Monday, April 6, 2020

1850-1875 Quarter Centennial of the McCollom Institute of Mont Vernon, New Hampshire - Annals, Marriages, Necrologies, etc.


1850-1875 program of the Alumni Banquet commemorating the quarter centennial of the McCollom Institute of Mont Vernon, New Hampshire, containing the program, speakers, Annals, Marriages and Necrologies.


The booklet measures approximately 9" by 6" and contains 48 numbered pages.  The covers have separated from the interior.  An alphabetical list of people mentioned in the booklet appears at the end of this post.

The McCollom Institute was founded as Appleton Academy in 1850 and changed its name in 1871 to reflect the support of George W. McCollom of New York City, who made substantial donations, including an endowment in memory of his late wife Mary Ann (Stevens) McCollum.  Both of them were born in or near Mont Vernon, New Hampshire.

The first of several pages of marriages from 1872 to 1875

The second of two pages of deaths from 1872 to 1875

If you have corrections or if you have information on any of the people mentioned in this post, please leave a comment or contact me directly.

People Mentioned in the Booklet
Notes:
  1. Many people are mentioned multiple times; some of those mentions have been consolidated into one entry
  2. Given names within a particular surname are not necessarily in alphabetical order

Wilton Cornet Band
AAdams, former student
John Adams, farmer at Littleton, Massachusetts; former student
L. B. Adams; member of one of the largest wool-houses in the country; former student
Miss Adams; former student; teacher at Manchester, New Hampshire
Miss Lottie Adams of New Boston
Adams; former student who died in the Civil War
Miss Hattie C. Adams of New Boston, New Hampshire; married former student Hamilton Campbell of New Boston, New Hampshire; at Goffstown, New Hampshire on December 3, 1873
Charles W. Adams, former student, of Detroit, Michigan; married Miss Jennie M. Brayton of Detroit, Michigan; at Detroit, on October 7, 1874
Rev. D. E. Adams of Wilton, New Hampshire - spoke at the 1875 Alumni Banquet - his remarks printed in the book
Henry N. Allen of Boston, Massachusetts; married former student Miss Cordelia M. J. Bragg of Boston, Massachusetts; at Boston on December 17, 1873
Prof. D. A. Anderson; former instructor and ninth Preceptor; now of the Collegiate Institute at Newton, New Jersey
Samuel Appleton, Esq. of Boston, Massachusetts - lauded at the 1875 Alumni Banquet for having made an early bequest to the new Appleton Academy's library
Miss Sarah J. Armstrong, former student, of Amherst, New Hampshire; married former student Frank E. Kendall of Mont Vernon, New Hampshire; on May 2, 1874 at Bedford, New Hampshire
BMiss Jennie S. Bailey, former student, of Dunbarton, New Hampshire; married Rufus Wheeler of Shelbee, Michigan; at Concord, New Hampshire, on March 25, 1874
Miss Lillia A. Baker of Concord, New Hampshire; married former student Lucien W. Farley of Concord, New Hampshire; at Concord on January 20, 1875
Miss Ruth A. Baldwin, aged 33 years 6 months. Died in Wilton, New Hampshire, on August 12, 1874. "After leaving Mont Vernon, she went to New London Institute, where she graduated. Miss B. was a fine scholar and had a beautiful character."
