- Hutton (surname)
- Hutton Gibson (born 1918), American writer, Jeopardy game show champion, and father of actor and director Mel Gibson
- James Hutton – was a Scottish physician, geologist, naturalist, chemical manufacturer and experimental agriculturalist.
- Charles Hutton - English mathematician.
- Brian Hutton, Baron Hutton - former Lord Chief Justice of Northern Ireland and British Lord of Appeal in Ordinary. Known for the Hutton Inquiry which investigated circumstances surrounding the death of Dr. David Kelly.
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“Most people die from the remedy rather than from the illness.”
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