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Associate Judges of the New York Court of Appeals

This is a list of Associate Judges of the New York Court of Appeals, with their tenure on the court.[1][2]

Associate Judges serving before 1870

Judge Years Served Party Comment
William F. Allen (1854, 1862, 1870–1878) Democrat
William J. Bacon (1860, 1868)
Greene Carrier Bronson (1847-1851) Democrat
John W. Brown (1857, 1865)
Daniel Cady (1849)
William W. Campbell (1865)
George F. Comstock (1855-1861) American Also served as Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals
Charles Daniels (1869)
Noah Davis (1865)
Gilbert Dean (1855)
Robert Earl (1868-1870, 1870-1894) Democrat
Samuel A. Foot (1851)
Addison Gardiner (1847-1855) Democrat/Anti-Rent Also served as Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals
Hiram Gray (1851, 1859)
Martin Grover (1859, 1867–1870, 1870-1875) Democrat
Augustus C. Hand (1855)
Ira Harris (1850, 1858)
Ward Hunt (1865-1870) Republican Also served as Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals
Amaziah B. James (1861, 1869)
Freeborn G. Jewett (1846-1853) Democrat
Alexander S. Johnson (1852-1859, 1873-1874) Democrat
Samuel Jones (1847–1848)
John A. Lott (1861, 1869–1870) Democrat
Richard P. Marvin (1855, 1863)
Charles Mason (1853, 1861, 1868–1869)
John Maynard (1850) Whig
Theodore Miller (1868, 1875–1886) Democrat
Joseph Mullin (1864)
Amasa J. Parker (1854)
Rufus W. Peckham, Sr. (1866, 1870–1873) Democrat
John K. Porter (1865–1867) Republican|-
Daniel Pratt (1850, 1858)
Charles Herman Ruggles (1847-1855) Democrat Also served as Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals
Henry R. Selden (1862–1865)
Samuel Lee Selden (1856-1862) Democrat Also served as Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals
Selah B. Strong (1849, 1859)
Theron R. Strong (1858)
Josiah Sutherland (1862, 1870)
John Willard (1853) Democrat
Lewis B. Woodruff (1868–1869) Republican Also served on the Second U.S. Circuit Court

Former Associate Judges Serving between 1870 and 1974

Judge Years Served Appointing Governor/Party Comment
William F. Allen (1870–1878) Democrat
Charles Andrews (1870-1897) Republican Also served as Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals
William Shankland Andrews (1917–1928)
Edward T. Bartlett (1894–1910) Republican
Willard Bartlett (1906–1916) Democrat Also served as Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals
Francis Bergan (1964–1972) Nelson A. Rockefeller, Republican Also served as Presiding Justice of Appellate Division of the Supreme Court, Third Judicial Department
Charles D. Breitel (1967-1978) Republican/Liberal Also served as Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals
Bruce Bromley (1949) Thomas E. Dewey, Republican
Adrian P. Burke (1955–1973) Democrat/Liberal
Benjamin N. Cardozo (1914-1932) Democrat/Republican Also served as an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court
Emory A. Chase (1906–1921) Frank W. Higgins, Republican
Frederick Collin (1910–1920) Charles Evans Hughes, Republican
Albert Conway (1940-1959) Democrat/Republican Also served as Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals
Lawrence H. Cooke (1974-1984) Democrat Also served as Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals
Leonard C. Crouch (1932–1936) Franklin D. Roosevelt, Democrat
William H. Cuddeback (1913–1919) Democrat/Independence League
Edgar M. Cullen (1900-1913) Democrat/Republican Also served as Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals
George F. Danforth (1879–1889) Republican
Charles S. Desmond (1940-1966) Democrat/Republican Also served as Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals
Marvin R. Dye (1945–1965) Democrat/American Labor/Liberal
Robert Earl (1868-1870, 1870-1894) Democrat
Abram I. Elkus (1919–1920) Al Smith, Democrat
Edward R. Finch (1935–1943) Democrat
Charles J. Folger (1870-1881) Republican Also served as Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals
Francis M. Finch (1880–1895)
Henry A. Foster (1870)
Sydney F. Foster (1960–1963) Nelson A. Rockefeller, Republican Also served as Presiding Justice of Appellate Division of the Supreme Court, Third Judicial Department
Charles W. Froessel (1950–1962) Democrat/Liberal
Jacob D. Fuchsberg (1975–1983) Democrat
Stanley H. Fuld (1946-1973) Republican/Democrat Also served as Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals
Domenick L. Gabrielli (1973–1982) Republican/Conservative
James Gibson (1969–1972) Nelson A. Rockefeller, Republican Also served as Presiding Justice of Appellate Division of the Supreme Court, Third Judicial Department
John Clinton Gray (1888–1913)
Martin Grover (1859, 1867–1870, 1870-1875) Democrat
Albert Haight (1895–1912) Republican
Samuel Hand (1878-1879)
Frank H. Hiscock (1906-1926) Republican/Progressive Also served as Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals
John W. Hogan (1913–1923) Democrat
William B. Hornblower (1914) Democrat
Irving G. Hubbs (1929–1939) Republican Also served as Presiding Justice of Appellate Division of the Supreme Court, Fourth Judicial Department
Matthew J. Jasen (1968–1985)
Alexander S. Johnson (1852-1859, 1873-1874) Democrat
Hugh R. Jones (1973–1984) Republican/Conservative
Kenneth B. Keating (1965–1969) Republican Also served as U.S. Senator from New York
Henry T. Kellogg (1927–1934)
Irving Lehman (1923-1945) Democrat/Republican/American Labor Also served as Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals
Edmund H. Lewis (1940-1954) Republican/Democrat/Liberal Also served as Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals
John T. Loughran (1934-1953) Democrat/Republican/American Labor/Liberal Also served as Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals
Celora E. Martin (1896–1904) Republican
Isaac H. Maynard (1892–1893)
Chester B. McLaughlin (1918–1926) Charles S. Whitman, Republican
George Z. Medalie (1945–1946) Thomas E. Dewey, Republican Also served as U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York
Nathan Lewis Miller (1913–1915) Republican Also served as Governor of New York
Theodore Miller (1868, 1875–1886) Democrat
Denis O'Brien (1889–1907) Democrat Also served as New York Attorney General
John F. O'Brien (1927–1934) Al Smith, Democrat
Rufus W. Peckham, Jr. (1886–1895) Democrat Also served as an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court
Rufus W. Peckham, Sr. (1866, 1870–1873) Democrat
Cuthbert W. Pound (1915-1934) Republican/Democrat Also served as Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals
Samuel Rabin (1974) Malcolm Wilson, Republican Also served as Presiding Justice of Appellate Division of the Supreme Court, Second Judicial Department
Charles A. Rapallo (1870–1887) Democrat
Harlan W. Rippey (1937–1944) Democrat
John F. Scileppi (1963–1972) Democrat/Liberal
Samuel Seabury (1914–1916) Democrat/Progressive/Independence League/American
Charles B. Sears (1940) Herbert H. Lehman, Democrat Also served as Presiding Justice of Appellate Division of the Supreme Court, Fourth Judicial Department
Harold A. Stevens (1974) Malcolm Wilson, Republican Also served as Presiding Justice of Appellate Division of the Supreme Court, First Judicial Department
Thomas D. Thacher (1943–1948) Thomas E. Dewey, Republican Also served as Solicitor General of the United States and as a U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York
Benjamin F. Tracy (1881–1882) Alonzo B. Cornell, Republican Also served as the United States Attorney for the Eastern District of New York and the United States Secretary of the Navy
Irving G. Vann (1895–1912) Levi P. Morton, Republican
John Van Voorhis (1953–1967) Thomas E. Dewey, Republican
Sol Wachtler (1973-1992) Republican Also served as Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals
William E. Werner (1900–1916) Republican/Democrat

