Index of persons and Places
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'Index of persons and Places: J, K', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 13: 1697-1698 (1933), pp. 501-505. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=82961 Date accessed: 24 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Jacklington, co. Northumberland, farm of, 415.

Jackson, John, lieutenant, Erle's regiment, 275.

-, Miles, a coastwaiter, Bristol, 143.

-, Nathaniel, lost money order, 319.

-, Robert, lieutenant, Sanderson's regiment, 275.

-, -, customer, Kingston-uponHull, 207.

Jacob, Isaac, lieutenant, Coote's regiment, 274.

-, Sir John, his regiment. See Army—regiments.

Jacquau (Jaquau), Judith, pension for, 267.

Jacques, —, "zealous against King James", 31.

Jaikes, Robert, tenement in Northumberland, 418.

Jamaica, Agents for Prizes, 356.
-, bell for the service of the island, 189.
-, Chapel Royal in, plate for, 349.
-, chaplains going to, 52, 224.
-, collector of Plantation Duties in, 151.
-, earthquake in, 349.
-, Governor of, 143, 349.
-, ships from and to, 189, 290, 298.
-, sugar from, 298.

James I, grants by, 331, 384, 392.

James II, 121, 374; jointure and other grants made to his Queen, 213, 432; Irish Roman Catholics' influence with, 223; lease granted by, 279; officers of, their ravages in Ireland, 223; rumours of his return, 31, 41; see also York, Duke of.

Jameson, Peter, cottage in Rothbury, 423.

-, William, lands in Cumberland, 180.

Janssen (Jansen), Sir Theodore, a Receiver of the New East India Company's subscription, 102, 106, 386, 411, 429, 440.
-, a Trustee for Exchequer Bills, 238, 320.
-, loan by, 113.

Jaquau. See Jacquau.

Jardin, John, lieutenant, Bolton's regiment, 274.

Jarmain (Jarman), John, ship owner of Yarmouth, 361, 439.

Jedborough (Jedburrough), Lord. See Kerr, William.

Jeffreys (Jefferies, Jefferys, Jeffrys), —, report concerning, 18.

-, Jeffrey, merchant, petition of, 121.

-, -, petition of, 412.

-, Richard, lieutenant, Harvey's regiment, 254.

-, Thomas, chaplain going to Maryland, 214.

Jekyll, Sir Joseph, Chief Justice of Chester, 352, 430.

Jellet, Ann, widow, royal bounty for, 438.

-, William, ensign, Belasyse's regiment, 438.

Jenings. See Jennings.

Jenkins, —, deputy to the Receiver General of assessments for Cornwall, 279.

Jenkins alias Lewis, Elizabeth, of Lincoln's Inn Fields, concerned in Exchequer bill forgery, 87–91.

Jenkins, John, petition of, duty on prize blubber, 334.

Jenkinson, Thomas, riding officer for the Devon and Dorset coasts, and collector of Bridgwater port, 244, 260, 261.

Jennings (Jenings), —, counsel, 13–14.

Jermyn, Henry, 3rd Earl of St. Albans, grants of lands to, 190, 219.

-, Thomas, Lord Jermyn, lands granted to, in trust for the poor of St. Martin's in the Fields, 218.

Jersey, agent for prizes in. See Brownjohn, R.
-, Government of, tithes and lands belonging to, 96.
-, malt exported to, drawback on, 67, 258.
-, prisoners of war in, 248.
-, prize wine and brandy in, 111, 302, 432.

Jersey, Earl of. See Villiers, E.

Jervaizo, Blois, lieutenant, Sanderson's regiment, 275.

Jett, Thomas, and the size of Assay Trial pieces, 87, 91; and the Melting House at the Exchequer, 67, 264; petition referred to, 214.

Jevon, Richard, a counterfeiter, arrest of, 383.

Jocelyn, Arthur, sheriff of cos. Cambridge and Huntingdon, 410.

John, Mr., lands in Essex, 314.

-, Evan, surveyor of duties on houses and marriages, etc., cos. Pembroke and Carmarthen, 121.

Johnson, —, evidence by, Excise abuses, 37, 41.

-, -, counterfeiter of Exchequer bills, 98, 102.

-, Benjamin, King's waiter, London port, 224.

-, Sir John, 52, 90.

-, Martin, Comptroller, Boston port, 397.

-, Matthew, a solicitor, 53, 55, 56.

-, Peter, deceased, smith of the Mints, 59, 239.

-, Quint., cottage in Gateshead, 417.

-, Robert, tenement in Framlington, 417.

