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'Index of persons and Places: G', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 14: 1698-1699 (1934), pp. 464-468. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=83028 Date accessed: 21 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Gachon, [John], payment to, 172.

Gaddaghanstown, Gedaghanstownbeg, co. Westmeath, 355.

Gainsford Mills. See Guildford.

Galloway. See Galway.

Gally, —, pension for, 142.

-, Joseph, pension for, 142.

Galmoy, co. Kilkenny, barony of, 353.

Galway, county of, forfeited lands in, 265, 276, 333, 334, 351.

Galway, Galloway, co. Galway, 293.
-, Articles for the surrender of, 336.
-, garrison of, 140.
-, Governor of, 140.
-, Ordnance establishment, 140.
-, repairs at, 245.
-, Town major of, 140.

Galway, Earl of. See Ruvigny, H. de M. de.

-, Viscount. See Bourke, U.

Gannel, Gunnell, co. Cornwall, 131.

Gape, —, sheriff, 171.

-, John, junior, surety for T. Richards, petition of, 398.

Garde, — la, pension for, 142.

Gardiner, —, independent lottery carried on by, 396.

-, Thomas, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, 313.

Garret. See Garset.

Garrison, —, pension for, 142.

Garryblenessery, Condons and Clangibbon barony, co. Cork, 335.

Garset (Garret), Thomas, fee farm of the Faulcon in Southwark, 420.

Gartree, co. Lincoln, hundred or wapentake of, 169, 342.

Gastigny, James, pension for, 47, 238.

Gatton, co. Surrey, 419.

Gauden, Benjamin, [landwaiter, London port], 189.

Gaulin, —, pension for, 141.

Gaume, —, pension for, 141.

Gauntlet, John, payment for books etc. for Council Chamber and Office, 239.

Gauteron, —, pension for, 141.

Gawtrewell. See Gokewell.

Gayer, Francis, extraordinary boatman, Plymouth, 131.

Gedaghanstownbeg. See Gaddaghanstown.

Geldermalsen, Seigneur de. See Borssele, A. van.

Gellibrand (Gillibrand), John, petition concerning seized bibles and employment in Customs, 155–6; petition for reward for discovering author etc. of libels, 411.

Geneva, 218.

Genoa, ship from, 105.

Genoa, Republic of, Envoy Extraordinary from. See Justiniani, Signor.

Gent, George, a justice of the peace, Hinckford hundred, co. Essex, 116.

Geoghagan, Hugh McKillagh (McKittag), forfeited lands of, 333, 334.

-, Thomas, forfeited lands of, 333, 334.

George, Prince of Denmark, 372.

Gerard, Charles, 2nd Earl of Macclesfield, regiment of, 414; return of plate, 376.

Germaine (Germain), Sir John, loans by, 134, 294, 350.

Germany, Emperor of, Envoy Extraordinary to. See Sutton, R., Lord Lexinton; peace between, and the Grand Seignior, 154, 271.

Princes of, Envoy to. See Stepney, G.

wines from, 121.

Gestingthorpe, Gesnight, co. Essex, 424.

Gibbard (Gibbar, Guibbar, Guibbert, Guibert, Guybert), Philip, upholsterer, 84; payments to, 86, 367; petition of, 56, 83, 262.

Gibbons (Gibbon), —, complaints against Customs officers, 78; scheme for preventing owling trade, 79.

-, Charles, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, 269.

-, Edward, agent to the Earl of Essex's regiment, 406.

-, Grinling, carver to the Works, 195; building barges, 244.

-, John, Bluemantle Pursuivant, 196.

Gibbs (Gibs), —, keeper, Salcey Forest, 269.

-, Edward, a messenger of the Chamber, 295.

-, Henry, master of the Providence, 64, 66, 67, 278.

-, Thomas, petition for extension of lease of English Combe farm, 305.

Giberne, —, pension for, 142.

Giblet, John, tenant, 326.

Gibs. See Gibbs.

Gibson, John, goods etc. of S. Warner, 203, 332.

-, -, colonel, [commander in Newfoundland], 39, 67, 124, 166, 204.

-, Richard, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, co. Kent, 217, 372.

Gifford, Sir John, troop of, 25.

Gilby, co. Lincoln. See Pilham and Gilby.

Giles, Edward, watchman, London port, 245.

Gilham, Thomas, lost orders registered on wines etc., 246.

Gill (Gyll), —, major, tithes at Greasborough, 176–7.

-, John, waiter and searcher, Poole port, 348.

