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Index of persons and Places: U, Z

Pages 555-565

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

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U.

Underore Farm. See Windsor.

Uniack, James, lieutenant in colonel Cunningham's regiment, half-pay for, 397.

United Provinces. See Holland, States General.

Upcott, James, tidesman, Plymouth port, 125.

Upnor, co. Kent, garrison at, 331.

Upton, John, captain in major general Stewart's regiment, half-pay for, 155.

Upwell, co. Norfolk, 131.

Usher, John, cornet in colonel Leigh's regiment, half-pay for, 447.

Uthwayt, Robert, lieutenant in colonel Farrington's regiment, half-pay for, 450.

Uxbridge, co. Middlesex, 399.

V.

Val, du, pension for, 143.

Valada, , pension for, 143, 144.

Valcery, , pension for, 142.

Valette, la, pension for, 144.

Vall, de la, captain, payment for, 106.

Valle, le, pension for, 147.

Vallette, la, pension for, 146.

Valonge, pension for, 145.

Van Borselan (Borcelan). See Borselan.

Vanburgh (Vanbrug, Vanbrugh, Vanburg) William, deputy comptroller of the office of Treasurer of the Chamber, 8, 13, 14, 39, 172, 208, 277, 303, 325, 380.

Van Dalem. See Dalem.

Vander Esch. See Esch.

Vanhomrigh. See Homrigh.

Vansisterflut, Henry, lieutenant in Sir J. Jacob's regiment, half-pay for, 156.

Vansull, Herman, servant to the late Queen, salary, 373.

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

Van Wosteine. See Wosteine.

Varbrook, John, captain in Sir C. Shovel's regiment, half-pay for, 452.

Varrio (Verrio), Signor, painter, payment to for a painting at Windsor, 8, 166, 338, 434; other payments, 73, 189.

Vassur, , charity for, 375.

Vauchin, Thomas, ensign in colonel Saunderson's regiment, half-pay for, 449.

Vaudiere, , pension for, 142.

Vaudois Ministers etc., charity for, 374.

Vaugensinner (Vogensinner), John, ensign in colonel Colt's regiment, pay for, 356; half-pay, 350, 453.

Vaughan, , colonel, pension for, 181.

-, Griffith, second lieutenant in Sir C. Shovel's regiment, half-pay for, 452.

-, Helen, Mrs., payment to, 160.

-, Oliver, tidesman, London port, 196.

-, Parkin, captain in colonel Coote's regiment, half-pay for, 448.

Vauri, , pension for, 145.

Vaux, John, drowned in India, 188, 289.

-, Richard, petition of for reward for himself and his uncle T. Melbourne for entering duplicates of of taxes in the King's Remembrancer's Office, 50, 291, 302; payment to, 417.

-, Susan, widow of John, petition of, 188, 289.

Vauxhall (Fauxhall), co. Surrey, lease of, 122.

Veel, William, comptroller of Sandwich port, salary, 310.

Velleneve, , pension for, 144.

Velote, , pension for, 146.

Venevelle, Venevelles, Vennevelle, de, madame, annuity, pension or royal bounty for, 32, 236, 372, 375.

Venice, Italy, 196.

Venner, , colonel, regiment of, 275.

Verangeville, de, madame, royal bounty for, 372.

Verangle, , pension for, 142.

Verazell, Daniel de, pension for, 144.

Verboon, , Mrs., charity for, 374.

Verdelle, , pension for, 147.

Verdier, , pension for, 146.

Verdun. See Castel.

Verkuylen, Joost, charity for, 374.

Vernede, la, pension for, 146.

Verniere, la, pension for, 145.

Vernon, , colonel, estate of, 200.

-, Grace, Mrs., estate of colonel Vernon, 200.

-, James, a Secretary of State, 31, 72, 91, 112, 209, 229, 250, 284, 300, 337, 411, 436; secret service issues to, 31, 230, 314, 435, 437.

-, Mary, daughter and heiress of colonel Vernon, 200.

-, Richard, landwaiter, Chester port, dismissed, 302.

-, Sir Thomas and Thomas of London, merchants, petition of, 226.

Vernoux, , pension for, 146.

Verrio. See Varrio.

Verrytt, Joan, necessary woman, to attend the King in Holland, 393.

Vertange, Peter & Co., merchants, petition of, 359.

Vese, de, pension for, 145.

Vesian, Charles, pension for, 142.

Vestieu, , pension for, 144.

Vialas, , pension for, 147.

Vickers, John, servant to the late Queen, salary, 373.

Vicouze, , pension for, 146.

Viell, du, Mile., royal bounty for, 372.

Vienna, Secretary at. See Sutton, R.

Vignaud, , pension for, 143.

Vigneul, , pension for, 144.

Vignoles, , pension for, 143.

Vignote, , pension for, 147.

