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'Index of persons and Places: M', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 13: 1697-1698 (1933), pp. 515-520. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=82963 Date accessed: 20 October 2014.


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MacCarthy, Donough, Earl of Clancarty, forfeited estate of, 135, 140.

-, [Elizabeth], Countess [dowager] of Clancarty, issue to, 76; interest in her husband's estate, 140.

Macclesfield, Earl of. See Gerard, C.

Mackay, Eneas, colonel, his regiment. See Army—regiments.

Mackenny, Duncan, quartermaster, Leigh's regiment, 255.

Mackensie (McKenzy), —, lieutenant colonel, Brudenall's regiment, 437.

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

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

Mackraken, —, captain, of the Royal Regiment of Foot, 437.

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

Maclane (Macklane), —, landwaiter, Newcastle, 57, 230.

Mac Loghlin, Morgan, forfeited lands of, 395.

Magherabane, Magherybane, Garrycastle barony, King's county, 444.

Magooly, co. Cork, 380.

Magorman, John, ship owner, petition of, 271.

Magunihy, co. Kerry, barony of, 382.

Mahome, —, lands in Alnwick, 422.

Mainwaring. See Manwaring.

Maitland, —, colonel, his regiment. See Army—regiments.

Majorca, Maxorke, 160.

Malaga, Spain, 342.

Malden, [co. Surrey], Chantry house in, 312.

Maldon, Malden, co. Essex, 317.

Malferes, —, cottage in Rothbury, 423.

Malling, co. Kent, Deanery of, 177.

Maltby [le Marsh], co. Lincoln, 182.

Man, Isle of, 344, 432; pension for the poor ministers of, 27, 87, 146, 150, 228, 242, 329.

Man. See Mann.

Mangey (Mangy), —, widow of Arthur, applications concerning her husband's estate, 47, 52, 54.

-, Arthur, goldsmith of Leeds, executed for counterfeiting, forfeited estate of, 47, 54, 164, 375–6.

-, alias Montjoy, Benjamin, tenant, Leeds, 375.

Manley (Manly), —, prosecution of, 65.

-, -, Customs officer, 165.

-, Isaac, son of John, annuity for his father, 89, 344, 350.

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

-, John, annuity for, 344, 350.

Mann (Man), Daniel, joint Comptroller, Cardiff port, 303.

-, Henry, tenement in Lucker, 418.

-, John, joint Comptroller, Cardiff port, 303.

-, Richard, waiter and searcher, etc., Bridgwater port, 170.

Mansell, Thomas, ensign, Coote's regiment, 274.

Mansford [?Wansford], co. York, 197.

Manwaring, (Mainwaring, Manwareing), James, Deputy Master of the Mint at Chester, 108.

-, Sir John, and the Receiver of co. Chester, 84, 121.

Maplestead, Maplested, co. Essex, 314.

Marefield. See South Marefield.

Margaret Roding (Reding), co. Essex, 317.

Margate, co. Kent, 435; and London, hoyman between, 352.

Mariot. See Marriot.

Marketman, Richard, mariner in Customs boat at Poole, 334.

Marlborough, Earl of. See Churchill, J.

Marlow, John, noontender, London port, 231.

Marmande, Elizabeth de, pension for, 235.

Marr, Marre, co. York, 203.

Marrick. See Morrick.

Marriot (Mariot, Marriott, Marryot, Maryot), Reginald, of the Exchequer Receipt, fraudulent endorsement of Exchequer bills by, 5–8, 10, 12, 13, 18, 22–4, 27, 31, 32, 42, 43; his confession, 4–5; new matter against, 13; his prosecution and bail, 18, 20, 28, 36, 135, 136.

-, -, [deputy auditor of Crown Revenues], 33, 174, 206, 370.

-, -, lease of lead mines in co. York, 257, 339.

-, Robert, arrest of, 119.

Marsden, co. Lancs., manor of, 178.

