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Stephen Hussey, son of Christopher Hussey and Ann Garretson Hussey, was born at Doe Run, Pennsylvania in York County 10th, 7th month, 1739, according to minutes of Warrington Monthly Meeting.  His date of birth is confirmed by "North Carolina Revolutionary Soldiers  Patriots" by Joseph T. Maddox.  DAR Application No. 472275 shows his place of birth as Bucks County, Pennsylvania.  It is believed that his parents removed to Warrington, Pennsylvania about 1740.

He was a witness to the marriage of Record Hussey and Miriam Harrey at Warrington June 9, 1756.  It is believed that he removed with his parents to Orange County, North Carolina in 1759.

When the Hussey family arrived in Orange County some 20 young people of the Quaker church gathered to welcome the newcomers, according to "A Branch of the Hussey Family in America" by Roland Fountain Hussey and Grace Griffin Hubbell.  In the group of welcomers was 13-year-old Martha Chamness who remarked when she saw 20-year-old Stephen Hussey, "I intend to have this young man for my husband."  And she did, three years later, September 3, 1762.

Martha Chamness was the daughter of Anthony Chamness and Sarah Cole Chamness, according to records of Cane Creek Monthly Meeting.  She was born 11th, 11th month, 1746 in Frederick County, Maryland.  Anthony Chamness was born in "Est. Smithfield, London, England" to John Chamness and Ann Chamness.  Sarah Cole Chamness was born 1st, 5th month, 1718 in Baltimore, Maryland, according to Cane Creek records.

Anthony Chamness was kidnapped in London when he was a small boy just old enough to remember his name, brought to America and "bound out" until he was of age, according to "A Branch of the Hussey Family in America."  There was an estate left to him in England, but his wife would not consent for him to cross the ocean again, and the estate was left unsettled, according to the volume.

He and Sarah Cole, daughter of Joseph Cole and Sushannah Cole of Baltimore, were married about 1736 in Baltimore.  Anthony Chamness wrote his will November 24, 1775 in Chatham County, North Carolina and in it mentioned "daughter, Martha Hussey."  Anthony Chamness died September 20, 1777, at age 64, and was buried at Cane Creek Monthly Meetinghouse.

Children born to Anthony Chamness and Sarah Cole Chamness include:

 Elizabeth Chamness  born 1st, 8th month, 1737
 Sushanna Chamness  born 31st, 3rd month, 1738
 Joseph Chamness   born 3rd, 3rd month, 1740
 Sarah Chamness    born 11th, 2nd month, 1742
 Mary Chamness    born 11th, 9th month, 1743
 Martha Chamness   born 11th, 11th month, 1746
 John Chamness    born 6th, 1st month, 1749
 Anthony Chamness   born 6th, 2nd month, 1751
 Rachel Chamness (twin) born November 11, 1756
 Ann Chamness (twin)  born November 11, 1756
 Lydia Chamness    born December 14, 1758
 Joshua Chamness   born April 5, 1761

Ann Chamness, twin daughter of Anthony Chamness and Sarah Cole Chamness, was born November 11, 1756.  She was married about 1776 to Jesse Comer, son of Robert Comer and Rebecca Gregg Houghton Comer.

Stephen Hussey was named along with his father to a group ordered to layout a road in Orange County in August 1764, according to Orange County Court records.

He was a witness to the will of Thomas Cox which was probated in November 1771, according to "Guilford County, North Carolina Will Abstracts."  He was mentioned in a deed dated July 20, 1774 when Solomon Cox and Naomi "Amy" Hussey Cox, his sister conveyed land that adjoined his, according to "Guilford County Deed Book 1", page 340.

He was cited for "patriotic service and rendering material aid" in North Carolina during the Revolutionary War in "DAR Patriot Index."  He was paid 186 pounds for his services [or goods] by the North Carolina Continental Line, according to "State Records of North Carolina."

Stephen Hussey was enumerated as the head of a household in the 1790 census of Randolph County, North Carolina, page 99.  The family was listed as:

 "Hussey, Stephen white male over 16
        white female [Martha Chamness Hussey]
        white male over 16[Stephen Hussey]
        white male over 16[Joshua Hussey]
        white male under 16[William Hussey]
        white male under 16[Christopher Hussey]

Stephen Hussey reappeared in the 1800 census of Randolph County, page 316.  His household was given as:

 "Hussey, Stephen white male over 45
        white female over 45
             [Martha ChamnesHussey]
        white male 16-26[William Hussey]
        white male 16-26[Christopher Hussey]
        white female 16-26[Martha Hussey]
        white female 10-16"

It is believed that Stephen Hussey and Martha Chamness Hussey followed Solomon Cox and Naomi "Amy" Hussey Cox in a move to Virginia about 1782.  In Kegley's "Militia of Montgomery County, Virginia, 1777-1790" the name of "Stephen Hussey" appeared.

In 1806 they moved in covered wagons, along with son Joshua Hussey through Tennessee and Kentucky, crossing the Ohio River at Maysville, Kentucky, to Ohio in a six-week journey, according to "History of Highland County, Ohio."  On July 1, 1809 Stephen Hussey and Martha Chamness Hussey received a certificate from Cane Creek Monthly Meeting to remove to Fairfield Monthly Meeting in Highland County, Ohio.  He appeared in the 1810 tax list of Highland County, living in Liberty Township near Hillsborough, Ohio.  Later he lived near New Vienna, Ohio.

Stephen Hussey wrote his will June 29, 1811.  He named "wife, Martha; daughters Elizabeth Cox, Sarah Cox and Martha Underwood and sons Christopher, Stephen, Joshua and William."  He mentioned "money due me in Carolina" and named Christopher Hussey and Joshua Hussey as executors.  James Hadley and Anne Hadley were witnesses to the will which was proven in court in an undated session.  Bond was given by the executors April 7, 1812.

Stephen Hussey died March 9, 1812 and was "buried at East Fork," according to records of Clear Creek Monthly Meeting.  Martha Chamness Hussey died at East Fork, Ohio December 9, 1830.

Children born to them include:

 Elizabeth Hussey     born January 30, 1765
 Sarah Hussey      born June 14, 1768
 Christopher Hussey    born November 19, 1770
 Stephen Hussey     born October 3, 1773
 Joshua Hussey     born November 10, 1776
 William Hussey     born September 18, 1780
 Martha Hussey     born December 19, 1787

Elizabeth Hussey, daughter of Stephen Hussey and Martha Chamness Hussey, was born January 30, 1765 in Orange County, North Carolina.  She was married November 22, 1781 to Thomas Cox, as his second wife, according to records of Cane Creek Monthly Meeting.  He was the son of Thomas Cox and Martha Cox of Holly Springs Monthly Meeting, Randolph County, North Carolina.  Thomas Cox, a miller, was born in 1750 and died at the age of 103 in 1853, according to "DAR Patriot Index" in which he was cited as a private who served in the North Carolina Continental Line during the Revolutionary War.  Elizabeth Hussey Cox was mentioned in her father's will dated June 29, 1811.  She died in 1846. Children born to them are unknown.

Sarah Hussey, daughter of Stephen Hussey and Martha Chamness Hussey, was born June 14, 1768 in Orange County.  She was married February 21, 1788 to Thomas Cox, Jr., a cousin of Thomas Cox who married her sister, Elizabeth Hussey, in Randolph County, according to records of Cane Creek Monthly Meeting.  Sarah Hussey Cox was mentioned in the will of her father dated June 29, 1811.  Children born to them are unknown.

Christopher Hussey, son of Stephen Hussey and Martha Chamness Hussey, was born in Orange County November 19, 1770, according to DAR Application No. 472275.  He was married about 1792 to Sarah Barker in Randolph County, according to Oleta Mae Carey Keen.  Ohio was admitted to the union in 1802 as a "free" state, and the Quakers who were having difficulty with the slavery problem in North Carolina generally moved there as they were able to dispose of their property.  In 1805 Christopher Hussey moved his family to Ross County, Ohio.  He was followed by his parents in 1806.

Christopher Hussey joined his brother Stephen Hussey in a move to Highland County, Ohio in September 1805.  Christopher Hussey "of Ross County" bought 350 acres in Highland County January 26, 1807, according to Highland County Deed Book 1, page 52.  His brother Stephen Hussey bought 300 acres there on the following day.  On February 22, 1807 Christopher Hussey joined Joshua Kenworthy to sell 93 acres to Isaac Kenworthy, according to Highland County Deed Book 2, page 312.

A request was received by Fairfield Monthly Meeting in Highland County March 26, 1808 from Sarah Barker Hussey on behalf of her children and herself.  The children were listed as "Sarah, Stephen, Mary, Priscilla, William and John," in the church records.  Sarah Barker Hussey was received by Fairfield Monthly Meeting on a certificate from Cane Creek Monthly Meeting dated November 5, 1808.  Christopher Hussey was received into fellowship April 29, 1809 on a certificate from Clear Creek Monthly Meeting dated September 3, 1808.

Christopher Hussey was named co-executor of his father's will written June 11, 1811 and made bond April 7, 1812.  Sarah Barker Hussey died April 14, 1814 and was buried at Clear Creek Cemetery.

Christopher Hussey was living with his widowed mother in 1815 in Highland County.  He was remarried June 29, 1815 to Mrs. Rachel R. Jackson Graham, daughter of Jacob Jackson and Ann Jackson of Clinton County, according to records of Clear Creek Monthly Meeting.

Although he was lame due to a childhood injury to his ankle which left one leg shorter than the other and required his use of a cane, he made his living as a farmer and a blacksmith.  On May 13, 1818 he purchased 302 acres of land in Highland County, according to Highland County Deed Book 5, page 110.  On February 15, 1819 Christopher Hussey and Rachel R. Jackson Graham Hussey sold 50 acres to "Isaac Kinworth", according to Highland County Deed Book 1, page 520.  [This individual was probably Isaac Kenworthy who had bought land from him some 12 years earlier.]  He sold 125 acres to Samuel Carey December 8, 1828, according to Highland County Deed Book 5, page 452.  He sold 125 acres March 16, 1829 to "William Hussey" [believed to be his brother], according to Highland County Deed Book 5, page 484.  On September 16, 1831 he purchased an additional 50 acres, according to Highland County Deed Book 11, page 191.

