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Index to

PLYMOUTH: A New History

by

Crispin Gill

Devon Books (1993)

ISBN 0 86114 8827

Index prepared by Brian Bigmore

Index Format: Name, Place if not/addition to Plymouth, Date, Event, Page Numbers

Abercrombie Professor Patrick,, 1944, planning consultant, p 262, 263
Acheson,, 1911, American scientist/factory owner, p 251
Adams Robert,, 1591, government engineer, p 106, 107, 121
d'Albemarle Robert,, circa 1068 until 1300, landowner, p 20
Aleric,, pre 1066, Saxon landowner, p 20
Allen William,, 1662, Puritan Mayor, p 162
Alwin,, pre 1066, Saxon landowner, p 20
Amadas family, Launceston, circa 1500's, merchants/property owners, p 71, 75
Amadus Captain Philip,, 1584, sea captain, p 92
Andrews Horace,, 1910, picture house owner, p 255
Annet Richard,, 1693, contracted to erect dockyard buildings, p 170
Anthony Professor the Rev F. E.,, circa 1870, chairman of Plymouth School Board, p 238
Arthur Sir George,, 1824, Tasmania's first governor, p 221
Arundell Alexander, Clifton, 1573, merchant, p 89, 121
Astley Sir Jacob,, 1639, governor of Plymouth, p 148, 152
Astor J. J.,, 1951, Sutton MP, p 274
Astor Nancy,, 1919, wife of Waldorf and first woman MP, p 249, 258, 263, 267, 272, 282
Astor Waldorf,, 1910, MP, p 241, 249, 256, 258, 259, 262, 267, 272, 273
Aubyn family,, 1749, acquired ownership of dockyard site through marriage, p 170, 190-192, 225
Aubyn Rev. William St.,, circa 1845, vicar at Stoke church, p 236
Bagge George,, circa 1638, James the younger son, p148, 159
Bagge George,, circa 1638, brother of James the younger, p 148, 164
Bagge James, and Weymouth, 1595, Mayor, p 110, 122, 130, 169
Bagge James the younger,, 1620s, Cornwall MP, p 146-148, 150, 174
Baker Jack,,, father was one of founder's of Dingles, p 253
Baker Thomas,, 1913, first Mayor of the new borough, p 244, 246
Baldwin Prior, and Plympton, circa 1254, Prior of Plympton, p 28
Ballantyne Alan,, 1950s, architect, p 267
Ballard A. C.,, 1929, rich eccentric, p 249
Ballemay,, circa 1590, town crier, p 127
Bamfield family,, 16 century, landowners, p 121
Banks Joseph,, 1758, scientist p 195
Banks Joseph, and Cremyll, 1830, shipbuilder, p 222
Barber James,, 1963-69, archaeological excavations, p 35
Baring John, and Exeter, 1772, banker, p 198
Baring Francis, and Exeter, 1772, banker, p 198
Barker Daniel,, 1665, merchant and twice Mayor, p 160
Barker Ingrim,, 1595, soldier, p 110
Barlow Arthur,, 1584, sea captain, p 92
Barlow John,, 1608-1619, lecturer at St Andrews, p 140
Barnes Parson,, circa 1851, first vicar of Holy Trinity, p 237
Barrett, Saltash, 1567, cousin of Francis Drake, p 82
Barrington Viscount,, 1754-78, MP, p 204, 206
Barry E. M.,, circa 1880, architect, p 212
Bart Sir John Molesworth, and Pencarrow, 1714, landowner, p 181
Baskerville Thomas,, 1595 soldier, p 108, 110
Bastard John, and Kitley, 1784 election candidate, p 207
Bastard Robert the,, circa 1200-1368, landowner, p 20
Bastard William, Kitley, 1699, husband of Ann Pollexfen, p 166
Bates Edward [Bully],, circa 1880, MP, p 231, 240, 241
Batten Vice-Admiral,, 1644, parliamentary naval officer, p 156
Batterbie John,, 1601, captain of the watch, p 130
Baxter F. D.,, 193, businessman, p 246
Baykins {pos Haykins} Richard [Ricardus],, 19 June 1308, first recorded name of a Plymouth sea captain, p 34
Bayly family,, circa 19 century, merchants, p 228
Bayly Robert,, 1780, timber merchant, p 200, 229
Beaumont Admiral Sir Lewis,, circa 1905, comander-in-chief, p 242
Beckley Edward,, 1964, last owner of John Yeo's, p 267
Beckley John,, 1893, nephew of John Yeo, p 253
Bedford John,, 18 century, great grandson of Thomas, p 197
Bedford John,, 1964, chairman of Debenham's, p 267
Bedford Thomas,, circa 1635, lecturer at St Andrews, p 150, 161
Belisha Leslie Hore-,, 1923, Devonport MP, p 249, 274
Bell Mr,, circa 1570s, headmaster, p 127
Bellamy George,, circa early 1800s, Mayor, p 206
Bellamy Sir Joseph, and Stonehouse, 1902, conference promoter, p 242
Benn Sir Arthur Shirley-,, 1910, MP, p 241
Berd(e) Maurice,, 1370, burgess first mayor so addressed, p 45
Berry Robert,, circa 1670, town clerk, p 166, 182
Bewes family,, 19 century,, p 229
Bewes Rev. T. A.,, 1890, owner Beaumont House, p 233
Bewes Thomas,, 1830, election reformer, p 208, 209,
Bignell John,, 1796, landlord of the Prince George Inn, p 188
Bishop Piran, Exeter, 1991, member of Exeter Museum Archaeological Field Unit, p 35
Blackburn, and Turnchapel, until 1826, shipbuilder, p 222
Blake Nicholas,, 1627, merchant, p 147
Blake Robert, and Lyme Regis, 1654, navy admiral, p 160
Blase Henry,, 1547, military man, p 77
Bligh Captain,, circa 1770, of Bounty mutiny fame was christened and brought up in Plymouth, p 221
Blythman John,, 1590, Mayor, p 105, 124
Bockland Guy de,, circa 1150, landowner, p 19
Bodenham John,, 1560, married Margaret Newman, p 85
Bodenham Jonas,, late 1500's, Drakes right-hand man, p 85, 96, 109 110
Bond J. T.,, circa 1893, Liberal Mayor, p 232, 241
Bonville family, east Devon, circa 1440-50, Yorkist supporters, p 62, 63
Boringdon Lord, Saltram, 1788, inherited title from his father created Earl Morley in 1815, p 192
Borough William,, 1587, Francis Drake's vice-admiral, p95
Boscher John,,, early Plymothian (a woodcutter), p 23
Boswines Roger,, 1374, burgess received letters patent from King Edward III, p 45,49
Boswynes Roger, Devon, 1482, seaman, p 70
Bourewe junior William,, 1374, burgess received letters patent from King Edward III, p 45
Boxall Mike,, 1990s, council chief executive, p 282
Bracken C. W.,, 1908, local historian and headmaster Plymouth Corporation Grammar School, p 238
Brackley John, Plympton, circa 1487,, p 65
Brimacombe Winston, and Lifton, 1971, director, p 267
Brismer,, pre 1066, Saxon landowner, p 20
Broke Sir Robert Willoughby de,, 1486, first Lord High Steward, p 67, 68
Brooke Thomas,, 1561, headmaster, p 127
