Hopkins, Samuel, Jun, Dd
Hopkins, Samuel, Jun., D.D.
a Congregational minister, son of the foregoing, was born-in West Springfield, Massachusetts, October 31, 1729. He graduated from Yale College in 1749, and was a tutor there from 1751 to 1754; was ordained pastor at Hadley, in February, 1755, and died there, March 8, 1811. A volume of sermons was published by him in 1799. In many respects he was a remarkable man; distinguished for his good-humor, and his Calvinism was of a type opposed to Hopkirisianism. See Sprague, Annals of the Amer. Pulpit, 1:520.