OLD DEVONPORT . UK
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  Brian Moseley, Plymouth
Webpage created: February 07, 2016.
Webpage updated: November 22, 2017

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WHO WAS WHO IN OLD DEVONPORT

SURNAMES - L

Anthony La Barre, pilot, was listed as a resident of the Old Gun Wharf in 1812.  [1812]

Ann Labdon, aged 68 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 9th 1820.  [DFHS/CD004]

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

Captain Sir John Laforey, Bart., was appointed Commissioner of the Royal Dockyard on May 6th 1784.

Johnaddan Lagourgue, aged 69 years, of Tamar Terrace, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 12th 1834.  [DFHS/CD004]

Messrs Lainson and Company, mercers and drapers, were listed as resident at London House, Catherine Street in 1830.  [1830]

Amy Laird, of Liverpool, daughter of a Sergeant, Royal Artillery, who died Insane from injuries received in the Service, was an inmate of the Royal British Female Orphan Asylum in July 1894.

Richard J Laity was Mayor of Devonport for 1854-55, 1858-59 and 1862-63.

Ann Lake, aged 72 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 27th 1814.  [DFHS/CD004]

George Lake and Company were listed as outfitters at 36 Marlborough Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Captain J Lake, Royal Navy, was listed as a resident of Outbounds in 1812.  [1812]

Miss Molly Lakeman was listed as a newsagent at 40 Catherine Street in 1914.

Mrs Louisa Lallis was listed as having apartments at 95 Saint Levan Road, Forde (sic), in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Charles John Lamb LDS England,  was listed as a dentist at 2 Saint Aubyn Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mr F Lamb, worsted manufacturer, was listed as a resident of 102 James Street in 1830.  [1830]

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

William H Lamb, of 7 Chapel Street, was the Registrar of Births and Deaths for the Saint Aubyn sub-district in 1914.  [1914-15]

William Harold Lamb was listed as auctioneer and Registrar of Births and Deaths for the Saint Aubyn sub-district of Devonport Parish and also agent for the "Allan" Line Royal Mail steamers at 7 and 65a Chapel Street in 1914.

John Lambert, auctioneer and land surveyor, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

John Lambert, notary, was listed as a resident of Fore Street in 1812.  [1812]

John Skinner Lambert, aged 75 years, of Chapel Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 23rd 1826.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Alfred Lamble was listed as a chemist at 22 Pembroke Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

John Lampen, grocer and cheesemonger, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

Richard Lampen, grocer, was listed as a resident of Market Street in 1812.  [1812]

George Lampey, aged 60 years, of John Street, Morice Town, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 1st 1834.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mrs Elizabeth Jane Lampin was lusted as a nurse at 144 Alexandra Road, Ford, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Susanna Lampin, aged 82 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 17th 1832.  [DFHS/CD004]

Thomas Lampin, was listed as a resident in 1812.  [1812]

Henry Lamport, watchmaker, was listed as a resident of Pembroke Street in 1812.  [1812]

Lampshire and Company were listed as fancy drapers at 25 Tavistock Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Nicholas Lamswood, victualler, was listed as a resident of Pembroke Street in 1812.  [1812]

James Lancaster, tinman, was listed as a resident of James Street in 1812.  [1812]

Jenny Lancaster, aged 67 years, of Paradise Row, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 2nd 1832.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Lancaster, aged 77 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 23rd 1824.  [DFHS/CD004]

Thomas Lancaster, watchmaker, was listed as a resident of 56 Queen Street in 1830.  [1830]

Mr W Lancaster, was listed as Master of the Workhouse in 1830.  [1830]

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

William Lancaster, watchmaker, was listed as a resident of Queen Street in 1812.  [1812]

William Lancaster, aged 72 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 16th 1820.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Lancaster, organist, was listed as a resident of 21 Chapel Street in 1830.  [1830]

Charles L Lander MB BS BSc MRCS LRCP was listed as a physician and surgeon at 14 Mount Edgcumbe Terrace, Stoke, and a surgery at 145 Alexandra Road, Ford, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

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

James Nicholas Lander was listed as a hair dresser at 57 Tavistock Road, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Thomasin Lander, aged 72 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 1st 1825.  [DFHS/CD004]

