Sir Francis George Augustus Fuller Eliott Drake 2nd Bart
Sir Francis George Augustus Fuller Eliott-Drake became a captain in the Royal Regiment of Horse Guards on 12 April 1864. He took the names of Elliott and Drake by royal license, October 3, 1870, and became Sir Francis George Augustus Fuller Elliott Drake, Baronet of Nutwell Court. Residences: Lympton, Exeter; Buckland Abbey; Horrabridge, Devon. Member of Carlton Club. - County Families of the United Kingdom 1863
Lady Elizabeth Douglas
Wrote a two volume family history, " The Family and Heirs of Sir Francis Drake".
Captain Richard Owen Tapps-Gervis-Meyrick
Sold Buckland Abbey to Captain Arthur Rudd, a Yelverton landowner, in 1946.
Peter James Owen Tapps-Gervis-Meyrick
Killed in action in Salerno, Italy. Memorial plaque in Yarcombe, Devon reads: "This entrance was erected in loving memory of my brother Peter James Owen Meyrick, killed at Salerno, Sept 9, 1943". Building is now Yarcombe Post Office.
George Augustus Eliott Tapps-Gervis-Meyrick 4th Bart
Deputy Lieutenant for Anglesey. High Sherriff of Hampshire in 1900. Residences; Hinton Admiral, Christchurch Bodorgan, Rosehill. Member of Carlton Club. Succeeded: 7 Mar 1896
Eve Clara Tapps-Gervis-Meyrick
Captain Richard Anthony Tapps-Gervis-Meyrick
Captain H. M. Army.
John Reginald Upton Eliott Drake Colborne 3rd Lord Seaton
JP and DL. Captain Royal First Devon Yeomanry. Major in the Army during the Great War 1915. Assumed by royal license the names of Elliot and Drake on 16 Aug 1917. Died without issue.
Educated at Winchester; J.P. and D.L. for co. Devon, J.P. for co. Kildare; Captain
Royal I St Devonshire Imperial Yeomanry; succeeded his father as 3rd Baron 11 October 1888.
Lady Elizabeth Beatrice Fuller Eliott Drake
The Lady Seaton.