In 1697, the household of his son, Thomas Harmanse, established the Hun family permanently on city rolls. In 1756, three Hun-named households were present within the city of Albany. In that generation, was carpenter Dirck Hun.
Throughout the period, the Huns were primarily a city-based family anchored by the large home of Thomas J. Hun on North Market Street.
In 1795, Anna Hun became the wife of Rev. John Bassett.
The city census for 1800 showed five Hun-named households.
Sources: This family profile is derived chiefly from family and
community-based resources. Hun papers at the Albany Institute; Huns in PFS; HMGFM
first posted: 1/25/03