HUSTED

Husted Family Books, Film & Fiche Available from LDS FHC

JTR's Colorful Families: Husted

LDS Film #0585492

Hustis - Huestis - Eustis - Eustace - Husted - Hustead Family Records. By Mrs. Ralph R. Walker. Microreproduction of ms. and typescript. The descendants of Aristides Huestis, ca. 1747-1832, of New York; The Descendants of Robert Husted, 1594-1652, of Dorset County, England.


LDS US/CAN Film #1306068 item 3

Notes on the Husted Family. Information from the files of the late Lee C. Tarble with additions by Betty L. Turner. Microfilm of records in the custody of the Clark County Genealogical Society at Marshall, Illinois. Record contains pedigree charts and family group sheets beginnings with Jessie Marie Husted, who was born March 5, 1891 in Martinsville, Clark County, Illinois.


LDS US/CAN Film #0940268 item 1

Descendants of David Huested and of His Wife, Millicent Barton. Compiled by Ralph E. Boyce and George E. McCracken, 1952. Microfilm of typescript (carbon copy, 31, 4 leaves) at the Adriance Memorial Library, Poughkeepsie, New York. David Huested was born in 1719 at Greenwich, Connecticut, the son of David and Johannah Brundage Huested. He married Millicent Barton, daughter of Joseph Barton, ca. 1740, probably at Greenwich. They had ten children. He died in Washington, Dutchess County, New York, in 1787. Descendants lived in New York and elsewhere. Includes the Boyce and other related families. Includes, at end, transcripts of the following: Mickel family Bible records, 1774-1875, from the family Bible of Phillip Mickel (1774-1828) and his wife, Millicent Huested, of Schoharie County, New York -- Husted family Bible records, 1762-1913, from the family Bible of Ebenezer E. Husted (1767-1810) and his wife, Hannah Lewis, includes the family of Israel F. Vincent and Hanna Husted, who were married in 1841.


LDS US/CAN Book 929.273 A1 no. 3599
LDS Film #1033909 item 10

My Lyon Ancestry. By Edith M. Gifford. 1957. 44 leaves. Typescript (carbon copy) compiled (and donated) by Edith M. Gifford, Medford, Oregon. Thomas Lyon (ca.1621-1690) immigrated from England to Massachusetts about 1640, moved to Stamford, Connecticut by 1647, married twice, and moved to Greenwich, Connecticut. Descendants lived in New England, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Illinois, California, Oregon and elsewhere. Some descendants immigrated to British Columbia and elsewhere in Canada. Includes Gifford, Husted, Mead, Merritt, Williams, Wilson and related families.


LDS US/CAN Book 929.273 A1 no. 6693

Husted Family Bible Records. Manuscript transcription of original Bible records from the Husted family Bible, printed in Berwick, England in 1793. Records begin with Peter Husted (b. 1762), Ebenezer Husted (1767-1810), and Hannah Lewis (b. 1771). Ebenezer and Hannah Lewis were married and the record continues with their children. Included in the Bible was an envelope with the address for a son of Ebenezer and Hannah Husted in Pleasant Valley, Dutchess Co., New York. Includes Husted and Lewis.


LDS US/CAN Book 929.273 B623b
LDS Film #0844940 item 11
LDS Film #1429855 item 29

Bloss Genealogy. By James O. Bloss. Boston: David Clapp & Son, 1887. 19 p. Printed for private circulation. Edmund Bloss (1587-1681) immigrated from England to Watertown, Massachusetts during or before 1639. Descendants and relatives lived in New England, New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Michigan and elsewhere. Includes index (listing Blois, Blosse and other variant spellings). Includes Allen, Barker, Clough, Gilbert, Husted, Kelly and related families.


