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485    BASS FAMILY

      Location - on Wilson Rd (SR-1741) about 1.3 miles from Hwy 701.


      Directions: Take Hwy 701 North to Wilson Rd (SR-1741) Go for about 1.3 miles. The cemetery is on the left in the field.

      Survey compiled by Bradley Lee West, Kenneth Dale Register and Phyllis Jeanette West and published in 2004.


  1. Bass, David Pender   (b. 25 Aug 1873 - d. 4 Jul 1930)
  2. Bass, Dollie   (b. 10 Jan 1875 - d. 7 Mar 1929)
      • Wife of Willie E. Bass.
  3. Bass, Ellen Mae Daughtry   (b. 31 Jan 1883 - d. 8 Jul 1953)
      • Wife of Livie B. Bass.
  4. Bass, Livie B.   (b. 13 Jul 1883 - d. 2 Sep 1942)
  5. Bass, Marvin T.   (b. 1915 - d. 1992)
  6. Bass, Samuel   (b. 16 Dec 1875 - d. 18 Feb 1898)
  7. Bass, Susan Anna   (b. 12 Sep 1887 - d. 23 Sep 1961)
      • Wife of David Pender Bass.
  8. Bass, Willie E.   (b. 20 Mar 1872 - d. 2 Jul 1931)
  9. Hobbs, Mary   (b. 8 Jul 1839 - d. 9 Apr 1907)
      • Wife of William Hobbs.
  10. Hobbs, William   (b. Sep 1839 - d. 8 Nov 1917)
  11. Hollingsworth, Louanna   (b. 15 May 1868 - d. 30 Nov 1928)
      • Wife of Preston Hollingsworth.
  12. Odom, Alex   (b. 1850 - d. 25 Nov 1916)
  13. Odom, Catherine W.   (b. 1854 - d. 5 Mar 1936)
      • Wife of Alex Odom.


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