|Posted on Tuesday, January 01, 2008 - 8:05 am: |
Samuel A. Drake b. NJ 1805 m. Mary Ann Compton in 1828 in NJ
[DNA shows his connection to Captain Francis Drake of New England]
Their son, Joseph Cullen Drake b. 1834 in Monmouth Co NJ m. Martha Palmer
b.1838 Iwerneminster, Dorset, England in Macoupin Co. IL
Their son, Samuel Palmer Drake b. 1859 Macoupin Co. IL m. Nellie Emily
Putnam b. IL 1865 in Hamilton Co. TX
Their son Joseph Lawrence Drake
is the father of Beth Drake Williamson
(admin has email address)
|Posted on Sunday, March 02, 2008 - 10:44 am: |
My only known Drake ancestor is Mary Ann Drake. Mary Ann was born March 8, 1826 in OH. (Possibly Monroe Co. OH)
Mary Ann married James A. Blair, son of Ezekial and Sarah Allen Blair in Monroe Co., OH. Mary Ann died 27 Jan 1909 in Jefferson Co., NE.
I have a great deal of James A. and Mary Ann Drake Blair information. Names of children, places of residence, etc.
I have sought information about Mary Ann for 14 years. Would appreciate ANY help. Nancy Burke
|Posted on Tuesday, March 18, 2008 - 1:12 pm: |
Francis Berchard Drake was born 1809 in New York, but I do not know which county. He married a woman named Nancy A. Drake (maiden name unknown). Their son was Robert B. Drake, but I can find no information on him. He marred a Georgia Fay Hardeman (b. 1857, d. 10 April 1923). Their son, Robert Francis Drake (my paternal grandfather), was born 13 Dec. 1881 and died 15 Feb. 1973. I would appreciate any information on Francis B. Drake or Robert B. Drake.
|Posted on Sunday, June 03, 2012 - 5:09 pm: |
All the comments above made me rmbeemer how many IKEA kitchen items I actually have. Magnetic knife holder love it! And of course the Grundtal wall rail that is great too. My favorite little frying pan is from IKEA also. But the absolute favorite which I cannot believe nobody has mentioned yet is the cheese grater (looked it up and it is called the CHOSIGT). Comes with 2 storage containers which you grate into, and the containers have rubber on the bottom so they don't slip on the counter. LOVE this item and would never be without one!