Richard Butler

Richard Butler

Richard Butler may refer to:

*Richard Butler (general) (1743–1791), American Revolutionary War general, later killed fighting American Indians in Ohio

*Rab Butler, Richard Austen Butler (1902–1982), British politician and Chancellor of the Exchequer
*Sir Richard Butler (Australian politician) (1850–1925), Premier of South Australia
*Sir Richard Layton Butler (1885–1966), Australian politician, Premier of South Australia
*Richard Butler (diplomat) (born 1942), Australian diplomat, arms inspector, and ex-Governor of Tasmania

*Richard Butler (singer) (born 1956), British post-punk singer
**"Richard Butler", the singer's self-titled album released in 2006
*Richard Butler, Jr. is the real name of rapper/songwriter Rico Love

*Richard Butler (author), a British dramatist
*Rich Butler, baseball player
*Richard Butler (soccer), socer coach
*Richard Butler (publisher) (1834-1925), Canadian publisher
*Richard Girnt Butler (1918–2004), American founder of the Aryan Nations

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