Marshall, co. Essex, manor of, 315.

Marshall, John, commander of the Richard and Sarah, 189.

-, Richard, collector, Whitehaven port, 99, 378.

-, Robert, lands in Alnwick, 421.

-, Samuel, chaplain going to Maryland, 214.

-, Simon, comptroller, Chester port, 161.

-, Thomas, chaplain going to Maryland, 214.

Marske, Marsk, co. York, 197.

Martin, —, captain, Mackay's regiment, 437.

-, —, widow, royal bounty for, 437.

-, George, lands in Suckley, 313.

-, Joseph, commander of a customs sloop at Rye, 278.

-, -, a Receiver of the New East India Company's subscription, 102, 386.

-, Oliver, forfeited estate of, 444.

-, Tutchen, King's waiter, London port, 213.

Martinique (Martinico), officer killed at, 437.

Marton, co. York, 199; manor of, 197.

Marwood, Thomas, lieutenant, Company of Miners, 276.

Mary II, Queen of England, "the late Queen," 24.
-, allowances for servants of, 354.
-, footman to, 359.
-, Lord Chamberlain to, 307.
-, Maid of Honour to, 146.
-, pension granted by, 322.
-, Treasurer to, 370. See also Nicholas, E.

Mary of Modena, Queen of James II, jointure and other grants to, 52, 213, 432.

Maryland, chaplains going to, 214, 224; books for parishes in, 248.

Maryot. See Marriot.

Marzin, William, master of a French ship, 344.

Mason [Charles, Comptroller of the Mint], 59.

-, Cornelius, petition of, tobacco duty, 135, 149.

-, John, Receiver General of assessments for co. Cambridge and the Isle of Ely, 22, 47, 48, 132, 304, 399.

-, Robert, Surveyor of duties on houses and marriages, etc. for East Riding of York, 123.

-, William, Sheriff of Surrey, 410, 429.

Massingham, co. Norfolk, manor of, 313; see also Great Massingham; Little Massingham.

Maston [?Muston], co. York, 201.

Matfine, Charles, Customs officer, 244.

Mathook, Thomas, information against, 259.

Matthews (Mathew, Mathews, Matthew), —, Brigadier, payment of arrears to his widow, 92, 338, 425.

-, -, colonel, payment to, 286; petition for lease of the office of Havenor of the Duchy of Cornwall, 60–1.

-, Benjamin, Receiver General of assessments for cos. Northampton and Rutland, 78, 296, 304, 397, 399.

-, Jonathan, petition of, seized tobacco, 343.

-, Richard, late Customer of Cardiff port, 236.

-, Thomas, abuses in leather duty, 44, 45.

-, Thomas, Receiver General of assessments for cos. Brecon, Cardigan, Hereford and Radnor, 188, 304, 399, 428.

-, -, tidesman, Scarborough, 379.

Maudit, Peers, Windsor Herald, 215.

Maurice. See Morris.

Mawson, co. York, manor of, 203.

Mawson, Charles, Chester Herald, 215.

Maxorke. See Majorca.

Maxwell, George, John and Robert, joint agents for prizes in the island of Providence, 356.

May, Sir Algernon, pension for, 95, 264, 349.

-, Charles, pension for his wife, 89, 336.

-, Eleanor, wife of Charles, late a Maid of Honour, pension for, 336.

-, Griffin, captain, Gibson's regiment, 275.

-, William, a messenger, 359.

Mazzin, William, petition of, 330.

Meadows, Philip, Excise Commissioner, 393.

-, Sir Phillip, Commissioner for Trade and Plantations, 297.

Meagher, Thady, forfeited lands of, 396.

Meath, county of, forfeited lands in, 407, 444.

Meath, Earl of. See Brabazon, E.

Mechatts, co. Essex, 317.

Meddox, Boniface, person outlawed at the suit of, 365.

Medina, Solomon de. repayment of a loan by, 86.

