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1820, Penfield, Ontario Co., NY page 86
Augustus Dake 020040 104101
1830 Penfield Monroe Co., NY page 329
(Monroe County formed 1821 from Ontario and Genesee Counties)
males 15-20 (1)
males 20-30 (1)
males 30-40 (1)
males 60-70 (1)
females 16-20 (1)
females 20-30 (4)
females 50-60 (1)
1840 Hammond, St Lawrence Co., NY page 87
FROM: "Historical Gazetteer and Biographical Memorial of Cattaraugus County, NY”, edited by William Adams, published 1893.
Town of Otto, pages 936 & 937
Oliver DAKE, born Dec. 27, 1813, in Penfield, N. Y., is the youngest and only survivor of twelve children born to Augustus and Eunice DAKE. In 1832 he came with his father to Otto and settled on the farm on which he now lives. Mr. DAKE married Olive PARKINSON, March 8, 1840, who died March 23, 1860. Nov. 30, 1862, he married Adaline MIRICK. By his first wife he had two sons and one daughter. His oldest son, Elisha, now assists in carrying on his large dairy farm. Mr. DAKE comes from a long-lived family. He has been elected to several responsible offices.
Book: "Northfield on the Genesee..The Story of a Frontier Town of Monroe County NY"
Augustus Van Dake
Augustus Van Dake purchased the southeast portion of lot 26, Penfield in 1807, thereby acquiring 103 acres. Dr VanDake had commenced the practice of medicine in Penfield in 1804, and when he died in 1810, his was the first burial in the new cemetery. The 1810 census lists four sons and five daughters, all under 16.
A family bible recorded that Augustus Dake, son of Edward and Mary Dake, married Eunice Hamilton and had the following children: Edmond born August 5, 1793, married Amanda Taylor of Penfield; Edward, born April 23, 1796, married Charity Van Warmer; Elisha, born September 2, 1797, married Olive Brooby; Luke born July 28, 1799, married Alta Bowen; Erastus, born September 1801, married a Barber; Amanda, born April 25, 1803; Betsy born December 24, 1804; Armenia, born April 13, 1806; Polly, born January 5, 1807; Adlina, born November 3, 1809; Levi born February 9, 1812; Oliver, born Decemeber 27, 1813. Part of the Penfield VanDake moved onto Otto, NY. End.
* Olive Brooby should read Olive Brooks. The handwriting was misinterpreted.