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CodeDescriptionSurnameBusinessLocationScope and Content
PLIC/1/0254Martha Harris, 1 Dame Street, Dublin.HarrisDame StreetClaim for £12 6s 1d stock-in-trade lost in looting at 1 Dame Street, Dublin. Payment of £9 recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/0260Doris G Harris, Chelmsford, Avoca Avenue, Blackrock, Dublin.HarrisRoyal Hibernian AcademyAvoca Avenue; Abbey Street LowerClaim for £10 for destruction of two oil paintings in the Royal Hibernian Academy, Abbey Street Lower, Dublin. Payment of £3 14s recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/0261Reginald T Harris, Saintsbury, Killiney, Dublin.HarrisHenrietta Street; KillineyClaim for £15 for damage to walls, roof and glass by gunfire at 15-16 Henrietta Street, Dublin. Payment of £14 5s recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/0264Israel Harris, 14 Greenville Terrace, South Circular Road, Dublin.HarrisGreenville Terrace; South Circular Road; Henry Place; Henry StreetClaim for £39 11s 6d for damage to household effects at 1 Henry Place, Henry Street, Dublin. Payment of £23 recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/1714Annie Harris, representing Daniel Harris and Sons, billiard and bagatelle table manufacturers, 43 ½ Mary Street, Dublin.HarrisGarrison Institute; D Harris and Son, billiard and bagatelle table manufacturersMary Street; Abbey Street MiddleClaim for £63 for billiard table and seats destroyed by fire at the Garrison Institute, 102 Abbey Street Middle, Dublin. Payment of £40 4s recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/1940Alfred W Harris, 22 Harcourt Street, Dublin.HarrisHarcourt Street; Abbey Street MiddleClaim for £62 for loss of rent due to the destruction of two five storey houses by direct bombardment by Crown forces at 67-68 Abbey Street Middle, Dublin. See PLIC/1/95, PLIC/1/2212 and PLIC/1/4032.
PLIC/1/2145Anne Harris, 20 Green Street, Dublin.HarrisGreen StreetClaim for £30 for damage to household goods and stock-in-trade taken by Crown forces to form a barricade at 20 Green Street, Dublin. Payment of £25 recommended by the Committee.
PLIC/1/3447Henry Edward W Harris, Inverary, Sydney Parade, Dublin.HarrisSydney Parade; Annesley BridgeClaim for £26 10s 5d for damage to motor car and looting of motor car accessories at Annesley Bridge, Clontarf, Dublin. Payment of £25 1s 5d recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/5126William Harris, secretary, Hamilton Long and Company Limited, 107 Grafton Street, Dublin.HarrisHamilton Long and Company LimitedGrafton Street; Sackville Street Lower [O'Connell Street Lower]; Harbour CourtClaim for £13,532 18s 4d for destruction of shop, fixtures and fittings, furniture, account books and property by fire and riots at 3 Sackville Street Lower [O'Connell Street Lower], Dublin, and 4 Harbour Court, Dublin. Payment of £8,743 10s 6d recommended by Committee; a further award of £10,369 also granted by Committee.
PLIC/1/5143Abraham LA Harris, 1 Mary Street, Dublin.HarrisMary StreetClaim for £42 11s 6d for damage to premises and looting of furniture and property by Crown forces to use as barricade at 1 Mary Street, Dublin. Payment of £31 recommended by Committee.
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