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CodeDescriptionSurnameBusinessLocationScope and Content
PLIC/1/1452John F Finnegan, 26 Iona Road, Glasnevin, Dublin.FinneganIona Road; Sackville Street Lower [O'Connell Street Lower]Claim for £17 5s 6d for personal effects destroyed by fire at 28 Sackville Street Lower [O'Connell Street Lower], Dublin. Payment of £15 recommended by Committee. Includes two enclosures.
PLIC/1/2420James P Finnegan, 8 George's Quay, Dublin.FinneganGeorge's Quay; Capel StreetClaim for £153 10s for damage to shop, house and premises due to Crown forces occupation at 8 George's Quay, Dublin and at Capel Street, Dublin. Payment of £110 recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/3748Mary Finnegan, 175 King Street North, Dublin.FinneganKing Street NorthClaim for £10 for damage to window and clothing from gunfire at 175 King Street North, Dublin. Payment of £8 recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/4468John Finnegan, Warren House, Sutton, Dublin.FinneganJohn McDowell, jeweller and watchmakerSackville Street Upper [O'Connell Street Upper]; SuttonClaim for £1 10s for loss of silver watch by fire or looting at John McDowell, jeweller and watchmaker, 3 Sackville Street Upper [O'Connell Street Upper], Dublin. Full payment recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/6488ME Finnegan, 60 St Patrick's Road, Drumcondra, Dublin.FinneganClaim in relation to loss of week's salary at the premises of Gallagher and Company, 44 and 45 South Great George's Street, Dublin and 52 Stephen Street, Dublin between 24 April 1916 and 29 April 1916. Deemed consequential loss. Nil payment recommended by Committee.