He was enumerated as the head of a household in the 1840 census of Highland County, Liberty township, page 121.

On November 4, 1841 Christopher Hussey and Rachel R. Jackson Graham Hussey deeded 116 acres in Liberty township to their son Christopher Hussey, Jr., according to Highland County Deed Book 9, page 260.

On December 18, 1843 Christopher Hussey bought 10 acres of land, according to Highland County Deed Book 10, page 626.  He and his wife sold the acreage to Joseph Wright February 23, 1849, as recorded in the county's Deed Book 16, page 18.

Christopher Hussey was given a certificate to Miami Monthly Meeting, Warren County, Ohio December 12, 1846 by Clear Creek Monthly Meeting.  He was received by Miami Monthly Meeting February 24, 1847.  He was given a certificate back to Clear Creek Monthly Meeting September 22, 1847 and was received there November 13, 1847.  He was disowned by the congregation for "disunity" July 8, 1848.

It is believed that Rachel R. Jackson Graham Hussey died in 1849 and that Christopher Hussey joined his son Christopher Hussey in a move to Henry County, Iowa in that year.  "Christopher Hussey, Sr." was recorded in the federal census of 1850 of Henry County, page 267.  He, living alone, was recorded adjacent to his son as Household No. 1576-1576 as "Christopher Hussey, Sr, 81, born in North Carolina, farmer."  He died January 1851 at the home of his son in Lee County, Iowa.

Children born to Christopher Hussey and Sarah Barker Hussey include:

 Stephen Hussey      born August 16, 1793
 Sarah Hussey       born February 17, 1795
 Mary Hussey       born March 13, 1797
 Priscilla Hussey      born September 3, 1800
 William Hussey      born February 28, 1802
 Elizabeth "Betsy" Hussey   born March 1, 1805
 John Hussey       born November 15, 1806
 Kerenhappuch Hussey    born July 28, 1809
 Eunice Hussey      born November 6, 1812

Children born to Christopher Hussey and Rachel R. Jackson Graham Hussey include:

 Christopher Hussey (twin)  born July 26, 1816
 Lydia Hussey (twin)     born July 26, 1816

Stephen Hussey, son of Christopher Hussey and Sarah Barker Hussey, was born August 16, 1793 probably in Orange County, North Carolina, according to family records.  His tombstone shows him to be born in 1796.  He was mentioned in a request made by his mother recorded in the minutes of Fairfield Monthly Meeting March 26, 1808.

He was married October 24, 1816 in Highland County to Katharine Williams, daughter of William Williams and Phebe Williams of Highland County.  William Williams mentioned his daughter in his will dated March 24, 1842.

Katherine Williams Hussey died July 31, 1847 "at age 49 years, 26 days" and was buried in High Top Quaker Cemetery.  Stephen Hussey was remarried shortly afterwards, wife's name Susan.  Stephen Hussey died July 18, 1850 "at age 54 years, 11 months, 13 days," according to his tombstone in High Top Quaker Cemetery.  Susan Hussey was remarried shortly afterwards to Aaron Ensley.

On March 27, 1851 William Scott filed suit against John W. Timberlake et al, filing a petition to set aside deed for fraud, according to Highland County Chancery Record Book 1, page 652.  The petition read: "Plaintiff alleges that he is a creditor of John W. Timberlake, and that Timberlake, to defraud him, had Henry Turner execute a deed to 4 acres on the waters of Clear Creek, in which Timberlake had an equitable interest, to Stephen Carey and Stephen Hussey.  Stephen Hussey died intestate, leaving his widow, Susan, who had since married Aaron Ensley, and the following heirs: Sarah, William, Christopher, Cyrus, Elizabeth Ann, and Phebe W. Hussey, the last five being minors, and Joshua Hussey, a minor, the only child of Joshua Hussey, dec'd, who was son of Joshua [Stephen] Hussey dec'd, all of Highland County."

Children born to Stephen Hussey and Katharine Williams Hussey include:

 Joshua Hussey     born May 20, 1818
 Sarah Hussey      born June 26, 1820
 William Hussey     born November 10, 1822
 Christopher Hussey    born December 21, 1824
 Robert W. Hussey    born February 13, 1827
 Joseph Hussey     born August 8, 1829
 John Hussey      born October 13, 1831
 Hiram Hussey      born October 26, 1833
 Elizabeth Ann Hussey   born March 23, 1836
 Cyrus Hussey      born November 4, 1838
 Phebe W. Hussey    born January 7, 1841

Joshua Hussey, son of Stephen Hussey and Katharine Williams Hussey, was born May 20, 1818 in Highland County.  It is believed that he was married about 1839, wife's name Eliza.  Joshua Hussey appeared as the head of a household in the 1840 census of Highland County, Fairfied township, page 4.

In 1843 Joshua Hussey was appointed guardian of "the Brown children," according to Highland County court records.  "Joshua Hussey, Jr," was disowned January 10, 1846 by Clear Creek Monthly Meeting for "joining another society."

Joshua Hussey died about 1847.  Eliza Hussey, "widow of Joshua Hussey," was deceased by February 20, 1867, according to Highland County court records.

One son was born to them:

 Joshua W. Hussey   born about October 1846

Joshua W. Hussey, son of Joshua Hussey and Eliza Hussey, was born about October 1846 in Highland County.  On March 17, 1848 Susan Hussey was appointed his guardian, and Stephen Hussey was appointed surety.  Joshua W. Hussey is referred to in the legal records of Highland County in 1851 and 1855 as being a resident of Indiana.

"Joshua Hussey" served as a first lieutenant in the Forty-Eighth Ohio Infantry Regiment, according to the research of Rita Marie Ring.  This individual was married, probably after the Civil War, wife's name Eliza.  He, an invalid, applied to the state of Ohio for a pension September 16, 1887.  Children born to Joshua W. Hussey and Eliza Hussey are unknown.

Sarah Hussey, daughter of Stephen Hussey and Katharine Williams Hussey, was born June 26, 1820 in Highland County.  She was married about 1841, husband's name Smith.  Sarah Hussey Smith was disowned for "marrying contary to discipline" by Clear Creek Monthly Meeting July 20, 1841.  If she were the individual who was married in 1841, then the marriage may have been annulled because she had resumed her maiden name by 1851.

On January 28, 1851 Sarah Hussey filed suit against her brothers and sisters to have their inherited land partitioned.  The complaint, recorded in Highland County Chancery Book 1, page 410, reads: "Plaintiff alleges that she is the daughter of Stephen Hussey, dec'd, who died seized of 120 acres on the waters of Clear Creek in John Graham's Surveys Nos. 1486 and 2556.  The defendants, William and Christopher Hussey of Illinois; Phebe Hussey of Clinton County, Ohio; and Joshua Hussey, son of Joshua Hussey deceased, son of Stephen Hussey, deceased of Indiana, are co-parceners with plaintiff.  Elizabeth, Cyrus, Phebe W. and Joshua Hussey are minors."

William Hussey, son of Stephen Hussey and Katharine Williams Hussey, was born November 22, 1822 in Highland County.  He was described as being a resident of Illinois in 1851 in the legal records of Highland County.

Christopher Hussey, son of Stephen Hussey, and Katharine Williams Hussey, was born December 21, 1824 in Highland County.  He was mentioned in the county's Chancery records as being "in Illinois" in 1851.

Robert W. Hussey, son of Stephen Hussey and Katharine Williams Hussey, was born February 13, 1827 in Highland County.  A Robert Hussey died April 14, 1844 and was buried at Clear Creek Quaker Cemetery in Clinton County.

Joseph Hussey, son of Stephen Hussey and Katharine Williams Hussey, was born in Highland County August 8, 1829.  He died May 4, 1841 and was buried at Clear Creek Monthly Meetinghouse.

John Hussey, son of Stephen Hussey and Katharine Williams Hussey, was born October 13, 1831, probably in Highland County.  It is believed that he died young since he did not appear in his father's probate records.

Hiram Hussey, son of Stephen Hussey and Katharine Williams Hussey, was born October 26, 1833, probably in Highland County.  He died March 9, 1836 and was buried at Clear Creek Cemetery.

Elizabeth Ann Hussey, daughter of Stephen Hussey and Katharine Williams Hussey, was born March 23, 1836, probably in Highland County.  She was mentioned in the legal records of Highland County in 1851 and in 1855.  In 1855 she lived in adjoining Ross County, Ohio.

Cyrus Hussey, son of Stephen Hussey and Katharine Williams Hussey, was born November 4, 1838, according to records of Clear Creek Monthly Meeting.  He was mentioned in the court records of Highland County in 1850 when Havilah B. Hickson was appointed his guardian.  He continued to live there in 1851. He was married to Rebecca A. Hodson December 24, 1859, according to Highland County marriage records.  He was disowned by Clear Creek Monthly Meeting August 11, 1860 "for marrying contrary to discipline and joining the Methodist Episcopal Church."  It is suggested by the research of Rita Marie Ring that Cyrus Hussey was remarried about 1877, wife's name, Frances Elizabeth.

Children born to Cyrus Hussey and Rebecca A. Hodson Hussey are unknown.  Children born to Cyrus Hussey and Frances Elizabeth Hussey include:

 James W. Hussey     born in 1879
 Arthur D. Hussey     born in 1882

Phebe W.[illiams?] Hussey, daughter of Stephen Hussey and Katharine Williams Hussey, was born January 7, 1841, probably in Highland County.  Havilah B. Hickson was appointed her guardian in 1850, according to Highland County Court records.  She was mentioned in the legal records of the county in 1851 and in 1855.  In 1855 she was described as a resident of Clinton County.  She was married about 1857, probably in Clinton County, husband's name Tyson.  Phebe W. Hussey Tyson was disowned by Clear Creek Monthly Meeting June 13, 1857 "for marrying contrary to discipline," according to the church records.

Sarah Hussey, daughter of Christopher Hussey and Sarah Barker Hussey, was born February 17, 1795, probably in Orange County, North Carolina.  She was mentioned in a request submitted to Fairfield Monthly Meeting, Highland County, Ohio by her mother March 26, 1808.  She was married April 9, 1809 [at the age of 14?] to Isaac Williams in Highland County, according to the records of Fairfield Monthly Meeting.  They removed to Indiana.

