Index of persons and Places
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'Index of persons and Places: F', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 13: 1697-1698 (1933), pp. 482-486. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=82958 Date accessed: 28 November 2014.


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Fagha [?Faha], co. Cork, 380.

Fairbrother, —, lieutenant, Fuziliers, 437.

-, Sarah, widow, royal bounty for, 437.

Fairclough, Richard, lands, co. Lancs., 180.

Fairfax, —, Brigadier, issue for, 64; his regiment. See Army—regiments.

-, Charles, colonel, perpetuity granted by Charles II to, 173.

-, Thomas, Lord Fairfax, pension on the Army establishment for, 99, 378.

Fairfield, —, of the Excise, 15, 19.

Fakenhoff, Anthony, cornet, Leigh's regiment, 254–5.

Falkland, Lord. See Carey, A.

Fall, William, Comptroller, Plymouth port, 173.

Fallerhall, co. Lincoln, 205.

Fallodon, Fallowdowne, co. Northumberland, 420.

Fallon, Edward, forfeited lands in co. Westmeath, 395, 444.

Falmouth, co. Cornwall, 138.
-, agent for prizes at, 347.
-, and the Groyne, packet boat between, 55, 240.
-, Customs vessel established at, 361.
-, tidesurveyor at, 347.

Fangrove coppice, co. Surrey. See Chertsey.

Fanshaw, William, royal bounty for, 354, 368.

Fardington. See Fordington.

Faringdon. See Farringdon.

Farington. See Farrington.

Farleton, co. Lancs., 178.

Farmanby, Fermanby, Ferminby, co. York, 197; Alonson place in; 197.

Farmer, John, ensign, Brudenall's regiment, 274.

-, Thomas, issue for the Yeoman Bedgoers, 389.

Farnagh. See Farnoght.

Farnborough, Farnburgh, co. Warwick, manor of, 204.

Farnham, John, lieutenant, Northcott's regiment, 276.

Farnoght [?Farnagh], Clonlonan barony, co. Westmeath, 395.

Farrell, James, petition of, 57.

Farringdon (Faringdon), —, colonel, payment of arrears to, 105, 398.

Farrington (Farington), Sir Richard, sheriff of Sussex, 385; discharge of his baronetcy fee, 234.

-, Thomas, colonel, his regiment. See Army—regiments.

-, -, ensign, Farrington's regiment, 276.

-, -, Commissioner for Stamp Duties, 111, 431, 450.

Fartagh, Galway barony, co. Galway, 380.

Fassadinin, co. Kilkenny, barony of, 408.

Faulton [?Folkton], co. York, 201.

Faversham, co. Kent. Customs officer at, 131, 266.

Fawbert, Thomas, tenant, co. York, 376.

Fawkner, Thomas, mariner, Customs boat at Poole, 334.

Fawling, co. York, 201.

Feathard. See Fethard.

Fede, William, tenement in Northumberland, 423.

Felbrigg, Filbridge, co. Norfolk, 313.

Felchurch. See Felkirk.

Felinane, Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary, 396.

Felkesworth. See Folksworth.

Felkirk, Felchurch, co. York, 194.

Fell, William, lands, co. Lancs., 179.

Feltham alias Felthams, co. Norfolk, manor of. 313.

Felton, co. Northumberland, 417. See also Little Felton; Old Felton.

Felton, Thomas, Master of the Hawks, 287.

Fenn (Fen), Nicholas, trustee of the Duchess of Monmouth, 218, 219.

-, -, a manager of the Malt Lottery, 429.

Fenrother. See Tritlington.

Fenton, co. Northumberland, 419.

Fenwick, James, waiter at Poulton, dismissed, 244.

-, Sir John, forfeited estate of, 355.

-, Robert, lands in Northumberland, 416.

-, William, lands in Northumberland, 416, 420.

Ferebrig [Ferrybridge], co. York, 199.

Fermanby, Ferminby. See Farmanby.

Ferne, Edward, Surveyor of duties on houses and marriages, etc. for cos. Leicester and Rutland, 123.

-, Henry, first clerk to a Teller of the Exchequer 1, 36, 109, 116, 120, 136, 425, 434.

Ferrers, John, lands, co. Lancs., 177.

Ferriby, Forreby, co. Lincoln, 183, 205.

Ferrybridge. See Ferebrig.

Ferryland, Newfoundland, defence of the harbour (in 1694), 142.

Fethard, Feathard, co. Tipperary, old castle near, 396.

