Louzany Bass

F, #2013, d. after 1821
Father*Jesse Bass d. 1822
Mother*Francis (?)
Relationships2nd cousin 6 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
2nd cousin 6 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsWilliam Basse
WILLIAM BASSE
 Louzany Bass was the daughter of Jesse Bass and Francis (?)
Death*after 1821 She died after 1821 at GA. Lived in Georgia in 1821. 
Last Edited25 Apr 2006

Lucinda Bass

F, #2055, b. 19 April 1808
Father*Isaac Bass d. 5 Sep 1825
Mother*Milly (?) d. 3 Dec 1825
Birth*19 April 1808 Lucinda Bass was born on 19 April 1808 at Edgecomb, NC
 She was the daughter of Isaac Bass and Milly (?)
MARRIAGE*17 April 1828 She married Blake T. Sessums on 17 April 1828. 
Married Name17 April 1828  As of 17 April 1828,her married name was Sessums. 

Family

Blake T. Sessums
Children
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Lucinda Bass

M, #2069, b. 27 May 1838
Father*Turner Bass b. 19 Jan 1807, d. 18 Aug 1873
Mother*Rebecca Mabry d. 6 Apr 1877
Birth*27 May 1838 Lucinda Bass was born on 27 May 1838. 
 He was the son of Turner Bass and Rebecca Mabry
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Lucy Bass

F, #1838, b. circa 1706
Father*John Bass b. 4 Dec 1673, d. 18 Jan 1732
Mother*Love Harris
Relationships7th great-grandaunt of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
7th great-grandaunt of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsWilliam Basse
WILLIAM BASSE
WOODROUGH KIDLET ANCESTORS
Birth*circa 1706 Lucy Bass was born circa 1706.1 
 She was the daughter of John Bass and Love Harris
Last Edited26 Nov 2000

Citations

  1. [S487] John Bass, Documents MVW file.

Lucy Bass1

F, #2037, d. 23 March 1872
MARRIAGE* Lucy Bass married /Bass/ (?)
Death*23 March 1872 She died on 23 March 1872.2 

Family

/Bass/ (?) b. say 1872
Children
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Citations

  1. [S296] Unknown subject unknown repository.
  2. [S295] Unknown subject unknown repository.

Lucy Bass

F, #2095
Father*Samuel Bass Sr. d. 1790
Mother*Elizabeth and Sarah #1 &_#2 (?)
 Lucy Bass was the daughter of Samuel Bass Sr. and Elizabeth and Sarah #1 &_#2 (?)
MARRIAGE* She married /Peebles/ (?)

Family

/Peebles/ (?)
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Lydak Bass

M, #1904
Father*Warren Bass b. c 1755, d. 1806
Mother*(?) (?)
Relationships2nd cousin 6 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
2nd cousin 6 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsWilliam Basse
WILLIAM BASSE
 Lydak Bass was the son of Warren Bass and (?) (?)
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Marion C. Bass

F, #2085, b. 7 April 1877
Father*Robert John Bass b. 1 Mar 1846
Mother*Jennie McKennon
Birth*7 April 1877 Marion C. Bass was born on 7 April 1877.1 
 She was the daughter of Robert John Bass and Jennie McKennon
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Citations

  1. [S305] Unknown subject unknown repository.

Martha Bass

F, #2029
Father*Council Bass d. 1830
Mother*Patty Griffin b. c 1762
Relationships2nd cousin 6 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
2nd cousin 6 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsWilliam Basse
WILLIAM BASSE
 Martha Bass was the daughter of Council Bass and Patty Griffin
MARRIAGE* She married /Mayo/ (?)