Walter Lander was listed as a typewriter (?) at 11 Saint Aubyn Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Sarah Landery, aged 77 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 4th 1825.  [DFHS/CD004]

Jacob Landick, aged 64 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 5th 1814.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Landick, aged 67 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on December 19th 1824.  [DFHS/CD004]

Benjamin Landrey, aged 60 years, of the Back of Cornwall Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 2nd 1836.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mr Lane, pork butcher, was listed as a resident of Cumberland Street in 1830.  [1830]

Edward Lane, aged 698 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 27th 1825.  [DFHS/CD004]

Elizabeth Lane, aged 64 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 23rd 1814.  [DFHS/CD004]

Honor Lane, aged 67 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on December 19th 1816.  [DFHS/CD004]

Miss/Mrs J Lane, dressmaker, was listed as a resident of 32 Princess (sic) Street in 1830.  [1830]

Lilian Lane, of Heavitree, daughter of a Commissioned Boatman, Coastguards, was an inmate of the Royal British Female Orphan Asylum in July 1894.

Robert Lane, aged 63 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 10th 1816.  [DFHS/CD004]

Samuel Lane was listed at the Golden Lion in Fore Street in 1812.  [1812]

Samuel Lane, aged 76 years, of Morice Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 1st 1826.  [DFHS/CD004]

Samuel Lane, victualler, was listed as a resident of 13 Catherine Street in 1830.  [1830]

Mr Lang, silversmith, was listed as a resident of Boot Lane in 1830.  [1830]

Charles Lang, foreman in Dock-Yard, was listed as a resident of 12 Wellington Street in 1830.  [1830]

Grace Lang, aged 65 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 9th 1823.  [DFHS/CD004]

Jane Lang, aged 63 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 8th 1823.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Lang, aged 71 years, of Dock Wall Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 15th 1832.  [DFHS/CD004]

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

Samuel Lang, lodgings, was listed as a resident of 46 Chapel Street in 1830.  [1830]

Mr W R Lang, student of Naval architecture, was listed as a resident of Wellington Street in 1830.  [1830 Additional Names]

Mr Langdon, timber merchant, was listed as a resident of Princess (sic) Street in 1830.  [1830]

Catherine Langdon, aged 63 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on December 4th 1814.  [DFHS/CD004]

Christiana Langdon, aged 67 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 9th 1834.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Langdon, aged 73 years, of Fore Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on December 16th 1832.  [DFHS/CD004]

Richard Langdon, aged 82 years, of Wilcove, East Anthonby, [Cornwall], was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on Novmeber 6th 1831.  [DFHS/CD004]

Thomas Langdon, soap-boiler, was listed as a resident of Duke Street in 1812.  [1812]

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

Benjamin Langford, aged 72 years, Out Poor, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 19th 1831.  [DFHS/CD004]

Christopher Langmaid was listed as having apartments at 5 Beyrout Place, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Sydney Langmaid was listed as licensee of the Royal Albert Public House at 29 Martin Terrace, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Grace Langmead, aged 80 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 24th 1813.  [DFHS/CD004]

Harry Langmead was listed as a wheelwright at Ordnance Lane in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

John Langmead, aged 70 years, of the Workhouse, Dock, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 28th 1813.  [DFHS/CD004]

Robert Langmead, victualler, was listed as a resident of Ker Street in 1830.  [1830]

Christopher Langworthy, aged 75 years, of Tavistock Street, Stoke, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 19th 1831.  [DFHS/CD004]

Elizabeth Lanyon, aged 88 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 9th 1832.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Lanyon, aged 80 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 24th 1830.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Larcombe, aged 63 years, of Chapel Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 8th 1834.  [DFHS/CD004]

James Lardeau, aged 66 years, of Pembroke Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on August 28th 1834  [DFHS/CD004]

Lavinia Lardeaux, of Devonport, daughter of a Armourer, Royal Navy, was an inmate of the Royal British Female Orphan Asylum in July 1894.

