Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties

Thomas Hussey

Male 1634 - 1700  (66 years)


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  • Name Thomas Hussey 
    Born 1634  Harby, Lincoln, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 14 Oct 1700  Port Tobacco, Charles County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I009786  Tree1
    Last Modified 11 Aug 2020 

    Father John Hussey,   d. Aft 1656, Harby, Lincoln, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F06379  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 1 Elizabeth MNU Hussey,   b. 1642,   d. 1664, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 22 years) 
    Married Abt 1660  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 11 Aug 2020 
    Family ID F06378  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 2 Johanna (Joan) Porter,   b. 1627, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Between Jul 1684 and Nov 1690, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 57 years) 
    Married 16 Nov 1665  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Notes 
    • D.134
    Children 
     1. Mary Hussey,   b. 1662, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 1690, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 27 years)
     2. Elizabeth Hussey,   b. Abt 1665, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Abt 1747, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 82 years)
    Last Modified 11 Aug 2020 
    Family ID F01607  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 3 Jane Cockshutt,   b. 1632, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1699, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 67 years) 
    Married Abt 1698  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 11 Aug 2020 
    Family ID F01639  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • ===
      Hussy (Hussey), Thomas, Chas, County, 6th Feb., 1699; 14th Oct,, 1700.
      To grandson Thomas Hussey Luckett, 1310 A. in Chingamuxon.
      To Dau. Eliza: Luckett, extx. and residuary legatee of estate, real and personal.
      Test: Thos. Wheeehardly,, Henry Harman, Philip Harrall, Anne Varnum. 11. 43.
      ===
      Thomas Hussey 20.135 I CH £707.9.6 Oct 9 1700
      Appraisers: Thomas Smoote, Nicholas Martin.
      ..
      === Research notes from Christopher Carter Lee

      homas was baptized 20 Sept 1634 at Little Laver, Essex, son of Rev. John Hussey and Anne (Denne) Hussey, daughter of Rev. Thomas Denne. He died before 14 Oct. 1700, rather than on that date (will probate). For these data, see Leslie Mahler and John C. Brandon's article in The American Genealogist 89: 1 (Jan. 2017) and 2 (April 2017), at [in 89: 2] 133-135.

      === Contributed by Ralph D. Smith

      For a record showing John Hussey as the father of Thomas Hussey, see Archives of Maryland, Vol. 65, p. 673

      Hussey, Thomas - m. 1st Elizabeth _______, m. 2nd Mrs. Joan/Johanna Porter Nevill (widow of John Nevill), and m. 3rd Mrs. Jane Cockshutt Matthews Bread (widow of Thomas Matthews and John Bread.)
      Sources: (1) Charles Co., Md. Court Records, Liber A, p. 239 (Elizabeth), Liber C, p. 61 (Joan/Johanna), and Liber R, p. 103 (Jane), and (2) Newman, Harry W., "The Maryland Semmes and Kindred Families," pp. 237-8 (Jane.)

      Thomas Hussey had no children by his 1st wife Elizabeth or his 3rd wife Jane. By his 2nd wife Joan/Johanna, Hussey had two daughters: Mary Hussey and Elizabeth Hussey.
      Source: Charles Co., Md. Court Records, Liber G, p. 72.

      Mary Hussey m. William Langworth, son of John Langworth, and d. prior to Feb. 7, 1693/4 in St. Mary’s Co. when Langworth made his will there naming his 2nd wife Ann.
      Source: Maryland Calendar of Wills, Vol. 2, pp. 69-70.

      William Langworth d. testate May 1, 1694 (probate date) in St. Mary’s Co., Md.
      Source: Maryland Calendar of Wills, Vol. 2, pp. 69-70.

      The last record found for William Langworth’s 2nd wife Ann is on Aug. 21, 1695.
      Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Inventories & Accounts, Liber 10, p. 417.

      Dau. Elizabeth Hussey is set forth below. Thomas Hussey’s 1st wife Elizabeth d. between Sep. 1662 and Aug. 1666 in Charles Co., Md.
      Source: Charles Co., Md. Court Records, Liber B, p. 23, and Liber C, p. 61.

