GEORGE TYLER HUSON

B. May 5, 1879 in Hainesville, Lake County, IL
D. April 14, 1952 in Waukegan, Lake County, IL
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  • Father: Marshall Booth Huson born October 30, 1852 in Avon Township, Lake County, IL son of Dr. Richard Huson (1817-1877) and Sarah Elizabeth (Tyler) Huson (1818-?); married Mary H. Marble on March 4, 1873 in Lake County, IL; Marshall died December 8, 1929 in Wauconda, Lake County, IL (See section pertaining to Marshall Booth Huson buried in the Fort Hill Cemetery)
  • Mother: Mary H. (Marble) Huson born July 7, 1852 in Illinois daughter of Solomon Marble (1796-1879) and Catherine Bingama (Converse) Marble (1813-1883); Mary died July 1905 (See section pertaining to Mary H. (Marble) Huson buried in the Fort Hill Cemetery)
  • Wife: Mary Elmira (Graves) Huson born September 10, 1882 in Chicago, Cook County, IL daughter of Jesse Allen Graves (1855-1917) and Louisa T. (Adams) Graves (1852-1937); married George Tyler Huson on December 9, 1901 in Lake County, IL; Mary died October 20, 1962 in Waukegan, Lake County, IL (See section pertaining to Mary Elmira (Graves) Huson buried in the Fort Hill Cemetery)
  • Siblings:
    • Sarah E. “Sadie” (Huson) (Meade) Ames born September 6, 1875 in Illinois; married (1) Jesse Mead (1868-1898) on November 18, 1893 in Lake County, IL; married (2) Chester Carlton Ames; Sarah died January 23, 1947 in Libertyville, Lake County, IL; Sarah and Jesse are buried in East Fox Lake Cemetery, Lake Villa, Lake County, IL; According to the Independent Register (Libertyville IL) Thursday, January 30, 1947;

“Rites Are Held Sunday For Mrs. Sarah Ames
   Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon from the Strang funeral home in Grayslake for Mrs. Sarah E. Ames, 71, who resided with a daughter, Mrs. Howard Murrie, 929 N. Milwaukee ave., Libertyville.  She passed away Thursday at Condell Memorial hospital.  Burial was in Fox Lake cemetery.
   Mrs.Ames was born at Ft. Hill, in the vicinity of Round Lake, on Sept. 6, 1875.  She resided in this vicinity her entire life.  The following children survive: Mrs. Murieta Hanger, Chicago; Russell L. Meade, Rockford, and Mrs. Howard Murrie, Libertyville.  Surviving brother and sisters are: George L. Huson, Round Lake; Mrs. Cora Martin, Chicago; Mrs. Roy (sic) Paddock, Wauconda; Mrs. Walter Sykes, Chepeck, Wis.; Mrs. Ralph Davis, Waukegan.”

Additional Information:

According to the 1880 U.S. Census for the Town of Avon, Lake County, IL the household members were: Marshal Huson, age 28, married, occupation: farmer, born in Illinois, parents born in New York; Mary Huson, age 27, wife, married, born in Illinois, father born in New York, mother born in Vermont; Sarah Huson, age 4, daughter, single, born in Illinois; Georg Huson, age 1, son, single born in Illinois; Erastus Cleveland, age 36, married, occupation: farmer, born New York, parents bornin New York; Cora Cleveland, age 31, wife, married, born in Illinois, father born in New York, mother born in Illinois; John Cleveland, age 10, son, single, born in Illinois; and Kate Cleveland, age 5, daughter, single, born in Illinois

According to the 1900 U.S. Census for Avon Township, Lake County, IL the household members were: Marshall B. Huson, head, born Oct. 1852, age 47, married for 27 years, born in Illinois, parents born in New York, occupation: farmer; Mary H. Huson, wife, born July 1842, age 47, married for 27 years, 6 children born, 6 children living, born in Illinois, parent born in New York; George G. Huson, son, born May 1879, age 21, single, born in Illinois; occupation: farm laborer; Cora Huson, daughter, born April 1883, age 17, single, born in Illinois; Erma Huson, daughter, born November 1886, age 15, single, born in Illinois; Louise Huson, daughter, born May 1890, age 10, single, born in Illinois; Zella Huson, daughter, born August 1894, age 5, single, born in Illinois; Thomas Evich, boarder, born July 1849, age 50, single, born in Poland, parents born in Poland, immigrated in 1884, occupation: teamster

According to the McHenry Plaindealer (McHenry IL) Thursday, December 19, 1901, page 5:

VOLO

   “George Huson and Miss Mary Graves were quietly married at the Cloverdale farm.  Wednesday, Dec. 11, bey Rev. Lapham, only the immediate relatives being present to witness the ceremony.  Their many friends wish them much joy and happiness in their wedded life.
   Those who attended the reception at the parsonage at Wauconda Tuesday afternoon from here were: Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Huson and daughter, Marion, Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Raught, Mrs. A. J. Raymond, Mrs. James Kirwan and Mrs. Albert Raught.  All report a very pleasant time.”

According to the 1910 U.S. Census for Libertyville Village, Township of Libertyville, Lake County, IL living on Lincoln Avenue, the household members were: George T. Huson, head, age 30, married once 7 years, born in Illinois, parents born in Illinois, occupation: carpenter – house; Mary H. Huson, wife, age 25, married once for 7 years, 0 children born, 0 children living, born in Illinois, father born in Illinois, mother born in Pennsylvania; Jesse A. Graves, father-in-law, age 54, married once for 36 years, born in Illinois, parents born in Vermont, occupation: laborer – day jobs; Louisa T. Graves, mother-in-law, age 56, married once for 36 years, 4 children born, 3 children living, born in Pennsylvania, parents born in Pennsylvania.

According to the U.S., World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918:
George Tyler Huson, residing at Round Lake, Lake County, IL, age 39, born May 5, 1879, occupation: carpenter for Thomas Forlett in Libertyville, IL, wife is Mary Huson, medium height, medium build, blue eyes, light brown hair, signed: September 12, 1918.

According to the 1920 U.S. Census for Round Lake Village, Avon Township, Lake County, IL the household members were: George Huson, head, age 40, married, born in Illinois, parents born in Illinois, occupation: carpenter – house; Mary Huson, wife, age 37, married, born in Illinois, father born in Illinois, mother born in Pennsylvania; Louisa Graves, mother-in-law, age 67, widowed, born in Pennsylvania, parents born in Pennsylvania

According to the 1922 U.S. City Directories, 1822-1995 in Round Lake, IL:
Huson George (Mary), carp

According to the 1930 U.S. Census for Round Lake Village, Avon Township, Lake County, IL the household members were: George T. Huson, head, age 50, married at age 22, born in Illinois, parents born in Illinois, occupation: carpenter – general building; Mary E. Huson, wife, age 47, married at age 19, born in Illinois, father born in Illinois, mother born in Pennsylvania; Louisa T. Grace, mother-in-law, age 77, widowed, born in Pennsylvania, parents born in Pennsylvania, occupation: nurse – practice nursing.

According to the McHenry Plaindealer (McHenry IL) Thursday, April 24, 1952, page 7:

RINGWOOD

   “Mr. and Mrs. Ben Walkington went to the funeral home at Libertyville Thursday evening to see the remains of her cousin, George Huson, who passed away very suddenly.”