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CodeDescriptionSurnameBusinessLocationScope and Content
PLIC/1/1415Josephine M Byrne, 67 Northumberland Road, Dublin.ByrneHenry Street; Northumberland RoadClaim for £2,050 as the value on capitalised rent of 27 Henry Street, Dublin, which was destroyed by fire. See PLIC/1/3121.
PLIC/1/1609Henry Byrne, 11 Darley Street, Harold's Cross, Dublin.ByrneGeneral Post OfficeDarley StreetClaim for £1 5s 6d for overcoat and cap lost during disturbances at General Post Office, Sackville Street [O'Connell Street], Dublin. Full payment recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/1693David Byrne, St Anthony's Home, 14 Gloucester Street Upper [Seán MacDermott Street Upper], Dublin.ByrneGloucester Street Upper [Seán MacDermott Street Upper]; Sackville Street Upper [O'Connell Street Upper]Claim for £182 9s for property and personal belongings destroyed by fire at 8 Sackville Street Upper [O'Connell Street Upper], Dublin. Payment of £108 recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/1750Teresa Byrne, 12 South Lotts Road, Ringsend, Dublin.ByrneSouth Lotts Road; RingsendClaim for £1,020 for damage to property, loss of business and loss of husband's life at 12 South Lotts Road, Ringsend, Dublin. Payment of £5 recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/1787Thomas J Byrne, 12 Emmet Street, North Circular Road, Dublin.ByrneEmmet Street; North Circular RoadClaim for £10 7s 6d for damage to dining room furniture used by Crown forces at 12 Emmet Street, Dublin. Payment of £2 17s 6d recommended by the Committee.
PLIC/1/1911Patrick Joseph Byrne, 4 New Street, Dublin.ByrneNew Street; Lurgangreen; Castlebellingham; LouthClaim for £26 16s for damage to motor cycle and theft of various parts and accessories by the insurgents at Lurgangreen, near Castlebellingham, County Louth. Payment of £12 recommended by the Committee.
PLIC/1/2216Bridget Byrne, 36 Sir John Rogerson's Quay, Dublin.ByrneSir John Rogerson's QuayClaim for £24 1s for damage to furniture and personal belongings by rifle fire at 36 Sir John Rogerson's Quay, Dublin, and costs of temporary accommodation for family of seven during the rebellion. Payment of £7 14s recommended by the Committee.
PLIC/1/2264Patrick Byrne, Enniscorthy, County Wexford.ByrneCathedral Street; Enniscorthy; WexfordClaim for 15s for groceries and provisions seized by insurgents at Cathedral Street, Enniscorthy, County Wexford. Full payment recommended by the Committee.
PLIC/1/2341Patrick Byrne, Broohse Hill, Navan, County Meath.ByrnePillar House, jewellersBroohse Hill; Navan; Meath; Henry StreetClaim for £8 for looting of watches at the Pillar House, jewellers, 31A Henry Street, Dublin. Payment of £4 10s recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/2421Mary Byrne, Ballymacmoy, Kiltegan, County Wicklow.ByrneBallymacmoy; Kiltegan; Wicklow; Bishop StreetClaim for £8 5s for looting of clothes at O'Brien's residence, 56 Bishop Street, Dublin. Payment of £5 recommended by Committee.
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