John Hutton (Conservative politician)

Hutton in 1895.

John Hutton (10 January 1847 – 19 December 1921) was a British Conservative politician who sat in the House of Commons in two periods between 1868 and 1906.

Hutton was the son of John Hutton of Sowber Hill and his wife Caroline Robson, daughter of Thomas Robson of Holtby Hall, Yorkshire. He was educated at Eton College and Christ Church, Oxford. He was a lieutenant in the North York Militia and a J.P. for the North Riding of Yorkshire.[1]

At the 1868 general election Hutton was elected Member of Parliament for Northallerton. He held the seat until 1874.[2] At the 1895 general election Hutton was elected MP for Richmond, Yorkshire. He held the seat until 1906.[3]

Hutton died at the age of 74.


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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Hon. Egremont Lascelles
Member of Parliament for Northallerton
Succeeded by
George Elliot
Preceded by
George Elliot
Member of Parliament for Richmond
Succeeded by
Sir Francis Dyke Acland

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