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46251 Virginia: Rebirth of the Old Dominion, Volume IV (1929)
William Marvin Bass Jr.

William Marvin Bass Jr., bears a name that has been an honored one in Virginia educational history, and in the few years since his admission to the bar he has given the name some additional distinction in connection with the practice of law attaunton.
Mr. Bass was born in Campbell County, Virginia, August 20, 1901, son of William M. and Bernice (Hughes) Bass, and grandson of William Bassett Charles Hughes. William Bass was born in Chesterfield County, Virginia, and for about forty years praciced medicine at Lynchburg. Charles Hughes served as a Confederate soldier under Lee during the Civil war and was twice wounded.
William M. Bass, Sr., was born in Chesterfield County, was educated in the New London Academy at Forest and the University of Virginia, and since early manhood his career has been marked out along educational lines. He has been a teacher for ovr thirty years, and is still active in the work as principal of the Fairview Heights School in Lynchburg. He is a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church, a Democrat, and belongs to the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. His wife was born near Alta Vista, Campbell County, and they have three children: William J. Jr., Charles Edward, a graduate of the University of Virginia, who is now an instructor in geology at the university; and J. Wilford, a second year man at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute.
William M. Bass Jr., was educated in the New London Academy at Forest, and is an alumnus of the University of Virginia, where he paid his expenses by work in the Bursar?s office, as cashier of the university cafeteria, and though supporting himelf he was one of the very popular members of the student body and also stood high in scholarship. He went to the university with a scholarship from Campbell County. Mr. Bass graduated in 1923, and in 1922 had been licensed to practice law. He has been practicing as an attorney at Staunton for five years, and has an office in the Barristers Row. He is a member of the Kiwanis Club, Knights of Pythias, is a Royal Arch Mason, and member of the Central Methodist Episcopal Church, South.
He married in June, 1927, Miss Jennie Hicks, of Campbell County, who was educated in the New London Academy and the Virginia Intermont College at Bristol. Her father, Ed Hicks, is a well known Campbell County farmer. They have one son, Williamarvin Bass III, born August 30, 1928.


Virginian-Pilot, Norfolk, Virginia, Thursday, May 31, 1932
Faced With Arrest, Lawyer Kills Self

Staunton, March 30. ? (AP) Coroner Thomas M. Parkins tonight returned a verdict that William Marvin Bass, 31, Staunton lawyer, who was found in his office shot through the head, died of a ?gunshot would self-inflicted with suicidal intent.?
Bass was arguing a case in Augusta County Circuit Court when a policeman visited his office to serve a warrant on him. Notified by a friend, the attorney left he courtroom and returned to his office while the officer was temporarily absent. Te policeman returned to find him unconscious from the bullet wound.
The warrant, which charged that Bass as administrator of the estate of Homer Bronson, ex-service man, misappropriated $3,171.87 in May, 1926, had not been seen by the accused man at the time the fatal shot was fired.

Richmond Times-Dispatch, Virginia, Friday, April 1, 1932
To Hold Funeral Today

STAUNTON, VA., March 31 ? (AP) ? Funeral services for William Marvin Bass, 31, Staunton attorney, who took his own life at his office yesterday, will be held from the home tomorrow morning after which the body will be taken to Lynchburg for bural.


 
Bass, William Marvin Jr. (I61431)
 
46252 Virginian-Pilot
Norfolk, Virginia
Saturday, July 14, 1962
James R. Bass
Great Bridge - James Roy Bass, 56, died Friday at 2 p.m. in his home, 2505 Reservation Road.
A native of Perquimans County, North Carolina, he was a son of Mrs. Josephine Spruill Bass and the late James Stephen Bass. He lived here 23 years.
He was a member of Centerville Baptist Church and a sheet metal worker for the Army Corps of Engineers 27 years.
Besides his mother, he is survived by his wife, Mrs. Edna Layden Bass; two daughters, Mrs. Harriet Josephine Martin of Norfolk and Miss Patricia Ann Bass of Great Bridge; a son, James Melvin Bass of Great Bridge; four sisters, Mrs. Agnes Elliott and Mrs. Mabel Sawyer of Hertford, North Carolina, Mrs. Katherine Farmer of Norfolk and Mrs. Iris Pike of South Norfolk; two brothers, Erie Bass of Norfolk and James Steven Bass Jr., of Hertford, North Carolina; and two grandchildren.
A funeral service will be conducted in Graham Funeral Home, Sunday at 4:30 p.m. Burial will be in Riverside Memorial Park. 
Bass, James Roy (I10)
 
46253 Virginian-Pilot
Norfolk, Virginia
Sunday, April 21 1940
McCuen-Bass
Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Mildred Cecilia Bass, daughter of James Thomas Bass and Mrs. Alma Bass, of Norfolk County, to Max Howard McCuen, of Atlantic, Iowa, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Douglas McCuen, of Iowa. The wedding took place Friday night at 6 o’clock, and was witnessed by relatives and friends.
After a wedding trip to New York, Mr. and Mrs. McCuen will reside in Norfolk. 
Bass, Mildred Cecilia (I55265)
 
46254 Virginian-Pilot
Norfolk, Virginia
Sunday, April 21 1940
McCuen-Bass
Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Mildred Cecilia Bass, daughter of James Thomas Bass and Mrs. Alma Bass, of Norfolk County, to Max Howard McCuen, of Atlantic, Iowa, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Douglas McCuen, of Iowa. The wedding took place Friday night at 6 o’clock, and was witnessed by relatives and friends.
After a wedding trip to New York, Mr. and Mrs. McCuen will reside in Norfolk. 
McCuen, Max Howard (I55284)
 
46255 Virginian-Pilot, Norfolk, Monday, February 26, 1934
Thomas Earl Bass

Courtland, Feb. 25. ? Thomas Earl Bass, aged 24, died at 3 o?clock this morning at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kader Bass, here after an illness of several months. Besides his parents he is survived by his wife, one sons, Thomas Earl Bass Jr.; four sisters, Eula, Doris, Imogene and Mrs. Shelton Raiford, and four brothers, George, Edward, Wilbur and Roy Bass. He was a native of Edenton, N.C., and had made his homehere for only a short time.
Funeral services will be conducted at the home of his parents tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o?clock with the Rev. H.F. Turner officiating. Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery, Courtland.
 
Bass, Thomas Earl (I47124)
 
46256 Virginian-Pilot, Norfolk, Sunday, December 27, 1936
Bass-Sullavan

Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Gertrude Sullavan, daughter of Mrs. Anna Ault, and the late E.C. Sullavan, of Knoxville, Tenn., to Albert Bass, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Bass, of Deep Creek, Norfolk County, which took place Saturday, December 19.
The ceremony, witnessed only by a small group of relatives and friends, was performed by the bride?s pastor, the Rev. Joseph Butts, of Knoxville.
The bride, who was unattended, was attired in a brown suit with matching accessories and her flowers were a corsage of gardenias.
Mr. and Mrs. Bass are making their home for the present with the bridegroom?s parents.


 
Sullavan, Gertrude (I46541)
 
46257 Virginian-Pilot, Norfolk, Sunday, May 6, 1962
Miss Elizabeth Ann Bass To Wed Hicks J. Johnson
(Included photograph of Elizabeth)

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bass of 3003 Smithfield Rd. announce the engagement of their daughter, Elizabeth Ann, to Hicks Junior Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. L.E. Johnson of 607 Yorkshire Rd.
The wedding will take place May 20.

 
Bass, Elizabeth Ann (I53207)
 
46258 Virginian-Pilot, Norfolk, Thursday, January 16, 1936
Sylvester A. Bass

Funeral services for Mr. Bass, 20, of 1401 West Thirty-ninth street, who died Monday afternoon at a local hospital of a stab wound sustained New Year?s Eve, were conducted yesterday afternoon at 2 o?clock at the residence of his sister, Mrs. J.W. Whitehead, at 842 West Thirty-fifth street. The Rev. W.H. Garman, pastor of Old Zion Christian Church, officiated. The casket was covered with a pall of pink roses, white carnations, baby?s breath and fern, and there were many floral tributes. The funeral was laregely attended.
During the services James E. White sand ?Lay My Head Beneath a Rose,? the choir of Old Zion Church sand ?Rock of Ages,? and the Misses Myrtle and Pauline Gunter sang ?No Disappointment in Heaven.?
Pallbearers were Vernie, Justin, Goldie, Albert, Lensey and Ernest Bass, all cousins of the deceased. Burial was in Forest Lawn Cemetery.
 
Bass, Sylvester (I50102)
 
46259 Virginian-Pilot, Norfolk, Thursday, October 10, 1912
Funerals
Azariah Bass

The funeral of Azariah Bass, who died at his home in Bowers Hill, Norfolk county, on last Monday following a brief illness, was held at his late residence yesterday afternoon at 2:30 o?clock and was largely attended by friends.
The services were conducted by Rev. Mr. Clark, pastor of the Bowers Hill Methodist church, after which the remains were removed to the family burial plot for interment.
Fourteen nephews of the deceased acted as pall bearers. They were as follows: Edgar Bass, James Bass, Winfred Bass, Ashton Bass, Alex Bass, Randolph White, Louis White, James Bass, Thomas Bass, George Bass, Ernest White and Robert Bass.
The floral tributes were numerous and handsome.

1900 Federal Census of Deep Creek, Norfolk County, Virginia (30 Jun 1900)
Azariah Bass In 43 M Feb 1857 VA VA VA Head Farmer
Emma S. 43 F Mar 1857 NC NC NC Wife
Martha E. In 16 F Jul 1883 VA VA NC Daughter At School
Henry W. In 15 M Apr 1885 VA VA NC Son At School
Willis W. In 12 M Dec 1887 VA VA NC Son At School
John W. In 7 M Aug 1892 VA VA NC Son At School
Laura A. In 5 F Aug 1894 VA VA NC Daughter
Lena A. In 5 F Aug 1894 VA VA NC Daughter
(Married 20 years, 8 children, 6 living)

 
Bass, Azariah (I46508)
 
46260 Virginian-Pilot, Norfolk, Virginia, Thursday, August 23, 1962
Jesse V. Bass

PORTSMOUTH ? Jesse Vernie Bass, 61, of 4716 County St. died Tuesday in a Portsmouth hospital.
A native of Norfolk County, he was a retired welder and a member of Indiana Methodist Church. He was a son of Jesse L. and Mrs. Carrie L. Anderson Bass.
In addition to his widow, Alma Jenkins Bass, he is survived by a son, Jesse Vernie Bass Jr. of Portsmouth; a foster daughter, Mrs. Brenda Poulter of Norfolk; three sisters, Mrs. Gladys Passmore of Charlotte, N.C., Mrs. Carrie lyles of Norfolk and Mrs. Christine Langston of Portsmouth; and seven brothers, the Rev. Leonard W. Bass of Roanoke and Justin L. Bass, Alonza C. Bass, Lindsay L. Bass, Earl Bass, Albert Bass and Ernest Bass of Portsmouth.
The body was taken to Snellings Funeral Home. A funeral service will be held Saturday at 3:30 p.m. in Indiana Methodist Church. Burial will be in the family plot at Yadkins, Norfolk County.
 
