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46301 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I7763)
 
46302 Wife of 3B3656B461, James Wheeler Bassett. Dempski, Phyllis Marie (I7775)
 
46303 Wife of 3B3657. John Bassett. He married Sally about 1810. She was born in 1791. She died in 1873, aged 81 years, 9 months, 13 days. They are both buried in the village of Gravesville, section 2H, town of Russia, Herkimer County, New York. Death dates are from their cemetery stones. Sally (I7153)
 
46304 Wife of 3B36571. Elisha S. Bassett. He married Eliza Polley, daughter of William and Elizabeth (Smith) Polly, about 1833. She was born in 1817. She died in 1881. Polley, Eliza (I7894)
 
46305 Wife of 3B365711. George Bassett. He married Mary Lane. She was born in 1849. She died in 1921. Mary was buried on 6 Apr 1921. Lane, Mary (I7903)
 
46306 Wife of 3B3657111. George A. Bassett. He married Jessie Bell Harvey, daughter of William and Amney (Bishop) Harvey, on 19 Sep 1889 in Herkimer,New York. The marriage was performed by Rev. J.D. Corby and was recorded in the Herkimer Democrat on 25 Sep 1889.

See notes for George A. Bassett for more information on Jessie after George died. 
Harvey, Jessie Bell (I8240)
 
46307 Wife of 3B36571111. James Corby Bassett. He married Margaret Ann McLean, daughter of Donal and Emma (Zimmerman) McLean, on 21 Oct 1916 in Woodstock, Ontario. She was born on Thursday, 10 Dec 1891 as recorded in the McLean Family Bible. She died in 1974. McLean, Margaret Ann (I8840)
 
46308 Wife of 3B3657111123. John Douglas Galbraith. He married Theresa Susan Hood, daughter of John and Arlene (Dorscht) Hood, on 6 May 1978 in Waterloo, Ontario. Hood, Theresa Susan (I341)
 
46309 Wife of 3B365711113. James McLean Bassett. He married Norma May Landeg, daughter of William Francis Landeg, on 2 Jun 1954 in Hamilton, Ontario. Landeg, Norma May (I502)
 
46310 Wife of 3B3657111132. Richard James Bassett. He married Amanda Storey, daughter of John and Jennifer Storey, on 16 Nov 1996 in London, England. The marriage took place at Grosvenor Chapel, South Audley Street, Mayfair at 3:00 pm on Saturday, November 16, 1996. The reception was held afterwards at the Naval & Military Club, Piccadilly, in London, England. Storey, Amanda (I307)
 
46311 Wife of 3B36571112. Harvey Ray Bassett. He married Tena Beryl Whaley, daughter of Herbert and Ella (Morrow) Whaley, on 25 Apr 1923 in Toronto, Ontario. She was born in 1900. She died in 1984. She was a Canadian, born in Barre, Ontario, and grew to adulthood in Toronto. Whaley, Tena Beryl (I8846)
 
46312 Wife of 3B3657112. R. Earl Bassett. He married Mattie Harvey, daughter of William and Amney (Bishop) Harvey, about 1886. Mattie was born in 1870. She died in 1962. Both are buried in the Bassett plot in Oak Hill Cemetery in Herkimer, New York.

Mattie's first husband died shortly after her marriage. She then married Earl (Jack) Bassett. Her sister Jessie married Jack's brother George. After Jack died, Mattie later married her landlord, late in life,
Reuben Sparbier after his wife passed away. She lived in Herkimer, New York. The photograph taken in 1930 of the Harvey family reunion was taken at Mattie's house. It was taken by Harvey Raymond Bassett, who was a photographer with the Associated Screen News Agency in Montreal. Mattie and Grandma Harvey (Amney Bishop) lived in this house together as widows.

See notes for George A. Bassett for more information on Mattie. 
Harvey, Mattie (I8246)
 
46313 Wife of B325437F261, Rick Clay Nield. Stubbs, Lynne (I4864)
 
46314 Wife of B325437F262, Max Sidney Nield. Taylor, Vicky Lynn (I4868)
 
46315 Wife of Charles A. Bassett. From Cemetery inscriptions in Cairo, New York :
Charles A. Bassett, b. 1865, d. 1938
Elizabeth W. Attwood, his wife, b. 1862, d. 1931 
Attwood, Elizabeth W. (I7249)
 
46316 Wife of Earle Ross Bassett: 3B363B321. Earle Ross Bassett - born 2 Nov 1936 in Brooklyn, New York, married Karen Ann Childers on 18 May 1968. They were divorced in Sep 1989. Childers, Karen Ann (I7276)
 
46317 Wife of John A Goff. Miracle, Minerva (I3092)
 
46318 Wife of Louis Richard Reed. He married Patricia Kopriva. Kopvira, Patricia (I487)
 
46319 Wife of [3B32321] David Bassett. He married Mary Rhoades, daughter of John and Sarah Green Rhoades, in March of 1804 in Milford, Connecticut. She died 21 Dec 1851.

