OLD DEVONPORT . UK
www.olddevonport.uk
 

  Brian Moseley, Plymouth
Webpage created: February 07, 2016.
Webpage updated: October 28, 2017

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WHO WAS WHO IN OLD DEVONPORT

SURNAMES - N

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

Henry Alfred Nancarrow was listed as a boot maker at 2 Atherton terrace, Charlotte Street, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Benjamin Nankivel, clerk in the Dock-Yard, was listed as a resident of George Street in 1830.  [1830]

Hugh Nankivell, aged 59 years, of Marlborough Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 18th 1826.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Nankivil, aged 78 years, of Windmill Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 28th 1829.  [DFHS/CD004]

Caleb Nanscawen, grocer, was listed as a resident of Duke Street in 1812.  [1812]

John Henry Nanscawen was listed as having a dairy at 13 King Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Margaret Napton, aged 83 years, of Charlotte Row, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 10th 1831.  [DFHS/CD004]

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

Captain Nash, Royal Navy, was listed as a resident of Georeg Street in 1812.  [1812]

Michael Nathan, silversmith, was listed as a resident of James Street in 1812.  [1812]

William Nattle, shopkeeper, was listed as a resident of Outbounds in 1812.  [1812]

Henry Naylor, victualler, was listed as a resident of Pembroke Street in 1830.  [1830]

Mrs William Neal was listed as having apartments at 39 Princes Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Elizabeth Neck, aged 72 years, of Queen Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 8th 1836.  [DFHS/CD004]

Thomas Needham, aged 75 years, of Dock Wall [Street], was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 2nd 1836.  [DFHS/CD004]

Frederick John Neel was listed as a sign writer at 24 Granby Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mrs Mary Ann Neighbour was listed as licensee of the Odd Fellows' Arms Public House at 17 Tavistock Road, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Major-General Nelson, was listed as a resident of Saint Aubyn Street in 1812.  [1812]

Mr Nelson, banker, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

Ann Nelson, milliner, was listed as a resident of Duke Street in 1812.  [1812]

James Nelson and Sons Ltd were listed as butchers at 20 Tavistock Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Jane Nesbett, aged 75 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 7th 1815.  [DFHS/CD004]

Albert Nescorla was listed as a greengrocer at 24 Edgcumbe Place, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Richard Netherby, a 46-years-old carpenter, living at number 5 Saint Levan Road, was killed on October 29th 1888 in an accident during the construction of the Ford Viaduct.  He left a wife and family.

Elizabeth Netherton, aged 71 years, of Portland Place, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 26th 1828.  [DFHS/CD004]

Samuel Netherton, aged 74 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 14th 1824.  [DFHS/CD004]

Israel Netherway, aged 73 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 3rd 1813.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Netheway, aged 82 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 29th 1828.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mr Netten, capmaker, was listed as a resident of 17 Duke Street in 1830.  [1830]

Mark Netten, aged 75 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 15th 1822.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Netten, aged 72 years, of Pembroke Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 2nd 1821.  [DFHS/CD004]

George Netting, broker, was listed as a resident of Cornwall Street in 1830.  [1830]

Thomas D Netting was listed as a curiosity dealer at 52 Cornwall Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

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

George Nettle, Parish Clerk, was listed as a resident of Underhill Cottage, Stoke in 1830.  [1830]

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

Captain Neville, Royal Navy, was listed as a resident of Somerset Place, Stoke, in 1830.  [1830 Additional Names]

Cornelius Neville, salesman, was listed as a resident of James Street in 1812.  [1812]

Sarah Newberry, aged 69 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 24th 1822.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Newberry, permit office, was listed as a resident of 21 Duke Street in 1830.  [1830]

John Newcombe, aged 82 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 3rd 1824.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Newcombe, aged 64 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 25th 1834.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Newcombe, aged 80 years, of Mill Bay, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on August 6th 1826.  [DFHS/CD004]

Robert Newcombe was listed as a shop keeper at 92 Station Road, Ford, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mrs Martha Newland was listed as a fruiterer at Devonport Market in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Elizabeth Newman, aged 67 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 19th 1820.  [DFHS/CD004]

George Newman, aged70 years, of Cross Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 17th 1833.  [DFHS/CD004]

Lilian Newman, of Plymouth, daughter of a Schoolmaster, Royal Navy, was an inmate of the Royal British Female Orphan Asylum in July 1894.

