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#5 ZELLA HAIN LINE,, BASSETT (Ralph) (Riggs-Cutter)

1~Deborah Anne Iseminger
2~Douglas L. Iseminger ~ Cheryl Bassett*
3~Richard L. Iseminger ~ Betty L. Price*
4~Darrel W. Iseminger ~ Pauline Johnston
5~Bian B. Iseminger ~ Zella Hain**
6~Jasper Hain ~ Malinda B. Slater
7~Leonard Hain ~ Hulda Jackson
8~John R. Hain ~ Sarah Jennings*
9~Levi Jennings ~ Elizabeth Bell
10~David Jennings ~ Sarah Cushman*
11~1705 Thomas Cushman* ~ Mary Riggs Cutter*
12~Riggs ~ Cutter
13~Samual Riggs ~ Sarah Baldwin*
14~Richard Baldwin ~ Elizabeth Alsop**
15~ John Alsop ~ Temperance Gilbert
16~ Anthony Alsop ~ Jane Smith
17~John Alsop ~ Anne Alsop**
18~George Alsop ~ Joan Egerton
19~ John Alsop ~ Janes Beresford*
20~John Beresford ~ ?
21~Thomas Beresford ~ Agnes Hassal
22~John Lord Beresford ~ Elizabeth Bassett**
23~William Bassett ~ Alice Moton
24~Ralph Bassett ~ ?

#5 ZELLA HAIN LINE,, BASSETT(Anne-18),(Riggs-Cutter)

1~Deborah Anne Iseminger
2~Douglas L. Iseminger ~ Cheryl Bassett*
3~Richard L. Iseminger ~ Betty L. Price*
4~Darrel W. Iseminger ~ Pauline Johnston
5~Bian B. Iseminger ~ Zella Hain**
6~Jasper Hain ~ Malinda B. Slater
7~Leonard Hain ~ Hulda Jackson
8~John R. Hain ~ Sarah Jennings*
9~Levi Jennings ~ Elizabeth Bell
10~David Jennings* ~ Sarah Cushman*
11~1705 Thomas Cushman* ~ Mary Riggs Cutter*
12~Riggs ~ Cutter
13~Samual Riggs ~ Sarah Baldwin*
14~Richard Baldwin ~ Elizabeth Alsop**
15~ John Alsop ~ Temperance Gilbert
16~ Anthony Alsop ~ Jane Smith
17~Anne Alsop** ~ John Alsop
18~Thomas Alsop ~ Anne Bassett*
19~Sir William Bassett ~ Elizabeth Fitzherbert*
20~Sir William Bassett ~ Anna Cokayne
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19~Elizabeth Fitzherbert ~ William Bassett
20~ Sir Anthony of Norburg

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#5 ZELLA HAIN LINE,, Sir William BASSETT

1~Deborah Anne Iseminger
2~Douglas L. Iseminger ~ Cheryl Bassett*
3~Richard L. Iseminger ~ Betty L. Price*
4~Darrel W. Iseminger ~ Pauline Johnston
5~Bian B. Iseminger ~ Zella Hain**
6~Jasper Hain ~ Malinda B. Slater
7~Leonard Hain ~ Hulda Jackson
8~John R. Hain ~ Sarah Jennings*
9~Levi Jennings ~ Elizabeth Bell
10~David Jennings* ~ Sarah Cushman*
11~1705 Thomas Cushman* ~ Mary Riggs Cutter*
12~Riggs ~ Cutter
13~Samual Riggs ~ Sarah Baldwin*
14~Richard Baldwin ~ Elizabeth Alsop**
15~ John Alsop ~ Temperance Gilbert
16~ Anthony Alsop ~ Jane Smith
17~John Alsop ~ Anne Alsop**
18~George Alsop ~ Joan Egerton
19~ John Alsop ~ Janes Beresford*
20~John Beresford ~ ?
21~Thomas Beresford ~ Agnes Hassal
22~John Lord Beresford ~ Elizabeth Bassett**
23~William Bassett ~ Alice Moton
24~Ralph Bassett ~ ?

