husseyms_017 The Hussey Manuscript Page

Bachelor Hussey, son of Sylvanus Hussey and Hepzibah Starbuck Hussey, was born 29th, 11th month, 1728-29, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  He was married 29th, 10th month, "called December," 1748 in Sherburne, Massachusetts to Anna Coffin, daughter of Daniel Coffin and Mary Blake Coffin.  Bachelor Hussey received a house on Nantucket Island under the terms of his father's will probated March 6, 1767.

Bachelor Hussey "loaned money to the colonies" during the Revolution, according to "History of Nantucket."  He was cited in "DAR Patriot Index" for rendering patriotic service during the Revolutionary War.  He was a selectman in Nantucket November 20, 1775.  He signed a petition for welfare relief of the poor May 23, 1780

He appeared as the head of a household in the 1790 census of Sherburne, according to "Heads of Households, Massachusetts, 1790," page 163.  The family was rendered as:

"Hussey, Bachelor white male over 16
       white female
       white male under 16
       white male under 16
       white female
       white female"

He reappeared in the 1800 census of Nantucket, page 16, as the head of a household composed of:

"Hussey, Bachelor white male over 45
       white female over 45
       white female 16-26

Bachelor Hussey died April 12, 1805, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  Louis Coffin in "The Coffin Family" states that Anna Coffin Hussey died January 2, 1807.

Children born to Bachelor Hussey and Anna Coffin Hussey include:

 Phebe Hussey   born 12th, 10th month, 1749
 Hepsibah Hussey  born 8th, 2nd month, 1751
 Tristram Hussey  born 6th, 2nd month, 1753
 Mary Hussey   born February 2, 1755
 Freelove Hussey  born May 18, 1757
 Zaccheus Hussey  born May 18, 1760
 Susannah Hussey born June 25, 1762
 Lydia Hussey   born July 29, 1764
 Elizabeth Hussey  born August 20, 1766
 Moses Hussey   born November 19, 1768
 Peter Hussey   born January 26, 1775

Phebe Hussey, daughter of Bachelor Hussey and Anna Coffin Hussey, was born 12th, 10th month, 1749, according to Folger genealogical records.  She died July 27, 1758, according to "Vital Records of Nantucket."

Hepsibah Hussey, daughter of Bachelor Hussey and Anna Coffin Hussey, was born 8th, 2nd month, 1751, according to Folger genealogical records.  She died at age 9, December 18, 1760, according to Nantucket Quaker records.

Tristram Hussey, son of Bachelor Hussey and Anna Coffin Hussey, was born 6th, 2nd month, 1753, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  He was married November 6, 1777 to Sarah Folger, daughter of William Folger and Ruth Coffin Folger.

Tristram Hussey appeared as the head of a household in the 1790 census of Nantucket Island, according to "Heads of Households, Massachusetts, 1790," page 163.  The family was recorded as:

"Hussey, Tristram white male over 16
       white female
       white male over 16
       white female
       white female
       white male under 16
       white male under 16
       white male under 16
       white female"

He reappeared as the head of a household in the 1800 census of Nantucket.  The family was composed of:

"Hussey, Tristram white male over 45
       white female over 45
       white male 16-26
       white female 16-26
       white male 16-26
       white female 16-26
       white male 16-26
       white male 10-16
       white female 0-10"

Tristram Hussey was named to a committee to assist in digging a channel to Nantucket harbor in 1803, according to "History of Nantucket."  He died October 10, 1822, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  His obituary appeared in the October 30, 1822 edition of "Columbia Centinel," showing his age as 69.  Sarah Folger Hussey died "of old age" April 2, 1849 at age 92, according to Nantucket Quaker records.

Children born to Tristram Hussey and Sarah Folger Hussey include:

 Anna Hussey    born April 7, 1779
 Richard Hussey   born July 17, 1781
 Samuel Hussey   born January 1, 1783
 Timothy Hussey   born March 18, 1785
 Sarah Hussey    born April 22, 1788
 Elizabeth Hussey   born June 29, 1790
 William Folger Hussey born March 31, 1793
 Robert Hussey   born March 8, 1797
 Sarah Hussey    born August 26, 1799

Anna Hussey, daughter of Tristram Hussey and Sarah Folger Hussey, was born April 7, 1779, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  She apparently did not marry.  She appeared as the head of a household in the 1850 census of Nantucket County.  The family, No. 273-354, consisting of Anna Hussey, her brothers, a sister and a female believed to be a neice were listed as:

"Hussey, Ann 71, born in Massachusetts
Samuel 67, born in Massachusetts, merchant, $8000 real estate
Timothy 65, born in Massachusetts, wharfinger
Mitchell, Eliza 59, born in Massachusetts
Garrity, Ann 20, born in Massachusetts"

Richard Hussey, son of Tristram Hussey and Sarah Folger Hussey, was born July 17, 1781, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  He died January 8, 1804, single, in Jamaica, according to Folger genealogical records.  He was apparently a seaman on a voyage.

Samuel Hussey, son of Tristram Hussey and Sarah Folger Hussey, was born January 1, 1783, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  It is believed that he did not marry.  He appeared in the household of his sister, Anna Hussey, in the 1850 census of Nantucket as a merchant, age 67, owning $8,000 in real estate.

Timothy Hussey, son of Tristram Hussey and Sarah Folger Hussey, was born March 18, 1785, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  It is believed that he did not marry.

In the diary of William C. Folger of Nantucket it was noted on August 10, 1840 that Timothy Hussey was one of five men who gave a deed of a lot to the building committee of the "Baptist Society."

He was recorded in the 1850 census of Nantucket living in the household of his sister, Anna Hussey.  He, age 65, was listed as a wharfinger [wharf owner or manager].  Nothing more is known of him.

Sarah Hussey, daughter of Tristram Hussey and Sarah Folger Hussey, was born April 22, 1788, according to Folger genealogical records.  She July 9, 1794, according to Nantucket Quaker records.

Elizabeth Hussey, daughter of Tristram Hussey and Sarah Folger Hussey, was born June 29, 1790, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  She was married November 21, 1810 to Daniel Mitchell, son of Laban Mitchell.  Elizabeth Hussey Mitchell, apparently a widow, age 59, appeared in the 1850 census of Nantucket County living in the household of her sister, Anna Hussey.

William Folger Hussey, son of Tristram Hussey and Sarah Folger Hussey, was born March 31, 1793, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  He died August 4, 1794.

Robert Hussey, son of Tristram Hussey and Sarah Folger Hussey, was born March 8, 1797, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  He died November 3, 1797.

Sarah Hussey, daughter of Tristram Hussey and Sarah Folger Hussey, was born August 26, 1799, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  She was married June 8, 1821 in Nantucket to John Milton Earle, "merchant of Leicester," son of Pliny Earle of Leicester, Massachusetts.  The wedding was reported in the June 16, 1821 edition of "Columbia Centinel."

Mary Hussey, daughter of Bachelor Hussey and Anna Coffin Hussey, was born February 2, 1755, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  She was married August 30, 1774 to Barzilla Swain, son of Francis Swain and Mary Swain.  She died six years later September 17, 1780.

Freelove Hussey, daughter of Bachelor Hussey and Anna Coffin Hussey, was born May 18, 1757 and "died young," according to Folger genealogical records.

Zaccheus Hussey, son of Bachelor Hussey and Anna Coffin Hussey, was born May 18, 1760, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  He was married July 23, 1780 to Lydia Folger, daughter of William Folger and Ruth Coffin Folger.  Lydia Folger was a sister to Sarah Folger who married his brother, Tristram Hussey.

Zaccheus Hussey was enumerated as the head of the household in Nantucket in 1790.  The household was listed in "Head of Households, Massachusetts, 1790," page 162, as:

"Hussey, Zaccheus white male over l6
       white female
       white male under 16
       white male under 16
       white female
       white female
       white male under 16
       white female"

He reappeared as the head of a household in the 1800 census of Nantucket.  The family was composed of:

"Hussey, Zaccheus white male 26-45
       white female 26-45
       white male 16-26
       white male 16-26
       white female 10-16
       white female 10-16
       white male 10-16
       white female 0-10
       white female 0-10
       white male 0-10
       white male 0-10
       white female 0-10"

Zaccheus Hussey and his brother Peter Hussey were withdrawn from by the Society of Friends in 1810.  They were named in a list of "Proprietors of Second Congregational meetinghouse" April 26, 1810, according to  "History of Nantucket."  He was a justice of the peace in Nantucket in 1812.

He appeared as the head of a household in the 1830 census of Nantucket County, page 37.  The family was recorded as:

"Hussey, Zaccheus white male 70-80
       white female 70-80
       white male 30-40
       white female 20-30"

Zaccheus Hussey died February 6, 1839, at "age 78 years, eight months, of rheumatism and general debility," according to Folger genealogical records.  He was buried in Southside Congregational Church cemetery.

Lydia Folger Hussey appeared as the head of a household in the 1840 census of Nantucket, page 395.  She died of "old age" April 27, 1842, at age 83, according to Folger genealogical records.

Children born to Zaccheus Hussey and Lydia Folger Hussey include:

 Frederick A. Hussey   born October 2, 1780
 Valentine Hussey   born November 13, 1783
 Lydia Hussey     born November 6, 1786
 Mary Hussey     born August 30, 1788
 Susan Hussey     born September 14, 1790
 Elizabeth Hussey    born April 22, 1792
 Sarah Hussey     born November 1, 1794
 George A. Hussey (twin) born September 3, 1796
 Charles F. Hussey (twin) born September 3, 1796
 Francis Folger Hussey  born December 29, 1798
 Anna Hussey     born March 10, 1801

Frederick A. Hussey, son of Zaccheus Hussey and Lydia Folger Hussey, was born October 2, 1780 on Nantucket Island.  He declared a marriage intent January 30, 1803 with Lydia Cartwright, daughter of John Cartwright and Mary Starbuck Cartwright, according to Folger genealogical records.  Elizabeth Hussey, sister of Frederick A. Hussey later married George B. Cartwright, brother of Lydia Cartwright.  Lydia Cartwright Hussey died February 7, 1827, at age 44.

Frederick A. Hussey was remarried July 18, 1830 to Mrs. Sarah C. "Sally" Cartwright Clark Gelston, sister to Lydia Cartwright Hussey.  She was a widow of Matthew Clark and was later married to Samuel Gelston who also died.

Frederick A. Hussey was enumerated as the head of a household in the 1830 census of Nantucket County, page 37.  The family was rendered as:

"Hussey, Frederick A. white male 50-60
        white female 40-50
        white female l0-16
        white female 10-16
        white female 0-5"

He reappeared as the head of a household in the 1840 census of Nantucket, page 400. He was listed as the head of Household No. 281-364 recorded in the 1850 census as:

"Hussey, Frederick 69, born in Massachusetts, merchant, $300 real estate
Sarah C. 63, born in Massachusetts"

Sarah C. "Sally" Cartwright Clark Gelston Hussey died before Frederick A. Hussey.  He was remarried after 1850 to Hannah Trigg "of England," according to Folger genealogical records.  No children were born to Frederick A. Hussey and Hannah Trigg Hussey.  Children born to the second union are unknown.

It is believed that children born to Frederick A. Hussey and Lydia Cartwright Hussey include:

 Mary J. Hussey  born August 9, 1816
 Elizabeth C. Hussey born January 19, 1827

Mary J. Hussey, daughter of Frederick A. Hussey and Lydia Cartwright Hussey, was born August 9, 1816, according to her gravestone in Prospect Hill Cemetery on Nantucket Island.  She was married September 1, 1845 to David C. Baxter, son of Reuben Baxter and Love Baxter, according to Folger genealogical records.

Elizabeth Hussey, daughter of Frederick A. Hussey and Lydia Cartwright Hussey, was born January 19, 1827, according to Folger genealogical records.  She was married to Alexander S. Chase, son of Benjamin W. Chase November 19, 1848.

Valentine Hussey, son of Zaccheus Hussey and Lydia Folger Hussey, was born November 13, 1783, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  He was married June 4, 1806 to Lydia Barnard, daughter of Shubael Barnard and Ruth Bunker Myrick Barnard, his second wife, according to the church records.

Lydia Barnard Hussey died in Nantucket October 21, 1809, according to her obituary in the November 8, 1809 edition of "Columbia Centinel."  Valentine Hussey was remarried to Eunice Bunker Fitch, daughter of Latham Bunker and Anna Coleman Bunker, and widow of George Fitch.  The wedding was performed January 10, 1811 in the Nantucket Quaker church.

Eunice Bunker Fitch Hussey died in Nantucket March 27, 1826.  She was 44, according to her obituary in the April 5, 1826 edition of "Columbia Centinel."  Valentine Hussey was married in Nantucket for the third time May 3, 1827 to Mrs. Mary P. Tuck Perkins, daughter of Samuel J. Tuck, according to the May 18, 1827 edition of "Columbia Centinel."

Valentine Hussey appeared as the head of a household counted in the 1830 census of Nantucket Island, page 36.  The family was numbered as:

"Hussey, Valentine white male 40-50
       white female 20-30
       white female 20-30
       white male 20-30
       white male 15-20
       white female 15-20
       white male 5-10
       white male 0-5"

Valentine Hussey Bro., an oil manufactory, suffered a $10,000 loss in a fire in Nantucket in May 1836, according to "History of Nantucket."  He appeared as the head of a household in the 1840 census of Nantucket, page 449.

