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WHO WAS WHO IN OLD DEVONPORT

SURNAMES - D

Catherine Dabb, aged 70 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 25th 1824.  [DFHS/CD004]

Thomas Dabb, aged 70 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 11th 1824.  [DFHS/CD004]

Samuel Dabnoth, baker, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

Ann Dadd, aged 77 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on August 28th 1818.  [DFHS/CD004]

Rebecca Dadd, aged 55 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 1st 1822.  [DFHS/CD004]

Robert Dadd, aged 73 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 25th 1817.  [DFHS/CD004]

Jane Daily, aged 76 years, of Waterloo Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 23rd 1834.  [DFHS/CD004]

Ann Dale, aged 72 years, of the Work House, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 1st 1827.  [DFHS/CD004]

Elizabeth Dale, aged 90 years, of James Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 19th 1826.  [DFHS/CD004]

Francis Dale, smith, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

James Dale, Master Furbisher in the Gun-Wharf, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

William Dale was listed as an artificial teeth maker at 31 Albert Road, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

John R Dalling was listed as having apartments at 64 Chapel Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

John Robins Dalling was listed as a shop keeper at 8 Chapel Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Damerell Brothers were listed as monumental masons at Valletort Road, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Albert Henry Damerell was listed as a wine and spirit merchant at 80 Albert Road, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Elizabeth Damerell, aged 62 years, of Ridgway, Plympton Saint Mary, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 23rd 1837.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Damerell, aged 61 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 20th 1837.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Damerell was listed as a butcher at 9 Marlborough Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mrs Alice Dampier was listed as a dress maker at 104 Renown Street, Keyham, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Frederick William Danckwardt was listed as an artificial teeth maker at 14 Saint Aubyn Street  in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Robert Daniell, watchmaker, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

Annie Daniells, ofCargreen, daughter of a Leading Stoker, Royal Navy, who died suddenly, was an inmate of the Royal British Female Orphan Asylum in July 1894.

Mrs and Miss Dansey, ladies' seminary, was listed as a resident at Saint Michael's Terrace in 1830.  [1830]

Frederick Dansey, brewer, was listed as a resident of Morice Street in 1812.  [1812]

William Dansey, attorney, was listed as a resident of Morice Street in 1812.  [1812]

Jane Daplin, aged 79 years, of Torpoint, Cornwall, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 8th 1837.  [DFHS/CD004]

Margaret Daplin, aged 86 years, of Plymouth, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 22nd 1825.  [DFHS/CD004]

Thomas Daplin, aged 62 years, of Torpoint, Cornwall, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 16th 1829.  [DFHS/CD004]

Henry Dark, aged 70 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 17th 1824.  [DFHS/CD004]

H Darley, was listed as a resident at 13 Waterloo Street in 1830.  [1830]

Henry Darley, aged 75 years, of Waterloo Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 1st 1837.  [DFHS/CD004]

Richard Darley, aged 74 years, of Ordnance Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on December 26th 1830.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mrs Annie Dart was listed as a dress maker at 5 Lynher Terrace, Victoria Road, Saint Budeaux, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mrs Jane Dart was listed as a dress maker at 20 Warren Street, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Rebecca Dart, aged 77 years, of Cross Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June August 14th 1832.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mrs Elizabeth Dartnell was listed as having apartments at 1 Acre Place, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Harry Darton was listed as a shop keeper at 33 Charlotte Street, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mr W Darton and Mr J W Wood ARCA ran the Devonport School of Art in 1914.  [1914-15]

Davenport and Maw were listed as dentists at 20 Saint Aubyn Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Anthony Davey, aged 70 years, of King Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 13th 1821.  [DFHS/CD004]

Beottrix Davey, aged 86 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 25th 1820.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mrs Catharine Davey was listed as a shop keeper at 19 John Street, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Deborah Davey, aged 70 years, of Pennycomequick, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 5th 1820.  [DFHS/CD004]

Edith K Davey represented the residents of Stoke Ward on the Guardians of the Poor in 1914.  [1914-15]

Miss Emily Davey was listed as a draper at 49 Pembroke Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mr H T Davey was the Assistant Water Engineer for Devonport Borough Council in 1914.  [1914-15]

Harry Doidge Davey was listed as a chemist at 15 Edgcumbe Place, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Henry Davey, aged 88 years, of George's Lane, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 25th 1831.  [DFHS/CD004]

