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'Index of persons and Places: M', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 14: 1698-1699 (1934), pp. 490-495. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=83032 Date accessed: 30 October 2014.


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Macartie. See MacCarthy.

McBridge, John, Presbyterian minister, Northern Ireland, 375.

MacCarthy (Carthy, Macartie), Charles, of Carrignavar, forfeited lands of, 351, 353.

-, Donogh McFinin, forfeited lands of, 265.

-, Lady Helen, wife of Count Ferrassieres, former wife of H. Colville, jointure estate of, 269, 350–1.

Macclesfield, Earl of. See Gerard, C.

MacDaniel. See Daniell.

MacDonnell (Macdonnel, McDonnel, McDonnell), Lady —, petition of, 88.

-, Alexander, Earl of Antrim, lands leased from, 352.

-, Charles, forfeited lands of, 333, 335.

-, Sir James, forfeited lands of, 264, 351, 353.

-, Randal, Marquess of Antrim, lands leased from, 264; quit rent of, 94.

Macgraph. See Magrath.

Machado, [Antonio Alvarez de], Army contractor, 60, 209.

Mackenzie (Mackensie, Makenzies), [Alexander], lieutenant-colonel, 254, 337.

-, Frances, widow of [Alexander], royal bounty for, 54, 254, 337.

Mackraken, Elizabeth, widow of [James], royal bounty for, 246.

-, [James], captain, killed at Steinkirk, 246.

Macky, John, agent for the pacquet boats, Dover, 404.

McNemara (McNemare), Donogh, forfeited lands of, 264.

-, Florence, forfeited lands of, 264.

Madagascar, Commissioners going to, 46.
-, See also Hayes, I.
-, ship from, seized, 8.

Madden, Fergus, mortgage to, 334.

Maddin, Bazell, forfeited lands of, 333, 334.

Maddox, —, accounts of Sir E. Seymour, 23.

Madge, Elizabeth, royal bounty for, 202.

Magen, Thomas, judgment to, 334.

Maggott (Meggott), Sir George, et al., duty on beer consumed in fire, 112, 168.

Magherycoleranaghicar. See Carrowrooleranagh.

Magnan, —, pension for, 142.

Magrath (Macgraph), Sir John, kept in custody, 42.

Maidstone, co. Kent, Marines' quarters at, 47, 230, 239.

Mainly. See Manby.

Mainwaring. See Manwaring.

Major, William, apprehending and convicting highwaymen, 166.

Makenzies. See Mackenzie.

Malcome, John, Presbyterian minister, Northern Ireland, 375.

Mallet, —, regiment of, 218.

Mallock, Frances, widow of Roger, petition of, 175–6.

-, Rawlin, failure of, 175.

-, Roger, late collector of Excise, cos. Devon and Somerset, debt of, 175–6.

Mallow, co. Cork, town and liberties of, forfeited lands in, 353.

-, in Mallow Town and Liberties, co. Cork, 353.

Malone, Ja., mortgage to, 335.

Man, Isle of, 143; poor ministers of, pension for, 219, 227, 409; troop at, 348.

Manby, Mainly, co. Lincoln, lands in, 422.

Manchester, co. Lancaster, 336; Assizes at, 181.

Manchester, Earl of. See Montagu, C.; Montagu, H.

Mancini, Hortense, Duchess of Mazarin, pension of, 137, 160, 177.

Manhood, Manwood, co. Sussex, hundred of, 427.

Manley, co. Lincoln, wapentake of, 342.

Manley, Isaac, royal bounty for, 77, 349.

Mann, Edward, collector, Newhaven port, 245.

Mannaton, Henry, petition for grant of coppices etc. in Hellesbury and Lanteglos Parks, 325.

Mansell, Ann, and her sister, royal bounty for, 202.

Manwaring (Mainwaring), Sir John, surety for M. Whitley, 384.

Manwood. See Manhood.

Maplestead, Maplested, co. Essex, 424, 425.

-, Great, co. Essex, 425.

Mar. See Lamar.

Marazion, co. Cornwall, 131.

Marconay, —, pension for, 142.

Mardale. See Warsdale.

Mardleybury, Maudlinbury, [in Welwyn], co. Hertford, tenement called, 423.

Maries, Charles, a messenger of the Chamber, 295.

Mariscoe (Marisco), Peter, a messenger of the Chamber, 42, 295.

Marlborough, Countess Dowager of. See Ley, Margaret.

-, Earl of. See Ley, W.

Marriott (Marriot, Maryot), Reginald, rents of Lord Preston's Cumberland estate, 27, 29, 181.

