Received 12th December  1705

Re-entered service 24 January 1705

Daniel Carroll aged 34 of Limerick, soldier of Sr. Carroll, Clare’s Regiment, in which he has served for 16 years. His left hand is crippled from a rifle shot at the last Battle of Hochstadt. All confirmed by his certificate. Catholic. Married in Paris

 

 

Received  29th March 1715

Sent Back. Given ????? a new escu

John Calagnan (Callaghan) aged 45 of Clormine, sergeant of Sr. Macsolle, Berwick’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served for 5 years as well as 3 years in Chateaubriand's, 20 years in Toulouse 's and 8 years in Clare's (all borne out by his certificate). He is very troubled by rheumatism in his left thigh which along with his wounds puts him out of service. Married in Toul. Catholic.

 

 

Received 20th August 1716

Died 26th March 1741 at Havre Hospital ATD.

Bernard Callaghan aged 52 of Dundalk, cavalier of Sr. Betagh, Nugent’s Irish Regiment under Sheldon, in which he has served for 24 years, borne out by his certificate. He is troubled by his stomach from a rifle shot at Marsaglia which along with  a blow to his head with a rifle butt at Ramillies and weak eyesight puts him out of service. Married in Avranche. Catholic.

 

 

Received 4th December  1711

Died 4th December 1716 at Nantes Chateau ATD.

John Cammans (Cummins), known as St John, aged  45 of Kelmort, Ireland, grenadier in Dassigny's, Orrington’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served for 22 years, borne out by his certificate. His left thigh is crippled from a rifle shot at Malplaquet. He comes at present from a company of invalids at Amiens. Catholic

 

 

Received 8th April 1707

Jack Caissy (Casey) aged 22  of Cork, soldier of Sr. O’Neill, Berwick’s Regiment, in which he says he has served 3 years. His knee is crippled due to being hit by a bomb fragment at Turin. Catholic.

   

 

Received 18th June 1693

Sent back. Given £24 PSC.

Yves Carty aged 19 of County Cork, soldier of Sr. Fitzgerald, Athlone’s Regiment, in which he says he has served 2 years. He is strongly troubled by his hip and his right thigh by sciatic gout inneteré which puts him out of service. Catholic.

   

 

Received 9th November  1708

Died 17th January 1720

Bernard Cadan aged 63 of Kareqmakaroche, County Monahan, soldier of Sr. Calhane, Orrington’s Regiment under the King of England’s Guards, in which he has served 16 years (borne out by his certificate,)and says he again served 4 years. His right knee is crippled from a rifle shot at Stolhoffen which has left him with an inneteré abscess which puts him out of service. Married in Strasbourg. Catholic.

 

 

Received 28th September  1708

Gerhand Cahanne aged 46 of Derry, grenadier of Sr. Barry, Dillon’s Regiment, in which he says he has served 20 years as well as 6 years in Ireland. His right arm is crippled from a sabre cut at Cassano which along with his other wounds puts him out of service. He comes at present from a company of invalids which was at Antibes. Married in Ireland. Catholic.

1st July 1715 the said Gerhand Cahanne of Sr. Toulouse's company being ATD in garrison at Le Havre and Dieppe received a leave paper from his captain by order of Mr Duvivier of 6 months.

 

 

Received 27th June 1710

Died 23rd July 1710

Neal Carre aged 45 years of Bennebarye, County Armagh, soldier of the colonel of O’Donnell’s Regiment, in which he has served for 18 years, borne out by his certificate, and says he has served 5 years in Ireland. His shoulder is crippled from a rifle shot and he is troubled by his right side from a bayonet cut at Turin which along with dropsy puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 19th April 1715

Died 6th February 1722I in Huninguen Hospital

Neal Callahan aged 68 of Mortnaréehe, County Armagh, soldier of Sr. Geoghegan, Galmoy’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 23 years, confirmed by his certificate. His wounds and troubles put him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 8th May 1705

Died 13th March 1733 at Bapaume ATD.

Gregory Carbelly aged 50 of Dublin, soldier of Sr. Monclat, Greder-Allemand 's Regiment in which he has served for 7 years as well as 10 years in Charlemont’s (all borne out by his certificate). He is troubled by his right knee from a rifle shot at Landau which along with his other wounds and troubles makes him totally incapable of continuing his services. Cooper by trade.  Catholic

 

 

Received 2nd March 1696

Sent back. He was given £15 PSC

Laurence Cahan aged 63 years of London, County Derry, sergeant in Sr. Nugent’s Regiment, King of England Royal Dragoons, in which he has served 4 years, as well as  2 in Hamilton’s. His certificate states that he has served 30 years equally in France, England and Ireland. His left shoulder is crippled from a musket shot at Marsaglia which along with his other wounds puts him out of service. Catholic

 

 

Received 4th February 1700

Francis Caery aged 58 of County Cork, sergeant of Sr. Bourke, Lee’s Regiment under Montcassel, Greder, Furstemberg and Hamilton, in which he has served 30 years (borne out by his certificate). He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received Catholic.

 


 

Received 25th February 1700

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

Gerhand Soüillevan (Sullivan) aged 26 of Castouille, County Cork, soldier of Sr. McCarty, Berwick’s Regiment under Athlone in which he has served 8 years, borne out by his certificate. He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Catholic .

 

   

Received 11th March 1700

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

John Calhane aged 39 years of Cork, soldier of lieutenant colonel Ruth, Orrington’s regiment, under the King of England’s Guards, in which he has served 8 years, borne out by his certificate. Received by verbal order of the Marquis of Barbesieux. Married in Paris. Catholic

 

 

Received 13th May 1700

 

Henry Cauly aged 40 years of County Antrim, soldier in Colonel Orrington’s Regiment under the King of England’s Guards and Hamilton, in which he has served 29 years, borne out by his certificate. Bearer of an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be Received Married in Paris . Catholic

The day after his reception he gave up his place and to facilitate his journey back to his country. He was given £30 and his certificate was returned to him.

