Index of persons and Places
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'Index of persons and Places: F', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 12: 1697 (1933), pp. 378-380. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=82818 Date accessed: 20 October 2014.


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Fagan, Richard, of Felkin, forfeited estate of, 85, 95, 111.

Fairesby. See Fazeley.

Fairfax, Thomas, Lord Fairfax, pension for, 79, 341.

Fairside, Adam, lands in Brompton, 127.

-, Thomas, lands in Brompton, 127.

-, William, lands in Brompton, 127.

Falconbridge, Toathim, money due to out of forfeited estate, 327.

Falkland, Viscount. See Carey, A.

-, Viscountess. See Carey, Rebecca.

Falmouth, co. Cornwall, 351.

Fanshaw, William, royal bounty for, 23, 242, 287.

Farbill, co. Westmeath, barony of, 323.

Faresly. See Fazeley.

Faringdon, Farington. See Farrington.

Farleigh, co. Kent, 136.

Farmagrass, co. Westmeath, 120.

Farrell, —. colonel, estate of, 132.

-, Francis, injunction against, 134.

-, James, estate of, 294.

-, Roger, injunction against, 134.

Farren Cross, Farbill barony, co. Westmeath, 323.

Farrenemrahn, Upper Ossory barony, Queen's County, 333.

Farrington (Faringdon, Farington, Farringdon), Thomas, colonel, regiment of, 41, 48, 97, 203, 209; agent to. See Bernard, P.

Farrington Gurney, co. Somerset, manor of, 141.

Fartanmore. See Fortane More.

Farwell, Iriell, mortgage to, 322.

Fassadinin, co. Kilkenny, barony of, 316.

Fauconberg, Earl of. See Belasyse, T.

Fauquiere (Fouquiere), —, receiver for the [Malt] Lottery, 39.

-, John Francis, receiver of milled money, 152.

Fawthorp, Christopher, waiter and searcher, Stockton, 346.

Fayreslee, Fayresley. See Fazeley.

Fazeley (Fairesby, Faresly, Fayreslee, Fayresley), co. Stafford, 85, 95, 112; Chapel Yard, 112; Little Moore, 112.

Feast, Felix, appeal of, 53.

Feilding. See Fielding.

Felkin [Feltrim], co. Dublin, 85.

Felton, —, payment to, 31.

-, Thomas, Master of the Hawks, 183.

Feltrim. See Felkin.

Fenamore, Kiltartan barony, co. Galway, 117.

Fenn, Nicholas, a manager of the Malt Lottery, 98, 126.

Fenovillet, Jacques, lieutenant, pension for, 96.

Fenwicke, Ralph, tenant, 330.

Ferdinando, Joseph, broker, 18, 164, 264.

Fermoy, co. Cork, barony of, 135.

Fermoyle, Formoyle, Queen's County, 333.

Ferne, Edmund, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, cos. Leicester and Rutland, 302.

-, Henry, chief clerk to a Teller of the Receipt, 58, 340, 348.

Ferryland, Newfoundland, 312, 344.

Feversham, Earl of. See Durfort, L.

Fielder, —, mercer, counterfeit Exchequer Bills, 84.

Fielding (Feilding), Basil, 4th Earl of Denbigh, dragoons of, 48, 209.

Fifield, Richard, employment as leather seller, 136.

Fillingham, Bartholomew, Agent for Taxes, 45, 174, 207, 223, 233; loan by, 178.

Fin or Finmore, Lune barony, co. Meath, 322.

Finch, Daniel, 14th Earl of Nottingham, Secretary of State, 110, 273.

Fingall, Countess of. See Plunkett, Margaret.

Finglass, John, Dr., petition of, 102.

Finmore. See Fin.

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

Fisher, John, Deputy Surveyor General of Crown Lands, 108–9.

Fitch, —, issues for, for new docks at Portsmouth, 70, 289.

-, John, loan by, 177.

Fitzgerald (Fitzgerrald), Dennis, money due to, out of forfeited estate, 327.

-, Henry, of Blackwood, forfeited lands, 131.

-, John, 18th Earl of Kildare, lands in Meath, 323.

-, Sir John, forfeited estate of, 324, 327.

-, Maurice, estate of, 117.

-, Richard, mortgage to, 321.

-, Robert, forfeited estate of, 317.

-, Theo., forfeited estate of, 316.

-, Thomas, fined for high misdemeanour, 42, 219.

-, William, estate of, 118.

Fitzhardinge, Viscount. See Berkeley, J.

Fitzharrey, Ann, royal bounty for, 291.

Fitz James, Henry, return of jewel plate, 111.

Fitzpatrick, Edward, colonel, pay as brigadier general, 310; quit rents in Queen's County, 99, 284, 310, 327.

-, John, tenant, 332.

-, Patrick, tenant, 331.

Fitzroy, Charles, Duke of Grafton, pension of, 272.

-, -, Duke of Southampton, pension of, 272.

-, George, Duke of Northumberland, 194; house of, in Spring Gardens, 267; pension of, 272.

-, Isabella, Duchess of Grafton, pension of, 272.

Flaherty, Moragh, forfeited estate of, 135.

Flanders, Army in. See Subject Index— Army.
-, bills of exchange in, 19, 165.
-, linen cloth from, seized, 140.
-, Royal Household in, 125.
-, William III in, 82, 105, 178, 222, 258, 267, 272, 273, 301, 342.

Fleet, Sir John, of the East India Company, 78, 337.

Flegg, East and West, co. Norfolk, hundreds of, 145.

Fletcher, Sir George, arrears of rent, 56, 238.

Flindell, John, employment in the Leather Duty, co. Southampton, 137.