Charles Edwin Large was listed as an insurance agent at 25 Portland Place, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Richard Lark, of the Stoke Inn, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

Samuel Lark, of the Duncan's Victory, was listed as a resident of James Street in 1812.  [1812]

William Lark, aged 65 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 4th 1815.  [DFHS/CD004]

Catherine Lashbrook, aged 72 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 10th 1819.  [DFHS/CD004]

Robert Lashley, aged 70 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 31st 1820.  [DFHS/CD004]

Charles Latham was listed as a beer retailer at 59 Fleet Street, Keyham, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Ann Latimoore, grocer and pork-shop, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

Anne Laurence, aged 81 years, of the Poorhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 20th 1836.  [DFHS/CD004]

Sir Thomas Lavie, aged 57 years, of the Royal [Military] Hospital,  was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 6th 1822.  [DFHS/CD004]

James R Lavers was listed as a beer retailer at 36 Camperdown Street, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

John Thomas Lavers represented the residents of Molesworth Ward on the Guardians of the Poor in 1914.  [1914-15]

William Lavey was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 15th 1691.  [FMP/PWDRO]

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

Jane Lawford, aged 60 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 16th 1828.  [DFHS/CD004]

Thomas Lawless, aged 65 years, of North Corner Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 22nd 1835.  [DFHS/CD004]

Chief Signalman J Lawrance was in charge of the Admiralty Signal Station at Mount Wise, Devonport, in 1914.  [1914-15]

Ann Lawrence, confectioner, was listed as a resident of 55 Saint Aubyn Street in 1830.  [1830]

William Lawrence Esquire, Store-keeper, was listed as a resident of Keyham Point in 1812.  [1812]

William Lawrence, aged 79 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 7th 1818  [DFHS/CD004]

Andrewe Leace (sic) was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 20th 1605.  [FMP/PWDRO]

Messrs Leach, Little and Woollcombe, solicitors, was listed as a resident of 53 Saint Aubyn Street in 1830.  [1830]

Elias Leach, aged 70 years, of Holmans Buildings, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 21st 1831.  [DFHS/CD004]

George Leach, solicitor, was listed as a resident of Saint Aubyn Street in 1812.  [1812]

George Leach, solicitor, was listed as a resident of 5 Saint Michael's Terrace in 1830.  [1830]

John Leach was listed as having apartments at 37 Haddington Road, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Amy Leache was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 27th 1607.  [FMP/PWDRO]

Andrew Leachmore, aged 75 years, of Water Lane, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 17th 1830.  [DFHS/CD004]

Elizabeth Leachmore, aged 70 yewars, of Canterbury Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 2nd 1821.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mr Leaman, Master Blacksmith in the Dock-yard, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

Mrs Ellen Lean was listed as a shop keeper at 109 Charlotte Street, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

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

Susanna Lean, aged 81 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 9th 1829.  [DFHS/CD004]

Elizabeth Lear, aged 60 years, of the Work House, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 19th 1823.  [DFHS/CD004]

Reverend Samuel Lear, was listed as a resident of 53 Monument Street in 1830.  [1830]

John H Learwood was listed as an undertaker at 12 Hermon terrace, Weston Peverel, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mrs Clara Leat was listed as a shop keeper at Corporation Road, Weston Peverel, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Leatherby and Son were listed as licensees of the Edgcumbe Inn at 1 Edgcumbe Place, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Frederick J H Leatherby was listed as having apartments at 37 Duke Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Antoine Le Barre, aged 76 years, of King Street, Plymouth, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 15th 1837.  [DFHS/CD004]

Elizabeth Le Barre, aged 60 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 12th 1815.  [DFHS/CD004]

Cornelius Lebelz, aged 67 years, of Mount Pleasant, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 29th 1833.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mr Edward Le Cras, was appointed Commissioner of the Royal Dockyard on December 1782.

Mr Le Crosse, pilot, was listed as a resident of the Old Gun Wharf in 1812.  [1812]

Judith Leddora, aged 80 years, of the Work House, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 23rd 1837.  [DFHS/CD004]

George Leddser, aged 74 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 4th 1819.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Ledley represented the residents of Princes Ward on the Guardians of the Poor in 1914.  [1914-15]

Amy Lee, aged 81 years, of Duke Street,  was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 9th 1834.  [DFHS/CD004]

Catherine Lee,  aged 72 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 8th 1825.  [DFHS/CD004]

Catherine Lee, of Portsmouth, daughter of a Domestic, Royal Navy, who accidentally drowned, was an inmate of the Royal British Female Orphan Asylum in July 1894.

