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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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BIOGRAPHY: 1895 Iowa State Census
Carl St Care Painter Age: 11 Race: W Birthplace: Davis Iowa Residence: Cleveland, Davis

BIOGRAPHY: 1900 US Census
Chester S Painter Home in 1900: Fox River, Davis, Iowa Age: 43 Estimated birth year: 1857 Birthplace: Ohio Race: White Relationship to head-of-house: Head
Carl Painter Home in 1900: Lynn Grove, Jasper, Iowa Age: 15 Estimated birth year: 1885 Birthplace: Iowa Race: White Relationship to head-of-house: Son

BIOGRAPHY: 1910 US Census
Carl S Painter Age in 1910: 26 Estimated birth year: abt 1884 Birthplace: Iowa Home in 1910: Hillyard, Spokane, Washington. Race: White Gender: Male
During the 1910 Census George Walker, age 6, lived with the Painter family. He was born in England.
Image Source: Year: 1910; Census Place: Hillyard, Spokane, Washington; Series: T624; Roll: 1669; Page: 283A; Enumeration District: 207; Part: 2; Line: 5.

BIOGRAPHY: 1920 US Census
Carl S Painter, 36 years Estimated birth year: abt 1884 Birthplace: Iowa. White. Home owned, Married Able to read: Yes Able to Write: Yes Mother's Birth Place: Iowa Father's Birth Place: Ohio.
Abbie Painter, 28, Wife, Estimated birth year: abt 1892 Birthplace: England Race: White Female Married, Year of immigration: 1904 Able to read: Yes Able to Write: Yes Mother's Birth Place: England Father's Birth Place: England
Ivan Painter, 7, Estimated birth year: abt 1913 Birthplace: Washington. White : Male Marital status: Single Relation to Head of House: Son Mother's Birth Place: England Father's Birth Place: Iowa
Grover Painter, 5 years Estimated birth year: abt 1915 Birthplace: Idaho. White Male Marital status: Single Relation to Head of House: Son Mother's Birth Place: England Father's Birth Place: Iowa
Edwin Painter, 4 years 3 months Estimated birth year: abt 1915 Birthplace: Ohio. White Male Marital status: Single Relation to Head of House: Son Mother's Birth Place: England Father's Birth Place: Iowa
Clarence Painter, 2 years 3 months Estimated birth year: abt 1917 Birthplace: Washington. White Male Marital status: Single Relation to Head of House: Son Mother's Birth Place: England Father's Birth Place: Iowa
Doretha Painter, 6 months Estimated birth year: abt 1919 Birthplace: Washington Race: White Home in 1920: Hillyard, Spokane, Washington Sex: Female Marital status: Single Relation to Head of House: Daughter Mother's Birth Place: England Father's Birth Place: Iowa

BIOGRAPHY: Image Source: Year: 1920; Census Place: Hillyard, Spokane, Washington; Roll: T625_1940; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 137; Image: 331.

BIOGRAPHY: 1930 US Census
Carl S Painter, 46, Estimated birth year: abt 1884 Birthplace: Iowa Relation to head-of-house: Head Spouse's Name: Abbie G Painter Race: White Home in 1930: Northside, Bonner, Idaho
Abbie G Painter, 39, Estimated birth year: abt 1891 Relation to head-of-house: Wife Spouse's Name: Carl S Painter
Ivan C Painter, 18, Estimated birth year: abt 1912 Relation to head-of-house: Son
Grover C Painter, 16, Estimated birth year: abt 1914 Relation to head-of-house: Son
Edwin E Painter,14, Estimated birth year: abt 1916 Relation to head-of-house: Son
Margaret A Painter, 6, Estimated birth year: abt 1924 Relation to head-of-house: Daughter
Robert W Painter, 4, Estimated birth year: abt 1926 Relation to head-of-house: Son
Image source: Year: 1930; Census Place: Northside, Bonner, Idaho; Roll: 396; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 35; Image: 1020.0. 
Painter, Carl St. Clair (I1779)
 
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BIOGRAPHY: Some information from Ancestry.com file of Todd Parks