-, [Richard, Deputy Auditor of Crown Lands], 67, 73, 91, 92, 307, 376.

-, Thomas, clerk of the Pleas in the Exchequer Court, 198, 205.

Marris, Jenkin, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, 346.

Marseilles, France, 105.

Marsh, Epaphroditus, outlawed for debt, lands of, 170, 212.

-, Henry, 212.

-, Narcissus, 212.

-, -, Archbishop of Dublin, a Lord Justice of Ireland, 414; royal bounty for, 378.

-, Stephen, waiter and searcher, Newport, Isle of Wight, 130.

Marshall, —, student, Oxford University, annuity for, 417.

-, James, administrator to C. Yelverton, petition of, 168.

-, John, King's waiter, London port, 173.

-, Margaret, royal bounty for, 202.

-, Simon, comptroller, Chester port, 415.

Martin, James, house in Francis Street, Dublin, 264.

-, Joseph, a Receiver of the subscriptions for the Two Millions, 143.

Martinique, Martinico, expedition against, 235; officers killed at, 246.

Marton, Count de. See Rochefoucauld, F. W. de Roye de la.

Mary II, Queen of England, wife of William III, bounties, etc. of, list of, 301; paymaster of. See Nicholas, E.
-, charities of, 45, 56, 266.
-, family of, 266.
-, grant of annuity to Lady Kenmare, 297; of annuity to Presbyterian ministers, Northern Ireland, 375.
-, issues for service of, 165, 266, 410.
-, Maids of Honour to. See Berkeley, Lady Jane; Berkeley, Lady Mary; May, Elenora.
-, pensions of, 301, 410; list of, 45, 66.
-, salaries, list of, 66.
-, servants etc. of, allowances etc., 56, 143, 165, 266, 410; establishment for, 45.
-, Treasurer to. See Nicholas, E.

Maryland, 402.
-, advice boat for, 103, 416.
-, arms for, 184.
-, Assembly of, 182, 183.
-, bibles for, 382.
-, bridewells etc., building of, 182.
-, chaplains for, 170. See also Colliere, —; Owen, —; Thursby, —.
-, common prayer books for, 382.
-, Court houses, building of, 182.
-, courts of, 183–4.
-, Customs officers lately settled in, 184.
-, duties, 182, 183, 184; bonds for, 183–4; collectors of, 183. See also Plater, —; treasurers of, 183.
-, European commodities, duty on, 183.
-, free schools, building and maintenance of, 182, 183.
-, furs, duty on, 183.
-, Governor of, 183, 184; annual present to, 183. See also Blakiston, [N.]; Nicholson, [F.]
-, liquors, duty on, 182.
-, negroes, duty on, 183.
-, Patuxent River, eastern shore, revenues of, 182–3; treasurer of, 183.
-, Potomac River district, 184.
-, provisions, duty on, 183.
-, revenues of, 126, 182, 183, 184.
-, Secretary for. See Lawrence, Sir T.
-, ships to and from, 103, 184, 416; bonds from masters, 184.
-, tobacco, duty on, 183, 184.
-, white servants, duty on, 183.
-, See also Annapolis.

Maryot. See Marriott.

Mason, —, agent to Col. J. Vaughan, 20.

-, Charles, Comptroller of the Mint, 294.

-, Hugh, Customs officer, 318.

-, John, Receiver General of Assessments, co. Cambridge and Isle of Ely, 74, 82, 302, 328; sureties of, 82, 382. See also Apprice, R.; Conyers, Sir J.; Ferrer, J.; Pickering, J.; Williams, —.

-, Richard, sheriff of Norfolk, 271.

-, William, tidesman and boatman, Brixham, 130.

Massachusetts Bay, Governor of. See Coote, R., Earl of Bellomont; Lieutenant-Governor of. See Stoughton, [W.]; provisions for Benbow's squadron, 203.

Massereene, Massareene, co. Antrim, barony of, 352.

Massereene, Viscount. See Skeffington, C.

Massey, William, collector of Plantation Duties, Port Lewis, Pennsylvania, 169.

Massinger, John, tidesurveyor, Harwich, 318.

Massue. See Ruvigny.

Mathews. See Matthews.

Matsen, —, clerk to J. Pye, 234.

Matthews (Mathews), Benjamin, of Daventry, Receiver General of Assessments, cos. Northampton and Rutland, 161, 201, 303, 341.

-, Edward, colonel of the Royal Regiment of Dragoons, 240.

-, Thomas, Receiver General of Assessments, cos. Brecon, Hereford and Radnor, 82, 302.

-, William, petition to be joined with T. Burridge in receivership for co. Devon, 331.

