The Proposed Ancestries of John Hussey
Sources for both are the Hussey Millennium Manuscript, courtesy of the Gowen Research Foundation, www.llano.net/gowen/hussey_millenium.htm, 2001.
These are two theoretical pedigrees for John Hussey. I have not done any research on the material below.

Possible Ancestry #1

Henry Hussey and Judith Pagett
    Henry Hussey was born in 1547 in Slynfold, Sussex, England to John Hussey. On Easter, 1662, Henry was enrolled in Queens College at Cambridge University. He was a resident pensioner at Cambridge in August 1564. Henry married Judith Pagett. Henry was the Clerk of the Spicery in service to Queen Elizabeth I and to King James I.  He died 23 May 1611 and was buried in the south aisle of the church at Battersea, Middlesex, England where a monument was inscribed:
    “To Henry Hussey, Esquire his loving wife Judeth Pagett hath erected this monument. He was born at Slinkford in Sussex.  He was Clarke of the Spicery to Queen Elizabeth and King James, and lived in the court 35 yeares.  He delivered his soul to God on the 23rd of May 1611, in the 64th year of his age; his body lyeth buried here waiting for a joyful resurrection.”

Henry and Judith’s chidren include:

1. John Hussey, born 29 April 1559, may have been the one who married Mary Wood or Moor 5 Feb 1593/4.

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John Hussey
John was a resident of Guildford, Surrey, England. He was one of “Her Majesty’s Commissioners for Surrey and Sussex”.

John and his wife’s chidren include:

1. Henry Hussey, born in 1547 in Slynfold, Sussex, England, enrolled in Queens College, Cambridge University, a resident pensioner there in 1564, married Judith Pagett, Clerk of the Spicery to Elizabeth I and James I, died 23 May 1611, buried Battersea, Middlesex, England.

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Sir Henry Hussey and Eleanor Bradbridge
Sir Henry Hussey was of Sussex, England. He married Eleanor Bradbridge. Eleanor was the daughter and sole heir of John Bradbridge of Slynfold. Henry was a recipient of a subsidy from King Henry VIII in 1523, a member of the king’s household August 1, 1524, knight, and a member of Parliament for Horsham. Henry was on the king’s Commission of Sewers (who supervised the serving of food and the seating of the guests in the royal household) 4 July 1538 and on a grand jury panel in 30 November 1538.  Henry died in 1557.

Henry and Eleanor’s chidren include:

1. John Hussey, resident of Guildford, Surrey, England, one of “Her Majesty’s Commissioners for Surrey and Sussex”.

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John Bradbridge
John Bradbridge was of Slynfold, Surrey, England. He is said to be a descendant of Roger de Bradbridge, living 1355.

John and his wife’s daughter is:

1. Eleanor Bradbridge, married Sir Henry Hussey, her father’s only heir.


Possible Ancestry #2

Hugh Hussey and Ellen Devereaux
Hugh Hussey was the son of Thomas Hussey and Jane Townshend. Hugh married Ellen Devereaux.

Hugh and Ellen’s children include:

1. John Hussey, may have been the one who married Mary Wood or Moor 5 Feb 1593/4.

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Thomas Hussey and Jane Townshend
Thomas Hussey was the son of Thomas Hussey and Elizabeth Kaymer. Thomas married Jane Townshend.

Thomas and Jane’s children include:

1. George Hussey.
2. Hugh Hussey, married Ellen Devereaux.

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Thomas Hussey and Elizabeth Kaymer
Thomas Hussey was the son of Thomas Hussey and Christian FitzJames. Thomas married Elizabeth Kaymer.

Thomas and Elizabeth had several children, including:

1. Thomas Hussey, married Jane Townshend.

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Thomas Hussey and Christian FitzJames
Thomas Hussey was the son of John Hussey and Eleanor Turgus. Thomas married Christian FitzJames.

Thomas and Christian’s children include:

1. Thomas Hussey, married Elizabeth Kaymer.
2. Bartholomew Hussey.
3. Richard Hussey.
4. James Hussey.
5. William Hussey.
6. Robert Hussey.
7. Sampson Hussey.
8. Nicholas Hussey.
9. Several daughters.

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John Hussey and Eleanor Turgus
John Hussey was the son of Thomas Hussey and Mary Tourney. John married Eleanor Turgus.

John and Eleanor’s children include:

1. Robert Hussey.
2. John Hussey.
3. Thomas Hussey, married Christian FitzJames.

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Thomas Hussey and Mary Tourney
Thomas Hussey was the son of Thomas Hussey and Joan de Bowoode. Thomas married Mary Tourney.

Thomas and Mary’s son is:

1. John Hussey, married Eleanor Turgus.

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Thomas Hussey and Joan de Bowoode
Thomas Hussey was the son of James Hussey and Joan Winterbourne. James married Joan de Bowoode.

Thomas and Joan’s children include:

1. Thomas Hussey, married Mary Tourney.
2. Helias Hussey.

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James Hussey and Joan Winterbourne
James Hussey was the son of William Hussey. James married Joan Winterbourne. They settled in Dorsetshire.

James and Joan’s son is:

1. Thomas Hussey, married Joan de Bowoode.

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William Hussey
William Hussey was the son of Reginald Hussey and Alinora Dawbignie.

William’s son is:

1. James Hussey, married Joan Winterbourne.

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Reginald Hussey and Alinora Dawbignie
Reginald Hussey was the son of William Hussey. Reginald married Alinora Dawbignie.

Reginald and Alinora’s children include:

1. William Hussey.
2. Edmund Hussey.

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William Hussey
William Hussey was the son of Ralph Hussey and the daughter of the Earl of Warwick.

William’s son is:

1. Reginald Hussey, married Alinora Dawbignie.

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Ralph Hussey
Ralph Hussey was the son of Henry Hussey. Ralph married the daughter of the Earl of Warwick.

Ralph’s children include:

1. William Hussey.
2. Edward Hussey.
3. Geoffrey Hussey.
4. Henry Hussey.

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Henry Hussey
Henry Hussey was the son of Geoffroy Hussey.

Henry’s son is:

1. Ralph Hussey, married the daughter of the Earl of Warwick.

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Geoffroy Hussey
Geoffroy Hussey was the son of William Hussey.

Geoffroy’s children include:

1. Henry Hussey.
2. Matthew Hussey.
3. William Hussey.
4. Hubert Hussey.
5. Hugh Hussey.

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William Hussey
William Hussey was the son of Hubert Hussey.

William’s son is:

1. Geoffroy Hussey, said to be Lord of Charlcombe.

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Hubert Hussey
Hubert Hussey was the son of Hugh Hussey of Normandy the daughter of the third Earl of Normandy. Hubert may have participated in the Battle of Hastings.

Hubert’s children include:

1. William Hussey.
2. Walter Hussey.
3. Henry Hussey.

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Hugh Hussey
Hugh Hussey married the daughter of the third Earl of Normandy in 1014.

Hugh’s children are said to be:

1. William Hussey, listed in Somersetshire in the Domesday Book.
2. Walter Hussey, listed in Somersetshire in the Domesday Book, held Little Sutton manor.
3. John Hussey.
4. Hubert Hussey.


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