Webpage created: January 04, 2020
Webpage updated: April 12, 2020
SURNAMES - F
John Facey was Mayor of Plymouth for 1749-1750 and 1758-1759.
Robert Fanshawe was Mayor of Plymouth for 1773-1774 and for 1787-1788.
Mrs Anne Farley, wife and later widow of Mr Samuel Farley, baker, is credited with baking the first Farley's Rusk, invented by Mr William Penn Hele Eales (1809-1878) and later produced by Farley's Infants Food Limited.
John Finnigan was Lord Mayor of Plymouth for 1990-1991.
John Fletcher was chosen as Mayor of Plymouth for 1721-1722 but died the day after his election and was replaced by John Elford.
Arthur Raymond Stanley Floyd (1927-2004) was Lord Mayor of Plymouth for 1976-1977.
The Right Honourable Isaac Foot (1880-1960) was Lord Mayor of Plymouth for 1945-1946.
Sir Diggory Forest was Mayor of Plymouth for 1814-1815.
John Forrest was Mayor of Plymouth for 1756-1757.
Charles Alfred Fox entered into partnership with Mr David Roy and formed Messrs Fox, Roy and Company.
By his will dated August 23rd 1809, Mr Francis Fox (1765-1812), a prominent Quaker, left £1,200 for the purchase of a site and erection of six almshouses in Plymouth.
George Fox (1797-1882) entered into partnership with Mr Samuel Eliott and formed Messrs Fox, Eliott and Company Limited.
Joseph Freeman was Mayor of Plymouth for 1778-1779.
Richard Freeman was Mayor of Plymouth for 1828-1829.
Robert Fuge was Mayor of Plymouth for 1795-1796.
James Henry Furguson was the founder of Messrs J H Furguson and Sons Limited, mineral water manufacturers.