Deake/Dake Chronology

Date Historical Event
Jan. 12, 1559/60 Alice Deake married David Pierce St. Michael's Parish, Minehead, Somerset, England
Jun. 16, 1560 Joane Deake married Robert Poore St. Michael's Parish, Minehead, Somerset, England
Feb. 9, 1565 Jone Deake married John Wilwaie St. Michael's Parish, Minehead, Somerset, England
Jan 10, 1571/72 John Deake married Dorothy Philpe St. Michael's Parish, Minehead, Somerset, England ; Dorothy died Jun. 22, 1603.
Jun. 10, 1586 Robert Deake married Beatrice Stretinger St. Michael's Parish, Minehead, Somerset, England;(Beatrice buried Feb. 9, 1636/37)
Sept. 20, 1596 Robert Deake married Alice Bryant St. Michael's Parish, Minehead, Somerset, England
May 19, 1600 Richard Deake christened; son of Robert Deake St. Michael's Parish, Minehead, Somerset, England
Jan. 24, 1600/01 Nicholas Deake christened: son of Robert Deake Minehead, Somerset, England -- died Jun. 17, 1607.
Nov. 20, 1600 Christian Deake married Thomas Collins St. Michael's Parish, Minehead, Somerset, England
Jan 22, 1600/01 Margreta Deake married William Mason Minehead, Somerset, England
Nov. 24, 1601 Johane Deake married Huge Donne St. Michael's Parish, Minehead, Somerset, England
May 19, 1603 Alice Deake christened: daughter of Robert Deake St. Michael's Parish, Minehead, Somerset, England
May 25, 1603 Andrew Deake christened: son of Robert Deake Minehead, Somerset, England
Mar. 15, 1605/06 Elizabeth Deake christened: daughter of Robert Deake Minehead, Somerset, England
Jun. 7, 1609 George Deake christened: son of Robert Deake Minehead, Somerset, England (possibly died Apr. 4, 1611)
Sept. 26, 1609 Alice Deake married Peter Blackwell Minehead, Somerset, England
Aug. 1611 Johes Deak married Margeria (??) Minehead, Somerset, England
Oct. 18, 1612 Hugo Deake christened son of Thomas Deake in All Saints Parish, Wooten Courtney, Somerset Co., England
May 1612 Jone Deake christened: daughter of John Deake Minehead, Somerset, England
Aug. 19, 1612 Elizabeth Deake christened: daughter of Richard Deake Minehead, Somerset, England
Nov. 13, 1615 Dorothie Deake christened: daughter of John Deake St. Michael's Parish, Minehead, Somerset, England
Nov. 25, 1617 Robert Deake christened: son of John Deake St. Michael's Parish, Minehead, Somerset, England Possible Father of Charles Deake
Jun. 26, 1618 George Deake married Anne Roch (widow) Minehead, Somerset, England
Aug. 13, 1618 George Deake christened: son of George Deake Minehead, Somerset, England (possibly son of George Deake & Anne Roch)
Jun. 1619 Mary Deake married Thomas (??) Minehead, Somerset, England
Nov. 4, 1619 Richard Deake married Elnor Morrice (widow) - died Oct. 7, 1667 Minehead, Somerset, England
Dec. 29, 1619 Jone Deake christened: son of George Deake Minehead, Somerset, England
Oct. 30, 1621 Robert Deake married Johane Howell Minehead, Somerset, England(Johane buried Jan. 3, 1631/32)
Feb. 11, 1623/24 John Deake married Agnes Bennett Minehead, Somerset, England
1624-1625 John Deake was Constable of Minehead, Somerset, England.
Oct. 1626 Elizabeth Deake married William Atwill Minehead, Somerset, England
Jul 27, 1627 Robert Deake christened: son of George Deake Minehead, Somerset, England
1630 Edward Deekes (Deakes) Salem, Mass. Wife: Jane The Winthrop Fleet of 1630 and settled in Salem, Mass.
Jun. 24, 1634 Alice Deake christened: daughter of John & Alice Deake Minehead, Somerset, England
Aug. 12, 1635 Robert Deake buried Minehead, Somerset, England. Probate - Somerset Record Office (DD/SP 1635/66)
Jul. 17, 1636 Robert Deake married Alice Hill m. 7/19/1636 Minehead, Somerset, Eng. He died Sept. 9, 1676. She died Sept. 3, 1676.. Father and Mother of Charles Deake
Jan. 30, 1636/37 Hugh Deake buried Minehead, Somerset, England
Oct. 22, 1637 Richard Deake c. 10/22/1637 (born to Robert Deake and Alice Hill) Minehead, Somerset, England. Probably died Nov. 12, 1667. Marriage to Ann who died Sept. 29, 1663 (they had daughter Ann who died April 9, Possible: marriage to Mary ??, Nov. 8, 1663 - she died July 16,1692.