Brown Brute, Tavistock, 1595, sea officer under Francis Drake, p 109
Brown C. P.,, 20 century, chairman Guild of Social Service, p 272
Brown J. P.,, 20 century, chairman Guild of Social Service, p 272
Bryant James,, 1838, sugar refiner, p 213
Bryant William,, 1838, sugar refiner and Quaker, p 213, 215
Brunel Isambard K,, 1838, engineer, p 217, 218, 279
Buddekeside Alan,, 1199, landowner, p 20
Budockshide Philip,, circa 1568, partnered William Hawkins, p 83, 85
Budockside family,, 1482, landowners, p 70
Budockside Richard,, 1560, rebuilt house at Budshead, p 83
Bulteel and Harris,, circa 1880, bankers, p 231
Burnell John,, 1844, soap manufacturer, p 213
Burnell William,, 1797, food manufacturer, p 215
Burrough Sir John,, 1592, sea captain, p 107
Burt William,, 1816, secretary of Chamber of Commerce, p 198
Butler Simon,, 1993, Managing Director of Devon Books, p x
Buzon family,, circa 1100-1300, possible descendants of Odo, p 19
Byam Admiral Sir Thomas,, 1818, election candidate, p 207, 208
Byng Admiral Sir George,, 1705, MP, p 183
Calmady,, 1698, Whig MP, p 183
Campbell Colin, and Burnley, 1935, town clerk, p 249, 259, 262, 263, 266, 268
Carew Sir Alexander, Antony, 1642, landowner, p 152, 154
Carew Sir George, Antony, circa 1544, captain of the Mary Rose, p 76
Carew Reginald Pole, Antony, 1790, started the Torpoint ferry, p 191
Carew Richard, Cornwall, 16 century, writer, p 63
Carew Sir William, Antony, 1710-20, built Antony House, p 191
Carewe Thomas,, 1461, his servant was accused of robbing William Savage, p 62
Carkeet Ellis,, 1643, mariner, p 154
Carmicael W. J.,, 19 century, artist, p 133
Carne Dr.,, 1832, Vicar of Charles Church, p 230, 236
Carsewell Simon,,, town coroner and lawyer, p 78
Carter Henry,, 1788, smuggler, p 200
Cavendish Thomas, Suffolk, 1586, sea captain, p 94, 102, 106
Cawse John,, 1645, Mayor, p 140
Cecil Lord William, and Exeter, 1916, Bishop of Exeter, p 257
Cely Thomas,, 1587, seaman, p 96
Ceely Thomas,, 1642, Mayor, p 152
Chambers Sir William,, 18 century, architect, p 188
Champernowne Sir Arthur, Dartington, 1568, Vice-Admiral of Devon, p 83, 105, 106, 109
Champernowne Blanche,,, married Sir Robert Willoughby de Broke, p 67
Champernowne Henry, Modbury, 1568, privateer, p 83, 85, 86
Champernowne family, Modbury, 1642, support for the king, p 152
Champernowne William, Modbury, 1461, Yorkist supporter, p 62, 75
Cheare Abraham,, 1643, Baptist preacher, p 161, 162
Chetwynd William,, 1721, electoral candidate, p 183
Chichester Thomas, Devon, 1587, seaman, p 96
Chudley John,, 1589, seaman, p105
Chudleigh Mr George, Strachleigh near Lee Mill,, landowner, p 140
Churchward J.,, 1923, Chairman Plymouth Trades Council, p 246, 259
Clark Alan,, 1974, Sutton MP, p 282
Clarke Edward,, 1880, lawyer and MP, p 241
Clifford George,, 1589, Earl of Cumberland, 104, 106, 107, 115
Clovelly Walter,, September 1442, elected mayor, p 54
Clowteynge Thomas,, 1538, Mayor-elect, p 74
Cobham Alan,, 1923, air pilot, p 247
Cock William,, 1702, Mayor, p 182
Cockburn Admiral,, 1831, election candidate, p 208
Cocke Lucas,, 1588, sea captain, p 102
Cockeram Martin,, 1532, seaman, p 73
Codd John,, 1722, started a packhorse system to London, p 188
Codrington Admiral,, 1832, MP, p 208
Colbert,, pre 1066, Saxon landowner, p 20
Cole Bernard, Devon, circa 1538, cannon of Plympton and vicar at Wembury, p 28
Cole Mary,, 1654, wife of Nicholas and early Quaker, p 161
Cole Nicholas,, 1654, merchant and early Quaker, p 161
Cole Thomas,, 1384, port man, p 46
Cole William,, 1374, burgess received letters patent from King Edward III, p 45
Collier John,, 1832, MP, p 209
Collier Robert,, 1871, Liberal MP and judge, p 240
Collins Captain Greenville,, 1693, Hydrographer to the Navy, p 172
Collins Joan, Bickleigh, 1502, sued John Meyow, p 60
Collins Moses,, 1643, lawyer, p 154
Colmer Abraham, and Birmingham, 1599, merchant, p 141
Colrigg Walter,, 1317, witness to court petition, p 38
Condy Nicholas,, 19 century, artist, p 132
Cooke Sir Clement Kinloch-, and Devonport, 1910, Conservative MP, p 240
Cookworthy Dr,, 1830, election reformer, p 208
Cookworthy William,, circa 1756, Quaker-chemist, p 195
Copplestone family, Warleigh, circa 1490,, p65, 121
Cornu Walter,, 1385, King's officer, p 47
Coryton Phillipa, and Pentillie, 1646, Royalist supporter, p 158
Cotton Arthur,, 1654, shopkeeper and early Quaker, p 161
Cotton Priscilla,, 1654, wife of Arthur and early Quaker, p 161
Couch(e) Geoffrey,, 1374, burgess received letters patent from King Edward III, p 45, 46
Courtenay family, Devon, circa 1440-50, Lancastrian supporters, p 61, 63
Courtney,, 1827, vicar of Charles Church, p 236
Cox John,, 1820, engraver, p 226
Creber George,, 1960s, estate agent and councillor, p 275, 276
Crofts Sir John,,, chantry priest, p 65
Crosse Robert,, 1587, sea captain, p 96
Croste John,, 1502, a groom and murderer, p 60
Culme Anthony, and Plympton, circa 1690, farmer and landowner, p 181
Culme Elizabeth, and Plympton, 1798, wife of John Seymour, p 193
Culme family,, 1680-1804, landowners, p 181
Culme John,, 1780, election candidate, p 206
Culme-Seymour family,,, landowners, p 181, 229
Cytharista Gilbert,,, early Plymothian (a harper), p 23
Dabernon family,, circa 1490, merchant family, p 65
Damant,, circa 1851, architect, p 229
Darracot Thomas,, 1704, Mayor, p 182
Darby Admiral,, 1780, election candidate, p 206
Darrell Mr,, 1588, port victualling officer, p 101
Daubenny Lord,, 1497, royal commissioner, p 68
Daukes Rev. F. Whitfield,, 1924, vicar of St Andrews, p 258
Davis John, Dartmouth, 1587, sea captain, p 96, 101, 104, 106
Defoe Daniel,, 1724, writer and visitor, p 173, 174, 176
Derry family,, 19 century,, p 229
Derry William,, 1884, director of Plymouth Tramways Company and Mayor, p 234, 241
Desborough Gen,, 1659, Governor of Plymouth, p 161, 162
Dingle Frank,,, father was one of founder's of Dingles, p 253