Edward Lee, aged 74 years, of  the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 30th 1826.  [DFHS/CD004]

Elizabeth Lee, aged 87 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 9th 1822.  [DFHS/CD004]

Elizabeth Lee, aged 70 years, of William Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 19th 1829.  [DFHS/CD004]

Elizabeth Lee, aged 70 years, of Tavistock Street, Stoke, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 24th 1836.  [DFHS/CD004]

George Lee was listed as a shop keeper at 4 Fleet Street, Keyham, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Jane Lee, aged 62 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 16th 1831.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Lee, aged 64 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 5th 1817.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Lee, clerk in Dock-Yard, was listed as a resident of Clowance Street in 1830.  [1830]

John Lee, victualler, was listed as a resident of 67 James Street in 1830.  [1830]

Martha Lee, aged 80 years, of Princes Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 21st 1828.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Mitchell Lee, aged 73 years, of Cherry Garden Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on August 6th 1829.  [DFHS/CD004]

Nicholas Lee, aged 76 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 21st 1817.  [DFHS/CD004]

Richard Lee, aged 66 years, of Waterloo Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 20th 1831.  [DFHS/CD004]

Thomas Lee, boot and shoe manufactory, was listed as a resident of Duke Street in 1812.  [1812]

Miss Violet Lee was listed as a dress maker at 30 Garden Street, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

William Lee, of the Old Star Inn, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

William Lee, of the Trafalgar, was listed as a resident of Queen Street in 1812.  [1812]

William Lee, mason, was listed as a resident of Saint John Street in 1812.  [1812]

Edgar M Leest was Mayor of Devonport for 1901-02.

Mr E M Leest was the Alderman representing Tamar Ward on Devonport Borough Council in 1914.  [1914-15]

Edgar May Leest was listed as architect and surveyor at 28 Ker Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

W Marsden Legassick was listed as having a dental surgery at 49 Haddington Road, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Agnes Leggassie, aged 77 years, of Cobourg Street, [Plymouth], was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 4th 1836.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Edward Legge was listed as a naval outfitter at 43 Station Road, Ford, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

H W Leigh-Bennett was listed as Estate Agent to Lord Saint Levan  at Chapel Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mr Lemon, hairdresser, was listed as a resident of Lambert's Ope in 1830.  [1830]

Agnes Lemon, aged 77 years, of the Work House, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 4th 1822.  [DFHS/CD004]

Margaret Lemon, aged 64 years, of Granby Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 22nd 1828.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mariam Lemon, aged 62 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on December 17th 1818.  [DFHS/CD004]

Walter Lemon, aged 73 years, of Granby Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 28th 1837.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Lemon, aged 78 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on December 25th 1818.  [DFHS/CD004]

Lennards Ltd was listed as a boot and shoe warehouse at 12 Tavistock Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Alexander Lenox, aged 76 years, of John Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 1st 1826.  [DFHS/CD004]

Frances Lenox, aged 72 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 18th 1824.  [DFHS/CD004]

Thomas Foster Leonard was listed as insurance agent at 10 Milne Place, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Frederick Lepage was listed as licensee of the Sunderland and Liverpool Inn at 5 Tamar Street, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

John James Le Page was listed as a stay maker at 8 Marlborough Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Elizabeth Lepper, aged 65 years, of Princes Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 16th 1832.  [DFHS/CD004]

Morris Leskel was listed as a boot and shoe dealer at 42 Marlborough Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Morris Leskin was listed as a cap manufacturer at 30 Market Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

John Lesson, aged 62 years, of Duke Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 26th 1826.  [DFHS/CD004]

George Henry Lethbridge was listed as a boot repairer at 75 George Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Samuel Lethbridge was listed as a mason at 4 Cambridge Road, Ford, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

William Letherby was listed as a baker at 12 Herbert Street, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mr J Leve, salesman, was listed as a resident of James Street in 1812.  [1812]

Grace Leverstone, aged 79 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 16th 1820.  [DFHS/CD004]

