Received 9th October 1705

 

Daniel Kanowanne aged 32 of County Tyrone, grenadier of Sr. Misset, Berwick’s Regiment, in which he says he has served for 3 years as well as 5 years in O’Neill’s in Ireland. His left hand is crippled from a rifle shot at Gibraltar along with which he received a pierre coup between his two shoulders during the same siege that troubles him greatly puts him out of service. Married in Arras. Catholic.

 

Received 15th January 1693

 

Edmond Kelly aged 22 of Limerick, soldier of Sr. Mahoney, Limerick’s Regiment, in which he says he has served for 5 years. His left leg and knee are crippled by two musket shots which he says were at the Siege of Limerick and near Briançon. Butcher by trade. Catholic.

 

 

 

 

Received 15th March 1715

 

Edmond Kennedy, 42 years, of Hennegrone County Tipperary, soldier of Sr. Wogan, Berwick’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 20 years, appears from his certificate. His left arm is crippled from a rifle shot at Fribourg combined with which he fell of Mal Caduc putting him out of service, Catholic.

26 December 1718 Edmond Kennedy Irish of Henngrone being of the Company of Sr. the forest ATD in garrison at the Château of Sommieres having left the Company without his captain’s leave 12 October 1717.

 

 

 

 

Received 22nd March 1715

Died 19 February 1736 at Dunkirk ATD.

Peter Kennedy, aged 48 years, of County Longford, sergeant of Sr. Carney, Irish Regiment of Galmoy in which he has served 23 appears from his certificate, is very troubled by his left thigh left from a rifle shot at Cassano. combined with his other troubles putting him out of service, married, Catholic.

 

 

 

 

Received 29th March 1715

 

Thady Kiff, aged 46 years, of Clanturck, County Cork, sergeant of Sr. O’Berne, Berwick’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 5 years apparently 20 years in Puysançon and 9 years in Athlone, All confirmed by his certificate, is crippled of the left hand of a sabre cut which he received at Valence in Italy, combined with his other wounds puts him out of service, married in Rethel. Catholic.

 

 

Received 5th July 1715

Died 8 October 1720 at St Malo ATD.

William Kalhe, Irish, aged 60 years, of Roche County Cork, corporal of Sr. McCarty, Irish regiment O’Brien under Clare, in which he has served 25 years, seems from his certificate. He is very troubled by a decente incomplete of his right side combined with his other troubles and infirmities puts him out of estate a can no longer continue his services, married in Aire sur the Lys Catholic.

 

 

 


 

Received 10th January 1710

Died 25 February 1720

Luke Keffe, aged 74 years, of Cork, soldier of Sr. David Barry, O’Brien’s Regiment under Clare, in which he has served 8 years, and apparently 12 years in the Kings Regiments and of Aumont, all confirmed by his certificate, his decline combined with his weak eyesight and which he is troubled by arm left of a halberd coup which he received at the Battle of Ramillies putting him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

Received 20th October 1695

 

Edmond Kennedy Irish, aged 24 years, of Limerick, soldier of Sr. Scott, Clancarty’s Irish regiment in which he says he has served 4 years. His left foot is crippled from a rifle shot which he received in a detachment commanded against the Barbets near Pinerolo, Catholic

 

 

 

 

Received 4/9/1692

Sent back. Given £13. PSC.

Anthony Kennedy, of County Tipperary, aged 21 years, soldier of the colonel of Irish regiment of Charlemont, in which he says he has served 3 years, has had his right arm “cut” after a ******** of Canon which he received at the Siege of Limerick, confirmed by his certificate, Catholic.

 

 

 

 

 

Died 26 February 1716

Theodore Kuinigan, aged 60 years, of County Cork. soldier of Sr. Callaghan, Regiment of Orrington under Montcassel, in which he has served 16 years, borne out by his certificate, is fort troubled by tout the right side by a type of paralysis combined with his decline puts him out of service, married in his country, Catholic.

.

 

 

 

 

Received 24th September 1706

 

Edmond Kierevan, aged 42 years, of Drehaday, County Louth, cavalier in the Company of Sr. Mareschal, Regiment of Nugent under Sheldon, in which he has served 18 years, confirmed by his certificate, is greatly troubled by an anal fistula which puts him out of estate of can no longer continue his services, Catholic

 

 

Received 11th July 1710

Died 5 January 1716.

