Received 23rd January 1705

 

John Hamilton aged 40 of County Kildare, soldier of Sr. Condon, Lee’s Irish regiment under Clare, in which he has served 16 years (seems from his certificate). His right hand is crippled from a rifle shot at the last Battle of Hochstädt. Catholic.

 


 

Received 12th March 1706

 

Patrick Hagan aged 43 of County Tyrone, reformation lieutenant at the suite of Berwick’s Regiment under Galway, in which he has served 8 years in that rank, apparently 6 years as lieutenant in Charlemont’s and 4 years as lieutenant with Captain O’Neill in Ireland. His left hand is crippled from a rifle shot at Chiari which combined with several other wounds puts him out of service. He bears an order from Mr. Chamillart to be received. Married in Cremona. Catholic.

 

 

Received 15th March 1715

Died 3 December 1736

Thady Hagh aged 57 of Bor, Ireland, soldier of Sr. Nugent, lieutenant colonel of Berwick’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 22 years, (confirmed by his certificate). His wounds and other troubles put him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 4th August 1691

Sent back. Given £6.12s. PSC.

Jacob Haulce known as “The Fountain” aged 22 of Dublin, soldier of Sr. Mosnier, Limosin’s Regiment, in which he says he has served 2 years, He is greatly troubled by his right from a musket butt blow which he received at Fleurus. Baker by trade. Catholic.

 

 

Received 13th March 1692

Sent back. Given £19.16s. PSC

Thady Hanley aged 66 of Roscommon, soldier of Sr. Prieur, Dillon’s Regiment, in which he says he served 2 years as well as 4 years in Greder-Alemand’s, 10 years in Furstemberg’s and 5 in Hamilton’s. His right shoulder is crippled from a rifle shot received last July in Flanders. Catholic.

 

 

Received 22nd April 1694

Died 29 September 1694

Germain Hartnaidy aged 30 of County Cork, soldier of Sr. Hogan, Montcassel’s Regiment, in which he has served 4 years as well as 4 years in Ireland (confirmed by his certificate). He is crippled having his spine dislocated by a fall he had by the effect of a cannon at Reinsfeld Catholic.

 

Received 5th December 1710

 

Roger Hanreghan aged 46 of Cork, soldier of the colonel of Dillon’s Regiment, in which he has served 26 years. His left hand is crippled from a rifle shot at Cassano, combined with which he is troubled by his left thigh due to a blow from a cannon fragment  at Cremona which puts him out of service. He comes at present from a company of invalids which was at Antibes. Catholic.

   

Received 2nd February 1696

Died 26th March 1699 at Ardres ATD

Theodore Hanly aged 64 of Athlone, soldier of Sr. Stevenson, Athlone’s Regiment, in which he has served 6 years as well as 2 in Dillon’s, 18 in Greder’s and Furstemberg’s and 4 in Hamilton’s. His certificate confirms that he has served the king for 30 years in France. His age combined with his wounds and other troubles puts him out of service. Catholic

 

 

Received 29th March 1696

 

Thady Harty aged 27 of County Toubredaren, dragoon of Sr. Carroll, lieutenant colonel of the Royal Irish Dragoons Regiment, in which he says he served 8 years as much in France as in Ireland, has had his arm right “cut” after a musket shot near Pinerolo. Married in Touraine. Catholic

 

 

Received 13th September 1709

Died 20th October 1719

Patrick Hagan aged 40 of Caranthiel, County Dungannon, sergeant of Sr. Meagher, Galmoy’s regiment under Charlemont in which he has served 20 years which is since the Irish troops entered France, (confirmed in his certificate). He is very troubled by his eyesight due to a fluxion which fell over his eyes three years ago which puts him out of service. Catholic

 

 

Received 22nd October 1693

Sent back. Given £15. 2s. PSC

Maurice Haregane aged 23 of County Kildare, soldier of Sr. Miledy, Irish Marines Regiment, in which he says he served 2 years. His right foot is crippled from a musket shot near the Rhine. Catholic.

   

Received 4th March 1700

 

Arthur Haneloüene  aged 56 of County Down, soldier of Sr. Dillon the elder Dillon’s Regiment under Greder-allemand, Furstemberg and Hamilton, in which he has served 28 years (confirmed by his certificate). Married in Ireland. Catholic.

