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Index of persons and Places: J, K

Pages 511-515

Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 15, 1699-1700. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1933.

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Jackman, William, farmer in the Isle of Wight, petition of, 236.

Jackson, Francis, Customs boatman at Liverpool, 234.

-, -, postmaster of Chester, petition for remission of a debt, 359.

-, John, lieutenant in major general T. Erle's regiment, half-pay for, 448.

-, Lodowick, deceased, late Customs collector at Weymouth, 404.

-, Rebecca, petition for the office of searcher at Boston port, 334.

-, Richard, ensign in colonel Mitchelbourn's regiment, half-pay for, 152.

-, -, surveyor of Carlisle port, 329.

-, Robert, customer of Kingstonupon-Hull, 175, 404.

-, -, lieutenant in colonel Saunderson's regiment, half-pay for, 449.

-, Thomas, tidesman in fee, London port, 233.

Jacob, , Mrs., pension for, 148.

-, Isaac, lieutenant in colonel Coote's regiment, half-pay for, 449.

-, Sir John, regiment of, 378, officers of disbanded on half-pay, 156, 397.

Jamaica, chaplains for, issues for, 118, 226, 270. See also Alsop, .; Green, E.

French invasion of, 177.

Governor of. See Beeston, Sir W.

regiment and troops at, 70, 177, 349.

schoolmaster going to. See Tosh, J.

pirates seized in, 437.

James II, abdication of, 401; grant of quit rents in Ireland by, 361; Master of the Horse to. See Dartmouth, Lord.

James, Samuel, tidesman, Plymouth port, 125.

-, William, servant to the late Queen, salary, 373.

-, -, et al., lease of mines in Cantermelenydd, etc., 200, 436.

James River. See Virginia.

Jamestown, Ireland, barracks at, 366.

Janeway, Jacob, riding officer for guarding the coast, 167.

Jans, Thomas, clerk at Hull to be Customs collector at Lancaster, 404.

Jansen (Janssen), Sir Theodore, a trustee for Exchequer Bills, 10, 38, 103, 139, 177, 335; bills of, 394; loans by, 48. [Sic Sir Thomas on p. 139.]

Jardin, John, lieutenant in the Duke of Bolton's regiment, half-pay for, 448.

Jassaud, , pension for, 144.

Jeay, William, Receiver General of assessments, co. Hunt., 325.

Jedburgh (Jedborough), Lord. See Kerr, William.

Jeeton, John, surveyor of the London brewery, 332.

Jeffreys (Jefferies, Jefferys, Jeffrys), Sir James, Governor of Cork, daily allowance to, 72, 78, 355, 381; military pension for, 149, 365.

-, Richard, lieutenant in colonel Harvey's regiment, half-pay for, 447.

Jeffs, John, lieutenant in colonel Brewer's regiment, half-pay for, 397.

Jekyll, Sir Joseph, chief justice of Chester, payment to, 277, 369, 412.

Jenkin, Owen, boatman and tidesman at Tenby, 247.

Jenkins, John, petition of, office of steward of the courts of the Honor of Peverell etc., 396.

-, Thomas, tidesman, Bristol port, 391.

Jenkinson, Robert, a witness, 14; payment to for carrying letters, 405.

-, Thomas, Customs collector removed to Dartmouth from Bridgwater, 404.

Jenks, William, tidesman in fee, London port, 233.

Jenner, John, outlaw, estate of in co. Wilts, 359.

Jennings, , widow, royal bounty for, 372.

-, -, issues for, 396.

-, Peter, collector, Patuxent River, 130.

-, Richard, captain lieutenant in colonel Villiers' regiment, half-pay for, 154.

Jermyn, Henry, Lord Jermyn, Earl of St. Alban's, lease of Pall Mall Field, 255.

Jerne. See St. Jerne.

Jersey, 18, 41, 75; forces in, 45, 270, 286, 294, 330, 351, 369, 380, 435; garrison at, 330; chaplain for the garrison, pay of, 430.

Jersey, Earl of. See Villiers, Sir E.

Jerson, , pension for, 146.

Jervaise, David and his wife, pension for, 142.

