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CodeDescriptionSurnameBusinessLocationScope and Content
PLIC/1/1959Mary Elizabeth Kennedy, 9 Mount Brown, Dublin.KennedyMount BrownClaim for £21 12s 6d for damage to walls, windows and roof of house by rifle fire at 9 Mount Brown, Dublin. Full payment recommended by the Committee.
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.
PLIC/1/3647Ellen Glynn, 8 Mount Brown, Dublin.GlynnRoyal HospitalMount Brown; KilmainhamClaim for £2 5s for damage to household goods caused by rifle fire coming from the Royal Hospital, Kilmainham, to 8 Mount Brown, Dublin. Payment of £2 recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/4557James D Mason, managing director, Dunlop Laundry and Dye Works Limited, Mount Brown, Dublin.MasonDunlop Laundry and Dye Works LimitedMount Brown; St Stephen's Green; Talbot StreetClaim for £19 9s for damage to windows at 13 St Stephen's Green, Dublin, and at 18 Talbot Street, Dublin. Payment of £19 recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/4370Colonel Henry Waugh Renny, managing director, Arthur Guinness Son and Company Limited, St James's Gate, Dublin.Waugh RennyArthur Guinness Son and Company LimitedSt James's Gate; Mount Brown; Marrowbone Lane; Anne Street; Barrow StreetClaim for £1,465 for damage to grain that deteriorated due to the occupation by insurgents of stores at Mount Brown, Dublin, Marrowbone Lane, Dublin, Anne Street, Dublin, and Barrow Street, Dublin. Deemed consequential loss by Committee. Includes legal opinion questioning the decision of the Committee.