Thanks for the question.I don't know the answer.I am considering what families are in a specific area.I ran across some information the other day that there are some who believe that there were no other Husseys in co. Surrey until John Hussey, who married Mary/Marie Wood/Woodlin.I do know of a William Husse who bought the manor of Le North Bury in Mickleham, just north of Dorking, in 1314 from Odo de Dammartin, of the Earl Gilbert de Clare.In 1349 the manor was held by Isabel Husse and in 1376 by another William Husse.Thomas Stydolf, later holder of the manor, died seized of it by 1545.Thomas Stydolf has been connected with William Husse by Manning and Bray.Isabel, daughter of William Husse married William Wymeldon, the grandchild of whose son Ralph?, Isabel Wymeldon married Thomas Stydolf who died in 1545.Furthermore, Juliana, the widow of William Husse was possessed of Norbury in 1404.In 1435, William Wymeldon granted Norbury to several men, including his son Ralph and his heirs.Thie Ralph Wymeldon died abt. 1441, as his eldest son, William granted to Thomas, his brother, property in Dorking and elsewhere;and, in the following year, Thomas Morstede and others, the feoffes of William Wymeldon the elder conveyed to his grandson, William the property in Mickelham.This William left a son named John and two daughters, Isabel and Joan.In 1480 William Shirley executed a release of the manor of Norbury to John Wymeldon, who died without issue.His estate was divided between his sisters when Norbury was assigned to Thomas Stodewolfe/Stydolf/Stydolph, who married Isabel, the coheiress of John Wymeldon, her brother.Stydolf had descended from an ancient family from Stydolf's Place at Seale, co. Kent.In the church at Mickelham is the tomb of Sir Francis Stydolf, son of Thomas and Elizabeth (Hussey) Stydolf, along with many others of the family.On the banner are these arms:Quarterly, 1st Arg. on a chief sab. two wolves' heads erased, Or, langued Gu. (Stydolf);2nd Gu. two Lions passant, Or (Wymeldon);3rd Arg. a chev. Az. betw. three eagles displayed, Sab. (Hawley);4th Or, on a cross vert, a mullet for difference of the first (Husee, or Hussey, of Yorkshire--Also, Hussey of co. Lincoln).Then, there were also Husees who held the manor of Hascombe and sold it to a relative of William Covert.Henry Huse Chivaler had Hascombe in co. Surrey.Nicholas Husee died abt. 1470 leaving two daughters;and, they passed Hascombe on to the Coverts.Another Hussey, a Henry Hussey died 23 July 1290.He had Hascombe Manor, too.Maybe the Huse/Husee/Husse/Hussey connections with the Stydolfs and other families around Dorking/Mickelham and the manor of Norbury will show that John Hussey was the father of Christopher and husband of Marie Wood.This John Hussey is believed now to be the son of George and Elizabeth (Stydolf/Stuydolf/Stidolf/Stydolph/Stidolph) Hussey, as a connection already exists that the Stydolfs were descended from Husees, who were of Mickelham and Norbury, just north of Dorking.Finally, it is enlightening that the two Husseys who married Stydolfs were cousins with the Husseys from co. Lincoln.I did find a genforum for Stidolph, by the way.