Stuart Charles PASK

#1, b. 4 July 1930
Last Edited=23 Jul 2015
Stuart Charles & Teresa Pask née Euridge
June 2009 on MV Queen Victoria
     Stuart Charles PASK was born on 4 July 1930 in 47 Green Lane Road, Leicester, Leicestershire.1,2 He was the son of Frederick Harold PASK and Jane SAVAGE.2
Stuart was a Page Boy at the marriage of Lilian JOHNSON and Harold Joseph PASK on 20 June 1936 in St. Thomas, Derby, Derbyshire.3,4,5
He was mentioned in the wedding report in Derby Evening Telegraph, Derby, Derbyshire on 20 June 1936.5
Stuart married Patricia BEARDSLEY, daughter of Alfred BEARDSLEY and Elizabeth CARTER, on 20 March 1954 in All Saints' Church, Sawley, Derbyshire.6,7 Stuart and Patricia were divorced in 1976 in Plymouth, Devon.6
Stuart married Teresa Denise Margaret JONES on 21 January 1977 in Plymouth Registry Office, Plymouth, Devon.8,9

Child of Stuart Charles PASK and Teresa Denise Margaret EURIDGE

Sources of Information:

  1. [S2] GRO Indexes to Births. "1930/Q3 PASK, Stuart C. SAVAGE Leicester 7a 350."
  2. [S69] Copy of the birth certificate of Stuart Charles Pask, born 4 July 1930.
  3. [S3] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "1936/Q2 PASK, Harold J. JOHNSON Derby 7b 1657."
  4. [S77] Verbal information supplied by Harold Joseph Pask to his brother Stuart Charles Pask.
  5. [S5520] Website FindmyPast: British Newspapers 1710-1963.
  6. [S74] Personal Information supplied by Stuart Pask.
  7. [S3] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "1954/Q1 PASK, Stuart C. BEARDSLEY Ilkeston 3a 896."
  8. [S3] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "1977/Q1 PASK, Stuart C. = JONES, Teresa D. M. Plymouth 21 1127."
  9. [S70] Original marriage certificate of Stuart Charles Pask and Teresa Denise Margaret Jones formerly Euridge, 21 January 1977.

Frederick Harold PASK1,2

#2, b. 26 October 1885, d. 30 November 1954
Last Edited=3 Aug 2014
Frederick Harold Pask
(1185-1954)
     Frederick Harold PASK was born on 26 October 1885 in Crossing Keeper's Cottage, Gowdall, Yorkshire.3,2 He was the son of George PASK and Elizabeth CLARK.4,1,5
After his father's early death in 1888, the family returned to the father's home village in Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire. Although they had relatives in the village, his mother Elizabeth had to rely on the Parish, receiving half a loaf of bread per week. She took a job as a housekeeper to the then Grantham member of parliament, who was reputed to have had twenty-one children. His mother would have to walk each morning and back, from Great Gonerby to Grantham, approximately 4 miles. The sons worked for various farmers, from 6:30 in the morning, until school time, and then after school until dark. One of Frederick's job was to lead the plough horse. On very cold mornings, he would warm his hands under the horse's collar. He also recounted that he would have to walk beside the horse leading it by the reins, which meant that the horse would flick its foot against his ankle, making it bleed. When he couldn't stand the pain anymore, he would change to the other side only to have the pain inflicted to the other ankle. He never wanted to return to the good old days in 1888.6
In the census of 5 April 1891 in Pond Street, Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire, he was listed as aged 5 born in Gowdall Yorkshire, the son of Elizabeth PASK.5
In the census of 31 March 1901 in 5 Alford Street, Grantham, Lincolnshire, he was listed as an Apprentice to Fitter at Ironworks aged 15 born in Gowdall Yorks [Yorkshire], the son of Elizabeth PASK.7
Between 1899 and 1911, Frederick was an apprentice Fitter and Turner in the brass gallery at Richard Hornsby Sons Limited, Grantham continuing in their employment as a Journeyman until aged 25, then as a fully skilled tradesman.

Just after the beginning of the war in 1914, he volunteered for service as a Naval Ordnance Artificer, and was based at Chatham, with attachments to dockyard installations at Rosyth, Dunkerque (for a short period), Invergordon, Thurso, and Scapa Flow.

At the end of the war in 1918 he returned to Grantham to find there were no vacancies with his civilian employer.6
Frederick married Frances Alice WRIGHT, daughter of John Joseph WRIGHT and Alice Mary HOYES, on 20 April 1908 in Commercial Road Primitive Methodist Chapel, Spittlegate, Grantham, Lincolnshire. He was a Bachelor aged 22, an Engine Fitter residing at 10 Edward Street, Spitalgate, Within. His father was listed as George PASK (deceased), a Railway Signalman. The marriage was witnessed by Agnes WRIGHT, and Olive MURROW.8,9
In the census of 2 April 1911 in 76 Edward Street, Grantham, Lincolnshire, Frederick was listed as aged 25 born in "Godale" [Gowdall] the Head of Household; a Fitter, living with his wife Frances Alice, and son Harold Joseph.10
His wife, Frances, died at the end of the First World War during the Influenza epidemic in February 1919 in Grantham, Lincolnshire.11
Frederick returned to the Admiralty to work in Grimsby decommissioning trawlers, prior to their return to the original pre-war owners. At the end of the contract in 1920, he returned to Grantham to find there was no Engineering work available at all, as it was the period of the great Industrial Depression.12
Frederick married Jane SUNLEY, daughter of William SAVAGE and Fanny Ann PECK, on 26 April 1920 in The Register Office, Grantham, Lincolnshire. He was a Widower aged 34, an Oil and Gass Engineer's Marker Off, residing at 1 Edward Street, Grantham. His father was listed as George Pask (deceased), a Railway Signalman. The marriage was witnessed by Benjamin COLDRON, and Hilda WELCH.13,14
He found employment at Belvoir Castle repairing farm equipment and general handyman work - at times cleaning windows and acting as Grounds Security at the Society Balls in the Castle.12 In 1925 he found employment back in his trade in Leicester, on the manufacture of Woodworking Machinery, with Companies which included Mellor Bromleys, Stibbies, and Wadkin's, on the installation of their machines at their customers' factories.

In 1934 he joined Crossley Premier at Sandiacre as an "Outdoor Mechanic" on the testing and installation of their gas engines, the type that he had worked on whilst serving his apprenticeship in Grantham.12 In 1939 he joined the build-up of the work force at the Nottingham Royal Ordnance Factory, prior to the Second World War. He was there for approximately two years and then transferred, with a number of key personnel, to open the Newport Royal Ordnance Factory in South Wales where he remained until October 1944. He returned to Nottingham, until 1950 where he was made redundant at the age of 65. He then worked for Bridgeford Engineering until his untimely death from Cancer in 1954.1 Frederick Harold PASK was the informant of the birth of Margaret E. SAVIN in 1951 in the Oxford registration district.15
Frederick died on 30 November 1954 in 36 Wilford Grove, The Meadows, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, at the age of 69.16,17

Children of Frederick Harold PASK and Frances Alice WRIGHT

Children of Frederick Harold PASK and Jane SAVAGE

Sources of Information:

  1. [S1] Verbal information supplied by Jane Pask née Savage.
  2. [S2] GRO Indexes to Births. "1885/Q4 PASK, Frederick Harold Goole 9c 780."
  3. [S3063] Copy of the birth certificate of Frederick Harold Pask, born 26 October 1885. Click to view the birth certificate
  4. [S63] Copy birth certificate (Information currently not computerized).
  5. [S484] Image of the 1891 Census for Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire: RG12 Piece 2586 Folio 86 Page 9.
  6. [S68] Verbal information supplied by Frederick Harold Pask to his son Stuart Pask.
  7. [S483] Image of the 1901 Census for Grantham, Lincolnshire: RG13 Piece 3054 Folio 44 Page 9.
  8. [S4857] Copy of the marriage certificate of Frederick Harold Pask and Frances Alice Wright, 12 April 1908. Click to view the marriage certificate
  9. [S3] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "1908/Q2 PASK, Frederick Harold = WRIGHT, Frances Alice Grantham 7a 1160."
  10. [S3809] Image of the 1911 Census for 76 Edward Street, Grantham, Lincolnshire: RG14 Piece 19682 Schedule 361.
  11. [S4] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "1919/Q1 PASK, Frances A. Grantham 7a 771 age 32."
  12. [S74] Personal Information supplied by Stuart Pask.
  13. [S4858] Copy of the marriage certificate of Frederick Harold Pask and Jane Sunley, 26 April 1920. Click to view the marriage certificate
  14. [S3] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "1920/Q2 PASK, Frederick G. = SUNLEY, Jane Grantham 7a 1611 (Incorrectly recorded as Frederick G; instead of Frederick H."
  15. [S2] GRO Indexes to Births. "1951/Q2 SAVIN, Margaret E PASQUE Oxford."
  16. [S4] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "1954/Q4 PASK, Frederick H. Nottingham 3c 355 age 69."
  17. [S85] Copy of the death certificate of Frederick Harold Pask, who died 30 November 1954.
  18. [S69] Copy of the birth certificate of Stuart Charles Pask, born 4 July 1930.

Jane SAVAGE

#3, b. 17 May 1892, d. 1 February 1985
Last Edited=3 Aug 2014
     Jane SAVAGE was born on 17 May 1892 in 64 Cleethorpe Road, Grimsby, Lincolnshire.1,2,3 She was the daughter of William SAVAGE and Fanny Ann PECK.4,1
In the census of 31 March 1901 in No. 2 Back of 173 Kent Street, Grimsby, Lincolnshire, she was listed as the daughter of William SAVAGE.3
Jane married William SUNLEY, son of George John SUNLEY and Rose Hannah WALKER, on 23 January 1915 in Park Congregational Church, Humberston Road, Clee, Grimsby, Lincolnshire.4,5,6
Her husband, William, died on 10 June 1918 in 3.5 mls off the coast off Whitby, Whitby, Yorkshire, at the age of 27; He was killed in action, 3.5 mls off the coast of Whitby.4,7,5
Jane married Frederick Harold PASK, son of George PASK and Elizabeth CLARK, on 26 April 1920 in The Register Office, Grantham, Lincolnshire. She was a Widow aged 27 residing at 1 Edward Street, Grantham. Her father was listed as William Savage, a Fish Dock Labourer. The marriage was witnessed by Benjamin COLDRON, and Hilda WELCH.8,9
Her husband, Frederick, died on 30 November 1954 in 36 Wilford Grove, The Meadows, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, at the age of 69.10,11 She attended the marriage of Teresa Denise Margaret JONES and Stuart Charles PASK on 21 January 1977 in Plymouth Registry Office, Plymouth, Devon.12,13
Jane died on 1 February 1985 in 18 Gutersloh Court, Central Avenue, Stapleford, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, at the age of 92.14,2

Research Note: For more information see Jane Savage in my maternal family.

