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Index of persons and Places: P

Pages 509-513

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

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Pacey (Pacy), Samuel, Receiver General of assessments, co. Suffolk, 357, 394.

Packer, John, usher of the Exchequer, 12, 111.

-, Philip, late Paymaster of the Works, 315, 316.

Page, Francis, money due to, 145.

-, James, dismissed from the Excise, 207.

-, Richard, lands in Hendon, 92.

-, Thomas, lands in Hendon, 92.

Page Street, in Hendon, manor of, 92.

Paget, William, 7th Lord Paget, Ambassador to Turkey, 28.

Pagham, co. Sussex, 281, 388; Pagham Tarrs, Pagham Wall, 388.

Paine. See Payne.

Painton. See Paynton.

Paise, Thomas, comptroller, North Carolina, 392.

Palamos, Spain, 276.

Palfryman, , baker, 83.

Palmer, , 375.

Palmer, Anne, royal bounty to, 39.

-, Edward, a commissioner for Connecticut, 298.

-, George, payment to, for apprehending conspirators, 93.

-, William, estate in Ireland, 173.

-, -, estate in Athlone, 370.

Palmes, , army captain, 163.

-, Guy, a Teller of the Receipt, 44, 60, 222.

Pamplulion, Edward, coin-clipper, 154.

Panton. See Paynton.

Papell, Henry, place as coastwaiter, 83.

Papillon (Papillion), , victualling, 352, 353.

-, Francis, Cashier for the Victualling, 334.

-, Philip, Cashier for the Victualling, 165, 171, 331, 334, 374.

-, Thomas, a Commissioner of the Victualling, 13, 28, 29, 43, 57, 71, 171.

-, William, 30

Paquinans. See Roanoke.

Paragnanath (Paragnanah), James, boatman at Portsmouth, 231.

Parkbeg, co. Waterford, 244.

Parker, co. Suffolk, bailiwick of, 419.

Parker, George, of Boringdon, estate of Wyke Parker, 350, 359, 426.

-, -, tenant, 178.

-, John, affidavit of, 347.

-, -, consul at The Groyne, Corua, 156, 174.

-, Thomas, Lord Morley and Monteagle, royal bounty for, 6, 124, 189.

-, Thomas, highway robber, 220.

-, William of Parkhall, co. Stafford, 442.

-, Wyke, executed for murder, estate of, 59, 281, 350, 359, 426.

Parkhall, co. Stafford, 442.

Parkin, Sir William, estate of, 202.

Parr, John, of Droitwich, saltmaker, 185.

Parran, John, Receiver General of assessments for Oxford, county, university and city, 141, 394.

Parrott, Thomas, boatman and tidesman, Nangle, 213.

Parry, , 18.

-, David, lands in Gallanstown, 246.

-, Francis, a Commissioner of Excise, 164.

-, George, Excise solicitor, 47, 71.

Parsons, , customs debt, 416.

-, Sir Anthony, deputy auditor co. Dorset, 99.

-, Sir John, a Commissioner of Victualling, 171, 353, 398.

-, John, highway robber, 81.

-, Thomas, informant, 79.

Parystone (La Pairston, La Payrstone, La Piere alias Stone, Lepair Stene), Francis, of London, merchant, forfeited estate of, 53, 91, 196, 266, 289, 311.

Paschall, Judith, widow of the commander of the Barbarella, 332.

Paspitauk. See Roanoke.

Paston, Francis, lieutenant in Brigadier Hastings' regiment, pay of, 81, 157.

-, Sarah, widow of Francis, petition of, 81; payment to, 157.

-, William, 2nd Earl of Yarmouth, Treasurer of the Household to James II, 401.

Patrickson, Anthony, tidesman and boatman, Whitehaven port, 301.

Patrington, co. York, manor of, 88, 104, 127.

Patterton, Robert, riding officer, coast of Kent and Sussex, 90.

Patteson, James, deputy comptroller, Poulton port, 367.

Pattison, Henry, tidesman, Whitehaven port, 430.

Patuxent. See Potuxan.

Pauling, Robert, employment in the customs, 205.

Paulsgrove (Pelgrave), co. Hants, 389.

Pauncefort (Panceford, Pauncefoot), , Irish regiments, arrears, 31, 45, 47, 52, 62, 66, 237, 251.

Pavers. See Pavey.

Pavey (Pavers, Pavy, Povey), James, Receiver General of crown revenues, South Wales, 147, 226, 244.

-, -, searcher, Ipswich port, 283, 294.

-, -, waiter and searcher, Stockton, 224.

Pay, Robert, tenant, 177.

-, William, tenant, 179.

Payne (Paine), , captain, judge of the Court of Escheat, Barbados, 447.

