Clan Hutton of that Ilk, Scotland; descended and derived from Hutton in Berwickshire; first recorded in Scotland with, Simon de Hoton who was juror on an inquest in Lanark, 1263. The present arms arms were registered to Dr. John Hutton, chief physician to William and Mary in 1692, and a direct descendant of Hutton of that Ilk.
Arms: Or, a lion rampant azure, between three arrows points downwards, two and one proper headed and feathered argent, on a chief gules as many bezants.
Crest: A serpent catching at the finger of a man’s hand which issues from a cloud all proper.
Motto: Si Deus quis contra (If God is for us, who is against us)