Child of Jane SAVAGE and William SUNLEY

  • James William SUNLEY15

Children of Jane SAVAGE and Frederick Harold PASK

Sources of Information:

  1. [S63] Copy birth certificate (Information currently not computerized).
  2. [S4] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "PASK, JANE 17 May 1892 BASFORD 1985 February Page No 17 Reg No 285."
  3. [S312] Transcript of the 1901 . "PRO Ref RG13 Piece 3092 Folio 21 Page 34."
  4. [S1] Verbal information supplied by Jane Pask née Savage.
  5. [S11] Royal Navy Records of William Sunley.
  6. [S64] Copy marriage certificate (Information currently not computerized).
  7. [S8] Website Commonwealth War Graves Commission (http://www.cwgc.org).
  8. [S4858] Copy of the marriage certificate of Frederick Harold Pask and Jane Sunley, 26 April 1920. Click to view the marriage certificate
  9. [S3] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "1920/Q2 PASK, Frederick G. = SUNLEY, Jane Grantham 7a 1611 (Incorrectly recorded as Frederick G; instead of Frederick H."
  10. [S4] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "1954/Q4 PASK, Frederick H. Nottingham 3c 355 age 69."
  11. [S85] Copy of the death certificate of Frederick Harold Pask, who died 30 November 1954.
  12. [S3] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "1977/Q1 PASK, Stuart C. = JONES, Teresa D. M. Plymouth 21 1127."
  13. [S70] Original marriage certificate of Stuart Charles Pask and Teresa Denise Margaret Jones formerly Euridge, 21 January 1977.
  14. [S72] Copy of the death certificate of Jane Pask, who died 1 February 1985.
  15. [S74] Personal Information supplied by Stuart Pask.

Frederick Ernest PASK

#5, b. 13 March 1923, d. 7 July 2014
Last Edited=8 Apr 2015
Frederick Ernest Pask (1923-2014)
Taken in Malta in 1948
     Frederick Ernest PASK was born on 13 March 1923 at 9 Council Cottages, Woolsthorpe-by-Belvoir, Lincolnshire.1,2,3 He was the son of Frederick Harold PASK and Jane SAVAGE.1

Frederick married Elsie HUDDLESTONE on 21 March 1942 in Registry Office, Newport, Monmouthshire.4,5,6 They were divorced on 21 July 1965 in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire.7
Frederick married Doris SMITH on 19 March 1966 in the Salvation Army Memorial Hall, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire.8,7,9

He and Doris attended the marriage of Teresa Denise Margaret JONES and Stuart Charles PASK on 21 January 1977 in Plymouth Registry Office, Plymouth, Devon.10,11

His wife, Doris, died on 21 April 1999 in The Railway Convalesence Home, Dawlish, Devon, at the age of 79. Fred was convalescing after an operation. Doris suddenly passed away most unexpectedly.7,12

In the Nottingham Post in 2005, it reported on the founding of the Salvation Army band, in 1880. This included an interview with Fred:
For more than 60 years bandsman Fred Pask, 82, of Nuthall, played the biggest instrument in the band - the B-flat bass tuba.

A stalwart, who remains on the band's reserve, he recalled many happy highlights, including tours to Switzerland and Norway, appearing at London's Royal Albert Hall, several radio broadcasts and taking part in the televised Songs of Praise.

"His favourite anecdote came as the band lined up on either side of a pathway to play a royal farewell after the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh opened a church project in Hyson Green. There was torrential rain and although I was half under a canopy, water dripped into my bass. Just before stepping into the car, Prince Philip leaned over to ask: 'Are you gurgling yet, tuba?13'"


Frederick died on 7 July 2014 in Maynell House, High Road East, Felixstowe, Suffolk, at the age of 91.4,3
His death was reported in the Nottingham Post. It read:
Bereavement   -   PASK
PASK Frederick Ernest Formerly of Nuthall, passed away peacefully on 6th July 2014, aged 91. Will be sadly missed by Janet, Clive and family, and by his many friends at The Salvation Army. Funeral service is to be held on Wednesday 16th July at 12.45pm at Seven Hills Crematorium, Ipswich and afterwards at The Salvation Army Citadel, Ipswich. All welcome. Enquiries to East of England Funeral Services.14
His cremation was announced in the East Anglian Times on 16 July 2014. It read:
Cremations at Seven Hills Crematorium, Nacton, Ipswich Wednesday, July 16
PASK, Frederick E, 91, Felixstowe.15

His body was cremated on 16 July 2014 in Seven Hills Crematorium, Ipswich, Suffolk.4 A memorial service followed at the Salvation Army Citadel, 588 Woodbridge Road, Ipswich, Suffolk lead by Lieutenant Colonel David Shakespeare who paid tribute to 'Fred', together with Salvationist David Hopkins, and his brother Stuart. Also his daughter Janet, wrote an Eulogy, which was read by her son, Lieutenant Commander Stephen Thornhill, R.N.
It read:
How do you sum up the life of a beloved Parent who has lived a full life for 91 years? It’s not an easy task, but hard though it is I would like to honour my father by trying to do just that.

My father was born Frederick Ernest Pask on 13th March 1923, at Woolsthorpe-by-Belvoir, Leicester, where he lived with his parents and their then four children - Harold, Evelyn, James, and Dad. Stuart, his youngest brother, was born seven years later.

The family moved to Nottingham while Dad was still a schoolboy, and as he would tell you himself, he was not at all academic - in fact he heartily disliked school!! Dad came from a family of Engineers - his father was an Engineer, as were all his brothers, so no-one was surprised when Dad became an Engineer too.

By 1941, everyone was involved in war work, so the whole family were directed to move on yet again to Newport, Monmouthshire. Dad had started his Trade Apprenticeship, which he continued at the Royal Ordnance Factory. At the end of which his Trade Apprenticeship Certificate confirms: "Character very Good, Ability Very Good, Timekeeping Good" followed by "This Apprentice did very well........and as a result was awarded a Merit Scholarship".

Marriage to my mother Elsie followed, and early on in their marriage my parents were bereaved by the loss of their first child - their baby son Michael, who died by accident. Dad never forgot Michael, and he was remembered every birthday and Christmas for the rest of Dad's life. Later, I came along, followed soon afterwards by Dad being conscripted at the end of his Apprenticeship to join the Army, where he saw service in Ireland and Malta, achieving the rank of Sergeant. He was very proud of his own military service, so he was immensely proud when my son Stephen later chose a career in the Royal Navy.

After being discharged from the Army, Dad resumed his career as an Engineer, commencing work with British Railways as a Fitter - an arduous and strenuous job working round the clock shifts in all weathers. It was here he developed his life-long love affair with Steam Trains. War work at an end, the family returned to their roots and moved back to Nottingham, Dad transferring his employment to British Railways Toton Depot.

One of my earliest memories was Dad taking me to the Railway Depot on Friday afternoons after he'd worked on the night-shift all week - to collect his wages. To a small girl of three, this was such an exciting place to be, with giant Steam Engines making loud whistles and noises, and puffing clouds of smoke, and he carried me around the depot in his arms or on his shoulders because it was too dangerous to let me wander around. If I was a good girl he'd persuade one of his train-driver pals to let him take me onto the footplate for a ride (completely against all the rules of course!) showing me where they shovelled the coal into the fiery furnace, which got so hot the drivers could fry eggs on the shovel for their breakfast! He taught me the names of the engines - which were always known to be ladies and called ‘she’. To a small child, absolute magic.

In those days, times were hard and money was short, so Dad worked all hours to make extra money for the family. But he was generous with what he had, and I well remember Dad giving me his last half-a-crown to send me on a school trip, which was meant to be his money for the week. What Dad loved to do above all else when he wasn't working hard was to go to his beloved Salvation Army. A passionate and enthusiastic Salvationist, we went along every Sunday. Dad played the Double Bass, and sang in the Songsters, and I of course went to Sunday School, joined the Singing Company, and played the tambourine. Always willing to serve, Dad was commissioned as Recruiting Sergeant in June 1961.

Life changed significantly for my Father in 1965 when his marriage ended, and it changed again in March 1966, when Dad married Doris, who most of you will also have known very well indeed. Known to their numerous friends and Salvationists alike as "Doris and Fred" they both worked tirelessly for the Salvation Army for many years and had an enduring and very happy marriage for 36 years.

Now there was time for family, holidays and enjoyment of their two Grandchildren, five Great-Grandchildren, and nieces and nephews. There were trips abroad with the Band, a visit to Oberammergau to see the famous Passion Play, and most memorably a visit to the Holy Land.

My father's health was not without problems, and always having had severe arthritis accelerated by his strenuous job the arthritis took more and more of a hold, so major surgery was required. He was eventually forced to retire early in 1985 but Doris and Fred carried on their service to the Salvation Army devoting most of their spare time to its service. Altogether Dad served in the Band and Songsters for over 50 years, in addition to which he was also Recruiting Sergeant for many years whilst Doris served for many years as Home League Secretary.

Dad and Doris loved entertaining, and were famous for cramming loads of people into their little bungalow, with Doris cooking up a storm, feeding delicious food to everyone. Christmases were particularly memorable - everyone was welcome. However, very sadly, Doris suddenly passed away most unexpectedly in April 1999, which really was a dreadful blow for Dad. However, Dad was blessed to be part of a close community in Nuthall, where he and Doris had made many friends, and he also had close connections with his local Church in Nuthall. Eventually though, Dad moved from his bungalow into a Sheltered Housing flat in Basford for extra support.

As his health problems mounted, and following many admissions to Hospital with falls and mini-strokes, Dad eventually decided he wanted to move down to sunny East Anglia in 2010, to be nearer to us, my family having lived here for some years a brave move I'm sure you will agree. But he embraced the change and eventually settled into the slower pace of life here in East Anglia, transferring to worship at Ipswich Citadel. Dad loved to socialise and looked forward so much to the Cameo Club lunches where, as is always the case with the Army, he was welcomed with open arms and made many friends. Ever an issue, his mobility continued to deteriorate and he became confined to his wheelchair. Numerous admissions to Ipswich Hospital forced Dad to reluctantly agree that on the advice of the Hospital he needed to accept professional full-time care. We were blessed to find a superb Residential Care Home, Maynell House, Felixstowe. Here he was cared for during the last 3 years of his life with the utmost patience kindness and consideration - for which my family and I will always be eternally grateful. The wonderful carers at Maynell House deserve the highest praise for their skill and dedication, especially the last three difficult months of tender loving care. I thank them from the bottom of my heart.

So how can we sum up my father's life? A man of profound faith, a much-loved father, husband, brother, Grandparent and Great-grandparent. A friend to all, as the many people he helped throughout his life will testify - in short, ‘a life Well lived’. His pain has now gone away, and he has gone to his reward in heaven. However, there really will be a large Fred-shaped hole in all our lives. Thank you Dad.4,16

Children of Frederick Ernest PASK and Elsie HUDDLESTONE

Sources of Information:

  1. [S1] Verbal information supplied by Jane Pask née Savage.
  2. [S63] Copy birth certificate (Information currently not computerized).
  3. [S4827] Copy of the death certificate of Frederick Ernest Pask, who died 6 July 2014. Kindly provided by Janet Thornill née Pask.
  4. [S74] Personal Information supplied by Stuart Pask.
  5. [S3] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "1942/Q1 PASK, Frederick E. HUDDLESTONE Newport 11a 534."
  6. [S3] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "1942/Q1 HUDDLESTONE, Elsie E. PASK Newport, M. 11a 534."
  7. [S89] Information supplied by Frederick Ernest Pask.
  8. [S64] Copy marriage certificate (Information currently not computerized).
  9. [S3] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "1966/Q1 PASK, Frederick E. = SMITH, Doris Nottingham 3c 1027."
  10. [S3] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "1977/Q1 PASK, Stuart C. = JONES, Teresa D. M. Plymouth 21 1127."
  11. [S70] Original marriage certificate of Stuart Charles Pask and Teresa Denise Margaret Jones formerly Euridge, 21 January 1977.
  12. [S4] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "PASK, Doris 20 Nov 1919 Teignbridge 1999 April District 4131A Reg 13DA Ent 149."
  13. [S5] Website Miscellaneous http://www.nottinghampost.com/Band-s-marching/story-122
  14. [S5] Website Miscellaneous http://www.family-announcements.co.uk/nottingham/view/…
  15. [S4852] E-mail from Celia Dodd (Guild of One-Name Studies) to Stuart & Teresa Pask dated 16 July 2014.
  16. [S88] Information supplied by Janet Thornhill née Pask.

