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1870 Henry Co KY, Pleasureville Pct and P.O., p. 48(366), 364/438, age 8 KY, with parents.
1880 not listed with parents.

!BIRTH: 1870 Henry Co KY census.
!PARENTS: 1870 Henry Co KY census. 
Claxon, Margaret C. (I14648)
1870 Henry Co KY, Pleasureville Pct and P.O., p. 48(366), 364/438, female "no given name", age 1 month (April 1870) KY, with parents.
1880 Henry Co KY, Franklinton Dist., ED96, sht17 (p. 98A), line 20, age 10 born KY (parents b. KY), with parents.

!BIRTH: 1870 Henry Co KY census.
!PARENTS: 1870 Henry Co KY census. 
Claxon, Mary E. (I14651)
1870 Henry Co KY, Pleasureville, p. 48, not with parents (deceased?).

!BIRTH: Estimated.
!PARENTS: Records of Mrs. Hilma Claxon Pierce. 
Claxon, Joseph S. (I14582)
1870 Jefferson Co KY, Louisville, ward 5, age 11 KY, with father and stepmother.
1880 Jefferson Co KY, Louisville, p. 461C, age 21 KY (parents b. KY), street car driver, with father and stepmother.
1900 soundex has a John N. Claxon, born Nov 1859 KY, living with wife Lyda, born Feb1865 KY, and son John K., born Jun 1888 KY, in Bethlehem & Pleasureville District, Henry Co KY, ED32, sht 1, line 13.

1880 boards at 562 Madison (with father), near 22nd, driver.
1883 resident at 2122 W. Madison (with father), clerk.
1884 boarding at 2122 W. Madison, residence of father; occupation "pilot."
1885 resident at 2122 W. Madison with father, employed at father's baking powder co.
1886 resident at 2122 W. Madison with father and Thomas J. and James F. Claxon. Occupation "pilot."
1887 resident at 1103 22nd St, "pilot."
1888 resident at 2122 W. Madison, pilot, with father and James T. Claxon, clerk.
1889 resident at 2125 W. Madison, pilot.
1890 resident at 2237 W. Madison, "pilot."
1891 resident at 2128 W. Madison, pilot, with Wm T. Claxon, carpenter for C. C. Haefling.
1892 resident at 2109 Grayson, "pilot" with William T. Claxon, carpenter for C. C. Haefling.
1893 resident at 1316 Mercer, pilot, with Wm T. Claxon, carpenter.
1894 resident at 1316 24th St, pilot on steamer Falls City.
1896 not listed.
1897 living with father and mother at 533 5th St, occupation "pilot."
1898 living with father and mother at Preston Street Rd., ne corner of Hill, "pilot."

!BIRTH: 1860 census Carroll Co Ky, page 5.
!PARENTS: 1860 census Carroll Co Ky, page 5.
!DEATH: Living in 1897 (Louisville KY city directory) 
Claxon, John N. (I14555)
1880 Henry Co KY, Franklinton Dist., ED96, sht17 (p. 98A), line 20, age 4 born KY (parents b. KY), with parents.
1900 (soundex) Henry Co KY, Bethlehem and Pleasureville District, ED32, sht 2, line 94, age 24, with parents, wife and child.

!BIRTH: Tombstone; 1900 census.
!PARENTS: 1900 census.
!DEATH: Tombstone.
!BURIAL: Henry Co KY Cemeteries-Meek. 
Claxon, David H. (I14653)
1880 Owen Co KY, Dallasburg, p. 238A, "Wm Riddle", age 31 KY (father b. PA, mother b. KY) farmer, with wife and son. 
Riddle, Will (I14641)
1880 Owen Co KY, Dallasburg, p. 238A, age 1 KY (parents b. KY), with parents. 
Riddle, Lawrence (I14644)
1900 (soundex) Henry Co KY, Bethlehem and Pleasureville District, ED32, sht 2, line 94, age 20, with husband's parents, husband and child.

!BIRTH: 1900 census. 
Montgomery, Nettie (I14544)
1900 soundex, Jefferson Co KY, dist 1, ED146, sht5, line 46, age 28, with husband, children and stepchildren.

!BIRTH: Hallie Claxon Bible; 1900 census.
!DEATH: Hallie Claxon Bible. 
Haydon, Maggie M. (I14541)
1900 soundex, Owen Co KY, dist 1, New Liberty, ED46, sht1, line66, age 12, with parents.

!BIRTH: 1900 census.
!PARENTS: 1900 census.
!DEATH: Cave Hill Cem. records.
!BURIAL: Cave Hill interments (film 2022070). 
Claxon, John Rowan (I14532)
CENSUS 1880 Owen Co KY, Dallasburg Dist, p. 12, SD4, ED147, age 1/12.
!BIRTH: Hallie Claxon Bible; 1880 Owen Co KY census.
!PARENTS: 1880 Owen Co KY census.
!DEATH: Hallie Claxon Bible; obit found in Tutweiler Library in Birmingham AL by Roy Montgomery; obit states he was buried in Forest Hill Cem, but cem has no record. 
Claxon, Galt Bates (I14490)
CENSUS 1900 soundex, Jefferson Co KY, dist 1, ED146, sht5, line 46, age 1, with father and mother.
!BIRTH: Hallie Claxon Bible (but1900 census gives Jun 1898).
!PARENTS: Ibid. 
Claxon, Lawrence Edward (I14543)
CENSUS 1900 soundex, Jefferson Co KY, dist 1, ED146, sht5, line 46, age 10, with father and stepmother.
!BIRTH: Hallie Claxon Bible; 1900 census.
!PARENTS: Ibid. 
Claxon, Lizzie Evans (I14539)
CENSUS 1900 soundex, Jefferson Co KY, dist 1, ED146, sht5, line 46, age 17, with father and stepmother.
!BIRTH: Hallie Claxon Bible; 1900 census.
!PARENTS: 1900 census. 
Claxon, Maude Rowan (I14536)
CENSUS 1900 soundex, Jefferson Co KY, dist 1, ED146, sht5, line 46, age 18, with father and stepmother.
!BIRTH: Hallie Claxon Bible; 1900 census.
!PARENTS: 1900 census.
!DEATH: Hallie Claxon Bible. 
Claxon, William R. (I14535)
CENSUS 1900 soundex, Owen Co KY, dist 1, New Liberty, ED46, sht1, line 66, age 17, with parents. 1900 soundex, Scott Co KY, dist 1, E. Jackson St, Georgetown, ED57, sht9, line 94, age 17, boarding at Georgetown College Female Dormitory. Appears to be same person, both born Nov 1882.
!BIRTH: 1900 census.
!PARENTS: 1900 census. 
Claxon, Mary L. (I14531)
Charles W. Bassett, son of Joseph and Elizabeth (Turner) Bassett, was born in Dec 1857/8 in England. He died in 1932. He married Fanny H. Tschudi about 1880. Fanny H. was born in Connecticut in Apr 1862. Charles Immigrated to the United States in 1871. They are both buried in the Arnold Cemetery in Arnold, Custer County, Nebraska, located one mile south of Arnold just off of Highway 40.
He is listed in the Custer County Farmers & Ranchers (1886) as C.W. Bassett of Cliff.