Don Henry,, 1403, pirate, p 50
Doughty Thomas,, 1579, officer executed by Francis Drake for mutiny, p 90, 118
Douglas Sir James,, 1890, builder of fourth Eddystone lighthouse, 233
Drake Edmund, and Crowndale Tavistock, 1549, yeoman farmer and chaplain of the fleet, p 77, 80
Drake Sir Francis,, 1549, son of Edmund, p77, 80, 82, 85, 87, 88-116, 121-125, 127, 139, 142, 147, 152, 233
Drake Col Sir Francis,, 1642, son of Sir Francis Drake, p 152, 157-159, 162, 181,
Drake Sir Francis,, circa 1720, third baronet and great-great-nephew of the Elizabethan hero, p 183
Drake John,, 1572, younger brother of Francis, p 88, 91, 107
Drake John, Tavistock, 1577, a young cousin of Francis, p89, 94, 107
Drake Joseph,, 1572, another brother of Francis, p 88,
Drake Thomas,, 1577, another brother of Francis, p89, 93, 94, 110, 141
Draper Sir Charles,, 1907, Mayor, p 242
Drummer Edward,, 1690, Surveyor to the Navy, p 168
Dudley Sir Robert,, 1595, sea captain, p 108
Duke E,, 1877, wharf builder, p 222
Duke H. E., and Merrivale, 1900-06, lawyer and MP, p 241
Dunstan Lovell,, 1923, ship chandler and Mayor, p 246, 249, 259
Durn(e)ford Stephen, and Tavistock, circa 1368, land speculator/owner, p 20, 30, 45
Durnford Celia,, 1369, wife of Stephen, p 30
Durnford James,, 1449, distinguished man accused of owning a pirate ship, p 61, 69, 70
Durnford Joan,,, daughter of James and wife of Piers Edgcumbe, p 30
Durowse Henry,,1993, Chairman of Governors College of St Mark & St John, p iv, x
Eady Reuben,, 1918, cinema owner, p 255
Earle Jo, of Bathe, 1666, inscription on Citadel foundation stone,, p 165
Edgcumbe Sir Piers,, 1493, son of Sir Richard and husband of Joan Durnford, p 30, 67, 70, 74, 89
Edgcumbe Dick,, 1758 succeeded to his fathers baronacy, p 190
Edgcumbe Richard,, 1530, son of Piers, p 67
Edgcumbe Richard,, 1742, made a baron this year, p 190
Edgcumbe Sir Richard, Milton Damerel, 1494, Sheriff of Devon, p 66
Edmonds Thomas,, 1582, Mayor, p 105
Edmund Earl of Cornwall,, circa 1274, son of Richard/Sanchia, p 31, 32, 38
Edwarde Thomas,, 1596, town crier, p 127
Egerton Captain,, 1596, seaman, p 110
Elford family,, 16 century, landowners, p 121, 123
Elford Henry, and Oreston, 1871, ferry operator, p 234
Elford Sir William,, 1797, Recorder of Plymouth, p 206, 207
Eliot family,, circa 19 century,, p 229
Eliot Hon George,, 1831, election candidate, p 208
Eliot John, and Ashburton, circa 1536, merchant, p 73, 75, 76, 77, 127, 140, 145-148
Elliot S.,, 1820, cartographer, p 226
Ellis J.H.,, 1888, first professional town clerk, p 241, 242, 245
English Ernest,, 20 century, secretary Guild of Social Service, p 272
Erisey James, Cornwall, 1587, cousin of Grenville, p 96
Errington Dr. George,, 1850, first Catholic Bishop, p 236
Fanning Francis,, 1757, broker, p 199
Fanshawe Captain Robert,, 1789, Commissioner at Dock, p 193, 207
Farley E. E.,, 1921, biscuit manufacturer, p 251
Fenner Thomas,, 1585, Drake's flag captain, p 96
Fenton Edward,, 1581, John Hawkins's brother-in-law, p 91, 94, 96
Fiennes Celia,, 1695, dockyard worker, p 173
Finberg H. R. P.,, 20 century, local historian, p 17
Fishacre Thomas,, 1384, port man, p 46
Fitchett Jack,, 20 century, long time manager of the Palace Theatre, p 253
Fittall R. J., and Devonport, 1917, town clerk, p 245, 249
Fleming Thomas,, 1588, man who first sighted the Armada, p 99
Flethenda Roger de,,, early Plymothian, p 23
Flyte Sir Thomas,, 1538, chantry priest of Jaybyn's chantry, p 65
Foliot Robert, and Peter Tavy, 1188, landowner, p 19
Foliot Reginald, and Skipton in Yorkshire, 1253, landowner, p 20
Fookes Janet,, 1974, MP, p 274, 283
Foot family,, 20 century,, p 274
Foot Michael,, 1945, Devonport MP, p 274
Foot Isaac, and Horrabridge, late 19 century, Methodist preacher and carpenter, p 224, 256,
Foot Isaac,, 1946, fourth son of Isaac Foot councillor, MP and Mayor, p273
Forde Thomas, and Brixton, 1631, lecturer at St Andrews, p 150
Forsland Mr, and Bovey, 1560, tin-streamer, p 123
Foulston John, and Pall Mall, 1810, architect, p 194-196, 203, 205, 225, 228, 229, 235, 236
Founes James,, 1587, seaman, p 96
Fownes Humphrey,, 1596, Mayor, p 112
Fownes Thomas,, 1620, Mayor, p 140, 141, 150
Fox George,, 1655, visited, p 161
Francis Philip,, 1642, Mayor. p 153
Franks Ann,, 18 century, mistress of and mother of four children by Dick Edgcumbe, p 191
Frean George,, circa 1850, biscuit manufacturer, p 215
Frobisher Martin, and Yorkshire, 1540, sea captain/privateer, p 84, 89, 93, 96-98, 101, 103, 104, 106, 107, 108, 160
Froude James Anthony, Devonshire born, circa 1890, historical writer, p 233
Furneaux Tobias, Swilly, 1766-8, first man to sail round the world in both directions, p 193
Gale James,, 1860, founder of the South Devon and East Cornwall Blind Institution, p 231
Gandy John,, 1769, vicar of st Abdrews, p 196
Gardner Captain,, 1796, election candidate, p 207
Garrett John,, 1572, sea captain, p 88
Gawen Friar,, circa 1533 incarcerated in Launceston Castle, p 74
Gayer family,,, merchants, p 141
Gent,, 1830-1885, shipbuilder, p 222
Gibbs James,, 1870, fertiliser manufacturer, p 215
Giffard Osbert,, circa 1200, landowner, p 19
Giffard Isabella,, circa 1200, husband of Osbert and grand-daughter of Guy de Bockland, p 19
Gifforde John,, 1317, witness to court petition, p 38
Gilbert Adrian,, 1591, sea captain, p 106
Gilbert Humphrey, Dartmouth, circa 1568, protestant defender of Le Havre, p 83, 86, 89, 91
Gilbert John, Devon, 1588, Vice-Lieutenant of Devon, p 103, 108
Gilbert John, and Saltash, 19 century, steamer operator on River Tamar, p 234
Gilbert Ralegh,, circa 1605, founder of the Plymouth Company of Virginia, p 143
Gill John,, 1486, preacher, p 65
Gill Mr,, circa 1580s, headmaster, p 127
Gill Thomas, and Tavistock, 1818, soap manufacturer, p 213, 215, 218, 221
Gille William,, 1374, burgess received letters patent from King Edward III, p 45
Glandfield Ulalia, and Tavistock, circa 1590, wife of William Page, p 118