MARR. & DEATH: Susan Woodruff Abbott, comp., FAMILIES OF EARLY MILFORD, CONN., Baltimore, MD: Gen., Pub. Co., Inc., 1979 (FHL US/CAN 974.67/M2 D2a), p.66: "David Bassett married March 1804 Mary Rhodes who died 21 Dec 1851 dau of John and Esther." 
Rhoades, Mary (I685)
 
46320 Wife of [3B331] Azariah Canfield (1720). Hine, Mary (I6489)
 
46321 Wife of [3B333] Oliver Canfield.

MARRIAGE: iii. OLIVER, b. 5 Dec. 1729; bapt. 7 Dec. 1729; m. 6 Mar. 1755, Tabitha Roberts. [Source: Nathan Grier Parke II, THE ANCESTRY OF LORENZO ACKLEY & HIS WIFE, EMMA ARABELLA BOSWORTH, Donald Lines Jacobus, ed. (Woodstock, Vermont, 1960), p. 242: (FHL Film # 1015822 item 9)] 
Roberts, Tabitha (I6491)
 
46322 Wife of [3B334] Israel Canfield

MARRIAGE: iv. ISRAEL, b. 13 Mar. 1733; bapt. 18 Mar. 1732/3; m. at New Milford, 6 Apr. 1758, Mary Sackett; removed about 1775 to Arlington, Vt. [Source: Nathan Grier Parke II, THE ANCESTRY OF LORENZO ACKLEY & HIS WIFE, EMMA ARABELLA BOSWORTH, Donald Lines Jacobus, ed. (Woodstock, Vermont, 1960), p. 242: (FHL Film # 1015822 item 9)] 
Sackett, Mary (I6492)
 
46323 Wife of [3B365] Henry Bassett (1744) Percy, Mary (I440)
 
46324 Wife of [3B36] Thomas Bassett.

MARRIAGE: From: Nathan Grier Parke II, THE ANCESTRY OF LORENZO ACKLEY & HIS WIFE, EMMA ARABELLA BOSWORTH, Donald Lines Jacobus, ed. (Woodstock, Vermont, 1960), p. 246: (FHL Film # 1015822 item 9): "Thomas, b. [say 1700]; res. Derby and Newtown, Conn.; m. at Derby, Conn., 24 Aug. 1727, Sarah Pierson, b. at Derby, 19 Aug. 1709, dau. of Abraham and Sarah (------) Pierson."

MARRIAGE: From BARBOUR COLLECTION OF CONNECTICUT VITAL RECORDS, FHL Film # 2892: "Bassit, Thomas; m. Sarah Peirson, Aug. 24, 1727. [The nams is indeed spelled Peirson on this entry.] Derby Vital Records, Vol. LR3, Page 10. 
Pierson, Sarah (I412)
 
46325 Wife of: 3B323612. Edward A. Bromley; Information from new.FamilySearch.com 23 Nov 2010 Benedict, Elizabeth (I7003)
 
46326 Wife of: 3B3236122. Edward Agustus Bromley; Information from new.FamilySearch.com 23 Nov 2010 Waldron, Georgiana St. John (I7011)
 
46327 Wife of: 3B3236123. Levi Ives Bromley; Information from new.FamilySearch.com 23 Nov 2010 Favan, Emily (I7012)
 
46328 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I61442)
 
46329 Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lucinda Bassett, Nov 2008


Lucinda Reddick Bassett is a former agoraphobic who founded the Midwest Center for Stress and Anxiety headquartered in Oak Harbor, Ohio in 1984. She is the creator of “Attacking Anxiety and Depression”, which is a 15-week home study course about recovery from anxiety disorders such as agoraphobia and panic attacks. Bassett’s flagship infomercial has been running on late-night television for over a decade. Bassett had appeared on many national talk shows, including the Oprah Winfrey Show, The View, the Montel William Show and Hour of Power. In addition, her work has been featured in several magazine publications, including Family Circle, Reader’s Digest, and The Journal 
Reddick, Lucinda (I274)
 
