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Index of persons and Places: M

Pages 500-505

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

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MacCarthy (Machartie), Donough, Earl of Clancarty, 418.

-, Elizabeth, Countess Dowager of Clancarty, annuity of, 418.

-, Arabella, Lady, payment to, 443.

Macclesfield, co. Chester, 119, 176, 342, 344, 346, 351, 352, 354, 408; manor of, 101.

Macclesfield, Earl of. See Gerard, C.

MacDermot (Dermot, Dermott), Terence, late alderman of Dublin, 88; forfeiting proprietor, 244.

MacDonnell, Alexander, Earl of Antrim, annuity out of the estate of, 220.

-, Hannah, wife of Randall, petition of, for benefit of her marriage settlement, 159, 198, 219, 220.

-, Randall, Viscount Dunluce, caveat in behalf of, 432.

-, Randall, outlaw, 159, 198, 219, 220.

Mace alias Mare, William, of the Plantations, pirate, 116.

MacEagan, Daniel, outlaw, lands of, 247.

Machado, Antonio, contractor for bread, 77, 172; contractor for waggons, 77; magazine for the Army, 77; warrant for, 29.

Machon, Clement, assistant to the Surveyor, Jersey, dismissed, 367.

Mackarel, Robert, merchant, protestant refugee, 95.

Mackay, Aeneas, colonel, regiment of, 135, 166, 204.

Mackneal, , lands in co. Antrim, 432.

Macy, George, clerk to the Warden of the Mint, 26, 49, 50, 154.

Maddocks. See Madox.

Maddockstown (Maddocktown), in Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny, 441.

Madox (Maddocks, Maddox, Madoc, Madocks), , accounts of Sir E. Seymour, 3, 4.

-, Philip, under-clerk of the Privy Council, 153.

Maestricht, Holland, 316.

Magdore, John, highway robber, 81.

Magenis, Mortagh, outlaw, lands of, 247.

Magnomi, Francis, of London, merchant, 165.

Maherrybegg, Queen's County, 120.

Maidenhead, co. Berks, bridge, 158, 240; mayor and bridgemasters of, 240.

Maidstone, Francis, customs officer, Leigh, Essex, 328.

Main, , victualling for London port, 353.

Mainprice, George, tenant, 127.

Mainprize, Bridget, tenant, 127.

Mainwaring. See Manwaring.

Maitland, James, colonel, regiment of, 165.

Malaga, Spain, 276; wine from, 14.

Mallereny [? Mallendober], in Dunluce barony, co. Antrim, 219.

Mallet, John, boatman, Brightlingsea, 401, 424.

Man, Isle of, 230, 258, 292; surveyor in. See Taylor, C.; Atrobus, J.

Manaton, Henry, woods in Hellesbury park, 192.

Manchester, co. Lancaster, 90.

Mange, Mangey, Mangy, , Mrs., estate of Arthur her husband, 293.

-, Arthur, goldsmith of York, executed for coining, 311, 380, 406.

Manilea, co. Westmeath, 440.

Manley (Manly), Cornelia, sister and executrix of Francis, 113.

-, Francis, lieutenant in the first regiment of Foot Guards, 113.

-, Isaac, commissioner to inspect the wine trade abroad, 2, 59, 62, 201, 262, 283, 292, 340, 414.

-, John, quarries in Cornwall, 110.

Mansell, Anne, Mrs., royal bounty for, 43, 378.

-, Richard, tenant, 127.

Mansergh, John, customs officer, 212.

Manwaring (Mainwaring), James, appointed for the mint, Chester, 70; Comptroller, Chester port, 407.

-, Sir John, profits of Court in Macclesfield manor, 101.

-, John, son of Sir Thomas, 101.

-, Sir Thomas, of Peover, bailiff of Northwich hundred, 101.

-, Thomas, son of Sir Thomas, 101.

-, William, brother of Sir John, 101.

Mapas, Christopher, mortgage of Scalpwilliam, 132, 133.

Mara and Mondren (Mondrem) Forest, co. Chester, lease of pasturage etc., 101.

Marais, . D', lieutenant in Brigadier Leveson's regiment of horse, 131, 140.

Mare. See Mace, W.

Margate, co. Kent, 368, 408; postmaster at. See Hart, P.

