OLD DEVONPORT . UK
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  Brian Moseley, Plymouth
Webpage created: February 07, 2016.
Webpage updated: October 20, 2017

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WHO WAS WHO IN OLD DEVONPORT

SURNAMES - F

Francis Faber, aged 80 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 18th 1815.  [DFHS/CD004]

Elizabeth Fabes, aged 74 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 4th 1824.  [DFHS/CD004]

Elizabeth Fabien, aged 66 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 10th 1813.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mr J Facey, ironmonger, was listed as a resident of 33 Cumberland Street in 1830.  [1830]

Thomas Fairchild, aged 63 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 6th 1815.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Fairweather, aged 84 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 28th 1824.  [DFHS/CD004]

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

Captain Robert Fanshawe was appointed Commissioner of the Royal Dockyard on November 13th 1789.

Robert Fanshawe Esquire, Commissioner, Dock Yard, was listed as a resident in 1812.  [1812]

--?-- Farland was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 16th 1696.  [FMP/PWDRO]

William Farley, draper, was listed as a resident of Catharine Street in 1812.  [1812]

John Farlow, aged 62 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 30th 1819.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Farlow, aged 70 years, of Princes Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 25th 1829.  [DFHS/CD004]

Joanna Farmouth, aged 77 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 7th 1816.  [DFHS/CD004]

Ellen E Faro, of Sheerness, daughter of a Signalman, Royal Navy, was an inmate of the Royal British Female Orphan Asylum in July 1894.

William Farrel, aged 60 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on August 13th 1819.  [DFHS/CD004]

Ada Farrell, of Weymouth, daughter of a Sapper, Royal Engineers, was an inmate of the Royal British Female Orphan Asylum in July 1894.

William Farrell was listed as a cycle dealer at 40 Marlborough Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Cecil Farrow was listed as a confectioner at 10a Marlborough Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C] 

Elizabeth Farthing, umbrella manufacturer, was listed as a resident of 95 Pembroke Street in 1830.  [1830]

John Farthing, umbrella maker, was listed as a resident of Pembroke Street in 1812.  [1812]

Elizabeth Fatterell was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 10th 1693.  [FMP/PWDRO]

Edward Faul, shoemaker, was listed as a resident of 66 Saint Aubyn Street in 1830.  [1830]

William Favey, confectioner to HRH the Duke of Clarence, was listed as a resident of 51 Fore Street in 1830.  [1830]

William Isaac Favey, aged 60 years, of Fore Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 7th 1837.  [DFHS/CD004]

Catherine Fawcett, of Birmingham, daughter of a Battery Sergeant-Major, Royal Artillery, was an inmate of the Royal British Female Orphan Asylum in July 1894.

Jane Fawden, aged 85 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 3rd 1822.  [DFHS/CD004]

Ann Fawkes, aged 84 years, of James Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 12th 1834.  [DFHS/CD004]

Charles Fawkes, watch-maker, was listed as a resident of James Street in 1812.  [1812]

Charles Fawkes, victualler, was listed as a resident of George Street in 1830.  [1830]

William Fawkes, of the Phaeton Frigate, was listed as a resident of Pembroke Street in 1812.  [1812]

James Frederick Feabes was listed as licensee of the Friendship Inn at 37 Albert Road, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Frederick Fealey was listed as a musical instrument repairer at 9 Catherine Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Miss Feeney was Head Mistress of the Infants' Department at the Keyham Barton Roman Catholic Mixed Elementary School in 1914.  [1914-15]

Mrs Beatrice Elena Feeney was listed as a fishmonger at 77 Pembroke Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

John Fegan, aged 65 years, of Monument Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 6th 1830.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mathew Fell, aged 85 years, of Pembroke Street, Dock, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 25th 1821.  [DFHS/CD004]

Ann Fellen, aged 83 years, of Samlles Court, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 8th 1831.  [DFHS/CD004]

