Index of persons and Places
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'Index of persons and Places: F', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 14: 1698-1699 (1934), pp. 461-464. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=83027 Date accessed: 24 September 2014.


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Fagel, [Francois, griffier of the States General], 94.

Fairbrother, [George], lieutenant, killed at Landen, 247.

-, Sarah, widow of [George], royal bounty for, 247.

Fairfax, Thomas, Lord Fairfax, annuity of, 61, 283; a Commissioner to enquire of superstitious lands, 99, 397; quit rents of Northern Virginia vested in, as executor of Lord Culpeper, 162.

Falcutt, Fawscote, co. Northampton, 420.

Falkland, Viscount. See Carey, A.; Carey, L. H.

Fall, William, comptroller, Plymouth port, 18, 153.

Falmouth, co. Cornwall, 129.
-, collector of. See Gwyn, D.; Spry, G.
-, Customs officers, 131, 293.
-, pacquet boats, agency of, 77, 81, 338; agent of. See Gwyn, D.; Waddon, R.
-, ship seized at, 293.

Fanshaw, William, lottery pensioner, 260; royal bounty for, 82, 260, 356, 381.

Farassieres. See Dohna.

Farbill, co. Westmeath, barony of, 263.

Fareham, co. Southampton, Customs officer, 130; Marines' quarters at, 261.

Farewell, John, colonel, Deputy Governor of the Tower, petition for a house on the Parade, 298.

Farington. See Farrington.

Farley, Furly, co. Surrey, 419.

Farrell. See O'Farrell.

Farrington (Farington), Thomas, colonel, 175; regiment of, 32, 189, 331; agent to, 175.

Farriseau, Heycoop, Army contractor, 209.

Farritinoade, Ballymoe half barony, co. Galway, 334.

Fartullagh, Fartallagh, co. Westmeath, barony of, 355.

Fatio, —, of Geneva, money for Forces in Piedmont, 218.

Faure, —, pension for, 142.

Fausille, — la, pension for, 142.

Faversham, Feversham, co. Kent, Marines' quarters at, 261.

- See also Feversham.

Fawscote. See Falcutt.

Fead, Herbert, et al., sergeants, petition for subsistence arrears, 223.

Feild. See Field.

Feilding. See Fielding.

Felsted, co. Essex, lands in, 424, 426.

Felton, Thomas, a former Auditor of the Receipt, 108.

Fenn, George, renewal of lost money order, 168.

-, Sir Henry, grant of waste land built on by M. Pitt, 203.

Ferguson (Fergison), —, doctor, surety for S. Richardson, 385.

-, William, pedlar, petition of, 214.

Ferne, —, payment to, 172.

Ferrassieres. See Dohna.

Ferrer, John, surety for J. Mason, petition of, 382.

Feversham (Faversham), Earl of. See Durfort, L.

- See also Faversham.

Fevouillet, —, pension for, 142.

Fews, co. Armagh, barony of, 263.

Fickleshole, Ficklehoke, [in Chelsham], co. Surrey, 419.

Field (Feild), Christopher, Customs sloop commander, Ilfracombe, 129, 397.

-, John, King's waiter, London port, 357.

Fielding (Feilding), George, a former Page of Honour, annuity of, 221, 227.

Figg's Marsh, Figmarsh, in Mitcham, co. Surrey, 419.

Finch. See Finchingfield.

Finch, Daniel, 14th Earl of Nottingham, return of plate, 376.

-, Elizabeth, formerly Ayres, Countess Dowager of Winchilsea, lease of premises at Richmond, 276, 389.

Finchingfield, Finch, Finchingfeild, co. Essex, 424; Brent Hall (Brendhall) in, 425.

Finiss, —, lieutenant, killed at Camaret, 312, 337.

-, [Eliz.], widow, royal bounty for, 312, 337.

Fire McAbrin, Inchiquin barony, co. Clare, 265.

Firebrace, Sir Basil, of London, merchant, discharge of baronetcy fee, 108, 136; discharge of wine bonds, 106.

Fisher, —, captain, payment to, 90; pension of, 60; petition of, 90.

Fishergate, co. Sussex, hundred of, 426.

Fiskinbury. See Kislingbury.

Fitch (Fitche, Fitz), John, 48, 49, 68; case between, and Attorney General and Navy Commissioners, 314; interest for, 62, 69, 290, 314; petition of, 227; work at Portsmouth, 290.

FitzCharles, Bridget, Countess Dowager of Plymouth, house in Duke Street, 338; petition to build a terrace walk, etc., 338.

FitzGerald, George, son of Robert, pension in lieu of office of Comptroller of the Musters, Ireland, 379–80.

-, -, grant of estate, 351.

-, Hen., forfeited lands of, 265.

-, Lady Katharine, petition concerning debt of Robert, her brother, 87, 379–80.

-, Robert, Comptroller of the Musters, Ireland, debt to Lady Katharine, 379.

FitzHardinge, Lady. See Berkeley, Barbara.

-, Viscount. See Berkeley, J.

FitzHarry, Ann, royal bounty for, 201.