Rec. C. F. P. Bancroft, former instructor, fifth Principal; now head of Phillips Academy at Andover, Massachusetts; spoke at the 1875 Alumni Banquet
Mrs. A. Conant; sister of C. F. P. Bancroft and his one time assistant at the Academy
Miss Susie Bancroft; assisted Principal C. A. Towle
Mr. Bancroft, fifth Principal of the School - spoke at 1875 Alumni Banquet - remarks printed in the book
William Barrett, Esq. of Nashua, New Hampshire - gave a toast at the 1875 Alumni Banquet
Etta Bartlett of New York (Mrs. Loveridge)
Miss Emily L. Beard of Wilton, New Hampshire; married former student Nathan B. Boutwell of New York City; at Wilton, New Hampshire on May 12, 1874
Benton; former student who died in the Civil War
Rev. Augusta Berry, former instructor, fourth Principal 1855-1860; now pastor of the church in Pelham; spoke at the 1875 Alumni Banquet [remarks printed]
Blunt, former student
A. E. Blunt; a student from "a Southern home"
Boutwell, former student
B. J. Boutwell, attorney; former student
Nathan B. Boutwell, former student, of New York City; married Miss Emily L. Beard of Wilton, New Hampshire; at Wilton on May 12, 1874; Chief Marshal at the 1875 Alumni Banquet
Ramsey C. Boutwell of Hollis, New Hampshire; married former student Miss Belle L. Clark of Lyndeborough, New Hampshire; on November 2, 1872
Major Boutwell - sang at the 1875 Alumni Banquet
Bowers, former student
Miss Bradbury; assisted Rev. Augustus Berry
Fred H. Bradford, former student, of New Boston, New Hampshire; married former student Miss Allie I. Cross, both of New Boston; on January 1, 1873 at New Boston, New Hampshire
Nellie Bragg (Mrs. Hazelton)
Alonzo W. Bragg, former student, businessman at Boston, Massachusetts; married Mrs. Emma E. Lund of Revere, Massachusetts; at Revere on December 28, 1874
Miss Cordelia M. J. Bragg, former student, of Boston, Massachusetts; married Henry N. Allen of Boston, Massachusetts; at Boston on December 17, 1873
Mrs. Henrietta E. (Bragg) Dodge, aged 24 years, 6 months; wife of Charles B. Dodge; died in Milford, New Hampshire, on August 2, 1873
Miss Jennie M. Brayton of Detroit, Michigan; married former student Charles W. Adams of Detroit, Michigan; at Detroit on October 7, 1874
Miss Eugelia J. Brooks of Greenfield, New Hampshire; married former student David A. Stiles of Mont Vernon, New Hampshire; at Greenfield, New Hampshire, on November 27, 1873
Charles O. Brooks of Stoddard, New Hampshire; married former student Miss Martha J. Brown of Mont Vernon, New Hampshire; at Boston, Massachusetts, on September 23, 1874
Miss Sadie E. Brown of Laconia, New Hampshire; married former student Charles A. Miller; in East Holliston, Massachusetts, on January 1, 1872
Miss Martha J. Brown, former student, of Mont Vernon, New Hampshire; married Charles O. Brooks of Stoddard, New Hampshire; at Boston, Massachusetts, on September 23, 1874
Miss Mina Brown, former student, of Mont Vernon, New Hampshire; married Edward A. Butler of Mont Vernon, New Hampshire; at Wilton, New Hampshire, on January 19, 1875
Nathaniel Bruce, Esq; founding trustee of Appleton Academy, now McCollom Institute
John Bruce, Esq.; founding trustee of Appleton Academy, now McCollom Institute
James Bruce; founding trustee of Appleton Academy, now McCollom Institute
George A. Bruce, attorney in Boston, Massachusetts; former student. Went to War a Lt.; returned a Lt. Colonel; Toastmaster at the 1875 Alumni Banquet
Mrs. Laura (French) Bryant; died in October 1872 at Merrimack, New Hampshire
Fannie Burnham of Dunbarton
Mary Burnham of Dunbarton
Joe Burnham, former student, of Dunbarton, New Hampshire; married former student Miss Mary E. Cilley of Andover, New Hampshire; at Memphis, Tennessee on December 13, 1873
George S. Buss of Wilton, New Hampshire; married former student Miss Olive T. Giles of Wilton, New Hampshire; at Wilton on May 25, 1875
Edward A. Butler of Mont Vernon, New Hampshire; married former student Miss Mina Brown of Mont Vernon, New Hampshire; at Wilton, New Hampshire, on January 19, 1875
Buzell, former student
CHamilton Campbell, former student, of New Boston, New Hampshire; married Miss Hattie C. Adams, of New Boston, New Hampshire; at Goffstown, New Hampshire, on December 3, 1873
Mrs. Mary L. (Christy - other records show Cristy) Marden, wife of Rev. Henry Marden, of the Central Turkey Mission, aged 35 years, 4 months. Died in Aintab, Turkey on October 1, 1874. "Mrs. M. was a native of New Boston, New Hampshire. She was married September 10th 1869, and sailed the next day for her foreign home on a mission of love to the benighted heathen. She was very devoted to the cause of Christ, and her early death was sadly felt by those to whom she devoted her life, as well as by those had left in her native country. She left two children to mourn the loss of a mother's love."
