 
6s; Clerk of Circuit Court, Butler Co., 1869-74; County Solicitor, 1879-83; City Attor- 
ney; Lawyer since 1874; m. Sarah Edith Brittain, Greenville, May, 1874. 

*Eatman, Francis Lawrence, teacher, Mantua. 

1859, Mantua, Pickens Co.; s. Reden Eatman and Sarah Chamblee; b. Jan. 15, 
1839; Killed at battle of Frazier's Farm, Va. 

*Ellerbe, Edward, Liberty Hill. 

1859, Liberty Hill, Dallas Co.; s. Alex. W. Ellerbe, Liberty Hill, and Catherine 

B. Pegues; b. Jan. 19, 1841; Private, Cahaba Rifles, 5th Ala., C. S. A.; d. August, 
1862. 

Elmore, Vincent Martin, lawyer, Montgomery. 

1859, Montgomery; s. Col. John Archer Elmore, Montgomery, and Laura 
Mariah Martin; b. July 18, 1840; Private, 3rd Ala. Inf.; 2nd Lieut., Co. H, Capt., 
Cos. H and E, and then Major, ist Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; Reg. in Chancery, Montgomery 
Co., 1875-1899; m. Rebecca S. Hails, Montgomery, Dec. 10, 1867. 

*Erickson, John Henry, 

1858, Tuscaloosa; s. J. Erickson; b. Nov. 6, 1841. 

Going, James Alfred, real estate and insurance, Birmingham. 

1859, Pleasant Grove, Pickens Co.; s. Eli Thomas Going, Pickens Co., and Jane 
M. Sonierville; b Jan. 8, 1842; Private, C. S. A., 1861; Non-Commissioned ofScer, 
1864, Lieut., 2nd Ala. Reg., 1865; Planter and merchant in Pickens Co; m. (i) Myrtis 
Glorina Billips, Franconia, Oct. 25, 1865, (2) Ella Gaines Parker, Livingston. 

*Hanks, Calvin Jones, merchant and planter, Durant, Miss. 

1859, Pickensville, Pickens Co.; s. Rev. Alexander Moseley Hanks and Levicia 
Cathrene Saunders; b. Oct. 15, 1839; Private in Virginia Army, C. S. A.; m. Gussie 
McGoughliTi, Durant, Miss., 1869; d. 1874. 

^Henderson, John Chalmers, teacher, Oktibbeha Co., Miss. 

1859, Tuscaloosa Co.; d. in Military Prison, Camp Douglass, 111., 1862. 

Henley, John Charles, banker, Birmingham. 

1859, Montgomery; s. John Henley, Montgomery, and Narcissa Molton; b. 
Sept. 29, 1842; Capt, 59th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; Retired Banker; m. Annie L. Linn, 
Birmingham, Jan. 25, 1876. 

*Hester, Wiley George Washington, planter, Tuscaloosa. 

1855-57, 1859-60, Tuscaloosa; s. William Hester and Nancy Moore Hamner; 
b. Oct. 18, 1839; Sergeant, Lumsden's Ala. Battery, C. S. A.; m. Carrie Keene, 
Tuscaloosa; d. August 19, 1871. 



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*Hester, William, physician, Tuscaloosa. 

1856, Tuscaloosa; s. Chapman Ambrose Hester and Martha Henley Hamner; 
b. June 9, 1841; A. B., Howard Col., 1861, M. D., Col. of P. and S., New York; Lieut., 
26th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; Surgeon U. of Ala., 1891-94, 1897-98; m. Sallie Olivia Hays, 
Tuscaloosa; d. Feb. 11, 1899. 

Inge, William Harden, 

1858, Tuscaloosa; s. Judge Robert Inge, Livingston, and Agatha Marr; b. Nov. 
9, 1840. 



Kennedy, John Robert, , 

1859, Oswichee, Russell Co.; b. July 16, 1842. 

*Macartney, Matthew Edwin, lawyer. Mobile. 

1859, Mobile; s. Matthew Macartney and Ann Maria Noles; b. Oct. 6, 1842; 
2nd Lieut., Co. B, 21st Ala., C. S. A.; Solicitor, Mobile Co., 1872-76; d. August 
19, 1876. 

Mastin, Peter Blackwell, planter, Montgomery. 

1859, Montgomery; s. Peter B. Mastin and Mary A. Mims; b. Sept. 29, 1842; 
3rd Lieut, 17th Ala. Reg., Inf., Capt., Co. G, 53rd Ala. Reg., Cav., C. S. A.; Dept. 
Tax Collector, 1892-93; Commissioner of Confederate Pensions, 1900 — ; m. Mary E. 
Harris, Columbus, Miss., Oct. 10, 1864. 

Mastin, Thomas Benton, planter, Montgomery. 

1859, Montgomery; s. Peter B. Mastin and Mary A. Mims; b. Jan. 20, 1841; 
3rd Lieut., 53rd Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; m. (i) Sarah Isabella Graham, Montgomery, (2) 
Lily C. Taylor, Montgomery, June, 1876. 

*McGowen, Andrew William, Pleasant Ridge. 

1859, Pleasant Ridge; s. James Maddox McGowen, Tuscaloosa, and Elizabeth 
Leonora Summerville; b. July 14, 1839; Student U. of Miss., 1860-62; Capt., C. S. A.; 
Killed in battle, Missionary Ridge. 

Molette, William Page, planter, Portland. 

1859, Elm Bluff, Dallas Co.; s. John Ulmer Molette, Portland, and Virginia 
Susan Caldwell; b. Sept. 3, 1842; Private, Co. F, 3rd Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; Rep., Gen. 
Assem., Ala., 1878-80; m. Julia Foster, Atlanta, Ga., 1873. 

*Moore, John Theodore, (Jun.), merchant, Birmingham. 

i860, Sumterville; s. Thomas Moore and Elizabeth C. Hanna; b. July 10, 1839; 
m. Selena E. Mills, Rock Hill, S. C; d. Aug. 30, 1888. 

Moseley, Andrew Brooks Stevens, journalist, Rome, Ga. 

1859, Montevallo. s. Dr. R. A. Moseley, Sr., and Maria B. Stevens; b. Oct. 19, 
1843; A. B., Rutgers Col., N. J., 1861; Private, Co. C, 4th Ala. Inf., 1861-62, ist 
Lieut., Co. E, 41st Ala., 1S62, Capt, i86.?-64. Staff duty, 1864-65, C. S. A.; Pres. 
Board of Education, Floyd Co., Ga., 1886-98; Vice and Deputy Consul General of U. 

S. to Singapore, S. S., 1900 ; m. (1) Maggie P. Swain, Jan. 15, 1871, (2) Beulah 

Shropshire, Feb. 14, 1882. 

*Peterson, Batte, 

i860, Tuskegee; b. March 28, 1844; d. 18 — . 



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*Peterson, Robert Augustus, 

i8s9. Tuskegee; b. March 23, 1841; d. 18 — . 

Prince, Edmond Rufus, book-keeper, Tampa, Fla. 

1859, Foster's, Tuscaloosa Co.; s. Nicholas W. Prince and Mary Foster; b. Jan. 
28, 1842; Private, C. S. A.; Studied Dentistry at Baltimore Dental Col., 1866; Practiced 
Dentistry a few years, afterwards merchant till 1893; m. Margaret Maclin Williams, 
Greensboro, Nov. i, 1869. 

*Ridgway, John Caldwell, Eutaw. 

1859, Eutaw; s. Bradley H. Ridgway and Elizabeth Bell; b. Jan. 6, 1838; Pri- 
vate and Courier to Gen. Wilcox, C. S. A.; Killed at battle of Gettysburg, July 3, 1863. 

Roberts, Jesse Ashley, 

1859, Butler, Choctaw Co.; s. Cullen Roberts; b. May 7, 1842. 

Rogers, James Polk, planter, Forkland. 

1859, Marion; s. George C. Rogers and Annis Caroline Dorroh; b. Dec. 5, 1841; 
Private, Co. G, 4th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; m. Ida Virginia Dorroh, Erie, Hale Co., Feb. 
28, 1868. 

*Smith, Bernice Ferdinand, (Jun.), physician, Los Nietos, Cal. 

1858, Sumterville; s. Dr. A. N. Smith, Meridian, Miss., and Louise Ann David- 
son; b. Dec. 31, 1842; M. D., 1868, Nashville Med. Col.; Adjt., sth Ala. Battalion, 
Army North Va., 1862-65; Physician and Life Insurance Agent; d. Aug., 1870. 

Smith, Richard Inge, lawyer, Mobile. 

1858, Mobile; s. Robert H. Smith, Mobile, and Evalina B. Inge; Adjutant, 5th 
Ala. Reg., ist Lieut., C. S. A. 

*Snoddy, Samuel Allen, (Jun.), planter, Union. 

1856, Mantua, Pickens Co.; s. Dr. Samuel Snoddy and Mary McLendon; b. 
April 2T, 1837; m. Malissa Burton, Union, Greene Co.; d. about 1865. 

*Spencer, John Scott, merchant and planter, Scooba, Miss. 

1859, Scooba, Miss.; s. John S. Spencer and Sarah Ann Van Zandt; b. March 
22, 1843; Sergeant in Jeff Davis Cav. Legion (Miss.), C. S. A.; m. Julia Stewart, 
Scooba, Miss., 1872; d. about 1882. 

*Spencer, William Octavius, physician, Red River Co., Tex. 

1856, Elyton, Jefferson Co.; s. William. Octavius Spencer and Eliza Van Zandt; 

b Nov. 12, 1840; M. D., 1862, Mobile; Hospital Steward, C. S. A.; m. , 

1864; d. 1898. 

Stafford, Frederick McKee, (Jun.), bond deajer, Chattanooga, 
Tenn. 

1857, Tuscaloosa; s. Prof. Samuel M. Stafford, Tuscaloosa, and Maria B. Brooks; 
b. Jan. 25, 1842; Grad. Va. Military Institute; Lieut., C. S. A.; m. Alice M. Rix, 
Keokuk, Iowa, June 18, 1871. 

Vance, Philip Marion, merchant, Birmingham. 

1859, Mars, Bibb Co.; s. David Vance, Mars, and Rebecca Shuttlesworth; b. 
July 12, 1840; ist Lieut, Co. F., nth Ala., C. S. A.; m. Catherine Jane Hill, Bibb 
Co., Sept. 13, 1866. 



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*Ward, Leonidas Washington, Marion. 

i860, Pelham, Choctaw Co.; s. W. W. Ward, Pelham, and Anna Foushee; 
Killed at battle of Sharpsburg, Md. 

*Watkins, William Henry, planter, Hampden. 

1858, Spring Hill, Marengo Co.; s. James L. Watkins, Hampden, and Evelyn 
Dumas; b. Dec. i8, 1841; m. Pattie Cravens, Hampden, Marengo Co., i860; Killed 
at battle of Chickamauga. 

1 86 1. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

Austin, Hurieosco, A. B., lawyer. Mobile. 

1858, Mobile; s. Jeremiah Austill, Jackson, and Margaret Eades; b. Feb. 16, 
1841; 2nd Lieut., ist Battalion, Ala. Reg., C. S. A., 1861-63; Served as Capt., 22nd 
Ala. Inf., m Ky. Campaign; Chancellor, South. Dist. of Ala., 1874-79; Rep., Gen. 
Assem., 1880-82, 1892-94; rn. Aurora Roberta Ervin, Dec. 23, 1873. 

*Baker, Richard Emmet, A. B., planter, Selma. 

1856, Elyton; s. Jacob H. Baker; b. July 13, 1838; Capt. of Artillery, C. S. A.; 
d. 18—. 

Burgin, John Davis, A. B., planter, Mayhew, Miss. 

1857, Tuscaloosa; s. Thomas A. Burgin, Mayhew, Miss., and Martha Ann Davis; 
b Oct. 25, 1840; Capt., soth Reg., Ala. Vol., C. S. A.; m. Martha Jane Locke, Mayhew, 
Miss., Sept., 1866. 

Clark, George, A. B., lawyer, Waco, Tex. 

1858, Eutaw; s. James Blair Clark, E.ttaw, and Mary Erwin; b. July 18, 1841; 
Capt., Co. B, nth Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; Attorney-General of Tex., 1874-76; Commis- 
sioner to codify the Laws of Tex., 1876-78; Judge, Court of Appeals, Tex., 1879 — ; m. 
Mary Johns, Austin, Tex., 1874. 

Clarke, Richard Henry, A. B., lawyer, Mobile. 

1859, Dayton; s. William E. Clarke, Demopolis, and Rebecca Raincock; b. Feb. 
9. 1843; 2nd Lieut., ist Bat. of Artillery (Regulars), C. S. A.; Solicitor, Marengo Co., 
1874-77; Solicitor, 7th Jud. Circuit, 1877-80; Member of U. S. Congress, 1889-97; Rep., 
Gen. Assem,, Ala., 1900-02; m. (i) Mary Kate Burke, (2) Helen Gaines Foote, August 
IS. 1877- 

Cockrell, Leonidas Aurelius, A. B., planter and teacher, Living- 
ston. 

1858, Livingston; s. Dempsey Cockrell, Livingston, and Millicent Carpenter; b. 
Nov. 27, 1839; Private and ist Sgt., Co. G, 44th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; Prin. of Acad, 
at Carrollton, 1884-85, Cuba, 1891-93, Livingston, 1893-95 and 1899, Furman, 1895-97, 
Andalusia, 1898-99; m. (i) Minna Taylor, Forkland, May 28, 1862, (2) Eleanor 
Corinne Hale, Carrollton, June 11, 1885. 

*Davis, John Dempsey, A. B., Plantersville. 

1857, Plantersville, Dallas Co.; s. Anderson Davis, Plantersville, and Emily 
Oden; Capt., C. S. A.; Killed at battle of Sharpsburg. 

*Duggar, Luke White, A. B., brokerage and insurance, Peters 
burg, Va. 

1858, Macon Sta., Marengo Co.; s. Henry Duggar, Macon, and Alice Goode 



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Watkins Vaughan; b. June 3, 1841; Drill Master for Troops in Ala. and Va., then 
Lieut, in Selden's Battery, C. S. A.; m. Louisa Boisseau, Petersburg, Va. ; d. at Van 
Dorn, Ala., 1892. 

*Farley, Francis, A. B., Cross Keys. 

1859, Cross Keys, Macon Co.; s. Jonathan C. Farley and Thermuthis Pinkston; 
b. August J9, 1840; d. at University, May, 1861. 

*Hall, James Abercrombie, A. B., teacher, Montgomery. 

1859, Montgomery; s. Boiling Hall, Coosada, and Mary Louisa Crenshaw; b. 
Oct. 8, 1840; Capt., Co. K, 24th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; d. Dec. 12, 1868. 

*Herbert, Dozier Godfrey, A. B., A. M., '79, lawyer, Galveston, 
Tex. 

1859, Deer Creek, Miss.; s. Rev. R. H. Herbert; b. Nov. 9, 1842; Aide-de-Camp 
to Gen. John H. Kelley, 1863; Capt. of Cav., C. S. A., 1864-65; Teacher, Episcopal 
High School, San Antonio, Tex., 1866-67; Sec, Historical Society, Galveston, Tex., 
1871-78; d. abcut 1890. 

*Knox, John Calhoun, A. B., planter, Greene Co. 

1858, Greene Co.; b. May 14, 1834; Capt., C. S. A., 1861; d. about 1868 or 
probably killed in C. S. A. 

*Lewis, Paul Hamilton, A. B., lawyer, Montevallo. 

1859, Montevallo; s. Dr. Paul Hamilton Lewis and Elizabeth Shortridge; b. 
Sept. 29, 1842; Capt., loth Reg., Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala.; m. 
Margaret Stephens Browne, Montevallo, Feb., 1868; d. July, 1874, at Tuscaloosa. 

*Martin, Horace Walpole, A; B., lawyer, Emory, Tex. 

1856, Tuscaloosa; s. Judge Peter Martin and Mary Brumley; b. Dec. 15, 1840; 
Private, C. S. A.; Mayor of Emory, Tex.; m. Minta Cook; d. 189 — . 

Massey, John, A. B., A. M., '75, LL. D.,79, educator, Tuskegee. 

iSs9, Nicholson's Store, Choctaw Co.; s. Drury Massey, Choctaw Co., and 
Vashti Gorham; b. Dec. i6, 1834; Adjutant, 1st Battalion, HilHard's Legion, C. S. A.; 
President A. C. F. Col., Tuskegee; m. (i) Fredonia A. Taylor, 1866, (2) Elnora F. 
Dallas, 1873. 

*McKeithan, Thomas Chancey, A. B., Robinson Springs. 

1858, Robinson Springs, Autauga Co.; s. Alexander McKeithan and Mrs. Eliza- 
beth Forman, {nee Smith); b. June 20, 1839; Lieut., Co. E, 6th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; 
Killed, battle of Malvern Hill, Va., July, 1862. 

*Phelan, John, A. B., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1859, Montgomery; s. John D. Phelan, Nashville, Tenn., and Mary Ann Harris; 
b. Nov. 22, 1842; Capt. of Artillery, Phelan's Battery, C. S. A.; Clerk, Lower House, 
Ala. Leg., 1861; m. Anna Owen Sale, Moulton, Dec. 26, 1871; d. Feb. 11, 1890. 

*Sanders, John Caldwell Calhoun, A. B., Clinton. 

1858, Clinton, Greene Co.; s. Dr. C. P. Sanders, Clinton, and Thomp- 
son; b. April 4, 1840; Capt. and Colonel, nth Ala. Reg., and Brigadier-General, C. 
S. A.; Killed in battle at Petersburg, Va., Aug. 21, 1864. 



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Vaughan, Edward Bressie, A. B., broker, Mobile. 

1858, Tuscaloosa; s. Edward Bressie Vaughan, Tuscaloosa, and Mariah Ann 
Blackburn; b. Dec. lo, 1840; Capt., Co. G, 26th Reg., Ala. Vol., 1861-65; Lumber and 
Timber Broker; m. (i) Mary Susan Jones, Miss., 1865, (2) Mary Elizabeth Hale, 
Eutaw, June, 1870. 

Young, William Brooks, A. B., lawyer, Jacksonville, Fla. 

i860, Linden; s. Judge James Alfred Young and Henrietta Julia Brooks; b. 
Sept. 22, 1842; Lieut., nth Ala. Reg., Vol., 1861-64; Capt., 1864, Adjutant-Gen. of 
Brigade, 1864-65, C. S. A.; Solicitor, Hale Co., Ala., 1871-73; Judge, 4th Judicial 
Circuit, Fla., 1890-93; m. (i) Alice Shaw, Greensboro, Oct. 25, 1883, (2) Margaret 
Rankin, Atlanta, Ga., July 10, 1889. 

1861. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

*Abernathy, Macon, Jacksonville. 

1859, Jacksonville; s. Miles W. Aberi)athy and Anne Hoke; b. Aug. 7, 1842; 
Private, Co. G, loth Ala., Wilcox's Brigade, mortally wounded, battle of Frazier's 
Farm, Va., June 30, 1862; d. at Richmond, Va., July 1, 1862. 

*Avery, Albert Monroe, planter, Havana. 

i860, Greensboro; s. David Avery, Greensboro, and Elizabeth Williams; b. Nov. 
12, 1842; Capt., Co. C, 2oth Ala. Reg., C. S A.; Mem. Gen. Assem., Ala. Leg.; Regis- 
ter Land office, Huntsville, 1894-98; d. Oct. 25, 1898. 

*Bolling, John, lawyer, Greenville. 

1859, Greenville; s. S. J. Boiling and Mary Boiling; b. March 21, 1841; Capt., 
C. S. A.; d. May 13, 1898. 

Caldwell, John Alexander, broker, Tuscaloosa. 

1856, Tuscaloosa; s. John S. Caldwell and Mary Ann Eddins; b. Jan. i, 1841; 
2nd Lieut., Lumsden's Bat., C. S. A.; Merchant, Bodie, Calif., now Merchandise 
Broker at Tuscaloosa. 

*Cannon, Thomas Emmons, Columbus, Miss. 

i860, Columbus, Miss.; s. William R. Cannon and Eliza Jane Cannon; b. Sept. 
23, 1842; Aide-de-Camp to Gen. Jacob H. Sharp; Killed in battle of Jonesboro, Ga., 
August 31, 1864. 

Chambers, Edwin Glover, , Tex. 

i860. Spring Hill, Marengo Co.; b. Dec. i, 1842. 

*Coleman, Samuel Cruse, planter. Coatopa. 

i860, Brewersville, Sumter Co.; s. Dr. William H. Coleman, Livingston, and 
Susan Shackleford; b. August 1, 1843; Private, Co. I, sth Ala., C. S. A.; m. Susadele 
McCarty, Demopolis, Jan. 30, 1872; d. at Monterey, Mex., March 6, 1883. 

Croom', Wiley Gray, planter, Vicksburg, Miss. 

1861, Newberne; s. Thomas Holliday Croom and Martha Huckabee; b. March 
15, 1844; Private, C. S. A.; m. Mattie Paul, Newberne. 

Davis, Hugh, merchant, Memphis, Tenn. 

1861, Hamburg, Perry Co.; s. Hugh Davis, Marion, and Sarah Rachel Jones; 
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b. March 25, 1843; Orderly Sgt., 20th Ala., promoted to 2nd Lieut., C. S. A.; En- 
gaged in planting, Perry Co., 1865-89, Madison Parish, La., 1889-92, Deeson, Miss., 
1892-99; m. Ella Robbins, Hamburg, Dec. 13, 1878. 

DuBose, Christopher Pegues, planter, Herndon, Fla. 

i860, Macon, Marengo Co.; s. James H. DuBose, Birmingham, and Harriet 
Pegues; b. August 8, 1839; Student Univ. of Va.; Corporal, Jeff Davis Artillery, 
C. S. A. 

*Dunlap, William Henry Clay, lawyer, West Point, Miss. 

1859, Pickensville; s. James Madison Dunlap and Sarah A. Barringer; b. Dec. 
7, 1841; Lieut., then Capt., C. S. A.; Merchant and Planter; m. Mary Crump, Sept., 
1870; d. Nov. 14, 1876. 

*Fairris, Sylvester Leander, Lowndesboro. 

i860, Lowndesboro; s. Mordecai D. Fairris and Jane Rembert; b. Oct. 30, 1843; 
Private, C. S. A.; d. from wounds received in battle. 

Farley, Joseph, freight agent, Dallas, Tex. 

i860, Cross Keys, Macon Co.; s. Jonathan C. Farley and Thermuthis Pinkston; 
b. Jan. 31, 1842; Private in Lee's Army in Va., 1861-64; Capt. and Quartermaster, 
1864-65, C. S. A.; Manager, Dallas Freight Bureau; m. Susie T. Deats, Montgomery, 
Jan. s, 1864. 

Finley, John Goode, lawyer, Montgomery. 

1859, Montgomery; b. August 12, 184?, 

*Fiquet, Charles Jerome, Jr., merchant, Rockville, Mo. 

i860, Tuscaloosa; s. Charles Jerome Fiquet, Tuscaloosa, and Mary Ann Foster; 
b. Sept. 2, .'844; m. Susan Wilcox; d. 18 — . 

*Foster, George Douglass, River Ridge. 

i860. River Ridge, Monroe Co.; s. Arthur Foster, Monroe Co., and Frances 
Roach; b. Dec. 7, 1845; Private, C. S. A.; m. Lizzie Johnson, River Ridge; d. 18 — . 

*Gladney, James William, Buena Vista, Miss. 

i860, Buena Vista, Miss.; s. James Beckett Gladney and Sarah Ann Gardner; 
b. June 18, 1840; Joined Vandorn Reserves of Aberdeen, Miss.; Private, C. S. A.; 
d. April 5, 1861, at Aberdeen, Miss. 

*Gordon, Robert Hayne, Eutaw. 

i860, Eutaw; s. S. O. Gordon; b. Dec. 4, 1839; Killed in C. S. A. 

Goree, Edwin, planter, Marion. 

i860, Marion; s. John Rabb Goree, Marion, and Sarah Elizabeth King; b. 
March 15, 1844; Private, C. S. A.; m. Bettie Lowry, Marion. 

*Gowdey, Henry Clay, Paris,Tex. 

i860, Eutaw; s. John M. Gowdey; b. March 25, 1844; d. 18 — . 

Guild, Walter, editor, Tuscaloosa. 

1857, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. James Guild, Sr., and Mary Elizabeth Williams; b. 
August 21, 1837; Private, Co. B, ist Ala. Reg., 1861-62, Co. D, 2nd Ala., 1862-63, 



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2nd Lieut., 1863; Recruiting officer, 1863-64; Enlisted, Co. L, Lumsden's Bat., 1864-65, 
C. S. A.; Editor North Port New Era, 1879; Sec, Ala. Historical Society and Editor 
of "The Historical Reporter," 1879-84; Associate Editor Tuscaloosa Clarion, 1882. 

*Haden, William Banks, planter, Hale Co. 

i860, Selma; s. Maj. A. L. Haden; b. Aug. 17, 1842; d. 18 — . 

*Hall, Winter Payne, planter, Eutaw. 

i860, Eutaw; s. Joseph White Hall. Eutaw, and Elvira Pugh, of Grove Hill; 
b. Jan. 20, 1841; 2nd Sgt., Co. F, 40th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; Sheriff Greene Co.; m. 
Mattie J. Davis, Eutaw, Jan. 14, 1864; d. Jan. 23, 1879. 

*Hester, William Chapman, planter, Montevallo. 

1855, Tuscaloosa; s. William Hester, Tuscaloosa, and Nancy Moore Hamner; 
b. May 8, 1838; Color Bearer, Lumsden's Battery, C. S. A.; d. 1890. 

*Hughes, Rufus Lockert, merchant, Bridgeville. 

1859, Bridgeville, Pickens Co.; s. B. J. Hughes, Bridgeville, and Jane Evelyn 
Going; b. .Sept. 23, 1841; Private, C. S. A.; m. Ellen E. Somerville, Franconia, Oct. 
25, i86s; d. Oct. 30, 1867. 

Hopkins, William Williamson, lawyer and book-keeper, Living- 
ston. 

1859, Pushmataha, Choctaw Co.; s. Devereux Hopkins, Sumter Co., and Eliza- 
beth Wood Ryan; b. June 21, 1841; ist Lieut., Co. C, 22nd Ala. Inf., C. S. A., re- 
signed, 1862, on account of ill health, afterwards enlisted as Private in Hampton's 
Cavalry. 

*Hurt, Thomas Augustus, merchant, Dallas, Tex. 

1859, Jacksonville; s. Robert A. Hurt ?nd Frances Adlein Williams; b. Nov. 25, 
1844; Lieut., C. S. A.; m. Florence Alderhoff, Chattanooga, Tenn., Feb. 8, 1872; d. 
Jan. 28, 1876. 

*Hutton, Augustus Caldwell, planter, West Greene. 

i860, Hopewell, Greene Co.; s. John Newton Hutton, West Greene, and Eliza 
Jane Watkins; b. Sept. 23, 1841; Private, Co. B, 36th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; d. at 
Tuscaloosa, Jan. 8, 1898. 

Irwin, Reason Whitehead, planter. Fort Gaines, Ga. 

i860. Fort Gaines, Ga. ; s. Col. Alexander Irwin, Irwin's Cross Roads, Ga., and 
Margaret M. Lawson; b. Oct. 8, 1840; ist Lieut., 6th Ala., C. S. A.; m. Annie 
Warthen, Washington Co., Ga., March 4, 1863. 

*Jones, Benjamin Rush, 

1859, Montgomery; s. Dr. B. R. Jones; b. March 16, 1842; d. 18 — . 

Jones, James Theodore, planter. Mulberry. 

i860, Mulberry; s. Redmon Jones; b. Dec. 12, 1839; Private, Lumsden's Battery, 
C. S. A,; Teacher, 1865-69; Planter since 1869. 

Knox, Isaac Price, 

i860, Cochrane's Mill, Pickens Co.; b. Feb. 21, 1843. 

Lee, Britton Capel, 

i860, Milton, Autauga Co.; b. Feb. 21, 1838. 



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Lindsay, Henry Clay, lawyer, Waco, Tex. 

1859, Monroe Co.; s. Dr. J. M. Lindsay; b. Oct. 6, 1842. 

Love, William Henry, , Miss. 

i860, Uchee, Russell Co.; s. Henry C. Love; b. Dec. 17, 1839; Moved to Miss. 
in 1866. 

"•■■Maxwell, John Thomas, merchant, Tuscaloosa. 

1861, Tuscaloosa; s. Thomas Maxwell, Tuscaloosa, and Susan Charlotte Farley, 
Ipswich, Mass.; b. August 8, 1846; m. Kate Hudson, Mobile; d. at New Orleans, 
Sept. 29, 1876. 

Mayberry, Jacob Dennis, planter, Harrisburg. 

i860, Mt. Sterling, Choctaw Co.; s. Jacob Mayberry, Centreville, and Mary 
Coleman; b. June 24, 1844; Lieut., C. S. A.; Sheriff, Choctaw Co., 1884-90; Tax 
Assessor, Choctaw Co., 1890-94; U. S. Dep. Marshal, 1894-98; m. Clara Jane Thomas, 
Butler, Nov. 26, 1874. 

McClanahan, James Theodore, journalist, Mansfield, La. 

1859, Columbiana, Shelby Co.; s. J. M. McClanahan, Mansfield, La., and Eliza 
A. Roper; b. May 31, 1843; Capt., 31st Reg., Ala. Vol., C. S. A.; Teacher at DeSoto, 
Parish, La., 1890-91; m. Eddie Bolton, Shiloh, La., Aug. 5, 1898. 

McCracken, William Glasko, planter, Eutaw. 

1859, Mantua, Pickens Co.; s. William McCracken, Mantua, and Rebecca Gam- 
mill; b. Nov. 25, 1839; ist Lieut., and Capt., Co. C, 24th Reg., Ala. Vol., C. S. A.; 
Teacher, 1865-69; Supt. of Education, Greene Co., 1870-76. 

McMath, William Marion, merchant, El Paso, Ark. 

1859, Tuscaloosa; s. James H. McMath and Livenia Tannehill; b. March 4, 
1843; 2nd Lieut., Co. F, loth Ala., C. S. A., m. . 

Nave, George Solon, planter, Chicago, 111. 

i860, Marion; s. Jesse B. Nave, Marion, and Mary W. Derden; b. March 23, 
1844; Capt., C. S. A.; Merchant for several years; m. Ella Mary Latham, Green Val- 
ley, 111., Dec. 23, 1877. 

Ogburn, James Austin, steamboatman, Tuscaloosa. 

i860, Tuscaloosa; s. William Henry Ogburn and Mary Holloway; b. April 7, 
1840; Private, Orderly Sgt., Sgt. Major and Lieut., C. S. A.; m. Nonie Eddins, Tusca- 
loosa, Dec. 20, 1866. 

*Palmer, Solomon, lawyer and teacher. East Lake. 

1859, Hanover, Blount Co.; s. Solomon Palmer, Village Springs, and Elizabeth 
Henderson; b. August 23, 1839; 2nd Lieut., 1861, Major, 19th Reg., Ala. Vol., C. S. 
A., 1863; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1865-67; State Supt. of Education, Ala., 1884-90; 
President East Lake Atheneum, 1890-96; m. Virginia Law, Feb. 24, 1867; d. May 15, 
1896. 

Pearce, George Alfred, book-keeper, Abilene, Tex. 

1859, Tuscaloosa; s. Joseph W. Pearce, Marion, and Rebecca Conrow; b. Oct. 
26, 1840; Private, then Sergeant, C. S. A.; m. (i) Mary O. West, (2) Helen E. West. 



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*Peareson, Philip Edward, Lawyer, Richmond, Tex. 

1859, Matagorda, Tex.; s. Edward A. Peareson, Matagorda, Tex., and Margaret 
C. Shortridge; b. Oct. 24, 1841; Lieut, 6th Reg., Tex. Inf., C. S. A.; Capt, T. V. G., 
1882; Col., 3rd Reg., T. V. G., 1886; Dist. Clerk, Matagorda Co., 1866-69; Dist. 
Attorney, 1879; m. Helen M. Rugeley, Sept. 2, 1865, Matagorda, Tex.; d. July 31, 1895. 

Pearson, Herbert, planter, Leggett, Tex. 

i860, Clayton; s. Benjamin F. Pearson, Clayton, and Harriet Dismukes; b. 
Sept. 8, 1840; ist Lieut., Co. G., 29th Ala. Reg., C. S. A. 

*Pegues, Edward, planter, Rehoboth. 

i860, Cambridge, Dallas Co.; s. James E. Pegues, Athens, Dallas Co., and 
Harriet Evans; b. Jan. 19, 1842; Lieut., 38tii Ala. RegT, C. S. A.; Prisoner, Johnson's 
Island, 18 months; m. Rosalie McKenzie Pettway, Camden, Jan. 17, 1871; d. Nov. 

3, 1889. 

*Phelan, Ellis, lawyer, Waterbury, Conn. 

i860, Montgomery; s. John Dennis Phelan, Nashville, Tenn., and Mary Anne 
Harris; b. Aug. 11, 1843; Capt., 45th Reg., Ala. Vol., C. S. A.; Major, Consolidated 
Reg., C. S. A.; Clerk, House of Rep., Gen. Assem. of Ala., 1870-77; Secretary of 
State, Ala., two terms; Probate Judge, Waterbury, Conn., two terms; m. (i) Amy 
Hawkins, Elyton, 1870, (2) Mary Frisbil, Waterbury, Conn., 1884; d. August 5, 1897. 

Pickens, John Henderson, abstractor, Abilene, Tex. 

1858, Eutaw; s. Joseph Pickens, Eutaw, and Caroline J. Henderson; b. Feb. i, 
1842; Lieut., then Capt., Co. G, 40th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; Dep Dist. and County Clerk, 
San Francisco, Cal., 1876-79; Same for Taylor Co., Tex., 1886-91; Sec, Assessor and 
Collector, Abilene, Tex., 1S98-1900; Abstractor of Land Titles; m. Eva Sarah Polk, 
Abilene, Tex., Nov. 12, 1890. 

*Pierce, Beverly Browne, salesman, Birmingham. 

i860, Eutaw; s. William F. Pierce, Futaw, and Mary E. Ratcliffe; b. Feb. 16, 
1843; Private, C. S. A.; Teacher at Gainesville, i year; m. Bettie Herndon, Eutaw, 
1872; d. at Altoona, La., Dec. 21, 1892. 

Pierce, Hubbell, cotton buyer, Coosada. 

1859; Montevallo; s. Hubbell Pierce, Montevallo, and Permelia Frances 
McMeans; b. Feb. 22, 1838; Sgt. Major, loth Ala., i86i, ist Lieut., 24th Ala., 1861- 

62, Capt., Co. H, 24th Ala., 1862-65; Postmaster, Coosada, 1897 ; Commission 

Merchant, Selma, several years; m. Mary Catherine Myers, Montgomery Co., April 
21, 1874. 

Pinckard, Lucius, life insurance, Atlanta, Ga. 

1859, Tuskegee; s. William Pinckard, Tuskegee, and Sarah Calloway; b. Aug. 

4, 1841; ist Lieut, and Adjt., 14th Ala. Reg., C. S. A., promoted to Lieut.-Col. at 
battle of Sharpsburg, soon afterwards appointed Col., 14th Ala.; Sheriff, Macon Co., 
1884-88; m. Fannie L. Graves, Tuskegee, Feb. 29, 1865. 

*Pippen, Eldred Duncan, Eutaw. 

1861, Eutaw; s. Eldred Pippen, Eutaw, and Mrs. Hixey Dunn (nee High); 
b. Nov. 12, 1841; 2nd Lieut., Lawler's Battery, C. S. A.; Killed at battle of Chicka- 
mauga, Sept. 19, 1863. 

*Porter, Abington Newton, planter, Dallas Co. 

1858, Jacksonville; s. Porter and Eliza Walker; Capt, 5th Ala. Cav., 

C. S. A.; b. May 4, 1843; d. Aug., 1872. 



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*Portis, Thomas William, merchant, Claiborne. 

i860, Claiborne; s. Samuel Goodwin Portis and Martha Gordon; b. Oct. 30, 
1844; Private, Co. A, 42nd Reg., 1862-65, C. S. A.; d. July, 1865. 

Post, P. Kingston, Jr., 



i860, Summerville, Somerset Co., N. J.; s. P. Kingston Post; b. May 5, 1838; 
Writing Master when he entered College; Enlisted as private, 1861, C. S. A. 

*Powe, Henry Harrison, planter and stock-raiser, Alpine, Tex. 

i860, Black Creek, Choctaw Co.; s. O. H. Powe; b. Jan. 4, 1840; m. Miss West, 
Wayne Co., Miss., Feb., 1865; d. near Alpine, Tex., Spring of 1891. 

*Prince, Thomas Carroll, planter, Louisville, Ky. 

i860, Bladen Springs; s. Col. T. McC. Prince and Lucy Anthony Trotter; 
b. June 28, 1842; Lieut-Col., 22nd Reg., Ala. Vol., C. S. A.; m. Gertrude IngersoU, 
Mobile, 1S67; d. 1869. 

Ramsey, William King, bank cashier, Camden, Ark. 

i860, Allenton; s. Rev. A. C. Ramsey, Forest Home, and Amanda Elizabeth 
Wardlaw; b. June 18, 1843; Private, 3rd Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; Clerk, Circuit Court, 
1878-84; Register, U. S. Land office, 1885-89; m. Mary F. Vickers, Camden, Ark., 
Nov. 17, 1869, (2) Mrs. Mattie Stanley, Camden, Ark., Nov. 6, 1884. 

*Reese, Augustus, Lowndesboro. 

i860, Lowndesboro; s. George Marlow Reese and Ann Lasseter; b. Oct. 8, 
1842; 2nd Lieut., 3rd Ala., C. S. A.; d. in Mil. Sen, Richmond, Va., June 29, 1862. 

Rumph, William James, clerk, Carlowville. 

i860, Carlowville, Dallas Co.; s. W. M. Rumph and Frances J. Lide; b. Nov. 
20, 1841; Private, C. S. A.; m. Fanny Rumph, Oct., 1869. 

Smith, George Washington, physician. Fort Smith, Ark. 

i860, Mt. Sterling, Choctaw Co.; s. George F. Smith, Mt. Sterling, and Louisi- 
anna Price; b. March i, 1840; M. D., 1867, Univ. of La.; m. Mary Elizabeth Toole, 
Choctaw Co., Jan., 1869. 

*Stallworth, John Crosby, Evergreen. 

i860. Evergreen; s. J. A. Stallworth and Harriett Emeline Crosby; b. August 
24, 1843; ist Lieut., 15th Ala. Reg., 1861, and Adit., 33rd \la. Reg., C. S. A., 1862; 
d. in Military Service, 1862. 

Street, Robert Gould, lawyer, Galveston, Tex. 

i86o, Tuscaloosa; b. Dec. 12, 1843. 

Thompson, Elias Benson, A. M.. physician, Marion, 

1859, Marion; b. March 11, 1841; M. D., Tulane Univ., 1869; m. Rosa Perry 
Townes, Marion, Nov. 6, 1886. 

Walker, Hickman Pierce, merchant, Tuscaloosa. 

1S60, Tuscaloosa; s. Robert B. Walker, Tuscaloosa, and Eliza F. Spiller; b. Feb. 
8, 1839; Lieut.-Col., i8th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; Member of First Board of Education 
of Tuscaloosa. 



1862] Graduates with Titled Degrees 151 

*Wallis, Elijah Crockett, Memphis. 

i860, Memphis, Pickens Co.; s. James W. Wallis; b. Aug. 12, 1843; Private, C. 
S. A., 1861-62; Killed in battle in Va., 1862. 

*Weaver, Phihp Augustus, , Tex. 

1859, Mobile; s. R. Weaver; b. Sept. 6, 1842; d. about i88o. 

Webb, William Henry, lawyer, Salinas City, Cal. 

i860, Eutaw; s. William P. Webb, Eutaw, and Martha Bell; b. Aug. $, 1844; 
LL. B., Lebanon, Tenn., 1867; Private, C. S. A., sist Ala. Cav. ; Judge District Court, 
Calif.; m. (i) Elouise De Aubrigo, (2) Augustius De Aubrigo. 



West, John, 

i860, Waynesboro, Miss., s. John West; b. April 7, 1840. 

Williams, Caleb Jacob, 

1861, Mt. Sterling; b. Sept. 10, 1843. 

*Williamson, James Spurlock, planter, White Hall. 

i860, Benton; s. A. T. Williamson, Lowndesboro, and Martha Rice; b. Jan. i, 
1844; Adjt., 14th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; d. Oct., 1878. 

1862. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

*Burwell, Orville Catley, A. B., Oregon. 

1861, Oregon, Jefferson Co.; s. O. S. Burwell; b. March 23, 1841; d. 1862, 

*Chambers, John Hewell, A. B., Tuscaloosa. 

i860, Tuscaloosa; s. John Eaton Chambers and Martha Hewell; b. Aug. 8, 1841; 
Killed in battle, Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 16, 1864. 

*Ellerbe, Clarence Heber, A. B., Liberty Hill. 

1859, Liberty Hill, Dallas Co.; s. Alexander W. Ellerbe, Liberty Hill, and 
Catherine B. Pegues; b. Feb. 20, 1843; 1st Lieut, and Adjutant, 40th Ala. Inf., C. S. 
A.; Killed in battle Bentonville, N. C, March 19, 1865. 

*Griffin, James Francis, A. B., planter and merchant, Demopolis. 

1859, Demopolis; s. Dr. Goodman Griffith Griffin, Demopolis, and Willey Ann 
Glover; b. Jan. 13, 1840; Private, C. S. A.; State Senator, 1881-83; Mayor, Demopolis, 
1886-90; m. (i) Annie Strudwick, Demopolis, 1865, (2) Willie Glover Eaton, Dayton, 
1867; d. Dec. 12, 1896. 

King, John Rigor Drish, A. B., minister, Coffeeville, Miss. 

1859, Tusciloosa; s. V/illiam Woolsey King and Catherine M. Drish; b. Nov. 27, 
1842; Capt., 45th Ala. Reg., Vol., C. S. A.; Clerk, Book-keeper, Teacher and Planter, 
1865-85; Minister, M. E. C, S., 1885 — , Miss. Conference; m. (i) Sally B. Mosly, 
Oct., 1870, (2) Estelle Mosly, Feb. 10, 1876. 

Smith, Eugene Allen, A. B., geologist, University. 

i860, Prattville; s. Dr. Samuel Smith, Prattville, and Adelaide Julia Allen; b. 
Oct. 27, 1841; A. M. and Ph. D., Heidelberg, Germany, 1868; LL. D., Univ. of Miss., 
1899; 2nd Lieut., Co. K, 33rd Ala. Reg., Major, 1862, C. S. A.; Capt and Instructor in 



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Tactics, U. of Ala., 1862-65; Professor, U. of Ala., 1871 — ; Geology and Mineralogy, 
1871-74; Chemistry, Geology and Nat. History, 1874-78, Chem. Mineralogy and Geology, 
1878-90, Mineralogy and Geology, 1890 — ; Hon. Commissioner to Paris Exposition, 
1878; Special Agent, Tenth Census, 1880; Member American Committee, International 
Geolog. Congress, 1884-89; Mem. of Council, Geolog. Society of America, 1892-93; 
State Geologist cl Ala., 1873 — ; m. Jennie H. Garland, Oxford, Miss., July 10, 1872. 

Spencer, Horatio Nelson, A. B., St. Louis, Mo. 

1 86 1, Port Gibson, Miss.; s. Horatio Nelson Spencer, Port Gibson, Miss., and 
Sarah Marshall; b. July 7, 1842; A. M., S. W. Presbyterian Univ., Clarksville, Tenn., 
M. D., Col. of P. and S., N. Y., 1868; LL. D., West Minister, Fulton, Mo.; Private, 
C. S. A.; Prof. Med. Dept., Washington Univ., St. Louis, Mo.; m. (i) Anna Kirt- 
land. New York, Sept. 28, 1868, (2) Lilla P. Dwight, Charleston, S. C, July 6, 1887. 

Tarrant, Edward William, A. B., A. M., '78, educator, Brenham. 
Tex. 

1859, Tuscaloosa; s. Edward Tarrant and Permelia A. Van Zandt; b. Sept. 14, 
1842; 2nd Lieut., Tarrant's Ala. Battery, C. S. A.; Supt. Education, Carroll Co., 
Miss., 1880-83; Member, Tex. Conference, M. E. Church, South, 1883-92; President 
Chapel Hill, Tex., F. Col., 1883-92; Supt., Brenham, Tex., Public Schools, 1892—; 
m. (i) Annie W. Spencer, Tuscaloosa, Dec. 4, 1869, (2) Anna H. Fisher, Smithville, 
Tex., June 23, 1900. 

1862. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

Adams, William Francis, planter, Faunsdale. 

1 86 1, Uniontown; s. Richard H. Adams and Anna Carter Harrison; b. Dec. 
23, 1844; Courier to Gens. Rodes and Grimes, C. S. A.; Tax Assessor, Marengo Co., 
1878-84; U. S. Dep. Marshal, 1894-96; m. Fanny Lewis Gwathmey, Mobile Co., Oct. 
23, 1867. 

Banks, Robert Webb, Jackson, Miss. 

1861, Columhus, Miss.; s. Dunstan Banks, Columbus, Miss., and Lucretia Webb, 
Greensboro; Private, Co. B, 43rd Miss. Inf., Sgt.-Major, 37th Miss Inf., appointed 
Adjt., 29th Ala. Inf., C. S. A.; Planter, 1S66-90; Warehouseman, 1870-90; Editor, 
April, 1889-92; Lieut.-Col., 3rd Miss., U. S. Vol. Inf., Spanish War, 1898; Now in 
employ of Tenn. Planters Co., Memphis, Tenn.; m. Alice Clay Sherrod, Courtland, 
Nov. 18, 1869. 

*Battle, John Moore, New York. 

1861, Mobile; s. S. G. Battle; b. Sept. 12, 1844; Lieut, of Artillery, C. S. A.; 
Ofifice White Lead Co., New York; d. April 30, 1892. 

*Bealle, Benjamin Fountaine, Tuscaloosa. 

i860, Tuscaloosa; b. June 26, 1843; Lieut., 33rd Reg., Ala. Vol., C. S. A.; d. 
Mil. Ser., Shelbyville, Tenn., 1862. 

*Bibb, Richard, Manack. 

i86t, Manack, Lowndes Co.; s. R. J. Bibb, Hope Hull, and Elizabeth Spivey; 
b. Nov. IS, 1842; ist Lieut., Grade's Brigade, C. S. A.; Killed in battle of Chicka- 
mauga. 

*Brown, George Alexander, lawyer, Columbia, Tenn. 

i860, Sumterville; s. G. A. Brown, Livingston, and Sarah B. Godfrey; b. Nov. 



1862] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 153 

9. 1845; For several years Cotton Factor in Mobile; m. Annie Brown Myers, Colum- 
bia, Tenn., Jan. 39, 1874; d. May 11, 1876. 

*Brown, John Evander, planter, Sumterville. 

i860, Sumterville, s. John Evander Brown, Sr., and Mary J. Godfrey; b. March 
4. 1844; Lieut., C. S. A.; d. Nov. 3, iS66, from effects of exposure in Army. 

*Browne, Edwin Jere, planter^ Epes. 

1861, Sumterville; s. Jere H. Browne, Sumter Co., and Julia A. Hines, of S. C; 
b. Nov. 16, 1844; Lieut., Cav., C. S. A.; m. (i) Mary Porter Brown, Oxford, Miss., Jan. 
25, 186s, (2) Fannie Farish, St. Louis, Mo., Sept., 1870; d. Nov. 7, 1898. 

Burks, Leonidas Ferguson, planter, Tuscaloosa. 

1S61," Northport; s. Bennett Burks and Louisa Roycroft; b. May 14, 1846; 
Private, Co. D, 2nd Ala., C. S. A.; m. Elizabeth D. Christian, Northport, Jan. 11, 1871. 

Bush, John Curtis, cotton factor, Mobile. 

1861, Mobile; s. Albert Peyton Bush, Mobile, and Sarah Ann Williams; b. June 
17, 1845; A. M., Univ. of Miss.; Mayor, Mobile, 1897-1900; m. Ruth Sarah Tarrant, 
Marion, Nov. 30, 1869. 

*Cade, John Catlin, planter, Selma. 

1861, Daytcn, Marengo Co.; s. Adolphus Sellers Cade and Thurza Jane Catlin; 
b. Sept. 7, 1843; Adjutant, C. S. A.; Appointed Probate Judge, Marengo Co., 1867; 
m. Sallie Temison, Tuscaloosa, Dec. 24, 1864; d. Meridian, Miss., March 8, 1875. 

*Carson, John Richard, Greensboro. 

i86i, Greensboro; s. Thomas Kelly Carson and Lucretia Adelard Shortridge 
Chadwick; b. April 24, 1843; Capt., Co. K, 45th Ala., C. S. A.; Killed in battle, Frank- 
lin, Term., Nov. 30, 1864. 

*Cheney, Benjamin, Greensboro. 

1 86 1, Greensboro; s. William T. Cheney, Jefferson, and America P. Bohannan; 
Private, 43rd Ala., C. S. A.; Captured at Strawberry Plains, Tenn., and died there 
in prison, Sept. 16, 1863. 

Child, William Alexander, planter, Clinton. 

i860, Tuscaloosa; b. Aug. 6, 1843; ist Lieut., C. S. A.; m. Kitty Cockrell, Aug., 
1863, at Eutavv. 

*Clarke, Carter Pegram, civil engineer, Demopolis. 

1861, Daytcn; s. William E. Clarke and Rebecca Raincock; b. Feb. 4, 1845; C. 
E., Univ. of Va., 1869; Member Signal Corps, Fort Morgan, C. S. A.; d. of yellow 
fever, Beaver Meadow, Sept. 23, 1873. 

Cochrane, Harden Perkins, physician, Franklin, Tenn. 

i860, Tuscaloosa; s. William Cochrane, Tuscaloosa, and Sophia Sarah Louise 
Perkins; b. Oct. i, 1843; M. D., 1874. Univ. City of N. Y.; Drill Master for Con- 
federate Troops, 1861-62; Private and Sergeant-Major, 2nd Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; Phy- 
sician, Birmingham, 1874-92, since then at Franklin, Tenn.; m. (i) Lalla Mudd, Bir- 
minghaai. May 12, i88i, (2) Leighla Octavia Perkins, Franklin, Tenn., Jan. 19, 1887. 

Cocke, J. H., 

1861, Montgomery; s. Chancellor Cocke; b. Nov. 12, 1843. 



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*Cocke, William Thompson, medical student, Greensboro. 

1861, Greensboro; s. John Cocke and Amanda E. Bohannon; b. Aug. 13, 1844; 
A. B., Univ. of Va., i860; d. near Dandridge, Tenn., 1863. 

*Cox, James Lumley, Clayton. 

1 86 1, Clayton; s. William Emanuel Cox and Sarah McNeil; b. Nov. 9, 1844; 
Private, C. S. A.; Killed at battle of Chickamauga. 

*Davis, Henry Harrison, planter and minister, Eufaula. 

i86t, Glennville; s. Gardner Harwell Davis and Mary Trice; b. Dec. 19, i?^39; 
m. Alice Sterns, Oct., 1867; d. Oct., 1884. 

*Dearing, Alexander Thomas, planter, Tuscaloosa. 

1859-60, 1861-62, Tuscaloosa; s. Alexander B. Dearing, Tuscaloosa, and Ruth 
Maria Rogers; b. Oct. 17, 1843; Private, Lumsden's Battery, C. S. A.; d. Jan. i, 1868. 

Dent, John Herbert, book-keeper, Montgomery. 

1861, Eufaula; s. John Harry Dent, Cave Springs, Ga., and Mary Elizabeth 
Morrison; b. Feb. 20, 1845; Private, Eufaula Artillery, Army of Tenn., 1862-65; Clerk 
in Auditor's office. 



Douglass, William, 

1862, Tyler, Tex.; b. July 15, 1842. 

*DuBose, Eugene, Faunsdale. 

t86i, Faunsdale; s. Kimbrough Cassels DuBose, Birmingham, and Elizabeth Boy- 
kin Witherspoon; Private, Co. I, sist Ala., Morgan's Brigade, Wheeler's Corps; 
Killed by a prisoner at Raleigh, N. C, April 14, 1865. 

*DuBose, James Henry, Demopolis. 

i860, Demopolis; s. Kimbrough Cassels DuBose, Birmingham, and Elizabeth 
Boykin Witherspoon; b. Sept. 12, 1842; 3rd Lieut., Co. I, 51st Ala. Cav., Morgan's 
Brigade, Wheeler's Corps; Killed in battle, Kingston, Tenn., Nov. 24, 1863. 

*Farley, Lucien, commercial traveller, Corsicana, Tex. 

1861, Cross Keys; s. J. C. Farley and Therminthus Pinkston; b. Oct. 20, 1843; 
Lieut., C. S. A; m. Mary Pinkston, Corsicana, Tex.; d. 1882. 

*Ferguson, Thomas Center, book-keeper, Selma. 

1861, Selma; s. Hugh Ferguson, Selma, and Caroline Minter; b. Nov. 15, 1844; 
Capt., Co. E, 44th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; m. Lucy M. Jones, Marion, Dec. 14, 1870; d. 
Dec. 22, 1888. 

*Figh, John Poston, contractor, Montgomery. 

1859, Montgomery; s. John Poston Figh, Montgomery, and Jane McCain; b. 
May 25, 1840; m. Eliza Margaret Hale, Montgomery, Oct. 7, 1885; d. June 5, 1895. 

Finley, David, 

1861, Montgomery; b. August 12, 1842. 

Flinn, Robert H., Barlow Bend. 

1861, Gainestown; b. March 5, 1843. 



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♦Foster, Trenton Bland, Tuscaloosa. 

1 86 1, Tuscrloosa; s. Charles M. Foster, Tuscaloosa, and Winnifred Ann Dollar- 
hide; b. Sept. 2, 1848; Student, Spring Hill Col., 1862-63; Toronto Univ., Canada, 
1865-68; d. Nov. s, 1868. 

*Fox, Charles McConnico, Allenton. 

1 86 1, Allenton; s. Dr. D. J. Fox, Allenton, and Mary Louisa McConnico; b. 
Feb. 15, 1843; Private, C. S. A.; d. in C. S. A., 1865. 

♦Gardner, Andrew Hunter, lawyer, Selma. 

186 1, Selma; s. Virgil H. Gardner and Margaret Aylett; b. Jan. i, 1847; A. B., 
Univ. of Va., 1867; Drill Master, 44th Ala. Peg., 1863-65, C. S. A.; m. Kate Augusta 
Milhous, Selma, Nov. 20, 18 — ; d. Sept. 29, 1882. 

Garland, Maurice Hamner, civil engineer, Lynchburg, Va. 

185S, Tuscaloosa; s. Landon Cabell Garland and Louisa Frances Garland; b.May 
14, 1841; Private, Clayton's Reg., 1862, promoted to 3rd Lieut., then ist Lieut, and 
Aide to Brig.-Gen. Samuel Garland; 1863, changed to Engineer Corps, 2nd Lieut., 
piomoted <o ist Lieut, and j^cting Capt., 1865; City Surveyor, Lynchburg, Va. ; m. 
Lucy Bertrand Gait, Lynchburg, Va. 

Glenn, Eugene Herndon, lawyer, Seale. 

i860, Glennville; s. Madison M. Glenn, Glennville, and Barbara W. Herndon; 
b. Oct. 26, 1843; Sergt.-Major, 45th Ala., 1S63-64, Adjt., ist Ala., 1864-65; Reg. in 
Chancery, Russell Co., 1872-S6; Judge of Probate, Russell Co., 1886-98; Trustee, Univ. 
of Ala., 1900 — ; m. Sallie V. Evans, Russell Co., Feb. 8, 1877. 

Goldthwaite, J. G., Galveston, Tex. 

1861, Mobile; b. June 29, 1846. 

♦Goldthwaite, George, merchant, Calvert, Tex. 

i86t. Mobile; s. Judge Henry Barnes Goldthwaite, and Mary Eliza Witherspoon; 
b. Feb. 6, 1845; Lieut, under Gen. Forrest, C. S. A.; m. Willie Evylin Faulker, Cal- 
vert, Tex., 1881; d. Dec. 20, 1889. 

♦Hale, William Kirksey, lawyer, , Fla. 

1 86 1, Eutaw; s. Stephen F. Hale, Eutaw, and Mary E. Kirksey; b. April 2, 
1845; Midshipman, C. S. Navy; d. of yellow fever in Florida, 1878. 

Hammond, Henry Stickney, book-keeper, Montgomery. 

1 86 1, Mobile; s. William P. Hammond, Mobile, and Caroline A. Stickney; b. 
June 3, 1843; ist Lieut., C. S. A.; m. Alice Barclay, Talladega, May 24, 1866. 

Haralson, Kinchen Lee, Selma. 

1861, Selma; s. Col. William B. Haralson; b. July 15, 1842. 

Harris, Richard Norfleet, planter, Laneville. 

i860, Tuscaloosa; s. R. N. Harris, Tuscaloosa, and Amanda Banks; b. Sept. 15, 
1844; Drill officer, 37th Ala., 1862; Orderly Sgt, 1863-64, Lieut., 1865, C. S. A.; m. 
Sallie Melville Minge, Faunsdale, June 3, 1869. 

♦Hatch, Thomas Alfred, Greensboro. 

1858. Greensboro; s. Rev. L. D. Hatch; b. Dec. i, 1841; Lieut., 36th Ala. Reg. 
Inf., C. S. A.; Killed in battle of Jonesboro, Ga. 



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Hatch, William Dixon, 

i860, Greensboro; s. Rev. L. D. Hatch; b. May 4, 1845. 

*Hatter, William Richard Barnaby, lawyer, Eutaw. 

1 86 1, Clinton; s. William Reuben Hatter, Clinton, and Penelope Cox; b. March 
30, 184s; Private, C. S. A.; m. (i) Kate Permelia George, Hopewell, Greene Co., 
(2) Sallie Annie Hutton, Hopewell, Sept. 9, 1869; d. Jan. 21, 1870. 

*Hill, James Danett, lawyer, Menardsville, Tex. 

1861, Cahaba; s. Samuel M. Hill and S. Frances A. Bell; b. Feb. 12, 1844; 
Sgt.-Major, 5th Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; d. July, 1884. 

Howard, Charles Gordon, civil engineer, Shorter's. 

1861, Cross Keys; s. William J. Howard, Montgomery, and Ann Flewellen 
Billingslea; b. Dec. 15, 1844; Aide-de-Camp, Lieut, of Art., and later. Ordnance Officer, 
C. S. A.; 12 years in P. O. Dept. ; m. Mary J. Pierce, Montgomery, March 15, 1865. 

*Johnson, John M., Selma. 

1861, Selma; s. William Johnson; h. Jan. 27, 1843; d. 1900. 

*Jones, Virginius Walker, Camden. 

1861, Camden; s. Rev. John C. Jones and Mary Ann Walker; b. July 17, 1844; 
ist Lieut., Co. B, 44th Ala. Inf., C. S. A.; killed at battle of the Wilderness, Va., 
May 6, 1864. 

*Jordan, Mortimer Harvie, physician, Birmingham. 

i860, Jone.';boro; s. Mortimer Jordan and Amy Welton; b. June i, 1844; M. D., 
Miami Med. Col., 1867, M. D., Bellevue Med. Col., N. Y., 1875; Corp., Sergt., Lieut, 
and Capt., Co. G, 43rd Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; Pres. and Sec, State Board of Censors, 
1879-83; Pres. State Med. Assn., 1884; Prof., Mobile Med. Col., 1886-89; m. Florence 
Earle Mudd, Elyton, Sept. i, 1868; d. Feb. 5, 1889. 

King, Edmund Woodson Drish, minister, Marion, Miss. 

1 86 1, Tuscaloosa; s. William Wolsey King and Catherine M. Drish; b. May 2, 
184s; Member of Lumsden's Battery, C. S. A.; Minister, Cumberland Presbyterian 
Church; m. Elizabeth Jane Moorer, 1866. 

*Kinnebrew, Henry Clay, 

1861, Loachapoka, Lee Co.; s. M. D. Kinnebrew; b. May 16, 1844; d. in Indian 
Ter., in 189 — . 

Kirksey, Cicero Luther, physician, , Ark. 

1 86 1, Eutaw; s. John Madison Kirksey, Butler, and Martha Thompson; b. Dec 
2, 1840; M. D., College unknown; Lieut., C. S. A.; m. Miss Grace, Citronelle, 1868. 

Lee, Wayne Emmet, planter, South America. 

i860, Uniontown; s. Columbus W. Lee, Uniontown, and Elizabeth Parker; b. 
Nov. 20, 1843; Capt., C. S. A.; m. Sue Billingslea, Marion, 1868. 

*Ligon, William Thomas, Okolona, Miss. 

i86i, Okolona, Miss.; s. William Ligon, Okolona, and Calpernia Greenwood; 
b. May 10, 1844; Private, C. S. A.; Killed in battle of Murfreesboro, Jan., 1863. 



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*Lyon, Frank Glover, planter, Demopolis. 

i860, Demopolis; s. Hon. Francis Strother Lyon, Demopolis, and Sarah Serena 
Glover; b. Jan. i6, 1842; Private and Lieut., C. S. A., on staff of Gen. Z. C. Deas; 
m. Sarah Henley, Demopolis, 1871; d. March 13, 1893. 

Manly, Richard Fuller, real estate, Birmingham. 

i860, Montgomery; s. Dr. Basil Manly, Sr., Greenville, S. C, and Sarah Murray 
Rudulph; b. Feb. 11, 1845; Capt, Co. I, 59th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; Teacher, Mobile, 
1865-66; Book Dealer, 1866-75; Cashier Bank, Mobile, 1875-84; Cashier Cotton Firm, 
1884-86; Insurance and Real Estate business, 1886—; m. Lizzie Hester, Tuscaloosa, 
April 29, 1869. 

Marshall, John Lee, planter, Perdue Hill. 

i860, Claiborne, Monroe Co.; s. John L. Marshall, Claiborne, and J. R. Williams; 
b. July 5, 1842; ist Lieut., 36th Ala. Inf., C. S. A.; m. Janie E. Foster, Monroe Co., 
April 30, 1871. 

Martin, Charles James, Birmingham. 

1 86 1, Tuscaloosa; s. Gov. Joshua L. Martin and Sarah A. Mason; b. May 16, 
1845; Private, C. S. A.; Justice of the Peace; m. Nannie Smith, Jones' Valley, Dec, 
1867. 

Maxwell, James Robert, cotton buyer, Tuscaloosa. 

1 86 1, Tuscaloosa; s. Thomas Maxwell, Tuscaloosa, and Susan Charlotte Farley, 
Ipswich, Mass.; b. Aug. 29, 1844; Drill Master, 34th Ala., 1862, afterwards Private, 
Corporal and Gunner, Sergeant, Lumden's Battery, 1865, C. S. A.; Merchant, 1865-70; 
Commissioner, Tuscaloosa Co., 1885; Planter, Cotton Buyer and Compress Owner; 
m. Eugenia Elizabeth Harris, McKinley, June, 1867. 

*McCraw, Jephtha Everett, clerk, Selma. 

1861, Selma; b. Aug. 18, 1845; Private, C. S. A.; d. 1872. 

*McGown, Basil Manly, physician, Mayersville, Miss. 

1861, Tuscaloosa; s. Henry McGown and Elizabeth Compton; m. Ella Kingsley; 
d. Sept., 1882. 

Mclnnis, John D., merchant. Meridian, Miss. 

1861, Jones Bluff, Sumter Co.; s. John Mclnnis, Epes, and Anne Muldrow Hinds; 
b. March 14, 1843; Private, 36th Ala., C. S. A., appointed Major, 1865; R. R. Com- 
missioner, Miss., 1895-1903; President of the Commission since Jan. 17, 1900; m. 
Emma Smith, Sumterville, Nov. 16, 1865. 

*McNeil, Samuel H., Clayton. 

1 86 1, Clayton; s. John C. M. McNeil, Clayton, and Mary Augusta Hamilton; 
b. Sept. 6, 1844; Private, Hilliard's Legion, C. S. A.; mortally wounded at Chicka- 
mauga. 



McRea, H. C, 

1861, Macon, Marengo Co.; b. Oct. 13, 1844. 

*Minge, George William, Uniontown. 

1861, Uniontown; s. David Minge, Faunsdale, and Elvira Adams; b. March 2j, 
1844; Cadet Drill officer for 36th Ala. Inf., 1862, Sergeant, Light Artillery, 1863; cl 
in Mil. Service at Mobile, Aug. 15, 1863. 



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*Mitchell, James Billingslea, lawyer, Seale. 

1861, Glennville, Barbour Co.; s. Americus C. Mitchell and Mary E. Billingslea; 
b. July 28, 1S44; A. B., Univ. of N. C, 1867; ist Lieut., C. S. A.; Rep., Gen. Assem., 
Ala.; ni. Rebecca Stone Ryan, Raleigh, N. C, June 2z, 1869; d. Feb. 24, 1898. 

*Molett, Charles Caldwell, Portland. 

1862, Elm Bluff, Dallas Co.; s. John Ulmer Molett and Virginia Susan Cald- 
well; b. Jan. 8, 1846; Private, Co. E., 3rd Ala., C. S. A.; Killed in Skirmish near Mc- 
Nut's Mills, East Tenn., April, 1864. 

*Molett, John Drish, physician, Portland. 

1862, Elm Bluff, Dallas Co.; s. John Ulmer Molett and Virginia Susan Cald- 
well; b. July 24, 1844; M. D., Tulane; Private and Member of Halonquist's Staff, C. 
S. A.; m. Harriet Byrd, Tishimingo, Ind. Ter., 1870; d. at Serbin, Tex 

*Moore, Alfred Mathew, Greensboro. 

1 86 1, Greensboro; s. Col. Sydenham Moore, Greensboro, and Amanda Hobson; 
b. Nov. 21, 1842; Lieut, in C. S. A.; Killed, battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 19, 1863. 

*Moore, William M., planter, Northport. 

1861, Northport; s. John C. Moore; b. Aug. 24, 1844; Private, C. S. A.; m. Ollie 
Pounds, Northport, 1873; d. from effects of wounds received at Mumfordsville, 1878. 

*Mordecai, Waller, Mobile. 

1861, Mobile; s. Dr. Solomon Mordecai and Caroline Waller; b. Oct. 25, 1841; 
2nd Lieut., Co. B, 22nd Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; Killed at battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 
20, 1863. 

*Myers, Laurens O'Bannon, Prattville. 

1862, Prattville; s. Claiborne Myers and Georgianna O'Bannon; b. May 2S1 
1848; Private, C. S. A., under Gen. Clanton, afterwards Trans-Miss. Dept. ; d. while 
on way home from Army, June, 1865, Robinson Co., Tex. 

Pearson, James Madison, lawyer, McKinney, Tex. 

1861, Dadeville; s. James Madison Pearson, Sr., and Elizabeth Ann Brown; 
b. Sept. 4, 1843; LL. B., Washington Univ., St. Louis, 1873; Private, 1861, 2nd Lieut., 
1862, Kentucky and Vicksburg Campaigns, C. S. A.; Prisoner on Johnson's Island, 
Ohio, twenty-two months; Administrator, Carroll Co., Miss., 1867; Mayor of McKin- 
ney, Tex., 1893 — ; m. Mary Bell Powell, McKinney, Tex., Nov. 12, 1878. 

*Pettway, John Henry, planter. Gee's Bend. 

i860, Camden; s. Mark Harwell Pettway and Marina C. Williams; b. Jan. 31, 
1843; m. Laura Jones, Marion, Dec. 19, 1865; d. Sep. 8, 1899. 

Phillips, George, planter, Selma. 

1861, Selma; s. George Crawford Phillips and Adoline Dillingham Crawford; 
b. April 7, 1846; Corporal, 5th Sgt„ Ord. Sgt., Co. G, 6th Ala. Cav., Brigade Com- 
missary Sgt., 1864-65, C. S. A.; Warehouseman and Planter; m. Sarah Ellen Mc- 
Ilwain, Dallas Co., April 25, 1867. 

*Phillips, George Crawford, Selma. 

1861, Selma; s. William Sydney Phillips and Louisa Barron; b. April 15, 1846; 
4th Sergeant, Co. G, 6th Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; d. Sept. 6, 1872. 



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♦Phillips, John Crawford, Selma. 

1861, Selma; s. George Crawford Phillips and Adeline Dillingham Crawford; 
b. Nov. 22, 1843; Sergeant, Co. G, 44th Ala. Inf., C. S. A.; d. near Drury's Bluff, Va., 
August 7, 1862. 

*Rembert, James Poellnitz, planter, Rembert, 

1857, Linden, Marengo Co.; s. James Monroe Rembert and Elizabeth de Bondalie 
Poellnitz; b. Aug. 31, 1841; d. Sept. i, 1864. 

Richardson, William Chapman Washington, Oklahoma, Ok. Ter. 

1 86 1, Okolona, Miss.; s. David Claud Richardson and Sarah Wade Hester; b. 
Dec. 14, 1843. 

*Riddle, Alvis Thomas, Eutaw. 

i860, Eutaw; s. Alvis Riddle, Springfield, and Salina S. D. Pope; b. Feb. 17, 
1841; d. Sept. I, 1868. 

♦Riggs, Thomas, Pleasant Hill. 

i860. Pleasant Hill; s. Thomas Riggs, Pleasant Hill, and Ellen Duggan; b. Feb. 
27. 184s; Adjt., 46th Reg., Ala. Vol., C. S. A.; Killed in battle at Baker's Creek, Miss., 
May 16, 1863. 

Robinson, John J., planter, Huntsville. 

1861, Huntsville; s. John Robinson and Caroline L. Otey; b. April 8, 1848. 

*Ross, Lightfoot, merchant, Galveston, Tex, 

1 86 1, Mobile; s. Dr. Francis Armstrong Ross, Mobile, and Helen Hunter; b. 
Sept. IS, 1844; Lieut., C. S. A.; m. Helen Lyon Prince, of Ala., in New York, 1871; 
d. in New Orleans. 

*Scott, William Benson, Montgomery. 

1861, Montgomery; s. John James Scott; b. Jan. 18, 1845; Killed at battle of 
Resaca, Ga., 1864. 

* Searcy, Reuben Martin, Tuscaloosa. 

i860, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. Reuben Searcy, Tuscaloosa, and Mary Ann Abigail 
Fitch; b. March 20, 1844; Lieut., 34th Reg., Ala., C. S. A.; Mortally wounded, battle 
of Murfreesboio, Tenn., Dec, 31, 1862; d. Jan. 7, 1863. 

Shelton, Thomas Herndon, 

i860, Tuscaloosa; s. James Shelton; b. March 18, 1844. 

Shortridge, Robert Cornelius, clerk. New Orleans, La. 

1 86 1, Tuscaloosa; s. Robert Baylor Shortridge and Ellen Hurst; b. Feb. 6, 
1848; Private, Co. H, 43rd Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; Clerk, Mechanics and Traders Insur- 
ance Co., nince 1880; m. Malvina M. Miller, Louisville, Ky., Sept. 28, 1885. 

*Smith, Henry V., planter, Lowndesboro. 

1862, Lowndesboio; s. Henry Smith, Lowndesboro, and Caroline Lewis; b. July 
4, 1844; Killed in battle of Chickamauga, 1863. 

*Terrell, Foster Boring, teacher, Dayton. 

1861, Dayton; s. Capt. James Terrell, Dayton, and Louisa Foster; b. June 25, 



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1842; Private, C. S. A.; Principal, Forest Acad, and Dayton Acad.; Author of "Golden 
Deity;" at the time of his death a student for Episcopal Ministry; m. Anna Hale, 
Nov. 31, 1867; d. June 4, 1883. 

*Toomer, Charles Orville, book-keeper, Portsmouth, Va. 

i860, Portsmouth, Va. ; s. James T. Toomer and Fanny Hodges; b. Nov. 29, 
1842; Private, afterwards Lieut., 41st Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; d. May 10, 1867. 

Tutwiler, Henry Ashe, Flatonia, Tex. 

1861, Havana; s. Henry Tutwiler; b. Dec. 15, 1844. 

Ware, James Merritt, Birmingham. 

1 86 1, Elyton; b. Dec. 26, 1838. 

*'V\''alker, James Mims, Uniontown. 

1861, Uniontown; s. Charles Walker; b. August 4, 1840; Lieut., 36th Ala. Reg., 
Vol., C. S. A.; Killed at Resaca, Ga., 1864. 

Waller, Harris Tinker, planter, Greensboro. 

i860, Greensboro; s. Robert B. Waller, Greensboro, and Sarah A. Tinker; b. 
Feb. 10, 1841; Lieut, and Capt., C. S. A.; m. Mary Quitman Moore, Mobile, 1866. 

Wheeler, Josiah, manufacturer and merchant. Mobile. 

1 86 1, Mobile; s. Daniel Wheeler, Mobile, and Rachel Murray; b. Aug. 3, 1843; 
Private, Mobile Cadets, C. S. A.; m. (i) Eliza D. L. Watt, (2) Mamie . 

*Whitfield, Bryan, Demopolis. 

1 86 1, Demopolis; s. Gaines Whitfield and Mary Ann Whitfield; b. July 19, 
1838; Private, C. S. A.; d. from camp fever, Oct. 14, 1862. 

Yancey, Goodloe Harper, merchant, Atlanta, Ga. 

1 86 1, Montgomery; s. William L. Yancey, Montgomery, and Sarah C. Earle, 
of Greeneville, S. C; Private, Morgan's Kentucky Cav., C. S. A.; Book-keeper, Mont- 
gomery, Ala., 1867-68; Cashier Princeton Manufacturing Co., Athens, Ga., 1870-72, 
the Atlanta Intelligences; 1868-69; Wholesale Merchant, Athens, Ga., 1888-92; Planter, 
1873-90; Sec. Prisons Commission of Ga., 1899 — ; m. (i) Lucy Grattan DuPrex, 
Athens, Ga., Sept., 1872, (2) Ruby Mandeville, Jackson, Tenn., June, 1899. 

Yancey, William Earle, salesman, Birmingham. 

1 86 1, Montgomery; s. William Lowndes Yancey and Sarah Caroline Earle; b. 
Nov. 4, 1843; Acting Midshipman, U. S. Navy, 1860-61; Lieut., C. S. A., 1862; Capt., 
Co. E, 40th Ala. Reg., 1863; m. Mary Louise Lanier, Montgomery. 

*Young, James Mason, Greenville. 

1861, Greenville; b. Jan. 27, 1846; Private, 33rd Reg., Ala. Vol., C. S. A.; 
Killed in battle at Resaca, Ga., May 15, 1864. 

1863. Graduate with Titled Degree 

Vaughan, Henry Clay, A. B., land business, Birmingham. 

i860, Tuscaloosa; s. E. B. Vaughan and Mariah Blackburn; b. Oct. 30, 1843; 
1st Lieut., Co. E, 7th Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; Export Lumber business at Pascagoola, 
Miss., 1868-88; Since 1888, engaged in Agricultural, Mineral and Timber Land busi- 
ness at Birmingham; m. Emma Virginia Cassity, Tuscaloosa, May 20, 1865. 



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1863. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

*Alford, Julius Stanley, planter, Mitchell's Station. 

1862, Greenwood, Montgomery Co.; s. Julius Caesar Alford, Pine Level, and 
Sarah Boldeville; b. June 6, 1845; Corporal, Rucker's Escort, C. S. A.; m. Callie Ells- 
berry, Jan., 1867; d. 1871. 

Allen, John C, planter. Old Spring Hill. 

1862, Spring Hill, Marengo Co.; s. John G. Allen; b. Sept. i, 1845. 

Armistead, Robert, planter, Scotia. 

1862, Oakley, Montgomery Co.; s. Elliott Scott Armistead and Rosalie Wilson; 
b. March 27, 1844. 

^Armstrong, Adam Sloan, planter^ Tuskegee. 

1862, Notasulga, Macon Co.; s. Henry Holcomb Armstrong and Elizabeth S. 
Sloan; b. March 22, 1845; Private and scout, C. S. A., 1863-65; Sheriff, Macon Co., 
1884-86; m. Mary Emma Beasley, Notasulga, 1865; d. Aug. 14, 1S86. 

*Averiett, John Thomas, planter, Fayetteville. 

1862, Fayetteville; s. Benjamin Woodward Averiett and Sarah Moore Grubbs; 
b. July 22, 1846; Private, C. S. A.; Prisoner on Ship Island; d. at Tuscaloosa, Jan. 
25, 1872. 

*Baldwin, William Owen, Montgomery. 

1862, Montgomery; s. William O. Baldwin and Mary Jane Martin; b. Nov. 21, 
1844; Enlisted as private, Capt. Storr's Co., appointed Sergeant-Major, 22nd Reg., Ala. 
Vol., Elected Lieut., then Capt., Co. G, 22nd Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; Killed in battle, 
Franklin, Tenn., Nov. 30, 1864. 

*Bascom, Samuel Prebble, planter, Tuskegee. 

1862, Tuskegee; s. Samuel P. Bascom and Nancy Howard; b. May 3, 1846; 
Private, C. S. A.; d. Oct. 22, 1878. 

*Baskerville, Charles, physician, Malone's Landing, Tenn. 

1862, Columbus, Miss.; s. Charles Baskerville, Columbus, Miss., and Margaret 
Freear, Williamsburg, N. C. ; b. August 19, 1846; M. D., Jefferson Med. Col., Phil., 
Pa.; Private, C. S. A.; m. Augusta Johnson; d. March, 1883. 



Bates, Andrew, 

1862, Fort Brown; s. William M. Bates; b. Oct. 11, 1842. 

Bender, Julius Caldwell, planter. Pleasant Hill. 

1862, Pleasant Hill; s. Major J. T. Bender and N. C. Smyly; Private, C. S. A. 

*B*llingsley, David H., , Miss. 

1 86 1, Marion, Perry Co.; s. Cyrus Billingsley; b. Nov. 24, 1844; m. Gertrude 
Hogue; d. in Miss, in 188 — . 

*Bizzell, William J., Cahaba. 

1862, Cahaba; s. W. Bizzell; b. April 17, 1845; Private, C. S. A.; d. in Macon, 
Ga., from wounds received in battle, 1864. 



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Boyd, John Job, planter. Ft. Davis. 

1862, Cotton Valley, Macon Co.; s. J. C. Boyd; b. August 12, 1843; m. (i) 
Mattie E. Smith, (2) Sallie H. Smith. 

Boyle, Charles H., 

1861, Tuscaloosa; s. J. P. Boyle; b. Sept. 9, 1845. 

*Brand, Blaney D., merchant, Greensboro. 

1862, Greensboro; s. Blaney Brand and Bettie Pasteur; d. 1872. 

*Brantley, Charles Winston, planter. New Orleans, La. 

1862, Vernon, Jackson Parish, La.; s. Hon. G. D. Brantley, Lafayette, and 
Elizabeth Fry Hollifield; b. Dec. 17, 1846; d. at Macon, Miss., Sept. 4, 1887. 

Brown, Charles Gayle, lawyer, Birmingham. 

1862, Marion; s. Wilson Richard Brown and Mary Cogsdell Parish; b. Dec. 29, 
1844; A. M., Howard Col.; ist Sgt., Co. F, 20th Ala. Reg., Pettus Division, Hardee's 
Corps; Solicitor, Perry Co., 1872-74, Jefferson Co., 1896-98; Attorney-Gen., Ala., 
1898-1902; m. (i) Irene Huntington, Marion, 1874, (2) Mary Billingslea, Marion, 
1876. 

*Brooks, William T., planter, Selma. 

1862, Marion; s. Judge William M. Brooks; b. Sept. 23, 184s; m. Tut- 

hill; d. 189—. 

Brown, D. L., (1862) 

Caffey, William Hooper, planter, Bolton, Miss. 

1862, Montgomery; s. Hugh M. Caffey, Montgomery, and Mary Ashurst; b. 
March 19, 1846; Private, Co. F, Cav., C. S. A.; Merchant; m. Rebecca J. Birdsong, 
Hinds Co., Miss., Dec. 10, 1874. 

Caldwell, Thomas Sumter, book-keeper and secretary, Camden. 

1862, Camden; s. Dr. John Caldwell, Camden, and Mary Anderson Bowen; h. 
Feb. 28, 1845; Capt. and Post Q. M., C. S. A.; City Marshal, 1874-78; Mayor, Camden, 
1879-82; m. Elizabeth John Woolridge, Canton Bend, April 2, 1865. 

Campbell, A., 

1862, Mobile; s. James Campbell; b. May 23, 1844. 

Cantelou, John Rainsford, planter, Montgomery. 

1862, Montgomery; s. L. C. Cantelou, Augusta, Ga., and Mary A. Rainsford, 
Edgefield, S. C. ; b. Dec. 25, 1845; Private, C. S. A., Forrest's Cav.; Formerly mer- 
chant and cotton buyer, now Planter; Deputy Tax Collector and Supt. Public Roads, 
1896 — ; m. Sallie E. Adams, Nov. 25, 1865, Lowndes Co. 

*Carson, Thomas Lynch, planter, Tuscaloosa. 

1861, Tuscaloosa; s. Thomas Lynch Carson, Sr., and Sarah Virginia Marr; b. 
Jan. 25, 1848; d. Feb. 12, 1895. 

*Chalmers, William, merchant and planter, Pickensville. 

1862, Pickensville; s. James Chalmers, Salem, Va., and Eliza J. Campbell; b. 
Feb. 16, 1845; Private, C. S. A.; m. May J. Martin, Pickens Co., Nov. 7, 1866; d. 
March 14, 1883, at Salem, Va. 



1863] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 163 

Cheney, John Edmund, planter, Montgomery. 

1862, Montgomery; s. John Martin Cheney and Augusta Bellinger; b. Jan. 17, 
184s; Orderly Sgt., Co. K, S3rd Reg., C. S. A.; R. R. Service, now planter; m. Queenie 
Anne Wright, Pine Level. 



Cocke, Frank B., 

1861, Montgomery; s. Chancellor Cocke; b. Nov. is, 1846. 

*Cocke, John Binion, Marion. 

1862, Marion; s. Woodson Cocke and Mary Elizabeth Binion; b. May 4, 1844; 
Capt., C. S. A.; Sheriil, Perry Co., 4 years; Post Master, Marion, 4 years; m. Amanda 
R. Modawell, Feb. 17, 1870; d. May 17, 1893. 

*Cox, Jesse James, Jr., planter, Montgomery. 

1862, Montgomery; s. Jesse James Cox, Montgomery, and Laura Elizabeth 
Chisolm; b. Sept. 12, 1845; Private under Gen. Forrest, C. S. A.; Once connected 
with Steamboat line; d. of yellow fever at Baton Rouge, La., 1879. 

*Craig, James A., planter, , Tex. 

1862, Selma; s. Jackson J. Craig, Selma, and Arabella Fair; b. Feb. 22, 1844; 
Lieut, in Capt. Storr's Co., C. S. A.; d- in Texas. 

Crawford, Robert Creswell, merchant, Mobile. 

1862, Mobile; s. Col. James Crawford, Mobile, and Zermula Walker Creswell; 
b. Sept. 28, 184s; 1st Sgt., 3rd, and and ist Lieut., Cos. D and I, 8th Ala. Reg., C. 
S. A.; Dep. U. S. Marshal, 1885-89; m. Louisa Hopkins Blevins, Dec. 16, 1869. 

Curry, Thomas, planter, Marion. 

1862, Greensboro; s. Jabez Curry, Marion, and Rebecca Jordan; b. April 17, 
1842; Sgt., 8th Ala., C. S. A.; Clerk in office Register in Chancery; m. Lona Parish. 

Curry, William L., 



1862, Greensboro; s. J. C. Curry and Jane Ann Curry; b. Oct. 3, 1846; Private, 
C. S. A. 

Dansby, Robert Cosby, druggist, Kaufman, Tex. 

1S62, Daj-ton; s. John C. Dansby, Dayton, and Martha Gaines Merriwether; b. 
April 16, 1845; m- Susan Evylin Marshall, Marion, May 12, 1869. 

♦Darby, Henry Clay, Troy. 

1862, Troy; s. Jefferson Darby and Martha Matthews; b. Oct. 10, 1844; Ord. 
Sgt., C. S. A. ; Killed in battle near Atlanta, Ga. 

*Dargan, Moro, broker, San Francisco, Cal. 

1862, Mobile; s. Judge Edmond Strother Dargan and Roxana Brock; b. March 
24, 1845; Major and Aide on StafiE of Gen. Clayton, C. S. A.; d. at Spokane Falls, 
Wash., May 6, 1883. 

Davis, Albert Francis, planter, Hamburg. 

1862, Marion; s. Hugh Davis and Sarah Rachel Jones; b. April 25, 1845; Private, 
Co. F, 20th Ala., C. S. A.; Merchant and Teacher. 



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Denson, Wiley C, minister, Warrensburg, Mo. 

1861, Montevallo; s. J. M. Denson and L. A. Mann; b. Nov. 24, 1844; B. D., 
Cumberland Univ., 1870; Sgt., Co. B, 2nd Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; Pastor Cumberland 
Pres. Church, Nashville, 1870-71; Austin, Tex., 1890-97; Prin. Male Acad., Robertson 
Co., Tenn., 1876-80; Supt. Education, Robertson Co., Tenn., 1876-78; Pres. Birming- 
ham F. Col., 1885-87; Member Board of Pardon Advisers, Tex., 1895-98; m. Ettie 
Ware, Columbiana, Oct. 26, 1870. 

Dexter, John Francis, civil engineer, Ontario, Cal. 

1862, Camden; s. William Junius Dexter, Camden, and Catherine Ann Ellis; b. 
May 16, 1845; Sgt. Major, 53rd Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; Surveyor, Palo Prido Dist., Tex., 
1873-75, San Saba Land Dist., Tex., 1875-78; Bridge Engineer, Santa Fe R.R., 1886- 
87; Asst. Engineer, St. Louis and S. W. R. R., 1887-88; Asst. Engineer, Tex. Pac, 
1880-82; Res. Engineer, Max. Cen., 1882-84. 

Dexter, William Atwood, planter, Camden. 

1862, Camden; s. William Junius Dexter, Camden, and Catherine Ann Ellis; 
b. Dec. 3, 1843; Adjt, 38th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; Treasurer, Wilcox Co., 1887-1900; 
m. Eliza Curtis, Camden, Nov., 1865. 

*Drake, James Elias, lawyer, Yalloha, Fla. 

1862, Greensboro; s. Gaston Drake, Yalloha, Fla., and Mary Moore; b. March 
26, 1843; A. M., South. Univ., Greensboro; m. Cornelia Polk, St. Louis, Mo., 1872; 
d. 189—. 

*Driesback, Tate R., Mt. Pleasant. 

1862, Mt. Pleasant, Monroe Co.; s. J. Driesback; b. April 3, 1847; d. in C. S. 
A., 1864. 

Eiland, James Oliver, 

1862, Louisville, Miss.; s. Dr. O. G. Eiland; b. Oct. 24, 1844. 

♦English, George McClellan, Mt. Pleasant. 

1862, Mt. Pleasant, Monroe Co.; s. Thomas C. English and Frederica S. McClel 
Ian; b. Dec. 9, 1844; 1st Lieut., 1863-64, 31st Ala., C. S. A.; d. Jan. 13, 1866. 



Ennis, R. H., 

1862, Columbus, Ga. ; s. J. Ennis; b. August 19, 1845. 

Evins, Robert Hamilton, planter, Marion. 

1862, Marion; s. James Gilliland Evins, Marion, and Mary Barry Moore; b. 
March 27, 1845; Corp. in "Cadet Troop," Rucker's Escort, Forrest's Cav., C. S. A.; 
Deputy Col. Internal Rev., 1886-88; Circuit Clerk, Perry Co., 1888-1904; m. Martha 
Amelia Thompson, Marion, Jan. 20, 1874. 

*Fannin, Augustus B., Birmingham. 

1862, Tuskegee; s. Judge Augustus B. Fannin and Hargrove; b. Jan. 

25, 1S46; d. 189 — . 

Farley, James Henry, broker, St. Louis, Mo. 

1862, Montgomery; s. Henry W. Farley, St. Louis, and Sarah H. Ward; b. 
July 8, 1845; Private, 7th Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; Broker, Grain and Cotton, Merchant's 
Exchange. 



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Field, Clarence Preston, merchant, Mobile. 

1862, Mobile; s. Joseph W. Field and Jane Cox; b. Sept. 8, 184S; Private, Co. 
F, 7th Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; Lumber merchant and export dealer, home office, 58 St. 
Francis Street, Mobile, Lumber yard and store rooms at Boca del Toro, Colombia, 
S. A.; m. (i) Fannie B. Tuthill, (2) Virginia A. Kidd. 

*Fitzpatrick, Benjamin, Line Creek. 

1862, Line Creek, Montgomery Co.; s. William Fitzpatrick and Evilina Wosmar; 
b. Sept 5, 184s; Member 3rd Ala. Reg., 1862; Lieut., Capt. Storr's Co., 1863; Mor- 
tally wounded at Franklin, Tenn., 1863. 

♦Foster, Young Hardy, teacher and planter, Quitman, Miss. 

1862, Foster's; s. J. Collier Foster, Tuscaloosa, and Jane Elizabeth Ware; h. 
March 15, .844; Private, Rucker's Brigade, Cav., C. S. A.; m. Ann Cornelia Foster, 
Foster's, 1876; d. in Miss., Aug. 14, 1893. 

*Garber, James Rhodes, physician, Uniontown. 

1862, Livingston; s. Dr. Alexander M. Garber and Anna Rhodes; b. Feb. 14, 
1847; M. D., Tulane, 1867; ist Lieut., 8th Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; Rep., Gen. Assam., 
Colorado, 1880-84; m. Katherine La Motte Morgan, Georgetown, S. C, Nov. 14, 1877; 
d. March 6, 1896. 

Garner, Clement Cortez, , Miss. 

1862, Memphis, Pickens Co.; s. John N. Garner and Caroline M. Taylor; b. Oct. 
10, 1847. 

Garrard, William, lawyer, Savannah, Ga. 

1 86 1, Columbus, Ga.; s. William W. Garrard, Columbus, Ga., and Frances Isabel 
Urquhart; b. Sept. 15, 1844; Private, Sergt. Major, ist Lieut., Capt., 31st Ala. Reg., 
C. S. A., 1863-65, served on stafif of Brig.-Gen. Pettus; Lieut.-Col., Ga. Vol. Inf., 
U. S. A., Spanish War, 1898; Alderman, Savannah, 1895-96; m. Mary Robert Lawton, 
Savannah, Tuly 14, 1887. 

Gary, Samuel M., 

1862, Livingston; s. J. H. Gary; b. June 16, 1846. 

George, James H., Pratt City. 

1862, Northport; s. Travis George; b. August 7, 1844. 

Givhan, Thomas, ( 1862) 

♦Graves, Earnest Dedrick, planter, Cuthbert, Ga. 

1862, Tuskegee; s. Rev. Solomon S. Graves, Cuthbert, Ga., and Katherine 
Gonekee; Private in Capt. Storr's Co., Rucker's Brigade; d. at Tuscaloosa. 

Graves, Eugene Louis, planter, Harris. 

1862, Tuskegee; s. Gen. Barazillas Graves, Tuskegee, and Sarah M. Gonekee; 
b. May ii, 1845; Lieut., Co. B, 6ist Ala., Army N. Va., 1863-65; Prin., Brooklyn 
Acad., 1866; Asst. Prin., Bethel Acad., Fort Deposit, 1887; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 
1894-98; m. Carrie Hamilton, Eufaula, April 24, 1867. 

Gregory, Frederick Crecy, clerk, New Orleans, La. 

1862, Montgomerj'; s. F. C. Gregory, Montgomery, and Mary Mixon; b. April 
30, 1844; Private, Co. F, 7th Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; m. Laura C. Randolph. 



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*Griffin, Goodman Glover, Demopolis. 

1861, Demopolis; s. Dr. Goodman Griffith Griffin, Demopolis, and Willey Ann 
Glover; b. Jan. 15, 1844; Private, C. S. A.; d. Sept. i, 1864, from effects of MIL 
Service. 

Gwin, Clement Billingslea, manufacturer and merchant, Mobile. 

1862, Mobile; s. Joseph Carter Gwin and Laura Ann Gumming; b. Jan. 13, 1844; 
2nd Sergeant, Co. F, 21st Ala., C. S. A., ist Lieut, and Adjutant, ist Trans-Mississippi 
Battalion; Lumber Manufacturer and Merchant; m. Edith Emerson Belenden Post, 
Mobile, June i, 1869. 

*Hall, Thomas Brown, Montgomery. 

1 86 1, Montgomery; s. Boiling Hall and Mary Louisa Crenshaw; b. Nov. 12, 
1845; Private, Co. K, 24th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; Killed at Chickamauga, Sept. 24, 1863. 

Hannon, John, D. D., '82, minister, Lynchburg, Va. 

1862, Montgomery; s. E. C. Hannon, Montgomery, and Mary A. Stubbs; b. 
Nov. 8, 1845; A. M., R. Macon Col., Va.; Sgt. -Major, Wheeler's Corps, C. S. A.; 
Pastor M. E. Church, South, at Baltimore, New Orleans, Richmond, Lynchburg, San 
Francisco, San Jose, Alameda; m. Lucy Willis Haile, Valaville, Calif. 

Harris, John W., merchant. Auburn. 

1862, Oak Bowery; s. Samuel Harris, Oak Bov/ery, Chambers Co.; b. Jan. 
14, 1845. 

Hart, J. S. 

1862, Ramah; b. Sept. 20, 1844. 

Hatch, Benjamin Francis, planter, Gallion. 

1861, Greensboro; s. Alfred Hatch, Areola, and Elizabeth Blount Vail; b. Dec. 
30, 1843; Private, C. S. A., Forrest's Command; m. Narcissa E. Tayloe, Gallion, Feb. 
23, J870. 

Hatch, W. 

1 86 1, Greensboro. 

Hausman, Joshua I., merchant, Birmingham. 

1862, Tuscaloosa; s. Joshua Hausman and Katrina Pferffer; b. Oct. 31, 1844; 
m. Rebecca Canning Lynch, Nov. 2, 1870. 

Hendree, Ed., ( 1862) 

Henry, Patrick Clay, 

i860, Centreville; s. Ezekiel Henry and Cleveland; b. Jan. i8, 1843; 

Private, C. S. A.; m. Margaret Shropshire, Bibb Co.; moved West. 

Heydenfeldt, Solomon, 

1862, Tuscaloosa; s. Judge Solomon Heydenfeldt; b. July 18, 1848. 

Hibbler, Talbert, merchant, West Point, Miss. 

1862, Cooksville, Miss.; s. William Hibbler, Warsaw, and Frances A. Greer; 
b. July 26, 1846; Private, C. S. A.; Insurance Agent and Merchant; m. Alice Stacey. 



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*High, DeWitt C., planter, Forkland. 

1862, Forkland; s. William High and Herndon; b. July 28, 1843; m. 

Betty Winn, Foikland; d. 1876. 

*Hill, Samuel M., Jr., planter, Dallas Co. 

1862, Cahaba; s. Samuel M. Hill and Frances A. Bell; b. Nov. 5, 1846; d. 18 — . 

*Hobdy, Edward Heron, planter, Ocala, Fla. 

186 1, Louisville, Barbour Co.; s. Harrel Hobdy, Louisville, and Jane McNeil; 
b. Jan. 22, 1844; 2nd Lieut., Co. H, 39th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; d. March 7, 1897. 

Hodgson, George Pannel, druggist, Columbia, Va. 

1862, Columbia, Va. ; s. Joseph Hodgson and Ann Pannel; b. August 23, 1845; 
m. Mattie Ne'son, Columbia, Va. 

'''Howard, William Young, planter, Tuskegee. 

1862, Tuskegee; s. Dr. Robert H. Howard, Tuskegee, and Cornelia R. Lamar; 
b. Jan. 10, 1847; Private, C. S. A.; m. Adelaide Pauline Lockard, Livingston, Nov. 
27, 1867; d. April 25, 1888. 

Jackson, P. C. 

1862, Tuskegee; s. W. S. Jackson; b. March 14, 1848. 

Jackson, Robert Hewlin, planter, Greensboro. 

1862, Greensboro; s. Dr. Reuben Hewlin Jackson and Mary Frances Smith; b. 
Dec. 2, 1842; Corporal, Capt. Storr's Co., 7th Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; m. Ellen Mary 
Frawley, New York, 1872. 

*Jarnagin, John Chesley, Macon, Miss. 

1862, Macon, Miss.; s. Hampton Lea Jarnagin and Rebecca McCaskill; b. Jan. 
13. 1845; Adjutant Gen., N. B. Forrest's Staff; Killed in battle at Moscow, Tenn., 
July, 1864. 

*Jemison, Eugene Leveit, planter, Newbern. 

1862, Newbern; s. Henry Jemison and Mary James Tolson; b. Nov. 13, 1846; 
m. Mary Elizabeth Walthall, June 10, 1874; d. March 6, 1880. 

♦Jenkins, William W., teacher, 

1861, Mardisville, Talladega Co.; s. William Jenkins, Alpine, and Ann Mallory; 
b Oct. 14, 184s; Lieut., 30th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; d. 18 — . 

Jones, M. H. 

1861, Mobile; s. W. G. Jones; b. July 15, 184s. 

Jones, Thomas K., planter, Pleasant Ridge. 

1861, Pleasant Ridge; s. H. G. Jones; b. March 23, 1845. 

*Jones, William Albert, planter, Massillon. 

1862, Marion; s. William Albert Jones, Marion, and Frances A. Lockett; b. 
Dec. 6, 1844; Lieut., 31st Reg., Ala. Vol., C. S. A.; m. Mary Cocke, Marion, Oct., 
1869; d. at Marion, Oct. 21, 1875. 



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Keith, Ed. M. 

1862, Selma; s. M. J. Keith; b. June ii, 1846. 

Latimer, John Ford Thompson, clerk, Forkland. 

1862, Marion; s. Stephen S. Latimer and Christiana Thompson; b. June 20, 1844; 
Private, Selden's Battery, C. S. A. 

Leach, Samuel Thomas, clerk, Tuscaloosa. 

1S62, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. S. J. Leach, Tuscaloosa, and Elizabeth F. Fitts; b. 
July I, 1846; Member Fowler's Battery, 1863-65, C. S. A. 

Locke, William H. 

1862, Greensboro; b. Aug. 20, 1842. 

Lockett, Napoleon, planter, , Tex. 

1862, Marion; s. Napoleon Lockett and Mary Lockett; b. Sept. i8, 1846; Cor- 
poral, "Cadet Troops," Rucker's Escort, Forrest's Cav., C. S. A. 

Lockhart, John Edward, merchant, Brame, Miss. 

1862, Marion; s. John Lockhart, Marion, and Emily Rolf Brame; b. Aug. 19, 
184s; Private, Selden's Battery, C. S. A.; Postmaster and Planter; m. S. F. King, 
Pontotoc, Miss., Jan. i, 1868. 

Marks, Nicholas Meriwether, stock business, Versailles, Ky. 

1 86 1, Montgomery; s. Samuel B. Marks; b. Oct. 6, 1844. 

Marks, Samuel Blackburn, warehouseman, Montgomery. 

1862, Montgomery; s. William Mathews Marks, and Catherine Ann Crain; b. 
April 7, 1844. 

Marlow, George Francis, Jr., banker, London, Eng. 

1862, Selma; s. George Francis Marlow, Selma, and Cordelia Thompson; b. 
Dec. 21, 1844; Postmaster at Selma, 1866-74; iri- Fannie Valentine, of London, Eng., 
at Boston, Mass. 

Mason, Benjamin W. 

1862, Camden; s. L. W. Mason; b. Dec. 25, 1844. 

Mason, Wylie Alfred, D. D., '92, minister, Amarillo, Tex. 

1862, Tuskegee; s. Wylie W. Mason, Tuskegee, and Matilda Warren Catchings; 
b. June 3, 1846; Sergeant, Co. B, 6ist Ala. Reg., 1863, Lieut., 1865, C. S. A.; 
Pastor Baptist Churches at Glenville, 1869, Okolona, 1870, Grenada, 1873, Canton, 
1875, Chrystal Springs, Miss., 1886, Monroe, La., 1878, Bowling Green, Ky., 1891, 
Dearwood, S. D., 1895, Amarillo, Tex., 1897; Employed as Lecturer in Chicago, Wis- 
consin and Iowa; Author of "Lessons of the Ages for this Age," "Ephesian Truth," 
"The Satan of Scripture versus the Devil of Christendom;" m. (i) Mary Hill Stack- 
house, Chrystal Springs, Miss., Nov. 7, 1871, (2) Pearle Martha Bailey, Louisville, 
Ky., July 26, 1892. 

Mauldin, James Alexander, salesman, Selma. 

1 86 1, Dayton; s. Littleberry Mauldin, Dayton, and Julia Frances Sledge; b. 
Feb. 20, 184s; 2nd Sergeant, Mobile Dragoons, isth Cav., C. S. A.; m. (i) Gillian 
Hoiks Huggins, Newbern, June 8, 1876, (2) Winnie Young Lindop, Selma, June 
8, 189s. 



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May, T. M. 

1862, Bluff Port, Sumter Co.; s. John P. May; b. March 28, 1844. 

McAdory, Robert Augustus, lawyer, Birmingham. 

1862, Jonesboro; s. Col. James McAdory and Nancy T. Sadler; b. Oct. 14, 184s; 
LL. B., Univ. of Miss., 1868; 2nd Lieut., Co. H, 28th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; m. Harriet 
Dupuy, Ely ton, Dec. 22, 1869. 

McAlpine, John Watson, planter, McAlpine. 

1861, Eutaw; s. William McAlpine and Ann Watson; Private, 2nd Ala. Cav., 
C. S. A.; m. Ellen Hope Easton, Mobile. 

♦McAlpine, Solomon Quintus, planter, Eutaw. 

1862, Eutaw; s. Solomon McAlpine and Virginia Brock; b. Feb. 22, 1846; Pri- 
vate, C. S. A.; m. Mary Ridgeway, Eutaw, April, 1869; d. 1890. 

*McCurdy, Edmund Sellers, planter, Lowndesboro. 

1862, Oak Bowery, Chambers Co.; s. E. S. McCurdy, Oak Bowery, and Mary 
Jane Harris; b. May 24, 1845; m. (i) Sue Reese, Lowndesboro, June 4, 1867, (2) 
Georgia Reese, Lowndesboro, Feb. 6, 1877; d- Oct. 9, 1883. 

*McGowen, Hugh Sidney, teacher, 

1862, Pleasant Ridge, Greene Co.; s. James Maddox McGowen, Tuscaloosa, and 
Elizabeth Leonora Summerville; b. Oct. 28, 1846; A. B., Univ. of Miss.; Teacher at 
Livingston and Pleasant Ridge; d. 188 — . 

*McLester, James H., merchant and planter, Tuscaloosa. 

1 86 1, Northport; s. Richard C. McLester, Tuscaloosa, and Mary Simonton; b. 
Jan. 13, 1843; I'rivate in Cavalry, C. S. A.; Merchant in Mobile, afterwards planter 
in Tuscaloosa; d. Dec. 25, 1880. 

McRae, T. 

1862, Mobile; s. C. J. McRae; b. March 4, 1845. 

Michael, George J., book-keeper, Demopolis. 

1862, Demopolis; s. George Michael and Mary Catherine Breitling; b. April 2, 
1845; Member Staff of Gen. Liddell, C. S. A.; Sec. American Cotton Oil Co., 1885-95; 
m. Ida Vaughan, Demopolis, Dec. 13, 1871. 

Miller, Albert Adolphus, fruit grower, Ocoee, Fla. 

1862, Clayton; s. John H. Miller and Ann Carline Ott; b. Feb. 2, 1845; Private, 
Capt. Storr's Co., afterwards Mem. Escort for Gen. Rucker, C. S. A.; Teacher in Bar- 
bour Co.; m. Ella Malissa McKey, Valdosta, Ga., Dec. 22, 1887. 

Miller, John W. 

1862, Talladega; s. T. P. Miller; b. Oct. 3, 1845. 

Miller, Thomas W. 

186-2, Talladega; s. T. P. Miller; b. May i, 1844. 

Moore, Rittenhouse, Mobile. 

1862, Greensboro; s. A. M. Moore; b. June 27, 1844; Engaged in Dredging 
River. 



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Nabers, Francis Drayton, druggist, Birmingham. 

1862, Elyton, Jefferson Co.; s. Francis Drayton Nabers, Elyton, and Matilda 
Mullens; b. July 3, 1845; M. D., Tulane, 1867; Lieut, Co. F, 7th Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; 
m. Martha Faust, Pulaski, Tenn., Jan. 23, 1865. 

*Neilson, John Hargrove, Tuscaloosa. 

1 86 1, Tuscaloosa; s. John Hall Neilson, Tuscaloosa, and Mary Jane Hargrove; 
b. June 16, 1844; Capt., Co. E, 44th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; Killed in battle near Spott- 
sylvania C. H., May 8, 1864. 

Nix, R. J., physician and merchant, Deatsville. 

1862, Alpine; s. J. M. N. B. Nix and Mary E. Young; b. July s, 1846; M. D., 
1872, S. C. Med. Col.; Private, Co. B, 31st Ala. Reg. Inf., C. S. A.; m. Caroline E. 
Whetstone, Deatsville, 1874. 

Noland, William Benjamin, planter. Rattan, Tex. 

1862, Pickensville ; s. Sampson Noland and Mary Morrow; b. Sept. 7, 1844; 
Private, C. S. A.; m. Roena P. Buntin, Pickens Co., May 2, 1867. 

Norris, F. P. 

1862, Batesville, Miss.; s. B. E. Norris; b. Dec. 31, 1845. 

Owen, Frank, lawyer. Globe, Arizona. 

1861, Tuscaloosa; s. Thomas Owen, Tuscaloosa, and Dolly Payne Williams; b. 
Sept. 28, 1842; 2nd Lieut., Co. D., 36th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; Dist. Attorney, Nye Co., 
Nevada., 1873-74; m. Gertrude Stvirdivant Kittrell, Carson City, Nevada, Nov. 30, 1875. 

*Paine, Edward Hendree, Tuskegee. 

1862, Tuskegee; s. S. B. Paine, Tuskegee, and Agnes M. Hendree; b. April 22, 
1846; 2nd Lieut., Co. H, 6ist Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; Killed in battle of Cedar Creek, Va., 
Oct. 19, 1864. 

*Perrin, George G., Forkland. 

1862, Forkland; s. Dr. George G. Perrin and Adelaide Burt; b. Jan. i6, 1846; 
Capt., C. S. A.; Killed at battle of Pine Barren Creek, Fla., Nov., 1864. 

*Phelan, George Richard, lawyer, Memphis, Tenn. 

1862, Aberdeen, Miss.; s. James Phelan, Memphis, Tenn., and Eliza Moore; b. 
July 15, 1847; Lieut, and Aide-de-Camp, Gen. Armstrong's Staff; Rep., Gen. Assem., 
Tenn., 1877; -ii. Julia Tate Hunt, Memphis, Tenn., 1873; d. Sept., 1882. 

Philpot, Robert Spencer, mining business, 

1862, Selma; s. Robert Nicholas Philpot and Mary Darling Caswell; b. Aug. 
12, 1846. 

Philpot, William Henry, merchant, Warrior Stand. 

1862, Tuskegee; s. William H. Philpot and Sarah E. Purnal; b. Aug. 6, 1846; 
Capt., C. S. A.; Planter once, but now Merchant; m. Willie Ross Perry, Warrior 
Stand, Nov. 17, 1887. 

Prince, Andrew Fuller, merchant, Tuscaloosa. 

1862, Foster's; s. Nicholas W. Prince and Mary Foster; b. Oct. 14, 1845; Capt., 
8th Ala. Reg. Vol., C. S. A.; m. Sophia Williford, Foster's, Nov. 22, 1866 



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Rainey, Charles W. 

1862, Uniontown; s. M. W. Rainey; b. Aug. 27, 1844. 

*Reese, Henry Winston, Demopolis. 

1861, Demopolis; s. Dr. Henry Winston Reese and Julia Malvina Winn; b. 
May 14, 1846; Private, 31st Ala., C. S. A.; Wounded battle o£ Baker's Creek, Miss.; 
died II weeks later. 

♦Reese, William, Selma. 

1862, Selma; s. Dr. Walter P. Reese, Selma, and Mary Turner; b. June 7. 
1846; Courier in JeflF Davis Artillery, C. S. A.; d. in C. S. A. 

Roberts, W., (1862) , 

Saunders, J. R. 

1861, Selma; s. William L. Saunders; b. Oct. 26, 1845. 

*Scott, Alfred Vernon, Jr., Lowndesboro. 

1862, Lowndesboro; s. Alfred Vernon Scott, Sr., Georgetown, D. C; b. Aug. 
29, 1846; d. June 22, 1863. 

Shorter, John Urquhart, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1861, Columbus, Ga.; s. Capt. R. C. Shorter; b. Jan. 9, 1844- 

Simmons, Lewis Lavender, Woodlawrt. 

1862, Demopolis; s. Lewis Simmons and Barbara W. Moore; b. March 3, 1842; 
m. Sallie J. Lipscomb, May 16, 1866. 

Simmons, Wooten Moore, planter, Demopolis. 

1862, Jefferson; s. Lewis Simmons, Sr., Jefferson, and Barbara W. Moore; b. 
May 2, 1844; Private in Ball's Cavalry Reg., C. S. A. 

Sims, Albert Gallatin, physician, Renfroe. 

1 86 1, Talladega; s. Henry Sims, Renfroe, and Martha Louise Hays; b. April 
6, 1844; M. D., Univ. of Nashville; ist Lieut., Co. F, 30th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; m. 
Kate Fannin Allen, Oxford, Nov. 12, 1873. 

Sledge, James Nathan, planter, Greensboro. 

1 86 1, Demopolis; s. Dr. Alexander Sledge, Greensboro, and Winnie Lane; b. 
June 9, 1843; Private in 4th Ala. Reg. and 15th Reg. Cav., C. S. A.; m. (1) Fidelia 
Lemay, Raleigh, N. C, (2) Martha Benners, Birmingham. 

♦Smith, Frank, Canton Bend. 

1862, Canton Bend; s. Daniel Smith and Amelia Irvin; d. 1863. 

Smith, J. D., (1862) 

Spann, J. J. 



1862, Brooksville, Miss.; s. T. J. Spann; b. July 17, 1846. 

Steele, James Alexander, lawyer and planter, McKinley. 

1862, McKinley; s. E. A. Steele, McKinley, and Sarah A. Foster; b. July 8, 
1848; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1890-94; m. Fanny G. Alexander, New York, Sept, 
II, 1890. 



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Storrs, Charles Paddock, secretary, Coosada. 

1 86 1, Wetumpka; s. Seth P. Storrs, Wetumpka, and Jane R. Bigelow; b. 
April 7, 1842; LL. B., Univ. of Mich.; Capt., Cadet Company, in Forrest's Cav., Gent 
Rucker's Escort, C. S. A.; Asst. Sec, Va. Security and Endowment Co., Birming- 
ham, (Temp, address, Richmond, Va.) ; m. (i) Maggie Barnett, Tallassee, (2) 
Marilla Houghton, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Swain, H. C. 

1862, Alpine; s. J. G. Swain; b. April 26, 1845. 

*Sykes, Edgar, teacher, Duck Hill, Miss. 

1862, Grenada, Miss.; s. Benjamin Sykes, Tuscaloosa, and Lucy Burt Fox; 
Capt., Artil. Co., Stanford's Battery, C. S. A.; d. Feb., 1884. 

Tarver, Benjamin Marcus j Chattanooga, Tenn. 

1862, Tarverville, Ga. ; s. Gen. H. H. Tarver and Harriet Bunn; b. June 20, 
1846; Private, C. S. A.; m. Eliza Villaird Huguenin, Macon, Ga. ; May 19, 1869. 

Taylor, Allen Judge, 

1862, Locopato; b. July 4, 1842. 

Taylor, Walter P. 

1862, Mobile; b. Oct. 5, 1845. 

*Thompson, Jesse, Jr., planter and merchant, LaPlace. 

1862, LaPlace; s. Jesse Thompson and Mehalah Green; b. July 11, 1846; Private, 
C. S. A.; m. (i) Susan Helen Haden, LaPlace, April 29, 1868, (2) Sarah Rebecca 
Haden, LaPlace, Dec. 30, 1869; d. June 22, 1873. 

*Thompson, Waddy, lawyer, Tuskegee. 

1862, LaPlace; s. Jesse Thompson and Mehalah Green; b. Oct. 30, 1843; 
Lieut, in Forrest's Cav., C. S. A.; Supt. of Education, Macon Co., 1884-86; m. (i) 
Lizzie Boyd, Dec, 1864, (2) Lizzie Walker, Dec, 1868; d. July, 1894. 

*Thorington, Robert Denning, merchant, Montgomery. 

1862, Montgomery; s. Jack Thorington and Mary Lord Parker; b. Aug. 3, 1844; 
1st Lieut, on Staff of Gen. Gracie, C. S. A.; m. Sallie Gindrat Winter; d. May 28, 
1882. 

*Tunstall, James Levi, planter, Greensboro. 

1861, Greensboro; s. James L. Tunstall and Eliza A. Croom; b. Oct. 14, 1844; 
Private, C. S. A.; d. July 16, 1881. 

Tyson, Archibald Pitt, capitalist, Montgomery. 

1861, Lowndesboro; s. Archibald Tyson, Lowndesboro, and Sarah Jane War- 
ren; b. Dec. 18, 1844; Private, C. S. A.; m. Ellen Nicholas Arrington, Montgomery, 
Nov. 25, 1875. 

*Vernon, James Blackwell, physician, Jacksonville. 

1862, Jacksonville; s. H. F. Vernon, Jacksonville, and Letitia Blackwell; b. 
Dec. 31, 1844; M. D., 1868, Washington Med. Univ., Baltimore, Md.; Private in 
Forrest's Cav., C. S. A.; Physician in St. Clair Co., 1869-72; returned to Jackson- 
ville when health failed; d. Jan. 12, 1873. 

Walker, Charles W. 

1862, Mobile; s. Daniel Walker; b. July 20, 1844. 



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Walker, James W. 

1862, Montgomery; b. April 30, 1845. 

Walker, William Augustus, lawyer, Birmingham. 

1 86 1, Ely ton; s. William Alfred Walker, Ely ton, and Cavilla Margaret Porter; 
b. Jan. 7, 1846; Non-Com. Officer, 7th Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; Solicitor, Jefferson Co., 
1868-76; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1878-80; m. Virginia Taylor Mudd, Aug. 23, 1870. 

^Waller, James F., merchant, Selma. 

1862, Selma; s. N. Waller; b. Jan. 4, 1848; d. at Ocean Grove, Miss. 

Waller, Robert Benjamin, planter, Greensboro. 

1862, Greensboro; s. Robert B. Waller, Greensboro, and Sarah A. Tinker; b. 
March 7, 1846; m. Virginia Vaughan, Tuscaloosa, Feb., 1865. 

Watson, George Hays, planter, Boligee. 

1861, Eutaw; s. James Alexander Watson and Elizabeth McAlpine; b. Jan. 24, 
1844; m. Hattie P. Ridgeway, Eutaw. 

Watts, John Wade, lawyer, Montgomery, 

1862, Montgomery; s. Gov. Thomas H. Watts and Eliza B. Allen; b. Aug. 30, 
1846; B. L., Univ. of Va., 1867; Private in Gen. E. W. Rucker's Body Guard, 1863; 
Capt. of Staff under Gen. James H. Clanton, 1864; m. Nannie Ross Sanders, Union- 
town, June s, 1872. 

Westcott, Samuel Thomas, merchant, Montgomery. 

1862, Montgomery; s. S. T. Westcott and Mary Powell; b. Sept. i, 1845. 

*Whitfield, George Nathan, Demopolis. 

1862, Demopolis; s. Gaines Whitfield, Demopolis, and Mary Ann Whitfield; 
b. Feb. 4, 1848; Private in Forrest's Cav.; d. Dec. i4> 1871. 

Whitfield, James Bryan, physician and planter, Demopolis. 

1861, Demopolis; s. Gaines Whitfield, Demopolis, and Mary Ann Whitfield; 
b. June 13, 1842; M. D., Univ. of Penn., 1867; Drill Master and Sergeant, 40th Ala. 
Reg., C. S. A.; m. Bessie Alice Whitfield, Demopolis, June 7, 1882. 

Whiting, William Bell, Montgomery. 

1862, Montgomery; s. John Whiting and Elizabeth Bell; b. April 11, 1845; 
ist Sergeant, Forrest's Cav.; 2nd. Lieut., Wheeler's Cav., C. S. A.; Deputy Sheriff. 

*Wight, John T. 

1862, Blue Mountain; s. Alfred Wight; b. Nov. 27, 1846. 

Williams, Gresham Kelly, physician, Wortham, Tex. 

1862, Carrollton; s. Thomas Williams, Pickensville, and Catherine Lacey; b. 
Nov. 15, 1846; m. Buena Vista Mustin, Carrollton. 



Williams, R. S. 

1862, Mobile; s. Price Williams; b. March 28, 1846. 

Williamson, J. G. 

1862, Camden; b. Sept. 21, 1844. 



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Winn, James Dennis, planter, 

1861, Tuscaloosa; s. Dickson Cook and Nancy Palmer; b. Sept. 27, 1844; 
Private, C. S. A.; Planter in Pickens Co., 1866-67, moved then to Miss., and then 
farther west; (adopted son of Mr. Winn). 

Winter, John Gindrat, lawyer, Montgomery. 

1862, Montgomery; s. Joseph S. Winter and Mary Elizabeth Gindrat; b. 
March 21, 1846; 3rd Sergeant, C. P. Storr's Co., 7th Ala., C. S. A.; Adjt., 7th 
Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; Judge City Court, Montgomery, 1896-97; m. Sallie Verdier 
Calhoun, Jan. 29, 1867. 

*Woo(iward, Edward Livingston, merchant, Jacksonville. 

1862, Jacksonville; s. Ed. L. Woodward and Melinda Jane Francis; b. March 
14, 1846; Private, C. S. A.; m. Ida Jane Grant, Jacksonville, Jan. 16, 1868; d. 
Feb., 1878. 

*Woolfolk, John Winter, merchant, New Orleans, La. 

1862, Columbus, Ga. ; s. Joseph Washington Woolfolk, Columbus, Ga., and 
Lucinda Maria Winter; b. Aug. 22, 1845; Orderly Sergeant, 64th Ga. Reg., C. S. A.; 
m. Emily Wheeler, New Orleans, La., July 3, 1872; d. Sept. i, 1897. 

Yancey, Dalton Huger, lawyer, Limona, Fla. 

1861, Montgomery; s. Hon. William L. Yancey and Sarah Caroline Earle; 
b. Feb. 13, 1845; Capt., Co. K, 7th Ala. Cav., C. S. A., 1863-64; Member, Hender- 
son's Scouts, Forrest's Cav., 1864-65; County Judge, Lake Co., Fla., 1887-88; State 
Senator, Fla., 1889-92; Chief of Division, U. S. Treas. Dept., Washington, D. C, 
1893-9.5; Special, U. S. Treasury, Tampa, Fla., 1895-98; m. Hettie L. McCook, Cusseta, 
Ga., Oct. 14, 1869. 

1864. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

Garland, Spotswood, A. B., lawyer, Wilmington, Del. 

1861, Lynchburg, Va.; s. Hugh A. Garland, St. Louis, Mo., and Anne Powell 
Burwell; b. Nov. 17, 1846; Law Student, Univ. of Va., 1866-67; Capt., Co. G, 63rd 
Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; m. Mary Plowden Jenkins, Baltimore, Oct., 1877. 

Hamner, William James, A. B., Hemstead, Tex. 

1859, Tuscaloosa; s. Sam Hamner, Northport, and Adaline Gunn; b. April 2, 
1844. 

May, Moody Hough, A. B., lawyer, Selma. 

1862, Carthage; s. John Hough May, Akron, Hale Co., and Catherine Eliza- 
beth Pace; b. Sept. 12, 1841; Capt, Co. K., 63rd Ala. Reg., C. S. A. 

1864. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 
*Adams, Frederick G., Columbus, Ga. 

1864, Columbus, Ga. ; s. David Adams, Rome, Ga. ; b. Jan. 19, 1848; d. 1864. 

^Alexander, Samuel Eugene, Tuskegee. 

1862, Tuskegee; s. J. M. Alexander and Jane Sanders Harris; b. Sept. 2, 
1845; ist Lieut., C. S. A.; d. 1885. 



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Alston, Waldemar, planter, Hampden. 