He reappeared as the head of Household No. 277-358 that was enumerated in the federal census of Nantucket August 12, 1850 as:

"Hussey, Valentine 66, born in Massachusetts, insurance secretary, $4,000 real estate
Mary P. 49, born in Massachusetts

Valentine Hussey died March 19, 1855 at age 71, according to "The Friend," Quaker publication of Honolulu, Hawaii.  The article mentioned that Valentine Hussey, "for the last eight years secretary of Commercial Insurance Company, was the father of C. F. Hussey of Honolulu."

Children born to Valentine Hussey and Lydia Barnard Hussey include:

 Henry Barnard Hussey born April 15, 1807
 Thomas B. Hussey  born February 16, 1809

Children born to Valentine Hussey and Eunice Bunker Fitch Hussey include:

 George Fitch Hussey  born November 16, 1811
 Lydia Barnard Hussey  born March 26, 1813
 Charles F. Hussey   born December 6, 1814
 William Barnard Hussey born July 15, 1817
 Susan Calef Hussey   born February 8, 1823
 Sarah Hussey     born May 23, 1824
 Valentine Hussey   born February 14, 1826

No children were born to Valentine Hussey and Mary P. Tuck Perkins Hussey.

Henry Barnard Hussey, son of Valentine Hussey and Lydia Barnard Hussey, was born April 15, 1807, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  He died "in New York" in 1839, according to Folger genealogical records.

Thomas B. Hussey, son of Valentine Hussey and Lydia Barnard Hussey, was born February 16, 1809 and died December 10, 1809, according to Nantucket Quaker records.

George Fitch Hussey, son of Valentine Hussey and Eunice Bunker Fitch Hussey, was born November 16, 1811.  He was married "out of unity" about 1835 to Mary Willetts of New York.  They lived in Brooklyn, New York shortly after the wedding.  Mary Willetts Hussey, a "non-member," died January 6, 1842, "at age 28 years, five months," according to records of New York Monthly Meeting.  He was remarried to Margaret Sterling of Connecticut.  He died December 9, 1859, at age 48, according to the New York church records.

Children born to George Fitch Hussey and Mary Willetts Hussey include a stillborn infant born January 6, 1842, according to records of New York Monthly Meeting.  Children born to him and Margaret Sterling Hussey are unknown.

Lydia Barnard Hussey, daughter of Valentine Hussey and Eunice Bunker Fitch Hussey, was born March 26, 1813, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  She was married September 29, 1836 to Rev. George Bradburn of Lowell, Massachusetts.  He was ordained a minister in the Universalist Church June 1, 1831, and his first pastorage was at Nantucket, according to "History of Nantucket." She died in August 1838 at age 24.

Charles F. Hussey, son of Valentine Hussey and Eunice Bunker Fitch Hussey, was born December 6, 1814, according to Nantucket Quaker records. He was married April 11, 1837 to Charlotte M. Athearn, daughter of James Athearn and Lydia Cary Athearn, according to the Quaker church records.  He was remarried to Lydia H. Norton, daughter of Constant Norton and Lydia Norton of New Bedford, Massachusetts, according to Folger genealogical records.

In June 1855 Charles F. Hussey was a resident of Honolulu, Hawaii, according to "The Friend," a monthly Quaker magazine published in Hawaii.

Children born to Charles F. Hussey and Lydia H. Norton Hussey are unknown.  Children born to him and Charlotte M. Athearn Hussey include:

 James Valentine Hussey born February 1838

James Valentine Hussey, son of Charles F. Hussey and Charlotte M. Athearn Hussey, was born in February 1838 and died May 16, 1839 at 15 months, according to South Congregational Church records.

William Barnard Hussey, son of Valentine Hussey and Eunice Bunker Fitch Hussey, was born July 15, 1817 and died March 21, 1818, according to Nantucket records.

Susan Calef Hussey, daughter of Valentine Hussey and Eunice Bunker Fitch Hussey, was born February 8, 1823 and died March 15, 1823, according to Nantucket Quaker records.

Sarah Hussey, daughter of Valentine Hussey and Eunice Bunker Fitch Hussey, was born May 23, 1824 and died September 15, 1825, according to Nantucket Quaker records.

Valentine Hussey, son of Valentine Hussey and Eunice Bunker Fitch Hussey, was born February 14, 1826, according to Nantucket Quaker records. He was married about 1850 to Mary S. Macy, daughter of Thomas Macy and Eunice Macy.  Children born to Valentine Hussey and Mary S. Macy Hussey are unknown.

Lydia Hussey, daughter of Zaccheus Hussey and Lydia Folger Hussey, was born November 6, 1786, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  She was married February 6, 1805 to Josiah Macy, son of Jonathan Macy, Jr. and Rose Macy.

He became a sea captain and shipowner, later having a fleet of ships and an import business.  In 1827 they lived in New York.  In 1853 he retired and removed to Rye, New York.  She died September 25, 1861, and he died after 1867, according to DAR Application No. 290587.

Children born to them include:

 William Henry Macy born October 4, 1805

William Henry Macy, son of Josiah Macy and Lydia Hussey Macy, was born October 4, 1805 on Nantucket Island, eight months after the marrige of his parents.  He was married October 10, 1827 to Eliza L. Jenkins.  Both died after 1868.

Children born to them include:

 Silvanus J. Macy  born July 28, 1833

Silvanus J. Macy, son of William Henry Macy and Eliza L. Jenkins Macy, was born July 28, 1833.  He was married October 27, 1853 to Caroline Ridgeway.  She died after 1868, and he died April 16, 1903, probably in New York City.

Children born to Silvanus J. Macy and Caroline Ridgeway Macy include:

 Sarah Ridgeway Macy born about 1860

Sarah Ridgeway Macy, daughter of Silvanus J. Macy and Caroline Ridgeway Macy, was born about 1860 in New York City.  She was married first to a man named Brewster, and was remarried to James Warwick.  In 1935 she, a divorcee, lived at 1713 22nd Street, Washington, D.C, according to her DAR application.

Mary Hussey, daughter of Zaccheus Hussey and Lydia Folger Hussey, was born August 30, 1788, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  She was married in Nantucket Sunday, April 1, 1810 to Thomas Odiorne of Ashton, Pennsylvania, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  The town of Ashton is no longer locatable on Pennsylvania maps, but it is assumed that the hamlet was located in York County, Pennsylvania, a center of the Quakers.  Thomas Odiorne was formerly a merchant of Boston, according to the April 11, 1810 edition of "Columbia Centinel" which reported the wedding.

Susan Hussey, daughter of Zaccheus Hussey and Lydia Folger Hussey, was born September 14, 1790, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  She was married May 14, 1812 to Josiah Calef, "merchant of Saco, Maine," according to the May 30, 1812 edition of "Columbia Centinel."

Elizabeth Hussey, daughter of Zaccheus Hussey and Lydia Folger Hussey, was born September 22, 1792, according to Nantucket Quaker records. She declared a marriage intent August 19, 1815 with George B. Cartwright, son of John Cartwright and Mary Starbuck Cartwright.

Sarah Hussey, daughter of Zaccheus Hussey and Lydia Folger Hussey, was born November 1, 1794, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  She became the third wife of Philip H. Folger, son of George Folger and Rebecca Slocum Folger, October 6, 1819, according to records of South Congregational Church, Nantucket.  Sarah Hussey Folger died before 1847.

George Alexander Hussey, believed to be a twin of Zaccheus Hussey and Lydia Folger Hussey, was born September 3, 1796, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  Of this individual nothing more is known.

Charles F. Hussey, believed to be a twin of Zaccheus Hussey and Lydia Folger Hussey, was born September 3, 1796, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  He died "of yellow fever in New Orleans, Louisiana at age 24" September 4, 1820, according to Folger genealogical records.

Francis Folger Hussey, son of Zaccheus Hussey and Lydia Folger Hussey, was born December 29, 1798, according to Folger genealogical records.  He was married April 28, 1822 to Anna Fitch, daughter of George Fitch and Eunice Bunker Fitch.  She died November 22, 1827 "in New York at age 28," according to the November 28, 1827 edition of "Columbia Centinel."

Francis Folger Hussey was remarried to Abby Barney, daughter of Matthew Barney and Abigail Macy Barney November 18, 1830.  The home of Francis Folger Hussey was destroyed in a conflagration which struck Nantucket June 2, 1838, according to the files of "Nantucket Inquirer."  About 30 homes and businesses were destroyed in the fire, according to the news story.  He appeared as the head of a household in the 1840 census of Nantucket, page 373.

Children born to Francis Folger Hussey and Anna Fitch Hussey include:

 Francis Folger Hussey, Jr. born in 1826
 Charles Hussey    born about 1828

Children born to Francis Folger Hussey and Abby Barney Hussey include:

 Everett Hussey    born about 1834
 Matthew B. Hussey   born about 1836
 Richard Mayhew Hussey born about 1839

Francis Folger Hussey Jr., son of Francis Folger Hussey and Anna Fitch Hussey, was born in 1826, according to Folger genealogical records.  He was married about 1846 to Mrs. Susan A. Parker Leavitt, widow of William H. Leavitt and daughter of David Parker and Judith Parker.  Francis Folger Hussey, Jr. and Susan A. Parker Leavitt Hussey, childless, were later separated, according to "History of Nantucket."

Charles Hussey, son of Francis Folger Hussey and Anna Fitch Hussey, was born about 1828.

Captain Charles W. Hussey departed Nantucket harbor September 23, 1856 for a whaling cruise in the Atlantic in the schooler "Watchman."  He returned August 26, 1858 with 44 barrels of sperm oil, 386 barrels of whale oil, l,350 pounds of whale bone and four barrels of ambergris, which sold for $10,000, according to "History of Nantucket."

He sailed again from Nantucket November 30, 1860 in the "Watchman" for another Atlantic cruise.  He returned October 31, 1861 with 20 barrels of sperm oil and 400 barrels of whale oil which was "sold to Providencetown."

He embarked again May 9, 1862 in the bark "R. L. Barstow," 200 tons, for a whaling cruise in the Atlantic.  He returned July 26, 1865 with 360 barrels of sperm oil and 556 barrels of whale oil.

Everett Hussey, son of Francis Folger Hussey and Abby Barney Hussey, was born about 1834 on Nantucket Island, according to "History of Buffalo, New York" by Henry Wayland Hill, published in 1923.  He was married about 1870 to Sarah L. Brigham who was born in Hudson, Massachusetts.  In 1873 they lived in Marlborough, Massachusetts.  He died in 1918, and she continued in Malborough in 1923.

Children born to Everett Hussey and Sarah L. Brigham Hussey include:

 Harry B. Hussey  born January 26, 1873

Harry B. Hussey, son of Everett Hussey and Sarah L. Brigham Hussey, was born at Marlborough, Massachusetts January 26, 1873.  He was graduated from Tufts College in 1902 with a B.S. degree in electrical engineering.  He worked for Stanley Electric Company, Pittsfield, Massachusetts until 1905.  In 1921 he was manager of Crocker Wheeler Company in Rochester, New York.  He was married in that year to Myrtle B. Hill who was born in Wales, New York, according to "History of Buffalo, New York."  Children born to Harry B. Hussey and Myrtle B. Hill Hussey are unknown.

Matthew B. Hussey, son of Francis Folger Hussey and Abbey Barney Hussey, was born about 1836 on Nantucket Island, according to Folger genealogical records.  He was married about 1858 to Ellen Brown of Marlborough, Massachusetts.  Children born to Matthew B. Hussey and Ellen Brown Hussey are unknown.

Richard Mayhew Husey, son of Francis Folger Hussey and Abby Barney Hussey, was born in March 1838, according to his gravestone in Prospect Hill Cemetery on Nantucket Island.  One record shows his name as "Richard Mitchell Hussey."  He died February 6, 1839, at age 11 months "of a violent fever."

Anna Hussey, daughter of Zaccheus Hussey and Lydia Folger Hussey, was born March 10, 1801 on Nantucket Island.  She was married May 8, 1847, at age 46, to Philip H. Folger, son of George Folger and Rebecca Slocum Folger.  Philip H. Folger was previously married to her sister, Sarah Hussey.

Susannah Hussey, daughter of Bachelor Hussey and Anna Coffin Hussey, was born June 25, 1762, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  She was married July 28, 1786 to Obed Barnard, son of Benjamin Barnard and Judith Folger Barnard.

Lydia Hussey, daughter of Bachelor Hussey and Anna Coffin Hussey, was born July 29, 1764 on Nantucket Island.  She was married April 15, 1784 to Alexander Coffin, Jr., son of Alexander Coffin and Eunice Bunker Coffin.

Elizabeth Hussey, daughter of Bachelor Hussey and Anna Coffin Hussey, was born August 20, 1766, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  She was married July 18, 1789 to Peter Chase, son of James Chase, according to Folger genealogical records.

Moses Hussey, son of Bachelor Hussey and Anna Coffin Hussey, was born November 19, 1768, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  He was lost at sea, at age 17, in 1785, according to "History of Nantucket."

Peter Hussey, son of Bachelor Hussey and Anna Coffin Hussey, was born January 26, 1775 on Nantucket Island, according to an old Bible which was in the possession of James L. Hammond "of Mattapoisett" in 1911.  He was married July 5, 1794 to Mary Mooers, daughter William Mooers and Charity Mooers in Nantucket.

He was enumerated as the head of a household in the 1800 census of Nantucket, page 16.  The family consisted of:

"Hussey, Peter white male 26-45
      white female 26-45
      white male 10-16
      white female 0-10
      white female over 45"

Peter Hussey and his brother Zaccheus Hussey were withdrawn from by the Society of Friends in 1810.  They were named in a list of "Proprietors of Second Congregational Church meetinghouse" April 26, 1810, according to "History of Nantucket."  Peter Hussey, described as a Federalist, was named to a committee April 30, 1812 to draft a petition to Congress.  Peter Hussey and Josiah Hussey were named to a committee May 11, 1814 to contest the election of Micajah Gardner as a selectman in Nantucket.  On June 25, 1814 Peter Hussey threatened to sue the selectmen of Nantucket in a dispute.