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

William atte Fenne was listed as a resident of the Parish of Weston Peverel (Pennycross) in the Devonshire Lay Subsidy of 1332.  [Erskine: D&CRS, 1969]

Mr T Fenwick, draper, was listed as a resident of Duke Street in 1812.  [1812]

William Ferguson was listed as a stationer at 7 Albert Road, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

John Newbery Fraser Fergusson BA, MB, BC, MRCS England, LRCP London, was listed as a physician and surgeon at 1 Beauchamp Crescent, Weston Peverel, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]   

Ann Fero, aged 60 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 21st 1814.  [DFHS/CD004]

Henry Ferraro was listed as licensee of the Keyham Spirit Vaults Public House at  13 Albert Road, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Elizabeth Ferris, aged 77 years, of Mount Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 18th 1829.  [DFHS/CD004]

Reverend Henry Ferris AB (sic), lecturer at Saint John's Chapel, was listed as a resident at 6 Chapel Street in 1830.  [1830 Additional names]

John Ferris, aged 71 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 5th 1835.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Ferris was listed as a boot maker at 35 John Street, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Reverend Thomas Ferris MA, chaplain of HMS "Saint Vincent", was listed as a resident as a resident of Devonport in 1830.  [1830 Additional names]

Thomas Fewell, aged 75 years, of Pembroke Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 1st1835.  [DFHS/CD004]

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

Mary Field, aged 77 years, of Cornwall Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on December 19th 1834.  [DFHS/CD004]

Owen Fielding, aged 73 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 11th 1817.  [DFHS/CD004]

Owen Fielding, working silversmith, was listed as a resident of 23 Mount Street in 1830.  [1830]

Owen Fielding, aged 54 years, of Mount Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 16th1836.  [DFHS/CD004]

Sarah Fielding, aged 64 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 14th 1813.  [DFHS/CD004]

Ann Fi-gry, aged 66 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 27th 1835.  [DFHS/CD004]

Victoria M Filewood, of Saint Mawes, daughter of a Chief Boatman, Coastguards, was an inmate of the Royal British Female Orphan Asylum in July 1894.

George Filmer, timber converter in Dock yard, was listed as a resident of Trafalgar Row in 1830.  [1830]

Frederick Finch was listed as licensee of the Brown Bear Public House at 20 Chapel Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Robert Finch, aged 62 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 13th 1822.  [DFHS/CD004]

Elsabeth Fincham was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 26th 1595.  (See Emme, below)  [FMP/PWDRO]

Emme Fincham was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 26th 1595.  (See Elsabeth, above)  [FMP/PWDRO]

John Fincham was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 21st 1595.  [FMP/PWDRO]

Pascho Fincham was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 16th 1595.  [FMP/PWDRO]

Mrs Fanny A Findlay was listed as a drug stores at 67 George Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

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

Richard Finemoore was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

John Finemore, aged 62 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 27th 1817.  [DFHS/CD004]

Richard Finemore, aged 74 years, of Pembroke Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 29th 1831.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Finemore, confectioner, was listed as a resident of Catherine Street in 1830.  [1830]

Ann Finn, aged 66 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 9th 1825.  [DFHS/CD004]

Elizabeth Fisher, aged 76 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on August 18th 1828.  [DFHS/CD004]

Henry Fisher, of the Half Moon, was listed as a resident of Pembroke Street in 1812.  [1812]

John Fisher, aged 79 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 6th 1826.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Fisher, aged 73 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 17th 1818.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Fisher, of the Half-moon Inn, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

Mr R J Fittall was the Town Clerk and Clerk to the Urban Sanitary Authority, Clerk of the Peace, and Clerk to the Pension Committee for Devonport Borough Council in 1914.  [1914-15]

Robert John Fittall was listed as solicitor, town clerk and clerk of the peace for Devonport, at the Municipal Offices, 29, 30 and 31 Ker Street, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Ann Fitzpatrick, aged 68 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on December 30th 1819.  [DFHS/CD004]

Hugh Fitzpatrick was listed as licensee of the Standard Inn at 8 Queen Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Peter Fitzpatrick, aged 68 years, of Cherry Garden Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 28th 1827.  [DFHS/CD004]

Miss L Fitzwater was Headmistress of Camel's Head Elementary School in 1914.  [1914-15]

Ellen Kate Flanaghan, of Romsey, daughter of a Gunner, Royal Artillery, was an inmate of the Royal British Female Orphan Asylum in July 1894.

