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46351 Wapakoneta Daily News, September 4, 2015
Laura Fay Bassitt (Picture included)

Laura Fay Bassitt, 88, passed away on Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2015, at 4:24 p.m. at the Lost Creek Care and Rehabilitation Center, Lima. Fay (as she was known by all) was born June 13, 1927, in Hardin County, Ohio, to Charles R. and Pearl R. (Peggs) Johnson, who preceded her in death.

Fay met Robert E. (Bob) Bassitt, Sr. at the Lima Roller Skating Rink on Jan. 19, 1947. Robert wrote in his journal, "I met the girl of my life." They were married on horseback at the Labor Day Rodeo in Ada on Sept. 1, 1947. They were together for over 67 years when Robert passed way on April 7, 2015. Bob and Fay were inseparable, dressed alike and known by many. They were loved and will be greatly missed.

Fay was a member of the Congregational Christian Church in Lafayette. She had worked as a messenger on roller skates toward the end of WWII at the Lima Locomotive Works. Fay had also worked at Home Service Laundry in Lima, the Truck Stop Restaurant in Beaverdam and Triplett Corporation in Bluffton. She also taught Bible School in Lafayette. Fay was a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles, Aerie 370.

Survivors include two children: Robert E. (Janet ) Bassitt, Jr. of Wapakoneta, and Linda K. (Daniel) Fleming of Bluffton; six grandchildren, Jeremy Fleming of Bluffton, Angela (Eric) Lewis of New Albany, Ohio, Jason (Cynthia) Fleming of Bluffton, Michael (Cristina) Bassitt of Washington State, David (Sheila) Bassitt of Idaho, Brian (Michelle) Bassitt of Columbus, Ohio; ten great-grandchildren, Mariah (Greg) Short, Sidney and Gabby Lewis, Kyle, Liliana and Jacob Fleming, Jacob and Philip Bassitt, Sadie and Makenna Bassitt and two great-great-grandchildren, Auden and Leah.

Fay had 12 siblings that preceded her in death, three brothers, Charles Lewis, Robert Rollin and Richard Vernon Johnson, nine sisters, Norma Idorah Donnal, Sarah Dolores Donnal, Vera Stella Donnal, Violet Iona Johnson, Daisy Pearl Lawrence, Baby Johnson, Alice Marie Keysor, Mollie Rosetta Harsh and Ola Lavon Johnson.

Services will be held on Saturday, Sept. 5, 2015, at 10 am at the Chiles-Laman Funeral and Cremation Services, Bluffton Chapel. Officiating the service will be Rev. Carol Clement. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery following the service. Friends may call on Friday, Sept. 4, 2015, from 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. at the Bluffton Chapel. Memorial contributions may be made to Allen County Humane Society. Condolences may be expressed at chiles-lamanfh.com.
 
Johnson, Laura Fay (I32202)
 
46352 Ward Wilson Funeral Home
Mary E. Bass
April 21, 1922 ? April 12, 2010

Mrs. Mary E. Grissette Bass of Dothan died April 12, 2010, at the Crenshaw Community Hospital in Luverne, AL. She was 87.

Graveside services will be held at 10 A.M. Friday, April 16, 2010, at Gardens of Memory Cemetery under the direction of Ward Wilson Funeral Home.

The family will be receiving friends at the funeral home from 6 to 8 P.M. Thursday, April 15, 2010. Flowers will be accepted or contributions may be made to Southside Baptist Church.

Mrs. Bass was born April 21, 1922, in Pike County, Alabama, the daughter of the late Rufus Grissette and Annie Mae Hooten Grissett. She was a member of Southside Baptist Church. She loved to work in the yard and was a loving mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, who loved her family, her church, and her Lord.

She is preceded in death by her parents, husband, two sons, James W. Bass, John Wayne Bass, five brothers, and two sisters.

Survivors include: daughters, Barbara Runth of Panama City, FL; Deborah Hobbs of Midland City; son, Donald Bass and his wife, Carolyn of Dothan; sister, Annie Ruth Richburg of Abbeville; twelve grandchildren, several great-grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews.
 
Grissett, Mary Evelyn (I57576)
 
46353 Ward-Wilson Funeral Home
Billie Jean (Henderson) Bass (Picture included)
January 22, 1946 ? November 14, 2020

Billie Jean Bass, 74, a resident of Cordova, AL, went home to be with the Lord on Saturday, November 14, 2020. She was born on January 22, 1946 in Walker County, FL, to the late Gertis Henderson and Opal (Swindle) Henderson.
Graveside services will be at 3 PM, Tuesday, November 17, 2020 at Memory Hill Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 2 PM until service time at Ward Wilson Funeral Home.
Billie was a loving mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and sister. She was a Christian lady who looked forward to being in church. Her hobbies included fishing and going out to eat. Billie was always willing to lend a helping hand to all those in need.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Sterling Bass; brothers, John, Billy, and Chester Henderson; sisters, Lorene Bland, Pauline Bland, and Margaret Agnesson.
Survivors include her daughter, Jean (Joel) Frost; sister, Anna Geier; brother, Jimmy (Linda) Henderson; grandchildren, Amanda Lollar, Miranda (John) Leary, Jessica (Michael) Frost, and Kimberly Tatum, and eight great-grandchildren.
We will follow all COVID-19 safety guidelines.

 
Henderson, BIllie Jean (I57402)
 
46354 Ward-Wilson Funeral Home
Vernia Doris Bass
January 1, 1926 ? May 22, 2021

Mrs. Vernia Doris Bass of Dothan passed away Saturday, May 22, 2021 at the age of 95.
Funeral services will be held at 11 A.M. Monday, May 24, 2021 at Ward Wilson Funeral Home. Burial will follow in Memory Hill Cemetery with Ward Wilson Funeral Home directing.
The family will receive friends at the funeral home from 10 to 11 A.M. Monday, one hour prior to the service. Flowers will be accepted or contributions may be made to the Children?s Department at Mt. Gilead Baptist Church or to the Alabama Baptist Children?s Home.
Mrs. Bass is preceded in death by her parents, Daniel O. Brown and Mary Lena Kite Brown, husband, Dudley Bass, one sister, and six brothers.
Survivors include daughter, Sarah Childree (Ronnie), grandchildren, Sharon Boyett (Danny), David Childree (Tamela), great-grandchilden, Jessica Myers (Zo) Collins, Kaylee Myers David Myers (Heather), Tim Myers (Kristin), Wesley Grubbs (Shealee), Anna Creel, Jerrad Creel, eleven great-great-grandchildren, sister, Myra Faye Pippin, and several nieces and nephews.



 
Brown, Vernia Doris (I55491)
 
46355 Wareham Courier, June 23, 2017
Isabelle M. Bassett (1932 ? 2017)

Isabelle Mary Bassett, 84, of Buzzards Bay, passed away Monday, June 19, 2017 at Royal Cape Cod. She was the wife of the late Everett W. Red Bassett. Born in Fulham, England, the daughter of the late James and Isabelle (Merlin) Hoey. She had lived in Buzzards Bay, prior to moving to Wareham. She had been very active with St. Margarets Church. Isabelle loved to paint, she enjoyed gardening, playing scrabble and bingo and was an avid reader. But most of all she enjoyed spending time with her family. She also had a great love of animals. Isabelle had worked as a waitress at Sandys Restaurant in Buzzards Bay for many years. She is survived by her children, Wayne Bassett of Wareham, Jeanette McKinstry of Dennisport, Theresa Campbell and her husband Richard of Hyannis, Keith Bassett of Florida and Michele Strojny and her husband William of Bourne; grandchildren, Richard, Theresa, Joey, Keith, Danielle, Audrey, Cheryl and Brianna; great-grandchildren, Christopher, Angelina, Isabelle, Treyvonne and Jessenya, Jacob and William; her sister, Leo Andrews of England. She was predeceased by her siblings, Charlie, Jim, Doris and Elaine, Margaret and Joan. Relatives and friends are invited to attend a Funeral Service on Saturday, July 1, 2017 at 3:00 p.m. at the Nickerson-Bourne Funeral Home 40 MacArthur Blvd., Bourne. Interment is private. Visitation prior to service 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory may be made to Human Society, MSPCA or St. Judes Children Research Hospital.
 