Glanville John,, circa 1641, MP, p 147, 151, 152
Goddard Anthony,, 1571, seaman, p 82, 96, 110
Godwin,, pre 1066, Saxon landowner, p 20
Goldsmith Colonel J. P.,, 1915, Mayor, p 245
Gomme Sir Bernard de,, 1665, military engineer, p 165, 166
Gonson Katherine,, 1559, daughter of William and wife of John Hawkins, p 78
Gonson William,, 1524, Clerk of the King's Ships, p vii, 78
Goodman Stanley,, 1940, blitz survivor, p 261
Goodyear Moses,, circa 1620s, son-in-law of Abraham Jennings and early US immigrant, p 148
Gorges family,, 16 century, landowners, p 121
Gorges Sir Ferdinando,, 1595, soldier, p 109-114, 139, 143-145, 148
Gorges Ralf de, and Skipton in Yorkshire, 1253, landowner, p 20
Gorges Tristram, Devon, 1587, seaman, p 96
Gorges William, Somerset, circa 1560's, partnered William Hawkins, p 83
Gosnold Bartholomew,, 1602, settler, p 143
Gould Col William,, 1643, Plymouth Commander, p 154-156
Granger John,, 1569, privateer, p 84
Graves Thomas, Torpoint, 1713, naval officer, p 193
Graves Admiral Thomas, Torpoint, 1793, son of Thomas Graves, p 193
Grenville John, Bideford, 1587, second son of Sir Richard and sea captain, p 96, 108
Grenville Sir John,, 1654, son of Bevil nephew of Skellum, p 161
Grenville Richard, Clifton, 1549, Sir Richards grandson, p 77, 83, 84
Grenville Richard (Skellum),, 1644, soldier of fortune, p 155, 157, 161
Grenville Sir Richard, and Bideford, circa 1546, landowner and sea captain, p 76, 77, 80, 88, 89,91-94, 96, 102, 106, 112
Grenville Roger, Buckland Abbey, circa 1544, second-in-command of the Mary Rose, p 75
Grey Sir George,, 1832, MP, p 208
Gripston Richard,, 1385, King's officer, p 47
Grisling John,, 1587, seaman, p 96
Grisling Peter,, 1527, customs officer, p 73
Groser Albert,, 1878-1895, editor Western Morning News, p 256
Grosse Rev Alexander, and Plympton St Mary, circa 1620, vicar, p 140, 150
Gubbe Joseph,, 1594, owner of a pig illegally killed, p 128, 130
Haisendes family, Kinterbury, 1482, merchant family, p 70
Hakluyt Richard,, circa 1500's, writer, p 72
Hampton Thomas,, 1562, seaman with John Hawkins, p 78, 80
Hansom Joseph A.,, 1856-58, architect of Catholic cathedral and originator of the Hansom Cab, p 236
Hardy Admiral,, 1771, MP, p 206
Hare Commander H.T.,, 1923, Devon Motor Transport Company, p 255
Harmsworth Sir Leicester,, 1921, newspaper proprietor, p 256
Harris Christopher,, 1580, MP and friend of Francis Drake, p 90, 91, 110, 121, 124, 140
Harris John, Devon, 1587, barrister pos seaman, p 96, 121, 130, 152
Harris John, Pennycross, 1655, Quaker, p 161
Harris John,, 1810, wrote history of the town, p 48,
Hart William,, 1588, sea captain, p 101
Hatchard John,, 1824, vicar of St Andrews, p 236
Hatry Clarence,, 1927, took over Spooner's, p 253
Hatsell Captain Henry,, 1652, Plymouth Commander, p 160, 165, 174
Hawker Dr,, 1796 vicar of Charles, p 193
Hawker Edward,,, brother-in-law of Michael Seymour, p 193
Hawker James,, 1744, naval man, p 193
Hawker John,, early 19 century, curate, p 235
Hawker Robert,, 1784, vicar at Charles, p 197, 235, 236
Hawkins John,, circa 1553, son of William, p 78, 79, 80, 82, 83, 85, 86, 87, 88, 91, 93-99, 101, 103, 104, 105, 107-109, 116, 127, 139, 141, 143
Hawkins Richard,,,, p 107, 109, 114, 130, 140, 143, 145, 146
Hawkins William,, circa 1515, mayor, merchant and property owner, p 37, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 83, 84,85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 92, 103, 105, 106, 107, 116, 123
Hawkins William,, circa 1557, another son of William, p 78
Hawkins William,, 1577, nephew of Francis Drake and son of the second William Hawkins, p 89, 91
Hawley family, Dartmouth, 16 century, landowners, p 121
Hawley John, Dartmouth, circa 1370s, holder of the King's licence (privateer), p 49, 50
Hawley William, Dartmouth, circa 1350, shipman, p 45
Hecche,, pre 1066, Saxon landowner, p 20
Heiron Rev Samuel, Modbury, 1607, vicar p 139, 140
Hele family, and Cornwood, 16/17 century, landowners, p 121, 165
Hele John,, 1580, lawyer, p 91, 121, 130, 150
Hele Sir Warwick, Wembury,, landowner, p140
Heyncott Nicholas,, 1474, Mayor, p 63
Hill Richard and Sons,, 1823-1877, shipbuilders, p 222
Hockings family,, 1823-77, Stonehouse shipbuilders, p 222
Holmes G. P.,, 1923, businessman, p 246
Hooper Richard,, 1547, town defender, p 77
Hopton Sir Ralph, Cornwall, 1642, royalist force commander in Cornwall, p 152
Hornebroke Henry,, 1474, pirate, p 63
Horsewell James,, circa 1536, merchant, town clerk and mayor, p 73, 74, 75, 76, 77
Horsewell Paul,, 1569, son of John Hawkins' sister, p 82
Horsely John, Dorset, 1576, sea captain, p 89
Hortop Job,, circa 1589, seaman, p 82
Hoskins Prof.W.G.,,1966, Devon historian, p x, 12, 15, 43, 48
Howe Admiral and his wife,,, Nelson's second in command at Trafalgar, p 193
Hoyle Tommy,, 1911, flamboyant oner of Palace Theatre, p 253
Hughes George,, 1643, vicar of St Andrews, p 161, 162
Hughes Obadiah,, circa 1670, Puritan, p 162
Hyde Edward, Salash, 1642, MP and became Earl of Clarendon, p 152
Ingham John,, 20 century, council leader, p 282
Isham Gregory and Charles, and London, 1546, monastic property speculators, p 75
Jack Bob,, 1903, Plymouth Argyle's first professional player, p 253
Jackson John, and York, born 1851, civil engineer, p 224, 228, 240
Jago George,, 1842-1845, headmaster of Plymouth Public School for 43 years, p 238
Jago Mr,, 1926, originated a system of central cooking, p 213
James Edward,, 1838, sugar refiner and Quaker, p 213
Jamieson Derek,, 1991, schoolteacher and Devonport MP, p 283
Jaybyn John,, circa 1490,, p 65
Jennens William,, 1662, Mayor, p 162, 163
Jennings Abraham,, 1615, merchant trader, p 145, 148
Jervis Captain John,, 1758, later Admiral Lord St Vincent, p 195
John of Gaunt,, 1386, lodging with the White Friars, p 37, 68
Johnson brothers,, circa 1820 granite quarriers, p 216
