Peter Richard PASK1

#17754, b. 13 December 1920, d. 3 September 2007
Last Edited=11 Feb 2015
     Peter Richard PASK was born on 13 December 1920.1,2
Peter married Hazel P. BARNARD in 1941 in the Hendon registration district.3
Peter died on 3 September 2007 in Brighton, Sussex, at the age of 86.1,4,5
His estate was probated on 16 November 2007 at the Brighton Probate Registry, Brighton, Sussex.5

Research Note: His birth was not found in GRO birth registration.

Child of Peter Richard PASK and Hazel P. BARNARD

  • Anthony G. PASK6

Sources of Information:

  1. [S4] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "2007 PASK, Peter Richard 13 Dec 20 Brighton District 4521B Reg 1B002 Ent 007 Dor 0907."
  2. [S5005] Website Ancestry: England and Wales, Death Index, 2007-2013
    http://search.ancestry.co.uk/search/db.aspx?dbid=60630
    Peter Richard Pask     13-Dec-20     03-Sep-07     Brighton, East Sussex, England.
  3. [S3] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "1941/Q2 PASK, Peter R. = BARNARD, Hazel P. Hendon 3a 1618."
  4. [S5005] Website Ancestry: England and Wales, Death Index, 2007-2013
    http://search.ancestry.co.uk/search/db.aspx?dbid=60630
    Peter Richard Pask; Birth Date: 13-12-1920; Death Date: 03-09-2007; Residence Place at Death: Brighton, East Sussex, England.
  5. [S4999] Website UK Government Probate Search Service: PASK, PETER RICHARD Date of Probate: 16-Nov-2007; Probate No: 2603203; Date of Death: 03-Sep-2007; Document Type: Grant and will; Registry: Brighton.
  6. [S2] GRO Indexes to Births. "1945/Q4 PASK, Anthony G. BARNARD Hendon 3a 814."

Gladys PASK née ?1

#17762
Last Edited=29 Jan 2015
     Gladys married Stuart Mcdonald PASK, son of James Henry PASK and Elizabeth SMITH, in Australia.1

Child of Gladys PASK née ? and Stuart Mcdonald PASK

  • Malcolm Stuart PASK1

Sources of Information:

  1. [S3806] E-mail from Ian Pask to Stuart & Teresa Pask dated 21 January 2015.

Victory Gordon David PASK1

#17765, b. 14 November 1918
Last Edited=14 Sep 2015
     Victory Gordon David PASK was born on 14 November 1918 in Cooktown, Queensland, Australia.1 He was the son of Gordon Stewart PASK and Mary May FULLER.2
Victory served in World War II, he enlisted on 5 August 1940 in Townsville, Queensland, Australia. He enlisted in the Australian Imperial Force on 5 August 1940. His Service Number was QX11468 in the 2/34 Transport Platoon. He attained the Rank of Corporal, and was discharged on 15 November 1945, with leave until 10 February 1946.1,3
Victory married Helen PASK née ? in May 1943 in Australia. They had two children.3
An incident relating to him was reported in the Queensland Times, Ipswich, Queensland, Australia on 6 August 1946, it read:
IN THE COURTS
(Before Mr. T. E. Dwyer, S.M.)
EJECTMENT CLAIM FAILS
In the Court of Petty Sessions yesterday an application by Victory Gordon Donald Pask for the summary ejectment of Thomas Young from a dwelling house situated in River-road, Dinmore, was dismissed by the Magistrate on the ground that no evidence was shown by the complainant that notice to quit had been served in accordance with the regulations. Mr. J. K. Smith (Messrs. P. L. Cardew, Simpson, and Merrell) appeared on behalf of the complainant, and Mr. M. Williams (Messrs. Casey and Williams) appeared on behalf of the respondent.
Victory Gordon Donald Pask, a motor mechanic, said he lived at River-road, Dinmore, with his wife's parents. He was the owner of a house in River-road, Dinmore, at present occupied by Mr. Young. Witness purchased the land from Mrs. Holmes. The first agreement was on February 16, 1946, and the rest of the payment was made on May 8, 1946. The dwelling was purchased by witness subject to Mr. Young's tenancy.
Witness paid £500 for the property. He put in £250 of his own money and £250 loaned from the West Moreton Building Society. He visited the house first in February in company with Mr. Ross, who was the agent for the previous owner. On May 6 witnes went to see Mr. Young and told him that he was about to buy the place, and that he would want it for himself and family to live in. He also mentioned that he would try to find a house for Young. Young told witness that he did not have a place to go to, but he would try to obtain one. Witness served a notice to quit on May 10. No-one else was present when he handed it to the respondent. Witness received rent of 17/6 per week from the respondent.
THREE YEARS OVERSEAS. Witness said he had enlisted in the A.I.F. in August, 1940 and had spent three years overseas. He was discharged on November 15, 1945, with leave until February 10, 1946. He was married in May, 1943, and had two children. Since his discharge he had been living with his wife and family at his wife's parents' home. There were two bedrooms, dining room, lounge, and kitchen in that house and witness and his family occupied one bedroom and had the use of the kitchen for which they paid rent.
Witness admitted that respondent who had five children living at home with him, and his wife, probably would have more difficulty in finding a place than he (witness) would. Witness knew that the respondent's youngest child suffered from defective speech, but he did not know that it received specialist doctor's attention in Brisbane.
Mr. Williams asked for a dismissal of the information on the grounds that there was no evidence before his Worship that the notice to quit had been served in accordance with the regulations. The case was dismissed on that ground.3