Mary Hussey, daughter of Christopher Hussey and Sarah Barker Hussey, was born March 13, 1797, probably in Orange County, North Carolina.  She was mentioned in a request addressed to Fairfield Monthly, Highland County, Ohio by her mother March 26, 1808.  She was married to Daniel Bond December 16, 1819, according to records of Clear Creek Monthly Meeting in Clinton County, Ohio.  Children born to them include Eunice Bond Nugent of Dayton, Ohio.

Priscilla Hussey, daughter of Christopher Hussey and Sarah Barker Hussey, was born September 3, 1800, probably in Orange County, North Carolina.  She was mentioned in a request from her mother to Fairfield Monthly Meeting, Highland County, Ohio March 26, 1808.  She was married to Daniel Lewis September 15, 1825, according to records of Clear Creek Monthly Meeting, Clinton County, Ohio.  He died November 28, 1847, and she was remarried to Amos Underwood, according to the research of Rita Marie Ring.  She died in May 1855, according to "History of Highland County, Ohio."  Eight children were born to the first marriage.

William Hussey, son of Christopher Hussey and Sarah Barker Hussey, was born February 28, 1802 near Raleigh, North Carolina.  He was brought by his parents to Highland County at the age of three.  He was mentioned in a request submitted March 28, 1808 by his mother to Fairfield Monthly Meeting. Highland County, Ohio.

He was granted a certificate to Caesar's Creek Monthly Meeting May 17, 1826 by Clear Creek Monthly Meeting to marry Jane Edwards, daughter of William Edwards and Jimimah Edwards, according to records of the congregation.  She was born in 1807 in Cincinnati, Ohio, according to Mrs. Florence Whitlock Williams, a descendant of New Mexico.

An account of the wedding has survived in the form of a transcript made by William Joseph Hussey, a grandson, from the original document kept by his father, John Milton Hussey and was published in "A Branch of the Hussey Family in America".  The document reads:

"Whereas William Hussey of the county of Hiland, and the state of Ohio, son of Christopher Hussey and Sarah his wife desd. and Jane Edwards, daughter of William Edwards and Jimimah, his wife of the county of Clinton of the aforesaid state, having declared their intension of marriage with each other, before the monthly meeting of Friends held at Caesar's Creek in the county of Warren, according to the good order used among them and having consent of parents, their said proposal was allowed by said meeting.

Now these are to certify to whom it may concern that for the full accomplishment of their said intensions this first day of the sixth month in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty six, they the said William Hussey and Jane Edwards by the hand did openly declare that he took her the said Jane Edwards to be his wife, promising with divine assistance to be unto her a loving and faithful husband until death should separate them.  And in the same assembly the said Jane Edwards, in like manner declared that she took him the said William Hussey to be her husband, promising with divine assistance to be unto him a loving and faithful wife until death should separate them.  And moreover they the said William Hussey and Jane Edwards did as further confirmation thereof (she assuming the name of her husband according to the custom of marriage) then and there to these presents set their hand.

             William Hussey
             Jane Hussey"

Witnesses included: Stephen Hussey, his brother; Jane D. Edwards, her cousin; Ruth Edwards, Martha Chamness Hussey, his grandmother; Clinton Brown, Jr, Nathaniel Edwards, Mary Edwards, Christopher Hussey, his father; Rachel R. Jackson Hussey, his step-mother; William Edwards, her father; Jemimah Edwards, her mother; John Spray, Jessi Spray, Henry Milhous and Samuel Spray.

Jane Edwards Hussey was received by Clear Creek Monthly Meeting January 13, 1827 on a certificate from Caesar's Creek Monthly Meeting dated September 26, 1826.

William Hussey, possibly, was a witness to the will of Caleb Lamb dated October 29, 1832, according to Highland County will records.  He was disowned July 21, 1835 for "disunity" by Clear Creek Monthly Meeting, and Jane Edwards Hussey was disowned on the same charge March 12, 1831.  In 1839 he sold his land in Highland County and moved to Mercer County, Ohio.  Jane Edwards Hussey and eight named children were given a certificate to Union Monthly Meeting [probably in Mercer County] February 12, 1848 by Clear Creek Monthly Meeting.

William Hussey died April 23, 1865 from blood poisoning, and Jane Edwards Hussey made her home with Jane Marie Hussey Robbins, her daughter, on an adjoining farmstead.  She died September 2, 1890, according to "DAR New Mexico Lineage Book."

Children born to them include:

 Mary Hussey      born March 6, 1827
 Sarah Hussey      born July 7, 1828
 John Milton Hussey (twin) born July 25, 1829
 Martha Ann Hussey (twin) born July 25, 1829
 Eunice Hussey     born November 9, 1830
 Henry H. Hussey     born September 24, 1833
 Lydia Hussey      born November 10, 1835
 Alfred Lee Hussey    born September 27, 1837
 Rachel Elizabeth Hussey  born April 17, 1839
 William Harrison Hussey  born February 18, 1841
 Esther Neal Hussey    born December 2, 1842
 Jane Marie Hussey    born September 10, 1845

Mary Hussey, daughter of William Hussey and Jane Edwards Hussey, was born March 6, 1827 in Highland County.  She died August 11, 1828.

Sarah Hussey, daughter of William Hussey and Jane Edwards Hussey, was born July 7, 1828 in Highland County.  She died August 20, 1828.

John Milton Hussey, twin son of William Hussey and Jane Edwards Hussey, was born July 25, 1829 in Highland County.  He was mentioned in a certificate issued by Clear Creek Monthly Meeting to his mother and her children to remove to Union Monthly Meeting dated February 12, 1848.

In 1851, 1852 and 1853 he was a school teacher in Mercer County.  He received a 120-acre farm from his father in 1852 near Mendon, Ohio.  In that year he met Mary Catherine Severns, and they were married two years later.  She was born December 18, 1835.

He was disowned for "marrying contary to discipline" September 13, 1854 by West Branch Monthly Meeting, Miami County, Ohio.

He was elected secretary of the Franklin Debating Society and was elected Justice of the Peace April 7, 1856.  He died August 20, 1914, and she died June 21, 1918.

Children born to John Milton Hussey and Mary Catherine Severns Hussey include:

 Arthur Worley Hussey    born June 18, 1854
 Edgar Poe Hussey     born March 20, 1857
 William Joseph Hussey    born August 10, 1862
 Walter Hussey      born June 2, 1865
 Alice Jenkins "Jenny" Hussey born October 26, 1868
 Lenora "Nora" Hussey    born November 23, 1870

Arthur Worley Hussey, son of John Milton Hussey and Mary Catherine Severns Hussey, was born June 18, 1854.  He attended Lebanon Normal School, Lebanon, Ohio and Valparaiso University, Indiana.  He became a teacher in Ohio, Illinois in September 1879, and there he met Mary Lilliam "Lilla" Sawyer whom he married.  She was the daughter of Anthony Sawyer and Mary Warbington Sawyer.

Later he taught in Tiskilwa, Warsaw and Genesco, Illinois and in southern California. After the death of his father-in-law he returned to the Sawyer homestead near Princeton, Illinois to assist his brother-in-law John Sawyer manage the large farm.

At the age of 70 he had a leg amputated following an infection that began with a neglected blister on his foot.  After the death of his wife he lived alone.  In his nineties he drove his own car and traveled by plane to Florida n his foot.  After the death of his wife he lived alone.  In his nineties he drove his own car and traveled by plane to Florida

Children born uo Arthur Worley Hussey and Mary Lilliam "Lilla" Sawyer Hussey include:

 Edna Hussey     born in 1882
 Edith Hirrel Hussey   born in 1884
 Stephen Sawyer Hussey born April 24, 1888
 Ralph Waldo Hussey  born July 16, 1892
 John Hussey     born in 1895

Edna Hussey, daughter of Arthur Worley Hussey and Mary Lilliam "Lilla" Sawyer Hussey, was born in 1882.  She was a young schoolteacher when she met her death in an accident.  While visiting her grandfather's farm she rode a pony to collect the mail and was thrown and killed.

Edith Hirrel Hussey, daughter of Arthur Worley Hussey and Mary Lilliam "Lilla" Sawyer Hussey, was born in 1884.  She attended the University of Illinois.  She lived with her parents and raised fancy poultry and pure-bred Jersey cattle on the old Sawyer farm near Princeton.  She died of cancer May 9, 1945.

Stephen Sawyer Hussey, son of Arthur Worley Hussey and Mary Lilliam "Lilla" Sawyer Hussey, was born April 24, 1888.  He was graduated at University of Michigan and returned to Illinois to help manage the farm.  He was married about 1912 to Ethel Pearl Lamb.  Children born to them include:

 Howard Stephen Hussey born April 21, 1914
 Ethel Mae Hussey   born August 27, 1918
 Jane Emily Hussey   born June 8, 1922
 Lillian Joanne Hussey  born March 1, 1932

Howard Stephen Hussey, son of Stephen Sawyer Hussey and Ethel Pearl Lamb Hussey, was born in 1914.  He was married about 1938 to Carol Burnett.  She was born December 25, 1913.

Children born to Howard Stephen Hussey and Carol Burnett Hussey include:

 Lawrence Kent Hussey born September 8, 1940
 Janet Sue Hussey  born October 30, 1946

Lawrence Kent Hussey, son of Howard Stephen Hussey and Carol Burnett Hussey, was born September 8, 1940.  He entered the medical field.

Janet Sue Hussey, daughter of Howard Stephen Hussey and Carol Burnett Hussey, was born October 30, 1946.  Of this individual nothing more is known.

Ethel Mae Hussey, daughter of Stephen Sawyer Hussey and Ethel Pearl Lamb Hussey, was born August 27, 1918.  She was married about 1938 to Dr. Loy Thomas Swinehart who was born February 19, 1916.