Mary Newman, aged 68 years, of Cornwall Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on Decembner 10th 1834.  [DFHS/CD004]

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

James Newton was listed as licensee of the Newmarket Hotel at 2 Barrack Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mrs Louisa Maria Newton was listed as licensee of the Avondale Arms Public House at Keyham Road, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

William Newton, aged 81 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 13th 1817.  [DFHS/CD004]

Richard Nicholas was listed as a boot repairer at 14 Waterloo Street, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Nicholls and Company were listed as builders' merchants at Valletort Road, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Edward J Nicholls was listed as a carpenter at 1 West Ham Terrace, Camel's Head, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Edward John Nicholls was listed as a builder at 18 Vanguard Terrace, Keyham Road, Morice Town, in 1914.  1914/D&C]

James Joseph Nicholls was listed as a shop keeper at 2 Edgcumbe Place, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mary E Nicholls, of Cawsand, daughter of a Gunner's Mate, Royal Navy, was an inmate of the Royal British Female Orphan Asylum in July 1894.

Winifred M Nicholls, of Cawsand, daughter of a Gunner's Mate, Royal Navy, was an inmate of the Royal British Female Orphan Asylum in July 1894.

Ambrose Nichols, aged 67 years, of Plymouth, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October 16th 1822.  [DFHS/CD004]

Miss Eleanor Nichols was listed as a haberdasher 18 Albert Road, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

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

Elizabeth Nichols, aged 75 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 30th 1819.  [DFHS/CD004]

Frederick Nichols was listed as a boot maker at 3 Pym Street, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

George Nichols, aged 72 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 2nd 1816.  [DFHS/CD004]

James Edward Nichols was listed as having apartments at 8 Beyrout Place, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

John Nichols, aged 80 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on October19th 1823.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Nichols, aged 60 years, of Chapel Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 7th 1828.  [DFHS/CD004]

Philippa Nichols, aged 70 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 3rd 1823.  [DFHS/CD004]

Richard Nichols, hat-maker, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

Rosina Nichols, aged 69 years, of Granby Lane, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 12th 1836.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Nichols, aged 97 years, of Navy Row, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 1st 1828.  [DFHS/CD004]

Messrs Nicholson and Company, mercers and drapers, was listed as a resident of Fore Street in 1830.  [1830]

Ann Nicholson, aged 83 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 7th 1829.  [DFHS/CD004]

Benjamin Nicholson, grocer, was listed as a resident of Market Street in 1812.  [1812]

Ernest William Nicholson was listed as a carrier at 57 Duke Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

James Nicholson, draper, was listed as a resident of Duke Street in 1812.  [1812]

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

Joseph Nicholson, draper, was listed as a resident of Catharine Street in 1812.  [1812]

Rear-Admiral Randolph Stewart Gresham Nicholson CB DSO DSC was appointed Admiral-Superintendent of the Royal Dockyard on December 18th 1945.

