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Date 2004 Details
13 Dec
(3310)
This is the last update in 2004. We would like to sincerely thank everyone who have contributed to an unbelievable growth in the number of narratives, information, certificates, censuses, and photographs. At the beginning of 2004 there were approximately 1300 people in the database and there is now 3,310 and expanding rapidly. We are only custodians of this information and the website reflects how researchers are willing to share, assist, and collaborate. We wish you all a very Happy Christmas and New Year.
Additional resource: Helen Williams, researching on behalf of Avril Pask of Canada the descendants of Ronald Pask who immigrated to Canada. Avril has a  a small photo album with an embossed leather cover holding carte de visite type of photos of unknown people. She assumes that they are of members of her father's family. These photographs have been scanned and will be included in the website in a future update.
The will of James Pask. This is closely linked to the will of Oliver Pask which is currently being transcribed by Colleen Morrison, and will be included in a future update.
Additional resource: Joanne Kirby who has provided information on John Edward Pask and his family. John was Joanne's grandmother's (Lavina HARRISON née NOTMAN) second husband.
Additional resource: Kevin Sporle who is researching the descendants of James Albert PASK.
29 Nov Birth certificates of Arthur Pask, and Linsey Francis Pask, kindly provided by Valerie Billimore.
Minor update - reformatting of narratives
28 Nov
(3252)
This month has seen a considerable increase in the number of inquiries, probably due to the very well publicised television programme "Who Do You Think You Are". This is accompanied with excellent web pages available at the BBC Website that will be of interest to all family historians irrespective of your nationality.

There are currently several major projects in process at the moment. Sincere thanks to all who have provided information. These include a new PASQUE line, researched by Herbert Bunt who has kindly allowed us to scan over 50 photographs and accompanying information. This is a significant amount of research over a period of many years. This will be included on the website as and when time allows.
Apologies to those whose information have not yet been included. We try to give priority to responding to researchers as quickly as possible, and give them immediate information, where available. As and when time allows, this information is then included in the database and subsequently on the website. So your patience is appreciated.

Additional resource: Pat Maybrey, researching Morgan Pask of Shire Newton, Monmouthshire. Pat has provided a wealth of information on this family.
Additional resource: Gary Edward Pask, researching Lambert Pask one of the descendants of Edward Pask of Stamford, Lincolnshire.
Additional resource: Charlene Herbert, researching Beatrice Alma Pask, also one of the descendants of Edward Pask of Stamford, Lincolnshire.
Additional resource: Karen Dorling, who is researching DORLING Genealogy and Family History. More information is available on her website . It appears that several DORLINGS married into the PASK family, descendants of Oliver Pask. We are trying the unravel the connections.
Additional resource: Wayne Pask, who is researching his great-great grandfather Thomas Pask, the son of William Pask from Kilgwrrwg, Monmouthshire.
Additional resource: Bruce Beauchamp, researching Ron PASK of Canada.
Additional resource: Sally Baldwin, researching Mary PASK who married George Baldwin in 1830 at Welton, Lincolnshire
Additional Resource: The Cosford Database, compiled by Ray Long. This database contains details of over 114,000 people and over 25,000 families mainly from the Lavenham and Cosford Registration District of Suffolk. Also it now includes Acton, Lawshall, Long Melford, Great Waldingfield and Little Waldingfield in the Sudbury Registration District and Stowmarket in the Stow Registration District. Information has been kindly provided by Ray, and will be included in the database in the very near future.
Information received from Tom Lessup who kindly provided additional information on Dr. Henry Edgar A. PASK, and Oliver Pask from the Times Index.
Information received from Mike Storey on Dr. Henry Edgar A. PASK. Mike is researching World War I.
9 Nov
(3175)
Photographs of the family of Henry Cecil & Ethel PASK née MALLETT, and Henry's mother Mary SHAW, as kindly provided by Margaret (Pat) Taylor. This together with certificates, census and GRO indexes provides a comprehensive family group descending from Henry PASK, an umbrella maker from Southwark, London.
Minor changes - identified some images not correctly referenced. Also some links not  working correctly. Narratives regenerated and show date of 8 November.
7 Nov
(3175)
Marriage certificate of Ruth Minnie Pask and John SIMPSON kindly provided by Maria Karg. Information from census and GRO indexes for the SIMPSON family, where found, have also been included.
Extensive information about the Stamford PASKs provided by Colleen Willis & Sandra Jinks. Additionally information from census and GRO indexes for these family, where found, has also been included. This cover the ancestors and descendants of Lambert & Charlotte PASK née WALTHAM who immigrated to Australia.

