Died: December 7, 1899, Age 85.
Oldest Surviving member of his class.
United States. Navy Dept. Bureau of Ordnance, Exercises in small-arms
and field artillery: arranged for the naval service, under an order of
the Bureau of ordnance and hydrography of the Navy department. Philadelphia,
Printed by T. K. and P. G. Collins, 1852. USMA: SPECIAL
COLL-BSMT-B30 VF160 .A25 1852. Two copies. Description viii p., 2 l., -168 p. 103 pl. 24 cm.. Notes: Comp. by Henry H. Lockwood. Other author Seager, Edward, d. 1886.
Cullum#863. B-DEL: Arty: FlinW 36-37: Resd37: Prof USNA 45-61 and 67-70: BG USV 61: Ret from Navy Service 14Aug76: D-DC 7Dec99 a-85: Ob-AR 00: Last surviving member of his class.
Arney, Chris, West Point's Scientific 200: Celebration of the Bicentennial. Biographies of 200 of West Point's Most Successful and Influential Mathematicians, Scientists, Engineers, and Technologists, 2002.