List of federal judges appointed by Andrew Johnson
Following is a list of all United States federal judges appointed by President Andrew Johnson during his presidency. Johnson appointed only nine Article III federal judges during his presidency, all to United States district courts. Andrew Johnson is one of only four presidents who did not have an opportunity to appoint a judge to serve on the Supreme Court. In April, 1866 he nominated Henry Stanbery to fill the vacancy left with the death of John Catron, but the Republican Congress eliminated the seat.
|Blatchford, SamuelSamuel Blatchford||S.D.N.Y.||May 3, 1867||March 4, 1878|
|Bryan, George SeabrookGeorge Seabrook Bryan||D.S.C.||March 12, 1866||September 1, 1886|
|Brooks, George WashingtonGeorge Washington Brooks||D.N.C.||August 19, 1865||January 6, 1882|
|Clark, DanielDaniel Clark||D.N.H.||July 27, 1866||January 2, 1891|
|Dundy, Elmer ScipioElmer Scipio Dundy||D. Neb.||April 9, 1868||October 28, 1896|
|Erskine, JohnJohn Erskine||N.D. Ga.
|July 10, 1865||April 25, 1882
December 1, 1883
|Fox, EdwardEdward Fox||D. Me.||May 31, 1866||December 14, 1881|
|Hill, Robert AndrewsRobert Andrews Hill||S.D. Miss.
|May 1, 1866||August 1, 1891|
|Sherman, Charles TaylorCharles Taylor Sherman||N.D. Ohio||March 2, 1867||November 25, 1872|
United States Court of Claims
|Milligan, SamuelSamuel Milligan||1868||1874|
- All information on the names, terms of service, and details of appointment of federal judges is derived from the Biographical Directory of Federal Judges, a public-domain publication of the Federal Judicial Center.
- The other three presidents are William Henry Harrison, Zachary Taylor and Jimmy Carter.
- Recess appointment; formally nominated on July 13, 1867, confirmed by the United States Senate on July 16, 1867, and received commission on July 16, 1867.
- Recess appointment; formally nominated on December 20, 1865, confirmed by the United States Senate on January 22, 1866, and received commission on January 22, 1866.
- Reassigned by operation of law to the United States District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina, on June 4, 1872.