      Thomas’ 2nd wife Joan/Johanna d. between July 1684 and Nov. 1690 in Charles Co., Md.
      Source: Charles Co., Md. Court Records, Liber L, p. 175, and Liber R, p. 103.

      Thomas’ 3rd wife Jane d. between Apr. 1693 and Feb. 1699/1700 in Charles Co., Md.
      Sources: (1) Newman, Harry W., “The Maryland Semmes and Kindred Families," p. 238, and (2) Maryland Calendar of Wills, Vol. 2, p. 211.

      Thomas Hussey d. testate Oct. 14, 1700 (probate date) in Charles Co., Md.
      Source: Maryland Calendar of Wills, Vol. 2, p. 211.

      Elizabeth Hussey - m. 1st John Gardiner, m. 2nd Samuel Luckett, and m. 3rd John Hanson [Jr.] Sources: (1) Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 13, pp. 73 and 405, (2) Maryland Prerogative Court, Inventories & Accounts, Liber 29, p. 234, and (3) Maryland Calendar of Wills, Vol. 3, p. 63.

      John Gardiner d. Nov. 24, 1683 (will exhibited) in St. Mary’s Co., Md.
      Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 13, p. 73.

      Samuel Luckett d. testate July 18, 1705 (probate date) in Charles Co., Md.
      Source: Maryland Calendar of Wills, Vol. 3, p. 63.

      John Hanson [Jr.] d. testate May 1, 1754 (probate date) in Charles Co., Md.
      Source: Maryland Calendar of Wills, Vol. 11, p. 55.

      Mrs. Elizabeth Hussey Gardiner Luckett Hanson d. intestate between June 5, 1747 and July 20, 1749 in Charles Co., Md.
      Sources: (1) Maryland Calendar of Wills, Vol. 11, p. 55, and (2) Newman, Harry W., “Charles County Gentry," p. 230.
      ===
      Cleborne Lomax 20.193 A CH £33.18.0 Dec 7 1701
      Payments to: Mr. George Tubman, John Cassock, Edward Lampburgh, Thomas Hussey (dead) paid to Samuell Lucket who married Elisabeth the executrix.
      Administratrix: Blanck Lomax (relict).
      ===
      Richard Ashman 20.195 A CH £45.15.4 in 1700
      Payments to: Thomas Hussey, Col. John Courts, Elisabeth Hawkins (widow), Capt, John Bayne, Kenelme Cheseldyne, Esq.
      Administratrix: Anne Hardy (relict), wife of Henry Hardy.
      ===
      James Pearse (merchant) 1.363 I #32523 Oct 18 1674
      of Dartmouth in County of Devon.
      Appraisers: Mr. Thomas Husey, Ignatius Causine.
      List of debts: Mathew Stone, Samuell Sherrell, Thomas Waker, Francis Wyne, John Allen, John Stone, John Wheeler, Clement Theobald, Richard Owen, Zachary Wade, Thomas Hussey, Benjamin Rozer, Thomas Gerrard, Anne Fowke, William Barton, Samuell Sewell, Philip Lyne, John Helem, Thomas Marie, Bennett Manegin, Thomas Kilbourne, Henry Barnes, William Gough, Gerrard Browne, Elmond Taylor, Richard Beck,
      Administrator: Benjamin Rozer.
      ===
      Col. Benjamin Rozer 7C.98 I CH #235423 May 25 1681
      (gentleman).
      Servants mentioned: George Right, Robert Smallpage, Richard Conner, Walter Poore, Thomas Bowke, John Harris and his wife (unnamed), Richard Marshall, Henry Baall, Evan Hugh, James Loyle, William Ellis, Francis Morgan, John Harper, Godfrey Woodward, John Gardner, William Low, John Owen, Abraham Parker, Samuell Street, John Pittman, John Probart (taylor), Cornelius Butwell, Mary Pratt, Ruth Temple, Jemima Johnson, Martha Jones,
      Appraisers: Henry Adams, Thomas Hussey (gentleman),
      Mentions: partnership with Marke Lampton.
      List of debts: (see page 80,)
      ===
      Philip Browne 4.587 A CH #2945 #2945 Feb 9 1677
      Payments to: Maj. Benjamin Rozer, Thomas Hussey, Thomas Hatterell.
      Administrator: John Wood.
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      John Cage 7A.l5l A CH #23860 #23860 Jul 21 1680
      Payments to: William Barrat, Joseph Pile, William Calvert, Esq,, Henry Hardy, Thomas Hussey, Francis Greene, Mr. Faning, Henry Renolds, Elinor Bayne, Thomas Wilder, William Lee paid to Randall Brandt, Thomas Teekrill, Matthew Hill, Thomas Helgar, John Butler, Walter Davies, Robert Masson, Timothy Richeson, Col, Rozier, Humphry Warren, Christopher Tomlin, estate of Charles Gregory paid to Thomas Notley, Esq.
      Executrix: Susannah Clipsham(relict), now wife of Thomas Clipsham. (married immediately after deceased's death)

