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CodeDescriptionSurnameBusinessLocationScope and Content
PLIC/1/2053Patrick Tyghe, 28 Foley Street, Dublin.TygheFoley StreetClaim for £1 14s 8d for 26 gallons of milk taken by Crown forces at 28 Foley Street, Dublin. Full payment recommended by the Committee.
PLIC/1/1373P Raftery, 34 Foley Street, Dublin.RafteryPillar House, jewellersFoley Street; Henry StreetClaim for £5 for watch looted from the Pillar House, jewellers, 31A Henry Street, Dublin. Claim not proceeded with.
PLIC/1/1307Mary Reynolds, 115 Foley Street, Dublin.ReynoldsFoley Street; Gardiner Street LowerClaim for £10 for damage to contents of home at 79 Gardiner Street Lower, Dublin. Claim not proceeded with.
PLIC/1/4278Walter Carpenter, 110 Foley Street, Dublin, secretary, Independent Labour Party of Ireland.CarpenterIndependent Labour Party of IrelandFoley Street; Liberty Hall; Beresford PlaceClaim for £32 6s 6d for damage and destruction of furniture, paintings and property due to the use of artillery by Crown forces at Liberty Hall, Beresford Place, Dublin. Claim declined by Committee due to complicity by members of the Independent Labour Party of Ireland in the rebellion.
PLIC/1/4923John J Murphy, Municipal Buildings, Cork Hill, Dublin, deputy city treasurer, representing Dublin Corporation.MurphyDublin CorporationCork Hill; Parliament Street; City Hall; Castle Street; Thomas Street; Iveagh Market; Francis Street; Charles Street; Benburb Street; Linenhall Street; Foley Street; Cook Street; Bride's AlleyClaim for £687 4s 9d for damage to municipal buildings at Cork Hill, Dublin, City Hall, Dublin, 15 Parliament Street, Dublin, 26 Parliament Street, Dublin, 28 Castle Street, Dublin, Thomas Street Library, Dublin, Iveagh Market, Francis Street, Dublin, Charles Street Dispensary, Dublin, Benburb Street, Dublin, Linenhall Street, Dublin, Foley Street, Dublin, Cook Street, Dublin and Bride's Alley, Dublin. Payment of £593 18s 5d recommended by Committee.