Received 15th March 1715

Died 26th March 1717 at Sommieres ATD.

Daniel Daly, 49 years, of Cork, soldier of Sr. Nugent, lieutenant colonel of Berwicks’ Irish regiment, in which he has served 20 years (borne out by his certificate) and says he again served 5 years. He is very troubled by his left arm due to a rifle shot and sabre cut at Almansa which puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 17th November 1695 (to recovery section only for six months)

Gave up his place 30th April 1696. Given £15. PSC

Mortagh Dayell aged 45 of County Wicklow, soldier of Sr. Moure, Irish Marines Regiment in which he says he has served 9 years. His left side is totally paralysed since six months ago which puts him out of service. Married in Ireland. Cobbler by trade. Catholic

 

 

Received 5th June 1692

Sent back. Given £13. 4s. PSC.

John Danell aged 21 of County Limerick, soldier of Sr. Calgret, lieutenant colonel of Lord 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.

 

 

Received 25th June 1706

Died 18th March 1727.

Gerard Dalton aged 54 of County Westmeath, lieutenant after the reformation of Fitzgerald’s Irish regiment under Albemarle, in which he has served 20 years, as much in that capacity as lieutenant and cadet. His right shoulder is crippled from a rifle shot near San Victoria 4 years ago which along with several other wounds puts him out of service. He bears an order from Mr. Chamillart to be received. Catholic.

 

   

Received 15th March 1715

Raymond Dannely aged 38 of Dannely, County Dungane, soldier of Sr. Nugent, lieutenant colonel in Berwick’s Irish regiment, in which he has served 10 years confirmed by his certificate. He is very troubled by his right leg which is greatly swollen from an old wound to his thigh which puts him out of service. Catholic.

   

Received 1st May 1705

Died 13th November 1720 

Germain Damarty aged 60 years of Londonderry, cavalier of Sr. Nugent, Sheldon's Regiment, in which he has served 13 years (borne out by his certificate) and says he has also served 3 years in the King of England's Guards Corps in Ireland and 2 years in the Prince of Wales Guards in England. His right arm is troubled from a rifle shot and an epée cut at Spire which along with a rifle shot to his left thigh whilst in a detachment near Mantova 4 years ago and other wounds puts him out of service. Catholic

In recovery section for three months: received permanently 31st July 1705. Died 29th July 1710 at Ardres. Clothes tailor by trade. Catholic.

NB Two death dates for this soldier for some reason.

 

 

Received 8th November 1696

Gave up his place November 1698. Given £30 PSC and his certificates were returned to him.

Daniel Dally aged 27 of Dublin, sergeant of Sr. Scott, lieutenant colonel of Clancarty’s Regiment, in which he says he has served 5 and a half years. He has had his right arm “cut” following a musket shot at Guillestre. Married in St Germain en-Laye. Catholic.

 

 

Peter Dannlane aged 23 years of County Meon (Mayo?), soldier of Sr. Bourg, lieutenant colonel of Dublin’s Regiment in which he says he has served 6 months as well as 7 and a half years in the Queen of England’s Regiment. He has lost his left eye as the result of a rifle shot at the Siege of Valence which along with another rifle shot to his right leg, a bayonet cut to his body and a musket butt blow which has broken his spine means he is out of service. Catholic.

29th July 1700: deserted from Sr. Morel's company whilst ATD at Ardres. He stole the two sets of linen underwear and an epée and sword-belt according to a letter of 2nd September 1700.

 

Received 15th May 1698

Died 25th February 1705 at Arras ATD.

Jack Dalton aged 45 years of Athlone, soldier of Sr. Jacques Dillon, Dillon’s Irish Regiment, in which he says he has served 7 years. His left arm was blown off by a cannon volley at the Siege of Gironne. Catholic.

 

Received 15th January 1699

 

John Daly aged 23 years of County Cork, cadet in Sr. Dalton's company, Luttrell ‘s Regiment, in which he says he has served 9 years. He has had his left “cut” following a musket shot at the Siege of Barcelona. Catholic.

 

   

Received 28th May 1699

Gave up his place 30th April 1708. Given £30. PSC and his certificates were returned to him.

Charles Dayle aged 30 years of Clenharn in Ireland, cadet of the colonel of the Queen of England’s Regiment, in which he has served 8 years (confirmed by his certificate). His left arm is crippled from a sabre cut at the Siege of Barcelona which along with his other wounds puts him out of service. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

 

Received 17th December 1693

Sent back. Given £18.18s. PSC.  

Nathaniel Dally, known as “The Branche”, aged 70 years, of County Westmeath, cavalier of Sr. Meuillet, Girardin’s Regiment in which he has served 4 years (confirmed by his certificate) and says he has also served 3 years in the French Guards, 8 in York's, 7 in Dieulou's and 10 in Champagne's. His great age along with his wounds and troubles puts him out of service. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

 

Received 2nd December 1694

Died 27th March 1695

Terence Daniel aged 22 years of County Athlone, soldier of Sr. Noen, Lee’s regiment, in which he says he has served 6 years. His right shoulder is crippled and he has had his kidneys ruptured by a fall which he had high in the mountains whilst in a party commanded to pursue the Barbettes in the Perosa mountains in Argentina. Catholic.

 

   

Received 8th August 1704

Sent back. Given £8

Donnell Daly aged 55 years, of county Cork, soldier of Sr. Routh lieutenant colonel of 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 served 4 years in Ireland. He is greatly troubled by a schire to his right side, along with gallstones puts him out of service. Married in Paris. Catholic.

The same name is registered for a second time 2 January 1705.

 

   

Received 17th February1713

Died 2nd May 1732. at Dunkerque ATD.

Nicolas Dabon  aged 45 of Kilkenny, sergeant of Sr. Dabon, Lismoir's Regiment, in which he has served 13 years as well as 12 years in Montcassel,'s. His certificate shows that he has 25 years service. He has had his left arm “cut” following of a fragment of grenade which he received at the Siege of Chivas. He comes at present from a company of invalids which is at Chivasso Chambery. Married in Ireland. Hatter by trade. Catholic.

 

Received 1st December 1713

Died 16th January 1726 at Chateau de Joux ATD.