-, alias Hall alias Bennett, Thomas, counterfeiter of Exchequer bills, 432.

-, William, tenement in Warkworth, 423.

Jones, —, clerk to the Customs Cashier, 9, 16.

-, -, surgeon to the Third Troop of Guards, drowned, 438.

-, -, widow, royal bounty for, 438.

-, Charles, surveyor of duties on houses and marriages, etc. for Cornwall, 124.

-, David, surveyor of duties on houses and marriages, etc. for Kent, 123.

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

-, Francis, transport debt due to, 374.

-, Henry, waiter and searcher, Carmarthen, 298.

-, Humphrey, surveyor of duties on houses and marriages, etc., for Denbigh and Flint, 123.

-, John, a messenger, 359.

-, Marmaduke, a mariner, 449.

-, Richard, Earl of Ranelagh, annuities purchased by, 114, 448.
-, contribution to the New East India Company's subscription, 106.
-, grant of his house and lands in Chelsea, 388, 391.
-, issues for, petitions referred to, memorials of, etc. as Paymaster of the Forces. See Army, Paymaster General.
-, loans by, 38, 45, 68, 74, 103, 106, 109, 112, 187, 260, 284, 378, 411, 435, 442.
-, lost money orders, 232, 269.

-, Samuel, surveyor of duties on houses and marriages, etc. for Monmouth and Glamorgan, dismissed, 339, 385.

-, William, surveyor of duties on houses and marriages, etc. for Cardigan and Montgomery, 123.

Jordan, William, affidavit of, 80.

Jucks, George, cornet, Denbigh's regiment, 255.

Judge, William, goldsmith's servant, 87, 88.

Jux, Elizabeth, King's herbstrewer, 389.

Juxon, William, Bishop of London, Lord Treasurer temp. Charles I, 234.

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Kaunitz, Count de, Envoy extraordinary from the Emperor [of Germany], present for, 343.

Keadinson [?Keddington], co. Lincoln, 205.

Keame. See Keyham.

Keating, Edmund, captain, Brudenall's regiment, 274.

Keble, Samuel, printer, petition of, 213.

Keddington. See Keadinson.

Keech, William, shipowner, petition of, 290.

Keeling, Leonard, ensign, Bolton's regiment, 274.

Keightley (Keightly), Lady Katherine, royal bounty for, 295, 306.

-, Thomas, grant of forfeited lands in Ireland, 444.

Kein. See Kien.

Kekewich, —, tenements of, in Bonyalva, 352; a coiner, committed to Newgate, 353.

Kelfield, co. York, 201.

Kelitern. See Kelstern.

Kelk, Kelke, co. York, manor of, 203.

Kellington, co. York, 194.

Kellum, co. York, manor of, 203.

Kelly (Kelley), Aubert, forfeited lands of, 396.

-, Daniel, lands in co. Galway mortgaged by, 383.

-, Hugh, forfeited lands of, 383.

-, Lawrence, forfeited lands of, 395.

Kelnsey. See Kilnsey.

Kelstern, Kelitern, co. Lincoln, 206.

Kemps Field. See London and Westminster, Streets and places in.

Kendal, co. Westmorland, 180.

Kendal (Kendall), [James], colonel, late Governor of Barbados, 170.

-, -, a Lord of the Admiralty, 100.

-, Nicholas, lease of a tenement and mill in Treverbyn Courtney manor, 239.

Kenge, Charles, a messenger of the Chamber, 242, 245.

Kenles, Anthony, lands in Warkworth, 423.

Kenmare (Kinmare, Kinmure), Lady. See Brown, H.

-, Viscount. See Brown, N.; Brown, V.

Kennington, co. Surrey, manor of, leases of, 162, 330; Lord Mayor's barge house in, 185, 330.

Kennythorpe. See Kenthorp.

Kenrick, John, tenant of lands in Chelsea, 391.

Kensal Green, co. Middlesex, Ladyfield at, 312.

Kensington, co. Middlesex, House, allowance to the poor of St. Margarets, Westminster, "in respect of," 241; housekeeper at. See Brienne, S. de; wardrobekeeper at. See Brienne, M. de; stables of, repairs to, 363.
-, lodging for King's servants at, payment for, 348, 379.
-, warrants, etc. dated at, passim.

Kent, county of, Crown revenues in, reduced by the sale of fee farm rents so as to be insufficient to pay fixed county charges, 47–8, 273; Receiver of, 47.
-, fee farm rents in, sold, 177.
-, Justices of the Peace for, letter to, concerning assessments on houses, 236.
-, lands in, left by the sea, 321.
-, Receiver General of assessments, 305, 400.
-, smuggling of wool from, 108, 133, 141, 167, 278, 359, 439; see also Romney Marsh.
-, surveyor of duties on marriages, etc. and houses, 123.