Hoey, Isabelle Mary (I31721)
 
46356 Wareham Village Funeral Home
Ruth B. Hathaway

HATHAWAY, Ruth B.
West Wareham ? Ruth B. Hathaway, 89, of West Wareham passed away Friday July 26th, at her home in West Wareham. Ruth was the wife of the late Herbert C. Hathaway.

Ruth was born on May 4, 1924 the daughter of the late Arthur and Nellie Benson Bassett. She attended Wareham Public Schools and graduated from Wareham High School. She worked in Boston for many years as a secretary for the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts. Ruth was very involved and volunteered in her church the Church of the Good Shepherd. She enjoyed Camping, fly-fishing and gardening.

Ruth is survived by many loving nieces, nephews, relatives and friends and she is the sister of the late Arthur Bassett, Ralph Bassett, Ethel Alto, Lois McGillen, Carol Leconte and Phillip Seaver.

Ceremonies:
A memorial service will be held on Thursday August 1, at 6:30 pm in the Church of the Good Shepherd 74 High Street Wareham, MA. Relatives and friends are cordially invited to attend. Interment will be private.
 
Bassett, Ruth I. (I31974)
 
46357 Waring-Sullivan Funeral Home
In Memory of Christene E. (Bassett) Teller

Christene E. (Bassett) Teller, "Chris," age 99, formerly of Swansea, di
Sunday, September 12, 2010 in the Shady Acres Nursing Home in West Kingston,
R.I. She would have celebrated her 100th birthday on September 28th.

Born in Chatham, Massachusetts, a daughter of the late Harold and Gertrude
(Bassett) Bassett, she spent her youth in Chatham, lived in Marlboro, MA, and
in Swansea for over 50 years before moving to Rhode Island over three years
ago. She was a descendent of Joseph Rogers who came over on the Mayflower.

Mrs. Teller was a graduate of Chatham High School and was a waitress at the
former Dunrovin Farm now Kent's Restaurant for over 25 years.

She was very involved in the church and church activities, and was a gold star
mother. During her youth she was a caddy at the Chatham Bars Inn, in Chatham,
MA, was a scratch golfer and owned a pacer race horse. She enjoyed gardening
and most of all spending time with her family.

She is survived by one son, Walter I. Teller Jr. of Borrego Springs, CA, one
daughter Patricia M. Wood and her husband Al of Exeter, RI, one sister Harriet
Darsch of Plymouth, MA, eight grandchildren, thirteen great-grandchildren, and
several nieces and nephews. She was mother of the late John and David Teller
and Barbara Duplessis and sister of the late Louise Dudley, Sumner Bassett,
Nellie Dyer, Josephine Emerick, Joyce Brown, and Everett Bassett.

Her visiting hours will be held Friday, September 17, 2010 from 4:00 to 7:00PM
in the WARING-SULLIVAN HOME OF MEMORIAL TRIBUTE at BIRCHCREST 189 Gardners
Neck Rd. Swansea. Her Funeral services and burial will be private. 
Bassett, Christine Estelle (I28057)
 
46358 Waring-Sullivan Home of Memorial Tribute at Birchcrest
In Memory of Rita B. Bessette
November 29, 1921 ? March 25, 2012

Rita B. (Gagnon) Bessette, age 90, formerly of Fall River, died Sunday, March 25, 2012 in the Fairview Nursing Home in Groton, Connecticut.

Born in Fall River, a daughter of the late Ernest and Rosanna (Thibault) Gagnon, she had been a lifelong area resident.

Mrs. Bessette worked as a seamstress in the local Textile Mills for 40 years before retiring in 1991. She enjoyed cooking, sewing, and baking especially birthday cakes.

She is survived by one daughter Simone Herritt of North Stonington, CT, three grandchildren; Scott Herritt and his wife Tracy, Charles Herritt, and Stacy Herritt. She was sister of the late Armond, Albert, and Leo Gagnon.

Contributions in her honor may be made to The Odd Fellows Home of Connecticut, 235 Lestertown Road, Groton, Connecticut 06340. Private services were in the care of the WARING-SULLIVAN HOME OF MEMORIAL TRIBUTE at BIRHCREST.
 
Gagnon, Rita (I18705)
 
46359 Warren and Esther Norman did not have any children. Bassett, Esther Lee (I1571)
 
46360 Warren and Esther Norman did not have any children. Norman, Warren (I1579)
 
46361 Warren Bassett died aged 13 months.

Washington Death Certificate
Warren Bassett
Died: October 12, 1911 in Biasfork, Lewis County, Washington
Age: 14 days
Parents: James I. Bassett and Catherine A. Gunn 
Bassett, Warren (I162)
 
46362 Warren County Record, Missouri, February 13, 2014
Tony M. Bass
1938 ? 2014

Tony Matthew Bass, 30, Wright City, passed away Sunday, Feb. 2, 2014, in Warrenton.

Tony was born Dec. 2, 1983, in St. Charles. He was the son of Matthew (Teresa) Bass and Tammy (Kermit Wilkison) Nolting. Tony was employed as a painter. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, camping and the outdoors. Tony also liked to work on cars. He loved spending time with his children, family and friends.

Tony is survived by his father, Matthew (Teresa) Bass; mother, Tammy (Kermit Wilkison) Nolting, Marble Falls, Ark.; one son, Kaleb Bass; three daughters, Lily Bell, Nickeira Bass and Georgiana Bass; one brother, Craig Bass; three stepbrothers, Steven Miller, Paul Tobias and Roy Tobias; one stepsister, Sara Miller; significant other, Nickesha; one grandmother, Joanne Bass; two uncles, Wayne Nolting and Cash Nolting; one aunt, Tonya Riske; one nephew, Nicholas Bass; many cousins and friends.

He was preceded in death by one grandmother, Arlene Nolting; one grandfather, Harry Bass; and two uncles, Jay Bass and Virgil Dorman.

Visitation was held Wednesday, Feb. 5, from 3:30 to 8 p.m. at Pitman Funeral Home, Warrenton,

A funeral service was held Thursday, Feb. 6, at 10 a.m. at the funeral home.

Interment was in Wright City Cemetery, Wright City.

Memorials to the children of Tony Bass, in care of Pitman Funeral Home, P.O. Box 126, Warrenton, MO 63383 are preferred.

The family was served by Pitman Funeral Home, Warrenton.

 
Bass, Tony Matthew (I920)
 
46363 Warren County Record, Tuesday, August 17, 2021
Craig James Bass

Craig James Bass passed away on August 16, 2021, at the age of 35. Craig was born October 17, 1985, in St. Charles, MO to Matthew and Tammy Bass nee Nolting.
Craig enjoyed going to Orange Beach and swimming, spending time outdoors. Craig loved all his children and spending time with them and made them feel important each in their own way. He loved playing dolls with the girls and nurf wars with the kids. Enjoyed being a soccer coach for the kids and watching basketball and football. Craig loved his grandma and had a big heart for children. He will be dearly missed by all who knew him.
He is survived by his mother, Tammy Nolting of Warrenton, MO; father, Matthew Bass of Truesdale, MO; his 3 children Nicholas Bass, Joleigh Bass, Evelyn Bass of Warrenton, MO; grandma, JoAnne Bass of Warrenton, MO; He is preceded in death by his brother, Tony Bass, daughter, Marley Jo Bass.
Visitation will be held Thursday, August 19, 2021, from 2:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Pitman Funeral Home, 904 S. Hwy 47, Warrenton, MO 63383.
Funeral services will be held Friday, August 20, 2021, at 10:00 a.m., at Pitman Funeral Home, Warrenton.
Interment will be at Wright City Cemetery, Wright City MO.
Memorials can be made to Craig Bass monument fund in care of Pitman Funeral Home P.O. Box 126 Warrenton, MO 63383.

