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The Telegraph, Georgia, June 14, 2020
Martha Ann Bass (Picture included)
May 28, 1932 ? June 11, 2020

Macon, Georgia- Martha Ann Wilder Bass, 88, of Macon passed away June 11, 2020. Visitation will be Sunday, June 14, 2020 from 6:00 pm until 8:00 pm at Snow's Memorial Chapel. A Celebration of Life will be held Monday, June 15, 2020 at 11:00 am at Snow's Memorial Chapel, Pio Nono Ave. officiated by Rev. Randall Mimbs. Burial will immediately follow at Glen Haven Memorial Gardens.
Mrs. Bass retired from the Bibb County Tag Commission after 20 years of diligent service. She attended Porterfield Baptist Church and was an organist. She was also an organist during her residency at Baptist Village.
She was the daughter of Oscar Owen Wilder Sr. and Laura Bryant Watson Wilder. Mrs. Bass is survived by her son, William K. Bass (Loraine); grandson, William K. Bass Jr. (Stevie); granddaughters, Melissa Nicole Bass and Morgan Savanna Bass; and two great-grandchildren, Sawyer E. and Kendall R. Bass. She was preceded in death by her husband Herbert R. Bass Sr. and her son, Herbert R. "Herb" Bass Jr.
Please visit www.snowspn.com to express condolences and share memories with the family. Snow's Memorial Chapel, Pio Nono Avenue, has charge of arrangements.
 
Wilder, Martha Ann (I49331)
 
452
The Times Dispatch, Richmond, Virginia, January 12, 1904
Death of W.R. Bass

Mr. W.R. Bass, a native and long resident of Manchester, died at 8 o?clock last night at his home on Bollingbrook Road., Chelsea Hill, aged fifty eyars.
He leaves his wife and several children. The funeral will be from Fairmount Baptist Church at 2 o?clock tomorrow afternoon, and the burial will be in Maury Cemetery.
Mr. Bass was a member of Indianola Tribe, Red Men, and Grove Council, J. O.U.A.M., of Manchester.



1860 Federal Census of Manchester Northern District, Chesterfield County, Virginia
Robert Boss - 38 - Male - Virginia - Carpenter
Martha - 35 - Female - Virginia
F.E. - 10 - Female - Virginia
W.R. - 7 - Male - Virginia
Orin - 3 - Male - Virginia
Arcelia - 3/12 - Female - Virginia

1880 Federal Census of Swansborough, Chesterfield County, Virginia
Wm. R. Bass - 26 - Male - Virginia - Head - Nailer at Old D Nail Works
Mary A. - 21 - Female - Virginia - Wife - Keeps House
Florence - 3 - Female - Virginia - Daughter
William - 1 - Male - Virginia - Son 
Bass, William Robert (I56512)
 
453
The Transcript, Monday, November 29, 1971
Miss Bassette becomes bride at St. Thomas

Miss Barbara Ellen Bassette, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred E. Bassette of 180 Columbia St., Adams, became the bride of Joseph Oleskiewicz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Oleskiewicz of 209 Columbia St., Saturday morning.
The Rev. Timothy J. Champoux, DCL, performed the 11 a.m. ceremony in St. Thomas Aquinas Church. Mrs. David Hakes, vocalist, was accompanied by Mrs. Donald Marcotte, organist.
A reception at Taconic Park Restaurant, Williamstown, was held following the ceremony.
Mrs. William Bassette of Adams, sister-in-law of the bride, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Peter Oleskiwicz of North Adams, Mrs. William Oleskiewicz of Adams, both sisters-in-law of the bridgegroom, Miss Susan O’Neill of North Adams, and Miss Ann Asaevich of Adams, friends of the bride, junior bridesmaid was Miss Bette Jean Bassette of Adams, sister of the bride, Flower girl was Miss Rebecca Bassette of Adams, the bride’s niece.
Paul Oleskiewicz of North Adams, served as his brother’s best man. Ushers were Paul Bassette of North Adams and William Bassetts of Adams, brothers of the bride, Peter Oleskiewicz of North Adams and William Oleskiewicz of Adams, brothers of the bridegroom, Michael Oleskiewicz of Adams, another brother of the bridegroom was junior usher and his nephew, Peter J. Oleskiewicz of North Adams was ring bearer.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an A-line white satin gown accented with two bands of Alencon lace and seeded pearls on either side of the empire waistline, high neckline, bishop sleeves, with Alencon lace and seeded pearls and a full cathedral length train, also with Alencon lace. Her fingertip veil of silk illusion was fastened to a matching Camelot. She carried a cascade bouquet of white miniature carnations and stephanotis and red sweetheart roses, accented with ivy.
The matron of honor, junior bridesmaid, and flower girl wore empire-styled ruby red velvet gowns with ivory lace trim, and headpieces to match. Each carried a basket of white and ruby red pompons and moss green baby’s breath. The bridesmaids wore similar gowns in moss green velvet and headpieces to match. They carried baskets of yellow and white pompons and ruby red baby’s breath.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Oleskiewicz graduated from Adams Memorial High School. Mrs. Oleskiewicz is a licensed practical nurse at the Adams Nursing Home, Inc., North Adams. She graduated from the Charles H. McCann School of Practical Nursing. Mr. Oleskiewicz is employed at North Adams State College, with Genco Construction Co.
Following a wedding trip to Bermuda, the couple will be at home at 7 Burt St., after Dec. 6. 
Bassette, Barbara Ellen (I15402)
 
454
The Transcript, Monday, November 29, 1971
Miss Bassette becomes bride at St. Thomas

Miss Barbara Ellen Bassette, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred E. Bassette of 180 Columbia St., Adams, became the bride of Joseph Oleskiewicz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Oleskiewicz of 209 Columbia St., Saturday morning.
The Rev. Timothy J. Champoux, DCL, performed the 11 a.m. ceremony in St. Thomas Aquinas Church. Mrs. David Hakes, vocalist, was accompanied by Mrs. Donald Marcotte, organist.
A reception at Taconic Park Restaurant, Williamstown, was held following the ceremony.
Mrs. William Bassette of Adams, sister-in-law of the bride, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Peter Oleskiwicz of North Adams, Mrs. William Oleskiewicz of Adams, both sisters-in-law of the bridgegroom, Miss Susan O’Neill of North Adams, and Miss Ann Asaevich of Adams, friends of the bride, junior bridesmaid was Miss Bette Jean Bassette of Adams, sister of the bride, Flower girl was Miss Rebecca Bassette of Adams, the bride’s niece.
Paul Oleskiewicz of North Adams, served as his brother’s best man. Ushers were Paul Bassette of North Adams and William Bassetts of Adams, brothers of the bride, Peter Oleskiewicz of North Adams and William Oleskiewicz of Adams, brothers of the bridegroom, Michael Oleskiewicz of Adams, another brother of the bridegroom was junior usher and his nephew, Peter J. Oleskiewicz of North Adams was ring bearer.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an A-line white satin gown accented with two bands of Alencon lace and seeded pearls on either side of the empire waistline, high neckline, bishop sleeves, with Alencon lace and seeded pearls and a full cathedral length train, also with Alencon lace. Her fingertip veil of silk illusion was fastened to a matching Camelot. She carried a cascade bouquet of white miniature carnations and stephanotis and red sweetheart roses, accented with ivy.
The matron of honor, junior bridesmaid, and flower girl wore empire-styled ruby red velvet gowns with ivory lace trim, and headpieces to match. Each carried a basket of white and ruby red pompons and moss green baby’s breath. The bridesmaids wore similar gowns in moss green velvet and headpieces to match. They carried baskets of yellow and white pompons and ruby red baby’s breath.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Oleskiewicz graduated from Adams Memorial High School. Mrs. Oleskiewicz is a licensed practical nurse at the Adams Nursing Home, Inc., North Adams. She graduated from the Charles H. McCann School of Practical Nursing. Mr. Oleskiewicz is employed at North Adams State College, with Genco Construction Co.
Following a wedding trip to Bermuda, the couple will be at home at 7 Burt St., after Dec. 6. 
Oleskiewicz, Joseph (I15403)
 
455
The Union Leader, September 28, 2011
Romain Bessette (Picture included)

COATICOOK, Quebec - Romain Bessette, 86, died Sept. 24, 2011, at Sherbrooke Hospital in Sherbrooke, Quebec. Mr. Bessette was born on Dec. 5, 1924, in St. Edwidge, Quebec, the son of the late Olivier and Angelina (Routhier) Bessette. He grew up in St. Edwidge, Quebec and attended local schools. He later moved to the United States and was a resident of Manchester for 30 years. In 2004, he moved back to Canada, where he has resided since then. Mr. Bessette was employed at Kalwall for many years. Members of his family include; his wife of 64 years, Carmelle (Cote) Bessette, of Coaticook; three sons, Rene Bessette of Candia, N.H., Fernand Bessette of Colebrook, NH, Marc Bessette, of Manchester, N.H.; five daughters, Gaetane Bessette of Colebrook, N.H.; Martine Goulet, Carmen Pouliot, Mariette Tremblay, Raymonde Lachance, all of Manchester; 19 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; one sister, Therese Comeau, of Canada; many nieces, nephews and cousins. SERVICES: Calling hours are Friday, Sept. 30, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the Phaneuf Funeral Home, 243 Hanover St., corner of Union Street, in Manchester. A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated Saturday at 10 a.m. in Ste. Marie Church, 378 Notre Dame Ave., in Manchester. Committal prayers will follow in Mount Calvary Cemetery Mausoleum in Manchester. Memorial donations may be made to the the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, P.O. Box 4072, Pittsfield, MA 01202. The Phaneuf Funeral Homes and Crematorium, in Manchester is in charge of the arrangements. To view an online memorial, please visit phaneuf.net
Bessette, Romain (I5620)
 
456
There is another David H. Claxon (RIN-1005) living in Henry Co KY.

Middle name "Harrison" from records of Helen Claxon Pierce. Many other records confirm middle initial is "H."

