JOSHUA DEAKE FAMILY
ABA. JOSHUA DEAKE
Joshua Dake, oldest son of Dr. John and Hannah Foster Deake, was born June 18,
1747, in the Town of Westerly, Kings County, Colony of Rhode Island. When a boy
of about fourteen he moved with his widowed mother to the adjacent town of Richmond
were he grew to manhood. Joshua is mentioned in his grandfather Foster's will
that was proved in 1766, the only one of the Dake grandchildren so mentioned.
Joshua was married about 1768 or 69 to Miss Mary Hill, daughter of Ebenezer and
Thankful Culver Hill. (She was born Feb. 27, 1747 at Westerly, R.I.) In a special
census of the Colony of Rhode Island made in the year 1774, one Joshua Deake is
listed as living in the Town of Hopkinton with a wife, son (under 16) and two
daughters (under 16). He was listed again in the 1777 military census of R.I.
as living in Hopkinton, R.I. Joshua Dake moved to Belchertown, Hampshire Co.,
Mass. in 1784, either with some of the Hill's or where the Hills had already moved
to. Records show that he bought a parcel of land from one Asa Hill in Belchertown
that same year. The courthouse at Northampton contains several deed records wherein
Joshua sold or bought land. The first two deeds are in the name of Joshua Deake
but by 1796 he had, like his brothers, changed the spelling of his name to Dake.
On August 27, 1805, Joshua bought a parcel from his daughter- in-law, Thankful
Deake, widow of his son, Ethan Dake who died that year in Windsor, Hartford County,
Connecticut. The Signature of Mary Dake, Joshua's wife, last appears on a deed
dated 1826. On March 10, 1829 Joshua sold some sixty six acres of land to his
son John Dake for the sum of $800 and on the same day leased back the land for
the sum of $400, said land to be his for the remainder of his life. (See Deed
with John Dake: ABAB)
He was listed as living in Belchertown, Mass. in the 1830 census. Joshua's name
last appears in Westerly, RI in 1832 when he sold some eighty seven acres for
$900 to his son John. He was 85 years of age.
Records of the Town of Belcher list the birth of one son Calvin Dake, and it is
entered thus "Calvin Dake, born in 1786, the last child of Joshua and Mary Hill
Dake." There are no other Dake's listed in the Town records.
JOSHUA DAKE FAMILY
CALVIN DAKE FAMILY
ABAA. CALVIN DAKE
Calvin was born on Feb. 11, 1786 at Belchertown, Hampshire Co., Mass. to Joshua
and Mary Hill Dake. About 1809 he married Prudence Abbott at Belchertown,
Hampshire, Mass., she was born in
Mass. in 1788. Have also seen her birth listed as West Springfield,
Erie, Penn.). In the 1820 New York Census he was listed in Preston, Chenango
Co., N.Y. He was listed in the 1825 census in Troupsburg, Steuben Co., N.Y. He died on Sept.
14, 1848, at Troupsburg Town, Steuben Co., N.Y. His wife Prudence Dake, one
daughter Martha E. and two grandchildren were listed in the 1850 census of
New York as living with the Ketchum family in Troupsburg, Stuben, N.Y. Calvin is buried
in the Dake Cemetery on the Marty Gunn farm (1980). Prudence moved to Wisconsin
to spend her last days with her son and is said to be buried on the old homestead
on Dake Lake. There is also an unknown 9 year old Dake child buried at the
CALVIN DAKE GRAVE
Pictures provided by the Painted Hills Genealogical Society.
Joshua Foster Dake
Joshua Foster Dake
Marbury Estoria (Clark)
Joshua was born in 1810 in Belchertown, Mass. to Calvin and Prudence Dake.
Joshua was born in 1810 at Belchertown, Hamshire, Massachusetts to parents
Calvin Dake and Prudence (Abbott) Dake. In
1820 he moved to Troupsburg, Steuben Co., NY with his parents. He was married
to Marbry Estoria Clark at Troupsbury, Steuben, N.Y. in 1834. (She was born
about 1817 in Mass. The daughter of Eleazer and Abigail Clark, she died June 7,
1886 at Rural, Waupaca, WI and is buried in the Rural Cemetery.)
In 1835-38 he moved to Deerfield, Tioga Co., Penn. where he built and ran a sawmill
in 1838 with his partner Jacob Green. In the 1850 census Joshua Dake was listed
as living in Knoxville, Tioga Co., Penn., age 36 with wife Marby (35); Emory (14);
Porter (9); Martha (7); Foster (5); and James R. (1). In 1853 he moved from Tioga
Co., Penn. to Fremont, Waupaca Co., WI. He later moved to Dayton, Waupaca Co.,
WI. (A lady who later wrote a history of Knoxville, PA told a story of how
Marbury had given her mother a spinning wheel because she didn't have room to take
with her on their trip to Wisconsin.) He ran a saw mill with his brother which
is now known as Clarks Mill. When he went on an excursion into the wilderness
country and stayed for some time, his wife Marbury became concerned and sent their
son Foster, then a young lad, to find his father. He learned from one or another
that his father had taken land in the lake region (Chain O' Lakes). He acquired
much land (about 50 acres) between Long Lake and the lake now bearing his name, Dake Lake. He built
a log house near Long Lake and later a house facing Dake Lake, possibly the Quimby
house. In the 1860 census he was listed living in Dayton, Waupaca Co., WI and
was noted to be a "carpenter, joiner", age 56. After his son Veranus Emory Dake
remarried in 1870, Joshua and Marbury took care of his three youngest children. He died on August 27, 1894 in Dayton,
Waupaca Co., WI at the home of his son James R. at age 84 and is buried in the
Rural Cemetery, Rural Co., WI. (Death published in the Waupaca Co. News)
Click here to see a map of Dake Lake in Wisconsin.
Joshua F. Dake, Sr.
ABAAAA. Emory Veranus Dake
Emory was the son of Joshua F. Dake and Marbury (Clarke) Dake, born on July 16, 1836 at
Troupsburg, Steuben Co., N.Y. He also went by the name Valentine Dake. He married
Lydia Drumm about 1854 (a daughter of Anthony and Anna Drum). They had six
children. In 1863, he registered for the Civil War Draft at Leon, Monroe,
Wisconsin and listed his occupation as a Minister. Have not found a record
that he actually served. He remarried to
Alice J. Randall on July 14, 1870. (She was born Oct. 31, 1853 and died Feb. 19,
1923). In the 1876 City Directory of Oshkosh, Winnebago, Wisconsin he and his
wife were listed. He died on January 29, 1905 in Rural, WI and is buried in the Rural Cemetery,
just south of Dake Lake.
Emory Veranus Dake
ABAAAAGA. Pearl M.
ABAAAAA. William E. Dake
William was born about 1856 to Emory and Lydia Dake in Wisconsin
(probably the Rural area) as he was listed in the 1860 census as
living in Rural, Waupaca, Wisconsin. In 1880, he must have
gone back to Pennsylvania. He married Rosalie (maiden name
unknown, at the age of 15. She was born Apr. 1867 in New York
- Also seen this as Pennsylvania) in 1880. In the 1880 Census,
he was listed as a day laborer in Chatham, Tioga, Pennsylvania.
He raised his family in the Westfield, Tioga, Pennsylvania area.
In the 1900 Census he was listed as living at Wood Lake, Burnett,
Wisconsin and La Follette, Burnett, Wisconsin in 1905. Haven't
proven his death location yet but I believe he is the William E.
Dake that died in Chicago on Sept. 19, 1927, as his oldest grandson
(Robert E. Dake) off of son Albert B. Dake's family was also born
there that year.
William E. Dake Family
ABAAAAAA. Ada Dake
Ada was born in July 1883 in Michigan to parents William E. Dake and
Rosalie Dake. In June 1905 she was listed as living in La
Follette, Burnett, Wisconsin.
ABAAAAAB. Willis Leon Dake
times referred to as Willie) was born on Jun 28, 1885 to parents
William E. Dake and Rosalie Dake. By the 1900 Census he was
living with parents in Wood Lake, Burnett, Wisconsin. In the
1910 Census he was in La Follette, Burnett, Wisconsin. and
eventually, in Superior, Douglas, Wisonsin. He married Amanda
E. (maiden name unknown).
ABAAAAAC. Harrison M. Dake
Harrison was born on
Dec. 9, 1887 at Wood Lake, Burnett, Wisconsin. He was listed
in the 1900 census as living in Wood Lake. He married Annie E.
(maiden name unknown). He died on June 14, 1977 at Frederic,
Polk, Wisconsin and was buried at Siren, Burnett, Wisconsin at the
ABAAAAAD. Silas G. Dake
Silas was born in July
1899 in Wisconsin to parents William E. Dake and Rosalie Dake.
I assume that he died as an infant since I found no records beyond
ABAAAAAE. Albert B.
Albert was born on March 3, 1903 in either
Wood Lake or La Follette, Burnett, Wisconsin to parents William E.
Dake and Rosalie Dake. In 1905 he was listed as living with
this family at the age of 2 in La Follette, Burnett, Wisconsin.
By the 1910 Census, he was living in Westfield, Tioga, Pennsylvania.
In 1935, he lived in Rural Ridge, Allegheny, Pennsylvania and by
1940 in Clara, Potter, Pennsylvania with wife Alice. He
married Alice E. Mattison. He died on May 23, 1966 at
Westfield, Tioga, Pensylvania and was buried in the Ulysses
Cemetery, Ulysses, Potter, Pennsylvania.
Albert G. Dake Family
ABAAAAAEA. Robert E. Dake
Robert was born on Dec. 22, 1927 in Cook Co. , Illinois to parents
Albert B. Dake and Alice E. (Mattison) Dake. Between 1941 and
1945, he served in the US Army as a Private in Company A., 185 Engr.
Combat Batalian during World War II. He was married on
Sept. 2, 1935 at Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio (wife's name unknown).
He died Nov. 22, 1969 in New York and is buried at Ulysses, Potter,
Pennsylvania in the Ulysses Cemetery.
ABAAAAAEB. Herbert Leon Dake
Herbert was born on July 31, 1943 at Ekland, Tioga, Pennsylvania to
parents Albert B. Dake and Alice E. (Mattison) Dake. He lived
in Missouri for a while and also Knoxville, Tioga, Penn. He died on
Aug. 3, 1974 at Ekland, Tioga, Pennsylvania.
ABAAAAAEC. Charles E. Dake
Charles was born on May 24, 1947 at Port Allegany, McKean,
Pennsylvania to parents Albert B. Dake and Alice E. (Mattison) Dake.
He served in Vietnam in the US Army. He married Linda Graves.
He died on Oct. 14, 2001 at Wellsboro, Tioga, Penn. (also found
Williamsport, Lycoming, Penn.)
Charles E. Dake Family
ABAAAAAECA. Jamie Dake
Jamie was born to parents Charles E. Dake and Linda (Graves) Dake.
ABAAAAAED. Betty Jean Dake
Betty was born Aug. 24, 1949 to parents Albert B. Dake and Alice E.
(Mattison) Dake. . She died in a automobile accident on Dec.
12, 1965 at the age of 16. She is buried at Ulysses, Potter,
Pennsylvania, Ulysses Cemetery.
ABAAAAAEE. Sandra Dake
Sandra was born to
parents Albert B. Dake and Alice E. (Mattison) Dake.