Vileneuf, , captain, pay due to, 275.

Villattes, de, madame, royal bounty for, 372.

Villemeson, , pension for, 146.

Villeneave, de, madame, charity for, 374.

Villeneuve, Gideon, captain, arrears of pay, 379.

Villiers, , Mrs., payment to, 373.

-, Charles, Customs searcher at Gravesend, 254, 382.

-, Edward, Earl of Jersey, late Ambassador in France, 57, 292, 354.
-, Plenipotentiary in Holland, 354.
-, a Secretary of State, 40, 91, 102, 105, 167, 178, 209, 233, 284, 396, 411, 435, 436, 437.
-, Ranger or Keeper of Hyde Park, 101, 225, 392, 399.
-, lease to of a house in Hyde Park, 101, 376, 392, 399.
-, lodgings of in Hampton Court, 227.
-, secret service issues to, 31, 61, 230, 314, 316, 435, 437.
-, payments to, 39, 373.

-, George, Viscount Grandison of Limerick, 38; pension of, 54, 295.

-, -, colonel, half-pay for, 154; regiment of disbanded, 154.

-, Mary, Duchess of Buckingham, payments to, 63, 339, 434; royal bounty for, 286, 312, 323, 437.

Viman, , pension for, 143.

Vincent, John, boatman at Studland Bay, 391.

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

Vinche, Jacob, servant to the late Queen, salary, 373.

Virazell, Baron de, pension for, 142.

Virginia, co. Cavan, barracks at, 366.

Virginia, Colony of, Attorney General of. See Fowler, B.
-, Auditor of, salary, 432. See also Aldworth, W.; Byrd, W.
-, chaplains going to. See Andrews, .; Bastock, .; Burnet, .; Jones, ,; Richardson, .; Sanders, .; Sharp, .; Walker, .; Whateley, S.
-, Governor of. See Nicholson, F.
-, late Governor of. See Andrews, Sir E.
-, reports in general on the revenues of the Island and in particular as to the offices of Auditor and Receiver being held by the same official, 4313.
-, tobacco from, 428, 432, 433.
-, James River in, collector of Customs at, See Heyman, P.; Hill, E.; Luke, G.
-, Rappahannock River in, collector of Customs at. See Chichester, R.

Virgoe, John, master of the Prosperous Christian, petition of, 246.

Vittenvall, de, mdlle, charity for, 374.

Vivarie, la, pension for, 144.

-, -, major in the Earl of Lifford's French regiment, pay for, 336.

Vivas, du, reformed officer, pension for, 336.

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

Voden, Nicholas, late boatswain of the Mary yacht, 127.

Vogensinner. See Vaugensinner.

Von Loon. See Loon.

Vote, la, Mrs., pension for, 148.

W.

Wadds, William, Lieutenant, half-pay for, 449.

Wade, , 33.

-, Ambrose, Customs riding officer for guarding the coast, 168.

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

Wagget, Thomas, captain, half-pay for, 448.

Walcot, William, first lieutenant, half-pay for, 452.

Waldegrave, Henry, 1st Lord Waldegrave, late comptroller of the Household, plate returned by the executors of, 355.

Wales, Auditor of, 98, 263, 279, 391, 408, 429, 441; deputy auditor for, See Chetwynd, C.; Lord President of. See Macclesfield, Earl of; Receiver General of taxes for, prosecution of, 336.

Wales, North, Receiver of land revenues for, account demanded from, 279, 429; Receiver of taxes for, 295, 352; Receiver General of assessments for, 426.

Wales, South, Receiver of land revenues for, account demanded from, 279, 429.

Waley, John, army chaplain, half-pay for, 449.

Walford, Hugh, surveyor and inspector of taxes for London, Westminster and Middlesex, 188; surveyor of the duties on Houses and on Marriages, 164.

-, Michael, deceased, former collector of Sandwich port, 438.

Walker, , clerk, going to Virginia as chaplain, 139.

-, Elizabeth, wife of Thomas, 252.

-, George, lieutenant, half-pay for, 447.

-, Henry, lieutenant, half-pay for, 451.

-, Hester, appointed nurse at Chelsea Hospital, 56; petition of, for payment for provisions supplied to troops in Ireland, 205, 291; payments to, 85, 220; royal bounty for, 372.

-, John, Usher of the Exchequer Court, 250, 315, 428.

-, -, in custodiam lease of lands in co. Lancaster to, 413.

-, Robert, quarter master, half-pay for, 155.

-, Thomas, Housekeeper of the King's House at Newmarket, 252; grant of the said office void by the death of Elizabeth his wife, 268; warrant for, 41.

-, -, searcher, London port, 425.

-, William, gratuity for, 223.

- See also Elliot, Elizabeth.

Waller, James, captain in colonel St. John's regiment, half-pay for, 152.

