The Pascoe family, comprising Wallis, a stockbroker, his mother Agnes and his sister Amy, moved to Bracken Hill, a substantial modern house set in large grounds on the south side of the new town of Woking, c.1895.
Amy was a keen sportswoman, particularly skilled at golf, and is understood to have been an acquaintance of the composer Dame Ethel Smyth (1858-1944) and the Empress Eugenie (1826-1920) of France at Farnborough Hill.
The British Ladies Amateur Golf Championship was founded in 1893 by the Ladies’ Golf Union of Great Britain. Until the dawn of the professional era in 1976, it was the most important golf tournament for women in Great Britain. In 1896, Amy won the championship at Royal Liverpool Golf Club.
She won numerous trophies and was elected County Captain of Surrey Ladies County Golf Association when founded in 1900.
Amy contributed to The Book of Golf and Golfers, 1898, and The World of Golf published a year later.
For a digitised version of The Book Of Golf And Golfers by Horace G. Hutchinson (Longmans, Green & Co., 1900), which contains the image of Amy Pascoe ‘at top of swing’, see the website http://www.curedmygolfslice.com and the page http://www.curedmygolfslice.com/golf-flat-swing-upright-swing.php