Note: This family is very complex and some of the information is based on assumptions. Without the purchasing of extensive number of certificates, and more in depth research, it is difficult to determine the relationships between the families, except by the unusual names of Lambert and Newman.

Information on the descendants of George and Mary Ann PASK née BETTONEY. George is believed to came from Suffolk, probably Kedington.
PASK(E) Baptisms from Llangwm Baptisms 1801-1812, Panteg Baptisms 1865 – 1878, and Panteg Baptisms 1878 – 1900, Monmouthshire.
PASK(E) Baptisms from Kilgwrwg, Monmouthshire. Information from census and GRO indexes for these family, where found, have also been included.
Oct 25 Minor changes - identified some images not correctly referenced. Also some links not  working correctly.
Additional resource: Richard I. Winwood researching Emma PASK who married James WINWOOD (with surname variants).
Oct 24
(3077)
This latest update is an accumulation of research from numerous sources. An additional 300+ people have been added. Sincere thanks to all concerned for freely making available their years of research. This additional information together with census, and GRO indexes has enabled us to link a significant number of families together.
Detailed chart of descendants from John PASK who married Mirabel SPARROW in 1708, as supplied by Dorothy Pask
Detailed chart of descendants from John PASK, who married Katherine KLIPPIN in c1750, as supplied by Jo Pask
The transcripts of the baptism, burial and marriage registers of information from Navenby, Lincolnshire.
1851 Census Information on the family of Thomas & Ann PASK of Whepstead, Suffolk, kindly provided by Maria Karg.
1861 Census information for Kedington, Whepstead, Hargrave, Hengrave, and Wickhambrook. For other parishes searched see Suffolk information.
23 Pask(e) Burial information from the Abney Park Cemetery website.
Additional information from Colleen Willis on Australian families of Lambert & Charlotte Pask
Additional information from Valerie Billimore researching Rose Joyce PASK, and her ancestors.
Additional resource: Tracey Hughes, researching Emily PASK who married James SIMMONDS
Additional resource: Clive Hill, researching Jacob PASKE of Kilgwrrwg, Monmouthshire. Clive is a descendant of Jacob's son Zachariah.
Information from census and GRO indexes for this family have also been included.
1851 Census information on the Hargrave PASKs, kindly provided by Edwin Prockter.
Additional resource: Gary Pask researching his grandfather James Ernest Pask, who was born to William & Julia Martha PASK née ELMER who were Whalebone Cutters in London.
Additional information from census and GRO indexes for this family have been included which currently go back to John PASK born 1808-1810 in Shoreditch.
Oct 1 Update on Samuel PASK (1830-1905) born in Boothby Graffoe, Lincolnshire. This includes photographs and certificates, kindly provided by John Gunson.
Sep 27
(2766)
Additional resource: Carol Markillie researching Harriet PASK born 1800 in Moulton, Suffolk, who married Jacob MARKLEY.
Information on the Stamford PASKs, including Census and GRO indexes
Update on Catherine CRAKE, as provided by Colleen Willis.
Additional resource: Jacinta Hawker researching James Pask of Lambeth.
Sep 25
(2715)
The transcripts of the baptism, burial and marriage registers of information from Wellingore, Lincolnshire.
The transcripts of the baptism, burial and marriage registers of information from Caythorpe, Lincolnshire.
Additional resource: John Gunson, researching Susannah PASK born in Navenby in 1855.
Additional resource: Dwight & Sharon Martin, researching George PASK, born 1804 in probably Wellingore, and immigrated to Ohio, America.