Jones Stuart Lloyd,, 1953, town clerk, p 268
Joseph Abraham,, circa 1762, slopman, p 198
Josias Captain,, 1596, seaman, p 110
Judge J. J.,,, editor Western Evening Herald, p 256
Judhel of Totnes,, circa 1068, major landowner, p 18, 19
Jurdon John,, 1527, crime victim, p 72
Kearley H. E., and Devonport, 1892 Liberal MP, p 240
Keith Admiral Lord,, 1797, naval officer, p 202
Kelly W. S., and Mount Batten, 1882, shipbuilder, p 222
Kemell William,, 1317, witness to court petition, p 38
Kempe William,, 1584, headmaster and first-known author, p 127
Kendall Abraham,, 1596, seaman, p 110
Kerswell,, 1823-1850, shipbuilder, p 222
Kethrich William,, 1439, mayor, p 53, 54
Keysar Sir,,, chantry priest, p 65
King Richard,, 1810, brewer, p 210
Kincupp Dickie, and Yealm, 1850 former smuggler and shipbroker, p 220
King David,, 1970s-1990s, boatbuilding company director, p 277
King George S.,, 1914, launched repertory company, p 254
King Ron,, 1950s, dockyard union leader, p 275, 283
Kinsman Andrew, and Tavistock, 1745, convert of Whitfield, p 197
Kinterbury family,, 16 century, landowners, p 121
Kydd William, Exmouth, 1436, pirate, p 52
Kyghley John,, 1403, sea-robber, p 50
Kympe Mr,, 1593, wealthy citizen, p 125
Laing David,, 1820, architect, p 211
Lambert Gen,, circa 1670, prisoner on Drakes Island, p 162
Lampen James,, 1591, builder Drakes Leat brother of Robert, p 123, 124
Lampen Robert,, 1591, planner and builder of Drakes Leat, p 121, 123, 124
Lancaster James,, 1590, sea captain, p 106
Landsdowne Lord and Lady,, 1683, took refuge after Rye House Plot, p 167
Landy John,, 1540, ships master, p 73
Langmead John Clarke,, 1803, brewer and Mayor, p 205, 210
Langmead Philip,, 1802, father of John and election candidate, p 207
Lanyon John,, 1674, benefactor, p 164, 174, 175
Latimer Isaac,, circa 1848, editor Plymouth and Devonport Weekly Journal, p 236, 241, 256
Lawrence William,, 1612, merchant, p 149
Leach George,, 1832, electoral reform candidate, p 209
Leatherby family,,, shopkeepers who ran Coster's, p 253
Leatherby Geoffrey,, 1978, shopkeeper, p 267
Leatherby Stanley,, 1931, Conservative councillor, p 247
Leland John,, c1540, writer, p 9, 29, 64, 70
Lenche William, Saltash, 1364, given the rights of Saltash ferry by Black Prince, p 43
Lennox General Lord George,, 1793, Commander-in-Chief, p 186, 194
Lethbridge Mr. T. C.,,20 century, distinguished archaeologist, p 6
Leveson Sir Richard,, 1601, sea captain, p 115
Lewisham Viscount,, 1778, MP, p 206
Light John,, 1655, Quaker, p 161
Lilburn Col,, 1668, prisoner on Drakes Island, p 162
Lilly Col Christian,, 1716,, p 177
Lindsell Billy,, 1910, Horace Andrew's assistant, p 255
Lister Christopher,, 1589, seaman, p 104
Little Isaac, and Plymstock, 1760, murdered Jewish pedlar, p 198
Lockyer Edmund,, 1803, Mayor, p 206
Lockyer Major Edmund, and Wembury, 1826, founded town of Albany in Western Australia, p 221
Loosemore Percy,, 1935,, p 249
Loring Sir Nigel, Trematon, circa 1357 lord of manor, p 43
Lovell John,, 1566, seaman relative of John Hawkins, p 80
Luxton Henry, Devon, circa 1538, cannon of Plympton and vicar at Shaugh, p 28
MacArthur John, and New South Wales, 1767, Australian rum barron son of a Devonport corset maker, p 221
Macbride Captain John,, 1784, navy and election candidate, p 207
Mannington Ambrose, Devon, 1587, seaman, p 96
Mansell Sir Robert,, 1620, admiral, p 146
Mare C. J.,, 1852, Conservative election winner unseated for bribery, p 209
Marshall Eldred,, until 1877, shipbreaker, p 222
Martin Admiral Byam,, 1831, election candidate, p 208, 209
Martin Col,, 1644, Plymouth commander, p 156
Martyn Thomas,, 1662, St Andrews lecturer, p 162, 163,
Mason, and Hampshire, circa 1623, partner of Gorges, p 145
Mason Harold G.,, 1923, dockyardee and councillor, p 246, 264, 273-275
Masson Phillips Mr. E. N., King's Tamerton, 1934, excavating near Tamar, p 7
Masterman Dr. J. H. B.,, 1922, first suffragan Bishop of Plymouth, p 257, 258
Matthews Robert,, 1502, John Croste's victim, p 60
Matthews Elizabeth,, 1502, Robert's wife and John Croste's accomplice, p 60
Maverick Samuel, Devon, circa 1630, US immigrant married David Thompson's widow, p 145
May Francis,, 1838, Quaker and matchmaker with William Bryant, p 213
Maynard John, and Totnes, 1640, MP and Recorder of Plymouth, p 151, 162, 167
Medland Herbert. M., and Okehampton, 1919, dockyard union leader and councillor, p 246, 274
Meek Thomas, Saltash, 1587, sea captain, p 97
Mends Christopher,, circa 1744, Congregationalist, p 197
Meyow John, Plympton, 1502, arrested to answer Joan Collins, p 60
Miller W. A. [Darkie],, 1925, councillor and chairman of post war housing committee, p 264
Mills W. O.,, 1935, Editor Western Evening Herald, p 249
Mintern Mr,, circa 1570s, headmaster, p 127
Mixtow John, Fowey, circa 1436, pirate, p 52
Modley W. J. W.,, 1923, businessman, p 246, 259, 263
Monck Gen, north Devon, 1660, neighbour of William Morice, p 162
Monson Willam,, 1596, sea captain, p 114
Moon John, Looe, circa 1567, seaman, p 82
Moon Thomas,, 1577, carpenter/ship captain under Francis Drake, p 89, 93
Moon W. J., and Devonport, 1907, Mayor of Devonport, p 242
Moone Richard, Saltash, 1586, sea captain, p 94
Moore John,, 1834, shipbuilder and Mayor, p 206
Moore Mr,, 1592, plumber, p 125
Moore William,, 1742, shipwright, p 178
Moore William Foster,, 1876, shipbuilder, p 222
Morice family,, 1749, last male member died this year, p 190
Morice William,, 1660, Governor of Plymouth, p 162
Morice Sir Nicholas,, circa 1700, Jewish owner of the dockyard site, p 170
Morshead Colonel Anderson-,, 1918, soldier, p 243
Morshead Mr,, 1814, merchant, p 198
Mortain Count of, and Cornwall, William I's half brother, p 19
Morys John,, 1538, Warden of Plymouth, p 75
Moses James J.H., and Dartmouth, 1926, first Labour Mayor, p 246, 249
Mudge Dr John,, 1762, fourth son of Zachariah, p 195, 196
Mudge Zachariah,, 1732, St Andrews vicar, p 182, 196
