Index of persons and Places
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'Index of persons and Places: D', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 12: 1697 (1933), pp. 373-376. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=82816 Date accessed: 22 July 2014.


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Dagg, John, collector of Fowey port, 205.

Dalbenas, Charles, junior, lieutenant, pension for, 96.

-, Henry, senior, captain, pension for, 96.

Dalby, Dalby Haggs, co. York, 126, 127.

D'Allone. See Allone.

Dallyson, Dame Katherine, royal bounty for, 291.

Dalton, Sir Marmaduke, 262.

-, Thomas, forfeited estate of, 317.

Daly, Charles, captain, lease of farm in Callow, 161.

Dalystown, co. Westmeath, 317.

Dampiere (Dampier), —, captain, issues for, 69, 267, 283.

Dancklemann, Thomas Ernest, envoy extraordinary of the Elector of Brandenburg, 104.

Danvers, John, a Commissioner of the Leather Duty, 120.

-, Thomas, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, co. Essex, 302.

Darbie. See Derby.

Darcy, Nich., of Platin, forfeited estate of, 103.

-, -, forfeited estate of, 319.

Dardistown, co. Westmeath, 325, 327.

Darlestone, Margaret, tenant, 112.

Darling, Richard, solicitor to the Commissioners for Forfeitures, Ireland, 131.

Darneley, Lady Katherine, royal bounty for, 272.

Darrell, Edward, petition for grant of land near Richmond, 261.

Dartiquenave (Dartquenave), Charles, Agent for Taxes, 44, 49, 50, 207; a manager of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, 221, 303.

Dartmouth, co. Devon, 39, 214, 347.

Dartmouth, Lord. See Legge, G.

Dashwood, —, bond of, 66.

Daussy, Jean, French Reformed Cornet, pension for, 96.

Davies (Davis), John, surveyor of the warehouse, London port, 290.

-, -, arrears of quit rents, Ireland, 232.

-, Josiah, broker, 264.

-, Sarah, petition of, 41.

-, Thomas, a King's messenger, 99, 150.

Davistown [Deanestown], co. Dublin, 134.

Dawes (Daws), John, bridle cutter and leather dresser, petition for place as general surveyor for the Leather Duty, 137, 292.

Dawson, —, petition of, 50.

-, Mris., dresser to the late Queen, 110.

Day, John, sub-collector of tenths, Bath and Wells diocese, 29, 171.

D'Burk. See Burk.

D'Civill. See Civill.

D'Costa. See Costa.

Dean, Forest of, felling of trees in, 128, 129.

Dean (Deane), —, [Treasurer to the Glass Commissioners], 16, 17.

-, -, major, rent of lands in Dublin, 336.

Deanestown. See Davistown.

Death, John, Yeoman of the Field to the late Queen, 110.

De Casseres. See Casseres.

Decies, co. Waterford, barony of, 316, 321.

De Courcy. See Courcy.

Deece, co. Meath, barony of, 319, 322, 325.

Deeping, co. Lincoln, manor of, 349.

Deering. See Dering.

De Font Arcada. See Arcada.

De Golse. See Golse.

De Guerra. See Guerra.

De la Bretonier. See Bretonier.

De Lamartinerie. See Martiniere.

Delamere, —, mayor, lease of lands in Roscommon, 325.

De la Rose. See Rose.

De la Rue. See Rue.

De L'Isle. See L'Isle.

Delligabaun. See Dilleghagabane.

Delvin, co. Westmeath, barony of, 325.

De Machado. See Machado.

De Medina. See Medina.

Demifore. See Fore.

Denbigh, county of, Chief Justice of. See Jekyll, J.: Receivers General and Surveyors of Assessments and Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, 144, 167, 227, 302.

Denbigh, Lord. See Fielding, B.

Denmark, Forces of, 98, 282; in Flanders, 33, 192, 193.
-, King of. 244.
-, Princess of. See Anne.

Denn, Theo., tenant, 333.

Denneston, Edward, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, co. York, 167, 227.

