|Death: ||Jun. 20, 1870|
Elizabeth (?) Pascal (c.1788 - 20 June 1870) is possibly the Elizabeth (Marshall) Pascal who was married to Peter Pascal on 7 Dec 1815 by license by Rev. Beasley at St. Paul's Protestant Episcopal Church, Baltimore City, Maryland.
In the 1827 Baltimore City Directory, Peter Pascall, sea captain, lived on Bond E side N of Alisanna [Aliceanna].
In the 1829 Baltimore City Directory, Elizabeth Pascall lived on Bond Street near Alice Anna Street, and Peter Pascal, sea captain, lived at 91 Bond Street.
In the 1833 Baltimore City Directory, Capt. Peter Pascal lived on Bond Street near Fleet.
On 27 Sept 1833, Peter Pascal, of Baltimore City, purchased a lot on Orleans Street in the vicinity of Spring and Caroline Streets in Baltimore City from Charles Hawkins and George M. Gill for $800.00.
In the 1837-38 Baltimore City Directory, Capt. Peter Pascall, mariner, lived on Orleans Street, east of Spring Street.
On 2 Oct 1838, Peter Pascal and wife, Elizabeth, of Baltimore City, sold the same lot he had purchased in 1833 to David Henderson for $1,000 lawful money.
In the 1842 Baltimore City Directory, Peter and Elizabeth were living at the corner of Orleans Street and Strawberry Alley, and Elizabeth was a "grocer." No occupation is given for Peter.
In the 1845 Baltimore City Directory, Capt. Peter Pascal lived at 159 Orleans Street.
In the 1847-48 Baltimore City Directory, Peter Pascal was a "grocer" at 159 Orleans Street.
In the 1850 Census, Elizabeth was living with the family of her daughter, Catherine Eugenia (Pascal) Bowen, in the 7th Ward of Baltimore City, Maryland, and she had no occupation.
In the 1855-56 Baltimore City Directory, Elizabeth Pascal lived at 159 Orleans Street.
In the 1860 Census, Catherine and her three daughters were living with Catherine's mother, Elizabeth, and Elizabeth was a "store keeper."
Peter Pascal (1793 - 1853)*
Marion A Pascal (1831 - 1878)*
Plot: Section B, Lot 167
Created by: myta
Record added: Dec 31, 2010
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