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Few aristocrat or gentry families can prove descent from the companions of William of Normandy but Osmond, Thurstan and Raoul Bassett are named on the Battle Abbey Roll. In the 13th century a Ralph Bassett became Lord of Sapcote near Leicester and he was the ancestor of the Bassetts of Blore. The male line ended with William Bassett. He was a member of Parliament and served as Sheriff of Staffordshire and of Derbyshire. In 1598, at the age of 48, he married Judith Boothby a widow. His only child, Elizabeth, was born in 1599. William Bassett died in 1601 and was buried at Blore on 10 December. Judith was now a widow for the second time. As an heiress, Elizabeth became a ward of court. The Master of the Wards was Lord Burghley's son, Sir Robert Cecil, later 1st Earl of Salisbury. He gave the wardship to his brother-in-law, Lord Cobham, who sold it to Sir Walter Raleigh. Judith could keep Elizabeth with her for a payment of 40 a year until she was ten years old and then 66 a year until she was 16. However, by 1603 Raleigh was in the Tower of London and Judith had married Sir Richard Corbett an eminent lawyer. Elizabeth ceased to be a ward of court.
Name: *Anne Basset
Sex: F
Birth: ABT 1534 in Blore, Derbyshire, England
Father: *William Basset b: 25 JUL 1493 in Blore, Derbyshire, England
Mother: *Elizabeth Meverell b: ABT 1507 in Blore, Derbyshire, England
Husband Thomas Alsop
Name: *Thomas Alsop
Sex: M
Birth: ABT 1530 in Alsop-en-le-Dale, Derbyshire, England
Wife Anne Basset
Name: *William Basset
Sex: M
Birth: 25 JUL 1493 in Blore, Derbyshire, England
Father: *William Basset b: ABT 1460 in Blore, Derbyshire, England
Mother: *Joan Byron b: ABT 1465 in Clayton, Lancashire, Eng
Wife Elizabeth Maverell
Name: *Elizabeth Meverell
Sex: F
Birth: ABT 1507 in Blore, Derbyshire, England
Husband William Basset
Name: *William Basset
Sex: M
Birth: ABT 1460 in Blore, Derbyshire, England
Wife Joan Byron
Name: *Joan Byron
Sex: F
Birth: ABT 1465 in Clayton, Lancashire, Eng
Husband William Basset
Thomas Alsop
Marriage *Anne Basset b: ABT 1534 in Blore, Derbyshire, England
Children
*Anne Alsop b: ABT 1554 in Alsop-en-le-Dale, Derbyshire, England
Thomas Alsop b: ABT 1561
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William Basset
Marriage *Elizabeth Meverell b: ABT 1507 in Blore, Derbyshire, England
Children
*Anne Basset b: ABT 1534 in Blore, Derbyshire, England
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William Basset
Marriage 1 *Joan Byron b: ABT 1465 in Clayton, Lancashire, Eng
Children
*William Basset b: 25 JUL 1493 in Blore, Derbyshire, England
Mary Basset
Ralph Basset
Nicholas Basset
John Basset
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St. Bartholomew, Blore Ray (Staffordshire)
Built around the year 1100, on the site of an earlier building,
St. Bartholomew’s, Blore Ray sits high on a hill-side above the confluence of the Dove and Manifold rivers in one of the most beautiful parts of Staffordshire.
Features from various architectural periods can be seen at Blore. Some Norman work survives in the nave, whilst the tower and chancel are 14th Century. The arch leading into the tower is Early English and some of the windows date from the Geometric and Decorated periods. Tudor work is represented by the font, nave pews, chancel choirstalls and screen. There are Jacobean box pews, altar, communion rails, pulpit and reading desk.
In a side chapel lies the Bassett tomb, splendidly sculptured in alabaster by Jasper Hollemans and erected between 1618 and 1640. It contains the remains of members of the Bassett family of Blore Hall whose descendants include Her Majesty the Queen and His Royal Highness Prince Richard of Gloucester.
Also of interest are fragments of mediaeval painted glass dating from c.1510 depicting St. Anne teaching the Blessed Virgin to read and also various shields depicting the arms of local families.
The effects of the Reformation can be seen in the dismantled 14th Century stoup in the porch, a divided stone altar, the sawn stumps of a rood screen, a partially concealed squint and a decapitated 15th Century brass memorial.
" Blore Heath was the site of the first major battle of the English Wars of the Roses, fought on September 23rd 1459 between the Houses of Lancaster and York. Some 17,000 men plus their families gathered at Blore Heath and fought a very bloody and brutal battle. Despite being outnumbered by three to one, the Yorkist leader used superior tactics and defeated the Lancastrian army led by Lord Audley, who was himself killed. The spot where Audley fell is marked to this day by a stone cross. The queen herself witnessed the battle from a nearby church steeple. It is said that the battle was so ferocious that the nearby Wemberton brook ran with blood for three days and three nights."