Harvard Law School Alumni Roll 1832-1833

NOTE:—Unless otherwise stated, all degrees were of Harvard; each member graduated or left the School In the year In which his name appears, unless otherwise noted. Cities and Towns named are in Massachusetts unless otherwise noted.

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ANDREW, CHARLES AMBURGER; died Salem, June 16, 1843; admitted Suffolk bar, Apr. 5, 1839.

ANDREWS, BENJAMIN HALSEY A. B. 1830, LL.B. 1833; died Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 21 or 24, 1847.

APPLETON, MOSES LARK, A. B. Watervllle 1830; died Bangor, Me., Sept. 25 1859.

BARBÓUR, HORACE BETHUEL, A. B. Trinity 1830; died Vldalla, La.Nov. 12, 1840, aged 30 years, son of Horace Barbour.

BROWNE, JOHN WHITE, A. B. 1830, son of James and Lydia (Vincent) Browne, born Salem, Mar. 29, 1810; father eldest descendent of Elder John Browne, ruling elder of First Church of Mass. Bay Colony, at Salem; attended classical school and while in Coll. was close friend of Hon. Charles Sumner; studied law with Hon. Rufus Choate a year, and one year with Hon. Leverett Saltonstall, Salem ; admitted Essex county bar; practiced In Lynn, twelve years; member legislature, 1837; nominated by Whigs 1838 for State Senator against his wishes; Instantly killed at Bralntree, May 1, 1860, by falling from a moving train.

BRUNE, FREDERICK WILLIAM. A. B. 1831; died Baltimore, Md., July 18,1878.

BURRILL. WILLIAM HENRY, A. B. Watervllle, 1830; admitted bar, 1833; member Maine legislature. His birthplace was China, Me., Dec. 14, 1812; began practice 1833; July 1, 1837 appointed Register of Probate, at Belfast. Me.; 1839, appointed clerk of that city, serving until 1849 (except one year); was connected with Belfast Savings Bank; when Fort Sumter was fired upon, he advocated the Union cause ; was delegate to Charleston Convention; radical "Douglas Democrat;" 1872. member Me. assembly and alderman of Belfast. Had large shipping Interest along the New England coast; died Belfast, Me., Oct. 8, 1884.

DEVEREUX. NICHOLAS, A. B. 1829; died Somervllle. March 2. 1848.

DOGGETT. WILLIAM PALEY ; died Raynham, Nov. 25, 1836.

DURELL. EDWARD HENRY, A. B. 1831; died Scoharle, N. Y., March 29,1887.

DWIGHT, THOMAS, A. B. 1827 ; born Springfield, died Boston, Apr. 28, 1876 ;admitted to bar, Cambridge, Dec., 1832.

EAMES, CHARLES, A. B. 1831 : died Washington. D. C., March 16, 1867.

GODDARD, LEVI HART, A. B. Yale 1828; died Norwich, Conn., May 9,1862.

HALL, ALFRED, A. B. Washington (Conn.) 1828; died Portland. Conn., Sept. 10. 1873.

HILLIARD, GEORGE STILLMAN, A. B. 1828, LL.D. Trinity 1857; born Machias. Me., Sept. 22, 1808. son of John and Sarah (Stlllman) Hllliard, died Longwood. Jan. 21, 1879: admitted Common Pleas Court, Apr., 1833, Supreme Judicial Court, Apr. 3, 1835; editor of Christian Register and Jurist; representative, 1835. member Common Council, 1845-7, president the last two years; member Constitutional Convention, 1853; city solicitor, 1853-4: Ü. S. attorney. 1868-71; In latter year became senior member of Hllliard, Hyde & Dickinson ; trustee Boston Public Library, Apr.11, 1872, to Nov. 23, 1876: Boston Fourth of July orator, 1835. and ?hi Beta orator, 1843: married Susan Tracey, daughter of Judge Samuel Howe, of Northampton.

HOWE. URIAH TRACY: died Cambridge, Apr 9, 1888.

HUTCHINSON. THOMAS LEGER; died Charleston, S. C.. Aug. 18. 1883.

JONES. JOSEPH SEA WELL, LL.B. 1833: died Columbus. Miss., Feb. 20,1855.