Family

/Mayo/ (?)
Last Edited13 May 1999

Martha Helen Bass

F, #2077, b. 3 May 1848, d. 23 January 1872
Father*Turner Bass b. 19 Jan 1807, d. 18 Aug 1873
Mother*Rebecca Mabry d. 6 Apr 1877
MARRIAGE* Martha Helen Bass married Lawrence (?)
Birth*3 May 1848 She was born on 3 May 1848. 
 She was the daughter of Turner Bass and Rebecca Mabry
Death*23 January 1872 She died on 23 January 1872 at age 23.1 

Family

Lawrence (?)
Child
Last Edited4 Feb 2007

Citations

  1. [S303] Unknown subject unknown repository.

Mary Bass

F, #1823, b. 1737
Father*Edward Bass b. 19 Oct 1672, d. 25 Jul 1748
Mother*Lovewell (?) b. 1692, d. a 1750
Relationships1st cousin 9 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
1st cousin 9 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsWilliam Basse
WILLIAM BASSE
Birth*1737 Mary Bass was born in 1737.1 
 She was the daughter of Edward Bass and Lovewell (?)
Last Edited10 Nov 2007

Citations

  1. [S604] Sidney Polley, "Polley," e-mail to MVW, November 2007.

Mary Bass

F, #1839, b. circa 1707
Father*John Bass b. 4 Dec 1673, d. 18 Jan 1732
Mother*Love Harris
Relationships7th great-grandaunt of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
7th great-grandaunt of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsWilliam Basse
WILLIAM BASSE
WOODROUGH KIDLET ANCESTORS
Birth*circa 1707 Mary Bass was born circa 1707.1 
 She was the daughter of John Bass and Love Harris
LANDCONTRA*1732 She purchased land in 1732 Mary born say 1722, received 100 acres on the north side of Urahaw Swamp by her father's will.2 
Last Edited27 Apr 2006

Citations

  1. [S487] John Bass, Documents MVW file.
  2. [S467] Free African Americans, online www.freeafricanamericans.com.

Mary Bass1

F, #2260, b. 15 June 1681
Father*William Bass Sr. b. 29 Mar 1654, d. 13 Aug 1741
Mother*Catherine LANIER b. 1650, d. 17 Feb 1691
Relationships8th great-grandaunt of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
8th great-grandaunt of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsWilliam Basse
WILLIAM BASSE
WOODROUGH KIDLET ANCESTORS
Birth*15 June 1681 Mary Bass was born on 15 June 1681.2 
 She was the daughter of William Bass Sr. and Catherine LANIER
INHEIRTANC*1742  In 1742 at Norfolk, VA, Under her father's will she beat out four brothers for inheiritance. Possibly this is because the brothers had plenty of land and money. Brothers given only tokens. She received all remaining money and personal property, and "my land if she can save it after my death." 
Anecdote*1999  In 1999 She was apparently a spinster as she is mentioned in a certificate as being "spinster daughter of English and nansemun Indian descent with no Admixture of negro, Ethipopoc blood.3 
Last Edited29 Apr 2006

Citations

  1. [S65] The Bass Book.
  2. [S1] Bass Family, Book, 1961 State Archives of Georgia.
  3. [S467] Free African Americans, online www.freeafricanamericans.com.

Mary Francis Bass

F, #2064, b. 12 August 1833
Father*Turner Bass b. 19 Jan 1807, d. 18 Aug 1873
Mother*Rebecca Mabry d. 6 Apr 1877
Birth*12 August 1833 Mary Francis Bass was born on 12 August 1833. 
 She was the daughter of Turner Bass and Rebecca Mabry
MARRIAGE*19 February 1851 She married Henry Sherrod on 19 February 1851. 
Married Name19 February 1851  As of 19 February 1851,her married name was Sherrod. 

