Drake family related Surnames Databases
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Drake family related Surnames Databases
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Robert Drake Baltimore
From: R.E.Baltimore
Date: Sunday, December 31, 2000 11:10 AM

Well heres what I have off the top of my head. My sons' name is Robert Drake Baltimore. He is named for me and my mother Frances Maillard( french for drake or duck.) All thru our tree is the names Robert, Francis or Frances, and Drake. My mother is related to a family branch who lived in Guernsey, most notable were the editor of the comet, a minister, and one William Job Maillard. As stated in the book Victoria Cross at Sea by John Winton 1978 was the only medical officer to win a victorian cross at sea in the crimean war. He is documented in royal navy archives and in books as being an ancestor of the drake family. This has been passed to me by both word of mouth and written documents. Our family can be well documented due to the fact that the first prime minister of England and Victor Hugo are also related. If you want copys of documents let me know.
From: Barry Mather
Date: Sunday, 9 May 2010 6:43 PM

Ref the posting from RE Baltimore Dec 31 2000. William Job Maillard was born in the village of Banwell in Somerset 10th March 1863 and was the son of the local Methodist Minister. He died in Bournemouth at the age of 40 and is buried in Wimbourne Rd Cemetery Bournemouth.