ABAAAAAEF. Diane Dake
Diane was born to parents Albert B. Dake and Alice E. (Mattison)
Arlene was born to parents Albert B. Dake
and Alice E. (Mattison) Dake.
ABAAAAAEH. Albert E. Dake
Albert was born
to parents Albert B. Dake and Alice E. (Mattison) Dake.
ABAAAAAEI. William Dake
William was born to parents Albert B. Dake and Alice E. (Mattison)
Henry was born to parents Albert B.
Dake and Alice E. (Mattison) Dake.
ABAAAAAEK. George Dake
George was born to
parents Albert B. Dake and Alice E. (Mattison) Dake.
ABAAAAAEL. James Dake
James was born to parents Albert B. Dake and Alice E. (Mattison)
ABAAAAAEM. Donna Dake
Donna was born to parents Albert B. Dake and Alice E. (Mattison)
Harrison was born to parents Albert B. Dake
and Alice E. (Mattison) Dake.
ABAAAAB. Cora A. Dake
Cora was born to parents Emory and Lydia (Drum) Dake about 1844. She died in Feb.
24, 1859 at the age of 15 at Dayton, Waupaca, Wisconsin and is buried
in the Rural Cemetery.
ABAAAAD. Flora A. Dake
Flora was born to parents Emory and Lydia Dake on Oct. 27, 1857 at Deerfield,
Tioga, Pennsylvania. She died Feb. 24, 1859 as an infant.
ABAAAAE. Charles H. Dake
Charles was born on Nov. 26, 1859 at Rural, Waupaca, Wisconsin to Emory and Lydia Dake. He died
on July 30, 1873 at Dayton, Waupaca, Wisconsin. Charles drowned at the age of 12
in Dake Lake. His tombstone
reads "Charles H. son of J.F. and M.B. Dake Nov 30, 1873 age 12 yrs. and 4 days".
He is buried in the Rural Cemetery. While his grave indicated that he was the
son of Joshua F. and Marbury Dake, he was actually the son of Emory Veranus Dake but raised
by Joshua and Marbury Dake.
ABAAAAF. Addison (Addie) Dake
Addison was born to parents Emory and Lydia Dake about 1863.
ABAAAAG. Ulyses Grant Dake
Ulyses was born to parents Emory and Lydia Dake on Nov. 1, 1870 at
Rural, Waupaca, Wisconsin. In 1895, he was listed as
living in Medford, Taylor, Wisconsin and by 1900 in Olathe, Johnson,
Kansas. He died on Dec. 2, 1946 in Sacramento, California.
Ulyses Grant Dake Family
Pearl was born in Wisconsin on Nov. 1893 to parents
Ulyses Grant Dake and Charlotte A. Dake (Charlotte was born Aug. 1871 in
Wisconsin). In the 1900 Census she was living with her parents in
Olathe, Johnson, Kansas.ABAAAAGB.
George O. Dake
George was born on Dec. 1895 in Medford,
Taylor, Wisconsin, to parents Ulyses Grant Dake and Charlotte A. Dake.
In 1900, he was living with his parents in Olathe, Johnson, Kansas.
ABAAAAH. May Dake
May was born to parents Emory and Alice Randall Dake about 1879. She married a
Mr. Greeley. She died in 1899.
ABAAAAI. Viola Emma Dake
Viola was born to parents Emory and Alice Randall Dake in
Feb. 1881. She was married 1898 to William Olson at Springwater, Waushara,
Wisconsin. She later married a Mr. Temple. She later
resided in Chicago, IL She died in 1959 and is buried at Lakeside
Cemetery, Waupaca, Waupaca, Wisconsin.
ABAAAAJ. Myrtle Ivy Daisy Dake
Myrtle was born on Aug. 13, 1884 at Waupaca Co., WI to Emory and Alice (Randall)
Dake. She married Henry Walter Peterson on Jan.30, 1900 at Waupaca Co., Wisconsin
(Also saw Shawano, Shawano, Wisconsin). From 1900 through the census
April 28, 1910 they lived in Saxeville, Waushara, Wisconsin. In the
1920 and 1930 Census she lived in Oshkosh, Winnebago, Wisconsin. She later married John Andrew Haines.
She died on Sept. 12, 1938 at Shawano, Shawano, Wisconsin from a ruptered
appendix and was buried at the Union Cemetery, Waushara, Wisconsin.
ABAAAAK. Pansy Blossom Dake
Pansy was born to parents Emory and Alice Randall Dake on Jan 3, 1886 at
Waupaca, Waupaca, Wisconsin. She married a
Mr. Burrell and later re-married to Frank W. Nelson on Aug. 10, 1904. She resided
in St. Paul, MN
ABAAAAL. Goldie D. Dake
Goldie was born to parents Emory and Alice Randall Dake on Dec. 11, 1892 at
Augusta, Eau Claire, Wisconsin. In the 1900 Census she was living in
Waupaca, Waupaca, Wisconsin. In the 1910 Census she was living in
Saxeville, Waushara, Wisconsin. She married
a Mr. Wooley and they resided in Oshkosh, WI She later married a Mr.
ABAAAB. Robert (Porter)
Robert (Porter) was the son of Joshua F. Dake and Marbry E. Clark born
on May 20, 1840 at Knoxville, Tioga, Pennsylvania. He moved with his family when
he was about 14 to first Fondulac, then Fremont and then to what is now Rural
Waupaca Co., Wisconsin. He lived in the Rural area all his life with the exception
of his time in the service and about four years in Colby, Clark, Wisconsin. In the 1860 census
he was listed as a 20-year-old farmer living in Dayton, Waupaca Co., WI. He
married Harriet Shell on Feb. 11, 1861 at Waupaca, WI, just before he enlisted
for the Civil War. (Not sure what happened to Harriet Shell but she
may have gone by the name Hattie.. A Hattie E. Redfield of Omaha, NE filed a
pensoin claim for her late husband Charles E. Redfield in 1896. She claimed
that she had married Robert P. Dake some time about 1861 but only lived with
him two to three weeks before she deserted him. She found out six years later
that he had remarried but never got a divorce from her.) He enlisted in the Civil War in the Army at Dayton on Aug.
6, 1861 as a private in Company A, 8th Reg., Wisconsin Vol. and was mustered
out of his first term on Sept.16, 1864. He enlisted again at Dayton as a Sargent
on Jan.24, 1865 in Company D., 47th Wisconsin Infantry and was finally mustered
out as a Sgt. on Sept. 4. 1865. On Oct. 2, 1865 he bought 20 acres for $100
from his mother Marbury. On March 1, 1872
he sold 20 acres to his brother Joshua F. Dake, Jr. In 1874-75 he married a
second time on Dec. 2, 1876 to Francis M. Dolph in Colby, Clarke Co., Wisconsin (She
was born May 27, 1854 in Huwran, St. Lawrence, New York and came to Wisconsin from
Potsdam, St. Lawrence, NY with her
parents as a young girl, some time after 1860. On November 25, 1871 she
remarried to Augustus Guynup. She died in October 30, 1918 at Dayton,
Waupaca, Wisconsin and is buried in the Rural Cemetery). After the war he lived in the
log house built by his father for a while and later in a home on Long Lake.
He died on Feb. 10, 1916 at Dayton, Waupaca Co., WI. Much of the information
on this line of the Dake family was provided by James Klug Dake of Waupaca, Wisconsin.
From Series of When Chain o’ Lakes Were
Young by Fred Smith
Robert (Porter) Dake
“Yessir, old George was quite a
fellow, and he got to be like a member of the family. But then, all the help we
had in those days were almost like members of the family. They were with us for
years and years, and we got to think an awful lot of most of them.
girls like Maud Hyatt (Corp. Dake’s daughter), Elizabeth Kreeger, Hattie
Wolfgram, and Alice Codding. They were with Mother so many summers it almost
seemed like they belonged at Locks-ley and she wouldn’t have known what to do
One day while Freddie was off someplace, I was sitting in the
yard, and a car drove in. It chugged to a stop, a man unwound a window, and
poked out his head.
“Is Fred home?” he hollered.
“No,” said I, “but he
should be back any minute. Would you care to wait?”
He got out of his car,
walked over, and settled in a chair.
“Yes, I guess I will,” he decided. “I
don’t get up to The Lakes very often, and when I do, I always like to see Fred.
We’ve had a lot of fun together. A great fellow, Fred, they don’t come any
As he talked the man eyed me quizzically; he seemed puzzled, unsure
of himself. Suddenly he brightened.
“Say!” he exclaimed, “Aren’t you one of
Edwin’s girls? Why sure, that’s it! You’re Ellen. I knew I’d seen you someplace,
“Hmn,” was my astounding contribution. I didn’t know him from a hole
in the ground. My consternation mounted as he began to laugh.
“That’s a good
one,” he roared. “You don’t remember me, do you? And after all the times I took
you and Jeannette skating on these Lakes.
Mental acrobatics were in order. My
mind raced back into high school, and from there, on down through the grades.
But, for the life of me, I couldn’t place the man, and certainly felt the fool!
“Yessir,” her an on, “those were great winters. Your Mother would bundle the two
of you together in a blanket, like a couple of papoose, then I’d put you in an
armchair, and push you around on the lakes.
“When the skating was good, we’d
go lickety-split, and those rides sure tickled you kids. You know both of you
could sing long before you could talk, and you’d always sing then at the top of
“I remember one time when the chair hit a rough spot, and out
you went, and sailed along the ice! It scared the heck out of me of course; I
figured you’d both be hurt. But, when I got to you and picked you up, you were
just winding up the song you’d been singing! The blanket was so thick you hadn’t
felt a thing, and lordy, how relieved I was!”
YOU should talk about being
relieved, thought I to myself; I’M the one, who is relieved. After all, how
could I be expected to remember people I knew before I could talk. I was just
about to say so, in so many words, when Freddie turned the corner of the house.
“Well, Judas Priest!” he bellowed, holding out his hand, “If it isn’t old Edgar
Dake! How are you, Edgar?”
When they promptly forgot me, I knew three was a
crowd, and took my self off with my book. At supper time I returned, and found
Freddie whittling, and alone in the yard.
“So, that was old Edgar Dake,” said
I, slightly on the sarcastic side.
“Yessir,” chuckled Freddie, “that was old
Edgar Dake. I’m glad to see you remember him!”
“Et tu, Brute!” I grumbled.
“What say?” asked Freddie.
“Oh, nothing, Hon.” I sighed. “I’m just being
ornery, I guess. But, for heaven’s sake, tell me, who IS old Edgar Dake?”
Freddie grinned. He’d been teasing me again; I just wasn’t smart enough to know
“Edgar told me you didn’t remember him,” said he, “but then there’s no
reason why you should. You were just a little tyke about three years old, when
he worked for Father at Locksley Hall.
“There used to be a lot of Dakes
around these Lakes, and Edgar was one of Corporal Dake’s boys.
“Now THERE was
a character … old Corporal Dake. My! the stories he used to tell; you’ve never
heard anything like them! Of course you had to take them with a grain of salt,
but it was lots of fun to listen to him tell those tales. And, come to think
about it, maybe it was more fun to watch him.
“He was a great one for acting
everything out, and on top of that, the faces he made were so comical, he had
people from all over, trying to imitate him. I don’t know how true it is, but
they say it was even done in a movie!
“I had to laugh at Edgar this
afternoon. He can mimic his father pretty danged good. The way the old man used
to squint one eye, put his tongue in one cheek and push his face out of shape,
then pull one hand across his nose and mouth, and wipe off the whole expression!