Kent, —, Excise collector at Lymington, charges against, 53, 64.

-, Thomas, Receiver General of assessments, co. Lincoln, 305, 400.

-, William, Receiver General of assessments, co. Lancs., 305, 400.

Kenthorp [Kennythorpe], co. York, 201.

Kenton, co. Northumberland, 353, 420.

Keppel, Arnold Joost van, Earl of Albemarle, Master of the Robes, 146, 394, 429, 441; forfeited lands in Ireland granted to, 97, 366, 382.

Kerr, William, Lord Jedborough, his regiment of dragoons. See Army —regiments.

Kerry, county of, forfeited lands in, 368, 382, 408.

Key, Joseph, deceased, waiter and searcher, Poulton, 350.

Keyham, Keame, co. Leicester, 205.

Kibborn. See Kilburn.

Kidland, George, lands in Alnwick, 421.

Kien (Kein), Rudolph, closet-keeper to the King, 53, 165, 214, 216, 291, 369.

Kilbixy. See Kilbrixy.

Kilborn. See Kilburn.

Kilbrixy [Kilbixy], Moygoish barony, co. Westmeath, 407.

Kilburn, Kibborn, Middlesex, 312.

Kilburn, Kilborn, co. York, 200.

Kilcarra, Clanmaurice barony, co. Kerry, 408.

Kilcullen, co. Kildare, barony of, 382.

Kildale, co. York, 197.

Kildare, county of, forfeited lands in, 381, 382, 408.

Kildland, Richard, lands in Alnwick, 421.

Kildwick, co. York, 200.

Kilgabriel, Kilgabriell, Decies barony, co. Waterford, 380.

Kilham, Hillam, co. Northumberland, 414.

Kilham, co. York. See Killom.

Kilkea and Moone, co. Kildare, barony of, 408.

Kilkenny, county of, forfeited lands in, 380, 381, 408.

Kilkenny, co. Kilkenny, French church in, 242.

Kilkenny West, co. Westmeath, barony of, 395.

Killafin [Killafeen], Kiltartan barony, co. Galway, 444.

Killala and Achonry, Deanery and Chantership of, 237.

Killballydaw, Ballyboy barony, King's county, 444.

Killeen, Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny, 381.

Killeganhaskiny, Kilkenny West barony, co. Westmeath, 396.

Killegrew. See Killigrew.

Killenedan, Decies barony, co. Waterford, 380.

Killenure. See Killinure.

Killerby. Kilwarby, co. York, Holcross in, 197.

Killetra, co. Cork, 381.

Killian, co. Galway, barony of, 383, 396.

Killigrew (Killegrew), —, commander of a man of war, 265.

-, Henry, grant of forfeited recognizances to, 44, 56, 58; payments to, 22, 40, 46, 96, 102, 107.

-, Sir Peter, petition of, Customs bonds, 138; Receiver General of the Duchy of Cornwall, admonishment and prosecution of, 26, 53, 146–7.

-, Sir Robert, pension for, 224, 227, 356, 368.

Killingholme, co. Lincoln, 183.

Killingworth, co. Northumberland, 422.

Killingworth, John, tenement in Killingworth, 422.

Killinure, Killenure, Clanwilliam barony, co. Limerick, 381.

Killmallock. See Kilmallock.

Killmalloe. See Kilmaloo.

Killom [?Kilham], co. York, 199.

Killoran, Bantry barony, co. Wexford, 381.

Kilmallock, Killmallock, [co. Limerick], 167.

Kilmaloo, Killmalloe, Decies barony, co. Waterford, 380.

Kilnalongurty [Kilnamanagh], co. Tipperary, barony of, 396.

Kilnamanagh. See Kilnalongurty.

Kilnsey, Kelnsey, co. York, 196.

Kiltartan, co. Galway, barony of, 444.

Kilvington. See Helvington.

Kilwarby. See Killerby.

Kimbolton, co. Hunts, 318.

King, —, colonel, a captain of the Guards, 78, 299.

-, Edward, junior, King's waiter, London port, 186.

-, Gregory, Lancaster Herald, 215.

King's Cliffe. See Cliffe Regis.

King's County, forfeited lands in, 443, 444.

King's Lynn. See Lynn Regis.

Kingsmill, —, colonel, royal bounty for, 220, 224.

Kingston, co. Cambridge, 181.