Children born to them include:

 Catherine Mae Swinehart born April 13, 1944
 Ralph William Swinehart born August 31, 1945
 Robert Perry Swinehart born February 16, 1948
 Stephen Loy Swinehart born December 11, 1949
 Sarah Ann Swinehart  born November 9, 1952

Jane Emily Hussey, daughter of Stephen Sawyer Hussey and Ethel Pearl Lamb Hussey, was born June 8, 1922.  She was married about 1941 to Louis Marion Larson who was born February 19, 1924.

Children born to them include:

 Keith Wayne Larson  born January 15, 1946
 Karen Leah Larson  born June 5, 1948
 Pamela Jean Larson  born March 4, 1950

Lillian Joanne Hussey, daughter of Stephen Sawyer Hussey and Ethel Pearl Lamb Hussey, was born March 1, 1932.  She was married about 1952 to Thomas William Landers who was born July 15, 1927.

Ralph Waldo Hussey, son of Arthur Worley Hussey and Mary Lilliam "Lilla" Sawyer Hyssey, was born July 16, 1892.  He was graduated from University of Michigan and upon graduation entered the U.S. Forrest Service.  He was married about 1935 to Frances Marie Lynch.  Upon retirement he returned to the Sawyer homestead and lived as a neighbor to his brother Stephen Sawyer Hussey.

Children born to Ralph Waldo Hussey and Frances Marie Lynch Hussey include:

 Michael A. Hussey born October 7, 1937

Michael A. Hussey, son of Ralph Waldo Hussey and Frances Marie Lynch Hussey, was born October 7, 1937.  He was married about 1960 to Toye Kaysen in Copenhagen, Denmark.  She was the daughter of Jorgen R. Kaysen and Vilhelmine Kisum Kaysen of Denmark.

Children born to Michael A. Hussey and Toye Kaysen Hussey include:

 Clayton Marcus Hussey born October 4, 1962.

Clayton Marcus Hussey, son of Michael A. Hussey and Toye Kaysen Hussey, was born in Nuremburg, Germany October 4, 1962.  Of this individual nothing more is known.

John Hussey, son of Arthur Worley Hussey and Mary Lilliam "Lilla" Sawyer Hussey, was born in 1895.  Of this individual nothing more is known.

Edgar Poe Hussey, son of John Milton Hussey and Mary Catherine Severns Hussey, was born in 1857.  He was graduated from Valparaiso University and became a dentist.  He was married about 1893 to Flora D. Mauk.  He practiced dentistry for many years in Spencerville, Ohio.  After retirement he moved to Long Beach, California where he was a realtor.  Both lived into their 90s.

Children born to Edgar Poe Hussey and Flora D. Mauk Hussey include:

 Mildred Hussey  born February 5, 1895
 Clinton Hussey  born January 13, 1898
 Nellie Doris Hussey born June 23, 1899
 John Milton Hussey born October 8, 1907

Mildred Hussey, daughter of Edgar Poe Hussey and Flora D. Mauk Hussey, was born February 5, 1895.  She was a nurse employed by the public school system in Long Beach.

Clinton Hussey, daughter of Edgar Poe Hussey and Flora D. Mauk Hussey, was born January 13, 1898.  He was married about 1920 to Pauline Smith.  He was employed by Texaco, Inc.  Children born to Clinton Hussey and Pauline Smith Hussey are unknown.

Nellie Doris Hussey, daughter of Edgar Poe Hussey and Flora D. Mauk Hussey, was born June 23, 1899.  She was married about 1918 to Ray Hiller.  Later they were divorced.  She was a teacher in Long Beach.

Children born to Ray Hiller and Nellie Doris Hussey Hiller include:

 Mary Catherine Hiller born July 30, 1924

Mary Catherine Hiller, daughter of Ray Hiller and Nellis Doris Hussey Hiller, was born July 30, 1924.  She was drowned in a swimming accident in 1959.

John Milton Hussey, son of Edgar Poe Hussey and Flora D. Mauk Hussey, was born October 8, 1907.  He was married about 1929 to Marie Collier who was born September 11, 1908.  He operated an electronics sales and repair business.

Children born to John Milton Hussey and Marie Collier Hussey include:

 Edgar Milton Hussey  born January 8, 1931
 Richard William Hussey born December 24, 1939

Edgar Milton Hussey, son of John Milton Hussey and Marie Collier Hussey, was born January 8, 1931.  He was married about 1951 to Wanda Parsholl who was born January 18, 1932.

Children born to Edgar Milton Hussey and Wanda Parsholl Hussey include:

 Ted Milton Hussey  born March 10, 1953
 Stephen Craig Hussey born January 1, 1955
 Mary Ann Hussey  born about 1958
 David Hussey    born about 1961

Ted Milton Hussey, son of Edgar Milton Hussey and Wanda Parsholl Hussey, was born March 10, 1953.  Of this individual nothing more is known.

Stephen Craig Hussey, son of Edgar Milton Hussey and Wanda Parsholl Hussey, was born January 1, 1955.  He died in 1958.

Richard William Hussey, son of John Milton Hussey and Marie Collier Hussey, was born December 24, 1939.  He was married August 24, 1958 to Ruth L. Rains.

Children born to Richard William Hussey and Ruth L. Rains Hussey include:

 Sheri Lynn Hussey born September 25, 1959
 Cindy Lou Hussey born September 23, 1960

William Joseph Hussey, son of John Milton Hussey and Mary Catherine Severns Hussey, was born August 10, 1862 on a farm near Mendon, Ohio, according to "Dictionary of American Biography" by Dumas Malone.  A biographical sketch from the volume reads:

"William Joseph Hussey, astronomer, was born on a farm in Mendon, Ohio August 10, 1862.  He was the son of John Milton and Mary Catherine Severns Hussey.  Funds could not be spared from the proceeds of the farm for a college education, but he taught school and ran a printing press, and finally entered the University of Michigan in 1882.  By the end of his sophomore year his savings were all used up and he took a position with a party of railroad surveyors.  Reentering college, he graduated in 1889 in Civil Engineering, and after a part of a year with the U. S. Naval Observatory in Washington, returned to Michigan as an instuctor.

Later he moved to Stanford Junior University as assistant professor of astronomy and was soon promoted to a full professorship.  While at Stanford he was often a volunteer assistant at the Lick Observatory, and in 1896 he accepted a position as astronomer there.

Hussey received the Lalande Medal of the Paris Academy of Sciencies in 1906.  He was a foreign associate of the Royal Astronomical Society and member of several other societies.  He was president of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific in 1897 and secretary of the American Astronomical Society from 1908 to 1912.  In 1911 Hussey was offered the directorship of the observatory at La Plata, in the Argentine Republic.  Arrangements were soon made whereby he should divide his time between the observatories at La Plata and at Ann Arbor, Michigan.  In 1926, while in London, accompanied by Mrs. Hussey, he died."
 

He was married in June 1895 to Ethel Fountain, daughter of Major Orlando Fountain and Jennie Shepperd Fountain whom he had met on the University of Michigan campus.  She was born at Sebetha, Kansas where her father was a merchant following his tenure with Illinois troups during the Civil War.

Ethel Fountain Hussey died at Ann Arbor in September 1915, and William Joseph Hussey was remarried in 1917 to Mary McNeil Reed, widow of John Oren Reed, faculty member at University of Michigan.  No children were born to William Joseph Hussey and Mary McNeil Reed Hussey.

Children born to William Joseph Hussey and Ethel Fountain Hussey include:

 Roland Fountain Hussey  born November 16, 1896
 Allis Fountain Hussey   born December 1, 1898

Roland Fountain Hussey, son of William Joseph Hussey and Ethel Fountain Hussey, was born November 16, 1896 in San Francisco.  He was graduated from University of Michigan in 1918 and later attended University of Minnesota and Harvard University where he received an MS degree in 1921 and an ScD in 1923.  He was married in that year to Edith Priscilla Butler, daughter of Hiland George Butler and Clara Kellog Butler at Battle Creek, Michigan.  They were divorced in 1929.  Until 1926 he was an instructor in biology at New York University and then spent three years in Paraguay.

He was remarried in 1930 at Ann Arbor to Rosine Peyser, daughter of Harold Peyser and Rosine Berge Peyser of Port Washington, New York.  From 1933 until 1947 he as associated with hospitals in New York City.  The second marriage lasted until 1944.

From 1947 to 1953 he taught at Florida Southern College and for the next 10 years at University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida where he was a professor of biological sciences.

Roland Fountain Hussey was remarried June 16, 1946 to Karlene Elizabeth Cozart, daughter of William D. Cozart and Mary Frances Buchanan Cozart of Nashville, Tennessee.  She, an attorney in Gainesville, was a graduate of University of Florida.  No children were born to Roland Fountain Hussey and Karlene Elizabeth Cozart Hussey.

Roland Fountain Hussey, an accomplished genealogist, did extensive research on the Hussey family and was co-author of "A Branch of the Hussey Family in America."

Three children were born to Roland Fountain Hussey and Edith Priscilla Butler Hussey:

 Barbara Ruth Hussey     born June 4, 1924
 Roland Fountain Hussey, Jr.   born October 15, 1925
 William Joseph Hussey     born August 31, 1927

A daughter was born to Roland Fountain Hussey and Rosine Berge Peyser Hussey:

 Catherine Therese Hussey born March 16, 1935

Barbara Ruth Hussey, daughter of Roland Fountain Hussey and Edith Priscilla Butler Hussey, was born in New York City June 4, 1924.  In 1963 she lived at Old Saybrook, Connecticut.

Roland Fountain Hussey, Jr., son of Roland Fountain Hussey and Edith Priscilla Butler, was born October 15, 1925 in New York City.  He was married in 1949 to Acine Webb at Austin, Texas.

Children born to Roland Fountain Hussey, Jr. and Acine Webb Hussey include:

 Diane Hussey     born about 1950
 Carol Hussey     born about 1952
 Linda Hussey     born about 1955

William Joseph Hussey, son of Roland Fountain Hussey and Edith Priscilla Butler, was born at Battle Creek, Michigan August 31, 1927.  He enlisted in the U.S. Air Force in 1944 and became a career airman.

Catherine Therese Hussey, daughter of Roland Fountain Hussey and Rosine Berge Peyser Hussey, was born March 16, 1935 in New York City.  She was married in 1952 to Kenneth Smith and in 1963 lived in Truckee, California.

