Received 6th November 1672

He gave up his place.

Jacob Ban Irish, aged 40, soldier in McNamara’s company in Hamilton’s Regiment. His right arm was blown off at the last siege of Rhimbergue. He has served in the regiment’s of Preston and of Encheniquen. He bears a certificate from Sr. Dongan, lieutenant colonel of Hamilton’s given at Zutphen 2nd September last. He also bears a billet from Mr. Saint Pouange.

 

 

Received 25th January 1715

Died 12th December 1734 Le Havre ATD

John Bannal aged 35 of Dublin, cavalier of Sr. Baravara, lieutenant colonel of Vaudemont’s Regiment, in which he says he served 7 years, then 10 years in Dillon’s Infantry, finally 5 years in Vaudemont’s. His left shoulder is crippled from a rifle shot near Landau. He comes at present from a company of invalids at Strasbourg. Catholic.

   

Received 1st April 1700

Died 12th April 1704 at Calais ATD.

Rorer Banan aged 56 of County Kilkenny, soldier of Sr. O’Hara, Dillon’s Regiment under Conigsmarck, Greder-Allemand and Hamilton, in which he has served 26 years, mentioned in his certificate. Catholic.

 

Received 27th February 1716

Gave up his place 9th August 1719

John Barninghan aged 45 of Dublin soldier of Sr. O'Berne, Berwick’s Irish regiment, in which he has served 22 year (confirmed by his certificate). He is very troubled by a complete decline of his right side, which along with two rifle shots to his right leg and left arm at Spire puts him out of service. Catholic.

   

Received 5th March 1715

Died 15th December 1735

Jack Barrett aged 65 of Cork, soldier of Sr. Farely, Berwick’s Irish regiment under Montcassel, in which he has served 26 years, confirmed by his certificate. His wounds and troubles puts him out of service. Catholic.

     

 

Received 3rd June 1710

Died 12th February 1738

Richard Barette (Barrett), aged 25 of Belase, County Mayo, cavalier of Sr. Cook, Nugent’s Regiment, in which he says he has served one year. His left leg is crippled from a rifle shot at Malplaquet which puts him out of service. Catholic.

   

Received unknown

Sent back Given £18. PSC

David Barry aged 66 of Limerick, soldier surgeon of the colonel of Charlemont’s Regiment, in which he says he has served 6 years as well as 2 in Hamilton’s and 3 in Douglas’s. He is very troubled by sciatic gout in his right side which puts him out of service. Surgeon by profession. Catholic.

Received 22nd April 1700

Expelled 1st April 1701 by order of Mr. Chamillart for carrying false certificates.

David Barry aged 50 of County Cork, soldier of the colonel of Orrington’s Regiment under the King of England’s Guards and Monmouth’s, in which he has served 21 years, confirmed by his certificate. He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Catholic.

 

Received December 1701

Died 21st March 1708

David Barry aged 61 of County Cork, reformation lieutenant at the suite of Berwick’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 3 years as well as 7 years as lieutenant in Athlone’s and 4 years in Captain McCarty’s Regiment in Ireland. His wounds and troubles put him out of service. He bears an order from Mr. Chamillart to be admitted. Married in St Germain Laye. Catholic.

   

Received 2nd June 1718

Died 8th September 1723

David Barry aged 64 of Tampon of Carreigue, County Cork, soldier of Sr. Orrington, Orrington’s Irish Regiment under the King of England’s Guards, in which he has served 29 years (confirmed by his certificate dated 22nd May 1717). His weak eyesight and other troubles put him out of service. Catholic.

 

Received 8th April 1694

Sent back. Given £15 PSC.

Jack Barry aged 25 of County Cork, soldier of Sr. Hoynen, Montcassel's Regiment, in which he says he has served 2 years. His backache along with being greatly troubled by a complete decline of his bowels? of his left side puts him out of service. Catholic.

The same name is registered on 6th March 1692.

 

Received 6th March 1692

Sent back Given £5.12s. PSC

Jack Barry aged 18 of Cork, soldier of Sr. Maillé, Dillon’s Irish Regiment in which he says he has served 2 years He is greatly troubled by a decline as the result of a fall from the top of a tower into the moat at Chateau Collioure as a sentinel there. Catholic.

NB. The same name is registered 8th April 1694. I have crossed out this record as it is the same that is recorded on 8th April 1694 and who was refused. (Entry crossed out)

   

Received 7th August 1698

Died 26th February 1711

Jack Barry aged 75 of County Cork, reformation captain in Clare’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 8 years. His weak eyesight along with his wounds and other troubles put him out of service. He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be admitted. Catholic.

 

Received 20th June 1704

Died 23rd November 1711

John Barry aged 50 of Cork, sergeant of Sr. Raymond Bourke, Bourke’s Irish Regiment under Lutrell, and the Queen of England, in which he has served 12 years, borne out by his certificate, and says he served again for 8 years in Ireland. His left arm and leg are crippled from two rifle shots at Cremona. Catholic.

 

 

Received 29th June 1714

 

Jack Barry aged 54 of Armagh, County Cork, soldier of Sr. Edgar Barry, Berwick’s Irish Regiment under the King of England’s Dismounted Dragoons, in which he has served 22 years (confirmed by his certificate) and says he served 3 years in Ireland. He is very troubled by a hydrocelle on his right side which along with weak eyesight, having been trepanned, puts him out of service. Married in St Germain Laye. Catholic.

 

 

Received 14th October 1700

Died 26th July 1718 at Mariembourg ATD

Jack Barry aged 54 of Kinsale, soldier in the company of Sr. Hogan’s Cadet, Lee’s Irish regiment under Montcassel, Furstemberg and Hamilton, in which he has served 20 years, appears from his certificate, and says he again served for 5 years. He is greatly troubled by gout and frailty which puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

Received 22nd March 1715

Died 5th January 1719

John Barry aged 57 of Pout, County Cork, soldier of Sr. O’Berne, Berwick’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 22 years, borne out by his certificate. Problems with his legs and other infirmities put him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 11th February 1700

Gave up his place 7th August 1700, given £30 PSC and his certificates were returned to him.