DEATH: From obituary. Have not verified this date. 
Turner, Hannah Belle (I6480)
 
156 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1406)
 
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HITCHAM MANOR, which before the Conquest had been held by Haming, a thegn of Edward, was assessed in 1086 as 6 hides of the lands of Miles Crispin. (fn. 9) His possessions became united with those of Robert Doyley (de Oilgi, d'Ouilly) in the honour of Wallingford, (fn. 10) to which Hitcham is found attached as late as 1528

From: 'Parishes: Hitcham', A History of the County of Buckingham: Volume 3 (1925), pp. 231-235. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=42551&strquery=d'Ouilly. Date accessed: 22 August 2008.

Robert d'Ouilly came to England 1066,was made Baron of HookNorton,co Oxon.Had large grants of land in that and other counties.Founded Oxford Castle 1071.Died 1090.

The Topgrapher and Genealogist.John Gough Nichols 1846 
D'Ouilly, Robert Baron of Hooknorton (I3239)
 
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MARRIAGE: Married: 9 MAR 1881 in Davis, Iowa
Note: Married at the home of William St. Clair



BIOGRAPHY:
1880 US Census

BIOGRAPHY: 1895 Iowa State Census:
Chester Painter, 37, Race: W Birthplace: Davis Iowa
Fanne Painter, 32, Race: W Birthplace: Davis Iowa
Carl St Care Painter, 11, Race: W Birthplace: Davis Iowa
William Oler Painter, 9, Race: W Birthplace: Davis Iowa
Thomas Char?? Painter, 5, Race: W Birthplace: Davis Iowa
May Ruth Painter, 1, Race: W Birthplace: Davis Iowa
for Cleveland, Davis, Iowa

BIOGRAPHY: 1900 US Census
Chester S Painter, 43, Estimated birth year: 1857, Birthplace: Ohio, Race: White Relationship to head-of-house: Head, Married 19 years, father born OH, mother VA. Farmer
Fannie M, 37, Wife, Oct 1862, had 5 children, 5 living. born Iowa, father Ohio, mother IN.
Carl S, 17, Son, May 1883, born IA
Olar W., 14, Son, Dec 1886, IA
Clarence T, 10, Son, Aug 1889, IA
May R., 7, Dau, Apr 1893, IA
Raymon R., 4, Son, Nov 1896, IA
Image source: Year: 1900; Census Place: Fox River, Davis, Iowa; Roll: T623 427; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 5. Taken 5 June 1900.

BIOGRAPHY: 1910 US Census
Charles S Painter, 53 Estimated birth year: abt 1857 Birthplace: Ohio, White Male
Image Source: Year: 1910; Census Place: Wyacondah, Davis, Iowa; Series: T624; Roll: 399; Page: 140B; Enumeration District: 16; Part: 3; Line: 26.

BIOGRAPHY: 1920 US Census
Chester S Painter, 62, Head, Estimated birth year: abt 1858 Birthplace: Ohio. White Male Home Rented, Male, Married, Able to read: Yes Able to Write: Yes Mother's Birth Place: North Carolina Father's Birth Place: Ohio.
Fannie M, 57, Wife, WF, born Iowa, father Ohio, mother Indiana.
William O, 35, Son, Iowa
Clarence J., 30, Son, Iowa
Image Source: Year: 1920; Census Place: Priest River,Northside, Bonner, Idaho; Roll: T625_289; Page: 18A; Enumeration District: 21; Image: 171.Taken 6 Feb 1920.

