|Posted on Friday, March 05, 2004 - 5:26 am: |
Does anyone have further info on links between Drakes and Yeo's -I have a connection to Robert Yeo who married Margaret/Mary? Gifford- grandaughter of Elizabeth Drake (who was the niece of Sir Francis) I would like to check this information and to know more of this link and any others between the families.
|Posted on Monday, March 08, 2004 - 8:07 am: |
Hi there Cas and thanks for the message.
WITH THE DRAKES:
The best thing to do is join Bill Olivers great email Drake List. Instructions are at;
This is a discussion area for anyone who has an interest in the surname DRAKE
and it's many spelling variations. If you are interested in exchanging information on
your DRAKE ancestors or ask questions about them - this is the place for you.
Cyndis list at;
It is huge and is dedicated to EVERYTHING genealogy.
The other thing to do is join the Yeo mail List. Instructions are at;
This is a discussion area for anyone who has an interest in the surname YEO
and variations .
This may help you in your quest,
|Posted on Friday, June 30, 2006 - 10:14 am: |
For a Drake-Yeo link check out my web-site concerning the Drake family of Barnstaple, in county Devon, England: The Drakes of Barnstaple http://users.tpg.com.au/mcbei/barnstapledrakes/
The primary purpose of the web-site is to publish material relating to the individuals listed below, from Henry Drake in a paternal line of descent:
Henry Drake (d. 1688), Mayor of Barnstaple in 1679; married (1) Marie Ley (née Bayley) (2) Anne Noyes (née Yeo) (1647 - 1719)
John Drake (1682/3 - 1712/3); married Christian Hacche (b. 1684)
John Drake (1710 - 1770); married (1) Anne Gregory (2) Jane Harwood
Henry Drake (1745 - 1806); married Anne Hammett (1747 - 1822)
Richard Drake (1786 - 1853); married Frances Sarah Lee (1791 - 1849)
Information regarding all the individuals, except the last one (Richard Drake), have been up-loaded. Much of the information so far on the web-site from Henry Drake (d. 1688) to Henry Drake (1745-1806) uses as a principle source the publication Devonshire Notes and Notelets, principally genealogical and heraldic by Sir William Richard Drake (London: privately printed c.1878). The information regarding Richard Drake (yet to be up-loaded) is mostly the product of original research.