1862, Clio, Marengo Co.; s. William J. Alston, Magnolia, and Martha Cade; 
b. Sept. 18, 1844: ist Lieut., under Gen. John H. Morgan, Ky., afterwards under 
Basil W. Duke, C. S. A.; practiced Law in Texas and Birmingham, retired trom 
Law and now a Planter; m. Agnes Lewis, Jefferson, Oct., 1865. 

Askew, Samuel Horton, accountant, Atlanta, Ga. 

1863, Dayton; s. Hilliard J. Askew, Dayton, and Pauline N. Askew; b. Dec. 
5, 184s; Lieut., C. S. A.; Auditor, Accountant and Bank Examiner; m. (i) Kittle 
Reeves, Dayton, Feb. 15, 1882, (2) Therza Pickering, Dayton, Jan. 23, 1892. 

Barton, John Keyes, lawyer, Cedartown, Ga. 

1862, Montgomery; s. John Keyes Barton, Tallassee, and Elizabeth Chappell 
Sledge; b. Sept. 3, 1846; Capt, Co. E, 6ist Ala. Inf., C. S. A.; Prin., Deatsville 
Acad., 1884-86; Pres., Ga. and Ala. Mining Co., 1881-91; m. Clara Jane Trimble, 
Wetumpka, April 29, 1868. 

Battle, Romulus Riggs, civil engineer, Philadelphia, Pa. 

1862, Mobile; s. Samuel G. Battle; b. Jan. 2, 1848; 2nd Lieut., Ala. State 
Reserves, 1864-65; Engineering Corps, Fairmount Park Commis., Phil., Penn. ; joined 
Engineer Corps, June, 1886. 

* Bender, Daniel Judson, planter, Jefferson, Tex. 

1863, Pleasant Hill; s. Griffin M. Bender and Martha Hardy; b. March 28, 
1846; m. Nora Lanier Hardy, Newton Co., Miss., Dec. 14, 1871; d. Jan. 24, 1893. 

*Bestor, Frank Eggleston, DeSoto, Miss. 

1862, Tiptop, Miss.; s. Rev. Daniel Perrin Bestor and Eliza Townes; b. April 
23, 184s; 2nd Lieut, in Ball's Cav. Reg., C. S. A.; killed in battle, April, 1864. 

Billing, Fay McCullock, banker, Montgomery 

1862, Columbus, Ga. ; s. Dr. Samuel A. Billing and Mary Hulet Cook; b. Oct. 28, 
1846; Pres., Josiah Morris Banking Co.; m. (i) Lucy Noble, New Orleans, Aug. 12, 
1873, (2) Sarah Wyly, Montgomery, Oct. 3, 1894. 

*Boykin, Colin McRea, Shreveport, La. 

1863, Portk.nd; s. Burwell Boykin, Portland, and Elizabeth McRea; d. 18 — . 

*Brasfield, Milton Turner, physician, Forkland. 

1862, Forkland; s. Milton Robert Brasfield and Mary Rebecca Pullen; b. 
June 25, 1848; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1882; m. Sallie Mann; d. Feb. 10, 1887. 

Brewer, Samuel Green, clerk, Dallas, Tex. 

1863, Mt. Meigs; s. Reuben H. Brewer, Mt. Meigs, and Mary Jeannette 
Crockett; b. Jan. 30, 1846; Private in Scrapie's Ala. Battery, 1864-65; m. Margaret 
Ray, West Point, Ga., Sept., 1872. 

Brooks, Hardin Hairston, planter, Brooksville, Miss. 

1863, Crawfordville, Miss.; s. Thomas B. Brooks, Crawfordville, Miss., and 
Sarah A. Hairston; b. Jan. 28, 1848; Lieut., C. S. A.; Rep., Gen. Assem., Miss., 
1898-1902; m. Georgia H. Helm, Eminence, Ky., Dec. 4, 1886. 

Browder, Hartwell Hill Tarver, planter, , Ark. 

1863, Eufaula; s. Isham C. Browder and Mary A. Tarver; admitted to Bar, 
1866, moved West in 1878, — last information, farming. 



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Brown, Eugene LeVert, druggist, St. Louis, Mo. 

1863, Oregon; s. John T. Brown, Camargo, Miss., and Catherine E. Greene; 
b. Jan. 22, 1846; 12 years Traveling Salesman, Louisville, Ky., Drug House; lo 
years Wholesale Drug business, Memphis and Louisville, Ky., Drug and Chemical 
business, St. Louis, 1899 ; m. Annie Finley Greene, Tuscaloosa, July 10, 1883. 

Brown, John William, physician, Bailey, Tex. 

1863, Elyton; s. Isaac Brown and Eliza Snow; b. May 20, 1847; M. D., Miami 
Med. Col., Cincinnati, O.; Private, Co. H., 2nd Ala. Reserves, C. S. A.; m. Martina 
Ann Biggerstaff, March, 1884. 

Bryson, John Paul, physician, St. Louis, Mo. 

1863, Macon, Miss.; s. James Bryson, Macon, Miss., and Eliza Banks; b. 
April 16, 1846; M. D., Humboldt Med Col.; Prof. Med. Dept., Washington Univ., 
1889 — ; in. (i) Mary Sterling Winter, of Bayou Sara, La., in St. Louis, (2) Jean 
Richmond, Woodstock, Vt. 

Burch, Augustus, planter, Robinsonville, Miss. 

1863, Mt. Meigs; s. James Burch and Jeanette Mitchell; b. August 22, 1847; 
m. Kate Watson Calhoun, Ouachita Parish, La., April 7, 1896. 

*Burgess, Robert McCants, Mobile. 

1863, Newton Acad., Monroe Co.; s. James Burgess, Monroe Co., and Sallie 
McCants; b. Jan. 28, 1846; d. 1898. 

Burns, J. M., planter, Burnsville. 

1863, Burnsville, Dallas Co.; s. J. H. Burns; b. Dec. 13, 1845. 

Burt, Henry McKenzie, planter, Talladega. 

1861, Alpine; s. T. C. Burt, Talladega, and Elizabeth Baird; b. Sept. 2, 1844; 
I St Lieut., C. S. A.; County Commissioner, 1884-96; m. Maria Mims Curry, Talladega 
Co., Dec. 12, 1871. 

Bush, Thomas Green, merchant and manufacturer, Birmingham. 

1S62, Brooksville, Miss.; s. Albert P. Bush, Mobile, and Sarah A. Williams; 
b. Aug. 19, 1847; Adjt., 62nd Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1886-87; 
Pres., M. and B. R.R., several years; Member of Monetary Commission; Pres., 
Shelby Iron Co. and Ala. Consolidated Iron and Coal Co.; m. Alberta Williams, 
Montgomery, June 6, 1871. 

Butler, George J. 

1863, Columbus, Miss.; b. March 23, 1846. 



*Cade, Peter Early Matthews, Selma. 

1863, Selma; s. Ervin Easly Cade, Selma, and Martha Ann Vaughan; b. Nov. 
28, 1848; d. Nov. 13, 1867. 

*Cain, James W., , Tex. 

1862, Northport; s. Rev. Robert Cain; b. Feb. 27, 1845; d. 189 — . 

*Cannon, William Rashae, merchant, Columbus, Miss 

1863, Columbus, Miss.; s. William R. Cannon and Eliza Jane Cannon; b< 
Jan. 17, 1847; Student Univ. of Miss.; Sec. and Treas., City of Columbus, Miss., 
1879-82; Merchant and Trav. Salesman; d. Oct. 9, 1882. 



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*Carhart, J. D. 

1862, Macon, Ga.; s. James O. Carhart; b. Nov. i, 1846; d. 18 — . 

*Carlisle, Edward Kenworthy, cotton business, Selma. 

1862, Marion; s. Edward K. Carlisle and Walthall; b. June 7, 1845; 

Cotton Commission business, Mobile, 1871, afterwards at Selma; Private in Gen. 

Wheeler's Cav. ; m. Florence Crenshaw, Maiion, June, 1870; d. Oct. 19, i8S6, at 
Marion. 

Carson, Shelby Chadwick, A. M., '97, physician, Greensboro. 

1863, Greensboro; s. Thomas Kelly Carson, Greensboro, and Adelaide Short- 
ridge; b. Jan. 26, 1846; M. D., Tulane, 1890; Private, C. S. A.; Senior Counsellor, 
Med. Asso., Ala., 1898; Mem., Board of Education, Bessemer, 1891-96; m. Annie 
Burt Ridgeway, Greene Co., June 22, 1869. 

♦Carter, William Edward, Columbus, Ga. 

1863, Columbus, Ga.; s. John Davis Carter, Columbus, Ga., and Zoonomia Hoxey 
Carter; b. Dec. 16, 1845; Private, Artil. Co., C. S. A.; d. while on sick leave in 1864. 

Castens, Henry A. 

1862, Columbus, Ga.; s. J. W. Castens; b. March 17, 1845. 

*Cobb, Carmot Ashley, planter, Montgomery. 

1861, Montgomery; s. Dr. Cobb, Montgomery Co., and Eliza Ashley; b. July 
9, 1847; LL. B., Univ. of Tenn. ; m. Lovis Anderson, Lebanon, Tenn.; d. 18 — . 

Coleman, Harvey, planter, Eutaw. 

1864, Eutaw; s. James Coleman and Julia Bestor; b. Aug. 26, 1846; Private, 
C. S. A.; m. (i) Emma Allen, Logan's Bluff, 1868, (2) Fannie Travis Anderson, 
Eutaw, 1886. 

Coleman, Henderson Todd, Tuscaloosa. 

1863, Richmond, Dallas Co.; s. Allen Walton Coleman and Mary Todd; b. 
May, 1846; formerly Merchant, now retired. 

*Conner, Charles D., Bladen Springs. 

1862, Bladen Springs; s. Dr. Ephraim D. Conner and Caroline Bennett; b. 
Feb. 29, 1846; Private, 3rd Reg., Ala. Cav., 1861-62; d. at the University, 1864. 



Cotton, John B. 

1863, Macon, Miss.; b. Feb. 3, 1847. 

*Cowin, Thomas Edwin, hotel proprietor, Anniston. 

1863, Hollow Square, Greene Co.; s. Samuel Cowin and Martha A. Evans; 
b. Sept. 23, 1846; Private, C. S. A.; m. Cornelia Collins, Greene Co.; d. 189 — . 

Cox, Taylor N., planter and lawyer, Enon, 

1863, Enon; s. William Cox; b. Jan. 15, 1848; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1872-74. 

Craddock, Edward Keeling, secretary, Tuscaloosa. 

1862, Columbus, Miss.; s. John Neal Craddock and Lucy Payne Edmundson; 
b. July IS, 1845; Asst. Post Master, Tuscaloosa, 1884-97; Sec. to President, 1st Nat. 
Bank, Tuscaloosa; m. Fannie Carr Ferguson, Dunbar, Miss., Feb. 6, 1872. 

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Crook, John Martin, physician, Columbus, Ga. 

1862, Alexandria; s. John Martin Crook, Jacksonville, and Margaret Miller; 
b. Aug. 4, 1847; M. D., Col. of P. and S., Baltimore, Md., 1885; Mayor, Jackson- 
ville, 1881-83; m. (i) Annie VVhatley, Alexandria, 1876, (2) Louise Rankin, Columbus, 
Ga., 1890. 

*Crum, Augustus Wilhs, merchant and planter, AUenton. 

1863, Allenton; s. Abram Crum, Allenton, and Sarah Floyd Mobley; b. April 
16, 1846; Private, Cav., C. S. A.; m. Annie Hawthorn, Pine Apple, Feb. 8, 1870; 
d. May 31, 1880. 

*Crusoe, Charles W. 

1863, Columbus, Miss.; s. C. R. Crusoe; b. March 17, 1847; d. 189 — . 

*Dabney, William Penn Taylor, R. R. agent, Meridian, Miss. 

1862, Mt. Vernon, Mobile Co.; s. John Milton Dabney, Va., and Elizabeth 
Moore; b. March 31, 1847; Private, C. S. A., Co. K, ist Miss.; Agent M. and O. R.R., 
26 years; m. Caroline Goodman, of Mobile, at Matherville, Miss.; d. Feb. 11, 1899. 

Dalton, Henry Clay, physician, St. Louis, Mo. 

1863, Aberdeen, Miss.; s. Robert Hunter Dalton, Tacoma, Wash., and Jane 
Martin Henderson; b. May 7, 1847; M. D., 1870, Mobile; Private in Gen. Forrest's 
Cav., C. S. A.; Member, Pension Board, St. Louis, 1893-97; Prof, of Surgery, 
Marion-Sims Col. of Med., St. Louis; m. Alice Cravens, Neosho, Mo., Feb. 17, 1875. 

*Davis, John T., merchant, Montevallo. 

1863, Montsvallo; s. Edward Davis, Montevallo, and Elizabeth Amelia McMath; 
b. July 18, 1848; d. May 24, 1874. 

*Davis, William Albert, merchant, Montevallo. 

1862, Montevallo; s. Edward Davis, Montevallo, and Elizabeth Amelia McMath; 
b. Sept. 2, 184s; Lieut., C. S. A.; d. at Selma, Nov. 13, 1866. 

Denson, William Henry, lawyer, Birmingham. 

1863, Hatchechubbie, Russell Co.; s. Augustus R. Denson, Hatchechubbie, and 
Elizabeth Ivey; b. May 4, 1846; Private, Bellamy's Battery, Co. B, Waddell's Bat., 
C. S. A.; Mayor of Lafayette, 1874; Rep., Gen. Assem.. Ala., 1876-78; U. S. District 
Atty., Middle and Noith. Dist. of Ala., 1885-89; Member, 53rd U. S. Congress, 
Lower House, 1893-95; ni. Rosa Elizabeth Cowan, Union Springs, Dec. 21, 1868. 

De Yampert, John Lucius 

1863, Marion; s. T. J. DeYampert; b. May 10, 1846. 

*Dobbs, Andrew J., , Miss. 

1863, Aberdeen, Miss.; s. N. H. Dobbs; b. Oct. 24, 1848; lived in Eutaw many 
years; d. about 1896. 

Dorroh, William Gayle, planter, Madison Sta., Miss. 

1863, Hollow Square, Greene Co.; s. James Dorroh, Hollow Square, and Linda 
Hyle; b. Oct. 2, 1844; m. Eliza Jane Robinson, Greensboro, Jan. 31, 1866. 

Driskell, Peter G., , Tex. 

1862, Notasulga; s. Peter Driskell; b. Dec. 21, 1845. 



1864] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 179 

Driskell, Thomas Jefferson, merchant, Plantersville. 

1862, Plantersville; s. Thomas Stanford Driskell, Plantersville, and Emily Stan- 
ford McGee; b. Jan. 3, 1845; Private, C. S. A., Co. F, 3rd Ala. Reg.; Merchant at 
Selma from 1865-86, at Plantersville since 1886; m. Katherine Eugene Watson, Selma, 
Dec. 29, 1875. 

DuBose, Francis Davis, physician, Maplesville. 

1863, Maplesville; s. Homer DuBose, Maplesville, and Mary McGee; b. Sept. 
3, 184s; m. Anna Goodwin. 

*Dumas, Jeremiah Taylor, merchant, Mobile. 

1863, Clifton, Wilcox Co.; s. Joel Dumas, Arlington, and Mary Lucy Dumas; 
b. March 12, 1847; Cotton Factor; Pres., Mobile Cotton Mills; m. (i) Ella Devan, 
Arlington, Sept., 1869, (2) Leila Devan, Arlington, Feb., 1894; d- March 6, 1901. 

*Dunlap, Felix L., merchant, Selma. 

1863, Gainesville; s. G. H. Dunlap, Eutaw, and Louisa Long; b. July 19, 1848; 
Private, C. S. A.; m. Sallic T. Watters, Selma; d. March 26, 189 — , at Eutaw. 

Eddins, John William Virgil, planter, Demopolis. 

1862, Demopolis; s. Oswell Eddins and Mary Stewart; b. Aug. 14, 1846; m. 
Mattie Lockard Scale, Gaston, Sumter Co., Jan. 5, 1890. 

Edwards, George Tilley, merchant, Lapine. 

1863, Pine Level; s. Benjamin Edwards and Susan A. Tilley; b. Nov. i, 1846; 
m. Florida Virginia Weldon, Pike Co., Dec. 19, 1867. 

Ellerbe, Christopher Pegues, lawyer, St. Louis, Mo. 

1863, Liberty Hill, Dallas Co.; s. Alexander William Ellerbe, Liberty Hill, and 
Catherine Pegues; b. March i, 1846; B. L., Univ. of Va., 1868; Color Sgt. and Sgt.- 
Major, 8th Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; Teacher at Bridgeton, Mo., 1868-69; Att'y, Board Police 
Commissioners, St. Louis, 1875-78; Rep., Gen. Assem., Mo., 1883-85; Supt. of In- 
surance, Dept. of Mo., 1889-93; Pres., Union Casualty and Surety Co., St. Louis, 
1893-99; m. (i) Virginia Wash, St. Louis, June 17, 1873, (2) Mary Broadus Francis, 
St. Louis Co., April 29, 1891. (Residence address, Ferguson, Mo.) 

Evans, Caleb Rembert, planter, Myrtlewood. 

1864, Linden; s. Josiah T. Evans, Myrtlewood, and Louisa Leonora Rembert; 
b. June 26, 1848; m. Sina Ellen Westbrook, Jefferson, Nov. 23, 1869. 

Farley, Algernon Sidney, blacksmith, Waxahachie, Tex. 

1862, Cross Keys, Macon Co.; s. J. C. Farley, Cross Keys, and Thermuthus 
Pinkston; b. March 20, 1845; Sgt.-Major, C. S. A., 1864; Cotton Buyer; m. Sonora 
Wise, Waxahachie, Texas, Oct. 18, 1897. 

♦Ferris, William Fauntleroy, merchant, Macon, Miss. 

1863, Macon, Miss.; s. Eugene Ferris, Macon, Miss., and Lucy Ann Micou; b. 
Sept. 29, 1846; Private, Co. D, 20th Miss., C. S. A.; Book-seller and Stationer; m. 
Clara Lee Dismukes, Macon, Miss., April 28, 1870; d. Nov. 25, 1900. 

Findley, T. V. 

1862, Blue Mountain; s. John A. Findley; b. April 21, 1845. 

Finley, James T. 

1863, Montijomery; b. Jan. 20, 1846. 



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*Fitts, James Oliver, merchant, Roseland. 

1862, Uniontown; s. Samuel A. Fitts and Sarah Elizabeth Alston; b. Dec. 17, 
1846; Student Washington and Lee Univ., 2 years; Courier of Gen. Loring, C. S. A., 
1864; Manager Calhoun Company, Sunny Side, Ark., 1882-91; d. Feb. 25, 1892, at 
Roseland, Marengo Co. 

Fitzpatrick, Lewis Alexander, druggist, Helena, Ark. 

1863, Houston, Miss.; s. B. F. Fitzpatrick, Mobile, and Elizabeth Jane Moore; 
b. Nov. 22, 1847; Private, C. S. A., 1864-65; Treas., City of Helena, 1875-78; Di- 
rector, St. Francis Levee Board, 1892 ; m. Alzena F. Jacks, Cairo, 111., Sept. 3, 

1872. 

Floiirnoy, John Francis, R. R. president, Columbus, Ga. 

1863, Columbus, Ga. ; s. John Manly Flournoy and Mary Gordon; b. March 14, 
1847; Private, Nelson's Ga. Rangers, C. S. A.; Pres. of Columbus, Ga., R.R. Co., 
Muscogee Real Estate Co., Columbus Investment Co.; m. (i) Rebecca Epping, 
Columbus, Ga., Nov. 6, 1869, (2) Mary Welch Reynolds, Alpine, Sept. 28, 1881. 

Frazer, Nathan Hix, cotton buyer, Union Springs. 

1863, Rocky Head, Dale Co.; s. Thomas G. Frazer, Dale Co., and Martha Bass; 
b. Oct. 20, 1845; Private, C. S. A., 1864-65; Merchant, 1870-92; Tax Collector, 
Bullock Co., 1900-04; m. Mattie M. McCall, Union Springs, Nov. 22, 1871. 

Garrard, Louis Ford, lawyer, Columbus, Ga. 

1863, Columbus, Ga. ; s. William W. Garrard, Columbus, Ga., and Frances 
Isabel Urquhart; b. Nov. 25, 1S47; Private, C. S. A., 1864-65; Rep., Gen. Assem., 
Ga., 1878-83; Speaker of the House, 1882-83; m. Annie Foster Leonard, Columbus, 
Ga., May 20, i868. 

*Garrett, C. A., physician, , Tex. 

1863, Dayton; s. Charles Garrett; b. April 15, 1848; M. D., College unknown; 
Physician and practiced at Old Spring Hill, Marengo Co., moved to Texas, and died 
soon afterwards. 

Gilmer, Morgan Smith, planter, Montgomery. 

1864, Montgomery; s. George W. Gilmer, Morganville, and Caroline F. Smith; 
b. Nov. 30, 1847; Private, Pillow's Escort, C. S. A.; Clerk, Court, Montgomery Co., 
1898-1904; m. (1) Martha Haiden Barton, Milan, Tenn., Nov. 30, 1874, (2) Helen 
Barton, Snowdoun, Sept. 10, 1883. 

Gilmer, William Barnett, real estate, Florala. 

1863, Mt. Meigs; s. John Thornton Gilmer and Mary Jane Barnett; b. June i, 
1846; wounded in battle at Chehaw, June 20, 1864; Teacher, 4 years; Tax Assessor, 
Lowndes Co., 1880-86; m. Rosa Leonora Carr, Ft. Deposit, Dec. 18, 1881. 

*Gladney, Henry Thomas, planter, Egypt, Miss. 

1863, Egypt, Miss.; s. James Beckett Gladney and Sarah Ann Gardner; b. 
Aug. I, 1847; Private in Forrest's Cav., C. S. A.; d. May 25, 1875. 

*Goodwin, Walter Young, book-keeper, Selma. 

1862, Selma; s. A. M. Goodwin, Selma, and Rebecca S. Goodwin; b. April 16, 
1845; d. Feb. 23, 1882. 

Gordon, A. Zachery Pope, planter, Prattville. 

1862, Prattville; s. James Madison Gordon and Amanda Pope; b. Oct. 7, 1844; 
m. Miss Montgomery. 



1864] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 181 

Greenwood, John Cloud, builder and contractor, Montgomery. 

1862, LaPlace; s. Robert James Greenwood, Augusta, Ga., and Unity Ella 
Cloud; b. Oct. 9, 1845; Lieut, Co. C, 8th Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; m. Mary James Col- 
vard, LaPlace, Dec. 6, 1866. 

*Haden, Henry A., Selma. 

1863, Selma; s. A. L. Haden; b. June 30, 1846; d. i86 — . 

Hale, C. H. 

1863, Columbus, Miss.; s. H. Hale; b. July 26, 1847. 

*Hall, John William, merchant, Dowty. 

1863, Stockton; s. Gerald B. Hall, Baldwin Co., and Susan B. Howell; ft. 
March 15, 1847; Private, C. S. A.; d. at Tuscaloosa. 

Hall, Joseph Parmer, 

1863, Carpenter's Sta., Baldwin Co.; s. James Hall; b. Oct. 3, 1845. 

Hamilton, William Thomas, physician, Alexander City. 

1863, Mobile; s. Peter Hamilton, Mobile, and Anna Martha Beers; b. Aug. 6, 
1848, M. D., Mobile, 1880; Mayor of Ironaton, 1897-98; Asst. Surgeon, U. S. Vol., 
Spanish War, 1898-99; m. (i) Anne W. Bignon, Augusta, Ga., 1877, (2) Ida Richards, 
Nixburg. 

Harris, L. 

1862, Omega, La.; s. W. H. Harris; b. May 12, 1844. 

♦Harris, P. M. C. 

1862, Livingston; b. Feb. 20, 1846; d. 18 — . 

Hartley, J. K. 

1863, Mobile; s. A. Hartley; b. Feb. 6, 1846. 

Harvey, James T. 

1863, Columbia, Miss.; s. James F. Harvey; b. March 22, 1847. 

♦Hawkins, Richard Nathaniel, physician, Elyton. 

1863, Elyton; s. Nathaniel Hawkins, Elyton, and Hannah Maria Welton; b. 
Jan. 24, 1846; M. D., Miami Med. Col., Cincinnati, Ohio; Member, Gen. Roddy's 
Escort, C. S. A., 186s; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., from Shelby Co., 1882-84; m. 
Hattie Marguret Killough, Montevallo, Dec. i, 1869. 

♦Hawthorne, James Edward, Allenton. 

1862, Pine Apple; s. T. J. Hawthorne, Allenton, and K. E. King; b. Jan. 16, 
1846; Private, Co. F, 53rd Reg. Ala. Cav.; Medical Student, 2 years, at Paris, 
France; d. Oct. 29, 1868. 

Hayden, James Foumier, planter, Demopolis. 

1862, Demopolis; s. G. B. Hayden, Demopolis, and Louisa ; b. Dec 

21, 1846; ist Lieut., Division Signal Corps, C. S. A.; Teacher, 1866-67; Merchant, 
1889-93; tn. Cora Bolton, Demopolis. 

*Hogan, W. H., Montgomery. 

1862, Montgomery; s. G. L. Hogan; b. May 22, 1848; m. Miss Hill; d. 186 — . 



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*Holmes, George McNeil, 

1862, New Orleans, La.; b. May 20, 1845; Private, C. S. A.; Clerk on Steam- 
boat; d. of yellow fever in 187 — . 

Houston, G. W. 

1863, Randolph; s. S. F. Houston; b. Nov. 14, 1846. 

*Howard, M. 

1863, Lowndesboro; s. B. F. Howard; b. June 23, 1846; d. 188 — . 

*Howard, William Bascom, Tuskegee. 

1862, Tuskegee; s. B. F. Howard, Tuskegee, and Caroline Crawford; b. July 
2, 1845; Private, 12th Ala. Reg., Army of Va., C. S. A.; killed April 6, 1865, at 
Farmville, Va. 

*Hull, E. S., New York. 

1863, Athens, Ga. ; s. Henry Hull; b. June 14, 1846; m. Ella Eddins, Tusca- 
loosa; d. 1 90 1. 

Hunter, Joha S., commercial traveller, 

1863, Cahaba; s. R. D. Hunter; b. Sept. 16, 1848. 

Ingram, B. M. 

1863, Wetumpka; s. J. N. Ingram; b. Sept. 15, 1845. 

Ivey, Thomas F. ; 

1863, Selma; b. Jan. is, 1846. 

James, Belton O'Neal, steamboat business, 

1863, Pleasant Hill; s. B. S. James; b. Feb. 19, 1848. 

Jemison, Henry Samuel, planter, Lamison. 

1862, Houston, Miss.; s. Robert Thomas Jemison, Sparta, Miss., and Martha C. 
Pitts; b. July 19, 1844; 3rd Sgt., Co. F, 8th Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; m. (i) Frances L. 
Flanagan, Wilcox Co., June 18, 1872, (2) Sallie A. Finney, Marengo Co., Nov. 8, 1900. 

Jones, William Clarence, lawyer, Camden. 

1863, Allenton; s. J. Clarke Jones, Oak Hill, and Julia McReynolds; b. Nov. 
9, 184s; A. M., Chappell Hill, N. C, 1869, LL. B., Columbia, Tenn., 1871; m. (i) 
Taylor Hines, 1877, (2) Mrs. Annie B. Jones, 1887. 

*Judkins, William Thomas, Cross Keys. 

1862, Cross Keys, Macon Co.; s. John Christopher Judkins and Eliza Jane 
Young; b. Nov. 17, 1845; Member of Capt. Storr's Cadet Co., C. S. A.; killed at 
Greensport in skirmish with Reausseau's Raid, July 18, 1864. 

Kelly, L. J. 

1863, Penton, Chambers Co.; s. J. G. Kelly; b. Dec. 16, 1845. 

Kendall, George Wilkins, Jr.. manufacturer, Binghamton, N. Y. 

1863, Gainesville; s. T. R. Kendall, Binghamton, N. Y., and Mary A. Hutchins; 
b. Dec. 6, 1845; 1st Lieut., Co. K, 8th Ala., C. S. A.; practiced Law at Keokuk, Iowa, 
for many years; m. Kate Lowe, Keokuk, low^, Jan. 20, 1869. 



1864] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 183 

Kennedy, John Robie, planter, Tuscaloosa. 

1862, Tuscaloosa; s. John Spinks Kennedy and Mary Emiline Kennedy; b. 
June 9, 1848; LL. B., Cumberland, Tenn., 1870; m. Joanna McLester, June 27, 1871. 

Kennedy, Logan Paschal, foundryman, Louisville, Ky. 

1862, Tuscaloosa; s. Capt. John Spinks Kennedy and Mary Emiline Kennedy; 
b. Nov. 22, 1846; ist Lieut., loth Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; m. Hannah J. Lithgow, 
Louisville, Ky., March 21, 1871. 

King, Augustus A., planter, Selma. 

1863, Orrville; b. Sept. 17, 1846. 

Knowles, Henry Hyler, insurance, New York. 

1863, Columbus, Ga. ; s. Peter Knowles, Pensacola, Fla., and Josephine Hyler; 
b. July 30, 1847; Private, C. S. A.; Southern Manager, N. Y. Equitable Assurance 
Society; m. (i) Gertrude Lalla Rookh Plons, Chicago, 111., May 29, 1879, (2) Ella 
Watrous Kelsey, Pensacola, Ela., March 25, 1901. 

Lane, Leonidas Mansfield, lawyer, Greenville. 

1863, Clayton; s. Alexander Lane, Eufaula, and Mary Eleanor Phillips; b. 
Oct. 29, 1846; attended Univ. of Ga., and Univ. of Ky. ; Probate Judge, Butler Co., 
1886-92; Mayor of Greenville; m. Katie N. Greene, Clayton, 1874. 

*Lanier, Emmett Sykes, physician and druggist, Columbus, Miss. 

1863, Columbus, Miss.; s. Dr. Robert E. Lanier and Angelina Miller; b. March 
24, 1844; M. D., Univ. of La.; 1st Sgt., C. S. A.; m. Sue Tumerdale, Dec, 1874, 
Aberdeen, Miss.; d. May 5, 1896. 

*Lapsley, John Whitfield, Selma. 

1862, Selma; s. James M. Lapsley; b. April 21, 1844; d. in Confed. Service 
in 1864-65. 

Larkin, William B., planter, Coatopa. 

1862, Brewersville, Sumter Co.; s. A. Larkin; b. Aug. 21, 1845. 

Lee, Alto Velo, A. M., '85, lawyer, Clayton. 

1862, Clayton; s. Lovard Lee and Susan Loveless; b. Dec. 28, 1843; Lieut., 
C. S. A., 1862, Capt., 1864; Solic, Barbour Co., 1868-76; Solic, 3rd Jud. Circuit, 
1876-92; Trustee, U. of Ala., 1890-94; m. Lillie Lawrence, Tuscaloosa, Dec. 19, 1865. 

Lee, John Monterey, planter, Greenville, Miss. 

1863, Greenville, Miss.; s. W. H. Lee and Eleanor Percy Marr; b. Oct. 12, 
1846; Private, C. S. A.; U. S. Deputy Marshal for 10 years; Planter for 20 years, 

1865-85; City Clerk, 1889 ; m. (i) Adalise Preston Farrar, (2) Annie Haywood 

Harshe. 

Lee, William Reynolds, planter, Carlowville. 

1863, Carlowville; s. Theodore Bachman Lee and Julia Emma Reynolds; b. 
June 16, 1846; Member, Board of Revenue, Dallas Co., 1890-98; m. (i) Martha 
Eleanor Lee, June, 1869, (2) Mary Louise Calhoun, April, 1898. 

*Linam, R. B., Camden. 

1863, Camden; s. E. Linam; b. Jan. 17, 1847; d. early part of 1864. 



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Lynch, G. R., minister, M. E. Church, S. 

1864, Central Institute, Coosa Co.; s. Thomas Lynch; b. March 17, 1846. 

*Mabry, Albert G., Jr., lawyer, Selma. 

1862, Selma; s. N. G. Mabry; b. July 10, 1846; d. 189 — . 

Marshall, John Howard, planter, Columbus, Miss. 

1862, Mobile; s. B. F. Marshall, Mobile, and Caroline Howard, of Columbus, 
Ga. ; b. Oct. 13, 1846; Courier, C. S. A., for Gen. Stephen D. Lee; Law Student, 
Univ. of Va. ; Commission Merchant, Mobile ; m. Addie Malone Sykes, Columbus, 
Miss., June 9, 1881. 

Mason, C. W. 

1864, Columbus, Miss.; s. E. B. Mason; b. July 19, 1848. 

McConnico, A. R., clerk, Hammac. 

1863, Allenton; s. Charles T. McConnico, Pineville, and Mary Robinson; b. 
Aug. 13, 1846; Private, Co. K., 53rd Ala., C. S. A.; m. Bettie Stallworth, Allenton, 
1865. 

McCreary, Robert James, Evergreen. 

1863, Belleville; s. J. H. McCreary; b. April 24, 1846; Private, C. S. A.; 
Sheriff, Conecuh Co., 1877-80, 1888-92; Tax Collector, 1892-96; m. (i) Bettie Stanley, 
August, 1869, (2) Mary H. Stanley, Dec. 22, 1872. 

McDaniel, R. P., Braidentown, Fla. 

1864, Moulton; s. T. J. McDaniel; b. Nov. 14, 1847; Private, C. S. A.; U. S. 
Consul, Behaia, Brazil. 

McMath, Joseph Warren, clerk, North Birmingham. 

1863, Tuscaloosa; s. J. H. McMath, Tuscaloosa, and Livenia Tannehill; b. 
July 16, 1847; Private, Co. F, loth Ala., C. S. A. 

McQueen, Robert, physician, 

1864, Greenville; s. John C. McQueen; b. May 8, 1847. 

Means, Charles Moore Barry, merchant, Nashville, Tenn. 

1862, Clinton; s. William Means, Clinton, and Mary A. Barry; b. Dec. 4, 
1844; m. Louise Moseley, Bell Buckle, Tenn., Dec, 1870. 

*Means, James Henry, Clinton. 

1863, Clinton; s. William Means, Clinton, and Mary A. Barry; b. March 18, 
1847; d. Dec. 7, 1863. 

Milhous, Phillip Walter, planter, Orrville. 

1863, Cahaba; s. Phillip Milhous and Eliza Goodwin; b. May i, 1848; m. 
Addria Perine, Cahaba. 

Miller, John Haywood, merchant, Ballinger, Tex. 

1861, Tuscaloosa; s. John Miller and Melvina Carter; b. Jan. 30, 1843; Lieut., 
C. S. A.; m. Louisa Bean, Bell Co., Tex,, 1868. 

*Mobley, John W., Allenton. 

1864, Allenton; s. Elbert J. Mobley and Julia ; b. Sept. 21, 1846; 

Private, Cav., C. S. A.; supposed to have been killed in C. S. A. 



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*Morgan, Judson Aaron, planter, Paris, Tex. 

1863, Columbus, Miss.; s. John M. Morgan, Columbus, Miss., and Louisa 
Caroline Prowell; b. Dec. 24, 1847; Private, C. S. A.; d. Dec. 23, 1865. 

*Nelson, John, planter, Greensboro. 

1861, Greensboro; s. Gideon E. Nelson, Greensboro, and Georgiana Lamar 
Curry; b. Dec. 10, 1845; m. Rebecca Jones, Greensboro, May t, 1871; killed in R.R. 
accident at Henriette, Tex., Nov. 9, 1890. 

♦Norris, Calvin, railroading, Mobile. 

1863, Selma; s. Calvin Norris, Mobile, and Emily Croom; b. March 15, 1847; 
m. Florence Higley, Mobile; d. New Orleans, 1888, yellow fever. 

Norris, Franklin, book-keeper, Birmingham. 

1863, Selma; s. William J. Norris, Selma, and Louisiana Rebecca Rutherford; 
b. March 8, 1847; Private, Co. B, 63rd Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; m. Mary H. Rush. 



Norton, J. A. 

1864, Montgomery; s. S. E. Norton; b. Oct. 19, 1846. 

*Nott, Josiah Clark, Jr., stock broker, New York. 

1863, Mobile; s. Dr. Josiah C. Nott, New York, and Sarah Deas; b. Oct. 26, 
1845; d. at San Antonio, Tex., May 12, 1890. 

Oliver, Christopher Charlton, physician, Calera. 

1862, Auburn; s. Rev. C. D. Oliver, Calera, and Laura Amanda Reid; b. 
May 23, 184s; M. D., Atlanta Med. Col., 1868; 2nd Lieut., 63rd Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; 
Back Tax Commissioner, Shelby Co., 1898-1901; m. Jessie Allen, Wetumpka, May, 1868. 

Owen, Edward Hopson, lawyer, Los Angeles, Cal. 

1861-62; 1863, Tuscaloosa; s. Hopson Owen, Tuscaloosa, and Agnes Paine 
Williams; b. Dec. 9, 1846; ist Sgt., 62nd Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; Planter, Marengo 
Co., 1865-67; Mine Operator in Nevada, Idaho and Utah, 1867-70; Deputy County 

Clerk, Los Angeles, 1872-85; Clerk, U. S. Court, and U. S. Commissioner, 1887 ; 

m. Cecelia Ann Williams, Los Angeles. 

*Patton, Robert Weakley, Florence. 

1S63, Florence; s. Robert Miller Patton, Florence, and Jane L. Brahan; b. 
March 18, 1844; Orderly Sgt. in Body Guard of Brig.-Gen. Pillow, C. S. A.; killed 
in skirmish at Selma, April 3, 1865. 

Peagler, Giddeon James, planter, Greenville. 

1863, Manningham; s. George F. Peagler, Manningham, and Abailla Thigpen; 
b. Oct. 23, 1846; Private, C. S. A.; Lumber Manufacturer. 

*Pearson, Walter Raleigh, teacher, Youngville. 

1863, Youngville, Tallapoosa Co.; s. Thomas Gilmore Pearson and Susan Hol- 
loway Martin; b. Dec. 25, 1845; d- April 5, 1868. 

*Peeples, Thomas James, merchant and planter, Massillon. 

1863, Plantersville; s. Robert Reid Peeples, Selma, and Mary Ann Peeples; 
b. May 18, 1846; m. Margarette Geiger, Plantersville, Dec. 1871; d. Spring of 1884. 



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Penn, T. L. 

1863, Loachapoka; b. Dec. 9, 1845. 

Perry, L. M. 

1863, Columbus, Ga. ; s. Madison Perry; b. Sept i, 1846. 

*Pinkston, John Henry, planter, Mt. Meigs. 

1863, Mt. Meigs; s. Franklin Conner Pinkston and Aurelia Antoinette Graves; 
b. Nov. 10, 1845; Private, C. S. A., Semple's Battery; m. Sallie Irby Burch, Mt. 
Meigs, Oct. 22, 1872; d. June 22, 1899. 

*Pippen, Samuel Cockrell, planter, Helena, Ark. 

1864, Clinton; s. Eldred Pippen, Clinton, and Mrs. Hixey Dunn, {nee High); 
Private, C. S. A.; Proprietor Livery Stable; m. Cora Moore, Helena, Ark., May 16, 
1867; d. March 9, 1889, at Hot Springs. 

Pitts, Philip Plenry, lawyer, Selma. 

1863, Uniontown; s. Philip Henry Pitts and Margaret Davidson; b. Jan. 27, 
1849; A. B., Davidson Col., N. C, 1871; Private, 9th Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; Solic, 
4th Jud. Circuit, 1880-92; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1896-97; Adm. to Bar, 1874; Mem., 
Constitu. Con., 1901; Probate Judge, Dallas Co., 1901 — ; m. (i) Amanda H. McLean, 
Lincoln Co., N. C, Sept., 1872, (2) Marie Louise Byrd, Selma, Oct., 1890. 

Pope, L. 

1862, Mobile; s. A. L. Pope; b. July 15, 1845. 

Portis, Ira David, lawyer, Suggsville. 

1863, Suggsville, Clarke Co.; s. Col. John W. Portis and Rebecca Griffin 
Rivers; b. Oct. 24, 1845; Private, C. S. A., 1864-65; m. Onie Mae Poole, Poplarville, 
Miss., Jan. 5, 1885. 

Portis, Ira Rivers, soldier, U. S. Army. 

1863, Suggsville, Clarke Co.; s. Col. John W. Portis and Rebecca Griffin 
Rivers; b. May 24, 1847; M. D., Tulane; Physician and Planter, Smith Co., Tex., 
until 1899; Private, C. S. A., 1864-65; Private, U. S. A., Philippine War, 1899 . 

*Portis, Richard Rivers, lawyer and merchant, Suggsville. 

1863, Suggsville; s. John W. Portis and Rebecca Griffin Rivers; b. Oct. 24, 
1845; Private, C. S. A., 1864- 65; m. (1) Maimie Deas, 1870, (2) Mary Barnes, 1873; 
d. May 4, 1885. 

*Powell, Charles Edward, Pine Apple. 

1862, Pine Apple; s. Augustus H. Powell, Lee Summit, Mo., and Emma Mob- 
ley; b. August 31, 1845; Private, Cav., C. S. A.; Commission Merchant, Mobile, 
1866-68; R.R. Employee, 1868-71; m. Laura Hawthorn, Pine Apple, Jan. 12, 1866; 
d. July 6, 1871. 

Pruett, James Williamson, lawyer, Midway. 

1863, Midway; s. James M. Pruett, Midway, and Louisa S. Feagin; b. Jan. 8, 
1848; LL. B., Lebanon Law School; 3rd Lieut., C. S. A.; Judge County Court, 
Rockdale Co., Ga., 1887-89; m. Anna Pleasants Powell, Hurtsboro, 1873. 

Pruett, Samuel Thomas, planter, Midway. 

1863, Midway; s. James M. Pruett, Midway, and Louisa Savena Feagin; b. 
May 8, 1846; Lieut., C. S. A.; m. Sarah Florence, 1872, Midway. 



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Ramsey, Albert G. 

1863, Columbus, Miss.; s. John C. Ramsey; b. March 31, 1846. 



*Randle, C. P. 

1863, Burnsville; s. H. W. Randle; b. Nov. 11, 1844. 

Ratcliffe, Hamilton A., clerk, Camden. 

1862, Clifton; s. Leon Ratcliffe, Clifton, and Presilla Wright; b. March 27, 
184s; Clerk in Probate Court; m. Sallie Pritchett, Camden. 

*Reid, Boiling, 

1862, Tuskegee; s. John C. H. Reid; b. Nov. 15, 1845; d. 18—. 

Reynolds, L. B. 

1863, Kingston, Ga. ; b. Dec. 20, 1845. 

♦Roberts, Israel W., clerk, Montgomery. 

1864, Montgomery; s. Israel W. Roberts and Hester Willen; b. Dec. 24, 1846; 
Private, C. S. A.; d. August, 1892. 

Robinson, Benjamin McC, , Ark. 

1861, Tuscaloosa; s. W. B. Robinson; b. Nov. 16, 1845. 

Roddey, George, real estate, Eau Gallic, Fla. 

1863, Moulton; s. Gen. P. D. Roddey, London, Eng., and Margaret A. 
McGaughey; b. Oct. 7, 1846; Private, Co. H, 4th Ala. Cav., C. S. A. 

Roebuck, G. W. 

1863, Elyton; s. A. H. Roebuck; b. July 16, 1846. 

*Rogers, Benjamin D., planter and merchant, Luther's Store. 

1864, Linden; s. Frank A. Rogers, Linden, and Eliza Ann Dismukes; b. Jan. 5, 
1848; Private, C. S. A.; m. Vermelle Carter, Myrtlewood, Nov. 25, 1869; d. March 
21, 1873. 

*Roquemore, John D., A. M., '85, lawyer, Montgomery. 

1862, Eufaula; s. Zacheriah Roquemore and Julia A. McGibony; b. Aug. 27, 
1846; Private, C. S. A.; Commissioner to Codify the Statutes of Ala., 1876; State 
Senator, 1878-82; Pres. of the Senate, 1881-82; m. (i) Mary Linguard Hunter, 
Eufaula, 1867, (2) Henrietta L. Brown, Boston, Mass., 1887; d. March 12, 1900. 

Ross, Isaac, planter and cattle raiser, Opelika. 

1862, Tallassee; s. Isaac Ross and Narcissa Whitfield Sledge; b. April 25, 
1847; Private, Co. E, Clanton's Escort, C. S. A.; Brigade Drill Master, 1865; Asst. 
Director, A. and M. Col., Exper. Station, 1888-91; m. (i; Clara Adelaide McCurdy, 
Oak Bowery, Nov. 8, 1870, (2) Belle May Allen, Montgomery, Jan. 9, 1894. 

*Sanders, Thomas Franklin, Gainesville. 

1864, Gainesville; s. John Sanders, Romulus, and Matilda Morgan; b. Aug. 6, 
1846; d. at Hospital, Mobile, in 1864. 

Scales, J. H. 

1863, Lafayette; s. James Scales; b. Oct. 24, 1845. 



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Schroeder, W. F. 

1863, Mobile; s. Henry A. Schroeder; b. May lo, 1848. 

*Scott, David M. C, planter, Massillon. 

1862, Marion; s. John Scott; b. Aug. 2, 1844; d. 1870. 

Scott, W. W. 

1864, Eufaula; b. Nov. 25, 1847. 

Shaw, John Crosby, physician. Stranger, Tex. 

1863, Newton Academy; s. J. L. Shaw, Conecuh Co., and Permelia Crosby; b. 
Nov. 22, 1846; M. D., Mobile, 1871; Private, Co. F, 8th Ala., C. S. A.; m. Nannie 
Buck Sypert, Marlin, Tex., Feb. 29, 1880. 

*Shaw, John W. 

1862, Notasulga; s. W. A. Shaw; b. Dec. 3, 1845. 

Shawver, J. M. 

1863, University. 

Shields, John M., planter, Selma. 

1863, Orrville; s. William Bryan Shields; b. Oct. 28, 1847. 

*Shockley, Bascomb T., merchant, Milton, Fla. 

1862, Montgomery; s. W. M. Shockley; b. Oct. 17, 1844; Capt., C. S. A.; 
Timber Merchant; d. 1876. 

Silver, William H., , Mo. 

1864, Tensaw; s. James Silver; b. May 28, 1847. 

*Sims, James Henry, physician, Harwood, Tex, 

1863, Talladega; s. Henry Sims, Renfroe, and Martha Louisa Hayes; b. July 
24, 1846; M. D., Univ., Nashville, 1868; Adjt., Hardee's Bat., C. S. A.; d. June 24, 
1893. 

Skinner, William Alexander, merchant and planter, Old Spring 
Hill. 

1 86 1, Macon Station; s. George Skinner and Elizabeth R. Jones; b. Sept. 23, 
1846; 2nd Lieut., Co. K, 62nd Ala., C. S. A.; m. Amelia Boykin McCaa, Demopolis, 

f Oct. 30, 1872. 

Smith, Andrew Johnston, salesman, Midway. 

1862, Midway, Bullock Co.; s. W. M. Smith, Brewton, and Martha Eveline 
Joyner; b. Sept. 29, 1844; Lieut., Co. I, 63rd Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; Merchant, 1865-72; 
Trav. Salesman 20 years; Chief Clerk, U. S. Land Office, 1891-95; Real Estate and 
Insurance business; m. Hettie West, Milledgeville, Ga., Oct. 6, 1868. 

*Smith, Benjamin Franklin, Canton Bend. 

1863, Canton Bend; s. Daniel Smith, Canton Bend, and Amelia J. Irvin; b. 
April 22, 1847; d. at U. of Ala., Spring of 1864. 

Smyley, James William, Baptist minister, Pleasant Hill. 

1862, Pleasant Hill; s. J. R. Smyley, Sr., Jacksonville, and Mary Jane Foster; 



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b. Nov. 3, J844; Courier to Gen. J. E. Johnston, Army of Tenn., C. S. A.; Teacher 
in Calhoun Co., 1879-95; m- Sarah Sophronia Lobb, June 26, 1873. 

Stallworth, Nicholas, lawyer, Evergreen. 

1863, Evergreen; s. James Adams Stallworth and Harriett Emeline Crosby; 
b. Nov. 16, 1845; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1872-75; Solic, nth Jud. Circuit, 1876-80; 
State Senator, 1888-91; Solic, 2nd Jud. Circuit, 1892-98; m. Sarah Eugenia Hines, 
Evergreen, Oct. 24, 1864. 

Stallworth, Robert L., planter, Beatrice. 

1863, Evergreen; s. Joseph Jackson Stallworth and Ophelia Crosby; b. Sept. 
25, 1845; m. Susan Ophelia Stallworth, Pineville, Nov. 14, 1869. 

*Sterrett, Robert Henry, lawyer, Birmingham. 

1862, Shelby Co.; s. Judge A. A. Sterrett; b. April 23, 1846; LL. B., Cumber- 
land Univ.; Student, Univ., N. C, 1865-66; Student, Univ. of Va.; ist Lieut., Co. 
D, 62nd Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; State Senator, 1885-86; m. C. B. Cleveland, Selma, 
1878; d. Aug., 1890. 

Stoddard, J. T. 

1864, Marion; s. W. J. Stoddard; b. May 21, 1847. 

*Strong, B. P. 

1864, Aberdeen, Miss.; s. E. Strong; b. Aug. 31, 1848; d. 18 — . 

*Strong, Thomas H. 

1863, Aberdeen, Miss.; s. General E. Strong; b. Jan. 5, 1846; d. 18 — . 

Tait, James, 

1863, Mobile; s. James Tait; b. June 7, 1847. 

*Tankersley, John Francis, Livingston. 

1863, Livingston; s. George G. Tankersley, Livingston, and Sarah F. Jones; 
b. Nov. 26, 1846; Private, C. S. A.; d. in Mil. Service near Rome, Ga., in 1864 or '65. 

Thames, Joel Flanigan, cotton buyer, Greenville. 

1863, Greenville; s. Joseph G. Thames and Bethany Swinney; b. June 30, 
1847; Private, Co. A, Pelham Cadets; Merchant, 1870-72; Mayor, Greenville, 
1876-78; m. Susie Florence Dunklin, Greenville, 1869. 

Thompson, S. A. 

1862, Spring Mill; b. June 14, 1845. 

♦Thompson, Solomon Pembrooke, planter, Union Springs. 

1863, Union Springs; s. Moses Thompson and Matilda Roy; b. Sept. i, 1844; 
Private in Forrest's Cav., C. S. A.; d. Dec. 21, 1883. 

*Thornton, Harry Innes, planter, McAlpine. 

1862, Forkland; s. James Jones Thornton and Anne Amelia Smith; b. May 
i8, 1848; Private, 7th Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; m. Sallie Amelia Blocker, Forkland, June 
10, 1869; d. May 30, 1900. 



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Trimble, Edward Moses, merchant, Montgomery. 

1862, Wetumpka; s. Benjamin Trimble, Montgomery, and Frances Tenette 
Simms, Tuscaloosa; b. Aug. i8, 1847; Private, C. S. A.; m. Annie Burwell Grigg, 
Montgomery, 1869. 

Trimble, William Ross, operator, Tallassee. 

1862, Wetumpka; s. James Trimble, Wetumpka, and Clara A. Bigelow; b. 
Nov. 10, 1845; Private, C. S. A.; Book-keeper and Telegraph Operator; m. Addie 
Tommie Robertson, May 16, 1886. 

Vaughan, Algernon Sydney, planter, Demopolis. 

1862, Demopolis; s. Algernon Sydney Vaughan and Lucy Ann Jones; b. March 
19, 1843. 

*Vaughan, Henry White, planter, Summerfield. 

1863, Summerfield; s. Dr. Samuel Watkins Vaughan, Summerfield, and Martha 
Williams Turner; b. 1848; Private, 8th Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; d. Dec. 6, 1886. 

Wade, E. W. ' 

1863, Lexington, Miss.; b. Aug. 3, 1847. 

*Walkerj John James, planter, Berlin. 

1863, Benton; s. James B. Walker, Soaptone, and Mary Jones; b. Sept. 9, 
1846; Private, Bragg's Escort, Army Tenn., C. S. A.; m. Lillie Ruth Walker, Newton, 
Miss., Feb. 25, 1879; d. June 19, 1883. 

*Walthall, John, lawyer, San Antonio, Tex. 

1863, Marion; s. Leonidas Nye Walthall and Martha Elizabeth Brumskill; b. 
June 14, 1846; LL. B., 1868, Lebanon, Tenn.; Staff Officer of Gen. Humes, Gen. 
Wheeler's Division, C. S. A.; m. Fanny Elizabeth Pegues, Dallas Co., Oct. 18, 1871; 
d. Sept. II, 188 1. 

Walthall, Thomas Jones, San Antonio, Tex. 

1863, Marion; s. Leonidas Nye Walthall and Martha Elizabeth Brumskill; b. 
July 31, 1846; Commissary Dept., C. S. A.; Planter until he moved to San Antonio; 
m. Alice Lee Dubose, Greensboro, Dec. 10, 1882. 

W^ard, Benjamin, 

1862, Forkland; s. Edward Ward; b. Dec. 25, 1844. 

*Watkins, John P., planter. Burnt Corn. 

1862, Burnt Corn, Monroe Co.; s. Dr. John Watkins and Mary Hunter, (nee 
Howard); b. March 15, 1846; Private, C. Ci. A.; m. Susan Moore Cunningham, 
Camden, Dec. 15, 1874; d. July 11, 1897. 

*Weaver, R. B., , Tex. 

1863, Eutaw; s. R. Weaver; b. Aug. 4, 1848; d. 188 — . 

Webb, Lucius deYampert, physician and planter, Greensboro. 

1863, Greensboro; s. John Henry Young Webb and Julia de Yampert; b. June 
18, 1846; M. D., Univ. of N. Y.; m. Sarah Christian Brown, Newbern, Feb. 21, 1883. 

*Webb, William Thomas, physician, Calvert. 

1862, Greensboro; s. Dr. William Thomas Webb, Calvert, and Frances Moore 
Dickins; b. Oct. 24, 1843; M. D., Tulane; Private, C. S. A.; m. Elizabeth M. Ham- 
ilton, Prairie Lea, Tex., 1872; d. Aug. 5, 1878. 



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Webster, Felix Peter, cotton buyer, Dallas, Tex. 

1863, Pleasant Hill; s. Thomas J. Webster and Sarah Calloway; b. March 29, 
1846; Private, Bragg's Escort, C. S. A.; m. (i) Ada Virginia Butler, Pleasant Hill, 
Nov., 1869, (2) Mrs. Jamie Underwood, Pleasant Hill. 

Whatley, Martin Franklin, planter, Cottondale. 

1862, Alexandria; s. Seaborn J. Whatley and Mary Williams Crook; b. Sept. 
i6, 1845; ist Lieut., C. S. A.; m. (i) Julia Bower, 1875, (2) Janie Durrett, 1887. 

*Whetstone, David Lewis, merchant, Montgomery. 

1863, Autaugaville; s. William D. Whetstone and Ann Louisa Houser; b. Aug. 
15, 1848; m. Mary Ware, Montgomery, 1871; d. Nov., 1872. 

Whetstone, William David, merchant, Sylacauga. 

1863, Autaugaville; s. Lewis Meyers Whetstone, Autaugaville, and Sophia 
Murph; b. Jan. 4, 1843; Private, then Sgt., 6th Ala., C. S. A.; Teacher, 1879-90; 

Merchant, 1891 ; m. (i) Lucie Austin Rogers, Prattville, Oct. 4, 1864, (2) 

Blanchie McKenzie, Prattville, June 30, 1874. 

White, Thomas Rutherford, Poplarville, Miss. 

1864, Bladen Springs; s. James White and Nancey H. Rutherford; b. May 3, 
1847; Color Bearer, C. S. A.; m. Alice Julia Cocke, Bladen Springs, Aug. 20, 1867. 

Williams, D. L. 

1863, Greensboro; s. D. C. Williams; b. Nov. 15, 1845. 

*Williams, Irving, cotton buyer. New York. 

1862, Montgomery; s. Albert Williams, Montgomery, and Mary Clarke; b. 
March 18, 1843; d. Nov. 10, 1894. 

Wilson, Elbert Dudley, merchant, North Birmingham. 

1863, Elyton; s. William Lanore Wilson, Leeds, and Elizabetn Blackburn; b. 
Dec. 7, 184s; Courier for Gen. Roddy, C. S. A.; Local Preacher, M. E. Church South, 
since 1868; Tanner, Farmer, and now Merchant; m. Sarah Jane Huffman, Jonesboro, 
Jan. 14, 1868. 

Wren, W. V. 

1864, New Orleans; s. Capt. W. Wren; b. June 13, 1846. 

Young, Alexander Frank, planter, Sessumsville, Miss. 

1862, Columbus, Miss.; s. A. F. Young, Columbus, Miss., and Elizabeth L. 
Davis; b. July 4, 1846; 2nd Lieut, and Drill Master, C. S. A.; m. Emily M. Fox, 
Oktibbeha Co., Miss., Nov. 15, 1877. 

1865. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

*Bozeman, Jefferson Elisha, A. B., engineer, Spigner's. 

1862, Mulberry, Autauga Co.; s. Nathaniel Bozeman, Mulberry, and Susan 
Garrette; b. Dec. 20, 1844; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1872-73; City Engineer, Selma, 
1881-88; Surveyor, Dallas Co., 1881-97; Supt. of Building of Cotton Factory at 
Spigner's; m. Margaret Matilda Taylor, Statesville, Aug. 16, 1866; d. Sept. 22, 1897. 



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Comer, George Legare, A. B., lawyer, Eufaula. 

1863, Eufaula; s. John Fletcher Comer, Cowikee, and Catherine Lucinda 
Drewry; b. Jan. i, 1847; A. B., 1867, U. of Ga.; Mayor, Eufaula, 1882-94; m. Laura 
Virginia Thornton, Eufaula, June 2Z, 1870. 

*DuBrutz, Frederick Cutter Montgomery, A. B., lawyer, San 
Francisco, Cal. 

1 86 1, Pushmataha, Choctaw Co.; s. Joseph John Louis DuBrutz and Kitty Beck, 
of Norfolk, Eng. ; b. Sept. 24, 1845; m. Minner Vinzent, San Francisco, Cal.; d. 189 — . 

Gunter, Harris, A. B., lawyer, Montgomery. 

1862, Montgomery; s. Charles G. Gunter and Eliza Adams; b. April 2y, 1847. 

John, Samuel Williamson, A. B., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1862, Selma; s. Joseph R. John, Selma, and Rosa Jane Smith; b. June 29, 1845; 
Private, Co. F, 3rd Reg., Ala. Cav., C. S. A.; Col., 3rd Reg., Ala. State Troops, 
1885-88; Solic, Dallas Co., 1870-72; Rep., State Leg., from Dallas Co., 1882-87, from 
Jefferson co., 1894-95; Trustee, Girls' Industrial School, Montevallo; m. (i) Susie 
E. Woolsey, Selma, April, 1870, (2) Estelle Thornton Carson, Selma, July 15, 1874, 
(3) Rosa M. Clisby, Montgomery, June i, 1887. 

Pickens, Andrew Calhoun, A. B., insurance, Mobile. 

1861, Eutaw; s. Joseph Pickens, Eutaw, and Caroline Judith Henderson; b. 
May 19, 1846; Private, C. S. A.; Mayor of Eutaw, 1877; m. Ella Pollard, Eutaw, 
Nov. 12, 1878. 

*Ross, William Henry, Jr., A. B., physician, Pensacola, Fla. 

1862, Mobile; s. Dr. Francis Armstrong Ross, Mobile, and Helen Hunter; b. 
Jan. 16, 1847; m. Miss Perry, Pensacola, Fla.; d. 189 — . 

Snow, Edward Nicholas Cobbs, A. B., merchant, Tuscaloosa. 

1861, Tuscaloosa; s. Henry A. Snow and Abbie Hazzard; b. Oct. 16, 1845; 
Pres., Tuscaloosa Cotton Mills, 1892-94; Cashier, Merchants' Nat. Bank, 1887-88; 
m. Carrie T. McLester, Tuscaloosa, Nov. 12, 1872. 

1865. Graduates in Schools and Non-Gi-aduates 

*Alexander, Algernon Taylor, Greston, Ga. 

1864, Tuskegee; s. James Madison Alexander and Jane Sanders Harris; b. 
Oct. 25, 1848; d. July I, 1890. 

*Allen, Joseph Virginius, Montgomery. 

1863, Montgomery; s. Wade Allen and Eliza Sayre; b. June 18, 1847; Lieut., 
Ala. Reserves, C. S. A.; d. Aug. 11, 1865. 

*Askew, Warren Simonton, merchant, Atlanta, Ga. 

1864, Dayton; s. Hilliard J. Askew, Dayton, and Pauline N. Askew; b. Nov. 
26, 1847; m. Laura Earle Boardman, Jan., 1871, Greensboro; d. Nov. 22, 1895. 

Atkinson, John Henderson, planter, Pushmataha. 

1864, Pushmataha, Choctaw Co.; s. William H. Atkinson and Martha J. Haines; 
b. Jan. 29, 1848; m. (i) Ella G. Miller, Nov. 24, 1870, (2) Annie W. Hall, Nov. 28, 
1883. 



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Auld, Leonard, . . , Tex. 

1864, Wetumpka; s. John Auld; b. June 3, 1848; moved to Tex. in 1870 — not 
heard from since. 

*Avery, William Sidney, Greensboro. 

1864, Greensboro; s. David Avery, Greensboro, and Elizabeth Williams; b. 
July 8, 1847; d. Nov. 13, 1869. 



Baldrick, J. J. 

1864, Montgomery; s. T. R. Baldrick; b. July 20, 1848. 

Barrett, J. S. 

1864, Montgomery; b. Sept. 30, 1848. 

Beall, Alfred Battle, fruit grower, Myers, Fla. 

1863, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. Benjamin Bradley Beall and Elizabeth Bonner; b. 
Jan. 12, 1846; Member Lee Co., Fla., Board of Education; Tropical Fruit Grower; 
m. Rosa Wood, Tuscaloosa. 

*Beatty, William Gibbs, physician, Whistler. 

1864, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. William Henry Beatty and Rebecca Troy; b. Jan. 9, 
1849; M. D., Mobile; m. Mary Alice Cotton, Macon, Miss., 1874; d. Sept., 1889. 

*Bell, John W., planter, Warsaw. 

1864, Warsaw; s. B. B. Bell; b. July 24, 1848; d. 189 — . 

*Bellamy, George, 

1864, Montgomery; b. July 29, 1848; d. 188 — . 

Bibb, Benajah Smith, agent, Selma. 

1863, Montgomery; s. George R. Bibb, Montgomery, and Mary E. Lipscomb; 
b. Feb. 4, 1847; Real Estate and Insurance Agent; m. (i) Mary Ella Smith, Orr- 
ville, Feb. 16, 1874, (2) Helen Earle Robbins, Selma, Feb. 18, 1885. 

Bibb, Peyton, cotton factor, Montgomery. 

1863, Manack, Lowndes Co.; s. Richard Bibb, Hope Hull, and Elizabeth 
Spivey; b. Feb. 13, 1846; m. Isabel Tharpe, Hope Hull, Dec, 1870. 

*Blakey, Reuben Alexander, , Tex. 

1863, Chetts Station, Macon Co.; s. Dr. Boiling Anthony Blakey, Cross Keys, 
and Mary Anne Watson; b. Dec. 15, 1845; d. in Tex. 

Boling, Reuben Henry, cotton business, Mobile. 

1864, Lowndesboro; s. James Madison Boling, Hayneville, and Mary A. Saf- 
fold; b. July 6, 1847; Student, Univ. of Va., 1865-66; Clerk, Custom House, Mobile, 

1867-69; Supt., Cotton Exchange, Mobile, 1872 ; m. Nannie Carrington Imboden, 

Mobile, Nov. 24, 1885. 

Boroughs, Bryan, physician, Jackson. 

1863, Suggsville, Clarke Co.; s. Thomas Boroughs and Rebecca Morris; b. 
Dec. 14, 1847; M. D., Univ. of Louisville, 1869; Physician and Health Officer, Clarke 
Co.; m. Mary Elizabeth Dickinson, Grove Hill, Oct. 9, 1871. 

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Boyd, Walter David, planter, Camden. 

1863, Camden; s. William F. Boyd, Cahiden, and Eleanor M. Rogers; b. Dec. i6, 
184s; A. M., Erskine, 1868; Private, C. S. A.; Merchant, 1869-74; County Surveyor, 
1892 . 

Bozeman, W. Julius, planter, Statesville. 

1864, Burnsville; s. Nathaniel Bozeman, Mulberry, and Susan Garrett; b. 
Nov. 18, 1848; m. Nellie Garrett, Lowndes Co. 

Brady, Adhemar, orange grower, Titusville, Fla. 

1862, Summerfield; s. Jules Brady and Albine LeRoy; b. Dec. 26, 1842; 
Teacher in Gilroy, Calif., 1867-68, Demopolis, Ala., 1869-75, La Grange, Fla., 1878-84; 
Orange Grower, 1877-94; Author of "The Mathematics of Labor;" m. Eva G. Mims, 
La Grange, Fla., 1879. 

Brewer, John Campbell, physician, Lytton Springs, Tex. 

1864, Mt. Meigs, Macon Co.; s. Reuben H. Brewer, Mt. Meigs, and Mary 
Jeannette Crockett; b. Sept. 7, 1847; M. D., 1871, Georgia Med. Col.; m. Margaret 
Louise Cardwell, Lytton Springs, Tex., March i, 1877. 

Brown, J. S. 

1864, Prattville; s. Rev. J. W. Brown; b. March 16, 1847. 

*Burns, R. T., Selma. 

1864, Burnsville, Dallas Co.; s. J. H. Burns; b. Nov. 3, 1847; d. 189 — . 

Bynum, Oakley H., Jr., planter, Courtland. 

1864, Courtland; s. Col. O. H. Bynum; b. March 9, 1847. 

*Cade, William A., teacher, . Paducah, Ky. 

1863, Selma; s. Erwin Early Cade and Martha Ann Vaughan ; b. Feb. 17, 1847; 
LL. B., Cumberland Univ.; Private, C. S. A.; Lawyer and Planter; Teacher at 
Paducah, Ky., 1886-97; m- Mary Lander, Paducah, Ky., Dec. 19, 1871; d. Dec. 29, 1897. 

Calhoun, James Francis, planter, Carlowville. 

1863, Richrnond; s. Judge James M. Calhoun and Martha Pickens; b. May 17, 
1846; Mem., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1880-81; m. (i) Florence Olivia Lee, Carlowville, 
May, 1870, (2) Julia Emma Lee, Carlowville, Dec, 1879. 

*Carlisle, Benjamin McCuin, merchant and planter, Nettleton, 

Miss. \ ■ \. 

1864, Brundidge; s. Green W. Carlisle, Brundidge, and Mary E. Leverette; b. 

Dec. 20, 1845; Teacher in Pike Co. and Ark., 1888-98; m. , Ark.; 

d. Nov. I, 1899. 

Carlisle, Moses N., lawyer, Troy. 

1864, Brundidge; s. Green W. Carlisle and Mary E. Leverette; b. Dec. 20, 
184s; 3rd Lieut., Forrest's Escort, 1865; Clerk and Treas. of Troy; m. Ella B. 
Calloway, Newton, Oct., 1869. 

Carter, Jesse, ( 1864, Mobile) 

Chambers, James H., Scale. 

1864, Scale. 



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Chappell, Lamar, Memphis, Tenn. 

1863, Columbus, Ga.; s. Absolom H. Chappell, Columbus, Ga., and Loretto 
R. Lamar; Private, Cadet Corps, in Service at Blakely, Mobile and other places; 
Asst. Manager, The Southern Cotton Oil Co., Memphis, Tenn.; m. Marion J. Gonder, 
Desha Co., Ark., Dec, 1870. 

Chatham, Thomas Sumpter, planter, Ninety Six, S. C. 

1864, Ninety-Six, S. C; s. Thomas Chatham, Ninety-Six, S. C, and S. E. 
Griffin; b. Jan. 9, 1847; m. A- C. Cockrell, Eutaw, Dec. 22, 1869. 

Chilton, John McElderry, lawyer, Montgomery. 

1865, Montgomery; s. William P. Chilton, Montgomery, and Elvira Francis 
Morgan; Judge, City Court, Opelika, 1872-74; Judge, 3rd Jud. Circuit, Ala., 1886; 
m. Annie Unity Chilton, Opelika, Feb. 16, 1874. 

Clark, Thomas D. 

1863, Montgomery; b. Sept. 21, 1847. 

Cleveland, George Bowen, merchant, Mobile. 

1862, Mobile; s. George Cleveland, Mobile, and Mary Teasdale; b. July 29, 
1846; Teacher and Expert Accouptant for 25 years; m. (i) Sarah McCammon Hall, 
Mobile, Jan. 30, 1868, (2) Virginia C. Withers, Mobile, Aug. 23, 1890. 

Cobb, G. S., (1864) 

Cobb, W. P. 

1863, Montevallo; b. July 15, 1845. 

Cochrane, A. W., ( 1864) 

Cochrane, William Gilbert, lawyer, Tuscaloosa. 

1863, Tuscaloosa; s. William Cochrane, Tuscaloosa, and Sophia Sarah Louisa 
Perkins; b. March 29, 1848; Student, Washington and Lee Univ., 2 years; Rep., Gen. 
Assem., Ala., 2 years; Solic. and Probate Judge, Tuscaloosa Co.; Mayor, Tuscaloosa, 
1900-02; m. Lily Taylor, Tuscaloosa, Aug. 12, 1872. 

♦Coleman, Charles, druggist, Eutaw. 

1863, Eutaw; s. James C. Coleman and Julia Bestor; b. Oct. 3, 1845; Treas., 
Greene Co., 12 years; m. Laura Pollard, Eutaw, Oct., 1869; d. Sept., 1888. 

♦Coleman, George K., Sherman. 

1864, Washington Co. 

Comer, Braxton Bragg, planter and manufacturer, Birmingham. 

1864, Cowikee; s. John Fletcher Comer, Barbour Co., and Catherine Drewry; 
A. M., Emory and Henry, 1869; Member, Commissioner's Court, Barbour Co., 
1874-80; m. Eva J. Harris, Cuthbert, Ga., Oct. i, 1872. 

♦Conner, James, Jr., merchant, Bladen Springs. 

1863, Bladen Springs; s. James Conner, Bladen Springs, and Barbara Wooten; 
b.. May s. 1846; d. Nov. 14, 1888. 

♦Cook, Frank, planter and merchant. Rock West. 

1864, Camden; s. Daniel Cook, and Caroline McMillan; m. Mary Ann McCown, 
Darlington, S. C, Aug. 30, 1882; d. Dec. 25, 1898. 



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Copeland, John Cannon, lawyer, Headland. 

1864, Eufaula; s. John M. Copeland and Caroline Elizabeth Cannon; m. Car- 
rie Burton, Valdosta, Ga. 

Copeland, William Preston, physician, Eufaula. 

1863, Eufaula; s. John Nelson Copeland, Eufaula, and Caroline Elizabeth 
Cannon; b. Sept. i, 1845; M. D., 1870, Bellevue Hospital Med. Col.; Pres., Barbour 
Co. Board of Health; Private, C. S. A.; m. Mary Fountaine Flewellen, Eufaula, 
April 16, 1872. 

Cowan, James Gillespie, accountant, Montgomery. 

1863, Union Springs; s. Dr. S. C. Cowan and Mary Jane Larkins; b. Nov. zt, 
1846; Prin., Aberfoil Acad., 1869; Sheriff, Bullock Co., 1870-74; Editor, Bullock Co. 
Guide, 1874-78; Commercial Traveler, 1879-97; Asst. Exam. Public Accounts, Ala., 
1897-1901; m. Mary E. Caldwell, Union Springs, July 26, 1870. 

Cox., William H., planter. Three Notch. 

1863, Enon; s. William Cox; b. Jan. 20, 1846. 

Craig, George Henry, lawyer, Selma. 

1863, Selma; s. James D. Craig, San Francisco, Cal., and Elvira S. Berry; b. 
Dec. 25, 184s; Lieut., C. S. A.; Sheriff, Dallas Co., 1869-72; Judge, Criminal Court; 
Judge, Circuit Court; Member of Congress; U. S. Dist. Att'y; m. Alvina White, 
Selma, 1867. 

*Craighead, David, editor, Kaufman, Tex. 

1863, Dayton; s. James B. Craighead and Jane Preston; b. Oct. 22, 1847,- 
Editor of Terrell Times; m. Alice Barnes, Kaufman, Tex., Feb. 23, 1881; d. Dec. 
26, 1889. 

Crawford, Reese, Columbus, Ga. 

1864, Columbus, Ga.; s. Martin J. Crawford; b. Oct. 29, 1846. 

Crawford, William Bones, book-keeper, Cleburne, Tex. 

1863, Mobile; s. William Bones Crawford and Sarah Ann Gayle; b. Oct. 19, 
1847; Private, Forrest's Cav., C. S. A. 

*Crook, William Eugene, physician. Snow Hill. 

1864, Allenton; s. James Alexander Crook, Allenton, and Sarah Adalade 
Stover; b. June 10, 1849; M. D., 1868, Tulane; m. Rebecca Aurelia Skinner, Acker- 
ville, April 21, 1870; d. at Mobile, Dec. 22, 1880. 

Davis, C. H., planter, , Tex. 

1863, Oak Bowery, Chambers Co.; s. J. S. N. Davis; b. Aug. 27, 1846. 

Dawson, T. C, ( 1864) 

*Deloffre, Auguste, physician, U. S. Army. 

1862, Tuscaloosa; s. Prof. Andre Deloffre; M. D., College unknown; appointed 
1st Lieut., Asst. Surgeon, U. S. A., Nov. lo, 1874; Capt. and Asst. Surgeon, June i, 
1892; retired from Active Service as Major June 8, 1899; d. at Fort Sam Houston, 
Tex., Sept. 4, 1899. 

Delony, Fox, planter, Tuscumbia. 

1864, Leighton; s. Dr. Edward B. Delony, Leighton, and Nancy E. Smith; 
Tax Assessor, Colbert Co., 1884-88; Probate Judge, 1892-1904; m. Katie J. Jarman, 
Leighton, Nov. 22, 187 1. 



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Dennis, Richard M., travelling salesman, Montgomery, 

1863, Orion; s. M. M. Dennis, Montgomery, and Mary McLure; b. Aug. 13, 
1846; m. Juliett R. Redmond, Louisville, Ky., 1883. 

Dew, Sidney Adolphus, teacher, Greensboro. 

1864, Greensboro; s. Jonathan Dew and Charlotte Avery; m. Eugenia C. Glass, 
Noxubee Co., Miss., Feb. 5, 1873. 

Dickson, Jesse Hamilton, merchant, Wharton, Tex. 

1864, Pine Level; s. David Madison Dickson, Pine Level, and Mary Ann Goss; 
m. (i) Martha Townsend, Pine Level, 1870, (2) Henrietta Townsend, Pine Level, 
1877, (3) Annie Evans, Pine Level, 1885. 

Dortch, Walter Ross, A. M., '85, lawyer, Gadsden. 

1863; s. Isaac F. Dortch and Mary Ross; b. Sept. 28, 1847; Student, U. of N. 
C, 1865-66; LL. B., Lebanon, Tenn.; m. Minnie Woodward. 

Dowdell, James Render, lawyer, Montgomery, 

1864, Auburn; s. James F. Dowdell and Sarah H. Render; b. April 2, 1847; 
Circuit Solicitor, 1876-80; Circuit Judge, 1888-92; Chancellor, 1896-98; Associate 

Justice, Supreme Court, 1898 ; m. (i) Rosie Tuener, Lafayette, Sept. 6, 1871, 

(2) Ella Ware, Lafayette, Dec. 12, 1878. 

*DuBrutz, Anthony Beck, lawyer, San Jose, Gal. 

1863, Pushmataha, Choctaw Co.; s. Dr. Joseph John Louis DuBrutz, Demop- 
olis, and Kitty Beck; State Senator, Calif., 2 terms; m. Sarah Roach, Pushmataha; 
d. 189—. 

*Dumas, Zachariah Benjamin, merchant, Clifton. 

1864, Clifton, Wilcox co. ; s. Joel Dumas and Mary Lucy Dumas; b. March 28, 
1844; Private, C. S. A.; m. Helen Paine, Mobile; d. 1873. 

Dunklin, C. P., (1864) 

*Eatman, William Henderson, planter, Clinton. 

1864, Clinton; s. Thomas Eatman and Mary Harrison; b. May 14, 1847; ™. 
Laura Horton, Pleasant Ridge, Feb. 23, 1870; d. Jan. 3, 1887. 

Eddins, Samuel Walker, Jr., planter, Cooper, Tex, 

1864, Tuscaloosa; s. Samuel Walker Eddins, Sr., Wheatley, Ark., and Sarah 
A. Shivers; b. April 10, 1846; Private in Cadet Co., C. S. A. 

Emanuel, Edward C, New Orleans, La. 

1863, Mobile; s. Jonathan Emanuel and Isabella King; b. Sept. 12, 1847; m. 
, 1894. 



English, J. K., (1864) 

Evans, Robert H. 

1862, Greenville; s. Uriah Evans; b. Jan. 14, 1846. 

*Evans, Rufus H., Greenville. 

1863, Greenville; d. 18 — . 



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*Fannin, Edward Hargrove, Tuskegee. 

1864, Tuskegee; s. Judge Augustus B. Fannin, Tuskegee, and Har- 
grove; d. , 188 — . 

Farnham, George Robert, A. M., '83, lawyer, Evergreen. 

1862, Belleville; s. John H. Farnham, Belleville, and Nancy Crosby; b. Jan. 
23, 1846; Private, Co. D, 5th Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; Clerk, Ct. Court, Conecuh Co., 
1868-70; State Senator, 17th Dist., 1880-84; ™- Maria Cunningham, Burnt Corn, 
Oct. 24, 1866. 

*Field, Thomas Leslie, Grenada, Miss. 

1864, Okolona, Miss.; s. Charles Grandison Field, Okolona, Miss., and Catherime 
Thomas Read; b. July 24, 1848; Private, C. S. A.; d. Aug. 18, 1878. 

Finch, E. W., Chicago. 

1864, Mobile. 

\ 

Finley, William Thomas, Atlanta, Ga. 

1864, Montgomery. 

*Fiquet, William Foster, merchant, Tuscaloosa. 

1864, Tuscaloosa; s. Charles Jerome Fiquet and Mary Anna Foster; d. Oct., 1867. 

*Flinn, Daniel, planter, Hope Hull. 

1863, Montgomery; s. Bunberry Flinn and Orensa Anderson; b. Jan. 14, 1847; 
m. Lucy Davis, Snowdoun; d. Oct. 25, 1894. 

*Flinn, William Reeves, planter and merchant, Hope Hull. 

1862, Montgomery; s. Bunberry Flinn and Orensa Anderson; b. March 24, 
184s; m. Effie Jones, Montgomery Co.; d. Nov. 4, 1892. 

Ford, Oscar W., , Tex. 

1864, Indian Creek. 

*Forwood, Robert Morriss, clerk, Gosport. 

1864, Gosport, Clarke Co.; s. Samuel Forwood and Martha Jane Morriss; b. 
Jan. 30, 1846; Clerk on Steamer Nyanza, Alabama River; d. Oct. 8, 1865. 

Foster, Lovelace Savidge, minister, Jackson, Miss. 

1864, Starkville, Miss.; s. Arthur Foster and Elizabeth Amelia Foster; b. Dec. 
18, 1847; Th. B., So. Bap. Th. Sem., 1875; Pastor of Baptist Churches at different 
times, Camden, S. C, Okolona, Louisville, Rodney, Carrollton, Senatobia and Pela- 
hatchie, Miss., 1875-97; Prin., Starkville Male Acad., 1877-78; Associate Editor 
Western Recorder, 1880-81, and Baptist Record, 1886; Author of "Miss. Baptist 
Preachers," "From Error's Chains," "History of Columbus Association," "History of 

Louisville Association;" Supt., Baptist Orphans' Home, Jackson, Miss., 1897 ; m. 

(i) Mary Frances Merrick, Greenville, S. C, May 22, 1870, (2) Mrs. Katie G. Raines 
(.nee Gidden), Aug. 15, 1880, Lee Co., Miss. 

*Frazer, Hamlin Bass, salesman, Union Springs. 

1864, Union Springs; s. Thomas G. Frazer, Dale Co., and Martha Bass; b. Oct. 
>ii, 1847; Private, C. S. A.; Dealer in Sewing Machines; m. Emma Johnson, Brun- 
didge, Jan., 1866; d. July 4, 1880. 



1865] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 199 

Gachet, James, teacher, Prescott, Ark. 

1865, Enon; s. Nicholas Gachet, Tuskegee, and Janie Jones; Prin., School, 
Mineral Springs, Ark., 1889 or '90, 

Garrett, B. F., (1864) 

*Garrow, Stephen Elliot, merchant. Mobile. 

1862, Mobile; b. Nov. 9, 1847; d. 1873 with yellow fever. 

Gibbs, George Stanley, minister, Cleburne, Tex. 

1862, Tuscaloosa; s. Maj. John Tracy Gibbs, Lexington, Va., and Mary Har- 
riett; b. May 3, 1848; Druggist, 1866-71; Student Theolog. Sem., Alexandria, 1871-76; 
Rector at Abingdon, Va., 1879-81, Hot Springs, Ark., 1882-83; Missionary, Monterey, 
Mex., 1884-85; Rector, San Antonio, 1885-87, Grace Church, Galveston, 1887, St. 

Paul's, Gainesville, 1889-91, Sherman, 1891-97, Cleburne, Tex., 1897 ; m. Mrs. 

Sarah Frances Noland (nee Morse), Hot Springs, Ark., Jan. 10, 1883. 

Gibson, Robert Gratton, planter, McShan. 

1864, Columbus, Miss.; s. Guilford Gibson, Columbus, Miss.,' and Susan 
; b. June 16, 1846; m. Josephine Locke, Mayhew, Miss., Nov. 10, 1868. 



*Gilmer, Frank Merriwether, Montgomery. 

1864, Montgomery; s. Frank Merriweather Gilmer and Sarah E. Taylor; b. 
July 12, 1846; d. July, 1865. 

Gilmer, John Francis, Florala. 

1864, Montgomery; s. William B. Gilmer, Fort Deposit, and Lucy Early Gilmer. 

*Glascock, John Henry, druggist, Garland. 

1864, Tuscaloosa; s. John Glascock, Tuscaloosa, and Annie I. McGehee; d. 
Jan. 21, 1886. 

*Goldsby, Thornton Boykin, planter, Dallas Co. 

1864, Marion; s. George W. Goldsby and Catherine Harrell; b. Oct. 25, 1848; 
Druggist, then Planter; d. May, 1876. 

Goodwin, Fitz Julius, book-keeper, Blocton. 

1864, Selma; s. A. M. Goodwin, Selma, and Rebecca S. Goodwin; m. Marie 
Stille, New Orleans, Nov. 6, 1884. 

Hall, Hines Holt, planter, Coosada. 

1864, Montgomery; s. Boiling Hall, Coosada, and Mary Louisa Crenshaw; b. 
Aug. 6, 1847; Lawyer, 1879-84, in Montgomery; m. Mary Louisa Crenshaw, Palmyra, 
Nov. 16, 1886. 

*Hardaway, James Jarratt, physician, Macon, Ga. 

1864, Columbus, Ga. ; s. Maj. R. S. Hardaway, Columbus, Ga., and Martha 
Bibb Jarratt; b. June 30, 1848; M. D., Univ. of N. Y.; d. Dec. 20, 1877. 

♦Harris, Barton Dawson, planter, Montgomery. 

1862, Montgomery; s. John G. Harris, Montgomery, and Mary Stone; b. March 
24, 1846; d. in Auburn, Ala., Nov. i, 1871. 

Harris, Joseph Archibald, teacher and author, Robinson Springs. 

1863, Mt. Willing; s. Buckner Harris, Robinson Springs, and Sarah McKeithen; 
b. July 9, 1847; m. India Crenshaw, Lowndes Co., May is, 1872. 



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Harris, Norfleet, laM^yer and planter, Laneville. 

i86i, Tuscaloosa; s. R. N. Harris, Tuscaloosa, and Amanda Banks; b. Dec. 5, 
1848; B. L., Univ. of Va., 1869; Rep., Gen. Assam., Ala., 1882-83; State Senator, 
1890-93; U. S. Consul, Leeds, Eng., 1893-98; m. Bettie Cooper Blocker, Forkland, 
Oct., 1871. 

Hatch, Needham Whitfield, agent, Aberdeen, Miss. 

1864, Aberdeen, Miss.; s. B. L. Hatch and Amelia Whitfield; b. Nov. 13, 1848; 
Rep., Gen. Assem., Miss. Leg., 1877-78; Treas., Monroe Co., Miss., 1900-04; Express 
Agent; m. Lizzie Cooper, Jackson, Miss., June 6, 1883. 

Haynes, Charles Henry, planter, Union Springs. 

1863, Union Springs; s. Henry Slaton Haynes and Martha Ann Gresham; b. 
Feb. 26, 1847; m. Emma Whitaker Boykin, Dec. 5, 1878. 

Hays, James Benham, druggist, Tuscaloosa. 

1863, Tuscaloosa; s. William Henry Hays and Elizabeth Jenkins; b. Sept. 27, 
1845; m. (1) Mary Jane Hemphill, Tuscaloosa, Nov. 15, 1871, (2) Susan Anna Dalton, 
Aberdeen, Miss., Feb. 4, 1880. 

Henderson, Charles D. 

1864, Tuskegee. 

Henry, Robert Filmore, planter, Palm. 

1863, Columbus, Miss.; s. James Henry, Columbus, Miss., and Emily Ann 
Sampson; b. Dec. 2, 1847; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1898-00; m. Kate Morriss, Pulaski, 
Tenn. 

*Herron, Henry Dinning, Montgomery. 

1864, Montgomery; s. John B. Herron and Sarah Parker; Cashier of Farley Nat. 
Bank; retired from active business; d. Oct. 17, 1901. 

Hewlett, D. H. 

1864, Carrollton; s. Col. W. A. Hewlett; b. March 3, 1847. 

Hibbler, James, commercial traveller, West Point, Miss. 

1864, Warsaw; s. William H. Hibbler, Warsaw; and Frances Adalaide Green; 
Private, C. S. A.; Formerly Planter and Merchant; m. Mary Susan Styles, Artesia, 
Miss. 

*High, William H., Forkland. 

1863, Forkland; s. W. H. High and Herndon; b. Jan. 10, 1846; 

d. 188—. 

Hill, G. A., physician, Sylacauga. 

1863, Fayetteville; s. George Hill; b. March 9, 1849; M. D., College unknown. 

Hill, Samuel Henry, physician, Carrollton. 

1864, Carrollton; s. S. F. Hill and Sarah J. Hoggs; M. D., Louisville Univ., Ky., 
1870; m. Virginia Kerr, Sumter Co., Jan. 10, 1873. 

*Hogan, Charles A., Montgomery. 

1864, Montgomery; d. about 1867. 



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Horn, John H. 

1864, Coatopa, Sumter Co. 

Horton, Amos, planter and merchant, Pleasant Ridge. 

1864, Pleasant Ridge; s. William Horton, Pleasant Ridge, and Marcia Ford; 
b. Sept. 16, 1867; State Senator, 1898-1902; m. Sarah Elizabeth Richardson, 1871, 
Clinton. 

*Hough, Joseph Patilla, insurance, Union Springs. 

1863, Mt. Hilliard; s. John Hough, Mt. Hilliard, and Sallie Youngblood; b. 
Sept. 6, 1845; >n- Jennie Bell, Montgomery; d. at Tuscaloosa, Aug. 8, 1883. 

Houghton, Oscar Ready, book publisher. Riverside, Conn. 

1864, Wetumpka; s. Albert Gallatin Houghton, Brooklyn, N. Y., and Harriet 
Chafa Olis; b. June 19, 1846; A. B., 1869, A. M., 1871 ; m. Eleanor Ann Mor- 
ton, New York, May 10, 1886. 

♦Howard, Henry Slatter, physician, Montgomery. 

1864, Cross Keys; s. William John Howard, Montgomery, and Ann Flewellen 
Billingslea; M. D., Baltimore Med. Col., 1867; d. at Chattanooga, Tenn., Aug. 26, 
1868. 

*Hubbard, Charles Robert, lawyer, Montgomery. 

1863, Montgomery; s. Samuel Dana Hubbard and Frances W. Russell; b. Nov. 
24, 1845; Private, C. S. A.; Clerk, Circuit Court, Montgomery Co., 1867-68, removed 
by Reconstruction Act, 1868; d. Sept. 26, 1873. 

Humphreys, John K., Pensacola, Fla. 

1864, Columbus, Ga. 

*Hunley, Ransom Gayle, broker, Birmingham. 

1864, Harpersville; s. Richard Ryland Hunley, Talladega, and Martha S. John- 
ston; b. May 22, 1848; m. Sallie Porter, Birmingham; d. April 10, 1881. 

Hutchins, H. W., ( 1864) 

Hutchinson, William Peter, broker. Mobile. 

1863, Mobile; s. Peter Hutchinson and Mary Craig Miller; b. April 14, 1847; 
Merchandise Broker and Manufacturer's Agent; m. Tracie E. Magruder, Tuskegee, 
Nov. I, 1873. 

Hutton, Aurelius Winfield, lawyer, Los Angeles, Cal. 

1863, Gainesville; s. Dr. Aquilla Davis Hutton, Hopewell, Greene Co., and 
Elizabeth Hannah Tutt; b. July 23, 1847; B. L., Univ. of Va., 1868; City Att'y, 
Los Angeles, 1872-76; Judge, Superior Court, Los Angeles, 1887-88; U. S. Att'y, 
pro tew., So. Dist. of Calif., 1889-90; m. Kate Irene Travis, Los Angeles, Feb. 24, 1874. 

*Hutton, Emmett Calhoun, lawyer, Gainesville. 

1864, Gainesville; s. Dr. Aquilla Davis Hutton, Hopewell, Greene Co., and 
Elizabeth Hannah Tutt; Teacher at Gainesville, 1876-79; m. Florence Montgomery 
Fulton, Preston, Ala., June 6, 1871; d. 1888. 

*Jenkins, Samuel Calhoun, planter, Camden. 

1863, Camden; s. Rev. John Jenkins, Allenton, and Martha McMillan,, Con- 
ecuh Co.; b. May 30, 1846; d. 1867. 



202 Record of Students [1865 

John, Joseph Francis, minister, Jacksonville, 111. 

1864, Selma; s. Joseph R. John, Selma, and Jane Smith; b. Dec, 1849; Priest, 
Episcopal Church; m. Sarah M. Davis, Marion, Dec, 1872. 

Jones, Comer Bonaparte, planter, Coffeeville. 

1864, Dixon's Mills, Marengo Co.; s. Green E. Jones, Dixon's Mills, and Mary 
A. Vernon; m. (i) Catherine Louise May, (2) Jessie Earl Webb, (3) Nannie Dell 
Aldridge. 

Jones, G. B. ( 1864) 

Jones, George Amos, merchant. Mobile. 

1863, Camden; s. Amos Jones; b. Feb. 25, 1847; Student Univ. of N. C, 1866-67; 
Wholesale Dealer in Cigars and Tobacco; m. Hattie Bramard Jones, Mobile, Jan., 1876. 

Jones, James Beverly, merchant, Selma. 

1864, Marion; s. Robert T. Jones, Marion, and Indiana May Seawell. 

Jones, James Savage, insurance, Taylor, Tex. 

1864, Gainestown, Clarke Co.; s. Charles Jones, Suggsville, and Martha B. Sav- 
age; Real Estate, Loans and Insurance; m. Dorliska B. Lambard, Gainestown, Jan. 
5, 1876. 

Jones, John W., planter, Pontotoc, Tex. 

1863, Suggsville; s. Dr. John B. Jones; b. Nov. i^, 1845; m. MoUie Wilson, 
Suggsville. 

*Joseph, William Finley, real estate, Montgomery. 

1864, Montgomery; s. Thomas Joseph and Sarah A. Riley; Mercantile and Mill- 
ing, Montgomery, Nashville and St. Louis, later Real Estate and R. R. interests in 
Montgomery; m. Mary Ellen Saffold, Montgomery, April 20, 1869; d. April 20, 1897. 

Judkins, Lawrence D., planter, Mt. Meigs. 

1863, Cross Keys; s. John C. Judkins, Cross Keys, and Eliza Jane Young; b. 
July 20, 1846; m. Mollie B. Williams, Mt. Meigs, July 20, 1871. 

Keene, Taylor, planter, Tuscaloosa. 

1864, Tuscaloosa; s. Oliver Keene, Tuscaloosa, and Anne Dudley Garrett; b. 
May 23, 1846; m. Alice Lewis, Caldwell, Texas, Dec. 13, 1877. 

*Keeton, Thaddeus F., , Tex. 

1864; Moved to Texas; d. 188 — . 

Kendrick, Aaron Tomlin, book-keeper, Swansea. 

1864, Spring Hill, Barbour Co.; s. Aaron Tomlin Kendrick, Luverne, and Eleanor 
Nesbitt; b. July 21, 1848; m. (i) Almira Mary Dunklin, Greenville, (2) May B. Camp- 
bell, Auburn, (3) Willie P. White, Montgomery. 

Kendrick, James Evans, physician, Luverne. 

1863, Hurtsboro; s. Aaron T. Kendrick, Luverne, and Eleanor Nesbitt; b. Dec. 
18, 1846; M. D., Mobile, 1869; Pres. Board of Censors, Ala. Med. Association, 1883-95; 
m. Fannie Riley, Leon, Crenshaw Co., March 3, 1868. 

King, William Moses, planter, Greensboro. 

1864, Midway, Bullock Co.; s. Harvey King, Midway, and Sarah Alabama Butt; 
m. Marietta King, Mobile, June 19, 1890. 



1865] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 203 

Labuzan, George M., lawyer, Mobile. 

1863, Mobile; s. C. R. Labuzan; b. August i6, 1847. 

Lacy, Frank H., New Orleans, La. 

1864, Montgomery. 

Lampley, Harmon, planter and merchant, Eufaula. 

1863, Eufaula; s. John M. Lampley, Eufaula, and Milly P. Warren; b. July 26, 
1849; m. Islay G. Reeves, Eufaula, Feb. 24, 1887. 

Lane, Alexander Oscar, lawyer, Birmingham. 

1863, Clayton; s. Alexander Lane, Eufaula, and Mary E. Phillips; b. Oct. 29, 
1848; Mayor of Birmingham four terms; m. Minnie Terry, Birmingham, May 6, 1875. 

Lapsley, John Byrd, salesman, Atlanta, Ga. 

1862, Selma; LI. S. storekeeper and gauger; m. Martha Holt Butler, Jeffersonville, 
Ind., Dec. 21, 1881. 

Lett, H. H., (1864) 

Littlepage, James Epps, planter, Pushmataha. 

1864, Pushmataha; s. Robert Littlepage and Mary Ann Graham; m. Emma Ken- 
non McCall, De Sotoville, Dec. 20, 1883. 

Lowman, G. F., ( 1864) 

Lowry, T. S., ( 1864) 

Mallory, Hugh Shepherd Darby, lawyer, Selma. 

1864, Alpine; s. James Mallory, Alpine, and Ann Maria Darby; b. Feb. 6, 1848; 
B. L., Univ. of Va., 1868; Mayor, Selma, 1885-87; Pres. Ala. Baptist State Convention, 
1899 — ; m. Jacqueline Louisa Moore, Oct. 15, 1872. 

*Malloy, James, physician, Midway. 

1864, Midway; s. Duncan Malloy; M. D., Univ. of N. Y. ; d. at Knoxville, Tenn., 
1872. 

Manning, James, 

1864, Montgomery; s. W. Manning; b. March 31, 1847. 

*Marshall, Benjamin Franklin, Mobile. 

1862, Mobile; s. Benjamin Franklin Marshall, Mobile, and Caroline Howard, of 
Columbus, Ga. ; Student, Univ. of Va., studied medicine under Dr. Gilmore, Mobile; 
Member firm B. F. Marshall & Sons; Author of Mathematical work, "Vade Mecum;" 
d. Feb. 20, 1878. 

Marshall, James A., 

1864, Columbus, Ga. 



*May, William J., planter and merchant, Troy. 

1864, Troy; s. Willian 
?ike Co., 1880-84; d. about 

May, W. R., (1864) 



1864, Troy; s. William L. May, China Grove, and Martha Dennis; Depy. Sheriff, 
Pike Co., 1880-84; d. about 1891. 



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McClung, Arthur H., lawyer, Carrollton. 

1864, Huntsville; Regent Univ. of Ala.; m. Mary Lee, Pickens Co. 

McGehee, Dabney Oswell, physician, Knoxville. 

1864, Greene Co.; s. Zachery McGehee, Knoxville, and Elizabeth Colvin; M. D., 
Mobile, 1873. 

McKeithen, Alexander, civil engineer, Anniston. 

1864, Robinson Springs; s. Alexander McKeithen, Sr., and Elizabeth Scott, (,nee 
Smith.) 

McKenney, C. L., (1864) 

*McL.emore, Moses Joseph, planter, Hearn, Tex. 

1863, Mt. Meigs; s. Pleasant W. McLemore, Mt. Meigs, and Martha Green; 
b. Nov. 12, 1846; m. Hattie Carter, Mt. Meigs; d. at Greenville, Ala., 1885 or 1886. 

McLeod, Sidney, planter, Orion. 

1863, Orion; s. Norman McLeod; b. July 7, 1846. 

*McLester, Joseph, banker and merchant, Birmingham. 

1865, Northport; s. James A. McLester, Northport, and Jane Simonton; A. B., 
Washington and Lee, 1869; m. Nannie Somerville, Carrollton, Miss., Nov. 10, 1875; 
d. April 25, 1895. 

*McMath, William Malchijah, lawyer, Columbiana. 

1863, Monlevallo; s. John D. McMath, Montevallo, and Martha A Thomas; b. 
Feb. 17, 1848; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1876-77; m. Brasilia B. Meroney, Montevallo, 
Dec. 2, 1870; d. Nov. s, 187S. 



*McMillan, J. D., teacher and planter, 

1863, Wilcox Co.; b. March 2, 1846; d. 1886. 

McQueen, John Pleasant, planter, Montgomery. 

1863, Lowndesboro; s. John D. McQueen, Jr., Lowndesboro, and Martha Mc- 
Lemore; b. Oct. 7, 1846; m. Mary Lula Harris, Montgomery Co., May 23, 1877. 

Meriwether, Thomas George, accountant, Montgomery. 

1864, Montgomery; s. William L. Meriwether and Tabitha F. Baldwin; b. 
Sept. 28, 1846; m. Edna Turner Pierce, Marshall, Tex. 

Michael, R. M., ( 1864) 

Micou, Richard Wilde, minister. Theological Sem., Va. 

1864, Montgomery; s. William C. Micou, New Orleans, La., and Anna D. 
Thompson; A. M., 1892, Trinity Col., Conn., D. D., 1894, Kenyon Col., Ohio; Private, 
C. S. A., 1864; Rector of Episcopal churches in La., Penn. and Conn., 1870-92; Prof, 
of Systematic Divinity in Divinity School, 1892-98; Prof, of Systematic Divinity in 
Va. Theolog. Sem., Alexandria, Va., 1898 — ; m. Mary Dunnica, New Orleans, La., 
May, 1872. 

Miller, Joseph Neely, lawyer, Camden. 

1864, Allenton; s. Rev. John Miller, D. D., and Sarah Pressby; b. July 14, 
1849; A. B., Erskine, 1869, A. M., 1877; U. S. District Atty. for So. Dist. of Ala., 
1893-97; Member Constitu. Conven., 1901; m. (i) Minnie Lee Bonner, Wilcox Co., 
Sept. 6, 1877, (2) Lina Tucker, Mobile, July 28, 1898. 



1865] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 205 

Miller, William Haven, officer, U. S. Army. 

1864, Tuscaloosa; s. William Miller, Tuscaloosa, and Olivia A. Bingham; fa- 
Jan. 31, 1849; Graduate U. S. M. A., West Point, N. Y., 1872; now, 1901, Major and 
Quartermaster, U. S. Army; m. Anna Abbott, Walla Walla, Washington, Nov. 20, 
1885. 

Mitchell, Charles, ( 1864) 



Moft'ett, Henry P. 

1863, Columbus, Ga.; s. Henry Moffett; b. Aug. i8, 1846. 

Montgomery, Jesse Shivers, physician, Starkville, Miss. 

1863, Starkville, Miss.; s. Charles P. Montgomery, Starkville, and Caroline Briley 
Shivers, b. Nov. 27, 1846; A. B., i868, Univ. of Miss., M. D., 1873, Col. of P. & S. 
N. Y. ; Rep., Gen. Assem., Miss., 1878-86; Health officer, 1893-97; ni. Joanna Bard- 
well, Starkville, Miss., Nov. 11, 1869. 

Moore, Ernest, planter and merchant, Belmont. 

1864, Dixon's Mills, Marengo Co.; s. Cornelius Moore, Te.xas, and Margaret 
McCree. 

Murfee, Edward Hunter, A. M., '84, educator, Asheville, N. C. 

1862, Boykin, Va. ; s. James Wiles Murfee, Green Springs, and Margaret Ann Par- 
ker; b. Sept. 18, 1845; LL. D., Wake Forest Col., N. C, and Bethel Col., Ky., 1887; Prin. 
School, Demopolis, 1867-69; Commandant Cadets, U. of Ala., 1871-72; Prof, of English, 
Union Univ., Murfreesboro, Tenn., 1872-73; Supt, Miss. Mil. Inst., 1873-85; Prof, 
of Math., Ark. Univ., 1885-87; Pres. Ark. Univ., 1887-94, A. C. F. Col., Tuscaloosa, 
1894-1900; Greenville, S. C, Female Col., 1900-01, Asheville Sem., 1901 — ; m. Adella 
Otis Manning, West Point, Miss. 



Nance, T. H., (1864) 



*Nash, Charles H., merchant, San Antonio. 

1864, New Orleans, La.; In business in New Orleans, health failed, moved to 
Tex.; d. about 1889. 

*Neilson, Robert Hall, Tuscaloosa. 

1863, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. John Hall Neilson, Tuscaloosa, and Mary Jane Har- 
grove; b. June 16, 1846; Private in Miss. Cav. Co., C. S. A.; m. Mattie C. House, 
Florence; d. June 18, 1888. 

Neilson, Warren, merchant, Sherman. 

1864, Tuscaloosa; s. Robert Neilson, Tuscaloosa, and Charlotte Warren; b. Dec. 
21, 1847; I". Fannie Rogers, Sumter Co., Feb. 26, 1874. 

Noble, John Edward, physician, Fannin, Miss. 

1864, Sylvarena, Miss.; s. Dr. E. Noble, Smith Co., Miss., and M. A. L. Gam- 
mage; M. D., Jefferson Med. Col., 1887; Physician, Merchant and Planter; m. Florence 
R. Bender, Paulding, Miss., Nov. 15, 1871. 

Odom, J. B., (1864) 



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Orr, Robert W. 

1863, On-ville; s. James F. Orr; b. May 4, 1846. 

Owen, J. W. R., (1864) 

Pack, James F. 

1864, Maiion; s. James T. Pack, Spratts, and Rachel ; Clerk in P. O. 

and office of Reg. in Chancery, 1870. 

*Park, Frank Hubert, planter and merchant, Jefferson, Tex. 

1864, Orion; s. Richard E. Park and Sarah Jane Carter; d. March, 1874. 

*Park, Oscar Brantley, druggist, Jefferson, Tex. 

1864, Orion; s. J. T. S. Park, Mexia, Tex., and Tabitha Ann Skinner; m. 
Willie Ola Caldwell, Feb. 20, 1876, Jefferson, Tex.; d. 1886. 



Park, Robert, 

1864, Shuqualak, Miss.; s. J. W. Park; b. Nov. 10, 1846. 

Patterson, Rice Theodore, planter, Demopolis. 

1863, Demopolis; s. Ira Patterson and Lucretia Jane Allen; b. April 6, 1845. 

Pearson, William Fletcher, physician, Oakdale, Oklahoma Ten 

1864, Dadeville; s. James M. Pearson, Dadeville, and Elizabeth Ann Brown, 
Madison, Ga.; Graduate V. M. I., 1871; M. D., Mobile, 1882; m. Nellie Calhoun, 
Howe, Tex., Oct 17, 1895. 

Pennington, Francis Marion, planter and insurance, Troy. 

1863, Farriorville; s. Henry Pennington, Bullock Co., and Rebecca Lovejoy; 
b. Nov. 6, 1843; Private, Co. F, 37th Ala. Reg., C. S. A., 1862; Student Wake Forest 
Col., N, C, 1865-68; Lawyer, 1869-71; m. Annie K. Mclntyre, Montgomery, 1872. 

Pennington, Josephus Aurelius, book-keeper, Charleston, S. C. 

1864, Farriorville, Bullock Co.; s. Henry Pennington, Bullock Co., and Rebecca 
Lovejoy; Planter in Pike Co., 1865-90; Insurance Agent, Troy, 1890-98; m. Lula Mc- 
Neill, Pine Level, 1869. 

'^'Pbelan, James Powell, cotton broker, 



1863, Montgomery; s. Joseph Phelan and Laura Powell Phelan; b. Jan. i, 1849; 
m. Caroline Chailes, Greensboro, 1866 or '67; d. in New Orleans. 

Phelan, Sidney Marcellus, St. Louis, Mo. 

1864, Montgomery; s. Joseph H. Phelan, Rockford, and Laura Powell; Merchant, 
New Orleans, 1868-91; President "The American Credit Indemnity Co." of New 
York, 1891 — . 

Phillips, Pierrepont, 

1863, Montgomery; s. C. Phillips; b. May 22, 1848. 

Pierce, Nathaniel T. 

1864, Brooksville, Miss.; s. J. H. Pierce; b. May 16, 1848 



1865] Gr^vduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 207 

Ponder, John Flournoy, broker and real estate, Los Angeles, Gal. 

1864, Montgomery; s. Amos Flournoy Ponder, Montgomery, and Eliza Mildred 
Borders; Student, Washington and Lee, 1866-67; m. Susan Marr Toler, Los Angeles, 
Cal., Feb. 4, 1885. 

♦Powell, Benjamin Franklin, planter, Selma. 

1864, Montgomery; s. Thomas Asbery Powell and Mary Ann Wiley; b. Sept. 26, 
1830; m. Fannie J. Robbins, Choctaw Corner, Dec. 18, 1876; d. March 28, 1878. 

♦Powell, Marcellus Hutchinson, planter, Tyson. 

1864, Montgomery; s. William R. Powell and Sarah Frances Wiggington; b. 
Jan. 31, 1847; Private, C. S. A.; m. Sarah Boiling, Greenville, April 26, 1876; d. May 
16, 1886, at Montgomery. 

Powell, Seneca Daniel, physician, New York. 

1864, Pine Apple; s. Augustus H. Powell, Lee Summit, Mo., and Emma Mob- 
ley; M. D., N. Y.; m. (i) Elizabeth Irwin, New York, (2) Belle Wilson, New York. 

Powell, T. E., (1864) 

Prince, Sydney Trotter, lawyer. Mobile. 

1864, Bladen Springs; s. Col. T. McC. Prince, Choctaw Co., and Lucy Anthony 
Trotter; b. May 20, 1847; 2nd Lieut, and Acting Capt., C. S. A.; Lieut.-Col. and 
Chief of staff under Major Gen. Whitney, A. S. T. ; m. Helen Maria Rhodes, May 
20, 1873. 

♦Prince, William Terrell, planter, Tuscaloosa. 

1864-65, 1874-75, Tuscaloosa; s. Edmond Prince, Tuscaloosa, and Lavinia Lane 
Terrell; d. May 8, 1881. 

Pritchett, John Galvin, planter, Camden. 

1864, Camden; s. William James Pritchett, Camden, and Harriett Sellers; b. 
Feb. 28, 1848; Student, Univ. of Va., 1867-68; Sheriff, Wilcox Co., 1877-80; m. Ida 
Jones, Oak Hill, 1872. 

Prowell, William J., lumber dealer, East Lake. 

1863, Dayton; s. William J. Prowell and Sarah Elizabeth Pickering; b. May 
25, 1846; m. Margaret Jemison, of Tuscaloosa, at Columbus, Miss., Nov. 19, 1868. 

Ratchford, William M., merchant. La Fayette. 

1863, La Fayette; s. M. C. Ratchford; b. Not. s, 1847. 

Reeves, J., ( 1864) 

Relfe, M. S., (1864) 

Reynolds, Thomas J. 

1863, Mt. Meigs; b. July 26, 1847. 

Robinson, E. M., ( 1864) 

Robinson, W. B., ( 1864) 

Rodgers, G. D., lawyer, Tuskegee. 

1864, Perote; s. G. A. Rodgers, Perote, and Mary Ann Rumph; b. Dec. i6, 
1847; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1876-77; m. Mary Lou Stafford, Tuskegee, Dec. 7, 1876. 



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Ross, William Gaines, planter and merchant, Laurens, S. C. 

1864, Phoenix, S. C; s. Willis Ross, Phoenix, S. C, and Eliza A. Rushton; 
b. May 28, 1848. 

*Rosser, Benjamin Fletcher, Tuscaloosa. 

1864, Tuscaloosa; s. Benjamin Rosser, Jr., Tuscaloosa Co., and Elizabeth Ray; 
b. Aug. 2, 1847; d. Aug. 10, 1866. 

Saffold, Peyton Bibb, minister, Montgomery. 

1864, Montgomery; s. Joseph Phillips Saffold, Montgomery, and Frances Elvira 
Bibb; b. Oct. 25, 1847; Minister, M. E. Church, South, 1871-80; Pastor, Ala. Con- 
ference, 1872-76, Tex. Confer., 1876-80; Lawyer and Newspaper Work, Georgetown, 

Tex., 1882-97; Minister, Interdenominational, 1897 5 m- Mrs. Laura Morse {nee 

McDaniel), Georgetown, Tex., Nov. 29, 1882. 

Saint, Joseph Pinckney, merchant, Centreville, La. 

1863, Suggsville, Clarke Co.; s. James Henry Saint, Covington, La., and Julia 
Ann Pogue; b. Oct. 8, 1846; Private, C. S. A., (Drill Master); m. Angella Gary, 
Centerville, La., Feb. 24, 1876. 

Sanders, George Washington, planter, Humphrey. 

1863, Tuscaloosa; s. John Sanders, Jr., Tuscaloosa, and Mary Windham; b. 
Sept. 16, 1847; m. Rebecca C. Hyche, 1876. 

Sasnett, Boiling Hall, minister, Atlanta, Ga. 

1864, Auburn; s. William J. Sasnett, Sparta, Ga., and Sarah Helen Hall; b. 
May 30, 1848; A. B., Emory Col., Ga.; D. D., Rutherford Col., N. C, 1899; Pastor, 
M. E. Churches, South, at Macon, Atlanta, Griffin, West Point, Perry, Sandersville, 
Ga. ; m. Mary B. Burke, Macon, Ga., Feb. 12, 1873. 

Schroeder, Gilliat, cotton business, New York. 

1863, Mobile; s. Henry A. Schroeder; b. April 23, 1847. 

Scott, John E., ( 1864) 

Seawell, Richard Bullock, planter, Marion. 

1864, Marion; s. L. H. Seawell, Marion, and Mary Perry; b. Aug., 1849; 
Student at Howard Col. 

-"Shelman, John Green, planter, Cecil. 

1864, Mt. Meigs, Montgomery Co.; s. John Andrew Shelman, Mt. Meigs, and 
Sophia Thompson Green; b. Oct. 8, 1846; Private, C. S. A.; Teacher at Mt. Meigs, 
1870-71; m. Mary Caroline Manning, Mathews, Oct. 15, 1879; d. Dec. 2, 1898. 

*Shepard, Jackson Joseph, engineer and physician, Dadeville. 

1864, Dadeville; s. Philip M. Shepard, Dadeville, and Maria Louise Fielder; 
M. D., College unknown, 187 1; Private, C. S. A.; Prin., Dadeville High School, 
1872-85; Teacher, Civil Engineer and Physician; m. Alice R. Pearson, April, i868; 
d. Jan. 10, 1891. 



*Siler, Quintus Park, merchant, Troy. 

1864, Orion; s. Solomon S 
Alice Dean, Pike Co., Jan. 6, 187 

Simpson, M. E., (1864) 



1864, Orion; s. Solomon Siler, Orion, and Jane Owen, Glenn Park; m. Miriam 
Alice Dean, Pike Co., Jan. 6, 1870; d. Aug. 15, 1885. 



1865] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 209 

♦Slater, James A., Mobile. 

1864, Choctaw Co.; d. July 29, 1898. 

Slaughter, C. W., , Tex. 

1863, Auburn. 

♦Smith, Albert Alexander, merchant. Honey Grove, Tex. 

1864, McKinley, Marengo Co.; s. Dr. J. E. Smith, Mansfield, La., and Violet 
R. Alexander; attended Univ. of Miss., 1866; m. Nannie Erwin, Honey Grove, Tex., 
April, 1885;' d. April 15, 1890. 

♦Smith, Henry Lewis, planter, Lowndesboro. 

1863, Lowndesboro; s. Hartwell V. Smith, M. D., and Lewis; b. 

Sept. 24, 1846; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1878-80; m. (i) Miss Cook, of Va., (2) 
Mattie Russell; d. 1885. 

Smith, Irvin, planter. Millers Ferry. 

1864, Canton Bend, Wilcox Co.; s. Daniel Smith and Amelia Irving. 

Smith, James Brown, planter, Booth. 

1863, Prattville; s. William Dixon Smith, Sr., and Sarah McLean; b. Feb. 21, 
1846; m. Mary Lamar. 

♦Smith, J. D., Tuskegee. 

1864, Tuskegee; ist Lieut., C. S. A.; killed in battle in 1865. 

Smith, Thomas P., ( 1864) 

♦Smith, William C, Midway. 

1863, Midway; s. William C. Smith; b. Oct. ii, 1845; d. at Univ. of Ga., 1866. 

♦Smith, Washington Parker, Selma. 

1863, Selma; s. Washington M. Smith, belma, and Susan R. Parker; b. Nov. 8, 
1848; d. 18—. 

Sneed, J. S., (1864) 

♦Soule, George Thomas, lawyer and teacher, Pine Bluff, Ark. 

1863, Gainesville; s. M. Soule and Virginia Hutchins; b. March 24, 1847; 
d. Nov., 1900. 

♦Stall worth, James Adams, Evergreen. 

1864, Evergreen; s. James Adams Stallworth and Harriett Emeline Crosby; 
b. Oct., 1847; ist Lieut., C. S. A.; d. at Univ. of Va., Nov., i866. 

Stephens, R. H., ( 1864) 

Stephens, T. A., ( 1864) 

Stevens, W. E., (1864) 

Stewart, A. C., ( 1864) 

Stewart, R. W., ( 1864) 

Stewart, W. H., (1864) 

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2IO Record of Students [1865 

Stone, Henry Lewis, physician and planter, Montgomery. 

1862, Montgomery; s. Burton W. Stone and Caroline S. Whetstone; b. June 
24, 1846; M. D., Univ. of Md., 1868; m. Willie E. Frazier, Montgomery Co., Nov. 
18, 1869. 

S'trother, Joseph Eugene, planter, Canton Bend. 

1863, Canton Bend; s. George H. Strother, Canton Bend, and Mary Ann Blue; 
b. Oct. 23, 1846; m. Anna Eliza Alford, Canton Bend, Dec. 16, 1870. 

Strother, Tobe Clarence, physician, Canton Bend. 

1864, Canton Bend; s. George H. Strother and Mary Ann Blue; M. D., Tulane, 
1869; d. May 8, 1874. 

Stubbs, T. J., East Lake. 

1863, Spring Hill; b. July 28, 1846. 

Styron, James Arthur, merchant, Cleburne, Tex. 

1863, Macon Station, Marengo Co.; s. A. D. Styron, Dayton, and D. H. 
Jamieson; b. Jan. 14, 1846; Sec. and Treas., Dickson Hardware and Fur. Co.; Lieut.- 
Col., 2nd Texas Inf., Spanish War; now Col. of 4th Reg., T. V. G.; m. (i) Annie 
Hathaway Gunn, Cleburne, Tex., (2) Mary R. Gunn, Cleburne, Tex., (3) Esther A. 
Butner, Cleburne, Tex. 

*Summers, Thomas Osmond, Jr., physician, St. Louis, Mo. 

1864, Tuscaloosa; s. Thomas O. Summers, D. D., LL. D., and Sexton; 

A. B., Sou. Univ., Greensboro, M. D., College unknown; Prof. Chem., Sou. Univ., 
Greensboro; Prof. Med. Dept., Vanderbilt Univ.; Clergyman, M. E. Church, South; 
d. about 1898. 

Swift, John M., , Fla. 

1864, Summerfield. 

Thompson, J. S., Little Rock, Ark. 

1863, Spring Hill, Marengo Co.; b. June 20, 1847. 

Thorington, William Sewell, lawyer. University. 

1863, Montgomery; s. Jack Thorington and Mary Lord Parker; b. July 30, 
1847; City Attorney, Montgomery; Judge Advocate General; Trustee, Univ. of Ala.; 
Associate Justice, Supreme Court; Dean of Law Faculty, U. of Ala., 1897 — ; m. 
Wilella Chilton, Montgomery, Oct. 24, 1867. 

*Tipton, Frank, physician, Selma. 

1864, Selma; s. John Tipton, Selma, and Elizabeth Tarver; M. D., New 
Orleans, 1870; m. (i) Gertrude Riggs, Selma, 1871, (2) Mary Lewis, Marengo Co., 
1885; d. 1892. 

Toney, Sterling H., lawyer, Louisville, Ky. 

1864, Barbour Co. 

Townsend, Albert Henry, Houston, Tex. 

1864, Pine Level; s. Albert Washington Townsend and Mary McNeil; General 
Manager of Singer Sewing Machine Co.; m. Virginia G. Dickson, Pine Level. 



1865] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 211 

Townsend, George Washington, minister, Montgomery. 

1863, Montgomery; s. Albert Washington Townsend, Montgomery, and Mary 
McNeil; b. Sept. 2T, 1846; Student, Sou. Bap. Theolog. Sem., Louisville, Ky., 1895-96; 
Lawyer, 1867-91, since then Baptist Minister, ordained March 24, 1891; organized 
West Montgomery Baptist Church, and its Pastor, 1891-95; Evangelist, 1895 — ; ™- 
Emmie Alsop, May 16, 1882. 

Trotter, Alexander Washington, lawyer, Shubuta, Miss. 

1864, Quitman, Miss.; s. William Brandus Trotter, Quitman, Miss., and 
Elizabeth Lee Terrell; b. March 12, 1847. 

Tupper, W. D., ( 1864) 

Turnipseed, David Columbus, planter. Flora. 

1864, Line Creek, Montgomery Co.; s. William Turnipseed and Edith Ryals; 
b. April 26, 1846; Private, C. S. A.; m. (i) Orlenia Elizabeth Owen, Dec. 19, 1877, 
(2) Emma Lillian Scarbrough, Dec. 22, 1896. 

Tutt, L. C., Fannin, Miss. 

1864, Marion; s. L. C. Tutt, Marion, and Matilda Jones; Clerk, Probate Office, 
Perry Co., 1867-68; Planter in Perry Co., then Saw-mill Operator in Fannin, Miss. 

*Tyson, Winton Lowndes, physician, Lowndesboro. 

1863, Lowndesboro; s. Archibald Tyson and Sarah Jane Warren; b. Feb. i, 
1847; d. June 7, 1880. 

Ulmer, Oliver Cromwell, accountant, Butler. 

1864, Butler, Choctaw Co.; s. Col. Isaac B. Ulmer, Butler, and Abby Johnson 
Cromwell; b. Aug. 22, 1848; County Commissioner, 1874-76; U. S. Commissioner, 
Sou. Dist. of Ala., 1894-96; County Tax Commissioner, 1897 — ; Merchant, 1869-83, 
now Surveyor and Expert Accountant; m. Sadie Tankersley, Livingston, Sept. 29, 1869. 

Vaughan, J. R., (1864) 

Violett, Atwood, cotton merchant, New York. 

1864, New Orleans, La.; s. William A. Violett, New Orleans, and Penelope A. 
Oldham; b. Feb. 19, 1847; Private, Pelham Cadets, C. S. A.; m. Olga Quintell, 
New Orleans. 

♦Virgin, Samuel Hahnemann, physician, Macon, Ga. 

1864, Montgomery; s. Samuel Stanley Virgin, Macon, Ga., and Sarah Ellis; 
m. Isabel Weems, Macon, Ga., Feb. 9, 1871; d. Oct. 28, 1880. 