-, John, house of, in Princess Court, 396.

-, Thomas, a serjeant-at-arms, 260, 263.

Paynton (Painton, Panton), Shreeve, Receiver General of crown revenues, South Wales, 147, 226, 244.

Peake, John, a commissioner for Jamaica, 297.

Peansey, John, highway robber, 215.

Pearce (Peirce), colonel, payment to, for apprehending a conspirator, 147, 164.

-, John, tidesman, Plymouth port, 108.

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

-, Joseph, payment to, for arresting a conspirator, 232.

-, Richard, money order, 435.

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

Pearson, Thomas, tidesman and boatman, Whitehaven port, 300.

Peckham, Robert, tenant, 177.

Peel Town, Isle of Man, 231.

Peers, , major, accounts of the Commissary General of the Forces in the West Indies, 277.

Peirce. See Pearce.

Pelgrave. See Paulsgrove.

Pelham, John, debt due to by the Navy Board, 310.

-, Thomas, payment to, 77.

Pemberton, Sir Francis, Serjeant at Law, 22.

Pembroke, county of, Receivers General of assessments, revenues, etc., 142, 147, 182, 395; rents in, 262, 284.

Pembroke Ferry, co. Pembroke, 213.

Pembroke Town, co. Pembroke, 213.

Pembroke and Montgomery, Earl of. See Herbert, T.

Pemsey. See Pevensey.

Pen, Henry, tenant, 178.

Pendarviss, , estate in Ireland, 396.

Pendennis, co. Cornwall, regiment at, 391.

Pendergast. See Prendergast.

Pendrill, Richard, payment to Anne, daughter of, 442.

Penfold, Hugh, tenant, 178.

Pengelly, Francis, lands called Trevall alias Trevally, 217, 399.

Peniston, Richard, a commissioner for oaths, Plantations, 297.

Penn, Sir William, debt, 42, 223.

Pennington, John, master of the Joseph, 168.

Pennsylvania, beaver skins from 235; Commissioners, list of, 297; customs and revenue officers for. See Bewly, J.; Birch, M.; Massey, W.; examination of ships trading to, 366.

Penrice, Gilbert, of Droitwich, saltmaker, 185.

-, Humphrey, of Droitwich, saltmaker, 185.

-, Robert, of Droitwich, saltmaker, 185.

Penrith (Perith), co. Cumberland, manor, 88, 126; honor, 105, 125; ward, 126.

Penryn, co. Cornwall, 384, 411; manor, 431.

Pentire, John, tenement in Boyton manor, 242.

Peover, co. Chester, 101.

Percivall, John, Governor of the Hospitals, Ireland, 222.

Pereira (Pereyra), Isaac, contractor for bread and waggons for the Army in Flanders, 77; provision of a magazine for the Army in Flanders, 77; issues for, 228; loans by, 42, 43.

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

Perith. See Penrith.

Perrian or Bereau, Adrian, of London, merchant, goods wrongly seized, 201, 292.

Perry (Perrie), John, deputy to the Auditor General and Surveyor of Revenues in America, 309.

-, Micajah, beaver skins from Pennsylvania, 235.

- See also Parry.

Perth Amboy, East Jersey, 313.

Pescod, , tenant of a college in Deptford, 99.

-, Nicholas and William, tenants of lands in the hundred of Dumpford, 177.

Peterborough, Countess of. See Mordaunt, P.

Peterborough, Earl of. See Mordaunt, H.

Peters, , 61, 349, 350.

Petersfield, co. Hants, 388.

Petersham and Ham, manor of, 100.

Petit, John, engineer, 146.

-, Lewis, engineer in Piedmont, 96.

Petty, George, surveyor of petty customs, London port, 445.

-, Henry, son of Sir William, 200.

-, Sir William, lands in Kerry, 200.

-, William, King's Ranger in Ireland, 333, 334.

-, -, porter and tidesman, Whitehaven port, 300.

Petworth, co. Sussex, 388.

Pevensey (Pemsey) co. Sussex, 281; castle, 126, governor of. See Oxenbridge, Sir R.; manor, 88, 104, 125, 126, 127, lands in, Willes alias Wynnes alias Lewynas alias Queensfry alias Goffers, Hobney, Pepingshey alias Pepperinghey, Kingswish alias Moorebrook, Rushbrook near Kingswiche, Blenley alias Harrisalte near Salcotes alias Blenley, Salcotes in Blenley, Cheesehouse, Priests, Leyland alias the Island [Isleland] alias the Old land, Cockmore Salts, Queen Salt, Queen's Salt, Chelsey Green, North Marsh, South Marsh, West Marsh, South Leaze, Heylond Marsh, Moorebrook in Pondfold Field alias Pondefield, 125, 126.

