|21st Lieutenant Governor of Mississippi|
|Governor||Fielding L. Wright|
|Preceded by||Fielding L. Wright|
|Succeeded by||Carroll Gartin|
|Member of the Mississippi House of Representatives|
|Speaker of the Mississippi House of Representatives|
|Born||Samuel Edgerton Lumpkin
April 21, 1908
|Died||July 9, 1964
|Alma mater||Cumberland University|
Samuel Edgerton Lumpkin (April 21, 1908 – July 9, 1964) was a United States politician from Tupelo, Lee County, Mississippi. A Democrat, he served as the 21st Lieutenant Governor of Mississippi from 1948 to 1952 under Governor Fielding L. Wright. He was born in Hudsonville in 1908.
Lumpkin was found dead of a heart attack at his home's pool in 1964.
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