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Doreen looking for Pasco/Pascoe burials in CT.
Posted by: betty mclaughlin (ID *****1884) Date: September 13, 2009 at 14:23:57
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Hello list

I have just joined this list,
hoping to find out if some of my ancestors
may have died in Connecticut

all the info I have at present

is that a Ellen P PASCOE
was born in Rockville CT,
1876,

this is off a census record for 1880 in Westerly Rhode Island,
also on the same record was her mother Thomasine,

on the 1900 census it stated she had 4 children dead and 1 alive
which was Ellen,

what I was trying to find out, is any information about the other 4
children
that may have died in Connecticut and were buried there

I have found that the Family moved to R.I.
sometime after 1876 as they were in Westerly R.I. on the 1880 census,
and are all buried in Westerly R.I.
but the 4 other children were not in the cemetery at Westerly,

so I am asking the list,

if there are any death records possibly from 1870 to 1876 before 1880
as I am unsure when they moves from C.T. to R.I.
after Ellen was born,

also if there are any Cemetery records online that I may be able to see
if any Pascoe/ Pasco children are buried in Connecticut

hoping this is not too big a request

I live in Australia,

regards

Doreen
please contact doreen at dormax@netspace.net.au thank u betty


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