Sir William Hustler, of Acklam, Cleveland, and Little Hatfield, Holderness, Yorkshire was an English draper and Whig politician who sat in the English and British House of Commons between 1695 and 1710. He was a member of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge and was great patron of .
Politically Hustler was a Whig, and has been noted as an associate of Hon. Thomas Wharton*.3. Returned unopposed for Northallerton in 1695 on the interest of the Whig Sir William Robinson, 1st Bt.*, Hustler was regarded as ‘a good man’ by the Duke of Leeds (Sir Thomas Osborne†).
When it was first published in 1959, The Hustler was the first--and the best--novel written about billiards in the 400-year history of the game. The book quickly won a respected readership and later an audience for the movie with the same name starring Paul Newman and Jackie "A wonderful hymn to the last true era when men of substance played pool with a vengeance."-4.1/5.
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Born in Bradford, Yorkshire, England on Abt. 1827 to Thomas Hustler and Mary unknown. William Hustler married Catherine Heggarty and had 13 children. He passed away on in Penshurst, Victoria, Australia.Place Of Birth: Bradford, Yorkshire, England.