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  • with similar names, see Author:William Hutton. 350925Q5879507William Holden HuttonWilliam HoldenHuttonHutton,_William Holden18601930English historian;
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  • (1529-1606)Charles William Sutton1891 HUTTON, MATTHEW (1529–1606), archbishop of York, son of Matthew Hutton of Priest Hutton, in the parish of Warton, North
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  • 28 Hutton, Matthew (1693-1758) by William Arthur Jobson Archbold 560433Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 28 Hutton, Matthew (1693-1758)William
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  • 1712) Hutton, John (1740?-1806) Hutton, Luke Hutton, Matthew (1529-1606) Hutton, Matthew (1639-1711) Hutton, Matthew (1693-1758) Hutton, Richard Hutton, Robert
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  • Archbold1891 HUTTON, HENRY (fl. 1619), satirical poet, born in the county of Durham, was a member of the same family as Matthew Hutton (1529-1606) [q
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  • criminal, is stated by Sir John Harington to have been a younger son of Matthew Hutton, archbishop of York; but Fuller, whose account is adopted by Thoresby
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  • at Westminster. Hutton also sued him for defamation, and recovered 10,000l. damages. Hutton was an intimate friend of Matthew Hutton [q. v.], archbishop
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  • daughter of Matthew Ward of Mountsorrel, Leicestershire, was born in Full Street, Derby, on 30 Sept. 1723. He traced his descent from Thomas Hutton (1586-1656)
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  • Hutchinson, William (1732-1814) Hutten, Leonard Hutton, John (1740?-1806) Hutton, John (d.1712) Hutton, William (1736?-1811) Illingworth, William Ingelo
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  • Table of contents A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
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  • P. for Omata and 'Grey and Bell', M.L.C.) Richmond, Major Hon. Matthew       (N.Z. M.P. and Chairman of Committees) Ridley, Rev. William Rignold, George
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  • Maty, Matthew by Thomas Seccombe 582163Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 37 Maty, MatthewThomas Seccombe1894 MATY, MATTHEW (1718–1776)
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  • Christopher (1632-1723) & Wren, Christopher (1675-1747) Wren, Matthew (1585-1667) & Wren, Matthew (1629-1672) Wrench, Benjamin Wrenn, Ralph Wrey, Bourchier
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  • OF WRITERS IN THE FIFTY-SECOND VOLUME. Dictionary of National Biography, Errata (1904), p.249 N.B.— f.e. stands for from end and l.l. for last line
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  • George John Douglas Campbell, 8th Duke of Armstrong, John, M.D. Arnold, Matthew Arnold, Sir Edwin Arnold, Thomas Ascham, Roger Asgill, John Ashmole, Elias
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  • Sir William. HUTTON, REV. ARTHUR WOLLASTON, M.A. (A W. Hu.) Leo XIII. (pope) ; Manning, Cardinal; Newman, Cardinal, Wiseman, Cardinal. HUTTON, REV. JOSEPH
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  • James (1600-1657) Balfour, James (1705-1795) Balfour, John Balfour, John Hutton Balfour, Nisbet Balfour, Robert (1550?-1625?) Balfour, Robert (d.1663) Balfour
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  • H. Miss Jennett Humphreys. W. H. The Rev. William Hunt. R. H. H. R. H. Hutton. C. F. K. C. F. Keary. C. K. Charles Kent. J. K. Joseph Knight. J. K. L
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  • Hunter, Claudius Stephen Hunter, John Kelso Husband, William Hutt, William Hutton, Robert Howard Ingram, Herbert Inman, William Irons, William Josiah Isaac
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  • Volume 37 Matthew, Tobie (1546-1628) by William Holden Hutton ‎ 1404678Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 37 Matthew, Tobie (1546-1628)William
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