BIOGRAPHY: 1930 US Census
Chester S Painter, 73, Estimated birth year: abt 1857 Birthplace: Ohio Relation to head-of-house: Head Race: White
T Clarence Painter, 40, Son, Estimated birth year: abt 1890
Image source: Year: 1930; Census Place: Northside, Bonner, Idaho; Roll: 396; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 35; Image: 1020.0.Priest River, Bonner, Idaho Occupation: Logging Industry

BIOGRAPHY: Chester Painter joined the Independent Order of Oddfellows on Feb. 5,1907. Chester served as Noble Grand (President) of Newport Lodge No.180 in 1925 and was presented a 30 year veteran jewel Number 5170 onJanuary 21, 1938.
Initiated in Loveland Lodge #36, IOOF, took withdrawal card from Loveland Lodge, IOOF, deposited withdrawal card in Imperial Lodge # 134. IOOF, ook a withdrawal card from Imperial Lodge, IOOF, deposited withdrawal card with Newport Lodge #180, IOOF

BIOGRAPHY: Ancestry.com: Families of Logan and Surrounding Counties, Contact: Sara Daino
Name: Jacob Painter Sex: M Birth: 1823 in Logan Co., OH Father: Joshua Painter b: ABT 1806Mother: Lydia Lewallen Lewelling b: 1808 in NJ
Marriage 1 Martha Gay Gray b: 1834 in Logan Co., OH
Children
Emily Painter b: 1853 in Logan Co., OH
Chester Painter b: 1857 in Logan Co., OH
Marietta Painter b: 1859 in Logan Co., OH
Malissa Painter b: 1860 in Logan Co., OH 
Painter, Chester S. (I1514)
 
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McCurtain Gazette, Wednesday, September 11, 1935
Mrs. F.A. Bass Died Friday Afternoon
Interment Was Had At Paytonville Cemetery, Ashdown, Ark.

Mrs. F. A. Bass, 74, died Friday afternoon at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. Herbert Dooley, in this city, and the remains were laid to rest at Paytonville cemetery at Ashdown, Ark., Saturday afternoon.

Mrs. Bass had been ill for several weeks, and little hope had been entertained for recovery. She came to this city about fourteen years ago from Ashdown, Ark., where she had resided for many years. She had many friends, both in Ashdown and Idabel. She was a consistent member of the First Methodist church, of this city, and was a splendid woman.

Funeral services were held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Dooley Saturday morning at 10 o'clock, conducted by Rev. J. O. Peterson, pastor of the First Methodist church, assisted by Rev. Bert G. Jones, pastor of the First Presbyterian church. A large concourse attended the funeral, and the floral offerings were most beautiful. Mrs. E. E. Keys, Mrs. Dorothy Holman, F. E. Wade, and Earl Hendrix sang "Must Jesus Bear The Cross Alone," "Asleep In Jesus" and "In The Sweet Bye and Bye."

Mrs. Bass is survived by four daughters, Mrs. B. H. Baggarly, DeQueen, Ark.; Mrs. John Medley, Mrs. J. Herbert Dooley and Mrs. Lawrence Anderson, Idabel; two sons, Joe Bass and Delphen Bass, Ashdown, Ark.; nineteen grandchildren and two sisters, Mrs. Ella Moon, Lockhart, Texas, and Mrs. Mary Keith, Tulsa.

Pallbearers were: Robert Whiteman, Carl Griffin, Horace Hamilton, Herman Smith, C. A. Sasser and Verlie Hall.

The remains were taken to Paytonville cemetery by Chappell funeral home.

 
Chewning, Fannie Adams (I49213)
 
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Phillips Family History
Chapter XV
Martha Philips (Mrs. Cadar Bass)

Martha Philips, daughter of Benjamin and Lydia, married Cadar Bass, a prominent Wilson County farmer. They lived in the eleventh district of Wilson County, Tennessee. The author has been unable to locate their tomb-rocks and to learn the datesf their births and deaths.
The name Cadar Bass occurs frequently in the Court records of Wilson County during the first half of the nineteenth century, but since there were two and perhaps three landowners of that name living in the county during that period, it is diffiult to segregate those records applying to the Cadar Bass treated in this chapter. In fact, when the author was getting the early laeds on the various lines in the genealogy, he found in the County Court Wills and Inventories Records of Wilson County where the estate of Cadar Bass was wound up in 1858, secured the name of Cadar?s children from his will, and worked for several weeks on the wrong line. It was somewhat by accident that he discovered that two men by the name of Cadar Bass died in Wilson County in the same years, and that he had begun tracing the descendants of the unrelated family.
Dower in Cadar Bass? farm in the Eleventh District of the county was allotted to his widoe, Martha, and the balance of the farm was partitioned among his five children, Elizabeth Smith, Mary Neal, John Cadar, L.H. and Norvel.
One hundred sixteen descendants of Cadar and Martha are traced in this chapter, 77 of whom are living.
 
