Bassett, Bertie

Bertie 

Bassett

1895 - 1917
Aged21
Rank Able Seaman
Service no.Bristol Z/4112
Regiment Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve Anson Bn. R.N. Div
DiedOctober 26, 1917

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School records give his date of birth as 15th December 1895 son of Edward Bassett & Phoebe Marson

Josiah Jarvis & Phoebe Marson married in 1903, Son of Mrs. Phoebe Jarvis, of 54, Morton Rd., West Humberstone, Leicester.

 

1901 Census 113, Vernon Road, Leicester,

Thomas Marson Head Married Male 61 1840 Uppingham, Rutland, General Labourer

Emily Marson  Wife Married Female 45 1856 Leicestershire,  –

PhoebeMarson Daughter Single Female24 1877 Leicester, Worsted (Hosiery Turner)

John T Marson Son Single Male 20 1881 Leicestershire, Rubber Hand

Frank Marson Son Single Male 18 1883 Derbyshire,  Rubber Hand

Thomas Marson Son Single Male 14 1887 Leicestershire, Shoe Hand (Inker)

Alice MarsonDaug Single Female 12 1889 Leicestershire,

Josiah Marson Son Single Male 10 1891 Leicestershire,

William Marson Son Single Male 7 1894 Leicestershire,

Emily MarsonDaug Single Female 5 1896 Leicestershire,

Phyllis MarsonDaug Single Female 2 1899 Leicestershire,

Bertie Marson Grand Son Single Male 51896 Leicestershire,

1911 census transcription details for:  54 Morton Road Leicester

JARVIS, Josiah Head Married M 32 1879 Roadman Eye Kettleby Leicestershire

JARVIS, Phoebe Wife   F 34 1877  Leicester Leicestershire

BASSET, Bertie Stepson   M 15 1896 Shoe Finisher Leicester

MARSON, Frank Adoptedson   M 3 1908  Leicester Date of

 

Grave ReferenceXII. F. 16.

VLAMERTINGHE NEW MILITARY CEMETERY

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