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'Index of persons and Places: N, O', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 13: 1697-1698 (1933), pp. 520-525. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=82964 Date accessed: 27 November 2014.


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Naburn, Naborn, co. York, 201.

Nafferton, co. York, 197, 200.

Nailer, William, petition to be discharged out of Newgate, 288.

Namur, officers killed and wounded during siege of, 145, 335, 436– 438.

Nanfan, Richard, captain, Farrington's regiment, 276.

Nangle, Rt., Major, forfeited estate of, 407.

Nantes, France, ship from, 241.

Napheson, John, lands in Westmorland, 180.

Napper, George, ensign, Coote's regiment, 274.

Narborough, Nerborrough, co. Leicester, 205.

Narraghmore, co. Kildare, 382.

Narva (Narve), 358, 367.

Nash, Edward, King's waiter, Bristol, 232.

-, John, Customs officer, 259.

Nassau, Henry de, See Auverquerque.

-, William de. See Zuleisten.

-, William, Lord Odijk, payment to, 104.

Navan. See Cavan.

Navson, co. York, 202.

Neadle (Nedler), Culverwell, solicitor to commissioners for licensing hawkers and pedlars, 13, 430.

Neale (Neal), Daniel, a brewer, 38, 40, 165.

-, John, petition of, 60.

-, Noah, a Justice of Peace for co. Lincoln, lease of forfeited lands in Hoddesdon, 240, 249, 261.

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

-, -, Master and Worker of the Mint, 28, 53, 54, 58–60, 63, 236, 300, 393, 431, 442.

Nedler. See Neadle.

Needham, —, lands in Windsor, 175.

-, Elizabeth, a Royal Oak Lottery pensioner, 125.

-, Robert, custodiam lease of lands in co. Monmouth, 365.

-, William, lands in Hindley, 179.

Needler, Thomas, lieutenant, Marines, 445.

Negus, Francis, [Surveyor of the Royal Stables], 247, 283.

Nerborrough. See Narborough.

Neston, co. Chester, 278.

Neswick, Newswick, co. York, 200.

Netherhall, co. Essex, manor of, 413.

Netherlands, pitch from, importation of, prohibited, 366.

Nether Silton, Hethersilton, co. York, 202.

Nether Standen, co. Lancs., 179.

Nether Witton, co. Northumberland, 413.

Nether Wyersdale (Wyredale), co. Lancs., 179.

Nethersomly, co. York, 202.

Nettlehill, co. Berks, 175.

Nettleslack, [co. Lancs.], 180.

Nevil (Nevile, Nevill), —, papers of, 2.

-, -, payment to, 47.

-, Dennis, Surveyor of duties on houses and marriages, etc., co. Derby, 124.

Nevis, 330.

New Berwick, co. Northumberland, 414.

New Biggen, co. Northumberland, 419.

New England, 51, 212, 254; Governor of, issue for freight of his goods, 116; ordnance stores for, 116.

New Forest, 192.
-, Commission, formerly executed in, 93; of enquiry in, 115.
-, officers and keepers of, salaries of, 68, 250–1, 261.
-, preservation of timber in, bill before the Lords for, 84, 319.
-, sale of the tops of Navy trees in, 68, 260.
-, woodward of, 250, 261; charges against, 114, 260; see also Dickens, F.

New Grynsey harbour, Scilly Islands, 392.

New Hampshire, 61, 243.

New Windsor. See Windsor.

New York, beaver skins from, 121, 134; company of soldiers at, 122; Receiver and collector of revenues in, 373.

Newark, co. Notts, duties on houses, etc., assessments delayed, 377–8; surveyor of, stoned, 133–4.

Newbiggin [in Woodhorn], co. Northumberland, 418.

Newbold, co. Leicester, 204.

Newbridge, co. Warwick, 204.

Newburgh Gate [? in Scarborough], co. York, 196.

Newby, co. York, 313.

Newcastle, co. Dublin, barony of, 381.

Newcastle-upon-Tyne, co. Northumberland, 352, 367, 415, 416, 417, 419, 422.
-, assizes at, 144.
-, coals from, 361.
-, Excise in, 140–1; collector of, 369.
-, glassmakers of, 123, 143.
-, Mayor, etc. of, 279, 353.
-, merchants of, 353.
-, places in: Delgate [? Hellgate], Gallstrip and Jackman House, 415; Middle Street, 422; Newgate, 416, 422; late Nunnery, 419; Pigmarket and Pilgrim Street, 422; St. Nicholas', 423; St. Thomas', 423; Widdon Place, 415.
-, port of, customs officers in, 57, 143, 188, 207, 211, 230, 244, 260.
-, Receiver General of assessments, 305.
-, Tronor and Peisor, office of, granted to the Corporation, 91, 94, 279, 353.