John Barry aged 30 of Cork, soldier of Sr. Barnwell, lieutenant colonel of Galmoy’s Regiment under the Queen of England’s Dragoons, in which he has served 10 years, specified in his certificate. He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

 

Received 28th January 1700

Expelled 1st April 1701 by order of Mr. Chamillart for carrying false certificates.

Nicolas Barry aged 35 of Cork, soldier of Sr. Sarsfield, Bourke’s Regiment under the Queen of England, in which he has served 11 years, borne out by his certificate. He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

 

Received 13th October 1713

Died 28th February 1725

Raymond Barry aged 45 of Kilorthe Armagh Cork, sergeant of Sr. Prosser, O’Brien’s Irish regiment under Clare, Talbot, Lee and Clare, in which he has served 22 years, borne out by his certificate. His left hand is crippled from a sabre cut at Ramillies which along with a sabre cut across his face at Douai and other wounds puts him out of service. Married in St Germain Laye. Catholic.

 

 

Received 14th August 1705

Died 28th March 1726

Richard Barry aged 60 of Cork, reformation captain at the suite of Clare’s Infantry Regiment in which he has served 4 years as much in that capacity as reformation lieutenant. Apparently he was a lieutenant in Limerick’s for 8 years, and infantry captain of Dragoons in Ireland for 4 years. His wounds and troubles put him out of service. He bears an order from Mr. Chamillart to be received. Catholic.

 

Received 8th April 1700

Thomas Barry aged 23 of County Cork, soldier of Sr. Maggy, Dillon’s Regiment, in which he has served 8 years, confirmed by his certificate. Catholic.

     

 

Received 22nd March 1715

Died 25th August 1721

Thomas Barry aged 60 of Kinsale, County Cork, soldier of Sr. Fielding, Berwick’s Irish Regiment under Orrington, in which he has served 27 years confirmed by his certificate. His wounds and troubles put him out of service. Married in Brest. Catholic.

 

 

Received 28th September 1708

Died 13th May 1711 at Valenciennes ATD

Thomas Barry aged 68 of Kesselay County Cork, soldier of Sr. Arschtek, Bourke’s Regiment under Lutrell, Vacob, and the Queen of England, in which he says he has served 20 years. His wounds and troubles put him out of service. He comes at present from a company of invalids which was at Antibes. Catholic.

   

Received 1st December 1713

Died 7th September 1726 at Arras ATD

Louis Bates known as St Louis, aged 46 years of Dublin, soldier of Sr. Geoghan, Berwick’s regiment, in which he says he has served 5 years as well as 4 years in Gastinois’s. His right leg is crippled from a rifle shot at Cassano. He is one of a number of invalids received at Besançon. Catholic.

 

 

Received 26th December 1710

Died 21st September 1714 at Fort François d’Aire ATD

Jack Bellew aged 64 of Thomastown, Province of Leinster, lieutenant of Sr. McCarty’s Company, Berwick’s Infantry Regiment under the King of England’s Dragoons, in which he has served 19 years as much in that capacity as sub-lieutenant as well as 3 years in Ireland in Dunghan’s Dragoons Regiment as much as captain, lieutenant and cornet and 18 months in the King of England Guards Corps. His wounds and troubles put him out of service. He bears an order from Mr. Voysin to be received in case he has the required qualities. Married in Saint Germain Laye. Catholic.

 

 

Received 27th August 1706

Died 15th August 1719.

Patrick Bellew aged 45 of Stamine, County Meath,  lieutenant following the reformation of Berwick’s Irish regiment under Fitzgerald and Albemarle in which he has served 14 years as much in that capacity as lieutenant as well as 7 years as captain of infantry and cavalry in Ireland. His wounds and troubles put him out of service. He bears an order from Mr. Chamillart to be received. Married in Marsaglia. Catholic.

 

Received 21st October 1700

Died 10th January 1713 at Calais ATD.

William Berécry aged 44 of County Tipperary, soldier of the colonel of Berwick’s regiment under the King of England’s Dragoons, in which he has served 10 years as well as 15 years in Greder-Allemand’s, Furstemberg’s and Hamilton’s (confirmed by his certificate). His right leg is crippled from a rifle shot received being detached on one occasion when the Barbettes had taken the Piedmont’s army’s cattle. Catholic.

   

Received 4th November 1700

 

Denis Berguine aged 50 of County Dublin, soldier of Sr. Murphy, Albemarle’s Regiment under the Marines, Greder-Allemand, Furstemberg and Hamilton, in which he has served 30 years, borne out by his certificate. His weak eyesight puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

   

Received 11th November 1700

Deserted the hostel 13th November 1701. He took with him a hat and new pair of stockings belonging to a comrade of his room named Joseph Belon known as Francoeur.

Terence Bigly aged 32 of Cork, corporal of Sr. Barnwell, lieutenant colonel of Galmoy’s Regiment under the Queen of England’s Dragoons, in which he has served 12 years. Both hands were burned by a powder explosion at Barcelona. All confirmed by his certificate. Catholic.

 

   

Received 23rd January 1698

Sent back Given £3.12s.

Thomas Belin aged 66 of Dublin, brigadier of the master of camp of the King of England’s Regiment in which he has served 6 years as well as 12 years in Monmouth’s. His certificate confirms 18 years service). His age, wounds and troubles put him out of service. Catholic.

   

 

Received 10th April 1698

Died 17th April 1724 at Calais ATD

Morgan Bercane aged 30 years of Dublin, soldier of Sr. Roth, Orrington’s Regiment, under the King of England Guards, in which he says he has served 10 years. He has had his left arm “cut” after a cannon shot at Saint Croix which makes him entirely unfit and he can no longer continue his services. Catholic.