LDS US/CAN Film #0907996

Genealogical Records. Kansas Gen. Rec. Committee, DAR. Microfilm of original typescript (334 leaves) written in 1972. Author and title taken from cover. Information was submitted by members of various Kansas chapters of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Table of contents is not complete or accurate. Parts of book are faded and hard to read. Contents includes: Irene M. Williams -- The story of Mary M. Gilbert Copson, great-granddaughter of Jonathan Gilbert, Sr. who served in the Revolutionary War -- The Husted (Hustead - Husted) Family in America


LDS US/CAN Book 929.273 H968d
LDS Film #0928235 item 7

The family of John and Nancy Conner Husted of Cumberland County, New Jersey. By Elva Douglass. Evanston, Ill.: Robert H. Reeder, 1975. [6] 212 p.: ill., ports


LDS US/CAN Film #0849914 item 8

Idaho Genealogical Records. Collected from various D.A.R. chapters in Idaho. Microfilm of original records in the D.A.R. Library in Washington, D.C. Silver City in Owyhee County is now a ghost town. Includes index and table of contents. Contents: Booher family bible -- Brown family records -- Kinley family records -- Tillotson family records -- Acton/Kunkel family records -- Boyer family bible record -- Babbitt family bible -- The McHenry family -- Ramsey family -- Mackley family -- Landon family -- Talbot and Moore family -- Turley family -- Copied from the bible of Lizzie B. Elliott of July 1892 -- Robert Dickey family record -- Family bible of the Rev. Barnes Irwin -- Record of the Fellows family -- [Andrews] family bible -- Emily Finch bible -- Preston family bible record -- Rowland, Bowen, Pease, Davis, Fish, and Husted [bible and other records] -- Bible records and newspaper clippings -- Family bible of William J. Hayes -- French family records -- Pratt [bible records] -- Obituaries taken from Lewiston (Idaho) Morning Times -- Jordan Cemetery, Orbisonia, Huntington [i.e. Huntingdon] County, Penn. -- Bonanza Cemetery (Clayton, Idaho) -- Cemetery above Custer -- Boot Hill Cemetery at Bonanza (Clayton, Idaho) -- Silver City Cemetery, Owyhee County, Idaho -- Idaho City, Idaho, Cemetery -- Court records-Elmore County, Idaho [1874-1899] -- Taken from the Idaho Daily Statesman, Boise Idaho: Idaho Pioneers, 1852-1864 and Idaho Pioneers, 1904.


US/CAN Book 929.273 Su84j
LDS Film #1597947 item 9

Meet Our Ancestors and Their Families. Mrs. Oscar L. (Helen Sutherland) Jackson. St. Helena, Calif.: H.S. Jackson, 198-?. ca. 200 leaves.: ill., coat of arms, maps, ports. Alexander Sutherland (b. ca. 1750), son of John Sutherland, came to America ca. 1772, landing in Maryland. He moved to Washington County, Pennsylvania ca. 1785 and later in 1802 to Trumbull County, Ohio. Descendants lived in Ohio, Iowa, Pennsylvania, Illinois, California, Kansas, and elsewhere. Includes Marshall, Husted, Doane, Twining, Wright, Webster, McClanahan, Earle, Menteith, and related families.


LDS US/CAN Book 929.273 P972pd

The Ancestors and Descendants of Silas and William Purdy. By Donald L. Purdy. 386 p. Francis Purdy (b. ca. 1616-1658), immigrated from England to America. He married Mary Brundage in 1642 in Fairfield, Connecticut. He was the first to carry the name "Purdy" to America. This family history is centered around two of Francis Purdy's great-great grandsons, Silas and William Purdy, including their ancestors and descendants. Silas Purdy was born in Greenwich, Connecticut about 1743. He married his cousin, Hanna Purdy in 1764. After their marriage, they moved to Marlboro, New York. Silas ran a grist mill and sawmill and operated a tavern and store on his farm. He relocated again in 1783 in what is now Wayne County, Pennsylvania and died in 1814. William Purdy, a brother to Silas, was born in Greenwich, Connecticut in 1749. He married Rachel Purdy in 1769. He was licensed to preach and helped establish a Baptist church. He died in Wayne County, Pennsylvannia in 1824. Descendants and relatives lived in Connecticut, New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and elsewhere. Includes Becker, Bucklew, Husted, Ling, Mellor, Purdy, and related families. Includes index. Bibliography: p. 333


LDS US/CAN Book 929.273 L994Á
LDS Film #1036131 item 1-3
LDS Film #1321251 item 3