      === Woodward or Woodyard
      John Wooderd 7A.230 A CH #8555 #8555 Sep 21 1680
      Payments to: Col. Benjamin Rozier, James Rumsey paid to Col. Rozier, Robert
      Benson, Mr. Michaell Foster, Mr. Henry Adams, Kenelme Macloughlin paid to
      Mr. Henry Adams, Ignatius Cousin, Nicholas Cooper, Marks Lampton paid to
      Edmund Dennis, Thomas Hussey, William Chandler.
      Distribution to: administrator.
      Administrator: John Butcher.
      ===
      John Blackfan 7A.239 A #53939 #38683
      Payments to: Mr. John Stone, Col. Benjamin Rozier, John Jones, William Pryer, Gerret Vansweringen, Ed. Abbet, Charles Cullis, Thomas Buckridg, John Givin, Philip Lines, Thomas Shuttleworth, Thomas Hussey, Mrs. Margery Stone, John Fanning - ------ Helgar, John Adisson, ------ Bacon in London paid to Mr. Stone, Thomas Humphry.
      Administrator/Executor: Joseph Manning.
      ===
      Jesse Wharton, Esq. 7B.141 I CH #64320 Aug 15 1676
      Appraisers: Thomas Husse, William Chandler.
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      Robert Cooper 8,228 A CH #10486 #8859 Oct 23 1684
      Payments to: Col. William Chandler, Thomas Burford, Esq., Thomas Carvile, Thomas Grunwin of St, Mary's County, Samuell Luckett, Robert Browne, Dr. John Lemaire, Thomas Hussey, Henry Henley, Hugh French,
      Administrator: John Faning (gentleman),
      ===
      Thomas Coates 8.255 A CH #14616 #10518 Oct 12 1682
      Payments to: Col. William Chandler, Edward Gale, John Reddish, William Wells, Edward Maddock, Joshua Graves upon account from Anne Britton, John Richards upon account from his master Thomas Hussey, James Whetler,
      Executor: John Clarke,
      ===
      Zac Wade 8.389 A CH #88762 Mar 5 1684
      Payments to: John Stone attorney of --- Hatchwell, Dr. Lamar, J. Elis, Dr. Maddox, executor of Mathew Stone, widow Wells, Stephen Murty, Richard Edling, Col. Rozier, John Goyaz, Thomas Hussy, William Hatton, Mary Williams, Teodotia Dyet (daughter of deceased).
      Executor: Randolph Hinson.
      ===
      William Wright 8.448 A CH Dec 3 1684
      List of debts: John Ellder, Thomas Kersy, Thomas Witter, Henry Hawkins (gentleman).
      Payments to: Thomas Hussy, Owen Newen, Henry Hawkins, Mr. Thomas Burford,, Col, William Chandler of Charles county, John Hanson,
      Administrator: Robert Thompson, Sr.
      ===
      William Hensey 9.44 A CH £64.0.2 #9876 Jul 9 1686
      The amount of the inventory is equivalent to #12802.
      Legatees: John Courtes, Robert Powell, Susanna Abbott, Mary Harris, Richard Smith, Anne Browne.
      Payments to: Henry Taner, Mr. Robert Doyne, Robert Powell, John Courtes, Dr. James Kingsberry as by receipt of Charles Shepherd, George Scroggin, Mr. Thomas Hussey, Cleborne Lomax, James Cullin, Phillip Lynes.
      Administratrix: Barbary Chapman, now wife of John Gorly.
      ===
      James Wheeler 9.188, A CH £33.19.1 #13404 Aug 16 1686
      The amount of the inventory is equivalent to #8149,
      Payments to: Ignatius Warren, William Newman, William Dent, George Brent, Thomas Gavan, Thomas Hussy, Edward Rookard, Mrs. Mary Chandler, Cornelius Maddocks, Richard Harrison, Thomas Wheeler, Roger Dickenson, Humphrey Warren, Dr. John Lemair, John Wheeler, Ralph Shawe, Mr. Robert Doyne, Henry Hardy per receipt of Mr. Burford, Samuel Cockett, John Booker, Robert Taylour.
      Executrix: Katharine Jones, wife of Moses Jones.
      ===
