Moses Haughton was an English engraver and painter, often of miniatures.
There he became a friend of William Roscoe and possibly studied under George Stubbs before enrolling at the Royal Academy Schools in London in 1795.
Born in Wednesbury in the Black Country, the nephew of the painter Moses Haughton the elder, he moved to Liverpool in 1790. In 1796 William Roscoe mentions Haughton as a "young engraver" of note. After Fuseli"s death, Mistress
Fuseli lived with the Haughton family until her own death.
Haughton exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1808 to 1848. Two of his miniatures, "The Love Dream", and "The Captive" were engraved by R. West. Sievier.
Other portraits were also engraved. Amongst his notable portrait subjects were Erasmus Darwin and Sir Joshua Reynolds.