Charles W. Bassett, Pioneer Resident, Called by Death

Charles W. Bassett, was born in England, December 8, 1858, and died at his home in Arnold, Nebraska, June 18, 1932, at the age of 74 years, 6 months and 8 days. He was baptized and became a member of the Episcopal church in infancy.
Mr. Bassett came to this country with his parents when he was five years of age. The family settled first at Toronto, Canada, where they remained for a short time, moving to Marquette, Michigan, then to Decatur, Illinois, and subsequently to Schuyler, Nebraska.
Charles W. Bassett was married to Fanny Tschudi on September 21, 1879, at Guide Rock, Nebraska. He was an early pioneer of Custer county, having filed on a homestead in the Pine Canyon neighborhood in 1883 and resided there until he retired from active work in 1915. At that time he moved to Arnold and remained here until death claimed him.
Mr. and Mrs. Bassett were the parents of fourteen children: Frank Bassett now lives at Ponce Coupe, British Columbia; Jess, Edwin and Floyd at Paxton, Nebraska; Will, Sidney, Clifford and Mrs. Sherman Sheets at Arnold, Nebraska; Mrs. George Harris at Brule, Nebraska; and Mrs. Clay Harper at Burns, Wyoming. Four children preceded their father in death.
There remain to mourn, his wife and children, also twenty-three grandchildren, seven great grandchildren, two brothers, two sisters, and a host of friends.
Mr. Bassett was a devoted husband and a loving father, whose good and manly qualities made him respected and admired by all who knew him. His friends as well as his family will miss him greatly.
"Those vacant charis, we'll find them here,
'Mid other griefs here given;
Nor vacant chairs in Heaven."

Funeral services were held at the family home in Arnold, Monday, June 20th, in charge of Rev. A.W. Judd, pastor of the Baptist church. All of Mr. Bassett's living children were able to be present at the funeral excepting one son, Frank, whose home is in Canada. Mrs. George Bailey, Mrs. John Melton, P.G. Houghton and L. M. Brewer sang three songs, accompanied at the organ by Miss Genevieve McGuire. Pall bearers were A.J. McCants, John Melton, Ed Miller, S.J. Medlin, Chalres Fisher and Lewis Nansel.
Interment was made in the Arnold cemetery.

Bassett, Charles W (I412)
Chicago Tribune, November 10, 2011
Elizabeth Gallaher & Andrew Bassett (Picture included)

Lee and Deborah Gallaher of Burr Ridge are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter Elizabeth Hilary Gallaher to Andrew Caldwell Bassett, son of Edward and Nancy Bassett of Southborough, MA. The bride is the granddaughter of Eleanor & Hilary Karp, and Beth & Lee Gallaher of Chicago. The wedding took place August, 6, 2011 at Madonna della Strada Chapel at Loyola University Chicago. A reception followed at the Chicago History Museum with dancing to the Stu Hirsh Orchestra.
Elizabeth and Andrew met at Boston College where they received their undergraduate degrees in 2007. The bride attended Benet Academy in Lisle, received her degree in Biology from Boston College and earned a BSN from Loyola University School of Nursing in 2010. Liz is employed as an RN in the Medical Intensive Care Unit at Northwestern Hospital in Chicago and will begin pursuing a Masters Degree at Rush University this June to become a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist.
The groom attended St. Mark's School in MA, received his English degree from Boston College, and his Juris Doctor from Loyola University Chicago in 2010. Andrew is working in Baseball Operations for the Chicago Cubs.
The couple honeymooned at a secluded resort on the Caribbean island of St. Lucia.
They currently reside in Chicago.

The Boston Globe, January 1, 2012
Elizabeth Gallaher & Andrew Bassett (Picture included)

Nancy and Edward Bassett of Southborough are pleased to announce the marriage of their son Andrew Caldwell Bassett to Elizabeth Hilary Gallaher daughter of Lee and Deborah Gallaher of Burr Ridge, IL. The wedding took place August, 6, 2011 at Madonna della Strada Chapel at Loyola University Chicago. A reception followed at the Chicago History Museum. Elizabeth and Andrew met at Boston College where they received their undergraduate degrees. The bride attended Benet Academy in Lisle, IL, received her degree in Biology from Boston College and earned a BSN from Loyola University School of Nursing in 2010. Liz is currently employed as an RN in the Medical Intensive Care Unit at Northwestern Hospital and will begin pursuing a Masters Degree this June to become a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist. The groom attended St. Marks School in Southborough, MA. He received his English degree from Boston College, and his Juris Doctor from Loyola University, Chicago in 2010. Andrew is working for the Chicago Cubs in baseball operations. The couple honeymooned on the island of St. Lucia. They currently reside in Chicago. 
Bassett, Andrew Caldwell (I28)
ST. ALBANS -- Clarence E. Bessette, age 84, died Friday, Sept. 27, 2002, at Haven Health Care, following a long illness. He was born in Georgia on May 5, 1918, the son of the late Jed and Emily (Mayo) Bessette.
Clarence owned and operated a dairy farm in St. Albans for many years. He married Arletta Sartwell on Nov. 12, 1945.
Starting in Georgia, and then St. Albans Town, Clarence and his wife Arletta would purchase clothing at auctions and with other people's donations, would offer these clothes, free of charge, to any needy person. For almost 20 years, from their front porch and yard, they offered these free clothes, hoping to make some families' lives a little easier.
All through their daughter's school years, Clarence and Arletta could be found volunteering at picnics held at Ethan Allen Park, coordinating and disc jockeying school dances -- plus so many other things. Even when his daughter, Ruth, came home from school with a Santa Claus suit, Clarence took the place of the sick Santa, two and a half hours later.
Clarence will always be remembered as a loving, caring, generous, husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, and friend. You will always be in our hearts. Clarence was a communicant of Holy Angels Church and a member of the Loyal Order of Moose Lodge 1090 for more than 40 years. He was there for others and shared his time and helped repair furniture for everybody.
Clarence is survived by his wife of 56 years, Arletta; his daughter, Ruth Murray and her husband Michael of Fairfax; two grandchildren, Stacey Wiley and her husband Joe of Swanton, and Michelle Murray and her fiance Mark Poczobut of Fair Haven; one great-grandchild, Brandan M. Wiley of Swanton; several nieces, nephews and cousins. He was predeceased by his parents; a brother, Howard Bessette; and two sisters, Olive Phoenix and Marguerite Nichols. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Monday, Sept. 30, 2002, at 10 a.m. in Holy Angels Church. Interment will be in the Bessette Family Lot in Mount Calvary Cemetery. Friends may call at the Brady & Levesque Funeral Home, 86 South Main St., St. Albans, Vt. 05478, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. on Sunday. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, 13 Loomis St., Montpelier, Vt. 05603, or to the American Heart Association, Box 485, Williston, Vt. 05495. Arrangements are entrusted to the Brady & Levesque Funeral Home. 
Bessette, Clarence Edmond (I3767)
Cleveland Plain Dealer, February 28, 1978
Dr. Herman Bassett

Dr. Herman Bassett, beloved husband of the late Bessie Ruth (nee Bloom), devoted father of Florence Joy Bassett and the alte Shirlty Ruth Bassett, brother of the late Anna Bassett, beloved uncle and great uncle. Family at the residence 2525 Kemper Rd., Apg. 507, Thru Sunday Evening. Contributions to the charity of your choice. Services Tuesday, Feb. 28 at 2 p.m. at The Miller-Deutsch Memorial Chapel, Inc. 23570 Chagrin Blvd. Interment Mayfield Cemetery. 
Bassett, Dr. Herman (I22)
Daytona Beach News-Journal, Florida, 13 Dec 2008 (Picture included)
Angela Marie Bessette

