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*Valedictorian: Wilfred Everard Roach
 
*Valedictorian: Wilfred Everard Roach
  
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===1910-1919===
 
1910
 
1910
 
*President: Roscoe Conkling Young
 
*President: Roscoe Conkling Young
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*Historian: Wade T. Brown
 
*Historian: Wade T. Brown
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*Prophet: Joseph Farland Hall
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*Poet: William Kavanaugh Doty
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*Valedictorian: Robert Bruce Jackson
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*Chaplain: Charles Chapman Snow
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1913
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*President: Wilbur Robbins Dameron
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*Vice-President: Percy Lewis Witchley
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*Secretary: Charles Harmon Schepmoes
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*Treasurer: Abraham Alexander Brodowski
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*Historian: John Dameron Moore
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*Prophet: Wayne Carr Metcalf
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*Valedictorian: Robert Clarence Warburton
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*Chaplain: Kenneth Arnold Agee
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*Attorney: H.L. Carter
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1914
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*President: John Lewis Tucker
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*Vice-President: Walter Leslie Drewry
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*Secretary: Hugh Leonard Womack
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*Treasurer: Charles H. Hamlin
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*Historian: William Walter Winsbro
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*Prophet: Bathurst Dangerfield Peachy
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*Poet: Henry Godwin Parker
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*Valedictorian: John Eldridge Taylor
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*Chaplain: Alvin Francis Beale
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1915
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*President: Clarence Jennings
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*Vice-President: Oliver Walter Frey
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*Secretary: Charles Clark Renick
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*Treasurer: Wilson Edward Somers
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*Historian: Victor Ewart Galdstone Emery
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*Prophet: Herman Lee Harris
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*Poet: John Waller Smith, Jr.
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*Valedictorian: John William Massey
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*Chaplain Lewis Jones
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1916
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*President: Robert Murphy Newton
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*Vice-President: George Baskerville Zehmer
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*Secretary: Charles Ashley Muncaster
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*Treasurer: H. Wilson Thorpe
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*Historian: Frederick Dean Goodwin Ribble
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*Prophet: James Warren Stephens
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*Poet: William Cross Ferguson
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*Valedictorian: Charles Alexander Scott
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*Chaplain: Richard Brownley Gayle
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1917
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*President: Zelma Talmage Kyle
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*Vice-President: Arthur Douglas Parker
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*Secretary: Isaac Wiley Robertson
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*Treasurer: Floyd Talmage Joyner
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*Historian: William Benjamin Tilley
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*Chaplain: Frank Bowie Tolson, Jr.
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*Prophet: Vernon Meredith Geddy
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*Poet: Cecil Randolph Heflin
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*Valedictorian: Paul Neyron Derring
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1918
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*President: Floyd Franklin Jenkins
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*Vice-President: Alf Johnson Mapp
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*Secretary: Clarence Luke Charlton
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*Treasurer: Jesse Rawls Byrd
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*Historian Ennolis Albert Stephens
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*Chaplain: Arthur Hendly Blakemore
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*Prophet: Herbert Grey Chandler
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*Poet: Alf Johnson Mapp
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*Valedictorian: Earl Benton Broadwater
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1919
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*President: Walter Finnall Cross Ferguson
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*Vice-President: Robert Carroll Rives
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*Secretary-Treasurer: Albert Pettigrew Elliot
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*Historian: Benjamin Burrass Mitchell, Jr.
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*Chaplain: Harry Hooper Edwards
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*Prophet: William Waller Johnson
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*Poet: Robert Carroll Rives
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*Valedictorian: Walter Finnall Cross Ferguson
  
 
==Materials in the SCRC==
 
==Materials in the SCRC==

Revision as of 12:00, 17 April 2012

The President of the Senior Class at the College of William and Mary is the leader of the senior class and presides over the class cabinet. Other class officers include a vice-president and a secretary-treasurer. During Commencement, the president of the senior class wears the Senior Class Chain of Office.

Senior Class Officers

1908-1909

1908

  • President: Edwin Francis Shewmake, Jr.
  • Vice-President: Stephen Ashley McDonald
  • Secretary: Jesse Ewell, Jr.
  • Treasurer: Harry Gilmore Carter
  • Historian: Channing M. Hall
  • Poet: Guy Ansell Bond Dovell
  • Prophet: Smith J. Williams
  • Valedictorian: Grover Ashton Dovell
  • Chaplain: L. Bismark Frank
  • Architect: Kendall Palmer Birckhead

1909

  • President: Clarence Edgar Koontz
  • Vice-President: John Compton Freeman
  • Secretary: Charlie "Lad" Taylor
  • Treasurer: John Y. Mason
  • Historian: Paul Sherwood Gilliam
  • Prophet: Joseph Harper Brent
  • Poet: David Daniel Sizer
  • Valedictorian: Wilfred Everard Roach