KEITH. OWEN SOUTHWORTH. A. B. 1826; died New York. N. Y.. March 23, 1847.

MOORE. HENRY. LL.B. 18.43: died Concord. Sept. 14, 1844.

MOULTON. JOTHAM TILDEN. A. B. Bowdoln 1830; died In Chicago, 111., Dec. 29, 1881.

PAGE. JOHN HAM WILLIAMS. A. B. 1826; died Boston, June 14, 1865.

PAINE. HENRY WILLIAM. A. B. Watervllle 1830, LL.D. Colby 1852; born Wlnslow. Mo.. Aug. 30, 1810. son of Lemuel and Jane Thompson (Warren) Paine, died Cambridge. Dec. 26. 1893 ; admitted Kennebec county bar, 1834; practiced in Hallowell until 1854 when he became a member Suffolk bar and removed to Cambridge; In Maine Legislature, 1836-6-7 and 1853; county attorney five years; a seat on bench of Supreme Judicial Court both In Maine and Mass, might have been his but he preferred his chosen career, in which he was In the front rank ; married, May 1, 1837, Lucy E. Coffin, of Newburyport.

RAND. JOHN. A. B. Bowdoln 1831; died Portland, Me., Feb. 27, 1904.

ROBINSON. Chandler; born July 11. 1812: died Watervllle, Me.. July ft. 1848.

SHATTUCK. GEORGE CHEYNE. A. B, 1831 ; died Boston, March 22. 1893

STOCKBRIDGE, JOSEPH. A. B. Bowdoin 1830; died Philadelphia, Pa., Nov.16, 1894.

UPTON, WHEELOCK, SAMUEL; died Carrollton. La., Oct.. 18, 1860.

WADE, JOHN. A.B. Amherst 1830. LL.B 1834: died Baltimore Md., Oct. 20, 1854: admitted Suffolk bar, Oct., 1833.

WADSWORTH, WILLIAM WALCOTT ; died Geneseo, N. Y., July 22. 1852.

WALDRON. HENRY, A. B. Bowdoin 1830 ; died Brooklyn, N. Y., May 10, 1876.

WARD, JOSHUA HOLYOKE, A. B. 1829; born Salem, I809, died Salem, June ?, 1848; studied with Leverett Saltonstall; admitted Essex bar, 1832 ; appointed judge Common Pleas Court, 1844, held office until his death.

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ABBOT. CALEB FLETCHER. A. B. 1831 ; died Toledo, O., Apr. 24, 1855.

APPLETON, THOMAS GOLD, A. B. 1831; born Boston. Mch. 31, 1812, son of Nathan, died New York, N. Y., Apr. 17. 1884; admitted Suffolk bar, Oct.. 1838, but never practiced, devoting himself to literature and art of which he was a liberal patron, and himself author and artist.

BOOTT, FRANCIS. A. B. 1831 ; died Cambridge, March 1, 1904.

BRADLEY, CHARLES, A. B. 1831; died New York, N. Y., Nov. 24, 1884.

BRYANT, NAHUM FRANKLIN, classmate of Hon. Charles Sumner; son of Colonel Nathan Bryant; born Mar. 24, 1810, Salem; died Vernon, Vt.. Aug. 17, 1884.

BULKLEY. GEORGE ROSE, A. B. Washington Coll. (Conn.) 1833; died Hartford, Conn., Oct. 8, 1842.

CAMPBELL, JAMES GREGG, A. B. Washington Coll. (Conn.) 1830; died Nov. 9. 1868.

CHAPLIN, WILLIAM RICHARD THOMAS; died Baltimore, Md., Sept 18, 1840.

CHURCH. JOSEPH MAURAN. A. B. Brown Univ 1831; died New York, N. Y., May 3, 1859.

CHURCHILL, ASAPH, A. B. 1831; born Milton. Apr. 20, 1814, son of Asaph and Mary (Gardner) Churchill, and a descendant of John Churchill, who settled In Plymouth, 1643; died in Milton, Nov. 29, 1892; admitted Norfolk county bar, 1834; member of senate from Norfolk county, 1857; married (first), May 1. 1838, Mary Buckminster, daughter of Darius and Harriet (Buckminster) Brewer; (second), June 2, 1862, Mary Anne Ware, of Milton.


