Lushington, of Park House, near Maidstone, barrister-at-law, one of the Puisne Judges of Ceylon, subsequently Chief Commissioner of the Colonial Board of Audit, and Master of the Crown Office. Venn's entry reads: Lushington, Edmund Henry. College: QUEENS' Entered: Michs. 1784 Born: July 11, 1766 Died: Mar. 27, 1839 Adm. pens. at QUEENS', June 26, 1782. Of Cambs. (2nd s. of the Rev. James Stephen (1752), by his 1st wife Mary, dau. of the Right Rev. Edmund Law, D.D., Bishop of Carlisle. B. July 11, 1766. Bapt. Aug. 22, 1766, at Little St Mary's, Cambridge. School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1784; Scholar, 1787; B.A. (4th Wrangler) 1787; M.A. 1790. Fellow, 1792. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 15, 1787. Called to the Bar, May 3, 1793. Bencher. Puisne Judge in Ceylon, 1801. Chairman and Chief Commissioner of the Colonial Audit Board. Master of the Crown Office. Married (1) Jan. 2, 1801, Louisa, dau. of Faulknor Phillips, of Manchester, and had issue, one daughter; (2) Apr. 12, 1810, Sophia, 5th dau. of Thomas Philips, of Sedgley, near Manchester, and had further issue. Died Mar. 27, 1839, at his residence, Park House, near Maidstone, Kent. Father of Edmund L. (1826), Henry (1828) and Franklin (1840); brother of Thomas G. (1782) and step-brother of William J. (1790). (D.N.B., Henry only; Burke, L.G.; Inns of Court; Al. Carthus.) "esq. of Park Place, in the county of Kent , barrister at law, late one of the puisne judges at Ceylon , subsequently chief commissioner of the Colonial Board of Audit, and master of the Crown Office,"