Received 15th March 1715

Died 25th March 1751 at Sommières ATD

Germain Glory aged 55 of Kerblanc, County Cork, sergeant of Sr. Nugent, lieutenant colonel of Berwick’s Irish Regiment under Athlone, in which he has served 30 years, confirmed by his certificate. His wounds, weak eyesight and other infirmities puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 15th March 1715

Died 6th September 1719 at Sommières ATD.

John Galwer aged 65 of Nanen, County Meath, soldier of Sr. McCarthy, Dillon’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 23 years (confirmed by his certificate). His troubles put him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 11th May 1703

 

Walter Guerarty aged 40 of County Westmeath, grenadier of Sr. Stapleton, Berwick’s Regiment under the King of England’s Dragoons, in which he says he has served 12 years. His right foot is crippled from a rifle shot at Ste Victoire. Catholic.

 

 

Received 5th June 1692

Sent back. Given £13. 4s. PSC.

Thomas Gerald aged 21 of County Tipperary, soldier in the company of Major McCarty, Lord Montcassel’s Regiment in which he says he has served 3 years. His right shoulder is crippled having been dislocated by a fall which he had high in a mountain whilst pursuing the enemy in Savoy. Catholic.

 

 


 

 

Received 3rd July 1692

Died 22nd August 1717

Henry Grandle aged 25 of Cork, soldier of Sr. Edward Dillon, Dillon’s Regiment, in which he says he has served 3 years. His left thigh is crippled as the result of being trampled by horses after a fall he had whilst in a detachment near Montmeillan. Cooper by trade. Catholic.

 

 

Received 8th April 1694

 

Raymond Gower aged 30 of County Down, soldier of the colonel of Dublin’s Regiment in which he says he has served 2 years as well as 5 in Ireland. His left thigh is crippled by a musket shot at Heidelberg combined with which he has an almost total paralysis of his body which puts him out of service. Tailor. Catholic.

 

 

Received 28th August 1705

 

Terence Guiby aged 35 of County Kilkenny, soldier of Sr. Callahan, Orrington’s Regiment in which he says he has served 3 years as well as 3 years in Zurlauben’s, one year in Nice's, and 9 years in Lee’s and Montcassel’s. He is greatly troubled by all of his left side by a paralysis which has developed since last March as the result of being buried by the effect of a cannon ball at Reinsfeld which puts him out of service. Married in Paris. Carpenter by trade. Catholic,

 

 

Received 29th October 1706

Died 25th September 1709 at Le Havre ATD

Denis Gory aged 54 of Laulerime, County Londonderry, soldier of Sr. McLain, Orrington’s Regiment under the King of England’s Guards, in which he says he has served 18 years. His right leg is crippled from a rifle shot at Ste Croix along with which he is greatly troubled by a type of paralysis of all his right side which puts him out of service. Catholic.

 


 

 

 

Received 20th May 1707

 

Anthony Galfer aged 55 of Belachany, County Donegal, soldier of Sr. McDonogh, Dillon’s Regiment, in which he has served 18 years (confirmed by his certificate). His weak eyesight and other troubles put him out of service. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

 

Received 11th June 1712

Died 3rd May 1715

Walter Galway aged 66 of Cork, reformation captain at the suite of Galmoy’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 14 years as much in that capacity as captain at foot in Limerick’s Irish Infantry Regiment and 4 years in Ireland as captain and lieutenant colonel in Power’s Regiment He is very troubled by rheumatism affecting half of his body which combined with his infirmities puts him out of service. He bears an order from Mr. Voysin to be received in case he fulfils the requirements. Catholic.

 

 

Received 19th April 1715

Died 23 October 1739 at Antibes

Leon de St Germain aged 57 of Grange, County Kilkenny, soldier of the Company of Mineurs of Sr. Vallieve, in which he has served 12 years (confirmed by his certificate) and says he has served 20 years in Clancarty’s Irish Regiment. His left arm is troubled by a rifle shot at Embrun and his left shoulder from a bomb fragment at Aire which put him out of service. Married in Comté. Catholic.

 

 

 

Received 15th May 1705

Died 17th December 1717 at Dieppe ATD.

