HUSTED ANNEX

 

Harriet (Husted)(Watson) Husted Pedigree

(Start at generation 3, below.)

 

Special thanks to Bradley Brad Jay Watson, generation 3, paragraph D.5.a.(5.(a.(2) of the Watson Annex.  See Brad’s research at http://www.ancestry.com/, which was used in compiling the information in this annex.

 

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Origin of the surname “Husted:”

 

 

Generation

 

5  

 

Among the original founders of Greenwich, Connecticut.

 

4   Jeremiah Husted

 

1. Biographical notes:

 

Born .  Died .  Employed as a farmer near the farm of John Watson, generation 4 of the Watson Annex.

 

2. Wife: Elizabeth Weeks

 

Born .  Died .

 

3. Children: (order uncertain)

 

a. Jeremiah Husted: Married Melissa Wood, granddaughter of Anna Irish (who was the sister of Samuel Irish, the presumed father of Margaret (Irish) Watson, the wife of John Watson (gen 4 of the Watson Annex).

 

b. Harriet Husted: See generation 3, below.

 

c. Henry Husted: Resided at Clifton Hollow, New York.

 

d. Olive Husted: Married Freelove Chadrey and resided at Clifton Hollow, New York.

 

3   Harriet Husted:

 

Born July 1825 at Malta, Saratoga County, New York.  Died 24 November 1909, age 84, at the home of her daughter, Emma Elisa (Watson) Reynolds near Battenville, Washington County, New York.  Married (1st) Reverend Elish Watson, generation 3 of the Watson Annex in 1844 at Greenfield Center, Saratoga County, New York.

 

Harriet (Husted) Watson married (2nd) her 2nd cousin, Orin/Orrin Husted/Huested and resided at Clifton Hollow, Dutchess County, New York.

 

 

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