 

   

Received  11th November 1700

Died 30th August 1721 at Verdun ATD.

Etienne Cavanagh, 55 years, of County Wexford, corporal of Sr. Galfort, Dillon’s Regiment under Greder-Alemand, Furstemberg and Hamilton, in which he has served 25 years, confirmed by his certificate. His weak eyesight puts him out of service. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

   

Received 7th March 1697

Sent back. Given £15 PSC

John Callahan aged 65 of Offaly, cavalier of the Queen of England, in which he has served 12 years as much in France and Ireland as in England, borne out by his certificate His wounds and troubles puts him out of service. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

 

Received unknown 

Jack Cassy aged 27 years of Dublin, soldier of Sr. Edward Dillon, Dillon’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served for 6 years, confirmed by his certificate, and says he served 3 years in Ireland. His left arm is crippled from a musket shot at Castelfoillit which along with several other wounds puts him out of service. Catholic.

 


 

Received 4th August1698

Morgan Cassin aged 28 years of County Cork, soldier of Thomas Dillon, Dillon’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 8 years, borne out by his certificate. His right hand is crippled from a grenade fragment at the Siege of Barcelona along with which he has lost his left eye as the result of an explosion at the Siege of Ostabrick. These and other wounds put him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

 

Received 2nd December 1694

Died 28 October 1719 at Calais Hospital ATD of Fort Nieullay

Noel Canalé (Connolly? aged 24 years of County Athlone, soldier of Sr. Fitzgerald, Athlone’s Regiment, in which he says he has served 3 years and 4 in Ireland. His right arm is crippled from a rifle shot sustained whilst in a party commanded by Bourke against the Barbets in the Valley of Pragelat. Catholic.

 

 

Received 5May 1702

Died 10th May 1709

Owen Cavanagh known as St Luke aged  70  of County Tyrone, soldier of Sr. Boussu, Thoy’s Regiment, in which he has served 3 and a half years as well as 27 years in the regiments of Lee, Montcassel, Greder-Alemand, Furstemberg, and Hamilton, confirmed by his certificates. His infirmities put him out of service. Married in Ireland. Catholic.

 

 

 

Received 8th December 1702

Terence Cavell aged 59 years of County Tyrone, soldier of Sr. Rourk, Lee’s Regiment under Montcassel and Hamilton, in which he has served 25 years, borne out by his certificate. His weak eyesight and other troubles put him out of service. Catholic.

   

 

Received 17th August1703

Died 8th November  1712 at Bergues ATD

 

Simon Callaghan aged 50 years of County Cork, soldier of Sr. Maxwell, Berwick’s Irish Regiment, in which he says he has served for one year, as well as 4 years in Thoy's and 9 years in Lee’s and Montcassel's. His left arm is crippled from a musket shot at the Combat of Luzzara. Catholic.

 

   

Received  28th March 1704

Died 12th November  1718

Terence Carroll aged 57 years, of Dublin, cavalier of the Marquis of Ancenix, Bourgogne’s Regiment , in which he has served 7 years, and as well as 14 years in the Queen of England Regiment as much in France as in Ireland (all borne out by his certificate). Kidney pain along with other troubles puts him out of service. Married in St Gerhand in Laye. Catholic.

24th March 1705 re-entered service in the Company of Sr. Carroll commanding Berwick’s Infantry Regiment.


Henry Callaghan, 53 years, of County Dublin, soldier of Sr. Bourke Lieutenant Colonel of Fitzgerald’s Regiment under Albemarle, in which he says he has served 13 years. He is strongly troubled by a tombe as the result of a fall from high in a tree in which he has was climbing to cut the branches to make the fascines to build the retrenchments near Mantova two years ago, which along with his other troubles puts him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

Received 6June1704

Died 19 October

Charles Carroll, 50 years, of Offaly, cavalier of Sr. of St Croix, Sheldon’s Regiment, in which he has served 12 years, borne out by his certificate. His left arm is crippled from a sabre cut at Spire along with his other wounds puts him out of service, Bearer of a order from Mr Chamillart to be received, catholic

 

 

 

Died 8 March 1731 at Dunkirk ATD.

Edmond Caffoüo (Caffrey), 33 years, of County Limerick, soldier of Sr. Nagle’s Company, Orrington’s Irish Regiment under the King of England’s Guards, in which he has served 15 years, seems by his certificate. His left hand is crippled from a rifle shot at the Siege of Ausbourg, which makes him totally incapable of continuing his services. Catholic.

 

 

 

Received 24/2/1713

Died 3rd December  1727 at Calais ATD.

Laurent Casquéra aged 60 , of Monahan, soldier of Sr. Barneval, O’Donnell’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 23 years, confirmed by his certificate. His weak vision along with his wounds and other infirmities put him out of service. He comes at present from a Company of Invalids at Amiens. Catholic.

 

 

 

Received 23December 1714

Died 15th March 1735 at Montbeliard ATD.

Louis Cauny known as Malachi, aged 55 of Dublin, soldier of Sr. Condom, Orrington’s Regiment, in which he has served 20 years borne out by his certificate He is very troubled by his kidneys from a rifle shot at Ste Croix. From time to time the wound reopens which puts him out of service. He is one of a number of Invalids received at Strasbourg. Catholic.

 

 

 

Received 27th March 1705

Died 28th September  1717 at Arras Citadel as lieutenant ATD.