Bernard Daubrie aged 38 of Tomerie in Ireland, soldier of Sr. Mourre, Fitzgerald’s Irish regiment in which he says he has served 18 years. His right foot was crippled by a rifle shot at Cassano which along with two other rifle shots sustained on the same occasion (one of which crippled his right hand right and the other to his left shoulder) puts him out of service. He is of the number of invalids received at Besançon. Catholic

 

 

Received 8th October 1730

Died 19th November 1739

Denis Danellan (Donnelan?) aged 63 years of the town and County of Roscommon, soldier in Lee's, Clare Regiment in which he has served 10 years as well as 12 years in Roth's Regiment  (borne out by his certificate dated 18th July 1730). He is troubled by a decline of his right side which puts him out of service. Married in Amiens. Catholic.

 


   

Received August 1723 as soldier in recovery section for four months

Sent back 17th December 1723 being cured Given £15 PSC to his Regiment. His leave papers and certificates were returned to him.  

Received 14th August 1732 having continued in service   Died 26th February 1733

Terence Dayle aged 50 years of Groan, County Kilkenny, corporal in Mulvany's, Lee’s Irish regiment, under Montcassel, in which he has served 34 years specified in his certificate dated 1st September 1723. Two digits of each hand are crippled by two sabre cuts which along with several considerable wounds to his head at Spire puts him out of service. Catholic

 

   

 

Received 27th April 1714

Died 20 March1728.

Daniel David known as Deslauriers, aged 64 years of Dunback in Ireland, soldier of Sr. Bernard, Picardy Regiment, in which he has served 25 years as well as 12 years in Melac’s and 6 years in Hamilton’s. His certificate shows that he has 45 years service. He is very troubled with rheumatism in his hips and thighs which along with his wounds puts him out of service. Married in Verdun. Catholic

 

     

Received: unknown

Donell Dally aged 50 years of County Cork, soldier of the colonel of Orrington's Regiment under the King of England’s Guards in which he has served 14 years, borne out by his certificate, is greatly troubled by .....

 

 

Received 5th December 1670 

Simon Dalton known as St. Simon aged 40 years, of County Roscommon, soldier in the colonels. of Douglas's Regiment in which he has Sort having a certificate from Marquis Douglas, dated 17th November 1670, wounded and crippled of his right Leg, at the last siege of gravelines and n'a pas left of service as much which hel a pû having esté agreed the 5th December 1670. He entered the hostel the next day..

Received 6th October 1713

Died 28 January 1714

Jack David aged 45 of Kelinaugone, County Limerick, soldier in Lincoln's, Lee’s Irish regiment under Montcassel, in which he has served 25 years (borne out by his certificate). He is very troubled by a chancrous mouth ulcer which developed following a rifle shot at Quesnoy which puts him out of service. Married in Paris. Catholic.

     

 

Received 25th February 1707

 

Patrick Debout,aged 45 years of Karkefoüil County Galway, soldier of the company colonel of Fitzgerald’s Regiment under Albemarle, in which he has served 16 years which is since the Irish arrived in France, borne out in his certificate, is crippled of the his left by a rifle shot which he received at Torino along with a douleur of kidneys and weak eyesight put him out of service. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

 

Received 15th March 1715

Died 7th August 1727 at Perpignan Hospital ATD 

Kerry Dempsey aged 69 years of Dublin, soldier in Anthony's, Berwick's Irish regiment, in which he has served 24 years according to his certificate as well as 7 years in Ireland. His troubles put him out of service. Catholic.

 

   

Received 30th October 1711

Died 9th April 1728

Alexander Deuroux aged 50 years of Kilottren County Waterford, brigadier in lieutenant colonel Prendergast's, Nugent’s Cavalry under Sheldon, in which he has served 21 years borne out by his certificate, and says he has served 2 years in Parker’s in Ireland. His right arm was crippled  by a musket shot at Spire which has left him with a fistula which puts him out of service. Catholic

 

 

Received 23rd May 1710

Re-entered service 30th March 1712  in Tasque's company, Royal Des Vaisseaux Infantry Regiment

Georges Deuet aged 55 years of Dublin, sergeant in the colonel of Bourke's Irish regiment under Athlone, in which he has served 21 years which is since the arrival of the Irish troops in France (borne out by his certificate) and  says he has also served 6 years as lieutenant and cadet in O’Neill's in Ireland. For the past eight months he has been very troubled by a continual trembling of half his body which along with deafness puts him out of service. Married in Paris.

 

     

Received 11th February1694

Died 14th July 1702.

Theick Desmonts aged 63 years of County Cork, English Gendarmes of the Marquis of Mezieres's company in which he has served 26 years, mentioned in his certificate. He says he also served 15 years in the French Guards Regiment and 5 years in colonel Mouskry’s Irish. His decline along with his wounds put him out of service. Catholic.

 

   

Received 19th December 1697

Gave up his place 5th May 1698. Given £30 PSC and his certificates were returned to him.

Roger Devis aged 56 years of County Cork, soldier in Kennedy's, Lee’s regiment under Montcassel, in which he has served 14 years as much in France as in Ireland. He is greatly troubled by his the right arm by a paralysis which developed following of a fall which he fit in portant des fassines in the trenches at the siege of Ath, along with his déçente put him out of service. Weaver by trade. Catholic.

 


 

Received 5th June 1692.

Sent back. Given £13. 4s. PSC.

Denis Dergan aged 24 years of County Cork, soldier in Hogan's, Lord Montcassel’s regiment, in which he says he has served 3 years. He is greatly troubled by scrofula which put him out of service. Married in Ireland. Catholic.

 

 

Received 23rd December 1679

Died 8th December 1683

Thomas Desjardins Irish aged 30 years, soldier in the company of Fonnielle's Bretagne Regiment in which he says he has served one year and 3 in Dongan’s Regiment. His left foot was crippled by a musket shot whilst in a party of Luxembourg between Toul and Nancy, is He bears a leave paper from Sr. Goupilliere, Commander Of Wars. Catholic. Single.

 

 

Received 8th December 1713

Died 19th May 1731.

Simon Devoye aged 37 years of Strackbaly, Ireland, soldier of the colonel of the Bourke's Regiment, in which he says he has served 15 years as well as 2 years in Ireland. He has had his arms left “cut” following a rifle shot at Castelalfiero which along with other wounds put him out of service. He is one of the number of invalids reçencé at Besançon. Catholic.

 

     

Received 26th October 1714

 

John Devette aged 46 of Boutiffinte County Cork, sergeant of Sr. Conrad of Lee’s Irish regiment under Clare, in which he has served 23 years, borne out in his certificate, is very troubled by a complete decline of his right side along with his douleurs of kidneys puts him out of service. Married in St Germain in Laye. Catholic.