-, -, captain, lieutenant governor of Charlesfort and Kinsale, pension for, 60, 325.

-, William, surveyor of the duties on Houses and on Marriages, 408.

Walley, Ralph, bills of, 255.

Wallingford, co. Berks, castle and manor of, 228, 231.

Wallinger, Walter, Secondary in the office of the Pipe, 195.

Wallis, James, lieutenant, half-pay for, 152.

-, John, lieutenant, half-pay for, 152.

-, -, payment to, 121.

Walmer, co. Kent, castle, captain of, 330.

Walmoore. See Moore.

Walney Island, co. Lancaster, 234, 376.

Walsh, Thomas, of London, merchant, petition for delivery of tobacco bonds, 337.

Walsham, co. Norfolk, hundred of, taxes, 162.

Waltham Forest, keepers, woodward and rangers of, arrears of wages, 356; lieutenant, chief ranger and keepers of, salaries, 360; officers of, salaries, 85; Chapel Heinault, Walthamstow, Leighton, Woodford, Loughton, Lamburne, New Lodge and Chingford walks in, 360; Walwood and Homefright Woods in, 360.

Walton, Parry, repairer of pictures, paypayment to, 218, 224.

Wamore. See Moore.

Wannell, Henry, weighing porter at Plymouth, 125.

Wansbrough, Robert, ensign, half-pay for, 451.

-, William, captain, half-pay for, 156.

Warbstow, co. Cornwall, 414.

Warcup, , Mrs., charity for, 375.

Ward, , captain, survey of Falmouth port made by, 192; survey of Bideford port by, 212.

-, Edward, executor of Patrick Gilmore, petition of, 255.

-, George, landwaiter, Plymouth port, to be riding officer, 125.

-, John, sheriff of co. Sussex, accounts of, 392.

-, William, condemned for transporting wool, 255; compounds for an exportation of wool, 400.

Wardelham, co. Hants, manor of, 205, 206.

Wardlow, Gideon, quarter master, halfpay for, 397.

Wardour, William, Clerk of the Pells, 326.

Ware, James, boatman at Southampton River on Hamble side, 427.

Waring, John, searcher of Customs in the port of Chester, Beaumaris and Liverpool, 123, 318.

Warless, William, ensign, half-pay for, 450.

Warlow, Walter, surveyor of the duties on Houses and on Marriages, 131.

Warner, Henry, lieutenant, half-pay for, 397.

-, John, Master of his Majesty's Barges, 224.

-, Richard, King's waiter, London port, 181.

Warnford, George, riding surveyor on the borders of Scotland, dismissed, 328.

Warren, the. See Folkestone.

Warren, Henry, lieutenant, half-pay for, 449.

-, Maurice, lieutenant, half-pay for, 449.

-, Robert, customer of Plymouth port, 177, 315.

-, Theobald, lieutenant, half-pay for, 154.

Warrington, co. Lancaster, 371; post stage at, 396.

Warwick, county of, Receivers General of assessments, etc., 205, 214, 281, 323; sheriff of. See Colmore, W.

Washington, , colonel, 215.

-, Henry, grant of lands and a tenement in or near Cookham, 136, 201, 228.

-, Penelope, Elizabeth, Katherine and Mary, daughters of Colonel Washington, grant of lands in Pointon, 215.

Waterford, co. Waterford, 367.

Waterson, Symon, examiner of the outports books of the Customs, 255.

Watkins, , a surgeon, 10.

-, Ferdinando, a witness, 13.

-, Fleetwood, cornet, half-pay for, 397.

-, George, captain, half-pay for, 449.

-, Reynard, surveyor of the duties on Houses etc., for London, Westminster and Middlesex, 440, 443.

Watson [the Hon. John], servant to the late Queen, salary, 373.

-, Mary, royal bounty for, 372.

-, Robert, et al., conveying water from the river Ravensborne to East Greenwich, 428.

-, Thomas, bishop of St. David's, sentence against and appeal of, 3, 4, 5; deprived of the receivership of the sede vacante temporalities of St. David's, 303.

-, William, grant of the estate of Peirce Nagle, 141.

Watts, , tide surveyor, London port, 435.

Wayte (Weight), Daniel, quartermaster, half-pay for, 448.

-, Edward, deputy to the Customs searchers of Gravesend, 254.

-, John, lieutenant of marines, 343.

-, Richard, gratuity for, 223.

Weary, Thomas, tidesman and boatman at Bideford, 212.

Weaver, Edward, captain of a company of marines, 50, 287; half-pay for, 452.

-, John, customer inwards, Southampton port, 121.

-, -, information entered by, 317.

-, T., 185.

Webb (Web), , counsel, 54.

-, -, colonel, late Governor of the Bahama Islands, 167.

-, Cha., Customs officer at Chichester, 184.

