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My line of Tasker's came from New Hampshire,to the Jackson,Monroe, Maine area,then on to Dixmont.Where my Greatgrandfather,Alonzo had a long lumber mill and a shingle mill.he was married to Sultana (Tasker).yes some where along the line they were distant relative's.One of there children is my Grandfather Wilbur Alonzo Tasker born in 1875.He married Jennie E Allen of Dixmont.My dad was Ernest Wilbur Tasker.
Apr 01, 2006 · Reply
my family is william h.tasker he is my g-grandfather he married iad rachel smith tasker his father is james w. tasker he marriedmary a. wilson tasker 2 wife is ellenlora j. shrout tasker can anyone help me with this my e-mail is [contact link] thank you. 304-789-6766 cheryl a. tasker sypolt
Jan 22, 2007 · Reply
my name is jesica [external link] father is auril tasker his father was auril tasker married to a starr (small) tasker,my great-great granddad also auril tasker married a margorie (stevens) tasker this is all i have plzz help if any one knows anything.oh i am related to the football player steve tasker he was a cousin of mine so plzz e-mail me at [contact link]. thnks ahead of time.
Mar 08, 2007 · Reply
My little Tasker Family were from Banbury, Oxford, England. William Tasker married a Sarah Ann Barrett and together they had 17 children. 5 were born in England, which were Mary Charles, William, Thomas & James. They came to Australia on the Forest Monarch 1858 from South Hampton. Sarah married William in 1847, Neibington, Surrey, London.
William Tasker's Mother was a Sarah Banwell and she died 1857 along with her youngest son Henry who was about 14years old at the time. So I guess William decied that he would bring his little family out to Australia, maybe the prospect of a new land with new opportunities and a chance to be better off. For whatever reason they moved here they settled in Bombala, New South Wales and died there. Many of the children still live in this area, but some have moved away to other parts of the country.
Mar 27, 2007 · Reply