Frances Alice WRIGHT1

#6, b. 1888, d. February 1919
Last Edited=3 Aug 2014
     Frances Alice WRIGHT was born in 1888 in Grantham, Lincolnshire.2,3 She was the daughter of John Joseph WRIGHT and Alice Mary HOYES.4,2,3 In the census of 5 April 1891 in 47 College Street, Spittlegate, Grantham, Lincolnshire, she was listed as aged 3 born in Grantham, the daughter of John J. WRIGHT.5
Frances married Frederick Harold PASK, son of George PASK and Elizabeth CLARK, on 20 April 1908 in Commercial Road Primitive Methodist Chapel, Spittlegate, Grantham, Lincolnshire. She was a Spinster aged 20, residing at 29 Cambridge Street, Within. Her father was listed as John Joseph WRIGHT, an Iron Turner. The marriage was witnessed by Agnes WRIGHT, and Olive MURROW.6,7
In the census of 2 April 1911 in 76 Edward Street, Grantham, Lincolnshire, she was listed as aged 23 born in Grantham, married 2 years with one child living, the wife of Frederick Harold PASK (a Fitter, living with his wife Frances Alice, and son Harold Joseph.)8
Frances died in February 1919, at the end of the First World War during the Influenza epidemic in Grantham, Lincolnshire.9
Frances was buried on 3 March 1919 in 5P Section 5, Grantham Cemetery, Grantham, Lincolnshire.10,11

Children of Frances Alice WRIGHT and Frederick Harold PASK

Sources of Information:

  1. [S65] Copy death certificate (Information currently not computerized).
  2. [S64] Copy marriage certificate (Information currently not computerized).
  3. [S53] Transcript of the 1901 .
  4. [S74] Personal Information supplied by Stuart Pask.
  5. [S1462] Image of the 1891 Census for Spittlegate, Grantham, Lincolnshire: RG12 Piece 2585 Folio 58 Page 7-8.
  6. [S4857] Copy of the marriage certificate of Frederick Harold Pask and Frances Alice Wright, 12 April 1908. Click to view the marriage certificate
  7. [S3] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "1908/Q2 PASK, Frederick Harold = WRIGHT, Frances Alice Grantham 7a 1160."
  8. [S3809] Image of the 1911 Census for 76 Edward Street, Grantham, Lincolnshire: RG14 Piece 19682 Schedule 361.
  9. [S4] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "1919/Q1 PASK, Frances A. Grantham 7a 771 age 32."
  10. [S74] Personal Information supplied by Stuart Pask. "Information supplied by Dignity Caring Funeral Services."
  11. [S2837] E-mail from Joyce Barnes to Peter Reich of the Grantham Branch of the Lincolnshire Family History Society (LHFS), 15 October 2007 "BURIALS AT GRANTHAM CEMETERY: PASK Frances Alice Grantham 19190303 32 5P5."
  12. [S63] Copy birth certificate (Information currently not computerized).

George PASK1,2

#7, b. 5 November 1854, d. 14 October 1888
Last Edited=21 Jan 2017
     George PASK was born on 5 November 1854 in Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire.1,2,3 He was the son of Joseph PASK and Charlotte PYKETT.4,5,2 He was baptised on 24 December 1854 in St. Sebastian's Church, Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire.6
In the census of 7 April 1861 in Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire, he was listed as aged 6 born in Great Gonerby, the son of Joseph PASK.5
In the census of 2 April 1871 in 84 Green Street, Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire, he was listed as a Carrier, the son of Charlotte PASK.7
At the time of his son's birth, George, in 1879 George was a Carrier.8
In the census of 3 April 1881 in 45 York Street, Chorlton on Medlock, Lancashire, George was listed as aged 27 born in Great Gonerby, the Head of Household a Beerhouse Keeper, living with his wife Elizabeth and young son George Albert.3
George married Elizabeth CLARK, daughter of Mark CLARK and Mary Ann BEMROSE, on 16 July 1883 in Prestwich Register Office, Manchester, Lancashire. He was a Bachelor aged 28, a Railway Signalman, residing at 21 Walker Street, Crumpsall. His father was listed as Joseph PASK (deceased), a Carrier. The marriage was witnessed by Henry McKEENAN, and John BOLAND.9,10,11
At the time of his son's, Frederick Harold, birth registration on 26 October 1885, he was listed as a Railway Signalman.4
George died on 14 October 1888 at the Devonshire Royal Hospital, Buxton, Derbyshire, at age 33. He was in hospital for Rheumatic Fever, the nurse gave him a bath and forgot him, leaving him in cold water. He died of pneumonia.12,13,14 George was buried on 18 October 1888 in St. Sebastian's Church, Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire.15,16,17

Children of George PASK and Elizabeth CLARK

Sources of Information:

  1. [S4859] Copy of the birth certificate of George Pask, born 5 November 1856. Click to view the birth certificate
  2. [S2] GRO Indexes to Births. "GRO Online Index: 1854/Q4 PASK, George PYKETT Grantham 7a 384."
  3. [S1813] Image of the 1881 Census for 45 York Street, Chorlton on Medlock, Manchester: RG11 Piece 3913 Folio 47 Page 1.
  4. [S63] Copy birth certificate (Information currently not computerized).
  5. [S2035] Image of the 1861 Census for Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire: RG9 Piece 2353 Folio 57 Page 15.
  6. [S61] Baptisms, Marriages & Burials Transcript, Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire.
  7. [S5547] Image of the 1871 Census : RG10 Piece 3362 Folio 58 Page 18.
  8. [S74] Personal Information supplied by Stuart Pask.
  9. [S4853] Copy of the marriage certificate of George Pask and Elizabeth Clark, 16 July 1883. Click to view the marriage certificate
  10. [S3] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "1883/Q3 PASK, George = CLARK, Elizabeth Prestwich 8d 580."
  11. [S62] Index of monumental inscriptions in the Parish of Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire,.
  12. [S65] Copy death certificate (Information currently not computerized).
  13. [S77] Verbal information supplied by Harold Joseph Pask to his brother Stuart Charles Pask.
  14. [S4] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "1888/Q4 PASK, George Chapel le F. 7b 417 age 33."
  15. [S27] Website National Burial Index (NBI) @ FindMyPast (www.findmypast.co.uk: ).
  16. [S62] Index of monumental inscriptions in the Parish of Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire, "Buried with his wife."
  17. [S2837] E-mail from Joyce Barnes to Peter Reich of the Grantham Branch of the Lincolnshire Family History Society (LHFS), 15 October 2007 "BURIALS AT GREAT GONERBY (Asterisks against names denote headstone): *George Pask d.14 October 1888 age 33 and Elizabeth, wife, d. 8 June 1928 age 74. (George's abode, Buxton, Derbyshire)."
  18. [S1] Verbal information supplied by Jane Pask née Savage.

Elizabeth CLARK1

#8, b. 14 February 1852, d. 8 June 1928
Last Edited=8 Feb 2016
     Elizabeth CLARK was born on 14 February 1852 in Pickworth, Lincolnshire.2,3 She was the daughter of Mark CLARK and Mary Ann BEMROSE.
Elizabeth CLARK was born in 1854 in Folkingham, Lincolnshire.4,5
In the census of 7 April 1861 in East Street, Pickworth, Lincolnshire, she was listed as aged 6 born in Pickworth, the daughter of Mark CLARK.6
In the census of 3 April 1881 in 45 York Street, Chorlton on Medlock, Lancashire, she was listed as aged 27 born in Folkingham, the wife of George PASK (a Beerhouse Keeper, living with his wife Elizabeth and young son George Albert.)5
Elizabeth married George PASK, son of Joseph PASK and Charlotte PYKETT, on 16 July 1883 in Prestwich Register Office, Manchester, Lancashire. She was a Spinster aged 29, residing at 21 Walker Street. Her father was listed as Mark Clark, a Labourer. The marriage was witnessed by Henry McKEENAN, and John BOLAND.7,8,9
She was the informant of the registration of the birth of her son Frederick Harold PASK who was born on 26 October 1885 at Crossing Keeper's Cottage, Gowdall, Yorkshire.10,11
Her husband, George, died on 14 October 1888 at the Devonshire Royal Hospital, Buxton, Derbyshire, at the age of 33.1,12,13
Elizabeth was listed as a widow aged 35, the Head of Household in the census of 5 April 1891 at Pond Street, Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire, a charwoman, living with her four sons George, Ernest, Frederick, and Arthur.14
In the census of 31 March 1901 in 5 Alford Street, Grantham, Lincolnshire, Elizabeth was listed as aged 45 born in Pickworth, the Head of Household; a Laundress, a Widow, living with her sons George A., Ernest M., Frederick H., and Arthur E.15
She signed the indentures for her son Arthur Edward PASK on 25 October 1902 in 14 George Street, Grantham, Lincolnshire. At this time Elizabeth was not able to sign her name, with the correct spelling. Previously, when her youngest son Arthur was born she had signed her name with a cross.16
Elizabeth married William LONGLAND in 1912 in Grantham, Lincolnshire.17,18
Elizabeth died on 8 June 1928 at the home of her son Frederick, in 113 Marriot Road, Leicester, Leicestershire, at the age of 76.17,19,4,20
Her funeral service was held at the Salvation Army Citadel, Grantham, Lincolnshire on 12 June 1928.21 She was buried on 12 June 1928 in St. Sebastian's Churchyard, Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire.2,4,22,21
Her obituary was detailed in the Grantham Journal, Grantham, Lincolnshire on 16 June 1928.21 It read:
The Death occurred at Leicester, Friday, of Mrs. Elizabeth Longland, widow of Mr. G. Pask. The deceased came to reside in Great Gonerby after the death of her husband in 1888, and during the twelve years of her residence here was an active member of the Primitive Methodist Church, after which time she went to live with her son at Grantham, where she remained until her death, which occurred after a very brief illness, while on a visit to another son at Leicester. The remains were conveyed to the residence, of her son at Grantham, and brought to Gonerby for interment on Tuesday, previous to which & service was held in the Salvation Army Citadel at Grantham, which place deceased had attended after going to live in the town. Adjutant W???? conducted and also officiated at the grave side. The family mourners were:--Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Pask, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Pask (Leicester), Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Pask (sons and daughters-in-law), Mrs. and Miss E. (daughter-in-law and grand-daughter), and Miss and Mr. Pask (grand-daughter and grandson). Wreaths were sent by George and Kate and family; Fred and Jane and Family; Arthur and Rachel and Family; Edith and Ella (Peterborough); Mrs. Worth; Grace and Mrs. Pulford and Queenie; Mrs. Richardson; Members of the Home League.21


Research Note: An Elizabeth CLARK was located in the 1871 census the servant of Bridget MOULDS. This may well be a relation of Sarah PASK née MOULDS, whose grandson George PASK married Elizabeth CLARK.