Peter Hussey died March 8, 1815, age 40 years, two months, according to his tombstone in Prospect Hill Cemetery on Nantucket Island.  He was killed when thrown from his carriage, according to a news article in "Providence Gazette."  He was Deputy Grand Master of the 12th Masonic District, according to his obituary in the March 15, 1815 edition of "Columbia Centinel."

"Mary Hussey," believed to be Mary Mooers Hussey, was enumerated as the head of a household in the 1830 census of Nantucket Island, page 36.  The family was listed as:

"Hussey, Mary white female 50-60
     white male 20-30
     white male 15-20
     white female 15-20"

Mary Mooers Hussey was remarried September 15, 1830 to Jared Gardner, son of Shubael Gardner and Judith Gardner.

Children born to Peter Hussey and Mary Mooers Hussey include:

 Mary Hussey      born June 25, 1790
 Amelia Hussey     born September 19, 1801
 Elizabeth C. Hussey    born March 13, 1803
 William Mooers Hussey  born April 26, 1805
 Ann Coffin Hussey    born March 20, 1807
 Charles Edward Hussey  born August 21, 1809
 Susan Barnard Hussey   born June 14, 1811
 Frederick Augustus Hussey born August 2, 1813

Mary Hussey, daughter of Peter Hussey and Mary Mooers Hussey, was born June 25, 1790, according to "Vital Records of Nantucket."  She was married May 4, 1820 to George G. Mitchell, son of Paul Mitchell and Merab Mitchell, according to records of South Congregational Church on Nantucket Island.  He wedding was reported in the May 13, 1820 edition of "Columbia Centinel."

Amelia Hussey, daughter of Peter Hussey and Mary Mooers Hussey, was born September 19, 1801, according to records of South Congregational Church of Nantucket.  She declared a marriage intent May 8, 1819 with William H. Hill of Boston.  They were married May 20, 1819.

Elizabeth C. Hussey, daughter of Peter Hussey and Mary Mooers Hussey, was born March 13, 1803, according to Folger genealogical records.  She was married January 1, 1822 to William Coffin, Jr., son of William Coffin and Deborah Pinkham Coffin.

William Mooers Hussey, son of Peter Hussey and Mary Mooers Hussey, was born in Nantucket May 26, 1805.  He was married March 27, 1825 to Phoebe C. Folger, daughter of Aaron Folger and Mary Thompson Folger, according to Folger genealogical records.

William Mooers Hussey appeared as the head of a household in the 1830 census of Nantucket County, page 37.  The family was recorded as:

"Hussey, William white male 20-30
      white female 20-30
      white female 0-5
      white female 0-5
      white male 0-5"

In 1844 they lived in New Bedford, Massachusetts.  Children born to William Mooers Hussey and Phoebe C. Folger Hussey include:

 Mary F. Hussey    born in 1826
 Amelia M. Hussey   born in 1827
 Peter Hussey     born in 1829
 William Augustus Hussey born September 23, 1832
 George B. V. Hussey   born April 11, 1836
 Victoria A. Hussey   born October 11, 1839
 Martha Harrison Hussey born April 15, 1842

Mary F. Hussey, daughter of William Mooers Hussey and Phoebe C. Folger Hussey, was born in 1826, probably on Nantucket Island.  Later her family removed to New Bedford, Massachusetts.  Mary F. Hussey and Warren G. Price, both of New Bedford, were married September 15, 1844, according to "Vital Records of New Bedford."  Possibly the marriage was annulled because Mary F. Hussey regained her maiden name and was married April 10, 1847 to William R. Russell, son of Isaiah Russell and Cynthia Russell.

Amelia M. Hussey, daughter of William Mooers Hussey and Phoebe C. Folger Hussey, was born in 1827, probably on Nantucket Island.  She was married December 23, 1846 to William W. Bliss, age 25, a physician of Springfield, Massachusetts, according to "Vital Records of New Bedford."

Peter Hussey, son of William Mooers Hussey and Phoebe C. Folger Hussey, was born in 1829, according to Folger genealogical records.  Later his family removed to New Bedford, Massachusetts.  He was married about 1850 to Jane Baker of New Bedford.  He was remarried to Carrie Baker, believed to be a sister of Jane Baker.  Children born to Peter Hussey, Jane Baker Hussey and Carrie Baker Hussey are unknown.

William Augustus Hussey, son of William Mooers Hussey and Phoebe C. Folger Hussey, was born September 23, 1832, according to his tombstone in Prospect Hill Cemetery on Nantucket Island.  He died at age two months, November 23, 1832.

George B. V. Hussey, son of William Mooers Hussey and Phoebe C. Folger Hussey, was born May 11, 1836, according to Folger genealogical records, probably in New Bedford.  Of this individual nothing more is known.

Victoria A. Hussey, daughter of William Mooers Hussey and Phoebe C. Folger Hussey, was born October 11, 1839, according to Folger genealogical records.  She was married about 1858 to Edward P. Smith.

Martha Harrison Hussey, daughter of William Mooers Hussey and Phoebe C. Folger Hussey, was born April 15, 1842, according to Folger genealogical records.  She was married about 1862 to Caleb F. Hubbard.

Ann Coffin Hussey, daughter of Peter Hussey and Mary Mooers Hussey, was born March 20, 1807 on Nantucket Island, according to Folger genealogical records.  She was bptized April 19, 1818, according to records of South Comgregational Church.  She was married May 2, 1826 to George B. Upton of Boston, son of Hannah Upton, according to Folger genealogical records.

Charles Edward Hussey, son of Peter Hussey and Mary Mooers Hussey, was born August 21, 1809 on Nantucket Island, according to Folger genealogical records.  He was baptized April 19, 1818, according to South Congregational Church records.  In 1845 he was a cooper at Fairhaven, Massachusetts.  He was married June 16, 1845 to Mary J. Scott, daughter of Levin Scott and Mary Scott, according to "Vital Records of New Bedford."  Of Charles Edward Hussey and Mary J. Scott Hussey nothing more is known.

Susan Barnard Hussey, daughter of Peter Hussey and Mary Mooers Hussey, was born June 14, 1811, according to Folger genealogical records. She was baptized April 19, 1818, according to Nantucket South Congregational Church records.  She was married about 1838 to Frederick W. Lawrence, son of James Lawrence and Jedidah Swain Lawrence of Nantucket.

Frederick Augustus Hussey, daughter of Peter Hussey and Mary Mooers Hussey, was born August 2, 1813, according to Folger genealogical records.  He was baptized April 19, 1818 at South Congregational Church on Nantucket. He was married in Nantucket January 1,1835 to Charlotte Fitzgerald, daughter of Captain Timothy Fitzgerald and Lydia Whippey Fitzgerald, according to records of South Congregational Church.  The wedding was reported in the January 10, 1835 edition of "Columbia Centinel."  He appeared as the head of a household in the 1840 census of Nantucket, page 380.

Frederick Augustus Hussey appeared in the 1850 census of Nantucket County living in the household of his father-in-law, No. 1088-1412, which was recorded as:

"Fitzgerald, Timothy 61, born in Massachusetts, trader
Lydia 60, born in Massachusetts
Hussey, Frederick A. 36, born in Massachusetts, clerk
Charlotte F. 34, born in Massachusetts
Susan A. 12, born in Massachusetts
Ella 1, born in Massachusetts"

Two of the children of Frederick Augustus Hussey were living in an adjoining household with George G. Mitchell, his brother-in-law.

Children born to Frederick Augustus Hussey and Charlotte Fitzgerald Hussey include:

 Mary Elizabeth Hussey born October 4, 1835
 Ann Upton Hussey  born in 1837
 Susan A. Hussey   born December 17, 1838
 Augustus Hussey   born March 3, 1843
 Ella Hussey     born November 24, 1846

Mary Elizabeth Hussey, daughter of Frederick Augustus Hussey and Charlotte Fitzgerald Hussey, was born October 4, 1835, according to Folger genealogical records.  In 1850 she was living in the home of her uncle, George G. Mitchell, age 30, along with her brother, Augustus Hussey, according to the federal census.  She was married about 1855 to George Borradale "of Michigan."

Ann Upton Hussey, daughter of Frederick Augustus Hussey and Charlotte Fitzgerald Hussey, was born in 1837.  She died February 1, 1838 at age four months, 21 days, according to her gravestone in First Methodist Episcopal Church cemetery on Nantucket Island.

Susan A. Hussey, daughter of Frederick Augustus Hussey and Charlotte Fitzgerald Hussey, was born December 17, 1838, according to Folger genealogical records.  She was enumerated as a 12-year-old in the household of her father in the 1850 census of Nantucket.  She was married to Albert R. Morgan, as his second wife, about 1870.

Augustus Hussey, son of Frederick Augustus Hussey and Charlotte Fitzgerald Hussey, was born March 6, 1843, according to Folger genealogical records.  He appeared as a seven-year-old living with his sister Mary Elizabeth Hussey in the household of their uncle, George G. Mitchell in the 1850 census of Nantucket.  He served as an enlisted man from Nantucket in the Union Army during the Civil War.

Ella Hussey, daughter of Frederick Augustus Hussey and Charlotte Fitzgerald Hussey, was born November 24, 1846, according to Folger genealogical records.  She appeared as a one-year-old in the household of her grandfather in the 1850 census of Nantucket.  Of this individual nothing more is known.

Nathaniel Hussey, son of Sylvanus Hussey and Hepzibah Starbuck Hussey was born 2nd, 11th month, 1730-31 probably on Nantucket Island.  He was married 6th, 10th month, 1750 on Nantucket to Judith Coffin, daughter of Francis Coffin and Theodate Gorham Coffin.  He was named as the recipient of a house on Nantucket Island under the terms of his father's will probated March 6, 1767.  Nathaniel Hussey died July 6, 1769, according to Nantucket Quaker records.

Judith Coffin Hussey was enumerated in the 1790 census of Nantucket living alone, according to "Heads of Households, Massachusetts, 1790," page 163.  She reappeared in the 1800 census of Nantucket as "Judah Hussey, white female over 45, living alone."  She died March 29, 1821, according to Nantucket Quaker records. Folger genealogical records show her death on "1st, 4th month, 1821 at age 88 years, 7 months."

Children born to Nathaniel Hussey and Judith Coffin Hussey include:

 Judith Hussey   born 29th, 8th month, 1752
 (child)     born August 1753
 Francis Hussey  born March 31, 1754
 Libbeus Hussey  born November l0, 1755
 David Hussey   born February 22, 1757
 Phebe Hussey   born September 2, 1758
 Rachel Hussey   born October 28, 1760
 Peleg Hussey   born December 28, 1762
 Abraham Hussey  born June 28, 1765
 Nathaniel Hussey born January 10, 1767
 Alexander Hussey born November 15, 1769

Judith Hussey, daughter of Nathaniel Hussey and Judith Coffin Hussey, was born 29th, 8th month, 1752, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  She died in the same year.

A child, name unknown, was born to Nathaniel Hussey and Judith Coffin Hussey in August 1753, according to "Vital Records of Nantucket."  It is believed that this child died in infancy.

Francis Hussey, son of Nathaniel Hussey and Judith Coffin Hussey, was born March 31, 1754, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  He went to England as a seaman before the Revolutionary War began in 1774 along with another Nantucket man.  They were there when the war broke and were unable to return to the colonies.

According to a diary kept by Kezia Coffin Fanning, "they finally got a brig and cleared for Halifax, intending to make Nantucket."  They were captured in the West Indies by an American privateer, and the vessel was sent to an American port as a prize.  The privateer in turn was captured by an English man-o-war soon afterward, and in the battle Francis Hussey and his companion were killed.

Kezia Coffin Fanning who married Phineas Fanning shortly after April 21, 1775, kept a daily journal in which many of the Revolutionary events that affected the Husseys were recorded.

Libbeus Hussey, daughter of Nathaniel Hussey and Judith Coffin Hussey, was born November 10, 1755, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  She died in the same year, according to Folger genealogical records.

David Hussey, son of Nathaniel Hussey and Judith Coffin Hussey, was born February 22, 1757, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  He was married February 3, 1780 to Lydia Swain "of Sherburne," daughter of David Swain and Martha Hussey Swain.  They were second cousins, both having Stephen Hussey as a common great-grandfather.

David Hussey appeared as the head of a household in the 1790 census of Sherburne.  The family, according to "Heads of Households, Massachusetts, 1790," page 163, was rendered as:

"Hussey, David white male over 16
      white female
      white male under 16
      white female
      white male under 16
      white female"

He reappeared as the head of household in the 1800 census of Nantucket.  The family was recorded as:

"Hussey, David white male over 45
      white female 26-45
      white male 16-26
      white female 16-26
      white male 16-26
      white female 10-16
      white male 10-16
      white female 10-16
      white female 10-16

David Hussey died July 30, 1828, according to the August 6, 1828 edition of "Columbia Centinel."  Lydia Swain Hussey died "of old age" October 23, 1846, at the age of 86 years, 4 months, 23 days, according to Nantucket Quaker records.

Children born to David Hussey and Lydia Swain Hussey include:

 Francis Hussey   born October 24, 1780
 Phebe Hussey    born February 25, 1782
 David Gorham Hussey born December 26, 1783
 Susan "Susa" Hussey born January 4, 1788
 Lydia Hussey    born April 28, 1791
 Benjamin Hussey  born October 19, 1798

Francis Hussey, son of David Hussey and Lydia Swain Hussey, was born October 24, 1780, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  He was married March 16, 1809 to Margaret "Peggy" Chadwick, daughter of Nathaniel Chadwick and Margaret Baxter Chadwick.

