Susin McDevitt, her husband George Hosford or Hasford alias Horsewood. Daughter Mary Hosford born August 12, 1845 married John Foley May 5, 1866. Susin McDevitt may have lived in India with her husband while he was in the service of the British Army. They owned 100 acres in Newmarket, New Brunswick and lost part of it due to George owing James Sloot, seven pounds eight shillings and eleven pence. At one time George tried to sell this land using the name Horsewood, but he got caught and part of the land was auctioned off, in 1850, to pay the debt. Their daughter Mary's husband was granted 50 acres of the land in 1883. Does anyone have any information on Susin McDevitt, I don't know where she came from or where she went, just that she had a daughter Mary, and a husband who liked to change his name.