 
Bass, Craig James (I921)
 
46364 Warren died while serving in the Union Army. Bassett, Warren B. (I07914)
 
46365 Warren died while serving in World War II. Bassett, Warren P. (I460)
 
46366 Warren Meadows Funeral Home, LLC
Dorothy Victoria Farris Bass
May 5, 1927 ? November 14, 2015

Dorothy Victoria Farris Bass, 88, formerly of Florien, passed away on November 14, 2015 in Odessa, Texas.

Funeral Services will be held on Thursday, November 19, 2015 beginning at 10:00 AM at the Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints in Many, LA. Burial will follow in the Florien Cemetery in Florien, LA. Visitation will be held on Wednesday, November 18, 2015 beginning at 5:00 PM at Warren Meadows Funeral Home in Many, LA.

Dorothy was born in Alco, Louisiana on May 5, 1927, to the late John Albert and Carrie Magnolia Holloway Farris.

Survivors include: brother Albert Farris and wife Garnet and sister Carolyn Gay Marsh. Her children: Brenda Weierholt and husband, Ivar, of Bremerton, Washington; John Bass and wife, Rachel, of Fort Collins, Colorado; Nita Evans and husband, Jim, of Midland, Texas, and Annette Torrey and husband, Les, of North Scituate, Rhode Island.

She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Daniel M. Bass Jr.; son, Stephen Bass, and grandson, Kristen Weierholt; brother, Jimmie Farris; sisters, Vada Busek, and Wordnia McDonnold.

She leaves a legacy of 16 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren that she adored.
 
Farris, Dorothy Victoria (I46734)
 
46367 Warren Randolph Bassett served as a Navy machinist during World War II.

The Wichita Eagle
July 8, 2003
Warren Randy Bassett
Bassett, Warren Randy, 80, retired Sellers Tractor Co. diesel engine mechanic, died Saturday, July 6, 2006. Service 10 a.m. today, Resthaven Gardens of Memory. Mr. Bassett served in the Coast Guard during World War II. Survivors: sons, Michael Warren of Butler, Missouri; Mark R. of Wichita; daughter, Katha Louise Knippa of Houston, Texas; brother, Dan Bassett of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; six grandchildren. Memorial to Harry Hynes Memorial Hospice. 
Bassett, Warren Randolph (I409)
 
46368 Warren was 14 years of age when he died. Rathbun, Warren Andrew (I18204)
 
46369 Warren, was killed in an explosion on the Kauffman farm near Elkhart in 1914. Bassett, Warren (I102)
 
46370 Warsaw Daily Union, November 18, 1947
Mrs. Rose Morrison, 83, Dies At home Of Daughter Near Lake Wawasee

Funeral services for Mrs. Rose Morrison, aged 83, for many years a resident of Mentone and vicinity, will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Johns funeral home, with Mrs. Lloyd Boyll, pastor of the Mentone Church of Christ, in charge. Burial will be in the Mentone Cemetery.
Mrs. Morrison died at 2 a.m. Sunday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Mabel Delano, who resides on the south side of Lake Wawasee. Death followed a serious illness of four and one-half months due to a stroke of paralysis.
She was born in Wabash county June 10, 1864, the daughter of William and Sarah Coomler. In 1866, she was married to Joe Morrison, of Grant county. They resided in Grant county until 1901, when they came to this county and engaged in farming near Claypool and Mentone. In 1921 they retired and moved to Mentone where Mr. Morrison died in 1924. An infant daughter also preceded her in death.
The deceased was a member of the Mentone Church of Christ.
Surviving relatives in addition to her daughter, Mrs. Delano, include two sons, Dale Morrison, of Wabash, and Olin D. Morrison, of Athens, O.; give grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Elva Rush, of near Burket, Mrs. Emma La Trelle, of Milwaukee, Wis., and Mrs. Myrtle McKeever, of Jonesboro, Ind.
 
Coomler, Rosetta (I35810)
 
46371 Warsaw Times-Union, January 31, 1956
Mrs. Elva Rush

Mrs. Elva Rush, 88, of Mentone, died at noon Tuesday at the McDonald hospital of complications following an illness of six months.
Mrs. Rush was born in Wabash county Sept. 21, 1867, the daughter of William and Sarah Coomler. She had resided in Mentone for the past 10 years, but has been a resident of Kosciusko county since 1901. She was married to Bert Rush in 1888 at Swayzee. He preceded her in death in 1951. Mrs. Rush was a member of the Mentone Church of Christ.
Surviving are three sons, Fred, of Route 5, Warsaw, Roy, of Mentone, and Earl, of Detroit, Mich.; one brother, Elmer Coomler, of Los Angeles, Calif.; two sisters, Mrs. Emma Leprell, of Milwaukee, Wis., and Mrs. Myrtle McKeever, of Jonesboro, Ind.; 12 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren. One son, Ray, died in 1949, and a grandson, Earl Rush was killed during World War II.
Funeral services will be held Thursday at 2:30 at Jo?? funeral home, Mentone. Rev. Leslie Grant of the Church of Christ will officiate. Burial will be in Palestine cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 4 p.m. Wednesday.
 
Coomler, Elva (I35811)
 
46372 Warwick Beacon, May 10, 2000
T. Raymond Bassett

T. Raymond Bassett, 75, of Pitman Road, an employee for Rhode Island Services for the Blind before he retired, died May 10, 2000, at Kent Regency Genesis Eldercare Center. He was the husband of Catherine E. (Magner) Bassett. Born in Providence, a son of the late Oscar Bassett and Doris (Reynolds) Collins, he lived in Warwick most of his life, and had lived in East Providence for eight years. He had been a supervisor at Quonset Point Naval Air Station for 25 years, and vice president of Elmar Creations, Providence, for 10 years. He was an Army veteran of World War II and served in Europe, Africa and the Middle East as an expert rifleman. He received the Silver Star and the Purple Heart. He was a member and past commander of VFW Post 5385, East Providence, and a member of VFW Post 272, Warwick. He was past president of the Warwick Jaycees, and a former member of the Jaycees executive board, and the National Miss America Pagent. Besides his wife, he leaves a son, Paul M. Bassett, with whom he lived; a daughter, Nancy J. Haibon of Warwick; a brother, Oscar Bassett of North Providence; and seven grandchildren. He was the father of the late James E. Bassett, and brother of the late Elliott and Niles Bassett. The funeral was held from Thomas & Walter Quinn Funeral Home, 2435 Warwick Ave., with a Mass of Christian Burial in St. Kevin Church, Sandy Lane. Burial with military honors was in Rhode Island Veterans Cemetery, Exeter.



Rhody Beat, Rhode Island Obituaries
T. Raymond Bassett, May 10, 2000

T. Raymond Bassett, 75, of Pitman Road, an employee for Rhode Island Services for the Blind before he retired, died May 10, 2000, at Kent Regency Genesis Eldercare Center. He was the husband of Catherine E. (Magner) Bassett. Born in Providence, a son of the late Oscar Bassett and Doris (Reynolds) Collins, he lived in Warwick most of his life, and had lived in East Providence for eight years.He had been a supervisor at Quonset Point Naval Air Station for 25 years, and vice president of Elmar Creations, Providence, for 10 years. He was an Army veteran of World War II and served in Europe, Africa and the Middle East as an expert rifleman. He received the Silver Star and the Purple Heart. He was a member and past commander of VFW Post 5385, East Providence, and a member of VFW Post 272, Warwick. He was past president of the Warwick Jaycees, and a former member of the Jaycees executive board, and the National Miss America Pagent. Besides his wife, he leaves a son, Paul M. Bassett, with whom he lived; a daughter, Nancy J. Haibon of Warwick; a brother, Oscar Bassett of North Providence; and seven grandchildren. He was the father of the late James E. Bassett, and brother of the late Elliott and Niles Bassett. The funeral was held from Thomas & Walter Quinn Funeral Home, 2435 Warwick Ave., with a Mass of Christian Burial in St. Kevin Church, Sandy Lane. Burial with military honors was in Rhode Island Veterans Cemetery, Exeter.
 
