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'Index of persons and Places: M', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 12: 1697 (1933), pp. 399-403. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=82823 Date accessed: 25 October 2014.


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MacCarthy (MacCarty), Charles, forfeited estate of, 133, 134.

-, Dermott, forfeited estate of, 133.

-, Donogh, 4th Earl of Clancarty, forfeited estate of, 103, 135, 213, 284, 299, 320.

-, Elizabeth, Dowager Countess of Clancarty, 320.

Macclesfield, co. Chester, pension granted to for a preacher, 223, 232, 268; mayor of, 232.

Macclesfield, Earl of. See Gerard, C.

MacDermott (Dermott), Terence, forfeited estate of, 324.

McEgan, Daniel, forfeited estate of, 336.

MacElligot (MacEllyott), —, colonel, prisoner in the Tower, 82, 242, 287.

McGennis. See Magennis.

Machado, Antonio Alvarez de, contractor for bread and bread waggons, 29, 68, 100, 101, 184, 278.

Machell, —, representative at the Treasury of Lord Irvine, 9, 12.

Mackay, Eneas, colonel, regiment of, agent to. See Stephenson, A.

-, Robert, colonel, regiment of, 264.

Mackenzie, Frances, widow of Lieutenant Colonel Mackenzie, 251, 279; royal bounty for, 122.

-, [Mourdo], lieutenant colonel, arrears of pay, 251, 279.

McShanagan, Stradbally barony, Queen's County, 322.

Macully. See Muckalee.

Maddison, Christopher, lands in Catterick, 262.

-, -, Mary, widow of, 262.

Maddocks, —, a cane seller, 239.

Maddox Town. Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny, 326.

Madge, Elizabeth, royal bounty for, 291.

MaGauly, Patrick, petition of, 130.

Magennis (McGennis), Margaret, Viscountess Magennis of Iveagh, caveat concerning forfeited estates, Ireland, 91.

-, Murtagh, forfeited estate of, 315, 320.

Magheraboy. See Margaretboy.

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

Magnau, —, pension for, 96.

Magragh (Magrath), Edmund, forfeited estate of, 335.

-, Thomas, pension for wife and daughter of, 335.

Magunihy, Maghunihy, co. Kerry, barony of, 117.

Main, —, attending the Treasury, 17.

Mainwaring, Sir John, debt of M. Whitley, 82.

Man, Isle of, 343.

Manchester, Earl of. See Montagu, C.

Mangey (Mangy), Arthur, executed for coining, 294, 337.

-, Mary, petition of, 190.

Manley, Isaac, payment to, for prevention of trade and correspondence with France, 47, 154, 155, 213.

Mann, John, tidesman and boatman, Colchester, appointed boatman at Brightlingsea, 149.

Manning, Mris., pension for, 121.

Mansell, Ann, royal bounty for, 291.

Marbury, Katherine and Mary, arrears due from salt works, 140.

Margaretboy [? Magheraboy], co. Mayo, 114.

Margate, co. Kent, 14, 284.

Mariscan, Roscommon barony, co. Roscommon, 134.

Markendale, Anthony, housekeeper to Hackney Coaches Commissioners, 194.

-, Philip, housekeeper to Hackney Coaches Commissioners, 194.

Markham, Richard, a place in the Leather Duty, 136.

-, Thomas, prosecuted for burning heath and furze, 224.

Marlestown. See Marlinstown.

Marlinstown, Marlestown, co. Westmeath, 322.

Marnell, J., estate of, 132.

Marrahine. See Murrahin.

Marriott (Marryot), —, tailor, counterfeit Exchequer Bills, 78, 81, 82.

-, Mris., pension for, 122.

-, Robert, counterfeit Exchequer Bills, 78, 81–3.

Marsell, —, captain, commander of the Upton, 267.

Marshall, —, justice of the peace, 38.

-, Mris., royal bounty for, 122.

-, John, burglar, 240.

-, -, tidesman, Plymouth, 39, 348.

-, Margaret, royal bounty for, 291.

Marsoney, Samuel Philemon, lieutenant colonel, pension for, 96.

Marston, William, partner of T. Richards, 349.

Mart, John, burglar, 240.

Martin (Martyn), —, counterfeit Exchequer Bills, 80–2, 84.

-, Peter, forfeited estate of, 327.

Martiniere (D'Lamartinerie), Alexander la, engineer, 27, 177.

Martinstown, co. Westmeath, 322.

Mary II, Queen of England, wife of William III, 131, 350.
-, chairman to. See Cotton, B.
-, Maid of Honour to. See Bourchier, Lady Mary.
-, servants of, 86, 202, 243, 259.
-, Treasurer to. See Nicholas, E.

