Reference pages 167-170 of "Genealogical And Personal History of the Allegheny Valley Pennsylvania," under the editorial supervision of John W. Jordan LL.D., Librarian of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Vol. 1, Illustrated, New York, Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1913.The pertinent portion of the text regarding this person states: William John (Hussey), second son of James Hussey (and Bridget Green), was born in Keating township, McKean county, Pennsylvania, November 17, 1850, died in Bradford, Pennsylvania, November 23, 1897.He was a lumberman.He married, February 17, 1876, at Newell Creek, Pennsylvania, Mary Hungerford, born in Keating township, August 14, 1855, who survives him, a resident of Smethport.Both were members of the Roman Catholic church.Children of William John and Mary (Hungerford)Hussey: 1.) Bessie, born in Keating township, January 13, 1877; married John Joseph Miller, of New York City, now a lumber inspector, resides in Buffalo, New York; child, Elizabeth Catherine, born June 12, 1911.2.) Genevieve Gertrude, of previous mention; wife of Victor Burdette Bouton.3.) Francis William, born July 14, 1882, in Keating township; now a glass blower and painter, residing in Wesy Virginia; he married Maud, daughter of Thomas Ray, a veteran of the civil war, serving from Pennsylvania; children: Francis Gerlad, born November 28, 1902; John Ray, December 11, 1904.(I think this bio erred on her birthdate.They probably have the day and month correct but the year, per census records, is off.(1853 appears to be the correct year.)
The Bouton info can be found on pages 167-170.It reports: Victor Burdette, eldest son of Judge Joseph William and Julia A. (Eastman) Bouton, was born in Port Allegany, Pennsylvania, December 14, 1879.He was educated in the public schools of Smethport and was graduated from the high school, class of 1899.He chose the profession of law, and after a year's study under the direction of his father entered Dickinson Law School, at Carlisle, Pennsylvania, whence he was graduated LL.B., class of 1903.He at once began the practice of law in Smethport and for three years practiced with Fred D. Gallup as partner.He is now located in the Grange Bank building, alone and well established in public favor.For the past seven years he has been attorney for the borough of Smethport and for the county of McKean for three years.He is a Republican in politics, and a member of St. Luke's Episcopal Church.His club is the Central of Smethport.He married, April 20, 1902, Genevieve Gertrude Hussey, born April 6, 1880, in Keating township, McKean county, Pennsylvania.She was educated in the public schools of Glen Hazel, Pennsylvania, was graduated from Bradford Business College in 1907, and is now deputy recorder of McKean county with office at the court house in Smethport.