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101 Theodore served in the 11th U.S. Infantry.

1900 Federal Census of Gouverneur, St. Lawrence County, New York (22 Jun 1900)
Theodore Bassett 30 M Jan 1870 NY NY NY Head Laborer
Mary 30 F Jul 1870 NY NY NY Wife Housekeeper
Leon 18 M Jun 1891 NY NY NY Son Student
Mary 6 F Aug 1893 NY NY NY Daughter Student
Jerry 5 M May 1894 NY NY NY Son Student
(Married 10 years, 3 children, 3 living)

1910 Federal Census of Gouverneur, St. Lawrence County, New York (19 Apr 1910)
Theodore S. Bassett 40 M NY MI NY Head Millwright - Marble Mill
Mary E. 36 F NY NY NY Wife
Mary E. 16 F NY NY NY Daughter Hander? - Lace
John C. 14 M NY NY NY Son
(Married 20 years, 3 children, 3 living)

1930 Federal Census of Pittsfield, Berkshire County, MA (17 Apr 1930)
Leon C. Bassett 38 M NY NY NY Head Welder Electrical
Lilian M. 29 F NY NY NY Wife
Alvin E. 8 M NY NY NY Son
Mary E. 56 F NY NY NY Mother
(Married at 28 & 20)

Births, Deaths, Marriages from Gouverner, NY Herald
St. Lawrence County, NY (aprox. 1864-1904)

Married. Bassett-Manning. At the residence of the bride's sister, Canton, Nov. 17, by Rev. W.F. Ball, Theodore Bassett, a member of the 11th U.S. Infantry, and Elizabeth Manning, both of Gouverneur. (11/17/1889)

Born. Bassett. In Gouverneur, June 28, 1891, to Mr. and Mrs. Theodore S. Bassett, a son.

Born. Bassett. In this village, Aug. 10, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. Theodore L. Bassett, a daughter.

Born. Bassett. In this village, August 2, 1895, to Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Bassett, a son. 
Bassett, Theodore Lewis (I10)
 
102 Times Record, Denton, Maryland, January 29, 2011
James V. Bassett, EASTON

James V. Bassett of Easton, formerly of Denton, died Jan. 11 at William Hill Manor in Easton. He was 92. Born in Bayard, Neb., on May 13, 1918, Mr. Bassett was the son of the late Roland Cyrus Bassett and Ruth Bryson Bassett. He served with the U.S. Navy in the South Pacific during World War II. He became a meteorologist for the Air Weather Service in Washington, D.C., retiring in 1973. In 1974, he and his wife, Louis A. Bassett of Easton, moved to their farm in Concord near Denton where for many years he sold Christmas trees. He was a member of the St. Luke?s United Methodist Church in Denton. In addition to his wife, Mr. Bassett is survived by two sons, James W. Bassett and his wife Linda of Spring Hill, Fla., and Thomas R. Bassett and his wife Marilyn of Columbia, S.C.; two grandchildren, Rebecca Maxwell and Bradley Bassett; and two great-grandchildren, Chapman and Colin. He was preceded in death by two sisters, Helen and Margaret, and three brothers, Cecil, Sanford and Ralph. A memorial service was private. A committal service will be announced in the future. Donations in memory of Mr. Bassett should be sent to the St. Luke?s United methodist Church, 100 S. Fifth Ave., Denton, MD 21629. www.moorefuneralhome- pa.com Elsie V. Beulah DENTON ? Elsie Virginia Beulah of Denton passed away Jan. 13 at the Memorial Hospital at Easton. She was 87. Born March 17, 1923, in Seaford, Del., she was the only daughter of the late Roland and Effidell Pinckens. Mrs. Beulah attended and graduated from Lockerman High School in Denton. She was very close to her mother and learned how to be a caring and loving wife and mother. She was the center and heart of her family and taught her children those same values. She also had an amazing love for fashion and music. She is survived by her husband, Alonza Beulah, who she had been married to for more than 60 years; three sons, Donald Beulah of Federalsburg, Claude Beulah of Federalsburg, and Carson Beulah of Louisville, Ky.; and her only daughter, Lorraine Wise of Elkridge. She is also survived by 10 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held Jan. 18 at Williamson Funeral Home, with the Dr. Rev. Vanessa Lee, of Metropolitan Zion United Methodist Church, officiating. Interment took place at Federal Hill Cemetery, in Federalsburg. www.williamsonfuneral.co m. Lee R. Engle PRESTON ? Lee Roy Engle of Preston died at the Memorial Hospital at Easton on Jan. 14, 2011. He was 89. He was born at Tanyard near Preston on Dec. 10, 1921, the son of the late Richard W. and Effie Secrist Engle. He was a graduate of Preston High School in 1939 and entered the U.S. Army in 1941, serving in Europe with Company Q 99th Division of the 394th Infantry Regiment, participating in the Battle of the Bulge and receiving the European, African and Middle Eastern theatre ribbons. He was discharged in 1945. He was a poultry grower for 52 years for Bay Shore, Con Agra and Allens?s. He was a member of Delmarva Poultry Industry for many years and a life member of the Tuckahoe Steam And Gas Association and was also a member of the Eastern Shore Thresher- man?s Association. He is survived by his wife of 62 years, Katherine A. Marshall Engle, whom he married Dec. 4, 1948; a son, Robert E. and his wife Diane of Preston; a daughter, Toni and her husband Donald Cunningham of Greenwood, Del.; five grandchildren, Thomas Engle, Rob Engle, Shelley Hall, Jason Hall and Benjamin Cunningham; three great-grandchildren; a brother, Wilbur Engle of Preston; and numerous nieces and nephews. Four brothers, Raymond Engle, Howard Engle, Melvin Engle and Harvey Engle, and a sister, Rena Engle, preceded him in death. Graveside services were held Jan. 18 at Junior Order Cemetery in Preston with the Rev. Glen Staehli officiating. The family has requested that donations be made in his memory to The Caroline County Hospice Foundation, P. O. Box 362, Denton, MD 21629. For more information or to share memories with the family, visit www.framp-tom.com.
 
Bassett, James V. (I7745)
 
103 Walter served with the Army as a Corporal in France during World War I. His last assignment was to Company G, 7th Ammunition Train. He was honorably discharged from Camp Zachary Taylor, Kentucky on July 1, 1919. Bassett, Walter (I1420)
 
104 Washington Democrat, Washington, Daviees County, Indiana, Dec 10, 1910.
Mrs. W.G. Smoot Dies After Long Illness.

Lydia E. Smoot, wife of Warner G. Smoot, who lives on the Portersville Road, a short distance from the city limits, died Friday afternoon. She had been ill for the last five or six years, and her condition had been serious for some time. During her illness she suffered three strokes of paralysis, and this with minor causes is said to have been the cause of her death. About ten days ago she had a relapse and it was realized then that she would probably never recover.
She was born in this city sixty-six years ago on December 2, 1844, and was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elias Robinson, who where among the pioneer settlers of Daviess county. While a young girl she joined the Cumberland Presbyterian church and lives strong in the faith of this denomination until her death. She was married in her early years to Warner G. Smoot and five children, all of whom are living, were born. The children are: Mrs. Emma J. Craig, Otwell; Walter G. Smoot, city; R.B. Smoot, Madisonville, Kentucky; Edwin R. Smoot, Greenwood, Kansas; Mrs. Della Donaldson, city. William Robinson of Garden City, Kansas, and Mary Wykoff of Washington is a brother and sister of Mrs. Smoot. A half brother, Richard Robinson, city, and two half sisters, Mrs. Sam Smith and Mrs. Richard Brown, also survive her. Mr. & Mrs. Smoot lived in Washington for several years, occupying a house on Harned avenue, but about ten years ago they moved to the place on the Portersville road. Previous to moving to Washington they lived on a farm near Glendale and it was here that most of Mrs. Smoot's married live was spent. The funeral services will be held at the Veale's Creek church at 2:30 Sunday afternoon, and will be in charge of the Rev. J.L. Hudgins of Nashville, Tennessee, editor of the Cumberland Presbyterian, a religious paper. He will be assisted by the Rev. U.M. McGuire of this city, and the Rev. Mr. Weeks of the Veale's creek church. The body will be laid to rest in a large stone mausoleum in the Veale's creek cemetery. 
Robinson, Lydia E. (I40)
 
105 Will of Thomas Bass signed 21 Sep 1765 in Chesterfield County, Parish of Dale, Virginia. Chesterfield Will Books Vol 1-2, pages 34 & 35. Estate closed Apr 1773.