Mariekerke, Mariekirke. See Marykirk.

Mariner (Marriner), Thomas, tenant, 180.

Maris, Benjamin, payment to, for apprehending a conspirator, 85.

Marlow, John, waterman, London port, 313.

Marnell, James, outlaw, 84.

Marriner. See Mariner.

Marriott (Mariott, Marriot), . estate of Sir John Friend, 11.

-, R, deputy auditor for co. Middlesex, 99.

-, Reginald, employed in managing the forfeited estate of Viscount Preston, 183.

-, -, fee from rents, 255.

Marsh, John, lands in Hendon, 92.

-, Richard, of Gladwin Street, lands in Hendon, 92.

-, -, of Page Street, lands in Hendon, 92.

-, Thomas, lands in Hendon, 92.

Marshall, John, king's waiter, London port, 172, 188; deputy to. See Wingfield, J.

-, Simon, Comptroller, Chester port, 407.

Martin (Martyn), , widow, royal bounty for, 157.

-, Edward, tenant, 178.

-, Joseph, commissioner of agents for Barbados and the Leeward Islands, 91.

-, -, Eastland merchant, 8, 11, 13; contract for hemp, 26; payment for naval stores, 416.

-, Peter, forfeited estate of, 441.

-, William, of Evesham, debt of, 152, 329.

Martinique (Martinico), West Indies, expedition against the French at, 308.

Marton. See Merton.

Mary II, Queen of England, wife of William III, debts due from, 305; directions of, concerning St. James's Park, 33; funeral of, issues for, 444; goods of, 430; grants by, 244, 308, 378; issues for the servants etc. of, 182, 186; Lord Chamberlain to. See Winchester, Marquis of; Treasurer and Receiver General to. See Nicholas, E.; ViceChamberlain to, 415.

Mary of Modena, Queen of James II, Groom of the Stole to. See Peterborough, Countess of; grant to the trustees of, 127; goods of, 194.

Marybone. See Marylebone.

Maryborough, Queen's County, 120.

Marykirk (Mariekerke, Mariekirke) [Holland], camp and court at, 160.

Maryland, 279; coins of, 3, 4, 97; agent for prizes in. See Jenings, P.; Commissioners, list of, 297; customs and revenue officers for, list of, 313; examination of ships trading to, 366; General Assembly of, 97; Governor of. See Nicholas, ; illegal trading at, 252.

Marylebone (Marybone), co. Middlesex, manor of, 101.

Mascall, Robert, payment to, for arresting a conspirator, 212.

Mason, Charles, Comptroller of the Mints in the Tower, 340, 345, 399.

-, John, Receiver General of assessments etc. for co. Cambridge and Isle of Ely, 142, 393.

-, Thomas, tidesurveyor, London port, 344, 369.

Massachusetts Bay, province of, Commissioners, list of, 297; revenue account, 225.

Masse, John, lease of messuages in Southwark, 100.

Massereene (Massareene), Viscount. See Skeffington, J.; Skeffington, C.

Massey, William, collector, Lewis, Pennsylvania, 313.

Matthews (Mathewes, Mathews), , colonel, pay due to as brigadier general, 255.

-, Benjamin, Receiver General of assessments etc., cos. Northants and Rutland, 141, 394.

-, Henry, a late justice, affidavit of, 347349.

-, Hugh, lands in Knucklas, 210.

-, John, tenant, herbage in Knucklas Forest, 210.

-, Thomas, Receiver General of assessments etc. cos. Hereford, Brecon and Radnor, 141, 395.

-, William, assistant in the mint at Exeter, 38, 268, 363.

Mattram, , widow, royal bounty for, 157.

Maudlin, in Moyfenrath barony, co. Meath, 438.

Mauduit, Peers, Windsor Herald, 261.

Maugridge, Robert, patent drummer, 140.

Mawson, Charles, Chester Herald, 261.

Maxey (Maxy), John, of London, merchant, petition for a non pros. against a customs forfeiture, 415.

-, Nathaniel, of London, merchant, permission to export bells, 329; non pros. against a customs forfeiture, 415.

May, , payment to, 56, 103.

-, Baptist, a trustee for the Earl of St. Alban's, 124; land tax on Windsor Great Park, 139, 189, 196.