Bass, Jesse Vernie (I46518)
 
46261 Virginian-Pilot, Norfolk, Virginia, Thursday, July 5, 1906
Death Of Iverson Bass

Iverson Bass, a resident of the county, died Tuesday night at his home near Tucker?s crossing. The funeral will take place this afternoon at 4 o?clock from his late residence.
 
Bass, Iverson J. (I46512)
 
46262 Virginian-Pilot, Norfolk, Virginia, Thursday, June 18, 1896
In Hymen?s Bonds
M. W.W. Vicar, of Norfolk, Weds Miss Alice M. Bass, of Danville

In the Mount Vernon M.E. Church, at Danville, Va., at high noon yesterday, Mr. W.W. Vicar, a well-known and popular business man of this city, and a member of the firm of Odendthal, Vicar & Gilbert, was united in marriage to Miss Alice M. Bass, daughter of Mrs. Amanda J. Bass and the late Mr. Thos. M. Bass, of Danville, Va., in the presence of a large number of friends of the contracting parties, including Mr. and Mrs. F. Odenthal and Mrs. Benjamin Robinson, of Norfolk; Miss Josephine Richardson, of Portsmouth; Mrs. Mildred Bass, of Ingram, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Payne, of Charlottesville, Va.
Rev. B.F. Lipscomb, the pastor of the Mount Vernon Church, and formerly of this city, was the officiating minister. The groom?s best man was Captain E. V. White, of Portsmouth, and the maid of honor was Miss Annie May Schoolfield, of Danville, the ushers being Messrs. J.H. Schoolfield, J.R. Jopling, J.W. Carter, C.C. Mosely, F. Odendthal and Dr. W.P. Beadles.
The bride wore a handsome gown of white mohair, and a large white hat trimmed in pink roses. She carried a cluster of La France roses. The maid of honor was attired in a gown of white organdie, with leghorn hat trimmed in sweet peas, and carried a bunch of the same pretty flowers. The gentlemen of the party wore Prince Albert suits with gloves of a gray tint.
The Church was handsomely decorated for the event with rhododendrons, ferns, and palms, and the bridal scene was extremely pretty. During the ceremony Mendelssohn?s wedding march was rendered on the organ, and also ?La Paloma.? After the wedding Mr. and Mrs. Vicar left for the North on a tour which will take them as far as White Mountains and Canada. Upon their return they will reside at No. 106 West Brambleton avenue, and will be at home after July 1st.
 
Bass, Alice Mitchell (I51088)
 
46263 Virginian-Pilot, Norfolk, Virginia, Thursday, October 27, 1904
E.H. Weds Ruth W. King

Miss Ruth Warburton King and E. Herbert Bass were married at 4 o?clock yesterday afternoon at the home of the bride, No. 116 Lovitt avenue, by the Rev. George H. McFaden, pastor of McKendree M.E. church.
There was a large attendance of the friends and relatives of the contracting parties, and the house was beautifully decorated with palms, roses and cut flowers, The best man was Mr. Edward L. Morton and the maid of honor was Miss Mary Elizabeth King, a sister of the bride.
The bride was attired in white chiffon over lace, and carried Bride?s roses, while the maid of honor wore chiffon over taffeta and carried a bunch of carnations. The groom and his best man wore black.
There was a reception after the ceremony, and in the evening Mr. and Mrs. Bass left by the Wasington steamer for a tour of the northern cities. After November 1 they will be ?at home? at 20 Bute street.
Mr. Bass is night chief operator at the local office of the Postal Telegraph company, The bride is one of Brambleton?s most charming young women.

 
King, Ruth Warburton (I40306)
 
46264 Virginian-Pilot, Norfolk, Wednesday, January 2, 1980
Riley James Bass

Norfolk - Riley James Bass of 429 Walke St., a son of Riley M. and Mrs. Jeanett E. Bass, died Dec. 29 in a hospital.

Other survivors include four sisters, Misses Cheryl Bass, Gina J. Bass, Stacy Bass, and Karen Bass, and five brothers, Michael Bass, Mari Bass, Alan Bass, Christopher Bass, and Troy Bass, all of Norfolk.

A funeral will be held Thursday at 1 p.m. in Community Funeral Home, Norfolk Chapel, by Dr. I. Joseph Williams. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery.
 
Bass, CPL Riley James (I7)
 
46265 Virginin Pilot, Norfolk, Virginia, August 16, 1961
Margaret Estelle Bass

Mrs. Margaret Estelle Bass Warren, 33, bookkeeper at A.J. Legum Furniture Company died Tuesday. She was the daughter of John Wesley Bass and the late Mrs. Mamie Florence Horton Bass. Besides her father she is survived by her huband David Lee Warren; two sisters, Mrs. Margie Tippett and Mrs. Delores Griffin, three brothers, Raymond Bass, Charlie Bass and Marshall Bass.
 
Bass, Margaret Estelle (I50105)
 
46266 Vistoso Funeral Home, Ora Valley, Arizona
Lee Page Bassett

Lee Page Bassett of Oro Valley, Arizona passed away on January 14, 2022 at the age of 82. He was born September 9, 1939 in Burlington, New Jersey to Roland and Doris Bassett.
Lee is survived in death by his beloved wife of 49 years, Carol Ann Seyfarth-Bassett, his sister Cindy Scott, four children John (Cindy), Valerie Bibus (Bill), Victoria Cesaretti, and Jill Sullivan Baker (Eric). He is also survived by six Grandchildren and one Great Granddaughter.
Graduating from the Class of 1960 from Florence New Jersey Highschool, Lee played center on the football team and then decided to extend his education and graduate with a two-year trade degree as well.
For a while Lee worked at Stryker Machine Products as a machinist in Trenton, New Jersey, which led to him meeting his wonderful wife Carol as she worked there as a receptionist at the same time. After Stryker Machine, Lee decided to try his own hand at opening his own business and opened his own machine shop entitled Bassett Precision.
In May of 2000, Lee and Carol decided to move to Oro Valley, Arizona because he loved the heat and the beautiful desert landscape. Soon after Lee got a job at Bronlyn Technologies in Tucson, Arizona where he was liked very well by all of his fellow employees and they all agreed that Lee was very easy to work with.
Lee loved many things such as his favorite football team the Philadelphia Eagles, which he has followed and loved since he was 17. He also loved photography, he has many great shots of Arizona?s wildlife, especially of the cactus and bobcats that roam the desert landscape. He was also a collector of many coins and stamps as well.
In Sun City where we live, I want to give a special, ?Thank You? to all of the kind people who would stop by with their dogs so Lee could visit with them. It made him so very happy. He was in a wheelchair since suffering from a stroke in 2010. It was not an easy life, but we were a team and did the best we could. Every day we always said, ?I love you? to each other. Lee was so loved and will be missed by me, Family and Friends.
If anyone would like an original copy of the 2014 picture of Lee and Carol, please mail Carol Ann a request and she will mail you one. I know Lee would love for you to have one. It was taken by their very good friend, Sara Moore.
 
Bassett, Lee Page (I250)
 
46267 Vital data on Nathaniel Norton in the Barbour Vital Records of Suffield. Norton, Nathaniel (I1011)
 
46268 Vital Records Extracted from the Yates County Chronicle
Editor - Stafford C. Cleveland
May - August 1875
6 May 1875
Died in Wayne on the 15th ult., of old age and paralysis, Mrs. Julia Bishop, widow of the late Captain Orrin Bishop, age 81 years. Her maiden name was Bassett, being a sister of Mr. Allen Bassett of Barrington. She was born in North Haven, Connecticut, in 1794, and when a child went with her parents to South Egremont, Massachusetts, where her father died in 1800. Sometime after this her mother married Mr. John Boice and the family again moved to and resided for some years in Hillsdale, Columbia County. Here she lived adjacent to the Hudson river at the time when Robert Fulton placed his impracticable impossibility upon that noble river in the shape of a steamboat. Here she grew to womanhood and was married to Mr. Bishop, and about the year 1814 in company with Mr. Boice and Hiram Bishop, a brother of her husband who had married her only sister, she came to this section and settled upon the farm now occupied by Mr. A. C. Eaton in Barrington. Some time after this she with her husband came to this village, then known as Harpending's Corners, where he established himself in business as a wagon maker, and erected for a dwelling the house now occupied by Col. H. G. Stafford on Main Street. After residing there several years they sold their property here and returned to Barrington, settling upon a farm of thirty acres adjoining the farm of Mr. Alan Bassett, her brother. Mr. Bishop died in March 1858, leaving her in care of her youngest daughter who had married our youngest son, and with them she has resided during her widowhood. She was the mother of four children, one son and three daughters. The son died over 30 years ago; the daughters are yet living.
Dundee Record.

Early Settlers for the Town of Barrington
History of Yates County, New York
published 1892, by L.C. Aldrich
John Boyce married the widow of Justus Bassett, and came to make their future home in this town in 1812. Polly, Julia and Allen Bassett, children of Justus Bassett, came with them. Their settlement was made on Lot 16, in the eastern part of town. John Boyce and Beulah (Bassett) Boyce had three children: Clorinda, Chauncy, and Harriett.

Excerpt from HISTORY AND DIRECTORY OF YATES COUNTY, NEW YORK by Stafford C. Cleveland published in 1872 in Penn Yan, New York, pages 155-159 as well as additional excerpts from the other pages indicated in brackets.

The father of Allen Bassett was Justus Bassett of Connecticut, and his mother Beulah Tuttle of the same State. In 1800 the father died in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, where they had taken up their abode, leaving their children, Polly, Julia and Allen. The widow afterwards married John Boyce of Hillsdale, Columbia County, New York, wither the family removed. They came to Barrington, (then Wayne), in 1812. Three children were added to the family by the second marriage, Clorinda, Chauncey and Harriet. They settled on lot 16 where Mr, Boyce died three years later, leaving the mother's oldest son, Allen, the dependence of the family. He has therefore had a large experience of life in a new country, and has borne himself bravely and well in the battle of life.

