Samuel Blythe, D.D. was Master of Clare College from 1678 until his death.[1]

Blythe was born in Doncaster and educated at Clare College, Cambridge. He became Fellow in 1658. He was ordained a deacon in the Church of England in 1667.[2] He held livings at Everton, Bedfordshire and Newton-in-the-Isle. Blythe was Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge between 1684 and 1685.[3]

He died on 19 April 1713.[4]