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Joseph 
Hussey
* c. 1661


Joseph 
Hussey
, citizen of St. Bride's London. 1700's During this Century Brownhills started to develop. The Hussey family came to the area at this time when Joseph Hussey from London married Sybil Fowke who was the Heiress to the Manor of Little Wyrley. Coal mining on Brownhills Common started about this time, with what would have been shallow workings and Bell pits. The will of Phineas Hussey tells us that there was a pumping engine at his Brownhills Collieries in the 1770's. This was situated in Engine Lane, and was probably of the Newcomen type.

Born: c. 1661Baptised:
Died: Buried:
Family:
Hussey

Ancestors
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1.
Joseph 
Hussey
(
Fowke
) * c. 1661
2.
Joseph 
Hussey
+ post 1660
 

Siblings



Spouses



1. c. 1687
Sibil/Zebell  
Fowke
(
Hussey
) * 1646

Descendants
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a.
Sibil/Zebell  
Fowke
(
Hussey
) * 1646
1.
Fowke 
Hussey
(
Jesson
) + post 1721
1a.
Elizabeth 
Jesson
(
Hussey
) + post 1721
1.1.
Phineas 
Hussey
1.2.
Sibil 
Hussey
1.3.
Richard 
Hussey
(
Becket
) 1722 - 1774 ...
1.4.
Fowke 
Hussey
+ c. 1742
1.5.
Joseph 
Hussey
+ post 1794
Sources

Timeline


???Died
c. 1661Born
c. 1687Married
Sibil/Zebell  
Fowke
(
Hussey
) * 1646
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