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Abial Hussey (Brown) MP (1692 - 1722)

Abial Hussey (Brown) MP (1727 - d.)

Abial Dennis (Hussey) MP (1746 - 1838)

Abigail Hussey MP (1679 - 1763)

Abigail Hussey (Hall) MP (1680 - 1751)

Abigail Hussey (Bunker) MP (1762 - 1831)

Abigail Hussey (Starbuck) MP (1729 - 1817)

Abigail Starbuck married William Hussey, son of Sylvanus Hussey and Hepsabeth Starbuck. Abigail Starbuck was born on 28 February 1729; 10-12-1728 at Vol. VI, p. 137. She died on 4 January 1817 at age 8...

Alice Dalton (Hussey) MP (c.1318 - d.)

According to The John Dalton Book of Genealogy , on page 26, Sir John Dalton, son of Sir Robert Dalton, married Alice Hussey in 1327. She was the daughter of Sir Henry Hussey of Lancashire. Links to ...

Amice Corbet (Hussey) MP (c.1285 - 1310)

Amice, also known as Amicia, was from Wattlesborough, Shropshire, England. Amice, also known as Amicia, was from Wattlesborough, Shropshire, England.

Amy Cox (Hussey) MP (1742 - 1781)

Ankaret Hussey (le Strange) MP (b. - 1389)

Ankaret Hussey was the Great Grand Daughter Of King Edward lll

Ann Hussey (Cox) MP (1692 - 1743)

Jan Garretson, whose wife's name was Ann, had lived in the New Castle vicinity since the time of the Dutch control of the area. He had come to Delaware from Gelderland in Holland, sometime between 1657...

Ann Stanyan (Hussey) MP (1669 - 1749)

Ann Hussey (Inskeep) MP (c.1673 - aft.1733)

Ann Inskeep (daughter of John Inskeep & his wife, Sarah Ward) was born in Fulford in about 1673. As far as we can ascertain Ann emigrated to America with her younger brother John Inskeep and his wife M...

Anna Hussey (Bunker) MP (b. - 1792)

Anne Hussey (Grey), Baroness of Sleaford MP (c.1490 - bef.1546)

Anne Grey1,2,3 F, #62489, d. between 1 March 1545 and 11 February 1546 Father Sir George Grey, 2nd Earl of Kent, 5th Lord Grey of Ruthin, Constable of Northampton Castle4,2,3 d. 21 Dec 1503 Mothe...

Batchelder Hussey MP (1684 - 1737)

Links III) Bachelor, second son of Stephen and Martha (Bunker) Hussey, was born February 18, 1685, in Nantucket, where he lived many years, settling later in Biddeford, Maine. He was probably e...

Bathsheba Babb (Hussey) MP (1671 - 1713)

Bathsheba, another daughter of John and Rebecca Hussey, had married Thomas Babb while still in New England. Thomas and Bathsheba Babb settled in Brandywine Hundred. Bathsheba Babb, who died in 1713, se...

Bridget Hussey, Countess of Bedford MP (1525 - 1601)

Bridget Hussey was the daughter of John, Lord Hussey of Sleaford and Anne Grey. Some accounts give her birthdate as late as 1528. Her first husband was Sir Richard Morison (b. 1510 - d. 17 Mar 1556), o...

Bridget Hussey (Bowes) MP (1526 - 1575)

Catherine Dillon (Hussey) MP (1584 - 1633)

Catherine Hussey (NN) MP (b. - 1766)

CONSULT THE SOURCES PROVIDED The Peerage of England, Scotland, and Ireland: The peerage of England Genealogical History of the Dormant, Forfeited and Extinct Peerages of the British Empire by Sir B...

Charity Garretson (Hussey) MP (1681 - 1758)

Garret Garretson married Charity Hussey, a younger daughter of John and Rebecca Hussey. Quakers_in_Delaware_in_the_Tim.pdf?sid=&mbox=INBOX&uid=563260&number=4&filename=Quakers%20in%20Delaware%20in%20th...

Christopher Hussey MP (1770 - 1851)

Residence : 1850 - Baltimore, Henry, Iowa** Reference: FamilySearch Family Tree - SmartCopy : May 9 2017, 19:43:39 UTC

Christopher Hussey MP (1672 - 1727)

CHRISTOPHER HUSSEY discovered the Sperm Whale by accident in 1712, when his ship was blown off course into deep waters. When he killed the whale and brought it back to shore, it was discovered that in ...