-, John, captain of a company of marines in Sir C. Shovell's regiment, 287.

-, -, captain in Colonel T. Brudenall's regiment, half-pay for, 453.

-, -, quarter-master, half-pay for, 452.

-, -, fowl-keeper in St. James's Park, 58, 217, 301.

-, [John Richmond], colonel, petition of, 106; regiment of, disbanded, half-pay for the officers of, 155, 377, 397.

-, Robert, executor to John, payment to, 301.

-, Thomas, a clerk in the Alienation Office, 193.

Webberley (Weberley, Wibberly,) Thomas, major of a company of marines, 43, 264; half-pay for, 452.

Weberley. See Webberley.

Webster, Godfrey, army clothier, 137, 172.

-, Mary, royal bounty for, 372.

-, William, captain, children of, payment for, 126.

Weddall, Weddell, Robert, deputy warden of the mint at Chester, petition of and payment to, 214, 356.

Weeden, Weedon, , wine merchant, 99, 106.

Weight. See Wayte.

Wekett, William, messenger attending the Treasury, 174, 307, 393,

Welbeck, Richard, Stable-keeper at Reading, salary, 262.

Welbye, , plate lent to the Duke of Devonshire, 102.

Welch. See Welsh.

Wellow (Willow), co. Somerset, manor of, 277.

Wells. See Lynn Regis.

Wells, John, grant of Wardelham manor, 206.

Welsh (Welch), , 60.

-, Hunt, ensign, half-pay for, 154.

-, Henry, a preventive officer at Mostin, 234.

Wells, Walter, chaplain to brigadier Wyndham's regiment, 430.

Welstead, Henry, preventive officer in Poole port, dismissed for fraud, 383.

Wentworth, Thomas, Lord Raby, a Groom of the Bedchamber, 193, 328; regiment of dragoons of, 29, 75, 103, 341, 380, 391.

West, co. Cornwall, hundred of, assessments, 167.

West, Charles, cornet, half-pay for, 447.

-, -, King's waiter, London port, 136, 404.

-, Robert, petition of, post offices in America, 423.

West Flegg, co. Norfolk, hundred of, taxes, 162.

West Indies, 116; bibles sent to, 31; chaplains going to, issues for, 6, 17; negroes for, 196; regiments in, 70, 75, 254, 268, 348, 361; ships sent to, 317; squadron bound to, 306.

West Looe, co. Cornwall, surveyor at, 125.

West New Jersey, collector of Customs in, instructions to, for securing English vessels, 381.

Westlake, Hugh, rents of the manor of the Savoy, 301.

Westminster, co. Middlesex, 405; assessment commissioners for, 235; charity school at, 404; Dean and Chapter of. See Londonstreets, etc. (St. Margaret's); Great Bell at, 404; Keeper of the Great Clock at, salary, 350; Monastery, 350; royal house at, Keeper of, fee of, 351; Receivers General of assessments etc., 160, 214, 324, 443; surveyor and inspector of taxes for, salary of, 188, 443; Woolstaple in, 327.

Westmorland, county of, Receivers General of assessments etc., 266, 280, 298, 324, 334.

Westwood, Theophilus, underkeeper of New Park, near Richmond, 121, 298, 339.

-, Thomas, ensign, half-pay for, 448.

Wetherburne, David, Surveyor of duties on Houses and on Marriages, 380.

Wexford, co. Wexford, 137, 172, 367.

Wey, William, et al., lease of mines in co. Radnor, 436.

Weymouth, co. Dorset, 171, 275; collector at. See Bower, T.; Jackson, L.

Whaley, the widow, charity for, 375.

Wharton, Jonathan, surveyor at Plymouth, dismissed, 125.

-, Philip, Warden of the Mint, 248.

-, Thomas, Lord Wharton, plate issued to and returned by, 354; Warden Chief Justice and Justice in Eyre, Trent South, 202, 250; payments to, 35, 238.

-, Sir Thomas, Warden of the Mint, 248.

Whateley, Solomon, clerk, going to Virginia as a chaplain, 181.

Wheatley, William, payment to, for reparations in Hyde Park, 294.

Wheeler, , captain, purchase of Datchett Ferry, 420.

-, Oliver, lieutenant, half-pay for, 319, 454.

Whetham, John, King's waiter, Bristol port, 321.

Whicker, Benjamin, boatman at Torquay, 161.

Whinyard, Ann, keeper of the royal house at Westminster, 351.

Whiston, , 6, 44, 46.

-, James, letter of, 236.

Whitbread, Whitebread, Henry, Receiver General of assessments etc., co. Bedford, 183, 325.

Whitchurch, James, estate of John Caryll, 277.

White, , colonel, regiment of, 92.

-, -, clerk, going to Maryland as chaplain, 183.

-, Gilbert, of Hampshire, clerk, annuity of, 133.

