Index of persons and Places: F

Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 11, 1696-1697. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1933.

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'Index of persons and Places: F', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 11, 1696-1697, (London, 1933), pp. 478-481. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/cal-treasury-books/vol11/pp478-481 [accessed 24 June 2024].

. "Index of persons and Places: F", in Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 11, 1696-1697, (London, 1933) 478-481. British History Online, accessed June 24, 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/cal-treasury-books/vol11/pp478-481.

. "Index of persons and Places: F", Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 11, 1696-1697, (London, 1933). 478-481. British History Online. Web. 24 June 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/cal-treasury-books/vol11/pp478-481.

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Fag. See Fagg.

Fagan, Hugh, tenant, 129.

-, Richard, of Feltrim, estate of, 147.

-, Thomas, tenant, 129 bis.

Fagg (Fag), Sir John, et al., commission to inquire into lands in Sussex and Hants, 139, 281.

Failey. See Fawley.

Fairfax, Thomas, Lord Fairfax, pension for, 2, 98; grant of Post Fines, 12, 14, 15, 144, 151, 186.

-, -, colonel, conducting Danish Forces to Hoylake, issues for, 277.

Falkland, Lord. See Carey, A.

Falmouth, co. Cornwall, 174, 367, 411.

Fane, Frank, commissioner of assessments in the hundreds of Loveden, Langoe, Flaxwell and Aswardhurn, 155.

-, Sir Henry, lease of ground near St. James's Park, 175.

Fanshaw, Sir Richard, lease of Birstall Garth manor, 127.

-, William, royal bounty for, 243, 278.

Farel. See Farrell.

Farish, Robert, collector of Carlisle, reward to, 90.

Farley, John, payment to, for apprehending highway robbers, 81.

-, -, See also Fawley.

Farlington, co. Hants, 389; Altrey, Bendeyes [? Binness] Island, Oasey Grounds, in or near, 389.

Farmer, John, a commissioner for the Island of Barbados, 297.

Farranrueig, co. Westmeath, 440.

Farrell (Farel), —, colonel, outlaw, 84.

Farrer, William, solicitor to Queen Mary, 305.

Farrington Gurney, co. Somerset, manor of, 268.

Faucet. See Fawcett.

Faure, Anthony, merchant, petition of 193, 224.

Faux Hall. See Vauxhall.

Faversham, co. Kent, 337.

Fawcett (Faucet), Richard, security of, 142.

Fawley (Failey, Farley), co. Hants, 281, 388, 389; Heath Marsh, Mappaynes, le Frostland Marsh, Frostland, le Aldershead Moor, White Croft, Trenches [? Crenches] Marsh, Mill Lane, le Salterne Marsh, Leape Pond, Banister Land, in, 389.

Fearmore. See Fenmore.

Felton, Thomas, Master of the Hawks, 143, 208, 301.

Feltrim, co. Dublin, 147.

Fenmore [? Fearmore or Fennor], co. Meath, 438.

Fenn, Nicholas, a Commissioner for Victualling, 171.

Fennor. See Fenmore.

Fenwick, Sir John, outlaw, 4, 34, 102, 190, 192, 212, 243.

-, John, et al., commission to inquire of the estates of counterfeiters, 406.

-, Robert, waiter and searcher, Berwick, 90.

Fergus, James, colonel, regiment of, 165.

Ferne, —, 60.

-, -, Teller's clerk in the Exchequer, 308.

Ferrard, co. Louth, barony of, 247.

Ferrers, Lord. See Shirley, Sir R.

-, Edward, of London, mercer, lease, 126.

Ferring, co. Sussex, 281.

Feversham, Earl of. See Durford, L. de.

Field (Feild), Joseph, surveyor of the duty on glass wares etc., 433.

Fielding (Feilding), Robert, arrest of, 232, 243.

Fillingham, Bartholomew, Agent for Taxes, 229; loan by, 189.

Finch, Daniel, 2nd Earl of Nottingham, Secretary of State, 401.

Fish, Augustin, vicar of Gedney, 231.

-, Tristram, collector of Scarborough, 406.

Fisher, —, conspirator, arrested, 147.

-, -, captain, payment to, 346.

-, -, captain, 448.

-, John, deputy to the Surveyor General of Crown Lands, 431.

Fishguard, co. Pembroke, 214.

Fitch, John, workmaster of the Ordnance, 404.

-, Thomas, weigher and teller of the Mint, 30.

Fitz Charles, Bridget, Countess Dowager of Plymouth, pension for, 48, 241.