   

 

Received 9th April 1678

Gave up his place 4th November 1678. Given £15

Theobald Beurg Irish, aged 28, soldier of McNamara, captain in Dongan’s Regiment. in which he says he has served since 7 years. He is currently unfit and can no longer continue as his left thigh is crippled from a musket shot near Saverne (appears from the certificate of the Regimental Surgeon given at Nancy 21st March last). Single. Catholic. Knows no other trade.

 

Received 2nd June 1702

Died 4th October 1718

Gerard Berne aged 55 of County Carlow, lieutenant following the reformation of Orrington’s Regiment under the King of England Guards, in which he has served 12 years as much in that capacity as lieutenant of foot as well as 7 years as lieutenant and ensign in Clancarty’s in Ireland, and 5 years as cadet in Hamilton’s. His wounds and troubles put him out of service. He bears an order from Mr. Chamillart to be received. Catholic.

   

Received 4th April 1702

Gave up his place 25th October 1707

Bartholomew Berate (Barratt) aged 37 of County Galway, soldier of Sr. David Barry, Clare’s Regiment under Dillon, in which he says he has served 15 years. His left leg is crippled having been broken by a fall he had whilst marching through the streets at Aire sur le Lys which put him out of service. Glovemaker by trade. Catholic.

 

     

Received 14th July 1713

Died 20th September 1716 at Briançon

Jack Berry aged 35 of Conock, County Leitrim, soldier of Sr. Mandeville, Lee’s Irish regiment in which he has served 23 years, borne out in his certificate. He is very troubled by two hernias and a “scurvy disposition” which along with his wounds puts him out of service. Catholic.

   

 

Received 19th July 1715

Denounced deserter 2nd March 1718. (He left to get married )

William Berne aged 24 of Sligo, soldier of Sr. Donohue, Orrington’s Irish Regiment in which he has served 4 years (seems from his certificate) and another 3 years in a company detached from Navarre’s. He has had his left fist “cut” after a rifle shot near Douai which along with his other wounds puts him out of service. He is one of the company of invalids which was at Amiens. Catholic.

 

   

Received 4th June 1716

 

Thomas Behan known as “St Thomas” aged 47 of Dublin, cavalier of Sr. Lumeny, colonel general of the Cavalry Regiment, in which he has served 17 years as well as 7 years in Galmoy’s Irish and 3 years in Ireland. His certificate confirms 27 years service. His wounds and troubles put him out of service. Tailor by trade. Catholic.

20th June 1724. Thomas Behan having deserted the Hostel 19th May last and having taken the linen underwear he was wearing, the Governor gave him till 20th June to get back.

 


 

Received 17th February 1718

Died 29th November 1741

Patrick Benoist aged 55 of Kilkenny, cavalier of Sr. Coughlin, Nugent’s Regiment under Sheldon, in which he has served 22 years, confirmed by his certificate dated 29th January 1718. His left leg is crippled from a bomb fragment at Fribourg which along with painful back and weak eyesight puts him out of service. Married in St Omer. Catholic.

   

Received 3rd May 1709

Died 15th April 1749

Christopher Birne aged 20 of Metz, originally from Ireland, grenadier of Sr. Butler, Galmoy’s Regiment in which he says he has served a year and a half. He has had his right arm “cut” after a rifle shot near Audenarde. Glazier by trade. Catholic.

   

Received 11th February 1700

Died 13th September 1723 at Metz ATD

William Biétack aged 57 of County Meath, soldier of Sr. Magguy, Dillon’s Regiment under Greder, Furstemberg and Hamilton, in which he has served 28 years (stated in his certificate). He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Catholic.

   

Received 29th April 1679

Refused because he is not crippled. Given £15 to return to Ireland.

Robert Biota Irish, aged 65, gendarme in the English Gendarmes Company in which he has served for 8 years (confirmed by the certificate from his captain lieutenant made at Lille 25th January 1679) He has served for 18 years in the Duke of York’s Regiment as much as volunteer as ensign and company lieutenant (seems from a leave paper from his lieutenant colonel dated 9 September 1678). His age, wounds and other troubles no longer permitting him to continue. Single. Catholic.

 

   

Received 20th March 1698

 

Richard Blanc aged 60 of Athlone, soldier of Sr. Maureal, Lee’s Regiment under Montcassel, Greder-Allemand, Furstemberg and Monmouth, in which he has served 30 years, confirmed by his certificate. His wounds and troubles put him out of service. Catholic.

 

   

Received 15th June 1703

Gave up his place 4th August 1705. Given £30 PSC and his certificates were returned to him.

Richard Blackwell aged 26 of Dublin, soldier of Sr. Bourke, Albemarle’s Irish regiment under the Marines, in which he says he has served 10 years. He is greatly troubled by cold humours in his left hip and thigh which came upon him 19 months ago which puts him out of service. Catholic

   

Received 10th September 1678

Gave up his place 7th November 1678. Given £15.

Simon Blund, Irish, aged 22, soldier of Dongan’s Regiment in which he has served 3 years. He is unfit to continue as his left leg was crippled in the same accident as the entry above and he bears the same certificates. Single. Carpenter by trade. Catholic.

 

Received 8th October 1730

Died 6th April 1736

Thomas Bleck aged 63 of Dublin town, soldier of Sr. Carteret, Clare’s Regiment, in which he has served 12 years as well as 18 years in Nugent’s cavalry under Sheldon and 8 years in Bresse’s (mentioned in his certificate dated 18 June 1730). His wounds and troubles put him out of service. Married in St Omer. Draper by trade. Catholic

 

   

Received 15th November 1675.

 

Daniel Black aged 45, Irish, soldier in Hamilton's Regiment in which he has served since the creation of said regiment. He was in wounded in several places on his body at Densem which have put him out of service. Married in Ireland. He has several children. Catholic.

