Born: June 10, 1790, Geneva, Switzerland.
Died: December 24, 1874, La Force, Dordogne, France.
Paul was the son of Jean Pierre Marc Bost and Marie Anne Pernette Perron, and husband of Jeanne Françoise Pattay (married 1814). His son John became a priest and made a name for himself as a social pioneer.
He studied theology at the Moravian Institute at Neuwied and the University of Geneva.
Bost then worked as an itinerant preacher in Switzerland, Germany and France. In 1825, he co-founded the Reformed Free Church of Geneva.
From 1828–37 he was an evangelist in Carouge, where he was baptized by Samuel Heinrich Froehlich.
From 1846–48 he served as a prison chaplain in Melun in Paris.
If you know Bost’s burial place,