Agnes or Anne PASKE formerly ATKINSON née ?1

#13001
Last Edited=26 Sep 2010
     Agnes married John PASKE Snr, son of John PASKE and Marion PASKE née ?, in 1574 in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire. He was probably a Surgeon.1

Research Note: They had no children, but both left wills.1

Sources of Information:

  1. [S2657] E-mail from Colin Cornes to Stuart & Teresa Pask dated 25 September 2010: Information copied from pedigrees given in 16C visitations, with many contemporary misspellings - "John Paske yeo Stradishall(not Stragwell) d 1577 leaving his wife Marion or Mary lands in Stradishall & Wickhambrook
    He had two sons called John
    John sr(who was probably a surgeon)d 1587 Cambridge,having married Anne or Agnes Atkinson widow in 1574 cambridge
    They had no children but both left wils."

John BROWNE1

#13002, b. 26 April 1741, d. 2 October 1801
Last Edited=30 Jan 2012
     John BROWNE was born on 26 April 1741 in Finchingfield, Essex.2 He was the son of Rev Mr. John BROWNE and Mary PASKE.1,2 He was baptised on 16 April 1742 in Finchingfield, Essex.3

Mr J. Browne was the posthumous son of the Rev John Browne Rector of Booton, in the county of Norfolk, of a family of respectable rank and note by Mary Paske daughter of the Rev. Mr. Pask of Finchinfield in the county of Essex. Mr J. Browne was born at Finchinfield in the house of Mr Pask, on 26th April 1741, six months after the decease of his father. In or about 1753 Mrs Browne married Edward Theed Esq. of Needingworth in Huntingdonshire. Mr Browne was placed at a grammar school in Norwich, under the care of the late Mr Davy, till of age to apply to a profession, when he was articled to Mr Tinney, 1756 at that time in Fleet St with whom the celebrated Mr Woolet was a pupil. Mr B. continued with Mr Tinney till 1761, when Mr Tinney's health having been for some time on the decline ..........................by the advice of Dr Monsey of Chelsea, his great uncle, was placed, for the remainder of his term with Mr Woollet.................................. in 1770 he was chosen a Member of the Royal Academy. ......................................Mr B had etched in a beautiful manner.....but was prevented from completing it by sickness, which......... ended in death, at his house in West Lane, Walworth, Oct 2 1801, leaving a widow, three sons and one daughter, and on the 8th instant his remains were interred in the burial grounds of the church of St Saviour, Southwark."2,4
John was named as a beneficiary in his grandmother Ellen PASKE's will made on 22 May 1771.1
John was named as a beneficiary in his uncle Isaac PASKE's will made on 9 March 1782.5,6,7
John died on 2 October 1801 in West Lane, Walworth, London, at the age of 60; He left a widow, three sons, and one daughter.2
John was buried on 8 October 1801 in St. Saviour, London, at the age of 60.2 John was referred to in his aunt Catherine Whilhelmina Eleanora BENSLEY's will, as her late nephew.8 He was mentioned in his uncle, Thomas BENSLEY's will.8

Sources of Information:

  1. [S3817] Will of Ellen Paske. "Documents Online www.nationalarchives.gov.uk Catalogue Reference PROB 11/1009 Image Reference 63/61 Copy available on request."
  2. [S4250] E-mail from Bronwen Manning to Stuart & Teresa Pask dated 30 November 2011 - from the European Magazine and London Review 1801 Memoirs of John Browne A.R. Engraver "Mr J. Browne was the posthumous son of the Rev John Browne Rector of Booton, in the county of Norfolk, of a family of respectable rank and note by Mary Paske daughter of the Rev. Mr. Pask of Finchinfield in the county of Essex. Mr J. Browne was born at Finchinfield in the house of Mr Pask, on 26th April 1741, six months after the decease of his father. In or about 1753 Mrs Browne married Edward Theed Esq. of Needingworth in Huntingdonshire. Mr Browne was placed at a grammar school in Norwich, under the care of the late Mr Davy, till of age to apply to a profession, when he was articled to Mr Tinney, 1756 at that time in Fleet St with whom the celebrated Mr Woolet was a pupil. Mr B. continued with Mr Tinney till 1761, when Mr Tinney's health having been for some time on the decline ..........................by the advice of Dr Monsey of Chelsea, his great uncle, was placed, for the remainder of his term with Mr Woollet.................................. in 1770 he was chosen a Member of the Royal Academy. ......................................Mr B had etched in a beautiful manner.....but was prevented from completing it by sickness, which......... ended in death, at his house in West Lane, Walworth, Oct 2 1801, leaving a widow, three sons and one daughter, and on the 8th instant his remains were interred in the burial grounds of the church of St Saviour, Southwark."
  3. [S3725] GEDCOM file created by Francis Beaumont, 2 February 2008.
  4. [S4308] Website Google Books: The European magazine, and London review - Philological Society (Great Britain) - Google Books
    http://books.google.co.uk/books[:EMAIL]">[EMAIL:]http://books.google.co.uk/books[:EMAIL].
  5. [S4252] Transcript of the Will of Isaac Paske. Kindly provided by Bronwen Manning. Click to display a transcript of the will
  6. [S2699] Website The National Archives (http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk: ) PROB 11/1118 1784.
  7. [S4250] E-mail from Bronwen Manning to Stuart & Teresa Pask dated 30 November 2011 - Transcript of the will of Isaac Paske.
  8. [S4250] E-mail from Bronwen Manning to Stuart & Teresa Pask dated 30 November 2011.