Miss Mary E. Cilley of Andover, New Hampshire; married former student Joe Burnham of Dunbarton, New Hampshire; at Memphis, Tennessee on December 13, 1873
Rev. F. G. Clark, former student, of Rindge, New Hampshire; gave the prayer at the 1875 Alumni Banquet; clergyman in Rindge, New Hampshire
William Clark, former student; lawyer in Minnesota
Miss Belle L. Clark, former student, of Lyndeborough, New Hampshire; married Ramsey C. Boutwell of Hollis, New Hampshire; on November 2, 1872
Rev. F. G. Clark of Ringe, New Hampshire - spoke at the 1875 Alumni Banquet
Hon. L. B. Clough, an attorney at Manchester, New Hampshire; taught the very first term at Appleton Academy in the fall of 1850; gave remarks at the 1875 Alumni Banquet on his term as first Principal of Appleton Academy
Thomas Cloutman; founding trustee of Appleton Academy, now McCollom Institute
Coburn, former student; Springfield High School
Mrs. Lizzie S. (Wallace) Coburn, aged 35 years; died in Hamilton, Ontario on April 21, 1874
Rev. John Colby, assisted George Stevens in 1852
John F. Colby, Esq. of Boston - spoke at the 1875 Alumni Banquet - remarks printed in the book
William H. Conant; Committee of Arrangements; elected to a committee to make arrangements for the next triennial meeting; lauded at the 1875 Alumni Banquet for his purchase with Albert Conant of a boarding house they offered at cost to the Institute; brought news of Massachusetts men slain in Baltimore in April 1861
Deacon William Conant; founding trustee of Appleton Academy, now McCollom Institute
Albert Conant; A. Conant & Co. of Boston, Massachusetts; former student; lauded at the 1875 Alumni Banquet for his purchase with William H. Conant of a boarding house they offered at cost to the Institute
Charles E. Conant; A. Conant & Co. of Boston, Massachusetts; former student
H. P. Conant; A. Conant & Co. of Boston, Massachusetts; former student
W. S. Conant; Conant & Campbell of New York; former student
Mrs. A. Conant; sister of C. F. P. Bancroft and his one time assistant at the Academy
Miss Martha E. Conant of Mont Vernon, New Hampshire; instructor; assisted Principal C. A. Towle
Fanny Conant (Mrs. Kendall)
Mary Cristy, former student; became wife of Rev. Henry Marden, missionary in Turkey
Miss Melvina A. Cristy, former student, of New Boston, New Hampshire; married Olliver B. Pattee of Francestown, New Hampshire; at New Boston, New Hampshire, on March 15, 1873
Miss Allie I. Cross, former student, of New Boston, New Hampshire; married former student Fred H. Bradford, both of New Boston; on January 1, 1873 at New Boston, New Hampshire
Nathan W. Cutter, former student, of Bedford, New Hampshire; married Miss Frank L. French of Milford; on June 4, 1873
Miss Sallie A. Cutter of Hollis, New Hampshire; married former student Ralph E. Tenney of Manchester, New Hampshire; at Hollis, New Hampshire, on October 30, 1873
Miss Mary C. Cutter of Hollis, New Hampshire; married former student Wellington A. Hardy of New York City; at Hollis, New Hampshire, on December 9, 1874
DDr. S. G. Dearborn; founding trustee of Appleton Academy, now McCollom Institute; secretary of the trustees
Miss Emily F. Dodge, former student, of Lawrence, Massachusetts; married Thomas Simpson of Lawrence, Massachusetts; at Lawrence on October 21, 1874
Mrs. Henrietta E. (Bragg) Dodge, aged 24 years, 6 months; wife of Charles B. Dodge; died in Milford, New Hampshire, on August 2, 1873
Earnest Dodge of New Boston, New Hampshire; aged 25 years; died in Andover, Massachusetts on November 3, 1873
Stephen H. Dunbar of Wilton; married former student Miss Sarah E. Richardson of Lyndeborough, New Hampshire; at Mont Vernon, New Hampshire, on May 21, 1874
EJoseph Eddy of Nashua, New Hampshire; aged 21 years; died in Waldo, Florida on April 15, 1874
Frank P. Elliott of Milford, New Hampshire; married former student Miss Susie Richardson of Mont Vernon, New Hampshire; at Milford, New Hampshire, on February 13, 1875
Emerson, former student
George B. Estey, former student, of Merrimack, New Hampshire; married Miss Addie S. Fitts of Merrimack, New Hampshire; at Amherst, New Hampshire, on April 13, 1875
Emery F. Evans of Green River, Vermont, former student; married former student Miss Mary L. Jameson of Dunbarton, New Hampshire; on October 16, 1873 at Dunbarton
FLucien W. Farley, former student, of Concord, New Hampshire; married Miss Lillia A. Baker of Concord, New Hampshire; at Concord on January 20, 1875
George E. Farley, former student, of Nashua, New Hampshire; married Miss Lizzie M. Harmon of Nashua, New Hampshire; at Nashua on May 20, 1875
Russell Farmington of East Livermore, Maine; married former student Miss Nancy M. Smith of Lowell, Massachusetts; at Lowell on August 5, 1873