      John Probartt 9.418 A CH £2.18,6 #3822 Sep 13 1687
      The amount of the inventory also included £0.5.0 and #2826.
      Payments to: Thomas Hussey, Phil. Hoskins & Robert Middleton, Ignatius Cousin, James Wheeler, Richard Boughton, Mr. George Thompson, Mr, Robert Doyne, Mr, James Heath.
      Administrator: Maj. John Wheeler,
      ===
      William Langworth 10,417 A SM £85.12.9 Aug 21 1695
      Legatees: widow Langworth, Sarah Bower.
      Administrator: Thomas Hussey.
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 14 Nov 1659, Page 66
      Thomas Hussey enter, his mark of hogs and cattle
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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 4 Sep 1660, Page 97
      Richard Roe [Row] demands subpoena for Francis Pope and Thomas Hussey in case between him and William Empson
      ===
      Liber A, Page 112-115, folio 286; Charles County Circuit Court, Microfilm Cr 35,689, Court 23 Oct 1660.
      Deed: 17 Feb 1658; William Robisson, carpenter of Portobacco, sells to Hennery Moore, planter of Portobacco, a tract of land on the northwest side of the Potomac River; mentions St. Bernard's Creek;
      22 Mar 1658; /s/ William Robisson; wit. Thomas Baker (mark); John Nevill (mark); acknowledged in open court by Will Robisson and his wife Susan to Thomas Hussey, assignee of Henry Moore; 24 Sep 1661 before George Thompson.
      ===
      Liber A, Page 115, folio 287; Charles County Circuit Court, Microfilm Cr 35,689, Court 23 Oct 1660. Hennery Moore, planter, assigns his rights in above deed to Tho. Hussey on 3 Dec 1659; /s/ Henry More; wit. Henry Addames, Leo. Greene; acknowledged in open court 28 )an 1661 from Moore to
      Hussey; also acknowledged by William and Susanna Robisson.
      ===
      Liber A, Page 116, folio 296; Charles County Circuit Court, Microfilm Cr 35,689, Court 11 Dec 1660.
      296. Henry Adames of Portobacco assigns George Thompson an Order of Court against Walter Ges for 1100# of tobacco and cask; 22 Oct 1660; /s/ Hennery Addames; wit. Tho. Allanson, Tho. Hussey
      ===
      Liber A, Page 116, folio 297; Charles County Circuit Court, Microfilm Cr 35,689, Court 11 Dec 1660.
      Thomas Hussey, atty. to Mr. George Thompson, assigns the full sum of tobacco unto Josias Fendall, Esq.; 24 Oct 1660; /s/ Tho. Hussey; wit. Tho. Allanson, Steaphen Monntague 12 November 1660.
      ===
      Liber A, Page 124, folio 326; Charles County Circuit Court, Microfilm Cr 35,689, Court 12 Mar 1660
      William Robisson demands subpoena for Hennery Moore and Mr. Tho. Hussey to testify for Robisson in case between him and Edward Waker of London, merchant
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 7 May 1661, Page 129
      William Robisson demands warrant against Richard Row; action of defamation; subpoena to warn Mr. Thomas Baker, Mr. Thomas Hussey, Richard Dodd and Mrs. Margaret Pope to testify in the cause for William Robisson
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 24 Sep 1661, Page 152 - 153
      385. Mr. Thomas Hussey, Plt.; John Wheeler, Ensign, Def.:
      petitioner bought a parcel of land of John Wheeler 29 Dec last past and Wheeler bound himself to deliver patent by the last of May; mentions Mr. Haggate and Mr. Seales; plaintiff produced proof by the following agreement: John Wheeler sells unto Thomas Hussey a parcel of land on the south side of Mattawoman creek adjoining land formerly held by Tho. Cole...