Children of Elizabeth CLARK and George PASK

Sources of Information:

  1. [S65] Copy death certificate (Information currently not computerized).
  2. [S74] Personal Information supplied by Stuart Pask.
  3. [S153] 1861 Census for Pickworth, Lincolnshire. Full details upon request: PRO Ref RG9 Piece 2347 Folio 5 Page 4. Age given as 6 years.
  4. [S62] Index of monumental inscriptions in the Parish of Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire, "Buried with her husband."
  5. [S1813] Image of the 1881 Census for 45 York Street, Chorlton on Medlock, Manchester: RG11 Piece 3913 Folio 47 Page 1.
  6. [S4038] Image of the 1861 Census for Pickworth, Lincolnshire: RG9 Piece 2347 Folio 5 Page 4.
  7. [S4853] Copy of the marriage certificate of George Pask and Elizabeth Clark, 16 July 1883. Click to view the marriage certificate
  8. [S3] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "1883/Q3 PASK, George = CLARK, Elizabeth Prestwich 8d 580."
  9. [S62] Index of monumental inscriptions in the Parish of Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire,.
  10. [S3063] Copy of the birth certificate of Frederick Harold Pask, born 26 October 1885. Click to view the birth certificate
  11. [S2] GRO Indexes to Births. "1885/Q4 PASK, Frederick Harold Goole 9c 780."
  12. [S77] Verbal information supplied by Harold Joseph Pask to his brother Stuart Charles Pask.
  13. [S4] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "1888/Q4 PASK, George Chapel le F. 7b 417 age 33."
  14. [S484] Image of the 1891 Census for Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire: RG12 Piece 2586 Folio 86 Page 9.
  15. [S483] Image of the 1901 Census for Grantham, Lincolnshire: RG13 Piece 3054 Folio 44 Page 9.
  16. [S47] Apprenticeship Indenture of Arthur Edward Pask, dated 25 October 1902.
  17. [S1] Verbal information supplied by Jane Pask née Savage.
  18. [S3] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "1912/Q2 PASK, Elizabeth = LONGLAND, William Grantham 7a 1195."
  19. [S42] Monmouthshire Beacon Death Report.
  20. [S4] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "1928/Q2 LONGLAND, Elizabeth Leicester 7a 305 aged 74."
  21. [S5667] Website The British Newspaper Archive (http://www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk: ) Saturday 16 June 1938, Grantham Journal, Lincolnshire, England.
  22. [S2837] E-mail from Joyce Barnes to Peter Reich of the Grantham Branch of the Lincolnshire Family History Society (LHFS), 15 October 2007 "BURIALS AT GREAT GONERBY (Asterisks against names denote headstone): *George Pask d.14 October 1888 age 33 and Elizabeth, wife, d. 8 June 1928 age 74. (George's abode, Buxton, Derbyshire)."

William SAVAGE1,2

#9, b. 26 May 1839, d. 20 January 1923
Last Edited=31 Dec 2006
Relationship
Grandfather of Stuart Charles PASK
Appears on charts
Pedigree for Stuart Charles PASK
     William SAVAGE was born on 26 May 1839 in Holbeach Bank, Holbeach, Lincolnshire.3,1,4,5,6 He was the son of William SAVAGE and Frances JACKLIN.2,6 William SAVAGE was baptised on 30 May 1839 in Holbeach, Lincolnshire.2 In the census of 7 June 1841 in Holbeach, Lincolnshire, he was listed as aged 1, assumed to be the son of William SAVAGE.7 In the census of 30 March 1851 in Holbeach Bank, Holbeach, Lincolnshire, he was listed as aged 12 born in Holbeach, the son of William SAVAGE.8
William married Fanny Ann PECK, daughter of Abraham PECK and Jane Hutchinson BOGG, in 1872.9 William SAVAGE was listed as 38 years old, the Head of Household in the census of 3 April 1881 in Upper Burgess Street, 2 Borrills Yard, Grimsby, Lincolnshire, a Dockside Labourer, living with his wife and two young sons.10

1 September 1888 was a traumatic day for William SAVAGE. In the morning he buried his daughter Jane. In the afternoon he returned to work assisting others in loading a ship, the Brig "Anna" lying at No.1 Coal Drop, Royal Dock, Grimsby.They were about to leave when two fellow workers were hauling an iron sheet up a ladder. When it was about 15 ft up from the vessel's deck, the lashing broke and in falling, the iron caught the lower part of SAVAGE's left leg, cutting it badly. He was at once conveyed to the hospital, where it was found that the ankle was badly fractured. Shortly afterwards the lower part (just below the knee) of his left leg had to be amputated. This ended his normal working life and became a Nightwatchman. A Grimsby newspaper reporting on the incident, gave his age as 54, married and residing in Watt's-buildings, Cleethorpe Road, Grimsby.


In the census of 31 March 1901 in No. 2 Back of 173 Kent Street, Grimsby, Lincolnshire, William was listed as the Head of Household; he was living with his wife, and four daughters.11
William died on 20 January 1923 in Scartho Road, Hospital, Grimsby, Lincolnshire, at the age of 83.1,12

Research Note: Marriage to Fanny Ann HARRIOT nee PECK still not found. Not believed to have married.13

Research Note: For more information see William Savage in my maternal family.

Children of William SAVAGE and Fanny Ann PECK

Sources of Information:

  1. [S1] Verbal information supplied by Jane Pask née Savage.
  2. [S119] Parish Registers Transcript, Holbeach, Lincolnshire "Baptism: William s William & Frances SAVAGE Labourer of Holbeach Bank."
  3. [S142] 1881 Census for Great Grimsby, Lincolnshire. Full details upon request: FHL Film 1341779 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 3268 Folio 8 Page 10. His age was given as 38.
  4. [S2] GRO Indexes to Births. "1839/Q2 Holbeach 14 392."
  5. [S312] Transcript of the 1901 . "PRO Ref RG13 Piece 3092 Folio 21 Page 34. Age is given as 30 in Index, and 64 in image."
  6. [S351] Copy of the birth certificate of William Savage, born 26 May 1839. Click to view the birth certificate
  7. [S1670] Image of the 1841 Census for Holbeach, Lincolnshire: HO107 Piece 608 Book 3 Folio 33-34 from Archive CD Books.
  8. [S1666] Image of the 1851 for Holbeach Bank, Holbeach, Lincolnshire: HO107 Piece 2097 Folio 512 Page 15.
  9. [S6] Teresa & Stuart Pask's Guesses, Theories and Speculations: No record yet found.
  10. [S142] 1881 Census for Great Grimsby, Lincolnshire. Full details upon request: FHL Film 1341779 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 3268 Folio 8 Page 10.
  11. [S312] Transcript of the 1901 . "PRO Ref RG13 Piece 3092 Folio 21 Page 34."
  12. [S4] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "1923/Q1 SAVAGE, William Grimsby 7a 723 aged 82."
  13. [S6] Teresa & Stuart Pask's Guesses, Theories and Speculations.
  14. [S350] Copy of the birth certificate of Rose Savage, born 18 October 1884. Click to view the birth certificate
  15. [S63] Copy birth certificate (Information currently not computerized).

Fanny Ann PECK1

#10, b. 13 June 1848, d. 21 December 1923
Last Edited=31 Dec 2006
Relationship
Grandmother of Stuart Charles PASK
Appears on charts
Pedigree for Stuart Charles PASK
     Fanny Ann PECK was born on 13 June 1848 in 3.30 pm, Halton Holegate, Lincolnshire.2,3,4 She was the daughter of Abraham PECK and Jane Hutchinson BOGG. Fanny Ann PECK was baptised on 16 July 1848 in Halton Holegate, Lincolnshire.
Fanny married William HERRIOTT, son of James YOUNG, on 4 August 1867 in The Chapel, Frithville, Lincolnshire.1,5
Her husband, William, died on 18 March 1870 in St. Peter's Church, Frithville, Fishtoft Drove, Lincolnshire.5,6,7
Fanny married William SAVAGE, son of William SAVAGE and Frances JACKLIN, in 1872.8
In the census of 3 April 1881 in Upper Burgess Street, 2 Borrills Yard, Grimsby, Lincolnshire, she was listed as the wife of William SAVAGE (a Dockside Labourer, living with his wife and two young sons.)9
Fanny Ann PECK was the informant of the birth of Rose SAVAGE on 18 October 1884 in 1 Luccino ? Court, Boston, Lincolnshire.10,11,12,13,14 In the census of 31 March 1901 in No. 2 Back of 173 Kent Street, Grimsby, Lincolnshire, she was listed as a Charwoman, the wife of William SAVAGE; he was living with his wife, and four daughters.3
Her husband, William, died on 20 January 1923 in Scartho Road, Hospital, Grimsby, Lincolnshire, at the age of 83.5,15
Fanny died on 21 December 1923 in Scartho Road, Hospital, Grimsby, Lincolnshire, at the age of 75.5

Research Note: For more information see Fanny Ann Peck in my maternal family.

Children of Fanny Ann PECK and William HERRIOTT

Children of Fanny Ann PECK and William SAVAGE

Sources of Information:

  1. [S64] Copy marriage certificate (Information currently not computerized).
  2. [S142] 1881 Census for Great Grimsby, Lincolnshire. Full details upon request: FHL Film 1341779 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 3268 Folio 8 Page 10. Her age was given as 31 born in Spilsby.
  3. [S312] Transcript of the 1901 . "PRO Ref RG13 Piece 3092 Folio 21 Page 34."
  4. [S2] GRO Indexes to Births. "1848/Q2 Spilsby 14 617."
  5. [S1] Verbal information supplied by Jane Pask née Savage.
  6. [S65] Copy death certificate (Information currently not computerized).
  7. [S27] Website National Burial Index (NBI) @ FindMyPast (www.findmypast.co.uk: ).
  8. [S6] Teresa & Stuart Pask's Guesses, Theories and Speculations: No record yet found.
  9. [S142] 1881 Census for Great Grimsby, Lincolnshire. Full details upon request: FHL Film 1341779 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 3268 Folio 8 Page 10.
  10. [S1] Verbal information supplied by Jane Pask née Savage. "Date of birth given as 19 October 1881."
  11. [S312] Transcript of the 1901 . "PRO Ref RG13 Piece 3092 Folio 21 Page 34. Age is given as 16, instead of 19."
  12. [S2] GRO Indexes to Births. "1884/Q4 Boston 7a 435."
  13. [S350] Copy of the birth certificate of Rose Savage, born 18 October 1884. Click to view the birth certificate
  14. [S4] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "1923/Q4 SAVAGE, Frances A. Grimsby 7a 707 aged 76."
  15. [S4] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "1923/Q1 SAVAGE, William Grimsby 7a 723 aged 82."
  16. [S63] Copy birth certificate (Information currently not computerized).

