Index of Persons and Places
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'Index of Persons and Places: D', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 21: 1706-1707 (1952), pp. 556-560. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90498 Date accessed: 02 September 2014.


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Dacres, Thomas, and Eliz. his wife, petition of, fee farm rent out of Winchester Castle, 148.

Da Cunha. See Cunha.

Daeth, Thomas, executor of Arthur Barnardiston, 299.

Dagos, Jean, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 72.

Dale. See Milford.

Dalrymple, David, [a Scottish Commissioner for the Union], 29, 366, 367;

his majesty's Solicitor in Scotland, 428.

-, George, assistant to the Customs and Excise solicitors in Scotland, 43, 400, 403, 453, 454.

-, William, of Glenmuir, letter to, 352.

Dalterac, Jaques, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 72.

Dampier, William, landcarriageman, London port, 146.

Danby, Earl of. See Osborne, T.

Daniel (Daniell), Alexander, deputy searcher, Bristol, exchanged to coastwaiter, London port, 147 bis;

deceased, 459.

Danroche, Charles, ensign, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 72.

Danthorpe, Danthorp, co. York, manor, 181.

Dantzig, Dantzic, 80, 95.

Danvers, Beata, a Woman of the Bedchamber, 61.

Darkin. See Dorking.

Darling, Thomas, assistant to the deputy postmaster of Newmarket, 343.

Dartiquenave, Charles, Paymaster of the Works, 10, 82, 128, 133, 142, 143, 186, 252, 365, 448, 455, 489, 499, 503.

Dartmouth, co. Devon, 199, 450, 519.

Agent for Prizes and Perquisites of Admiralty at. See Newman, T.;

Norman, —;

Terry, N.

Corporation, perpetuity granted to by Henry VII, 165, 375, 419.

merchants of, petition of, 519.

Dartmouth, Lord. See Legge, W.

Darzilier, Darziliers, D'Arziliers. See Arziliers.

Dashwood, Sir Francis, baronetcy fee, 437.

Das Minas. See Minas.

Dassell, Samuel, petition of, 479.

Datchet, co. Buckingham, 133;

bridge, way or road to Windsor from, repair of, 42, 414.

Dautevil, Florence, captain, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 70.

Davenant, [Charles], Dr. [LL.D. Inspector General of exports and imports], trade with Germany etc., 511.

-, Henry, Secretary at Frankfurt, 68, 162, 304, 413, 475.

Davenport, Henry, waiter and searcher at Bankfield in Liverpool, deceased, 189.

Davidson, Henr., master of the James, 415.

Davies, (Davis), Edward, grant of the moiety of the town of Kilkennis to, 67.

-, -, tidewaiter on the river Clyde, 515.

-, [John], lieutenant in the Marine regiment of the Marquess of Carmarthen, 153.

-, Philip, merchant, petition for employment in the Customs, 229.

-, Richard, a surety for T. Tomkins, 138.

-, Thomas, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Salop, 101.

-, William, apothecary, payment to, 221.

Davis. See Davies.

Davison, John, et al., lease of marsh lands cos. Lincoln and Norfolk, 295.

Davy, Nicho., Agent for Prizes at Falmouth, petition of, 306–7.

Dawes, Philip, captain, assignment of a Navy bill, 514.

Dawney, Bryan, examiner of the Outports books, deputy Customer at Liverpool, 100.

Dawson, John, a Page of the Presence, 440.

-, -, boatman at Brighton, 495;

boatman at Shoreham, 480.

-, Joshua, clerk or keeper of the Paper Office in Ireland, additional salary, 117.

-, Thomas, vicar of New Windsor, petition of, 361.

Day, Samuel, son of Sir Thomas, Lieutenant Governor and Commander in Chief of Bermudas, house built by, 216, 398;

arrears of salary, 216–7.

-, Sir Thomas, of Bristol, petition of, 216–7, 398.

Dayrolle (D'Ayrolle), James, Resident at the Hague, 141, 158, 475.

D' Bourbon. See Bourbon.

Deal, co. Kent, port, boatman in. See Brown, G.;

Christoson, N.;

Horne, W.;

Williams, J.

De Alizier. See Alizier.

Dean, Forest of, Conservator of. See Mordaunt, Henry.

freeholders and landholders in, petition of, 148, 318.

keepers of, six, issues for, 62, 375.

timber in, increase and preservation of, Act of 19–20 Charles II, c.8. for the, 148.

wood sales in, 149.