1st January 1727 John Devette, soldier in Graniers' company in detachment at Bayonne was crossed out as deserter in the Hostel's Registers having failed to rejoin his company when his leave expired.

 

 

Received 24th November 1702

Died 31 July 1728 at Collars in Provence ATD

Neil Deymant aged 38 years of County Londonderry, grenadier in Plunkett's, Burke'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 was crippled by a musket shot at Cremona. Catholic.

 

   

Received 10th June 1700

Gave up his place 7th October 1700. Given £30 PSC

Neil Develin aged 45 years of County Dunganen, soldier in Galifort's, Dillon's Regiment  under Greder-Alemand, in which he has served 23 years confirmed by his certificate. He is included in the same order from the said Seigneur. Married in Paris. Catholic

 

 

 

Received 8th July 1700

1st April 1701. he was expelled by order of Mr. Chamillart for carrying false certificates

Sibert Devet, aged 42 years, of county Donegal, sergeant of Sr. Fitzgerald, Regiment of Berwick under Athlone, in which he has served 8 years, and apparently 12 years. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

Received 1 March 1715

Died 2 August 1718. at Aigues Mortes ATD

William Devrix , aged 55 years, of Ballinrobe County Mayo, soldier of Sr. Bourke Dillon’s Irish Regiment in which he has served 24 years, borne out by his certificate, his wounds along with his weak eyesight and other troubles put him out of service. Catholic.

 

  

Received 8 March 1715

 

Patrick Dempsey, aged 67 years, of Fircured County Londonderry, soldier of Sr. Geoghegan, Galmoy's Irish regiment under Charlemont, in which he has served 23 years, borne out by his certificate, his weak eyesight, wounds along with his other troubles put him out of service, Catholic

 

 

Received 12 July 1715

John Denne aged 67 years, of Waterford sergeant of Sr. Glasco, Dillon’s Irish Regiment under Galmoy in which he has served 27 years comme he paroist in his certificate, his wounds and troubles put him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 27th February1716

 

Bryan Devitt, aged 57 years, of Athlone soldier of the colonel of Berwick’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 18 years, borne out in his certificate and apparently says he has served 5 years in Montcassel, is very troubled of a coup of sabre which he received on his head at the Siege of Turin which has weakened his eyesight which put him out of service. Catholic.

16 August 1717. Bryan DeVett Irish being of the Company of Sr. Perris ATD in garnison a the Citadel of Arras having deserted of the Company des the 11 July last of après which hel a received his pretre, Monsieur l

 

 

Received 1st January 1706

 

William Divoy  aged 36 years, of Laois, lieutenant  following the reformation of  Berwick’s Infantry Regiment in which he has served 2 years in this capacity, apparently 12 years as lieutenant and as  reformation lieutenant in Boure

15 July 1712 he deserted the hostel. He took with him all his linen, the room keys and the Tasse cuilliere and fork of silver of the house. Prier Mr. Voysin gave an order for him to be arrested.

   

 

Received 22 October 1678

Died 24 September 1679.

Thomas Dillon Irish aged 20 years in Dillon’s company in Dongan’s Regiment in which he has served 2 years after which he has become totally incapable of continuing having received a cannon shot to his right thigh during the Siege of Fribourg in Brisgau, dont he rested tout a fait crippled ainsy q.l paroist by the certificate of his Captain. given at Nancy 29th December 1677 since which time he is rested at the hospital of that town until the 31 August last comme he apert by the certificate of the hospital's Surgeon Doctor. Single. Catholic.

   

Died 30th March 1710. at the Citadel of Arras ATD.

Philip Dillon aged 52 of County Wexford, cavalier of Sr. Callahan, at the Queen of England’s Regiment, in which he has served 5 years, borne out by his certificate, and says he has served 3 years under Parker, 2 in the English Gendarmes, 7 in Royal Rousillon, and 6 in Hamilton, is greatly troubled of the left leg by a musket shot which he received at the Battle of St François, along with two sabre coups which he received from the Hussars. Tailor by trade. Catholic.

   

 

Received 5 February1699

Sent back. Given £18. PSC.

Maurice Dillon, aged 53 of Limerick, soldier of Sr. Thomas Dillon, Dillon’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 8 years, apparently 18 years in Surbeck, Conigsmarck, Furstemberg, and Hamilton, all borne out by his certificate. His right wrist is crippled from a rifle shot at Barcelona along with his other wounds and troubles puts him out of service. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

Received 20 June 1697

Died 14 July 1713

John Die aged 71 years of county Kerry, sergeant of Sr. Ryan, Lee’s regiment, in which he has served 5 years, apparently 5 in Conigmarck, 5 in Furstemberg, and 10 in Hamilton, all borne out by his certificate, his weak eyesight along with his other troubles put him out of service. Married in Paris. Catholic.

   

Received 15 January 1706

5 March1706. re-entered at the service in the Company colonel of Noailles Infantry Regiment.

Hugo Doulenne (Dolan), aged 65 years, of county Kilkenny, soldier of Sr. O’Brien, Regiment of Clare, in which he has served 18 years, borne out by his certificate, and says he has served 3 years in Sheldon’s in Ireland, his wounds and troubles putting him out of service. Married in St Germain in Laye. Catholic.

 

Received 27 May 1694

Neill Doherty aged 25 years, of county Donegal, grenadier of Sr. Ogan, Regiment of Montcassel, in which he says he has served 6 years, and apparently 2 in Ireland, has had his left leg “cut”, following a musket shot at Zwingenberg. Catholic.

 

 

Received 15 March 1715

 

Thady Donnelan, 69 years, of county Galway, soldier of Sir Thomas Dillon, Dillon’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 24 years confirmed by his certificate and says he served 26 years in Greder-Alemand, Furstemberg and Hamilton. His wounds and troubles put him out of service. Catholic.

25 January 1717. Thady Donnelan Irish being in the Company of the feu Sr. Fleur a present celle of Sr. ? guerbe ATD in garnison aux Isles Ste Marguerite having left the Company without leave paper the 20 September of the année

 

 

Received 15 March 1715

Died 9 December 1715. at Besançon ATD.

