Sir Charles Huntington, 1st Baronet
Sir Charles Philip Huntington, 1st Baronet (c.1833 – 23 December 1906) was a British industrialist and Member of Parliament.
Charles moved with his two brothers to work in the wallpaper industry in Darwen, Lancashire and eventually became a Director of Wallpaper Manufacturers Ltd., who sold the Walpamur range of products.
He was made 1st Baronet Huntington of the Clock House, Chelsea on 28 June 1906 but died there soon afterwards in January 1907. He had married June Hudson Sparkes of Merton, Surrey, with whom he had several children, and was succeeded in the baronetcy by two of his sons in turn, Henry Leslie (1885-1907) and Charles Philip (1888-1928), after which the baronetcy became extinct. His daughter Marguerite married Cecil Norton, 1st Baron Rathcreedan, MP.
- "Crown Paint-Brushstrokes of History" (PDF). Retrieved 2 October 2014.
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The Viscount Cranborne
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Henry Leslie Huntington