 

 

Received 18th March 1700

Died 28th December 17?? at the hospital ATD

Simon Hallouran, aged 46 years, of County Clare, soldier of Sr. Wauchop, Bourke’s Regiment under the queen of England, Greder-alemand, Furstemberg and Hamilton, in which he has served 26 years, confirmed by his certificate, He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Catholic

 

 

Received 10th June 1700

Died 4th  December 1700.

Thomas Hart aged 31 of County Dublin, drummer of Sr. Bronne, Lee’s Regiment under Montcassel, in which he says he served 10 years, Bears two letters from the Marquis of Barbesieux dated of Fontainebleau  the 6th September 1699and 6th October 1699 of last year written to Mr. Boncour, Commissar of Wars at Bethune, pour faire conduire by a soldier of the same company the said Thomas Hart into this hostel, both Letters portant order from the y recevoir, Cobbler by trade. Catholic

 

 

Received 23/1/1698

 

Peter Hackett, aged 64 years, of County Tipperary, cavalier of Sr. Pindergresse lieutenant colonel of Regiment of king of England, in which he has served 6 years and apparently 5 in Monmouth, confirmed by his certificate. His left shoulder is crippled from a musket shot at the Battle of St François combined with other wounds putting him out of service, Married in Ireland. Catholic.

 

 

Received 7/5/1706

Died 31 October 1711 at the Havre ATD.

Philippe Hackett aged 50 of County Tipperary, soldier of Sr. Bourg, Lee’s Irish regiment under Montcassel, in which he has served 16 years, confirmed by his certificate, and apparently says he served 3 years in Ireland, is crippled of arm right of a rifle shot which he received at the last Battle of Hogstet, combined with which he is greatly troubled of left of another rifle shot which he received on the same occasion and his weak eyesight puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 2/10/1698

 

John Harrebert, aged 24 years, of Dublin, soldier of Sr. Callahan, Regiment of Dillon, in which he says he served 6 years. His right leg is crippled from a musket shot he received at the Siege of Barcelona, Married in Paris: catholic.

 

 

Received 2/12/1694

Died 22nd May 1695

Owen Hameille aged 30 of County Winakan, soldier of Sr. Plunkett, Regiment of Dublin, in which he says he served 3 and a half years, has lost his left eye by the fire which se mit à the powder at Spire, combined with which he is crippled of right arm of several scrofulous abscesses puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 11/2/1679

. Died16 January 1697

Maurice Haghieren, aged 50 years, gendarme anglois of Roy, the quel a served for 4 years in that quality says he again served apparently in the Regiments of York and O’Brien 14 years as lieutenant and as Captain. is crippled of the hand and arm left of a wound Received at the journée of Montcassel. He bears a leave paper from his Captain lieutenant given at Lille 26th January last. Catholic and single. Refused attend which he n'est pas crippled, and which he ne fait apparoir que of 4 years of service. Given £15 to return to Ireland. Ne the a pas voulu recevoir. Depuis Received

 

 

Received 9/11/1703

Died13 August 1715

Martin Hart dit St Martin aged 32 years, of County Sligo, Grenadier of the Company of Sr. Chacknessy, Irish regiment of Clare, in which he has served 14 years, confirmed by his certificate, his left foot is crippled from a musket shot received at the Château of Heydersheim near Neufbourg last December., Perruquier by trade. Catholic

 

 

 

Received 23/11/1714

Died 30th September 1719.

Robert Hart aged 48 of Sligo, Grenadier of Sr. McMahon, O’Donnell’s Regiment under Fitzgerald and the Irish Marines in which he has served 22 years, confirmed by his certificate, is troubled of the Thigh left of a rifle shot which he received at the Siege of Douai combined with a bomb fragment to his left shoulder at Heidelberg and other troubles puts him out of service, Married in Cambrai. Catholic.