James Davey, aged 65 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 4th 1819.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Davey, aged 61 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 1st 1825.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Davey, aged 65 years, of William Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 30th 1831.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Davey, aged 68 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 29th 1820.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Davey, aged 66 years, of Pembroke Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 16th 1829.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Davey, aged 88 years, of Cannon Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January31st 1835.  [DFHS/CD004]

Richard Davey, grocer, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

Samuel D Davey was listed as a shop keeper at 18 Edgcumbe Place, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Thomas Davey, aged 69 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on August 8th 1824.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Henry Davey was listed as a greengrocer at 32 Hawthorn Grove, Weston Peverel, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

William James Davey was listed as a baker at 32 Clowance Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

John David (spelt "Dauid") was listed as a resident of the Parish of Weston Peverel (Pennycross) in the Devonshire Lay Subsidy of 1332.  [Erskine: D&CRS, 1969]

Sarah David, aged 95 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 15th 1818.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mr Davidson was Headmaster of Montpelier Elementary School in 1914.  [1914-15]

Honor Davidson, 64 years, of Duke Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on August 8th 1832.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mr Davie, attorney, was listed as a resident of Saint Aubyn Street in 1812.  [1812]

Mr D G Davie, mercer and agent, was listed as a resident of James Street in 1812.  [1812]

Mary Davie, aged 87 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 29th 1824.  [DFHS/CD004]

A D Davies and Sons were listed as ironmongers at 5 Avondale Terrace, Keyham Road, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Alfred E Davies was listed as the licensee of the Camel's Head Inn Public House at West Ham Terrace, Camel's Head, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

David Davies, victualler, was listed as a resident of North Corner Street in 1812.  [1812]

Fred Davies was listed as a hair dresser at 29 Chapel Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

John Davies, aged 64 years, of Cross Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on December 29th 1830.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mrs Louisa Davies was listed as having apartments at 29 Saint Aubyn Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

William Davies, of the Recruiting Officer Inn, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

William Davies, mercer and draper, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

Alfred Dean Davis and Son were listed as ironmongers at 51 Albert Road, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Ann Davis, School for Young Ladies, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

Ann Davis, aged 81 years, of the Workhosue, Dock, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 17th 1813.  [DFHS/CD004]

Christian Davis, aged 60 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 21st 1820.  [DFHS/CD004]

Elizabeth Davis, aged 67 years, of Duke Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on December 26th 1835.  [DFHS/CD004]

Elizabeth Davis, aged 81 years, of Ordnance Lane, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on December 28th 1836.  [DFHS/CD004]

Ernest Christopher Davis was listed as a laundry at 15 Ross Street, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Grace Davis, aged 87 years, of Charlotte Row, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on Novmeber 9th 1826.  [DFHS/CD004]

Grace Davis, aged 82 years, of Ker Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 14th 1830.  [DFHS/CD004]

Grace Davis, aged 77  years, of Moon Street, New Passage, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 26th 1837.  [DFHS/CD004]

Hannah Davis, aged 71 years, of Princes Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 7th 1830.  [DFHS/CD004]

Henry Davis, aged 80 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 1st 1815.  [DFHS/CD004]

Isaac Davis was listed as a boot repairer at 11 Albany Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Isabella Davis, aged 74 years, of Granby Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 3rd 1827.  [DFHS/CD004]

James Davis, grocer, was listed as a resident of James Street in 1812.  [1812]

James Davis, victualler, was listed as a resident at 9 Cornwall Street in 1830.  [1830]

Jane Davis, aged 63 years, of Cherry Garden Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 11th 1832.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Davis, aged 70 years, of Cherry Garden Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 29th 1837.  [DFHS/CD004]

Martha Davis, aged 81 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on December 28th 1817.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Davis, shopkeeper, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

Phillippa Davis, aged 67 years, of Princess (sic) Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 6th 1828.  [DFHS/CD004]

Sarah Davis, aged 70 years, of Marlborough Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 11th 1830.  [DFHS/CD004]

Sarah Davis, aged 60 years, of the Work House, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 5th 1837.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mrs Sarah Davis was listed as a confectioner at 65 George Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Thomas Davis, broker, was listed as a resident of James Street in 1812.  [1812]

Thomas Davis, aged 63 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on August 4th 1822.  [DFHS/CD004]

Thomas Davis, Lieutenant, Royal Navy, was listed as a resident at Monument Square in 1830.  [1830]

