Bassett Family Association Database

33B The Bassett Family of Blore

This is the Bassett Family of Blore, Hints, Staffordshire & Warwickshire.In preparing this tree not all earlier ancestors claimed by family historians are included because sources differ so much in their information. However it seems clear that this line of Bassets came from Normandy and that Osmond Bassett descended from Bathet or Baset,who acquired Oiully-Basset (now Oiully-le-Basset) and Normanville in 912. To see the whole tree search enter the name OSMOND BASSETT and select Osmond Bassett (root ancestor).

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The church at Sapcote

William, the youngest of the three grandsons of Henry I.'s Justiciary Ralph Bassett was the ancestor of the Bassets of Sapcote. He served as Sheriff of Warwick and Leicestershire for eight consecutive years in the reign of Henry II., and was afterwards one of the Justices Itinerant of Yorkshire


Owner/SourcePhil & Anne Bassett
Date2008
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File Size53.29k
Dimensions640 x 480
Linked toSir Roger de Grey, 1st Lord Grey(of Ruthin)
Albums33B The Bassett Family of Blore

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