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Leading Aircraftman Louis Charles Oates, of 56 Saint James's Street, Penzance, Cornwall, was one of the crew of the Blackburn Iris Flying Boat S238 that crashed in Plymouth Sound on Monday February 4th 1931.
William James Oats (1893-1973) was Lord Mayor of Plymouth for 1956-1957.
Richard Runnals Oke (1901-1970) was the Mayor of Plymouth for 1932-1933.
Stephen Ollivean, in his Will dated May 2nd 1668, gave to the mayor and aldermen of the Borough of Plymouth a yearly rent-charge of £5 4s to be paid out of his two messuages and tenements situated in Saint Luce's Lane, in the parish of Saint John's Bow, Exeter.
Leading Aircraftman Harold Corrie Ongley, of 115 Grenville Road, Plymouth, who was stationed at RAF Mount Batten, was one of the crew of the Blackburn Iris Flying Boat S238 that crashed in Plymouth Sound on Wednesday February 4th 1931.
Richard Opie replaced William Roche as Mayor of Plymouth for 1710-1711 when he was removed from office.