Fevelby, co. Lincoln, 206.

Feyton [Fryton], co. York, 202.

Field, John, King's waiter, London port, 323.

Fielding, Basil, fourth Earl of Denbigh, gift of plate from the King at the christening of his child, 174; his regiment. See Army—regiments.

-, George, formerly a Page of Honour, annuity of, 345, 404, 441.

-, John, cornet, Denbigh's regiment, 255.

Filbridge, co. Norfolk. See Felbrigg.

Filbridge, Francis, lieutenant, Sanderson's regiment, 275.

Filbury near Clare. See Tilbury juxta Clare.

Fillingham, —, Exchequer bills of, 10.

-, Bartholomew, an Agent for Taxes, payment to executors of, 127.

Filmore, Abraham, prize train oil, etc., purchased by, 333.

Finch, Daniel, Earl of Nottingham, Secretary of State, letter from, 76.

-, George, tenement in Warkworth, 423.

-, Henry, postmaster at Sandwich, 185.

-, William, tenement and lands in Warkworth, 420, 423.

Finchingfield, co. Essex, 314; locksmith's lands and Osmondscroft in, 316.

Fingal, Countess of. See Plunket, Margaret.

Firby, co. York, 201.

Firebrasse (Firebrace), Sir Basil, 94, 104; discharge of his baronetcy fee, 111, 431.

Firsby, Fursby, co. Lincoln, 206.

Firts, Abraham, tenant of a farm in co. York, 376.

Fish, Cornelius, waiter and searcher, Scarborough, 371.

Fisher, Mr., issue for, 238.

-, -, Captain, weekly allowance for, 44, 45, 185.

-, Jam., lands in Westmorland, 180.

-, John, proclamation reward for 147.

-, -, woodmonger, petition of, 192.

-, Richard, payment to, 92.

-, Thomas, lease of lands in Mere, 186.

Fishergate. See Carlisle; York City.

Fishlake, co. York, Morton Fields in, 195.

Fitch, —, workmaster of the Ordnance, 404.

FitzCharles, Bridget, Countess Dowager, of Plymouth, arrears due to, 143.

Fitzgerald, George, son of Robert, pension for, 279.

-, Lawrence, forfeited lands of, 381.

-, Richard, his lands in Ireland, 295.

-, Robert, captain, late Comptroller of the Musters, Ireland, 279.

-, Thomas, forfeited lands of, 381.

Fitzhardinge (Fitzharding), Viscount. See Berkeley, J.

Fitzharrey (Fitzharry), Ann, royal bounty for, 354, 368.

Fitzherbert, Humphrey, Customer outwards, Bristol port, 125, 236.

Fitz James, James, Duke of Berwick, Lady Honora Burke's marriage to, 348.

Fitz Morris, James, forfeited estate, co. Kerry, 408.

Fitzpatrick, Barnaby, Baron of Upper Ossory, lands of, 226.

-, Dorothy, Baroness Dowager of Upper Ossory, grant of lands to, 57, 226.

-, Edward, deceased, grant of quit rents in Queen's county, 97, 383.

-, John, colonel, mortgagee of lands in Queen's county, 295.

-, Richard, caveat entered in behalf of, grant of lands in Queen's county, 295.

Fitzroy, Charles, Duke of Grafton, annuity for, 57, 229 (2), 403, 428.

-, Charles, Duke of Southampton, annuity of, 57, 229, 405, 428; gift of plate from the King at the christening of his child, 319.

-, George, Duke of Northumberland, annuity for, 57, 229, 230, 411, 428, 435.

-, Isabella, Dowager Duchess of Grafton, annuity for, 229, 403, 428; payment to, as sole heiress of the Earl of Arlington, 320.

-, James, Duke of Monmouth, lands forfeited by, 219.

Flanders, 66, 301.
-, Army in. See Army.
-, William III in, 114, 157.

Flaxen, —, affidavit of, 80.

Flaxenfield, co. York, 199.

Flaxton-on-the-Moor, co. York, Bernards lands in, 202.

Fleatham, Edward, Customs bonds, 266.

Flegg. See East Flegg; West Flegg.

Flemming, William, commissioner of Excise, 393.

Fletcher, Sir George, and the appointment of Receiver General of assessments for Cumberland and Westmorland, 55, 65.

-, [John], a general surveyor of Excise, 295.

Flint, county of, Receiver General of assessments, 306, 399; surveyor of duties on marriages, etc., and houses, 123.