Bassett, Raymond Theodore (I23497)
 
46373 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5186)
 
46374 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5187)
 
46375 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5185)
 
46376 Was an associate Professor at University of Northern Iowa. Anderson, Mary Cordelia (I00447)
 
46377 Was born Forbush. Dill, Helen (I14713)
 
46378 Was Esley Lumpkin's 3rd wife. Bassett, Lillian Marion (I284)
 
46379 was killed in a boating accident. Rogers, Glen (I103)
 
46380 was living with his parents in Arcadia, Lapeer County, Michigan in the 1880 census.

1900 Federal Census of Arcadia Township, Lapeer County, MI (4 Jun 1900)
William Houghtaling 31 M Dec 1868 MI NY MI Head Farmer
Libbie 29 F Jul 1870 MI MI MI Wife
Lottie 9 F Jan 1891 MI MI MI Daughter
George 7 M Feb 1893 MI MI MI Son
Joseph 8/12 M Sep 1899 MI MI MI Son 
Houghtaling, William Lorenzo (I27)
 
46381 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I139)
 
46382 Washburn-McReavy Funeral Chapels, Edina, Minnesota, Novmeber 12, 2021
Barbara Jean Bassett
1937 - 2021

Bassett, Barbara J. Ph.D. 84, of Plymouth, died peacefully the morning of November 3rd, 2021. A visitation will be held Monday, November 15th from 4-7p.m. at Washburn-McReavy Edina Chapel and a memorial service will be held Tuesday, November 16th at 11a.m. at St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church in Minneapolis. Barbara was born on June 18th, 1937 in Grand Rapids, Michigan. She attended the University of Detroit where she earned a bachelor's degree in English and met her husband and father of her children, William. Barbara and her family moved to Mankato, Minnesota in 1968, working and raising their children there. Barbara had a deep passion for learning and teaching, and she was an Instructor at South Central College in Mankato. A lifelong learner, Barbara earned a Ph.D. in Adult Education at the University of Minnesota in 2002. She spent much of her retirement mentoring students at MCTC, traveling the world, and spending time with loved ones. An avid traveler, Barbara contributed to many service trips with Global Volunteers and never missed an opportunity to immerse herself in new cultures. Barbara was a frequent patron of the Guthrie Theater and enjoyed sharing her passion with her friends and family. Barbara always went above and beyond to ensure that her children and grandchildren had every opportunity to learn and grow. Her loved ones will always cherish the memory of her vibrant spirit and positive outlook on life. Memorials preferred to Second Harvest Heartland. Private interment at Lakewood Cemetary. Preceded in death by parents John and Genevieve Chapla, brother John Michael, and former husband William Bassett. Survived by their children Victoria (Chuck) Raymond, Marty (Katie), Elizabeth, and Gregory (Jana Hilleren); grandchildren Michael (Jennifer), Bill, Richard, Grace (Josh) LeClaire, Alexander, Anne, and Thomas; great-granddaughters Maddie and Ruth; brothers Bob (Sue) and Rick (Willow) Chapla. Washburn-McReavy.com. Edina Chapel 952-920-3996 West 50th St. & Hwy 100
 
Chapla, Barbara (I20)
 
46383 Washburn-Mcreavy, March 16, 2017
Patricia J. (?Patti?) Bassett

Bassett, Patricia J. "Patti" age 73 of Maple Grove, went peacefully, to be with the Lord on 3/16/17 surrounded by family. Preceded in death by parents, Robert and Ione Swanson and Donald Lehan. Survived by loving husband of 53 years, Richard "Dick" Bassett; children, Kim Bassett, Scott (Cathy) Bassett, Kelli (Jason) Brooks and Keri (Blair) Jenson; grandchildren, Jacob and Dylan Bassett, Hannah Brooks, Cambell and Audrey Jenson; sisters, Susan Swanson (Peter Maroney) and Diane (Tim) Ralph; beloved dog, Daisy (her #1 gal); many other family members and a host of friends. Visitation Wednesday, 3/22/17, 4-7 PM at Washburn-McReavy Robbinsdale Chapel, 4239 W. Broadway. Service Thursday 3/23/17 at 2 PM, with visitation one hour prior at Faith-Lilac Way Lutheran Church, 5530 42nd Ave N, Robbinsdale. Family interment Lakewood Cemetery. Washburn-McReavy.com Robbinsdale Chapel 763-537-2333.
 
Swanson, Patricia Jean (I18285)
 
46384 Washington County Arkansas Biographies
David F. Hope, one of West Fork Township's most prominent farmers and stock raisers, was born in Campbell County, Tennessee, in 1829. His grandfather Hope came from England with his wife, who was born there, to America at an early day and located in Tennessee, on the Tennessee River, where he followed the occupation of ship carpenter. He reared his family in Knoxville, Tennessee, and was one of the prominent men of that section of the country, dying at the age of seventy years, having lived an honorable, active and useful life. His wife died at the advanced age of one hundred years. Their son, Thomas Hope, was born and reared to manhood in Knoxville, Tennessee, and learned the ship carpenter's trade of his father, after which he located in Campbell County, Tennessee, where he entered a large tract of land and became an extensive slave owner. He was married in Campbell County to Miss Nancy Smith, and by her became the father of ten children. His death occurred at the age of forty-five years, but his widow, who is a member of an old North Carolina family, was born in Tennessee, and is still living and resides with her son Jordan on the old plantation in Campbell County. David F. Hope is their third son, and was educated in the schools of Knoxville. He came to Arkansas in 1851, where he learned the blacksmith's trade, and was married, in 1853, to Louisa Johnson, daughter of James Johnson, by whom he is the father of the following children: Martha J., wife of J.R. Stockbuger; James T.; Mary E., wife of James Basset; Sarah A., wife of Mark Little; Hugh R., John F., Louisa T.C. (deceased); Nancy C., wife of William Yorks, Alice, Benjamin F., George D., and infant deceased, and Elizabeth. After his marriage Mr. Hope located on the West Fork of White River, where he made his home until 1866, and then purchased his present farm of 240 acres. He has eighty acres of improved land, on which is a neat and commodious two-story frame dwelling house, and after years of well-spent labor is now living at his ease, surrounded by the comforts which he has richly earned. 
Hope, David F. (I753)
 
46385 Washington County News
October 3, 2018
David Ewell Bass
(1935 - 2018)
David Ewell Bass, 83, of Graceville, Poplar Springs Community, passed away Friday, September 21, 2018 at Northwest Florida Community Hospital. David was born on March 27, 1935 in Holmes County to the late William Edrie "Buster" Bass and Ruth Estelle Kelley. A 1953 graduate of Poplar Springs High School, David was drafted into the U.S. Army. He then worked with Gold Kist Peanut and Registers Dairy. He started working in construction with Slingluff, West Florida Enterprises and Horton's Construction for a number of years. David eventually went out on his own along with his boy's and was known for his detail in painting and carpentry. A Dad and "Pawpaw" such as David, leaves his mark in the world through the love he gives his children and grandchildren. David will be missed not only by them, but by everyone who knew him.
Proceeded in death by his parents, one son Edrie and one brother Tommy Bass. He is survived by his beloved wife Frances Bass, Todd Bass (Tara), Graceville; David Bass(Jennifer), Noma, Mechele Bass (Greg Bush), Graceville; Shannon Bass Kukla (LTC Matthew Kukla) Huntsville, Alabama, Michael Bass (Jamie), Graceville; seventeen grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. A home-going service was held at 10 a.m., Tuesday, September 25, 2018 at the Chapel of James & Lipford Funeral Home with Brother Raymond O'Quinn officiating. Burial followed in Brown-Bush-Tindel Cemetery with James & Lipford Funeral Home in Graceville directing. Family received friends at the funeral home on Monday, 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. Expressions of sympathy can be made at www.jamesandlipford.com. 
Bass, David Ewell (I33)
 
46386 Washington County News and Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Florida
Friday, March 18, 2016
Jane W. Bass

Jane W. Bass, 93, of Calera, Alabama, formerly of the Poplar Springs Community, Graceville, passed away, Saturday, March 12, 2016 in Shelby Baptist Medical Center. Ms. Jane was born Nov. 10, 1922 in Slocomb, Alabama to the late John Early Woodham and Walcie Lee Ballard Woodham. A 1941 graduate of Poplar Springs High School, Ms. Jane opened Jaymar Fashions in Graceville in 1973 and retired in 1992. Ms. Jane was a people person meeting and making friends over the years. She was a faithful member of Bethel Baptist for more than 40 years, teaching in Sunday School and training union. She was church pianist for 12 years, a member of Women Missionary Union and worked a number of years in Vacation Bible School. She was a current member of Calera Baptist Church, Calera, Alabama.