 


 

Received 1/3/1715

Died 13 January 1736 at Entrevaux ATD

John Hachy, aged 65 years, of Limerick, soldier of Sr. Guelagh, Irish regiment of Dillon, in which he has served 24 years borne out by his certificate, and y says he served 2 years in Montcassel, his weak eyesight combined with his Infirmities puts him out of service catholic

 

 

Received 14/8/1738

Died 2 December 1738

Thomas Hall aged 35 years, of Roadway County Meath in Ireland Grenadier of Sir Lally Dillon’s Irish regiment in which he has served 14 years borne out by his certificate. He is crippled having had the reings broken by a bomb fragment at the Siege of Philipsburg. Catholic

 

 

Received 3/2/1685

18 August 1685. He gave up his place. Given £15 PSC and returned his certificates.

Jack Hackett, aged 59 years, of Ireland, soldier of Sr. Hamilton Regiment of Furstemberg in which he has served the king 30 years says as much as officer as cadet as of sergeant. He is troubled by a decline. Catholic.

 

 

Received 1/8/1676

14 September 1676. He gave up his place Given £15L, his clothes and linen.

Derby Hanam Irish, age of 46 years, soldier of Butler at the regiment of Monmouth in which he has served 5 and a half years, can no longer continue his services pour avoir his kidneys emportés of a musket shot which he received in that party at the passage of Rhine the last campaign..

 

 

Received 21/11/1676

Died 11th May 1682.

Deige Harny Irish age of 54 years, soldier of Carny at the regiment of Douglas in which he has served 27 years, can no longer continue his services as much for his wounds as for exhaustion appears by the leave paper from his captain Given at Haguenau on the 16 June, Single

 


 

Jack Hanin Irish, age of 20 years, soldier of Harbert at the regiment of Douglas under Hamilton in which he has served 3 years, can no longer continue his services having lost his eyesight seems from the leave paper from his Major dated 21st of 7bre approved by M. the Comte of Pas, is bearer of the route of M. of Miromesnil dated 5th inst.. Single and is Catholic.

22 August 1676. Refused attend as he does not fulfil the requirements

 

 

Received 17 July 1677

Patrick Halen Irish, age of 30 years, sergeant of Sr. Borne captain. at the regiment Dongan under Hamilton in which he says he served 8 years, can no longer continue his services to be demeuré paralitique of the moitié of corps appears by the certificate of Surgeon Major of Scelestat dated 8th June last. Single and Catholic.

 

 

Received 27/2/1716

 

Denis Hamill, aged 50 years, of Antrim, soldier of Sr. Raleigh, Berwick’s Irish regiment, in which he has served 24 years, seems by his certificate, is crippled of the right hand and troubled by the left of a rifle shot received at the Siege of Ivrea in Piedmont which puts him out of service. Catholic

 

 

 

Received 26/5/1695

16 june1699 He gave up his place Given £30L. PSC and returned his certificates

Cornelius Heusse Irish, aged 40 years, of Cork, soldier ofSr. Dillon, Regiment of Dillon, in which he has served 3 years and a half years, apparently 8 in Furstemberg, and 6 in Hamilton, Confirmed by his certificate that he has served 20 years, has lost his right eye and can hardly see with the other due to a musket shot to his head at the siege of Rose which puts him out of service, Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

 

Received 31/7/1705

23 February 1706. He re-entered service in the Company colonel of Noailles Infantry Regiment.

Edmond Heusse, aged 33 years, of County Dublin, soldier of Sr. MacLean, Regiment of Orrington, under the Guards of the king of England, in which he has served 15 years, confirmed by his certificate, is crippled of the left hand of a rifle shot which he received at the Siege of fort Kell. Catholic.

 


 

Received 10/10/1692

21 November 1692. He gave up his place. Given £16. 5s. PSC and returned his certificates

Augustine Heguin, aged 35 years, of Galway, sergeant of Sr. Lally, Dillon’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 18 years as much in that as in those of Greder, Furstemberg, and Hamilton. His left thigh is crippled from a musket shot received at the Battle of Fleurus. All confirmed by his certificates. Catholic.

 

 

Received 14/11/1710

Died 9th August 1722

Manus Herly, aged 64 years, of Londonderry, soldier of Sr. Nagle, Orrington’s Regiment under the Guards of king of England in which he has served 24 years of which 20 in France, confirmed by his certificate, is very troubled by a decline his left side which combined with his other Infirmities puts him out of service, Married in Ireland, Tailor by trade. Catholic.