   

Received 5th June 1692

Sent back. Given £13.4s. PSC.

Tierlogh Boill aged 22 of County Limerick, soldier of Sr. Cavanagh, Montcassel’s Regiment in which he says he has served 3 years. His left leg is crippled by scrofula which puts him out of service. Catholic.

     

Received 30th July 1706

Died 13th August 1721

Anthony Borne aged 60 of Dublin, soldier of Sr. Cavanagh, Berwick’s Irish regiment, in which he has served 7 years as well as 7 years in Sheldon’s Calvary, and 8 years in Furstemberg’s and Hamilton’s. His certificate shows 14 years service. He is greatly troubled by his left leg which was hit by a rock at Barcelona which along with other wounds and troubles makes him unfit for service. Married in Rouen. Catholic.

 

   

Received 10th December 1693

Died 4th April 1737 at L’Isle ATD

Richard Bohane aged 22 of County Clare, soldier of Sr. Barry, Clare’s Regiment, in which he says he has served 4 years as well as 2 years in Ireland. His spine was dislocated by a fall he had in a trench in a sortie made on the enemy at Guillestre, along with which he is greatly troubled by sciatica in his right hip which puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

Received 13th August 1706

Died 30th September 1722

Jack Boutler (Butler) aged 38 of Grana near Waterford, cavalier of the Master of Camp of Nugent’s’ Regiment under Sheldon, in which he has served 5 years, borne out by his certificate, and apparently says he has served 5 years in Ireland. His lower jaw was broken by a pistol shot at Ramillies which along with his other wounds puts him out of service. Married in St Germain Laye. Catholic.

On 23rd March 1708 he was back in service but was back in the hostel on 3rd August 1711. On 9th April 1713 he was in service again. On 31st August 1713 he re-entered.

   

 

Received 5th June 1711

Died 15th October 1714 at Amiens

Germain Bolly known as St Germain aged 60 of Cork, soldier of Sr. Mandeville, Lee’s Irish regiment, in which he says he has served 28 years. His left arm is crippled from a sabre cut near Audenarde which combined with a pistol shot to his left leg which has caused a paralysis of half his body puts him out of service. He comes at present from a company of invalids at Amiens. Married in Ireland. Catholic.

 

   

Received 15th May 1705

Died 27th March 1716 at Ardres as Captain ATD

John Boutler aged 70 of County Tipperary, lieutenant following the reformation of Fitzgerald’s Regiment under Albemarle and Dublin, in which he has served 13 years, apparently 3 years as captain in Lukan’s Cavalry Regiment in Ireland, 3 years as lieutenant in Monmouth’s, 6 years as lieutenant in Hamilton’s and 4 years in Boufflers’ Dragoons. His wounds and troubles puts him out of service. He bears an order from Mr. Chamillart to be received. Married in Ireland. Catholic.

 

Received 11th February 1700

 

Peter Bouttler aged 30 of County Waterford, soldier of Sr. Carroll, lieutenant colonel of Berwick’s Regiment under the King of England’s Dragoons, in which he has served 8 years (borne out by his certificate) as well as 7 years in Ireland. He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Catholic

 

   

Received 18th February 1700

Died 11th March 1715

Michael Bourke aged 57 of County Tipperary, soldier of Sr. Murphy, Albemarle’s Regiment under the Marines and Dublin’s, in which he has served 9 years as well as 19 years in Furstemberg’s and Hamilton’s (confirmed by his certificate). He bears an order to be received. Catholic.

 

Received 5th August 1700

Died 9th June 1703

Geoffrey Bourke aged 48 of County Tipperary, lieutenant in the company of Sr. Rooth, Orrington’s Regiment under the King of England’s guards, in which he has served 8 years as well as 13 years in the English Gendarmes and 6 years in the Monmouth’s Infantry Regiment. He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Catholic.

     

Received 9th September 1700

 

John Bourg aged 57 of County Galway, soldier of the colonel of Lee’s Regiment under Greder-Allemand and Hamilton, in which he has served 28 years, confirmed by his certificate. He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Catholic.

   

 

Received 5th May 1695

Gave up his place 4th February 1702. Given £30. PSC and his certificates were returned to him

Robert Bourne aged 25 of County Kilkenny, soldier of Sr. Ogard lieutenant colonel of the King of England’s Regiment, in which he has served 4 years which is since the arrived of the regiment in France (borne out by his certificate). His left arm is crippled having been broken by a fall he had at night into the ditch at Valenciennes whilst returning from sentinel duty which along with other wounds to his head, right side and right foot puts him out of service. Catholic.

Since 1st February 1704 having carried an order from Mr. ????????

 


 

Received 28th July 1695

 

Eugene Boile aged 28 of Dublin, sergeant of Sr. Hackett, King of England’s Guards Regiment in which he says he has served 4 years as well as 4 in Ireland. His left arm was blown off by a cannon volley at St Croix. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

   

Received unknown

 

William Bourg aged 29 of County Limerick, soldier of Sr. Molreane, Lee’s Regiment under Montcassel, in which he says he has served 6 years. His right arm is crippled from a musket shot at Reinsfeld. Tailor by trade. Catholic.

 

   

Received 30th June 1695

 

Robert Bourg aged 16 years and a half of Galway, soldier of Sr. Mannery lieutenant colonel of Dillon’s Irish regiment, in which he says he has served 4 years. He has had his right arm “cut” after a musket shot at Palamos. Catholic.

 

   

Received 18th July 1697

Gave up his place 19th March 1701 Given £30. PSC and his certificates were returned to him.

Jack Boil aged 45 of County Louth, soldier of Sr. Ricaut, King of England’s Guards Regiment in which he has served 6 years (borne out by his certificate) and says he has served 6 years in Sarcelle’s, 4 in Lessy’s, and 12 in Furstemberg’s and Hamilton’s. He has lost his left eye and is greatly troubled by the other having difficulty in finding his way around which along with several wounds puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

   

Received 23rd January 1698

Died 12th February 1698.