Jack Caddan aged 44 years of Kilkenny, lieutenant following the reformation of Orrington’s Regiment under the King of England’s Guards, in which he has served 15 years as much in that capacity as lieutenant. He is extremely troubled from a rifle shot which entered below his jaw and exited at the side of his left ear which carried off part of his jaw and half of his tongue at the Combat of Ste Croix which puts him out of service. Bearer of a order of Mr Chamillart to be received. Catholic.

 

 

Received 24th February 1695

Admitted 3rd March 1695

John Carroll, 28 years of Offaly, dragoon in Dioghan’ Company, King of England’s Dragoons Regiment, in which he says he has served 4 years in France and 5 years in Ireland. His left arm is crippled from a sabre cut at Marsaglia. Married and has brought his wife to Paris. Catholic absent.

Gave up his place 21st May 1695. Given £15 and his certificates were returned to him.

 

   

Received 25th January1715

Died 29th March 1724

Jack Cagagne aged 60 years of Cork, corporal of lieutenant colonel Verion  of Greder-Alemand’s Regiment under Orrington and King Jacques Guards, in which he has served 26 years, confirmed by his certificate and says he has also served 4 years in Ireland. He has lost his right eye and is strongly troubled by the other with a fluxion which along with his wounds and decline of his left side puts him out of service. Catholic

 

   

Received 1st July 1729

Died 15th November  1739

Bernard Campbell aged 58 years of the town of Derry, soldier of Sr. Geoghan, Berwick’s Irish Regiment in which he has served 27 years (mentioned in his certificate dated 17th June 1729). His left foot is crippled having been broken in a fall he had which along with his wounds puts him out service. Catholic.

 

 

3rd October 1676 Refused attend because he is not crippled. Received 16th October 1676 by order of Mr.etc Died 31st January 1677

Anthony de Castro, 55 years, soldier in Colonel Dongan's under Hamilton in which he has served for 4 years, and says he has also served in France 23 years as much in  Dillon's regiment as Bouillon’s. He can no longer continue his services not so much because of his wounds and fatigues as because of his great age (appears from the certificate of his colonel dated 24 September 1676). Single. Catholic.

 

 

 

 

Charles Cassidy aged 35 years, soldier in Anthony Hamilton's company in the regiment of the same name, apt Duggan in which he has served for 5 years. He can no longer continue his services due to two musket shots: one to his body and another in the throat the day when Mr Turenne was killed. He bears a certificate from Anthony Hamilton dated 29th August last. He Married in Ireland. Catholic.

Le dt Jour refused attend because he is not crippled and has scrofula. Given £6 to return to Ireland.

   

 

 

Received 8th February 1676

Gave up his place 25th October 1676 to return to Ireland.

Daniel Carroll Irish aged 25 years, soldier in Geoghegan's company in which he has served two years. His left knee was wounded by a cannon shot (the same day that Mr Turenne was killed. This wound has left him crippled and out of service. Since being wounded he has stayed in Haguenau and Nancy Hospitals. Single. Catholic.

 

   

 

Received 5th September  1676 Received as soldier.

Gave up his place 10th October 1676 and asked to return to his country. Given £15 with his clothes and linen underwear for the journey.

Neal Camell aged 52 years, soldier in Hamilton's in the regiment of the same name in which he has served 5 years. He can no longer continue his services as he is dropsical. He bears a leave paper from Mr. Hamilton dated 29th August 1675. Married. Catholic.

 

   

 

Received 5th September  1676

Refused care 5th September  1676 because he is not wounded and he has scrofula. Given £6 to return to Ireland.

Patrick Caffrey Irish aged 28 years, soldier in Oncal's, Hamilton’s regiment in which he has served for 5 years. He can no longer continue his services having been wounded at the Battle of Strasbourg. He bears a certificate from captain Anthony Hamilton of the regiment of the same name. Single. Catholic.

 

 

Received 21st August 1677

Gave up his place 18th April 1678. Given £15, his clothes and 2 sets of linen underwear. 

Bernard Cavanagh aged 60 years Irish, Scots Gendarmes. He has served 10 years of service which he has been obliged of leave as much for the wounds Received at the Battle of Cassel and elsewhere as for his caducity. He bears a leave paper from Sr. Crolly the same day. Single. Catholic.

 

 

 

 

Received 1st March 1715

Died 1st June 1718.

Bernard Carerane aged 60 years of Duncannon, County Tyrone, sergeant in Carol's, Galmoy’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 23 years, borne out by his certificates. His weak vision along with his wounds and infirmities put him out of service. Tailor by trade. Catholic.

 

   

 

Received 8th March 1715

Died 15th November  1715I ATD. at Aigues Mortes.

Terence Carran aged 60 years of County Tyrone, soldier in McDermott's, Galmoy’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 23 years, confirmed by his certificate. His wounds and troubles put him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 28th May 1716

Died 18th February 1720

Nicolas Cavanagh aged 65 years, of Santrie near Dublin, soldier in Murphy's, Galmoy’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 23 years, confirmed by his certificate. He is very troubled by his left thigh of a  strongly considerable Loupe which along with his weak stomach and his wounds puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

   

 

Received 11th June 1716

Died 20th January 1718 at Colmar having been shot by one of his comrades

Patrick Cantelon, 50 years, of Kilkenny?, brigadier of Sr. Betagh, Nugent’s Irish Regiment under Sheldon, in which he has served 24 years, confirmed by his certificate. One digit of his left hand is crippled from a sabre cut sustained during the Siege of Bouchain which along with his other wounds and troubles puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 24th December 1716

Died 5th November  1720 in Arras Hospital ATD.

