|Birth: ||Jul., 1841|
|Death: ||Dec. 12, 1907|
Edward Bass, a prominent pioneer resided of the county, passed away at the early hour Saturday morning; December 14, 1907 at the home of his daughter Mrs. Miller Harden, in Yell Township. He had been in ill health for some time with paralysis and death came as a welcome release from his sufferings.
The funeral services were held from the Baptist Church at Mineral Ridge at 1:20 O'clock Sunday afternoon, conducted by the Rev. J.C. Crawford, of this city and attended by a large concourse of old time friends of the deceased. Burial was in the Mineral Ridge Cemetery.
Edward Bass was born in Indiana 64 years ago. He came to Boone County in the early 1850's and had resided on a farm near Mineral Ridge until a few years ago when his wife died. Since that time he had made his home with his daughter, Mrs. Harden.
He leaves to mourn his death; Jess, John and Mathew; and daughters; Mrs. Emma Harden; Mrs. Elizabeth McFarland; Mrs. Grace Osborn and Mrs. Nellie Evans; also five brothers; Mathew and John of Portland, OR.; William of South Dakota; and Thomas and Douglas of Mineral Ridge.
(Boone County Democrat, December 20, 1907)
f/o 9 children who survived, including Emma E., James F., William, John, Jessie, Grace, Nellie, Mathew, from Boone Standard 18 Dec 1907
Jesse F. Bass (1820 - 1885)
Mary Elizabeth Landreth Bass (1822 - 1886)
Cynthia Christena Bass (1848 - 1904)
Emma Eliza Bass Harden (1867 - 1913)*
Sarah Elizabeth Bass Grossnickle (1869 - 1940)*
Charles Edward Bass (1875 - 1905)*
Mary Grace Bass Osborn (1884 - 1924)*
Mineral Ridge Cemetery
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Record added: Nov 11, 2007
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