-, Charles, Earl of Plymouth, grant of manors to, 127.

Fitzgerald (Fitzgerrald), Edward, forfeited lands, 122.

-, Sir John, indicted and outlawed, 246.

Fitzhardinge (Fitzharding), Viscount. See Berkeley, J.

Fitzharrey, Ann, royal bounty for, 378.

Fitzharris (Fitzharrys), —. Mrs. payment to, 55.

Fitzherbert (Fitzharbert), Humphrey, customer outwards of Bristol port, 283.

-, William, lands in co. Cavan, 220.

Fitzpatrick, Edward, brigadier, petition for grant of rents in Queen's County, 120, 314.

-, John, colonel, kinsman of Edward, 120.

-, Richard, captain, brother of Edward, 120.

-, Thady, affidavit of, 120.

Fitzroy, Charles, Duke of Southampton, annuity for, 374; pension for, 54, 56, 267.

-, -, Duke of Grafton, pension for, 267.

-, George, Duke of Northumberland, grant of premises at Kingston on - Thames, 432; pension for, 56, 267.

-, Isabella, Duchess of Grafton, pension for, 56, 267, 269.

Flanders, bills from, 23.

-, bullion for, 40, 41.

-, discount on money for, 32, 45.

-, exchange rate with, 41, 42, 359.

-, Governor of, 285.

-, relaxation of embargo on, 97.

-, William III in, or going to, 37, 138, 151, 167, 434.

Flaxwell, co. Lincoln, hundred of, assessments, 155.

Fleet, Sir John, of the East India Company, 6, 11, 29, 39.

Fleming, Christopher, Lord Slane, prisoner in Dublin Castle, 128.

-, Thomas, indicted and outlawed, 247.

Fletcher, Sir George, estate of the late Viscount Preston, 34, 35.

Flint, county of, Receiver General of assessments etc., 141, 394.

Floyer, Peter, merchant, 209, 217, 360; loans by, 40, 41, 43, 44, 56, 228, 362, 363, 364, 365; petition of, 226.

Flyn, —, colonel, estate of, 88.

Foche, Sir John, a Commissioner of Excise, 38, 164.

Foley, Paul, Speaker of the House of Commons, 75, 103, 162, 194, 206, 270, 333, 370; a Commissioner for Public Accounts, 153, 188, 215, 334, 392.

Folkes. See Foulkes.

Folkestone, co. Kent, 257.

Fonthill Gifford, co. Wilts, 211.

Foote, John, steward of the courts of the hundreds of West Powder, Trigg, Lesnewth, Pyder, Kerrier and Stratton, 426.

Ford (Foord), John, customs officer, 194, 350, 430.

-, Robert, housekeeper at Newmarket, 265, 269.

-, William, collector of Scarborough, 406.

Fore. See Demifore; Demyfore.

Forehoe, co. Norfolk, hundred of, assessments, 434.

Forest, Philip de Bontemps do la, pension for, 295.

Forrester, Cha., waiter and searcher, Berwick port, 90.

Forster, John, forfeited estate of, 122, 440.

Fort, Alexander, master joiner of the Works, 194, 260, 305, 337.

Fortescue, —, 345.

-, -, tidesman, Plymouth port, 108.

-, Nicholas, lease of East Molesey manor, 99.

Forth, co. Carlow, barony of, 439.

-, co. Wexford, barony of, 122.

Fortree, James, demise of the Old House in East Greenwich to, 99.

Forward, —, colonel, petition of, for grant of lands in Ireland, 197.

Foster, —, a chaplain, 444.

-, Thomas, boatman, Deal port, 165.

-, -, a commissioner for administering oaths in the Plantations, 297.

Fotherby, Thomas, accounts of, 11, 13, 264, 266, 277; loans by, 384, 411; Commissary General etc. of the Forces in the West Indies, 263, 277, 379; Commissary to the Danish Forces, 266, 277; Deputy Commissary of the Danish Forces, 379.

Fotheringay, co. Northants, free school in, 326.

Foubert, Harry, et al., pensions for 326, 437.

Foulerton. See Fullerton.

Foulkes (Folkes, Foulks, Fowkes, Fowlkes), —, a trustee for the Earl of St. Alban's, 115.

-, Elizabeth, widow, now wife of George Wandesford, pension of, and custodiam lease to, 441.

-, John, colonel, regiment of, 263, 277.

-, Martin, lease of the site of the monastery of Sheen alias West Sheen alias Richmond, 100.