Richard Bouttle aged 28 of Limerick, soldier of Sr. Bron, Lee’s Regiment under Montcassel, in which he has served 8 years, borne out by his certificate. He has had his left arm “cut” after a cannon shot at Ath. Catholic.

 

   

Received 8th May 1698

Died 2nd January 1738

John Boyce aged 32 of County Limerick, soldier of Sr. Dassigny, Orrington’s Regiment under the King of England’s Guards, in which he has served 12 years as much in France as ‘in Ireland (borne out by his certificate).His left leg is crippled from a musket shot at St Croix. Married in Paris. Catholic.

On 13th April 1706 re-entered service in Noailles’ Regiment and he returned to the hostel on 7th June 1709.

   

 

Received 1st January 1699

Sent back Given £18. PSC

John Boutler aged 30 of County Waterford, sergeant of the colonel of Luttrell’s Regiment under the Queen of England, in which he has served 7 years (borne out by his certificate) and says he has also served 5 years in Ireland. His left hand is crippled from a grenade fragment at Barcelona. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 


 

Received 5th June 1692

Sent back Given £13. 4s. PSC.

Walter Bourg aged 70 of Galway, soldier of Sr. Hogan, Montcassel’s Regiment, in which he says he has served 8 years. His age and troubles put him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

 

Received 15th July 1694

 

William Bourg aged 20 of County Limerick, soldier of Sr. Bourg, Montcassel’s Regiment in which he says he has served 4 years. He is greatly troubled by scrofula which puts him out of service. Catholic.

The same name is recorded on 16th June 1695. I have crossed out this record because the same is recorded a second time on 16th June 1695 and was admitted.

 

 

Received 2nd December 1694

Patrick Bourne aged 24 of County Louth, soldier of Sr. Bourn, Charlemont’s regiment, in which he has served 7 years, borne out by his certificate. His left hip is crippled from a musket shot at Heidelberg. Catholic.

   

 

Received 26th January 1703

Died 31st July 1728 at Colmars ATD.

Toby Bourke aged 38 of County Londonderry, grenadier of Sr. Plunkett, Bourke’s regiment under the Queen of England’s and Limerick’s in which he has served 12 years, confirmed by his certificate. His right arm is crippled from a musket shot at Cremona. Catholic.

   

 

Received 10th September 1678

Died 22nd March 1679

John Bourke Irish, aged 26 years, soldier in Callaghan’s company, Dongan’s Regiment, in which he has served for 3 years. He is unable to continue in service due to being showered by the ruins of a rampart at Fribourg after which he has remained crippled after having stayed in Toul Hospital for nine months (confirmed by the surgeon’s certificate dated 31st June 1678). He bears a leave paper from his captain attesting to the above. Catholic. Single.

 

   

Received 4th March 1679

 

Laurence Boil Irish, aged 36, soldier in McNamara’s company, Hamilton’s Regiment, in which he has served for 5 years. His left hand is crippled from a musket shot at Fribourg (confirmed by the certificate from his captain at Villefranche de Rouergue on 28th December 1678). Catholic. Married. Carpenter by trade.

 

   

Received 27th July 1703

Died 1st December 1711 at Le Havre as captain ATD.

Richard Boutler aged 64 years of County Tipperary, lieutenant after the reformation of Galmoy’s Infantry Regiment, in which he has served 5 years as well as 7 years as lieutenant in Charlemont’s, 5 years as captain in Butler’s Regiment of Kilcasse in Ireland and 2 years in the English Gendarmes. His weak eyesight and other troubles put him out of service. He bears an order from Mr. Chamillart to be received. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

 

Received 3rd October 1704

Gave up his place 26th April 1706. Given £30. PSC and his certificate was returned to him.

John Boil aged 65 of County Meath, soldier of Sr. Butler, Orrington’s Regiment under the King of England’s Guards, Greder-Allemand, Conigsmarck, Furstemberg and Hamilton, in which he has served 28 years (confirmed by his certificate). He is greatly troubled by several wounds.. In addition, one finger of his left hand was blown off by a rifle shot at Fort Kell. These put him out of service. Married in Metz. Catholic.

 

   

Received 9th August 1725

Died 24th March 1736 at Mezieres ATD

Bernard Boulger aged 60 of Kilruche, County Wexford, cavalier of Sr. Cary Skelton, Nugent’s Irish regiment, in which he has served 20 years (mentioned in his certificate dated 3rd August 1725). He says he has also served 16 years in Lee’s Regiment under Montcassel. His right hand is crippled from a sabre cut and he is troubled by a rifle shot which he received through his body at Spire which puts him out of service. Catholic

 

 

Received 16th June 1713

Nicolas Boyen aged 60 of Belmedon near Dublin, sergeant of Sr. Vahoc, Bourke’s Irish regiment, in which he has served 18 years (confirmed by his certificate). His left arm is crippled due to being hit by a rock at Verrüe which along with his other wounds and  decline puts him out of service. He comes at present from a company of invalids at Bordeaux. Married in Bayonne. Cobbler by trade. Catholic.

 

 

Received 8th October 1730

Died 21st October 1731 at Aigues Mortes ATD

Edmond Boulett aged 61 of Cork town, soldier of Sr. Galbally, Clare’s Regiment under O’Brien in which he has served 26 years as well as 13 years in Berwick's (borne out by his certificate dated 18th June 1730). His right arm is troubled from a rifle shot at Valance which along with his other wounds puts him out of service. Catholic

 

   

Received 31st March 1763

Died 28th December 1771 at the hostel.

Simon Bourke aged 64 of Wafford, Ireland, soldier in Clare’s Irish Regiment, Borne’s company, in which he has served 21 and a half years. He has weak eyesight. Catholic

 

 

Received 6th March 1898

Died June 1717

Jack Boutler aged 60 of County Tipperary, soldier of Sr. Kennedy, Lee’s Regiment under Montcassel, Greder-Allemand, Furstemberg and Hamilton, in which he has served 28 years (confirmed by his certificate). His wounds and troubles put him out of service. Carpenter by trade. Catholic.

