As President of both Princeton University and Princeton Theological Seminary, Francis Landey Patton (1843-1932) served during a time of transition as many notable faculty passed away. It was Patton's place to give funeral sermons, memorial addresses and reviews of biographies for a remarkable number of Princeton luminaries, such as Charles Hodge, A.A. Hodge, Caspar Wistar Hodge, Sr., George Tybout Purves, and B.B. Warfield. They provide a unique insight into the lives of some worthy men as seen by one who knew them all well while memories were fresh. Tour their lives through Patton's heart-felt recollections here.