John Archer-Houblon

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John Archer Houblon (1 December 1773 – 31 May 1831) was a British Member of Parliament.

He was the eldest son of Jacob Houblon and his wife Sussannah Archer of Great Hallingbury, Essex and educated at Felsted School, Charterhouse School (1784–91) and Emmanuel College, Cambridge (1791). He succeeded his maternal grandfather in 1800, inheriting Welford Park, Berkshire and took the additional name of Archer by Royal Licence in 1801.

He was appointed High Sheriff of Essex for 1801–02 and elected MP for Essex in 1810, sitting until 1820.

He married Mary Ann, the daughter of Thomas Berney Bramston of Skreens, Essex, with whom he had 10 sons and 3 daughters.