Samuel Talcott (August 12, 1765 - January 20, 1839) was a clothier in West Hartford, Connecticut.
Talcott was born on August 12, 1765 in Glastonbury, Connecticut, as the son of Samuel Talcott and Mary Smith. He lived in Glastonbury until his marriage in the 1790s when he moved to West Hartford, Connecticut. The couple lived in the Sarah Whitman Hooker homestead on the corner of New Britain Avenue and South Main Street in West Hartford until they sold it to his wife's uncle, Charles Seymour. He worked as a clothier in the town for many years.
On January 20, 1839, he died in West Hartford, Connecticut.
Talcott married Abigail Hooker on January 25, 1795.