Jervoisett, Blois, pension for, 368.

Jessin, Katherine, royal bounty for, 372.

Jewett, John, lieutenant, petition for arrears of pay, 211; half-pay for, 453.

Joddrell, Jodrell, Paul, clerk to the House of Commons, 43, 190, 202, 253, 264.

Johnson, , serjeant of the Admiralty, 115.

-, Charles, chaplain in colonel Leigh's regiment, half-pay for, 447.

-, Henry, waterman at Portsmouth, committed to the Marshalsea, petition of, 317.

-, Sir Henry, et al., owners of the Anna of London, petition of, 424.

-, James, chaplain, of the Royal Regiment of Dragoons, 430.

-, Jos., lieutenant colonel in colonel Mordaunt's regiment, half-pay for, 453.

-, Martin, comptroller of Boston port, 326.

-, Mary, charity for, 374.

-, Mathew, clerk of Parliament, 5, 139, 271.

-, Sir Nathaniel, inquisition taken against, 132; Governor in Chief of the Leeward Caribbee Islands in 1686 and withdraws in 1689, 446.

-, Samuel, correspondent to the Excise Commissioners, 255; petition for salary, 161; payment to, 180.

Johnston, Charles, ensign in colonel Mitchelbourn's regiment, half-pay for, 152.

-, Francis, captain in colonel Creighton's regiment, half-pay for, 153.

-, George, lieutenant in colonel Creighton's regiment, half-pay for, 153.

-, James, lieutenant in colonel Mitchelbourn's regiment, half-pay for, 152.

-, John, senior, ensign in colonel Creighton's regiment, half-pay for, 153.

-, -, junior, ensign in colonel Creighton's regiment, half-pay for, 153.

-, Robert, lieutenant in brigadier Wolseley's regiment, half-pay for, 151.

-, Thomas, lieutenant in brigadier Wolseley's regiment, half-pay for, 151.

Jolliffe, Margaret, royal bounty for, 372.

Jolly, Andrew, quarter-master in colonel Echlyn's regiment, half-pay for, 397.

Jones, , a messenger of the Chamber, 10.

-, -, clerk, going to Virginia as chaplain, 161, 370.

-, -, captain, will of, 111.

-, -, letter of, 423.

-, Ann, Mris,. pension for, 142.

-, Benjamin, petition for place as collector of Harwich port, 290.

-, Charles, a witness, 115 bis.

-, Edward, captain in brigadier Tiffin's regiment, half-pay for, 398.

-, -, captain in major general T. Erle's regiment, half-pay for, 448.

-, Humphrey, surveyor of taxes, cos. Denbigh and Flint, 244.

-, John, seizure of brandy, 114.

-, -, riding officer for guarding the coast, 167.

-, -, executor of. See Lacey, N.

-, Richard, Earl of Ranelagh, Paymaster of the Forces, passim; pension for 21 years for, 142; annuity purchased by, 3867; former cashier to. See Hewett, R.; lost reversionary order of, 406.

-, Samuel, ensign in Sir G. St. George's regiment, half-pay for, 154.

-, Thomas, captain in brigadier Ingoldsby's regiment, half-pay for, 398.

-, Walter, surveyor of taxes cos. Denbigh and Flint, 244.

-, William, apothecary to the Household, 217, 223.

-, -, surveyor of taxes cos. Cardigan and Montgomery, 244.

Jonge, Cornelis de, van Ellemeet, Receiver General of the States of Holland, 46.

Jordan (Jorden, Jordon), , 114, 423.

-, Benoni, watchman in fee, London port, 358.

-, John, tidesman in fee, Bristol port, deceased, 391.

-, -, riding officer for guarding the coast, 167.

-, Nathaniel, tidesman, London port, 281.

-, Thomas, petition for place as officer for preventing the export of wool, 413.

Josselyn, C., chaplain in colonel Seymour's regiment, half-pay for, 452.

Jour, la, captain in brigadier Maitland's regiment, half-pay for, 454.

Journey. See Tourney.

Jucks, George, cornet in the Earl of Denbigh's regiment, half-pay for, 448.