Miss Jennie E. Fifield of Milford, New Hampshire; married former student Charles F. Ober of Orange, New Jersey; at Milford, New Hampshire, on June 23, 1875
George Fiske, former student, of San Francisco, California; married Miss Mira F. Morrill of San Jose, California; at San Jose, on April 16, 1873
Miss Addie S. Fitts of Merrimack, New Hampshire; married former student George B. Estey of Merrimack, New Hampshire; at Amherst, New Hampshire, on April 13, 1875
Miss Jennie S. Forsaith, former student, of Deering [presumably Deering, New Hampshire or the Deering that is now part of Portland, Maine]; married Russell T. Noyes of Northfield, New Hampshire; on January 14, 1874
Edward Foster of Haverhill, Massachusetts; married former student Miss Addie F. Jenkins of Mont Vernon, New Hampshire; at Mont Vernon on November 26, 1874
Edward O. Fowler of Boston, Massachusetts; married former student Miss Helen Fuller of Hancock, New Hampshire; at Hancock on February 2, 1875
Miss Mary A. French, former student, of Milford, New Hampshire; married former student James A. Parker of Cambridgeport; on December 11, 1873 at Woburn, Massachusetts
Miss Frank L. French of Milford; married former student Nathan W. Cutter of Bedford, New Hampshire; on June 4, 1873
Clinton French, former student, of Bedford, New Hampshire; married Miss Claribell H. French of Canaan, New Hampshire; at Bedford, New Hampshire, on October 15, 1873
Miss Claribell H. French of Canaan, New Hampshire; married former student Clinton French of Bedford, New Hampshire; at Bedford on October 15, 1873
Mrs. Laura (French) Bryant; died in October 1872 at Merrimack, New Hampshire
Miss Helen Fuller, former student, of Hancock, New Hampshire; married Edward O. Fowler of Boston, Massachusetts; at Hancock, New Hampshire, on February 2, 1875
GH. P. Gage; teacher in Boston, Massachusetts; former student
Georgia Giles of Wilton; deceased
Agnes Giles (Mrs. Spring)
Miss Olive T. Giles, former student, of Wilton, New Hampshire; married George S. Buss of Wilton, New Hampshire; at Wilton on May 25, 1875
Albert A. Gilson, former student, of Milford, New Hampshire; married Miss Hattie E. Hyde of Boston, Massachusetts; at Boston on September 29, 1874
Miss Mary McIntire (now Mrs. Gleason); assisted Principal Anderson
J. M. Gleason of Mont Vernon, New Hampshire; married former student Miss Mary C. McIntire of Lyndeborough, New Hampshire; at Milford, New Hampshire, on June 9, 1874
A. M. Goodspeed, former student now teaching in Falmouth
William Grafton of Milford, New Hampshire; married former student Miss Frank L. McQuestion of Mont Vernon, New Hampshire; on May 3, 1873
HElbridge D. Hadley, attorney; former student
Darius Hadley; teacher in Boston, Massachusetts; former student
Miss Lucinda L. Hadley, former student, of Goffstown, New Hampshire; married Wilberforce Ireland of Manchester, New Hampshire; at Goffstown, New Hampshire, on July 19, 1874
Miss Nellie A. Hale, former student, of Hollis, New Hampshire; married William D. Trow of Nashua, New Hampshire; at Hollis, New Hampshire, on June 26, 1873
Mrs. Georgie A. Hall, former student, of Milford, New Hampshire; married Jacob Nichols of Milford, New Hampshire; at Milford on September 24, 1872
Hanson; more than one of that surname; former students
Henry J. Hardy, attorney; former student
Wellington A. Hardy, former student, attorney in New York City; married Miss Mary C. Cutter of Hollis, New Hampshire; at Hollis on December 9, 1874
George H. Hardy, former student, of Nashua, New Hampshire; married Miss Delia H. Wheeler of Nashua, New Hampshire; at Manchester, New Hampshire, on June 14, 1875
Miss Lizzie M. Harmon of Nashua, New Hampshire; married former student George E. Farley of Nashua, New Hampshire; at Nashua on May 20, 1875
Rev. V. J. Hartshorne of Hyannis, Massachusetts; former student; spoke at the 1875 Alumni Banquet - his remarks printed in the book
Nellie Bragg (Mrs. Hazelton)
Miss Laura G. Hill of Francestown, New Hampshire; married former student Rodney H. Wilder of Peterborough, New Hampshire; at Francestown, New Hampshire, on March 6, 1873
Eugene A. Holt of Lyndeborough, New Hampshire; married former student Miss Lizzie M. King of New Boston, New Hampshire; at New Boston, on May 11, 1875
Miss Addie M. Holt, age 26 years, 11 months; died on July 30, 1873 in Amherst, New Hampshire
S. A. Holton, former student now teaching in Haydenville, Massachusetts
Charles F. Hopkins - presented the last toast at the 1875 Alumni Banquet - his remarks paraphrased in the book
Charles R. Howard, former student, of Milford, New Hampshire; married Miss Emma F. Wallingford of Milford, New Hampshire; at Milford on November 27, 1873
Frank A. Hoyt of Grafton, New Hampshire; aged 16 years 7 months. Died September 30, 1874 at Phillips, Exeter, New Hampshire.