   

 

Received 50/17/1709 (sic)

 

William Boide aged 55 of Leitrim, soldier in Dillon’s Irish Regiment, O’Connor’s company, in which he has served 23 years. Has weak eyesight and is troubled by rheumatism. Married. Catholic

 


 

Received as soldier 6th June 1676.

Died 26th June 1684

Patrick of Bourg Irish, aged 40 years, soldier of captain McCarty, Hamilton's regiment, in which he has served 6 years and from which he comes at present. His right thigh is crippled from a musket shot sustained during the last campaign at the passage of the Rhine which puts him entirely out of service. He bears a certificate from his captain dated 12th May 1676. Single. Catholic.

 

   

Received 2nd January 1677

Died 25th June 1684

Fiacre Bourg known as "Bellefleur" Irish aged 55, soldier of captain Ollier, Guards regiment, in which he has served 23 years (seems from the leave paper from his captain dated 30th December 1677). He can no longer serve due to exhaustion and the wounds he has received. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

 

Received 1st March 1715

Died 4th November 1738

Andrew Borne aged 63 of Dublin, soldier of lieutenant colonel Maguenis, Galmoy’s Irish regiment in which he has served 23 years (borne out by his certificate). Sciatica in his left hip and wounds put him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 10th June 1717

Died 23rd October 1725 at Boulogne ATD

Philip Boilsche aged 67 of Balhenry, County Kilkenny, soldier of Sr. Bryan, Lee’s Irish Regiment under Montcassel, in which he has served 26 years (confirmed by his certificate dated 22nd May 1717). He is troubled by a decline along with other infirmities which put him out of service. Married in Nantes. Catholic.

 

 

Received unknown

Gave up his place 30th January 1696 Given £15 PSC and his certificates were returned to him

Ulick Bourg aged 16 of County Mayo, soldier of Sr. Hart, Dillon’s Regiment, in which he has served for one year. His left thigh is crippled from a musket shot at Gironne (confirmed by his certificate). Catholic.

 

 

Received 17th March 1713

Died 6th December 1739 at Calais ATD.

Charles Bremagem aged 25 of Dublin, soldier of Sr. McGinnis, Galmoy’s Irish regiment, in which he has served 4 years, confirmed by his certificate, and says he has also served 6 years in Berwick’s He has had his left arm “cut” after a rifle shot at Malplaquet which puts him out of service. He comes at present from a company of invalids at Amiens. Catholic.

   

 

Received 4th December 1692

Gave up his place 20th March 1693 Given £25 PSC. His leave papers and certificates were returned to him.

Denis Brennan aged 40 of Castelmayne, Munster Province, lieutenant of the Company of Sr. Hastecone, Lord Clancarty’s Regiment, in which he says he has served one year, and apparently 6 years at sea. His left knee is crippled having been smashed by some fragments of wood by the effect of a cannonball at Ambrun along with which he is greatly troubled by both hands puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 2nd December 1723

 

Bernard Brennan aged 63 of Abbeyboyle, County Roscommon, sergeant of Sr. de

 

 

Received 2nd December 1723

 

Bernard Brunon (Brennan) aged 62 of Mieuton? County Sligo, soldier of Charles McCarty

 

 

 

Received 27th October 1695

Sent back Given £18. PSC.

Patrick Brennan aged 60, of County Limerick, dragoon of the company colonel of the Royal Irish Dragoons Regiment, in which he says he has served 4 years as well as 4 in Fortbuche's and 2 in Moure's in England. He is very troubled by his eyesight as the result of two sabre cuts to his head at Marsaglia along with a musket shot which he received in his back on the same occasion which puts him out of service. Married in Paris. Tailor by trade. Catholic.

   

 

Received 30th July 1693

Died 10th June 1738

Owen Breskene aged 26 of Laois, soldier of Sr. Conick, Limerick’s Regiment, in which he says he has served 3 years. His left arm is crippled from a musket shot whilst on guard at Fort St Brigitte which along with other wounds puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 2nd May 1710

Died 6th September 1727

Hugo Bredy aged 72 of Drumlahan, County Cavan, soldier of Dudley Fitzgerald, O’Donnell’s Regiment under Fitzgerald and Albemarle, in which he has served 20 years which is since the arrival of the Irish troops in France (confirmed by his certificates) and says he has served 3 years in Ireland. His frailty and weak eyesight put him out of service. Married in Ireland. Catholic.

 

 

Received 20th October 1729

 

Henry Brown aged 58 of InikleCousse County Kerry, soldier of Sr. Moély Irish Lee’s Regiment in which he has served 30 years (borne out in his certificate dated 4th October 1729). He is troubled by this eyesight following a sabre cut  to his head at the Siege of Fribourg. Catholic.

30th November 1730. Henry Brown Irish soldier of the Company of Sr. Egmont ATD at Guise has been crossed out as deserter in the hostel’s registers having deserted from the company 22nd September 1730 without rejoining at the end of ***

 

 

Received 18th February 1700

Re-entered service 4th March 1701

Owen Bredy aged 27 of Cavan, corporal of Sr. Arthur, Orrington’s Regiment under the King of England's Guards in which he has served 8 years (borne out by his certificate). He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 


 

Received 16th June 1695

 

John Broffin aged 35 of County Cork, soldier of Sr. Limkane, Lee’s Regiment under Montcassel, in which he says he has served 5 years. His right arm is crippled from a  musket shot at Reinsfeld, along with which he has become very frail which puts him out of service. Catholic.

