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Re: Where did "Huson" come from???
Posted by: Debbie Hughson Date: February 03, 2002 at 13:48:33
In Reply to: Where did "Huson" come from??? by Mark Huson of 343

The way I understand it, the name Hughson is Scotish and literally means "the son of Hugh." Huson is a variation of Hughson taken by the family at the time of the American Revolution to distinguish themselves from families of Hughsons who remained "loyal" to Great Britian (Loyalists).

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