Prof. Lucien Hunt, now of Falmouth, Massachusetts; eighth Principal; spoke at the 1875 Alumni Banquet
Hutchinson - more than one former student with this surname
Jonas Hutchinson, former student; lawyer in Chicago, Illinois
Hutchinson; former student who died in the Civil War
Miss Hattie E. Hyde of Boston, Massachusetts; married former student Albert A. Gilson of Milford, New Hampshire; at Boston, Massachusetts, on September 29, 1874
ILucien Ingalls, M.D., former student, of Falmouth, Maine; married Miss Jennie A. Parker of Merrimack, New Hampshire; at Merrimack, on July 2, 1873
Wilberforce Ireland of Manchester, New Hampshire; married former student Miss Lucinda L. Hadley of Goffstown, New Hampshire; at Goffstown on July 19, 1874
JMiss Mary L. Jameson, former student, of Dunbarton, New Hampshire; married former student Emery F. Evans of Green River, Vermont; on October 16, 1873 at Dunbarton, New Hampshire
Miss Mary A. Jameson, former student, of Dunbarton, New Hampshire; married Ansil Marshall of Dunbarton, New Hampshire; at Dunbarton on October 29, 1874
Mrs. Abby Jaquith; assisted George Stevens in 1852
Miss Addie F. Jenkins, former student, of Mont Vernon, New Hampshire; married Edward Foster of Haverhill, Massachusetts; at Mont Vernon on November 26, 1874
KRev. Dr. Keeler of Mont Vernon; welcome the Alumni to the 1875 Alumni Banquet
Fanny Conant (Mrs. Kendall)
Frank E. Kendall, former student, of Mont Vernon, New Hampshire; married former student Miss Sarah J. Armstrong of Amherst, New Hampshire; on May 2, 1874 at Bedford, New Hampshire
Albert Kidder; died September 24, 1872 in Lyndeborough, New Hampshire
Rev. Fenner E. King; third Preceptor of Appleton Academy, 1854
Mrs. King; assisted Rev. Fenner in 1854
Miss Lizzie M. King, former student, of New Boston, New Hampshire; married Eugene A. Holt of Lyndeborough, New Hampshire; at New Boston, New Hampshire, on May 11, 1875
F. O. Kittredge; founding trustee of Appleton Academy, now McCollom Institute
Capt. Kittredge - came with his oxen to break ground for the foundation
Charles F. Kittredge, former student; lawyer in Boston, Massachusetts; married Miss Addie L. Lee of Groton, Massachusetts; at Groton on September 24, 1872
C. M. Kittredge, former student; physician in Fishkill on the Hudson, in New York
Miss Fannie Kittredge, former student; became wife of Prof. Bancroft of Andover
D. E. Kittredge, attorney; former student
Harry G. Kittredge, former student, of Lowell, Massachusetts; married Miss Julia A. Moore of Chester, Vermont; at Chester on February 18, 1875
C. M. Kittredge, M.D., of Fishkill-on-Hudson - spoke at the 1875 Alumni Banquet - remarks printed in the book; sang at the 1875 Alumni Banquet
LMiss Ida H. Lamson, former student, of Mont Vernon, New Hampshire; married L. W. Perham of Wilton, New Hampshire; at Wilton on December 30, 1874
Miss Addie L. Lee of Groton, Massachusetts; married former student Charles F. Kittredge of Boston, Massachusetts; at Groton, Massachusetts, on September 24, 1872
Livermore; former student; lawyer in Boston, Massachusetts
Thomas S. Lord, former student, of Dunbarton, New Hampshire; married Miss Lizzie S. Wilson of New Boston, New Hampshire; married at New Boston on November 12, 1872
Etta Bartlett of New York (Mrs. Loveridge)
Mrs. Emma E. Lund of Revere, Massachusetts; married former student Alonzo W. Bragg of Boston, Massachusetts; at Revere, Massachusetts, on December 28, 1874