I’ll tell you it was funny to see him do that. Judas! how people used to laugh.
“Of course it went right along with all his stories, and they were funny, too.
I’ll never forget one he used to tell, about a time when he was in the Civil
“I don’t remember where he claimed it happened, but it was down South
some place, and right when the fighting was at its very worst. Some how or
other, he’d gotten lost from his Company, and he’d been wandering in the hills,
all alone, for three days. To hear him tell it, it must have been pretty bad. He
was ragged, and hungry, and right smack in the middle of the enemy’s territory.
“It was on the third day, when he was about to give up, that he caught sight of
a whole squad of Rebs on maneuvers in those hills. I guess all that saved him
was the fact that he was smarter than they were. He was awful weak of course,
but he followed them around; keeping out of sight, and dragging his gun!
“Along about evening, they found an old abandoned house, and decided to camp
there that night. It was backed right up to a (?) made a good hiding place for
old Corporal Dake.
“He said he watched them build a fire outside and get
their supper, and for a while he was afraid he’d faint from want of food. But,
he managed somehow to keep his senses, and they finally went inside to go to
“Of course that was what he was waiting for. In about an hour, when
everything was quiet, he crawled across the yard and found a few pieces of
hardtack and some cold, black coffee. He used to claim it was the best meal he’d
ever had. In fact, he claimed it made him feel so good, he decided then and
there, to capture the whole, blooming squad, and take them in!
“He said he
didn’t waste any time either, once he’d made up his mind. He just crawled around
that house, and picked a spot in the woods that was opposite the old back door.
Then he aimed his gun and fired!
“Of course, I can’t tell it like he could,
but he said about a minute later, he thought all hell had broken loose. The Rebs
woke up, and started running around in the house, and all of them were yelling
“Then he fired again, and that quieted them down, so he could make
“’This is Corporal Dake of the Union Forces,’ he shouted.
‘Throw out your firearms. We’ve got you surrounded.’
“And, by Judas, that was
all there was to it. They threw out their guns and Corporal Dake took them in,
“Tch, tch!” said I. “Not that I like to be a wet blanket, but
I thought you said the man was lost. How come he could march those Rebs out of
the hills? You also said he was in the heart of enemy territory. How did he get
his captives through their own lines? And, what’s more …”
I stopped abruptly,
as Freddie began to chuckle.
“I told you,” said he, “that you had to take old
Corporal Dake’s stories with a grain of salt. Maybe he captured those fellow and
maybe he didn’t, but it was a lot of fun to hear him tell that tale. And, the
faces he made and the motion he went through were certainly something to see.
“Yessir, telling stories was about the best thing the old Corporal did, and it
kept him right busy, especially during the winter.
“I’ll never forget one
time, when a tree fell across his front stoop, late in the fall. It was cold by
then, and the tale-telling sessions had already begun, and do you know he didn’t
get around to moving that tree until spring? No sir! He just used the back door,
the rest of the winter!
“Okay, Corporal Smith!” said I. “That’s enough out of
You! You’re tale telling session is keeping me out of the kitchen. Fortunately
there’s no tree across the door. If we had to contend with both, we’d starve to
death, right here in the yard!”
Edgar A. Dake Family
ABAAABA. Mildred Maude Dake
Mildred was born June 20, 1878 to parents Robert Porter and Francis M. Dolph
Dake at Colby, Clark Co., WI. She married George Hyatt on Oct. 8, 1902 at Long
Lake, WI. (He was born Dec. 27, 1850 at Dayton, Catteraugus Co., NY. He was
later married to Cora Gallup on Oct. 8, 1902. He died on Nov. 17, 1926) They
lived on the site of the McCrossen-Quint store, across from the mill on Main
Street, Long Lake, WI. She later married Morris G. Clough on May 18, 1897. She
died on July 12, 1962 at Dayton, Wisconsin rest home and was buried at the Rural Cemetery.
ABAAABB. Winifred Dake
Winifred was born in Colby, Clarke Co., WI on Aug. 22, 1879 to parents Robert
Porter and Francis M. Dolph Dake. She married Andrew Stenson (1870-1962) on
Jan. 2, 1895. Andrew and Louis Hansen (his brother) came to America from Denmark
and settled in Ashland, WI to work in the logging camps. There were so many
Hansens in camp they had trouble with their mail from home so they changed their
name to Stensen. They came to Waupaca to work on a farm and during the winter
they would go into the north woods to harvest timber. Each married a girl from
that area. When Andrew was 17 years old, in 1922, he moved with his family from
Rural to Oshkosh where he worked at various jobs. First at Paine Lumber company
and then for the road crew for Winnebago County and finally he spent many years
as the custodian for the Masonic Temple in Oshkohs. He retired as the custodian
at the age of 71 and moved to a rented house outside of Ogdensburg, WI where
he had a little land and raised about an acre of cucumbers which he sold to
the local pickle factory. Then his son-in-law, Orlando Hahn, (married to their
daughter Ada) bought a few acres of land in the village of Rural. His son-in-law
provided funds to buy materials to build a small house on this land, while the
other children chipped in to do the work of building the house.. His last years
Andrew and Winnie spent in their little home in Rural, WI. They lived on the
east end of Main Street, west of the Johnknecht house, where they raised a family
of eight children. She died May 28, 1956 at Waupaca, WI and was buried in the
Rural Cemetery, Rural, WI. They had children: Camillie (b. Dec. 4, 1896;
m. George Morey (he was a stone mason and farmer, b. April 18, 1881, d. Jan.
26, 1951; d. May 25, 1965 in Waupaca County), Claire B.(b. May 24, 1898;
m. Blanche Moore 8/22/1917; d. Nov 11, 1968 Rural, WI), Leanord (b. Dec.
31, 1906; m. Virginia Jewson; d. Aug. 2, 1974 Rural, WI), Ada (m. Orlando
Hahn; d. Jan. 1951) , Josephine (b. Nov 28, 1900; m. (1) George Stillman,
(2) Dr. Kulnick; d. Dec. 25, 1945 Rural, WI. Josephine and Dr. Kulnick had a
son Andrew who was later adopted by Winifred and Andrew) , Vance R. (b.
Sept. 24, 1908; m. Elanor Jewson; d. Rural, WI) Wallace (b. Sept 24,
1908; m. Mary Ann Ungerer; d. Aug. 26, 1984 Rural, WI) , and Andrew R.
(b. Feb. 12, 1919; m. Louise P. Malotky 5/9/1943)
ABAAABC. Edgar Addison Dake
Edgar, Son David and Emily (Shirmacher) Dake
Edgar was born to parents
Robert Porter and Francis M. Dake on May 15, 1883 in Dayton Twp., Waupaca
Co., WI. He married Emily Rose Shirmacher on June 15, 1907. (She was born
in 1886 in Wisconsin and died on Aug. 6, 1966 at Oshkosh, Winnebago Co., WI.
Buried at Lakeview Memorial Cemetery, Oshkosh, WI. Her father was Emil Schirmacker).
He met Emma while both of them worked at the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King
WI. About 1910 they moved to Green Bay, WI but about 1915 they moved back
to the Chain of Lakes area. Before 1920 they moved to Oshkosh, WI. Edgar died
Feb. 25, 1953 at Oshkosh, Winnebago Co., WI. and was buried at Lakeview Memorial
Cemetery, Oshkosh, WI.
ABAAABCA. Geneva B. Dake
Geneva was born April 16, 1914 to Edgar A. and Emily Schirmacher Dake at Green
Bay, Brown Co., WI. She married Wallace Holdren on April 11, 1935. (He was born
Jan. 17, 1917). He was a minister among other jobs before he retired to a home
at Spencer Lake, WI. They had children: Janis Lee (b. Nov. 25, 1942. Married Robert
Kroll on Oct. 19, 1968. He was born Jan. 14, 1942), Joanna (b. April 22, 1949.
Married Robert Beck [Killed in Service] and (2) Jim Miller on May 22, 1971).
ABAAABCB. Edgar Dake
Edgar, Jr. was born May 13, 1930 to Edgar A. and Emma Rose Shirmacker Dake at
Oshkosh, Winnebago Co., WI. He married Marion May Felda, Sept. 20, 1947. (She
was born April 6, 1929). Lived near Spencer Lake, Waupaca Co., WI. He is a computer
technician and also a licensed Minister of the Assembly of God Church.
Edgar Dake, Jr. Family
ABAAABCBA. Daniel Lee Dake
Dan was born June 23, 1948 to Edgar Dake Jr. and Marion May Felda Dake. He
married Carole Hembree in 1970 and they divorced some time before 1978. In 1978,
he married a second time to Christine Nichols (She was previously married to a
Mr. McAdams. She was born April 11, 1946). Daniel adopted three children of his
second wife's (Craig, Candice and Carin McAdams). Daniel's occupation is a Lab.
Daniel Lee Dake Family
ABAAABCBAA. Daniel Lee Dake II
Danny was born March 1, 1971 to Daniel Lee Dake and Carole Hembree Dake.
ABAAABCBAB. Thomas Edgar Dake
Thomas was born on Feb. 28, 1982 to parents Daniel Lee Dake and Christine Nichols
ABAAABCBAC. Tiffany Dake
Tiffany was born to parents Daniel Lee Dake and Christine
Craig is the adopted son of Daniel Lee Dake
and Christine Nichols Dake.
Candice (McAdams) Dake
Candice is the adopted daughter of
Daniel Lee Dake and Christine Nichols Dake.
ABAAABCBAF. Carin (McAdams) Dake
Carin is the adopted
daughter of Daniel Lee Dake and Christine Nichols Dake.
ABAAABCBB. Peter Lane Dake
Peter was born March 11, 1956 to Edgar Dake Jr. and Marion May Felda Dake.
He married Pamela Kauffman on May 21, 1975. (She was born Aug. 28, 1956).
Peter Lane Dake Family
ABAAABCBBA. Lila Marie Dake
Lila was born on May 27, 1976 to parents Peter Lane Dake and Pamela Kauffman Dake.
She had children: Dominick Lane Dake, Deon D'Angelo Dake and Davonte' Tashod
ABAAABCBBB. Melinda May Dake
Melinda was born on April 23, 1980 to parents Peter Lane Dake and Pamela Kauffman
Dake. She had children: Natalya Joy, Ravyn May Victoria.
ABAAABCBBC. Amanda Sue Dake
Amanda was born to parents Peter Lane Dake and Pamela Kauffman Dake.
ABAAABCBC. Cynthia Sue Dake
Cyndthia (Cindy) was born Oct. 17, 1959 to Edgar Dake Jr. and Marion May
Felda Dake. She married John Springsteen on Dec. 3, 1978. (He was born Aug. 28,
1952). She married a second time to Hugh Crawford.
ABAAABCC. Etta Loretta Dake
Etta was born on March 13, 1909 to parents Edgar A. and Emily Schirmacker Dake
at Chain of Lakes, Waupaca Co., WI. Dake. She married Rev. Milton Tucker on May
30, 1936. She died in California on March 27, 1970. (96992). They had children:
Duane (b. March 3, 1938), Linda (b. Nov. 24, 1942, married Melvin House) and Nadine
Tucker (married Bill Noble).