-, -, of Gray's Inn, lease of Oatlands, co. Surrey, 124.

-, -, a trustee for Thomas Chiffinch, 242.

Fowle, Robert, lease of Faux Hall, co. Surrey, 381.

Fowler, —, payments into the Exchequer by, 402.

-, Thomas, customs officer, Sussex coast, 172.

Fownes, William, jun., Ranger etc. of the King's hunting and Chief Ranger of the King's parks etc. in Ireland, 333; Ranger of Phœnix Park and Keeper of Newtown Walk, 334.

Fox, —, lodgings in St. James's Street, 398.

-, Charles, Paymaster General of the Forces, Ireland, 31, 60, 66, 80, 89, 96, 101, 107, 111, 114, 134, 146, 154, 156, 159, 161, 165, 166, 190, 199, 211, 274, 344, 346, 349, 351, 360, 362, 372, 405, 422, 424, 428, 430; loans by, 80, 96, 107, 112, 145, 208, 349, 381, 384, 444, 445.

-, Gerard, collector, Whitby port, 154, 158.

-, Sir Stephen, a Lord of the Treasury, 1–75 passim, 171, 344–364 passim, 435.

Foxcraft, Francis, a commissioner for the province of New Hampshire, 298.

Foy, John, master of the European, 290.

Frampton, Tregonnell, payments to, for the settling the establishment of racehorses. and for a plate at Newmarket, 131.

-, See also Blisse.

France, ambassador to. See Montagu, Earl of.

-, King of, 253.

-, prisoners in, 216, 393.

-, Protestant refugees from, 95, 199; issues for, 208, 225.

-, Reformed officers, pensions for, 111, 115, 295.

-, regiments from, subsistence for, 107.

-, ships of, seized, 168, 198, 201, 209, 382, 402.

-, ships taken by, 82, 199, 218, 235, 332, 429.

-, silks of, 304, 324.

-, trade with, Act [1 Wm. and Mary, c. 34] prohibiting, 201, 242, 288, 387; prevention of, 296, 340, 370, 379, 392, 413, 414.

-, war with, 253, 381.

-, wines of, 2, 77, 149, 380, 387.

-, See also French.

Frankland (Franckland), Thomas, a Postmaster General, 301.

Franklin (Francklyn, Franklyn), Nathaniel, surveyor, waiter and searcher, Milford port, 213.

-, Thomas, tenant, 170.

Franks (Francks, Francs, Frankes), — le, at Nieuport, payment to, 373.

-, John, late Commissary to the Danish Forces, 277.

-, -, of London, merchant, petition for release of a cargo of jollop, 296, 341.

Fransham, Isaac, payment to, for apprehending conspirators, 85.

Freckleton, Thomas, army agent, 176.

Frederick, —, loans by, 26.

Freebridge Lynn (Freebridge citra Lynn), co. Norfolk, hundred of, assessments, 434.

Freebridge Marshland, co. Norfolk, hundred of, assessments, 434.

Freeland, Thomas, payment to, for apprehending conspirators, 93.

Freeman, Mathew, noontender, London port, 385.

-, Ralph, lease of Lott and Cope and Barmaster's place, 436.

Freeze. See Friesen.

Freind. See Friend.

Freke, Thomas, house and garden in St. James's Street, 436.

Fremington. See Tremington.

French, John, of Droitwich, saltmaker, 185.

-, Mathew, collector and customer at Kinsale port, 252, 253.

French protestant ministers, to attend the Treasury, 70; issues for, 208, 278, 289.

- protestants in Ireland, chapel for, 409.

- refugees, charities for, 8.

Freshwell, co. Essex, hundred of, 182; bailiffs of. See Barley, H.; Sparrow, J.

Friend (Freind, Frind), Sir John, share in a brewhouse, 4, 7, 12, 40, 58; estate of, 12, 28, 31, 40, 42, 70, 213, 223, 244, 281, 346; convicted and executed for treason, 282, 328.

Friesen (Freeze, Frize), —, Count de, forces on the Rhine, issues for, 344, 356, 364, 370, 404; lodgings of, 380; goods of, 380.

Frisby, John, payment to, for apprehending a conspirator, 93.

Frize. See Friesen.

Frowde, Peter, deputy clerk of the Pipe, 377.

Fullerton (Foulerton), Thomas, Solicitor General of Barbados, 447.

Fulmerston, Richard, lease of messuages in Southwark, 100.

Furnace (Furnes, Furnese), Sir Henry, a Director of the Bank of England, 6; lace claimed by, 347, 350, 384.