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Mary BASS
 1750 - 23 Oct 1788 (40 yrs)

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  • Christened  30 Jul 1750  Teynham, Kent, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Gender  Female 
    Died  23 Oct 1788 (40 yrs)  Faversham, Kent, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    Person ID  I3766  Young Family Kent Ancestry
    Last Modified  23 Sep 2009 12:16:07 
     
    Father  John BASS 
    Mother  Elizabeth, b. Abt 1726 
    Family ID  F2533  Group Sheet
     
    Family  Stephen COLLARD, b. Abt 1750 
    Married  7 Dec 1771  Teynham, Kent, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [3
    Children 
    >1. John COLLARD, c. 24 May 1772, Teynham, Kent, England
    >2. Elizabeth COLLARD, c. 2 Jan 1780, Faversham, Kent, England
     3. Stephen COLLARD, c. 29 Sep 1784, Faversham, Kent, England
    Family ID  F1234  Group Sheet
     
  • Documents
    Mitochondrial profile results
    Mitochondrial profile results
    Mitochondrial DNA profile results for Mary Bass and all of her female descendants and any immediate male descendants of such a female descendant.
     
  • Notes 
    • 1: Lancet. 2005 Dec 17;366(9503):2118-21.

      Mitochondrial DNA and survival after sepsis: a prospective study.Baudouin SV, Saunders D, Tiangyou W, Elson JL, Poynter J, Pyle A, Keers S, Turnbull DM, Howell N, Chinnery PF.
      University Department of Surgical & Reproductive Sciences, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK.

      BACKGROUND: Human genome evolution has been shaped by infectious disease. Although most genetic studies have focused on the immune system, recovery after sepsis is directly related to physiological reserve that is critically dependent on mitochondrial function. We investigated whether haplogroup H, the most common type of mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) in Europe, contributes to the subtle genetic variation in survival after sepsis. METHODS: In a prospective study, we included 150 individuals who were sequentially admitted to the intensive care unit in a hospital in Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. After clinical data were obtained, patients underwent mtDNA haplotyping by analysis with PCR and restriction fragment length polymorphism. As endpoints, we used death during the 6-month period or survival at 6 months. FINDINGS: Follow-up was complete for all study participants, although the haplotype of two patients could not be reliably determined. On admission to the intensive care unit, the frequency of mtDNA haplogroup H in study patients did not differ between study patients admitted with severe sepsis and 542 age-matched controls from the northeast of England. MtDNA haplogroup H was a strong independent predictor of outcome during severe sepsis, conferring a 2.12-fold (95% CI 1.02-4.43) increased chance of survival at 180 days compared with individuals without the haplogroup H. INTERPRETATION: Although haplogroup H is the most recent addition to the group of European mtDNA, paradoxically it is also the most common. Increased survival after sepsis provides one explanation for this observation. MtDNA haplotyping offers a new means of risk stratification of patients with severe infections, which suggests new avenues for therapeutic intervention. FINDINGS: Haplogroup H carriers being twice as likely to survive severe sepsis.

     
  • Sources 
    1. [S57] Archdeacon's Transcript, Church of England, Canterbury Cathedral Archives, (U.S.A., Salt Lake City: Genealogical Society of Utah), Teynham, Kent, England, GSU Film #1752238, 30 Jul 1750.

    2. [S49] Bishop's Transcript, England, Church of England, Canterbury Cathedral Archives, Canterbury, Kent, England, (U.S.A., Salt Lake City: Genealogical Society of Utah), Faversham, Kent, England GSU Film #1736720, 23 Oct 1788.
      Age recorded as being 40 yrs at time of burial.

    3. [S36] Parish Register, England, Kent: Church of England, Canterbury Cathedral Archives, (U.S.A., Salt Lake City: Genealogical Society of Utah), Teynham, Kent, England GSU film #2353686, 7 Dec 1771.
      Marriage Banns, page 17, 1771, entry #83, Stephen Collor and Mary Bass, banns called 17 Nov and 24 Nov by William Strong and on 1 December by Edward Penry, Minister.

      Marriage Book, page 20, 1771, entry #78, Marriage solemnized between Stephen Collar of Preston and Mary Bass of this parish by banns on the 7th day of December 1771 by Edward Penry. Both Stephen and Mary signed the register with an 'X'. Witnesses Essex Taylor and William Ivy. [Note: William Ivy appears to have been a churchwarden. Essex Taylor married 13 May 1776 after banns, Mary Dyaper, both of Teynham. Witnesses were William Evernden and William Ivy.]

  

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