Oct. 22, 1637 Richard Deake buried Minehead, Somerset, England : son of Richard
1637-1639 Register of persons about to pass into foreign parts from March to Sept. 1637 from Southhampton in Virgin (1639) John Weare Master for Barbarthos (William Decke of Wimborne, Dorset, England (p'd) 12 years old)
Oct. 3, 1638 Richard Milton, 400 acs. Chas. Cittie Co., p. 602, Bounded N. by W. upon land of Serjeant Richard Tysdell & S. by E. upon great Weynoake Towne (Virginia). Due for trans. of 8 pers: Andrew Parker, Christopher Stanton, Henry Palmer, William Deakes, Henry Foster, John Hammond, Eade Adams, Hanna Mawe. Note: Re-newed 23 Aug. 1643 & patent of 200 acs. of Richard Tisdell of 10 Feb. 1635 added & 400 acs. more added to both these all of which are in the name of Thomas Wheeler.
Sept. 8, 1639 Jane Deake c. 9/8/1639 (born to Robert Deake and Alice Hill) Minehead, Somerset, England
Nov. 29, 1640 Richard Deake buried Minehead, Somerset, England
Apr. 18, 1641 Jone Deake c. 4/18/1641 (born to Robert Deake and Alice Hill) Minehead, Somerset, England. Died Oct. 27, 1667.
Nov. 27, 1641 Elizabeth Deake married John (Thomas?) Hyatt Minehead, Somerset, England
1641 All men had to sign their loyalty to king and church (only Chatholics didn't), John Deake, Jr. was a churchwarden at Minehead; there was a collection of Deakes at Wooten Courtenay at this time:
George Deake, Sr., George Deake, Jr., Thomas Deake, Richard Deake signed at Cheddon Fitzpayne.
1641 PROTESTATION AND LAY SUBSIDY ROLLS -
Mynehead - George Deake, John Deake Sr. and John Deake Jr.
East Quantoxhead - George Deake
Sampford Brett - Isatt Deak
Wootton Courtenay - George Deake Sr., George Deake Jr., Thomas Deake
Dec. 25, 1647 Adam Deake paid duties of 10 s.
Dec. 11, 1648 George Deake buried Minehead, Somerset, England
Sept. 21, 1650 Charles Deake c. 9/21/1650 (born to Robert Deake and Alice Hill) Minehead, Somerset, England. Later married Mary. Father of Richard and George Deake of Westerly, RI.
Jul. 6, 1658 Robert Deake married Ann Collines Minehead, Somerset, England
Nov. 20, 1658 Alice Deake married William Glilles Minehead, Somerset, England
Jun. 16, 1659 Robert Deacke christened: son of Richard Deacke Minehead, Somerset, England
Feb. 10, 1660/61 John Deacke christened: son of Richard Minehead, Somerset, England
Aug. 29, 1663 Ann Deacke christened: daughter of Richard Minehead, Somerset, England
1664 In the Heath Tax return for 1664 there were two Robert Deaks at Minehead - senior was a butcher and returned one too many hearths by mistake.
Mar. 11, 1664 Mary Deacke christened: daughter of Richard Minehead, Somerset, England (buried May 7, 1665)
1665 Robert Deakes, transported to Maryland by Thomas Powell, Maryland LAND OFFICE, Transported (Liber 9, Folio 35) (Thomas Powell mentioned as early as 1661)
Mar. 23, 1666/67 Mary Deacke christened: daughter of Richard Minehead, Somerset, England
Nov. 5, 1667 (Will) Murphy, Daniell planter: St. George Parish, Barbados. Katherine Macheaney wf of Darby MacKeaney, the dau of Patrich Domi Todye Murphy upon his departure, : God dau Jane Daiche, dau of John Daiche after her arrival to Bdos; George Sayham at 20 & Sarham at 16, chn of John & Sarah Sayham - plantation in St. Georges; friend John Sayham - Xtr: friends Capt. Samuell Wardner & Capt. George Keyzar - Overseers, Signed Daniell Murphey: Wit: Bryan Berne, Edward Deake, George Keyzer proved 9 Dec. ---, Recorded 12 Dec. 1667.
Jan. 11, 1668/69 Richard Deacke christened: son of Richard Minehead, Somerset, England
May 8, 1675 Charles Deake c. 5/8/1675; married Ann Wenklen 6/10/1695 (born to Charles Deake and Mary) Minehead, Somerset, England. Children: Mary c. 8/23/1697; Ann c. 12/9/1697.
Jan. 21, 1676 John Deake c. 1/21/1676 (born to Charles and Mary Deake - Minehead, Somerset, England)
1677 Robert Deake Probate - East Quantoxhead, Somerset Record Office (DD/SP 1677/55)
Apr. 15, 1677 Will of Thomas Barbery (wife Susannah) in Calvert Co., MD. I bequeath unto Elizabeth Deaked (Deakes) one yearling heifer now called by the name of Betty with her increase to her and her heired for ever. I give and bequest unto George Deaked (Deakes) my __ now wearing (clothes) ___ are made of Kersey and one new Dowlafs shirt, one paire of plane shosed, one pair of yarne hose, provided the said Deaked doth digge my grave.