Polly, the elder sister, married Hiram Bishop of Hillsdale settled in Barrington, and had seven children, who reached adult age and married: Sally, Betsey, Louisa, William, James S., Emily and George W. Emily married Alexander Patten, and resides at Hornellsville. They all reside beyond the limits of Yates county. Julia Bassett married Orrin Bishop of Hillsdale, and settled near her mother and brother in Barrington, where he died leaving four children, Philemon, Mary A., Beulah E., and Harriet. Philemon married Caroline Bigelow of Barrington, and died, leaving his widow and one child, Charles P. This boy was a drummer in the 33rd regiment of New York volunteers, enlisting at the age of twenty, and serving in the Army of the Potomac, through all its campaigns and all its principal engagements, until Grant conquered at Richmond, after which he was honorably discharged.

From page 970: Caroline (daughter of John W. and Mary (Shannon) Bigelow) married Philemon Bishop. They had a son Charles, who married Lois, daughter of Samuel V. Miller.

From pages 702-703: Lois D. (daughter of Samuel V. (1814-) and Adaline (Vorce) Miller) married Charles P. Bishop of Barrington, and they reside at Monterey, Schuyler Co, Mary A. Bishop married George P. Lord of Barrington. They reside at Urbana and have seven children. Beulah E. Bishop married Joseph Westcott of Dundee, a son of James M. Westcott.

From pages 1103-1104: First Christian Society of Starkey and Barrington ... The preachers of this faith have been: Ira Brown, ... James M. Westcott ... The trustees, aside from those already mentioned, have been: Addison B. Lewis, Allen Bassett, ... James M. Westcott.

From pages 1103-1104: First Christian Society of Starkey and Barrington ... Among the members of this church have been the following: Allen Bassett and wife.

From page 1075: James M. Westcott, son of Samuel Westcott, sone of Samuel Westcott and Cynthia Bates his wife, was born n 1809 in the town and county of Otsego, New York. His parents were natives of Rhode Island. His father died in Rushford, Alleghany Col, in 1856, at seventy-five, and his mother is still alive in 1972, at eighty-two. They had four sons and four daughters, and James M. is the oldest son ... In 1831 James married Mary, daughter of Samuel Burt of Livonia, Livingston County. Their children were Joseph B., Martin R. and Ruth.

From page 1075: Joseph B., born in 1832, (son of James M. and Mary (dau. of Samuel Burth of Livonia, Livingsto Co.) Westcott), married Eliza B., daughter of Orrin Bishop of Barrington. He is a lawyer, and now a clerk in the Revenue Department at Washington. Their children are Mary B., Corinne (Carrie), Ella (Ellie) and Ruth. Harriet D. Bishop maried Martin R. Westcott, a brother of Joseph, and resides in Urbana, and has two children, William W. and James M.

From pages 1074-1075: Martin R., born in 1837, married Harriett, sister of the wife of his brother. He is a farmer in the town of Wayne, and was an efficient soldier in the Union service. He was first a soldier of the 44th New York Volunteers, afterwards served in the 105th New York Volunteers, and was nearly three years in the organization of the Sharp Shooters. He took part in eighteen battles. Their children are William W., James O. and one other.

Allen Bassett married Druzilla W. Eddy, and settled near the maternal homestead, where she died in 1829, leaving four surviving children. Mr. Bassett's mother died the same year. The children of the first marriage were Zenecia F., Palmer H., Julia and Richard A.

Zenecia F. married James Thayer of Milo.
From page 705: James (son of Simon (1782-1856) and Elizabeth Lucas (1786-1862) Thayer) married Zenecia, daughter of Allen Bassett of Barrington. He is a substantial farmer on lot 33. They have four surviving children, James A., Emeline, Laura and Fancelia. James A. married Alice, daughter of James Lawrence. They have one child, Mary A. Mary A. died in 1867. Emma married John B. Haas, of Sunbury, Pennsylvania, and has a daughter Eva P.

Palmer H. married Susan J. Smith, and resides in Dundee, They have had two children, Charles E. and Fred P. Charles E. was a member of the Brass Band of Dundee, and though but a lad of fifteen accompanied them when they enlisted, and went to Norfolk, Virginia, during the war of the Rebellion, where they were stationed as a Post Band. He there died, and was much lamented b his associates and friends, to whom he was greatly endeared both by reason of his personal and musical accomplishments. He was proficient with several musical instruments, but his favorite was the tenor drum. His monument stands in the Dundee Cemetery, a broken column, with his drum and the flag of the Union, representing his untimely death and its accomplishments. Palmer H. Bassett canvassed the county of Yates for the sale of this book.

Julia married Andrew Wortman of Barrington, in 1845. They have three children, Huldah A., Eugene A. and Cassie L. Huldah married Henry Freeman, and they reside in Steuben County.

Richard A. married Mary A. Hendrickson, and has two children, Edward P. and George W., and resides in Warsaw, Indiana. He entered the military service during the late war as First Lieutenant of Company B, 126th Regiment New York Volunteers, of which he was subsequently Captain. He shared the hard fortunes of that regiment through the war, and after the battle of Gettysburg was Captain of the Provost Guard before Richmond, where he participated in the closing scenes of the war. 
Bassett, Julia (I569)
 
46269 Vital Records of Jefferson County, 1847/1847/1849 Town of Antwerp, Births
Annett Manning, daughter of Ira Timothy and Maria Manning, born 2 Aug 1849. 
Manning, Timothy Ira (I17)
 
46270 Vital Records of Jefferson County, 1847/1847/1849 Town of Antwerp, Births
Annett Manning, daughter of Ira Timothy and Maria Manning, born 2 Aug 1849. 
Manning, Maria (I18)
 
46271 Vital Records says Jonathan Bassett was born in Sharon, Vermont.

Letter sent to Mrs. Charles Bassett in 1964 by Julia McCann of Castleton, Vermont
My grandfather, Simon Goodyear Bassett was born Dec. 25, 1833 in Sharon, VT. He was 9 years old when his father, a Dr., died at the age of 41. He had two sisters and one brother. His mother was left with little support and it was necessary for her boys to live with other persons and working from place to place until they were 15/16, receiving such schooling as could be taken advantage of in the intervals of their labor.
When grandfather was 15 years old his mother bought a farm on the East Hubbardton road - known then aas North Britain. Her house was typical of the times with a summer kitchen, wood house, carriage house, etc., all attached. She also owned the house located at the point of roads where the sculptor now lives, (I'm sure grandfather would have much to say if he could see the strange (naked) figures on his property).
My grandfather's mother married the second time - a man from Massachusetts, Hollis Freeman. He had two sons older than her boys and after a few years grandfather went west and settled in Tuscola, IL. He built the first grocery store and post office, and managed both. It was there he met and married Mary Robertson in 1862. Their daughter Avah was born there. Back East the following year, Mr. Freeman became ill and died in 1863 - again leaving Grandfather's mother a widow.
Simon G. and family returned to Castleton in 1863 to manage the farm for his mother. There they had 2 more children, my father Clinton & Uncle Charles. His mother died in 1885 leaving the farm to her son.
In 1876, Grandfather built a saw mill at Margaret falls. This was a lucrative business. He also had a Maple Sugar orchard. In August of 1886 he was one of the committee of 7 who selected the site on Bird Mountain to build a Masonic Monument.... 
Bassett, Jonathan (I909)
 
46272 Voice News of Nebraska, 2008
Nellie L. Sasseen, 93, Syracuse, formerly of Unadilla, widow of Maurice, died Saturday, August 30. Born to the late Charles and Izelle B. (Bryant) Peshek at Unadilla. Taught school at Bennet.
Survivors include: sisters, Mildred Goers, Tecumseh; Elsie Snyder, Unadilla; six nieces and nephews; and many other relatives and friends.
Services were on Monday, September 1 at the Unadilla United Methodist Church. Burial was in the Unadilla Cemetery. Memorials to the family's choice. Fusselman-Wymore Funeral Home, Syracuse, is in charge of arrangements. 
Peshek, Nellie L. (I20)
 
46273 Voices of Valor: Charles Bass
By Mary Drennon Special to the Tribune-Herald, Waco, Texas
May 27, 2017

On Panel 42E, Row 13 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, there?s a name of importance to retired Air Force Master Sgt. Charles E. Bass, 86, of Woodway. It?s his brother, Budrow Bass Jr., who was killed in action shortly after he arrived in Vietnam. Charles Bass and ?Little Bud,? as he was known, were born into a Louisiana family with seven other siblings; Charles was the oldest, and Little Bud was the sixth child. They were born years apart. Bass grew up in Jonesville, and went to work when he graduated high school. He couldn?t see any reason to go to college, so he didn?t. ?I come from a farm where wages were a dollar a day, and all the sudden, I was being paid some big wages to primarily supervise meat packaging and display,? Bass said. ?I couldn?t believe you could make money that easy.? He skipped going to LSU, because he didn?t think he could make more money by going to college.
When he joined the Air Force in October 1950 to avoid being drafted into the Army, Little Bud was a young boy and Bass wasn?t as close with him and the younger children as he was with his older siblings. Bass joined the Air Force assuming it would involve flying. ?I thought then that everyone in the Air Force flew and came back home after resting a while. I didn?t realize only 20 percent of the people flew and the rest served on the ground,? he said.

