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notelet about Richard Drake, of Esher in Surrey.

Drake, William Richard Sir

notelet about Richard Drake, of Esher in Surrey.

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Heathiana: notes genealogical and biographical of the family of Heath, especially of the descendants of Benjamin Heath, D.C.L., of Exeter by William Richard Drake (Book) 7 editions published in in English and held by 28 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.

Henry Drake came from co. Devon (per the Surrey Herald's Visitation) and died in Sources ↑ Drake message board post ↑ See the extended footnote in Surrey Archaeological Collections, Volume 7, Partspp. Visitations of Surrey, ed. Bruce Bannerman, Harleian Soc. 43 (), p.Drake. He bequeaths to "my Nephewe, William Drake's second sonne, John Drake Tenn poundes, to be payde him at twelve yeeres of age" (Sir William Richard Drake, "A Notelet about Richard Drake of Esher," in Devonshire Notes and Notelets, Principally Genealogical and Heraldric (London ) hereafter Richard Drake, pp.will on p.

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