Children born to them include:

 Leslie Scott Smith    born about 1954
 Stephen Smith     born about 1956
 Gail Smith       born about 1958
 Lyle Roland Smith    born May 15, 1961
 Jennifer Smith     born about 1964

Allis Fountain Hussey, daughter of William Joseph Hussey and Ethel Fountain Hussey, was born December 1, 1898.  She was graduated in 1921 from University of Michigan and received an MS degree from there in 1922.  She received a second Master's degree in Romance languagues.  Later she spent one year at University of Grenoble and another in Paris at the Sorbonne.  Later she received a doctorate at University at Columbia University.

She taught at Coleraine Junior College, Coleraine, Minnesota in two tenures through 1943.  In that year she joined the W.A.C.S. and was commissioned at Ft. Oglethorpe, Georgia.  Later she was stationed in Panama, Australia, New Guinea, Biak, Leyte, Japan, Ft. Riley, Kansas and Ft. Benjamin Harrison, Indiana.  In 1953 she was transferred to Monterey, California where she remained until retired as a major in 1963.  Later she continued to make her home there.

Walter Hussey, son of John Milton Hussey and Mary Catherine Severns Hussey, was born June 2, 1865.  He died July 23, 1871.

Alice Jenkins "Jennie" Hussey, daughter of John Milton Hussey and Mary Catherine Severns Hussey, was born October 16, 1868 at Mendon, Ohio.  She was graduated from the University of Michigan as an accomplished pianist.  She was married to Otto J. Rose September 28, 1890.  He, the son of Ezekiel Schoolover Rose and Mary Andrews Rose, was born in Allen County, Ohio December 7, 1857.  He operated a photographic studio in Lima, Ohio and later was employed by the "Lima Gazette."  She died June 20, 1906.

He was appointed postmaster in Lima by William Howard Taft.  Following this tenure he was a realtor until his death September 23, 1925.

One son was born to them:

 Waldo Hussey Rose   born September 29, 1891

Waldo Hussey Rose, son of Otto J. Rose and Alice Jenkins "Jennie" Hussey Rose, was born September 29, 1891 in Lima.  He was graduated from Ohio State University in 1916 and enlisted in the U.S. Army.  He served as a pilot instructor during World War II.  He was married about 1930 to Helen Nungester, a Lima native who was graduated from Oberlin College.  Following the war he was elected County Clerk of Allen County and later was employed by the State of Ohio.  In 1963 he lived in Lima.

Children born to them include:

 Alice Rose      born June 4, 1932
 Waldo Bennett Rose  born June 9, 1939

Alice Rose, daughter of Waldo Hussey Rose and Helen Nungester Rose, was born June 4, 1932 in Lima.  She died in March 1935.

Waldo Bennett Rose, son of Waldo Hussey Rose and Helen Nungester Rose, was born June 9, 1939 in Lima.  He was graduated from Princeton University about 1960 and in 1963 was serving in the U.S. Navy on a destroyer.

Lenora "Nora" Hussey, daughter of John Milton Hussey and Mary Catherine Severns Hussey, was born November 23, 1870.  She enrolled in Stanford University about 1887 while her brother was teaching there and was married about 1888 to George Jerome Griffin who was born February 21, 1870 to Phillip Griffin and Jane Griffin in Bradford, Pennsylvania.

He attended Canisius College in Buffalo, New York and was employed by Standard Oil Company until his retirement in 1932.  He died March 15, 1942 at Mendon, Ohio. Lenora "Nora" Hussey Griffin removed to California to make her home with her daughter Jane Griffin Harter.  She continued to live there in her 94th year at which time she assisted in the preparation of the manuscript of "A Branch of the Hussey Family in America."

Three daughters were born to them:

 Grace Griffin     born June 2, 1898
 Mary Griffin     born April 5, 1901
 Jane Griffin     born May 13, 1909

Grace Griffin, daughter of George Jerome Griffin and Lenora "Nora" Hussey Griffin, was born June 2, 1898 in Mendon, Ohio.  She attended the University of Michigan and Columbia University where she received an MA degree in zoology.  She was married June 23, 1927 to Theodore Huntington Hubbell who was born July 4, 1897 to Clarence William Hubbell and Winifred Temperance Waters Hubbell in Cole County, Missouri.

In 1928 he attended University of Michigan for a PhD in zoology, and in the following year they removed to Gainesville, Florida In 1928 he attended University of Michigan for a PhD in zoology, and in the following year they removed to Gainesville, Florida e became director of the Museum of Zoology uhere.

She did extensive research on the history of the Hussey family and collaborated in the production of "A Branch of the Hussey Family in America" published in 1964.

Children born to Theodore Huntington Hubbell and Grace Griffin Hubbell include:

 Roger Gaige Hubbell   born May 13, 1928
 Mary Joan Hubbell    born February 20, 1931
 Stephen Philip Hubbell  born February 17, 1942

Roger Gaige Hubbell, son of Theodore Huntington Hubbell and Grace Griffin Hubbell, was born May 13, 1928 in Ann Arbor, Michigan.  After attending University of Florida and University of Missouri he was graduated from University of Michigan with a BS degree in geology.  He was married June 30, 1951 to Patricia Chase, daughter of Paul M. Chase and Mable Swanke Chase who was born March 13, 1925.  He was employed by Continental Oil Company in Denver, Colorado and in Billings, Montana.

Mary Joan Hubbell, daughter of Theodore Huntington Hubbell and Grace Griffin Hubbell, was born February 20, 1931 in Gainesville, Florida.  She was graduated from University of Michigan with a degree in botany.  She was married in August 1956 to Robert Thayer Wilce who was born December 9, 1924 to Clarence Oliver Wilce and Prudence Wyllie Wilce.  He obtained a PhD degree in botany.  In 1963 they lived in Amherst, Massachusetts.

Children born to them include:

 Alexander Griffin Wilce   born March 11, 1961
 Andrew Thayer Wilce    born March 4, 1963

Stephen Philip Hubbell, son of Theodore Huntington Hubbell and Grace Griffin Hubbell, was born February 17, 1942 in Gainesville, Florida.  He was graduated from Carleton College in June 1963.  He was married June 12, 1964 to Linda Jean Moulds who was born September 29, 1943 to James W. Moulds and Della Patterson Moulds.

Mary Griffin, daughter of George Jerome Griffin and Lenora "Nora" Hussey Griffin, was born April 5, 1901.  She was graduated from the University of Michigan.  She was married about 1929 to Dudley Newton who was born July 27, 1897.  In 1963 he was head of the civil engineering department at Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan.

Children born uo them includ63 he was head of the civil engineering deparument at Wayne Staue Universiuy, Detroit, Michigan.

Children born uo them includ, son of Dudley Newuon and Mary Griffin Newton, was born August 7, 1930.  He was married June 29, 1963 to Barbara Carole Duwe who was born August 11, 1937.  He was graduated from the University of Michigan with an MS degree in electrical engineering.  In 1963 he was employed by IBM in New York.

Children born to them include:

 Kenneth Newton    born May 8, 1965

Michael Newton, son of Dudley Newton and Mary Griffin Newton was born September 26, 1934.  He was graduated from University of Michigan and in 1963 was a certified public accountant in Detroit.  He was married May 16, 1964, wife's name Ingeborg.

Jane Griffin, daughter of George Jerome Griffin and Lenora "Nora" Hussey Griffin, was born May 13, 1909.  She attended Coleraine Junior College and was graduated from University of Michigan.  She was married about 1929 to Raymond W. Harter.  They live in Ohio several years and then removed to Long Beach, California where he was employed in a wholesale electronics firm.  She died November 30, 1951 and Raymond W. Harter was remarried to Jean Mulford, a widow.

Martha Ann Hussey, twin daughter of William Hussey and Jane Edwards Hussey, was born July 25, 1829, probably in Clinton County, Ohio.  She was mentioned in a certificate given to her mother February 12, 1848 by Clear Creek Monthly Meeting to transfer the family's membership to Union Monthly Meeting [probably in Mercer County, Ohio.

She was married November 7, 1850 to John Upton, son of Edward Upton and Emma Murlin Upton who had moved to Mercer County from Kentucky in 1834.  He was born in 1824.  They settled on a farm which adjoined her old home which was being operated by her twin, John Milton Hussey.  John Upton died in 1888, and Martha Ann Hussey Upton died in 1921.

Children born to them include:

 Athelia Upton      born in 1851
 Viola Jane Upton     born June 13, 1852
 Elmore Green Upton   born March 11, 1856
 Ida Mae Upton     born February 3, 1858
 Ettie L. Upton      born February 16, 1860
 Minnie Upton      born in 1861
 William Upton     born April 11, 1866
 Thomas Erie Upton    born January 31, 1869
 Winnie Lee Upton    born January 25, 1972

Henry H. Hussey son of William Hussey and Jane Edwards Hussey, was born at Mendon, Ohio in September 24, 1833.  He was married about 1853 to Sarah Shepherd.  She died in 1877, and he died in 1881.

Children born to Henry H. Hussey and Sarah Shepherd Hussey include:

 Albertus Cox Hussey   born in 1856
 Evangeline Hussey    born in 1858
 Solon Finley Hussey    born in 1861
 Elroy Edward Hussey   born in 1864
 Cora Hussey      born in September 1871
 Samuel S. Hussey    born April 4, 1874

Albertus Cox Hussey, son of Henry H. Hussey and Sarah Shepherd Hussey, was born in 1856.  He was married about 1882 to Lizzie Green.

Children born to Albertus Cox Hussey and Lizzie Green Hussey include:

 Frank Hussey      born in 1884
 Ethel Hussey      born in 1886
 Myrtle Hussey      born in 1888
 Edna Hussey      born about 1889
 Mary C. Hussey     born in 1894
 Ruth Hussey      born in 1896
 Lettie Hussey      born in 1897

Evangeline Hussey, daughter of Henry H. Hussey and Sarah Shepherd Hussey, was born in 1858.  She was married about 1877 to James Cook.

Solon Finley Hussey, son of Henry H. Hussey and Sarah Shepherd Hussey, was born in 1861.  He was married about 1883 to Lacey Green.  He died in 1939.