Joseph PASK1,2

#11, b. 6 May 1826, d. December 1863
Last Edited=21 Jan 2017
     Joseph PASK was baptised on 6 May 1826 in Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire.3,4,2 He was the son of Thomas PASK and Sarah MOULDS.2
In the census of 7 June 1841 in South Witham, Lincolnshire, he was listed as an Agricultural Labourer, aged 15 in the household of John COOPER, a Farmer.5
Joseph married Charlotte PYKETT, daughter of Benjamin PYKETT and Elizabeth DOUGHTY, on 4 November 1850 in Marston, Lincolnshire.4,6,7
In the census of 30 March 1851 in Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire, Joseph was listed as aged 24 born in Great Gonerby, the Head of Household; an Agricultural Labourer living with his wife Charlotte.8
In the census of 7 April 1861 in Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire, Joseph was listed as aged 35 born in Gt. [Great] Gonerby, the Head of Household; an Agricultural Labourer, living with his wife Charlotte, and children Thomas, George, Betsy, Mary, and Sarah A. Also listed was a Lodger, William STANGER a Cordwainer aged 57 born in Stamford.9
In the census of 7 April 1861 he was a neighbour of Thomas PASK.9
Joseph died in December 1863 in Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire, at the age of 37.10 He was buried on 16 December 1863 in St. Sebastian's Church, Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire.11,4,12,13

Children of Joseph PASK and Charlotte PYKETT

Sources of Information:

  1. [S27] Website National Burial Index (NBI) @ FindMyPast (www.findmypast.co.uk: ).
  2. [S59] Baptisms, Marriages & Burials Transcript, Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire, 1813-1836.
  3. [S27] Website National Burial Index (NBI) @ FindMyPast (www.findmypast.co.uk: ) Birth date given as 1824.
  4. [S94] Descendancy Narrative of John PASK from Michael Wood.
  5. [S2234] Image of the 1841 Census for South Witham, Lincolnshire: HO107 Piece 0624 Book 13 Folio 8-9.
  6. [S3] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "1850/Q4 PASK, Joseph = PYKETT, Charlotte Newark 15 1105."
  7. [S64] Copy marriage certificate (Information currently not computerized).
  8. [S1465] Image of the 1851 for Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire: HO107 Piece 2103 Folio 43 Page 13.
  9. [S2035] Image of the 1861 Census for Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire: RG9 Piece 2353 Folio 57 Page 15.
  10. [S4] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "1863/Q4 PASK, Joseph Grantham 7a 299."
  11. [S27] Website National Burial Index (NBI) @ FindMyPast (www.findmypast.co.uk: ) 16 Dec 1863 Joseph PASK 39 Lincolnshire Great Gonerby, St Sebastian.
  12. [S61] Baptisms, Marriages & Burials Transcript, Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire "Burial: Joseph PASK age 39 years."
  13. [S2837] E-mail from Joyce Barnes to Peter Reich of the Grantham Branch of the Lincolnshire Family History Society (LHFS), 15 October 2007 "BURIALS AT GREAT GONERBY: Joseph Pask bur. 16 December 1863 age 39."
  14. [S2] GRO Indexes to Births. "GRO Online Index: 1852/Q4 PASK, Thomas PYKETT Grantham 7a 393."
  15. [S63] Copy birth certificate (Information currently not computerized).
  16. [S2] GRO Indexes to Births. "GRO Online Index: 1854/Q4 PASK, George PYKETT Grantham 7a 384."
  17. [S2] GRO Indexes to Births. "GRO Online Index: 1856/Q4 PASK, Betsy PIKETT Grantham 7a 410."
  18. [S2] GRO Indexes to Births. "GRO Online Index: 1859/Q1 PASS, Mary PYKETT Grantham 7a 427."
  19. [S2] GRO Indexes to Births. "GRO Online Index: 1861/Q2 PASK, Sarah Ann PIKETT Grantham 7a 428."
  20. [S2] GRO Indexes to Births. "GRO Online Index: 1863/Q2 PASK, Charlotte PYKETT Grantham 7a 451."

Charlotte PYKETT

#12, b. 9 October 1825, d. 1898
Last Edited=21 Jan 2017
     Charlotte PYKETT was born on 6 September 1825 in Foston, Lincolnshire.1,2,3 She was baptised on 9 October 1825 in Foston, Lincolnshire.4 She was the daughter of Benjamin PYKETT and Elizabeth DOUGHTY.1 In the census of 7 June 1841 in Marston, Lincolnshire, she was listed as a Female Servant, aged 15 in the household of John HOLLNGWORTH, a Carpenter.5
Charlotte married Joseph PASK, son of Thomas PASK and Sarah MOULDS, on 4 November 1850 in Marston, Lincolnshire.1,6,7 In the census of 30 March 1851 in Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire, she was listed as aged 25 born in Foston, the wife of Joseph PASK; an Agricultural Labourer living with his wife Charlotte.8
She was the informant of the registration of the birth of her son George PASK who was born on 5 November 1854 at Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire.9,10,11
In the census of 7 April 1861 in Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire, she was listed as aged 36 born in Foston, the wife of Joseph PASK (an Agricultural Labourer, living with his wife Charlotte, and children Thomas, George, Betsy, Mary, and Sarah A. Also listed was a Lodger, William STANGER a Cordwainer aged 57 born in Stamford.)3
Her husband, an unknown person , was buried on 16 December 1863 in St. Sebastian's Church, Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire, at age 37.12,1,13,14
In the census of 2 April 1871 in 84 Green Street, Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire, Charlotte was listed as the Head of Household; an Agricultural Labourer's widow, living with her children Thomas, George, Mary, and Charlotte.15
In the census of 3 April 1881 in Green Street, Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire, Charlotte was listed as the Head of Household; a widow, living with her two adult daughters.2
She witnessed the marriage of Robert PULFREY and Betsy PASK on 18 April 1881 in St. Sebastian's Church, Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire.16,17
In the census of 5 April 1891 in Green Street, Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire, Charlotte was listed as the Head of Household; a Carrier, widowed, living with her daughter and grand-daughter.18
In the census of 5 April 1891 she was at the same address as her son Thomas PASK, but enumerated as a different household.18
Charlotte's death was registered in 1898 in the Grantham registration district.19
Charlotte was buried on 16 February 1898 in St. Sebastian's Church, Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire, at the age of 72.20,21

Children of Charlotte PYKETT and Joseph PASK

Sources of Information:

  1. [S94] Descendancy Narrative of John PASK from Michael Wood.
  2. [S146] 1881 Census for Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire. Full details upon request: FHL Film 1341771 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 3234 Folio 65 Page 19.
  3. [S2035] Image of the 1861 Census for Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire: RG9 Piece 2353 Folio 57 Page 15.
  4. [S95] Baptisms Transcript, Foston, Lincolnshire "Charlotte d Benjamin & Elizabeth PYKETT of Foston, Shoemaker."
  5. [S2233] Image of the 1841 Census for Marston, Lincolnshire: HO107 Piece 0620 Book 20 Folio 6-7.
  6. [S3] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "1850/Q4 PASK, Joseph = PYKETT, Charlotte Newark 15 1105."
  7. [S64] Copy marriage certificate (Information currently not computerized).
  8. [S1465] Image of the 1851 for Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire: HO107 Piece 2103 Folio 43 Page 13.
  9. [S4859] Copy of the birth certificate of George Pask, born 5 November 1856. Click to view the birth certificate
  10. [S2] GRO Indexes to Births. "GRO Online Index: 1854/Q4 PASK, George PYKETT Grantham 7a 384."
  11. [S1813] Image of the 1881 Census for 45 York Street, Chorlton on Medlock, Manchester: RG11 Piece 3913 Folio 47 Page 1.
  12. [S27] Website National Burial Index (NBI) @ FindMyPast (www.findmypast.co.uk: ) 16 Dec 1863 Joseph PASK 39 Lincolnshire Great Gonerby, St Sebastian.
  13. [S61] Baptisms, Marriages & Burials Transcript, Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire "Burial: Joseph PASK age 39 years."
  14. [S2837] E-mail from Joyce Barnes to Peter Reich of the Grantham Branch of the Lincolnshire Family History Society (LHFS), 15 October 2007 "BURIALS AT GREAT GONERBY: Joseph Pask bur. 16 December 1863 age 39."
  15. [S5547] Image of the 1871 Census : RG10 Piece 3362 Folio 58 Page 18.
  16. [S3] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "1881/Q2 PASK, Betsey = PULFREY, George Grantham 7a 839."
  17. [S61] Baptisms, Marriages & Burials Transcript, Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire "Marriage: 18 April 1881 Robert PULFREY (Cattledealer of Gonerby, father William PULFREY Cattledealer) and Betsy PASK (age 24, father Joseph PASK)."
  18. [S713] Image of the 1891 Census for Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire: RG12 Piece 2586 Folio 88 Page 13.
  19. [S4] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "1898/Q1 PASK, Charlotte Grantham 7a 328 age 72."
  20. [S27] Website National Burial Index (NBI) @ FindMyPast (www.findmypast.co.uk: ) 16 Feb 1898 Charlotte PASK 72 Lincolnshire Great Gonerby, St Sebastian.
  21. [S2837] E-mail from Joyce Barnes to Peter Reich of the Grantham Branch of the Lincolnshire Family History Society (LHFS), 15 October 2007 "BURIALS AT GREAT GONERBY: Charlotte Pask bur. 16 February 1898 age 72."
  22. [S2] GRO Indexes to Births. "GRO Online Index: 1852/Q4 PASK, Thomas PYKETT Grantham 7a 393."
  23. [S2] GRO Indexes to Births. "GRO Online Index: 1856/Q4 PASK, Betsy PIKETT Grantham 7a 410."
  24. [S2] GRO Indexes to Births. "GRO Online Index: 1859/Q1 PASS, Mary PYKETT Grantham 7a 427."
  25. [S2] GRO Indexes to Births. "GRO Online Index: 1861/Q2 PASK, Sarah Ann PIKETT Grantham 7a 428."
  26. [S2] GRO Indexes to Births. "GRO Online Index: 1863/Q2 PASK, Charlotte PYKETT Grantham 7a 451."

William SAVAGE1

#13, b. 5 April 1807, d. before 1861
Last Edited=24 Nov 2005
Relationship
Great-grandfather of Stuart Charles PASK
Appears on charts
Pedigree for Stuart Charles PASK
     William SAVAGE was baptised on 5 April 1807 in Holbeach, Lincolnshire.2 He was the son of John SAVAGE and Ann BROWN.
William married Frances JACKLIN, daughter of George JACKLIN and Sarah BAVIN, on 28 September 1829 in Holbeach, Lincolnshire.1 At the time of his son Edward's baptism in 1830 he was a Labourer in Holbeach Bank, Holbeach, Lincolnshire.3 In the census of 7 June 1841 in Holbeach, Lincolnshire, William was listed as aged 30 to be the Head of Household a Labourer, assumed to be living with his wife Frances, and children Edward, Mary Ann, John, Elizabeth, William, and James.4 In the census of 30 March 1851 in Holbeach Bank, Holbeach, Lincolnshire, William was listed as aged 40 born in Hobeach, the Head of Household an Agricultural Labourer, living with his wife Frances, and children Elizabeth, William, James, Sarah, John, and Rofus.5 William died before 1861 as his wife was recorded as a widow in the 1861 Census.6

Research Note: For more information see William Savage in my maternal family.