MEdwin A. Marble, age 30; died October 26, 1872 in Mont Vernon, New Hampshire
Henry Marden; former student; Rev. Henry Marden, missionary in Turkey; spoke at the 1875 Alumni Banquet - his remarks, including about the death of his wife, are printed in the book
Miss Kate H. Marden, former student, of Lowell, Massachusetts; married Samuel Sewall, Jr., of Lowell, Massachusetts; at Lowell on November 27, 1873
Mrs. Mary L. (Christy - other records show Cristy) Marden, wife of Rev. Henry Marden, of the Central Turkey Mission, aged 35 years, 4 months. Died in Aintab, Turkey on October 1, 1874. "Mrs. M. was a native of New Boston, New Hampshire. She was married September 10th 1869, and sailed the next day for her foreign home on a mission of love to the benighted heathen. She was very devoted to the cause of Christ, and her early death was sadly felt by those to whom she devoted her life, as well as by those had left in her native country. She left two children to mourn the loss of a mother's love."
George A. Marden, Esq. of Lowell, Massachusetts former student and instructor - spoke at the 1875 Alumni Banquet - his remarks printed in the book; elected to a committee to make arrangements for the next triennial meeting
Ansil Marshall of Dunbarton, New Hampshire; married former student Miss Mary A. Jameson of Dunbarton, New Hampshire; at Dunbarton on October 29, 1874
Fanny McCollom (Mrs. Starrett)
George W. McCollom of New York City; special appearance; founder and first Principal of the McCollom Institute; lauded at the 1875 Alumni Banquet for his endowment to the Institute in memory of his late wife
Mary Ann S. McCollom, wife of George W. McCollom who created an endowment in her memory
J. T. McCollom - elected to a committee to make arrangements for the next triennial meeting
Miss Mary McIntire (now Mrs. Gleason); assisted Principal Anderson
Miss Mary C. McIntire, former student, of Lyndeborough, New Hampshire; married J. M. Gleason of Mont Vernon, New Hampshire; at Milford, New Hampshire on June 9, 1874
Miss Frank L. McQuestion, former student, of Mont Vernon, New Hampshire; married William Grafton of Milford, New Hampshire; on May 3, 1873
Mary Miller of Salem
Charles A. Miller, former student; married Miss Sadie E. Brown of Laconia, New Hampshire; at East Holliston, Massachusetts, on January 1, 1872
John P. Mills, attorney; former student
Miss Julia A. Moore of Chester, Vermont; married former student Harry G. Kittredge of Lowell, Massachusetts; at Chester, Vermont, on February 18, 1875
Morrill, former student
Miss Mira F. Morrill of San Jose, California; married former student George Fiske of San Francisco, California; at San Jose, California, on April 16, 1873
James B. Moulton, aged 17 years 10 months. Died in Taberg, New York on November 3, 1874. "While at Mont Vernon, Moulton was a roommate and an intimate friend of young Hoyt. They were nearly the same age, and died about the same time; both giving up bright prospects for the future in the vigor of youth."
NMiss Neilson; assisted Rev. Fenner in 1854
Mary Neville of Francestown - Mrs. Prof. Vose), since deceased
Mrs. Mary (Neville) Vose, wife of Prof. James E. Vose, Principal of Francestown Academy; aged 28 years. Died in Francestown, New Hampshire, on January 6, 1875. "Mrs. Vose first taught school at Northwood Academy, and was afterwards Preceptress of Peterboro' Academy, Albany Seminary, Kansas, and lastly of Francestown Academy."