Gerhand Caramady? aged 60 years of Limerick, soldier in captain Callaghan's company, O’Brien’s Irish Regiment under Clare, in which he has served 26 years, confirmed by his certificate. His wounds and troubles make him totally unfit for service. Catholic.

 

   

Received 11th August1718

Died 31st January 1733

Thomas Canavan aged 60 years of Clunin, County Galway, soldier in Dillon's under Limerick in which he has served for 26 years. He is greatly troubled by his right knee from a bomb fragment at the Siege of Landau, along with which he is strongly troubled for avoir been Bruslé by the fire which prit has a Barrel of powder being in a Battery at the Siege of Lurid puts him out of service, he is one of a number of soldiers reformed and Sent back into a company of invalids at the Citadel of Havre. He has brought neither a leave paper nor his certificate. Catholic.

   

 

Received 21st July 1729

Died 16th August 1737 at Strasbourg ATD.

Patrick Carroll, aged 60 years of Hackregan, County Armagh, soldier in Toole's, Dillon’s Irish Regiment leaving by incorporation into Galmoy's Regiment in which he has served 38 years, borne out by his certificate dated 6th July 1729. He is troubled by a stomach oppression and rheumatic pains in his arms which put him out of service. Catholic.

 

   

Received 10th September 1693

Sent back. Given £11.10s PSC

William Cheez aged 30 years of County Cork, soldier of Sr. McCarty, Clare Regiment, in which he says he has served 3 years, and 3 in Ireland. He is strongly troubled by scrofula which puts him out of service. Catholic

 


 

Received 19th July 1696 as cavalier

Died 4th March 1699

Charlot Donohy aged 28 years, of County Rihe, dragoon of Sr. Copinger, Queen of England’ Regiment, in which he has served 5 years, borne out by his certificate, and says he has served 3 years in Ireland. He received two wounds at the Siege of Palamos, sçavoir one of a coup of Canon tiré has Cartouche of which one ball traverse his left wrist which crippled his hand, and the other his right thigh which luy sort at the dessous of parties which put him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 6th March 1698

Died 22nd September  1712 at Arras ATD.

John Chihan (Sheehan) aged 28 years, of Cork, soldier of Sr. Maganér, Queen of England Regiment’s, in which he has says he has served 6 years. He has had his left arm “cut” following a musket shot at the Siege of Barcelona. Catholic

 

 

Received 6th March 1698

Died 7th November 1719 at le Havre de Grace ATD.

Michael Cheridan (Sheridan) aged 35 years of Limerick, soldier of Sr. Dalton, the Queen of England’s Regiment, in which he has says he has served 6 years. He has lost his right eye and can hardly see with the other as the result of a musket to his head at the Siege of Barcelona which puts him out of service. Surgeon by Profession. Catholic

 

   

 

Received 1st May 1698

Died 27th January 1722 at Metiers ATD.

William Chonins aged 25 years of County Galway, soldier of Sr. Archdeacon, Clancarty’s Regiment, in which he says he has served 6 years. His right thigh was crippled by a cannon carriage wheel which went over his thigh whilst helping to make a battery at the Siege of Barcelona. Catholic.

 

 

Received 5th June 1692

Sent back. He was given £13 PSC

Daniel Chittry aged 20 years of County Cork, soldier of Sr. Hogan, Lord Montcassel's Regiment, in which he has says he has served 2 and a half years. He is strongly troubled by scrofula which put him out of service. Catholic

 

   

 

Received 4th June 1678

23rd June 1678 he wished to retire to Ireland. Given two outfits and £25

Thomas Choch Irish aged 35 years, soldier in Bourke's company, Dongan’s Regiment, in which he says he has served for the last seven years. His right arm was blown off by a cannonball at the Siege of Fribourg in Brisgau , n'a aucun certificate sinon un route given at Nancy 10th May last. Catholic, Single.

 

 

Received 10th February 1685

Died 22nd January 1735

Patrick Chomy Irish, aged 27 soldier in Chelle's, Furstemberg's Regiment in which he has served for 8 years. His left arm is crippled from a musket shot at Gironne. Catholic.

 

 

Received 20th July 1703

Died 25th May 1709

Charlot Mackinaw 50 years, native (of France?) under Belfort during the Siege, but originally Irish, sergeant of Sr. St John, Dillon’s regiment under Greder-Alemand, Furstemberg and Hamilton, in which he has served 30 years, confirmed by his certificate. His weak vision put him out of service. Catholic.

 

   

Received 3rd November 1713

Died 31st January 1718

Raymond Chies aged 56 years, of St Esprit in Ireland, cavalier of Sr. du Trape, Fleché's Regiment, in which he says he has served 4 years, as well as 6 years in Orrington's. His left hand was crippled from a rifle shot which he Received in portant the fascine at the Siege of Gironne. He is one of a number of Invalids that were at Bordeaux. Catholic.

 

   

Received 9th August1686: only to the recovery section. 8th November 1686 Received permanently.

 Gave up his place 5th March 1687 and was given £15

Richard Chartuelle Irish aged 38 years, soldier of Sr. Spindeler, Furstemberg's Regiment of  in which he says he has served 4 years aas well as 10 years in Hamilton's, has had the kidneys ruptured and the thigh Demise of several coups of Crosse of musket which he Received in mounting an assault of Gironne. Single. Knows no other trade. Catholic.