FitzHerbert, Humphrey, customer outwards, Bristol port, 415.

FitzJeffry. See Browne Fitz Jeffry.

FitzMiles, (Fz Miles), Richard Bourk, forfeited lands of, 265.

FitzPatrick (Fitzpatric), Barnaby, Lord of Upper Ossory, estate of, 262; reversal of outlawry, 262.

-, Bryan, 7th Earl of Upper Ossory, estate of, 54, 262.

-, Dermot or Dormot, forfeited lands of, 351, 354.

-, Dorothy, Lady Dowager of Upper Ossory, relict of Barnaby, annuity to, 262.

-, James, in the French service, forfeited estate of, 262.

-, Richard, captain, grant of forfeited lands, Ireland, 54, 262.

FitzRoy, Charles, Duke of Grafton, annuity of, 171, 211, 227, 398, 410.

-, -, Duke of Southampton, annuity of, 171, 398, 410.

-, George, Duke of Northumberland, annuity of, 171, 398, 410; rent of prizage and butlerage of wines, 361; trustees for. See Villiers, E.; Villiers, G., Viscount Grandison.

-, Isabella, Duchess Dowager of Grafton, annuity of, 43, 171, 211, 227, 398, 410; annuity to, as heiress of Henry, Earl of Arlington, 305.

FitzSimmons (Fitzsimons), Richard, forfeited lands of, 351, 353.

FitzWilliams, Sir William, fee farm rent of Portnall Park, 420.

Flagclose, co. Cumberland, tithe rents, 255.

Flaherty, Robert, cornet, arrears of, 292.

Flamborough Head, co. York, 129.

Flanders, 228.
-, arms sold by private persons in, 277.
-, Army in. See Index of Subjects— Army.
-, florins, rate of, 52.
-, Governor of. See Bavaria, Elector of.
-, laces from, taken in prize, 12.
-, messengers of the Chamber in, 41, 42.
-, pacquet boats, treaty concerning, 363.
-, Pages of the Bedchamber in, 244.
-, remittances to, 52, 138, 350.
-, Royal Household in, 239.

Flaskagh Beg, Flaskabegg, co. Galway, 333.

Fleetwood, —, a clerk of the Exchequer, concerning loan of Mrs. Zouch, 54, 55; frauds discovered by, 81.

Flembie. See Flimby.

Fleming, Sir John, forfeited lands of, 373.

Fletcher, [Benjamin], colonel, Governor of New York, conduct of, 243.

-, [John], surveyor of Excise, Northern Counties, 32, 186.

Flimby, Flembie, co. Cumberland, 255.

Flin, Feaghry, forfeited lands of, 351.

Flint, county of, marshes in, 212; mines in, 283, 325, 360; Receiver General of Assessments. See Austin, T.

Floore, Flower, co. Northampton, 421.

Flower, Henry, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, co. Wilts, 235.

Floyer, Peter, contractor for taking in wrought plate, 59, 280, 296; stock-holder in the General Company trading to the East Indies, 166.

Foche, Sir John, [a Commissioner of Excise], 152.

Foley, Paul, Speaker of the House of Commons, 169, 229.

Folkes, Folks. See Foulkes.

Fonjuliane, —, pension for, 142.

Fontanier, —, pension for, 141.

Forbes, Sir James, house to be given to, 65; trustee for the Earl of Ranelagh, 154.

Ford, John, searcher, Chichester port, 223, 270, 379.

-, Robert, housekeeper at Newmarket, 195, 206.

Forky. See Torquay.

Forrester, Sir William, trustee for the Earl of Ranelagh, 154.

Fort, Alexander, master joiner to the Works, 195, 270; building barges, 244.

Fort Nelson, Canada, skins taken at, 92.

Fortenier, —, pension for, 142.

Fortescue, Hugh, payment for red deer, 244.

Foster, [John], lieutenant of Marines, arrears of, 380.

-, Richard, landwaiter, Harwich, 178; surveyor, Ipswich port, 106, 178; waiter and searcher, Harwich, 106.

Foulkes (Folkes, Folks, Foukes, Foulk, Foulks, Fowkes), [John], colonel, late regiment of, 312, 314.

-, Martin, chambers in Gray's Inn, 204; fines to be paid by, 382; house in bailiwick of St. James's, 83, 380; houses in Little Queen Street and Newton Street, 90, 359; rents of New River Water, 204; trustee for T. Chiffinch, 365.

Fowey, co. Cornwall, 169; Customs officers, 131; Customs sloop, 129.

Fowkes. See Foulkes.

Fowler, Abraham, petition for stamper's place in the Stamp Office, 126.

Fowles (Fowleys, Fowlys), Sir William, chief searcher, London port, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 415.

Fox, Charles, son of Sir Stephen, Paymaster of the Forces, Ireland, 50, 105, 111, 112, 114, 152, 164, 229, 289; memorial of, 83; petition concerning his removal from office, 8, 114.