Cornelius Kelhanne, aged 39 years, of Cork, Grenadier of Sr. McMahon, O’Donnell’s Regiment, under Fitzgerald, Albemarle and the Irish Marine s, in which he says he has served 20 years. His left arm is crippled and since on luy a “cut” the toes of both feet caused by frostbite in the Battles of Gand at Nieuport a year last Winter which puts him out of service, Catholic,

 


 

 

 

 

Received 12th June 1711

Died 16th January 1720

Jack Kelly, aged 50 years, of Baluechteal, County Cork, soldier of the Company of Sr. Butler, Orrington's Irish Infantry under the Guards of the King of England, in which he has served for over 20 years, seems from his certificate, says he has served 4 years in Ireland, is very troubled by a fort grosse decline of Boyaux as the result of an effort which he fit in mettant of Canon onto the Ramparts at Valenciennes about a year and a half ago which puts him out of service, married at Metz, Catholic.

 

 

 

 

 

Received 3/3/1695

 

Cornelius Krocor, aged 21 years of Comte of Clare soldier of Sr. Barry, Regiment of Talbot under Clare in which he has a jack 6 years confirmed by his certificate has had the reings broken by a musket shot at the Battle of Marsaglia which him empêche of marcher and puts him out of service Catholic

 

 

Received 30/6/1735

Jack Kelly. Married in Douai

Received 8/1/1725

Charles Kelly Irish

 

 

 

 

 

 

Received 15/11/1709

3 January 1738 Died at

William Kegan aged 42 of Glinsky, County Connaught, Souzlieutenant de la Company of Grenadiers of Sr. Montchoisy, Picardy Regiment, in which he served 4 years in that quality, and apparently 16 years as Sergeant corporal and soldier in Clare's Irish Regiment . His left arm is crippled from a rifle shot at the Combat near Audenarde , combined with his other wounds puts him out of service, Bearer of a order from Monseigneur Voysin to be received in case he fulfils the entry requirements. Catholic

 

 

25 mars 1736. Died at Ham ATD.

John Kého, aged 53 years, of County Cavan, soldier of Sr. Maggy, Dillon's Regiment under Greder alemand, Furstemberg, and Hamilton, in which he has served 29 years, borne out by his certificate, Bearer of a order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received along with the following two. Catholic

 

 

Received

10/6/1700

William Kinfe, aged 30 years, of Cork, soldier of Sr. Plunkett, Regiment of Dublin, in which he says he has served for 10 years, Bearer of a order from Monseigneur the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received, Catholic.

Died the 3 July 1705 at the Château of St Omer ATD.

 

 

 

 

Received

14/10/1700

Hugues Kelly Irish, aged 40 years, soldier of Sr. Billiard, Regiment of Thoy, in which he says he has served for 2 years, and apparently 12 years in the Regiments Irish of Lee and Montcassel, borne out in the a of his certificates,. His right arm is crippled from a blow from a bomb fragment at the Siege of Ath, Catholic.

 

 

Received

28/10/1700

. Sent back. Given £15. PSC.

 

 

Received

11/11/1700

Florence Kiffe, aged 63 years, of County Cork, Sergeant of Sr. David Barry, Regiment of Clare, in which he has served 11 years, apparently 16 in Furstemberg, and 8 in Hamilton, all borne out by his certificate. His deafness and weak eyesight putting him out of service, Catholic.

19 mars 1706. Died at Bergues 59067 being ATD.

 

 

Received

11/11/1700

John Kerby, aged 66 years, of Limerick, soldier of Sr. David Barry, Regiment of Clare, in which he has served 12 years, and apparently 10 years in Surbeck and Furstemberg, all borne out in his certificates. His Caducity and weak eyesight puts him out of service, Armseur of his trade, Catholic.

 

 

Received

11/11/1700

Terence King Irish, aged 46 years, of Athlone, soldier of Sr. Gallagher, Regiment of Dillon under Greder alemand Furstemberg and Hamilton, in which he has served 26 years, borne out by his certificate, has become almost blind form a fluxion qui luy is venue pendant the Siege of Barcelona 99134, married in by is 75056, Catholic.

. Sent back. n'estant point blind. Given £15L PSC.

 

 

Received

11/3/1701

Patrick Karny Irish, aged 60 years, of Mayrefeldt in Ireland, Cavalier of the master of Camp of Regiment of Sheldon estranger under of king of England, in which he has served 8 years, borne out in his certificate, and says y avoir encore Jack 6 years in Ireland, is fort troubled by a breathing difficulty as the result of being fouled aux feet des horses and of several epée cuts that he received in the Corps and sur the head, and which he a two ribs enfoncées being in a detachment commanded by the Sr. Laneher near Liege  the winter of 1693, combined with a coup of pistolet which he received to his right Thigh at the Combat of Ste Croix puts him out of service, Catholic.

 

. depuis the 19 mars 1701 ??