Children of William SAVAGE and Frances JACKLIN

Sources of Information:

  1. [S119] Parish Registers Transcript, Holbeach, Lincolnshire "Marriage P172 No 514: William SAVAGE botp Holbeach (X) and Francis JACKLIN sotp Holbeach (X) by banns. Witness: Ann (X) MORRIS; George BRIGHTON; John KITCHEN."
  2. [S119] Parish Registers Transcript, Holbeach, Lincolnshire "Baptism: William s John & Ann SAVAGE."
  3. [S119] Parish Registers Transcript, Holbeach, Lincolnshire "Baptism: Elizabeth Boulding d Thomas Edward & Elizabeth SAVAGE Farmer of Holbeach Marsh."
  4. [S1670] Image of the 1841 Census for Holbeach, Lincolnshire: HO107 Piece 608 Book 3 Folio 33-34 from Archive CD Books.
  5. [S1666] Image of the 1851 for Holbeach Bank, Holbeach, Lincolnshire: HO107 Piece 2097 Folio 512 Page 15.
  6. [S118] 1861 Census for Holbeach, Lincolnshire. Full details upon request: PRO Ref RG9 Piece 2329 Folio 77 Page 18.
  7. [S119] Parish Registers Transcript, Holbeach, Lincolnshire "Baptism: Edward s William & Frances SAVAGE Labourer of Holbeach Bank."
  8. [S119] Parish Registers Transcript, Holbeach, Lincolnshire "Baptism: Ann d William & Frances SAVAGE Labourer of Holbeach Bank."
  9. [S119] Parish Registers Transcript, Holbeach, Lincolnshire "Baptism: Mary Ann d William & Sarah SAVAGE Labourer of Holbeach Bank."
  10. [S119] Parish Registers Transcript, Holbeach, Lincolnshire "Baptism: John s & Elizabeth d William & Frances SAVAGE Labourer of Holbeach Bank (twins) born 2 Jun 1837."
  11. [S119] Parish Registers Transcript, Holbeach, Lincolnshire "Baptism: William s William & Frances SAVAGE Labourer of Holbeach Bank."
  12. [S351] Copy of the birth certificate of William Savage, born 26 May 1839. Click to view the birth certificate
  13. [S118] 1861 Census for Holbeach, Lincolnshire. Full details upon request.
  14. [S119] Parish Registers Transcript, Holbeach, Lincolnshire "Baptism: Sarah d William & Frances SAVAGE Labourer of Holbeach Bank."

Frances JACKLIN1,2

#14, b. 19 November 1805
Last Edited=24 Oct 2016
Relationship
Great-grandmother of Stuart Charles PASK
Appears on charts
Pedigree for Stuart Charles PASK
     Frances JACKLIN was born on 19 November 1805 in Holbeach, Lincolnshire.1,3,4 She was the daughter of George JACKLIN and Sarah BAVIN.1 She was baptised on 24 November 1805 in All Saints' Church, Holbeach, Lincolnshire.5 She was baptised on 17 September 1809 in All Saints' Church, Holbeach, Lincolnshire.1
Frances married William SAVAGE, son of John SAVAGE and Ann BROWN, on 28 September 1829 in Holbeach, Lincolnshire.2
Frances SAVAGE was the informant of the birth of William SAVAGE on 26 May 1839 in Holbeach Bank, Holbeach, Lincolnshire.6,7,8,9,10 In the census of 7 June 1841 in Holbeach, Lincolnshire, she was listed as aged 30, assumed to be the wife of William SAVAGE (a Labourer, assumed to be living with his wife Frances, and children Edward, Mary Ann, John, Elizabeth, William, and James.)11 In the census of 30 March 1851 in Holbeach Bank, Holbeach, Lincolnshire, she was listed as aged 39 born in Holbeach the wife of William SAVAGE (an Agricultural Labourer, living with his wife Frances, and children Elizabeth, William, James, Sarah, John, and Rofus.)12 In the census of 7 April 1861 in Holbeach Bank, Holbeach, Lincolnshire, she was listed as a Charwoman, the Frances SAVAGE.3

Research Note: For more information see Frances Jacklin in my maternal family.

Children of Frances JACKLIN and William SAVAGE

Sources of Information:

  1. [S5508] Website FindmyPast: Lincolnshire Parish Registers 1538-1911: Lincolnshire Baptisms: All Saints Church, Holbeach, Lincolnshire.
  2. [S119] Parish Registers Transcript, Holbeach, Lincolnshire "Marriage P172 No 514: William SAVAGE botp Holbeach (X) and Francis JACKLIN sotp Holbeach (X) by banns. Witness: Ann (X) MORRIS; George BRIGHTON; John KITCHEN."
  3. [S118] 1861 Census for Holbeach, Lincolnshire. Full details upon request: PRO Ref RG9 Piece 2329 Folio 77 Page 18.
  4. [S74] Personal Information supplied by Stuart Pask.
  5. [S5508] Website FindmyPast: Lincolnshire Parish Registers 1538-1911: Lincolnshire Baptisms: Holbeach All Saints.
  6. [S142] 1881 Census for Great Grimsby, Lincolnshire. Full details upon request: FHL Film 1341779 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 3268 Folio 8 Page 10. His age was given as 38.
  7. [S1] Verbal information supplied by Jane Pask née Savage.
  8. [S2] GRO Indexes to Births. "1839/Q2 Holbeach 14 392."
  9. [S312] Transcript of the 1901 . "PRO Ref RG13 Piece 3092 Folio 21 Page 34. Age is given as 30 in Index, and 64 in image."
  10. [S351] Copy of the birth certificate of William Savage, born 26 May 1839. Click to view the birth certificate
  11. [S1670] Image of the 1841 Census for Holbeach, Lincolnshire: HO107 Piece 608 Book 3 Folio 33-34 from Archive CD Books.
  12. [S1666] Image of the 1851 for Holbeach Bank, Holbeach, Lincolnshire: HO107 Piece 2097 Folio 512 Page 15.
  13. [S119] Parish Registers Transcript, Holbeach, Lincolnshire "Baptism: Edward s William & Frances SAVAGE Labourer of Holbeach Bank."
  14. [S119] Parish Registers Transcript, Holbeach, Lincolnshire "Baptism: Ann d William & Frances SAVAGE Labourer of Holbeach Bank."
  15. [S119] Parish Registers Transcript, Holbeach, Lincolnshire "Baptism: Mary Ann d William & Sarah SAVAGE Labourer of Holbeach Bank."
  16. [S119] Parish Registers Transcript, Holbeach, Lincolnshire "Baptism: John s & Elizabeth d William & Frances SAVAGE Labourer of Holbeach Bank (twins) born 2 Jun 1837."
  17. [S119] Parish Registers Transcript, Holbeach, Lincolnshire "Baptism: William s William & Frances SAVAGE Labourer of Holbeach Bank."
  18. [S119] Parish Registers Transcript, Holbeach, Lincolnshire "Baptism: James s William & Frances SAVAGE Labourer of Holbeach Bank."
  19. [S119] Parish Registers Transcript, Holbeach, Lincolnshire "Baptism: Sarah d William & Frances SAVAGE Labourer of Holbeach Bank."

Mark CLARK

#15, b. 22 March 1825, d. 12 September 1896
Last Edited=11 Aug 2017
     He was baptised on 22 March 1825 in St. Andrew's Church, Pickworth, Lincolnshire.1,2,3 Mark CLARK was the son of John CLARK and Elizabeth SHIELDS.4
Mark married Mary Ann BEMROSE, daughter of John BEMROSE and Hannah BRACKENBURY, on 15 April 1848 in Swineshead, Lincolnshire.5,4
In the census of 30 March 1851 in Pickworth, Lincolnshire, Mark was listed as aged 25 born in Pickworth, the Head of Household; a Labourer, living with his wife Mary, and daughter Sarah Ann.6
In the census of 7 April 1861 in East Street, Pickworth, Lincolnshire, Mark was listed as aged 36 born in Pickworth, the Head of Household; an Agricultural Labourer, living with his wife Mary Ann, and daughters Sarah Ann, Elizabeth, and Eliza.7
Mark was listed as aged 46 born in Pickworth, the Head of Household in the census of 2 April 1871 at 4 North Lane, Pickworth, Lincolnshire, an Agricultural Labourer living with his wife Mary, and daughter Eliza.8 In the census of 2 April 1871 he was a neighbour of his father John CLARK.8
In the census of 3 April 1881 in Mill Lane, Pickworth, Lincolnshire, Mark was listed as aged 54 born in Pickworth, the Head of Household; an Agricultural Labourer, living with his wife Mary, daughter Eliza and granddaughter Ruth.1
In the census of 5 April 1891 in 13 Clarke's Cottage, Village Street, Pickworth, Lincolnshire, Mark was listed as the Head of Household; an Agricultural Labourer, living with his wife Mary Ann, and granddaughter Ruth. Also listed was Hannah COOK, a Nurse.9
Mark died on 12 September 1896 in Pickworth, Lincolnshire, at the age of 71.10

Children of Mark CLARK and Mary Ann BEMROSE

Sources of Information:

  1. [S1707] Image of the 1881 Census for Pickworth, Lincolnshire: RG11 Piece 3227 Folio 9 Page 9.
  2. [S153] 1861 Census for Pickworth, Lincolnshire. Full details upon request: PRO Ref RG9 Piece 2347 Folio 5 Page 4. Gives age as 34.
  3. [S5508] Website FindmyPast: Lincolnshire Parish Registers 1538-1911: Mark s of John, Elizabeth CLARK, labourer of Pickworth.
  4. [S1261] Website Lincolnshire 1837+ Marriage Indexes (http://mi.lincolnshiremarriages.org.uk/: ) 15 May 1848 Swineshead
    CLARK, Mark Father: John
    BEMROSE, Mary Ann     Father: John.
  5. [S153] 1861 Census for Pickworth, Lincolnshire. Full details upon request: PRO Ref RG9 Piece 2347 Folio 5 Page 4.
  6. [S1708] Image of the 1851 for Pickworth, Lincolnshire: HO107 Piece 2102 Folio 8 Page 8.
  7. [S4038] Image of the 1861 Census for Pickworth, Lincolnshire: RG9 Piece 2347 Folio 5 Page 4.
  8. [S1455] Image of the 1871 Census for Pickworth, Lincolnshire: RG10 Piece 3354 Folio 7 Page 7.
  9. [S4039] Image of the 1891 Census for Pickworth, Lincolnshire: RG12 Piece 2582 Folio 5 Page 3.
  10. [S304] Grave of Mary Ann and Mark CLARK at Pickworth, Lincolnshire "In loving memory of Mary Ann, wife of Mark Clark, who died 12 October 1892 aged 65 years.
    What I say unto you for ye know not what day, the son of man cometh.
    Also Mark Clark who died September 1896 aged 71 years."