Mudge Zachariah II,, 1771, watchmaker, p 195
Mumford William,, 1931, garage owner and cinemas, p 255
Mychelson Thomas,, circa 1533, town clerk, p 74
Nasmyth James,, 1844, designer of first steam pile-driver, p 211
Newcombe J. R.,, 1845-1887, lessee of the Theatre Royal, p 239, 254
Newman Harry,, 1567, seaman, p 85
Newman Margaret,, 1560, Mary's elder sister, p 85
Newman Mary,, 1569, Francis Drake's wife, p 85, 90
Nicholas the 'Rydlere',, 1298, burgess who attended Edward I's second Parliament, p 34
Nichols Matthias,, 1631, lecturer to the town, p 140
John Norman, and Devonport, 1820, banker, p 225
Norrington Charles,, 1846, fertiliser manufacturer, p 215
Norris Sir John,, 1595, seaman, p 103, 104, 108, 127
North Lord,, 1778,, p 206
Northcote James,, circa 1750, artist, p 195
Norton Katharine,, 1677, Quaker speaker, p 164
Nutt John, Torbay, circa 1620, pirate, p 146
Odger George, and Roborough, 1860, shoemaker one of first trade union leaders, p 242
Odgers Rev. W. J.,, 1847, Unitarian minister, p 231
Odo,, circa 1068, Judhel tenant, p 19
Oke R. R.,, 1923, railwayman, p 246
Opie John, Cornwall, 18 century, artist, p 190
Osulf,, circa 1068, tenant of Robert d'Albemarle, p 20
Ourry Captain Paul,, 1775, Commissioner of the Dock, p 192
Ourry family, and Plympton, circa 1850s, landowners and politicians, p 202
Owen David, and Plympton, 1966, MP, p 274, 282
Owen Thomas,, 1895, owner of the Mercury, p 256
Oxenham John,, 1572, seaman, p 88, 89, 90, 94
Page John,, 1461, mayor, p 62
Page William,, circa 1590, murdered merchant written about by Ben Johnson and Thomas Dekker, 118
Palmer James L.,, 1936, newspaper editor, p 256
Paige John,, circa 1660s, magistrate, p 164
Parker A. S.,, 1924, architect and founder of the Old Plymouth Society, p 246
Parker family, Boringdon and north Devon, 16 century, eventually moved to Saltram and took title Morley, p 121, 181
Parker John,, 1784, son of George created Lord Boringdon, p 181, 190, 192
Parker George,, 1712, bought Saltram house, p 181, 182, 183
Parker Theresa, Saltram, 1796,, p 194
Parker William,, 1587, privateer, p 108, 115, 116, 140, 143
Parkhurst Anthony,, 1564, seaman officer under John Hawkins, p 79
Parkin John, and Cremyll, 18 century, shipbuilder, p 222
Passour Humphrey,, 1374, burgess received letters patent from King Edward III, p 45, 46, 47, 52
Patilysden Vincent,, 1453/4/6, Mayor and Lancastrian supporter, p 62
Pattinson Harold,, early 1950s, Housing committee chairman, p 264, 275
Pay Harry, Poole, circa 1400, pirate, p 50
Payne William,, circa 1785, watercolour painter, p 7, 132, 134
Paynter family,, circa 1490, merchant family, p 65
Paynter John,, 1487, merchant and Mayor, p 68, 69
Peard Justinian, and north Devon, 1669, Mayor, p 164
Pearse Robert,, early 1950's, historian, p 23
Pellew Edward,, 1796, Commander-in-Chief, p 193
Penton Major-General A. P.,, 1914, Officer in Command South West Coast Defences, p 242
Peperell Walter,, 1591, Mayor, p 124
Peters Hugh, and Fowey, 1646, parliamentary chaplain, p 158
Pethick 'Honest' John,, circa 1889, building contractor and Mayor, p 224, 229, 231, 234, 242
Peverell Hugh,, 1241, landowner, p 19
Phillips Miles,, 1583, seaman, p 82
Phillips William,, 1747, Mayor, p 182
Phillpotts Dr, Exeter, circa 1831, Tory Bishop of Exeter, p 208, 235, 236
Pistore William,,, early Plymothian (a baker), p 23
Pitts Henry,, 1643, wine merchant, p 154
Plinton Robert,, circa 1567, seaman, p 82
Pole Admiral Sir Charles Morice,, 1757, MP, p 193, 207
Pollard family,, 1513, property owners, p 37
Pollexfen Ann, and Kitley, 1699, daughter of Edward and wife of William Bastard, p 166
Pollexfen Edward, and Kitley, circa 1680, town clerk, p 166, 167, 182
Pomeroy Leonard,, 1623, merchant, p 145
Ponsonby Rev. Gordon,, early 20 century, vicar of Stoke church, p 237, 257
Pope family, and Turnchapel, 1826, shipbuilders, p 222
Popham Chief Justice, and Somerset, circa 1605, founder of the Plymouth Company of Virginia, p 143
Porter Francis,, 1643 Presbyterian garrison chaplain, p 161, 162
Possebury Robert,, 1374, burgess received letters patent from King Edward III, p 45
Prance Guy,, 1931, cinemas, p 255
Priest W. H. J.,, 1923, businessman, p 246
Preston Sir Amias,, 1595, sea captain, p 108
Prynne Rev. George, and Looe, circa 1845, Vicar, p 236
Purdie Tom,, 1938 first manager of the Royal cinema, p 255
Pym Charles,, 1651, Francis Drakes brother-in-law, p 164
Pym John, Tavistock, circa 1641, MP and childhood friend of Francis Drake, p 147, 151
Quarles James,, 1587, chief victualling officer, p 98
Quental Henry,, 1414, pirate, p 52
Radford Sir Charles,, 1916, Alderman, p 253
Radford Elizabeth, and Plympton, 1820s, founder of Pophams, p 253
Ralegh Walter,, 1569, seaman, p 86, 91, 94, 97, 102, 106, 107, 108, 112, 143, 145, 169
Ranse James,, 1566, sea captain, p 80
Rashleigh Jonathan, and Menabilly, cica 1710, landowner, p 181
Rawlyn Robert,, 1620, sea captain and Mayor, p 116, 140
Reckitt Isaac and Hull, 1905, Quaker and soap maker, p 213
Redvers Amicia, Devon, 1273, mother of the last Redvers Earl of Devon and founder of Buckland Abbey, p 29, 31
Redvers Baldwin, and Devon/Plympton, circa 1068, William I's second cousin made Earl of Devon, p 19, 24,
Reece Thomas ap, Bristol, 1419, pirate, p 52
Reed Henry,, 1889, had Grand Theatre built, p 254
Rendle J. M.,, 1827, builder of Laira bridge, p 216
Rennie John,, 1812, Breakwater engineer, p 210, 211
Rennie Sir John,, circa 1830, son of John built Royal William Victualling Yard, p 211
Reynolds Sir Joshua, Plympton, 18 century, artist, p 191, 195, 204
Reynolds George, Plympton, 18 century, Joshuas younger brother a naval seaman, p 191
Richard Earl of Cornwall,, 1272, died, p31
Richard the Tanner,, 1310, Prepositus - reeve or bailiff, p 37
Riddle Rev. T. Wilkinson,, circa 1924, Baptist preacher, p 258
Rider Alonzo,, 1863-1896, headmaster of Stoke Public School and founder of devonport High School for Boys, p 238