Leslie Paul WELTON1,2,3

#13008, b. 25 June 1914, d. April 2000
Last Edited=3 Nov 2010
Leslie Paul Welton (1914-2000)
     Leslie Paul WELTON was born on 25 June 1914, in the Fulham registration district.2,3 He was the son of Albert Paul WELTON and Ethel Rose PASK.1,2
Leslie married Frances Pearl ELEY in 1937 in the Hendon registration district.4
Leslie lived at 112 Russell Lane, Southgate, London.5
Leslie died in April 2000 in the Huntingdon registration district aged 85.3

Photographs of Leslie are included in an electronic photograph album titled John David Pask Album .6

Sources of Information:

  1. [S3819] Information supplied verbally by John David & David John Pask.
  2. [S2] GRO Indexes to Births. "1914/Q3 WELTON, Leslie P. PASK Fulham 1a 628."
  3. [S4] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Leslie Paul Welton Birth Date: 25 Jun 1914 Death Registration Month/Year: Apr 2000 Age at death (estimated): 85 Registration district: Huntingdon Inferred County: Huntingdonshire Register number: G6B District and Subdistrict: 3331B Entry number: 77."
  4. [S3] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "1937/Q3 WELTON, Leslie P. = ELEY, Frances P. Hendon 3a 1701."
  5. [S3827] Information supplied verbally by John David & David John Pask.
  6. [S3606] Website Picasa Web Albums (http://picasaweb.google.com: ) http://picasaweb.google.co.uk/teresa.pask/…

Frances Pearl ELEY1,2

#13009, b. 25 December 1912, d. May 1999
Last Edited=3 Nov 2010
     Frances Pearl ELEY was born on 25 December 1912.2
Frances married Leslie Paul WELTON, son of Albert Paul WELTON and Ethel Rose PASK, in 1937 in the Hendon registration district.1
Frances lived at 112 Russell Lane, Southgate, London.3
Frances died in May 1999 in the Huntingdon registration district aged 86.2

Sources of Information:

  1. [S3] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "1937/Q3 WELTON, Leslie P. = ELEY, Frances P. Hendon 3a 1701."
  2. [S4] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Frances Pearl Welton Birth Date: 25 Dec 1912 Death Registration Month/Year: May 1999 Age at death (estimated): 86 Registration district: Huntingdon Inferred County: Huntingdonshire Register number: G4B District and Subdistrict: 3331B Entry number: 144."
  3. [S3827] Information supplied verbally by John David & David John Pask.

John PASK1

#13022, b. 8 January 1933, d. 18 November 1993
Last Edited=4 Apr 2015
     John PASK was born on 8 January 1933, in the Grimsby registration district.1,2 He was the son of John Thomas William PASK and Ethel Rose STEELE.1
John married Agnes WELCH in 1955 in the Louth registration district.1,3
At the time of his death, John lived at 39 Lindum Road, Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire.4
John died on 18 November 1993, at the age of 60, and his death was registered in the Grimsby registration district.5,1,4
His estate was probated on 31 December 1993 at the Leeds Probate Registry, Leeds, Yorkshire.4

Children of John PASK and Agnes WELCH

  • John Leslie PASK1
  • David N. PASK1

Sources of Information:

  1. [S3820] E-mail from John Miller to Stuart & Teresa Pask dated 9 October 2010.
  2. [S2] GRO Indexes to Births. "1933/Q1 PASK, John STEELE Grimsby 7a 834."
  3. [S3] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "1955/Q3 PASK, John = WELCH, Agnes Louth 3b 842."
  4. [S4999] Website UK Government Probate Search Service: PASK, John of 39 Lindum Road Cleethorpes South Humberside died 18 November 1993 Probate Leeds 31 December Not Exceeding £125000 9381003931V.
  5. [S4] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "PASK, John 8 Jan 1933 Grimsby 1993 November District 5481A Reg A40C Ent 263."