Children born to Solon Finley Hussey and Lacey Green Hussey include:

 Gertrude Hussey     born about 1885
 Guy Hussey      born about 1890
 John Hussey      born about 1893
 Charles Hussey     born in 1897

Elroy Edward Hussey, son of Henry H. Hussey and Sarah Shepherd Hussey, was born in 1864.  He was married about 1884 to Mary Isabelle Griffin who was born November 21, 1864.  He was a businessman in Mendon and later removed to Ann Arbor, Michigan where he was a building contractor.  He died in 1935, and she died in 1952.

Children born to Elroy Edward Hussey and Mary Isabelle Griffin Hussey include:

 Russell C. Hussey     born October 31, 1888
 Harold H. Hussey     born in 1891

Russell C. Hussey, son of Elroy Edward Hussey and Mary Isabelle Griffin Hussey, was born October 31, 1888.  He was married about 1910 to Minnie Simmons.  He became a professor of geology at University of Michigan, retiring in 1959.  In 1963 they continued to live there.  Children born to Russell C. Hussey and Minnie Simmons Hussey are unknown.

Harold H. Hussey, son of Elroy Edward Hussey and Mary Isabelle Griffin Hussey, was born in 1891 and died in childhood.

Cora Hussey, daughter of Henry H. Hussey and Sarah Shepherd Hussey, was born in September 1871.  She was married about 1890 to Stephen Heppeard.

Children born to them include:

 Dora Heppeard     born about 1892
 Thomas Heppeard    born about 1895

Samuel S. Hussey, son of Henry H. Hussey and Sarah Shepherd Hussey, was born April 4, 1874.  He was married about 1904 to Elizabeth L. Lugg who was born in April 1874.  She died January 30, 1941, and he died in 1958.

Children born to Samuel W. Hussey and Elizabeth L. Lugg Hussey include:

 Evelyn Hussey     born February 26, 1906
 Sarah Isabelle Hussey   born about 1909

Evelyn Hussey, daughter of Samuel W. Hussey and Elizabeth L. Lugg Hussey, was born February 26, 1906.  She was married about 1936 to Hugh Johnson.

Children born to them include:

 Keren Johnson     born March 21, 1939
 Jeri Margaret Johnson   born February 12, 1945

Sarah Isabelle Hussey, daughter of Samuel W. Hussey and Elizabeth L. Lugg Hussey, was born about 1909.  She was married about 1934, husband's name Anderson.

Children born to them include:

 Trent Anderson    born about 1936
 Sarah Emily Anderson  born about 1939

Lydia Hussey, daughter of William Hussey and Jane Edwards Hussey, was born November 10, 1835 in Mendon, Ohio.  She was married about 1850 to Simon Miller who was born in 1827.  She died in 1884, and he died in 1913.

Children born to them include:

 William Milton Miller   born January 6, 1852
 George Benton Miller   born January 17, 1854
 Oscar Fidelus Miller    born September 21, 1856
 Harry Lafayette Miller   born May 12, 1859
 Gertrude Miller     born about 1870
 (adopted)

Alfred Lee Hussey, son of William Hussey and Jane Edwards Hussey, was born September 27, 1837 in Mendon.  He was mentioned in a certificate issued by Clear Creek Monthly Meeting to his mouher and her children dated February 12, 1848 providing for a transfer of their membership to Union Monthly Meeting.  He was an adventurer and left home at an early age.  He enlisted in the Union Army in September 1862 with his brother-in-law Philo Sperry Nottingham and was wounded about the time that Nottingham was killed.

He was a blacksmith and returning home once after an absence of seven years he worked in his grandfather's blacksmith shop.  After the Civil War he was married about 1865 to Martha J. Miller, believed to be a sister to Simon Miller.  He died in 1905, and she died in 1912.

Children born to Alfred Lee Hussey and Martha J. Miller Hussey include:

 Ulysses Grant Hussey   born December 22, 1866
 Alfred Henry Hussey   born February 8, 1869
 Abraham Elijah Hussey  born October 3, 1872
 William Ira Hussey    born August 22, 1875
 Charles Nelson Hussey   born March 19, 1878
 Mary Elizabeth Hussey   born July 14, 1884

Ulysses Grant Hussey, son of Alfred Lee Hussey and Martha J. Miller Hussey, was born December 22, 1866 in Mendon, Ohio.  He was married about 1887 to Minnie Johnson who was born July 16, 1869. He died November 13, 1926, and she died August 20, 1932.  No children were born to Ulysses Grant Hussey and Minnie Johnson Hussey, but they adopted a daughter of his deceased sister Mary Elizabeth Hussey Schweinfurth.

Alfred Henry Hussey, son of Alfred Lee Hussey and Martha J. Miller Hussey, was born February 8, 1869 in Mendon.  He was married about 1896 to Alice May Foster who was born February 21, 1878.  They lived in Chicago from 1894 to 1901, then removed to Grand Rapids, Michigan for two years, Howard, Michigan for two years, back to Chicago for four years and to Fruitport, Michigan for 10 years.  In 1923 they returned to Mendon to care for the farm of John Milton Hussey which was being operated by Lenora "Nora" Hussey Griffin.  He died April 4, 1937, and she died September 13, 1942.

Children born to Alfred Henry Hussey and Alice May Foster Hussey include:

 Rue Gifford Hussey    born November 21, 1898
 Winnett Alfred Hussey   born August 7, 1900
 Francis Lee Hussey    born September 12, 1902
 Henry Darrell Hussey   born July 18, 1904
 Kenneth William Hussey  born May 18, 1908
 Clarence Hussey     born August 2, 1914
 Dean Leroy Hussey    born May 3, 1918

Rue Gifford Hussey, son of Alfred Henry Hussey and Alice May Foster Hussey, was born November 21, 1898 in Chicago.  He was married about 1910 to Ethel Donnelly.  He died August 3, 1936.  Children born to Rue Gifford Hussey and Ethel Donnelly Hussey are unknown.

Winnett Alfred Hussey, son of Alfred Henry Hussey and Alice May Foster Hussey, was born August 7, 1900 in Chicago.  He was married about 1920 to Mae Bennett who was born February 5, 1904.  Children born to Winnett Alfred Hussey and Mae Bennett Hussey are unknown.

Francis Lee Hussey, son of Alfred Henry Hussey and Alice May Foster Hussey, was born September 12, 1902 in Grand Rapids, Michigan.  He was married about 1929 to Bessie Berdina Young who was born June 6, 1903.

Children born to Francis Lee Hussey and Bessie Berdina Young Hussey include:

 Berdina May Hussey   born October 7, 1930
 Frances Jean Hussey   born February 23, 1933
 Barbara June Hussey   born June 22, 1936
 James Edward Hussey   born December 1, 1943

Berdina May Hussey, daughter of Francis Lee Hussey and Bessie Berdina Young Hussey, was born October 7, 1930.  Of this individual nothing more is known.

Frances Jean Hussey, daughter of Francis Lee Hussey and Bessie Berdina Young Hussey, was born February 23, 1933.  Of this individual nothing more is known.

Barbara June Hussey, daughter of Francis Lee Hussey and Bessie Berdina Young Hussey, was born June 22, 1936.  Of this individual nothing more is known.

James Edward Hussey, son of Francis Lee Hussey and Bessie Berdina Young Hussey, was born December 1, 1943.  He was married about 1974 to Karen Hanson, daughter of Fred Hanson and Bernice Hanson.  In 1983 James Edward Hussey was an executive with Amway Corporation, Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Henry Darrell Hussey, son of Alfred Henry Hussey and Alice May Foster Hussey, was born July 18, 1904.  He was married about 1928 to Beatrice W. Maynard who was born November 25, 1908.

Children born to Henry Darrell Hussey and Beatrice W. Maynard Hussey include:

 Darrell Henry Hussey   born December 24, 1926
 Adelle Hussey      born January 17, 1929
 Henry Lee Hussey    born December 1, 1931
 Nelia Mae Hussey    born November 13, 1933

Kenneth William Hussey, son of Alfred Henry Hussey and Alice May Foster Hussey, was born May 18, 1908.  He was married about 1928 to Alta Lucille Stuckey who was born September 12, 1906.  He died September 14, 1940.

Children born to Kenneth William Hussey and Alta Lucille Stuckey Hussey include:

 Kenneth Lee Hussey   born May 18, 1930
 Carol Rue Hussey    born September 7, 1931
 Ethel Jean Hussey    born October 24, 1932
 Harold Wayne Hussey   born June 14, 1934
 Loran Henry Hussey   born November 22, 1935
 Raymond Winnett Hussey born August 28, 1937
 Darlene Mae Hussey   born July 9, 1939

Clarence Hussey, son of Alfred Henry Hussey and Alice May Foster Hussey, was born August 2, 1914.  He died May 2, 1915.

Dean Leroy Hussey, son of Alfred Henry Hussey and Alice May Foster Hussey, was born May 3, 1918.  He was married about 1941 to Alene Sylvia Henderson who was born Februry 23, 1918.

Children born to Dean Leroy Hussey and Alene Sylvia Henderson Hussey include:

 Dennis Dean Hussey   born October 30, 1943
 Kenneth Rue Hussey   born August 3, 1945

Abraham Elijah Hussey, son of Alfred Lee Hussey and Martha J. Miller Hussey, was born October 3, 1872.  He was married about 1895 to Daisy Swift.  Later he was remarried to Laura Kellogg who was born October 29, 1870.  Children born to Abraham Elijah Hussey, Daisy Swift Hussey and Laura Kellogg Hussey are unknown.

William Ira Hussey, son of Alfred Lee Hussey and Martha J. Miller Hussey, was born August 22, 1875.  He was married about 1919 to Hattie Virginia Anson who was born June 18, 1898.  He died in 1938.

Children born to William Ira Hussey and Hattie Virginia Anson Hussey include:

 Ira Wilbert Hussey   born August 3, 1899
 Alvin Roy Hussey    born October 30, 1901
 Laura Mae Hussey   born February 24, 1904
 Hattie Viola Hussey   born July 23, 1906
 Emma Charlotte Hussey born December 6, 1908
 Charles Grant Hussey  born April 10, 1911
 Alice Beatrice Hussey  born November 24, 1913
 Alfred LaVerne Hussey  born April 20, 1916

Ira Wilbert Hussey, son of William Ira Hussey and Hattie Virginia Anson Hussey, was born August 3, 1899.  He was married about 1919 to Olive Pearl Cooper who was born June 18, 1898.