Family

Henry Sherrod
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Matthew Bass1

M, #2093
Father*Samuel Bass Sr. d. 1790
Mother*Elizabeth and Sarah #1 &_#2 (?)
 Matthew Bass was the son of Samuel Bass Sr. and Elizabeth and Sarah #1 &_#2 (?)
Last Edited25 Apr 2006

Citations

  1. Lived in Georgia with wife and 2 children in 1772.

Melissa Ann Bass

F, #2066, b. 1 May 1837, d. 24 June 1852
Father*Turner Bass b. 19 Jan 1807, d. 18 Aug 1873
Mother*Rebecca Mabry d. 6 Apr 1877
Birth*1 May 1837 Melissa Ann Bass was born on 1 May 1837. 
 She was the daughter of Turner Bass and Rebecca Mabry
Death*24 June 1852 She died on 24 June 1852 at age 15. 
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Moses N. Bass1

M, #1831, b. circa 1700, d. 1777
Father*John Bass b. 4 Dec 1673, d. 18 Jan 1732
Mother*Love Harris
Relationships7th great-granduncle of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
7th great-granduncle of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsWilliam Basse
WILLIAM BASSE
WOODROUGH KIDLET ANCESTORS
MARRIAGE* Moses N. Bass married Elizabeth (?)
Birth*circa 1700 He was born circa 1700. 
 He was the son of John Bass and Love Harris
Death*1777 He died in 1777 at SC Death and birth date from Gen Forum message #1325. Will dated Feb 28 1777 filed in Prince George Parish, Georgetown District, SC. 
LANDCONTRA*21 November 1752 He purchased land on 21 November 1752 Moses, born say 1728, received land on the north side of Bear Swamp by his father's will. He entered 100 acres on the west side of the Northwest River about 3/4 mile from Raft Swamp including his improvements on 21 November 1752. He was living near "the drains of Drowning Creek" on 1 February 1754 when Robert Carver entered 100 acres there [Philbeck, Bladen County Land Entries, nos. 677, 934]. He was taxable on 3 "white" tithes in Cumberland County, North Carolina, in 1755 [T&C 1], and he received a grant for 100 acres on Raft Swamp in Cumberland County on 21 October 1758 [Hoffman, Land Patents, I:474]. On 19 August 1761 the Cumberland County Court granted permission for the mill he had erected on Raft Swamp to be designated a public grist mill, and the court granted him a license to keep an ordinary [Minutes 1759-65, 70]. In May 1762 he posted bond not to leave the county before the next court to answer a suit by the governor and James Simpson, but he was not mentioned again in the Cumberland County Court Minutes. His estate was settled in Prince George Parish, Georgetown District, South Carolina, on 28 February 1777. His estate mentioned his cousins, Jeremiah and Wright Bass, and Mourning, Sarah, Elizabeth, and Ann Going, children of Jacob Going [South Carolina DB S-5:283, 284]. His estate settlement did not mention any children, but he was probably related to William Bass, head of a Fayetteville, Cumberland County household of 5 "other free" and 1 white woman in 1790 [NC:42]. He may have been the "William Bass a free negro" who was presented by the Granville County Court for living together in fornication and adultery with Patsy House [CR.44.289.19, no date].2 

Family

Elizabeth (?) b. circa 1700
Last Edited26 Jun 2006

Citations

  1. [S248] Unknown subject unknown repository.
  2. [S467] Free African Americans, online www.freeafricanamericans.com.

Mourning Bass

F, #1119, b. circa 1790, d. before 1860
Father*John Bass b. c 1760, d. s 1803
Mother*Charity (?)
Relationships4th great-grandmother of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
4th great-grandmother of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsWilliam Basse
WILLIAM BASSE
WOODROUGH KIDLET ANCESTORS
ReferenceB-49
Birth*circa 1790 Mourning Bass was born circa 1790 at NC.
 She was the daughter of John Bass and Charity (?)
MARRIAGE*circa 1798 She married Federick (Fed) Floyd, son of Thomas Floyd and Ann (?) (?), circa 1798 at Nash, NC, Date is inferred from birthdate of Lucinda who is listed in the Fedrick Floyd Bible.1
FLOYD BIBLE PAGE
Death*before 1860 She died before 1860 at Pulaski County, GA.2 
Anecdote*  From Don Floyd:

The Floyds and their uniqueness

T
he Floyd family is a fascinating study, veiled at times with mystery and often muddled by elfish unpredictability. They are unique. They are rare. They are elusive. But persistent research over a span of 35 years has uncovered some amazing stories about them, who they were, and whom they married.