William Davis, aged 63 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 23rd 1816.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Davis, aged 66 years, of Quarry Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 12th 1833.  [DFHS/CD004]

WM [William ?] Davis, aged 64 years, of Holmans Buildings, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 15th 1837.  [DFHS/CD004]

William H Davis LRCP London, MRCS England, was listed as a physician and surgeon and assistant ophthalmic surgeon to the Royal Albert Hospital, residing at 1 Johnston Terrace, Keyham Road, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Elizabeth Davison, aged 67 years, of Braggs Alley, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September23rd 1831.  [DFHS/CD004]

Joseph Davison, aged 74 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 8th 1820.  [DFHS/CD004]

J Davy, victualler, was listed as a resident at 1 Navy Row in 1830.  [1830]

Jane Davy, aged 80 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on August 25th 1824.  [DFHS/CD004]

Ann Daw, aged 90 years, of Water Lane, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 29th 1835.  [DFHS/CD004]

Anne Daw was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 17th 1689.  [FMP/PWDRO]

Charles Daw, aged 62 years, of the Work House, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 22nd 1822.  [DFHS/CD004]

Samuel Daw, aged 61 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 24th  1813.  [DFHS/CD004]

Samuel  Daw was listed as a dairyman at 38 Goschen Street, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Thomas Daw was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 10th 1689.  [FMP/PWDRO]

Charles Dawe, boot and shoe maker, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

Charles Dawe, dyer and scourer, was listed as a resident at 56 Fore Street in 1830.  [1830]

Frederick James Dawe was listed as a hair dresser at 3 Queen Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

James Dawe, lodging house, was listed as a resident of Outbounds in 1812.  [1812]

James Dawe, actuary, was listed as a resident at 1 Somerset Place in 1830.  [1830]

Joseph Dawe, grocer, was listed as a resident at 41 King Street in 1830.  [1830]

Josiah Dawe, mercer, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

Josias Dawe, mercer, was listed as a resident of Fore Street in 1812.  [1812]

Robert Dawe, coal merchant, was listed as a resident of Tamer (sic) Street in 1812.  [1812]

Samuel Dawe was listed as licensee of the Wellington Inn at 23 William Street, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Samuel John James Dawe represented the residents of Morice Ward on the Guardians of the Poor in 1914.  [1914-15]

Sarah Dawe, aged 87 years, of James Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 22nd 1837.  [DFHS/CD004]

Walter Dawe, mercer and draper, was listed as a resident at 9 Cornwall Street in 1830.  [1830]

William E Dawe was listed as a dairyman at 1 Lynher Terrace, Victoria Road, Saint Budeaux, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Elizabeth Dawson, aged 78 years, of Dock Wall Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 24th 1832.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Dawson, aged 64 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 12th 1814.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Dawson, aged 87 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on August 31st 1831.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Dawson and Sons Ltd were listed as wholesale newsagents at 5 King Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Ann Day, aged 60 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 9th 1814.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mr J Day was the Alderman representing Keyham Ward on Devonport Borough Council in 1914.  [1914-15]

James Day, baker, was listed as a resident of King Street in 1812.  [1812]

James Day, Beadle, was listed as a resident at the Town Hall in 1830.  [1830]

James Day was listed as a baker at 8 Princes Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

John Henry Day was listed as a builder at 3 Brunswick Place, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

John Henry Day was listed as a carpenter at York Place, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mary Day, aged 75 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 6th 1820.  [DFHS/CD004]

Samuel Day, of the Old King's Head Inn, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

Samuel Day, aged 80 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 3rd 1823.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Day, dairyman, was listed as a resident at 4 Princess (sic) Street in 1830.  [1830]

William Day, aged 62 years, of Princes Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 29th 1835.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mrs Mary Jane Dayment was listed as a shop keeper at 38 Pembroke Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

A Daymond, boot and shoemaker, was listed as a resident at 16 King Street in 1830.  [1830]

Clara H Daymond represented the residents of Tamerton Ward on the Guardians of the Poor in 1914.  [1914-15]

Mr G A Daymond was a Councillor for Tamerton Ward on Devonport Borough Council in 1914.  [1914-15]

George A Daymond was listed as a builder at 9 Mount Tamar Villas, Victoria Road, Saint Budeaux, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Sarah Ddelf, aged 71 years, of Saint John Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 28th 1832.  [DFHS/CD004]

Deacon Brothers were listed as cycle agents at 26 Chapel Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Miss Alice Louisa Deacon was listed as a milliner at 72 Hotham Place, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mrs Anne Deacon was listed as a baker at 22 Edgcumbe Place, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Charles Deacon was listed as a blacksmith at King's Tamerton in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Dorothy Deacon, aged  60 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 5th 1823.  [DFHS/CD004]

Emma J Deacon, of Stonehouse, daughter of a Writer in the Royal Navy, was an inmate of the Royal British Female Orphan Asylum in July 1894.