In the name of God amen, I Thomas Bass of Chesterfield County of Parish of Dale being in perfect health and of sound memory Do make and order this my last will and testament manner and form following.

Vas imprimas. Item. I give and bequeath my soul unto the hands of Almighty God who gave it to me, and I commit my body to the earth from whence it came to be interred at the discretion of Extrs. hereafter named.

Item. I gave and bequeath to my son Thomas Bass and his Heirs forever one Negro man named Adam which he has now in possession.

Item. I give and bequeath to my son Henry Bass and his Heirs forever one Negro girl name Pegg and her increase which he hath now in his possession.

Item. I give and bequeath to daughter Mary Mosley and her heirs forever one Negro boy named Jack which Richard Mosley her husband hath now in possession.

Item. I gave him and bequeath to my son Josiah Bass and his Heirs forever one Negro girl named Amey and all her increase which he hath now in possession.

Item. I give and bequeath to my son Alexander Bass and to his heirs forever the Plantation whereon I now live with the tract of Land joining to it containing 160 acres, also one Negro girl named Cate to his heirs forever. It is my will and desire that my beloved wife Mary Bass should ?.. enjoy and live on the said Plantation during her natural Life. I also listen to my beloved wife Mary Bass five Negroes namely Jammie, Tom, Frank, Eve and Bowser, and my will and desire is that all my Cattle and Hogs be equally divided between my son Alexander Bass and my beloved wife Mary, and all the rest of my personal Estate not before given away after paying my Debts and Funeral charges during her natural Life, then to be equally divided amongst all my children.

Item. I give and bequeath to my daughter Martha Perkinson and her heirs forever, one Negro girl name Temp and her increase also two cows and calves, or two cows with calf.

Item. I give and bequeath to my grandson Thomas Bass son of Thomas Bass to his heirs forever one Negro girl named Susanna.

Item. I do hereby appoint and ordain my two sons Thomas Bass and Henry Bass my Executors. Given onto my hand this 21st day of September 1765.
Thomas Bass (SS).

Witnesses
William Bass
Jordan Anderson
Mary Anderson
 
Bass, Thomas (I46469)
 
106 William Bassett, deceased Sailor, was named as the father of James William Bassett on his son’s marriage certificate in 1847.

John William Bassett, bachelor, Servant, Norton Street, son of William Bassett, Sailor (deceased), married Ellen Kinnersley, spinster, servant, William Street, daughter of William Kinnersley, Licensed Victualler, on 25 May 1847 in Trinity Church, Parish of St. Marylebone, Middlesex, England.
Ellen Kinnersley was the daughter of William and Sarah Kinnersley. William Kinnersley was the son of William and Hannah (Body) Kinnersley.

1851 British Census of St. John Paddingon, Middlesex
John W. Bassett 27 M Head Gravesend, Kent Cowkeeper
Hellen 31 F Wife Barnes, Middlesex
Emma 2 F Daughter Paddington, Middlesex
Ellen M. 2/12 F Daughter Paddington, Middlesex
& 1 servant

1861 British Census of 36 Portland Road, Kensington St. Mary Abbot, Middlesex
George Bassett 36 Head Gravesend, Kent Dairyman
Helen 41 Wife Barnes, Surrey
Emma 12 Daughter Paslington, Middlesex Scholar
Helen 10 Daughter Paslington, Middlesex Scholar
William 8 Son Notting Hill, Middlesex Scholar
Walter 5 Son Paddington, Middlesex Scholar
Louisa 3 Daughter Paddington, Middlesex Scholar
Alfred 10/12 Son Paddington, Middlesex

1871 British Census of 3 Bramley Street, Kensington Town, Kensington, London
John W. Bassett 45 M Head Gravesend, Kent Coachman
Ellen 52 F Wife Barnes, Surrey
William 18 M Son Kensington, Kent Plasterer
Walter 15 M Son Paddington, Kent Plasterer
Louisa 13 F Daughter Paddington, Kent Scholar
Alfred 11 M Son Paddington, Kent Scholar

1881 British Census of 89 Walmer Rd., Kensington Town, Kensington, London
Helen Bassett (Wd) 68 F Head Barnes
Walter 25 M Son Paddington Plasterer
Alfred 20 M Son Paddington Labourer

1891 British Census of 3 Calverley, Kensington Town, London
Walter Bassett 35 M Head Paddington Plasterer
C. 30 F Wife Kensington
Walter 5 M Son Kensington
L.H. 4 F Daughter Kensington
C. 1 M Son Kensington

London Gazette, 1861
Court for Relief of Insolvent Debtors

The following Prisoners, whose Estates and Effects have been vested in the Provionsal Assignee by Order of the Court, having filed their Schedules, are ordered to be brought up before the Court, as hereinafter mentioned, at the Court-House, in Portugal-Street, Lincoln’s Inn, as follows, to be dealt with according to the Statue:

On Friday the 5th April, 1861, at Eleven o’Clock precisely, before Mr. Chief Commissioner Law.

John William Bassett, late of NO. 36, Portland-road North-Notting-hill, previously of Holmden-house, Turnham, green and formerly of No. 24, Alexander-street, West-bourne-park, all in Middlesex, Cowkeeper and Dairyman. 
Bassett, John William (I2)
 
107 William Bassett, deceased Sailor, was named as the father of James William Bassett on his son’s marriage certificate in 1847. Bassett, William (I1)
 
108 William Thomas Bassett, son of David and Mary Bassett, was born about 1889. He was a schoolmaster at Rhoose, Glamorganshire, Wales. He married Elizabeth Mary Saunders Mar Qtr 1924 in Llanelly District, Carmarthenshire, Wales. Bassett, William Thomas (I514)
 
109 William Thomas Bassett, son of David and Mary Bassett, was born about 1889. He was a schoolmaster at Rhoose, Glamorganshire, Wales. He married Elizabeth Mary Saunders Mar Qtr 1924 in Llanelly District, Carmarthenshire, Wales. Saunders, Elizabeth Mary (I515)
 
110 Worcester Telegram & Gazette, Massachusetts, 16 Aug 1995
Clara L. Bassett, 89

PETERSHAM - Clara L. (Smith) Bassett, 89, of Hospital Road, Gardner, formerly of Petersham and Barre, died yesterday at Wachusett Manor Nursing Home, Gardner, after an illness. Her husband, Leslie W. Bassett, died in 1962. She leaves three daughters, Alice P. Gordon of Orange, Phyllis F. Ryngiewicz of West Palm Beach, Fla., and Marjorie R. Davis of Palmer, Alaska; a niece, Rosemary Hayes of Barre, whom she raised, and a foster daughter, Helen Perkins of Warwick, R.I.; a stepson, Ernest Bassett; a stepdaughter, Louella Ellsworth, both of Petersham; a brother, John Smith of Mason, Mich.; a sister, Ruth White of Framington; 20 grandchildren, and 37 great-grandchildren. She was born in Boston, daughter of Walter and Mary (Calhoun) Smith, and lived most of her life here, eight years in Barre and two years in Gardner. Mrs. Bassett was a member of the Orthodox Congregational Church, and a 50-year member of the Petersham Grange. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Friday in Pillsbury Funeral Home, 96 South Barre Road, Barre. Burial will be in East Cemetery. Calling hours are 7 to 9 p.m. tomorrow at the funeral home.
 