Dennis, Cornelius, of London, merchant, 161.

-, Silvester, of London, merchant, revenue of the New River Water, 100, 109.

Dent, William, a place in the Leather Duty, 136.

Denton, Richard, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, co. Berkshire, 167, 227.

Depres, —, captain, pension for, 96.

Depwade, co. Norfolk, hundred of, 145.

Derby, county of, Auditor of. See Aldworth, W.; Morris, H.; lead mines in, lott and cope of, 49, 51, 214; Receivers General and Surveyors of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, 145, 167, 228, 302.

Derby, (Darbie), John, Receiver General of Assessments and Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, co. Dorset, 146, 227.

Dering (Deering, Dereing), Charles, a Commissioner for Forfeitures, Ireland, 131.

-, -, custodiam grant of land in co. Dublin, 326.

-, Sir Henry, Wine Licences revenue, 24, 172.

Dermott. See MacDermott.

Derreen, co. Galway, 116.

Derreen, co. Roscommon, 325.

Derreen and Carrowreagh, Queen's County, 329.

Derrinlorige [? Derrinlurg], co. Roscommon, 335.

Derrinlurg. See Derrinlorige.

Derrinmorisagh, Devinine Morishah, Upper Ossory barony, Queen's County, 328, 331.

Derry. See Londonderry.

Derrycantame [? Derrycanton], Queen's County, 331.

Derrycanton. See Derrycantame.

Derryfeshime [Derryfineen], co. Cork, 133.

Derryfineen. See Derryfeshime.

Derry Lone Knock, Ibane barony, co. Cork, 135.

Derrylonghave, Upper Ossory barony, Queen's County, 329.

Derrymonesh, Upper Ossory barony, Queen's County, 330.

Derrymuckle, Killian barony, co. Galway, 116.

Derrynaseera. See Derrynassirry.

Derrynassirry [? Derrynaseera], Queen's County, 333.

Derrynclug, co. Kildare, 324.

Derrynevane, Farbill barony, co. Westmeath, 323.

Derrypatrick. See Dirpatrick.

Derwent, River, fishing in the, 127.

- See also Ouse.

Desaret (Dessaret), —, 79, 83.

Desertbeagh. See Dysartbeagh.

Desford. See Dishforth.

Deslies, —, captain, company of, 97.

Desmincer, —, house in Dublin, 317.

Dessaret. See Desaret.

Deueulle, Aaron, of Southampton, mariner, 300.

De Vebron. See Vebron.

De Veil. See Veil.

De Vere, Aubrey, 20th Earl of Oxford, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 171; lieutenant general, pay as, 310; loans by, 180, 208; regiment of, 43, 44, 190, 201, 251; royal bounty for, 8, 45, 136, 137, 150, 242.

Devinine Morishah. See Derrinmorisagh.

Devizes, co. Wilts., 144.

Devon, county of, 85, 167; Receivers General and Surveyors of Assessments and Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, 144, 167, 228, 302.

Devonshire, Duke of. See Cavendish, W.

De Witts. See With.

Dewy (Dewey), James, Agent for Taxes, 50, 70, 174, 207, 233, 303; a manager of the Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, 221; loan by, 178.

Deyos, Ann, widow of George, 305, 318.

-, George, collector of Ross, 305, 318.

D'Grave. See Grave.

Dickenson, Francis, lands in Pickering, 127.

-, Rives, 67.

Dieren, Holland, court at, 297.

Difforth alias Difford. See Dishforth.

Digby, [John], clerk to the trustees for the sale of fee farms, 86.

Diggs, Richard, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, co. Gloucester, 302.

Dilleghagabane alias Ballighagabove, Dillighagabave [? Delligabaun], Queen's County, 330.

Dillon, Christopher, forfeited estate of, 132, 335.

-, Garret, forfeited estate of, 132.

-, Isabella, Countess of Roscommon, wife of Wentworth, lands in Meath, 124.

-, Sir James, afterwards 3rd Earl of Roscommon, father of Wentworth, 124.

