Francis Hely-Hutchinson

Francis Hely-Hutchinson (26 October 1769 – 16 December 1827), styled The Honourable from 1783, was an Irish politician.


He was the son of Christiana Nickson, 1st Baroness of Donoughmore of Knocklofty and The Rt Hon. John Hely-Hutchinson. He served as Member of Parliament in the Irish House of Commons for Dublin University from 1790 to 1798 and then for Naas from 1798 until the Act of Union in 1801.

He married Frances Nixon and had nine children. Their daughter, Louisa Frances Hely-Hutchinson married Francis Synge-Hutchinson and their son was Lt-Gen Coote Synge-Hutchinson. His son John succeeded to the peerages created for both his mother and brother.


Parliament of Ireland
Preceded by
Laurence Parsons
Arthur Browne
Member of Parliament for Dublin University
With: Arthur Browne
Succeeded by
Hon. George Knox
Arthur Browne
Preceded by
Sir James Bond, 1st Bt
George Damer, Viscount Milton
Member of Parliament for Naas
1798 – 1801
With: Hon. Thomas Pelham 1798
John Macartney 1798–1801
Succeeded by
Parliament of the United Kingdom
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