Hi Jim, I do have some of what you have.I have the following:
James Lusk, son of Nathan Lusk, moved to South Carolina before the Revolutionary War. James was killed by Indians at Butcher's Ford on the Keewee River near the N.C. and S.C. border.
1.Henry Lusk, B. Feb. 27, 1751 d. Mar 30,1813 Married Eleanor McKiddy b Feb. 25,1761 d Feb. 6, 1845
At least two other sons are known to have existed.
Henry Lusk and Eleanor McKiddy in SC
1.Elizabeth Lusk, b Aug. 2, 1784 2.Eleanor Lusk b 1786 3.Mary S. Lusk b. 1788 4.Jane Lusk b. 1790 5.James Lusk b. 1791 6.Nathan Lusk b. 1795 Moved to Georgia 7.John S. Lusk b 1795 Moved to Georgia(Twin to Nathan) 8.William Lusk b 1797 Moved to Georgia 9.Thomas Lusk b. 1800 10. Annie Lusk b. 1802 11. Jennie Lusk b. 1804 12. Robert Lusk
I did not do this research, so cannot tell you it is the absolute truth.I notice I have a date of 1751 for Henry and you have 1750.Lots of times I have found mistakes in mine because of the typist making typo's.I was lucky that my cousin and her husband did all the research.I have found most of it to be with other Lusk researchers.Hope this helps you.Are you from Mercer County, WV or live out of the state?Joyce