Preceded in death by her husband Lamar Bass, grandson Christopher Bass, parents, six brothers and three sisters.

Survived by two sons Roger Lamar Bass, Birmingham, Alabama; Mark Woodham Bass, Jemison, Alabama; sister-in-law Patsy Woodham, Graceville; grandchildren Shannon Minniefield, Jennifer Campbell (David), Blake Bass, Shelly Ridlehoover, Alexa Bass; great grandchildren Jasmine Minniefield, Jamison Minniefield, Jalen Minniefield, Maddie Campbell, Lamar Campbell, Ellie Campbell, Koerper Campbell, Zackery Bass, Colton Bass, Drake Ridlehoover; a host of nieces and nephews.

A Graveside service was held at 2 p.m., Wednesday, March 16, 2016 at Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery. Family received friends at the church from 1 p.m. until time of service. In lieu of flowers request memorials be made to charity of your choice.
 
Woodham, Jane Bee (I52694)
 
46387 Washington County News and Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Florida
Saturday, December 29, 2007
Lamar Bass

Lamar Bass, 85, of Calera, Ala., died Dec. 21 at his home following an extended illness. He was born Nov. 12, 1922, in Pike County, Ala., son of the late Calvin Sylvester and Willie Holland Bass.

He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II. A farmer, he had formerly owned several agricultural businesses. He was a member of Calera Baptist Church.

Bass was preceded in death by a grandson, Christopher Lamar Bass.

Survivors include his wife, Jane Bass of Calera; two sons, Roger Bass of Birmingham, Mark Bass of Jemison; sister, Ruby Jewel Smith of Columbus, Ga.; four grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews.

Funeral was held Dec. 23 at Bethel Baptist Church with the Rev. Kent Lampp officiating.

Burial was in the church cemetery with James & Lipford Funeral Home of Graceville.
 
Bass, Calvin Lamar (I52693)
 
46388 Washington County News, Florida, Wednesday, May 28, 2008
Gerald Howard Bass Jr.

Gerald Howard "Howie" Bass Jr., 55, of Westville died May 19. He was born April 29, 1953, in Panama City to Gerald Bass Sr. and Doris Ray Bass. He was Baptist by faith and a member of Northside Baptist Church in Ponce de Leon.

Bass owned and operated Advance Copy in DeFuniak Springs for 10 years. He was currently working at Reliable Products in Geneva, Ala., as a press operator. He was an avid outdoorsman.

Surviving are his parents, Gerald and Doris Ray Bass of Lynn Haven; wife, Teresa "Terry" Griffin Bass of Westville; two sons, Chad Howard Bass and wife, Carrie, of Southport, and Kyle Bass of DeFuniak Springs; a stepson, Josh Jackson of Westville; two daughters, Melissa Bass Dudley of Bonifay, Delilah Carol Teresa Bass of Westville; three sisters, Wanda Bass McGill and husband, Tony, of Marietta, Ga., Rhonda Bass Striplin and husband, Larry, of Birmingham, Ala., Tonya Bass Morrell and husband, Steve, of Southport, and five grandchildren.

Funeral was conducted May 21 at Northside Baptist Church with the Revs. Chad Bass and Kenneth Harrison officiating.

Burial was in Hurricane Creek Cemetery with Clary-Glenn Funeral Home of DeFuniak Springs in charge.


 
Bass, Gerald Howard (I46719)
 
46389 Washington County News, January 14, 2020
Debra Jean Bass (Picture included)
1960 ? 2020

Mrs. Debra Jean Bass, age 59, passed away Sunday, Jan. 12, 2020. She was born June 17, 1960 in Madison, Florida to Joe Dean and Helen Reaves Agner.

Mrs. Bass was a resident of Red Bay, Florida. She was a Christian by faith. She was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother. She worked as a deckhand engineer in the Oil Field Industry. She was a very talented carpenter, having built her own house. She enjoyed canning and was a very talented cook.

Mrs. Bass was preceded in death by her father and mother.

Mrs. Bass is survived by her husband of 39 years, Stan Bass; son Jacob Quinn Bass both of Red Bay, Florida; brother J.D Agner Jr. and wife Alma of Madison, Florida; sisters Joan Phillips and husband Simmie, June Hart and husband Benny both of Tallahassee, Florida, and Jerri Bennight and husband Doug of Crawfordville, Florida; three grandchildren Brooklyn Paige Bass, Aubrey Lee Bass, and Skyla Jean Bass.

A time of visitation was held from 10 a.m. ~ 11 a.m., Monday, Jan 20, 2020 at Clary-Glenn Funeral Home; 230 Park Avenue, DeFuniak Springs, Florida 32435. Funeral service was held at 11 a.m., Monday, Jan. 20, 2020 at Clary-Glenn Funeral Home. Flowers are being accepted. You may view obituaries, offer condolences and sign the guest book at www.clary-glenn.com. Clary-Glenn Funeral Homes & Crematory is entrusted with the arrangements.
 
Agner, Debra Jean (I37)
 
46390 Washington Daily News, North Carolina, Friday, March 10, 2017
Keith Edwin Bassett

Keith Edwin Bassett, 69, of Chocowinity, passed away on Wednesday, March 8, after suffering a heart attack on the golf course at Cypress Landing. Dutiful son, devoted husband, loving father and grandfather, Keith was born in Pittsburgh, PA on September 10, 1947. He is survived by his beloved and loving wife of 46 years, Sarah "Sally" Boyle; his brother Paul (Debra) Bassett of Chocowinity; sister Beverly (Frank) Hofmeister of Pittsburgh, PA; sons Ken (Colleen) Bassett, Brian (Stacy) Bassett, David (Christine) Bassett, all of Woodbridge, VA; and daughter Sara (Simeon) Zuger of Honolulu HI. Keith found tremendous joy in the love of his grandchildren Kyle, Kyrie, Gavin, Connor, Tyler, Alyssa, Alexandra, Avery, Elijah and Hannah.

A graduate of Duquesne University and George Washington University, he retired from 38 years of service in the Federal government as a management analyst for the Office of Child Support Enforcement. Throughout his life, he encouraged his family through his example of service to others. He has volunteered his service and made friends through his work in numerous community activities. He was especially devoted to helping those less fortunate. His charitable works included many years of summer work camps in Virginia to help repair homes, for the past eight years to provide food for the hungry through his favorite charity, the Eagle's Wings program in Washington.

A funeral mass will be held at 11 AM, on Wednesday, March 15th, at Mother of Mercy Catholic Church in Washington. The family and friends are invited to a celebration of his life at the Cypress Landing Bay Club, following the funeral mass. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that expressions of sympathy be given to Keith's favorite charity http://www.eagles-wings.org/ or to the Chocowinity Emergency Medical Service, 512 NC Highway 33 East, Chocowinity, NC 27817 (Attn: AJ). Hillside Funeral Service & Cremations is serving the Bassett family.
 
Bassett, Keith Edwin (I82)
 
46391 Washington Death Certificate
J.D. Bassett
Died: 14 September 1937 in Spokane, Spokane County, Washington
Age: 79 years, 8 months, 8 days
Married to Alice
Parents: W.E. Bassett and Mary Dowd

Odessa Record
September 16, 1937
J.D. Bassett
Bassett - J.D. Bassett, former Big Bend banker, died at his home at Spokane on Tuesday morning. Born in Connecticut in 1858, a son of a minister, he lived there a time and received his education at Yale. He moved to Ritzville in 1899. He remained there until 1909 and during his residence there organized 12 banks at points in the Inland Empire, including Odessa. He was the principal shareholder and president of each. For the past 17 years he has been state examiner for the division of municipal corporations at Olympia. Mr. Bassett had a long legislative record, serving in the legislature of Connecticut in 1887 and in Washington, both in the house and the senate. Survivors include three chidlren, Joseph E. Bassett, Okanogan, Washington; Mrs. Harold E. Crawford, Walla Walla; and Miss Emma Bassett, at the home, and four grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Friday at Westminster Congregational church in Spokane, with Dr. Joel Harper officiating. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery.

