|Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment)||47878||13th Battalion|
In 1918 George was living in Whatstandwell where he married Alice Shipley Flint, sister to Joseph Bertram Flint.
St Mary's Church Marriage Register
8 June 1918: George William Pask, 21, Farm labourer now serving with HM Forces, residing Whatstandwell (son of John Henry Pask, farm labourer) married Alice Shipley Flint, 21, residing Whatstandwell, (daughter of Samuel Richard Flint, quarryman). Witnesses Annie Flint and Stanley Flint.
Army Service Record
George William Pask, of Styrrup, Bawtry, Yorks aged 18, horseman, attested 10 December 1915. Height 5ft 4½, next of kin Henry John Pask, father, Styrrup.
5/8/16 to 29/9/17 France
30/9/17 to 7/8/19 Home
24/9/17 gunshot wound to right eye, admitted General Hospital at Le Treport.
British War medal.
Discharged 7/8/19 with Silver War Badge.
He was awarded the Victory and British War Medals.
Silver War Badge
490902 Pte George William Pask, Labour Corps; Badge B276599; enlisted 10.12.15 discharged 7.8.19; wounds
1901: Styrrup, Notts
|John H||Pask||Head||27||Farm horesman||Hodsock, Notts|
|Maria J||Pask||wife||28||Clayworth, Notts|
|Florence M||Pask||daughter||5||Styrrup, Notts|
|George William||Pask||son||3||Everton, Notts|
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1911: Styrrup, Notts
|John Henry||Pask||Head||38||Farm horesman||Hodsock, Notts|
|Maria Jane||Pask||wife||39||Clayworth, Notts|
|George William||Pask||son||13||Farm labourer||Everton, Notts|
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