OLD PLYMOUTH . UK
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  Brian Moseley, Plymouth
Webpage created: January 04, 2020
Webpage updated: October 31, 2020

        

WHO WAS WHO IN OLD PLYMOUTH

SURNAMES - E

James Eadie appeared on the list of "Freemen and House-holders of the Borough of Plymouth, entitled to vote for Members of Parliament" in July 1832.

Thomas Eales was Mayor of Plymouth for 1807-1808.

William Penn Hele Eales (1809-1878).

George Eastlake junior was Mayor of Plymouth for 1819-1820.

James Easton appeared on the list of "Freemen and House-holders of the Borough of Plymouth, entitled to vote for Members of Parliament" in July 1832.

 

Arthur Symons Eccles (1854-1900), fourth and youngest son of Mr John Henry Eccles (1817-1902) and his wife Harriet, became a doctor of medicine and died on October 22nd 1900.  He was buried at Brompton Cemetery on October 25th 1900.

George Henry Eccles (1841-1918) was the first son and second child born to Mr John Henry Eccles (1817-1902) and his wife, the former Miss Milly Elizabeth Mary Soltau.

Miss Henrietta Elizabeth Eccles (1840-1919) was the eldest daughter and eldest child of Mr John Henry Eccles (1817-1902), surgeon, and his wife, the former Miss Milly Elizabeth Mary Soltau.  She was born in Plymouthbut died on November 17th 1919 in Barnet, Middlesex, at the age of 79 years.

Henry Jenner Eccles (1843-1899) was the third son of Mr John Henry Eccles (1817-1902), surgeon, and his wife, the former Miss Milly Elizabeth Mary Soltau.  He was born in Plymouth in 1844, became an agricultural student, and went to live at Harestone House, Plympton.  He died on September 17th 1889 while visiting his younger brother, Doctor Arthur Symonds Eccles, at 34 Leinster Square, Bayswater, London and was buried at the Brompton Cemetery on September 20th 1889.

J H Eccles appeared on the list of "Freemen and House-holders of the Borough of Plymouth, entitled to vote for Members of Parliament" in July 1832.

John Henry Eccles (?-1841) came to Plymouth after marrying Miss Harriet Jenner at the Roman Catholic Chapel of the Westminster Bavarian Embassy in Middlesex on May 17th 1814.  The couple were the parents of Mr John Henry Eccles (1817-1902), born at Clapham, Surrey in 1817, and Mr Alfred Eccles, born on March 25th 1821 but not baptised until February 26th 1831 in the Ancient Parish Church of Saint Andrew the Apostle in Plymouth.  Mr John Henry Eccles died at Princess Square, Plymouth, on April 14th 1841, 'after a lingering illness'.  His widow, Mrs Harriet Eccles, was running a private boarding school at their home at the time.

John Henry Eccles (1817-1902), the son of Mr John Henry Eccles (?-1841) and his wife, the former Miss Harriet Jenner, became a surgeon in Plymouth.

William Soltau Eccles (1843-1919) was the second son of Mr John Henry Eccles (1817-1902), surgeon, and his wife, the former Miss Milly Elizabeth Mary Soltau.  He was born in Plymouth in 1843 but died at Croydon, Surrey, in 1919, at the age of 76 years.

 

John Edgcumbe appeared on the list of "Freemen and House-holders of the Borough of Plymouth, entitled to vote for Members of Parliament" in July 1832.

William Edgland appeared on the list of "Freemen and House-holders of the Borough of Plymouth, entitled to vote for Members of Parliament" in July 1832.

John Edmonds 1 appeared on the list of "Freemen and House-holders of the Borough of Plymouth, entitled to vote for Members of Parliament" in July 1832.

John Edmonds 2 appeared on the list of "Freemen and House-holders of the Borough of Plymouth, entitled to vote for Members of Parliament" in July 1832.

Frank Reginald Eglinton (1912-1943), of 48 Langstone Road, Peverell, a joiner in the Royal Dockyard, was killed in the air raid on Tuesday November 16th 1943.

John Elford replaced John Fletcher as Mayor of Plymouth for 1721-1722, who died the day following his election.

Jonathan Elford, a son of Sir William Elford, was a partner in the Plymouth Bank.

Sir William Elford, of Bickham House, was an early partner in the Plymouth Bank.

J B Ellen was the Post Master at the General Post Office in Whimple Street in 1878.

John Ellery was Mayor of Plymouth for 1748-1749.

James Elliott was Mayor of Plymouth for 1804-1805.

Samuel Elliott appeared on the list of "Freemen and House-holders of the Borough of Plymouth, entitled to vote for Members of Parliament" in July 1832.

John Ellis 1 appeared on the list of "Freemen and House-holders of the Borough of Plymouth, entitled to vote for Members of Parliament" in July 1832.

John Ellis 2 appeared on the list of "Freemen and House-holders of the Borough of Plymouth, entitled to vote for Members of Parliament" in July 1832.

W C Ellis appeared on the list of "Freemen and House-holders of the Borough of Plymouth, entitled to vote for Members of Parliament" in July 1832.

Flight Lieutenant M Ely, of Hooe, Plymstock, Devon, who was stationed at RAF Mount Batten, was a survivor of the crew of the Blackburn Iris Flying Boat S238 that crashed in Plymouth Sound on Wednesday February 4th 1931.

Ernest Thomas English (1899-1971), a native of Essex, came to Plymouth in 1942 to become the General Secretary of the Plymouth Council of Social Service, later renamed the Plymouth Guild of Social Service.  He was awarded the MBE in the New Year's Honours 1949.  Their headquarters in Buckwell Street was named Ernest English House.  He died at Plymouth on August 29th 1971 and was cremated at Efford Crematorium on September 2nd 1971.

William Evan Evans was Lord Mayor of Plymouth for 1978-1979.

William Hole Evans was Mayor of Plymouth for 1833-1834 and 1837-1838.

A Mr Evelegh, a discharged Borough Surveyor from Bath in Somerset, was the architect of the Plymouth Guildhall erected in 1799-1800.

Robert Evens appeared on the list of "Freemen and House-holders of the Borough of Plymouth, entitled to vote for Members of Parliament" in July 1832.