Justell, . madame, charity for, 375.

Justinian, Segnior, envoy extraordinary from the republic of Genoa, 165.

Jux, Elizabeth, strewer of herbs, payment to, 124.

K.

Kainge. See Kenge.

Kearne, John, surveyor of taxes, petition for remission of tax on salary, 344.

Keating, Edmund, captain in colonel Brudenell's regiment, half-pay for, 449.

Keele, Frederick, lieutenant in colonel St. John's regiment, half-pay for, 152.

Keeling, Leonard, ensign in the Duke of Bolton's regiment, half-pay for, 448.

Keightley, , Mrs., charity for, 374.

-, Frances, lady, pension for, 32; charity for, 375.

Kein. See Kien.

Keite, John, affidavit of, 11.

Kelly, James, a pirate, executed, 116.

Kemp (Kempe), [Abraham or William], servant to the late Queen, salary, 373.

-, John, waterman, London port, 130.

-, William, servant to the late Queen, salary, 373.

Kendall, , colonel, house of near St. James's Park, 170.

-, Richard, sister of married to W. Taprell, 162.

Kenge (Kainge), Charles, a messenger of the Chamber, 11, 13.

Kenmure, Lord. See Gordon, William.

Kennington, co. Surrey, butts in, 170.
-, common, 170.
-, manor, 131, 170, 256; Prince's meadow in 123, 262.

Kensington, co. Middlesex, 16, 25, 26, 30, 38, 54, 58, 89, 185, 196, 197, 201, 222, 227, 248, 251, 258, 268, 272, 275, 276, 283, 297, 306, 317, 318, 342.
-, House, 12, 406, 425.
-, Housekeeper at, office of, grant of, 101; issues for, 217; salary, 225. See also Brienne, S. de; Lowman, H.
-, King's Great Bedchamber at, furniture for, 214.
-, King's Stables at, 220.
-, lecturer at, salary, 375.
-, lodgings at for the Lord Chamberlain, 221; for the King's chaplains, 304.
-, manor of, 122.
-, poor of, charity for, 375.
-, Wardrobekeeper at, office of, grant of, 101; salary, 225. See also Brienne, M. de; Lowman, M.

Kent, county of, coast of, guard of the, 6, 163, 167, 171, 192, 199, 254.

collector of Excise in. See Ireton, H.

Receiver General of assessments etc., 159, 323.

Receiver General of revenues, 161.

Seven Hundreds in, 188.

Kent, , late collector of salt duty at Lymington, 182.

-, John, petition for allowance after prosecuting Burrard, 371.

-, -, senior, customer of Lynn Regis port, salary, 203; surrenders his office, 341.

-, -, junior, appointed customer of Lynn Regis port, 341; salary, 382.

-, Thomas, Receiver General of assessments, co. Lincoln, 137, 324.

-, William, Receiver General of taxes etc. co. Lancaster, 40, 214, 271, 324.

-, -, Receiver General of land tax, co. Monmouth, 160.

Keppel, Arnold Joost van, Earl of Albemarle, Master of the Robes, 284, 434; elected a Companion of the Garter, 353; discharge of reserved rents, 401.

Kerne, , wine trade with St. Sebastian, 99.

Kerr, John, ensign in Lord Mountjoy's regiment, half-pay for, 154.

-, Thomas, lieutenant in the Royal Regiment of Foot, half-pay for, 155, 397.

-, William, Lord Jedburgh, regiment of Dragoons of, 67, 347, 454.

Kesterman, Peter, et al., owners of the Adventure ketch, petition of, 137.

Kestle, Walter, riding officer, Cornwall, 125.

Key, John, late captain in Lord Strathnaver's regiment, 129.

-, Josiah, King's blacksmith, 245, 249.

Keydell, , servant to the late Queen, salary, 373.

Keysers, , Mrs., charity for, 374.

Kidd (Kid), William, captain, pirate, 5, 31, 64; treasure and effects of, 160, 229.

Kien (Kein), Rudolph, closet-keeper to the King, 21, 194, 263, 326, 395.

Kiftsgate (Kiftgate), co. Gloucester, hundred of, 48.