Research Note: His next of kin, at the time he enlisted in WWII, was Helen PASK - it is not sure whether this is his mother, or his wife.1

Sources of Information:

  1. [S4935] Website National Archives of Australia (http://www.naa.gov.au/: ) http://www.ww2roll.gov.au/Veteran.aspx
    Service Record
    Name PASK, VICTORY GORDON DONALD
    Service Australian Army
    Service Number QX11468
    Date of Birth 14 Nov 1918
    Place of Birth COOKTOWN, QLD
    Date of Enlistment 5 Aug 1940
    Locality on Enlistment RAVENSWOOD, QLD
    Place of Enlistment TOWNSVILLE, QLD
    Next of Kin PASK, HELEN
    Date of Discharge 15 Nov 1945
    Rank Corporal
    Posting at Discharge 2/34 TRANSPORT PLATOON
    WW2 Honours and Gallantry None for display
    Prisoner of War No.
  2. [S6] Teresa & Stuart Pask's Guesses, Theories and Speculations: Based on date & location.
  3. [S4943] Website Trove Digitised Newspapers (http://trove.nla.gov.au: ) IN THE COURTS. (1946, August 6). Queensland Times (Ipswich) (Qld. : 1909 - 1954), p. 6 Edition: DAILY. Retrieved September 14, 2015, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article118374928

Vera PASK née ?1

#17766
Last Edited=29 Jan 2015
     Vera married Donald PASK, son of Joseph PASK and Martha EDWARDS, before 1942 in Australia.1
In 1942, prior to his enlistment in WWII, Vera and Donald lived in South Bundaberg, Queensland, Australia.1
She was stated as the next of kin when her husband Donald enlisted in WWII on 27 October 1942 at Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.1

Sources of Information:

  1. [S4935] Website National Archives of Australia (http://www.naa.gov.au/: ) http://www.ww2roll.gov.au/Veteran.aspx
    Service Record
    Name PASK, DONALD
    Service Royal Australian Air Force
    Service Number 79338
    Date of Birth 28 Jan 1906
    Place of Birth KILCOY, QLD
    Date of Enlistment 27 Oct 1942
    Locality on Enlistment SOUTH BUNDABERG
    Place of Enlistment BRISBANE, QLD
    Next of Kin PASK, VERA
    Date of Discharge 14 Nov 1945
    Rank Leading Aircraftman
    Posting at Discharge 48 Operational Base Unit
    WW2 Honours and Gallantry None for display
    Prisoner of War No.