ABAAABCD. Bernice Francis Dake
Bernice was born June 16 1910 to parents Edgar A. and Emily Rose Schirmacker
Dake at Chain of Lakes, Waupaca Co., WI. She married Robert E. Seefelt. (He was
born June 16, 1910). He ran a farm and then bought and operated Procknow-Wilburt
Co. in Oshkosh and Fondulac until he retired some time before 1986. Bernice had
a stroke in 1982 and is partially immobilized. They had a daughter Sandra Leah
Seefelt on Feb. 21, 1945. She lived in Oxford, Ohio and is a Professor of flute
at the Miami (Ohio) University. She made her debut at Carnegie Hall..
ABAAABCE. Glen Kenneth Dake
Glen was born on Feb. 10, 1916 to parents Edgar A. and Emily Rose Schirmacker
Dake at Chain of Lakes, Waupaca Co., WI.. He married Marion Wiggins on July 15,
1938. He died Oct, 14 1991 at Tavernier, FL and buried at Lakeview, Wisconsin.
Glen K. Dake Family
ABAAABCEA. Darlene Dake
Darlene was born on June 12, 1939 to Glen K. Dake and Marion Wiggins Dake.
She married Robert A. Cook and lives at Key Largo, FL (2002).
ABAAABCEB. Glen Kenneth Dake, Jr.
Glen Jr. was born Oct. 25, 1959 to Glen K. Dake and Marion Wiggins Dake.
He lives in Naraugyo, FL, near Key Largo, FL (1991).
ABAAABCF. Narieta Bell Dake
Narieta was born March 31, 1926 to parents Edgar A. and Emma Rose Schirmacker
Dake at Oshkosh, Winnabego Co., WI. She marrried Rev. Harold Lloyd Ward. (He
died on Oct. 2, 1982). They had children: Leonard (b. Feb. 13, 1945. Married
Judith Ann Council [b. July 25, 1947]. He is pastor of Oak Grove Assembly of
God, Lufkin, TX), Kelly Martin (b. Feb. 1, 1968) and Michial (b. Feb. 5, 1973)
Ward. In 1986 she was living in Lufkin, TX.
ABAAABCG. David Reinold Dake
David was born March 30, 1922 to parents Edgar A. and Emma Rose Schirmacker
Dake at Oshkosh, Winnabego Co., WI. David's father Edgar was very strict and
would lock David in his room for hours where he was required to read the bible.
This strict religious upbringing was probably what led him to become a minister,
later in life.
WWII he served in the US Army (32nd Division Red Arrow) and saw action in New
Guinea in 1942. He was sent for a rest period to Rockhampton , Queensland, Australia
after fighting in New Guinea. (The
32nd Division was formed with units from the states of Wisconsin and Michigan
and was among the first of seven U.S. Army and U.S. Marine units to engage in
offensive ground combat operations during 1942. The division was among the first
divisions to enter the war and were still engaging Japanese soldiers after the
official Japanese surrender. The 32nd logged a total of 654 days of combat during
World War II, more than any other United States Army division. The unit was
inactivated in 1946 after occupation duty in Japan. According to a Brian Morris
in Australia, David's name is inscribed in St. Christophers Chapel at Nerimbra,
near Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia, along with eight other US service men.
The Chapel was built by US servicemen during WWII. There were sporting events
held near the Chapel and David won the Broad Jump competition and his name was
recorded with seven other contest winners in the rafters of the chapel. There
is a celebration held each year on the 4th of July at this Chapel honoring the
US servicemen.). David came down with Malaria three times while in
the military. He also saw action in the battle of Leyte in the Philippines and
the battle of Luzon.
David R. Dake in Uniform
David R. and Marian Elizabeth (Gedney) Dake
David during WWII
In 1946, after the war,
David moved to the Milwaukee, WI area, married Marian Elizabeth Gedney and worked
as a draftsman. They had three sons and one daughter. One son died as an infant.
Due to his war experience he suffered from what would be termed today as post
tramatic stress symdrome and was finally hospitalized. After he entered the
hospital, Marian and David divorced in 1953. (Marian remarried to Jack Rohan
about 1960 and moved from Milwaukee to Alabama and then to Fort Pierce, FL with
her family of three).
After getting out of the hospital
David remarried to Gail Patricia Blanchard in October 1963 and they had two daughters.
David and family moved to Oshkosh, WI and he worked for Rockwell International
(later the Boeing Corporation) for over 20 years. During this time, he became
a Pentecostal Minister and let his hair and beard grow as long as possible. David
and Gail divorced in 1971. (Gail later remarried) In 2009, David was living by
himself in Appleton, WI and confirmed the above military information but did not
remember the sports competition and his name being recorded in the Chapel.
David when a Pentecostal Minister
David R. Dake
David at home in Appleton, WI
Reinold Dake Family
Christain was born to parents David R. Dake and Marian Elizabeth Gedney on April
9, 1947 at Milwaukee, WI. He was born with a defect in the heart and died when
he was 9 months old on July 17, 1947 in Milwaukee, WI.
ABAAABCGB. Donna D.
Donna was born to parents David R. Dake and Marian Elizabeth (Gedney) Dake on
August 29, 1948 in Milwaukee, WI. Donna married Jim Morris in 1969 in Fort Pierce,
FL. This marriage was later annulled. On December 12, 1976 she had a daughter
Amanda Jean Haskins born in Rock Island, IL. She then married Author (Jamie)
James Worley in 1979 but divorced after 4 years. In 1983 she married Bill Myers
and they divorced in 1990. She still uses the name Donna Myers. Donna works
as a cook, currently lives in Demorest, GA and enjoys doing art work.
A son was born to parents David R. Dake and Marian Elizabeth (Gedney) Dake on
September 9, 1949 at Moline, IL.
ABAAABCGD. Jesse D.
Jesse was born to parents David R. Dake and Marian Elizabeth (Gedney) Dake on
June 30, 1950 at Milwaukee, WI. He moved to Fort Pierce, FL with his mother,
after David and Marian divorced and he has lived there ever since. He married
Helen Enes about 1968 and had a daughter Kelly. Jesse and Helen divorced and
he remarried Janice Smith. Janice and Jessie had a son Mark. His occupation
is in construction as a dry wall and metal stud worker. Jesse currently lives
in Fort Pearce, Forida.
D. Dake Family
Kelly was born to parents Jesse D. and Helen (Enes)
Mark was born
to parents Jesse D. and Janice (Smith) Dake.
ABAAABCGE. Dawn Marie
Dawn was born to parents David R. Dake and Gail (Blanchard) Dake on August 12,
1964 at Oshkosh, WI. She married Greg R. Austin on August 6, 1988. Dawn's occupation
is a silk screen printer for Romo, Inc. in De Pere, Wisconsin. They have no children
and currently live in Suamico, Wisconsin (north of Green Bay, Wisconsin).
ABAAABCGF. Debra Jean
Debra was born to parents David R. Dake and Gail (Blanchard) Dake on July 25,
1965 at Oshkosh, WI. She married David M. Stauffacher on September 14, 1991
and they have one son Tyler David Stauffacher born on September 24, 2002 and
a daughter Sydney Taylor Stauffacher born on January 23, 2005. Debra's occupation
is a self employed media planner/buyer for her company Echo Market Media. They
currently live in Howard, Wisconsin (near Green Bay, Wisconsin).
Robert Adolph Dake
ABAAABD. Grace Dake
Grace was born to parents Robert Porter and Francis M. (Dolph) Dake on Feb.
26, 1876. She married a Mr. Hyatt. She died on Sept. 14, 1941.
ABAAABE. Rae Imogene Dake
Rae was born in Colby, WI in 1881 to parents Robert Porter and Francis M. (Dolph)
Dake. She married Elwin Elsworth. They had children: Reggie, Rita and Elwin.
ABAAABF. Lenna Leota Dake
Lenna was born Aug 16, 1891 in Dayton Twp., Waupaca Co., WI on Aug. 16, 1891
to parents Robert Porter and Francis M. (Dolph) Dake. She married Archiio Dishno
and they farmed north of Mercer, WI (He was stated to be a great deer hunter).
They had children: Gordon, Evelyn, Phillip and Anna Dishno..
ABAAABG. Marbry Dake
Marbry was born in Dayton Twp., Waupaca Co., WI on Oct. 26, 1885 to parents
Robert Porter and Francis M. (Dolph) Dake. She married Robert (Archie) Miller.
They lived in Mercer Lake. They had children: Robert and Ruth. She died May
1960 and was buried Lakeside Cemetery, Waupaca, WI.
ABAAABH. Robert Adolph Dake
Adolph was born in Dayton Twp., Waupaca Co., WI on Aug 20, 1887 to parents Robert
Porter and Francis M. (Dolph) Dake. He married Anna B. Klug.
ABAAABHA. Lucille Bonnetta Dake
Lucille was born on Oct. 4, 1909 at Chain of Lakes, Waupaca Co., WI to parents
Robert Adolph Dake and Anna Bertha Clara (Klug) Dake. She married Jack Pellinger
in 1931 (He died on Aug. 6, 1957 at Oshkosh, WI and buried at Riverside Cemetery,
Oshkosh, WI). They had children: John Howard, Robert James, Patsy and Richard.
She died Aug. 10, 1973 at Oshkosh, Winnebago Co., WI.and buried at Riverside Cemetery,
ABAAABHB. Robert Herman Dake
Robert was born on May 26, 1911 at Weyauga, Waupaca Co., WI to parents Robert
Adolph Dake and Anna Bertha Clara (Klug) Dake. He married Katherine Pellinger
in 1942 at Sheboygan, WI. (She was born March 1, 1909 at Oshkosh, WI and died
on May 5, 1958 at Mercy Hospital, Oshkosh, WI and buried at Riverside Cemetery,
Oshkosh, WI.) Robert served in the Coast Guard during World War II. He was a machinist
at Hudson Manufacturing in Oshkosh. He died Jan 24, 1990 at the VA Hospital, Madison,
WI and buried at the Rural Cemetery, Rural, Waupaca Co., WI.
Robert Herman Dake
ABAAABHBA. Charles Allen Dake
Charles was born on July 13, 1942 at Oshkosh, Winnebago Co., WI to parents Robert
Herman Dake and Katherine (Pellinger) Dake. He married Patricia Ann Tucker on
Jan. 20, 1972. (She was born Dec. 13, 1955. She was previously married and had
a son Carl Eddie Crumley). Patricia and Charles divorced some time before 1986.
He married a second time to Cindy Smith on May 2, 1986. Chuck served in the Military
and saw service at both poles. He is a truck driver by trade but an accident forced
him to retire.
Charles Allen Dake
ABAAABHBAA. Danny Allen Dake
Danny was born on Jan. 27, 1974 at Brandenton, Manatee Co., FL to parents Charles
Allen Dake and Patricia Ann (Tucker) Dake. He married Dawn Wendel (She was born
Danny Allen Dake Family
ABAAABHBAAA. Brittany Nichole Dake
Brittany was born on March 5, 1995 to parents Danny Allen Dake and Dawn (Wendel)
ABAAABHBAB. Britton Ann Dake
Britton was born on Feb. 7, 1976 at Brandenton, Manatee Co., FL to parents Charles
Allen Dake and Patricia Ann (Tucker) Dake.
ABAAABHBAC. Ryan Joseph Charles Dake
Ryan was born on Feb. 3, 1980 at Brandenton, Manatee Co., FL to parents Charles
Allen Dake and Patricia Ann (Tucker) Dake. He married Jean Schlickting.
Ryan Joseph Charles
ABAAABHBACA. Hailey Marie Dake
Haily was born on Jan. 18, 2001 at Oshkosh, Winnegago Co., WI to parents Ryan
Joseph Dake and Jean (Schlickting) Dake.
