Christopher Hussey from Dorking, Surrey, England came to Lynn, Massachusetts in 1633. He was baptized in Dorking, Surrey on February 18, 1598/9, son of John and Mary (Wood) Huseey. He moved to Newbury sometime before 1638 and to Hampton, New Hampshire in 1639. He became a freeman on May 14, 1634. He died in March 1685/6 in Hampton, New Hampshire.
He served a deputy for Hampton to the Massachusetts General Court in 1658, 1659, and 1660.
He was granted the right to perform marriages in Hampton on October 18, 1659. He also was granted the right to settle small causes for Hampton several times over the course of his time there. He was a lieutenant and then captain of the train band at Hampton.
Christopher Hussey was married twice. First to Theodate Bachiler by 1635 and second to Ann (Capon) Mingay on December 9, 1658 in Hampton. Theodate was born about 1610 and was the daughter of Stephen Bachiler. Theodate died in the eighth month of 1649 in Hampton. Ann was the widow of Jeffrey Mingay and Ann outlived Christopher, dying on June 24, 1680 in Hampton.
Christopher’s children with Theodate
1. John was baptized on February 29, 1635/6 in Lynn; married Rebecca Perkins.
2. Mary was baptized on April 2, 1638 in Newbury; married Thomas Page.
3. Theodata was baptized on August 23, 1640 in Hampton and died on October 20, 1649.
4. Stephen was born about 1643; married Martha Bunker
5. Hulda was born about 1646; married John Smith
The Hussey family came to New England with Reverend Stephen Bachiler. It is unclear whether Christopher and Theodate married in England or in New England.
Ray Everett Cotton
Fern Lyndell Cotton
The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633, Volumes I-III. (Online database: AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2010), (Originally Published as: New England Historic Genealogical Society. Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633, Volumes I-III, 3 vols., 1995).