Thomas, Thomas

Thomas, Thomas a Welsh Congregational minister, was born near Carmarthen in 1822, and was brought up under Unitarian influence and educated for the medical profession; but the love of evangelical truth induced him to enter the ministry. He graduated at Homerton College, and accepted the pastorate of Fetter Lane Chapel, London; and labored also at Wellingborough thirteen years. In 1858 he removed to Bethnal Green Chapel, London, and labored with them until his death, March 13,1861. Mr. Thomas was a worker of the highest type, and his generous nature and vivid imagination endeared him to a large circle of friends. See (Lond.) Cong. Year-book, 1862, p. 263.

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