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  1. Possible Bass/Basse/Nansemond DNA Connection

    My name is Sheila Bass Squier, my father is Irwin Bass Jr. son of Irwin Bass Sr. who was the son of Walter R. Bass. I have found my father to be the 13th generation from Humphrey Basse 1565-1616, Nathaniel 1589-1654, then John Basse 1616-1699. I have found some descrepancies with in this line via several different family tree's as to who has who, but it still comes back to Humphrey. Which shows that

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    As a matter of fact, yes. I have five matches descended from Richard Basse Sr. HOWEVER,
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  2. Rick Haithcock's Historic Saponi - Catawba Nation #100

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    Rick Haithcock's latest research compilation is out. Volume #100, Historic Saponi - Catawba Nation, by Redtail Publication. To inquire call Rick at 937 532 4676.
  3. Here Are My Peeps - Kay Richardson Oxendine

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    Read my 4-year old daughter this book tonight. On the last page she said "They're at the pow-wow like us dada!"

    It's great to have someone telling their story to share. Seeing a lot of Richardson connections in our DNA reinforces the connection for me. In the book she writes that her name is Amelia. Which my wife noticed right away as that is the name she picked out if we have a third daughter.

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  4. 5th Annual Summer Solstice Pow Wow

    Pictures at IndianVoices.net from the 5th Annual Summer Solstice Pow Wow on unceded Algonquin Territory in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. The family loves this pow wow!

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  5. Craddock family. Tree

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    I am researching the possible link of Native American connections of the Craddocks of Patrick County, Virginia.

    This is what I have so far. Fellow researcher, Michelle Erbeck states that Isham Craddock(patriarch) married a Frances (confirmed). She believes that Frances was a Goins (NA surname). Hand me down story states that Frances was NA, and she married a white man. Her people didn't care for this and formed a party to raid and kill the white man. The story goes on
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