   

 

Received 20th March 1698

Died 8th June 1731

David Bron aged 50 of County Kilkenny, soldier of Sr. Kennedy, Lee’s Regiment under Montcassel, Greder-Allemand, Furstemberg, and Hamilton, in which he has served 28 years, borne out by his certificate. His wounds and troubles put him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 2nd October 1698

Died 23rd October 1713.

Jack Brady aged 35 of County Cavan, dragoon of Sr. Neigle, Queen of England's Regiment, in which he has served 7 years (confirmed by his certificate,) as well as 3 years in Ireland,. His left thigh is paralysed since being buried by a mine at the Siege of Barcelona which put him out of service. Married in Ireland. Catholic.

 

 

Received 3rd Sept. 1699 permanently

Died 10th March 1703

Martin Brian aged 59 of Leinster, soldier of Sr. Ryan, Lee’s Regiment under Montcassel, Greder and Hamilton, in which he has served 27 years (confirmed by his certificate) and is greatly troubled by a breathing difficulty which put him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 3rd December 1678

Died 30th October 1680.

Thomas Brennen known as "The Fortune" Irish, aged 55 years, soldier in the company of Malissy of Regiment des Guards in which he has served for 22 years as much in the said company as in those of Sr. Nancré, Saintsandoue and Montigny (appears from the certificate of Mr Rappée given in Paris 30th November 1678). Several wounds and frailty of his age prevents him from continuing. Catholic. Married in Paris.

 

 

Received 4th November 1679

Refused as he is only 43 years old and not crippled.

Jack Bromd known as "Lalande" Irish, aged 43, soldier in Eragny’s company, Guards Regiment in which he has served for 17 years (certified by Sr. Rappée). He has received several wounds which prevent him from continuing. Catholic. Single

 

 

Received November 1679

Refused as he can serve again and is not crippled

Jack Bresme known as “The Flower of Ireland”, aged, soldier in the same comp. and regiment as above (not known which one this refers to!) in which he has served for 16 years. His wounds and age make him unfit to continue. Catholic. Single.

 


 

Received 16th February 1703

Died 14th April 1731 at Calais ATD.

William Breton known as St William, aged 33 of King's County, sergeant of Sr. Pierreville, Miromenil's Regiment, in which he says he has served 6 years as well as 8 years in the Irish Regiments of Lee and Montcassel. His left arm is crippled from a musket shot at Castiglione. Catholic.

 

   

Received 6th June 1713

Gave up his place 13th October 1713. Given £15 and his certificates were returned to him

 

Terence Bredy aged 73 of Cavan, soldier of Sr. O’Neill, O’Brien’s Irish regiment under Clare’s, in which he has served 23 years (borne out by his certificate). He is very troubled by sciatica in his right thigh and leg which along with his frailty puts him out of service. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

 

Received 4th October 1696

Died 28th October 1698

Adam Bretin aged 75 of County Tipperary, commanding the Second Battalion of Clare’s Irish regiment in which he has served 6 years as well as 3 years in Surbeck’s and Allemand’s in the same capacity, 4 as captain in Conigsmarck’s, 10 in Furstemberg in the same capacity, 15 in Hamilton’s as captain and aide major and 8 in Douglas’s as lieutenant and aide major. His right hand is crippled from a musket shot at Gravelines which along with other wounds puts him out of service. He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be admitted. Catholic.

 

 

Received 6th December 1753

Died 24th May 1757 at the hostel.

Jack Brady aged 52 of Linsch, Ireland, sergeant in Rooth’s Irish regiment, lieutenant colonel's company, in which he has served 25 years (12 years as sergeant). He has old wounds and is deaf. Catholic. Received at Dijon

 

 

Received 5th July 1728

Sent back having insufficient service

Julian Bron aged 38 of Maletroit near Vannes in Brittany, originally from Ireland, soldier in Lee’s company, Clare’s regiment under O’Brien, in which he has served 15 years (confirmed by his certificate dated 21st June 1728). His left leg is troubled due to a bayonet wound at Fribourg which along with great frailty and other troubles makes him unfit to continue in service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 21st March 1737

Died 15th May 1742

Edward Bremetgion aged 62 of McNamara, County Limerick sergeant in Durne’s grenadiers, Clare’s Irish regiment, in which he has served 47 years of which 20 years as sergeant (borne out by his certificate). His wounds put him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 20th October 1740

 

Edmond Bredy aged 70 of Kildalanne, County Cavan, cavalier of Sr. Frank Nugent,  FitzJames Irish regiment under Nugent, in which he says he has served 15 years as well as 30 years in the regiment.

 


 

Received 11th March 1745

 

Timothy Bride aged 75 of Can~ag,t County Roscommon, soldier in Dillon’s Irish  Regiment, Butler’s company, in which he has served 32 years. He is “usé est frater" by profession. Catholic.

 

 

Received 22nd September 1674

 

John Brite Irish aged 38, soldier in captain Sequebrune's company, Crussol's Grenadiers in which he has served eight years. He has had half of his right arm right carried away at Besançon on the last day of Pentecost. He has also served in another regiment. Single. Catholic.

 

   

Received 8th February 1676

Gave up his place 24th October 1676 to return to Ireland.

Boetius Brodin Irish, aged 35, soldier in captain Dungan’s company, Hamilton's Regiment in which he has served since its creation. He was wounded in his right leg at Sinsem by a musket shot which was “cut” afterwards. Single. Catholic.

 

   

Received 19th December 1676

Died 7th March 1680

Maurice Brayen (Brien) Irish, aged 20, cavalier in the Camp Master of Ruvigny’s regiment in which he has served 2 years. He can no longer continue his services as his left arm was crippled by a musket shot at Athenem (seems from the leave paper from his captain dated 9th September 1676 and by the certificates of the director and Surgeon Major of the Army of Allemagne’s Hospital dated 27th and 28th November 1676). Single. Catholic.

 

 

Received 18th January 1715

 

Neil Bradley aged 60 of Londonderry soldier of the colonel of Berwick’s regiment, in which he has served 23 years (borne out by his certificate). His wounds and infirmities put him out of service. Catholic.