Maisie HARDMAN1

#17770
Last Edited=31 Jan 2015
     Maisie married Arthur Raymond PASK, son of Arthur James PASK and Elsie May WATKINS, in Australia.1
On 13 November 1943, at the time of the birth of their son, Maisie and Arthur lived at 40 Invermay Road, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia.1

Child of Maisie HARDMAN and Arthur Raymond PASK

  • Geoffrey Raymond PASK1

Sources of Information:

  1. [S4943] Website Trove Digitised Newspapers (http://trove.nla.gov.au: ) Family Notices. (1943, November 17). Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900 - 1954), p. 2. Retrieved January 1, 2015, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article92643038

Melva Catherine LARKINS1

#17771, b. 1916, d. 1973
Last Edited=31 Jan 2015
     Melva Catherine PASK was born in 1916. She was the daughter of Timothy & Mary Catherine LARKINS née ROBINSON.2
Melva married Arthur Raymond PASK, son of Arthur James PASK and Elsie May WATKINS, circa 1950 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.1
In the 1954 Electoral Roll, Melva was listed as living with her husband Arthur at 101 Willsmere Road, Kooyong, Victoria, Australia.3
Melva died in 1973 in Mordialloc, Victoria, Australia.1,2

Sources of Information:

  1. [S5000] Website Ancestry Family Trees: http://trees.ancestry.co.uk/tree/64820711
  2. [S5008] Website Ancestry Australia - Deaths 1787-1985 Name: Melva Catherine Pask
    Death Place: Mord, Victoria
    Age: 57 Father's Name: Timoth Larkins
    Mother's name: Mary Cather Robinson
    Registration Year: 1973
    Registration Place: Victoria
    Registration Number: 29358
    Estimated Birth Year: abt 1916.
  3. [S5003] Website Ancestry: Australia, Electoral Rolls, 1903-1980.

David William RICHMOND1

#17772
Last Edited=13 Dec 2018
     David William RICHMOND was born. He was the youngest son of Mr & Mrs C.L. RICHMOND.1
David married Winifred Mary PASK, daughter of Arthur James PASK and Elsie May WATKINS, on 15 February 1946 in Paterson Street Methodist Church, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia. The marriage was reported in The Examiner, Launceston, Tasmania on 19 February 1946, it read:
RICHMOND-PASK A slim fitting trained frock of white chantilly lace over satin, with long sleeves, was worn by Winifred Mary Pask, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pask, Newstead, for her marriage at Paterson St. Methodist Church on Friday to David William Richmond, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Richmond, Devonport. The bride was given away by her father and the ceremony was performed by Rev. N. H. Pask, brother of the bride. The bride carried a bouquet of water lilies and gladioli. Her net veil was held in place by a coronet of orange blossom. A frock of self-figured cloque, the full skirt of which was gathered into a long cross-over bodice, was worn by the bridesmaid. Miss Phyl Spaulding. She carried a bouquet of mauve and deep purple gladioli and wore a matching spray in her hair. Mr. Allan Richmond. brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Miss Sybil Brownrigg sang "For the Years to Come." When Mrs. Pask received guests at the Lounge she wore a frock of satin back crepe in a redwood shade, relieved at the neck with gold lame, and a spray of autumn tinted gladioli pinned to a natural fox fur. Her hat and accessories were black. Mrs. Richmond wore a smart blue suit with silver fox fur, black hat and accessorles and a shoulder spray of red carnations. When leaving for the honeymoon, which is being spent in Melbourne, the bride wore a smart blue check suit with white silk embroidered blouse. Her hat and accessories were black. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Richmond will live at Flinders Island.1

Sources of Information:

  1. [S4943] Website Trove Digitised Newspapers (http://trove.nla.gov.au: ) RICHMOND-PASK. (1946, February 19). Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900 - 1954), p. 6. Retrieved September 22, 2014, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article92685631