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Our Drake and Crutcher families of Marshall County, Tennessee

compiled by Larry McCutcheon
McCutcheon, Larry (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Hohenwald, Tennessee : L. McCutcheon, 2007
189, 123 p. : ill., geneal. tables, ports.

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Thomas Drake married Sarah. Two of their sons, Richard Drake (ca. 1690-ca. 1759) and James Drake (1725-1791), emigrated from England to America. Richard married Margaret Bustin and settled in Virginia. They had eleven children. James married Hartwell Hodges in 1767. They had seven children and lived in North Carolina. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in North Carolina, Tennessee and Texas.

Larkin Crutcher was born in 1772 in North Carolina or Virginia. He married Julia Pratt, daughter of John Pratt, in 1812 in Williamson County, Tennessee. They had nine children. He married Amelia Mildred Clark, daughter of Jesse Clark, in 1827. They had eleven children. He died in 1861 in Robertson County, Tennessee. Ancestors, descendants and relatives lived mainly in Tennessee.

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