Air Force on the ground
Bass? military career began at Barksdale Air Force Base in Louisiana and it took him all over the United States and abroad. His specialty was electronics and it wasn?t too long before he was teaching new cadets. In 1951, he went to England with the 59th Air Wing to Burtonwood, a former World War II air depot. He taught radar, electronics and fire control systems in the B-29 and B-50 aircraft and attended school on base through Warrington and the University of Maryland. Back in the U.S., he was assigned to James Connally AFB in Waco, where he met his future wife, Retha Joe Furlow, a nurse with the 3565th Medical group. They married in 1954. Bass continued his military career. He served at many bases throughout the U.S., including Lowry in Denver; Columbus, Ohio with the SAC unit at Lockbourne AFB; Bergstrom AFB; Glasgow AFB in Montana; and Castle AFB in California. He retired after 20 years and 28 days as a master sergeant in November 1970. Little Bud was drafted into the U.S. Army in 1967 while Charles was at Castle. He saw his brother for the last time when Little Bud took a 30-day leave and came home. Just finished with Tiger training in preparation for Vietnam, Little Bud told his brother he had the choice to go elsewhere but turned it down. Bass urged him to reconsider, but Little Bud refused to leave his ?brothers? who were going to Vietnam. Less than two months later, he was dead. On March 1, 1968, Budrow Bass Jr., 20, was killed by an improvised explosive device planted in the ground, leaving behind an expecting wife. It was near Chu Chi in Vietnam and the Army unit was marching in single file, when at the front of the line someone fired a gun or some similar device. It was a decoy to get soldiers, as the enemy knew, to hit the ground instinctively. There were many ?$2 personnel mines? planted and Little Bud landed on one. He died instantly.
No news is usually bad news Bass got a call from his father at Castle, who told him Little Bud was ?missing.? Bass told his father to ?prepare for the worst and hope for the best.? He knew from experience that many families are first informed their loved one is ?missing? to give them time to process the information. A couple of days later, they usually inform the family that he is deceased and his body recovered.
Bass escorted his brother?s body home from Oakland Army Base. ?It was one of the most difficult jobs in my life,? he said. Arriving home in the middle of the night, there were about 500 people there to honor Little Bud. ?I never saw anything like it in my life,? he said. Today, Bass is retired and still married to Retha. They have four children, four granddaughters and three great-grandsons. He volunteers in the community, and he and Retha have spent years sponsoring Baylor girls to provide support while they are away from home. He thinks about his brother, especially on Little Bud?s birthday and on the day he died. He gets emotional when he talks about it. But, he feels God has a plan in mind. Regarding his own service, Bass said, ?It was a job I volunteered to do. I feel honored to have served. I felt like a part in it by preparing the men to carry out the mission.?
 
Bass, Charles Edward (I54529)
 
46274 Volney was 9 years old when his parents came to Wisconsin, and he grew to manhood on his father's farm in Salem township. He attended the old fashioned subscription schools and lived at home until his 23rd year, when he
began renting and working land. After a time, he purchased 60 acres of land, which he later sold to purchase 80 acres. He sold this to buy 200 acres. He sold this too, finally buying the old Cotton place of 160 acres in Bristol,
Wisconsin. He lived there eight years before his health failed and he sold out. He died at Bristol Station on 31 Jul 1891, aged 68 years. He was a member of the board of supervisors in the town of Salem. Politically he was a
Republican. He had three brothers, Elias, William, and Charles, in the Civil War.

CEMETERY INSCRIPTIONS OF SALEM MOUND CEMETERY, PADDOCK LAKE, WISCONS

Volney L. BassettAdeline
DiedWife of
Jul 31, 1891Volney L. Bassett
Aged 58 yearsDied
Dec. 15, 1914
Aged 83 years




HISTORY OF KENOSHA COUNTY
VOLNEY L. BASSETT

Volney L. Bassett resided in Kenosha county for many years and
witnessed a great change in conditions here as the county was in many respects
a frontier district when he removed here with his parents in 1842. He became
identified with agricultural pursuits and gained a gratifying measure of
success as a farmer. His last years were spent in honorable retireme
Bristol Station, where he died in 1901.
Mr. Bassett was a native of Cayuga county, New York, his birth
occurring on the 19th of December, 1833. His parents were Jotham and Jeannette
(Woodworth) Bassett, who were also born in New York. The maternal grandfather,
Elias Woodworth, was likewise a native of that state and became a pioneer of
Kenosha county, Wisconsin. He took up government land in Salem township and
there died when about eighty-five years of age. Jotham Bassett removed west in
1842 and took up his residence in Salem township, Kenosha county. Later he
went to Waushara county and he resided there for many years, but died,
however, at the home of his daughter, Eudlophia, in Iowa. His wife, who
survived him for many years, also died at the home of that daughter. There
were nine children in the family, four of whom are now living, namely:
Ambrose, a resident of San Jose, California; Elias, a resident of Minnesota;
William, of Tomales, California; and Eudlophia, the wife of William
Vandenberg, of Baraboo, Wisconsin. Elias, William and Charles were all
soldiers of the Civil War, and John enlisted but was not accepte
Volney L. Bassett grew to manhood upon his father's farm in Sal
township, Kenosha county, and attended the subscription schools in the
acquirement of an education. He remained at home until his twenty-third year,
when he rented land. Subsequently he purchased sixty acres but later sold that
and bought eighty acres. On selling his second place he purchased two hundred
acres but later disposed of that and bought the old Cotting place of one
hundred and sixty acres in Bristol township, which was at one time considered
the finest farm in the county. After operating that place for eight years his
health failed and he sold out. His last days were passed at Bristol Station
and there his death occurred on the 31st of July, 1891, when he was in his
sixty-eighth year. He was a practical and efficient farmer and his well
directed labors were rewarded by good crops. As the years passed his resources
increased and he was recognized as one of the substantial men of his township.
Mr. Bassett was married on the 25th of December, 1855, to Miss Adeline
Foster, who was a daughter of Andrew W. and Prudence (Cornwall) Foster. The
Foster family is one of the oldest in Massachusetts. William Foster, the
grandfather of Mrs. Bassett, was born on the 22nd of November, 1783 and
followed agricultural pursuits in Oswego county, New York. He fought in the
War of 1812 and while at the front participated in the battle of Sackett's
Harbor. He married Olive Bettis, who was born July 10, 1785, and who passed
away on the 19th of February, 1877. They had a family of thirteen children,
all of whom are deceased save Julia, who was born on the 12th of February,
1830, and is the widow of Joseph Hicks, her home being at Genoa Junction.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew W. Foster were both born in New York and resided
in Oswego county for many years. He was a carpenter by trade but on removing
to Kenosha county, Wisconsin, with his family in 1841 purchased a fa
sixty acres in Salem township and subsequently he acquired title to one
hundred acres in that township about three miles northeast of Salem Station.
He died at Salem in January, 1892, when eighty-five years of age, and h
wife, who was born in 1808, passed away in 1895, when in her eighty-seventh
year. In early life they belonged to the Methodist Episcopal church but later
became identified with the Spiritualists. They were the parents of six
children: Mrs. Adeline Bassett; Betsey A., the wife of Fred Plank, of
Petaluma, California; Andrew W., who died in Genoa Junction in 1900; Leander
E., who died when nineteen years old; Orlando J., a resident of Fond du Lac,
Wisconsin; and Julian A., of Salem Station. Mrs. Bassett was one of the first
teachers of Kenosha county, opening her first school in her father's bedroom
with a few children in attendance.
Mr. Bassett supported the republican party and was at one time a
member of the board of supervisors of the town of Salem. He was always willing
to give of his time and energy to the promotion of the public welfare and was
recognized as a good citizen. He gained many friends throughout the county and
his demise was felt as a distinct loss to his community.  
Bassett, Volney Love (I09033)
 
46275 Volunteer Enlistment, State of Pennsylvania, Town of Frankford
I, Charles E. Bassett, born in Massachusetts, aged eighteen years, and by occupation a clerk, Do hereby acknowledge to have volunteered this Fourteenth day of February, 1865, to serve as a Soldier in the Army of the United States of America, for the period of one year, unless sooner discharged by proper authority; Do also agree to accept such bounty, pay, rations and clothing, as are, or may be, established by law for volunteers, And I, Charles E. Bassett, do solemnly swear, that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the United States of America, and that I will serve them honestly and faithfully against all their enemies or possoers whomsoever; and that I will observe and obey the orders of the President of the United States, and the orders of the officers appointed over me, according to the Rules and Articles of War.
Sworn and subscribed to at Frankford, Pa. this 14 day of February, 1865.
Charles E. Bassett
Mustered into service of the United States, for one year or during the war, from date of enlistment, in Company I, 213 Regiment of Penn. Volunteers, on the 14 day of February, 1865 at Frankford, Pa.
Complexion - light, height 5 ft. 4 in.

Encyclopedia of Frontier Biography by Dan L. Thrapp (1991)
Bassett, Charles E. (Senator), lawman (c. 1847-Jan. 5, 1896). Born at New Bedford, Massachusetts, he enlisted and served throughout the Civil War, being mustered out at Fort Sill, Indian Territory. Chosen sheriff of Ford County, Kansas, June 5, 1873, he was re-elected twice, serving until 1878. In September 1877, he, with under-sheriff Bat Masterson and others chased Sam Bass following a Union Pacific holdup at Big Springs, Nebraska, but without result. When Masterson succeeded him as sheriff (because law prohibited Bassett from running for a third successive term), Masterson appointed him under-sheriff. Bassett was named Dodge City marshal after Ed Masterson was killed in April 1878. Bassett was on hand for the finale of the Loving-Richardson gun fight in the Long Branch Saloon at Dodge, April 5, 1879. He resigned as city marshal in November 1879, went to Colorado in 1880 and later to Texas, returning to Dodge City in September 1881. He then apparently made his headquarters at Kansas City, returning to Dodge from time to time, including one occasion to take part with Luke Short in his dispute with city authorities in June 1883. He owned and worked at various Kansas City saloons until his death, at Hot Springs, Arkansas.

The Kansas City Star, January 7, 1896, page 1, col. 7
"Senator" Bassett Dead
The passing of a Frontier Character Well Known Here
A Quiet, Modest Man Who, With "Bat" Masterson, Rid Dodge City of Despeeradoes
When It Was a Wild Cowboy Town
Charles C. Bassett, known to the sporting fraternity all over the country, a prominent figure in the frontier days of Kansas, is dead. News of his death at Hot Springs Sunday was received in this city to-day. Inflammatory rheumatism, from which he had been a sufferer for several years, is supposed to have been the immediate cause.
The life history of Charlie Bassett, "Senator", as he was known to his friends and acquaintances, is closely entwined with that of "Bat" Masterston, Luke Short, W.H. Harris and other noted characters who were before the public eye in the '70's. Bassett was born in New Bedford, Mass., about 49 years ago. He came west after the war and, after drifting about the mining camps and frontier towns for a time, took up his abode in Dodge City, Kansas. The town was overrun with a lawless element. Desperadoes were as numerous as flies in summer time and murders were of nightly occurrence. It was a wide open town with all that the name implies. Peace loving citizens were alarmed at the condition of affairs. Marshals who had attempted to quell the desperadoes had either been killed or driven from the town. Finally "Bat" Masterson was made marshal. He chose Bassett as his right hand man and chief deputy. Bassett was of peaceable disposition, but had nerves of steel, unquestioned courage and was a dead shot.
Masterson and Bassett soon established a record as fearless and desperate officials. Several of the desperadoes were killed and the remainder driven from the town. Afterward, in recognition of his services, Bassett was made sheriff of the county.
About fifteen years ago Bassett came to Kansas City as manager of Webster & Hughes's "Marble Hall" saloon on main street, between Fifth street and Missouri avenue. Subsequently he opened the "Senate" saloon on West Ninth street and there he obtained the soubriquet of "Senator". The venture was a failure and Bassett went to work as bartender for Frank Jones and Hannon & Dixon. A year ago he went to Europe with Emil Werk, the millionaire, now of Cincinnati, but formerly of this city. On his return from Europe, Bassett went to Hot Springs, Ark., in the hope that the water would benefit his health.
It is said that like "Bat" Masterson, Bassett had several notches on his revolver, each of which stood for a human life. Concerning this he never spoke, even to his most intimate friends, and he rarely referred to the exciting times when he was sheriff and deputy marshal in Dodge City. While living in this city he was a member of the gun clubs and took a prominent part in all sporting matters. When a mere boy Bassett enlisted in the Union army at Philadelphia. He served through the war of the rebellion and was mustered out at Fort Sill, Indian Territory.