*Walker, J. N., (1864) 

Walker, R. I., (1864) 

Walker, R. T., (1864) 

♦Ware, William Robert, Montgomery. 

1863, Montgomery; s. James A. Ware and Jane Stokes; b. Feb. 23, 1847; d. 
Jan., 1868. 

Waring, J. W., 

1863, Mobile; s. Moses Waring; b. Feb. 14, 1848. 



212 Record of Students [1865 

Warren, L. F., (1864) 

Watkins, W. B., (1864) 

♦Westmoreland, Clough Watson, dentist, Columbus, Miss. 

1862, Pleasant Ridge, Greene Co.; s. William G. Westmoreland, Columbus, Miss., 
and Mary Ann Harris; b. June i, 1845; D. D. S., Bait. Dent. Col.; m. Ella B. Bishop, 
1872; d. 1874. 

Westmoreland, William Wallace, dentist, Columbus, Miss. 

1863, Pleasant Ridge; s. William G. Westmoreland, Columbus, Miss., and 
Mary Ann Harris; b. Sept. 20, 1846; D. D. S., Bait. Dent. Col., 1869; m. Mary 
Fannie Jones, Mexico, Mo., June 10, 1873. 

Wilkes, William Lafayette, fruit grower, Spring Hill, Tenn. 

1863, Aberdeen, Miss.; s. William B. Wilkes, Aberdeen, Miss., and Sallie Ann 
Short; b. July 6, 1846; Margurette Helen Bond, Spring Hill, Tenn., Oct. 12, 1871. 

Williams, John Johnson, planter. Curl Station. 

1864, Pushmataha, Choctaw Co.; s. J. J. Williams, Pushmataha, and Kate A. 
Williams; m. Virginia Isabella Moody, Choctaw Co., Dec. 3, 1874. 

Williamson, R. B., (1864) 

Willingham, John Woodford, merchant and planter, Tuscaloosa. 

1862, Tuscaloosa; s. William Willingham, Tuscaloosa, and Jane Willingham; 
m. Martha Angaline Thompson, Tuscaloosa Co. 

Willis, W. E., (1864) 

*Wimberly, Bartow, merchant, Greenville. 

1864, Evergreen; s. Mack Wimberly and Roselie Longley; b. 1848; Rep., Gen. 
Assem., Ala.; m. (i) Mollie Owen, Butler Co., 1867, (2) Eucala Winston, Auburn, 
1890; d. Sept., 1891. 

Wimberly, T. P. 

1863, Loachapoka, Lee Co.; s. L. T. Wimberly; b. Dec. 30, 1845. 

Wimberly, W. W., ( 1864) 

Windham, B., ( 1864) 

*Witherspoon, William Thomas, planter, Tuscaloosa. 

1862, Tuscaloosa; s. Samuel Dayton Witherspoon and Jeanette Emaline Dobbin; 
d. at Macon, Miss., Sept. 7, 1871. 

Wofford, A. S. 

1863, Pleasant Ridge, Greene Co. 

Woodruff, Chives David, cashier, Anniston. 

1863, Gainesville; s. Silas Woodruff, Alexandria, and Judith Rhodes; Cashier, 
Anniston Nat. Bank; m. Hessie St. Clair Whitsitt, Gainesville, Nov. 14, 1872. 

♦Woodruff, Zachary Taylor, physician, Vicksburg, Miss. 

1864, Tuscaloosa; s. David Woodruff, Tuscaloosa, and Eliza Antoinette Bell; 
b. June 17, 1847; M. D., Tulane Univ., 1868; Student, V. M. I., 1863-64; City Physi- 
cian, Vicksburg, Miss.; d. at Tuscaloosa, July 17, 1878. 



1870] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 213 

Woolverton, William Hand, merchant, Enterprise, Miss. 

1864, Enterprise, Miss.; s. Thomas Woolverton and Mary Home Hand; b. Oct 
18, 1847; m. (i) Winnie G. Tolson, Enterprise, Miss., Jan. 29, 1873, (2) Pearl Hol- 
man, Camden, Ala., Sept. 22, 1875; d. Jan. 28, 1882. 

Young, J. D., (1864) 

Youngblood, Addison Patillo, merchant, Nashville, Tenn. 

1862, Union Springs; s. P. H. Youngblood, Union Springs, and Martha Keener; 
b. March 11, 1844; ist Lieut., Forrest's Cav., C. S. A.; Law Student, Univ. of Va.; 
Wholesale Flour Dealer; m. Mary Adelaide Wimbish, LaGrange, Ga. 

The University buildings were destroyed by Federal troops in 1865. Academic 
exercises were resumed in 1869. By a Resolution of the Board of Trustees, adopted 
some years afterwards, all students who withdrew from the University to enter the 
Confederate Army, or who were in attendance when the buildings were destroyed in 
1865, were declared to be Graduates of the University. 

1870. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 



Baker, J. D. 

1869, Tuscaloosa; b. 1853. 

♦Barge, Thomas Bayne, planter, Monterey. 

1869, Monterey; s. Dr. Edward Webb Barge and Minerva Dorinda Traweek; 
b. Aug. 19, 1852; Student, V. M. I., 1871-72; m. Annie Maria Bythewood, Monterey, 
Dec. 23, 1874; d. Dec. 22, 1890. 

Barnard, Mathew LaFayette, planter, Howell's Cross Roads. 

1870, Howell's Cross Roads, Cherokee Co.; m. Julia May, Jan. 7, 1883. 

Bates, Asa Sherman, accountant, Macon, Ga. 

1870, Columbus, Ga. ; s. Asa Bates, Columbus, Ga., and Caroline Reid; b. 1852; 
Accountant, with Central Ga. Land and Lumber Co.; m. Mary M. Clancy, Macon, Ga., 
Dec. 5, 1877. 

Beard, James Pickett, planter, Guntersville. 

1870, Guntersville; s. Arthur Campbell Beard, Guntersville, and Pheriba Jane 
Moore; b. Sept. 19, 1850; Treas., Marshall Co., 1880-88. 

Bell, Oscar Raymond, lawyer, Winthrop, Ark. 

1870, Chulafinne; s. Middleton R. Bell, Cleburne Co., and Charity C. David; 
b. July 2, 1851; U. S. Commissioner, North, and Mid. Dist., Ala., 1876-79; m. Bettie 
Edwards, Etowah Co., March 4, 1880. 

Bradford, Thomas, lawyer. Centre. 

1870, Centre, Cherokee Co.; s. James Bradford, Centre, and Margaret A. 
McRae; LL. B., Cumberland Univ., Lebanon, Tenn., 1872; Reg. in Chanc, Cherokee 

Co., 1884-89, 1893-98; Probate Judge, 1889-92; Convict Inspector, 1901 ; m. 

Louisa C. Wills, Fayette, Mo., May 18, 1874. 

Bradford, William, physician and druggist, Cedartown, Ga. 

1870, Centre, Cherokee Co.; s. James Bradford, Centre, and Margaret Ann 
McRae; M. D., Mobile Med. Col., 1872; Private, C. S. A.; Mayor of Cedartown; m. 
Leahnora Walker, Cave Springs, Ga., Nov., 1873. 



214 Record of Students [1870 
Brett, C. S. 

1870, New Orleans, La. 

Bulger, Pierce, 

1870, Wetumpka; s. W. C. Bulger; b. i8s3- 

Butler, W. G. 

1870, Howell's Cross Roads, Cherokee Co. 

Calhoun, William Henry, teacher and planter, Abbeville. 

1869, Kings, Henry Co.; s. L. G. Calhoun, Kings, and Caroline E. Scott, 
Eufaula; b. 1852; Supt. Education, Henry Co., 1880-83; Sec, Board of Examiners, 
Henry Co.; m. (i) Martha Newtie Peterman, Shorterville, Sept. 30, 1880, (2) Tina 
Lucas Bush, Feb. 2, 1897. 

*Cheney, William Bozier, R. R. conductor, Montgomery. 

1869, Montgomery; s. John Martin Cheney and Augusta Bellinger; b. 1853; m. 
Smithie Dodson, Opelika, Dec. 22, 1875; d. April 6, 1881. 

*Denny, Thomas Willard, merchant, Suggsville. 

1869, Jackson; s. Dr. Andrew Denny, Jackson, and Amanda Chapman; b 
1851; d. Oct., 1873. 

Dearman, Joseph Jones, planter, Jacksonville. 

1869, Jacksonville; s. John A. Dearman, Jacksonville, and Mary McMahon; 
b. 1851; m. Judy Virginia Leach. 

Dick, Meshack, lumber business. River Falls. 

1869, Tuskegee; s. William Marcus Dick, Dick's Creek, and Eliza Bell; 
b. 1852; m. Martha Howard. 

*Donoho, John Monroe, Tuscaloosa. 

1869, Tuscaloosa; s. Monroe Donoho, Tuscaloosa, and Annie Eliza Glascock; 
b. March 25, 1852; d. Aug. 20, 1870. 

Flowers, W^. H. 

1870, Demopolis; s. S. A. Flowers; b. 1853. 

*Fowler, H. M., Ashville. 

1870, Ashville; s. H. Fowler; b. 1850; d. 187 — . 

Golson, C. 

1870, Troy; b. 1852. 

Haralson, Charles H. , 

1870, Selma; s. W. B. Haralson; b. 1851. 

Harwood, Ashfield Bascomb, teacher, Fletcher. 

1869, Uniontown; s. William H. Harwood, Wilson's Landing, Va., and Re- 
becca L. Christian; b. June 30, 1849; Private, Co. D, 3rd. Va. Cav., C. S. A.; m. 
Sallie Bozeman, Orrville, Oct. 26. 1878. 



1870] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 215 

*Horton, William Preston, lawyer. Fort Payne. 

1870, Lebanon; s. Jesse B. Horton, Lebanon, and Eliza Jane McCurdy; b. 
1848; Prin., Andrew's Institute; m. Malinda Caroline Petty, CoUinsville, Aug., 
1874; d. Feb. 28, 1879. 

Howell, James, cotton buyer. Pine Bluff, Ark. 

1869, Howell's Cross Roads; s. George W. Howell; Post Master at Centre; m. 
Mary Sparks, Centre. 



Kendrick, M. A. 

1869, Brierfield; s. P. A. Kendrick; b. 1851. 

Mahan, M. H. 

1869, Brierfield; s. J. W. Mahan; b. 1850. 

Maury, Edward Fountaine, butcher, Macon, Miss. 

1869, Shuqualak, Miss.; s. James W. Maury, Wahalak, Miss., and Rachael K. 
Harris; b. May 27, 1852; Student, Univ. of Miss., 1870-72; Clerk at Bronson, Fla., 
1884-85; Merchant at Wahalak, Miss., 1886-90; Cattle and Butcher business; m. Mary 
L. Shelton, Macon, Miss., Feb. 15, 1877. 

*Maury, Matthew Henry, Wahalak, Miss. 

1869, Shuqualak, Miss.; s. James W. Maury, Wahalak, Miss., and Rachael K. 
Harris; b. April 19, 1854; Student, Univ. of Miss., 1870-72; Owner of Gin, Grist and 
Saw Mill; m. Virginia J. Gathright, Gholson, Miss., Dec. 24, 1875; d. Dec. 16, 1888. 

McGhee, Elbert Trinity, merchant, Rome, Ga. 

1870, Centre, Cherokee Co.; s. James McGhee, Centre, and Susan Crouch; b. 
Oct. 8, 1847; Cotton Merchant and Fertilizer Agent; Sec. of State Mutual Life 
and Annuity Association, of Rome, Ga. ; m. Emma J. Glover, Rome, Ga. 

McPherson, C. 

1870, Bibb Co. 

Morrow, William Chambers, author and journalist, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 

1869, Evergreen; s. William Chambers Morrow, Evergreen, and Martha McCreary; 
<b. 1853; Student, Howard Col.; Author of "Bohemian Pairs of To-day," "The Ape, 
the Idiot and Other People," "A Man, his Mark," etc.; m. Lida Haughton, San 
Jose, Calif. 

Mullien, ]. F. 

1869, Andalusia; b. 1849. 

Osborne, S. P. 

1869, Tuscumbia; s. H. Osborne; b. 1853. 

Osborne, T. D. 

1870, Tuscumbia. 

Otey, James H., Uniontown. 

1870, Uniontown. 



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Plowman, George Harden, lawyer, Dallas, Tex. 

1869, Talladega; s. George P. Plowman, Talladega, and Agatha Tennessee 
Scales, Franklin, Tenn. ; b. 1850; LL. B., Harvard, 1872; m. (i) Laura Worth McClel- 
lan, Talladega, Sept. 14, 1874, (2) Estelle Hunt, Riesel, Tex., Nov. 29, 1899. 

*Roper, Joseph Fletcher, lawyer, Montgomery. 

1869, Prattville; s. Joseph F. Roper, Rocky Mount, and Margaret H. McEwen; 
b. Dec. 13, 1848; Agent, Daniel Pratt Gin Co., 1872; Asst. Clerk, Supreme Court, 
1872; Clerk, Circuit Court, Autauga Co., 1873-78; Mayor, Columbia, Henry Co., 
1886-87; U. S. Commissioner, 1881-94; Hardware Merchant, Columbia, 1887-91; m. 
Kate A. Miller, Tuscaloosa, Sept. 12, 1872; d. Feb. 13, 1894. 

Rutherford, Vivian A., teacher, Miami, Fla. 

1869, Union Springs; b. 1850. 

Sanford, S. R. 

1870, Elyton. 

Scott, J. J. 

1869, Guntersville; b. 1850. 

*Shelton, Alexander Barrett, merchant, Macon, Miss. 

1869, Shuqualak, Miss.; s. Dr. J. J. Shelton, Macon, Miss., and Annie Malone; 
b. Aug. 21, 1849; m. Delia A. Samuel, Corinth, Miss., March 15, 1876; d. May 25, 



Smith, C. B. 

1870, Courtland. 

Smith, J. D. 

1870, Brierfield. 

Smith, W. A. 

1869, Courtland; s. G. A. Smith; b. 1850. 

Stearns, H. D. 

1870, Mobile. 

Thurston, Theodore A., merchant, Huntsville. 

1869, Huntsville; b. 1852. 

*Traweek, Thomas William, planter and merchant, Monterey. 

1869, Monterey; s. William Henry Traweek and Sallie Yeldell; b. March 7, 
1852; m. Margery Luckie, Monterey, Butler Co., Dec. 22, 1874; d. Sept. 22, 1892. 

Vandiver, J. T. 

1869, Howell's Cross Roads. 

Wilson, John Marshall, Grove Hill. 

1869, Grove Hill; s. Jack R. Wilson, Grove Hill, and Sallie Marshall; b. 1851; 

Cadet, U. S. Mil. Acad., West Point, 1870-72; Probate Judge, Clarke Co., 1880 ; 

«!. Fannie Mayer, Lower Peach Tree, Oct. 31, 1877. 



1871] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 217 

187 1. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

Harton, John Barclay, physician, Kennedy. 

1870, Kennedy, Lamar Co.; s. Greene Thomas Harton, and Mary Ann Barclay; 
m. Mary Jane Williams, Etawamba Co., Miss. 

McCulIum, William J. 

1870, Fayette Co. 

McConnell, Joseph 

1870, Fayette Co. 

Munsell, Charles, publisher, Albany, N. Y. 

1870, Albany, N. Y.; s. Joel Munsell, Albany, N. Y., and Jane Bigelow; b. 
Dec. 29, 1852; Book-binder and Publisher; m. Sarah Cornelia Knower, Albany, N. Y. 

♦Phillips, William Randolph, clerk, Pilot Point, Tex. 

1870, Fayette, C. H.; s, Preston Burns Phillips, Pilot Point, Tex., and Orlena 
Jane McDonald; b. Jan. i, 1855; m. Ida Skinner, Pilot Point, Tex., Nov. 4, 1885; 
d. 189 — . 

Reed, Benjamin Franklin, physician, Vernon. 

1870, Lamar Co.; s. William Henry Reed, Fernbank, and Elizabeth Lauhon; 
b. Nov. 22, 1845; A. B., Sou. Univ., M. D., Mobile; Corporal, Co. B, 8th Ala. Cav., 
C. S. A.; Supt. of Educa., Lamar Co., 1882-86; Prin., Vernon High School, 1883-85; 
Merchant, 1885-87; m. Glorvinia Elvira Rush, Vernon, May 21, 1876. 



Richards, Jarvis, 

1869, Tuscaloosa; s. J. D. Richards. 

Rush, Joseph D., physician and druggist, Apalachicola, Fla. 

1870, Laxapalila, Lamar Co.; s. William P. Rush, Vernon, and Emily Coons; 
b. March 7, 1847; A. B., Southern Univ., M. D., Mobile; County Health Officer* 
1886-1900; Pres. Fla. Med. Assoc, 1894-95; U. S. Contract Surgeon, Marine Hospital, 
Apalachicola, 1886- ; m. Mattie A. Scull, Columbus, Miss., June 13, 1876. 

Searcy, Green Arlington, teacher, Lawrenceville. 

1869, Lawrenceville; s. John G. Searcy, Bush, and Kate Pinkerton; m. Hanson 
Anderson, Bush, Jan. 3, 1891. 

♦Smith, David Dixon, lawyer, Birmingham. 

1870, Wedowee, Randolph Co.; s. William Hugh Smith and Lucy William 
Wortham; b. Dec. 6, 1852; d. July 4, 1891. 

Smith, William Easby, electrician, Virginia Beach, Va. 

1870, Tuscaloosa; s. Hon. William Russell Smith, Washington, D. C, and 
Wilhelmine Maria Easby; b. Oct. 2, 1856, Washington, D. C. ; Telephone Expert for 
U. S. ; m. Mary Agnes Boyle, of Tuscaloosa, at Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 20, 1882. 

♦Smith, William Russell, Jr., lawyer and editor, Carbon Hill. 

1870, Tuscaloosa; s. Hon. William Russell Smith, Washington, D. C, and Mary 
Jane Murray; b. July 20, 1853, at Fayette; m. Florence Livinia Smith, Houston, 
Winston Co., Oct. 2, 1881; d. March 30, 1898. 



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Wilson, Colbert, 

1870, Fayette Co. 

Note. There is no record preserved at the University for the session 1870-71. 
Some of the above names were furnished from memory by several different parties. 
The whole list was carefully revised by Mr. D. F. Robertson, of Columbus, Miss., 
who was a student from 1870-72. He states that he thinks it is now approximately 
correct. 

1872. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

*Bradfield, George Hamilton, A. B., A. M., '74, Birmingham. 

187 1, Uniontown, Perry Co.; s. Dr. John Bradfield and Emily Perkins; b. Aug. 
31, 1853; d. March 3, 1893. 

King, John Warren, A. B., physician and druggist, Vicksburg, 
Miss. 

1871, Vicksburg, Miss.; s. J. W. King, Vicksburg, Miss., and S. E. Lane; b. 
Dec. 23, 1852; M. D., Jefferson Med. Col., Penn., 1875; m. Helen J. Miller, Wheeling, 
W. Va., Feb. 8, 1882. 

1872. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

Andrews, Tunstall, Los Angeles, Cal. 

1871, Greensboro; s. Henry Andrews and Hattie Croom; b. Nov. i, 1854; con- 
nected with Los Angeles St. Rway. Co.; m. Annie B. Hill, Livingston, 1877. 

Anthony, James Francis, 

1871, Tuscaloosa; b. June 28, 1853. 

*Baldwin, William Owen, lawyer. Union Springs. 

1871, Fitzpatrick; s. Philip B. Baldwin, Fitzpatrick, and Martha Ann Thomp- 
son; b. Jan. 19, 1855; Mayor, Union Springs, 1883; m. Ida Williams; d. Oct., 1883. 

*Battle, Alfred, planter, Sherman. 

1871, Tuscaloosa; s. William A. Battle, Gurley, and Susannah Clay Withers; 
b. Jan. 9, 1852; m. Jennie A. Beaile, Tuscaloosa, Oct. 3, 1874; d. in Pickens co., 
March, 1884. 

Bibb, William George, physician, Montgomery. 

1871, Montgomery; s. Col. Joseph B. Bibb and Martha Dandridge Bibb; b. 
Jan. 25, 1854; M. D., Vanderbilt, 1877, and Bellevue Hosp. Med. Col., 1878; Prof. 
Materia Med. and Therapeutics, Univ. of Tenn. ; City Physician, Montgomery, 
1890-98; m. Susie Dunlap Porter, Nashville, June 25, 1878. 

*Bowdon, Franklin Welsh, Jr., lawyer, Talladega. 

1871, Talladega; s. Franklin Welsh Bowdon and Sarah Elizabeth Chilton; b. 
Sept. 17, 1854; Student, U. S. Mil. Acad., 1872-73; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala. Leg., 
1878-79; elected State Senator, 1886; Presidential Elector, 1884; d. Sept. 8, 1886. 

*Bunkley, Gordon Sanford, Opelika. 

1 87 1, Fitzpatrick, Bullock Co.; s. Gordon Sanford Bunkley, Montgomery, and 
Lucinda Morris Keene; b. Feb. 25, 1856; d. May 6, 1878. 



1872] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 219 

Bush, William Mangum, merchant, Uniontown. 

1872, Uniontown; s. William Bush and Malinda Finch; b. Oct. 24, 1852. 

♦Carpenter, Perry Herndon, lawyer, Birmingham. 

1871, Mobile; s. John Newsom Carpenter, Birmingham, and Amelia Rosalie 
Crenshaw; Grad., V. M. I.; Clerk, City Court of Birmingham, 1882-87; m. Genevieve 
Brittain, Birmingham, 1880; d. Jan. 21, 1892. 

Conoley, William Noel, minister, St. Louis, Mo. 

1871, Selma; s. Judge John F. Conoley and Mary E. Pitts; Captain's Clerk, U. 
S. Navy, 1875-77; Post Master, Tampa, Fla., 1897-98; Evangelist, M. E. Church, 
South; m. Lucy Hammerly Madison, Madison Co., Fla., Oct. 7, 1880. 

Devan, William Oscar, planter, Arlington. 

1871, Clifton, Wilcox Co.; s. Benjamin Devan and Mary Ann Watkins; b. 
Sept. 19, 1852; m. Ida Golson, Summerfield, 1875. 

Efurd, John W., planter, Louisville. 

1871, Barbour Co.; s. Giles C. Efurd and Martha C. Collins; b. 1854; m. 
Mary A. Stephens, Louisville, Nov. 18, 1874. 

Ferrell, Claude Wilkinson, travelling salesman. New Orleans, La. 

1871, Montgomery; s. Capt. C. B. Ferrell and Missouri Wilkinson; b. May 3, 
i8ss- 

Foscue, Frank Lewis, physician, Demopolis. 

1871, Demopolis; s. Col. F. F. Fosoue, Liberty, Tex., and Mary J. Foscue; b. 
Nov. 7, 1854; M. D., Jefferson Med. Col.; m. Mary C. Larkin, Coatopa. 

Hewett, Robert Greene, A. M., '8i, insurance, Gadsden. 

1871, Elyton; s. James H. Hewett, Elyton, and Eleanor Tarrant; b. May 25, 
1846; Private, Army of Va., C. S. A.; Teacher, 1872-87; Tax Col., Jefferson Co., 
1888-96; m. Fannie Jane Hickman, Trussville, June 13, 1878. 

*Holmes, Oliver, 

1871, Montgomery; b. Aug. 20, 1852; killed in R.R. wreck in Tex. 

Houston, George, 

1871, Dallas Co.; b. Feb. 9, 1854. 

Howze, John, Jr., merchant and planter, Marion. 

1871, Marion; s. John Howze and Claudia Clayton; b. March 25, 1852; m. 
Fannie Perry, Marion, Jan., 1878. 

Littlepage, Ambrose Edmund, Montgomery. 

1871, Montgomery; s. Hardin B. Littlepage, Montgomery, and Emily Lips- 
combe; b. Jan. 6, 1855. 

Mabry, Seth, R. R. agent, Eufaula. 

1871, Clayton; s. James W. Mabry, Clayton, and Mary A. Caloway; b. Aug. 
28, 1856; A. B., Howard Col., 1876; Pres., Clayton Female Col., 1878-80; m. Laura 
Eugenia Hill, Clayton. 

Malone, Robert, 

1871, Florence; b. 1854. 



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Martin, Henry Leonidas, lawyer, 

1871, Tuscaloosa; s. William Henry Martin and Mary Artemissa Jones, Tuske- 
gee; b. Feb. 28, 1856; Clerk of Court. 

*McMillan, Isaac Newton, Coatopa. 

1871, Coatopa, Sumter Co.; s. Drew McMillan, Brewersville, and Elizabeth 
McDonald; d. July, 1874. 

*Merritt, John Durden, planter, Prattville. 

1871, Prattville; s. John Merritt, Prattville, and Emily Durden; b. Feb. 4, 
1852; d. Jan. 29, 1882. 

*Nelson, Gideon E., Marion. 

1871, Marion; d. 18 — . 

*Noble, Andrew J. 

1 87 1, Montgomery; d. 189 — . 

Patterson, Andrew McDonald, 

1871, Morgan Co.; b. Aug. 7, 1851. 

Pegues, Joe Evans, agent, Tuscaloosa. 

1871, Tuscaloosa; s. Col. J. J. Pegues and Carolyn M. Fitts; b. Dec. 13, 1855; 
Express Agent, 1871-76; Express Messenger, V. S. and T. R. R., 1876-78; Pay- 
master, Coosa River Gov. Works, 1879-83. and Miss. River Works, 1883-87; Express 
Agent, Tuscaloosa, 1887 ; m. Rosa Rowan, Jacksonville. 

^Phillips, James Richards, physician and merchant, Millport. 

1871, Carrollton; s. James Phillips, Carrollton, and Emiline Roebuck; b. Nov. 13, 
1848; M. D., 1874, Louisville, Med. Col.; m. Eudora Mustin, Raleigh, Jan. 6, 1879; 
d. June 4, 1893. 

Rawitch, William Leon, merchant, 

1 87 1, Tuscaloosa. 

Robbins, Eugene, merchant, Selma. 

1871, Selma; s. Joseph H. Robbins and Mary Ann Jackson; b. Feb. 15, 1855; m. 
Cammie Smith, Nov. 15, 1876. 

Robertson, David Fenton, merchant, Columbus, Miss. 

1870, Fayette; s. John C. Robertson, Fayette, and Mary F. Alley; b. Dec. 17, 
1853; m. Julia Euiine Clements, Tuscaloosa, Nov. 8, 1877. 

Sawyer, William Rogers, accountant, Jasper. 

1871, Monroeville; s. Drury Allen Sawyer, Burnt Corn, and Sarah Jane Ran- 
kin; b. April I, 1851; m. Augusta Watkins, Evergreen, Sept. 13, 1877. 

Seals, Cullen Battle 

1871, Clayton; s. Daniel Morgan Seals and Cox; b. March ir, 1855; 

moved west. 

Simpson, Peter D., machinist, Montgomery. 

187 1, Montgomery; s. Thomas Simpson, Montgomery, and Ann Clancy; b. 
Nov. 8, 1851; Pipe Fitter and General Air Brake Constructor, West. R'way of Ala., 
for 17 years; m. Mary Alice Ludman, Montgomery, May 17, 1877. 



1873] Graduates with Titled Degrees 221 
Slater, George G. 

1871, Choctaw Co.; b. Sept., 1853. 

Smallwood, Charles Lee, merchant, Tuscaloosa. 

1871, Tuscaloosa; s. Charles Smallwood, Tuscaloosa, and Jane Wildman; b. Dec. 
17, 1855; m. Mattie C. Martin, Mobile, Jan. 26, 1885. 

Smallwood, William, inspector, Mobile. 

1871, Tuscaloosa; s. Charles Smallwood, and Jane Wildman; b. March iz, 1850; 
Lumber and Timber Inspector; m. (i) Sallie Sullivan, Mobile, Dec. 15, 1876, (2) 
Eugenia Collins, Sept., 1896. 

*Smith, Horace George, civil engineer, Orrville. 

1871, Orrville; s. Fred H. Smith and Margaret Alice Quarks; b. March 19, 
1854; d. Jan. 16, i8§7. 

Stansel, James Bayard, lawyer, Carrollton. 

1871, Carrollton; s. Col. Martin Luther Stansel, Carrollton, and Laura Sherrod; 
b. Oct. 21, 1851; Mayor of Carrollton, 1880-88; County Solicitor, 1879-83; m. Emma 
Holmes Mustin, Oct. 21, 1874. 

Stillman, John Hammond, real estate, Birmingham. 

1871, Tuscaloosa; s. Rev. C. A. Stillman and Martha Hammond; b. May 9, 
1855; Jn- Mary Brittan, Oct. 17, 1884. 

Thornton, Glen Alonzo, planter, Fayette. 

1871, Northport; b. June 28, 1854. 

*Walthall, Constantine Perkins, planter, Uniontown. 

1 87 1, Uniontown; s. Thomas Moody Walthall and Ann Eliza Perkins; b. Oct. 
7, 1851; d. 1876. 

1873. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

Brockway, Charles Jacob, B. Ph., Livingston. 

1871, Livingston; s. Dr. A. E. Brockway and M. E. Horn; b. Sept. 13, 1851; 
Teacher at Sherman, 1873-74; Mem. Commission, Court, Sumter Co., 1884-90; Mayor, 
Livingston, 1897-99; m. Carrie V. Little, Sherman, Jan., 1874. 

Clements, Luther Marion, A. B., LL. B., '74, lawyer, Vance. 

1870, Tuscaloosa; s. Alsey Clements, Vance, and Elizabeth Goodson. 

McCorvey, Thomas Chalmers, B. Ph., LL. B., '74, A. M., '78, 
teacher, University. 

1871, Monroeville; s. Judge Murdock McCorvey, Monroeville, and Lydia 
James Ranaldson; b. Aug. 18, 1851; Commandant of Cadets, Univ. of Ala., 1873-88; 
Prof., Mental and Moral Philosophy, 1878-88; Prof., History and Philosophy, 
i888 — ; Mem., Board of Visitors, U. S. M. A., 1886; Author of "The Government of 
tie People of the State of Ala.," and various Newspaper and Magazine Articles; m. 
Netta Tutwiler, Greene Springs, Hale Co., July 22, 1880. 

O'Neal, Emmet, A. B., lawyer, Florence. 

1871, Florence; s. Gov. Edward A. O'Neal and Olivia Moore; b. Sept 23, 



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1853; Pres. Elector, 8th Dist, Ala., 1884, State at Large, 1892; U. S. Dist. Att'y, 
Northern Dist., Ala., 1893-96; Mem., Constitu. Con., 1901; m. Lizzie Kirkman, 
Tuscaloosa, July 26, 1881. 

Powers, James Knox, A. M., LL. D.,'97, educator, Florence. 

1 87 1, Florence; s. William Powers, Florence, and Rosanna Reeder; b. Aug. 15, 
1851; Prof., Math., State Normal Col., Florence, 1873-97, Pres. of same, 1888-97; 
Editor, Florence Times, 1873-74; County Supt. Educa., Lauderdale Co., 1885-87; Grand 
Dictator, K. of P., Ala.; Pres. Ala. Educa. Association, 1891; Active Mem., National 
Educational Association, 1895 — ; Pres., Univ. of Ala., 1897-1901; State Agent, B. F. 
Johnson Publishing Co., 1901 — ; m. Lou Adile Reynolds, Pulaski, Tenn., Jan. 30, 
1879, at Nashville, Tenn. 

1873. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

Agee, Ransom Hunley, merchant, Selma. 

1872, Claiborne; s. Noah Alfred Agee and Anne C. Hunley; b. Aug. 27, 1856; 
Cotton Commission and Wholesale Merchant; City Tax Assessor, Selma, 1884-86; m. 
Julia Kenan Graham, Selma, Oct. 11, 1883. — 

Ashley, Charles Rush, planter, Montgomery. 

1872, Montgomery; s. Felix L. Ashley and Ellen Rush; m. Ella Wyman, Tus- 
caloosa. 

Ashley, Robert Augustus, planter, Montgomery. 

1872, Montgomery; s. Felix L. Ashley and Ellen Rush; m. Marian Myrick, 
Auburn. 

Bailey, Clarence C, planter and merchant, Siddonville. 

1871, Dayton; s. W. L. Bailey, Dayton, and Celestia Pope; b. Sept. 18, 1854; 
m. Leila Estelle Browning, Dayton, April 26, 1881. 

Baskin, John Bryce, lawyer, Louisville, Ky. 

1871, Tuscaloosa; s. Andrew George Baskin and Sarah Scotia Bryce; b. Dec. 
1B7, 1854; Pres. Elector, Ky., 1892; Special Judge, 1896; Referee in Bankruptcy, ap- 
pointed July 30, 1898, for 2 years; m. Mary Goode, Springfield, Ohio, May 23, 1883. 

Battle, William Augustus, commercial traveller, Birmingham. 

1871, Tuscaloosa; s. William Augustus Battle, Tuscaloosa, and Susannah Clay 
Withers; b. July 16, 1853; m- Mattie Battle, Livingston, 1885. 

*Beaird, Walter Meriwether, agent, Selma. 

1871, Orrville, Dallas Co.; b. April 3, 1856; Mail Agent, M. & B. R.R.; d. 
Feb. 26, 1900. 

Bealle, John Shepard, planter and book-keeper, Tuscaloosa. 

1872, Tuscaloosa; s. John R. Bealle and Jennie King; b. Jan. 30, 1851; m. 
Eloise Elizabeth Johnson, Gainesville, May i, 1874. 

Berry, Henry Potter, R. R. conductor, Birmingham. 

1872, Tuscaloosa; s. Obadiah Berry and Rebecca Lilius Potter; b. Feb. 6, 1855; 
m. Carrie Farmer, Tuscaloosa. 

Blewett, Claude, planter, Columbus, Miss. 

1872, Columbus, Miss.; s. Thomas Gorten Blewett, Jr., Columbus, Miss., and 
Laura Eliza Martin; b. Sept. 30, 1853; m. Bettie Wilson Griffin, Scooba, Miss., Dec. 
24, i88i. 



1873] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 223 

Boswell, Burrell Fort, fruit grower, St. Petersburg, Fla. 

1872, Selma; s. William H. Boswell, Summerfield, and Fannie Ann Fort; b. 
Oct. 28, 1855; m. Ella L. Bibb, Brooksville, Fla. 

Branscomb, James Hunter, planter, Belton, Tex. 

1872, Union Springs; s. John W. Branscomb and Sarah Virginia Thornton; 
m. Roxie Hunt, July, 1895. 

Brooks, Richard Leonidas, lawyer, Birmingham. 

1872, Selma; s. William M. Brooks. 

Burton, Oliver Hardwick, physician. Hot Springs, Ark. 

1 87 1, Tuscaloosa; s. Elijah Marquesse Burton, Tuscaloosa, and Margaret 
Vandergrift Hearn; b. July 2, 1857; Druggist, Ala. I. Hosp., 1880-84; M. D., Tulane, 
1886; m. Gertrude Belding, Hot Springs, Ark., 1897. 

♦Carpenter, Joel Pearson, planter and merchant, Bridgeville. 

1872, Vienna, Pickens Co.; s. Dr. Perry S. Carpenter and Martha Christiana 
Pearson; drowned in Tombigbee River, Aug. 16, 1878. 

Chisolm, John Grier, planter. Bridges. 

1872, Howell's Cross Roads, Dallas Co.; s. James Chisolm and Nancey Lillie 
Johnston; b. May 18, 1854; Teacher for 3 years; m. Jennie Elizabeth Gill, Mobile, 
Jan. s, 1876. 

Clopton, Frank Smith, planter, Okolona, Miss. 

1872, Aberdeen, Miss.; s. William H. Clopton, Aberdeen, and Cornelia Bran- 
don; Sheriff and Tax Collector, Chickasaw Co., Miss., 1896-1900. 

Comer, Edward Tripp, R. R. president. Savannah, Ga. 

1871, Eufaula; s. John Fletcher Comer, Cowikee, and Catherine Lucinda 
Drewry; Cotton business in Tex. up to 1899; Pres., Chattahoochie & Gulf R. R. ; m. 
Georgia Collier, Memphis, Tenn., Feb., 1877. 

*Cook, Walter Threadgill, physician, Warsaw. 

1871, Mooiie; s. Zoroaster Selman Cook, Annemanie, and Delitha A. Thread- 
gill; b. July 21, 1853; M. D., Mobile, 1875; d. in Mobile, 189 — . 

Craig, James Franklin, merchant, San Francisco, Cal. 

1871, Selma; s. James D. Craig and Elvira Susan Berry; b. April 19, 1854. 

*Craig, William Brownley, merchant. Floral City, Fla. 

1871, Madison, Madison Co.; s. Rankin Craig, Athens, and Mary Wynn; b. 
April 25, 1850; m. Mary Lou Bibb, Madison, Feb. 7, 1877; d. June 6, 1885. 

*Dansby, Charles Lee, Kaufman, Tex. 

1871, Kaufman, Tex.; s. Isaac Dansby and Seraphina Watkins; b. Aug. 12, 
1852; d. Mar. lo, 1874. 

Duke, James Washington, book-keeper, Birmingham. 

1872, Marion; s. Henry Duke and Elizabeth Belcher; m. (i) Sallie N. Wal- 
lace, (2) Olive L. Wallace, near Marion. 

*Eaton, Benjamin Glover, physician, Maplesville. 

1871, Dayton; b. Dec. 18, 1854; Clerk at Gallion and Meridian; located at 
Maplesville, for practice of med., about 1890, and died soon afterwards. 



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Eddins, Larkin Stewart, Demopolis. 

1871, Demopolisj b. Oct. 3, 1852. 

*Foster, Edgar Heard, Union Springs. 

• 1872, Union Springs; s. Sterling J. Foster and Virginia C. Heard; d. July 3, 
1873. 

Francis, James Clark, minister, Wedowee. 

1872, Jacksonville; s. Dr. Miller W. Francis and Julia Clark; b. April i, 1855; 
Minister, M. E. Church, South; m. Virginia A. Morris, Choccolocco, Dec. i, 1890. 

Edmonds, P. G., merchant, Montgomery. 

1872, York, Sumter Co.; s. Dr. Philip George Edmonds, York, and Nancy 
Madison Fluker; b. Feb. 15, 1855; m. May Virginia Thorpe, New Orleans, La., 
March 12, 1875. 

Gamble, William Anderson, agent, Memphis, Tenn. 

1872, Lafayette, Chambers Co.; s. Dr. George M. Gamble, Goodwater, and 
Emma Bonner, Carrollton, Ga. ; General Rep. for "Commercial Appeal," Memphis, 
1891-97; General Agent for Tenn. and Ark. for Kansas Mutual Life Insurance Co., 

1897 ; m. (i) Catharine Jane Baker, Goodwater, April 14, 1874, (2) Lou W. 

Wallis, Fayetteville, April 8, 1891. 

*Gamble, Zadoc Bonner, planter and machinist, Goodwater, 

1872, LaFayette, Chambers Co.; s. Dr. George M. Gamble, Goodwater, and 
Emma Bonner; Hospital Dept., Lee's Army, Jacksonville, Fla., Spanish War, 1898; 
m. Emma Dixon Baker, Nov., 1873; d. at Jacksonville, Fla., Oct. 22, 1898. 

Gillam, Harry Johnson, lawyer, Alexander City. 

1871, Loachapoka, Lee Co.; s. Harry Gillam and Mary A. Johnson; b. Jan. 4, 
1852; Teacher, 1873-74; Mayor, Dadeville, 1878-90; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1900-02; 
m. Pamela N. Parker, Coosa Co., May 22, 1879. 

Gillespie, Joseph Uriah, clerk, Coatopa. 

1872, Coatopa; s. Robert Gillespie and Mary Ann Blacksher. 

Golson, Warren Mallard, planter, Prattville. 

1871, Prattville; s. W. G. M. Golson, Prattville; b. April 6, 1856; m. Rena 
Smith, Prattville. 

Graham, Alexander Hutchinson, A. M., '8i, lawyer, Austin, Tex. 

1871, Tuskegee; s. Neill Smith Graham, Tuskegee, and Ellen Hutchinson; b. 
Nov. 25, 1852; Rep., Gen. Assem., Tex., 1895-97; m. Cornelia F. Ligon, Tuskegee, 
Jan. 18, 1876. 

Green, Pliny Miles, 

1872, Conecuh Co. 

Gresham, James Rochelle, 

1872, Lowndesboro. 

*Gullette, Frank Grayson, lawyer, Fairfield, Tex. 

1871, Camden; s. John Fades Gullette and Rebecca Jane Blackmon; b. Sept. 10, 
1853; Solicitor, Freestone Co., Tex.; d. March 8, 1880, at San Antonio. 



1873] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 225 



*Hammond, James John 

1872, Elba; d. 189 — . 

Hannon, Arthur Templeton 

1872, Elba. 

Hargrove, WilHam Robert, book-keeper, Mobile. 

1872, Mobile; s. John H. Hargrove, Mobile, and Mary C. Bonner; m. Augusta 
Pauline Wilkinson, Mobile, Nov. 20, 1879. 

Hatcher, WilHam Dunham, planter, Orrville. 

1872, Orrville; s. H. C. Hatcher; m. Miss Shields. 

*Hawkins, Hobart Welton, planter, Elyton. 

1871, Elyton; s. Nathaniel Hawkins and Hannah Maria Welton; b. May 16, 
1854; m. Martha Alice Eubank, Elyton, Sept. 17, 1874; d. May, 1890. 

Heard, John Thomas, real estate and planter, Omaha, Tex. 

1872, Pinetucky; s. E. Q. Heard, Perry Co., and Eliza Kilgore; b. Aug. 29, 
1850; Teacher at Militown, 1873-75, Ivey Creek, 1875-78, and Snow Hill, 1877; m. 
Nannie E. Parker, Militown, Autauga Co. 

Hodgson, Joseph Telfair, planter, Mineola. 

1871, Columbia, Va. ; s. William Browne Hodgson and Louisa D. Pannill; b. 
May IS, 1856; m. Edna Stiggins, Mt. Pleasant, Monroe Co., May, 1888. 

Hollis, Joseph Pickett, planter, Thomastown. 

1872, Dayton; s. John T. Hollis, Dayton, and Fanny J. Pickett; b. April 20, 
1855; m. Camie Lacy McNeil, Linden, Oct. 13, 1875. 

Johnson, George Crawford, book-keeper, Jacksonville, Fla. 

1872, Selma; s. Frank Littleton Johnson, Jacksonville, Fla., and Mattie Miller; 
m. Estelle Thomas, Norwalk, Fla., May 20, 1886. 

Johnston, Charles Poellnitz, New Orleans, La. 

1872, Tuscaloosa; s. Gen. George Doherty Johnston and Euphradia Poellnitz; 

b. March 25, 1857; Receiver of Public Money, 1893 , at New Orleans, La.; m. 

Anne Jones, Tuscaloosa, June, 1880. 

Johnston, George Burke, LL. B., '80, banker, Uniontown. 

1871, Tuscaloosa; s. Gen. George D. Johnston, Tuscaloosa, and Euphradia 
Poellnitz; b. March 9, 1854; m. Sallie Pickering, Uniontown, May, 1888. 

Johnston, Gabriel Floyd, clerk 

1 87 1, Mobile; s. H. R. Johnston, Mobile, and Kate Owen; b. April 17, 1856. 

Jones, Alfred Virgil, planter, Pickensville. 

1 87 1, Carrollton; s. Thomas Jones Carrollton, and Clementine McLendon; b. 
Feb. 23, 1854; m. Myrtie Jones, Pickens Co., Nov. 5, 1888. 

Jones, Thomas King, planter, Greensboro. 

1 87 1, Tuscaloosa; s. William Augustine Jones, Greensboro, and Margaret King; 
b. Dec. 9, 1854; Rep., Gen. Assem., from Hale Co., 1890-91. 

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Kenneworth, Francis T. 

1872, Montgomery. 

*Kernochan, Robert Thomas, planter, Florence. 

1872, Florence; s. R. T. Kernochan, Florence, and Ellen Simmons; m. Blanche 
Moore, Radcliffe, Va.; d. i88— . 

*King, Edmund Rush, planter, Tuscaloosa. 

1871, Tuscaloosa; s. Col. M. A. King and Annie S. Bealle; b. June i6, 1855; 
Sheriff, Tuscaloosa Co., 1888-92; Circuit Clerk, 1892-93; U. S. Deputy Marshal, 1893- 
97; m. Mellie Foster, Tuscaloosa; d. Nov. 22, 1900. 

King, Henry James, planter, Tuscaloosa. 

1 87 1, Tuscaloosa; s. M. A. King, Tuscaloosa, and Annie S. Bealle; b. June 
3, 1857; Chief of Police, Tuscaloosa, 1892-1900; m. Hattie M. Bealle, Foster's, Feb. 
II, 1880. 

*Lane, John Lum, Vicksburg, Miss. 

1872, Vicksburg, Miss.; s. Edward M. Lane and Laura Lum; m. Jennie Daw- 
son, 1883; d. Nov. 18, 1887. 

*Lane, William Lum, Vicksburg, Miss. 

1872, Vicksburg, Miss.; s. Edward M. Lane and Laura Lum; m. Emma Kline, 
1878; d. July, 1899. 

Lee, William Rufus, book-keeper, Pratt City. 

1872, Coatopa; s. John Robert Lee, Brewersville, and Mary Elizabeth Henson; 
Book-keeper, T. C. I. & R.R. Co.; m. (i) Mary Eaton Patton, Brewersville, Dec. 20, 
1877, (2) Dovie Eugenia Hays, Blocton, Oct. 23, 1893. 

Lide, Robert Hugh, planter, Livingston. 

1 87 1, Livingston; s. Robert Hugh Lide and Laura A. M. Brown; b. Nov. 8, 
1855; m. Cora Lee Francis, 1891. 

Lipscomb, William Robert^ 

1871, Jefferson; b. Aug. zz, 1855. 

Lupton, George Frederick, agent, San Antonio, Tex. 

1872, Romney, W. Va. ; s. Dr. Samuel R. Lupton, Romney, W. Va., and 
Amanda E. Newton; b. Jan. 5, 1855; Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, San Antonio and 
Aransas Pass Ry. ; m. Loolah Duke Hemphill, Tuscaloosa, April 23, 1878. 

Martin, Edward Bryan, merchant, Martin Station. 

1872, Martin Station, Dallas Co.; s. A. J. Martin and Harriet S. Shields; b. 
about 1855. 

McCall, • Dugall Franklin, editor, Montgomery. 

1872, Union Springs. 

McGehee, Jesse Newton, grocer, Rome, Ga. 

1872, Centre, Cherokee Co.; s. James McGehee. 

McKeithen, James Daniel, cotton broker, Montgomery. 

1872, Robinson Springs, Elmore Co. ; s. A. McKeithen and Elizabeth Scott 
Forman {nee Smith); m. Lucie Bell Portis, Suggsville, Jan. 5, 1881. 



1873] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 227 

*McLeod, John Thomas, merchant, Columbus, Ga. 

1872, Union Springs; s. William McLeod and Mariah Warmack; b. about 1854; 
d. about 1881. 

McMillan, Allen Clifton, banker, Livingston. 

1872, Coatopa; s. Drew McMillan and Elizabeth McDonald; Treas. Sumter 
Co., 1896. 

McMillan, William Sylvester, 

1871, Stockton; s. Murdock Murphy McMillan and Celia ; b. June 

30, 1856. 



Miles, Burgess, 

1872, Evansville. 

Miller, Horace Randall, planter. Temple, Tex. 

1871, Tuscaloosa; s. Alva Miller and Lucy Brown; b. Oct. 27, 1856; m. Miss 
Collins, Holly Springs, Miss. 

*Miller, Virgil Maronis, physician, Townley. 

1870, Holly Grove, Walker Co.; s. Lucius C. Miller, Holly Grove, and Mary 
Jane Leith; b. April 26, 1852; M. D., Vanderbilt, 1879; d. at Jasper, Sept. 9, 1898. 

*Milner, George Cross, mining, Chihuahua, Mex. 

1871, Columbia, Tenn.; s. Isaac Milner, Columbia, Tenn., and Joanna Rosa- 
mond Kennedy; b. Dec. 19, 1852; First Editor, then Manager, El Cuervo Mining 
Co.; m. Fanny Cooper, Columbia, Tenn., Dec. 10, 1873; d. at Culiacan, Mexico, Sept. 
28, 1883. 

Moore, Benjamin Tyson, engineering, Birmingham. 

1 87 1, Tuscaloosa; s. S. D. J. Moore, Birmingham, and Anna Mariah Forney; 
b. Jan., 1856; R. R. Grading and Construction Work; m. Mattie Christina Hogg, Au- 
tauga Co., Oct., 1880. 

Page, William Brice, planter, Bryan, Tex. 

1872, Forksepulga, Conecuh Co.; s. James Page, Tunis, Tex., and Leonora 
Hawthorne. 

*Patton, David Uriah, lawyer, Livingston. 

1872, Coatopa, Sumter Co.; s. Wayne Calloway Patton, Brewersville, and Nancy 
Elizabeth Blachsher; b. Nov. 7, 1854; m. Willie Alice Bolton, Brewersville, Dec. 9, 
1874; d. July 3, 1890. 

Peterson, Charles McLeod, real estate, Tuscaloosa. 

1 87 1, Tuscaloosa; s. Howell Decatur Peterson and Emily Hendricks; b. Dec. 
18, 1855; U. S. Dep. Revenue Collector; m. Abbie Miller, Tuscaloosa, 1879. 

Pope, James Capers, teacher and planter, Uniontown. 

1872, Uniontown; s. Abraham Lewis Pope and Ann T. Pegues; Prin., Dayton 
High School; m. Margaret Francis McCorkle, McKinley. 

Powell, Benjamin Harrison, 

1871, Hale Co.; b. March 15, 1833. 



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Rabb, Calloway Stallworth, LL. B., '78, lawyer, Evergreen. 

1872, 1877-78, Evergreen; s. Young M. Rabb, Evergreen, and Polly H. Stall- 
worth; b. Jan. 18, 184s; Mayor of Evergreen, Reg. in Chancery, Conecuh Co., 1881-85; 
m. Lilla R. Kelly, Demopolis, March i, 1882. 

Rabb, John Madison, LL. B., '87, lawyer, Brewton. 

1872, Evergreen; 1886, Castleberry, Conecuh Co.; s. Young M. Rabb. Brewton, 
and PoUie Stallworth; b. April 6, 1856; Telegraph Operator and R.R. Agent, 1875-85; 
Merchant, 1884-85; U. S. Commissioner, 1897 ; m. Mamie C. Henderson, Castle- 
berry, May I, 1897. 

Rawitch, Jacob Otto, merchant, 

1871, Tuscaloosa. 

*Reese, Francis Emmet, planter. Van Dorn. 

1872, Demopolis; s. Dr. Henry Winston Reese and Julia M. Winn; d. Nov. 
28, 1885. 

Saffold, Reuben Edmond, journalist, Rochester, N. Y. 

1872, Montgomery; s. Milton Jefferson Saffold and Martha Jane Harrison; b, 
Nov. 20, 1855; m. Elizabeth Carl, New Jersey. 

Scales, James Haynes, planter and merchant, Coatopa. 

1872, Coatopa; s. Thomas A. Scales, Coatopa, and Nancy Ella Patton; b. Dec. 
16, 1854; m. Sallie Henson, Coatopa, Jan. 25, 1881. 

'^Sessions, Donald Frederick, planter, Union Springs. 

1872, Union Springs; s. Dr. Lewe Sessions and Carrie Simmons; b. July 11, 
1857; Mayor of Union Springs; Chief Clerk in Office of Agricultural Com., 1896-97; 
m. Fannie Culver; d. July, 1897, at Hendersonville, N. C. 

Sharpe, Thomas Legard, mining, Nauvoo. 

1871, Demopolis; s. Archibald Young Sharpe, Demopolis, and Katherine 
Sledge; b. Feb. 25, 1856; Part Owner Black Creek Coal Mines; m. Mehitable Whitfield. 

Smith, James Caldwell, planter, Union. 

1872, Greene co. 

Smith, Zachary Pope, stationer, Birmingham. 

1872, Prattville; s. Joseph Ayres Smith and Isadore Cordelia Pope; m. Laura 
Perle Kouns, Memphis, Tenn., Nov. 6, 1882. 

Thomas, Walter, merchant, Palatka, Fla. 

1872, Mobile; s. N. H. Thomas, Jacksonville, Fla., and Emeline E. Agee; b. 
May, 1856; m. Marie Cecile Canning, Mobile, Oct. 15, 1883. 

Thornton, William James, Mobile. 

1 87 1, Clarke Co.; b. Oct. 12, 1852. 

Threadgill, Marshall Eugene, planter, Arlington. 

1871, Clifton, Wilcox Co.; s. John W. Threadgill, Arlington, and Mary Bos- 
well; b. June 10, 1854; m. Mary S. Wilkinson, Magnolia, Marengo Co., July 18, 1877. 



1874] Graduates with Titled Degrees 229 

Turner, Clarence Brittan, A. M., '92, insurance, Tuscaloosa. 

1 87 1, Tuscaloosa; s. Joseph Pittman Turner, Va., and Mary Walker Brittan; 
b. Jan. 3, 185s; Oil Inspector, 6th Dist., Ala., 1897-98; m. Pattie Harrison, Tusca- 
loosa, Dec. 20, 1882. 

Vaughan, George Septimus, planter, Summerfield. 

187 1, Summerfield; s. Dr. Samuel Watkins Vaughan, Selma, and Martha Wil- 
liams Turner; b. Nov. 3, 1852; m. Emma Alonzo McGill, Orrville, Nov. 30, 1882. 

Waller, Percy Hamilton, planter, Greensboro. 

1871, Greensboro; s. Robert B. Waller and Sarah A. Tinker; b. Oct. 7, 1851. 

Ware, James Chambers, 

1872, Uniontown. 

Webb, Henry McCurry, 

1872, Jackson, Tenn. 

Williams, Caleb Evant, 

1872, Jefferson, Marengo Co. 

1874. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

Bradfield, George Hamilton, A.M., (See 1872). 

Brockway, Dudley Samuel, B. S., physician, Livingston. 

1872, Livingston; s. Dr. A. E.' Brockway, Gaston, and M. E. Horn; b. March 
30, 1853; M. D., Mobile, 1878, and Jefferson Med. Col., 1881; m. (i) Sallie M. Patton, 
Brewersville, March 4, 1885, (2) Mary Ella Stansel, Carrollton, Nov. 8, 1893. 

Clements, Luther Marion, LL. B., (See 1873). 

Crawford, Arthur Duncan, Ph. B., LL. B., planter, Rockford. 

1871, Rockford; s. Daniel Crawford, Rockford, and Annie J. McNeil; b. 
April 13, 1851, Autauga Co. 

*Fitts, John Henry, A. M., planter, Faunsdale. 

1871, Uniontown; s. Samuel A. Fitts and Sarah Elizabeth Alston; b. Oct. s, 
1852; d. Aug. 23, 1883. 

Jemison, Robert, LL. B., capitalist, Birmingham. 

1871, Tuscaloosa; s. Capt. William H. Jemison and Elizabeth Armentine Pat- 
rick; b. Sept. 12, 1853; Pres., Light and Power Co. and St. R'way Co.; m. Eugenia 
Rebecca Sorsby, Tuscaloosa, Oct. 25, 1876. 

*Jemison, William Carlos, LL. B., journalist, Tuscaloosa. 

1872, Tuscaloosa; s. Capt. William H. Jemison, East Lake, and Elizabeth Ar- 
mentine Patrick; b. Dec. 2, 1850; 2nd Sgt., C. S. A.; Master, St. John's Parochial 
School, Huntingden, Baltimore, Md., 1868-69; Mayor of Tuscaloosa, 1880-90; 1894-1900; 
Editor Tuscaloosa Times; m. (i) Eliska Leftwich, Ocean Springs, Miss., Feb. 24, 
1879, (2) Clara Roberta Jones, Talladega, July 10, 1889; d. at Galveston, Tex., 
March 28, 1901. 

McCorvey, Thomas Chalmers, LL. B., (See 1873). 



330 Record of Students [1874 

Moody, Frank Sims, LL. B., banker, Tuscaloosa. 

1872, Tuscaloosa; s. Washington Moody and Jane Hamilton Sims; A. B., 
Washington and Lee Univ., 1870; State Senator, 1894-1900; Pres. First Nat. Bank, 
Tuscaloosa; practiced Law and engaged in Farming; m. Mary Farley Maxwell, Tusca- 
loosa, Jan. 5, 1876. 

Paine, George Carter, A. B., lawyer, Aberdeen, Miss. 

1872, Aberdeen, Miss.; s. Bishop Robert Paine and Mary Eliza Millwater; 
Capt., State Militia, 1875-76; m. Annie Green Fite, Nashville, Tenn., April 9, 1884. 

Prince, Isaac Hamilton, LL. B. 

1873, Lee Co. 

*Prince, Sherwood, LL. B., lawyer, Tuscaloosa. 

1873, Tuscaloosa; s. Edmond Prince and Lavinia Terrell; d. Sept. 2, 1875. 

Watts, Thomas Henry, LL. B., B. S., lawyer, Montgomery. 

1871, Montgomery; s. Gov. Thomas Hill Watts, Montgomery, and Eliza Brown 
Allen; b. Aug. 3, 1853; Ass't Sec, Constitu. Conven., 1875; Pres., Council of Mont., 
1892-93; Mem., Constitu. Conven., 1901; m. Johness Bealle Eddins, Tuscaloosa, Dec. 
8, 1875. 

1874. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

*Barnard, George Massey, Mobile. 

1873, Mobile; d. at home while a Student, 1874. 

Donoho, Edward, travelling salesman, Louisville, Ky. 

1 87 1, Tuscaloosa; s. Monroe Donoho, Tuscaloosa, and Annie Eliza Glascock; 
b. Nov. 22, 1854; m. Lizzie Mehringer, Louisville, Ky. 

Hamilton, Jefferson Porter, minister, Geneva. 

1872, Mobile; s. Dr. Jefferson Hamilton, Mobile, and Emeline Porter; Minister, 
M. E. Church, South; m. Bessie G. Merritt, Marianna, Fla., Dec. 15, 1885. 

Hargrove, Francis Marion, Florence. 

1872, Columbus, Miss.; s. William Henry Hargrove, and Sarilla Vaughan; As- 
phalt Roofing business; m. Velma Leftwich, Tuscaloosa, Oct. s, 1875. 

*Horton, Rufus Kirkland, planter, Pleasant Ridge. 

1872, Pleasant Ridge; s. William Horton and Mary Kirkland; b. Oct. 24, 1854; 
m. Clara Peak Sanders, Pleasant Ridge, March, 1876; d. March 12, 1897. 

*Johnston, Thomas Duggar, planter, Marion Junction. 

1873, Selma; d. 1881. 

Jones, Sidney Owen, lawyer and land agent, Cameron, Tex. 

1871, Pickens Co.; s. Thomas Jones and Clementine McLendon; b. Sept. 11, 
1856; m. Cora Annie Darnell. 

^Kennedy, David Patton, merchant, Tuscaloosa. 

1872, Tuscaloosa; s. John Spinks Kennedy and Mary Emeline Kennedy; b. 
Dec. 18, 1853; m. Sallie Mitchell, Tuscaloosa; d. March 27, 1888. 



1875 1 Graduates with Titled Degrees 231 

Kennedy, Edward Jennings, musician, Tuscaloosa. 

1864-65; 1872, Tuscaloosa; s. John Spinks Kennedy and Mary Emiline Kennedy; 
b. Feb. I, 1855. 

Minor, William Tompkins, merchant, Trinity Station. 

1873, Morgan Co. 

Nettles, James Archie, 

1873, Wilcox Co. 

Pearson, Charles Lafayette, lawyer and planter, Dadeville. 

1872, Montgomery; s. James M. Pearson, Dadeville, and Elizabeth Ann Brown; 
b. April 10, 1854; Mem., 4th Bat., 3rd Reg., 19th Brig., French Army; Student, 
Polytechnique School of France, 1879; Presidential Elector, 1892; Brig.-Gen. of 
Militia, Ala. S. T., under Govs. Houston, Cobb and O'Neal. 

Perkins, Julian Constantine, dentist, Tuscaloosa. 

1872, Tuscaloosa; s. Stephen C. Perkins and Caroline A. Walker; b. Oct. 14, 
1853; m. Mamie S. Kennedy, Tuscaloosa, Nov. 27, 1878. 

Prince, Clement Sidney, planter, Tuscaloosa. 

1871, Tuscaloosa; s. Oliver Thomas Prince and Anne S. Clements; b. July 23, 
1854- 

Voltz, James William, R. R. conductor, Selma. 

1872, Harrell's, Dallas Co.; s. Charles Franklin Voltz and Catherine Moore; b. 
Feb. 25, 1857; m. Eula Chisolm, Harrell's, Dallas Co. 

1875. Graduates with Titled Degrees 
*Baugh, Richard, A. M., teacher. Little Rock, Ark. 

1871, Tuscaloosa; s. Richard B. Baugh and Virginia W. Leftwich; b. March 20, 
1855; LL. B., Vanderbilt, 1876; m. Arka Mallette, Dallas, Ark., Dec. 21, 1890; d. 
May 22, 1898. 

*Bradfield, Robert Baldwin, A. M., Uniontown. 

1872, Uniontown; s. Dr. John Bradfield and Emily Perkins; d. at Pascagoula, 
Miss., Aug. 13, 1875. 

*Clark, Thomas Walker, A. M., LL. B. '76, lawyer, Brooksville, 
Fla. 

1872, Selma; s. Dr. Thomas J. Clark, Selma, and Nancy Walker Davis; City 
Attorney, Selma; Solicitor, Dallas Co., Ala.; m. Sallie Brent Lewis, Dallas Co., Nov. 
12, 1879; d. at Fort Dade, Fla., Jan. 24, 1884. 

Foster, Sumner Bacon, A. B., A. M., LL. B., '76, teacher, Bon- 
ham, Tex. 

1873, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. Joshua H. Foster and Frances Cornelia Bacon; Teacher 
at Tuscaloosa, 1876-78, Pineville, 1878-80, Union Springs, 1880-82; Pres., A. C. F. 
Col., 1884-90; Supt., Public Schools at West End, Atlanta, Ga., i year, Oxford, 
Miss., I year, Gonzales, Tex., 2 years, Calvert, Tex., i year, and Bonham, Tex., 
1899 . 



232 Record of Students [1875 

*Martin, Howard Dent, B. S., planter, Macon, Miss. 

1872, Pickensville ; s. John Holmes Martin and Tranquilla Taylor; b. Nov. 21, 
1854; m. Fannie Swann, Noxubee Co., Miss., Nov. 16, 1876; d. Feb. 13, 1880, at 
Pickensville. 

Myers, Claiborne Clifton, B. S., LL. B., '76, merchant, Barlow 
Bend. 

1872, Montgomery; s. Clairborne Clifton Myers and Georgiana O'Bannon; 
b. Aug. 12, 1853; Mining in Colorado, 1880-83; m. Ada Augusta Bryant, Clarke Co., 
April 14, 1886. 

Neal, Augustus Loorais, B. S., LL. B., ''](>, lawyer. Rolling Fork, 
Miss. 

1873, Providence; s. A. L. Neal, Providence, Pickens Co., and Sarah Jane 
Snoddy; b. Oct. 29, 1853; m. Mary Ella Darby, Coldwater, Miss., Dec. zj, 1899. 

Owen, Benjamin Ligon, B. S., planter and merchant, Columbus, 

Miss. 

1873, Tuscaloosa; s. F. C. Oviren, Lawrence Co., and Lucy Harris; b. Sept. i, 
1853; Treas., Lowndes Co., Miss., 1896-1900; Agent, Mutual Benefit Ins. Co.; m. 
Tennie T. Watson, Columbus, Miss., Sept. 21, 1876. 

Padelford, Robert Josephus, B. S., physician, Belgona, Miss. 

1872, Hinds Co., Miss.; s. T. D. Padelford, Edwards, Miss., and Sarah Margaret 
Burton; b. March 27, 1853; M. D., Vanderbilt, 1882; m. Annie Bond Moss, Oakley, 
Miss., Jan. i, 1901. 

Smith, Joseph Riley, Jr., B. S., mine operator, Birmingham. 

1872, Elyton; s. Dr. Joseph R. Smith, Birmingham, and Margaret Harvey 
Jordan; b. Feb. 23, 1856; Pres., Little Cahaba Coal Co.; m. Kate Molton, Birmingham. 

1875, Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

Alexander, William Burford, real estate, Selma. 

1874, Perryville; s. Josiah Alexander, Felix, and Elizabeth Angeline Burford; 
b. Aug. 26, 1853; Rep-. Gen. Assem., 1892-94; Planter to 1898; m. Ella Bonner 
Hogue, Mulberry, Tenn. 

Allison, James Finnell, planter and minister, Trinity. 

1874, Gurleyville; s. David Allison and Jane Drake; b. Sept. 15, 1856; patented 
Car Coupler, Fish Trap, Churn, etc.; Minister, M. E. Church, South; m. Maggie 
Delong, Trinity, 1878. 

Bell, James Edward, minister, Burnet, Tex. 

1874, Fayetteville ; s. A. F. Bell, Fayetteville, and Elizabeth Middleton; Private, 
ist Sgt. and 2nd Lieut., 41st Ala. Reg., C. S. A.; Teacher and Minister of Baptist 
Church (Ala., 1869-79, since then in Tex.), now Pastor of Burnet and Marble Falls 
Churches; m. Josephine Shelton, Fayetteville, Dec. 14, 1865. 

Cunningham, William Alexander, cotton buyer, Nashville, Tenn. 

1874, Courtland; s. William Cunningham and Isabella Cunningham Leckey; 
Wholesale Grocery and Cotton Commission at Nashville; Now, 1900-01, Cotton 
Buyer at Palestine, Tex.; m. Maggie Miller, Nashville, Tenn., June, 1884. 



1876] Graduates with Titled Degrees 233 



Gill, Rufus Franklin, 

1874, Selma. 

Jemison, John Steele, LL. B., '78, lawyer and planter, LaFayettc, 

1872, Tuscaloosa; s. William H. Jemison and Elizabeth Armentine Patrick; 
b. Feb. 4, 1856; m. Margarette Allen, LaFayette. 

*Johnston, Charles Winnamore, planter, Marion Junction. 

1873, Selma; s. William Johnston and Amanda Staten; m. Nannie L. Jackson, 
Howell, May, 1878; d. 1879- 

Lees, Ralph Wolfenden, mechanical engineer, New Orleans, La. 

1874, Tuscaloosa; s. James Lees, Natchez, Miss., and Elmira E. Hanley; b. 
Dec. 22, 1861; Master Mechanic, Standard Guano Co., Standard Cotton Seed Oil Co., 
National Acid Co.; m. Lottie M. Hazlip, Natchez, Miss., Aug. 17, 1884. 

*Miller, John Kleber, cotton broker, Huntsville. 

1874, Huntsville; s. Joseph H. Miller and Henrietta Virginia Crutcher; b. April 
14, 1859; m. Minnie Forrest Landman, Huntsville; d. Jan. 10, 1897. 

Owen, Frank Caleb, trav. salesman, St. Louis, Mo. 

1874, Courtland; s. Allen G. Owen, Courtland, and Mrs. Martha Almon {nee 
Hays). 

*Prince, William Terrell, planter, (See 1865). 

Smith, Carlos Green, railroad employee. Fort Worth, Tex. 

1874, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. Carlos G. Smith, Palatka, Fla., and Martha Ashe; b. 
March 28, 1858; m. Willie Wright, Dallas, Tex., 1882. 

Taylor, Solomon McAlpine, lawyer, Waco, Tex. 

1871, Tuscaloosa; s. Joseph W. Taylor, Tuscaloosa, and — McAlpine; b. 

April 13, 1857. 

1876. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

Baskin, John Bryce, LL. B., (See 1873). 

Bradfield, John Warren, A. B., physician, Charlotte, N. C. 

1874, Uniontown, Perry Co.; s. Dr. John Bradfield and Emily Perkins; m. 
Elizabeth Davidson, Uniontown. 

*Chadwick, George Hanson, B. S., Havana, Cuba. 

1874, Huntsville; s. John D. Chadwick, Huntsville, and Fanny Cox; Clerk in 
Adj. -Gen. Office, War Dept., W^ashington; Clerk at Headquarters of Gen. Brook, 
Cuba, 1899; m. Grace Harvey, Washington, Nov. is, 1898; d. Oct. 21, 1899. 



*Chapman, Reuben, Jr., B. S., planter, Huntsville. 

1874, Huntsville; s. Reuben Chapman, Huntsville, and Felicia Pickett; m. 
Rosalie Floyd Sheffey, Huntsville, Nov. 16, 1882; d. April 24, 1891. 

*Clark, Thomas Walker, LL. B., (See 1875). 



234 Record of Students [1876 

Foster, Sumner Bacon, LL. B., A. M., (See 1875). 

*Holiday, John Weems, A. M., lawyer, Aberdeen, Miss. 

1874, Aberdeen, Miss.; s. Col. John Holiday and Maria Grimes Speight; LL. 
B., Univ. of Miss., 1879; d. iVxarch 15, 1881. 

Kelly, James Alexander, Jr., A. M., lawyer, Wetumpka. 

1 87 1, Coosa Co.; s. James A. Kelly, Kelly ton, and Margaret Patterson; b. 
May 16, 1856. 

Love, Preston Bonner, LL. B., planter, Whitesburg. 

187s, Huntsville; s. Joel Robery Love and Harriet Elizabeth McLeod; m. Lizzie 
Cannon Hough, Morgan Co., March 22, 1896. 

Martin, James Benson, LL. B., lawyer, Gadsden, 

1875, Jacksonville; s. James B. Martin, Jacksonville, and Mary E. Nisbet; m. 
Charlsie Ward, Gadsden, Dec. 12, 1882. 

Myers, Claiborne Clifton, LL. B., (See 1875). 

Neal, Augustus Loomis, LL. B., (See 1875). 

*Patton, William Henry, A. M., merchant and planter, Knoxville. 

1874, Knoxville; s. Thomas Jefferson Patton and Jane McGiffert; b. Nov. 24, 
1854; m. Minnie Permelia Pierce, Knoxville, Sept., 1885; d. May, 1892. 

Peck, Samuel Minturn, A. M., author. New York. 

1 87 1, Tuscaloosa; s. E. Wolsey Peck, Tuscaloosa, and Lucy Lamb Randall; b. 
Nov. 14, 1855; Author, "Cap and Bells," "Rings and Love Knots," "Rhymes and 
Roses," Contributor to Periodicals. 

Pettus, Richard Emmett, A. B., A. M., 1877, grocer, Huntsville. 

1874, Huntsville; s. William Rowlett Pettus, Huntsville, and Charlotte Harris 
Day; b. Nov. i8, 1853; Asst. Prof., Chem., Univ. of Ala., 1876-77; Prin., Cluttsville 
Acad., 1877-79; Editor, Huntsville Independent; m. Julia Augusta Gunn, Trinity, 
Jan. 14, 1885. 

Prude, James Oscar, B. S., insurance, Tuscaloosa. 

1873, Cottondale; s. William Wellington Prude, Tuscaloosa Co., and Lucretia 
Eliza Owen; b. Sept. 23, 1856; Clerk, Probate Court, 1880-84; Sheriif, 1884-88; Clerk, 
Circuit Court, Tuscaloosa Co., 1893-99; Planter; m. Lucy Avery Brown, Hinds Co., 
Miss., Dec. 20, 1882. 

*Sanders, Horace Vernet, LL. B., lawyer, Columbus, Miss. 

1875, Columbus, Miss.; s. W. C. Sanders, San Antonio, Tex., and Helen Louise 
Percell; A. M., 1875, Centre Col.; d. at Columbus, Miss., July, 1877. 

Wyman, Benjamin Leon, A. M., physician, Birmingham. 

1871, Tuscaloosa; s. William Stokes Wyman, University, and Melissa Dearing; 
b. Aug. I, 1856; M. D., Univ. of Va., 1878, Univ. of N. Y., 1879; Asst, Surgeon, Ala. 
Ins. Hosp., 1881-85 ; Capt., Warrior Guards, 1883-85, Birmingham Rifles, 1886-88; 

Prof., Birmingham Med. Col., 1894 , Dean of same, April, 1898 ; m. Mrs. 

Elizabeth Alabama Brown Ware, Birmingham. 



1876] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 235 

1876. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 
Bradford, Henry Sheffey, merchant, Huntsville. 

1874, Huntsville; s. H. G. Bradford, Huntsville, and Mary A. Ward; b. March 
15. 1856; m. Dora Hereford, Maysville, March 20, 1878. 

Caldwell, Samuel Sidney, book-keeper, Tuscaloosa. 

1873, Tusc.-iloosa; s. John S. Caldwell and Mary Ann Eddins; b. May 15, 1858. 

Clark, Samuel Hood, planter, Tribbett, Miss. 

187s, Bridgeville; s. Thomas Jeflferson Clark, Bridgeville, and Elizabeth Jane 
Hood; m. Mamie Smarr, Pleasant Ridge, April 14, 1886. 

Clarke, Henry C. 

1875, Nashville, Tenn. 

Fitts, William Faulcon, banker, Tuscaloosa. 

1874, Tuscaloosa; s. James Harris Fitts and Mary Elizabeth Burges; b. Feb. 

18, 1856; Cashier, Bank J. H. Fitts & Co., 1877 ; Pres., Tuscaloosa Cotton Mills, 

1896-97; m. Annie Spiller, Tuscaloosa, Sept. 13, 1876. 



Folse, Alcee S. 

1874, Napoleonville, La. 

^Hargrove, George Vaughan, planter, Columbus, Miss. 

1875, Columbus, Miss.; s. William Henry Hargrove and Sarilla Vaughan; d. 
Oct., 1879. 

Harrison, Derrell, minister, Mariposa, Cal. 

1874, Tuscaloosa; s. Benjamin S. Harrison, Tuscaloosa, and Adaline H. Sim- 
mons; Mem. Pacific Con., M. E. Church, South. 

Jack, Charles Elbert, planter, Havana. 

1875, Havana; s. James Jack, Havana, Hale Co., and Julia Witherspoon. 

Jinkins, Frank Pierce, banker, Aberdeen, Miss. 

1874, Aberdeen, Miss.; s. Elias Jinkins, Aberdeen, Miss., and Susan M. 
McNamara; b. June 30, 1857; LL. B., Cumberland Univ., Lebanon, Tenn.; Pres., 
ist Nat. Bank, Aberdeen, Miss., 1883 ; City Treas., 1896-98; m. Willie C. Bras- 
field, Aberdeen, June 20, 1883. 

King, Edwin Clifton, planter, Leighton. 

1875, Leighton; s. Philemon King, Leighton, and Eliza J. Madding; m. Gazelle 
Delany. 

King, Paul, LL. B., 1877, planter, King. 

187s, Lower Peach Tree, Wilcox Co.; s. William Dock King, Lower Peach 
Tree, and Rebecca Singleton Tait; b. March i6, 1856; m. Thomas Clementine De 
Loach, Clay Hill, Marengo Co., Jan. 27, 1880. 

Lacy, John H. 

1875, Huntsville. 



236 Record of Students [^^7^ 
Lawson, Richard M. 

1873, Navasota and Whorton, Tex. 

Leach, Sewell Jones, Tuscaloosa. 

1874, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. Sewell Jones Leach, Tuscaloosa, and Elizabeth Faulcon 
Fitts; b. March 30, 1857; Book-keeper, 1888-94; Man., Laundry and Electric Light 

Plant, U. of Ala., 1894-97; Gen. Man. for S. F. Alston Fur. Co., 1897 ; m. Kate 

Brantley Warren, Tuscaloosa, Dec. 16, 1880. 

LeBlance, Andre PhiHp, 

1874, Napoleonville, La. 

Lees, Samuel Stephen, engineer, New York. 

1875, Tuscaloosa; s. James Lees, Natchez, Miss., and Elmira E. Hanley; b. 
Jan. 10, 1859; V. Pres., S. S. Burt Co., New Orleans, Contract, and Consulting En- 
gineers, The Sterling Co., 26 Cortlandt St., N. Y. ; m. Ella McDonald, Natchez, Miss., 
Feb. 2, 1887. 

Long, Henry Whitfield, merchant, Carrollton, Ga. 

187s, Jasper; s. Benjamin M. Long and Amanda Wooden; Merchant at Cor- 
dova, 1884-99, and Carrollton, Ga., 1899 ; m. Lulu Manderville, Carrollton, Ga. 

Long, James Benjamin, physician, Abbeville. 

1875, Abbeville; s. James B. Long, Troy, and Mary Jane Gates; M. D., Louis- 
ville Med. Col., 1882; m. Annie Jefferson Curry, Abbeville, July 6, 1882. 

Maurin, Edmund, lawyer, Donaldsonville, La. 

187s, Donaldsonville, La.; s. Major Victor Maurin, Donaldsonville, La., and 
Lisa Vives; b. Nov. 4, 1858; Clerk in New Orleans P. O., Custom House and U. S. 
Internal Revenue Office, 1880-89. 

Pegues, Samuel Fitts, engineer, Chicago, 111. 

1874, Springville; s. Col. J. J. Pegues, Tuscaloosa, and Caroline M. Fitts; b. 
Dec. 8, 1858; Deputy Clerk, Circuit Court, Tuscaloosa Co., 1882-87; Clerk, Engineering 
Dept., U. S. Gov., 1879-82, 1887 ; m. Mattie Alexander, Rome, Ga. 

Pettus, Wilbur Egbert, grocer, Huntsville. 

1875, Cluttsville; s. William Rowlett Pettus, Huntsville, and Charlotte Harris 
Day; b. July 6, 1853. 

*Pitts, Arthur Bevin Dandridge, planter, Panther Burn, Miss. 

1875, Uniontown; s. Philip Henry Pitts, Uniontown, and Margaret Davidson; 
d. July, 1888. 

Rice, Harvey, R. R. business, 

1875, Northport; s. George W. Rice, Laplace, and Martha Slaughter. 

Scruggs, John W. 

187s, Huntsville. 

Tierce, William Vaughan, minister, Corona. 

1874, Northport; s. George Andrew Tierce, Northport, and Sarah Elizabeth 
Doss; b. July 8, 1848; Teacher and Local Preacher, M. E. Church, South; m. Flor- 
ence S. Rosser, Feb. 21, 1897. 



1877] Graduates with Titled Degrees 237 

Watkins, Robert Henry, editor, Huntsville. 

1874, Huntsville; s. Robert H. Watkins, Huntsville, and Mary Margaret Carter; 
b. July 6, 1857; Editor Evening Post; m. Mary Lindsay. 

White, Addison, planter, Whitesburg. 

1874, Huntsville; s. Col. Thomas W. White and Susan W. Bradley. 

White, Frank Smith, planter, Whitesburg. 

1874, Huntsville; s. Thomas Wilson White and Susan W. Bradley; Conductor 
on R.R. 10 years. 

Williams, William Harris, merchant, Helena. 

187s, McCalla, Jefferson Co.; s. Thomas Lightfoot Williams and Matura 
McKinney. 

1877. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

*Baltzell, Richard Henly, A. M., teacher, Forkland. 

1873, Forkland; d. at Bluff Creek, La., June 6, 1880. 

*Battle, Josiah Davis, A. B., planter, Huntsville. 

1874, Huntsville; d. May 30, 1882. 

*Betts, Rostan, A. B., lawyer, Huntsville. 

187s, Huntsville; s. Edward C. Betts and Virginia A. Swoope; b. Jan. 16, i860; 
d. May 18, 1887. 

Bonner, William Joel, A. B., A. M., '78, lawyer, Camden. 

187s, Rosebud; s. Major James Bonner, Rosebud, and Julia Newberry; b. Sept. 
20, 1859; Circuit Clerk, Wilcox Co., 1880-92; m. Ida Marlow, Camden, April, 1882. 

Bradford, Chapman, A. B., lawyer, Dallas, Tex. 

1876, Talladega; s. Taul Bradford, Talladega, and Mary Isabella Hardie; b. 
Oct. 28, 1858. 

Clayton, Henry Delamar, Jr., A. B., LL. B., '78, lawyer, Eufaula. 

1875, Clayton; s. Gen. Henry D. Clayton, University, and Victoria V. Hunter; 
b. Feb. 10, 1859; Reg. in Chanc, Barbour Co., 1880-84; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala. 
Leg., 1890-92; U. S. Attorney, Middle Dist., Ala., 1893-96; Mem. Congress, 1896 — ; 
m. Virginia Ball Allen, 1882. 

*Coleman, Daniel Burbage, A. B., Nashville, Tenn. 

1873, Tuscaloosa; s. James Lockhart Coleman, Athens, and Katherine Lester; 
b. March 31, 1858; Sec, Bransford Hardware Co.; d. Nov. 2, 1884. 

Coleman, Granville Lester, A. B., insurance, Columbia, Tenn. 

187s, Tuscaloosa; s. James Lockhart Coleman, Athens, and Katherine Lester; 
b. Jan. 13, i860; State Agent, Michigan Mutual Life Ins. Co., Tenn. 

Cross, William Ciprianus, A. B., A. M., '84, physician. Union- 
town. 

1875, Cherokee, Colbert Co.; s. Dr. William C. Cross, Cherokee, and Mary F. 
Harris; b. July 31, 1856; M. D., Vanderbilt Univ., 1880; State Senator, 1886-88; m. 
(i) Belle T. Prince, Tuscaloosa, 1878, (2) Lida Jennings, Newberne, 1894. 



238 'Record of Students [^^77 

Foster, Guy, A. B., planter, Tuscaloosa. 

1875, Foster's; s. James Collier Foster and Jane Elizabeth Ware; b. Oct. lo, 
i8ss; ni- Annie Ella King, Feb. 15, 1881. 

Foster, John Strickland, A. M., engineering, Jasper. 

1873; 1879, Tuscaloosa; s. William Strickland Foster, Jasper, and Sarah Agnes 
Owen; b. Feb. 25, 1857; R-R- Contractor. 

Hampton, John Manoah, A. B., planter, Meridianville. 

1875, Huntsville; s. John P. Hampton, Meridianville, and Susie Burt, Columbus, 
Miss.; b. Aug. 4, 1857; m. Mary Rebecca Otey, Meridianville. 

*Hendrick, John Leonard, A. B., A. M., '78, lawyer. Fort Smith, 
Ark. 

1876, Talladega; s. James Yancey Hendrick and Julia Harding; b. May i6, 
1859; LL. B., Univ. of Miss.; Judge, City Court, Fort Smith, Ark.; m. Thula Hardie, 
Montgomery, April 13, 1881; d. March 7, 1894. 

King, Paul, LL. B., (See 1876). 

Lewis, Winfield Scott, A. B., LL. B., '78, lawyer. Mobile. 

1874, Mobile; s. William Lewis, Mobile, and Herminia Rabby; b. 1857; Rep., 
Gen. Assem., 1888-91; Grand Master, Independent Order of Odd Fellows, 1901 . 

Logan, Stephen Douglas, LL. B., lawyer and planter, Centreville. 

1876, Centreville; s. John Hunt Logan, Centreville, and Lavinia Mosley; b. 
May 29, 1859; Supt., Educa., for Bibb Co., 1886-90; m. (i) Mamie V. Gardner, Cen- 
treville, Nov. I, 1885, (2) Alice A. Ivey, Talladega, Jan. 20, 1898. 

Meek, William Cannon, A. B., A. M., '8i, lawyer, Columbus, 

Miss. 

1874, Columbus, Miss.; s. Hon. Samuel Mills Meek and Mary Louisa Cannon; 
b. May 21, 1857; Adm. to Bar, Nov. i, 1878; Attorney, M. & O. R. R., 1886 — . 

Morrissette, Edward Robison, A. B., A. M., '78, planter, Perdue 
Hill. 

1874, Lower Peach Tree, Wilcox Co.; s. George Gaines Morrissette, Bells Land- 
ing, and Cornelia Robison; b. 1859; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1880-82; U. S. Mar- 
shal, 1893-97; Mem., Constitu. Con., 1901; m. Ida Marshall, Perdue Hill, June 19, 
1883. 

Parke, Clifford White, A. B., cotton exporter, Selma. 

1876, Selma; s. Dr. Clifford Daniel Parke, Selma, and Louisa Swift; b. Nov. 
10, 1859; m. Annie Louise Bungert, Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 3, 1883. 

Pettus, Richard Emmett, A. M., (See 1876). 

*Richardson, William Elijah, A. M., LL. B., '79> lawyer, Mont- 
gomery. 

1873; 1879, Molino, Fla. ; s. Frank Epps Richardson and Ann Maria Robinson; 
b. Dec. 15, 1855; m. Minnie Reese, Montgomery, 1884; d. Jan. 13, 1895. 

Sheild, Edwin, Jr., A. B. A. M., '78, New York. 

1875, Uniontown; s. Edwin Sheild, Uniontown, and Mary Jane Semple; b. 



1877] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 239 

Dec. 16, 1856; Teacher at Uniontown, 1878-80; Cotton Buyer at Montgomery, 
1880-87; Member Firm, J. C. Graham and Co., Cotton Exchange, N. Y. ; Residence, 
Westfield, N. J.; m. Mildred Christian, Baltimore, June 16, 1886. 

^Shorter, Clement Clay, A. M., LL. B., '78, Eufaula. 

1875, Eufaula; s. Eli Sims Shorter, Eufaula, and Mariette Fannin; b. Feb. 
I, 1856; Asst. Sec, Gen. Assem., 1882-88; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1888-90; Speaker 
of House, 1889-90; d. June 16, 1890. 

Smith, Oliver Fleetwood, A. B., clerk, Mobile. 

1875, Mobile; s. Nathan Smith and Eliza Catherine Scott; b. April 7, 1856; 
m. (1) Minnie Harris, Sumterville, (2) Minnie Threefoot, April 7, 1887. 

Stallings, Jesse F., A. B., lawyer, Greenville. 

1873, Greenville; s. Reuben Stallings, Greenville, and Lucy Ferguson; b. 
April 4, 1856; Solicitor, 2nd Jud. Circuit, 1886-92; Rep., U. S. Congress, 2nd Dist., 
Ala., 1893-1901; m. (i) Ella McAllister, Eufaula, March 7, 1883, (2) Belle McAllister, 
Eufaula, July, 1887. 

*Thornton, Leander Earle, A. B., A. M., '78, teacher. West Bend. 

1876, Coffeeville, Clarke Co.; s. Hon. Eli S. Thornton, Coffeeville, and Mar- 
garet Earle Scruggs; d. July 28, 1880. 

Wier, Charles Nathaniel, A. B., planter and insurance, Sherman. 

1872, Livingston; s. Peter Wier and Harriet E. Hibler; Agent Mutual Benefit 
Life Ins. Co., Newark, N. J.; m. Annie Moore Oliver, Sherman, April 23, 1877. 

Wood, Sterling Alexander, A. B., LL. B., Birmingham. 

1874, Tuscaloosa; s. Gen. S. A. M. Wood and Lelia E. Leftwich; b. April 6, 
1859; City Att'y for Tuscaloosa, 1880-90; Private Sec. to Ala. Supreme Ct., 1884-87, 
Clerk, Ala. Supreme Ct., 1892-98; Mem., Advisory Committee, Society Alumni, 
1895 ; ni- Ida May Richardson, Tuscaloosa, Aug. 16, 1887. 

*Woodward, William Wallace, LL. B., lawyer, Cleburne, Tex. 

1876, Jacksonville; s. Ed. L. Woodward, Jacksonville, and Melinda Jane 
Francis; b. Oct. 20, 1856; d. Aug. 9, 1886. 

1877. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

Aicardi, Robert S., U. S. Army. 

1876, Selma; Private, U. S. A., in Philippine War, 1899 . 

Ash, John Winston, physician and druggist, Springville. 

1875, Ashville; s. George W. Ash, Branchville, and Susan Gilbert; b. Aug. 18, 
1856; M. D., Tulane Univ., 1878; m. Carrie Byers, Ashville, March 30, 1881. 

Auxford, John William, merchant and planter, Hull. 

1876, Hull, Tuscaloosa Co.; s. F. M. Auxford and Sarah Sartain; b. Jan. 12, 
1859; m. Louisa Lewis, Moundville. 

Banks, Willis, merchant and planter, Bent Oaks, Miss. 

1874, Columbus, Miss.; s. James Oliver Banks and Martha Coleman; b. May 23, 
1847; m. Jennie Dunlap, Eutaw, Ala., June 26, 1895. 



240 Record of Students [^^77 



Baxter, John A. 

1876, Tuscaloosa Co. 

Billups, John Marshall, Jr., broker and banker. New York. 

1875, Columbus, Miss.; s. Maj. John M. Billups, Columbus, Miss., and Sallie 
Gavan; b. Aug. 8, i860. 

*Bush, James J., planter, Macon, Miss. 

1876, Brooksville, Miss.; s. A. C. Bush, Brenham, Tex., and Mary Ann Cun- 
ningham; d. April 22, 1878. 

Bush, William Roby, book-keeper, Macon, Miss. 

1876, Macon, Miss.; s. A. H. Bush, Macon, Miss., and Edna A. Roby. 

Byars, Travis Mitchael, editor, Oakman. 

1876, Blount Springs; s. William G. Byars, Blount Springs, and Mary J. 
Thomas; m. Mary C. Jones, Blount Springs, Dec. 24, 1878. 

Caldwell, Europe Hamlin, flour mill operator, Scottsboro. 

1876, Bellefonte, Jackson Co.; s. Hamilton Caldwell, Scottsboro, and Martha 
J. Snodgrass; b. Aug. 29, 1859; m. Cornelia Allison, Stevenson, Oct. 10, 1883. 

Cameron, Nathaniel Dupree, planter and miller, Mt. Hebron. 

1876, Mt. Hebron; s. William Cameron, Mt. Hebron, and Susan Dupree Clay; 
b. July 15, 1856; m. Sallie Hunt Christian, Gainesville, Nov. 6, 1883. 

*Clanton, Thomas W., Montgomery. 

1876, Montgomery; s. Gen. James Holt Clanton and Parthenia Abercrombie; 
d. 1898. 

Coleman, Windham, planter, Ehren. 

1876, Memphis, Pickens Co.; m. Susie Finch, Noxubee Co., Miss., 1889. 

*Craig, James Harper, banker, Hemmingford, N. C. 

1876, Selma; s. Benjamin H. Craig, Selma, and Eliza Reese Tucker; d. Oct. 26, 
1891, at Selma. 

Dent, Dayton Witherspoon, planter, Harlan, Miss. 

1876, Macon, Miss.; s. William Dent, Macon, Miss., and Mary Cooper With- 
erspoon; b. March 28, 1859; m. Belle Sorsby, Hazlehurst, Miss. 

Fant, Andrew Connor, lumber business, Macon, Miss. 

1876, Macon, Miss.; s. Dr. Joshua Fant. 

Fitts, Charles, merchant, Tuscaloosa. 

1874, Tuscaloosa; s. William Faulcon Fitts and Juny Annie Foster; b. July 2, 
1858; m. Flora Darner, Hale Co., Jan. 5, 1887. 

Gillespy, John Sharp, Birmingham. 

1876, Jonesboro; s. John Sharp Gillespy, Montevallo, and Martha Sadler; b. 
Nov. 17, 1859; M. D., Miami Med. Col., Ohio, 1883; City Physician, Birmingham, 
1889-90, County Physician, Jefferson Co., 1892-98; Clerk and Register, City Court of 
Birmingham, 1898-1904; m. Mary Eugenia Ovi^en, Jonesboro, Oct. 10, 1883. 



1877] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 241 

Graham, Henry W., Jacksonville. 

187s, Selma. 

Henry, Samuel, merchant, Guntersville. 

1876, Guntersville, Marshall Co.; s. Albert Gallitan Henry and Mary Henry; 
b. Jan. 12, i860; m. Mattie Hunter, Guntersville, Dec. 23, 1879. 

*Hobbs, James Benagh, planter, Athens. 

1875, Athens; s. Thomas H. Hobbs, Lynchburg, Va., and Anne Benagh; b. 
Jan. 4, 1861; d. Feb. 23, 1883. 

Hobbs, Thomas Maelin, planter, Athens. 

1876, Athens; s. Thomas H. Hobbs and Anne Benagh; b. Nov. 29, 1858; m. 
Anne Richardson, Athens, Nov. 24, 1880. 

Hood, William Cook, merchant, Tuscaloosa. 

1874; 1881, Tuscaloosa; s. Israel Hood, Tuscaloosa, and Addie M. Cook; b. 
Jan. s, 1859. 

Hudson, John F., Jr., Atlanta, Ga. 

1876, Columbus, Miss. 

Jackson, William Owen, trav. salesman, luka, Miss. 

1876-79, Apple Grove; s. Isaac M. Jackson, Morgan Co., and Martha Allen 
Owen; b. Jan. 6, 1859. 

Jemison, Mims Penn, merchant, Tuscaloosa. 

1876, Tuscaloosa; s. Capt. William H. Jemison and Elizabeth A. Patrick; b. 
Sept. 12, 1861; Sec. and Treas., Allen & Jemison Co.; V. Pres., Tuscaloosa Light and 
Ice Co.; m. (i) Lela Lee, Tuscaloosa, Sept. 15, 1886, (2) Mary S. Torrey, New 
Orleans, Feb. 8, 1893. 

Jones, Frederick Houston, Tuscaloosa. 

1876, Livingston; s. William Campbell Jones and Mary Esther Houston; b. 
Oct. 3, 1858; Passenger Agent, St. Louis S W. R. R. ; Operator, "Chambers Coal 
Mines;" m. Mary Ward Hutchinson, Tuscaloosa. 

King, Francis R., merchant, Leighton. 

1876, Leighton, Colbert Co.; s. Hartwell R. King and Mary H. Smith; b. Oct. 

30, 1859; m. Imogene White, Memphis, Tenn., June 30, 1886. 

Leach, Edward Faulcon, book-keeper, Tuscaloosa. 

1874, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. Sewall J. Leach, Tuscaloosa, and Elizabeth F. Fitts; b. 
July 29, 1859; Agent, U. S. Express Co., Birmingham, 1887-92; Private, Co. F, 2nd 
Ala. Reg. Vol., Spanish War, 1898; m. Marie Louise Tait, Montgomery, Oct. 31, 1898. 

Leftwich, Jesse Bion, lumber merchant. Mobile. 

1874, Tuscaloosa; s. J. G. W. Leftwich, Florence, and Agnes Pollock; b. Aug. 

31, 1857; Pres., Seashore Camp Grounds, Biloxi, Miss.; m. Fannie S. Case, Ocean 
Springs, Miss., March 4, 1881. 

McCalla, Samuel Lewis, LL. B., '80, civil engineer, Knoxville, 
Tenn. 

1874, 1879, Tuscaloosa; s. R. C. McCalla and Margaret Eliza Lewis; b. April 
8, 1857; now, 1901, in China; m. Susan Boyd, Knoxville, Tenn., Dec, 1882. 

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242 Record of Students [^^77 

*McCreary, Ernest, druggist, Evergreen. 

1876, Evergreen; s. John Absalom McCreary and Marcella Johnston; Student, 
Howard Col., 1877-78; m. Maggie Crumpton, 1882; d. Feb. 22, 1895. 

*McDoweli, Samuel W., planter, Rock West. 

1875, Camden; s. John R. McDowell, Camden, and Harriet Sellers; m. Julia 
Tait, Camden; d. Jan., 1900. 

McGwier, John R. 

1876, Leighton. 

Mickle, John J., clerk, Montgomery. 

1876, Hayneville. 

Miller, Roscoe F., drummer, , Tex. 

1876; 1882, Tuscaloosa; s. Alva Miller and Lucy Brown. 

Moore, Council D., Scranton, Miss. 

1875, Pascagoula, Miss.; Sheriff, Jackson Co., Miss. 

Orrell, John C, Jr. 

1876, Mobile. 

*Pope, Frank Coleman, planter, Martin's Station. 

1876, Martin's Station; s. Frank A. Pope, Orrville, and M. Francis Coleman; 
m. Annie Lette, Marengo Co., 1880; d. 1885. 

Powell, Joseph Bryant, physician, Montgomery. 

1876, Clarke Co.; M. D., Mobile; m. Mary Eleanor Pumm, Camden, 1881. 

Russell, James Monroe, lawyer, Birmingham. 

1876, Birmingham; s. Robert Russell and Martha Ann Darden; b. March 3, 
1851; Adm. to Bar, May 27, 1877; m. Sallie Izbelle Ellord, Nov. 10, 1874. 

Saunders, Eugene, 

1876, Columbus, Miss. 

Se5miour, Albin, Jr. 

1876, Jacksonville. 

*Silcox, Joseph B., Charleston, S. C. 

1874, Tuscaloosa; d. 189 — . 

Smith, James Craig, planter, Montgomery. 

1876, Orrville; s. Frederick H. Smith, Orrville, and Margaret Alice Quarles; 
b. Sept. 13, 1859; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., two terms; State Treasurer, 1892-96, 
1900 ; m. Eloise Legrand, Sept. 3, 1893. 

Smith, Walter Keirn, lawyer, Livingston. 

1876, Livingston; s. Rev. Stephen Smith; m. Susan Tankersley. 

Spencer, Thomas Harper, merchant, Birmingham. 

187s, Knoxville; s. Alvis H. H. Spencer and Susan E. Burress; b. March 4, 
1855; m. Sallie A. McGiffert, Knoxville, Nov. 4, 1879. 



1878] Graduates with Titled Degrees 243 

Staggers, Robert Jackson, merchant, Benton. 

1876, Benton, Lowndes Co.; s. William L. Staggers, Benton, and Martha E. 
Staggers; b. Nov. 7, 1856; Mem., Board of Rev., Lowndes Co.; m. Sallie Kendall 
Ernest, Benton, June 27, 1888. 

Stewart, Archibald, Piedmont. 

1876, Jacksonville. 

Stockard, Benjamin Arthur, broker, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

1876, West Point, Miss.; s. J. J. Stockard, Chattanooga, and Victoria Ann 
Rupert; A. B., Univ. of Miss., 1881; LL. B., Cumberland Univ., Lebanon, Tenn., 
1882; m. Melville M. Jones, West Point, Miss., March 20, 1883. 

Truss, Arthur D., planter, Bonham, Tex. 

1876, Trussville; s. Marion S. Truss, Talladega, and McCullough; m. 

(1) Miss Andrews, (2) Miss Williamson. 

Williams, James B., cotton buyer. Areola, Miss. 

1876, Greenville, Miss. 

*Winn, Alexander Ellerbe, operator, Orrville. 

1876, Orrville; s. Henry J. Winn and Eliza Ellerbe; b. about 1859; Mine 
Operator at Pittsburg, Pa.; d. about 1883. 

Winston, Thomas E. 

1876, Tuscumbia. 

1878. Graduates with Titled Degrees 
Bonner, William Joel, A. M., (See 1877). 

Bradfield, Louis Thomas, A. B., A. M., '79, insurance, Birming- 
ham. 

1876, Uniontown; s. Dr. John Bradfield and Emily Perkins; m. Lizzie Lewis, 
University, July 21, 1886. 

Brown, Charles W., A. M., LL. B., '8i, planter, Glenzaida. 

1874, Scottsboro; s. Jeremiah Brown, Larkinsville, and Mary Williams; Editor, 
Scottsboro Citizen, i88i-88; Chief Clerk, State Supt. Education, 1888-89; Reg. in 
Chancery, Jackson Co., 1889; m. Sallie B. Coffey, Sept. 7, 1882. 

Brown, Windham Everett, LL. B., insurance, Dallas, Tex. 

1877, Mobile; s. Col. I. C. Brown, East Lake, and Mary Ann Bestor; B. S., 
1876, Howard Col.; Lawyer at Mobile, Ala., 1878-93; State Agent, Penn. Mutual 
Life Ins. Co.; m. Ella Dunavant, Memphis, Tenn., Oct. 15, 1887. 

Carnathan, George Hays, LL. B., lawyer and planter, Butler. 

1877, Butler; s. William George Carnathan, Butler, and Thresa E. Mayberry; 
b. July 9, 1858; Gen. Administrator, Choctaw Co., 1889-1904; Mem., Constitu. Conv., 
1901; m. Hester Anna Bruister, Butler. 

Clayton, Henry DeLamar, Jr., LL. B., (See 1877). 



244 Record of Students [1878 

Clark, Fillmore Levert, A. M., lawyer, Detroit, Mich. 

1876, Mobile; s. Francis B. Clark and Helen Shepherd; Law Student, U. of 
Va.; Lawyer, Mobile, until 1898; m. Mary Eliza Parke, Detroit, Mich., Dec. 26, 1894. 

Clemmons, Joseph Ingraham, LL. B., lawyer. Mobile. 

1877, Mobile; s. Josephus Clemmons, Mobile, and Margaret Alice Auld; b. 
Feb. 16, 1856; m. Emma Baldwin, Mobile, June 12, 1884. 

Collier, Daniel, LL. B., lawyer, Tuscaloosa. 

1877, Vance's Station; s. Charles Henry Collier, Centreville, and Nancy Snead; 
b. Oct. 14, 1852; m. (i) Susie Tierce, Tuscaloosa, (2) Lockey Wood, Columbus, Miss. 

Cory, Chappell, A. M., LL. B., '79, editor, Montgomery. 

1876, Autaugaville; s. Thomas Denny Cory, Mulberry, and Martha Elizabeth 
Chappell; b. Feb. 6, 1858; Editor, Southern Argus, Selma, Montgomery Advertiser, Bir- 
mingham Age-Herald, 1879-94; European Agent for the Electropoise, London, Eng., 
1894-96; Private Sec, Gov. Johnston, 1896-1900; Bus. Manager, Montgomery Journal, 
1900 ; m. Marylou Armstrong, Birmingham, 1889. 

DuBose, Joel Campbell, A. B., A. M., '82, teacher, Birmingham. 

1877, Mt. Sterling; s. Benjamin Eusebius DuBose and Sarah Elizabeth Horn; 
b. Dec. 17, 185s; Prin., Pushmataha High School, 1878-83; Prin., Snow Hill, 1883-86, 
Livingston, 1886-88, South Highlands, Birmingham, 1888-98; Private Classes and 
Lit. Work, Washington, D. C, 1898-99; Private School, Knoxville, Tenn., 1899-1900; 
Prin., "DuBose's School for Boys;" m. Alice Vivian Horn, Pushmataha, Aug. 8, 1883. 

Durrett, John Beauchamp, A. M., LL. B., '80, lawyer, Belton, 
Tex. 

1875, Tuscaloosa; s. John A. Durrett, Tuscaloosa Co., and Anne Beauchamp 
Evans; b. Feb. i, 1858; Grad. Stu., 1878-79; m. Pattie Allen Owen, Courtland, July 
14, 1884. 

*Earle, John Martin, A. B., book-keeper, Elyton. 

1876, Birmingham; s. J. B. Earle, Birmingham, and Caroline E. Martin; d. 
Dec. 4, 1896. 

*Fitts, Festus, A. M., banker, Tuscaloosa. 

1874, Tuscaloosa; s. James Harris Fitts and Mary Elizabeth Burges; b. Feb. 
iS> 1859; Sec. and Treas., Tuscaloosa Cotton Mills, 1879-96; Pres. and Gen. Man., 
1892-96; Asst. Cashier, Bank of J. H. Fitts & Co., 1888-96; Mem., ist Board of 
Education, Tuscaloosa, 1890-91; m. Annalee Taylor, Tuscaloosa, April 16, 1884; d. 
Aug. 6, 1896. 

*Foster, Thomas James, A. M., merchant, Tuscaloosa. 

1873, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. Joshua H. Foster and Frances Cornelia Bacon; b. 
May 19, 1858; Book-keeper, Albany and Rome, Ga. ; Supt. Education, Tuscaloosa Co., 
1890-92; m. Cora Octavia Watjen, Vincennes, Ind., July, 1891; d. Bristol, Tenn., 
June 21, 1892. 

Garrett, William G., LL. B., , Tex. 

1876, Kymulga; moved to Tex., 1880. 

*Gray, James Edward, A. B., A. M., '79, LL. B., '81, lawyer, 
Butler. 

1876, DeSotoville, Choctaw Co.; s. Alanson Jefferson Gray and Elizabeth 
Nethery; b. July 26, i860; Teacher, Sumterville, 1879-80; d. at DeSotoville, Feb. 19, 
1883. 



1878] Graduates with Titled Degrees 245 

*Hendrick, John Leonard, A. M., (See 1877). 

Hinton, Isaac Rufus, LL. B., lawyer and planter, Carrollton. 

1877, Carrollton; s. Dr. William G. Hinton, Pickensville, and Sallie E. Taylor; 
b. Nov. 19, 1858; m. Beulah E. Graham, Reform, Dec. 6, 1893. 

Jamison, John Steele, LL. B., (See 1875). 

Jones, Joseph Henry, A. B., physician, Oak Hill. 

187s, Allenton; s. Clarke Jones and Julia McReynolds; b. May 22, 1856; M. D., 
Louisville Med. Col., 1880; m. (i) Sallie Hall Hines, 1883, (2) Jessie Bonner, 1889. 

*Judge, Hilliard Means, LL. B., lawyer, Eutaw. 

1877, Eutaw; s. James L. Judge, Eutaw, and Laura Mills; b. Dec. 6, 1855; 
Probate Judge, Greene Co.; m. Martha Anderson McLemore, Weston, Greene Co., 
Nov. 12, 1879; d. Dec. 5, 1894. 

Lewis, Winfield Scott, LL. B., (See 1877). 

Lomax, Tennent, A. M., LL. B., 1879, lawyer, Montgomery. 

1876, Montgomery; s. Gen. Tennent Lomax and Carrie Shorter {nee Billings- 
lea); b. April 29, 1858; Solicitor, Montgomery Co., 1886 ; Author of "Digest of 

the Crim. Law, Ala., Reports;" Trustee, U. of Ala., 1897 ; Mem., Constitu. 

Conv., 1 90 1. 

*McCall, Charles Roderick, A. B., A. M., '79, teacher, Troy. 

1876, Union Springs; Instructor, U. of Ala., 1878-81; Editor Greenville 
Advocate and Troy Messenger, 1881-85; U. S. Consul, Santos, Brazil, 1885-88; Prof., 
Latin, Troy Normal, 1889-98; m. Emily Foster, Ocean Springs, Miss., Nov. 28, 1889; 
d. Aug. 24, 1898. 

McCall, Daniel Williamson, A. B., planter, Monterey. 

1876, Greenville; s. Tristram Bethea McCall and Laura Antonia Williamson; 
b. May 21, i860; m. Lola May Barge, Monterey, June 21, 1887. 

*McConnell, Walter Scott, A. B., Woodward. 

187s, Scottsville; s. John W. McConnell and Jane M. Scott; b. April 22, 1857; 
Store Manager, Woodward Iron Co.; m. (i) Sallie McAdory, Jonesboro, (2) Flora 
Wilson, Birmingham; killed in R. R. accident, June 9, 1894. 

*McGuire, Joseph Hilliard, LL. B., lawyer, ' Jasper. 

1877, Jasper; s. Henry W. McGuire, Fayette, and Sarah Embry; b. Sept. 29, 
1848; Prin., Holly Grove High School, 1876-77; m. Mrs. Soleta Jane Windham {nee 
Anderson); d. May 9, 1899. 

Opp, Henry, A. B., lawyer, Andalusia. 

1876, Montgomery; s. Valentine Opp and Catherine Hart; b. March 29, 1859; 

Mayor, Andalusia, 1899 ; Mem., Constitu. Conv., 1901; m. Addie Bell Gardner, 

Troy, Aug. 2, 1890. 

Rabb, Calloway Stallworth, LL. B., (See 1873). 
Sheild, Edwin, Jr., A. M., (See 1877). 
♦Shorter, Clement Clay, LL. B., (See 1877). 



246 Record of Students [1878 

*Somerville, Alfred Hudson, LL. B., lawyer, Carrollton, Miss. 

1877, Carrollton, Miss.; s. James Somerville, Carrollton, Miss., and Martha G. 
Hudson; A. B., Univ. Miss., 1875; Dist. Att'y. Miss.; d. June, 1898, at Hot Springs, 
Ark. 

Speake, Daniel Webster, A. B., LL. B., lawyer, Decatur. 

1876, Morgan Co.; m. Caro McCalla, Tuscaloosa, Dec, 1881. 

*Thornton, Leander Earle, A. M., (See 1877). 

Underwood, Thomas Herndon, A. B., officer, U. S. Army. 

1876; 1879, Livingston; s. Thomas R. Underwood, Fayetteville, N. C, and 

Emma Jane; Cadet, U. S. Mil. Acad., 1880; Real Estate, New Orleans, 1881-1898; 

Capt., U. S. Vol. Inf., Spanish War, 1898-99, now Lieut, in Army in Manila; m. 
Fannie J. Tobin, New Orleans, April, 1885. 

Watson, Charles McAlpine, A. B., physician, Florence. 

1876, Eutaw; s. James Alexander Watson and Elizabeth McAlpine; b. Aug. 19, 
1859; M. D., Tulane, 1881; County Health Officer, 1896-97; Pres., County Med. 
Board, 1898-99; m. Charlotte Chorless Key, Florence, Oct. i, 1885. 

Willett, Elbert Decatur, A. B., lawyer, Carrollton. 

1877, Carrollton; s. Elbert D. Willett, Carrollton, and Candace M. Bostick; b. 
March 24, 1858; Student, Univ. of Tenn., 1875-77; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1882-87, 
1894-95; Presid. Elector, 1900; Mem., Constitu. Conv., 1901; m. Julia Ridley, La- 
Grange, Ga., June 27, 1901. 

Wood, Sterling Alexander, LL. B., (See 1877). 

1878. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

*Alexander, William Lee, planter, Faunsdale. 

1877, Faunsdale; s. J. D. Alexander and Rebecca L. Cathey; d. Aug. 17, 1883. 

*Alston, William Williams, Orrville. 

1876, Orrville, Dallas Co.; s. Dr. Lemuel Alston, Orrville, and Sallie Jackson; 
b. July 15, i860; d. Feb. 22, 1878. 

Bell, Enoch, planter, Eleanor. 

1877, Brown Sta., Dallas Co.; s. William Bell and Susan Grice; m. Mardie Jones, 
Athens, Dallas Co., Dec. 7, 1888. 

Blocker, John Watson, Jackson, Tenn. 

1875, Forkland, Greene Co.; s. John Rufus Blocker, Forkland, and Amanda 
Albany Watson; b. Feb. 7, 1857; Registrar, Colbert Co., Ala., 1891-94; Manager for 
Sou. Express Co., Jackson, Tenn.; m. (i) Nettie M. Glover, Forkland, Oct. 10, 1883, 
(2) Boiling Lawton, Pine Bluff, Ark., Nov. 29, 1887. 

Bradley, Thomas, 

1877, Huntsville. 

*Burnett, James Ralph, drug-gist, Greenville. 

1877, Greenville; s. James R. Burnett and Julia Daniel; m. Mary Belle Dickson, 
Greenville, Feb. 23, 1881; d. Jan. 10, 1886. 



1878] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 247 

Cameron, Mathew Bunyan, physician, Sumterville. 

1877, Mt. Hebron; s. Mathew Smith Cameron and Loudica Rogers; b. i860; 
M. D., Mobile, 1886; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1894-97; m. Ella W. Winston, Ramsay, 
Nov. 22, 1887. 

Campbell, Robert, merchant and planter, Whitfield. 

1875, Gaston; s. William Campbell and Justina Louisa Eckridge; b. Feb. 28, 
1855; County Commissioner, 1888-1892; m. Susie Gulley, Coatopa, 1893. 

Clanton, James Holt, Cripple Creek, Colo. 

1875, Montgomery; s. James Holt Clanton and Parthenia Abercrombie. 

*Coburn, Erastus Danley, merchant and planter, Randolph. 

1877, Maplesville; s. George Washington Coburn and Amelia Danley; m. Ala- 
bama Davenport, Chilton Co., Jan., J884; d. June s, 1885. 

*Craddock, Thomas Sale, Tuscaloosa. 

1877, Tuscaloosa; s. John Neal Craddock, Tuscaloosa, and Mrs. Lucy Williams 
Owen (nee Harris); b. Jan. 20, 1862; drowned in Warrior River, June 7, 1878. 

Davidson, James Price, planter, Uniontown. 

1877, Uniontown; s. Alexander Caldwell Davidson and Maria Overton Price; 
b. May 8, i86i; m. Mary Purnell Sharpe, Demopolis, July, 1889. 

Ferguson, Charles Wesley, LL. B., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1877, Montgomery; s. Frederick Guthrie Ferguson, Tuskegee, and Lucinda Hale; 
b. May 15, 1855; Solicitor, loth Jud. Circuit, 1898 ; Mem., Constitu. Conv., 1901. 

Fitts, Waverly, planter, Faunsdale. 

1877, Uniontown; s. Snmucl A. Fitts and Sarah Elizabeth Alston; b. Feb. 16, 
1861. 

Forman, Gustavus Beauregard, planter, Springville. 

1877, Springville; s. James Forman, Springville, and Parthenia Dean; m. Ber- 
neta Greene, Springville. 

*Foy, Simpson Roland, merchant, Eufaula. 

1877, Eufaula; s. William H. Foy, Eufaula, and Mary L. Wilson; m. Carrie 
Treutlin, Washington, D. C. ; d. April 27, 1891. 

Goldsby, George T. 

1877, Selma. 

*Goldsby. John Anthony Winston, lawyer, Mobile. 

1877, Mobile; s. Thomas Jefferson Goldsby and Agnes Winston; b. Jan. 21, 
i860; m. Belle Sewell, Mobile, Nov., 1884; d. Feb. 11, 1889. 

Green, John C. 

1877, St. Patricks, La. 

Hampton, William Burt, planter. Normal. 

1877, Huntsville; s. John P. Hampton and Susie Burt; b. May 30, 1858; m. 
Jennie Lula Payne, Winchester, Tenn., Dec. 5, 1893. 



248 Record of Students [1878 
Hamrick, William L, 

1876, Isney, Choctaw Co. 

Harrison, Kibble Johnson, real estate, Huntsville. 

187s, Huntsville; s. Perry L. Harrison, Huntsville, and Elizabeth C. Daniel; b. 
Sept. 23, 1857; Capt., Co. K, 5th U. S. Vol. Inf. (Immunes), 1898-99; m. Pauline W. 
Donnell, Greenbrier, Oct. 31, 1887. 

Hawes, William L. 

1877, Mobile. 

Hines, William Robert, planter, Rosebud. 

1877, Rosebud; s. R. H. Hines, Rosebud, and Sallie Bonner; m. Corinne Dunn, 
Bell's Landing, Nov., 1898. 

Holland, Solomon Watkins, planter, Castleberry. 

1876, Castleberry; s. John S. Holland, Castleberry, and Matilda A. Baggett; b. 
Jan. 31, 1861; m. Martha Leigh Skinner, Castleberry, Jan. 19, 1887. 

Howard, Herbert, planter, Greenville. 

1877, Greenville; s. John W. Howard and Elizabeth R. Penn; Clerk, Census 

Dept., Washington, D. C, 1900 ; Trav. Salesman, 1881-82; R.R. Employee, 

1897-98; m. Dixie H. Abrams, Greenville, Aug. 2, J883. 

♦Hudson, E. Lee, merchant, Birmingham. 

1876, Hoboken. 

♦Hudson, Robert Dove, Birmingham. 

1876, Hoboken; m. Susie McLester; d. 188 — . 

Jack, Thomas Howard, lawyer. Blooming Grove, Tex. 

1877, Havana, Hale Co.; s. James Jack, Havana, and Julia Witherspoon; A. B., 
Southern Univ., 1880; m. Sallie Buckalew, Chambers Co., 1888. 



Johnson, Wiley Thomas, LL. B., '80, 

1877; 1879, Pelham, Shelby Co. 

Jolly, Arnold, physician, Hamburg, Iowa. 

1876, Birmingham; s. John J. Jolly, Gainesville, and Sue W. Richardson; b. 
July 25, 1861; M. D., Mobile, 1885; m. Euphradia P. Johnston, Linden, Feb., i8>'7 



Jones, James C. 

1877, Galveston, Tex. 

Jones, William E. 

1877, Galveston, Tex. 

Kyle, Osceola, lawyer, Decatur. 

1877, Tuskegee; s. Ponsonby Kyle, Tuskegee, and Martha Adeline Tranum; 
b. Jan. 9, 1862; City Att'y, Opelika, 1885; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., Lee Co., 1886-87, 
Morgan Co., 1894-99; City Att'y, Decatur, several terms; Asso. R.R. Commissioner, 
1899-1900; Major, ist. Ala., U. S. Vol., Spanish War, 1898; Lieut.-Col., 3rd Reg., 
A. N. G., 1899 ; Appt. Judge, 8th Jud. Circuit, 1900 ; m. Willie Ross, Ope- 
lika, Feb. 19, 1889. 



1878] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 249 

Levystein, Isaac, merchant, Montgomery. 

1876, Montgomery; s. A. Levystein, Montgomery, and Regina Simon; b. Jan. 
5, 1862; m. Fannie Lee Wile, Grenada, Miss., May 17, 1893. 

T.owe^ Richard Holding, LL. B., '80, lawyer, Huntsville. 

187s, Huntsville; s. Robert Lowe and Mattie Holding; b. July i6, 1859; 
Solicitor, 8th Jud. Circuit. 

Lowe, Robert Joseph, LL. B., '8i, lawyer, Birmingham. 

187s, Huntsville; s. Robert Lowe and Mattie Holding; Mem., Constitu. Conv., 
1901; m. Mattie Pryor, Athens, 1891. 

Marsh, Edmund L., planter, Pushmataha. 

187s, Choctaw Co.; s. Ed Marsh and Fannie Littlepage; b. 1859; m. (i) Mary 
Pearson, (2) N. E. Thomas. 

Martin, Franklin Pierce, planter, Raleigh. 

1877, -Sipsey Turn Pike, Tuscaloosa Co.; s. Caswell Martin, Raleigh, and 
Elizabeth Powell; b. July 10, 1854; Student, Howard Col., 1879-80; Post Master, 
Raleigh, 1895 ■ 



Martin, Thomas H. 

1877, Martin's Cross Roads. 

May, Samuel William, physician and druggist, Brantley. 

1877, Elba, Coflfee Co.; s. A. R. May, Elba, and Sallie Muler; b. Feb. 24, 1858; 
M. D., 1882. 

Moody, Milo, lawyer, Scottsboro. 

1877, Langston; Back Tax Commis., Jackson Co., 1898-99; Rep., Gen. Assem., 
Ala., 1898-1900; Mem., Constitu. Conv., Ala., 1901; m. Mrs. Fannie Snodgrass, 1893. 

Morris, William Wade, merchant, Rhome, Tex. 

1876, Eufaula; s. Ben Morris, Rhome, Tex., and Roxana Blair; b. June 4, 1862; 
m. Anna Louise Cates, Rhome, Tex., March 28, 1886. 

Ogletree, William Benjamin, Uniontown. 

1877, Uniontown; s. D. S. Ogletree and Fannie Massey; City Marshal; m. 
Amelia Hudson, Uniontown, Oct. 7, 1880. 

♦Oliver, McDonald, Eufaula. 

1876, Eufaula; s. M. D. Oliver and Paralee Ricks; d. in Quitman Co., Ga., 1883. 

Owen, T. Goronwy, cotton broker, Columbus, Miss. 

1877, Mobile; s. Dr. Goronwy Owen, Mobile, and Susan Morris; m. Pauline 
Mohr, Mobile, 1886. 

Pace, Robert, 

1876, Atlanta, Ga. 

Patton, Abner Parker, planter, Knoxville. 

1876, Knoxville; s. Thomas Jefferson Patton, Knoxville, and Jane McGiffert; 
b. Nov. 17, 1856; m. Drura A. Wilson, Knoxville, Dec. 23, 1879. 



250 Record of Students [1878 

Patten, Robert H., Birmingham. 

1876, Huntsville. 

Peterson, James R., planter, Pickensville. 

1876, Pickensville. 

*Powell, Richard Holmes, Jr., Union Springs. 

1877, Union Springs; s. James Lucas Powell and Frances R. Thompson; b. 
Dec. 13, i860; d. May i, 1891. 

Pugh, Edward Lawrence, Washington, D. C. 

1876, Eufaula; s. Senator James L. Pugh and Serena S. Hunter; Chief Bureau 
of Equipment, Interstate Commerce Commission; m. Anais O'Connor, N. Y., Oct. 
19, 1898. 

Reynolds, Martin Cassetly, lumber dealer, Birmingham. 

1877, Montevallo; s. Elisha Reynolds, Montevallo, and Nancy Petty; b. Sept. 
6, 1858; Police Commissioner, Birmingham, 1892-97; m. (1) Ella Purifoy Burgamy, 
Birmingham, (2) Celia Ann Williams, Mobile. 

*Scott, Charles Lewis, lawyer, Selma. 

