Brick walls, including Unidentified
This is a new section, and provides the opportunity for co-researchers
to detail their brickwalls, and possibly collaborate with others
who are also stuck. Contact
us if you would like to include your Pask related brick walls.
|Can you identify some photographs
provided by by Helen Williams, on behalf of Avril Siddle née
Pask, who lives in Canada. Avril's father was Ronald
Pask who lived in Leeds England in the 1930s.
PASK was born in 1835 in Southrow, or Southrey, Bardney,
Lincolnshire. He moved to
Prestbury in Cheshire and married Martha HEATH in 1865. His
descendancy chart lists
three generations. Can you provide the missing link?
Can you identify this photograph? Tracy Bentley has this photograph in her collection. It relates to a Kedington family, and was taken in Haverhill, Suffolk
Trying to trace Edward
Pask born c1771 who married Sarah c1800. They are known to have lived in the Stamford, Barnack and Ryhall that are all within a five mile radius of Barholm.
sons with the unusual names of Newman, and Lambert.
and Alice WOODCOCK are my own ancestors. They were the earliest
recorded Pasks in Great Gonerby. The icon
indicates John and Alice's descendants. However for over
20 years I have not been able to trace them back further.
Can you help?
There is a possibility that he is John PASK (1755-) baptised
in Wellingore, the son of Wiliam PASK a descendant of
William PASKE (c1690-)
and his wife Susanna.
was born in 1768 and married Phoebe LEWIS c1801 in Wales.
Philip was buried in Bryngwyn, Monmouthshire. His descendancy
chart lists three generations, but how does he link into
the Monmouthshire Pasks?
29 December 2005
Chris Bell is looking for
the marriage of Isabella
SOLOMON to William Pask
c1882 in Lincolnshire.
William Pask was born
in 1769. It has now been established that William married
Ann BARNES, and they lived in Wellingore. and Fulbeck, Lincolnshire.
In the narratives section,
indicates William Pask's descendants. Unfortunately there
are two William Pasks baptised in Wellingore in this period.
28 December 2005
married Alfred STOCKWELL
in St. Woolos, Newport, Monmouthshire. Her father was given
as William a Farmer. In the 1881 & 1891 her uncle Charles
Pask was living with them.
|Watch this space for more brick walls!
26 December 2005
In the 1871 census, John
Pask (born 1842-44 Whitechapel), was listed as a Boot
& Shoe Maker, living with his wife Mary at 18
Widegate Street, Bishopsgate. At the same time
Mary Ann BRAGG née
PASK, whose husband James BRAGG was also a Boot &
Shoe Maker, was living at 23 Widegate Street.
Currently we are not aware of any connection of these two
families, however this is too big a coincidence.