In 1861, Charles Putt Dure (16) of Stokenham, apprentice tailor, was at home with his parents in Stokenham.
In 1871, Charles Dure (26) of Stokenham, tailor, and wife Hannah E. (24) of Sherford, were living in Chillington Stokenham. Present was daughter Edith E. (1) of Stokenham.
In 1881, Charles Dure (36) of Stokenham, baker & grocer & tailor, and wife Hannah E. (34) of Sherford, were living in Fore St., Stoke Fleming. Present were children: Edith E. (11) of Stokenham, scholar, Lotty F. (8) of Stokenham, and William H. (2) of Stokefleming.
In 1901, Charles P. Dure (55) of Stokenham, tailor, baker & Post Master, and wife Hannah E. (52) of Frogmore, were living in Post Office, Stoke Fleming. Present were children: Lottie F. (28) of Chillington, post office assistant, William H. (22) of Stokefleming, assistant (general), Lillian (18) of Stokefleming
In 1911, Charles Putt Dure (66) of Bickerton Stokenham Devon, baker, grocer & Postmaster, and wife Hannah Elizabeth (64) of Frogmore Sherford Devon, were living in Stoke Fleming. Present were daughters Lottie Florence (38) of Chillington Stokenham, single, housekeeper, Lilian (28) of Stokefleming.
Charles Putt Dure of Albany House Stokefleming Devonshire did 14 September 1912. Probate London 24 October to Hannah Elizabeth Dure, widow. Effects £713 4s. 3d.