46330 Wilbur Fisk Bassett
1829 - 1901
The subject of this sketch, father of H.S. Bassett, was born in Washington, Connecticut, October 24, 1829; died at the home of his son at Wilbur, Washington, February 4th, 1901, in his 72nd year. He and two sisters were left orphans when he reached the age of 13 years. He received a good common school education and then learned the carpenter and joiners' trade, after which he served an apprenticeship of three years at ship carpentering. Being possessed of the natural American instinct for pioneering, he turned his face to the Pacific early in life, having traversed the continent twice by water, around Cape Horn and three times via Isthmus of Panama by boat and by rail. Much of his life in the west was devoted to mining and he ammassed a total, at different times, of $10,000 to $12,000, but it was all dissipated in a continued search for the hidden treasure. After several years of western life he determined to settle down to the quiet life of the older states, and in pursuance of that resolve, returned to Washington City, where an uncle, then in Congress, promised to obtain for him, a goverment situation. On December 31st, 1867, he married Adelia Lenora Lewis, bought a farm eight miles from Washington City in Fairfax county, Virginia and there he sojourned one year, but the appointment failing him, he once more became restless with the western fever, and came to Portland, Oregon, where he worked at his trade during the summer. He then returned to his Virginia home, sold his farm and brought his family to the Pacific coast. He soon drifted north to Spokane, which was then little more than an Indian village. There, in the employ of Downing and Scranton, he "framed" the timbers for the first sawmill built at the Falls. Early in the spring of 1871 he located a claim on land midway between Medical Lake and Cheney in what was then known as the "Four Lakes" country. To three of these lakes, Mr. Bassett gave the names of Granite, Silver and Clear Lakes.
In those pioneer days, all who lived within fifteen miles were near neighbors, and Walla Walla, over 100 miles away, was the base of supplies. There he lived until 1887, and during the time of his residence on the farm, the Northern Pacific Railway was built, passing only four and one-half miles away, and he saw settlements spring up as if by magic.
After the death of his wife in 1887, he sold his farm and taking his daughter, Bertha, then a little girl, he went to Grangeville, Idaho, and from that time on, the greater part of his life was spent in the mountains of Idaho, where he lived the life of a prospector, though his relatives believe that during his latter years he sojourned among the mountains more to be nearer the heart of nature than for any hope of uncovering Earth's riches. This love of nature's dwelling places is set forth in the following verses, selected from many which he penned during the days of his solitary life:

I love the woods, the shady wood,
Where nature in her moods,
Takes me within her sympathy,
And shares with me her goods.

The pheasant, grouse and mountain trout,
She spares me for my fare - -
The fragrance of the evergreen
With balmy mountain air.

When troubles vex and cares abound,
And when my soul needs rest,
I know the mountain air, for me,
Is ever yet the best.

With water pure, from mountain snows
To quench my parching thirst - -
With living green, the landscape o'er,
Upon my sigh doth burst.

With all these objects in my view,
Companions while awake,
My thoughts, they drift from worldly cares,
And other courses take.

And if a Paradise on Earth,
Dame Nature makes for man,
I know of none that will compare
With this in life's short span.

With every year, as years repeat,
These longings come again,
To go within the mountain range -
To leave the sunburnt plain.

Birds, in their wisdom, every spring,
Flee from the frost and snow,
To lands of the incoming spring;
Why should not mortals go?

Many are the interesting and thrilling tales he could relate, of his experiences in the wilds of Montana and Idaho. Early in the winter he began a series of articles in a reminiscent strain, which grew more interesting from week to week, but which were cut short by the old prospector's illness.
Mr. Bassett led an industrious, blameless life, and a host of old friends in western Spokane county will be filled with sorrow by news of his death. Mother Earth has been his closest friend and she, at last, affords him his first and only perfect rest.
Surviving him are one son and two daughters, Herman S. Bassett and Bertha R. Bassett, Wilbur, Washington; and Mrs. James O. Taylor (Jennie Josephine), Tacoma, Washington.
Reprint from the Wilbur Register of an early February date in 1901.

1880 Federal Census of District 1, Spokane County, Washington
Wilber Bassette - 50 - M - CT-CT-CT - Head - Farmer
Adelia - 28 - F - CT-CT-CT - Wife - House Keeper
Herman S. - 10 - M - VA-CT-CT - Son - At Home
Wesley - 6 - M - WT-CT-CT - Son - At Home
Jennie J. - 4 - F - WT-CT-CT - Daughter - At Home
Ida M. - 1 - F - WT-CT-CT - Daughter - At Home
(WT - Washington Territory) 
Bassett, Wilber Fisk (I1363)
 
