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Re: Harris Hartwell BASS, b ca 1875 in NASH
Posted by: Sandy Date: January 24, 2001 at 08:49:52
In Reply to: Re: Harris Hartwell BASS, b ca 1875 in NASH by JOHN BASS of 960

John, I don't know what to tell you. You've got me thoroughly confused. My best suggestion is to look back over things to see if some of the generations of Harris Hartwell Basses have become mixed-up in the process of research.
Thus far, I know of three Harris Hartwell Basses, and from the looks of it, they are father (1877?-1937), then son (b 1902-whose 1935 death cert lists cause as suicide), then a grandson. There could be more generations of Harris Hartwell Basses for all I know.

I just think I need to find the father of the Annie B. Hayle/Hoyle who was apparently the first wife of the eldest of the above three Harris Hartwell Basses.
It just strikes me as a bit odd that Harris Hartwell Bass married an Anna Blanche Hale and they then had a son named Harris Hartwell Bass who married an E. Blanche Hale.
But maybe that's precisely what happened.
All I know is the 1900 census lists her as Annie B., age 23, and her mother and sister's surnames could be either Hayle or Hoyle.
I figure one way to make sure whether that mother (Annie B.) was a Hayle or a Hoyle is to find her father. Her mother's name was Emma J. and her sister was Emily F. Maybe a Hale/Hayle or a Hoyle researcher can help put a name on Annie's father.
Meanwhile, best of luck with your research.


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