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I have a lot of information on the Bass Family and thanks to the diligent research of my uncle.
These are my Father's People:
My father, Charles Henry Bass, Jr. (born 1931- 1993) Front Royal, VA
- his father Charles Henry Bass, Sr. (born 1898-1964) Front Royal, VA
- his father Foster Grove Bass (born 1854 in Vermont - died 1938 Front Royal, VA)
- his father - Chester Atgate Bass (born 1818 Batavia, NY- 1898 Orford Grafton, NH. According to the census, he was a Carriage Maker.
-his father Peter Bass (born 1779 Braintree, Norfolk, MA - 1868 Braintree, Orange, VT)
-his father Samuel Bass (born 1747 Braintree, Norfolk, MA -1840 Braintree, Orange, VT)
-his father Samuel Bass (born 1724 Braintree, Norfolk, MA -1807 Quincy, Norfolk, MA)
-his father Samuel Bass (1691 Braintree, Norfolk, MA -1732 New England)
-his father John Bass (1630 Braintree, Norfolk, MA -1716 Braintree, Norfolk, MA) He was married to Abigail Adams
John Bass was a wheelwright and a malster. He was baptized on 18 September 1630 at Saffron Walden, Essex, England. He was the son of Deacon Samuel Bass and Anne Saville Bass. On 13 February 1657 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, John married Ruth Alden, daughter of John Alden and Priscilla Mullins. Their marriage date was recorded as 13 (12) 1657, and was preformed by John Alden of Duxbury. On 21 September 1675 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, John married Hannah (?). The marriage date was recorded as 21 (7) 1675. On 11 May 1694 at Braintree, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, John Bass was mentioned in the will of Deacon Samuel Bass. John Bass left a will on 25 June 1716. He died on Saturday, 12 September 1716 at Quincy, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, at age 85 years, 11 months and 25 days. John's will was proved on 22 October 1716.
-his father Samuel Bass (1588 Walden, Essex, England -1694 Braintree, Norfolk, MA)
The following is written by the Town Clerk, who departing from his usual brief obituaries, notices him as follows:
"Deacon Samuel Bass, aged 94, departed this life upon the 30th day of December 1694, who had bin a Decon of the Church of Braintree for the space of 50 years and was the father and grandfather and great grandfather of a hundred and sixty and two children before he died, the youngest whereof was BenimainBas the son of Joseph Bas and Mary his wife, born seven ays before his death. He represented the town in no less than twelve General Courts, served on important Committees was Selectman innumerable times and active in the Church and all the time continued his farming."
Estate of Samuel Bass:
Inventory of Samuel Bass who deceased 30 Dec. 1694 apprized Jan. 3 1694/5: House & orchard behind it, fresh meadow at the end of it, with kitchen & well £96. Malt house & orchard before it etc. £70. Barn & 2 a. & 2 ae. at head of lot & 1 a. bought of John Dosset & 7 a. in Stoney Field. 60 a. in Captain's Plain £90. 6 a. in Stoney Field £18; 20 a. at ye Farm at ye 4 score acres; 21 a. at ye Farm at Great Island; 18 a. at ye Farm at the ox pasture; 11 a. in 3 parcels at the farm; 4 cows, 8 a. swamp Total £942/1/6; Taken by Samuel Tompson, Samuel Penniman, James Brackett Jan. 31 1694(5). S.P. 13:541.1
From Braintree Records.
his father Humphrey Benjamin Basse (born 1565- Saffron, Walden, Essex, England - 1616 - London, England) Humphrey was also the father of Captain Nathaniel Bass (lots of printed info on him about his coming to Virginia)
his father William Joseph Basse (born 1520 France - 1616 London, Middlesex, England)
My father's mother, Linden Virginia Bolen Brezler Bass (1907-1982) her parents, Albert H. Brezler (1879-1911) and Sadie Clare McCuen Brezler (1887-1911). This is what I know... When Linden was a small child she contracted measles. She passed them on to her mother, Sadie and Sadie died shortly after that. Sadie's parents (Turner Jackson McCuen and his wife, Ida Mae Bolen McCuen) raised Linden after that. Linden was on the 1910 census with Sadie and her grandparents in Baltimore. Albert was living with his mother Mary Brezler in Baltimore on the 1910 Census. Albert died of Tuberculosis in 1911. Albert's parents were Jacob Brezler (1848- about 1900) and Mary Brezler (1849-?). Jacob arrived in Baltimore in 1853 from Wurtenburg, Germany. He crossed on the ship Peter. His parents were Charles Karl Brezler (1807-?) and Margaretha Gross Brezler. Charles Karl's father was Christof Brezler (1773-?) and his mother's name is unknown.
This photo is of my grandfather, Charles Bass, Sr. when he was a baby. He was born in 1898.
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