1865-6, Taught Latin and Greek in Jonesville Academy, New York.
1866-7, Taught Mathematics and Natural Science in Drew Female Seminary,
1867-9, Studied in Union Theological Seminary, New York, N.Y.
1869, B.D. from same. During the course engaged in mission work in New
1869, Joined the New York East Conference. Appointments: 1869-71,
Parkville, L.I.; 1872, Norwark, Conn., Third Church; 1873-4, Bridgehampton, L.I.;
1875-6, Litchfield, Conn.; 18779, Mianus; 1880-2, New Canaan; 1884, Greenport,
L.I.; 1884, Port Jefferson; 1885-6, Essex, Conn.; 1887-8, Windsor; 1889-90,
Middlebury; 1891, Kensington; 1892-1900, supernumerary; 1901, superannuated.
In 1871 traveled in Europe three months with brother, Albert S.
In 1892 took supernumerary relation, with impaired health. Accepted
work as Field Secretary of the Prohibition State Committee of Connecticut.
Settled in New Britain, Conn.
1895, Agent for Standard Dictionary, Total Abstinence Life Insurance;
Treasurer and Manager of New Britain Branch of Hartford Building and Loan
1903, Superannuate; relinquished Conference claim permanently.
Interested in the promotion and management of sundry companies - railway,
tunnel, power, mining.
Married, June 25, 1873, Miss Edith E. Wooster, of Bridgeport, Conn.
Died in 1882.
Married, April 27, 1887, Mrs. Martha A. Abbott, of West Winsted, Conn., widow
of Prof. Larmon R. Abbott (Wesleyan, Class of '66).
Children: Carleton Augustus, born Oct. 15, 1875 (Wesleyan, Class of
'98), now with Edison Electric Illuminating Company, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Bertha Emily, born March 2, 1877 (Baltimore Female College, Class of '99);
now teaching at New Britain, Conn.
Address: New Britain, Conn.
Source: History of Class
of 1865 Wesleyan University, Fortieth Reunion, Middletown
Connecticut, June 27, 1905.