Smith, Clara L. (I34162)
 
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14B3553521211. Eric William Bassett - took part in the Bassett DNA
project with test kit #87042. 
Bassett, Eric William (I15695)
 
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202B31767. Phillip Bassett - born about 1866 in Llanelly, Carmarthen,
Wales. He was living with his brother William in the
1891 census. 
Bassett, Phillip (I266)
 
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Alphonse E. Bassett, Boscawen
Concord Monitor, Tuesday, July 22, 2003

BOSCAWEN - Alphonse E. Bassett, 81, died Sunday at Genesis-Pleasant View Nursing home after a long illness. He was born in Penacock, the son of Joseph and Leontine (Beaduet) Bassett. He was a lifelong resident of the Penacook area. He graduated from Penacook High School in 1940. Bassett served with the Marines in the Marshall Islands during World War II. He worked at the Brezner Tannery in Penacook for many years. He was a member of the American Legion Post 31, the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the AARP. Survivors include a son, Alan Bassett of Northfield; four daughters, Pamela McKee and Rhonda Bassett, both of Concord, Kellie Cook of Boscawen and Kathleen Bassett of Tucson, Ariz.; two grandchildren; a great-grandchild; and several nieces, nephews and cousins. His parents, two brothers, Emery Bassett and Joseph, and a sister, Mandy Blodgett, died previously. Calling hours will not be held. Graveside services will be held Friday at 11 a.m. at Pine Grove Cemetery in Boscawen. The Rev. W. Timothy Thibeault, pastor of the Immaculate Conception Church, will officiate. Wendell J. Butt Funeral Home in Penacook is in charge of arrangements. 
Bassett, Alphonse E. (I8875)
 
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Arthur Chase Bassett, son of Arthur R. and Edith Mary (Chase) Bassett, was born 7 Jun 1924 (SSN). He died 15 Aug 1997 (SSN). He married Shirley Maxine Thompson. This Shirley is most likely the Shirley born 27 Dec 1927. She died 20 Nov 1990. Her SSN# was 365-26-4057 and her place of residence was listed as 91342 Sylmar, Los Angeles, California.
His SSN# was 385-16-6379. His residence was listed as 89423 Minden, Douglas County, Nevada at his death. 
Bassett, Arthur Chase (I13437)
 
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Arthur Chase Bassett, son of Arthur R. and Edith Mary (Chase) Bassett, was born 7 Jun 1924 (SSN). He died 15 Aug 1997 (SSN). He married Shirley Maxine Thompson. This Shirley is most likely the Shirley born 27 Dec 1927. She died 20 Nov 1990. Her SSN# was 365-26-4057 and her place of residence was listed as 91342 Sylmar, Los Angeles, California.
His SSN# was 385-16-6379. His residence was listed as 89423 Minden, Douglas County, Nevada at his death. 
Thompson, Shirley Maxine (I13438)
 
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Bartholomew William Bassett, son of Philip J. and Agnes (Phair) Bassett, was born about 1900 in Vermont. He died in Springfield. He married Beatrice Bacon. Beatrice ran off with Albert S. Bennett at some point.

1920 Federal Census of Pittsfield, Berkshire County, Massachusetts
William Bassett 20 M VT CF NY Head Chaueffer Bottling Works
Beatrice 21 F NY NY NY Wife
Mrs. Harriet Bacon (D) 43 F NY NY NY MotherL
Albert S. Bennett 43 M NY NY NY Boarder Laborer Electrical Works
Glenroy H. Bacon 18 M NY NY NY BrotherL Cutter Knitting Mill
(Living on East Street) 
Bassett, Bartholomew William (I7292)
 
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Bartholomew William Bassett, son of Philip J. and Agnes (Phair) Bassett, was born about 1900 in Vermont. He died in Springfield. He married Beatrice Bacon. Beatrice ran off with Albert S. Bennett at some point.

1920 Federal Census of Pittsfield, Berkshire County, Massachusetts
William Bassett 20 M VT CF NY Head Chaueffer Bottling Works
Beatrice 21 F NY NY NY Wife
Mrs. Harriet Bacon (D) 43 F NY NY NY MotherL
Albert S. Bennett 43 M NY NY NY Boarder Laborer Electrical Works
Glenroy H. Bacon 18 M NY NY NY BrotherL Cutter Knitting Mill
(Living on East Street) 
Bacon, Beatrice (I7293)
 
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He served in the Civil War.

1880 Federal Census of Williams, Northampton County, Pennsylvania
Henry Bassett 36 M PA NJ PA Head Work at Mouldry
Mary E. 28 F NJ NJ NJ Wife Keeping House
Harry R. 9 M PA PA NJ Son At home
Charles R. 6 M PA PA NJ Son At home
Clark L. 2 M PA PA NJ Son At home

1900 Federal Census of Easton, Northampton County, PA (12 Jun 1900)
Mary Basset 48 F Jan 1852 NJ NJ NJ Head (Wd)
Harry R. 29 M Mar 1871 PA NJ NJ Son Silk Weaver
Chas. R. 25 M Jun 1874 PA NU NJ Son Silk Weaver
Clark L. 22 M Mar 1878 PA NJ NJ Son Silk Weaver
Ray W. 11 M Jul 1888 PA NJ NJ Son At school
(Living at 119 No. 8th Street) (Married 30 years, 6 children, 4 living) 
Bassett, Henry (I9)
 
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Joseph Albert Bassett, son of George Albert and Nellie P. (Davis) Bassett, was born 14 Jan 1925 (SSDI) in New Hampshire. He died 2 May 1999 (SSDI) in New Hampshire. He is buried in Perry Cemetery in Colebrook, New Hampshire. He married Audrey. He also married Dorothy Richard Morphew.
Joseph enlisted 20 Jan 1944 in Manchester, New Hampshire. Education was listed as 1 year of college. 
Bassett, Joseph Albert (I59)
 
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Kenneth B. Bassett, son of Bernard Richard and Mary (Thomas) Bassett, was born 22 Dec 1918 (SSDI). He died 29 Oct 2002 (SSDI) in Wolcott, Wayne County, New York. He married Clara Harper for her 2nd husband. She had previously Richard Stottler and Diane Stottler.

The Times Union, Albany, New York, 24 Sep 1998
Clara Harper Bassett

WOLCOTT, NY - Clara Harper Bassett, age 84, of High Street, died in Strong Memorial Hospital on September 23, 1998. Predeceased by her parents, William Lawrence Harper and Clara Ann VanVieck. She is survived by her husband, Kenneth B. of 48 years; one son, Richard H. (Joyce) Stottler, Jr. of Cocoa Beach, FL; two daughters, Diane (Robert L.) Stottler Elder of Cocoa Beach, FL, Kathleen (Herman F.) Bassett Nied of Easton, PA; seven grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; two sisters, Adelia (Donald) Harper Crombach of Wolcott and Anne Harper Powers of Cocoa Beach, FL. Friends may call Friday 2-4 and 7-9 at the Colvin Robertson North Funeral Home in Wolcott. Funeral services will be Saturday 1 p.m. at the Wolcott Presbyterian Church. Interment Butler Center Cemetery. Contributions may be made in Mrs. Bassetts memory to the Wolcott Presbyterian Church or the Critical Care Unit at Strong Memorial Hosptial, 601 Elmwood Avenue, Rochester, NY 14842. 
Harper, Clara (I12475)
 
121
Marin Independent Journal
Wednesday, Sept. 1, 1999
Section B, pages 1 & 3

Renowned architect Chuck Bassett of Mill Valley dies at 77
Critic Allan Temko praised him as 'one of the finest' by Beth Ashley
IJ Senior features writer.