Additional resource: Colleen Willis, researching the descendants of Catherine PASK and her daughter Catherine CRAKE who immigrated to Australia in 1875.
Sep 13
(2596)
The transcripts of the baptism and burial registers of information from Kedington, Suffolk, kindly provided by researcher Edwin Prockter. This covers the period:
Baptisms: From 1645 to 1742; 1750 to 1899.
Burials: From 1654 to 1899. There is a gap in the registers 23.8.1793 to 28.6.1797.
Wherever applicable this was cross-referenced with GRO indexes. Census data will be included in subsequent updates.
My maternal family is now included in a separate list of narratives.
Additional resource: Gerald (Gerry) Bond, researching the descendants of James SHIELDS born in Carlton Scroop, Lincolnshire. He is a descendant of Mark SHIELDS my 3 x Great Grandfather.
Sep 4
(2516)
This update is mainly concentrating on the descendants of Isaac PASK(E).
Sep 2
(2494)
Please note due to a family reunion in July there is a backlog of information waiting to be included. This hopefully will be rectified soon.
Births, marriages, and death certificates for the family of Cyril John PASK, as kindly provided by Nick Pask. This information has enabled a link back to George PASK, from Thorney, Cambridgeshire.
Additional information from Paula Payne on the Llanmartin, Monmouthshire Pasks. This has significantly increased the descendancy chart for Isaac Pask, linking in Isaac Pask the Stonemason from Nottinghamshire. More information will be included in a subsequent update.
Aug 26
(2453)
Additional resource: Lyn Pask researching David Gwyn PASK. Although data needs to be verified, there is probably a link back to Isaac PASKE of Kilgwrrwg. Lyn has provided a large amount of information relating to this family, which has connections with Australian Pasks.
Aug 23 Another significant amount of information from researcher Edwin Prockter. This includes a transcript of the marriage registers of Kedington, Suffolk. Some baptism and burials have also been included, however the full transcript of PASK, PASKE entries in the baptism and burial registers will be included in a subsequent update. Sincere thanks for Edwin for this invaluable information.
Photograph of Sarah Sophia Ruth PASK, kindly provided by Maria Karg.
Additional resource: Anna Pask researching David Gwyn PASK.
Additional resource: Philip Alderson researching Jabez and Jane Bennett née PASK
Additional resource: Hazel Woodford researching Susannah EMPINGHAM, who married John Pask.
Jun 14 Additional resource: Sandra Pask researching Philip PASK who married Rosetta KEEN. Since the initial inquiry it was established that Philip was the son of Oliver PASK (1806-1892) and his wife Sophia SUTTER who lived in Hargrave, Suffolk.
May 4
(2276)
Four superb photographs kindly provided by Philip L. Fletcher:
1. A family group photograph of John Key Brown and his wife, Mary Elizabeth Brown née Pask, together with their family.
2. Another picture of John Key Brown & Mary Elizabeth (Pask) Brown. On the back it says, "Great Grandpa & Grandma, John Brown."
3. The only picture Philip has of Sarah Kisyia LUKE née Pask. Philip believes this is probably Maria (Mullens) Denbigh, (on the left) wife of Capt. Samuel Denbigh (the person Samuel Denbigh Brown Sr., is named after), and Mary Kisyia (Pask) Luke (on the right). On the back of this picture it says, "Mrs. Denby & Aunt Sarah Luke."
4. A photograph of Mary's brothers "Charlie" and Joseph Thomas PASK. Philip is unsure who "Charlie" was.
Additional detailed information on Joseph Thomas PASK and his family, as provided by Philip L. Fletcher, including US Census information.

