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John T Pass and Sarah Pass nee Holland Staffordshire, England
Posted by: L Henstock (ID *****9619) Date: August 26, 2010 at 03:36:28
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Hi, I writing this in hope that someone may be able to help.

I'm trying to find the whereabouts of John T (thought to be Thomas) Pass and his wife Sarah Pass (Born Holland)

John was born in 1868 Wednsebury, Staffordshire, England and Sarah was Born in 1870 Cannock, Staffordshire England.

They had two children (which I know of)
Sarah Lillian Pass 1891 West Bromwich
John Thomas Pass 1893 West Bromwich.

We have then in the 1891 English census Then John T Pass travels to New York arriving on the 8th of may 1893 on the ship Berlin heading for Philadelphia. 4 Month later Sarah and kids Travel to New York arriving September 26th 1893 on the ship Alaska. They where also head for Philadelphia.

in 1911 their Children Sarah Lillian and John Thomas are back in England. Family members say they believe the children where sent back to England by themselves having someone look after them on the voyage home. They also believe their Mother Sarah Pass Dies in the USA and that their Father John T Pass was a Stiple Jack.

I have tried to find Sarah and John in the USA as well as any Deaths but have found nothing, Any help will be Gratefully received.



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