- John Huskey went with his parents to Wilkes County, Georgia, and later to
Ninety Six District, Edgfield County, South Carolina.
John Huskey and his wife, Rachel, are listed in the 1800 Federal Census of
Edgefield District, South Carolina. There were no children listed in the
In 1804 John Huskey and his family came with the Huskey and the Ogle clans from
Edgefield District, South Carolina to settle in the Walden's Creek area of
Sevier County, Tennessee.
Just before the War of 1812 broke out, John Huskey took his family to Union
County, Illinois. They were probably among the first settlers of the town of
From "Illinois Census Returns" by Margaret Cross Norton, John Huskey appeared
in the 1818 and 1820 lists. Both lists revealed there was one white male - 21
years and upward, and five other white persons plus one servant or slave.
About 1826, John Huskey and his family migrated with his brother, Jonathan
Huskey, to Jefferson County, Missouri.
Prior to 1830, John Huskey died. His wife, Rachel Huskey appeared as the head
of household in the 1830 Federal Census of Jefferson County, Missouri. There
were still four boys still at home.
It is believed that both he and his wife Rachel are buried in Jefferson County,
"Smoky Mountain Clans", Donald B. Reagan, 1978, p 127.
"Huskey Family Group Sheets," Beverly G. Martin, 1994, 4HUSp6.
Allan Huskey, email@example.com, 28 June 1999.