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Trying to find Pascoe
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|Charles||Report||5 Dec 2003 17:00|
My Father Charles Douglas Pascoe was adopted at birth. His birth Father was Thomas Poley Clarke who was deceased before he was born. Mother Emily Clark nee Webb. The last address I have for them is 56 Ernald Ave. London E6 His adopted Father Charles Douglas Pascoe born 1872 Married Mary Catherine Harris at St Marks Church Bow London May 9th 1902. In the 1901 Cencus they were living at 72 High St Bromley by Bow London I am seeking out any of my Grandparents families. My Grandmother, Mary Pascoe was a Suffraget, imprisoned with Emiline Pankhurst