 

 

Received 11/2/1700

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

Neil Heguin, aged 65 years, of County Kerry, soldier of Sr. Hackett, Orrington’s Regiment under the Guards of the King of England, in which he has served 8 years, and apparently 15 years in Surbeck, Furstemberg, and Hamilton, All confirmed by his certificate, is included in the same order from Mondit Seigneur, Married in Paris catholic

 

 

Received 11/11/1700

 

Boyce Hegan, aged 40 years, of County Limerick, soldier of Sr. Mannering lieutenant colonel of Dillon’s Regiment of under Greder-alemand, Furstemberg, and Hamilton, in which he has served 24 years, confirmed by his certificate, his deafness combined with which he tombe of mal caduc puts him out of service, Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

 

Received 2/6/1695

Died29 May 1696.

Owen Heguerthy, aged 37 years, of Londonderry, soldier of Sr. Barry, Talbot’s Regiment in which he says he served 6 years, his right arm is crippled from a musket shot at the Battle of Marsaglia, confirmed by his certificate, Married in Brittany. Catholic.

 


 

Received 11/10/1696

12 December 1696. He gave up his place Given £15. PSC and returned his certificates.

Anthony Héguin, aged 31 years, of County Limerick, soldier of Sr. Edward Dillon commanding Dillon’s Irish regiment, in which he says he served 9 years as much in France as in Ireland, is crippled of the left hand of a sabre cut received being at the escort of fourage near Gironne last May which puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 26/6/1698

 

Robert Heguin, aged 53 years, of County Roscommon, soldier of Sr. Luy, Regiment of the Queen of England, in which he has served 10 years, his left arm is crippled from a musket shot at the Siege of Valence, all confirmed by his certificates, Married in Ireland. Catholic.

 

 

Received 29/6/1703

4 march 1706. He re-entered service in the Company of Sr. the M., Regiment of Noailles

Patrick Hély, aged 50 years, of Cork, soldier of Sr. Becker, Bourke’s Regiment under Lutrell and Wacope, in which he has served 30 years, his left foot is crippled from a rifle shot received whilst in a party commanded near Cremona last year. Catholic.

 

 

Received 16/9/1723

 

Edmond Heddy, aged 55 years, of Helfine County Roscommon, corporal of the master of Camp of Dillon’s Irish regiment,, in which he has served 32 years, appears from his certificate dated 4 September 1723, has lost his left eye through a rifle shot at the Siege of Landau combined with his other wounds puts him out of service. Catholic

 

 

Received 6/8/1739

Died 2nd September 1743 at Perpignan Hospital

Noel Hennessy aged 70 of the town and County of Dublin, drum major de the Comp. colonel du reg.t Irish of Dillon’s Irish Regiment under Galmoy in which he has served 49 years confirmed by his certificate. He is greatly caduc, Married in St Venant: catholic

 

 

 

 

Received 11/2/1745

 

Johannes le Heners, aged 67 years, of the town and county of Cork, soldier of the Company lieutenant colonel of the Irish regiment of Clare in which he has served 5 years, apparently 18 years in that of Dulkey,

 

 

 

Received 20/6/1676

 

Thomas Hes Irish, soldier of the Compie. of McCarty at the regiment of Hamilton in which he has served 4 years is atteint of mal of Escrouelles, comme il apert by the certificate of Doctor of the hospital of Toul dated of 30 may last. dont he is bearer and of certificate of his Major given at the same place 3rd inst. Single. Catholic.

20 June 1676 refused attend as he has sufficient service and which he is atteint of mal of scrofula Given £15 to retire to Ireland..

 

 

Received 3/7/1677

3 July 1677. Refused because he appears to have only 5 years of service and is not crippled

Denis Hendrik Irish, age of 60 years, corporal of Sr. Loventin captain at the Italian Regiment of Corsica in which he served since its creation confirmed by the certificate of his captain dated 15th May last.. Says that he served in France since the Battle of Lens. Can no longer continue his services as much for his wounds as for his caducity. Single. Catholic.

