Samuel Stillwell Doughty (1810 - July, 1888) was a New York City surveyor active in the middle part of the 19th century. Doughty was the son of another New York City Surveyor, Edward Doughty, from whom he learnt the trade. Doughty produced numerous city surveys and cadastral maps used for property transfers and legal disputes. From 1844 to about 1846 he also held the position of New York City Street Commissioner. Samuel was highly significant in the early development of New York City. He laid out may of the streets in upper New York as well as assisted on the initial surveys of Central Park. In 1880 he published short biography of his father, Edward Doughty. He resided on 28th Street near Broadway, New York City.