Derby Daily Telegraph - 22 February 1924
...Samuel Heiron, who held the living of Shirley during the last three years of the Commonwealth. "Calamy" says of him, He made no great figure in the world, but was an honest man and a useful preacher, much beloved by those amongst whom he laboured. Few men's outward circumstances more pressed their Nonconformity tnan his did, yet followed his conscience and left his pretty living in 1662, and threw himself into the hands of God's providence." He died March 24th, 1687...
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