Graduate of Morehead State University, University of Kentucky and Bellarmine University. Fifth generation of Moses and Millie Robinson. Born in Mt. Sterling Ky, moved to Louisville in 1979. Married with one daughter and one grandson. Practiced nursing 40 plus years in varied nursing arenas and has taught nursing at various schools of nursing since 1992. Educated and collaborated with community nursing students to develop and present various community health programs including Vienna Austria.
Lyndon Comstock, namesake of the author of the book Before Abolition: African-Americans in early Clark County, Kentucky, married Nancy Julia Bush of the Bush Settlement in Clark County, Kentucky in 1806. The story of that couple, and also of the Providence Baptist Church to which she belonged, led the author to realize that a considerable number of black people, almost all of them enslaved, were referenced in the old minutes of the church and related records. The author followed that trail to an extended study of the African-American population in Clark County during slavery times. His book is an outgrowth of that research.
Lyndon Comstock is currently a resident of Bolinas, California. He worked in community economic development for most of his career and has been spending his retirement researching history. He has published four books.