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CodeDescriptionSurnameBusinessLocationScope and Content
PLIC/1/0574William James Pile, 44 Park Avenue, Sandymount, Dublin.PilePark Avenue; Temple LaneClaim for £584 8s 11d for damage to stock-in-trade, office furniture and building at 11 Temple Lane South, Dublin. Payment of £508 5s 6d recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/4140John Barror, 29 Park Avenue, Sandymount, Dublin.BarrorPark Avenue; Four CourtsClaim for £3,120 4s for looting of stock and property at refreshment rooms, Four Courts, Dublin. Payment of £1,594 recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/3578Oliver S Robinson, Ellerslie, 13 Park Avenue, Sandymount, Dublin.RobinsonWilliam Curtis and Sons, brass and bellfoundersPark Avenue; Abbey Street MiddleClaim for £5 5s for loss of clothing by fire at the premises of William Curtis and Sons, brass and bellfounders, 98-99 Abbey Street Middle, Dublin. Full payment recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/5066Sarah Jane Donaldson, 37 Park Avenue, Sydney Parade, Dublin.DonaldsonPark Avenue; Charles Street GreatClaim for £10 2s 6d for damage to building and destruction of wallpaper at 26 Charles Street Great, Dublin. Full payment recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/5587Maude Moreau, 2 Grace Park Avenue, Drumcondra, Dublin.MoreauGrace Park Avenue; Marlborough StreetClaim for £3 15s for looting of gold by Crown forces that had been held under pawn at 85 Marlborough Street, Dublin. Payment of £1 10s recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/2919CJ Horchert, salesman, 24 Leeson Park Avenue, Dublin.HorchertHopkins and Hopkins, jewellersSackville Street [O'Connell Street]; Leeson Park AvenueClaim for £1 13s for loss of tools due to destruction of premises by fire at Hopkins and Hopkins, jewellers, Sackville Street [O'Connell Street], Dublin. Claim declined by Committee.
PLIC/1/0393H and J Martin Limited, 9 Grand Canal Street Upper, Dublin.H and J Martin Limited; Leinster Building WorksGrand Canal Street Upper; Leinster Avenue; Park View TerraceClaim for £44 for damage to glass by rifle and machine gun at Leinster Building Works, Grand Canal Street, Leinster Avenue, North Strand and Park View Terrace, East Wall, Dublin. Payment of £33 recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/3218Mary Hunt, 65 Park Avenue, Sydney Parade, Dublin.Hunt; ConnollyMiss Connolly, dress wareroomsPark Avenue; Sydney Parade; Sackville Street Lower [O'Connell Street Lower]Claim for £2 1s 7d for destruction of clothing by fire at the premises of M Connolly, dress warerooms, 42 Sackville Street Lower [O'Connell Street Lower], Dublin. Full payment recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/6494Catherine Jameson, Park Avenue, Sandymount, Dublin, care of WJ Coulter, 200 Great Brunswick Street [Pearse Street], Dublin.Jameson; Coulter; LowryMargaret J Lowry, pawnbrokerPark Avenue; Great Brunswick Street [Pearse Street]; Marlborough StreetClaim for £43 10s for looting of jewellery pawned at the premises of Margaret J Lowry, 85 Marlborough Street, Dublin. Claim declined by Committee as it was received past the deadline for submissions. Claim sent to the Under Secretary on 7 June 1917.