Maudit, Peers, Windsor Herald, 196.

Maudlinbury. See Mardleybury.

Maugere, — la, pension for, 142.

Maurice, Francis, grant of rectory of Old and New Windsor, 215.

Mawson, Charles, Chester Herald, 196.

May, Charles, 214.

-, Edward, 143.

-, Elenora, wife of Charles, late maid of honour to the late Queen Mary, marriage portion of, 12, 98, 128, 143, 214, 227, 396; house rent of, 98, 410; royal bounty for, 143.

-, Patrick, noli prosequi to information against his ship, 336.

-, William, petition concerning discovery of pretended Spanish ship, 411.

Maynard, —, serjeant, opinion on office of chief searcher, London port, 37, 38.

Mayo, county of, forfeited lands in, 276, 333, 351, 352.

Mazarin, Duchess of. See Mancini, Hortense.

Meath, county of, estate in, 144; forfeited lands in, 225, 351, 354.

Meath, Earl of. See Brabazon, E.

Medcalf, —, Army clothing, 25.

Medina (Modina), — de, memorial of, 60.

-, Moses de, loan by, 133.

-, Solomon de, loan by, 133.

Medington. See Widdington.

Mediterranean, prize taken in, 286; squadron in, 320.

Meeson [? Messingham], co. Lincoln, lands in, 422.

Meggott. See Maggott.

Mein, Charles, examiner of Quarter Books, 348.

Melcombe Regis, co. Dorset, Sick and Wounded at, 340; victuallers of, petition of, 340.

Meloniere (Melioner), [Isaac de] la, majorgeneral, regiment of, 8, 63, 174, 296, 323–4.

Menard, —, doctor, chaplain attending the King to Holland, 272.

Mercier, —, pension for, 141.

-, -, pension for, 142.

-, -, junior, pension for, 142.

Mereden. See Morden.

Meredith, Richard, customer, Chester port, 357.

Merein. See Morein.

Merioneth, county of, assessments and duties, 126–7; Member of Parliament for. See Nanney, [H.]; Receiver General of Assessments. See Austin, T.

Merrett (Merret), Christopher, surveyor, Boston port, 167, 318; surveyor, Chester, 167.

Merrick, John, waiter and searcher, Fareham, 130.

Merston, John, fee farm rent, Horton, 420.

Meskell, David, mortgage to, 354.

Messina, Sicily, export of bell to, 321.

Messingham. See Meeson.

Mestre, —, pension for, 142.

Methuen (Methwyn), John, Lord Chancellor of Ireland, proposal for a Mint in Ireland, 1, 107; Speaker of the House of Lords, Ireland, royal bounty to, 308.

-, Paul, Envoy to the King of Portugal, 119, 171, 344.

Mevagissey, co. Cornwall, 131.

Mevis. See Nevis.

Michelburne (Mitchelburn), [John], colonel, late regiment of, 275.

Michell. See Mitchell.

Mickleham, Mickham, co. Surrey, 420.

Middle Park. See Hampton Court.

Middlesex, county of, Auditor of Crown land revenues, 382. See also Sexy, —.
-, Justice of the Peace. See Bohun, G.
-, Receiver General of Assessments. See Cuddon, Sir T.; Duncomb, C.
-, Receiver General of Crown land revenues, 382.
-, Receiver General of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, 309. See also Cuddon, Sir T.
-, Sheriffs of, 54, 170.
-, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses. See Wheeler, W.

Middlesex, Earl of. See Sackville, C.

Middlethird, co. Tipperary, barony of, 354.

Middleton, co. Essex, 424.

Middleton (Midleton), Philip, 52; reward for discovering piracies, 164, 229.

-, Richard, deputy searcher, Gravesend, 106, 387.

-, Walter, customer, Milford port, 282.

-, William, payment to, 53.

Milan, Italy, 218.

Milclody, Massereene barony, co. Antrim, 352.

Mildenhall, co. Suffolk, hundred of, 341.

Mileham, co. Norfolk, 271.

Miles, Fra., cardboard maker, 5.

-, Nicholas, export of wool, 269.

Milford Haven, co. Pembroke, 129.

customer of. See Kent, J., junior; Middleton, W.

Millard (Millerd), Henry, Customs officer, 148.

-, Richard, Customs sloop commander, 129.

Miller, John, payment for taking subscriptions for enlarging the stock of the Bank of England, 387.

-, Matthew, highwayman, arrested, 408.

-, Matthias, comptroller, Carlisle port, 312.

-, Richard, customer of the Cloth Office, London port, 231.

Millerd. See Millard.

Millery, —, pension for, 142.