Bernard Grady aged 50 of County Clare, soldier of Sr. Ryan, Lee’s Regiment under Montcassel, in which he says he has served 14 years. He has had his left leg “cut” after a rifle shot at the last Battle of Hochstadt . Married in Ireland. Catholic

 


 

 

Received 20th October 1729

 

Thomas Gallagher aged 47 of Sligo, soldier in Sr. Coghan’s company, Lee’s Irish Regiment in which he has a served 20 years (mentioned in his certificate dated 4th October 1729. His douleurs at his right thigh puts him out of service. Catholic

31 October 1730 Thomas Gallagher soldier of the Company of Sr. Dufresne ATD a Boulogne has been Rayé deserter des Registers of the Hotel ayant Outrepassé of 1st June last a leave paper which he had obtained from his captain

 

 

Received 12th August 1729

Died 4 February 1731 at Nantes Hospital.

William Gould aged 61 of Killarney, County Kerry, soldier of Sr. Gilagh ,Dillon’s Regiment in which he has served 16 years, mentioned in his certificate dated 25th November last). His troubbles puts him out of service. Catholic

 

 

Received 15/12/1695

Renounced 2 August 1696. Given £15. PSC and rendu his certificates

Patrick Goyhen aged 72 of County Cork, soldier of Sr. Power, Queen of England’s Regiment, in which he says he has served 4 years as well as 2 years in Montcassel’s. He is fort troubled by of the jambe droite of un musket shot which he received atf Rose, combined with his douleurs de Reings puts him out of service. Menuisier by trade. Catholic

 

 

Received 4th February 1700

Died 23 December 1723

William Gorman aged 36 of Dunmore, soldier of Sr. Barry, Clare’s Regiment under Dillon, in which he says he has served 10 years as well as 5 years in Ireland. He bears an order from Mr. of Barbesieux to be received. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

 

Received 19th August 1700

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

Terence Gohine aged 35 of Sligo, sergeant of Sr. Ryan, Orrington’s Regiment under the King of England’s Guards in which he has served 9 years (confirmed by his certificate). He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Married in Paris. Gardener by trade. Catholic.

 

 

 

Died 17 December 1718

William Gowan or McGowan aged 68 of County Sligo, soldier of Sr. Cusac, Albemarle’s Regiment under the Queen of England’s, Greder-Allemand’s, Furstemberg’s and Hamilton’s in which he has served 25 years (confirmed by his certificate). He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Catholic

 

 

Received 21/10/1700

 

Peter Gould aged 30 of Cork, cavalier of the Master of Camp of Regiment of Renepont under Varennes, in which he says he has served 10 years, à eu the bras droit “cut” after several sabre blows at St Croix. Catholic.

 

 

Received 25/11/1700

 

Roger Glisane aged 44 of County Tipperary, soldier of Sr. Fitzgerald, Dillon’s Regiment, in which he has served eleven years, confirmed by his certificate, is crippled by of bras left of un musket shot which he received au Siege of Barcelona combined with his other wounds puts him out of service. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

 

Received 25/4/1697

23 March 1699. Il a renounced, Given £30. PSC and rendu his certificates.

Guillaume Gogan Irish, aged 25 years, of Cork, Grenadier of Sr. Barry, Regiment of Clare, in which he has served 8 years, (confirmed by his certificate, auparavant dit avoir served 3 years in Moncassel, is crippled by of the cuisse droite of un rifle shot which he received estant commanded à the escort of forages pendant the Siege of Valence the Campagne derniere. Married in Luxembourg . Catholic.

 

 

Received 26/6/1698

Died10 November 1710 at Valenciennes ATD

Maurice Green Irish, aged 65 years, of Limerick, soldier of Sr. Charmont, Regiment of Navarre, under Lee, Montcassel Furstemberg, and Hamilton, in which he has served 30 years, ainsi que porte his certificate. His wounds and troubles put him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received

22/8/1697

William Greder aged 22 of Cork, soldier of Sr. Lincoln, Regiment of Lee, under Moncassel, in which he says he has served 9 years, is crippled by of the jambe left of un musket shot which he received au Siege of Reinsfeld, his playe estant actuellement open which puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 12/9/1697

 

Jack Giraldin aged 34 of Dublin, cavalier of the Master of Camp of Regiment of King of England’s, in which he has served 7 years, is crippled by of the Epaule droite of un rifle shot which he received estant in un Party Commanded aux environs of Huy  il y a 4 years, the tout ainsi que porte his certificate. Married in Sedan. Catholic.

