- Lived in the Sugarlands area and the Mill Creek area. Appeared in the 1830 Federal Census of Sevier County, Tennessee.
In 1834, Albert Huskey and his family migrated to Madison County, Missouri to join the families of Joshua Reagan and Timothy Reagan Jr.
In the Madison County, Missouri Deed Book 6, page 292/93, there is recorded a deed for land sold by Albert Huskey and his wife, Jane Huskey..."This indenture made and executed this 12th day of March 1836 between Albert Huskey and Jane Huskey, his wife, Madison County, Missouri and Benjamin Heltebrand...S.E. 1/4 of N.W. 1/4 Section 21, Township 33 N, Range 8 East...40 acres. Albert Huskey entered at the land office at Jackson, Missouri on the 10th of November 1834 as appears by the duplicate no. 1951." It was signed by Albert Huskey and his wife, Jane Huskey.
For some reason, Albert Huskey and his family came back to Sevier County, Tennessee prior to 1839. In 1839, Albert joined the White Oak Flats Baptist Church "by experience". They also appeared in the 1840 Federal Census of Sevier County, Tennessee. In 1845, they were again in Sevier County, Tennessee probably because of illness and death in his and his wife's families. Julia Ann Shutz Reagan, mother of Jane, died in April of 1845. Isaac Huskey Sr. died sometime in 1846.
On Oct 1846, Albert Huskey and his wife received their letter of dismissal from the White Oak Flats Baptist Church.
Just about 1847/48, Albert Huskey and his family migrated to Gilmer County, Georgia near Copperhill Tennessee. James Ownby and his family, and Jacob Evans and his wife joined them. They appeared in the 1850 Federal Census of Gilmer County, Georgia.
It is believed that Albert Huskey and his family migrated again to Missouri after the 1850 Federal Census was taken. It is believed that Albert and his wife, Jane Reagan, are buried in the state of Missouri or Arkansas.
"Smoky Mountain Clans", Donald B. Reagan, 1978, p 6a, 52, 75, 98-99.
"Smoky Mountain Clans, Volume 2", Donald B. Reagan, 1983, p 51.
"The Book of Ragan/Reagan", Donald B. Reagan, 1993, p 37.