OLD DEVONPORT . UK
www.olddevonport.uk
 

  Brian Moseley, Plymouth
Webpage created: February 07, 2016.
Webpage updated: October 19, 2017

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WHO WAS WHO IN OLD DEVONPORT

SURNAMES - E

Mary Eales, aged 97 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 2nd 1815.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Eales, aged 89, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 9th 1817.  [DFHS/CD004]

Earl and Son were listed as painters and glaziers at 21 Marlborough Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

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

Charles Earle, aged 67 years, of the Work House, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on December 31st 1822.  [DFHS/CD004]

Elizabeth Earle, aged 88, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 1st 1824.  [DFHS/CD004]

Frederick Earle was listed as the licensee of the Shakespeare Public House at Ker Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

John and Sydney Earle were listed as dairymen at 42 Albert Road, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Samuel  Earle was listed as a grocer at 2 Benbow Street, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

James Earlidge, soap-boiler and chandler, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

John Earll, plumber, was listed as a resident of Pembroke Street in 1812.  [1812]

John and Samuel Eastabrook were listed as butchers at 17 Tavistock Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

John Henry Eastabrook was listed as having apartments at 31 Pasley Street, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

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

Alice Eastcott, aged 85 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 19th 1824.  [DFHS/CD004]

Margaret Easterbrook, aged 71 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 17th 1824.  [DFHS/CD004]

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

Mr Easterbrook, butcher, was listed as a resident of Boot Lane in 1830.  [1830]

Mr E J Eastlake represented the residents of Pennycross Ward on the Guardians of the Poor in 1914.  [1914-15]

Elizabeth Eastlake, aged 84 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 5th 1836.  [DFHS/CD004]

James Easton, taylor (sic) and salesman, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

James Eastlake, aged 78 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 18th 1816.  [DFHS/CD004]

Grace Easton, aged 71 years, of Windmill Hill, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 8th 1821.  [DFHS/CD004]

James Easton, aged 70 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 23rd 1823.  [DFHS/CD004]

James Easton, solicitor, was listed as a resident of Chapel Street in 1830.  [1830]

Mary Easton, aged 83 years, of Ordnance Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on December 25th 1834.  [DFHS/CD004]

Richard Easton, victualler, was listed as a resident of 1 Queen Street in 1830.  [1830]

William Easton, aged 70 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 25th 1820.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Eastwood was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 28th 1695.  [FMP/PWDRO]

Thomas Eastwood was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 19th 1695.  [FMP/PWDRO]

Mary Eatham, aged 70 years, of Stonehouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on August 31st 1832.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Eathorne,  aged 78 years, of Waterloo Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 24th 1826.  [DFHS/CD004]

Thomas Ebdon, of the Post-office Inn, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

Florence Eddy, aged 86 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on December13th 1831.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Eddy, aged 64 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on August 24th 1818.  [DFHS/CD004]

Sarah Eddy, aged 83 years, of Catherine Lane, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on August 26th 1832.  [DFHS/CD004]

James Edey, aged 76 years, of William Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 2nd 1821.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Edgcombe, aged 82 years, of Cannon Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 28th 18212.  [DFHS/CD004]

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

Thomas Edgcombe, aged 69 years, of Princes Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 24th 1828.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Edgcombe, aged 71 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 13th 1820.  [DFHS/CD004]

Jane Edgecombe, aged 64 years, of Pembroke Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 13th 1831.  [DFHS/CD004]

Thomasin Edgecombe, aged 75 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 22nd 1825.  [DFHS/CD004]

Boaz Edgecumbe was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 7th 1693.  [FMP/PWDRO]

John Edmund, taylor (sic), was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

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

Mrs Harriett Edmunds was listed as having apartments at 41 Haddington Road, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mr Edwards, surgeon, was listed as a resident of Navy Row in 1830.  [1830]

Mr Edwards, teacher of navigation, was listed as a resident of Clowance Street in 1830.  [1830]

Barbara Edwards, aged 81 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 24th 1822.  [DFHS/CD004]