46331 Wilbur Fisk Bassett
1829 - 1901
The subject of this sketch, father of H.S. Bassett, was born in Washington, Connecticut, October 24, 1829; died at the home of his son at Wilbur, Washington, February 4th, 1901, in his 72nd year. He and two sisters were left orphans when he reached the age of 13 years. He received a good common school education and then learned the carpenter and joiners' trade, after which he served an apprenticeship of three years at ship carpentering. Being possessed of the natural American instinct for pioneering, he turned his face to the Pacific early in life, having traversed the continent twice by water, around Cape Horn and three times via Isthmus of Panama by boat and by rail. Much of his life in the west was devoted to mining and he ammassed a total, at different times, of $10,000 to $12,000, but it was all dissipated in a continued search for the hidden treasure. After several years of western life he determined to settle down to the quiet life of the older states, and in pursuance of that resolve, returned to Washington City, where an uncle, then in Congress, promised to obtain for him, a goverment situation. On December 31st, 1867, he married Adelia Lenora Lewis, bought a farm eight miles from Washington City in Fairfax county, Virginia and there he sojourned one year, but the appointment failing him, he once more became restless with the western fever, and came to Portland, Oregon, where he worked at his trade during the summer. He then returned to his Virginia home, sold his farm and brought his family to the Pacific coast. He soon drifted north to Spokane, which was then little more than an Indian village. There, in the employ of Downing and Scranton, he "framed" the timbers for the first sawmill built at the Falls. Early in the spring of 1871 he located a claim on land midway between Medical Lake and Cheney in what was then known as the "Four Lakes" country. To three of these lakes, Mr. Bassett gave the names of Granite, Silver and Clear Lakes.
In those pioneer days, all who lived within fifteen miles were near neighbors, and Walla Walla, over 100 miles away, was the base of supplies. There he lived until 1887, and during the time of his residence on the farm, the Northern Pacific Railway was built, passing only four and one-half miles away, and he saw settlements spring up as if by magic.
After the death of his wife in 1887, he sold his farm and taking his daughter, Bertha, then a little girl, he went to Grangeville, Idaho, and from that time on, the greater part of his life was spent in the mountains of Idaho, where he lived the life of a prospector, though his relatives believe that during his latter years he sojourned among the mountains more to be nearer the heart of nature than for any hope of uncovering Earth's riches. This love of nature's dwelling places is set forth in the following verses, selected from many which he penned during the days of his solitary life:
Many are the interesting and thrilling tales he could relate, of his experiences in the wilds of Montana and Idaho. Early in the winter he began a series of articles in a reminiscent strain, which grew more interesting from week to week, but which were cut short by the old prospector's illness.
Mr. Bassett led an industrious, blameless life, and a host of old friends in western Spokane county will be filled with sorrow by news of his death. Mother Earth has been his closest friend and she, at last, affords him his first and only perfect rest.
Surviving him are one son and two daughters, Herman S. Bassett and Bertha R. Bassett, Wilbur, Washington; and Mrs. James O. Taylor (Jennie Josephine), Tacoma, Washington.
Reprint from the Wilbur Register of an early February date in 1901.

1870 Federal Census of Falls Church, Fairfax County, Virginia (29 Jun 1870)
Adelia L. Bassett - 18 - F - Connecticut - Keeping House --- 100
Herman S. - 8/12 - M - Virginia - At Home (born October) --- 30

1880 Federal Census of District 1, Spokane County, Washington
Wilber Bassette - 50 - M - CT-CT-CT - Head - Farmer
Adelia - 28 - F - CT-CT-CT - Wife - House Keeper
Herman S. - 10 - M - VA-CT-CT - Son - At Home
Wesley - 6 - M - WT-CT-CT - Son - At Home
Jennie J. - 4 - F - WT-CT-CT - Daughter - At Home
Ida M. - 1 - F - WT-CT-CT - Daughter - At Home
(WT - Washington Territory) 
Lewis, Adelia Lenora (I1366)
 
46332 Wiley Funeral Home & Cremation Service
Joe Franklin Bass (Picture included)
Septmeber 20, 1935 ? April 7, 2019

Joe Franklin Bass, 86, of Lipan, passed away on Sunday, April 7, 2019. Service: 10:00 AM, Thursday, April 11, 2019, First Baptist Church, Lipan, Interment: Evergreen Cemetery, Lipan, Visitation; 6:00 PM -8:00 PM, Wednesday, April 10, 2019, First Baptist Church, Lipan.

Joe was born on September 20, 1932 in Ivan, Louisiana to James and Hattie Bass. He proudly served in the United States Army during the Korean War. He married Barbara Arthur on November 7, 1953 in Palo Pinto County, Texas. He played Bluegrass, Country, and Gospel music and was the lead singer for The Double Mountain Boys since their beginning in 1960. They played all over Texas including the first Mayfest in Fort Worth and made many friends along the way.

He loved watching the Lipan Indians and the Lady Indians play basketball and he especially loved his family. He was a member of Lipan First Baptist Church. He was preceded in death by his parents, four brothers and four sisters.

Joe is survived by his wife: Barbara Bass, children: Jo Ann Tarpley and husband Dwayne, David Bass and wife Shawnee, Jimmy Bass and wife Sharon, Danny Bass, and Karen Tuggle, seven grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren, one great-great-grandchild, numerous nieces, nephews, and extended family and friends.