Rebecca Flaxman, aged 67 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 1st 1819.  [DFHS/CD004]

Fleming, Reid and Company Ltd were listed as hosiery manufacturers at 83 Fore Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Eleanor Fleming, aged 81 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 11th 1819.  [DFHS/CD004]

Robert John Fleming MB, DPH, was listed as surgeon and medical officer for the second district of Devonport Parish at 2 Outram Terrace, Stoke, and 58 Chapel Street, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

George Flemming was listed as a boat owner at Richmond Walk in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Albert Robert Fletcher was listed as licensee of the New Pier Spirit Vaults Public House at 63 James Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Bridget Fletcher, of the Liverpool Inn, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

John William Fletcher was listed as a wardrobe dealer at 12 Cornwall Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Robert Fletcher was listed as a confectioner at 37 Granby Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Sarah Fletcher, aged 78 years, of Pembroke Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 15th 1837.  [DFHS/CD004]

Henry Flexman, aged 70 years, of the Workhouse, Dock, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 14th 1813.  [DFHS/CD004]

Thomas Flexman, aged 72 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 3rd 1817.  [DFHS/CD004]

Michael Flinn, aged 70 years, of the Workhouse, Dock, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 23rd 1817.  [DFHS/CD004]

Cassandra Flood, aged 77 years, of George Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 8th 1832.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Flood, aged 67 years, of Monument Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on December 9th 1832.  [DFHS/CD004]

Ada Rose Flude, of Plymouth, daughter of a Bombardier, Royal Artillery, was an inmate of the Royal British Female Orphan Asylum in July 1894.

Sidney Flynn was listed as an insurance agent at 44 Hamilton Street, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Messrs Foot and Son, solicitors, was listed as a resident of Chapel Street in 1830.  [1830]

Caroline Foot, aged 71 years, of George Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 27th 1834.  [DFHS/CD004]

Charity Foot, aged 72 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on Januray 26th 1825.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mr J Foot, clerk in Dock Yard, was listed as a resident of Fore Street in 1830.  [1830]

Mr J Foot, Surveyor of Taxes, was listed as a resident of 25 Saint Aubyn Street in 1830.  [1830]

James Foot, aged 65 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 10th 1819.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Foot, aged 73 years, of Mount Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 14th 1835.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Foot, Surveyor of Taxes, etc., was listed as a resident of Saint Aubyn Street in 1812.  [1812]

John Foot and Company were listed as tailors at 61 Fore Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

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

Jonas Foot, cordwainer, was listed as a resident of Fore Street in 1812.  [1812]

Mrs Mary Jane Foot was listed as having apartments at 5 Pasley Street, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Richard Foot, clerk in transport service, was listed as a resident of New Navy Row in 1812.  [1812]

Reverend S Foot, was listed as a resident of Somerset Place in 1830.  [1830]

William Foot, solicitor, was listed as a resident of Outbounds in 1812.  [1812]

William Foot senior, was listed as a resident of 1 Stoke Terrace in 1830.  [1830]

Captain J Forbes, artillery, was listed as a resident of Outbounds in 1812.  [1812]

James Forcey, 60 years, of Water Lane, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 1st 1832.  [DFHS/CD004]

Messrs Ford and Stevens, straw hat makers, was listed as a resident of Pore (sic) Street in 1830.  [1830]

Miss Ford was the Head Mistress of Saint Stephen's Church of England Elementary School in 1914.  [1914-15]

Ann Ford, of the Bird-in-Hand Inn, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

