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STRICKLER, HARVEY, STUMPF, MRS. D. B., SUTHERLAND, MRs. Q. 0., TALBOT, Mrs. I. T., TALCOTT, MRS. SELDEN H., THACKER, WILLIAM, THATCHER, Mrs. KATE E., Titus, MRS. G. P., TROYER, M. S., VAN NORMAN, Mrs. E. V., . VAN NORMAN, Miss GERTRUDE, VAN NORMAN, WM. V., VAN NORMAN, Mrs. H. B., . WAIT, OLIVER B., WALKER, Miss, WALKER, MRS. J. M., WALKER, MRS. GRACE, WALLS, C. B., WARD, MRS. M. L., WARREN, MRS. L. E., WATERS, MRS. L. P., WATERS, MRS. M. H., WATTS, MRS. WM. W., . WEBB, MRS. W. B., WEBSTER, WM. H., WEBSTER, Mrs. WM., WELKER, MRS. J. M., WHIPPLE, MRs. LYDIA E., WHITE, MRS. H. I., WHITE, John T., . WHITE, Mrs. Theo. C., WHITEHEAD, MISS NELLIE E., WHITTIER, MRS. D. B., WILDER, GEORGE. WILLARD, Miss A. R., . WILLARD, Mrs. L, H., Wilson, Miss MIRIAM, WOODBURY, E. I., WORTHINGTON, G. H., WORTHINGTON, JAMES, WRIGLEY, CHARLES, YODER, Mrs. DANIEL, YOUNG, CLARENCE E., YOUNG, S. E.. YOUNGMAN, Mrs. M. D., YOUNGMAN, THOMAS, .
Physicians in attendance, Visitors,
Chicago, Ill. Buffalo, N. Y. Janesville. Wis.
Boston, Mass. Middletown, N. Y. Bristow, England. Wauregan, Mo.
Chicago, Ill. Vermont, Ind. San Diego, Cal. San Diego, Cal. San Diego, Cal. Cleveland, Ohio. New York, N. Y.
Denver, Col. Denver, Col. Chicago, III.
Chicago, Illi. Danbury, Conn.
Chicago, III. Terre Haute, Ind. Terre Haute, Ind.
Toledo, Ohio. Beaver Dam, Wis.
Dayton, Ohio. Washington, III.
Quincy. Ill. Allegheny City, Pa. Salt Lake City, Utah.
Rochester, N. Y.
Topeka, Kan. Fitchburg Mass.
Chicago, Ill. Allegheny City, Pa. Allegheny City, Pa.
Chicago, III. Council Bluffs, Iowa.
Chicago, Ill. Philadelphia, Pa.
Catasauqua, Pa. Georgetown, Ky. Fort William, Ont. Atlantic City, N. J. Atlantic City, N. J.
Memorial Notices of Deceased Members.
HENRY ADAMS, M.D.
Was the son of Dr. Peter C. Adams. He was born in Coxsackie, N. Y., July 6, 1787. He studied medicine with his father; admitted to practice in his twenty-first year; appointed surgeon in the army during the war of 1812 and stationed at Sackett's Harbor, where he remained in practice until 1848, when he removed to Albany. He had adopted the Homeopathic practice prior to settling in Albany. In 1850 he removed to Cohoes, N. Y., where he died, on his seventieth birthday, July 6, 1857. A sketch of his life, published in the TRANSACTIONS for 1876 (vol. 2, page 460) gives the above data.
Dr. Adams's name is published in the list of members of the Institute, in 1845, as living at Coxsackie; in 1852, at Glen's Falls, the following year at Cohoes. In the list of 1858, the name is preceded by an asterisk, signifying deceased, and it also appears among the "deceased members,” in 1867 (page 156) withont any date.
JAMES HART ALLEN, M.D.
Was the son of Stephen Allen, a prominent merchant, and former mayor of New York. Dr. Allen graduated from the College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, in 1844, and joined the Institute in 1848. He was known as a prominent practitioner, and was one of the founders of the first homeopathic dispensary. He died in August, 1858, leaving a widow, since deceased, and a daughter.
SAMUEL ALVORD, M.D.
The only child of Sewell and Jennie Alvord, was born at West Springfield, Mass., February 5,1812. He obtained a good academic education by earning money as a school teacher himself, which he continued till nearly thirty years of age—the last twelve as Principal of the Chicopee Falls High School. He then took up the study of medicine, and attended lectures at the Berkshire Medical College, at Pittsfield. Through his acquaintance with Dr. George W. Swazey, he took up the practice of Homeopathy, and was the pioneer of our school at Chicopee Falls, where he had made his home. He attended lectures at the New York Homeopathic College, and graduated from it in 1866. In 1868 he joined the Institute. He died at his home, February 5, 1892. During his teaching days he married Miss Mary Wood, who survives him. He left no children.
JONATHAN DICKENSON ANNIN, M.D.
The son of William C. and Phoebe Annin, was born at Liberty Corner, N. J., November 26, 1806. Of his early life and attendance at school but little is known. He attended lectures at the College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, but the time and place of graduation is unknown. He practiced in Irvington, N. J., at first, and afterward at Newark. After thirty years of Old-School practice, he abandoned it for the Homeopathic. He was a veteran of the Institute, having joined in 1846. He married, in 1840, Eleanor, the eldest daughter of Benjamin Mead, by whom he had two daughters and one son. He died September 26, 1883.
ADOLPHUS H. ASHTON, M.D.
Was born May 18, 1826. He graduated at the Homeopathic Medical College of Pennsylvania in 1852. He joined the Institute in 1858. In the spring of 1860 he was elected to the chair of Obstetrics in the Homeopathic College in Philadelphia, but withdrew from the Faculty without delivering a lecture owing to personal differences. He was afterwards connected with the Hahnemann Medical College as Curator. He was a member of the Pennsylvania State Homeopathic Society, the Philadelphia County Society, and one of the founders of the Children's Homeopathic Hospital. He died of Bright's disease, February 17, 1883.