Angela Marie Bessette, age 82, Secret Lake Drive, Port Orange, passed away December 10, 2008 at Halifax Health-Medical Center of Port Orange. Angela was born Angela Marie Guerra on November 10, 1926 in Cranston, Rhode Island to Pasquale and Maria (DiLibro) Guerra. She met George Bessette in Rhode Island and they married in 1946. As George advanced in his career, Angela moved with him to Connecticut, Virginia and Illinois. After the death of her beloved husband in 1975, Angela moved to Florida. She began her career as a merchandising assistant at JC Penney at Volusia Mall and retired after 14 years in 1989. Angela was a founding member of Our Lady of Hope Catholic Church in Port Orange. She enjoyed gardening, cooking and spoiling her family. Angela is survived by her loving daughter, Jeanne Ballard, of Port Orange, with whom she shared a home in her last years. She is also survived by her granddaughter, Lesley Ballard of Tallahassee. She is predeceased by her parents, brothers, Fortunato and John Guerra, and sister, Josephine DiPrete. She will be missed by many relatives and friends. Mass of Christian Burial will be held at Our Lad of Hope Catholic Church at 4675 S. Clyde Morris Blvd, Port Orange on Wednesday, December 17 at 8:30 a.m. Arrangements are being handled by Volusia Memorial Park & Funeral Home of Port Orange. Memorial donations may be made to Catholic Charities of Central Florida, 207 White Street, Daytona Beach, FL 32114. Family and friends are welcome to visit with Jeanne at her home or call with condolences. 
Guerra, Angela Marie (I5321)
DEATH/BURIAL: Wilk Fleming
Birth: 1889 Death: 1930 Burial: Rocky Point Cemetery Rockypoint, Campbell County, Wyoming, USA 
Fleming, Wilk or Wilkie (I11523)
DEATH: file: Gilliland, Richard (Owner: FlossProNancy )

Floyd Bassett, Birth: 1891 Death: 1938 Obit and picture donated by Martha Long Family links: Parents: W Sherman Bassett (1865 - 1937)
Ella G Fuhrmiester Bassett (1867 - 1927) Spouse: Hazel Mae Detrick Bassett-Bordwell (1891 - 1971) Burial: Evergreen Cemetery, Vinton, Benton County, Iowa, USA

1. 1917 Atlas of Eden Twp.Benton County, Iowa C.F. Bassett , Wife: Hazel P.O. Vinton - Route 4 Rents 160 acres in section 15 (Owner: W.S. Bassett) Rents 80 acres in section 14 (Owner: W.S. Bassett) Has lived in the county for 24 years, Cattle Feeder

2. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
Charles Floyd Bassett; residence: Eden, Benton, Iowa. Birthplace: Iowa; Birth Date: 20 Apr 1891, Ely, IA. Caucasian, Medium height, Stout build, Gray eyes, Light Brown hair, not bald. Farmer, Eden Township. Married, has had no military service. Roll: 1642849, 2 June 1917.

1920 US Census
Floyd Bassett, 28, Estimated birth year: abt 1892 Birthplace: Iowa,White Male, Home owned: Rent, Married, Able to read: Yes Able to Write: Yes Mother's Birth Place: Iowa Father's Birth Place: Iowa. General Farmer.
Hazel Bassett 28, Wife, Estimated birth year: abt 1892 Birthplace: Iowa,White Female, Married, Able to read: Yes Able to Write: Yes Mother's Birth Place: Iowa Father's Birth Place: Pennsylvania
Geraldine, 5 mo, Dau, Iowa
Image: 804 Image Source: Year: 1920; Census Place: Eden, Benton, Iowa; Roll: T625_477; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 8; Image: 804. Taken 6 Jan 1920.

1930 US Census
C Floyd Bassett 38,1891, Iowa , Head , White , lives at Taylor, Benton, IA
Havel M Bassett , 35, 1894, wife, married at 23.
Geraldine M Bassett ,10, 1919, Daughter
Darold Bassett , 6, 1923, Daughter
Image Source: Year: 1930; Census Place: Taylor, Benton, Iowa; Roll: T626_641; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 33; Image: 0929.

BIOGRAPHY: SOURCES: Judith Anne Branam Moehlis, 3621 Clearview, Cedar Falls, Iowa. 
Bassett, Charles Floyd (I10272)
1846, 31 Oct, Heirs to James Claxon estate, David H., Sarah A., Cassius, James N., Nancy J. Claxon sold 2 tracts (one of 58 acres, the other of unknown acres but being the same sold by John Meek to James Claxon on 22 Jun 1843) on Ky River to John C. Bates (adm of James Claxon, dec'd) for $300 (Owen Co. Deed Book J, p 100).
1865, 15 Apr, D, C, JN, NJ Claxon and S Mullin (all James' heirs) leased 108 acres on Ky River to John H. Stewart (Owen Co. Deed Book Q, p 166).
1871 sold interest in 108 acres on Ky River to T. W. Bates (Owen Co. Deed Book T, p 403).

!BIRTH: Age 9 at 1850 census, born KY.
!PARENTS: 1850 census Owen Co KY. 
Claxon, Nancy J. (I14489)
Deer Park Broadcaster, Texas, Thursday, December 18, 2014
Cecil DeWayne Bass

Cecil DeWayne Bass, 90, of Deer Park, Texas, passed away December 14, 2014. He was born in Smith County, Texas on July 26, 1924. Cecil graduated from Sabine High School. Cecil retired from Shell Chemical in Deer Park, Texas. He was a member of South Avenue Baptist Church in Pasadena, Texas and had a passion for his family and church. He is survived by his son Thomas Bass and wife Kathy; son-in-law Dan Sturm; granddaughter Amber Bass Patterson and husband Chip; grandson Danny Wayne Sturm and wife Lara; brother James Bass and wife Ann; great-granddaughters Kate Boss, Blu Patterson, and Katie Rose Sturm; great-grandsons Nathan Sturm and Clay Patterson. Cecil is preceded in death by his wives Tommie Brown Bass and Betty Peterson Bass; daughter Beverly Ann Sturm; and grandson Rex Thomas Bass. Funeral arrangements will be held at 3:00 PM, December 17, 2014 at Forest Park East Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, please make love offerings in Cecil's name to South Avenue Baptist Church, 605 Preston Avenue Pasadena, Texas 77503.
Bass, Cecil DeWayne (I49315)
Druid, Pennsylvania, March 1, 1935
Sudden Death of Mrs. Luther Bassett
(Picture included)
Wife of Well Known Scranton Musician and Conductor
Passes Away in Her Sleep

Scranton, Pa., Feb. 19. – On Saturday, January 26, Celina Phillips, beloved wife of Prof. Luther Bassett, the well known choir director, departed this life in her sleep. Her health for many years had been waning, and to conserve her strength it was her custom to rest in the morning after her husband had left for his daily work. When Mr. Bassett returned at noon that day he was shocked to discover that his beloved wife had passed away. Mrs. Bassett is survived by her husband and four sisters: Mrs. Ely Harris, Margaret, Ruth, and Martha Phillips; two brothers, William J. and Rhys J. Phillips, and an aunt, Mrs. Mary Morgan Ayers, and several nieces and nephews. She was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips. Our departed sister was a faithful member of the Ebenezer Welsh Presbyterian Church, and she loved her church will all her heart.
On Tuesday afternoon, January 29, a large concourse of friends assembled in her late home, 1119 Washburn Street, to pay their tribute of love and affection. The Revs. R. J. Williams and Dr. T. Telfion Richards conducted the memorial service. A male quartet, Harry Evans and John T. Jones of Scranton, and John Watkins and Edward Lanyon, of Taylor, sang very effectively “Come Unto Me” and “We’ll Never Say Goodbye in Heaven.” Interment was in Forest Hill cemetery.
The Rev. R. J. Williams said of the deceased: “Our hearts were gripped with a great grief when we learned of the sudden departure of Mrs. Bassett; not that her departure was entirely unexpected, for we were cognizant of her physical infirmity, but that the call came to her in such an hour of such pathetic solitude. Mrs. Bassett, though in the bonds of physical infirmities, possessed a disciplined and cultured soul, and she reveled in the realm of music, particularly sacred music. With her liquid, mellow alto voice she sang the Lord’s songs in the sanctuary, worshipped God and enriched the service. While her place among us will be strangely vacant, we thank God for her, and for the fragrance of her memory. The Lord gave, the Lord hath taken away; blessed by the name of the Lord. A Friend. 
Phillips, Celina "Selina" (I696)
Edward Bassett, son of Thomas and Margaret Bassett, was born about 1545. He died about 1608. He married Jane Lynne in 1564.
An unnacounted for birth, Henry Bassett, christened 10 Feb 1591 in Tamworth, Stafford, England, died 2 Mar 1591, son of William Bassett. A William Bassett married Ellen Haslendein on 26 Oct 1590 in Tamworth, Stafford, England. A Walter Bassett married Joyce Gybbes on 31 May 1599 in Tamworth, Stafford, England.