Debette, Pierre, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 72.

De Cardonell. See Cardonnell.

De Comberose. See Comberose.

De Critz. See Critz.

Dee, river, 322.

Dee, John, Receiver General for Land Tax 1707 for part of co. Sussex, 184.

Deering. See Dering.

De Fonjuliane. See Fontjuliane.

De Fontalba. See Fontalba.

Defour, Paul, orders of loan assigned to, 481.

De Fuen Calada. See Fuen Calada.

De la Callemonte. See Callemote.

De Laigle. See Laigle.

De la Melonière. See Melonière.

De la Prade. See Prade.

De la Rose. See Rose.

De Lause. See Lause.

De Laval. See Laval.

Delaval, (Delavall), —, 27.

-, George, captain, Envoy Extraordinary to the Emperor of Fez and Morocco, Tafilet and Sus, etc., 245, 273, 329, 425.

De Matucot. See Matvyeev.

De Medina. See Medina.

De Miremont. See Miremont.

De Munet. See Munet.

Denbigh, county of, Receiver General for Land Tax 1707. See Lloyd, T.

second justice of. See Lovell, Sir S.;

Pocklington, J.

Surveyor of duties on Houses. See Meredith, J.

Denham, Thomas, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Durham, 101;

deceased, 430.

Denmark, Court of, Chancery servants of, gifts to, 319;

coach hire to follow the, 318;

Resident at. See Vernon, C.

Danish Envoy, letter from, 59, 429, 476.

Danish ships, 59, 476.

Danish forces, 384, 388, 391.

King of, 488.

Ambassador Extraordinary to. See Pulteney, D.;

Vernon, J.

Envoy Extraordinary to. See Vernon, J.

naval stores supplied by, 3, 82.

subsidy for, 77, 107, 160, 178, 180, 218, 317, 436, 510.

treaties with, 77, 178, 179, 180.

Prince Charles of, brother to the King of, payment to on quitting his pretensions to the bishopric of Eutin, 488.

Prince of. See George.

Deptford, co. Kent, Navy yard, 403, 518.

Derbie. See Derby.

Derby, county of, Auditor of crown revenues for. See Godolphin, S.

Receiver General for Land Tax 1707. See Bradshaw, S.

Surveyor of duties on Houses. See Hand, T.;

Nevill, D.

Derby, Earl of. See Stanley, J.

Derby (Derbie), —, captain, commander of the Custom House smack, 315, 319.

-, Benjamin, Receiver General for Land Tax 1707 co. Dorset and town of Poole, 183.

-, John, Receiver General for Land Tax 1707 co. Dorset and town of Poole, 183.

Dering (Deering), [Sir Edward], colonel, [foot] regiment of, 123, 124.

De Sabeville. See Sabeville.

Desbordes, [James], lieutenant in the second Marine regiment, executors of, payment to, 287.

Desford, co. Leicester, 226.

De Suazo. See Suazo.

Devereux, Robert, 19th Earl of Essex, warden, chief forester etc. of Salcey Forest, 190.

Devon, county of, Auditor of crown revenues in. See Jett, T.

frauds in collecting taxes in, 284.

outlaws' lands in, 359.

Receiver General for Land Tax 1707. See Burridge, S.;

Quash, J.

Surveyor of duties on Houses. See Cowper, J.;

Weston, J.

Devonshire, Duke of. See Cavendish, W.

Dewey, Benjamin, Surveyor, waiter and searcher at Ipswich, deceased, 439.

D' Guiscard. See Guiscard.

Dicconson. See Dickenson.

Dicke, Joseph, boatman at Lymington, 146.

Dickenson, (Dicconson), George, agent at Plymouth for Sick and Wounded, executors of, payment to, 66, 155.

-, William, outlawed for treason, lands of, 343, 511.

-, -, payment to for drawing etc. at Convocation House, 253.

Dickson, John, merchant, professor of bookkeeping, bookkeeper to the town of Edinburgh, 359.

Diggs, Dudley, [a member of the Council of Virginia], 201.

-, Richard, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Gloucester, 102.

Dilk. See Dilkes.

Dilkes (Dilk), [Sir Thomas], admiral, squadron of, 340.

Dinant [? Dinan in Brittany], 75.

