Weston, Hugo an English divine of the 16th century, was a native of Lincolnshire. He was educated at Baliol College, Oxford; became proctor of Oxford in 1537, was rector of Lincoln College in 1537-38, elected Margaret professor of divinity in 1540, became rector of St..Botolph's in 1543, archdeacon of Cornwall in 1547, dean of Westminster in 1553, archdeacon of Colchester in the same year, dean of Windsor in 1556, was deprived of his preferments by cardinal Pole for alleged immorality in 1557, and died in 1558. He was the author of, Oratio coran Patribus et Clero, Anno Primo Marice (1553): — Disputations with Cranmer, Ridley, and Latimer in the Divinity School, Oxford (1554). See Allibone, Dict. of Brit and Amer. Authors, s.v.