Apr. 22, 1677 Barbery, Thomas, Calvert Co., MD. To Sarah dau. of Griffin George, of Hunting Ck.; Eliza: and George Deakes, William Briant and William Briant, Jr., personalty. Wife Sarah, execx. and residuary legatee of estate, real and personal. Test: Henry Rigge, Saml. Ramzey (Liber 5, page 298)
Nov. 18, 1677 George Deake christened: son of Robert & Joan Minehead, Somerset, England
Sept. 6, 1678 Edward Deakes, transported himself to Maryland listed as a Turner (tanner?) Maryland LAND OFFICE (Liber 15, Folio 525)
1679-1680 Tho. Dakes: List of Souldiers; Col. Bayley's Regiment of Foot, Barbados
Feb. 1680/81 Ann Deake married Thomas Cosins Minehead, Somerset, England
Nov. 22, 1680 Richard Deake c. 11/22/1680 buried 9/21/1682 (born to Charles and Mary Deake - Minehead, Somerset, England)
April 28, 1681 Richard Deake listed as resident of Minehead in census.
Nov. 27, 1682 Richard Deake c. 11/27/1682 (born to Charles and Mary Deake - Minehead, Somerset, England) Later Richard Deake of Westerly, RI
Sept. 21, 1682 Thomas Deake buried Minehead, Somerset, England
Feb. 12, 1684/85 Robert Deake married Elizabeth Powell Minehead, Somerset, England
Sept. 20, 1684 Roger Dakes: witness Henry Gent Juvers wedding; St. Andrews Parish (also John Mills, Thomas Wikin)
July 10, 1685 Edward Deakes patented 150 acres called "Buck Lodge" assigned to him by Colonel William Steevens (Somerset County, Maryland) LAND OFFICE (Patents) NS #2 pp. 230-231
Apr. 6, 1685 George Deake c. 4/6/1685 (born to Charles and Mary Deake - Minehead, Somerset, England) must have died before 1691.
Feb. 2, 1686 Mary Deake c. 2/2/1686 buried 9/11/1687 (born to Charles and Mary Deake - Minehead, Somerset, England)
Jul. 26, 1688 Mary Deake c. 7/26/1688 (born to Charles and Mary Deake - Minehead, Somerset, England) - died Sept. 9, 1688.
Sept. 16, 1688 Sarah Deake c. 9/16/1688 (born to Charles and Mary Deake - Minehead, Somerset, England)
Mar. 12, 1688 Will of Thomas Greene of Calvert Co., MD Signed by: Henry Deakes, Priscilla Lyle (Dyke), John Baty (Liber 5, page 44, Flim 12843 Maryland Wills)
Sept. 16, 1689 Sarah Deake christened: daughter of Charles & Mary Minehead, Somerset, England
Jun. 14, 1691 John Deake married Mary Giles Minehead, Somerset, England They had son Thomas Francis Deake.
Sept. 14, 1691 George Deake 9/14/1691 (born to Charles and Mary Deake - Minehead, Somerset, England) Later George Deake of Westerly, RI
Sept. 20, 1691 Henry Deakes of Lyon Creek, Calvert Co., MD. "I give and bequeath unto my well beloved wife [Priscilla]extrix and hrs. entire estate, real and personal, including 200 acres "Coceolds Delight"... all my Right title and Interest of all that Deceased father's John Dakes Innholder of London in St. Buttols Aldersgate parish that is to say all that my father left me as by his last will and testament may appear and also by Sr. Tho: Plaer then Chamberlain of London" Testor: Jno. Batie, Sarah Radford, Richard Brooks REF: Wills, (Liber 2, folio 256) Note: Lyon Creek lies on boarder between Calvert Co. and Anne Arundel, MD.
Sept. 24, 1691 In the Name of God Amen, this twenty fourth Day of September Anno 1691 I Henry Deaks of Lyons Creek _____ in the County of Calvert in the Province of Maryland being Sick of Body but of perfect mind and Memory praise be therefore given to God for the Same knowing the uncertanity of this ___ ___ and being desirous to settle things in order Do make this my Last Will and Testament in manner an for in following that is to say first and Principally I comend my Soul to the all mighty God my Great Aforded believing that I shall ___ pardon and free ___ of all my sins and be saved by the Recious (sp) Death and merits of my blessed Saviour and ___ Christ Jesus and my body to Earth from which it was taken to be buried by such __ and Christian Mannor as to my Exec. here after named Shall be ___ meet and Covenient and as ___ ___ ___ Estate as the Lord ___ Mercy hath sent me my ___ and meaning ___ shall be employed and bestowed as here after by this my last will and testament doth ___ and ___ I do revoke renounce thrustrate and make void all wills by me formally make and declare and appoint this my Last Will & Testament I give bequeath unto my well beloved wife Pricilla Deakes who herein I ordain and appoint to be my whole Exec. That is to say I give unto my wife as aforded to her and heirs for ever all my moveable chattells and household stuff what so ever to be freely at her disposure to her and her heirs for ever. Item I ordain and appoint that my said wife shall pay all debts duties what so ever due from me to any person or persons what so ever by any lawfull ways or means or under my hand and seal by any writing indented or otherwise how so ever that plainly may or shall appear Item I give and bequeath unto my well beloved wife as to here and her heirs for ever freely from me and my heirs for ever that is to say Two hundred acres of land called by the name of Coceolds Delight lying and being on the west side of the Easter branch of Potomack River as may appear more at large upon Records. Item I give and bequeath unto my well beloved wife as (aftc) to her and her heirs from ever all my right title and interest of all that my Decreased fathers John Deakes Inn holder of London in St. Buttols Aldersgate Parish that is to say all that my father left me as by his Last Will and Testament may appear and also by ___ Tho. Plaer then Chamber lain of London whose hand my portion was put into as there at large is my and doth appear that is to say by my said father Jo. Deakes as (afc) deceased is that said portion be it land money or household suff or imployments of household stuff or chatsells or gold or what so ever else be it of what kind or ___ ___ I give and bequeath all and every __ the same unto my well beloved wife as (afc) which ___ heirs for ever ___ hereto I ordain and appoint as (afc) to be my sole and whole executrix of all and every thing that belongs to me ___ ___ as to ___ first above written.Henry Deakes Seal
On the back side of the foregoing will was endorsed ___ the ___ will was proved before me at my ___ by the above named persons Jo. Riggers Sarah Radford, Tho. West (sp) (Jno. Batie) decreased, Richard Brookes REF: Wills, (Liber 2, folio 256)
Mar. 8, 1692/3 Edward (Daax) tanner, land recorded from John Emmett and Hannah his wife (Somerset County, Maryland Land Records L, pp.72-73)
May 17, 1692 George Deake married Ann Jones Minehead, Somerset, England
May 18, 1692 Michael Tauey�s Will signed by James Dake in Calvert Co., Md.