Sydney H Deacon was listed as a wine and spirit merchant at 95 Fore Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

William Deacon, aged 80 years, of Catherine Lane, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 31st 1836.  [DFHS/CD004]

Francis Deal, aged 68 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 13th 1823.  [DFHS/CD004]

Elizabeth Dean, aged 76 years, of Cherry Garden Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 8th 1837.  [DFHS/CD004]

Lily K Dean, of Godalming, daughter of a Private, Royal Marine Light Infantry, who died in Egypt during the War, was an inmate of the Royal British Female Orphan Asylum in July 1894.

William Benjamin Dean was listed as licensee of the Crown and Column Public House at 46 Ker Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Dinah Debro, aged 73 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 13th 1825.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Debro, shopkeeper, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

John Abel Debro, aged 79 years, of John Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 21st 1828.  [DFHS/CD004]

John De Carteret, wine-merchant, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

R De Carteret, was listed as a resident at Home Park Buildings in 1830.  [1830]

Mr C A De Greuchy was at the Great Western Railway Receiving Office at Mutton Cove in 1914.  [1914-15]

Charles De Grucy was listed as a shop keeper at Mutton Cove in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Elizabeth Delacombe, aged 60 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 2nd 1814.  [DFHS/CD004]

Henry Delacombe, auctioneer, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

William Delacombe, aged 63 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 10th 1814.  [DFHS/CD004]

Monsieur De La Grizelle, French Priest, was listed as a resident of Saint John's Street in 1812.  [1812]

Monsieur De la Rue, Professor of the French language, etc., was listed as a resident at Saint John Street in 1830.  [1830]

Henry William Dell was listed as a dairy at 17 Sussex Road, Ford, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Richard Dell, aged 77 years, of Tavistock Street, Stoke, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 19th 1832.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Delph, aged 81 years, of Saint John Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 11th 1828.  [DFHS/CD004]

Catherine Delyon, aged 73 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 29th 1831.  [DFHS/CD004]

Moses Delyon, aged 70 years, of the back of Chapel Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 9th 1830.  [DFHS/CD004]

Thomas Denbow, aged 71 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 23rd 1832.  [DFHS/CD004]

Walter Robert Denbow was listed as a builder at the back of 25 Warleigh Avenue, Ford, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Frederick Denford was listed as a coal dealer at Boscawen Place, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Lieutenant Edward Denham, Royal Navy, was listed as a resident of George Street in 1812.  [1812]

Henry Denham, grocer, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

Henry Denham, grocer, was listed as a resident of Duke Street in 1812.  [1812]

Henry Denham, grocer, was listed as a resident at 85 Duke Street in 1830.  [1830]

John Denithorne was listed as a confectioner at 35 Cumberland Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mrs Evelyn Elizabeth Denley was listed as licensee of the Bull's Head Public House at 44 Queen Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Wilhemina Denley, of Gloucester, daughter of a Private, Royal Marine Light Infantry, who died insane, was an inmate of the Royal British Female Orphan Asylum in July 1894.

Mary Denman, aged 67 years, of Barrack Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 31st 1827.  [DFHS/CD004]

Ann Denniford, aged 66 years, of the Work House, Dock, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 20th 1818.  [DFHS/CD004]

William James Dennill was listed as a shop keeper at 1 Meredith Road, Weston Peverel, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Charles H Dennis was listed as a draper at 24 Duke Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Elisha Dennis, aged 87 years, of Charlotte Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 5th 1826.  [DFHS/CD004]

Elizabeth Dennis, aged 62 years, of Ordnance Row, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on December 2nd 1827.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Dennis, aged 63 years, of Ordnance Lane, November 18th 1827

Rebecca Dennis, aged 76 years, of Cobourg Street, Plymouth, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 29th 1836.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mrs William Densham was listed as having apartments at 14 Park Street, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Douglas Dent, clerk in the Dock Yard, was listed as a resident at Stoke Terrace in 1830.  [1830]