Thomas Doudal aged 34 years, of Mouliure? near Dublin, grenadier of Sr. Lynch, Dillon’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 20 years comme he paroit by his certificate, and apparently says he has served 6 years in Bourke, is very troubled by his the arm left by a bayonet cut which he received at the Battle of Almansa is crippled of two digits of the hand left of a coup of sabre which helreceived at Chiari, and of a rifle shot which he received to his right leg at the Siege of Landau along with other wounds, pus him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 17 November 1695

Died18 February 1733

John Doherty aged 25 years, of Londonderry, soldier of Sr. Brian O’Neil, Regiment of Charlemont, in which he has served 4 years, His right leg was carried off by a cannon volley at Heidelberg, all borne out by his certificates. Married in Paris. Catholic

 

 

Received 8 October 1693

Sent back. Given £18. 12s. PSC

Artus Donnelly, aged 70 years, of Limerick, soldier of Sr. Lincoln, Regiment of Montcassel, in which he says he has served 4 years, apparently 6 in Hamilton and 15 in that of Carlier, his age along with his wounds and troubles put him out of service. Married in Ireland. Catholic,

Since 14 June 1695 having rapporté his certificates, [?il is admis].

Died 20 February 1702

 

 

Received 17 January 1692

Died 26 September 1699.

Edmond Doherty Irish, aged 24 years, soldier of the Company colonel of the Regiment of Clare Irish, in which he says he has served 2 years, is crippled of the leg right of a musket shot which he received at Montmélian. Catholic.

6 February 1694. he gave up his place. Given £15. PSC,

22 November 1695 he is admitted permanently

 

 

Received 9 April 1693

27 October 1698. he gave up his place. Given £30. PSC.

Donald Dolan Irish, aged 28 years, of the Comté of Sligo in Ireland, soldier of Sr. Saxbier lieutenant colonel of the Irish regiment of the Marine, in which he says he has served 2 years, He has had his leg left “cut” following a Cannon shot which he received last year at Spire, Specified in his certificate. Married in Ireland. Cobbler by trade. Catholic.

 

 

Received 18 June 1693

Terence Donell aged 20 of County Leucarmen, soldier of Sr. Donavan, Clare’s Regiment, in which he says he has served 3 years, is greatly troubled of the hip and of the thigh right thigh by a sciatic Gout inneterée which put him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 29 October 1693

Died 6 April 1694.

Jack Doran, aged 32 years, of Kings County, soldier of Sr. Bellerose, Regiment of Surlauben, in which he says he has served 2 years,. His left arm was carried away by a cannon shot at Ste Croix. Married in Ireland. Catholic,

 

 

Received 12 November 1693

Died 14 July 1694.

Darby Donovan Irish, aged 36 years, of County Cork, soldier of Sr. Driscol, Irish Marine Regiment, in which he says he has served 3 years, and apparently 5 in Ireland, is crippled of his right by a musket coup which he received in a detachment at Château audela of the Rhine and is greatly troubled of the knee on the same side having the nerves foutéz, Mason by vacation. Catholic,

 


 

Received 12th February1706

Died 25th December 1714.

John Doran aged 61 years of Marabor in Ireland, reformation captain in Lee’s Infantry Regiment, under Montcassel, in which he has served 16 years, as much in that capacity as lieutenant and Sous lieutenant, as well as 19 years as cadet and sergeant in the Regiments of Surbeck, Conigsmarck, Furstemberg Hamilton, Dunghan and Hamilton. He is troubled by gout and by rheumatism in his left side which put him out of service. He bears an order from Mr. Chamillart to be received. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

 

Received 22nd  February 1709

14th April 1712. he re-entered service in the Company of Sr. Rive Regiment des Dragoons of Ceutmen.

Bernard Donnelly aged 45 of Castle Donnelly County Dounegane, soldier of Sr. Donnelly Captain of a Company of fusiliers in the Sevennes, in which he has served 8 years, and apparently 10 years in the Regiment of Charlemont Irish. it is borne out in one of his certificates that he has served since the Irish Troops entered France, is very troubled of the eyesight having difficulty seeing a se conduire of a fluxion which developed during the last three years which put him out of estat a ne pouvoir plus continuer his service. Married in Verdun. Catholic.

 

 

 

Received 25 April 1710

Died 3 December 1713.

Anthony Doudy aged 58 of Bolignegne County Derry, soldier of Sr. Callaghan, Regiment of Orrington under the Guards of the King of England, in which he has served 22 years of which 2 years in Ireland, borne out in his certificate, is very troubled of the right thigh by a cannon shot which he received at the last Battle of Hochstädt, along with his other wounds put him out of service. Catholic

 

Received 29 March 1696

Died 30 October 1727, at Guise ATD

Jack Donohue aged 28 of County Donguenin, soldier of Sr. McCarty, Regiment of Limerick Irish, in which he says he has served 7 years as much in France qu'en Ireland, has had his right hand “cut” following a musket shot at Marsaglia. Married in Touraine. Tailor by trade. Catholic

 


 

Received 5 December 1697

Died 26 August 1737 at Hesdin Hospital ATD

Laurent Donnelly aged 30 of County Kilkenny soldier of Sr. Moore, Irish Marines Regiment, in which he says he has served 11 years as much in France as in Ireland, is crippled of his shoulder left of a musket shot which he received étant in a detachment commanded by Sr. Barry near St Gherard about sixteen months ago (confirmed by his certificate). Catholic,

 

 

 

 

Received 21 January 1700

Died 19th April 1720 at l’Ille of Aix ATD

Denis Donohue aged 63 of Cork, cavalier of Sr. Tour, Regiment of Furstemberg, in which he says he has served 2 years, apparently 6 years in St Simon, borne out in one of his certificates, before that it says he has served in the English Gendarmes, and 7 in Hamilton’s Infantry Regiment, He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Married in Ireland. Catholic

 

 

 

 

Received 9 September 1700

Denis Donavan dit Saint Denis, aged 34 of t county Cork, soldier of the Company. of Sr. Saint Martin Captain at the Regiment of Beaunoisir, in which he has served 3 years, and apparently has served 6 years in the Regiment of Athlone, it is borne out by his certificate that he served 8 years, He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Catholic.

 

 

Received 13 May 1700

Gave up his place 2 July 1700. Given £30. PSC and his certificates were returned to him.