Francis Hussey was "drowned in May 1821 in New South Shetland" while serving as the second officer on board the brig "Diana," according to the May 16, 1821 edition of "Columbia Centinel."  Margaret "Peggy" Chadwick Hussey died April 29, 1820 "of consumption" at 34 years, five months, according to a manuscript by Judge Isaac Coffin.

Children born to Francis Hussey and Margaret "Peggy" Chadwick Hussey include:

 James Cook Hussey born January 1, 1809
 Mary W. Hussey  born in 1815
 Warren Hussey  born about 1818

James Cook Hussey, son of Francis Hussey and Margaret "Peggy" Chadwick Hussey, was born January 1, 1809--two months before the marriage of his parents--according to Folger genealogical records.  Of this individual nothing more is known.

Mary W. Hussey, daughter of Francis Hussey and Margaret "Peggy" Chadwick Hussey, was born in 1815, according to her gravestone in Prospect Hill Cemetery on Nantucket Island.  She was married to Charles A. Gardner, son of Hezekiah B. Gardner and Rebecca Barrett Gardner, May 19, 1839.  He was referred to as "Charles S. Gardner" in the May 25, 1839 edition of "Columbia Centinel" which reported the wedding.  Later she was remarried to Daniel Vincent of Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts.

Warren Hussey, son of Francis Hussey and Margaret "Peggy" Chadwick Hussey, was born about 1818, according to Folger genealogical records. Warren Hussey was enumerated in the 1840 census of Nantucket, page 448.

Phebe Hussey, daughter of David Hussey and Lydia Swain Hussey, was born February 25, 1782, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  She was married February 28, 1801 to Robert Dixon, son of Edward Dixon and Sybil Dixon.

David Gorham Hussey, son of David Hussey and Lydia Swain Hussey, was born December 26, 1783, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  He was married February 5, 1806 to his second cousin, Nancy Hussey, daughter of Paul Hussey and Judith Gardner Hussey in Nantucket.  Both had Sylvanus Hussey as a common great-grandfather.  David Gorham Hussey died April 17, 1812 "at age 28 years, 6 months, at sea," according to records of the church.

Children born to David Gorham Hussey and Nancy Hussey Hussey include:

 Frederick William Hussey born November 10, 1806
 Charles Henry Hussey  born August 6, 1808
 Susan G. Hussey    born November 18, 1810
 David Gorham Hussey, Jr. born May 11, 1812

Frederick William Hussey, son of David Gorham Hussey and Nancy Hussey Hussey, was born November 10, 1806, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  He was married August 7, 1831 to Mary J. Paddack, daughter of George Paddack and Mary Paddack.

Frederick William Hussey appeared as the head of a household in the 1840 census of Nantucket, page 382.  He was a mariner there in 1845.

Children born to Frederick William Hussey and Mary J. Paddack Hussey include:

 Emily Hussey   born February 6, 1836
 Mary Ann Hussey born January 26, 1845
 Elizabeth Hussey  born in 1846

Emily Hussey, daughter of Frederick William Hussey and Mary J. Paddack Hussey, was born February 6, 1836, according to "History of Nantucket."  She was married about 1856 to Job Young.

Mary Ann Hussey, daughter of Frederick William Hussey and Mary J. Paddack Hussey, was born January 26, 1845.  Of this individual nothing more is known.

Elizabeth C. Hussey, daughter of Frederick William Hussey and Mary J. Paddack Hussey, was born in 1846, according to Folger genealogical records.  Of this individual nothing more is known.

Charles Henry Hussey, son of David Gorham Hussey and Nancy Hussey Hussey, was born August 6, 1808, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  He was married October 19, 1837 to Elizabeth R. Coffin, daughter of Capt. Seth Coffin, Jr. and Lydia Coleman Coffin.  Charles Henry Hussey became a blacksmith on Nantucket Island.

Children born to Charles Henry Hussey and Elizabeth R. Coffin Hussey include:

 Charles H. Hussey born March 7, 1846
 Charlotte B. Hussey born January 13, 1848
 David A. Hussey  born about 1849

Charles H. Hussey, son of Charles Henry Hussey and Elizabeth R. Coffin Hussey, was born March 7, 1846 on Nantucket Island.  A "Charles H. Hussey, cardmaker" appeared in the 1887 city directory of Boston.

Charlotte B. Hussey, daughter of Charles Henry Hussey and Elizabeth R. Coffin Hussey, was born January 13, 1848, according to Folger genealogical records.  She was married about 1868 to Zebina W. Chase, son of Joseph Chase.

David A. Hussey, son of Charles Henry Hussey and Elizabeth R. Coffin Hussey, was born about 1849, according to Folger genealogical records.  Of this individual nothing more is known.

Sarah G. Hussey, daughter of David Gorham Hussey and Nancy Hussey Hussey, was born November 18, 1810, according to Nantucket Quaker records. She was married about 1830 to Obed B. Swain, son of Tristram Swain and Rachel Swain.

David Gorham Hussey, Jr., son of David Gorham Hussey and Nancy Hussey Hussey, was born November 5, 1812, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  He was married October 14, 1841 to Elizabeth Austin, daughter of Joseph Austin and Rachel Hussey Austin.  David Gorham Hussey, Jr. and Elizabeth Austin were second cousins once-removed, both being descended from Sylvanus Hussey.

David Gorham Hussey, Jr. and Elizabeth Austin Hussey along with Benjamin Hussey, Hepsibeth C. Hussey and Lydia G. Hussey were named in a list of individuals who withdrew from a Quaker church to start another August 2, 1845, according to "History of Nantucket."  He died July 11, 1891, according to "One Hundred and Sixty Allied Families."

Children born to them include:

 Laban Hussey   born March 18, 1845
 Rachel A. Hussey  born December 9, 1848

Laban Hussey, son of David Gorham Hussey, Jr. and Elizabeth Austin Hussey, was born March 18, 1845, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  He lived one day.

Rachel A. Hussey, daughter of David Gorham Hussey, Jr. and Elizabeth Austin Hussey, was born December 9, 1848, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  Of this individual nothing more is known.

Susan "Susa" Hussey, daughter of David Hussey and Lydia Swain Hussey, was born April 1, 1788, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  She was married to Edward Nichols, son of William Nichols and Desire Nichols, July 22, 1806.  Later she was remarried to Job Coleman, son of Barzilla Coleman, as his second wife.  She was married a third time to Gorham Coffin, son of Abner Coffin, as his second wife.

Lydia Hussey, daughter of David Hussey and Lydia Swain Hussey, was born April 28, 1791, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  She was married October 17, 1819 to Stillman Eldridge of Cape Cod.  Later she was remarried to Alvan Tweed, also of Cape Cod.

Benjamin Hussey, son of David Hussey and Lydia Swain Hussey, was born October 19, 1798, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  He died 11 days later.

Phebe Hussey, daughter of Nathaniel Hussey and Judith Coffin Hussey, was born February 9, 1758, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  She was married November 28, 1776 to Edmund Gardner, son of Daniel Gardner and Provided Gardner.  She died in the following year, August 29, 1777, without children.

Rachel Hussey, daughter of Nathaniel Hussey and Judith Coffin Hussey, was born October 28, 1760, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  She was married September 30, 1779 to Peregrine Folger, son of Jonathan Folger and Lydia Folger.

Peleg Hussey, son of Nathaniel Hussey and Judith Coffin Hussey, was born December 28, 1762, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  He was married August 19, 1784 to Temperance Swain, daughter of David Swain and Hannah Swain Swain.

Peleg Hussey appeared as the head of a household in the 1790 census of Nantucket, according to "Heads of Households, Massachusetts, 1790," page 161.  The family was rendered as:

"Hussey, Peleg white male over 16
      white female"

He reappeared as a householder in the 1800 census of Nantucket.  The family was recorded as:

"Hussey, Peleg white male 26-45
      white female 26-45
      white male 26-45
      white female 10-16
      white female 0-10"

Captain Peleg Hussey took his ship, "The Fame" to Dunkirk, France during the Revolutionary War to escape the menacing British Navy, according to "History of Nantucket."  He died February 13, 1812 at age 49, according to Folger genealogical records.

Children born to Peleg Hussey and Temperance Swain Hussey include:

 Judith Hussey   born July 6, 1798
 Nancy Hussey   born January 1, 1803

Judith Hussey, daughter of Peleg Hussey and Temperance Swain Hussey, was born July 6, 1798, according to Folger genealogical records.  She was married June 10, 1824 to Prince Coffin II, son of Francis Coffin and Ruth Upham Coffin.

Nancy Hussey, daughter of Peleg Hussey and Temperance Swain Hussey was born January 1, 1803, according to Folger genealogical records.  She was married in Nantucket July 20, 1823 to Daniel V. Westgate, according to the July 30, 1823 edition of "Columbia Centinel."

Abraham Hussey, son of Nathaniel Hussey and Judith Coffin Hussey, was born June 28, 1765.  He was killed by a whale February 7, 1788, at age 12, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  At that time he was a resident of Dunkirk, France working in the Nantucket whaling fleet in exile.

Nathaniel Hussey, Jr., son of Nathaniel Hussey and Judith Coffin Hussey, was born January 10, 1767, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  He was married in 1790 in Nantucket to Elizabeth Swain, daughter of David Swain and Martha Hussey Swain,  according to "History of Nantucket."  They were second cousins, both being descended from Stephen Hussey.

Nathaniel Hussey, Jr. appeared as the head of a household in the 1800 census of Nantucket Island.  The family consisted of:

"Hussey, Nathaniel, Jr. white male 26-45
        white female 26-45
        white male 0-10
        one free person"

Elizabeth Swain Hussey died October 6, 1806, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  Nathaniel Hussey, Jr. appeared as the head of a household in the 1840 censusus of Nantucket, page 393.  He, "widower, cooper, died of old age at 81 years, 10 months," December 4, 1848 in Nantucket, according to Folger genealogical records.

Children born to Nathaniel Hussey, Jr. and Elizabeth Swain Hussey include:

 Alexander S. Hussey born June 1, 1797
 Warren C. Hussey  born August 8, 1805

Alexander S. Hussey, son of Nathaniel Hussey, Jr. and Elizabeth Swain Hussey and a namesake of his uncle Alexander Hussey, was born June 1, 1797 on Nantucket Island.  He was married about 1818, wife's name unknown.  He was remarried April 15, 1821 to Polly C. Gardner, daughter of George Washington Gardner and Lydia Coffin Gardner, according to records of South Congregational Church on Nantucket Island.

Alexander S. Hussey was enumerated as the head of a household in the 1830 census of Nantucket Island, page 37.  The family was recorded as:

Hussey, Alexander S. white male 30-40
        white female 20-30
        white female 0-5
        white male 60-70"

Alexander S. Hussey, a mariner, was "lost at sea" in 1833, according to Folger genealogical records.  Polly C. Gardner Hussey was enumerated in the 1840 census of Nantucket, page 375, as the head of a household.  She was remarried December 6, 1840 to William H. Dennis "of Rhode Island," according to Folger genealogical records.

Children born to Alexander S. Hussey and Polly C. Gardner Hussey are unknown.

Warren C. Hussey, son of Nathaniel Hussey, Jr. and Elizabeth Swain Hussey, was born August 8, 1805, according to Folger genealogical records.  He died in 1846 "on board ship Planter."

Alexander Hussey, son of Nathaniel Hussey and Judith Coffin Hussey, was born November 15, 1769, according to Folger genealogical records.  He died single September 23, 1796 "in the West Indies," according to Nantucket Quaker records.  However, an "Alexander Hussey" appeared in the 1830 census of Nantucket Island, page 36 as the head of a household.

The family was recorded as:

"Hussey, Alexander white male 60-70
       white male 30-40
       white female 30-40"

Hepzibah Hussey, daughter of Sylvanus Hussey and Hepzibah Starbuck Hussey, was born 14th, 1st month, 1732-33.  She was married 28th, 10th month, 1749 to Nathaniel Coleman, son of Barnabas Coleman and Elizabeth Barnard Coleman, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  He was born 11th, 8th month, 1729 and died January 26, 1804.   She was mentioned in her father's will probated March 6, 1767 as the recipient of 200 pounds and "other personal property."  She died July 16, 1813, according to "One Hundred and Sixty Allied Families."  Five children were born to them.

Sylvanus Hussey, Jr., son of Sylvanus Hussey and Hepzibah Starbuck Hussey, was born 29th, 11th month, 1734-35 on Nantucket Island, according to his tombstone in Old South Cemetery, [near Atlantic Avenue] Lynn, Massachusetts.

He was married December 2, 1756 to Alice Gray, daughter of Jeremiah Gray and Theodate Gray, "deceased, of Lynn, Massachusetts" in Sherburne, Massachusetts, according to an old family bible in the possession of James L. Hammond "of Mattapoiset" in 1911.  Sylvanus Hussey, Jr. was the recipient of a house on Nantucket Island under the terms of his father's will probated March 6, 1767.

Kezia Coffin Fanning noted in her diary that "Silvanus Hussey  wife arrived from Lynn reported that the country around Boston is in such confusion thay don't dare stay." The entry was made April 26, 1775, shortly before the beginning of the Revolution. Sylvanus Hussey, Jr. requested permission from the Council of Massachusetts in 1776 that his ship, the brig "Woolf" be allowed to run the British blockade.

