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William Drake, quarryman, married twenty-six year-old Annie Eliza Allwoodof Wakebridge on 3 June 1911 at At Mary's Church, Crich. His father was recorded as Honesty William Drake, retired.
1918 Voters List
William Drake, Wakebridge, absent on military service.
3 November 1917
Pte W. Drake, Crich, Wounded
Medal Roll Index Card
Drake, Ernest W. MGC Pte 87629 , awarded Victory and British War medals
Awarded Silver War Badge
Silver War Badge
87629. Pte Drake, Ernest William, Badge 377,282, enlisted 6/12/15; discharged 31/1/18 aged 32 years 12 days; served overseas
|Ernest||Drake||Head||43||Publican||Barrow Hill, Suffolk|
|Caroline||Drake||wife||40||Burton on Trent|
|Ernest W||Drake||son||16||Tramway worker||Burton on Trent|
|Nellie||Drake||daughter||12||Burton on Trent|
|Minnie||Drake||daughter||11||Burton on Trent|
|Florrie||Drake||daughter||9||Burton on Trent|
|Gertie||Drake||daughter||7||Burton on Trent|
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1911: Church View, Crich
|William||Drake||Boarder||26||Gritstone quarryman||Burton on Trent|
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In 1911 William Drake was living with John Worthy and family.