COOMBS, JOHN JAMES, LL.B. 1833; died Fort Miller, Gal.. , 1852.

CUSHING, EDMUND LAMBERT, A. B. 1827, LL.B. 1834; died Chariestown, N. H., June 3. 1883.

HINCKLEY. SAMUEL LYMAN. A. B. Williams Coll. 1830. LL.B. 1834; died Paris, France, Dec. 13, 1871.

JEWETT, DANIEL TARBOX, A. B. Columbia; died St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 7, 1906.

LANMAN, JAMES HENRY; died Middletown, Conn., Jan. 10, 1887; admitted, Mch. 6. 1844.

LINCOLN. DANIEL WALDO. A. B. 1831; died New London, Conn., July 1, I880.

McCOBB. JAMES THOMAS, A. B. Bowdoin 1829; died Portland. Me., Aug. 21, 1882.

McDONALD, ZANTZINGER, A.B. Jefferson 1832: died Pittsburgh, Pa., about 1840.

McKEAN, JOHN GEORGE, A.B. 1831: died Cambridge, Jan. 31, 1851; member of Suffolk bar, 1835.

MANSUR, JOSEPH WARREN, A.B. 1831: died Milton, Feb. 5, 1892.

PERRY, CHRISTOPHER GRANT, A.B. Brown 1830: died Philadelphia, Pa., Apr. 7, 1854.

PHILLIPS, WENDELL, A.B. 1831. LL B 1834: Born Boston, Nov. 29, 1811. son of John and Sally (Walley) Phillips: died Boston. Feb 2, 1884; admitted Middlesex bar, Sept., 1834: abandoned law and devoted himself to anti-slavery cause: when this was accomplished he lent his energies to other reforms and until his death advocated temperance, labor reform and woman suffrage: married Anne Terry Greene.

RAND, JOHN, A.B. BOWDOIN 1831; died Portland, Me., Feb. 27, 1904.

SCHROEDER, CHARLES FRANCIS: died New York, N.Y., Sept. 8, 1886.

SILSBEE, FRANCIS HENRY, A.B. 1831, died Salem, Nov. 19, 1848.

SMITH. ERASMUS PESHINE : Reporter Court of Appeals, N. Y., died Rochester, N. Y., Oct. 21, 1882.

STARK, JOHN, A. B. 1832; died Washington, D. C., May 14, 1849; admitted July 27, 1842.

TALLMAN. HENRY; died Bath, Me., May 4, 1885.

TOWNSEND, FREDERICK, A. B. Columbia 1832, son of Elihu and Elizabeth (Nevlns) Townsend, born May 27, 1815; died Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 9, 1883 ; noted author miscellaneous works, Including a set of eight volumes of dialogues between distinguished men of his time. The title was Musings of an Invalid; Fancies of a Man; Fun and Earnest; Clouds and Sunshine (1835); Letters from Rome (1854); Ghostly Colloques (D. Appleton & Co. 1856). Last year of his life he translated many Italian poems.

TOWNSEND, RUSSELL NEVINS, A. B. Columbia. 1832; son Ellhu Town- send of New Haven, Conn., and wife Elizabeth Nevins; born July 22, 1813; died aged twenty-four years, Oct. 22, 1837.

VINTON, FRANCIS, U. S. Mil. Acad. 1830; died Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 29, 1872.

WIGGIN. BENJAMIN; died Dorchester, July 9, 1880.

WINSLOW. EDWARD DAVIS. A. B. Washington (Conn.) 1830; died What- com. Wash., Apr. 23. 1881.

WORCESTER, FREDERICK AUGUSTUS, A.B. 1831; died Townsend, March 3, 1888.

WORCESTER, SAMUEL THOMAS, A. B. 1830; died Nashua, N. H., Dec. 6, 1882.

WRIGHT. FREDERICK. A. B. 1831, LL, B. 1834; died Manhattan, O., April 10, 1846; admitted Suffolk bar, Sept. 1. 1834.

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