Samuel S. Lush

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Samuel Stringer Lush (1783 – June 21, 1841) was an American lawyer and politician from Albany, New York.

He was the son of Stephen Lush, a veteran of the American Revolutionary War who was also a lawyer and member of the New York Legislature. Samuel Lush graduated from Union College.[1] He served as the district attorney of the district encompassing Albany from 1813 to 1818.[2] He was elected to the New York Assembly in 1825, 1826, and 1830.[3]

He married a great-granddaughter of Robert Livingston the Younger in 1814.[1]


  1. ^ a b Hanyan, Craig; Hanyan, Mary L. (1996), DeWitt Clinton and the Rise of the People's Men, McGill-Queen's University Press, p. 249, ISBN 0-7735-1434-1 .
  2. ^ Howell, George Rogers; Tenney, Jonathan, eds. (1886), Bi-centennial History of Albany, New York: W. W. Munsell & Co. .
  3. ^ Greene, Richard H., ed. (1893), The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol. XXVI, New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, p. 10 .