-, Griffith, ensign, half-pay for, 152.

-, Hugh, ensign, half-pay for, 453.

-, Ignatius, ensign, half-pay for, 448.

-, John, captain-lieutenant, half-pay for, 450.

-, Nichols, lieutenant, half-pay for, 152.

-, Samuel, of Horsham, reversion of an annuity, 3867.

-, Thomas, captain, half-pay for, 152.

-, -, lieutenant, half-pay for, 152.

-, -, ensign, half-pay for, 451.

Whitebread. See Whitbread.

Whitehall. See London and WestminsterStreets.

Whitehall, John, ensign, half-pay, 452.

-, Lancelot, customer at Chichester port, 98, 384, 404; collector, Deal port, 406.

Whitehaven, co. Cumberland, 82, 275, 352, 356, 376, 384, 438; collector at. See Wildbore, M.; Customs establishment at, list of officers, 234.

Whitfeild, , clerk, going to the Leeward Islands as chaplain, 315.

Whitgrave, Thomas, pension for, 192, 194, 339, 424.

Whitley, Morgan, late Receiver General of taxes, co. Cheshire and N. Wales, 255, 391, 408; debt of, 98; prosecution of, 72, 336; petition of, for stay of process, 352.

Whitmore, George, captain, half-pay for, 447.

Whitney, Henry, ensign, half-pay for, 155.

-, Thomas, major, half-pay for, 154.

-, Thomas, captain, half-pay for, 397.

Whittacre, William, lieutenant, half-pay for, 452.

Whittaker, Charles, Foreign Apposer in the Exchequer Court, 195, 416.

Whittle, Margaret, royal bounty for, 372.

Whittlewood and Salcey Forest, cos. Bucks and Northampton, repair of lodges in, 359; coppices in Atterbury in Richard Gibbs' Walk; Sandeyhurst and Shipland both in Hazelborough Walk; Kitlake in Shoulbrooke Walk, felling in, 275.

Whittoff, William, lieutenant, half-pay for, 449.

Whitwood, James, Customs supervising riding officer, 168.

Whytt, , colonel, commander of the Londonderry regiment of foot, 379.

Wibberly. See Webberley.

Wibeaulf, James, lieutenant, half-pay for, 430.

Wicherley, Daniel, surrender of the tithes of Wilcox and Rescliffe, 208.

Wickham, Barlow, cornet, half-pay for, 448.

Wicklow, co. Wicklow, barracks at, 367.

Widdows, Thomas, a witness, 14.

Wiele, Eliz., servant to the late Queen, salary of, 373.

Wight, Isle of, assessments, 48; farmers in, sale of wool by, 236; garrison, 331; Governor of. See Cutts, Lord; late governor of, accounts of, 224; poor ministers of, pension for, 195; Receivers General of taxes for, 159, 417.

Wightman, Adam, ensign, half-pay for, 450.

Wilcot. See Willcott.

Wilcox (Willcox), , 20.

-, George, case against the Earl of Bellomont, 63.

Wildbore, , captain et al., petition of, on behalf of the officers of colonel Fox's regiment, 394.

-, Mark, Customer of Harwich, petition for remission of a debt incurred during his service at Whitehaven, 368; dismissed from Harwich, 424.

Wilkins, Barbara, charity for, 374.

-, Benjamin, lieutenant, half-pay for, 153.

-, John, waiter and searcher at Barry and Sully, 130.

Wilkinson, , captain, half-pay for, 451.

Willcott (Wilcot), co. Salop, tithes of, 208.

Willcox. See Wilcox.

Willems, John, charity for, 374.

William III, attending the Treasury, 27, 34, 37, 39, 41, 44, 46, 49, 51, 53, 55, 59, 60, 63, 65, 72, 75, 78, 85, 88, 91, 94, 96, 100, 101, 106.
-, At Newmarket, 59, 308, 338.
-, Expenses of, regulations for reducing, 44.
-, In Flanders, 10.
-, In France, 40.
-, In Holland, 24, 112, 124, 208, 282, 379, 393, 399, 420, 423, 428, 441.
-, Gift of silver by, 353.
-, Gifts of gilt plate by, 136, 245.
-, Horses for, from Barbary, 266.
-, Horses and horse hire, etc., in Holland, issues for, 101.
-, Landing of, at Torbay, 126.
-, Payment to, 86.
-, Presents from, 386, 391.
-, Progress into Scotland in 1699, 428.
-, Servants of, going abroad, pay of, 97.
-, Attending him in Holland, list of, 393.
-, Subscriptions to the East India Trade, 177.

William, Rice, Customs officer at Carnarvon, 234.

Williams, , 370.

-, Charles, captain of a company of marines, 27, 33, 38, 45, 240, 251, 343; half-pay for, 453.