Additional resource: Marcela Robaina from Montevideo, Uruguay. Marcela's is a direct descendant of James Horton PASK and the granddaughter of Florence Ayers, the eldest of Mary Pask and Albert T. Ayers' five daughters. The family moved to Uruguay, in South America.

Apr 26 During Easter 2004, a reunion of the descendants of the Pask family was held in Feilding, New Zealand . The event was organized by Dianne BAIRD, and attended by 120 including spouses. More information is available on the New Zealand page. Dianne is visiting London in May 2004 and would welcome any information on where to locate the graves of John Pask (died 1771-1847) and Francis née Haffinden (1781-1837). Also Julia Pask née Asplin (18-11-1848). John Pask's will refers to John of Thundersley, so they may be from this area. Julia is from an Asplin family of Little Wakering Hall, Essex. James Pask, who married Julia, was the gardener for the Asplin family. The emigrated to Australia. The family then moved to New Zealand. If you have any information on this family please contact Dianne BAIRD.
PASK entries from a transcript of Sedgebrook, Lincolnshire kindly provided by Elizabeth Hampson. Elizabeth has a very detailed website that shows Sedgebrook inhabitants of yesteryear, and Names from the Parish Registers. A must for those interested in this Lincolnshire village. William and Ann PASK née WHITEHEAD brought up their family in Sedgebrook in the early 1800s.
Another significant amount of information from researcher Edwin Prockter. This includes detailed information on the families of George Joshua PASK, James PASK, and Charles PASK. Also Elijah HECKFORD whose mother was Ann PASKE, and two of his daughters Eliza married George PASKE, and Hannah married Alfred PASKE. Sincerest thanks to Edwin for sharing this valuable information. In the next update it is planned to include more PASK and HECKFORD entries from the Kedington parish registers.
Amendments to the PASKs of Great Gonerby, as provided by Eileen Flinn. We are always grateful when people take the time to advise us of any corrections, and we will happily correct them.
Apr 11
(2719)
Additional information on the descendants of James Horton PASK, as provided by Don & Rae Scott, particularly the AYERS family. Albert Tintern AYERS (who was born on the ship "Tintern Abbey" when the family emigrated from England) married Mary PASK and his brother Ernest Robert AYERS married Jane PASK.
Apr 9
(2613)
This update includes information gleaned from several sources relating to the PASKs of New Zealand - the descendants of James Horton PASK.

Sources include Dianne BAIRD; Rootsweb World Connect, the database of James Carpenter; the website of  Christine SHEEHAN which hosted the PASK Genealogy Page; the website Family History of Roger Williams; Website Feilding Cemetery Records; and the website Oakleigh General Cemetery Records.
Dianne BAIRD also provided a photograph of James Horton Pask.

Apr 4
(2138)
This update includes comprehensive information relating to the Lincolnshire PASKs, based on collaboration with Tom and Claudia DuBois, and Arthur and Betty PASK researching the PASKs from Nocton, Lincolnshire, who descended from Henry PASK.

Sincere thanks to Tom and Claudia for their research information which has enable us to link together families, and compile the chart of Henry PASK. This is substantial information for the PASKs of America list.