Phillips, Martha (I60396)
 
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Rader Funeral Home, December 4, 2015
W.E. ?Bill? Bass

Services for W.E. ?Bill? Bass, 86, of Kilgore will be held on Monday, December 7, 2015 at 10 a.m. at the Forest Home Baptist Church under the direction of Rader Funeral Home in Kilgore. Interment will follow the service in the Kilgore City Cemetery. Family will receive friends at the funeral home on Sunday from 3 until 5 pm.

W. E. ?Bill? Bass was born in his family home in Smith County, Texas on June 11, 1929, and died at the age of 86 in his home in Kilgore on December 4, 2015 surrounded by family and friends. Bill?s family moved to Kilgore when he was in high school. His father, Harvey Bass, started building homes in 1949, and Bill wanted to join him in construction at the age of 16, but he did not qualify under the union rules. Bill attended Kilgore College for two years and was required by the union to do a four year apprenticeship before he could begin work as a journeyman carpenter. Bill persevered with the union as they continued to challenge him by answering a long list of questions, and the union finally gave in and Bill became a journeyman carpenter in 1950, working alongside his father until Harvey retired. Bill carried on the family business as Bill Bass Construction and truly never retired as he was building one last home when he became ill a few months ago. Bill was a self-taught draftsman and has drawn thousands of plans for homes, commercial buildings, schools, and church buildings, most of which he built himself or supervised the construction.

In 1974, Bill fell through a roof in Kilgore which left him a paraplegic. That did not stop him from continuing to share his talent of drawing plans and construction for many more years. He was a master builder and his talents were sought by thousands. Bill wheeled his way through life in his wheelchair with no complaints, with a deep conviction, and with so much knowledge and wisdom that he shared with his family and the many friends that he mentored.

In 1999 Bill was an integral part of starting Habitat for Humanity in Kilgore. Through his fundraising efforts along with many other folks, Habitat has never had to purchase a single lot, and has built more than 13 homes that are occupied by grateful people. Bill also served on the City of Kilgore Planning and Zoning Committee. The City had wanted him to serve for many years, but he advised them that he could not serve because there was no wheelchair access to City Hall. So the City built a handicapped ramp access, which he supervised, and Bill then served on the Committee and as Director, for more than 30 years.

Bill loved football and was an avid Kilgore Bulldog fan - attending as many games as possible both in and out of town, along with numerous friends who made sure he was able to attend. Bill was an active member of Danville Masonic Lodge #101, and a Deacon at Forest Home Baptist Church since 1968.

Bill was preceded in death by his wife of over 60 years, Barbara ?Bobbie? Bass, as well as his parents, Harvey and Mildred Bass, his brother Wilson Bass, and his sister, Reba McKee. Bill is survived by his son Mark Bass and his wife Lindy Bass of Kilgore; his daughter Javan Johnson and her husband, Brett Johnson, of Longview; his grandchildren Kala Davis and her husband Michael Davis of Enola, Pennsylvania, Marissa Bass-Stroud and her husband, Ben Stroud of Toledo, Ohio, Jalayna Davis and her husband, Josh Davis of Kilgore; and Cameron Johnson of Longview; and his great grandchildren, Bragan Davis, Ryken Davis, Sydney Davis, Payton Davis, Raegan Davis and Bramwell Bass-Stroud; his niece Deborah Mobbs and her husband Lenny Mobbs of Longview; and enumerable extended family and friends.

The family thanks Bill?s caregivers, Patricia Ray and Madge Penny, for the loving and tender care they gave him in the past few months. They also thank The Hospice of East Texas for all of the support and care given to him and the family in his final days.

