Lushington, Surviving? issue, 3 daughters. of Mark's Hall, Essex , and alderman of and M.P. for the city of London. HEIC Bengal Service. Persian Interpreter to the Commander-in-Chief, 1764. Supravisor of Hooghly, 1771. Resigned, October 31, 1773, and entered Parliament. Son of the Vicar of Eastbourne and brother of Henry Lushington who survived the Black Hole and was killed in the Patna Massacre (1763). Married Pauline French on March 28, 1769. Another brother, Stephen, was a Director of the East India Company from 1782 to 1802 ( Chairman, 1790, 1795, 1799) and was created a baronet in 1791. The Manor House at Eastbourne, which was the birthplace of these Lushingtons, has this year (1923) been acquired by the Corporation of the town and converted into a picture-gallery. There is a monument to Henry Lushington in the old Parish Church. Eight other Lushingtons served in Bengal, and four in Madras (including Stephen Rumbold Lushington, Governor of Fort Saint George from 1827 to 1832).