DUFFIELD, SAMUEL AUGUSTUS WILLOUGHBY: Presbyterian; b. in Brooklyn Sept. 23, 1843; d. at Bloomfield, N. J., May 12, 1887. He was graduated at Yale (1863), and in 1866 was ordained to the Presbyterian ministry. He held pastorates at the Tioga Street Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia (1867-70), Claremont Presbyterian Church, Jersey City, N. J. (1870-71), Ann Arbor. Mich. (1871-74), Eighth Church, Chicago (1874-76), Central Church, Auburn, N. Y. (1876-78), Second Church, Altoona, Pa. (1878-82), and Bloomfield, N. J. (1882-87). He translated a cento from the De contemptu mundi of Bernard of Cluny under the title The Heavenly Land (New York, 1867), and wrote English Hymns: Their Authors and History (1886) and Latin Hymn-Writers and their Hymns (1889; edited after the author's death by R. E. Thompson). He was the son of George Duffield, and likewise a hymn-writer.