ABAAABHBAD. Justin Robert Dake
Justin was born May 11, 1984 at Bay Town, Harris Co., TX to parents Charles Allen
Dake and Patricia Ann (Tucker) Dake.
ABAAABHBAE. Brandon Dake
Brandon was born on July 23, 1993 at Neenah, Winnebago Co., WI to parents Charles
Allen Dake and Cindy (Smith) Dake.
ABAAABHBB. Karen Iris Dake
Karen was born Sept. 26, 1946 at Oshkosh, Winnebago Co., WI to parents Robert
Herman Dake and Katherine (Pellinger) Dake.
ABAAABHC. Dorothy Beatrice Dake
Dorothy was born on Sept. 14, 1913 at King, Waupaca Co., WI to parents Robert
Adolph Dake and Anna Bertha Clara (Klug) Dake. She married Merrill Allison Clement
on July 9, 1939 at Oshkosh, WI. (He was born April 26, 1912 at Minburn, IA. He
died on Dec. 25, 1981 in Arizona and was buried at East Haven Cemetery, Phoenix,
AZ). He worked driving big equipment on road construction and in open pit mining.
Dorthy worked in hospitals as a special nurse. They moved to Arizona and New Mexico
area about 1945. They had children: Sandy Karen Clement (Born July 12, 1941. Married
Richard W. Quine) and Lyndia Noreen Clement (Born July 22, 1944. Married George
Hurt). Dorothy died in 1997 in Conifer, CO and was buried at East Haven Cemetery,
ABAAABHD. Cecily Marbary Dake
Cecily was born on Feb. 6, 1916 at Waupaca, Waupaca Co., WI to parents Robert
Adolph Dake and Anna Bertha Clara (Klug) Dake. She married Adolph Potratz on Oct.
29, 1936 at Oshkosh, WI. They later divorced some time before 1946. Cecily and
Adolph had children: James Harland Potratz (born Oct. 4, 1937. Married Faye Leibe)
and Judy Ester Potratz (born Aug. 18, 1942. Married Ralph Stecker). She married
a second time to George Capen on Feb. 14, 1946 at Oshkosh, WI. George and Cecily
had children: Jack Greagory Capen (born May 23, 1948. Married Mary Busse). She
and George were divorced in 1952. She died July 17, 2001 in Fresno, CA and buried
at Kaukauna, Outigamie Co., WI.
ABAAABHE. James Klug Dake
James was born on Oct. 26, 1918 to parents Robert Adolph Dake and Anna Berths
Clara (Klug) Dake at New London, Waupaca Co., Wisconsin. James enlisted in the U S Navy
on Dec.8,1937. A Survivor Of Pearl Harbor attack he attained the rank of Warrant
Machinist. He was aboard the USS Solace, a hospital ship on Dec. 7, 1941. He was instrumental in repairing #4 generator on his ship the USS Phoenix,
after three Navy Yards we unable to do so, allowing the ship to go back in battle
at 100% efficiency and earn six more Battle Stars. U.S Phoenix earned nine battle
stars in all and was eventually sold to Argentina. James was medically discharged
from the Navy on Sept.25,1945. .He married Dorothy Branett in August 1943 at Camden,
New Jersey and they later divorced in 1951. In June 6, 1953 he married Celestia Mable
Margaret Timm at Appleton, Outigamie Co., WI. (She was previously married to Frank Van
Hout in 1959 but he was killed in a motorcycle accident in 1952. They had two
children: James Leroy VanHout (b. 5/18/1947) and Jesse Cornelious VanHout(b. 8/3/1950)
). She died Feb. 25, 2003 at the Veterans Home, Wild Rose, Waupaca, Wisconsin
and buried at the Rural Cemetery, Rural, Waupaca, Wisconsin. After the war he
was a dairy farmer in Greenleaf, Brown Co., Wisconsin and raised a large family.
He was a member of the Disabled American Legion; President of Pearl Harbor
Survivors Association, Wisconsin Chapter II (past Secretary / Treasurer and
Quartermaster), and past Commander of Wisconsin Chapter 9502, Veterans of
Foreign Wars. In 2007 he resided at the King Veterans Home, Pineland Park, Wild
Rose, WI. He died on March 13, 2009 at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Home, Wild
Rose,Waupaca, Wisconsin and buried at the Rural Cemetery, Dayton, Waupaca,
James Klug Dake Family
ABAAABHEA. Donald Harry Dake
Donald was born on May 20, 1944 at Camden, NJ to parents James Klug Dake and Dorothy
Branett Dake. He married Judy Brandt on Sept. 5, 1964. (Her parents were Howard
Brandt and Arlilne Klitzke Brandt). Donald's occupation was a truck driver.
Donald Henry Dake Family
ABAAABHEAA. Dawn Marie Dake
Dawn was born on June 1, 1966 at Appleton Medical Center, Appleton, Winnebago,
Wisconsin to parents
Donald Henry Dake and Judy Brandt Dake. In 2010, she lived in
Appleton, Winnebago, Wisconsin.
ABAAABHEAB. Michael James Dake
Michael was born on Dec. 27, 1968 at Appleton Medical Center, Appleton,
Winnebago, Wisconsin to
parents Donald Henry Dake and Judy Brandt Dake. He married Tammy Lynn
Stahl on October 6, 1990 at Outgamie, Wisconsin.
ABAAABHEAC. Jody Lynn Dake
Jody was born on June 3, 1973 at Appleton Medical Center, Appleton, Winnebago,
Wisconsin to parents
Donald Henry Dake and Judy Brandt Dake. She married James Edward Muten on Feb.
14, 1998. In 1995, she lived in Neshkoro, Marquette, Wisconsin.
ABAAABHEAD. Troy Howard Dake
Troy was born on June 22, 1975 at Appleton Medical Center, Appleton, Winnebago,
Wisconsin to parents
Donald Henry Dake and Judy Brandt Dake.
ABAAABHEB. Leroy James Dake
Leroy was born on May 12, 1946 at Rummel, New Jersey to parents James Klug Dake and Dorothy
Branett Dake. He married Sharon Tetzlaff on June 24, 1964 at De Pere, Brown Co.,
Wisconsin. (She was born on March 18, 1947). Leroy and Sharon farmed for a number of
years near Greenfleaf, Wisconsin, then ran a motel in Iowa along with a PIzza business,
a furniture business in Fondulac, Wisconsin for a few years and on to working for others.
In 2001, they went back into the Pizza business with "Big Daddy's Pizza Parlor".
Leroy James Dake Family
ABAAABHEBA. Jeffrey James Dake
Jeffrey was born Jan. 6, 1965 at Appleton, Winnebago, Wisconsin to parents Leroy
James Dake and Sharon Tetzlaff Dake. He married Jodi Ann Cammonelli on Feburary
28, 1987 at Dodge, Wisconsin (she was born
Nov. 9, 1970). They divorced and he remarried Sue Herman. Jeff served in
the U.S. Navy.
Jeffrey James Dake
ABAAABHEBAA. Nickhole Ann Dake
Nickhole was born on June 23, 1987 at Wild Rose, Waushara Co., WI to parents Jeffery
James Dake and Jodi Ann Cammmonelli Dake.
ABAAABHEBAB. Amanda Kay Dake
Amanda was born on Aug. 17, 1989 at Berlin Hospital, Berlin, Green Lake,
Wisconsin to parents Jeffery
James Dake and Jodi Ann Cammmonelli Dake.
ABAAABHEBAC. Stephann Victoria Dake
Stephann was born on Feb. 18, 1993 at St. Anges Hospital, Fond du Lac, Fond du
Lac, Wisconsin to parents
Jeffery James Dake and Sue (Herman) Dake.
ABAAABHEBB. Donna Marie Dake
Donna "DeDe" was born on June 15, 1966 at Kaukauna Hospital, Kaukauna.
Outagamie, Wisconsin to parents
Leroy James Dake and Sharon Tetzlaff Dake. She married Darren Beachy (he was born
March 1965). They had children: Deanna Marie (b. 1/7/1991); Darrcie Elizabeth
(b. 6/26/1994); and Danniel E. (b. 9/26/1998) Beachy.
ABAAABHEBC. Marcie Lynn Dake
Marcie was born on June 28, 1970 at Kaukauna Hospital, Kaukauna, Outagamie,
Wisconsin to parents
Leroy James Dake and Sharon Tetzlaff Dake. She married John William Hoekstra
on July 28, 1970 at Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin (He
was born on April 1966. They were later divorced). They had children: Derek John
Hoekstra (b. 7/28/1990, Fond Du Lac, WI) and Brooke Alexandria Hoekstra (b. 3/20/1992,
Fond Du Lac, WI). She then married Nathan Lyle Beyer on Oct. 19, 1996 at Chilton,
Calumet, Wisconsin. Nathan works for the Post Office. They had son a Mathias Nathan Beyer (b.
2001, Fond Du Lac, WI) and a son Ethan Leroy Beyer (born Dec. 13, 2002, Fond Du
ABAAABHEBD. Bobby Lynn Dake
Bobby was born on May 21, 1974 at Kaukauna Hospital, Kaukauna, Outagamie,
Wisconsin to parents Leroy
James Dake and Sharon Tetzlaff Dake. She had a son with John Westly Brewer and
he was named Christopher James Dake (born on Sept. 16, 1988 in Fond du Lac,
Wisconsin). She later had a
daughter with Douglas Allen Derksen (He was born on April 29, 1968) named Alexandria
Nickhol Derksen (born on Aug. 16, 1995 in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin).
ABAAABHEC. Larry Bruce Dake
Larry was born March 7, 1949 at Oshkosh, Winnebago Co., WI to parents James Klug
Dake and Dorothy Branett Dake. He married Peggy Wienanat. Larry served in Vietnam
(Long Range Patrol Group). Peggy divorced him while he was in the service. He
remarried Theresa "Terry" Susan Sandin on June 6, 1968 at Appleton, Outigamie Co., Wisconsin. In June 1983
he dropped out of sight.
Larry Bruce Dake Family
ABAAABHECA Lauria Ann Dake
Lauria was born on March 1969 at Combined Locks, Outagamie, Wisconsin to parents Larry Bruce Dake
and Peggy Wienanat Dake.
ABAAABHECB. Christina Dake
Christina was born on June 30, 1974 at Isle, Mille Lacs, Minnesota to parents Larry
Bruce Dake and Terry Sandin Dake. She married Corey James Noaack on Dec. 2, 2000
(He was born 9/24/1978).
ABAAABHECC. Johanna Dake
Johanna was born on Dec. 27, 1975 at Isle, Mille Lacs, Minnesota to parents Larry Bruce
Dake and Terry Sandin Dake. In 1995, she was still living in Isle,
ABAAABHECD. Joshua James Dake
Joshua was born on Aug. 20, 1981 at Isle, Mille Lacs, Minnesota to parents Larry Bruce
Dake and Terry Sandin Dake.
ABAAABHED. Susan Arline Dake
Susan was born on May 11, 1954 at St. Elizabeth Hospital, Appleton, Winnebago,
Wisconsin to parents
James Klug Dake and Celestia Mable (Timm) Dake. She married Dennis Biese on Oct.