Ann Ford, aged 71 years, of Braggs Alley, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 2nd 1821.  [DFHS/CD004]

Ann Ford, aged 77 years, of Monument Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 20th 1832.  [DFHS/CD004]

Catherine Ford, aged 69 years, of Church Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 22nd 1834.  [DFHS/CD004]

Edward Ford, ironmonger, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

Edward Ford, ironmonger, was listed as a resident of Fore Street in 1812.  [1812]

Edward Ford, aged 82 years, of Pembroke Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 23rd 1821.  [DFHS/CD004]

Edwin Ford was listed as an insurance agent at 21 Alcester Street, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Elizabeth Ford, aged 79 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 27th 1814.  [DFHS/CD004]

Elizabeth Ford, aged 70 years, of Granby Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on August 6th 1829.  [DFHS/CD004]

John atte Ford was listed as a resident of the Parish of Stoke Damerel in the Devonshire Lay Subsidy of 1332.  [Erskine: D&CRS, 1969]

John Ford, tinman, was listed as a resident of Tavistock Lane in 1812.  [1812]

John Ford, boot and shoemaker, was listed as a resident of 1 King Street in 1830.  [1830]

John Moyce Ford was listed as an insurance agent at 21 Alcester Street, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mary Ford, aged 73 years, of Duke Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 16th 1826.  [DFHS/CD004]

Michael Ford, lodging house, was listed as a resident of Chapel Street in 1830.  [1830]

Sarah Ford, aged 78 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January19th 1817.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Ford, aged 64 years, of Duke Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 12th 1830.  [DFHS/CD004]

Diggory Forrest Esquire, Admiral's Secretary, was listed as a resident of George Street in 1812.  [1812]

Miss Elsie Blanche Forrest was listed as a teacher of music at 71 Charlotte Street, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Elizabeth Forsdyke, aged 71 years, of Gloucester Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 21st 1837.  [DFHS/CD004]

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

James Forster, builder, was listed as a resident of Windmill Street in 1812.  [1812]

John Forster, draper, was listed as a resident of Catharine Street in 1812.  [1812]

William H Forster was listed as an engraver at 21 Princes Street in1914.  [1914/D&C]

Charles Forsyth, aged 72 years, of Cobourg Street, [Plymouth], was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 17th 1834.  [DFHS/CD004]

George Forsyth, forager, was listed as a resident of George Street in 1830.  [1830]

George Forsyth, aged 62 years, of the back of George Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 28th 1836.  [DFHS/CD004]

Bodley Spettigue Fortescue, son of John and Mar, was baptized at Saint Budeaux Parish Church on July 14th 1749.

Bodley Spettigue Fortescue married Miss Sarah Avent at Saint Budeaux Parish Church on April 22nd 1781.

Bodley Spettigue Fortescue was buried at Saint Budeaux Parish Church on July 3rd 1793.

Ann Fortune, aged 86 years, of Queen Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 7th 1821.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Forward, baker, was listed as a resident of Pembroke Street in 1812.  [1812]

Arthur Foss was listed as a hair dresser at 111 Charlotte Street, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mary Foss, aged 78 years, of Chapel Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 5th 1832.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Foss, aged 80 years, of Plymouth Old Town, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 5th 1826.  [DFHS/CD004]

Anne Fossen was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on August 4th 1601.  [FMP/PWDRO]

Agnes Foster, of Devonport, daughter of a Private, Royal Marine Light Infantry, was an inmate of the Royal British Female Orphan Asylum in July 1894.