Pevon [ ? Loon], , justice, 336.

Phellistown. See Philipstown.

Phelp, Joseph, payment to, for apprehending conspirators, 93.

Phelps, William, place as king's waiter or landwaiter, 188.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 313.

Philipstown (Phellistown), co. Meath, 382.

Phillips (Philips, Phillip), Anthony, brewer, arrears of Excise, 44, 222.

-, David, of Bristol, provisions bought for the army and navy, 152.

-, Frederick, a commissioner for New York, 297.

-, George, lands in Ireland, 376.

-, John, a commissioner for Massachusetts Bay, 297.

-, -, customer and collector, Llanelly, 214.

-, Nathaniel, estate of Sir John Friend, 11, 12, 31.

-, Richard, tidesman, Plymouth port, 108.

-, Robert, royal bounty for, 243.

-, Thomas, to take up a wreck in Cork river, 171, 193.

-, Wilfriend, estate of Sir John Friend, 28, 30, 31, 38, 40, 59, 199, 213, 243, 244, 281.

Pickering, co. York, manor of, 108, 167; Blansby park in, 167.

Picton, John, waiter and searcher, Cardigan, 214.

Piedmont, Italy, 96, 401.

Pill, Ambrose, customs officer, 322.

Pimm. See Pym.

Pinkerton, Mathew, of Manchester, seizure of silks of, 90.

Pinkhorst, William, a commissioner for the province of New York, 297.

Pistoll, Thomas, landcarriageman, London port, 352.

Pitches, Lambert, surveyor at Leigh, Essex, 328.

Pitman, , captain, custody of a conspirator, 147.

Pitt, Martin, tenant, 177.

-, Moses, house in Duke Street, 175.

-, Thomas, grant of houses in Dean Street, 400.

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

Plaigne, Plaine, Alexander la, grant of a forfeited estate to, 53, 91, 196, 266.

Plessis, Charles du, cornet in the regiment of horse, pension for, 115.

Plumer, Thomas, outlaw, 83.

Plummer, Francis, extraordinary tidesman, Bristol port, 332.

Plumpton Head, co. Cumberland, 126.

Plumpton Park, co. Cumberland, 126.

Plunket (Plunkett), Angell, estate in Derrypatrick, 110.

-, Edward, outlaw, 247.

-, Elianor, widow, lands in Derrypatrick, 110, 245.

-, Ignatius, estate in Derrypatrick, 110.

-, James, outlaw, 84.

-, Patrick, outlaw, forfeited estate of, 247.

-, Richard, mortgage, 245.

-, William, forfeited estate of, 147.

Plymouth, co. Devon, 98, 218, 231, 235, 249, 325, 350, 352, 367, 384; king's yard at, 217, 399; officers of the navy at, 281; customs establishment at, 107; regiments at, 36, 195, 391.

Plymouth, Countess Dowager of. See Fitz Charles, B.

Plymouth, Earl of. See Fitz Charles, C.

Pocomack [Pocomoke], Maryland, 313.

Podmore, Arthur, grant of lands in Ireland, 368.

Pointer. See Poynter.

Polac, Elias, a Jew, complaint against. 16.

Polehore, in Shelmaliere barony, 246.

Poltney. See Pulteney.

Polwheel, John, lease of lands in Moresk, 275.

Pontefract, co. York, monastery of, 126.

Poole, co. Dorset, Receiver General etc. of assessments etc. for, 142, 395, 413.

Poole, George, tenant, 101.

-, Joseph, boatman, Guernsey, 401.

Pope, , 68.

Popple (Pople), , Secretary to the Commissioners for Trade, 206, 213, 223, 227, 283, 325.

Porchester, co. Hants, 389.

Pordage, Benjamin, lands in co. York, 380.

Portello, Isaac, seizure of sugars, 302, 342.

Porter, , issues for, 69, 312; house for, 162.

-, , Mrs. and family, maintenance of, 337.

-, Sir Charles, Chancellor of Ireland, 413; Lord Justice of Ireland, 245, 421 bis.; royal bounty for, 205, 206.

-, George, a conspirator, apprehended, 93, 106.

Portland, Earl of. See Bentinck, W.

Portlester, in Skreen barony, co. Meath, 247.

Portmarnock, co. Dublin, 148.

Portrushen, in Rathvilly barony, co. Carlow, 439.

Portsmouth, co. Hants, 37, 81, 231, 323, 341, 411; brewers at, 64, 66; garrison of, 214; Navy officers at, 18, 154; regiments at, 36, 195, 391.

Portugal, Envoy Extraordinary to. See Methuen, J.; Methuen, P.; goods from, 169, 237; King of, 427; plantations of, 149, 302.