 

 

Received 8/2/1715

Died 29 October 1718

John Herren, aged 64 years, of Dunmore, County Galway, soldier of Sr. Fielding Berwick’s Irish regiment in which he has served 22 years, confirmed by his certificate, He is very troubled by an ulcer on his right leg combined with his infirmities puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 21/7/1729

13th March 1738 il a eté rayé des hotel registers having deserted the 22 October 1737 de the Company of S. the Brun ATD of Aygues mortes

Daniel Heher, aged 56 years, of Clare, corporal of Sr. Bourke Irish regiment of Dillon in which he has served 14 years apparently 24 years of Galmoy, confirmed in his certificate dated of 6 July 1729, his wounds and incommodities putting him out of service, Married in Paris. Catholic

 

 

 

Received 17/1/1710

4 May 1712. He re-entered the service in the Company of Sr. Liestab in Coetmene Dragoons Regiment.

 

 

James Hiohagan aged 37 of Dublin, soldier of Sr. Geoghegan, Regiment of Berwick, in which he has served 15 years confirmed by his certificate, is crippled his right leg of a rifle shot at Cassano. This wound is actually open which puts him out of service, Married in Paris, baker by trade. Catholic.

 


 

 

Received 17/7/1705

 

John Hine, aged 46 years, of Cork, cadet in a Company of Irish Fusiliers commanded by the Sr. Cotte in the Sévenes, in which he has served 3 years, and apparently 11 years in the Regiments of Bourke, Luttrell, Scott and the Queen of England, Confirmed by his certificate that he has served 14 years. His left shoulder is crippled from a Bayonet cut and a coup of butt of rifle, with two other bayonet cuts to his head and another to his left leg in a combat against the Fanatics near Neuze in the Sévenes which puts him out of service. Catholic.

30 June 1712. he re-entered the service in the Company of Sr. Fielding Regiment of Infantry Irish of Berwick.

10 May 1715 he returned from service.

Died .27 September 1719.

 

 

Received 8/4/1701

6 August 1719. Died at Auxonne going to rejoin his Company at Fort St André of Salins being Captain ATD.

Dominique Hicky aged 30 of County Limerick, reformation lieutenant at the suite of Regiment of Berwick, under the Dragoons of king of England, in which he has served 10 years, and apparently 4 years in Ireland, is crippled of arm right of a musket shot at Valence. He bears an order from Mr. Chamillart to be received. Catholic.

 

 

 

Received 8/1/1699

14 march 1699. He gave up his place, returned his certificates and Given £30L. PSC.

Denis Hicky aged 32 of Limerick, sergeant of Sr. Butler, Regiment of Dillon, in which he has served 8 years, confirmed by his certificate, has had the arm right emporté of a volley of Canon at Barcelona. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

 

Received 27/4/1703

 

Michel Higuin aged 72 of County Mayo, soldier of Sr. Wogan, Regiment of Galmoy under Limerick, and the Guards of king of England, in which he has served 12 years, confirmed by his certificate, and apparently says he served 8 years in Ireland, his wounds and Other troubles putting him out of service, Married in Ireland. Catholic.

 

 

Received 20/8/1693

16 may 1700. Il a deserted of the Company of the Peter Captain ATD in garrison à Amiens , after shooting John Guyon d.t Champagne.

Francis Higgins, aged 30 years, of Kings County, Carabineer of Sr. Tobin, Regiment Royal Anglois, in which he says he served 2 years, and apparently 3 years in Ireland, is crippled of the left hand of a sabre cut which he received whilst in a detachment between Marche and Liege, combined with other wounds puts him out of service. Catholic.

 


 

 

Received

15/12/1718

Denis Higgins Irish, aged 66 years, of Kilras County Antrim in Ireland, soldier of Sr. O'Dunne, Irish regiment of Orrington, in which he has served 30 years, ainsi que borne out by his certificate dated of 21 November last, is troubled of several wounds which he à received in differentes occasions combined with his weakness of eyesight putting him out of service, Married in Strasbourg 67482. Catholic.