Bill shared his love of building with many mission projects through the years. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to: Brush With Kindness Projects, P. O. Box 2315, Kilgore, Texas 75662 which works in coordination with Habitat for Humanity to build handicap ramps and other minor home repairs for those in need; or, Texas Baptist Missions Foundation, 7557 Rambler Road, Suite 1200, Dallas, Texas 75231.

 
Bass, William Earl (I49318)
 
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Source Media Type: Census 
Source (S33)
 
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The Malone Farmer, Wednesday, November 2, 1910

FAYETTE-BESSETTE – At Notre Dame church, Oct. 31, Mrs. Edward Fayette, and Miss Nellie Bessette, both of Malone.
The happy couple were attended by Wallace Fayette and Miss Robare. The groom is a barber by trade and a son of the late Vital Fayette, the bride is a sister of Noel Bessette and both have many friends who wish them every happiness. Their honeymoon was spent with friends in the city of Plattsburgh. 
Bessette, Nellie (I2843)
 
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Bassett, Ralph of Drayton (I3193)
 
165 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I00579)
 
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Wayne County, Michigan, died 31 Dec 1929 in Nankin Township,
Wayne County, Michigan. He was buried on 3 Jan 1930 in Livonia
Cemetery, Livonia, Wayne County, Michigan. See obit below.

+ 165B1411. Roger Lloyd Mielbeck - born 23 Sep 1931, died 17 Mar 2002,
marrie Joan Barnes.

+ 165B1412. Arlene Joyce Mielbeck - born 19 Dec 1935, died 23 Nov 1963,
married George Wayne Haynes Jr. on 6 Oct 1956 in Coolspring
Township, LaPorte County, Indiana.

The News Dispatch, Michigan City, Indiana, Sunday, 18 Sep 1994

Iva R. Mielbeck, 89, LaPorte, died at 1:45 a.m. Saturday, 17 Sep, 1994 at LaPorte Hospital. The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Haverstock Chapel with the Rev. Charles Hunt officiating. Burial will be in Patton Cemetery, LaPorte. Friends may call from 3 to 8 p.m. Monday and until the service Tuesday at the funeral chapel.
Mrs. Mielbeck was born 8 Aug. 1905, in Detroit, the daughter of Floyd and Mabel (Chillson) Bassett. On 24 Jun, 1924, in Island Lake, MI, she married Henry Mielbec, who died 29 Nov. 1959. Survivors include two sons, Wesley Mielbeck, LaPorte, and Roger (Joan) Mielbeck, LaPorte; four grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; four sisters, Margaret Schmitt, Evansville, IN, Vera Trost Spring Hill, FL, Sybil Johnson, Kaleva, MI, and Shirley Zeese, New Port Richey, FL. She was preceded in death by one daughter, Arlene Haynes, one son, Floyd, one sister and one brother.
Mrs. Mielbeck was a nurse's adie for 17 years t Pine Lake Hospital. She resided in LaPorte for 50 years, coming from Detroit. She was a member of Hillcrest Methodist Church, Michigan City, IN, and of Restless Rovers Camping Club.
Iva R. Mielbeck was placed next to her husband Henry and daughter Arlene Haynes in Patton Cemetery and near her sister Ethel Robertson. 
Bassett, Iva Ruth (I60)
 
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+ 129B55. Anita Maria Bassett - born 1919 in Wheeling, West Virginia,
married (1) John Sherman Gaskill (2) Robert Barnhard Canary.

129B56. Charles William Bassett - born in 1923 in Kokomo, Howard County,
Indiana, lives in Kokomo, Indiana in Sep 2001. He had two sons,
Creighton and Jeffery.

129B57. Robert J. Bassett - died in Kokomo, Indiana, had two sons.

129B58. Elizabeth Ann Bassett - goes by Betty, lives in Columbus,
Ohio in Aug 2000.



