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A photo of the obituary of Rosie Bass.
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Jan 4, 1909 - Nov 27, 1994
Added Jan 31 by: A. Beauchamp
A. Beauchamp
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A photo of Rosie Bass and family
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Jan 4, 1909 - Nov 27, 1994
Added Jan 31 by: A. Beauchamp
A. Beauchamp
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A photo of Rosie Bass
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Jan 4, 1909 - Nov 27, 1994
Added Jan 31 by: A. Beauchamp
A. Beauchamp
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A photo of Ricky Earl Cobb and family
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Jul 10, 1953 - Jul 1, 1994
Added Dec 21, 2017 by: Heather Jones
Heather Jones
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Yakov was sadly murdered at a mass killing while imprisoned in the ghetto at Minsk, Belarus in 1941 at age 4 years.
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Jan 1, 1937 - 1941
Added Feb 5, 2017 by: Alyssa McIntosh
Alyssa McIntosh
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A photo of Maribeth Lawrence Bass
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Aug 9, 1933 - May 21, 2014
Added May 6, 2016 by: John Bass
John Bass
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A photo of Glendine (Bass) Abbott and Jerry J. Abbott
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c. 1919 - Unknown
Added Jun 18, 2015 by: Stacy Smith
Stacy Smith
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A photo of Jacqueline Lee Bass Nemeth
Added Jun 17, 2015 by: David Nemeth
David Nemeth
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A photo of the Bass family. Rentz E. Bass is on the far right.
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Feb 15, 1884 - May 19, 1968
Added Jan 22, 2015 by: Stacy Smith
Stacy Smith
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These were my great grandparents, Rentz E. Bass and Julia Rhoades Bass sometime in the 60's
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Unknown - Unknown
Added Jul 31, 2014 by: Stacy Smith
Stacy Smith
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This is my Grandfather in the Army.
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Nov 16, 1929 - Nov 13, 1997
think this might have been took in Oklahoma
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Unknown - Unknown
Added Mar 11, 2014 by: Teresa Fleming
Teresa Fleming
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Pency Dora Bass daughter of Willis T. Bass, Son of WIllis Bass son of Andrew Bass son of Richard E. Bass son of Richard Bass son of John Bass.
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Unknown - Unknown
Added Jan 1, 2014 by: Jennifer Butters
Jennifer Butters
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circa 1862, Mary Jane Carr Bass with her husband William Everett Bass
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Unknown - Unknown
Added Oct 29, 2013 by: Gary Gray
Gary Gray
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William "Bill" Joseph Bass (1860 Darlington Co., SC - 1948 Faulkner Co., AR) was child of Jesse Boswell Bass & Frances Rhodes. He married Josephine Gibbs in 1881.
Jesse Boswell Bass, Jr (1863 Darlington Co., SC - 1943 Holland, Faulkner, AR) was child of Jesse Boswell Bass & Frances Rhodes. http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=howardwatson&id=I419
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Unknown - Unknown
Margaret Lou Bass (1876-1958) was child of Jesse Boswell Bass & Frances Rhodes. She married to Zachary Taylor Newberry. http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=howardwatson&id=I423
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Unknown - Unknown
Added Jan 15, 2012 by: Brenda Watson
Brenda Watson
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Jesse Boswell Bass was born Sep 1835 in Darlington County, South Carolina to Josiah Bass & Sarah Boswell. He married Frances Rhodes 1853 in Darlington County, South Carolina. He died Jan 1901 in Holland, Faulkner, Arkansas. http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=howardwatson&id=I479
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Queenie was born to Jesse Boswell Bass & Frances Rhodes 13 Jun 1861 in Darlington County, South Carolina. She married Lycurgus Worth Ruple 10 Aug 1854 in Claiborne Parish, Louisiana. She died in Faulkner Co, Arkansas 13 Jun 1919. http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=howardwatson&id=I1239
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Unknown - Unknown
This is a photo of Wiley August Bass Sr Obit added by Becky Gallimore on August 1, 2010.
Added Aug 1, 2010 by: Becky Gallimore
Becky Gallimore
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This is a photo of Obit of NELSON IVES BASS, SR. added by Becky Gallimore on August 1, 2010.
Added Aug 1, 2010 by: Becky Gallimore
Becky Gallimore
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This is a photo from my great grandmothers photos.It may be related to the Bass or Maples family of NC.
Added Jun 18, 2009 by: Rene Sturgis
Rene Sturgis
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I don't really know anything about this photo,I was told that it may be from the Maples or Bass family of NC.It was from my great grandmother Genie Maples photos,her father was William Julius Maples and her mother was Hollie Bass.They were from the Anson and Union,NC area.Hollie Bass's father was David H. Bass and her mother was Margaret Ann Maness.Any help would be great.