Additional information on James PASK, including identification of all the people in the family photograph taken two days before his death. Many thanks to Dianne BAIRD who kindly provided the information, including corrections to the details of her father Leonard PASK. A family reunion is being held over the Easter weekend, and hopefully lots more information will be included soon in the list of People from New Zealand.
All known 1881 Census entries for the PASKs of Kedington Suffolk. Where possible those mentioned have been researched and linked to the Births, Marriages and Deaths, and 1901 Census. The 1861 Census for Suffolk is now available and these will be added in the near future. The list of People from Suffolk details all people with events in the county of Suffolk currently in the database.
Mar 21
(1913)
Additional information on the descendants of Peter PASK, including a significant number of new records. Sincere thanks to Edwin Prockter for this valuable information from early Suffolk records.
Additional information on the PASKs of Llandevaud, Llanmartin, as provided by Paula Payne.
Additional information on the descendants of William and Bridget PASK née MASSEY, as provided by Philip L Fletcher.
Additional resource: Jenny White researching Elizabeth PASKE who married Thomas LOCK. Their daughter Maria LOCK was born 1815 in Rougham, Suffolk, and married Abraham COCKSEDGE.
Additional resource: Roger Harvey researching ASHPOLE / ASHPOOL and ASHPOOLE. Mary ASHPOLE was living with her daughter Mary PASK née LEE, and son-in-law John PASK in the 1881 & 1901 census in London.
Additional resource: Ruth Selman researching Beatrice PASK who married John EMMINS in 1726-7 in Burrough Green, Cambridgeshire.
Additional resource: Gail McDonald, researching the Kilgwrrwg PASK/PASKEs.
Mar 15
(1861)
Birth certificate for William PASK born 1857; Marriage certificate for William PASK and Sarah SPRIGGS, and Death certificates for William PASKE and Sarah PASKE, formerly SPRIGGS née NEWTH. These documents were kindly provided by Tony Potter. Also additional information on the family of William Charles PASKE, who is believed to be connected to William PASK.
Birth certificate for Violet Elizabeth PASKE, born 9 August 1891 in Bedminster. Birth certificate for William SAVAGE, and Rose SAVAGE.
A list of all available birth, marriage, and death certificates is detailed in the Lists section.
Detailed information on the PASKs of Llandevaud, Llanmartin who descended from Isaac and Mary PASK née HOLMES. This is part of 156 pages of information provided by Paula Payne. The next update will provide more information.
Information on the descendants of William and Bridget PASK née MASSEY, who emigrated to America, as provided by Philip L Fletcher.
Additional information on the Kilgwrrwg PASKs descendants of Moses PASK, derived from censuses, and civil registration.
Information on the SHIELDS families of Lincolnshire, including John PASK who married Elizabeth SHIELDS provided by Caroline Sleight, and Paul Shields.
Mar 7
(1813)
Extensive information from Dennis Hunt relating to the Pasks of Stapleford, Lincolnshire. Charlotte Elizabeth PASK was Dennis' mother, and she was a descendant of John PASK born in 1752 in Washingborough. Dennis also kindly provided a photograph of the family bible, and the Pask-Walker families.
Information the descendants of John PASK, born between 1808 and 1810 in Shoreditch, Middlesex. This was a family of Whalebone Cutters and Splint and Surgical Instrument makers, a quite specialised craft which requires a sort of artistic flair as well as technical ability. This wealth of information was provided by Colleen Morrison, who is currently researching where they originated from. Other probably related families are George PASK, born 1844 Shoreditch, and Robert William PASK, born 1853 Bethnal Green.
Death certificate for Joseph Willis PASK, and the marriage certificate for his brother Thomas PASK, who married Elizabeth COLE. They were descendants of a John PASK (c1780s) of Wickhambrook, Suffolk. These documents were kindly provided by Maria Karg.
Information on Barnabas Thomas PASKE, of Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire, as supplied by Paul Hunt.
Timberland, Lincolnshire: Transcript of Timberland parish records from 1790-1885. This includes the descendants of John PASK of Timberland.
Additional resource: Tony Potter researching William PASK who married Sarah SPRIGGS née NEWTH.
Additional resource: Liz Cooke researching Harry PASK who married Elizabeth Skeath COOKE in 1905. Harry was a descendant of John PASK of Timberland.
Additional resource: Valerie Billimore researching Rose Joyce PASK, and her ancestors.
Additional resource: Denine Houston who is researching Fredrick PASK from Chepstow, Monmouthshire.
Additional resource: Paul Shields, who is researching the SHIELDS families of Lincolnshire.
Additional resource: Caroline Sleight, who is researching the SHIELDS-PASK families of Lincolnshire.
Additional resource: Noel who is researching the PASKs of Darwin, Australia.
Feb 8
(1676)
Extensive additional information provided by Edwin Prockter, relating to William Alfred PASK I and his descendants. Sincere thanks to Edwin for providing such valuable information. There is now a total of 57 descendants of Peter PASK recorded in the database, and can be seen in the Descendant Chart for Peter PASK.
Additional information from Graeme Adams relating to the descendants of James Horton Pask who was born in 1835 in Thundersley, Essex, and emigrated to Australia. James' descendancy chart is now available.