 
Bass, Joe Franklin (I59200)
 
46333 Wilfred Bassett was a watchmaker. Wilfred and Brega Bassett lived in York, Bromley and Bath, England. They later moved to 26 Jones Street, Royton, Oldham, England.

Wilfred Bassett had an "Uncle Joe" who lived in Dagenham and worked in the Fire Brigade. 
Bassett, Wilfred Thomas (I19)
 
46334 Wilfred Bassett was a watchmaker. Wilfred and Brega Bassett lived in York, Bromley and Bath, England. They later moved to 26 Jones Street, Royton, Oldham, England. Donaghue, Bridget (Brega) Mary (I20)
 
46335 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2987)
 
46336 Wilhelmina was 93 years of age when she died. Randall, Wilhelmina (I06321)
 
46337 Wilkie was 1 year of age when he died. Swift, Wilkie (I14283)
 
46338 Wilkinson Funeral Home
Samuel Mark “Sam” Bass
November 20, 1961 - February 16, 2019
Motorsports artist and designer Samuel Mark “Sam” Bass, 57, died on the morning of Saturday, February 16, 2019, after a long illness. Sam’s love of stock car racing was born when the six-year-old met NASCAR legend Bobby Allison at Virginia’s Southside Speedway and joined the popular driver’s fan club. From that moment, the Hopewell, Virginia, second-grader dreamed of combining his love of stock car racing with his natural talent for illustration. Sam is survived by his wife Denise W. Bass; daughter Kendyl Madison Bass; son Samuel Mark Bass Jr.; mother Peggy A. Bass of Concord, North Carolina; father David H. Bass of Colonial Heights, Virginia; and brother Richard A. Bass. In addition to numerous relatives and close personal friends, Sam had many fans worldwide. Sam was also an accomplished and passionate musician. A service to celebrate his life will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, February 21 at Rocky Ridge United Methodist Church in Concord. The family will greet friends following the service in the fellowship hall until 1:30 p.m. A private burial will be held for the family. The family has asked that in lieu of flowers donations be made to Rocky Ridge United Methodist Church, 1428 Old Charlotte Road SW, Concord, North Carolina 28027; Motor Racing Outreach (MRO), 5555 Concord Parkway South, Suite 405, Concord, North Carolina 28027; and the Flood Sisters Kidney Foundation, P.O. Box 394, Chappaqua, New York 10514. 
Bass, Samuel Mark (Sam) Sr. (I41707)
 
46339 Will & Schwarzkoff Funeral Home
Harry Bassett
March 14, 1926 ? May 21, 2013

Mr. Harry Bassett, age 87 of Macomb Township, passed away Tuesday at McLaren-Macomb Hospital in Mount Clemens.
He was born on March 14, 1926 in Detroit, Michigan, a son of the late Henry Edward and Florence Bassett. On October 4, 1947, Harry was united in marriage with Shirley Fuhrman at Trinity Lutheran Church in Utica.
Harry was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church in Clinton Township and the American Legion Post No. 4. He served in the United States Army during World War II. Harry worked for Upton Industries in industrial heat treating.
Mr. Bassett is survived by his wife of 65 years, Shirley, and three daughters, Cheryl (Frank) Siu, Linda (Russell) Nieman, and Wendy (Timothy) Dornan; seven grandchildren, Rebecca Siu, Bonnie Milton, Laura (Michael) Groeller, Paul Nieman, Joseph Nieman, Kevin (Sarah) Dornan, and Kerry Black; eight great grandchildren; six siblings, Randall Bassett, Alvin Bassett, Ivan (Elizabeth) Bassett, Gladys Bassett, and Virginia (George) Carpenter. Harry was predeceased by four siblings, Marjorie Schenck, Leslie Bassett, Dorothy Rosso, and June Strevel.
Funeral service will be held on Friday, May 24, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. at Will and Schwarzkoff Funeral Home, 233 Northbound Gratiot Avenue, Mount Clemens with Reverend Thees Hoft, Pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church officiating. Burial with full military honors will follow at Clinton Grove Memorial Park Cemetery in Clinton Township.
Visiting hours are on Thursday from 2:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

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Bassett, Harry A. (I225)
 
46340 Will and Loulie Asbury did not have any children. Hill, Loulie Craghead (I1643)
 
46341 Will and Loulie Asbury did not have any children. Asbury, Will (I1660)
 
46342 Will Book 4, Chesterfield County, Virginia, pages 502-503
In the name of God amen by Henry Bass being of perfect health and mind and memory and knowing that it is appointed for men once to die do make this my last will and testament ~
Item I give to my son Henry Bass 40 pounds in the lew of land with his other Brothers as which I shall mention as follows
Item I give unto my son Arthur 125 acres of land as which he is now making of a plantation
Item I give unto my son Alexander Bass my old plantation 150 acres ~
Item I give it to my son William Bass 125 acres of land where Thomas Moody lived on that side of the Road
Item My will is that these children that had nothing they to be made equal Henry Bass has 40 weight of feathers and Arthur Bass a cow an calf Mary Temple has feathers for a bed
Item the remainder part of my whole estate to be Equally divided between my children as follows Henry Bass, Arthur Bass, Alexander Bass, William Bass, Tabitha Bass, Mary Temple, Roda Bass, I also appoint my two sons Henry Bass and Arthur Bass my hole and sole executors to this my last will and testament
Henry Bass (seal)
signed and sealed in the presence of us
Haley Tolbert
William Coke
William Tolbert
 
