Francis Ullathorne Gledhill (1803 – 2 October 1882) was a New Zealand politician. He was born in 1803 in Halifax, Yorkshire, England, and came to New Zealand in 1844, settling in New Plymouth and opening a shop and the first tanning works in the area. He served in the first and third Parliaments, representing New Plymouth in the former and Omata in the latter. Between his two terms in office, he was a volunteer in the First Taranaki War. He died in New Plymouth on 2 October 1882, and was buried at Te Henui Cemetery.
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