-, Edward, tenant, 180.

-, Eleanora, wife of Charles, pension for, 107, 208.

Maynard, John, deputy constable of Dublin Castle, 128.

Mea, Mee, Peter, tenant, 178.

Meade, Sir John, mortgage to, co. Cork, 246.

Meadows, Philip, a Commissioner of Excise, 164.

Meagh, Henry, lease, 122.

Meagher, Thady, forfeited lands of, 122.

Meath, county of, forfeited lands in, 120, 245, 247, 438.

Meath, Earl of. See Brabazon, E.

Medina, , loans by, 39, 62, 343, 346; contract for bread and waggons, 361, 362, 363; issues to, 73, 298, 374.

Mediterranean Fleet, 13, 14, 30, 43, 44, 59, 264, 276, 443.

Mee. See Mea.

Meeke, Anthony, lease of fishing in Heywood, 162.

Meenis, John, army agent, 214.

Meeres (Meers), Sir Thomas, a Commissioner for the Land Bank, 16, 21.

Meese (Mees, Mese), , captain, commander-in-chief of the West Indies squadron, 351, 387.

-, Carew, lieutenant in a regiment of horse, pay of, 163, 166, 274.

Meesters (Meisters), William, storekeeper of the Ordnance, 36, 37, 38, 39, 42, 44, 48, 137, 187, 199, 371, 372, 373, 404.

Meginnis, Morto, forfeited lands of, 247.

Mein, Patrick, a commissioner for Barbados, 297.

Meire, , Surveyor General of customs in the Plantations, 204.

Meisters. See Meesters.

Meldrum, , a conspirator, 93, 106.

Melenydd, co. Radnor, lordship of, 210.

Meltish, Margaret, lands called White Croft, co. Hants, 389.

Merchant, Christopher, collector, Currituck, 312.

Meredith, Sir Charles, custodiam of a chapel in Oxmontown, 409.

-, David, tidesman, Liverpool port, 204.

-, Thomas, lieutenant in a regiment of horse, pay of, 163, 166, 274.

-, Richard, executor of William Harbord, 156.

Merioneth, county of, Receiver General of assessments etc., 141, 394; sheriff of. See Lloyd, .; deputy sheriff. See Jones, L.

Merrick, Sir Gellei, attainted of high treason, 254.

Merson, Ralph, tidesurveyor, Exeter port, 411.

Merston, co. Sussex, manor of, 178 180; Merston Farm and Merston Park in, 178.

Merton (Marton), co. Surrey, monastery, 99.

Messina, Sicily, 209, 221.

Mestrington, William, page-keeper in Sholebrook Walk, Whittlewood Forest, 282.

Metcalfe, George, payment to, for passing the Customs Commission, 133.

Methuen, John, Chancellor of Ireland, royal bounty for, 413; Envoy Extraordinary to Portugal, 174, 285, 291; loan by, 76.

-, Paul, son of John, Envoy Extraordinary to Portugal, 427.

Mexico, coin of, 56, 266.

Michell [? Myshall], in Forth barony, co. Carlow, 439.

Mickroe, co. Carlow, chiefry of, 130.

Middlesex, county of, 83; deputy auditor of. See Marriott, R.

-, -, Oyer and Terminer, Sessions of, 310.

-, -, Receivers General of assessments, 67, 293, 303, 393, 426, 432. See also Collett, J.; Cornish, H.; Cuddon, Sir T.; Knight, R.; Lloyd, J.; Robinson, Sir L.

-, -, Receiver General of crown revenues, 137, 156. See also Smith, J.

-, -, Receivers General etc. of duties on Houses and on Marriages etc., 67, 302, 313, 330. See also Beresford, F.; Cornish, H.; Cuddon, Sir T.; Lloyd, J.; Molineux, F.; Robinson, Sir L.

-, -, Sheriffs of, 83, 212, 278, 287. See also Buckingham, Sir O.; Coles, Sir W.; Sweetapple, Sir J.; Wills, Sir E. bailiff to. See Broad, J.

-, -, Solicitor for assessing Taxes in. See Thompson, J.

Middlethird, co. Tipperary, barony of, 122.

Middleton (Midleton), , corn duties, 64, 66; payment to, 67.

-, Philip, petition of, grant of goods belonging to a pirate, 336.