Bassett, Edward (I25)
Either died or moved out of Louisville 1884/1885. Not found in City Directory after 1885. But may be the "Cash" Mullen, driver for CPRR, in 1885-1887, boarding at 2022 W. Main in Louisville. No marriage or death record found.

KY DEATH INDEX Is this the James Mullen, d. 20 Nov 1923, age 67, Henderson Co. KY, v. 56, cert 27903.

1882 not found
1883 Cassius Mullin (probably James C. Mullin), teamster for James Mullin, living with James Mullin in 2300 block between Magazine and Broadway.
1884 James C. Mullin, teamster, resident at 2329 Magazine St.
1885 James C. Mullin, teamster, resident at 2329 Magazine St. with father James D. Mullin, teamster, and sister Miss Arvina Mullin, teacher.
1886 and on, not found.

1860 Owen Co KY, New Liberty P.O., age 4.
1870 Jefferson Co KY, Shardines Pct (pp 21-22 (416)), age 13 born KY, with parents.
1880 Jefferson Co, KY, Cane Run Dist, p. 1 (189A), SD2, ED97, age 24, teamster, living with parents.

!BIRTH: Age 4 at1860 census, 24 at 1880 census.
!DEATH: Alive in 1885 (Louisville City Directory). 
Mullin, James Cassius (I14628)
Exexutor?s Sale
Oconee Lands and Georgia Rail Road Stock, FOR SALE

BY virtue of an order of the Inferior Court of the County of Putnam, when sitting as a Court of Ordinary for said County: will be sold on the First Tuesday in NOVEMBER next, within the legal hours of sale, before the Court House Door in the ton of Eatonton, in said county; all the Lands in said county belonging to the estate of John H. Bass, deceased; constituting an entire Farm, consistin go Thirteen Hundred and fifty seven Acres, more or less, lying immeciately on the Oconee River, being the palce whereon the said John H. Bass lived at the time of his death. There are on this place, about Four Hundred Acres well timbered wood land, and also bottom land sufficient, which when brought into cultivation, one half of which being already in cultivation, to raise all the grain necewaary to supply the place.
The improvements are, a comfortable dwelling house, negro houses, corn cribs, stables, gin-house, pakcing scree, & E. The place is well supplied with fine Spring water; and for healthiness, we believe cannot be excelle in Georgia. Upon the whol, it may be said to be a full average River Plantation, and is one among the best farm in the county, lying about 12 miles from Eatonton, 18 miles from Milledgeville, and equidistant from the Central Railroad and Georgia Railroad. The Plantation will be shown, with great pleasure, to any person wishing to examine ti, by one of the Executors, living thereon.
By virtue of the order aforesaid, will be sold at the same time and place, and within the legal hours of sales, Two Hundred and Twenty Shares of Georgia Railroad Stock, all pain in, also belonging to the estate of John H. Bass, deceased.
All of which property will be sold for the benefit of the legatees of said deceased. The terms made known on the day,
Eatonton, August 20, 1851

Will of John H. Bass
Georgia, Putnam County: Know all men that I John H. Bass being feeble in body but of sound an disposing mind and memeory do hereby make this my last will and Testament.

Article 1st: It is my will that all my Property both real and personal be equally divided between all my children and my wife Martha UJ. Bass, except my son Wilkins whose part I wish left to his children and I do hereby appoint my sons Hamlin ad Nathan Bass Trustees for the children of my son Wilkins Bass. The tract of land in the State of Alabama on which my son Wilkins now resides I leave to his children as part of their legacy to be valued at the price I paid for it.

Article 2nd: My daughter Rebecca White?s children are not included in this will as I have heretofor given them a full share in my Estate and all that I intend for them to have.

Article 3rd: My son-in-law Robert Trippe is indebted to me between three and four thousand dollars. The amount of his note is to be decuted out of his part of my Estate. I mean he is to account to my Estate for the amount of his debt due me.

Article 4th: My son-in-law Thomas G. Frazier of Alabama has been my agent to manage the Property in that State for the benefit of my son Wilkins Bass and his family. I hereby revoke his agency and as above specified I do appoint my sons Hamlinnd Nathan Bass as Trustees to manage the property there and all that is included in this will for the benefit and use of the children of my son Wilkins Bass.

Article 5th: All property either in money or otherwise heretofore given to my children is absolute and is not be included in this will.

Article 6th: I hereby appoint Hamlin Bass, Nathan Bass and R.R. De Journatte my Executors to manage my Estate and execute this my will.

Signed and sealed in presence of In Article 4th, 5th line the
Witnesses words said agency intervened
before signing.
John J. Stubbs
William A. Davis John H. Bass (L.S.)
Joel Branham
Robt. Adams November 10th, 1850

Fearing that some doubt may hereafter arise as to the true meaning of Article 1st of this my last will, I do now add this codicil: to the ffect that the living children of my son Eaton Bass be entitled to one share in the division of my estateoth real and personal.

Nov. 11th, 1850 John H. Bass (L.S.)

In the fifth line of the above codicil the word one added before signing.

Witness; John J. Stubbs, William A. Davis, Robt. Adams

Bass, John Hicks (I48241)
Family tradition says brother was medical doctor in Pittsburg (no evidence found).

1879 Atlas of Jefferson Co KY has "Mullin" residence in Cane Run district just off Cane Run Road on (what is now) S. Crums Lane (near Greenville Lane).

1850-1854 on Franklin Co KY tax rolls (films 0007979 and 0007980); 3 children shown in 1854.
1855-1865 on Scott Co KY tax rolls (with brother Archie) (films 0008224 and 0008225); West side of Lexington and Covington Pike.
1855 no land, property, or children (6-18) shown.
1856 town lot in Georgetown ($200), no children (6-18) shown. 1857 no land, property, or children (6-18) shown.
1858 no land, property, or children (6-18) shown.
1859 no land, property, or children (6-18) shown.
1860 no land, 2 cattle, 5 hogs, 1 child (6-18).
1861 no land, 2 horses/mules, 2 cattle, 5 hogs, 1 child (6-18), 1 carriage ($20).
1862 no land, 2 horses/mules, 3 cattle, 10 hogs, 2 children (6-18).
1863 James not found.
1864 no land, 4 cattle, 6 hogs, 80 bu. wheat, 2 children (6-18).
1865 no land, 1 horse, 2 cattle, 10 hogs, 2 children (6-20), not in militia.
1866 and on, James not found in Scott Co. tax rolls (moved to Franklin, Owen or Jefferson Co?)
1867 Not found on Jefferson Co tax rolls (film 0008071) Jefferson Co, Southern district, not in city of Louisville (film 0008072):
1868 no land, 2 horses, in militia, 4 children (6-20), 4 hogs, 2 tons hay, 100 bu corn (p. 38 of Southern district rolls).

