Blyth, Samuel

Blyth, Samuel an English Baptist minister, was born at Birmingham, May 10, 1783, and received his early religious education in the Established Church. Having gone through a course of study, he was ordained by the bishop of York, Aug. 6, 1815. After preaching for a few years in Yorkshire and elsewhere, in 1823 he removed to Leake. Subsequently he joined the Independents, and, in 1832, the Baptists. For several years he was not regularly settled, but supplied vacant pulpits as he had opportunity. In the early part of 1849 he took up his residence in Reading, and, after preaching a few months, he was taken with a sudden illness, and died Aug. 28, 1849. See (Lond.) Baptist Hand-book, 1850, p. 41. (J. C. S.)

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