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  1. Rosa Lee Hussey: Birth: 15 MAY 1890 in Moore Co. NC USA. Death: 18 APR 1892 in Moore Co. NC USA

  2. Martha L. Hussey: Birth: 19 JUN 1892 in Moore Co. NC USA. Death: 1 NOV 1980 in Moore Co. NC USA

  3. Dewey Ellis Hussey: Birth: 16 JAN 1910 in Moore Co. NC USA. Death: 13 APR 1989 in Moore Co. NC USA

  4. Franklin E. Hussey: Birth: 25 JAN 1915. Death: 21 JUL 1955

  5. Charles Hobart Hussey: Birth: 1987 in Moore Co. NC USA. Death: 1985 in Moore Co. NC USA

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1. Title:   County Heritage, Inc. PO Box 34 Waynesville, NC 28786 Copyright 2005 The Moore County Heritage Book Committee County Heritage, Inc.
Page:   Addison "Toad" Hussey
2. Title:   New Hanover Public Library Wilmington, North Carolina Electronic Resources
Page:   1870 Moore County Sheffields Township
3. Title:   New Hanover Public Library Wilmington, North Carolina Electronic Resources
Page:   1880 Moore County Sheffields Township
4. Title:   2003 Northwest Section: Bensalem-Ritter-Sheffield Townships Compiled by: Doris Myers Brewer and Jocelyn Brabham Barrett Cemetery Records of Moore County North Carolina Northwest Section (4279 NC 109 Troy North Carolina 27371: A.P.T., 2003)
Page:   Page 200
Text:   Row 14 Grave 30-a

a. Note:   -5-1937 was the son of Bartis Hussey and Mary Ritter and the Grandson of Captain John Ritter who became well-known because of his courageous activity during the Civil War. 1850 Moore County census listed one Hussey family Goodin Hussey and his wife Mary with nine children. Addison married Julia Ann Garner in 1889 and had nine children. Addison was a true and trusted citizen in the community where he lived. He was a very successful farmer who with his sons traveled the community thrashing wheat with his faithful mules named Pete and Lou. As things progressed he added a tractor and other equipment to help with the jobs. Sometimes they would be gone for weeks at a time staying in barns or with the wagons until the jobs were finished. After his health declined his tow youngest sons Ellis and Franklin continued with his work. He had a blacksmith shop where he made or mended tools and also was able to help his neighbors with their repairs. Addison acquired about 500 acres of land which he divided among his children some with houses for them to use after they stared families. It was said of him that he was truly a man who lived and moved in the superlative degree of Christian citizenship. If anyone was in need he was always willing to help. A handshake was his bond in all types of transactions. He was a faithful member of the Smyrna Methodist Church.
Note:   Addison Hussey of Northern Moore County NC was born 2-26-1868 and died 3
b. Note:   1870 census list Adison Hussey 2 MW NC. 1880 census list Adison Hussey 12 WM Son S Works-on-Farm NC Father-Mother NC. is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.