 

   

Received 1st March 1715

Died 15th December 1717 at Aigues Mortes ATD

Edmond Brohy aged 63 of Limerick, soldier of Sr. Butler, O’Donnell’s Irish regiment, under Fitzgerald and Albemarle, in which he has served 24 years (seems from his certificate). His weak eyesight and other infirmities make him unfit to continue in service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 10th October 1715

 

Jack Branan (Brennan) aged 32 of Athlone, soldier of Charles Dillon, Dillon’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 12 years. He is very troubled by his back and right thigh having been buried by the effect of a bomb at Landau, which along with his wounds makes him totally unfit to serve. Catholic.

3rd March 1718 taken to Kremlin-Bicester by order from the Counsel for having revolted against his sergeant (who wished him to return to his duty being on guard at the butcher's) and seizing an rifle from a bodyguard to kill him. The King pardoned him on 19th June 1718 and he returned here on the 25th June 1718.

   

 

Received 27th February 1716

Died 25th December 1721 at Calais ATD

Germain Brien aged 65 of Kinsale, County Cork soldier of Sr. Brian, Lee’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 27 years (confirmed by his certificate). His spine is crippled having been curved as the result of being lifted up by the effect of a bomb at Landau which along with a sabre cut to his right arm at Baviere puts him out of service. Married in Ireland. Catholic.

 

   

Received 23rd April 1716

Died 27th November 1725 at Le Havre ATD

Philip Bredy aged 60 of Lesvesqué, County Fermanagh, soldier of lieutenant colonel O’Neill, Lee’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 25 years (confirmed by his certificate). His troubles put him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 11th June 1716

Died 21st November 1724 at Sierck le Bains ATD

Bernard Brine aged 55 of Fahin near Londonderry, soldier of the colonel of O’Brien’s Irish regiment  under Clare, in which he has served 26 years (seems from his certificate). He is very troubled by sciatica in his left hip and thigh which along with his infirmities puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 9th July 1716

Died 24th September 1721

Geoffrey Brenant (Brennan?) aged 62 of Cloinine County Kilkenny, sergeant of Sr. Butler, Orrington’s Irish regiment, in which he has served 26 years (confirmed by his certificate). He is very troubled by his right thigh with a paralytic disposition which along with his wounds puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 31st October 1710

Died 13th April 1746 at Boulogne ATD

Jack Butler aged 33 of Capagh, County Tipperary, lieutenant following the reformation of  Galmoy’s Infantry regiment, in which he has served 5 years in that capacity as well as one year as lieutenant in the company of Sr. etc.

 

 

Received 21st November 1710

Died 7th  February 1728.

Edmond Butler aged 66 of Kilkenny, captain following the reformation of Berwick’s Irish Infantry Regiment, in which he has served 8 years in that capacity as well as 9 years as captain in Athlone’s and 3 years as captain and major in Butler Regiment’s, Kileache in Ireland. His wounds and troubles puts him out of service. He bears an order from Mr. Voysin to be received in case he fulfils the requirements. Catholic.

 

 

Received 26th June 1698

 

Nicholas Butler aged 36 of County Tipperary, reformation officer of Sr. Dutton’s company, Orrington’s Regiment under the King of England’s guards, in which he has served 6 years as well as 3 years in Ireland as lieutenant (confirmed by his certificate).  His left arm is crippled from a musket shot at St Croix. Catholic.

 


 

Received 18th February 1700

Died 4th April 1727 at Mezieres ATD.

John Burne aged 30 of County Kerry, soldier of lieutenant colonel Barnwell, Galmoy’s Regiment under the Queen of England’s Dragoons, in which he has served 8 years (confirmed by his certificate). He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

 

Received 9th October 1755

Died 5th January 1781 at the hostel.

Patrick Burke aged 55 years of Ballinakill, County Galway, sergeant in Rooth’s Irish regiment, D’unor?’s company in which he has served 26 years of which 20 years as sergeant. He has a chest oppression. Catholic.

27th August 1772 admitted to the rank of lieutenant after 14 years of serving in capacity of Captain of Borne outr a the Military School, following the order from Minister of 21st August 1772 deposed in the hostel’s archives pending a decision pour the avenir in favour of ceux which seron

 

 

Received  Name

7th August 1755

Patrick Bulier of Armagh

12th May 1763

Jack Burn of Carlow

January 1735

Maurice Bronn, Irish

1st March 1722

Daniel Brennan of the town and county of

6th August 1725

Thomas Barrett of Dreschanne

20th July 1721

Theodore Barry, aged 62 of Dungannon

16th November 1741

William Barret of Cork town.

9th January 1744

David Barnoüels of Drochoden, Ireland

10th March 1763

Richard Barry of Millearny, Morminie province, Ireland. Married

December 1734

Jack Brady Irish

1st May 1727

Richard Bellew of Dundalk, County

October 1739

Jack Bermingham of fildchtonn?, County Dublin

23rd September 1723

David Berningham of Minuth, County Kildare

31st March 1763

John Bigg of Dublin. Married

unknown

Nicholas le Blanc of Limerick

16th December 1734

Edmond Bourke Irish

September 1721

Toby Borne of Cornoüille, Ireland

unknown

John Boyde of Derry town

20th July 1721

Edmond Borne, aged 26 of Talavele, County Carlow

28th July 1720

William Bourke of Galway

21st September 1741

Patrick Bourne of Dublin town

4th October 1742

Philip Boyle of Louth

1st October 1739

Jack Braughall of Dublin town

28th August 1738

Patrick Brown of Galway town

30th July 1744

John Bredy of Dundalk, County Louth

16th February 1719

John Bray of Ballé Colon, County Leitrim. Married in Nantes

unknown

John Butler of Dublin

unknown

Theobald Butler of Kournelenn, County Carlow