The aim of our work was to design and implement a software solution, which supports quantitative histological analysis of hematoxilin eozin (HE) stained colon tissue samples, identify tissue structures - nuclei, glands and epithelium - using image processing methods. Furthermore, based on the result of the histological segmentation, it gives a suggestion for the negative or malignant status of the samples automatically. In this paper we describe the algorithm which builds up mainly by two software components: MorphCheck -our software framework-, which is capable to make effective, morphometric evaluation of high resolution digital tissue images and a modified WND-CHARM (Weighted Neighbor Distance Using Compound Hierarchy of Algorithms Representing Morphology), which is a multi-purpose image classifier. The image classification was performed mainly based on 75+15 pre-defined colon tissue specific parameters, which were measured by MorphCheck, and other 2873 in-built generic image parameters, which were measured by WND-CHARM. We appended WND-CHARM's learning and classification capabilities with our colon tissue specific parameters and with this act we have increased its classification accuracy significantly on HE stained colon tissue sample images.