 

 


 

Received 19/12/1697

Died27 December 1729 at au fort Laprée 17161 ATD.

Olivier Grasse aged 23 of County Carlow, soldier of Sr. Grasse, Irish Regiment of Clare, in which he says he has served 4 years, and auparavant 2 years at sea. He is crippled by of pied left of un musket shot which he received at Valence . Catholic.

 

 

Received 27/3/1698

 

John Glissane aged 40 of County Tipperary, soldier of Sr. O’Shaughnessy, Regiment of Clare, in which he has à served 10 years, as much in France as in Ireland, (confirmed by his certificate, à eu the four fingers of his left hand cut by un coup of Sabre which he received estant Commanded pour aller au Bruslement of Valentin in Piedmont combined with un musket shot which he received à the Cuisse droite au Siege of Valence puts him out of service. Catholic.

. the 20 October 1703. Died at Douai ATD.

 

 

Received

10/4/1698

Edmond Gallemane aged 26 of County Kerry, soldier of the Company colonel of Irish Regiment of Clare, in which he has served 10 years, à eu the bras left “cut” after of un coup of Canon which he received au Siege of Valence in the Milannois, the tout confirmed by porté in his certificate, Which puts him entierement out of estat à ne pouvoir plus continuer his services. Catholic.

. the 2 August 1724. Died at.

 

 

Received

24/4/1698

Daniel Gorman Irish, aged 28 years, of County Clare, soldier of Sr. Wacom, lieutenant colonel of regiment of the Queen of England’s, in which he says he has served 6 years, and auparavant 3 years in Ireland, à eu the bras droit “cut” after of un musket shot which he received au Siege of Barcelona . Catholic.

 


 

Received 30/10/1698

13 August 1711. Died at Arras whilst captain ATD.

William Greiffey Irish, aged 33 years, of Galway, lieutenant of the Company of Sr. Scott, Regiment of Clancarty, in which he has served 9 years, and auparavant 5 in Ireland as much in capacity of lieutenant, Ensign, and of Cadet, is crippled by des deux mains ayant esté bruslé by of the powder au Siege of Barcelona , He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be admitted. Married in Saint Germain in Laye. Catholic,

 


 

 

Received 4/9/1698

Died25 August 1740.

Charles Gallefer aged 30 of County Donegal, soldier of Sr. Gallefer, Dillon’s Regiment, in which he says he has served 9 years, and auparavant 2 years in Ireland, is crippled by of the Cuisse left of un musket shot which he received au Siege of Barcelona , which puts him entierement out of Etat of ne pouvoir plus continuer his services. Married in Paris. Knows no other trade. Catholic.

 

 

Received 14/5/1699

Died3rd January 1709 at Arras ATD.

Thady Gounan 70 of County Limerick, soldier of Sr. Broon, Regim. of Lee, under Montcassel, Greder-Allemand, Furstemberg, and Hamilton, in which he has served 28 years, portez by his certificate, his age combined with his troubles puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 15/7/1694

Died 9 November 1709 at Douai ATD.

Denis Grain aged 30 of County Waterford, soldier of Sr. Colgraff lieutenant colonel of Regm. of Montcassel, in which he says he has served 4 years, is crippled by of Bras left of un rifle shot which he received au Siege of Reinsfeld . Catholic.

 


 

Received

2/12/1694

Denis Guehry Irish, aged 25 years, of County Cork, sergeant of Sr. Roche, Regiment of Charlemont, in which he says he has served 3 years, and 2 in Ireland, is crippled by of genoüil and of the jambe left caused by une fall which he fit à Heidelberg . Married in Paris . Catholic

 

Sent back. Given £15. PSC.

 

 

Received 28/3/1687

Died 1st August 16??.

Roger Grady aged 75 years, Irish, sergeant of Sr. Hamilton, Regiment of Greder, in which he has served as much in Iceluy que in ceux of O’Brien, Royal Roussillon and of Hamilton the espace of 33 years suivant which is porté in his certificate, his Incommodity of eyesight combined with his age puts him out of service Catholic.

 

 

Received 29/4/1679

Refused because he is not of the capacity require, Given £12 for his journey to Ireland.