Mary of Modena, Queen of James II, cooks to. See Leserteur; Thomas.
-, Dressers to, 110. See also Dawson, Mris.
-, Groom of the Stole to. See Mordaunt, P., Countess of Peterborough.
-, Keeper of the Chapel. See Rondin.
-, Lord Chamberlain to, 110. See also Godolphin, Lord.
-, Page of the Backstairs to. See Horne.
-, Page of the Bedchamber to. See Crofts.
-, Yeomen of the Field to, 110. See also Bayley, J.; Death, J.

Maryborough, Queen's County, barony of, 331, 333, 334.

Maryborough, Queen's County, 333.

Maryland, 298, 312, 344; agents for prizes in. See George, J.; Jennings, P.; Robinson, T.

Mason, John, surveyorship of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, co. Salop, 13, 157; ditto of the Leather Duty, 137.

-, -, Receiver General of Assessments, cos. Cambridge, Huntingdon and Isle of Ely, 62, 145, 252, 293, 347.

-, Robert, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, co. York, East Riding, 23, 73, 157, 302.

-, Stephen, of London, merchant, 240.

Massachusetts Bay, Governor and Lieutenant Governor of, salary of, 234, 235. See also Coote, R., Earl of Bellomont.

Massane, Antoine de, royal bounty for, 129.

Massue. See Ruvigny.

Massy, Sir Edward, tenant, 330.

Maton, Robert, landwaiter, London port, 98.

Matron, —, regiment of, 96.

Matthews (Mathews), —, ready money on Exchequer Bills, 11.

-, -, of the Mint at Exeter, 44.

-, Benjamin, Receiver General of Assessments and Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, cos. Northampton and Rutland, 144, 227.

-, [Edward], brigadier, payment of arrears of pay to widow, 277.

-, George, captain, tenant, 330.

-, Richard, Customer of Cardiff port, 222.

-, Thomas, Receiver General of Assessments and Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, cos. Brecon, Hereford and Radnor, 145, 227.

-, -, of London, leather seller, a place in the Leather Duty, 136.

-, William, deputy postmaster, Oxford, 166, 265, 267.

Maulbrack, co. Cork, 336.

Maulskinlahane. See Maulsknaghan.

Maulsknaghan [? Maulskinlahane], co. Cork, 335.

Maxie, John, of London, merchant, 155.

-, Nath., of London, merchant, 155.

May, Abraham, tenant, 329.

-, Sir Algernon, [Keeper of the Records in the Tower], 70.

-, Baptist, 128.

-, Charles, 171, 338; pension of, 18, 78, 344.

-, Edward, a Commissioner for Forfeitures, Ireland, 131.

-, Eleanora, wife of Charles, a Maid of Honour, loan by, 180; pension for, 28, 171, 338.

-, Hugh, Comptroller of the Works (1675), 176.

-, Jane, widow of [William], 306.

-, [William], executed for piracy, 49, 216, 306.

Mayard alias Ballymoate, Ballymoe barony, co. Galway, 116.

Mayn, —, 29, 57.

Mayne [Moyne], Queen's County, 329.

Mayo, county of, 114, 132.

Mead, Dominick, of Dublin, forfeited estate of, 102.

-, Samuel, surveyorship of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, 15, 157.

-, William, a teller to the trustees for circulating Exchequer Bills, 270.

Meadows (Meadowes), Philip, a Commissioner of the Leather Duty, 120.

-, Sir Philip, a Commissioner for Trade and Plantations, 196, 241.

Meagher, Thady, forfeited estate of, 317.

Meath, county of, forfeited lands in, 117, 124, 135, 315, 319, 320, 322, 323, 324, 325, 336.

Meath, bishop of. See Dopping, A.; Tennison, R.

Medina, [Solomon de], contractor, 29, 40, 51, 59, 217, 295.

Mediterranean, Fleet in, Commander-inChief of. See Moody, J.

Medway, the, co. Kent, 239.

Meesters, William, storekeeper of the Ordnance, 12, 15, 23, 26, 29, 36, 67, 195, 264, 275; loan by, 177; arrears of pay for Dutch Train of Artillery, Ireland (1690–2), 184, 192.

Meeze, George, admiral, squadron of, 84.

Menting (Mint, Minting), Elias, engineer, 27, 43, 177.

Mercer, George, money due to out of forfeited estate, 327.

Meredith, Sir Charles, custodiam lease of land in Oxmantown, 118.

Merioneth, county of, Receivers General and Surveyors of Assessments and Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, 144, 167, 302.

Merrick. See Carrowlick.

Merritt (Merril, Merrit), Thomas, high duty on imported corn, 6, 107, 231.