-, Sir Stephen, a Lord of the Treasury, 7–96 passim, 104, 109, 114, 377; salary of, 149, 225, 309, 398.
-, concerning Lord Coningsby's warrant as Receiver General, etc., Ireland, 2, 109, 114.
-, debt of P. Archer to, 225.
-, grant of estate of J. Archer, 47, 225, 384.

Foxearth, Foxheard, Foxherd, co. Essex, 424, 425, 426; lands in, 424.

- See also Foxly.

Foxly [? Foxearth], co. Essex, lands in, 424.

Frampton, Tregonwell, payment in lieu of grant of forfeited estates, 79, 374; payments for keeping the running horses, 19, 68, 155, 187; petition of, 88; trustee for. See Watson, W.

France, 150, 349, 388.
-, Ambassadors to. See Bentinck, W., Earl of Portland; Montagu, C., Earl of Manchester; Villiers, E., Earl of Jersey.

messengers attending, 57, 268.

secretaries to. See Prior, M.; Stanyan, A.
-, brandy from, seized, 340.
-, Commissioners, Canada, 92.
-, corn transported to, 307.
-, expedition against the French at Martinique, 235.
-, goods from, brought to entry, 397.
-, duties on. See Index of Subjects—Customs, duties.
-, imported as Italian, 9.
-, seized, 210.
-, smuggling of, 11, 144, 199, 397, 412; sloops to prevent, 129.
-, intelligence procured from, 209.
-, invasion of English territories in America, 329.
-, Irish and French troops transported to, in 1691, 207, 345, 363.
-, lace from, 364, 379, 405.
-, linen from, 199.
-, messengers of the Chamber in, 10, 57, 268.
-, money from, seized, 150.
-, privateers of, ship forced ashore by, 190.
-, Protestant Ministers and Refugees from, annuity for, 136, 180, 408; brandy of, seized, 340; King's charity to, 71, 326; lace of, 405; royal bounty for, 1, 111, 115, 172, 412, 413.
-, Regiments, in Flanders, 324.
-, in Ireland, 320; disbanding of, 63–4, 289, 296, 323–4, 329–30, 390; pensions, 90, 124, 141–3, 158, 181.
-, in Piedmont, 218, 319.
-, on the Rhine, 319.
-, ship from, seized, 405.
-, ships of, destroyed, 388; laden with wool, stopped, 267, 274; made prize, 411.
-, ships taken by, 67, 146, 214, 222.
-, silk from, 325, 349, 367, 379.
-, threatened invasion of Ireland, 263.
-, trade with, by pretended Swedish fleet, 138, 377; in war time, 76; private, 38.
-, war with, 153, 377; prizes taken during, 365.
-, wine from, 76, 121, 379, 397, 405.
-, wine trade with, 349.
-, wool exported to, 208, 216: Act prohibiting, 208.

Francis, Martha, royal bounty for, 202.

Francklyn. See Franklin.

Frankland, Sir Thomas, a Postmaster General, 43, 78, 81, 250.

Franklin (Francklyn, Frankling), Ann, pension to, for Lady Frances Keightley, 377.

-, Christopher, comptroller, Berwick on Tweed, 310.

-, Samuel, Procurator General, 350.

-, Thomas, meadow of, near Chelsea Hospital, 154.

-, -, petition for stamper's place in the Stamp Office, 167.

Frecheville. See Frescheville.

Freeman, John, a messenger of the Chamber, 295.

Freind. See Friend.

Freke, Elizabeth, spinster, burnt lottery tickets, 276.

-, Robert, colonel, query if in the Irish Establishment, 338.

French, Joseph, riding officer, Kent coast, 316.

Frescheville (Frecheville, Fretchville), Lady [Anna Charlotte], petition of, 63, 87.

Freshwell, co. Essex, hundred of, 425.

Fretchville. See Frescheville.

Friend (Freind), Sir John, debts claimed on estate of, 51, 106; share in Phoenix brewhouse, 167, 207; treason committed by, 106, 167.

Friesen (Frize), [Julius Henry], Count de, Envoy Extraordinary, 111, 115, 171, 172.

Fristling Hall, Thurstinghall, in Buttsbury, co. Essex, manor of, 425.

Frize. See Friesen.

Frodingham, Frothingham, co. Lincoln, lands in, 422.

Frogmore Farm. See Windsor.

Frothingham. See Frodingham.

Frowde, Peter, Deputy Clerk of the Pipe, 111, 300.

Fry (Frye), George, a messenger of the Chamber, 41, 395.

-, Thomas, royal bounty for, 202.

Fullerton, Frances, widow of [John], royal bounty for, 312, 337.

-, [John], lieutenant-colonel, killed at Steinkirk, 312, 337.

Furlong, —, captain, disabled sea officer, landcarriage salary [London port] as bounty without attendance, 329.

Furly. See Farley.

Furnace (Furnes, Furnese), Sir Henry, a Receiver of the subscriptions for the Two Millions, 143, 208; remittance for the Household in Holland, 49, 237; a trustee for circulating Exchequer Bills, 149, 281.

Furzer, [George], attends hearing of complaints against F. Dickens, 3, 4, 5, 6.