Which Hutton's may be related to Archbishop of York Matthew Hutton late 16th Century?

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My Hutton ancestors were all on the same large area of land in Eccleshill, Yorkshire from at least 1712 according to land records etc.    Gt.gt.gt.grandfather William Hutton married at Calverley Parish Church in 1800.    A gt.grandson of the Archbishop Matthew Hutton was Richard Hutton who was a minister of Calverley Church and lived at Pudsey not far from Eccleshill.    We could have a connection but really need dna from Matthew who is entombed in York Minster Abbey.    It is most likely that both Hutton branches descend from the Cumbrian Huttons as does Professor Ronald Huttton.
in The Tree House by Malcolm Hutton G2G Crew (720 points)

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