Gillibrand. See Gellibrand.

Gillingham, Forest of, co. Dorset, 161.

Ginioux, —, pension for, 142.

Ginkel, Baron. See Reede, G. van.

Gird, William, boatman, Beaulieu, 130.

Glamorgan, county of, original seal, post fines and fines pro licentia concordandi, 321, 360; Receiver General of Assessments. See Howells, G.

Glaneskehy, Athenry barony, co. Galway, 334.

Glankean. See Glenquin.

Glanrarabane, Rathconrath barony, co. Westmeath, 334.

Glasgow, Scotland, 190.

Glasmullen, Glassmullin, co. Antrim, 352.

Glasnevin, co. Dublin, Draycots farm in, 354.

Glassmullin. See Glasmullen.

Glaston, co. Rutland, manor of, 422.

Glenarm, co. Antrim, barony of, 352.

Glencor, Belfast or Glenarm barony, co. Antrim, 352.

Glendun, Belfast or Glenarm barony, co. Antrim, 352.

Glenquin, Glankean, co. Clare, 264.

Glentworth, co. Lincoln, lands in, 422.

Gloucester, county of, Justices of, 200.
-, lands and tenements in, 228.
-, mines and quarries, 212.
-, Receiver General of Assessments. See Cox, R.

Gloucester, co. Gloucester, Commissioners of Assessments, 125; Receiver General of Assessments. See Cox, R.

Gloucester, William Duke of, annuity of, 144–5, 225, 310, 398, 410; installation of, at Windsor, 126; treasurer to. See Bathurst, Sir B.

Glover, John, warrant for, 91.

Goddard (Goodard), John, LieutenantGovernor and Commander-inChief of the Bermudas, 194, 206.

-, -, customer, Bristol port, 293.

Godfrey, Charles, colonel, Master of the Jewel House, 136, 138, 152, 185, 216, 229, 240, 243, 314, 322, 324, 362, 383, 385; repair of lodgings, 87, 392.

-, Edward, fees on issues to E. Nicholas, 399.

-, Francis, customer, Lynn Regis port, 152; petition for place in the Customs, 152; surveyor, Newcastle port, 152.

-, Michael, life grant of office of Surveyor of Petty Customs, 125.

Godolphin, Charles, a Commissioner of Customs, 121.

-, Francis, son and heir of Sidney, a Teller of the Receipt, 370, 379, 381.

-, Sidney, Lord Godolphin, 370, 381; Lord Treasurer, 159.

Godwin, Edmund, late sheriff of Essex, 226, 277.

Godyn, William, grant of tenements in Old Windsor, 257.

Goer. See Göhrde.

Göhrde, Goer, Germany, Court at, 143, 144, 146.

Gokewell, Gawtrewell, co. Lincoln, lands in, 422.

Golden, [Thomas], lieutenant of Marines, arrears of, 380.

Gondent. See Goudett.

Goodall, John, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses in general, 290; Surveyor of said Duties, co. Bedford, 298.

Goodard. See Goddard.

Goodeve, William, tidesman, London port, 324.

Goodhams. See Tilbury.

Goodman, Ann, royal bounty for, 202.

-, Thomas, waiter, Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, 130.

Goodsale, Sarah, lost orders registered on wines etc., 246.

Gordon, William, clerk, chaplain for Barbados, 375.

Gorges, —, doctor, petition of, 88.

-, [Richard], adjutant-general, 245.

Gormanstown, Lord. See Preston, J.

Gortaclee, Gorteclee, co. Antrim, 352.

Gortaghragan, Gorteregan, co. Antrim, 352.

Gorteclee. See Gortaclee.

Gorteen, Gortenenaph, Inchiquin barony, co. Clare, 265.

-, Gurtin, Kilcoursey barony, King's County, 354.

Gortenenaph. See Gorteen.

Gorteregan. See Gortaghragan.

Gortgarriffe, Leitrim barony, co. Galway, 351.

Gortmore, Kilconnell barony, co. Galway, 334.

Gortnacross, Gortnecross, co. Galway, 334.

Gosfield, Gosfeild, co. Essex, 425; appeals on Window duties made at, 116.

Goshems, Cashams, in East Tilbury, co. Essex, manor of, 424.

Gosport, co. Southampton, Customs officer, 130; petition of inhabitants of, 9; Sick and Wounded, 10, 123.

Goudett (Gondet), John, merchant, impeached in Parliament, 257; tallies on, 167.