1882 Mullin family not found.
1883 James Mullin, teamster, resident in 2300 block between Magazine St and Broadway with Cassius Mullin (also a teamster, probably his son, James C. Mullin).
1884 James D. Mullin not found, but son, James C. Mullin, teamster, resident at 2329 Magazine St.
1885 James D. Mullin, teamster, resident at 2329 Magazine St with son James C. Mullin, teamster, and daughter Miss Arvina Mullin, teacher (actually, daughter was married Oct 1884).
1886 James D. Mullin, teamster, resident at 2321 Magazine St with daughter Mrs. Arvina McCormick, widow of Stephen. Son James C. Mullin no longer in Louisville directory from 1886 (died, moved?)
1887 James D. Mullin, teamster, resident at 2321 Magazine St with daughter Arvina McCormick, widow of Stephen T.
1888 James D. Mullin, teamster, resident at 2321 Magazine St with Thomas Claxon.
1889 James D. Mullin, tobacco drier, resident at 2321 Magazine St.
1890 James D. Mullin, teamster, resident at 2321 Magazine St with daughter Arvina McCormick (widow of Steven).
1891 James D. Mullin, teamster, resident at 2321 Magazine St with daughter Avenia McCormick (widow of Steven).
1892 James D. Mullin, driver, resident at 2403 Magazine St with daughter Arvenia McCormick.
1893 James D. Mullin, (no occupation listed), resident at 2321 Magazine St with daughter Venie McCormick (widow of Stephen).
1894 James D. Mullin, (no occupation listed), resident at 2326 Magazine St with daughter Venie McCormick (widow of Stephen), Harry L. Claxon, packer and Wm. T. Claxon, carpenter.
1895 James "B." Mullin resident at 2326 Magazine St with boarders Harry L. Claxon and Venie McCormack (Arvena Mullin).
1896 Sarah Mullen (so spelled), widow of James, residing at 1104 Hackney; also Sallie Mullen, widow of James at #B 2326 Magazine (probably same person listed twice). Also residing at 1104 Hackney is Arvena McCormick.
1897 Sarah Mullen (so spelled), widow of James, residing at 1104 Hackney (described as "between 11th & 12th, south of Jefferson, formally West Green"-this is present location of Baxter Park). Also residing at same location is Arvena McCormick.
1898 not found.

Louisville KY death record says died of apoplexy at age 68, residence 2326 Magazine, Louisville KY (Ward 12), buried at Cave Hill Cem. by undertaker Wyatt (per 1897 Louisville city directory, wife Sarah and daughter Arvena had moved to 1104 Hackney St, and a Mr. D. W. Kirkpatrick was living at 2326 Magazine). Buried in unmarked grave (section 6, range 148, grave 16) in Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville. Undertaker was Wyatt (no longer in business, suceeded by Cralle, now Highlands Funeral Home, 3331 Tayorsville Rd, Louisville KY 40205).

1830 Franklin Co KY, age under 5, with parents.
1840 Franklin Co KY, age 10-14, with parents.
1850 Franklin Co KY, Dist 1, p. 23b, 313/313, age 21 KY, farmer, in household of parents.
1860 Owen Co KY, New Liberty P.O., dist. 2, p. 65, 473/456, age 33 KY, tenant farmer, with wife and children. Either on, or adjacent to, wife's mother's farm. Per census list, wife's brother and sister (James and Nancy J. CLAXTON) living next door.
1870 Jefferson Co KY, Shardines Pct (pp 21-22 (416)), age 42 born KY, tenant farmer (on Garr estate) with wife and children.
1880 Jefferson Co KY, Cane Run Dist, p. 1 (189A), SD2, ED97, age 57, farmer, with wife and children. Harry Claxton, age 9, enumerated with Mullin family as "Adt son" (adopted). Census says mother & father born in KY and mother and father of wife born in Ireland. Other evidence shows this to be reversed.
1883-1895 Living in Louisville, teamster (see Louisville City Directory).

On 3 Jul 1861, sold land he inherited from father (1/2 interest in father's 57 acre farm) in Franklin Co on Ky River to his brother Merritt J. MULLEN (who had inherited the other half) for $500 with understanding that their mother, Mary McMULLEN, widow of John McMULLEN, would hold a life estate (Franklin Co KY deed book 7, page 249). All names spelled MULLEN or McMULLEN on deed.
1871 James D. and Sarah A. Mullin sold 1/5 interest in 108 acres (Sarah's inheritance) to Levi Jones (Owen Co. Deed Book V, p 41).

1851, 17 Feb, Franklin Co, p. 248; James McMullen made motion to build road from Oakland Meeting House through lands of Wm Estes and Frank Matthews to the Scott Co line at Harts Branch, intersecting at that point the road from Stamping Ground to Owenton. Also see 17 Mar 1851 (p. 255) and 19 May 1851 (p. 262).

!BIRTH: Age 21 in 1850 census, 33 in 1860, 42 in 1870, 57 in 1880, 68 at death Jul 1895. Probably born in 1827.
!MARRIAGE: Microfilm of Henry Co KY Courthouse records, Marriage Licences and Bonds, 1843-1855, page 153, GS film #0829279. Copy in possession of MDM II.
!DEATH: Louisville KY death records, book 9, p. 65 (film 0209706).
!BURIAL: Records of Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville, KY. 
Mullin, James D. (I14607)
Fayetteville Observer, North Carolina, February 21, 2020
Eunice Leuevinue Bass

Fayetteville?Eunice L. Bass, born July 2, 1925 in Limestone County, Alabama, went to be with our Lord on Thursday, February 20, 2020 in Fayetteville, NC.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Charlie B. Bass and her loving son, Wilson Nixon.
She is survived by her three children; Willis Nixon and wife, Gail of Dallas, TX, Mary Herring and husband, David of Fayetteville, NC and Donna Watson and husband, Mitch of Fayetteville, NC; her three grandchildren, Andrea McKenna, Paul Nixon and Blake Herring; her seven great grandchildren, Austin, Devin, Rachel, Lucy, Sophie, Eva and Nora and her beloved cat Socks.
A funeral service will be held at 3 pm on Sunday, February 23, 2020 in Rogers and Breece Chapel with Rev. John Davis and Rev. Mitch Watson officiating. Burial will follow at Lafayette Memorial Park.
The family will receive friends from 2:00 to 2:45 pm prior to service at Rogers and Breece Funeral Home.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the: Free Will Baptist Children's Home, PO Box 249, Middlesex, NC 27557.
Rouse, Eunice L. (I60496)
Find-a-Grave Obituary

Edward ?Sonny? Bass passed away Monday evening, December 5, 2016, at NHC of Pulaski. He was a cattleman and businessman in the Stella Community and was 79 years old.

He was a loving husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, was a member of Giles County Cattleman Association, received the Lifetime Cattleman?s Award, served on the board of directors of the Giles County Co-op, loved wood working, and a member of the Stella Cumberland Presbyterian Church.

Visitation will be 4 o?clock until 7 o?clock Wednesday, December 7, 2016, at Bennett-May-Giles County Funeral Home.
Funeral service will be 1:00pm Thursday, December 8, 2016, in the chapel of Bennett-May-Giles County Funeral home with Pastor Brandon Bass officiating.
Burial will follow in the Stella Cemetery.

He was preceded in death by his, wife, Linda Bass and parents, Edward Benjamin and Ethel Raby Bass.