Kokomo Tribune, Monday April 9, 1979
Robert J. Bassett

Robert J. Bassett, 55, 1501 Maplewood Drive, died Sunday afternoon, April 8, 1979, in St. Joseph Memorial Hospital.
Born march 21, 1924, in Kokomo, he was the son of Clifford and Effa (Stackhouse) Bassett. He was married June 8, 1946 to Mary Ann Butler, who survives.
He was a member of St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church and American Legion Post 6. He was employed by Stellite Division and was a veteran of World War II.
Also surviving are two sons, Ronald W. Bassett of Fort Wayne and Dan Bassett of Murfreesboro, Tenn.; four brothers, Clifford Bassett of Clearwater, Fla., Jack Bassett of West Palm Beach, Fla., William Bassett of Kokomo and John Paul Bassett of Chicago; three sisters, Anita Canary and Betty Bassett, both of Columbus, Ohio, and Mary Margaret Wyake of Fredericksburg, Texas; and two grandchildren.
Private graveside services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday I nMemorial Park Cemetery with Monsigner Henry Ward officiating. Friends may call at Fena Funeral Home from 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday. 
Bassett, Robert J. (I36)
 
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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) 
Mary E. (I10)
 
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Harrison Daily Times, Arkansas, February 6, 2022
Brenda Irene Bass
1959 ? 2022

Brenda Irene Bass, age 62, of Olvey, passed away Friday, Feb. 4, 2022, at her home with family by her side. She was born Feb. 15, 1959, in Waterloo, Iowa to Leo Barker and Ola (Dixon) Barker. She is preceded in death by her parents; one brother, Leo Barker Jr.; and one nephew, Raymond Howard Jr.
Brenda loved her grandkids more than anything. She also enjoyed listening to music, attending church, and mowing the yard. She will be dearly missed by all who knew her.
She is survived by her loving husband, Glen Bass of Olvey; three sons, Jason and his wife Kelly Smith of Pyatt, Brandon Smith of Olvey, and David Bass of Rock Hill, South Carolina; two daughters, Amanda and her husband Deriek Bangs of Bergman and Amanda Bagley of Rock Hill, South Carolina; five sisters, Mary Ann Shaffer of Alpena, Gail Howard of Rogers, Gwenda Fryar of Green Forest, Tereasa Marshall of Green Forest, and Pam Barker of Green Forest; twelve grandchildren; six great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and a host of other family and friends.
Visitation will be 6-8 p.m., Monday, Feb., 2022, at Roller-Christeson Funeral Home.
Funeral Service will be 10 a.m., Tuesday, Feb. 8, 2022, at Alpena Church of Christ with Dennis Bass officiating.
Burial will be at Hasty Cemetery in Newton County.
Pallbearers will be Hayden Tinsley, Robert Fields, Jacob Cambell, Danny Barker, Brandon Smith, and Jason Smith.
Honorary pallbearers are David Bass, Deriek Bangs, Shane Bass, and Marcus Fields.
 
Barker, Brenda Irene (I61829)
 
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!BIRTH: 1850 census Owen Co KY, dist 1.
!PARENTS: 1850 census Owen Co KY, dist 1.
!MARRIAGE: "Ky Ancestors" Autumn 1984, Query. 
MEEK, Jesse (I11893)
 
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!BIRTH: 1850 census Owen Co KY, dist 1.
!PARENTS: 1850 census Owen Co KY, dist 1. 
MEEK, William H. (I11890)
 
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!BIRTH: 1850 census Owen Co KY, dist 1; records of C. Price Meek.
!PARENTS: 1850 census Owen Co KY, dist 1.
!MARRIAGE: Records of C. Price Meek.
!DEATH: Records of C. Price Meek. 
MEEK, James M. (I11894)
 
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!BIRTH: Estimated.
!DEATH: Records of Kristina (Claxon) Stearley. 
Culver, Mary Elizabeth (I14491)
 
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!BIRTH: Estimated.
!MARRIAGE: "Ky Ancestors" Autumn 1984, Query. 
Spencer, Levi (I14657)
 
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!BIRTH: Estimated.
!MARRIAGE: Carroll Co KY bond book 2, p. 376 (7 Sep 1865 was date of bond, but no certificate was shown). 
Irwin, T. L. (I14484)
 
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!BIRTH: Estimated.
!MARRIAGE: Granddaughter, Ann McReynolds of St. Louis, MO. 
McReynolds (I14618)
 
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!BIRTH: Estimated.
!MARRIAGE: Inferred from family group sheet for Cassius and Harriet Claxon at DAR.

