Here's what the book says about William Judson Fuson. This may or may not be your's!
(John) Washington Fuson b. 30 Oct. 1831, Logan Co.; m. 11 Aug 1849, Mary Etta Pine, b. Va., 28 Dec. 1827. He served in Civil War as Capt. 175 Regt., O.V.I. They moved to Buffalo Gap, Black Hills, Do., Dakota in 1882. A Fuson Canyon and Fuson Sandstone is there; ch: seven.
Bethany B. Fuson
Elias Ross Fuson
Joseph McAudrey Fuson
Mary Allis Fuson
William Judson Fuson, m. Emma Proctor, seven children and 1 adopted. Settled in Black Hills, So. Dakota, 1882 (p.52, Bk.I)
John Spergen Fuson, m. Effie A. Martin; d. 1925, Buffalo Gap, Black Hills, So. Dakota; ch: five.
Here's the excerpt of (p.52, Bk.I):
Copied from letter from J.S. Fuson of Oct. 31, 1934. "There was a John Fuson that moved from Iowa to South Dakota. He was a cousin to my father. He had eight children, five boys and three girls. Two of these Fuson girls came from Nebraska while my father lived to see him. They lived near Lincoln."
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