Coombe, Pennel

Coombe, Pennel a noted Methodist Episcopal minister, was born at Smyrna, Delaware, August 5, 1811. He was converted in 1829; received a good English education; filled. a vacancy as preacher at Elkington, Maryland, in 1834, and the next year was admitted into the Philadelphia Conference, in which he occupied important positions, as preacher, presiding elder, and agent for various Church enterprises, and especially in the temperance cause, until his death, near Philadelphia, January 31, 1884. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1884, page 81.

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