Laurence Doudale, aged 31 years, of Galway, soldier of Sr. Barnwell lieutenant colonel of the Regiment of Galmoy under the dragoons of the Queen of England, in which he has served 14 years, specified in his certificate, He bears an order from. the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Married in Paris. Catholic

 

 

Received 22 July 1700

 

Antoine Doyre (Dwyer?) aged 56 of Tipperary, soldier of Sr. Mannery, Regiment of Dillon, under Greder-Alemand, Furstemberg and Hamilton, in which he has served 29 years, borne out by his certificate, He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 


 

Received 11 November 1700 Until cured

22 December 1700, Given £9. and returned his leave paper.

Henry Doyre (Dwyer?) aged 58 of Drogheda, soldier of Sr. Foytt, Regiment of Dillon, in which he has served 11 years and apparently 12 years in Greder-Alemand, and Hamilton, (borne out by his certificate). His wounds and troubles put him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 11 November 1700 Until cured his ?

Sent back 23rd December 1700 Given £8.8s. and returned his leave paper.

Patrick Donne aged 37 of County Wicklow, soldier of Sr. Patrick Plunkett, Regiment of Albemarle under the Marine, Greder-Alemand, Furstemberg and Hamilton, in which he has served 24 years, borne out in his certificate, is greatly troubled of the his left side by des douleurs which he has had for the last 5 years which put him out of service. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

 

Received 18 November 1700

Jack Doudall, aged 52 years, of County Louth, soldier of Sr. Maguy, at the Regiment of Dillon under Greder-Alemand, Furstemberg, and Hamilton, in which he has served 24 years, borne out by his certificate, his Deafness along with his douleurs of kidneys put him out of service. Married in St Germain in Laye. Catholic.

 

 

Received 18 November 1700

12 January 1702. he is decedé a the Charity of St Germain being ATD to guard the Camp of Marly

Jeffrey Dollort, aged 52 years, of Kilkenny, soldier of Sr. Kennedy, Lee’s Regiment. in which he has served 10 years, apparently 12 in Greder-Alemand, and 6 in Hamilton, confirmed by his certificates, is crippled of the left hand from a musket shot which he received at the Siege of Reinsfeld Marly the Roi, along with his other troubles means that he can no longer continue his service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 26 August 1701

Died 8 June 1706

Patrick Dobine, aged 42 years, of County Kilkenny, soldier of Sr. Darpentigny, Albemarle’s Regiment under the Irish Marines and Dublin, in which he says he has served 8 years, and apparently 2 years in Sheldon’s Cavalry Regiment, the great douleurs which he ressent by all his body puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

5 January 1714

Died 31 July 1725.

Thomas Doyer (Dwyer?), aged 67 years, of Clonmel, County Tipperary, soldier of Sr. Nagle, Orrington’s Irish regiment, in which he has served 22 years, confirmed by his certificate, his weakness of eyesight along with his wounds and other troubles put him out of service. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

 

 

23 June 1699. he gave up his place., Given £30. PSC and his certificates were returned to him.

John Dougan (blind), aged 25 years, of Cork, soldier of Sr. McCarty, Lee’s Irish regiment, in which he has served 2 years, apparently 3 years in the Regiment of Montcassel, and 5 years in the Regiment of Greder-Alemand, confirmed by his certificate that he served 10 years, has lost his left and is greatly troubled of the other having beaucoup of peine a se conduire of a fluxion qui luy is venue since two months which put him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received unknown

 

John Donovan, aged 24 years of Cork, soldier of the colonel of the Regiment of Limerick, in which he says he has served 9 years as much in France as in Ireland, has had his right leg right “cut” following a Bombe fragment which he received at the Siege of Valence, butcher by trade. Catholic.

October 1720. John Donovan, being of the Company of Sr. ? ATD in garnison a Bellisle having obtained a leave paper from his Captain and not returned to the Company after the time expired, monsieur the Governor par

 

 

Received 23 January 1698

Died 9 October 1701

Charles Donnelevy, aged 24 of County Donegal, soldier of Sr. O’Donnell, Irish Marine regiment, in which he says he has served 6 years, is crippled of the leg left by a rifle coup which he received to the thigh on the same side being a the escorte des Caissons sortis of Philippsbourg for the army three years ago which put him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 20 March 1698

Denis Dowdall aged 58 of County Leitrim, soldier of Sr. O’Neill, Lee’s regiment under Montcassel, Surbeck, Conigsmarck, Furstemberg, and Hamilton, in which he has served 27 years, borne out by his certificate, his wounds and troubles put him out of service. Catholic.

   

 

Received 27 March 1698

Died 17 February 1718 at Montreüil ATD.

Theodore Dounega, aged 56 years, of County Clare, sergeant of the colonel of the Regiment of Clare, in which he has served 12 years, is crippled of his left arm by a musket shot which he received at the Battle of Marsaglia Montreuil sur Mer t, All comme he parroist by his certificate. Catholic.

   

 

Received 22 May 1698

Died April 1715

Nicolas Doublidery aged 32 years of County Dublin, Dragoon of Sr. Cavanagh, Regiment des Dragoons of the King of England, in which he has served 7 years, borne out by his certificate, is crippled of the right leg by a musket shot which he received at the Battle of Marsaglia. Catholic.

 

 

Received 18 September 1698

Died 9 March1709

Martin Douganne, aged 60 years, of County Cork, soldier of Sr. Macoulif, Regiment of Luttrel, under Clancarty, in which he says he has served 6 years, apparently 2 in Montcassel, 4 in Conisgmarck, 8 in Hamilton, 4 in Douglas, and 2 in Monmouth, is crippled of the right thigh from musket shot at Barcelona. Married in Brittany. Catholic.

 

 

John Dougan, aged 33 years, of County Cork, soldier of Sr. McDonough, at the Lee’s regiment under Montcassel, in which he has served 11 years, borne out by his certificate, is crippled of the left leg by a coup of fragment of pierre which he received by the effect of a cannon ball at the Ath. Catholic.

 

 

Received 6 March 1692

Sent back. Given £16. 12s. PSC

Jack Donahue aged 60 years of Limerick, soldier of Sr. Maillé, Regiment of Dillon Irish, in which he says he has served 2 years, apparently 7 years in Hamilton, and 7 years in Douglas, his Deafness along with other infirmities put him out of service. Catholic.

 

   

Received 5 June 1692

Sent back. Given £13. 4s. PSC.

Daniel Donavan Irish, aged 24 years, of the County Cork, soldier of Sr. Carroll, Regiment of the Milord Montcassel, in which he says he has served 3 years is crippled of the left Thigh having been broken by a fall which he made in pursuit oft the enemy in Savoy being in a Commandment. Catholic

 

   

Received 9 April 1693

Sent back. Given £12. PSC

Hugo Dongan Irish, aged 66 years, of Cork in Ireland, soldier of Sr. Donovan, Regiment of Clare, in which he says he has served 3 years, apparently 5 in the French Guards, and 3 in Insiquine, is crippled of the left hand by a musket shot which he received at Cambrai along with several other wounds put him out of service. Married in St Malo. Catholic.

