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List of federal judges appointed by Andrew Johnson

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List of federal judges appointed by Andrew Johnson

Following is a list of all United States federal judges appointed by President Andrew Johnson during his presidency.[1] Johnson appointed only nine Article III federal judges during his presidency, all to United States district courts. Andrew Johnson is one of only four presidents[2] who did not have an opportunity to appoint a judge to serve on the Supreme Court. In April, 1866 he nominated Henry Stanbery to fill the vacancy left with the death of John Catron, but the Republican Congress eliminated the seat.

District courts

Judge Court Began active
Ended active
Blatchford, SamuelSamuel Blatchford S.D.N.Y. [3]
Bryan, George SeabrookGeorge Seabrook Bryan D.S.C.
Brooks, George WashingtonGeorge Washington Brooks D.N.C. [4] [5]
Clark, DanielDaniel Clark D.N.H.
Dundy, Elmer ScipioElmer Scipio Dundy D. Neb.
Erskine, JohnJohn Erskine N.D. Ga.
S.D. Ga.
[4] April 25, 1882
Fox, EdwardEdward Fox D. Me.
Hill, Robert AndrewsRobert Andrews Hill S.D. Miss.
N.D. Miss.
Sherman, Charles TaylorCharles Taylor Sherman N.D. Ohio

Specialty courts

United States Court of Claims

Judge Began active
Ended active
Milligan, SamuelSamuel Milligan 1868 1874





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