TofterÄ / Slettemoen genealogy


Dexter Lee Carr

Rhonda May Ellingsworth [Parents]


Donald Ray Stewart [Parents]

Norma Lee Short

They had the following children:

  M i Steven Samuel Stewart

Thomas Allen Prier was born in Virginia. He died on 20 FEB 1893 in Galena, Missouri. He married Mary Jane Brown in 1850 in New London, Iowa.

Pioneer settler. Father: Wesley Prier, brother: George Washington Prier

Mary Jane Brown was born about 1834 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She died in 1908 in Maramos, Iowa. She was buried in Rice Cemetery. She married Thomas Allen Prier in 1850 in New London, Iowa.

Married Allen Thomas Prier in 1850 (?) in New London, IA on his father's farm, she was 14 he was 2?, so the birth date may be wrong. After the civil war they moved to Forsythe, Mo, then back to Iowa, then to Galena, Mo where he is buried. She later lived with her sons, Wesley and Iowa and died in the hills near Maramos and is buried in Rice Cemetery.

They had the following children:

  F i Hannah Prier
  F ii Mary Jane Prier

Michael Lee Warner [Parents]

Other marriages:
Braun, Marilyn Sue

Sandra Darlene Roach


Michael Lee Warner [Parents]

Other marriages:
Roach, Sandra Darlene

Marilyn Sue Braun [Parents]

They had the following children:

  F i Lori Ann Warner
  F ii Joni Lynn Warner

George Patton Bass [Parents] was born on 26 DEC 1805 in Davidson Co., TN, USA. He died on 22 MAR 1863 in Fayette, Howard Co., MO, USA. He married Susanna Wiseman on 29 JAN 1829 in Boone Co., KY.