Jacob Nichols of Milford, New Hampshire; married former student Mrs. George A. Hall of Milford, New Hampshire; at Milford on September 24, 1872
Russell T. Noyes of Northfield, New Hampshire; married former student Miss Jennie S. Forsaith of Deering [presumably Deering, New Hampshire or the Deering that is now part of Portland, Maine]; on January 14, 1874
OCharles F. Ober, former student, of Orange, New Jersey; married Miss Jennie E. Fifield of Milford, New Hampshire; at Milford on June 23, 1875
John Odronaux, assistant instructor in the Fall 1850 term at Appleton Academy
PMiss Jennie L. Page of Manchester, New Hampshire; married former student Newton H. Wilson of Manchester, New Hampshire; at Manchester on December 25, 1872
Col. Frank W. Parker of Quincy, Massachusetts; gave the address
Edward E. Parker, Esq., attorney at Nashua, New Hampshire, former student; wrote the poem for the 1875 Alumni Banquet
James A. Parker, former student, of Cambridgeport; married former student Miss Mary A. French of Milford, New Hampshire; on December 11, 1873 at Woburn, Massachusetts
Miss Jennie A. Parker of Merrimack, New Hampshire; married former student Lucien Ingalls, M.D. of Falmouth, Maine; at Merrimack, New Hampshire, on July 2, 1873
Miss Sarah E. Parker of Peterborough, New Hampshire; married former student Alfred B. Spalding of Boston, Massachusetts; at Peterborough, New Hampshire, on November 27, 1873
Olliver B. Pattee of Francestown, New Hampshire; married former student Miss Melvina A. Cristy of New Boston, New Hampshire; at New Boston on March 15, 1873
L. W. Perham of Wilton, New Hampshire; married former student Miss Ida H. Lamson of Mont Vernon, New Hampshire; at Wilton, New Hampshire on December 30, 1874
Perkins; surname of several former female students, two of whom since deceased.
Mrs. Laura (Richardson) Perkins, age 30 years, wife of John T. Perkins; died at Mont Vernon, New Hampshire; on January 19, 1873
Miss Potter; former student; teacher in Boston, Massachusetts
George W. Putnam of Amherst - representing the graduating class - spoke at the 1875 Alumni Banquet - his remarks paraphrased in the book
RGeorge A. Ramsdell, Esq. of Nashua, New Hampshire; President; welcome address
Nellie Richardson
A. M. Richardson of Milford; former student who fitted for Harvard College
Miss Sarah E. Richardson, former student, of Lyndeborough, New Hampshire; married Stephen H. Dunbar of Wilton; at Mont Vernon, New Hampshire, on May 21, 1874
Miss Susie Richardson, former student, of Mont Vernon, New Hampshire; married Frank P. Elliott of Milford, New Hampshire; at Milford on February 13, 1875
Mrs. Laura (Richardson) Perkins, age 30 years, wife of John T. Perkins; died at Mont Vernon, New Hampshire; on January 19, 1873
T. L. Rogers, former student surveying for the railroad in Minnesota
Ella Russell (Mrs. C. F. Stinson)
SMiss Nellie C. Sawtelle, former student; teacher in Boston, Massachusetts
Samuel Sewall, Jr., of Lowell, Massachusetts; married former student Miss Kate H. Marden of Lowell, Massachusetts; at Lowell on November 27, 1873
Mrs. Emily (Dodge) Simpso of Lawrence; wrote the Ode for the 1875 Alumni Banquet
Thomas Simpson of Lawrence, Massachusetts; married former student Miss Emily F. Dodge of Lawrence, Massachusetts; at Lawrence on October 21, 1874
H. Porter Smith of Boston, Massachusetts; wrote the annals and the Necrology and Matrimonial Records; Secretary of the Alumni
Dr. J. V. Smith, now of Maine; seventh Principal
Miss Nancey M. Smith, former student, of Lowell, Massachusetts; married Russell Farmington of East Livermore, Maine; at Lowell, Massachusetts, on August 5, 1873
Rev. Bezaleel Smith of West Hartford, Vermont - spoke at the 1875 Alumni Banquet - his remarks printed in the book
Miss Emily Snow; assisted Rev. Augustus Berry
Henry E. Spalding; physician; former student
Alfred B. Spalding, former student, of Boston, Massachusetts; married Miss Sarah E. Parker of Peterborough, New Hampshire; at Peterborough on November 27, 1873
Agnes Giles (Mrs. Spring)
Deacon J. A. Starrett; founding trustee of Appleton Academy, now McCollom Institute
Fanny McCollom (Mrs. Starrett)
