Territorial Women's Memorial Rose Garden
ELIZA JANE PASCOE
Eliza Jane was born in New Harmony, Posey County, Indiana, on November 9, 1842.

She came to Globe, Arizona, in 1878. Her husband, James H. Pascoe, was a successful businessman in the pioneer town of Globe City. He was the owner of Pascoe’s Restaurant, which he advertised as a first class restaurant with meals served by prompt and attentive waiters. He also owned Pascoe’s Corral and Livery Stable and Pascoe’s Hotel. In addition he was part owner of the Middleton and Pascoe Blacksmith Shop.

Eliza Jane and James had five children: Frank, Fred, Rovilla Crampton, Florence Miller and Anna Trojanovich.

At the age of 93, Eliza was the oldest living pioneer resident of Globe before her death in July 1936. She is interred in the family plot at the Globe Cemetery.

Donor: Mona McCroskey
June 2003


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