 

 

 

 

Denis Chosnoy known as the garenne the lendemain Jour of the Pentecost 1673 Irish, 60 years soldier in the company of Valon 's company, premier captain in Hamilton's English Regiment of in which he has Sort pntemt and is at the service of the King since 1636 sans discontinuation soit in the Guards of Marshal of the Mesleray, Normandy Regiment company of the Magne in which he has served 15 years fut pris a bigery is demeuré Esclave Jusque a ce que the King eust the bounty of the Retirer a served 8 years of Lort at the regiment of Champagne during his services a Received several great wounds and amongst others to his left foot dont il is crippled. He bears several good certificates being presented at the counsel the lendemain day of the Pentecost 1673. Single. Catholic

 

   

Gerhand Chenessy (Shaughnessy) known as “The Hope Of Ireland” aged 50 years soldier in the company of Monsieur the Chev of Caluisson Captain of the Kings Guards Regiment in which he has served ou plustot of his troubles ainsy which he appert by the certificate of his cappnes 'being presented to the counsel on 24th March 1674. Admitted  only until he is cured. Catholic. Single.

 

   

Received 13th June 1676

Refused having insufficient service and being badly afflicted with scrofula but has no other wound. Given £15 to return to Ireland.

William Christ Irish, 24 soldier in captain Grace's company, Hamilton’s regiment, in which he has served 3 years. His left arm is crippled from a fluxion which prevents him from continuing his services. He bears a certificate from the doctor at Toul Hospital to say that he needs to take his native air again to recover, dated 21st May 1676 and a passport from Sr. Britton, his major. Single. Catholic.

   

 

Received 26th June 1677 as soldier

Died 5th March 1694

Cornelius Christ Irish aged 52 years, soldier of captain Roind,  Furstemberg’s Regiment. in lieutenant colonel dated 1st May 1677 that he has served in France for 32 years and can no longer continue his services for the troubles which have come to him. He bears a recommendation from Mr Camus of Beaulieu, Intendant in Catalogne, given at Perpignan 30th April 1677. Single. Catholic.

 

 

   

Received 29th December 1713 

Jack Ciel known as St Jacques aged 32, of Dublin, dragoon in  Lieutenant Colonel Villette's, Second Languedoc Regiment, in which he has served 10 years, borne out by his certificate. He has had his right wrist “cut” following a rifle shot which he sustained in a detachment near Rinsabe He comes at present from a Company of Invalids at Strasbourg. Carpenter by trade. Catholic

 

 

 

Andrew Clancy aged 67 years, of County Abredan, sergeant of Sr. Rourk, Lord Montcassel’s Regiment in which he says he has served 6 years. His left hip is crippled from a coup of pierre which he Received in mounting at the assault of Montmélian which along with his other wounds puts him out of service. Married in Piedmont.  Catholic.

 

   

 

Received 6th August 1693

Died 20th March 1694

Gerhand Cleary aged 25 years of County Cork, soldier of Sr. McCarty, Montcassel’s Regiment, in which he says he has served 5 years. He sustained a musket shot across the mouth at the Siege of Reinsfeld which broke his jaw and cut part of his tongue which prevents him from speaking easily and another to his left arm which puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

   

 

Received 25th April 1710

Died 19th January 1719 at Bellisle ATD

Maurice Clark aged 64 of Kildare, soldier of Sr. Wyndham, Orrington’s Regiment under the King of England’s Guards, in which he has served for 27 years (7 of those  in Ireland) confirmed by his certificate. He is very troubled by his right foot due to a rifle shot which he Received near Fort Louis of Rhine which along with his other wounds puts him out of service. Catholic.

   

 

Received 1st April 1700

1st January 1701 deserted from the hostel.  

Manus Cleary, 48 years, of County Monaghan, soldier of Sr. Galifer, Dillon’s Regiment under Greder-Alemand, Furstemberg, and Hamilton, in which he has  served 28 years, borne out by his certificate. He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received along with the following two. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

   

Received 10th April 1698

Died 31st July 1700

Jack Closquy aged 36 years, of County Dermach, grenadier of Sr. of Bussay, Orrington’s regiment, under the King of England’s guards in which he has says he has served 10 years, is crippled of the knee left of a musket shot which he Received has the taking of a château in September  1696 while the army was camped at Winnandalle in Flanders, borne out by his certificate. Catholic.

 

   

  Died 1st December  1703

William Bourg aged 26 years, of Clolmult in Ireland, soldier of Sr. McCarty, Lee’s regiment under Montcassel, in which he has served 7 years, confirmed by his certificate. He has had his right arm “cut” after a rifle shot at the Siege of Ath. Catholic.

 

 

 

Received 23rd December 1712

Died 20th November  1719

Gerhand Clouny 78 years, of Limerick, soldier of Sr. O’Neill, O’Brien’s Regiment under Clare, Talbot, Clare, Greder-Alemand and Hamilton, in which he has served 40 years, confirmed by his certificate. His wounds and troubles put him out of service. Married in Douai. Catholic.

 

 

Received 1st December 1713

Died 25th September  1728 at Ham ATD.

Francis Clary known as St François 60 years, of Athlone, soldier of Sr. Calham McCarthy Captain in Berwick’s Infantry Irish Regiment in which he says he has served 18 years His right knee is troubled from a rifle shot Received near Pinerolo, along with another rifle shot to his left shoulder at Cremona making him unfit to continue his services. He is one of a number of Invalids which were  at Besançon. Catholic.

 

   

 

Received 16th September 1751

Died July 1761 at Dunkirk ATD

Bryan Clunin, 43 years, of the town and County of Longford, sergeant in Dillon’s Irish Regiment, Lynch’s Company, in which he has served 23 years, of which 11 years were as a sergeant. He extremely troubled by his right knee since a coup of feu at the Battle of Fontenoy. Catholic

 


 

 

Received 3rd May 1715

Died 18th August 1720 at Lorient ATD.

