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CodeDescriptionSurnameBusinessLocationScope and Content
PLIC/1/2409Edward Doyle, master, South Dublin Union Workhouse, on behalf of the Guardians of the South Dublin Union, Dublin.DoyleSouth Dublin UnionSt James's Street; Grand Canal Street; BallsbridgeClaim for £502 10s for damage by Crown forces and insurgents to premises, property and contents at St James's Street, Grand Canal Street and Ballsbridge, Dublin. Payment of £459 1s 7d recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/4540Mary Margaret Loughlin, Nurses Home, South Dublin Union, Dublin, and Edward Doyle, Master of the Workhouse, South Dublin Union, Dublin.Loughlin; DoyleSouth Dublin UnionSouth Dublin UnionClaim for £4 10s for looting of cash and destruction of clothing due to rifle fire and occupation by insurgents and Crown forces at the Nurses Home, South Dublin Union, Dublin. Payment of £2 10s recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/4541Patrick McEvoy, South Dublin Union, Dublin.McEvoySouth Dublin UnionSouth Dublin UnionClaim for £1 19s for looting of clothing by insurgents and Crown forces in occupation at 1 Auxiliary, South Dublin Union, Dublin. Full payment recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/6401Gerald R Fitzgerald, 60 Blessington Street, Dublin, representing Philip J Newport, wardmaster in charge, Auxiliary 1, South Dublin Union.Fitzgerald; NewportSouth Dublin UnionBlessington Street; South Dublin UnionClaim for £2 10s for destruction of coat by insurgents in occupation of the South Dublin Union. Claim declined by Committee as it was received past the deadline for submissions.
PLIC/1/2416Mary Carter, 8 Mount Brown, Kilmainham, Dublin.CarterRoyal Hospital; South Dublin UnionMount Brown; KilmainhamClaim for £74 10s for damage to furniture and clothing as a result of rifle and machine gunfire from the Royal Hospital, Kilmainham, Dublin, aimed at South Dublin Union. Payment of £36 15s recommended by Committee.