1876, Camden; s. Hon. Charles Lewis Scott, Monroe Co., and Anne Gorin; 
d. June 5, 1879. 

Scruggs, Gross, planter, West Bend. 

1877, Coffeeville; s. Gross Scruggs, Coffeeville, and Chaste H. Noble; Student, 
Howard Col., 1877-78; m. Virginia E. White, July, 1880. 

Smith, Harry Martin, Selma. 

1877, Carlowville; s. Josiah Smith, Selma, and Harriet E. Lee; b. Nov. 7, 1858; 
Manager Oil, Ice Plant and Grain Mill; m. Virginia C. Saffold, June 30, 1885. 

*Smith, Paoli Ashe, civil engineer, Marshall, Tex. 

1874-76; 1877, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. Carlos G. Smith, Palatka, Fla., and Martha 
Ashe; b. March 18, i860; Res. Engineer of Texas and Pacific R'y; m. Gessner Har- 
rison Tutwiler, Greensboro, Oct. 9, 1888; d. Feb. 7, 1892. 

Smith, Pliny Maro, planter, Prattville. 

1877, Prattville; s. John McNeil Smith and Isadore Pope. 

Smith, Robert Fontaine, bank cashier, Monticello, Fla. 

1874, Tuscaloosa; s. Carlos G. Smith, Palatka, Fla., and Martha L. Smith; b. 
Dec. 18, 1861; m. Agnes Young Ruffin, Demopolis, Nov. 7, 1888. 

Stone, Marion Montgomery, trav. salesman, Austin, Tex. 

1877, Talladega; s. Isaac Stone, Alpine, and Mary Somerville Sterne; b. Aug. 
25, 1856; m. Laura Holmes Wetmore, Livingston. 

Strassburger, Leo, trav. salesman, Montgomery. 

1876, Montgomery; s. Albert Strassburger and Amelia Wolff; b. Jan. 8, 1862; 
m. Corrnia Estelle Friedman, New York, Jan. 28, 1890. 

Summerville, James Fletcher, engineer and planter, Vienna. 

1876, Pickensville; s. Hugh Summerville, Bridgeville, and Mary J. Owens; m. 
Mattie B. Gardner, Feb. 15, 1883. 



1879] Graduates with Titled Degrees 251 

*Tompkins, John Edward, physician, Mobile. 

1877, Mobile; s. John R. Tompkins, Mobile, and Fannie Williams; M. D. 
Vanderbilt Univ.; City Physician; m. Addia Moore, Mobile; d. June 30, 1895. 



Turney, Joseph S. 

1877, Huntsville. 

Tyler, Henry L., printer, Tuscaloosa. 

1876, Tuscaloosa; s. Joseph H. Tyler and Jane Elizabeth Cottrell; b. April 30, 
1858. 

Vives, Joseph, Klotzville, La. 

1876, Pamcourtville, La. 

*Warren, William Edward, Tuscaloosa. 

1877, Tuscaloosa; s. John F. Warren, Tuscaloosa, and Sue Foster Brantley; b. 
July 25, 1862; d. Oct. 30, 1877. 

Weil, Henry, merchant. New York. 

1877, Montgomery; s. Daniel Weil and Rosina Simon; b. July 28, 1862; m. 
Frances Meyer, Selma. 

*Whitt, John, Brown's. 

1877, Dallas Co.; s. John Whitt, Fairfield, Tex., and Fannie Steele; b. May 4, 
1857; d. Nov. II, 1878. 

Wilson, William J. 

1877, Springville. 

1879. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

Bell, John Elijah, A. B., lawyer, Memphis, Tenn. 

1877, Brown's Station, Dallas Co.; s. Elijah Bell, Sumterville, and Laura 
Grice; Rep., Gen. Assem., Miss., 1884; Prosecuting Attorney, Brownwood, Tex., 
1890-92; m. Mollie Williamson, Meridian, Miss., Jan. 24, 1886. 

Bradfield, Louis Thomas, A. M., (See 1879). 

Coleman, Ezra Wilson, A. M., LL. B., 1880, lawyer, Jasper. 

1877, Eutaw; s. Judge Thomas Wilkes Coleman, Eutaw, and Frances Jane 
Wilson; b. Aug. lo, 1861; Mem., Constitu. Conv., 1901; m. Nannette P. Shields, 
Jasper, Sept. 13, 1893. 

Cory, Chappell, LL. B., (See 1878). 

Foster, Robert Stanley, A. B., teacher, Escatawpa, Miss. 

1877, Foster's, Tuscaloosa Co.; s. Robert Hill Foster and Mary Mobley; b. April 
12, i860; Tutor Mathematics, Decatur Col., Miss., 1888; Prin., Lawrence High School, 
1890-91; Blountsville High School, 1891-92; m. Belle Lane, Columbia, Miss., Feb. 
24, 1886. 

*Gray, James Edward, A. M., (See 1878). 



252 Record of Students [1879 

Johnson, Seaborn Jones, A, B., Talladega. 

1876, Talladega; s. Dr. Joseph Henry Johnson and Emily Ann Darden; b. Oct. 
II, i860; Merchant, 1879-85; Teacher in Deaf and Blind Ins. since 1885. 

Kelly, Richard Bussey, LL. B., A. M., '97, lawyer, Anniston. 

1879, Oxford; s. Samuel C. Kelly, Oxford, and Annie E. Pace; b. Feb. 7, 1859; 

Rep., Gen. Assam., Ala., 1894-95; Chancellor, N. E. Divis. of Ala., 1898 ; m. 

Leona Bledsoe, Sylacauga, Oct. 10, 1880. 

*Lightfoot, Edwin Drummond, A. B., Birmingham. 

1877, Eutaw; s. Dr. P. L. Lightfoot and Isabelle D ummond; b. Feb. 9, 1858; 
Merchant, 1879-95; Employ of Government at Cramp's Ship Yards, 1895-97; with 
Sloss Co., Birmingham, 1898; m. Bessie Mc Alpine Anderson, Eutaw, March 7, 1888; 
d. April 7, 1898. 

*Little, James Kibbler, A. B., A. M., '80, LL. B., '82, lawyer, Bir- 
mingham. 

1877, Livingston; s. William Gray Little, Livingston, and Laura Jane Hibbler; 
b. Feb. 27, 1862; Solicitor, Sumter Co. and Jefferson Co.; m. Eliza Scott Mathews, 
Montgomery, June i8, 1890; d. at Livingston, Nov. 8, 1897. 

Lomax, Tennent, LL. B., (See 1878). 

Martin, John Philip, A. B., physician, Rosalie, Tex. 

1876, Louisville. 

*McCall, Charles Roderick, A. M., (See 1878). 

Mellen, George Frederick, A. M., educator, Knoxville, Tenn. 

1877, Mt. Sterling, Choctaw Co.; s. Seth S. Mellen, LL. D., and Susan H. 
Bush; b. June 27, 1859; Ph. D., Leipsic, 1890; Prin., Gainesville Academy, 1879-83, 
Marengo Inst., 1883-87; Student, Leipsic, Germany, 1887-90; Prof, of Greek, Univ. 
Tenn., 1 891-1900; Frequent Contributor to Magazines, Periodicals, etc.; Author of 
"Early History of Knoxville;" m. Mary Briscoe Baldwin, Monteagle, Tenn., July 7, 
1885. 

*Mudd, Joseph Paul, A. B., stock and bond broker, Birmingham. 

1876, Birmingham; s. Judge William Swearingen Mudd and Florence Earle; 
b. May, 1859; Chairman, Police Commission, Birmingham, 1893-94; m- Eula AngHn, 
Birmingham, 1882; d. Jan. 11, 1898. 

Simpson, William Henry, LL. B., lawyer, New Decatur. 

1878, Danville, Morgan Co.; s. Stephen Simpson, Danville, and Malinda 
Stovall; b. July 15, 1857; Mem., Gen. Assem., Ala. Leg., 1886-87; Judge, City Court, 
Decatur, 1889-95; Chancellor, N. Chan. Div., 1895-1904; m. Mary Daniel Johnson, 
Danville, March 26, 1882. 

Speake, Daniel Webster, LL. B., (See 1878). 

Weatherly, James Meriwether, LL. B., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1878, Montgomery; s. J. S. Weatherly, Montgomery, and Eliza George Gilmer 
Taliaferro; b. July 5, 1856; Mem., Constitu. Conv., 1901; m. Florence Milner, New 
Castle, Dec. 13, 1882. 



1879I Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 253 

*Wilson, Frederick Ferguson, A. B., minister, Columbus, Tex. 

1877, Tuscaloosa; s. Rev. L. M. Wilson, Agricola, and Mary Hammon Dudley; 
Pastor, M. E. Church, South, at Houston, Huntsville and Columbus, Tex. ; m. Mamy 
Holby, Houston, Tex., i88i; d. July 17, 1881. 

1879. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

Aikin, John Gaston, inventor, Stockton. 

1878, Daphne, Baldwin Co.; s. Col. John G. Aikin and Clara Amanda Kennedy; 
b. May 20, 1863; Grad. as Capt., N. Y. Nautical School, 1882; Licensed Chief Mate, 
Ocean Steamer, 1890; Chief Mate and Capt., Sea Vessels, 15 years; Inventor of 
various Mechanical and Nautical Machines and Instruments. 

Baine, Tom, Birmingham. 

1876, Hayneville; s. David William Baine and Mary Jane Hogue; b. Feb. 9, 
i860; P. O. Inspector, 1887-88; Clerk, Circuit Court, Lowndes Co., 1888-90; Tax Ap- 
praiser, City of Birmingham; m. Annie Lee Gilchrist, Hayneville, April 29, 1884. 

*Buford, William Cowan, Denver, Col. 

1878, Barbour Co.; s. James M. Buford, Portland, Oregon, and Maldy C. 
Cowan, d. 189 — . 

*Burges, Lovatt Francis, physician, Bunkie, La. 

1878, Bunkie, La.; s. Austin Burges, Cheneyville, La., and Mrs. Mary 
McCoy Rhodes; M. D., Tulane; m. Miss Grace; d. July, 1896. 

Burkhead, William Dewitt, minister, Richmond, Va. 

1877, Huntsville; s. Rev. Jesse Dewitt Burkhead, Montgomery, and Olivia 
Louise Anderson; Mem., Engineering Corps, 1880-81, in Tex. and Ark.; Merchant, 
3 years in Atlanta, lo years in Montgomery; Divinity Student, Union Sem., Rich- 
mond, Va., Class 1901; m. Annie L. Bell, Montgomery, June 27, 1890. 

Callen, William Thomas, merchant, Clanton. 

1878, Clanton, Chilton Co.; s. H. J. Callen, Clanton, and Mary Francis Logan; 
b. May 21, 1858; m. (i) Mary P. Stewart, (2) Mary P. McGee. 

Caperton, William Elson, minister, Weatherford, Tex. 

1878, Stevenson, Jackson Co.; s. Thomas Adam Caperton and Harriet Clarke; 
b. March 8, 1858; Student, Vanderbilt Theolog. Dept., 1881-83; Minister, M. E. Church, 
South, N. W. Tex. Conference; m. Emma Copeland Lipscomb, Hartsville, Tenn., 
Oct. 5, 1884. 

Clark, Lemuel Jasper, 

1878, Marion Co. 

Dickson, Barton Flinn, C. E., '85, civil engineer, Mexico City, 
Mex. 

1876, Tuscaloosa; s. Rev. Andrew Flinn Dickson, Tuscaloosa, and Anne Hud- 
son Woodhull, Wading River, N. Y. ; b. March 13, 1859; Engineer in charge Cons., 
Birmingham Min. R.R., 1889; Division Inspec, L. & N. R.R., 1889-98; Capt., U. S. 
Vol. Engineers, 1898-99, Spanish War; Army Supt. Construe, Q. M. Dept., in Cuba, 
1898-99, and Chinese Expedi., Pekin, 1899-1900; Asst. Gen. Supt., Mexican Nat. R.R. ; 
m. (i) Kate Estelle Fiquet, Tuscaloosa, 1881, (2) Bessie Andrews, Greensboro, 1883. 



254 Record of Students [1879 

*Felts, Jesse Peter, clerk, Tuskegee. 

1877, Tuskegee; d. Nov. 4, 1880. 

Goldsmith, Robert James, saw mill, Officeburg, Miss. 

1878, Greenville; s. James A. Goldsmith; m. Sallie Garrett, Mt. Willing. 

Grabau, Hubert P. L. 

1878, Sewanee, Tenn. 

Graham, Malcolm Amelionis, manufacturer, Prattville. 

1877, Montgomery; s. Col. M. D. Graham and Amelia Ready; b. July 27, 1859; 
Sec. and Treas., Prattville Cotton Mills; m. Ellen Leonora McWilliams, Prattville, 
Nov. 2, 1882. 

Haden, Henry Horace, accountant, Galveston, Tex. 

1878, Selma; s. George G. Haden, Mansfield, La., and Mary C. Shelley; b. 
Nov. 27, 1859; in business, Tyler, Tex., 18 years; now with W. L. Moody & Co., 
Bankers; m. Ellen Douglas, Tyler, Tex., Jan. 18, 1881. 

Herzfeld, Julius Morris, 

1878, Selma. 

Hill, Luther Leonidas, physician, Montgomery, 

1878, Montgomery; s. Luther L. Hill and Laura Sarah Croom; b. Jan. 22, 
1862; M. D., Univ. of N. Y., 1881, and Jefferson Med. Col., 1882; Grad. Course, 
Kings Col. Hosp., London, Eng., 1883-84; Ex-Pres., Med. Asso., Ala.; Mem., Amer. 
Med. Asso.; Surgeon, Hill Infirmary; m. Lilly Lyons, Mobile, July 12, 1868. 

*Horton, James Edwin, book-keeper and planter, Athens. 

1875; 1878, Athens; s. Rodah V. Horton and Margaret Battle; d. July 7, 1883. 

Jamar, Henry Wallace, Savannah, Ga. 

1877, Green Grove, Madison Co.: s. Thomas Jamar, Green Grove, and Sebell 
Queeny; b. Dec. 31, i860; chief Clerk, Seaboard Air Line R.R. ; m. Nina Morton, 
Green Grove. 

*Jenkins, Thomas Frederick, engineer, Mobile. 

1877, Camden; s. Thomas G. Jenkins, Camden, and Lucy Ann Davis; Loco- 
motive Engineer, M. & O. R.R. ; d. Jan. 24, 1884, at Whistler. 

*Jones, Samuel Oliver, physician, Allenton. 

1877, Allenton; s. Samuel L. Jones and Elizabeth McReynolds; b. Sept. 16, 
1859; M. D., Mobile; m. Mary Kate McConnico, Allenton, Jan. 29, 1885; d. Nov. 
25, 1886. 

Knox, Mathew Ross, planter, Knoxville. 

1877, Knoxville. 

Kyle, William Anderson, trav. salesman, Albertville. 

1877, Scottsboro, Jackson Co.; s. Nelson Kyle and Mary Jane Robinson; m. 
Mattie Nicholson, Collinsville, Feb. 23, 1885. 

*Laney, Charles Levin, merchant, Abbeville. 

1878, Abbeville, Henry Co.; s. Zachariah William Laney, Sr., and Ann B. Cul- 
ver; b. Jan. 3, 1863; Clerk in Probate Office; m. (i) Ada Lee, (2) Rossie L. Adams; 
d. Nov. 12, 1885. 



1879] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 255 

Lawrence, William Haywood, editor and publisher, Livingston. 

187s; 1878, Tuscaloosa; s. William H. Lawrence, Tuscaloosa, and Elvira Cald- 
well; b. March i8, i860; m. Emily Raid, Aug. 8, 1888, Montgomery. 

Legg, Albert Brown, undertaker, Jasper. 

1878, Fayette C. H., Fayette Co.; s. Gustavus Legg, Buford, Ga., and Sus- 
annah Thomas; b. Feb. 26, 1859; Teacher, 1879-82; Merchant, 1882 ; m. Lizzie 

Lipsey, Carrollton, Dec. 9, 1885. 

Lightfoot, James Richard, 

1878, Lowndes Co. 

Long, William Oates, lawyer, Abbeville. 

1875, Henry Co.; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1900-02. 

Marsh, Frederick Cade, insurance, Franklin, La. 

1878, Franklin, La.; s. John B. Marsh and Mariah A. Gates; b. Aug. 30, 1862; 
Parish Assessor, 1897-1900; Agent, N. Y. Life Ins. Co. 

May, Jonathan Brooks, planter, Sawyerville. 

1877, Sawyerville; s. John W. May, Sawyerville, and Martha Emaline May; 
b. Nov. I, 1857; m. Nicie Elizabeth Kennaird, Greensboro, Feb. 14, 1883. 

May, William Allen, cotton broker. Hickory Valley, Tenn. 

1877, Lagrange, Tenn.; s. William Allen May and Mildred Davis; b. Dec. 6, 
1861; m. Annie Morgan, Hickory Valley, Tenn., Feb. 10, 1884. 

McCall, Solomon Patrick, agent. New Orleans, La. 

1878, Greenville, Butler Co.; s. Daniel Terry McCall and Martha Cook; b. 
Sept. 3, 1 861; State Agent for Matchless Mineral Water; m. Exia Ophelia Wilkinson. 

McGough, George Lafayette, merchant, Montgomery. 

1878, Russell Co.; s. G. L. McGough. 

McLester, Robert, merchant, Birmingham. 

1875, Tuscaloosa; s. James McLester, Northport; m. Ruth Gibson, Northport. 

Miller, Thomas Hugh, book-keeper, Birmingham. 

1875, Tuscaloosa; s. William Miller, Tuscaloosa, and Olivia A. Bingham; b. 
March 7, 1861; Post Master, Tuscaloosa, 1892. 

Morgan, Samuel John, Blocton. 

1877, Montevallo; s. John P. Morgan, Montevallo, and Georgia Worthington; 
b. Aug. 24, 1861; Employ Shelby Iron Co., 1880-87; Voorhies, Miller & Co., Cincinnati, 
1887-92; Stone Manager, T. C. I. & R.R. Co., 1893 m. Margaret Walker, Fauns- 
dale, Oct. 20, 1897. 

Ohlander, Andrew Jacob, furniture dealer, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

1879, Montgomery; s. Augustus Ohlander, Montgomery, and Louisa Josephine 
V. Zeugerlein; m. Carrie Eugenia Gribble, Savannah, Ga. 

Overall, Francis Edwin, real estate, Mobile. 

1876, Mobile; s. Gibson Young Overall, Mobile, and Anna Louise Arnold; b. 
July 30, 1859; m. Mary Elizabeth Randall, Mobile, June 10, 1885. 



256 Record of Students [1879 

*Pearce, George Washington, salesman, Aberdeen, Miss. 

1878, Pearce's Mills, Marion Co.; s. John Gordon Pearce and Mary Ann 
Warren; b. July 3, 1855; d. Jan. 21, 1897. 

*Peebles, Charles Edward, planter, Mooresville. 

1877, Mooresville; s. John T. Peebles, Mooresville, and Martha Ann Tisdale; 
d. at Orlando, Fla., Feb. 27, 1892. 

Peterson, George Curling, salesman, Louisville, Ky. 

1875, Tuscaloosa; s. Howell D. Peterson and Emily Hendricks; b. Dec. 2, 1859; 
Trav. Salesman for Colonial Press, N. Y. 

Pruit, John Welsh, planter, Meridianville. 

1877, Madison Co. 

Raney, William Nobles, mine operator, Birmingham. 

1876, Eufaula; s. William Nobles Raney and Ella Roberta Crawford; b. Sept. 
1, 1862; President, Jefferson Mining Co.; m. Julia F. Thornton, Eufaula, Oct. 13, 1880. 

Robinson, William James, merchant, Scottsboro. 

1878, Scottsboro; s. Charles Allen Robinson, Lincoln Co., Tenn., and Martha 
Ann Bell; b. Sept. i, 1859; m. Evie Randall Brown. 

Rouse, Daniel Henry, planter, Greenville. 

1877, Greenville; s. William P. Rouse and Ellen C. Cook; b. Sept 6, 1858; m. 
Viola Thames, Greenville, Oct. 13, 1881. 

Scears, William, planter, Eutaw. 

1877, Greene Co. 

Smith, Albert Seabrook, Greenville, Miss. 

1876, Demopolis; s. Dr. S. D. Smith, Demopolis, and Mary J. Seabrook; b. 
June IS, i860; in Government Employ; m. Sephie Belser, Monticello, Ark. 

Smith, Norwood, planter, Montgomery. 

1877, Autaugaville, Autauga Co.; s. W. D. Smith, Sr., Prattville, and Sarah 
McLean; b. July 19, 1859; m. Katie D. Nunn, near Prattville, 1879. 

Smith, Thomas Octavius, banker, Birmingham. 

187s, Elyton; s. James R. Smith, Sr., and Margaret Jordan; b. Aug. 21, 1859; 
C. E., Va. Mil. Inst., 1882; Alderman, Birmingham, 1892-99; Sec, Ala. Bankers' 
Asso., 1893-99; Major, ist Ala. Reg., U. S. Vol. Inf., 1898, Spanish War; Cashier, 
I St Nat. Bank; Cashier, Birmingham Trust and Savings Co.; m. Cornelia Hubbert, 
Birmingham, April 30, 1884. 

Spencer, Samuel Milton, real estate and planter, Knoxville. 

1877, Knoxville; s. Alvis Hortensus Harper Spencer, Knoxville, and Susan 
Elizabeth Anthony Burress; b. June 26, 1858; m. Emma Florence Stringfellow, 
Pickens Co., Dec. 5, 1895. 

Spiller, James Coatney, , Ky. 

1876, Tuscaloosa; s. James D. Spiller and Frances J. Corothers. 



i88o] Graduates with Titled Degrees 257 

Strickland, John Samuel, merchant, Tuscaloosa. 

1878, Tuscaloosa; s. Milton A. Strickland and Margaret Collier; b. June 30, 
1859. 

Tanner, James Lemuel, LL. B., '80, lawyer, Birmingham. 

1878, Union Springs; s. Lemuel Tanner and Ophelia Amelia Masters; b. 
Sept. 18, 1858; m. Sallie Ward, Gadsden, Dec. 9, 1886. 

Tierce, Thomas Jefferson Koger, minister, Birmingham. 

1878, Tuscaloosa; s. George Andrew Tierce, Northport, and Sarah Elizabeth 
Doss; b. May 26, 1853; Minister, M. E. Church, South, Ala. Conference; m. Marietta 
Gregory, Romulus, Feb. 14, 1884. 

Tolson, George Meredith, minister, Hertford, N. C. 

1878, Gadsden; s. James D. Tolson and Claude Meredith; b. Jan. 12, 1859; 
1^. G., Sou. Baptist Theolog. Sem., Louisville, Ky. ; Pastor, Four Holes Church, 
Orangeburg Co., 1881-85, Brooklyn church, 1886-89, Second Baptist Church, Columbia, 
S. C, 1889; Rector Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Hertford, N. C; m. Elizabeth 
Jocelyn Reston, Wilmington, N. C, Nov. 7, 1888. 

Tompkins, Richard Adolphus, express agent, Bristol, Tenn. 

1878, Fitzpatrick, Bullock Co.; s. Christopher Tompkins, Fitzpatrick, and 
Sarah Farrior; b. March 13, 1858; Planter from 1879 to 1886; Messenger for So. 
Express Co.; m. Virginia Foster McMurray, LaGrange, Ga., Nov. 10, 1881. 

Underwood, Thomas Herndon, (Law), (See 1878). 

Ventress, James C, Clayton. 

1876, Barbour Co. 

Ward, John A. 

1878, Henry Co. 

Ward, William, cotton buyer, Eutaw. 

1876, Greene Co. 

Whetstone, Clarence Eugene, planter. Autaugaville. 

1878, Autaugaville; s. Lewis M. Whetstone, Autaugaville, and Mary J. Herr- 
man : b. May 20, i860; m. Octavia A.n.ierson, Montgomery, Nov. 14, 1888. 

Wilhite. Wilbur Brennard, 

1878, Morgan Co. 

Yerby, John Stephen, planter, Tuscaloosa. 

1875, Tuscaloosa; s. Rev. John T. Yerby, Tuscaloosa, and Permelia Ann Miller; 
b. March 9, 1857: Teacher, 1879-80; Treas., Tuscaloosa Co., 1892-96; Cotton Buyer; 
m. Mary Francis Maxwell, Northport. 

1880. Graduates with Titled Degrees 
*Beeson, David Marcus. LL. B., lawyer, Gadsden. 

1879, Gadsden, Etowah Co.; s. William Baker Beeson and Mary Ann Sibert; 
b. Sept. 25, 1858; Mayor Gadsden, 1882; d. July 18, 1882. 

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-58 Record of Students [1880 

*Brothers, Samuel David Gross, A. M., LL. B., '81, lawyer, 
Anniston. 

1877, Cane Creek; s. Dr. P. H. Brothers and Gincey Downing; b. June 19, 
1858; m. Ella Wyly, Oct. 21, 1885; d. Jan. 25, 1901. 

*Caller, Francis Tarleton, A. M., teacher, Uniontown. 

1878, Barlow Bend, Clarke Co.; s. James Strother Caller, Barlow Bend, and 
Jane Frances Marks; b. Aug. 10, 1858; d. Feb. 15, 1882. 

Christian, John Beverly, LL. B., lawyer, Uniontown. 

1879, Uniontown; s. Robert Christian, Uniontown, and Ella Storrs; b. Jan. 
28, 1859; Post Master, Uniontown, 1885-87. 

Coleman, Ezra Wilson, LL. B., (See 1879). 

Cooke, John Harrison, A. B., lav/yer. Piedmont. 

1878, Gainesville, Sumter Co.; s. Charles Cooke, Piedmont, and Susan Gatlin 
Reaves; b. Feb. 4, 1862; Express Agent, 1882-88; m. Estella Millspaugh, Newburgh, 
i\. Y., Jan. 7, 1895. 

Creen, James Francis, LL. B., lawyer, Anniston. 

1878, Pollard; s. James E. Creen, Pollard; U. S. Deputy Collector Inter. Rev., 
1894-98; m. Mary E. Robertson, Tuscaloosa, April 25, 1881. 

Durrett, John Beauchamp, LL. B., (See 1878). 

Flinn, Benjamin Franklin, LL. B., lawyer, Montgomery. 

1879, Montgomery; s. Bunberry Flinn and Orensa Anderson; b. July 6, 1858; 
Student, A. P. I., 1875-78; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1886-87; m. Lizzie Faulcon Fitts, 
Tuscaloosa, Jan. 25, 188 1. 

Foster, Hal, A. M., physician, Kansas City, Mo. 

1877, Foster's, Tuscaloosa Co.; s. James Collier Foster and Jane Elizabeth 
Ware; b. July 7, 1858; M. D., U. of N. Y. 

Foster, Hugh, A. B., A. M., '8i, insurance, Hernando, Miss. 

1877, Foster's; s. James Collier Foster and Jane Elizabeth Ware; b. Aug. 28, 
1861; Teacher at Furman, i year, and in Miss, several years; m. Annie Holmes 
McClamroch, Hernando, Miss., Jan. i, 1895. 

*Gilchrist, James Norman, A. B., planter, Hope Hull. 

1877, Hope Hull, Montgomery Co.; s. Col. James Graham Gilchrist and Elizabeth 
McGehee; Teacher Public Schools, Mobile, 1887-88; Rep., Gen. Assem., 1890-91; d. 
June 12, 1891. 

Harding, William Proctor Ck>uld, A. B., A. M., '8i, banker, 
Birmingham. 

1878, Tuscaloosa; s. Horace Harding and Eliza P. Gould; b. May 5, 1864; and 
V. Pres., ist Nat. Bank, Birmingham; m. Amanda Perrine Moore, Birmingham, 
Oct. 22, 1895. 

Harkins, Henry Clifton, A. B., clerk, Mobile. 

1876, Bridgeville, Pickens Co.; s. Charles S. Harkins, Bethany, and Minerva 
P. Hood; b. March 7, i860; m. Em Gilkey, Macon, Miss., Nov. 3, 1886. 



i88o] • Graduates with Titled Degrees 259 

Johnson, Wiley Thomas, LL. B., (See 1878). 
Johnston, George Burke, LL. B., (See 1873). 
Lackey, William Martin, LL. B., lawyer, Dadeville. 

1879, Ashland; s. James M. Lackey, Pinckneyville, and Elizabeth Wiley; b. 
March 31, 1857; State Senator, 1890-94; m. Imogene Disharoon, Jan. 5, 1896. 

Lampley, Harris Dee, A. B., A. M., '8i, LL. B., '83, lawyer, 
Greenville. 

1878, Greenville; s. Dr. C. B. Lampley and T. J. Rudulph; b. 1859; County 
Solicitor, Butler Co. 

♦Little, James Hibbler, A. M., (See 1879). 

Lowe, Richard Holding, LL. B., (See 1878). 

Lyon, George Gaines, Jr., A. B., physician, Mobile. 

1876, Demopolis; s. George Gaines Lyon and Annie Gaines Glover; b. April 
5, i860; M. D., 1888, Pulte Med. Col., Cincinnati, O.; Agent, So. Express Co., Little 
Rock, Ark., and Memphis, Tenn., 1882-86; m. Rebecca R. Ulmer, Wilcox Co., Nov. 
II, 1889. 

May, Eugene Levert, A. B., stenographer, Montgomery. 

1877, Hale Co.; s. James Tindel May and Martha Jane Kennedy. 

McCann, John William, LL. B., lawyer, , Tex. 

1879, Clay Co.; s. Joseph McCann. 

McDonnell, James Smith, A. M., merchant, Altheimer, Ark. 

1877, Huntsville; s. Archibald McDonnell, Huntsville, and Mary E. Jones; b. 
May 20, 1859; m. Susie Belle Hunter, March, i8go. 

Mclver, Arthur Small, A. B., printer, Montgomery. 

1877, Tuskegee; s. William C. Mclver, Tuskegee, and Mary Hammond, Mill- 
edgeville, Ga. ; b. Aug. 11, 1858; published at different times, Tuscumbia North 
Alabamian, News at Tuskegee, and Paper at Darlington, S. C. ; m. Sarah Margaret 
Fraser, Sumter, S. C, Aug. 20, 1885. 

♦Mellen, Charles Howard, A. B., A. M., '8i, teacher; Sumterville. 

1878, Mt. Sterling, Choctaw Co.; s. Seth S. Mellen, LL. D., and Susan H. 
Bush; Prin. at Summerfield and Sumterville, 1881 to 1882; d. at Tuscaloosa, Dec. 

27, 1882. 

Somerville, James, A. B., editor, Vaiden, Miss. 

1877, Tuscaloosa; s. James Somerville, Cairollton, Miss., and Martha Hudson; 
b. Nov. 8, 1862; Sheriff of Carroll Co., 1896-1900; m. (i) Anna Liddell, Jackson, 
Miss., March 13, 1891, (2) Lizzie A. Liddell, Greenwood, Miss., June 7, 1899. 

Spragins, Robert Elias, A. M., lawyer, Huntsville. 

1877, Huntsville: s. Robert Stith Boiling Spragins and Sarah Agnes Catharine 
Crutcher; b. Oct. 4. 1861; Mem., Constitu. Conv., 1901; m. Susie Patton Echols, Dec. 

28, 1886. 



26o Record of Students " [1880 

Steiner, Robert Eugene, A. B., A. M., '81, lawyer, Montgomery. 

1878, Greenville; s. Joseph Steiner, Greenville, and Margaret Matilda Camp; 
b. May 9, 1862; LL. B., Harvard, 1884; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1886-87; State 

Senator, 1892-93; Attorney at Greenville, 1884-93, and at Montgomery, 1893 ; m. 

May Flowers, Butler Co., Dec. 16, 1884. 

Tanner, James Lemuel, LL. B., (See 1879). 

Willett, Joseph Jackson, A. M., lawyer, Anniston. 

1877, Carrollton; s. Elbert Decatur Willett and Candace M. Bostick; b. Sept. 
29, 1861; Pres., Ala. Bar Association, 1899 ; m. Melanie Woods, April 20, 1892. 

1880. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 
*Abney, Robert Alexander, 

1878, Butler, Choctaw Co.; s. Azariah Abney and Moody; d. 189 — . 

Baker, Daniel Harris, physician, Gadsden. 

1878, Coosa Co.; M. D., Col. unknown; m. Miss Abercrombie, Tuskegee. 

Barge, Clifton Loomis, planter, Monterey. 

1878, Monterey; s. Thomas H. Barge and Telitha Traweek; b. Jan. 16, 1861; 
m. Fanny Powers, Monterey, Jan. 28, 1891. 

Blount, James Alexander, Jr., Huntsville. 

1879, Huntsville, Madison Co. 

Bowmar, James Carson, real estate, Vicksburg, Miss. 

1878, Vicksburg, Miss.; s. Joseph Hamilton Davis Bowmar and Elizabeth 
Adams; b. i860. 

Caffey, Thomas Watts, book-keeper and druggist, Pittsburg, Kan. 

1878, Montgomery; s. Hugh M. Caffey and Matilda Jane Fenn; b. Aug. 29, 
1862; City Clerk, Pittsburg, Kan., 1891-95; Book-keeper, Auditor's Office, Kan., 
1897-99; rn. Laura Josephine Snyder, Edna, Kan., Nov. 24, 1887. 

Calef, Josiah Bartlett, Jr., merchant, Chicago, 111. 

1879, Mobile; Manufacturer of Bicycle Gear; m. Mary Louise Gates, Shreve- 
port. La., Jan. 1-5, 1890. 

*Callen, John Udolph, merchant, Clanton. 

1878, Clanton, Chilton Co.; s. H. J. Callen, Clanton, and Mary Francis Logan; 
b. Feb. 9, i860; d. Sept. 24, 1885. 

Carter, William Lawrence, merchant and florist, Evergreen. 

1879, Eufaula, Barbour Co.; s. J. J. Carter and Ella Lawrence; b. June 21, 
1861. 

Cunningham. Robert Leckey, newspaper business, Knoxville, 
Tenn. 

1879, Courtland; s. William Cunningham, Courtland, and Isabella C. Leckey; 
Manager, Advertising Dept., Journal and Tribune, Knoxville, Tenn.; m. Mala Kelso, 
Fayetteville, Tenn., May 17, 1887. 



i88o] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 261 

Danne, Adolph, merchant, Mobile. 

1879, Mobile. 

Davis, Charles Lyman, R. R. conductor, Memphis, Tenn. 

1879, Montevallo; s. Edward Davis, Montevallo, and Mary Canon Perry; b. 
July 25, 1863; m. Emmie Johnson, Goodwater, March 26, 1890. 

♦Bearing, Alexander Boylston, minister, Corinth, Miss. 

1877, Columbus, Miss.; s. J. M. Dearing, Trinity, and Mary Eddins; Methodist 
Minister; m. Sallie Maude Furtick, Rienzi, Miss., Dec. 25, 1888; d. Nov., 1897. 

Bearing, James Martin, Jr., planter, Columbus, Miss. 

1879, Columbus, Miss., s. J. M. Dearing, Trinity, and Mary Eddins. 

Brewry, John Wallace, banker, Cuthbert, Ga. 

1878, Eufaula; s. John Wallace Drewry, Eufaula, and Anne Elizabeth Eth- 
ridge; b. March 31, i860; Banker and Dairy Farmer; m. Annie Bithia McDonald, 
Cuthbert, Ga. 

Edwards, John Henry, planter, Jacksonville. 

1877, Ashville; s. W. A. Edwards and Sarah Louisa Dean; b. Sept. i, 1861; 
Clerk at Jacksonville, 1880-91; Birmingham Water Works Co., 1891-92. 

Fearn, Richard Lee, journalist, Washington, B. C. 

1879, Mobile; s. Richard Lee Fearn, Mobile, and Sarah Elizabeth Spear; b. 
Aug. 31, 1862; Grad., Mechan. Engineer, Stevens Inst, of Tech., 1884; now, 1901, 
Washington Correspondent, N. Y. Tribune; m. Mary Eleanora Egerton, Baltimore, 
April 21, 1887. 

*Fitts, Arthur, manufacturer, Tuscaloosa. 

1878, Tuscaloosa; s. James Harris Fitts and Mary Elizabeth Burges; b. Oct. 
8, 1862; Supt., Tuscaloosa Cotton Mills, 1882-89; d. July 29, 1889. 

Fitts, William Faulcon, Jr., cattle merchant, Tuscaloosa. 

1878, Tuscaloosa; s. William Faulcon Fitts and Juny Annie Foster; b. March 
12, 1863; m. Helen Wallace McEachin, Feb. 6, 1884. 

Ford, Bavid Whorton, engineer, Montgomery. 

1879, Greenville; City Engineer for Montgomery. 

Foster, John Strickland, (Law), (See 1877). 

Foster, Madison, cotton dealer, Memphis, Tenn. 

1878, Mobile; s. James Monroe Foster and Malinda C. Dunlap; b. Feb. 17, 
1861; Bond and Stock Broker to 1900; m. Victoria M. Raggio, Dec. 19, 1900. 

Hale, Frederick Bouglass, minister, Owensboro, Ky. 

1879, Northport; s. Dr. Phillip Perry Hale, Hot Springs, Ark., and Caroline 
Gallege; b. April 10, 1855; D. D., Howard Col., 1895; Grad., So. Bap. Theolog. Sem., 
1885; Pastor, Northport Baptist Church, 1879-82, Louisville, Ky., 1885-93, Owens- 
boro 3rd Church, 1893 ; traveled through Europe, Egypt and Palestine, 1895; ni- 

(i) Theodosia Bell, Northport, Oct. 10, 1880, (2) Mrs. Minnie Phillips Edmonds, 
Owensboro, Ky., Aug. 20, 1895. 



262 Record of Students [1880 

Hammond, William Bartow, merchant, Jacksonville. 

1879, Jacksonville; s. John Duncan Hammond and Fannie A. Whisenant; b. 
Aug. 2, 1 861; Proprietor of the Hammond Inn; m. Sallie Forney Marion. 

♦Hargrove, Edward Bressie, Columbus, Miss. 

1879, Columbus, Miss.; s. William H. Hargrove and Sarilla Vaughan; d. at 
Moss Point, Miss., March, 1883. 

Horn, Atkinson Harrison, A. M., '84, teacher, Del Rio, Tex. 

1879, Pushmataha, Choctaw Co.; s. William T. Horn, Pushmataha, and E. Jane 
Graham; b. March 24, 1861; Grad., State Normal, Florence, 1882, and Dept. of Ped., 
Univ. of Tex., 1893; Prin. of Schools at Gainesville, Piedmont and Jasper, Ala., and 

Supt. of Public Schools at Pearsall, Tex., 1894-95, Del Rio, Tex., 1895 ; m. (i) 

Lucy Warren, Butler, (2) Eleanor Brauer, Del Rio, Tex. 

Hundley, William May, lawyer, Greenbrier. 

1878, Mooresville, Limestone Co.; s. William Henderson Hundley and Fannie 
W. May; b. Feb. 22, i860; m. Nannie Donnell, Greenbrier, Jan. 9, 1884. 

Hutchinson, Joseph ElHott, cashier, Memphis, Tenn. 

1878, Tuscaloosa; s. Alfred Holt Hutchinson and Virginia Watkins Richardson; 
b. Sept. 28, 1864; m. Eleanor Price Richardson, Boliver, Miss., Dec. 26, 1888. 

Kennedy, John Oscar, physician, Kennedy. 

1879, Luxapalila, Lamar Co.; s. William H. Kennedy and Martha Cooper; 
M. D., Mobile; m. Miss Winston, 1888. 

King, Edmund Marsh, planter. New Iberia, La. 

1879, New Iberia, La. 

Kirk, Eben Bell, physician, Montgomery. 

1879, Montgomery; s. Ebenezer Kirk and Mary Tyus Garrison; b. Feb. 28, 
1863; M. D., 1885, Mobile. 

♦Landman, William Bradley, broker. Decatur. 

1879, Huntsville; d. 189 — . 

Leeth, George Houston, merchant, Tomberlins, Ark. 

1879, Fayette Co. 

Lewis, Henry, planter, Faunsdale. 

1879, Faunsdale, Marengo Co.; s. Ivey Foreman Lewis, Faunsdale, and Cathe- 
rine Rhodes; b. April 28, 1858; Grad., V. M. I., 1878. 

Ligon, Thomas Hoxey, druggist, Montgomery. 

1877, Montgomery; s. Dr. T. B. Ligon; m. Miss Newman. 



Luckie, Thomas Jackson, R. R. postal clerk, Decatur, Ga. 

1879, Monterey; s. Early Jackson Luckie, Montere; 
Yeldell; b. Jan. 13, i860; m. Flora Belle McKinnon, Plea 

McCalla, Samuel Lewis, LL. B., (See 1877). 



1879, Monterey; s. Early Jackson Luckie, Monterey, and Margaret Dorinda 
Yeldell; b. Jan. 13, i860; m. Flora Belle McKinnon, Pleasant Hill, Dec. 15, 1892. 



i88o] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 263 

McEachin, James Somerville, LL. B., '81, lawyer, Houston, Tex. 

1877, Tuscaloosa; s. Capt. A. B. McEachin, Tuscaloosa, and Eudora Somerville; 
b. Jan. 20, 1862; Deputy Clerk, Circuit Court, Tuscaloosa Co., 1881-82; located in 
Lamar Co., 1889-94; Solicitor, 6th Jud. Circuit, 1891-93; moved to Tex., 1894; County 
Judge, Fort Bend Co., Tex., 1896-1901; served with Ala. State Troops 14 years, 
Lieut., Capt. and Major; Att'y for Sou. Paciiic R'way; m. Annie Graham McPherson, 
Charlottesville, Va., Aug. 5, 1882. 

McGee, Sampson David, tax collector, Tuscaloosa. 

1877, Northport; s. David McGee and Elizabeth Hassell; b. Nov. 17, i860; 
Clerk, 1880-96; Tax Collector, Tuscaloosa Co., 1896-1904; m. Miranda Christian, 
Northport, Sept. 19, 1887. 

*McGough, Hugh Blair, 

1878, Russell Co.; s. G. L. McGough. 

*Miller, Richard William, Anniston. 

1876, Bethany, Pickens Co.; s. Drewry Miller and Julia Long; d. 189 — . 

*Nabors, Robert Lee, planter, Montevallo. 

1879, Montevallo; s. French Nabors and Florence Rosaline Killough; b. June 
30, 1862; d. Nov. II, 1888. 

Nunnelee, James Howell, journalist, Selma. 

1879, Tuscaloosa; s. S. F. Nunnelee, Centreville, and Mary Amanda Murphy; 
b. Jan. 26, 1858; Editor at different times in Tuscaloosa, Anniston and Selma; State 
Senator, 1898-1902; m. Emma Neal, Tuscaloosa, Nov. 25, 1880. 

Palmer, Ransom Dabney, physician and planter, Carson. 

1879, Snow Hill, Wilcox Co.; s. Dabney Palmer, Washington Co., and Martha 
A. Simpson; b. Jan. 23, 1863; A. B., Howard Col., 1882, Med. Student, Univ. of Va., 
1882-83; M. D., Tulane, 1886; m. Margaret B. Lee, Furman, Jan. 26, 1888. 

Plane, William Fisher, merchant, Atlanta, Ga. 

1876, Atlanta, Ga. ; s. William Fisher Plane and Helen Jemison; b. Nov. 7, 
i860; Dealer in Coal, Lime and Cement; m. Lizzie Metcalfe, Danville, Ky., Oct. 20, 
1886. 

Powell, James Thomas, planter, , Tex. 

1879, Huntsville, Madison Co. 

Prince, Edmund Lafayette, accountant, Savannah, Ga. 

1879, Dayton; s. Edmund Lafayette Prince and Carrie Martha Cade; b. Jan. 
12, 1862; Freight Accountant, Plant System R'ways; m. Carrie Evelyne Schwing, 
Louisville, Ky., Oct. 16, 1888. 

Roddey, Philip Dale, planter. Sylvan. 

1877, Tuscaloosa; s. Gen. P. D. Roddey, London, Eng., and M. A. McGaughey; 
m. Tessa C. Willingham, Sylvan, Tuscaloosa Co., Nov. 29, 1892. 

Rodes, Robert Emmet, coal dealer, Tuscaloosa. 

1879, Tuscaloosa; s. Gen. Robert Emmet Rodes and Virginia Hortense Wood- 
ruflf; b. Sept. 30, 1863; C. Engineer for Ga. Pacific R. R., 1881 and 1888, Tuscaloosa 
Northern, 1887, A. G. S. R.R., 1886; Government Service, 1893-95; m. Birdie Mclnnis, 
Meridian, Miss., March 21, 1896. 



264 REcoEiD OF Students [1880 

Sibert, William Luther, officer, U. S. Army. 

1878, Gadsden; s. William J. Sibert and Marietta Ward; b. Oct. 12. i860; 
Grad., U. S. M. A., West Point, 1884; Instructor in C. E., School of Application for 
Eng. Officers, Willets Point, N. Y., 1898-99; Chief Eng., 8th Army Corps, during 
Philippine War, 1899- 1900; Capt., Corps of Engineers, U. S. Army; m. Mary Mar- 
garet Cummings, Brownsville, Tex., Sept. 17, 1887. 

Sims, Frank Hill, physician, Atlanta, Ga. 

1878, Mobile; s. Thomas W. Sims, Mobile, and L. Anne Shelton; b. May 16, 
1862; M. D., Southern Med. Col., 1883; Grad. Student of Med., U. of Va., 1893; 
Asst. Physician, Ala. Insane Hosp., 1883-87; Asst., Second Eye Clinic, U. of Vienna, 
1892-93; Physician-Specialist, Eye, Ear and Throat. 

Skelton, Walter Andrew, machinist, Scottsboro. 

1878, Scottsboro; s. James S. Skelton and Mary S. Scott; b. June, 1861. 

Smith, Charles Jordan, contractor, Birmingham. 

1878, Birmingham; s. Joseph R. Smith, Elyton, and Margaret Harvie Jordan; 
R.R. Contractor; m. Annie Molton, Birmingham. 

Smith, Preston Marsh, merchant, Butler. 

1877, Mt. Sterling, Choctaw Co.; s. Silas H. Smith, Mt. Sterling, and Mary 
Francis Calloway; b. Aug. 18, i860; m. Charlie Annie McCall. 

*Stone, Edward Brooks, Carrollton. 

1879, Carrollton; s. Lewis M. Stone and Eliza B. Brooks; b. June 4, 1863; d. 
at Columbus, Miss., Mar. 25, 1882. 

Swanson, John Morrissette, Birmingham. 

1879, Tuskegee; s. M. B. Swanson, Birmingham, and Annie E. SWjanson; V. 
Pres., Sou. Debenture Redemption Co., Birmingham, and Sec. and Treas. of Va. Se- 
curity Endowment Co.; m. Mary Lucia Harris, Tuskegee, May 2, 1883. 

*Underwood, Thomas, Autauga Co. 

1879, Autauga Co.; killed by lightning. 

Vincent, Wilburn, Springville. 

1879, Talladega Co. 

Watkins, William Franklin, 

1879, Barbour Co. 

White, Joseph Johnston, merchant, Selma. 

1879, Uniontown; s. George M. White, Uniontown, and Nancy Morgan; b. 
Nov. 2, 1862; Capt., Co. E, A. N. G., 1885-88; Wholesale Shoe Dealer; m. Grace 
Triplett, Va. 

Williams, Reuben Mosby, planter, Pushmataha. 

1879, Choctaw Co. 

Witt, John Calhoun, 

1879, Escambia Co. 



i88i] Graduates with Titled Degrees 265 

Woodruff, McMillan, Roswell, New Mex. 

1879, Alexandria, Calhoun Co.; s. S. J. Woodruff, Alexandria, and Margaret 
Amanda Brazile; Contractor and Builder; City Councilman, Pauls Valley, Ind. Ter., 
1898-99; m. Carrie Mabel Miller, Hico, Tex., Dec. 17, 1890. 

1 88 1. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

Betts, Tancred, A. M., lawyer, Huntsville. 

1878, Huntsville; s. Edward C. Betts and Virginia A. Swoope; b. Sept. 16, 1861; 
Solicitor, Madison Co., 1898-1902; m. Maud M. Broun, Auburn, April 2, 1888. 

Brady, John Gregory, LL. B., lawyer, Tuscaloosa. 

1880, Tuscaloosa; s. Philip Thomas Brady and Fannie Louise Gregory; b. Oct. 
15, 1862; A. M., 1878, Notre Dame; m. Annie Bradford, Birmingham. 

Brothers, Samuel Davis Gross, LL. B., (See 1880). 

Brown, Charles W., LL. B., (See 1878). 

Crenshaw, John White, A. M., LL. B., '82, Phoenix, Ariz. 

1878, Manningham; s. Frederick William Crenshaw, Manningham, and Elvira 
Caroline Womack; b. June 19, 1859; U. S. Commissioner, 1886-88, 1895-98; Treas., 
Maricopa Co., 1S89-90; Director, Ter. Insane Hosp., 1890; Deputy Dist. Solicitor, 
1892; I St Lieut, and Adj., ist Ter. Reg., U. S. V., Spanish War, 1898. 

Crook, James Edward, A. B., physician, Jacksonville. 

1878, Alexandria; s. S. W. Crook, Jacksonville, and Sallie W. Chisolm; b. July 
7, 1861; M. D., Vanderbilt and U. of Nashville. 

Davidson, James Francis, A. B., physician, Birmingham. 

1876, Mobile; s. Francis E. Davidson, Birmingham, and Helen M. Smith; M. 
D., Mobile, 1886. 

Dillard, Junius Albert, A. B., planter and journalist, Mont- 
gomery. 

1878, Montgomery; s. Dr. J. S. Dillard and Mary Florence Frazier; b. Sept. 
13, 1862; Law Student, Vanderbilt, 1882; 2nd Lieut, and Adjt., 3rd Reg., Ala. Vol., 
Spanish War, 1898; m. Emma R. Russell, Evergreen, July 3, 1900. 

Douglas, Robert Leroy, A. B., A. M., '82, accountant, Mobile. 

1878, Mobile; s. Leroy E. Douglas, Mobile, and Susan H. Sheffield; b. Dec. i, 
i860; Grand Com., K. Templars, Ala., 1896-97; m. Amelia F. Sheffield, New Orleans, 
La., Sept. 17, 1895. 

Dunn, William Dickson, Jr., LL. B., lawyer. Grove Hill. 

1880, Mobile; s. William D. Dunn, Mobile, and Louise Horton; b. Oct. 17, 1857; 
State Senator, 1900-04; m. Minnie S. Dickinson, Grove Hill, April 12, 1887. 

Foster, Hugh, A. M., (See 1880). 

Foster. Joshua Hill, Jr., A. B.. A. M., '83, minister, Anniston. 

1878, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. Joshua Hill Foster and Frances Cornelia Bacon; b. 
March 3, 1862; D. D., Howard Col., 1898; Th. B., So. Bap. Theo. Sem., 1889; Teacher, 
Camden, 1881-82, Cave Springs, Ga., 1882-85; Pastor, Baptist Church, Union Springs, 



266 Record of Students [i88i 

1890-93, Greenville, 1893-95, East Lake, 1895-97, Anniston, 1897—; m. (i) Gertrude 
Edith Foster, North Vernon, Ind., May 30, 1889, (2) Eula Sparks, Cave Springs, Ga., 
Jan. 15, 1893. 

Freeman, Charles Paul, A. M., planter, Hayneville. 

1878, Hayneville; s. George Charles Freeman and M. Dido Moore; Paying 
Teller, ist Nat. Bank in Birmingham, 8 years; m. Alice Houston. 

Graham, Robert Love, A. B., teacher, Memphis. 

1878, Memphis, Pickens Co.; s. Dr. A. M. Graham, Memphis, and Mary C. 
Love; b. April 26, 1861; Teacher at Memphis, Prin., Calera Acad., 1882, Lee Institute, 
(Vance's), 1883; U. S. Mail Service, Pueblo, Colo., 1884-90; m. Dora Currie, Siding, 
Miss., June 22, 1898. 

*Gray, James Edward, LL. B., (See 1878). 

Harding, William Proctor Gould, A. M., (See 1880). 

Inge, Harry Tutwiler, A. B., physician. Mobile. 

1878, Greensboro; s. William Bullock Inge, Greensboro, and Elizabeth H. Hern- 
don; b. Sept. 20, 1861; M. D., U. of N. Y., 1883; County Physician, Mobile Co., 
1890-94; Mem., City Council, 1897-1900; m. Belle Peterson, Greensboro, June 22, 1883. 

Johnson, Joseph Henry, A. B., A. M., '82, educator, Talladega. 

1878, Talladega; s. Dr. Joseph Henry Johnson and Emily Ann Darden; b. May 
13, 1864; Prin., Ala. Schools for Deaf and Blind, since 1893; m. Nellie Guild Hall, 
Tuscaloosa, July 9, 1884. 

Lampley, Harris Dee, A. M., (See 1880). 

Langston, James Madison, LL. B., lawyer, Centreville. 

1880, Centreville; s. Joab Marion Langston and Mary Cleveland Brown; b. 
April 18, 1854; Prin., Poplar Springs Academy, 1885-94; n^- Anna Elizabeth Berry, 
Tuscaloosa, Sept. 19, 1882. 

Lowe, Robert Joseph, LL. B., (See 1878). 

Maxwell, Charles Neville, A. M., merchant. Tuscaloosa. 

1879, Tuscaloosa; s. Thomas Maxwell, Tuscaloosa, and Lizzie Neville; b. Sept. 
26, 1861; Pres., Tuscaloosa St. R.R. Co., 1881-84; Pres., J. Snow Hardware Co., 
1885 ; HI- Josie L. Alston, Tuscaloosa, March 28, 1883. 

Maxwell, Frederick Richard, A. M., merchant, Tuscaloosa. 

1878, Tuscaloosa; s. Robert Maxwell and Mary Henderson; b. July 11, 1861; 
m. Lucy Cochrane, Feb. 16, 1887. 

McArthur, Andrew Patterson, A. M., physician, Rembert. 

1878, Mobile; s. John McArthur, Mobile, and Isabella Hardie; b. Feb. 19, 
1862; M. D., Mobile, 1885; Teacher, Carlowville, 1881-83; m. Ella Kilcreas, Stockton, 
July 17, 1894. 

McEachin, James Somerville, LL. B., (See 1880). 

*Mellen, Charles Howard, A. M., (See 1880). 

Palmer, Thomas Waverly, A. M., B. E., '82, teacher, University. 

1878, Snow Hill; s. Dabney Palmer, Washington Co., and Martha A. Simpson, 



i88i] Graduates with Titled Degrees 267 

Conecuh Co.; b. May 19, i860; Student, Howard Col., 1877-78; Univ. of Chicago, 
Summer Quarters, 1897, '98 and '99; Instructor in Math., Univ. of Ala., 1881-82, 

Asst. Prof, of Math., 1882-83, Prof, of Math., 1883 ; V. Pres., Merchants' Nat. 

Bank, Tuscaloosa, 1901 ; m. Lulu Rainer, Union Springs, Dec. 22, 1886. 

Peach, George Washington, A. M., LL. B., '84, lawyer, Clayton. 

1878, Perote; s. John H. Peach and Susie R. Edwards; b. June 7, 1859; m. 
Vela Lee, Clayton, Nov. 13, 1889. 

Porter, Mitchell Alburto, LL. B., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1880, Birmingham; s. Mitchell Thomas Porter and Catherine J. Martin; Rep., 
Gen. Assem., Ala., 1888-89; m. Hattie Earle, Tyler, Tex., Dec. 21, 1886. 

Ray, James Jasper, LL. B., lawyer, Fayette. 

1880, Fayette; s. Elijah Ray, Newtonville, and Lucy Ann Wright; b. July 31, 
1857; Reg. in Chanc, Fayette Co., 1883-1900; State Senator, 1900-04; m. (i) Ida I. 
Jones, Fayette Co., Oct. 14, 1884, (2) Ella E. Edney, Fayette, May 1, 1890. 

Rogers, John Aduston, A. M., planter, Gainesville. 

1878, Gainesville; s. C. M. A. Rogers, Gainesville, and Annie Eliza Barnes; 
b. Sept. I, 1861; State Senator, 1894-98; Mem., Constitu. Conv., 1901; m. Lula Brad- 
shaw, Gainesville, 1888. 

Scott, William Ledyard, A. M., agent, Mobile. 

1878, Mobile; s. John Scott, St. Louis, Mo., and Caroline Erwin; b. Feb. 25, 
1863; Teacher at Mobile, 1881-83, Clayton, 1883-85; Prof., English and Latin, 
Zoshikwan Col., Kagoshima, Japan, 1888-92; Ins. and Real Estate Agent, 1900 . 

Slaughter, Robert McAdory, A. B., A. M., '88, planter, Good- 
water. 

1878, Tallapoosa Co.; s. John N. Slaughter, Gkiodwater, and Celia R. McAdory; 
b. March ii, 1859; Prin., Lineville High School, 1882, Cusseta, 1883-87, Eclectic, 
1887-89. 

Smith, William Dixon, Jr., A. M., planter, Millbrook. 

1877; 1885, Prattville; s. Calvin Whitfield Smith, Prattville, and Calista Ward 
Smith; b. Oct. 12, 1862; Teacher, 1883-84, 1893-95; Journalist, 1886-93; ™- Mary 
Joseph Hall, Montgomery, Nov. 7, 1895. 

*Sowell, William Wirt, LL. B., lawyer, Monroeville. 

1880, Monroeville; s. W. C. Sowell and Isabella Roberts; d. at Blount Springs, 
189 — . 

Steiner, Robert Eugene, A. M., (See 1880). 

Thornton, Reuben Loxla, LL. B., planter, Tuscaloosa. 

1880, Tuskegee; s. Dr. R. J. Thornton, Tuskegee, and Sarah A. Edwards; b. 
March 23, 1858; B. E., A. and M. C. of Ala., 1878; Teacher, Barton Acad., Mobile, 
1879-80; Electoral Messenger for Ala., 1884; Asst. City Att'y, Birmingham, 1892-93; 
Attorney at Birmingham and Tuscaloosa; m. Anna Lee, Tuscaloosa, June 20, 1882. 

Young, William Alexander, LL. B., lawyer, Vernon. 

1880, Vernon; s. Jas. P. Young, Bedford, and Martha T. Box; b. Oct. 22, 1857; 
Mayor, Vernon, 1884; Probate Judge, Lamar Co., 1887-98; m. Mollie C. Crew, Crews, 
Jan. 25, 1887. 



268 Record of Students [i88i 

1 88 1. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

Anderson, John Crawford, (Fr.), LL. B., '83, lawyer, Demopolis. 

1880, Eutaw; s. Dr. John C. Anderson, Eutaw, and Elizabeth McAlpine; b. 
Aug. 5, 1863; Judge, ist Jud. Circuit, 1895-1904; m. Mary Bird Martin, Feb. 24, 
1897, Tuscaloosa. 

Armistead, George Mathews, (Fr.), planter, Pike Road. 

1880, Scotia, Montgomery Co. ; s. William Boyd Armistead and Eliza Camilla 
Scott; b. Nov. 18, 1861. 

Barge, Essex Lanier, (Fr.), planter, Georgiana. 

1880, Monterey; s. E. S. Barge, Birmingham, and Mary Bowen; b. March 16, 
i860; m. Ibbie Shepherd, Georgiana, Nov. 12, 1890. 

Bell, William Dale, (Soph.), planter, Deerbrook, Miss. 

1880, Brooksville, Miss.; s. John C. Bell and Mary Barmore; b. June 29, 1861; 
m. Julia Kelly Harrison, Deerbrook, Dec. i, 189 1. 

By ram, George Logan, (Jun.), U. S. Army. 

1878, Mobile; Grad., 1885, U. S. Mil. Acad.; Officer, U. S. Army, now Capt., and 
Acting Judge Advocate, 1898 ; m. Jane Lockhart Skiles, Columbus, C, Jan. 23, 



Carroll, Jefferson Monroe, (Soph.), planter, Greenville. 

1879, Greenville; s. William H. Carroll and GeDrgia A. Tompkins; b. 1861; 
m. Emma Rowe, Greenville. 

*Connerly, John Curtis, (Jun.), lawyer. Lake Village, Ark. 

1880, Hamburg, Ark.; s. Rev. D. C. B. Connerly and Ellen Thomas Taylor; 
Levee Commissioner, Ark.; m. Katie Kramer, New Orleans, Feb. 9, 1886; d. at Green- 
ville, Miss., Dec. 9, 1899. 

Curtis, Monette Elnora, (Fr.), clerk, Mobile. 

1880, Lower Peach Tree, Wilcox Co.; s. Dr. C. C. Curtis, Lower Peach Tree, 
and Julia Elnora England; Sheriff, Wilcox Co., 1892-96; Clerk on Steamboat. 

Davis, Albert Sidney, (Fr.), merchant, Maiden, Mo. 

1 880, New Madrid, Mo.; s. Samuel Thomas Davis and Laura Kate Watson; m. 
Carrie Dawson, New Madrid, Mo. 

Dear, Addison Sherman, ( Fr. ) , planter and fruit grower, . . . , Fla. 

1880, Camden; s. Charles Dear, Camden, and Eliza Mason; m. Miss Campbell, 
Wilcox Co., 1884. 

*Doster, Charles E., (Fr.), planter, Prattville. 

i88o, Autauga Co.; s. C. S. G. Doster and Carrie E. Staton; d. 1895. 

DuBose, Clarence Calhoun, (Soph.), editor, Thomasville. 

1879, Columbiana, Shelby Co.; s. Dr. W. S. DuBose, Columbiana, and Anna 
Calhoun; b. July 8, i860; Editor of Thomasville Echo; m. Annie Robinson, Indian- 
apolis, Ind., Feb. 10, 1887. 



i88i] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 269 

du Mont, Robert Bemhard, (Soph.), insurance, Mobile. 

1878, Mobile; s. A. du Mont, Pt. Clear, and Josephine Bunker; b. at Brussels, 
Belgium, March 5, 1862; Col., ist Inf., Ala. Nat. Guards, 1899-1902; Major, and 
Ala. Vol. Inf., 1898, Spanish War; Insur. Agent and Adjuster; m. Elizabeth Anne 
Ferryman, Mobile, Oct. 25, 1899. 

Fariss, William Blank, (Fr.), Chicago, 111. 

1880, Montgomery. 

Fitts, Haywood, (Fr.), planter, Faunsdale. 

1880, Uniontown, Perry Co.; s. Samuel A. Fitts, Uniontown, and Sarah 
Elizabeth Alston; b. March 28, 1863. 

Gardner, Reuben Jefferson, (Sen.), merchant, Buffalo, N. Y. 

1877, Mobile; s. M. R. Gardner, Mobile, and Martha V. Hood; b. Sept. 29. 1862; 
>a. Katherine A. Slaughter, Birmingham, Aug. 10, 1898. 

Gaston, W. Lee, ( Law ) 

1880, Gold Hill, Nevada. 

*Hill, John Blackhawk, (Fr.), Morgan Co. 

1880, Morgan Co.; d. 188—. 

Hill, Joseph Robert, (Fr.), manufacturer, Calera. 

1 880, Calera; s. Wilson Hill, Kingston, and Lettie Mildred Hill; b. Dec. 25, 
1859; Saw Mill and Lime business; m. Minnie P. Givahn, Chilton Co., Feb. 14, 1889. 

Holmes, John Edward, (Fr.), merchant, Fort Deposit. 

1880, Letohatchie, Lowndes Co.; s. John Peter Holmes, Letohatchie, and Susan 
A. L. Mathews; b. Jan. i, 1861; m. Ella Rebecca Garrett, Fort Deposit, June 27, 1894. 

Hood, William Cook, (See 1877). 

Huey, Edwin King, (Fr.), New Orleans, La. 

1880, Marion; s. Col. B. M. Huey, Marion, and Sarah King; b. July 2, 1864; 
formerly Cashier, Excelsior Coal Co., Gurnee; now Asst. Sec. and Treas., New 
Orleans Acid and Fertilizer Co.; m. Lizzie Hardy, Meridian, Miss., May 19, 1892. 

Irby, Thomas Evans, (Fr.), book-keeeper, Washington, D. C. 

1880, Gee's Bend, Wilcox Co.: s. William Irby, Gee's Bend, and Elizabeth Wil- 
liams Pettway; b. May 20, 1862. 

Ledbetter, Thomas Pryor, (Fr.), trav. salesman, Gadsden. 

1880, Scottsboro; s. Joel Ledbetter, Vienna, and Jane Catherine Dillard; b. 
July 3, 1866; m. Mary Lou Elgin, Gadsden, Nov. 16, 1886. 

Lichten, Jacob, (Soph.), druggist, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

1879, Greenville; s. Morris Lichten and Bertha Weil; Ph. G., Louisville Co). 
Pharmacy; Chemist for Drug Co.; now Trav. Salesman, Fitts & Wiehl. 

Maxwell, Eugene Walter, (Fr.), elec. engineer, Seattle, Wash. 

1880, Kellyton, Coosa Co.; s. Francis Marion Maxwell and Alabama Jordan; 
b. Nov. 14, 1865; Constructing Engineer, N. Y., 1888-90; St. Paul, Minn., 1890-93, 
Portland, Oregon, 1893-06, Cripple Creek, Col., 1896-98; Supt., Snoqualmie Falls 
Power Co.. 1898-iQoo. at Seattle, Wash. 



270 Record of Students [1881 

Maxwell, Francis Marion, Jr., (Fr.), lawyer, Waco, Tex. 

1880, Kelly ton, Coosa Co.; s. Francis M. Maxwell and Alabama Jordan; b. 
March 4, 1863. 

Maxwell, Richard Henry, (Fr.), planter, Northport. 

1880, Northport; s. Richard Maxwell and Fannie Sexton; b. Sept. 27, 1863; m. 
Belle Clements, New Lexington, Dec. 31, 1884. 

McTyer, Robert Adair, Jr., (Soph.), Bainbridge, Ga. 

1879, Eufaula; s. Robert Adair McTyer, Eufaula, and Caroline Fullmore; b. 
iNOV. 27, 1858; Employee, Ga. Fine R'way Co.; m. Evelyn H. Harrell, Bainbridge, Ga., 
April 13, i886. 

Mitchell, James William, (Fr.), teacher, Curry. 

1880, Olustee Creek, Pike Co.; s. Mitchell and Sarah Ozier; m. (i) 

Susie Bradberry, 1888, (2) Mrs. Strickland. 

Morgan, George Worthington, (Fr.), merchant, Montevallo. 

1880, Montevallo; s. John P. Morgan and Georgia Worthington; b. Jan. 9, 
1864; m. Leila McConaughey, Montevallo, Nov. 14, 1894. 

Norwood, Samuel Willis, (Fr.), planter, Dozier, Tex. 

1880, Stevenson; s. Samuel C. Norwood, Fabius, and Sarah A. Mills; b. Oct. 2, 
i860; Cattle Ranching; m. Tempie V. Hall, Stevenson, Jan. 19, 1892. 

Parker, Charles Foster, (Jun.), officer, U. S. Army. 

1879, University; s. Prof. William A. Parker and Martha English Foster; b. 
Nov. 16, 1863; Grad., U. S. Mil. Acad., 1886; Capt., Artillery Service. 

Parmer, Clinton Love, (Fr.), salesman, Waco, Tex. 

1880, Greenville; s. Dr. C. D. Parmer, Greenville, and Ellen Oliver; b. March 
I, 1865; Trav. Salesman, (in Tenn. from 1885-93, in Tex. since 1893); m. Lizzie Alma 
Guetry, Nashville, Tenn., June 10, 1895. 

Powell, John Boiling, (Soph.), lawyer, Greenville. 

1879, Greenville; s. John L. Powell and Lucinda E. Boiling; Planter, 1881-90, 
since then Real Estate, Timber Dealer and Lawyer; County Solicitor, Butler Co., 
1890-92; ni. Virginia Reid, Greenville. 

Preuit, Travis Lamar, (Soph.) 

1879, Lawrence Co. 

Sanders, William Carroll, Jr., (Fr.), merchant, Luverne. 

1880. Troy; s. W. C. Sanders, Troy, and E. L. Heath; b. Sept. 15, 1857; Clerk, 
Troy, 1881-82; Merchant, Troy, 1883; Supt., Mescalero Indian Boarding School. 
Mescalero, N. M., 1885-89; m. Lula A. Foster, Little Oak, July 12, 1888. 

Skelton, David Parsons, (Fr.), merchant, Scottsboro. 

1880. Scottsboro; s. James S. Skelton, Scottsboro, and Mary S. Scott; b. 1864; 
Trav. Salesman several years. 

Strickland. Noble Morgan, (Soph.), planter, Birmingham. 

1880, Woodstock; s. Wilson Strickland, Woodstock, and Lucanda Herring; 

b. April 10. i8';6; Teacher, 1881-97; Dairy Farmer, 1900 ; m. Amanda Loveless, 

Birminghim. Jan. 8, 1888. 



i882] Graduates with Titled Degrees 271 

Swanson, William Graves, wholesale grocer, Danville, Va. 

1878, Hayneville, Lowndes Co.; s. John M. Swanson, Swansonville, Va., and 
C. R., Pritchett; Chief Clerk in Indian Service. 

Tompkins, William Henry, (Fr.), Bristol, Va. 

1880, Fitzpatrick; s. Christopher Tompkins, Fitzpatrick, and Sarah Farrier; b. 
Sept. 24, 1861; Employee of So. Express Co.; m. Jessie Wood, Morristown, Tenn., June 
8, 1893- 

Watson, J. D., (Fr.) 

1880, Columbus, Miss. 

*Wedgworth, Willie McNeill, (Soph.), planter, McLeod, Miss. 

1880, Noxubee Co., Miss.; d. i88 — . 

White, Walter J., (Soph.), cashier, Uniontown. 

1879, Uniontown; s. George M. White, Uniontown, and Nancy Morgan; b. 
May 10, 1864; Capt., Miss. Nat. Guards, 1885-89; Sec. and Treas., Uniontown Oil 
Co. and Warehouse and Compress Co.; Cashier, Planters and Merchants' Bank, 
1890 . 

Whitlock, William Ross, (Soph.) 

1879, Gadsden. 

Wier, Peter Eugene, (Fr.), planter, Dancy. 

1880, Sherman; s. Peter Wier and Harriet E. Hibbler; b. June 16, rS6r; m. 
Sue Lee Cavett, Macon, Miss., Feb. 9, 1888. 

*Wilmarth, George Curtis, (Fr.), Mobile. 

1880, Mobile; s. A. M. Wilmarth, Mobile; killed in R.R. collision, 1885. 

1882. Graduates with Titled Degrees 
♦Anderson, Albert Dunn, LL. B., lawyer, Mobile. 

1881, Mobile; s. William S. Anderson and Rebecca Strudwick; d. i886. 

Baker, James Wynn, A. B., planter and merchant. Kymulga. 

1878, Kymulga, Talladega Co.; s. William Baker and Lockie A. Wynn; b. 
March I, i860; m. Emmie C. Whitson, Talladega, Oct. 15, 1889. 

♦Burgess, William Henry, B. E., book-keeper, Atlanta, Ga. 

1880, Roanoke; s. J. P. Burgess, Columbus, Ga., and Amanda E. Jordan; b. 
at West Point, Ga., May 16, 1858; m. Annie Julia Gillam, Antioch, Ga., Nov. 29. 
1 88s; d. June 8, 1894. 

Carson, James Webb, A. B., LL. B., '84, lawyer, Tuscaloosa. 

1879, Tuscaloosa; s. Thomas Lynch Carson, Sr., and Sarah Virginia Marr; b. 
July 4, 1863. 

Cochrane, Jerome Bowling, A. B., insurance, Houston, Tex. 

1880, Mobile; s. Dr. Jerome Cochrane, Mobile, and Sarah Jane Collins; b. 
Nov. 9, 1863; Insurance Agent and Adjuster; m. Annie Fort Walker, of Tusca- 
loosa, at Raleigh, N. C, Dec. 17, 1883. 



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Crenshaw, John White, LL. B., (See 1881). 

Davis, Hubert Trevellyn, A. B., lawyer, Gadsden. 

1879, Tuskegee; s. Richard Tatum Davis and Mary C. Fort; b. Mar. 9, 1864; 
Teacher, Barton Acad., 1882-86; Teacher, Carrollton, 1886-89; Solicitor, City Ct., 
Gadsden, 1895-1900; Trustee, Univ. of Ala., 1897 ; Mem., Constitu. Conv., 1901. 

Dickey, Leonidas Cicero, LL. B., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1881, Raif, Montgomery Co.; s. Willis Wesley Dickey, Raif, and Anne Bur- 
gess; Prof., History and Eng. Lit., Southern Univ., Greensboro, 1883-84. 

Douglass, Robert Leroy, A. M., (See 1881). 

Elmore, Benjamin Fitzpatrick, LL. B., lawyer, Demopolis. 

1881, Elmore, Elmore Co.; s. Albert Elmore and Mary Jane Taylor; b. July 22, 
1861, in Montgomery; Asst. Clerk, House of Rep., 1886-91; Solicitor of ist Jud. Cir- 
cuit, 1892 — ; m. Elizabeth Bostick Willett, Carrollton, Jan., 1894. 

*Foster, George Washington, LL. B., lawyer, Tuscaloosa. 

1881, Tuscaloosa; s. George Washington Foster and Catherine Hazeltine Quarles; 
Lawyer at Anniston, 1883-86, Tuscaloosa, 1886-88; m. Mrs. Belle Woodruff Booth, 
Tuscaloosa, Aug., 1883; d. Feb. 17, 1888. 

Foster, Henry Bacon, A. M., LL. B., '84, lawyer, Tuscaloosa. 

1878, Tuscaloosa; s. Joshua Hill Foster and Frances Cornelia Bacon; b. May 
9, 1863; Teacher at Gadsden, 1882-83; Mayor, Tuscaloosa, 1890-94; Major, 2nd Reg., 
Ala. Vol., Spanish War, 1898; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1898-1902; Trustee, U. of 
Ala., 1900 ; m. Jennie Hester, Tuscaloosa. 

Gillespy, John Finley, LL. B., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1881, Madison; s. Campbell M. Gillespy and Narcissa L. Clarke; b. Dec. 12, 
1859; m. Zuleika T. Burgamy, Birmingham, Jan. 29, 1890. 

Hamilton, Peter Joseph, LL. B., lawyer, Mobile. 

1881, Mobile; s. Peter Hamilton, Mobile, and Anna Martha Beers; b. March 
19, 1859; A. B., 1879, A. M., 1882, Princeton ; Mem. Ala. History Commission; 
Author of "Colonial Mobile," "Rambles in Historic Lands;" Contributor to Peiiod- 
icals; City Attorney, Mobile, 1891-94; m. Rachel Wheeler Burgett, Mobile, 189 1. 

Johnson, Joseph Henry, A. M., (See 1881). 

Tones, Archibald Amos, B. E., A. M., '85, educator, Asheville. 
N. C. 

1879, Uniontown; s. John Archibald Jones, Lexington, Mo., and Mary Vincent 
Scott; b. Sept. 22, i860; Teacher in Uniontown Acad., 1882-83, Centenary Collegiate 
Inst., Hackettstown, N. J., 1883-86, Dalton, Ga., Female Col., 1885-89; Pres., Central 
Col., Lexington, Mo., 1889-97; Pres., Asheville, N. C, Col., since Sept., 1897; m. Kate 
Harben, Jan. 18, 1888, Dalton, Ga. 

Langton, Daniel Webster, A. B., A. M., '88, Ph. D.. '92, New 
York. 

1879, Citronelle; s. Daniel W. Langdon, Russell, and Emma Elizabeth Coart 
Nelson; b. May s, 1864; Asst., Ala. Geol. Survey, 1883-89; Asst. Prof, of Chem., U. 
of Ala., 1889; Fellow, Geol. Soc. of America, 1890; Original Fellow and Sec, Amer. 
Soc. Landscape Architects, 1889-90; Regent, Sigma Nu Fraternity, 1885-90; Land- 
scape Architect; m. Bernice Francis, New Haven, Ct., Aug. 17, 1896. 



1882] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 273 

*Little, James Kibbler, LL. B., (See 1879). 

McCombs, Jason G., A. B., Tahlequah, Ind. Ter. 

1879, Senatobia, Miss.; Asst. Cashier, Bank, Fort Smith, Ark.; U. S. Com- 
missioner, Indian Ter.; ni. Lillie Marcum, Richmond, Ky., 1885. 

♦Oliver, Isaac, A. B., LL. B., '83, lawyer, Houston, Tex. 

1879, Tuscaloosa; s. Isaac Oliver and Julia Murphy; m. Florence Sadler, 
Memphis, Tenn., 1891; d. 1898. 

Palmer, Thomas Waverly, B. E., (See 1881). 

Parks, William Lycan, LL. B., lawyer, Troy. 

1 88 1, Troy; s. William Hayne Parks and Catherine Benbow; Cnancellor, S. 
E. Division of Ala., 1898-1904; m. (i) Mary Vernon Hilliard, Troy, Oct. 15, 1884, 
(2) Sue Elizabeth Coleman, Troy, Oct. 2T, 1892. 

Patton, Walter Steele, A. B., planter, Foster's. 

1879, Knoxville; s. Thomas Jefferson Patton, Knoxville, and Jane McGiffert; 
b. May 8, 1861; Rep., Gen. Assem., 1894-96; m. Josie Foster, Jan. 6, 1884. 

Phillips, Murray Webster, A. B., dentist, Louisville, Ky. 

J877, New Madrid, Mo.; jJ. D. S., 1888, Mo. Dental Col.; m. Mary E. Hardin, 
Louisville, Ky., Aug. 13, 1885. 

Price, Charles Littleton, LL. B., lawyer, Flint. 

1881, Morgan Co. 

Smith, Thomas Herndon, LL. B., Mobile. 

1881, Mobile; s. John Little Smith and Virginia Alabama Herndon; b. May 19, 
1856; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1894-95; State Senator, 1896-97; Chancellor, S. W. 
Division, 1898 — ; m. Lily Goldthwaite, Mobile, Oct. 16, 1890. 

Spencer, William Micajah, A. B., LL. B., '83, lawyer and planter, 
Gallion. 

1879, Knoxville; s. Alvis H. H. Spencer, Knoxville, and Susan E. Burress; b. 
July 21, i860; m. Bertha Gracey Steele, Gallion, July lo, 1889. 

Ward, Thomas Robert, Jr., A. B., merchant, Greensboro. 

1880, Greensboro; s. Dr. Thomas Robert Ward, and Elizabeth Francis Burton; 
b. July 20, 1863; Warehouseman; m. Fannie Lauretta Coleman, Hale Co., Nov., 1885. 

Worthington, John Warren, B. E., contractor, Birmingham. 

1880, Birmingham; s. M. A. Worthington, Trussville, and Elizabeth Truss; 
R.R. and Mine Contractor. 

1882. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

Allison, Evan Frank, (Fr.), Livingston. 

1881, Livingston; Runs Saw Mill; m. Mary Derby, Gaston. 

Barker, William Hill, (Soph.), planter. Selmu. 

1881, Summerfield, Dallas Co.; s. Thomas W. Barker, Summerfield, and Martha 
E. Sturdivant; Teacher, 1884-93; Deputy Tax Assessor, Dallas Co., 1893-96. 



2 74 Record of Students [1882 

Baugh, Joel Leftwich, (Sen.), LL. B., '83, traveling salesman, 
Florence. 

1879, Tuscaloosa; s. Richard B. Baugh, Tuscaloosa, and Virginia W. Leftwich; 
b. June 24, 1862. 

*Brooks, Jesse Wesley, (Fr.), physician, Centre Star. 

1881, Centre Star, Lauderdale Co.; s. Jesse Wesley Brooks and Ollie Kennedy; 
M. D.; d. Sept. 24, 1887. 

Buchanon, Alexander Watson, (Soph.), engineer, Los Angeles, 
Cal. 

1880, New Madrid, Mo.; s. Charles W. Buchanon, St. Paul, Minn., and Laura 
Kate Watson; b. May 21, 1865; Grad., Manual Training School, St. Louis, Mo., 1883; 
M. E., Cornell Univ., 1887; in charge of Engineering Dept., National Cash Register 
Co., Dayton, 0.; Asst. Engineer, Edison Elec. jL^ight Co., Los Angeles, 1901; m. Mary 
Williams Vankirk, Newfield, N. Y., Sept. 27, 1S94. 

Clayton, Bertram Tracy, (Jun.), officer, U. S. Army. 

1 880, Clayton; s. Henry D. Clayton, University, and Victoria V. Hunter; b. 
Oct. 19, 1862; Cadet, U. S. M. Acad., 1S82-86; 2nd Lieut., nth U. S. Inf., 1886-88; 
Adj., Captain, Major, N. Y. Nat. Guards, 1890-98; Capt, Troop C, N. Y. Vol., U. S. 
A., Spanish War, 1898; Col., N. Y. Nat. Guards, 1899; Member s6th Congress, U. S., 
189 q.t; appointed Q M., Rank Capt., U. S. A., iQoi; m. Louise M. Braslier, 
Brooklyn, N. Y., June 9, 1887. 

Davis, Samuel Thomas, (Fr.), cashier, Kansas City, Mo. 

i88i, New Madrid, Mo.; s. S. T. Davis, New x adrid. Mo., and Elizabeth 
McGuire; Cashier, American Ex. Co., Kansas City, Mo.; m. Nora Monseth, Kansas 
City, Mo. 

Davis, William Elias Brownlee, (Jun.), Birmingham. 

1881, Birmingham; s. Dr. Elias Davis and Georgianna Lathem; b. Nov. 25, 
1863; M. D., Bellevue Hosp. Med. Col., 1884; Prof., Med. CoL, Birmingham; Ex- 
Pres. of the Tri-State Med. Soc. of Ala., Ga. and Tenn. ; V. Pres. of Pan- American 
Med. Congress, 1896; Fellow of the British Gynecological Society; Pres., Amer. 
Associ. of Obstetrics and Gynecologists; Sec, Sou. Surg, and Gy. Association; m. 
Gertrude Mustin, Birmingham, Aug. 12, 1897. 

Dennis, James Monroe, (Fr.), trav. salesman, 

1881, Coopers, Chilton Co.; s. John Dennis, Coopers, and Mary McClure. 

*Dicus, Joel McLendon, (Fr.), physician, Scottsboro. 

1881, Scottsboro, Jackson Co.; s. William H. Dicus, Scottsboro; b. 1862; M. D., 
Mobile, 1881; Treas., Jackson Co., 1886-90; d. at San Antonio, Tex., 1890. 

Durr, John Wesley, Jr., (Soph.), druggist, Montgomery. 

1881, Montgomery; s. John Wesley Durr and Rebecca Holt; b. March 14, 1863; 

Wholesale Grocer, 1884-1899, Wholesale Druggist, 1896 ; m. Lucy Judkins, Nov. 

25, 1886. 

Epes, James Vernon, (Soph.), planter, Epes. 

1880, Epes; s. John W. Epes and Martha Thomas. 

Faber, William Seward, (Fr.), trav. salesman, New Yoric. 

1 88 1, Montgomery. 



1882] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 275 

♦Faulk, Lorenzo Kendrick, (Sen.), lawyer, Fort Worth, Tex. 

1879, Bullock Co.; Prin., Clayton Acad., 1882-83; m. Lillie Robson, Barbour 
Co., Sept., 1882. 

♦Fountain, James Crozier, (Soph.), book-keeper, Greenville. 

1880, Montgomery; s. Henry T. Fountain and Maggie Crozier; b. March 30, 
1861; d. Feb. 26, 1892. 

*Gautier, John Hora, (Sen.), physician, Tuskegee. 

1879, Tuskegee; s. Dr. W. J. Gautier, Tuskegee, and Mary Eliza Jane Hora; 
M. D., U. of Louisville, 1888; m. Flora Virginia Campbell, Tuskegee, Oct. 9, 1889; 
d. July 14, 1892. 

Gibson, Jefferson Demetrius, (Fr.), physician, Birmingham. 

1881, Northport; s. Richard Tindall Gibson, Birmingham, and Sarah Ann 
McDaniel; b. April 23, 1863; M. D., Mobile, 1887; City Physician, Birmingham, 
1896-97; Med. Student, New York, Paris and Vienna; m. Martha Edlena Burgamy, 
Birmingham, June i, 1892. 

Graham, James Kenan, (Fr.), planter and dairying, Selma. 

1 88 1, Selma; s. C. W. Graham and Mary Kenan. 

Graham, Neill Smith, (Jun.), banker, San Antonio, Tex. 

1879, Tuskegee; s. Neill Smith Graham and Ellen Hutchinson; b. April 6, 
1862; Reg. in Chancery, Macon Co., 1884-88; m. Ruby Martin, San Antonio, Tex., 
Feb. 25, 1897. 

♦Hairston, Robert Percy, (Fr.), merchant and planter, Hairston. 

1881, Boligee, Greene Co.; s. Robert A. Hairston, Eutaw, and Mary Hays; m. 
Marie V. Wood, Tuscaloosa, Feb. 11, 1890; d. Dec. 21, 1892. 

Horton, John R., (Fr.), merchant, Carrollton. 

188 1, Pleasant Ridge; s. William Horton and Mary Kirkland; m. Amelia B. 
McCaa, 1884. 

Huey, Eugene Leroy, (Fr.), book-keeper, Bessemer. 

1881, Marion; s. Col. Benjamin Maclin Huey and Sarah E. King; b. Nov. 6, 
1865; Asst. P. M., Bessemer, 1883-87; Book-keeper and Cashier, Bessemer Fire Brick 
Co.; m. Mattie M. McAdory, Bessemer, Oct. 10, 1899. 

Huey, George Washington, ( Fr. ) , planter, Shady Grove. 

1881, Pike Co.; s. Robert Emmet Huey and Senith Sophia Penelope Adams; 
b. Dec. 6, 1863; ra. Julia Ada Sellers, Inverness, Dec. 17, 1884. 

♦Johnston, Ben William, (Soph.), Mobile. 

1880, Mobile; s. Ben W. Johnston, Mobile, and Georgia Owen; b. 1864; d. 1882. 

Jones, William Joseph, (Soph.), clerk, Butler Springs. 

1 88 1, Allenton; s. William Bonner Jones, Oak Hill, and Laura Walthall; b. 
Sept. 20, 1861; Railway Postal Clerk; m. Rosa McWilliams, 1888. 

Lott, Robert Lee, (Fr.), Mobile. 

1 88 1, Mobile; a. E. B. Lott. ' 



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McDaniel, Edward Leroy, (Soph.), teacher, Milton, Fla. 

1 88 1, Camden; s. Dr. E. D. McDaniel, Mobile, and Matilda Blair Tabb; b. 
Dec. 18, 1862; Prin., Santa Rosa Acad., 1891-92; Supt. of Public Instruction, Santa 
Rosa Co., Fla.; Supt. of Schools; m. Ida Sabra McDavid, Chumuckla, Fla., Sept. 

1, 1886. 

Mclntyre, Frank, (Jun.), officer, U. S. Army. 

1880, Montgomery; s. Denis Mclntyre, Montgomery, and Mary Gaughan; Grad., 
U. S. M. A., West Point, N. Y., 1886; Inf. and Cav. School, 1890; Instructor at U. S. 
M. A., 1891-95; Army Officer, (Capt., 1900), served in Porto Rico and Philippines; 
m. Marie Dennett, Dallas, Tex., July 12, 1892. 

Moody, Lit, (Fr.), merchant, Scottsboro. 

1 88 1, Scottsboro; s. Miles Moody, Kyle, and Rebecca Edwards; m. Hattie 
Alley, Scottsboro, Jan., 1889. 

Moore, Byrd Lee, (Fr.), minister, Randolph. 

1 88 1, Summerfield; s. Clement B. Moore and Jacqueline Louisa King; b. Sept. 

2, 1865; Minister, M. E. Church, South; m. Clyde Evelyn Jackson, Pine Apple, Sept. 
2, 1896. 

Murray, Malcolm Reed, (Fr.), merchant, Huntsville. 

1881, Huntsville, Madison Co.; s. A. T. Murray, New Decatur, and Alice Reed; 
b. Aug. 10, 1865; Supt. Ed., Madison Co., 1887-97; ni. Mary Fearn. 

Nelson, Franklin Allen, Jr., (Soph.), manufacturer, Anniston. 

1880, Columbiana; s. H. S. Nelson, Columbiana, and Sarah A. Elliott; Pres., 
South Anniston Land Co.; Mfg. Fire Brick; Cotton Goods Manufacturer; m. Olive 
P. Leeper, May 21, 1890. 

Peterson, Howell Decatur, (Fr.), R. R. conductor, Kerrville, Tex. 

1881, Tuscaloosa; s. Howell Decatur Peterson, Tuscaloosa, and Emily Hendricks. 

Posey, James Willis, (Soph.), lawyer, Monroeville. 

1881, Greenville; s. Col. J. W. Posey, Mobile, and Mary Elizabeth Rutledge; 
b. Oct. 28, 1862; m. Cora Ivine Hutt, Brewton. 

Reynolds, Thomas Jordan, (Fr.), banker, Montgomery. 

1 88 1, Montgomery; s. Thomas Henry Reynolds and Elizabeth A. Jordan; b. 
Jan. 27, 1864; Teller, Merchants' and Planters' Nat. Bank, Montgomery; m. (i) 
Mollie E. Mitchell, Glennville, (2) Emily E. Allen, Montgomery, Dec, 1895. 

Richardson, William Hall, (Law), minister, McKinney, Tex. 

1881, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. Samuel Bainbridge Richardson, Louisville, Ky., and 

Eliza J. Price; Pastor of Presby-terian Church at Mobile, Uniontown, Marion and 

Gadsden, Ala., and McKinney, Tex.; Synodical Evangelist, State of Tex.; m. (i) 
Maggie B. Stuart, Shelbyville, Ky., (2) Mary Lovelace, Marion, Ala. 

Rippetoe, John Alfred, (Fr.), druggist, Dallas, Tex. 

1881, Brenham, Tex.; s. Dr. A. H. Rippetoe and Amazon N. Graham; m. 
Hallie Bums Crane. 

Simpson, Thomas James, (Fr.), Tuscaloosa. 

1881, Tuscaloosa; s. George W. Simpson and Emily McMillan, b. Dec. 18, 1865. 



1883] Graduates with Titled Degrees 277 

Stickney, Richard Austin, (Soph.), Montgomery. 

1881, Montgomery; s. H. G. Stickney, Montgomery, and Mary Owen. 

Thomas, Edmund Cody, (Soph.), accountant, Montgomery. 

1880, Clayton; s. Elias H. Thomas, Otho, Henry Co., and Nancy Hays; Naval 
Cadet, Annapolis, 1883; Paymaster, Lady Ensley Coal, Iron and R.R. Co., Sheffield, 
4 years; Book-keeper, Atlanta, Ga., 2 years; Warrant Clerk, Auditor's Office, Mont- 
gomery, 1 896- 1 900. 

Vaughan, David Reeves, (Soph.), planter, Catherine. 

1880, Mobile; s. James H. Vaughan, Orrville, and Belle Cally; b. Sept. 16, 
1863; Stock business in Texas, 1882-83; Car Accountant, Houston & Tex. Central, 
1884-86; Accountant, San Antonio & Aransas Pass, 1886-92. 

Watrous, Frank Peters, (Jun.), planter, Punta Gorda, British 
Honduras, C. A. 

1877, Belize, British Honduras; s. T. A. Watrous, Belize, Central Amer., and 
Margaret Stanton; m. Ninna Ada Steele, Eutaw, Oct. 10, 1882. 

Wise, William T., (Fr.), physician. Coopers. 

i88i. Coopers, Chilton Co.; s. J. T. Wise, Coopers; M. D., Sou. Med. Col., 1889. 

1883. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

Almon, Edward Berton, LL. B., lawyer, Tuscumbia. 

1882, Lawrence Co.; George W. Almon, Colbert Co., and Nancy E. Eubank; 
b. April 18, i860; State Senator (31st Dist.), 1892-96; Judge, nth Jud. Circuit, 
1898- — — ; m. Luie Clopper, Tuscumbia, Dec. 13, 1887. 

Anderson, John Crawford, LL. B., (See 1881). 

Andrews, William Franklin, B. E., minister, Gadsden. 

1879, Dallas Co.; s. Rev. A. S. Andrews and Virginia Hudson; Minister, M. E. 
Church, South., Florence, Sheffield, Gadsden; m. Laura Seay, April 3, 1895. 

Baugh, Joel Leftwich, LL. B., (See 1882). 

*Brothers, William Patton, A. B., physician. Cane Creek. 

1879, Cane Creek, Calhoun Co.; s. Dr. P. H. Brothers and Ginsey Downing; 
b. March i6, i86i; M. D., 1886, Col. P. & S., Baltimore; d. Dec. 10, 1886. 

Coleman, Phares, A. M., LL. B., '85, lawyer, Montgomery. 

1882, Greensboro; s. Judge A. A. Coleman, Birmingham, and Amanda Malvina 
Phares; b. March 31, 1865; A. B., 1882, Sou. Univ., Greensboro; Reporter, Decisions 
Supreme Court, Ala., 1894—; m. Maggie S. Peterson, Greensboro, Nov. 12, 1889. 

*Earle, Joseph Berry, Jr., A. B., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1880, Birmingham; s. J. B. Earle, Binninsham, and Caroline E. Martin; d. 
March 19, 1887. 

*Fitzpatrick, Benjamin James, A. B., lawyer, Wetumpka. 

1881, Montgomery; s. Elmore Joseph Fitzpatrick and Virginia Rosalie Armistead; 
attended Univ. of Va., 1884; d. at Montgomery, Nov. 6, 1894. 



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Foster, John Manly, LL. B., lawyer, Tuscaloosa. 

1882, Foster's; s. Rev. John C. Foster and Georgia A. Maharry; b. Nov. 7, 
1859; A. B., Howard Col., 1880; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1890-91; Solicitor, Tusca- 
loosa Co., 1897 ; Mem., Constitu. Conv., 1901; m. (i) ELathleen Mary Clarke, 

Demopolis, April 19, 1893, (2) Mabel R. Clarke, Demopolis, Oct. 12, 1898. 

Hardaway, Benjamin Hurt, A. B., B. E., '84, A. M., '86, C. E., 
'87, civil engineer, Columbus, Ga. 

1881, University; s. Col. R. A. Hardaway and Rebecca Elizabeth Hurt; b. Feb. 
19, 1866; Instructor in Math., Univ. of Ala., 1884-86; Author of "Tables and For^ 
mulae for R. R. Engineers;" R'way Contractor; m. Rebecca Money, Carrollton, Miss., 
Sept. 12, 1888. 

Hayes, Andrew Wilson, A. B., teacher, Woodstock. 

1880, Bibb Co.; m. Josie Going, Sept. 21, 1893. 

Hopkins, Charles, A. B., clerk, Alexandria, La. 

1879, Mobile; Clerk and Book-keeper; m. Margaret DeBondile Poellnitz, 
Rembert. 

*Kelly, Samuel Houston, A. B., druggist, Mexia, Tex. 

1880, Demopolis; s. Dr. William D. F. Kelly, Demopolis, and Sallie Wim- 
berly; Druggist at Mexia, Tex., then at Waco; m. May Pendergast, Mexia, Tex., 
June I, 1886; d. 1896. 

Lampley, Harris Dee, LL. B., (See 1880). 

*Liddell, Charles Pinkerney, A. B., planter, Marietta, Ind. Ter. 

1879, Gadsden; s. William Liddell, Gadsden, and Eveline B. Wynne; b. July 
II, J864; Marshal, Marietta, Ind. Ten; m. Callie Lee Cain, Thackerville, Ind. Ter., 
1886; d. Feb. 5, 1901. 

Little, John Buckner, A. B., A. M., 1886, Forest Home. 

1879, Monterey, Butler Co.; s. John G. Little, Greenville, and Sophronia E. 
Howell; b. Oct. lo, 1861; Asst. Prof. Chem., U. of Ala., 1883-87; Pres., S. Ala. Ins., 
Greenville, 1887-90; Prin., Mil. Acad., Huntsville, 1890-91; Editor Tuscaloosa Times, 
1886, True Democrat, 1888, State Review, 1895-96; Author, "History Butler Co." 
1885; Teacher in Butler Co.; m. Lula Duncan, Huntsville, 1890. 

Loughridge, James Allen, A. B., merchant, Waco, Tex. 

1880, Marlin, Tex.; s. Robert McGill Loughridge, D. D., and Harriet Johnson; 
b. April 6, 1861; m. (i) Ruth H. Patillo, Marlin, Tex., June 8, 1892, (2) Emma 
Foster, Velasco, Tex., June 14, 1899. 

Marks, Robert Means, B. E., civil engineer. Mare Island, Valleho, 
Cal. 

1880, Montgomery; s. James Marks, Montgomery, and Eliza Williams Means. 

Martin, Wolsey Randall, A. B., LL. B., '84, A. M., '89, lawyer. 
Fort Smith, Ark. 

1879, Tuscaloosa; s. John Mason Martin and Lucy C. Peck; m. Sue Dedie 
Sozeman, Tuscaloosa, June i6, 1884. 

McCalla, Richard Calvin, Jr., A. B., C. E., '91, Tuscaloosa. 

1879, Tuscaloosa; s. Richard Calvin McCalla and Margaret Eliza Lewis; b. 



1883] Graduates with Titled Degrees 279 

April 20, 1864; Mem., American Soc. Engineers, Dec. 15, 1894; U. S. Asst. Engineer, 

Warrior River Improvement Works, 1888 ; m. Mrs. Lula B. Stringfellow, (nee 

Hoskins), June 23. 1896, Tuscaloosa. 

McConnell, Roscoe, A. B., real estate, Birmingham. 

1879, Birmingham; s. John W. McConnell and Janie M. Scott; b. Dep. 23, 
1861; Real Estate and Fire Insurance business; m. Mrs. Terry (nee Richards), in 
Asheville, N. C, July 25, 1900. 

McKenzie, Peter Beauregard, LL. B., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1882, Tuskegee; s. P. R. McKenzie, Attalla, and E. C. Robison; b. March 2, 
1862; Deputy Clerk, Circuit Court, Barbour Co., 1884; Reg. in Chanc, Barbour Co., 
1885-89; Mayor, Eufaula, 1894-99; moved to Birmingham, 1899; m. Claudia Hill, 
Perry, Ga., Nov. 23, 1887. 

McQueen, John, LL. B., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1882, Eutawj s. John McQueen, Darlington, S. C, and Sarah E. Pickens; 
County Solicitor, Walker Co., 1884-87; Mem., Lower House, Gen. Assem., Ala., 
1892-95, 1898-99; Asst. Solicitor, Jeflferson Co.; m. Caroline Beale, Montgomery, 
Feb. 10, 1901. 

Miller, Robert Hyneman, A. B., A. M., 1886, Minden, La. 

1879, Denton, Tex.; s. James Weston Miller, Union, Greene Co., and Elizabeth 
Hudson; b. April 12, 1864; Teacher, Bowie, Tex., 1884-85; Prin., Magnolia, Ark., 
High School, 1S85-87; Supt., Camden, Ark., Public Schools, 1887-90; Treas., Minden, 
La., 1895-1900; Cashier, Bank of Minden; m. Treeby Chaflfe, Minden, June 14, 1893. 

*01iver, Isaac, LL. B., (See 1882). 

Price, John Wesley, LL. B. 



1882, Morgan Co. 

Reese, Henry Fontayne, A. B., lawyer, Selma. 

188 1, Demopolis; s. Henry Winston Reese and Julia Malvina Winn; b. Dec. 
15, 1863; Mem., Constitu. Conv., 1901; m. Kate Lamar, Selma, Dec. 8, 1886. 

Seed, Walter Dudley, A. B., merchant, Tuscaloosa. 

1879, Tuscaloosa; s. Charles Clinton Seed, Sr., Tuscaloosa, and Mattie Cordet 
White; b. June 26, 1864; Treas., Tuscaloosa Co., 1896-1900; m. Ellen E. Foster, 
Tuscaloosa Co., Sept. 21, 1888. 

*Somerville, Percy Russell, A. B., LL. B., '84, lawyer, Vaiden, 

Miss. 

1880, Tuscaloosa; s. James Somerville, Carrollton, Miss., and Martha G. Hudson; 
Supt. Educa., Carroll Co.; Pres. Elector, 1893; m. Emily Ayres Stansbury, Carrollton, 
Miss., Oct., 1887; d. May 27, 1899. 

Spencer, William Micajah, LL. B., (See 1882). 

*Spurlock, James Madison, LL. B., lawyer, Eufaula. 

1882, Eufaula, Barbour Co.; s. James Madison Spurlock and Tabitha Lawhane; 
d. March, 1894. 

Stevens, Milton Spofford, LL. B., minister, Nocatee, Fla. 

1882, Rock Mills, Randolph Co.; s. Wilkins Stevens and Henrietta Hill Pounds; 



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b. May i, 1862; A. B., Howard Col., 1894; Lawyer, 1883-84; Baptist Minister and 
Editor; m. (i) Annie Myles Green, Wetumpka, June, 1885; (2) Mattie L. C. Enloe, 
Wedowee, Dec. 22, 1889. 

Stringfellow, Horace, LL. B., lawyer, Montgomery. 

1882, Montgomery; s. Rev. Horace Stringfellow and Mary M. Green; m. Grill 
Bush, Montgomery. 

Tunstall, Alfred Moore, B. E., LL. B., '84, lawyer,, Greensboro. 

188 1, Greensboro; s. Wiley Croom Tunstall and Augusta E. Hobson; Rep., Gen. 
Assem., Ala., 1896-1902. 

Wilkinson, Charles Lee, LL. B., lawyer, Montgomery. 

1882, Greenville; s. William W. Wilkinson, Greenville, and Elizabeth J. Vinson. 

*Wood, Edwin Hervey, LL. B., lawyer and planter, Barr's Mill. 

1882, Troy; s. Augustus Evans Wood, Brundidge, and Jane Melmoth Pinkard; 
m. Cattie Beauchamp, Maymauville, Oct. 4, 1883; d. Sept. 29, 1887. 

1883. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 
Beard, Robert Wesley, (Fr.), planter, McShan. 

1882, Pickens Co. 

*Boyd, Andrew, (Soph.), physician, Scottsboro. 

1881, Larkinville, Jackson Co.; s. Dr. J. H. Boyd and Jennie Moore; b. June 
II, 1866; M. D., Col. of P. & S., Baltimore, 1888; Resident Hospital Physician, 
1888-89; d- June 22, 1901. 

Bunkley, Frank Keene, (Fr.), merchant, Wetumpka. 

1882, Fitzpatrick, Bullock Co.; s. Gordon Sanford Bunkley, Montgomery, and 

Lucinda Morris Keene; b. March 1, 1864; Warden, State Penitentiary, 1901 ; m. 

Hortense Candler, Gainesville, Ga., Oct. 22, 1891. 

Burford, William Peyton, (Soph.), Rock West. 

1882, Camden; s. Peyton Daniel Burford, Camden, and Martha Mobley Crum; 
Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala. Leg., 1892-93; Capt., Troop B, Ala. Nat. Guard, 1897-98; m. 
Maude Eugenie Toulmin, Mobile, April 18, 1893. 

Cannon, Larkin Daniel, (Soph.), , Tex. 

1879, Jacksonville; s. L. W. Cannon, Jacksonville, and Rheinhart. 

Clements, Frank Bugbee, (Jun.), planter, Tuscaloosa. 

1880, Tuscaloosa: s. Rufus Hargrove Clements and Martha Lavinia Bugbee; 
b. May 23, 1864. 

Crow, Charles Flint, (Soph.), merchant, Waxahachie, Tex. 

1880, Moulton; s. Dr. Calvin A. Crow, Florence, and Annie E. Thaxton; b. 
April 12, 1864; m. Linnie Gibson, June, 1896. 

Davidson, John Howard, (Jun.), planter, Uniontown. 

1879, Uniontown; s. Alexander Caldwell Davidson and Maria Overton Price; 
b. May 9, 1862; m. Nancy Elizabeth Phillips, Selma, April 14, 1898. 



1883] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 281 

Davis, Fort Madison, (Jun.), planter, Fort Davis. 

1881, Tuskegee; s. Richard Tatum Davis and Mary C. Fort; b. Jan. 12, 1862; 
m. Ola Johnson, Fort Davis, July i, 1895. 

*Eppes, Burton Temple, (Fr.), Old Spring Hill. 

1882, Old Spring Hill. 

Farrior, John Bryant, (Jun.), merchant and planter, Clayton. 

1880, Clayton; s. William Farrior and Sarah Ann Monroe; Mayor of Ashtord, 
1892-95; m. Henry Lawrence Brown, Chipley, Fla., June 3, 1891. 

Heflin, John Tyler, (Fr.), lawyer, Roanoke. 

1882, Roanoke; s. Dr. William L. Heflin, Roanoke, and Lucie Catherine Phillips; 
b. Oct. 2, 1865; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1898-1902; Mem., Constitu. Conv., Ala., 
1901; m. Carrie Ada Denney, Chambers Co., Nov. 28, 1886. 

Hemphill, Robert Cooper, (Jun.), broker, Birmingham. 

1880, Tuscaloosa; s. Felix Franklin Hemphill and Mary Jane Sims; b. Aug. 28, 

1864; Merchant at Tuscaloosa, 1888-94; Broker at Birmingham, 1894 1 m- Ruth 

Perry, Auburn, Feb. 16, 1890. 

*Hurst, Gustave Beauregard, (Jun.), Lowndes Co. 

1880, Lowndes Co.; d. in Montgomery, 1886. 

Jones, Boliver Thomas, (Soph.), physician, Stone. 

1881, Stone, Pickens Co.; s. Dr. J. C. H. Jones, Shuqualak, Miss., and Mary 
Matilda Cook; b. Oct. 30, 1862; M. D., Mobile and Bellevue Hosp. Med. Col., N. Y.; 
m. Jessie Shropshire, Stone, Oct. 31, 1889. 

Kennedy, James Thomas, (Fr.), Kennedy. 

1882, Luxapalila, Lamar Co.; s. William H. Kennedy, Kennedy, and Martha 
Cooper; Internal Revenue Service. 

Lanier, Abraham D'Lyon Russel, (Fr.), engineer, Coaling. 

1882, Birmingham; s. Sidney Cook Lanier, Montgomery, and Mary Theodore 
Brown; b. June 5, 1865; Gen. Manager of the Black Creek Coal and Coke Co.; 
Mining Engineer. 

Lapsley, James, (Jun.), planter, Dawson. 

1 88 1, Vine Hill, Dallas Co.; s. Judge James W. Lapsley and Sara Eliza Pratt; 
b. June 12, i860; Student, Columbia, S. C, and Union Theolog. Sem. ; Member of 
North Ala. Presbytery; formerly Pastor of Churches in Ala., Ky. and N. C. ; m. 
F. E. Morrow, Hartsell, 1886. 

Lewis, Ivey Foreman, (Jun.), lawyer, Birmingham. 

1880, Faunsdale, Marengo Co.; s. Ivey Foreman Lewis, Greensboro, and Kate 
Rhodes; b. Feb. 12, 1866. 

*Maxwell, Robert Searcy, (Fr.), Tuscaloosa. 

1882, Tuscaloosa; s. Robert Maxwell and Mary Henderson; b. Nov. 11, 1866; 
d. Nov. 9, 1882. 

Meriwether, Benjamin Ellsberry, (Soph.), Birmingham. 

1882, Mitchells, Bullock Co.; s. W. S. Meriwether and Eliza L. Barnett; 
Inspector for Water Works. 



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Miller, Roscoe F., (Law), (See 1877). 

Morris, John Jones, (Soph.), lawyer, Geneva. 

1883, Daleville, Dale Co.; s. John A. Morris, Kilgore, Tex., and Georgia Huds- 
peth; b. Jan. 13, 1861; m. Willie Malone, Geneva, Nov. 23, 1886. 

*Parshall, Charles Hobart, (Fr.), hotel keeper, Chattanooga, 
Tenn. 

1882, Tuscumbia, Colbert Co.; s. Henry Harrison Hobart, Philadelphia, and 
Lucy Jane Beene; d. Jane 25, 1890. 

Ferryman, William Erastus, (Jun.), manufacturer, Woodlawn, 

1 88 1, Buena Vista; s. Mumford i). Ferryman, Woodlawn, and Elizabeth 
Storer; b. June 3, 1865; Manufacturer of Machinery; m. Fannie M. Jones, East 
Lake, Nov. 29, 1892. 

Prowell, Joel Jones, (Fr.), lawyer. New Orleans, La. 

1882, Dayton, Marengo Co.; s. David Myers Prowell and Virginia Jones; Cadet, 
U. S. M. Academy, 1885; m. Lucy Maddox, Montgomery, 1888. 

Robinson, Elisha Miller, (Fr.), physician, Birmingham. 

1882, Arkadelphia, Blount Co.; s. E. M. Robinson, Arkadelphia, and Nancy 
Duncan; b. May 9, 1863; M. D., Vandervilt, 1885; City Physician, Bessemer, 1892-93; 
Surgeon, L. & N. R.R., 1882-98, K. C. M. & B. at Bessemer, 1883-96; m. Leila Prince, 
Jonesboro, Feb. 13, 1883. 

Sanderson, Henry Wells, (Jun.), teacher, Oakland, Miss. 

1880, Eutaw; s. Rev. D. D. Sanderson, Eutaw, and Matilda Beatty; b. Feb. 
27, i860; Prin., Eutaw Acad., 1885-89, Duck Hill, Miss., Public Schools, 1889-92, 

Terry, Miss., 1893-94, Oakland, Miss., Graded Schools, 1895 ; m. Edna Grifhn, 

French Camp, Miss., June 3, 1897. 

Sloss, James Withers, Jr., (Soph.), book-keeper, Birmingham. 

188 1, Birmingham; s. James W. Sloss and Mary Bigger; m. Elizabeth M. 
Lynes, Birmingham, June 3, 1899. 

Smith, Harry Toulmin, (Jun.), LL. B., '84, lawyer. Mobile. 

1880, Mobile; s. Robert Hardy Smith, Mobile, and Helen Herndon; b. May 
15. 1863; m. Mary Anne Holt, Mobile, April 30, 1890. 

Stickney, Charles Lefebvre, Jr., (Jun.), insurance, Birmingham. 

1880, Greensboro; s. C. L. Stickney, Greensboro, and Euretta Blair Banister, of 
Petersburg, Va. ; b. Oct. 5, 1863; Real Estate and Insurance Agent; m. Mary Winifred 
Sledge, Greensboro. 

Stone, Frank Singleton, Jr., (Jun.), Montrose. 

1880, Mobile; s. Frank Singleton Stone and Mary Elizabeth Hawkins; b. 
June 12, 1863; LL. B., Univ. of Ga., 1886; Clerk, Supreme Court of Ga., 1887-88; 
Solicitor, Baldwin Co., 1894-99; Tax Commis., Baldwin Co., 1899- 1900; m. Mary Alice 
Staats, Daphne, Aug. 20, 1894. 

Warren, William James, (Fr.), planter, Anniston. 

1882, Tallapoosa Co. 

* Whipple, Henry Jarratt, (Fr.), planter, Tuscumbia. 

1882, Montgomery; m. Johnnie Barton, Montgomery Co., 1888; d. 189 — . 



1884] Graduates with Titled Degrees 283 

1884. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

Abercrombie, Milo Boiling, B. E., lawyer, Tuskegee. 

1881, Tuskegee; s. John C. Abercrombie and Lura A. Martin; b. Dec. 22, 
1864; Solicitor, Macon Co., 1892-98; Probate Judge, 1898 . 

Acker, Elisha David, LL. B., teacher and lawyer, Lincoln. 

1883, Alexandria, Calhoun Co.; s. Albert S. Acker and Elizabeth O'Rear; b. 
Feb. 14, 1 861; Editor, Post, Piedmont, 1884-86; Prin., High Schools in Chilton, 

Cherokee, Talladega and Calhoun Counties, from 1886 ; m. Lula Mattie Ragan, 

Alexandria, Dec. 3, 1884. 

Bell, Robert Neely Lee, LL. B., lawyer, Guntersville. 

1883, Gaylesville, Cherokee Co.; s. Thomas Montgomery Bell, Gaylesville, and 
Ann Henderson; Mayor, Guntersville, 1896-98; m. Lillie Bell Palmer, Guntersville. 

*Brewer, George Edward, A. B., lawyer, Talladega. 

1879; 1883, Tuskegee; s. William G. Brewer, Tuskegee, and Mary L. Attaway; 
Asst., Park High School, Tuskegee, 1880-83; Prin., Birmingham High School, 1884-86; 
Supt., Talladega Public Schools, 1886-89; Adm. to Bar, 1890; Circuit Judge (7th 
Circuit), 1895-99; m. Zana Sturdivant, Dadeville, Nov. 15, 1891. 

Burgett, James Ralston, Jr., A. B., LL. B., '87, A. M., '94, law- 
yer. Mobile. 

1880, Mobile; s. Dr. J. R. Burgett and Sarah Vernon Wheeler; b. Feb. 15, 
1865; m. Maggie Roddey, Tuscaloosa, Dec. 30, 1890. 

Carson, James Webb, LL. B., (See 1882). 

Daniel, John, A. B., A. M., '85, teacher, Nashville, Tenn. 

1881, Summerfield; s. John Daniel, Perry Co., and Susan Lee Winfield; b. July 
6, 1863; Asst. Prof. Physics, U. of Ala., 1884-86; Asst. Ph. & Astr., Vanderbilt 

Univ., 1888, Instructor, 1889, Adjunct Prof., 1889-93; Prof. Physics, 1894 ; m. 

Grace Olive Knight, Anniston, Sept. 2, 1896. 

*Dean, Louis Lecil, A. B., LL. B., '85, lawyer, Birmingham. 

1881, Gadsden; s. L. W. Dean, Gadsden; Mem., Gov. Seay's Staff; Asst. U. S. 
District Att'y; d- Nov. 26, 1893. 

deYampert, Charles Poellnitz, A. B., LL. B., '86, lawyer, Mont- 
gomery. 

1881, Rembert, Marengo Co.; s. Thomas Jefferson LaFayette deYampert and 
Eliza Poellnitz; b. Jan. 17, 1863; Solicitor, Marengo Co., 1888-89. 

Eppes, William Caldwell, A. B., merchant and planter, Dayton. 

1882, Old Spring Hill; m. Ida Watlington, Marengo Co., April, 1888. 

Foster, Henry Bacon, LL. B., (See 1882). 

Gaston, Zell, B. E., lawyer, Greenville. 

1883, Eufaula; s. L. C. Gaston, Barbour Co., and A. J. Rawls, of Fla. ; Supt. 
Education, Butler Co., 1888; Solicitor, 1889; Probate Judge, 1892-1904; m. Leila 
Dulin, Greenville, Jan. 26, 1887. 



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Gay, John Floyd, A. B., real estate and insurance, Montgomery. 

1882, Montgomery; s. Julius Brown Gay, Montgomery, and Frances Jerelia 
Wright; b. Dec. 17, 1864; m. Julia Elmetta Teague, Montgomery, Nov. 14, 1888. 

Gibson, Carleton Bartlett, A. B., A. M., '95, educator, Colum- 
bus, Ga. 

1880, Mobile; s. James Spaldin Gibson and Antoinette Julia Powers; b. Sept. 
18, 1863; Prin., School at Mulbery, 1884-85; Teacher, State Normal, Jacksonville, 1885- 
86; Pres., State Normal, Jacksonville, 1886-92; Prin., Univ. Mil. School, Mobile, 
1892-93; Pres., A. C. F. Col., Tuscaloosa, 1893-94; Prin. High School, Columbus, Ga., 

1694-96; Supt., Columbus, Public Schools, 1896 ; m. Martha Goodwin Newconib, 

Ruston, La., Jan. 7, 1889. 

Gorgas, Richard Haynesworth, A. B., LL. B., '90, Montgomery. 

1879, University; s. Josiah Gorgas and Amelia Gayle; b. Nov. 3, 1864; Clerk, 
Bureau of Education, Washington, D. C, 1886-89; Gov. Clerk, Engineering Dept., 
Montgomery. 

Graham, Malcolm, A. B., merchant, Austin, Tex. 

1882, Tuskegee; s. Chancellor Neil Smith Graham and Ellen Hutchinson; 
b. Feb. 25, 1865; Gen. Man. Austin-Beaumont Oil Co.; m. Carrie Simpson, Galves- 
ton, Tex., April 4, 1894. 

Haralson, William Wallace, LL. B., lawyer, Fort Payne, 

1883, Fort Payne; s. William J. Haralson and Cornelia Jane Macfarlane; b. 
Jan. II, 1861; B. S., Cumberland Univ., Lebanon, Tenn. ; State Senator, 1888-92; 
Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1900-02; Trustee, Univ. of Ala., 1892-98. 

Hardaway, Benjamin Hurt, B. E., (See 1883). 

Harding, Chester, B. E., officer, U. S. Army. 

1881, Tuscaloosa; s. Horace Harding and Eliza P. Gould; b. Dec. 31, 1866; 
Grad., West Point Mil. Acad., 1889; now Capt., Corps of Engineers, U. S. A., with 
Engineer Commission of District of Columbia; m. Flora Krum, St. Louis, Mo., July 
16, 1895. 

Harris, Elijah McCulloch, A. B., physician, Russellville. 

1 88 1, Russellville; s. John W. Harris, Russellville, and Julia F. McCulloch; 
b. April 3, 1862; M. D., 1887, Vanderbilt; m. Caledonia Wilson, Russellville, Sept. 
28, 1886. 

Hawkins, Henry Gabriel, A. B., minister, Centreville, Miss. 

1882, Enterprise, Miss.; s. Gabriel Hawkins and Martha Elizabeth Lawrence; 
b. Oct. 5, 1866; Teacher, 1884-89; Prof. English, Malsuyama, Japan, 1892-94; Supt. 

Education, Clarke Co., Miss., 1890-91; Miss. Conference Sec. of Education, 1899 ; 

Minister, M. E. Church, South; m. (i) Alletha Terral, Quitman, Miss., Nov. 27, 
1894, (2) Annie Betts Galloway, Canton, Miss., Oct. 18, 1899. 

*Herzberg, William Isaacs, A. B., merchant, Gadsden. 

1880, Gadsden; s. Herman Herzberg and Mary I. Liddell; b. March 5, 1864; 
m. Annie Denson, Gadsden; d. Feb. 7, 1900. 

Hill, George Washington, LL. B., planter, SawyerVille. 

1883, Greensboro; s. James Hill and Bettie Seay; A. M., So. Univ., 1883. 



1 334] G'iADUATES WITH TiTLED DEGREES 285 

*Hill, Wilmer Turner, B. E., Madisonville, Fla. 

1 88 1, Russellville; s. Samuel O. Hill, Baltimore, Md., and Catherine Shelton; 
b. May 25, 1863; Prin., High School at Madisonville, Fla., 1884-85; d. Feb. 25, 1885. 

*Humes, Charles Floyd, LL. B., lawyer, San Diego, Cal. 

1883, Huntsville; s. James W. Humes, Abingdon, Va., and Rosalie Sheffey; 
d. at Los Angeles, Calif., Sept. 20, 1892. 

Jackson, Andrew L., A. B., A. M., '89, lawyer. Fort Worth, Tex. 

1880, Sumter Co.; s. James Jackson and Charlotte Blakeney; b. May i8, 1862; 
LL. B., 1893, LL. M., 1894, Columbia Univ.; Teacher, Livingston, Ala., Cleburne, 
Fort Worth, Texas, 1884-89; 1890-94, Patent Office, Washington, D. C. ; m. Annie 
Wylie, York Station, July 31, 1895. 

I^ancaster, Henry Josephus, A. B., lawyer, Wetumpka. 

188^, Wetumpka; s. William Lancaster and Martha Ann Goss; Probate Judge, 
Elmore Co., 1899 ; m. Maggie E. Phillips, Kowaliga, May, 1892. 

*Lapsley, Samuel Norvell, A. B., A. M., '85, minister, Africa. 

1881, Vine Hill, Dallas Co.; s. Judge James W. Lapsley and Sara Eliza Pratt; 
b. April 4, 1866; Instructor, U. of Ala., 1884-85; Student, Union and McCormick 
Bern.; B. D., 1888; Pastor at Anniston, 1889; Missionary, Pres. Church, at Leubo, 
Congo Free State, Africa, 1890-92; d. at Underbill, Lower Congo, March 26, 1892. 

LeGrand, Milton Paul, LL. B., lawyer, Montgomery. 

1883, Montgomery; s. Milton Paul LeGrand, Montgomery, and M. L. Jones; 
b. March 25, 1861; B. S., Vanderbilt, 1883; Pres. of Bank of Montgomery; V. Pres., 
Merchants' and Planters' Nat. Bank; m. Mary Virginia Goldthwaite, Montgomery, 
April 27, 1893. 

