Komp, Heinrich

Komp, Heinrich, a German Roman Catholic theologian of note, born at Fulda in 1765, was educated at the University of Heidelberg; became priest in 1789, in 1790 professor at the gymnasium of his native place, in 1792 professor of theology, etc., in 1811 court chaplain to prince Primas, grand duke of Frankfort-on-the-Main and archbishop of Regensburg, and in 1829 cathedral scholastic. He died Feb. 14, 1846.-Kathol. Real Encylop. 11:858.

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