1910-1919

1910

  • President: Roscoe Conkling Young
  • Vice-President: Channing Westbrook Hall
  • Secretary: Amos Ralph Koontz
  • Treasurer: Elisha Lucas Snipes
  • Historian: Cecil Cooper Bell
  • Prophet: Micajah Oliver Townsend
  • Poet: Edward Le Baron Goodwin
  • Valedictorian: Charles L. Ebell
  • Chaplain: Francis Harvey Bear
  • Attorney: Henry Fitzhugh Tompkins
  • Orator: Joseph Mettauer Hurt, Jr.

1911

  • President: Frank Erskine Graves
  • Vice-President: Alvin Louis Thomas
  • Secretary: Harry Evans Trimble
  • Treasurer: John Edgar Capps
  • Historian: George Prince Arnold
  • Prophet: A.S. Howe
  • Valedictorian: Kenneth Arnold Agee

1912

  • President: William Haynie Neblett
  • Vice-President: William Hansen Deierhoi
  • Secretary: James Herman Summers
  • Treasurer: Edward Roane Willcox
  • Historian: Wade T. Brown
  • Prophet: Joseph Farland Hall
  • Poet: William Kavanaugh Doty
  • Valedictorian: Robert Bruce Jackson
  • Chaplain: Charles Chapman Snow

1913

  • President: Wilbur Robbins Dameron
  • Vice-President: Percy Lewis Witchley
  • Secretary: Charles Harmon Schepmoes
  • Treasurer: Abraham Alexander Brodowski
  • Historian: John Dameron Moore
  • Prophet: Wayne Carr Metcalf
  • Valedictorian: Robert Clarence Warburton
  • Chaplain: Kenneth Arnold Agee
  • Attorney: H.L. Carter

1914

  • President: John Lewis Tucker
  • Vice-President: Walter Leslie Drewry
  • Secretary: Hugh Leonard Womack
  • Treasurer: Charles H. Hamlin
  • Historian: William Walter Winsbro
  • Prophet: Bathurst Dangerfield Peachy
  • Poet: Henry Godwin Parker
  • Valedictorian: John Eldridge Taylor
  • Chaplain: Alvin Francis Beale

1915

  • President: Clarence Jennings
  • Vice-President: Oliver Walter Frey
  • Secretary: Charles Clark Renick
  • Treasurer: Wilson Edward Somers
  • Historian: Victor Ewart Galdstone Emery
  • Prophet: Herman Lee Harris
  • Poet: John Waller Smith, Jr.
  • Valedictorian: John William Massey
  • Chaplain Lewis Jones

1916

  • President: Robert Murphy Newton
  • Vice-President: George Baskerville Zehmer
  • Secretary: Charles Ashley Muncaster
  • Treasurer: H. Wilson Thorpe
  • Historian: Frederick Dean Goodwin Ribble
  • Prophet: James Warren Stephens
  • Poet: William Cross Ferguson
  • Valedictorian: Charles Alexander Scott
  • Chaplain: Richard Brownley Gayle

1917

  • President: Zelma Talmage Kyle
  • Vice-President: Arthur Douglas Parker
  • Secretary: Isaac Wiley Robertson
  • Treasurer: Floyd Talmage Joyner
  • Historian: William Benjamin Tilley
  • Chaplain: Frank Bowie Tolson, Jr.
  • Prophet: Vernon Meredith Geddy
  • Poet: Cecil Randolph Heflin
  • Valedictorian: Paul Neyron Derring

1918

  • President: Floyd Franklin Jenkins
  • Vice-President: Alf Johnson Mapp
  • Secretary: Clarence Luke Charlton
  • Treasurer: Jesse Rawls Byrd
  • Historian Ennolis Albert Stephens
  • Chaplain: Arthur Hendly Blakemore
  • Prophet: Herbert Grey Chandler
  • Poet: Alf Johnson Mapp
  • Valedictorian: Earl Benton Broadwater

1919

  • President: Walter Finnall Cross Ferguson
  • Vice-President: Robert Carroll Rives
  • Secretary-Treasurer: Albert Pettigrew Elliot
  • Historian: Benjamin Burrass Mitchell, Jr.
  • Chaplain: Harry Hooper Edwards
  • Prophet: William Waller Johnson
  • Poet: Robert Carroll Rives
  • Valedictorian: Walter Finnall Cross Ferguson

Materials in the SCRC

References

  • Class Activities, Flat Hat, William and Mary News, Alumni Gazette Index, Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library, College of William and Mary.

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