In a famous picture taken in Dodge City, Kansas, known as the Dodge City Peace Commissioners, the following appear:
Front row: Charlie E. Bassett, Wyatt Earp, M.F. McLain, Neal Brown
Back row: William H. Harris, Luke Short, Bat Masterson, W.F. Petillon

Excerpt from "Why The West Was Wild"
On November 4, 1879, the Globe reported that "Ex-Sheriff Charles E. Bassett returned last week from New Mexico, where he has been for the past ten days in the interest of the Adams Express Company". The day the Globe came out the city council met and appointed James Masterson city marshal to replace Bassett who had by then resigned.
On December 23 Bassett was reported to be in St. Louis, Mo., but by January 6, 1880, when the January term of the Ford county district court convened, he was back in Dodge for duty as deputy sheriff. His name appeared in the newspapers a few times in minor items which stated that he took prisoners to the penitentiary, but apparently he was involved in nothing of note for the remainder of his stay in Dodge City. On April 27, 1880, the Ford County Globe noted his exit from town: "Ex-Sheriff Chas. E. Bassett, accompanied by Mysteious Dave (Mather) and two other prospectors, started out last week in search of 'greener fields and pastures new.' They went in a two-horse wagon, after the style in the days of '49." The Times, May 1, stated that he was headed for the Gunnison country.
The newspapers of Dodge City did not mention Bassett again for more than 16 months. On September 13, 1881, the Globe noticed his return in this article: "Charles E. Bassett, ex-sheriff of Ford county, and formerly city marshal of Dodge City - one of the old timers - arrived the city last Tuesday after an absence of a year and a half. Charley looks as natural as life, wears good clothes, and says Texas is suffering from dry weather." On September 8, two days after his return, he was mentioned as a possible candidate for sheriff, but two weeks later he was in Kansas City and apparently planning to stay, judging from this item in the Times, September 22, 1881: "Hon. C.E. Bassett, a well known cattle man of Kansas and Texas, returned to the city yesterday after a brief stay at Dodge City. He will remain here for some time. Kansas City Journal. Jim Kelley has charge of Mr. Bassett's herds during his absence."
Another 18 months passed before the name of Charles E. Bassett again appeared in the Dodge City newspapers. The Ford County Globe of March 20, 1883, reported that he had been in Dodge City from Kansas City "the first of last week and spent a day or two in our city visiting old-time friends."
Bassett was again in Dodge City in June, 1883, with several other prominent Western gun fighters, to aid Luke Short in his quarrel with the city authorities.
Twice more, on January 1, 1884, and April 7, 1885, Bassett was mentioned as being in Dodge City. No further contemporary information has been found on the Dodge City career of Charles E. Bassett.

1850 Federal Census of New Bedford, Bristol County, Massachusetts (24 Sep 1850)
Benjm Bassett - 36 - M - Massachusetts - Sailmaker
Julia H. - 25 - F - Rhode Island
Eugene K. - 8 - M - Massachusetts
Sarah C. - 6 - F - Massachusetts
Sophia C. - 4 - F - Massachusetts
Charles E. - 2 - M - Massachusetts
Benjm F. - 7/12 - M - Massachusetts

1860 Federal Census of New Bedford, Bristol County, Massachusetts (7 Sep 1860)
Benjamin Bassett - 45 - M - Massachusetts - Sail Maker --- 200
Julia H. - 34 - F - Rhode Island
Benjamin E. - 18 - M - Massachusetts - Mariner
Sarah C. - 16 - F - Massachusetts
Sophia C. - 14 - F - Massachusetts
Charles E. - 13 - M - Massachusetts

1870 Federal Census of New Bedford, Bristol County, Massachusetts (11 Jun 1870)
Benjamin Bassett - 55 - M - Massachusetts - Sail Maker --- 500
Julia H. - 43 - Rhode Island - Keeps House
Eugene K. - 26 - M - Massachusetts - At Sea
Sarah C. - 25 - F - Massachusetts - In Picture Factory
Sophia C. - 23 - F - Massachusetts - Tailoress
Charles D. - 21 - M - Massachusetts - In U.S. Service
Hattie E. - 16 - F - Massachusetts - Milliner 
Bassett, Charles E. (I10)
 
46276 Volusia Memorial Funeral Home & Park
Donald ?Sam? Baggett Bass
August 30, 1940 ? October 2, 2017

Donald ?Sam? Baggett Bass, 77, of Ormond Beach FL passed away Monday, October 2, 2017. He was born August 30, 1940 in Mingo Township, NC son of Eliza and John Vernon Bass. Sam grew up in Dunn NC and graduated from Dunn High School Class of 1958. After attending college in Norfolk, VA, he enlisted in the USAF and was stationed in Homestead, Florida where he met his wife, Gini a Daytona girl in Miami attending nursing school. They shared 52 wonderful years together and raised two children, Cindi and Donald. Sam and Gini resided in Miami for 30 years. During that time Sam was the Director of Plant Operations at Doctor?s Hospital for 12 yrs. and Assistant Director at Baptist Hospital for 13 yrs. Sam and Gini moved to Ormond Beach where Sam was the supervisor of Housing Maintenance at Embry- Riddle, until his retirement in 2003. Their son and daughter followed them and enlarged the family. Sam spent a great deal of time with his granddaughters who he cherished. Hobbies Sam enjoyed included flying his airplane, golfing and bowling. Through flying he made many close friends. He instilled his interest in bowling to his daughter Cindi and granddaughter Kara who was the State Champion for the past 2 years in the under 10 and 12. While his children were growing up Sam coached youth softball, baseball, football and soccer. Sam loved the game of golf and was a member of the Riviera Country Club and the RMGA. He enjoyed football and was a Dolphin and UM season ticket holder for many years. When not golfing he was watching his teams. Sam loved to travel. He and Gini took many cruises and included their children and granddaughters. Sam will be in the hearts of the many that were fortunate to have known him. Left to cherish his memory is his wife, Virginia ?Gini? Adams Bass; daughter, Cynthia Bass Wilson Beissel (Brian); son, Donald Adams Bass (Sarah); granddaughters, Katie Wilson, Kristie Wilson and Kara Beissel; and brother, Harold Bass (Peggy). The family will receive friends Sunday October 8, 2017, 5-8 pm at Volusia Memorial Funeral Home, 548 N. Nova Road Ormond Beach. Funeral services will be held at Volusia Memorial at 3:00 pm Monday October 9, 2017 followed by burial in Volusia Memorial Park. Condolences may be shared with the family at www.volusiamemorialfunerals.com.

 
Bass, Donald Baggett (I397)
 
46277 Vondel L. Smith Funeral Home
Butch Bassett (Picture included)
Friday, April 24th, 1951 ? Sunday, October 27th, 2019

Butch Bassett, 68, of Oklahoma City, OK, passed away October 27, 2019 at home surrounded by family. Butch was born April 27, 1951 to Robert and Betty Bassett in Oklahoma City, OK. He married Debi Nunn on June 20, 1975 and from their union they had 3 children. Butch enjoyed cooking out on the grill, smoking meat and entertaining friends and family. He was an avid sports fan, who loved watching OU football games. Butch also enjoyed hunting and fishing trips, camping and taking his boat out on the lake. He could always be found tinkering around the garage and being an all-around handyman. He had an appreciation for jazz music and could be found unwinding with a good movie. Most of all, Butch was a family man. He was a loving husband, father and grandfather. His grandbabies brought him so much joy and happiness. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

He was preceded in death by his: Parents; He is survived by his: Wife, Debi;
Daughters, Breana Bassett, Chalyn Bassett, Chanda Grubbs and husband, Michael;
Brother, Mike Bassett; Sister, Linda Cornelius and husband, Derel;
5 grandchildren, Cylar Bassett, Cora Bassett, Meyer Grubbs, Miller Grubbs and Sloan Grubbs.
 
Bassett, Earl "Butch" (I155)
 
46278 Vosseteig Funeral Homes
Donna Bassett
November 1, 1936 ? October 19, 2021

Donna Bassett, age 84, of Sparta, WI, formerly of Viola, WI, passed away peacefully Tuesday, October 19, 2021, at Bridgepath Apartments. She was born November 1, 1936, in Merrill, WI and graduated from Arbor Vitae-Woodruff High School in 1954, where she served as the Penny Queen. That same year, she married the love of her life, Gerry Bassett, in Minocqua, WI prior to his military service overseas.

After Gerry?s military service, they established their family in Arbor Vitae, where they raised four children. While raising their children, Donna and Gerry were known for being a social couple; getting to know their neighbors, people at their church, and their community. After their children grew up and moved away, they retired to Viola in 1996. Upon retirement, Donna started volunteering at many places: the food pantry, Vernon Memorial Hospital, at Good Shepherd Church, the Blood Drives, and on the Election Board for the Town of Liberty. After Gerry?s death in 2018, Donna has resided in Sparta to be closer to family.

Donna is survived by her four children: Debra Bassett, Mark (Gloria) Bassett, Tina (Eric) Blount, and Becky (Ron) Anderson; ten grandchildren; numerous great grandchildren; a sister, Alyce Bailey; and many nieces, nephews, and other family members.

She was preceded in death by her parents; husband of 63 years, Gerry; brothers: Robert, Clarence, Lewie, Gene, and John Behn, Roger and Fred Raichle; sisters, Florence Brooker, and Helen Maines; and two granddaughters: Rebekah LeeAnn and Amanda Lee.

A Memorial Service will be held Wednesday, October 27, 2021, at 2:00 p.m., at Vosseteig-Larson Funeral Home in Viroqua with Pastor Mark Kvale officiating. A visitation will be held from 12:00 p.m. until time of service, with a light lunch available. Donna will be laid to rest at the Viola Cemetery.

In lieu of plants or flowers, memorials may be given to Sugar Creek Bible Camp in Donna?s memory.

