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Nineteenth Century New Zealand Artists: A Guide & Handbook

HUTTON, Thomas Biddulph 1824–1886

HUTTON, Thomas Biddulph 1824–1886

Arrived New Zealand 1843 to teach at St John's College, at that time at Te Waimate in the Bay of Islands but in 1844 moved to Auckland. Probably a sketching companion sometimes of W. J. W. Warburton, who had travelled to New Zealand on the same ship. Became a deacon 1847; in 1849 married Sarah, daughter of Henry Williams, and took orders in 1853. Drawings by Hutton were among those used by the Rev. W. C. Cotton to illustrate his journals, now in the Mitchell Library. Microfilms of the MSS are in AIML and photocopies in Turnbull. Watercolours in ACAG.