. the 23 September 1721. Died à the Citadel of Mezieres 08290 ATD

 

 

 

Received 3/11/1695

1st May 1698 he gave up his place Given £30. PSC and returned his certificates

Denis Horly Irish, aged 24 years, of County Limerick, soldier of Sr. Scott lieutenant colonel of Regiment of Clancarty, in which he has served 5 years, confirmed by his certificate, is crippled of the right hand of a coup of sable which he received being in a detachment commanded against the Barbets near Pinerolo. Catholic

 

 

Received 13/30/1692

Died 4 February 1695.

Bernard Hogan known as The River, aged 58 years, of Limerick, corporal of the Company of Sr. Chevalier of Breteüil, Regiment of French Guards, in which he has served 28 years, confirmed by his certificates, and apparently says he served 10 years in the Duke of York’s Regiment, his other troubles resulting from his wounds putting him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 3/12/1693

23 August 1699 he gave up his place Given £30. PSC and returned his certificates.

William Holliday Irish, aged 30 years, of County Cork, soldier of Sr. McCarty, Regiment of Montcassel, in which he says he served 6 years, is greatly troubled of a decline as a result of being trampled by horses’ feet combined with which he is also troubled by his left thigh puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 22/3/1715

Died 16th May 1735

Denis Hogan, aged 65 years, of Clare, soldier of Sr. Wyndham, Irish regiment of Orrington, in which he has served 23 years porté by his certificate, is very troubled of the Epaule left of a rifle shot which he received at the Siege of Fribourg combined with a sabre cut which he received à the machoire Inferior of side left, of a rifle shot to his head is greatly troubled by des deux mains, putting him out of service. Catholic.

 


 

 

Received 22/4/1700

Died 15 February 1710 at Fort François

Roger Houregane Irish, aged 65 years, of Limerick, sergeant of Sr. Kennedy, Lee’s regiment under Montcassel, Greder-alemand, Furstemberg, and Hamilton, in which he has served 29 years, confirmed in his certificate, He bears an order from Mgr. the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Catholic

 

 

Received 25/11/1700

Sent back 7th December 1700

William Hogan Irish, aged 51 years, soldier of Sr. Gerald Dillon, Regiment of Dillon, under Greder-alemand, Furstemberg and Hamilton, in which he has served 29 years, confirmed in his certificate, is greatly troubled by the eyesight having peine à Se conduire of a fluxion which luy is venuë ensuite of a coup of Butt of musket which he received to his head at a Sortie that firent the Enemies at the Siege of Barcelona which puts him out of service, Married in Paris, sergeant by trade. Catholic.

 

 

Received 5/12/1697

Died 28 October 1698.

William Hourgan aged 24 of County Tipperary, soldier of Sr. Barneval, Regiment of Dublin, in which he has served 8 years, confirmed by his certificate, is crippled des legs and greatly troubled des reings the having been rompus of having been buried by the effect of cannonball whilst making the retrenchments at Spire il y a had a an at the mois of august last which puts him entirely out of estat of in pouvoir plus continuer his services. Catholic

 

 

Received 23/3/1703

 

John Hogan, aged 31 years, of County Tipperary, reformation lieutenant à the suite of Regiment of Albemarle under Dublin, in which he has served 12 years, tant in that quality que of Sous lieutenant, and apparently 3 years of lieutenant in Ireland, is Crippled of arm left of a musket shot which he received at the Combat of Luzzara, He bears an order from Mr. Chamillart to be received. Catholic.

 

 

Received 20/3/1698

Died 17 November 1704 at Arras ATD

Maurice Horan aged 25 of Cork, drummer of Sr. Hogan, Lee’s regiment under Montcassel, in which he has served 11 years tant in France qu'en Ireland (confirmed by his certificate, is crippled of pied right of a musket shot at Ath. Catholic.

 


 

 

Received 22/11/1696

12 September 1698. he gave up his place, Given £30. PSC and returned his certificates.

Edmond Hogan Irish, aged 38 years, of Limerick, soldier of Sr. Roth, Regiment des Guards of king of England in which he says he served 5 years, and apparently 2 years in Ireland, his left had is crippled from a rifle shot received being in a detachment commanded by the Sr. oLessy near Tournai last June which makes him incapable of continuing his services, weaver by trade. Catholic.

 

 

Received 6/3/1698

Died 18 November 1727.

