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Stephen Lushington
(1803-1877)

Stephen Lushington was born in London (Bedford Square) on 12 Dec 1803 and died in Thornton Heath (Oak Lodge), Surrey on 28 May 1877. He served in the Royal Navy and Indian Navy.

Ranks:

Lt (1824)
Cdr (1828)
Capt (1829)

Notes:

Son of Sir Henry Lushington.

As Lieutenant of Cambrian, 40 (Captain Gawen William Hamilton), he took part in the Battle of Navarino (20 Oct 1827).
Superintendent of the Indian Navy (Nov 184823 Mar 1852)
Lieutenant-Governor of Greenwich Hospital (17 May 18622 Dec 1865)

CL: DOD
O'Byrne (p. 1394)

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