It is believed that Alice Gray Hussey died about 1780.  Sylvanus Hussey, Jr. was remarried about 1782 to Lydia Wing, daughter of Samuel Wing and Hepsabeth Hathaway Wing of Sandwich, Massachusetts.  Samuel Wing was the son of Daniel Wing and Deborah Dillingham Wing.

Ashley Bowen noted in his diary that he "spent two hours working on board the schooner [Charlotte?] of Sylvanus Hussey" May 29, 1788, according to "The Journal of Ashley Bowen."

Sylvanus Hussey, Jr. was enumerated as the head of a household in the 1790 census of Lynn, Massachusetts, according to "Heads of Households, Massachusetts, 1790," page 78.  The family was reported as:

"Hussey, Sylvanus, Jr. white male over 16
        white female
        white male over 16
        white male under 16
        white male under 16
        white female"

Sylvanus Hussey, Jr. died September 26, 1795 in Lynn of "putrid  typhus fever," according to Folger genealogical records maintained by Nantucket Historical Society.  His death was reported in the August 5, 1795 edition of "Columbia Centinel."  Lydia Wing Hussey died January 8, 1807, according to "One Hundred and Sixty Allied Families."

Three of their four sons were married to descendants of Gideon Howland, according to "Howland Heirs" by William M. Emery.   George Hussey, resident of New York City in 1954 wrote that he was a descendant of Sylvanus Hussey, Jr.  No children were born to Sylvanus Hussey, Jr. and Alice Gray Hussey.  Children born to Sylvanus Hussey, Jr. and Lydia Wing Hussey include:

 Sylvanus Hussey    born August 4, 1782
 Samuel Wing Hussey  born August 12, 1784
 George Frederick Hussey born March 2, 1791
 William Hussey    born in 1794

Sylvanus Hussey, son of Sylvanus Hussey, Jr. and Lydia Wing Hussey, was born August 4, 1782 in Lynn, according to "Howland Heirs."  He became a mariner, and it is believed that he did not marry.  "Sylvanus Hussey, supercargo," [agent aboard ship in charge of the cargo and its sale and delivery] was lost at sea on a voyage to the West Indies, 1st month, 1815," according to Folger genealogical records.  Another source states that he was drowned in the "1st month, 1816."  He was drowned at sea December 16, 1815, according to "Vital Records of New Bedford, Massachusetts."  He was a sea captain from New Bedford, according to his obituary in the February 3, 1816 edition of "Columbia Centinel."

Samuel Wing Hussey, son of Sylvanus Hussey, Jr. and Lydia Wing Hussey, was born August 12, 1784 at Lynn, according to "Howland Heirs."  He was married March 31, 1808 to Susan Allen, daughter of James Allen and Sarah Allen of New Bedford, according to "Vital Records of New Bedford, Massachusetts."

Susan Allen Hussey appeared as the head of a household in the 1840 census of Bristol County, page 386, continuing to live in New Bedford.

Children born to Samuel Wing Hussey and Susan Allen Hussey include:

 William Allen Hussey  born March 31, 1809
 George Frederick Hussey born May 11, 1811
 Hannah A. Hussey   born January 9, 1812
 Lydia Wing Hussey   born January 17, 1815
 Sarah J. A. Hussey   born May 25, 1818

William Allen Hussey, son of Samuel Wing Hussey and Susan Allen Hussey, was born March 31, 1809 in New Bedford, according to his tombstone.  He was married about 1826 to Harriet Coe.  William Allen Hussey and Harriet Coe Hussey died in New Bedford and were buried side by side in a rural graveyard nearby.  Children born to them are unknown.

George Frederick Hussey, son of Samuel Wing Hussey and Susan Allen Hussey, was born May 11, 1811 at New Bedford.  He was married November 13, 1839 to Gertrude Colden Murray, daughter of Robert I. Murray and Elizabeth C. Colden Murray, "deceased, of New York," according to records of New York Monthly Meeting.  New Bedford Quaker records showed the bride's name as "Gertrude C. Wing, daughter of Samuel Wing and Sarah A. Allen Wing," [probably confusing them with Samuel Wing Hussey and Sarah Allen Hussey].

Gertrude Colden Murray Hussey received a certificate to New Bedford Monthly Meeting June 3, 1840.  She received a certificate from New Bedford Monthly Meeting January 25, 1844 transferring her membership back to New York Monthly meeting with one child.

George Frederick Hussey died December 9, 1859 in Peekshill, New York, and Margaret Clapp Hussey died October 2, 1878, at age 52, according to records of New York Monthly Meeting.

Children born to George Frederick Hussey and Gertrude Colden Murray Hussey include:

 (infant)      born November 16, 1840
 David Colden Hussey born October 9, 1843
 Robert Murray Hussey born October 21, 1845

Children born to George Frederick Hussey and Margaret Clapp Hussey include:

 Phebe C. Hussey     born December 9, 1851
 John Clapp Hussey    born September 14, 1853
 George Frederick Hussey III born September 24, 1859

An infant was stillborn to George Frederick Hussey and Gertrude Colden Murray Hussey November 16, 1840.

David Colden Hussey, son of George Frederick Hussey and Gertrude Colden Murray Hussey, was born October 9, 1843.  He died in December 1843 and was buried in New York, according to New Bedford Quaker records.

Robert Murray Hussey, son of George Frederick Hussey and Gertrude Colden Murray Hussey, was born October 21, 1845.  He died January 31, 1849.

Phebe C. Hussey, daughter of George Frederick Hussey and Margaret Clapp Hussey, was born December 9, 1851.  She died March 14, 1852, according to records of New York Monthly Meeting.

John Clapp Hussey, son of George Frederick Hussey and Margaret Clapp Hussey, was born September 3, 1855, according to records of New York Monthly Meeting.  He died November 29, 1870 at age 15, according to Providence, Rhode Island Death Book 12, page 184.

George Frederick Hussey III, son of George Frederick Hussey and Margaret Clapp Hussey, was born September 24, 1859, according to records of New York Monthly Meeting.  He was married about 1870 Katharine Maud Philip. He received a certificate to Baltimore Monthly Meeting from New York Monthly Meeting in April 1830.  Later he returned to New York Monthly Meeting on a certificate from Baltimore Monthly Meeting dated May 7, 1890.  He was associated with the "Medical Record" and lived in East Orange, New Jersey, according to Dr. Ruth Ann Hussey Lindquist Bassler.  Following the death of George Frederick Hussey April 27, 1894 Katharine Maud Philip Hussey was remarried to John H. Reynolds of Albany, New York.

Children born to George Frederick Hussey and Katharine Maud Philip Hussey include:

 Margaret Clapp Hussey born January 2, 1893
 Gertrude F. Hussey   born September 13, 1894

Margaret Clapp Hussey, daughter of George Frederick Hussey and Katharine Maud Philip Hussey, was born January 2, 1893, probably in East Orange, New Jersey.  Following the remarriage of her mother she attended school in Albany.  She was graduated from Smith College about 1913 and became editor of "Daily Hampshire Gazette" of Northampton, Massachusetts.  In 1918 during World War I she entered the U.S. Army School of Nursing and wastrained at Camp Meade, Maryland.  Her "name was erased" from the records of New York Monthly Meeting in 1924.  She died unmarried.

Gertrude F. Hussey, daughter of George Frederick Hussey and Katharine Maud Philip Hussey, was born September 13, 1894 in East Orange, New Jersey shortly after the death of her father.  When her mother remarried they removed to Albany where she attended school.  She was graduated from Simmons College with a major in domestic science about 1914.  In November 1917 during World War I she went to France in the canteen service of the American Red Cross.  No children were born to Gertrude F. Hussey.

Hannah A. Hussey, daughter of Samuel Wing Hussey and Susan Allen Hussey, was born January 9, 1812.  She declared a marriage intent in New Bedford with Joshua Richmond May 27, 1834, according to "Vital Records of New Bedford, Massachusetts."  Joshua Richmond was "of the firm of J. Richmond  Company," according to the May 31, 1834 edition of "Columbia Centinel."  Apparently she died shortly after the wedding.  Joshua Richmond declared a marriage intent June 25, 1839 with her sister, Lydia Wing Hussey, according to "Vital Records of New Bedford, Massachusetts."

Lydia Wing Hussey, daughter of Samuel Wing Hussey and Susan Allen Hussey, was born January 17, 1815 at New Bedford.  Following the death of her sister, Hannah A. Hussey Richmond she was married to her former brother-in-law.

Sarah J. A. Hussey, daughter of Samuel Wing Hussey and Susan Allen Hussey, was born May 25, 1818 at New Bedford, according to Quaker records.  She was a nurse during the Civil War and afterwards edited a newspaper at Cornwall, New York.  She lived on a small mountain called "Round Top" near Cornwall on the Hudson River.  She died unmarried February 21, 1898 and was buried at Cornwall with military honors, the school closing for her funeral.  She had "exceptional attainments and considerable business capacity," according to "Howland Heirs."

George Frederick Hussey, son of Sylvanus Hussey, Jr. and Lydia Wing Hussey, was born March 2, 1791 in Lynn, Massachusetts.  He was married to Mahitable "Hetty" Howland, daughter of William Howland and Abigail Wilbur Howland of New Bedford January 11, 1821, according to "Vital Records of New Bedford, Massachusetts."  She was born March 3, 1795.

They "arrived on certificate from New Bedford Monthly Meeting" February 28, 1822, acording to minutes of New York Monthly Meeting.  Parents of George Frederick Hussey were shown to be "Samuel  Susan Hussey" in the New York records.  They were "disowned in 1829 (H)," apparently for joining the Hicksite movement.

George Frederick Hussey, partner in "Hussey  McKay, merchants at 83 South Street," lived at 37 Market Street, according to the 1825 city directory of New York City.  He was involved in the maritime business as an owner and captain.  He moved his business headquarters from New York to New Bedford about 1839.  He appeared as the head of a household in the 1840 census of Bristol County, Massachusetts, New Bedford township, page 388.

Although he had removed his household to New Bedford he maintained his business interest in "Hussey  McKay, commission merchants at 83 South Steet," according to the 1842 city directory of New York City.  He had a separate listing as a "corn merchant."

From 1859 to 1866 he was on the board of Bedford Commercial Bank.  He died in New Bedford January 18, 1868.  Mahitable "Hetty" Howland Hussey died in New Bedford December 11, 1869, according to "Howland Heirs."

Children born to George Frederick Hussey and Mahitable "Hetty" Howland Hussey include:

 William Howland Hussey   born January 24, 1824
 John Browne Hussey (twin)  born April 4, 1826
 Abby Howland Hussey (twin) born April 4, 1826
 George Fredeick Hussey, Jr.  born November 24, 1828
 Elizabeth Browne Hussey   born January 21, 1831
 Sarah Howland Hussey    born January 10, 1832
 Mary Browne Hussey    born August 24, 1837

William Howland Hussey, son of George Frederick Hussey and Mahitable "Hetty" Howland Hussey, was born January 24, 1824 in New York, according to records of New York Monthly Meeting.  He attended Haverford College operated by the Quakers in Pennsylvania, and returned to New York in 1846 where he was associated with his father in the naval shipping business.

While his parents were living in New Bedford he was married April 16, 1851 to Cornelia Collins, daughter of Stacy B. Collins and Mary E. Dudley Collins, deceased, of New York, according to records of New York Monthly Meeting.  After the wedding the couple lived in New Bedford where he was associated in business with his father.  William Howland Hussey received a certificate from New Bedford Monthly Meeting in 1855.

In December 1857 the New York Monthly Meeting gave a certificate for the entire family to remove to "Corn."  In 1859 they lived in New Jersey.  He commuted to Nicaragua before the Civil War where he was engaged in the mining and cotton industries.

In 1872 he established a plumbing supply, William H. Hussey  Son, in New York, and commuted to work every day from New Jersey.  Following the death of William Howland Hussey Cornelia Collins Hussey was remarried, husband's name Williams, according to Quaker records of New Jersey.

Children born to William Howland Hussey and Cornelia Collins Hussey include:

 Mary Dudley Hussey   born July 31, 1853
 Frederick Kempton Hussey born June 14, 1856
 George Benjamin Hussey  born March 10, 1863

Mary Dudley Hussey, daughter of William Howland Hussey and Cornelia Collins Hussey, was born July 31, 1853 in New York.  She was graduated from Woman's Medical College in New York City about 1873, receiving her M.D. degree.  Following graduation she studied law at New York University.  In 1918 she lived in East Orange, New Jersey where she was active in the woman suffrage movement, according to "Howland Heirs."

Frederick Kempton Hussey, son of William Howland Hussey and Cornelia Collins Hussey, was born June 14, 1856 in New York City.  He was educated at Friends Seminary in New York and was engaged in mining in Idaho and California after graduation, according to "Howland Heirs."

Later he joined his father in establishing a plumbing supply business in New York City.  He was married March 1, 1905 to Eleanor Butler Kempton, daughter of Francis H. Kempton and Sarah Barton Kempton of New Bedford, Massachusetts.  In 1918 they lived at "Twin Oaks," East Orange, New Jersey.

Children born to Frederick Kempton Hussey and Eleanor Butler Kempton Hussey include:

 Cornelia Barton Hussey   born December 29, 1905
 Frederick Kempton Hussey, Jr. born June 6, 1908

George Benjamin Hussey, son of William Howland Hussey and Cornelia Collins Hussey, was born in South Orange, New Jersey March 10, 1863.  He was graduated from Columbia University in 1884 and received a Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins University.