Jun. 12, 1692 Robert Deake christened: son of John & Mary Minehead, Somerset, England - died July 3, 1692.
Oct. 22, 1693 John Deake christened: son of George & Ann Minehead, Somerset, England
Nov. 13, 1694 Edward Deake christened: son of Charles & Mary Minehead, Somerset, England
Dec. 31, 1694 Richard Deake married Ann Osmond at Luccombe Parrish, Somerset, England.
Dec. 31, 1694 Richard Deake married Jane Hayman at Luccombe Parrish, Somerset, England.
Jun. 10, 1695 Charles Deake married Ann Winklen Minehead, Somerset, England
Oct. 27, 1695 Jone Deake christened: daughter of Richard & Ann Minehead, Somerset, England
Jan. 6, 1696 Robert Deake married Jane Hayman at Luccombe Parish, Minehead, Somerset, England
Mar. 26, 1696/97 Ann Deake christened: daugther of Richard & Ann Minehead, Somerset, England
Apr. 5, 1696 Taylor, Hope, Somerset Co., Md. To young son Robert 1/2 of land (unnamed)... To wife and child (all unnamed), residue of estate, real and personal. Test: Esau Costin, Edw. Dakes, George Willson (Liber 7, page 217)
Apr. 13, 1696 Mary Deake c. 4/13/1696 (born to Charles and Mary Deake Minehead, Somerset, England)
Aug. 23, 1696 Mary Deake christened: daughter of Charles Jr. & Ann Minehead, Somerset, England
Nov. 13, 1696 Edward Deake c. 11/13/1696 (born to Charles and Mary Deake Minehead, Somerset, England)
Mar. 2, 1696/97 Mary Deake christened: daughter of George & Ann Minehead, Somerset, England
Oct. 24, 1697 Robert Deake christened: son of Richard Sr. & Ann Minehead, Somerset, England
Dec. 9, 1697 Ann Deake christened: Charles Jr. & Ann Minehead, Somerset, England
Dec. 20, 1697 John Lauroneo�s Will Signed by William Deaks (Liber 6, page 110, Film 12843 Maryland Wills)
Dec. 26, 1697 George Deake marriage to Mary Osmond at Wootton Courtney, Somerset, England
Jan. 21, 1697/98 Robert Deake christened: son of Robert & Jane Minehead, Somerset, England
Apr. 23, 1698 Susana Deake christened: daughter of George Jr. & Mary
Dec. 4, 1698 Mary Deake christened: daughter of Richard & Ann Minehead, Somerset, England
Dec. 1698 Mary Deake married Robert Putham Minehead, Somerset, England
Apr. 14, 1699 Mary Deake christened: daughter of Robert & Ann Minehead, Somerset, England
1704 - 1715 Births Richmond, N. Farnham Parish, Va. (believe these are VA Dakes)
1704 -- Elizabeth Deek to Joseph Deek
1707 -- Catharine Deek to Joseph Deek
1710 -- Mary Deek to Joseph Deek
1713 -- Joseph Deek to Joseph Deek
1715 -- John Deek to Joseph Deek
1711 Richard Deake marries Mary Lewis daughter of John and Ann (Lamphere) Lewis. Westerly, R.I.
May 18, 1712 Sarah Deak married William Clyton at Luccombe, Somerset, England.
Jan. 10, 1715/16 From Indenture by Edward Deake in MD: "Be it known unto all men that I Edward Deakes Senr. of ye county and province above sd. being desirous to give ye above sed tract or parcell of land to my above set sonn George Deakes but by ye pleasure of God deceased before Assignment and therefore I now give and assign ye above same tract or parcell of land according to ye above set Bounds and Bond unto George Deake my grandson in witness where of I have here unto sett my hand and fixt my seale ye 10th day of January Anno Domni 1715/16. (signed) Edward Deakes Sr.
