Charles Hutchinson (Nottingham MP)

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Charles Hutchinson (1636-1695) was an English politician.


He was M.P. for Nottingham during the second and third Parliaments of King William III of England. He was the 5th son of Sir Thomas Hutchinson (M.P.) by his second wife Lady Catherine Stanhope of Selford and his first son by Lady Catherine. His mother was the daughter of Sir John Stanhope, and the half sister of Philip Stanhope, 1st Earl of Chesterfield.


He married Issabella Boteler or Butler, she was the daughter of Sir Francis Boteler or Butler of Hatfield Woodhall. His niece was Catherine Cotton daughter of Charles Cotton. She was married to Sir Kingsmill Lucy 2nd Bt. Their son was Sir Berkeley Lucy 3rd Bt. His mother was Lady Theophila Berkeley daughter of George Berkeley, 1st Earl of Berkeley.


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