Mediterranean. See Subject Index—Navy; Ships.

Meeke, Anthony, undersearcher at Gravesend, 213.

Meeniss, John, ensign, Gibson's regiment, 275.

Meere. See Mere.

Meesters, [William], storekeeper of the Ordnance, 404.

Melkinthorpe, Melkenthorpe, co. Westmorland, 180.

Mellescroft, See Molescroft.

Mellhous, co. Essex, 317.

Mellish, John, landwaiter at Portsmouth, 234.

-, -, deceased, a customs surveyor, 260.

Meltingby [Meltonby], co. York, 198.

Melton on the Hill, co. York, 194.

Memine Reis (Raise), gift from the Consul at Algiers, 340.

Menilaws. See Moneylaws.

Mening, John, late a waiter of the Four and a half per cent. duty in Barbados, 151.

Mennythorpe, Menythorp, co. York, 197. 201.

Menthorpe, co. York, 201.

Merchant, Thomas, a haberdasher of Wells, loan by, 321.

Mere, Meere, co. Wilts, hundred or bailiwick of, lease of, 123, 186, 239.

Meredith, Richard, Customer, Chester port, 241.

Merefen, co. Northumberland, 416.

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

Merret (Merrett, Meritt), —, corn imported by, 28.

-, -, a Yeoman Harbinger, 389.

-, William, deputy Knight Harbinger, 58, 70, 93, 272.

Merriman, Thomas, receiver of Post Office revenue, Oxford to Evesham stage, 281.

Merryfield, co. Berks, lands called, 175.

Message, John, lieutenant, Brudenall's regiment, 274.

Messina, Sicily, Consul at, 265.

Methop. See Middup.

Methuen, John, Chancellor of Ireland, royal bounty for, as Speaker of the House of Peers, 272.

Methwold, Methwould, co. Norfolk, 313.

Metton, co. Norfolk, 313.

Metzelaier, Bottle Gerret, master of the L'Esperance, 237.

Mexborough. See Muckleburgh.

Mezar, Eggia de, Armenian merchant, 126, 131.

Michelburne (Mitchelburne), John, colonel, his regiment. See Army—regiments.

Micklegate. See York city.

Mickle Tosson, co. Northumberland, 414.

Midburgh, co. Lancs., 178.

Middleburg, 216.

Middle Rasen, Middleraisen, co. Lincoln, 206.

Middlesex, county of, fee farm rents in, sold, 311–2, 317; Receivers General of assessments, etc., 304, 320, 399, 449; sheriffs of, 409; solicitor for assessing taxes in, 224; surveyor of duties on marriages, etc., and houses, 124; undersheriff of, 21.

Middlethird, co. Tipperary, barony of, 396.

Middleton, co. Lancs, 178.

Middleton, co. Northumberland, 415. See also North Middleton; South Middleton.

Middleton, co. York, 194, 198, 200.

Middleton (Midleton), —, corn duties, 28.

-, Lady Ann, lands, co. Lancs., 178.

-, Charles, 56.

-, -, petition for lease of lead mines, co. York, 339.

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

-, John, information against, 259.

-, -, lands in Bradford, co. Northumberland, 416.

-, Philip, petition of, pirate's effects, 398.

-, Ralph, tenement in Edington, 416.

-, Richard, petition for deputy searcher's place, Gravesend, 413.

-, Samuel, tidesman and waiter and searcher, Penzance port, 261.

-, Walter, Customer and collector, Milford port, 188, 225; agent for Prizes there, 225, 245.

-, William, representation concerning frauds in taxes, 132, 339.

Middup, co. Lancs. [?Methop, co. Westmorland], 178.

Midrome. See Mindrum.

Midsomer Norton, co. Somerset, 413.

Milburne (Milburn), George, owner of the site of Clifford Fort, 186.

-, Ralph, lands in Corbridge, 421.