Capt. Christopher Hussey MP (aft.1598 - 1686)

Deacon Hussey was captain of the militia and a magistrate, clerk, selectman and representative to the General Court, and when New Hampshire was made a royal province he was one of the councillors named...

Clothid Hussey (Baker) MP (1799 - c.1867)

Constance Lewknor (Hussey) MP (1459 - 1501)

Content Hussey MP (1685 - d.)

Edith Hussey (Way) MP (b. - 1772)

Sir Edward Hussey, 1st Baronet MP (1585 - 1648)

From Wikipedia, November 2014: Sir Edward Hussey, 1st Baronet (10 October 1585 – 22 March 1648) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons of England in 1640. He supported the Royalist...

Eleanor Hussey MP (1604 - 1635)

Elisabeth Coffin (Hussey) MP (1751 - 1795)

Her married name was Coffin. Elisabeth Hussey was born in 1751. She married Sylvanus Coffin, son of Richard Coffin and Ruth Bunker, in 1767; (m. in 11-1767). Elisabeth Hussey died on 26 July 1795. Li...

Elizabeth Garretson Corner (Hussey) MP (1736 - 1838)

On July 21, 1759 Joseph Comer and Elizabeth G. Hussey Comer applied for a certificate to remove to North Carolina. Their certificate was granted August 11, 1759. Elizabeth G. Hussey Comer was mentioned...

Elizabeth Hungerford (Hussey), 3rd Baroness Hungerford MP (c.1510 - 1554)

Third wife of Walter Hungerford, 1st Baron Hungerford of Heytesbury, whom she married in October 1532. Parents: daughter of John Hussey, 1st Baron Hussey of Sleaford. From Wikipedia : Hungerf...

Elizabeth Hussey (de Berkeley) MP (c.1443 - 1504)

Elizabeth Berkeley1,2,3,4 F, #34656, b. circa 1445, d. before 21 December 1504 Father Thomas Berkeley, Sheriff of Leicestershire2,3,4 b. c 1413, d. May 1488 Mother Petronella Brooksby b. c 1415, ...

Elizabeth Cole Travers (Hussey) MP (1622 - 1697)

Elizabeth Carleton (Hussey) MP (c.1539 - c.1608)

From Wikipedia The Marprelate Controversy was a war of pamphlets waged in England and Wales in 1588 and 1589, between a puritan writer who employed the pseudonym Martin Marprelate, and defenders of t...

Sir Giles Hussey, Kt. MP (c.1505 - c.1535)

Giles Hussey1,2 M, b. circa 1510 Father Sir John Hussey, Baron Sleaford b. 1466, d. 27 Aug 1537 Mother Anne Grey2 d. bt 1 Mar 1545 - 11 Feb 1546 Giles Hussey was born circa 1510 at of Dorking, ...

Hannah Field Hussey (Evans) MP (1690 - 1773)

Hannah Evans, dau of Robert and Ann (Thompson) Evans of Dover, NH, m. 1st, 1710, Zachariah Field Jr. (b. 1686). Following his early death, she m. 2nd, 1716, Richard Hussey Jr. (b. 1691). As an elderly ...

Helene, illegitimate daughter of Richard III, Duke of Normandy MP (1026 - d.)

Battle Abbey Roll Husee : Hoese, or Hussey. Sir Richard Hoare, in his History of Wilts, gives the following pedigree of this family, taken from an ancient MS. said to have been found among the munime...

Henry Hussey, 1st Baron Hussey MP (1265 - 1330)

Refer Henry Hoese From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Caldwell and related families Rootsweb Database. Hussey, was born December 21, 1265, according to "Complete Peerage." In 1275 the heirs of He...

Henry Hussey, 2nd Baron Hussey MP (1292 - bef.1349)

Henry Hussey, 2nd Baron Hussey, (1292–1349) of Harting and Palborough, co. Sussex, was an English nobleman. He was the son of Henry Hussey, 1st Baron Hussey and wife Isabel Moores. Over the generations...

Sir Henry Hussey, Kt. MP (c.1320 - 1383)

Sir Henry Hussey, Kt. MP (1343 - 1408)

Henry Hussey MP (b. - 1383)

Hephzibah Hussey (Starbuck) MP (1700 - 1764)

Hepzibah Hussey (Starbuck) MP (1721 - 1808)

Hope I Hussey MP (1674 - 1674)

Hope II Hussey MP (1674 - 1683)

Merge data conflict: Birth Date: March 19, 1674 vs. February 22, 1677

Huldah Weare (Hussey) MP (1670 - 1701)

Huldah Smith (Hussey) MP (1643 - 1740)

Find A Grave Memorial# 104224973 'Huldah Hussey Smith Birth: 1646 Death: unknown She was a daughter of Christopher Hussey 1598-3/1685 and Theodate Bachiler Hussey 1610-1658. She married J...

