M, #8, b. 1 August 1824, d. 14 November 1897
|Father||John Bassett1 b. 1799, d. 20 Feb 1870|
|Mother||Catherine Bailey2 b. 28 Jan 1798, d. 14 Feb 1872|
|Relationship||2nd great-grandfather of Keith Graham Bassett|
|Charts||Ancestors of Keith Graham Bassett|
|Last Edited||21 Aug 2019|
|Baptism*||1 August 1824||Chapel of Ease, St Mary, Penzance, Madron, Cornwall;|
John son of John & Catharine Bassett, Penzance, cordwainer3
|(Son) Census 1841||6 June 1841||St Clare Street, Penzance, Madron, Cornwall;John Basset, 40, Shoe Maker, In County|
Catherine Basset, 40,, In County
John Basset Jnr, 15,, In County
James James Basset, 9,, In County
William Nicholas Basset, 7,, In County
Henry Basset, 4,, In County
Catherine Basset, 2,, In County;Head=John Bassett, Wife=Catherine Bailey4
|Marriage*||15 April 1848||Madron, Cornwall;|
John Bassett, 24, Batchelor, Shoemaker, Penzance, father John Bassett shoemaker
Jane Thomas, 22, Spinster,, Penzance, father Benjamin Thomas miner
Witnesses John Bassett & T Read;Bride=Jane Thomas5
|Emigration*||9 September 1848||"William Money", Plymouth, Devon;The William Money departed Plymouth 9 September 1848. The 835 ton ship, captained by J. M. Buckley, was built in 1820 and after voyage of 105 days arrived in Port Adelaide, SA, on 3 January 1849.;Emigrant=Jane Thomas|
|Immigration*||3 January 1849||"William Money", Port Adelaide, SA, Australia;|
WE HEREBY CERTIFY that the "William Money" took her final Departure from the Port of Plymouth about 5 o'clock PM., on the 19th day of Septr, 1848, and is now on her way to Adelaide, So. Australia having on board the following Emigrants, who have embarked under Authoirty from the Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners, or their Officer, viz.-
Bassett, John, 23
Bassett, Jane, 21;Immigrant=Jane Thomas6
|News-Arct*||6 January 1849||"The South Australian Register", Adelaide, SA, Australia;|
Wednesday, January 3d—The ship William Money, 1100 tons, J. M. Buckley, master, from Bristol and Plymouth. Passengers—A. C. Kamball, Esq., Surgeon Superintendent, and Mr J. S. Falkner, in the cabin; Mr and Mrs James Morgan and child, Mr and Mrs Liddle and three children, in the intermediate; and the following Government emigrants in the steerage:—John Bassettand wife (male child born at sea).7
|News-Arct||15 December 1866||"The South Australian Register", Adelaide, SA, Australia;|
TO BUILDERS, &c— TENDERS for ERECTING New WESLEYAN CHURCH, MOUNT PLEASANT, will be received until Friday, December 21. Plans and specifications are to be seen at Mr. John Bassett's, boot and shoemaker, Mount Pleasant.8
|Death of Spouse||12 March 1867||Mount Pleasant, SA, Australia;|
When Died: 12th March 1867
Name and Surname: Jane Bassett
Rank or Profession: wife of John Bassett, Shoemaker, Mt Pleasant
Usual Residence: Mt Pleasant
Cause of Death: Syncopsy consequent on long duration of Dropsy, Geo H Robinson M.D.
Place where Death occurred: Mount Pleasant;Principal=Jane Thomas9
|News-Arct||17 August 1867||"The South Australian Weekly Chronicle", Adelaide, SA, Australia;|
FOR SALE, in the TOWNSHIP of MOUNT PLEASANT, near the Talunga Hotel, a Large SHOP and DWELLING-HOUSE, Substantially Built of Stone, with an Acre of Land, and Well of good Water, also Stable, all fenced in.
For Particulars, apply to John Bassett, Bootmaker, Mount Pleasant.10
|Death of Father||20 February 1870||2 North Parade, Penzance, Madron, Cornwall;age 72, Shoemaker (master, retired), Glandular disease of Kidney (chronic)|
Informant Henry Bassett, 7 Queens St, Penzance;Principal=John Bassett11
|Residence*||1872||Bungowannah, NSW, Australia;John Basset, bootmaker12|
|Death of Mother||14 February 1872||3 Clarence Terrace, Penzance, Madron, Cornwall;age 73, widow of John Bassett Shoemaker (retired), Congestive Apoplexy|
Informant Cath Hutchins, 4 Prospect Place Penzance;Principal=Catherine Bailey11
|Marriage*||26 May 1875||Hurdle Flat, Beechworth, VIC, Australia;John Bassett, 47, widower children 6 living, 1 dead, Farmer, residence Bungowannah NSW, born Penzance, (parents John Bassett, Bootmaker, & Catherine Bailey)|
Elizabeth Polmear, 32, spinster, Domestic, residence Hurdle Flat, Beechworth, born St Ives, Cornwall, (parents John Polmear, Farmer, & Jane Berryman)
Witnesses Samuel Polmear & Fanny Harris;Bride=Elizabeth Polmear13
|Photo*||circa 1875||Albury, NSW, Australia;|
"Take care of it as Mother would like to have Her & Husband enlarged on the one photo" and, in a different hand, "if this photo should be found please address to Mrs John Bassett Bimbi NSW Australia"
|Will*||19 December 1894||Condobolin, NSW, Australia;|
This is the last Will and Testament of John Bassett, of Bellview, Condobolin.