Phillis Derry, aged 61 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 20th 1816.  [DFHS/CD004]

Richard Derry, aged  72 years, of Ordnance Lane, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 13th 1827.  [DFHS/CD004]

Richard Derry, grocer, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

Samuel Desseret, Royal Navy, was listed as a resident at 9 Home Park Buildings in 1830.  [1830]

Mary Deveney, aged 61 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on December 11th 1822.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mrs Fanny Dew was listed as a shop keeper at 7 Morice Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Grace Dewhurst, aged 90 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February  11th 1824.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Dewstone, aged 88 years, of Coal Racket, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 4th 1821.  [DFHS/CD004]

Elizabeth Diamond, aged 75 years, of the Work House, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 8th 1827.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Dicker, aged 59 years, of Frankfort Street, Plymouth, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on August 8th 1830.  [DFHS/CD004]

James Dickerson, Master Carver in the Dock-yard, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

James Dickerson, carver, was listed as a resident of Morice Square in 1812.  [1812]

James Dickerson, carver in the Dock Yard, was listed as a resident at 20 Morice Square in 1830.  [1830]

James Dickerson, druggist and chemist, was listed as a resident at 33 Catherine Street in 1830.  [1830]

Jane Dickerson, aged 67 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 10th 1820.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Dickerson, aged 75, of Gloster (sic) [Gloucester] Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 5th 1827.  [DFHS/CD004]

James Dickie, draper, was listed as a resident of George Street in 1812.  [1812]

James Dickman, aged 76 years, of Morice Square, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 27th 1834.  [DFHS/CD004]

Richard Dickney, aged 66 years, of the Workhouse Poor, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 29th 1830.  [DFHS/CD004]

Elizabeth Dier was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 12th 1607.  [FMP/PWDRO]

Charles Dietschey was listed as a watch maker at 3 William Street, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mr Dikes, haberdasher, was listed as a resident at 25 James Street in 1830.  [1830]

Thomas Dikes, aged 63 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 21st 1814.  [DFHS/CD004]

George S Dilleigh and Company were listed as provision dealers at 21 Edgcumbe Place, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C] 

Robert Dillin, working-jeweller, goldsmith, and engraver, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

Sarah Dillin, aged 74 years, of Princes Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 2nd 1826.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mrs Annie Dilling was listed as a shop keeper at Pym Street, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

John Dimond, aged 66 years, of Georges Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 14th 1826.  [DFHS/CD004]

Alfred J Dingle was listed as licensee of the Spirit Vaults Public House at 8 Waterloo Street, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mrs Anna Dingle was listed as a nurse at 19 Martin Terrace, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

James Dingle, aged 66 years, of Duke Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 17th 1837.  [DFHS/CD004]

Richard Dingley, was listed as a resident at 15 James Street in 1830.  [1830]

Richard Dingle was listed as licensee of the King's Arms Public House at 60 Pembroke Street, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

William Dingley, grocer, was listed as a resident of Market Street in 1812.  [1812]

William Dingley, grocer, was listed as a resident at 10 Market Street in 1830.  [1830]

Peter Dinner, aged 91 years, of Princes Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 17th 1830.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Dinner, aged 72 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 5th 1836.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Dinnick, aged 90 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 18th 1823.  [DFHS/CD004]

Hannah Ann Dinnis, aged 65 years, of Princes Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 13th 1827.  [DFHS/CD004]

James Dinnis, baker, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

James Dinnis, baker, was listed as a resident of Fore Street in 1812.  [1812]

John Dinnis, baker, was listed as a resident at 117 Fore Street in 1830.  [1830]

William Dinnis, aged 70 years, of Cobourg Street, Plymouth, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on December 28th 1828.  [DFHS/CD004]

Richard Distin, ironmonger, was listed as a resident at 2 Market Street in 1830.  [1830]

William Distin, victualler, was listed as a resident at 24 Fore Street in 1830.  [1830]

Andrew Dixon, aged 71 years, of Mutton Cove, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 24th 1826.  [DFHS/CD004]

Grace Dixon, aged 60 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 20th 1815.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Dixon, aged 62 years, of Water Lane, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 30th 1828.  [DFHS/CD004]

Manley Dixon, Captain, Royal Navy, was listed as a resident at Somerset Place in 1830.  [1830]

Susanna Dixon, aged 68 years, of John Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 16th 1828.  [DFHS/CD004]

