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CodeDescriptionSurnameBusinessLocationScope and Content
PLIC/1/1888Miss M Stuart, 7 Chancery Place, Dublin.StuartChancery PlaceClaim for compensation for goods destroyed during 'recent disturbance'. Claim not proceeded with due to late application.
PLIC/1/3286Reverend JL Stuart, Agher Rectory, Enfield, County Meath.StuartHopkins and Hopkins, jewellersSackville Street Lower [O'Connell Street Lower]; Enfield; MeathClaim for £3 for loss of silver watch left in for cleaning at Hopkins and Hopkins, jewellers, Sackville Street Lower [O'Connell Street Lower], Dublin. Payment of £1 recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/5041Patrick J Stuart, 34 Wexford Street, Dublin.StuartNorman Reeves, tailorWexford Street; Harcourt StreetClaim for £13 17s 10d for destruction of clothing stock by fire and for loss of profit at the premises of Norman Reeves, tailor, 96 Harcourt Street, Dublin. Payment of £1 17s 10d recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/5071Roy Stuart, Bective Street, Kells, County Meath.StuartJJ Keating, cycle and motor dealerBective Street; Kells; Meath; Abbey Street LowerClaim for £15 5d for destruction of motor cycle accessories by fire at JJ Keating, cycle and motor dealer, 3 and 32-33 Abbey Street Lower, Dublin. Full payment recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/5719Robert William Stuart, inspector of stores, Bankruptcy Office, Four Courts, Dublin, representing St John Ambulance Brigade.StuartBankruptcy Office; St John Ambulance BrigadeFour CourtsClaim for £3 4s 6d for looting by insurgents of uniforms and equipment belonging to St John's Ambulance Brigade at the Bankruptcy Office, Four Courts, Dublin. Full payment recommended by Committee.
PLIC/1/3320John Stuart Dudley, Belfast, County Antrim.Stuart DudleyBritish and Irish Steam Packet Company LimitedBelfast; Antrim; Abbey Street Middle; Sir John Rogerson's QuayClaim for £7 8s for damage to premises and looting of goods at 51 Abbey Street Middle, Dublin, and for looting of glass from the stores of the British and Irish Steam Packet Company Limited, Sir John Rogerson's Quay, Dublin. Full payment recommended by Committee.