Francis Foster, aged 71 years, of King Street, Plymouth, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 15th 1830.  [DFHS/CD004]

Gordon Foster was listed as a hosier at 114 Fore Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

James Foster, carpenter and joiner, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

John Foster, mercer and draper, was listed as a resident of 31 Catherine Street in 1830.  [1830]

Mary Foster, cook-shop, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

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

Sarah Foster, aged 73 years, of King Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on December 24th 1831.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mr Foster was the Instructor at the Handicraft (Woodwork) Centre at Morice Town School in 1914.  [1914-15]

Susanna Fotheringham, aged 82 years, of Portland Place, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 24th 1831.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Fotheringham, aged 81 years, of Portland Place, Morice Town, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 20th 1828.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mr J Fouracre(sic), foreman, was listed as a resident of the Gun Wharf in 1830.  [1830]

Joseph Fouracres (sic), aged 78 years, of Gunwharf Gate, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 15th 1836.  [DFHS/CD004]

Miss Elizabeth Evelyn May Fowell was listed as a teacher of music at 51 Belair Road, Weston Peverel, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Grace Angle Fowell, aged 60 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on Novmeber 5th 1820.  [DFHS/CD004]

Joanna Fowell, aged 70 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 28th 1832.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Fowell, measurer in the Dock Yard, was listed as a resident of Clowance Street in 1830.  [1830]

Margaret Fowill, aged 76 years, of Pembroke Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 4th 1835.  [DFHS/CD004]

Ebenezer Fowler, aged 63 years, of Navy Row, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 30th 1833.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Fowler, aged 75 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 1st 1823.  [DFHS/CD004]

Richard Fowler was listed as a shop keeper at 82 Pembroek Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mr S N Fowler was the Station Master at Saint Budeaux Railway Station for the London and South Western Railway Company in 1914.  [1914-15]

Mary Fowley, aged 77 years, of the Workhouse, Plymouth, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 9th 1826.  [DFHS/CD004]

Fox and Company, wine and spirit merchants, was listed as a resident of 6 Catherine Street in 1830.  [1830]

Fox, Eliott and Company Ltd were listed as timber importers and steam saw mill proprietors at Richmond Walk in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Benjamin Fox, was listed as a resident of Stoke Terrace in 1830.  [1830]

Mrs Bessie Fox was listed as a ladies' underclothing warehouse at 58 Saint Aubyn Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mrs Blanche Fox was listed as a draper at 24 Market Street and at 9 Pembroek Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

John Fox, grocer and tea-dealer, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

John Fox, aged 77 years, of Navy Row, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 11th 1830.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Fox, aged 79 years, of Water Lane, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 31st 1821.  [DFHS/CD004]

Robert Fox, aged 68 years, of Market Lane, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 11th 1831.  [DFHS/CD004]

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

Ann Francis, aged 72 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 14th 1824.  [DFHS/CD004]

Frederick Francis was listed as a dairy at 60 Gloucester Street, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mr G Franklyn, of the White Lion Inn, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

James Franklyn, importer of Irish linen, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

James Francis, aged 67 years, of William Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 25th 1831.  [DFHS/CD004]

Ann Franklyn, aged 61 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on December 31st 1818.  [DFHS/CD004]

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

Thomas Franklyn, innkeeper and wine and spirit merchant, was listed as a resident of Fore Street in 1830.  [1830]

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

Daniel Frazer, aged 67 years, of Gun Lane, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 14th 1833.  [DFHS/CD004]

Ann Frazier, aged 90 years, of Prospect Row, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 12th 1821.  [DFHS/CD004]

Frances Frazier, aged 65 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 20th 1814.  [DFHS/CD004]

Fredman and Sons were listed as house agents at 33 Fore Street and at York Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Aaron Fredman represented the residents of Saint John's Ward on the Guardians of the Poor in 1914.  [1914-15]

Mr I Fredman was a Councillor for Saint John's Ward on Devonport Borough Council in 1914.  [1914-15]

Myer Fredman was the Mayor of Devonport for 1911-12; Deputy Mayor of Devonport for 1914-15, and the Alderman representing Nelson Ward on Devonport Borough Council in 1914.  [1914-15]

Myer Fredman was listed as a jeweller at 48 Fore Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mrs Kate Freegard was listed as a shop keeper at 86a Charlotte Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Joseph Freeman was listed as a watch and clock maker at 14a Fore Street and at 23 Marlborough Street and at 22 William Street, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Richard Freeman, coast-waiter, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

