He severed his connection with our class and the College before the close of
Freshman year, and went to Lawrence, Massachusetts, where he pursued the study of
law, in the office of the Hon. D. and C. Saunders. He was admitted to the bar of
Massachusetts in 1869, and immediately commenced the practice of his profession at
Lawrence, Massachusetts. He has remained there up to the present time, enjoying a
successful and profitable practice. He is a member of the Essex Bar Association. During
the year 1877, he was a member of the City Council of Lawrence, Massachusetts.
In his religious views, he expresses himself as being very liberal, with a firm
reliance in God.
He was married May 4, 1864, to Miss Laura A. Fellows, of New Hampton, New
Hampshire. They have five children: Willis Milton, born January 15, 1867; Sylvester
Irving, born June 21, 1869; Joseph Luther, born March 12, 1871; Annie Laura, born in
February, 1873, and Helen Louise, born October 2, 1883.
of the Class of '64 in Dartmouth College" complied by
John C. Webster, Shepard & Johnston, Printers, 1884,