-, Walter, customs officer, Milford port, 213.

Midsomer Norton, co. Somerset, manor of, 268.

Miermont. See Miremont.

Milan, Italy, consul at. See Boit, J.

Milburne, Mary, widow, grant to and benefit of a judgment of outlawry, 83.

-, Ralph, 141.

-, Winifred, widow of Ralph, compensation for land taken for Clifford Fort, 141.

Milesbush, in Coolock barony, co. Dublin, 438.

Milford, co. Hants, 281.

Milford Haven, co. Pembroke, 256, 342; list of customs officers at, 213; Nangle, 213.

Milksop, Thomas, goods of, 339.

Miller, Francis, tenant, 179.

-, Harold, payment to, for carriages, 410.

-, William, son of Francis, tenant, 179.

Milliere, la, lieutenant of dragoons, pay of, 87.

Mills, Edward, lands in Hendon, 92.

-, John, lands in Hendon, 92.

-, Sir John, land in Eling, 389.

-, Robert, tenant, 177.

-, -, clerk to the collector, Berwick port, 367.

Miremont (Miermont), Marquis (Armand de Bourbon), regiment of, 86, 166.

Mission, John, place as searcher, 63, 64.

Missone, , monsieur, loan by, 220.

Mitchell, Sir David, vice-admiral, petition for king's share in seized baccalean, 165.

-, John, petition for remission of seized lustrings, 146.

-, -, captain, ships taken by, 231.

-, Mary, royal bounty for, 378.

-, Sir Mich., of Dublin, grant to, 88.

Mitchener (Mitchenor), John, employed by the receiver of taxes, co. Warwick, 72, 347349.

Mitford, co. Norfolk, hundred of, 434.

Moat Killone, in Kilconnell barony, co. Galway, 441.

Mocklershill alias Knockmocler, co. Tipperary, 122.

Mogg, John, lease of coal pits in Farringdon Gurney and Midsomer Norton, 268.

Molesey (Moulsey, Mousley), co. Surrey, ferry at, 100; East Molesey, manor of, 100, lease of fishing in the stream at, 100; West Molesey, ferry at, 100.

Molineux (Molyneux), , army clothier, 357.

-, Francis, Receiver General of taxes for London, Westminster and Middlesex, 313.

-, Thomas, Comptroller of the mints in the Tower, 340, 345, 399.

Molony, , chambers in Gray's Inn, 432.

Momjullon. See Monpouillan.

Momoragh, co. Roscommon, 244.

Monaghan, county of, forfeited lands in, 247.

Monamonra. See Beladd.

Monaveen [? Moneyveen], in Kilconnell barony, co. Galway, 441.

Monckton, Robert, Lord Galway, 9, 10, 12, 55, 257, 358; letter of credit to, 56, 266.

Mondrem. See Mara and Mondrem.

Moneybeg. See Dunleckny.

Moneyveen. See Monaveen.

Monginot, Stephen Lassale or de la Salle, issues to, 208.

Monjoy. See Mountjoy.

Monmouth, county of, Receiver General of crown revenues, 147; Receiver General of assessments etc., 141, 149, 394.

Monmouth, Duke of. See Scott, J.

Monmouth, Earl of. See Mordaunt, C.

Monpouillan (Momjullon), Marquis de, arrears of assessments, 118.

Monreen [? Moonveen], in Iverk barony, co. Kilkenny, 441.

Monroe (Monreau), , chaplain, transportation to Virginia, 131.

Mont, Allan la, lease, 127.

Montagu (Montague), Charles, Chancellor of the Exchequer, 435; under Treasurer of the Exchequer, 278.

-, Heneage, Master and Treasurer of the Jewel House, 407, 425.

-, Ralph, Earl of Montagu, Master of the Great Wardrobe, 44, 53, 154, 237, 243, 255, 279, 306, 347, 380, 392; Ambassador to France, 401; loan by, 184; payment to, for furnishing a yacht, 443.

-, -, lease, Gillingham Forest, 101.

Montaut, Anne de, pension for, 295.

-, Silvie de, pension for, 295.

Montgomery, county of, 92; Receiver General of assessments etc., 141, 394; sheriff of. See Read, J.

Montrath. See Mountrath.