Milde, John, ship's master, 125.

Mildenhall, co. Suffolk, 306.

Milfield. See Milnefield.

Milford Haven, co. Pembroke, port of, Agent for prizes in, 225, 245; Customs officers in, 188, 225, 245, 260, 265, 298, 349, 350, 359; ship wrecked near, 330, 344.

Milford, Robert. See Mitford.

Millard. See Millerd.

Miller, John, ensign, Farrington's regiment, 276.

-, -, of the Bank of England, 269.

-, Joseph, riding officer at Workington, 158.

-, Richard, Customer of woollen cloth and petty customs, London port, 233.

Millerd (Millard), —, of the Bank of England, 17.

Millet, Robert, cottage in Pelton, 419.

Mills, John, Excise duties, 19.

-, Leo, letter of, 64.

Milltown, Miltown, Middlethird barony, co. Tipperary, 396.

Milnefield [?Milfield], co. Northumberland, 415.

Milner, Cuthbert, lands in Alnwick, 421.

Milton, co. Kent, Conyers Iley in, 435.

Miltown. See Milltown.

Mindrum, Midrome, Mindrome, co. Northumberland, 419.

Minerefeet [Mintsfeet], co. Westmorland, 180.

Minshull, Peter, captain, Erle's regiment, 275.

Mintsfeet. See Minerefeet.

Minzies, Robert, captain, Farrington's regiment, 276.

Miremont, Marquis de, his regiment. See Army—regiments; wine for, seized, 369.

Missenden, Missendon, [co. Bucks.], 175.

Misson, co. Lincoln, 322, 433.

Mistley, Misley, co. Essex, 314.

Mitchelburne. See Michelburne.

Mitchell, —, captain, Receiver General of taxes for co. Gloucester in 1692, 355.

-, John, lands in Old Windsor, 175.

-, -, captain, commander of a fireship, 369.

-, Sir Michael, a commissioner for managing forfeited estates in Ireland, 408, 409.

-, Samuel, assistant Secretary to the Trustees for Exchequer bills, 238.

-, -, lease terminable on his life, 239.

Mitchener, John, affidavit of, 80.

Mitford, co. Norfolk, hundred of, 306.

Mitford, Mitforth, co. Northumberland, 416.

Mitford (Milford), —, lottery tickets of, 98–9.

-, Robert, sheriff of Northumberland, 261.

Mitforth, Christopher, lands in Ovingham, 420.

-, Richard, lands in Higham Dykes, 420.

-, Robert, tenement in Mitford, 416.

Mitton. See Little Mitton.

Moanogeenagh. See Monygenagh.

Mockford, John, customs officer, Faversham, 131, 266.

Mohun, Charles, Baron Mohun, royal bounty for, 91; trial of, 71.

Molescroft, Mellescroft, Mollscroft, co. York, 200; Carmonscrobs in, 200.

Molineux (Mollineux, Molyneux), Mr., 18.

-, Lord, lands in Tarbock, 179.

-, Francis, army clothier, petition of, 425.

-, [Thomas, Comptroller of the Mints], 59.

Mollington, Mollinton, co. Warwick, 204.

Mollscroft. See Molescroft.

Molyne, Jeremy, landwaiter, Colchester port, 127.

Molyneux. See Molineux.

Monaparson, Monyparson, Barretts barony, co. Cork, 380.

Monattery [Monatray], Decies barony, co. Waterford, 380.

Monck, Robert, tenement in Warkworth, 423.

Moneyfaddee [Moneyfad], Moydow barony, co. Longford, 395.

Moneyflugh. See Moonyflugh.

Moneylaws, Menilaws, co. Northumberland, 419.

Monitonilany, Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny, 380.

Monks Horton, co. Kent, manor of, 177.

Monmouth, county of, forfeited lands in, 365; Receivers General of assessments, etc., 305, 337, 400; sheriff of, 434; surveyors of duties on marriages, etc., and houses, 124, 339.

