Received: 2nd October 1711

Alexander Atéchisem, aged 30 of Kelichandre in Ireland, soldier of Sr. Anthony, Berwick’s Regiment, in which he says he has served 4 years. His left hand is crippled from a rifle shot at Benasque in Spain which puts him out of service. He comes at present from a company of invalids at Strasbourg.  Sergeant by trade. Catholic

 

 

Received: 17th November 1695

Died 31st July 1713.

John Asquier aged 36 of County Clare, soldier of the colonel of Charlemont’s Regiment, in which he says he has served 7 years. He has almost entirely lost his vision since six months ago which puts him out of service. Married in Paris: Catholic

 

 

Received 10th September 1693

Sent back. Given £11.10s. PSC

Jack Aubriin (O’Brien), aged 23 of County Lokerm in Ireland, soldier of Sr. Kelghane, Clare’s Regiment in which he says he has served 3 years as well as 3 in Ireland. He is extremely troubled by scrofula which puts him out of service. Catholic

 

 

Received 15th April 1694

Gave up his place 3rd September 1697. Given £15. PSC and his certificates were returned to him..

Daniel Arriin (O’Ryan) known as St Bonnaventure, aged 20 of County Kildare, soldier of Sr. Volusseau, in Marcheo’s Regiment in which he says he has served 4 years. He had his right thigh "cut" after a shot which he received at Ste Croix. Catholic.

 

 

Received 18th January 1709

Died 24th September 1731.

Philip Aubrin (O'Brien) known as Lafontaine aged 62 of Bord, County Laois, standard bearer of Sr. Howell's Company, French Guards’ Regiment in which he has served 27 years, borne out by his certificate, and says he has served 16 years in Douglas's more as ensign than as soldier. His wounds and other troubles put him out of service. Married in Paris: Catholic.

 

Received 19th August 1700

Re-entered service 3rd March 1701

Thady Autaran, aged 26 of County Fermanagh, soldier of Sr. Eustache, Albemarle’s Regiment under the Irish Marines, in which he has served 9 years, confirmed by his certificate. He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Catholic.

 

Received 23rd September 1700

Morgan Aubriin (O’Brien) aged 30 of County Limerick, soldier of Sr. Barnwall, Clare's Irish Regiment in which he has served 12 years, confirmed by his certificate. Catholic.

 

 

Received  25th November 1701

Recovered 17th February 1702.  Given £28 to provide the means for him to rejoin his company

John Argan aged 32 of County Cork, one of the gendarmes of the Duke of Berry, commanded by the Marquis of Champron, in which he says he has served 10 years, and 5 years as lieutenant in Montcassel’s Regiment. He is extremely troubled by several ulcers on his left leg resulting from a gun shot to his knee seven years ago. He bears an order from Mr Chamillart to be received to the recovery section only. Catholic.

 

Received  29th January 1678

Refused as he is not crippled and has no certificate

Robert Afrenat of Brosch in l’Eveché of Ostoie in Ireland, aged 40 years, soldier of Sr. Borno captain in Dongan’s Irish Regiment in which he says he has served seven years during which he received several wounds more to the body than to the legs which make him incapable of serving any more confirmed by his certificate from Sr. the Commissary of Wars in the department. three Evechés given at Toul 4th January 1678. Catholic. Single and knows no other trade.

 

 

Received 29th June 1675.

Gave up his place 20 April 1676

Laurence Abrin (O'Brien) aged 24 years, Irish, soldier of Kinnedic’s Company in Hamilton’s Regiment in which he has served since the creation of the regiment 5 years ago. He received several wounds from musket shots to both legs at Molsheim, from which he has a cut in the back of his lower left leg of which he is crippled. He bears a leave paper from the commandant of the regiment - below which is the certificate from Sr. Hamilton and the order from Lestappe of Monsieur the Intendant of Champagne. He has lived at the hospitals of Saverne and of Nancy since being wounded. Single. Roman Catholic.

 

Received 22nd August 1676. The same day he asked to retire to his homeland which was granted to him and he was given £24

Robert Ashe, Irish, aged 28 years, soldier of McNamara in Hamilton’s Regiment in which he has served 4 years. He is entirely incapable of continuing his services as the result of having his kidneys ruptured by horses’ feet during the last campaign at the passage of the Rhine. He bears a leave paper from his captain given at Toul 10th May last where he has lived since this time. Single. Catholic

 

 

Received 8th Nov. 1731

Robert Antell of Dioncolore, County Limerick

Received 20th July 1721

John Anglois, aged 43 years, of Clonmel, County Tipperary

Received 12th Oct. 1758

William Anderson of Kilkenny. Married.

Received 18th April 1697

Francis Arthur aged 58 of Limerick. Guard

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