-, Henry, in custodiam lease of lands in co. Wilts., 359.

-, John, bishop of Chichester, 275.

-, -, ensign, half-pay for, 448.

-, -, collector of Penzance port, 125.

-, -, surveyor, waiter and searcher in the Isle of Man, 302.

-, -, jerquer's place in Bristol port, 306.

-, Maurice, landwaiter, Chester port, 302.

-, Robert, a redeemed captive, 178.

-, William, highwayman, convicted, 139.

-, Sir William, grant of the stewardship of Menai and the manor of Rhosvair, 428.

Williamson, Edmund, a Serjeant-at-Arms, 193, 195, 376.

-, Sir Joseph, keeper of the State Paper Office at Whitehall, 225; late Ambassador in Holland, 293; Secretary of State and Plenipotentiary in Holland, 355.

-, Mary, widow of Ralph, late Receiver General, petition of, 413.

-, Ralph, late Receiver General for Yorks., Durham and Northumberland, 413.

-, Ralph, comptroller of Newcastle port, 124, 160, 162, 183, 185; annuity for, 270.

-, Robert, place as head-searcher, London port, 6, 31, 36, 54, 110, 117, 119, 184, 230, 246.

Willis, , widow, debt owing to, 134.

-, Charles, captain, half-pay for, 153.

-, Jacob, boatman, Sunderland port, 192.

-, John, carrying Post Office letters, 405.

-, Thomas, ensign, half-pay for, 452.

-, -, boatman at Combwich, 275.

- See also Wills.

Willoughby, , lady, charity for, 374.

-, , quarter-master, half-pay for, 398.

-, Elizabeth, charity for, 374.

Willow. See Wellow.

Wills, Charles, Lieutenant-colonel and as captain, half-pay for, 449.

Wills (Willis), Sir Edward, a sheriff of London and Middlesex, 205, 326.

Wilmott, Daukin, ensign, half-pay for, 450.

Wilson (Willson), John, lieutenant, halfpay for, 448.

-, -, landwaiter, Chester, 302.

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

-, Robert, adjutant, half-pay for, 155.

-, Thomas, Dr., sentence of deprivation against, 129.

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

Wilts, county of, late sheriff of. See Curle, J.; Receivers General of assessments etc., 214, 324; surveyor and inspector of taxes for, salary, 188.

Wiltshire, Thomas, lieutenant, half-pay for, 453.

Winchelsea, co. Sussex, 168.

Winchelsea, Viscountess. See Finch, E.

Winchester, co. Southampton, new building at, accounts of, 305; St. Giles' Hill fair near, 206.

Wind, Robert, tidesurveyor at Plymouth port, 163.

Windham. See Wyndham.

Windsor, 8, 20, 72, 172, 228, 245, 287, 320, 321, 338.
-, churchwardens, annuity for, 298.
-, corporation of, 220.
-, Datchett Lane in, 216, 220, 222.
-, disabled soldiers lodged at, 453.
-, garrison, 331.
-, inhabitants of, petition of, 56.
-, King's palace at, 331.
-, lands called Great Romney alias The Island, Little Romney and Highfield near, 220, 222.
-, Mayor, etc., of, petition of, for relief of the poor, 232; yearly payment to, as compensation for enclosure of lands, 318.
-, Mill, tenant of, 220.
-, painting at, issues for, 285.
-, parish church, vicars of, yearly allowance to, in lieu of tithes, 283.
-, park at, issues for, 53; lands purchased for, 112, 419; wall, 216.
-, poor knights of, payment to, 31, 339.
-, poor of, issues for, 61, 315.
-, rectory of, impropriator of. See Powney, R.
-, Underore Farm in, 216, 220, 222.
-, works at, 89, 112, 429; paymaster of, 117. See also Roberts, W.

Windsor Castle and Honor, artisans and workmen of, petition of, 208.
-, constable of, salary, 157, 439.
-, gilding at, 33, 232.
-, housekeeper at. See Rendue, T.
-, officers of, issues for, 30, 191, 210, 227.
-, painting at, by Varrio, 8, 285, 434.
-, Receiver of. See Roberts, W.
-, revenues, fees to be transferred into the Exchequer, 3.
-, water engine at, keeper of, payment to, 191. See also Taylor, J.
-, works at, issues for, 430.

Windsor Forest, 413; New Lodge in, housekeeper at, salary, 157, 439.
-, lieutenant at, salary, 157, 439.
-, officers of, salaries, 135.
-, Swainmote Court charges, payment of, to the steward, 382.
-, underkeeper of, salary, 157.
-, woodward of, salary, 237.
-, Battles Walk, keeper of, issues for, 217.
-, Battles Walk alias Battles Bailiwick, circuitor or bailiff of, allowances to, 224.
-, Bigshott Rails, keeper of, issues for, 217.
-, Bigshott or Bagshot Walk, underkeeper of, salary of, 237, 439.
-, Easthampstead Walk, underkeeper of, salary, 237, 439.
-, Sandhurst Walk, underkeeper of, salary, 237, 439.