Newell, Thomas, cornet, Windsor's regiment, 254.

Newfoundland, Army in. See Army.
-, expedition to, money imprested for, payments out of, 111, 433, 449; account of, required, 212.
-, fish and oil from, 148, 225, 245, 288, 333.
-, squadrons at. See Subject Index —Navy.

Newington, co. Kent, 177.

Newland, co. York, 200.

Newlay, Newly, co. York, 197.

Newman, —, Excise affairs, 14.

-, -, a land steward, 78.

-, George, quartermaster, Leigh's regiment, 255.

Newmarket, cos. Cambridge and Suffolk, King's house at, housekeeper and wardrobe keeper at, 288, 289; King's visit to, 74; troops attending him, 285–6, 294, 299.

Newminster, co. Northumberland, mills in, 415; late monastery of, 415–6.

Newnham, co. Bedford, manor of, 398.

Newport, co. Essex, 316; Wacklis in, 316.

-, co. Monmouth, 391.

Newport, Mr., 59.

-, Francis, Earl of Bradford, Cofferer of the Household, 306, 368, 397; trustee of Sir William and Lady Mary Forrester, 331.

Newsham, —, lands, co. Lancs., 179.

-, Thomas, complaint against the Receiver of Taxes for co. Warwick, 77, 79–83, 293, 300.

Newsham with Breckenbrough, Newsom with Brackenburgh, co. York, 202.

Newstead, Newsteed, co. Northumberland, 414.

Newswick. See Neswick.

Newton. See Newtown; West Newton.

Newton, Dr. Isaac, Warden of the Mint, 3, 59, 88, 96 (2), 108, 240, 281, 339.

-, Samuel, purchase of fee farm rents by, 185; list of those purchased, 308–318.

-, Thomas, woodward of Whittlewood and Salcey Forest, 235.

Newton Aditon, co. York, 203.

Newton-cum-Scales, [co. Lancs.], 180.

Newton Kyme, co. York, 203.

Newton le Willows, co. York, 196.

Newton super Montem, co. Northumberland, 418.

Newton [upon Derwent], co. York, 198.

Newton upon Rawcliffe (Rowcliffe), co. York, 197.

Newtown, Newton, Decies barony, co. Waterford, 380.

Nicholas, Edward, Treasurer to Queen Mary II, 22; issue for, 354; payments by, 26, 146, 370–1.

-, Sir John, a clerk of the Privy Council, 214.

Nicholls, Edward, lieutenant, Denbigh's regiment, 255.

Nicholson, John, lieutenant, Leigh's regiment, 254.

Nightingale, William, collector of taxes, co. Warwick, 81.

Nipping, Mary, lands, co. Berks, 175.

Nobbs, Benjamin, chaplain going to Maryland, 214.

Noble, —, widow, lands in Alnwick, 422.

Noblett, Robert, lands, co. Lancs., 179.

Noel (Noell), Edward, Secretary to the Excise, 53, 67, 86; and the abuses in the Excise, 15, 18–19, 39; dismissed, 113, 441, 443.

-, Roger, lands in Read, 179.

Nojack, —, cornet, Windsor's regiment, 254.

Norcott. See Northcott.

Norden. —, survey by, temp. Charles I, 117.

Norfolk, county of, riding surveyor for the coast of, 228, 252; crown revenue in, 33; Excise collector, 250; fee farm rents in, sold, 33, 153, 313; forfeited estate in, 267; Receivers General of Assessments. See Blofield, L.; Briggs, A.; sheriff of, 188, 410.

Norfolk, Richard, deceased, weigher in fee, London port, 258.

Norman, Samuel, ensign, Erle's regiment, 275.

Norris, [John], captain, commander of the squadron for Newfoundland, 56 69, 70, 96, 262, 359, 449.

-, John, joiner of the Privy Chamber, 173, 187.

North Auckland (Aukland), co. Durham, Shyrdon in, 193.

North Cave, Northcane, co. York, 197, 200.

North Charlton, co. Northumberland, 414.

North Cliff, Northcliffe, co. York, 200.