   

Received 8 July 1694 Until cured his (?)

 

Felix Doherty Irish, aged 35 years, of the County Donegal, sergeant of the Company colonel of the Regiment of Charlemont in which he has served 2 years, borne out by his certificate, is greatly troubled of the stomach by a fall which he made in pursuit of the Enemy at Spire, along with his other troubles put him out of service. Catholic.

28 October 1694. he is received permanently.

30 December 1700. he gave up his place. Given £30. PSC, and returned his certificate.

 

   

Received 2nd December 1694

Died 8th January 1695

David Donnorth aged 25 years of County Cork, cavalier of Sr. Reilly, Regiment of the King of England, in which he has served 3 years, and 3 in Ireland, is greatly troubled of a fistula at the periné, des Carnositez a the Verge, des Ulcers at the Vessie, along with which a esté taillé for the pierre put him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 1 June 1703

Died 30 January 1720.

Edmond Dornin aged 36 years of County Fingall, soldier of Sr. Dassignie, Regiment Dorrington, in which he says he has served 14 years, is greatly troubled since the kidneys jusquauz feet by des douleurs which he received one year ago which put him out of service. Catholic

 Until cured his …. Since the 30 August 1703. he is received permanently

 

 

Hugues Donnecourt, aged 61 years, of Dublin, sergeant of the Sr. Reding, regt. of Salis, in which he has served 3 years, and apparently 30 years in the same Company at the Regiment of Swiss Guards. Confirmed by his certificates, his wounds along with a dessente puts him out of estat of Continuing his service. Catholic.

Died 2 February 1705.

 


 

Received 29 June 1703

William Doyre (Dwyer) aged 34 years of County Tipperary, sergeant of Sr. McMahon, Regiment of Fitzgerald under Albemarle and Dublin, in which he has served 8 years, borne out by his certificate, and apparently says he has again served 4 years, is crippled of the left hand of a musket shot which he received at the Combat of Luzzara. Catholic.

4 June 1705. he deserted of the Company of Sr. Lucenoy Captain ATD in garnson a Tournai after having shot David Condon, Irish, his Comrade.

 

 

Received 17 October 1704

Simon Dougan Irish, aged 28 years, of County Monahan, cavalier of Sr. Chevalier of Beauviller, Regiment of the Vaupallier under Leny, in which he has served 4 years, and apparent. 11 years in Albemarle el the Marine of Ireland All borne out by his certificate, He has had his arms right “cut” following of a coup of pistolet which hel received a the last Battle of Hogstet. Catholic.

15 September 1706. he deserted of the Company of Sr. Foucant Captain ATD in garnson a Saint Malo.

 

 

Received 9 March 1714

Died 29 April 1737.

John Dolan Irish, aged 50 years, of Downpatrick in Ireland, soldier of Sr. Bourke, Dillon’s Irish Regiment, in which he says he has served 10 years, is crippled of the leg right of a bomb fragment at Landau, he is of the number des invalids received at Strasbourg.Catholic.

 

 

 

 

Received 25 May 1714

Died22 October 1721 at Doullens ATD.

Arthur Donnelly aged 58 of Armagh, cavalier of Sr. Prendergast lieutenant colonel of the Nugent's Regiment under Sheldon in which he has served 23 years, borne out by his certificate, is crippled of the foot right the ayant eu démis by the chûtte of his cheval sous luy in a detachment during the Siege of Fribourg, along with a which is troubled of the hand right of a coup of sabre which he received a the Battle of Ramillies, put him out of service. Married in Mouzon. Catholic.

 

 

Received 1st May 1705

Died 13th November 1720.

Thomas Doüajre (Dwyer) aged 71 years of County Cork, cavalier of Sr. Marshal, Regiment of Sheldon, in which he has served 13 years, which is borne out by his certificate, and apparently says he has served 3 years in Bareith in Ireland, is greatly troubled des kidneys and of the stomach caused for having been fouled by the feet of horses - his own horse being abbatu sous luy in a fossé being in a detachment near Tongres about six months ago months which put him out of service. Clothes tailor by trade. Catholic.

 

 

Received 30 August 1709

Died 25 October 1732 at Broüaye ATD.

Daniel Donn aged 42 of Montmellick, County Coüens Kanty, lieutenant reformation at the suite of the Regiment of Infantry Irish of O’Donnell under Fitzgerald and Albemarle, in which he has served 19 years as much in that capacity que of cadet, is crippled of his right arm by a rifle shot which he received at the Combat near Sudenarde, and of his shoulder on the same side the ayant eu of suite of a fall which hel fit in recevant his wound in which he has fut foulé aux feet des Chevaux which put him out of service, He bears an order from Mr. Voysin to be received because he has all the required qualities. Catholic.

 

   

Received 27th July 1730

Died 7 February 1746

Laclin Dougan aged 60 of Clochmilly County Donegal, soldier of Sr. Carroll, Irish regiment of Lee in which he has served 15 years, apparently 24 years, in Donnell’s Regiment, mentioned in his certificate dated the 10th of the present months of July and 26 May 1726, his weak eyesight Along with his Etourdissements and his wounds put him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

Received 9 November 1714

 

John Doüare (Dwyer?) Irish, aged 43 years, of Québack County Limerick, One of the English Gendarmes commanded by monsieur LeChevalier of Janson, in which he has served 13 years which is borne out by his certificate, apparently says he has served 11 years in Bourke’s Irish, and 3 years in the Guards of the King Jacques, is very troubled by his a rifle shot which he received autravers of the Corps a the Battle of Hochstädt, along with a his other wounds and troubles putting him out of service. Catholic

 

 

Received 29 June 1721

Died 10 May 1735. he is Died a Chalons sur Saone (71076) ATD

John Dower (Dwyer) Irish, aged 50 years, of Tipperary in Ireland, sergeant of Sr. Glaser Dillon’s Irish Regiment under Limerick, in which he has served 30 years, mentioned in his certificate dated of 6th of the present month of June, is crippled of the Arms left the ayant eye fouled by a fall which he fit ensuitte of a coup of sabre which he receut sur the head at the Siege of Verseil, along with a several other wounds put him out of service. Married in Paris, and is Catholic

 

 

Eugene Doyle aged 62 years, of the town and County of Kilkenny in Ireland, sergeant at the Irish regiment de Lavy Company of ferrans in which he has served 40 years, as much in led. reg. que in celuy of Berwick dont 35 years sergeant. Catholic. reMarried

. bas officer

. Mort the 8 June 1766 at the royal hostel of invalids

 

 

 

Received 1st. August 1676. as soldier

 

Thomas Donnines Irish, aged 24 years soldier of Asborneham at the regiment of Montmoult in which he has served 4 years is entirely out of service to be crippled of the arms left of a coup of Epée which hel receut being commanded in party, is bearer des leave paper order and route under mentioned n'est pas Married innd is Catholic. Receu

. the 17 June 1678. he a gave up his place. moyennant 18 L of argent which Given £for luy aider a faire his voyage avec his habit and garniture of linge

 

 

Received 29th April 1674.