Kildalkey (Kildalky), in Lune Barony, co. Meath, 213.

Kildare, county of, forfeited lands in, 402.

Kilkenny, co. Kilkenny, barracks at, 366.

Killenaule, co. Tipperary, barracks at, 366.

Killevan, Ireland, barracks at, 366.

Killigrew, , Mrs., charity for, 375.

-, Charles, house of in Scotland Yard, 106, 113, 424.

-, -, Master of the Masks and Revels, 225.

-, Charlotte, Mris., payment to for rent of a house, 202.

-, Henry, admiral, 52, 116, 286.

-, -, colonel, marine regiment of, 377.

-, -, petition of, 21, 172, 173; payment to, 38, 47.

-, -, servant to the late Queen, salary, 373.

-, -, first lieutenant in colonel Brudenell's regiment, half-pay for, 453.

Kilmacthomas (Killmackthomas), co. Waterford, barracks at, 366.

Kilmaine, Edward, caretaker, to attend the King in Holland, 393.

Kilmainham, co. Dublin, hospital at, 21.

Kilmare, Ireland, 417.

Kilnuddy, Ireland, barracks at, 366.

King, , collector in St. Martin's, 10.

-, Alice, royal bounty for, 372.

-, Edward, King's waiter, London port, 139.

-, George [sic for Gregory], Lancaster Herald, 194.

-, John, a messenger of the Chamber, suit against R. Poyke, 10, 11, 13, 222.

-, -, grant of the office of searcher of Boston port, 334.

-, Luke, acting on the behalf of Mrs. Abbott, 440.

-, Richard, riding officer for guarding the coast, 6, 167.

-, -, grant of the office of searcher of Boston port, 334.

-, Robert, Lord Kingston, executors of, payment to, 35, 238; house of near St. James's Park, 169.

-, Robert, lieutenant in Lord Mountjoy's regiment, half-pay for, 153.

-, Thomas, petition of the widow and children of, 60.

-, William, ensign in the Earl of Drogheda's regiment, half-pay for, 152.

Kingdon, Lemuell, inquisition taken against, 132.

Kingsley, William, captain in brigadier Selwyn's regiment, half-pay for, 451.

King's Lynn. See Lynn Regis.

Kingston, Earl of. See Pierrepont, W.

Kingston, Lord. See King, R.

Kingston, , Dr., royal bounty for, 39.

-, Baldwin, waiter and searcher at Marazion, 427.

Kingston-on-Thames, co. Surrey, 131; bridge, 138; New Park in, 122.

Kingston-upon-Hull. See Hull.

Kinnoul, Earl of. See Hay, G.

Kinsale, co. Cork, barracks at, 366; castle, 141; garrison 157, 364; town major and lieutenant governor of, 149.

Kirkby, Roger, governor of Chester castle, petition of, 102; payment to, 165.

Kirke (Kirk), George, captain in the Earl of Oxford's regiment, 297, 316.

-, Hamnot, servant to the late Queen, salary, 373.

-, Mary and Mary, petition of, payments to and royal bounty for, 109, 192, 201, 409, 411.

-, Peircy, Groom of the Bedchamber, payment to the executors of an annuity for, 412.

Kitchinman, Richard, tidesman, London port, 171.

Kite, , of London, merchant, 299.

Kitson, Thomas, captain in the Duke of Bolton's regiment, half-pay for, 448.

Knatchbull, Sir Thomas, 386; half-pay for, 453.

Kneller, Sir Godfrey, King's Principal Painter, payment to for pictures, 51, 285, 340.

Knight, Isaac, captain in colonel Saunderson's regiment, half-pay for, 449.

-, John, riding officer for guarding the coast, 167, 192.

-, -, former Receiver General of Customs, 440.

-, Robert, boatman at Minehead, 275.

-, William, a messenger of the Chamber, 11, 13.

Knottingley, co. York, 255, 414.

Knowles, Joseph, tidesman in fee, London port, 233.

Knox, George, quarter-master, half-pay for, 397.

-, Thomas, trustee for Lady Helen Colville, 259.