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Edward Pascoe

From on Tue, 10 Jul 2007

Dear Elizabeth:
I invite you to view my web site for Taggert family, where you may find the family of Beatrice Pacoe, the wife of William James Furneaux.
I was delighted to find your web page, as finding the descendents of Matilda Mary Taggett and her husband Joseph Hicks (Beatrice's grandparents) has been a nightmare. I descendent from Matilda's older brother Josiah.
In 1852, Beatrice's grandparents arrived at Port "B" (Port Philip) aboard the "Augusta Schneider" along with their 3 children who had been born in Redruth, Cornwall, England. Also on board was Matilda's youngest brother Henry, his wife and their 2 children.
On the 1841 Census in England it details that Matilda and Henry were 15 years old. However, the baptismal record has never been located to date for Henry. Further, at the time, both Matilda and Henry worked as "Tin Dressers" in the mines of Cornwall. It was an extremely tough job, and I am sure that both had many dreams of what life could bring if they were successful on the Goldfields.
Beatrice is the daughter of Mary Matilda Hicks and her second husband Edward Joseph Pascoe. You may be interested in the following information:
Family History provided by Betty Brown:
Mary, along with her siblings Joseph, William, Thomas and Frederick went to Colorado in America. It is not know if her husband went or not. There is no record of Mary's husband.
Mary then married Edward Joseph Pascoe. They, along with their first child, sailed to Sydney on the "City of Sydney" leaving San Francisco 23 October 1880. Their younger children were born in Sandhurst Victoria, later to be renamed Bendigo.
Elizabeth, I was under the impression that William Furneaux and Beatrice has a son, also named William James Furneaux in 1907. Since your records are far more details than the information I have, I am wondering if you can verify that.
Finally, I would very much like to add some of your information (giving full credit to you, and the address of your web site).... if I may.
I look forward to hearing from you....
Patricia Ann Taggett

Marriages Sep 1844 - Joseph Hicks to Matilda Taggit at Redruth, Cornwall, Vol 9, page 284.
Joseph Hicks 27 came Aug 1852 as Unassisted Immigrants on the Augusta Schneider with Matild 29, Joseph 5, William 3 and infant Mary, also John Hicks 36 and Josiah 11,
Henry Taggett 24 came with Eliza 29, Lavinia 3 and William Henry aged 2. Also on board was Henry's brother-in-law Henry Francis 27 and his wife Nanny Sincock 26 (who wed first quarter of 1852) Henry Francis christened son of Jane and Thomas on 22 Jul 1826 at Redruth,
Eliza Francis chhristened dau of Jane and Thomas, on 10 Mar 1822 at Redruth Parents of Henry Francis lived 1851 Census, at "Cardrew Downs, Whl Peever Rd", Thomas Francis, Head,M,60, Copper Miner,Redruth Cornwall, , Mary Francis, Wife,M, 68, Redruth Cornwall,
Henry Taggat and Eliza Francis registered Elizabeth Jane 1854 christening record
* Christened: 1828, Plymouth, Devon, England
* Marriage (1): Eliza FRANCIS on 25 Dec 1849 in Redruth, Cornwall, England, Volume 9 Page 315
* Marriage (2): Louisa ORCHARD on 28 May 1868 in Woodside, Nairne, South Australia
* Died: 28 May 1878, Murray Bridge, South Australia, Australia at age 50
Henry married Eliza FRANCIS, daughter of Thomas FRANCIS and Jane BONE, on 25 Dec 1849 in Redruth, Cornwall, England. (Eliza FRANCIS was christened on 10 Mar 1822 in Redruth, Cornwall, England, died on 16 Feb 1854 in Forest Creek, Victoria, Australia and was buried in 1854 in Forest Creek Cemetery.)
Henry next married Louisa ORCHARD, daughter of Mr. ORCHARD and Mary Ann ORCHARD, on 28 May 1868 in Woodside, Nairne, Sa, Australia. (Louisa ORCHARD was christened on 4 Feb 1847 in Breage, Cornwall, England and died on 1 Feb 1896.)

United Kingdom Census Online, 1851 Census of England - Household Details, Enumeration District 1a, Piece HO107/1915 Folio 125 Page 16, 54, Old Work House, Redruth, Cornwall
Henry Taggett, Head, Married, age 25, Copper Miner, born N K Cornwall
Eliza Taggett, Wife, Married, age 27, born Redruth Cornwall
Livinia Taggett, Daughter, age 1, born Redruth Cornwall
William Taggett, Son, age 3 months, born Redruth Cornwall

The Index of Inward Passenger for British and Foreign Ports 1852-1911 arriving at Port B (Port Phillip) aboard the "Augusta Schneider Included: Henry Taggett age 24, Eliza Taggett age 29, Lavinia Taggett age 3 and William Henry Taggett age 2. Other family members aboard included his sister Matilda Hicks and her family, Henry's brother-in-law Henry Francis and his wife Nanny. Port B. Microfiche 005 Page 004

1853 - Bendigo Goldfields Petition, Henry TAGGET signed the Petition.