Montserrat, West Indies, Commissioners, list of, 297; Lieutenant Governor of. See Blakiston, N.; Plantation duties, surcharges on, 227.

Moonveen. See Monreen.

Moore (Moor), Daniel, lieutenant of the Earl of Oxford's regiment, 418.

-, David, tenant of Potters Park, 139, 272.

-, Isaac, highway robber, 81.

-, James, a commissioner for oaths, Plantations, 297.

-, John, a commissioner for oaths, Plantations, 297.

-, Joseph, et al., petition of, duty on wines, 371, 372, 400.

-, Richard, payment to, for apprehending a coin-clipper, 180.

-, Thomas, et al., owners of the John & Thomas, 159, 160.

-, -, surveyor, Yarmouth port, 240.

-, -, son of David, lease of Potters Park in Windsor Forest, 139, 271, 333.

Mordaunt (Mordant), , regiment of, 29, 36, 195, 391.

-, Charles, Earl of Monmouth, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 183; assessments due from, 118; wine for, 224.

-, Henry, 2nd Earl of Peterborough, Groom of the Stole to James II, 401.

, Penelope, wife of Henry, Earl of Peterborough, Groom of the Stole to Queen Mary Beatrice, 401.

Mordoch, John, merchant, of Glasgow, 90.

Morefeild, Richard, outlaw, 150.

Moreland. See Morland.

Moresk, co. Cornwall, manor of, 275.

Moreton Morrell, co. Warwick, 347.

Morgallion, co. Meath, barony of, 247, 438.

Morgan, , 345.

Morgan, Charles, waiter and searcher, Chepstow, 379.

Morin, Thomas, brewer, discharge of a debt, 328.

Morland (Moreland), Sir Samuel, lease of Vauxhall, 381; annuity to, and to his son, 232.

Morley, Sir Charles, Master of Requests to Charles II, arrears of salary, 135.

-, Charles, payment to, for apprehending a conspirator, 146.

-, George, Master of Chancery in the Alienation Office, 144, 191, 193.

Morley and Monteagle, Lord. See Parker, T.

Morning's Mill, co. Sussex, 126.

Morris (Morrice), Edmond, rebel, killed at Aughrim, 120.

-, John, customer and collector, Cardigan port, 214.

-, Nicholas, estate in Cornwall, 332.

-, Richard, payment to, for arresting a conspirator, 212, 232.

-, Thomas, of Barbados, a felo de se, 446, 447.

Mortagh, Bryan, lease of lands, co. Longford, 407.

Morton, , import debentures, 48.

Mote Park. See Windsor Great Park.

Motley, William, tidesman, London port, 433.

Moulsey. See Molesey.

Mountjoy, Viscount. See Stewart, W.

Mountjoy (Monjoy, Mounjoy), Benjamin, petition of, grant of a forfeited estate, 311.

-, Joseph, outlaw, 150.

Mountrath (Montrath), Earl of. See Coote, C.

Mountstephens, William, beadle, apprehending a coin - clipper, 399.

Mourton, Joseph, commissioner for oaths, Plantations, 297.

Mousley. See Molesey.

Moyally, in Kilcoursey barony, King's County, manor of, 247.

Moycashel [Moyashel] and Magheradernon, co. Westmeath, barony of, 440.

Moyfenrath, co. Meath, barony of, 438.

Moyle, , survey of Penryn manor, 431.

-, Sir Walter, lease of woodground, Duchy of Cornwall, 275.

Moyne, co. Roscommon, 121, 244.

Moyrath, in Lune barony, co. Meath, 247.

Moyvally, co. Carlow, 129.

Muckloon, in Killian barony, co. Galway, 121.

Mulgrave, Earl of. See Sheffield, J.

Munni. See Wicomico.

Mnster, Germany, arrears of subsidy for, 86.

Murdery, co. Dublin, 122.

Murray, John, Earl of Tillibardin, Marquis of Athole, High Commissioner for Scotland, goods of, 248.

Muschamp, George, collector, North Potomac, Maryland, 313; commissioner for Maryland, 297.

Musgrave, Christopher, clerk of the Ordnance, clerk of the deliveries of the Ordnance, 404.

-, William, tidesman and boatman, Whitehaven port, 301.

Myshall. See Michell.