1860 census, occupation shown as "steamboat clerk." 1860 census shows no real estate owned, $100 personal property. In 1860, living next door to John Claxon in Carrollton.

CARON'S LOUISVILLE CITY DIRECTORY
1880, pilot, resident at 562 Madison, near 22nd, with son John N.
1882 baking powder manufacturer, resident at 2122 W. Madison.
1883 resident at 2122 W. Madison with son John N. Claxon; David H. Claxon is baking powder manufacturer, business located at 2200 Chestnut, corner of 22nd St.
1884 baking powder manufacturer, resident at 2122 W. Madison with son, John N. Claxon, pilot.
1885 resident at 2122 W. Madison (D. H. Claxon & Co.) with J. T. Claxon (a son?) and son John N. Claxon.
1886 resident at 2122 W. Madison (D. H. Claxon & Co.) with Thomas J. and James F. (RIN-1020?) Claxon, clerks for D.H. Claxon & Co. and John N. Claxon, pilot. D.H. Claxon & Co. (baking powders) located rear 2200 W. Chestnut.
1887 resident at 2122 W. Madison (D. H. Claxon & Co.) with James T. Claxon (a son?). D.H. Claxon & Co. (baking powders) located rear 2200 W. Chestnut.
1888 resident at 2122 W. Madison, baking powder manufacturer at 2200 W. Chestnut, with James T., clerk, and John N., pilot.
1889 living at 2122 W. Madison.
1890 living at 2122 W. Madison, "baking powder" with John N. Claxon, pilot.
1891 living at 2122 W. Madison, "baking powder" with James T. Claxon, driver.
1892 living at 2122 W. Madison, "baking powder" with James T. Claxon, painter.
1893 living at 2122 W. Madison with James T. Claxon.
1894 living at 2122 W. Madison.
1895 living at 912 W. Jefferson with wife.
1896 living at 533 5th street, Louisville, with wife.
1897 living at 533 5th street, Louisville, with wife and son John N. Claxon. Operates D. H. Claxon & Co., Baking Powder, at Madison, SE corner of 22nd.
1898 living at Preston Street Rd., ne corner of Hill, with wife and son John N. Claxon. Operates D. H. Claxon & Co., baking powder, at Madison, se corner of 22nd. Wife is Supt. of Florence Crittenden Home, son John N. is pilot.
1899 living at Preston, corner of A St. 1900 living at 1010 W. Jeff.

Oct 1884 witness at marriage of niece Arvina Mullin to Stephen McCormick.

Ad in 1885 Louisville city directory, p. 1004: "D. H. Claxon/J. T. Claxon/John N. Claxon/D. H. CLAXON & CO./Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Golden Sheaf Baking Powder/Twenty-second and Chestnut and 2122 Madison Streets, Louisville, Ky./This Baking Powder is guaranteed to be strictly pure and sold only in tin cans."

NEWSPAPER: The Carrollton Democrat (Carrollton, Ky)
1868, 1 Apr: "Mr. Dave Claxon, gentlemanly clerk of the Blue Wing, placed us under obligation by an invitation to ride on the boat, but it was impossible for us to go. " 1868, 29 Apr (p. 3): "Mr. Dave Claxon, the attentive and gentlemanly clerk of the Blue Wing, handed us the Manifest for her up trip yesterday. Dave has our thanks for courtesies." 1868, 6 May (p. 1) (and subsequent issues): Ad: "Blue Wing No. 3, D.H. Claxon, Clerk". 1868, 13 May (p. 3): Another mention of Dave Claxon and the Blue Wing.

CENSUS
1850 Owen Co KY, dist 1, p. 216/492, age 21, with mother.
1860 Carroll Co KY, Carrollton (town), page 5, age 27.
1870 Jefferson Co KY, Louisville, ward 5, age 41 KY, $250 personal estate, Pilot, with wife Elizabeth and 2 sons.
1880 Jefferson Co KY, Louisville, p. 461C, age 52 KY (parents b. KY), makes baking powder, with wife Eliza, and 2 sons.
1900 Jefferson Co KY, dist 7, 1010 Jefferson St, Louisville, ED 88, Sht 15, line 2, age 70, born Jan 1830 in KY (states father b. VA, mother b. KY), baking powders, rents home, with wife Bettie and 3 apparently unrelated boarders. Married 30 years, no children by this wife.

DEEDS
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, David H. and Elizabeth Claxon sold interest in 108 acres on Ky River to T. W. Bates (Owen Co. Deed Book V, p 113).

!BIRTH: 1900 census.
!PARENTS: 1850 census Owen Co KY.
!MARRIAGE: IGI.
!DEATH: KY on-line death index, age 82, Jefferson Co, v. 039, cert . 15440, death vol. 11 
Claxon, David Harrison (I14486)
 
457
There is another David H. Claxon (RIN-117) living in Carrollton and later Louisville.

ATLAS
1883 Henry Co KY: D. H. Claxon, 140 ac, farmer, b. Henry Co 1837, residing in Bethlehem Pct on Bethlehem and Lockport Turnpike. Also, a separate residence of David H. Claxon nearby.

CENSUS
1870 Henry Co KY, Pleasureville Pct and P.O., p. 48(366), 364/438, age 33 KY, farmer, $2000RE/$1150PE, with wife and children plus Margaret Claxon, age 59.
1880 Henry Co KY, Franklinton Dist., ED96, sht17 (p. 98A), line 20, age 42 born KY (parents b. KY), farmer, with wife and 6 children.
1900 (soundex) Henry Co KY, Bethlehem and Pleasureville District, ED32, sht 2, line 94, age 62, with wife and family.

DEEDS
1868, 10 Oct, bought 100 acres in Henry Co. on road leading from Lockport to Newcastle on Six-Mile Creek from Berry Estes (Henry Co deek book 32, p. 155).
1869, 29 Jul, David H. Claxon and Amanda his wife, agreed with Margaret Claxon that since she aided in the purchase of 100 acres on Six-Mile Creek on 10 Oct 1868, Margaret is to use, live on, and enjoy during her lifetime the said tract with David and his family and her support be comfortable and easy for one of her age, and at her death the title to go to David (Henry Co deed book 32, p. 226).

!BIRTH: Tombstone; 1900 census; 1883 Henry Co Atlas; age 83 at death in 1921.
!PARENTS: Records of Mrs. Hilma Claxon Pierce.
!MARRIAGE: Date estimated.
!DEATH: Tombstone; KY online death index, vol. 035, cert. 17422, death vol. 21..
!BURIAL: Henry Co KY Cemeteries-Meek. 
Claxon, David Harrison (I14580)
 
458
This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/honie/1/data/37313

BURIAL: Cemetery information from (June 2002)
Photos of monument sent to Dr. Jeff N. Bassett/National Bassett Project. 
Bassett, Nancy (I884)
 
459
This is first wife of Lloyd Claxon.
!BIRTH: Estimated. 
Tisonova, Veronika (I14508)
 
460
Thomas, ancestor of the Bassets of Heddington, from whom diverged the Wycombe Bassets. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage, Ltd., London, 1883, p. 26, Basset, Barons Basset, of Welden] 
Bassett, Thomas of Headington (I3011)
 
461
Times Picayune, Louisiana, December 21, 2004
Robert Randolph Bass

Robert Randolph 'Bob' Bass died of cancer at Ochsner Hospital at 3 pm on Decmeber 20, 2004. He 2as 55. Mr. Bass was a lifelong resident of New Orleans. Son of the late Florence Pottharst Bass and Pat F. Bass. Survivors include his Brothers Pat F. 'Rick' Bass and Donald J. Bass. Relatives
and friends are invited to attend a memorial service celebrating his life at 3:00 pm on Wednesday, December 22, 2004 at St. George Episcopal Church, 4600 St. Charles Ave. No, La. 70115. Because of his lifelong commitment to music and the creative arts the family has requested in lieu of flowers donations to the Nocca Institute, 2800 Charters, New Orleans, La, 70117. Arrangements, done by Lake Lawn Metairie Funeral Home.
 
Bass, Robert Randolph (I49421)
 
462
Twin of Evadene.
!BIRTH: Records of niece Kristina (Claxon) Stearley.
!PARENTS: Records of niece Kristina (Claxon) Stearley. 
Claxon, Emagene Elizabeth Frances (I14498)
 
463
Twin sister to Merritt Newton Mullen. No longer living with parents at 1880 census (would be age 22), but no marriage or death record found. Lived in California?

A Mary E. Mullen m. J. A. Hagarty on 26 May 1884 Henderson Co KY. This Mary???