Portugal (Portugall), Hugo, payment to, for freight, 372.

Pottenger (Pottengers), John, a Master of Chancery in the Alienation Office, 193; Comptroller of the Pipe, 291, 327.

Potter, , agent to Colonel Sanderson's regiment, 376.

Potuxan [Patuxent], Maryland, 313.

Poulett, Charles, Duke of Bolton, regiment of, 273; tenants of, 316.

-, Charles, Earl of Wiltshire, Marquess of Winchester, Lord Chamberlain to Queen Mary II, 401.

Poulton [co. Chester], 367.

Povey (Povy), Jo., royal bounty, 378.

-, Richard, Receiver for the sick and wounded and prisoners of war, 357, 427, 435.

-, Thomas, royal bounty for, 378.

-, See also Pavey.

Powell, Morgan, comptroller, Milford port, 213.

-, Sir Nathaniel, proclamation reward for, 79.

-, Peter, payments by, to masters of store ships, 373.

-, Samuel, a Serjeant-at-Arms, 260, 263, 340, 375.

-, William, king's waiter, London port, 88, 91.

Power, , 16.

-, Charles, tidesman, Bristol port, 311.

-, Edmund, major, 79.

-, James, Earl of Tyrone, lands of, 440.

Powers, John, riding-surveyor on the Kent coast, 392.

Powys (Powis), Sir Littleton, a Baron of the Exchequer, 180.

-, Marquess of. See Herbert, W.

-, R, 47, 162, 384.

-, Richard, trustee for the Duke of Leeds, 98.

-, -, outlaw, 326.

-, Sir Thomas, counsel for Sir James Clifton, 16, 354.

Poynter (Pointer), Richard, payment to, for apprehending a conspirator, 94, 106.

Pratt, , [counsel] for Lord Raby, 15.

Prendergast (Pendergast), , Mrs. and family, maintenance of, 337.

-, Thomas, colonel, grant of lands in Ireland, 408; petition of, for pay as captain in a regiment of horse, 422.

-, -, royal bounty for, 134, 147; loan by, 171.

-, -, house for, 162.

-, -, a conspirator, apprehended, 93.

Presteigne (Presteign, Presteigne), co. Radnor, 210, 254.

Preston, co. Lancs., 304.

-, co. Sussex, 281.

Preston, Viscount. See Graham, R.

Prettyman, Thomas, noontender, London port, 367.

-, William, Remembrancer of First Fruits and Estalled Tenths, 423.

Price, , of the mint at Norwich, imprisoned for misdemeanours, 376.

-, James, lands in Gladestry, 254.

-, John, payment to, 131.

-, Lewis, watchman in fee, London port, 370.

-, Robert, discharge of, from the Chester, 42.

-, Thomas, lands in Knucklas, 210.

Prickman, Benjamin, chief mate of the Princess Anne, 393, 429.

-, Catherine, wife of Benjamin, petition of, release of rattan canes, 393, 429, 433.

Pride, Shadrack, estate of, 375.

Prideaux, , major, payments to the Commissary General of the Forces in the West Indies, 277.

-, Sir Richard, former Surveyor General of Crown Lands, 275.

Priestley, John, of York, merchant, petition of, 299, 307, 337.

Prior, Mathew, Secretary at the Hague, 399; Resident at the Hague, 280, 283, 421; Secretary to the Ambassadors etc. for the Treaty of a General Peace, 399, 400, 407, 410, 411; Secretary to the Envoy to the States-General, 410; loans by, 77, 420.

Providence, Bahama Islands, 313.

Prowse, Ralph, lease of lott and cope and barmaster's place, 436.

Puckle, James, solicitor for prizes, 209.

-, John, tenant, 178.

Pulborough (Pulverhide), co. Sussex, 281.

Pulteney (Poltney), , 211.

-, Charles, commission for derelict lands in Sussex, 344, 345.

-, John, Clerk of the Privy Council in Ireland, 295.

-, Sir William, houses in the bailiwick of St. James's, 114; lands in Chelsea, 170.

Pulverhide. See Pulborough.

Purcell, , colonel, lodgings of, in St. James's Street, 398.

-, Anne, tenant, 120.

-, Nicholas, tenant, 120.

-, Robert, of Westminister, bond of, 328.

Purden, Joseph, tenant, 178.

Purdon, George, ensign, arrears of pay, 114.

Purdue, Richard, highway robber, 215.

Pyder, co. Cornwall, hundred of, 426.

Pym (Pimm, Pymm), Charles, a commissioner for the Island of Nevis, 297.

-, John, instructed to negotiate on a seizure of canes, 429.