Andrew Stewart Herron (October 27, 1823 – November 27, 1882) was an American lawyer, politician, and military officer.
Born in Nashville, Tennessee, Herron was a banker and lawyer in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He served as Secretary of State of Louisiana from 1852 to 1859. Herron served as a delegate to the Louisiana Secession Convention and then in the Confederate Army where he served as a military judge in Mobile, Alabama. In 1865, Herron was elected Louisiana Attorney General. Herron was in elected to the United States House of Representatives in 1882 and died on November 27, 1882, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, before he took the oath of office.
- 'Confederate Colonels,' Bruce A. Allardice, University of Missouri: 2008, Biographical Sketch of Andrew Stewart Herron, pg. 194
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