CENSUS
1860 Owen Co KY, New Liberty P.O., age 2.
1870 Jefferson Co KY, Shardines Pct (pp 21-22 (416)), age 12 born KY, with parents.

!BIRTH: Age 2 at 1860 census; 12 at 1870. Twin brother born Oct 1857 per 1900 census.
!DEATH: Still living at 1870 census. 
Mullin, Mary E. (I14610)
 
464
Utica Daily Press, Saturday, 4 Jan 1936
Lynn J. Wakefield

Ilion – Lynn J. Wakefield, 54, died at his home, Ilion RD2, Thursday, Jan. 2, 1936, after a long illness.
He was born at Milford on Dec. 3, 1889 and had lived in this vicinity for 30 years. He was a member of the M.E. Church and of the Odd Fellows. In 1916 he was married to Lillian Spoor at Ilion.
Surviving are his widow: one daughter, Ellen, his mother, Mrs. Adeline Wakefield, Ilion; one brother, Lester, Rochester; one niece and one nephew. 
Wakefield, Lynn J. (I27)
 
465
Viginia died when an infant by scalding herself to death. She is buried in the Eckerty Cemetery. Died from infection after bad burns.

!BIRTH: Records of niece Kristina (Claxon) Stearley.
!PARENTS: Records of niece Kristina (Claxon) Stearley.
!DEATH: Records of niece Kristina (Claxon) Stearley.
!BURIAL: Records of niece Kristina (Claxon) Stearley. 
Claxon, Virginia Jewel (I14497)
 
466
Was a pilot on the Ohio and Kentucky rivers as a young man. Was married at residence of his mother, 1216 Cypress St., Louisville, KY. Died of a "massive coronary" per wife Blanche.
Named for his Uncle, William Houghton.

SSN 401-07-6347/KY

LOUISVILLE KY CITY DIRECTORY
1928 1216 Cypress, pilot. 1929 1216 Cypress, grinder at H. Vogt Machine Co.
1930 2307 Rowan, auto mechanic.
1963 3901 Hillsboro Rd., mechanic for Louisville Municipal Housing.

CENSUS
1920 Franklin Co KY, Frankfort City, Kenney's Mill Pct, 724 Benson Ave, ED88, sht 3, line 99, age 17, with parents.
1930 Jefferson Co KY, Louisville, 2307 Rowan St., age 27 I6 (parents b. KY), married age 24, tool checker at motor company, living in household of father-in-law Robert N. Mitchell. (note says "see sheet 9B line 86, which is where wife Blanche was added).

!BIRTH: Birth certificate in possession of wife, Blanche; Houghton family bible in possession of Mary Helen Stevens Jones; SSDI.
!MARRIAGE: Marriage certificate in possession of wife, Blanche. Wedding announcement gives date and location (1216 Cypress St, Louisville, KY, - William's mother's residence).
!DEATH: Personal knowledge of wife, Blanche. Social Security records. Grave marker in Frankfort Cemetery; KY death index, v. 29, cert 14161.
!BURIAL: Personal knowledge of wife. 
Mullen, William Houghton (I14600)
 
467
Was a Registered Nurse (RN) in Louisiana

Buried in Arlington National Cemetery, Grave 2085LH, Section 30, next to husband.

Baptized 10 Jun 1917, Union Ave. Baptist Church, Bogalusa, LA (16 yrs old).

SSN 436-60-8014

CENSUS
1920 Washington Par. LA, Bogalusa City, Adamstown, ED139, sht 13, line 15, age 18, with parents.
1930 Orleans Par LA, New Orleans, ward 13, ED 36-216, sht 31A, 11 Marlboro Gates St., apt I, age 28 LA [sic] (parents b. MS), married age 26, head nurse at hospital, with husband and mother-in-law.

!BIRTH: (1) Notarized statement of maternal aunt (Ophelia Fairchild), who was present at birth. (2) Enumerated in 1910 federal census (Apr 15) as "Opia May SMITH, age 9, daughter of B.L. and Sarah Smith" residing in Lincoln Co. MS (Note; residence was "near Wesson" and Wesson is in Copiah Co. near Lincoln Co. line).
!DEATH: LA death cert. #157-12-973
!BURIAL: Records of Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA. 
Smith, Ophie Mae (I14596)
 
468
Wayne County News, Tennessee, Tuesday, August 4, 2020
Celia Ann Bass Barnett

Celia Ann Bass Barnett, Waynesboro, Tennessee, was born May 17, 1941 in Waynesboro, Tennessee, the daughter of the late Boyd and Shirley Luna Dixon. She married Carroll Dean Bass and he preceded her in death, June 11, 1982. She later married Frank Allen Barnett. Mrs. Barnett, a retired secretary, worked with Methodist Publishing House. She was a member of Waynesboro First United Methodist Church and departed this life, Monday, July 27, 2020 at Boyd Cottages, Waynesboro, Tennessee at the age of 79 Years, 2 Months, 10 Days.

Survivors, her husband, Frank Allen Barnett; daughters, Joby Hughes, husband, Mark and Bridget Crews, husband, Jason all of Waynesboro, TN; step-daughter, Jyl Davis, husband, Tim, Ringgold, GA; stepsons, Vic Barnett, wife, Kathy, Waynesboro, TN, Andee Barnett, wife, Stephanie, Hendersonville, TN; grandchildren, Alex (Ben) Hargrove, Tyler Hughes, Karson Crews, Raegan Crews, Maegan Edwards, Joel (Destin) Barnett, Heath (April) Davis, Hannah (Josh) Coulter, Katie Barnett, Emmie Barnett, Addie Barnett, Brennan Huff, Katelyn (Matt) Kline; great-grandchildren, Camryn, Dakota, Madalynn, Hazel, Stratton, Stricklin, Tate, Iley and baby Franklin Heath; brother-in-law, Rick Barnett, wife, Marsha, Hendersonville, TN; sisters-in-law, Jeanine Dixon and June Steele, husband, Jeter all of Waynesboro, TN and Betty Hurst, Trussville, AL and she was blessed with many special nieces, nephews, other family and friends. Besides her first husband and her parents, Mrs. Barnett was preceded in death by daughter, Ann Carol Bass; brother, Jimmy Dixon; brother-in-law, Gene Hurst; grandson, Elijah (Jack) Edwards.

Graveside services were Saturday, August 1, 2020 at 11:00 am at Memorial Gardens, Waynesboro, Tennessee. Bro. Chris Blalock officiated. Shackelford Funeral Directors, Wayne County assisted the family. Pallbearers were Tyler Hughes, Ben Hargrove, Joel Barnett, Heath Davis, Josh Coulter and Cameron McDonald with honorary pallbearers being Chris Dixon, Nicky Dixon, David Dixon, Seth Dixon, Ashton Dixon, Lucas Averett, Ethan Lacher and Danny Davis.
 
Dixon, Celia Ann (I49402)
 
469
Worcester Telegram & Gazette, February 6, 2012
David J. Bessette

David J. Bessette, 67. Died Saturday, February 4, 2012. Calling hours, 8:30-9-30 a.m., Thursday, February 9, 2012 at the funeral home. Funeral service 10 a.m., Thursday, February 9, 2012, Mass in St. Joseph's Church, 358 Pleasant St., Gardner. Funeral Home: Poliks Funeral Home, 431 Pleasant St., Gardner.

Poliks Funeral Home, February 8, 2012
David J. Bessette (Picture Included)

GARDNER – David J. Bessette, 67 of Gardner, was called to the kingdom of God
on Saturday, February 4, 2012 at the St. Vincent Hospital in Worcester. David
was born in Gardner on January 19, 1945, the son of the late James L. Bessette and Jennie (Sokolowski) Bessette of Gardner. He was raised and educated in Gardner and was a former Gardner High School Wildcat class of 1964. At G.H.S., he excelled in three sports: basketball, baseball and football. He was well known for his athleticism playing for the Gardner Panthers and Leominster Legion and he played football at Springfield College. After graduating from Springfield, David was an assistant coach at Leominster High School. He then took a job teaching and was head football coach at Murdock High School. David later began a career in the Insurance industry working his way up to managing the Gardner office of MetLife. David wanted to make a difference in Gardner and was involved in politics. He represented Ward 1 for a number of years and was a member of the city council. David then moved to Maine where he managed a number of offices. Dave’s love for the beach brought him to Melbourne, Florida several years ago and when he became ill, he returned to Gardner to receive long term care at Spring Valley Rehab in Worcester. In addition to his mother, David also leaves his brother, Jim Bessette and wife Linda of Fernandina Beach, Florida; a nephew, John Bessette and his family of Fitchburg, and a niece, Karen Valeri and family of Leominster. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Thursday, February 9, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. in St. Joseph's Church, 358 Pleasant St., Gardner. Burial will follow at St. Joseph's Cemetery in Gardner. A calling hour will be held Thursday, February 9, 2012 from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. at the Poliks Funeral Home, 431 Pleasant Street, Gardner. The family would like to express their gratitude to the staff of Spring Valley Rehab and Saint Vincent Hospital, Worcester. 
Bessette, David J. (I16019)
 
