Anne Bassett (1878-1956) - The daughter of Herb and Elizabeth Basset, who owned a ranch in the isolated area of Brown's Hole, near the Wyoming, Colorado, and Utah border, Anne was the first white girl to be born in Brown's Hole. Butch Cassidy and the Wild Bunch were frequent visitors to the ranch and often courted both Anne and her sister Josie. Anne's father was an unassuming man who allowed his wife, Elizabeth, to run the ranch.
When rumors began to fly that Anne and her mother were intentionally running Two Bar cattle over the cliffs out of spite, the cattle barons hired Tom Horn to infiltrate Brown's Hole. After warning Matt Rush, Isom Dart, and other area ranchers to leave the area, he shot and killed the two men when they refused to vacate.
When Ann Married H. Bernard the manager of the Two Bar, he was quickly fired. The marriage lasted six years. When Ann was caught rusting cattle from the "enemy" ranch, she was tried but acquitted. In 1928, Ann married a man named Frank Willis and the two settled in a small southwestern Utah town where she lived until her death at the age of 78. Over the years, many believed that Ann Basset and Etta Place were the same women; however, most historians have discounted these allegations.