Children born to Ira Wilbert Hussey and Olive Pearl Cooper Hussey include:

 Arthur Wilbert Hussey born January 12, 1921
 Phyllis Jeanne Hussey born May 10, 1926

Arthur Wilbert Hussey, son of Ira Wilbert Hussey and Olive Pearl Cooper Hussey, was born January 12, 1921.  He was married about 1943 to Donna Marilyn Kocker who was born May 2, 1922.

Children born to Arthur Wilbert Hussey and Donna Marilyn Kocker Hussey include:

 Marilyn Dianne Hussey born April 10, 1945

Phyllis Jean Hussey, daughter of Ira Wilbert Hussey and Olive Pearl Cooper Hussey, was born May 10, 1926.  Of this individual nothing more is known.

Alvin Roy Hussey, son of William Ira Hussey and Hattie Virginia Anson Hussey, was born October 30, 1901.  He was married about 1925 to Anna Viola Robinson Hayes.  Children born to Alvin Roy Hussey and Anna Viola Robinson Hayes Hussey are unknown.

Laura Mae Hussey, daughter of William Ira Hussey and Hattie Virginia Anson Hussey, was born February 24, 1904.  She was married about 1923 to William George Butcher who was born April 30, 1898.  She died June 4, 1934.

Mattie Viola Hussey, daughter of William Ira Hussey and Hattie Virginia Anson Hussey, was born July 23, 1906.  She was married about 1935 to Gaylord Ernest Delange who was born April 29, 1909.

Children born to them include:

 Barbara Ann Delange born May 21, 1938
 Gary Lee Delange  born February 10, 1940

Emma Charlotte Hussey, daughter of William Ira Hussey and Hattie Virginia Anson Hussey, was born December 6, 1908.  She was married about 1933 to Arthur Frederick Saur who was born January 30, 1907.

Children born to them include:

 Arlene Marie Saur born December 7, 1935
 Betty Lou Saur  born February 4, 1939
 Sharon Jean Saur born June 18, 1943

Charles Grant Hussey, son of William Ira Hussey and Hattie Virginia Anson Hussey, was born April 10, 1911.  He was married about 1935 to Geraldine Olive Hokanson Shephard who was born May 14, 1912.

Children born to Charles Grant Hussey and Geraldine Olive Hokanson Shephard Hussey include:

 *Melody LaGreta Shephard Hussey born July 6, 1928
 Gerald Grant Hussey      born September 18, 1937
 Lynwood Charles Hussey     born May 28, 1947
 *Adopted

Alice Beatrice Hussey, daughter of William Ira Hussey and Hattie Virginia Anson Hussey, was born November 24, 1913.  She died July 4, 1914.

Alfred LaVerne Hussey, son of William Ira Hussey and Hattie Virginia Anson Hussey, was born April 20, 1916.  Of this individual nothing more is known.

Charles Nelson Hussey, son of Alfred Lee Hussey and Martha J. Miller Hussey, was born March 19, 1878.  He was married about 1896 to Leah Beaumont who was born in 1880.  She died in 1960.

Children born to Charles Nelson Hussey and Leah Beaumont Hussey include:

 Janet Hussey     born April 26, 1898
 Lillian Blanche Hussey  born August 20, 1899
 Jewell Beaumont Hussey born December 21, 1902

Janet Hussey, daughter of Charles Nelson Hussey and Leah Beaumont Hussey, was born April 26, 1890.  She was married about 1920 to Allen Matthew Milham who was born July 13, 1901.

Children born to them include:

 Robert Harold Milham born November 19, 1921
 Allen Edwin Milham  born September 30, 1923
 Dorothy Leah Milham born June 10, 1926

Lillian Blanche Hussey, daughter of Charles Nelson Hussey and Leah Beaumont Hussey, was born August 20, 1899.  She was married about 1915 to Joseph B. Oliver who was born April 7, 1885.

Children born to them include:

 George Joseph Oliver born July 12, 1920
 Blanche Leah Oliver  born May 3, 1922
 Charles Nixon Oliver born July 22, 1928

Jewell Beaumont Hussey, daughter of Charles Nelson Hussey and Leah Beaumont Hussey, was born December 21, 1902.  She was married about 1926 to Lawrence Walter Lundell who was born November 14, 1902.

Children born to them include:

 Walter Thomas Lundell born December 4, 1928
 David Ray Lundell   born December 2, 1931
 Jerell Leah Lundell   born October 21, 1933

Mary Elizabeth Hussey, daughter of Alfred Lee Hussey and Martha J. Miller Hussey, was born July 14, 1884.  She was married about 1900 to Rudolph Schweinfurth who was born February 1, 1897.

Children born to them include:

 Martha Schweinfurth    born September 23, 1901
 Rudolph Grant Schweinfurth born November 4, 1902
 Violet Mary Schweinfurth  born June 23, 1905

Rachel Elizabeth Hussey, daughter of William Hussey and Jane Edwards Hussey, was born April 17, 1839 at Mendon, Ohio.  She was mentioned in a certificate issued to her mother and family February 12, 1848 by Clear Creek Monthly Meeting enabling them to place membership with Union Monthly Meeting.  She was married about 1857 to George Gatch Parrott.  She died in 1865.

Children born to them include:

 Denton C. Parrott   born December 5, 1858
 Laura Elizabeth Parrott born August 25, 1863

William Harrison Hussey, son of William Hussey and Jane Edwards Hussey, was born February 18, 1841 at Mendon.  He was mentioned in a certificate issued February 12, 1848 to his mother and family to enable them to place membership with Union Monthly Meeting.

He was married June 14, 1866 to Margery Jane Nelson who was born April 1, 1845 in Wayne County, Ohio.  He served in the Union Army during the Civil War.  They lived in North Manchester, Indiana in 1875 and later in western Kansas and at Grand Junction, Colorado.  She died in 1908, and he died in 1910.

Children born to William Harrison Hussey and Margery Jane Nelson Hussey include:

 Ella M. Hussey   born in 1867
 Mary Ettie Hussey born June 26, 1871
 Dan Miller Hussey born November 1, 1874
 (child)     born September 2, 1876

Ella M. Hussey, daughter of William Harrison Hussey and Margery Jane Nelson Hussey, was born April 18, 1867 in Mercer County, Ohio.  She was married in Santa Fe, Kansas about 1890 to John G. Michaels who was born in 1861.  He, a Quaker, was graduated from Valparaiso University.  He taught school and later was a farmer and manager of farm co-ops.  In 1896 they moved to Grand Junction, Colorado.  He died in 1940, and she died in 1954.

Children born to them include:

 Hollis Michaels   born August 6, 1891
 Ralph Harold Michaels born September 13, 1893

Mary Ettie Hussey, daughter of William Harrison Hussey and Margery Jane Nelson Hussey, was born June 26, 1871.  She died September 4 of that year.

Dan Miller Hussey, son of William Harrison Hussey and Margery Jane Nelson Hussey, was born November 1, 1874.  He died April 14, 1875, "age one month, 23 days," and was buried in Holderman Cemetery, North Manchester, Indiana, according to "Cemetery Records of Wabash County, Indiana" by Lester H. Binnie.

Esther Neal Hussey, daughter of William Hussey and Jane Edwards Hussey, was born December 2, 1842 in Mercer County.  She was mentioned in a certificate issued by Clear Creek Monthly Meeting February 12, 1848 enabling her mother and family to place membership with Union Monthly Meeting.

She was again mentioned in a certificate issued by Clear Creek Monthly Meeting March 12, 1851 when the family prepared to visit West Branch Monthly Meeting, Miami County, Ohio.

She was married about 1860 to Philo Sperry Nottingham.  He was born in 1835 and died in 1863 of wounds received in the Civil War as a Union soldier, according to Florence Elizabeth Whitlock Williams.  She died in 1869.

Children born to them include:

 Jennie Maude Nottingham born March 17, 1862

Jennie Maude Nottingham, daughter of Philo Sperry Nottingham and Esther Neal Hussey Nottingham, was born March 17, 1862 at Syracuse, New York.  She was graduated from Valparaiso University and was married about 1882 to Orlando W. Whitlock who was born in Huntington, Indiana July 12, 1857.  He was also a Valparaiso graduate and received an LLB degree from University of Michigan.  He was an attorney in Huntington, Indiana and later a district judge there.  He owned a newspaper there.

Children born to them include:

 Wilfred J. Whitlock     born May 28, 1883
 Marietta Whitlock     born August 22, 1884
 Clarence J. Whitlock    born September 26, 1888
 Charles Nottingham Whitlock born June 10, 1896
 Florence Elizabeth Whitlock  born February 20, 1908

Wilfred J. Whitlock, son of Orlando W. Whitlock and Jennie Maude Nottingham Whitlock, was born May 28, 1883.  He was married about 1905 to Ivah Norton.  Later he was remarried to Lydia Machette.  He and his brother, Clarence J. Whitlock operated a publishing business in Huntington.  He died May 22, 1963.

Children born to them include:

 Wilfred J. O. Whitlock born in August 1906

Wilfred J. O. Whitlock, son of Wilfred J. Whitlock and Ivah Norton Whitlock, was born in August 1906.  He died in an automobile accident in 1921.

Marietta Whitlock, daughter of Orlando W. Whitlock and Jennie Maude Nottingham Whitlock, was born August 22, 1884.  She was married about 1905 to Andrew Robert Ramey.  They lived in Norman, Oklahoma where he was a professor at University of Oklahoma for 35 years.  She died December 16, 1944.

Children born to them include:

 Virginia Elizabeth Ramey born August 16, 1907
 Robert Whitlock Ramey born June 29, 1910

Clarence J. Whitlock, son of Orlando W. Whitlock and Jennie Maude Nottingham Whitlock, was born September 26, 1888.  He was married about 1910 to Opal Schideler and operated a publishing business in Huntington with his brother.