Gough, Bevis, royal bounty for, 202.

-, Sir Henry, distraint for fee farm rents, Staffordshire, 376.

Gould, Sir Henry, a Justice of the Common Pleas, 281; a Justice of the King's Bench, 258; a Serjeant-at-Law, 258.

Gourney, Ann, widow of [Charles], royal bounty for, 247.

-, [Charles], lieutenant, killed at Landen, 247.

Gower, Gover, co. Glamorgan, [lordship of], Commissioners of Assessments, 125.

Goxhill, co. Lincoln, manor of, 368.

Grace, Richard, forfeited lands of, 265.

-, [William], lieutenant of Marines, arrears of, 380.

Grafton, Duchess Dowager of. See FitzRoy, Isabella.

-, Duke of. See FitzRoy, C.

Graghnonagh, Bunratty barony, co. Clare, 264.

Graham, John, shipowner, hire of the ketch Mary, 235.

-, Richard, Viscount Preston, forfeited estates of, 15, 22, 24, 27, 29, 181, 255, 273, 389, 405; receivers of. See Bodinson, —; Rivington, —.

Granaghan, co. Clare, 334.

Granard, co. Longford, barony of, 353.

Grand Seignior. See Turkey.

Grandison, Viscount. See Villiers, G.

Graneley. See Graveley.

Grange Beg, Grangebeg, co. Westmeath, 263.

Granger, —, [a clerk of the Receipt], 2.

Granville (Grenville), Bernard, rent for Mote Park, Windsor, 65, 102, 281; petition for additional rent, 83.

-, John, 7th Earl of Bath, Chief Ranger and Keeper of St. James's Park, 194, 206, 213; Housekeeper at St. James's, 197, 206; return of plate, 376.

Grascomb, Samuel, carrier of seditious pamphlet, apprehended, 153, 173.

Graveley, Graneley, co. Hertford, 423.

Gravemore. See Duyn.

Graves, John de, of London, merchant, hire of the John and William, 302; paper of, seized, 348, 359, 365–6, 367.

Gravesend, co. Kent, commander of Customs sloop. See Nash, H.
-, garrison, 415.
-, Marines' quarters at, 261.
-, searchers at, 38. See also Chiffinch, T.; Chiffinch, W.; Harrison, J.; Hyde, H., Earl of Clarendon; Shaw, W.; Villiers, C.
-, deputy to. See Middleton, R.
-, tilt boat, 327.

Gray. See Grey.

Grayingham. See Gressingham.

Grays, co. Essex, Marines' quarters at, 261.

Greasborough, Greys Brook, co. York, 176–7.

Great Baddow. See Baddow.

Great Billing. See Billing.

Great Burstead. See Burstead.

Great Chesterford. See Chesterford.

Great Dunmow. See Dunmow.

Great Everdon. See Everdon.

Great Maplestead. See Maplestead.

Great Mogul. See India.

Great Munden. See Munden.

Great Preston. See Preston Capes.

Great Sampford. See Sampford.

Great Stow. See Stowe Nine Churches.

Great Wenden. See Wenden.

Great Yarmouth. See Yarmouth.

Greatworth, Gretworth, co. Northampton, 420.

Grebell (Grebel), Thomas, payment for detecting silks, 84.

Green, Hugh, master of the Griffin, 363.

-, Roger, noontender, London port, 228.

-, William, Receiver General of Assessments, co. Stafford, 72, 73, 300, 303.

Greengraves, Green Graves, co. Down, 269.

Greenhill, Henry, bill drawn by, 151.

Greenhoe, South, co. Norfolk, hundred of, 340.

Greenland, whale fin from, 148.

Greens-Norton, Norton, co. Northampton, [hundred of], 421.

Greenwich, co. Kent, Marines' quarters at, 253, 261; tithes of, 406.

-, East, co. Kent, houses conveyed to Charles II, 360; manor of, 154, 406.

Greenwich Hospital, Committee for the fabric of, petition of, 396.
-, ground etc. conveyed to, 360; relinquished to, 91.
-, offices and other conveniencies of, enlarging of, 396.
-, trustees for, 360.

Greenwich Palace, housekeeper and wardrobe-keeper of, 96.

Greenwich Park, disbursements in, 192, 200.

Keeper of. See Sackville, C., Earl of Dorset; Sydney, H., Earl of Romney.
-, keepers' wages, 192, 200.

Greenwood, Nicholas, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, co. Kent, 217, 235.