From Margaret Annine Gredig IGI Family notes printFrom Kaleidoscopic Family Bass by Christine Knox Wood. George Patton Bass and Susanna Wiseman were married at her parents'home in Boone co, Mo. in a double ceremony with her twin sister SallyAnn Wiseman and Charles J. Drury. They lived in Howard co ,Mo. whereGeorge P. was a farmer. After the death of her husband, Susanna livedwith her married children in Howard and Boone counties. Lawrence was the only child b. Boone Co. All others b. Howard co, Mo CENSUS: 1840 Howard co, Mo 1850 Howard co, MoG. P. Bass 2 m under 5 George P. Bass 44 m B.Tenn 1 m 5-10 Susan 41 f Ky 1 m 15-20Ed 18 m Mo 1 m 30-40 Jas H15 m " 1 f under 5 Sarah A 13 f " 1f 20-30 Geo T 11 m " Jno P 9m " Mary F 7 f " A. 5 m "A. J. 3 m "1860 Howard co, Mo 1860 Howard co, Mo House #591House #576-563 George P. Bass 54 m b.Tenn Jacob (illegible) Susan 50 f "Andrew Bass 13 m b. Mo Lawrence 30 m MoJames 29 m " Mary 17 f "1860 Howard co, Mo House 66/60 Augustus 15 m "C. M. Major saddler, b. Ky Alice Dorsey? 14 f "G. T. Bass 21 m Mo John P. Bass 19 m " both Bassboys listed as saddlers. Andrew J. Bass lived in household of EdwinBass, Henry co, Mo 1870 see #2-11parents of Susanna; James & Mary Carr (Tuttle) Wiseman. Index to Boone co wills gives; #43 Bilson Tuttle; Adm. Jane Tuttle, granted23 Dec 1824. Heirs; Thos Tuttle of Boone co, Mo; John Tuttle of Ky.James Wiseman and Polly his wife, late Polly Tuttle; Gilpin Tuttle of Boone co. George Patton Bass died 22 Mar 1863, and with the children who died ininfancy is buried in the family graveyard on the Bass farm in HowardCo., Mo. Susanna Wiseman Bass died 13 Aug 1894 at the home of her son Lawrence in Boone Co., Mo. and is buried in the Salem Cemetery, BooneCo., Mo. Augustus Bass, a Confederate soldier, taken prisoner, died 24Jan 1863 in the Alton, Ill. Federal Prison and is buried there.Boone co. Cem. record) James Wiseman d. Dec 9, 1869 age 86 yr 9 mMary Carr (Tuttle) Wiseman d. 15 Aug 1863 Boone Co. MOmicrofilm Columbia Statesman April 3, 1863 page 2 column 5 FayetteAdvertizer An old citizen dead. Mr. George P. Bass died at his residence, about 8 miles southwest of Fayette, on the 22nd last ofinfluenza. He was about 60 years of age and had been a resident of Howard county about 30 years. He was highly esteemed by all who knew him. ******************** In the name of God Amen; I, James Wiseman of Boone County, Missouri being in my right mind and thoroughlyunderstanding the consequences of my actions do make and publish thismy last will and testament....I appoint Peter J. Ruffner of Boone county Missouri my executor.... Second I desire to have my propertyafter the payment of all my debts to be distributed equally between mychildren as the representatives deducting from the share of each theamount in which he or she is or may be indebted to me or my estate asappearing in the Schedule herewith filed out and marked Exhibit "A"which is hereby made a part of this last will and testament, and asalso appearing from certain promissory notes now in my possession inmy favor and against my children as follows-to wit; John G. Wisemanone note dated November 1st 1863 for $1300.00 and one other same datefor $650.00. Martha R. Brooks one note for $1000 dated May 22nd 1866and on dated December 28, 1863 for $290 with audits as appearing onthe back of said note. One against James Thomas Wiseman for $125.00dated Oct 1st 1860. One against Mary B. Haydon dated Jan 14, 1867 for$30.00 in gold.Third, I desire my land and Real Estate to be sold according to thejudgement of my said Executor in such a way (for cash or credit) as torealize the most money. I leave that entirely to the decision of mysaid Executor, but I want the land to be sold within the period oftwelve calendar months after my death.This I make and publish as my last Will and testament sincerely hopingand praying God Almighty as my last wish concerning my children thatthe above disposition of my property may be satisfactory to all andthat the name of their deceased old Father be held in sweetremembrance by all.Witness my hand and seal this the Eleventh Day of May A.D. 1868 JamesWiseman (seal) Witness; F. G. Sitton--Ashland P. O. Boone co, Mo HiramNichols Ashland, Boone co, Mo A. J. Rupert-Ashland, Boone co, MoJames Wiseman had original Land Patent-Boone co, Mo [6] Plat 10 Twp46 N 1822see also Edwin Bass # 2-11ABBR Kaleidoscopic Family Bass 1769-1971ChrisTITL Kaleidoscopic Family Bass 1769-1971AUTHOR: Christine Knox Wood.Privately Printed 1971, Lubbock, TexasREPOSITORY: Obtained from LDS Library on Microfilm.ABBR Genealogy and Kindred of the TUTTLE-WISEMAN FAMILITITL Genealogy and Kindred of the TUTTLE-WISEMAN FAMILIES 1766-1940,AUTHOR: George Condit Haydon,Privately PublishedREPOSITORY: Obtained from the LDS Library on Microfilm.

Susanna Wiseman [Parents] was born on 15 DEC 1809 in Madison County, Kentucky, USA. She died on 13 AUG 1894 in Boone County, Missouri. She married George Patton Bass on 29 JAN 1829 in Boone Co., KY.

