Name: John Hussey 1
Death: BEF 1527
Burial: Bicester, Oxon 2
Residence: Bicester, Oxon
MEM: Bicester, Oxon: inscription
Change Date: 28 NOV 2011
In 1422 John Hussee held the manor of Shapwick.
Whitemill, Shapwick passed from the Champaignes of Shapwick to the Hussees by marriage.
In 1505 John Hussee died holding Whitemill, Shapwick.
The Hussee family purchased the manor of Shapwick from Elizabeth I.
... whose maiden surname would appear probably to have been Spence. ... after May 3, 1515, the above-mentioned John Hussey, who himself died in or before 1527 during the lifetime of his own father.
She was the daughter and heiress of John Hussey, who was apparently of and was certainly buried at Bicester, Co. Oxon, aforesaid, and who was second sonof Thomas Hussey of Shapwick, Co..
(The Law Journal. 1965. Page 162.)
The arms of Champaign are quartered with those of Husey of Shapwick and Stourpayne, according Burkes Armory.
Bishop's Court in Shapwick, was originally called Champagne Close, named after Peter de Champagne who received the land from William the Conqueror. The property passed to De la lind Hussey [Presumably the one born abt 1650]
(Robert J Reynolds)
Thomas Hussey, sheriff at Dorchester, Dorsetshire in 1591 and 1596, (thought to be son of Thomas of Shapwick.), stated that he was a descendant of the founder of Dureford Abbey, Sussex, according to "History of Dorsetshire."
...daughter and heiress of John Hussey (ob. in. r before 1527) by the said Agnes Maynard, widow of the said Thomas Maynard, his wife,. mrd John Hussey being the second son of Thomas Hussey of Shapwick, co. Dorset (ob. circa 1527) and of Elizabeth nee Baskerville ...
(ON THE TRACK OF THE BASKERVILLES.
Notes and Queries.1942; 183: 285 )
...ried secondly John Hussey (for whom see. above, s.n. " Hussey "), by whom she became mother of Agnes nee Hussey (for whom see above, s.n. "Baskerville ...
(FOR THEM THAT ARE YET FOR TO COME. HORTON-SMITH Notes and Queries.1949; 194: 287-290.)
On a stone. XI. Barry of six Erm. and Gu on the second bar a crescent Or (Hussey.) Over it written "John Hussey, descended of the ...
(History of the present deanery of Bicester, Oxon?, by James Charles Blomfield. 1882. Page 82.)
Notes & Queries for Somerset and Dorset?. Vol. 13 - 1913. p213.
?Hutchins' chart pedigree says John of Bicester = ___ and had John ob. sp., Thomas and Elizabeth = ___ , but no Agnes; besides he is stated to be first son of Thomas Husee and Elizabeth Keymer. The only Agnes is the youngest daughter ...?
Lee, in his notes on the Oxford Churches taken in 1574, says, that on a stone were the Hussey coat, and over it written John Hussey ' descended of the Kynderedand house of Dorsetcher,' whilst in glass was the coat of [Moore], , impaling \_Hussey~] , so there is no doubt of the marriage, ...?
Father: Thomas Hussey
Mother: Elizabeth Baskerville
- Agnes Hussey b: in Shapwick, Dorset
- Title: Ancestral File (TM)
Author: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Publication: June 1998 (c), data as of 5 JAN 1998 , Repository: , Family History Library, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84150 USA
- Text: The Law Journal?.