He was married December 26, 1911 to Annie Louise Cary.  Annie Louise Cary Hussey died January 6, 1912, and he was married to Jeness Lee Buckner, daughter of J. Mack Buckner and Sarah Buckner of Alexander, North Carolina, according to "Howland Heirs."  In 1918 he was an instructor at Cumberland University, Lebanon, Tennessee.

One daughter was born to George Benjamin Hussey and Jeness Lee Buckner Hussey:

 Sarah Collins Hussey born July 27, 1917

John Browne Hussey, twin son of George Frederick Hussey and Mahitable "Hetty" Howland Hussey, was born April 14, 1826 in New Bedford, Massachusetts.  He was associated with his father in the maritime business.  He died unmarried August 4, 1909.

Abby Howland Hussey, twin daughter of George Frederick Hussey and Mahitable "Hetty" Howland Hussey, was born in 1826 in New Bedford.  She died unmarried March 30, 1899 and was buried in a rural cemetery near New Bedford, according to New Bedford Quaker records.

George Frederick Hussey, Jr., son of George Frederick Hussey and Mahitable "Hetty" Howland Hussey, was born November 24, 1828 in New Bedford, according to New Bedford Quaker records.  He attended Haverford College in Pennsylvania.  He was associated with his father in the shipping and whaling business in New Bedford.  He was married November 5, 1855 to Elizabeth Rodman Morgan, daughter of Charles Waln Morgan and Sarah Rodman Morgan of Philadelphia.  She was born February 20, 1833.  Charles Waln Morgan was also involved in whaling out of New Bedford.

George Frederick Hussey, Jr, "freight cashier, Boston and Bangor, 88 Co. Foster's Wharf, boards at Brookline," was listed in the 1887 city directory of Boston.  He was killed in an accident at Lakeville, Massachusetts, near New Bedford, where he maintained a summer home, according to "Howland Heirs."  Elizabeth Rodman Morgan Hussey continued to live in New Bedford in 1918.

Children born to them include:

 Charles Morgan Hussey born November 7, 1856
 George Hussey    born March 5, 1858
 Edith Hussey     born May 14, 1859
 Emily Morgan Hussey  born January 17, 1862
 Alice Hussey     born January 31, 1863
 Alfred Rodman Hussey born March 22, 1869

Charles Morgan Hussey, son of George Frederick Hussey and Elizabeth Rodman Hussey, was born November 7, 1856 in New Bedford.  He was educated at Friends Academy in New Bedford.  Later he managed Wing Company.  He was married about 1884 to Clara Almy Wing, daughter of William R. Wing and Rebecca W. Howland Wing, according to "Howland Heirs."

Children born to Charles Morgan Hussey and Clara Almy Wing Hussey include:

 Rebecca W. Hussey  born October 27, 1886
 Elizabeth M. Hussey  born January 22, 1888
 George Hussey   born September 1, 1891
 Charles M. Hussey  born April 5, 1898

Rebecca W. Hussey, daughter of Charles Morgan Hussey and Clara Almy Wing Hussey, was born October 27, 1886.  She was married December 1, 1910 to Frederick Rudolf Brown who was associated with Bell  Hussey Company, clothing brokers of New York City, according to "Howland Heirs."  In 1918 they lived in Maplewood, New Jersey.  Three daughters were born to them.

Elizabeth M. Hussey, daughter of Charles Morgan Hussey and Clara Almy Wing Hussey, was born January 22, 1888 in New Bedford.  Of this individual nothing more is known.

George Hussey, son of Charles Morgan Hussey and Clara Almy Wing Hussey, was born September 1, 1891 in New Bedford.  He was married April 25, 1917 to Pauline Hawes, daughter of William C. Hawes and Edna Lawton Hawes of Fairhaven, Connecticut.  He was employed by Bell Hussey Company in New York shortly after his marriage.  In 1918 he was a first lieutenant in the U.S. Army stationed in Washington, D.C, according to "Howland Heirs."  Children born to George Hussey and Pauline Hawes Hussey are unknown.

Charles M. Hussey, son of Charles Morgan Hussey and Clara Almy Wing Hussey, was born April 5, 1898 in New Bedford.  He died November 15, 1908.

George Hussey, son of George Frederick Hussey, Jr. and Elizabeth Rodman Morgan Hussey, was born March 5, 1858.  He died April 27, 1858.

Edith Hussey, daughter of George Frederick Hussey, Jr. and Elizabeth Rodman Morgan Hussey, was born May 14, 1859 in New Bedford.  She died July 29, 1860.

Emily Morgan Hussey, daughter of George Frederick Hussey, Jr. and Elizabeth Rodman Morgan Hussey, was born January 17, 1862 in New Bedford.  In 1918 she continued to live in New Bedford where she was engaged in social work.

Alice Hussey, daughter of George Frederick Hussey, Jr. and Elizabeth Rodman Morgan Hussey, was born January 31, 1863.  She was married about 1885 to Henry Merrihew Plummer who was graduated from Harvard University in 1888.  Three of their four sons were in military service in World War I, according to "Howland Heirs."

Alfred Rodman Hussey, son of George Frederick Hussey, Jr. and Elizabeth Rodman Morgan Hussey, was born March 22, 1869 in New Bedford.  He attended Friends Academy at Andover, Massachusetts.  He was graduated from Harvard University in 1892 and in 1895 from Harvard Divinity School.  He was pastor and later pastor emeritus of First Unitarian Church of Plymouth, Massachusetts.  He also preached in West Roxbury, Taunton and Lowell, Massachusetts.

He was married January 18, 1899 to Mary Lincoln Warren who was born in Dedham, Massachusetts January 14, 1873, according to "Story of Connecticut."  She was the daughter of Winslow Warren and Mary L. Tinkham Warren, according to "Howland Heirs."

In a letter written by Alfred Rodman Hussey shortly before his death  to Ruth Ann May Hussey Lindquist Bassler, he stated, "I am descended from Sylvansey shortly before his death to Ruth Ann May Hussey Lindquist Bassler," he stated, "I am descended from Sylvan neice's brother has a copy of a portrait of him."

Children born to Alfred Rodman Hussey and Mary Lincoln Warren Hussey include:

 Margaret W. Hussey   born September 27, 1900
 Alfred Rodman Hussey, Jr. born February 1, 1902
 Mary E. Hussey     born November 15, 1905
 Emily Morgan Hussey   born December 13, 1908

Margaret W. Hussey, daughter of Alfred Rodman Hussey and Mary Lincoln Warren Hussey, was born September 17, 1900.  She was married about 1920 to C. A. Smart.  In 1947 they lived in Chillicothe, Ohio.

Alfred Rodman Hussey, Jr., son of Alfred Rodman Hussey and Mary Lincoln Warren Hussey, was born February 1, 1902.  In 1947 he lived in Plymouth, Massachusetts.

Mary E. Hussey, daughter of Alfred Rodman Hussey and Mary Lincoln Warren Hussey, was born November 15, 1905.  She was married about 1925, husband's name Mendell.  In 1947 they lived in Plymouth.

Emily Morgan Hussey, daughter of Alfred Rodman Hussey and Mary Lincoln Warren Hussey, was born December 13, 1908.  She was married about 1925 to Henry C. Haskell who became a textile manufacturer in Windham County, Connecticut, according to "Story of Connecticut."  Four children were born to them.

Elizabeth Browne Hussey, daughter of George Frederick Hussey and Mahitable "Hetty" Howland Husse, was born January 21,1831 at New Bedford, according to New Bedford Quaker records.  She was married about 1848 to Francis Rodman.  They lived in Boston and Concord, Massachusetts.  She died October 16, 1906.  Three daughters were born to them.

Sarah Howland Hussey, daughter of George Frederick Hussey and Mahitable "Hetty" Howland Hussey, was born at New Bedford January 10, 1832, according to her tombstone in Oak Grove Cemetery at New Bedford.  Here birthyear was 1834, according to "Howland Heirs."  She was a renowned artist.  She died unmarried in Vineland, New Jersey.

Mary Browne Hussey, daughter of George Frederick Hussey and Mahitable "Hetty" Howland Hussey, was born August 24, 1837.  She died December 25, 1839.

William Hussey, son of Sylvanus Hussey, Jr. and Lydia Wing Hussey, was born in 1794, according to "Vital Records of New Bedford, Massachusetts."  Folger genealogical records and "Howland Heirs" show his date of birth as "2nd month, 1793."  He became a sea captain.  He declared a marriage intent with Mrs. Jane Perry Norton February 16, 1833.  They were married in New Bedford March 6, 1833.  Both were residents of New Bedford, according to the March 26, 1833 edition of "Columbia Centinel."

William Hussey was enumerated as the head of a household in the 1840 census of Bristol County, New Bedford township, page 381.  Jane Perry Norton Hussey who was born in New Bedford died there "of consumption" December 15, 1845, according to "Vital Records of New Bedford, Massachusetts."  In 1847 William Hussey, a widower, lived in New Bedford where he was employed as a cooper.  He was married June 8, 1847 to Hepsey M. Brayton Mitchell, age 47, a widow who was the daughter of Paul Brayton and Meribah Brayton, according to "Vital Records of New Bedford, Massachusetts."  She, widow of George Mitchell, was also a resident of New Bedford.

Children born to William Hussey and Jane Perry Norton Hussey include:

 William Hussey, Jr.  born about 1835
 Elizabeth H. Hussey  born about 1837
 Robert B. Hussey   born about 1839
 Silvea H. Hussey   born about 1840

William Hussey, Jr., son of William Hussey and Jane Perry Norton Hussey, was born about 1835 in New Bedford.  Of this individual nothing more is known.

Elizabeth H. Hussey, daughter of William Hussey and Jane Perry Norton Hussey, was born about 1837 in New Bedford.  She was married about 1857 to John B. Tucker of Dartmouth, Massachusetts, a grandson of Benjamin Tucker.  Of this couple nothing more is known.

Robert B. Hussey, son of William Hussey and Jane Perry Norton Hussey, was born about 1839 in New Bedford.  He was married about 1860 to Susanna Codling, according to Rita Marie Ring.

Silvea H. Hussey, daughter of William Hussey and Jane Perry Norton Hussey, was born about 1840 in New Bedford.  It is believed that she was married about 1860, husband's name unknown.

George Hussey, son of Sylvanus Hussey and Hepzibah Starbuck Hussey, was born 12th, 5th month, 1738 on Nantucket Island, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  He was married 3rd, 2nd month, 1757 to Deborah Paddock, daughter of Daniel Paddock and Susanna Gorham Paddock, according to the records of the church.

Mr. Gannett of Harvard College acknowleged by letter dated June 22, 1769 a present from George Hussey to that institution.

In connection with an inquiry in 1779 held by the selectmen of Sherburne George Hussey was subpoenaed as a witness.  The account of the matter was recounted in "History of Nantucket:"

"George Hussey was sick and sent a deposition to the effect that he had carefully examined the complaint and did not know that either of the persons named was guilty of the crimes charged and could not give any evidence in support of the complaint. He was one of the selectmen at the time and to the best of his recollection the paper referred to contained a request to have the selectmen convene the inhabitants of the town to see if they would petition the British commanders at New York as well as the State of Massachusetts Bay for permission to remain neutral.  There was something said about taxes which he did not remember.  His deposition was signed 'George Hussey 2d.'"

George Hussey, a ship owner and a merchant, was named as a member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives in 1783.  He was named to a committee March 1, 1785 to draw up a "Memorial" to be presented to the General Court requesting that Nantucket Island be considered neutral in the war with England so that the island and its whaling industry would not be subjected to the raids of English warships.

George Hussey was enumerated as the head of a household in the 1790 census of Nantucket.  The family was recorded as "one white male over 16, two white males under 16 and seven females," according to "Heads of Households, Massachusetts, 1790," page 162.

He reappeared in the 1800 census of Nantucket as the head of a household composed of:

"Hussey, George white male over 45
      white female over 45
      white female over 45
      white male 16-26
      white female 16-26
      white female 16-26
      white male 10-16"

George Hussey wrote his will July 16, 1804 and died November 18, 1804, according to his probate.  He died September 22, 1804, according to the George F. Joy family bible which was in the possession of Mary C. Tripp of Nantucket in 1911.  Deborah Paddock Hussey, "widow of George Hussey" died December 12, 1815, according to the bible.  Both were buried on Nantucket Island.

The will of George Hussey, which was probated December 1, 1804, named George Gorham Hussey and Robert Brayton, his son-in-law, executors.  The witnesses included Paul Hussey, nephew of the testator, Giles Sanford, Jr. and Benjamin Bailey.

To the widow he left "land called Cambridge, with buildings, stock, etc, and one-half of dwelling house in town, and one-half of the little garden on east side of road adjoining Brant Point meadow; the whole of the bath house, seven and one-half shares of cow's commons, one share in new North Wharf (water lot excepted), one-eighth part of ship 'Mary Ann,' all furniture, and whole of the mowing pasture called Parliament lot."  All of these items were to be hers for her lifetime.

He gave land to his son-in-law Tristram Folger, and he gave 12 shillings each to his granddaughters, Deborah Folger, Phebe Folger, Lucretia Folger and Lydia Folger.  Their mother had preceded her father in death.  He also specified that the Folger granddaughters should receive one-eighth of all real and personal estate at the time of their grandmother's death.

To his daughter Eunice Hussey Easton he left "land in Squam" and one-eighth of all real and personal property at her mother's death.

To his son George Gorham Hussey he left one half of "house in town," land and one-eighth of all real and personal property at his mother's death along with one-eighth of the ship "Mary Ann."

To the heirs of his deceased son Uriel Hussey he left one-eighth of ship "Mary Ann" and one-half of Old North Wharf.  The grandchildren, George Gorham Hussey, Edward Hussey, William Folger Hussey, Mary Hussey and Phebe Hussey, Jr. were also to receive one-eighth of all real and personal property at the death of their grandmother.

