OLD PLYMOUTH . UK
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  Brian Moseley, Plymouth
Webpage created: January 05, 2020
Webpage updated: July 30, 2020

        

WHO WAS WHO IN OLD PLYMOUTH

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James Andrew Page was the founder of the Plymouth business of Messrs Page, Keen and Page Limited.

James Hearder Page, son of Mr James Andrew Page, became a partner in Messrs Page, Keen and Page Limited in 1871.

Benjamin Parham was Mayor of Plymouth for 1845-1846.

Anthony Harold Parish (1923-1993) was Lord Mayor of Plymouth for 1987-1988.

John Alexander Parlby (1769-1849), the son of Thomas Parlby (1727-1802), of Stonehall, East Stonehouse, and the father of John Hall Parlby (1805-1899), was Lord of the Manor of Weston Peverel.

John Hall Parlby (1805-1899) of Manadon House, was the Lord of the Manor of Weston Peverel for more than half a century.

Percival Dorton Pascho (1905-1993) was Lord Mayor of Plymouth for 1965-1966.

Mrs Ellen Pascoe was the Post Mistress at the Union Street Branch Post Office in 1878.

Harold Miller Pattinson (1898-1983)was Lord Mayor of Plymouth for 1963-1964.

Leslie Francis Paul (1903-2000), the son of Louis Francis Paul (1873-1958), and who was born in East Stonehouse, was Lord Mayor of Plymouth for 1957-1958.

Louis Francis Paul (1873-1958), who was born in Devonport, was the founder of Messrs Louis F Paul Limited, wholesale newsagents.

Mr T Pearce was in 1830 the Secretary of the Mendicity Society in Plymouth.

C H Pearn, of Plymouth, was a member of the syndicate that purchased the New Palace Theatre of Varieties in October 1945.

Edwin Alonzo Pearn (1822-1893).

John Peck, by his will dated December 20th 1866, proved at Exeter on May 21st 1869, gave the sums of 300 to the South Devon and East Cornwall Hospital, Plymouth, and 200 to the Plymouth Public Dispensary.  This was known as Peck's Gift.

E W Perry was Lord Mayor of Plymouth for 1954-1955.

Heber James Perry (1887-1976) was Lord Mayor of Plymouth for 1947-1948 and 1948-1949.

Samuel Peters was Mayor of Plymouth for 1769-1770.

Arthur Henry Pethick was one of Messrs Pethick Brothers Limited, contractors.

Benjamin Herbert Pethick, an Associate of the Royal Institute of British Architects, was one of Messrs Pethick Brothers Limited, contractors.

Ernest George Pethick was one of the Pethick Brothers but did not take an active part in Messrs Pethick Brothers Limited, contractors.

John Pethick (1827-1904) was Mayor of Plymouth for 1898-1899 and 1899 to 1900.

John Richard Pethick was one of Messrs Pethick Brothers Limited, contractors.

Nicholas Frank Pethick was one of Messrs Pethick Brothers Limited, contractors.

Andrew Phillips was Mayor of Plymouth for 1712-1713 and 1723-1724.

Thomas Phillips was Mayor of Plymouth for 1734-1735.

William Davis Phillips was Mayor of Plymouth for 1746-1747 and 1766-1767.

John Pike was Mayor of Plymouth for 1714-1715.

Robert Philips was Mayor of Plymouth for 1760-1761.

James Elliot Pillar (1866-1935) was the Lord Mayor of Plymouth for 1934-1935 and thus became Plymouth's first Lord Mayor on May 6th 1935.  He died on Friday July 12th 1935 and was replaced by the Deputy Lord Mayor, Lieutenant-Commander Edward William Rogers Royal Navy (1881-1936).

Benjamin Pooley, a Cornishman by birth, was the founder of the Plymouth bakery business Messrs B Pooley and Sons Limited.

Thomas Willcocks Popham was co-founder of Messrs Popham, Radford and Company, drapery and house furnishing store.

Anthony Porter was  Mayor of Plymouth for 1757-1758.

John Clifford Porter (1906-1980) was Lord Mayor of Plymouth for 1973-1974.

Cyril Seymour Coode Prance (1895-1979).

William Prance (1755-1813).

William Prance (1782-1861) was Mayor of Plymouth for 1842-1843.

John Prideaux (1787-1859).

Joseph Pridham was Mayor of Plymouth for 1809-1810.

R Pridham, Captain, Royal Navy, was Mayor of Plymouth for 1827-1828.

William Pridham (1795-1870) was the first Superintendent Registrar for the Borough of Plymouth.

William Hamilton Jollow Priest (1895-1957) was Mayor of Plymouth for 1927-1928.

William Pryor, a Cornishman by birth, founded the Pryor's Academy for Shorthand and Typing in Plymouth.

S Pym, Captain, Royal Navy, was Mayor of Plymouth for 1816-1817.