OLD PLYMOUTH . UK
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  Brian Moseley, Plymouth
Webpage created: January 03, 2020
Webpage updated: October 31, 2020

        

WHO WAS WHO IN OLD PLYMOUTH

SURNAMES - J

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

George Jago (1806-1894).

Edward James, a Cornishman by birth, was Mayor of Plymouth for 1878-1879 and 1884-1885 and was the founder of Messrs Edward James and Sons, starch, blue and black-lead manufacturers.

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

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

Llewellyn Frederick William Jewitt (1816-1886).

Graham Joseph Jinks (1925-1993) was Lord Mayor of Plymouth for 1979-1980.

Frederick William Johnson (1912-2001) was Lord Mayor of Plymouth for 1974-1975.

William George Johnson (1881-1943), of 41 Langstone Road, Peverell, a taxi proprietor, was killed in the air raid on Tuesday November 16th 1943.

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

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

Joseph Jory be indentures and releases dated March 1702 had erected twelve small almshouses and gave a considerable number of properties as the Jory Charity.

Abraham Joy was Mayor of Plymouth for 1716-1717.

James Joseph Judge (1869-1954).

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