Coombs, Abner

Coombs, Abner a Free-will Baptist minister, was born at Brunswick, Maine, December 1, 1794. He was converted at the age of twenty-two, licensed by the Sebec Quarterly Meeting January 9, 1830, and ordained September 22 of the same year. The following churches were organized by him: Foxcroft, Sangerfeld, Kilmarnock, Corinth, Dover, and Hopkinton, all in his native state. He also visited the province of New Brunswick. In September 1842, he went to Wisconsin, and, for seven years, was pastor of the Honey Creek Church. He performed pastoral work in several other churches in that state, residing in Rochester, Racine County, where he died, March 15, 1880. See Morning Star, May 5, 1880. (J.C.S.)

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