Ann Doble, aged 68 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 3rd 1814.  [DFHS/CD004]

Peter Doble, permit-writer, was listed as a resident of Bragg's Alley in 1812.  [1812]

Ruth Doble, aged 87 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 10th 1832.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Doble, aged 74 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 29th 1825.  [DFHS/CD004]

Ann Dodd, aged 68 years, of Cannon Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 26th 1832.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Dodd, aged 63 years, of Dodges [Doidges] Well, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 26th 1828.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Henry Dodd was listed as licensee of the Trelawny Hotel at Yeomans Terrace, Victoria Road,  Saint Budeaux, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mary Dodd, aged 61 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 5th 1820.  [DFHS/CD004]

William George Dodd was listed as a beer retailer at 68 George Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Bridgett Dodman, aged 70 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 22nd 1824.  [DFHS/CD004]

Richard Dodman, aged 67 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 2nd 1827.  [DFHS/CD004]

George Dodridge was listed as having apartments at 10 Valletort Road, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Christopher Doidge, son of William and Susannah, was baptized at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 18th 1714.

Christopher Doidge was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 12th 1717.

Eliza Doidge, aged 77 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 2nd 1836.  [DFHS/CD004]

Frederick John Doidge was listed as a joiner at 51 Wilton Street, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

John Doidge, sword-cutler and gunsmith, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

John Doidge, schoolmaster, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

John Doidge, aged 69 years, of Doidges Well, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 11th 1829.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Nicholas Doidge, aged 73 years, of the Workhosue, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 3rd 1814.  [DFHS/CD004]

Nicholas Doidge, aged 65 years, of Union Street, Stonehouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on Septmeber 4th 1830.  [DFHS/CD004]

Richard Doidge, confectioner, was listed as a resident of Duke Street in 1812.  [1812]

William Doidge was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 17th 1733.

William Doidge was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 20th 1746.

J Doidges, comb manufacturer, was listed as a resident at 11 Cumberland Street in 1830.  [1830]

Ann Dolman, aged 62 years, of Marlborough Row, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 12th 1828.  [DFHS/CD004]

Robert Dominey, working jeweller, was listed as a resident at Duke Street in 1830.  [1830]

Henry Dominey, aged 69 years, of Morice Square, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 19th 1833.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mr T Doney was a Councillor for Pennycross Ward on Devonport Borough Council in 1914.  [1914-15]

Miss Frances Donne was listed as a teacher of painting at 13 Victoria Place, SAtoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mr Donnelly was the Head Master of Saint Joseph's Roman Catholic Elementary School in 1914.  [1914-15]

Ann Donnolly, aged 82 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 19th 1833.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Doolan was listed as a beer retailer at 10 Granby Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Brigadier-General B J C Doran CB was the Commanding Officer of the 8th Infantry Brigade in 1914.  [1914-15]

Amey Dorrant, aged 63 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 13th 1822.  [DFHS/CD004]

Francis Dorrington, victualler, was listed as a resident of Prospect Row in 1812.  [1812]

F Dorrington, victualler, was listed as a resident at 63 Pembroke Street in 1830.  [1830]

Mary Dorrington, aged 66 years, of Tavistock Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on August 11th 1826.  [DFHS/CD004]

Thomas Dorrington, of the Nelson's Victory, was listed as a resident of Pembroke Street in 1812.  [1812]

Elizabeth Dorsey, aged 70 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on Septmeber 5th 1828.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Doubtfire, aged 83 years, of Blackpool House, Stoke, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 22nd 1834.  [DFHS/CD004]

W Doubtfire, was listed as a resident near the Blockhouse, Stoke in 1830.  [1830]

Ann Dougherty, aged 80 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 3rd 1813.  [DFHS/CD004]

Paul Doughty, aged 93 years, of Mill Prison, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 2nd 1823.  [DFHS/CD004]

Margaret Douglas, aged 84 years, of Barrack Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on Nay 1st 1835.  [DFHS/CD004]

James Douttfire, aged 61 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on August 13th 1823.  [DFHS/CD004]

Captain Francis Dove was appointed Commissioner of the Royal Dockyard on July 23rd 1716.

Rear-Admiral Arthur Ninian Dowding CB was appointed Admiral-Superintendent of the Royal Dockyard on September 27th 1938.
Rear-Admiral Dowding served in this post until 1945.