Windsor Great Park, 56, 93, 250.
-, Chief Ranger of, 283.
-, Manor Lodge, Middle Lodge, Sandpitt Gate Lodge, Mote Park Lodge and New Lodge in, repairs at, 369.

Windsor Little Park, 228, 231, 232, 318; underkeeper of, petition of, for payments to, 232.

Windsor Mote Park, rent of, 71, 117, 250, 339, 344; sale of, 93, 94.

Windsor Wood, felling in, 221.

Windsor, Thomas, Viscount Windsor, a Groom of the Bedchamber, 193, 328; regiment of, 320; disbanded, list of officers on half-pay, 447.

Wingfeild, George, lieutenant-colonel, killed in the battle of Landen, 251.

-, George, lieutenant, half-pay for, 449.

-, James, King's waiter, London port, 158, 404.

-, Martha, widow of George, royal bounty for, 251.

-, Thomas, quarter-master, halfpay for, 151.

Winnington, Wynington, Sir Francis, sale of sheep and horses, 26, 209.

Winstanley, Daniel, Customs officer at Frodsham Bridge, 234.

Winter, Daniel, ensign, half-pay for, 449.

-, William, alias Carr, Anthony, highwayman, convicted, 139.

Wintour, Robert, clerk in the Crown Office of the King's Bench, 224.

Wirksworth, co. Derby, 235.

Wise, Henry, gardener at Bushey Park, 251; works done by, at Hampton Court, 47, 54, 70, 312, 434.

-, Thomas, forfeited lands of, in Queen's County, 402.

Wiseman, Samuel, Inspector and Controller of the Accounts of Malt Tickets of Benefits, 190, 419.

Witt, Cornelius de, cornet, half-pay for, 451.

Witzhuysen, Matchen, charity for, 374.

Wolfe (Wolf), , widow of lieutenant, charity for, 374.

-, Sir John, sheriff of London and Middlesex, 326.

-, John, et al., lease of mines in Cantermerlenydd, 200.

-, Mary, laundress of the Table, to attend the King in Holland, 393.

Wolse, Christopher, Customs riding officer for guarding the coast, 167.

Wolseley (Woolesley, Woolsey), John, a Customs noontender, 254.

-, Rich, captain, half-pay for, 151.

-, [William, colonel or brigadier], regiment of horse of, 151, 390.

-, William, late Conservator and Supervisor of the Forest of Dean, 202, 411; payment to the executors of, 288.

Wolstenholme, Thomas, customer of Bridgwater port, 138.

-, Thomas, collector of Minehead, 209.

Wombwell (Wombel), , a special Customs officer, 115.

Wood, , lady, 27.

-, [Cornelius], colonel, regiment of horse of, 29, 75, 109, 341, 380, 408, 430.

-, Daniel, assessor and collector for Wirksworth, 235.

-, Sir Edward, 35, 36, 201.

-, Henry, captain, half-pay for, 397.

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

-, Robert, payment to, 281.

-, See also Hawkins.

Woodcock, John, lieutenant, half-pay for, 453.

-, Thomas, Receiver General of assessments etc., co. Leicester, 214, 259.

Woodruffe (Woodroff, Woodruff), Isaac, late rector of Pulborough, 262, 276.

-, Mary, widow of Isaac, petition of, arrears of tenths, 262, 276.

Woodson, , 119.

Woodward, , mortgaged estates of, 282, 283.

-, Samuel, lands of, in co. Warwick extended for debt, 263.

-, Susanne, royal bounty for, 372.

-, Thomas, lands of, in co. Warwick extended for debt, 263.

Woodwart, John, captain, half-pay for, 156.

Woolaston, Richard, of co. Herts., taxes received by, 351.

Woolf, John, et al., lease of mines in co. Radnor, 436.

Woolmer. See Alice Holt.

Wootten. , 7.

Worcester, county of, auditor of, 232; Excise collector for. See Clark, T.; Receiver General of assessments, 324; surveyor and inspector of taxes for, salary, 188; waste lands in, rents of, 263.

Worcester, co. Worcester, fight at, 110, 191; Receiver General of assessments for, 324.

Worden Point [co. Sussex], 168.

Worsop, , Mrs., servant to the late Queen, salary of, 373.

Worth, Ambrose, warehouse keeper in Plymouth port, 245, 254.

Worth, John, merchant, grant to, of the arreas of profits of the office of Havenor of the Duchy of Cornwall, 361.

-, -, et al., lease of the office of Havenor of the Duchy of Cornwall, 233, 291.

Worthington [Elizabeth], servant to the late Queen, salary, 373.

