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2007 Bassett Reunion
August 3rd and 4th in Boston, Massachusetts

30 rooms have been reserved at the Constitution Inn located in Charlestown, Massachusetts for the nights of Friday, August 3rd, 2007 and Saturday, August 4th, 2007. The rooms will be held for our group until June 15th, 2007. To make a reservation, call the hotel at 1-800-495-9622 and ask for reservations. Be sure to tell them you are with the Bassett Family Reunion. The normal rate is $109 per night and rate for members of the military (active or retired) is just $79 per night.

Click on the following link (opens new window) to read more about where we will be staying for the reunion.


I have begun a tentative schedule which is subject to change.

I am looking for someone interested in leading a short non-denominational church service on Sunday morning. I am also looking for someone that can organize and take reservations for a group dinner on Saturday night.

Is there anyone that would like to make a presentation on their Bassett Family line? Please let me know the subject and the approximate length of your presentation if you are interested in speaking.

Friday, August 3, 2007
Registration - Noon to 8 pm
Group Tour: Massachusetts state capital building - afternoon

Saturday, August 4, 2007
Presentation: The early English History of the Bassett family by Jim Terzian.
Presentation: The Bassett research and DNA project by Jeffrey Bassett
Several more Bassetts will be presenting material on their families and the schedule has not yet been finalized.
Group Tour: USS Constitution located just outside of the hotel
Dinner: Group dinner either at the hotel or at a nearby restaurant depending on the number of people attending

Sunday, August 5, 2007
Possible church service.

Some from the group are planning a trip to Plimouth Plantation on Sunday afternoon, a recreation of Plymouth, Massachusetts from 1627. This might be especially interesting for those descendants of William Bassett of Plymouth since his family lived in Plymouth in 1627. They have offered a special tour for our group if people are interested. http://www.plimoth.org


1898 reunion picture