The barony of Hussey has been created three times in the Peerage of England. Of these, one creation is abeyant while the other two are extinct.
The first creation was in 1295, for Henry Hussey. This creation became abeyant in 1470 on the death of the 7th baron. The second creation was in 1348, for John Hussey, but he had no legal heirs on the title became extinct on his death in 1361. The third creation was in 1529 for a different John Hussey, but he was attainted in 1537 and the peerage was forfeited.
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