470
Worcester Telegram & Gazette, September 9, 1994
Leo E. Bessette, 71

FITCHBURG - Leo E. Bessette Sr., 71, of 8 Maryanna Drive, a retired printer, died yesterday in his home, after a long illness.
He leaves his wife of 48 years, Ruth C. (Brown) Bessette; a son, Leo Bessette Jr. of Fitchburg; two daughters, Donna Brand of Westmoreland, N.H., and Judy Keany of Braintree; three sisters, Irene McGowen of Lynn, Esther Helie of Winchendon and Janet Jenness of San Jose, Calif.; three grandchildren; nephews and nieces. He was born in Fitchburg, son of Louis and Elizabeth (Bushman) Bessette, and lived here most of his life.
He was an Army veteran of World War II, serving in the European-African-Middle Eastern theater.
Mr. Bessette was a printer at Rand-Whitney Corp. in Leominster for 28 years, retiring in 1982.
He was a member of the Townsend Post VFW, the Eastwood Club and St. Camillus de Lellis Church.
The funeral will be tomorrow in Lavery-Chartrand Funeral Home, 99 Summer St., with a prayer service at 10:30 a.m. Burial will be in St. Bernard's Cemetery. Calling hours at the funeral home are 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. tomorrow. 
Bessette, Leo E. Sr. (I14333)
 
471
[Could this be same person?] 
Wetherbee, Sarah M (I11489)
 
472 South Bend Tribune, July 10, 2010
Devona Bassett

July 7, 2010 ELKHART - Devona "Dee" Bassett, 76, died Wednesday in her home. Survivors include daughters, Sherry M. (Richard) Grise and Barb Basset; sons, Kevin L. (Jennfier) Miller, Charles Bassett, Douglas A. (Regina) Bassett and Steven J. (Janet) Basset; brothers, Paul, Bob and Tommy; and sisters, Cheryl, Betty, Suzi and Ginger. Memorial services will be at 6 p.m. Tuesday in Hartzler-Gutermuth-Inman Funeral Home, where friends may call two hours before services.



The Truth – Obituaries, Saturday, July 10, 2010
Devona Bassett
April 28, 1934 – July 7, 2010


ELKHART -- Devona "Dee" Bassett, 76, of Elkhart, passed away Wednesday (July 7, 2010) at 2:30 p.m. at her home.
She is survived by daughters Sherry M. (Richard) Grise of Missouri and Barb Bassett of Illinois; sons Kevin L. (Jennifer) Miller of Elkhart, Charles Bassett of Hawaii, Douglas A. (Regina) Bassett of Indiana and Steven J. (Janet) Bassett of Michigan; many grandchildren and great-grandchildren; brothers Paul, Bob and Tommy; and sisters Cheryl, Betty, Suzi and Ginger.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Ray Bassett, daughter Debbie Miller and grandson Christian Ernsberger.
She and Ray retired to Leesburg and Madeira Beach, Fla., before returning to the area to be closer to family. She was looking forward to attending her late husband's induction into the RV/MV Hall of Fame Museum August 2.
Friends may call from 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesday at Hartzler-Gutermuth-Inman Funeral Home, where a memorial service will begin at 6 p.m. with a private graveside service in Rice Cemetery at a later date.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Center for Hospice and Palliative Care. 
Miller, Devona "Dee" (I68)
 
473

& Gazette, Worcester Telegram November 18, 2014
Virginia E. Quitadamo, 85 (Picture included)

Published in Worcester Telegram & Gazette from Nov. 18 to Nov. 20

Worcester - Virginia E. (Bassett) Quitadamo died on Tuesday, November 18, 2014 She was 85.

She was born in Worcester on March 15, 1929, daughter of the late Harry D. and Lily (Olson) Bassett and graduated from the former Commerce High School. She married Ralph P. Quitadamo on July 1, 1948, with the intent of raising a large family. She succeeded. They raised 6 children in the home they shared in Worcester for over 50 years. Upon retirement, Ginny and Ralph enjoyed summers at their cottage in Oak Bluffs, MA. Ginny worked as a dining services manager for the Paul Revere Insurance Company.

Virginia was active in her children's lives. She served as a Cub Scouts' Den Mother, a PTO member, a Campfire Girls Leader and sat on the Board of Directors for the Worcester chapter. She was a member of the Ladies Auxiliary of the East Side Post 201 American Legion. She loved to cook, especially for her family, and dance, especially with her husband, and was a faithful member of Hadwen Park Congregational Church and its Bible study group.

In heaven, Virginia joins her husband Ralph who died April 4, 2006 and her son, Richard Quitadamo who died May 13, 2013, and her brother, Harry Bassett.

She leaves her children, Ralph "Paul" Quitadamo of Worcester, Anthony Quitadamo and his wife, Kim, of Holden, Marcia E. Quitadamo of Worcester, Dianne M. Lowe and her husband, Kenneth, of Oak Bluffs, and Susan M. Hunt and her husband, Kevin, of Charlton; her daughter-in-law Julie (Wood) Quitadamo of Shrewsbury; her grandchildren, Richard and Matthew Quitadamo, Angela and Beth Quitadamo, Rebecca Wood, Corey Lowe, Cole and Bradley Quitadamo, Hugo and Elliott Hunt; her great-grandchildren, Ceasar and Matteo Quitadamo, Ainsley and Cian Moran, Catherine and Esme Wood; nieces and nephews.

Family and friends will honor and remember Virginia's life by gathering for calling hours at Heald & Chiampa Funeral Directors ~ The Sumner House, 5 Church Road, On the Common, Shrewsbury Center on Friday, November 21st from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. and again on Saturday morning in Hadwen Park Congregational Church, 6 Clover Street, Worcester where her Funeral Service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Pastor Judith Hanlon will officiate. Burial will be private in Worcester County Memorial Park, Paxton.

Memorials in her memory may be made to Hadwen Park Congregational Church, 6 Clover Street, Worcester, MA 01603.

Worcester Telegram & Gazette, November 18, 2014
Virginia E. Quitadamo 85

Worcester - Virginia E. (Bassett) Quitadamo, died Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2014. Calling hours 4-8 pm Friday. Complete obituary on Thursday by Heald & Chiampa Funeral Directors ~ The Sumner House, 5 Church Rd., Shrewsbury.
 
Bassett, Virginia E. (I28)
 
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Biography of Cyrus Wilson
Biographical and historical record of Adams and Wells counties, Indiana
Chicago: Lewis Publishing Co., 1887, p 868-871

Cyrus Wilson, farmer, was born in Trumbull County, Ohio, a son of Gibson and Nancy A. (Harris) Wilson. The father was born in Washington County, Pennsylvania, and was a son of James and Alice Wilson. He married his wife in Ohio, and for several years they resided upon his father's farm. In 1851 Mr. amd Mrs. Gibson Wilson, with their children, Elizabeth, Cyrus, James and Nancy, made a location in Jefferson Township. The father purchased 240 acres on section 16, town 28, range 12, upon which he erected the first cabin the same year. The whole tract was covered with timber and Cyrus, our subject, although seven years of age, helped to burn the brush, and saw the logs placed in position that were to shelter the family in the new country. The nearest neighbors, William Craig, Sr., William Shaphel, Moses Louthen and William Chapman, were residents of Ossian, and the latter kept a small stock of general merchandise. Gibson Wilson was a quiet, inoffensive man who took the greatest comfort in his home and with his family. Both himself and wife were of Irish ancestry, the grandparents of both having been born in Ireland. He was on of the first road supervisors in the township, and was the overseer when the first raods leading from Ossian were cleared of underbrush. He and his wife were members of the first Presbyterian church erected in the township, and the children were reared strictly in that faith. John L., Margaret and Emma were born in this county. The death of the father occurred in 1862. His wife still survives, and is now in her sixty-eighth year. All the children but one are living, and all are married. Elizabeth became the wife of Robert Rodgers, a farmer residing on a part of the original Wilson homestead; James married Lydia Fleming, and resides in Harrison Township; Nancy A. is the wife of Isaac Allen, a son of one of the oldest residents of the county; Margaret A. married Lorenzo Anthony, a resident of Union Township; John is the husband of Mary Housel, and resides on the homestead farm. The mother lives with them and has had the pleasure of holding twenty-one grandchildren in her arms, all of whom were born in this county. She has one grea-grandchild, Clarence Smith, son of William and Mary J. (Rodgers) Smith, youngest daughter of Elizabeth and Robert Rodgers. In August, 1862, our subject enlisted in Company K, Seventy-fifth Indiana Infantry, as a private. He was soon after made Corporal, serving three years in that capacity. He was Color-Guard at the famous battles of Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Resaca, Atlanta, and in the march to the sea he was either Color-Guard or Standard Bearer. In one of the engagements a bullet passed through his clothes without touching his body. He carried the colors of his regiment when the great military review was held at Washington, the grandest military spectacle ever seen on the American continent. He laid his colors down only when peace was declared and the preservation of the Union was acknowledged by all to be due to the noble sons of the States who had fought valiantly for three long years. After his return from the army he went to Beaver County, Pennsylvania, where he remained ten years engaged in farming. In that State he was married in 1875, to Miss Mary Frazier, of Lawrence County, and the same year the young couple returned to Indiana, where Mr. Wilson purchased his present farm. He erected his elegant house, and they are now comfortably settled within sight of Ossian. They have five children - Raymond F., John H., Nettie B., Otto O. and Chester C. Mr. Wilson built his fine barn, 36 x 56 feet, in 1887.