Mary Frelwing, aged 78 years, of Elizabeth Row, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 29th 18323.  [DFHS/CD004]

Charles H French was listed as an insurance agent at 48 Alcester Street, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mrs Elizabeth French was listed as a shop keeper at 68 Victory Street, Keyham, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

John French, aged 87 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 25th 1824.  [DFHS/CD004]

William French, aged 84 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 22nd 1818.  [DFHS/CD004]

Abraham Frey, clerk, was listed as a resident of Tamer (sic) Street in 1812.  [1812]

Elizabeth Friend, aged 85 years, of Ordnance Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 3rd 1828.  [DFHS/CD004]

Elizabeth Friend, aged 82 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on December 21st 1834.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Friend, aged 85, of the Workhouse Poor, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 19th 1830.  [DFHS/CD004]

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

Richard Friend, aged 81 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 23rd 1820.  [DFHS/CD004]

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

Edward Friswell was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 26th 1601.  [FMP/PWDRO]

John Frood, aged 78 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 7th 1813.  [DFHS/CD004]

Richard Frood, aged 78 years, of Francis Alley, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 24th 1834.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mr C Frost was the Manager of the Tivoli Theatre in 1914.  [1914-15]

Elizabeth Frost, aged 73 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 30th 1815.  [DFHS/CD004]

Harry John Frost was listed as running the Saint Aubyn Wine and Spirit Stores at 38 Saint Aubyn Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Herbert William Frost was listed as a baker at 35 Catherine Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

John Frost, aged 65 years, of Chappel (sic) Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 14th 1829.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Frost was listed as a butcher at 49 Devonport Market in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mary Frost, aged 77 years, of Pembroke Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 24th 1830.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Frost, victualler, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

William  Frost was listed as licensee of the New London Inn at 71 Fore Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Elizabeth Frowde, aged 93 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 25th 1823.  [DFHS/CD004]

Francis Fry was listed as a shop keeper at West Ham Terrace, Camel's Head, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Frederick Francis Fry was listed as having apartments at 5 Valletort Street, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

George Fry was listed as a confectioner at 76 George Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

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

Samuel Fry, draper, was listed as a resident of North Corner Street in 1812.  [1812]

Samuel Fry, merchant, was listed as a resident of 71 James Street in 1830.  [1830]

Joan Fryatt, aged 69 years, of Stoke Village, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 28th 1821.  [DFHS/CD004]

Eva Mary Fryett, of Chelmsford, daughter of a Sergeant, Royal Artillery, was an inmate of the Royal British Female Orphan Asylum in July 1894.

Chrystopher Furland was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 25th 1601.  [FMP/PWDRO]

Arthur Furnace, aged 79 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 6th 1823.  [DFHS/CD004]

Elizabeth Furnace, aged 76 years, of the Work House, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 8th 1823.  [DFHS/CD004]

Charles B Furneaux was listed as a provision merchant at 50 and 52 Marlborough Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Charles Blatchford Furneaux represented the residents of Morice Ward on the Guardians of the Poor in 1914.  [1914-15]

H Furneaux, of Sevilly (sic) [Swilly], was listed as a resident of Outbounds in 1812.  [1812]

John Furneaux was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 4th 1690.  [FMP/PWDRO]

John Richard Furse was listed as a builder at Jessamine Lane in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

William Furse was listed as an insurance agent at 26 Harbour View Terrace, Saint Budeaux, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Ann Fursey ?, aged 74 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 9th 1836.  [DFHS/CD004]

Ann Fursman, aged 87 years, of Union Street, [Stonehouse], was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 22nd 1828.  [DFHS/CD004]

Susanna Fursman, aged 72 years, of John Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 4th 1832.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Charles Furze was listed as having apartments at 37 Princes Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Richard Furzey, aged 73 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 20th 1833.  [DFHS/CD004]

 

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