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Splinters from the tree

  • Report of the proceedings of the ... reunion of the Bassett Family Association of America
  • Bassett branches
Serial /Serial with Digital Images
English
New Haven, Connecticut : Bassett Family Association of America, 1897-
v.
No. 1 (Sept 1897) -

Notes

For select digitized issues and other information, see the Web site: http://www.bassettbranches.org/index.shtml (viewed 16 May 2008).

Frequency varied: Annual (early). Five per year (2003). Eight per year (2004). Monthly (2005 - present).

Editor: [Early editor unknown]; Jeffrey N. Bassett.

Title varies: Report of the proceedings of the ... reunion of the Bassett Family Association of America, and Bassett branches. Title changed to "Splinters from the tree" with June 2006 issue.

Publication information for the current newsletter, entitled "Splinters from the tree" come from the Bassett Family Association's web site.

Published: New Haven, Connecticut (nos. 1-3); Seymour, Connecticut (no. 4).

The Bassett Family Organization of America was first founded in West Haven, Connecticut in September 1897, and reorganized later by Jeffery Bassett. Headquarters are in New Haven, Connecticut. To view some digitized issues, and for other information, see their Web site.

Back issues available on microfiche.

Reports of reunions held among the Bassett descendants who came mainly from England, Ireland, and France. Immigrant ancestors include: William Bassett of Plymouth, Massachusetts, who arrived on the Fortune in 1621; William Bassett of Lynn, Massachusetts, who arrived on the Abigail in 1635; Thomas Bassett of Fairfield, Connecticut, who arrived on the Christian in 1635; William Bassett (d. 1684) of New Haven, Connecticut, who arrived in 1635; and John Bassett (d. 1652) who settled in 1643/1643, at New Haven, Connecticut. In addition to the New England Bassetts, many Southern Bassetts descend from Thomas Bassett of Virginia, who arrived on the Truelove in 1635, or from Francis Bassett, who first appears in records in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina in 1772 and later settled in Barnwell County, South Carolina. Other descendants also lived in Australia, New Zealand, and in Iowa, Michigan, New England, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and elsewhere.

Not yet available in PERiodical Source Index (PERSI) at this time. (7 Nov. 2005)

Library has only: Report of the proceedings of the ... reunion of the Bassett Family Association of America, nos. 1-4.

Also available on microfiche and digital images.

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