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 (1834–43). 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