Thomas Spurgeon

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Thomas Spurgeon
Born 20 September 1856(1856-09-20)
London, England
Died 17 October 1917(1917-10-17) (aged 61)
Nationality British
Religion Christian (Reformed Baptist)
Parents Charles & Susannah Spurgeon

Thomas Spurgeon (20 September 1856–October 1917) was a British Reformed Baptist preacher.[1] He was the pastor of the Metropolitan Tabernacle. He was one of two non-identical twin sons of the famous Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-1892).

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  1. Needham, George C. (1882). The Life and Labors of Charles H. Spurgeon. Boston, Massachusetts: D. L. Guernsey. pp. 556-570.