Children born to them include:

 William Edward Whitlock born July 21, 1911

Charles Nottingham Whitlock, son of Orlando W. Whitlock and Jennie Maude Nottingham Whitlock, was born June 1, 1896.  He died October 4, 1917 in World War I.

Florence Elizabeth Whitlock, daughter of Orlando W. Whitlock and Jennie Maude Nottingham Whitlock, was born February 20, 1908.  She attended University of Oklahoma where she was married about 1940 to Dr. Guy H. Williams.  Later he practiced in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Children born to them include:

 Jane Ellen Williams born June 19, 1942
 Mary Ann Williams born September 6, 1947

Jean Marie Hussey, daughter of William Hussey and Jane Edwards Hussey, was born September 10, 1845 in Mendon, Ohio.  She was married about 1865 to Isham Robbins who was born in 1845.  They lived on a farm adjoining that of her parents.  He died May 22, 1890, and she died in 1917 in California.

Children born to them include:

 Harry Lee Robbins   born February 26, 1866
 Cora Aldonia Robbins  born August 25, 1868
 Josie Ettie Robbins   born September 15, 1869
 Frank Hussey Robbins  born December 16, 1871
 Charles Edward Robbins born November 21, 1873
 James Arthur Robbins  born December 5, 1875
 Louis Spencer Robbins  born May 27, 1880
 Bertha Gertrude Robbins born July 27, 1878
 Wilfred William Robbins born May 11, 1884

Elizabeth "Betsy" Hussey, daughter of Christopher Hussey and Sarah Barker Hussey, was born March 1, 1805, probably in Alamance County, North Carolina, according to the records of Clear Creek Monthly Meeting, Clinton County, Ohio.  She died in infancy.

John Hussey, son of Christopher Hussey and Sarah Barker Hussey, was born November 15, 1806, probably in Alamance County, North Carolina, according to records of Miami Monthly Meeting, Warren County, Ohio.  He was mentioned in a request submitted by his mother to Fairfield Monthly Meeting, Highland County, Ohio March 26, 1808.  Apparently the family removed to Clinton County about 1810.

John Hussey was married about December 1827 to Jane D. Edwards, a cousin of Jane Edwards who married his brother.  She was born June 4, 1807, according to records of Miami Monthly Meeting.  She had been received on a certificate from Springfield Monthly Meeting dated November 24, 1827 by Clear Creek Monthy Meeting January 12, 1828.

On August 27, 1829 John Hussey and Jane D. Edwards Hussey of Highland County sold 107 acres to Archibald Edwards of Warren County, Ohio, according to Highland County Deed Book 3, page 151.

John Hussey, Jane D. Edwards Hussey and their son Isaac Hussey were granted a certificate to Miami Monthly Meeting October 15, 1829 by Clear Creek Monthly Meeting.  They were received there November 25, 1829.

On December 13, 1830 John Hussey and Jane D. Edwards Hussey of Warren County joined other members of her family, Ann Edwards of Warren County; Joshua Hadley and Ruth, his wife, of Clinton County; Armoni Hall and Elizabeth, his wife, of Clinton County; Lydia Edwards of Warren County and Mary Edwards of Warren County, in selling 107 acres in Highland County to Harland Harvey of Warren County.

Children born to John Hussey and Jane D. Edwards Hussey include:

 Isaac Hussey   born September 27, 1828
 Sarah Ann Hussey born January 26, 1830
 Elisha Hussey   born October 17, 1832
 Elwood Hussey  born October 21, 1834
 Mary Hussey   born July 22, 1837
 Amos Hussey   born January 1, 1841
 Lydia Hussey   born August 7, 1843
 Christopher Hussey born April 11, 1846

Isaac Hussey, son of John Hussey and Jane D. Edwards Hussey was born September 27, 1828 in Clinton County, Ohio, according to records of Clear Creek Monthly Meeting.  He was mentioned in a certificate issued to his parents October 15, 1829.  In the latter part of that year his parents moved to Warren County, Ohio.  He was married about 1861, wife's name Hanna A.  She was born in Kentucky in February 1830.  Isaac Hussey was disowned by Miami Monthly Meeting August 25, 1862 [perhaps for his marriage or Civil War service.]

He served in the 12th Ohio Infantry Regiment and on September 10, 1890 applied for a pension as an invalid.  In 1900 Isaac Hussey was enumerated as the head of a household, according to the federal census of Franklin County, Ohio.  He was recorded living on East Richmond Avenue, Columbus, Ohio.  Hanna A. Hussey applied for a pension as a widow November 4, 1905.

Children born to Isaac Hussey and Hanna A. Hussey include:

 Fanny G. Hussey born in March 1862

Fanny G. Hussey, daughter of Isaac Hussey and Hanna A. Hussey, was born in March 1862.  She was married about 1880 to John B. Edwards, according to the research of Rita Marie Ring.

Sarah Ann Hussey, daughter of John Hussey and Jane D. Edwards Hussey, was born January 26, 1830 in Warren County, according to records of Miami Monthly Meeting.  She was disowned by this church February 24, 1852 for "marrying out of unity."

Elisha Hussey, son of John Hussey and Jane D. Edwards Hussey, was born October 17, 1832 in Warren County, according to records of Miami Monthly Meeting.  The church records show that he was disowned December 23, 1868 for "marrying out of unity and joining another society."  Of this individual nothing more is known.

Elwood Hussey, son of John Hussey and Jane D. Edwards Hussey, was born October 21, 1834 in Warren County, according to records of Miami Monthly Meeting.  He was married about 1868, wife's name Elizabetha.  She was born in Ohio in January 1849.  They lived in Ohio until at least August 1894 and were enumerated in the 1900 census living in Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.

Children born to Elwood Hussey and Elizabetha Hussey include:

 John H. Hussey  born in November 1869
 Daisy Hussey   born in October 1871
 Georgia G. Hussey born in February 1875
 Hugh H. Hussey  born in October 1876
 Samuel E. Hussey born in June 1884
 Lindley M. Hussey born in August 1894

Mary Hussey, daughter of John Hussey and Jane D. Edwards Hussey, was born July 22, 1837 in Warren County, according to records of Miami Monthly Meeting.  She was married April 17, 1856 to David R. Harlan in Warren County, according to the research of Rita Marie Ring.  She was disowned "for marrying out of unity" November 25, 1857, according to the church records.

Amos Hussey, son of John Hussey and Jane D. Edwards Hussey, was born January 1, 1841 in Warren County, according to records of Miami Monthly Meeting.  He was condemned for "marrying out of unity" June 23, 1869.

Lydia Hussey, daughter of John Hussey and Jane D. Edwards Hussey, was born August 7, 1843 in Warren County, according to records of Miami Monthly Meeting.  Of this individual nothing more is known.

Christopher Hussey, son of John Hussey and Jane D. Edwards Hussey, was born April 11, 1846 in Warren County, according to records of Miami Monthly Meeting.  Of this individual nothing more is known.

Kerenhappuch [Hebrew for Cornucopia, third daughter of Job's second family] Hussey, daughter of Christopher Hussey and Sarah Barker Hussey, was born July 28, 1809 in Highland County, Ohio.  She was married April 7, 1825 to John S. Kelvey, according to Highland County marriage records.  She was disowned August 13, 1825 by Clear Creek Monthly Meeting for "marrying contrary to discipline."

Eunice Hussey, daughter of Christopher Hussey and Sarah Barker Hussey, was born November 6, 1812 in Highland County.  She was married about 1831 to James Underwood, according to the research of Rita Marie Ring.  Eunice Hussey Underwood was disowned July 24, 1832 by Clear Creek Monthly Meeting for "marrying contrary to discipline."

Christopher Hussey, twin son of Christopher Hussey and Rachel R. Jackson Graham Hussey, was born July 26, 1816, according to records of Clear Creek Monthly Meeting.  He was married December 24, 1835 to Rachel Moberly, according to Highland County marriage records.  He was disowned November 22, 1836 for "marrying contrary to discipline" by Clear Creek Monthly Meeting.  He purchased from his parents November 4, 1841 116 acres in Liberty township, according to Highland County Deed Book 9, page 260.

Christopher Hussey and Rachel Moberly Hussey removed about 1849 to Iowa with his father, settling near New London, Iowa.  He was enumerated as the head of a household in the 1850 census of Henry County, Iowa, page 267.  The household, No. 1575-1575, was listed in an adjoining entry with that of Christopher Hussey.  The family was recorded as:

 "Hussey, Christopher 34, born in Ohio, farmer, $2,000 real estate
 Rachel      31, born in Ohio
 John       13, born in Ohio
 Charles      11, born in Ohio
 Maria       9, born in Ohio
 Ellen       7, born in Ohio
 Elizabeth     5, born in Ohio
 Hallena      4, born in Ohio
 Hannah      3, born in Ohio
 Delila       3/12, born in Iowa"

Children born to Christopher Hussey and Rachel Moberly Hussey include:

 John Hussey   born in 1837
 Charles Hussey  born in 1839
 Maria Hussey   born in 1841
 Ellen Hussey   born in 1843
 Elizabeth Hussey  born in 1845
 Hallena Hussey  born in 1846
 Hannah Hussey  born in 1847
 Delila Hussey   born in 1850

Rita Marie Ring wrote February 3, 1983:

"I have a Christopher who was born about 1846 in Ohio.  He was married about 1868 to Mary Bennett.  Their children include: Susie Hussey, born about 1869, Ohio and Ethel May Hussey, born about 1877, Ohio.   Living with them in Marion township, Clinton County, was his brother-in-law, Jessey Bennett, born in 1833, Ohio."

Lydia Hussey, twin daughter of Christopher Hussey and Rachel R. Jackson Graham Hussey, was born July 26, 1816 in Clinton County, Ohio, according to records of Clear Creek Monthly Meeting.  She was married November 10, 1836 to Frederick Moberly, half brother to Rachel Moberly Hussey. He was born in Liberty Township in 1812 and died in 1875, according to "History of Highland County, Ohio" written by Rev. J. W. Klise and published by Cook  McDowell Publications, Owensboro, Kentucky.  She died in 1873 at age 57.  Eight children were born to them.