Author Topic: Pasmore / Passmore family help 1820s-1860s  (Read 110 times)

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Re: Pasmore / Passmore family help 1820s-1860s
« Reply #9 on: Tuesday 04 May 21 11:03 BST (UK) »
The people to account for at Census 1851 should be parents John PASMAORE, wife Elizabeth, daughter Mary b. 1835, daughter Elizabeth Johanna b. 1837?

Yes, absolutely. I know why I can't find them in the 1841 census, as the White Cross Street pages are lost, but not being able to find them in the 1851 census is frustrating!

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Re: Pasmore / Passmore family help 1820s-1860s
« Reply #10 on: Tuesday 04 May 21 11:14 BST (UK) »
The Age 4 Oct 1897 p8
https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/188145530?
ROBEY.-The friends of Robert ROBEY are respectfully invited to follow the remains
of his late dearly beloved wife, Elizabeth, to the place of interment,, the Melbourne General Cemetery. The funeral will leave 87 Courtney-Street North Melbourne, .TO-MORROW (Tuesday), 6th
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Thanks so much for your searches, especially this newspaper article from 1897.

It is especially interesting to me having visited Elizabeth Johanna's grave in Melbourne in 2010, so this newspaper connection to the funeral is amazing to have. Thanks!

Her widower husband Robert Robey returned to England after her death and I often wonder how he afforded the passage back from Australia.

His two sons were in Australia, while his three daughters were in England. I guess after his wife's death he decided he wanted to come home and be near his daughters. But I'll likely never know the events that led to his return.

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Re: Pasmore / Passmore family help 1820s-1860s
« Reply #11 on: Tuesday 04 May 21 11:16 BST (UK) »
The Age 15 May 1901 p12
https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/190042040?
HILL.— The Friends, of the late Mr. JOHN HILL are respectfully invited 'to follow hls remains
to the  place of interment, the -Melbourne General Cemetery. The funeral will leave his residence. ,87 Courtney-street, North Melbourne, THIS DAY

The Age 14 May 1902 p1
https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/199389570?
HILL— ......my dear husband beloved father of Ada K Hill, who departed
who departed this life at his late residence 87 Courtney-street, North Melbourne
....wife and daughter Minnie and Ada..

BDM VIC death
6461/1901   HILL  Jno   parents Cath TAYLOR / Wm  HILL
died  Melb E   age 52

Sorry, I am not sure who these Hill people are and the connection to the Pasmores. Have I missed the link? Thanks again.


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Re: Pasmore / Passmore family help 1820s-1860s
« Reply #12 on: Tuesday 04 May 21 11:23 BST (UK) »


You have Elizabeth Johanna PASMORE, born ~1837. Elizabeth has sister Mary PASMORE, born ~ 1835.

What do you have for later life of this Mary?

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Re: Pasmore / Passmore family help 1820s-1860s
« Reply #13 on: Wednesday 05 May 21 23:19 BST (UK) »
You have Elizabeth Johanna PASMORE, born ~1837. Elizabeth has sister Mary PASMORE, born ~ 1835.

What do you have for later life of this Mary?

With her husband Richard Benjamin Tayler (c1832/6–1918), Mary had the following children:

1. William Marson|Marsden Tayler (1854–1915)

2. Amelia Tayler|Hines (1856–aft 1901)

3. Richard Benjamin Tayler (1859–aft 1891)

4. Alice Mary Tayler|Smith (1861–aft 1911)

5. Diana Taylor|Tayler (1864–1867)

6. Charles Frederick Tayler (1869–1873)

7. Mary Elizabeth Tayler (1873–1873)

Mary appears to have separated from her husband and in the 1901 census is on her own at Grafton Street, Mile End Old Town.

I do not know when Mary died, although have found her husband's death in 1918.

Thanks,
Jon