John Donahue, aged 60 years known as The valée of Ireland soldier in the compe. daujais at the regt. des guards y a esté premr. corporal, served again 15 years in another Irish Regiment. Married in Paris. Catholic

 

 

Received 29th April 1674.

 

Raymond doburgo Irish of nation aged 60 years. sergeant in the comp. of Butler at the regt. Of Hamilton din which he has sort pntement. is Married. Catholic

 

 

Received 27 February1716

 

Maurice Douny Irish, aged 55 years, of Cork in Ireland, soldier of Sr. Barry, Irish regiment of Berwick, in which he has served 24 years, ainsi que borne out by his certificate, is troubled by his a decline incomplete of the side left along with a his wounds put him out of service. Catholic.

. the 2 September 1734. he is Died a Montreüil (62588) ATD

 

 

Received 12 March 1716

 

Martin Donnelly Irish, aged 48 years, of Armagh, soldier of Sr. Lally, lieutenant colonel of the Regiment of Dillon, in which he has served 24 years comme he appert by his certificate, his wounds Along with a which is troubled of the mal Caduc, put him out of service. Catholic.

. the Premier January 1722. he is Died at the Chateau of Boüillon ATD

 


 

Received 2 July 1716

 

Richard Doffy or Dosfy, aged 22 years, of Tremelistone County Meath, soldier of Sr. Wyer, Irish regiment of Orrington, in which he has served 6 years, confirmed by his certificate, and says he has also served 7 years in

 

 

 

 

Received11 November 1717

10 January 1731. he is Died a the hopital of St. Martin (17369) in the Isle of Ré ATD

Patrick Donnelly, aged 59 years, of Machedonne County Armagh, soldier of Sr. Arthur lieutenant colonel of the Regiment of Orrington, under the Guards of the King of England, in which he has served 29 years confirmed by his certificate dated of the 29 October last, is very troubled by his the eyesight having fort Basse along with his wounds and other troubles put him out of service. Married in Bethune (62119). Catholic.

 

 

Christopher Doudall aged 62 years, of Reistoun County Meath, soldier of Sr. McCarty, Irish regiment of Orrington under the Guards of the King of England, in which he has served 27 years, ainsi que borne out his certificate dated of the 22 may last, is very troubled by his a decline complete of the side right along with a his weak eyesightand other troubles put him out of service, Surgeon by Profession. Catholic.

 

 

 

 

Received 21 July 1718

Died 4 January 1730.

Edmond Doyre (Dwyer) Irish, aged 55 years, of Lembare, County Cork, soldier of Sr. Bourke Irish regiment de Lee, under O’Donnell, Fitzgerald and Dublin. in which he has served 22 years, comme he appert by his certificate dated 3rd June last, and apparently dit y avoir again served 5 years, and very troubled of the arm right of a rifle shot which he received at Luzzara which put him out of service, Catholic.

   

 

Received 11th August 1718

Died 9 September 1735.

Charles Donnelan aged 62 years of Ballydonnelan, soldier of Sr. Dillon Dillon’s Irish Regiment under Limerick in which he says he has served 26 years, is troubled of the leg left of a rifle shot at Marsaglia, along with his other wounds puts him out of service, he is of the number des soldiers reformed envoy in a Company of invalids a the Citadel of the Havre, he n'a apporté ny leave paper ny certificate. Catholic.

 

 

Received 18 January 1722

Died 28 November 1729 at Dunkirk ATD

Eneas McDonough aged 57 of Donagh, County Low, soldier of Sr. Cantillon at the Irish regiment of Roth under Berwick, in which he has served 30 years, mentioned in his certificate dated of the 30 December 1721. His wounds and troubles put him out of service. Catholic

 

 

Received 21 July 1729

Died 21 May 1731 at Seyne the Alpes ATD.

Hugues 0'Donal Irish, aged 58 years, of Londonderry in Ireland soldier of the Company master of Camp of the Dillon’s Irish Regiment in which he has served 5 years, apparently 5 years in the Regiment of Roth, 16 years of cavalier in the Regiment of Bourgogne, 2 years in the Regiment of Albemarle and 9 years in the Regiment of Dublin, his certificate borne out which he served 37 years, dated of the 6 of the present months of July is troubled of the poitrine being astmatique which along with his wounds put him out of service. Catholic

 

 

Received 10 June 1717

Died 6 November 1727 at Arras ATD

Denis Driscol, Irish of Grandmaison, aged 67 years, of Grandmaison? County Cork, soldier of Sr. Maguin, Irish regiment of Lee under Montcassel, in which he has served 25 years, borne out in his certificate dated of the 31 may last, is crippled of a digit of the hand left of a rifle shot of troubled by his the Leg left of another rifle shot which he received at Montmeillan and other troubles put him out of service. Married in Douai. Catholic.

 

 

Received 4 December 1711

Died 9th December 1712 at Bergues ATD

William Drady  aged 40 years of hialle in Ireland, soldier of Sr. Plunkett, lieutenant colonel of O’Donnell's Irish regiment, in which he has served 23 years borne out in his certificate, is very troubled of a weakness of eyesight caused by a coup of sabre which he received sur the head au combat of Luzzara, along with his other wounds and which he tombe of the mal caduc putting him out of service. He comes at present from a company of invalids at Amiens. Catholic

 

 

Received 22nd April 1700

Died 7th January 1709 at Bergues ATD.

Denis Drikol aged 43 of County Cork, soldier of Sr. Linchy, Dillon's Regiment under Greder-Allemand, in which he has served 28 years, borne out in his certificate. Catholic

   

 

Received 27th May 1700

Gave up his place 23rd July 1700. Given £30. PSC and his certificates were returned to him.

