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Basye family of Northumberland Co.,Va.
Posted by: shirley chandler (ID *****4506) Date: November 04, 2008 at 18:41:42
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I am doing research on the Basye family of the USA.It seems like they started out in Va.and went to other states as they migrated to Texas.My research has led me to this county and I am in Texas and can't travel to Va.I need to see if someone in this county does look ups at the library and courthouses.I am needing information on Elizamon Basye and Betsy Cundiff Basye and their children and their parents.My great grandfather was Isaac Basye,born 1816 or there about in Lancaster,Va.and they had a son named Isaac Basye born about that time.Some info points to their son dieing in 1848 but there is no proof that the Isaac that died in 1848 is their son or not.I need some proof as to whether or not my Isaac Basye is their son or not.Can anyone help me with this ? I can't pay a professional to do the research for me but will be glad to pay for any copies you might find for me of any records that will help me with this research.Elizamon and Betsy Cundiff Basye left wills when they died,but I can't get copies of them either, in Lancaster Co.,Va.I have been contacted by a professional researcher about this and he says the wills do exist but he doesn't have the copies of them that I am needing.He sugested that I look in Northumberland county for some leads to the Basye family. Thanks for any help from anyone on this matter.

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