Ellen Dowell, of Plymouth, daughter of a Private, Royal Marine Light Infantry, who died insane as the result of an accident, was an inmate of the Royal British Female Orphan Asylum in July 1894.

Amelia Down, aged 84 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 30th 1817.  [DFHS/CD004]

Elgar Down FRCS Edinburgh, LRCP London, was listed as a physician and surgeon at Wingfield House, Molesworth Road, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Ernest C Down was listed as a furniture dealer at 41 Saint Levan Road, Ford, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Miss Ethel Down was listed as a teacher of music at 70 Albert Road, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

George Alfred Down was listed as having apartments at 3 Balfour Terrace, Haddington Road, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

James Down, of the Three Tuns, was listed as a resident of Catharine Street in 1812.  [1812]

Peter Down, victualler, was listed as a resident at 21 Catherine Street in 1830.  [1830]

Rebecca Down, aged 61 years, of King Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 7th 1834.  [DFHS/CD004]

Charles Downey was listed as a marine store dealer at 5 Saint Stephen's Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

John Downey was listed as a boat owner at Mutton Cove in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Richard Downey was listed as a boat owner at Mutton Cove in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Jenifer Downing (sic), aged 79 years, of Stoke Village, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 9th 1821.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Downs was listed as the Devonport Market Inspector in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Jane Dowrick, aged 77 years, of Barrack Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 21st 1828.  [DFHS/CD004]

Edmund Charles Drake was listed as a greengrocer at 23 Cumberland Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Edward Drake was a barrow lender at Cumberland Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mrs Eliza Drake was a shop keeper at 59 James Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

George Drake was listed as a greengrocer at 81 Pembroke Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

J Drake, artist, was listed as a resident at 13 Paradise Row in 1830.  [1830]

John Drake, aged 74 years, of Granby Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 26th 1826.  [DFHS/CD004]

Sarah Drake, aged 64 years, of Queen Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on August 20th 1833.  [DFHS/CD004]

Thomas Drake, lodging house, was listed as a resident of Princes Street in 1812.  [1812]

Jenny Draper, aged 82 years, of Georges Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 29th 1837.  [DFHS/CD004]

Alice Dreamer was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 27th 1694.  [FMP/PWDRO]

Catherine Drew, aged 80 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on December 8th 1829.  [DFHS/CD004]

Elizabeth Drew, aged 71 years, of Pond Lane, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 13th 1828.  [DFHS/CD004]

George Drew, of the Prince William Henry Tavern, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

George Drew, lodging house, was listed as a resident of Clowance Street in 1812.  [1812]

Gideon Drew, grocer, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

Gideon Drew, aged 70 years, of James Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 23rd 1829.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Drew, stationer and bookbinder, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

John Drew, aged 84 years, of Pembroke Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on December 31st 1828.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Henry Drew was listed as a shop keeper at 4 Cornwall Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Margaret Drew, aged 82 years, of Pembroke Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 17th 1834.  [DFHS/CD004]

Richard Drew, aged 71 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 6th 1819.  [DFHS/CD004]

Samuel Drew, naturalist, was listed as a resident at 38 Saint Aubyn Street in 1830.  [1830]

Susanna Drew, aged 76 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 22nd 1815.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Drew, Warrant Officer, was listed as a resident of New Navy Row in 1812.  [1812]

William T Drew was listed as as marine store keeper at 5 Queen Street; a grocer at 9 Queen Street; and a coal dealer at 10 Queen Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Stephen Drewitt, pawnbroker, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

Charity Driskel, aged 79 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 17th 1825.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mrs Fanny Driskell was listed as a poulterer at Devonport Market in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Jane Driskell, aged 60 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 1st 1816.  [DFHS/CD004]

Rear-Admiral the Honourable James Robert Drummond GCB was appointed Admiral-Superintendent of the Royal Dockyard on  April 24th 1866.

Thomas Dryden, surgeon, dispensary, was listed as a resident at 74 Princess (sic) Street in 1830.  [1830]

William Dubbin was listed as a mineral water manufacturer at 56 James Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Susan Dudley, aged 73 years, of James Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 11th 1835.  [DFHS/CD004]

Samuel Duer, Warrant Officer, was listed as a resident of New Navy Row in 1812.  [1812]

Samuel Duer, aged 65 years, of Navy Row, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 1st1836.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Duffy, aged 91 years, of William Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 19th 1826.  [DFHS/CD004]

Louis Henry Dugdale was listed as a watch maker at 2 Saint Aubyn Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mr H E Duke KC MP, was the Recorder for the Borough of Devonport in 1914.  [1914-15]

Edmund Dummer (1651-1713), a shipwright by trade, was the Assistant Surveyor of the Navy who planned the construction of the Royal  Dockyard in the Hamoaze, upon which work commenced in 1691.