Robartes Lord, Truro and Lanhydrock, 1642, landowner, p 152, 156, 157, 162
Rodney Captain George,,1756, senior officer, p 185
Rodney Admiral,, 1780, election candidate, p 206
Rogers Frederic,, 1739, navy, p 184, 192, 193
Rogers Sir Frederic,, 1851, eighth baronet, p 222
Rogers Sir Frederick Lemon,, 1780, Recorder of Plymouth and MP, p 206, 207
Rogers John,, circa 1700s, MP and member of dominant family, p 179, 180, 183, 184
Rogers William,, circa 1735, merchant, p 184
Rooker Alderman Alfred,, 1871, election candidate, p 240, 241
Rosedew, Cornwood, 1797, post horse provider, p 190
Rous Francis, Halton, 1642, half brother to John Pym, p 152
Routliffe, and Mount Batten, 1849-1888, shipbuilder, p 222
Rowland John,, 1462, mayor for three years, p 62
Rowse Dr. A. L.,, 20 century, historian, p 125, 139
Rudyerd John,, 1706, built second Eddyson lighthouse, p 172
Russell family, Tavistock, circa 16 century, eventually ennobled as Dukes of Bedford, p 75
Russell Lord John, Tavistock, 1818, MP, p 208
Ruthven Colonel,, 1642, parliamentary commander of town, p 152, 153
Ryngstede Ralf de, of Lincoln, 1335, vicar of St Andrew's also a canon and prebend of Exeter Cathedral, p 29
Sampson John,, 1374, burgess received letters patent from King Edward III, p 45. 46
Sampson Henry,, 1395, pos son of John, p 47
Sanchia of Provence,, circa 1270, Richard Earl of Cornwall's second wife, p 31
Sandon Frank,, 1937, last headmaster of Corporation Grammar School, p 258
Saulf,, pre 1066, Saxon landowner, p 20
Saunders Captain Charles,, 1750, MP, p 184
Saunders William, and Bath, 1860, founder of Western Morning News, p 256
Savage William,, 1461, a merchant, p 62
Savery Tom,, 20 century, solicitor and council leader, p 282
Savignon Andre,, circa 1940, French writer and blitz survivor, 261
Scoble John,, 1613, Mayor, p 146
Scott family,, 19 century, brewers, p 215
Scott Robert Falcon,, 1912, South Pole explorer, p 215
Seaton Lord, Cornwood,, general at Waterloo bought Beechwood House, p 190
Seddon Priscilla,, 1848, religious charity worker amongst the poor, p 236
Serpell family,, 1864, biscuit manufacturers, p 215, 275
Seymour Sir Francis, Totnes, circa 1626, MP, p 147
Seymour John,,, married Elizabeth Culme, p 193
Seymour Michael,, 1798, naval officer, p 193
Shaw Aircraftman,, circa 1936, aka Lawrence of Arabia, p 251
Shaw Rev. S.,, 1788, writer and visitor, p 173
Sheere Nicholas,, circa 1600, leading merchant, p 141
Shepherd family, and Northampton, circa 1700s, woollen manufacturers, p 178, 200
Shepherd W. K., and Bristol, 1946, planner, p 266, 268
Sherley Sir Anthony,, 1596, seaman, p 115
Sherwill Nicholas,, 17 century, Mayor, p 139, 142, 145, 149, 150
Sherwill Rev Nicholas,, circa 1670, Puritan, p 162, 163
Sherwill Thomas,, 1607, eminent merchant Mayor and MP, p 139, 140, 142, 146, 147, 149, 150
Shilston,, 19 century, shipbuilder, p 222
Shipper John,, circa 1470, townsman, p 62
Silvester Peter,, 1593, wealthy citizen, p 125
Slanning Nicholas, and Maristow, 1642, MP, p 152, 181
Smeaton John,, 1756, built third Eddystone lighthouse, p 172, 195, 210, 233
Smith Hamilton,, 1776-1849, artist, p 52
Smith Captain John,, 1615, seaman, p 144
Snapedon William,, circa 1368, landowner, p 20
Snapedon Gonilda,, circa 1368, wife of William daughter of the last male Bastard, p 20
Soane Sir John,, 1820, architect, p 211
Soltau George,, 1846, Liberal leader, p 231, 237
Sparke family,, 17 century, property owners, p 55, 75, 181, 182
Sparke John,, 1564, seaman officer under John Hawkins merchant and town councillor and Mayor, p 79, 80, 93, 106, 107, 117, 119, 143
Sparke William,, 1587, seaman, p 96
Spender Edmund, and Bath, 1860, founder Western Morning News, p 256
Spicer Richard,, circa 1400, pirate, p 50
Spooner family,, circa 1860,, p 253
Spooner Joseph,, 1858, opened a draper's shop, p 253
Spry John,, 1546, painter artist and map-maker, p 119
Spry Robert,, 1570, painter artist and map-maker, p 119-123
Spry Robert jnr,, 1595, painter artist and map-maker, p 122
Stanford family,, circa 1820, glass factory owners, p 213
Stamp Dudley,, circa 1946, geographer, p 263
Stephens Solomon,, 1924, Mayor, p 245, 259
Stert Arthur, and Membland, 1713, MP, p 184
Stevane John,, 1590, foreman builder on Drakes Leat, p 123, 124
Stevens William,, 1586, seaman, p 95
Stirling H. J. W.,, 1950, city architect, p 267
St Leger John, Devon, 1587, seaman, p 96
Stockman William,, 1590, foreman builder on Drakes Leat, p 123, 124
Stone Mrs Alison,, 1990s, council chief executive, p 282
Strangwidge George,, 1589, lover of Ulalia Glandfield reported killed on the Cadiz expedition, p118
Streeter Gary,, 1991, solicitor and MP, p 283
Strodes family, Newnham, circa 1450 onwards, landowners, p 121, 181, 204
Strode Richard, Plympton, 1637, brother of William, p 151
Strode Sir William, Newnham, 16 century, landowner MP, p 140, 147, 148
Stubbes John,, 1472, perpetual vicar of St Andrew's, p 29
Sydenham Humphrey, Devon, 1587, seaman, p 95
Teate Thomas,, 1665, ropelayer, p 160
Temple Frederick, Exeter, 1869, Bishop of Exeter, p 237, 238
Thomas David St John, now Scotland, 1993, former publisher, p x
Thomas John,, 1547, town defender, p 77
Thompson David,,1613, married in St Andrews, p 145
Tiley Ann,, 1745, wife of andrew Kinsman, p 197
Tozer Clifford,, 1945, shopkeeper and councillor, p 264, 274, 275
Trahair family,, 1921, developers of Farley rusks, p 251
Tranton John,, 1587, seaman, p 96
Treby Charity, and Plympton, 1749, married Captain Paul Ourry, p 192
Treby family, and Plympton, circa 1850s, landowners and politicians, p 202, 203
Treby George, Plympton, circa 1688, lawyer and MP, p 180
Treby George, Plympton, circa 1720, son of George and MP, p 180-181, 183
Treby Paul Ourry, Plympton, 1848, landowner, p 217
Tregarthen Thomas,, 1449, distinguished man accused of owning a pirate ship, p 61, 64, 77