Edward Charles "Chuck" Bassett of Mill Valley, one of California's most distinguished architects, has died after a massive stroke. He was 77.
A man who shunned the limelight, Bassett designed some of San Francisco's best known buildings: the Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall, the Bank of America headquarters, the Crocker Galleria and the Industrial Indemnity building, his favorite.
He was the design partner of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill architectural firm in San Francisco for 21 years, until his retirement in 1981.
He died Saturday, following the stroke 10 days earlier.
"He was a brilliant designer," said Wally Costa of Lafayette, a former colleague. "His work was classic in its feeling, but at ths same time very contemporary. It was beautifully thought out and beautifully executed."
San Francisco architectural critic Allan Temko called Bassett "one of the finest architects ever to practice. He designed buildings all over this country and in several countries abroad: the Australian Mutual Provident Society complex in Melbourne, the Royal Dutch Shell headquarters in The Hague, and the U.S. Embassy complex in Moscow.
With all his accomplishments, he consistently refused newspaper interviews, preferring to live quietly with his family in Mill Valley, his home for 35 years. "He never through anyone was less or more than he," said his wife, Doris. "Everyone was a fellow human being."
Said San Francisco artist Mark Adams, who created tapestries for many of Bassett's buildings: "He was a man of great talent and modesty, interested in everything, a warm and private man who believed that the way to perfection was hard work."
Bassett was born in Port Huron, Mich., in 1921. As a teen-ager he often helped out in the office of his architect father.
He enrolled in architecture studies at the University of Michigan, but left during World War II to serve in the infantry. He was in combat throughout the South Pacific and was wounded on Okinawa.
Back home, he married Doris "Dory" West, a close friend since elementary school. "I had never thought about marrying him," she said, "but when I heard he was wounded, I just fell apart."
They returned to the University of Michigan, where both enrolled under the GI Bill; while he was in the Army, she had been a WAC.
Upon graduation from Michigan, Bassett was awarded the Alpha Rho Chi medal and was elected to Tau Sigma Delta and Phi Kappa Phi honorary scholastic fraternities.
In 1951, he received a master's degree in architecture from Crankbrook in Bloomfield Hills, Mich., where he was a member of Finnish architect Eliel Saarinen's last studio.
From 1950 to 1955, he served an architectural apprenticeship with Eliel's son, the world-famous Eero Saarinen, in his office in Bloomfield Hills.
Bassett then moved to San Francisco to join Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.
Among his designs for the firm were the Mauna Kea Beach Hotel in Kamuela, Hawaii, the San Francisco Opera House addition, the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseuam complex.
His work brought him many honors, among them the Brunner Prize in Architecture from the National Institute of Arts and Letters, the Award of Honor from the city and county of San Francisco, and the Maybeck Award from the California Council of the American Institute of Architects.
He was a fellow of the American Institute of Architects and an academician at the National Academy of Design.
He also served as architect-in-residence at the American Academy in Rome and on review panels and boards for the State Department, the University of Washington and the Bay Conservation and Development Commission.
Former colleague Dave Larson of San Mateo remembered Bassett as "a complete architect, interested in design and also the contruction aspect of every project. He was an inspiration to me and a great many others. He was an in-charge kind of person and, because of that, everyone learned a great deal from him. I had complete admiration for the man."
Bassett called himself "a contextual architect," interested in the complete marriage of a building to its site and the landscape around it.
He was also a tireless reader and assembled a collection of rare books on art, architecture and landscaping.
He loved boats from childhood, and in later years owned his own sailboat, which he berthed at the San Francisco Yacht Club in Belvedere. He was a fine sailor, according to his wife, but not a racer. "He loved the water and was not the least fearful of it."
Bassett is survived by his wife; four children - Christine Carlisle of San Francisco, Ann Bassett Wheelock of Tiburon, Joseph Antoine Bassett of Mill Valley and Peter Newton Bassett of Garberville - and three grandchildren.
In accordance with his wishes, no memorial service will be held.
The family suggest memorial contributions to "your favorite Bay Area museum."
(Allan Temko authored a wonderful obituary which appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle on Friday, Sept. 3, 1999, Section D, page 7) 
Bassett, Edward Charles "Chuck" (I52)
 
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News Press, Stillwater, Oklahoma, Jan 2008
Lila Gertrude Bassett

Lila Gertrude Bassett, age 92, of Yale, passed away Monday, Jan. 7, 2007, in the Drumright Nursing Home, Drumright. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday in the First United Methodist Church, Yale. Burial will be held in Lawson Cemetery. Arrangements are entrusted to Palmer Marler Funeral Home, Yale.

Lila was born to Tollef and Hilda (Brustad) Kvale Sept. 24, 1915, on the farm homestead northwest of Lake Mills, Iowa. She was baptized and confirmed in North Prairie Lutheran Church rural Lake Mills and attended country school then graduated from Lake Mills High School with the Class of 1933.

She married Pery Bassett Nov. 25, 1933, in the Little Brown Church in Nashua, Iowa. To this union two children were born. The couple farmed the old homestead of her father and mother taking care of them both until they passed away. Lila was an active member of the church, a choir member, taught Sunday school, and active member of the ladies aid and sewing circle. She also enjoyed quilting and crocheting.

Besides helping her husband, she worked for Nerby Pharmacy until they moved to Orange, Calif. There she worked at Palm Pharmacy on Harbor Blvd. in Anaheim until they decided to come back to Oklahoma to be near the family. In the fall of 1989, they moved to Yale to be near the family. Lila is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Darrell and Sharlene Low of Yale; grandchildren and spouses, Tom and Cynde Low, Terry and Connie Low, Trace Gee, Tammy and Mike Prince, Jerry and Jeri D. Bassett, Scott Bassett, Daniel and Sara Bassett and Lonnie Bassett; 19 great grandchildren and five great-great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, Percy; son, Victor Bassett; brothers, Selmer, Rudolph and Arnold Kvale; sisters, Tina Storby and Myrtle Schultz and sister in law, Delores Trytten.


News Press, Stillwater, Oklahoma, Jan 2008
Lila Gertrude Bassett

Lila Gertrude Bassett, age 92, of Yale, passed away Monday, Jan. 7, 2007, in the Drumright Nursing Home, Drumright. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday in the First United Methodist Church, Yale. Burial will be held in Lawson Cemetery. Arrangements are entrusted to Palmer Marler Funeral Home, Yale.

Lila was born to Tollef and Hilda (Brustad) Kvale Sept. 24, 1915, on the farm homestead northwest of Lake Mills, Iowa. She was baptized and confirmed in North Prairie Lutheran Church rural Lake Mills and attended country school then graduated from Lake Mills High School with the Class of 1933.

She married Pery Bassett Nov. 25, 1933, in the Little Brown Church in Nashua, Iowa. To this union two children were born. The couple farmed the old homestead of her father and mother taking care of them both until they passed away. Lila was an active member of the church, a choir member, taught Sunday school, and active member of the ladies aid and sewing circle. She also enjoyed quilting and crocheting.

Besides helping her husband, she worked for Nerby Pharmacy until they moved to Orange, Calif. There she worked at Palm Pharmacy on Harbor Blvd. in Anaheim until they decided to come back to Oklahoma to be near the family. In the fall of 1989, they moved to Yale to be near the family. Lila is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Darrell and Sharlene Low of Yale; grandchildren and spouses, Tom and Cynde Low, Terry and Connie Low, Trace Gee, Tammy and Mike Prince, Jerry and Jeri D. Bassett, Scott Bassett, Daniel and Sara Bassett and Lonnie Bassett; 19 great grandchildren and five great-great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, Percy; son, Victor Bassett; brothers, Selmer, Rudolph and Arnold Kvale; sisters, Tina Storby and Myrtle Schultz and sister in law, Delores Trytten. 
Kvale, Lila Gertrude (I12194)
 
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Obituaries
September 1999
Nathalie Bassett

Nathalie "Nat" Bassett, 78, of Vero Beach, Fla, died Sept. 4, at Palm Garden Nursing Home, after a prolonged illness. Nathalie was born Feb. 5, 1921, in Franklin, Ohio, and was a lifelong resident of Franklin, until moving to Vero Beach in 1983. She graduated from Franklin High School, in the Class of 1939, and she was a member of the high school band. Mrs. Bassett was retired from the GM Corp. accounting department, in Dayton, Ohio. She was a past member of the Order of the Eastern Star, of Franklin, the Franklin Golf Club, the Wildwood Golf Club, of Middletown, and Vista Royale Gold & Country Club, of Vero Beach.
Surviving are her husband of 60 years, Sam T. Bassett; one daughter, Patricia Anne Folck and her husband James, of Dayton. Two grandchildren, James C. Folck, of Andersonville, Tenn. and Susan Riedel, of LaFollette, Tenn. Four great grandchildren, Jeni and Chris Folck, and Amber and Nick Iredel.
Arrangements: A memorial service will be held at a later date. Cremation services were provided by Indian River Cremations, of Vero Beach.
Memorials: In lieu of flowers, the family suggested donations be made to the American Heart Association, 237 E. Marks St., Orlando, Fla, 23083, in Mrs. Bassett's memory. 
Ferguson, Nathalie (I49)
 
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Pasco Obituaries, 14 Jun 2001

BASSETT, John L., 75, of Zephyrhills, died June 12, 2001 at East Pasco Medical Center. He is survived by his wife, Beryl; five sons, John of Naples, Fla., Bill of Zephyrhills, Scott of Dracut, Mass.; Mathew and David of Lowell, Mass.; four daughters, Paula Clark of Dillon, Colo., Carol Bassett, Gail Crowther, and Ruth Ann Bassett, all of Zephyrhills; and nine grandchildren. He moved to the area ten years ago from his native Lowell, Mass. where he had been a superintendent for the City for thirty-five years. He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II and a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church, Zephyrhills. A funeral mass will be celebrated today at 10:30 a.m. at St. Joseph Catholic Church with Father John Hays as celebrant.