Still, there are gaps in the story, much like missing pieces from a jigsaw puzzle. When the puzzle is assembled to near completion, the viewer can analyze the shape and size of the missing pieces and gain additional clues to what they are by observing the scenery around them. We consider our book, The Elusive Floyds, a beginning. Future research will reveal more. The Floyds are elusive, but they can be found.

Their greatest talent, it seems, was the ability to marry well. This suggests that they were a handsome and strong lot and were attractive to women needing safety amid unsafe surroundings. And when we say “marry well” we are talking, for example, about an 1803 wedding in North Carolina where Mourning Bass, a descendant from the high wealth of London, married Federick Floyd, a man of humble background. Mourning’s earliest Bass ancestor to make a home in Virginia was John Basse (the original French spelling) along with his Nansemond Indian wife. But Mourning’s rich genealogical trail goes back further to London and to the elite of Northern France.

The Basse family were among the few Europeans to settle in Virginia about 1618 and survive the Powhatan Indian Massacre of 1622 when 347 Englishmen were slain. John had memories of London, but he soon found himself adjusting in Virginia to what circumstances required. During this ongoing lifestyle change, he married the daughter of the king of the militant Nansemond Nation (called tribe today) in 1638 and chose to live with the Nansemonds, thereby enjoying the protection afforded to his Nansemond wife.

As we continue our research today we often find family historical nuggets that are nothing short of phenomenal. One such story features Nathaniel Basse, who in 1616 inherited his father’s stock in The Virginia Company. But that stock was only a very small portion of Humfrey Basse’s overall wealth. He left a will in London that is one of the longest in English history. The stock most likely brought Nathaniel to Virginia for further investment. Before it was over, however, he most likely suffered financial losses. So did The Virginia Company which never turned a profit, and its charter was revoked by King James I.

Beginning about 1622, Nathaniel Basse operated Basse’s Choice, a plantation commonly called a hundred, south of the James River very near present-day Smithfield. He also served in the House of Burgesses in 1623 and 1629, and in the Colonial Council between 1624 and 1629 and was the chief judicial authority in the area of Basse’s Choice. As a member of the House of Burgesses, he was instrumental in developing the model of representation for all future colonies, including Massachusetts. He also traveled, under orders of the governor, to such places as Nova Scotia, Dutch settlements and possibly the West Indies to negotiate trade deals. He was a key figure in early American history but history books have for the most part ignored him.

About 1623, after apparently coming to America from Northern Ireland and possibly having a link to southwestern Scotland, Thomas Floyd lived at West and Sherlow Hundred near Jamestown. Living at West and Sherlow suggests that he was an indentured servant working on the plantation. After examining the records of all Floyds of the 17th century in Virginia and surrounding areas between 1618 and 1700, we conclude that this Thomas Floyd most likely was our first ancestor in Virginia, but we have no proof. Our Floyds became centered in Isle of Wight County, Va. Family oral history says we are Irish, but it is possible that we are Scots-Irish, who lived in Northern Ireland and originally were from Scotland.

One factor that impedes Floyd research is our rarity. The National Geographic’s Genographic Project, an ongoing five-year DNA study of the migration patterns of humans from northeastern Africa over the past 60,000 years, confirmed that our Floyds possess DNA that places us in Haplogroup G, which makes up about 3 percent of the population, and our Floyds make up a small fraction of that 3 percent. There are some Floyds from Ireland who do not share our DNA. And there is one family of Floyds that is neither Irish nor Scottish. It is Welsh. Their original name was ap Lloyd, the gray one, and this name evolved into Floyd. In our case, the Gaelic name Tuile, was anglicized to Flood while under English dominion and evolved into Floyd or Floid possibly because of the way Irishmen pronounced Flood: “flow-id.”

