10/25/1578, John Paskow born in Cornwall, England, s/o 16388. John Pascoe & 16389. Elizabeth Edwards.
~1580, Thomasine born in Cornwall, England, d/o 16390. Walter Kempe.
7/25/1603, King James I succeeded Queen Elizabeth I in England.
1601, William Kempe, Master of the Grammar School at Plymouth, wrote his will. He named his father, Walter Kempe, his brother Robert, and his sisters, Thomasine, and Joany [whom he left his smallest volume of the English Bible.]
~1590, Thomasine born in England.
Aft. 1603, Plaintiffs: John Pascowe alias John Baker. Defendants: Thomas Kendall. Subject: messuages and lands in the parish of St Austell, Cornwall. Document type: [pleadings]. (S) UKNA, C 2/JasI/P3/27.
4/8/1604, Thomasine’s father died.
1604, John Pascoe married Thomasine at St. Stephen by Saltash, Cornwall.
11/5/1605, The “Gunpowder Plot”, an attempt to assassinate King James I.
1611, The “King James Bible”, the 3rd English translation accomplished by 47 scholars from Greek [New Testament], Hebrew [Old Testament] and Latin [Apocrypha], published.
3/23/1618, John [Paskowe, Pascoe, Pascowe] died; buried at St. Stephens. (S) UKNA, WARD 7/58/86.
5/7/1618, Probate of Will of John Pascowe of Torr, Cornwall. (S) UKNA.
3/18/1619, “Thomasine Paskow, widow” of St. Stephens by Saltash, remarried to Francis Crocker, gent., of Ermington. [Multiple children.] (S) Exeter Marriage Licences.
3/15/1620, Francis, son of Francis Croker, gent. , and Thomasine his wife baptized at St. Stephens. [1st child by Francis associated with Thomasine.]
By 1625, Defendants: Francis Crocker, Thomasin Crocker his wife, Richard Porter, William Hechins and Josias Hobb. Subject: lease of a tenement in Trematon in the parish of St Stephen's by Saltash, Cornwall. (S) UKNA, C 2/JasI/W11/35.
2/2/1626, Charles I became King of England; succeeding King James I of Scotland and England.
10/12/1627, Moses, son of Francis Croker, gent. baptized at St. Stephens. [Last child.]
5/11/1630, Thomasine buried.
(S) Heraldic Church Notes – From Cornwall.
1553–1603, John Pascoe and Elizabeth, his wife, vs. Margery Parkyne and others, land in St. Stephen’s, Cornwall. (S) GBPRO, Lists and Indexes, V21, Proceedngs in Court of Requests.
CRO AP/P/44 Will of John Pascowe, yeoman, of St Stephens by Saltash 1603-1604.
Children of John and Thomasine:
i. Elizabeth Pascowe, born ~1608 in Cornwall, England.
5/16/1628, Elizabeth married Arthur Burell in Cornwall. (S) Visitations of Cornwall.
8/10/1642, Elixabeth buried at St. Stephens by Saltash.
ii. Johanna Paskowe (4097), born ~1611 in Cornwall, England.
iii. Mary Pascowe, baptized 10/18/1615 in Cornwall England.