Dingley, co. Northampton, manor, 434–5.

Dinkley. See Vinkly.

Diplock, John, mariner, reward to, 224.

Dirchson, Math., royal bounty to, 451.

Dirkiz, Mathysz, a poor seaman, petition of, 403.

Dixon, George, Receiver General of Taxes co. Somerset and city of Bristol, 121, 183;

incapable of executing his office, 524, 526.

-, [John], lieutenant in the Marine regiment of the Marquess of Carmarthen, executors of, payment to, 287.

-, Richard, a security of Thomas Santer, 225.

-, Sir Robert, a Commissioner of Customs for Scotland, 259, 287, 367.

Dobree, John, Agent for Prizes at Guernsey, 159.

Dobson, Ja., warehousekeeper of London port, report by, 370.

-, Thomas, master of the Robert and James, 214.

Dodd (Dod), —, counsel, 21, 32.

-, John, Receiver of the Rights or Droits and Perquisites of Admiralty, 31, 72, 94, 108, 114, 169, 229, 285, 290, 294, 311, 344, 405, 412, 421.

Dodington, George, contract for Army clothing, 191, 237–8.

-, -, loans to the Emperor of Germany, 110.

-, -, paymaster or cashier to the Earl of Orford, 31, 278, 292, 298.

Doidge, John, landwaiter, Plymouth port, 268.

Dolben. See Dolbin.

Dolbin (Dolben), John, a clerk of the Fines at Ludlow, fee, 63, 372.

Domergue, Dommergue, Henry, lieutenant, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 70, 281.

Done. See Donne.

Donegal, Countess Dowager of. See Chichester, Katherine.

Donegal, Earl of. See Chichester, A.

Donne (Done), [Thomas, former Auditor of Imprests], 238.

Dorchester, co. Dorset, 293.

Dorchester, Countess of. See Sedley, Catherine.

Dorguil, Gaspart, ensign, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 72.

Dorking, Darkin, co. Surrey, 442.

Dormer, Fleetwood, a Commissioner of Prizes, 487, 495;

resigns, 50.

Dorset, county of, Auditor of crown revenues in. See Jett, T.

distributor of stamped paper in. See Clinton, P.

Receiver General for Land Tax 1707. See Derby, B.;

Derby, J.

sheriff of. See Fitch, W.

Surveyor of duties on Houses. See Jeffery, N.;

Jevon, S.

Dorset, Earl of. See Sackville, E.

Dorset and Middlesex, Earl of. See Sackville, C.;

Sackville, L.

Dougherty, [Walter], lieutenant in the second Marine regiment, executors of, payment to, 287.

Douglas (Douglass), —, commissary of the stores on the expedition under Earl Rivers, 131.

-, Alexander, tidesman, London port, to be a tidesurveyor, 189.

-, Archibald, Earl of Forfar, a Lord Commissioner of the Treasury and Exchequer of Scotland, 363.

-, James, 2nd Duke of Queensberry, [a Scottish Commissioner for the Union], 38, 244, 261, 267, 349, 352, 363, 371, 477, 478.

annuity or pension for, 272, 304.

lodgings of, 255;

in Pall Mall, 244.

-, [the Hon. James], lieutenant general, [foot] regiment of, 123–4.

-, James, merchant, of Scotland, signatory to a petition, 370.

-, William, a Commissioner of Excise, 261, 282;

declines office, 368, 402.

-, Sir William, of Kelhead, appointed a Commissioner of Excise for Scotland, 402.

Douglass. See Douglas.

Dove, John, Surveyor of searchers, London port, 80, 401, 403.

Dover, co. Kent, 86;

harbour, repair of (as by the Act 2 Anne c.7), Commissioners for, loan to, 236;

Post Office agent at. See Macky, J.

Dowart [? Dysart, Fifeshire], 430.

Dowdeswell (Dowdswell), Richard, supervisor in the Excise, proposed as Secretary, Solicitor, Clerk of the Securities and Correspondent to the Excise Commissioners in Scotland, 261;

appointed as same, 315.

Dowdswell. See Dowdeswell.

Downs, The, 254.

Dowse, William, Receiver General for Land Tax 1707 co. Huntingdon, 183.

Doyley, [Richard], lieutenant in the second Marine regiment, executors of, payment to, 287.

Draper, William, Treasurer and Receiver General of the Royal Hospital of Greenwich, 78, 269.