      29 Dec 1660; /s/ John Wheeler (mark); wit. Gils Glover (mark), Thomas Allen (mark); plaintiff confessed that he misliked the land and therefore would be acquitted of his bargain; board sees no cause of action; non-suited for plaintiff
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 28 Jan 1662, Page 180
      22 Mar 1658; /s/ William Robisson wit. Thomas Baker (mark), John Nevill (mark); acknowledged in court by William Robisson and his wife to Thomas Hussey, assignee of Henry Moore; 24 Sep 1661; before George Thompson Henry Moore, planter, assigns his rights to Tho. Husssey; 1659; /s/ Henry Moore; wit Henry Addames, Leonard Green Acknowledged in open court to Thomas Hussey by Henry Moore on 28 Jan 1661 before George Thompson
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 4 Mar 1662, Page 189
      Richard Watson demands warrant against John Morris in action of case; subpoena for Mr. Thomas Hussey, Ane Ges and John Ashbrook to testify
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 4 Mar 1662, Page 193
      James Lee, Plt.; Mr. Francis Pope, Def.; Lee acting as admn. of the estate of Joseph Lenton for debt of powder, "2 pottels of drames, boat hire, 3 barrels of beer and 36 yards of ribbon," total 1677# of tobacco for burial of Ursula Lenton; jury requested Mr. Francis Pope instructs the jury:
      [1] To inquire whether an ordinary planter's wife's funeral is not ridiculous to shoot as usually the do at a young soldier's or other commanders in war
      [2] To inquire whether it is Christian like at the time of a funeral for 2 or 3 neighbors to meet together and instead of showing mournfulness for the loss of their friend and neighbor to consume 3 barrels of beer to the value of 900# of tobacco
      [3] Whether it be not reasonable that James Lee for this same merry meeting to charge 300# of tobacco for boat and hand to fetch the same drinks
      [4] To inquire whether it be not absurd that the said Lee should charge the admn. of the estate with 36 yards of black ribbon at 12# per yard for 432# of tobacco when the whole world may imagine that it was but a dolorous countenance to disguises his rejoicing heart
      [5] Whether that which a man does of himself the good or all success does not belong unto him, the said Lee having engaged all this charge of his own head without any order jury: Thomas Hussey, foreman, Mr. George Harris, John Browne, Mr. Thomas Allonson, Mr. George Bradshaw, George Pucket, Gils Glover, Francis Thorington, John Belaine, Rich. Row, Will. Hill, Clement Theobold; the jury verdict was against Lee who was required to pay the court cost
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 4 Mar 1662, Page 195
      Richard Watson desires that oaths be taken in his warrant against John Morrise; Mr. Thomas Hussey, age ca 27 years, swore that goodman Watson did engage to Richard Dodd for 2 heifers on behalf of Elinor Empson, now Elenor Morris; John Ashbrooke swore John Morris' wife acknowledged to owe Richard Watson a hogshead of tobacco; Ane Ges, age ca 26 years, swore Elinor Morris, formerly Elinor Empson, promised to hold Watson harmless
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 9 Jul 1662, Page 231-232-233

