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Browsing: Diary of John Quincy Adams, Volume 2


Docno: ADMS-03-02-02-0001-0006-0020

Author: Adams, John Quincy
Date: 1786-07-20

20th.

A List of the Class that graduated yesterday.
  John Andrews   Divinity.1  
  Samuel Andrews   Law  
x   John Bartlett  died in 1786.    
  Timothy Bigelow   Law  
  Joseph Blake   Do.  
  Samuel Borland    
  Nathaniel Bowman   Physic.  
  Alden Bradford   Divinity  
  Christopher Grant Champlin    
  Daniel Colt    
  Amos Crosby +    
  William Cutler   Physic.  
  John Derby   Commerce  
  William Dodge   Sea  
  Josiah Dwight    
  Robert Fowle   Divinity.  
  Elias [Elisha] Gardener    
  Samuel [Pickering] Gardener   Commerce  
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  John Gibaut   Sailor  
  Robert Gray Settled at Dover   Divinity.  
  James Gray    
  William Harris   Divinity.  
  Ebenezer Hill    
  Nathaniel How[e]    
  Dudley Hubbard   Law  
  Jonathan Leonard    
  Henry Lincoln   Divinity  
  Joseph Loring   Physic  
  John Lowell   Law  
  Porter Lummus    
  Jacob Norton + Settled at Weymouth   Divinity.  
  Isaac Parker   Law  
  David Pearce   Commerce.  
  Thaddeus Pomeroy    
  Jonathan E[dwards] Porter    
  Isaac Rand    
  John Simpkins   Divinity  
x   James Sullivan + died in 1787.    
  John Taylor   Law  
  Joseph Thomas    
  Thomas Thompson   Law  
  John [Eugene] Tyler    
x   John Warland died in 1788    
  Joseph Warren    
  Tapley Wyeth +   Physic  
I set out from Cambridge between eight and nine. Stop'd and dined at General Warren's in Milton; and got home at about 4 o'clock. Mr. Shaw and my brother Tom, arrived soon after me.
1. Death dates and occupations were probably added on at least two separate occasions. The reason for the crosses after the names of Crosby, Norton, Sullivan, and Wyeth is uncertain.
Cite web page as: Founding Families: Digital Editions of the Papers of the Winthrops and the Adamses, ed.C. James Taylor. Boston: Massachusetts Historical Society, 2014.
http://www.masshist.org/apde2/