Ritzville Journal-Times
Thursday, September 16, 1937
J.D. Bassett Dies at Spokane Home
J.D. Bassett, first banker in Adams county and deputy state auditor for many years, died Tuesday morning at his home in Spokane.
Mr. Bassett moved to Ritzville in 1899 and remained here until 1909, establishing the first bank in Adams county with Ben Martin, brother of W.H. Martin.
During his residence here, Mr. Bassett organized 12 banks at various points in the Inland Empire, being the principal stockholder and president of each.
He formerly lived in Hartington, Nebraska, and was "Harry" Martin's Sunday school teacher when he was young.
For the past 17 years, he was state examiner for the division of municipal corporations at Olympia. He had a long legislative record, serving in the Connectict legislature in 1887 and in Washington, both in the senate and house many sessions.
Mr. Bassett was born at Central Village, Connecticut, Janury 6, 1858. His father, graduate of Yale, was in the ministry of the Congregational church more than a quarter of a century.
Funeral services will be held tomorrow at Westminister Congregational church in Spokane with services by the Rev. Joel Harper.
Mr. Bassett is survived by three children, Joseph Bassett of Okanogan; Mrs. Harold Crawford, Walla Walla; and Mrs. Emma Bassett, at home, and four grandchildren.

An Illustrated History of the Big Bend Country Embracing
Lincoln, Douglas, Adams and Franklin Counties
State of Washington (1904)
Hon. John D. Bassett, one of the most widely known bankers in the State of Washington, now living in Ritzville, was born in Plainfield, Connecticut, January 6, 1858, and is descended from an old English family, which came to Connecticut and settled in Guilford in 1660. His father, William E. Bassett, a Congregational minister, was born in New Haven, Connecticut, and his mother, Mary (Dowd) Bassett, was also a native of the "Wooden Nutmeg State", and came of one of the old New England families. The father died in 1881 and the mother five years later in Norfolk, Connecticut.
For forty years Mr. Bassett lived in the state of his birth, and was educated in the public schools, Williston seminary, the seminary of East Hampton, Massachusetts, and one year in Yale. In Norfolk he was engaged for several years in the mercantile business and silk manufacturing, being at the time and is yet secretary and treasurer of the Aetna Silk Company. In 1891 he came to Washington and established the Snohomish National Bank, Snohomish, and the Adams County Bank, which in 1901 was converted into a national bank at Ritzville, of which he is president. He also at this time organized the First National Bank of Waterville, of which he was cashier some months. He is now president of the First National Bank of Ritzville, the Odessa State Bank, the Bank of Lind, the Presser State Bank and the Farmers' Bank at Hatton, Washington. He is treasurer of the Sprague Mercantile Company, Sprague, Washington; president of the Ritzville Library and Improvement Association; and president of the Chamber of Commerce.
After leaving school in 1879 Mr. Bassett was for eighteen months employed in the banking house of Cowles & Eldridge, in Norfolk, and in 1881 he went to Minnesota, where he studied law with C.M. Start, now a member of the Minnesota supreme court. He was never admitted to practice, however, but went from Minnesota to Kansas, where he remained two months and returned to the state of his birth. Here he became secretary of the Norfolk Shear Company, and on January 1, 1883, he engaged in the general merchandise business with the firm of Clark & Bassett, in which he was extremely prosperous. In 1890 he sold his interest in business to his partner, and spent the following year in organizing banks at Hartington and Ogalala, Nebraska, and at Dunlap, Iowa.
John D. Bassett has no brothers, but has one sister, Rebecca B., wife of Dr. Plumb-Brown, Springfield, Massachusetts.
On September 30, 1896, John D. Bassett was married to Alice W. Case, a native of Barkhamstead, Connecticut. Her father was also born in that state. This union has been blessed with three children, Joseph E., Mary D., and Emma S.
In fraternity circles Mr. Bassett is affiliated with the Western Star Lodge, No. 37, Norfolk, Connecticut, A.F. and A.M., and both he and his wife are members of the Eastern Star. They are also prominent spirits in the local Congregational church, of which our subject is a deacon.
Mr. John D. Bassett has been unusually prominent and active in political circles, both in his native state and the state of his adoption. He represented his district in the Connecticut State legislature in 1886-1887, and was active in all educational measures and clerk of the temperance committee. He was superintendent of schools and town treasurer for several years; and was registrar of voters for ten years. He has been a Republican all his life, and in addition to the above offices was chairman of the Republican central committee from the eighteenth senatorial district of his native state.

The Seattle Republican
June 5, 1908
J.D. Bassett who made such a splendid record in Olympia as a legislator in the ninth and tenth legislatures, has announced that he will seek the Republican nomination for joint senator from the eleventh senatorial district. Mr. Bassett is a resident of Ritzville, the county seat of Adams county, and has already received the endorsement of his county for the nomination. The Seattle Republican desires to say to the voters of the eleventh senatorial district that they could not find a better man for the position in the entire district than he, and from a result standpoint not one half so good, as he has had the legislative experience and acquaintanceship among the legislators. No man at Olympia among the legislators stood higher in the estimation of the other legislators and the observing public than J.D. Bassett, and if that district wishes results from the next two legislatures it would do well to nominate and elect him to the legislature from the eleventh senatorial district.

1870 Federal Census of Warren, Litchfield County, Connecticut (27 Jun 1870)
Wlliam Bassett - 46 - M - Connecticut - Clergyman
Mary - 38 - F - Connecticut - Keeping House
John - 12 - M - Connecticut
Elizabeth - 1 - F- Connecticut

1880 Federal Census of Norfolk, Litchfield County, Connecticut
Elizin Dowd - 82 - M - CT-CT-CT - Head - Farmer
Rebecca - 65 - F - CT-CT-CT - Wife - Keeping House
Susan R. - 42 - F - CT-CT-CT - Other - Domestic
Elizin D. - 48 - M - CT-CT-CT - Other - Farm Laborer
John D. Bassett - 22 - M - CT-CT-CT - Grandson - Bank Clerk

1900 Federal Census of Norfolk, Litchfield County, Connecticut (12 Jun 1900)
John D. Bassett - 42 - M - Jan 1858 - CT-CT-CT - Head - Banker
Alice E. - 34 - F - Jan 1866 - CT-CT-CT - Wife
Joseph E. - 11 - M - Nov 1888 - CT-CT-CT - Son - At School
Mary D. - 10 - F - Dec 1889 - CT-CT-Ct - Daughter - At School
Emma S. - 7 - F - Sep 1892 - CT-CT-CT - Daughter - At School
(Married 3? years, 3 children, 3 living)

1900 Federal Census of German Township, Adams County, Washington (2 Jun 1900)
John D. Bassett - 42 - M - Jan 1858 - CT-CT-CT - Head - Capitalist
Alice O. - 34 - F - Jun 1866 - CT-CT-CT - Wife
Joseph E. - 11 - M - Nov 1888 - CT-CT-CT - Son - At School
Emma S. - 7 - F - Sep 1892 - CT-CT-CT - Daughter - At School

1930 Federal Census of Spokane, Spokane County, Washington (4 Apr 1930)
John D. Bassett - 72 - M - CT-CT-CT - Head - Accountant State
Alice C. - 64 - F - CT-CT-CT - Wife
Emma - 37 - F - CT-CT-CT - Daughter - Stenographer Law Office
(Living at 29 Seventeenth Avenue)
(Married at 29 & 31) 
Bassett, John Dowd (I1279)
 
46392 Washington Death Certificate
Joseph E. Bassett
Died: 6 March 1939 in Seattle, King County, Washington
Age: 50 years, 3 months, 8 days
Parents: John D. Bassett and Julia Beldon
Married to Jaone Olive Bassett

