several PASKs that immigrated to Australia.
Horton Pask—The most well researched Australian.
James was born in 1835 in Thundersley the son of John and
Frances Pask née HAFFINDEN. James was a gardener
and he married Julia ASPLIN,
who was believed to be the daughter of his employer the
Asplin family from Little
Wakering Hall. After Julia's early death in 1848, James
immigrated to Australia.
James married Margaret McLEOD on 21 April
1870 in Melbourne, Australia. James died on 5 May 1890 in
Oakleigh, near Melbourne, at the age of 80 and is buried
in Oakleigh General Cemetery. Some of his descendants later
emigrated from Australia to Tawa a district of Wellington,
More information on James
Horton Pask, and his family is available in the detailed
narratives section. The
indicates the descendants of John and Frances Pask née
HAFFINDEN. Information provided by Graeme Adams, Dianne
Baird, Julie McLennan, and Don & Rae Scott.
Pask—born in 1825 in Kedington, Suffolk,
he probably immigrated to Ulla-Dulla, New South Wales between
1851 and 1861. No other information is known except that
he may have died c1910. Information provided by Tracy Bentley.
Pask—Born in 1833 in Stamford, Lincolnshire
he married Charlotte WALTHAM in 1854 prior to their assisted
passage on the ship "Agra", and arrived in Australia
in December 1854. Lambert was a gold miner. They lived at
Bunniyong, near Ballarat, a large gold mining area then.
Information provided by Colleen Willis.
PASK née MALLETT—Born in 1906 she
married Henry Cecil PASK and they lived in Surrey. On Henry's
death in 1959, Ethel immigrated to Perth, Australia to live
with her daughter. Henry was a descendant of Peter Pask
of Suffolk. The icon
indicates Peter Paske's descendants. Information provided
by Margaret (Pat) Taylor.
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