Vosseteig-Larson Funeral Home of Viroqua is serving Donna's family.
123 W. Decker Street
Viroqua, WI 54665
(608) 637-2100
 
Behn, Donna (I20159)
 
46279 Vosseteig Funeral Homes, Wisconsin, January, 2018
Gerald Bassett, 84 (Picture included)

Gerald Bassett, 84, of Viola, died Sunday, January 28, 2019.

Gerald was born on March 27, 1933 to Clarence and Alice (Hill) Bassett in Minocqua, WI. He graduated from Minocqua High School. Gerald enlisted in the United States Air Force on June 18 1952 and served during the Korean conflict as a member of the security service as a translator. He was honorably discharged on June 17 1956. On February 19 1954 he was united in marriage to Donna Behn and they had 4 children together. Gerald was very active in the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church. He loved to watch Packer games.

Gerald is survived by his wife, Donna; four children: Debra Bassett, Mark (Gloria) Bassett, Tina (Eric) Blount, and Becky (Ron) Anderson; ten grandchildren; numerous great grandchildren; four siblings: Alice, William, Edna, and Martha; and other nieces, nephews, and other family members.

He was preceded in death by his parents; siblings: Jesse George, Robert, Lester, and Winifred; and two granddaughters: Rebekah LeeAnn, and Amanda Lee.

Funeral Services will be held at 1pm on Saturday, February 3, 2018 at the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church. Pastor Yvonne Marshall will officiate with a luncheon following the service. Friends may call at the church from 11am till the time of service at 1.

In lieu of plants or flowers, memorial may be given to the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church.

Online Condolences may be offered at www.VossFH.com.

The Vosseteig Funeral Homes serving the Viola and Viroqua areas are serving the family.
 
Bassett, Gerald (I20158)
 
46280 W I L L O F E P H R A I M B A S S


In the name of GOD Amen I Ephraim Bass of the State of North Carolina and County of Wayne being weak in body But in perfect mind and memory thanks be to God and calling to mind he mortality of my Body and Knowing that it appointed for all men Once to die do make and Ordain this to be my last will and Testament in Manner and form following Viz) in the first place I recommend my body to be Buried in a Christian like and Decent manner and my Soul into the hands of GOD that gave it - - - -
Item 1st I give to Son Jonathan Bass one Feather Bed and Furniture to him and his heirs forever - - - -
Item 2nd I give to my son Doctor Bass thirty Dollars to him and his heirs forever - - - - - - - - - -
Item 3rd I give to my son Isaac the whole of my land containing the plantation whereon I now live with all improvements and appurtenances thereunto belonging One horse, Bridle and Saddle of his choice one Cow and Calf of his choice and one Heafer of his Choice and four head of Sheep One feather bed and Stead and furniture and one new home made Rug Two large pewter plates and two mugs and Six Earthen plants and One wool wheel and one Flax wheel and One painted Chest and one Table of his Choice and one gallon pewter Bason One Brass Teapot and Three setting Chairs and Six quart jug and one pot of his Choice and one Black Silk handkerchief and one Spoted Shall and one Wheat box to him and his heirs forever, and one pair of Flat Irons.
Item 4th I give to Penelope and Wm. Hosea one Feather Bed betwixt them and I give Sd Penelope one legged Chest to her and her heirs forever - - - - - - - -

The Ballance of my estate I leave to be sold and after paying my Just Debts and legacies I give to be equally Divided among the Whole of my children to them and their heirs forever,
I constitute and appoint my Son Jeremiah Bass and my Friend Jacob Fulghum Executors to this my last will and Testament in Witness whereof I have set my hand and Seal this 29th day of May 1823
his
Ephraim X Bass
mark
Signed Sealed and acknowledged
in the presents of

Jacob Fulghum
Elizabeth Fulghum
 
Bass, Ephraim (I46696)
 
46281 W. Orville Kimmel Funeral Home, Inc., Harrisburg, PA
Jenifer Marie Bass
August 18, 1985 ? August 4, 2022

Jenifer Marie Bass, 36, passed away unexpectedly on Thursday, August 4, 2022 in Carlisle.
Born August 18, 1985 in Carlisle, she was the daughter of Frances V. Kennedy and the late Henry C. Bass.
She was a graduate of Carlisle High School and received her CNA certificate.
Jenifer was a caring, loving person who was compelled to help others and wanted everyone to get along. She truly always chose to see the best in others. The family comedian, she was always ready to have fun with her family and friends; whether fishing, listening to Rap or R&B music, having ?Jersey Shore Nights? or just spending time with those she loved.
Surviving is her mother: Frances V. Kennedy, with whom she resided; her sons: Jaiden Bass and Chanse Bonner; her sisters: Dorothy Ronan, Portage, PA, Betty Bass (and her husband, Lanoris King), Oviedo, FL, and Sarah Bass, Carlisle; her brother: Billy Joe Bass, Shippensburg; her dog: Lucky; 15 nieces and nephews; and many other family members and friends, all of whom will miss her greatly.
Services will be held 3:00 pm Sunday, August 14, 2022 at Kimmel Funeral Home, 2001 Market Street, Harrisburg, where friends will be received from 2:00 pm until the time of services.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Kimmel Funeral Home to offset expenses or to National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), Cumberland and Perry Counties, PO Box 527, Carlisle, PA 17013.

 
Bass, Jenifer Marie (I10)
 
46282 W. Sardis Bassett took the oath of office for Sherriff of West Carroll Parish, Louisiana, on June 4, 1936.

1930 Federal Census of Oak Grove, West Carroll, Louisiana (14 Apr 1930)
Walter S. Bassett - 37 - M - MS-MS-MS - Head - Tax Assessor West Carroll
Emma F. - 36 - F - MS-MS-MS - Wife
Sartis W. - 16 - M - MS-MS-MS - Son
Verline - 9 - F - MS-MS-MS - Daughter
Laura Craine (Wd) - 66 - F - MS-MS-MS - Mother-in-law
(Living on O'Conner Street) (Married at 19 & 18) 
Bassett, W. Sartis (I450)
 
46283 W.A. and Georgianna Simmons moved to Rochester, New York. Simmons, W.A. (I1821)
 
46284 W.B. "Billy" Bassett
The Randolph Leader Feb 2002, Randolph, Alabama

(WEDOWEE) - Services for W. B. "Billy" Bassett Jr., 55, of Wedowee, formerly of Smyrna, Ga., will be Thursday, Feb. 14, 2002, at 11 a.m. at Midway United Methodist Church, with the Revs. James Manley and Clay Manley officiating. Burial will follow in the adjoining cemetery.
Mr. Bassett died Monday, Feb. 11, at Northeast Regional Medical Center, Anniston.
A Randolph County native, Mr. Bassett was born May 26, 1946, son of Willie Byrd Bassett Sr. and Gladys Parmer Bassett. He was a member of Midway United Methodist Church and had been employed with Beers Construction Company in Atlanta.
Survivors include his wife, Judy Bassett of Wedowee; two daughters, Lisa Alene Bassett of Jacksonville, Fla., and Carolyn B. Hall of Wedowee; son-in-law Dann Hall of Wedowee; two grandchildren; three sisters, Wylodene Clark of Roanoke, Juanita Ussery of McDonough, Ga., and Margaret Myers of Pikeville, Tenn.; and one brother, Kim Bassett of Ashland.
The family will receive friends at Benefield Funeral Home, Wedowee, after 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 13. Mr. Bassett will lie in state at the church for on ehour prior to services on Thursday.
Pallbearers will be Hank Johns, Larry Darnell, Lee Noles, Bill Hodge, Robert French and Jimmy McCain. Honorary pallbearers will be former company members.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorials to American Kidney Foundation (6100 Executive Blvd., Suite 1010, Rockville, MD 28952).
Arrangements are by Benefield Funeral Home, Wedowee.
 
Bassett, Willie Byrd Jr. (P1637)
 
46285 W.C. Sharpe, History of Oxford, page 128
Prudence, wife of James Pangman, died November 8, 1807, aged 74.
Buried in Hillside (Hawkins) Cemetery in Oxford, Connecticut. 
Perry, Prudence (I542)
 
46286 W.E. Pegues Funeral Directors ? Tupelo, Mississippi
Morie Bass, November 1, 2007

Palmetto Community - Morie Gilmore Bass, 77, died Wednesday, October 31, 2007, at her residence after an extended illness. A Lee County native, she was born September 14, 1930 to the late Eddie Jacob and Evalena McMahan Gilmore. She married Thomas Bass in 1946 and they lived in Memphis for 36 years, returning to Palmetto after her husband's retirement in 1985. She was devoted to her family and a longtime member of Valley Grove Baptist Church.

Services will be 2 p.m. Sunday at Valley Grove Baptist Church with Bro. John Shackleford and Dr. Jim Alford officiating. Burial will be in Valley Grove Cemetery. W. E. Pegues Funeral Directors is in charge of the arrangements.

Survivors include a daughter, Linda Marie Wiggins and husband, Chuck, of Tupelo; a son, Danny Bass and wife, Myra, of Tupelo; a sister, Margurie G. Rogers and husband, J.C., of Tupelo; five grandchildren, Thomas W. Wiggins and wife, Emily of Algoma, Noah D. Bass and wife, Tanya, of Saltillo, Laura M. Russell and husband, Stacy, of Pontotoc, Jeremy L. Bass and wife, Cindy, of Pontotoc, and Jody B. Bass and wife, Jennifer, of Dorsey; six great-grandchildren, Carley, Marissa, Macey, Evalena, Jake, and one future great-grandchild.

She was preceded in death by her parents and her husband, Thomas H. Bass; one sister, Arlene Roberts; and two brothers, Lonnie Lee Gilmore and Eddie Carl Gilmore.

Pallbearers will be her grandsons, Thomas Wiggins, Noah Bass, Jeremy Bass, and Jody Bass, her grandson-in-law Stacy Russell, and her nephew, Eddie Rogers.

All visitation will be at the church 5 to 9 p.m. Saturday and 12 p.m. until service time Sunday.
 
