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Adeline Husson

Birth
France
Death 20 Oct 1896 (aged 51)
Norway, Dickinson County, Michigan, USA
Burial Quinnesec, Dickinson County, Michigan, USA
Memorial ID 103785432 · View Source
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Quinnesec Cemetery Records: died from Pneumonia.

The Current, Norway, Dickinson County, Michigan, Volume VII, Number 35 [Saturday, October 3, 1891], page 1, column 3
Dancing Party.
An impromptu dancing party was given at the Husson House, by a number of young gentlemen, which was really a pleasant affair. The attendance was not large but considering that invitations were given the day previous it was as large as expected. Mrs. Husson gratuitously furnished the supper in one of the parlors, at midnight. Messrs. Jos. Blackburn and Harry Truscott furnished the music and the new selections discoursed by them was [sic – were] a treat to those who love good music. The following are the names of those who attended the party: Mrs. Thos. McCune, Miss McKenna and Miss Jareau, Quinnesec; Mr. and Mrs. Bangs, Iron Mountain; Mr. and Mrs. P.M. Kippenburg, Milwaukee, Miss Libbie Sampson, Houghton; Miss Teresa Bush, Miss Carrie Colwell, Misses Nellie, Minnie and Marian Bush, Messrs. M. Godfrey, Geo. Roche, Ed. Bouno, R.C. Henderson, J.J. Cox, Chas. Lustfield, Will Woods and Dr. O.M. Sattre.

A. HUSSON, chief engineer for Quinnesec Mines, was born in Paris, France, in 1834; came to the United States at the age of twenty-five; located on Lake Superior, engineering for various companies for twelve years, and came to Quinnesec in 1878; he has been prospecting and dealing in mines largely for twenty-five years, and is still interested in exploring; he was married in 1862; his wife was born in France September 27, 1845; they have the following children: Louise, born January 5, 1864; Jennie, born April 18, 1865; August, born October 13, 1867; Adeline, born July 18, 1871; Frankie, born March 22, 1875; Laurance, born March 25, 1877; Edmond, born November 19, 1880. [Quinnesec, page 497]History of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, published by the Western Historical Company, of Chicago, in 1883, from the chapters on Menominee County and Florence County.

Died - Adeline Husson, 63. Born in Paris, she came to the United States in 1854, with her parents who still survive her. She married in Detroit, August 18, 1862, Her parents & 2 sisters still live there. She & her family conducted the Husson Hotel for many years. Deceased left beside her husband & 4 sons & 5 daughters. Of the daugherts 3 are married, Mrs. Thomas McCune Mr. P.M. Nippenberg, Mrs. Henry Sampson,. Remains were buried in Quinnesec.
(Saturday, October 24, 1896, The Norway Current newspaper, Norway, Dickinson, Michigan.)
The complete article can be found in the above newspaper at the Dickinson County Library, Iron Mountain, Michigan.



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  • Created by: klh
  • Added: 19 Jan 2013
  • Find A Grave Memorial 103785432
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Adeline Husson (27 Sep 1845–20 Oct 1896), Find A Grave Memorial no. 103785432, citing Quinnesec Cemetery, Quinnesec, Dickinson County, Michigan, USA ; Maintained by klh (contributor 47722765) .