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CodeDescriptionSurnameBusinessLocationScope and Content
PLIC/1/0282Margaret Holmes, 2-3 Tara Street, Dublin.HolmesTara Street; Liberty HallClaim for £12 15s for damage to glass and woodwork caused by bombardment of Liberty Hall, Dublin. Full payment recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/0337Mary Kenny, 11 Tara Street, Dublin.KennyTara Street; Liberty HallClaim for £110 5s for stock and fixtures damaged by the vibrations of shelling of Liberty Hall. Payment of £35 recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/4566Mary Ann Ryan, 10 George's Quay, Dublin.RyanGeorge's Quay; Liberty HallClaim for £27 14s 6d for damage to building due to gunfire and cannon fired from Liberty Hall at 10 George's Quay, Dublin. Payment of £17 14s 6d recommended by Committee.
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/1/5901John Ward, 35 Ship Street, Belfast.WardShip Street; Beresford Place; Liberty HallClaim for £62 2s 6d for destruction of clothing, jewellery, books and personal effects at Northumberland House, Beresford Place, Dublin, after the bombardment and destruction by the gunboat Helga of the adjoining building at Liberty Hall, Dublin. Payment of £40 recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/6146Annie Cummins and Daniel Cummins, 7 Moss Street, Dublin.CumminsMoss Street; Tara Street; Liberty HallClaim for £18 8s 5d for destruction of household effects as a result of the bombardment of Liberty Hall by Crown forces resulting in damage to 11 Tara Street, Dublin. Payment of £7 5s recommended by Committee.