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Richard Hutson

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Richard Hutson
Richard Hutson

Richard Hutson (1747 – April 12, 1795) was an American lawyer, judge, and politician from Charleston, South Carolina. He represented South Carolina as a delegate to the Continental Congress, where he signed the Articles of Confederation. After the British captured Charleston in 1780, he was held as a prisoner at St. Augustine, Florida for a time. After he returned home, he served as the eighth Lieutenant Governor of South Carolina under Governor John Mathews in 1782 and 1783.

On September 11, 1783, Hutson was elected the first intendant (mayor) of Charleston, South Carolina.[1] He was re-elected on September 13, 1784, by a vote of 387 (Hutson) to 127 (Alexander Gillon).[2]

Born in Beaufort County to Rev. William Hutson and Mary (Woodward) Hutson, he moved to Charleston with his family in 1756. The Pennsylvania Gazette of October 10, 1765 lists him as a member of the graduating class of 1765 at Princeton University (then known as The College of New Jersey). He is buried in a vault at the Independent Congregational (Circular) Churchyard in Charleston.[3]

References

  1. ^ "Charleston, Sept. 13". The South-Carolina Weekly Gazette. Charleston, South Carolina. September 13, 1783. p. 3. Retrieved January 24, 2014.
  2. ^ "Yesterday came on the election . ." South Carolina Gazette and General Advertiser. Charleston, South Carolina. September 14, 1784. p. 4. Retrieved January 24, 2014.
  3. ^ http://www.HalseyMap.com/Flash/mayors-detail.asp?polID=4

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Political offices
Preceded by
Christopher Gadsden
Lieutenant Governor of South Carolina
1782–1783
Succeeded by
Richard Beresford
Preceded by
None
Mayor of Charleston, South Carolina
1783–1785
Succeeded by
Arnoldus Vander Horst
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