Martin, Wolsey Randall, LL. B.. (See 1883). 

Maxwell, Luther Henderson, A. B., merchant, Tuscaloosa. 

1880, Tuscaloosa; s. Robert Maxwell and Mary Henderson; b. March ii, 1865. 

Michael, George Boyd, B. E., C. E., '90, agent, Meridian, Miss. 

1 88 1, Citronelle; s. Dr. J. G. Michael and Margaret Simison; b. Nov. 8, 1863; 
Land Agent, M. & O. R.R.; m. Elsie Scheel. Bellville, 111., May 31, 1893. 

Peach, George Washington, LL. B., (See 1881). 

Sanford, John William Augustine, Jr., A. B., lawyer, Mont- 
gomery. 

1880, Montgomery; s. John William Augustine Sanford and Sallie M. Taylor; 
b. Nov. 3, 1864; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1894-95; Recorder, City of Montgomery, 
1895-97; m. Mamie Lee Smoot, Montgomery, 1885. 

Smith, Harry Toulmin, LL. B., (See 1883). 

Smith, Malcolm McNeill, B. E., merchant, Prattville. 

1880, Prattville; s. C. Whit Smith, Prattville, and Calista Smith; b. Jan. 22, 
1865; Exlitor Prattville Progress. 1887-91; now (1901) Associate Editor; Prin., Pratt- 
ville Schools, 1893-99: Cotton Buyer; m. Caroline Agnes Crenshaw, Butler Co., at 
LaGrange, Ga., Oct. 7. 1884. 



286 Record OF Students [1884 

*Somerville, Percy Russell, LL. B., (See 1883). 

Spotswood, Dillon Jordan, A. B., physician, Mobile. 

1880, Mobile; s. W. A. W. Spotswood and Mary Eastin; b. March 14, 1862; 
M. D., 1890, Mobile; Graduate Course, N. Y., 1890; Acting Asst. Surgeon, U. S. 
Army, 1890-92; Surgeon, Sea Board Mfg. Co. and R. R., 1893-96. 

Stickney, Richard Henry, A. B., druggist, Anniston. 

i88q, Greensboro; s. R. H. Stickney, Greensboro, and Lucy Pryor; b. Aug. 27, 
1864; Mem., Board of Education, Anniston, 1892-94; m. Alice Hunter Walker, Fauns- 
dale, Sept. 7, 1887. 

Tunstall, Alfred Moore, LL. B., (See 1883). 

VandeGraaff, Adrian Sebastian, LL. B., lawyer, Tuscaloosa. 

1883, Mobile; s. A. S. VandeGraaff, Los Angeles, Calif., and Mary C. Travis; 
A. B., Yale, 1881; Prof. Law, 1891-97, U. of Ala.; m. Minnie Cherokee Hargrove, 
July 17, 1890. 

Westcott, Charles Russell, A. B., merchant, Montgomery. 

1881, Montgomery; s. William R. Westcott and Mary A. W. Russell; b. July 
3, 1861; m. Janetta B. Anderson, Nov. 10, 1885. 

Wheat, Moses Henry, B. E., Galveston, Tex. 

1880, Tuskegee; s. Moses K. Wheat and Cilicia Carleton; B. S., U. of Tex., 
1898; M. S., same, 1899; Prin., Marshall, Tex., Male Col., 1891-95; Supt., Public 
Schools, Marshall, 1895-96; now Med. Student, U. of Tex. 

*Wiiliamson, James David, LL. B., Marengo Co. 

1883, Marengo Co.; d. 1884. 

1884. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

Abernathy, George Carroll, (Jun.), engineer, New York. 

1882, Leighton. 

Acton, William Henson, (Jun.), physician, Alabama City. 

1882, Trussville; s. Samuel W. Acton and Mary E. Cross; b. Oct. 3, 1861; 
M. D., Vanderbilt Univ.; m. Hester Reed, Trussville, April, 1885. 

Arrington, Samuel Lewis, (Soph.), Montgomery. 

1883, Montgomery; s. Thomas Mann Arrington and Mary R. Goldthwaite; U. 
S. Mail Service. 

Auxford, Stephen Marion, (Soph.), cotton buyer, Atlanta, Ga. 

1882, Hull, Tuscaloosa Co.; s. F. M. Auxford and Sarah Sartain; b. June 
18, 1864; resides at Hui. in summer, and Atlanta, Ga., in winter; m. Sallie Pearson 
Beatty, Tuscaloosa Co. 

*Barnes, John Rawls, (Jun.), railroading, Opelika. 

1882, Opelika; s. William H. Barnes, Opelika, and Annie Elizabeth Rawls; b. 
Feb. 18, 1864; Student, A. & M. Col., Auburn; d. April 24, 1885. 



1884] Graduates IN Schools AND Non-Graduates 287 

*Baskin, William Kershaw, (Soph.), trav. salesman, Birmingham. 

Tuscaloosa; s. Andrew George Baskiu and Sarah Scotia Bryce; b. Dec. 22, 
186s; d. at Boerne, Tex., Dec. 15, 1898. 

*Bell, William Howard, (Fr.), Kelley's Creek. 

1883, Kelley's Creek, St. Clair Co.; s. James D. Bell, Easonville, and Martha 
Elizabeth Roberson; d. at University, Nov., 1883. 

Bender, Gammage Lafayette, (Soph.), merchant, Benton. 

1882, Pleasant Hill, Dallas Co.; Supt. Education, Dallas Co., 1892-96; U. S. 
Deputy Marshal, 1893-98. 

*Bishop, Daniel Boiling, (Fr.), lumber business, Clover Bend, 
Ark. 

1883, Clayton, Barbour Co.; s. Wesley Bishop, Clayton, and Eliza Weaver; m. 
Annie Arden, Clover Bend, Ark., 1894; d. March 17, 1897. 

Bizzell, Benjamin William, (Soph.), physician, Atlanta, Ga. 

1883, Eutaw; M. D., Southern Med. Col., 1887, and Col. of P. and S., N. Y., 
1888; Asst. in Anatomy, Sou. Med. Col., Atlanta, Ga., 1889. 

Brady, Philip Francis, (Fr.), Tuscaloosa. 

1883, Tuscaloosa; s. Philip Thomas Brady and Fannie Louise Gregory; b. July 
19, 1867; Sec. and Treas., Tuscaloosa Wadding Co.; m. Louise Harrington, Mobile, 
1898. 

Brown, Baylis Hervey, (Fr.), printer and publisher, Montgomery. 

1883, Montgomery; s. Warren Davis Brown and Lizzie ; b. May 20, 

1865; m. Lida E. Ellsberry, Montgomery, Sept. i, 1891. 

Burks, Robert Eugene, (Fr.), furniture dealer, Washington, 
D. C. 

1883, Montgomery; s. William P. Burks and Minerva A. V. Brazell; b. Oct. 27, 
1866; m. Margarette Leah Beard, Charleston, S. C. 

Burks, William Oscar, (Fr.), furniture dealer, Chattanooga, 
Tenn. 

1883, Montgomery; s. William P. Burks, Montgomery, and Minerva A. V. 
Brazell; m. Minnie A. Purse, Savannah, Ga., Jan. 20, 1892. 

^Campbell, Berry Gibson, (Fr.), Birmingham. 

1883, Madison Co.; s. A. Campbell; d. 1899. 

Carter, John Joseph, (Fr.), broker, Newton, Iowa. 

1883, Eufaula; s. J. J. Carter and Ella Lawrence; b. July 20, 1865; Brokerage 
and Commission business. 

Coleman, James Duerson, (Soph.), agent, Meridian, Miss. 

1883, Uniontown; s. James Waller Coleman and Sallie A. Duerson; b. June i, 
1865; Freight Agent, Sou. R'way; m. Emmie Due, Wetumpka, Jan. 23, 1880. 

Collins, John Morgan, (Fr.), clerk, Woodlawn. 

1883, Woodlawn; s. John Collins and Fronia Beavers; Billing Clerk, L & N 
R.R. 



288 Record of Students [1884 

Davis, Nicholas Clinton, (Fr.), Huntsville. 

1883, Huntsville; Private, U. S. Army, Spanish War, 1898. 

Glover, James Alcorn, (Soph.), lawyer, Clarksdale, Miss. 

1882, Forkland; s. Walton Norwood Glover, Forkland, and Mary Catherine Al- 
corn; b. Nov. 10, 1866; LL. B., U. of Miss., 1891; Rep., Gen. Assem., Miss. Leg., 

1892-96, 1900 ; Mayor, Friars Pt., 1892-93; Capt., Co. M, 2nd Miss. Vol., Spanish 

War, 1898; Prosecuting Att'y, 4th Jud. Dist., 1899; m. Shallie Yerger Plummer, Nov. 
27, 1891, at Friars Point. 

Harton, Hugh Moorehead, (Fr.), real estate, Birmingham. 

1883, Newtonville, Lamar Co.; s. James M. Harton, Lamar Co., and Josephine 
Elizabeth Moorehead; b. June 4, 1864; m. Lula B. Ozment, Tuscaloosa, April 14, 1866. 

Hedge, William Milton, (Soph.), agent, Quitman, Miss. 

1882, Citronelle; s. Jester Hedge, Washington, Penn., and Mary Archidama 
Payne; b. July 15, 1866; Agent and Operator, M. & O. R.R. ; m. Sallie Louise Tatura, 
Citronelle, May 2";, 1890. 

Hendricks, James Martin, (Fr.) 

1883, Lamar Co. 

Hickman, Cunningham Wilson, (Jun.), LL. B., '86, lawyer, Bir- 
mingham. 

1883; 1885, Trussville; s. William Peyton Hickman and Elvira Sims Hamilton. 

Hodgson, Samuel Holt, (Soph.), physician. Vera Cruz, Mex. 

1882, Mobile; s. Joseph Hodgson, Mobile, and Florence Holt; M. D., Mobile, 
1887; Quarantine Officer, Marine Hosp. Service; m. Minnie Snodgrass, Atlanta. Ga. 

Hodgson, Telfair, (Jun.), Havana, Cuba. 

1881, Mobile; s. Joseph Hodgson and Florence Holt; LL. B., 1889, Georgetown 
Law School; engaged as Custom House Clerk, Pension Examiner, Reporter, Lawyer, 
Editor, Insurance Agent, Seaman, Pilot, Trader, 1884-97; Honduras Navy, 1897; 
Costa Rican Navy, 1898; Engineer Dept. of Cuba and China, 1 899-1 901. 

Jones, John Charles Hezekiah, Jr., (Jun.), real estate, Birming- 
ham. 

1881, Stone, Pickens Co.; s. Dr. J. C. H. Jones, Shuqualak, Miss., and Mary 
Matilda Cook; b. Jan. 28, 1865; Wholesale Grocer at Macon until 1901; m. Mattie 
May Stringfellow, Pickensville, Dec. 18, 1884. 

Levin, Charles Davis, (Soph.), advertising, New York. 

1883, Montgomery; s. S. M. Levin, New York, and Esther Davis; m. Ethel 
Amy Levi, New York, Sept. 4, 1895. 

Loeb, Leopold, (Soph.), merchant, Montgomerv. 

1882, Montgomery; s. Jacob Loeb, Sr., Montgomery, and Harriet Loeb; b. 
Sept. 9, 1867; Cotton Clerk, Lehman, Durr & Co., 16 years; Furniture Dealer. 

Miller, Harlan Bingham, (Soph.), lawyer, Prattville. 

1 88 1, Tuscaloosa; s. William Miller, Tuscaloosa, and Anne Olive Bingham; 
b. Aug. 29, 1865; LL. B., 1887, Vanderbilt; m. Margaret Adams Smiser, Nashville. 
Tenn., July 19, 1887. 



1884] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 289 

Moseley, Daniel Coleman, (Soph.), physician, Faunsdale. 

1882, St. Stephens; s. Daniel Coleman Moseley, St. Stephens, and Amanda 
Pearcy; M. D., Mobile, 1886; m. Mattie Webb, Faunsdale, 1891. 

Oates, Claudius William, (Fr.), , Tex. 

1883, Abbeville; s. William C. Oates. 

Oliver, William Seth, (Soph.), planter and merchant, Sherman. 

1882, Sherman; s. R. P. Oliver, Sherman, and Nannie Speight Little; m. 
Sallie J. Connor, Noxubee Co., Miss., June 21, 1888. 

Orum, Jonathan J., (Soph.), planter. Pleasant Hill. 

1883, Fitzpatrick, Bullock Co.; s. James Orum, Fitzpatrick, and Sallie Rogers; 
m. Martha A. Knight, Monterey, Dec. 24, 1890. 

Robertson, David Lee, (Jun.), merchant, Tuscaloosa. 

1 88 1, Tuscaloosa; s. Isham Robertson and Sarah A. Cameron; b. Oct. 22, 1862. 

Rosenberg, Ernest, (Fr.), trav. salesman. New Orleans, La. 

1883, Selma; s. Jacob Rosenberg, Selma, and Georgia Herzberg. 

*Ross, Henry Eugene, (Soph.), Eufaula. 

1883, Eufaula; s. James Ross, Eufaula, and Sarah J. McCallister; d. Aug. 6, 1884. 

Saunders, Julian Warland, (Fr.) 

1883, Barbour Co. 

Sherrod, William Winston, (Fr.), Birmingham. 

1883, Montgomery. 

Skinner, Oliver, (Soph.), planter. Old Spring Hill. 

1882, Old Spring Hill. 

*Smith, Sherrod Hadley, (Sen.), secretary, Anniston. 

1882, Selma; s. Washington M. Smith, Selma, and Susan Rebecca Parker; 
Private Sec. to Duncan T. Parker, Banker, 1887-90; d. Jan. 18, 1890, in N. Y. 

Stanford, Nicholas J., (Law) 

1883, Lamar Co. 

Stewart, James Jones, (Soph.), LL. B., '86, lawyer, Braiden- 
town, Fla. 

1882, Greenville; s. John A. Stewart, Greenville, and Elizabeth C. Graham; b. 

April 23, 1867; County Judge, Manatee Co., Fla., 1896 ; Lieut. Commander, ist 

Division, ist Bat., Fla. Naval Reserves; m. Nannie Maria Richards, Braidentown, 
Fla., June 26, 1895. 

*Trewhitt, Eldred Allison, (Soph.), physician, Madison Co. 

1882, Madison Co.; M. D.. Vanderbilt; d. 1887. 

Wallace, William Emmett, (Sen.), horse trader, Decatur. 

1880, Moulton, Lawrence Co.; s. W. K. Wallace, Moulton, and Mary Gibson; 
Capt., Co. E, 1st Ala., U. S. V. Army, Spanish War, 1898; m. Fannie Gilchrist 
Foster, Nov. 2, 1886. 

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290 Record of Students [1885 

''Withers, Clement Clay, (Soph.), clerk, Mooresville. 

1882, Mooresville, Limestone Co.; s. Dr. S. J. Withers, Mooresville, and 
Emily Goodwin Collier; d. Jan. 29, 1889. 

1885. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

Banks, James Jones, LL. B., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1884, Hurtsboro; s. Jabez Benoin Banks, Hurtsboro, and Jane Rebecca Harvey; 
A. B., 1882, A. & M. Col.; City Attorney, Birmingham, 1890-92; Judge, loth Jud. 
Circuit, 1892-98; m. Lee F'razer, Union Springs, Dec. 7, 1887. 

*Bonner, Samuel Robert, A. B., Camden. 

1882, Rosebud; s. James Bonner, Rosebud, and Julia Newbury; b. April 4, 
1863; M. D., Col. Phys. & Surg., Baltimore, Md., 1888; m. Carrie Woodward, Grove 
Hill, 188S; d. Dec. 24, 1890. 

*Boothe, William Joseph, A. B., Montgomery. 

1881, Montgomery; s. Joseph A. Boothe and Kate Hurst; o. Aug. r6, 1864; 
Clerk, Circuit Court, 1892-96; Capt., Montgomery Greys; d. Jan. 5, 1896. 

Bowie, Sydney Johnson, LL. B., lawyer, Anniston. 

1884, Talladega; s. Andrew W. Bowie and Nannie McHenry Bowdon; b. July 

26, 1865; Clerk, City of Talladega, 1885-86; Mem., U. S. Congress, 1901 ; m. 

Annie Foster Etheridge, Ocala, Fla., April 29, 1891. 

Browder, William Montague, A. B., physician, Key West,Fla. 

1881, Gallion; M. D., Jeflferson Med. Col., Phil., 1888; State Senator, 1894-98; 
Special Inspector, Treasury Dept., now at Key West. 

Brown, Thomas Purchis, Jr., B. E., C. E., '90, Mobile. 

1882, Mobile; s. Thomas Purchis Brown and Bertha Victoria Jones; b. June lo, 
1866; Asst. Engineer, with Engineer Dept., U. S. A., 1891-98; Supt., U. S. Lighthouse 
Engineers, 1898 ; m. Winnifred Peckham Forbes, Mobile, Sept. 19, 1890. 

Buck, John Ernst, B. E., civil engineer. Mobile. 

1881, Mobile; s. Ernst H. Buck and Rebecca Ann Robertson; U. S. Gov. Sur- 
veyor, 1895; County Surveyor, 1895-97. 

Clark, Louis Verdier, A. B., insurance, Birmingham. 

1881, Mobile; s. Francis B. Clark and Helen Shepherd; Col., 2nd Reg., A. S. T., 
1894-96; Brig.-Gen., A. S. T., 1896 ; m. Mildred Jones, Selma, Dec. 20, 1893. 

Coleman, Bestor Wynne, B. E., planter and merchant, Sawyer- 
ville. 

1882, Greensboro; s. Bestor Coleman, Mt. Sterling, and Laura Wynne; b. 
July 7, 1864; Asst. Engineer, Birmingham Min. R.R., 1886-87; m. Alice Waller, 
Greensboro, Jan. 22, 1901. 

Coleman, Phares, LL. B., (See 1883). 

Coleman, Thomas Wilkes, Jr., A.B., LL.B., '89, lawyer, Anniston. 

1882, Eutaw; s. Thomas Wilkes Coleman and Frances Jane Wilson; b. Dec. 19, 
:369; Solicitor, loth Jud. Circuit, Ala., 1898; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1896-97; Att'y, 
City of Anniston, 1897-99; m. Carrie Beasley, Montgomery, Oct. 15, 1892. 



1885] Graduates with Titled Degrees 291 

Cook, Edward Herbert, LL. B., engineer, Los Angeles, Cal. 

1884, Prescott, Ariz.; s. E. J. Cook, Los Angeles, Cal., and Carrie Bowers; 
b. June 26, 1 86 1, at San Francisco, Cal.; Deputy Clerk, U. S. Dist. Court; Deputy 
Clerk, Supreme Court, Ariz.; Recorder, Maricopa Co.; Probate Judge, Gila Co., 1889; 
Chairman, Board Supervisors, 1893-94; ni. MofTet Rice, Prescott, Ariz., Jan. 31, 1886. 

Craddock, John Waldo, A. B., book-keeper, Memphis, Tenn. 

1883, Tuscaloosa; s. James Neal Craddock, Columbus, Miss., and Emma H. 
Putnam; b. May 23, 1866. 

Daniel, John, A.M., (See 1884). 

Dawson, Henry Rhodes, A. B., A. M., '92, planter, Selma. 

1881, Selma; s. Hon. Nathaniel H. R. Dawson and Elodie Brack Todd; b. April 
IS, 1864. 

*Dean, Louis Lecil, LL. B., (See 1884). 

*Egenhoff, William David, LL. B. 



1884, Mariposa, Cal.; d. in Tuscaloosa, June, 1885. 

Evans, Aurelius Augustus, A. B., A. M., '92, lawyer, Clayton. 

1883, Scale; s. John Quincy Evans, Russell Co., and Frances Elizabeth Collier; 
b. Dec. 24, 1862; Prin., Male Acad., Clayton, 1885-89; Mayor, Clayton, 1895-98; 
Judge, 3rd Circuit, 1898 ; m. Lessie Victoria Waddell, Dec. 27, 1888. 

Findley, Murk, Jr., B. E., planter and engineer, Tuscaloosa. 

1881, Tuscaloosa; s. Murchison Findley and Lucy Virginia Keen; b. Jan. 21, 
1862; Supervisor, Public Roads, Tuscaloosa Co., 1898 ; m. Ida Hargrove, Tusca- 
loosa, 1 89 1. 

♦Gilbert, John Wesley, A. B., teacher, Gainesville. 

188 1, Gainesville; s. William Gilbert, Gainesville, and Catharine Poythress; 
Asst. Prof., Latin and Eng., Univ. of Ala., 1885-87; d. Aug. i, 1887. 

Godbey, Edgar Wallace, LL. B., lawyer, Decatur. 

1884, Decatur; s. Crockett Godbey, Fisk, and Evaline Forgey; A. B., Hiwassee 
Col., Tenn., 1882; Prin., Somerville Acad, 1881-82, and Dyersburg, Tenn., Dist. High 
School, 1882-84; m. Lucile Blakemore, Memphis, Tenn., Jan. 31, 1889. 

Gray, Oscar Lee, A. B., lawyer, Butler. 

1882, DeSotoville; s. Alanson Jefferson Gray and Elizabeth Jane Nethery; 
Prin., Mulbery School, 1885-86; Prin., Chapel Hill Acad. (Choctaw Co.), 1887-92, 
Butler Acad., 1893-97; County Supt. Educa., 1894-1900; Presid. Elector, ist Cong. 
Dist., Ala., 1900; m. Laura Lee Battle, Livingston, Nov. 27, 1890. 

Gunter, Charles Poellnitz, A. B., real estate and insurance, Mont- 
gomery. 

1 88 1, Montgomery; s. William Adams Gunter and Ellen F. Poellnitz; b. Feb. 
II, 1865. 

Hamner, George Wesley, LL. B., Attalla. 

1884, Wynneville, Blount Co.; s. Daniel Talley Hamner, Attalla, and Damaris 
M. Miller; b. Jan. 10, 1862; A. B., Hiwassee Col., 1882, A. M., same, 1885; LL. M., 
Georgetown Univ., 1886, Ph. D., Columbian Univ., 1895, D- C. L., Columbian 
Univ., 1900. 



292 Record of Students [1885 

Johnson, John Gilbert, A. B., planter, Tasso. 

1882, Tasso, Dallas Co.; s. John Gilbert Johnson, Cahaba, and Elizabeth O. 
Evans, Greensboro; ni. Alice Boyd, Gallatin, Tenn., March 23, 1886. 

Jones, Percy Walton, A. B., minister, Seguin, Tex. 

1 88 1, Demopolis; s. James T. Jones, Demopolis, and Ada Byron Vaughan; 
b. Feb. 27, 1866; Rector, Episcopal Church; Author of several Published Lectures and 
Sermons; m. Anna Jones, Aug. 20, 1890. 

*Long, Jackson Edward, LL. B., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1884, Hurtsboro; s. Nimrod W. E. Long and Martha J. Gamble; m. Mamie 
Sealle Dent, Eufaula, Oct. 26, 1887; d. at Eufaula, April 16, 1894. 

Loveman, Morris, A. B., LL. B., '86, lawyer, Birmingham. 

1 88 1, Dalton, Ga. ; s. David R. Loveman and Esther Schwartz; Recorder, City 
Court of Birmingham, 1891; m. Ella Patterson, Birmingham, July 20, 1892. 

Mayfield, James Jefferson, A. B., LL. B., '88, lawyer, Tuscaloosa. 

1883, Northport; s. J. J. Mayfield, Sr., Moore's Bridge, and Amanda South; 
b. March 22, 1861; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1894-96; Judge, City Court, Tuscaloosa, 
1897 ; ™- Susie Martin, Little Rock, Ark., June, 1897. 

McCall, Charles Edward, A. B., teacher and judge, Butler. 

1882, DeSotoville, Choctaw Co.; s. Daniel McCall, M. D., DeSotoville, and 
Nancy Elizabeth Thompson; b. Nov. 21, 1867; Teacher and Prin. of Acad, and High 
Schools from 1886-90 and 1891-98; Editor Choctazv Advocate, 1890-91; Probate Judge, 
Choctaw Co., 1898 ; m. Mary R. Collins, Collinsville, Miss. 

McDavid, Robert Patton, A. B., journalist, Montgomery. 

1882, Huntsville; s. John J. McDavid, Birmingham, and Mary Jane Patton; 
b. April 16, 1867; City Editor, Age-Herald; Sec. of State, Ala., 1898 — ; m. Vir- 
ginia Irene Smith, Birmingham, Dec. 23, 1890. 

McLeod, Archibald Lonzo, A. B., A. M., '88, lawyer, Selma. 

1883, Jackson; s. John McLeod, Jackson, and Christian Calhoun; Rep., Gen. 

Assem., from Clarke Co., 1888-89; Mayor of Selma, 1899 ; m. (i) Augusta Jordan, 

Selma, (2) Elizabeth Dawson Hails, Montgomery, Feb. 6, igoi. 

Pearson, Lewis Walter, A. B., physician and surgeon, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 

1882, Dadeville; s. James Madison Pearson and Sarah Catherine Tyus; M. D., 
•N. Y. Med. Col., 1888; Consulting Surgeon, Southern Dispensary and Hospital, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. ; Clinical Asst., Polyclinic Hosp. and Col., N. Y. 

Poe, William Thomas, LL. B., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1884, Greensboro; s. Thomas Cummings Poe and Mariah Simpson Tinker; m. 
Augusta Hobson Lee, Greensboro, Dec. 14, 1887. 

Pratt, Daniel, A. B., manufacturer, Prattville. 

1883, Prattville; s. Merrill Edward Pratt and Julia Adelaide Smith; b. Feb. 12, 
1866; Manager, Sec. and Treas., Pratt Gin Co.; now V. Pres., Continental Gin Co.; 
m. Ellen Sims, 1890. 



1885] Graduates with Titled Degrees 293 

Pugh, Sidney Stuart, A. B., A. M., '92, physician, Mobile. 

1883, Grove Hill; s. E. Stuart Pugh, Grove Hill, and Amelia Chapman; b. Feb. 
26, 1863; M. D., 1889, Tulane; Surgeon, Rank Major, U. S. Vol., Spanish War. 1898; 
m. Sallie Harrington, Monroeville, Feb. 28, 1901. 

Randolph, Edward Brett, B. E., planter, Greensboro. 

1 88 1, Greensboro; s. T. B. Randolph, Greensboro, and Sarah Brand; Mayor, 
Greensboro, 1895-99; Asst. Post Master and Planter. 

Shackelford, Edward Madison, A. B., A. M., '88, teacher, Troy. 

1881, Pintlala, Montgomery Co.; s. Madison Shackelford, Colquitt, and 
Sophronia Ledbetter; b. Feb. i, 1863; Prof., Troy Normal, 1885-99; Pres., Troy 
Normal, 1899 ; m. Rosa Lee Brantley, Troy, Feb. i, 1886. 

Somerville, Henderson Middleton, Jr., A. B., A. M., '88, teacher, 
Tuscaloosa. 

1880, Tuscaloosa; s. Judge H. M. Somerville and Cornelia Banks Harris; b. 
July I, 1864; Instructor, V. M. I., 1886-88; Prin., Woodlawn Public Schools, 1892-95; 
Prin., Carlowville Acad., 1896-99; Prin., Ringgold Public Schools, Tex., 1895-96; 

Prin., Univ. High School, 'iuscaloosa, 1901 ; m. Mary Sydney Steele, Woodlawn, 

Dec. 27, 1893. 

Somerville, William Glassell, A. B., surgeon, Tuscaloosa. 

1 88 1, Tuscaloosa; s. Judge H. M. Somerville and Cornelia Banks Harris; b. 
Feb. 12, 1866; M. D., 1889, Columbia Col.; Surgeon, Ala. Bryce Insane Hospital, 
Tuscaloosa, 1889-91; Interne, St. Catherine's Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1892; Trus- 
tee, Ala. Bryce Hospital, 1893 ; Surgeon, Univ. of Ala., 1895-96, 1898 ; 

Director, Merchants' Nat. Bank, 1901 ; m. Minta L. Jones, CarroUton, Miss., 

April 8, 1896. 

Stallings, Thomas Daniel, A. B., physician, Greenville. 

1882, Greenville; s. Dr. Thomas Daniel Stallings and Loucinda Caroline 
Cheatham; b. Nov. 6, 1863; M. D., Mobile, 1889; m. Mrs. Annie Stewart, Mt. Willing, 
Jan. 15, 1888. 

Sturdivant, Jennings Inge, A. B., LL. B., '97, lawyer, Columbus, 
Miss. 

1 88 1, Tuscaloosa; s. John Elliott Sturdivant and Ida Virginia Marrast; m. 
Sallie Lou Evans, Columbus, Miss., May 9, 1901. 

Sutton, Otis Malvin, A. B., minister, Louisville, Ky. 

1884, Opelika; b. Sept. 14, 1866; Minister, Baptist Church. 

Underwood, William James, A. B., LL. B., '86, journalist, 
Tacoma, Wash. 

1881, Huntsville. 

Vidmer, John Redwood, A. B., Mobile. 

1881, Citronelle; s. John Vidmer and Ella Virginia Redwood; b. Jan. 5, 1866; 
ist Lieut, and Adj., 2nd Ala. Reg., U. S. Vol., Spanish War, 1898; Supt. of Farns- 
worth Lumber Co., Benndale, Miss. 

Webb, James Henry, LL. B., lawyer. Mobile. 

1884, Calvert, Washington Co.; S.William Thomas Webb and Frances Moore 

Dickins; A. B., Sou. Univ., Greensboro, 1882; Solicitor, Mobile Co., 1892 ; m. 

May Francis Williams, Stockton, Oct. 3, 1888. 



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Wetmore, Richmond Pearson, LL. B., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1884, Livingston; s. Thomas Badger Wetmore, Birmingham, and Octavia True- 
heart Hill, Culpepper, Va.; b. Aug. 7, 1861; Register, Sumter Co., 1888; Sec. and 
Treas., Livingston, 1887-88; Tax Commissioner, Jefferson Co., 1899-1901; m. Laura 
Ledelle Lide, Livingston, June 2, 1893. 

1885. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

Adams, James Beecher, (Soph.), Hme manufacturer, Longriew. 

1883, Montgomery; s. James Robert Adams and Fannie Elizabeth Murray; b. 
Feb. 12, 1867; A. B., Howard Col., 1886; m. Mary Chloe Logan, Austonville, Ky^, 
Feb. 2T, 1889. 

Anderson, William Dingley, (Jun.), book-keeper, Montgomery. 

18S3, Montgomery; s. Pelham John Anderson and Mary Eliza Dickerson; b. 
Sept. 15, 1867; m. Annie Hill Holmes, Montgomery, Jan. 8, 1889. 

Anglin, Thomas Leeper, (Jun.), real estate and insurance, Bir- 
mingham. 

1883, Birmingham; s. T. N. Anglin. 

Barnett, Frank Willis, (Soph.), minister, Washington, Ga. 

1884, Eufaula; s. Dr. A. W. Barnett and Celeste Treutlen; b. Oct. 23, 1865; 

Student, Sou. Bapt. Theolog Sem., Louisville, Ky., Col. of France, Univ. of Vienna 
and Berlin, and Yale Univ.; Lawyer for 5 years., Birmingham, N. Y., and Atlanta, 
Ga. ; Pastor, Baptist Church, Forsyth, and now W^ashington, Ga.; m. Maud Proctor, 
Forsyth, Ga., 1898. 

Barnett, Paul, (Soph.), insurance, Atlanta, Ga. 

1884, Eufaula; s. Dr. Augustus William Barnett, Eufaula, and Celeste Treutlen; 
b. April 12, 1868; LL. B., Atlanta Law School; Student, Vanderbilt, 1885-86, Univ., 
Berlin, 1888; Asst. Supt. of Agents, Franklin Life Ins. Co. 

Beasley, Elijah Solomon, (Law), agent, Milton, Fla. 

1884, Repton, Conecuh Co.; s. Merida Beasley, Bluff Springs, Fla., and Re- 
becca Brown; b. Nov. 9, 1858; Agent, L. & N. R.R. and Sou. Express Co.; m. Laura 
B. Shockley, Milton, Fla., Sept. 4, 1887. 

Benson, James Cook, (Soph.), physician, Camden. 

1884, Forest Home; s. Joseph Preston Benson and Mary Eliza Ramsey; b. 
April 10, 1866; M. D., Mobile, 1887; m. Emily D. Moore, Camden, Dec. 14, 1898. 

Bowie, Nathan Brooks, (Jun.), physician, Carlton, Tex. 

1881, Pleasant Hill; s. Malachi Bowie and Theresa Brooks; b. July 12, 1866; 
M. D., Univ. Tenn., 1887; m. Lida Lancaster, Carlton, Tex., Sept. 21, 1888. 

Clark, James Wallace, (Fr.), planter and agent, Gainesville. 

1884, Eutaw, Greene Co.; s. Thomas Crawford Clark and Harriet Maranda 
Borden; Planter and Agent for Oil Co.; m. Anne Henrietta Meek, Gainesville, Oct. 
25, 1899. 

♦Clopton, Edward Hunter, (Soph.), planter, Montgomery. 

1883, Montgomery; s. David Clopton and Martha C. Ligon; m. Virginia Eason, 
Charleston, S. C, Nov. 5, 1887; d. April 18, 1894, at Charleston, S. C. 



1885] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 295 

Collier, James Samuel, (Fr.), manufacturer, Charleston, S. C. 

1884, Tuscaloosa; s. William T. Collier, Tuscaloosa, and Nancy Cameron; Prin., 
in charge of Dept. Buena Vista Cotton Mills, S. C; m. Hasie Threadgill. 

*Durr, William Lehman, (Soph.), Montgomery. 

1883, Montgomery; s. John Wesley Durr and Rebecca Holt; First Retail Grocer, 
then Bank Officer; m. Wilhelmina Lanier, Nov. 24, 1887; d. Jan. 18, 1894. 

*Ellis, Thomas Wightman, (Ec), editor, Birmingham. 

1885, Tuscaloosa; s. C. C. Ellis, Birmingham, and Rhoda W. Hawkins; d. Feb. 

23, 1887. 

Fearn, Percy Leroy, (Soph.), engineer. New York. 

1883, New Orleans; s. John Walker Fearn and Fannie Hewitt; b. Oct. 15, 1868; 
M. E., Columbia Univ., 1889; Civil and Mining Engineer; m. Eva Onderdonk, Chi- 
cago, 111., May 29, 1894. 

Frizzell, William Clark, (Fr.), planter. Sledge. 

1884, Reynolds, Bullock Co.; s. Clerk Frizzell, Reynolds, and Sophia Killen; 
b. 1863; m. Lela Armstrong, Montgomery. 

Gibson, William Campbell, (Fr.), planter, Pinhook. 

1884, Lawrence Co. 

Ham, James Noah, (Soph.), merchant, Elba. 

1883, Elba, Coffee Co.; s. P. J. Ham, Elba, and Mary A. Carroll; Mayor of 
Elba, 1895-96; Lawyer, 1893-97; «• Lena Lee, Elba, July 20, 1887. 

Handley, Guy Hartwell, (Jun.), merchant, Roanoke. 

1883, Roanoke; s. W. A. Handley, Randolph Co., and Adelia Ann Mitchell; m. 
Rosa Lee Shaffer, Roanoke, Nov. 20, 1887. 

*Hardin, Thomas Manley, (Fr.), planter, , La. 

1884, Sipsey Turn Pike, Tuscaloosa Co.; s. E. R. Hardin; d. 1899, in La. 

Hill, William Wallace, (Fr.), lawyer, Montgomery. 

1884, Montgomery; s. Luther L. Hill and Laura S. Croom; Rep., Gen. Assem., 
Ala., 1896-97; m. Corrie A. Melton, Pine Apple, Jan. 2, 1901. 

Hollingsworth, John William, (Fr.), planter. Palmetto. 

1884, Pickens Co. 

Hood, Robert Archibald, (Fr.), Tuscaloosa. 

1884, Tuscaloosa; s. Israel Hood and Addie M. Cook; b. Jan. 5, 1859. 

Janney, George Hails, (Soph.), cotton business, Montgomery. 

1883, Montgomery; s. George Oliver Janney and SalHe Bozier Hails; b. Nov. 
I, 1867; Supt. Montgomery Compress Co., Proprietor, Crystal Ice Co., Planter in 
Lowndes Co.; m. Margaret Allen Spencer, Spencer, Va., May 25, 1893. 

Jeffries, Louis Eugene, (Jun.), lawyer, Selma. 

1884, Uniontown; s. John Miller Jeffries, Uniontown, and Emily Epps Norrls; 
b. Feb. 14, 1868; m. Mary V. Hardie, Montgomery, June 24, 1891. 



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Jones, Frederic Pride, (Fr.), merchant, Greensboro. 

1884, Greensboro; m. Mary W. Peterson, Greensboro, Dec. S, 1894. 

Jones, John Thomas, (Jun.), cotton business, Decatur. 

1882, Cropwell, St. Clair Co.; s. John W. Jones, Cropwell, and Ann McLeod; 
b. Sept. 24, 1867; m. Mary Lucile Baker, June 19, 1900, Decatur. 

Jones, Madison, Jr., (Fr.), planter, Greenwood. 

1884, Greensboro; s. Madison Jones and Alice McLean; m. Rebecca Erwln, 
Greensboro, Oct. 14, 1890. 

Knight, WilHam Henry, (Soph.), planter, Greensboro. 

1884, Greensboro; s. William N. Knight, Greensboro, and Eva Happel. 

Maxwell, John Beattie, (Soph.), salesman, Northport. 

1880, 1884, Northport; s. Richard Maxwell and Fannie Sexton; b. Feb. 16, 
1865; m. (i) Vernon Gay, T.iylorsville, Dec. 28, 1886, (2) Ola Johnson, Reform, 
June 2, i8g6. 

Maxwell, Joseph Kerr, (Jun.), insurance, Birmingham. 

1882, Tuscaloosa; s. John Maxwell and Mary Ann Maxwell; b. Jan. 17, 1866; 
Merchant at Tuscaloosa, 1886, Bessemer, 1889-95; Special Agent, Penn Mutual Life 
Ins. Co., 1898 — ; m. Lucia Ramsey, Notasulga. 

McCall, John Cook, (Fr.), express messenger, Montgomery. 

1884, Greenville, Butler Co.; s. Daniel Terry McCall and Martha Cook; Orange 
Grower, Lady Lake, Fla., 1885-91. 

McCord, Charles Edward, (Soph.), drummer, Prattville. 

1883, Prattville, Autauga Co.; s. David James McCord, Avondale, and Anna 
Powell; m. Maggie Bell Dixon, FayettevTlle, Dec. 22, 1891. 

*Packer, James McCorvey, (Fr.), Monroeville. 

1884, Monroeville; s. Dr. James T. Packer, Brewton, and Eleanor McCorvey; 
d. March 27, 1885. 

Radney, John William, (Soph.), planter, Peavy. 

1884, Roanoke; s. James H. Radney and Sarah Parker; B. S., 1887, Southern 
Univ., Greensboro; m. Hattie Chadwick, Greensboro, April 11, 1888. 

Ray, Jacob Usry, Jr., physician, Greensboro. 

1883, Woodstock; s. J. U. Ray, Woodstock, and Laura Browne; b. May 4, 1864; 
M. D., Univ. of Tenn., 1893; Temporarily residing at Woodstock; m. Sarah Nelson 
Waller, Greensboro, Sept. 23, 1896. 

Richard, Edward Lee, (Jun.), Mobile. 

1883, Benton; s. Aaron Richard, Benton, and Eliza Moog; Central American 
Rep., Pollock & Bernheimer, Mobile. 

Rourke, Edmund Berry, (Soph.) 

1883, Tuscaloosa. 



1885] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 297 

♦Rushing, John Burrell, (Soph.), clerk, Elba. 

1883, Elba; s. F. M. Rushing and Fannie V. Yelverton; Cadet, U. S. M. Acad., 
West Point, N. Y., 1885-87; Reg. in Chanc, Coflfee Co., 1891-99; Clerk, Probate Office, 
Coffee Co., 1899-1900; m. Mary Ada Ham, Elba, Jan. 26, 1893; d. June 21, 1900. 

Sanderson, Edward, (Jun.), merchant, Etitaw. 

1883, Eutaw; s. Rev. D. D. Sanderson, Eutaw, and Matilda Beatty: b. May 
18, 1864; m. Lizzie Forney Webb, Eutaw, April 4, 1891. 

Sanford, John WilHam Augustine, Jr., (Law), (See 1884). 
Sayre, Herbert Armistead, (Jun.), B. E., '94, teacher. University. 

1884, Montgomery; s. Paul Tucker Sayre and Eliza Rowe Armistead; b. Aug. 
2, 1866; Cashier, Moses Bros., Bankers, 1888-91; Assistant, Observatory, U. of Va., 
1892; Ph. D., Johns Hopkins, 1896; Prof. Math., Phys. and Astron., Ursinus Col., 
Pa., 1897-98; Prof. Phys. and Astron., U. of Ala., 1898 — . 

Seymour, WilHam Henry, (Soph.), Livingston. 

1884, Livingston; s. Robert Henry Seymour, Livingston, and Leah Anne Harris; 
U. S. Naval Cadet, 1885-88; Prin., Livingston Academy, 1888-90; Chief Clerk, office 
State Supt. of Education, Montgomery, 1890-92; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1892-93, 
'98-99; U. S. Consul, Palermo, Italy. 1893-98; m. Mamie Amarine, Montgomery, Oct. 
5, 1892. 

♦Shelley, McConnell, (Fr.), Selma. 

1884, Selma; s. Gen. C. M. Shelley, Birmingham, and Kathleen McConnell; 
d. June 12, 1891. 

Shepherd, William Manley, (Fr.) 

1884, Tuscaloosa Co. 

Smith, Charles Jason, (Fr.), druggist, Thomasville. 

1884, Dem.opolis; s. Seth David Smith, Demopolis, and Mary J. Seabrook; b. 
Sept. 17, 1866; Druggist in Arkansas City, 1889-93, Demopolis, 1893-97, Thomasville, 
1897 — ; m. Hattie B. Holloman, Little Rock, Ark., Sept. 14, 1893. 

Stollenwerck, Benjamin Lawrence, (Fr.), druggist, Greensboro. 

1884, Greensboro; s. Alphonse Stollenwerck, Greensboro, and Helen Whelan. 

Strock, Samuel Jacob, (Jun.), teacher, Harpersville. 

1884, Verbena, Chilton Co.; s. William B. Strock, Verbena, and Susan Price; 
b. May 14, 1863; A. B., Howard Col., 1890; County Supt. Education, Washington 
Co., 1898-99; m. Maude Austell Gorman, Harpersville, Sept. 4, 1894. 

Thweatt, William Montgomery, (Soph.), merchant, McFall. 

1883, Talladega; s. Daniel H. Thweatt, Talladega, and Fannie Wills; m. Mary 
Lane, McFall. 

Wallace, Bluett Pruett, (Jun.), liveryman, Decatur. 

1882, Moulton; s. W. K. Wallace, Moulton, and Mary Gibson; m. Effie Bynum, 
Courtland, March 31, 1896. 

*Wood, Edwin Johnson, (Soph.), Pleasant Hill. 

1884, Pleasant Hill; s. James A. Wood, Pleasant Hill, and Martha Virginia Cobb; 
d. Sept. :s, 1885. 



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Yerby, James Miller, (Fr,), planter, Tuscaloosa. 

1884, Tuscaloosa; s. Rev. John Thomas Yerby and Permelia Ann Miller; b. 
Feb. II, 1 861; Miller and Ginner; m. Nettie Fernace Buck. 

1886. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

Acton, Peter LaFayette, A. B., '91, teacher, Trussville. 

1883, Trussville; s. Samuel W. Acton and Mary E. Cross; b. Nov. 14, 1864; 
Prin. Trussville Acad., 1886-89, 1894-99; ?""• Ashville Acad., 1889-94; Prof- Math., 
N. A. Confer. Col., 1899 — ; m. Laura L. Davis, Easonville, Oct. 19, 1898. 

Anderson, John Mordecai, B. E., physician, Montgomery. 

1883, Montgomery; M. D., Univ. of N. Y., 1891; m. Roberta Jane Blanks, 
Orange C. H., Va. 

Beeson, John Wesley, A. B., A. M., '88, educator, Meridian, Miss. 

1881, Gadsden; s. William Baker Beeson and Mary Ann Sibert; b. March 31, 
1866; Pres. Arcadia, (La.), Col., 1886-91; Pres. Marengo F. Inst., 1891-96; Pres. East 
Miss. F. Col., 1896 — ; m. (i) Annie Foster Pauline, West Point, Miss., Aug. 31, 1887, 
(2) Rosa Laura Foster, McKinley, June 8, 1893. 

Blakey, Boiling Anthony, A. B., electrician, Montgomery. 

1883, Montgomery; s. David T. Blakey, Montgomery, and Mary S. Mabson; 
b. March 12, 1868; Instructor, A. P. I., 1889-93; m. Emma Fauss, Auburn. 

*Booker, William Edmond, B. E., Uniontown. 

1883, Uniontown; s. Edmund Webster Booker, Spigners, and Martha Frances 
Knight; d, July, 1886. 

Borders, Abner Todd, A. B., lawyer, Ozark. 

1884, Clayton; s. Augustus Stephen Borders and Elizabeth A. Todd; m. Pauline 
Carmichael, Feb. 5, 1892. 

*Briggs, Andrew Jackson, Jr., LL. B., minister, Greenville. 

1885, Pensacola, Fla. ; s. Andrew Jackson Briggs, Robir-son Springs, and Martha 
Ann Brewer; b. Dec. i, 1864; Lawyer, 1886-87; Entered Ministry, M. E. Church, 
South, 1887; Pastor, Troy, Prattville, and Greenville; m. Maggie Lee Smith, Pratt- 
ville, Dec. 16, 1890; d. April 24, 1900. 

Brown, Mortimer Perry, LL. B., insurance, Dothan. 

1885, Troy; s. Dr. P. H. Brown, Troy, and Calesta Mildred Tarver; Reg. in 
Chancery, Pike Co., 1886-92; U. S. Recruiting Service, 1899; Insurance Agent. 

Burke, Matt Otey, A. B., physician, Honaker, Va. 

1882, Meridianville; s. Dr. J. P. Burke and Elleanor Isador Kirkland; b. March 
23, 1867; M. D., 1891, Tulane; m. Dora Kendrick, Honaker, Va., April 18, 1893. 

Campbell, William Wright, B. E., manufacturer, Roanoke. 

1883, Macon Co.; s. George Washington Campbell, Tuskegee, and Eliza Jane 
Wright; b. Oct. 16, 1866; Owner Oil Mill and Guano factory; m. Mannie Mitylene 
Thompson, Hurtsboro, June 12, 1894. 



i886] Graduates with Titled Degrees 299 

Carmichael, Archibald Hill, A. B., LL. B., lawyer, Tuscumbia. 

1882, Ozark, Dale Co.; s. Judge J. M. Carmichael and Amanda Smith; b. June 
17, 1864; Solicitor, Dist. Court; Solicitor, nth Jud. Circuit, 1894-98; Mem. Constitu. 
Con., 1901; m. Annie Luggs, Tuscumbia, Jan. 21, 1890. 

♦Cottingham, Elisha Baldwin, A, B., Birmingham. 

1883, Six Mile, Bibb Co.; s. John Parker Cottingham and Amanda Cochran; 
Teacher at Camden; Salesman in Selma; Agent, Afro-Migration Co.; d. April 12, 1900. 

Cowart, Virgil Lee, LL. B., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1885, Motes, Winston Co.; s. Thomas J. Cowart, Houston, and Lydia Chastain; 
b. March 26, 1866; Examiner of accounts, Dept. of Justice, U. S., 1893-95; Asst, 
U. S. Dist. Atty., Northern Dist. of Ala., 1895-97; m. Emile Spain, Spruce Pine, Feb. 
14, 1891. 

Crow, Edward Calvin, B. E., LL. B., '88, C. E., '88, lawyer, Flor- 
ence. 

1884, Moulton; s. Dr. Calvin A. Crow and Annie E. Thaxton; b. June i8, 1866; 
Sejj. in Chancery, Lauderdale Co., 1895 — ; m. Evie McKee, Birmingham, Oct. 25, 1899. 

Davidson, Alexander Caldwell, Jr., A. B., LL. B., '87, lawyer, 
Uniontown. 

1883, Uniontown; s. Alexander Caldwell Davidson and Maria Overton Price; 
b. Aug. 14, 1866. 

Dell, James Beauregard, A. B., LL. B., lawyer, Dothan. 

1884, Newton, ])3le Co.; s. James O. Dell, Dale Co., and Mary Elizabeth Slaugh- 
ter; b. June 6, 1861; Teacher, 1886-91, 1899 — ; m. Georgia Estelle Daniel, Newton, 
Sept II, 18S7. 

Depew, Charles Ihrie, Jr., B. E., broker, Kosciusko, Miss. 

1882, Citronelle; m. Kate Hollingsworth, Kosciusko, Miss., Jan. 12, 1897. 

deYampert, Charles Poellnitz, LL. B., (See 1884). 

Ellsberry, Edward Foster, A. B., lawyer, Geneva. 

1883, Montgomery; s. A. F. Ellsberry and Eliza Arrington; b. May 22, 1867; 
Teacher, 1886-94. 

Feagin, George Wadsworth, B. E., engineer, Montgomery. 

1883, Midway; s. James Madison Feagin and Almira Cole; Engineer, Expert 
Dept, Gen. Electric Co., Schenectady, N. Y., 1893-94; m- Nora Belle Baker, Midway, 
April IS, 1896. 

Fitts, Alston, A. B., LL. B., '87, physician, Tuscaloosa. 

1882, Tuscaloosa; s. James Harris Fitts and Mary Elizabeth Burges; b. March 
10, 1867; Univ. Leipsic, 1888; M. D., Columbia College, N. Y., 1895; Exch. Clerk, 
Bank of J. H. litts and Co., 1889-90; House Surg., Woman's Hospital, N. Y., 
1898-99; m. Mary Shiras, Ottawa, Kan., Oct. 30, 1901. 

Foster, Edwin Hardy, A. B., A. M., '89, teacher. East Lake. 

1882, Tuscaloosa; s. Joshua Hill Foster, Tuscaloosa, and Frances Cornelia 
Bacon; Teacher, Hearn Inst., Cave Springs, Ga., 1886-87; Prin., Jasper High School, 



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1887-90; Co. Prin., South Highlands Acad. (Birmingham), 1890-94; Prin., Dept. 
Emerson Inst., Washington, 1894-96; Teacher, Waco, Tex., High School, 1896-97; 
Prof. English, Howard Col., 1897 — ; m. Margaret Chunn, Washington, D. C, July 
14, 1896. 

Garber, Alexander Michael, A. B., A. M., '89, lawyer, Talladega. 

1883, Livingston; s. Dr. Alexander M. Garber, Livingston, and Anna Rhodes, 
N. C; b. May 15, 1867; Prin. Male Acad., Aberdeen, Miss., 1888-89; Co. Prin., 
Livingston Male Acad., 1889-90; Solicitor, City Court, Talladega, 1893-1904; Capt., 
Talladega Rifles, 1894-96; Inspector, Governor's Staff, 1897-1900. 

Gary, Thomas Edward, A. B., grocer, Selma. 

1883, Selma; s. Thomas P. Gary, Selma, and Amanda Wilhelmina Ligon; m. 
Emmie Sue Coleman. 

Gibson, Frederic Powers, A. B., lawyer, Baltimore, Md. 

1882, Mobile; s. James Spalding Gibson and Antoinette Julia Powers; b. Sept. 
28, 1865; LL. B., Georgetown Univ., 1898; Asst., Towle Inst., Mobile, 1886-87; Prin., 
West Bend School, 1887-88; Clerk, War Dept., Washington, D. C, 1889-98; Newspaper 
Work; m. Helen H. Read, of Cumberland, Md., at Washington, D. C, March, 1900. 

Greene, Daniel Arthur, LL. B., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1887, Opelika; A. B., 1884, Emory Col., Oxford, Ga. ; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 
1896-97; Associate Judge, City Court, 1901 — ; m. Margaret Jordan Morrow, Bir- 
mingham, May 6, 1890. 

Hagood, Robert William, LL. B., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1885, Birmingham; S. Rufus H. Hagood and America Walker; Sec. of Senate, 
1897, State of Wash.; ist Lieut., .^rd Ala. Inf., Spanish War, 1899. 

*Harris, John James, Jr., A. B., physician, Furman. 

1882, Tuscaloosa; s. John James Harris and Maggie Fitts; M. D., Univ. of N. 
Y., 1889; xn. Lilly Purifoy, Furman, Jan. 18, 1892; d. May 25, 1897. 

Hickman, Cunningham Wilson, LL. B., (See 1884). 

*Hobdy, Oliver Arthur, A. B., merchant. Snow Hill. 

1882, Snow Hill; s. William Madison Hobdy and Mary Adline Carter; b. 
July 3, 1864; Merchant and Exporter, Chihuahua, Mex., 1894-98; d. Sept. 19, 1900. 

Horn, John Lee, B. E., C. E., '90, warehouseman, Livingston. 

1883, Epes; s. Isaac Wood Horn, Coatopa, and Elizabeth Mary Jane McMillan; 
b. April 4, 1865. 

*Jones, Virginius Walker, A. B., LL. B., '91, A. M., '89, lawyer, 
Camden. 

1883, Camden; s. Gen. R. C. Jones and Stella Hamilton Boykin; b. Aug. 19, 
1865; County Solicitor, 1892-1900; d. May 2, 1900 

Kennedy, John Spinks, LL. B., lawyer, Birmingham. 

188s, Florence; s. Enoch Kennedy, Tuscaloosa Co., and Louisa Chisolm; City 
Atty. for Woodlawn, 1894 — ; m. Clemmie Young Sheldon, Woodlawn, Aug. 5, 1897. 

King, Henry Allen, A. B., physician. New Iberia, La. 

1883, New Iberia, La.; s. E. T. King, New Iberia, and Margaret Ann Marsh; 
b May 23, 1866; M. D., Tulane, 1889. 



i886J Graduates with Titled Degrees 301 

♦Levy, Isidore Abraham, A. B., merchant and editor, Forkland. 

1882, Forkland; s. Jacob L. Levy, Birmingham, and Flora Piser; b. May 17, 
1868; d. Oct. 8, 1900. 

Loveman, Morris, LL. B., (See 1885). 

*Lyon, Francis Strother, A. B., law student, Demopolis. 

1883, Demopolis; s. George Gaines Lyon, and Annie Gaines Glover; d. Jan. 
19, J 888. 

McGiffert, William Henry, A. B., merchant, Tuscaloosa. 

1882, Knoxville; s. David McGiflfert, Knoxville, and Mary Elizabeth Thornton; 
m. Lela McCracken, Greene Co., Jan. 4, 1887. 

Nelson, Algernon Waller, A. B., merchant, Birmingham. 

1883, Selma; s. Algernon Sidney Nelson and Sarah A. Waller; Lumber and 
Coal Merchant; m. Martha Morris, Birmingham, 1894. 

Pace, Albert Eugene, A. B., lawyer, Dothan. 

1884, Geneva; s. Nat. Pace, Newton, and Clara Callaway. 

Pinkard, Edward Lee, B. E., C. E., 90, civil engineer, Opelika. 

1883, Opelika; s. T. C. Pinkard and Mary Ella Comegys; Major, 2nd U. S. Vol. 
Engineers, Spanish War, 1898-99. 

Pugh, John Cochrane, A. B., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1882, Eufaula; s. Senator James L. Pvigh and Serena S. Hunter; LL. B., 
Georgetown Univ. 

Rudulph, Zebulon Thomas, A. B., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1883, Pleasant Hill; s. John B. Rudulph, Pleasant Hill, and Virginia Blount; 
b. Aug. 29, 1866. 

Rushton, Madison Webster, LL. B., lawyer, Luverne. 

1885, Ramer, Montgomery Co.; s. Basil Manly Rushton, Raif Branch, and Sarah 
Elizabeth Urquhart; Reg. in Chanc, Crenshaw Co., 1887-98; County Solicitor, 1886-96; 
Cashier, Bank of Luverne. 

Smith, Julien Lee, B. E., C. E., '88, real estate and insurance, 
Selma. 

1883, Minter Station; s. Josiah Smith, Selma, and Hattie Lee; County Engineer, 
Dallas Co.; City Engineer, Selma; m. (i) Fannie Watson, June ii, 1890, (2) Mrs. 
Emma Lanford Lee, Nov. 8, igoo. 

Stewart, James Jones, LL. B., (See 1884). 

Truss, James Davis, B. E., C. E., 90, civil engineer, East Lake. 

1883, Seddon, St. Clair Co.; s. James Davis Truss, Sr., and Martha Coleman; 
U. S. Inspector 111. & Miss. Canal, 1893 — ; m. Annie Jones, Cropwell, Dec. 26, 1887. 

Underwood, William James, LL. B.. (See 1885). 



302 Record of Students [1886 

Wilson, Henry Felix, Jr., B. E., C. E., '90, engineer, Birmingham. 

1884, Mobile; s. H. F. Wilson and Mary Virginia Clarke; b. Oct. 31, 1867; 
Draughtsman, U. S. Water Boundary Commission, El Paso, Tex., 1898-99; Engineer, 
Southern Bridge Co. ; m. Corinne Estelle Harris, Blocton, Dec. 23, 1890. 

Wood, Bernard Augustine, B. E., C. engineer, Meridian, Miss. 

1881, Tuscaloosa; s. Gen. S. A. M. Wood, Tuscaloosa, and Lelia Leftwich; b. 
Feb. 14, 1867; Resident Engineer, M. & O. R. R. ; m. Maebelle McEachin, Nov. 
24, 1898. 

Wright, Ruffin Ashe, A. B., physician. Mobile. 

1884, Greensboro; s. J. W. A. Wright and Margaret Tutwiler; b. Sept. 13, 1865; 
M. D., Univ. of Va., 1889; Surgeon, Ala. Bryce Hosp. 

1886. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

Allen, Claude Alston, (Jun.), Birmingham. 

1885, Birmingham; s. James Anderson Allen and Mary Alston Robinson; b. 
Dec. II, 1866; ist Lieut., sth Immunes, U. S. Vol., 1898-99; Southern Representative, 
Armour Co.; m. Mary S. Sherrod, Birmingham, 1889. 

Andrews, William Thomas, (Fr.), merchant and planter, Gold 
Hill. 

1885, Oak Bowery, Chambers Co.; s. William A. Andrews, Oak Bowery, and 
Mary Harwell; b. Feb. 26, 1867; m. Addie Neal Robertson, Gold Hill, Oct. 25, 1892. 

Beatty, Thomas Lee, lawyer, Tuscaloosa. 

188s, Tuscaloosa; A. B., Oxford Col., 1885; Contractor for Railway Timbers. 

Bonner, James Lee, (Soph.), planter. Rosebud. 

1884, Rosebud, Wilcox Co.; s. Major James Bonner and Julia Newbury; b. 
Sept. 10, 1867; m. Eula Dale, Oak Hill, 1893. 

Boutwell, Julius Jinkins, (Law), lawyer, Arlington, Tex. 

1885, Greenville; s. Burt Boutwell, Greenville, and Virginia Lester; Lieut. In 
Tex. Reg., Spanish War, 1898. 

Boykin, Burwell Lee, (Jun.), planter, Montgomery. 

1884, Selma; s. Frank Boykin, Tilden, and Mary Boykin; m. Virginia Scott 
Pollard, Montgomery, Jan. 16, 1895. 

Brumby, William McDuffie, (Fr.), physician, Houston, Tex. 

1885, Delhi, La.; s. Dr. G. McD. Brumby, New Orleans, La., and Rebecca Gibbs; 
b. March 11, 1866; M. D., 1889, Tulane; Mem. Board of Health, Houston, Tex., 
1897 — ; m. Thekla Meagher, Cameron, Tex., March 19, 1891. 

Cain, John, (Fr.), druggist, Wetumpka. 

1885, Wetumpka, Elmore Co.; s. E. M. Cain and Mary Buyck; m. Grace Austin, 
Wetumpka, Dec. 15, 1897. 

♦Calhoun, James Martin, (Jun.), Birmingham. 

1883, Richmond, Dallas Co.; s. Andrew Pickens Calhoun and Ellen Lee; b. 
June II, 1868; Law Student; d. July 13, 1887. 



i886] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 303 

Carothers, Milton Washington, (Jun.), book-keeper, Newbern. 

1885, Summerfield, Dallas Co.; s. Milton Washington Carothers and Mary 
Sadler; b. Tan. s, 1867; City Treasurer, Newbern, 8 years; m. Stella Hatch, Newbern, 
Jan. 23, i8<js. 

Gary, Albert Alexander, (Fr.) 

1885, New Orleans, La. 

Gawthon, Orville Marshall, (Fr.), merchant, Selma. 

1885, em s. Alexander W. Cawthon and Laura J. Keith; m. Lucy Carlisle, 
Selma. 

Glark, Thomas Jefferson, (Soph.), planter. Bridge ville. 

1885. Franconia, Pickens Co.; s. Thomas JeflFerson Clark, Bridgeville, and 
L'lizalieth Jane Hood. 

♦Glements, Newton Nash, Jr., (Jun.), Tuscaloosa. 

1883, Tuscaloosa; s. Newton Nash Clements and Laura Gamett McMichael; b. 
Feb. 5, 1869; d. Aug. 26, 1886. 

Crook, Samuel Wiles, Jr., (Fr.), R. R. conductor, Gadsden. 

1885, Alexandria; s. S. W. Crook, Jacksonville, and Sallie W. Chisholm; m. 
Miss Cook, Calera. 

Bearing, Glarence Eddins, (Fr.), physician, Smithfield, Ky. 

1885, Columbus, Miss.; s. J. M. Dearing, Trinity, Miss., and Mary Eddins; 
M. D., 1894, Louisville Med. Col.; m. Maggie May Gager, LaGrange, Ky., May 29, 
1894- 

Dorsey, Isham Jenkins, (Fr.), merchant, Opelika. 

1885, Macon Co.; s. John I. Dorsey and Ophelia F. Thornton; m. Nellie Smith, 
Opelika, Nov. 9, 1893. 

Eddins, Sheldon Augustus, (Fr.), planter, Tuscaloosa. 

1885, Tuscaloosa; s. Joseph Balus Eddins and Clementine Miller; m. Ella 
Blocker, HuU. 

Fitts. W^illiam Gochrane, (Law), LL. B., '90, lawyer. Mobile. 

1885, Tuscaloosa; s. Philip Augustus Fitts and Sophia Holland Cochrane; b. 
Jan. 29, i856; Student, S. W. P. U., Clarksville, Tenn.; Att'y-Gen., Ala., 1894-98; 
Mem. Constitu. Conven., 1901; m. Elleanor Hewitt, Birmingham, April 23, 1890. 

Freret, William, (Soph.) 

1884, New Orleans, La. 

Gill, Glarence, (Soph), Decatur. 

1884, Morgan Co. 

Glasgow, John Henry, (Fr) 

1885, Butler Co. 

Going, William Rufus, (Fr.), cashier. New York. 

1885, Birmingham; s. James Alfred Going and Myrtis Glovina Billups; b. Jan. 
24, 1868; Asst Cashier, Haight & Freese Co. 



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Hamil, John Polk, (Fr.), planter, Troy. 

1885, Troy; s. John Milner Hamil, Troy, and Nancey Wynne; Merchant, 
1889-93; Asst. Post Master, Troy, 1892-96; m. Isadora Jones, Memphis, Tenn., Nov. 
9, 1898. 

Haralson, Jefferson Bennette, (Jun.), physician and merchant, 
Langston. 

1885, Fort Payne; s. W. J. Haralson, Fort Payne, and Cornelia Macfarlane; b. 
Oct. 2.3, 1867; m. O. A. Moody, Langston, Feb. ig, 1900. 

Hawthorn, Samuel McCreary, (Soph.), physician, Pine Apple. 

1884, Pine Apple, Wilcox Co.; s. Joseph Richard Hawthorn, Jr., and Sarah 
Hunter McCreary; M. D., Mobile, 1889; m. Marie Charlotte Hamil, Nashville, Tenn., 
Feb. 26, 1890. 

*Herzberg, Albert, (Jun.), merchant, Gadsden. 

1883, Gadsden; s. Herman Herzberg and Mary Liddell; d. 1892. 

Higgins, John Hubert, (Fr.), merchant, Montgomery. 

1885, Montgomery; s. John H. Higgins and Julia Herron; m. Carlinne Whitten, 
Columbus, Ga. 

Hobson, William Andrew, (Fr.), minister, Jacksonville, Fla. 

1885, Northport; s. Francis Monox Hobson, Pearson, and Mary Catherine 
Shows; A. B., 1892, D. D., 1898, Howard Col.; Pastor, Baptist Church, Woodlawn, 
1894-97, East Lake, 1896-1900, Jacksonville, Fla., 1900 — ; Prof. Bib. Literature, How- 
ard Co!., 1896-1900; m. Lou Alma Cheek, Birmingham, Oct. 2, 1887. 

*Holt, Graham, (Fr.), clerk, Tuskegee. 

1885, Tuskegee; s. Judge Holt and Graham; d. Aug. 22, 1892. 

Jones, Dixon Blanchard, (Jun.), planter, Camden. 

1884, Camden; s. Col. E. N. Jones and Mary Ellen Blanchard; b. Nov. 12, 1866; 
Deputy Sheriif, Wilcox Co., 1900 — . 

* Jones, John Cargil, (Soph.), physician, Tilden. 

1884, Camden; s. Col. E. N. Jones and Mary Ellen Blanchard; b. Jan. 2, i86b; 
M. D., Louisville Med. Col., 1891; d. May 9, 1894. 

Jones, Pearcy Walton, (See 1885). 

Keener, John Thomas, (Fr.), book-keeper, Whiteside, Tenn. 

1885, Keener, Etowah Co.; book-keeper New Extra Coal Co.; m. Lulu Case, 
Trenton, Ga., May 20, 1891. 

Kenan, Thomas Gardner, (Soph.), planter, Selma. 

1885, Selma; s. Daniel L. Kenan, Selma, and Victoria V. Carr; b. Dec. 14, 
1867; Clerk and Book-keeper, 1887-95; m. Mary Elizabeth Moore, Summerfield, Nov. 



King, Green Lee, (Soph.) 

1884, Mosley's Bluff, La. 



i886] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 305 
Lenoir, Sterling Payne, (Fr.) 

1885, Aberdeen. Miss. 

Lenoir, William Thomas, (Jun.), Birmingham. 

1884, Aberdeen, Miss. 

*McCalla, Frederick, (Jun.), civil engineer, Tuscaloosa. 

1883, Tuscaloosa; s. R. C. McCalla, Tuscaloosa, and Margaret Eliza Lewis; b. 
July 16, 1868; m. Emma Wharton Henderson, Wilsonville, March 2, 1892; d. Dec. 
15, 1892. 

McCalla, William Augustus, (Jun.), civil engineer, Tuscaloosa. 

1883, Tuscaloosa; s. R. C. McCalla and Margaret Eliza Lewis; b. Nov. 7, 1866; 
m. May Raiford, Tuscaloosa, 1897. 

McConnico, Stonewall, (Jun.), planter, Camden. 

1883, Allenton; s. W. W. McConnico, Allenton, and Sarah E. Hawthorne; b. 
May 24, 1867; Sheriff, Wilcox Co., 1896-1900. 

*McCoy, Albert Sidney Johnston, (Jun.), Mobile. 

1884, Mobile; d. 1886. 

*Nelson, William Portis, (Soph.), Brazil, S. Amer. 

1885, Selma; s. Richard Marshall Nelson, Baltimore, Md., and Ella Hines; d. 
about 1892. 

*Petty, William Franklin, (Jun.), med. student, Collinsville. 

1885, Collinsville; d. 188—^. 

Prowell, David Miller. (Soph.), planter, Dayton. 

1883, Dayton; s. David Myers Prowell, Marengo Co., and Virginia Jones; m. 
Mattie Lou Gilbert, Dayton, 1889. 

*Rayburn, Samuel King, Jr., (Jun.), teacher, Guntersville. 

1885, Guntersville; s. Samuel King Rayburn, Guntersville, and Nannie Nix; 
b. June 21, ;867; Teacher, Guntersville Acad.; d. Dec 23. 1888. 

Richey, Robert William. (Fr.), planter. Garden. 

1885, Garden, Pickens Co.; s. Clarke Richey, Garden, and Annie E. Bell; b. 
Oct. 10, i858; m. Lulu Noland, Pickensville, April 30, 1891. 

Robertson, I sham Walter, planter, Tuscaloosa. 

1885, Tuscaloosa; s. Isham Robertson and Sarah Cameron; b. Aug. 5. 1868. 

Salter, Richard Washington, (Fr.) 

1885, New Orleans, La. 

Sibert, Samuel Houston, (Soph), merchant, Hokes Bluff. 

1884, Gadsden; s. W. J. Sibert, Gadsden, and Marietta Ward; b. April 15, 
1864; Farmer and Stock Raiser; m. Emma Lulu Penney, Hokes Bluff, April 26, 1891. 

Smith, Charleton Green, (Soph.), planter, Brierfield. 

1885, Brierfield, Bibb Co.; s. James Newton Smith and Fannie Green; m. Pearl 
Davidson, Centreville. 

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Smith, Claudius Whitfield, (Soph.), merchant and planter, Mill- 
gin. 

1884, Prattville; s. Calvin Whitfield Smith and Calista Ward Smith; b. Aug. 
II, 1886. 

Smith, James Virgil, (Soph.), trav. salesman, Prattville. 

1885, Prattville; s. William James Smith and Mary Francis McQueen; b. Oct. 
26, 1867; Co-Editor of Autauga Netvs; with H. M. Austin, Montgomery, since 1900; 
m. Ethel Stadler, Prattville, April 17, 1895. 

Smith, William Dixon, Jr., (Law), (See 1881). 

Spurlin, George Greene, (Soph.), physician, U. S. Army, Cuba. 

1885, Camden; s. Green F. Spurlin and Arabella Brown; A. B., Howard Col., 
1890; M. D., Tulane; Surgeon, U. S. Army. 

Thigpen, Francis Marion, (Soph.), physician, Pensacola, Fla. 

1885, Greenville, Butler Co.; s. Job Thigpen, Greenville, and Martha Watts; 
b. Sept. 28, 1867; A. B., Howard, 1887; M. D., 1891, Tulane; Studied at Gen. Hosp., 
Vienna, 1893-94; London, 1894595; Specialist, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. 

Toxey, William, (Fr.), civil engineer, Tuscaloosa. 

1885, Clements, Tuscaloosa Co.; s. Appleton Toxey, Cottondale, and Virginia 
Robertson; b. Dec. 5, 1865; m. Stella Williams, Flora. 

Tullis, Charles Duke, (Soph.), R. R. business, Savannah, Ga. 

1884, Eufaula; s. John W. Tullis, Eufaula, and Mary Caroline Woods; b. April 
27, 1869. 

Tuttle, Robert John, (Soph.), grocer and importer. New Orleans, 
La. 

1884, Shorters, Macon Co.; s. Amos G. Tuttle, Montgomery, and Maggie Cloud; 
m. Corrinne Cha Treyedont, Dallas, Tex., April 10, 1890. 

Ward, Charles Sedberry, (Fr.), manufacturer, Gadsden. 

1885, Gadsden; s. O. W. Ward and Sarah Sedberry; Sec. and Gen. Manager of 
the Gadsden Coal, Light & Ice Co.; m. Maud Line, Chattanooga, Tenn., Nov. 20, 1890. 

Ward, William Washington, (Soph.), merchant. Centre. 

1884, Centre, Cherokee Co.; s. S. C. Ward, Centre, and Livinia Chisolm; Planter 
and County Surveyor. 

Warren, Monroe, (Jun.), civil engineer, Clayton. 

1884. Clayton; s. Warren and Mary Frances Lawson. 

*Westcott, Samuel Thomas, (Sen.), merchant, Montgomery. 

1883, Montgomery; s. William R. Westcott and Mary A. W. Russell; b. Feb. 
S, 1863; m. Camilla Gerald, 1890; d. April 7, 1899. 

* Wharton, Morton Bryan, (Fr.), lawyer and merchant, Graham, 
N. C. 

188s, Montgomery; s. Rev. M. B. Wharton, D. D., and Mary Belle Irwin; b. 
^larch 7, 1870; m. Kittie Mebane Holt, Graham, N. C, April 30, 1890; d. at Greens- 
boro, N. C, April 18, 1899. 



1887] Graduates with Titled Degrees 307 

Whitman, Edward Fenno, (Jun.), cotton dealer, Boaz. 

1885, Marshall Co.; s. James P. Whitman, Albertville, and Mary Gilbreath; m. 
Jane Moore Street, Guntersville, May 24, 1888. 

* Wilson, Thomas Cowles, (Law), Montgomery. 

1885, Montgomery; d. 1886. 

Yerby, Samuel Asa, (Fr.), planter, Tuscaloosa. 

1885, Tuscaloosa; s. Rev. John T. Yerby and Permelia Ann Miller; b. March 
15, 1862; m. Mary Durrett, Tuscaloosa, Dec. 22, 1892. 

Young, Henry Tutwiler, (Jun.), physician, Greensboro. 

1885, Greensboro; s. Dr. Elisha Young, Greensboro, and Anna Eliza Ashe 
Tutwiler; b. Feb. 11, 1867; M. D., 1899, Sewanee; m. Georgia Johnston, Greensboro, 
Feb. II, 1897. 

1887. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

Agee, Alfred Pelham, LL. B., lawyer, Kansas City, Mo. 

1886, Perdue Hill, Monroe Co.; s. Noah Alfred Agee and Anne C. Hunley; 
b. Aug. 6, 1862; Naval Cadet and Midshipman, 1879-85; Grad. U. S. Naval Acad., 
Annapolis, 1883; City Atty., Anniston, 1888-96; m. Ellie Shepherd, Montgomery, April 
6, 1899. 

Atkins, James Oliver, A. B., A. M., '89, teacher, Monterey. 

1883, Monterey, Butler Co.; s. Oliver Atkins and Martha Powell; b. April i8, 
1867; Prin. Autaugaville Acad, and Marianna Dist. School; m. Jessie Gordon McNeel, 
Aulaugaville, Dec. 27, 1892. 

Banks, James Oliver, Jr., A. B., merchant, Eutaw. 

1883, Eutaw; s. James Oliver Banks, Columbus, and Martha Coleman; b. Dec 
26, 1865; m. Julia Coleman, Eutaw, June 6, 1888. 

Bateman, John Wadkins, A. B., teacher and lawyer, Equality. 

1884, Verbena; s. John Wadkins Bateman, Montgomery, and Mary Ann Burt; 
h. Oct. 9, /861; m. Blanche Spiers, Robinson Springs. 

Bentley, Archibald Davis, LL. B., lawyer, Rockford. 

1886, Rockford, Coosa Co.; s. John Samuel Bentley and Sarah Catherine Suttle; 
b, Aug. zi, 1862; Probate Judge, Coosa Co., 1894-98; m. Edna Earl Looney, Fayette- 
ville, Nov. 20, i88g. 

Burgett, James Ralston, Jr., LL. B., (See 1884). 

Cherry, Joseph Nicholas, A. B., planter. Plant City, Fla. 

1883, Gold Hill; s. George W. Cherry, Opelika, and Frances Parsons; m. 
Sallie Lillian Tarver, Midway, Feb., 1892. 

Clements, Julius Morgan, A. B., A. M., geologist, Madison, Wis. 

1883, Tuscaloosa; s. Rufus Hargrove Clements and Martha Lavinia Bugbee; b. 
Feb. 12, 1869; Ph. D., 1892, Leipsic; Asst. Geol., U. S. Geol. Sur., 1893—; Asst. Prof. 
of Geol., Univ. of Wis., 1893 — ; m- Caroline Simonds, Dayton, Ohio, Sept. 3, 1892. 



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Crum, Benjamin Percy, LL. B., lawyer, Montgomery. 

1886, Evergreen; s. Benjamin D. Crum and Ellen Oliver; b. March 7, 1864; 
m. Emma Crum, Greenville. 

Darden, George Washington, A. B., lawyer and planter, Oneonta. 

1884, LaFayette; s. William C. Darden, LaFayette, and Carrie E. Holstun; b. 
Nov. 17, 1865; Teacher, S. Ala. Inst., 1887-89; Mayor of Oneonta, i year; m. Vaden 
Pratt, Madisonville, Ky., June 26, 1891. 

Davidson, Alexander Caldwell, Jr., LL. B., (See 1886). 
Dedman, Joseph Marcus, A. B., Columbia, Tenn. 

1884, Selma; s. Col. J. M. Dedman and Mary A. Scarff; b. March 12, 1868; 
Proprietor of Bethell Hotel; m. Bessie La Croix Bill, Selma, May 27, 1889. 

Ervin, Robert Tait, LL. B., lawyer. Mobile. 

1886, Mobile; s. Robert Hugh Ervin, Camden, and Sarah Asbury Tait; b. May 
27, 1863; m. Frances Patterson Pybas, Jackson, Tenn., June 8, 1897. 

Fitts, Alston, LL. B., (See 1886). 

Foote, Francis Theodore, B. E., engineer, Crowley, La. 

1884, Centreville, La.; s. John M. Foote, Charenton. La., and Mrs. Caroline 
M. Duinnsel; b. May 4, 1861; Engineer in charge of Lichtenstein and Hechinzu 
Irriga. Canals and Vermillions Development Co.'s Canal; m. Mary Fitzpatrick, Peters- 
burg, Va., June i, 1897. 

Forney, George Hoke, A. B., book-keeper, Birmingham. 

1883, Jacksonville; s. William H. Forney, Jacksonville, and Mary E. Wood- 
ward; b. June 8, 1866; m. Jessie D. Groverman, Baltimore, Md., Jan., 1898. 

Foster, Glenn, A. B., banker, Tuscaloosa. 

1883, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. D. L. Foster, Tuscaloosa, and Maria Bealle; b. Jan. 
24, 1868; Treasurer, Tuscaloosa, 1892- 1900; Cashier, Merchants' Nat. Bank; m. Julia 
C. Martin. 

Francis, John Miller, A. B., A. M., '89, chemist, Detroit, Mich. 

1883, Jacksonville; s. M. W. Francis, Jacksonville, and Julia Clark; b. Oct. 25, 

1867; Analyst, Ala. Geol. Survey, 1887-88; Asst. Prof. Chem., U. of Ala., 1888-91; 

Chief Chemist, Parke, Davis & Co., Mfg. Chemists, Detroit, Mich, 1897 — ; m. Evie 
Eugenia Harris, Nov. 25, 1890. 

Frenkel, Isaac Newton, LL. B., merchant, Mobile. 

1886, Mobile; s. Louis Frenkel, Mobile, and Frida Haas; A. B., Spring Hill, 
1885; Lawyer, 1887-99, now merchant; m. Daisy Haverinan, Mobile, Dec. 29, 1897. 

Gay, William David, A. B., A. M., '93, minister, Montgomery. 

1883, Montgomery; s. Julius Brown Gay, Montgomery, and Frances Jeannette 
Wright; b. Oct. 8, 1867; Pastor Baptist churches at Furman, Pleasant Hill, Ala., 
Valence St. and Fifth churches. New Orleans, La.; now Pastor Adams St. church, 
Montgomery; m. (i) Minnie Gardner, Tuskegee, May 21, 1889, (2) Mary Belle Scott, 
Montgomery, Jan. 21, 1895. 



1887] Graduates with Titled Degrees 309 

Gould, Frank Horace, LL. B., lawyer, San Francisco, Cal. 

1885, San Jose, Cal.; s. Albert Langdon Gould, Lexington, Cal., and Jane 
Augusta Holbrook; b. Aug. 29, 1856; County Surveyor, Mariposa Co., 1895; Kep., Gen. 
Assem., Cal. Leg., 1891-95; Speaker, House, 1893-95; Building and Loan Commis- 
sioner, Cal., 1897-1901; m. (i) Hester A. Farnsworth, San Jose, Jan. 16, 1878, (2) 
Nettie Graster, Santa Rosa, Dec. 4, 1898. 

Griffin, Woorlward Elie, A. B., LL. B., '87, real estate, Mont- 
gomery. 

1884, Troy; s. Nicholas Woodward Griffin. Troy, and Mary Elizabeth Ford; b. 
Aug. 7, 1866; Prin., Gram. School, Troy, 1887-88; Supt. of Educa., Pike Co., 1888-90; 
Prof., Troy Nor. Col., 1889-90; Supt., Troy Public Schools, 1891-93; Prin., Public 
Schools, Pensacola, Fla., 1893-98; Prin. High School, Ocala, Fla., 1899-1900; m. Esther 
Tillis, Nov. 17, 1897. 

Harper, William Wade, A. B., physician, Selma. 

1884, Richmond, Dallas Co.; s. William B. Harper, Richmond, and Georgia 
Wade; M. D., Tulane, 1889; Health officer, Dallas Co.; m. Rosa L. Frantz, New 
Orleans, La., Nov. 20, 1895. 

Harwood, Bernard, LL. B., lawyer, Eutaw. 

i886, Gainesville; s. Samuel B. M. Harwood, Gainesville, and Mary Scott Gray; 
b. April 27, 1866; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1898-1902; m. Helene Browne, Eutaw, 
June 12, 1889. 

Hatter, William Reuben, A. B., physician, Boligee. 

1883, Eutaw; s. W. R. B. Hatter and Kate Permelia George; b. Dec. 31, i866; 
M. D., Tulane, 1889; m. Sallie B. Harkness, Pearsall, Tex., 1890. 

Holliday, Walter Homer, LL. B., Edwardsville. 

1886, Dekalb Co.; s. Dr. A. L. Holliday, Rains. 

Horton, Clarence Leslie, A. B., A. M., '92, physician, New 
Orleans, La. 

1883, Pleasant Ridge; s. William Horton and Mary Kirkland; b. Oct. 7, 1866; 
M. D., Tulane, 1893; Med. Inspector, La. State Board of Health; m. Cora Schriever, 
New Orleans, June 24, 1896. 

Jones, Henry Augustine, LL. B., lawyer, Tuscaloosa. 

1886, Tuscaloosa; s. William Augustine Jones, Greensboro, and Margaret King; 
b. Jan. 19, i860; m. Mary Crawford, Tuscaloosa, Nov. 27, 1889. 

Jones, James Feagin, LL. B., lawyer. Evergreen. 

1886, Fairfield, Covington Co.; s. George Mott Jones and Nancy Lou Ann 
Feagin; b. April 12, 1853; Rep., Gen., Assem., Ala., 1892-94, 1900-02. 

Kemper, James Parkerson, B. E., engineer, Glencoe, La. 

1883, Glencoe, La.; s. William P. Kemper, Glencoe, La., St. Mary's Parish, and 
Monica Rogers; b. Aug. 5, 1868; Electrical and Mechanical Engineer; m. Cordelle 
Alexander, March 19, 1896, New Orleans, La. 

Lee, Lawrence Haywood, A. B., LL. B., '88, lawyer, Gadsden. 

1884, Clayton; s. Alto Velo Lee and Lillie Lawrence; b. Aug. 2, 1867; Rep., 
Gen. Assem., Ala., 1898-99; Lawyer and Editor Clayton Record; m. Gussie Alston, 
Clayton. 



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*Lockard, Willie Penn, A. B., book-keeper, Gainesville, Tex. 

1 88s, Tuskegee; s. Penn S. Lockard, Gainesville, Tex., and Sue E. McMuUen; 
b. Dec. 26, 1867; d. Jan. 3, 1897. 

Maxwell, John Edwin, A. B., book-keeper, Montgomery. 

1883, Tuscaloosa; s. John Maxwell and Mary Ann Maxwell; b. March 2, 1868; 
Merchant at Bessemer, 1889-95; with Hobbie and Teague since 1895. 

McCall, Daniel Thompson, A. B., physician, Butler. 

1884, DeSotoville; s. Daniel McCall, DeSotoville, and Nancy Elizabeth Thomp- 
son; b. Sept. 5, 1869; M. D., 1894, Louisville Med. Col. 

McLain, David Solomon, B. E., engineer, Brighton. 

1884, Earnest, Jefferson Co.; s. A. H. P. McLain, Earnest, and Phoebe 
Hamaker; b. Dec. 2, 1856; Surveyor, Jefferson Co., 1889; Asst. Supt. Pub. Works, 
Jefterson Co., 1891-92; Transitman, U. S. Survey, Apalachicola Bay, Fla.,1891; Engi- 
neer in charge Valley Creek Canal, 1899-1900; m. Martha Alice Naylor, Plains, Ga., 
March 3, 1896. 

Mitchell, John Emanuel, A. B., LL. B., '88, lawyer. Mobile. 

1884, Mobile; s. Benjamin E. Mitchell, Eufaula, and Virginia Emanuel, Mobile; 
b. Jan. 31, 1868; m. Mary Louise Johnston, San Antonio, Tex., Aug. ii, 1891. 

Oliver, William Bacon, A. B., LL. B., '89, A. M., '92, lawyer, 
Tuscaloosa. 

1883, Eutaw; s. William C. Oliver, Eutaw, and Elizabeth S. Whitehead; b. 
May 25, 1867; Solicitor, 6th Jud. Circuit, 1898-1904. 

Owen, Thomas McAdory, A. B., LL. B., historian, Montgomery. 

1884, Jasper; s. Dr. William Marmaduke Owen and Nancy L. McAdory; b, 
Dec. 15, 1866, at Jonesboro; practiced law at Bessemer, 1887-94, Carrollton, 1897- 
1900, Birmingham, 1900-01; Clerk, P. O. Dept., Washington, D. C, 1894-97; Solicitor, 
Bessemer, 1890-93; Asst. Solic, Jefferson Co., 1892; Sec. Ala. Histor. Society, 1898 — ; 
Mem. Amer. Histor. Association; one of founders of South. Histor. Association; 
Author of Bibliography of Ala., 1897, and of Miss., 1900; Several Genealogical works. 
Annals of Ala., 1819-1900; Editor of Transactions of Ala. Histor. Society, 1898-1901; 
Report of Ala. History Commission, 1901; Director, Department of "Archives and 
History" of Ala., 1901 — ; m. Marie Susan Bankhead, Fayette, April 12, 1893. 

Peters, Robert Frierson, LL. B., lawyer, Fayette. 

1886, Fayette; s. Benjamin Franklin Peters, Portersville, Miss., and Ada M. 
Frierson; Clerk, Circuit Court, Fayette Co., 1887-92; County Solicitor, 1892-99; Mayor 
of Fayette, 1894-98; m. Annie Lena Jones, Fayette, June 2, 1891. 

Pettway, Mark Howell, A. B., broker and merchant, Knoxville, 
Tenn. 

1884, Camden; s. John Henry Pettway, Camden, and Laura Jones; b. Nov. 7, 
1866; m. Nellie Atchinson Fuller, Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 1, 1894. 

Quarles, William Washington, A. B., LL. B., A. M., '92, lawyer, 
Selma. 

1884, Selma; s. William Washington Quarles, Pleasant Hill, and Mary Ann 
Hardy; b. May 24, 1865; Col., 3rd Reg., Ala. S. Troops, 1888-92; Rep., Gen. Assem., 

Ala., 1890-92; Solicitor, 4th Jud. Circuit, 1892 ; m. Ida B. Smith, Selma, Feb, 

24, 1892. 



1887] Graduates with Titled Degrees 3^1 

Rabb, John Madison, LL. B., (See 1873). 

Rivers, Eugene Raiford, LL. B., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1886, Glenville, Russell Co. 

Robinson, James Jefferson, Jr., A. B., planter, Lafayette. 

1884, Lafayette; s. James Jeherson Robinson and Josephine Bertha Huguley; 
b. March 27, 1867; m. Kate Lee Gummett, Lafayette, Dec. i, 1887. 

Saffold, William Berney, A. B., LL. B., '88, A. M., '89, teacher. 
University. 

1884, Selma; s. Benjamin Franklin Saffold and Mary Ellen Brown; b. July ii, 
1867; Ph. D., 1898, Johns Hopkins Univ.; Tutor, Univ. of Ala., 1887-88; Prof., 
Latin and Greek, Marion Mil. Inst., 1S88-91; Prof, of Latin and Greek, Searcy Col., 
Ark., 1891-92, and Little Rock, Ark., Acad., 1892-94; Fellow in Latin, Johns Hop- 
kins Univ., 1896-97; Prof., Greek and Latin, U. of Ala., 1897 . 

♦Searcy, Reuben Martin, A. B., A. M., '92, physician, Tusca- 
loosa. 

1883, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. James T. Searcy and Annie R. Ross; b. Nov. 2, 1868; 
M. D., Georgetown Univ., 1892; Asst. Chera., U. of Ala., 1887-88; Med. Student, Univ. 
of Va., 1888-89; Instructor, Chem., Univ. of Va., 1889-92; d. July 16, 1892. 

Somerville, Ormond, A. B., LL. B., '90, lawyer, Tuscaloosa. 

1884, Tuscaloosa; s. H. M. Somerville, New York, and Cornelia B. Harris; 
b. Nov. 26, 1868; Instructor, Lat. and Eng., U. of Ala., 1887-88; County Solicitor, 

Tuscaloosa Co., 1891-92; Prof. Law, U. of Ala., 1896 — ; m. (i) Kate Walter, Sept. 

14, 1892, Tuscaloosa, (2) Bessie Randolph Edgar, Dec. 22, 1898, Shelbyville, Tenn. 

Street, Oliver Day, A. B., LL. B., '88, lawyer, Guntersville. 

1885, Guntersville; s. Thomas Atkins Street and Julia Ann Beard; b. Dec. 6, 
1866; m. Mary L. Lusk, Guntersville, Feb. 17, 1892. 

Talley, Dyer Findley, A. B., A. M., '92, physician, Birmingham. 

1884, Jonesboro; s. N. D. Talley, Birmingham, and Mary Hawkins; b. Dec. s, 
1865; M. D., Tulane, 1892; Pres., Jefferson Co. Med. Society, 1897; Prof., Birming- 
ham Med. Col.; travelled in Europe, 1899; Mem., Amer. Med. Asso. and Sou. S. and 
G. Society. 

Teague, Robert Sterling, A. B., A. M., '92, LL. B., '96, lawyer, 
Montgomery. 

1884, Montgomery; s. William Martin Teague and Eugenia Isabella Jackson; 

b. Jan. 22, 1868; Capt., A. N. G., 2nd Reg., 1894-96, and Maj., 1896 ; Capt.^ 

U. S. Vol., 5th Reg. (Immunes), 1898-99; Lawyer and Mem. of Firm Teague & Sons. 

*Wolfe, Henry Joel, B. E., engineer, New Orleans, La. 

1884, New Orleans, La.; d. i8g — . 

Wright, John Carter, B. E., C. E., '90, manufacturer, Roanoke. 

1884, Tuskegee; s. William H. Wright and M. Lucy Carter; b. Sept. i6, 1869; 
Owner Oil Mill and Guano Factory; m. Alma Worrill, Tnomson, Ga., Feb. 23, 1898. 

Wright, Walter William, B. E., cotton weigher, Greenville. 

1883, Greenville; s. James N. Wright and Melissa Davis; m. (1) Alice De- 
sbazo, Tuscaloosa, May 6. 1891, (2) Mollie C. Wright, Greenville, Oct. 11, 1896. 



312 Record of Students [1887 

Wyman, William Stokes, Jr., A. B., book-keeper, University. 

1883, Tuscaloosa; s. William Stokes Wyman and Melissa Dearing; b. Oct. 28, 
1867; Director, Merchants' Nat. Bank, Tuscaloosa; Employ U. S. Government Im- 
provement Works, Warrior River. 

1887. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 
Avary, Thomas Harper, (Fr.), clerk, Chicago, 111. 

1886, Gold Hill, Lee Co.; s. Philip Avary, Gold Hill, and Annie Cole; b. July 5, 
1868; Clerk, American Nat. Bank, Chicago, 111.; m. Belle Cuppler, Chicago. 

Baldridg-e, Felix Edgar, (Jun.), physician, Huntsville. 

1884; 1886, Huntsville; s. Dr. Milton Columbus Baldridge, Huntsville; Health 
Officer, Madison Co. 

Barringer, Mardis Gilbert, (Jun.), teacher, Coker. 

1886, North Port; s. L. A. Barringer, Coker, and Bethana Weaver; b. Oct. 6, 
1865; B. S., luka. Miss., 1899; Prin., Big Creek School. 

*Box, Albert Eugene, (Soph.), Ashville. 

1886, Ashville; s. Judge Leroy Franklin Box and Sarah Isabella Vandegrift; b. 
May 30, 1869; d. Sept. 24, 1887. 

*Bragg, Walter Lockett, (Soph.), lawyer, Montgomery. 

1885, Montgomery; s. Walter Lavi^rence Bragg, Montgomery, and Susan Wat- 
kins Lockett; LL. B., Washington and Lee, 1890; d. April 22, 1894. 

Bray, Courtenay Bullock, (Fr.), clerk, Atlanta, Ga. 

1886, Eufaula; s. William H. Bray, Eufaula, and Mary Simms; b. Nov. 26, 1870. 

Brown, Arthur Lewis, (Soph.), LL. B., '89, lawyer, Birmingham. 

1886; 1888, Falkville, Morgan Co.; s. John J. Brown, Falkville, and E. A. 
Wiggins; b. Aug. 29, 1864; m. Annie Dove Whitman, Lowndesboro, Oct. 15, 1891. 

*Caldwell, Constantine Perkins, (Soph.), book-keeper, Birming- 
ham. 

188s, Shelby Iron Works; s. D. W. Caldwell, Columbiana, and Elizabeth J. 
Brasher; b. 1868; d. at Birmingham, April 12, 1896. 

*Clemmons, Wiley Edgar, (Soph.), merchant, West Point, Ga. 

1885, Fredonia; d. 188 — . 

Dawson, Lawrence Percy, (Soph.), Selma. 

1885, Selma; s. Hon. N. H. R. Dawson and Elodie Breck Todd; b. Jan. 9, 
1869; Chief of Police, Selma, 1896-99. 

Dickson, Thomas Aubrey, (Fr.), physician. Mobile. 

1886, Pine Level; s. David Madison Dickson, Pine Level, and Mary Ann Goss; 
b. Aug. 15, 1870; M. D., Tulane. 

^'^Dunklin, Patton Boiling, (Jun.), merchant, Greenville. 

1884, Greenville; s. D. G. Dunklin, Greenville, and Hannah Patton; b. 1868; 
d. Nov. I, 1900. 



1887] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 313 

Fry, Charles Philip, (Soph.), insurance, New York. 

1885, Mobile; s. Thomas Slaughter Fry and Mary Jane Shorter; b. Nov. 2, 
1868; Cashier, Brooklyn Rapid Transit Co., 1887-96; Sec. and Treas. of Curey Print- 
ing Co., N. Y. ; Gen. Insur. at 132 Nassau street. 

Gay, Edwin Wright, (Soph.), merchant, Montgomery. 

1885, Montgomery; s. J. B. Gay, Montgomery, and Frances J. Wright; b. 
— — 17, 1869; Planter, 1887-94; m. Lulu Hufham, Verbena, May 14, 1890. 



Harris, Franklin Milton, (Soph.), Mobile. 

1885, Mobile; s. Calvin Alexander Harris, Mobile, and Catherine Hardy; Deputy 
Tax Assessor, Mobile. 

Harris, John Thomas, Jr., (Soph.), merchant and planter, Oak 
Bowery. 

1885, Opelika; s. John T. Harris and Elizabeth Nimmons McTyeire. 

Hasson, James Madison, (Soph.), cotton buyer, Tuscaloosa. 

1884-85; 1886, Temple, Pickens Co.; s. Madison Hasson, Miss., and Sarah Ter- 
rell; b. Dec. 9, 1862; m. Ida Latham Maxwell, Northport, April 17, 1889. 

*Heard, Stephen Henry, (Soph.), Georgiana. 

1886, Georgiana; s. George Philip Heard, Auburn, and Ailie Ann Tillman; 
b. Dec. 10, 1869; d. May 3, 1887. 

Hight, Francis Bartow, (Fr.), reporter. New Orleans, La. 

1886, Anniston; s. Francis Middleton Hight and Anna Ford; b. Aug. 27, 1869. 

Hodges, John Demoville, (Soph.), planter, Meltonville. 

1885, Meltonville, Marshall Co.; s. James W. Hodges, Meltonville, and Par- 
thenia Bledsoe; m. Ida Kirby, Marshall Co., March 17, 1897. 

Hubbard, Samuel Dana, Jr., (Jun.), physician, New York. 

1885, Montgomery; s. Samuel Dana Hubbard, 2nd, and Mary C. Taylor; b. 
March 18, 1869; M. D., 1891, Bellevue Med. Col.; Med. Inspector, N.' Y. Health Dept., 

1895-97; Asst. Instructor and Diognostician, N. Y. Hosp. Dept., 1897 ; m. Armilla 

Monell, N. Y., Oct. 23, 1895. 

Hutton, Walter Seymour, (Jun.), North Birmingham. 

1886, Birmingham; s. James S. Hutton, Birmingham, and Helen Johnston; b. 
Nov. 19, 1869; Asst. Siipt., S. J. & T. Co., 1891-96; Supt. of Blast Furnaces, L. S. S. 
& J. Co., 1896 . 

Johnson, Charles William Vincent, (Soph.) 

1885, Mobile 

Jones, Thomas Warburton, (Jun.), physician, Camden. 

1884, Camden; s. Dr. John Paul Jones and Camilla Boykin; b. Sept. 3, 1868; 
M. D., Col. of P. & S., N. Y.; m. Fannie Tipton, Selma, June 28, 1894. 

Kimbrough, Clinton Clay, (Law), lawyer, St. Stephens. 

1886, Hampden. 



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*Long-, Nimrod Walton, (Soph.), Hurtsboro. 

1886, Hurtsboro; s. N. W. E. Long and Martha J. Gambk; b. Jan. ii, 1869; 
d. May 10, 1887. 

*Mathews, Robert Linn, (Soph.), Birmingham. 

1885, Birmingham; s. William T. Mathews, Louisville, Ky., and Annie Linn; 
drowned in Warrior River, May 3, 1887. 

McCormick, William Love, (Jun.), grocer, Eufaula. 

1884, Eufaula; s. George C. McCormick and Catharine Love Allan; m. Hen- 
rietta Fontane Copeland, Eufaula, April 21, 1897. 

McDavid, Edmund Richardson, (Fr.), insurance, Birmingham. 

1886, Huntsville; s. John J. McDavid, Birmingham, and Mary Jane Patton; 
b. Feb. 2, 1870; Manager of McDavid Printing Co.; Sec. of Birmingham Under- 
writers' Association; Insurance Commissioner, 1900-- — — ; Book-keeper; m. Mittie Rose 
Owen, Birmingham, May, 1891. 



McMillan, Samuel Walter, (Fr.), 

1886, Brewton. 

Melton, Frank Hillary, (Soph.), hotel manager, Pine Apple. 

1885, Pine Apple; s. William Joseph Melton and Claree Allen Seals; m. Bessie 
Mae Kyser, Belleville, Dec. 21, 1887. 

Molton, Robert Marshall, (Fr.) . 

1886, Montgomery; s. T. H. Molton; b. Jan. 20, 1866. 

Murphy, Samuel Davidson, (Fr.), LL. B., '97, lawyer, Birming- 
ham. 

1886, Entaw; s. Dr. A. S. Murphy and Virginia C. Davidson; b. April 21, 
1870; m. Lizzie Todd, Indianapolis, Ind., 1896. 

Otts, Lelius McCrary, (Soph.), LL. B., '89, banker, Greensboro. 

1885, 1888, Talladega; s. Rev. J. M. P. Otts, D. D., Greensboro, and Lelia Jane 
McCrary; b. June 6, 1869; Lawyer, 1887-99; ni- Eudora McQueen McEachin, Tusca- 
loosa, June 2, 1891. 

Parker, William Clayton, (Jun.), R. R. clerk, Houston, Tex. 

1884, University; s. Prof. W. A, Parker and Martha English Foster; b. Sept. 



*Payne, Frank Thomas, Jr., (Jun.), officer, U. S. Army. 

1885, Singleton; s. Frank T. Payne, Singleton, and Sarah Duncan; Capt. in 
La. Reg. Vol., U. S. A., Spanish War; Lieut., U. S. A., Phil. War; m. Hattie Arnold, 
New Orleans, 1889; killed in Philippines, Feb., 1900. 

Pierson, Walter Preston, (Soph.), Denver, Col. 

1886, Cuba Station, Sumter Co.; s. William Pierson and Annie Amelia Mor- 
risette; b. Feb. 14, 1865; Certif. of Grad. in Math., 1895; Teacher, 1887-99; County 
Surveyor, Sumter Co., 1897-98; Book-keeper, Navy Dept., 1900; Draughtsman in 
Engin., War Dept., in charge of the Dept. of Colorado. 



1887] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 315 

Prince, Hugh, (Soph.), merchant, Tuscaloosa. 

1885, Sylvan; s. Andrew Fuller Prince and Sophia Williford; b. Aug. ii, 1869; 
m. Bettie Hays Hester, Tuscaloosa, Jan. 20, 1892. 

Pugh, Henry Lingard, (Jun.), lawyer, Washington, D. C. 

1884, Eufaula; s. Senator James L. Pugh and Serena S. Hunter; LL. B., 
Georgetown Univ., Asst. Cashier, Washington Gas Light Co. 

Purifoy, James Leroy, (Jun.), banker, Goodwater. 

1884, Camden; s. Hon. John Purifoy, Montgomery, and Elizabeth Ronton; b. 
Sept. 23, 1868; Cashier, Farmers' and Merchants' Bank; Accountant, Planter and 
Stock Raiser; m. Kate Peters Davis, Selma, Feb. 9, 1892. 



Rennyson, Archibald Mitchell, (Fr.) 

1886, New Orleans, La.; s. Henry Rennyson; b. July 27, 1870. 

Richards, Norwood Allen, (Soph.), journalist, Mobile. 

1885, Birmingham; s. Col. J. V. Richards and T. C. Rowe; Business Manager, 
Mobile Item; m. Minnie P. Cothran, Mobile, March 4, 1897. 

Roach, Robert Percy, (Jun.), lawyer. Mobile. 

1885, Butler; s. John D. Roach, Mansfield, La., and Rozena Winston; b. Oct. 
19, 1867; m. Ruth S. Dicks, Butler. 

Schowalter, Volnee McReynolds, (Sen.), physician, Point Clear. 

1885, Point Clear; s. Dr. E. R. Schowalter, Point Clear, and Alice McReynolds; 
b. Dec. 14, 1868; M. D., Mobile; Surgeon, U. S. A., Spanish War, 1898; m. Olive 
Elizabeth Righton, New Orleans, La. 

*Schwed, Maximilian, (Fr.), merchant, New York. 

1886, Montgomery; s. Jacob Schwed; b. Oct. 29, 1869; d. 189 — . 

Skinner, William Frank, (Soph.), planter, Macon, Miss. 

1886, Sherman, Sumter Co.; s. William L. Skinner, Macon, Miss., and Augusta 
L. Sanders; b. Aug. 19, 1868; m. Maggie Lee Deale, June 6, 1889. 

Smith, Emmett Lee, (Sen.), manufacturer, Birmingham. 

1883, Birmingham; s. F. E. Smith, Birmingham and Martha Riggs; b. Aug. 
23, 1867; Asst. Sec, Continental Gin Co.; Sec. and Treas., Smith Sons' G. & M Co.; 
m. Hazel McCune, Trussville, Oct. 29, 1890. 

Smith, Ezekiel McLemore, (Fr.), shipbuilder, Brierfield. 

1886, Brierfield; s. James Newton Smith, Brierfield, and Fannie Green; b. 
Feb. 17, 1870; also engaged in planting; m. Hattie Timberlake, Newport News, Va, 

Snow, John Louis, (Fr.), physician, Autaugaville. 

1886, Braggs, Lowndes Co.; s. Elizabeth H. Snow, Braggs, and Orinda Moorer; 
b. March 9, 1864; M. D., Mobile, 1891; m. (1) Kate Summers Cum, Farmersville, 
July 8, 1891, (i) Sallie Floyd Lee, Montgomery, June 26, 1900. 

Taylor, John McCartney, 

1886, Huntsville. 



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Tompkins, Charles Walsh, (Soph.), lawyer, Mobile. 

1885, Mobile; s. John R. Tompkins and Fannie Williams; b. Feb. 13, 1870; 
m. Bell Bland, of Nashville, Tenn., at Mobile. 

Wadsworth, William Malcolm, (Soph.), lumber business, Mont- 
gomery. 

1885, Wadsworth. 

Ward, Robert Toomer, (Fr.), pharmacist, Dadeville. 

1886, Daviston; s. L. C. Ward, Daviston, and G. H. Humphrey; b. April 18, 
1867; m. Sallie A. Wilkinson, Feb. 21, 1892. 



Wheless, Wallace, (Fr.) 

1886, Birmingham; s. W. T. Wheless; b. Sept. 5, 1870. 

Williams, Henry Petty, (Sen.), planter, Dunbar, Miss. 

1883, Lineburg; s. Dr. Henry L. Williams and Virginia Pigeon Petty; b. Jan. 
12, 1867; Trav. Salesman, 1896; Trav. Special Agent, N. Y. Life Ins. Co., 1897-98; 
m. Eva Blanche Bennett, Pickens Co., Aug. 17, 1898. 

Wilson, Richard Clarke, (Jun.), mechanical engineer, New Or- 
leans, La. 

1885, Mobile; s. H. F. Wilson and Mary Virginia Clarke; b. June 2, 1869; 
Ensign and Asst. Engineer, U. S. Navy, Spanish War, 1898; Chief Engineer, U. S. 
S. S., "Passaic;" Mechanical Engineer; m. Alice Clara Taylor, Mobile, June 12, 1895. 

1888. Graduates with Titled Degrees 
Abercrombie, John William, LL. B., educator, Anniston. 

1887, Kelly's Creek, St. Clair Co.; s. Henry M. Abercrombie, and Sarah Anne 
Kendrick; b. May 17, 1866; A. B. Oxford Col.; Pres., Ashland Col., 1886-87, Cle- 
burne Inst., i88S-8g, Bowdon, Ga., Col., 1890-91; Supt. Anniston City Schools, 
1891-97; Pres., So. F. Sem., Anniston, 1897-98; State Senator, 1896-99; State Supt. of 
Education, 1898 — ; ni. Rosa Merrill, Edwardsville, Jan. 8, 1891. 

Anderson, Edward Buist, B. M. E., A. M., '89, Huntsville. 

1885, Huntsville; s. James Dorroh Anderson and Sarah Scarbrough Dudley; b. 
Feb. I, 1868; Instructor in Math, and Post Adj., U. of Ala., 1888-89; Teacher, Math., 
Marion Mil., Inst., 1891-93; Employed in U. S. Court of Appeals, New Orleans, La.; 
m. May Murfee, Marion, July 24, 1901. 

Blackburn, Felix Edward, A. B., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1885; 1889, Birmingham; s. T. E. Blackburn; b. Aug. 24, 1868; m. Kate 
Eubank, April 21, 1897. 

Blakey, William Mabson, A. B., lawyer, Montgomery. 

1884, Montgomery; s. David T. Blakey, Montgomery, and Mary S. Mabson; 
b. Dec. 17, 1869. 

Burger, Leopold, B. C. E., clerk, Washington, D. C. 

1885, Tuscaloosa. 



i888J Graduates with Titled Degrees 317 

*Burney, William Westbrook, LL. B., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1887, Birmingham; s. W. T. Burney; b. March i, 1870; U. S. Commissioner, 
1894-96; U. S. Dist. Atty., Dist. Ala., 1888-92; m. Daisey Billheimer, Birmingham, 
April 8, 1895; d. March 2, 1896. 

Carmichael, Charles Daniel, A. B., lawyer, Geneva. 

1886, Ozark, Dale Co.; s. Judge J. M. Carmichael and Amanda Smith; b. Nov. 
8, 1866; Mayor of Geneva, 1901 ; m. Fannie Lillie Bowen, Ozark, Dec. 24, 1889. 

Cason, Eugene Presley, A. B., physician, Talladega. 

1885, Ashville, St. Clair Co.; M. D., 1890, Mobile: County Health Officer, St. 
Clair Co., 2 years; m. Sarah Cessna Coleman, Aberdeen, Miss., Jan. i6, 1896. 

*Clay, James Burns, A. B., hardware merchant, Selma. 

1885, Selma; s. Jefferson Madison Clay and Mary Lavina Burns; Capt., Adj. 
and Maj., 3rd Reg., Ala. N. G.; m. Margaret Edna Fowlkes, Selma, Nov. 25, 1895; 
d. July 6, 1899. 

Compton, William Norris, A. B., Washington, D. C. 

1885, Selma; s. Hon. J. S. Compton, Selma, and Ada Norris; b. March 16, 
1868; Insurance Agent; Census Dept., Washington, D. C, 1 900-1 901; Manager, 
Credit Dept. of Geo. T. Keen, Clothing Manufacturer. 

Costello, George William, B. C. E., real estate. Mobile. 

1885, Point Clear; s. Christopher Costello, Mobile, and Ellen Lynch; b. June 
19, 1867; Real Estate, Insurance and Broker; m. Alice McDonald, Daphne, Oct. 
17, 1900. 

Crow, Edward Calvin, LL. B., (See 1886). 

Davidson, Louis Overton, A. B., merchant, Uniontown. 

1884, Uniontown; s. Alexander Caldwell Davidson and Maria Overton Price; 
b. Feb. 12, 1869. 

Dedman, James Edwin, A. B., physician, Birmingham. 

1885, Shelby Springs; s. J. M. Dedman and Mary A. Scharff; b. Jan. lo, 1870; 
M. D., Univ. Tenn. and Col. P. and S., N. Y.; Lecturer, Med. Dept., Univ. of Tenn., 
1891 and 1892. 

Garner, Thomas Henry, A. B., LL. B., '90, editor, Tuscaloosa. 

1884; 1889, Tuscaloosa; s. J. T. Garner, Tuscaloosa, and M. Sue Johnson; 
b. Dec. 4, 1869; Editor, Tuscaloosa Gazette . 

Herzberg, Louis Leonidas, B. C. E., Gadsden. 

1884, Gadsden; s. Herman Herzberg and Mary I. Liddell; b. Aug. 5, 1868: 
Lieut. -Col., 3rd Ala. Reg., 1895-98; Mayor. Gadsden, 1899-1901; m. Emma Friedman, 
Tuscaloosa, Oct. 27, 1896. 

Hixson, James Courtney, A. B., LL. B., '90, officer, U. S. Army. 

1885, 1889, Union Springs; s. Rev. J. O. Hixson, Union Springs, and Mattie 
Thurnian Brown; b. Dec. 25, 1863; Commandant, U. of Ala., 1888-91; Lawyer 
at Union Springs, 1891-93; U. S. Consul, Foochow, China, 1893-97; Capt., Co. H., 5th 
Immunes, U. S. Vol., Spanish War, 1898-99; Lieut., 32nd Reg. U. S. Vol. Inf., 
Philippine War, 1899-igoi: appointed Lieut.. U. S. Army, 1901. 



3i8 Recx)rd of Students [1888 

Holloway, William Eugene, A. B., LL. B., '92, lawyer, Mont- 
gomery. 

1885, Geneva; s. John David Holloway and Georgia Hastletine Brundidge; b. 
April 25, 1868; Pres., State S. S. Con., 1898-1900; Pres., Farmers' and Merchants' 
Bank, Goodwater, the People's Savings Bank, Chilton Co., The Bank of Luverne, 
The First Nat. Gank of Geneva; m. Coma Kelly, Columbus, Ga., Oct. 7, 1896. 

Hooper, Lloyd McKee, A. B., merchant, Selma. 

1885, Selma; s. Charles Ward Hooper, Selma, and Caroline Louise McKee; 
b. April 13, 1869; Capt., "Hardee Light Inf.", 1892-94 (A. N. G.) ; Wholesale Grocer 
and Cotton Commission Merchant; m. Anne Steele Coleman, Selma, Oct. 19, 1893. 

Johnston, Andrew Barnes, B. C. E., lumber business, Birmingham. 

1886, Birmingham; s. Andrew Bell Johnston and Martha Ellen Barnes; b. 
Nov. 28, 1870. 

Knight, Thomas Edward, LL. B., lawyer, Greensboro. 

1887, Greensboro; s. W. N. Knight, Greensboro, and Eva Hapi>el; b. Jan. 7, 
1888; A. B., Southern Univ., Greensboro; Solicitor, Hale Co., 1889-90; Rep., Gen. 
Assem., Ala., 1892-96; m. Rebecca Williams, Greensboro, June 7, 1895. 

Lee, Lawrence Haywood, LL. B., (See 1887). 

Little, Charles Town, B. M. E., merchant, Ackerville. 

1884, Monterey; s. John G. Little, Greenville, and Sophronia E. Howell; b. 
Aug. 29, 1868; m. Genie McDowell, Macon Co. 

Mayfield, James Jefferson, LL. B., (See 1885). 

Mayfield, Surry Foster, A. B., A. M., '93, physician, Northport. 

1886, Northport; s. J. J. Mayfield, Moore's Bridge, and Amanda South; b. 
Nov. 9, 1867; M. D., Tulane; m. Susie Hagler, Tyner, April 6, 1898. 

*McIntyre, Erastus Stonam, LL. B., lawyer, Jasper. 

1887, Evergreen; b. Oct. 7, 1862; County Solicitor, Walker Co., 189J-95; 
d. 1895. \ 

*McLeod, Daniel Douglass, LL. B., lawyer, Anniston. 

1887, Eufaula; A. B., A. P. Inst., 1887; Major, ist Ala. Reg., U. S. Vol., 
Spanish War; d. Feb. 20, 1899. 

Miles, George Bedell, B. C. E., civil engineer, Union Springs. 

1884, Union Springs; s. Capt. A. Miles, Union Springs, and Placidia Moragptie; 
b. July 16, 1866; m. Willie Emmie Mason, Atlanta, Sept. 12, 1900. 

Miller, Benjamin Meek, LL. B., lawyer, Camden. 

1887, Camden; s. Rev. John Miller, D. D., and Sarah Pressly; b. March 13, 

1864; A. B., 1884, Erskine Col.; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1888-90; Prin., Lower 

Peach ^ree High School, 1884-87; m. Margaret Otis Duggan, Birmingham, Sept. 21, 
1892. 

Mitchell, James Augustus, A. B., LL. B., '94, lawyer, Livingston. 

1884, 1893, Gainesville; s. Daniel Mitchell and Martha A. Winston; b. March 
28, 1862; m. Alice Maude Tartt, Livingston, April 30, 1895. 



i888] Graduates with Titled Degrees 319 

Mitchell, John Emanuel, LL. B., (See 1887). 

Mitchell, Thomas Emanuel, B. C. E., manufacturer, Charleston, 
S. C. 

188s, Mobile; s. Benjamin E. Mitchell, Eufaula, and Virginia Emanuel; Supt., 
Vesta Cotton Mills; m. Amelia Beatrice Marinel, Lowell, Mass., May i, 1899. 

*Moore, James LaFayette, B. M. E., planter and teacher, Bullard, 
Tex. 

1883; 1887, McConnells, Tuscaloosa Co.; s. John Moore, McConnells, and Eliz- 
abeth Pool; m. Mellie Crook, Tyler, Tex.; d. Aug. 8, 1900. 

Murphree, Walter Theodore, LL. B., lawyer, Gadsden. 

1887, Walnut Grove, Etowah Co.; s. J. E. Murphree, Walnut Grove, and Mary 
Helen Cornelius; b. Sept. 5, 1862; m. Belle Elgin, Gadsden. 

Murphy, Thomas Elmore, A. B., physician, Bethany. 

1885, Pleasant Ridge; s. Dr. S. S. Murphy and E. M. Steele; b. July 28, 1865; 
M. D., 1892, Mobile. 

Patton, Madison Knox, A. B., physician, Foster's. 

1884, Knoxville; s. Thomas Jefferson Patton, Knoxville, and Jane McGiffert; 
b. Feb. 12, 1869; M. D., Tulane, 1891; m. Sallie Smith, Romulus, Nov. 15, 1899. 

Peach, Arthur Monroe, A. B., teacher, Perote. 

1884, Perote; s. John H. Peach, Perote, and Susie R. Edwards; b. March 21, 
1866; m. Lila Andrews, Union Springs, Aug. 23, 1898. 

Reynolds, Eugene DuBose, A. B., merchant, Blocton. 

1886, Monte vallo; s. H. C. Reynolds, Montevallo, and Mary Jane Boyd; b. 
Jan. 27, 1868; m. Sarah Elizabeth Walker, Faunsdale, Nov. 13, 1895. 

Saffold, William Berney, LL. B., (See 1887). 

*Savage, John Payne, A. B., lawyer, Centre. 

1884, Centre; s. Robert Russell Savage and Elizabeth Morrison; m. Lucy E. 
Walden, Centre, July 21, 1889; d. March 5, 1894. 

*Sibert, Martin David, B. M. E., B. C. E., A. M., '89, LL. B., '91, 
lawyer, Gadsden. 

1884, Gadsden; s. William J. Sibert and Marietta Ward; b. Feb. 26, 1867; 
Owner and Editor Gadsden Tribune; d. Oct. 24, 1896. 

Smyer, Rufus Brandon, LL. B., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1887, Birmingham; s. Daniel Franklin Smyer and Melvina M. Broudon: b. 
March 25, 1866; County Solicitor, Cherokee Co., 1889-90; Reg. in Chanc, Cherokee 
Co., 1891-95; Census Supervisor, sth Dist., Ala., 1900; m. Marie Pratt, Centre, Dec. 
30, 1896. 

Sollie, Michael, LL. B., lawyer, Ozark. 

1887, Eufaula; s. William John Sollie and Ellender Elizabeth Craddock; b. 
Oct. 12, 1864; Prin., Abbeville High School, 1889; Mem., Constitu. Conv., 1901.; m. 
Sarah Rebecca Hutchins, July 11, 1889. 



320 Record of Students [1888 

Stanley, Robert Hendrix, A. B., A. M., '90, physician, Dublin, Ga. 

1884, Greenville; s. James Berney Stanley and Lula C. Reid; b. Sept. 21, 1868; 
M. D., 1894, Mobile; Asso. Editor, Greenville Advocate, 1888-92; House Surgeon, 
Lamar Hospital, 1895-96; m. Elizabeth Day Hollingsworth, Augusta, Ga., June 21, 1896. 

Steiner, Bernard, A. B., agent, Montgomery. 

1884, Greenville; s. Joseph Steiner, Greenville, and Margaret Matilda Camp; 
b. Jan. 20, 1868; Freight Agent, M. & O. R.R. ; m. Sallie Flowers, Boiling, March 
6, 1892. 

Stevens, Thomas McCorvey, A. B., LL. B. '90, lawyer, Mobile. 

1884; 1889, Monroeville; s. T. J. Stevens, Brewton, and L. A. McCorvey; b. 
July 31, i865; County Solicitor, Escambia Co.; Circuit Solicitor, 2nd Jud. Circuit, 
1892-96; moved to Mobile, 1896; Trustee, U. of Ala., 1901 . 

Street, Oliver Day, LL. B., (See 1887). 

Tunstall, Wiley Croom, Jr., A. B., LL. B., '90, lawyer, Anniston. 

1884, Greensboro; s. Wiley C. Tunstall and Augusta E. Hobson; b. Aug. 17, 
1868; Solicitor, City Court, Anniston, 1897 . 

^Wallace, William Milliard, LL. B., lawyer, Moulton. 

1887, Moulton; s. John M. Wallace and Mary Jane Elliott; b. Jan. 23, 1866; 
d. May 27, 1893. 

^Wilson, Waldo Pierce, LL. B., New York. 

1887, Montgomery; b. June 20, 1856; d. 189 — . 

Wood, John Richard, LL. B., lawyer, Tuskegee. 

1887, Tuskegee; s. Richard H. Wood, Tuskegee, and Martha B. Cobb; b. Sept. 

18, i860; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1894-98; Mayor of Tuskegee, 1899 ; m. Mary 

Parthenia Crommelin, Montgomery, Dec. 18, 1895. 

1888. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

Anderson, Albert Massie, (Fr.), clerk, Montgomery. 

1887, Montgomery; s. S. J. Anderson; b. Sept. 19, 1873. 

Arrington, Thomas Mann, Jr.. (Soph.), lawyer, Montgomery. 

1887; 1890, Montgomery; s. Thomas Mann Arrington and Mary Robins Gold- 
thwaite; b. July 4, 1870. 

Averiett, William Wallis, (Jun.), merchant, Fayetteville. 

1885, Fayetteville; s. William Andrew Averiett and Mary Alabama Wallis; b. 
May 31, 1868; Planter and Saw Miller; m. Ida L. Hamilton, Fayetteville, Dec. i, 1896. 

