His eldest son, also named George Butler (1819-1890), was principal of Liverpool College (1866-1882) and canon of Winchester. In 1852 he married Josephine Elizabeth, daughter of John Grey of Dilston. Mrs Butler was a noted campaigner for the welfare of prostitutes.
His youngest son was the Rev. Dr Henry Montagu Butler, who also became head master of Harrow.
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