Mill Field. See Windsor Little Park.

Mill Mead. See Windsor Little Park.

Millfield. See Windsor Little Park.

Millkirke, co. Cumberland, lands in, 256.

Millom, co. Cumberland, schoolmaster of, pension of, 256.

Mills, Jone, royal bounty for, 202.

Milltown, Miltoran, Ballintober barony, co. Roscommon, 351.

Milton, co. Northampton, 420.

Miltoran. See Milltown.

Minehead, co. Somerset, 160.

Minshull, Francis, et al., petition for value of the Burlington, 214.

Miremont, Marquis de, [Armand de Bourbon], petition for grant of lands in Sutton, etc., 364; regiment of, 75, 218, 296, 319.

Miskin, Misk, co. Glamorgan, hundred of, Commissioners of Assessments, 125.

Mitcham, co. Surrey, 419.

-, East, co. Surrey, 419.

Mitchel. See Mitchell.

Mitchelburn. See Michelburne.

Mitchell (Michell, Mitchel), Sir David, Gentleman Usher Black Rod, 317; a Lord of the Admiralty, 412.

-, Humphrey, grant of tenements in Old Windsor, 257.

-, John, captain, late commander of the St. Paul, gratuity for procuring condemnation of pretended Swedish fleet, 63, 90, 302, 377.

-, -, lease of lands and tenements, Windsor, 132, 215, 230, 257, 317, 358.

-, -, reward for discovering counterfeiters, 176, 205.

-, -, father of John, land in Mill Field, Windsor, purchased by, 317.

-, Mary, royal bounty for, 202.

-, Sir Michael, mortgage to, 351.

-, Robert, payment for stationery, 59, 280.

Mitford, co. Norfolk, hundred of, 340.

Modina. See Medina.

Mohun, Mary, petition of, 71.

Moking. See Mucking.

Molineux, Caryll, Lord Molineux, et al., prosecuted for high treason, 181.

-, Thomas, Comptroller of the Mint, 294.

Molton. See Moulton.

Mompesson, Sir Thomas, a late Commissioner for the Privy Seal, 153.

Monethpaken, in Llanelltyd, co. Merioneth, mountain of, 320.

Moneyvart, Monyvert, co. Antrim, 352.

Monings, William, landwaiter, London port, 402.

Monmouth, county of, assessments, 276; Receiver General of Assessments. See Doyley, T.; Williams, C.

Monmouth, Earl of. See Mordaunt, C.

Montagu (Montague), Charles, 4th Earl of Manchester, Ambassador Extraordinary to Venice, 69, 117, 171, 313.
-, Ambassador to France, 309, 343; plate for, 362.
-, concerning office of collector outwards, London port, 43, 44.
-, gondola imported by, 17, 146.
-, return of plate, 376.
-, royal bounty for, 90, 371.

-, -, Chancellor of the Exchequer, 225, 309; a Lord of the Treasury, 30, 58, 93, 95, 97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 108, 149, 225, 309, 377, 398.

-, Christopher, Auditor of the Receipt, 2, 7, 39, 108, 109, 121, 138, 176, 233, 240, 248, 272, 315, 364, 399.

-, Dean, merchant, customs of wine, 160.

-, Edward, Earl of Sandwich, return of plate, 376.

-, Henry, Earl of Manchester, a former Lord Privy Seal, 361.

-, Ralph, 3rd Earl of Montagu, Master of the Great Wardrobe, 31, 38, 83, 138, 157, 181, 192, 193, 207, 212, 216, 223, 239, 252, 259, 262, 268, 270, 280, 285, 293, 319, 323, 327, 330, 340, 356, 362, 367, 370, 378, 385, 390, 392, 400; return of plate, 376.

-, -, grant of demesnes of Gillingham Forest, 160–1.

-, S., secret service payment, 53.

Montauban, —, regiment of, 218.

Montaud, —, pension for, 142.

-, Anne de, pension for, 142.

-, Silvie de, pension for, 142.

Monte, Humphrey de, serjeantcy of, 421.

Monteage, Dean, Accomptant General of Excise, 234; [Comptroller of Excise], 99, 234.

Montgaud, —, pension for, 142.

Montgomery, county of, Commissioners of Assessments, 135; Receiver General of Assessments. See Austin, T.

Montgomery, Earl of. See Herbert, T.

Montgomery, Sir James, escape of, 164.

Montroy, —, pension for, 142.

Monyvert. See Moneyvart.

Moody (Moodie), Ann, royal bounty for, 202.

-, [James], clerk to T. Done, 48, 49.

-, James, captain, bills drawn by, 303; prize ships, 62, 182, 286.