John White, William Wilson and Edward Deakes Junr." - George Deakes was listed as a taner.
June 18, 1715 John son of James Deake (or Drake), St. Philips Parish, Barbados
4/11/1716 Richard Deake signed Will of Thomas Wells as witness (also signing Peter Button, William Davis. Listed Sons: Thomas, Edward and Daughter: Sarah. Brother Nathaniel Wells and Joseph Maxson and wife Sarah were executrices) Nathaniel Wells, a wealthy shipbuilder of London, who left England to save property from confiscation and himself from imprisonment on account of his puritantic opinions. Joseph Crandall - pastor Seventh Day Baptist church was a member as early as 1692 in Newport. His daughter baptized Feb. 9, 1709 in Westerly was wife of Nathaniel Wells. Westerly, R.I.
2/24/1717 Richard Deake and Jabez Tucker took inventory of John Palmeter estate.
4/2/1717 Richard Deake witnessed Will of Philip Palmeter at Westerly, R.I.
4/17/1717 Richard Deake and Nehemiah Palmeter and John Langworthy signed land record of Richard Palmeter. Westerly, R.I.
June 11, 1717 Early, John, Dorchester Co., Md.
Test: Richard Deah (?), Margaret Todd, Michael Todd (Liber 14, page 411)
4/5/1718 Richard Deake purchased land in Stonington, Conn. from John Prossor. Signed by John Richmond, Joseph Hall (Hill) Jr. He owns land next to Nathan Tanner. Note: Names Prossor and Hill repeat many times in early Deake records. John Prosser had daughter Martha Prosser (born in Somersetshire, England), who married Daniel Lewis. They had son Jonathan Lewis who married Sarah Deake, daughter of George Deake.
11/4/1718 Richard Deake mentioned in John Richmond's Will as being bounded by his land.
1/17/1721 Mary Deake born to parents George and Susannah Deake at Westerly, R.I.
5/15/1721 George Deake marries Susannah P--- (unknown last name) in Westerly, R.I. by Justice Christopher Champlin. Speculation that Susannah was related to Saunders family. Susannah Saunders daughter of John Saunders born Dec. 4, 1707 in Westerly, R.I. Susanna Saunders married Peter Wells it was said (he died 1732). Later Edward Saunders denied this (unknown marriage). There was also speculation that Susannah�s maiden name was Prosser. Daniel Lewis's wife was Martha Prossor from Somersetshire, England.
4/4/1723 George Deake Sr. listed in Inventory of William Wilkinson as having one bond from George payable in March 1729 19 lb. 10s. Westerly, R.I.
4/9/1722 Richard Deake's land mentioned near land purchased by Mores Tucker also near John Richmond land. Westerly, R.I.
6/30/1722 Richard Deake and Benjamin Green signed will of Edward Wells releasing his claim to his fathers Will back to his mother. His mothers maiden name Sarah Toplis Westerly, R.I.
3/3/1724 Richard Deake - Voted as freeman to pay for killing crows (Croes), Westerly, RI
5/24/1724 Richard Deake voted as freeman in town of Westerly, R.I.
2/22/1724 John Deake born to parents George and Susannah Deake at Westerly, R.I.
8/18/1724 Col. Thomas Westbrook impressed Mr. Dakes Schooner to convey Capt. Harmon from Falmouth, Mass. Bay (Maine) to Boston. Capt. Sanders was also sent in his Sloop to Saint Georges to guard it against Indian attacks. (Capt. Sanders may have been Capt. Edward Saunders of Hopkinton. Capt. Saunders later becomes guardian of George Deake's son, Edward Deake) (Mass. Arch. 52: 34.)
11/29/1725 Richard Deake given permission to keep a public house for drink, liquor and lodging.
12/26/1726 Charles Deake born to parents John and Angel Deake at Minehead, England
4/15/1727 Elizabeth Deake born to parents George and Susannah Deake at Westerly, R.I.
10/4/1727 George Deake Sr. ear mark listed in Town records, so we know he owned livestock. His ear mark fork in the top of the left ear and a hole nigh the middle the right ear & a half penny under the same eare his horse brand - thus GD: Registered by John Babcock Clerk. Westerly, R.I.
1727 - 1730 Many records of town meetings at Richard Deake's home where he provided drink and food. Also records of him paying a fee for a public house license. Westerly, R.I.
7/13/1727 Early Episopal Church started (Anglican - Church of England). Church built on Champlin farm. Land paid for by John Hill Esz. & Col. Christopher Champlin (both of Charlestown). A Richard Deake paid 1 lb. 10s to start the church. Christopher Champlin previously married George and Susannah Deake. Note: Many ties to the Hill surname in Deake history. Westerly, R.I.
10/13/1728 Ann Deake born to parents Edward and Dorothy Deake at Minehead, England
01/03/1729 Susannah Deake born to parents George and Susannah Deake at Westerly, R.I.
2/23/1729 Richard Deake and William Babcock signed proclamation for John Maxson, Theodaty Roads and John Richmond to open a highway. Westerly, R.I.
6/30/1729 Set up notification of bridge tariffs at three places: Capt. Thompsons, Richard Deake's and Justice Crandalls. Westerly, R.I.