Billups, Joseph Pierce, (Soph.), agent, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

1886, Columbus, Miss.; s. Maj. John M. Billups, Columbus, Miss., and Sallie 
Gavan; b. June 27, 1870; Trav. Pass. Agent, Southern R'way and A. G. S. R. R. 

Booker, Parham Nicholas, (Fr.), book-keeper, Montgomery. 

1887, Uniontown; s. Edmund Webster Booker and Martha Frances Knight; 
b. Dec. 13, 1871. 



]888] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 321 

Booth, Stephen Sorsby, (Jun.), agent, Knoxville, Tenn. 

1885, Anniston; s. David W. Booth, Vicksburg, Miss., and Belle Woodruff; 
b. Nov. 7, 1868; Trav. Agent, Southern States, for Geo. Penn Sons Tobacco Co. 



Byars, Joel Acker, (Law) 

1887, Corona, Miss. 

Carnes, Charles Quintard, (Soph.), trav. salesman, Memphis, 
Tenn. 

1886, Macon, Ga.; s. W. W. Carnes, Memphis, Tenn., and Kate W. Payne; b. 
Jan. 2, 1868; m. Annie Bell Tennille, Nov. 24, 1891, Macon, Ga. 

^Christian, Harrison David, (Soph.), Meridian, Miss. 

1886, Meridian, Miss.; s. Charles D. Christian, Meridian, Miss., and Hallie Har- 
rison; b. Aug. 14, 1870; Dep. Clerk, Circuit Court, Lauderdale Co., Miss.; m. Grace 
C. Huddleston; d. May 21, 1895. 

Coleman, Bestor Pollard, (Soph.), lumber exporter, Bruns- 
wick, Ga. 

1887, Eutaw; s. Charles Coleman and Laura Pollard; b. Oct. 2, 1871. 

Collins, Robert Wood, Jr., (Fr.), merchant, Gallion. 

1887, Gallion; s. James Todd Collins, Sr., and Kate Davis; b. Sept. 29, 1871; 
Propri., Demopolis Inn, 1896-97; m. Susie Belle Robinson, Meridian, Miss., Dec. 9, 
1894- 

*Comell, Sidney Walker, (Soph.), Tuscaloosa. 

1886, Tuscaloosa; s. Hamilton Cornell, Clarksville, Tenn., and Tamesia Walker; 
k. Dec. 22, 1869; d. at Albany, N. Y., July 26, 1888. 

Javidson, Francis Edward, (Fr.), civil engineer, Birmingham. 

1886, McDowell's; s. Francis E. Davidson, Birmingham, and Isadore A. Com- 
stock; b. May 24, 1870; 2nd Lieut., Co. G, ist Ala. Vol., Spanish War, 1898. 

Dewberry, William Crittendon, ( Soph. ) , teacher, 

1887, Garland; s. W. C. Dewberry; b. Aug. i, 1866. 

Duggar, Reuben Henry, Jr., (Fr.), planter, Faunsdale. 

1887, Gallion; s. Dr. R. H. Duggar, Gallion, and Margaret Louisa Minge; b. 
Ang. II, 1870. 

Foster, Ephraim Hubbard, Jr., (Fr.), lawyer, Huntsville. 

1887; 1892, Hillsboro; s. Ephraim Hubbard Foster and Susan A. Watkins; 
b. July 4, 1870; m. Susie Huff, Guntersville, April 8, 1901. 

Frye, John H., (Soph.), treasurer, Anniston. 

1887, Monroeville; s. John Hancock Frye, Monroeville, and Mary Amanda 
Parker; b. Dec. 23, 1871; Treas., Anniston Water Co. 

Greil, Nahum Jacob, (Soph.), wholesale merchant, Montgomery. 

1886, Montgomery; s. Jacob Greil and Mena Lobman; b. Aug. 7, 1869; V. Pres.. 
Greil Bros. Co.; m. Anna Roman, Dec. 15, 1898. 



32 2 Record of Students [1888 

Guice, Isaac Feagin, (Soph.), cotton business, Eufaula. 

1886, Eufaula; s. Thomas Jefferson Guice and Lidia Massey; b. Oct. 27, 1870. 

Hatch, Richard, Jr., (Fr.), merchant and planter, Buckner, La. 

Charlieville, La.; s. Frank Hatch, Buckner, La., and Carrie Mcintosh; b. Feb. 
2T, 1870; m. Mary Wnoon, Alto, La., Feb. 25, 1897. 

Henderson, Hugh, (Law) 

1887, Blakely, Ga. 

Higley, William Marshall, (Fr.), clerk. Mobile. 

1887, Mobile; s. John Hunt Higley, Mobile, and Lily Marshall; b. Sept. 17, 
1870; Clerk, M. & O. R.R.; m. Lillian Taliaferro, Mobile, April 14, 1893- 

Hobdy, Robert Long, (Soph.), planter, Union Springs. 

1887, Union Springs; s. Robert Long Hobdy and Mary Buford; b. Jan. 3, 1870; 
m. Mary Pierce Robinson, White Plains, Ga., Nov. 30, 1898. 

Hallonquist, William Lucas, (Spec), civil engineer, Unita, Ind. 
Ter. 

1887, Montgomery; ,s. L. B. Hallonquist, Montgomery, and Caraliza C. Lucas; 
b. Nov. 7, 1868; City Engineer, Galveston, Tex., 1892-93. 

Hollowell, James Meredith, (Soph.), Charleston, S. C. 

1886, Shelby Iron Works, Shelby Co.; s. James F. Hollowell; b. Jan. 9, 1870. 

Isbell, William Gilliland, (Fr.), Memphis, Tenn. 

1887, Browsboro, Madison Co.; b. Sept. i, 1870. 

Jeter, Richard Cullen, (Jun.), LL. B., '90, minister, Auburn. 

1886, 1889, Opelika; s. R. C. Jeter; b. Feb. 2, 1867; Rector, Episcopal Church. 

Jinks, Charles Lynn, (Fr.), LL. B., '91, lawyer. Union Springs. 

1887, Union Springs; s. L. W. Jinks, Union Springs, and Mattie Eugenia 
Sanford; b. Sept. i8, 1869; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala. Leg., 1894-95; m. Corinne C. 
Simmons, March 16, 1894, Birmingham. 

Kirksey, Robert Elisha, (Fr.), planter, Eutaw. 

1887, Eutaw; s. Foster M. Kirksey, Eutaw, and Margaretta Liston; b. Feb. 28, 
1871; A. B., S. West. Pres. Univ., 1893. 

Long, Willis Julian, (Fr.), Anniston. 

1887, Eufaula; s. G. T. Long, Birmingham, and Lilla Bird; b. Aug. 27, 1871. 

Loveman, Louis Napoleon, (Jun.), merchant, Gadsden. 

1886, Dalton, Ga. ; b. Dec. 23, 1870; m. Mattie Lewis, Gadsden, March i, 1899. 

*Macartney, Arthur, (Soph.), merchant, Mobile. 

1886, Mobile; s. Thomas N. Macartney and Josephine Emanuel; b. Jan. 22, 
1871; d. March 20, 1898. 

P.Taxwell, William Nathaniel, (Sen.), merchant, Tuscaloosa. 

1884, Tuscaloosa; s. Robert Maxwell and Mary Henderson; b. Nov. 2, 1868. 



i888] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 323 

♦McConnell, Scheie deVere, (Soph), Center. 

1887, Spring Garden, Cherokee Co.; s. John L. McConnell and Ellie Spooks; 
d. Dec. 7, 1899. 

McDade, Benjamin McCou, (Fr.) 

1887, Montgomery; s. Dr. G. W. McDade; b. Dec. 31, 1870. 

McDade, George Wilkins, Jr., (Fr.), Montgomery. 

1887, Montgomery; s. Dr. G. W. McDade; b. Dec. 8, 1868. 

McMillan, Daniel Walter, (Soph.), physician, Pensacola, Fla. 

1887, Brewton; s. A. M. McMillan; b. Jan. 13, 1869. 

Mitchell, William Thompson, (Soph), planter, Bodka. 

1887, Gainesville; s. Daniel Mitchell and Martha A. Winston; b. Nov. 2, 1867. 

Monroe, John Dennis, (Sen.), merchant, Woodlawn. 

1885, Bibbville; s. Dr. D. E. Monroe, Bibbville, and Elizabeth Jane Collier; b. 
Aug. 25, 1864; m. Lelia Delle Hopson, Tuscaloosa, Oct. 23, 1895. 

*Moody, Jesse Edwards, (Fr.), U. S. Army. 

1887, Scottsboro; s. Alex. Moody and Paralee Edwards; b. Sept. 23, 1869; 
Soldier in Philippine Islands, 40th U. S. Vol.; killed in battle, June 20, 1900. 

Murphy, Eugene Moreau, (Soph.), physician, Macon, Miss. 

1887, Macon, Miss.; s. Thomas Scott Murphy and Sallie Brooks Ferris; b. 
April 29, 1869; M. D., Univ. Louisville, Ky., 1891 ; County Physician, Noxubee Co., 
1896-1900; m. Annie Lou Hardin, Macon, Miss., Jan. 12, 1893. 

Payne, Travis Alexander, (Fr.), planter and manufacturer, Jack- 
son. 

1887, Singleton; s. Frank T. Payne, Singleton, and Sarah Duncan; b. March 4, 
1869; m. Winona Jessie Woodward, Grove Hill, Sept. 6, 1888. 

Phillips, John David, (Soph.) 

1887, Yantley's Creek. 

Pittman, Alfred Buckner, (Soph.), LL. B., '91, lawyer, Mem- 
phis, Tenn. 

1887; 1890, Tuscaloosa; s. Alfred Buckner Pittman, Vicksburg, Miss., and 
Charlotte Lomax; b. May 20, 1868. 

Purifoy, Francis Marion, (Soph.), LL. B., '99, lawyer, Tusca- 
loosa. 

1887; 1897, Snow Hill; s. John Purifoy, Montgomery, and Elizabeth Sarah Rou- 
ton; b. May 2, 1872; Teacher, Caledonia, 1891, Montgomery, 1892, Simpsonville, Ky., 
1894-95; Clerk, State Auditor (Ala.), 1892-96. 

Reed, Robert Henry, (Fr.), dentist, Birmingham. 

1887, Huffman; s. John T. Reed, Birmingham, and Sarah E. Dupuy; b. Oct 
16, i86s; D. D. S., Vanderbilt, 1892; practiced in Bessemer, 1872-97; Newport, Ark., 
1899-1901; Capt., Co. B, 2nd Ark. Vol., 1898-99, Spanish War. 



324 Record of Students [1888 

Richardson, Beale Howard, Jr., (Fr.), insurance, Birmingham. 

1887, Montgomery; s. Beak Howard Richardson, Columbus Ga., and Mildred 
Elizabeth Holcombe; b. Feb. 27, 1871; m. Florence Howard, Glenville, June 8, 1S93. 

♦Robinson, Joseph Huguley, (Fr.), Lafayette. 

1887, Lafayette; s. J. J. Robinson, Lafayette, and Josephine B. Huguley; b. 
Feb. 17, 1869; d. West Point, Ga., Jvdy 21, 1889. 

Scott, Charles Herrington, (Fr.), real estate, Montgomery. 

1887, Montgomery; s. Thomas Jefferson Scott and Mary A. Taylor; b. Dec. z-j, 
1873; Student, Howard Col.; U. S. Deputy Marshal, 1893-94; Engineer for Perdido 
Land Co. and Vankirk Land Co., 1897; Capt., Co. A. 3rd Ala. Vol., Spanish war, 1898. 

Smith, Beverly Walker, (Soph.), physician, Franklin, La. 

1887, Franklin, La.; s. Beverly Chew Smith, Franklin, La., and Lily Walker; 
b. April 17, 1870; M. D., Tulane U. ; Parish Supt. Public Schools, 1893 — ; m. Daisy 
Belle Williams, Lafourche Par., April 24, 1895. 

Smith, William David, (Jun.), book-keeper, Birmingham. 

1885, Birmingham; s. James R. Smith, Sr., and Margaret Jordan; Book-keeper, 
jst Nat. Bank; m. Daisy Dean Waller, Louisville, Ky., Nov. 8, 1897. 

Sowell, James Lawrence, (Fr.), physician, Brilliant. 

1887, Monroeville; s. W. C. Sowell, Monroeville, and Isabella Roberts; b. March 
19, 1868; M. D., Tulane, 1891; m. Josie Edwards Pleasant, Perdue Hill, Dec. 19, 1895. 

Speake, Paul, (Soph.), lawyer, Huntsville. 

1887, Huntsville; s. H. C. Speake and Carrie Olivia Mayhew; b. June 17, 1871; 
m. Florence Inez Hoy, Jan. 17, 1895. 

Speed, Joseph Augustus, (Fr.), locomotive engineer, Boligee. 

1887, Boligee; s. A. B. Speed; b. Jan. 22, 1873. 

Stone, Lee, (Jun.), wholesale grocer, Birmingham. 

1886, CarroUton; s. Richard Stone, Carrollton, and Elizabeth Nabors; b. Dec. 
^z, 1867. 

Thorington, Joseph Winter, (Fr.), lawyer, Montgomery. 

1887, Montgomery; s. Robert D. Thorington and Sallie Gindrat Winter. 

Todd, James Berwick, (Soph.), sugar planter, Foster's, La. 

1885-86; 1887, Foster's; s. Nathan K. Todd, Foster's, La., and Addie Berwick; 
m. Elizabeth Adele Gates, Franklin, La., Oct. 10, 1894. 

Treadaway, John Albert, (Fr.), clerk, Meridian, Miss. 

1887, Escatawpa; s. J. A. Treadaway; b. Jan. 13, 1867; Chief Clerk, M. & 
O. R.R., Freight Office. 

Upchurch, Harvey Burt, (Fr.), physician, Carrollton. 

1887, Benevola, Pickens Co.; s. John Upchurch, Benevola, and Melissa Han- 
son; b. Nov. 5, 1870; M. D., Mobile, 1892; Post Master, Carrollton, Dec. i, 1899 ; 

m. Eula E. McCafiferty. 



1889] Graduates with Titled Degrees 315 

Vandiver, Charles Walden, (Soph.), druggist, Talladega. 

1886, Talladega; s. John Harrington Vandiver, Ta-adega, and Mary Elizabetk 
McAfee; b. Nov. 8, 1870. 

Vann, Andral, (Sen.), lawyer, Houston, Tex. 

1886, Birmingham; s. De James Byrd Vann, Birmingham, and Neaty Evelina 
Wilson; b. March 31, 1867; m. Linda May Layton, Chicago, 111., Nov. 18, 1891. 

White, Edward Reynolds, (Fr.), lawyer, Centre. 

1887, Spring Garden; s. B. P. White and Acker; b. June i, 1869; 

m. Jo Walden, Centre. 

White, Thomas Vernon, (Soph.), planter and merchant, Epes. 

1887, Epes; s. David Campbell White and Addie Beatrice Browne; b. May 11, 
1868; Commissioner, Sumter Co., 4 years; m. Olive Winston, Sumter Co., April 27, 
1893. 

Whitfield, Sidney Thomas, (Fr.), physician, Uniontown. 

1887, Carthage, Hale Co.; s. N. L. Whitfield, Carthage, and Esther Frierson; 
b. Aug. 8, 1865; A. B., Sou. Univ., Greensboro, M. D., Tulane, 1894; Teacher, New- 
bem, 1890-92; V. Pres., Ella White Cotton Mill, 1900. 

*Wilds, Walter William, (Fr.), cotton buyer, Tuscaloosa. 

1887, Tuscaloosa; s. W. H. Wilds, Tuscaloosa, and Fannie Hamner; b. Oct. 
6, 1871; m. Sallie Tankersly, Livingston, June 29, 1898; d. June 28, 1899. 

Williams, Edward Arthur, (Fr.), merchant, Fort Deposit. 

1887, Greenville; s. Francis Marion Williams and Nannie Grant; b. Feb. 2, 
1868; m. Lula Ninion Williams. 

1889. Graduates with Titled Degrees 
Acker, Joseph Elihu, LL. B., lawyer, Ozark. 

1888, Judsonia; s. Albert S. Acker and Elizabeth O'Rear; b. Jan. 16, 1863; 
City Att'y- Ozark, 4 years; Mayor of Ozark, 1899 . 

Acker, Paul Jerome Moeris, A. B., A. M., '92, physician. Mobile. 

1886, Mobile; s. H. F. Acker; b. Dec. 12, 1870; M. D., 1892, Mobile; County 
Health Officer since 1894; Demonstrator and Lect., Med. Dept., Univ. of Ala., since 
1897. 

Beeson, Jasper Luther, A. B., A. M.. '90, teacher, Milledge- 
ville, Ga. 

1886, Keener, Etowah Co.; s. Capt. William Baker Beeson and Mary Ana 
Sibert; b. Aug. 31, 1867; Asst. in Physics, U. of Ala., 1889-90; Prof, of Chem. in La. 
School, and Research Chemist, La. Expt. Sta., 1895-99; Prof. Chem. and Phys., Ga. 
Nor. and Ind. Col.; m. Loke Selman, Powder Springs, Ga., Sept. 13, 1894. 

Berwick, Oscar Dudley, Jr., A. B., sugar chemist, Franklin, La. 

1885, Foster's, La.; s. O. D. Berwick, Foster's, La., and Adelaide Dungan; b. 
March 23, 1870; Mem. School Board, Franklin, La.; Sugar Chemist; Asst. Manager, 
Hanson Lumber Co. 



326 Record of Students [1889 

Brown, Arthur Lewis, LL. B., lawyer, (See 1887). 

Coleman, Thomas Wilkes, Jr., LL. B., (See 1885). 

Crook, James Flournoy, A. B., LL. B., '90, journalist. New York. 

1886, Jacksonville; s. James Crook, Jacksonville, and Annie E. Ponder; b. 
March lo, 1869; ist Lieut, and Adj., 3rd Ga. Vol. Inf., Spanish War, 1898. 

Cusack, Clarence Eugene, A. B., merchant, Livingston. 

1886, Livingston; s. John E. Cusack, Livingston, and Corinnah Harris; b. 
April 15, 1868; m. Carrie May Watson, Dallas, Tex., Dec. 29, 1899. 

Dent, William Earle, A. B., New York. 

1885, Macon, Miss.; s. William Dent, Macon, Miss., and Mary Cooper With- 
erspoon; b. Nov. 26, 1867; Trav. Salesman, 1889-1900; with N. Y. Telephone Co., 
1900 — . 

Dimmick, Joseph Phillips, A. B., clerk, Montgomery. 

1887, Montgomery; s. Joseph W. Dimmick and Annie Savage; b. Sept. 28, 1872; 
Deputy Clerk, U. S. Court at Montgomery. 

Earle, Samuel Lowndes, A. B., merchant, Birmingham. 

1885, Birmingham; s. Paul Hamilton Earle, Birmingham, and Mary Gaines 
Greene; b. Oct. 23, 1870. 

Forney, Jacob, A. B., A. M., '92, teacher, University. 

1886, Jenifer, Talladega Co.; s. John H. Forney, Jacksonville, and Septima 
Sexta Rutledge; b. Oct. 8, 1868; Prin., Noble Inst, for Boys, Anniston, 1891-92; 
Pres., State Normal, Jacksonville, 1893-99; Instructor Ped. and Psychol., U. of Ala., 
1899 — ; m. Kathleen Burt McLaughlin, Springville, June 7, 1899. 

Foster, James Henry, LL. B., teacher, Tuscaloosa. 

1888, Foster's; s. John C. Foster, Tuscaloosa, and Georgia A. Maharrey; b. 
Oct. 16, 1861; A. B., Howard Col., 1883; Prin., Marengo High School, 1884-88; 
Instructor Math., Marion Mil. Inst., 18S9-90; Supt., Tuscaloosa Graded Schools, 

1893 ; m. (i) Alida S. VandeGraff, Los Angeles, Calif., April 26, 1892; (2) Mary 

A. Cochrane, Tuscaloosa, Dec. 26, 1899. 

Friedman, Samuel, B. C. E., Tuscaloosa. 

1885, Tuscaloosa; s. Bernhard Friedman and Adelle Black; b. Jan. 23, 1871; 
C. E., Columbia Univ., 1892; Capt. on Staff of 2nd Reg., A. N. G., 1897-1900; Gen. 
Man. for Friedman & Loveman; Director, Merchants' Nat. Bank and T. C. & I. Co. 

Fry, Edmund Maury, A. B., salesman, New York. 

1885, Mobile; s. Thomas Slaughter Fry and Mary Jane Shorter; b. May 3, 1870; 
Clerk, Mobile, 1889-97; Trav. Salesman, American Mfg. Co. in N. Y. ; m. Olivia Pear 
Wescott, Wilmington, N. C, April 18, 1900. 

*Gosdin, Henry Schuyler, LL. B., lawyer, Goodwater. 

1888, Goodwater; s. E. P. Gosdin and Susan Carwile; b. Dec. 13, 1868; d. 
July 22, 1892. 

Hamilton, Claude Edward, LL. B., lawyer and planter, Greenville. 

1888, Greenville; s. Dr. William Hamilton, Greenville, and Martha Harrell; 
b. Jan. 10, 1868; City Att'y, Greenville, 1891-92; Mayor, 1900-02; m. Jennie Chi- 
chester Hereford, Baton Rouge, La., May 19, 1897. 



1889] Graduates with Titled Degrees 327 

Jenkins, Samuel Calhoun, A. B., A. M., '91, lawyer, Camden. 

1886, Camden; s. Dr. Lucky Walker Jenkins and Ellen Shaw Nettles; b. Oct. 
28, 1868; Teacher at Monterey, 1887-88, Pine Apple, 1889-90, Monroeville, 1890-91, 
Camden, 1891-93; Supt. of Educa., Wilcox Co., 1892-96; Rep., Gen. Assem., 1896-97; 
State Senator, 1898-1902; Mem., Constitu. Conv., 1901. 

Jones, Edward Carlisle, LL. B., lawyer, Selma. 

1888, Selma; s. Dr. A. W. Jones; b. April 19, 1867; A. B., Howiard Col., 1887. 

*Jones, William Augustine, LL. B., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1888, Tuscaloosa; s. William Augustine Jones and Margaret King; b. Nov. 17, 
1865; A. B., Johns Hopkins Univ., 1888; d. in New York, Feb. 11, 1894. 

Martin, William Mudd, A. B., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1886, Birmingham; s. Alburto Martin and Louisa Mudd; b. Dec. 15, i868; ist 
Lieut., Co. A., ist Ala. Vol. Inf., LT. S. A., Spanish War, 1898. 

*McAdory, Mortimer Jordan, A. B., LL. B., '90, lawyer, Besse- 
mer. 

1885, Jonesboro; s. Chambers McAdory and Maria W. Jordan; b. April i, 1868; 
d, Dec. 10, 1896. 

McKenzie, Daniel Berch, B. C. E., civil engineer, Eufaula. 

1886, Dunham; s. B. B. McKenzie and Caroline E. Flournoy; b. Jan. 7, 1870; 
Capt., A. N. G., 1893-96; Civ. Eng., Ala. and Fla. R.R., 1899; Treas., Chewalla Cotton 
Mills. 

Milner, John Cooper, LL. B., lawyer, Vernon. 

1888, Leeds; s. John A. Milner, Birmingham, and Sallie Cooper; b. May 28, 
1868; Solicitor, Lamar Co., 1891-92; Mayor of V'ernon, 1896-98; m. Adine P. Cobb, 
Vernon, June 29, 1892. 

Newman, James Bryan, LL. B., lawyer, Nashville, Tenn. 

1888, Grove Hill; s. James A. Newman, Grove Hill, and Annie Burroughs; b. 
Dec. II, 1870; County Solicitor, Talladega Co., 1892-94. 

Oliver, William Bacon, LL. B., (See 1887). 

Otts, Lelius McCrary. LL. B., (See 1887). 

Palmer, William Bradley, A. B., LL. B., '91, physician, Riderville. 

1885, Snow Hill; s. William Palmer, Ackerville, and Rachel A. Bradley, Cone- 
cuh Co.; b. March i, :868; M. D., Tulane, 1898. 

*Pettway, Francis Watkins, A. B., book-keeper, Knoxville, Tenn. 

1885, Camden; s. John Henry Pettway and Laura Jones; b. Nov. 2, 1868; d. 
June 5, 1899. 

Reynolds, Herbert Elisha, A. B., LL. B., 90, merchant, Centre- 
ville. 

1887, Montevallo; s. H. C. Reynolds, Montevallo, and Mary Boyd; b. Oct. 8, 
1869; Lawyer at Columbiana, 1890-94; m. Nora Woodruff Leeper, Birmingham, Oct. 
20, 1896. 



328 Record of Students [1889 

Searcy, Walter Ross, A. B., druggist, Smithville, Tex. 

1885, Tuscaloosa; s. James T. Searcy and Annie R. Ross; b. May 17, 1870; G. 
Phar., Univ. of Va., 1890; in. Lizzie Douthitt, Velasco, Tex., Jan. 8, 1895. 

Sensabaugh, Samuel Spears, LL. B., lawyer and planter, Sterrett, 
Tex. 

1888, Anniston; s. Richard M. Sensabaugh, Rogersville, Tenn., and Sarah E. 
Spears; b. Sept. 2s, 1864. 

Shorter, Henry Russell, Jr., A. B., lawyer, Eufaula. 

188s, Eufaula; s. Henry R. Shorter, Eufaula, and Addie Catherine Keith; Asst 
Register, U. S. Land office, Indian Ten, 1893-94. 

Swanson, William Cleburne, LL. B., lawyer, Eufaula. 

1888, Clayton; s. Thomas Swanson and Anne Eugenia Cobb; b. Jan. 22, 1867; 
Reg. in Chanc, Barbour Co., 1890-1901. 

Taylor, Edward Archibald, A. B., R. R. business, Denver, Col. 

1885, Linden; s. James W. Taylor, Demopolis, and Caroline Sappington; m. 
Josie L. Henderson, Greeley, Colo., Nov., 1895. 

Terrell, Scurry Latimer, A. B., physician, Dallas, Tex. 

1885, Houston, Tex.; s. E. R. Terrell, Houston, Tex., and Kate Scurry; b. 
Dec. 12, 1868; M. D., Col. of P. and S., Baltimore; Specialist on Eye and Ear. 

Thornton, Robert Sidney, A. B., manufacturer, Mobile. 

188s, Coffeeville, Clarke Co.; s. Eli S. Thornton, Coffeeville, and Sallie J. Pace; 
b. March 31, 1865; Planter. 

Tullis, John Wesley, Jr., A. B., merchant, Montgomery. 

1885, Eufaula; s. John W. Tullis, Eufaula, and Mary Caroline Woods; b. Dec. 
3, 1872; Pres. Tullis Hardware Co.; m. Alice Pickens Haltiwanger, Atlanta, April 
28, 1897. 

Warren, Bates, A. B., lawyer, Washington, D. C. 

1888, Clayton, s. • Warren and Mary Frances Lawson; LL. B., George- 
town, 1802, and LL. M., 1893; m. Lisette Bell, Washington, D. C, May, 1897. 

Willett, George Washington, A. B., physician, Atlanta, Ga. 

1886, Carrollton; s. Elbert Decatur Willett and Candace M. Bostick; b. April 
23, 1868; M. D., Bellevue Hosp. Med. Col., 1893. 

1889. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 
Allen, George Ball, (Ec), A. G. P. agent, St. Louis, Mo. 

1887, Montgomery; s. William Wirt Allen, Florence, and Susan Pendleton Ball; 
b. Dec. 2, 1869; served as Chief Clerk, Pass. Department, Dist. Pass. Agent, Division 
Pass. Agent, and now Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Southern Railway; lived in Atlanta, 
Charleston, and at St. Louis since Jan. i, 1901; m. Mary Porter Weakly, Nashville, 
Tenn., June 14, 1900. 

Allen, Thomas Shackelford, (Fr.) 

1887, New Orleans, La. 



1889] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 329 

Banks, George Young, (Jun.), merchant, Columbus, Miss. 

1886, Columbus, Miss.; s. James Oliver Banks, Columbus, Miss., and Lucy 
Watkins Young; b. Feb. 7, 1871; ra. Katharine Anderson Yerger, Sewanee, Tenn., 
Dec. 26, 1894. 

Barton, William Adrian, (Jun.), insurance, Birmingham. 

1886, Forkland; s. R. A. Barton and Mary J. Hendricks; b. Nov. 20, 1869; 
book-keeper, Loveman, Joseph and Loeb, Sec, Life and Accident Association. 

Blackburn, Felix Edward, (Law), (See 1888). 

Blackshear, Thomas Edward, (Fr.) 



1888, Thomasville, Ga.; s. T. E, Blackshear; b. Nov. n, 1871. 

Chapman, Benjamin Sidney, (Soph.), physician, Montgomery. 

1887, Mortgomery; s. Benjamin Donaldson Chapman and Sydney M. Sander- 
son; b. Oct. 20, 1869; M. D., 1892, Univ. City of N. Y.; County Physician, 1895-96; 
m. Mary Ella Browder, Montgomery, June 26, 1895. 

Duggar, Benjamin Minge, (Soph.), botanist. New York. 

1887, Gallion; s. Dr. Reuben H. Duggar, Gallion, and Margaret Louisa Minge; 
b. Sept. I, 1872; B. S., 1891, and M. S., Ala. P. Inst., 1892; Asst. Director, Union- 
town Agr. Exper. Sta., 1892-93; Asst. in Botany, Harvard Univ., 1894-95; Asst. Bot- 
anist, 111. State Lab. of Nat. History, 1895-96; Cryptogamic Botanist, Agr. Exper. 
Sta. and Instructor, Cornell Univ., 1896 — ; Student at European Univ., 1899-1900. 



Fearn, Allen Vories, (Fr.) 

1888, Thomasville, Ga. ; s. George Fearn; b. June 13, 1871. 

Gates, Sterling Johnson, (Soph.), physician, Franklin, La. 

1887, Franklin, La.; s. Alfred S. Gates, Franklin, La., and Helen L. Johnson; 
b. Oct. 21, 1870; M. D., Tulane, 1893; m. Ada Favrat, Baton Rouge, La., Jan. 12, 1898. 

Gilliam, Horace Stringfellow, (Fr.), book-keeper, St. Louis, Mo. 

1888, Montgomery; s. Thomas Gilliam, Petersburg, Va., and Agnes String- 
fellow; b. May 26, 1871; Book-keeper for J. & P. Coats Co. 

*Gilliam, John, (Soph.), physician, St. Louis, Mo. 

1885, Petersburg, Va. ; s. Thomas Gilliam, Petersburg, Va., and Agnes String- 
fellow; b. May 4, 1873; M. D., Univ. of Va. ; d. 1899. 

Gravlee, Joseph Mortimer, (Soph.), merchant, Jasper. 

1888, Jasper; s. W. G. Gravlee and Sarah Roberts; b. Aug. 14, 1870. 

Grimshaw, Seaborn Travis, (Jun.), engineer, Savannah, Ga. 

1886, Livingston; s. Harry Grimshaw, San Francisco, Cal., and Alida Travis; 
b. Sept. 30, 1870; Engineering Dept., Seaboard Air Line. 

Guild, Charles LaFayette, (Fr.), Houston, Tex. 

1888, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. James Guild, Jr., Tuscaloosa, and Margaret Bennett; 
b. July 14, 1870. 

Hagler, John Wyley, (Soph.), physician, Prattville. 

1887, Samantha, Tuscaloosa Co.; s. Edward I. Hagler, Tyner, and Maggie 
Prewitt; b. Oct. i, 1869; M. D., Mobile, 1895; ni. Mary Elgleston, Grenada, Miss., 
April 26, 1892. 



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Hagler, Prewitt LaFayette, (Soph.), physician, Ensley. 

1887, Samsntha; s. Edward I. Hagler and Maggie Prewitt; b. Jan. 26, 1868; 
M. D., Mobile, 1893. 

Harmon, Robert Lee, (Jun.), LL. B., '91, lawyer, Montgomery. 

1887, Union Springs; s. John Fletcher Harmon, Orion, and Nancy Bateman; 
b. Aug. 29, 1865; m. Mary Holt, Montgomery, Jan. 9, 1901. 

Harris, William Leon, (Law), lawyer, Fayette. 

1887, Fayette; s. Dr. Erastus G. Harris and Susan R. Johnston; b. Jan. 18, 1868. 

Henderson, William Forest, (Law) 

1888, Gaylesville; s. J. W. Henderson; b. May i, 1864. 

Hutchinson, William James, (Fr.), Pensacola, Fla. 

1888, Pensacola, Fla.; s. W. H. Hutchinson; b. June 14, 1870. 

Johnson, William Ira, (Jun.), dentist, Dothan. 

1886, Rutledge; s. Dr. E. H. Johnson, Troy, and Bettie Chapman; b. March 
16, 1870; D. D. S., Vanderbilt, 1892; m. Mamie Thrasher, Dothan, Oct. 11, 1893. 

Kohn, Ira Leonard, (Soph.), merchant. New York. 

1887, Montgomery; s. Jacob Kohn, Montgomery, and Jane Schiffer; b. March 
8, 1873. 

Leather wood, Timothy Miles, (Soph.), physician, Tuscaloosa. 

1887, Tuscaloosa; s. John W. Leatherwood, Tuscaloosa, and Jane Burton; b. 
Dec. II, 1863; M. D., Mobile, 1891; rn. Roberta L. Marshall, Payne's Depot, Ky., 
Aug. I, 1895. 

Lee, John Robert, (Jun.), merchant, Pratt City. 

1886, Tuscaloosa; s. Col. I. J. Lee, Pratt City, and Susan L. Boling; b. Sept. 
24, 1868. 

Lincoln, Norman Lee, (Soph.), clerk, St. Louis, Mo. 

1887, Columbus, Miss.; s. E. L. Lincoln; b. Sept. 15, 1870; with Hamilton 
Brown Shoe Co. 

Loveman, Robert, (Law), poet, Dalton, Ga. 

1888, Birmingham; s. David R. Loveman, Dalton, Ga., and Esther Schwartz; 
b. April II, 1864; Author of Collections of Poems pub. in 1893, 1897, 1900. 

*McCall, Henry Walton, (Fr.), DeSotoville. 

1889, De Sotoville, Choctaw Co.; s. Dr. Daniel McCall, DeSotoville, and Nancy 
Elizabeth Thompson; b. Aug. 24, 1872; d. Dec. 28, 1889. 

McDowell, Charles Samuel, Jr., lawyer, Eufaula. 

1888, Eufanla; s. Charles S. McDowell and Maggie McKay; b. Oct. 17, 1871; 
Probate Clerk, Barbour Co., 1895-97; Mem. Board of Rev., Barbour Co., 1897-1903; 
Supt. Education, Barbour Co., 1897-1901; Capt., Eufaula Rifles, A. N. G., 1899-1903. 

Merritt, Felder Luther, (Soph.), merchant, James. 

1888, Midway; s. M. C. Merritt; b. March 10, 1868; m. Emma Crymes, Mid- 
way, 1889. 



1889] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 331 

Michael, John Roff, (Fr.), book-keeper, Washington, Ariz. 

1888, Citronelle; s. Dr. J. G. Michael and Margaret Simison; b. Nov. 17, 1869; 
Mayor, Citronelle, 1895-96; Sec. Hygeia Hotel and Improvement Co.; book-keeper, 
"Pride of the West Mine." 

*Murphy, James, (Soph.), bank cashier, Eutaw. 

1S87, Eutaw; s. A. S. Murphy and Virginia C. Davidson; b. March 11, 1872; 
m. M. J. McGiffert, Eutaw, April 5, 1893; d. March 19, 1901. 

Norris, Samuel Hamner, (Fr.), clerk and book-keeper, Birming- 
ham. 

1888, Tuscaloo.sa; s. James W. Norris and Cinthia Hester Hamner; b. Oct. 
30, 1871; Manager Wood-Dickerson Lumber Co.; m. Annie Shindeblower, June 

22, 1898. 

O'Rear, Rufus Allen, (Fr.), agent, Jasper. 

1888, Jasper; s. Elijah O'Rear and Sarah M. Feltman; b. Jan. 29, 1869; Tax 
Commis., Walker Co., 1901; Mem. Constitu. Conv., 1901; Land Agent, So. Ry. 

*Parker, Osborne, (Jun.), University. 

1886, University; s. Prof. William Asa Parker and Martha English Foster; b. 
Dec. 8, 1870; U. S. Inspector of Lighthouses; d. April 5, 1897. 

Renfroe, John Forney, (Jun.), gov. employee, Washington, D. C. 

1S86, Opelika; s. Forney Renfroe, Opelika, and Nannie Lancaster; b. Nov. 23, 
1869; m. Stella Graham, Franklin, Pa. 

Renfroe, Joseph Lancaster, (Soph.), Opelika. 

1887, Opelika; s. Forney Renfroe, Opelika, and Nannie Lancaster; b. Nov. 5, 
1 871; Manager Telephone Exchange and Ice Factory; m. Mattie Lou Roby, of Opelika, 
at West Point, Ga., March 7, 1901. 

Richards, William Evans, (Jun.), surgeon, U. S. Army. 

1887, Columbus, Miss.; s. William Cooledge Richards and Frances Evans; b. 
Feb. 3, 1871; M. D., 1894; ist Lieut, and Asst. Surg., U. S. A., appointed Oct. 
26, 1896. 

Saint, Howard, (Fr.), merchant, Teche, La. 

i8S8, Jackson; s. John D. Saint, Franklin, La., and Ellen J. DuBose; b. May 
8, 1870. 

Shamotulski, Frank, (Soph.), butcher, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

1888, Tuscaloosa; s. Charles Shamotulski; b. June 7, 1866. 

Smith, Hampton Sidney, (Jun.), Birmingham. 

1886, Birmingham; s. J. Morgan Smith, Birmingham, and Kate Duncan; b. 
Aug. 14, 1870; v. Pres. Birmingham Lumber Co.; Officer Superior Coal & Coke Co.; 
m. Harriet Hewitt. 

Strudwick, James Webb, (Fr.), planter, Havana. 

1888, Tuscaloosa; s. James W. Strudwick and Elizabeth Linebaugh; b. Nov. 

23, 1870. 



332 Record of Students [1890 

*Thomas, McKennie, (Jun.), lawyer, Nixburg. 

1887, Nixburg, Coosa Co.; s. Allen J. Thomas and Mary R. Smith; b. June 24, 
1870; Reg. in Chanc, Coosa Co.; d. March, 1898. 

VandeGrift, Sylvester, (Soph.), merchant, Birmingham. 

1887, Birmingham; s. A. B. VandeGrift; b. June 11, 1870. 

Verner, Charles Bell, (Law), lawyer, Tuscaloosa. 

1888, Richland, S. C; s. Ebenezer P. Verner, Richland, S. C, and Emily 
Foster; b. June 20, 1868; Land Commissioner, U. of Ala., 1897-98; Asst. Solicitor, 
Tuscaloosa Co.; m. Lizzie Armantine Cade, Tuscaloosa, Oct. 2, 1895. 

Vidmer, George, (Fr.), officer, U. S. Army. 

1888, Citronelle; s. John Vidmer and Ella Virginia Redwood; b. Aug. 16, 1871; 
Grad., U. S. Mil. Acad., West Point, N. Y., 1894; Officer, loth Cav., U. S. A.; m. 
Caroline Richards, Mobile, Sept. 5, 1894. 

Westmoreland, Hawkins Davenport, (Fr.), physician, Huntsville. 

1888, Athens; s. Dr. Theo. Westmoreland, Athens, and Eunice Nelson; b. May 
4, 1873; M. D., Vanderbilt, 1892; Interne Hospital, N. Y., 1892-94; m. Lucille Cobb 
Fowlkes, Jan. 3, 1900. 

Whatley, Edgar Leander, (Soph.), lawyer, Ashland, 

1888, Ashland; s. William T. Whatley, Idaho, and Ann Wilbourn; b. April 
24, 1871; Deputy Sheriff, Talladega Co., 1895-96; Editor, 1896; m. Alice Steed, Line- 
ville, Nov. 30, 1899. 

Wood, Alexander Hamilton, (Soph.), operator, Petros, Tenn. 

1887, Florence; s. Major H. C. Wood, Florence, and Sallie Sheppard; b. Sept. 
21, 1870; C. E., U. of Va.; C. E., on L. & N. R. R.; Commissioner of Labor, Tenn.; 
Coal Mine Operator; m. Maza Scott, St. Louis, Mo., Dec. 22, 1900. 

Wood, Fern Manly, (Jun.), book-keeper, New York. 

1888, Eufaula; s. Fern Manly Wood and Sarah Roquemore; b. Nov. i, 1869; 
m. Baker Jones, Montgomery. 

Wyly, Henry Forney, (Soph.), agent, Mobile. 

1887, Jacksonville; s. John McGehee Wyly, Montgomery, and Catherine Amelia 
Forney; b. July 22, 1869; Commercial Agent, N. & W. R. R. 

1890. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

Alston, Edward Ott, A. B., Richmond, Va. 

1888, Clayton; s. Judge A. H. Alston, Clayton, and Annie Mariah Ott; b. 
March 20, 1871; Chief Clerk, Gen. Freight office, So. R. R. Co., entered as mailing 
clerk, frequently promoted, made chief clerk May i, 1899. 

Alston, Robert Cotton, A. B., lawyer, Atlanta, Ga. 

1888, Clayton; s. Judge A. H. Alston and Annie Mariah Ott; b. April 30, 1873; 
m. Caroline Lamar du Bignon, Savannah, Ga., Jan. i, 1900. 

Brown, James Clinton, A. B., LL. B., '92, lawyer, Tuscaloosa. 

1887, Olmstead, Tuscaloosa Co.; s. Randall R. Brown and Susanna Emerson; 
b. May 2, 1868; Editor Northport Breeze, 1893-98; Probate Judge, Tuscaloosa Ca, 
1898 — ; m. Grace Maxwell, Tuscaloosa, May, 1900. 



1890] Graduates with Titled Degrees 333 

Brown, Robinson, A. B., LL. B., '92, lawyer, Tuscaloosa. 

1887, Olmstead; s. Randall Robinson Brown and Susanna Emerson; b. Jan. i8, 
1871; m, Stella Seed, Tuscaloosa, Jan. lo, 1893. 

Clayton, Jefferson Davis, A. B., lawyer, Eufaula. 

1886, University; s. Gen. Henry D. Clayton, University, and Victoria Virginia 
Hunter; b. April 13, 1869; LL. B., Cumberland Univ., Lebanon, Tenn., 1892. 

Comer, William Thornton, A. B., Atlanta, Ga, 

1887, Eufaula; s. George Legare Comer, Eufaula, and Laura Virginia Thornton; 
b. July 15, 1871; Cashier, English & American Loan & Trust Co.; m. Lily Lonsdale 
Brockett, Atlanta, Ga., June 20, 1901. 

Crook, James Flournoy, LL. B., (See 1889). 

Dixon, James Kelley, A. B., LL. B., '92, lawyer, Talladega. 

1886, Fayetteville; s. Dr. John Dixon, Fayetteville, and Matilda Kelly; b. April 
8, 1870; m. Julia Augusta Brewer, Montgomery, Oct i, 1895. 

Ellis, Albert Brock, A. B., teacher, Fredericksburg, Va. 

1886, Bailey Springs, Lauderdale Co.; s. William P. Ellis and Ella S. Brock; 
b. Sept. 12, i860; Teacher, Bailey Springs, 1895-99; V. Pres., Fredericksburg, Va., 
College, i8j9 — . 

Elmore, John Archer, LL. B., lawyer, Montgomery. 

1889, Montgomery; s. Vincent Martin Elmore and Rebecca Hails; b. March 
19, 1869; m. Wylle Belle Peeler, Macon, Ga., Oct. 23, 1901. 

Espy, Goodman Basil, B. C. E., planter, Eufaula. 

1886, Bush, Barbour Co.; s. J. S. Espy, Bush, and Elizabeth White; b. Feb. 
10, 1868; Surveyor, Barbour Co., 1893-96; Lumber Manufacturer; m. Jennie Gibson, 
Opelika, July 7, 1897. 

Fletcher, Richard Mason, Jr., A. B., A. M., '90, surgeon, U. S. 
Army. 

1887, Huntsville; s. Richard M. Fletcher, Madison, and Rebecca Mason; b. 
May 22, 1872; M. D., Mobile, 1894; Health officer, Madison Co., 1895-98; ist Lieut, 
and Quartermaster, then 1st Asst. Surgeon, ist Ala. Vol. Inf., U. S. A., Spanish War, 
1898, now Asst. Surgeon, U. S. Army. 

Foster, Arthur Borders. A. B., LL. B., '91, lawyer, Troy. 

1887, Clayton; s. John A. Foster and Mary M. Borders; b. Oct. 19, 1872; 
Reg. in Chanc, 1892-98; m. Jessie Simpson, Cuthbert, Ga., Nov. 21, 1894. 

Gamer, Thomas Henry, LL. B., (See 1888). 

Gibson, Emile Lacy, A. B., book-keeper, Chemainus, B. C. 

1883-85, 1887, Mobile; s. James Spalding Gibson, Mobile, and Antoinette Julia 
Powers; b. Oct. 4, 1867; Book-keeper, Lincoln Nat. Bank, Washington, D. C, 1892-95. 

Gorgas, Richard Haynesworth, LL. B., (See 1884). 

Grayson, James Gordon, A. B., merchant, Gurley. 

1886, Huntsville; s. J. W. Grayson and Sarah Smith Allison; b. Jan. 31, 1866; 
m. N. Eliza Mosely, Norfolk, Va., June 12, 1894. 



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Greene, Joseph Berry, A. B., A. M., '91, surgeon, U. S. Marines. 

1887, Birmingham; s. Robert N. Greene, Birmingham, and Sarah E. Earle; b. 
Oct. 18, 1869; M. D., Univ. of Va., 1894; Surgeon, U. S. Marine Hospital Service; 
Surgeon, U. S. Rev. Ship McCulloch, under Admiral Dewey, 1898; Medical Adviser 
to U. S. Consul, Bremen, Germany, 1900 — . 

Harris, William Wert, LL. B., lawyer, Montgomery. 

1889, Decatur; s. C. C. Harris, Decatur, and Julia C. Wert; b. Oct. 27, 1870; 
Private Sec, Supreme Court of Ala. 

Henry, John Evans, A. B., lawyer, Seale. 

1888, Seale; s. Beverly Marshall Henry, Columbus, Ga., and Martha Frances 
Evans; b. Dec. 25, 1870; LL. B., Univ. of Ga., 1892; Teacher at Clayton, 1890-91; 
Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1900-02; m. Rosa J. Cobb, Tuskegee, 1893. 

Hixson, James Courtney, LL. B., (See 1888). 

Hixson, William Carter, A. B., A. M., '92, teacher, Waco, Tex. 

1887, Union Springs; s. Rev. J. O. Hixson and Mattie Thurman Brown; b. 
March 14, 1869; Prof., Claiborne Col., Homer, La., 1890-92, Prin., Longview, Tex., 
High School, 1892-94; U. S. Marshal, Foochow, China, 1894-96; Acting Consul at 
Foochow, 1896; V. Consul at Foochow, China, 1897; Instructor, Waco, Tex., High 
School, 1897-99; Prin., ist Dist. High School, Waco, 1899 — ; m- Pearl Rivers Howard, 
Longview, Tex., June 3, 1894- 

Horton, John Coleman,, A. B., A. M., '91, minister, Talladega. 

1887, Mobile; Rector Episcopal Church, Talladega. 

Howze, Henry Russell, A. B., LL. B., '91, lawyer, Birmingham. 

1887, Birmingham; s. A. C. Howze and Vallie Long, Athens, Ga. ; b. Nov. 12, 
1870; Instructor Math., U. of Ala., 1890-91. 

Inge, Francis James, Jr., A. B., LL. B., 92, lawyer. Mobile. 

1887, Mobile; s. Frank James Inge, Mobile, and Emma Mentoria Chapman; 
b. April 24, 1871. 

Inzer, John Allen, A. B., A. M., '92, lawyer, Ashville. 

1886, Springville; s. Marquis Lafayette Inzer, Springville, and N. D. Moore; 
b. April 20, 1870; Prin., Ashville Acad., 1890-92; Solicitor, St. Clair Co., 1894-98; 
m. Delia Robinson, Ashville, Oct. 30, 1895- 

Jeter, Richard Cullen, LL. B., (See 1888). 

Kemper, Walter Young, A. B., sugar planter, Perico, Cuba. 

1886, Glencoe, La.; s. William Peter Kemper, Glencoe, La., and Monica Rogers; 
b. Sept. 5, 1870; Manager, Glencoe Plantation, 1894-97; Mgr., Peebles Plantation, 
1897-99; Mgr. Tinquaro Plantation in Cuba; m. Leonora Barton, Welcome, La., April 
18, 1894. 

Marx, Lee Joseph, LL. B., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1889, Tuscaloosa; s. Lehman Marx, Eutaw, and Theresa Goldsmith; b. Dec. 
18, 1872; A. B. and A. M., Spring Hill Col.; m. Fannie Gusfield, Birmingham, Sept. 

18, 1894. ' 



1890] Graduates with Titled Degrees 335 

Maxwell, Reuben Searcy, A. B., clerk, Washington, D. C. 

1886, Tuscaloosa; s. John Maxwell and Mary Ann Maxwell; b. Sept. 2, 1871; 
Clerk, War Dept., Washington, D. C. 

Maxwell, Thomas Bearing, A. B., merchant, Tuscaloosa. 

1886, Tuscaloosa; s. Robert Maxwell and Mary Henderson; b. Dec. 8, 1870. 

*MaAdory, Mortimer Jordan, LL. B., (See 1889). 

Miles, Pierre Frank, A. B., editor. Union Springs. 

1886, Union Springs; s. Capt. A. Miles and Placidia Moragne; b. July 26, 1869; 
Editor Union Springs Herald. 

Moore, Lake, LL. B., lawyer, Fairland, Ind. Ter. 

i88g, Montgomery; s. James P. Moore, Greenville, S. C, and Ethland B. Brooks; 
b. Nov. 28, 1869; Ph. B., Univ. of N. C, 1889; County Solicitor, DeKalb Co., 1893-94; 
Reg. in Chanc, DeKalb Co., 1895-96; m. Martha Foster Hill, Tuscaloosa, Dec. 
4, 1895- 

Murphy, Jeremiah, LL. B., lawyer, Huntsville. 

1889, Huntsville; s. J. Murphy; b. May 3, 1870; City Atty., 1893-99; Referee in 
Bankruptcy for N. Dist. of Ala., 1899 — . 

Murphy, Samuel Silenus, Jr., A. B., teacher. Mobile. 

1887, Pleasant Ridge; s. Dr. S. S. Murphy and E. M. Steele; b. Oct. 8, 1867; 
Teacher, Barton Academy; Supt., Mobile Public Schools, 1900 — ; m. Marie Marechal, 
Dec, 1898. 

Fittman, Ernest Waller, B. C. E., C. E., '92, Pittsburg, Pa. 

1887, Tuscaloosa; s. Alfred B. Pittman, Vicksburg, and Charlotte Lomax; b. 
Feb. 5, 1872; Recorder, U. S. Gov. Survey, Red River, 1891-92; Bridge Designer, 
Chicago, 111., 1893-94; Pittsburg, 1897-98 and 1901^; Bridge and Machine Designer, 
Cleveland, Ohio, 1898-1901; m. Mary H. Alston, Tuscaloosa, Aug. 29, 1893. 

*Rather, Pearsall, A. B., lawyer, Tuscumbia. 

1887, Tuscumbia; s. Hon. John D. Rather, Tuscumbia, and Letitia Pearsall; 
b. Dec. 16, 1869; d. April 15, 1894. 

Reese, Warren Stone, LL. B., lawyer, Montgomery. 

1889, Montgomery; s. Warren S. Reese; b. Jan. 31, 1866; U. S. Atty., Middle 
Dist. of Ala., 1897 — ; m. Essie Lee Whitfield, Brunswick, Ga., Feb. 19, 1901. 

Reynolds, Herbert Elisha, LL. B., (See 1889). 

Reynolds, James Moseley, LL. B., lawyer, Montevallo. 

1889, Montevallo; s. E. Reynolds, Montevallo, and Nancy Petty; b. Nov. 19, 
1842; Private, Co. D, 8th Ala. Reg. of Inf., C. S. A.; m. (i) Fannie Boyd, Monte- 
vallo, Nov. 26, 1876, (2) Flora Thomas, Kellyton, July 18, 1897. 

Robinson, Edward Murphy, A. B., LL. B., '91, lawyer. Mobile. 

1886, Stockton; s. G. W. Robinson and Martha A. McMillan; b. M-rch ii, 
1873; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala. Leg., 1894-99; Recorder of Mobile, 1897-98; Capt., Co. 
C, 2nd Ala. Vol., Spanish War, 1898; Trustee, Ala. Ins. Hosp. and Troy Normal Col.; 
President, Society of Alumni, 1901-02. 



336 Record of Students [1890 

Smith, Walter Lane, A. B., contractor, Memphis, Tenn. 

1886, Birmingham; s. Robert D. Smith, Trussville, and Mary Johnston McLean; 
b. Jan. 31, 1870; V. Pres. and Director, Trussville Furnace Co.; Sec. and Treas., Ran- 
kin, Miss., Stone Co.; Member of firm C. D. Smith & Co., General Contractors. 

Somerville, Archibald Bruce, A. B., printer, Tuscaloosa. 

1886, Tuscaloosa; s. Judge H. M. Somerville, and Cornelia B. Harris; b. Nov. 
4 1870; Newspaper writer. 

Somerville, Ormond, LL. B., (See 1887). 

Stevens, Thomas McCorvey, LL. B., (See 1888). 

Thornton, John Blocker, A. B., LL. B., '93, A. M., '92, lawyer, 
Mobile. 

1887, Tuscaloosa; s. Harry Innes Thornton and Sallie Amelia Blocker; b. 
Dec. 7, 1870; Teacher, Tuscaloosa, Adger, 1890-92, Waco, Tex., 1893-95; ni. (i) Adele 
Ketchum Inge, Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 2T, 1894, (2) Fannie S. Smith, Mobile, April 9, 1901. 

Tunstall, Wiley Croom, Jr., LL. B., (See 1888). 

Ward, Benjamin Needham, A. B., A. M., '95, physician, Helena, 
Ark. 

1886, Carthage, Miss.; s. Dr. B. N. Ward and Caroline Harriett Dismukes; 
b. May 17, 1867; M. D., Tulane, 1897; Interne Charity Hosp., New Orleans, 1895-97; 
m. Grace Greenwood Taylor, Fort Jessup, La., June 15, 1897. 

Wilkerson, John Halbert, LL. B., lawyer, Elba. 

1889, Troy; s. E. B. Wilkerson and Mary E. Dunn; b. July 27, 1869; B. S., 
1887, Sou. Univ., Greensboro. 

i8go. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 
Beach, Thornwell, (Fr.), merchant, Columbia. 

1889, Columbia; s. H. M. Beach, Columbia, and Clara H. Maxwell; b. Feb. 

IS. 187:. 

Berwick, John Warren, (Jun.), book-keeper, • Franklin, La. 

1887, Foster's, La.; s. O. D. Berwick, Foster's, La., and V. A. Dungan; b. April 
15, 1872; Book-keeper, St. Mary's Bank. 

Boles, W^illiam Jeptha, (Law), journalist, Birmingham. 

1889, Piedmont; s. John Calhoun Boles and Elizabeth Savage; b. Oct. 10, 1866; 
ist Lieut., 3rd Inf., Ala. Vol., Spanish War, 1898; Life Insurance, 1897-1900; Mem. 
Editorial Staff, Age-Herald. 

Brandon, Edward Woodward, (Soph.), drummer, Shreve- 
port, La. 

1888, Huntsville; s. F. T. J. Brandon and Carolyn Woodward; b. Sept. 3, 
1872; m. Nellie Rhodes, Dallas, Tex., Dec. 22, 1896. 

Brooks, Lothair, (Soph.), merchant, Ensley. 

1888, Birmingham; s. A. L. Brooks; b. July 29, 1870; m. Minnie Wood, Wood- 
lawn. 



1890] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 337 

Browder, David, (Jun.), rate clerk, Atlanta, Ga. 

1887, Montgomery; s. R. J. Browder, Montgomery, and Alice Noble; b. Sept. 
13, 1871; m. (i) Carrie Lee Fogleman, Memphis, Tenn., Sept. 22, 1893, (2) Eleanor 
Martin, Montgomery, Nov. 2, 1898. 

Cooke, Elias Middleton, (Law), lawyer and teacher, Oregon. 

1890, Wolf Creek, St. Clair Co.; s. Robert Cooke; b. Dec. 20, 1865. 

*Cooke, William Robert, (Law), lawyer. Wolf Creek. 

1890, Wolf Creek, St. Clair Co.; s. Robert Cooke, Wolf Creek; b. Nov. 25, 
1869; d. Dec, 1893. 

Cornell, Robert, (Fr.), planter, Tuscaloosa. 

1889, Tuscaloosa; s. Hamilton Cornell, Clarksville, Tenn., and Tamesia Walker; 
b. Feb. 14, 1873. 

Craig, John White, (Soph.), officer, U. S. Army. 

1889, Selma; s. Judge George H. Craig, Selma, and Alabama White; b. July 
22, 1873; Grad., U. S. M. A., 1894; 2nd Lieut., ist U. S. Cav., 1899. 

Evans, Richard Vaiden, (Jun.), lawyer, New York. 

1887, Birmingham; s. George A. Evans, Birmingham, and Emily Phillips; b. 
Aug. 16, 1871; City Atty. for Birmingham, 1894-97. 

Foster, James Henry, (Fr.), LL. B., 1900, lawyer, Montgomery. 

1889-90, 1899, Montgomery; s. T. Gardner Foster and Elizabeth Tyler; b. 
March 13, 1872. 

Gates, Augustus Fuller, (Fr.), physician, Independence, La. 

1889, Franklin, La.; s. A. S. Gates, Franklin, La., and Helen L. Johnson; b. 
Sept. 30, 1872; M. D., Tulane, 1898. 

Gibson, Archer Campbell, (Fr.), trav. salesman, Birmingham. 

1889, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. Richard Gibson, Birmingham, and Sallie Anna Mc- 
Daniel; b. Sept. 21, 1872. 

Goldthwaite, Herbert Armistead, (Soph.), planter, Mitylene. 

1888, Montgomery; s. Richard Wallack Goldthwaite, Dallas, Tex., and Lucy 
Boyd Armistead; b. June 4, 1872; Draughtsman, U. S. Eng. Office, 1892-93; Eng. 
Dept., S. A. & M. R. R., 1890-92; m. Nannilee Ray, Montgomery, June 28, 1899. 

Henderson, Henry Thomas, (Soph.), engineer, Dahlonega, Ga. 

1889, Talladega; s. John Henderson and Louisa W. ; b. Oct. 18, 1870; 

Asst. Engineer, Chickamauga & Dunham R. R., 1890-91, 94-97; Brunswick, Ga., 1894, 
Chickamauga Nat. Park, 1897-99, now Engineer, Dahlonega Gold Mining Co.; m. 
Jimmie May Russell, Athens, Tenn., Nov. 30, 1894. 

Horton, Roy Cantwell, (Sen.), engineer, Decatur. 

1886, Decatur; s. J. M. Horton, Amsterdam, N. Y., and Rachial Cantwell; b. 
Oct. 24, 1869; 2nd Lieut., N. Y. Nat. Guard, 1897-98; Engineer, Bridge Building; m. 
Mary Elizabeth Smith. 

Hudson, Philip Pitts, (Jun.), merchant, Uniontown. 

1887, Uniontown; s. Thomas Hudson, Uniontown, and Kittle Pitts; b. Dec. 11, 
1870; m. Marie Hungerford, Uniontown, Feb. 24, 1900. 

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Huger, Edmund Dargan, (Jun.), cotton factor, Mobile. 

1887, Mobile; s. Charles L. Huger, Mobile, and Ruth Dargan; b. July 22, 1871. 

Johnson, Joseph Henry, Jr., journalist. New York. 

1889, Sheffield; s. Joseph Henry Johnson, Atlanta, Ga., and Sarah Beck; b. 
June 16, 1870; A. M., Nat. Normal Univ., Lebanon, Ohio; City Editor, Atlanta Jour- 
nal; on Gen. Staff of N. Y. Journal, 1897 — ; War Correspondent, N. Y. Journal, at 
Puerto Rico, Spanish War, 1898. 

Jones, Major Zachariah, (Fr.), merchant, Shuqualak, Miss. 

1889, Stone; s. Dr. J. C. H. Jones and Mary Matilda Cook; b. March 3, 1872, 
m. Mary Tyson. Shuqualak, Miss., Dec. 23, 1894. 

Jordan, David Carnes, Jr., (Jun.), physician, Guntersville. 

1887, Guntersville; s. D. C. Jordan and Mattie Eldridge Rivers; b. March 10, 
1869; M. D., 1891, Memphis Med. Col.; m. Sophia Timmons, Farley, Oct. 21, 1897. 

King, Howard Preston, (Jun.), planter, Scooba, Miss. 

1887, Scooba, Miss.; s. William D. King and Etta Neilson; b. Dec. 17, 1868; 
in. Nannie Oliver, Oct. 20, 1897, Dancy. 

Knight, John Walton, (Soph.), cotton broker, Decatur. 

1889, Anniston; s. Ray Knight, Anniston, and Frances Harben; b. June 4, 
1872; A. B., Vanderbilt, 1893; m. Jennie Wrenshall, Lincolnton, N. C, April 28, 1897. 

Laney, Zachariah William, (Soph.), clerk, Abbeville 

1888, Abbeville; s. Zachery William Laney and Ann B. Culver; b. Aug. 15, 
1871; Clerk in Probate office; m. Lula Lee Trawick. 

Leland, Richard McLester, (Soph.), book-keeper, Birmingham. 

1888, Tuscaloosa; s. W. A. Leland and Ella McLester; b. Sept. 28, 1871; Cot- 
ton Buyer, 1895-1900; Book-keeper, Tuscaloosa Cotton Mills; ist Nat. Bank, Birming- 
ham; m. Maggie Walters, Tuscaloosa, June 9, 1897. 

*McCall, Henry Walton, (Fr.), DeSotoville. 

1889, DeSotoville; s. Dr. D. McCall and Nancy E. Thompson; b. Aug. 24, 1872; 
d. Dec. 2, 1889. 

Osborne, Eugene Bryce, (Soph.), physician, Cleburne, Tex. 

1888, Cleburne, Tex.; s. James D. Osborne, Cleburne, Tex., and Julia Pittman; 
b. Jan. 22, 1870; M. D., Univ. of Tex., 1896; Health officer, Cleburne, 1897 — , and 
Johnson Co., 1898; m. Maude T. Richardson, Fort Worth, Tex., 1896. 

Parker, John Scott, (Sen,), lawyer, New York. 

1887, University; s. Prof. William Asa Parker and Martha English Foster; b. 
Jan. 13, 1873; LL. B., Univ. of New York; Lawyer, firm of Dill, Baldwin & Seymour; 
m. Alice Lee, Bel Air, Md., Dec. 29, 1900. 

Patty, Walker Barker, (Fr.), merchant, Macon, Miss. 

1889, Macon, Miss.; s. Robert C. Patty and Ella Campbell; b. Jan. 20, 1872; 
m. Johnnie E. Paine, Aberdeen, Miss., April 25, 189.1;. 

Pegues, Charles Irby, (Sen.), physician, Safford. 

1886, Martin's, Dallas Co.; s. Charles Irby Pegues, Athens, and Henrietta J. 
Sanders; b. Dec. 20, 1870; M. Ph., Tulane, 1892, M. D., Tulane, 1893; D. O. S., 
Chicago, 189s; m. Eva Addra Milhous, Eleanor, Nov. 28, 1898. 



1890] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 339 

Rosenau, Monroe David, (Jun.), manufacturer, Tuscaloosa. 

1887, Tuscaloosa; s. Herman Rosenau and Annie Loveman; b. Dec. 25, 1871; 
Student, Columbia Univ., N. Y., 1890-93; Gen. Manager, Rosenau Hosiery Mills 

Saint, Percy, (Soph.), lawyer, Franklin, La. 

188S, Jackson; s. John D. Saint, Franklin, La., and Ellen J. DuBose; b. May 
8, 1870; m. Bell Thorp. 

Sandlin, James Temple, (Jun.), merchant, Alexander City. 

1887, Nixburg; s. R. C. Sandlin, Montgomery, and Temple; b. July 

7. 1870. 

Scarbrough, William Alva, (Soph.), merchant, Fitzpatrick. 

18S8, Hurtsboro; s. Robert P. Scarbrough and Lenah Wilcoxon; b. Aug. 5, 1866; 
Private, Co. D, 23rd Inf., U. S. A.; m. Mamie Scarbrough, Anniston, Jan. 23, 1900. 

♦Snoddy, Levert, (Fr.), physician, Forkland. 

1889, Mantua, Greene Co.; s. Samuel Snoddy, Mantua, and Jane Morrow; b. 
Dec. 25, 1869; M. D., Mobile; d. Feb., 1896. 

Stone, Raymond, (Jun.), officer, U. S. Navy. 

1889, Mobile; s. Sardine Graham Stone. Mobile, and Eliza Jane Horton; b. Aug. 
6, 1871; Cadet, Annapolis, 1890-94; Naval Cadet, 1894-96; m. Esther King Suydam, 
Elizabeth, N. J., June 10, 1899. 

Taylor, Val, (Jun.), lawyer, Uniontown. 

1887, Linden; s. James W. Taylor, Demopolis, and Caroline Sappington; b. 
Aug. 5, 1871; Mayor of Uniontown, 1895-96; Engrossing Clerk, House of Rep., 1890- 
1900; m. Mary Terrell, Uniontown, Jan. 19, 1897. 

Trimble, Nathaniel William, (Fr.), San Francisco, Gal. 

1889, Gainesville, Sumter Co.; 3. N. W. Trimble, Birmingham, and Mary Jane 
Robinson; b. Dec. 10, 1875; Deputy Clerk, U. S. Courts, Birmingham, 1891-96. 

Vidmer, Richard Holman, (Jun.), timber merchant, Mobile. 

1887, Mobile; s. John Vidmer and Ella Virginia Redwood; b. Feb. 9, 1870. 

White, John Henry, Jr., (Fr.), merchant, Uniontown. 

1889, Uniontown; s. John Henry White, Sr., and Ella Sims; b. Nov. 15, 1872; 
m. Frances Bradford, New Orleans. 

Williams, Benton, (Fr.) 

1889, Crawford, Miss.; b. May s, 1873. 

Woodruff, Thomas Francis, (Fr.), Piedmont. 

1889, Gainesville: s. Z. Z. WoodniflF; b. March 14, 1873. 

Wynn, Charles Grieve, (Soph.), Atlanta, Ga. 

1888, Atlanta, Ga.; b. May 4, 1870; Proprietor of Barber Shop. 



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1 89 1. Graduates with Titled Degrees 
Bailey, Henry Talbert, LL. B., lawyer, Alexander City. 

1890, Alexander City; s. John J. Bailey and Cyntha Cooper; b. Feb. 2, 1872; 
m. Bovie Clara Carlisle, Goodwater, Aug. 29, 1892. 

Bankhead, John Hollis, Jr., A. B., lawyer, Jasper. 

1887, Fayette; s. John Hollis Bankhead and Tallulah James Brockman; b. July 
8, 1872; President, Society of Alumni, 1900-01; m. Musa Harkins, Dec. 26, 1894, 
Fayette. 

Blue, Ernest Lee, LL. B., lawyer. Union Springs. 

1890, Union Springs; s. P. Blue and Sarah Agnes Boyd; b. Oct. 31, 1870; A. 
B., 1890, S. W. Pres. Univ., Clarksville, Tenn.; Reg. in Chanc, Bullock Co., 1891-96; 
m. Harriet Zenobia Feagin, Union Springs, Feb. 26, 1896. 

Booth, Howell Woodruff, B. C. E., Knoxville, Tenn. 

1887, Anniston; s. David W. Booth, Vicksburg, Miss., and Belle Woodruff, 
Tuscaloosa; b. June 14, 1870; Supt., Register Dept., Knoxville P. O.; V. Pres., Knox- 
ville Knitting Mill Co., 1897-1900; m. Flora White Rodgers, Knoxville, Tenn., Nov. 
30, 1897. 

Boykin, William Johnson, LL. B., lawyer, Gadsden. 

1890, Seale; s. W. J. Boykin and Athalia Annette Johnson; b. Nov. 8, 1862; 
Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1894-96; State Senator, 1896- 1900; Trustee, Ala. D. and B. 
Inst.; m. Bessie A. Ware, Oct. 5, 1882. 

Bromberg, Charles Louis, Jr., lawyer, Mobile. 

1890, Mobile; s. Charles L. Bromberg and Martha M. Hurter; b. Dec. 13, 1867; 
Solicitor, Washington Co., 1894-95; ™- Josephine Seabrook Black, Chicago, 111., Aug. 
25, 1894. 

Bross, William McKinney, A. B., merchant, Nixburg. 

1887, Equality; s. Sidney A. Bross and Rebecca E. House; b. June 12, 1867; 
Instructor, M. M. I., 1892-94; Prin., Wetumpka City Schools, 1894-96, Seale High 
School, 1896-97; Supt., Talladega City Schools, 1898-99; since 1899, a merchant; m. 
Libbie Storrs Smith, Nixburg, June 27, 1894. 

Brown, Bertram Erwin, Jr., A. B., minister, Marion. 

1888, Eufaula; s. Bertram Erwin Brown; b. Oct. 24, 1872; Rector, St. Wilfrids 
Protestant Episcopal Church, Marion, since Dec. 15, 1894. 

Clayton, Junius Pugh, A. B., lawyer, Wagoner, Ind. Ter. 

1887, Eufaula; s. Henry D. Clayton, Tuscaloosa, and Victoria Virginia Hunter; 
b. May 28, 1873; Prin., Geneva High School, 1891-92; Capt., Co. C, Ala. State Troops, 
1893-94; m. Jessie Stingley Hunter, Muscogee, Ind. Ter., Aug. 22, 1897. 

Cross, Oliver Harlan, A. B., lawyer, Waco, Tex. 

1888, Eutaw; s. James Fleming Cross, Eutaw, and Margaret Rose Dunlap; b. 
July 13, 1868; City Atty., McGregor, Tex., 1897-98; Rep., Gen. Assem., Tex., 1899. 

Crossland, William Alexander, Jr., B. C. E., engineer, Havana, 
Cuba. 

1887, Montgomery; s. William Alexander Crossland and Emily Nannie Seltzer; 



1891] Graduates with Titled Degrees 341 

b. Nov. 23, 1871; Asst. Civil Engineer, Montgomery, 1895-98; 2nd Lieut, Sth U. S. 
Vol. I, July 15, 1898, to Feb. 4, 1899, ist Lieut., Feb. 4, 1899, to May 31, 1899; Asst. 
Engineer, City of Havana, Cuba, 1899 and 1901 — ; China, 1900. 

Denson, Hugh Cowan, B. C. E., geodetic survey, Washington, 
D. C 

1887, Gadsden; s. Hon. W. H. Denson, Birmingham, and Rosa Elizabeth Cowan; 
b. May 27, 1872; Student, Boston School of Tech., 1892-93; U. S. Coast Geodetic 
Survey, 1893 — . 

Dunlap, George Hamilton, Jr., A. B., LL. B., '92, lawyer, Mobile. 

1888, Mobile; s. George Hamilton Dunlap and Sallie Savigne Lightfoot; b. Dec. 
30, 1872; LL. B., 1893, U. of Va. ; Instructor in Math., U. of Ala., 1891-92; Sec. and 
Treas., D. R. Dunlap Mfg. Co., 1893-96. 

Feagin, Jefferson Davis, A. B., lumber business, Kountze, Tex. 

1888, Union Springs; s. I. B. Feagin, Union Springs, and Sarah Hall; b. Aug. 
15, 1871; with Cameron Lumber Co., Tex. 

Foster, Arthur Borders, LL. B., (See 1890). 

Garner, James Davis, LL. B., teacher, 

1890, Anniston; b. July 3, 1861; A. B., 1888, Mercer Univ.; Prin., Tennille, 
Ga., Acad., 2 years, Asst. Supt. Pub. Schools, Kaufman, Tex., 1894-98; Grad. Student, 
Univ. of Chicago, 1898-99. 

Glover, Cato Douglass, LL. B., lawyer, Blocton. 

1890, Forkland; s. Williamson Allen Glover and Mary Sophie Hayden; b. June 
10, 1863; m. Emma Delphine Seed, Tuscaloosa, Jan. 10, 1893. 

Goodwyn, Robert Tyler, A. B., lawyer, Montgomery. 

1887, Robinson Springs, Elmore Co.; s. Albert T. Goodwyn and Priscilla Cooper 
Tyler; b. Nov. 4, 1870; Co-Prin., Cuba Acad., 1891-92; Clerk, Circuit Court, Elmore 
Co., 1892-98; m. Jessie Lancaster, Wetumpka, Nov. 21, 1895. 

Greene, Joseph Berry, A. M., (See 1890). 

Gunnells, Harry Cunningham, LL. B., teacher, Anniston. 

1890, Oxford; s. Daniel P. Gunnells, Oxford, and Susan Cunningham; b. Oct. 
I, 1868; A. B., Oxford Col., 1886; Teacher. Oxford Col., 1887-90; Prin., Pine St. 
School, Anniston, 1892-97; Supt., Anniston City Schools, 1897-98; Chief Clerk, Dept. 
of Educa., Montgomery, 1899 — ; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1900 — ; m. Ladie E. Goss, 
Harmony Grove, Ga., Nov. 26, 1896. 

Hall, Robert Greene, A. B., A. M., '94, teacher, Cleburne, Tex. 

188S, Midway; s. M. W. Hall, James, and Mary Vashti Johnston; b. Sept. 3, 
1870; Asst., Livingston Mil. Acad., 1891-92; Asst. Prin., Macon, Miss., Public Schools, 
1892-93; Prin., Palestine, Tex., Public Schools, 1893-96; Prin., Cleburne, Tex., Cen- 
tral Bldg. School, 1896—. 

Harmon, Robert Lee, LL. B., (See 1889). 

Harris, Robert Theodore, A. B., chemist, Detroit, Mich. 

1887, Tuscaloosa; s. Robert Theodore Harris, Tuscaloosa, and Stella Searcy; 
b, Nov. 27, 1871; Asst. Chemist, Parke, Davis & Co., Detroit, Mich.; m. Annie Smith, 
Detroit, Mich., June 29, 1898. 



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Hausman, Fiank, A. B., physician. West Greene. 

1887, Tuscaloosa; s. Chris Hausman and Diana Hagler; b. Sept. 19, 1869; M. 
D., Mobile, 1893; m. Myra Appling, Jasper, Feb. 12, 1895. 

Heard, George Philip, Jr., A. B., physician, Birmingham. 

1887, Georgiana; s. George Philip Heard and Ailie Ann Tillman; b. Sept. 28, 
1872; M. D., Columbia Col., N. Y., 1894; Physician, Johnson Co., Tex., 1894-97; Grad. 
Student, Med. Col., N. Y., 1897-98, Edinburgh, Scotland, and Vienna, Austria, 
1899-1900. 

Horton, John Coleman, A. M., (See 1890). 

Howze, Henry Russell, LL. B., (See 1890). 

Jmks, Charles Lynn, LL. B., (See 1888). 

Jones, Catesby ap Catesby, A. B., physician, New York. 

1887, Selma; s. Catesby ap Roger Jones, Selma, and Gertrude Tartt; b. Jan. 3, 
1870; M. D., Baltimore, Med. Col., 1893; City Physician, Selma, 1895-96; Instructor, 
N. Y. P. Grad. School & Hosp., 1897-99; Asst. Surgeon to N. Y. Ophthalmic and Aural 
Inst.; Specialist, Eye and Ear. 

*Jones, Virginius Walker, LL. B., (See 1886). 

Lavender, William Webb, LL. B., lawyer, Centreville. 

1890, Greensboro; s. William H. Lavender, Greensboro, and Jennie L. Warf; 
b Sept. 27, 1868; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1896; Solicitor, Bibb Co., 1892-1900; m. 
Ella S. Davidson, Sept. 30, 1896. 

Little, Daniel Doak, A. B., A. M., '92, minister, Montevallo. 

1889, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. George Little and Carrie Pattillo Doak; b. Nov. 5, 
1873; Teacher, 1891-96; Student, Pres. Theolog. Sem., Louisville, Ky., 1897-1900; 
Pastor, Pres. Church, Montevallo. 

Long, Clarence Henderson, B. C. E., physician, U. S. Army. 

1887, Gainesville; s. T. M. Long, Gainesville, and Annie Horn; b. Jan. 9, 1870; 
M. D., Tulane, 1896; Surgeon, rank Major, 3rd Ala. Inf., Spanish War, 1898-99; Asst. 
Surgeon, U. S. Army, Cuba, transferred to Phil. Islands, Nov., 1899, 36th Inf. 

Marlowe, Searcy, A. B., dentist, Tuscaloosa. 

1887, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. Nicholas P. Marlowe and Senie Rice Clements; b. Aug. 
3, 1871: D. D. S., Louisville Col. of Dent, 1896. 

McAlpine, John Watson, Jr., A. B., lawyer, Mobile. 

1887, Eutaw; s. John Watson McAlpine and Ellen Hope Easton; b. Feb. 5, 
1872; Solicitor, 13th Jud. Circuit, Ala., 1898 — ; m. Bessie Phares Hopper, Mobile, 
June 26, 1895. 

McGowan, George Edward, LL. B., lawyer, Elba. 

1890, Brewton; s. James McGowan, Brewton, and Amanda Moore; b. Sept. 7, 
1867; m. Maggie Terry, Abbeville, June 16, 1898. 

Mcintosh, John Robert, A. B., lawyer, Floyd, La. 

i888, Camden; s. David Mcintosh, Camden, and Carrie Werberton McDowell; 
b. Oct. 26, 1870; Teacher, Dallas Co., 1891-92; Rep., Gen. Assem., La., 1896-1900; 
Dist. Atty., 7th Jud. Dist., La., 1900-04. 



1891] Graduates with Titled Degrees 343 

McKellar, Kenneth Douglass, A. B., A. M., LL. B., '92, lawyer, 
Memphis, Tenn. 

1887, Richmond; s. J. D. W. McKellar and Caroline Howard; b. Jan. 29, 1869. 

Newton, Edward Ernest, A. B., LL. B., 92, lawyer, Evergreen. 

1887, Belleville; s. C. A. Newton and Lucy Ballard; b. April 3, 1867; Instructor 
in Physics and Astr., U. of Ala., 1891-92; Clerk, Circuit Court, Conecuh Co., 1896-98. 

Palmer, William Bradley, LL. B., (See 1889). 

Parkes, William Jay, B. C. E., civil engineer, Birmingham. 

1887, Birmingham; s. William J. Parkes, Livingston, and Mary W. Edmundson; 
b. Dec. 6, 1871; City Engineer, Woodlawn, 1891-92; U. S. R'way Mail Clerk, 1893-98; 
Capt., Co. A, ist Ala. Inf. Vol., U. S. A., Spanish W"ar, 1898; Commandant, U. of 
Ala., 1901; m. Bettie Davis Hogan, Birmingham, Sept. lo, 1896. 

Pearce, John Winbourn, LL. B., lawyer, Belton, Tex. 

1890, Oxford; s. W. J. Pearce, Ashland, and Ella J. ; b. Aug. 29, 

1872; Presidential Elector, 1896, Tex.; m. Eula Ghent, Belton, Tex., April 9, 1896. 

Pettway, John Henry, Jr., A. B., A. M., '92, book-keeper, Knox- 
ville, Tenn. 

1887, Camden; s. John Henry Pettway, Camden, and Laura Jones; b. Sept. 
8, 1870. 

Pittman, Alfred Buckner, LL. B., (See 1888). 

*Porter, Thomas Wade, LL. B., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1890, Birmingham; s. Judge M. T. Porter and Katherine J. Martin; b. Feb. 13, 
1867; d. June 4, 1897. 

Robinson, Edward Murphy, LL. B., (See 1890). 

Scale, Robert McMillan, A. B., cotton broker. New Orleans, La. 

1887, Livingston; s. R. B. Scale, Coatopa, and Malinda T. McMillan; b. March 
24, 1869; m. Marie Durmyer, Atlanta, Ga., Oct., 1897. 

Searcy, James Thomas, Jr., B. C. E., broker, Columbus, Miss. 

1887, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. James T. Searcy and Annie R. Ross; b. April 4, 1872; 
Student, Mechan. Engineering, Cornell Univ., 1891-93; Supt., Cotton Mill, 1891-93; 
m. Mattie Hester, Tuscaloosa, April 12, 1898. 

Sibert, Martin David, LL. B., (See 1888). 

Simpson, Hendree Paine, B. C. E., draughtsman, Washington, 
D. C. 

1888, Tuskegee; s. E. C. Simpson, Montgomery, and Paine; b. Nov. 7, 

1871; Asst. Instruc. Drawing, U. of Ala., 1890-91; Topographer, Ga. & Ala. R. R., 
1892; Draughtsman, Navy Dept., since 1893. 

Smith, Giles William Lawrence, A. B., lawyer, Brewton. 

1887, Midway; s. A. J. Smith, Midway, and Hattie West; b. Nov. 25, 1869; 
B. L., Georgetown, D. C; Private Sec. to Congressman Gates, 1892-93; Rep., Gen. 
Assem., Ala., 1898-99; m. Jessie Hamilton Lockhart, Waycross, Ga., Oct. 13, 1901. 



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Stallworth, James Adams, A. B., LL. B., '92, lawyer, Evergreen. 

1888, Evergreen; s. Hon. Nicholas Stallworth and Sarah Eugenia Hines; b. 
May 4, 1870. 

Thomas, Columbus Eugene, A. B., manufacturer, Prattville. 

1887, Gold Hill; s. W. C. Thomas, Gold Hill, and Emma Jane Avery; b. Feb. 
II, 1869; Pres. and Treas., Prattville Mercantile Co.; m. Gussie J. Pratt, Prattville, 
Nov. 15, 1894. 

* White, Patrick William, A. B., lawyer, Montgomery. 

1887, Montgomery; s. J. M. White | ; b. Jan. 24, 1873; d. Sept., 1897. 

Winn, Guy Westmoreland, A. B., lawyer, Clayton. 

1888, Clayton; s. James J. Winn and Mary Victoria Crews; b. March 28, 1871; 
Grad. in Law, 1895, Theology, 1898, Col. unknown. 

Wright, Julius Tutwiler, A. B., A. M., '95, teacher, Mobile. 

1889, Livingston; s. Maj. James William Albert Wright, Talladega, and Margaret 
Tutwiler; b. Feb. 2, 1871; Prin., Univ. Mil. School, Mobile, since 1892; m. Ethel Reid 
Pape, Mobile, June 12, 1900. 

1 89 1. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

Anderson, Robert Frank, (Jun.), coal dealer, Montgomery. 

1888, Montgomery; s. P. J. Anderson and Mary Eliza Dickerson; b. Aug. 
26, 1870. 

Arrington, Archibald Hunter, (Fr.), Montgomery. 

1890, Montgomery; s. Thomas Mann Arrington, Montgomery, and Mary Robins 
Goldthwaite; b. Sept. 13, 1873; Sec. to Mayor of Montgomery. 

*Atteberry, James Graves, (Sen.), Garden. 

1887, Garden, Pickens Co.; s. John W. Atteberry and Elizabeth Taylor; b. 
Feb. I, 1871; d. Jan. i, 1891. 

Auxford, Frank Oscar, (Fr.), physician, Cardiff. 

1890, Tuscaloosa Co.; s. F. M. Auxford and Sarah Sartain; b. Feb. 25, 1872; 
M. D., Atlanta; m. Bennie Agnes Mosely, Hull. 

Baldwin, Frank Barnett, (Law), lawyer. Verbena. 

1890, Verbena; s. Benjamin James Baldwin and Martha Jamison Barrett; b. 
March 14, 1871; Solicitor, jth Jud. Circuit, 1891-92; m. Mary Ellen Wingate, Ensley, 
June 20, 1894. 

Baldwin, James Crews, (Jun.), physician, James. 

1888, Union Springs: s. Philip B. Baldwin, Fitzpatrick, and Sallie P. Crews; 
b. March 4, 1872; M. D., Richmond, Va., 1895; Interne, Baltimore Charity Hosp., 
1894; m. Alma Langley, Cotton Valley, July 29, 1896. 

Barnett, Albert Edward, LL. B., '92, lawyer, Opelika. 

1890, Eufaula; s. Patrick Edward Barnett and Ellen (Virginia) Glenn; b. Nov. 
II, i860; Reg. in Chanc, 1893-98; Editor, Opelika Post, 1898-1900; m. (1) Julia 
Young, Eufaula, April 11, 1888, (2) Mamie Banks, Opelika, Jan. 6, 1892. 



1891] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 345 

Beckwith, Emmett Brinson, (Jun.), salesman, Birmingham. 

1889, Prattville; s. William Gaylord Beckwith, Prattville, and C. Celeste McCall; 
b. Nov. 25, 1871; Pianist and Head Salesman for Jesse French P. and O. Co., 1894 — ; 
m. Julia Evie Davis, Birmingham. 

Blacksher, John Jephtha, (Soph.), lumber manufacturer. Mobile. 

1890, Brewton; s. David W. Blacksher, Mobile, and Margaret McGowan; b. 
Sept. II, 1871; Treas., Blacksher Co., Mobile; m. Maysie Packer, Brewton, April 
18, 1894. 

Cobb, Jesse Malachi, (Soph.), physician. Grove Hill. 

1890, Grove Hill; s. E. Cobb; b. Sept. 6, 1871; M. D., Mobile. 

Davis, Thomas Wiley, (Law), lawyer, Thomasville. 

1890, Choctaw Co.; s. Parson Davis and Elizabeth Porter Hendricks; b. Oct. 15, 
1850; m. Mary Kate Goodwin, Choctaw Corner, Oct. .so, 1874. 

Derby, Robert Campbell, (Jun.), lumber business, Bellamy. 

1888, Gaston, Sumter Co.; s. Andrew Jackson Derby, Gaston, and Elizabeth 
Campbell; b. Jan. 12, 1872. 

Fitts, William Aylett, (Soph.), machinist, Sanford, Fla. 

1888, Birmingham; s. William Aylett Fitts and Eliza J. Watt; b. Dec. 4, 1872. 

Frazer, Thomas McCall, (Fr.), planter, Kinhaw. 

1890, Union Springs; s. Nathan Hix Frazer and Martha McCall; b. Nov. 22, 
1872; m. Sarah Hines Handle, Union Springs, April, 1892. 

Grunewald, Theodore Francis, (Soph.), New Orleans. 

1889, New Orleans, La.; s. L. Grunewald; b. Sept. 3, 1872. 

Hamilton, Peter, (Spec), agent, Baltimore, Md. 

1889, Mobile; s. Dr. Joseph C. Hamilton and Caroline Snow; Agent for Parke, 
Davis & Co. 

Hanly, John George, (Soph.), stable business, Tuscaloosa. 

1889, Tuscaloosa; s. J. S. Hanly and Mary A. Johnson; b. Aug. 7, 1874; m. 
Cleo Countess, Cottondale, Dec. 23, 1898. 

Hardie, John Alexander, (Soph.), merchant, Birmingham. 

1889, Uniontown; s. Robert Alexander Hardie, Uniontown, and Daisy Walthall; 
b. Aug. 24, 1 871; Wholesale Tobacco Dealer. 

Harkins, Edgar Maxwell. (Soph.), merchant, Fayette. 

i88g, Fa:yette; s. Walter Worth Harkins and Lula Burress; b. July 17, 1871; 
m. Mary Marion Booker, Birmingham, Nov. 11, 1899. 

*Herzberg, Herman, (Soph.), merchant, Gadsden. 

1889, Gadsden; s. Herman Herzberg and Mary Liddell; b. Aug. 9. 1872; Agent, 
White Star Steamboat Co.; m. Daisy Hagan, Gadsden, July, 1894; d. May 15, 1901. 

Hillhouse, James, Jr., (Fr.), Birmingham. 

1890, Adger; s. James Hillhouse, Sr., Adger, and Elizabeth Lowden; b. Sept. 
17, 1866; Student, Ohio St. Univ., 1891-92; State Mine Inspector, 1893-97, Chief Mine 
Inspector, 1897-98; Supt. of Mines; m. Harriet Thorp, Adger, April 21, 1893. 



346 Record of Students [1891 

Holmes, Samuel Otis, (Fr.), merchant, Huntsville. 

1890, Letohatchie; s. John P. Holmes and Susan A. L. Mathews; b. May 9, 1872; 
Merchant at Letohatchie and Huntsville. 

Hubbard, Graph John, (Ec), LL. B., '92, lawyer, Troy. 

1890, Troy; s. John P. Hubbard, Troy, and Ann G. Coombs; b. Jan. i, 1871; A. 
B., 1889, Howard; Capt, Co. H, 2nd Ala. Reg., Spanish War, 1898: Lieut., 3rd Ala. 
Vol. Inf., U. S. A., 1899; m. Camilla Hilliard, Troy, April 24, igoi. 

Hubbard, William Peden, (Fr.), lawyer, Fresno, Cal. 

1890, Tuscaloosa; s. R. H. Hubbard, Clinton, West Va., and Ida Elizabeth 
Peden; b. Aug. 2, 1872. 

Jastrem.ski, John Henry, (Sen.), clerk. New Orleans, La. 

1887, New Orleans, La.; s. Leon Jastremski, Baton Rouge, La., and Rosa Lar- 
guier; b. Aug. 7, 1869. 

Jeffrey, William Ledyard, (Soph.), Chance. 

1889, Lower Peach Tree, Wilcox Co.; s. John J. Jeffrey and Jones; b. 

Jan. 11, 1869. 

Jones, Frank Boykin, (Soph.), planter, Camden. 

1889, Camden; s. Dr. J. Paul Jones and Camilla Boykin; b. July 2, 1872; Grad. 
in Phar., Columbia Univ., N. Y. ; Mayor, Camden, 1896-97; m. Charlotte Mary Boykin, 
Camden, July 11, 1900. 

Jones, James McLean, LL. B., '92, lawyer, Greensboro. 

1890, Greensboro; s. Madison Jones, Greensboro, and Alice McLean; Mem. 
Constitu. Conv., 1901; b. July i8, 1872; m. Annie Lewis, Aug. 8, 1894. 

Jordan, William Mudd, (Soph.), physician, Birmingham. 

1889, Birmingham; s. Dr. Mortimer H. Jordan and Florence E. Mudd; b. 
Feb. 8, 1873; M. D., 1895, Col. of P. and S., Baltimore; Asst. Surgeon, rank ist 
Lieut., U. S. Marine Hosp. Ser., 1896-98; m. Augusta Sharpe, Birmingham, Dec. 
21, 1897. 

Kelley, John Henry, (Sophi), journalist, Vicksburg, Miss. 

1890, Ashville, St. Clair Co.; Lawyer at Guntersville, 1893-97; with Amer. 
Newspaper Union at Vicksburg. 

*King, Hugh Miller, (Soph.), Evergreen. 

1890, Evergreen; s. Hugh M. King, Evergreen, and Elizabeth Gordon; b. Oct. 
4, 1872; Book-keeper and Law Student; ist Lieut., Conecuh Guards, 1893-95; d. Jan. 
15. 1895. 

Klaus, Julius Leo, (Fr.), salesman, Macon, Miss. 

1890, Macon, Miss.; s. Abe Klaus, Macon, Miss., and Theresa Stridor; b. Oct. 
2, 1874. 

*Lawrence. Seaborn Waldo, (Fr.), exp. messenger, Atlanta, 
Ga. 

1890, Cedar Bluff, Cherokee Co.; s. Dr. George D. W. Lawrence, Cedar Blufi, 
and Sarah Frances Hampton; b. Oct. 27, 1869; d. Nov. 3, 1894. 



1891] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 347 

Leary, William Meriwether, (Soph.), Atlanta, Ga. 

1887-89, 1890, Montgomery; s. J. F, Leary; b. Aug. 2i, 1871. 

*Lee, Charles Winn, (Jun.), physician, Clayton. 

1889, Clayton; s. Alto Velo Lee and Lillie Lawrence; b. April 17, 1873; M. D., 
Vanderbilt, 1893; m. Nettie Passmore, Clayton, 1893; d. Sept. 25, 1895. 

LeGrand, William Homer, (Fr.), planter, Montgomery. 

1890, Montgomery; s. Milton Paul LeGrand and M. L. Jones; b. June 15, 1871; 
m. Kate Elsberry, Montgomery. 

Martin, William Irvin, (Jun.), Gadsden. 

1888, Gadsden; b. Oct. s, 1871. 

Mayfield, Peabody, (Fr.), planter, Newtonville. 

1890, Northport; s. J. J. Mayfield, Sr., Moore's Bridge, and Amanda South; 
b. Jan. 2, 1870; ni. Willie Jones, Newtonville, 1897. 

McGee, John Sampson, (Soph.), teacher, Corsicana, Tex. 

1889, Northpcrt; s. James Solomon McGee, Northport, and Catherine Deason; 
b. May 9. 1869; Student, Peabody Nor., 1895; Instructor Sou. West. Nor., Italy, Tex., 
1895-96; Supt., Coleman Public Schools, 1898-1900; Prin., Ward School, Corsicana, 
1900 — ; m. Kathryn Allison Turk, Kerens, Tex., July 5, 1898. 

Mendenhall, Ernest Dunlap, (Soph.), New York. 

1889, Mobile; s. Henry Clay Mendenhall, Mobile, and Elizabeth Bonsai; b. 
Jtine 24, 1 87.'?; Gen. Manager of all Agencies, Celluloid Starch Co. 

*Minor, John Launcelote, (Law), lawyer, Birmingham. 

1890, Birmingham; b. Sept. 6, 1863; d. 1891. 

Monroe, Horace Daniel, (Fr.), teacher, Cameron, Tex. 

1890, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. D. E. Monroe, Woodstock, and Elizabeth Jane Collier; 
b. March 9, 1870; Teacher, Cameron Col., 1896 — . 

Patty, Edward Campbell, (Sen.), salesman, Columbus, Miss. 

1887, Macon, Miss.; s. Robert C. Patty and Ella Campbell; b. Aug. 24, 1870; 
m, N. Virginia Cunningham, Macon, Miss., Sept. 17, 1898. 

Perry, Samuel Miller, (Jun.), physician, Ensley. 

1888, Tuscaloosa; s. T. J. Perry and Etta Miller; b. Aug. 19, 1873; M. D., 
Vanderbilt, 1894; m. Addie E. Cain, Glenn, Sept. 2, 1897. 

Reynolds, Frederick Knox, (Soph.), physician, Montevallo. 

1890, Montevallo; s. H. C. Reynolds and Mary Boyd; b. Sept. 20, 1871. 

Roehl, Frederick August, (Jun.), New Orleans. 

1888, New Orleans, La.; s. Herm Roehl; b. Dec. 14, 1872. 

Saunders, William Whitfield, (Law) 

1890, Henry Co.; s. George W. Saunders; b. Jan. 16, 1870. 



348 Record of Students [1891 

Sowell, Preston Brooks, (Soph.), planter, Brewton. 

1889, Brewton; s. Charles L. Sowell, Brewton, and Annie Jernigan; b. Aug. 2T, 
1869; m. Bama Blow, Conecuh Co., 1895. 

Stillman, Charles Allen, (Jun.), merchant, Birmingham. 

1889, Tuscaloosa; s. Rev. Charles Allen Stillman, Tuscaloosa, and Elfreda 
Walker; b. Feb. 5, 1873; Mem. firm of Rogers, Brown & Co., Iron, Coal and Coke 
Dealers; m. Kate Robb Williams, Birmingham, Feb. 5, 1901. 



Thompson, Charlton, (Fr.), physician, 

1890, Hurtsboro; s. C. Thompson; b. July 7, 1874; M. D., Col. unknown. 

Timmons, James Edwin, (Sen.), journalist, Lafayette. 

1889, Tuscaloosa; s. Rev. R. A. Timmons and Sardenia A. Bell; b. July 25, 
1867; Editor and Prop., Lafayette Sun; m. Annie Brock Pope, Lafayette, Dec. 
12, 1894. 

Tompkins, Charles Walsh, (Law), (See 1887). 

Warren, John Lawson, (Jun.), lawyer, Washington, D. C. 

1890, Clayton; s. Warren and Frances Lawson; b. Dec. 28, 1874; Ph. M., 

Tulane, 1894, LL. B., 1899, LL. M., 1900, Georgetown; Druggist at Clayton for three 
years. 

Werth, Duncan Scott, (Soph.), physician, St. Louis, Mo. 

1890, Montgomery; s. G. L. Werth, St. Louis, and Louisa ; b. July 

18, 1874; M. D., 1895, Marion Sims Med. Col., St. Louis; Surgeon, U. S. A., Spanish 
War, 1898; Asst. Lecturer, Marion Sims Med. Col. 

Wilkins, Henry Franklin, (Soph.), physician, Rayville, La. 

1888-89, 1890, Healing Springs, Washington Co.; s. Samuel Wilkins, Healing 
Springs, and Nancy C. Wood; b. Dec. 11, 1868; M. D., Mobile, 1893; Coroner, Rich- 
land Co., La., 1896-1903; m. Katie Williams, Rayville, La., Dec. 23, 1899. 

Wilkinson, David Leonidas, (Jun.), physician, Montevallo. 

1890, Prattville; s. Dr. J. E. Wilkinson, Prattville, and Mary Eugenia Gaston; 
b. Oct. 8, 1872; A. B., 1892, Sou. Univ., Greensboro; M. D., 1894, Tulane; Health 
Officer, Autauga Co., 1894; Surgeon, Indust. School for Girls, Montevallo, 1897 — ; 
m. Mary Shelbourne Flowers, Boiling, June i, 1897. 

Williams, Arthur Ellis, (Jun.), lawyer and planter. Central. 

1890, Wetumpka; s. Milton Williams, Wetumpka, and Mary Elizabeth Kirby; 
b. June 5, 1869; City Clerk, Wetumpka, 1892-94; Mem, Constitu. Conven., Ala., 1901. 

Wilson, Massey, LL. B., '97, lawyer, Grove Hill. 

1890, Grove Hill; s. Jack R. Wilson, Grove Hill, and Emily J. Dewolf; b. Oct. 
10, 1869; Clerk, Gen. Assem., Ala., 1893-99; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1900-1902; 
Mem. Constitu. Con v., 1901; m. Julia Dale, Oak Hill. 

Wyman, Charles Augustus, (Soph.), Tuscaloosa. 

1889, University; s. Dr. W. S. Wyman and Melissa Dearing; b. Aug. 28, 1872; 
ist Sergeant, 2nd Lieut., Co. F, 2nd Ala. Reg., U. S. Vol., Spanish War, 1898; 
Manager Commissary, Searcy Rope and Yarn Mills, Samantha. 



1892] Graduates with Titled Degrees 349 

1892. Graduates with Titled Degrees 
*Brock, Edward Wheeler, LL. B., lawyer, Butler. 

1891, Yantley; s. D. W. Brock and Sylvia Ann Watkins; b. Jan. 7, 1867; A. M., 
1887, Howard Col.; Prof, of Sci., 1888-89, Math., 1892-93, Keachi Col., La.; Instructor 
and Com'dt., Marion Mil. Inst., 1889-91; d. Oct. 25, 1900. 

Brown, James Clinton, LL. B., (See 1890). 

Brown, Robinson, LL. B., (See 1890). 

Burke, Francis Joseph, B. C. E., agent. Meridian, Miss. 

1887, Jacksonville; s. Gen. Joseph W. Burke and Kate Costello; b. Oct. 27, 
1870; Asst. Engineer, Chattanooga Sou. R'way, 1892-95; Agent, same, 1895-96; Com- 
mercial Agent, M. & O. R. R., 1897 — • 

Christian, Charles Jefferson, B. C. E., manufacturer, Shelby. 

1888, Shelby; s. Jefferson Payne Christian and Antoinette Levert Horton; b. 
Jan. 17, 1870; Asst. Supt., Blast Furnaces; m. Margarette Ellen Milner, Columbiana, 
Dec. zy, 1893. 

Clayton, Lee Johnston, A. B., lawyer, Eufaula. 

1889, Eufaula; s. Gen. Henry D. Clayton, University, and Victoria V. Hunter; 
b. Feb. 10, 1874; Teacher at Cowikee, 1893-94; Private Sec. to Congressman Clayton, 
1896 — . 

Clements, Dudley Alsey, A. B., LL. B., '94, lawyer, Tuscaloosa. 

1889-92, 1893, Tuscaloosa; s. Newton Nash Clements and Laura G. McMichael; 
b. Sept. 7, 1873; Tax Commissioner, Tuscaloosa Co., 1898-1901; m. Daisye Juanita 
Bell, Tupelo, Miss., Oct. 25, 1899. 

Dixon, James Kelley, LL. B., (See 1890). 

Dunlap, George Hamilton, Jr., LL. B., (See 1891). 

Fletcher, Shelby Sidney, A. B., LL. B., '93, lawyer, Huntsville. 

1888, Huntsville; s. Algernon Sidney Fletcher, Huntsville, and Mattie Holding; 
b. March 28, 1874; City Clerk, Huntsville, 1899 — . 

Forney, John Cortlan, A. B., A. M., '93, LL. B., '94, lawyer, Bir- 
mingham. 

1889, Jacksonville; s. William Henry Forney and Mary Eliza Woodward; b. 
Nov. 2:^, 1873; m. Anne Lee Bonholzer, Birmingham, Feb. 7, 1900. 

Foscue, Clayton, A. B., lawyer. Grove Hill. 

1888, Coffeeville; s. Jonathan Foscue and Mary E. Malone; b. March 28, 1872; 
Supt. Educa., Clarke Co., 1894-96; Clerk, Probate Court, 1897 — ; m. Mabel Clare 
Dickinson, Grove Hill, March 29, 1894. 

Gibson, Alexander Julius, A. B., clerk, Washington, D. C. 

1888, Mobile; s. James Spalding Gibson, Mobile, and Antoinette Julia Powers; 
b. May 15, 1870; Clerk, First Aud. office, U. S. Treasury Dept., 1892-1900; with Taft 
Commission, Manila, 1900-01. 



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Hausman, Edward Wiley, A. B., merchant, Tuscaloosa. 

1888, Tuscaloosa; s. Chris Hausman and Diana. A. Hagler; b. Dec. 13, 1872; m. 
Queen Mary Pratt, Blocton, April 15, 1896. 

Hayes, Marcellus Thomas, LL. B., lawyer and teacher, New 
York. 

1892, University; s. William Arnold Hayes, Norfolk, Va., and Emma Mathews; 
b. Jan. 9, 1870; Student, Randolph-Macon Col., 1887-89; Director Gym., Univ. Ala., 
1887-94; Instructor in Gym., Columbia Univ., New York, 1898-1900; Gen. Agent, Ross 
Mch. Co.; Director Gym., Trinity School, N. Y., 1901; m. Willie Kathleen Chisholm, 
of Tuscaloosa, at Monteagle, Tenn., Aug. 18, 1892. 

*Horton, Hugh Clifford, A. B., teacher, Eutaw. 

1888, Pleasant Ridge; s. Amos Horton and Sarah Elizabeth Richardson; b. Nov. 
7, 1872; Teacher, V. M. I., Tuscaloosa, 1892-95; Prin., Eutaw Male Acad., 1895-97; 
d. June 6, 1897. 

Hubbard, Graph John, LL. B., (See 1891). 

Inge, Francis James, Jr., LL. B., (See 1890). 

Jackson, Temple, A. B., lawyer, Denver, Col. 

1888, Gainesville; s. T. K. Jackson, Gainesville, and Lucy Barrett Reaves; b. 
Oct. 28, 1872; Editor, Demopolis Dispatch, 1897-1900; Admitted to bar, 1897. 

King, William Dejarnette, Jr., A. B., planter, Dancy. 

1888, Scooba, Miss.; s. William D. King and Etta Neilson; b. Aug. 23, 1870; m. 
Bessie S. Adams, Dec. 16, 1897. 

Lee, William Lovard, A. B., lawyer, Columbia. 

1887, Clayton; s. Alto Velo Lee and Lillie Lawrence; b. April 17, 1873; Mayor 
of Columbia, 1901 — ; m. Ellen Thomas, Columbia, Dec, 1896. 

Little, Daniel Doak, A. M., (See 1891). 

McKellar, Kenneth Douglass, A. M., LL. B., (See 1891). 

Miller, Richard Wright, LL. B., lawyer, Abbeville. 

1891, Abbeville; s. Lee R. Miller, Shorterville, and Martha Smith; b. Aug. 17, 
1861; Trustee, S. E. Ala. Agric. School, 1897 — ; m. Etta Gillis, Omaha, Ga., Jan. 
5, 1898. 

Moore, James Clinton, B. C. E., physician. Warrior. 

1889, Birmingham; s. John W. Moore, Birmingham, and Elizabeth F. Carnes; 
b. March 20, 1868; M. D., Univ. of Nashville, 1900. 

Murphree, Robert, A. B., live stock, Troy. 

1890, Troy; s. J. K. Murphree, Troy, and Adalaide Henderson; b. July 31, 1873; 
Student, Univ. of Va., 1889; Merchant, 1893-96. 

Newton, Edward Ernest, LL. B., (See 1891). 

*Northington, William Smith, A, B., Prattville. 

1889, Prattville; s. W. T. Northington and Ella Adelle Smith; b. March 30, 
1873; d. Aug. 28, 1893. 



1892] Graduates with Titled Degrees 351 

Park, Robert Emory, Jr., A. B., A. M., '93, teacher, Athens, Ga. 

1890, Tuskegte; s. James T. Park, LaGrange, Ga., and Emma A. Bailey; b. 
Dec. II, 1868; Supt., City Schools, Gainesville, Ga., 1893-96; Prin., Park High School, 
LaGrange, Ga., 1896-99; Prof. Rhetoric and E. Lit., Univ. of Ga., 1900 — ; Attended 
Univ. of Chicago, 1899-1900; m. Mary Belle Whelchel, Gainesville, Ga., July 14, 1896. 

Peach, Henry Edwards, dentist, Clayton. 

1888, Perote; s. John H. Peach and Susie R. Edwards; b. Sept. 3, 1870; D. D. 
S., Vanderbilt, 1895. 

Pettus, Claude, A. B., physician, Monrovia. 

1888, Elkmont, Limestone Co.; s. Dr. J. A. Pettus and Susie Cartwright; b. 
Sept. 12, 1871; M. D., Univ. of Nashville, 1896. 

Pettway, John Henry, Jr., A. M., (See 1891). 

Petty, Clarence Sibley, A. B., physician, Guthrie, Okla. 

1888, Talladega; s. James S. Petty, M. D., Gadsden, and Ada Weissinger; b. 
Nov. II, 1872; M. D., Chicago Homeop. Med. Col., 1897; Prof. Ark. (Fort Smith) 
Commercial Col., 1893-94. 

Reynolds, John Leonard, A. B., druggist, Ozark. 

1889, Skipperville; s. R. D. Reynolds, Ozark, and Mary Francis Cook; b. April 
12, 1870; m. Laura Imogene Steagall. 

Stallworth, James Adams, LL. B., (See 1891). 

Street, Thomas Atkins, A. B., A. M., '93, LL. B., '94, lawyer, 
Nashville, Tenn. 

1890, Guntersville ; s. Thomas Atkins Street and Julia Ann Beard; b. March 
14, 1872; Instructor, U. of Ala., 1892-93; Teacher at Blossburg, 1893-94; Adj. Prof, 
of Law, Vanderbilt, 1900 — . 

Thomas, George Lane, Jr., A. B., clerk, Macon, Ga. 

1889, Birmingham; s. George L. Thomas, Birmingham, and Angeline Eggerton; 
b. March 8, 1873; Postal Clerk, U. S. Mail Service. 

Thornton, St. Clair, LL. B., teacher, Clanton. 

1 89 1, Clanton; s. L. A. Thornton, Clanton, and Ann H. Dodson; b. June 
4. 1871. 

Watlington, Thomas Morgan, LL. B., lawyer, San Antonio, Tex. 

189 1, Dayton; s. T. S. Watlington, Dayton, and Fannie Morgan; b. Nov. 22, 
1869; B. S., A. & M. Col. of Ala., 1889; m. Bertha Griesenbeck, San Antonio, Tex., 
Feb. 12, 189s. 

Willett, Archibald Myott, A. B., lawyer, Carrollton. 

1889, Carrollton; s. Elbert Decatur Willett and Candace M. Bostwick; b. Feb. 
9, 1874; LL. B., 1895, Georgetown Univ. 

Williams, Judge Sterling, A. B., lawyer, Clayton. 

1890, Clayton; s. J. N. Williams, Clayton, and Mary Elizabeth Screws; b. March 
26, 1873; Mayor, Clayton, 1899; Enrolling Clerk, Gen. Assem., Ala., 1899; Clerk, 
Constitu. Convention, 1901. 



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Willoughby, Julius Edgar, B. C. E., agent, Blount Springs. 

1888, Blount Springs; s. John P. Willoughby, Birmingham, and Mary Jane 
Cozby; b. Oct. 12, 1871; Trav. Land Agent, L. & N. R. R. ; m. Mary Alice Byars, 
Blount Springs, Oct. 17, 1895. 

1892. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

Ball, Sumter Mays, (Jun.), Atlanta, Ga. 

1890, Birmingham; s. George C. Ball; b. March 21, 1873; Cashier, E. & W. 
R'way, 1893; V. Pres. and Treas., American Rail Trust Co. 

Brandon, William Woodward, (Law), lawyer, Tuscaloosa. 

1891, Tuscaloosa; s. Rev. F. T. J. Brandon and Carrie Woodward; b. June s, 
1868; City Clerk, Tuscaloosa, 1887-91; Mem., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1896-1901; Adjt. Gen., 
State Troops, 1899 — > Capt., Co. F, 2nd Ala. Vol., Spanish War., promoted to Major, 
1898; Clerk, Constitu. Convention, 1901; m. Mrs. Lizzie Nabors (nee Andrews), June 
27, 1900. 

Brumby, Robert Mongin, (Soph.), orange grower, Dunedin, Fla. 

1890, Mobile; s. J. R. Brumby; b. Feb. 9, 1873; Trav. Salesman, Marietta, Ga., 
Chair Co.; Private, U. S. Vol., Spanish War, 1898; m. Anne Clare Neville, Goodman, 
Miss., June 19, 1901. 

Christian, Leroy Abda, (Soph.), Birmingham. 

1890, Shelby; s. J. P. Christian, Shelby, and Annet Levert Horton; b. May 
22, 1874; B. S., A. P. I., 1896; Gen, office work for Birmingham Machine Foundry 
Co., since 1896; m. Eloise Bell, June 30, 1898. 

Christian, Lewis Earle, (Soph.), Shelby. 

1890, Shelby; s. J. P. Christian and A. S. Horton; b. Feb. 21, 1872; Time- 
keeper, Shelby Iron Works. 

Collins, Oscar Hopkins, (Law), teacher, Lebanon. 

1891, Fort Payne; s. T. B. Collins, Locker, Tex., and Mary Catherine Malone; 
b. Aug. 4, 1869; City Clerk, Fort Payne, 1893-95; Private, Co. D, ist Ala. Reg. Vol., 
Spanish War, 1898. 

Davidson, Richard Breckenridge, (Fr.) ....;... 

1891, Tuscaloosa; s. J. O. Davidson; b. Aug. 14, 1868. 

Dew, Joseph Jackson, (Law), planter and lawyer, Eutaw. 

1891, Eutaw; s. Joseph Dew, Shuqualak, Miss., and Nancy Neal; b. March 24, 
1868; Mayor of Eutaw, 1894-1900; m. Lula Orlean Allen, West, Tex., Dec. s, 1895. 

Downey, Florence Edward, (Sen.), iron mining, Birmingham. 

1888, Birmingham; s. Florence Thomas Downey and Elodie Caroline Truche; 
b. Nov. 20, 1870. 

Ely, Toby, (Fr.), merchant, Demopolis. 

1 89 1, Demopolis; s. Morris Ely, Demopolis, and Angelena Kohn; b. July 
18, 1876. 

Fitch, Charles Bradfield, (Fr.), Snow Hill. 

1891, Snow Hill, Wilcox Co.; s. L. H. Fitch and Frances Emeline Hobdy; b. 
Feb. 22, 1875. 



1892] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 353 

Fitts, Henry John, (Soph.), lawyer, Birmingham. 

1 89 1, Anniston; s. Rev. Philip Augustus Fitts and Sophia Cochrane; b. April 
II, 1875; m. Florence Dallam Dudley, Henderson, Ky., Oct. 6, 1897. 

Galhon, Thomas Travis, (Soph.), physician, Demopolis. 

1890, Demopolis; s. Joe Gallion, Demopolis, and Stacia Ann Russell; b. April 
IS, 1871; M. D., 189s, Louisville Med. Col. 

Gordon, George Edwards, (Soph.), LL. B., '93, lawyer, Hayne- 
ville. 

1890, Lowndesboro; s. James K. Gordon, White Hall, and Tabitha H. Edwards; 
b. Feb. 20, 1871; m. Mary Robinson, Huntsville, Tex., Dec. 13, 1893. 

*Hill, William Kerr, (Soph.), druggist, Carrollton. 

1890, Carrollton; s. Samuel H. Hill and Virginia Kerr; b. March 8, 1875; d. 
Nov. s, 1895. 

Hixson, Andrew Lee, (Soph.), trav. salesman, Birmingham. 

1 89 1, Union Springs; s. Rev. J. O. Hixson and Mattie Thurman Brown; b. 
Feb. I, 1871. 

Jones, Houston, (Fr.), lawyer, Mobile. 

1891, Stone, Pickens Co.; s. Dr. J. C. H. Jones and Mary Matilda Crook; b. 
Feb. 28, 1875; LL. B., 1897, Vanderbilt. 

Kemper, Charles Delaware, (Jun.), sugar planter, Duboin, La. 

1889, Glencoe, La.; s. William Peter Kemper, Glencoe, La., and Monica Rogers; 
b. Nov. 23, 1873; Asst. Mgr. CafFrey Central Sugar Refinery, 1896-99; m. Emma 
Trere, Franklin, La., Jan. 12, 1898. 

Lee, Howard Nash, (Jun.), planter, Fitrman. 

1890, Furman; s. Louis Lovard Lee and Mrs. Anne Eliza Gulley (nee Nash); 
b. Aug. II, 1874. 

Leland, William Archibald, Jr., (Jun.), merchant, Tuscaloosa. 

1889, Tuscaloosa; s. W. A. Leland and Ella McLester; b. May 14, 1873; with 
J. Snow Hardware Co. until 1901; Treasurer, Tuscaloosa Co., 1900-04; Manager, 
Leland Hardware Co.; m. Myrtle Griffin, Dyersburg, Tenn., 1896. 

McClellan, Thomas Cowan, (Soph.), lawyer, Athens. 

1890, Athens; s. Robert A. McClellan and Aurora Pryor; b. Jan. ii, 1873; 
Mayor of Athens 2 years; Trustee, U. of Ala., 1899 — ; m. Emily Horton, Athens, 
Dec. 20, 1894. 

McMillan, Francis Marion, (Soph.), lumbering. Pine Barren. 

1890, Brewton; s. Allen Marion McMillan and Sarah Elizabeth McDavid; b. 
Sept. 4, 1871. 

Moody, George Chatham, (Fr.), drummer, 

1891, Dothen; s. J. Moody, Jr., and Maggie McMillan; b. Oct. 9, 1872. 

Pruitt, Allen Powell, (Fr.), merchant, Fort Deposit. 

1891, Fort Deposit; s. Mack Pruitt, Fort Deposit, and Patty Powell; b. Oct. 
25. 1872. 

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Purifoy, Seaborn William, (Jun.), physician, Lowndesboro. 

1890, Furman; s. Edmond Hobdy Purifoy, Marion, and Mary Harville; b. 
June 15, 1873; M. D., 1894, Kentucky School of Med.; m. Daisy Winston Brown, 
Lowndesboro, May 7, 1901. 

Robertson, Douglass Beatty, (Jun.), merchant, Tuscaloosa. 

1889, Tuscaloosa; s. Isham Robertson and Sarah A. Cameron; b. July 21, 1871; 
Clerk, Tax Collector and Assessor, Tuscaloosa, 1898 — . 

Russell, Cyrus George, (Soph.), trav. salesman. Mobile. 

1890, Mobile; s. Thomas Sweatland Russell and Caroline Virginia Hosfeldt; b. 
Jan. 21, 1874; m. May Whiting Pritchard, Mobile, June 27, 1899. 

Smith, James Edward, (Fr.), planter and lawyer, 

1891, Newburgh; s. William M. Smith; b. Oct. 27, 1&72. 

Smith, Thomas Sherburn, (Soph.), merchant Prattville. 

1890, Prattville; s. Calvin Whitiield Smith and Calista Smith; b. May 18, 1872. 

Stewart, William Jefferson, (Soph.) 

1 89 1, White Oak Springs, Barbour Co.; s. C. F. Stewart; b. July 21, 187 1. 

Strickland, Luther Martin, (Fr.), Sumpter. 

1891, Woodstock; s. Wilson Strickland and Lucanda Herring; b. Dec. 31, 1874. 

Tannebaum, Herman, (Fr.), merchant, Mobile. 

1891, Livingston; s. Moses Tannebaum and Hannah Levy; b. Feb. 3, 1876. 

Thomas, Elias Perry, (Jun.), lawyer, Clayton. 

1891, Clayton; s. Elias Hugh Thomas and Nancy A. Hays; b. Aug. 26, 1872; 
Mayor, Clayton, 1899-1901; m. Little Nell Pritchett, Hayneville, April 18, 1900. 

Todd, Wyeth, (Fr.), planter, Guntersville. 

189 1, Guntersville; s. William H. Todd and Louise Weiss Wyeth; b. Oct. 
ID, 1872. 

Walker, Francis Thomas, (Soph.), Pullman conductor, Gurley. 

1890, Gurley; s. E. F. Walker; b. Aug. 18, 1873. 

Walthour, Henry Clayton, (Fr.), cotton business, Savannah, Ga. 

1891, Clayton; s. A. M. Walthour, Savannah, Ga., and Sarah Bowler Clayton; 
b. Feb. 22, 1874. 

Ward, George Lafayette, (Fr.) 

1891, Prattville; s. R. L. Ward; Feb. 27, 1875. 

White, William Monroe, (Soph.), electrician, New Orleans, La. 

1890, Fort Payne; s. Thomas B. White, Birmingham, and Dicy Jane Kirby; 
b. Nov. 20, 1871; B. E., Tulane, 1899; Electrician, Red River Line, 1894-99; Asst 
Gen. Manager, New Orleans Drainage Plant, 1900 — . 

Whitten, Charles Alvin, (Law), lawyer, Hayneville. 

189 1, Lowndesboro; s. Charles H. Whitten, Lowndesboro, and Christiana Tur- 
ner; b. Sept. 1, 1869; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1894-95; County Solicitor, Lowndes 
Co., 189s; m. Clyde Hearn, Atlanta, Oct. 5, 1891. 



1893] Graduates with Titled Degrees 355 

1893. Graduates with Titled Degrees 
Abbott, John, B. M. E., electrical engineer, Ruston, La. 

1889, Tuscaloosa; s. J. O. Abbott, Tuscaloosa, and Emily Gay; b. Nov. 29, 
1873; Engineer, Dallam Co., Tex., 1894-95; m- Hallie Abbott, Okolona, Miss., Dec. 
30, 1897. 

Adams, William Mitchell, A. B., lawyer, Clanton. 

1890, Tuscaloosa; s. Samuel Adams and Ann Mitchell; b. Jan. 17, 1873; m. 
Annie W. Dennis, Clanton, Dec. 8, 1897. 

Alexander, Edward Robert, A. B., LL. B., 1900, lawyer, Tus- 
kegee. 

1889, Tuskegee; s. J. M. Alexander, Tuskegee, and Lou Varner; b. Oct. 23, 
1871. 

Bankhead, William Brockman, A. B., A. M., lawyer, Huntsville. 

1889, Fayette, s. Hon. J. H. Bankhead and Tallulah James Brockman; b. April 
12, 1874; LL. B., Georgetown; Clerk, Com. on Pub. Bldgs. and Grounds, Washington, 
D. C„ 1893-95; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1900-02; m. Adalaide Eugene Sledge, Mem- 
phis, Tenn., Jan. 31, 1900. 

*Brothers, George Absalom, A. B., LL. B., '96, planter, Zula. 