Benjamin Edwards was listed as the licensee of the Crown Public House at 41 to 43 Chapel Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Edward Henry Edwards was listed as a boot maker at 21a King Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

George S Edwards was listed as having refreshment rooms at 29 Marlborough Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Hannah Edwards, aged 88 years, of the Workhouse, Dock, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 18th 1819.  [DFHS/CD004]

Honor Edwards, aged 70, of Bakers Place, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on August 29th 1827.  [DFHS/CD004]

Jenifer Edwards, aged 75 years, of Clowance Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 30th 1834.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Edwards, victualler at the Black Horse, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

John Edwards, aged 70 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 19th 1831.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Edwards, aged 71 years, of Pond Lane, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on August 24th 1835.  [DFHS/CD004]

Joseph Edwards was listed as having apartments at 46 Haddington Road, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mary Edwards, aged 74 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on December 15th 1825.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Edwards, aged 73 years, of Tavistock Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 31st 1836.  [DFHS/CD004]

Reuben Edwards, aged 83 years, of Lime Kiln, Richmond Walk, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on December 6th 1828.  [DFHS/CD004]

Captain Richard Edwards was appointed Commissioner of the Royal Dockyard on June 19th 1711.

William Edwards, victualler, was listed as a resident of 12 Market Street in 1830.  [1830]

William Edwards, gunsmith, etc., was listed as a resident of Market Street in 1830.  [1830]

Mrs Edwards, dressmaker, etc., was listed as a resident of Market Street in 1830.  [1830]

Bertram Edworthy was listed as a beer retailer at 50 Albert Road, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Frank Edworthy was listed as licensee of the Indian Inn at 6 Tavistock Road, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

William Edye, foreman in Dock Yard, was listed as a resident of 10 Somerset Place in 1830.  [1830]

Admiral Sir George le C Egerton was Commander-in-Chief, Plymouth Command, Royal Navy, in 1914.  [1914-15]

Judith Eggins, aged 69 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 26th 1817.  [DFHS/CD004]

Thomas Eggins, aged 60 years, of Princes Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 19th 1828.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Eiggins, aged 62 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 3rd 1813.  [DFHS/CD004]

Cyprian Elford was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 29th 1608.  [FMP/PWDRO]

Jonathan Elford Esquire. was listed as a resident of Saint Aubyn Street in 1812.  [1812]

John Eliott, agerd 83 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on December 17th 1818.  [DFHS/CD004]

Sarah Ellard, aged 64 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 20th 1814.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mr Ellery, Commissioner's Clerk in the Dock Yard, was listed as a resident in 1812.  [1812]

Francis G Ellery was listed as a boot maker at 31 Tavistock Road, Stoke, and as boot repairer at Napier Street, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Thomas Elliot, baker, was listed as a resident of Outbounds in 1812.  [1812]

William Elliot, aged 71 years, of Cannon Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 23rd 1831.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mr Elliott, grocer, was listed as a resident of Cumberland Street in 1830.  [1830]

Elizabeth Elliott, aged 60 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 20th 1821.  [DFHS/CD004]

Ellen C Elliott, of Plymouth, daughter of a Bugle-Major, Royal Marine Light Infantry, was an inmate of the Royal British Female Orphan Asylum in July 1894.

Emma M Elliott, of Plymouth, daughter of a Bugle-Major, Royal Marine Light Infantry, was an inmate of the Royal British Female Orphan Asylum in July 1894.

Ethelbert John Elliott was listed as a furniture dealer at 24 Albert Road, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Frances Elliott, aged 73 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 13th 1818.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Elliott, taylor (sic), was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

John H Elliott was listed as a tailor at 11 Northbrook Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

J Elliott, grocer and tea dealer, was listed as a resident of 83 Fore Street in 1830.  [1830]

J Elliott, mason, was listed as a resident of William Street, Morice Town, in 1830.  [1830]

John Elliott, aged 66 years, of Tamer (sic) Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 26th 1830.  [DFHS/CD004]

Richard Elliott, of the Old Blue Bell Inn, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

Samuel Elliott, aged 73 years, of Plymouth, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 14th 1818.  [DFHS/CD004]