Public Record Office Victoria, August 1853 - Outward Passengers to Interstate, UK, NZ and Foreign Ports HY (Henry) TAGGART, age 28, was among the Passengers traveling aboard the "Union" leaving Victoria for Hobartown. Microfiche Number: 001

Births, Deaths and Marriage Registration - Adelaide, South Australia, Marriage Certificate No. 127 - 1868 Marriage in the District of Nairne No. 1 When Married: May 28, 1868, Name and Surname: Henry TAGGET and Louisa ORCHARD
both were "Full" of age, Condition: Widower and Spinster, Trade or Calling: Miner and A Servant, Residence at the time of Marriage: both lived in Kanmantoo, Names and Surnames of Fathers of both Parties: William TAGGET and Thomas READ
Place in which celebrated: At the office of the District Registry Woodside, In the presence of: John and Mary (mother) Kavanagh, Farmer, resident of Kanmantoo, In the presence of: John Orchard, Miner, residence of Kanmantoo

Births, Deaths and Marriage Registration - Adelaide, South Australia Death Certificate No. 17, 1878 - District of Strathbryn, When Died: May 28, Name and Surname: Henry TAGGETT Sex: Male Age: 44 Years, Rank of Profession: Labourer, Usual Residence: Kanmantoo Cause of Death: Died Suddenly, Place where death occurred: Murray Bridge, Signature, Description and Residence of Informant: William Henry ORCHARD, Miner, Kanmantoo, Signature of Assistant Registrar: A. Sexton, Callington.

The Rural City of Murray Bridge, Surname TAGGERT or TAGGETT, Given Names Henry, Cemetery Callington Cemetery, Last Residence MURRAY BRIDGE Date of Death 30/5/1878, Age at Death 44 years, Minister Officiating Joel Fry of Kanmantoo Permit/Lease/Register 89, Burial/Order Number 208

Joseph Hicks and Matilda Tagget registered Thomas born at Creswick 1856 #5002
Lavinia Taggett from Redruth wed 1868 #3859 to Smith McCracken (born 1838 at Rasharkin, Antrim Ireland, came 1857 on the Mindoro, thanks to Paul W Dixon saved FirstFamilies2001 page)
William Hicks born at Redruth wed in Victoria 1875 #4761 to Emma Teague
Joseph Hicks died aged 50 in 1874 at Ballarat
Return to Liverpool, UK in Dec 1857 on the Morning Light - Joseph 30, Matilda 28, Joseph 10, William 8, Mary 4 and infant And in 1861, Census, 29,Plain-An-Gwarry,1, Matilda Hicks,Wife,M, 37, Copper Miner's Wife, Plymouth Devon, Husband abroad
Joseph Hicks,Son, 14, Copper Miner, Redruth Cornwall, William Hicks,Son, 12, Copper Miner, Redruth Cornwall, Mary M Hicks,Dau, 10, Scholar, Redruth Cornwall, Thomas Hicks,Son, 5, Scholar, Australia B S Overseas Brit. Subj, Fredrick Hicks,Son, 2, Redruth Cornwall,

Edward Pascoe 12 Nov 1847 - 21 Apr 1893 born in Stilhains, Cornwall, and died in Butte, Montana, USA, came c1880 with Mary Matilda Hicks 20 May 1851 - 14 Aug 1928 dau of Matilda Mary Taggett and Joseph Hicks, born in Redruth, Cornwall, England, lived at Sandhurst, died in Melbourne, Vic Aust

6 Children 1. Eugene Pascoe 24 Feb 1878, Clear Creek County, Colorado, USA
2. Annie Pascoe 1881 #25872
3. Lillian Pascoe 1883 #12168
4. Beatrice Pascoe 1885 #13466
5. Denice Pascoe 1886 #29426
6. Muirly Matilda Pascoe 1888 #15506
1. Eugene Pascoe 24 Feb 1878, Clear Creek County, Colorado, USA, wed 30 Apr 1908 to Richard Thomas Horbury in Perth, Western Australia
4. Beatrice Pascoe 1885 #13466 - 1948 #6268 aged 63, wed 1907 #5714 to William James Furneaux 1882 #4622 - 1976 #909 aged 94,

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