      Petition of William Robisson regarding the court order that he not hunt in Charles County with dogs or gun unless one of his neighbors is with him; mentions Mr. Thomas Hussey, Mr. Robert Sly and his man James Hays, and William Marshall

      Francis Pope swore that Richard Row told him that being in the woods with William Robisson they killed a hog and were dressing it when the dogs ran out and fell afoul of a hog and there was an Indian with diem; mentions Henry Moore and Mr. Court; John Piper, ca 34 years, swore he saw William Robisson and Mr. Boarman's overseer and a dog which he supposed had been after his hogs;

      Richard Dodd, age ca 26 years, swore that about 1-1/2 years ago Richard Roe went to the head of the creek and William Robisson's dog was after their hogs; Robisson ordered to have his bond in and have privilege to hunt; he is ordered to pay costs of suit
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 1 Oct 1662, Page 243
      John Douglas, Thomas Smoot, Mr. George Goodernick, Samuel Palmer, Mr. John Bowles, Benjamin Marshagay, John Cherman, Clement Theoballs, Mr. Arthur Turner, James Boulin, John Lambert; present the following:

      - Robert Robins and Elisabeth Weekes for having a bastard
      - James Lee for having 2 wives
      - John Grinly and Anne Standfort for Sabbath breakers
      - Some of Capt. Fendall's servants for common Sabbath breakers
      - William Robisson and Thomas Hussey for suspected hog stealers
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court Liber C, Page 61
      13 Aug 1666; Indenture from William Nevill, planter, and Thomas Hussey, Gent., and Johanna his wife, the relict of John Nevill, dec'd, to Thomas Wentworth, planter; for 2,600# of tobacco; a tract on the north side of the Piscataway River called WHEELER'S PALM; containing 150 acres; /s/ William Nevill, Thomas Hussey, Johanna Hussey (mark); wit. Gerrard Fouke, John Wright, John Lewgar
      ===
      Deed from Charles County, Maryland, Nov. 13, 1677: Thomas Hussey, of Maryland, Gent. and Johannah his wife deeded to Rachell Ashford, natural daughter of Johannah and wife of Michael Ashford, of Charles County, Carpenter, for love and affections 'Moore's Ditch' in Charles County on the west side of Zachia Swamp adjoining the land of George Goodrick and Robert Goodrick. For want of issue after the death of Rachell Ashford then ye said Thomas Hussey & Johanah his wife do by these presents grant ye said land to Mary Hussey and Elizabeth Hussey their natural daughters equally and for want of such
      issue then ye said Thomas Hussey and Johanna his wife unto ye heirs of Her ye said Johannah sister Margaret wife of Francis Pope, of Charles County deceased.
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 14 Nov 1662, Page 19, 20, 21, 22, 23
      Indenture; 17 Feb 1658; from William Robisson, carpenter of Portobacco, to Henry Moore, planter of Portobacco; a parcel of land lying on the north side of the Potomac, standing in a valley between two cliffs; mentions St. Bernard's Creek; dated 22 Mar 1658; /s/ William Robisson; wit. Thomas Baker (mark); John Nevill (mark)
      Henry Moore, planter, assigns rights in above land to Thomas Hussey; 3 Dec 1659; /s/ Henry Moore; wit. Henry Addames, Leo. Greene
      Thomas Hussey and Elisabeth Hussey assign rights in above land to William Robisson; 6 Sep 1662; /s/ Tho. Hussey, Elisabeth Hussey (mark); wit. GeorgeThompson, Edmond Richmond (mark)
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 13 October 1664, Page 365
      Daniell Johnson reassigns the conveyance of Mr. Hussey's land to William Robisson and acknowledges he has a bill for 6000# of tobacco William Robisson acknowledges judgment according to the tenor of the bill which is in consideration of the land
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court Liber C, Page 143
      12 Mar 1666; Indenture from Thomas Hussey, Gent., to Wm. Boyden, planter; for delivery of a mare; a parcel of land called WHIT LAND located on the north side of Piscataway River and the south side of Mattawoman River or St. Thomas Creek; containing 450 acres; /s/ Thomas Hussey; wit. William Price, Luke Green
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court Liber D, Page 107
