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William Hussey (died 1813)

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William Hussey (c.1724 – 26 January 1813) was an English businessman and politician who sat in the House of Commons for 48 years from 1765 to 1813.

Early life

Hussey was baptised on 1 January 1725, the son of John Hussey, Mayor of Salisbury in 1737. On his father's death in 1739 he inherited property in Wiltshire and Dorset and became a successful clothier in Salisbury. He married firstly Mary Eyre, the daughter of John Eyre of Landford Lodge, Wiltshire, on 9 October 1752. She died on 21 May 1754. In 1755 he was elected a councillor for the city of Salisbury, becoming an alderman in 1756 and mayor in 1759. He married secondly Jane Marsh, daughter of Robert Marsh, a London merchant and Governor of the Bank of England on 5 April 1758.[1]

Political career

Hussey was returned as Member of Parliament (MP) for St Germans at a by-election on 11 June 1765. At the 1768 general election he was returned as MP for Hindon. He was elected for Salisbury in the 1774 general election and held the seat to his death. In 1784 he was a member of the St. Alban's Tavern group which tried to bring Fox and Pitt together.[1]

Hussey died on 26 January 1813. He had a daughter by his first wife Mary. By his second wife Jane, he had a son and a daughter Mary who married William Drake (junior), MP.[1] In his will he divided most of his property between his great-nephews Ambrose Hussey of Salisbury and John Hussey (1789-1849) of Salisbury and Lyme Regis.

References

  1. ^ a b c "HUSSEY, William (1725-1813), of Upper Eldon, Hants, and Salisbury, Wilts". History of Parliament Online. Retrieved 21 November 2017.
Parliament of Great Britain
Preceded by
Edward Eliot
Philip Stanhope
Member of Parliament for St Germans
1765–1768
With: Edward Eliot
Succeeded by
Edward Eliot
Samuel Salt
Preceded by
Professor William Blackstone
Edward Morant
Member of Parliament for Hindon
17681774
With: John St Leger Douglas
Succeeded by
Richard Smith
Thomas Brand Hollis
Preceded by
Viscount Folkestone
Hon. Stephen Fox
Member of Parliament for Salisbury
1774–1813
With: Viscount Folkestone 1774-1776
Hon. William Henry Bouverie 1776-1802
Viscount Folkestone 1802-1813
Succeeded by
Viscount Folkestone
George Purefoy-Jervoise


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