Bass, Henry (I34861)
 
46343 Will of Abner Bassett, dated 24 Jul 1822, Probated 5 Aug 1822.
To me beloved wife Susannah Bassett I leave all of the estate I may die possessed of both real and personal during her widowhood. Recommending to her at any time she may have anything to spare from the increase of my said estate to call on my executors herein after named who will have the said surplus of property valued and delivered so as to ____ and equal distribution among our children herein after named and as soon as convenient after the marriage or death of my wife Susannah Bassett, it is my will and desire that all my estate both real and personal with its increase shall be divided between my following children. As follows to Wit: To my son Nathaniel Bassett I give and bequeth one share, to my grandchildren the children of my son Abner I give one share, I give one share to my son William Bassett, I give one share to my son Burwell. To my grandchildren the children of my daughter Polly Myers I give and bequeth one share, to my daughter Betsey I give one share, to my daughter Nancy I give one share. To my son Thomas I give one share, to my daughter Eliza I give one share and $100.00 dollars. To my daughter Susannah I give one share, to my daughter Sally I give one share, to my daughter Agnes I give one share. To them and their heirs forever and lastly I constitute and appoint my first son named Nathaniel Bassett and my son William Bassett and my friend John Pinkston and James W. Johnson executor to this my last will and testament _______ All other, given under my hand this 24th day of July, 1822.
Signed
Abner Bassett (His Seal)
Witness:
Joseph Thompson
F. Thompson 
Bassett, Abner Jr. (I125)
 
46344 Will of Abner Bassett, dated 24 Jul 1822, Probated 5 Aug 1822.
To me beloved wife Susannah Bassett I leave all of the estate I may die possessed of both real and personal during her widowhood. Recommending to her at any time she may have anything to spare from the increase of my said estate to call on my executors herein after named who will have the said surplus of property valued and delivered so as to ____ and equal distribution among our children herein after named and as soon as convenient after the marriage or death of my wife Susannah Bassett, it is my will and desire that all my estate both real and personal with its increase shall be divided between my following children. As follows to Wit: To my son Nathaniel Bassett I give and bequeth one share, to my grandchildren the children of my son Abner I give one share, I give one share to my son William Bassett, I give one share to my son Burwell. To my grandchildren the children of my daughter Polly Myers I give and bequeth one share, to my daughter Betsey I give one share, to my daughter Nancy I give one share. To my son Thomas I give one share, to my daughter Eliza I give one share and $100.00 dollars. To my daughter Susannah I give one share, to my daughter Sally I give one share, to my daughter Agnes I give one share. To them and their heirs forever and lastly I constitute and appoint my first son named Nathaniel Bassett and my son William Bassett and my friend John Pinkston and James W. Johnson executor to this my last will and testament _______ All other, given under my hand this 24th day of July, 1822.
Signed
Abner Bassett (His Seal)
Witness:
Joseph Thompson
F. Thompson 
Bassett, William (I126)
 
46345 Will of Abner Bassett, dated 24 Jul 1822, Probated 5 Aug 1822.
To me beloved wife Susannah Bassett I leave all of the estate I may die possessed of both real and personal during her widowhood. Recommending to her at any time she may have anything to spare from the increase of my said estate to call on my executors herein after named who will have the said surplus of property valued and delivered so as to ____ and equal distribution among our children herein after named and as soon as convenient after the marriage or death of my wife Susannah Bassett, it is my will and desire that all my estate both real and personal with its increase shall be divided between my following children. As follows to Wit: To my son Nathaniel Bassett I give and bequeth one share, to my grandchildren the children of my son Abner I give one share, I give one share to my son William Bassett, I give one share to my son Burwell. To my grandchildren the children of my daughter Polly Myers I give and bequeth one share, to my daughter Betsey I give one share, to my daughter Nancy I give one share. To my son Thomas I give one share, to my daughter Eliza I give one share and $100.00 dollars. To my daughter Susannah I give one share, to my daughter Sally I give one share, to my daughter Agnes I give one share. To them and their heirs forever and lastly I constitute and appoint my first son named Nathaniel Bassett and my son William Bassett and my friend John Pinkston and James W. Johnson executor to this my last will and testament _______ All other, given under my hand this 24th day of July, 1822.
Signed
Abner Bassett (His Seal)
Witness:
Joseph Thompson
F. Thompson 
Bassett, Nancy (I130)
 
