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Richard Rendle Miller Daw

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Richard Rendle Miller Daw (1837-1909) of John Daw and Son, Solicitor and Registrar of the County Court

1837 Born Exeter the son of John Daw

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.[1]

1885/86 Mayor of Exeter.[2]

1901 Living at Spurbarne, Magdelen Road, Exeter: R. R. M. Daw (age 63 born Exeter), Solicitor, J.P., Registrar of County Court. With his five daughters and his son visiting.[3]

1909 January 21st. Died, of 9 Regent's Park, Heavitree, Exeter.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census
  2. Exeter Mayors
  3. 1901 census