-, Martha, royal bounty for, 38, 40, 50, 216.

-, Pierce, forfeited lands of, 315.

-, Richard, lands in Roscommon, 134.

-, -, of Clonbrock, lands in Meath, 124.

-, -, Robert, son of, 124.

-, -, 2nd Earl of Roscommon, styled Lord Kilkenny West, 124.

-, Thomas, forfeited lands of, 315.

-, Wentworth, 4th Earl of Roscommon, 124.

Dirpatrick [Derrypatrick], co. Meath, 325.

Dise. See Uise.

Dishforth, Desford, Difforth alias Difford, co. York, 129, 262.

Disney, Ann, royal bounty for, 291.

-, William, royal bounty for, 291.

Diss, co. Norfolk, hundred of, 145.

Diston, Thomas, Receiver General of Assessments and Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, Coventry, 86, 93, 144.

Dixon, Alexander, Dragoon officer, 258.

Dixwell, Sir Basil, lieutenant of Dover castle, 92, 286.

Dizert. See Dysart.

Dobbin, Peter, forfeited estate of, 325.

Dockwra, William, inventor of the Penny Post, pension for, 125.

Doddington (Dod, Dodington), George, [Cashier of the Navy], 9, 40, 41, 43, 44, 48, 57, 58, 63, 69, 77, 78, 246, 340; a trustee for circulating Exchequer Bills, 8, 143, 161, 270.

Doe, Lewis, Receiver General of the Revenue, Ireland, 281.

Dolphin, Joseph, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, cos. Cambridge and Huntingdon, 302.

Dolton, Edward, forfeited estate of, 316.

Domvile, Sir Thomas, Clerk of the Crown and Hanaper in Ireland, 120.

Donard, co. Wexford, 325.

Done, Thomas, an Auditor of Imprests, 27, 178, 259, 278, 289, 313; loan by, 180.

Donegal, county of, forfeited lands in, 325.

Donelan. See Donnellan.

Dongan. See Dungan.

Donnellan (Donelan), Nehemiah, a Commissioner of the Great Seal, Ireland, 315; a Baron of the Exchequer, Ireland, 116; custodiam grant of lands in Meath, 324.

Donoghoe, Donogohe. See Coolebally.

Donore, Dunore, co. Carlow, chiefry of, 320.

Donovant, Mris., pension for, 121.

Dopping, Anthony, bishop of Meath, 313.

Dorchester, co. Dorset, 91.

Dorchester, Countess of. See Sedley, Catherine.

Dorlane. See Kergline.

Dormer, John, assistant to the Master of the Ceremonies, 248, 255.

Dorpere, Lewis, bills of, 289.

Dorset, county of, Receivers General and Surveyors of Assessments and Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, 146, 166, 227, 302.

Dorset, Earl of. See Sackville, C.

Douglas, Charles, 2nd Earl of Selkirk, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 158.

-, James, 2nd Duke of Queensberry, styled Earl of Drumlanrig, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, loans by, 171, 180.

-, Joseph, pension of, 203.

Dounton. See Trondhjem.

Dover, co. Kent, 63, 130, 300; castle, lieutenant of. See Dixwell, Sir B.; offices of Registry of Seamen, 270.

Dowden, —, captain, 352.

Down, county of, 133, 317.

Down, co. Westmeath, 322.

- See also Dune.

Downmore. See Great Downes.

Downs, The, 300.

Dowse, —, name on back of counterfeit Exchequer Bill, 78.

-, John, collectorship of the Leather Duty in London, 137.

Doyle, Mris., pension for, 121.

Doyly, Thomas, Receiver General of Assessments and Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, co. Monmouth, 144, 227.

Drake, George, of Kildrought, forfeited estate of, 103.

-, William, tidesman and boatman, Penzance, to be boatman at Portsmouth, 182.

Draper, William, tenant, 350.

Draycot, James, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, co. Hertford, 168, 227.

Drim, Ballymoe barony, co. Galway, 116.

Drinane. See Drinaun.

Drinaun, Drinane, co. Roscommon, 325.