Lyon Memorial. Editors: A.B. Lyons, G.W.A. Lyon. Detroit, Mich.: Press of Wm. Graham Printing Co., c1905-1907. 3 v.: ill., coats of arms, facsims., maps, ports. Vol. 2 was edited by Sidney Elizabeth Lyon and vol. 3 by Robert B. Miller. Volumes 1 and 3 are photocopies of original, 1985. Contents: Vol. 1. Massachusetts families: including descendants of the immigrants, William Lyon of Roxbury, Peter Lyon of Dorchester, George Lyon of Dorchester: with introduction treating of the English ancestry of the American families -- v. 2. Families of Connecticut and New Jersey: including records of the descendants of the immigrants, Richard Lyon of Fairfield, Henry Lyon of Fairfield -- v. 3. New York families descended from the immigrant Thomas Lyon of Rye. Includes indexes. Includes Burbank, Chandler, Draper, May, Morse, Paine, Tucker, Conger, Cox, Crane, Husted, Mead, Merritt, Ganoung, Newman, Day, Denman, and related families.


LDS US/CAN Book 929.273 M461ms
LDS Film #0924114 item 1
LDS Film #1036756 item 2

History and Genealogy of the Mead Family of Fairfield County, Connecticut, Eastern New York, Western Vermont and western Pennsylvania from A.D. 1180 to 1900. By Spencer P. Mead. New York: Knickerbocker Press, 1901. vii, 471 p., 15 leaves of plates: ill., col. coat of arms, ports. William Mead and his brother, Goodman, immigrated in 1635 from England to Boston, Massachusetts; Goodman remained in Massachusetts, and William settled in Windsor, then Wethersfield, then Stamford, Connecticut. Descendants and relatives lived in New England, New York, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Iowa, Wisconsin, California and elsewhere. Includes indexes. Includes Brush, Ferris, Husted, Knapp, Lockwood, Lyon and related families. (SEE BELOW)


LDS US/CAN Book 929.273 M461ms index 1.

Index to Persons Named in the Inadequately Indexed History and Genealogy of the Mead Family of Fairfield County, Connecticut, Eastern New York, Western Vermont, and Western Pennsylvania from A.D. 1180 to 1900 (SEE ABOVE). Compiled by Mrs. Clifford P. Wicks, Jr.; typewritten by Alice Telesco, proofread by Mrs. George O. Strecker and Viola B. Ferris. 67 p. Mead Family Index to persons. 1975 index to: History and genealogy of the Mead family of Fairfield County, Connecticut, eastern New York; western Vermont, and western Pennsylvania from A.D. 1180 to 1900. By Spencer P. Mead. New York: Knickerbocker Press, 1901. Index of names only, arranged alphabetically by surname and given name. Includes Brush, Ferris, Husted, Knapp, Lockwood, Lyon and related families.


LDS US/CAN Film #0858668 item 2

John Austin of Greenwich, Connecticut. By Edith Austin Moore. Microreproduction of original typescript (353 p.) written in 1963. John Austin (d.1657) was one of eleven Greenwich men who in 1656 acknowledged allegiance to the New Haven Jurisdiction, to constitute part of the Stamford Colony in Connecticut. His wife was Catherine. They had sons Samuel (d.1657), John Austin (d.1673) and Thomas; and a daughter Elizabeth Austin Finch. Family members lived in Connecticut, New York and elsewhere. Includes Astin/Asten, Finch, Husted, Ferris and other related families. Includes index.


LDS US/CAN Book 929.273 P182ph (library has v. 1 and v. 3 only)
LDS Film #1321031 item 4 (volume 3)