I give devise and bequeath to my wife Elizabeth Bassett, her heirs executors and administrators, for her and their own use and benefit, absolutely, and for ever, all my estate and effects both real and personal, whatsoever and wheresoever, of what nature and quantity soever, and I appoint her the said Elizabeth Bassett Sole Executrix of this my Will.
In witness whereof I have hereby set my hand this nineteenth day of December, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-four.
(Signed) John Bassett
Signed by the said John Bassett in the presence of us, present at the same time, who, in his presence, and in the presence of each other, attest and subscribe our names as witnesses thereto
(Signed) Robert Hamilton Wilya Condobolin
(Signed) Justice Claude Hilder, Condobolin15
|Land*||16 July 1895||NSW, Australia;|
Local Land Board office,
Forbes, 16th July, 1895.
IT is hereby notified, in pursuance of the provisions of section 36 of the Crown Lands Act of 1884, that after the expiration of thirty days from the date of the publication of this notice, the Local Land Board will hold an inquiry whether all conditions applicable to the undermentioned Conditional Purchases, except that of payment of balance of instalments, have been duly complied with, and if satisfied with such compliance, will issue Certificates to that effect. Any caveat against the issue of any such Certificate must be lodged at this Office, together with a sum of ten pounds, within thirty days from the date of the publication of this notice.
J. B. EDWARDS,
Office No.: 2238
C.P. No.: 60
Name: Bassett John, sen.
Date: 5 June, 1890
Area: 640 acres
Parish: Murda and Emu Plains
Portion: 47 & 54
|Death*||14 November 1897||"Bellview", Condobolin, NSW, Australia;|
Name: John Bassett
Date of Death: 14 Nov 1897
Place of Death: Bellview, Condobolin
Age: 75 years
Place of Birth: Penzance, Cornwal, England
Time in Aust Colonies: 50 years
Father: Not stated
Occupation: Not stated
Mother: Not stated
Place of Marriage 1: Penzance, Cornwall, England
Age at Marriage 1: 21 years
Name of Spouse 1: Jane Thomas
Children of Marriage 1: James 49, John 47, Ellen 45, Elizabeth 42, Walter 37, Henry 35, Alfred 32 living; deceased 1 male
Place of Marriage 2: Beachworth, Victoria
Age at Marriage 2: 53 years
Name of Spouse 2: Elizabeth Polmear
Children of Marriage 2: Arthur 20, William 18, Ernest 12 living
Informant: James Bassett, son, "Springs Gully", Derrawong, Condobolin
Cause of Death: order of burial by justice peace
Length of Illness: three years
Date Last Seen: Inquest unnecessary H W Grey JP 14th November 1897
Date of Burial: 15 Nov 1897
Place of Burial: Cemetery Condobolin
Minister & Religion: W A Walker, Wesleyan
Undertaker: F W Marlin
Witnesses: A W H Lestrange, J A Dawson17
|Burial*||15 November 1897||Condobolin cemetery, Condobolin, NSW, Australia11|
|News-Arct||20 November 1897||"The Condobolin Argus and Lachlan Advertiser", Condobolin, NSW, Australia;|
Another old and respected resident has gone over to the great majority in the person of Mr J. Bassett, who was buried at the Wesleyan portion of the cemetery on Monday last. He leaves a large family — all grown up.18
|Probate||14 February 1898||NSW, Australia;|
14 February 1898 By Act of Court Probate of the last Will and Testament of the said deceased granted to Elizabeth Bassett of Bellview Condobolin the widow of deceased and the sole Executrix in the said Will named
Testator died at Bellview 14 November 1897
Estate sworn under £114819
|Jane Thomas b. 6 Dec 1826, d. 12 Mar 1867|
|Elizabeth Polmear b. 10 Jun 1843, d. 22 Feb 1923|
- [S1210] Cornwall Record Office County Archivist.
- [S414] Garry Batt.
- [S1720] Ancestry Cornwall Parish Registers, 1538-2010, online https://ancestry.com, baptism John Bassett 1824.
- [S1404] 1841 Census for England.
- [S202] Copy marriage certificate of John Bassett and Jane Thomas, married 15 Apr 1848 in the Registration District of Penzance.
- [S1762] State Records of Sout Australia Passenger Lists, online https://www.archives.sa.gov.au, "William Money" 1849.
- [S1565] Trove digitised newspapers, online http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/, The South Australian Register, Saturday, January 6, 1849.
- [S1565] Trove digitised newspapers, online http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/, The South Australian Register, Saturday, December 15, 1866.
- [S14] Death Certificate, 116/1867.
- [S1565] Trove digitised newspapers, online http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/, The South Australian Weekly Chronicle, Saturday, August 17, 1867.
- [S14] Death Certificate.
- [S1321] Greville's 1872 Directory.
- [S49] Marriage Certificate.
- [S1637] Neville Bassett photos.
- [S201] Will.
- [S1562] NSW Government Gazette, Tuesday, 16 July, 1895.
- [S14] Death Certificate, John Bassett 1897.
- [S1772] The Condobolin Argus and Lachlan Advertiser, Saturday, November 20, 1897.
- [S1635] Findmypast NSW Will Books 1800-1952, online http://www.findmypast.com/, John Bassett 1898.
- [S9] Birth Certificate.
- [S1240] South Australian Birth Registrations 1842-1906.