Crowther, Samuel, Am
Crowther, Samuel, A.M.
an English divine, was born in London, January 9, 1769. He was educated at Croydon Free-school and Winchester College; became fellow of New College, Oxford; was ordained in 1792 to the curacy of East Bergholt, Suffolk, and removed in 1795 to Barking, Essex. In 1800 he received the united livings of Christ Church, Newgate Street, and St. Leonard's, Foster Lane; and was shortly after chosen one of the lecturers of St. Botolph, Bishopgate. March 27, 1825 he was seized with apoplexy, and he died September 28, 1829. See (Lond.) Christian Guardian, November 1829, page 440.