|Birth: ||Jan. 21, 1849|
|Death: ||Mar. 31, 1930|
Samuel S. Bashor, son of John Bashor and Elizabeth Sherfy, married Delphia Miller on 5 Mar 1871 in Flag Springs, Andrew Co., Missouri.
They had two children, James (b. 1872) and Nathaniel (b. 1875), while still in Flag Springs, then embarked on a covered wagon trip to Colorado. They had six more children; Myrtle b. 1878, Arthur b. 1880, Wallace b. 1883, Claude b. 1885, Beulah b. 1888, Carl b. 1891.
Samuel and Delphia owned and operated Walnut Grove, which had originally been the Sanitarium for Tuberculosis sufferers. Samuel gave guided tours of the rooms.
Samuel helped build the Hygiene Church, which was originally used by the "Dunkards". He was also the secretary of the Hygiene Cemetery.
John Bashor (1810 - 1893)
Elizabeth Simamon Sherfy Bashor (1820 - 1897)
Delphia Miller Bashor (1852 - 1941)
James Bashor (1872 - 1878)*
Nathaniel H. Bashor (1875 - 1948)*
Claud Samuel Bashor (1885 - 1970)*
Henry A Bashor (1844 - 1923)*
Frank F Bashor (1847 - 1887)*
Samuel S. Bashor (1849 - 1930)
Andrew J. Bashor (1851 - 1895)*
Madison Bashor (1852 - 1928)*
Susan Bashor Knoll (1853 - 1925)*
John David Bashor (1855 - 1944)*
Alpheus Bashor (1860 - 1943)*
Created by: Janice Peay
Record added: Apr 03, 2010
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