|Posted on Thursday, November 18, 2004 - 9:19 pm: |
Subject: [DRAKE] Hines Drake of NC
Date: Wednesday, 17 November 2004 12:37 PM
I have to continue as a lurker until school is out in December, but I
the following on Hines Drake.
Jane Drake Brody
ESTATE RECORDS OF EDGECOMBE COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA 1730-1820
p. 83 DRAKE, LAZARUS, inventory taken by William Drake, admr., Aug.
1804. Account of sale by the admr., June 15, 1804, Aug. Ct. 1804.
current with the admr. Legacies were paid to Jesse Drake and to Ann
Marley, May Ct. 1806. Division of money arising from the estate
among the heirs according to the will. There sis heirs but one,
had died, and infant, and the estate was divided among the other five
claimants, to wit, William Drake, the heirs of Sally Gardner, David
Hines Drake, and Drury Drake. The share of Sally Gardiner, decd', was
divided among her four children, namely, Jesse Gardner, John Gardner,
Lazarus Gardner, and Patsey Causey, June 25, 1806, Aug. Ct. 1806.
MARRIAGES OF ORANGE COUNTY, NC FROM 1780 TO 1850
DRAKE, Hynes CRAWFORD, Nancy 13 NOV 1817
|Posted on Sunday, June 10, 2018 - 8:17 am: |
I think that the “infant” is my Great great great Grandfather, Eason C. Drake. Is there any way to find out? He is rumoured to be Jesse’s half brother. I ha e DNA on my father on Ancestry. It would be wonderful to have this information. I’ve never been able to find his parents and it’s been a brick wall!