North Coppice, co. Berks, 176.

North Dalton, Northdalton, co. York, 200.

North Erpingham, co. Norfolk, hundred of, of 306.

North Greenhoe, co. Norfolk, hundred of, 306.

North Grenagh. See Grenagh.

North Indleton [?North Middleton], co. Northumberland, 414.

North Ingoldby (Ingoldsby), co. Lincoln, manor of, 205.

North Middleton. See North Indleton.

North Milford, Northmillforth, co. York, 203.

North Reston, Northruston, co. Lincoln, 206.

North Sea and Herring fishery. See Great Yarmouth.

Northall, co. Bucks, collector of taxes at, 60, 236.

Northampton, county of, Auditor of crown revenues in, 368; fee farm rents in, sold, 290; Justices of, 166; Receiver General, etc. of assessments, etc., 5, 296, 304, 397, 399. See also Matthews, B.; sheriff of, 255; surveyor of duties on marriages, etc., and houses, 397; undersheriff of, 255, 285.

Northampton, co. Northampton, 170.

Northbourne, Northburne, co. Kent, 177.

Northcane. See North Cave.

Northcliffe. See North Cliff.

Northcott (Norcott, Northcoate, Northcote), Charles, waiter and searcher, Barnstaple port, 253–4.

-, John, ensign, Northcott's regiment, 276.

-, Robert, lieutenant and quartermaster, Erle's regiment, 275.

-, Thomas, ensign, Northcott's regiment, 276.

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

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

Northkirkland, co. York, 199.

Northmillforth. See North Milford.

Northruston. See North Reston.

Northumberland, county of, arrears of crown rents, 283–4; fee farm rents in, list of those sold, 413–423; Receiver General of crown land revenues, 153, 291; Receiver General and commissioners of assessments, etc., 185, 387, 388, 400; sheriff of, 261; surveyor of duties on marriages, etc., and houses, 123.

Northumberland, Duke of. See Fitzroy, G.

Norton, co. York, 196.

Norton, James, captain in Holt's regiment and going Lieutenant Governor of St. Christopher's, 67, 257.

Norway, Navy stores from, 363, 367.

Norwich, co. Norfolk, 34, 49, 261, 302; mint at. See Mints; Receiver General of assessments, 306.

-, diocese of, tenths of, application of, 261.

Nostell. See Vostell.

Nostell, Priory of. See Oswald's.

Noton. See Notton.

Nottingham, county of, fee farm rents in, sold, 204; Receivers General of assessments, etc., 4–5, 145, 162, 305, 400; sheriff of, 261; surveyors of duties on marriages, etc., and houses, 124, 133.

Nottingham, co. Nottingham, Receiver General of assessments, 305.

Nottingham, Earl of. See Finch, D.

Nottingley. See Knottingley,

Notton (Noton) alias Potton, co. York, 196; Cotam lands in, 197.

Nottram, John, rewards for, 298.

Noy, William, searcher, Exeter port, 298.

Nugent, Christopher, forfeited lands of, 381, 407.

-, Mary, daughter of Robert, 187.

-, Robert, of Donore, co. Westmeath, forfeited estate of, 187.

Nunalee (Nunale), Henry, yeoman of Bythorn, 46, 210.

Nunburnholme, co. York, 198.

Nuninton [Nunnington], co. York, 196.

Nuthall, John, Receiver General of assessments for Surrey, 305.

Nuthurst, co. Berks, lands called, 175.

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Oates (Otes), Rebecca, wife of Titus, 392.

-, Titus, Dr., pension of, 18, 29, 44, 63, 77, 84, 92; new grant, 103, 392, 409–10; royal bounty for, 103, 403, 407, 428.

O'Brien (O'Bryan, O'Bryon), —, lieutenant, died of wounds, 438.

-, Charles, Viscount Clare, forfeited estate of, 366.

-, Dennis, forfeited lands of, 167–8.

-, Jesyna, widow, her husband's arrears, 438.

Odbert, Samuel, captain, marines, 445.

Odel, —, evidence by, 90.

Odijk (Odyke). See Nassau, William.

Offendike. See Ossendyke.

Oglethorp, William, major, Denbigh's regiment, 255.

O'Hara (Hara, Haragh), Sir Charles, issue for, 64; regiment of fuziliers of, 172.

Old Bylandcote, co. York, tenement called, 195.

Old Felton, co. Northumberland, 420.