1889, Cane Creek, Calhoun Co.; s. Dr. P. H. Brothers and Ginsey Downing; 
b. May i8, 1872; d. June 26, 1900. 

*Bush, Felix Tarrant, A. B., merchant, Memphis, Tenn. 

1890, Mobile; s. J. C. Bush, Mobile, and Ruth S. Tarrant; b. Jan. 28, 1876; 
d. Nov. 30, 1894. 

Cope, Robert Emmet Lee, LL. B., lawyer. Union Springs. 

1892, Union Springs; s. Wilson A. Cope, Indian Creek, and Margaret M. 
Phillips; b. Sept. 28, 1872; m. Lucy A. Park, Three Notch, Nov. 28, 1894. 

Ferguson, Burr, A. B., physician, New York. 

1889, Birmingham; s. F. S. Ferguson and Laura Burr; b. Dec. 21, 1872; M. D., 
1896, Col. of P. & S., N. Y.; Treas., Colonial Press, N. Y., 1900; m. Pauline Gray, 
New York, April 29, 1899. 

Fletcher, Shelby Sidney, LL. B., (See 1892). 

Forney, John Cortlan, A. M., (See 1892). 

Foster, Clement C, A. B., teacher, Smithville, Tex. 

1889, Tuscaloosa; s. Joshua H. Foster and Frances Cornelia Bacon; b. July i, 
1872; Prin., Citrom-lle High School, 1893-94. City High School, Taylor, Tex., 1896-98; 
Prof. Languages, Keatchie, La., Col., 1894-96; Supt., City Schools, Smithville, Tex., 
1898 — ; m. Mattie Shaw, Taylor, Tex., July 3, 1900. 

Franklin, Charles Moore, A. B., physician, Union Springs. 

1890, Union Springs; s. Dr. C. H. Franklin and Lula Banks; b. Sept. 20, 1873; 
M. D., 1898, Columbia Univ., N. Y. 

Gordon, George Edward, LL. B., (See 1892). 



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Graves, Bibb, B. C. E., lawyer, Montgomery. 

1890, Montgomery; s. David Graves and Mattie Bibb.; b. April i, 1873; LL. B., 
Yale, 1896; Instructor, U. of Ala., 1893; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1898-1901; Asst. 
Adjt.-Gen., A. N. G., 1898 — ; m. Dixie Bibb, Montgomery, Oct. 10, 1900. 

Grayson, David Allison, A. B., A. M., '94, LL. B., '95, lavi^yer, 
Huntsville. 

1889, Gurley; s. John William Grayson, Gurley, and Sallie Smith Allison; 
b. Aug. 6, 1871; m. Narnette Magruder DuBose, Courtland, Nov. 39, 1900. 

Henderson, Harry, LL. B., insurance, Montgomery. 

1892, Brewton; s. John M. Henderson, Brewton, and Laura Gary; b. Dec. 25, 
1869; m. Minnie Downing, Brewton, April 25, 1894. 

*Hibbard, John Leslie, A. B., {Post Obit), Birmingham. 

1889, Birmingham; s. Bertrand Lesly Hibbard, Monroeville, and Sallie Buena 
Vista Leslie; b. Feb. 14, 1874; d. Jan. 16, 1893. 

Hollo way, Joseph Lee, LL. B., lawyer, Montgomery. 

1892, Montgomery; s. John David Holloway and Georgia Hastletine Brun- 
didge; b. Jan. 6, 1871; m. Annie May Ogburn, Tuscaloosa, Oct. 29, 1895. 

*Holtzclaw, James Thaddeus, Jr., A. B., A. M., '94, LL. B., '95, 
Montgomery. 

1890, Montgomery; s. Gen. James Thaddeus Holtzclaw and Mary Billingslea 
Cowles; b. July 12, 1873; Law Student, Harvard Univ., 1894-95; d- on Steamship 
Kensington, about 300 miles from New York City, Sept. 29, 1895. 

*Johnston, Daniel Bascom, A. B., teacher, Alexandria, La. 

1889, DeSotoville; s. H. B. Johnston, DeSotoville, and Martha F. Thompson; 
b. May 5, 1874; Teacher in Alexandria Public Schools; m. Mena Smith, Robeline, La., 
June 24, 1896; d. Oct. 30, 1898. 

Johnston, Hardee, A. B., physician, Birmingham. 

1890, Birmingham; s. W. H. Johnston, Birmingham, and Kathleen Gage; b. 
Nov. I, 1874; M. D., Univ. of Va., 1895; ist Lieut., Asst. Surgeon, ist Ala. Reg. Vol., 
Spanish War, 1898; m. Daisy Lewis, Birmingham, Oct. 30, 1901. 

Jones, Reginald Dawson, A. B., planter, Camden. 

1889, Univer.sity; s. Gen. R. C. Jones, Camden, and Stella Hamilton Boykin; 
b Feb. 10, 1871. 

Keller, William Simpson, B. C. E., civil engineer, Tuscumbia. 

1889, Tuscumbia; s. Arthur H. Keller, Tuscumbia, and Sally Simpson; b. 
Feb. 20, 1874. 

Kyser, James Henry, A. B., physician, Richmond. 

1889, Richmond; s. Dr. George W. Kyser and Sallie Patton; b. March 12, 1872; 
M. D., Tulane, 1897. 

Little, John, Jr., A. B., minister, Louisville, Ky. 

1889, Tuscaloosa; s. John Little, Tuscaloosa, and Amanda M. Harris; b. April 
29, 1874; B. D., Louisville Pres. Theolog. Sem., 1899. 



1893] Graduates with Titled Degrees 357 

Manassas, Jacob Lipman, A. B., physician, Philadelphia, Pa. 

1890, Clayton; s. Leopold Manassas, Clayton, and Jacobine Marks; b. May 24, 
1874; M. D., 1898, Medico Clinurgical Col., Philadelphia; Demonstrator and Asst. 
Physician, Medico Clinurgical Hospital; Police Surgeon, Dept. Pub. Safety, 1900 . 

Maxwell, Thomas Harris, B. M. E., civil engineer, Matanzas, 
Cuba. 

1890, Tuscaloosa; s. James Robert Maxwell and Eugenia Harris; b. Sept. 8, 
1872; Supt., Tusc. Compress, 1893-96; R. R. Contractor and Civil Engineer, 1896-98; 
Sergeant, Co. M., 3rd Reg., U. S. Engineers, Vol., Spanish War, 1898-99; Asst. Engi- 
neer, War Dept. in Cuba, 1899 — • 

*McGiffert, James Henry, LL. B., merchant, Eutaw. 

1892, Eutaw; s. J. H. McGiffert; b. Mar. 28, 1870; d. 1900. 

*McLeod, John Knox, A. B., physician, Coy. 

1890, Lower Peach Tree; s. John McLeod, Lower Peach Tree, and Cornelia 
Robison; b. March 26, 1874; d. at Tinela, Monroe Co., March 19, 1896. 

Meyer, Carl George, A. B., merchant, Mobile. 

1890, Mobile; s. John Jacob Meyer and Fannie Keller; b. July 6, 1872; m. Loulie 
Burgess, Mobile, Oct. 18, 1899. 

Mitchell, Charles Erastus, LL. B., lawyer, Hamilton. 

1892, Hamilton; s. Andrew D. Mitchell, Thorn Hill, and Lourilda E. Cagle; b. 
Sept. 2, 1868; Supt. Educa., Marion Co., 1900 — ; m. Leota Ford, Hamilton, Nov. 
25, 1896. 

Morrow, Hugh, A. B., LL. B., '94. A. M., '95, lawyer, Birming- 
ham. 

1889, Birmingham; s. John Calhoun Morrow and Mary Antoinette Walker; b. 
May 19, 1872; Instructor English, U. of Ala., 1893-94; Asst. Solicitor, Jefferson Co., 
1896-99; State Senator, 1900-04; m. Margaret Julia Smith, Birmingham, June 9, 1897. 

Moseley, William Legarde, A. B., book-keeper. Union Springs. 

1890, Union Springs; s. F. M. Moseley and Nettie Pledger; b. Jan. 12, 1872. 

Powers, James Pinckney, A. B., planter, Stewart. 

1889, 1896-07, Tuscaloosa; s. James P. Powers, Tuscaloosa, and Julia Croom 
Williams; b. Nov. 17, 1873. 

Proctor, John Franklin, LL. B., lawyer, Scottsboro. 

1892, Scottsboro; s. F. Proctor, Maynards Cave, and Mary E. Bynum; b. 
Sept. 4, 1870; Asst. Clerk, Gen. Assem., Ala., 1892-95; Sec, State Senate, 1896-99; 
Solicitor, Jackson Co., 1898 — ; Mem., Constitu. Conv., 1901; m. Stella Moody, Scotts- 
boro, Feb., 1898. 

Rockett, William Richardson, A. B., Birmingham. 

1889, Birmingham; s. J. R. Rockett and Ida Richardson; b. March 30, 1872; 
Manager, Maloney Directory Co. 

Safifold, Ray Phillips, A. B., LL. B., '94, A. M., '98, teacher, San 
Francisco, Cal. 

1890, Selma; s. Benjamin Franklin Saffold and Mary Ellen Brown; b. June 
I7i 1873; Admini.strator, Dallas Co., 1895-97; Teacher in High School, 1900 — ; m. 
Cammie Robbins, Selma, Aug. 18, 1897. 



358 Record of Students [1893 

Searcy, Battle Sorsby, A. B., dentist, Tuscaloosa. 

1889, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. James T. Searcy and Annie R. Ross; b. Nov. 20, 
1873; D. D. S., Baltimore Col. Dent. Surg.; Student, Penn. Indus. School of Arts, 
1893-94; Supt., Cotton Mill at Samantha, 1894-96. 

Simpson, John Hobdy, A. B., journalist, Birmingham. 

1889, Furman; s. John W. Simpson and Lavinia Hobdy; b, Jan. 29, 1872; 
Advertising Writer for Daily Ledger. 

Smith, Daniel Holt, A. B., machinery business, Birmingham. 

1890, Anniston; s. Benjamin Franklin Smith and Sarah Asenath Holt; b. Oct. 
4, 1872. 

Smith, Lawrence Avery, LL. B., Sturkie. 

1892, Gold Hill; b. Jan. 26, 1868. 

Smith, Robert Clanton, LL. B., lawyer, Opelika. 

1892, Cusseta, Chambers Co.; s. Dr. Lawrence Smith, Cusseta, and Susan Eliza- 
beth Harrell; b. April 13, 1872; B. S., 1891, A. & M., Col. of Ala.; m. Odille Orme 
Hudmon, Opelika, Oct. 10, 1895. 

Steagall, Henry Bascom, LL. B., lawyer, Ozark. 

1892, Ozark; s. Dr. W. C. Steagall, Abbeville, and Mary Jane Peacock; b. May 
19. 1873; County Solicitor, Dale Co.; m. Sallie Mae Thompson, Tuskegee, Dec 
27, 1900. 

Street, Thomas Atkins, A. M., (See 1892). 

Thetford, William Fletcher, Jr., A. B., LL. B., '94, lawyer, Colum- 
biana. 

1890, Talladega; s. Dr. William F. Thetford, Talladega, and Cora A. Johnston; 
b. Aug. 13, 1873; Mayor, Columbiana, 1898-99. 

Thornton, John Blocker, LL. B., (See 1890). 

Walker, William Mudd, A. B., LL. B., '95, lawyer, Birmingham. 

1889, 1894, Birmingham; s. William Augustus Walker, Birmingham, and Vir- 
ginia Taylor Mudd; b. April 27, 1873; Capt., 5th Immunes, U. S. Vol. Inf., 1898-99, 
Spanish War. 

Weil, Leon, LL. B., lawyer, Montgomery. 

1892, Montgomery; s. Henry Weil and Janetta Simon; b. March 20, 1873; "i. 
Mamie Oriel, Montgomery, Jan. 10, 1900. 

*Wooten, Richard Council, A. B., LL. B., '94, merchant, Mc- 

Kinley. 

1889, McKinley; s. Council B. Wooten and Caroline Wooten; b. April 18, 1873; 
m. Annie Amelia Edwards, McKinley, Feb. 4, 1896; d. Nov. 12, 1900. 

Wright, Joseph Darlington, A. B., lawyer, Washington, D. C. 

1890, Clayton; s. James A. Wright, Clayton, and Martha Cash; b. Sept. s, 
1872; LL. B., Georgetown, Univ., 1897, LL. M., 1898; Teacher, Jacksonville State 
Normal, 1893-96. 



1893] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 359 

1893. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 
Abbott, Eli, (Spec), University. 

1892, Tuscaloosa; s. J. O. Abbott and Emily Gay; b. April i, 1869; B, S., 1888, 
A. & M. Col., Miss.; Instructor in Gym., U. of Ala., 1894 — ; Quartermaster, U. of 
Ala., 1898 — ; m. Idah llausman, Tuscaloosa, Sept. 2, 1896. 

Auxford, Yerby Turner, (Fr,), merchant and planter, Hull. 

1892, Hull, Tuscaloosa Co.; s. F. M. Auxford and Sarah Sartain; b. Sept. 
I, 1872. 

Brasfield, William Glover, (Soph.), merchant, Tishabee. 

1892, Forkland; s. J. S. Brasfield, Demopolis, and Marie Willie Glover; b. 
Nov. 15, 1875. 

Burke, Edward Clarke, (Soph.), freight clerk, Montgomery. 

1891, Montgomery; s. Hon. M. C. Burke, Montgomery, and Anna Ida Inge; 
b. Sept. 9, 1874. 

Campbell, Adron LaFayette, (Law), lawyer, Blocton. 

1892, Blocton; s. Jasper Newton Campbell, Blocton, and Axie Elizabeth Broad- 
head; b. July 24, 1873; Sec. Campbell Coal and Coke Co.; m. Carrie E. Campbell. 

Campbell, Charles Monroe, (Spec), physician, Scottsville. 

1893, Blocton: s. Jasper Newton Campbell, Blocton, and Axie Elizabeth Broad- 
head; b. May 14, 1867; M. D., 1894, Univ. of Tenn. ; m. Leila Jones, Centerville. 
Feb. 2S, 1892. 

Chambliss, Nathaniel Rives, Jr., (Soph.), officer, U. S. Army. 

1892, Selma; s. Nathaniel Rives Chambliss, Baltimore, Md., and Anna Hardee; 
b. Oct. 23, 187s; ist Lieut., 3rd Ala. Vol. Inf., 1898-99, Spanish War, Appointed 2nd 
Lieut., U. S. A., April 10, 1899. 

Cochrane, John Taylor, (Soph.), Tuscaloosa. 

1 89 1, Tuscaloosa; s. William Gilbert Cochrane, Tuscaloosa, and Lily Taylor; 
b. June 24, 1874; Supt., Tuscaloosa Belt R'way Co., 1894-1900; Pres., Carrollton 
and Reform R. R. ; m. Alice Searcy, Tuscaloosa. 

Collins, Joseph Todd, Jr., (Law), lawyer, Birmingham. 

1893, Gallion; s. James T. Collins, Gallion, and Kathleen Davis; B. S., Howard 
Col., 1892. 

Crow, Walter Austin, (Jun.), merchant, Waxahatchie, Tex. 

1891, Florence; s. Dr. C. A. Crow and Annie E. Thaxton; b. Oct. 27, 1874. 

Cunningham, George, (Fr.) 

1892, Mongin, Russell Co.; b. Feb. 8, 1871. 

Davis, Robert Merritt, (Jun.), physician, Prattville. 

1890, Prattville; s. Dr. B. F. Davis, Prattville, and Elizabeth Frith; b. April 
a4, 1874; M. D., Tulane, 1895; Health officer, Autauga Co., 1896-99; m. Bessie Pratt 
Mims, Prattville, April 21, 1896. 



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Duncan, Oscar Dibble, (Soph.), officer, U. S. Navy. 

1 89 1, Gadsden; s. John W. Duncan, Gadsden, and Mary F. Moragne; b. July 
II, 1874; Grad., U. S. Naval Acad., 1897; Signal officer. Flagship New York, Spanish 
War, now Ensign (1900), U. S. Navy. 

Ennis, Richard Garrett, (Ec), agent, Meridian. 

1892, Livingston; s. Robert W. Ennis, Livingston, and Annie Garrett; b. Sept. 
24, 1873; Trav. Agent for Eagle Oil Mills. 

Epes, WilHam Perry, (Fr.), clerk, Newport News, Va. 

1892, Tuscaloosa; s. Horace Hardaway Epes, Newport News, Va., and Mary 
Ella Chilton; b. June 6, 1877; Clerk, Cashier's office, Newport News Shipbuilding 
& Dry Dock Co. 

Ford, Lee Drake, (Fr.), planter, Huntsville. 

1892, Huntsville; s. John J. Ford; b. Jan. 10, 1876; m. Ellen Robinson, 
Meridianville, Oct., 1900. 

Foster, Ephraim Hubbard, (Law), (See 1887). 

Frazer, Thomas Sidney, (Soph.), LL. B., '96, lawyer, Union 
Springs. 

1890-93, 189s, Union Springs; s. Judge Sidney Thomas Frazer and Cornelia 
Smith; b. March 17, 1872. 

Greil, Benjamin Sidney, (Jun.), merchant, Montgomery. 

1890, Montgomery; s. Jacob Greil and Mena Lobman; b. Nov. 17, 1873; m. 
Miriam Forcheimer, Mobile, Feb. 16, 1898. 

Henderson, Samuel Wilden, (Jun.), engineer, Alamagordo, New 
Mex. 

1 89 1, Talladega; s. John Henderson, Talladega, and Louise Inzer; b. May 29, 
1873; Clerk, 1893-94; Mining Engineer, 1894-97; Bridge Engineer, El Paso & N. E. 
R. R., 1897-99. 

Hill, Wiley Croom, (Soph.), LL. B., '95, lawyer, Montgomery. 

1892-93, 1894, Montgomery; s. Luther L. Hill, Montgomery, and Laura S. 
Croom; b. Sept. 6, 1876; Clerk County Court, Montgomery, 1895-97; m. Mary Ellen 
Blue, Montgomery, Nov. 30, 1898. 

Hoskins, Lee Paine, (Fr.), book-keeper, Orvisburg, Miss. 

1892, Meridian, Miss.; s. R. B. Hoskins, Meridian, and Ida Daves; b. April 3, 
1876; Mayor of Orvisburg, 1899-1901; Cashier, Champion Lumber Co.; m. Daisy 
Marion, Poplarville, Miss., June 14, 1900. 

Inzer, John Allen, (Law), (See 1890). 

Kendrick, Fletcher Comer, (Fr.), book-keeper, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1892, Luverne; s. James E. Kendrick and Fannie Riley; b. Dec. 3, 1876. 

Little, William Gray, (Ec), planter and stock raiser, Livingston. 

1889-91, 1892-93, Livingston; s. William Gray Little, Livingston, and Laura 
Jane Hibbler; b. Aug. 29, 1873; Student, Phillips Acad., 1891-92; m. Bessie Roy- 
croft Bradshaw, Livingston, Dec. 7, 1897. 



1893] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 361 

Luedderman, Max, (Ec), lawyer and editor, Antelope, Ore. 

1892, Tuscurabia; s. G. Luedderman, Tuscumbia, and Johanna Chisholra; b. 
Se])t. .29, ;873; LL. B., Cumberland Univ., 1896; City Recorder, 1899-1900; U. S. 
Commissioner, 1899 — •• 

Mastin, Theophilus Lacy, (Fr.), Huntsville. 

1892, Huntsville; s. William J. Mastin and Fannie Lacy; b. July 2, 1874; now 
Med. Student, Univ. of Pa. 

Matthews, Elliot Robertson, Jr., (Fr.), book-keeper, Huntsville. 

1892, Huntsville; s. E. R. Matthews, Huntsville, and Fannie W. Scruggs; b. 
Dec. 28, 1877. 

McArthur, William, (Law) 

1892, Bessemer; b. June 25, 1871. 

McConnico, Frank Hawthorne, (Jun.), physician, Montgomery. 

1892, Allenton, Wilcox Co.; s. W. W. McConnico and Sarah E. Hawthorne; 
b. Sept. 24, 1874; M. D., 1899, Tulane. 

Newman, Olin Berry, (Soph.), teacher, Bessemer. 

1892, Tuscaloosa; s. Rev. John W. Newman, and Hannah Ward Berry; b. Nov. 
i6, 1876; A. B., Sou. Univ., 1895; Teacher in Fla., 1896, Bessemer, 1897, Waverly, 
1898-1900; m. Nannie Quinn, Bessemer, June, 1897. 

*Noble, Sam, (Law), cotton factor, Anniston, 

1892, Anniston; s. William Noble and Linda J. Hamel; b. Feb. 23, 1873; Sgt., 
ist Ala. Vol., Spanish War, 1898; d. Sept. 23, 1898. 

*Prude, Thomas Owen, (Fr.), planter, Tuscaloosa. 

1892, Tuscaloosa; s. W. W. Prude and Martha Amanda Robertson; b. Aug. 
24, 1871; d. Nov. 8, 1898. 

Riddle, David Henry, (Law) 

1892, Ashland; s. J. A. Riddle; b. Dec. 25, 1870. 

Savage, Frank Marion, (Soph.), officer, U. S. Army. 

1892, Centre; s. Robert Russell Savage and Elizabeth Reed Morrison; b. April 
3, 1873; Grad., U. S. M. Acad., 1897. 

Steiner, James Henry, (Law), salesman, Greenville. 

1892, Greenville; s. Joseph Steiner, Greenville, and Margaret Matilda Camp; 
b. July 14, 1870; m. Era C. Smith, Greenville, Dec. 19, 1895. 

Street, Samuel Atkins, (Spec), physician, Prattville, Tex. 

1892, Coleta, Clay Co.; s. Robert S. Street, Coleta, and Mary Jane Brown; b. 
Jan. 18, 1869; B. P., Sou. Univ., Greensboro, 1891; m. Mary Florence Harper, Paris, 
Tex., April 18, 1897. 

Terry, John Wilson, (Soph.), stenographer, Montgomery. 

1891, Talladega; s. J. B. Terry, Talladega, and Annie Wilson; b. July 8, 1873; 
Boy's Supervisor, Acad, for Blind, 1893-95; m. Henrietta South, Charlotte, N. C, 
July 18, 1899. 



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Thomas, William Odonoley, (Law), Centerville. 

1892, Blocton; s. W. D. Thomas; b. Jan. is, 1868. 

Windham, Robert Edward Lee, (Law), lawyer, Jasper. 

1892, Fayette; s. Leroy Burtin Windham, Tuscaloosa, and Saleta Jane Ander- 
son; b. March 23, 1867; m. Sallie E. Smith, Northport. 

*Wing, Eugene Glover, (Fr.), officer, U. S. Army. 

1892, Jackson; s. A. M. Wing, Jackson, and Elva DuBose; b. Feb. 11, 1874; 
2nd Lieut., 36th Reg., U. S. Vol., Philippine War; d. in Philippines, Jan. 24, 1900. 

Wood, William Sheppard, (Fr.), merchant, Petros, Tenn. 

1892, Florence; s. Maj. H. C. Wood, Florence, and Sallie Sheppard; b. Oct. 
10, 1874. 

1894. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

Baldwin, Martin Mortimer, A. B., LL. B., '95, lawyer. Union 
Springs. 

1890, Union Springs; s. Philip B. Baldwin, Fitzpatrick, and Sallie P. Crews; 
b. Aug. 26, 1873; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1900-02. 

Blackmon, Frederick Leonard, LL. B., lawyer, Anniston. 

1893, Choccolocco; s. Augustus Young Blackmon and Sarah Ann Ross; b. Sept. 
IS, 1872; City Atty. for Anniston, 1898 — ; State Senator, 1900-04. 

Brannen, Ezra Richmond, LL. B., lawyer, Troy. 

1893, Troy; s. Calvin L. Brannen, Troy, and Samantha Elizabeth Beard; b. 
June 21, 1869; City Atty., Troy, 1896-97. 

Bricken, Frank Baltzell, LL. B., lawyer, Luveme. 

1893, Luverne; s. B. R. Bricken and Rachael A. Horn; b. Dec. is, 187s; 
Solicitor, Crenshaw Co. 

Brown, Darby Henagan, A. B., A. M., '95, book-keeper, Bir- 
mingham. 

1890, Sumterville, Sumter Co. ; s. William Henry Brown and Catherine Billings- 
bee Henagan; b. Dec. 23, 1873; Teacher at Mobile, 1895-97; Secretary and Asst. 
Treas., Birmingham Mining and Contracting Co. 

Burgett, John Irwin, A. B., LL. B., '97, lawyer, Mobile. 

1891, Mobile; s. Dr. J. R. Burgett and Sarah Vernon Wheeler; b. March 25, 
1875; m- Nina Clay, Deerbrook, Miss., June 27, 1900. 

Bush, George Edward, A. B., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1890, Birmingham; s. John W. Bush, Birmingham, and Sarah Howard Evans; 
b. Sept. 20, 1874. 

Bush, John Curtis, Jr., A. B., cotton factor, Mobile. 

1890, Mobile; s. J. C. Bush, Mobile, and Ruth S. Tarrant; b. Jan. 28, 1876. 

Clements, Dudley Alsey, LL. B., (See 1892). 



1894] Graduates with Titled Degrees 363 

♦Edgar, George Thomas, A. B., electrical engineer, Mobile. 

1892, University; s. Col. G. M. Edgar and Rebecca Fry; b. Jan. 23, 1875; d. 
Nov. 9, 1898. 

Forney, John Cortlan, LL. B., (See 1892). 

♦Freeman, John Daniel, LL. B., lawyer, Wagoner, Ind. Ter. 

1893, Scottsboro; s. Charles S. Freeman, Scottsboro, and Mary Phillips; b. 
Dec. 7, 1869; B. P., Sou. Univ., 1886, A. M., Univ. of Va., 1887, M. D., Beaumont 
Med. Col., St. Louis, 1891; Prof., Ala. Col., Dental Surgery, 1892-93; City Atty., 
Wagoner, Ind. Ter., 1897-98; m. Annie Skelton, Scottsboro, 1894; d. March 3, 1901. 

Grayson, David Allison, A. M., (See 1893). 

Hall, William Roland, LL. B., lawyer, Houston, Miss. 

1893, Uniontown; s. Richard T. Hall, Uniontown, and Sabre A. Logan; b. June 
3, 187^ LL. B., Yale, 1895; Author of "Hadassah" and "A System of Philosophy;" 
m. E. C. Lombard, Milford, Ct., June 24, 1895. 

Haynes, John Jason, LL. B., lawyer, Ashland. 

1893, Lineville; s. H. D. Haynes, Lineville, and Lucretia Pace; b. March 7, 
1872; Solicitor, County Court, Clay Co., 1899-1905; m. Minnie E. Bell, Lineville, 
May 6, 1896. 

♦Holtzclaw, James Thaddeus, Jr., A. M., (See 1893). 

Jones, Richard Channing, Jr., A. B., druggist, Camden. 

1890, University; s. Gen. R. C. Jones and Stella Hamilton Boykin; b. July 
30, 1873- 

Kyser, George Herbert, A. B., druggist, Selma. 

1890, Richmond; s. Dr. George W. Kyser and Sallie Patton; b. Sept. 23, 1874; 
1899, Dr. of Phar., Philadelphia College of Phar. 

Leigh, John David, LL. B., lawyer, Brewton. 

1893, Brewton; s. Norvelle Robertson Leigh, Brewton, and Catherine Burnett; 
b. June 25, 1872. 

Leigh, Norvelle Robertson, Jr., LL. B., lawyer, Brewton. 

1893, Brewton; s. Norvelle Robertson Leigh, Brewton, and Catherine Burnett; 
b. July 23, 1870; Mem. Constitu. Conven., 1901. 

Letcher, Marion, A. B., teacher, Douglassville, Ga. 

189 1, Shorter's, Macon Co.; s. Dr. Francis M. Letcher and Claudia C. Howard; 
b. Sept. s, 1874; Asst., Hamner Hall, 1895-97; Prin., Scale High School, 1897-98; 
Lieut., U. S. A., Vol., Spanish War, 1898; Pres., Douglassville, Ga., Col., 1900 — . 

Little, George Kerr, B. C. E., civil engineer, Tuscaloosa. 

1891, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. George Little and Carrie Patillo Doak; b. May 4, 1875; 
U. S. River Survey, 1893-95, Ft. Morgan, 1895-98, Ft. Gaines, 1899-1900. 

Lyons, Joseph Henry, A. B., LL. B., '95, lawyer. Mobile. 

1890, Mobile; s. Mark Lyons and Amelia Horsier; b. Oct. 31, 1874; LL. B., 
Harvard Univ., 1899. 



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McArthur, Charles Tate, B. C. E. 

1891, Bessemer; s. Peter McArthur; b. Oct. 14, 1874. 

Mitchell, James Augustus, LL. B., (See 1888). 

Monroe, Collier, B. C. E., druggist, Rosebud, Tex. 

1890, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. D. E. Monroe, Woodstock, and E. Jane Collier; b. 
Jan. 23, 1874; Teacher in Tenn., 1896-98; Grad. in Phar., Austin, Tex., 1898. 

Morrow, Hugh, LL. B., (See 1893). 

Murphy, Charles Martin, A. B., physician, Pleasant Ridge. 

1891, Pleasant Ridge; s. Dr. S. S. Murphy and E. M. Steele; b. Jan. 12, 1874; 
M. D., 1898, Birmingham Med. Col. 

Nason, Richard Henry, B. C. E., R. R. clerk, Greenville. 

1890, Mobile; s. George Nason and Ella W. Fisk; b. April 13, 1872; m. Nettie 
Knight, Greenville, Nov. 27, 1898. 

NeSmith, Christopher Columbus, A. B., lawyer, Vernon. 

1890-94, 1 894-93, Vernon; s. Thomas B. NeSmith, Vernon, and Minnie Cath- 
erine McLain; b. Oct. 29, 1873; Solicitor, Lamar Co., 1898 — ; Reg. in Chanc, Lamar 
Co., 1900; Mem. Constitu. Conven., 1901; m. Helen Claudia Morton, Vernon, Dec. 
14, 1899. 

Northington, Merrill Partt, A. B., manufacturer, Birmingham. 

1890, Prattville; s. W. T. Northington and Ella Adelle Smith; b. Jan. 13, 1875; 
Asst. Sec, Continental Gin Co.; m. Mary Gaines Earle, Birmingham, Nov. 21, 1899. 

Pugh, Condie Collins, A. B., minister, Vicksburg, Miss. 

1890, Grove Hill; s. Stephen Pugh, Grove Hill, and Jane Gilmore; b. Nov. 
27, 1867; M. Th., So. Baptist Theolog. Sem., 1897; Pastor, Springfield, Ky., Bap. 
Church, 1897-99; Calvary Bap. Church, Vicksburg, Miss., 1899 — . 

Saffold, Ray Phillips, LL. B., (See 1893). 

Stallworth, Nicholas Eugene, A. B., LL. B., '95, lawyer, Mobile. 

1891, Evergreen; s. N. Stallworth, Evergreen, and Sarah Eugenia Hines; b. 
Sept. 17, 1874; m. Gelene Armor, Mobile, Oct. 9, 1901. 

Stone, George Edwin, A. B., A. M., '95, LL. B., '96, lawyer, 
Mobile. 

1891, Mobile; s. Sardine Graham Stone, Mobile, and Eliza Jane Horton; b. 
Aug. 4, 187s; Asst., Chem. Lab., U. of Ala., 1894-95; Treas., Mobile County, 1900 — ; 
m. Claudia lone Kirkpatrick, Selma, Oct. 18, 1899. 

Strickland, Stephen Henry, A. B., time-keeper, Johns. 

1890, Tuscaloosa; s. Wilson Strickland, Woodstock, and Lucanda Herring; 
b. Nov. s, 187 1. 

Thetford, William Fletcher, Jr., LL. B., (See 1895). 

Trimble, Francis Bugbee, B. C. E., New Orleans, La. 

1890, Montgomery; s J. B. Trimble, Montgomery, and Sallie G. Bugbee; b. 
July 20, 1874; Supt., Dixie Oil Works Warehouse. 



1894] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 365 

Webb, James Edward, Jr., A. B., electrician, Greensboro. 

1890, Birmingham; s. James E. Webb and Zemula Creswell; b. Feb. 26, 1875; 
Supt., Electric Light Plant, Greensboro; m. Maud Hays, Tuscaloosa, June, 1894. 

Wilkerson, Julius Dunn, A. B., lawyer, Elba. 

1890, Troy; s. E. l>. Wilkerson, Troy, and Mary E. Dunn; b. Aug. 16, 1874. 

*Wooten, Richard Council, LL. B., (See 1893). 

Yuille, Nathaniel Alston, B. C. E., A. M., '95, C. E., '99, civil 
engineer, Tuscaloosa. 

189 1, Mobile; s. Robert L. Yuille, Daphne, and Mary Alpine Spinks; b. April 
9, 1873; with Gov. Works, Warrior River. 

1894. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

Auxford, Lollie Rufus, (Fr.), cotton merchant, Atlanta, Ga. 

1893, Hull, Tuscaloosa Co.; s. F. M. Auxford and Sarah Sartain; b. June 23, 
1875; Resides at Hull during the Summer and Atlanta, Ga., in Winter. 

Banks, Wiley Coleman, (Jun.), merchant, Columbus, Miss. 

189 1, Columbus, Miss.; s. James Oliver Banks and Lucy Watkins Young; b. 
Jan. 8, 1876; m. Maria Agnes Williams, Columbus, Miss., Jan. 2, 1901. 

*Bedingfield, Charles Alexander, (Fr.), physician, Repton. 

1893, Belleville, Conecuh Co.; s. Charles A. Bedingfield and Drucilla Watson; 
b. Sept. 21, 1874; M. D., Mobile, 1897; d. Sept. 22, 1899. 

Bonner, Ernest, (Soph.), physician, Steward's Mills, Tex. 

1893, Rosebud, Wilcox Co.; s. Maj. James Bonner, Wilcox Co., and Julia New- 
bury; b. Feb. s, 187s; M. D., Bellevue Med. Col., 1897; m. Eliza Bonner, Corsicana, 
Tex., 1898. 

Boyle, Robert Edmund, (Jun.), agent, Birmingham. 

1891, Birmingham; s. B. B. Boyle, Montgomery, and Nancy Lee; b. Dec. 20, 
1873; in South Africa, 1895-99; Property holder and agent for mineral and timber 
lands. 

Brickell, Robert Coman, Jr., (Soph.), lawyer, Huntsville. 

1893, Montgomery; s. Judge R. C. Brickell and Mary Blasengame; b. Sept. 
21, 1877. 

Brown, Eldridge Kumbrough, (Law), teacher, Oneonta. 

1893, Cleveland, Blount Co.; s. John Brown and Lottie Stevens; b. Nov. i, 
1871; County Solicitor, Blount County, 1895-99; m. Bessie Tarrant, Blountsville, 
Nov., 1894. 

Buell, Herbert Evarts, (Fr.), stenographer, Birmingham. 

1893, Tuscaloosa; s. David Buell, Greenville, and Flora Herbert; b. Aug. 
3. 1877- 

*Cochran, Claudius Martin, (Fr.), Eleanor. 

1893, Eleanor, Dallas Co.; s. Dr. Robert M. Cochran and Alice E. Cochran; 
b. Jan. 20, 1876; Private, U. S. A., 1899; d. Nov. 25, 1900. 



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Cox, Robert Avery, (Fr.), journalist, Mexico, Mex. 

1893, Northport; s. Robert Samuel Cox and Samantha C. Dodson; b. May i, 
1876; Editor, Northport Breeze, 1897; Trav. Cor. of Chicago Inter-Ocean. 

Cunningham, Samuel Walter, (Fr.), druggist, Thomasville. 

1893, Mobile; s. James Cunningham, Mobile, and Kate Daily; b. Dec. 28, 1878; 
Student, Ala. Med. Col., 1898-99; Druggist, Mobile, 1897-1900, Thomasville, 1900 — ; 
Sgt., Co. C, 2nd Ala. Vol., Spanish War, 1898. 

Curtis, Oliver Prentice, (Soph.), R. R. agent, Deland, Fla. 

1893, Lower Peach Tree; s. Dr. C. C. Curtis and Viola Powe; b. Nov. 13, 1876. 

Elliott, Archie Baker, (Fr.), planter, Trinity. 

1893, Trinity; s. Jeremiah Pearsall Elliott and Fanny Cole; b. Dec. 25, 1875. 

Ezell, William Morriss, (Soph.), dentist, Jackson. 

1892, Suggsville; s. Robert L. Ezell, Suggsville, and Annie Eliza Morriss; b. 
July I, 1873; D. D. S., Vanderbilt, March 28, 1899. 

Foshee, Mason Pierre, (Jun.), physician, Brewton. 

1893, Brewton; s. Stuart J. Foshee and Matilda C. McGowan; b. Oct. 12, 1875; 
M. D., U. of Va., 1896; m. Ella Downing, Brewton, June 6, 1901. 

Foster, Otis Merritt, (Soph.), Prattville. 

1893, Prattville; s. Foster and Lillie Merritt; b. Aug. 8, 1877; Private 

in Spanish War, 1898. 

Foster, Robert Savidge, (Soph.), Tuscaloosa. 

1892, Tuscaloosa; s. George Washington Foster, West Point, Miss., and Caro- 
line H. Quarles; b. Oct. 26, 1876; Gov. Service at Ft. Morgan. 

Gaines, Edmund Pendleton, (Fr.), clerk, Birmingham. 

1893, Northport; s. James P. Gaines, Northport, and Eleanor Ann Tierce; b. 
Jan. 9, 1877; R'way Mail Clerk. 

Gorman, Claude Lamar, (Fr.) 

1893, Nottingham; s. Dr. C. H. Gorman; b. April 18, 1874. 

Larkin, William Rutledge, Jr., (Fr.), Larkinville. 

1893, Larkinville, Jackson Co.; s. William R. Larkin and Frances E. Higg^ns; 
b. Jan. 2, 1874; Sgt., Co. I, 2nd Reg., Ala. Inf. Vol., Spanish War, 1898. 

Letcher, Joseph Bozeman, (Soph.), physician, Shorter's. 

1892, Shorter's; s. Dr. Francis M. Letcher and Claudia Caroline Clanton (,nee 
Howard; b. Aug. s, 1874; M. D., Tulane, 1898; m. Pattie Evelyn Boyd, Shorter's, 
June 28, 1899. 

Lurton, Edmond Brown, (Soph.), insurance, Livingston. 

1893, Sumterville; s. E. B. Lurton, Clarksville, Tenn., and Clara R. Brown; 
b Sept. 21, 1875; m. Susie Harrington, Monroeville, July 10, 1901. 

Moore, William Butler, (Soph.) 

1893, Montgomery; b. Aug. 24, 1875. 



1895] Graduates with Titled Degrees 3^7 

Newton, Guy Guerdon, (Soph.), physician, San Angelo, Tex. 

1892, Belleville; s. C. A. Newton and Lucy Ballard; b. Sept. i8, 1873; M. D., 
Mobile, 1898. 

Nicholls, Jesse Crook, (Jun.), officer, U. S. Army. 

1 89 1, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. A. B. C. Nicholls, Tuscaloosa, and Mary E. Foster; 
b. Aug. 29, 1874; Grad., U. S. M. A., 1899; ist Lieut., ist Artillery, U. S. A. 

Palmer, William Crump, (Fr.), barber, Tuscaloosa. 

1893, Northport; s. S. T. Palmer, Northport, and E. C. Anders; b. Jan. 7, 1874; 
m. Bessye Lee Clements, Northport, May 15, 1901. 

Rice, Frank, book-keeper, Northport. 

1893, Northport; s. Talbert Alexander Rice, Northport, and Sarah Elizabeth 
Shelton; b. Feb. 11, 1874. 

Ritch, Guy Aubrey, (Jun.), planter. Union Springs. 

1892, Thompson; s. L. F. Ritch and Mary Sherwood; b. Aug. 17, 1874; Sheriff, 
Bullock Co., 1900-04. 

Shirley, Joseph Bolin, (Fr.), planter, Bodka. 

1893, Northport; s. Dr. Zimri Shirley and Chenie E. Williamson; b. Sept. 25, 
1876; m. Nannie Harkins, Northport, Dec. 29, 1897. 

Sloss, James Lundie, (Soph.), mineral business, Birmingham. 

1892, Birmingham; s. Col. J. W. Sloss and Mattie Lundie; b. Dec. 17, 1874; m. 
Mary Croom Minge, Faunsdale, March 21, 1900. 

Starnes, Thomas Dupre, (Jun.), lawyer, Dallas, Tex. 

1893, Scottsboro; b. May 6, 1876. 

Webster, Daniel Thompson, (Fr.), salesman, Birmingham. 

1893, Tuscaloosa; s. Daniel Thompson Webster, Greensboro, and Mattie Thomp- 
son; b. Dec. 27, 1877. 

1895. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

Ahlrichs, Emil, LL. B., lawyer, Cullman. 

1894, Cullman; s. Frederick Ahlrichs, Cullman, and Johanne Koopmann; b. 
May 10, 1870; A. B., 1894, Notre Dame, Ind.; m. Alma Koopmann, April 26, 1898.. 

Alexander, James Edward, LL. B., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1894, Felix, Perry Co.; s. J. S. Alexander; b. Dec, 1875. 

Baldwin, Martin Mortimer, LL. B., (See 1894). 

Brothers, Philip Houston, A. B., LL. B., '96, planter, Zula. 

1891, Zula; s. Dr. P. H. Brothers and Ginsey Downing; b. Nov. 9, 1874. 

Brown, Darby Henagan, A. M., (See 1894). 

Burke, John, B. S., lawyer, Huntsville. 

1 89 1, Meridianville, Madison Co.; s. Dr. J. P. Burke and Henriette E. Strong; 
b. June 23, 187s; Private, 2nd Lieut, and ist Lieut., 5th U. S. Vol. Inf. (Immunes), 
Spanish War, 1898. 



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Cahalan, Michael Francis, LL. B., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1894, Birmingham; s. Michael Cahalan, Birmingham, and Catherine Kinney; 
b. Dec. 6, 1872. 

Dennis, John Cornelius, LL. B., lawyer, Clanton. 

1894, Cooper, Chilton Co.; s. P. C. Dennis, Cooper, and S. J. Farr; b. Nov. 
22, 1875. 

Dewberry, John Robert, B. S., merchant, Birmingham. 

1888-89, 1893, Brundidge; s. J. H. Dewberry, Birmingham, and Sallie E. Powell; 
b June 13, 1869; Prof. Math., Blount Col., 1895-97; Pres'd. 4th Dist. Agricultural 
School, 1897-99; m. Margaret Wilkinson, July 5, 1897, Birmingham. 

Espy, James Robert Lee, A. B., lawyer, Abbeville. 

1893, Headland; s. T. F. Espy, Headland, and Fannie B. Searcy; b. Dec. 8, 
1871; Private, Co. H, and Ala. Reg. Vol., Spanish War, 1898; Reg. in Chanc, Henry 
Co., 1898-1904; m. Pet Lilly Sporman, Headland, May 22, 1899. 

Faith, Edward Walter, B. S., LL. B., '96, lawyer. Mobile. 

1892, Mobile; s. Lyman H. Faith, Mobile, and Pauline E. Priester; b. Dec. 12, 
1874; m. Sue Bryce Clarkson, Tuscaloosa, Nov. 15, 1899. 

Godbold, Norman Dozier, LL. B., lawyer, Camden. 

1894, Bethel, Wilcox Co.; s. Leonard W. Godbold, Bethel, and H. Alice Rat- 
cliffe; b. April i, 1876; Solicitor, Washington Co., 1896-97; Rep., Gen. Assem., 1898-99. 

Grayson, David Allison, LL. B., (See 1893). 

Hargrove, Robert Jemison, B. L., LL. B., '96, physician, Tusca- 
loosa. 

1 89 1, Tuscaloosa; s. Andrew Coleman Hargrove and Cherokee Mims Jemison; 
b. Aug. 3, 1874; Practiced Law a few years; M. D., Mobile, 1891. 

Hill, Wiley Croom, LL. B., (See 1893). 

Inge, William Bullock, Jr., lawyer. Mobile. 

1894, Greensboro; s. William Bullock Inge, Greensboro, and Lida V. Tunstall; 
b. Sept. 29, 187s; A. B., Sou. Univ., Greensboro, 1894. 

Ivey, Joe Nettles, A. B., teacher, New Orleans, La. 

1894, Fork, Monroe Co.; s. William Ivey and Martha O. Nettles; b. June 29, 
1874; Student, Howard Col., 1892-94; Ph. D., Berlin, 1901; Instructor in Math., 
Tulane Univ., 1901 — . 



Laslie, Dawson Edwards, B. S., merchant, Tuskegee. 

1893, Tuskegee; s. Maj. C. Laslie and Gussie Thompson; b. July 17, 1876; m. 
Carrie Tignor Cobb, Opelika, Sept. 30, 1899. 

Little, Richard Harris, A. B., LL. B., '96, journalist, Tuscaloosa. 

1892, Tuscaloosa; s. John Little, Tuscaloosa, and 
29, 1876; Editor, Tuscaloosa Times. 

Lyons, Joseph Henry, LL. B., (See 1894). 



1892, Tuscaloosa; s. John Little, Tuscaloosa, and Amanda M. Harris; b. Aug. 
29, 1876; Editor, Tuscaloosa Times. 



1895] Graduates with Titled Degrees 369 

Mallory, Hugh, A. B., lawyer, Selma, 

1892, Selma; s. H. S. D. Mallory, Selma, and Lula Moore; b. Oct. 30, 1874; 
LL. B., Cumberland Univ., 1897; Cadet, U. S. Naval Acad., Annapolis, 1891-92. 

McConnell, Joseph Lorraine, B. S., LL. B., '97, lawyer, Center. 

1891, Center; s. John L. McConnell and Ellie Sparks; b. Sept. 7, 1875; Reg. 
in Chanc, 1899 — ; Mayor of Center, 1901 — ; m. Linda H. Noble, Anniston, March 
24, 1900. 

McWilliams, Edward Clopton, B. S., physician, Oak Hill. 

1892, Oak Hill; s. E. C. McWilliams and Joyce Jones; b. April 11, 1873; M. D., 
1897, Bellevue Med. Col.; Lumber business. 

Payne, Warwick Henry, A. B., LL. B., '96, druggist, Scottsboro. 

1892, Scottsboro; s. Dr. William Henry Payne, Scottsboro, and Margaret 
Brown; b. July z-j, 1875; employed in Dept. of Ethnology, Smithsonian Inst., 1897-98. 

Pugh, Elijah Stuart, A. B., teacher, Thomasville. 

1892, Grove Hill; s. Jesse Pickens Pugh and Melissa Sophia Bettis; b. June 29, 
1872; Prin., Jackson Acad., 1895-96; Prof. Languages, Jackson Agri. Col., 1896-98; 
Pres., S. Ala. Inst., Thomasville, 1898 — ; m. Willie Floyd Crum, Arlington, Jan. 
A, 1899. 

Seay, Alexander Gillespie, A. B., teacher, Sylacauga. 

1892, Brundidge; s. William James Seay and Jane Adeline Knowles; b. March 
21, 1869; Prin. School at Clinton, 1895-96; Prof., Math, and Mod. Lang., Ardmore 
Col., Ind. Ter., 1896-97; Teacher, Public Schools, Trinity, Tex., 1897-98; Prof., Math, 
and English, 4th Dist. Agri. School, Sylacauga, 1898-99; Prin., same, 1899 — ; m. Mary 
Alice Riddle, Oxford, Dec. 24, 1900. 

Slone, Samuel Byron, B. S., LL. B., '97, cashier, Fort Payne. 

1892-95. 1896, Lebanon, DeKalb Co.; 9. Jesse Slone, and Nancy Ellen Rapier; 
b. Feb. 4, 1872; Teacher, Springville, 1895-96; Solicitor, DeKalb Co., 1898-99; Cashier, 
Fort Payne Bank; m. Minnie Leona Haralson, Nov. i, 1899. 

Stone, George Edwin, A. M., (See 1894). 

Tate, Joseph Robert, LL. B., lawyer, Brookside. 

1894, Bryan, Jefferson Co.; s. James W. Tate and Elizabeth J. Robbins; b. 
March 30, 1871; Mayor of Brookside, 1896-1900; m. Eula Jay Steele, Blountsville, 
Dec. 12, 1897. 

Thorington, Jack, LL. B., lawyer, Montgomery. 

1894, Montgomery; s. Robert D. Thorington and Sallie Gindrat Winter; b. 
June 3, 1875; B. S., A. P. I.; m. Kate Patterson, Montgomery, Dec. 12, 1900. 

Tyson, Archie Lowndes, B. S., LL. B., '96, lawyer, Montgomery. 

1892, Montgomery; s. Laban W. Tyson, Lowndesboro, and Pattie Nicholson 
Arrington; b. Sept. 27, 1874. 

Walker, Mitchell Porter, A. B., Birmingham. 

1891, Birmingham; s. William Augustus Walker and Virginia Taylor Mudd; 
b. May s, 1875. 

Walker, William Mudd, LL. B., (See 1893). 



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Welch, Portis Gaillard, A. B., cotton buyer, Selma. 

1892, Selma; s. W. P. Welch, Selma, and Caroline Gaillard Portis; b. Feb. 12, 
187s; m. Estelle Carson John, Birmingham, Nov. 7, 1900. 

Wheelock, Charles Rose, B. C. E., C. E., '99, engineer, Birming- 
ham. 

1892, Tuscaloosa; s. C. F. Wheelock and Minnie E. Rose; b. Dec. 16, 1874; 
Asst. City Engineer, Birmingham, 1895-96; Teacher, Clifton, 1896-97; m. Maggie 
Storrs, Tallassee, Aug. i, 1897. 

*Whitson, Early, A. B., teacher, Alvarado, Tex. 

1891, Tuscaloosa; s. Jesse P. Whitson, Files, Tex., and Jennie E. McMillan; b. 
April 30, 1876; Teacher, Alvarado, Tex., 1897-99; d. June 12, 1899. 

Yuille, Nathaniel Alston, A. M., (See 1894). 

1895. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 
Adams, Anna Byrne, (Ec), Birmingham. 

1893, Tuscaloosa; dau. Samuel Adams and Ann Mitchell; b. Dec. 27, 1875. 

Allmon, Rinaldo, (Sen.), dentist, Pensacola, Fla. 

1 89 1, Georgiana; s. J. E. Allmon, Georgiana, and Dora Evans; b. Aug. 13, 
1874; D. D. S., Vanderbilt, 1898. 

Andrews, Julian Leigh, (Law), lawyer, Greenville. 

1894, Greensboro; s. Allen S. Andrews and Virginia Hudson; b. Aug. 9, 1872; 
A. B., Sou. Univ., 1893; m. Nona Banks, Hurstboro, Dec. 5, 1895. 

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Blakey, David Taliefero, (Soph.), salesman, Birmingham. 

1893, Montgomery; s. D. T. Blakey, Montgomery, and Mary S. Mabson; b. 
Aug. 13, 187s. 

Bonner, John Miller, (Fr.), LL. B., 1900, lawyer, Camden. 

1894-95, 1899- 1 900, Rosebud; s. James Bonner, Rosebud, and Julia Newbury; 
b. Dec. 3, 1878; m. Sara Miller, Camden, April i8, 1901. 

Bonner, Sherwood, (Fr.), editor, Camden. 

189495, 1899-1900, Rosebud; s. Major James Bonner, Rosebud, and Julia New- 
bury; b. Jan. 5, 1876; B. S., Erskine, 1898; ist Lieut, and Adjt., 2nd Ala. Reg., VoL, 
Spanish War, 1898; Editor, Progressive Era; m. Nannie Miller, Statesville, N. C, 
Dec. 19, 1900. 

Brown, Hugh Barclay, (Soph.), Fort Worth, Tex. 

1893, Anniston; s. Thomas Chilton Brown and Mary Elizabeth Croom; b. Aug. 
24, 1875; Private Sec, Agent L. & N. R. R., 1895-1900; Sec. and Treas., Texas 
Machinery Co. 

Carr, Dennis Hugh, (Soph.), book-keeper, Montgomery. 

1893, Montgomery; s. Thomas H. Carr, Montgomery, and Annie V. Colby; b. 
March 12, 1876; m. Alabama Brown, Montgomery, Jan. 29, 1901. 

Champion, William Perry, (Jun.), teacher, Luverne. 

1894, Lapine; s. A. L. Champion and Mary E. Story; b. Sept. 12, 1872. 



1895] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 371 

Cohn, Maurice, (Jun.), manufacturer, Meridian, Miss. 

1892, Tuscaloosa; s. Armin Cohn, Chicago, 111., and Fanny Franklin; b. June 
zz, 187s; Night Supt., Meridian Cotton Mills. 

Cook, John Tyler, Jr., (Jun.), dentist, Montgomery. 

1893, Camden; s. John T. Cook, Montgomery, and Viola Young; b. June 21, 
1874; D. D. S., Vanderbilt, 1898. 

Daniel, George Albert, (Soph.), merchant, Tuscaloosa. 

1893, Northport; s. John Marion Daniel, Tuscaloosa, and Susan Christian; b. 
Dec. I, 1877; m. May Grace Shirley, Northport. 

Davidson, Paul, (Jun.), planter, Pine Apple. 

1893, Pine Apple; s. H. M. Davidson, Pine Apple, and Sheba Linam; b. July 
14, 1875; ii- Lillie Mack Kirkpatrick, Highland Home. 

Davis, Jefferson Dalton, Jr., (Soph.), lawyer, Guntersville. 

1894, Talladega; s. Jefferson Dalton Davis, Sr.; b. June 4, 1876; Mayor, Gun- 
tersville, 1899. 

Denman, William, (Soph.), book-keeper, Montgomery. 

1894, Chulafinne; s. James Aaron Denman, Beason's Mill, and Mary C. Howie; 
b. Nov. 23, 1870; P. M., Edwardsville, 1896-97; Clerk, Probate Court, Cleburne Co., 
1897-99; Book-keeper for Dept. of Education, Montgomery. 

Dixon, John Wyly, (Fr.), Hattiesburg, Miss. 

1894, Hattiesburg, Miss.; s. J. T. Dixon; b. June 2, 1874. 

♦Dobbs, Stephen Hardie, (Law), Fort Payne. 

1894, Fort Payne; s. S. E. Dobbs; b. May 11, 1862; d. 1897. 

Foshee, Durwood, Marion, (Fr.), clerk, Selma. 

1894, Clanton; s. M. M. Foshee, Clanton, and Mary Jones; b. Dec. 11, 1875; 
m. Sallie C. Fuller, Clanton, Sept. 20, 1899. 

Fowlkes, Benjamin Cobb, (Soph.), dentist, Mobile, 

1894, Selma; s. Samuel A. Fowlkes, Sr., and Mary Pinkie Cobb; b. Nov. 21, 
1877; D. D. S., Louisville Dent. Col.; m. Alice Armstrong Love, Selma, Nov. s. 1901. 

Franklin, Thomas Banes, (Soph.), Hayes. 

1894, Hayes; s. S. J. Franklin; b. Oct. 30, 1867. 

Harriss, Sherwood Prince, (Soph.), book-keeper, Birmingham. 

1893, Hillsboro, Tex.; s. Dr. J. T. Harriss, El Campo, Tex., and Anna Terrell; 
b. Sept. 19, 1874; Book-keeper, Jefferson Co. Savings Bank, and Manager Bir, Clear- 
ing House. 

Hilman, Richard Garrett, (Soph.), planter, Epes. 

1893, Epes; s. J. J. Hilman and Emma R. Garrett; b. Jan. 4, 1877. 

Howze, John (No. 3), (Jun.), cotton buyer, Birmingham. 

1892, Birminr.ham; s. A. C. Howze, Birmingham, and Vallie Long, Athens, Ga.; 
b. Aug. 7, 187s; m. Kate Fontaine Meade, Birmingham, Aug. 29, 1900. 



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Johnston, Edward Douglass, (Law) 

1894, Birmingham. 

Johnston, Leonard Cooper, (Soph.), merchant, Alexandria, La. 

1893, DeSotoville, Choctaw Co.; s. H. B. Johnston, DeSotoville, and Martha F. 
Thompson; b. Sept. 26, 1877. 

Jones, John Ray, (Soph.), salesman, Montgomery. 

1893, Montgomery; s. William B. Jones and Mattie Ray; b. April 6, 1876. 

Kilgore, William Clarence, (Soph.), clerk, Birmingham. 

1893, Tuscaloosa; s. Charles C. Kilgore, Tuscaloosa, and Sarah A. Leach; b. 
Jan. 8, 1877; Shipping Clerk, Central Ga. R. R. 

Laird, Samuel Boden, (Soph.), Indian Ter. 

1894, Birmingham; s. S. E. Laird; b. Feb. 22, 1876. 

Legg, Andrew Covey, Jr., (Soph.), merchant, Birmingham. 

1894, Elkmont; s. Major A. C. Legg, Elkmont, and Martha Gray; b. Oct. 5, 
1876; m. Miss McWilliams, Fayetteville, Tenn., 1898. 

Lewis, James Leon, (Jun.), physician, Brownwood, Tex. 

1892, Terry, Miss.; s. James E. Lewis, Byram, Miss., and Emma Catchings; b. 
Nov. 28, 1874; M. D., Tulane, 1898; m. Emma Massie Burton, New Orleans, La., 
May 12, 1898. 

McCants, Allan Gautier, (Sen.), clerk. Meridian, Miss. 

1891, Meridian, Miss.; s. R. G. McCants and Pristine Cherokee Taylor; b. Aug. 
20, 187s; Law Student. 

Mcintosh, Samuel William, (Soph.), planter, Camden. 

1893, Camden; s. David Mcintosh and Caroline W'erberton McDowell; b. June 
7, 1875. 

Means, McKee Gould, (Fr.), merchant, Boligee. 

1894, Boligee; s. John David Means, Boligee, and Delia Thornton Gould; b. 
Dec. 6, 1877. 

NeSmith, Christopher Columbus, (Law), (See 1894). 

O'Brien, Francis, (Soph.), Alaska. 

1893, Montgomery; s. James O'Brien and Mary Horan; b. Aug. 31, 1877; Last 
heard from in 1898, at Dawson City, Alaska. 

Patton, Oliver Beirne, Jr., (Fr.), planter, Huntsville. 

1894, Huntsville; s. O. B. Patton and Elizabeth I. White; b. Sept. 15, 1874- 

Peter, George Frederick, (Law), mine operator, Maylene. 

1894, Brierfield; s. Thomas J. Peter, Brierfield, and Esther A. O'Brien; b. April 
5, 1869; A. B., Yale, 1890. 

Rentz, Joseph Gerst, (Soph.), salesman, Houston. Tex. 

1893, Camden; s. E. O. Rentz, Camden, and Lucinda Voltz; b. Nov. 5, 1875. 



1895] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 373 

Rhett, Harry Moore, (Soph.), book-keeper, Huntsville. 

1893, Huntsville; s. R. B. Rhett and Harriet Moore; b. Dec 28, 1873; Student, 
Univ. of Va., 1895-97. 

Royall, Hilary Herbert, (Jun.), officer, U. S. Navy. 

1893, Tuscaloosa; s. Thomas Edward Royall, Burkeville, Va,, and Dora Herbert; 
b. Aug. 30, 1876; Grad., U. S. N. Acad., 1899. 

Shelley, James Etter, (Spec.), officer, U. S. Army. 

1894, Birmingham; s. Gen. C. M. Shelley, Birmingham, and Kathleen McCon- 
nell; Capt., 5th Immunes, from July, 1898, to May 31, 1899; Chief Inspector of Civil 
Guard, Santiago de Cuba; appointed Lieut., U. S. Army, 1901. 

Simpson, Lawrence Waverly, (Jun.), merchant and planter, Snow 
Hill. 

1892, Furman; s. R. O. Simpson and Elizabeth A. Gulley; b. July 29, 1875. 

Snow, Euclid, (Fr.), pharmacist, Nashville, Tenn. 

1894, Tuscaloosa; s. Prof. Samuel P. Snow and Annie Cannon; b. Sept. 2, 
1876; Ph. G., Nat. Inst, of Phar., Chicago, 1897, and Vanderbilt, 1898. 

Somerville, Albert, (Sen.), Tuscaloosa. 

1890, Tuscaloosa; s. H. M. Somerville and Cornelia B. Harris; b. Aug. 19, 1874. 

Stevens, Chalmers McCorvey, (Jun.), lumber dealer, Brewton. 

1893, Brewton; s. T. J. Stevens, Brewton, and Adelaide McCorvey; b. Oct. 
12, 1874; Cadet, U. S. M. A., West Point, 1895-96. 

Teague, Edward Baptist, Jr., (Jun.), planter, Redlawn. 

1893, Columbiana; s. Rev. Eldred Burder Teague and Louise Emaline Philpot; 
b. Feb. s, 1876. 

Thompson, Andrew Jackson, (Fr.), Talladega. 

1894, Talladega; s. T. J. Thompson; b. April 5, 1873. 

Tippins, John Edward, (Law), contractor, Brewton. 

1894, Brewton; s. Philip H. Tippins, Brewton, and Julia Castlebury; b. Jan. 
19, 1871. 

Tipton, William Hogan, (Soph.), clerk, Selma. 

1893, Selma; s. Dr. Frank Tipton, Selma, and Gertrude Riggs; b. July 28, 
1876; m. Mary Buell, Selma, Jan. 24, 1901. 

Trice, Daniel Haul, (Fr.), planter, Cocoa. 

1894, Cocoa; s. Troup Trice and Martha Jane Haul; b. July 30, 1872; Student 
at Louisville Med. Col., (Class of 1902). 

Trice, Peter Alba, (Fr.), planter and teacher. Cocoa. 

1894, Cocoa; s. Troup Trice and Martha Jane Haul; b. July 9, 1874; M. D., 
Louisville Med. Col., 1901. 

Troy, Alexander James, (Fr.), lawyer, Montgomery. 

1894, Montgomery; s. Alexander Troy, Montgomery, and Alice Bridgeworth 
Watts; b. Jan. 6, 1879. 



374 Record of Students [1896 

Wellborn, Alfred, (Fr.), book-keeper, New Orleans, La. 

1894, Anniston; s. Maximilian Bethune Wellborn and Emma Julia Dent; b. 
Nov. 4, 1876; with Travelers Ins. Co. 

Wheelock, William Kinnard, (Fr.), Birmingham, 

1894, Tuscaloosa; s. C. F. Wheelock and Minnie E. Rose; b. Sept. 7, 1878; and 
Sgt., U. S. v., sth Immunes, Spanish War, 1898; Supt., Graphite Mines. 

Williams, Albert Sydney, (Soph.), officer, U, S. Army. 

1893, Mobile; s. Price Williams, Jr., and Maggie Marshall; b. April 21, 1876; 
Capt., Co. I, 2nd U. S. Vol. Army in Philippines; Provincial Treasurer, Ramblon, 
Philippine Islands. 

Wood, Charles Mitchell, (Jun.), book-keeper, Alabama City. 

1893, Opelika; s. Fern Manly Wood, Opelika, and Sarah Roquemore; b. Aug. 
2, 187s; Asst. Paymaster, Dwight Cotton Mills; m. Mary Emma Hightower, Gads- 
den, July, 1897. 

Woodson, Andrew Maury, (Fr.), Surgeon, Fatten. 

1894, Patton, Walker Co.; s. Landon Cabell Woodson and Martha Agnes Pearce; 
b. June 6, 1875; M. D., Univ. of Nash., 1900; Capt., 4th Co., U. S. Vol. Signal Corps, 
1898-99; m. Grayce Lionel Coyle, Madisonville, Ky., April 2, 1900. 

1896. Graduates with Titled Degrees 

Adams, Samuel, A. B., teacher, Birmingham. 

1892, Tuscaloosa; s. Samuel Adams and Ann Mitchell; b. Nov. 17, 1877; City 
Schools, Birmingham. 

Bickerstaff, William Ripley, LL. B., minister, Centreville. 

189s, Union Springs; s. W. R. Bickerstaff and Lucy Elizabeth Holloway; b. 
Oct. II, 1 871; Pastor, Centreville Circuit, M. E. Church, South; m. Mamie Whitfield 
Paulk, Union Springs, Nov. 10, 1898. 

Birch, Alexander Clitherall, B. S., LL. B., '97, lawyer, Mont- 
gomery. 

1893, Montgomery; s. George A. Birch and Allie Bergwyne Clitherall; b. Jan. 
21, 1876. 

Blue, John Howard, B. S., physician. New York. 

1893, Montgomery; s. Dr. John Howard Blue, Montgomery, and Mary Wood 
Cook; b. Aug. 31, 1877; Instructor in Chem., U. of Ala., 1896-97; M. D., Columbia 
Univ., N. Y., 1901; Interne, Roosevelt Hosp., 1901 — . 

*Brothers, George Absalom, LL. B., (See 1893). 

Brothers, Philip Houston, Jr., LL. B., (See 1895). 

Burr, Borden Hughson, B. L., lawyer, Talladega. 

1894, Talladega; s. William H. Burr, Talladega, and Sarah Borden; b. Nov. 
2, 1876; LL. B., Wash, and Lee Univ., 1898; m. Mamie Camp, Talladega, Jan. 
16, 1901. 



1896] Graduates with Titled Degrees 375 

Coleman, Charles Hamilton, B. C. E., engineer, Eutaw. 

1893, Eutaw; s. T. W. Coleman and Frances Jane Wilson; b. Oct. i6, 1877; 
Asst. Res. Engineer, M. & O. R. R., 1897-98, Asst. Eng., Board of Public Works, 
Tampa, Fla., 1898-99, Norfolk, Va., 1899-1900. 

Comer, Robert Thornton, A. B., physician, James. 

1893, James; s. J. F. Comer and E. W. Thornton; b. Aug. 29, 1876; M. D., 
Johns Hopkins Univ., igoi. 

Dickson, David Albert, LL, B., merchant, Wharton, Tex. 

189s, Pine Level; s. Jesse Hamilton Dickson, Wharton, Tex., and Martha 
Townsend; b. Jan. 20, 1874; m. Eula Eveline Edwards, Union Springs, July 5, 1899. 

Drennen, Jesse LaFayette, A. B., LL. B., '97, lawyer, Birming- 
ham. 

1893, Birmingham; s. Dr. Charles Drennen and Elizabeth M. Wilson; b. Feb. 
14. 1875- 

Edgar, John Blanton, B. S., merchant, Los Angeles, Cal. 

1892, University; s. Col. G. M. Edgar and Rebecca Fry; b. July 2, 1877. 

Faith, Edward Walter, LL. B., (See 1895). 

Ferguson, William Hill, A. B., LL. B., '97, insurance, Birming- 
ham. 

1893, Birmingham; s. F. S. Ferguson and Laura Burr; b. Jan. 6, 1877; News- 
paper Reporter, 1897-99. 

Frazer, Thomas Sidney, LL. B., (See 1893). 

Gardner, Lucien Dunbibben, A. B., LL. B., '97, lawyer, Troy. 

1894, Troy; s. John D. Gardner, Troy, and Belle Stark; b. Nov. 28, 1876; Reg. 
in Chanc, Pike Co., 1898 — ; m. Henrietta Wiley, Troy, Dec. 26, 1900. 

Goodwin, Curran Suttle, A. B., manufacturer, Anniston. 

1893, Selma; s. Andrew Jackson Goodwin, Selma, and Susan Elvira Berry; b. 
April I, 1875. 

Gunn, Norman, LL. B., lawyer, Thomasville. 

189s, Thomasville; s. H. S. Gunn, Thomasville, and Margaret D. Griffin; b. 
June 28, 1867; Mayor of Thomasville, 1896-97, 1898-99. 

Hargrove, Robert Jemison, LL. B., (See 1895). 

Herring, James Lewis, A. B., lawyer, Ashville. 

1892-96, 1896-97, Ashville; s. James P. Herring, Springville, and Elizabeth, 
Ward Forman; b. Sept. 7, 1876; LL. B., 1898, Georgetown Univ.; Clerk, Probate 
Court, St. Clair Co., 1898-99; Mayor of Ashville, 1899-1900. 

Jenkins, John Felix, A. B., physician, Camden. 

1893, Camden; s. Lucky Walker Jenkins and Ellen Shaw Nettles; b. June 26, 
187s; Teacher, Canton Bend, 1896-98; M. D., Mobile, 1901; Interne, Mobile Hospi- 
tal, 1 90 1 — . 



376 Record of Students [1896 

Little, Richard Harris, LL. B., (See 1895). 

Lull, Francis Wayland, LL. B., lawyer, Wetumpka. 

189s, Wetumpka; s. Cabot Lull, Wetumpka, and Sallie Foster; b. Oct. 19, 1872. 

Martin, Henry Marcellus, Jr., A. B., physician, Clanton. 

1893, Union Springs; s. H. M. Martin, Atlanta, Ga., and Ella Thornton; b. 
June 14, 187s; M. D., Univ. of Va., 1899; m. Lucie Elizabeth Tumlin, Cartersville, 
Ga., April 17, 1901. 

Martin, Woodson James, LL. B., lawyer, Gadsden. 

1895, Jacksonville; s. J. T. Martin, Jacksonville, and Sue H. Francis; b. May 
4, 1875. 

Mathis, Charles Robert, A. B., A. M., '99, teacher. Forest City, 
Ark. 

1893, Dothan, Henry Co.; s. Arthur Mathis and Julia Ann Taylor; b. Feb. 
IS. 1873- 

McLeod, Jesse Mcintosh, A. B., planter. Coy. 

1893, Lower Peach Tree; s. John McLeod, Lower Peach Tree, and Cornelia 
Robison; b. March 5, 1876. 

McLester, James Somerville, A. B., physician, Birmingham. 

1892, Birmingham; s. Joseph McLester, Birmingham, and Nannie Somerville; 
b. Jan. 25, 1877; M. D. 1899, Univ. of Va. ; Res. Physician, Philadelphia Polyclinic 
Hospital. 

Milner, John, A. B., Presbyterian minister, Roswell, Ga. 

1893, Columbiana; s. William R. A. Milner and Mary Rebecca McWhorter; b. 
Dec. II, 1874. 

Moseley, Louis Marion, A. B., LL. B., '97, lawyer, Union Springs. 

1892, Union Springs; s. F. M. Moseley and Nellie Pledger; b. June 3, 1875. 

Northington, Allen, B. S., cashier, Prattville. 

1892, Prattville; s. W. T. Northington and Ella Adelle Smith; b. Nov. 9, 1876; 
Cashier, Autauga Banking and Trust Co. 

Parker, Graham, B. S., officer, U. S. Army. 

1892, University; s. Prof. William Asa Parker and Martha English Foster; b. 
Jan. 8, 1876; Private, Reg. Army, Philippine War; appointed 2nd Lieut., Artil. Corps, 
U. S. A., 1901. 

Payne, Warwick Henry, LL. B., (See 1895). 

Pelham, Samuel Clay, A. B., teacher, Anniston. 

1893, Anniston; s. Thomas A. Pelham and Tirza E. Morris; b. May 30, 1874; 
Prin., Pine St. Public School, Anniston. 

Prince, Sydney Rhodes, A. B., lawyer. Mobile. 

1893, Mobile; s. S. T. Prince and Helen Maria Rhodes; b. Sept. 11, 1876; LL. 
B., 1898, Georgetown Univ. 



1896] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 377 

Reid, John Edwin, LL. B., lawyer, , Ga. 

1895, Boiling; s. James A. Reid; b. Sept. 7, 1873. 

Smith, Edward Devereux, A. B., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1893, Birmingham; s. Addison Gillespie Smith and Florence Devereux Hop- 
kins; b. Sept. 5, 1875; LL. B., 1898, Georgetown Univ. 

Snow, Henry Adams, A. B., merchant, Tuscaloosa. 

1892, Tuscaloosa; s. E. N. C. Snow, Tuscaloosa, and Carrie T. McLester; b. 
Nov. 16, 1875. 

Stillman, James Sydney, A. B., book-keeper, Catasauqua, Pa. 

1893, Tuscaloosa; s. Rev. C. A. Stillman, Tuscaloosa, and El Freda Walker; 
b. June 10, 1876; Employed with Empire Steel & Iron Co. 

Swan, Harry Elvans, LL. B., lawyer. New York. 

1895, Birmingham; s. W. D. Swan, Washington, D. C, and Annie Lee Reader; 
b. Feb. 17, 1869; Sec. to Commander, Dept. of Cuba, and to Mil. Gov. of Cuba, 1898 — ; 
m. Carmela Trancosco, Havana, Cuba, Sept. 11, 1899. 

Teague, Robert Sterling, LL. B., (See 1887). 

Thetford, Kennon, A. B., physician, New York. 

1892, Talladega; s. Dr. W. F. Thetford, Talladega, and Cora A. Johnston; b. 
July 29, 1876; M. D., Univ. of Va., June 14, 1899; Practiced at Red Oak, Va., 1899- 
1901; Interne, Fordham Hosp., N. Y., 1901 — . 

Thompson, Jasper Fritz, LL. B., lawyer, Centerville. 

1895, Centreville; s. N. H. Thompson and Mattie J. James; b. Dec. 7, 187a; 
A. M., Howard Col., 1893; Prin., High School, Nicholsville, 1893-95; Mem. Constitu. 
Con., 1901; m. Byrdie Ward, Six Mile, Nov. 17, 1896. 

Tyson, Archibald Lowndes, LL. B., (See 1895). 

Wing, Joseph Silva, B. S., electrician, Montgomery. 

1893, Montgomery; s. Joseph R. Wing, Montgomery, and Theresa F. Bailey; 
b- Nov. 16, 187s; m. Annie B. Cartwright, Montgomery, June i6, 1897. 



1896. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

Ahlrichs, Alvin, (Law), LL. B., '97, lawyer, Cullman. 

1895, Cullman; s. Frederick Ahlrichs and Johanne Koopmann; b. Aug. 2T, 1869; 
A. B., Univ. of Notre Dame, Ind. 

Arrington, William Henry, (Fr.), Livingston. 

189s, Livingston; s. J. C. Arrington; b. Feb. i, 1880; Running Grist and 
Saw Mill. 

Bankhead, Henry McAuley, (Jun.), U. S. Army. 

1893, Fayette; s. Hon. John Hollis Bankhead and Tallulah James Brockman; 
b. Dec. 13, 1876; Capt., sth U- S. Vol. Inf., 1898-99, Spanish War; 2nd Lieut., U. S. 
Army, 1899 — . 



378 Record of Students [1896 

Bell, Marzette Hardie, (Soph.), merchant, Montgomery. 

1895, Montgomery; s. Newton Joseph Bell, Montgomery, and Eliza Whitley; b. 
May 22, 1874; Merchant at Calhoun, Lowndes Co.; m. Olive Jackson. 

Blocker, William Michael, (Fr.), secretary, Birmingham. 

189s, Hull; s. J. D. Blocker and Mary Anne Sartain; b. Feb. 8, 1880; Sec. and 
Purchasing Agent, Ala. Consol. Coal and Iron Co. 

Blount, Barney Isaac, (Law), planter. Union Springs. 

1895, Union Springs; s. T. R. Blount; b. July 30, 1875. 

Boykin, Gideon Frierson, (Fr.), miller, Brewton. 

1895, Brewton; s. Robert Hayne Boykin, Boykin, Ala., and Mary McKinney 
Frierson; b. May 26, 1876. 

Brown, Bret Rutledge, (Soph.), book-keeper, Birmingham. 

1895, Birmingham; s. W. S. Brown and Mary Smith; b. Sept. 7, 1878; Cotton 
buyer. 

Brown, Pelham Devereux, (Fr.), clerk, Tuscaloosa. 

189s, Tuscaloosa; s. Randall R. Brown and Susan Emerson; b. Dec. 29, 1878; 
Clerk, Probate Office, 1898—. 

Browne, Claude, (Fr.), Montgomery. 

189s, Talladega; s. Cecil Browne; b. March 5, 1879; U. S. Naval Acad., 1896-98. 

Comstock, Charles, (Law), lawyer, Pratt City. 

1895, Birmingham; s. William G. Comstock and Marcella Hukill; b. Dec. 3, 1875. 

Crawford, David Anderson, (Soph.), St. Louis, Mo. 

1894, Tuscaloosa; s. Robert Leighton Crawford, St. Louis, Mo., and Frances 
Elizabeth Webb; b. April i, 1872; Med. Student, Washington Univ., St. Louis, Mo., 
1898-1900; with Title Guaranty Trust Co., 1901 — . 

Crowe, William Alfred, (Fr.), stenographer, Memphis, Tenn. 

189s, Sheffield, Colbert Co.; s. Capt. James Crowe, Sheffield; b. April 7, 1878. 

Dew, John Heinard, (Jun.), , Tex. 

1893, Eutaw; b. April 11, 1875. 

Dow, Robert Barnwell, (Sen.), cotton buyer, Demopolis. 

1892, Demopolis; s. John Carmichael Dow and Irene Adele Kohler; b. Jan. 
19, 1878; Newspaper Correspondent. 

Downing, Elisha, (Soph.), lumber business, Castleberry. 

1893, Brewton; s. Elisha Downing and Easter Ellis; b. July 5, 1875; m. Lenna 
Harrold, Brewton, Nov., 1899. 

Echols, William Augustus, (Fr.), - Gadsden. 

1895, Gadsden; s. W. L. Echols; b. Sept. 20, 1877. 

Furniss, Henry Dawson, (Jun.), physician, New York. 

1894, Selma; s. Dr. John P. Furniss, Selma, and Elizabeth Matthews Dawson; 
b. March 25, 1878; M. D., U. of Va., 1899; Interne, N. Y. Post Grad. Med. School 
and Hosp., 1899-1901. 



i8q6] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 379 

Furniss, John Neilson, (Soph.), physician, New York. 

1895, Selma; s. Dr. John P. Furniss and Elizabeth Matthews Dawson; b. Nov. 

a, 1879; M. D., U. of Va., 1900, and the University and Bellevue Med. Col., N. Y., 
1901; Interne, Post Grad. Hospital, N. Y., 1901-03. 

Gluck, Adolph, (Soph.), book-keeper, Tuscaloosa. 

1894, Tuscaloosa; s. Herman Gluck, Tuscaloosa, and Fannie Roth; b. Oct 
10, 1877. 

Gluck, Emil, (Fr.), merchant, Tuscaloosa. 

189s, Tuscaloosa; s. Herman Gluck and Fannie Roth; b. Nov. 19, 1879. 

Hargrove, Thomas Allen, (Fr.), book-keeper, Tuscaloosa. 

189s, Tuscaloosa; s. Tenedus Allen Hargrove and Minerva Thomas; b. Oct 
14, 1878. 

Head, Beverly Pierce, (Jun.), electrician, Birmingham. 

1894, Birmingham; s. Judge James B. Head, Birmingham, and Virginia Pierce; 

b. Oct. 6, 1876; Solicitor and Inspector, Electric Light Co. 

Hirshberg, Lee Henry, (Fr.), clerk. Mobile. 

1894, Mobile; s. S. Hirshberg and Diana Solomon; b. Oct. 10, 1876, 

Hodgson, Joseph, Jr., (Soph.), clerk. Mobile. 

189s, Mobile; s. Joseph Hodgson and Florence Holt; b. Dec. 23. 1878; Clerk 
for M. & O. R. R. 

*Land, Henry Malone, (Law), Havana, Cuba, 

189s, McLendon; s. H. M. Land; b. Nov. 19, 1874; d. Nov., 1899. 

Levy, Julius Goldstein, (Fr.), clerk. Mobile. 

1895, Mobile; s. Abe Levy and Beckie Goldstein; b. April 4, 1880. 

Luckie, Lorenzo Foster, (Jun.), dentist, Birmingham. 

189s, Birmingham; s. Dr. J. B. Luckie and Susan Oliver Dillard; b. Dec. 20, 
187s; ist Sgt., Co. G, ist Ala. Reg., Vol., Spanish War, and clerk to mustering officer. 

Lyons, Mark, (Soph.), cashier, Mobile. 

189s, Mobile; s. Mark Lyons and Amelia Horsier; b. July 31, 1878; Cashier, 
So. Log Cart and Supply Co.; m. Saidee Howard Sage, Mobile, Nov. 7, 1900. 

Martin, Frank, (Soph.), lawyer, Jacksonville. 

1895, Jacksonville; s. J. T. Martin, Jacksonville, and Susan H. Francis; b. 
Dec. 9, 1878. 

Mathews, Wilson Maurice, (Soph.) 

1895, Austin, Tex.; b. July 13, 1877. 

McCoIlum, William Harrison, (Law), lawyer. Carbon Hill. 

1895, Fayette; s. William C. McCollum and Susan Eason; b. Feb. 26, 1874; m. 
Trannie Bell Daughty, Ridge, Oct. 14, 1896. 

McKenzie, Thomas Earle, (Soph.), book-keeper, Greenville. 

1894, Greenville; s. J. M. McKenzie and Callie Ketlen; b. Sept. i, 1877. 



380 Record of Students [1896 

McWilliams, Richard Edward, Jr., (Soph.), planter, Camden. 

1895, Camden; s. R. E. McWilliams, Camden, and Amelia Coates; b. May 

22, 1876. 

Molette, Wilham Page, LL. B., '97, lawyer. Mobile. 

1895, Portland, Dallas Co.; s. William P. Molette, Portland, and Julia Foster; 
b. Aug. 17, 1874; C. E., Howard Col., 1895; m. Eleanor Bainbridge Cochran, Dallas 
Co., Jan. 3, 1900. 

Murphy, Louis Gassett, (Law), lawyer. Clarendon, Ark. 

1895, Decatur; s. James I. Murphy, Decatur, and Sallie R. Stephenson; b. 
May s, 1874. 

Parker, Bessie Jemison, (Sen.), M. S., 'oi, teacher, University, 
Ala. 

1893, University; dau. Prof. William Asa Parker and Martha English Foster; 
b. April 4, 1875; Teacher of Science in Ga. Normal and Industrial Col., 1896-97; State 
Normal, Jacksonville, 1897-98; Converse College, Spartansburg, S. C, 1898-1901, 
Ward's Seminary, Nashville, Tenn., 1901 — . 

Pearce, Clovus Marvin, ( Fr. ) , merchant and planter. Carbon Hill. 

1895, Pearce's Mills, Marion Co.; s. James Pearce, Pearce's Mills, and Delia 
Elizabeth Clark; b. Aug. 9, 1879. 

Powers, John Spearman, (Fr.), planter, Moundville. 

1895, Moundville; s. John S. Powers and Sudie Beck; b. Oct. 20, 1878. 

Pratt, Henry Merrill, (Sen.), Memphis, Tenn. 

1892, Prattville; s. Merrill Edward Pratt and Julia Adelaide Smith; b. May 20, 
1876; Selling Gin Machinery; Manager, Memphis Branch ofiBce, Continental Gin Co. 

Rankin, Albert Lamar, (Soph.), Geneva. 

1895, Brewton; s. C. F. Rankin; b. May s> 1877. 

Richardson, Terry McCall, (Sen.), lawyer, Montgomery. 

1892, Greenville; s. Judge J. C. Richardson, Greenville, and Bessie McCall; b. 
Dec. 23, 1876; City Atty., Troy, 1897-99; Capt., Co. I, A. N. G., Troy Rifles, 1898-99. 

Sherer, John Madison, (Law), lawyer, Ensley. 

189s, Dry Creek; s. J. D. Sherer; b. June 7, 1874. 

Smith, Ardis, (Law), ball player, Birmingham. 

1895, Birmingham; s. W. F. Smith; b. April 2, 1873. 

Smith, John Gaines, (Fr.), Northport. 

1895, Northport; s. D. W. Smith and Amanda Brown; b. Nov. 5, 1877; Editor 
Northport Breeze, 1898-99. 

Smith, Walter Keirn, Jr., (Jun.), clerk, Birmingham. 

1894, Livingston; s. Walter Keirn Smith and Susan Tankersley; b. Sept 

23, 1876. 

Solomon, David Lyon, (Fr.), St. Louis. 

189s, Meridian, Miss.; s. Jacob Schey Solomon and Fannie Lyon; b. Sept 
12, 1880. 



1897] Graduates with Titled Degrees 381 

Sowell, Samuel, (Jun.), Brewton. 

1894, Brewton, Escambia Co.; s. C. L. Sowell, Brewton, and Annie Jemigan; 
b. June 22, 1877. 

Stewart, Eldred McWhorter, (Fr.), minister, Greenville. 

1895, Greenville; s. John A. Stewart, Greenville, and Elizabeth C. Graham; b. 
Sept. 22, 1879; A. B., Howard Col., 1899; Student, So. Bap. Theolog. Sem., Louis- 
ville, Ky. 

Stoelker, Otto Carl, (Soph.), civil engineer, Wellington, Wash. 

189s, Montgomery; s. Otto Stoelker, Birmingham, and Mary Edna Kirksey; 
b. June 30, 1879. 

Strickland, Edward, (Fr.), planter, Vineland. 

1895, Vineland, Marengo Co.; s. S. L. Strickland; b. Oct. 20, 1879. 

Teague, Oscar, (Jun.), Montgomery. 

1894, Montgomery; s. William Martin Teague and Eugenia Isabella Jackson; 
b. Jan. 8, 1878; B. S., 1898, M. S., 1899, Vanderbilt; now Med. Student at Gottingen, 
Germany. 

Townsend, Shepherd Alson, (Law), lawyer. High Springs, Fla. 

1895, Pine Level; s. Jefferson M. Townsend and Savannah Elizabeth Guice; 
b. Aug. 23, 1876. 

Vandiver, Henry Frank, (Fr.), merchant, Montgomery. 

189s, Montgomery; s. W. F. Vandiver; b. Nov. i, 1874. 

Walker, Douglass Grant, (Law) 

189s, Tuscaloosa; b. Nov. 4, i868. 

Wallace, Nicholas Blackburne, (Fr.), physician, Brunswick, Ga. 

1895, Athens; s. Nicholas Blackburne Wallace, Sr., and Elkmont Ada Pettey; 
b. July I, 1877; M. D., 1899, St. Louis Med. Col.; m. Jonnie Fletcher, Wartrace, 
Tenn., Dec, 1899. 

White, Hugh Hamilton, (Soph.), lawyer, Gadsden. 

189s, Spring Garden; s. T. N. White and Ellen Josephine Glover; b. Feb. 12, 
1877; A. B., U. of Ga., 1898; Prin., Hearn Inst, Cave Springs, Ga., 1898-1900. 

1897. Graduates with Titled Degrees 
Acton, John Madison, A. B,. Trussville. 

1894, Trussville; s. S. W. Acton and Mary E. Cross; b. June 15, 1875; Teacher 
at Easonville, 189798; Quartermaster Sgt., 5th Immunes, U. S. Vol., Spanish War. 

Adams, David Bell, A. B., Murray. 

1893, Floreixe; s. Samuel Adams and Ann Mitchell; b. Oct. 2^, 1878; with 
Tutwiler Coal and Coke Co. 

Andrews, Warren Elbert, LL. B., Enterprise. 

1896, Troy; s. S. W. Andrews; b. April 16, 1874; ist Lieut., Co. H, 2nd Ala. 
Vol. Inf., Spanish War, 1898. 



3^2 Record of Students [1897 

Basham, Harvey Alonzo, LL. B., lawyer, Shawnee, Okla. 

1896, Cullman; s. John A. Basham, Cullman, and Virginia Stover; b. Sept. i, 
1875; Teacher, Good Hope High School, 1894-95; m. Bertha Gertrude Heflin, Ardmore, 
Ind. Ten, Jviae zg, 1897. 

Bestor, Daniel Perrin, Jr., B. S., lawyer, Mobile. 

1894, Mobile; s. Daniel Perrin Bestor and Ellen Tarleton; b. Aug. 24, 1876. 

Bostick, Floyd Alexander, LL. B., lawyer, Scottsboro. 

1896, Scottsboro; s. John R. Bostick, Princeton, and Elizabeth Clay; b. Dec 
31, 1866; State Senator, 1900-04. 

Brown, Milton, Leopold, B. S., merchant. Mobile. 

1894, Mobile; s. Samuel Brown, Mobile, and Eleanor Isaacs; b. March 6. 1877. 

Burgett, John Irwin, LL. B., (See 1894). 

Drennen, Jesse LaFayette, LL. B., (See 1896). 

Dunlap, David Richardson, B. S., cashier. Mobile. 

189s, Mobile; s. David Richardson Dunlap and Virginia V. Wheeler; b. June 
19, 1879; Sec. and Treas., Ala. Iron Works, 1897-1901; Cashier, Merchants' Bank, 
1901 — . 

Emerson, Harvey Allen, LL. B., lawyer, Anniston. 

1896, Oxford; s. Hushel Summerfield Emerson and Louisa F. Allen; b. Jan. 
3. 1873. 

Evans, Robert Leander, LL. B., lawyer, Edwardsville. 

1896, Edwardsville; s. William Evans and Rosana Catherine Vaughan; b. Jan. 
29. 1873; m. Mary E. Hallman, Cross Plains, Ga., Nov. 17, 1897. 

Ferguson, William Hill, LL. B., (See 1896). 

Friedman, Victor Hugo, B. M. E., civil engineer, Tuscaloosa. 

1893, Tuscaloosa; s. Bernhard Friedman and Adelle Black; b. Sept. 28, 1877; 
Asst. Engineer Mines at Searles. 

Gholston, Christopher Lewis, A. B., merchant. Union Springs. 

1894, Union Springs; s. T. M. Gholston, Union Springs, and Henriette Bicker- 
staff; b. June 6, 1875; m. lone Hilsman Eley, Union Springs, June 26, 1901. 

Godfrey, Blake Woodson, A. B., Y. M. C. A. Sec, Bristol, Tenn. 

1893, Gainesville; s. L. D. Godfrey, Gainesville, and Nannie Temple Woodson; 
b. March 26, 1876; Asst. Sec, Y. M. C. A., Luna, Ohio, 1897-98; Gen. Sec, Athena, 
Ga., 1898-99; Bristol, Tenn., 1899 — ; Army Sec, Spanish War, 1898. 

Hayes, Edgar, B. M. E., officer, U. S. Marine Corps. 

1894, Jasper; s. J. H. Hayes and Mildred Files; b. July 13, 1877; 1st Lieut., 
Co. K, 2nd Ala. Reg., Spanish War, 1898; Mine Operator, 1897-99; •snd Lieut, U. S. 
Marine Corps, igoo — . 

Henley, John Woodson, A. B., insurance, Birmingham, 

1894, Birmingham; s. Dr. Albert T. Henley and Nannie Randolph Tayloe; b. 
Sept. 16, 1876; Special Agent, N. Y. Life Ins. Co. 



1897] Graduates with Titled Degrees 383 

Hope, Offnere, LL. B., lawyer, Havana, Cuba. 

1894, Tuscaloosa; s. Edward N. Hope, Portsmouth, Ohio, and Mary L. Glover; 
b. Aug. 26, 1874; in Appraiser's Division, Cuban Customs, Havana, 1900 — . 

Hopson, Hudrnon, A. B., merchant, Birmingham. 

1894, Tuscaloosa; s. G. W. Hopson and Adelle Saphenia Hudmon; b. June 28, 
1878; m. Wilma Shelton, Birmingham, July 16, 1901. 

Howze, Harry Clayton, A. B., clerk, Marion. 

1894, Marion; s. H. Y. Howze, Marion, and Claudia Clayton Baldwin; b. Dec 

3, 1876. 

Hybart, Charles Louis, LL. B., lawyer, Monroeville. 

1896, Mobile; s. H. H. Hybart and Jane Calhoun Posey; b. Aug. 5, 1875; Rep., 
Gen. Assem., Ala., 1900-02. 

Ingersoll, Ernest Linwood, LL. B., lawyer, Phoenix City. 

i8q6. Phoenix City; s. William Jackson Ingersoll, Phoenix City, and Mary Louise 
Wynn; b. Aug. 22, 1876; Editor of The State. 

Johnston, Stansel Powell, A. B., Knoxville, Tenn. 

1894, Wilmington; s. A. H. Johnston; b. Dec. 10, 1869; Teacher, Jasper, 1897- 
98, Corona, 1898-99; U. S. Pension Office, Knoxville, Tenn., 1899 — . 

Lamkin, Griffin, A. B., LL. B., 1900, lawyer, Birmingham. 

189s, 1899, Jasper; s. Thomas P. Lamkin, Jasper, and Nannie M. Gravlee; b. 
Nov. 7, 1877; Accountant at Jasper, 1897-99; Law Student, Georgetown Univ., 1900-01. 

Lee, Alto Velo, Jr., A. B., A. M., '99, teacher, Attalla. 

1894, 1898, Clayton; s. Alto Velo Lee and Lillie Lawrence; b. July 28, 1876; 
Prin. Attalla Public Schools, 1899-1902. 

McConnell, Joseph Lorraine, LL. B., (See 1895). 

Moody, Frank Maxwell, A. B., banker and insurance, Tuscaloosa. 

1893, Tuscaloosa; s. Frank S. Moody and Mary Farley Maxwell; b. Sept. 30, 
1877; m. Beverly Allen Hill, Tuscaloosa, May 2, 1900. 

Moseley, Louis Marion, LL. B., (See 1896). 

Murphy, Samuel Davidson, LL. B., (See 1887). 

Ostien, Leander A., LL. B. 

1896, Tuscaloosa; b. July 8, 1863. 

Peters, Mathew, LL. B., lawyer, New Site. 

1896, New Site; s. J. K. Peters, Hamlet, and Johnnie H. O. Morrison; b. Oct. 

4. 1870. 

Pettus, Erie, A. B., LL. B., '99, lawyer, Athens. 

1894, Elkmont, Limestone Co.; s. Dr. J. A. Pettus and Musie Cartwright; b. 
Feb. 4, 1877; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1898-1902; Commandant, U. of Ala., 1898-99; 
Mem. Constitu. Conven., 1901. 



384 Record of Students [1897 

Pillans, Palmer, B. S., lawyer, Mobile. 

1894, Mobile; s. Harry Pillans, Mobile, and Elizabeth Henshaw Torrey; b. 
Nov. 3, 1876. 

Powell, Richard Holmes, A. B., LL. B., 1900, lawyer, Linden, 

1894, 1 899- 1 900, Union Springs; s. J. B. Powell and Almyra Hinson Brown; 
b. Nov. 6, 1876. 

Rather, John Daniel, Jr., A. B., lawyer, Tuscumbia. 

1893, Tuscumbia; s. John Daniel Rather, Tuscumbia, and Letitia Pearsall; 
b. March 30, 1876. 

Reynolds, Gibson, A. B., physician, New York. 

1893, Montgomery; s. Thomas Henry Reynolds and Elizabeth A. Jordan; b. 
Jan. 16, 1877; M. D., 1901, Columbia Univ., N. Y.; Interne, Gen. Memorial Hospi- 
tal, N. Y. 

Rice, Edward Guy, LL. B., lawyer, Prattville. 

1896, Prattville; s. J. D. Rice and L. M. Zugler; b. Nov. 2, 1876. 

Searcy, George Harris, A. B., physician, Tuscaloosa. 

1893, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. James T. Searcy and Annie R. Ross; b. Feb. 14, 1877; 
Med. Student, Tulane; M. D., Univ. of Mich., 1901; Interne Hospital, 1901 — . 

Shafer, Walter Russell, LL. B., lawyer, Selma. 

1896, Selma; s. Joseph C. Shafer and Jennie Estelle Suther; b. March 17, 
1876, at Charlotte, N. C; B. S., A. P. I., 1895. 

Slone, Samuel Byron, LL. B., (See 1895). 

Sneed, Daniel Morgan, LL. B., lawyer, Andalusia. 

1896, Dothen; s. J. M. Snead and Sibbie Anne Kennedey; b. July 4, 1875; 
A. B., Howard Col., 1895; Teacher, Dothan Pub. Schools, 1895-96. 

Sturdivant, Jennings Inge, LL. B., (See 1885). 

Taylor, Wade Douglass, LL. B., lawyer, Huntsville. 

1896, Huntsville; s. Thomas J. Taylor, Huntsville, and Lockey Douglass; b. 
July 29, 1876; Gen. Administrator, Madison Co., 1898-1904; m. Grace Nolan, Hunts- 
ville, Sept. II, 1900. 

Trimble, Duncan Dew, A. B., clerk, Birmingham. 

1893, Birmingham; s. N. W. Trimble, Birmingham, and Mary Jane Robinson; 
b. April 10, 1876; Deputy Clerk, U. S. Courts, Birmingham, 1898 — . 

Trimble, John, A. B., clerk, Birmingham, 

1893, Birmingham; s. N. W. Trimble, Birmingham, and Mary Jane Robinson; 
b. Oct. 10, 1877; Capt., 3rd Ala. Inf., Vol., Spanish War, 1898; Deputy Clerk, U. S. 
Court, Birmingham, 1899; Clerk, Q. M. Dept., U. S. A., Havana, Cuba. 

Ward, Wallace Tolbert, LL. B., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1896, Coaling, Tuscaloosa Co.; s. H. J. Ward, Coaling, and Margaret James; 
b. March 7, 1874; m. Minnie Marion Jenkins, Bessemer. 

White, Murray Collins, A. B., book-keeper, Birmingham. 

1894, Birmingham; s. Frank Shelley White and Octavia A. Collins; b. Nov. 
14. 1875. 



1897] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 385 

Wilkinson, Henry Alfred, LL. B., lawyer, Dawson, Ga. 

1896, Bronwood, Ga. ; s. W. H. Wilkinson and Nancy Elizabeth Davis; b. 
June 24, 1873; City Atty., Dawson, 1898-1900. 

Wilson, Edward Paul, LL. B., lawyer, St. Stephens. 

1896, Wetumpka; s. Jack R. Wilson and Emily J. DeWolf; b. May 15, 1871; 
Mem. Constitu. Conven., 1901; Solicitor, Washington Co., 1898 — . 



1897. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

Austin, Robert Ervin, (Ec), soldier, U. S. Army. 

1896-97, 1897-98, Spring Hill, Mobile Co.; s. Hurieosco Austill, Mobile, and 
Aurora Roberta Erwin; b. Jan. 20, 1878; Private, 2nd Ala. Reg., Vol., Spanish War, 
1898; Private, 18th U. S. Inf., Philippine War. 

Ayres, Albert Martin, Jr., (Fr.), planter, Warrenton. 

1896, Warrenton, Marshall Co.; s. Albert Martin Ayres, Guntersville, and Nan- 
nie Foster; b. March 24, 1879. 

Badger, Herbert Leon, (Ec), Pittsburg, Pa. 

1896, Pittsburg, Pa.; s. J. B. Badger; b. May 30, 1879. 

Bailey, Eugene DeLeon, (Soph.), clerk, Pleasant Hill. 

1896, Pleasant Hill; s. J. W. Bailey and Clara S. Hardy; b. April 23, 1877. 

Fenn, Hugh Matherson, (Soph.), pharmacist, Clayton. 

1896, Clayton; s. Calvin W. Fenn and Martha ; b. July 20, 1874. 

Forcheimer, Seymour Ferde, (Soph.), grocer. Mobile. 

1895, Mobile; s. Ferdinand Forcheimer, Mobile, and Bertha Forcheimer; b. 
June 29, 1879. 

Goodwyn, Albert Gallatin, (Ec), trav. salesman, Montgomery. 

1896, Robinson Springs; s. Albert T. Goodwyn and Priscilla Cooper Tyler; 
b. Oct. I, 1876; 2nd Lieut., 5th U. S. Vol. Inf., Spanish War, 1898. 

Guttery, Claude, (Ec), merchant, Jasper. 

1896, Jasper; s. George H. Guttery, Jasper, and Alice Stanley; b. Oct 17, 1877. 

Harmon, Charles Edward, (Law), lawyer, Troy. 

1896, Troy; s. John Fletcher Harmon, Orion, and Nancy Bateman; b. Aug. 
26, 1876. 

Herring, James Lewis, (Law), (See 1896). 

Hess, George Anderson, (Ec), planter, Scottsboro. 

1895, Scottsboro; s. Anderson A. Hess; b. Aug. 7, 1878. 

Hilman, Joseph Gulley, (Soph.), clerk, Epes. 

189s, Epes; s. J. J. Hilman and Emma R. Garrett; b. Nov. 15, 1878; Clerk, 
Census office, Washington, D. C, 1900 — . 

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386 Record of Students [1S97 

Hobbie, Richard Martin, (Sen.), merchant, Montgomery. 

1894, Montgomery; s. H. M. Hobbie and Lenora Elizabeth Jackson; b. April 
14, 1877; m. Annie Henderson, Troy, Nov. 7, 1900. 

Jemison, Robert Sorsby, (Jun.), hardware business, Birmingham. 

1895, Birmingham; s. Robert Jemison and Eugenia Rebecca Sorsby; b. FeD. 
28, 1878; Student, Univ. of South, 1897-98; m. Virginia Walker, Birmingham, Nov. 
12, 1901. . j 

Jenkins, Samuel Calhoun, (Law), (See 1889). L 

Jones, James Heustis, (Soph.), physician. Snow Hill. 

1896, Camden; s. Dr. J. P. Jones and Camilla Boykin; b. March ii, 1876; M. 
D., Tulane, 1901; Student, A. P. I., 1897-98. 

Jones, John Paul, Jr., (Soph.), LL. B., 1900, lawyer, Camden. 

1896-97, 1899 1900, Camden; s. Dr. J. Paul Jones and Camilla Boykin; b. June 
10, 1878; Student, A. P. I., 1897-98; Vanderbilt Law School, 1898-99; Solicitor, Wil- 
cox Co. 

Jones, Robert Isaiah, (Law), planter and lawyer, Hestle. 

1896, Sunny South; s. Henry Robert Jones, Lower Peach Tree, and Mary Eliza- 
beth Hestle; b. April 24, 1862; m. Mary Ellen Watson, Lower Peach Tree, March 
7, 1883. 

Jones, Winston Boykin, (Soph.), physician, Camden. 

1896, Camden; s. Dr. J. Paul Jones and Camilla Boykin; b. April 30, 1880; 
Student, A. P. L, 1897-98; M. D., Tulane, 1901. 

Kilgore, Hardee Cochrane, (Soph.), stenographer, Tuscaloosa. 

189s, Tuscaloosa; s. Charles C. Kilgore and Sarah A. Leach; b. Aug. 26, 1878; 
with T. Snow Hardware Co. 

Killebrew, James Buckner, Jr., (Spec), physician. Mobile. 

1896, Tuscaloosa; s. Joseph Buckner Killebrew, Nashville, Tenn., and Mary 
Catherine Wimberly; b. Jan. 14, 1872; M. D., U. of Va., 1896; Asst. Physician, Ala- 
Bryce Insane Hosp., Tuscaloosa, 1896-98, Interne, N. Y. Polyclinic Hosp., 1899-1900. 

Laslie, Carnie Graham, (Sen.), Tuskegee. 

1895, Tuskegee; s. Major Carnie Laslie, Tuskegee, and Gussie Thompson; b. 
Sept. 13, 1878; Medical Student. 

Legg, Andrew Covey, Jr., (Law), (See 1895). 

Martin, Lucy Grace Archer, (Spec), U. S. Navy. 

1896, Birmingham; dau. John Mason Martin and Lucy C. Peck; b. Nov. 3, 
1873; m. at Tuscaloosa, Oct. 4, 1898, William Nessler McKelvy, Capt. in U. S. Navy. 

Maxwell, Jesse Colars, (Ec), book-keeper, Tuscaloosa. 

1895, Tuscaloosa; s. Jesse M. Maxwell and SalHe I. Thomas; b. Sept. 30, 1S78. 

Maxwell, Matthew Thomas, (Ec), clerk, Tuscaloosa. 

1896, Tuscaloosa; s. Jesse M. Maxwell and Sallie I. Thomas; b. March 27, 
1880; Clerk, Probate office, 1900 — . 



1897] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 387 

McEachin, Archibald Bruce, Jr., (Ec), LL. B., '01, lawyer, 
Tuscaloosa. 

1895-97, 1900, Tuscaloosa; s. Archibald Bruce McEachin and Endora Somer- 
ville; b. Jan. 2, 1879; Sec. for Congressman Bankhead, 1898-99; Student, Georgetown 
Law School, 1898. ^ 

McKelvy, Mrs. William Nessler, (See Lucy Grace Archer Mar- 
tin). 

Merrill, Hugh Davis, (Law), lawyer, Edwardsville. 

1896, Edwardsville; s. James B. Merrill and Mary Elizabeth Faver; b. Dec. 20, 
1877; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1900-02; m. Fannye Abercrombie, Edwardsville, April 
i, 1899. 



Morris, Emory Arnold, (Law) 

1896, Blountsville ; b. May 23, 1879. 

Nicholls, Augustus Hoke, (Ec), Tuscaloosa. 

1894, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. A. B. C. Nicholls and Mary Foster; b. March 22, 1878; 
Employ of Gov. at Fort Morgan. 

Pickens, William Champ, (Jun.), clerk. New Orleans, La. 

1894, Livingston; b. May 31, 1877. 

Powers, James Pinckney, (Law), (See 1893). 

Pruett, James Garnett, (Fr.), druggist, Smithville, Ga. 

1896, Clayton; s. W. H. Pruett, Clayton, and Ann Browder; b. Dec. 4, 1878. 

Putnam, William Barrett, (Soph.), teacher, Pulaski, Tenn. 

1896, Ashville; s. Joel A. Putnam, Ashville, and Malinda ; b. Feb. 

r, 1873- 

Ramsay, William Arthur, (Law), Clarksville, Tenn. 

1897, Sumterville; s. J. Reid Ramsay, Sumterville, and Sarah Wrenn; b. Dec 
7, 1873; A. B., S. W. P. University, 1900; Theological Student. 

Stewart, Solly, (Jun.), merchant, Jackson. 

1895, Jackson; s. J. C. Stewart, Jackson, and Nancy McVay; b. Aug. 24, 1877. 

Thornton, Harry Innes, Jr., (Soph.), McAlpine. 

1894, Tuscaloosa; s. Col. Harry Innes Thornton and SalHe Amelia Blocker; 
b. Jan. 13, 1880; Clerk in Q. M. Dept., U. S. Army, appointed 1898; in Civil Service, 
U. S. Gov. 

Windham, Lee Burton, Jr., (Jun.), Stone. 

1894, Stone, Pickens Co.; s. Lee Burton Windham and Annie Crawford Deale; 
b. Oct. 12, 1877; Med. Student at Mobile. 

Wright, Stobo James, (Soph.), conductor, Statesboro, Ga. 

189s, Clayton; s. W. F. Wright, Statesboro, Ga., and Mary James; b. Dec. 
I, 1876; Conductor, Savannah & Statesbury R'way; m. Agnes Marshall, Savannah, 
Ga., Jan. 15, 1901. 



388 Record of Students [1898 

1898. Graduates with Titled Degrees 
*Bestor, George Tarleton, A. B., (post obit.), Mobile. 

1895, Mobile; s. Daniel Perrin Bestor and Ellen Tarleton; b. Oct. 7, 1878; d. 
May S, 1898. 

Bingham, Ernest Gray, A. B., physician, Birmingham. 

1895, Talladega; s. Samuel R. Bingham and Ella Dale Johns; b. July 17, 1876; 
Ph. G., M. D., 1901, Birmingham Med. Col. 

*EIlis, James Brock, A. B., Bailey Springs. 

1895, Bailey Springs; s. William P. Ellis, Bailey Springs, and Ella S. Brock; 
b. Aug. 20, 1879; Killed by R. R. Train at Poplar Bluff, Mo., June 18, 1899. 

Fielder, Frank Harvey, A. B., A. M., 1900, teacher, Benton. 

1894, Benton; s. John W. Fielder and Alice Curtis; b. Nov. 6, 1877; Teacher, 
Salitpa, 1898-99; Post Adjt., U. of Ala., 1899-1900; Teacher, Drew Normal Inst., 
Wilmar, Ark., 1900-01; Prin., Hayneville Pub. School, 1901 — . 

Flowers, Walter Banes, A. B., manufacturer, Greenville. 

1895, Greenville; s. William M. Flowers, Greenville, and Sophronia E. Peagler; 
b. Dec. II, 1877. 

Hope, Vernon, B. S., engineer, Nuevitas, Cuba. 

189s, Tuscaloosa; s. Edward Nixon Hope, Portsmouth, Ohio, and Mary Letitia 
Glover; b. Dec. 19, 1878; Supt., Cuban Mining Co., Las Minas, Cuba. 

Houser, Shaler Charles, B. S., C. E., '99, engineer, Anniston. 

1894, Anniston; s. Thomas L. Houser and Julia Elizabeth Jones; b. June i, 
1879; Asst. City Engineer, Mobile, 1899; Sec. and Treas., S. Anniston Lumber Co.; 
General Contractor and Builder. 

Nabors, Robert Taylor, A. B., LL. B., 'oi, Tuscaloosa. 

1895, Tuscaloosa; s. Rev. Robert Taylor Nabors and M. Lizzie Andrews; b. 
Sept. 15, 1879; Teacher, 1898-99, V. M. I., Tuscaloosa and Mt. Meigs, 1899-1900. 

Price, Robert Watkins, Jr., A. B., soldier, U. S. Army. 

189s, Dayton; s. Robert William Price, Dayton, and Pattie Watkins; b. June 
29, 1878; Private, 29th Reg., U. S. A., Philippine Isles. 

Pratt, Leonard Calloway, Jr., A. M., Birmingham. 

1897, River Bend; s. Leonard C. Pratt and Mary Clements; b. Aug. 30, 1874; 
B. S., A. P. I., 1897; Teacher, 3rd Dist. Agri. School, Abbeville, 1898-99; Asst. 
Teacher, Tuscaloosa Graded Schools, 1900-01. 

Rice, Fleetwood, B. S., clerk, Northport. 

1894, Northport; s. Talbert Alexander Rice and Sarah Elizabeth Shelton; b. 
Dec. 3, 1875; Prof. Math, and Sci. and Commandant, S. Ala. Inst., Thomasville, 
1898-99; Supt., ISorthport School, 1899-1900; m. Josephine Tait Ray, Midway, Sept. 
19, 1899; Law Student. 

Shivers, Offa Lunsford, A. B., physician, Marion. 

189s, Marion; s. O. L. Shivers and Minnie Cocke; b. Oct. i, 1876; Med. Stu- 
dent at Birmingham; M. D., Vanderbilt, 1901. 



1898] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 389 

Smith, Joseph Molton, A. B., merchant, Birmingham. 

1895, Birmingham; s. J. R. Smith, Jr., Birmingham, and Kate Molton; b. Sept. 
23, 1878. 

Spratt, Robert Davy, A. B., Livingston. 

1894, Livingston; s. James Polk Spratt, Livingston, and Mattie A. Beggs; b. 
Feb. 25, 1879; Med. Student at Tulane. 

Sprott, Samuel Henry, Jr., A. B., teacher, Livingston. 

1894, Livingston; s. Judge Samuel H. Sprott and Leonora Brockway; b. Sept. 
4, 1879; Teacher, Univ. School, Mobile, 1898-1901; Law Student. 

Steinhart, Louis Leopold, A. B., LL. B., 'oi, lawyer, Greenville. 

1894, Greenville; s. A. Steinhart and Pauline Lehman; b. Feb. 25, 1878. 

Tait, George Gilmer, A. B., clerk, Henry ellen. 

1894, Camden; s. Robert Tait, Canton Bend, and Mary Jane Erwin; b. Jan. 
23, 1874- 

White, Frank Shelley, Jr., A. B., LL. B., 'oi, lawyer, Birmingham. 

1895-98; 1899, Birmingham; s. Frank S. White and Octavia A. Collins; b. 
Oct. 21, 1879. 

1898. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

Acton, Joel Duncan, (Ec), Trussville. 

1896, Trussville; s. Samuel W. Acton and Mary E. Cross; b. Aug. 14, 1876. 

Altman, John William, (Ec), lawyer, Birmingham. 

1896, Birmingham; s. J. J. Altman and Cora Adela Lockard; b. Oct. 2, 1878; 
Congressional Sec; LL. B., Georgetown Univ., 1901. 

Austin, Robert Erwin, (Law), (See 1897). 

Baxley, Mrs. J. A., (See Lula V. Hosmer). 

Bealle, Mabel Eloise, (Spec), Knoxville. 

1897, Tuscaloosa; dau. John Shepard Bealle and Eloise Elizabeth Johnson; b. 
Oct. II, 1878; m. Dr. Nathan Herbert Carpenter, June 7, 1899. 

Billups, Melvi'i Phinizy, (Jun.), clerk. Mobile. 

1896, Mobile; s. Jacob Phinizy Billups, Mobile, and Jennie Ames Tarleton; 
b. Dec. I, 1879; Clerk, So. R.R. Freight Office. 

Bingham, Donald Cameron, (Fr.), cadet, U. S. Nav. Acad. 

1897, Talladega; s. J. O. Bingham, Talladega, and Lillie Schuessler; b. Aug. 
8, 1882. 

*Black, Joseph Forsythe, (Ec), Mobile. 

1895, Mobile; s. John W. Black, Mobile, and Mary Lee Forsythe; b. June 16, 
1879; Private, 2nd Ala. Reg. Vol., Spanish War, 1898; d. in Mil. Ser.. Jacksonville^ 
Fla., Aug. 24, 1898. 



390 Record of Students [1898 

Bl^ir, James Winn, (Jr.), cadet, U. S. M. A. 

1897, Clayton; s. D. H. Blair and Mary A. Pynes, Clayton; b. Jan. 30, 1877. 

Burns, Jackson Clay, (Soph.), cotton business, Selma. 

1897, Burnsville, Dallas Co.; s. John F. Burns, Burnsville, and Eugenia 
Clay; b. Dec. 29, 1881. 

Bynum, Clarence Henry, (Fr.), contractor, Scottsboro. 

1897, Scottsboro; s. Hugh R. Bynum, Scottsboro, and Lucy C. Scott; b. July 

2, 1876; Contractor for Pike Roads, Jackson Co. 

Bynum, Hugh Otis, (Fr.), contractor, Scottsboro. 

1897, Scottsboro; s. Hugh R. Bynum, Scottsboro, and Lucy C. Scott; b. July 
14, 1878; Contractor for Pike Roads, Jackson Co. 

Byrd, Herman, (Fr.), planter, Eutaw. 

1897, Eutaw, Greene Co.; s. W. S. Byrd; b. Feb. 4, 1877. 

Cameron, William Green, (Law), Leon. 

1897, Leon. Crenshaw Co.; s. A. H. Cameron; b. Oct. 12, 1874. 

Camper, Ambrose Brown, (Soph.), Florence. 

1897, Florence; s. M. C. Camper and Minnie Brown; b. Dec. 16, 1881; Student, 
Vanderbilt Univ. 

Carpenter, Mrs. Nathan Herbert, (See Mabel E. Bealle), 
Chambers, Joseph Sherriff, (Fr.), real estate, Talladega. 

1897, Talladega; s. George W. Chambers and Emma Selena Hopkins; b. Nov. 

3, 1877; Manager Opera House. 

Cheney, John Clifford, (Fr.), Montgomery. 

1897, Montgomery; s. John C. Cheney, Montgomery, and Emma R. Parramore; 
b. May 30, 1880. 

Craig, Bruce Kilpatrick, (Soph.), clerk, Selma. 

1897, Selma; s. George H. Craig, Selma, and Alvena White; b. March 7, 1880. 

Crawford, Martin Jay, (Fr.), Montgomery. 

1897, Montgomery; b. May 4, 1881. 

Daniel, Jesse Lewis, (Ec), clerk, Tuscaloosa. 

1896, Tuscaloosa; s. John Marion Daniel and Susan Christian; b. Aug. 22, 1880. 

Denson, John, (Soph.), Birmingham. 

189s, Birmingham; s. William H. Denson and Rosa Elizabeth Cowan; b. Jan. 
10, 1879. 

Edgar, Russell Bliss, (Jr.), teacher, Tuscaloosa. 

1896; 1899, University; s. Col. George M. Edgar, Los Angeles, Cal., and Re- 
becca Fry; b. April 4, 1880; Teacher at V. M. L, 1899-igoi; Law Student, 1900; 
Teacher, Tuscaloosa Graded Schools, 1901 . 



1898] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 391 

English, Thomas Deas, (Soph.), merchant, Eliska. 

1897, Mt. Pleasant, Monroe Co.; s. Arthur McClellan English, Eliska, and 
Alice Deas; b. Oct. 13, 1879; m. Inez King, Mt. Pleasant, July 12, 1899. 

Garber, Alexander Christian, (Ec), merchant, Laneville. 

1897, Laneville; s. Buckner Lanier Garber and Adelaide Browder; b. Sept. 23, 
1879; Student one year at Vanderbilt and Univ. of the South. 

Garber, James Browder, (Fr.), Laneville. 

1897, Laneville; s. Buckner Lanier Garber and Adelaide Browder; b. June, 
1881; Student at A. P. I. 

Hard, Jean Willard, (Ec), clerk. Meridian, Miss. 

1897, Centerville; s. Willis B. Hard, Meridian, Miss., and Louisa J. Borner; 
b. Oct. 16, 1877; Private, Co. K, 2nd Ala., Spanish War; R'way Mail Clerk; m. 
Nettie Mallenna Stedman, St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 17, 1900. 

Harkins, Walter Clyde, (Fr.), merchant, ^ Fayette. 

1895, Fayette; s. W. W. Harkins; b. June 8, 1878; 2nd Lieut, sth Reg., U. S. 

Vol., Spanish War; 1898; Clerk in State Auditor's Office, 1900 ; Temp. Address, 

Montgomery. 

Hayes, Oscar, (Soph.), Jasper. 

1896, Jasper; s. J. Henry Hayes, Jasper, and Mildred Files; b. Sept. 22, 1879; 
Sgt., Co. K, 2nd Reg., Spanish War, 1898. 

Hendrick, Henry Orren, (Jun.), tel. operator, Montgomery. 

1896, Brundidge; s. Gustavus Hendrick and Mary Copeland; b. July 31, 1874. 

Hester, William James, (Soph.), merchant, Tuscaloosa. 

1896, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. William Hester and Sallie Olivia Hays; b. Sept. 26, 1879. 

Hill, Mary Carter, (Spec), stenographer, Tuscaloosa. 

1897, Tuscaloosa; dau. Alonzo Hill and Sallie B. Robertson; b. Nov. 18, 1877. 

Hobbie, Henry Martin, (Fr.), merchant, Montgomery. 

1897, Montgomery; s. H. M. Hobbie and Leonora Elizabeth Jackson; b. Dec 
3, 1880. 

Hodges, Montgomery Gilbreath, (Fr.), planter, Meltonville. 

1897, Meltonville; s. James W. Hodges, Meltonville, and Parthenia Bledsoe; 
b. July 14, 1880. 

Hollomon, Clara Virginia, (Spec), stenographer, Demopolis. 

1897, Tuscaloosa; dau. Joseph Bryant Hollomon, Sunny South, and V. Hicks; 
b. Feb. 14, 1873. 

Holmes, Nicholas Hanson, Jr., (Fr.), Pensacola, Fla. 

1897, Pensacola, Fla.; s. N. H. Holmes and Johann Oerting; b. Oct. 21, 1878; 
Student, Armour Inst., Chicago. 

Hosmer, Lulu Virginia, (Spec), Greensboro. 

1897, Talladega; dau. Rev. S. M. Hosmer and Frances Louvenia Parsons; 
b. April 3, 187s; m. Prof. James Angus Baxley, Nov. 6, 1900. 



392 Record of Students [1898 

Howerton, Jacob Daniel, (Fr.), planter, Wesley. 

1897, Abbeville; s. T. J. Howerton, Abbeville, and Mary C. Whatley; b. Feb. 
9, 1873; m. Laura Orr, Abbeville, Nov., 1897. 

Hudson, Robert Dove, (Ec), Birmingham. 

1895, Birmingham; s. R. D. Hudson, Birmingham, and Susie McLester; b. 
Jan. 10, 1 881; Student, U. of the South, Sewanee. 

Johnston, George Doherty, Jr., (Ec.), clerk, Tuscaloosa. 

1895, Tuscaloosa; s. Gen. George Doherty Johnston and Stella Searcy; b. 
May 8, 1878; Clerk, Merchants' Nat. Bank. 

Lacy, Cecil Justice, (Fr.), clerk, Jasper. 

1897, Jasper; s. Sheriff Lacy, Jasper, and Ella McCoUough; b. Dec. 25, 1879; 
Clerk in Register's Office. 

Lapsley, Norvell, (Jun.), book-keeper, Anniston. 

1897, Anniston; s. James W. Lapsley and Sara Eliza Pratt; b. May 6, 1879; 
with Anniston Knitting Mills. 

Little, James Waddell, (Sen.), Tuscaloosa. 

1894, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. George Little and Carrie Patillo Doak; b. May 14, 
1878; U. S. River Survey, 1897, U. S. Engineering Dept., Fort Morgan, 1898-1901. 

