Samuel Ludlow

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
This article is about the American jurist. For the British surgeon in early 19th century India, see Samuel Ludlow (surgeon).

Samuel B. Ludlow (born 1792, New York State; died after 1880) was an American jurist. He was one of the first lawyers in Nassau, New York, and was a corporation officer when Nassau was chartered, and was town clerk in 1835. He also played a role in the founding of the Nassau Academy.

From 1840-1845 he was a judge on the Oswego County Court of Common Pleas, and in 1841, he was named a First Judge on that court. He is listed as a retired lawyer in Oswego in the 1880 U.S. Census.

See also[edit]