 
Wilson, Cyrus (I33508)
 
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Cape Cod Times, Hyannis, MA, Friday, July 22, 2016
Douglas Kurt Bassett

CENTERVILLE - Douglas Kurt Bassett, of Centerville passed away unexpectedly on Monday July 18, 2016.Douglas was born and raised in Vermont before coming to live at the Cape.

A loving and loyal son, brother, uncle and a good friend too many.

Douglas leaves behind his father, Lawrence Bassett of NC, his mother Theresa Duchesney-Rucker of Centerville, brother Duke Bassett of NH, sister Chelsea Bassett of NH, and his niece Jazalyn Bassett of NH.

Gone to soon, he will be greatly missed by all.

Visiting hours will be from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, July 23rd in the John-Lawrence Funeral Home, 3778 Falmouth Road, Marstons Mills.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made In Loving Memory of Douglas K. Bassett, c/o Citizens Bank, 3900 Falmouth Rd., Marstons Mills, MA 02648.

For online guestbook and directions, please visit www.johnlawrencefuneralhome.com.
 
Bassett, Douglas Kurt (I33001)
 
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Creston News Advertiser, Creston, Iowa, 17 Jul 2006
Ronald Bassett, Wagoner, Okla.

Ronald Bassett, 72, of Wagoner, Okla., formerly of Corning, died July 6, 2006, at the Veterans Administrative Medical Center-Palliative Care Facility in Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Graveside services were 1 p.m. Monday, July 10, at Evergreen Cemetery in Prescott. Military rites were provided by the VFW Theodore J. Martins Post 1797. Memorials are to be established. Powers Funeral Home, 601 New York Ave., had charge of arrangements.

Ronald Keith Bassett, son of Mildred Lucille (Crow) and Merrill Clark Bassett, was born Nov. 2, 1933, in Iowa City. He graduated from Corning High School and Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville, Mo. He served in the U.S. Navy form April 1052 to April 1956.

Ronald settled in the Denver, Colo. area when he first returned from the Navy where he worked for the Denver Police Department, then for the United States Marshall's office for nearly 10 years. Later, he worked for various oil companies and telephone companies working as a land agent doing land leases and sales, before retiring in 2003 while living in Wagoner, Okla. He recently moved to Leeds, Ala. He was a member of the Methodist Church in various locations.

Survivors include a brother, Merrill Dean (wife Patricia) Bassett of Humboldt; two nieces, Kayla Bassett of Leeds, Ala., and Terry (Bassett) Swanson of Pace, Fla.; grand-nephews Brett and Tyler and grand-niece Arielle Swanson, all of Pace, Fla.

Ronald was preceded in death by his parents.
 
Bassett, Ronald Keith (I40)
 
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Danbury News Times, Connecticut, Friday, 12 Dec 1952
Mrs. Cleveland Gregory Bassett

Mrs. Cleveland Gregory Bassett, 63, the former Nellie Augusta Lewis of Danbury, died at her home, 14 Gilbert Street, Ridgefield, Thursday morning. She had been in failing health for the past year and in critical condition the past few weeks. Born in Danbury July 16, 1889, she was the daughter of the late Howard and Adelle Hyatt Lewis. She married Mr. Bassett 45 years ago and they made their home in Ridgefield since that time. She was a member of St. Stephens' Church and its women auxiliary, and was a past noble grand of Mary Rebekah Lodge and a past matron of Mamanasco Chapter O.E.S. In addition to her husband, she is survived by three sons, Howard L. of Ridgefield, Francis J. of Wayne, Pennsylvania, Cleveland G. of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; a daughter Mrs. Curtiss Temper Dyke, Jr. of Ridgefield; a brother John Lewis of Danbury; five grandchildren and one nephew. The body was removed to the Tomlison Homestead, Danbury, and will repose at her home where friends may call this afternoon and evening. The funeral will be conducted at St. Stephens' Episcopal Church Saturday at 2 p.m. with the Rev. Aaron Maderback, rector, officiating. Burial will be in the family plot in Mapleshade cemetery Ridgefield.
 
Lewis, Nellie Augusta (I3373)
 
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DEATH CLAIMS WILLIAM BASS
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Well Know Citizen Died Tuesday Night at Home in West Broadway.
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ILL SINCE LAST SATURDAY
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Funeral Services Will Be Held at Ten-Thirty O'clock Friday Morning.

William Bass, well known and highly respected resident of Shelbyville, died at his home, 370 West Broadway, at ten o'clock Tuesday night after a short illness of uremic poisoning. His death is a shock to his numerous friends in the city and county as he had only been ill since last Saturday night and the seriousness of his condition was not generally known.

Mr. Bass was born in this county on July 11, 1859, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leason Bass. He would have been seventy-three years of age next Saturday. The deceased had successfully engaged in farming and he and Mrs. Bass moved from their farm, north of the city, to Shelbyville in September of 1903. For a number of years he served as secretary of the Citizens Gas Company here.

Mr. Bass had been superintendent of the Shelby County Joint Agricultural Association for the past twenty-five years and was always interested in its work. He was actively engaged in the activities of the Republican party also. The deceased was a member of the First Christian church of this city, of Shelby Lodge, no. 28, Free and Accepted Masons, and of Baldwin Cammandery, No. 2 Knights Templar.
Leaves Many Relatives.
The widow, Mrs. Harriet Bass, one son, Dr. F. E. Bass, of this city, a daughter, Mrs. Ernest Bassett, of Kokomo, both by a former marriage, and another daughter, Mrs. Morris Bush, of this city, survive. Mr. Bass also leaves a niece, Mrs. Frank Schoelch, of this city, who made her home with Mr. and Mrs. Bass for several years before her marriage; eight grandchildren; four great grandchildren, and two sisters, Mrs. A.E. Lisher and Mrs. Thomas Fox, both of Shelbyville.

Funeral services will be held at the home Friday morning at 10:30 o'clock with the Rev. Paul E. Million, of the First Christian church, officiating. Burial will be in the Forest Hill Cemetery in charge of Charles M. Ewing.

 
Bass, William Morris (I21195)
 
479
Denver Post, Colorado, Wednesday, June 15, 1927
Former Colorado Attorney General Dead At Greeley
Victor E. Keyes Succumbs To Stomach Trouble from Which He Suffered Years
Victor E. Keyes

Greeley, Colo., June 15.-Victor E. Keyes, attorney general of Colorado from 1918 to 1922 and for several years prior to that period assistant deputy district attorney of the Eighth district, died at his home here Tuesday afternoon from ulcer of the stomach. Keyes, who suffered from stomach trouble for several years, was taken ill in his law office Monday morning. He went home and retired to his bed, but did not consider his condition serious enough to call a physician until Tuesday, which proved too late. A postmortem examination was held to determine the actual cause of his death.
The former attorney general was born at Oneonta, N.Y., Jan. 16, 1879. He came to Colorado in 1898 and attended the Colorado university preparatory school. He graduated from the Colorado State Teachers college at Greeley in 1901 and later received degrees from Colorado college and the University of Chicago.
He is survived by his widow, formerly Miss Dora Ladd of Denver, and three children ? Charles, 17 years old; Ernest, 14 years old, and Betty Jane, 9 years old. He also is survived by his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Keyes, 1869 Bannock street, Denver; a sisters, Miss Margaret Joy Keyes, member of the faculty of the Colorado State Teachers college, and two brothers, Dr. John Bassett Keyes of Chicago and Attorney Carlyle Marlett Keyes of Evanston, Ill. Keyes first met Miss Ladd while both were students at the Colorado State Teachers college.
Following his retirement as attorney general of Colorado, Keyes returned to Greeley and resumed the practice of law. He was prominent and popular in legal, fraternal, club and church circles. He was a member of the Knights of Pythias, Odd Fellows and Elks and was president of the Colorado society, Sons of the American Revolution in 1921 and 1922. He was a member of the Greeley Presbyterian church.
Keyes graduated from the Colorado State Teachers college in 1901 and for the next years was principal of the schools at Fairplay, Colo. Then he went to Colorado college at Colorado Springs where he obtained a master?s degree and then to Chicago, where he studied law.
Funeral arrangements have not yet been completed, but the services will probably be held Friday, after the arrival of Keyes? two brothers from Illinois.
 
Keyes, Victor Ernest (I114)
 
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Mansfield News Journal, 20 Apr 1961

Bassett, Bess Hatton - Mrs. Bess Hatton Bassett, 78, 288 Vennum Ave., a resident of this area most of her life, died at her home about 1:15 Wednesday. She was born at Ottawa, Ohio, on Dec. 28, 1882. She was married to Seward Bassett who died June 4, 1958. Survivors are two sons, Harry L. Bassett, at home, and George W. Bassett of 551 Fairoaks Blvd., and three nieces, Mrs. Robert LeFevre of Mansfield, Mrs. Lawrence Baldinger of Loudonville and Mrs. Genevieve Mark of Killbuck. Funeral services will be held at Jones Memorial in charge of Dr. William M. Taylor, pastor of the Park Avenue Baptist Church. Burial will be in Loudonville Cemetery.