BIOGRAPHY: Remote Cemetery , Ripley County Indiana This is a small cemetery located in Ripley County, Indiana in what is called Elrod. The only way I know to get to it is located on private property which I have access to. You have to walk down a field, cross a creek and go up a big hill. There used to be a log cabin here to, but I don't know where. There are Revolutionary War veterans buried here. All tombstones are read from left to right. There are many gravestones of creekrock which are obviously impossible to read, don't even know if there was ever any kind of inscription on them. More are gone or covered over with earth, as there are several sinkholes the proper size for a burial.
Row 1 James Grimes/Pvt Houston's Co./Harrison's VA Regt/Rev. War/1840
Joseph McDonald/Pvt Clarke's Co./1st N.C. Regt/Rev. War/1840
Edward Pendergast/Pvt Post Lethwaite's Co./Wilson's PA Troops/Rev. War/1843
Row 2 Sara A./daughter of J.W. & N.J. Lipperd/Died/July 4, 1857/aged 2 yrs 10 mos 28 days
Row 3 Elizabeth P./daughter of ??? (couldn't read the rest)
Row 4 3 creek rock tombstones (these may go with the tombstones in row 1 as they are close by) Row5 rock tombstone, white tombstone base, rock tombstone
Row 6 Daniel B. Thomason/Died/July 19,1819/Aged 53 years
In memory of/James Beall/died/July 16, 1816/61 years of age
Sacred to the memory of/Christena Beall/who departed this life/ March 26th, 1855/in the 82nd year of her age.
Ninnian Beall/Pvt Johes' Co./3 Continental Dragoons/Rev.War/June 13,1836 [Note: Same unit as Wm Bassett]
In memory of/Ninnian Beall/who departed this life/June 13, 1836/aged 75 years & 10 days
James N./son of E.B. & S. Boszell/Died/Aug. 31st, 1851/aged 1 year & 1 month
In memory of/Mary M/daughter of/EB & HJ Roszell/died/July 31,1851/aged 9 mos, 19 days In memory of/Harriet Jane/wife of/Elliot B. Boszell/daughter of John & Mary Beall/Died/Nov.30,1850/ Aged 20 yrs 10mos 1 days (possibly 11 days)
2 creek rock tombstones Row 7 Small square stone-MMB Mary A/dau. of ??? 2 creek rock tombstones C.R. (small headstone) N.B. (Small Headstone) 2 creek rock tombstones Row 8 Creek rock tombstone Row 9 James W./son of JW & NJ/died/Mar. 7, 1850/aged ??? (stone is broken off here) Wm. Lipperd/Pvt. Woods Co/Dudley's S.C. Regt/Rev. War/ May 5, 1834 Alvenia/dau. of L.&N. Wickard/died/Jan.23,1819/1 yr and 9 days Real nice stone with German writing-tried to make out the best I could. May go back and take photo, but probably only if requested to by someone. A(n or u)galta W.C./J.G. u.(or something) C. Mullen/27 Sept. 1844/16 Sept 1859
Row 10 sinkhole Large Obelisk tombstone: Mary/wife of/D.E. Garrington/died/Jan. 15, 1819/aged 25 yrs/(1 or 11) mos. 6 days Broken tombstone: Mary/daughter of??/died/Aug 29, 1802
Row 11 4 creek stones, 3 sinkholes
Row 12 4 creek stones
Row 13 (may actually be row 14 or 15, but there's not any stones left, this is all the way back by the rear fenceline. 2 creek stones, l large headstone, mostly covered with earth, could not un-earth, too many fire-ants. Found some more in heavy brush: stone H.J.B. Partial Stone: March 8, 18??/61 yrs,3 mos, 20 days Read 4/16/2000 Submitted by Lisa Spurlock any questions, lspurlock@seidata.com 
Beale (I14578)
 
178
!BIRTH: Estimated.
!MARRIAGE: Inferred from family group sheet for Cassius and Harriet Claxon at DAR. 
Chipp (I14576)
 