Flixton, co. York, 201.

Flotterton. See Rotterton.

Floyd. See Lloyd.

Floyer, —, to refine the sweep of meltings, 67.

-, Charles, captain, Erle's regiment, 275.

-, Peter, annuity purchased by, 266; loan by, 74, 285.

Flushing, 134.

Flyfield [?Fyfield], co. Essex, 316.

Fobert, Henry, Lottery pensioner, 235.

Foche, Sir John, a Commissioner of Excise, his evidence in enquiry into mismanagements in the Excise, 14, 15, 92, 93.
-, charges brought by, against the Solicitor of Excise, 2; against other Commissioners, 25, 29, 30, 31, 37, 41, 42.
-, to be heard by the King, 42, 44, 172.
-, name omitted from new Commission of the Excise, 393.

Fodwick [Todwick], co. York, 203.

Foley, Paul, Speaker of the House of Commons, 53, 138, 152, 186, 216, 229, 237, 285, 332, 353, 364, 393.

Folkestone Warren, co. Kent, lease to be taken of, 439.

Folksworth, Felkesworth, co. Hunts, 181.

Folkton. See Faulton.

Folton, co. York, 203.

Fookes, Joseph, 303.

Foote, John, steward of several hundreds in Cornwall, salary of, 280.

Forbes, Alex., clerk in the Excise, London, 279.

-, Sir James, grant of lands in Chelsea in trust for the Earl of Ranelagh, 391.

Ford, Fourd, co. Northumberland, 415, 423.

Ford, Anthony, commander of the John Bonadventure, 216, 218.

-, John, Customs officer, 172, 336, 362.

-, Robert, housekeeper at Newmarket, 288, 289.

Forden. See Fordon.

Fordham, co. Essex, Cuckolds Moor in, 314.

Fordington, Fardington, co. Lincoln, 182.

Fordon, Forden, co. York, 198.

Forehoe, co. Norfolk, hundred of, 306.

Forreby. See Ferriby.

Forrest, John, waiter and searcher at Combwich, 361.

Forrester, Francis, cornet, Harvey's regiment, 254.

-, Lady Mary, wife of Sir William, 331.

-, Sir William, fee farm, co. Northampton, 331; grant of lands in Chelsea in trust for the Earl of Ranelagh, 391.

Forster, John, cottage in Northumberland, 423.

-, -, forfeited estate of, 407.

-, Leo, lands in Northumberland, 422.

Fort, Alexander, master joiner to the Works, 46, 188, 215, 343.

-, Thomas, surveyor of duties on houses and marriages, etc., co. Somerset, 253.

Fortescue, Mr., 59.

Forton, Phorton, co. Lancs., 179.

Foste, co. Lincoln, 206.

Foster, —, a hosier, 42.

-, George, chaplain going to Maryland, 214.

-, John, a Justice of the Peace for Cumberland, 337.

-, -, lieutenant, Marines, 445.

Foubert, Henry, pension for the support of the Royal Academy, 167; see also Fobert.

Foulis, James, administrator to Col. R. Hodges, 256.

-, See also Fowlys.

Foulk, John, captain, Gibson's regiment, 275.

Foulkes [John, colonel], 329.

Foulks, George, lieutenant, Brudenall's regiment, 274.

Foulness, Fullnes, co. Essex, Little Bullwards in, 314.

Founds, [Fownes], William, Ranger and Gamekeeper, etc. in Ireland, 319.

Fourd. See Ford.

Fourhopes osier lands, co. Essex, 316.

Fowers, co. Lincoln, 206.

Fowey, co. Cornwall, tidesman and boatman at, 298.

Fowle, Robert, petition of, payment of a bill of exchange, 170.

Fowler, Thomas, Customs officer, 266.

Fowlers. See Broadler.

Fowlys (Fowles), Sir William, Chief searcher, London port, 109–10, 213.

-, See also Foulis.

Fownes. See Founds.

Fox, Charles, a Paymaster of the Forces, Ireland, 64, 84, 119, 120, 128, 150, 162, 165, 171, 184, 192, 207, 231, 238, 243, 252, 256, 282, 287, 296, 302, 321, 368, 371, 387, 398, 442; grant of office of joint Receiver General and Paymaster General of the Revenue of Ireland, revoked, 397.