Kingston-on-Hull. See Hull.

Kington, co. Warwick, hundred of, 204; manor of, 204.

Kinmare, Kinmure. See Kenmare.

Kinsale, co. Cork, 409.

Kippax, co. York, 194.

Kipton, co. Norfolk, 313.

Kirby, co. York, 198; see also South Kirby.

Kirby Bellars, Kirkby Bellowes, co. Leicester, 205.

Kirby Knowle, Kirby Knoll, co. York, 202.

Kirk (Kirke), —, captain, loan to, for disbanded troopers, 361.

-, Abr., 61.

Kirk Deighton, Kirkditton, co. York, 202.

Kirk Enely [Kirk Ella], co. York, 194.

Kirk Fenton, Kirkfelton, co. York, 203.

Kirk Patrick, Isle of Man, 179, 344.

Kirkby. See South Kirkby.

Kirkby Bellowes. See Kirby Bellars.

Kirkditton. See Kirk Deighton.

Kirke. See Kirk.

Kirkfelton. See Kirk Fenton.

Kirkham, [co. York], late monastery of, 419.

Kirkheaton, co. York, 376.

Kirknewton, co. Northumberland, 415.

Kirkoswald, Kirkoswold, co. Cumberland, 318.

Kirmond, co. Lincoln, 205.

Kirton in Lindsey, co. Lincoln, 322.

Kitson, James, payment to, 265.

-, Thomas, captain, Bolton's regiment, 274.

Kitteridge, William, lease of lead mines in North Wales, 326.

Knapp, John, messenger to Commissioners for managing forfeited estates in Ireland, 408.

Knaresborough, co. York, 193.

Knight, George, a boatswain, 449.

-, Isaac, captain, Sanderson's regiment, 275.

-, John, Receiver General and Cashier of Customs, 2, 126, 129, 159, 173, 250, 326.
-, frauds in Exchequer bills by, 4, 6–12, 16, 17, 23, 24, 32, 35, 36, 44.
-, accuses his brother, 11.
-, security given by while making up his accounts, 12, 16, 59.
-, his dismissal, 24, 35; ordered by the King, 36.
-, his character, 35.
-, prosecution of, 35, 36.
-, Comptroller of First Fruits and Tenths, dismissed, 29, 35, 43, 171.
-, a Trustee for Exchequer Bills, dismissed, 264.

-, Richard Davis, surveyor, etc. of duties on houses and marriages, etc. for co. Northampton, 397.

-, William, and the fraudulent endorsement of Exchequer bills, 6, 8–10, 24; Paymaster of Million Lottery tickets, 345; dismissal of, 24, 27, 143, 146, 147, 149.

-, -, a messenger, payment to, 119, 190.

Knighting, Elizabeth, tenant, 376.

Knightley (Knightly), Giles, landwaiter, Poole, 49, 143, 209.

Knightsbridge, co. Middlesex, 312.

Knipe, Rudolph, petition of, ship seized under Navigation Act, 358, 367.

Knockadrumalea, Knockdrumleagh, Decies barony, co. Waterford, 380.

Knockagill Curraghboy, Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny, 381.

Knockandarvall. See Knockundervaul.

Knockanea. See Knockneneagh.

Knockantota, Knockantoty, Barretts barony, co. Cork, 380.

Knockatromany alias Knockdushenre, Condons and Clangibbon barony, co. Cork, 168.

Knockavallig, Clanmaurice barony, co. Kerry, 408.

Knockballyrebuck, Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny, 381.

Knockbarron, Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny, 381.

Knockbrack, Knockbrach, Decies barony, co. Waterford, 380.

Knockdrumleagh. See Knockadrumalea.

Knockdushenre. See Knockatromany.

Knocknelane [?Knocknalyre], Barretts barony, co. Cork, 380.

Knockneneagh [Knockanea], Clanwilliam barony, co. Limerick, 381.

Knockundervaul, Knockandarvall, Clanmaurice barony, co. Kerry, 408.

Knole. See Knowle.

Knollgrove. See Knowlegrove.

Knottingley, Nottingley, co. York, 196.

Knowle, Knole, co. Warwick, 182.

Knowlegrove, Knollgrove coppice. See Chertsey.

Knowles, —, supervisor of Excise at Bristol, dismissed, 19.

Knowling, George, shipowner, 170.

Kocken, Christopher van, Swedish shipowner, 367.

Konigsberg (Coningsberg, Konigsburg), hempseed from, 209; ships from, 237, 248.

Kyrmayer, —, Resident from the Duke of Saxe Eisenach, present for, 343.