Mary Ann BEMROSE1

#16, b. 16 January 1827, d. 12 October 1892
Last Edited=31 Jul 2017
     Mary Ann BEMROSE was born on 16 January 1827 in Swineshead, Lincolnshire.2,3,1 She was the daughter of John BEMROSE and Hannah BRACKENBURY.4,1 She was baptised on 27 January 1827 in Swineshead, Lincolnshire.1
In the census of 7 June 1841 in Ivey House, Swineshead, Lincolnshire, she was listed as a servant of Elizabeth COATES who had five, or six children and a governess.5,6
Mary married Mark CLARK, son of John CLARK and Elizabeth SHIELDS, on 15 April 1848 in Swineshead, Lincolnshire.3,4
In the census of 30 March 1851 in Pickworth, Lincolnshire, she was listed as aged 24 born in Swineshead, the wife of Mark CLARK (a Labourer, living with his wife Mary, and daughter Sarah Ann.)7
In the census of 7 April 1861 in East Street, Pickworth, Lincolnshire, she was listed as aged 34 born in Swineshead, the wife of Mark CLARK (an Agricultural Labourer, living with his wife Mary Ann, and daughters Sarah Ann, Elizabeth, and Eliza.)8
In the census of 2 April 1871 in 4 North Lane, Pickworth, Lincolnshire, she was listed as aged 41 born in Swineshead, the wife of Mark CLARK; an Agricultural Labourer living with his wife Mary, and daughter Eliza.9
In the census of 3 April 1881 in Mill Lane, Pickworth, Lincolnshire, she was listed as aged 52 born in Swineshead, the wife of Mark CLARK (an Agricultural Labourer, living with his wife Mary, daughter Eliza and granddaughter Ruth.)2
In the census of 5 April 1891 in 13 Clarke's Cottage, Village Street, Pickworth, Lincolnshire, she was listed as the wife of Mark CLARK (an Agricultural Labourer, living with his wife Mary Ann, and granddaughter Ruth. Also listed was Hannah COOK, a Nurse.)10
Mary died on 12 October 1892 in Pickworth, Lincolnshire, at the age of 65.11

Children of Mary Ann BEMROSE and Mark CLARK

Sources of Information:

  1. [S4266] Website Lincs to the Past (http://www.lincstothepast.com: ) Baptism: Swineshead January 22 1827 Mary Ann, daughter of John and Ann BEMROSE, of Swineshead, a Laborer Born: 16 January 1827
    http://www.lincstothepast.com/Records/…
  2. [S1707] Image of the 1881 Census for Pickworth, Lincolnshire: RG11 Piece 3227 Folio 9 Page 9.
  3. [S153] 1861 Census for Pickworth, Lincolnshire. Full details upon request: PRO Ref RG9 Piece 2347 Folio 5 Page 4.
  4. [S1261] Website Lincolnshire 1837+ Marriage Indexes (http://mi.lincolnshiremarriages.org.uk/: ) 15 May 1848 Swineshead
    CLARK, Mark Father: John
    BEMROSE, Mary Ann     Father: John.
  5. [S5] Website Miscellaneous Website Gen-lincs-1841 (http://www.srichards.freeserve.co.uk/gen-lincs-1841.htm) PRO Ref HO 107 Piece 611/11 Folio 11.
  6. [S296] E-mail from Don Shields to Stuart & Teresa Pask dated 5 February 2004.
  7. [S1708] Image of the 1851 for Pickworth, Lincolnshire: HO107 Piece 2102 Folio 8 Page 8.
  8. [S4038] Image of the 1861 Census for Pickworth, Lincolnshire: RG9 Piece 2347 Folio 5 Page 4.
  9. [S1455] Image of the 1871 Census for Pickworth, Lincolnshire: RG10 Piece 3354 Folio 7 Page 7.
  10. [S4039] Image of the 1891 Census for Pickworth, Lincolnshire: RG12 Piece 2582 Folio 5 Page 3.
  11. [S304] Grave of Mary Ann and Mark CLARK at Pickworth, Lincolnshire "
    In loving memory of Mary Ann, wife of Mark Clark, who died 12 October 1892 aged 65 years.
    What I say unto you for ye know not what day, the son of man cometh.
    Also Mark Clark who died September 1896 aged 71 years."

Abraham PECK1

#17, b. 1823, d. 7 April 1911
Last Edited=14 Jun 2005
Relationship
Great-grandfather of Stuart Charles PASK
Appears on charts
Pedigree for Stuart Charles PASK
     In 1875, at the time of the marriage of his son James, Abraham was a Labourer.2
Abraham PECK was born in 1823 in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire.1 He was the son of James PECK.3
Abraham married Mary Jane BOGG, daughter of William BOGG and Jane HUTCHINSON, on 19 March 1848 in Spilsby, Lincolnshire.4
Abraham PECK was the informant of the birth of James PECK on 23 June 1851 in Halton Holegate, Lincolnshire.5
In the census of 3 April 1881 in Fen Side, Sibsey, Lincolnshire, Abraham was listed as the Head of Household; an Agricultural Labourer, living with his wife.1
Abraham died on 7 April 1911 in St. Johns Union Workhouse, Skirbeck Road, Boston, Lincolnshire.6,7

Research Note: For more information see Abraham Peck in my maternal family.

Children of Abraham PECK and Jane Hutchinson BOGG

Sources of Information:

  1. [S145] 1881 Census for Sibsey, Lincolnshire. Full details upon request: FHL Film 1341767 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 3216 Folio 12 Page 18.
  2. [S1292] Copy of the marriage certificate of James Peck and Hannah Ackrill, 18 May 1875.
  3. [S74] Personal Information supplied by Stuart Pask.
  4. [S64] Copy marriage certificate (Information currently not computerized).
  5. [S1291] Copy of the birth certificate of James Peck, born 23 June 1851.
  6. [S65] Copy death certificate (Information currently not computerized).
  7. [S1] Verbal information supplied by Jane Pask née Savage.
  8. [S120] Baptisms, Marriages & Burials Transcript, Spilsby, Lincolnshire.

Jane Hutchinson BOGG1

#18, b. 16 May 1820, d. 3 July 1887
Last Edited=31 Dec 2006
Relationship
Great-grandmother of Stuart Charles PASK
Appears on charts
Pedigree for Stuart Charles PASK
     Jane Hutchinson BOGG was born on 16 May 1820 in Spilsby, Lincolnshire.2,3 She was the daughter of William BOGG and Jane HUTCHINSON.
Mary married Abraham PECK, son of James PECK, on 19 March 1848 in Spilsby, Lincolnshire.4
In the census of 3 April 1881 in Fen Side, Sibsey, Lincolnshire, she was listed as the wife of Abraham PECK (an Agricultural Labourer, living with his wife.)2
Jane died on 3 July 1887 in Sibsey, Lincolnshire, at the age of 67.3

Research Note: For more information see Jane Hutchinson Bogg in my maternal family.

Child of Jane Hutchinson BOGG

Children of Jane Hutchinson BOGG and Abraham PECK

Sources of Information:

  1. [S2] GRO Indexes to Births. "Alias Mary Jane."
  2. [S145] 1881 Census for Sibsey, Lincolnshire. Full details upon request: FHL Film 1341767 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 3216 Folio 12 Page 18.
  3. [S74] Personal Information supplied by Stuart Pask.
  4. [S64] Copy marriage certificate (Information currently not computerized).
  5. [S120] Baptisms, Marriages & Burials Transcript, Spilsby, Lincolnshire.
  6. [S1291] Copy of the birth certificate of James Peck, born 23 June 1851.

Thomas PASK

#19, b. 10 February 1795, d. 1852
Last Edited=14 Apr 2016
     Thomas PASK was born on 10 February 1795 in Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire.1,2,3 He was the son of John PASK and Alice WOODCOCK.
Thomas married Sarah MOULDS, daughter of William MOULDS and Ann GROCOCK, on 19 July 1819 in Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire.1
John PASK's estate was probated to Thomas PASK on 13 October 1826 in Prerogative Court of York, York, Yorkshire; his natural and lawful children William Pask of Manthorpe; Mary, the wife of Thomas Southern of Carlton Scoop; John Pask of Great Gonerby; Elizabeth, the wife of Robert Askey of Doddington; Thomas Pask of Great Gonerby; Joseph Pask of Great Gonerby. A further document was sworn on 30 January 1827.4
Thomas was listed as aged 45 the Head of Household in the census of 7 June 1841 at Pond Street, Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire, an Agricultural Labourer assumed to be living with his wife Sarah and children Ann, William, Thomas, Elizabeth, John, and Mary, and grandson George.5
Thomas was listed as aged 56 born in Great Gonerby, the Head of Household in the census of 30 March 1851 at Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire, an Agricultural Labourer living with his wife Sarah and children William, Thomas, Elizabeth, John, Mary, and Sarah.6
Thomas's death was registered in 1852 in the Great Gonerby registration district.1,7 Thomas was buried on 8 July 1852 in St. Sebastian's Church, Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire.8,1,9,10

Children of Thomas PASK and Sarah MOULDS

Sources of Information:

  1. [S94] Descendancy Narrative of John PASK from Michael Wood.
  2. [S125] E-mail from Eileen Flinn to Stuart & Teresa Pask dated 26 April 2004.
  3. [S384] Website FamilySearch Internet (http://www.familysearch.org).
  4. [S2787] Letters of Administration of John Pask. Click to view the Letters of Administration [This is a large document and may take some time to download]
  5. [S1458] Image of the 1841 Census for Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire: HO107 Piece 618 Book 15 Folio 6-7 from Archive CD Books.
  6. [S1464] Image of the 1851 for Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire: HO107 Piece 2103 Folio 42 Page 10.
  7. [S4] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "1852/Q3 PASK, Thomas Grantham 7a 279."
  8. [S27] Website National Burial Index (NBI) @ FindMyPast (www.findmypast.co.uk: ).
  9. [S61] Baptisms, Marriages & Burials Transcript, Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire "Thomas Pask of Great Gonerby age 57."
  10. [S2837] E-mail from Joyce Barnes to Peter Reich of the Grantham Branch of the Lincolnshire Family History Society (LHFS), 15 October 2007 "BURIALS AT GREAT GONERBY: Thomas Pask bur. 8 July 1852 age 57."
  11. [S61] Baptisms, Marriages & Burials Transcript, Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire.
  12. [S1261] Website Lincolnshire 1837+ Marriage Indexes (http://mi.lincolnshiremarriages.org.uk/: ).
  13. [S59] Baptisms, Marriages & Burials Transcript, Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire, 1813-1836.
  14. [S61] Baptisms, Marriages & Burials Transcript, Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire "Full age at marriage."
  15. [S125] E-mail from Eileen Flinn to Stuart & Teresa Pask dated 13 January 2006.