1900 Federal Census of Norfolk, Litchfield County, Connecticut (12 Jun 1900)
John D. Bassett - 42 - M - Jan 1858 - CT-CT-CT - Head - Banker
Alice E. - 34 - F - Jan 1866 - CT-CT-CT - Wife
Joseph E. - 11 - M - Nov 1888 - CT-CT-CT - Son - At School
Mary D. - 10 - F - Dec 1889 - CT-CT-Ct - Daughter - At School
Emma S. - 7 - F - Sep 1892 - CT-CT-CT - Daughter - At School
(Married 3? years, 3 children, 3 living)

1900 Federal Census of German Township, Adams County, Washington (2 Jun 1900)
John D. Bassett - 42 - M - Jan 1858 - CT-CT-CT - Head - Capitalist
Alice O. - 34 - F - Jun 1866 - CT-CT-CT - Wife
Joseph E. - 11 - M - Nov 1888 - CT-CT-CT - Son - At School
Emma S. - 7 - F - Sep 1892 - CT-CT-CT - Daughter - At School

1930 Federal Census of Okanogan, Okanogan County, Washington (5 Apr 1930)
Joseph E. Bassett - 41 - M - CT-CT-CT - Head - Cashier Bank
J. Olive - 38 - F - PA-WL-EN - Wife (WL - Wales)
Joseph E. Jr. - 5 - M - WA-CT-PA - Son
Mary Grace - 3 - F - WA-CT-PA - Daughter
(Living at 62 Fifth Avenue South)
(Married at 32 & 29) 
Bassett, Joseph Elliot (I2057)
 
46393 Washington Death Certificate
Leroy Bassett
Died: March 21, 1949 in Raymond, Pacific County, Washington
Age: 65 years
Parents: Byran Bassett and Lorenza Leach

1900 Federal Census of Granite Precinct, Lewis County, Washington (26 Jun 1900)
Byron Bassett - 53 - M - Feb 1847 - NY-VT-NY - Head - Farmer
Lorenzo - 51 - F - Dec 1848 - NY-PA-NY - Wife
Leroy C. - 16 - M - Jul 1883 - WA-NY-NY - Son - At school
Ina V. - 11 - F - Sep 1888 - WA-NY-NY - Daughter - At school
(Married 34 years, 5 children, 5 living)

1910 Federal Census of Chehalis, Lewis County, Washington (22 Apr 1910)
Byron Bassett - 63 - M - NY-NY-NY - Head - Farmer - Own Farm
Lorenza - 61 - F - PA-NY-PA - Wife
Inez - 21 - F - PA-NY-PA - Daughter
(Married 41 years, 5 children, 5 living)
Living next door
Leroy Bassett - 25 - M - PA-NY-PA - Head - Mail Carrier - City Delivery

1920 Federal Census of Willapa, Pacific County, Washington (9 Jan 1920)
Frank Bassett - 42 - M - PA-PA-NY - Head - Laborer Janitor at School
Carrie - 39 - F - IL-NY-OH - Wife
Guy - 5 - M - BC-PA-IL - Son
Earnest - 2-7/12 - M - WA-PA-IL - Son
Living next door
Leroy Bassett - 36 - M - PA-PA-NY - Head - Laborer Saw Mill
Estell - 26 - F - MI-IN-OH - Wife
Orville - 7 - M - WA-PA-MI - Son
Erdine - 5 - F - WA-PA-MI - Daughter
Alvie R. - 1-4/12 - M - WA-PA-MI - Son 
Bassett, LeRoy Orville (I85)
 
46394 Washington Death Certificate
Robert Ralph Bassett
Died: 10 Apr 1928 in Centralia, Lewis County, Washington
Age: 52 years, 3 months, 23 days
Parents: James C. Bassett and Sara Shean

The Chehalis Bee-Nugget, Friday, April 13, 1928
Robert R. Bassett
Robert R. Bassett died Tuesday morning at a Centralia hospital after three weeks' illness. He was 52 years of age and had been a resident of Lewis county most of the time since 1889, coming here with his parents from Canada. His youth and earlier years were spent in Chehalis where he was well known. For several years he made his home in Aberdeen. Four years ago he returned to Chehalis and had conducted a barber shop in this city until his business was destroyed by fire in the Moore block a few weeks ago. His aged mother, Mrs. J.C. Bassett and a brother, Charles Bassett live in Tacoma; a sister, Mrs. Mortimer Dunning at Silverton, Ore., another brother, Wm. Bassett, is a well known Centralia business man. Funeral services were held at Centralia yesterday.

1881 Canadian Census of Sarnia, Lambton, Ontario, Canada
John Bassett - 27 - M - Ontario - Irish - Carpenter - Weslyan Methodist
Sarah - 28 - F - Ontario - Irish - Weslyan Methodist
Robert - 5 - M - Ontario - Irish - Weslyan Methodist
John - 3 - M - Ontario - Irish - Weslyan Methodist
Kate - 1 - M - Ontario - Irish - Weslyan Methodist

1900 Federal Census of Chehalis, Lewis County, Washington (9 Jun 1900)
James Bassett - 48 - M - Mar 1852 - CN-IR-CN - Head - Carpenter
Sarah - 48 - F - Sep 1851 - CN-IR-NY - Wife
Robert - 24 - M - Dec 1875 - CN-CN-CN - Son - Banker
Charles - 22 - M - Apr 1878 - CN-CN-CN - Son - Watchmaker
William - 16 - M - Sep 1883 - NY-CN-CN - Son - Confectioner
(Living on First Street) (Married 20 years, 7 children, 4 living)
(Famly emigrated from Canada to the United States in 1882)

1920 Federal Census of Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington (2 Jan 1920)
Maurice Langhorn (Wd) - 49 - M - TN-VA-TN - Head - Lawyer
Robert Bassett - 44 - M - CN-CN-CN - BrotherL - Retail Salesman
Elma - 41 - F - TN-VA-TN - Sister
Clifford Langhorn - 18 - M - WA-TN-OH - Son 
Bassett, Robert Ralph (I17)
 
46395 Washington Death Certificate
William Bassett
Died: 30 Dec 1945 in Centralia, Lewis County, Washington
Age: 62 years, 3 months, 7 days
Married to Edith Bassett
Parents: John C. Bassett and Sarah

1900 Federal Census of Chehalis, Lewis County, Washington (9 Jun 1900)
James Bassett - 48 - M - Mar 1852 - CN-IR-CN - Head - Carpenter
Sarah - 48 - F - Sep 1851 - CN-IR-NY - Wife
Robert - 24 - M - Dec 1875 - CN-CN-CN - Son - Banker
Charles - 22 - M - Apr 1878 - CN-CN-CN - Son - Watchmaker
William - 16 - M - Sep 1883 - NY-CN-CN - Son - Confectioner
(Living on First Street) (Married 20 years, 7 children, 4 living)
(Famly emigrated from Canada to the United States in 1882)

1910 Federal Census of Centralia, Lewis County, Washington (22 Apr 1910)
William Bassett - 26 - M - NY-CN-CN - Head
Edith - 21 - F - MN-SW-SW - Wife
Harold L. - 2 - M - WA-NY-MN - Son
Edward W. - 2/12 - M - WA-NY-MN - Son
(Married 3 years, 2 children, 2 living) (SW - Sweden)

1920 Federal Census of Centralia, Lewis County, Washington (7 Jan 1920)
William Bassett - 36 - M - US-US-US - Head - Owner Confecty & News
Edith - 30 - F - MN-SW-SW - Wife
Harold - 12 - M - WA-US-MN - Son
Edward - 9 - M - WA-US-MN - Son
(216 North Tower Avenue) (SW - Sweden)

1930 Federal Census of Fords Prairie, Lewis County, Washington (30 Apr 1930)
William Bassett - 46 - M - NY-CN-CN - Head - Proprietor Confectionary Store
Edith P. - 41 - F - MN-SW-SW - Wife
Harold - 22 - M - WA-NY-MN - Son
Edward - 20 - M - WA-NY-MN - Son - Musician Orchestra
Hanna Paulson (Wd) - 72 - F - SW-SW-SW - MotherL - Housekeeper Private House
(Hanna married at 19, William and Edith, married at 26 & 21) (SW - Sweden)

