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In 1638 John Bass married Keziah Elizabeth Tucker, the daughter of “Robin the Elder” of the Nansemond Indian Tribe.Lawing suggests a further search of will and estate records that might serve to tie Morning to her husband and her husband to the Bass family.During his career Earl has also served on the governing boards of twelve local, state, and national nonprofit organizations.

It’s not known if these people descend from the Tuscarora or if they are the ancestors of the Haliwa-Saponi.

Lawing states that the Haliwa Indians of North Carolina intended to petition the federal government for federal recognition.

Today they are known as the Haliwa-Saponi and they are state, but not federally, recognized.

William Richardson, the progenitor of the early 20 century Haliwa left a will in 1798 that named, among others, his daughter, Morning Bass.

The Bass family is well documented to be among the Nansemond tribe, but it is not known who Morning Bass was married to, as no marriage records survive.

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