12, 1973 at Kaukauna, Outigamie Co., WI. They had children: Jared (b. 8/14/1978);
and Cirtis (b. 8/1/1901). In 1992, they lived in Kimberly, Outagamie,
ABAAABHEE. Daniel Wayne Dake
Daniel was born on May 15, 1957 at St. Elizabeth Hospital, Appleton, Winnebago,
Wisconsin to parents
James Klug Dake and Celestia Mable Timm Dake. He married Patricia Grace Mullen
on July 15, 1977 and they were divorced in 1983. He married Julie Ann Van DeLeygraef on
Aug. 3, 1988 at Waupaca, Waupaca Co., Wisconsin. (She had a child prior to this marriage
Justin Van DeLeygraef born on Aug. 6, 1987 at Appleton, Wisconsin).
Daniel Wayne Dake Family
ABAAABHEEA. Steven Richard Dake
Steven was born on Dec. 15, 1988 at Wild Rose, Waushara Co., Wisconsin to parents Daniel
Wayne Dake and Julie Ann Van DeLaygraff Dake.
ABAAABHEF. Salley Sue Dake
Salley was born on March 19, 1958 at Memorial Hospital, Appleton, Winnebago,
Wisconsin to parents
James Klug Dake and Celestia Mable (Timm) Dake. She married Gerald Getlanger.
ABAAABHEG. John Ray Dake
John was born on May 30, 1964 at Kaukauna Hospital, Kaukauna, Outagamie,
Wisconsin to parents James
Klug Dake and Celestia Mable (Timm) Dake. He married Heide Desotells on Aug 2, 1976
at Waupaca, Waupaca, Wisconsin.
(She was born on April 17, 1964 and was previously married to a Mr. Lamalin in
1982. They had a daughter Brandi Lee (b. 7/23/1983) and later divorced). John
served in the U.S. Air Force and took an early out for the convenience
of the government. He lives in the Waupaca area.
John Ray Dake Family
ABAAABHEGA. Felicia Dake
Felicia was born on July 7, 1987 at Blytheville AFB, Arkansas to parents John
Ray Dake and Heide Desotelle Dake.
ABAAABHEGB. Darci Dake
Darci was born on Aug. 15, 1991 at Waupaca, Waupaca Co., Wisconsin to parents John Ray
Dake and Heide Desotelle Dake.
ABAAABHEGC. Jerek Dake
Jerek was born on Sept. 26, 1993 at Waupaca, Waupaca Co., Wisconsin to parents John Ray
Dake and Heide Desotelle Dake.
ABAAABHF. Harvey Clayton Dake
Harvey was born on Feb. 16, 1920 at New London, Waupaca Co., WI to parents Robert
Adolph Dake and Anna Bertha Clara (Klug) Dake. He died young on April 20, 1921.
ABAAABHG. Elaine Mildred Dake
Elaine was born on Dec. 5, 1921 at New London, Waupaca Co., WI to parents Robert
Adolph Dake and Anna Bertha Clara (Klug) Dake. She died young on Dec. 28, 1923.
ABAAABHH. Cathern Imogene Dake
Cathern was born Feb. 6, 1925 to parents Robert A. Dake and Anna Klug Dake at
New London, Waupaca Co., WI. She married Robert Brickman and was later divorced.
(Mr. Brickman served one hitch in the Army). She married Robert Colburn in 1942.
(Robert Colburn served one hitch in the US Navy during WWII and another in the
US Army during the Korean War). They had children: Barbara Ann (b. Sept. 28, 1943),
Sherley Kathleen (b. Sept. 7, 1947), Robert Lee (b. April 14, 1948), Michael (b.
July 28, 1955), Liza Marie (b. Aug. 10, 1959), Patrick Allen (b. Oct. 4, 1963).
ABAAABHI. Donald Gladwyne Dake
Donald was born on July 28, 1927 at Oshkosh, Winnebago Co., WI to parents Robert
Adolph Dake and Anna Bertha Clara (Klug) Dake. He died just before his 5th birthday
on June 17, 1932 at Oshkosh, Winnebago, Wisconsin and is buried at the Lake View
Memorial Park in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
ABAAABI. Lloyd A. Dake
Lloyd was born in 1889 to parents Robert Porter and Francis M. (Dolph) Dake at
Chain of Lakes, Waupaca Co., WI. In 1905 he married Ida Hoffman at Dayton Twp.,
Waupaca Co., WI. Lloyd lived in Oshkosh most of his married life. He worked at
Waites Grass Matting as a weaver to supplement the family income. Ida took in
washings. Lloyd worked on his car at Gibsons garage one Saturday and a couple
of days later he died of carbon monoxide poisoning. He died in 1931 at Oshkosh,
Winnebago Co., WI. Ida brought suit against Gibson's but the case was decided
against her. She died in 1976 at Milwaukee, WI and is buried at Memorial Cemetery,
Lloyd A. Dake Family
ABAAABIA. Sterley Dake
Sterley was born Aug. 27, 1911 to parents Lloyd A. Dake and Ida (Hoffman) Dake
at Chain of Lakes, Waupaca Co., WI. He never married. She sang beautifully (like
Crusso). He retired from Oster Manufacturing Co., in Milwaukee, WI. He died
on Sept. 19, 1996 at Milwaukee, WI. He was buried at Memorial Cemetery in a
vault, as is his mother.
ABAAABIB. Roy Porter Dake
|Elaine Elizabeth (Alversan) Dake
Roy was born June 6, 1913 to parents Lloyd A. Dake and Ida (Hoffman) Dake at Oshkosh,
Winnebago Co., WI. He married Elaine Elizabeth Alversan. He died on Feb. 11, 1976 at Oshkosh, Winnebago, Wisconsin.
He is buried at Lake View Memorial Park in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
|Roy Porter Dake
ABAAABIBA. Bonnie Lee Dake
was born on Aug. 3, 1946 to parents Roy Porter Dake and Elaine Elizabeth
(Alversan) Dake. She died in
an automobile accident on November 8, 1964 at Oshkosh, Winnebago, Wisconsin.
She is buried at the Riverside Ceme tery, Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
Christine Louise Dake
Christine was born Dec. 16, 1950 to Roy Dake
and Elaine Elizabeth (Alversan) Dake at Oshkosh, Winnebago Co.,
Wisconsin. She married a Mr. Brand.
ABAAABIBC. Mary Lou Dake
Mary Lou was born to parents Roy Porter Dake and
Elaine Elizabeth (Alversan) Dake. She married a Mr.
|Mary Lou (Dake) Morgan
ABAAABIBD. Trisha Dake
Trisha was born to parents Roy Porter
Dake and Elaine Elizabeth (Alversan) Dake. She married a Mr. Kunz.
|Trisha (Dake) Kunz
ABAAABIC. Raymond Dake
Raymond Dake Family
Raymond was born Oct. 27, 1916 to parents Lloyd A. Dake and Ida Hoffman Dake
at Oshkosh, Winnebago Co., WI. He married Mary G. (last name unknown). He worked
for Borden Dairy in Milwaukee for many years. He died on Oct. 1971 at Milwaukee,
WI. He is buried at Oshkosh Memorial Cemetery near his father and brother Roy.
Also on the same lot is Anna Bertha Clara Klug Dake and one of her sons. Donald
ABAAABICA. Anita Dake
Anita was born on Oct. 30, 1937 to parents Raymond Dake and Mary G. Dake.
ABAAABICB. Calene Dake
Calene was born on March 13, 1939 to parents Raymond Dake and Mary G. Dake.
ABAAABICC. Gary Dake
Gary was born to parents Raymond Dake and Mary G. Dake. He married Susan (last
name unknown). Lives in Muskego, WI (2002).
Gary Dake Family
ABAAABICCA. William Dake
William was born on May 20, 1964 to parents Gary Dake and Susan Dake.
ABAAABICCB. Gary Dake
Gary was born on Oct. 3, 1965 to parents Gary Dake and Susan Dake.
ABAAABICCC. Jennifer Dake
Jennifer was born on May 23, 1973 to parents Gary Dake and Susan Dake.
ABAAABID. Ronald Dake
Ronald was born Feb. 4, 1917 o parents Lloyd A. Dake and Ida Hoffman Dake at Oshkosh,
Winnebago Co., WI. He married Mary Ann (last name unknown). He lived in Milwaukee,
WI. He died June 1969 at Milwaukee, WI.
Ronald Dake Family
ABAAABIDA. Cheryl Dake
Cheryl was born to parents Ronald Dake and Mary Ann Dake.
ABAAABIE. Rita Dake
Rita was born Aug. 24, 1919 to parents Lloyd A. Dake and Ida Hoffman Dake at Oshkosh,
Winnebago Co., WI. She married a Mr. Harding. She married twice and had two children.
ABAAABIF. Infant Dake
An infant was born Aug. 25, 1909 to parents Lloyd A. Dake and Ida Hoffman Dake
at Chain of Lakes, Waupaca Co., WI. The infant died at birth.
ABAAAC. James Riley Dake
James Riley Dake
James was the son of Joshua F. Dake was born on Sept. 29, 1849 at Deerfield, Tioga
Co., Pennsylvania. On September 21, 1864 at Greenbay, WI, he enlisted in the Army for
2 years service in the Civil War. He was a private in Co. E. 13 th
Wisconsin Infantry. When he enlisted he had gray eyes, brown hair and ruddy complexion
and was 5' 3 1/2" tall. He was 18 years old. For a sum of money he enlisted as
a substitute for Isaac Hanna. Isaac was from Lawrence, Waupaca Co., WI and ready
to be drafted. This was an accepted practice to serve for another person. He was
listed on July 15, 1865 as a deserter at Indianola, Texas, taking with him one
Springfield rifle musket (he said this was taken for self protection). (He was
later exonerated and pardoned for desertion in 1895. He was accused of desertion
but in fact the Civil War was over and he felt that he had completed his legal
contractual obligation as a substitute and had just returned home). He was later
disabled due to a rupture from over lifting and received a military disability.
He later received a pension (No. 1180,998). See attached documents of his signing
up as a Substitute
On June 29, 1869 he married Hannah Lawrence in Dayton, Waupaca, Wisconsin (Rev. Woodruff officiating.
(She was born on July 23, 1847 in Montreal, Canada and died on July 21, 1922 in
Dayton, Waupaca, Wisconsin at the Veterans Home. She was living in the Wisconsin Veterans Home at Waupaca, WI in Sept.
1917. She was buried at the Central Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Cemetery, King,
WI). In 1870 they were living in Dayton, Waupaca, Wisconsin and then moved to
Almond, Portage, Wisconsin by 1880. On Sept. 10, 1896 he received a
pension for being invalid while living in Merrill, Wisconsin. He was a
jewler and watchmaker. In 1897 the family was listed as living in Wittenberg, Shawano Co., WI.
He invented a drag line to drag the bottoms of river beds. He died in June 23, 1901
of Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever at Highland, Ada Co., Idaho. He died at the home
of Henry C. Sandlin while prospecting for gold near Sunbeam, Idaho. He was buried
in the cemetery at Boise City, Idaho on June 3, 1901.
James R. Dake Family
ABAAACA. James Edward
James (Edward) was born on Oct. 29, 1872 in Medford, Taylor Co., WI to parents
James Riley Dake and Hannah (Lawrence) Dake. He married Alice E. Stephensen
on Nov. 26, 1893 at Waupaca, WI (She was born in 1872 and died 1958). He was
a partner with is brother Richard as a jeweler and watchmaker in Chipeawa Falls,
WI between 1896 to 1901.