John Hogan aged 55 of County Kilkenny, Cavalier of Sr. Fleming, Regiment of the queen of England, in which he has served 6 years, apparently 5 years of Cornette in Apercorne in Ireland, and 5 of Cavalier in the Royal anglois of Monmouth, All confirmed by his certificate, is crippled of the right hand of a musket shot at St Croix Married in Ireland. Catholic.

 

 

Received 26/6/1698

 

Derby Hogan aged 34 of Limerick, soldier of Sr. Quinn, Regiment des Dragoons à pied of the queen of England, in which he says he served 7 years, and apparently 3 in Ireland, is crippled of arm right of a musket shot at Barcelona. Catholic.

 

 

Received 8/5/1698

4 January 1705. he re-entered service in the Company colonel of Regiment of the ?....

Florent Hourly, aged 27 years, of County Cork, sergeant of Sr. O’Hara, Regiment of Dillon, in which he has served 8 years, confirmed in his certificate, is crippled of the Thigh left of a rifle shot which he received at the Siege of Barcelona catholic.

 

 

 

 

Maurice Horan, aged 33 years, of County Kerry, soldier of the Company of Sr. Edward Dillon lieutenant colonel of Regiment of Infantry of Dillon Irish, in which he has served 10 years, appears from his certificate, His right shoulder is crippled from a musket shot received at Chiari which puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 22/8/1704

Died 4 April 1729 at Mariembourg ATD

David Horan aged 40 of Galway, soldier of Sr. McDonough, Regiment of Dillon, in which he has served 15 years, confirmed by his certificate, has had the arm right “cut” after a rifle shot received at the Siege of Arco in the Tyrol, Tisserand by trade. Catholic.

 

 

 


 

 

Received 7/5/1706

Died 31 January 1716.

William Hogan aged 54 of Knock banelon sergeant of the colonel of Lee’s Irish regiment under Montcassel, in which he has served 16 years, confirmed in his certificate, and apparently says he served 3 years in Ireland, is greatly troubled by a oppression of Poitrine combined with which he asthmatic and his weakness of eyesight, Married in St. Germain . Catholic.

 

 

Received 17/11/1713

Died16 July 1721 at Sisteron ATD

John Hogan aged 52 years, of Casselle, soldier of Sr. Pipard, Regiment of Berwick, in which he has served 20 years, confirmed in his certificate, is very troubled of a rifle shot which he received at the lower Venture at the Siege of Turin which puts him out of service, he is one of a number of Invalids received at Besançon. Catholic.

 

 

Received 5/11/1716

Died 11 August 1720.

Terence Hollin aged 45 of Carymakaroche, County Monaghan, soldier of Sr. McMahon Lee’s Irish regiment, in which he has served 25 years confirmed in his certificate, is very troubled des legs the having swollen and full of varicose by the effect of a mine at the Siege of Governolo in Italy which puts him out of service. Catholic.



 

Received 10/11/1695

 

Cornelius Hurley aged 32 of Limerick, dragoon of the Company colonel of Regiment of the queen of England, in which he says he served 4 years, and 5 in Ireland, a lost entirely the eyesight ensuite of three coups of Sabre which he received to the head at the Battle of Marsaglia, confirmed by his certificate, Married in Dijon. Catholic

30 April 1701 He gave up his place Given £30L. PSC and returned his certificates

 

 

Received 7/6/1709

Died 6 march 1725

Eugene Hussy Irish, aged 55 years, of Calidon County Dungannon, soldier of Sr. Bourke, O’Donnell’s Regiment under Fitzgerald, Poüer and Luttrell, in which he has served 17 years, confirmed by his certificate, is very troubled by grandes douleurs which he resent to his Reignes and to his shoulders with a difficulty of movement of the head as a result of being trampled by horses’ feet at the Combat near Audenarde which puts him out of service, Tailor by trade. Catholic

 


 

 

Received 22/4/1700

Died 15 August 1709 at Kandel in Germany.

Charles Huges aged 36 of County Armagh, sergeant of Sr. Routh lieutenant colonel of Regiment of Orrington under the Guards of king of England, in which he has served 10 years, confirmed in his certificate, He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received, Married in Paris. Catholic

2 march 1701. he re-entered service in the Company of Sr. Daverigny, Royal Cavalry Regiment

1st April 1701. he was expelled by order of Monsgr. Chamillart pour avoir aporté of faux certificates.