46346 Will of Abner Bassett, dated 24 Jul 1822, Probated 5 Aug 1822.
To me beloved wife Susannah Bassett I leave all of the estate I may die possessed of both real and personal during her widowhood. Recommending to her at any time she may have anything to spare from the increase of my said estate to call on my executors herein after named who will have the said surplus of property valued and delivered so as to ____ and equal distribution among our children herein after named and as soon as convenient after the marriage or death of my wife Susannah Bassett, it is my will and desire that all my estate both real and personal with its increase shall be divided between my following children. As follows to Wit: To my son Nathaniel Bassett I give and bequeth one share, to my grandchildren the children of my son Abner I give one share, I give one share to my son William Bassett, I give one share to my son Burwell. To my grandchildren the children of my daughter Polly Myers I give and bequeth one share, to my daughter Betsey I give one share, to my daughter Nancy I give one share. To my son Thomas I give one share, to my daughter Eliza I give one share and $100.00 dollars. To my daughter Susannah I give one share, to my daughter Sally I give one share, to my daughter Agnes I give one share. To them and their heirs forever and lastly I constitute and appoint my first son named Nathaniel Bassett and my son William Bassett and my friend John Pinkston and James W. Johnson executor to this my last will and testament _______ All other, given under my hand this 24th day of July, 1822.
Signed
Abner Bassett (His Seal)
Witness:
Joseph Thompson
F. Thompson 
Bassett, Susan Ann (I132)
 
46347 Will of Abner Bassett, dated 24 Jul 1822, Probated 5 Aug 1822.
To me beloved wife Susannah Bassett I leave all of the estate I may die possessed of both real and personal during her widowhood. Recommending to her at any time she may have anything to spare from the increase of my said estate to call on my executors herein after named who will have the said surplus of property valued and delivered so as to ____ and equal distribution among our children herein after named and as soon as convenient after the marriage or death of my wife Susannah Bassett, it is my will and desire that all my estate both real and personal with its increase shall be divided between my following children. As follows to Wit: To my son Nathaniel Bassett I give and bequeth one share, to my grandchildren the children of my son Abner I give one share, I give one share to my son William Bassett, I give one share to my son Burwell. To my grandchildren the children of my daughter Polly Myers I give and bequeth one share, to my daughter Betsey I give one share, to my daughter Nancy I give one share. To my son Thomas I give one share, to my daughter Eliza I give one share and $100.00 dollars. To my daughter Susannah I give one share, to my daughter Sally I give one share, to my daughter Agnes I give one share. To them and their heirs forever and lastly I constitute and appoint my first son named Nathaniel Bassett and my son William Bassett and my friend John Pinkston and James W. Johnson executor to this my last will and testament _______ All other, given under my hand this 24th day of July, 1822.
Signed
Abner Bassett (His Seal)
Witness:
Joseph Thompson
F. Thompson 
Bassett, Sally (I133)
 
46348 Will of Andrew Bass

In the name of God amen I Andrew Bass of the state of North Carolina and Sampson county being sick and weak of body but of a sound and perfect mind and memory praise be therefore given to Almighty God for the same therefore calling unto mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die do you make and ordain this my last will and testament in manet and form following that is to say First and premise fully I recommend my soul into the hands of the Almighty God that give it Hoping through the merits death and (pation?- passion) of my blessed Lord and Savior Jesus Christ to have Full and free pardon for all my sins and my body committed to the earth to be decently buried at the discretion of my executors hereafter named and what worldly goods and estates it hath pleased God to bestow upon me here in this life I give and devise as follows, First I will that my just debts be paid, discharged, (lines with damaged words ?debts? and ?funeral? visible).
Item - the Remainder of My Estate I give and to My honoured and we?ll beloved Mother Elisabeth Bass for her proper use -
My will and desire is that William Bass and Burrell Bass should be my Executors this 18th Day of August in the year of our Lord 1786 -
Andrew Bass (seal)
Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of Us
James Hartty (?) (clerk's copy has James Mobley but in original does not look like other M's)
Lewis Bass his x
Ann Bass her x
Sampson County, November Term, 1786.
Proved in open court and ordered to be Registered
C Troy CSC
 
Bass, Andrew (I35044)
 