Palmer Families in America. Compiled by Horace Wilbur Palmer; edited by Nellie Morse Palmer (Mrs. Horace Wilbur Palmer). Neshanic, N.J.: Neshanic Printing ., 1966-1973. 3 v.: ports. Vol. 3 published by New Hampshire Publishing, Somersworth, New Hampshire. William Palmer (d.1661) immigrated during or before 1638 from England to Yarmouth, Massachusetts. Descendants lived in New England, New York, Ohio, Michigan, Illinois, Iowa, Utah, California and elsewhere. Contents: v. 1. Lt. William Palmer of Yarmouth, Mass., and his descendants of Greenwich, Conn. Compiled and arranged by Horace Wilbur Palmer; edited by Nellie Morse Palmer (Mrs. Horace Wilbur Palmer -- v. 3. William Palmer of Plymouth and Duxbury, Mass. Compiled and arranged by Horace Wilbur Palmer; edited by Richard N. Palmer and Eunice (Wood) Palmer. Includes indexes. Includes Ferris, Grinnell, Husted, Lyon, Manchester, Reynolds, Richmond, Sherman, Wilbor and related families.


LDS US/CAN Film 1682968 item 10

Hope Genealogy 1831-1981. By Dorothy J. Piper. Microfilm of original records. Collection gives the ancestors of Dorothy Jane Hope who born in 1925 in New York to John William Hope and his wife Elizabeth Dorothy Lowry, Ancestors lived in New York, Pennsylvania, Missouri, Texas, Virginia, England, Australia, Scotland, and elsewhere. Allied families were Lowry, Hibbard, Wilson, Husted, Logan, and others. Contains pedigree, family group records, birth and marriage certificates, death certificates, newspaper clippings, biographical sketches, Bible records, etc.


LDS US/CAN Book 929.273 P687p
LDS Film #1033951 item 8

The Genealogy of Henry Pittman: with alphabetical index. Grace E. Nestler Pittman. Woodland, Wash.: G.E.N. Pittman, 1978. ca. 250 leaves: coat of arms, geneal. tables. William Pittman (1810-1904) moved from Virginia to Missouri, married Mary Ann Johnson, and lived in Illinois and Iowa before settling in Fontana, Kansas. Henry Pittman (1844-1920), a son, married Huldah Goodwin and settled in May, Oklahoma. Descendants lived in Oklahoma, Colorado, Oregon, Washington, California and elsewhere. Includes index. Includes Atchley, Bjorem, Chambers, Husted, Lynn, Taylor and related families.


LDS Scandinavian Book Area 929.2489 P341cp

Slµgtsbog for efterkommere efter Christen Pedersen (Gade), gêardejer I Gade, Nees sogn, f²dt 1790. Fredericia: Anearkivet, c1984. 206 s., [51] bl., [26] pl. bl.: faks., portr., 1 fold. anetavle. Forfµdre og efterkommere efter Christen Pedersen (Gade) eller Sandbµk, som han ogsêa kaldes, der var f²dt 1790 i Sandbµk, Nees sogn, og d²de 1873 i Gade, Nees sogn, Ringk²bing amt. Han blev gift 1819 I Nees med Mette Kirstine Larsdatter (1791-1860), datter af Lars Knudsen og Else Marie Pedersdatter. Hun var f²dt i Sdr. Ballesig, Nees sogn. Med navneregister. Inkluderer Eskildsen, Husted, Kirkegaard, Kristensen, Pedersen, Skovhede og Olesen m.m. Ancestors and descendants of Christen Pedersen (Gade) or Sandbµk (1790-1873), son of Peder Jensen Sandbµk and Maren Christensdatter, who was born in Sandbµk, Nees parish, Ringk²bing, and died in Gade, Nees parish. He was married to Mette Kirstine Larsdatter (1791-1860), daughter of Lars Knudsen and Else Marie Pedersdatter, 1819 in Nees. She was born in Sdr. Ballesig, Nees parish. Their six children were born in Nees and they used patronymic surnames.


LDS US/CAN Book 929.273 Sm61sÁ
LDS Film #1307587 item 28

Smith - Houston Families: Ancestry of John Frank Smith and wife, Margaret H. Smith. Compiled by Lola L. Sorensen. 1982. 92 leaves: geneal. tables, maps. Ancestry of John Frank Smith (b.1902) and ancestry of his wife, Margaret (Houston) Smith. Ancestors lived in Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Virginia, New York, New England and elsewhere. Includes index. Includes Beebe, Donnegan (Dunnagan, Donnekin, etc.), Hastings, Husted, Kerby and related families.


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