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CodeDescriptionSurnameBusinessLocationScope and Content
PLIC/1/1999Martin Gleeson, 50 Parnell Street, Dublin.GleesonParnell StreetClaim for £92 17s 10d for damage to windows and doors, and theft of stock by looters at 50 Parnell Street, Dublin. Payment of £66 19s 7d recommended by the Committee.
PLIC/1/2313James Gleeson, 1 Inns Quay, Dublin.GleesonInns QuayForms not present. Includes note stating file was sent to the Under Secretary on the 22 March 1917. Claim declined by Committee.
PLIC/1/3223George Gleeson, 1 Inns Quay, Dublin.GleesonInns Quay; Eden QuayClaim for £10 13s 6d for loss of clothing by fire at 3 Eden Quay, Dublin. Payment of £8 8s 6d recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/3633Thomas Gleeson, 119 Leeson Street Upper, Dublin.GleesonHopkins and Hopkins, jewellersSackville Street Lower [O'Connell Street Lower]; Leeson Street UpperClaim for £3 15s for loss of silver watch by fire at Hopkins and Hopkins, jewellers, 1 Sackville Street Lower [O'Connell Street Lower], Dublin. Payment of £1 15s recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/3660Patrick J Gleeson, trading as Gleeson and Company, 11 Sackville Street Upper [O'Connell Street Upper], Dublin.GleesonGleeson and CompanySackville Street Upper [O'Connell Street Upper]Claim for £17 15s for destruction of windows due to rifle fire at 11 Sackville Street Upper [O'Connell Street Upper, Dublin. Claim declined by Committee, insurance company deemed liable.
PLIC/1/1098Mary J Gleeson and Catherine A Ennis, Richmond Hill House, Kilmainham, Dublin.Gleeson; EnnisKilmainhamClaim for £55 for cabbages looted at Richmond Hill House, Kilmainham, Dublin. Payment of £30 recommended by Committee.