Dromagh. See Towren.

Droman, Upper Ossory barony, Queen's County, 328.

Drombeg, Drumbegg, co. Cork, 336.

Dromdarig [Dromderrig], co. Cork, 133.

Dromderrig. See Dromdarig.

Drominagh, Carbery barony, co. Cork, 336.

Dromkeare, Drumkeare, co. Kerry, 334.

Dromleigh, co. Cork, 133.

Dromreague, Westdromreague, co. Cork, 133.

Drontheim. See Trondhjem.

Drumaherbegg, co. Limerick, 320.

Drumbegg. See Drombeg.

Drumgarry, Upper Third barony, co. Waterford, 321.

Drumharsna. See Drumharsury.

Drumharsury [Drumharsna], co. Galway, 134.

Drumkeare. See Dromkeare.

Drumlanrig, Earl of. See Douglas, J.

Drumontiogree, Iveagh barony, co. Down, 317.

Drury, Thomas, tidesman and boatman, Brightlingsea, 149.

D'Seine. See Seine.

Dublin, county of, forfeited lands in, 120, 134, 315, 319, 324, 326, 336.

Dublin, co. Dublin, 102, 114, 118, 133, 134, 208, 280, 316.
-, Castle, 104, 112–3, 131.
-, Custom House, the old, 116.
-, Hangman Lane, 316.
-, High Street, "King's Head," 317.
-, "Horse Shoe," 317.
-, Kizars Lane (Kesarslane), 117, 134.
-, Merchants Quay, 317.
-, St. James's Street, 317.
-, St. Mich. Lane, 317.
-, Weavers Hall, 316.
-, Wine Tavern Street, 317.
-, storekeeper at. See Stewart, A.

Dubrune, John, ammunition supplied to the Governor of New York, 160, 221.

Dudley, Lettice, Countess of Leicester, 112.

-, Robert, 14th Earl of Leicester, lands in Alvecote, 112.

Duke, Elizabeth, pension for, 121.

Duleek, co. Meath, barony of, 323.

Dumar, —, derelict lands at Shoreham, 8, 12.

Dumtriemane, Connello barony, co. Limerick, 324.

Dunboyne, co. Meath, 315.

Duncan, Mris., royal bounty for, 122.

Dunch, William, of Lincoln's Inn, purchase of annuity, 337.

Duncomb, Charles, Cashier of Excise, 5; loan by, 106.

-, William, a Lord Justice of Ireland, 223.

Dundalk, co. Louth, barony of, 323.

-, co. Louth, camp at, 130.

Dundermott, Athlone barony, co. Roscommon, 335.

Dune [? Down], King's County, 113.

Dungan (Dongan), Thomas, colonel, late Governor of New York, disbursements in war against French and Indians of Canada, 160, 187, 220, 221.

Dunganny, co. Meath, 124.

Dungillane [? Duntahane], co. Cork, 99.

Duninga. See Dunniney.

Dunkirk, France, expedition against, 184.

Dunleckny, co. Carlow, 319.

Dunniney [? Duninga], co. Kilkenny, 235.

Dunore. See Donore.

Dunroe, co. Carlow, 319.

Dunsallagh, Dunsellagh, co. Waterford, 316.

Duntahane. See Dungillane.

Du Place. See Place.

Du Puy. See Puy.

Duras. See Durfort.

Durfort or Duras, Louis de, 2nd Earl of Feversham, 111, 273; a trustee for Queen Catherine, 112.

Durham, county of, coal mines in, 186, 290; land revenue in, 72, 297, 349; Receivers General and Surveyors of Assessments and Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, 144, 168, 228, 302, 341, 347.

Durham, diocese of, bishop of, 35, 141; revenue of First Fruits and Tenths in, 339.

Durphy, —, payment to, 78.

Dursley, Viscount. See Berkeley, C.

Dysart, Dizert, Queen's County, 333.

Dysartbeagh, Desertbeagh, Queen's County, 332.

Dyves, —, a clerk in the Exchequer, 79, 83.