 9 October 1707 he was admitted to the hostel, having continued to serve for seven more years.

 


 

Received 27/3/1698

Died 20 October 1721

Maurice Huonin, aged 64 years, of Limerick, sergeant of Sr. O'Shaughnessy, Regiment of Clare in which he has served 8 years, apparently 9 in Languedoc, 22 in Hamilton and 3 in Royal Roussillon. His certificate confirms that he has served 28 years, his wounds and incommodities putting him out of service. Catholic.

30 July 1713. Maurice Huonin being of the Company of le Rougerieau detachment in garrison at the fort of Scarpe deserted the Company, 16 august 1714 he went to Arras without permission .. He is totally mad.

19 august 1718. the king accorded him grace.

 

 

Received 28/3/1697

Sent back. Given £18. PSC

Gerald Hussey Irish, aged 30 years, of County Meath, cadet of the Company of Sr. Moüer, Irish Marine regiment, in which he has served 7 years, which is since the arrival of this regiment in France, Confirmed by his certificate, is greatly troubled of all his left side by a paralysis which he says resulted from a musket shot which he received to the hanche at Spire in 1692 which puts him out of service. Catholic

 

 

Received 17/6/1717

Died 17 July 1728. at Mezieres ATD

Bernard Hussy or Hugues, aged 43 years, of Dun County Dungannon, soldier of Sr. Barnaval, O’Brien’s Irish regimen under O’Donnell, Fitzgerald and Albemarle, in which he has served 25 years, confirmed in his certificate dated 2 June 1717, is troubled of mal caduc combined with his wounds putting him out of service. Catholic.

 


 

Received 2/12/1728

Jack Halfpenny of Drachodet County Louth Married in Arras

Received unknown

Jack Haslen of Arbois County Meath

Received July 1735

William Hargan of Kerg County Tipperary

Received 30/11/1741

Derby Harney, aged 70 years, of Rassemicane in Ireland,

Received 8/10/1750

William Hart of the town and County of Donegal

Received 12/9/1726

Jack Harley of the town and County of Cork

Received 7/1/1720

Edmond Hallagh of Dtomahan, county Waterford

Received 10/2/1735

William Heysse of Bowim county Kingscounty

Received 19/6/1720

Patrick Heguerty of Derry. Married in St Quentin

Received 4/10/1742

Bryan Hedin of Roscommon of Longwy

Received 28/7/1720

Denis Heguerty of Cork

Received 24/7/1727

John Heynes, aged 60 years, of the town and County of Galway

Received 2/12/1728

David Herbert of Kroug Kacy, County Limerick

Received 9/9/1751

Bernard Hedin of Corslery county Roscommon. Married.

Received 25/3/1700

John Hougue

Received unknown

Charles Housse of Caslebarre County Mayo

Received 18/7/1737

Joseph Hogan of Shoüertz, county Dublin

Received 28/10/1756

Jack Hoy of Drunkasse, County louk?

Received 12/10/1758

Patrick Hogan of Kilkenny

Received 18/4/1726

Theodore Horan of Tralee county Kerry

Received 21/7/1729

John Houraghan of Cork. Married in Nantes in Brittany

Received 5/9/1726

Maurice Hogan of Dublin

Received 18/6/1719

William Hogan of Beaus county Meath

Received 20/7/1721

Edward Hughes, aged 49 years, of Down

Received20/2/1727

Michel Hunregty of Ballengarry County Limerick. Married in Paris

Received 1/8/1737

Philip Hyuggs of Kenellayde County Maïs

Received 24/9/1719

William Hyland of Racaffy county Kildare

Received unknown

John Heyns of Rarekittly County Limerick

Received 1737

 Timothy Heogho of Carbery province of Munster

Received 20/3/1749

Patrick Hivers of the town and county of Dublin. Married

 


 

Received 11/10/1742

Anthony Heyn of Galway,  the Spanish Wars

Received 11/10/1742

Francis Hean of Galway

Received11/10/1742

Peter Hedin of Tipperary. Married in St Germain.