John Cocklan, 55 years, of Bendonne County Cork, soldier of the Colonel of Berwick’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 23 years, borne out by his certificate. He is very troubled by mal caduc, which put him out of service. Catholic.

 

   

Received 22nd December 1695

Died 1st March 1699 at Bayonne ATD

Thomas Cody aged 62 years of County Kilkenny, soldier in Britton's, Talbot’s Regiment, in which he has served 2 years as well as 2 in Clare, 7 in Surbeck, 4 in Konigsmarck, 5 in Furstemberg, and 7 in Hamilton, borne out by his certificates that he has served 26 years. His left arm is crippled from a musket shot which he Received 20 years ago at the passage of the Rhine after the death of Mr Turenne which along with other wounds puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 4th February 1707

 

Roger Coesle, 49 years, of Monnenoie County Donegal, soldier of the Colonel of Fitzgerald’s Regiment under Albemarle, in which he has served 16 years borne out by his certificate. He is troubled by mal caduc which put shim out of service. Married in Paris. Catholic.

24 March 1707 re-entered at the service, in the Company Lieutenant Colonel of Fitzgerald's  Irish Infantry Regiment.

13th March 1711 he returned from service and re-entered the hostel.

13 November  1719 Roger Coesle of the Company of Sr. Bomicourt ATD in garrison at Caen having obtained a leave paper from his Captain for 3 months which ended 4th September  last not having returned from there ….

 

   

Received  9th January 1677

Died 7th October 1685

Remond (de) Coffey known as Remond Irish, 53 years, soldier of Sr. of the Villedieu at the Guards regiment in which he has served 13 years under several captains can no longer continue his services for the troubles which luy sont venues, is bearer of a certificate from Sr. of the Rapée dated 6th January 1677 and a leave paper from his lieutenant dated 30th December 1676. Single. Catholic.

   

 

Received 2nd March 1703

 

Art Coghlane aged 55 years of Offaly, sergeant in Bermingham's, Dillon’s regiment under Surbeck, Furstemberg and Hamilton, in which he has served 30 years, borne out by his certificate. He has lost his right eye and is strongly troubled by the other, which along with a pistol shot through his body at the Battle of Marsaglia puts him out of service. Catholic.

 


 

Received 17th February 1713

 

John Coghelan aged 60 years of Cork, soldier in Cavanagh's, Berwick’s Regiment, in which he has at served 20 years, confirmed by his certificate. His right hand is crippled from a bomb fragment at the Siege of Montmeillan which along with other wounds puts him out of service. He comes at present from a company of invalids at Montmélian Chambery. Catholic.

 

 

Received 1st March 1715

 

John Coigly (Quigley), aged 65 years of Kilmore near Londonderry, soldier in Glasco's, Dillon’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 24 years (according to his certificate). He is troubled by sciatica in this left thigh which along with weak vision puts him out of service. Married in Ireland. Catholic

 

   

Received 23rd January1705

Died 5th January 1735 at Philippeville hospital ATD.

Marguene (Morgan?) Colin aged 33 years of County Dublin, grenadier in Kennedy's, Lee's Irish regiment under Montcassel, in which he has served 18 years, confirmed by his certificate. His left arm was crippled by a cannon shot at the Siege of Filiguen. Catholic.

 

 

 

Received 17th September 1693

Sent back. Given £18.12s PSC.

Anthony Colome aged 70 years of the Province of Connacht, soldier in Taffee's Company, Dillon’s Irish Regiment, in which he says he has served 3 years as well as a year and a half in Ireland,. His passport confirms that he has served 8 years. Kidney pain, his age and other troubles put him out of service. Married in Ireland. Catholic.

 

 

Received 2nd October 1698

 

Richard Colin aged 30 years of County Louth, soldier in Lincoln's, Lee’s regiment under Montcassel, in which he has served 10 years, confirmed by his certificate. His right knee was crippled by a musket shot at the Siege of Ath. Catholic.

 

 

Received 2nd December 1694

Died 14th October 1733

Owen Colane aged 26 years of Dunghanin, soldier inf Bourg, Charlemont's Regiment in which he has at served 4 years according to his certificate. His right knee and thigh were crippled by two musket shots at the Siege of Heidelberg . Catholic.

 

 

Received 16th April 1678

Gave up his place. Given £ 24

Denis Collen aged 42 years, English gendarme in which he served since two years in that capacity as well as five in the Royal English Regiment. He is out of service as his right knee was broken by the chute of his horse following a pistol shot at the journée of Cassel, since which time he ihas rested malade in the hospitals, notably Orleans hospital in which he remained until now, according to the certificates from his ensign and sous lieutenant given at Orleans 8th February 1678. Catholic. Single.

 

 

 

 

Received 17th August 1703

Died 1st January 1701.

Patrick Coleman aged 72 years, of County Low, soldier of Sr. Thomas Dillon, Dillon’s Irish Regiment, in which he says he has served 17 years of which 4 years in Ireland. His troubles and wounds put him out of service. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

 

Received 24th August 1714

 

John Collins aged 30 years of Maghararny, Monaghan, soldier of O’Neill, Berwick’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 8 years, confirmed by his certificate, has had his right arm following a coup of cannon at the Siege of Fribourg in Brisgau. Married in Paris.  Bonnetier by trade.  Catholic.

22nd May 1720 John Collins Irish being of the Company of Sr. of Montague ATD. in garrison at Verdun Citadel o, having obtained a leave paper from his Captain for two months the 27th July 1719, did not etc

 

 

 

Received 12th November 1678

Died 14th February 1693

Charles Collin Irish aged 72 years, soldier in Romp's company, Furstemberg's Regiment,  in which he has served for nine years - according to the leave paper from his commandant approved by Mr Camus of Beaulieu given at Perpignan 5th October 1678. His age and his wounds (which have left both hands crippled) prevent him from serving. Says he has 38 years of service. Catholic.