 
Hatton, Bessie (I848)
 
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Notre Dame Instructor Found Dead On Rails Near Huntington

Huntington - The body of a Notre Dame University ROTC instructor who had been visiting relatives during the Thanksgiving holiday was found lying across the tracks of the Erie-Lackawanna Railroad 2 1/2 miles northeast of here Friday.
Authorities said the upper portion of the body of Army Staff Sgt. Donald Joseph Brown, 30, had been mangeled severely, presumably by one or more trains which passed over the track during a period of several hours Brown was missing.
The body was picked up about 7:30 p.m., shortly after the crew of a train which passed by earlier reported to authorities that an unidentified object was seen lying on the tracks. Officials said Brown had been dead "for some time", and may have been run over by one or more of several other trains which passed through earlier Friday. Visibility was low during the day, due to weather conditions, they noted.
Brown, a native of Huntington, who with his wife and two children had been visiting in the home of her parents over the holiday, left the home at 11:30 a.m. Friday to take his car to a Huntington garage for repairs. Garage employees confirmed Brown had been there and left after his car was serviced.
Huntington County Sheriff Marion Van Pelt and railroad investigator L.t J.E. Zinsmeister said Brown's car was found parked and locked at a county road railroad crossing on the Huntington-Union Township line, about 150 feet from where the body was discovered on the tracks. They said a resident of the area recalled seeing the car parked there around 1 p.m.
The investigation was continuing late Friday, Huntington County Coroner Dr. S.E. Cope said hours after the discovery of the body that he had "not ruled out" foul play in the case, in view of the fact Brown's family said he had been in apparently good spirits.
Brown was the son of Mrs. Cornelius Brown here. His wife's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cantrell.
In addition to the wife, Karen; two children, and the mother, Brown is survived by two brothers and four sisters.
The body was taken to Merckx Funeral Home, where friends may call after 7 p.m. Saturday. Rosary will be recited at the funeral home at 7:30 p.m., Sunday, and services will be in St. Mary's Catholic Church at 9:30 a.m. Monday.
 
Brown, Donald Joseph (I33021)
 
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Oliver Bassett
The Connecticut Maple Leaf
Vol. 2, June 1985, page 50

Oliver Bassett, the capable manager of the town farm in the town of Killingly, was born at Danielson, Connecticut, May 12, 1876, his parents being John B. and Adeline (Dragon) Bassett. The father, a native of Canada, remained in that country to the age of twelve years and then came to the United States, continuing his education which had been begun in the schools of his native country, by study in a night school at Danielson. He was afterward employed in the Quinebaug mills of Danielson, spending twenty-five eyars as a loom fixer. Later he purchased a farm near Danielson and for sixteen years devoted his attention to general farming and dairying and also operated a cider mill upon his place. He passed away May 19, 1909, and is still survived by his widow, who makes her home with her daughter, Mrs. William Ross, on Broad Street in Danielson. Their family numbered four children: Oliver, of this review, Clara, who is the wife of William Ross, a reed manufacturer who also operates a sawmill in Danielson; John, who married Eva Rapp, of Danielson, and is associated with Mr. Ross in reed manufacturing; and Alfred, who weeded Lillian McNeal, of Providence, Rhode Island, and is also connected with Mr. Ross in the reed business.
Oliver Bassett was a pupil in the public schools of Danielson and in youth began working in the cotton mills, being thus employed for five years. He afterward turned his attention to farming and from 1889 until 1900, or for a period of eleven years, was employed by Daniel Shippee. Later he purchased the old home place, which he rented to others for a time but eventually sold. He then leased a farm from Mrs. Charles Perkins in the town of Killingly for a period of eleven years and thereon devoted his attention to the cultivation of his fields and to dairying, conducting his business affairs with very gratifying success. He afterward purchased farm land near Danielson and it was his intention to there engage in the lumber business, but he was solicited by the officials of the town to take over the town farm and accordingly he rented his place in Danielson and assumed the management of the town farm in November, 1916. Here he has since remained, giving excellent satisfaction by his capable management of the property and the care of those living thereon.
On the 20th of March, 1898, Mr. Bassett was married to Lena Shippee, daughter of Daniel and Mary (Thompson) Shippee, natives of Windham county. To this marriage five children have been born: Lawrence O., Mary E., Earl, John E. and Adeline, all yet at home with the exception of Earl, who has been called to the home beyond.
Mr. Bassett is a republican in his political views. He worked for the town for several years as foreman of the roads and he has always maintained a helpful attitude in public affairs. The family attend and support the Congregational church of Dayville.
 
Bassett, Oliver (I18439)
 
483
Peaslee Funeral Home Notice, Sep 2006
Arthur R. Bassett, 1939-2006

Arthur R. Bassett, age 67, of Dover, died suddenly on Saturday, September 2, 2006, while visiting with his son.

He was born August 6, 1939 in Lawrence, Mass., son of the late Arthur W. and Anna I. (Le Clair) Bassett.

A graduate of Haverhill Trade School, he worked as a mechanic, before moving to Farmington with his family. There, he was an EMT for the Farmington Volunteer Ambulance Corps.

He spent weekends snowmobiling, tobogganing and taking his children on many memorable camping trips. Coin collecting, stock car racing and family gatherings were some of his favorite pastimes.

The family includes his daughter: Charlene Bliss of Raymond, NH and her children: Allison & Ryan, and a great-grandson: Ethan, his sons: Daniel of Manchester, Stephen & his wife Anita, of Raymond and a daughter: Sandra & her husband Mark Welch and their children: Jacob & Jill of Winslow, Maine. He also leaves a sister: Carol Glidden of Methuen, MA and 3 nieces, and a very loyal friend: Jim Locke.

A calling hours will be held on Saturday, September 30, 2006 from 10-11 am at Peaslee Funeral Home, 24 Central Street in Farmington, NH with a service to follow at 11:00 am. Interment will be private. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made in his memory to the American Heart Assn., 20 Speen Street, Framingham, MA 01701-4688 or to Cocheco Valley Humane Society, 262 County Farm Road, Dover, NH 03820. To express condolences, please visit: www.peasleefuneralhome.com.

 
Bassett, Arthur R. (I17040)
 
484
Richmond Times-Dispatch, Virginia, 7 May 2002
Paul Toms Bassett

Paul Toms Bassett Jr., 43, of Richmond, died Sunday, May 5, 2002. He is survived by his wife, Christine Galiani Bassett; two children, Luke Auman and Sarah (Sadie) Jayroe Bassett; his parents, Juanita and Paul Bassett Sr.; a sister, Edith Ann Bassett; two brothers, Peter and Philip Bassett; his mother and father-in-law, Dr. Alfred and Sarah Galiani. Mr. Bassett was a charter member of Cornerstone Christian Church. His family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Parham Chapel, Woody Funeral Home, 1771 Parham Rd., where services will be conducted at 4 p.m. Wednesday.
 
Bassett, Paul Toms Jr. (I186)
 
485
SSgt. William Richard Bass was the radio operator on the B-29 ?The Life or Riley? assigned to the 20th Air Force, 504th Bomb Group which crashed southeast of Guguan aftger a bombing mission over Nagoya. The entire crew was officially declared dead on the the day of the mission. The crew is memorialized on the tablets of the mission at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific.
 
Bass, Ssgt. William Richard (I52628)
 
486
The Hartford Courant, Connecticut, 5 Jul 2003
Ruth Bassett Pagano

Ruth Bassett Pagano, 68, of Catherine St., Westbrook, wife of the late Neal "The Barber" Pagano, died Wednesday (July 2, 2003) at Middlesex Hospital, Middletown. Born in Danbury on March 6, 1935, she was the daughter of the late Ronald and Frances (Greene) Bassett. Ruth lived in Danbury for many years prior to moving to Westbrook 35 years ago. She was employed by the Lee Co. for 10 years and was a member of the Westbrook Congregational Church where she actively participated in the Adult Bible Study. She is survived by three sons, Neal Pagano and his wife, Debra of Westbrook, Steven Pagano and his wife, Phyllis of Essex and Richard Pagano of East Lyme; two brothers, Ronald Bassett of S. Carolina and Fred Bassett of California; a step-sister, Lou Ann Backer of New York; three grandsons, Justin, Sean and Anthony Pagano and her 17 year old dog, Muffin. Funeral services for Ruth will be held at 1 p.m. Monday, July 7, at the First Congregational Church of Westbrook, 1166 Boston Post Rd., Westbrook. Interment will follow in Resurrection Cemetery, Westbrook. Friends may call at the Swan Funeral Home, 1224 Boston Post Rd., Old Saybrook on Sunday evening 5-8 p.m. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Weiss Hospice Unit, c/o Middlesex Hospital, 28 Crescent St., Middletown or to the CT Humane Society, 701 Russell Rd., Newington, 06111. Please visit www.mem.com for an everlasting memorial tribute.
 
Bassett, Ruth (I3401)
 
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THE LAST WILL & TESTAMENT OF HENRY BASS

In the name of the Benevolent Father of All, I Henry Bass, do make and publish this my last will and Testament.

Item First
I give and devise to my beloved wife Elizabeth Bass in lieu of her interest in my Estate, the use, rents, and profits during the term of her natural life, my House and Lot and afrertemances thereto belonging on Pennsylvania Street in the City of Shelbyville Indiana and adjoining the which I now reside Also the use, rents and profits of Sixty six acres of land in Shelby County Indiana to be used and enjoyed by her during the term of her natural life free from any constraints of my heirs, Executor or Adminstrators And I further desire to her absolutely the Household goods furniture and furnishings on hand at my death and a good horse and one good milk cow.

