(1466—1537) nobleman and alleged rebel
John Hussey Delaval (1728—1808) industrialist and politician
(John) Walter Atherton Hussey (1909—1985) dean of Chichester and patron of the arts
Sir Robert John Hussey Vivian (1802—1887) army officer
598. Th. 29 Dec. '78. John Hussey. Address: To the Revd Mr Hussey. D. Nichol Smith (mutilated, lacking the subscription, signature, and date given by Boswell; endorsed ‘from Dr. Johnson previous to my departure for Aleppo’); JB's copy, Isham.1—Boswell 1791, ii. 279 (Hill iii. 369).
3. 'Reasons for voting upon the third question to be proposed in Convocation on the 13th inst. By Robert Hussey, B.D. Regius Professor of Ecclesiastical History. Oxford, John Henry Parker, J. G. F. and J Rivington, London. 1845.'