Sir John Duntze, 1st Baronet
- John Duntze redirects here. For the 2nd, 3rd and 7th baronets, also named John Duntze, see Duntze baronets
Duntze was the son of John Duntze merchant of Exeter and his wife Elizabeth Hawker, daughter of James Hawker or Hawkes of Luppitt, Devon. He was clothier and general merchant at Exeter. He married Frances Lewis, daughter of Samuel Lewis in or before 1765. In 1776 he founded a bank in London with John Halliday and William Mackworth Praed.
- "DUNTZE, John (c.1735-95), of Rockbeare, nr. Exeter, Devon". History of Parliament Online. Retrieved 26 October 2017.
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John Eardley Wilmot 1776–84
Hon. Dudley Ryder from 1784
Hon. Dudley Ryder
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