 

   

 

Received 3rd June 1717

Died 15th May 1728 at Le Havre ATD

John Collin Irish aged 57 years of Trim County Meath, soldier in Barnewal's, O’Brien’s Irish Regiment under O’Donnell, Fitzgerald and Dublin, in which he has served 25 years, confirmed by his certificate dated 18th May1717. He is very troubled by the stomach from a rifle shot at the Combat of Luzzara which puts him out of service. Married in Aire en le Lys. Catholic.

 

 

 

 

John Comin Irish aged 23 years soldier in the lieutenant colonel's of Dongan's Regiment in which he says he has served for 4 years. He cannot continue in service as his groin and right knee were crippled by a fragment of grenade fragment during an encounter with party coming from Luxembourg. He bears a leave paper from his colonel given in Paris 10th March last. Catholic. Single.

Died 15th December 1678

 

Received 29th October 1699

Died 9th April 1728

Thomas Comyne aged 55 years of County Tipperary, lieutenant in the Company Colonel's of Clare Infantry Regiment under O’Brien, in which he has served 10 years, as well as 20 years in Surbeck, Conigsmarck, Furstemberg, and Hamilton. His wounds and troubles puts him out of service. He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be admitted into the hostel. Catholic.

 

 

Received 15th July 1694

Died 27th November 1707

Bernard Commousky aged 70 years of County Loup in Ireland, soldier in Douly's, Montcassel's Regiment, in which he has says he has served 4 years, as well as 3 and a half years in  Surbeck and Conismarck, 13 in Furstemberg and 16 in Hamilton. His weak vision, wounds and troubles put him out of service. Married in Ireland. Catholic.

 

 

Received 25th July 1704

Died 12th March 1724

Daniel Cohand aged 59 years, of Limerick in Ireland, sergeant of Sr. of Chasteaugaillard, Regiment Estranger of Albaret under Thoy, in which he has at served 4 years, and as well as 27 years in Lee, Montcassel, Surbeck, Conigsmarck, Furstemberg and Hamilton, All borne out by his certificates, his wounds and troubles puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 4th July 1676

28 December  1676 Il is Died

Thomas Commerfort aged 21 years of Kilkenny in Ireland, soldier of captain Maclamare, Hamilton’s regiment in which he has served since its creation. He is totally unfit for service since he sustained a musket shot to the body during the Combat of Rhine last year and since when he has beein in Toul hospital.(according to the Doctor's cerificate of the hospital du known as lieu in date of 9 of passé at the bas duqlis the leave paper from his Major which luy ordonne apres his garrison of se rendre audt regiment is aussi bearer of certificate from the Surgeon at the hospital of Châlon in Champagne dated 24th June 1676. Single. Catholic.

 

 

Received 14th July 1729

Died 19th August 1732 at Peronne ATD

Edmond Comminze aged 57 years of Hader, County Limerick, soldier of Sr. Ranleigh in Berwick’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 20 years, borne out by his certificate dated 28 th May 1729. He is troubled by rheumatism in his legs and of thighs which puts him out of service. Married a Gray (70279) in County, catholic

 

 

Received 18th September 1705

Kennedy Connell aged 46 years of County Clare, soldier of Sr. Barry, Clare Regiment, in which he has served 15 years, borne out by his certificate, and says he has also served 4 years in Ireland. His deafness, resulting from a sabre cut wto his head at the first Combat of Hochstädt , along with his other troubles puts him out of service. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

 

Received 17th June 1707

Died 14th January 1720  

Maurice Connell aged 30 years of Cork, soldier of Sr. Callaghan, O’Brien’s Regiment under Clare, in which he has served 15 years, borne out by his certificate, is strongly troubled from a rifle shot which he Received at the traverse of Corps, and is crippled of his right arm by a rifle shot at the Battle of Ramilly which puts him out of service. Clothes tailor by trade. Catholic.

1st August 1715  Maurice Connell Irish being dela Company of Sr. Ferrer ATD. in garrison at the French Fort of Bergues having obtained a leave paper from his Captain for 2 months only to go to Le Havre didn't etc

19th June 1718 the King reinstated him.

   

 

Received 30th December 1707

Died 19th May 1720

Derby Connor Irish, 60 years, of Killarney County Kerry, corporal of Sr. Barry, Berwick’s Irish Regiment under Clare, in which he has served 18 years, borne out by his certificate, is strongly troubled by Kidneys and of the stomach provenant of avoir fouled aux feet of Horses at the Battle of Almansa which put him out of service, Married in Ireland. Catholic.

 

 

Received 3rd June 1694

Daniel Connery aged 22 years of County Waterford, soldier of Sr. Butler, Athlone Regiment, in which he has says he has served 3 years, is crippled of the left hand by a rifle shot which he Received being in a detachment in the Valley of Barcelonnette. Catholic.

 

 

Received 22nd March 1715

Died 1st March 1721.  

David Condon aged 74 years of Killord near Cork, soldier of Charles Dillon, Dillon’s Irish Regiment in which he has at served 26 years as il parroist by his certificate, is very troubled by a décente Complete of two Costés, along with a sabre cut to his nose at the affaire of Cremona which puts him out of service, Married in Paris . Catholic.

 

 

Received 20th July 1703 soldier

Died February 1738  

Simon Connolly, known as the Battery, aged 30 years, of Toul but originally of Ireland, Tambour of Sr. of Hugleville, Leuville's Regiment nder Feuquiere,in which he has served 5 years, borne out by his certificate, and says he has also served 9 years in Dublin, made blind by a fluxion which fell on his eyes following an illness which he had last year. Catholic.

