HUSSEY, Sir Edward, 3rd Bt. (c.1662-1725), of Caythorpe, Lincs.
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Family and Education
b. c.1662, 2nd s. of (Sir) Charles Hussey, 1st Bt. educ. Trinity Coll. Camb. adm. 18 May 1675, aged 13; M. Temple 1676. m. (1) by 1680, Charlotte (d. 30 Aug. 1695), da. and h. of Daniel Brevint, dean of Lincoln, 5s. d.v.p. 7da.; (2) 31 May 1698, Elizabeth, da. and h. of Sir Charles de Vic, 2nd Bt., of Guernsey, 3s. (2 d.v.p.) 1da. suc. bro. as 3rd Bt. Apr. 1680, cos. Sir Thomas Hussey of Honington as 3rd Bt. 19 Dec. 1706.1
J.p. Lincs. (Kesteven) 1682-Feb. 1688, Oct. 1688-?d.; freeman, Lincoln 1689; commr. for assessment, Lincs. 1689-90.2
Hussey presumably opposed exclusion, for he was appointed to the commission of the peace as soon as he came of age, and he was one of those who presented a congratulatory address from Lincolnshire on James II’s accession. The Earl of Lindsey (Robert Bertie I) in January 1688 expected him to be elected at Boston, but like his cousin he followed the lead of