Ann Duncan, aged 64 years, of Monument Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on August 20th 1837.  [DFHS/CD004]

James Duncan, aged 82 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 12th 1820.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Duncan, aged 66 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 15th 1814.  [DFHS/CD004]

Richard Charles Dungey was listed as a beer retailer at 6 William Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Messrs Dunn and Weymouth, painters and glaziers, was listed as a resident at 14 Cumberland Street in 1830.  [1830]

Eleanor Dunn, aged 82  years, of Cannon Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 9th 1826.  [DFHS/CD004]

Jane Dunn, aged 73 years, of the Workhouse,  was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 19th 1832.  [DFHS/CD004]

Jane Dunn, aged 62 years, of Pembroke Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on August 30th 1835.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Dunn, baker, was listed as a resident of Princes Street in 1812.  [1812]

John Dunn, aged 72 years, of George Street, Plymouth, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 4th 1829.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Dunn, shopkeeper, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

Nat. Dunn, painter, was listed as a resident of James Street in 1812.  [1812]

N Dunn, broker, was listed as a resident at 106 James Street in 1830.  [1830]

Roger Dunn, victualler at the Pack-horse, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

George Dunning, aged 88 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on December 30th 1832.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Dunning, builder, was listed as a resident of Quarry Street in 1812.  [1812]

Margaret Dunning, aged 83 years, of Granby Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 13th 1831.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mr R Dunning, surgeon, was listed as a resident of Saint Aubyn Street in 1812.  [1812]

Richard Dunning MD, was listed as a resident at 7 Albemarle Villa in 1830.  [1830]

Joseph Dunsford, peruke-maker, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

Philip Dunsford, schoolmaster, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

William Dunsford, silversmith, was listed as a resident of Fore Street in 1812.  [1812]

Sydney W Dunston was listed as a confectioner at 23 Tavistock Street; and a florist and fruiterer at 24 Tavistock Street, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Miss Dupré, was listed as a resident at 6 Stoke Terrace in 1830.  [1830]

Ellen W Durant, of Devonport, daughter of a Master-at-Arms, Royal Navy, was an inmate of the Royal British Female Orphan Asylum in July 1894.

Winifred Durant, of Devonport, daughter of a Master-at-Arms, Royal Navy, was an inmate of the Royal British Female Orphan Asylum in July 1894.

Mark Durbin was listed as a butcher at 101 Albert Road, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

George Durham, slopseller, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

Justus Durnford, aged 81 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on August 1st 1820  [DFHS/CD004]

Phillippa Durriey, midwife, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

Timothy Duskell, aged 77 years, of South Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 22nd 1826.  [DFHS/CD004]

Betty Dustin, aged 68 years, of Tavistock Street, Stoke, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 2nd 1831.  [DFHS/CD004]

Christopher Dustin, aged 88 years, of Barrack Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 1st 1836.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Dustin, aged 74 years, of Barrack Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 8th 1829.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Dustin, victualler, was listed as a resident of Pembroke Street in 1812.  [1812]

William Dustin, aged 70 years, of Westwell Street, Plymouth, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on December 5th 1834.  [DFHS/CD004]

Miss Ada Louise Dyer was listed as a music teacher at 17 Godolphin Terrace, Molesworth Road, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Eleanor Dyer, aged 80 years, of North Hill, Plymouth, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 28th 1835.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Dyer, of the Mutton Cove Inn, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

John Dyer, aged 64 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 9th 1815.  [DFHS/CD004]

Sarah Dyer, aged 61 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on August 1st 1813.  [DFHS/CD004]

Samuel Dyer, sawyer's measurer (sic), was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

Sydney Temby Dyer was listed as a shop keeper at5 Yeomans Terrace, Victoria Road, Saint Budeaux, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

William Henry Dyer was listed as licensee of The Shades Public House at 29 York Street in 1914.  1914/D&C]

Mary Dykes, aged 96 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 19th 1814.  [DFHS/CD004]

 

  Some entries on this webpage are courtesy of the Devon Family History Society (DFHS).