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John Daw

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John Daw (c1804-1884), Solicitor

Had sons John Daw, R. R. M. Daw and George Daw. Two daughters one married H. S. Ellis

1848 'Mr. John Daw, Solicitor, 13, Bedford Circus, Exeter'.[1]

1853/54 and 1854/55 Mayor of Exeter twice.[2]

1861 Living at Fonthill Villa, St. Leonards, Exeter: John Daw (age 58 born East Budleigh), Solicitor and Registrar of County Court and Widower. With his son Richard R. M. Daw (age 23 born Exeter) Attorney and Solicitor. Also his daughter.[3]

1881 Living at Fonthill Villa, St. Leonards, Exeter: John Daw (age 78 born East Budleigh), Solicitor in Practice - Widower. With two daughters.[4]

1884 January 17th. Died, of Fonthill Villa, Mount Radford. Age 80. Office in Bedford Circus. Long and detailed obituary.[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Saturday 10 June 1848
  2. Exeter Mayors
  3. 1861 Census
  4. 1881 Census
  5. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Friday 18 January 1884