Charles Gora Irish, aged 28 years, soldier in the company of Callaghan captain of the said Regiment of Hamilton in which he has a served 8 years, a eu the poignet left “cut” après que his musket luy eust Crevé in escarmouchant in pareille occasion. que dessus. Catholic. Single.

 

 

Received 23/3/1680

Died25 November 1702 at a Montreuil sur Mar ATD

Germain Germain dit Saint John aged 50 years, of Ireland, soldier in the comp. colonel of Regiment des Guards in which he has served for 17 years ainsy ql. is specified by the leave paper of his lieutenant and of certificate of Sr. of the Rappée, is crippled by of the leftleg from a grenade fragment at Cambrai. Catholic. Married in Paris .

 


 

Denis Galuau dit the fleuragé aged 55 of Dublin, soldier of Sr. Giminelles the cadet, Regiment Royal Roussilon of Infantry, in which he has served 8 years, comme il paroist by his certificate, dit avoir served auparavant 5 years in Bligny, 3 years in Bourlemont, 4 in of Humieres, 8 in the Ferté, 10 in Preston and 3 in the colonel Brien. Catholic.

. the 8 October 1688. Il is rentré au service in the Company of Sr. Chauson Regiment of Erlach.

 

. of retour 7 Janvier 1689.

 

. the 10 fevrier 1689. Died at.

 

 

Received 3/3/1702

Died15 March 1707

Cornelius Gavane aged 45 of Limerick, soldier of the colonel of Irish Regiment of Clare, in which he has served15 years, comme il parroist by his certificate, is fort troubled by of un rheumatism qui luy tient depuis the hanche left jusqua pied which puts him out of service. Married in Paris . Catholic.

 

 

Received

2/2/1703

John Grady Irish, aged 28 years, of County Clare, sergeant of Sr. Cusac, Regiment of Albemarle under the Marine, in which he says he has served 8 years, auparavant 3 years in Power's, and 4 years in the dragons of the Queen of England’s, is crippled by of bras droit of un musket shot which he received at Luzzara. Catholic.

 

 

Received 1/6/1703

8 March 1704. à deserted of the Company of Sr. of Espinel captain of Detachment in garrison à the Citadel of Lisle

Bernard Gavanne Irish, aged 40 years, of County Antrim, soldier of Sr. Rourke, Regiment of Bourke under Berwick and the Dragoons of King of England’s, in which he has served 12 years, and auparavant 5 years in Hamilton’s. (His certificate confirms that he has served 18 years). is crippled by of bras droit of un musket shot which he received au Siege of Castiglione , mareschal by trade. Catholic.

 


 

Received 8/8/1704

Sent back.. Given £8

Cornelius Garman Irish, aged 56 years, of County King, soldier of Sr. Maguire, Orrington’s Regiment under Charlemont, in which he has served 14 years, (confirmed by his certificate, is fort troubled by of un Rheumatism by tout the corps depuis trois years which puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 22/8/1704

28 October 1715. Died at.

Michel Gorman Irish, aged 66 years, of County Westford, soldier of Sr. Riordan, Dillon’s Regiment, in which he says he has served 2 years, auparavant 9 years in Montcassel, and 4 years in Ireland, is fort troubled by of the eyesight ayant peine à Se conduire which puts him out of service, Cobbler by trade. Catholic

 

 

Received 29/8/1704

Died 2 March 1709.

Guillaume Gibbon dit Limerick aged 62 years, of Limerick in Ireland, sergeant of Sr. Launay, Regiment of fengertre, in which he says he has served 7 years, and auparavant 9 years in the Marine, is fort troubled by of costé droit of une douleur which he y ressent depuis six years which puts him out of service. Catholic

 

 

 

Received 1/9/1735

Thomas Garry of Kzareston County Metz.

 

 

Received 8/12/1713

Died 1st December 1717 at Petite Pierre ATD.

Miles Grouvé aged 63 of Tremayer in Ireland, sergeant of Sr. of Archdeacon, Irish Regiment of Bourke in which he has à served 19 years, ainsi que porte his certificate, is fort troubled by of the eyesight combined with his other infirmities puts him out of service, il is of number des Invalids reçencé à Besançon. Catholic

 

 

Received 17/3/1713

Died 5th May 1715 at Aire ATD.