-, William, charity for, 374.

Wortly, Henry, captain, half-pay for, 454.

Wosteine, Jacob van, servant to the late Queen, salary of, 373.

Wray, Christopher, major and as captain, petition of, 418; half-pay for, 450.

-, Joseph, in custodiam lease of the advowson of Heathfield church, 256.

Wreckham, John, ensign, half-pay for, 152.

Wren, Sir Christopher, Surveyor General of the Works, 16, 56, 57, 62, 164, 180, 185, 270, 272, 406, 442; a trustee for Greenwich Hospital, 400.

Wright, , captain, squadron of ships of, sent to the West Indies, 279.

-, John, loan by, 269.

-, -, et al., petition of, 302.

-, -, le, captain, half-pay for, 100, 319, 454.

-, Sir Nathan, keeper of the Great Seal, annuity or royal bounty for, 363, 369, 402; to take possession of Powys House, 442.

-, Peter, alderman of Macclesfield, bills of, 388.

-, Samuell, ensign, half-pay for, 152.

Wrightson, Albert, quarter-master, halfpay for, 397.

Writtle, John, captain, petition for share in a seizure, 61, 349.

Wrotham, co. Kent, 131.

Wyatt, Walter, Surveyor of the Duties on Marriages and on Houses, 168.

-, William, surveyor and inspector of taxes, co. Wilts, 188.

Wybrants, Edward, captain, half-pay for, 154.

Wych, Sir Cyril, lease of mines in Cantermelenydd, 200.

Wye, the river, 427.

Wyndham (Windham), co. Sussex, prebendary of the prebend of. See Harrison, J.; Reynell, J.

-, Ann, lady, house of, near St. James's Park, 170; daughters of, pensions for, 191, 192, 424.

-, Sir Charles, petition of, for lease of tithes in Bestwall and a cottage in Knottingley, 60, 255, 414.

-, Clere, deputy under-searcher, London port, 240.

-, Sir Edm., father of Sir Charles, 255, 414.

-, Frances, daughter of Dame Ann, pension for, 194, 424.

-, Sir Francis, pension for, 102, 191, 191, 393.

-, Hugh, brigadier or colonel, regiment of, 75, 100, 109, 341, 342, 408; chaplain to. See Wells, W.

-, Mahaliel, doorkeeper of the House of Peers, 395.

-, Rachell, daughter of Dame Ann, pension for, 194, 424.

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

Wynington. See Winnington.

Wynn (Wynne), , colonel, regiment of dragoons of, 390.

-, Katherine, Mris., pension for, 142.

-, James, ensign, half-pay for, 153.

-, Owen, Warden of the Mint, 248.

Wyvell, William, riding surveyor of Customs at Bahama and Sassafras, 161.

Wyvill, Francis, Receiver General of assessments, cos. York, Durham and Northumberland, 324; Receiver General of land tax and Receiver General of duties on Marriages and on Houses for the same, 160.

Y.

Yarborow, Stamp, ensign in colonel Saunderson's regiment, half-pay for, 449.

Yard, Robert, secretary to the Lords Justices, 12, 17, 24, 167, 187, 207, 407.

Yarmouth, co. Norfolk, 173, 233, 326, 367.

collector of. See Clark, T.

comptroller of. See Spendlove, F.

North, garrison at, 331.

Receiver General of taxes for, 162.

Yarmouth, Earl of. See Paston, W.

Yarnold, William, et al., conveying water from the river Ravensbourne to East Greenwich, 428.

Yates, , 60.

-, -, clerk, going to Virginia as chaplain, 438.

-, Nicholas, pension of payable to his heirs, 192, 203, 425.

-, Richard, royal bounty for, 372.

-, Ruth, payment to, 375.

Yeo, Richard, tenant of Stratton Sanctuary manor, 230.

Yonge. See Young.

York, county of, Receivers General of assessments etc., 160, 183, 324, 413; North Riding, commissioners of land tax for, 130.

York, co. York, clipped money melted in, 137; Receiver General of assessments, 324; mint at, deputy warden of. See Banister, G.

York. See also Fort Bourbon.

York, Duke of (the following being prior to his accession as James II), grant of Richmond manor to, 37.

Youghal, co. Cork, 367.

Young (Younge, Younge), , going to Virginia as chaplain, 180.

-, -, messenger, captured by a French privateer, 303.

-, Anthony de, charity for, 374.

-, Gusta, surveyor of House duties, co. Northumberland, 184.

-, John, a coinclipper, arrested, 194.

-, Ralph, a messenger of the Chamber, 10, 11, 12.

-, Sir Walter, a Commissioner of Customs, 80, 81, 201.

-, William, steward or bailiff of the manor of Hampton, 60, 61, 76, 87, 90, 110, 119, 286; patent for the custody of parks at Hampton Court, 362.