Tompkins, De Loss Monroe

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De Loss Monroe Tompkins, clergyman

Born: Ashland, New York, Sunday, January 7, 1849.

Son of: Nathaniel Tompkins and Lucina Tompkins, nee: Lucina Frayer

Education: A.B. Northwestern University, 1877; A.M. 1880; (D.D. 1895)

Married: Ida M. Tompkins, nee: Ida M. Foote of Catskill, New York, Thursday, September 27, 1877.

Ordained: Methodist Episcopal Church Ministry, 1879.

Principal: Mussoorie Boy's High School, Mussoorie, India 1883-4;

President: De Loss Monroe Tompkins: Naini Tal College, Naini Tall, India, 1884-8;

Pastor: De Loss Monroe Tompkins: Wheaton, Illinois, 1894-9;

Pastor: De Loss Monroe Tompkins: Belvidere, Illinois, 1899-1902;

Pastor: De Loss Monroe Tompkins: DeKalb, Illinois, 1902-7;

Pastor: De Loss Monroe Tompkins: Rogers Park, since 1908.

Delegate to General Conference M.E. Church, 1900.

Author of several books, for titles see Who's Who in America.

Residence: 1716 W. Farwell Avenue.

Source: Book of Chicagoans, 1911 page 675.