Bernard Gallagher Irish, aged of 76 years, of Roüesse in Ireland, soldier of Sr. Callaghan, Irish Regiment of O’Brien, in which he has served 21 years, ainsi que porte his certificate, is crippled by of bras left of un coup of Epee which he received at Ramillies  combined with his weak eyesight and Caducity puts him out of service and sort à present of une Company of Invalids qui is à Amiens 80021. Married in Ireland Catholic.

 


 

 

Received 8/12/1713

Died 26 March 1716

Thomas Gibons Irish, aged 56 years, of Limerick, sergeant of Sr. Linche, Regiment of Berwick, in which he has served 20 years, (confirmed by his certificatee, is very troubled by of une décente which puts him out of service, il is of nombre des Invalides reçensé à Besançon 25056. Catholic.

 

 

 

 

Received 23/3/1714

26 Novembre 1717. Died at à Ayguesmortes ATD.

Arthur Grenant Irish, aged 40 years, of Castleblignié County Monaghan, soldier of Sieur Magloire, Orrington’s Regiment, in which he says he has served 23 years, is crippled by of the jambe droite of un rifle shot which he received in une détachement proche Ausbourg il is of nombre des Invalides receiveds à Strasbourg 67482. Catholic.

 

 

Received 20/2/1705

 

 

Roger Glancy Irish, aged 53 years, of County Kavin, soldier of Sieur Hacquett, Orrington’s Regiment, under the Guards of King of England’s, in which he has served 13 years, and auparavant y avoit encore served 3 years in Ireland, the tout portez by his certificatee, is fort troubled by of tout the costé droit of une espece of Paralisie qui combined with his décente and his wounds puts him out of service. Married in Paris . Catholic.

 

 

Received 14/7/1735

John Goüine / of Claré Proche of the ville and County Dublin

Received14/9/1721

John Guéraghty / Donfiergue, County Kelder, Ireland

 

 

Received 25/7/1704

Died12 March 1724

 

William Grady, aged 59 years, of Limerick in Ireland, sergeant of Sr. Chasteaugaillard, Regiment Estranger of Albaret under Thoÿ, in which he has servi 4 years, and auparavant 27 years in Lée, Montcassel, Surbeck, Conigsmarck, Furstemberg and Hamilton, Letout portez by his certificates, his wounds and Incommoditez lemettent out of service. Catholic

 

 

 

 

 

 

Received 25/3/1700

Expelled 1st April 1710 by ordre of Mr. of Chamillart for having false certificates.

Guillaume Geraldin Irish, aged 65 years, of County Limerick, sergeant of the colonel of Regiment of Bourke under Athlone, in which he has served 9 years, auparavant 15 years in Greder-alemand, furstemberg and hamilton, and 3 years in the Gendarmes Anglois, Letout (confirmed by his certificatee, He bears an order from. the Marquis of Barbesieux pour estre received. Catholic

 

 

 

Received 16/1/1727

thomas Greffin / Belleff, County Conach

Received20/7/1721

Tobie Gibbons, Irish, aged 53 years, of Westport of Maÿe

 

Received 27/7/1721

Guillaume Girardin, dit Beaulieu, aged 60 years, of Cork

Received6/1/1724

John Gorman / Killiara County Clare in Ireland

Received23/10/1727

Roger Glisan, Irish, aged 65 years, of Kilmore County Tiperary

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Received 13/11/1755

Mort the 18 August 1767 aux Invalides

André Goulding Irish, agé of 64 years, of Montalbot in Ireland, sergeant au regiment Irish of Berwick compag.e of gould in which he has servy 41 years dont 21 years in that capacity, entré cath. received à Châalons 71076

 

 

 

 

Received 14/11/1754

18 fevrier 1757 Died at a Nantes 44109 Etant ATD

 

Lott Griffy Irish agé of 64 years dennes in Ireland sergeant au Irish Regiment of Clare, comp.e collonelle in which he has a servy 29 years dont 20 années sergeant rhumatisme cath. received a St Malo 35288 by ordre of the cour

 

 

 

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Received 25/10/1753

the 25 Octobre 1769. Mort à the ho.tel of Bayonne etant of the Comp.e of dampur? ATD

Jacques Gaynor, Irish, agé of 57 years, of Castelraghan in Ireland Province of Ulster Juridiction of Caran, sergeant au regim.t Irish of Berwich, Comp.e of Segrave ou Il a served 23 years, dont 17 years in that capacity, troubled by des deux legs by un coup of feu qu'il a received au Siege of Philisbourg 57541. Cath. recu a hesdin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Received24/7/1738

