Location: Marion Massachusetts

Ancestors of the Rufus W. Bassett Family of Fall River, Massachusetts

The family bearing this name in Fall River, to which belonged the late Hon. Rufus W. Bassett, long prominent in business and public affairs, for years a member of the board of police and much of the time its chairman, is a branch of the earlier Taunton family, it of the still earlier Rochester branch of the distinguished Bassetts of the Cape Cod towns of the Old Colony.

1867 Marion Massachusetts Directory

Allen Andrew M. carpenter Allen Bartholomew G. mariner Allen Charles A. laborer Allen Charles C. teamster Allen George D. mariner Allen Henry D. farmer Allen Henry M. agent for whaling vessels Allen John D. carpenter Allen John M. architect Allen Silas B. carpenter Allen Reuben, farmer Allen Stephen, farmer Allen Weston, farmer Atwood Alexander A. mariner Atwood George W. mariner Atwood Warren, farmer Bachelder John, physician and surgeon Barden Frederick, master mariner Barden Jordan B. prop’r. Manou and New Bedford stage Bartlett William H. farmer Bates George S. farmer and trader Bates Jared, farmer Bates John S. merchant Bates Prince

History of Marion Massachusetts

An historical sketch about Marion, Plymouth County, Massachusetts as abstracted from the Plymouth County Directory and Historical Register of 1867. Includes a list of the men from Marion who gave their life during the Revolutionary War.