The were living in Blowing House Stamps, Breage, Cornwall, England
1. John Bassett, aged 50, Tin Miner, born Cornwall
2. Martha Bassett, aged 45, , born Cornwall
3. William Bassett, aged 25, Tin Miner, born Cornwall
4. John Bassett, aged 20, Tin Miner, born Cornwall
5. Ann Bassett, aged 15, Dressing, born Cornwall
5. Martha Bassett, aged 12, Dressing, born Cornwall
6. James Bassett, aged 8, born Cornwall
7. Jenifar Moffatt, aged 15, Dressing, born Cornwall
Martha died on the 20 March 1882, and was buried on the 22 March 1882 in Eaglehawk Cemetery, Eaglehawk, Victoria, Australia., She is interned in Section G - Row 2, Burial Plot # 34G with her husband John Bassett.
The friends of the late Mr. John Barrett are respectfully invited to follow the remains of his widow (Mrs Martha Barrett) from the residence of her son in law Mr. Kitto, Hodgson St, Sailors Gully to the Eaglehawk Cemetery tomorrow (Wednesday) Funeral to move at four o'clock. E.C.Brown Undertaker 
[note Bassett is spelt as Barrett]
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Martha by comparing test results with other carriers of her mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Martha: