Comstock, Thomas

Comstock, Thomas a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born in Wayne County, Ohio, March 2, 1829. He was converted in 1841, and in 1854 licensed to preach, and received into the North Indiana Conference. In 1858 he was elected professor in Fort Wayne College. After laboring in that capacity two years, he again held regular appointments until 1864, when he once more occupied, for a year, a professorship in the same college, then resumed his place in the active ministry, and continued until his death, June 17, 1872. Mr. Comstock was a man of rare culture, a practical, earnest preacher, an extraordinary pastor, and a Christian of deep and uniform piety. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1873, page 59.

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