ns. Две́рь f. (inanim.) ending ь -> 4th declension. gs. Две́ри
npl. Две́ри gpl. Двере́й
For две́рь, the accent shifts to the first vowel of the suffix in all plurals except the nominative. The same shift is found in all the 4th declension examples (f., m. and n.) on https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russian_declension. Does the accent always move like this in the 4th declension?
I found a list with different stress patterns: https://en.m.wiktionary.org/wiki/Appendix:Russian_stress_patterns_-_nouns
Is there a rule to help match a particular stress pattern with a particular declension number, eg (to rephrase my first question) do all 4th declension nouns follow the stress pattern called "e" on Wikipedia?