00/00/1730 George Deake paid 6s from estate of Jabez Tucker Westerly, R.I.
6/3/1730 Richard Deake - Third Grand Juryman selected Westerly, R.I.
11/30/1730 First reference to Richard Deake as a Lt., Mentions next meeting at Lt. Deaks. Westerly, R.I.
01/10/1731 Thankful Deake born to parents George and Susannah Deake at Westerly, R.I.
4/14/1732 Will of John Lewis gave 4 lbs. to daughter Mary (Deake) Westerly, R.I.
02/09/1733 Edward Deake born to parents George and Susannah Deake at Westerly, R.I.
12/26/1733 Westerly, RI - Page 281, John Richmond to daughter Elisabeth Hull and her husband Joseph Hull of Westerly, Blacksmith, 20 acres in Westerly bounded by Thomas Clark, Richard Deake and John Witter, Dec. 26, 1733. Witnesses: Cyrus Richmond and Samuel Tracy. Westerly, R.I.
1734 Violetta Deaks (daughter Samuel Deaks) Worchester, Sutton, Mass. There are several records of Deake family in the Mass. Area coming to this area as early as 1634 on the ship Elizabeth.
4/15/1734 Richard Deake notified to give bond to council for Negro Mingo and his wife or squaw; if he will not give bond then discharge this town of them. Westerly, R.I.
7/29/1734 Richard Deake provided bond of indemnity for a Negro man and his Negro woman, which he has in his custody and Dake shall give bond to indemnity this town from any charge that shall accurew by them. Westerly, R.I.
1734 Jno. Deake, innkeeper - An account of ye names of ye voters that has taken ye halfe crownes (bribes). Minehead, England
03/10/1735 George Deake Jr. born to parents George and Susannah Deake at Westerly, R.I.
04/13/1737 Charles Deake born to parents George and Susannah Deake at Westerly, R.I.
1735 - 1738 Some time during this period Richard Deake's wife Mary dies. Westerly, R.I.
1/19/1739 Richard Deake purchases land for Thomas Shaw of N.Y.(formerly of Westerly). Mentions land previously purchased from John Prosser. Signed John Hill, Hannah Champlin, entered by Justice Christopher Champlin.
5/7/1739 Richard Deake married Content Maxson by Jona. Maxson. Westerly, R.I.
05/09/1739 Sarah Deake born to parents George and Susannah Deake at Westerly, R.I.
3/18/1741 George Deake Sr. listed in estate of David Babcock owing a bond of 39 lbs. Westerly, R.I.
6/29/1741 Land to Content Deake, wife of Richard Deake, from Will of Jonathan Maxson, her previous deceased husband. Westerly, R.I.
12/28/1741 From David Babcock's estate. To Rec. Richard Deake upon a bond 24=14=9 Westerly, R.I.
1/15/1743 John Deake signed as witness in Will of James Babcock
12/09/1744 Mary Deake (daughter of George and Susannah Deake) marries Edward Davis in Westerly, R.I.
2/18/1744/5 George Deake purchases 63 acres from Joseph Maxson Land bounded by: Hubbard Burdicks, Samuel Clarke, John Noxsier, Joseph Stillman and Nathan Babcock.
4/18/1744 Richard Deake ear mark ___ a fork in the left ear and half penny ___ under side of right ear.
5/18/1744 Richard Deake's land listed next to Nathan Tanner land.
4/17/1745 George Deake becomes a freeman
10/22/1745 Anna Deake born to parents George and Susannah Deake at Westerly, R.I.
12/12/1745 Elizabeth Deake (daughter of George and Susannah Deake) marries Ephraim Clarke in Stonington, CT
2/26/1746/7 John Deake (son of George Deake) marries Hannah Foster in Westerly (both from Westerly).
3/20/1746 George Deake's Will is written Westerly, R.I.
4/28/1746 George Deake's Will entered in the Town Records of Westerly, R.I. He died between March and April 1746.
5/5/1746 Westerly, RI - Pages 134-5, Joseph Stillman & Mary his wife to William Hadsall of Westerly, Weaver, bounded by George Deake, Josiah Hill Jr., Joseph Runnolds and Nathan Burdick, __, 1746. Witnessses: George Stillman and William Hern. Recorded May 5, 1746.
8/28/1746 John Deake made freeman of Westerly
5/14/1747 Susannah Deake (daughter of George and Susannah Deake) marries Timothy Clarke at Stonington, CT
5/18/1747 Joshua Deake born to John and Hannah Deake in Westerly.
10/27/1747 Edward Deake (son of George Deake) asks Capt. Edward Saunders to be his guardian. Edward Saunders' mother was Mary Peckham.
01/25/1748 Edward Deake asks John Lewis to be his guardian (Capt. Saunders has died)
07/30/1748 John Deake along with Silas Greenman signed land transfer to Benjamin Wright
10/08/1748 Westerly, RI - Pages 164-65, John Chapman to Wm. Chapman, Oct. 8, 1748. Witnesses: John Deakes and Benjamin Randall.
11/28/1748 Susannah Deake (George's widow) moved to Stonnington, Conn. with her daughter Anna.