Associate Judges Serving since 1974

Judge Years Served Appointing Governor/Party Comment
Sheila Abdus-Salaam (2013–) Andrew Cuomo, Democrat
Fritz W. Alexander, II (1985-1992) Mario Cuomo, Democrat
Joseph W. Bellacosa (1987-2000) Mario Cuomo, Democrat
Charles D. Breitel (1967-1978) Republican/Liberal Also served as Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals
Carmen Beauchamp Ciparick (1994–2012) Mario Cuomo, Democrat
Lawrence H. Cooke (1974-1984) Democrat Also served as Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals
Eugene M. Fahey (2015-) Andrew Cuomo, Democrat
Jacob D. Fuchsberg (1975–1983) Democrat
Domenick L. Gabrielli (1973–1982) Republican/Conservative
Victoria A. Graffeo (2000–2014) George Pataki, Republican Also served as Solicitor General for the State of New York
Stewart F. Hancock, Jr. (1986–1993) Mario Cuomo, Democrat
Matthew J. Jasen (1968–1985)
Hugh R. Jones (1973–1984) Republican/Conservative
Theodore T. Jones (2007–2012) Eliot Spitzer, Democrat
Judith S. Kaye (1983-2008) Mario Cuomo, Democrat Also served as Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals
Howard A. Levine (1993–2002) Mario Cuomo, Democrat
Bernard S. Meyer (1979–1986) Hugh L. Carey, Democrat
Eugene F. Pigott, Jr. (2006–) George Pataki, Republican Also served as Presiding Justice of Appellate Division of the Supreme Court, Fourth Judicial Department
Susan Phillips Read (2003–) George Pataki, Republican
Jenny Rivera (2013–) Andrew Cuomo, Democrat
Albert Rosenblatt (1998–2007) George Pataki, Republican
Richard D. Simons (1983-1997) Mario Cuomo, Democrat
George Bundy Smith (1992–2006) Mario Cuomo, Democrat
Robert S. Smith (2004–2014) George Pataki, Republican
Leslie E. Stein (2015-) Andrew Cuomo, Democrat
Vito J. Titone (1985–1998) Mario Cuomo, Democrat
Sol Wachtler (1973-1992) Republican Also served as Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals
Richard C. Wesley (1997–2003) George Pataki, Republican Subsequently appointed to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit

See also

References

  1. ^ The Historical Society of the Courts of the State of New York
  2. ^ A complete listing of judges from 1847 to 1998
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