-, Sir Stephen, a Lord of the Treasury, 1–105 passim, 119, 211, 323, 373.
-, and the frauds by John Knight, Cashier of Customs, 12, 16, 35, 36, 59.
-, opinions of, 38, 58.
-, presents a list of pensions, 76, 104.
-, trustee of the Duchess of Monmouth, 218, 219.

Foxholes, co. York, 200.

Foxyard Hall, co. Essex, 314.

Foy, Dennis, quartermaster, Coote's regiment, 274.

Foye, Abraham, ensign, Erle's regiment, 275.

Fraizer, Charles, second physician to the King, 247.

Frame, —, 32.

Framlington, co. Northumberland, 416, 417.

Frampton, Tregonwell, payment to, 289.

Framsden, co. Suffolk, manor of, 196.

France. Ambassador from, 104, 344. See also Tallard.
-, Ambassadors extraordinary to. See Jersey, Earl of; Portland, Earl of.
-, Secretary to. See Prior, M.
-, Danish and Swedish ships illegally trading with, 321.
-, Dauphin, the, 189.
-, French in Barbados, expedition against, 170.
-, French ministers in the Savoy. See London and Westminster —Streets, etc., Savoy; in Ireland. See Ireland.
-, French pensioners. See Army, in Ireland, establishment.
-, goods from, additional duty on, 278; prohibition of, 111.
-, intelligence procured from, 384.
-, King of, congratulated on the marriage of the Duke of Burgundy, 189.
-, lace from 352.
-, men of war of, 448.
-, owlers from, 141, 278.
-, privateers from, 131, 134, 164, 266.
-, prizes taken by, 233–4, 237, 250, 293.
-, prizes taken from, 148, 158, 216, 217, 225, 259, 265, 288, 333.
-, protestants from, 219.
-, refugees from, in Ireland, 242–3.
-, shipping from, 5s. per ton duty on, 333.
-, ships from, 344, 347, 348.
-, ships for, 112, 234, 293, 368, 450.
-, silks from, 352; preventing the importation of, 439.
-, trade with, re-opening of, 143, 170, 228, 270; Order in Council forbidding ships to sail to France revoked, 139.
-, transporting Irish forces to (in 1691), 448.
-, wines from, 165, 390, 412.
-, wool exported to, 141, 265, 387; see also (above) owlers.

Francia, Moses, merchant of London, 158.

Francis, Samuel, ensign, Brudenall's regiment, 274.

Frankfort, 368.

Frankland, Henry, captain, Sanderson's regiment, 275.

Frantz, John, Newfoundland fish purchased by, 333.

Fraser. Cp. Fraizer.

Freebridge Lynn, Freebridge citra Lynn, co. Norfolk, hundred of, 306.

Freebridge Marshland, co. Norfolk, hundred of, 306.

Freeman, —, jewel purchased from, 52.

-, Abraham, payment to, 136.

Freind. See Friend.

Freke, Robert, lieutenant colonel, Erle's regiment, 275.

Fremington, co. York, lead mines in, 257.

French, Arthur, petition of, 57.

Fresill, William, tenement, Newcastleupon-Tyne, 422.

Fretwell, Edward, tobacco pipes supplied to the Horse Guards by, 288.

Friend (Freind), John, certificate of, 69.

-, Sir John, [a Commissioner of Excise], 19; executed for treason, forfeited estate of, 112, 262, 303, 448 (2), 450.

Friers Grange. See Chishall.

Friesen (Frize), —, Count de, issues for the Forces on the Rhine, 26, 104, 106, 144, 411.

Frith, Richard, tenant of lands in Westminster, 219.

Frize. See Friesen.

Frogmore, co. Berks, farm called, 336.

Frowde (Frowd), Peter, Deputy Clerk of the Pipe, 188, 255.

-, William, lieutenant colonel, Farrington's regiment, 276.

Fryer Moss in Moss in Wharemore, co. Lancs., 178.

Fryton. See Feyton.

Fulford, John, quartermaster, Brudenall's regiment, 274.

-, Richard, petition for Customs place, 166.

Fulitore, co. Lincoln, 183.

Fuller, John, Excise duties, 19.

Fullnes. See Foulness.

Furnese, Sir Henry, a Receiver of the New East India Company's subscription, 102, 109, 386.
-, a Trustee for Exchequer bills, 238, 320.
-, loan by, 113.
-, petition of, clothing supplied to the Marines, 300.

Furnis, —, 15.

Fursby. See Firsby.

Fyermore, Ballyboy barony, King's county, 443.

Fyfield. See Flyfield.