The website was updated yesterday, Sunday 1 November 2015.
This information relates to the main Suffolk tree - descendants of John & Mirabel Pask née Sparrow, born c1680 who lived in Wickhambrook, Suffolk. In particular descendants of John Pask (1709-179) their first son.
This information relates to Chart 6 - Unknown Pask who lived in Kedington, Suffolk.
This information relates to a new Chart 8 - Descendants of Philip & Elizabeth Pask née Barnard, They married in 1808 in Stambourne, Essex and lived in Sible Hedingham.
This update focuses on three families who orginated in Suffolk, and Essex:
- Annie Elizabeth Pattle, born Pask, who moved from Suffolk to Dorset, and married Charles Mouland, a Dairyman. They had four children, and lived a long and hard-working life. Many thanks to Derek Mouland, who provided extensive information, and photographs, relating to this family.
- The family of Terence Farrant, who has been writing to us since 2013. In August this year, Terry provided an extensive summary of several generations of the descendants of Susan Paske, who married Joseph Coote in 1856 in Kedington, Suffolk.
- Philip Pask, who married Elizabeth Bernard in 1808. They lived in Essex.
A new chart 08 has been created to detail Philip's descendants.
Their daughter Hephzibah married Ephraim Tyler on 2 May 1830 in Great Maplestead, Essex. Unfortunately on 23 July 1832, Ephraim was convicted in Chelmsford Essex of Housebreaking, and sentenced to Life. He was transported on the 'Andromeda', departing on 13 November 1832, arriving in Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia on 11 March 1833. Subsequently, nearly seven years later Hephzibah remarried, and had five more children. Many thanks to Lorraine Hall, who kindly provided the background information.
Further research is required, as it is probable that this family is linked to Chart 54, also from Essex.