Metcalf, —, deputy Solicitor of Customs, 21.

-, Francis, Apothecary in Ordinary for the Household, 225.

Methuen (Methwyn), John, Envoy Extraordinary to Portugal, 18, 25, 60, 148, 174, 255, 266; loan by, 178.

-, Paul, Envoy Extraordinary to Portugal, 174; loan by, 178.

Michells Teu. See Tew, Great.

Middlesex, county of, 230, 249.
-, Auditor of. See Aldworth, W.
-, Commissioners and Receivers General of Assessments, 19, 144, 165, 169, 170.
-, Receiver General and Surveyors of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, 167, 168, 221, 228, 302, 303.
-, Sheriffs of, 251. See also Buckingham, Sir O.; Wills, Sir E.; bailiff to. See Broad, J.

Middleton, Walter, Collector of Customs at Pembroke or Bristol, 63, 248.

Middlewich, co. Chester, 125.

Milford Haven, co. Pembroke, Comptroller of. See Hall, W.; Powell, M.

Milksop, Thomas, common brewer, goods seized, 87.

Mill Seal, Upper Ossory barony, Queen's County, 329.

Miller, Mris., a blind woman, pension for, 121.

-, John, master of the Sarah, 312.

Mills, Jone, royal bounty for, 291.

-, Robert, clerk to the collector at Berwick, to be waiter and searcher, 182.

-, Stephen, tenant, 112.

Milltown, Ratoath barony, co. Meath, 323.

Milton, Richard, currier, a place in the Leather Duty, 136.

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

Mint. See Menting.

Minting. See Menting.

Mirement, Marquis de, regiment of, 96.

Mishell. See Myshall.

Misson, James, Commissioner of the Glass and Paper duties, 240.

Mitchell, Sir David, vice-admiral, 185.

-, Mary, royal bounty for, 291.

-, Samuel, assistant to the Secretary and Accomptant to the Trustees for circulating Exchequer Bills, 270.

-, Thomas, money due to out of forfeited estate, 336.

Mitford, co. Norfolk, hundred of, 145.

Moanimere [Moanmore], co. Galway, 117.

Moanmore. See Moanimere.

Mogg, John, bailiff, lease of coal mines in Farrington Gurney, 34–6, 141, 187.

Moline, Paul Robert la, captain, pension for, 96.

Molyneux, Sir Francis, lott and cope of lead mines, co. Derby, 49.

Momoragh, co. Roscommon, 325.

Mompesson, Sir Thomas, et al., Commission to enquire into estate of J. de la Bretonier and F. la Payrston, 222; a Commissioner of the Privy Seal, 97, 135.

Monaghan, county of, 130, 315.

Monane [? Morenane], co. Limerick, 324.

Moncal (Moncall), —, major, payment to for subsistence, 75, 307.

Monck, Richard, proclamation reward, 240.

Money, Munny, Queen's County, 322.

Moneybeg, Munibegg, co. Carlow, 319.

Moneybegg, Upper Ossory barony, Queen's County, 331.

Moneymore, Monymore alias Rathmore, Queen's County, 331.

Mongagh. See Montagh.

Monmouth, county of, Receivers General and Surveyors of Assessments and Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, 144, 168, 227, 302.

Monmouth, Duchess of. See Scott, Ann.

Monmouth, Earl of. See Mordaunt, C.

Monodobrid, Slievardagh barony, co. Tipperary, 317.

Montagh [? Mongagh], co. Roscommon, 335.

Montagu (Montague), —, counsel for J. Mogg, 35, 36; counsel for the Earl of Galway, 55, 56.

-, Charles, 4th Earl of Manchester, Ambassador Extraordinary to the Republic of Venice, 111, 158, 207; loan by, 209.

-, -, Chancellor of the Exchequer, 149, 230, 352.

-, Christopher, a manager of the Malt Lottery, 98, 126.

-, Edward, Earl of Sandwich, Ambassador to France, 111.

-, Heneage, Master and Treasurer of the Jewel House, 90, 110, 158, 191, 233, 263.

-, Ralph, 3rd Earl of Montagu, Ambassador to France, 111, 273; Master of the Great Wardrobe, 26, 160, 276, 308; loans by, 162, 210.

-, Robert, of Elstree, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, co. Bucks., 13, 15, 136, 157, 228.

-, William, serjeant-at-law, 49, 90, 214.

Montgomery, county of.
-, Chief Justice of. See Jekyll, J.
-, gaol, 241.
-, Receivers General and Surveyors of Assessments and Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, 144, 168, 227, 302.
-, Sheriff of. See Read, J.

Montjoy. See Mountjoy.