Item Second
I give and devise to my Grandchild Roletta Jane Kinsley child of my deceased daughter Barbara Kinsley the sum of Four ($400) Hundred Dollars; and to my grandchildren George and Ellen Glover children of my deceased daughter Lucy GLover the sum of Two ($200) Hundred Dollars each, all of said amounts to be paid out of the first assetts of my Estate before any disbtributions is made among the other heirs of my Estate. This I give to them to make the advancements among my children equal, except as to my sons Lison and Jordan Bass as hereinafter stated.

Item Third
I hereby charge my son Lison Bass with an advancement of Four ($400) and my son Jordan Bass with and advancement of One ($100) Hundred Dollars said amounts having been received by them from my Estate more than my other children and I direct that all my other children including my grandchildren herein named to have their deceased Mothers share, to be made equal to my said sons Lison and Jordan before they recives any further of my Estate, and after they have all been made equal as herein stated then the residue to be divided equal among my children giving to my grandchildren their deceased mothers share the same as if they (their mothers were) living.

Item Fourth
At the death of my said wife the Real Estate above described shall be sold by me Excutors and the proceeds devided equally among all my children including my grandchildren herein named who are to heir their deceased mothers share.

Item Fifth
I hereby appoint my son Jordan Bass and Perry M Green my Executors of this my last will and testament, and I hereby revoke all former wills made by me. In testimony where I have hereto set my hand and seal on this 29th day of May 1865.

HENRY BASS

 
Bass, Henry (I32293)
 
488
The Post-Standard, Syracuse, New York, 14 Mar 1990
Myron W. Bassett

Myron W. Bassett, of Cincinnatus died Tuesday at Cortland Memorial Hospital. A native of Malone, Mr. Bassett lived in the Cortland-Cincinnatus area since 1960. He was a retired farmer. Surviving are three daughters, Carol Bassett of Kane, Pa., and Shirley Rich of Beverly Spaulding, both of Cortland; five grandchildren; and several brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews and cousins. Services will be private. Burial will be in Cortland Rural Cemetery. There will be no calling hours. Hall Funeral Home, Cortland, has charge of arrangements.
 
Bassett, Myron W. (I14937)
 
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The Tampa Tribune, 14 Nov 1995
Helen Bassett Parker

Helen Bassett Parker, 81, of Winter Haven died Saturday at Winter Haven Hospital. A native of Cleveland, she moved to this area in 1917. She was a registered nurse in the surgical departments of Lakeland Regional Medical Center, Winter Haven Hospital, Bond Clinic and New York Hosptial; and member of Grace Lutheran Church. She is survived by a sister, Thelma J. Wallace, and brother, Robert G., both of Winter Haven. Crisp-Coon Funeral Homes Inc., Winter Haven.
 
Bassett, Helen L. (I475)
 
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MRS. ALBERT WILSON PASSED TO HER REWARD AT HOME NEAR LIBERTY CENTER
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Mrs. Albert Wilson, aged sixty, passed away at her home near Uniondale last night at about 10 o'clock, after an illness of several weeks. She contracted a heavy cough early in the winter, and pneumonia set in, a complication of heart disease following. It was this latter disease that caused her death, she having a sudden sinking spell and the clotting of the blood about her heart causing death.
Mrs. Wilson was a daughter of the late Aaron Fleming and wife, of Bluffton. She was born in Rockcreek Township, and has lived in this county her entire lifetime, several years being spent in Bluffton preceding and immediately following the death of her parents here about five years ago. She was a member of the local Presbyterian Church and has been a consistent Christian character all of her life.
Forty-three years ago last New Year's day she was married to Albert Wilson, and is survived by her husband and eight children; Mrs. Alonzo Brickley, Mrs. George Beach, Mrs. John Lamb, Mrs. Orin Starbuck, Mrs. Grover Brickley, Mrs. Will Christ, Miss Gladys, and John Wilson. With the exception of Mrs. Starbuck, who lives in Huntington, the other children are either in Uniondale or vicinity. There are also three sisters, Mrs. James Wilson, Mrs. Donaldson Wilson and Mrs. Ada Youngs, of Uniondale. She was a sister-in-law of Mrs. Martha Hatfield, of this city.
The funeral will be held Monday at 10 o'clock, leaving the house at that hour for the Murray Church were the xxxx will be in charge of Rev. A. xxxxx.
 
Fleming, Mary Jane (I33431)
 
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Julia Ann "Julie" Bassett, 1915-2005

Julia "Julie" Ann Bassett, longtime resident of Roseville, died peacefully Saturday morning in her home surrounded by the love of her family. She was 90 years of age.

Julie was born on April 27, 1915 in Roseville, daughter to the late Mrs. and Mrs. Declercq. She was united in marriage to her beloved husband Harold in 1935. The couple resided in Roseville and their union was blessed with three beautifule sons. Julie was a LPN and worked for the Fraser Agency for 20 years doing private home care. She was a member of the Roseville VFW auxiliary for over 50 years. Julie became a member of St. John Lutheran Church in 1963 where she remained very active and in her later years was also involved in the 55+ club. She also was very active in various senior citizens clubs. Julie loved traveling; she was the founder of the Busy Bee Travel Club. She enjoyed sewing, playing the organ, gardening, and playing Euchre and Dominos. Julie was a very lvoing and caring wife, mother, grandmother, and friend who will be deeply missed by the many she has touched in her lifetime.

Julie is survived by her loving sons, Edward (Franses), Leonard, and James (Mary); dearest grandchildren Debra Key Leslie, Rebecca (Don) Ragan, Michael Bassett, Mathew (Trish) Bassett, Gretchen (Phil_ Penhallegon, Nathan (Molly) Bassett, Jeremy (Julie) Bassett, Lori (Greg) Stauffer, and Mark (Nicola); Cherished 19 great grandchildren and 2 great great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband, Harold, on January 31, 1969 and her daughter-in-law Judy.

Visitation will be held in Faulmann & Walsh Golden Rule Funeral Home, 32814 Utica Rd., Fraser on Tuesday from 1pm-9pm. Funeral service will be celebrated on Wednesday at 11am in St. John Lutheran Church, Fraser with a 10am visitation. Memorial contributions may be made to St. John Lutheran Church.
 
Declercq, Julia Ann (I174)
 
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Mary M. Bass, 81, a resident of the Bellmead Manor, died Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2020 at UPMC Altoona.
She was born July 16, 1939 in Warriors Mark Twp., a daughter of the late Ellsworth John and Mary Elizabeth (Thomas) Steele. She was married Jan. 4, 1962 to James Thomas Bass, who died Jan. 29, 2003. She is survived by a son James T. Bass Jr. and his wife Catherine of Coalport; sisters Marjorie Ellen Mc Donald of Spring Grove, Ruby Joanne Ricketts in Bellwood, Betty Steele of Tyrone; grandchildren Crystal J. (Zimmerman) Dutil (William) of Hollidaysburg, Dakota Bass US Navy, San Diego, Calif., Larson Bass US Air Force, Cheyenne, Wyo.; great-grandchildren William Dutil and Jayden Dutil of Hollidaysburg. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Vicky J. Zimmerman, and siblings Sara Jane Noll (Nov. 11, 1992), Don Garber (Mar. 19, 2000), Paul E. Garber (July 26, 2018) and Helen Richards (July 7, 2019).
She was a graduate of Tyrone High School in 1958 and was of Catholic faith. She was a homemaker and worked in the nursing field. She always enjoyed country music, especially George Jones.

Friends will be received at the Derman Funeral Home, Inc. Saturday, Oct. 31, 2020 from 10 a.m. to the service at noon, with Fr. Jozef Kovacik officiating. Interment will be at Baughman Cemetery.
 
Redmon, Thelma Bernice (I46)
 
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1830 Federal Census of Darlington County, South Carolina
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1830 Federal Census of Darlington County, South Carolina
Simon Bass 01001-02001
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1840 Federal Census of Darlington County, South Carolina
Josiah Bass 201001-01101
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1850 Federal Census of Division #3, Darlington County, SC (
Josiah Bass 45 M North Carolina Farmer
Martha 35 F North Carolina
Eady A. 17 F South Carolina
Jesse 14 M South Carolina
Joseph 9 M South Carolina
Edwin 7 M South Carolina
Calvin 6 M South Carolina
Sarah A. 5 F South Carolina
Margaret 4 F South Carolina
Geo. W. 3 M South Carolina
Jos. K. 1 M South Carolina

1860 Federal Census of Darlington, Darlington County, South Carolina (September 3, 1860)
Josiah Bass - 56 - Male - North Carolina - Farmer 6744 6715
Martha - 46 - Female - North Carolina
Joseph - 20 - Male - South Carolina
Edwin G. - 19 - Male - South Carolina
Sarah - 18 - Female - South Carolina
John C. - 17 - Male - South Carolina
Margaret - 15 - Female - South Carolina
George W. - 13 - Male - South Carolina
Mary - 9 - Female - South Carolina
Caleb - 5 - Male - South Carolina
Benj - 2 - Male - South Carolina