Thomas Drisset aged 50 years of Limerick, sergeant in Ricol's, Orrington's Regiment under the King of England's Guards, in which he has served 9 years as well as 20 years in Greder-Alemand, Furstemberg, and Hamilton, borne out his certificate. He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Married in Rouen. Catholic

 

   

 

Received 5th April 1715

Died 21st September 1726 at Blamont ATD.

Walter Durkan or Durcan aged 57 years of Bokol, County Mayo, grenadier of Sr. Dassiny, Irish regiment of Orrington in which he has served 26 years, portes by his certificate, is very troubled by his the Thigh left of a rifle shot which he received in a detachment near Ulme, along with a hernia at the Ventre, and other infirmities, puts him out of service. Catholic.

 


 

 

Received 17th November 1695

Died 24th July 1696

Denis Dune aged 24 years of Queen’s County, soldier of O’Donnell, Irish Marines Regiment, in which he says he has served 8 years. His left thigh is crippled from a musket shot at Spire. Catholic .

 

 

Received 31st December 1693

 

Charles Durand known as Patrick aged 60 years of Ireland, cavalier in Rotron's, Souuré's Regiment under Tilladet, in which he has served 26 years (confirmed by his certificate) and says he has also served 20 years in Esclainvillier's and the Commissar General's. His wounds and troubles put him out of service. Married in Picardy. Catholic.

   

Received 31st October 1710

Thomas Dullehunty aged 42 years of Kilkenny, cavalier in Kouke's, Nugent's Regiment, in which he has served 18 years, borne out by his certificate, and says he has also served 2 years in Orrington's. His right hand was crippled by a sabre cut at the Battle of Ramillies which along with his other wounds puts him out of service. Married in Mezières. Clothes tailor. Catholic.

   

 

Received 8th March 1696 to recovery section for six months

Died 26th March 1696

Thady Dune aged 38 years of County Kilkenny, cavalier of the company colonel of the Queen of England’s Regiment, in which he says he has served 5 years, as well as 4 in Ireland, is greatly troubled of the Col and back and lost both arms provenant of a fall which he fit of his cheval being in a party commanded against the Hussars near Landau a year and a half ago which puts out of service. Married in Ireland. Catholic

 

Received 28th January 1700

Died 28 August 1719 at the Isle of Aix ATD.

Daniel Dulany aged 55 of Queen’s County, cavalier of Sr. Condon, Queen of England’s Regiment, in which he has served 7 years (borne out by his certificate). He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Married in Ireland. Catholic.

 


 

Received November 1679

Asked to retire to Ireland: 8th July 1681.Given £12 to take himself there.

Cornelius Dugal Irish, aged 20 years, soldier in Callaghan's company, Hamilton's  Regiment (at present incorporated into Furstenberg's) in which he says he has served 3 years. His left arm is crippled from a musket shot at the Siege of Puycerda.  He bears a certificate from Sr. Zurlauben approved by Intendant Camus of Beaulieu given at Perpignan 17th September 1679. Single. Catholic.

 

 

Received 16th March 1714

Died 6th August 1722 at Aigues Mortes ATD

William Duiguen known as "HappyHeart" aged 63 years, of Boris in Ireland, soldier of Sr. Desplottes, Regiment of Languedoc, in which he has served 32 years, borne out in his certificate, his wounds along with at his troubles put him out of service, he is of the number des invalids received at Strasbourg. Catholic.

 

 

Received 8th October 1716

Died 27th December 1723

John Duffy aged 62 years of O’Brien's, in which he has served 26 years, borne out in his certificate. He is very troubled by his eyesight which along with his wounds and other troubles puts him out of service. Married in Ireland. Catholic.

 

 

Received 11th November 1717

Died 23rd June 1732.

Edmond Dunne aged 60 of Estreilsthun, County Kildare, soldier of the colonel of O'Brien's Regiment under Clare, in which he has served 20 years, (confirmed by his certificate dated 31st October 1717 and says he has also served 3 years in Tilladet's Dragoons and 5 years in  Henry Jones' English Cavalry Regiment . He is very troubled by his belly due to a bayonet cut at Ramillies which along with his other wounds puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

Received 7th July 1729

Died 15th December 1729 at Abbeville ATD.

William Dune aged 65 of Kildare, corporal of Sr. Hennessey lieutenant colonel of Lee's Irish regiment in which he has served 20 years (confirmed by his certificate dated  2nd  July 17290 and says he has served a further 3 years. He has lost his left eye by a fluxion and is troubled by the other which puts him out of service. Catholic

 

 

Received

Names

13 July 1721

Andrew Dalton aged 60 of Piercetonne, County Meath

28 July 1720

Edmond Daniel of Cloÿs, County Tipperary

24 April 1749

Denis Daily of Rabreide County Kildare. Married

16 October 1749

Charles Daily of Bernomolliet, County Roscommon

13 June 1726

Felix Dannely of Bony Donnelly county Tyrone

11 September 1732

Laclin Daÿtte (Doherty) of Wicklow town

28 August 1727   Thomas Deyne aged 63 of Aglishau, County Kilkenny  

12 May 1695

Richard Dillon aged 55 of County Connaught..

24 November 1746

Nicholas Dillon of Dublin town. Married

13 June 1726

Laurence Dillon of Athlone, County Meath

28 October 1734

John Donohue Irish

16 December 1734

Jack Donnelly Irish

15 November 1731

Arthur Donnelly of Charlemont, Ireland at Fort Nieulay, Calais. Married in Dublin

20 January 1735

Hugues Doherty Irish

1 October 1722

Denis Dolohonty Irish

Unknown

Denis Doyre (Dwyer) of Ardenal County Tipperary

Unknown

Denis Doyer (Dwyer, Rossemore, County Tipperary

13 November 1727

John Dougan of Anabore, County Laois

27 November 1727 Felix Donnelly of Drumphern County Dunqhenin  
31 July 1738   Bryan Donde (Dowd?) of Mayo town.  
3 September 1719   Eugene Doherty of Inissonne, County Donegal  
5 September 1726   John Donnegan of Cork town.  
1763   Patrick Dourdall of Gromeganr, Ireland  
Unknown   Jack Dowling of Lagan  
2 December 1723 Patrick Duffy aged 64 of Hebergnain County Monaghan, soldier  

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