John Goulding / Dingle County Kerry

Received15/1/1739

Richard Geoghegan / Granard County Longford

Received 21/1/1745

Paul Garvy / of the ville and County Kilkenny

Received 12/6/1738

John Grady / Killianne County Clare

Received 21/4/1746

Robert Guilsenem /Irish / of Navenne in Ireland

Received 22/9/1746

Patrice Gibblins / Irish / of Strockstonn County Rosconmon

Received 20/6/1748

Jacques Greffin / Kels? County Clare in Ireland

Received 23/10/1749

John Gibbons / Malingar County Ragtmall in Ireland

 

 

 

Received 13/8/1719

Laughlen Grifs of Cork. Married in the Petite Pierre

 

 

Received 27/10/1757

Timothy Grady of Galway

 

 

Received 29/4/1673

 

Mathieu Grigelle dit St. Louis of Ireland, aagé of 61 years, cavallier in the comp. colonnel generalle of France commandé by the Marquis of Roussy din which he has sort prntent. après avoir servy the King depuis 28 years sans discontinuation. his age and his wounds the ayant mis out of Estat of the continuer a pnté. his placet and a esté Receu in the hostel by ordre of his Majsté. the 29 Avril 1673. Il is marié à Rambervillé 88367 Evesché of Metz

 


 

Received 24/8/1675

 

no. 1143 Patrice Gaunt dit Patrice aged 50 years, of Grand Plac in Ireland, anspessade in the compag. OF Anogan capitaine au Regiment des Guards in which he has a servi depuis douze années and din which he has sort presentement. and out of service a cause of his wounds and Incommodités. is marié au faubourg St. Germain and is Catolique.

 

. Received in cet hostel comme soldier the 24 August 1675.

 

. Died at in the hospital 21 septembre 1677.

 

 

Received 22 juin 1675

Died 9th January 1680.

Jacques Guillery dit the Montagne 22 06 1675 Aagé of 60 years, of Clar in Ireland soldier of the colonel of Regim. Royal of Monmouth in which he has servy 3 years, a servy auparavant dix years in the colonel des Guards, and 2 years in Carignan comp. of the Halliore, his longs services and his wounds luy ayant affoibly the veue a eu congé of Sr. Houard lieutenant colonel dud. Regiment, is marié in Ardres. Catholic..

 

 

 

Received

16/5/1676

 

Charles Grogan of Ireland, agé of 20 years, soldier in the Company of Sr. Girardin capitaine au regiment of Comte OF hamilton in lequel Il dit avoir servy cinq annés, and of in which he has sort presentiment, a Received un musket shot in the cheville of pied left à the bataille of Sinsem zzzz0 of quel coup il is demeuré crippled by and entierement out of service. is porteur of Certifficat of Sr. of Vallois cap. Commandant ledit regiment OF hamilton in datte of 15 avril dernier, n'est pas marié and is Catolique.

 

 

. Received comme soldier the 16 may 1676.

 

 

. the 26 May 1687. Il a renoncé, Given £15L PSC

 


 

 


 

Received 10/10/1676

15 Janvier 1677. Died at

Vol. 7, no. 532 John Glassen Irish of Nation, aagé of 20 years ou environ, soldier of Sr. Robert of Amilton cape. au regiment Dongan in which he has servy 5 years ne peut plus continuer his services a cause of une fluxion qui luy is venue au pied droit comme il appert by the certificatee des Medecin and Chirurgien Major of the hospital of Verdun 55545 in datte of 6 Juillet der. dit avoir demeuré depuis à the hospital of Chalons zzzz0 is porteur of the route of M. of Bar and of subdelegué of the Intendant of Chalons in datte of 30 7bre. n'est pas marié and is Catolique.

 

 

 

. the

 

 

Received

12/5/1763

 

Luc Gilmores / Ballafipare in Ireland

 

 

Received

//1763

 

Guillaume Gallaghar / Kolleret in Ireland

 

 

Received

//1763

 

 

ermont Fenne gann /Caseili / Bonghant in Ireland

 

 

 

Received

15/6/1714

Barthelemy Goulding Irish, aged 46 years, of Dublin in Ireland, soldier of the colonel of Orrington’s Regiment, in which he has served 26 years, ainsi que porte his certificatee, is troubled by of une décente incomplette of costé left combined with his wounds and une sciatique aux deux cuisses puts him out of service. Married in Hedin 62447. Catholic.

