1793, Barbados.

February 7, 1872, London, England.

Son of Abel Hinds, Samuel was educated at Queen’s College, Oxford (BA 1815, DD 1831). He was for some time Vice-Principal of St. Alban’s Hall, Merton College, Oxford (1827), and also Principal of Codrington College, Barbados. Returning to England, he served as Vicar of Yardley, Hertfordshire (1834-1843). He then went to Ireland, and served as Rector of Prebendary of Castleknoch, Dublin; Chaplain to Archbishop Whately; Dean of Carlisle (1848), and Bishop of Norwich (1849). Resigning his bishopric in 1857, he retired to London. His works include:

  1. Lord, Shall Thy Children Come To Thee?

Hinds’ burial place