179
!BIRTH: Estimated.
!MARRIAGE: Records of Kristina (Claxon) Stearley. 
Reynolds, Irvin (I14505)
 
180
!BIRTH: Estimated.
!MARRIAGE: Records of Kristina (Claxon) Stearley. 
Hendren, Alvin Clive (I14513)
 
181
!BIRTH: Estimated.
!MARRIAGE: Records of niece Kristina (Claxon) Stearley. 
Kreke, Carl (I14500)
 
182
!BIRTH: Estimated.
!PARENTS: Inferred from family group sheet for Cassius and Harriet Claxon at DAR. 
Chipp, Hattie (I14577)
 
183
!BIRTH: Estimated.
!PARENTS: Inferred from family group sheet for Cassius and Harriet Claxon from DAR. 
Smoot (I14575)
 
184
!BIRTH: Estimated.
!PARENTS: Records of Mrs. Frank S. Gray.
!DEATH: Ibid (died young). 
Claxon, Marshall (I14573)
 
185
!BIRTH: Estimated.
!PARENTS: Records of Mrs. Hilma Claxon Pierce. 
Claxon, L. D. (I14583)
 
186
!BIRTH: Estimated.
!PARENTS: Records of Mrs. Hilma Claxon Pierce. 
Claxon, Charles J. (I14584)
 
187
!BIRTH: Estimated.
!PARENTS: Records of Mrs. Hilma Claxon Pierce. 
Claxon, Lawrence (I14585)
 
188
!BIRTH: Estimated. 
Laurent, Glodenia (I14658)
 
189
!BIRTH: Gravestone
!PARENTS: Gravestone (dau. of W.G. & A.B. Claxon)
!DEATH: Gravestone 
Claxon, Lucy B. (I14568)
 
190
!BIRTH: Gravestone
!PARENTS: Gravestone (son of W.G. and A.B. Claxon)
!DEATH: Gravestone 
Claxon, Clyde K. (I14567)
 
191
!BIRTH: Hallie Claxon Bible gives year as 1854; Owen Co birth records.
!PARENTS: 1860 &1870 census Owen Co KY (Dallasburg Pct). 
Claxon, Harriett A. (I11861)
 
192
!BIRTH: Hallie Claxon Bible.
!PARENTS: Ibid.
!DEATH: Ibid. 
Claxon, Anna Catherine (I14571)
 
193
!BIRTH: Hallie Claxon Bible;
!PARENTS: Ibid.
!DEATH: Ibid. 
Claxon, James Roy (I14569)
 
194
!BIRTH: IGI. 
Claxon, James Carolus (I14523)
 
195
!BIRTH: Notes found in Claxon file at Ky Hist Soc.
!DEATH: Ibid. 
Bates, Mahala (I14574)
 
196
!BIRTH: Records of C. Price Meek.
!PARENTS: Records of C. Price Meek.
!DEATH: Records of C. Price Meek. 
Vories, Kate (I14557)
 
197
!BIRTH: Records of C. Price Meek.
!PARENTS: Records of C. Price Meek.
!DEATH: Records of C. Price Meek. 
Dunaway, Charlotte (I14656)
 
198
!BIRTH: Records of C. Price Meek.
!PARENTS: Records of C. Price Meek.
!MARRIAGE: Records of C. Price Meek.
!DEATH: Records of C. Price Meek. 
Meek, John Strother (I14556)
 
199
!BIRTH: Records of C. Price Meek.
!PARENTS: Records of C. Price Meek.
!MARRIAGE: Records of C. Price Meek.
!DEATH: Records of C. Price Meek. 
Meek, Clarence Strother (I14558)
 
200
!BIRTH: Records of daughter Kristina (Claxon) Stearley.
!PARENTS: Records of daughter Kristina (Claxon) Stearley.
!MARRIAGE: Records of daughter Kristina (Claxon) Stearley.
!DEATH: Records of daughter Kristina (Claxon) Stearley.
!BURIAL: Records of daughter Kristina (Claxon) Stearley. 
Claxon, Lloyd David (I14660)
 

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