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Re: Where did "Huson" come from???
Posted by: Mary Ann Oliver (ID *****9991) Date: January 09, 2006 at 21:43:00
In Reply to: Re: Where did "Huson" come from??? by Hilary Everitt of 343

My information comes from a letter written by my great grandfather Hobart Huson, I. He said it was an Americanized version of D'huson from the Counts of Foix in what is now France--once Spain and in Spain was spelled without the silent H as Uso or Usson. I know I have that A negative blood so prevalent in that part of the world. So did my Huson mother. I never knew the Hughson story until I started reading on here. I think that is probably correct but I still have the letter with the above story. He even used the crest from the French Husons with a rams head etc. Mary Ann Oliver

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