Edward Dake Family
ABAAACAA. Marjorie Dake
Marjorie was born in 1893 at Medford, Taylor Co., WI to parents James Edward Dake
and Alice E. Stephensen Dake. She died on Oct. 8, 1918 in Milwaukee, WI.
ABAAACAB. Alva Dake
Alva was born on July 13, 1894 at Medford, Taylor Co., WI to parents James Edward
Dake and Alice E. Stephensen Dake. She married Marshall C. Graff. She died Feb.
23, 1980 at Appleton, WI.
ABAAACAC. Genevive Dake
Genevive was born on Dec. 6, 1905 at Medford, Taylor Co., WI to parents James
Edward Dake and Alice E. Stephensen Dake. She married Jack Boeheim. She died in
1958 at Medford, Taylor Co., WI.
ABAAACB. Britomarto A. Dake
Britomarto was born on Jan. 12, 1876 in WI to parents James R. and Hannah Lawrence
Dake at Medford, Taylor Co., WI. She married Thomas Alfred Johnson. She died in
Jewelery and Photography
ABAAACC. Richard Maidwell Dake
Richard was born on Oct. 8, 1879 in Medford, Taylor Co., Wisconsin to parents
James R. and Hannah Lawrence Dake. He married Grace Ella Miller on March 6,
1904. He was a partner with his brother Edward (James Edward) as a jeweler and
photographer. His wife's family said there was land available in Alberta Canada
so they moved to Vegerville, Alberta in 1912 and farmed. This farm is still
run (1998) by his son Ted Dake. He died on Sept. 3, 1951 at Vegerville, Alberta,
Richard M. Dake Family
ABAAACCA. Theodore Edward Dake
Theodore "Ted" was born in 1921 to Richard Maidwell Dake and Grace (Miller)
Dake. He was a farmer in Vegerville, Alberta, Canada which was settled by his
father Richard Maidwell Dake. He married Jean Adeline Craig (She was born in 1921
and died in 1998). He is currently living in a retirement home.
Theodore Edward Dake
ABAAACCAA. Timothy Edward Dake
Timothy was born on Feb. 17, 1953 at Vegreville, Alberta, Canada to parents Theodore
Edward Dake and Jean Adeline Craig Dake. He married Faye Paullette Fedoryshen
on April 1, 1978. (She was born in 1959).
Timothy Edward Dake
ABAAACCAAA. Hillary Keely Dake
Hillary was born on July 29, 1982 to parents Timothy Edward Dake and Faye P. Fedoryshen
ABAAACCAAB. Tynell Fielding Dake
Tynell was born on Aug. 1, 1984 to parents Timothy Edward Dake and Faye P. Fedoryshen
ABAAACCAB. Jane Adeline Dake
Jane was born on Sept. 1, 1955 at Vegreville, Alberta, Canada to parents Theodore
Edward Dake and Jean Adeline Craig Dake. She married Douglas Leslie Skinner on
Oct. 30, 1976. They had children: Stephanie (b. 10/13/1974) and Grand Douglas
(b. 08/15/1979) Skinner.
ABAAACCAC. Kurt Ian Dake
Kurt was born on June 1, 1957 at Vegreville, Alberta, Canada to parents Theodore
Edward Dake and Jean Adeline Craig Dake. He married Roxanne Lyn Beaudite on Oct.
Kurt Ian Dake Family
ABAAACCACA. Theodore Richard Dake
Theodore was born to parents Kurt Ian Dake and Roxanne Lyn Beaudite Dake on April
ABAAACCACB. Nichole Marie Dake
Nichole was born in 1991 to parents Kurt Ian Dake and Roxanne Lyn Beaudite Dake.
ABAAACCAD. James Christopher Dake
James was born on May 29, 1959 at Vegreville, Alberta, Canada to parents Theodore
Edward Dake and Jean Adeline Craig Dake. He married Ruth Elizabeth Richards on
Sept. 1, 1984.
James Christopher Dake
ABAAACCADA. Emma Louise Dake
Emma was born on Jan. 13, 1989 to parents James Christopher Dake and Ruch Elizabeth
ABAAACCAE. Rebekah Louise Dake
Rebekah was born at Vegreville, Alberta, Canada to parents Theodore Edward Dake
and Jean Adeline Craig Dake.
Harold Richard Dake
ABAAACCB. Harold Richard Dake
Harold was born on October 26 1905 in Merrill, Lincoln Co., WI to parents
Richard Maidwell Dake and Grace (Miller) Dake. Moved to Alberta in 1912 with his
parents. They were part of an large American Invasion for free land. Brother Theodore
(Ted) and his family still live on the original homestead. He told stories of
Indians camping in their farmyard and having to ride a horse to his one room school
house. Harold worked for the government as a purchasing agent buyer. He married
Evelyn Melnyk in 1931. (She was born in 1912 and died in 1963). He died on May
15, 1966 at Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Evelyn, Garry, Lorraine, Harold
Harold Dake Family
ABAAACCBA. Garry Richard Dake
Garry R. Dake was born on Nov. 28, 1942 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
to parents Harold Dake and Evelyn (Melnyk) Dake. He married Diane McNie in 1966.
He owns and operates a Food Service engineering and consulting business in Vancouver,
Garry Richard Dake
ABAAACCBAA. Gregory Richard Dake
Dake was born to Garry R. Dake and Diane (McNie) Dake on Oct. 5, 1970 in Vancouver,
British Columbia, Canada. He married Lorelei Erickson on Sept. 5, 1992 in Canada.
After obtaining his B.Sc. (Honours) degree from the University of British Columbia
undertaking research with Prof. Raymond Andersen, Greg enrolled in Stanford University
for his Ph.D. degree. There, under the direction of Prof. Barry Trost, Greg studied
organic reactions catalyzed by ruthenium (II) complexes and phosphorus (III) compounds.
He obtained his Ph.D. degree in 1998. Greg's postdoctoral studies were carried
out in the laboratories of Prof. Gilbert Stork at Columbia University in the City
of New York, working on the first entirely stereoselective total synthesis of
the Cinchona alkaloid, quinine. He began his independent career at the University
of British Columbia in July 1999. His research interests lie in the discovery
and application of synthetic organic methods, catalysis (asymmetric variants as
well), tandem reactions and rearrangement reactions to electron-deficient atoms.
Greg's interests other than chemistry are revealed in a sampling of books on his
shelf: The Demon-Haunted World by Carl Sagan; What to Listen For in Music by Aaron
Copland, For Keeps by Pauline Kael, and On Food and Cooking: The Science and Lore
of the Kitchen by Harold McGee
Gregory Dake Family
ABAAACCBAAA. Alexander Richard Dake
Alexander was born on Jan. 30, 2001 to parents Gregory Dake and Lorelei Erickson
ABAAACCBAAAB. Zachary Ethan Dake
Zachary was born November 22, 2002 to parents Gregory Dake and Lorelei Erickson
ABAAACCBAB. Michael Robert Dake
Michael Dake was born on April 24, 1973 to Garry R. Dake and Diane (McNie)
Dake. In 1998 he was living in Vancouver, BC. He is a stock promoter for a computer
software manufacturer in Vancouver, B.C., Canada.
ABAAACCBB. Lorraine Marjorie
Lorraine was born in 1931 in Canada to parents Harold Dake and Evelyn (Melnyk)
Dake. She married David William Spaulding in 1959. Lives in Calgary, Alberta,
Canada and Las Vegas, NV. They have three children:
Louise Spaulding born 1959.
Lives in Edmonton Alberta and works as a statistician for the government.
Murray Steven Spaulding
born in 1961. Married and divorced has several children. He is a truck driver.
Trevor Spaulding born in
1969. Married and lives in Thunder Bay, Ontario. He is a pilot and has 2 children.
They had children: Louise Murray (b. 1947), and Trevor Spaulding.
ABAAACCC. Graydon Dake
Graydon was born in 1906 at Chenago Memorial Hospital, Chenago, WI to parents
Richard Maidwell Dake and Grace (Miller) Dake. He died in 1911 at Norwich, NY.
ABAAACCD. Rosalli Dake
Rosalli was born in 1912 at Chippewa Falls, WI to parents Richard Maidwell Dake
and Grace (Miller) Dake. She married Jack Ball and married a second time to
Thomas Adamic. She died Sept. 21, 1994.
ABAAACCE. Lucille Grace Dake
Lucille was born in 1914 to parents Richard Maidwell Dake and Grace (Miller)
Dake. She married George Ziegler.
Gwendolyn E. (Dake)
ABAAACCF. Gwendolyn E. Dake
Gwendolyn was born on Sept. 27, 1927 to parents Richard Maidwell Dake and Grace
(Miller) Dake. She married Andrew Joseph Adamic.
ABAAACD. Sarah E. Dake
Sarah was born on Apr. 17, 1882 in WI to parents James R. and Hannah Lawrence
Dake at Medford, Taylor Co., WI.
ABAAACE. Daisy M. Dake
Daisey was born on Dec. 11, 1883 in Merrill, Lincoln Co., WI to parents James
R. and Hannah Lawrence Dake.
Elizabeth (Bessie) was born on Mar. 8, 1888 in Merrill, Lincoln Co., WI to parents
James R. and Hanna Lawrence Dake. She married Carl Bernard Sorenson in 1904
(He died in 1905). She then married a Mr. Jourdan on July 6, 1907 until about
1920. (She had at least one daughter by this marriage; Fern who later married
Harold Handley) She then married twice again to Mr. Drappier and finally to
Mr. Starner. She was married 4 times and had 9 children. She is shown here sitting
in front of a house in Merrill, WI
ABAAACG. Ethel Dake
Ethel was born in 1886 to parents James Riley Dake and Hannah Lawrence Dake
at Merrill, Lincoln Co., WI. She married Frederick Collier (b. 1876 and d. 1956).
He was previously married to Gertrude Rebecca Dake, daughter of Joshua Foster
Dake. Ethel and Frederick had children: Gerald Allan (b. 1919, Oshkosh), Lawrence
Leanard (b. 1921, Oshkosh; m. Nancy Frickel 1946), Fern Eva (b. 1924, Oshkosh;
m. Wayne Olson), She died March 1969.
ABAAAD. Martha E. Dake
Martha was born on Aug. 21, 1843 at Knoxville, Tioga Co., Penn. to
father Joshua F. Dake and Marbry Astoria Clark Dake. On Nov. 12, 1860 she married
Joseph Durkee (son of John and Hannah Durkee). He was a farmer. (He died on
July 7, 1891) They had children: George Myron, Flora, Cora, Della (b.
Aug. 4, 1868 Chilton, WI; m. Elbert Swift 10/5/1888; d. 1933), Elmer, Ellsworth,
Franklin Loyal, Charles Henry, and Lillie Agnes (m. Mr. Hedrick).
She later married a Mr. Kinsmann. She died on Feb. 15, 1910 at Rural, WI and
is buried with her husband in the Rural Cemetery.
ABAAAE. Joshua Foster Dake, Jr.
Joshua Foster was born on Dec. 7, 1845 at Deerfield, Tioga Co., Penn.
to Joshua F. and Marbry Dake. He may also have gone by the nickname of John.
