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Martin Critchley
Posted on Saturday, April 05, 2008 - 1:33 am:   

Moses DRAKE was born in 1804. He was a son of John DRAKE (stonemason) and his wife Mary, of Bradford, Yorkshire, England.

Moses DRAKE became a stonemason, and moved between Bradford and Halifax in Yorkshire

In 1831 Moses DRAKE married Harriett Robinson.
They had at least one child:
John DRAKE born 1832/33 who died in infancy

Moses DRAKE’s 2nd? Wife was Mary Hitchin of Halifax Yorkshire
They had at least three children:
Frederick Drake bn 1838 Halifax, Yorkshire
Francis Drake bn 1840 Halifax, Yorkshire
Thomas Drake bn 1843 Halifax, Yorkshire

Moses DRAKE’s 3rd? wife was Hannah Turner.
They had at least 2 children:
John DRAKE born 1844 in Halifax
Frederick DRAKE born 1848 in Bradford

Is anyone else researching this Drake family tree, and would like to exchange any further information?
Martin Critchley
Posted on Wednesday, March 04, 2009 - 7:49 am:   

Additional information to my previous enquiry re MOSES DRAKE, is that Mary Hitchen died in 1843 a few months after THOMAS DRAKE was born.

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Martin Critchley
Posted on Saturday, June 19, 2010 - 3:31 am:   

In 1860 Frances (Fanny) DRAKE (born 1840)daughter of Moses & Mary DRAKE, married Hodgson DUCKWORTH at Bradford, West Yorkshire, UK
Posted on Friday, June 01, 2012 - 10:16 am:   

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