Lieutenant-General Coote Synge-Hutchinson (7 August 1832 – 13 February 1902) was a British Army officer.
He was later promoted to Lieutenant General and became Honorary Colonel of the 19th Royal Hussars from 24 March 1899 to 13 February 1902.
His nephew was Colonel Edward Douglas Brown VC.
In 1888, at the age of 56, he married Emily Charlotte Jecks. Together they had a daughter, Haidee. In 2007 Coote Synge-Hutchinson's descendants sold his Indian Mutiny Medal and a VC Ribbon Bar which had been awarded to his nephew Edward Douglas Brown at auction. Together the pieces brought in £2,128.
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