One of the more exciting features of the Floyd story is its link with two men of kinship who put America on a course toward permanency and eventually toward national sovereignty. Nathaniel Basse was one. Another was Basse’s father-in-law Samuel Jordan, who was among a handful of Englishmen involved in saving Jamestown from collapse during its darkest hour about 1610. Three months before The Mayflower, Samuel Jordan in June 1609 boarded The Sea Venture in Plymouth and set sail for the New World. The recently built state-of-the-art vessel was one of eight ships to set sail that day on a mission called The Third Supply, providing new settlers and provisions for a corporation called Virginia.

Six to eight weeks out, the flotilla ran into a powerful storm – assumed to be a hurricane – and was pummeled for almost 48 hours. The Sea Venture could not hold up during the storm because it had a major flaw. Its caulking had not been allowed to thoroughly dry before the ship’s departure at Plymouth. The other seven ships survived and proceeded to Jamestown. The Sea Venture, meanwhile, was foundering somewhere in the unseen distance. Directly, the ship’s master spotted land – the Bermudas – and ordered the ship in that direction. The ship became snared between two coral reefs – which may have been a saving factor for the passengers and crew. The ship never sank and all passengers and crew were believed to have survived. However, there were some deaths on land weeks to months after the passengers and crew went ashore.

A star in the making in the Bermudas was a possible kinsman of Samuel Jordan. He was Sea Venture passenger Sylvester Jourdain, who wrote an account of the storm that bore much similarity to William Shakespeare’s “The Tempest,” but Jourdain wrote his account a good year before Shakespeare staged his play in 1611. If Shakespeare used Jourdain’s material, which was published and widely available in London as early as 1610, he did not plagiarize but simply used a journalistic account as a basis for his story. He also could have drawn from at least one other account. Both Jordan and Jourdain originally were from Dorsetshire.

Samuel Jordan and the rest in the Bermudas undertook to build two small ships from Sea Venture salvage and from such native resources as cedar. It took 10 months or so to finish the two ships and then set sail for Jamestown in 1610. Samuel Jordan and the others apparently had lived in a healthy environment in the Bermudas. After arriving in Jamestown, they were shocked by what they saw: blank stares, emaciated bodies, disarray, and a seeming desire to flee the misery of life. Of a one-time population of about 500, only 50 or so were left, and they were planning to set sail for England the next day. But Samuel Jordan and his associates were able to revive their spirits, provide food for the hungry and comfort the sick. Within a few days, the 50 were feeling good about staying in Virginia. It was one of the most important developments in American history. Without it, today’s America most likely would not exist. Instead, Spain likely would rule. It is reported that Spain had already used spies and poison against Jamestown.

