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Re: THOMAS Baskitt/ 1790 & 1800 SoCar census
Posted by: Frank Bosket Date: April 29, 2001 at 01:49:27
In Reply to: Re: THOMAS Baskitt/ 1790 & 1800 SoCar census by Cassie Baskett of [an error occurred while processing this directive]

I have been following the Bosket/Boskett family for many years now. I have seen the names spelled many ways. I do not know if The name Basket/Basket is a part of them also. I know of a Nancy Basket that is from Cherokee Indian descent She weaves baskets as her name reads and is an expert in the field of Kudzu and has developed many recipes for many foods. One being Kudsu blossom Jelly. Thomas,
and it was spelled Bauskett came to Edgecombe
County, S.C. from England and was an attorney. Space is limited, contact me. FLB

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