Baptized: January 12, 1776, St. Andrew’s, Plymouth, England, where his father was vicar.
Died: December 25, 1851, Kensington, London.
Samuel was the son of John and Margaret Gandy.
He was a King’s Scholar at Eton in 1788, and an assistant there, 1800–03.
He was admitted as a scholar at King’s College, Cambridge, July 28, 1795 (BA 1800, MA 1803, fellow 1798–1817).
He served as minister at East Stonehouse (now part of Plymouth), and vicar at St. Budeaux Parish Church, Plymouth (1802–17), and at Kingston-upon-Thames, from January 1817 until his death.
The Rev T. Ludlam published his expositions and sermons in 1859 (the sermons date 1827–42).
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