Added Nov 15, 2008 by: Rene Sturgis
Rene Sturgis
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Round Rock Cemetery is located on Sam Bass Road. Among those buried here are Sam Bass and his fellow gangmember, Seaborn Barnes, on the far left side of the cemetery, and Williamson County Texas Deputy Sheriff Alijah W. Grimes, on the right side of the cemetery. Grimes and Barnes were both shot dead in the gun battle that took place July 19, 1878, when Grimes asked Bass, Barnes, and Frank Murphy to hand over their concealed guns, in Koppel's General Store. Sam died two days later on his 27th birthday, from the wounds he received in that gun battle. Frank Murphy escaped and was never apprehended.
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Jul 21, 1851 - Unknown
This is the full view of Sam Bass's gray granite tombstone erected by the Sam Bass Historical Foundation. A closer view follows in the next picture. Sam Bass was eulogized in his day because he was known as the "Robin Hood of the West." He rewarded those who did things for him, e.g., with a gold coin or a gold bar. As a result of his reputation, people would give posses who were looking for him, the wrong directions as to which way he was riding, to help him elude them. After he was fatally wounded in a gunbattle with the law in downtown Round Rock, he escaped with the help of his pal Frank Jackson, but finally had to give up due to the excruciating pain he was suffering. At his request, he was left sitting against a tree beside a road. Possees raced back and forth past him on the road and then finally stopped to question him. He told them their search was over, that he was Sam Bass. The other reason he was eulogized is because, during hours of interrogation, he would not tell where his fellow gang members were. Many books and articles have been written about him and still are. I have more notes about him, his birth family and relatives on www.rootsweb.com on my sites bcarl41 and bcarl112, because he was my first cousin, thrice removed. After I viewed his tombstone, I said a prayer for him and told him on behalf of the family I was sorry his life had turned out the way it did.
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Jul 21, 1851 - Unknown
Added Apr 21, 2006 by: BettyJane Carl
BettyJane Carl
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This is a close up of Sam Bass's newer tombstone. It was erected by the Sam Bass Historical Foundation of Round Rock, Texas, replicating the original tombstone purchased by Sarah [Sally] Bass, one of Sam's sisters, which tombstone was time after time chiseled away by souvenier hunters. After his name, it reads: "Samuel Bass, Born July 21, 1831, Died July 21, 1878, Age 27 Years. A brave man reposes in death here. Why was he not true?" The remnant of the original tombstone or at least a prior one to this one is behind this one, and can be better seen in my picture of the tombstone of Seaborn Barnes, which stands to the left of Sam's. In my recent readings, I found one source that claimed Sam had no brothers. This is untrue: He had five brothers, as well as four sisters. Daniel and Elizabeth (Sheeks) Bass's ten children had been, in the order of their birth: Solomon [who died in infancy], Isaac [who died in infancy], George W., Euphemia, Clarissa, Samuel, John L., Bess Mary, Sarah [Sally], and Denton. Sam's mother died 3 June 1861, and his father 20 Feb 1864, widowing his second wife, Margaret Newkirk. Daniel and Elizabeth were both buried at the Woodville Cemetery in Burrows, Carroll Co, Indiana. Sam and his other underage siblings were then raised by their Uncle David Sheeks. Denton once wrote Sam in Texas begging to join him, but Sam forbade it, saying Texas would not be a good place for him.
Added Apr 21, 2006 by: BettyJane Carl
BettyJane Carl
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According to Ancestry's OneWorldTree, Seaborn Barnes was the son of John S. Barnes and Martha Cannon. His father's parents were not named but his mother's were as well as several other generations of Cannon ancestors. This gray granite tombstone of Seaborn Barnes was erected by the Sam Bass Historical Foundation of Round Rock, Texas. It lies to the left of Sam Bass's tombstone, part of which can be seen here, as well as what is left of Bass's prior tombstone. Seaborn's tombstone gives his name and then reads: "Here lies Seaborn Barnes, a member of the Sam Bass Gang. Born in Cass County, Texas in 1849, he was known as "Seab" or Nubbins Colt. [Ancestry's OneWorldTree gives his birthyear as 1852.] On Friday July 19, 1878 at 4:15 P.M. he was shot through the head as he fled supplies store located next to Millers Exchange Bank on Main Street, Round Rock, following the killing of Deputy A. W. Grimes, & the wounding of Deputy Maurice Moore. The fatal shot was fired by Texas Ranger Richard C. Ware. 'He was right bower to Sam Bass.'"
