Taylor, Samuel a Presbyterian minister, was born in Nova Scotia, Sept. 14, 1795; graduated at the Princeton Theological Seminary in 1825; was licensed to preach the same year, and shortly after was ordained and installed pastor of the Millersburg and Stoner Mouth churches of Bourbon Count', Ky. In 1831 became pastor of the Nicholasville and Cedar Creek churches, Ky.; in 1836, at Frankfort, Ind.; in 1845, Waveland, Ind.; in 1852, Washington, Ind.; in 1854,Waco, Texas. He died June 9,1855. Mr. Taylor was a close student and a man of literary tastes. As a theologian he was acute, prolific, and systematic. He was for a number of years an active member of the- Board of Trustees. of Hanover College, Ind., and of the New Albany Theological Seminary, Ind. See Wilson, Presb. Hist. Almanac, 1867, p. 206.