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CodeDescriptionSurnameBusinessLocationScope and Content
PLIC/1/0193John P Farrelly, 8-9 Sheriff Street Lower, Dublin.FarrellySheriff Street LowerClaim for £202 15s 2d for shop fittings damaged by rioters and stock-in-trade looted at 8-9 Sheriff Street Lower, Dublin. Payment of £187 3s recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/2121Margaret Farrelly, 4 Church Avenue, Rathmines, Dublin.FarrellyChurch Avenue; Northumberland RoadClaim for £17 10s for clothing and jewellery destroyed during the disturbances at 25 Northumberland Road, Dublin. Payment of £12 recommended by the Committee.
PLIC/1/3870Mary Farrelly, 3 Hardwicke Street, Dublin.FarrellyPillar House, jewellersHardwicke Street; Sackville Street [O'Connell Street]Claim for £1 10s for loss of watch at the Pillar House, jewellers, 31A Sackville Street [O'Connell Street, Dublin. Claim not proceeded with.
PLIC/1/4525John Farrelly, 4 Cork Hill, Dublin.FarrellyCork Hill; Parnell StreetClaim for £69 1s 6d for looting of cash, clothing and jewellery by Crown forces in occupation at 74 Parnell Street, Dublin. Payment of £15 recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/4810John Farrelly, motor mechanic, 94 Amiens Street, Dublin.FarrellyJJ Keating, cycle and motor dealerAmiens Street; Abbey Street LowerClaim for £1 18s for loss of tools by fire at 33 Abbey Street Lower, Dublin. Full payment recommended by Committee.