Best, Thomas Ma
Best, Thomas M.A.
an English divine, was born June 23, 1787. He was educated at the Free Grammarschool, Birmingham, and Worcester College, Oxford. He was curate successively of Uttoxeter, Staffordshire; and Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire; and afterwards removed to the incumbency of Sheffield, where he remained forty-eight years. He died March 10, 1865. Mr. Best was conspicuous for his industry, self-denial, and devotedness to the Church. See Christian Observer, June, 1865, p. 475.