Huldah Bunker (Hussey) MP (1715 - 1798)

Isabel Hussey (Moores) MP (c.1273 - d.)

Jane Eaton (Hussey) MP (1547 - 1584)

William Etton or Eaton of Dover, Merchant. Will (in which he desires to be buried at St. James’s Dover) dated 24 Oct 1581, proved 1 Jan 1581-2 at Canterbury. He married Jane. She was executrix to her h...

Jane Hussey (Pigot) MP (1492 - 1531)

Jane Pigot1 F, #34651, b. circa 1495 Father Thomas Pigott, Esq. b. c 1454, d. 16 May 1513 Mother Isabel Gascoigne b. c 1457 Jane Pigot was born circa 1495 at of Clotherham, Yorkshire, England.2...

Jedediah Hussey MP (1678 - 1734)

Jedida Coffin (Hussey) MP (1708 - 1759)

Joan de Hungerford (Hussey) MP (c.1349 - 1412)

Of Holbroke, Somersetshire, England. About 1355, Joan born in England, coheir & d/o 7605546. Sir Edmund Hussey. 1376, Thomas married 2nd Joan. [Possibly related to his 1st wife.] 1411, Joan wro...

Lady Joan Forster (Hussey), of Sussex MP (c.1513 - 1605)

John Hussey, 1st Baron Hussey of Sleaford (sometimes "Huse"; 1465/1466 – 1536/1537) was Chief Butler of England[2] from 1521 until his death.[3] He was a member of the House of Lords, and a Chamberlain...

John Hussey, I MP (1568 - aft.1597)

Michelle Boyd's outstanding compilation of documents on the Hussey family ( ) includes: John Hussey and Mary Wood or Moor John Hussey married Mary Wood (also transcribed as Moor) 5 December 1593 in...

John Hussey, 1st Baron Hussey of Sleaford MP (c.1466 - 1537)

John Hussey, 1st Baron Hussey of Sleaford John Hussey, 1st Baron Hussey of Sleaford (1465/1466 – 1536/1537) (sometimes "Huse") was Chief Butler of England[2] from 1521 until his death.[3] He was a me...

John Hussey, III MP (1703 - 1770)

(Research):Source: The Epistle Vol I #8, Feb 1975. Marriage date is from IGI. However, the IGI also has a John Hussey and Margaret Riccord married in 1773 in Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire. Marri...

Reverend John Hussey MP (1635 - 1707)

Biographical Summary #1: John Hussey was baptized the last day of ye last mo: 1635 in Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, the son of Christopher Hussey and Theodate Bachiler. John married Rebecca Perkins 2 S...

John Hussey MP (1594 - 1597)

John Hussey MP (c.1600 - 1656)

Notes (1) !Research notes of Mrs. Avery Boucher, Joan Luckett, Shirley Lawhorn, N. Dale Morgan. Maryland Court & Archives records, Vol 65, p 673. Previous submitters/researchers have suggested that t...

John Hussey, II MP (1676 - 1733)

It can be assumed that New Castle Meeting had a strong infusion of new vitality about 1695 when John and Rebecca (Perkins) Hussey arrived in New Castle from Hampton, New Hampshire. They were accompanie...

John (#2) Hussey MP (1684 - 1684)

Joseph (Captain) Hussey MP (1634 - 1672)

: Farmer in his "General Register of the First Settlers of New England" suggests that Joseph Hussey was a son of Christopher Hussey. "One Hundred and Sixty Allied Families" concurs. Frank R. Holmes i...

Joseph Hussey MP (1699 - 1762)

Joseph Hussey, son of Richard Hussey and Jane Hussey, was born June 23, 1699 at Somersworth. He was maried to Sarah Jane Canney, daughter of Samuel Canney and Sarah Canney, about 1720. On March 22, 1...

Margaret Ballard (Hussey) MP (deceased)

Margaret Hussey (Verdon) MP (1310 - bef.1363)

Margery de Verdun was born on 10 August 1310 at Alton, Staffordshire, England.1 She was baptised on 10 August 1310 at Alton, Staffordshire, England.1 She was the daughter of Sir Theobald de Verdun, 2...

