History of the Bassett, Edgecomb, and Snyder Families. 100 th Bassett-Edgecomb-Snyder Reunion - 2007. Why is it called the “ Bassett - Edgecomb - Snyder ” Reunion?. Philip Snyder. Peter Sharpsteen. Uriah Edgecomb 1781 - 1861. Betsey Doud 1792 - 1838. Samuel Bassitt
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100th Bassett-Edgecomb-Snyder Reunion - 2007
1781 - 1861
1792 - 1838
1795 - 1865
1795 - 1876
1820 - 1900
1822 - 1866
1819 - 1893
1824 - 1904
1831 - 1891
1825 - 1902
Walter and Robert
Allen Co., OH
Killed in Civil
Laura (center) and daughter
Ann White at her left with Simons, Wetherill, and Fetter descendants
Walter and Laura
Rett Barber, “Pet” ?, Alba Edgecomb, ?
Hiram and Loretta “Rett” (Edgecomb) Barber
Lansil “Jack” Edgecomb and family
Jonathan Lewis, Elsie’s brother came at about the same time.
(refused to have his picture taken that day)
Before about 1918, the minutes of the B-E-S Reunion predominantly spelled Bassitt with an “i”.
However, between 1918 and 1920, the spelling changed to “-ett”, even though the secretary, Edythe Bassett remained the same.
What happened in 1919? Lottie Bassitt got a letter from Frank G. Lewis …
Marilla Reed Mason
They had 7 children:
Peter’s grave in Beaverdam
Clarinda’s grave in Shawnee
George and Barbara
Children of George and Barbara