Bell, Samuel Ma, Phd
Bell, Samuel M.A., Ph.D.
an English Congregational minister, was born at Leeds, June 3, 1793. In his eighteenth year he became a member of the Church; in 1813 was admitted as student at Hoxton Academy, and at the close of his course was stationed at Wrexham. Here he preached five years; then removed to Lancaster, where he labored twenty-two years; and then went to Stockwell, near London, where he conducted an academy for young gentlemen sixteen years. He died July 22, 1861. Mr. Bell was a devoted Christian, a man of strict conscientiousness and great benevolence. See (Lond.) Cong. Year-book, 1862, p. 222.