George Leverton was listed as a dairyman at 50 Bridwell Road, Saint Budeaux, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Joseph Levi, dealer in fancy goods, was listed as a resident of 4 Duke Street in 1830.  [1830]

Phineas Levi, Army and Navy agent and salesman, etc., was listed as a resident of 72 Fore Street in 1830.  [1830]

Edward Lewarn, aged 60 years, of Prospect Row, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 23rd 1837.  [DFHS/CD004]

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

Elizath Lewis, aged 60 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 25th 1817.  [DFHS/CD004]

Joanna Lewis, aged 81 years, of Clowance Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 22nd 1826.  [DFHS/CD004]

Lettice Lewis, aged 88 years, of Canterbury Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 18th 1833.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Lewis, grocer, was listed as a resident of Princes Street in 1812.  [1812]

Ernest Ley was listed as a locksmith at the Back of William Street, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Ernest James Ley was listed as a plumber at 84 Warleigh Avenue, Ford, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Daniel Libbey, silversmith and watchmaker, was listed as a resident of 45 Fore Street in 1830.  [1830]

Mary Ann Libby, aged 72 years, of Saint Aubyn Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 30th 1826.  [DFHS/CD004]

Robert Bendix Liddel, aged 66 years, of Clowance Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 16th 1821.  [DFHS/CD004]

Robert Liddell, Purser, was listed as a resident of Morice Square in 1812.  [1812]

Mrs Amelia Liddicoat was listed as a midwife at 12 Church Street, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mrs Laura Lidstone was listed as a shop keeper at Westeria Terrace, Weston Peverel, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mary Lidstone, aged 84 years, of Barrack Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 21st 1833.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Lidstone, fringe-maker, was listed as a resident of Tavistock Lane in 1812.  [1812]

William Lidstone, fringe manufacturer, was listed as a resident of 101 Fore Street in 1830.  [1830]

George Light was listed as a baker at 26 William Street, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Miss Louisa Light was listed as a shop keeper at 38 Queen Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

William Light, aged 70 years, of Tavistock Street, Devonport, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 5th 1834.  [DFHS/CD004]

Lieutenant Lighterness, Royal Navy, was listed as a resident of Outbounds in 1812.  [1812]

John Lile was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on August 15th 1602.  [FMP/PWDRO]

Mr Lillicrap, quarterman, was listed as a resident of Chapel Street in 1812.  [1812]

Charles Lillicrap was listed as having apartments at 19 Haddington Road, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mr F W Lillicrap was listed as the Water Engineer for Devonport Borough Council  at the Municipal Offices, 29-31 Ker Street, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mary Lillicrap, aged 78 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 2nd 1818.  [DFHS/CD004]

Samuel Lillicrap, aged 84 years, of Wellington Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 1st 1837.  [DFHS/CD004]

Harry Lillis was listed as a shop keeper at 15 King Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Catharine Limpany, aged 85 years, of the Workhouse, Dock,  was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 9th 1819.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Limpany, aged 79 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 10th 1820.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Lincock, aged 86 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 11th 1829.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Henry Lind was listed as licensee of the Tamar Inn at 13 Tamar Street, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

James Lindsey, aged 80 years, of Stonehouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 10th 1825.  [DFHS/CD004]

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

John Liscombe, brewer, was listed as a resident of Saint Aubyn Street in 1812.  [1812]

Lipton Ltd was listed as provision merchants at 50 Fore Street and at Cornwall Beach in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Thomas Liscombe, maltster, was listed as a resident of Princes Street in 1812.  [1812]

Thomas Liscombe and Thomas Whiddon, brewers, was listed as a resident of 58 Saint Aubyn Street in 1830.  [1830]

Thomas Liscombe, aged 69 years, of Saint Aubyn Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 30th 1837.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Lishman, aged 71 years, of Fort Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 13th 1834.  [DFHS/CD004]

E Lishmund was listed as a customs and excise officer and pension officer for Devonport Local Pension Committee at 19 Tamar Terrace in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Luke Lissan, aged 82 years, of Pembroke Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on December 25th 1833.  [DFHS/CD004]

Jane Lisson, aged 78 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 5th 1819.  [DFHS/CD004]