Gilmore, Morie (I2057)
 
46287 W.E. Peques Funeral Directors ? Saltillo, August 25, 2022
Dorathy Tackett Bass

Saltillo--Dorathy Ann Tackett Bass, age 77, was born to William Henry Tackett and Dora Mae Tackett on September 12, 1944, in Pontotoc. She was married to the late James Edward Bass for 62 years. Dorathy worked as a sewing machine operator in furniture manufacturing until she retired to care for her mother. She was a member of Hughes Chapel Baptist Church, where her son, Rev. William Bass preaches. Dorathy loved Sunday dinners with her family and being a mother to every child she came into contact with. She deeply impacted so many lives. Dorathy s childhood nickname, given by her 5 brothers, was Snuffy. Dorathy s oldest daughter and son-in-law moved in with her and helped care for her through her Golden years.
Dorathy is survived by her two sons, James Kenneth Bass and his wife, Angie, of Tupelo, Rev. Cecil Bass and his wife, Terri, of Saltillo; three daughters, Brenda Wright and her husband, Randy of Saltillo, Julie Koon of Saltillo, and Kathy Black and her husband, John, of Tupelo; one brother, David Tackett and his wife, Judy, of Lake City, Arkansas; thirteen grandchildren; thirty-two great-grandchildren, and a host of nieces and nephews that she loved with her whole heart.
She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband; and four brothers, Bobby Tackett of Michigan, William Tackett of Florida, Leon Tackett of Tupelo, and Johnny Tackett of Pontotoc; and some in-laws she was very close with.
Services will be 11 a.m. Friday, August 26, 2022, at the Saltillo Chapel of W. E. Pegues, with Rev. Chris Stacks and her son, Rev. William Bass officiating. Burial will be in Valley Grove Cemetery. Visitation will be 5 until 9 p.m. Thursday, August 25, 2022, at W. E. Pegues, Saltillo.
Pallbearers will be Jeffery Bass, Nicholas Wright, Keith Bass, Justin Wright, Jacob Wright, and Daniel Bass. Honorary pallbearer will be Tyler Koon.
Expressions of sympathy and fond memories may be shared at www.peguesfuenralhome.com.

 
Tackett, Dorathy (I2233)
 
46288 W.H. was born in Virginia and raised in Kentucky, a part of a very large family. At age 15, he started learning to be a blacksmith. In order to learn to keep books for the business, he attended school 2 months out of the year. He progressed to making wagons, carts and tools which were shipped south for sale. About 1830 he settled in Chicot County and farmed, raising cotton on a government land grant. By the time he married Martha, he had an extensive
plantation with 165 slaves. 
Gaines, Major William Haney (I06021)
 
46289 W.J. Bassett-Lowke
London Times, 23 Oct 1953

W. J. Bassett-Lowke, the founder of the famous firm of model makers,
of Northampton and High Holborn, died on October 21, 1953 at the age of 76.
Wenman Joseph Bassett-Lowke was born in 1877 at Northampton.
Engineering was in his blood. His grandfather established the engineering and
boiler-making business of Bassett and Sons in Northampton in 1859. His father
was also and engineer and it was while he was apprenticed to his father
works of J.T. Lowke and Sons that the firm of Bassett-Lowke took shape.
Frustrated by the difficulties of getting well-designed components to meet his
model-making needs, he decided to produce them for himself and for othe
faced with the same problem.
In this he was helped by his father and by his friend, H.F.R.
Franklin. They advertised in the Model Engineer, then just established. A mail
order business sprang up and the firm of Bassett-Lowke was born. The first of
the famous catalogues was issued in 1899. Since then his models of railways,
ships, and engineering equipment, many of them exquisite replicas of their
prototypes, have become world famous.
Bassett-Lowke was a director and one of the founders of the
Northampton Repertory Theatre, and since his election as a member of the
Northampton Town Council in 1930 he played a prominent part in municipal
activities. He retired from the council in 1952, after having been an alderman
for seven years. 
Bassett-Lowke, Wenman Joseph (I57)
 
46290 W.M. Smith McNeal Funeral Home & Chapel
Mrs. Denise I. Bass Smalls
August 10, 1957 ? September 14, 2021

Mrs. Denise I. Bass Smalls, 64, entered into eternal rest on Tuesday, September 14, 2021. Residence: Charleston, SC.
The relatives of Mrs. Smalls are invited to attend her Funeral Service on Saturday, September 18, 2021 11:00 AM at the Smith-McNeal Chapel, 2119 Dorchester Road, North Charleston, SC 29405.
Interment: Morris Brown AME Church Cemetery.
Mrs. Smalls is survived by her daughter: Mrs. Franchell Smalls-Lewis (Jerell); mother: Mrs. Vermell Brewer-Bass; devoted companion: Mr. Luther Haynes, Jr.; grandchildren: Laylah-Mare D., Ashlynn-Nicole G. and Jerell A. Lewis,II; and siblings: Mr. Lenard Bass, Mr. Johnathan (Karen), Mr. Vannoy Bass; Rev. Rita Bass; Ms. Sheila Knight (Warren), Mr. Glenn Bass (Felicia) and Ms. Kimberly Bass. She was preceded in death by her husband, Mr. Francis Smalls and father, Mr. Isaac Bass.

A walk-through viewing will be held Friday, September 17, 2021 from 4:00 PM until 6:00 PM.

MASKS ARE REQUIRED FOR WALK-THROUGH VIEWING.
 
Bass, Denise I. (I15)
 
46291 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I15081)
 
46292 Wabash Plain Dealer, January 24, 1906
Captain Thomas Bassett, Formerly of Versailles
Died in Peoria, Ill. Saturday Morning.

Captain Thomas Bassett, a veteran of both the Mexican and civil wars, died Saturday morning at 8 o?clock at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Frank Connard, xxxx North Madison avenue, Peoria, Ill., after an illness of several months. Death was due to a complication of diseases contracted while in the services of his country.
Captain Bassett was a member of one of the most patriotic families in the United States, which has furnished many soldiers for the various conflicts in which the country has been engaged. The grandfather of Captain Bassett was a soldier in the Revolution under George Washington, his father a soldier of the war of 1812, he of both the Mexican and civil wars, and his two sons, Robert and John, both serving in the Philippines.
Captain Bassett went to Peoria from Versailles only last March, Indiana being his home state. During his short resident in Peoria he became acquainted with the few remaining soldiers of the Mexican war and enjoyed their associations. He enlisted for service on the southwestern frontier in the Mexican war as a private in the Fourth Indiana regiment, and in the civil war was a captain in the Ninth battalion.
He is survived by his wife and the following children: Mrs. Arthur Beck, Mrs. Frank Connard, Robert and Fred Bassett, all of Peoria, and Mrs. Belle Roberts, of Minneapolis.
The funeral services were held at two o?clock, Monday afternoon, at 1019 North Madison avenue, in charge of the W.R.C. The interment was made in Springdale cemetery, Peoria.



SOURCES:
1847 - Mexican War Service
Thomas served in the Mexican War. He was a private in Co. K, 4th Regiment Indiana, from 15 May 1847 to 20 Jul 1848.

1850 US Census:
THOMAS W. C. BASSETT, 23, M, Blacksmith, value $150, born IN
Elizabeth, 24, F, IN
James A., 3 mo, M, IN [May 1850]
Ripley Co, Brown Twp, Indiana. Federal Population Schedule, Page: 295. Database: IN 1850 Federal Census Index, taken 19 Aug 1850.
Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: Brown, Ripley, Indiana; Roll: M432_169; Page: 295B; Image: 220.

1865 - Civil War Service
Thomas served in the Civil War as a corporal, Company A, 146th Indiana Infantry.

1870 US Census
Thomas Bassett Age in 1870: 43 Estimated Birth Year: 1826 Birthplace: Indiana Home in 1870: Brown, Ripley, Indiana Race: White Gender: Male Value of real estate: $1400. Blacksmith.
Mary, 27, F, W, born IN
James, 20, M, W, IN, laborer.
Hannah, 18, F, W, IN
Etta, 16, F, W, IN
Arthur, 13, M, W, Iowa
Emma, 10, F, W, IN
Leide, 5, F, W, IN
Martha, 3, F, W, IN
"Infant", 3 mo, F, W, IN (Minnie, born abt 3 May 1870)
Post Office: Milan Roll: M593_355 Page: 52 Image: 104. Taken 3 Aug 1870
Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Brown, Ripley, Indiana; Roll: M593_355; Page: 52A; Image: 107; Family History Library Film: 545854.

1880 US Census:
Thomas BASSETT, 53, Estimated birth year: <1827> Birthplace: Indiana Occupation: Blacksmith, Married White Male, Father's birthplace: KY Mother's birthplace: KY. Blacksmith.
Mary, 36, {1844)
James A,, 30, Son, {1850} step-son to Mary
Arthur, 23, Son, {1857} step-son to Mary
Lide, 16, Dau, Female, White
Martha, 12, Dau, Female, White
Minne, 10, Dau, Female, White
Robert, 8, Son, Male, White
John, 6, Son, Male, White,
Charles, 4, son, Male, White,
Harman, son, 6/12 (Dec 1879)
Image Source: Year: 1880; Census Place: Caesar Creek, Dearborn, Indiana; Roll: T9_272; Family History Film: 1254272; Page: 2C; Enumeration District: 39; Image: 0006. Taken on 4 June 1880

1885:
He was living in Dearborn Co., Indiana in 1885.

1900 US Census
Thomas Bassett, 74, Head, birth: Aug 1825, Birthplace: Indiana. White Male. Married 37 years.Pensioner.
- Mary M.,57, Wife, birth Feb 1843, IN, father KY, mother NY. Had 8 children, 7 living.
- Charles B.,24, Son, May 1876, IN, Single, Day Laborer
Image source: Year: 1900; Census Place: Peoria Ward 5, Peoria, Illinois; Roll: T623 334; Page: 12A; Enumeration District: 107. Taken 12 June 1900. 
Bassett, Pvt. Thomas W. C. (I904)
 
46293 Waco Tribune Herald, Texas, October 5, 1988
Karen (Bass) Ragan

Mrs. Ronnie (Karen) Ragan, 36 died Oct. 4, 1988 in Dallas TX. Services at Wilkirson Hatch chapel, burial in Rosemound Cemetery.

Mrs. Ragan was born in Waco TX on Aug. 13, 1952. Karen graduated from Richfield high school in 1970 and from McLennan Community College in 1972.

On Dec 1, 1972 she married Ronnie Ragan. In 1984 she moved to Mesquite TX and worked as a bookkeeper for Texas Commerce Bank in Garland. She was a member of Brookview United Methodist church.

Survivors: husband, Ronnie Ragan of Mesquite TX; daughter, Leigh Ann Ragan of Mesquite TX; mother, Mrs. Gerald Bass of Waco TX; brother, Keith Grady Bass of Waco TX.
 
Bass, Karen (I55436)
 
46294 Waco Tribune, Texas, 3 Jun 2008
Daisy Hardin Bass

Daisy Hardin Bass, 95, of Meridian, passed away early Monday morning, June 2, 2008, in Meridian Manor nursing facility. Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Wednesday, at the Meridian First United Methodist Church with the Rev. William Sterling, the Rev. Henry Radde, and the Rev. Richard Creech officiating. Visitation will be 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, at Lawson Funeral Home Chapel.

