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- Danson, L.A. (1)
- Darling, Charles H., 1809-1870 (1) - Colonial administrator, who served as Lieutenant Governor of Cape Colony 1851-54. In charge during the absences of Sir George Cathcart.
- Darlington, John (1) - Resident of Bradford, Yorkshire.
- Darragh, John (1)
- Daubeny, Charles G.B., 1795-1867 (3) - Professor of Botany at Oxford since 1834. Also Professor of Chemistry until 1855. In 1856, President of the British Association for the Advancement of Science.
- Denman, George, 1819-1896 (1) - Barrister, judge, and politician. Son of 1st Baron Denmen. M.P. for Tiverton 1859-65 and 1866-72. Judge of the High Court of Justice 1881-92.
- Denman, Joseph, 1810-1875 (2) - Naval captain. Son of 1st Baron Denmen. Captain, R.N. Commander of the Royal Yacht "Victoria and Albert" 1854-62.
- Denny, Henry, 1803-1871 (2) - Entomologist and curator of the museum of the Leeds Literary and Philosophical Society.
- Dick, Mrs. (1) - Wife of Thomas Dick.
- Dick, Thomas, 1774-1857 (2) - Writer on religious and scientific topics.
- Dickson, Henry, 1818-1840 (1) - Missionary. Native of Edinburgh. Was a fellow student of Livingstone at Ongar. Appointed to Samoa, but died at Sydney en route in February 1840.
- Director, Ragged School for Boys, Stockport (1)
- Douglas, John (1) - Possibly a photographer in Kendal.
- Drew, Andrew, 1792-1878 (3) - Captain, R.N. (1843). Agent Victualler at the Cape of Good Hope, 1850-63. Promoted to Admiral, 1875.
- Drummond, George, 1808-1893 (4) - Missionary. Native of Cummock. Studied at Glasgow and Ongar. Was appointed to Samoa in 1839, remaining there till 1872.
- Drummond, Henry (4) - Lace manufacturer in Hamilton, where he knew the Livingstone family.
- Duprat, Alfredo, 1816-1881 (5) - Portuguese Consul and representative on the anti-slavery commission at Cape Town. Subsequently Consul-General in London. Created viscount 1870.
- Dyke, Hamilton M., 1817-1880 (4) - Missionary. The son of a London jeweller who emigrated to South Africa in 1822. Joined the French mission in Basutoland in 1840.