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Appendix for Bassett Story. St Mary Hill Baptisms.

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1 Appendix for Bassett Story

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3 St Mary Hill Baptisms

4 St Mary Hill Marriage

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6 Mariah Bassett Birth

7 Ann Llewlin Bassett Death Record

8 Rebecca Bassett Birth Registration

9 Elizabeth Bassett Death

10 Richard Bassett Death

11 John Bassett Marriage

12 Jane Bassett Will Jane Bassett Will: written 25 July 1814, proved Jane Bassett of the parish of Welsh St Donats in the county of Glamorgan, widow. I give unto my three sons Richard Bassett, John Bassett and Robert Bassett one acre of land in the parish of Welsh St Donats to be divided equally being holden of the manor of Talyvan. I give unto my son Charles Bassett of St Mary Hill the sum of 2 pounds; to my daughter Jane Bassett Spinster 10 pounds. I give to Mary the wife of Lewis David of Welsh St Donats 10 pounds and all my household furniture (except one bed which I give to Mary David her mother). I give to Catherine the wife of Morgan John of Welsh St Donats the sum of 5 pounds. I give to Elizabeth the wife of William Williams of Treos in the parish of Langan 2 pounds. Executors: sons: Richard Bassett, John Bassett and Robert Bassett. The Mark of Jane Bassett 25 March Witnesses: Wm Howell of Cowbridge, Ann Mathew of Ystradowen and Richard Thomas, Prisk. Richard Bassett the lawful son and one of the Executors swears that the personal estate does not amount to more than 10 pounds.

13 Charles Bassett Info

14 Charles Bassett Church Info MA 3 PAPERS (NLW) , June 26 and 271 Howell Lewis of Aburthin in p. Lanblethian, yeoman, and William Jones of Aburthin, yeoman2 Daniel Rowlands of p. Llangeitho, co. Card., clerk; Howell Davies of p. Henllanamgoed, co. Carm., clerk; William Williams of p. Llanfairbrinin, co. Carm., clerk; Thomas Price of Watford, p. Eglwysilan, co. Glam., gent.; Richard Jones of p. St Nicholas, yeoman; Charles Bassett of the town of Cowbridge, yeoman; David William of p. Lysworney, yeoman; Edward Morris of Siginston, p. Lantwit Major, yeoman; John Williams, p. St Athan, cooper; Sampson Thomas, p. St Nicholas, Labourer; and Christopher Basset of p. Penmark, gent.LEASE AND RELEASE of all that one cottage or dwellinghouse with the curtilage and garden and one well within the said curtilage commonly called by the name of Ffunnon Vaire, situate in Aburthin, co. Glam., to be used as a Meeting House for the worship of God by the Church, society or Congregation of Protestants, their Ministers and Teachers , Nov. 131 Daniel Rowlands of p. Llangeitho, co. Card., clerk; William Williams of p. Llanfairbrinin, co. Carm., clerk; Charles Basset of the town of Cowbridge, yeoman; David William of p Lysvorney, yeoman; Edward Morris of Lantrithyd, yeoman, John Williams, p. St Athan, cooper; Sampson Thomas of the town of Neath, labourer; and Christopher Basset of p. Penmark, gent.2 Rev. David Jones of p. Langan, William Thomas of p. Welsh St Donat's, yeoman; John Griffith of p. St Hillary, blacksmith; Jenkin Jeremiah of the town of Cowbridge, blacksmith, Evan Morgan, p. Lanblethian, farmer, David Richard, p. Penmark, working maltster, James Prichard of Talygarn, gent., Morgan David of p. Lantrythyd, yeoman; Thomas John, p. St Donat's, yeoman; Rowland Thomas, p. Lanharry, yeoman, and David Owen, p. Penmark, labourer APPOINTMENT of trustees of all that cottage or dwellinhouse, situate in Aberthin to be used for a Meeting House by the Church, Society or Congregation of Protestants


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