|Death: ||Jan. 9, 1923|
Bassett is spelled with an "e" per Heather Bassett (wife of Carl & Bertha's g-grandson.
Bertha McGuire Bassitt, widowed daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank McGuire, died early Tuesday morning at the family home at Dora, in the 31 year of her life. She had been in failing health nearly two years though after a severe illness of three weeks death came quite unexpectedly. Mrs. Bassitt was twice married. Her first husband was Charlie Cox, to whom she was married in 1907. He met his death four years afterwards on the yard at the acid plant. Two children were born to them, Howard, age 14, and Ethel, age 12, who now survived her. In 1914 she married Carl Bassitt, who four years ago died during the flu epidemic. From this marriage two children survive her, Richard, 8, and Carley Allen, 6. Mrs. Bassitt was a member of the Apostolic church and a devoted mother. The family have had the sympathy and aid of friends throughout her illness and death. Beside her children, she is survived by her father, mother, three sisters and two brothers. Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the East Pulaski M.E. church conducted by Rev. J.W. Powers, her pastor. Interment was in the Dora cemetery.
Frank Armstrong McGuire (1850 - 1925)
Julia Mitchell McGuire (1857 - 1935)
Charles Cox (1886 - 1911)
Carl Chapman Bassett (1892 - 1918)
Ethel Nina Cox Turner (1910 - 1984)*
Maintained by: Denise Drake Horton
Originally Created by: Becky
Record added: Aug 13, 2009
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Added: May. 20, 2010