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CodeDescriptionSurnameBusinessLocationScope and Content
PLIC/1/0318Mary Jordan, 2 Swift's Row, Ormond Quay, Dublin.JordanOrmond Quay; Swift's RowClaim for £3 14s 6d for furniture requisitioned by Crown forces from 2 Swift's Row, Ormond Quay, Dublin. Payment of £2 19s 6d recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/3079Elizabeth Jordan, St Justin's, Dalkey, Dublin, employee of Clery and Company Limited, Dublin.JordanClery and Company LimitedSackville Street Lower [O'Connell Street Lower]; DalkeyClaim for £1 17s 6d for loss of clothing by fire at Clery and Company Limited, Sackville Street Lower [O'Connell Street Lower], Dublin. Full payment recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/3892James Jordan, Jordan Brothers, grocers, 19 Main Street, Enniscorthy, County Wexford.JordanJordan Brothers, grocersMain Street; Enniscorthy; WexfordClaim for £1 1s 2 1/2d for commandeering of foodstuffs by insurgents at Jordan Brothers, grocers, 19 Main Street, Enniscorthy, County Wexford. Payment of £1 1s 2d recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/3893Daniel Jordan, Market Square, Enniscorthy, County Wexford.JordanMarket Square; Enniscorthy; WexfordClaim for £4 5s 3d for commandeering of tobacco and goods by insurgents at Market Square, Enniscorthy, County Wexford. Full payment recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/3913Stephen Jordan, Enniscorthy, County Wexford.JordanEnniscorthy; WexfordClaim for £1 11s for commandeering of alcohol goods by insurgents at Enniscorthy, County Wexford. Claim not proceeded with.
PLIC/1/0759William Hopkins Jordan, Roseville, Drogheda, County Louth, representing FW Brittain Limited.Hopkins JordanFW Brittain Limited; JJ Keating, cycle and motor dealerDrogheda; Louth; Abbey StreetClaim for £55 for delivery van at JJ Keating, cycle and motor dealer, Abbey Street, Dublin. Payment of £50 recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/6440John A Sinnott and Company, Enniscorthy, County Wexford representing Daniel Jordan, and V Murphy, Market Square, Dublin.Jordan; MurphyJohn A Sinnott and Company, solicitorEnniscorthy; Wexford; Market SquareClaim for £23 9s for commandeering of goods belonging to V Murphy by Daniel Jordan's son, who was a participant on the side of the insurgents in the rebellion. The £23 9s was omitted from V Murphy's claim. Claim declined by Committee as it was received past the deadline for submissions.