Sarah MOULDS

#20, b. 15 July 1801, d. May 1871
Last Edited=28 May 2016
     Sarah MOULDS was born in 1801 in Great Ponton, Lincolnshire.1 She was baptised, together with her brother Joseph, on 15 July 1801 in the the Church of The Holy Cross, Great Ponton, Lincolnshire.2,3 She was the daughter of William MOULDS and Ann GROCOCK.3
Sarah married Thomas PASK, son of John PASK and Alice WOODCOCK, on 19 July 1819 in Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire.2
In the census of 7 June 1841 in Pond Street, Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire, she was listed as aged 35 assumed to be the wife of Thomas PASK; an Agricultural Labourer assumed to be living with his wife Sarah and children Ann, William, Thomas, Elizabeth, John, and Mary, and grandson George.4
In the census of 30 March 1851 in Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire, she was listed as aged 48 born in Great Ponton, the wife of Thomas PASK; an Agricultural Labourer living with his wife Sarah and children William, Thomas, Elizabeth, John, Mary, and Sarah.5
Her husband, an unknown person , was buried on 8 July 1852 in St. Sebastian's Church, Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire, at age 57.6,2,7,8
In the census of 2 April 1871 in High Street, Sheep House Lane, Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire, she was listed as aged 70 born in Great Ponton, the mother-in-law of George CANT.9
Sarah's death was registered in May 1871 in the Grantham registration district at the age of 69.10 Sarah was buried on 27 May 1871 in St. Sebastian's Church, Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire.6,11,12

Children of Sarah MOULDS and Thomas PASK

Sources of Information:

  1. [S5508] Website FindmyPast: Lincolnshire Parish Registers 1538-1911: Great Ponton Baptisms 1766-1911
    15 July 1801 Joseph and Sarah, son and daughter of William and Ann Moulds.
  2. [S94] Descendancy Narrative of John PASK from Michael Wood.
  3. [S4266] Website Lincs to the Past (http://www.lincstothepast.com: ) Great Ponton Parish Records Baptisms 15 July 1801 Joseph and Sarah, son and daughter of William and Ann Moulds.
  4. [S1458] Image of the 1841 Census for Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire: HO107 Piece 618 Book 15 Folio 6-7 from Archive CD Books.
  5. [S1464] Image of the 1851 for Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire: HO107 Piece 2103 Folio 42 Page 10.
  6. [S27] Website National Burial Index (NBI) @ FindMyPast (www.findmypast.co.uk: ).
  7. [S61] Baptisms, Marriages & Burials Transcript, Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire "Thomas Pask of Great Gonerby age 57."
  8. [S2837] E-mail from Joyce Barnes to Peter Reich of the Grantham Branch of the Lincolnshire Family History Society (LHFS), 15 October 2007 "BURIALS AT GREAT GONERBY: Thomas Pask bur. 8 July 1852 age 57."
  9. [S4642] Image of the 1871 Census for High Street Sheep House Lane, Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire: RG10 Piece 3363 Folio 17 Page 28.
  10. [S4] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "1871/Q2 PASK, Sarah Grantham 7a 281 age 70."
  11. [S61] Baptisms, Marriages & Burials Transcript, Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire "Burial: Sarah PASK of Great Gonerby, age 70."
  12. [S2837] E-mail from Joyce Barnes to Peter Reich of the Grantham Branch of the Lincolnshire Family History Society (LHFS), 15 October 2007 "BURIALS AT GREAT GONERBY: Sarah Pask bur. age 70 ......."
  13. [S61] Baptisms, Marriages & Burials Transcript, Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire.
  14. [S59] Baptisms, Marriages & Burials Transcript, Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire, 1813-1836.
  15. [S61] Baptisms, Marriages & Burials Transcript, Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire "Full age at marriage."
  16. [S125] E-mail from Eileen Flinn to Stuart & Teresa Pask dated 13 January 2006.

Benjamin PYKETT

#21, b. 27 November 1778, d. 6 March 1830
Last Edited=28 Nov 2004
     Benjamin PYKETT was baptised on 27 November 1778 in Marston, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Robert PYKETT and Ann LOUGHTON. Benjamin married Elizabeth DOUGHTY, daughter of John DOUGHTY, on 6 March 1812 in Foston, Lincolnshire. Benjamin died on 6 March 1830 in Foston, Lincolnshire, at age 51.

Children of Benjamin PYKETT and Elizabeth DOUGHTY

Sources of Information:

  1. [S6] Teresa & Stuart Pask's Guesses, Theories and Speculations.
  2. [S94] Descendancy Narrative of John PASK from Michael Wood.

Elizabeth DOUGHTY1

#22, b. 1792, d. 8 March 1863
Last Edited=24 Nov 2005
     Elizabeth DOUGHTY was born in 1792 in Leadenham, Lincolnshire.2,1 She was the daughter of John DOUGHTY. Elizabeth married Benjamin PYKETT, son of Robert PYKETT and Ann LOUGHTON, on 6 March 1812 in Foston, Lincolnshire. In the census of 7 June 1841 in Marston, Lincolnshire, Elizabeth was listed as aged 45, the Head of Household a widow, assumed to be living with her children Ann, Mary, and Benjamin, and grand-daughter Elizabeth.3 In the census of 30 March 1851 in Marston, Lincolnshire, Elizabeth was listed as a widow, aged 59 born in Leadenham, the Head of Household She was a pauper (late Laundress), living with her unmarried daughter Ann, and four grandchildren Elizabeth, Charles, Mary, and James.1
In the census of 7 April 1861 in Marston, Lincolnshire, Elizabeth was listed as the Head of Household; she was a widow, on the parish, living with her daughter Elizabeth, and grand-daughter Elizabeth.2
Elizabeth died on 8 March 1863 in Marston, Lincolnshire.

Children of Elizabeth DOUGHTY and Benjamin PYKETT

Sources of Information:

  1. [S1665] Image of the 1851 for Marston, Lincolnshire: HO107 Piece 2138 Folio 199 Page 7. Indexed incorrectly under the name of TYKETT.
  2. [S56] 1861 Census for Marston, Lincolnshire. Full details upon request: Folio 116.
  3. [S1671] Image of the 1891 Census for Marston, Lincolnshire: HO107 Piece 620 Book 20 Folio 8-9 from Archive CD Books.
  4. [S56] 1861 Census for Marston, Lincolnshire. Full details upon request.
  5. [S94] Descendancy Narrative of John PASK from Michael Wood.

John SAVAGE

#23, b. 20 November 1771, d. 1812
Last Edited=11 Sep 2004
Relationship
2nd great-grandfather of Stuart Charles PASK
Appears on charts
Pedigree for Stuart Charles PASK
     John SAVAGE was baptised on 20 November 1771 in Holbeach, Lincolnshire.1,2 He was the son of John SAVAGE and Dinah WILLMORE.
John married Ann BROWN, daughter of Samuel BROWN and Mary BROWN, on 18 May 1806 in Holbeach, Lincolnshire.3
John was buried on 4 December 1812 in Holbeach, Lincolnshire, at the age of 41.2

Research Note: For more information see John Savage in my maternal family.

Children of John SAVAGE and Ann BROWN

Sources of Information:

  1. [S119] Parish Registers Transcript, Holbeach, Lincolnshire "Baptism: John s John & Dinah SAVAGE."
  2. [S119] Parish Registers Transcript, Holbeach, Lincolnshire "Burial: John SAVAGE age 40 years."
  3. [S119] Parish Registers Transcript, Holbeach, Lincolnshire "John SAVAGE botp = Ann BROWN sotp Banns. Witnesses Rd ENGLISH; Mattw PARTRIDGE & John BAXTER."
  4. [S119] Parish Registers Transcript, Holbeach, Lincolnshire "Baptism: John s John & Ann SAVAGE."
  5. [S119] Parish Registers Transcript, Holbeach, Lincolnshire "Baptism: Mary d John & Ann SAVAGE."

Ann BROWN

#24, b. 12 June 1785, d. November 1838
Last Edited=29 Oct 2016
Relationship
2nd great-grandmother of Stuart Charles PASK
Appears on charts
Pedigree for Stuart Charles PASK
     Ann BROWN was baptised on 12 June 1785 in Gedney, Lincolnshire.1 She was the daughter of Samuel BROWN and Mary BROWN.1
Ann married John SAVAGE, son of John SAVAGE and Dinah WILLMORE, on 18 May 1806 in Holbeach, Lincolnshire.2
Her husband, John, was buried on 4 December 1812 in Holbeach, Lincolnshire, at age 27.3
Ann married John ROBSON on 9 June 1814 in St. Mark's Church, Holbeach, Lincolnshire.4 Her husband, John, died on 14 July 1826 in Holbeach, Lincolnshire.5,6


Ann married Jonathan MITCHELL on 15 June 1832 in Holbeach, Lincolnshire.1 Ann was buried on 30 November 1838.1

Children of Ann BROWN and John SAVAGE

Children of Ann BROWN and John ROBSON

Sources of Information:

  1. [S121] E-mail from Denise Grant to Stuart & Teresa Pask dated 27 January 2004.
  2. [S119] Parish Registers Transcript, Holbeach, Lincolnshire "John SAVAGE botp = Ann BROWN sotp Banns. Witnesses Rd ENGLISH; Mattw PARTRIDGE & John BAXTER."
  3. [S119] Parish Registers Transcript, Holbeach, Lincolnshire "Burial: John SAVAGE age 40 years."
  4. [S119] Parish Registers Transcript, Holbeach, Lincolnshire "Marriage P16 No 46: John ROBSON of Parish Holbeach and Ann SAVAGE (widow) in presence of John KITCHEN; Elizabeth GEORGE; and Joseph GEORGE."
  5. [S121] E-mail from Denise Grant to Stuart & Teresa Pask dated 21 September 2003.
  6. [S287] Parish Registers Transcript, Holbeach, Lincolnshire "Burial: John ROBSON aged 39 of Holbeach Bank."
  7. [S119] Parish Registers Transcript, Holbeach, Lincolnshire "Baptism: John s John & Ann SAVAGE."
  8. [S119] Parish Registers Transcript, Holbeach, Lincolnshire "Baptism: Mary d John & Ann SAVAGE."
  9. [S5508] Website FindmyPast: Lincolnshire Parish Registers 1538-1911: Lincolnshire Baptisms: Holbeach All Saints.
  10. [S121] E-mail from Denise Grant to Stuart & Teresa Pask dated 22 September 2003.

George JACKLIN1

#25, b. 1764, d. 18 April 1842
Last Edited=27 Oct 2016
Relationship
2nd great-grandfather of Stuart Charles PASK
Appears on charts
Pedigree for Stuart Charles PASK
     George JACKLIN was born in 1764.1
George married Sarah BAVIN, daughter of Edward BAVIN and Mary SWIFT, on 26 November 1795 in St. Michael's Church, Billinghay, Lincolnshire. He was a Widower. The marriage ws witnessed by Geo.RANSON, and Wm WILSON.2,3
His wife, Sarah, was buried on 2 May 1828 in All Saints' Church, Holbeach, Lincolnshire, at age 51.4,3
George married Mary BUFF on 24 December 1830.1
George died on 18 April 1842 in Holbeach, Lincolnshire.5,6 He was buried on 18 April 1842 in All Saints' Church, Holbeach, Lincolnshire.4

Research Note: For more information see George Jacklin in my maternal family.

Children of George JACKLIN and Sarah BAVIN

Sources of Information:

  1. [S74] Personal Information supplied by Stuart Pask.
  2. [S4266] Website Lincs to the Past (http://www.lincstothepast.com: ) St. Michael's Church, Billinghay, Lincolnshire.
  3. [S5000] Website Ancestry Family Trees: Denise Grant Family Tree http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/28989521
  4. [S5508] Website FindmyPast: Lincolnshire Parish Registers 1538-1911: Lincolnshire Burials: Holbeach All Saints.
  5. [S65] Copy death certificate (Information currently not computerized).
  6. [S4] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "1842/Q2 JACKLIN, George Holbeach 14 263."
  7. [S5508] Website FindmyPast: Lincolnshire Parish Registers 1538-1911: Lincolnshire Baptisms: All Saints Church, Holbeach, Lincolnshire.
  8. [S5508] Website FindmyPast: Lincolnshire Parish Registers 1538-1911: Lincolnshire Baptisms: Holbeach All Saints.