 

. the 22 Novembre 1724. Died at à Mariembourg  ATD

 


 

Received

27/2/1716

John Grine Irish, aged 48 years, of Limerick in Ireland, soldier of Sr. Fildain Irish Regiment of Berwick in which he has a served 21 years, ainsi which he paroist in his certificatee, is very troubled by of the hanche left of un rifle shot which he received à the bataille of Almensa , which puts him out of service. Catholic.

. the 2 fevrier 1727. John Grine Irish soldier of the Company of Sr. Braque ATD au fort St. André 39500 près Salines a eté Raye des Registres ayant dezerté of the Company the 19 Novembre of the année derniere sans avoir Given £depuis

 

. ParGiven £the 17 Juin 1728 by ordre of Mgr.

 

 

. the 22 September 1728. Died at

 

 

Received

11/6/1716

John Geraltin? Irish, aged 43 years, of Cork in Ireland, Cavalier of Sieur Robert Nugent, Irish Regiment of Neugent under Scheldon, in which he has a servy 26 years confirmed by porté in his certificatee and auparavant dit avoir served 3 years in fienne, is very troubled by of Corps by des Rhumatismes, Joint a ce which he a the leg left fort enflée, puts him out of service, Catolique.

 

 

. the 22 Juillet 1742. Died at in the paroisse of Notre Dame of Ferté zzzz0 in passant

 

 

Received

11/6/1716

Richard Gorman Irish, agé of 55 years, of Kilheurte proche Dublin, Cavalier of Sieur Cooke Regiment of Nugent, in which he has served 15 years, confirmed by porté by his certificatee, and auparavant dit avoir served 14 years in Galmoy, is troubled by of the Poitrine of un coup of Epée which he received à the Bataille of Malplaquet 59584, combined with cewhich he a eu the jambe left Cassée of une fall of Cheval which he fit in revenant of fourage puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

. Renvoyer pour rapporter un certificat qu'il a served in Galmoy.

 

 

. il A rapporté the certificat of quatorze years of service in Galmoy.

 

. il A esté Received.

 

. the 6 August 1718. Died at à St Malo 35288 estant ATD

 


 

Received

1/4/1717

Thomas Glassin Irish, aged 62 years, of Toiry County Tuperary, soldier of Sr. Sexten, Irish Regimente of Obrien under Odonell and Dublin in which he has served 25 years, (confirmed by his certificatee datté of 21 March dernier, his Incommoditez combined with his wounds puts him out of service, Tisserand by trade. Catholic.

. the 21 Decembre 1721. Died at à Ham 80410 y estant ATD

 

 

Received

19/5/1718

John Greffin Irish, aged 50 years, of Grenin County Kilkenny in Ireland, Caporal of the Company of Sr. Comerford, Irish Regiment of Lée under Montcassel, in which he has served 29 years, comme il appert by his certificatee, datté of Sept of present mois of May, is very troubled by of une oppression of poitrine combined with his Wounds and other Incommoditez puts him entierement out of estat of service, Chirurgien of his proffession. Catholic.

 

. the 6 August 1726. Died at à Sisteron 04209 ATD

 

 

Received

21/7/1718

Laclin Garman Irish, aged 52 years, of Monaghan in Ireland, soldier of Sr. macmahan Regimt. of Lée under odonnel, fitzGerald and Dublin in which he has served 29 years, portés by his certificatee datté of 8 of present mois of Juillet, his Wounds and Incommoditez puts him out detat of continuer his services. Catholic.

. the 12 Juin 1726. Died at à Ham 80410 etant ATD

 

 

Received

3/1/1736

 

Daniel Gorman / of Clare

 

 

Received 15th March 1715

 

Neil Guebbon, Irish aged 35 years, in which he has served 12 years, confirmed by his certificatee, is crippled by of the main droite of un coup of Sabre which he received au Siege of Fribourg combined with his other Wounds puts him out of service. Catholic.

2 September 1716. Neils Guebbon Irish estant of the Company of Sr. the forest ATD in garnison à Sommières 30321 ayant laissé à the hospital à Montpellier 34172 pour se faire guérir of fiéucas? the Company estant in Rou