He is survived by his,
Wife, Mary Smith Bass of Stella
Son Eddie (Cathy) Bass of Stella
Son, Joey (Beverly) Bass of Stella
Step-children, Mark, Julie, and Andy Eubank of Pulaski
Grandchildren, Andrea (Josh) Stafford, Natalie (Eric) Oakley, Dara Bass, Colton (Amelia) Bass
5 great-grandchildren
Bass, Edward "Sonny" (I49294)
Find-a-Grave Obituary
Dorothy Lenora Russell Bass

Dorothy Lenora Bass was the daughter of Hiram Robert Russell and Ola Lee Smoot.

On June 13, 1936, in Anadarko, Oklahoma, Dorothy married Russell Luster Bass, Dorothy and Russell had one child.

Dorothy is survived by her daughter, three grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren, twelve great-great-grandchildren, one sister, and one niece.

She was preceded in death by her husband, parents, three brothers and two sisters.
Russell, Dorothy Lenora (I61816)
Find-a-Grave Obituary
Lacey L. Bass

Lacey L. Bass, age 60, of Hasty, Arkansas, passed away Friday, May 24, 2013, in Harrison. He was born August 3, 1952, in Bridgeport, Texas, the son of Gillam M. and Audie (Casey) Bass, who preceded him in death along with his son, Jamie L. Bass; two sisters; and four brothers.

Lacey was of the Pentecostal faith. He was a U. S. Army veteran having served from October, 1973 to April, 1995, in Vietnam and Desert Storm, retiring as SSG.

Lacey is survived by his wife, Joyce Kay Bass, of the home; his daughter, Tracey B. Harris; his brothers, Dennis Bass, Jim Bass, and Glen Bass; his granddaughter, Kaylee Rae Ivie; and a host of other family and many friends.

Open visitation.

Funeral service is 2:00 PM, Wednesday, May 29, 2013, at Roller-Christeson Funeral Home, with Rev. Dennis Sisco officiating.

Pallbearers are Lacey's nephews.

Honorary pallbearers are Lacey's brothers, Dennis Bass, Jim Bass, and Glen Bass.

Interment is in Hill Top Cemetery.
Bass, Lacey Lewis (I61825)
Find-a-Grave Obituary
Minnie Bass Blizzard

Funeral services for Mrs. Minnie Bass Blizzard, age 83, who passed away March 11, were held Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock from Friendship Baptist Church with the Rev. Dan Watson and the Rev. Joseph A. Moore officiating. Burial was in the Church Cemetery.

Survivors include three sons, Mr. William Blizzard, Mr. Ernest Blizzard, both of Milledgeville and Mr. Thomas B. Blizzard of Meridan, Mississippi; three daughters, Mrs. E. C. Lockerman of Milledgeville, Mrs. Louise B. McDonald of Sarasota, Florida and Mrs. Mildred Sisk of Atlanta; one sister, Miss Susie Bass of Milledgeville; eight grandchildren and fifteen great-grandchildren also survive.
Bass, Minnie (I48994)
Find-a-Grave Obituary
Rachel Pippin Bass

Rachel P. Bass passed away Thursday, August 10, 2017.

Funeral services will be held at 3:00 p.m., Sunday, August 13, 2017, at Monroe County Memorial Chapel with burial in Forsyth City Cemetery. Rev. Franklin Etheridge will officiate. The family will greet friends from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m., Saturday, August 12, 2017, at Monroe County Memorial Chapel.

Mrs. Bass, the daughter of the late Alice Roquemore Smith and Rudisil Pippin was born December 26, 1938, in Forsyth, Georgia. Her husband, Richard Lee Bass, her grandson, David Richard Bass, II and her sister, Cornelia P. English preceded her in death. She was a graduate of Mary Persons High School and was retired from Brown and Williamson Tobacco Company.

Survivors include her daughter, Phyllis Dorsett of Forsyth; son, David Bass of Warner Robins; three sisters, Audrey Little of Forsyth, Jewel Taylor (Raymond) of Lamar County and Katherine Colvin (Calvin) of Newnan; one brother, Kenneth Smith of Lamar County; grandchildren, Sheree Daniel (Luis), Jim Dorsett (Hillary), Leslie Mannheim (Austin), Kevin Bass and Tiffani Bass; and six great grandchildren.

In lieu of flowers the family suggests donations to Pine Pointe Hospice, 6261 Peake Road, Macon, GA 31210 or to church of donor?s choice.

Monroe County Memorial Chapel has charge of arrangements.
Pippin, Rachel Elizabeth (I49375)
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Heiner, Marion Frances (I6490)
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Noel, Earl Gene (I6507)
Fort Wayne Newspapers, July 14, 2011
Charles F. Bassett (Picture included)

CHARLES F. BASSETT, 86, of Auburn, died Tuesday, July 12, 2011, at Miller's Merry Manor in LaGrange. Born March 12, 1925, in Scott, Ind., LaGrange County, he was the son of the late Ralph E. and Wreta L. (Hagerty) Bassett. He married Loann L. Hollopeter on Aug. 27, 1955, she survives in Auburn. He received a Bachelor's Degree in Education from Indiana University and a Master's Degree in Education from the University of Arizona. He began his career in education as a Teacher in Brazil, Ind., followed by Avilla and then Shipshewana-Scott Schools. He then became Principal at Wolf Lake in Noble County and Assistant Principal at Argos School in Marshal County. He returned to teaching at Waterloo and finished his last 20 years as a Math Teacher and Guidance Counselor at DeKalb High School and Middle Schools, until his retirement in 1987. He was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Auburn and the men's group of the church. He was involved with many United Methodist Mission work trips during his retirement. He served as an adult leader for the Waterloo Rascals 4H Club for 10 years. He also loved farming and was actively involved in the Bassett Family Farm. He always enjoyed his gardening and vacation travels with family and friends. Also surviving are two sons, Jeff (Susan) Bassett of Howe, Ind. and Dean (Kim) Bassett of Scott; Ind.; daughter, Lori Bassett (Laura DeWitt) of Fort Wayne; three grandchildren, Kylee (Jack) Hope and Kurt and Karen Bassett; stepgrandson, Lucas Neuerburg; great-grandson, Paxton Hope; three sisters, Martha Lou (Robert) Lee of LaGrange, Marilyn (David) Anderson of Kalamazoo, Mich. and Elaine (Paul) Kronewitter of Rolling Prairie, Ind.; brothers-in-law and sister-in-law, David Holly of Fort Wayne and Gerald and Myrna Harkenrider of Springfield, Ohio. He was also preceded in death by two sisters, Charlotte Miller, and Jane Eash. Service is 11 a.m. Monday, July 18, 2011 at Auburn First United Methodist Church with the Rev. Ted Jansen and the Rev. Dale Williams officiating. Calling is from 2 to 6 p.m. Sunday at Feller & Clark Funeral Home, 1860 S. Center St., Auburn. Burial in Woodlawn Cemetery, Auburn. Memorials may be directed to the Auburn First United Methodist Church for Missions. To view an online obituary or to send condolences, visit  
Bassett, Charles F. (I307)
Fort Worth Star-Telegram, May 26, 1991
J. Frank Bass

FORT WORTH ? J. Frank Bass, a former business owner, died Friday at a Fort Worth retirement home. He was 87.
Funeral will be at 10 a.m. Monday at Laurel Land Funeral Home. Burial will be in Laurel Land Memorial Park.
Mr. Bass was born in Martins Mill and had lived in Fort Worth for 58 years. He was a graduate of North Texas State University and a Navy veteran.
Mr. Bass taught school for several years and then was owner and operator of Red Hat Oil Co. in Fort Worth for 30 years until his retirement in 1970. He was a Mason and a member of Travis Avenue Baptist Church.
He and his wife celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary in December.
The family suggests that memorials be made to the American Lung Foundation.
Survivors: Wife, Scharlyn Miller Bass; two sons, James F. Bass and Charles R. Bass, both of Houston; six grandchildren; and several great-grandchildren.
Bass, J. Frank (I49158)
Franklin Home Page, Tennessee, Monday, August 18, 2014
Jerald Lynn Bass: Financial adviser, civic leader

Jerald Lynn Bass, 66, of Pulaski and Franklin, died on Thurs., Aug. 14, at Alive Hospice Hospital in Nashville. He was 66.

