|Birth: ||Feb. 20, 1893|
|Death: ||Dec. 30, 1958|
William Bass is shown on one census as William M. Bass and another as William B. Bass. If you have documentation for either of these, please let me know. I would like for this memorial to be completely accurate. I also can find no marriage for him and Nola and don't know when he married Flora Wilson.
Son of David Pembleton "Pem" Bass and Amanda Francis (Mandy) Wynn Bass.
Source: 1900 Census Spence, Thomas, Georgia NARA Microfilm 224 pg.3B
Husband of Nora E. Fulford Bass.
U.S. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
Name: Will Bass
Birth Place:Thomas Co. Georgia
Birth Date: 22 Feb 1893
Occupation: Farmer, for self.
Color of Eyes: Blue
Color of Hair: Dark
Grady County Draft Board June 17, 1917
Application for Military Marker
HOBOKEN CASUAL CO
CAMP MERRITT. N.J.
ENLISTED SEPTEMBER 21, 1917
DISCHARGED: FEBRUARY 28, 1919
BORN: FEBRUARY 22 1893
DIED: DECEMBER 30 1958
1920 Census Pilcher Cuna Boy Road, Meigs, Thomas Co., Georgia NARA Microfilm
Willie Bass 27 Head Farmer GA
Nola Bass 28 Wife Hse/wf GA
1940 Census Pelham, Mitchell, Georgia
NARA Microfilm T627_694 pg.1A
Name Age Rel Occ POB
William B Bass 47 Head Farmer GA
Nola E Bass 52 Wife
Loys Bass 19 Son
Mary F Bass 10 Dau
Pelham Journal News
January 1, 1959
William Bass 68 yrs of age and well known Pelham man, died suddenly at his home here Tuesday afternoon.
A Veteran of World War 1, he was a member of the local Leon post and a member of Macedonia Baptist Church.
He is survived by his wife, Flora Wilson Bass, one son L. P. Bass, Two daughters, Mrs. Coy Hart and Mrs. Jessie Gregory of Plant City, Fla. Two stepsons, Thomas Paramore of Sylvester and Pfc William A Hughes of Ft Benning, Ga. 11 grandchildren, 1 great grandchild; Three brothers, Lonnie and Alton of Pelham and Jim Bass of Meigs. His five sisters are, Mrs. Sam Johnson of Pelham, Mrs. Grace Rollins of Ochlocknee, Mrs. Oscar Owens of Meigs, Mrs Roy Miller of Thomasville and Mrs. Ray Morrell of Pelham.
Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon at the Macedonia Baptist Church with the Rev. A. J. Cook and Rev Jack Alderman officiating.
Pallbearers were members of Smith-Spence American Legion Post.
Braswell Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.
David Pembleton Bass (1868 - 1930)
Amanda Frances Wynn Bass (1873 - 1946)
Nola E. Fulford Bass (1892 - 1946)
Mace Edwards Bass (1918 - 1919)*
Loys Pearl Bass (1920 - 1994)*
Lonie Alma Bass Rollins (1889 - 1979)*
Lonnie David Bass (1890 - 1975)*
William Bass (1893 - 1958)
James Otis Bass (1894 - 1971)*
Lois Agnes Bass Morrell (1913 - 1999)*
US ARMY WORLD WAR I
CO H HOBOKEN CASUAL CO
FEBRUARY 22 1893 DECEMBER 30 1958
Macedonia Baptist Church Cemetery
Maintained by: Find A Grave
Originally Created by: Winnette
Record added: Oct 13, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 30562567
In memory of one who served to protect his family and his home.-|
Added: Oct. 13, 2008