Vandeleur Benjamin Crake (1816-1894)

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Vandeleur Crake was a lawyer, Justice of the Peace and was associated with a wide variety of organisations in the town. He was the founding president of the Hastings and St Leonards Chess Club[2] and constructed one of the first houses on Essenden Road.

Children


Children of: Short name: Vandeleur Crake

and Joined with-g1: Louisa Frances Browne (1817-1854)  ¢

Name Birth Death Joined with
William Vandeleur Crake (1852-1917) 1852 1917 Emma Taylor (1842-1931)

Winifred Constance Crake (1850-1873) 1850 1873 Evelyn Henry Villebois Burnaby (1848-1924)

Edward Barrington Crake (1854-1910)

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Children of: Short name: Vandeleur Crake

and Joined with-g2: Mary Bedingfield Delves (1823-1906)  ¢

Name Birth Death Joined with
Alice Mary Crake (1860-1940)

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Footnotes (including sources)[edit]

  • geneanet.org
  1. Hastings Independent Press: Highlands Crakes – Hastings Independent Press, accessdate: 28 January 2020
  2. Hastings & St Leonards Chess Club: Vandeleur Benjamin Crake | Hastings & St Leonards Chess Club, accessdate: 28 January 2020