John Nickels was listed as a tobacconist at 7 Cumberland Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mr O Nicklin, draper, was listed as a resident of Saint Aubyn Street in 1812.  [1812]

John Nicks, aged 75 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on August 7th 1814.  [DFHS/CD004]

Elizabeth Niles, aged 71 years, of Fore Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 12th 1836.  [DFHS/CD004]

James Niles, aged 87 years, of Prospect Row, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 27th 1827.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Niles, aged 64 years, of Town Square, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 13th 1827.  [DFHS/CD004]

Philip Niles, aged 73 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on September 10th 1823.  [DFHS/CD004]

James Niner, silversmith, was listed as a resident of 68 Saint Aubyn Street in 1830.  [1830]

Jennifer Ninnis, aged 72 years, of the Workhouse, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 8th 1837.  [DFHS/CD004]

Ann Nisbet, aged 61 years, of King Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 7th 1828.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Niver was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 2nd 1601.  [FMP/PWDRO]

Charles Nolan was listed as a hair dresser at 3 Lambert Street in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Joseph Nolan was listed as a hair dresser at 115 Fleet Street, Keyham, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Elizabeth Norcombe, aged 74 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 28th 1815.  [DFHS/CD004]

Charles Norgate, block and pump maker, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

Alfred Norman was Mayor of Devonport for 1873-74 and 1874-75.

Ann Norman, aged 73 years, of the Workhouse Poor, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 15th 1831.  [DFHS/CD004]

Elizabeth Norman, aged 73 years, of Pembroke Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 1st 1837.  [DFHS/CD004]

Henry Norman, aged 66 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on May 19th 1815.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Norman Esquire, Commercial Bank, was listed in Fore Street in 1812.  [1812]

John Norman, banker, was listed as a resident of Belmont House, Stoke in 1830.  [1830]

Prince Alfred Norman was listed as a pianoforte dealer at 16 Albert Road, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Katherine Norret was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on June 18th 1695.  [FMP/PWDRO]

Edward Norris was listed as a boast owner at Tamar Wharf, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

William Norris was listed as a beer retailer at 60 Tavistock Road, Stoke, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

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

John North, King's Pilot, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

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

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

Eleanor Northcott, aged 65 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on February 11th 1816.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mrs Ellen Maud Northcott was listed as a music teacher at 17 Cothele Avenue, Ford, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Henry Northcott was listed as having a coffee house at 36 William Street, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

John Northcott was listed as a baker at 4 Tudor Place and at 41 Victoria Terrace, Victoria Road, Saint Budeaux, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

Mary Northcott, aged 74 years, of Boot Lane, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 15th 1832.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Northcott, aged 90 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on November 16th 1836.  [DFHS/CD004]

Admiral the Right Honourable the Earl of Northesk, Commander-in-Chief, was listed as a resident of Mount Wise in 1830.  [1830]

Charles Northgate, dealer in Staffordshire-ware, was listed as a resident of Plymouth-Dock in 1798.  [1798]

Mr Northy, baker, was listed as a resident of William Street, Morice Town in 1830.  [1830]

Gregory Northy, victualler, was listed as a resident of 17 Cornwall Street in 1830.  [1830]

Mary Northy, aged 79 years, of New Street, Devonport, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on December 15th 1833.  [DFHS/CD004]

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

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

Mathew Nosworthy, aged 80 years, of Princes Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 21st 1831.  [DFHS/CD004]

Elizabeth Nott, aged 75 years, of Bradford, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on August 3rd 1836.  [DFHS/CD004]

Mary Nott, aged 72 years, of George Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on December 8th 1837.  [DFHS/CD004]

William Nott, salesman, was listed as a resident of Pembroke Street in 1812.  [1812]

Betty Nottle, aged 62 years, of Princes Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 26th 1837.  [DFHS/CD004]

Elizabeth Nottle, aged 75 years, of Pembroke Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on March 18th 1836.  [DFHS/CD004]

Grace Nottle, aged 70 years, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on April 15th 1816.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Notuell, aged 87 years, of Doidges Well, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on July 26th 1829.  [DFHS/CD004]

John Notwell, baker, was listed as a resident of Cumberland Street in 1812.  [1812]

James Nugent, aged 72 years, of Monument Street, was buried at Stoke Damerel Parish Church on January 12th 1837.  [DFHS/CD004]

Miss Winifred Nunn was listed as a milliner at 19 Herbert Place, Morice Town, in 1914.  [1914/D&C]

 

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