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Cheeke, Russell Tipping families: Archer of Tanworth


William Lowndes [secretary to the Treasury] to [the commissioners of the revenue for Ireland]. Thomas Knightly [?Keightley], Thomas Southnell [?Southwell], Henry Everard, Henry Teneson to [the Lord Treasurer]. Godolphin [lord treasurer] to the commissioners of the revenue [for Ireland]. Copy of letter. Lady Russell having by the enclosed memorial asked for a state of the debt owing to Lady Dorchester out of the quitrents of Ireland, the Lord Treasurer directs such a state to be prepared. Copy of letter. They enclose the state of the debt owing to Lady Dorchester which shows £2,819:3:10 to be still owing, which should be cleared by Michaelmas next. Copy of Warrant. He authorises and requires them to take care that as soon as Lady Dorchester's arrears be paid, the overplus of the quitrents shall be applied to paying off the arrears on Lady Russell's pension. 19 Nov 1705; Custom House, Dublin, 12 Feb 1705/6; 13 Jun 1706