Say, Samuel H
Say, Samuel H.
an English dissenting divine, was born in the year 1675. He entered as a pupil in the academy of Rev. Thomas Rowe, London, about 1692. Finishing his studies, he became chaplain to Thomas Scott, Lyminge, in Kent, in whose family he remained three years. Thence he removed to Andover, in Hampshire; then to Yarmouth, in Norfolk; and soon after to Lowestoff, in Suffolk, where he labored for eighteen years. He was co- pastor with Rev. Samuel Baxter at Ipswich nine years, and succeeded Dr. Edmund Calamy in Westminster in 1734. He died in 1743. He wrote, Sermon (Lond. 1736, 8vo): — Poems and Essays (ibid. 1745, 4to; 1749, 4to).