00/00/1748 John Deake signed land transfer to Thomas Brand
2/2/1748 Westerly, RI - Page 298, Elisha Lewis to Joseph Munro of Richmond, Husbandman, ... being all ye Land Elisha Lewis hath in Westerly ... Feb. 2, 1748. Witnesses: Joseph Witter and John Deake.
2/23/1749 Westerly, RI - Page 277, William Hadsell & Dorcas his wife of Westerly, Weaver, to John Deake of Westerly, Physician, Feb. 23, 1749. Witnesses: Nathan Burdick and Josias Hill Jr.
1/31/1750 Westerly, RI - Page 252, Cyrus Button of Westerly, Laborer, to Ebenezer Lamb of Groton, Jan. 31, 1750. Witnesses: Hannah Deake and John Deake.
4/0/1752 Westerly, RI - Page 452, William Hadsall & Dorcas his wife of Westerly, Weaver, to John Deake of Westerly, Physician, April 1752. Witnesses: Elisabeth Pendleton and James Hadsall.
12/19/1752 Westerly, RI - Pages 400-1, Richard Deake & Content his wife to Joshua Clark, Dec. 19, 1752. Witnesses: Joseph Hiscox and Silas Greenman.
1748 - 1762 Coventry Parish Register (Somerset County), MD. Marriages
Apr. 14, 1748 -- James Dakes & Edeliah Addams
Dec. 13, 1749 -- Robert Dakes & Elizabeth Lows
Nov. 28, 1762 -- Georges Dakes & Mary Addams
1748 - 1772 Somerset County, Coverntry Parish, MD Births
Jan. 20, 1748 -- Jesse Dakes - James Dakes & Edeliah Addams
Nov. 10, 1750 -- Sarah Dakes - James Dakes & Edeliah Addams
Feb. 13, 1753 -- Sophia Dakes - James Dakes & Edeliah Addams
Mar. 07, 1756 -- Mary Dakes - James Dakes & Edeliah Addams
Oct. 08, 1758 -- Elizabeth Dakes - James Dakes & Edeliah Addams
May 01, 1763 -- Daniel Dakes - James Dakes & Edeliah Addams
Oct. 02, 1765 -- James Dakes - James Dakes & Edeliah Addams
Aug. 14, 1768 -- Easter Dakes - James Dakes & Edeliah Addams
Nov. 27, 1763 -- Edward Dakes - George Dakes & Mary Addams
Feb. 06, 1772 -- Stephen Dakes - James Dakes & Edeliah Addams
2/23/1749 John Deake purchases two acres adjoining his deceased fathers land from William Hadsall. (Hopkinton, RI)
8/21/1749 Christopher Deake born to John and Hannah Deake in Westerly. He was later listed in the Greenville, Green Co. NY 1811 Census.
4/11/1751 Thankful Deake (daughter of George and Susannah Deake) marries Joseph Ayer at Stonington, CT
4/25/1752 John Deake purchases 1 3/4 acres more from William Hadsall. (Hopkinton, RI)
8/16/1752 John Deake born to John and Hannah Deake in Westerly
10/25/1753 Isaac Deake (son of Edward??) marries Hannah Sash at Charlestown, R.I. (may have been an Indian)
11/27/1753 Joseph and Benjamin Deake (twins) born to John and Hannah Deake in Westerly (Someone indicated this birth was announced in a Boston Newspaper, however, I have yet to find this reference).
Nov. 1753 Richard Deake made his Will. He died some time between Nov. 1753 and Feb. 1754.
2/25/1754 Content Deake (widow of Richard) appeared before Town Council and stated she had carried out Richards Will.
3/5/1754 Richard Deake's Will was recorded by Town Council
00/00/1755 Edward Deake (son of George Deake) listed as a freeman in Charlestown, R.I. He marries Mary Adams.
12/16/1755 Hannah Deake born to John and Hannah Deake in Westerly
Dec. 10, 1755 John Deake listed as killed by Indians on Dec. 10, 1755 (from the Phila. Dispatch of Dec. 13, in New York Post-Boy paper.)
5/3/1757 Land from George Deake Sr. estate divided between sons Charles, George and Edward.
8/23/1757 Foster Deake born to John and Hannah Deake in Westerly
1/4/1759 John Deake sells land to his brother George Deake, Jr. of Falmouth, York Co., Mass. Bay (Portland, Maine). This land located next to his brother Charles' land.
3/15/1759 George Deake, Jr. (son of George and Susannah Deake) marries Mary Woodbury.
5/27/1759 Mary Deake born to John and Hannah Deake in Westerly
9/5/1759 John Deake (son of George Deake) purchases land in Hopkinton from Amos Lewis. The land is next to George Deake, Jr. land.
9/6/1759 John Deake sold land next to George Deake's land to Cyrus Button.
11/10/1759 Sarah Deake (daughter of George and Susannah Deake) marries Jonathan Lewis at Hopkinton, RI. They reared a large family in Stonington, Conn. then moved to New York.
12/4/1759 Charles Deake purchases portion of his deceased fathers estate owned by his brother George Deake, Jr. of Falmouth, York Co., Mass. Bay (Portland, Maine). George listed himself as a Mariner. The tract of land listed is in Hopkinton, R.I. and Charles is listed as living in Stonington, CT
00/00/1760 Martha Deake born to John and Hannah Foster Deake in Hopkinton, R.I.
