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Charles Hugh Lushington

(1812-1874), Indian official; nephew of Rt Hon Stephen Rumbold Lushington

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The Supreme Indian Council, Simla, 1864, by Bourne & Shepherd - NPG P426

The Supreme Indian Council, Simla, 1864

by Bourne & Shepherd
albumen print, circa 1864
NPG P426

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Sir John Lushington Bt

26 July 2017, 17:14

Further info:
He is Charles Hugh born 1812 died 1874
Bengal CS 1832-62
Parents William John Lushington of Rodmersham Kent and Barbara Wilson
Siblings 4 sisters
Uncle: Rt Hon Stephen Rumbold Lushington MP Gov of Madras:

Sir John Lushington Bt

26 July 2017, 15:34

Further information: Charles May Lushington , the 4th son of James Stephen and Mary Christian, born1784 died 1844.
He was Member of Council Madras in 1840
But was he the man in the photo?
I know no other Lushington who it could have been

Sir John Lushington Bt

26 July 2017, 15:23

Charles was born 1785 and went India ended his career as Chief Sec of Bengal Govt.
He returned to England in 1827. He was MP for Ashburton and then for Westminster until 1852
A director of Crystal Palace and London to Brighton Railway
He died at Brighton in 1866

So was he the Charles Lushington in the photograph?

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