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Jacob Nathan by his Will dated January 15th1864 bequeathed various sums of money to deserving causes in the Borough of Plymouth, to be known as Jacob Nathan's Charity.
Nathaniel Nathan, by his Will dated December 16th 1864 gifted money to distribute to the Jewish poor in Plymouth, known as Nathan's Gift.
Egbert Athelstan New succeeded Mr Henry Cross (1822-18884) as manager of the Plymouth Branch of the National Provincial Bank of England Limited in 1884.
John Nicholls was Mayor of Plymouth for 1765-1766 and 1784-1785
Michael Nicholls was Mayor of Plymouth for 1747-1748; replaced the deceased John Drake for 1752-1753; and was Mayor of Plymouth again for 1761-1762.
Charles Norrington was Mayor of Plymouth for 1863-1864 and 1864-1865.
Samuel Northcote allegedly succeeded Abraham Briggs as Plymouth's Post Master in the 17th century. SEE Postal Service in Old Plymouth to 1839.
Eric Donald Nuttall (1917-1988) was Lord Mayor of Plymouth for 1970-1971.