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Isaac Basye

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Isaac Basye aka Baise, Basie
Born in Northumberland County, Virginia
Husband of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Husband of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Died in Parish of Great Wicoomoco, Northumberland County, Virginia
Last profile change on 10 March 2015
11:49: M. Gaulden posted a message on the page for Isaac Basye. [Thank M. for this | 1 thank-you received]
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Isaac was born in 1671. He is the oldest child of Edmond Basye and Eliza Taylor he died October 8, 1739.[1]

That he married Elizabeth Pope can be inferred from Issac being mentioned in John Popes will and that he and Elizamon Basie are witness to John Popes Will.

In his will he lists, his wife Elizabeth, four sons and three daughters, "Son William Basye...Son Jesse Basye...Sons Edmond Basye, and John Basye...Daughter Winefred Basye...Daughter Judith Basye...wife Elizabeth Basye."[2] Third daughter is not named.


  1. The Basye family in the United States by Basye, Otto, 1872, page 154
  2. Northumberland County Virginia -- Wills and Administrations 1713-1749, Pg 116, Compiled and Published by James F. Lewis and J. Motley Booker M.D.

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On March 10, 2015 at 15:49GMT M. Gaulden wrote:

I ran across a source for the birth dates for the children. I also found a source that says Elizabeth and Issac were married in 1793 - though this source was unsourced. Mags

On February 16, 2015 at 06:50GMT Deanna Heaslet wrote:

Basye-47 and Basye-7 appear to represent the same person because: Hi, can we merge these using your information? I am trying to clean up the extra Basyes. :)

Thanks, Deanna

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