Owned land north and west of Rural, WI., also the southeast block of the village
plus several lots along Main Street. In the 1860 census he was listed as a farm
laborer living in Dayton, Waupaca Co., Wisconsin. On November 3, 1867 in
Waupaca, Wisconsin he married Emma Jane Robinson (She
was the widow of Seeley Jones who died Jan. 1864 in the Civil War. She was born
Jan. 3, 1837 in Gardiner, Kennebec, Maine. She died on April 30, 1899 at
Dayton, Waupaca, Wisconsin and buried at the Rural Cemetery. She had a daughter Nelly Jones from this marriage born in
1864 and later married Mr. Chelsey and lived in Poi Sipe, Wisconsin). They lived in the William Fisher house. He was a veteran
of the Civil War. He served in Company A. 16th Wisconsin Infantry and enlisted
on Jan. 4, 1864. On the 8th of June, 1864 his company joined Sherman's Army near
Acworth, GA and took part in the Movements of the Army of the Tennessee until
the surrender of Atlanta. On Nov. 15, 1864 it accompanied Sherman's Army on
the "March to the Sea". It took part there until the surrender of Johnston in
the Carolinas. He mustered out July 12, 1865 at Louisville, Kentucky. He purchased
2 lots in Rural, WI for $100 on Dec. 29, 1865. In 1869 he received a Land Patent
for his service during the War. (See below) In 1880 he was still listed in Dayton,
Waupaca Co., Wisconsin. The 1889 plat of Rural shows a hotel on Main Street (Griffiths
house), which was likely the Dake Hotel. Foster and Emma lived in a house in
Rural now known as the Dake House where Emma took in boarders. On September
13, 1882 he sold one acre to W.P. Quint. In 1905, after Emma's death in 1899,
he re married to Alice E. Heath at Waupaca Co., WI. (She was born May 29, 1851
and died on Feb. 8, 1932. She was buried at the Central Wisconsin Veterans Cemetery
at King, WI, next to her first husband). He was first employed and later died
at the Wisconsin Veterans Home. He died on Jan. 16, 1924 at Farmington, Waupaca
J.F. DAKE LAND PATENT
United States Patent to
Vol. 39 Pg. 101
The United States of America
To all to whom these Presents shall come greeting:
Whereas, there has been deposited in the General Land Office of the United States
a Certificate of the Register of the Land Office at Stevens Point, Wisconsin
whereby it appears that pursuant to the act of Congress approved 20th May, 1862,
to secure Homesteads to actual settlers on the public domain and the act supplemental
thereto the claim of Joshua F. Dake has been established and duly consummated
in conformity to law for the: Lot numbered two of Section four in Township twenty
one north of Range Eleven East, in the District of land subject to sale at Stevens
Point, Wisconsin, containing fifty two acres, and fifty hundredths of an acre,
according to official Plat of the survey of the said land returned to the General
land Office by the Surveyor General.
Now know ye, that there is therefore granted by the United States unto the said
Joshua F. Dake the tract of land above described, to have and to hold the said
tract of land, with the appurtenances thereof, unto the said Joshua F. Dake
and to his heirs and assigns forever. In Testimony whereof, I Ulysses S. Grant,
President of the United States of America have caused these letters to made
Patent, and the Seal of the General Land Office to be hereunto affixed. Given
under our hand at the City of Washington the first day of October in the year
of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Sixty Nine and of the Independence
of the United States the Ninety Fourth.
(Seal of the U.S.)
(Land Office) By the President U.S. Grant, By J.B. Sec'y
Joshua Foster Dake
ABAAAEA. Myra Dake
Myra was born Feb. 1, 1872 to parents Joshua F. Dake, Jr. and Emma Robinson
Jones Dake at Rural, Waupaca Co., WI. She graduated from the Normal School in
Oshkosh. She married Alfred M. Smith. She was a teacher for 25 years in Mayville
Normal Shool, North Dakota. She raised her sister Gertrude's children after
she died. She was a member of the Order of Gorganas Club of Rural since June
27, 1928 until her death. She and her husband lived in the Griffiths house.
She died Feb. 10, 1940 at Rural, WI and buried at Rural Cemetery.
ABAAAEB. Earl Albert Dake
Earl was born June 20, 1876 at Dayton, Waupaca Co., Wisconsin to parents Joshua
F. Dake, Jr. and Emma Robinson Jones Dake. He married Lulella (last name unknown).
He had a jewelry store in the corner house, west of his sistger Myra's house. He later operated
a jewelry business in Wild Rose, WI. He lived in Wild Rose his entire adult
life, until his death on March 8, 1935 at Wild Rose, Waushara, Wisconsin.
EARL A. DAKE FAMILY
ABAAAEBA. Leonard Grant Dake
Leanard was born June 1922 to Earl A. Dake and Luella Dake. He married Marcilla
(last name unknown). He served in the US Army during World War II, as a Corporal
in the Infantry. He served in the European Theatre in Germany and was captured
and was a Prisioner of War serving time in Stalag 4B, Muhlberg Sachsen before
being released in May 1945.
ABAAAEBB. Melvin Dake
Melvin was born June 22, 1903 to Earl A. Dake and Luella Dake. He married Jessie
(last name unknown). He died April 1985.
ABAAAEBC. Claude Dake
Claude was born in 1900 to Earl A. Dake and Luella Dake in Rural, WI. He married
Virginia (last name unknown).
ABAAAEBD. Blanch Dake
Blanch was born in 1905 to parents Earl A. Dake and Luella Dake.
ABAAAEBE. Laura Dake
Laura was born to parents Earl A. Dake and Luella Dake.
ABAAAEC. Gertrude Rebecca Dake
Gertrude was born in 1874 to parents Joshua F. Dake, Jr. and Emma Robinson Jones
Dake. She married Frederick Collier. They had children: Baryman (b. 1902 Rural,
WI; d. 1972), Harold (b. 1907 Rural, WI; m. Laura Zimble, d. 1977), and Elizabeth
(b. 1912 Rural, WI; m. Protherne Morgan). She died in 1913 at Wild Rose, WI.
The children were raised by her sister Myra Dake. Frederick later married her
cousin Ethel Dake.
ABAAAED. May L. Dake
May was born on Dec. 2, 1868 to parents Joshua F. Dake, Jr. and Emma
Jane Robinson Jones at Rural, WI. She died Jan. 26, 1870 at Rural, WI.
ABAAAEE. Infant Dake
A child was born on Dec. 2, 1885 to parents Joshua Foster Dake and Emma Jane
Robinson Jones Dake at Rural, WI. The baby died on Jan. 26, 1887 at Rural, WI.
ABAAAF. Abigail Estoria Dake
Abigail was born on Dec. 22, 1839 at Knoxville, Tioga Co., Penn. to Joshua Foster
and Marbry Astoria Clark Dake. She married James Serenus Owen on July 26, 1857
at Westfield, Tioga Co., Penn. (He was born on Sept. 3, 1837 at Brookfield,
Tioga Co., Penn. and died on Sept. 28, 1893 at Spring Mills, Allegany Co., PA)
They had children: Sarah Ann, William Foster, James Ernest, Myrtle V., Susie
Marbry and Darwin A. Owen. She died on July 27, 1906 at Spring Mill, Allegany
Co., N.Y. and is buried in the Spring Mill Cemetery.
ABAAAG. Flora A. Dake
Flora was born on Oct. 27, 1857 to parents Joshua F. and Marbry Dake.
She died on March 29, 1859.
ABAAB. Lorenzo B. Dake
Lorenzo was born on Aug. 20, 1812 in Mass. to Calvin and
Prudence Dake. He never married. He died at the age of 20 on Feb. 28, 1833 in
Troupsburg, Steuben Co., N.Y. and is buried in Mallorys Corners Cemetery.
ABAAC. Lydia Prudence Dake
Lydia was born Oct. 3, 1814 at Preston, Chenango Co., NY to parents Calvin Dake
and Prudence Dake. She married Zachariah H. Whiteman in 1831. (He was born April
30, 1809 at Glen Twp., Montgomery Co., NY. His mother died when he was about
a year old and he was raised in a Dake household which is thought to be Joshua
Dake family). They had a son: Calvin Dake Whiteman in 1832 at Woodbine, Steuben
Co., NY (Married Mary Matson in April 2, 1855). Lydia died on June 10, 1833
at Jasper, Steuben Co., NY.
ABAAD. Martha Emaline Dake
Emaline was born
about 1820 to Calvin and Prudence Dake. She married a Benjamin Hurlburt
(born 1834 to Charles Hurlburt and Lydia Mattison). They moved to the
Rural Wisconsin area. She was listed as living with her mother and the
Ketchum family in Troupsburg, Steuben Co., NY in 1850.
ABAAE. Almira (Alma) Dake
Almira was born in 1817 to Calvin and Prudence Dake. She married Franklin L.
Knapp. They later moved to Waupaca Co., WI
ABAAF. Lucy Dake
Lucy was born in Troupsburg, N.Y. about 1824 to Calvin and Prudence Dake. She
married Amos Ketchum. In 1850 she was listed as a widow; with children: Amos
and Sally Ketchum.
ABAAG. Delightful A. Dake
Delightful was born to parents Calvin and Prudence Dake on Aug. 16, 1825 in
PA. She died May 17, 1901 at Waupaca, WI.
ABAAH. (Daughter) Dake
A daughter was born about May 1823 to parents Calvin Dake and Prudence Dake.
She died at the age of 9 years, 10 mo. and 23 days; on Apr. 2, 1833 Troupsburg
Town, Steuben Co., NY. Buried in Mallorys Corners Cemetery.
Inscribed: Dake stone in Mallorys Corners Cemetery with top broken off losing
the first name.
April 2, 1833 age
9 yrs 10mths 23das
ABAB. JOHN DAKE
John was the son of Joshua Dake born in 1770 at Hopkinton, R.I. There was a
John Dake listed in the 1810 census of Genesee Co., N.Y. He died after 1835
in Belchertown, Mass.
Land grant to father Joshua Dake
Know all men by these presents, that I John Dake of Belchertown in the County
of Hampshire and Commonwealth of Massachusetts for and in consideration of the
sum of four hundred dollars to me in had paid before the ensealing here of by
my Honored Father Joshua Dake of the same Belchertown, the receipt where of
I do hereby acknowledge have given, granted, leased and to (form letter) and
by these presents do give, grant, lease and to (form let) to the said Joshua
Dake during the term of his natural life a certain tract of land lyings in Belchertown
aforesaid being the lot of land conveyed by (donasa) pay to Ethan Dake and the
same which Joshua Dake has this day deeded to John Dake and for a more particular
description of said premises reference to be had to said land. So have and to
hold the said (demised) premises together with all the privileges of appiertenance.
There to belonging to him. The said Joshua Dake and to his assigns for and during
his life and the said John Dake covenavite with the said Joshua Dake of his
assigns that he may quielty and peacealby occupy posses and enjoy the said demised
premises free of all incumbrences by reason of any claim or claims by me or
my heirs or any person or persons claiming by or under me or them. In witness
where of So have hereunto set my hand and seal this tenth day of March in the
year of our Lord Eighteen Hundred and twenty nine
Signed, sealed and --- in presence of us
John Dake Seal
Hampshire March the 10th 1829. Then the within named John Dake and acknowledges
the within instrument by him signed to be his free act and deed
Before Jonathan Olds Justice of the Peace
Hampshire Dec. 1, 1834 ---- going is a copy of the original-- recorded of compaid
Grant to Joshua Dake
Ethan was a son of Joshua Dake born about 1776 in Hopkinton, R.I. He married
Thankful (maiden name unknown). He died about the end of Aug., 1805 in West
Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn. His
widow Thankful sold land
to father-in-law Joshua in Belchertown, Mass. for the sum of one hundred dollars.