The name PASKE ranks 45,977 in terms
of frequency in the U.S. 1990 Census. Strangely enough the
name PASK is not listed. PASKs in the UK outnumber the PASKE by
90%. This may be because of immigrants coming from eastern Europe
were listed with the name PASKE.
The One-Name Study is in its infancy and therefore only a small
minority of PASK, PASKE information has been compiled from US
records. However this is increasing with the help of co-researchers.
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World War I draft cards have been extracted, these are in the
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United States of America
The main families are
detailed in the narratives section,
New York State
Henry and Mary PASK née
MARSHALL of New York State, compiled from information kindly
provided by Tom and Claudia DuBois. Henry was born on 11 March
1849 in Nocton, Lincolnshire. Henry and Mary MARSHALL emigrated
in 1872 on the RMS Abyssinia, together with his older brother
Edward, and Edward's wife
Ann (née MARSHALL),
and his younger sister Jane. Henry married Mary
MARSHALL on 3 December 1874. Information provided by Tom and
Claudia DuBois, indicates that Henry and Edward were descendants
of Johnannis Pask and Elizabeth ARCHER of Washingborough. In the
narratives section, the icon
indicates Johnannis and Elizabeth's descendants.
Charles and Filomenia PASK lived in New York in the 1890s together with their children Marshall Woolhouse, Durant, twins Lucius and Lawrence, and Royal Charles. Charles originated from Fulbeck, Lincolnshire and was the great-grandson of the Lincolnshire progenitor William PASK, (1769 - 1850) who lived in Wellingore & Fulbeck, Lincolnshire.
William Francis PASK, the
son of William and Bridget PASK
née MASSEY, was baptised in 1830 in Ewerby, Lincolnshire.
He emigrated to Newark, New Jersey. His sisters Mary
Elizabeth, wife of John Key
BROWN, and Sarah Kisyia LUKE
née PASK, also emigrated. William was a descendant
of William Pask (c1690) from
Wellingore, the icon
indicates this branch. Information provided by Philip L Fletcher.
Ohio and Wisconsin
Joseph PASK was baptized
on 29 November 1810 in Fulbeck, Lincolnshire. He immigrated to
Richland County, Ohio. After 4 years there, the family moved to
Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Two years after that, they moved to Hubbleton,
Wisconsin, for 15 years. They moved to Bryan, Ohio, in 1864. His
sons George and Thomas
traveled with him. However his daughter, Mary,
was temporarily left behind. Thomas returned to Lincolnshire and
married Elizabeth HALL in November 1832. Joseph's descendancy
chart shows six generations of American citizens. Information
provided by Dwight & Sharon Martin, and Diane Anderson.