Kelly Memorial Funeral Home (813) 782-1535 
Bassett, John L. (I12889)
 
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Patricia Cecelia Krautner
Born in Blue Earh, MN on Sep. 15, 1915
Passed away Dec. 9, 2005 and resided in Greenfield, WI

Patricia C. Krautner (Nee Bassett), Found Peac Friday, December 9, 2005, at the age of 90. Beloved wife of George Krautner for 30 years. Cherished mother of Dennis (Alexis) Mielke, Dianne (Alan) Close, Frank (Pat) Mielke, Chuch (Karen) Mielke and daughter-in-law Marge Mielke. Precious grandmother of John (Deb) Mielke, Angela (Rob) Robins, Chris (Mike) Bushey, Phil Mielke, Jenny (Eric) Dobke, Matt (Shelly) Close, Natalie Close, Koreen Mielke, Eric (Suzanne) Mielke and Miek (Dianne) Mielke. Loving great-grandmother of Kaitlyn and Nathan Mielke, Craig and Elizabeth Robins, Kevin, Paul and Kurt Bushey, Laura and Thomas Dobke and Jeremy and Jessa Mielke. Fond sister-in-law of Gene (Betty) Mielke, Lorraine Simons, Anita Stott and Delores Krautner. Dear auntie of numerous nieces and nephews. Special longtime friend of Bernie Tourek, and Carol and Jack Dropp. Further survived by many other relatives and friends.

Pat was reunited with her parents, Fred and Mary Bassett, her first husband of 35 years, Mel Mielke, her son , Gary Mielke and her grandson, Mark Mielke. Being the last surviving member of her immediate family, Pat was also preceded in death by her four brothers, 5 sisters, many nieces, nephews and cousins.

Visitation Thursday, December 15 at St. Matthais Catholic Church, 9306 W. Beloit Rd., Milwaukee from 5-7 PM. The Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 7PM. Private burial. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to the charity of your choice.

Sincere thanks to all of Pat's caring nurses, aides, therapists and other staff members of Allis Care Center. 
Bassett, Patricia Cecilia (I12105)
 
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Richard J. Bassett Sr., 1934-2006 (Picture included)

ALTON - Richard J. Bassett Sr., 71, of 13C Spruce Terrace, died at his home on Sunday, April 23, 2006. He was born in Sandown, NH on October 29, 1934, the son of Raymond K. and Priscilla (Knights) Bassett.

Mr. Bassett was a long time resident of Alton. He retired from the Alton Town Highway Department and had been a member of the Alton Volunteer Fire Department and Alton Volunteer Ambulance. For years he rang the fire alarm every Saturday at 1pm, a long-held town tradition. He was an active member of the community and also served as the Alton Old Home Week Chairman. He was a member of the Winnipisaukee Masonic Lodge and Order of Eastern Star. He was a former resident of Northwood where he also served as a member of the Volunteer Fire Department.

He was predeceased by his parents, two brothers, Robert and Norman of Sandown and a sister Eva (Bassett) Phillips of Lancaster.

He is survived by his 6 chileren, Richard J. Bassett Jr. & Janet (Hanson) Bassett of Meredith, Benjamin Bassett and Donna (Lance) Bassett of Knoxville, TN, Lorraine and Bob Porter of Crawfordville, FL, Mary and Alan Barrett of ALton, Daniel Bassett of Concord, and April and Philip Martinez of Bradford, ME.

He was 1 of 16 children and is survived by 3 sisters and 9 brothers: Hazel Marlow of Sandown, Eleanor Bassett of Sandown, Mrs. Richard (Martha) Sargent of Springfield, VA, Charles Bassett of Newfields, Raymond S. Bassett of Boscawen, Donald Bassett of Northwood, Wendell Bassett of Epsom, William Bassertt of Greensborn, GA, David Bassett of East Hampstead, Kenneth Bassett, Carroll Bassett and Irving Bassett all of Sandown. He had 13 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren. He had numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.

A memorial service will be held in his honor at the Community Church of Alton on Church Street in Alton, NH on Sunday, May 7th at 2:30 pm. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to the Alton Fireman Association C/O Alton Fire Department, PO Box 472, Alton, NH 03809. Arrangements are in the care of Peaslee Alton Funeral Home, 12 School Street, Alton, NH. To express condolences, please visit: www.peasleefuneralhome.com. 
Bassett, Richard James Sr. (I83)
 
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The Daily Press, 18 December 2002

NEWPORT NEWS - Mrs. Walter Alfred Leyland Sr. (Eunice) died Dec. 16, 2002, in the James River Convalescent Center at age 93. She was a native of Isle of Wight County, Va. She came to Newport News in 1919, was a graduate of Newport News High School and Longwood College in Farmville. She is a retired teacher of the Newport News Public School System. She has been an avid worker in the4 congregation of Trinity United Methodist Church, Newport News for more than 70 years. She served as president of the Alpha Delta Kappa Eta Chapter, The Hampton China Painters, the Lady Lions and the Woman's Club of Newport News. She helped greatly in the USO during WWII. She is preceded in death by her husband, Walter, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Thomas Bassett, a brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Stafford L. Bassett, and a brother-in-law, Frank H. Beard St., also a sister-in-law, Winfred Leyland Chesnut. Surviving are her sons, Waltet Alfred Leyland Jr. and his wife, Shirley, and Thomas Bassett Leyland and his wife, Jody. Also surviving is a sister, Mrs. Frank Harmon Beard Sr. (Arnice); four granddaughters and one grandson; seven great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. A funeral service will be conducted 1 p.m. Friday, Dec. 20, at Trinity United Methodist Church in Newport News. Burial to follow at Greenlawn Cemetery. The family will receive friends 6:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home and friends are also encouraged to sign the family's guest book at www.parklawn-woodfuneralhome.com. Memorial contributions may be made to Trinity United Methodist Church, 228 29th St., Newport News, VA 23607. Arrangements are under the care of Parklawn-Wood Funeral Home, 2551 N. Armistead Ave., Hampton. 
Bassett, Eunice Louise (I299)
 
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The Hillsboro Argus
Thursday, August 5, 2004

Dwaine L. Bassett, 80, of Hillsboro died Sunday, Aug. 1, 2004.

A memorial will be at 2 p.m., Friday, Aug. 6 at Harvest Community Church, 21235 NW Quatama Rd., in Beaverton.

Private committal will be at Valley Memorial Park in Hillsboro.

Mr. Bassett was born July 5, 1924 in Napa, Idaho. He was a graduate of Ridgefield High School, Cascade College and Western Evangelical Theological Seminary.

He married Ethel Pierce on Oct. 24, 1992 in Hillsborog.

Mr. Bassett was the pastor for Happy Valley Evangelical Church from 1952 to 1954, professor at Cascade College in Portland from 1956 to 1962, Dean of Admissions at Seattle Pacific University from 1964 to 1968, consulted for various seminaries from 1968 to 1976 and Dean of Admissions for City University from 1976 until retirement in 1986. He lived in Hillsboro since 1992.