James Liston, aged 65 years, of Gloucester Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on December 19th 1835.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Litheby, aged 64 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 25th 1817.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Litheby, aged 75 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 14th 1819.  [DFHS/CD004]

Samuel Lithgow was listed as a proprietor of the Lambert Hall at 3 Lambert Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

John Litle (sic), surgeon, was listed as a resident of 71 George Street in 1830.  [1830]

Daniel Little, surgeon, was listed as a resident of Saint Aubyn Street in 1812.  [1812]

Daniel Little senior, surgeon, was listed as a resident of 27 Saint Aubyn Street in 1830.  [1830]

Daniel Little junior, surgeon, was listed as a resident of 68 George Street in 1830.  [1830]

Philip M Little, solicitor, was listed as a resident of 4 Saint Michael's Terrace in 1830.  [1830]

Colonel Littlejohn, was listed as a resident of Saint Michael's Terrace in 1830.  [1830 Additional Names]

Lieutenant Littlejohn, was listed as a resident of Saint Michael's Terrace in 1830.  [1830 Additional names]

Ernest Sander Littlejohns was listed as a shop keeper at 30 Gloucester Street, Morice Town, in 1914.  [191/D&C]

Georgory Littlejohns, aged 80 years, of Knackersknowle, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 7th 1834.  [DFHS/CD004]

Amelia Littleton, aged66 years, of Barrack Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 6th 1835.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Littleton, aged 80 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 11th 1822.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mr W Littleton was the Alderman representing Molesworth Ward on Devonport Borough Council in 1914.  [1914-15]

Mr W R Littleton was a Councillor for Tamar Ward on Devonport Borough Council in 1914.  [1914-15]
Son of Mr W Littleton.

Walter Littleton and Son were listed as builders at 44 Garden Street, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

William Littleton was Mayor of Devonport for 1909-10 and 1910-11.

Francis Littlewood, aged 71 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 15th 1823.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Lloyd, aged 72 years, of 'Torpoint in the County of Cornwall', was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on August 20th 1827.  [DFHS/CD004]

Dorothy Lobb, aged 79 years, of Pembroke Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 27th 1836.  [DFHS/CD004]

Elizabeth Lobb, aged 80 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 18th 1816.  [DFHS/CD004]

Elizabeth Lobb, aged 72 years, of Princes Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 15th 1835.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Lobb, aged 65 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 17th 1817.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Lobb, aged 78 years, of Pembroke Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 18th 1826.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Lobb, aged 64 years, of Windmill Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 25th 1829.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Lobb, aged 79 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 8th 1835.  [DFHS/CD004]

Peter Lobb, aged 80 years, of Trafalgar Row, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 22nd 1836.  [DFHS/CD004]

Richard Lobb, aged 74 years, of Tamar Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on August 3rd 1826.  [DFHS/CD004]

Thomas Lobb, aged 79 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 25th 1824.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Lobb, taylor (sic) and staymaker, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

William Lobb, mercer, was listed as a resident of Fore Street in 1812.  [1812]

Betty Humphry Lock, aged 70 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 21st 1823.  [DFHS/CD004]

Elizabeth Lock, aged 66 years, of Cherry Garden Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on August 25th 1832.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Lock, aged 73 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 21st 1813.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Lock, aged 60 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on December 29th 1813.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Lock, aged 78 years, of the Work House, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 14th 1823.  [DFHS/CD004]

Thomas Lock was listed as a tailor at York Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mrs Lockwood, establishment for young ladies, was listed as a resident of 89 Saint Aubyn Street in 1830.  [1830]

John Lockwood, was listed as a resident of 39 Saint Aubyn Street in 1830.  [1830]

Theophila Lockwood was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on August 10th 1692.  [FMP/PWDRO]

Mr D Lockyer, Custom-house Officer, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

Mr N Lockyer, was listed as a resident of George Street in 1830.  [1830]

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

Jemima Lofthouse, aged 63 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 11th 1835.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Loftus, aged 66 years, of Pembroke Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on August 23rd 1831.  [DFHS/CD004]

Sarah Logan, aged 70 years, of Portland Place, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 5th 1832.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Logan, aged 70 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on December 24th 1820.  [DFHS/CD004]

"A Londiner", of Stonehouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 2nd 1598.  [FMP/PWDRO]

