Drakes at war - Drake individuals

Drake details
Abraham (N. H.). Lieutenant-Colonel of Volunteers 6 weeks; mentioned as at Winter Hill in 1775; Colonel New Hampshire Militia in 17761777. (Died 1st August, 1781.)
Charles Charles Drake was in the Civil War and was wounded in a battle near the Missouri/Arkansas border. A family story has it that being only 15 when he enlisted, he put the number 16 in his shoe so he could say he was "over" 16. Charles was born in 1847 and died in 1914. If you ever run across anything about this fellow or his parents, please let me know. Jim Rumbolz
Dan 18 Jun 1892 B - World War 1 Registrants - Jefferson Co., MS
George Augustus descendant of Thomas and Anne Griffith Drake of Isle of Wight (1670s-1750ish) - was in the 43rd North Carolina Infantry, was at Gettysburg, and in the Shenandoah Valley with "Jube: Earley in 1864. Paul
Isaac N In the winter of 1864 he enlisted in the Civil War with the Fourth Pennsylvania Cavalry, Company A, as a private. He served until the close of the war in 1865. He later enlisted in the Regular Army, Company M, 3rd U.S. Cavalry. He fought on the Western frontier against Sitting Bull, being in several expeditions against the Sioux and other Indians, under GeneralsTerry, Crook and Custer. In 1878 after serving 12 years he was given an honorable discharge.Joel N. Swink
Jacob (N. J.). Colonel New Jersey Militia, 17761777.
Jacob (Pa). 2d Lieutenant of Hart's Pennsylvania Battalion of the Flying Camp, July to December, 1776; 2d Lieutenant 3d Pennsylvania. 1st January, 1777; resigned 23d November, 1777.
John (R. I.). Lieutenant Rhode Island Militia in 1776.
Joseph (N. Y.). Colonel New York Militia, 17771781.
Joshua (N. Y.). 2d Lieutenant of Malcolm's Additional Continental Regiment, 25th March, 1777; 1st Lieutenant, 24th December, 1777; retired 23d April, 1779; Captain New York Militia, ; taken prisoner at Kanassoraga, 23d October, 1780, and remained a prisoner to 21st May, 1783.
Levy descendant of Thomas and Anne Griffith Drake of Isle of Wight (1670s-1750ish) - was in the 43rd North Carolina Infantry, was at Gettysburg, and in the Shenandoah Valley with "Jube: Earley in 1864. Paul
Phineas (Conn). 2d Lieutenant of Gay's Connecticut State Regiment, June to December, 1776.
William Lambuth 11 Mar 1894 W Hinds Co. MS Jefferson,MS