Old Grange, Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny, 380.

Old Grynsey harbour, Scilly Islands, 392.

Old Windsor, See Windsor.

Oldfield, Nathaniel, recognizance forfeited by, 193.

Olivants, William, tenement in Cumberland, 180.

Oliver, David, lands of, in co. Cardigan, 351.

-, John, master mason to the Works, 215.

-, Peter, clothing supplied to the Forces, 229.

O'Neale (O'Neile), daughter of Sir Neale, 351.

-, Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Neale, 351.

-, Frances, Dame, widow of Sir Neale, petition of, 351.

-, Mary, daughter of Sir Neale, 351.

-, Sir Neale, estate of, 351.

-, Rose, daughter of Sir Neale, 351.

Onslow, Denzill, issue to, for the purchase of a lease, 55, 332.

-, Foot, Exchequer bills of, 10; Excise Commissioner, 86, 393; and the mismanagements in the Excise, 25–6, 30, 31, 39, 41, 85, 91, 94.

-, Sir Richard, Exchequer bills of, 10.

Orchard, Charles, Customer of Exeter and Barnstaple ports, 258.

Ord, George, lieutenant, marines, 445.

Orfeur, Edward, quartermaster, Leigh's regiment, 255.

-, John, captain, Leigh's regiment, 254.

-, Phillip, ensign, Bolton's regiment, 274.

Orford, co. Suffolk, Mayor and Justices of, letter to, concerning duties on houses, etc., 361.

Orford, Earl of. See Russell, Edward.

Orkney, Earl of. See Hamilton, George.

Ormesby. See Ormsby.

Ormonde, Duchess of. See Butler, Mary.

-, Duke of. See Butler, James.

Ormsby, Ormesby, co. Lincoln, 182, 183, 206.

Ormsby, (Ormesby), —, widow, petition of, 60; royal bounty for, 436.

-, -, lieutenant colonel, Hamilton's regiment, 436.

Orrery, Earl of. See Boyle, Lionel; Boyle, Roger.

Osborne, Peregrine, Marquess of Carmarthen, his regiment of marines. See Marines.

-, Robert, proclamation reward for, 373.

-, Thomas, Duke of Leeds, Lord President of the Council, 220; alleged grant of Tattershall manor, 208.

O'Shaghnessey (O'Shaghnessy), Roger, forfeited estate of, 395, 443.

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

Ossendyke, Offendike, co. York, 203.

Ossulston, Baron. See Bennet, C.

Oswald's late Monastery [Priory of Nostell, co. York], 419.

Otes. See Oates.

Otway, James, captain, Farrington's regiment, 276.

Oundle, co. Northampton, 249.

Oursell, —, corn imported by, 28.

Ouston, Owston, co. Northumberland, 419.

Outchester. See Ulchester.

Outwell, co. Norfolk, Moorhall in, 313.

Over Kellet, Overkellett, co. Lancs., Nettlehall in, 179.

Over Silton, co. York, 202.

Over Trewhitt. See High Trewhitt.

Overhall, co. Essex, manor of, 413.

Overton, —, ensign, Gibson's regiment, 275.

-, -, petition for Chief searcher's place, London port, 106, 109–11.

-, Benjamin, a Customs Commissioner, 17, 406.

Ovingham, co. Northumberland, 420.

Ovingham, co. York, 195.

Ovington, co. Northumberland, 418.

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

-, -, outlaw, forfeited lands of, 147.

-, Richard, surveyor of duties on houses and marriages, etc. for Devon and Exeter, 123.

Owrds, —, tenement in Northumberland, 417.

-, Thomas, tenement in Tosson, 416.

Owston. See Ouston.

Oxenden, George, Dr. of Laws, Judge of the Admiralty Court of the Cinque Ports, 189, 369.

Oxford, county of, Receiver General of assessments, 305, 399; sheriff of, 403, 410: surveyor of duties on marriages, etc., and houses, 124.

Oxford, co. Oxford, 281; apothecary of, 90; Lord High Treasurer's patent dated at, 234; Receiver General of assessments, 305.

Oxford, diocese of, First Fruits and Tenths due from, 290.

Oxford University, Professor of Civil Law in, fee of, 401; Receiver General of assessments, 305.

Oxford, Earl of. See De Vere, A.

Oxhill, co. Warwick, 204.

Oxspring, co. York, 195.

Ozod, Helen, widow, lease of premises in Misson, 433.