Monmouth, Duchess of. See Scott, Ann.

-, Duke of. See Fitz Roy, James.

Monsham. See Moulsham.

Montagu (Montague), —, counsel, 18, 26, 40, 54, 79, 80.

-, -, colonel, a captain of the Guards, 78, 299.

-, -, lands, co. Berks, 176.

-, -, late surveyor of the Window tax, co. Bucks, 95.

-, Charles, Chancellor of the Exchequer, at the Treasury Board, 1–113 passim; Exchequer bills of, 10; salary of, 119, 211, 323, 373.

-, Christopher, a Commissioner for Stamp duties, 431, 450; Excise Commissioner, 393, 431; a manager of the Malt Lottery, 429.

-, Heneage, Master of the Jewel House, 135, 140, 174, 189, 233, 280, 297, 319.

-, Ralph, Earl of Montagu, Master of the Great Wardrobe, 22, 142, 146, 152, 159, 257, 263, 410.

Monteagle, Lord. See Parker, Thomas.

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

Montgomery, Viscount. See Herbert, William.

Montgomery, Sir James, escape of, 339.

Montjoy. See Mangey; Mountjoy.

Montserrat, 151, 174.

Monygenagh [Moanogeenagh], Tulla barony, co. Clare, 407.

Monyparson. See Monaparson.

Moody (Moodie), James, captain, prizes sold by, 212, 276–7, 349–50.

Moone, co. Kildare, manor of, 401.

Moonyflugh [Moneyflugh], co. Cork, 380.

Moor (Moore), —, corn imported by, 28.

-, Edward, petition for place as surveyor of duties on Windows, etc., 170.

-, Horatio, claim to lease of the tennis court, 2, 13–14.

- See also More.

Moorbyings, co. York, 199.

Moor Monkton, co. York, Owingfield in, 199.

Moortown, Mooretown, Kilcullen barony, co. Kildare, 382.

Mordaunt (Mordant), Henry, colonel, his regiment. See Army—regiments; his regiment of marines. See Marines.

-, -, Conservator and Supervisor of Dean Forest, 216.

More, Clanwilliam barony, co Limerick, 381.

More, Thomas, tenement in Northumberland, 418.

- See also Moor.

Moreau, —. landwaiter's place, London port, 99.

Moresk, co. Cornwall, manor of, 365.

Morgan, —, a goldsmith in Suffolk Street, 98.

-, Dame Ann, of Chelsea, lands in Monmouth bequeathed by, 308, 391.

-, Anthony, major, Exempt Guidon and Cornet in the First Troop of Guards, 87, 328.

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

-, Edward, affidavit of, 80.

-, Thomas, recommends person for place of Receiver General for North Wales, 79.

-, -, Surveyor of duties on houses and marriages, etc. for co. Bedford, 124.

-, Walter, outlaw, his lands in co. Monmouth, 365.

Morgason, Thomas, a collector of taxes in Stepney, embezzlement by, 323, 430.

Morice. See Morris.

Morin, Peter, lieutenant, Gibson's regiment, 275.

Morland, Sir Samuel, the father, pension granted to, 230.

-, -, the son, pension for, 55, 230, 232.

Morpeth, co. Northumberland, 415, 419, 422; Lady's Close, Sigglestone Close and Stobe Close in, 416.

Morrice. See Morris.

Morrick, Marrick, co. Northumberland, 413, 420.

Morris (Maurice, Morice, Morrice), Jenkin, Surveyor of duties on houses and marriages, etc. for cos. Monmouth, Glamorgan and Brecon, 124.

-, John, deputy Customer and collector, Milford port, 260.

-, -, merchant of London, 118.

-, Nicholas, trustee and guardian of Sir Nicholas, petition for lease of the office of Havenor of the Duchy of Cornwall, 61, 76, 117, 118, 336, 351.