There is much more we are sharing in this book about the Floyds and related families, but above all, we are
presenting a human story – a story made up of many human stories. We have, for the most part, shunned lists.
We want to bring you face to face with your ancestors so that you might see who they were and how they lived. After all, when you look in the mirror today, they are there looking back. 
Married Namecirca 1800  As of circa 1800,her married name was Floyd.1 
CENSUS1830*1830 She appeared on the census in 1830 at p.154, Pulaski County, GA; Shown as head of household with 2 males 10-15, 1 male 15-20, 1 female under 5, 2 female 5-10, 1 female 15-20, 2 female 30-40 and one female 40-50 (herself). Her husband must be dead by now.3 
CENSUS18401840 She appeared on the census in 1840 at GA; The 1840 census shows Mourning Bass as head of household that includes the following: 1 male under 5, 3 male 20-30, 4 male 60-70, 2 female 15-20, 20 female under 5, 1 female 20-30, 1 female 30-40 and 1 female 50-60. This was quite a houseful! 
DEED*8 April 1850 She was shown on a deed on 8 April 1850 at Pulaski County, GA., Gift deed from Mourning Floyd to son, Washington J. Floyd, 1850.
Deeds at Archives in Georgia Book L. p. 138 show transfer of land to son Washington J.Floyd. No doubt this was when she came to live with them.
The following is the text of the deed:
Georgia This indenture made this eighth day of April, in Pulaski County the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and fifty, between Mourning Floyed of said county and state of the one part, and Washington J. Floyed of the same place of the other part. Witnesseth that the said Mourning Floyed, for and in consideration of the natural love and affection which she has and bears to her son, Washington J. Floyed, hath given, granted and conveyed unto the said Washington J. Floyed, and by these presents give grant and convey unto the said Washington J. Floyed, his heirs and assigns, all her interest to lots of land lying and being in the twenty first district of formerly Wilkinson, now Pulaski County, known in said district by lots thirty eight and thirty nine, containing forty acres and one half, and also my interest in one other lot owned by Fedrick Floyed in his lifetime in Early, now Decatur County, number not known district not recollected. My interest, one tenth part, to have and to hold said parcels of land unto him the said Washington J. Floyed, his heirs and assigns, together with all and singular, the rights, members, and appurtenances to the same in any manner belonging to his and their own proper use, benefit, and behoof, forever in fee simple after my decease. In testamony the said Mourning Floyed hath hereunto set her hand and affixed her seal the day and year above written. Signed, sealed, and delivered in the presence of, John Giddens & William B. Lister Entered this April 10th 1851

Apparently her son sold the land to Eli T. Mullis who occupied the property around 1880. The 1909 Cochran map shows the location of a house. 
CENSUS1850*20 August 1850 She appeared on the CENSUS on 20 August 1850 at GA; According to AFK "Mourning Bass and Washington J. Floyd lived on the Green Perry farm above Cochran. There is evidence of an old cemetery across the road from the old home which may be where they are buried. This is not documented." She lived in house # 177 with her son and his family.4
OLD TREE AT
FED AND MOURNING FLOYD
GRAVESITE ON OUCHEE ROAD
Mourning deeded her part of the land to her son Washington and went to live with him. I have no idea if they are living on this particular piece of property at the time of the census or if Washington owned other land on which they were living.

Family

Federick (Fed) Floyd b. circa 1779, d. 1825
MARRIAGE*circa 1798 She married Federick (Fed) Floyd, son of Thomas Floyd and Ann (?) (?), circa 1798 at NC Date is inferred from birthdate of Lucinda who is listed in the Fedrick Floyd Bible.1
FLOYD BIBLE PAGE
Children
Last Edited24 Oct 2009

Citations

  1. [S328] Floyd, Bible MVW file.
  2. [S92] Unknown subject Margaret Ann Vollmer.
  3. [S50] 1830 Census;, 0021000000000 1201201.
  4. [S52] 1850 Census;.

Mourning Bass

F, #2015, b. 1801
Father*Augustin Bass Sr. b. 1769, d. 1816
Mother*Lydia (?)
Relationships2nd cousin 6 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
2nd cousin 6 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsWilliam Basse
WILLIAM BASSE
Birth*1801 Mourning Bass was born in 1801. 
 She was the daughter of Augustin Bass Sr. and Lydia (?)
Last Edited20 Aug 1994

Nancy Bass

F, #1896
Father*Jordan Bass d. 1841
Mother*(?) (?)
Relationships2nd cousin 6 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
2nd cousin 6 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsWilliam Basse
WILLIAM BASSE
 Nancy Bass was the daughter of Jordan Bass and (?) (?)
MARRIAGE* She married Riley Pierce
Married Name Her married name was Pierce. 