Information on the SHIELDS families of Pickworth, Lincolnshire extracted from PRs transcripts made in 1983-4. The SHIELDS family is on my paternal side. Collaboration with information provided by Don Shields. Mark SHIELDS is our shared direct ancestor, and Mark's descendancy chart is very impressive.
Information about Gladys PASK who married Seth APPLETON. Kindly provided by Brian Taylor from the website Our Lancashire Appletons, Appleton and Richardson family history.
Additional resource: Rachel Evans researching Susannah, or Hannah PASK who married her ancestor Edward BUSH.
Feb 4
(1600)
Transcript of 1837-1859 Deaths from Civil Registration is now included in the Online Database for Deaths. Deaths are now complete for the 1837-1909 period, and total 1292 entries. This completes the Births, Marriages, and Deaths that will be included on the website. All other entries are available on request.
Information on the SAVAGE families of Holbeach, Lincolnshire extracted from PRs transcripts made in 1984-5. The SAVAGE family is on my maternal side. Collaboration with information provided by Denise Grant.
Information on the Rev. George Alexander PASK, M.A, who married Mary Isabella FISKE, kindly provided by Hugh Fiske from his website Fiske Family Papers. They were the parents of John Gresham PASKE.
Additional resource: David Lynn Pask researching Eric Pask born in Lincoln 1915.
Marriage certificate of Thomas Pask and Sophia Willis, and birth and marriage certificate of their son Joseph Willis Pask. These documents were kindly provided by Maria Karg.
Additional information gleaned from the 1901 census, and civil registration on the descendants of Thomas Pask and Sophia Willis. Their son John Oliver Pask and his wife Ellen Mary née WALTON had six daughters.
Jan 25
(1448)
Extensive information (almost 100 new people) provided by Eardley Bryan on the descendants of John Pask of Stragwell, Suffolk.
Transcript of 1837-1849 Births from Civil Registration is now included in the Online Database for Births. Births are now complete for the 1837-1902 period, and total 202 entries.
Transcript of 1837-1859 Marriages from Civil Registration is now included in the Online Database for Marriages. Marriages are now complete for the 1837-1919 period, and total 144 entries.
Collaboration on Frances Elizabeth PASKE with Kathryn Dillard Schwend who is researching SCHWEND and related families.
Jan 18
(1349)
Narratives now include information from a transcript of Bardney Parish Registers - Baptisms 1758 to 1831; Marriages 1754 to 1812; Burials 1758 to 1813.
Collaboration of Bardney records with Jacky Clark's family tree available on World Connect.
Narratives now include Pask information from the Book of Remembrance from the Tintern Village Web Site, Monmouthshire. Linked into births, marriages, deaths and cecords.
Transcript of 1850-1866 Births from Civil Registration is now included in the Online Database for Births. Births now total 176 entries.
Numerous records in the online databases have been updated to provide links to the narratives.
Jan 15 Extensive information provided by Jeff Flack, of Sydney, Australia relating to William & Mary PASK(E) from Hengrave, Suffolk. In particular the family of Reuben John Pask. This information includes references to 1841-1901 census, births, baptisms, marriages, deaths, and burials in Hengrave, and Flempton cum Hengrave in Suffolk.
Additional resource: Jacky Clark researching Pasks from Lincolnshire, particularly Bardney. Her family tree can be found on World Connect.
Additional resource: Jim Dugan researching Bijou Frances PASKE. His family tree can be found on World Connect.
Additional resource: Gary L Hargreaves researching the Beauchamp-Lea-Pask connection.
John Ward is researching the Pykett families of Marston/Foston and Great Gonerby areas.
Graeme Adams has a website on http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~kiwiadams.
Jan 11 Additional resource: Mike Williamson researching Louisa Pask from Long Sutton, Lincolnshire, who married Edwin William Henry Westmoreland. Mike has provided photographs of Edwin and Louisa.
Additional resource: Graeme Adams researching James Horton Pask who was born in 1835 in Thundersley, Essex. James emigrated to Australia. Graeme has provided a superb family group photograph taken in 1906 2 days before James died. Additional information will be added in a subsequent update.
Additional resource: Nick Pask interested in John Pask from Greatford, Lincolnshire.
Additional resource: Joyce Culley interested in Hannah Pask who married Benjamin Chart in 1812 at Finsbury.
Additional resource: Helena Pask interested in Pasks from Monmouthshire.
Additional resource: Trevor Rubelli originally omitted from the resource list compiled last year. Researching his wife's great grandfather John Stephen PASK. Now living in South Africa.
Jan 5 Extensive information provided by Edwin Prockter, relating to William Alfred PASK and his descendants. William is included in the Descendant Chart for Peter PASK.
Additional resource: Helena Pask interested in Pasks from Monmouthshire.
Additional resource: Jeanette Yakin researching Betsy Ann Pask who came from Southery, Lincolnshire.
Additional resource: Colleen Morrison researching the Pasks of Shoreditch. Colleen has provided very detailed information that will be included in the database in a subsequent update.

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