The Chehalis Bee-Nugget, Friday, April 13, 1928
Robert R. Bassett
Robert R. Bassett died Tuesday morning at a Centralia hospital after three weeks' illness. He was 52 years of age and had been a resident of Lewis county most of the time since 1889, coming here with his parents from Canada. His youth and earlier years were spent in Chehalis where he was well known. For several years he made his home in Aberdeen. Four years ago he returned to Chehalis and had conducted a barber shop in this city until his business was destroyed by fire in the Moore block a few weeks ago. His aged mother, Mrs. J.C. Bassett and a brother, Charles Bassett live in Tacoma; a sister, Mrs. Mortimer Dunning at Silverton, Ore., another brother, Wm. Bassett, is a well known Centralia business man. Funeral services were held at Centralia yesterday. 
Bassett, William Beale (I20)
 
46396 Washington Death Certificate
William Henry Bassett
Died: 23 Oct 1941 in Grandview, Yakima County, Washington
Age: 94 years, 20 days
Married to Ellen
Parents: William Henry Bassett and Charlotte Johns

1860 Federal Census of Edwards County, Illinois
William Bassett - 43 - M - England - Brickmaker 1500 300
Charlotte - 47 - F - England
Alfred - 19 - M - Illinois
George - 17 - M - Illinois
Harriet - 15 - F - Illinois
William H. - 13 - M - Illinois
Ellen - 11 - F - Illinois
Emma - 10 - F - Illinois
Thomas - 8 - M - Illinois
Elizabeth - 6 - F - Illinois
Benjamin White - 19 - M - England - Laborer

1870 Federal Census of Edwards County, Illinois
William Bassett - 53 - M - England - Brickmaker 2,000 600
Charlotte - 58 - F - England - Keeping House
Alfred - 29 - M - Illinois - Brickmaker
William H. - 23 - M - Illinois - Farmer
Thomas R. - 18 - M - Illinois - Farmer
Sarah M. Gay - 15 - F - Indiana 
Bassett, William Henry (I37)
 
46397 Washington Democrat, Mon., Apr. 24, 1911, p1, col 7.

Mary A. Wykoff Died Sunday
Mary A. Wykoff, wife of James W. Wykoff, a farmer living a short distance west of the city, died Sunday after a three weeks' illness. She was badly burned on the arms some time ago and the injury, along with affection of the brain, is said to have caused her death. Mrs. Wykoff was born on a farm a short distance north of Washington on March 10, 1840, and was seventy one years old. She was the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Elias Robinson. Fifty one years ago last Christmas she was married to James W. Wykoff and six children were born. Only one chil still lives. That is a son, Elijah Wykoff, of Jefferson, Oklahoma. Besides her husband she leaves one brother, William Robinson of Garden City, Kansas, one half-brother, Richard Robinson, and two half-sisters, Mrs. George Brown and Mrs. Samuel Smith.
The funeral will be held at the residence Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, and burial will be made at Oak Grove Cemetery. The Rev. Hayden H. Allen will officiate at the funeral. Mrs. Wykoff was a member of the Cumberland church.

Washington Herald, Mon., Apr. 24, 1911, p1, col 4.
Accidental Burns Hastens Death
Mrs. Mary A. Wykoff, Wife of James W. Wykoff, Passes Away.

Mrs. Mary A. Wykoff, seventy one years old, and the wife of James W. Wykoff, an influential and prominent farmer of Washington township, died at her home northwest of Washington at 11 o'clock Sunday night. The health of Mrs. Wykoff has been failing for sometime, but about three weeks ago she was severely burned about the arms in an accident and these injuries hastened her death. The maiden of of Mrs. Wykoff was Robinson. She was born in Daviess county and had lived in the county all her life. Six children were born to the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Wykoff, which took place December 25, 1858. One of these, Elijah Wykoff of Oklahoma, is living. Mrs. Wykoff was a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian church. The funeral services will be held from the family home Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, with the Rev. H.H. Allen, pastor of the First Methodist church, officiating. Burial will be at Oak Grove Cemetery. 
Robinson, Mary Ann (I31)
 
46398 Washington Missourian
May 7, 2008
Marion L. “Bud” Bassett
Marion L. “Bud” Bassett, 81, Gray Summit, passed away Wednesday, April 30, 2008.
Mr. Bassett was born March 29, 1927, in Henderson County, Kentucky.
He was married to Maxine Lytle April 6, 1951, in Spottsville, Kentucky.
Mr. Bassett was preceded in death by his parents; one brother, Robert C. Bassett; and two sisters, Margaret Graham and Helen Armstrong.
He is survived by two daughters, Andrea San Paolo and husband Timothy, Springfield, and Patricia Siemer and husband Glenn, St. Louis; one son, David Bassett and wife Donna, Pacific; one sister, Ruth Dean Bassett, Owensboro, Kentucky; seven grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; nieces; nephews; other relatives and many friends.
Funeral services were held Monday, May 5, at Bell Funeral home, Pacific.
Interment was in Brush Creek Cemetery, Gray Summit.
The family was served by Bell Funeral Home, Pacific.

St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Missouri
May 3, 2008
Marion “Bud” Bassett
Marion “Bud” Bassett, 81, Gray Summit, Missouri, April 30, 2008. Visitation Sunday, May 4, 2-6 p.m. & Service Monday, 11 a.m. Bell Funeral Home, Pacific, Missouri.

1930 Federal Census of Spottsville, Henderson County, Kentucky (9 Apr 1930)
Ila Bassett - 31 - M - KY-KY-KY - Head - Laborer General Farm
Ruth - 29 - F - KY-KY-KY - Wife
Helen J. - 8 - F - KY-KY-KY - Daughter
Marion - 3 - M - KY-KY-KY - Son
Robert C. - 5/12 - M - KY-KY-KY - Son
(Married at 22 & 20) 
Bassett, Marion L. (Bud) (I2810)
 
46399 Washington Missourian
May 7, 2008
Marion L. “Bud” Bassett
Marion L. “Bud” Bassett, 81, Gray Summit, passed away Wednesday, April 30, 2008.
Mr. Bassett was born March 29, 1927, in Henderson County, Kentucky.
He was married to Maxine Lytle April 6, 1951, in Spottsville, Kentucky.
Mr. Bassett was preceded in death by his parents; one brother, Robert C. Bassett; and two sisters, Margaret Graham and Helen Armstrong.
He is survived by two daughters, Andrea San Paolo and husband Timothy, Springfield, and Patricia Siemer and husband Glenn, St. Louis; one son, David Bassett and wife Donna, Pacific; one sister, Ruth Dean Bassett, Owensboro, Kentucky; seven grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; nieces; nephews; other relatives and many friends.
Funeral services were held Monday, May 5, at Bell Funeral home, Pacific.
Interment was in Brush Creek Cemetery, Gray Summit.
The family was served by Bell Funeral Home, Pacific. 
Bassett, Andrea (I2836)
 
46400 Washington Missourian
May 7, 2008
Marion L. “Bud” Bassett
Marion L. “Bud” Bassett, 81, Gray Summit, passed away Wednesday, April 30, 2008.
Mr. Bassett was born March 29, 1927, in Henderson County, Kentucky.
He was married to Maxine Lytle April 6, 1951, in Spottsville, Kentucky.
Mr. Bassett was preceded in death by his parents; one brother, Robert C. Bassett; and two sisters, Margaret Graham and Helen Armstrong.
He is survived by two daughters, Andrea San Paolo and husband Timothy, Springfield, and Patricia Siemer and husband Glenn, St. Louis; one son, David Bassett and wife Donna, Pacific; one sister, Ruth Dean Bassett, Owensboro, Kentucky; seven grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; nieces; nephews; other relatives and many friends.
Funeral services were held Monday, May 5, at Bell Funeral home, Pacific.
Interment was in Brush Creek Cemetery, Gray Summit.
The family was served by Bell Funeral Home, Pacific. 
Bassett, Patricia (I2837)
 

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