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1849 - Unknown
Added Apr 21, 2006 by: BettyJane Carl
BettyJane Carl
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This building has the exact address (101 East Main Street), reported to be that of Koppel's General Store that Sam Bass and his gang entered to buy supplies and to case the bank nearby. Today it is a coffee shop. I do not know whether it has the same style as the original building. A. W. Grimes, the Williamson County Deputy Sheriff, was whistling when he entered the store, and while approaching the men, because they appeared to be carrying guns, which was against the law in town, was shot dead when he inquired about them. Deputy Moore was waiting at the door and others outside. When the gang members tried to escape, and wounded Moore, a gun battle ensued, spilling out into the street. Before he could escape, one of Sam's fellow gang members, Seaborn Barnes, was shot dead outside the store. Sam was badly injured, but was helped onto a horse by fellow gang member, Frank Jackson, and rode a distance out of town, before giving up. He was placed by a tree by the road, unable to go any further, eventually found and arrested, dying two days later.
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Jul 21, 1851 - Unknown
This building is located in downtown Round Rock, Texas at 118 East Main Street, which is reported to have been the address of the Miller's Exchange Bank that Sam Bass and his gang planned to rob July 19, 1878. Instead of being next door to the general store they had entered to get supplies and to case the bank, as most other sources claim, this building is across the street, at the other end of the block. Today it is a restaurant. I do not know whether the building has the same style as the original building had.
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Jul 21, 1851 - Unknown
Added Apr 21, 2006 by: BettyJane Carl
BettyJane Carl
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This is a copy of a letter kept in the Sheeks family. It may have actually been written by Charley Brim. Ca 1875, Sam became the famous leader of a gang of bandits that robbed railroads. Three years later on 21 June 1878, in Round Rock, Williamson Co, TX,he died of wounds suffered in an ambush plotted by Texas Rangers,local law enforcement, and the newest member of his gang, who betrayed him. For more details, see my site at http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=bcarl112&id=I61.
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Jul 21, 1851 - Unknown
This is a copy of a letter kept in the Sheeks family. It may have actually been written by Charley Brim. Ca 1875, Sam became the famous leader of a gang of bandits that robbed railroads. Three years later on 21 June 1878, in Round Rock, Williamson Co, TX,he died of wounds suffered in an ambush plotted by Texas Rangers,local law enforcement, and the newest member of his gang, who betrayed him. For more details, see my site at http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=bcarl112&id=I61.
This is a copy of a letter kept in the Sheeks family. It may have actually been written by Charley Brim. Ca 1875, Sam became the famous leader of a gang of bandits that robbed railroads. Three years later on 21 June 1878, in Round Rock, Williamson Co, TX,he died of wounds suffered in an ambush plotted by Texas Rangers,local law enforcement, and the newest member of his gang, who betrayed him. For more details, see my site at http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=bcarl112&id=I61.
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Jul 21, 1851 - Unknown
Joe (JB) Bass Draft Registration. Joe evidently was living in VA as a coal miner. He gives his place of birth as Shell Creek TN which is where several of my bass family members lived. Anyone with any info about Joe please contact me.
Added Nov 27, 2005 by: Ken Bass
Ken Bass
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William Jasper Bass is my ggrandfather Wiley August,Sr.'s brother. This was taken in Texas, but no date known. William Jasper Bass is my ggrandfather Wiley August, Sr.'s brother. The picture was taken in Texas.
Added Apr 12, 2005 by: Becky Gallimore
Becky Gallimore
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The gravestone is of Wiley August Bass, Sr. my ggrandfather. Born in 1861 in Rankin Co.,Mississippi and moved to Texas that year. He moved to Hubbard Hill Co.,Texas in about 1880. The grave is in Fairview Cemetery in Hill Co.
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1861 - Unknown
Added Apr 12, 2005 by: Becky Gallimore
Becky Gallimore
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Thomas T. Bass and wife Delia H. Orren Bass. Thomas was born 1881 in Carter County TN, Delia was also born in TN. Thomas and Delia are both burried in Eagle Mills Cemetery which is in or near Brunswick NY. Thomas was a preacher in Carter County, TN, Licking County Ohio, and then in Brunswick NY. Thomas and Delia had 5 children; James Carl (last known location was WVA working in a steel mill as a purchasing agent), Earnest Edgar,Dorothy Nell, Thomas Harry, and living Bass. http://www.bassfamiliesofthesouth.com
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1881 - Unknown
Added Apr 8, 2005 by: Ken Bass
Ken Bass
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Description: Dewey Bass SR b.14 April 1905 PA d.24 May 1961 Ala. (Dewey was married to Ethel Pauline Hopson of Carter County TN). Dewey was the Son of William Henry Bass and Susan Evelyn Burnett Bass, and the grandson of James C. Bass. Dewey is burried in Isaacs Cemetery which in located in the Roan Mtn (Buck Mtn) area of Carter County, TN. Info on Dewy's family can be found at: http://www.bassfamiliesofthesouth.com
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Sep 3, 1914 - Unknown
Added Apr 8, 2005 by: Ken Bass
Ken Bass
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