Draycot, James, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Hertford, 101.

-, William, Surveyor of duties on Houses, cos. Leicester and Rutland, 101.

Drew, Edward, glazier, payment to, 253.

Drogheda, Earl of. See Hamilton-Moore, H.

Drummond, Ar., merchant, of Scotland, signatory to a petition, 370.

-, John, and Company, disposition of a consignment of tin, 514.

-, William, Warden of the Mint at Edinburgh, memorial of concerning recoinage, 350–1, 353, 354.

Drury, Thomas, tidesman and boatman in Whitehaven port, 480.

D'Thors. See Thors.

Dubley. See Dudley.

Dublin, co. Dublin, 152, 197, 242, 335, 450, 459.

Agent for Prizes at. See Hawkshaw, J.

barracks, 231–2;

barrackmaster for, 232;

coal, candle and bedding for, 232.

brewers, memorial of, 458.

castle, letter dated at, 438;

memorial dated at, 90.

Custom House, 276.

Four Courts, 130.

Horse Guards, 130.

Phoenix Park, wall, 130.

port, landsurveyor or landwaiter in. See Alcock, S.

train magazine in, 130.

Du Cambon. See Cambon.

Du Commun. See Comun.

Du Comun. See Comun.

Ducros, Jean, ensign, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 72.

Dudley (Dubley), Ambrose, 21st Earl of Warwick, warden, chief forester etc. of Salcey Forest, 190.

-, [Joseph], colonel, payment to for disbursements in New England, 91;

Governor of New England, 381.

-, Robert, 14th Earl of Leicester, warden, chief forester etc. of Salcey Forest, 190.

Duffus, Lord. See Sutherland, K.

Dufiguier, Francis, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 72.

Dufour, Daniel, lieutenant, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 72.

Duhomet, Jaques, French pensioner on the Irish Establishment, 72.

Duke, Andrew, sheriff of co. Wilts., surplusage on account, 339.

-, Hen[ry], [a member of the Council of Virginia], 201.

Dumbarton, co. Dumbarton, 515.

Dumfries, co. Dumfries, 255, 322, 368;

Customs establishment at, 487.

Dummer, Edmund, contract for providing the West Indies packet service, 16, 45, 163, 186, 227, 231, 397, 417, 430–2, 455, 497, 509.

contract for transporting men to the West Indies, 498.

payment to for the passage of soldiers to and from the West Indies, 441.

Dunbabin, Daniel, employment in the Customs in Scotland, 254.

Dunbar, co. Haddington, Customs establishment at, 487.

Dunbreck, Thomas, boatman, Guernsey, 268.

Duncannon Fort, co. Wexford, Governor of. See Purcell, T.

Duncombe (Duncomb), Anthony, a Commissioner for Prizes, 50, 487, 495.

Dundas, Patrick, riding officer of Stranraer, relinquishes, 472.

Dundee, co. Forfar, 366, 368, 415;

Customs establishment at, 487.

Dungannon, Countess Dowager of. See Trevor, Arabella Susanna.

-, Lord. See Trevor, M.

Dunkirk, France, 292;

privateers of, 409.

Dunstall, Aaron, fined and imprisoned for extorting money, 195.

Dupplin (Duplin), Viscount. See Hay, T.

Dupuy, Pierre, lieutenant colonel, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 71.

Duras. See Durfbrt.

Durban, Joseph, lieutenant, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 70.

Durden, Jonathan, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. York, 101.

Durel, Henry, servant to William III, arrears due to, 198.

Durfort or Duras, Louis de, 2nd Earl of Feversham, waste lands in co. Lincoln, 120;

letter from, 473.

Durham, county of, Receiver General for Land Tax 1707. See Wyvill, F.

Receiver General of Taxes. See Williamson, [R.]; Wyvill, F.

Surveyor of duties on Houses. See Denham, T.;

Greer, R.

Durham, co, Durham, 520,

Durham, bishopric, 223.

Dutton Hall. See Ribchester.

Du Val. See Val.

Du Vivier. See Vivier.

Duyn [Adam van der, Heer van] s'-Gravenmoer (Scravemore, Scra-venmore), regiment of Horse, state of pay, 386, 387, 390.

D' Wilde. See Wildt.

Dyffimbryan. See Emlyn.

Dynely. John, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. York, 101.