3/6/1761 William Gould Deake born to Charles Deake in Hopkinton
4/13/1761 Charles Deake provides land for a road to go by the Quaker Meeting house to the Conn. line. Hopkinton, RI
2/8/1762 John Deake's inventory of his estate entered in Town Records. Hopkinton, RI
2/10/1762 Charles Deake signed land sale by Cyrus Button to William Tanner (blacksmith) Hopkinton, RI
4/00/1762 Charles Deake donates land to build "Noose Neck Road" through Hopkinton
4/5/1762 Charles Deake purchases land owned by Cyrus Button in Hopkinton, R.I.
5/22 � 7/2/1762 Shippers by the Bristol Merchant, Mr. Christopher Deake, bound from Bristol for Boston: Thomas Hill, James Hill, Edward and William Gravenor, Sedgley & Hillhouse. (PRO: E190/1224/3). Note: More connections between Deake and Hill surnames. Bristol is the closest port near Minehead, Somerset Co., England - original home of Deake family.
5/12/1762 Mary Deake (daughter of Hannah Foster Deake and Deceased John Deake) is indentured to John Langworthy. Foster Deake is indentured to his Uncle Charles Deake, to be apprenticed as a Tailor.
3/26/1763 Charles Deake Jr. born to Charles Deake at Hopkinton
12/29/1764 Anna Deake (daughter of George and Susannah Deake) marries Amos Rogers at Hopkinton, RI.
3/17/1765 Abigail Deake born to Charles Deake at Hopkinton
1765 John Deake born to Charles Deake at Hopkinton
1766 Mr. Dakes, Boston, Mass.
5/5/1766 Edward Deake listed as administrator of Dr. John Deake's estate. Hopkinton, RI
1/31/1766 Charles Deake of Hopkinton, R.I. sells 63 acres of land to Abram Utter. (The land that was previously left to the three sons by their father). Hopkinton, RI
5/28/1767 Charles Deake of Hopkinton sells land in Hopkinton to Eunice Kinyon. Hopkinton, RI
4/25/1768 Charles Deake purchases 29 acres of land in Hopkinton from Cyrus Button Hopkinton, RI
1/06/1773 Elias Dake arrived from Ireland in the ship Pennsylvania Farmer and petitioned for land on Jan. 6, 1773 in Craven Co., S.C. , on branch of Congaree River, called Seader Creek.
3/25/1775 Charles Deake sells 29 acres of land in Hopkinton to Jonathan Rogers. A home is listed as being on the land. Hopkinton, RI
7/10/1775 George Deake Jr. enlisted in service for 6 months and was stationed at Cape Elizabeth and Scarborough, Maine. Later served under Col. Peter Noyes and finally as a 2nd. Lt. stationed at Falmouth, Maine. (1778)
1777 Military census listed:
Edward and Immanuel Deake living in Charlestown, R.I. as available for military service. Joseph Deake in Richmond, R.I. as taking the affirmation, meaning he refused to accept military service. Joshua Dake (together with Abraham Utter) taking the affirmation. Benjamin Deake in So. Kingston, R.I. as available for military service.
2/16/1777 Benjamin Deake born to Charles Deake at Cambridge, N.Y.
8/16/1777 Charles Deake and his sons fought in the Battle of Bennington, Vt. (Washington Co., N.Y.)
1785 Samuel Deake � tax records 400 Acres in Montgomery Co., VA
Feb. 28, 1785 Elizabeth Deake dies in Cape Elizabeth, Maine.
1786 ABSTRACT of the ARMY ACCOUNTS OF THE NORTH CAROLINA LINE
settled by the commissioners at Halifax from the 1st September, 1784, to the 1st Feby, 1785 and at Warrenton in the year 1786, designating by whom the claims were receipted for respectively. (AT WARRENTON)
No. Names and Rank By Whom Received Remarks 1670 Charles Deake do
1790 Mrs. Dake Suffolk Co., Mass. Census (1 female and one other free person).
1781 to 1806 Christopher Deake Captain of 8 ships out of Falmouth, Maine
Captain Deake lived at - 11 Pipe-lane, Bristol, Gloucestershire, England (1775)
Delivered Packet Mail on following ships:
. Not sure who this Christopher Deake was related to.
Vigilant (1781);
Cumberland (1783);
Earl Gower (1799)
Duke of York (1801);
Diana (1804);
Lord Hobart (1805)
He died Oct. 11, 1806
1786 Charles Deake - Army Accounts of North Carolina Line at Warrenton
1800 Joshua Dake Hampshire Co., Mass.


Enter Here:POSSIBLE DEAKE FAMILY LINEAGE IN ENGLAND



The DEAKE surname in Somerset, England is documented in Minehead, Luccombe and Wootton Courtney Parishes.

Luccombe Parish Wootton Courtenay
LUCCOMBE PARISH, SOMERSETWOOTTON COURTENAY PARISH, SOMERSET
Unknown Deake
Picture of an Unknown Deake
dressed as Sea Captain, found in family album at Greenfield Center, NY Town Hall. Is this Charles Deake, Sr. ?