      8 Nov 1669; Indenture from Henry Moore, planter, to Francis Heydon and John Alword, planters; for 3,500# tobacco; a parcel called Moore's Hope; bounded by George Goodrick's 600 acres and land of Thomas Hussey at head of one of the northernmost branches of Zachia Swamp; containing 100 acres; /s/ Henry Moore; wit. Henry Bonner, Wm. Baker, Garvis Crumpe
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court Liber D, supplement Page 28
      17 May 1667; Indenture from Henry More and Elizabeth his wife to Thomas Hussey; for 6,000# of tobacco; a parcel of land called Moore's Rest; bounded by George Gooderick and an Indian Field; containing 150 acres; /s/ Henry Moore, Eliz. Moore; wit. John Alword (mark), Francis Heydon
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court Liber D, supplement Page 53
      13 Jun 1670; Indenture from Thomas Hussey and Joane his wife to John Alward and Francis Heydon; a parcel of land bounded by George Goodricke; containing 150 acres; patent for said land to Thomas Hussey called Newport; /s/ Thomas Hussey; Joan Hussey (mark); wit. Michaell Ashforth (mark), William Brewer (mark)
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 37
      2 Mar 1670; Indenture from William Boyden., planter, to Henry Moore, planter; for a mare and other deeds; a tract called Whitland on the north side of the Piscataway River and south side of Mattawoman Creek; containing 450 acres; bounded by patent formerly granted to Thomas Hussey; /s/ William Boyden, Anne Boyden (mark) wit. Sa. Cressey, John Boyden
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 62
      4 Jun 1672; Indenture from George Taylor, planter, to Ralph Shaw, planter; for one gray mare and colt and 1,000# tobacco; a parcel of land on the east side of Portobacco Creek; called New Exchange; bounded by Thomas Hussey; containing 250 acres; /s) George Taylor, Elinor Taylor; wit. Daniell Russell, Giles Cole
      ===
      Charles County Court and Land Records, Liber E, Page 173
      10 Mar 1673; Indenture from Francis Boyden, planter, to John Alward; division of undivided land held as of fee in common called Moore's Hope; bounded by George Goodrick, Thomas Hussey and on one of the northernmost branches of Zachia Swamp; containing 100 acres by indenture dated 8 Nov 1669 by bargain and sale from Henry Moore; another parcel called Partnership on the east of and about 4 miles from Portobacco fresh from bargain and sale of Henry Moore containing 300 acres; Alward to have Moore's Hope and 100 acres Partnership; /s/ John Alward and Francis Boyden; wit. John Stone, Cleborne Lomax
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court Liber G, Page 72
      13 Nov 1677; Deed of Gift from Thomas Hussey and Johannah his wife, to Rachell Ashford, wife of Michael Ashford and natural daughter of Johannah; a parcel of land called Moore's Ditch lying on the west side of Zachia Swamp; containing 500 acres; /s/ Thomas Hussey, Johannah Hussey (mark); wit. Cleborne Lomax, Thomas Jenkins
      ===
      Charles County Court and Land Records, Liber I, Page 83
      8 Mar 1680; Indenture from Thomas Wharton, planter to Thomas Hussey; for 2,000# tobacco a 150 acre parcel called Woodberries Hope on the north side of the Potomac River; located between land laid out for Jno. Delahay and 300 acres laid out for James Lee formerly known by name of the Halfe Way Tree; /s/ Thomas Wharton (mark); wit. Owen Newen, Jno. Richard
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court Liber H, Page 302
      8 Jun 1680; Indenture from Edward Rookerd, planter, and Mary his wife, to Thomas Hussy, innholder; for 14,000# tobacco; lying on the east side of Piscataway River and northward of Goose Bay; containing 150 acres; also a parcel called Fletchers Addition; containing 50 acres; /s/ Edward Rooked (mark); wit. William Langworth, John Richards
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber I Page 297
      7 Dec 1681; Indenture from Thomas Hussey, Gent., to Edward Rookwood for 20,000 # tobacco a parcel of land on the east side of Picataway River and north of Goose Bay of 150 acres; also Fletcher's Addition at Chingamungen containing 50 acres; /s/ Tho. Hussey; wit. John Clarke, John Richards

