Thomas, Thomas E, Dd
Thomas, Thomas E., D.D.
a Presbyterian minister, was born in London, England, in 1812, and graduated from Miami University in 1834. His first pastoral charge was at Harrison, near Cincinnati, and his second at Hamilton, for twelve years. He then accepted the presidency of Hanover College, Ind., and passed from that to a professorship in the Theological Seminary at New Albany. In 1859 lie became pastor of the First Presbyterian Church at Dayton, Ohio, and in 1871 was elected professor of Biblical literature in Lane Theological Seminary. He died February 2, 1875. Dr. Thomas was a man of strong mind, and one of the leaders of the anti-slavery party in the Presbyterian Church long before the civil war. See Presbyterian, February 13, 1875.