Moone, co. Kildare, manor of, 373.

Moore (Moor, More), —, 38.

-, -, captain, pretensions to lands at Windsor, 156.

-, -, quarter-master, killed at Steinkirk, 248.

-, Gabriel, annuity for loan by, 119.

-, Helen, widow, royal bounty for, 248.

-, Horatio, grant of new Tennis Court, 204; Master of the Tennis Courts, 204, 208.

-, John, Customs sloop commander, Ilfracombe, 397.

-, -, smith, 259.

Mordaunt (Mordant, Mordent), Carey, Countess of Peterborough, return of plate, 376.

-, Charles, 3rd Earl of Peterborough, and Earl of Monmouth, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 193, 205; return of plate, 376.

-, Henry, colonel, 102; late Foot regiment of, 220; Marine regiment of, 1, 2, 105, 220, 270, 287.

-, -, Treasurer and Paymaster of the Ordnance, 92, 96, 99, 370, 397, 413, 416, 417.

Morden, Mereden, co. Surrey, 419.

Morden, Sir John, [a Commissioner of Excise], 152; grant of manor of Old Court and Sedgwick Park, 360, 382, 406; hospital for decayed merchants, 360, 406; petition of, 83.

Mordent. See Mordaunt.

More. See Moore.

Moreau, [Daniel], Customs officer, 340.

Morein (Merein), William, petition for return of seized money, 150.

Moreton. See Moreton Morrell; Morton.

Moreton, John, loan by, 133.

-, William, bishop of Kildare, petition of, 88.

Moreton Morrell, Moreton, co. Warwick, 186.

Morgan, —, Alienation accounts, 102.

Morlaix, Morlaux, France, goods from, brought to entry, 397; ship and goods from, seized, 210–1.

Morris, David, landwaiter, Liverpool port, 229.

-, John, loan from, 166.

-, Richard, [a messenger of the Chamber], 42; payment for apprehending Challoner, 21, 159, 169.

-, Thomas, first English servant employed by William III, petition for riding surveyor's place, 149.

Morrison, —, captain, killed before Limerick, 312, 337.

-, Isabella, widow, royal bounty for, 312, 337.

-, Margaret, royal bounty for, 202.

Morse, John, petition for landwaiter's place, 228.

Morton, Moreton, co. Lincoln, lands in, 422.

Morton-Pinkney, Morton Pinkny, co. Northampton, 421.

Moss, Samuel, stock-holder in the General Company trading to the East Indies, 166.

Mote. See Alphamstone.

Mote Park. See Windsor Mote Park.

Mothe, — la, pension for, 142.

-, -, pension for, 142.

-, Iac. la, pension for, 142.

Mottram, [John], captain, killed at Martinique, 246.

-, Lucy, widow of [John], royal bounty for, 246.

Moules, Benjamin, caveat against grant of recognizance for E. Southwarke, 339; house next the White Lion, Whitechapel, 339.

Moulin, — la, pension for, 142.

Moult, George, grant of seized paper, 83, 359, 365, 367.

Moulton, Molton, co. Northampton, 420.

-, co. York, lands in, 426; tithes, 426.

Mountjoy, Lord. See Stewart, W.

Mountrath, Earl of. See Coote, C.

Mountstephens, John, et al., sureties for H. Carew, 349, 392.

Mouse, Elizabeth, widow of [William], royal bounty for, 312, 337.

-, [William], lieutenant, killed at Limerick, 312, 337.

Moyle, Sir Walter, [a Commissioner of Assessments], co. Cornwall, 135.

Mucking, Moking, co. Essex, Selborne Hall in, 424.

Mulcaster, —, servant to J. Busfield, 18.

Mulgrave, Earl of. See Sheffield, J.

Mullady, Hugh, forfeited estate of, 373, 374.

-, Redmond, forfeited estate of, 373, 374.

Mullingar, [co. Westmeath], 354.

Mullion, co. Cornwall, 131.

Munden, Great, Munden Funnell, co. Hertford, 423.

-, Little, Munden Freeton, Munden Frevill, co. Hertford, 423.

Munnell, James, pedlar, petition of, 214.

Munslow, co. Salop, hundred of, 104.

Murphy, Bryanbawne, forfeited lands of, 263.

Murray, Sir Robert, a Commissioner for Prizes, 67.

Murrogh, Andr., forfeited lands of, 351, 354.

Muschamp, Agmondesham, fee farm rent, Rowbarnes, 419.

Muscovy. See Russia.

Musson, John, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, 305.

Mustians Farm. See Eton.

Mutford and Lothingland, co. Suffolk, hundred of, 341.