State of South Carolina
County of Darlington
Josiah Bass Will
I, Josiah Bass considering the uncertainty of this mortal life and being of sound mind and memory do pobulish this my last Will and Testament in a manner and form following.
First - I will and bequeath to my beloved wife Martha Bass the house in which I now live with the plantation and appertainces on homestead containing one hundred acres more or less, with all the premises appertainingthereto. Also all the stock of horses, cattle and hogs and also wagons, buggies, carts, and farming untensils one years provisions and al my house hold, and kitchen furniture with the excpetion of our Bed and Bedding, during her natural life, provided she allows my Daughter Mary Bass, and Benjamn L. Bass to remain on the premises.
Second - And after her death I will, and bequeath unto my youngest Son Benjamin L. Bass, all the above named property.
Third - I will and bequeath to my grand Daguther Bass Northant One Bed and Beding.
Fourth - I hereby appoint my son J. E. Bass Sole Executore to carry out the provisions and trust of this Will. And I hereby revoke all former Wills by me made. In Witness whereof I hereunto set my hand and Seal this the 21st day of January the Year of our Lord One Thousand eight hundred and Seventy nine.
Signed, Sealed, Published in our presence and declared in our presence as the last Will and Testament of Josiah Bass in whose presence we sign as Witnesses.
G.J. McCown
Simon F. Parrott Josiah Bass (his mark) (Seal)
W.J. Parrott 
Bass, Josiah (I39569)
 
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1880 Federal Census of Mangum, Orange County, NC (28 Jun 1880)
Ruffin Bass B 45 M NC NC NC Head Well Digger
Emma B 21 F NC NC NC Wife Keeping House
Archy B 2 M NC NC NC Son
Not named B 2/12 M NC NC NC Son
Ida Parrish B 12 F NC NC NC Boarder Servant

1900 Federal Census of Mangum, Durham County, NC (Jun 1900)
Ruffin Bass B 75 M Aug 1824 NC NC NC Head Farmer
Emma B 46 F Feb 1854 NC NC NC Wife
Philip B 20 M Jan 1880 NC NC NC Son Farm Laborer
Elijah B 15 M Jan 1885 NC NC NC Son Farm Laborer
Ike B 12 M Dec 1887 NC NC NC Son Farm Laborer
Kattie B 16 F Mar 1884 NC NC NC Daughter
Carrie B 10 F Dec 1889 NC NC NC Daughter
Obie B 5 M Mar 1895 NC NC NC Son
& 3 Boarders
(Married 30 years, 16 children, 9 living)

Isaac Bass below is a son of Ruffin and Emma Bass.

Durham Morning Herald, North Carolina, Wednesday, October 29, 1958
Isaac Bass

Funeral services for Isaac Bass, 67, of Rougemont, will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. at Red Mountain Baptist Church. The body will lie in state one hour prior to the services and interment will follow in the church cemetery.
Mr. Bass died suddenly Monday.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Lucy Bass; two brothers, Obie Bass of Philadelphia, Pa., and Elizah Bass of Rougemont; and a sister, Mrs. Ara Moore of Durham.
 
Bass, Ruffin (I46406)
 
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Albritton Funeral Directors
Earl James Bass
December 3, 1929 - February 25, 2015

TIFTON - Mr. Earl James Bass, 85, of Tifton, Georgia died Wednesday, February 25, 2015 at his residence. Funeral services will be held 2:00 P.M. Saturday, February 28 in the chapel of Albritton Funeral Directors with Rev. Gerald Purvis officiating. Interment will follow in Zion Hope Baptist Church Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 6-8 Friday evening at the funeral home.

Grandsons Clayton Merritt, Scott Merritt, Jeffery Bass, Jr., Les Pate, Keith Pate, Cameron Revels and Robert Varela will serve as pallbearers.

Mr. Bass was born December 3, 1929 in Forsyth to the late Jesse Carl Bass and Gladys Mae Jerrell Simpkins. He was also preceded in death by his wife, Erma Jean Ward Bass who died in 2007, a son, Darryl Keith Bass, a grandson, Bobby Beavers; and a son-in-law, Ira Merritt.

Mr. Bass retired from the City of Pinellas Park, Florida. He was a member of New River Baptist Church in Tifton. He was a loving husband, father and grandfather, who loved his church, his puppy ?Rusty? and attending Flea Markets.

Mr. Bass is survived by three daughters and one son-in-law, Cheryl Lynn Boyd, Teressa Merritt and Donna and Lester Pate; two sons and daughters-in-law, James Roberts and Susan Bass and Jeffery and Brenda Bass, all of Tifton; one sister, Minnette Teague of Asheville, NC; ten grandchildren and their spouses, Valerie McKoon, Clayton and Jessica Merritt, Scott and Misty Merritt, Les and Ashley Pate, Keith and Samantha Pate, Summer and Cameron Revels, Shelly and Robert Varela, Jeffery and Leanna Bass, Jr., Amanda and Brent Clark and Jessica and Anthony Hayes; and fifteen great-grandchildren.

Flowers are being accepted or donations may be made to Hospice of Tiftarea, P.O. Box 747, Tifton, GA 31793. Albritton Funeral Directors is in charge of arrangements.

Funeral Information
Visitation
6-8 P.M. Friday, February 27 at Albritton Funeral directors
Services
2 P.M. Saturday, February 28 in the chapel of Albritton Funeral Directors
Interment
 
Bass, Earl James (I53121)
 
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BASS, Lola Joyce McAlpin, New Albany, died May 10, 2010 at her home. She was born in Pocahontas, TN to the late Eric and Roma McAlpin. Services were May 12, at 1pm at United Funeral Services Chapel in New Albany with burial in Vista Memorial Park. Rev Timmy Bass, Rev Louie Williams and Rev Stephen Thomas officiated. Survivors include her husband, Gerald Ray Bass, New Albany; two brothers, Don McAlpin (Linda) and Lee McAlpin, both of Middleton, TN; a daughter, Tammy Wilkerson (Steve), Myrtle; 8 grandchildren, Cole, Carley and Claire Wilkerson, Bleu Bass (Lana), Logan Bass, Toby Thomas (Steve), Elise Fyke (Harry), and Eric Waldon; 3 gggrandchildren. She was preceded in death by her sister Lila Lipford, and a son, Randy Bass.

 
McAlpin, Lola Joyce (I59706)
 
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Crossroads Chronicle, North Carolina, Wednesday, October 25, 2006
Shelby D. Bass Jr.

Shelby D. Bass Jr., 78, of Cullowhee, died Thursday, Oct. 19, at Highlands-Cashiers Hospital in Highlands.

A memorial service will be held at the Church of the Good Shepherd in Cashiers on Saturday, Nov. 4, at 2 p.m.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 925, Sylva, N.C. 28779.

Moody Funeral Home and Crematorium, 714 W. Main Street in Sylva, is in charge of the arrangements.
 
Bass, Shelby Dana Jr. (I763)
 
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Evansville Courier & Press, Indiana, Tuesday, November 21, 1995
Jeffrey Wayne Bass

BOONVILLE, Ind. - Jeffrey Wayne Bass, 26, died at 1:50 a.m. Monday at Pine Lake Manor after a long illness.

Surviving are his parents, Shirley and Ronald Bass of Boonville; two sisters, Sheila Gerkins of Bowling Green, Ky., and Amanda Bass, at home; grandparents, June and Harold Bass of Spurgeon and Jessie and Wymond Myers of Boonville; a great-grandmother, Nellie McKinney of Spurgeon; and a niece.

Services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Koehler Funeral Home, with burial in Maple Grove Cemetery.

Friends may call from 2 to 8 p.m. today and from 9 a.m. to service time Wednesday at the funeral home.
 
Bass, Jeffrey Wayne (I382)
 
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Find-a-Grave
Marion Hillsman Bass

Bass, Marion of Millington, age 81, died Monday, April 11, 2011 at her residence. Funeral services will be at 1 PM Friday, April 15, 2011 at O'Guinn Family Funeral Home in Clio. Pastor Greg Capsel officiating. Friends may call at the funeral home on Thursday from 1-9 PM and on Friday from 11 AM until time of service.

Marion was born January 12, 1930 in Pontiac to the late Walter and Olive (Arthur) Hillsman and resided in Clio most of her life.
She married Elmer Bass on September 10, 1977. He preceded her in death in May of 2008.

Surviving are: 3 children, Cheryl (John) Crump of Millington, James Warren of Millington, Wayne (Vicki) Warren of Clio; 2 step children, Roy (Nancy) Bass, Rodney (Barbara) Bass; 8 grandchildren; 9 step grandchildren. She was also preceded in death by husband James Warren and brother Walter Hillsman. Please sign our guest book or share an online condolence with the family at www.oguinnfh.com.
 
Hillsman, Marion (I58612)
 
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Munford Funeral Home
Cory Steven Bass
December 16, 1987 ? September 7, 2019

Cory Steven Bass, 31, of Eads, TN passed away September 7, 2019. Mr. Bass was a branch manager of Sylvania Lighting. He is survived by his wife, Hailee Young Bass; parents, Steve and Lisa Bass of Bartlett, TN; sisters, Courtney Bass of Southaven, MS, Stephanie (Shawn) Allred of Kenton, and Brandi Smith of Nashville, TN; brother, Jacob Bass of Bartlett, TN; grandparents, Ron and Doris Lumsden of Henderson, TN. The family will receive friends Saturday (Sep 14) at Munford Funeral Home Millington Chapel from 9:30am until the service at 11:00am. Interment to follow in Northridge Woodhaven Cemetery in Millington, TN.
 
Bass, Cory Steven (I49473)
 

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