Mr. Bassett was a member of TOPS #864 in Aloha. He was the Past TOPS Chapter King and TOPS State King for 2000. He was also a member of the Hillsboro Elks Lodge.

Mr. Bassett was a U.S. Army veteran who served in Europe.

He enjoyed church and Sunday School, reading, photography and travel.

Survivors include his wife, daughter, Janet Smith of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, son Dr. Rod Bassett of Rochester, N.Y., step-daughters Donna Braun of Lake Oswego and Susan Larson of Aloha, step-son Robert Redfield of Loveland, Colo., sister Petty Pelton, 14 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

Remembrances may go to the Gideons or Harvest Community Church, 21235 NW Quatama Rd., Beaverton 97006.

Fir Law Mortuary in Hillsboro, 503-640-2277, is in charge of arrangements. 
Bassett, Dwaine L. (I6)
 
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The Kansas City Star, Missouri, 3 Oct 1992
Pauline F. Bassett

Pauline F. Bassett, 67, of Raytown, died Oct. 1, 1992, at Baptist Medical Center. Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday at St. Bernadette's Catholic Church; burial in Floral Hills Cemetery. Friends may call from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Sunday at Newcomer's Floral Hills Chapel, where the rosary will be said at 8 p.m. Mrs. Bassett was born in Centerville, Iowa, and lived in this area most of her life. She was a sales clerk for TG&Y Stores for 15 years, retiring in 1989. She was a Catholic. Survivors include her husband, Virgil J. Bassett of the home; a son, Jerry L. Bassett, Kansas City; a daughter, Mary Sue Peterson, Archie, Mo.; five sisters, Susie Kiesling, Raytown, Rose Mary Brooks, Greenwood in Jackson County, Clara Carter, Silver Springs, Nev., Mary DePlasita, Kansas City, and Nancy Rove, Independence; two grandchildren; and a great-grandson. 
Pauline (I314)
 
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The News-Sentinel, Fort Wayne, Indiana, 21 Sep 1996
Michael E. Bassett

Michael E. Bassett, 46, of Fort Wayne died Wednesday at home. The Fort Wayne native was owner of Bassett Construction Co. for 22 years and a member of Messiah Lutheran Church. Surviving are his wife, Gloria C.; a daughter, Michelle Yohey of Fort Wayne; sons, Aaron E. and Kyle E., both at home, and David Parkerson of Rhode Island; his father, Murray E. of Port Charlotte, Fla.; sisters, Marjorie E. Kock of Edmonds, Wash., Mary E. Adair, Malinda E. Hofrichter and Peggy E. Bassett, all of Fort Wayne, and Monica E. Koldyke of Columbia City; a brother, Matthew E. Sr. of New Haven; and two grandchildren. Services were today at D.O. McComb & Sons Maplewood Park Funeral home, 4017 Maplecrest Road. Burial was in Greenlawn Memorial Park. Memorials are to the family.
(Michael Bassett, born 27 Mar 1850 (SSDI), died 18 Sep 1996 (SSDI)) 
Bassett, Michael E. (I851)
 
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The Oregonian, Wed. 5 Apr 2006
Gail Moreland Bassett Roach

A graveside service will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday, April 12, 2006, in Rock Creek Cemetery in Needy for Gail Moreland Bassett Roach, who died March 16 at age 95.

Gail Moreland was born Nov. 26, 1910, in Portland. She graduated from Grant high School and Pacific University. She was a homemaker. In 1933, she married Clifford Bassett; he died in 1969. In 1982, she married Wendell Roach; he died in 1995.

Survivors include her son, Richard Bassett; stepdaughter, Jeanne Westenhouse; brother, Ferrin Moreland; and two grandchildren.

Arrangements by Portland Memorial. 
Moreland, Gail (I20)
 
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Union-News, Springfield, Massachusetts, 18 Jun 1999
Harold J. Bassett

The graveside funeral of Harold John Bassett, 77, of Brookside Circle, who died Tuesday at home, will be at noon today in Hillcrest Park Cemetery, Springfield. He leaves his wife, the former Dorothy M. MacGillivray; two sons, Robert W. of Essex Junction, Vt., and John D. of Los Angeles; and two daughters, Ellen M. Bassett of Fort Portal, Uganda, and Anne C. Bassett of Lacey, Wash. Sampson's Family Chapels of Springfield is in charge. 
Bassette, Harold John (I14789)
 
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Veale Creek Cemetery

Jane Robinson, died September 15, 1852, age 34 years, 6 months, 2 days.
Elias Robinson, died January 28, 1863, aged 51 years, 4 motnhs, 20 days.
Edwin P. Robinson, died December 10, 1855, age 18 years, 8 months.
John M. Robinson, died April 30, 1881, age 29 years, 3 months, 15 days, son of
E. & J. Robinson. 
Robinson, Edwin P. (I30)
 
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Veale Creek Cemetery

Jane Robinson, died September 15, 1852, age 34 years, 6 months, 2 days.
Elias Robinson, died January 28, 1863, aged 51 years, 4 motnhs, 20 days.
Edwin P. Robinson, died December 10, 1855, age 18 years, 8 months.
John M. Robinson, died April 30, 1881, age 29 years, 3 months, 15 days, son of
E. & J. Robinson. 
Robinson, John M. (I54)
 
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William Joseph Bassett, son of Joseph and Ann (Peters) Bassett, was christened 28 Nov 1813 in St. Clements, Sandwich, Kent, England. He died 5 Sep 1885, 14 Eden St., Bishopwearmouth, Durham, England. He married Susannah Cock. She was born about 1816 in Woodnesborough, Kent. She died 8 Oct 1895, Crown Hotel, Spennymoor, Durham, England.

1861 British Census of 4 Blandford St., South Bishop, Bishopwearmouth, Durham
Susannah Bassett 45 Wife Wordensborough, Kent
Susannah 14 Daughter Sunderland, Durham Scholar
Sarah 10 Daughter Sunderland, Durham Scholar
Mary 8 Daughter Sunderland, Durham Scholar
Hannah 5 Daughter Sunderland, Durham Scholar
William J. 1 Son Bishopwearmouth, Durham

1871 British Census of South Bishop, Bishopwearmouth, Durham
Susannah Bassett 55 M Head Wordensborough, Kent Master Mariners Wife
Sarah 20 F Daughter Sunderland, Durham
Mary 18 F Daughter Sunderland, Durham
Hannah 15 F Daughter Sunderland, Durham
William J. 11 M Son Sunderland, Durham
& 2 Lodgers

1881 British Census of 14 Eden St., Bishopwearmouth, Durham
William J. Bassett 67 M Head Sandwich, Kent Retired Ship Master
Sussanah 64 F Wife Wordensbrough, Kent
Wm. Joseph 21 M Son Sunderland, Durham Cabinet Maker
Thomas Mitchinson 23 M Lodger Newcastle, Northumberland Upholster 
Bassett, William Joseph (I5)
 
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William Joseph Bassett, son of Joseph and Ann (Peters) Bassett, was christened 28 Nov 1813 in St. Clements, Sandwich, Kent, England. He died 5 Sep 1885, 14 Eden St., Bishopwearmouth, Durham, England. He married Susannah Cock. She was born about 1816 in Woodnesborough, Kent. She died 8 Oct 1895, Crown Hotel, Spennymoor, Durham, England.