Tregelles Samuel,, circa 1830s, Bible scholar, p 237
Trelawny Elizabeth,, 1655, Quaker and correspondent of George Fox, p 161
Trelawny family,, 16 century, landowners and merchants, p 121, 264
Trelawny Charles,, 1698, MP, p 183
Trelawny Charles,, 1843-1873, master and owner of the Dartmoor Foxhounds, p 239
Trelawny Sir Jonathan,, 1667,, p 165
Trelawny Robert,, circa 1609, merchant Mayor, p 143, 145, 147, 150, 152
Trelawny Robert,, circa 1620s, son of Robert (above) and early US immigrant, p148, 150
Tremayne Andrew and Nicholas [twins], Collacombe near Tavistock, 1568, protestant defenders of Le Havre, p 83
Tremayne Edmund, and Collacombe, 1577, Plymouth MP, p 87
Trenode Richard, Bristol, 1422/1432, sheriff/mayor of Bristol, p 53
Tresawell Thomas,, circa 1486, mayor, p 64, 67
Trevanion Sir Charles,, circa 1720, Commissioner at Plymouth Dock, p 183
Treville Richard,, 1597, fish merchant, p 126, 142, 143, 150
Trevys William,, 1374, burgess received letters patent from King Edward III, p 45
Troughton Captain,, 1596, sea captain on Francis Drake's last voyage, p 110
Tyrwhitt Thomas, Princetown, 1805, proposed prison, p 187, 207, 216
Valletort John,, circa 1281, claimed he was lord of the manor of Sutton, p 31
Valletort John, of Clyst in east Devon, 1317, lord of manor, p 38
Valletort John, of Moditon, 1317, lord of manor, p 38
Valletort Ralph, and Plympton, circa 1254, lord of the manor, p 28, 29
Valletort Reginald, and Plympton, circa 1274, son of Ralph died young without heirs, p 29
Valletort Joan, and Plympton, circa 1254, lady of the manor, p 28
Valletort Roger, and Plympton, circa 1274, brother of Ralph succeeded to estates on death of Ralph, p 29
Valletort Reginald de, and Cornwall, circa 1068, land tenant, p 19, 22, 23
Valletort Renaldus de, and Cornwall, 1106, one of King Henry I knights and landowner, p21, 22, 23
Valletort Richard, and Saltash, 1190, gave Saltash its charter, p 23, 27
Valletort Viscount,, 1859, MP, p 209
Vanbrugh Charles,, 1739, brother of John, p 184
Vanbrugh John,, 1719, wharf designer, p 171, 184
Vaughan Dr William,, 1856-8, built the Catolic cathedral, p 236
Veifer Reginald de,,, early Plymothian, p 23
Venour Walter De,, 1377, mayor of Sutton Prior, p 53, 65
Venour William,, circa 1439, married to Richard Trenode's sister Thomasine, p 53, 65
Vennour William le,, circa 1358, contractor in charge of ship-building, p 43
Vickers Joan,, 1955, Devonport Mp, p 274
Vincent,, 1596, town crier, p 127
Vincent Admiral Lord St., 1779, proposed building a breakwater, p 187
Vinney Clifford,, 1970s-1990s, boatbuilding company director, p 277
Wado,, pre 1066, saxon landowner, p 20
Waff Elias, and Portsmouth, circa 1700, first master shipwright, p 172
Wakefield Edward Gibbon,, 1839, founder of the New Zealand Company, p 221
Walling R. A. J.,, 1895, first editor of the Western Evening Herald, p 256
Wallis Henry,, 1603, vicar of St Andrews, p 139, 150
Warelwast Bishop, Exeter, c 1066, nephew and chaplain of William The Conqueror, p 28
Ward John,, circa 1616, pirate, p 145
Ward Luke,, 1585, sea captain, p 96
Wardlaw Col James,, 1643, Plymouth Commander, p 154
Warne Mary, Torpoint, 1713, wife of Thomas Graves, p 193
Warwick Robert,, 1497, landowner and rebel, p67
Washington Thomas,,, chantry priest, p 65
Waters Robert, and Portsmouth, 1690, awarded contract to build stone dock at point Froward, p 168, 170, 174
Watkyn [the mason],, 1480, worked on the first guildhall, p 57
Watson Andrew Forbes,, 1970s, town clerk, p 276
Watson Jamie Paton,, 1938, city engineer, p 262-267, 271, 275
Weekes William,, circa 1590, built a quay at Coxside, p 119
Welch Edwin,, 20 century, city archivist, p 206
Wennington Robert, Dartmouth, 1449, ordered to cleanse the sea of pirates, p 61
Wesley John,, circa 1740s, preached at Dock, p 173, 191, 196, 197
Westlake Mr,, circa 1570s, headmaster, p 127
Weston Agnes, and Devonport, 1873, worked in the temperance movement, p 239
Weston Geoffrey de,, 1155, landowner, p 20
Weston John,, 1374, received letters patent from King Edward III, p 45
Weymouth George,, 1605, explorer, p 143
Whidbey Joseph,, 1812, Breakwater engineer, p 210
Whiddon Jacob,, 1586, sea captain, p 94, 96, 101, 108
Wightwick,, circa 1851, architect, p 229
White William,, born 1845, became director of naval construction, p 223
Whitfeld Henry, and Devonport, circa 1897, editor of the Independent, p 232
Whitfield,, circa 1740s, preached at Dock, p 173, 197
William of Stoke,, 1298, burgess who attended Edward I's second Parliament, p 34
Williams John, Cornwall, circa 1567, seaman, p 82
Wilson Dr. Aaron,, 1634, lecturer St Andrews, p 150, 161
Wingfield Anthony,, 1589, soldier, p 104
Winne George,, circa 1790, merchant father of Sally, p 194
Winne Sally,, circa 1790, love interest of Prince William, p 194
Winstanley Henry,, 1696, built first Eddystone lighthouse, p 172
Winter William,, 1579, sea captain, p 90, 96
Wise family,, 1428, landowners, p 70, 121
Witherington Robert,, 1586, sea captain, p 94, 104
Wood James,, 1596, chief surgeon on Francis Drake's last voyage, p 110
Woollcombe Henry,, circa 1790, lawyer, p 176, 185, 196, 206, 207
Woollcombe J. Y.,, 1918, Mayor, p 245, 246
Woollcombe Thomas, and Plympton, 1804, lawyer, p 203, 221
Worth R. N.,, 1666,, p 163
Wright Harry,, 1945, council chairman of finance, p 274, 275
Wyndham Thomas,, 1546, naval officer and partner of William Hawkin's, p 77, 78
Yeo John, and north Devon, 1871, shop founder, p 253
Yogge John,, circa 1470, son of William, p 62
Yogge Thomas,, 1485, merchant, p 64, 65, 68, 137
Yogge William,, 1461/70, mayor, p 62, 67
Yonge Dr Charles,, 1804, doctor, p 196,
Yonge James,, 1670, surgeon and Mayor, p 166, 176, 182
Yonge John,, 1587, sea captain, p 96, 101
Young Robert,, 1730, dockyard clerk, p 173
Zeelander John, Fowey, 1436, pirate, p 52

Names mentioned in the NOTES and BIBLIOGRAPHY section page 288 - 297 not included in above Index