22 November  1707 he was expelled by order of Mr Chamillart for getting Married without permission.

The King pardoned him by an order which Mr Chamillart sent to the Governor on 9th May 1708.

 

 

Received 11th June 1716

Patrick Connoy aged 48 years of Glandarque near Londonderry, cavalier of Sr. Francis Nugent, Nugent’s Irish Regiment under Sheldon in which he has served 25 years, confirmed by his certificate, is crippled of the hand right of a sabre cut which he Received has the Battle of Ramillies (99131), Along with his other wounds Puts him out of service, Married has Vire (14762) in Normandy, Catholic.

30th November  1719 Patrick Connoy being of the Bayler 's Company  in garrison at Ardres having been detached of the force under Handreville's command near Doullens having deserted the 28 October etc

   

 

Received 28th September 1708

Died 26th January 1728

Cornelius Connor (O'Connor) aged 52 years, of Tralee County Kerry, grenadier in Sr. Beker's, 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. Married in St Gerhand en Laye. Catholic.

 

 

Received 2nd October 1692

Died 12th January 1695

Denis Connoüy aged 25 years, of County Cork, soldier of Milord Grandprieur, Irish Marines Regiment, in which he has says he has served 5 years, has become paralysed since the Ceinture in bas which put him out of service. Catholic,

 

 

Received 11th February 1694

 

Charles Connor (O'Connor) aged 60 years of County Clare, English Gendarme in Company Commanded by Monsieur le Marquis of Mezieresin in which he says he has served 26 years, borne out by his certificate, as well as says he has served 4 years in the Regiment of French Guards, 6 years in the ferté, and 10 years under Colonel Napier Irish, is crippled of his left knee by musket shot  at the Battle of Seneffe which along with has his other wounds which he has Received since the mettant out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 8th April 1694

Sent back. Given £15 PSC.  

Daniel Conher (Connor?) aged 32 years of County Kerry, soldier in Hogan's, Montcassels's Regiment, in which he has says he has served 3 years, is strongly troubled by costé right of a  grenade fragment at the Siege of Reinsfeld . Catholic.

 

 

Received 18th December 1705

Jack Connelan aged 40 years, of County Louth, grenadier of Sr. Hacket, Orrington's Regiment under the King of England’s guards, in which he has served 18 years borne out by his certificate, is crippled of the thigh right from a rifle shot at the first Battle of Hochstädt . Catholic.

 

 

Received 4th January 1709

Died 2nd April 1723

Thady O'Connor aged 40 years of Galway, cavalier of  Lieutenant Colonel Pleindegrau, Nugent's Regiment under Sheldon, where he has served for 17 years borne out by his certificate, is very troubled by mal caduc since five years which put him out of service, is Catholic.

in recovery unit  for three years since the 5 April 1709 il is caduc for toujours.

   

 

Received 12th September 1710

Died 11th March 1716 

Daniel Connelan aged 66 years of Cork, sergeant of Sr. of O’Brien, Lee’s Regiment under Montcassel, where he has served for 25 years, borne out by his certificate, dont 21 years in France and 4 in Ireland, is very troubled by tout the Corps having été fouled aux feet of Horses at the Battle of Malplaquet which put him out of service. Catholic.

Le 23 February 1711 Il is re-entered at the service in the Company of Sr. of Saint Vallier Regiment of Limousin Infantry, the 14 sept1713 Il is of return of service

 


 

Received 28th November 1710

Died 28th July 1716

Derby Connelly aged 45 years, of Gocy? County Cork, lieutenant in Delafond's Grenadiers company,  Boschet's Infantry Regiment under Bochet, Tessé, and DuGasbellaffaire, in which he has served for 7 years as much in that capacity as  Souslieutenant, as well as 14 years as sergeant in Clare Regiment under Talbot, Lee and Clara. He is very troubled by a stomach oppression since two years along with has his weak vision and his wounds puts him out of service, Bearer of a order of Mr Voysin to be Received in case which he ait the qualities requires. Catholic.

   

 

Received 16th December 1712

Died 9th February 1728 at Philippeville hospital ATD at Mariembourg

Thomas Connelly aged 75 years of Carikmaharache, County Monahan, soldier in Lieutenant Colonel Plunkett's, O’Donnell's Irish Regiment under Fitzgerald, Albemarle and Dublin, in which he has served 23 years, borne out by his certificate, and  says he has also served 2 and a half years in Ireland. He is very troubled by a ventral hernia which along with his caducity puts him out of service. Armourer by trade. Catholic.

 

 

Received 19th April 1715

Died 10th January 1729

Raymond Condon aged 55 years, of Mitcheltown County Cork, lieutenant in Serre's company, Santerre Infantry Regiment n which he has served 16 years as much in that capacity as Sous lieutenant of Grenadiers, sergeant or soldier, as well as 9 years as soldier in Lee’s Irish regiment under Montcassel, is crippled of the left hand of a coup of a fragment of Bombe at the Siege of Montmélian  along with  his weak vision, puts him out of service. Bears an order from Mr  Chancelier to be received provided he fulfils the entry requirements. Catholic.

 

 

Received Name

Unknown

Joseph Cahill of Deïs in Ireland
14th October 1734 Patrick Connor Irish  
18th June 1719 Richard Colin of Bringstorms in Ireland  
14th April 1720   John Coleman of Tipperary
Unknown Thady Collins of Newcastle County Limerick  
Unknown   John Colgon of Kilmor County Meath  
October 1731   Richard Commins of Clouhenbouck, County Tipperary