Bromley, Humphrey, a Universalist minister, was born in North Wales about 1796. He received his religious education in the Church of England, but joined the Wesleyans and began preaching in that connection at the age of sixteen. On entering into a discussion several years later on endless punishment, with a Unitarian minister, he was led to accept Unitarianism. He emigrated to America in 1833; settled first at Cleveland, Ohio; joined the Universalists; soon after removed to Norwalk, thence to Sandusky, and in 1837 to Republic, where he spent the remainder of his days, dying December 13, 1876. See Universalist Register, 1878, page 86.