THE REV. JAMES CLEMENT SHARP
The Rev. James Clement Sharp graduated from Harvard in 1894, and the Theological School in 1897. He was in Christ Church from 1897 to 1904. He became Rector of the Church of the Good Shepherd in Waban (Newton) Mass., in 1905. Later he was Rector of the parish in Rockport, Mass., and in 1923 became Rector of St. Barnabas' Church, Falmouth, Mass. In 1909 he published a notable biography: "John Cotton Brooks." His many friends in Christ Church learned with sorrow of his death, Oct. 13, 1926, at the age of fifty-seven years.
THE REV. EDMUND JAMES CLEVELAND
The Rev. Edmund James Cleveland was at Christ Church from 1905-1906, St. Paul's Church, Peabody 1906-1908 and from 1908 has been rector at Christ Church, Westerly, R.I. During the war he served as chaplain of the 142nd Inf. in 1918 and as Sen. Chaplain of the 36th Div., A.E.F. from 1918 to July, 1919.
THE REV. DONALD NELSON ALEXANDER
At the time of the breakdown in the health of the Rev. John Cotton Brooks in 1906, the Rev. Donald Nelson Alexander was called to assist him and to take charge of the parish while Mr. Brooks should go abroad for a rest. Mr. Brooks did not return from this trip. Mr. Alexander remained as minister-in-charge, which position he held three times during the nine years of his faithful work among his friends, the parishioners of Christ Church. During the Rev. Dr. Slattery's rectorship he filled the position of assistant, remaining on after Dr. Slattery's resignation, again assuming the position of assistant at the request of the vestry when the Rev. William Austin Smith became rector.