Rowe, Samuel, an English clergyman, was born in 1793. He became a bookseller, but graduated al Jesus College, Oxford, in 1826. In 1833 he was made vicar of Crediton and perpetual curate of Postbury, St Luke, which offices he held until his death. He published, Appeal to the Rubric (Lond. 1841, small 8vo), Church Psalm-book (several editions): — also Panorame of Plymouth, and Perambulations in the Forest of Dartmoor (Plymouth, 1848, 8vo).