-, Sir Nicholas, proposed lease of the office of Havenor of the Duchy of Cornwall, 117, 118.

-, William, son of John, merchant, lease during his life, 118.

-, Sir William, Secretary of State in 1660, grants of the office of Havenor of the Duchy of Cornwall, 118, 336.

-, -, son of Sir William, lease during his life, 118.

Morrow, co. York, 199.

Morse, —, a servant, 32.

-, Joseph, tidesman, Bridgwater port, 361.

Mortershead, Samuel, proclamation reward for, 296.

Mortimer, Lawrence, tenant, co. Middlesex, 376.

Morton, —, loan by, 87.

-, William, lands in Northumberland, 422.

Morton alias Burton [Burton Dassett], co. Warwick, 204.

Morton Baggot (Baggott), co. Warwick, 204.

Moscropp, Robert, lands in Alnwick, 420.

Moseley, William, lieutenant and adjutant, Leveson's regiment, 293.

Mosse, Nich., tenement in Northumberland, 417.

Mottram, —. captain, Colt's regiment, 437.

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

Moulin, Thomas, master of the John, 158.

Moulsham, Monsham, co. Essex, "George" in, 316.

Mount of St. John the Baptist [in the Deanery of Bulmer, co. York], 419.

Mountfort, John, clerk to Commissioners for licensing hawkers and pedlars, 430.

Mountjoy (Montjoy), Viscount. See Stewart, William.

Mountnessing, Munazeens, co. Essex, 314.

Mountrath, Earl of. See Coote, Charles.

Mouson, Mussen, co. Northumberland, 414.

Mowles, John, tenement in Newcastle, 416.

Moxham, John, proclamation reward for, 373.

Moycashel, Moycashill, co. Westmeath, barony of, 382.

Moydow, co. Longford, barony of, 395.

Moygoish, co. Westmeath, barony of, 407.

Moyrath, Decies barony, co. Waterford, 380.

Moyvoughly, Moyvaghly, Rathconrath barony, co. Westmeath, 382.

Mozel, John, quartermaster, Harvey's regiment, 254.

Much Baddow (Baddor). See Great Baddow.

Much Leys. See Great Leighs.

Much Tey. See Great Tey.

Much Walsham. See Great Waltham.

Muchland, Muckland, co. Lancs., 179.

Muckleburgh [Mexborough], co. York, 195.

Mudborrow Green, [Mulberry Green], co. Essex, 315.

Mullady, Hugh, forfeited estate of, 366.

-, Redmund, forfeited estate of, 366.

Mullaghcrowny [Mullaghcrohy], Ballyboy barony, King's County, 443.

Mulliverny [?Mullawornia], Moydow barony, co. Longford, 395.

Mullmafooky, Clane barony, co. Kildare, 382.

Mumbles, co. Glamorgan, 252.

Munazeens. See Mountnessing.

Munden. See Great Munden; Little Munden.

Mureau (Murreau), Daniel, landwaiter's place, London port, 377.

Murphy, Martin, his house in Athlone, 444.

Murrall, William, sheriff of co. Stafford, 370, 429.

Murreau. See Mureau.

Muscovy, Czar of, issues for his reception, 49, 51, 208, 211, 227.
-, damages to the house, gardens, etc. in Deptford, used by him, 325, 360; used by his Guards, 360.
-, clocks and tools purchased by, 325.
-, ordnance for, 377.
-, Engineers going to, 92, 338.

Musgrave, —, clerk of the deliveries of the Ordnance, 404.

-, Sir Christopher, stalls of cattle in Cumberland and Westmorland, 180.

-, Edward, Abbeylow Grange, co. Westmorland, 180.

-, Sir Richard, a Justice of Peace for Cumberland, 337.

Mussen. See Mouson.

Mustapha, dragoman to the Consul at Algiers, 340.

Muston. See Maston.

Mutford, co. Suffolk, half hundred of, 306.