Flint, 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.

Flower, Henry, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, 303.

-, Robert, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, 168.

-, Sir William, tenant, 331.

Floyde. See Lloyd.

Floyer, Peter, merchant, receiver of wrought plate, 39, 45, 49, 70, 287; loans by, 32, 192; proposes L. Singleton as a surveyor of duty on imported paper, 78.

Foche, Sir John, 59; a Commissioner of the Leather Duty, 120.

Foley, Paul, a Commissioner for Public Accounts, 169, 266; Speaker of the House of Commons, 118, 225.

-, Thomas, petition of, concerning interest in office of Housekeeper of St. James's, 149.

-, -, withdrawal of subscription to Exchequer Bills, 7.

Fonjuliane, Gedeon, captain, pension for, 96.

Font Arcada. See Arcada.

Forbes, Alexander, employed on London Excise accounts, 265.

-, John, broker, 208, 264.

Ford, John, information concerning French silks, 252.

Fore, Demifore, co. Meath, barony of, 336.

Forehoe, co. Norfolk, hundred of, 144.

Formoyle. See Fermoyle.

Forrester, Charles, waiter and searcher, Berwick, to be clerk to the collectors there, 182.

Forster, John, forfeited estate of, 326.

Fort, Alexander, master joiner of the Works, 42, 211.

-, Thomas, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, 303.

Fortane More, Fartanmore, co. Clare, 335.

Forth, co. Carlow, barony of, 323, 325.

Fossel, William, a place in the Malt or Leather Duty, 137.

Foster, John, of Farleigh, a place in the Malt Duty, 136.

-, Robert, of Scarborough, goldsmith, 176.

Foubert, Henry, pension for, 120.

Fouquiere. See Fauquiere.

Fowey, co. Cornwall, 190, 205.

Fowle, Thomas, lands in Castlesampson, 161.

Fowler, Thomas, Customs officer, Eastbourne, 277, 303, 306.

Fowlerton, Slievemargy barony, Queen's County, 332.

Fowles, Robert, goldsmith, lease of house in Kennington, 176.

Fox, Charles, Paymaster of the Forces, Ireland, 16, 18, 21, 38, 40, 50, 83, 98, 100, 107, 123, 153, 163, 169, 189, 204, 209, 216, 251, 253, 256, 258, 267, 274, 276, 297, 308, 311, 344, 345; Receiver General of the Revenue, Ireland, 148.

-, N., payment to, 34.

-, Sir Stephen, a Lord of the Treasury, 1–84 passim, 299; appointment as, 149, 150; salary of, 230, 352.

Foxen, Edward, of Toddington, yeoman, collector of taxes, 294.

France, 133.
-, Ambassadors to. See Montagu, E., Earl of Sandwich; Montagu, R., Earl of Montagu.
-, correspondence with, prevention of, 154, 213, 274.
-, Customs officer, prisoner in, 277, 303.
-, design against colonies in the West Indies, 154.
-, fines for hiring ships to go to, 309.
-, fish and train oil from, taken as prize, 279.
-, French church. See London— Streets, etc.
-, intended invasion of England, 231.
-, linen cloth from, 214, 347.
-, ministers of, issues for, 197, 292.
-, passengers to, prevention of, 213.
-, privateers of, 277.
-, Protestants of, in Ireland, chapel for, 118; issues for, 178, 197, 242.
-, Regiments (Huguenot Refugees in British service), issues for, 277; Reformed (or Half-pay) officers, pensions for, 96, 139, 233.
-, ships of, seized, 173, 194, 206, 215, 237.
-, ships taken by, 89, 107, 160, 175, 208, 231, 240, 343, 352.
-, ships trading into England, duty on, 137.
-, silks of, 252.
-, trade with, prevention of, 212, 213, 274.
-, wool into, prevention of, 47, 212.

France, William, place in the Leather Duty in Bassetlaw, 137.

Frances, Martha, royal bounty for, 291.

Frankland, Thomas, a Postmaster General, 280, 351.

Franklyn, —, petition of, 45.

Frankwell, John, action concerning French silks, 252.

Frazer (Frazier), Charles, one of the King's physicians, 14, 17, 154, 171.

Freebridge Lynn, co. Norfolk, hundred of, 144.

Freebridge Marshland, co. Norfolk, hundred of, 144.

Freelan, Duleek barony, co. Meath, 323.

Freeman, Abraham, payment to for apprehending a burglar, 348.

Freke, Thomas, house and garden in St. James's Street, 87, 88, 92.

French, Andrew, forfeited estate of, 334.

-, Arthur, mayor of Galway, forfeiture of estate, 294.

-, James, forfeited estate of, 134, 334.

Friesen (Frise, Frize), Julius Henry, Baron von, payment to, for Forces on the Rhine, 33, 72, 74, 193, 297, 304, 311.

Frith, Richard, house in Dean Street, 105, 120.

Frizer, Ingram, lands in Pickering, 127.

Frogmore, co. Berks., 87.

Frost, —, houses in Dean Street, 120.

Frowde, Peter, Deputy Clerk of the Pipe, 268.

Frye, Thomas, royal bounty for, 291.

Fullerton, Sir James, tenant, 333.

Furley, Benjamin, of Colchester, merchant, 215, 231.

-, Jonathan, of Colchester, merchant, 215, 231.

Furnace (Furnese, Furness), Sir Henry, remittances for the Forces in Flanders, 3, 37, 54, 63, 83, 295, 307; a trustee for circulating Exchequer Bills, 8, 143, 161, 270.

Furzer, Benjamin, agent in New England to report on timber for the Navy, 272.