Monylaw, Orior barony, co. Armagh, 320.

Monymore. See Moneymore.

Moody, Ann, royal bounty for, 42, 291.

-, James, captain, commander of the Yarmouth, 42, 43, 194; Commander in Chief of the Fleet in the Mediterranean, 194.

Moore (Moor), —, merchant, in Bunhill Fields, 2.

-, Frances, petition concerning forfeited estate of W. Hawkins, 294.

-, George, high duty on imported corn, 6, 107, 231.

-, Horatio, caveat concerning the King's Tennis Court, 63, 84, 247.

-, -, captain, tenant, 87.

Moortown, co. Kildare, 130.

Mordaunt (Mordant), Charles, Earl of Monmouth, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 171; loan by, 180.

-, Cole, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, co. York, 167, 227.

-, Elizabeth, Viscountess Mordaunt, duty on sea coal, etc., 315.

-, Henry, 2nd Earl of Peterborough, Groom of the Stole to James II, 110, 273.

-, Penelope, Countess of Peterborough, Groom of the Stole to Queen Mary Beatrice, 110, 273.

Moreland. See Morland.

Morenane. See Monane.

Morgan, Thomas, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, co. Bedford, 302, 303.

Morice. See Morris.

Morishah. See Derrinmorisagh.

Morland (Moreland), Sir Samuel, premises in Kennington granted to by Charles II, 176; pension of, 152.

-, son of Sir Samuel, pension of, 10, 152, 242.

Morley and Monteagle, Lord. See Parker, T.

Morris (Morice, Morrice), Henry, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, co. Suffolk, 168, 228.

-, Humphrey, auditor of cos. Chester, Derby, Lincoln and Nottingham, 93.

-, Jenkin, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, cos. Brecon, Glamorgan and Monmouth, 302.

-, Nicholas, office of Havenor of the Duchy of Cornwall, 312.

-, Sir Nicholas, son of Sir William, 312.

-, William, 312.

-, Sir William, late Havenor of the Duchy of Cornwall, 312.

Morrison, Margaret, royal bounty for, 291.

Morton, —, counsel for Sir R. Langley, 9.

Mote Park. See Windsor Great Park.

Mothe, —, de la, captain, pension for, 96.

-, Jacob la, pension for, 96.

Motley, —, alderman, lands in Kildare, 323.

-, Pat., forfeited estate of, 323.

Mountford, James, tidesman at Plymouth, to be landwaiter at Bristol, 181.

Mountjoy, Viscount. See Stewart, W.

Mountjoy (Montjoy), Benjamin, petition concerning estate of A. Mangey, 294.

Moyashel and Magheradernon, co. Westmeath, barony of, 322.

Moycarn, Moyearuan, co. Roscommon, barony of, 114.

Moycullen, co. Galway, barony of, 116.

Moyearuan. See Moycarn.

Moyer, —, agent to Col. Tidcomb's regiment, 75.

Moyfenrath, co. Meath, barony of, 324.

Moygoish, co. Westmeath, barony of, 317.

Moyleen, co. Galway, 117.

Moyne, Ballintober barony, co. Roscommon, 324.

- See also Mayne.

Moyrath, co. Meath, 322.

Moyvally, co. Carlow, 319.

Much Downes. See Great Downes.

Muckalee, Macully, co. Kilkenny, 316.

Mucklin, Farbill barony, co. Westmeath, 323.

Muckloon, co. Galway, 113, 116.

Mulgrave, Earl of See Sheffield, J.

Mulkakel, Mat., forfeited estate of, 135.

Mullagha, co. Meath, 320.

Mullaghard, Mullaghare, co. Meath, 322.

Mullaghbane, co. Armagh, 320.

Mulledy, Hugh, forfeited lands of, 120, 323.

-, Redmund, forfeited lands of, 120, 323.

Mullincross, co. Louth, 135.

Muneraghone, Clanmorris barony, co. Mayo, 114.

Munford, Jonas, tidesman at Plymouth, appointed landwaiter at Bristol, 348.

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

Munibegg. See Moneybeg.

Munny. See Money.

Murragh, And., forfeited estate of, 135.

Murrahin, Marrahine, South, co. Cork, 335.

Mursham alias Revagh alias Carraghdoe, Clanmorris barony, co. Mayo, 114.

Muschampe, Denny, tenant, 328.

Muse, Marquis de la, sister of, pension for, 121.

Musgrave, Christopher, loan by, 177.

Muskerry, co. Cork, barony of, 133.

Musred, John, petition of, 261.

Mussell, Nicholas, tidesman at Topsham, appointed noontender, 260, 261.

Myshall, Mishell, co. Carlow, 325.