Greetham. See Cottesmore Greetham.

Greeting, Joyce, royal bounty for, 202.

Gregg, [Benjamin], a serjeant-at-arms, 197, 205.

-, Hugh, Resident at the Court of Denmark, 118, 171, 344; Resident at the Court of Sweden, 344.

Gregory, Nathan, informations against, 277.

-, Richard, keeper of the Register of Loans, 310.

Grenville. See Granville.

Gresham. See Cottesmore Greetham.

Gressingham Sabatis [? Grayingham], co. Lincoln, lands in, 422.

Gressingham Veneris [? Grayingham], co. Lincoln, lands in, 422.

Gretton, Alexander, collector of Assessments, 418.

Gretworth. See Greatworth.

Grey (Gray), —, 25.

-, -, tenant, 154.

-, Ford, Earl of Tankerville, a Lord of the Treasury, 91–99 passim, 377, 398.

-, Ralph, Auditor of Crown land revenues, Wales, 101, 307.

-, -, Governor of Barbados, 203.

-, William, waiter, Berwick port, 155.

Greys Brook. See Greasborough.

Grice, Samuel, a messenger in extra of the Chamber, 41.

Griffin, Edward, Lord Griffin, Treasurer of the Chamber to James II, accounts of, 292; annuity in lieu of salary, etc., 292; stay of process, 62, 285.

Griffith, David, messenger of the Duchy of Cornwall, petition for stamper's place in the Stamp Office, 190.

-, William, collector, Sligo, 215.

Griggs Farm. See Rogate.

Grimes, —, lieutenant-colonel, killed at Walcourt, 246.

-, Egidia, widow, royal bounty for, 246.

Grimsbury, Grimesbury, co. Northampton, 420.

Grimsby, co. Lincoln, Customs sloop, 129.

Grimshoe, Grimsho, co. Norfolk, hundred of, 340.

Grinstead, Grimsted, East, co. Sussex, borough of, 427.

Grisons, The. See Switzerland.

Grixton. See Brixton.

Grosvenor, Richard, lease of mines, co. Flint, 283, 360.

Grove (Grover), John, master plasterer to the Works, 195.

-, Robert, doctor, bishop of Chichester, petition of widow of, 90.

Gueldermansel, Seigneur de. See Borssele, A. van.

Guerard, Peter Jacob, collector of Customs, Charleston, South Carolina, 338.

Guernsey, Gurnsey, island of, garrison of, 349, 415.
-, inhabitants, loans by, 349.
-, prisoners of war in, agent for. See Brownjohn, [R.]
-, prizes condemned in, 123.
-, public monies and revenue, misapplications and embezzlements of, 349.
-, regiment of Fusiliers in, 74, 76, 82, 89, 94, 328, 336, 356, 372, 384, 393, 414, 416.

Guibbar, Guibbert, Guibert. See Gibbard.

Guildford, co. Surrey, Gainsford Mills in, 420.

Guillermin, —, pension for, 142.

Guilt Cross, Guiltcross, co. Norfolk, hundred of, 340.

Guinea, export of worsted crewel to, 278; ship from, seized, 110.

Gummins, Thomas, royal bounty for, 202.

Gunane [? Tawnylaheen], co. Mayo, 352.

Gunnell. See Gannel.

Guppy, Jonathan, boatman, Exmouth, 160; tidesman and boatman, Brixham, 160.

-, Thomas, boatman, Salcombe, 245.

Gurnsey. See Guernsey.

Gurtin. See Gorteen.

Guy, —, pension for, 142.

Guybert. See Gibbard.

Guyon, —, pension for, 142.

-, -, lieutenant, killed in Flanders, 247.

-, [Ann], widow, royal bounty for, 247.

Gwillims (Gwillim, Gwyllym), Isabella, royal bounty for, 202.

-, Meredith, lieutenant-colonel, arrears of, 53, 251; petition of, 224.

Gwyn (Gwin, Gwynn, Gwynne), Daniel, late agent for the pacquet boats, Falmouth, 77, 81, 338: collector, Falmouth port, 348.

-, Eleanor, mother of Charles Beauclerk, Duke of St. Albans, grant of the duty on logwood, 83, 360; trustee for. See Wilmot, J., Earl of Rochester.

-, Sir R., seizures delivered to, 46.

-, Richard, customer, Cardiff port, 361.

-, Richard Richard, customer, Cardiff port, 361.

-, William, lease of manor of Old and New Windsor, 307.

Gyll. See Gill.