      As Far as Luckett name. Thomas Hussey married Jane Cockshoot (Mathews) Bread. from 2nd wife Joanna Porter (Nevill) he had a daughter Elizabeth Hussey who married 1st to John Gardiner, 2nd to Samuel Luckett and third to ? Hanson. I will post that data on another message to list.

      Thomas Hussey Luckett a son of Sameul Luckett and Elizabeth Hussey.

      The first courthouse of Charles County, was built in 1697 and was not in the town of Port Tobacco according to the original deed. It was located on a parcel of land owned by Thomas Hussey, called Moores Lodge, which was four miles from the head of Port Tobacco River. It was probably on one of the branches of Zekiah Swamp, called Clarkes run which is about three miles south of La Plata. In 1727, an Act of Assembly authorized a new courthouse to be built at Port Tobacco, because the location of the current court house was too remote and too far from water access, which was a primary means of transportation. The erection of the Courthouse and prison would be on the East side of Port Tobacco Creek, in Charlestown, which was called Port Tobacco. Court proceedings and many papers were lost in a 1746 fire at the clerk’s house, where they were stored. The records have been partly reconstituted.
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber K, Page 241
      11 Sept 1683; Indenture from Thomas Shuttleworth, planter, to Thomas Hussey, Gent.; for 7,000# tobacco a parcel called Dourasler (1) containing 200 acres; /s/ Thomas Shuttleworth; wit. Wm. Hulse, Jno. Richards {DUNCASTLE}
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber L, Page 132;
      1 Mar 1684; Indenture from Humphery Aspinall of London, England, to Eliz. Swinborne; for 3,000# tobacco; a parcel of land called Allansons Folly; granted Tho. Allanson "doth appear 300 acres of the divident being in possession of Tho. Alcock; also land called Wicksall on the south side of Chingamoxon Creek of 100 acres; /s/ Humphery Aspinall; wit. Tho. Hussey Jno. Hoskins
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber L, Page 175
      10 Jul 1684; Indenture from Thomas Hussey, Gent., to Richard Harrison; for 1400# tobacco a parcel of land called Woodberry's Hope; lying between 300 acres laid out for Jno. Dellahay and land of James Lee called Half Way Tree; containing 150 acres; /s/ The. Hussey; wit. Jno. H_, Joshuah Graves
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber P, Page 93
      19 Nov 1688; Indenture from Thomas Hussey, Gent., to William Smith; for 6,000# of tobacco; a parcel of land on the north side of the Potomac called Prises Adventure; bounded by David Thomas; containing 200 acres; /s/ Tho. Hussey; wit. Ralph Shaw, James Miller
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber M, Page 192
      14 Sep 1686; Indenture from Richard Wade, planter, to Thomas Hussey, Gent.; for 14,000# tobacco; a parcel of land formerly laid out for Zachary Wade called Wade's Land on the north side of Piscataway River about 1/2 mile east of Goose Bayis containing 300 acres; also another tract laid out for Zachary
      Wade called Wadestones containing 100 acres; /s/ Rich Wade;
      wit. Samuell Luckett, Cleborne Lomax
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber R, Page 197
      10 Jun 1691; Indenture from Michael) Ashford, carpenter, and Rachel! his wife, to Thomas Hussey, Gent.; for 35,000# tobacco; a parcel of land called Moore's Ditch; located on the west side of Zachia Swamp, adjoining land of George and Robert Gooderick, planters; laid out for 500 acres; /s/ Michael) Ashford (mark), Rashell Ashford (mark); wit. Robert Thompson, Cleborne Lomax, Wm. Stone
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      Charles County Maryland Circuit Court Records, Liber H#2, Page 449
      14 Jul 1721; Recorded at request of John Hanson, Gent.:
      14 Jul 1721; Indenture from William Wills, Gent., to John Hanson, Gent.; for 25,000# tobacco; a tract called Newport; bounded by land of George Goodrick; containing 150 acres; also land called Discovery bounded by 600 acres formerly' surveyed for George Goodrick; bounded by line of Zachia Manor; containing 150 acres; said tract were originally taken up by Thomas Hussey, father of Elizabeth, wife of John" Hanson; also Ingerstone on the east side of Zachia Swamp bounding Discovery belonging to Thomas Hussey and land of Thomas Smoot; laid out for 230 acres originally taken up by George Thompson which became the right of Thomas Hussey; also Moores Lodge on the north side of the Potomac on the north branch of Zachia Swamp adjoining land laid out for Daniel Johnson and Richard Morris; containing 150 acres; also Moores Gore of 50 acres; bounded by Moores Lodge; also 2 parcels of land sold by Nathan Barton to John Allen, Gent. adj. Moores Lodge; 100 acres granted sd. Barton sold 11 Sep 1675 by John Allen to Tho. Notley of St. Mary's County, merchant; 24 Apr 1676 Notley conveyed to Thomas Hussey containing 880 acres; after decease of Thomas Hussey the above several deeds became the right of his dau. Elizabeth wife of John Hanson 13 Jul 1721; /s/ William Wills, wit. W. Hoskins, Wm. Theobald, Thomas Stone; 14 Jul 1721 ack. by William Wills

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