Lynne, Sebourn Arthur, (Law), lawyer. New Decatur. 

1897, Somerville, Morgan Co.; s. D. W. Lynne and Susan Jane Russell; b. 
July 5, 1877; Teacher, Lacey's Spring, 1896-97. 

Martin, Lydia Peck, (Spec), Ann Arbor, Mich. 

1897, Birmingham; dau. John Mason Martin and Lucy C. Peck; b. Sept. i, 
1879; m. William Marshall, Ann Arbor, Mich., Dec. 31, 1900. 

McCalla, Nela, (Spec), Decatur. 

1897, Tuscaloosa; dau. Major R. C. McCalla and Margaret Elixa Lewis; b. 
May 14, 1872; m. M. Neely Pride, of Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 13, 1900. 

McCleskey, James Marvin, (Ec), minister, Bridgeport. 

1896, North Port; s. Abner Perry McCleskey and Mary Bluford Stone; b. April 
I, 1874; Pastor, M. E. Church, South, Gadsden, 1898-99, Triana, 1899-1900, Bridge- 
port, 1900-01; m. Lizzie Louise Hausman, Nov. 16, 1898, Tuscaloosa. 

Mcintosh, Douglass McRae, (Soph.), Houston, Tex. 

1897, Camden; s. David Mcintosh, Camden, and Caroline Weberton McDowell; 
b. Dec. 18, 1879. 

Mcintosh, Edward Leroy, (Soph.), Nashville, Tenn. 

1897, Camden; s. David Mcintosh, Camden, and Caroline Weberton McDowell; 
b. Dec. 4, 1878. 

McLeod, James Cornelius, (Soph.), merchant and planter. Coy. 

1896, Lower Peach Tree; s. John McLeod and Cornelia Robison; b. Feb. 14, 1881. 

Miller, Edward Hugh, (Fr.), drummer, 

1897, Tuscaloosa; s. E. B. Miller; b. Jan. 5, 1880. 



1898] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 393 

*Minge, David Harrison, (Fr.), Faunsdale. 

1897, Faunsdale; s. John Henry Minge, Faunsdale, and Bessie Croom Chad- 
wick; b. Aug. 6, 1882; d. at Chapel Hill, Tex., Aug. 28, 1898. 

Mitchell, Fern Wood, (Fr.), . Alabama City 

1897, Gadsden; s. R. A. Mitchell and Byrdie Wood; b. July 20, 1881. 

Moses, Charles Clifton, (Fr.), cadet, U. S. Naval Acad. 

1897, Girard, Russell Co.; s. Isaac G. Moses, Girard, and Mary Alice Moses; 
b. Dec. 31, 1879. 

Neilson, Warren Howard, (Fr.), merchant, Sherman. 

1897, Sherman; s. Warren Neilson and Fannie Rogers; b. July 2T, 1879. 

Nettles, Daniel Robbins, (Soph.), physician, Kempville. 

1897, Kempville, Monroe Co.; s. Thomas A. Nettles, Kempville, and Mattie A. 
Robbins; b. March 12, 1877; M. D., Mobile, 1901. 

Northington, Eugene Garland, (Ec), Prattville. 

1895- Prattville; s. W. T. Northington and Ella Adella Smith; b. Feb. 12, 1880; 
Private, 2nd Ala. Reg., Spanish War, 1898; Clerk, Gen. Kerfers' Headquarters; Med. 
Student, Univ. of Va. 

Parker, Lois, (Spec), Vaughtsville, Tenn. 

1897, Tuscaloosa; dau. C. O. Parker and Jennie Peacock; b. Sept. 22, 1878. 

Parker, Thornton, (Sen.), clerk. New York. 

189s, University; s. Prof. William Asa Parker and Martha English Foster; b. 
May 18, 1879; Law Student. 

Payne, Charles Brown, (Fr.), druggist, Scottsboro. 

1897, Scottsboro; s. Dr. William Henry Payne and Margaret Brown; b. Nov. 
3, 1880. 

Payne, John Will, (Fr.), druggist, Scottsboro. 

1897, Scottsboro; s. Dr. William Henry Payne and Margaret Brown; b. Aug. 
10, 1878. 

Powers, Katie Louise, (Spec), teacher, Tuscaloosa. 

1897, Tuscaloosa; dau. Thomas Jefferson Powers and Addie Frierson Whit- 
field; b. Jan. I, 1879. 

Powers, Thomas Wilson, (Spec), planter, Stewarts. 

1891-95; 1897, Stewarts, Hale Co.; s. James P. Powers and Julia Croom Wilson; 
b. Feb. 18, 1876; Med. Student at Mobile. 

Pride, Mrs. M. Neely, (See Nela McCalla). 

Rubira, Henry Shields, (Fr.), clerk. Mobile. 

1896, Mobile; s. S. S. Rubira; b. Aug. 31, 1880. 

Semple, John Robert, (Law), lawyer. New Decatur. 

1897, Somerville, Morgan Co.; s. Robert Hamilton Semple and Joe Ann Smith; 
b. Feb. 6, 1875. 



394 Record of Students [1898 

Searcy, Joseph Alexander, (Soph.), clerk, Tuscaloosa. 

1895, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. James T. Searcy and Annie R. Ross; b. March 28, 1879. 

Sibert, Olin Ward, (Fr.), Gadsden. 

1897, Gadsden; s. William J. Sibert and Mariette Ward; b. Dec. 24, 1879. 

Silk, William Wallace, (Fr.), broker, Nashville, Tenn. 

1897, Birmingham; b. Jan. 3, 1875. 

Skinner, Ira Clifton, (Fr.), Selma. 

1897, Selma; s. William L. Skinner and Rebecca Watson; b. Aug. 5, 1879; 
Med. Student. 

Stringfellow, Horace, Jr., (Fr.), Sewanee, Tenn. 

1897, Tuscaloosa; s. Rev. James H. Stringfellow and Lula B. Hoskins; b. 
March 28, 1882; Student Univ. of the South. 

Thetford, Samuel Lewis, (Soph.), merchant, Dublin, Miss. 

1896, Talladega; s. Dr. William F. Thetford, Talladega, and Cora A. Johnston; 
b. July 30, 1879. 

Tutwiler, Edward Magruder, (Jun.), Birmingham. 

1895, Birmingham; s. Edward M. Tutwiler and Mary F. Jeffrey; b. Sept. 13, 
1880; Private, Co. G, ist Ala. Vol. Inf., U. S. A., Spanish War, 1898; Law Student, 
U. of Va. 

Tutwiler, Temple Wilson, (Jun.), Birmingham. 

189s, Birmingham; s. Edward M. Tutwiler and Mary F. Jeffrey; b. Jan. 6, 
1879; Private, Co. G, ist Ala. Inf., U. S. A., Spanish War; Supt., Iron Furnace. 

Tyson, Thomas Hadley, (Soph.), horse trader, Thomasville. 

1897, Thomasville; s. William E. Tyson and Virginia Clay Davis; b. Oct. 17, 1878. 

Watts, John Wade, (Fr.), Montgomery. 

1897, Montgomery; s. Thomas Henry Watts and Johness Bealle Eddins; b. 
June II, 1880. 

Webster, William Sikes, (Soph.), clerk, Birmingham. 

1896, Tuscaloosa; s. Daniel Thompson Webster and Mattie Thompson; b. 
March 28, 1880. 

White, William Thomas, (Sen.), LL. B., 'oi, lawyer, Birming- 
ham. 

1894; 1899 . Birmingham; s. Frank S. White and Octavia A. Collins; 

b. July 29, 1877. 

Wildman, Alyce, (Spec), teacher, Tuscaloosa. 

1896, Tuscaloosa; dau. Thomas Wildman and Mary A. Murphy; b. July 29, 1878; 
Teacher in Tuscaloosa Graded Schools, 1901 . 

Wilson, Lucye Marion, (Soph.), teacher, Quanah, Tex. 

1897, Quanah, Tex.; dau. Robert Wilson and Janie Olivia Pickel; b. July 7, 1879. 



1899] Graduates with Titled Degrees 395 

Windham, Edward Price, (Soph.), Stone. 

1896, Stone, Pickens Co.; s. John R. Windham, Stone, and Mary A. Price; 
b. March 8, 1879; Private, Co. L, ist Miss. Reg., Spanish War, 1898; Law Student, 1900. 

Woodson, Carlyle Crittendon, (Fr.), Patton. 

1897, Patton, Walker Co.; s. Dr. Landon Cabell Woodson, Patton, and Martha 
Agnes Pearce; b. Jan. 13, 1881; Med. Student. 

Wyman, Alice Searcy, (Spec), University. 

1896, University; dau. W. S. Wyman and Melissa Dearing; b. July 20, 1875, 

1899. Graduates with Titled Degrees 
Boyd, Romaine, LL. B., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1897, Talladega; s. William G. Boyd, Selma, and Sarah P. Tarver; b. Nov. 
19. 1873; Cadet, U. S. N. Acad., Class of '93; Capt., Co. M, ist Ala., U. S. Vol. Inf., 
Spanish War; City Att'y. Ensley, 1900. 

Burke, Malcolm Clayton, Jr., A. B., teacher, Montgomery. 

1896, Montgomery; s. M. C. Burke, Montgomery, and Anna Ida Inge; b. July 
8, 1879; A. B., Harvard Univ., 1901; Instructor in Latin, U. of Ala., 1901 . 

Burke, Thomas Garrettson, B. S., Meridianville. 

1896, Meridianville, Madison Co.; s. Dr. J. P. Burke and Henriette E. Strong; 
b. March 2T, 1877; Med. Student, Mobile. 

Cowan, Samuel Alfred, A. B., minister, « Coffeeville. 

1896, West Bend; s. Thomas Cowan, Coffeeville, and Margaret Elizabeth 
Coale; b. Sept. 20, 1875; Student, Baptist Theolog. Sem., Louisville, Ky., 1899-1902. 

Crawford, Dallum Wilson, LL. B., pharmacist, Montgomery. 

1897, Tuscaloosa; s. James Wilson Crawford, Centreville, and Sarah Huey; b. 
April 11, 1876; Pharmacist, Ala-Bryce In. Hosp., Tuscaloosa, 1896-1900. 

Denson, William Augustus, B. S., lawyer, Birmingham. 

189s, Birmingham; s. William H. Denson and Rosa Elizabeth Cowan; b. Oct, 
26, 1877; Teacher, High School, Birmingham, 1899-1901. 

Dickey, George Oliver, LL. B., lawyer, Luverne. 

1898, Luverne; s. Joseph Dickey and Mary Horn; b. Sept. 14, 1877; B. S., 
A. P. I., 1898; Solicitor, Crenshaw Co., 1899-1905. 

Harrison, William Robert, B. S., teacher, Union Springs. 

1897, Killen, Lauderdale Co.; s. Martin Luther Harrison, Killen, and Martha 
Edna Smith; b. Jan. 16, 1876; Prin., Pub. School, Alexander City and Union Springs; 
m. Eva Trawick, Opelika, Oct. 10, 1900. 

Haynes, Frank Boykin, A. B., teacher, University. 

1896, Union Springs; s. Charles Henry Haynes, Union Springs, and Emma 
Whittaker Boykin; b. July 31, 1879; First Asst., So. Ala. Inst., Thomasville, 1899-1900; 
Med. Student, U. of Va., 1900-01; Instructor in Chem., U. of Ala., 1901 . 

Hollingsworth, Edgar W., B. S., merchant, Dawson, Ga. 

1897, Clayton; s. J. H. Hollingsworth and Amanda Curington; b. Aug. aor,. 
1878; Asst. Teacher in Attalla Pub. School, 1899-1900. 



396 Record of Students [1899 

Hudmon, William Earle, M. S., Opelika. 

1898, Opelika; s. D. T. Hudmon and Annie Letitia Thornton; b. Jan. 21, 1880; 
B. S., A. P. I., 1898; Asst. Biology, A. P. I., 1898; Fellow, Univ. of Ala., 1898-99; 
Instructor in Chem., U. of Ala., 1899-1901. 

Jones, Paul Everett, A. B., Camden. 

1896, Camden; s. Col. E. N. Jones and Mary M. Beck; b. Dec. 2, 1879; Law 
Student. 

Lawson, Charles Shelley, B. S., M. S., 1900, Mathews. 

1896, Montgomery; s. W. H. Lawson, Montgomery, and Ellen Ready; b. Feb. 
8, 1879; Student, Boston School of Technology, 1900 . 

Lee, Alto Velo, A. M., (See 1897). 

Mathews, William Erastus, A. B., civil engineer, Jackson. 

1896; 1899, Jackson; s. James W. Mathews, Nealton, and Frances L. McLeod; 
b. Dec. 24, 1876; Instructor, Math., U. of A., 1898-1900; Street Paving, Franklin, 
La., 1901; with Government Works, Warrior River, 1901 . 

Mathis, Charles Robert, A. M., (See 1896). 

McCoy, John Pierce, LL. B., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1897, Tuscaloosa; s. Rev. W. C. McCoy and Annie E. Vaughan; b. Dec. 19, 1879. 

McGaugh, William Paul, LL. B., lawyer, Hayneville. 

1898, Montgomery; s. William Thomas McGaugh and Margaret Virginia 
McLemore; b. Nov. 2, 18^. 

Moore, Peyton Herndon, LL. B., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1898, Blount Springs; s. W. W. Moore, Birmingham, and Marie Louise Rob- 
inson; b. March 15, 1876; B. S., 1894, A. P. I.; Teacher, Spring Lake Col., 
1894-95, Columbia, Tenn., Athenaeum, 1895-97, West Ala. Agri. School, 1897-98; 
Commandant, U. of A., 1899- 1900; m. Annie Somerville, Tuscaloosa, June 21, 1900. 

Owen, Frank Caleb, A. B., LL. B., 'oi, Columbus, Miss. 

189s; 1900, Columbus, Miss.; s. B. L. Owen, Columbus, Miss., and Tennie T. 
Watson; b. June 10, 1877; Teacher, Areola, Miss., 1899-1900. 

Partridge, Daniel, Jr., LL. B., lawyer, Selma. 

1898, Selma; s. Daniel Partridge, Selma, and Lucie Harris; b. March 3, 1873, 

Pearson, Henry, B. S., Tuscaloosa. 

189s, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. W. G. B. Pearson and Julia Perrin Snow; b. March 
14, 1879; Med, Student, N. Y. 

Pettus, Erie, LL. B., (See 1897). 

Porter, William Franklin, LL. B., lawyer, St. Stephens. 

1898, St. Stephens; s. Judge B. F. Porter, St. Stephens, and Mary E. Shunn; 
b. Aug. I, 1877; Rep., Gen. Assem., Ala., 1900-02; practicing law at Bessemer. 

Powell, Ben Phil, A. B., clerk. Union Springs. 

1896, Union Springs; s. J. B. Powell, Union Springs, and Almyra Hinson 
Brown; b. Oct. 8, 1878. 



1899] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 397 

Powers, Reynolds James, B. S,, cadet, U. S. M. Acad. 

1897, University; s. Dr. James K. Powers and Lou Addie Reynolds; b. Dec. 
6, 1879. 

Purifoy, Francis Marion, LL. B., (See 1888). 

Rainer, Joel Herron, A. B., bank clerk, Union Springs. 

1895, Union Springs; s. W. W. Rainer and Cecile Baldwin; b. Jan. 4, 1880. 

Scale, Thomas Franklin, LL. B., lawyer, Livingston. 

1898, Demopolis; s. Thomas F. Scale, Gaston, and Mary Eliza Lockard; b. 
Oct. 29, 1876. 

Stevens, Thomas Lunsford, A. B., census clerk, Washington, D. C. 

189s, Birmingham; s. A. H. Stevens and Tallulah Catherine Long; b. Dec. 28, 
1877; Law Student, Georgetown Univ. 

Stickney, James Ward, B. S., C. E., 1900, civil engineer, De- 
mopolis. 

1896, Demopolis; s. F. G. Stickney, Demopolis, and Mary E. Ward; b. Dec. 
2, 1879; Asst. Engineer at Mines at Searle; m. Katherine McCarthy, Demopolis, Nor. 
6, 1 90 1. 

Street, Edwin Campbell, B. S., lawyer, Nashville, Tenn. 

1896, Guntersville; s. Thomas Atkins Street and Julia Ann Beard; b. Aug. i6, 
1879; Law Student, Vanderbilt. 

Turberville, John Samuel, B. S., . Wainwright. 

1897, Finchburg; s. Joseph Samuel Turberville and Matilda Obedient Ikner; 
b. May 19, 1875; m. Julia Ptomey, Furman, May 25, 1900; Ph. G., Mobile, 1901. 

Verner, William Henry, Jr., A. B., book-keeper, Birmingham. 

1896, Tuscaloosa; s. Prof. W. H. Verner and Julia Oliver; b. Dec. 31, 1879. 

Wallace, Elliott Lambert, B. S., Washington, D. C. 

189s, Tuscaloosa; s. George Mason Wallace, Madison Co., Va., and Elizabeth 
Green Roberts; b. June 8, 1879; with U. S. Geological Survey. 

White, William Hubbard, A. B., A. M., 1900, Epes. 

1895; 1899, Epes; s. David Campbell White and Addie Beatrice Browne; b. 
Feb. 20, 1879. 

Wiley, Noble James, LL. B., lawyer, Montgomery. 

1897, Montgomery; s. Ariosto Appling Wiley and Mittie Noble; b. Aug. i, 1878; 
appointed 2nd Lieut., U. S. Army, 1901. 

1899. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

Armistead, Robert Boyd, (Fr.), planter. Pike Road. 

1897, Pike Road; s. E. S. Armistead and Rosalie Linnington Wilson; b. Dec. 6, 
1881. 

Bass, Hershell Winston, (Soph.), Ashville. 

1897, Ashville; s. Dr. John B. Bass, Ashville, and Annie E. Gunn; b. June 25, 
1881; Student, A. P. L 



398 Record of Students [1899 

Bishop, Ruth Alma, (Spec), teacher, Akron. 

1898, Akron; dau. Henry Clinton Bishop and Margaret Elizabeth Massey; b. 
April 25, 1879. 

Brown, James Parrish, (Fr.), book-keeper, Uniontown. 

1898, Uniontown; s. James J. Brown, Uniontown, and Mattie White; b. Feb. 
19, 1879. 

Bullock, Mamie Augusta, (Soph.), teacher, Livingston. 

1898, Livingston; dau. Charles H. Bullock, Livingston, and Mary Annette 
Burton; b. June 24, 1874; Presiding Teacher, A. C. F. Col., Tuscaloosa, 1900 . 

Burnett, John Donald, Jr., (Soph.), cadet, U. S. M. A. 

1898, Evergreen; s. John Donald Burnett and Mary Martin; b. Feb. 6, 1880; 
Corporal, 2nd Ala. Reg. Vol., Spanish War, 1898. 

Cannon, Snow, (Fr.), merchant. Berry Station. 

1898, Berry; s. M. F. Cannon and Malissa J. Bobo; b. Nov. 4, 1877. 

Carter, Paul, (Fr.), Chipley, Fla. 

1898, Chipley, Fla.; s. Paul Hines Carter, Chipley, Fla., and Myra Pauline 
Kennedy; b. Aug. 28, 1882; Student, State Sem., Fla. 

Coleman, Russell Porter, (Sen.), law student, Geneva. 

1897, Geneva; s. John Thomas Coleman, Geneva, and Henriette Louisa Cald- 
well; b. Oct. 8, 1871;, Teacher, Geneva, 1899-1900. 

Cox, Minnie May, (Spec), teacher, Northport. 

1898, Northport; dau. Robert Samuel Cox and Samantha Caroline Dodson; b. 
Sept. 13, 1875. 

Crow, Mary Elizabeth, (Spec), North Birmingham. 

1898, Tuscaloosa; dau. James Crow; b. Nov. 16, 1875; m. Jeff H. Johnson. 

Eddins, Lollie, (Spec), Tuscaloosa. 

1898, Tuscaloosa; dau. Alexander M. Eddins, Macon, Miss., and Harriette ^leal; 
b. March 24, 1878. 

Ezekiel, Arthur, (Fr.), clerk, Greenville. 

1898, Greenville; s. A. A. Ezekiel, Greenville, and Celia Lichten; b. June 24, 1883. 

Fitzgerald, Charles Augustus, (Fr.), Martin's Sta. 

1898, Martin's Sta.; s. J. D. Fitzgerald; b. May 31, 1881. 

Foscue, Thomas, (Fr.), merchant. Grove Hill. 

1898, Grove Hill; s. Jonathan Foscue, Grove Hill, and Emma Malone; b. 
Sept. 22, 1880. 

Godfrey, Baker, (Jun.), railway clerk, Meridian, Miss. 

1897, Gainesville; s. L. D. Godfrey and Nannie Temple Woodson; b. April 

16, 1878. 

*Goodwin, Earl Green, (Fr.), Jasper. 

1897, Jasper; s. Dr. Joseph A. Goodwin, Jasper, and Mattie Gravlee; b. March 

17, 1881; Dep. Sheriff, Walker Co.; d. March 12, 1900. 



1899] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 399 

Harris, Lelia, (Soph.), teacher, Tuscaloosa, 

1898, Tuscaloosa; dau. Walter C. Harris and Lilly Woods; b. July 28, 1880; 
Teacher, Tuscaloosa Graded Schools, 1899 • 

Hays, WilHam Dalton, (Soph.), Tuscaloosa. 

1897, Tuscaloosa; s. James Benhan Hays and Susan Anna Dalton; b. Nov. 25, 
1880; Cadet, U. S. M. A., 1899-1901. 

Hillhouse, Hugh, (Fr.), clerk, Adger. 

1898, Adger; s. James Hillhouse and Elizabeth Lowden; b. Nov. 13, 1879. 

Hinds, Harry Lee, (Fr.), planter. New Hope. 

1898, New Hope; s. Byram Wilbern Hinds and Margaret Rebecca Pickett; b. 
Nov. 18, 1880. 

Hogan, Abby Hazard, (Spec), teacher, Tuscaloosa. 

1898, Tuscaloosa; dau. Alexander Perry Hogan, Tuscaloosa, and Caroline 
Elizabeth Snow; b. June 4, 1873; Teacher at Orlando, Fla., 1900-01. 

Howze, Gerald, (Fr.), cadet, U. S. N. Acad. 

1898, Birmingham; s. A. C. Howze and Vallie Long; b. Sept. 13, 1882. 

Howze, Sam Strudwick, (Fr.), book-keeper, Demopolis. 

1898, Demopolis; s. Thomas F. Howze and Pattie Martha Strudwick; b. May 
S, 1882. 

Inzer, John Manly, (Soph.), planter, Ashville. 

1897, Ashville; s. John W. Inzer, Ashville, and Sallie Pope; b. Dec. 31, 1878. 

Jemison, Alan Leftwich, (Fr.), soldier, U. S. Army. 

1898, Tuscaloosa; s. W. C. Jemison and Eliska Leftwich; b. July 26, 1882; 
Private, U. S. A., Philippine War. 

Jennings, Henry Lamar, (Jun.), Clayton. 

1897, Clayton; s. B. H. Jennings, Clayton, and Margaret Caroline Fryer; b. 
June 12, 1880; Book-keeper and Stenographer for Sou. Hardware Lumber Co., at 
Ozark. 

Johnson, Ernest Benjamin, (Fr.), clerk, Birmingham. 

1898, Birmingham; s. Benjamin F. Johnson and Margaret T. Mulinaux; b. 
Dec. IS, 1880. 

Johnson, Mrs. Jeff. H., (See Mary E. Crow). 

Kilpatrick, John Young, Jr., (Soph.), teacher, Camden. 

1898, Camden; s. John Y. Kilpatrick, Camden, and Lizzie Carlton; b. Oct 
18, 1880. 

Knox, Cephus Kendall, (Fr.), U. S. Navy. 

1898, Troy; s. John Brewer Knox, Troy, and Lula Margaret Dinkins; b. Aug. 
I, 1882; Enlisted, U. S. Navy, 1901. 

Lane, Hector Davis, Jr., (Fr.), clerk, Huntsville. 

1898, Athens; s. Hector Davis Lane, Athens, and Madge Mason; b. Aug. 28, 1881. 



400 Record of Students [1899 

Laslie, William Thompson, (Fr.), Tuskegee. 

1898, Tuskegee; s. Major C. Laslie, Tuskegee, and Gussie Thompson; b. Aug. 

15, 1880. 

Lile, Francis Dawson, (Fr.), Trinity. 

1898, Trinity; s. John L. Lile; b. Feb. ii, 1880. 

Malone, Jerome Clanton, Union. 

1898, Union; s. Washington Lafayette Malone and Jemima Neal; b. June 10, 
1879; Med. Student at Mobile. 

Marriott, Thomas Gary, (Jun.), Dennard. 

189s, Dennard; s. Capt. C. M. Marriott; b. Jan. 13, 1876. 

Martin, Thomas Wesley, (Law), Montgomery. 

1898, Montgomery; s. Hon. W. L. Martin, Montgomery, and Maggie Led- 
better; b. Aug. 13, 1881. 

Mayfield, Burwell Lewis, (Spec), planter, Moore's Bridge. 

1898, Moore's Bridge; s. J. J. Mayfield, Sr., and Amanda South; b. Jan. 9, 1876. 

McCreary, William Augustus, (Spec), LL. B., 'oi, lawyer, 
Evergreen. 

1898, Evergreen; s. Dr. John A. McCreary, Evergreen, and Elizabeth Eth- 
ridge; b. June 6, 1877; Sgt., 2nd Ala. Inf., Spanish War, 1898. 

McGehee, Laura Scotte, (Spec), teacher, Northport. 

1897, Northport; dau. James Childress McGehee and Mary Lavinia Hall; b. 
June 30, 1873. 

Mcintosh, John Thomas, (Law), clerk, Dadeville. 

1898, Dadeville; s. W. C. Mcintosh, Dadeville, and Permelia Higgins; b. Sept. 

16, 1876. 

Milhous, Frank Lemuel, (Soph.), merchant, Safiford. 

1897, Safford; s. Philip Milhous and Hallie Martin; b. Nov. 21, 1880. 

Moody, Earle Farley, (Soph.), Dothan. 

1897, Dothan; s. Dr. F. I. Moody, Dothan, and lona G. Hays; b. Oct. 22, 
1880; Med. Student, Ky. Univ., Louisville. 

Moore, Taliaferro Clarence, (Soph.), teacher, Blountsville. 

1898, Clarence, Blount Co.; s. Dr. David S. Moore and Susan A. Nunnelley; 
b. April 29, 1876; Teacher, Blount College, 1896-97; V. Pres. and Instructor, Central 
Agri. Col.; m. Susan Clinton, Montgomery, July 12, 1899, at Blountsville. 

Moorer, Richard Randolph, (Fr.), Mt. Willing. 

1898, Mt. Willing; s. John R. Moorer; b. Sept. 30, 1879. 

Neville, Henry Walter, (Fr.), Trinity. 

1898, Trinity; s. W. V. Neville. 



1899] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 401 

Nicholson, Mrs. Mary Strudwick, (Spec), Tuscaloosa. 

1898, Tuscaloosa; dau. James W. Strudwick and Elizabeth Linebaugh; b. Dec. 
II, 1871; m. Richard H. Nicholson, June 22, 1890. 

Nixon, George Coleman, (Fr.), planter, Uniontown. 

1898, Uniontown; s. Dr. W. G. Nixon; b. July 18, 1882. 

Palfrey, Jessie Gorgas, (Spec), Franklin, La. 

1898, University; dau. George D. Palfrey and Amelia Gorgas; b. March 24, 1883. 

Parlin, Charles Grady, (Fr.), Carrabelle, Fla. 

1898, Carrabelle, Fla.; s. Charles H. Parlin; b. May 22, 1880. 

Robertson, Robert Bruce, (Soph.), salesman, Fayette. 

1897, Fayette; s. James R. Robertson, Fayette, and Malinda K. McConnell; b. 
July 3, 1879; Coroner, Fayette Co., 1900-04. 

Royall, Julia Trent, (Jun.), teacher, Birmingham. 

1897, Tuscaloosa; dau. Thomas Edward Royall and Dora Herbert; b. May 8, 
1880; Teacher, Birmingham Public Schools. 

Searcy, Annie Ross, (Ec), Tuscaloosa. 

1896, Tuscaloosa; dau. Dr. James T. Searcy and Annie R. Ross; b. July 22, 
187s; Teacher, A. C. F. Col., 1899-1900; T. F. Col., 1901-02. 

Shepherd, Zach Palmer, (Fr.), Jasper. 

1898, Jasper; s. James W. Shepherd; b. Feb. 12, 1881. 

Smith, Julia Allen, (Spec), University. 

1898, University; dau. Eugene Allen Smith and Jennie Garland; b. Aug. 7, 1877. 

Sternfeld, Louis, (Soph.), Montgomery. 

1898, Montgomery; s. Alexander Sternfeld and Helene EKasberg; b. Dec. 13, 
1880; B. S., A. P. I., 1901. 

Strickland, James Judson, (Fr.), Brookwood. 

1898, Brookwood; b. Oct. 9, 1879. 

Turk, Annie Greer, (Jun.), teacher, Ennis, Tex. 

1898, Livingston; dau. Samuel B. Turk, Livingston, and Etta Allison; b. June 
28, 1873; Teacher, City Schools, Ennis, Tex.; m. Prof. Graham, Ennis, Tex., Aug. 
7, 1901. 

Welch, Stewart Henry, (Fr.), Uniontown. 

1898, Uniontown; s. John Carter Welch and Carrie Stewart; b. Dec. 23, 1881; 
Student, Sou. Univ. 

Wheat, James, (Spec), teacher, Northport. 

1898, Northport; s. Joel H. Wheat, Northport, and Louisa Hendricks; b. Oct. 
13, 1875- 

Wier, Peter, (Fr.), Sherman. 

1897, Sherman; s. Charles N. Wier and Annie Moore Oliver; b. April 23, 1881. 



402 Record of Students [1900 

Wood, William Basil, (Soph.), Florence. 

1897, Florence; s. William J. Wood, Florence, and Eugenia Rings; b. May 4, 
1881; Student, Yale Univ., 1899 . 

Young, William Hubert, (Fr.), bank clerk, Eufaula. 

J898, Eufaula; s. Edward Billups Young and Mamie Jennings; b. Oct. 10, 1883. 

1900. Graduates with Titled Degrees 
Alexander, Edward Robert, LL. B., (See 1893). 
Alexander, Peyton Edmond, LL. B., lawyer, Prattville. 

1899, Prattville; s. John L. Alexander and Martha Hill; b. July 2, 1876; 
LL. B., 1899, Univ. of Mich. 

Alston, Philip Henry, A. B., Clayton. 

1898, Clayton; s. Judge Augustus Holmes Alston and Annie Mariah Ott; b. 
Oct. 29, 1880; Law Student. 

Andrews, George William, A. B., Clayton. 

1898, Clayton; s. John Zack Andrews, Clayton, and Mary Jane McCrea; b. 
Jan. 21, 1881. 

Barnett, John Bigham, LL. B., lawyer, Monroeville. 

1898, Opelika; s. William H. Barnett, Ansley, and Eliza E. Cunning; b. 
Feb. I, 1874- 

Beasley, Cecil Acmond, LL. B., lawyer, Florence. 

1898, Kennedy; s. William L. Beasley and Fannie Howell; b. Dec. 20, 1876. 

Bell, William Stillman, B. S., teacher, Gordo. 

1897, Gordo; s. William R. Bell, Northport, and Scenath Kirk; b. May 6, 
1874; Teacher, Public Schools, Attalla, 1900 . 

Bonner, John Miller, LL. B., (See 1895). 

Brindley, Porter Mace, LL. B., lawyer, Hartselle. 

1899, Hartselle; s. A. B. Brindley and Peachey Ann Wilson; b. Feb. 29, 1876; 
Law Student, Univ. of Tex., 1896-97; admitted to Tex. Bar, 1897; m. Laura B. Jeflfries, 
Danville, 111., July 4, 1901. 

Brock, George William, A. B., teacher, Montgomery. 

1899, Tuscaloosa; s. Josiah Brock, Collinsville, and Louisa Biggs; b. Feb. 
18, 1864; Mem., State Board of Examiners of Teachers, 1899 ; m. Cordelia Caro- 
line Luttrell, July 6, 1899. 

Brothers, Thomas Jefferson, A. B., Zula. 

1897, Zula; s. Dr. P. H. Brothers and Gincey Downing; b. Dec. 9, 1879; Med. 
Student, Col. of P. and S., Baltimore, Md. 

Catchings, Benjamin Silas, A. B., Birmingham. 

1899, Birmingham; s. W. B. Catchings and Fermine Baird; b. Sept. 17, 1880; 
Corporal, Co. K, ist Ala. Reg., Spanish War, 1898. 



1900] Graduates with Titled Degrees 403 

Coleman, John Anderson, A. B,. teacher, Eutaw. 

1897, Eutaw; s. Thomas Wilkes Coleman and Frances Jane Wilson; b. Dec 
9, i88o; Prin., Eutaw School; Law Student. 

Dykes, Osborne Jefferson, B. S., C. E., '01, engineer, Union 
Springs. 

J897, Union Springs; s. James W. Dykes and Josephine Stickey; b. Sept. 33, 
1880; Draughtsman, Gambia Steel Go., Johnstown, Pa. 

Eley, Motier Norfleete, B. S., M. E., 'oi. Union Springs. 

1897, Union Springs; s. James Henry Eley and Temple Jackson; b. June 11, 1879. 

Fielder, Frank Harvey, A. M., (See 1898). 

Foster, James Henry, LL. B., (See 1890). 

Foster, John Robert, A. B., Camden. 

1897, Camden; s. James Fleetwood Foster and Emma Fowler; b. Aprils, 1879. 

Gamble, Frank Asbury, LL. B., lawyer, Jasper. 

1899, Jasper; s. Frank Asbury Gamble and Mary A. Owen; b. April 8, 1878; 
A. B., Sou. Univ., 1899. 

Gillis, Samuel Hitchcock, LL. B., lawyer, Andalusia. 

1899, Andalusia; s. Dr. Neil Gillis, Omaha, Ga., and Mary Fisher; b. July 4, 
1878; LL. B., Univ. of Ga., 1898. 

Granade, James Napoleon, A. B., LL. B., 'oi, lawyer, St. Stephens. 

1897, Frankville; s. J. S. Granade and Nancy Thompson; b. Sept. 29, 1877. 

Herbert, William Frazier, LL. B,, lawyer, Montgomery. 

1899, Montgomery; s. T. S. Herbert and Emma Frazier; b. March 19, 1873; 
Asst. Sec, Constitu. Convention, 1901. 

Hobbs, Isham David, LL. B., lawyer and planter, Huntsville. 

1898, Taylorsville; s. Isham Hubbard Hobbs and Matilda E. Parker; b. July 
26, 187s; m. Frances Harbett, Memphis, Tenn., Oct. 31, 1901. 

Holloway, John Mosely, A. B., Geneva. 

1898, Geneva; s. John David Holloway and Georgia Hastleline Brundidge; b. 
1880. 

Howerton, William Oates, A. B., Abbeville. 

1897, Abbeville; s. T. J. Howerton and Mary C. Whatley; b. Nov. 30, 1877. 

Hurt, Marshall Hill, LL. B., lawyer, Tuskegee. 

1898, Tuskegee; s. William Henry Hurt and Theresa Moore; b. Nov. 21, 1877. 

Johnston, Forney, LL. B., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1899, Birmingham; s. Joseph F. Johnston and Theresa V. Hooper; b. Sept 
9, 1879; A. B., Univ. of Va., A. M., Univ. of Va., 1899- 

Jones, John Paul, LL. B., (See 1897). 



404 Record of Students [1900 

Kelley, Wilson, LL. B., lawyer, Fayette. 

1899, Eldridge; s. Capt. E. D. Kelley and Martha E. Walker; b. Feb. 8, 1872; 
Postmaster at Eldridge, 1895-98. 

Lacy, Ernest Renfroe, LL. B., lawyer, Jasper. 

1899, Jasper; s. Sheriff Lacy, Jasper, and Ella McCollough; b. Oct. 11, 1877; 
Register in Chancery, Walker Co., 1899- 1900. 

Lamkin, Griffin, LL. B., (See 1897). 

Lawhon, Rosa, A. B,, teacher, Livingston. 

1898, Livingston; dau. John Lawhon, Livingston, and Annie Hasletine Porter; 
b. March 31, 1876. 

Lawson, Charles Shelley, M. S., (See 1899). 

Leva, Leo, A. B., merchant, Selma. 

1897, Selma; s. M. Leva, Selma, and Helen Elkin; b. Jan. 21, 1881. 

Little, John Goulding, B. S., C. E., 'oi, Tuscaloosa. 

1896, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. George Little and Carrie Patillo Doak; b. March 
17, 1880. 

McDaniel, Henry, LL. B., lawyer, Demopolis. 

1898, Demopolis; s. John M. McDaniel, Sumterville, and Mary Knox, of Talla- 
dega; b. April 4, 187s; Lumber manufacturer, Demopolis, 1895-99. 

McMillan, Benjamin Franklin, LL. B., lawyer, Jackson. 

1898, Stockton; s. B. F. McMillan, Stockton, and Annie D. Murphy; b. July 
27, 1877. 

Perry, Benjamin Glover, LL. B., lawyer, Bessemer. 

1898, Boligee; s. J. W. Perry and Rosa Lee Glover; b. May 6, 1875. 

Pierce, Junius Jennings, LL. B., lawyer, Robinson Springs. 

1899, Robinson Springs; s. Maj. Junius Julius Pierce and Sarah Jennings 
Myers; b. Nov. 28, 1868; 2nd Lieut., 5th U. S. Vol. Inf., Spanish War, 1898-99. 

Powell, Richard Holmes, LL. B., (See 1897). 

Pride, James Harvey, Jr., LL. B., lawyer, Huntsville. 

1898, Madison; s. J. Willsey Pride, Madison, and Katie Mason; b. April 3, 
1877; B. S., S. Ky. Col., 1898. 

Pugh, John Walter, A. B., teacher. Grove Hill. 

1897, Grove Hill; s. Walter S. Pugh and Virginia L. Dickinson; b. April 14, 
1878; Teacher at Areola, Miss., 1900-01. 

Reeder, Homer Linden, B. S., teacher, Florence. 

1898, Burcham Mills; s. John W. Reeder and Virginia A. Booth; b. Dec. 17, 
1873; m. Lula Paulk, Verona, Miss., May 8, 1901. 

Robertson, John Alonzo, LL. B., lawyer, Uniontown. 

1898, Uniontown; s. J. J. Robertson and Rebecca Annie Hudson; b. Dec. 23, 
1878; Cotton Buyer. 



iQoo] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 405 

Sanderson, Lew Almon, LL. B., planter, Morganville. 

1899, Morganville; s. Thomas L. Sanderson and Dora Golson; b. Aug. 20, 1877; 
Prin., Ramer High School, 1898-99. 

Screws, Michel Hamilton, LL. B., lawyer, Montgomery. 

1899, Montgomery; s. B. H. Screws and Emma McNeil; b. May 4, 1881; 
Recording Sec. to the Governor. 

Smith, James Quinton, LL. B., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1898, Montgomery; s. James Q. Smith and Marie L. Fair; b. May 12, 1878. 

Smith, Landon Garland, B. S., University. 

1896, University; s. Eugene A. Smith and Jennie Garland; b. March 27, 1881; 
with Gov. Works, Warrior River, 1900-01; Graduate Student. 

Stickney, James Ward, C. E., (See 1899). 

Vaughn, Charles Walter, A. B., teacher, Evergreen. 

1899, University; s. W. M. Vaughn and Mary Wright; b. Sept. 15, 1865; 
Teacher at St. Stephens, 1895-97, and Geneva. 1897-99; Agricult. School, Ever- 
green, 1900-01. 

Wert, Thomas William, LL. B., lawyer, Decatur. 

1899, Decatur; s. Samuel Tennis Wert and Eliza J. Gibbs; b. Aug. 16, 1880; 
B. S., 1899, Ala. Pol. Inst. 

West, James Whitaker, B. S., Clayton. 

1897, Clayton; s. Charles Pinckney West and Clara Ann White; b. Dec. 15, 
1878; Acting Commandant, U. of Ala., Oct., 1900, to Jan., 1901; Student in Phar- 
macy, Vanderbilt Univ., 1901. 

White, William Hubbard, A. M., (See 1899). 

Young, Robert Craig, A. B., freight clerk, Selma. 

1897, Selma; s. A. P. Young and Julia W. Craig; b. Sept. 4, 1881; Law Student. 

1900. Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 

Abercrombie, Perry Magruder, (Fr.), Tuskegee. 

1899, Tuskegee; s. Clarence Abercrombie; b. Dec. 7, 1883. 

Aldridge, Mayer Westbrook, (Law), teacher, Jackson. 

1899, Jackson; s. Moses Westbrook Aldridge and Dannie Mayer; b. May 17, 1882. 

Ashley, Ellen, (Spec), University. 

1898, University; dau. Charles Rush Ashley and Ella Wyman; b. Dec. 29, 1880. 

Austin, James Max, (Fr.), Wetumpka. 

1899, Wetumpka; s. W. A. Austin, Wetumpka, and Susan Francis Simms; 
b. Nov. 20, 1879. 

Bealle, Estelle King, (Spec), Tuscaloosa. 

1898, Tuscaloosa; dau. John Shepard Bealle and Eloise Elizabeth Johnson; 
b. Oct. 2, 1 88 1. 



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Bonner, Sherwood, (Law), (See 1895). 

Brock, Mrs. Cordelia Caroline, (Spec), Montgomery. 

1899, Tuscaloosa; dau. William Cunningham Lutrell, Oxford, and Maryline 
Snow; b. July 28, 1871; m. George William Brock, July 6, 1899, Oxford. 

Browne, Lula Hobbs, (Spec), Tuscaloosa. 

1899, Tuscaloosa; dau. Newberne Hobbs Browne and Mary Eliza Prude; b. 
June 12, 1880. 

Bruister, James Washington, (Jun.), Butler. 

1897, Butler; s. E. J. Bruister and M. W. Ulmer; b. Oct, 7, 1880. 

Bynum, William Arthur, (Fr.), teacher, Bynums. 

1899, Bynums, Calhoun Co.; s. T. D. Bynum and Sallie Nichols; b. June 6, 1878. 

Caffee, John Hooper, (Fr.), Birmingham. 

1899, Marion; s. Andrew E. Caffee and Anna Haynes; b. Dec. 29, 1881. 

Chapman, William Reynolds, (Jun.), Geneva. 

1899, Geneva; s. Dr. W. H. Chapman and Belle Reynolds; b. June 13, 1880. 

Chestnutt, Scott Evans, (Fr.), Birmingham. 

1899, Birmingham; s. B. H. Chestnutt; b. Nov. 30, 1880. 

Cleary, Augusta Harrison, (Jun.), teacher, Mt. Hebron. 

1898, Birmingham; dau. John W. Cleary and Augusta Harrison; b. Aug. 4, 1880. 

Clements, Hardy, (Sen.), Tuscaloosa. 

1896, Tuscaloosa; s. Newton Nash Clements and Laura G. McMichael; b. 
Feb. 13, 1881. 

Clements, Victor Hugo, (Fr.), clerk, Athens 

1899, Athens; s. Prof. M. K. Clements and Roberts; b. Dec. 25, 1881. 

Cline, Earl, (Soph.), Macon, Miss. 

1899, Macon, Miss.; b. Oct. 8, 1880. 

Compton, Samuel William, (Soph.), teacher, Wayne. 

1898, Wayne, Marengo Co.; s. George Washington Compton, Wayne, and 
Pearce King Lewis; b. Aug. 7, 1872; Teacher, Marengo Co., 1895-98; Prin., Old 
Spring Hill Academy, 1900 ; m. Ella Boozer, April 25, 1901. 

Banner, Paul, (Fr.), Mobile. 

1899, Mobile; s. A. C. Danner; b. March 11, 1881. 

Derby, Mrs. Frank Inge, (See Kate Horn). 

Dickey, John, (Soph.), Blocton. 

1898, Blocton; s. William Dickey; b. 1881. 



1900] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 407 

Dupree, Marvin Ward, (Soph,), Westmoreland. 

1899, Westmoreland, Limestone Co.; s. William James Dupree, Westmore- 
land, and Lucy Catherine Vinson; b. July 28, 1880; Med. Student at Mobile. 

Edgar, Russell Bliss, (Law), (See 1898). 

Fitts, Frank, (Sen,), insurance, Tuscaloosa. 

1896, Tuscaloosa; s. William Faulcon Fitts, Sr., and Annie Spiller; b. May 
8, 1881. 

Foster, James, (Fr,), Tuscaloosa. 

1899, Tuscaloosa; s. J. Luther Foster; b. Aug. 30, 1881, 

Freeman, Manning, (Fr.), Northport. 

1898, Northport; s. S. M. Freeman; b. Oct. 18, 1882; m. Alma Brown, North- 
port, March 2t, 1901. 

Gillis, Malcolm Eugene, (Sen.), stenographer, Birmingham. 

1896, Eufaula; s. Malcolm Divinus Gillis and Queen Anne Stephenson; b. 
Feb. 13, 1873. 

Gilmer, William Bryan, (Soph.), * Butler. 

1899, Butler; s. W. B. Gilmer, Butler, and Janie Bruister; b. Feb. 4, 1880. 

Gulley, Ezekiel Campbell, (Jun.), planter, Livingston. 

1896, Livingston; s. Ezekiel Slocumb Gulley and Cymantha Campbell; b. June 
34, 1880. 

Hagler, Edward Cleveland, (Soph.), Tyner. 

1897, Tyner, Tuscaloosa Co.; s. Edward I. Hagler, Tyner, and Josephine 
Barnett; b. Oct. 10, 1879; Med. Student. 

Heflin, Marvin Rutledge, (Spec), Roanoke. 

1899, Roanoke; s. Dr. Wilson Lumpkin Heflin and Lavicie Catherine Phillips; 
b. May 10, 1878; Minister, M. E. Church, South. 

Hendrix, Clara Mae, (Spec), Tuscaloosa. 

1899, Tuscaloosa; dau. Lambertine Pitt Hamilton Hendrix and Susan Lavinia 
Watkins; b. Dec. 31, 1879. 

Hill, Thomas Jefferson, (Jun.), clerk, Tuscaloosa. 

1897, Tuscaloosa; s. H. Foster Hill and Lelia Allen; b. Nov. 8, 1882. 

Hockensmith, Russell, (Fr.), book-keeper, Lowndesboro. 

1899, Lowndesboro; s. Robert Willis Hockensmith and Mary Limbrick; b. 
June 25, 1879. 

Holmes, John Robb, Jr., (Jun.), JopHn, Mo. 

1899, Joplin, Mo.; s. John R. Holmes; b. July 5, 1877. 

Horn, Kate, (Spec), Gaston. 

1898, Coatopa; dau. Isaac Wood Horn, Coatopa, and Elizabeth Mary Jane 
McMillan; b. June 15, 1879; m. Franklin Inge Derby, Brewersville, Oct. 24, 1900. 



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Hunt, John James, Jr., (Law), Jonesboro, Ga. 

1899, Jonesboro, Ga.; s. John J. Hunt; b. June 19, 1877. 

King, Henry James, Jr., (Fr.), clerk, Tuscaloosa. 

1899, Tuscaloosa; s. Henry James King and Hattie M. Bealle; b. Feb. 24, 1881. 

Layman, Horace Maynard, (Law), Maysville. 

1899, Maysville; b. Oct. 31, 1876. 

Long, Francis Musgrove, (Fr.), Jasper. 

1898, Jasper; s. John B. Long and Zue M. Musgrove; b. May 18, 1882. 

Mayer, Joe, (Fr.), Demopolis. 

1899, Demopolis; s. Morris Mayer; b. Sept. 7, 1882. 

Mayfield, Susie Fitts Martin, (Spec), Tuscaloosa. 

1899, Tuscaloosa; dau. G. Frederick Martin and Sallie Bell Martin; m. 
Judge James J. Mayfield, of Tuscaloosa, at Little Rock, Ark., June 30, 1897. 

McCants, John Thomas, (Fr.), Talladega. 

1899, Talladega; s. Dr. J. S. McCants, Talladega, and Sarah P. Thomas; b. 
May 29, 1883. 

McCorquodale, John Coleman, (Fr.), clerk, Salitpa. 

1898, Salitpa; s. William Frank McCorquodale and Sarah Rebecca Hightower; 
b. Aug. 4, 1879. 

McCurdy, Harris Reese, (Jun.), planter, Lowndesboro. 

1897, Lowndesboro; s. W. D. McCurdy. 

McGee, Frank, (Fr.), Northport. 

1899, Northport; s. Thomas McGee; b. April 10, 1883. 

McGehee, Henry Thomas, (Soph.), Northport. 

1898, Northport; s. James Childress McGehee and Mary Lavinia Hall; b. April 
26, 1876; Med. Student at Mobile. 

Meade, Joseph Lyons, Jr., (Fr.), Birmingham. 

1899, Birmingham; s. Joseph Lyons Meade, Birmingham, and Berilla Williams; 
b. Jan. 19, 1882. 

Minhinnette, Bessie, (Spec), Tuscaloosa. 

1899, Tuscaloosa; dau. Thomas J. Minhinnette; b. June 25, 1874. 

Montgomery, Francis Shroeder, (Soph.), Gadsden. 

1898, Gadsden; s. Charles Gaines Montgomery, Sr., and Isabella Sophia David- 
son; b. March 13, 1882. 

Morgan, John Alic, (Fr.), Horse Creek, 

1900, Horse Creek; s. David Morgan, Horse Creek, and Addie Williams; b. 
Feb. — , . 

Parks, William Taylor, (Law), Montgomery. 

1899, Montgomery; s. C. E. Parks; b. March 6, 1881. 



1900] Graduates in Schools and Non-Graduates 409 

Parrish, Louis Fletcher, (Fr.), Tuscaloosa. 

1900, Tuscaloosa; s. Rev. David Louis Parrish and Lucy Foster; b. March 
16, 1879. 

Perkins, Edwin Constantine, (Jun.), Atlanta, Ga. 

1897, Tuscaloosa; s. Julian Constantine Perkins and Mamie S. Kennedy; b. 
Sept. 3, 1879; Conductor, Tusc. Belt Line; Constructing Engineer for De La Vergne 
Refrigerating Co. of New York. 

Pickering-, Richard Rembert, (Jun.), cadet, U. S. M. A. 

1898, Uniontown; s. Samuel Sherrod Pickering and Elizabeth Catlin McGehee; 
b. June 9, 1880. 

Quarles, Adelle Glenn, (Fr.), teacher, Fair Oaks. 

1899, Fair Oaks, Sumter Co.; dau. C. M. Quarles, Warsaw, and Monnie Lee 
Windham; b. Jan. 27, 1882. 

Robertson, Walter Worthington, (Fr.), Birmingham. 

1899, Birmingham; s. Dr. Thaddeus Lindly Roberston and Mary Caroline 
Worthington; b. March 4, 1882. 

Rossell, Trent, (Fr.), Mobile. 

1899, Mobile; s. Major William T. Rossell; b. Oct. i6, 1883. 

Searcy, Abbie, (Sen.), Tuscaloosa. 

1897, Tuscaloosa; dau. George A. Searcy and Alice Dearing; b. Aug. 26, 1880. 

Searcy, Peter Bryce, (Fr.), Tuscaloosa. 

1898, Tuscaloosa; s. Dr. James T. Searcy and Annie Ross; b. Dec. 11, 1882. 

Shackelford, Tandy Watts, (Soph.), Colquit. 

1898, Colquit; s. Frank Shackelford, Sr., and Permelia Jane Watts; b. Nov. 
25, 1880. 

Shepard, Charles Martin, Jr., (Fr.), Mobile. 

1899, Mobile; s. C. M. Shepard; b. Feb. 8, 1882. 

Shugart, Curtis Sanford, (Law), East Lake. 

1899, East Lake; s. John T. Shugart and Alice D. McDaniel; b. Feb. 9, 1878; 
Assistant Book-keeper, Republic Iron and Steel Co., 1901; m. Jennie Morrison, Bir- 
mingham, June 12, 1898. 

Smith, Charles Figures, (Law), lawyer, Seagoville, Tex, 

1899, Desotoville; s. David Hilliard Smith and Henriette Figures; b. Jan. 
5. 1879- 

Snow, Richard McLester, (Sen.), clerk, Tuscaloosa. 

1897, Tuscaloosa; s. E. N. C. Snow, Tuscaloosa, and Carrie McLester; b. 
Aug. 23, 1879. 

Somerville, Benjamin Hughes, (Fr.), Bridgeville. 

1899, Bridgeville, Pickens Co.; s. James Henry Somerville and Mary Hughes; 
b. July II, 1881. 



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Stewart, Luther Mac, (Fr.), Roanoke. 

1899, Roanoke; b. Nov. 29, 1880. 

Stone, William Merk, Jr., (Law), lawyer, Austin, Tex. 

1899, Sulligent; s. William Merk Stone, Sulligent, and M. E. Loyd; b. Aug. 
25, 1876; LL. B., Univ. of Tex., 1901. 

Strickland, John Griffin, (Law), Blocton. 

1899, Blocton; s. J. H. Strickland; b. Nov. 10, 1880. 

Taylor, Adrian Stevenson, (Soph.), Mobile. 

1899, Mobile; s. Richard Vipon Taylor, Mobile, and Helen Billingslea Buck; 
b. May 25, 1883; Student, U. of Va. 

Wadsworth, Charles Doster, (Jun.), Prattville. 

1897, Prattville; s. M. L. Wadsworth; b. Feb. 10, 1880. 

White, Charles Finley, (Jun.), Birmingham. 

1899, Birmingham; s. Capt. John White, Birmingham, and Mrs. Sadie A. 
Waller (,nee Nelson); b. Feb. 18, 1879; Law Student. 

White, Walter Scott, Jr., (Fr.), Montgomery. 

1899, Montgomery; s. Hon. Walter Scott White and Mary Augusta Tomp- 
kins; b. Nov. 25, 1883. 

Windham, Edward Price, (Law), (See 1898). 

Wright, Sim, (Law), Tuscaloosa. 

1899, Rhine; s. W. M. Wright and Sarah Ann Studdard; b. June 29, 1874. 

1901. Graduates with Titled Degrees 
Alexander, James Edward, LL. B., Leighton. 

1900; s. J. W. Alexander and Sarah Carlock; b. June 18, i860; Student, 
Cumberland Univ.; Supt. Educa., Colbert Co., 1888-90; Supt. Public Schools, Shef- 
field, 1888-89, 94-95, Toccoa, Ga., 1890-93; Pres., Pulaski Col., 1893-94, West Ala. 
Agricult. School, Hamilton, 1895-98. 

Arrington, Robert Goldthwaite, LL. B., Montgomery. 

1900; s. Thomas Mann Arrington, Montgomery, and Mary Robbins Goldthwaite; 
b. June 2, 1878. 

Boyles, Aubrey, A. B., teacher. Mobile. 

1898; s, A. J. Boyles and Minnie Ferrell; b. Oct. 9, 1878; Teacher in Philip- 
pine Islands, 1901 . 

Campbell, William King, LL. B,, planter, Selma. 

1900; s. E. P. Campbell and Sarah Amanda Milling; b. Nov. 10, 1871. 

Chapman, John Berry, Jr., A. B., teacher. Evergreen. 

1898; s. John B. Chapman and Malda Nettie Callihan; b. Aug. 9, 1879. 



1901] Graduates with Titled Degrees 41 1 

Cook, Paul, A. B., Anniston. 

1898; s. John F. Cook, Anniston, and Zula Belle Stringfellow; b. July 28, i88j; 
Graduate Student, 1901-02. 

Davidson, James Lafayette, LL. B., lawyer, Centerville. 

1899; s. James Lafayette Davidson and Sue A. Powell; b. Sept. 2, 1880. 

DeBardeleben, Mary Christine, A. B., teacher, LaPlace. 

1898; dau. John F. DeBardeleben and Sarah Haden; b. Jan. 23, 1881; 
Teacher, Normal Col., Livingston, 1901-02. 

Dennis, Thomas Edmund, B. S., Tincie. 

1897; s. R. B. Dennis and Mary Catherine Davison; b. March 23, 1877; Teacher 
in Philippine Islands, 1901 . 

Ely, John Osborn, B. S., engineer, Montgomery. 

1897; s. George Willburn Ely and Catherine Ann Stephenson; b. Jan. ix, 
1881; Engineering Corps, Houston and Tex. Cen. R.R. 

Forman, James Ross, A. B., Springville, 

1897; s. William S. Forman, Springville, and Ella Wood; b. March 30, 1881; 
Law Student. 

Fuller, Horace Burgin, LL. B., lawyer, Montgomery. 

1900; s. John B. Fuller, Montgomery, and Janie M. Mathews; b. Oct. 9, 1878. 

Granade, James Napoleon, LL. B., (See 1900). 

Hardy, Mosley Wilson, A. B., Roanoke. 

1899; s. Louis Mosley Hardy, Roanoke, and Lucinda Caroline Hill; b. Oct. 
18, 1879; Employed in Birmingham office of Cen. of Ga. R. R. 

Hare, Francis Williams, LL. B., Auburn. 

1900; s. Joseph S. Hare and Susan Bullard; b. April ii, 1878; 1st Lieut., 
2nd Ala. Vol. Inf., Spanish War, 1898. 

Henderson, Jere Augustus, LL. B., Troy. 

1899; s. J. C. Henderson and Nettie Talbot; b. Oct. 24, 1878. 

Hill, Hugh Wilson, A. B., Carrollton. 

1897; s. Dr. S. H. Hill and Virginia Kerr; b. April 23, 1882. 

Ingersoll, Fannie, B. S., Mobile. 

1898; dau. Thomas Simms Ingersoll and Frances Tankersley; b. Nov. 24, 1879;. 
Teacher in Birmingham, 1901 — . 

Lancaster, John Auston, Jr., B. S., Wetumpka. 

1897; s. John Auston Lancaster and Dora Lett; b. July 19, 1878. 

Leland, Joseph, A. B., Tuscaloosa. 

1897; s. W. A. Leland and Ella McLester; b. Feb. 7, 1882. 

Levy, Harry, A. B., John's. 

1897; s. Isaac Levy; b. Jan. ii, 1880; Medical Student. 



412 Record of Students [1901 

Lindsey, Joe Dillard, LL. B., Bevill. 

1899; s. J. E. Lindsey and MoUie Elizabeth Robinson; b. Feb. 17, 1882. 

Little, Robert Irving, A. B., Tuscaloosa. 

1897; s. John Little and Amanda M. Harris; b. Aug. 30, 1881; Associate Editor, 
Tuscaloosa Sun. 

Marlowe, Marilou, B. S., Tuscaloosa. 

1898; dau. Dr. Nicholas Perkins Marlowe and Senie Rice Clements; b. Nov. 
28, 1881. 

Mason, Sadie, A. B., teacher, Livingston. 

1898; dau. R. S. Mason and Anne Kennard; b. Feb. 7, 1876; Teacher, Union 
Springs Public School, 1901-02. 

McArthur, Frank Duncan, LL. B., teacher, Chumuckla, Fla. 

1900; s. William F. McArthur and Lillie F. Connolly; b. July 21, 1877; 
Teacher, 1898- 1900. 

McEachin, Archibald Bruce, Jr., LL. B., (See 1897). 

McCreary, William Augustus, LL. B., (See 1899). 

McMahon, Lila St. Clair, A. B., Livingston. 

1898; dau. Carl Waterman McMahon and Annie Gage Winston; b. Oct. i, i88i; 
Graduate Student. 

Moore, Fred George, A. B., Tuscaloosa. 

1898; s. T. H. Moore, Tuscaloosa, and Mary Elizabeth Cleere; b. June 25, 1880; 
Law Student. 

Murphy, Victor Moreau, B. S., Macon, Miss. 

1898; s. Thomas Scott Murphy, Macon, Miss., and Sallie Lanier Martin; 
b. March 7, 1882; Graduate Student. 

Nabors, Robert Taylor, LL. B., (See 1898). 

Neilson, William Parker, A. B., Tuscaloosa. 

1897; s. Robert Neilson and Amy Parker; b. April 4, 1879; Teacher in District 
Agricultural School, Jackson, 1901 . 

Owen, Frank Caleb, LL. B., (See 1899). 

Page, Edwin Cary, LL. B., lawyer. Bay Minette. 

1899, Evergreen; s. Haskue Page, Evergreen, and Laura Autrey; b. Feb. 
24, 1881. 

Parker, Allen, A. B., University. 

1897; s. William Asa Parker and Martha English Foster; b. Dec. 20, 1881. 

Patton, David Dare, B. S., Coatopa. 

1897; s. David Uriah Patton and Willie Alice Bolton; b. Jan. 18, 1880; Em- 
ployed with Cudahy Packing Co., Jackson, Miss., 1901 . 



igoi] Graduates with Titled Degrees 4^3 

Pitts, Arthur Morrison, A. B., Selma. 

1897; s. Philip Henry Pitts and Amanda H. McLean; b. July lo, i88o; 
Law Student. 

Plowman, Claude Montgomery, A. B., Talladega. 

1897; s. T. S. Plowman and Annie Montgomery; b. Aug. 9, 1880. 

Plowman, Thomas Scales, Jr., A. B., Talladega. 

1897; s. T. S. Plowman, Talladega, and Annie Montgomery; b. Sept. 15, 1881; 
Law Student. 

Pounders, Lurie Knox, LL. B., lawyer, Eutaw. 

1900, Rockwood, Franklin Co.; s. D. C. Pounders and Annie Hamilton; b. 
June 2, 1877; Teacher, 1898-1900; m. Bertha West, Florence, Oct. 13, 1901. 

Powe, Frank Houston, B. S., Talladega. 

1897; s. J. A. Powe, Talladega, and Loraine Houston; b. Aug. 10, 1881; 
Graduate Student. 

Powers, Lula Knox, A. B., Florence. 

1898; dau. James Knox Powers and Lou Addie Reynolds; b. March 4, i88i. 

Rice, Joseph Shelton, B. S., Northport. 

1897; s. Talbert Alexander Rice and Sarah Elizabeth Shelton; b. May 11, 1881. 

Rowe, Roland Henry, LL. B., lawyer, Birmingham. 

1899; s. N. M. Rowe, Triana, and Alice Camilla Toney; b. Oct. 8, 1876; A. B., 
Vanderbilt, 1898. 

Sims, John Lewis, Jr., LL. B., Woodlawn. 

1900; s. John Lewis Sims, East Lake, and Anne Elizabeth Warden; b. May 
14, 1878; A. B., Sou. Univ., 1898. 

Sims, Marion H., LL. B., Renfroe. 

1899; s. Dr. A. G. Sims and Kate Fannin Allen; b. Dec. 13, 1874. 

Smith, Pope Bates, A. B., Birmingham. 

1898; s. John Thomas Smith and Ella M. Hawkins; b. Nov. 25, 1879. 

Smith, William Parks, B. S., Epes. 

1897; s. William Watt Smith and Maggie Jemison Trott; b. May 28, 1881; 
Medical Student, Mobile, 1901 . 

Steinhart, Louis Leopold, LL. B., (See 1898). 

Stribling, Statham Prude, LL. B., Cook, La. 

1899; s. Dr. M. O. Stribling and Martha E. Prude; b. Sept. 30, 1881. 

Tyson, Archibald Pitt, Jr., A. B., Montgomery, 

1897; s. Archibald Pitt Tyson and Ellen Nicholas Arrington; b. March 28, 1880; 
Law Student. 

Wallace, Wales Wellington, Jr., LL. B., Wilsonville. 

1899; s. Wales Wellington Wallace, Wilsonville, and Kate Henderson; b. 
Nov. 25, 1877. 



414 Record of Students [1901 

Weathers, Robert Edward Lee, LL, B., Roanoke. 

1898-99, 1900-01; s. Dr. William Weathers, High Shoals, and Nancy Ussery; 
b. Feb. 9, 1873; B. S., Ala. Poly. Inst., 1896. 

Welch, William Shelton, LL. B., Fayette. 

1900; s. Anderson John Welch and Dicy Elizabeth Pryor; b. April 28, 1874; 
Prin., Fayette Academy, 1899-1900. 

Wellborn, Arthur Holcombe, A. B., Anniston. 

1897; s. Maximilian Bethune Wellborn and Emma Julia Dent; b. Aug. 24, 1880. 

White, Frank Shelley, Jr., LL. B., (See 1898). 

White, William Thomas, LL. B., (See 1898). 

Woodruff, Joel White, A. B., Montgomery. 

1898; s. L. N. Woodruff, Montgomery, and Virginia Frye Ferguson; b. Dec 
8, 1881; Student, Harvard Univ., 1901 . 

1 90 1. Other Students in Attendance. 

Law Students. 
Aldridge, Jacob Frederic, Jackson. 

1900; s. M. W. Aldridge and Dannie Mayer; b. Jan. 13, 1881. 

Brewer, Willis, Jr., Hayneville. 

1901; b. Feb. I, 1878. 

Burrow, William Statins, Ofelia. 

1900; s. John W. Burrow and Ophelia Overton; b. March 10, 1877. 

Clark, Alexander Humphreys, Jr., Hope Hull. 

1900; s. Alexander Humphreys Clark and Sallie McGehee Graves; b. Feb. 11, 
1879; M. S., Ala. Poly. Inst., 1899; Asst. in Eng. Lit., Ala. Poly. Inst., 1898-99; 
Teacher in La. S. N. High School, Baton Rouge, La., 1899- 1900. 

Copeland, Edward Rivers, Birmingham, 

1900; s. W. B. Copeland and Mary C. King; b. Feb. i, 1879. 

Crenshaw, George Anderson, Manningham. 

1900; s. F. W. Crenshaw and Sallie Lewis; b. March 28, 1878. 

Crittenden, Thomas Jones, Florence. 

1 901; s. Joshua J. Crittenden, Florence, and Mattie Jones; Grad. State Normal, 
1900. 

Darden, John Austin, Darden. 

Ellington, William Welcome, engineer, Birmingham. 

1900; s. J. F. Ellington and Kate Smith; b. May 6, 1872; Locomotive En- 
gineer; m. Margaret Roe, Atlanta, Ga. 



1901] Other Students in Attendance 415 

Franklin, John Knox, Union Springs 

1900; s. Dr. C. H. Franklin and Lula Banks; b. Sept 9, 1880; Student, A. P. I., 
1898-99. 

Gordon, Robert Eugene, Camden. 

Grayson, Claude Albert, Gurley. 

1900; s. John W. Grayson and Sarah Smith Allison; b. Feb. 23, 1882. 

Gunnels, Samson Dexter, Clarence. 

1900, Blount Co.; s. Woodson Lumpk Gunnels, Woods, Tex., and Martha 
Matilda A. Simmons; b. Feb. 14, 1871. 

McTyer, John Fulmore, Jr., Eufaula* 

1900; s. J. F. McTyer, Sr., and Eva B. Fields; b. March 13, 1883. 

Nickel, Lewis, Jr., Montgomery. 

1900; s. Lewis Nickel and Sue Hughes; b. Jan. 10, 1882. 

Parsons, Erastus Jonathan, Birmingham. 

1900; s. Lewis E. Parsons and Kate Kelly; b. April 8, 1880. 

Rainey, Lilians Pratton, Fort Payne. 

1900; s. S. L. Rainey; b. July 21, 1878; B. S., 1899, A. P. Inst. 

Robison, Blanchard Gaillard, Perdue Hill, 

1900; s. William Jesse Robison and Elizabeth Jane Marshall; b. Aug. 26, 1878; 
Prin., Perdue Hill High School, 1899- 1900. 

Sanders, Charles Waldo, Arkadelphia. 

1900, Blount Co.; s. Henry Sanders and Mary E. Sapp; b. July 25, 1876; 
Teacher for eight years; m. Annie Law James, Nov. 2, 1900. 

Savage, Paul Alexis, Birmingham. 

1900; s. John Wagner Savage, Birmingham, and Elizabeth Banks; b. June 
20, 1878. 

Shugart, Roland Thomas, East Lake. 

1898; s. John T. Shugart and Alice D. McDaniel; b. Nov. 20, 1879; m. S. E. 
Brown, Tuscaloosa, Sept. 15, 1901. 

Sowell, Marcus Roberts, Monroeville. 

1900; s. William Calvin Sowell and Isabella Roberts; b. Nov. 10, 1877. 

Stewart, Arthur Walter, Marion. 

1900; s. Judge J. H. Stewart and Virginia Graves; b. Sept. Z2, 1881. 

Stocks, Thomas Gilford, Gadsden. 

1900; s. Argyle Taylor Stocks; b. Feb. 19, 1881. 

Tibbetts, Hiram Littrell, Richmond. 

1900; s. Clark Tibbetts and Mamie P. Hearst; b. July 21, 1881. 



41 6 Record of Students [1901 

Walker, Thomas Edward, Oak Grove. 

1900, Mobile Co.; b. 1873. 

Weatherly, Joseph Goodhue, East Lake. 

1900; s. J. H. Weatherly and Susan M. Montgomery; b. Oct. 23, 1878. 

West, James Whittaker, (See 1900). 

Wheeler, Robert James, Blossburg. 

1900, Jefferson Co.; s. Thomas Drew Wheeler and Alice Ann Alexander; b. 
Dec. 30, 1879; Teacher at Blossburg, 1898-1900. 

White, Henry Phillips, Vaiden. 

1900; s. George P. White and Elizabeth Bailey; b. July 19, 1881. 

Williams, Charles Blomfield, Cherokee. 

1900; b. Nov. 19, 1875. 

Graduate Student 
Little, John Goulding, (See 1900). 

Seniors, Class ipoi 
Brown, Carl Abercrombie, Birmingham. 

1898; s. Charles Gayle Brown and Mary Billingslea; b. Dec. 5, 1879. 

Chapin, William Roy, Florence. 

1899; s. Charles Church Chapin and Louise Watkins Twing; b. Jan. 16, 1881; 
Chemist, Tenn. Coal, Iron and R. R. Co. 

Fagan, Albert Avery, Havana. 

1898; s. Capt. W. L. Fagan and Annie Avery; b. Sept. 8, 1877; Teacher at 
Monterey, 1901 . 

Holman, John Nicholas, Macon, Mis* 

1898; b. Aug. 5, 1881. 

Kennedy, John Robie, Tuscaloosa. 

1897; s. John Robie Kennedy and Joanna McLester; b. Jan. 25, 1881. 

Rosenberg, Ignatius Pollak, Montgomery. 

1898; s. Herman Rosenberg, Montgomery, and Mary Cahill; b. Aug. 12, 1881; 
Graduate Student. 

Walker, Alfred Augustus, Birmingham. 

1898; s. William A. Walker and Virginia Taylor Mudd; b. Nov. 30, 1881. 

Juniors, Class ipo2. 
Bailey, Sidney Howard, Pleasant Hill. 

1900; s. J. W. Bailey and Clara S. Hardy; b. July 10, 1880. 



1901] Other Students in Attendance 4^7 

Ballard, Clarence Bingham, Birmingham. 

1900; s. Dr. Asa W. Ballard and Mary S. Harrison; b. June 29, i88o; Private, 
Co. K, ist Ala., Spanish War, 1898. 

Bell, John Robert, Gordo. 

1900; s. William R. Bell and Scenath Kirk; b. May 3, 1873. 

Beverly, Lewis Dove, Wayne. 

1900; s. Jesse R. Beverly and Mary E. Lewis; b. Nov. 4, 1875; Teacher. 

Carothers, "William Russell, Oak Hill. 

1900; s. William Meek Carothers and Phoebe F. Abraham; b. June 20, 1880. 

Conniff, William John, Montgomery. 

1899; s. John S. Conniff and Minnie Jane Farrar; b. Sept. 22, 1881. 

Davis, Marie Elizabeth, Thomasville. 

1900; dau. T. W. Davis and Mary K. Goodwin; b. Feb. 7, 1876; A. B., 1896, 
East Lake Athaeneum. 

Donahoo, Augustus Miller, Talladega. 

1898; s. John H. Donahoo and S. F. Armstrong; b. Oct. 16, 1882. 

Drennen, Westley Earle, Birmingham. 

1898; s. William Drennen, Birmingham, and Margaret Elizabeth Jones; b. 
Oct. 13, 1882. 

Fielder, John William, Jr., Benton. 

1898; s. John William Fielder and Alice Curtis; b. March 16, 1883. 

Henkel, Louis Charles, New Decatur. 

1898; s. Charles Louis Henkel, New Decatur, and Arabella Lease; b. Sept. 
16, 1880. 

Jack, Theodore Henley, Greensboro. 

1900; s. Capt. James M. Jack and Mary Henley Spencer; b. Dec. 30, 1881. 

Jones, George Herbert, Shopton. 

1899; s. David George Jones and Alice Herbert Tompkins; b. July 19, 1881. 

Jordan, Mortimer Harvie, Birmingham. 

1898; s. Dr. Mortimer H. Jordan and Florence E. Mudd; b. Nov. 15, 1881. 

Lett, Frank Montague, Good Hope. 

1900; s. Harris T. Lett and S. W. McElhaney; b. Feb. 7, 1880.. 

McCorvey, Gessner Tutwiler, University. 

1898; s. Thomas Chalmers McCorvey and Netta Tutwiler; b. Aug. 26, 1882. 

McDaniel, Sydnie Anne, Birmingham. 

1899; dau. Dr. H. A. McDaniel and Cornelia Anne Matkin; b. April 4, 1875. 
87 



41 8 Record OF Students [iQoi 

Mitchell, William Henry, Florence. 

1900; s. J. J. Mitchell and Etoile Hurd; b. April 8, 1882. 

McQueen, John Douglass, Eutaw. 

1898; s. J. p. McQueen and Roberta Kirksey; b. Sept. 3, 1881 

Peach, John Hill, Perote. 

1899; s. John H. Peach and Susie R. Edwards; b. July 16, 1882. 

Phillips, Marvin William, Fayetteville. 

1898; s Henry Whitfield Phillips and Sarah Texie Watters; b. Dec. 31, 1879. 

Sawyer, Harold Paine, Lansingburg, N. Y. 

1899; s. George F. Sawyer and Mary Eliza Thompson; b, Nov. 9, 1880. 

Shirley, Joseph Emil, Northport. 

1898; s. Joseph Shirley, Northport, and Angelina Archibald; b. Jan 30, 1880. 

Stickney, Frederick Gryst, Jr., Demopolis. 

1898; s. F. G. Stickney and Mary E. Ward; b. Sept. 20, 1883. 

Thomas, Jonathan Render, Gold Hill. 

1899; s. W. C. Thomas, Gold Hill, and. Emma Jane Avary; b. Oct. 5, 188 1. 

Young, Cecil Hugh, Anniston. 

1899; s. Richard Campbell Young and Alice Davis; b. March 20, 1882. 

Sophomores, Class ipo^. 
Archibald, Jennie, Knoxville. 

1900; dau. William Pratt Archibald and Mary Elizabeth Patton; b. Dec. 15, 1881. 

Bell, Joseph Randolph, Fort Deposit. 

1900; s. V. H. Bell and Lula Garrett; b. Feb. 16, 1881. 

Bingham, Ellison Harding, Tuscaloosa. 

1899; s. William Ellison Bingham and Nannie Hendrick; b. Dec. 28, 1882. 

Bingham, Marion Schuessler, Montgomery. 

1898; s. Thomas Cook Bingham and Annie Schuessler; b. Sept. 30, 188 1. 

Bogart, Walter Russell, Stephenson. 

1899; s. William Henry Bogart and Nancy Octavius McMahan; b. May 5, 1882. 

Brand, Florence, Morgan Springs. 

1899; dau. Romulus Brand and Elizabeth Dew; b. 1880. 

Caffey, William Garrett, Hayneville. 

1899; s. Hugh Madison Caffey and Mary Washington Garrett; b. March 30, 1884. 

Cain, Elisha Judkins, Wetumpka. 

1900; s. McD. Cain and DoUie Judkins; b. Oct. 2, 1882. 



iQOi] Other Students in Attendance 419 

Carpenter, Burwell Salmond, Bridgeville. 

1899; s. F. B. Carpenter, Bridgeville, and Loulie Salmond; b. July 4, 1882. 

Chalker, Hampton Land, Ozark, 

1900; s. Samuel Carter Chalker and Frances Aquilla Byrd; b. Jan. 4, 1878. 

Chapman, Lula, Livingston. 

1899; dau. Reuben Chapman and Kate Scruggs; b. Oct. 2, 1880. 

Coleman, Alice Meriwether, Eutaw. 

1900; dau. J. C. Coleman, Sr., and Harriet Jones Dunlap; b. May 10, 1879. 

Coleman, Jessie, teacher, Livingston. 

1899; dau. Jesse Belle Coleman and Sarah Jane Hynerd; b. Oct. 20, 1880; 
Teacher in Marengo Co., 1901 . 

Davison, William Malcolm, Brewton. 

1900; s. James M. Davison and Katherine McMillan; b. Oct. 6, 1882. 

Douglass, Alvin Mansfield, Cordova. 

1900; s. John A. Douglass and Georgia Sumner; b. Aug. 5, 1876. 

Edington, David Henry, Citronelle. 

1899; s. David Edington and Jessie Newton; b. July 10, 1882. 

Elmore, Ludlow, Montgomery. 

1900; s. F. H. Elmore and Nellie Gunter; b. Oct. 4, 1883. 

Gaddis, William Peace, Wetumpka. 

1901; s. Judge W. P. Gaddis and Cynthia £. Bass; b. March 4, 1882. 

Gluck, Victor, Tuscaloosa. 

1898; s. Herman Gluck and Fannie Roth; b. April 11, 1882. 

Granade, Joseph Chesterfield, Frankville. 

1900; s. J. S. Granade and Nancy Caroline Thompson; b. Nov. 14, 1881. 

Griswold, Joel Clifford, Shopton. 

1900; s. John Clin Griswold and Mattie Bristow; b. Nov. 9, 1880. 

Guice, John Inman, Eufaula. 

1899; s. Charles Wood Guice and Susie May Juhan; b. July 29, 1883. 

Hale, William Alexander, York. 

1899; s. Robert Hadden Hale and Bettie Carr; b. June 21, 1882. 

Hibbler, Lottie Ivy, Paulette, Miss. 

1900; dau. James Edmund Hibbler and Ada Hill Ivy; b. March 11, 1882. 

IJolt, Joseph Williams, Montgomery. 

1899; s. W. C. Holt, Montgomery, and Katherine Williams; b. Sept. 8, 1882. 



420 Record of Students [1901 

Hughes, Miles Preston, Gadsden. 

1899; s. J. R. Hughes and Mary Elizabeth Davis; b. Dec. 4, 1881. 

Hunter, Anna Trott, Livingston. 

1900; dau. B. Clay Hunter and Anna Jane Trott; b. March 3, 1884. 

Jones, Oren Davidson, Borachias. 

1900; s. F. M. Jones and Martha J. Harris; b. June 17, 1882. 

Kirkpatrick, James Holtzclavir, Montgomery. 

1900; s. John Alexander Kirkpatrick and Carrie White Holtzclaw; b. July 
29, 1884. 

Kyser, William Dennis, Richmond. 

1900; s. Dr. George W . Kyser and Sallie Patton; b. July 17, 1882. 

Lamar, Fred Dent, Selma. 

1900; s. Earnest Lamar and Ellen Scott Smith; b. Nov. 28, 1882. 

Lamar, Josiah Smith, Selma. 

1900; s. Earnest Lamar and Ellen Scott Smith; b. Nov. 28, 1882. 

Marsh, Edna Inez, Mobile. 

1900; dau. H. J. Marsh and Stella Mason; b. May 26, 1880. 

McCorquodale, Curtis Bush Thomas, Salitpa. 

1899; s. C. F. McCorquodale and Josephine Prim; b. Nov. 23, 1882. 

McLaughlin, James Samuel, Leeds. 

1900; s. John C. McLaughlin and Martha Vann; b. Oct. 10, 1875. 

McMahon, Winston, Livingston. 

1899; s. Carl Waterman McMahon and Annie Gage Winston; b. Feb. 2, 1884. 

Molette, James Ulmer, Orrville. 

1900; s. E. V. Molette and Almira S. Cunningham; b. Nov. 20, 1880. 

Nicholson, Oscar Thatcher, Valley Head. 

1901; s. E. P. Nicholson and Mary M. Lormer; b. Nov. 9, 1880. 

Noble, Benjamin Franklin, Montgomery. 

1899; s. Ed F. Noble and Lucy Micou; b. June 26, 1882. 

Ozment, Eugene Truman, Tuscaloosa. 

Palmer, Linn, Horse Creek, 

1900; s. Robert Henry Palmer, Horse Creek, and Gertrude Jackson; b. Oct. 
2, 1882. 

Patton, Walter Pierce^ Knoxville. 

1900; s. William Henry Patton and Minnie Parmelia Pierce; b. Aug. 8, 1881. 



1901] Other Students in Attendance 421 

Pettus, Edmund Winston, Jr., Selma. 

1899; s. Francis L. Pettus and Mary E. Knox; b. Oct. 5, 1884. 

Raney, Robert James, Whistler. 

1899; s. John N. Raney and Annie Maher; b. Sept. 19, 1883. 

Roberson, Pat Howell, Cropwell. 

1899; s. James R. RoDerson and Addle Jones; b. March 29, 1883. 

Roberts, Hugh Waddell, Clayton. 

1899; s. B. T. Roberts, Clayton, and Claudia Waddell; b. Sept. 20, 1882. 

Scott, Hal Lawson, Montgomery. 

1900, Montgomery; s. Thomas Jefferson Scott and Mary A. Taylor; b. 1884. 

Searcy, Harvey Brown, Tuscaloosa. 

1899; s. Dr. James Thomas Searcy and Annie R. Ross; b. Sept. 15, 1884. 

Sellers, Oley Wellington, Johns. 

1899; s. Simon Sellers, Johns, and Cynthia Caroline Lawson; b. Oct. 21, 1880. 

Sherrill, William Swift, Athens. 

1899; s. George Levi Sherrill and Ada Legg; b. Dec. 20, 1883. 

Somerville, James Henry, Jr., Bridgeville. 

1899; s. James Henry Somerville and Mary Hughes; b. Dec. 20, 1882. 

Spingarn, Marcus Gustavius, Areola, Miss. 

1899; s. Sigmond Spingarn and Minnie Rothchild; b. Nov. 14, 1883. 

Tallichet, Leon Edgar, Demopolis. 

1899; s. A. C. Tallichet and Kate Rebecca Compton; b. Jan. 21, 1883. 

Tucker, Quincey Woodall, Thomasville. 

1899; s. Rev. James Lee Tucker and Lizzie Busbee; b. Jan. 10, 1878. 

Woodruff, Lorenzo Ferguson, Montgomery. 

1900; s. L. N. Woodruff and Virginia Frye Ferguson; b. May 27, 1884. 

Freshmen, Class 1904. 
Alston, James Fitts, Tuscaloosa. 

1900; s. Samuel Fitts Alston and Fannie Fitts; b. May 21, 1884. 

Ash, George Walton, Springville. 

1900; s. John Winston Ash and Carrie Byers; b. May i, 1882. 

Banks, Reuben Reynolds, Columbus, Miss. 

1900; s. James Oliver Banks and Lucy Young; b. March 4, 1883. 

Bingham, Chester Arthur, Talladega. 

1900; s. J. A. Bingham and Lillie Schuessler; b. Sept. 19, 1884. 



42 2 Record of Students [1901 

Blair, Frank Furman, Clayton. 

1900; s. D. H. Blair and Mary A. Pynes; b. Nov. 17, 1882. 

Boyles, Jesse Varnel, Thomasville. 

1900; s. N. B. Boyles and Lucy Adams; b. Oct. 7, 1883. 

Brown, Marcus Lee, Pratt City. 

1899; s. George Washington Brown and Susan Emily Burrett; b. May 20, 1883. 

Cartwright, Bradley Preuit, Decatur. 

1900; s. Dr. O. B. Cartwright and Telmeria Blanche Preuit; b. Aug. z-j, 1884. 

Chiles, Thomas Stuart^ Pleasant Ridge. 

1900; s. John J. Chiles and Bettie Archibald; b. July 24, 1882. 

Christian, Thomas William, Northport. 

1898; s. George W. Christian and Lou Rice; b. Feb. 3, 1883. 

Clarkson, Edgar La Rush, Birmingham. 

1900; s. Edgar L. Clarkson and Gussie Jolly; b. June 13, 1883. 

Cleveland, Gordon Brooks, Randolph. 

1900; s. M. L. Cleveland and Lola Risinger; b. March 18, 1884. 

Cohn, Arthur William, Gallion. 

1900; s. T. A. Cohn and Sadie Healey; b. Oct. 28, 1884. 

Coles, Thomas Lee, Cushing. 

1900; s. Robert Thompson Coles and Lucy Virginia Wortham; b. July 26, 1882. 

Crawford, Louise Milburn, Tuscaloosa. 

1900; dau. Robert L. Crawford, St. Louis, Mo., and Fannie Elizabeth Webb; 
b. May 16, 1883. 

Crenshaw, Allen, Colquitt. 

1900; s. C. E. Crenshaw, Jr., and Willie J. Allen; b. Feb. 23, 1885. 

Daniel, John Marion, Tuscaloosa. 

1900; s. John M. Daniel and Susan Christian; b. Oct. i, 1883. 

Dixon, John, Jr., Fayetteville. 

1900; s. Dr. John Dixon, Fayetteville, and Mattie Kelly; b. Aug. i, 1883. 

*Dudley, Richard Hammond, Benton. 

1899; s. Joe R. Dudley and Rosa Bowie; b. Oct. s, 1880; d, Sept. s, 1901. 

Eley, James Henry, Jr., Union Springs. 

1901; s. James Henry Eley and Temple Jackson. 

Ennis, Julian Brownrigge, Livingston. 

1900; s. Robert Washington Ennis and Annie Elizabeth Garrett; b. May 18, 1884. 



1901] Other Students in Attendance 423 

Gaines, Henry Lawrence, Jr., Mobile. 

1900; s. Henry Lawrence Gaines and Annie Tate; b. Nov. 20. 1882. 

Garth, William Willis, Jr., Huntsville. 

1900; s. Winston F. Garth and Lena Garth; b. Feb. 24, 1884 

Gillespy, Thomas Owen, Birmingham. 

1900; 8. John S. Gillespy, Birmingham, and Mary Eugenia Owen; b. Not. 
30, 1884. 

Goodwin, Walter P., Jasper. 

1900; s. Dr. Joseph A. Goodwin and Mattie Gravlee; b. Aug. 11, 1883. 

Gwinn, James Chesly Bird, East Lake-. 

1900; s. M. M. Gwinn, Ezra, and Telitha Laird; b. June 21, 1878. 

Hall, Floy, James, 

1900; s. John Robert Hall and Angeline West; b. Feb. 3, 1882. 

Hardin, James Festus, Northport. 

1899; s. Jack Hardin and Nannie Bealle; b. Sept. 19, 1882. 

Henagan, Sam Perry, Tuscaloosa. 

1900; s. J. M. Henagan and Laura Miller; b. April 11, 1883. 

Kilgore, Charles Bryce, Tuscaloosa. 

1900; s. Charles C. Kilgore and Sarah A. Leach; b. Dec. 31, 1883. 

Lett, Edmond Ruskin, Good Hope. 

1899; s. Harris T. Lett and S. W. McElhaney; b. Aug. 23, 1882. 

Maxwell, George Neville, Tuscaloosa. 

1900; s. Charles Neville Maxwell and Josie L. Alston; b. May 4, 1884. 

McCorvey, Eleanor Packer, University. 

1900; dau. Thomas C. McCorvey and Netta Lucia Tutwiler; b. April i, 1884. 

McGuire, Joseph Hilliard, Jr., Jasper. 

1900; s. James Hilliard McGuire and Seleta Jane Windham; b. Sept. 13, 1883. 

McKnight, John R. Sprott, York. 

1900; s. W. T. McKnight and Margaret Sprott; b. July 6, 1883. 

McNeal, Walter Raleigh, Patton. 

1900; s. T. B. McNeal and Delia Camp; b. June 2, 1885. 

Moore, William Locklin, Perdue Hill. 

1900; s. J. H. Moore and Irene Knight Marshall; b. Nov. i, 1883. 

Pace, Fulton, Dadeville. 

1900; s. John W. Pace and Mary Milner; b. June 19, 1882. 



424 Record of Students [1901 

Fatten, Abner Wilson, Knoxville. 

1900; s. Abner Parker Patton and Drura A. Wilson; b. Sept. 6, 1882. 

Patton, Thomas Jefferson, Jr., Knoxvilie. 

1900; s. Abner Parker Patton and Drura A. Wilson; b. Nov. 26, 1880. 

Patton, William Henry, Jr., Knoxville. 

1900; s. William Henry Patton and Minnie Pierce; b. Jan. 20, 1883. 

Powers, Pearl Polk, University. 

1900; dau. James K. Powers and Loula Reynolds; b. Dec. 25, 1883. 

Prude, James Oscar, Jr., Tuscaloosa. 

1900; s. James Oscar Prude, Sr., Tuscaloosa, and Lucie Avery Brown; b. 
Aug. 3, 1885. 

Ragsdale, Velpeau Hill, McCalla. 

1900; s. Dr. Milton C. Ragsdale and Louise E. Oldham; b. Nov. 8, 1882. 

Rainer, William Walton, Jr., Union Springs. 

1900; s. William Walton Rainer, Sr.. and Cecile Baldwin; b. June 24, 1882. 

Robertson, Walter Worthington, Birmingham. 

1900; s. Thaddeus Findley Robertson and Mary Caroline Worthington; b. 
March 4, 1882. 

Robinson, Harold Benjamin, Ashville. 

1900; s. E. J. Robinson and Sue Vandegrift; b. Oct. 24, 18S3. 

Ross, William Buck, Mobile. 

1900; s. Jack F. Ross and Emma E. Buck; b. Nov. 29, 1884. 

Smith, Robert Clyde, Montgomery. 

1900; s. Norwood Smith and Katie D. Nunn; b. Sept. 4, 1883. 

Snow, Edward Courtney, Tuscaloosa, 

1900; s. E. N. C. Snow and Carrie T. McLester; b. July 26, 1884. 

Speir, Ross Clair, Furman. 

1900; s. Capt. James P. Speir and Mary Ann Henderson; b. Aug. 11, 1884. 

Stalnaker, Benjamin Daniel, Clayton, 

1900; s. L. F. Stalnaker, McBee, S. C, and Fannie Kittie James; b. June 2, 1884. 

Sturdivant, Fred Frank, Dadeville. 

190Q; s. Thomas Sturdivant and MoUie Carprew; b. Oct. 31, 1882. 

Taylor, James Hubbard, Taylorsville. 

1900; s. C. E. Taylor and Laura Hobles; b. Sept. — , 1883. 

Terry, William David, Jr., Terry, Miss. 

1900; s. R. C. Terry and Emma A. Wolfe; b. Nov. 25, 1882. 



1901] Other Students in Attendance 425 

Tipton, Reuben Edgar, York. 

1900; s. Thomas Tipton, York, and Anna Williams Moore; b. Jan. 20, 1884. 

Trimm, James Mayfield, Northport. 

1900; dau. Dr. James Trimm, Northport, and Mattie Waits; b. Aug. 5, 1883. 

Van Hoose, George Wolsey, Jr., Tuscaloosa. 

1900; s. George Wolsey Van Hoose and Lee Martin; b. Oct. 15, 1883. 

Wyatt, Walter Simrall, New Decatur. 

1900; s. Luther Buford Wyatt and Jennie Atchinson; b. Sept. 13, 1883. 

Special Course. 
Bingham, Raymond Mclnnis, Tuscaloosa. 

1898; s. Dr. William Ellison Bingham and Nannie Hendrick; b. Oct. 25, 1879. 

Blackman, Malcolm Lee, Ozark. 

1900; s. Thomas Green Blackman and Lucy Ann Deshazo; b. Oct. 31, 1878. 

Blue, Gussie Olivia, Boyd, Ark. 

1900; dau. E. a. Blue and Olivia McKinnon; b. Jan. 29, 1882. 

Cleveland, Paul, Randolph. 

1900; dau. M. L. Cleveland and Lola Risinger; b. Oct. 9, 1880. 

Davis, James Lazarus, Oxford. 

1900; s. J. C. Davis and Sarah A. Smedley; b. Sept. 10, 1874; Prin., High 
School, Eufaula, 1895-99; Supt., Ozark City School, 1899-1900, Northport, 1900-01; 
Teacher, Philippine Islands, 1901 . 

Erckert, Eugene Jesse, Avondale. 

1900, Avondale; s. Charles Erckert, Batavia, N. Y., and Maria Kettell; b. 
Jan. 25, 187s; Barber, 1894 . 

Harrison, Kate Belle, Tuscaloosa. 

1900; dau. J. C. Harrison and Belle Richardson; b. June 24, 1882. 

Hodges, Robert Shattuck, Florence 

1898; s. Dr. Robt. S. Hodges, Cartersville, Miss., and Louisa Augustus Southall; 
b. Sept. 28, 187s; Asst. in Physics and State Geolog. Survey. 

Johnson, Josephine Spicer, Tuscaloosa. 

1899; dau. William H. Johnson and Nancy Harriet Boyd; b. Nov. 21, 1880. 

Leach, Bessie Warren, Tuscaloosa. 

1900; dau. Sewall Jones Leach and Kate Brantley Warren; b. March i, 1885. 

Lovelace, Benjamin Franklin, Tuscaloosa. 

1899; s. B. F. Lovelace, Crescent City, Fla., and Susan Chapman; b. Feb. 27, 
1876; A. B., Florida C. Col., 1896; Prof, of Math., Florida C. Col., 1896-99; Prof, of 
Math., T. F. Col., Tuscaloosa, 1899 . 



426 Record of Students [1902 

i 

Moody, Mary Washington, Tuscaloosa. 

1898; dau. Frank Sims l.ioody and Mary Farley Maxwell; b. March 14, 1879; 
Teacher of Modern Languages, Asheville, (N. C.) Sem., 1901 . 

Prowell, Bertha Gabie, East Lake. 

1900; dau. William J. Prowell and Margaret Jemison; b. Feb. 25, 1883. 

Purifoy, Francis Marion, (See 1899). 

Searcy, Abbie Fitch, Tuscaloosa. 

1898; dau. Dr. James T. Searcy and Annie Ross; b. Feb. 2$, 1881. 

Shahan, Whitley Thomas, Attalla. 

1900; s. W. P. Shahan and Minnie Jane Ewing; b. Sept. 3, 1879. 

Sharpe, Thomas, Bessemer. 

1898, Bessemer; b. Dec. 10, 1880. 

Verner, Clara Louise, Tuscaloosa. 

1900; dau. Prof. W. H. Verner and Julia Oliver; b. Aug. 23, 1882; Teacher in 
Tuscaloosa Public Schools, 1901 . 



1902. 

The following students were matriculated in September and 
October, 1901, the beginning of session 1901-02. Their names 
do not appear in the alphabetical list of Part III, having entered 
after that list was printed. 

Law Department. 

Alston, A. B., Philip Henry, (Sen.), (See 1900). 

Brindley, Augustus Roscoe, (Sen.), Gadsden. 

s. Perry K. Brindley and Hannah Josephine Wilson; b. Dec. 9, 1875, in Cherokee 
Co.; Teacher at Valley Head, 1893, Henegar, 1893, Carbon Hill, 1894, and Turkey 
Town, 1 899- 1 900. 

Burns, Harmon Theron, (Jun.), Wedowee. 

s. Edward S. Burns and Sophia Gay; b. April 28, 1879, at Wedowee. 

Coleman, John Anderson, A. B,, (Jun.), (See 1900). 

Coleman,, Russell Porter, (Jun.), (See 1899). 

Daniel, Robert Lanier, (Jun.), Fayetteville. 

s. Lucius A. Daniel and Mattie Leonora Law; b. July lo, 1879, at Fayetteville; 
A. B., Howard College, 1900; Teacher at Childersburg, 1900-01. 

Davis, Ben, (Jun,), Irondale. 

s. Benjamin Davis and Elizabeth Jones; b. Jan. 21, 1877, at Pittsburg, Pa. 

Davis, Harwell Goodwin, (Jun.), Thomasville. 

s. Thomas W. Davis and Mary K. Goodwin; b. Nov. 23, 1882, at Hoboken. 



1902] Law Department 427 

Ellis, Leonidas Wilson, (Jun.), Greensboro. 

s. George F. Ellis and Martha J. Curry; b. Feb. lo, 1887, at Shiloh, Marengo 
Co.; Student, Southern Univ., 1895-98; Teacher in Blount Co., 1898-99. 

Flint, Hampton Leonidas, (Spec), Guntersville. 

s. Washington LaFayette Flint and Mary Elizabeth Cadenhead; b. Sept 24, 
1874, at Elgin, Ga.; Teacher at Union Grove, Marshall Co., 1893; nu Hattie Caden- 
head, Union Grove, June 8, 1894. 

Fuller, Charles Eugene, (Jun.), Buffalo. 

s. William Henry Fuller and Mary Alsobrook; b. Nov. 23, 1878, at Talbotton, 
Ga.; B. S., North Ala. Conference Col., 1899; Teacher at Bufifalo, Chambers Co., 
1899-1901. 

Gray, Lecil Dean, (Sen.), Sulligent. 

s. Alanson Jefferson Gray and Elizabeth Nethery; b. Jan. 3, 1881, at DeSoto- 
ville; Clerk of House Committee, Ala. Legislature, 1899-1900. 

Henry, Hubert Patrick, (Jun.), Guntersville. 

s. Hugh B. Henry and Alice E. Griffith; b. Oct. 15, 1882, at Summit. 

Hicks, Josiah Carney, (Jun.), Jackson. 

s. Lamartine O. Hicks and Mary Kimbell Chapman; b. Aug. 12, 1879, at Jackson. 

Hines, James Alexander, (Jun.), Standing Rock. 

s. James Hightower Hines and Louise McCosh; b. Aug. 28, 1878, at Standing 
Rock, Chambers Co.; B. S., North Ala. Conference Col. 

Houghton, Harry Streety, (Jun.), Hayneville. 

s. William R. Houghton, Birmingham, and Annie M. Streety; b. March 25, 
1878, at Hayneville; B. S., A. P. I., 1898; Instructor of Chemistry at A. P. L, 
1899-1900. 

Hunt, Luke Pryor, (Sen.), Fort Payne. 

s. Richard C. Hunt and Annie Scruggs; b. Nov. 6, 1883, at Scottsboro. 

Johnson, James Terry, (Sen.), Hamilton. 

s. John Henry Johnson and Eliza Ann Davis; b. June 21, 1876; at Ashville; 
Teacher in Marion Co., 1898-1900. 

Jones, Paul Everett, A. B., (Sen.), (See 1899). 

Judge, Hilliard Means, (Jun.), Eutaw. 

s. Hilliard Means Judge and Martha McLemore; b. Nov. 28, 1880, at Boligee. 

Knox, James Croll, (Spec), Covington, Ga. 

s. William Andrew Knox and Rosa Bell Wadsworth; b. Aug. 3, 1883, at La- 
Grange, Ga.; Student, Emory Col., Ga., 1898-1901. 

McClelland, Hunter Hawthorn, (Sen.), Turn Bull. 

s. John James McClelland and Mary Hunter McCreary; b. May 22, 1875, at 
Turn Bull; Court Stenographer, loth Judicial District, La. 



428 Record of Students [1902 

McNeil, Walter Scott, (Spec), Kennedy. 

s. Evander Edvan McNeil and Amanda Smith; b. Oct. 23, 1873, at Kennedy; 
Teacher in Lamar, Jefferson, Fayette and Pickens Counties, 1896-1901. 

Middleton, John Osmond, (Jun.), Clanton. 

s. William A. Middleton and Catherine H. Colvin; b. Sept. 25, 1879, in Mont- 
gomery Co. 

Mitchell, Byron, (Spec), Guntersville. 

s. Thomas L. Mitchell and Sallie Francis Crook; b. Feb. 24, 1873, at River 
Hill, Tenn.; Teacher at Frost, Tex., 1899, and Findley Institute, Tenn., 1897. 

Moon, Charles Scott, (Spec), Lineville. 

s. John E. Moon and Mary Jane Barnhill; b. Sept. 30, 1878, at Lineville; 
Teacher at Dean, Clay Co., 1900, and Pike Road, 1901 

Moore, Fred George, A. B., (Jun.), (See 1901). 

Ormond, Marvin Thomas, (Sen.), Tuscaloosa. 

s. Benjamin Franklin Ormond and Elizabeth J. Watts; b. March 7, 1878, at 
Lauderdale, Miss.; A. B., Southern Univ., 1898, LL. B., Univ. of Miss., 1900; Ad- 
mitted to the bar, 1900. 

Peck, Coleman LaFayette, (Jun.), New Decatur. 

s. Washington W. Peck and Dialtha Wilson; b. Sept. 22, 1869, at Somerville; 
Chief Clerk, Probate Judge's office, Morgan Co., 1897-1901. 

Pitts, Arthur Morrison, A. B., (Jun.), (See 1901). 
Plowman, Thomas Scales, Jr., A. B., (Jun.), (See 1901). 
Prestwood, James Morgan, (Jun.), Andalusia. 

s. James A. Prestwood and Mary E. Fletcher; b. April 24, 1881, at Andalusia; 

A. B., Howard Col., 1901. 

Rice, Fleetwood, B. S., (Sen.), (See 1899). 

Smith, Holland McTyeire, (Jun.), Montgomery. 

s. John V. Smith and Corrie E. McTyeire; b. April 20, 1882, at Hatchechubee; 

B. S., A. P. L, 1901. 

Sprott, Samuel Henry, Jr., A. B., (Sen.), (See 1898). 
Tyson, Archibald Pitt, Jr., A. B., (Jun.), (See 1901). 
Weaver, Willie Aubrey, (Spec), Avondale. 

s. James Henry Weaver and Harriet Brown; b. Oct. 23, 1878, at Americus, 
Ga. ; A. B., Wake Forest Col., 1901. 

Wilson, Leonce Russell, (Jun.), Demopolis. 

s. Isham Griffin Wilson and Amanda Holmes; b. Jan. 28, 1880, at Safford. 

Wilson, William Luther, (Spec), Rock Mills. 

b. Sept. 17, 1878, in Heard Co., Ga. 

Young, Robert Craig, A. B., (Jun.), (See 1900). 



1902] Academic Department 429 

Academic Department. 
Ashley, Alice Searcy, (Fr.), University. 

dau. Charles Rush Ashley and Ella Wyman; b. Nov. 23, 1885, at Montgomery. 

Barnes, Reginald Wilfred, (Fr.), Tuscaloosa. 

s. W. J. Barnes and Annie Smallwood; b. July 13, 1886, at Tuscaloosa. 

Beard, Frank Simmons, (Soph.), Troy. 

s. Josephus S. Beard and Ella Bowdon; b. Jan. 21, 1884, at Troy. 

Black, Stella Esther, (Spec), Tuscaloosa. 

dau. Charles Black and Leontine Friedman; b. Nov. 13, 1885, at Chicago, 111. 

Browne, William Wayland, (Fr.), Tuscaloosa. 

s. Fabius W. Browne and Ella Matilda Hinton; b. Aug. 8, 1881, at Tuscaloosa. 

Cheney, John West, (Spec), Anniston. 

s. Judson A. Cheney and Cora Carter; b. Aug. 28, 1881, at Rome, Ga. 

Cleere, Jessie Henderson, (Spec), Tuscumbia. 

dau. George D. Cleere and Smith; b. Jan. 4, 1881, at Newburg; Teacher 

in Tuscumbia Public Schools one year. 

Cotter, Kathleen, (Fr.), Tuscaloosa. 

dau. Dennis Cotter and Martha Murphy; b. Nov. 14, 1885, at Tuscaloosa. 

Craighead, Preston Alfred, Jr., (Fr.), Uniontown. 

s. Preston A. Craighead and Fannie Chapman; b. Sept. 7, 1883, at Marion. 

Davis, Ben, (Spec), Irondale. 

s. Benjamin Davis and Elizabeth Jones; b. Jan. 21, 1877, at Pittsburg, Pa. 

Dickson, Richard Andrews, (Fr.), Mexico City, Mex. 

s. Barton Flinn Dickson and Bessie Andrews; b. Sept. 26, 1886, at Birmingham. 

Edgar, Russell Bliss, (Sen.), (See 1898). 

Edwards, George Milton, (Soph.), Union Springs. 

s. Thomas Edwards and Hattie Collins; b. Oct. 8, 1882, in Bullock Co. 

Felter, Florence Kate, (Spec), Cullman. 

dau. Stodard Alexander Felter and Lizzie Thompson; b. Aug. 29, 1880, at 
Topeka.Kan. 

Finch, Edgar Milton, (Fr.), Montgomery. 

s. Milton S. Finch and Fannie Rutherford; b. Jan. 30, 1884, near New York. 

Garner, Allie, (Spec), Ozark. 

dau. William Garner and Mary Carroll; b. Jan. 19, 1880, at Ozark. 

Garner, Carroll, (Fr.), Ozark. 

s. William Garner and Mary Carroll; b. Sept. 17, 1882, at Ozark. 



43° Record of Students [1902 

Garner, Ralph, (Fr.), Ozark. 

s. William Garner and Mary Carroll; b. Aug. 9, 1885, at Ozark. 

Grimes, Leroy Bacots, (Fr.), Pine Apple. 

s. v\^illiam H. Grimes and Sheba Davidson (nee Linam); b. Nov. 11, 1883, at 
Pine Apple. 

Hobbs, Edward Henry, Jr., (Soph.), Selma. 

s. Edward II. Hobbs and Frances Jeffries John; b. Feb. 2, 1885, at Selma. 

Jones, Henry Heard, (Fr.), Centerville. 

s. Robert J. Jones and Nannie Williams; b. Dec. 22, 1878, in Perry Co.; Teacher 
in Bibbs Co., 1900-01. 

Knox, Evelyn, (Fr.), Troy. 

dau. John B. Knox and Lulu Margaret Dinkins; b. Aug. 11, 1884, at Troy. 

Lambert, Etta Eugenia, (Soph.), Mobile. 

dau. Robert A. Lambert and Verdelia Busey; b. Sept 28, 1877; Teacher in 
Mobile Co., 1897-1901. 

Marx, Ralph Marion, (Fr.), Greensboro. 

s. Solomon M. Marx and Carrie Steinhart; b. May S, 1884, at Greensboro. 

Matthews, Thomas Van Rensselaer, (Fr.), Anniston. 

s. T. R. Matthews and Elizabeth Fouche; b. April 20, 1884, at Center, Cherokee 
County. 

Maxwell, Charles Neville, Jr., (Fr.), Tuscaloosa. 

s. Charles Neville Maxwell and Josie L. Alston; b. Jan. 22, 1886, at Tuscaloosa. 

McGlathery, Ernest Scott, (Soph.), Falkville. 

s. Daniel Watson McGlathery and Julia Cobb; b. Aug. 4, 1877, at Falkville; 
Teacher in Morgan Co., 1897-98, and Tallapoosa Co., 1899-1901. 

Melton, George Cleveland, (Fr.), Pine Apple. 

s. John F. Melton and Lula Ward; b. March 13, 1884, at Pine Apple. 

Merrill, Allen Kent, (Fr.), Eufaula. 

8. Allen H. Merrill and Tade Sims Bray; b. March 26, 1883, at Eufaula. 

Miller, Joseph Henry, (Fr.), Huntsville. 

s. John Kleber Miller and Minnie Forrest Landman; b. Dec. 19, 1883, at Hunts- 
ville. 

Monnish, Honor, (Spec), Tuscaloosa. 

dau. Frederick W. Monnish and Lillian Olmsted; b. Dec. 14, 1883, at Tusca- 
loosa. 

Moody, Washington, (Fr.), Tuscaloosa. 

s. Frank Sims Moody and Mary Farley Maxwell; b. March 22, 1885, at Tusca- 
loosa. 



1902] Academic Department 431 

Moor, Mary Aileen, (Soph.), Birmingham. 

dau. James B. Moor and Hattie Tutwiler; b. March 30, 1884, at Birmingham. 

Moore, TaHaferro Clarence, (Spec), (See 1899), 

Myer, Frances, (Spec), Tuscaloosa. 

dau. Lee Myer and Jennie Myer; b. May 24, 1884, at Tuscaloosa. 

Neilson, Jodie, (Spec), Tuscaloosa. 

dau. Dr. Robert Neilson and Amy Parker; b. April 23, 1881, at Northport. 

Nicholls, Katherine, (Fr.), Tuscaloosa. 

dau. Dr. A. B. C. Nicholls and Mary E. Foster; b. July 7, 1885, at Fosters. 

Palfrey, William Taylor, (Fr.), Franklin, La. 

s. George D. Palfrey and Amelia Gorgas; b. Jan. 30, 1885, at University of 
Alabama. 

Parker, Mary, (Fr.), University. 

dau. Dr. William Asa Parker and Martha English Foster; b. April 30, i88St 
at University of Ala. 

Patton, Thomas Herbert, (Fr.), Knoxville. 

s. William Henry Patton and Minnie Permelia Pierce; b. Aug. 24, 1884, at 
Knoxville. 

Powell, Floyd Burkeley, (Spec), Union Springs. 

s. J. B. Powell and Almyra Hinson Brown; b. July 25, 1883, at Union Springs. 

Rainer, Sterling Price, Jr., (Fr.), Union Springs. 

s. Sterling Price Rainer and Minnie Lee Feagin; b. Jan. 24, 1885, at Union 
Springs. 

Raid, Louise, (Fr.), Birmingham. 

dau. John Reid and Emma McDowell; b. July 4, 1884, at Newton, Kan. 

Rice, James, (Fr.), Northport. 

s. Talbert Alexander Rice and Sallie E. Shelton; b. March 28, 1885, at New( 
Lexington. 

Roberts, Ben, (Soph.), Clayton. 

s. Bob T. Roberts and Claudia Waddell; b. Nov. 7, 1884, at Clayton. 

Savage, Sallie, (Spec), Piedmont. 

dau. Thomas P. Savage and Florence A. Little; b. April 10, 1876; Teacher at 
Gadsden, Piedmont and A. C. F. College, Tuskegee. 

Smith, Marcus McTyeire, (Fr.), Gadsden. 

s. William C. Smith and Burdette McGlathery; b. July 4, 1884, at Coats' Bend. 

Smith, Saul, (Fr.), Hull. 

s. Saul Smith and Ella Derrick; b. Feb. 4, 1884, at Troy. 



432 Record of Students [1902 

Smith, Truman Aldrich, (Fr.), University. 

s. Dr. Eugene Allen Smith and Jennie Garland; b. Dec. 25, 1885, at University 
of Ala. 

Spivey, Raymond Mills, (Soph.), Tuscaloosa. 

s. William W. Spivey, Henderson, Tex., and Sarah Ann Flemming; b. Dec. 25, 
1880, at Henderson, Tex.; Student, Univ. of Tex., 1900-01. 

Spratt, Louis Brown, (Soph.), Livingston. 

s. James Polk Spratt and Mattie A. Beggs; b. July 17, 1884, at Livingston. 

Sprott, Robert, (Soph.), Livingston. 

s. Judge Samuel H. Sprott and Leonora Brockway; b. Dec. 29, 1884, at Liv- 
ingston. 

Taylor, Julian Waters, (Fr.), Butler. 

s. Heyward T. Taylor and Cora Spinks; b. Feb. 24, 1885, at Butler. 

Thomas, Walton Dowdell, (Soph.), Prattville. 

s. Eugene Walton Thomas and Samantha Stanley; b. April 12, 1882, at Waverly. 

Trimm, Annye, (Spec), Northport. 

dau. Dr. James Trimm and Mattie Waits; b. April i, 1885, at CarroUton. 

Wiley, James McCaleb, (Jun.), Troy. 

s. Oliver Cicero Wiley and Augusta Murphree; b. Aug. 2, 1882, at Troy. 

Wilcox, George Spigener, (Fr,), Montgomery. 

s. George W. Wilcox and Jennie Spigener; b. March 31, 1884, at Montgomery. 

Wyker, John William, (Fr.), Decatur. 

s. John D. Wyker and Clara Berry; b. Jan. 26, 1886. 



MM 



PART III 



Alphabetical Index of Students' Names 



[The figures before each name indicate the year under which the name can be 
found in Part II. The * here as elsewhere denotes the person is deceased. The names 
of students who matriculated at beginning of session 1902 are not in this Index, as 
it was printed before they entered.] 

1888, 1889, Edward Buist 
1837, James Alexander* 
1881, 1883, John Crawford 
1886, John Mordecai 
1891, Robert Frank 
1885, William Dingley 
1832, William G.' 
Andrews 

1900, George William 
1895, Julian Leigh 
1872, Tunstall 
1897, Warren Elbert 

1883, William Franklin 
i886, William Thomas 

Anclin 

1885, Thomas Leeper 

Anthony 

1872, James Francis 

Archibald 

1848, Abner Alexander* 
1846, Edwin Addison* 

1901, Jennie 
Armistead 

1 88 1, George Mathews 
1863, Robert 
1899, Robert Boyd 

Armstrong 

1863, Adam Sloan* 
1846, James King* 

Arrington 

1891, Archibald Hunter 
1854, James Nicholson* 
1854, John Richard* 
1901, Robert Goldthwaite 

1884, Samuel Lewis 
1888, 1 89 1, Thomas Mann 
1896, William Henry 

Ash 

1 90 1, George Walton 
1877, John Winston 

Ashe 

1837, Edmund Fontaine* 
1832, Wm. Cincinnatus* 

ASHFORD 

1836, Augustus H.* 
1842, George Franklin 
1842, John Bennett* 



Abbott 




AlCARDl, 


i893> 


Eli 


1877, Robert S. 


1893. 


John 


AlKIN 


Abercrombie 


1879, John Gaston 


1888, 


John William 


Aldridge 


1884, 


Milo Boiling 


1 90 1, Jacob Frederic 


1900, 


Perry Magruder 


1900, Mayer Westbrook 


Abernathy 


Alexander 


1884, 


George Carroll 


1865, Algernon Taylor* 


I86I, 


Macon* 


1893, 1900, Edward Robt. 


AfiNE'i 




189s, James Edward 


1880, 


Robert Alexander* 


1901, James Edward 


1857, 


Samuel 


1900, Peyton Edmond 


1857. 


Zachary 


1864, ^amuel Eugene 


Abrahams 


187s, William Burford 


1850, 


Edward Ward* 


1878, William Lee* 


1850, 


William Thomas* 


Alford 


Acker 




1863, Julius Stanley* 


1884, 


Elisha David 


Alison 


1889, 


Joseph Elihu 


1844, Samuel Beekman* 


1889, 


Paul Jerome Moeris 


Allen 


ACKLEN 




1886, Claude Alston 


1834, Joseph Alex. Smith* 


1889, George Ball 


1851, 


Theodore* 


1863, John C. 


Ac TON 




1865, Joseph Virginius* 


1898, 
1897. 


Joel Duncan 
John Madison 


1831, Leroy P. 

1889, Thomas Shackleford 


1886, 
1884, 

Adams 

1895, 
1856, 


Peter LaFayette, 
William Henson 

Anna Byrne 
Benjamin Carter* 


Allison 

1882, Evan Frank 
187s, James Finnell 

Allmon 

1895, Rinaldo 


1897, 
1864, 


David Bell 
Frederick G.* 


Alj^on 

1883, Edward Berton 


1885, 


James Beecher 


Alston 


1853. 


Robert Washington* 


1890, Edward Ott 


1896, 


Samuel 


1901, James Fitts 


1862, 


William Francis 


1900, Philip Henry 


1893. 


William Mitchell 


1890, Robert Cotton 


Agee 




1864, Waldemar 


1887, 


Alfred Pelham 


1878, William Williams* 


184s, 


Noah Alfred 


Altman 


1873. 


Ransom Hunley 


1898, John William 


Ahlrichs 


Anderson 


1896, 


Alvin 


1882, Albert Dunn* 


1895. 


Emil 


1888, Albert Massie 



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Ashley 

1873, Charles Rush 
1900, Ellen 
1848, Nathaniel 
1873, Robert Augustus 

ASHURST 

1 84 1, Geo. Washington* 
1832, Robert Turpin 
Askew 

1864, Samuel Horton 

1865, Warren Simonton* 
Atkins 

1887, James Oliver 
Atkinson 

1865, John Henderson 

1857, Joseph 

1852, Thomas Parsons 
Atteberry 

1 89 1, James Graves* 
Augustus 

1848, Nicholas Gaines* 

1849, William Baldwin 

AULD 

1865, Leonard 

AUSTILL 

1 86 1, Hurieosco 
1897, 1899, Robert Ervin 
Austin 

1900, James Max 
Auxfoed 

189 1, Frank Oscar 

1877, John William 

1894, Lollie Rufus 

1884, Stephen Marion 

1893, Yerby Turner 

AVARY 

1887, Thomas Harper 

AVERIETT 

1863, John Thomas* 

1888, William Wallis 
Avery 

1 86 1, Albert Monroe* 
1865, William Sidney 

Aycock 

1852, Bryant Ferguson* 

Ayiett 

1834, Alfred Leonidas* 
184s, Wm. Dandridge* 

Ayres 

1897, Albert Martin, Jr. 

Badger 

1897, Herbert Leon 

Bailey 

1873, Clarence C. 
1897, Eugene DeLeon 
1891, Henry Talbert 
1834, James Francis* 

1901, Sidney Howard 
Baine 

1879, Tom 



Baines 

1835, Geo. Washington* 

Baker 

1880, Daniel Harris 
1834, Jacob Herrod* 
1882, James Wynn 
1870, J. D. 

1861, Richard Emmett* 

1856, William Henry 
Baldrick 

1865, J. J. 
Baldridge 

1887, Felix Edgar 
Baldwin 

1891, Frank Barnett 

1 89 1, James Crews 
1894, 1895, Martin M. 
183s, Marion Augustus* 
1863, William Owen* 
1872, William Owen* 

Ball 

1892, Sumter Mayi 
Ballard 

1 90 1, Clarence Bingham 
Baltzell 

1877, Richard Henly* 
Bankhead 

1896, Henry McAuley 

1891, John Hollis, Jr. 

1893, William Brockman 
Banks 

1889, George Young 
1885, James Jones 

1847, James Oliver 
1887, James Oliver. Jr. 
1833, Marion* 

1 90 1, Reuben Reynolds 

1862, Robert Webb 
1842, Thomas Gray* 

1894, Wiley Coleman 
1842, William* 
1877, Willis 

Baptist 

1848, Edward Glanville* 

1857, Powhatan Richard* 
Barge 

1880, Clifton Loomis 

1 88 1, Essex Lanier 
1870, Thomas Bayne* 

Barker 

1882, William Hill 
Barnard 

1874, George Massey* 
1870, Mathew LaFayette 

Barnes 

1884, John Rawles* 
183s, William Keyes* 

Barnett 

1891, Albert Edward 
188s, Francis Willis, 



1900, John Bigham 

1885, Paul 
Baer 

1 84 1, John Gorman* 
Barrett 

186s, J. S. 
Barringer 

1887, Mardis Gilbert 
Barton 

1864, John Keyes 

1889, William Adrian 
Bascom 

1863, Samuel Preble* 
Basham 

1897, Harvey Alonzo 
Baskerville 

1863, Charles* 
Baskin 

1841, James Hillhouse* 

1873, 1876, John Bryce 

1884, William Kershaw* 
Bass 

1899, Hershel Winston 
Bateman 

1887, John Wadkins 
Bates 

1863, Andrew 
1870, Asa Sherman 
1838, John M., Jr.* 
1836, Joseph C* 

Battle 

1872, Alfred* 
1846, Archibald John 
1850, Cullen Andrews 
1862, John Moore* 
1877, Josiah Davis* 
1858, Junius Kincaid* 

1864, Romulus Riggs 
1844, William Augustus 

1873, William Augustus 
Baugh 

1882, 1883, Joel Leftwich 

1S75, Richard* 
Baxter 

1877, John A. 
Beach 

1890, Thornwell 
Beaird 

1873, Walter Meriwether* 
Beall 

1865, Alfred Battle 
Bealle 

1862, 



184s, 
1873- 
1898, 
1856, 
183s, 
i860, 



Benj. Fontaine* 
Estelle King 
John Richards* 
John Shepard 
Mabel Eloise 
Rezin Augustus* 
William Lambert* 
William Robert* 



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Beard 

1870, James Pickett 

1883, Robert Wesley 
1854, Thomas Jefferson 

Beasley 

1900, Cecil Acmond 

1885, Elijah Solomon 
Beatty 

1886, Thomas Lee 
1865, William Gibbs* 

Beck 

1845, Alfred* 
1836, Alfred Jack* 
1836, Franklin King* 

Beckett 

1853