Leonard Long, aged  69 years, of the Work House, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on December 30th 1822.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Long, aged 75 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 3rd 1824.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mrs Mary Jane Long was listed as having apartments at 60 Saint Aubyn Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

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

William Long, aged 66 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 7th 1816.  [DFHS/CD004]

Robert Longstaff, Gunner, Royal Navy, was listed as a resident of Outbounds in 1812.  [1812]

Robert Longstaff, aged 79 years, of Knockersnole (sic), was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 6th 1827.  [DFHS/CD004]

Miss Longton was the Head Mistress at Saint Joseph's Roman Catholic Elementary School in 1914.  [1914-15]

Benjamin Longworth was listed as licensee of the Spread Eagle Public House at 43 Cumberland Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

James Henry Lonsdale was listed as a boot maker at 9 Duke Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

William Lord, peruke-maker and hair-dresser, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

Catherine Lothwaite, aged 76 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 25th 1836.  [DFHS/CD004]

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

Ann Lottey, aged 89 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on August 20th 1826.  [DFHS/CD004]

Rear-Admiral Sir John Louis, Bart., was appointed the first Admiral-Superintendent of Devonport Royal Dockyard following Her Majesty Queen Victoria's permission for the name to be changed from Plymouth Royal Dockyard.

Mr J B Love was the Alderman representing Pennycross Ward on Devonport Borough Council in 1914.  [1914-15]

Joseph Boyd Love was listed as draper, etc., at 29 to 33 Catherine Street and at 23 to 25 Willes Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]
The address is given elswhere as numbers 2 to 5 Willes Street.  [1914-15]

Mr J W Loveless was Inspector of Boats for Devonport Borough Council in 1914.  [1914-15]

Richard Lovell, aged 86 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 14th 1816.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Lovenewton, aged 61 years, of John Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 23rd 1836.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mr T Lovering, victualler, was listed as a resident of 34 Princess (sic) Street in 1830.  [1830]

Lawrence Augustus Loving was listed as an engraver at 2 Pentamar Terrace, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Elizabeth Lowan, aged 60 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 9th 1837.  [DFHS/CD004]

Johan Lowde was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 6th 1600.  [FMP/PWDRO]

John Lowdy, of the Blue Bell, was listed as a resident of Catharine Street in 1812.  [1812]

John Lower, surgeon, was listed as a resident of Clowance Street in 1812.  [1812]

John Lower, surgeon, was listed as a resident of 35 Clowance Street in 1830.  [1830]

Ann Lowery, aged 72 years, of Dock Wall Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 12th 1835.  [DFHS/CD004]

Dionysia Lowes, aged 61 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 17th 1814.  [DFHS/CD004]

Samuel Lowman was listed a s an insurance agent at 2 Barton Avenue, Ford, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

William Lowry, aged 75 years, of Richmond Walk, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on August 18th 1836.  [DFHS/CD004]

Ann Lucas, aged 70 years, of Clowance Lane, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 29th 1834.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Lucas was listed as a shop keeper at 28 King Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mary Ann Lucas, aged 73 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 26th 1824.  [DFHS/CD004]

Nicholas Lucas, aged 82 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 22nd 1821.  [DFHS/CD004]

Susanna Lucas, aged 66 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 12th 1824.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Thomas Lucas was listed as a builder at 8 York Place, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Joanna Luckes, aged 64 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 3rd 1822.  [DFHS/CD004]

Alfred Luckham was listed as having apartments at 2 Lamorna Place, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

William Lucks was listed as a news agent at 51 Tavistock Road, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Henry Ludlow, hatter, was listed as a resident of Fore Street in 1812.  [1812]

William Ludlow, hatter, was listed as a resident of Fore Street in 1812.  [1812]

George Luscombe Lugger was listed as a shop keeper at 21 Carlton Terrace, Saint Budeaux, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

James Lugger, solicitor, was listed as a resident of Saint Aubyn Street in 1812.  [1812]

Thomas Lukas, aged 65 years, of Portland Place, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 2nd 1835.  [DFHS/CD004]

Ann Luke, aged 77 years, of the Work House, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 28th 1827.  [DFHS/CD004]

David Luke, victualler at the Jolly Potters, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