Mr. Bass was the son of the late Thurman (Biley) Bass and Elise Bass, Pulaski. Survivors include his wife, Nancy Williams Bass; daughter, Lori (Jeff) McAdams, Brentwood; son, Benjamin (Candace) Bass, Nashville; three grandchildren, Reid, Lily, and Gray McAdams, Brentwood; brother, Tom (Janie) Bass, Murfreesboro; nephew, Rhett Bass, Nashville; niece, Leah Bass and grand-nephew, Cole Phillips, both of Murfreesboro.

He was a graduate of Giles County High School, Martin Methodist College, Middle Tennessee State University (bachelor's and master's degrees), and of the LSU School of Banking. In addition, Mr. Bass attended two years at the YMCA Night Law School in Nashville. He began his financial career in 1971 as Martin Methodist College's director of financial aid and next served as first vice-president of the Union Bank in Pulaski.

Mr. Bass also served as executive vice-president of the Bank of Putnam County in Cookeville, and as president and CEO of the Cumberland County Bank in Crossville. He spent more than 21 years as a Morgan Keegan and Co. financial adviser, and since 2008 had been a financial adviser with Raymond James in Maryland Farms and the First National Bank in Pulaski.

Mr. Bass was a past president of the Pulaski Rotary Club, past vice president of the Cookeville Noonday Lions Club, past Trustee of Martin Methodist College, and past president of the Cumberland Chapter of the Bank Administration Institute. He was a member of the Bethlehem United Methodist Church in Franklin.

Services were held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 16, at Bethlehem United Methodist Church. Burial will be at a later date at Maplewood Cemetery in Pulaski. Donations may be made to the Henry Bass Scholarship at Martin Methodist College, to the Giles County Library, to Bethlehem United Methodist Church, or to the Pearl Point Cancer Support for Sarah Cannon Research Institute, 310 25th Ave N., Suite 303, Nashville, Tennessee. 37203.
Bass, Jerald Lynn (I49271)
From the Diary of J. Bumstead of Boston 1722-1727, we have "News came this month of David Bassett's death in ye West Indies. He and another. Their throats were cut on board his vessel when asleep on ye hay of ye quarter deck, in ye day time 17 August last"

From New Findings on the Melansons
David Basset and his family

The fact that he was married to a Melanson does not necessarily mean that this is the place to give a complete biography of David Basset, although such a biography could fill several pages. Let us be satisfied with indicating here that he was from Marennes, department of Charente-Maritime. In 1687, when he became a citizen of the town of Boston, it is stated that he had resided there with his family for fourteen years. As regards Acadian matters, his name appears for the first time in 1687 under the pen of Parat, governor of Plaisance, when he was apprehended in the act of helping escape, to bring with him to Boston, two Huguenots whom Parat wanted to send to France. Basset was seized with his ship and had to appear before the officers of the Admiralty of Bayonne; it was a question of learning whether he professed the Catholic religion or whether he was of the Reformed Church. On November 19, 1687, the Minister in a letter from Versailles stated to Parat, "It appears from the proceedings that this man professes the Catholic religion." However, another source states that he had to put up bai of 1,000 pounds and abjure, in order to obtain his liberty. He had promised to leave Boston and settle at Port-Royal; it was on this occasion that his wife, Marie Melanson, would not agree to any of this.
Ten years later, in 1697, the last of April, having left Boston loaded with merchandise for Charles de La Tour, junior, he went to contact him at his home, at Pobomcoup, now Pucnico, where Pierre Maisonnet dit Baptiste, having gotten wind of the matter, seized Basset and de La Tour, and brought them to Saint John River, at Nashwaak, where de Villebon granted liberty to Charles de La Tour, after a fine of 300 pounds, but kept Basset in custody. It wasn't until the following year that the latter was permitted to go to Boston, where he was to get his family, which perhaps was only a pretext to obtain his liberty, knowing that Marie Melanson, his wife, had made an irrevocable decision ten years earlier. Again in Acadia in 1700, he was sent for the third time to Boston to get his wife. He dared to return to Acadia without his family; we find him there until 1702, carrying on an illicit trade between Boston and Acadia.
In 1701, Pierre Melsanson, his wife's uncle, owed him 1,400 pounds. It seems probable that subsequently, the merchandise which Pierre Melanson further bought from his was quite considerable, because four years later, in 1705, Pierre Melanson's debt to David Basset amounted to 3,000 pounds. On June 3 of that year, the King annulled that debt due to the lossed whcih Pierre Melanson had suffered at Minas at the time of the raid by the British, doubtless during the devastation caused here by Church in July of the preceding year. This is the last mention that is made of Basset, apparently, in the annals of Acadia. Thereafter, we will have to look for him in the West Indies. It was here that he met his death, August 28, 1724 (new style) when in broad daylight having fallen asleep on the straw, on the quarter-deck of his boat, he had his throat cut; and the same thing happened to a companion who was at his side. Thus ended tragically the one whom Marie Melanson had taken as husband at Boston, reportedly before 1682.
Here are the children they are known to have had:
1- Mary, born Feburary 20, 1683 (March 2, 1684, new style); she was baptized at the Old South Church at Boston, the following April 13;
2- Daivd, born September 3, 1687; he was baptized at the same place as Mary, September 25;
3- John, born June 9, 1693;
4- Elizabeth, born July 15, 1694;
5- David, born May 31, 1697;
6- Anne, born Feburary 8, 1701 (Feburary 19, 1702, new style)

