Name: Sir Francis Henry DRAKE
Francis with two of his brothers, Joseph and Bampfield, his wife Mary and their son, James, then six years old (1733) came to America from England in 1733 and first settled in Surry County, Virginia.
His brothers Joseph and Bamphylde, Jr. were scalped by Indians (they left no issue). At the same time James, son of Francis, was captured by the Indians. For a large reward, he was delivered to his father by friendly Indians.
Later, while prospecting in Austin Sledges in the woods near where his brothers had been killed, Francis was shot at by Indians. Being disgusted with this section of the country, he moved his family to Edgecombe County, now Nash County, North Carolina. There he was granted a tract of land - 2000 acres of which was in Swift County. He and his wife Mary were buried near Drake's Bridge, Swift Creek, Nash County, North Carolina.
This Francis Drake is not to be confused with Francis Drake, son of Richard who owned land in Orange and Chatham Counties in NC.
Marriage 1 Mary BUCKINGHAM
Benjamin DRAKE b: 10 JUN 1742 in Loudoun County, VA
Nadine Heppell firstname.lastname@example.org
Alice Drake died Jan 26 1875
61 – 7 – 25 ( my note:this is age in years, months, days)
Enos Drake died July 8 – 1845
71 – 10 – 5
This is recorded in the family bible (which I have in my possession) of Martha JONES DANIEL (1833-1912), wife of Fenton L. DANIEL (1827-1870) who were residents of Morgan Co., OH I would like to know the connection of Enos DRAKE to this DANIEL family.
Name: Enos DRAKE
Birth: 3 SEP 1775 in Loudoun County, VA
Death: 8 JUL 1847 in Pennsville, Morgan County, OH
Enos was an over-the-mountain preacher. This was a preacher who took to the rural areas preaching the gospel. He is listed on the attendance records in the Ebenezer Baptist Church, Bloomfield, Virginia, April 1804, April 1806, August 27, 1808, December 1811, and September 1818.
Enos served in the War of 1812. He served in Captain Benjamin Grayson's company, 2nd Battalion, 57th Regiment, Class No. 1.
According to James Watts Drake, son of Enos Drake, obituary:
"In 1813 Enos came from Virginia to Ohio and in a few years moved back to Virginia. In 1819 he came to Ohio and settled in Belmont County and in 1825 came to Morgan County and settled in Penn Township." (Morgan County Herald and Democrat, February 18, 1895)
Father: Benjamin DRAKE b: 10 JUN 1742 in Loudoun County, VA
Mother: Rachel DAVIS
Marriage 1 Jane DANIEL
Married: 25 SEP 1800 in Loudoun County, VAChildren
Elizabeth DRAKE b: 23 JUL 1805 in Loudoun County, VA
Harmon David DRAKE
Clenton Daniel DRAKE
James Watts DRAKE
John Stewart DRAKE
***** David Benjamin DRAKE b: 5 AUG 1822 in Belmont County, OH
Lydia Jane DRAKE
2. Benjamin DRAKE was born 10 JUN 1742 in Loudoun County, VA, and died 15 MAR 1827 in Loudoun County, VA. He was the son of 4. Sir Francis Henry DRAKE and 5. Mary BUCKINGHAM.
3. Rachel DAVIS.
Child of Rachel DAVIS and Benjamin DRAKE is:
1. i. Enos DRAKE was born 3 SEP 1775 in Loudoun County, VA, and died 8 JUL 1847 in Pennsville, Morgan County, OH. He married Jane DANIEL 25 SEP 1800 in Loudoun County, VA, daughter of David DANIEL and Jane UNKNOWN.
Ahnentafel, Generation No. 3
4. Sir Francis Henry DRAKE.
5. Mary BUCKINGHAM.
Child of Mary BUCKINGHAM and Sir Francis Henry DRAKE is:
2. i. Benjamin DRAKE was born 10 JUN 1742 in Loudoun County, VA, and died 15 MAR 1827 in Loudoun County, VA. He married Rachel DAVIS 1774 in Loudoun County, VA.