Family

Riley Pierce
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Nancy Bass

F, #1903
Father*Warren Bass b. c 1755, d. 1806
Mother*(?) (?)
Relationships2nd cousin 6 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
2nd cousin 6 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsWilliam Basse
WILLIAM BASSE
 Nancy Bass was the daughter of Warren Bass and (?) (?)
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Nancy Bass

F, #1906
Father*Jacob Bass Jr. b. a 1774, d. 1810
Mother*(?) (?)
Relationships2nd cousin 6 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
2nd cousin 6 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsWilliam Basse
WILLIAM BASSE
 Nancy Bass was the daughter of Jacob Bass Jr. and (?) (?)
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Nancy Bass

F, #1923
Father*Soloman Bass d. 1807
Mother*(?) (?)
Relationships2nd cousin 6 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
2nd cousin 6 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsWilliam Basse
WILLIAM BASSE
 Nancy Bass was the daughter of Soloman Bass and (?) (?)
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Nancy Bass

F, #1933
Father*Reddick Bass b. 1755, d. 1829
Mother*Obedience Parsons b. c 1754
Relationships2nd cousin 6 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
2nd cousin 6 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsWilliam Basse
WILLIAM BASSE
 Nancy Bass was the daughter of Reddick Bass and Obedience Parsons
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Nancy Bass

F, #2014
Father*Augustin Bass Sr. b. 1769, d. 1816
Mother*Lydia (?)
Relationships2nd cousin 6 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
2nd cousin 6 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsWilliam Basse
WILLIAM BASSE
 Nancy Bass was the daughter of Augustin Bass Sr. and Lydia (?)
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Oren Bass

M, #1922, d. 1830
Father*Soloman Bass d. 1807
Mother*(?) (?)
Relationships2nd cousin 6 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
2nd cousin 6 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsWilliam Basse
WILLIAM BASSE
 Oren Bass was the son of Soloman Bass and (?) (?)
Death*1830 He died in 1830 at TN
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Orren Bass

M, #1874
Father*Jacob Bass Sr. b. 1734, d. 13 Aug 1791
Mother*Ann (?)
Relationships1st cousin 7 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
1st cousin 7 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsWilliam Basse
WILLIAM BASSE
 Orren Bass was the son of Jacob Bass Sr. and Ann (?)
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Parsons Bass

F, #1936, b. after 1774
Father*Reddick Bass b. 1755, d. 1829
Mother*Obedience Parsons b. c 1754
Relationships2nd cousin 6 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
2nd cousin 6 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsWilliam Basse
WILLIAM BASSE
Death* Parsons Bass died at GA.1 
Birth*after 1774 She was born after 1774. 
 She was the daughter of Reddick Bass and Obedience Parsons
Biography*  His name may have come from a friend of the family. His father bought land in Georgia and one of the witnesses was an individual named "A. Persons." - child possibly named for him. 
ADMINISTRA*16 September 1822 She was account administrator on 16 September 1822 at GA. Administrator of a bond from John Gibson. 
Last Edited27 Apr 2006

Citations

  1. [S275] Unknown subject unknown repository.

Patience Bass

F, #1840, b. circa 1710
Father*John Bass b. 4 Dec 1673, d. 18 Jan 1732
Mother*Love Harris
Relationships7th great-grandaunt of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
7th great-grandaunt of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsWilliam Basse
WILLIAM BASSE
WOODROUGH KIDLET ANCESTORS
Birth*circa 1710 Patience Bass was born circa 1710.1 
 She was the daughter of John Bass and Love Harris
LANDCONTRA*1732 She purchased land in 1732 Patience, born say 1726. Her father left her his plantation on the south side of Bear Swamp.2 
Last Edited27 Apr 2006

Citations

  1. [S487] John Bass, Documents MVW file.
  2. [S467] Free African Americans, online www.freeafricanamericans.com.

Penelope Bass

F, #2009
Father*Jesse Bass d. 1822
Mother*Francis (?)
Relationships2nd cousin 6 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
2nd cousin 6 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsWilliam Basse
WILLIAM BASSE
 Penelope Bass was the daughter of Jesse Bass and Francis (?)
MARRIAGE* She married /Wilhight/ (?)

Family

/Wilhight/ (?)
Last Edited17 Aug 1994