They had the following children:

  M i Lawrence Bass was born on 26 JAN 1830 in Boone Co, KY, USA. He died on 2 JAN 1903 in Ashland, Boone County, MO.
  M ii Edward Bass was born on 26 NOV 1831 in Boone Co, KY, USA. He died in USA.
  M iii James Harvey Bass was born on 26 JUN 1834 in Boone Co, KY, USA. He died in USA.
  M iv William Patton Bass was born on 6 MAY 1836 in Fayette, Howard Co., MO, USA. He died on 2 JUN 1836 in Fayette, Howard Co., MO, USA.
  F v Sarah A. Bass was born on 3 APR 1837 in Fayette, Howard Co., MO, USA. She died in USA.
  M vi George Thomas Bass was born on 25 MAR 1839 in Fayette, Howard Co., MO, USA. He died in USA.
  M vii John Patton Bass was born on 18 MAR 1841 in Fayette, Howard Co., MO, USA. He died on 17 OCT 1879 in Ashland, Boone County, MO.

Columbia Statesman April 17, 1874 page 3 column 6: married BASS-HARRIS--In Alma, Colorado territory, Wednesday evening March 4, 1874, by the Rev. Mr. Finks, Mr. John P. Bass, son of the late George P. Bass of Howard county and of the mercantile firm of Harris and Bass, Alma, to Miss Tip. P. Harris, daughter of the late James M. Harris of Boone, and niece of General John Ellis of Boone.
  F viii Mary F. Bass was born on 19 FEB 1843 in Fayette, Howard Co., MO, USA. She died in USA.
  M ix Augustus Bass was born on 14 FEB 1845 in Fayette, Howard Co., MO, USA. He died on 24 JAN 1863 in Alton, IL, USA.
  M x Andrew Jackson Bass was born on 8 JAN 1847 in Fayette, Howard Co., MO, USA. He died in USA.
  M xi Alonzo Bass was born on 17 MAY 1857 in Fayette, Howard Co., MO, USA. He died in USA.

James Wiseman [Parents] was born on 30 NOV 1783 in Berks Co., PA, USA. He died on 19 DEC 1869 in Ashland, Boone Co., MO, USA. He married Mary Carr Tuttle on 14 MAY 1807 in Kentucky.

Mary Carr Tuttle was born before 1789 in USA. She died in Boone Co, MO, USA. She married James Wiseman on 14 MAY 1807 in Kentucky.

Parents: William Simpson Tuttle and Jane Stapleton.

They had the following children:

  F i Susanna Wiseman

Edward Braun

Lillian Stamm

They had the following children:

  F i Marilyn Sue Braun

Hervey Alexander Massey [Parents] was born on 20 NOV 1845 in Missouri, USA. He died on 7 NOV 1914 in USA. He married Elizabeth Robertson Jarrett on 2 JAN 1868.

Elizabeth Robertson Jarrett was born on 6 MAR 1847 in Greene County, Missouri, USA. She died on 15 SEP 1912 in Hazelwood Cemetery, Springfield, Missouri. She married Hervey Alexander Massey on 2 JAN 1868.

They had the following children:

  M i Jesse Massey
  F ii Ava L. Massey
  M iii Tipton Massey was born in USA. He died in Washington.
  F iv Josephine Massey
  F v Laura Massey Inman was born in USA. She died in USA.
  M vi Frank Massey was born in USA. He died in CA, USA.
  M vii W. Leslie Massey was born in USA. He died in Republic, Greene, Missouri, USA.
  F viii Anna Belle Massey Le Duc died in Springfield, Missouri, USA.
  F ix Nancy Adeline Massey Adams died in Republic, Greene, Missouri, USA.
  F x Alma Massey was born in USA. She died in USA.
  F xi Sallie Massey was born in USA. She died in USA.
  M xii Le Roy Massey was born in USA. He died in USA.

Jesse Massey [Parents] was born on 11 SEP 1870 in USA. He died on 5 MAY 1944 in Billings, MO, USA. He married Maude E. Phillips in 1896.

Maude E. Phillips.Maude married Jesse Massey in 1896.

They had the following children:

  M i Yvon Massey was born in Missouri, USA. He died in Warrensburg, Missouri.
  M ii Gordon J. Massey was born in USA. He died in Ozark, Missouri.
  M iii Two More Sons Massey.

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