To his son Silvanus Hussey he left land and one-eighth of the ship "Mary Ann" along with one-eighth of all real and personal property at his mother's death.

To his daughter Susanna Hussey Gardner he left "one-fourth share in Middle or Straight Wharf, and land along with personal property.

To his daughter Deborah Hussey Brayton he left one-eighth of all real and personal property at the death of her mother.

To his daughter Rachel Hussey he left "four cow's commons, one great chamber in my dwelling house in town, for and during the time she remains single, and at her mother's decease, she is to have one-half of the dwelling house in town, two shares in Nantucket Bank, household furniture, family plate, riding chaise and one-eighth of all real and personal property at the death of her mother.

The remainder of the estate was to go to George Gorham Hussey and Silvanus Hussey.  The will further specified that all debts due from his children were to be "balanced by the dash of a pen."  However, it provided that if the children or grandchildren chose to come in with their accounts and have a settlement other than this "write off," "then the debt to be paid out of parts given each."

Children born to George Hussey and Deborah Paddock Hussey include:

 Rhoda Hussey     born February 16, 1758
 Eunice Hussey    born December 26, 1759
 George Gorham Hussey born August 11, 1762
 Uriel Hussey     born October 9, 1766
 Silvanus Hussey    born April 9, 1768
 Barnabas Hussey    born February 20, 1770
 Susanna Hussey    born April 24, 1771
 Deborah Hussey    born September 17, 1773
 Alice Hussey     born December 22, 1777
 Rachel Hussey     born March 24, 1783

Rhoda Hussey, daughter of George Hussey and Deborah Paddock Hussey, was bornh February 16, 1758 on Nantucket Island, according to Folger genealogical records.  She was married April 1, 1776 to Tristram Folger, son of Barzillai Folger and Phebe Coleman Folger, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  She died January 15, 1796, and he died October 9, 1833.  Seven children were born to them, according to "One Hundred and Sixty Allied Families."

Eunice Hussey, daughter of George Hussey and Deborah Paddock Hussey, was born December 26, 1759 on Nantucket Island, according to Folger genealogical records.  She was married July 2, 1778 to Peleg Easton, son of Peleg Easton and Mary Easton.  She received land under the terms of her father's will probated in 1804.  Nine children were born to them, according to "One Hundred and Sixty Allied Families."

George Gorham Hussey, son of George Hussey and Deborah Paddock Hussey, was born August 11, 1762, according to Folger genealogical records.  In 1783 he was joint owner with his first cousin Paul Hussey of four ships.

He was married in Nantucket January 29, 1784 to Lydia Chase who was born in Nantucket to Francis Chase and Naomi Gardner Chase.  Captain George Gorham Husse took his wife and his ship, the "Maria," to Dunkirk, France about 1788 to escape the menace of the English navy, according to "History of Nantucket."

Apparently he returned about 1793 to New Bedford and Nantucket and was engaged in the clipper trade.  Lydia Chase Hussey was received on certificate in 1793 by Nantucket Monthly Meeting.

George Gorham Hussey in 1793 was chosen on a committee to assist a team of surveyors appointed by the U. S. Congress to determine the cost of dredging a channel into Nantucket, according to "History of Nantucket."

George Gorham Hussey appeared as the head of a household in the 1800 census of Nantucket County, page 16.  The family consisted of:

"Hussey, George white male 26-45
      white female 26-45
      white male 16-26
      white male 0-10
      white female 0-10"

He was state representative from Nantucket in 1808.  George Gorham Hussey died April 6, 1810, "supposed to be lost at sea," according to Nantucket Quaker records.

"Lydia Hussey" appeared as the head of a household in the 1830 census of Nantucket, page 36.  The family consisted of:

"Hussey, Lydia white female 60-70
      white female 15-20
      white male 15-20"

Lydia Chase Hussey died November 4, 1849 at age 84 on Nantucket "of old age," according to Folger genealogical records.

Children born to George Gorham Hussey and Lydia Chase Hussey include:

 Elizabeth Hussey   born June 6, 1791
 Maria Hussey    born December 1, 1792
 Gorham Hussey   born October 7, 1795
 David Gorham Hussey born September 7, 1798
 Elizabeth Hussey   born November 29, 1802
 Susan Hussey    born May 1, 1805
 Martha Hussey   born January 26, 1809

Elizabeth Hussey, daughter of George Gorham Hussey and Lydia Chase Hussey, was born June 6, 1791 at Dunkirk, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  She died January 15, 1795, probably on Nantucket Island.

Maria Hussey, daughter of George Gorham Hussey and Lydia Chase Hussey, was born December 1, 1792 at Dunkirk, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  She was married to Samuel Brown, son of Smith Brown and Lydia Brown of Providence, Rhode Island, March 6, 1816.  Children born to them are unknown.

Gorham Hussey, son of George Gorham Hussey and Lydia Chase Hussey, was born October 7, 1795, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  He died May 19, 1796.

David Gorham Hussey, son of George Gorham Hussey and Lydia Chase Hussey, was born September 7, 1798, according to Folger genealogical records.  He was married January 27, 1820 to Lydia G. Macy, daughter of Job Macy and Deborah Gardner Macy, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  Lydia G. Macy Hussey was born on Nantucket July 1, 1798.

David Gorham Hussey was enumerated as the head of a household in the 1830 census of Nantucket Island, page 36.  The family consisted of:

"Hussey, Gorham white male 30-40
       white female 30-40
       white male 5-10
       white female 5-10
       white female 5-10
       white female 5-10
       white male 0-5"

He reappeared as the head of a household in the 1840 census of Nantucket, page 385.  He was a cooper on Nantucket in 1843.  He and his wife withdrew from a Quaker congregation in 1850 to assist in the beginning of a new congregation.

He was recorded as the head of Household 463-597 in the 1850 census of Nantucket County.  The enumeration, taken August 22, 1850 listed:

"Hussey, Gorham 52, born in Massachusetts, cooper, $1,500 real estate
Lydia A.   51, born in Massachusetts
Mary A.   29, born in Massachusetts
Martha G.  29, born in Massachusetts
Hepsibeth C. 23, born in Massachusetts
Samuel B.  7, born in Massachusetts"

Among the documents at Folger Museum in Nantucket is a statement which identifies and authenticates a painting by Alexander Seaverns, Nantucket artist.  The painting is a portrait of Lydia G. Macy Hussey entitled "Grandmother Hussey."  The statement, according to "Historic Nantucket," was made by Burt Brown Barker, attorney of New York City, and presented to the Nantucket Historical Association together with a photograph of the painting by Henry S. Wyer, one of Nantucket's outstanding artist-photographers from 1881 to 1920.  The statement read:

"The woman in the foreground in this picture is Lydia Macy Hussey, wife of Gorham Hussey and mother of Hepsibeth Chase Hussey.  The portrait of Mrs. Hussey was painted from a photograph of her taken by her grandson, H. S. Wyer, as she sat in the livingroom of No. 13 Vestal Street, in which house she lived from soon after her marriage on January 27, 1820 until her death on March 6, 1885."

"Gorham Hussey, the husband, was born on September 7, 1797 and died on November 28, 1879.  Lydia M. was born on July 1, 1798 and died on March 6, 1885.  Both are buried in the Quaker burial ground at the west end of Vestal Street."

"The above information was secured by me on August 27, 1927 from Miss Eliza Hussey, No. 14, Gardner Street, a granddaughter of said Lydia.  She took the dates of the marriage, births and deaths from the original entries in the bible of said Gorham Hussey, then in her possession.
          Burt Brown Barker"

Children born to David Gorham Hussey and Lydia G. Macy Hussey include:

 Martha G. Hussey (twin) born December 9, 1820
 Mary M. Hussey (twin)  born December 9, 1820
 Susan Hussey     born January 20, 1822
 George Gorham Hussey born September 19, 1823
 Hephzibah Chase Hussey born March 27, 1827
 Elizabeth Hussey    born May 17, 1832
 Joseph Macy Hussey  born October 10, 1838
 Samuel Brown Hussey  born March 21, 1843

Martha G. Hussey, twin daughter of David Gorham Hussey and Lydia G. Macy Hussey, was born December 9, 1820, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  She was married about 1840 to William McKeel of New York as his third wife.  Children born to them are unknown.

Mary M. Hussey, twin daughter of David Gorham Hussey and Lydia G. Macy Hussey, was born December 9, 1820, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  Of this individual nothing more is known.

Susan Hussey, daughter of David Gorham Hussey and Lydia G. Macy Hussey, was born January 20, 1822, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  She was married December 31, 1843 to William R. Gardner, son of Benjamin Gardner and Rachel Gardner, according to Folger genealogical records.  Children born to them are unknown.

George Gorham Hussey, son of David Gorham Hussey and Lydia G. Hussey, was born September 19, 1823, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  He declared a marriage intent with Avis M. Hussey, daughter of John Hussey, Jr. and Eliza Myrick Hussey January 17, 1847.  They were married February 2, 1847.  They were fourth cousins once-removed, both being descended from Stephen Hussey.

George Gorham Hussey appeared as the head of a household in the 1850 census of Nantucket County.  The family, Household No. 457-592, was enumerated as:

"Hussey, George G. 25, born in Massachusetts, mariner
Avis A.     22, born in Massachusetts
Rebecca C.    2, born in Massachusetts
Elisa M.     2/12, born in Massachusetts
Lydia B.     11, born in Massachusetts"

Upon the death of George Gorham Hussey Avis M. Hussey Hussey was remarried to Albert Bartlett, son of William Bartlett and Lydia Bartlett.

Children born to George Gorham Hussey and Avis M. Hussey Hussey include:

 Rebecca C. Hussey born November 1847
 Elisa M. Hussey  born in 1850

Rebecca C. Hussey, daughter of George Gorham Hussey and Avis M. Hussey Hussey, was born in November 1847, according to "Vital Records of Nantucket, Massachusetts."  She was married about 1867 to Henry S. Wyer, son of Charles Wyer and Mary J. Wyer.  Children born to them are unknown.

Elisa M. Hussey, daughter of George Gorham Hussey and Avis M. Hussey Hussey, was born in 1850, according to the 1850 census of her father's household.  She continued to live in Nantucket in 1927.

Hephzibah Chase Hussey, daughter of David Gorham Hussey and Lydia G. Macy Hussey, was born March 27, 1827, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  Of this individual nothing more is known.

Elizabeth Hussey, daughter of David Gorham Hussey and Lydia G. Macy Hussey, was born May 17, 1832, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  She died October 11, 1833.

Joseph Macy Hussey, son of David Gorham Hussey and Lydia G. Macy Hussey, was born October 10, 1838, according to Nantucket Quaker records. He died November 27, 1839.

Samuel Brown Hussey, son of David Gorham Hussey and Lydia G. Macy Hussey, was born March 21, 1843, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  He was received into Falls Monthly Meeting, Bucks County, Pennsylvania on a certificate from Nantucket Monthly Meeting dated October 26, 1865.  On January 31, 1872 Samuel Brown Hussey received a certificate from Falls Monthly Meeting addressed to Hector Monthly Meeting to marry Rachel Wood.  They were married shortly afterwards at Ulysses, New York in Tompkins County.

Samuel Brown Hussey, Rachel Wood Hussey and children, Edith L. Hussey and Charlotte M. Hussey were received March 16, 1881 by Salem Monthly Meeting, Columbiana County, Ohio on a certificate from Hector Monthly Meeting.  On April 11, 1883 they received a certificate from Salem Monthly Meeting for a move to Scipio Monthly Meeting, Ledyard, New York.  It is believed that Rachel Wood Hussey died about 1895.

Samuel Brown Hussey received a certificate while living in Cayuga County, New York to marry Anna Haines, daughter of Ezra Haines and Phebe Haines, both deceased.  They were married December 1, 1898 "at a public meeting held at Rancocas, New Jersey," according to records of Burlington County, New Jersey.

Samuel Brown Hussey received a certificate from Scipio Monthly Meeting to remove to Philadelphia Monthly Meeting May 17, 1899.  Anna Haines Hussey died January 20, 1910 at age 65 and was buried at Rancocas, New Jersey.  Samuel Brown Hussey died March 11, 1922 "at age 79 years, 7 months, 12 days and was buried at Poplar Ridge, New York," according to records of Philadelphia Monthly Meeting.

Children born to Samuel Brown Hussey and Rachel Wood Hussey include:

 Edith L. Hussey   born about 1875
 Charlotte M. Hussey born about 1878

Edith L. Hussey, daughter of Samuel Brown Hussey and Rachel Wood Hussey, was born about 1875 probably in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.  She was named in a certificate issued to her parents in 1881 by Salem Monthly Meeting in Columbiana County, Ohio.  Of this individual nothing more is known.

Charlotte M. Hussey, daughter of Samuel Brown Hussey and Rachel Wood Hussey, was born about 1878, probably in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.  She was named in a certificate issued to her parents in 1881 by Salem Monthly Meeting in Columbiana County, Ohio.  Of this individual nothing more is known.

Elizabeth Hussey, daughter of George Gorham Hussey and Lydia Chase Hussey, was born November 29, 1802, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  She was married October 22, 1826 to John W. Olin.  Children born to them are unknown.

Susan Hussey, daughter of George Gorham Hussey and Lydia Chase Hussey, was born May 1, 1805, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  She was married August 18, 1825 to Joseph Macy, son of Job Macy and Deborah Gardner Macy, according to Folger genealogical records.  No children were born to them.