Sarah Elliott, aged 94 years, of George Street, Stonehouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 30th 1826.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mr T Elliott was the Head Master of York Street Elementary School in 1914.  [1914-15]

Thomas Elliott, baker, was listed as a resident of Stoke in 1830.  [1830]

William Elliott, aged 72 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 2nd 1823.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Elliott, coach proprietor, was listed as a resident of the Royal Hotel, 82 Fore Street, in 1830.  [1830]

William Elliott, mason, was listed as a resident of 28 Cumberland Street in 1830.  [1830]

A O Ellis and Company were listed as auctioneers at 70 Saint Aubyn Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Ann Ellis, aged 82 years, of Tavistock Street, Devonport, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 2nd 1831.  [DFHS/CD004]

Ann Ellis, aged 79 years, of King Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on August 15th 1831.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mrs Elizabeth Ellis was listed as a shop keeper at 31 Clowance Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mrs Emily Ellis was listed as running a private school at 10 Milne Place, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Frederick Ellis was listed as a beer retailer at 8 Pembroke Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Henry Ellis, aged 67 years, of Gun Lane, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 27th 1828.  [DFHS/CD004]

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

James Ellis, cordwainer, was listed as a resident of Fore Street in 1812.  [1812]

James Ellis, boot and shoemaker, was listed as a resident of 67 Fore Street in 1830.  [1830]

James Ellis, broker, was listed as a resident of Princes Street in 1812.  [1812]

James Ellis, auctioneer, was listed as a resident of 3 James Street in 1830.  [1830]

James Ellis was listed as a draughtsman at 6 Mount Edgcumbe Terrace, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

James Henry Ellis was listed as a beer retailer at Keyham Road, Morice Tiown, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Jane Ellis, aged 61 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 1st 1825.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Ellis, aged 60 years, of Canterbury Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on August 5th 1832.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Ellis was listed as having apartments at 21 Stoke Terrace, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

John Ellis was listed as a butcher at 34 Devonport Market in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Joseph Ellis, aged 65 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 16th 1826.  [DFHS/CD004]

Richard Ellis, Beadle, was listed as a resident of 68 Fore Street in 1830.  [1830]

Robert Ellis, baker, was listed as a resident of Queen Street in 1830.  [1830]

Sarah Ellis, aged 75 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 7th 18221.  [DFHS/CD004]

Thomas Ellis, aged 66 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 9th 1815.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Ellis, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 12th 1826.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Ellison, aged 67 years, of 3rd Ope, Cornwall Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 11th 1829.  [DFHS/CD004]

William John Ellston was listed as an insurance agent at 51 Onslow Road, Weston Peverel, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

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

Mr J Elms was the first Superintendent Registrar of Devonport, succeeded in 1857 by Mr R B Oram.

James Elms, silversmith and watchmaker, was listed as a resident of 11 Duke Street in 1830.  [1830]

Samuel Elph, aged 70 years, of Pembroke Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 19th 1837.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Elves, aged 77 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 12th 1814.  [DFHS/CD004]

John and Henry Elworthy, solicitors, was listed as a resident of 11 George Street in 1830.  [1830]

Thomas Elworthy, cordwainer, was listed as a resident of Saint Aubyn Street in 1812.  [1812]

Thomas Elworthy, boot and shoemaker to HRH the Duke of Clarence, was listed as a resident of 62 Saint Aubyn Street in 1830.  [1830]

Abraham Emanuel, jeweller and silversmith, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

Abraham Emanuel, silversmith, was listed as a resident of James Street in 1812.  [1812]

Edward Embling, aged 62 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on August 8th 1836.  [DFHS/CD004]

Thomasin Endercott, aged 88 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 16th 1820.  [DFHS/CD004]

Charles England was listed as a boot maker at 1 Station Road, Ford, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Edward England, hair-dresser, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

Louisa M England, of Torpoint, daughter of a Bandsman, Royal Navy, was an inmate of the Royal British Female Orphan Asylum in July 1894.

