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Drake Letters Index 93. Louisa to Maria Drake 18 February 1856 ◄ ● ► 95. Drake to John and Maria Drake 23 February 1856
The Drake Letters
 
Trewman's Exeter Flying Post or Plymouth and Cornish Advertiser (Exeter), 21 February 1856
        HER Majesty has conferred on Deputy-Commissary-General Drake, now serving in the Crimea, the honour of “Commander of the most honourable Order of the Bath.” The gallant officer is son of Commissary-General Drake, who resided for several years at Dawlish.
 
[Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post or Plymouth and Cornish Advertiser (Exeter, England), Thursday, 21 February 1856.]
 

 
WH Drake Journal
 
Feby. 23. Fine morning but blowing very fresh. Wrote to E. M. White, 1 Webb, 2 D.C.G. Smith C.B., 3 C.G. Adams C.G. 4 about Treasurer’s transfer & C.B.ship
 
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Footnotes
 
1. Henry’s cousin and brother-in-law, Edward Marshall White.
 
2. ACG George Joseph Webb.
 
3. DCG John William Smith.
 
4. DCG George Adams.
 
 
 

 
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Drake Letters Index 93. Louisa to Maria Drake 18 February 1856 ◄ ● ► 95. Drake to John and Maria Drake 23 February 1856