1861 British Census of 4 Blandford St., South Bishop, Bishopwearmouth, Durham
Susannah Bassett 45 Wife Wordensborough, Kent
Susannah 14 Daughter Sunderland, Durham Scholar
Sarah 10 Daughter Sunderland, Durham Scholar
Mary 8 Daughter Sunderland, Durham Scholar
Hannah 5 Daughter Sunderland, Durham Scholar
William J. 1 Son Bishopwearmouth, Durham

1871 British Census of South Bishop, Bishopwearmouth, Durham
Susannah Bassett 55 M Head Wordensborough, Kent Master Mariners Wife
Sarah 20 F Daughter Sunderland, Durham
Mary 18 F Daughter Sunderland, Durham
Hannah 15 F Daughter Sunderland, Durham
William J. 11 M Son Sunderland, Durham
& 2 Lodgers

1881 British Census of 14 Eden St., Bishopwearmouth, Durham
William J. Bassett 67 M Head Sandwich, Kent Retired Ship Master
Sussanah 64 F Wife Wordensbrough, Kent
Wm. Joseph 21 M Son Sunderland, Durham Cabinet Maker
Thomas Mitchinson 23 M Lodger Newcastle, Northumberland Upholster 
Cock, Susannah (I6)
 
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William M. Bassett
12/10/2003

William M. Bassett, 46, of New Bedford died Wednesday December 10, 2003. He was the husband of Manuela Gonsalves Nogueira Bassett.

Born in Boston, the son of the late Irving and Dolores (Silva) Bassett, he lived in Brockton before moving to New Bedford in 1991.

Survivors include his wife; 3 brothers, Michael, Win, and Terry; and 3 sisters, Bernadette, Connie, and Suzie.

His Funeral Service will be private.

Saunders-Dwyer Funeral Homes, 459 Park Street, New Bedford, MA 02740
(508) 994-0100 
Bassett, William M. (I99)
 
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Charles Robert Bassett, son of George B. and Polly (Glausier) Bassett, was born in 1881 in Macon, Bibb County, Georgia. He married Viola Shinholser.

1910 Federal Census of Macon, Bibb County, Georgia (26 Apr 1910)
Charles R. Bassett 29 M GA GA GA Head Woodworker Mfg Co.
Viola 29 F GA GA GA Wife
Mallory 7 M GA GA GA Son
Lynwood 4 M GA GA GA Son
(Married 8 years, 3 children, 2 living)
(Living at 149 William Street)

1920 Federal Census of 2nd ward, Macon, Bibb County, GA (30 Jan 1920)
Charles R. Bassett 34 M GA GA GA Head Carpenter Blind Factory
Emma V. 39 F GA GA GA Wife
Mallory E. 16 M GA GA GA Son Laborer Lumber Yard
Charles L. 13 M GA GA GA Son
Robert E. 8 M GA GA GA Son
Bernard W. 4 M GA GA GA Son 
Bassett, Charles Robert (I1030)
 
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Charles Robert Bassett, son of George B. and Polly (Glausier) Bassett, was born in 1881 in Macon, Bibb County, Georgia. He married Viola Shinholser.

1910 Federal Census of Macon, Bibb County, Georgia (26 Apr 1910)
Charles R. Bassett 29 M GA GA GA Head Woodworker Mfg Co.
Viola 29 F GA GA GA Wife
Mallory 7 M GA GA GA Son
Lynwood 4 M GA GA GA Son
(Married 8 years, 3 children, 2 living)
(Living at 149 William Street)

1920 Federal Census of 2nd ward, Macon, Bibb County, GA (30 Jan 1920)
Charles R. Bassett 34 M GA GA GA Head Carpenter Blind Factory
Emma V. 39 F GA GA GA Wife
Mallory E. 16 M GA GA GA Son Laborer Lumber Yard
Charles L. 13 M GA GA GA Son
Robert E. 8 M GA GA GA Son
Bernard W. 4 M GA GA GA Son 
Shinholser, Viola (I1033)
 
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Flint Journal, 26 Feb 2007
Homer E. Bassett

Bassett, Homer E. - Age 73, of Flint, died Saturday, February 24, 2007 at Brian's House in Davison. Mr. Bassett was born November 3, 1933 in Shaftsburg, MI, the son of Elias and Mabel Bassett. He servied his country with the U.S. Army from 1953 to 1955. In 1957 and 1958 Homer attended Bethel Coolege and in 1961 he graduated from God Bible School in Cincinnati, Ohio. He had worked for Dow Chemical Co. Mr. Bassett was a Minister for Missionary Church for 18 years, he also worked for Dow Chemical Co. Mr. Bassett was a Minister for Missionary Church for 18 years, he also worked for Camp Lakeview for 14 years and Carriage Town Ministries for 14 years. In 1956 Homer married Patricia Noel. They celebrated their 50th Anniversary last November and she survives him. Also surviving are: sons, Timothy (Nancy) Bassett, Philip (Cheryl) Bassett, Paul (Erika) Bassett; six grandchildren, Jordan, Rachel, Olivia, Alicia, Jacob and Luke Bassett. His four brothers also survive him, Ellsworth Bassett, Robert (Arlene) Bassett, Jerald (Pat) Bassett, Herald (Joyce) Bassett; and many nieces and nephews. Mr. Bassett was a foster parent to 56 children. Homer was preceded in death by : his parents; sister-in-law, Helen; and nephew, Daivd. Friends may visit the family from 2 to 5 and 6 to 9 PM Tuesday at Reigle Funeral Home Sunset Chapel. Mr. Bassett will lie in state at church from 10 AM Wednesday until the time of service. The funeral service will be 11 AM Wednesday, February 28, 2007 at Faith Missionary Church, 1327 N. Elms Rd., Flint. Pastor Tom Knight and Pastor Bill Barnwell will co-officiate. Burial will follow at Meadowview Memorial Gardens in Davison. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Carriage Town Ministries - Transition House or Brian's House. The family would like so send a special thank you for the wonderful staff at Brian's House in Davison. 
Bassett, Homer E. (I41)
 
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Newspaper Obit:Mrs. C.S. Painter died the Spokane Hospital July 4. She was a native ofIowa and was born October 1862 at Mt. Vernon.Mr. And Mrs. Painter came west in 1902 locating first at Hood River,Oregon and later came to Newport in 1912. Mrs. Painter was the motherof five children of whom four and her husband survive her. The childrenliving are Carl, Ola, Clarence, and Mrs. Thurman Smallwood. Her motherand sister live in Iowa.Internment in the Greenwood Cemetery.

St. Luke's Hospital

age 6

ED#21, page 18A, age 57

DEATH: Newspaper Obit: Mrs. C.S. Painter died the Spokane St. Luke's Hospital July 4. She was a native of Iowa and was born October 1862 at Mt. Vernon.Mr. And Mrs. Painter came west in 1902 locating first at Hood River,Oregon and later came to Newport in 1912. Mrs. Painter was the mother of five children of whom four and her husband survive her. The children living are Carl, Ola, Clarence, and Mrs. Thurman Smallwood. Her mother and sister live in Iowa. Internment in the Greenwood Cemetery.

BIOGRAPHY: 1870 US Census:
Mt. Vernon, Linn, Iowa Note: age 6

BIOGRAPHY: 1880 US Census:
Bloomfield, Davis, Iowa Occupation: Business card read "Our Native Herbs" (Info from Matty Bowers )

BIOGRAPHY: 1920 US Census:
Priest River, Bonner, Idaho Note: ED#21, page 18A, age 57 
St Clair, Fannie May (I826)
 
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BIOGRAPHY: 1850 US Census
Minor Horton, 32, M, Farmer, value $1100, born IN
Elizabeth, 30, F, KY
James M, 8, M, IN
State: IN County: Ripley County Township: Brown Township Year: 1850 Record Type: Federal Population Schedule Page: 300 Database: IN 1850 Federal Census. Taken 22 Aug 1850.
1860 US Census

BIOGRAPHY: 1870 US Census
James Horton,28, M, W, Birth IN, value $1000, farmer
Emily, 25, F, W, KY [1845]
Emily M, 5, F, W, KY [1865]
Martha, 3, F, W, KY [1867]
Daria, 11 mo, M, W, KY [July 1869] Census Microfilm Records: Kentucky, 1870 State: Kentucky County: TRIMBLE Locale: BURROWS DIST, Post Office Bedford. Series: M593 Roll: 501 Part: 1 Page: 207A, taken 8 June 1870

BIOGRAPHY: 1880 US Census 
Horton, James M. E. (I1120)
 
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!BIRTH: Gravestone gives birth year 1805. Age 46 at1850 census, age 55 on Owen County death record in Sep1858. Probably born between Jun and Sep 1803. Death record shows born Scott Co, KY.
!PARENTS: Ellen's (Nelly) marriage record gives father's name; David Criswell Sr will (P 329, Will Book 7, Henry Co, KY) names daughter "Nilla Claxton." Court probate records show Nilla's husband to be James Claxon.
!DEATH: Owen Co. death record shows died 25 SEP 1858 as a widow, born in Scott Co. KY, died in Owen Co, KY. Owen Co. Court Order Book F, p. 355, 16 Oct 1858, William Claxon appointed administrator for estate of Ellen Claxon, deceased; p. 393, 18 Apr 1859, inventory of property of Ellen ("Hellen") Claxon ordered recorded. Gravestone.