George Stevens, attorney of Lowell, Massachusetts; instructor in the Fall of 1851; his July 16, 1875 letter was read at the 1875 Alumni Banquet - letter printed in the book
Mrs. Stevens, wife of George Stevens, early instructor at Appleton Academy; she assisted at the Academy
Miss Mary A. A. Stevens, former student, of Mont Vernon, New Hampshire; married Charles F. Wilkins of Omaha, Nebraska; at Mont Vernon, New Hampshire, on June 22, 1875
Stewart, former student
David A. Stiles, former student, of Mont Vernon, New Hampshire; married Miss Eugelia J. Brooks of Greenfield, New Hampshire; at Greenfield on November 27, 1873
Miss Sarah A. Stinson; instructor
Ella Russell (Mrs. C. F. Stinson)
C. F. Stinson, attorney; former student
Miss Nellie M. Woods, former student of Hollis, New Hampshire, former student who pursued Greek and Latin; married former student Henry T. Stinson of Boston, Massachusetts; on September 24, 1874 at Hollis, New Hampshire
Henry T. Stinson, former student, of Boston, Massachusetts; married former student Miss Nellie M. Woods of Hollis, New Hampshire; on September 24, 1874 at Hollis; now of Winchester, Massachusetts; compiled the Marriage Record
Miss Mary A. Stinson, aged 37 years; died in Mont Vernon, New Hampshire, on July 14, 1875
TRalph E. Tenney, former student, of Manchester, New Hampshire; married Miss Sallie A. Cutter of Hollis, New Hampshire; at Hollis on October 30, 1873
Thorndike, former student
Thomas Todd, Printer, 1 Somerset Street, Boston, 1875, the printer of the book
Prof. George W. Todd, tenth and present Principal, from 1871; Committee of Arrangements for the 1875 Alumni Banquet; spoke at the 1875 Alumni Banquet - his remarks printed in the book
C. A. Towle, sixth Principal; now a minister in South Chicago, Illinois; his July 16, 1875 letter was read at the 1875 Alumni Banquet - letter printed in the book
W. H. Towne, attorney; former student
William D. Trow of Nashua, New Hampshire; married former student Miss Nellie A. Hale of Hollis, New Hampshire; at Hollis, on June 26, 1873
UUpton; former student who died in the Civil War
VVent, former student; now at the head of a publishing house in Cincinnati
Mrs. Mary (Neville) Vose, wife of Prof. James E. Vose, Principal of Francestown Academy; aged 28 years. Died in Francestown, New Hampshire, on January 6, 1875. "Mrs. Vose first taught school at Northwood Academy, and was afterwards Preceptress of Peterboro' Academy, Albany Seminary, Kansas, and lastly of Francestown Academy."
WMrs. Lizzie S. (Wallace) Coburn, aged 35 years; died in Hamilton, Ontario on April 21, 1874
Miss Emma F. Wallingford of Milford, New Hampshire; married former student Charles R. Howard of Milford, New Hampshire; at Milford on November 27, 1873
Irving A. Watson; book owner, whose name is inscribed on an end paper
George Webster; a farm boy who was one of the early students, then attended Dartmouth; became second Principal at Appleton Academy
Wheeler, former student
Miss Delia H. Wheeler of Nashua, New Hampshire; married former student George H. Hardy of Nashua, New Hampshire; at Manchester, New Hampshire, on June 14, 1875
Rufus Wheeler of Shelbee, Michigan; married former student Miss Jennie S. Bailey of Dunbarton, New Hampshire; at Concord, New Hampshire, on March 25, 1874
Martha R. Wilder of Peterborough
Rodney H. Wilder, former student, of Peterborough, New Hampshire; married Miss Laura G. Hill of Francestown, New Hampshire; married at Francestown on March 6, 1873
Charles F. Wilkins of Omaha, Nebraska; married former student Miss Mary A. A. Stevens of Mont Vernon, New Hampshire; at Mont Vernon on June 22, 1875
Miss Lizzie S. Wilson of New Boston, New Hampshire; married former student Thomas S. Lord of Dunbarton, New Hampshire; married at New Boston, New Hampshire, on November 12, 1872
Newton H. Wilson, former student, of Manchester, New Hampshire; married Miss Jennie L. Page of Manchester, New Hampshire; at Manchester, New Hampshire, on December 25, 1872
Woodbury; former student who died in the Civil War
Miss Nellie M. Woods, former student of Hollis, New Hampshire, former student who pursued Greek and Latin; married former student Henry T. Stinson of Boston, Massachusetts; on September 24, 1874 at Hollis, New Hampshire

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