Daisy was born in Mills, Texas, to the late William B. and Maude Polk Hardin and grew up in the Brady area. She was a graduate of Southwest Texas Teachers College in San Marcos. After college she went to work as a home demonstration agent in Alice, where she met Henry T. Bass while he was working with the U.S. Agriculture and Conservation Service. The couple were married on May 27, 1939, in Alice and moved to Meridian in 1946. He continued his work with the U.S. Government and she began a career with the Meridian Independent School District as a homemaking teacher.

She stayed in the Meridian schools for many years, teaching the girls to cook and sew. During this time, she completed her Master's Degree at Baylor University. She was always involved in the community and her church. She was a faithful believer and one did not have to talk about religion ? one just knew it was there.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Henry T. Bass, on Sept. 19, 2005.

Survivors include daughter, Karin Borman-Berg and husband, Joe, of Salado; son, Kent Bass and wife, Janet, of Lewisville; grandchildren, Tiffany McKeever and Jordan Bass; great-grandchildren, Allie and Kate McKeever; and a number of other relatives and many friends.
 
Hardin, Daisy (I60340)
 
46295 Waco Tribune, Texas, August 3, 2007
Della Faye Bass Rivers

Della Faye Bass Rivers, 88, died peacefully Aug. 1, 2007, in Dallas. Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 4, at the Littlepage Funeral Home in Mart, Texas, with burial at Prairie Hill Cemetery. Visitation will take place at 10 a.m. Saturday.

Della was born in the southeast corner of Hill County, Texas. She graduated from high school in Prairie Hill, Texas, and from Brentley Draughan Business College in Fort Worth.

As the wife of a naval officer, Della lived in many communities and was active in church, school, and civic organizations. In Dallas, her membership in St. Mark's Presbyterian Church led her to participate as a Vacation Bible School teacher, librarian, and substitute church secretary and on the Committee on Aging at the Presbytery level. Friends and family members will remember her generosity, gracious hospitality and sense of humor.

She was preceded in death by her beloved husband, William C. Rivers, with whom she shared almost 65 years of marriage.

Survivors include her daughters, Dianne Wells and husband, Robert, of Houston, Claudia Rivers and husband, Doug Reed, of El Paso, and Bettina Jordan and husband, Ron, of Keller; granddaughters, Katherine Wells, Elizabeth Cabral and husband, Matt, all of Houston, and Hillary Jordan, of Keller; step-granddaughter, Shay Jordan, of Plano; great-grandchildren, Claire and William Cabral, of Houston; sister, Anna Jo Hart, of Rosenberg, Texas; goddaughters, Juliette Rutledge and Minnie Cornelius; as well as many nieces, nephews, friends and neighbors.
 
Bass, Della Faye (I39887)
 
46296 Waco Tribune-Herald
June 7, 2006
Dub Bass
June 17, 1933 - June 5, 2006
Dub Bass, 72, of Lacy Lakeview, passed away Monday, June 5, 2006, at his residence. Services will be 3 p.m. Wednesday, June 7, at Bellmead Funeral Home Chapel with the Reverend Helen Brock and the Reverend Cynthia Lee officiating. Burial will be at Waco Memorial Park. Mr. Bass was born June 17, 1933, in Whitesboro, Texas, to Hugh Bradley and Sarah (Mauldin) Bass. He was a service technician for Airfre Filter Service for 18 years until retiring in 1986. He was a long time square dance caller and member of Elm Mott and Lacy Lakeview United Methodist Church. Survivors include his wife, Barbara Bass of Lacy Lakeview; daughters, Sally French and husband, Lanny of Osage, and Tammy Bass of Houston; sons, Brad Bass and wife, Sally of Plainview, and Tommy Bass and wife, Becky of Waco; grandchildren, Lauryn Wiley, Jake French, Lindsay Bass, Levi Bass, Calvin, Meredith and Will Bass; and several nieces and nephews. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Elm Mott or Lacy Lakeview Methodist Church. 
Bass, William Ambrose (Dub) (I48608)
 
46297 Waco Tribune-Herald, October 7, 2020
Tanna Jo Bass
Aug. 28, 1952 ? Oct. 3, 2020

Tanna Jo Bass, 68, of Waco, passed away peacefully Saturday, October 3, 2020, with her family by her side. Graveside services will be 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, October 7, at Killeen City Cemetery, 2408 E Rancier Ave, Killeen, TX.

Online guestbook www.pecangrovefuneral.com.
 
Tanna Jo (I47441)
 
46298 Waco Tribune-Herald, Texas, April 29, 2021
Retha Bass
Aug. 10, 1933 ? April 24, 2021

Retha J. Bass passed away Saturday, April 24, 2021. A Graveside Service will be 10:30 a.m., Saturday, May 1, at Coolidge Cemetery with Chaplain Curtis Holland officiating. Burial will follow. Visitation will be 6 to 8 p.m., Friday, April 30, at Wilkirson-Hatch-Bailey Funeral Home.

Retha was born August 10, 1933, in Coolidge, Texas, to W.H. "Will" and Sarah Furlow. Retha graduated salutatorian from Coolidge High School. She then attended Baylor Nursing School at Hillcrest Hospital where she earned a degree as a surgical technician. She later joined the Air Force and served with the medical group at James Connally AFB in Waco.

While at James Connally she met and married Charles, her husband of 67 years. After Charles' retirement from the Air Force, they returned to Waco. She worked in various nursing capacities throughout her life. The last position she held was that of a surgical R.N. at Hillcrest Hospital in Waco for over 30 years.

She was preceded in death by her parents; a brother, W.F. Furlow; and a sister, Martha Mueck.

She is survived by her husband, Charles E. Bass; sons, John R. Bass and wife, Sydna, Charles E. Bass, Jr., and wife, Sandra, and Keith H. Bass and wife, Susan; and a daughter, Rebecca; four granddaughters, Carey Powell and her husband, Brandon, Sara Lichty and her husband, Erik, Graysen Bass and Barrett Bass; and four great-grandsons, Hunter Powell, Hudson Powell, Mason Lichty and Lane Lichty.

Charles and Retha also "adopted" 18 Baylor students, providing a home away from home during their time attending the university in Waco.

Retha loved to travel and spend time with her family. She was also an avid bridge player.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Woodway First Baptist Church.

The family invites you to leave a message or memory on our "Tribute Wall" at www.WHBfamily.com.

 
Furlow, Retha (I54540)
 
46299 Waco Tribune-Herald, Texas, August 14, 2022
Mary Sue Bass
Dec. 15, 1922 ? Aug. 10, 2022

On August 10, 2022, surrounded by loved ones, Mary Sue Bass went to join her devoted family and friends in their heavenly home. A visitation with the family will be 5-7 pm, Tuesday, August 16, 2022 at Grace Gardens Funeral Home. A private graveside service will be at Post Oak Cemetery in Oglesby.

Mary Sue was born on December 15, 1922, to Thomas and Virginia Davis in Hico, Texas. Shortly after graduating from Crawford High School in 1940, she began training to become a licensed cosmetologist. She began her first job in Calvert, Texas on December 7, 1941. With the outbreak of World War II, she worked for a time as government teletypist in Ft. Worth before moving to El Paso to live with her sister and help with raising her three nephews. Following the war, she returned to McGregor where she worked for various beauty salons before opening her own salon where she worked for the next 54 years. On November 10, 1947, she married Cohen Bass. Their marriage endured for 67 years until his death in 2014. They were blessed with two children, a son Jeff and a daughter Katherine. In later years, she doted on her grandchildren, Thomas and Megan Bass and Elizabeth and Philip Johnston. More recently, she had the thrill of enjoying time with her three great grandchildren, Andrew Smid and Barrett (Bear) and Sebastian Breeland. Despite work and a full family life, Mary Sue found time to work with various community groups ranging from to the Red Hat Society and the McGregor Gardening Club and a weekly coffee group.

Mary Sue is survived by her son Jeff and wife Margery of Woodway and her daughter Katherine Johnston and husband Mike of Ft. Worth, her grandchildren and great grandchildren, a niece Peggy Petrie and husband Pete of Boerne, nephew Tommy Wheeler and wife Bettye of Clifton, and nephew Dale Davis of Seattle, Washington. Following a private graveside service Mary Sue will be interred next to her husband, Cohen, in Post Oak Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Bennett-Cook Emergency Fund at Dallas Baptist University, 3000 Mountain Creek Parkway, Dallas, TX 75211.

 
Davis, Mary Sue (I164)
 
46300 Waco Tribune-Herald, Texas, Monday, October 29, 2007
Reverend Kenneth Edward Bass
April 11, 1924 - October 27, 2007

Rev. Kenneth Edward Bass peacefully passed away Oct. 27, 2007, from kidney failure at his home. Funeral service will be 2 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 30, at the Griffin-Roughton Funeral Home Chapel with Nancy Schuler officiating and burial in Rosehill Cemetery. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, October 29, at the Griffin-Roughton Funeral Home.

He was born April 11, 1924, in DeLeon, Texas, to Charles Edward Bass and Sallie Catherine Collins Bass. Ken was a veteran of World War II, where he served as a medic in the Army and was captured during the Battle of the Bulge. He was held as a prisoner of war until he was liberated by the Russians in April 1945. He was honorably discharged Dec. 3, 1945.

Ken graduated from Southwestern University at Georgetown with degrees in sociology and psychology. He earned a Masters of Theology from Perkins School of Theology. He served as a Methodist minister in many communities throughout the Central Texas Conference until he retired in 1989. Ken married Alice Fern Grounds at Dresden, May 14, 1955. He was proud to be a 32-degree Mason and a 50 year member of the Lions Club. He was also a member of Eastern Star.

He was preceded in death by his parents; his brother, Charles Elmer Bass; and two grandchildren, Brian and Brianna Bass.

He is survived by his wife, Alice Bass of Corsicana; sons, Kenneth P. Bass and his wife, Belinda of Waco, Conway Bass and his wife, Peggy of Irving, and Robert Bass and his wife, Beverly of Fort Worth; grandchildren, Keith, Shannon and Samantha Bass, and Collin and Casey Bass; and great-grandchildren, Brittney and Bransen Bass.

An online guest book is available at www.griffin-roughton.com by selecting Reverent Kenneth Bass obituary.

Griffin-Roughton Funeral Home, Corsicana.
 
Bass, Kenneth Edward (I60263)
 

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