MARRIAGE: This is the Nelly CHRISWELL who married James CLACKTON on 25 OCT 1827 per Henry Co KY marriage records. Marriage records show father to be David CHRISWELL.

BURIAL: Gravestone in Carter Cemetery (3 mile north of Gratz Ky on hwy 355, R. Fitzgerald farm) shows born 1805, died 1858. Next to grave of James Claxon showing b. 1805, d. 1884 (but husband James b. 1805/6, d. 1843). Gravestone info from transcription made by Sandy Smith. Will of father (David Criswell Sr.) names daughter as "Nilla Claxton." Marriage record names her as "Nelly." 1844 deed names her "Eleanor." Most records use "Ellen."

BIOGRAPHY: 1810 Census
Scott Co Ky, p. 187b/653, line 16, enumerated on 5 Dec 1810 (03101-31101-00), with parents.
1850 Census
Owen Co KY, dist 1, p. 216/492, farmer, age 46, b. Ky (with children, no husband).

BIOGRAPHY: TAX LIST (Owen Co KY)
1844: Not found.
1845: 50 acres Ky River, 3 children
1846: 105 acres Ky River, 3 children
1847-1849: Lists missing
1850-1858: 105 (or 106) acres Ky River
1859: Not found
1860, 1861, and 1864: 100-106 acres Ky River by William Claxon, administor of Ellen Claxon estate.

BIOGRAPHY: DEEDS
1844, 14 Aug, Eleanor Claxon, one of the children and heirs of David Criswell dec'd, and John C. Bates, sold their undivided interest in 298 acres on Six-Mile Creek of which David Criswell died possessed to Joel Clubb for $100 (to Eleanor) and $217.35 (to John Bates). Bates' interest acquired from Will and David Criswell, Jan 1844 (Henry Co deed book 21, p. 61).
1871, Ellen Claxon estate sold 1/5 interest in 108 acres to Levi Jones (Owen Co. Deed Book V, p 41). 
CRISWELL, Eleanor (Ellen) (I11877)
 
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1841 British Census of Slawston, Leicestershire
George Bassett 30 M Carpenter & Joiner Born in County
Ann 35 F Born in County
William 8 M Born in County
Edward 4 M Born in County

1851 British Census of Slawston, Leicestershire
George Bassett 41 M Head Slawston, Leicester Joiner
Ann 48 F Wife Welham, Leicester
Edward 14 M Son Slawston, Leicester Errand Boy 
Bassett, George (I32)
 
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1880 Federal Census of Owego, Tioga County, New York
Dryden B. Gallinger 53 F NY MD MD Head Keep House
Mary I. Bassett 32 F NY NY MD Daughter Keep House
James Bassett 33 M NY EN NY Son
Willie C. 4 F NY NY NY Daughter
John Sears 23 M NY NY NY SonL At Home
Catharine 22 F NY NY NY Daughter At Home
Mary Ann Riley 18 F NY NY NY Other Servant 
Bassett, James A. (I44)
 
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48B314.6. James Russell Bassett, son of John William Bassett

James Russell Bassett, son of John William and Martha Ann (Corley) Bassett, was born in 1844/5 in Georgia. He married (1) Martha "Mattie" Virginia Hamlin. She was born in 1846. He married (2) Sarah Lenora Watson. They are both buried in Ebenezer Church Cemetery in Bibb County, Georgia.
J.R. Bassett was a private in Company G, 62nd Regiment Georgia Volunteer Cavalry; later shows as J.R. Bassett, private, Company G, 8th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Cavalry. He enlisted 1 Jan 1864 at Busbyville by Capt. P. Gray for a period of 3 years.
He was captured near Greenville, North Carolina on 18 Feb 1865 and was sent to Military Prison at Camp Hamilton in Virginia. He was released 23 Jun 1865 at Point Lookout, Maryland. His POW record shows he had fair complexion, dark brown hair, blue eyes and was 5'5 1/4" tall. His pension application states that he was supported by his brother and children and lived in Bibb County, Georgia at the time he applied and owned nothing.

1880 Federal Census of Russelville, Monroe County, Georgia (10 Jun 1880)
James R. Bassett 35 M GA GA GA Head Farmer
Virginia 35 F GA GA GA Wife Keeping house
Martha 11 F GA GA GA Daughter
William 5 M GA GA GA Son
Jasper 3 M GA GA GA Son
John 1 M GA GA GA Son 
Bassett, James Russell (I440)
 
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BIOGRAPHY: Minnie M., a graduate of the Marion high school, after which she engaged in teaching for two years, is now the wife of Claude C. Scott and has two children,--Clifford H. and Helen L. Clifford (Linn Co., IA Bios)

BURIAL: Oak Shade cemetery in Marion, IA
Linnwood Cem, Cedar Rapids, Linn Co, Iowa (US GenWeb) 
Kerns, Minnie Myrtle (I1893)
 
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Richmond Times Dispatch, Virginia, August 2, 1953
Robert F. Bass

Robert Frederick Bass, an employee of the Southern Railway System for 35 years until his retirement in 1938, died Saturday at his home 5914 Rois Rd., Chamberlayne Heights. He was a member of Cowardin Avenue Christian Church, the Brotherhood ofocomotive Engineers and the Richmond Nest of Owls. Surviving are one son, E. Carrington Bass, one daughter, Miss Erlene A. Bass, and two sisters, Mrs. Irene Jones and Mrs. W.W. Houchens, all of Richmond. A funeral service will be held at 4 P.M. Sunday at Joseph W. Bliley Funeral Home, with burial in Maury Cemetery.
 
Bass, Robert Frederick (I56570)
 
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"In the 34th year of the reign of Edward I his lordship was in the expedition made against the Scots,in the retinue of Almere de Valence Duke of Pembroke and being subsequently engaged in the same service ,he was slain at the battle of Strevelyn.He was succeeded by his son(,then in minority) whose wardship was granted to Richard de Grey"

A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. Burke,John and Burke,John Bernard MDCCCXLVII LONDON. Vol 1 A-L 
1st Lord Bassett, Sir Ralph of Weldon (I3081)
 
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About the middle of the sixteenth century, the family of Basset became divided into two branches; the Devonshire branch descended from John, elder son of Sir John Basset, by Honora Grenville, which branch became extinct, in the male line, by the death of Francis Basset, Esq., about the year 1796; and the Cornish branch descended from George, younger son of Sir John and Honora above-mentioned. Before the separation of the branches, this ancient family had married the heiresses of Balun, Walleis, Helligan (fn. 8) , Beaumont, and Budockside. Since that separation, the Cornish branch has married the heiresses of Delbridge, Hele, and Pendarves, and coheiresses of Spencer and Prideaux. By the coheiress of Spencer there was no issue. Francis Basset, Esq., the immediate descendant and male representative of the Bassets of Devonshire and Cornwall, was created a baronet in 1779, and in 1796 a baron, by the title of Lord de Dunstanville, of Tehidy Park, in the county of Cornwall, to him and the heirs-male of his body: in 1797, he was created also Lord Basset of Stratton, with remainder, in default of his own issue-male, to Frances, his only daughter, and her issue male.

From: 'General history: Nobility, earldom and ennobled families', Magna Britannia: volume 3: Cornwall (1814), pp. LXXII-LXXVIII. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=50614. Date accessed: 21 August 2008. 
Bassett, Sir John (I3229)
 

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