David Basset, a Huguenot from Marennes, in the Saintogne region of southwestern France, married Marie Melancon dit Laverdure, Protestant daughter of Charles Melancon, at Port-Royal c1682 when he was 23. They had seven children, including three sons, but only one of them, also named David, seems to have survived long enough to marry and raise a family of his own. David and Marie settled for a time in Boston, where all of his children were born between 1684 and the early 1700s. There he "entered actively into trade between New England and Newfoundland, shipping tobacco, sugar, and other produce, in exchange for fish." In the autumn of 1687, he ran afoul of the French governor of Plaisance, Newfoundland, who accused him of transporting Huguenots to Boston. The irate governor arrested him and sent him to France, where he was imprisoned at Bayonne. Basset obtained a pardon on condition that he settle with his family at Port-Royal. When war broke out between France and England in 1689, Basset managed to slip back to Boston and, in command of the English ship Porcupine, "he took part in Phips' capture of Port-Royal in 1690. Later he participated in a raid on the coast at La Heve and in the destruction of Fort Saint-Louis ... at Chedabouctou. ... For some time, he continued to be active in both privateering and trading...." Towards the end of the war, in 1697, Basset fell into the hands of French officer Pierre Masionnat dit Baptiste at Cape Sable and was held in the fort at Nashwaak on the Riviere St.-Jean (present-day Fredericton, New Brunswick). He again secured release by promising to "go fetch his family from Boston." In December 1698, after the war had ended, he returned to Acadia "all alone." Governor Villebon arrested him and deported him back to France "on the pretext that he was a dangerous character." Basset managed to secure his release once again, however, by promising to settle in Acadia. The birth of one of his daughters at Charlestown, Massachusetts, in 1702 gives a clue that this wily fellow did not remain in Acadia.
Evidently, one of his descendants, five-year-old Marie Basset, daughter of deceased Francois Basset, traveling with her widowed mother, Marie-Josephe Richard, made it to Louisiana aboard L'Amitie in November 1785. Needless to say, the Acadian branch of this name did not survive in Louisiana. 
Basset, David (I1)
Greensboro Daily News
North Carolina
Friday, January 20, 1978
Mount Vernon Church Minister Dies
High Point - Reverend Fredrick Odell Bass Sr. of 1018 Meadowbrook Boulevard died Tuesday morning at High Point Memorial Hospital.
Funeral will be 2 p.m. today at Mount Vernon Baptist Church, where he was a minister, with the Reverend James Ballard officiating. Burial will be at Carolina Biblical Gardens.
A native of Durham, he graduated from Hillside High School and received his A.B. Degree from North Carolina College (N.C. Central University) in Durham. While in college he was acting pastor of the Mount Vernon Baptist Church in Durham and also studied at Shaw University School of Divinity in Raleigh. He served at First Baptist Church in Reidsville and became pastor of the Mount Vernon Baptist Church in High Point in 1942.
He was a charter member and the first black secretary of the High Point Integrated Ministerial Alliance. He was a member of the Mayor’s Committee, High Point Memorial Hospital Improvement Board, the NAACP and the Rowan Baptist Association, a charter member of the Ordination Counciling of Rowan Baptist Association, member of the General Baptist Convention of North Carolina and the National Baptist Convention.
Surviving are wife, Mrs. Marian Holmes Bass; sons, Fredrick Odell Bass Jr. of Interdenominational Theology Center in Atlanta, Georgia, Thomas Adrian Bass of Moorehouse College in Atlanta.
The body is at Hoover Funeral Home. 
Bass, Reverend Frederick Odell Sr. (I11)
Handbook of Texas Online, Stephanie Piefer Niemeye
Frederick Samuel Bass (1831 ? 1897)

BASS, FREDERICK SAMUEL (1831?1897). Frederick Samuel Bass was born in Brunswick County, Virginia, on October 27, 1831, the son of Benjamin S. Bass and Sarah (Petway) Bass. He graduated from the Virginia Military Institute in 1851. Before the Civil War, he taught at a military academy in Marshall, Texas.
On May 28, 1861, Bass enlisted as captain of Company E, often known as the Marshall Guards, which subsequently became Company E of the First Texas Infantry. The First Texas Infantry served in the Eastern theater of operations as part of the Army of Northern Virginia. On September 17, 1862, he was promoted to major, and on January 5, 1864, he was promoted to the rank of lieutenant colonel. On July 15, 1864, he was promoted again, this time to the rank of colonel and overall commander of the First Texas Infantry Regiment. During the October 7, 1864, battle at Darbytown Road, he was injured with a slight flesh wound in the left leg, but he recovered quickly and resumed his duties. On April 9, 1865, Bass surrendered along with the rest of Gen. Robert E. Lee?s Army of Northern Virginia to Ulysses S. Grant and the United States Army at Appomattox Courthouse. As commander of the First Texas Infantry Regiment, Bass surrendered sixteen officers and 133 soldiers at Appomattox.
After the war, Bass returned to Marshall and served as the president of Marshall University until 1879. On July 30, 1868, he married Mary Ezell and had one son, Robert. After his resignation as president of Marshall University the family moved to Austin. By 1896 he was a registered resident of the Texas Confederate Home and died there on July 9, 1897. He is buried in the State Cemetery in Austin.
Bass, Frederick Samuel (I48760)
Henry Co KY marriage bond gives bride of Harrison Claxon as Margaret Jr., mother as Margaret Sr (BlueGrass Roots 79070). Marriage licence gives name as "Margaretta."

1810 Scott Co Ky, p. 187b/653, line 16, enumerated on 5 Dec 1810 (03101-31101-00), with parents.CENSUS
1870 Henry Co KY, Pleasureville, p. 48, age 59 KY, , mother and father foreign birth, living in household of David H. and Mandy Claxon.

1844, 4 Oct, Margaret Claxon, one of the children and heirs of David Criswell dec'd, sold to Joel Clubb for $100 her undivided interest in 298 acres on Six-Mile Creek (Henry Co deed book 21, p. 54).

!BIRTH: Date estimated.
!PARENTS: David Criswell Sr will (P 329, Will Book 7, Henry Co, KY). 
CRISWELL, Margaret (I11827)
Heritage Funeral Home
Quinn Bass (Includes picture)
December 5, 1952 - April 8, 2020

Mr. Quinn Elwyn Bass, age 67, a resident of Lawrenceburg, departed this life Wednesday morning, April 8, 2020.

Heritage Funeral Home is assisting the family.

Quinn was born December 5, 1952, in Fort Pierce, Florida, and was the son of the late Elwyn Bass and the late Irma Gray Bass. He was a Health inspector for Palm Beach County, Florida, and was a member of the Basinger Christian Brethren Church. Quinn loved being with his family and enjoyed cooking for others; he was known for making the best pound cake. His hobbies included photography, genealogy, Arrowhead hunting, and tending cattle.

Quinn is survived by his wife: Patricia Bass of Lawrenceburg, TN; son: Nathaniel Bass of Lawrenceburg, TN; brother: Brian (Becky) Bass of Pleasant Hill, OH; sister: Marilyn (Keith) Lundy of Basinger, FL; uncle: J.C. (JoAnne) Bass of FL; and aunts: Elda Bass of FL, and Patsy Bass of FL, numerous nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews.

In addition to his parents, Quinn is preceded in death by his uncle: Glenn Bass.
Bass, Quinn Elwyn (I968)
Information on Living Individuals is witheld unless readily available through the most recently released US Census (1930). If you have information to contribute, please email rather than posting notes. 
Dowers, Floyd Albert (I14994)
Is this the "Hallie" mentioned in the Carrollton Democrat, 8 Aug 1885 (or RIN-69)?

1850 Carroll Co Ky, Dist 1, p. 161a(321), age 4, b. KY, with parents.

!BIRTH: 1850 census, Carroll Co Ky; gravestone.
!PARENTS: 1850 census
!DEATH: Gravestone.
!BURIAL: DAR cemetery records for Jefferson Co IN. 
Claxon, Harriet (I11900)
Is this the James T. Claxon (i.e., James T. = Thomas J.) living with David H. and John N. Claxon and working at D. H. Claxon & Co. in 1885/1887 (Louisville city directory) or is James T. same as James F. in 1886 directory?

1870 Jefferson Co KY, Louisville, ward 5, age 13 KY, with father and stepmother.
1880 Jefferson Co KY, Louisville, p. 461C, age 25 KY (parents b. KY), farmer, with father and stepmother.

1886 resident at 2122 W. Madison (clerk for D. H. Claxon & Co.) with father and James F. Claxon (also clerk for D.H. Claxon & Co.) and John N. Claxon, pilot. D.H. Claxon & Co. (baking powders) located rear 2200 W. Chestnut.
1892 not found
1898 not found

!BIRTH: 1860 census Carroll Co Ky, page 5.
!PARENTS: 1860 census Carroll Co Ky, page 5. 
Claxon, Thomas J. (I14554)
Is this the son William Reed Smoot b. 1767 St. Mary Co., MD and his wife Frances Clark? (William found in Franklin Co KY 1810, 1820, 1840)

!BIRTH: Estimated.
!MARRIAGE: DAR records (27 Mar 1834). Owen Co. marriage register (10 Jan 1835). Married by James Baxter. 
Smoot, Reed (I17259)

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