Gersham Tussey and His Kin: A History of the North Carolina Branch of the Tussey Family and Their Descent from New Sweden, the Swedish Colony Founded in the Delaware Valley, 1638
Halcyon House, 1992 - 224 pages
Gersham Tussey was born 15 February 1801 in the Jersey Settlement of Rowan Co., (now Davidson Co.) North Carolina. He was the son of John Tussey and Elizabeth Hunt. Gersham married Sarah Byerly ca. 1823. She died ca. 1836 and Gersham married Katharine Lopp Wagner 15 June 1837. Gersham lived in North Carolina and became the father of ten known children. Descendants lived in North Carolina, Missouri, Pennsylvania and elsewhere.
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