William England, aged 70 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 2nd 1815.  [DFHS/CD004]

Rear-Admiral Philip King Enright CB  CBE was appointed Admiral-Superintendent of the Royal Dockyard on February 6th 1950.

Blanch Epplett, aged 68 years, of Marlborough Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on December 26th 1831.  [DFHS/CD004]

Abraham Erlich was listed as a cap maker at  28 Edinburgh Road in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mrs Elizabeth Escott was listed as a shop keeper at 28 Market Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

William Escott was listed as a butcher at 57 FleetStreet, Keyham, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mr T G Essenhigh was a Councillor for Station Ward on Devonport Borough Council and represented the residents of Station Ward on the Guardians of the Poor in 1914.  [1914-15]

Elizabeth Essery, aged 89 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 12th 1823.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Esterbrook, butcher, was listed as a resident of 3 Barrack Street in 1830.  [1830]

Jane Ettles, aged 67, of Gloster (sic) [Gloucester] Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 15th 1826.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Eustace was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 26th 1692.  [FMP/PWDRO]

John Vernon Eva was listed as having apartments at 13 Haddington Road, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Reverend David Evans, of the Classical and Mathematical School, was listed as a resident of Cumberland Street in 1812.  [1812]

Elizabeth Evans, aged 84 years,  was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 17th 1816.  [DFHS/CD004]

Elizabeth Evans, aged 68 years, of Union  Street, Stonehouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 16th 1829.  [DFHS/CD004]

Esther Evans, aged 70 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 28th 1825.  [DFHS/CD004]

Evan Evans, druggist, was listed as a resident of Pembroke Street in 1812.  [1812]

Evan Evans, druggist, was listed as a resident of Queen Street in 1812.  [1812]

George Thomas Evans was listed as a blacksmith at 22 Back of William Street, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Isaac Evans, aged 67 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 2nd 1834.  [DFHS/CD004]

Jane Evans, aged 91 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 4th 1823.  [DFHS/CD004]

Jane Evans, aged 70 years, of Holmans Buildings, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 16th 1830.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Evans, china, glass, and Staffordshire warehouse, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

John Evans, aged 88 years, of the Workhouse, Dock, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 31st 1813.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Evans, aged 87 years, of Navy Row, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 20th 1830.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Evans, aged 78 years, of Navy Row, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 5th 1829.  [DFHS/CD004]

Peggy Evans, aged 77 years, of Trafalgar Court, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 27th 1827.  [DFHS/CD004]

Samuel Evans, grocer, was listed as a resident of 30 Catherine Street in 1830.  [1830]

Susanna Evans, aged 84 years, of Chapel Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 6th 1830.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Evans, of the Dock Gates Inn, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

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

William Evans, surgeon, was listed as a resident of 3 Queen Street in 1830.  [1830]

William Evans, aged 63 years, of Queen Street Ope, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 3rd 1830.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Evans was listed as a shop keeper at 65 James Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Edith Maud Eveleigh, of Stonehouse, daughter of a Private, Royal Marine Light Infantry, was an inmate of the Royal British Female Orphan Asylum in July 1894.

Kate Eveleigh, of Stonehouse, daughter of a Private, Royal Marine Light Infantry, was an inmate of the Royal British Female Orphan Asylum in July 1894.

Martha Eveling, aged 62 years, of Granby Ope, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 6th 1821.  [DFHS/CD004]

Joseph Evens, aged 79 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on December 14th 1822.  [DFHS/CD004]

George Everest, clerk in the Dock Yard, was listed as a resident of 22 Stoke Terrace in 1830.  [1830]

E Every, victualler, was listed as a resident of Ordnance Street in 1830.  [1830]

Mary Every, aged 70 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 20th 1823.  [DFHS/CD004]

Thomas Every, mercer, was listed as a resident of King Street in 1812.  [1812]

James Eyles, aged 2 years and 10 months, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church in 1813.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Eyles, salesman, was listed as a resident of James Street in 1812.  [1812]

Mr P Ezekiel, silversmith, was listed as a resident of Duke Street in 1812.  [1812]

P Ezekiel, watchmaker, was listed as a resident of Duke Street in 1830.  [1830]

 

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