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Hannah Cole Bassett
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Birth: Jun. 5, 1791
Berkshire County
Massachusetts, USA
Death: 1864
Ashtabula County
Ohio, USA

Hannah COLE b.June 5, 1791 in Dalton MA. d. 1864 dau of Justin COLE (COWLES) m. Dalton MA. 1809-1810 Nathan BASSETT b, abt 1889 in MA. d. Feb 1 1870 age 81 yrs 4 mns 22 dys son of Nathan BASSETT

Nathan and Hannah Had several children 5 of which were:
1)William Cole BASSETT b. 1810 Berkshire county, MA.d.1883 m. Ashtabula 5 Jul 1835 Lavina Martha GREENWOOD b. 1813 d. 1910
2)Julia BASSETT b. abt 1814 MA. m. May 28 1832 Daniel R. CORNELL b. abt 1811 CT.
3)Esther BASSETT b. abt 1820 m. 26 Dec 1838 SUMNER CONANT b. abt 1805 a shoe maker
4)Maria E BASSETT b. abt 1822 d. June 10, 1844 aged 23 ys 2 ms
5)Solomon N. BASSETT b. abt 1829 m. 21 Dec 1848 Almira FRANKLIN moved to Califonia by circa 1860

Pioneer Women of Dorset 1808-1850

"March, 1822, Nathan BASSETT, from Dalton, Berkshire county, Mass., came, Mrs. BASSETT was Hannah COLE, and she spun, wove, braided hats, they raised flax and flocks, and supplied her family with clothing. She was the first Disciple in town to join that church." 
Family links: 
  Justin Cole (1751 - 1829)
  Julia Bassett Cornell (1812 - 1885)*
  Mary E Bassett Conant (1818 - 1880)*
  Maria E Bassett (1821 - 1844)*
  Justin Cole (1787 - 1838)*
  Hannah Cole Bassett (1791 - 1864)
  Oner Cowells/Cole Holden (1802 - 1877)*
*Calculated relationship
Dorset Cemetery
Ashtabula County
Ohio, USA
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Record added: Nov 13, 2008
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