46349 WILL OF BURWELL BASSETT
Page 56
6/14/1842
In the name of God - Amen.
I, Burwell Bassett of the county of Hawkins and State of Tennessee being weak in body but sound and disposing mind and memory bringing to mind mortality of this life knowing it is appointed for all men once to die and having a desire to dispose of such worldly estate which it has pleased Almighty God to bless me with do make and publish this my last will and testament in manner following, to wit:
First, I will that all my just debts be paid that my Executors hereinfater named shall sell so much of my personal property as will be sufficient to pay all my just debts. And the balance of my personal estate, I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife Martha Bassett during her natural life or widowhood. And I further give and bequeath unto my said wife Martha all the tract of land with its appurtenance whereon I now live and in case she should remarry, then and in that case, my executors hereinafter named shall have full power and authority to sell all my personal property together with my negroes and the proceeds of such property to be equally divided between my said wife Martha and my said children hereinafter named, to wit: Adaline Bassett, Alexander Bassett, Richard Nathaniel Bassett, James M. Bassett, Martha Bassett, and Helen Bassett share and share alike but it is further my will and desire that in case my said wife should marry that my said Executors hereinafter named shall divide the tract of land whereon I now live equally between my said wife Martha and my said children heretofore named reserving to themselves the right to lay off and set apart to my said wife a lot to include the mansion house where I now reside with the privilege at water from the Spring that I now make use of, which lot of land and building my said wife shall have and enjoy during her natural life and at her death the said lot of land to be equally divided amoung my children. And in case my said wife should remain single and keep my said property together, that she raise and school my said children out of the proceeds of the property and farm free from cost, and it is further my will and desire that as my said children heretofore named shall marry that my said wife Martha with the advise and consent of my said Executors, shall set apart so much of my personal estate as they may think my said wife can conveniently spare so as to make the balance of my said children heretofore named equal to what my daughter Elvira has received and it is further my will and desire that my said wife Martha remain in possession of all my real and personal property during her natural life of widowhood and that she have and enjoy all and singular my real estate subject nevertheless to the foregoing condition stipulated above. And lastly I do constitute and appoint my friends James L. Etter and Joseph Vaughn of the County of Hawkins and the State of Tennessee my Executors of this my last will and testament revoking all former wills hertofore made by me.
In testimony whereof I have herunto set my hand affixed my seal this 14th day of June in the year of our Lord A.D. 1842.
Burwell W. Bassett
Signed sealed and declared in the presence of
Wm. McCrow
Spencer Bassett
G. McCrane 
Bassett, James M. (I393)
 
46350 WILL OF BURWELL BASSETT
Page 56
6/14/1842
In the name of God - Amen.
I, Burwell Bassett of the county of Hawkins and State of Tennessee being weak in body but sound and disposing mind and memory bringing to mind mortality of this life knowing it is appointed for all men once to die and having a desire to dispose of such worldly estate which it has pleased Almighty God to bless me with do make and publish this my last will and testament in manner following, to wit:
First, I will that all my just debts be paid that my Executors hereinfater named shall sell so much of my personal property as will be sufficient to pay all my just debts. And the balance of my personal estate, I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife Martha Bassett during her natural life or widowhood. And I further give and bequeath unto my said wife Martha all the tract of land with its appurtenance whereon I now live and in case she should remarry, then and in that case, my executors hereinafter named shall have full power and authority to sell all my personal property together with my negroes and the proceeds of such property to be equally divided between my said wife Martha and my said children hereinafter named, to wit: Adaline Bassett, Alexander Bassett, Richard Nathaniel Bassett, James M. Bassett, Martha Bassett, and Helen Bassett share and share alike but it is further my will and desire that in case my said wife should marry that my said Executors hereinafter named shall divide the tract of land whereon I now live equally between my said wife Martha and my said children heretofore named reserving to themselves the right to lay off and set apart to my said wife a lot to include the mansion house where I now reside with the privilege at water from the Spring that I now make use of, which lot of land and building my said wife shall have and enjoy during her natural life and at her death the said lot of land to be equally divided amoung my children. And in case my said wife should remain single and keep my said property together, that she raise and school my said children out of the proceeds of the property and farm free from cost, and it is further my will and desire that as my said children heretofore named shall marry that my said wife Martha with the advise and consent of my said Executors, shall set apart so much of my personal estate as they may think my said wife can conveniently spare so as to make the balance of my said children heretofore named equal to what my daughter Elvira has received and it is further my will and desire that my said wife Martha remain in possession of all my real and personal property during her natural life of widowhood and that she have and enjoy all and singular my real estate subject nevertheless to the foregoing condition stipulated above. And lastly I do constitute and appoint my friends James L. Etter and Joseph Vaughn of the County of Hawkins and the State of Tennessee my Executors of this my last will and testament revoking all former wills hertofore made by me.
In testimony whereof I have herunto set my hand affixed my seal this 14th day of June in the year of our Lord A.D. 1842.
Burwell W. Bassett
Signed sealed and declared in the presence of
Wm. McCrow
Spencer Bassett
G. McCrane 
Bassett, Martha (I394)
 

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