1. William Buss born ca. 1613 (calls himself 82 in his will dated 22 April 1695) and died at Concord, Massachusetts 31 January 1697/8. He married first say 1638, Ann (---) who died at Concord on 3 August 1674. He married secondly at Concord on 24 December 1674, Dorcas (---) Jones who died on 22 November 1709. William was made a freeman on 14 March 1638/9 and probably emigrated sometime in 1638. William left a will (Middlesex County Probate #3690, 9:384). William is also called cousin in the will of Robert Merriam of Concord. William and Ann had five children: Richard, Hannah, John, Nathaniel and Joseph.
2. Rev. John Buss born ca. 1644 at Concord and died at Durham, N.H. in March 1736. John married first at Salisbury, Massachusetts on 12 May 1673, Elizabeth Bradbury, born Salisbury 7 November 1651 and died between 1683 and 1687 at Durham, daughter of Thomas and Mary (Perkins) Bradbury. John married secondly about 1687, Mary Hill, born in Boston, Massachusetts 29 December 1649 and died in Durham in 1717, the daughter of Valentine and Mary (Eaton) Hill. John married lastly by 1718 Elizabeth (---) born before 1700 and died in Durham in 1768. John was a minister and doctor. By his first wife he was the father of four children: William, John, Joseph, and Elizabeth. By his second wife he was the father of two more children: Hannah and Joseph.
3. Elizabeth Buss born in Durham about 1683, died there after 31 October 1739. She married about 1705 John Smith, born at Durham 1681 and died there before 27 March 1729, son of James and Sarah (Davis) Smith. They had six children: John, Elizabeth, Joseph, Mary, James, and Hannah.
Genealogical Dictionary of ME and NH by Sybil Noyes, Charles Thornton Libby, and Walter Goodwin Davis (Portland, 1939, reprinted Baltimore, 1988), p. 123, 643.
History of the Town of Durham, New Hampshire (Oyster River Plantation) with Genealogical Notes by Everett S. Stackpole & Lucien Thompson (2 vols., Rumford Press, Concord, NH, 1913, reprint, Somersworth, NH 1973), II:47-49.
“The Rev. John Buss of Durham (Oyster River), New Hampshire," by Martin E. Hollick, New Hampshire Genealogical Record 26 (2009):57-64.
The Ancestry of Thomas Bradbury (1611-1695) and His Wife Mary (Perkins) Bradbury (1615-1700) of Salisbury, Massachusetts by John Brooks Threfall (1988, 1st ed. and 1995, 2nd ed.).
“Was Nathaniel Jones, Who Married Mary Rediat in 1696, A Son or Grandson of John and Dorcas (--) Jones of Concord, Mass.” by Ann L. Dzindolet, New England Historical & Genealogical Register 163 (2009):102-112.