Martha Hussey, daughter of George Gorham Hussey and Lydia Chase Hussey, was born January 26, 1809, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  She was married about 1830 to Samuel Johnson of Lynn, Massachusetts.  Children born to them are unknown.

Uriel Hussey, son of George Hussey and Deborah Paddock Hussey, was born September 10, 1766 on Nantucket Island, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  He was married October 1, 1789 to Phebe Folger, daughter of William Folger and Ruth Coffin Folger, who was born September 21, 1768.

Uriel Hussey did not appear as the head of a household in the 1790 census of Nantucket, however he was listed in the census of 1800 of the island.  The family was composed of:

"Hussey, Uriel white male 26-45
     white female 26-45
     white male 10-15
     white female 10-15
     white male 0-10
     white male 0-10
     white female 0-10
     free person"

Uriel Hussey, a mariner, died November 2, 1801 in Norfolk, Virginia, according to Nantucket records.  Phebe Folger Hussey and her daughter, Phebe Hussey, Jr., removed to Philadelphia August 30, 1832 perhaps to live with her daughter Mary Hussey Earle.  "Phebe Hussey" who was born about 1768 died in Philadelphia July 14, 1864 at age 97, according to records of Philadelphia Monthly Meeting.

Children born to Uriel Hussey and Phebe Folger Hussey include:

 George Gorham Hussey born July 12, 1790
 Edward Hussey    born June 11, 1794
 William Folger Hussey  born August 16, 1796
 Mary Hussey     born April 20, 1798
 Phebe Hussey, Jr.   born September 27, 1800

George Gorham Hussey, son of Uriel Hussey and Phebe Folger Hussey, was born July 12, 1790, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  He died single, "lost in the Wasp," May 14, 1816, according to Folger genealogical records. The "Wasp" was in several engagements in the War of 1812 including the capture of the British brigs, "Reindeer" and "Avon."

Edward Hussey, son of Uriel Hussey and Phebe Folger Hussey, was born June 11, 1794, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  He was married October 2, 1817 to Judith Folger, daughter of Peregrine Folger and Rachel Hussey Folger.  Rachel Hussey Folger was the daughter of Nathaniel Hussey and Judith Coffin Hussey.  Edward Hussey and Judith Folger Hussey were second cousins, both having Sylvanus Hussey as a common great-grandfather.  The wedding was reported in the October 18, 1817 edition of "Columbia Centinel."

Edward Hussey appeared as the head of a household in the 1830 census of Nantucket County, page 35.  The family was listed as:

"Hussey, Edward white male 30-40
      white female 30-40
      white female 10-15
      white female 5-10

Later Edward Hussey was remarried to "Elizabeth Hussey, daughter of Pennock," according to Folger genealogical records.

Children born to Edward Hussey and Judith Folger Hussey include:

 Mary Folger Hussey born August 20, 1818
 Elizabeth F. Hussey born July 15, 1820

Mary Folger Hussey, daughter of Edward Hussey and Judith Folger Hussey, was born August 20, 1818, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  She was probably born in New Bedford, Massachusetts.  She was married about 1840 to Warren Gibbs Price of New Bedford, according to Folger genealogical records.

Elizabeth F. Hussey, daughter of Edward Hussey and Judith Folger Hussey, was born July 15, 1820 in New Bedford.  She was married to William H. Tobey September 15, 1814, according to "Vital Records of New Bedford, Massachusetts."

William Folger Hussey, son of Uriel Hussey and Phebe Folger Hussey, was born August 16, 1796, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  He was married November 7, 1822 to Maria Smith, daughter of Job Smith, Jr. and Deborah Baxter Smith, according to Folger genealogical records.

Children born to William Folger Hussey and Maria Smith Hussey include:

 Amelia M. Hussey born about 1825
 George C. Hussey born in 1826

Amelia M. Hussey, daughter of William Folger Hussey and Maria Smith Hussey, was born about 1825.  She was married about 1850 to Peter Stevenson, sculptor of Boston, Massachusetts, according to Folger genealogical records.

George C. Hussey, son of William Folger Hussey and Maria Smith Hussey, was born in 1826, according to Folger genealogical records.  George C. Hussey, a draftee served in the U.S. Army from Nantucket during the Civil War, according to "History of Nantucket."  Of this individual nothing more is known.

Mary Hussey, daughter of Uriel Hussey and Phebe Folger Hussey, was born May 20, 1798, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  She was married in Nantucket July 13, 1820 to Thomas Earle, son of Pliny Earle and Patience Buffin Earle of Worcester, Massachusetts, according to records of the Quaker church.  Thomas Earle was a resident of Philadelphia, according to the August 5, 1820 edition of "Columbia Centinel" in its report of the wedding.  Mary Hussey Earle died October 17, 1886, according to the records of Philadelphia Monthly Meeting.

Phebe Hussey, Jr., daughter of Uriel Hussey and Phebe Folger Hussey, ws born September 27, 1800, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  She moved to Philadelphia in 1832 with her mother, according to the church records.

She declared a marriage intent December 15, 1839 with Edward W. Gardner and became his second wife December 1, 1840, according to records of South Congregtional Church on Nantucket Island.  He was the son of Tristram Gardner and Kezia Gardner Gardner.

Silvanus Hussey, son of George Hussey and Deborah Paddock Hussey, was born April 9, 1768, according to Folger genealogical records.  He was married December 25, 1794 to Prudence Pease, daughter of John Pease and Jerusha Norton Pease of Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts.  The marriage was performed at Edgartown, Massachusetts, according to Church of Christ Congregational church records.

Silvanus Hussey appeared as the head of a household in the 1800 census of Nantucket Island.  The family was reported as:

"Hussey, Silvanus white male 26-45
       white female 26-45
       white female 10-15
       white female 0-10"

Silvanus Hussey was named on a school committee April 25, 1818, according to Nantucket town records.  Prudence Pease Hussey died  March 1, 1825, according to Folger genealogical records.

Silvanus Hussey was enumerated as the head of a household in the 1830 census of Nantucket, page 38.  The family was listed as:

"Hussey, Silvanus white male 60-70
       white female 30-40
       white male 20-30
       white female 20-30
       white female 15-20"

He died "of consumption" November 14, 1842 at age 74.

Children born to Silvanus Hussey and Prudence Pease Hussey include:

 Alice Hussey   born March 11, 1799
 Deborah Hussey  born October 30, 1801
 John Pease Hussey born December 21, 1804
 Mary H. Hussey  born March 10, 1809
 Jane Ann Hussey  born January 25, 1814

Alice Hussey, daughter of Silvanus Hussey and Prudence Pease Hussey, was born March 11, 1799 on Nantucket, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  She appeared as "white female, age 30-40" living in her father's household in the 1830 census.  Of this individual nothing more is known.

Deborah Hussey, daughter of Silvanus Hussey and Prudence Pease Hussey, was born October 30, 1801 on Nantucket Island.  She was married to John Joseph Lefford, "a Frenchman as his first wife," October 21, 1824, according to Folger genealogical records.  He was a resident of New Bedford, according to the October 30, 1824 edition of "Columbia Centinel" which carried an account of the wedding.

John Pease Hussey, son of Silvanus Hussey and Prudence Pease Hussey, was born December 21, 1804 on Nantucket, according to Folger genealogical records.  He is believed to be the "white male, 20-30" who appeared in his father's household in the 1830 census of Nantucket.  Of this individual nothing more is known.

Mary H. Hussey, daughter of Silvanus Hussey and Prudence Pease Hussey, was born March 10, 1809 on Nantucket, according to Folger genealogical records.  She is believed to be the "white female, 20-30" who appeared in the 1830 enumeration of her father's household.  She was married in Nantucket to Jared W. Tracey July 20, 1834.

Children born to them include:

 Anna M. Tracey born about 1840

Jane Ann Hussey, daughter of Silvanus Hussey and Prudence Pease Hussey, was born January 25, 1814 on Nantucket, according to Folger genealogical records.  She is believed to be the "white female, 15-20" who appeared in her father's household in the 1830 census return.  She was married October 25, 1835 to Henry Parkinson.

Barnabas Hussey, son of George Hussey and Deborah Paddock Hussey, was born February 20, 1770.  He died July 3, 1777 at age seven, according to Folger genealogical records.

Susanna Hussey, daughter of George Hussey and Deborah Paddock Hussey, was born April 24, 1771 on Nantucket Island, according to Folger genealogical records.  Nantucket Quaker records reveal that she was married September 30, 1790 to Zenas Gardner, son of Paul Gardner and Rachel Starbuck Gardner.  Four daughters were born to them.  She died February 7, 1842, and he died August 11, 1848.

Deborah Hussey, daughter of George Hussey and Deborah Paddock Hussey, was born September 17, 1773, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  She was married September 9, 1795 to Robert Brayton, son of Israel Brayton and Elizabeth Lawton Brayton.  Their first child, Alice Hussey Brayton, was born December 7, 1796, two months after the death of her aunt and namesake.  Five other children were born to them.

Alice Hussey, daughter of George Hussey and Deborah Paddock Hussey, was born December 22, 1777, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  She died unmarried in Hudson, New York October 18, 1796 of smallpox, according to the church records.

Rachel Hussey, daughter of George Hussey and Deborah Paddock Hussey, was born March 24, 1783, according to Nantucket Quaker records.  She was married December 7, 1808 to Joseph Austin, son of Jeremiah Austin and Patience Fish Austin

Children born to Joseph Austin and Rachel Hussey Austin include:

 James Austin   born September 20, 1809
 Sarah Austin   born June 18, 1812
 Catharine Austin  born April 14, 1814
 Samuel Austin  born June 15, 1816
 Elizabeth Austin  born April 17, 1818

Samuel Austin, son of Joseph Austin and Rachel Hussey Austin, was born June 15, 1816, according to "One Hundred and Sixty Allied Families" written by John Osborne Austin, his son.  He was married October 12, 1843 to Elizabeth Hanson Osborne who was born October 28, 1820.  He died February 8, 1901.

Children born to Samuel Austin and Elizabeth Hanson Osborne Austin include:

 John Osborne Austin born December 28, 1849

John Osborne Austin, son of Samuel Austin and Elizabeth Hanson Osborne Austin, was born December 28, 1849.  He was married June 24, 1878 to Helen Augusta Whitaker who was born July 9, 1853.

In addition to "One Hundred and Sixty Allied Families" John Osborne Austin, a resident of Providence, Rhode Island in 1893, wrote "Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island."

Children born to them include:

 Richard Sisson Austin born April 18, 1855

Elizabeth Austin, daughter of Joseph Austin and Rachel Hussey Austin, was born April 17, 1818.  She was married October 14, 1841 to David Gorham Hussey, Jr., son of David Gorham Hussey and Nancy Hussey Hussey.  They were second cousins once-removed, both being descended from Sylvanus Hussey. [For children born to David Gorham Hussey, Jr. and Elizabeth Austin Hussey, see his section.]

Joseph Hussey, son of Sylvanus Hussey and Hepzibah Starbuck Hussey, was born 20th, 5th month, 1740 in Sherburne, Massachusetts.  He was married, probably on Nantucket Island, December 11, 1766 to Mary Raymar, daughter of James Raymar and Sarah Raymar.

Joseph Hussey received a house on Nantucket Island, business property and other assets under the terms of his father's will probated March 6, 1767.  Later he removed to Boston and became a merchant there.  He was referred to in a manuscript as "Hussey, the Quaker merchant of Boston."  "Joseph Hussey & Roby" sailed to Cambridge, Massachusetts September 4, 1776, according to a diary kept by Kezia Coffin Fanning.

In 1789 "Joseph Hussey, merchant, N. 20 Long Wharf" was the only Hussey individual listed in "Boston Directory" "containing a list of the Merchants, Mechanics, Traders and others in town of Boston; in order to enable strangers to find the residence of any Person."

Joseph Hussey was listed as an individual who "loaned money to the colonies during the American Revolution," according to "History of Nantucket."  He was enumerated as the head of a household in the 1790 census of Boston.  The family was rendered as "one white male over 16, one white male under 16 and four females," according to "Heads of Households, Massachusetts, 1790." The enumeration was recorded in the census of Suffolk County, page 194.  A daughter of Joseph Hussey died of consumption between 1788 and 1794.

Joseph Hussey died in Boston at age 60 in 1800, according to "The Columbia Centinel," which reported his death in its September 13, 1800 edition.  "Mary Hussey, relict of the late Joseph Hussey died in Boston Monday, aged 82," according to the May 5, 1824 edition of the newspaper.

Children born to them include:

 Amelia Hussey  born about 1769
 Joseph Hussey  born about 1772
 Lucretia Hussey  born about 1778
 Margaret Hussey  born about 1780

Amelia Hussey, daughter of Joseph Hussey and Mary Raymar Hussey, was born about 1769, according to "One Hundred and Sixty Allied Families."  She may have been the daughter who died "of consumption" between 1788 and 1794.

Joseph Hussey, son of Joseph Hussey and Mary Raymar Hussey, was born about 1772, according to "One Hundred and Sixty Allied Families."  Of this individual nothing more is known.

Lucretia Hussey, daughter of Joseph Hussey and Mary Raymar Hussey, was born about 1778 probably in Boston.  She was married to Thomas Thompson in Boston, according to "Boston Marriages" by Edward McGlenen.

Margaret Hussey, believed to be a daughter of Joseph Hussey and Mary Raymar Hussey, was born about 1780, probably in Boston.  She was married July 27, 1799 to Ebenezer Waters, according to "Boston Marriages."

A child,, was born to Sylvanus Hussey and Hepzibah Starbuck Hussey.  It died young, according to "One Hundred and Sixty Allied Families."