|Posted on Tuesday, April 08, 2003 - 9:27 am: |
I have been making positive Drake identifications
& family connections for Drake's living in New Jersey; specifically, located within Warren & Sussex Counties during the late 1790's & 1800's.
I am looking for any/all information related to
an Ebenezer Drake, who married a Prudence Sutton
in 1813, Sussex County, New Jersey.
His extended family lived in the hearby communities of Tranquility, Independence, Green/Greene, Allamuchy, Knowlton, Mansfield,
Ebenezer was likely related to other Drake's
named Ebenezer- that lived within this area - or
possibly from the Piscataway, NJ area.
He also had a brother named Joseph, who lived in Pennsylvania.
He had a son named Joseph, that moved to CANTON, Illinois - at about 1850. There are descendants.
Descedants develpoed families in Illinois, New'Jersey, Pennsylvania, Nebraska, Kansas,
Pacific Northwest & California.
|Posted on Sunday, June 01, 2003 - 12:20 pm: |
I have been long searching for the Amy Drake Hamler and her family (Sussex Co. & Warren Co., NJ). I recently found out that "Amy" is most likely "Emma" Drake Hamler. And she had more children than I thought.
Emma/Amy (Drake)Hamler (b. 1821) was married to David Hamler (b. abt 1809-1813, NJ).
Their children were:
1.) Sarah Hamler, b. 1838
2.) Mary E. Hamler, b. 1840
3.) Ebenezer Hamler, b. 1841
4.) Elsie Hamler, b. 1845
5.) Keziah Hamler, b. 1846
6.) Cemantha (Semantha?) Hamler, b. 1848
7.) Napolean Hamler, b. 12 May 1849 in Independence, Warren Co., NJ; married Elizabeth J. Beatty (Jane) 13 Jul 1871.
8.)(TWIN)Amanda Jane Hamler, b. 10 Jul 1851, Independence twp, Warren Co., NJ
9.) (TWIN)Martha Lucilla Hamler, b. 10 Jan 1851, Independence twp, Warren Co., NJ
10.) William McEowen Hamler, b. 04 Aug 1852 in Green twp., Sussex Co., NJ (McEowen was Emma/Amy Drake's mother's surname.)
12.) Phebe Mary Hamler, b. 26 Jan 1854
13.) Vandevere H. Hamler, b. 1855 in Sussex Co., NJ; married to Emma Ackerman.
14.)Redmon Hamler, b. 1859
15.) Marshall Hamler, b. 02 Sep 1861, Green twp, Sussex Co., NJ
16.) Amamda K. Hamler, b. 17 Oct 1862
17.) (TWIN)Albert Hamler, b. 25 Apr 1863, Green twp., Sussex Co., NJ
18.) (TWIN) George H. Hamler, b. 25 Apr 1863 in Green twp, Sussex Co., NJ; married Ida Ackerman, sister Emma Ackerman. Died 1932 in Connecticut.
I believe that David Hamler's father was my GGrandfather's father. My GGrandfather was William H. Hamler, b. Sussex Co., NJ 1802; d. Sussex Co., NJ 1854.
Thanks for any help.
|Posted on Friday, October 17, 2003 - 12:50 pm: |
I'm searching for Elias Drake b. abt.1809 in NJ. He moved to Wayne County, PA. His wife's name first name is Suthana. He had sons namd Peter Archie and Charles. I'm thinking he may have named a son for his father.
|Posted on Monday, April 25, 2005 - 7:03 am: |
Iam searching for the family of Catherine Drake, She married George W. Murry or might be spelled Murray. She was my Grgr Grandmother. She was born about 1822 somewhere in Pennsylvania and according to the Census so where her Parents. She Married George in the 1840's. She lived in Pa. till about 1870 and then Indiana. She had 5 Children, Benj. F., William, George W.,David B.and Mary all born in Pa. William &George died sometime from 1850-1860 in Montgromery County, Pa. If any one knows of this family I would really like to hear from them.
|Kathleen Flanagan Purchase
|Posted on Saturday, May 07, 2005 - 10:24 am: |
A correction to my previous post: it is for sure that David Hamler's wife is AMY Drake Hamler, not Emma Drake Hamler.
Also, new information:
Amy Drake Hamler's father was ADAM DRAKE, b. Bet. 1786 - 1789 in Brandon Twp, Oakland Co, NJ.
Amy's mother was Sarah Boiles/Boyles, b. 1790 in New Jersey; d. 09 Jan 1836, Green twp., Sussex County, NJ .
Adam and Sarah's children were:
1.) Firman/Fermon Drake
2.) Amy Drake, b. Abt. 1822
3.) Lydia Drake
Adam married a second time to Mariah/Maria Lydia Foote, b. 1833 in Michigan. She died in 1909 in Michigan.
Mariah bore Adam Jacob Drake, b. 03 Oct 1853.
|Linda Drake Thursam
|Posted on Wednesday, May 11, 2005 - 1:31 am: |
I have been looking for James Mattison Drake b. 1830. Married Sarah J. abt 1860. Lived in NJ but cannot find any info on who his parents were.
Any help would be appreciated.
|Posted on Tuesday, March 18, 2008 - 10:04 am: |
any info on elijah drake last found in 1850,alligehnie co pa 49yo.
Wife, rhuamma 49,
17yo female, margaret goslin.
1870 ohio elijah is 68. Wife is margaret, 36. several children first born in 1851. appears something happened to his first wife or he plain left with the young girl any info will help
|Daniel D. Drake
|Posted on Sunday, May 25, 2008 - 12:49 am: |
I am trying to do a family tree and need help. A ll I really know is my father, (Lloyd Drake) is originally from Patterson, Nj. His father is the late Lloyd Drake Sr., I believe he was originally from Honesdale, Pa??
Any help is apprieciated.
Daniel Drake, (email@example.com)
|Posted on Monday, April 18, 2011 - 2:23 am: |
I am looking for my ancestors adam drake from new jersey, he was born in 1786 and married lydia allen, he moved to michigan and was in the war of 1812, he died in 1874 in oxford, michigan. any help will be greatly appreciated. he was my great great grandfather.
nelma mckinzie e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
|Posted on Wednesday, August 31, 2011 - 1:30 pm: |
looking for information on mary hamler born in 1840, married to richard bennett, in sussex county new jersey.
|Posted on Friday, December 28, 2012 - 10:45 am: |
Response to Nelma Mckinsie re Adam Drake. Your e-mail address is out-of-date. Adam Drake is my ggg grandfather when he was married to Sarah Boiles in NJ. She was born c 1790 and died in 1836 in Green Township, Sussex Co NJ. They were married 10 Jun 1811.They had 13 children. I have a note that there could be an earlier unknown wife. He married Lydia Mariah Foote in Michigan in 1849. They had 10 children. His pension file at the National Archives includes affidavits from two of Sarah's and his children as to when and where Sarah died. Those statements were in support of support Lydia's widow's pension. Please let me know about Lydia Allen. Thanks, R.D. Woodlock.