Margaret Howard (Hussey) MP (bef.1389 - aft.1418)

HUSSEY2 Mary HUSSEY Born: ABT 1389, Holbrook, Somersetshire, England Father: Henry HUSSEY Mother: Margeria ? Married: Henry HOWARD of Teringhampton Children: 1. Elizabeth HOWARD

Margaret Hussey (White) MP (1538 - 1571)

Margeria Hussey (Howard) MP (c.1365 - d.)

Sir Mark Hussey, Kt. MP (c.1316 - bef.1346)

MARCUS WAS THE SON OF HENRY AND HIS 1ST WIFE MAUD. Complete peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and ..., Volume 4 By George Edward Cokayne

Marmaduke Hussey, Baron Hussey of North Bradley MP (1923 - 2006)

The Lord Hussey of North Bradley, life baron, Chairman of the Board of Governors of the BBC, 1986-96, Chairman, Royal Marsden Hospital, 1985-98, has died at the age of 83. Marmaduke James Hussey was ...

Martha Hussey (Chamness) MP (1746 - 1830)

She was listed in both New Vienna Ioof and East Fork Quaker Cemetery, Clinton County Ohio on Find-a- Grave both of these memorials have been merged as one.; and neither one of the source links found in...

Martha Hussey (Bunker) MP (1656 - 1744)

Updated from MyHeritage Match via brother Richard , Jr. Swain by SmartCopy : Oct 3 2014, 17:45:48 UTC

Mary Catherine Jordan (Hussey) MP (1567 - 1626)

Mary Swett (Hussey) MP (1665 - 1719)

Her estate was appraised in 1764 by Meshech Weare and Jonathan Burnham at £1777, old tenor, "a note of hand for £1137 old tenor, on interest 'at 15 per cent' is named in the inventory."

Mary Dow (Hussey) MP (bef.1638 - 1733)

Birth: Apr 2 1638 - Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States Death: Jan 21 1733 - Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire, USA Husband: Thomas Page, Henry Green, Henry Dow Mary Hussey was the da...

Mary Hussey (Wroth) MP (c.1563 - 1647)

Mary Barnard (Hussey) MP (1689 - 1771)

Mary Hussey F, b. 1689, d. 8 January 1771 Father: Stephen Hussey b. 1630, d. 2 Feb 1718 Mother: Martha Bunker b. 1656, d. 21 Sep 1744 Her married name was Worth. Her married name was Barnar...

Mary Hussey (Thompson) MP (c.1599 - d.)

Mary Swain (Hussey) MP (1707 - 1758)


Matilda Hussey MP (c.1354 - d.)

Matilda HUSSEY Born: 1354, Holbrook, Somersetshire, England Father: Edmund HUSSEY (Sir) Mother: Joan ? Married: Phillip De La MARE Children: 1. Eleanor De La Mare (b. ABT 1374) (m. William ...

Maud Hussey MP (b. - c.1316)

N.N. Hussey MP (c.1528 - c.1560)

Nathan Hussey MP (1704 - 1775)

Hockessin Meeting were held in 1730. After the death of Casparius Garretson, Ann (Cox) Garretson married Nathan Hussey, son of John Hussey, Jr. Thus the Garretson and Hussey families became much intert...

Patience Hussey MP (1679 - 1683)

Phebe Hussey (Chase) MP (1774 - 1851)

Puella Gorham (Hussey) MP (1677 - 1748)

Sources Elizabeth Pearson White. John Howland of the Mayflower, Vol I. (Name: Rockport, Maine: Picton Press, 2004;), 11._FOOT: Elizabeth Pearson White, John Howland of the Mayflower, Vol I (Rockpor...

Rachel Coleman (Hussey) MP (1715 - 1796)

Rebecca Howland (Hussey) MP (1662 - 1739)

Marriage place of Rebecca and Samuel Collins was listed as Duxbury, New Hampshire. Laura Rail removed this as there is no town of Duxbury in New Hampshire. There is a town of Duxbury in Plymouth county...

Rebecca Perkin Hussey (Perkins) MP (1641 - 1711)

John Hussey and Rebecca Perkins John Hussey was baptized œthe last day of ye last mo: Ao 1635[1] in Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, the son of Christopher Hussey and Theodate Bachiler. John married Rebe...

Rebecca Hussey MP (1662 - d.)

Richard Hussey MP (c.1323 - 1361)

Ruth Swain (Hussey) MP (1758 - c.1830)

Ruth Hussey married Thaddeus Swain, son of David Swain and Martha Hussey. Ruth Hussey was born in 1758. She Removed to New Bedford in 11-1800. (Family of Thaddeus & Ruth) in 1800. She died circa 1830; ...

Ruth Gardner (Hussey) MP (1728 - 1827)