David Luke, aged 64 years, of Braggs Alley, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 22nd 1832.  [DFHS/CD004]

Eleanor Luke, aged 71 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 30th 1817.  [DFHS/CD004]

Elizabeth Luke, aged 84 years, of Water Lane, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 30th 1834.  [DFHS/CD004]

Isaac Luke and Sons were listed as boot and shoe dealers at 20 Marlborough Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Jane Luke, aged 77 years, of Saint Aubyn Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 30th 1828.  [DFHS/CD004]

Samuel Luke was listed as a boot maker at Princes Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Thomas Luke was listed as a beer retailer at 6 Queen Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Thomas Henry Luke was listed as a boot maker at 37 Queen Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Jane Lumley, aged 83 years, of John Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 9th 1833.  [DFHS/CD004]

Alexander Lumsdale, Master Attendant, was listed as a resident of the Dock-Yard in 1830.  [1830]

William Lunden, aged 69 years, of Mutton Cove, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 28th 1833.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Lunn, Quarter-master, Dock Yard, was listed as a resident of Princes Street in 1812.  [1812]

William Lunn, foreman in Dock-Yard, was listed as a resident of 23 Chapel Street in 1830.  [1830]

Ellen Lunny, of Preston, daughter of a Sergeant-Major, King's Dragoon Guards, who was killed at Lang's Nek, Zulu War, was an inmate of the Royal British Female Orphan Asylum in July 1894.

William Luscombe was listed as a tailor at 103 Fore Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Jane Luxmore, aged 75 years, of Pembroke Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 9th 1826.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mrs Mary Luxmore was listed as a wardrobe dealer at 11 Duke Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mrs Minnie Luxmore was listed as a wardrobe dealer at 8 Duke Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Messrs Luxon, West and Company were Professional Auditors for Devonport Borough Council in 1914.  [1914-15]

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

Ernest Luxton was listed as a fruiterer at 39 Marlborough Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Martha Luxton, aged 67 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 3rd 1814.  [DFHS/CD004]

Miss Maud Luxton was listed as a milliner at 33 Goschen Street, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

William Richard Lyall, aged 10, living at Gloucester Street, was charged with stealing about 5 shillings, the property of his master, Mr J Saunders, grocer, of Gloucester Street.  'Police Constable Spry said he saw the lad spending money rather freely at a chipped potato man's cart in William Street, and found the money had been stolen.  This the boy, after telling a number of untruths, admitted.  Prosecutor gave the boy an excellent character.  He had worked for him as errand boy for seven months.  In reply to the magistrates, the father stated that the boy usually arrived home between 10.30 and 11 at night, but the master said he could always leave about 8 o'clock, but he preferred staying at the shop to going  home.  He was given no work to do, and did not assist in closing the shop.  The Bench expressed the opinion that the lad worked too many hours.  Sentenced to four strokes of the birch'.  ["Western Police  Courts", WMN Wednesday February 28th 1900.]

John Lyde, aged 75 years, of Cross Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 20th 1830.  [DFHS/CD004]

J  C Lyle was listed as a surveyor, Customs and Excise Office, at 19 Tamar Terrace, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

William R Lyle was listed as a shop keeper at 29 Pembroke Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Elizabeth Lympany, aged 64 years, of Duke Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 18th 1833.  [DFHS/CD004]

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

Thomas Lympany, aged 60 years, of Princes Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 2nd 1832.  [DFHS/CD004]

Edward Lyne, auctioneer, was listed as a resident of 37 Princess (sic) Street in 1830.  [1830]

Elizabeth Lynn, aged 84 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 15th 1816.  [DFHS/CD004]

Elizabeth Lynn, aged 77 years, of the Work House, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 23rd 1822.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mr A Lyons, fringe maker, was listed as a resident of Cumberland Street in 1830.  [1830]

Mrs Annie Lyons was listed as having apartments at 16 Princes Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Richard Lyons was listed as a master rigger at the Royal Dockyard in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Susanna Lyons, aged 88 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 20th 1833.  [DFHS/CD004]

William de Lytelston' was listed as a resident of the Parish of Stoke Damerel in the Devonshire Lay Subsidy of 1332.  [Erskine: D&CRS, 1969]
 

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