. the 6 November 1701. Died at

 

 

Received

28/7/1695

Thomas Kelly Irish, aged 35 years, of County Tipperary, Sergeant of Sr. Bagot, Regiment des Guards of king of England, in which he has served 4 years qui is depuis the arrival of this Regiment in France, confirmed by his certificate, and apparently 7 years in Ireland, is crippled of the left leg of a musket shot which he received at the combat of Sainte Croix , married in by is 75056, Catholic.

. the 3 April 1699. He gave up his place. Given £30. PSC and returned his certificates.

 

 

Received

25/8/1695

John Kennedy Irish, aged 60 years, of County Tipperary, soldier of Sr. O Gara, lieutenant colonel of Regiment des Guards of king of England in which he has served 6 years, apparently 6 in Anguien of Cavalry, and 16 in Hamilton, Il is Porte by his certificate which he jack 22 years, his weak Veuë combined with his grandes wounds and troubles putting him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

Received 29/5/1698

received permanently 21st August 1698.

Bernard Kennedy Irish, aged 26 years, of County Tipperary, soldier of Sr. Dearclouë, Regiment of Clancarty, in which he says he has served for a an and demy, apparently 3 years in Clare and the Guards of king of England, is crippled of the Thigh left of a musket shot at Barcelona. Catholic

 

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Received 7/5/1706

Died 29 November 1712.

John Kennedy aged 40 of Galbally in Ireland, soldier of Sr. Lincoln, at the Irish Lee’s Regiment under Montcassel and Clare in which he has served 18 years, borne out by his certificate, He has lost his right eye and can hardly see at se conduire of the other from a fluxion which he luy is venue depuis cinq mois which puts him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

 

 

Received 14/7/1695

 

Daniel Kely aged 32 of Keerla in Ireland, Grenadier of Sr. Moure, Regiment of the Marine Royal Irish, in which he says he has served for 3 years, and apparently 6 in Ireland, is crippled of arm left of a sabre cut which he received sut the shoulder whilst in a detachment near Karla Candello whilst the Enemies passerent the Rhine the last campaign, married in Ireland. Weaver by trade. Catholic.

 

 

 

 

Received 7/2/1697

 

John Kelly aged 20  of Dublin, soldier of Sr. Mannery, Regiment of Dillon, in which he says he has served for 6 years, is crippled of arm left from a rifle shot which he received in a detachment Commanded by Mons. of Reynac near Gironne last year, Catholic.

 

 

Received 15/5/1698

 

Thomas Kitte Irish, aged 35 years, of County Kerry, soldier of Sr. McCarty, Regiment of Athlone, in which he says he has served for 13 years as much in France as in Ireland. he has had his left hand “cut” after from a rifle shot which he received by the Barbettes in the Valley of Pragelat near Pinerolo , menuisier of his metier, Catholic.

. the 2 February 1713. Died at St Malo 35288 being ATD.

 

 

 

 

Bernard Keernen Irish, aged 20 years, of Dublin, soldier of Sr. Grats, Regiment of Dublin, in which he has served 5 years, borne out by his certificate, and apparently says he has served2 years in Ireland, is devenu paralysed depuis the Ceinture in bas caused by the grand froid which he Suffered which puts him out of service Catholic.

Died 26 September 1704 at the Citadel of Arras 62041 being ATD.

 

 

 

 

13 October 1697. He gave up his place., Given 15L. PSC

Simon Kelly Irish, aged 85 years, of Galloway, soldier of Sr. Connor, Regiment of Dublin, in which he has served 5 years, apparently 7 in Navarre, 2 in Brittany, 3 in Plessis Praslin, 7 in Laferté, 7 in the French Guards , 3 in the Company franche of Monsieur Fabert in Candie 99126 of in which he has fut fait esclave, and 9 in the Regiment of Flaherty, confirmed by his certificate that he served 60 years, his great age combined with his wounds and troubles caused by a grosse déçente putting him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

 

 

 

Sent back., Given 18L. PSC.

. Daniel Kiffe Irish, aged 27 years, of Keinsel in Ireland, Caporal of Sr. Fitzgerald, Regiment of Clare, in which he has dit avoir served i8 years, and apparently 4 years in Donnowand in Ireland, is troubled by scrofula dont il is crippled of foot right which puts him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

Received 23/1/1698

30 may 1698. He gave up his place. Given 30L. PSC and returned his certificates.

John Keting Irish, aged 34 years, of Dublin, soldier of Sr. Dutton, Regiment des Guards of king of England, in which he has served 13 years, borne out by his certificate. His right knee is wounded from a Cannonball at the Siege of Dixmude which puts him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

 

 

 

Received 27/2/1698

14 mars 1702. Died at à the Citadel of Cambrai 59122 ATD

Jack Kennedy Irish, aged 63 years, of County Kilkenny, Sergeant of Sr. foytte, Irish regiment of Clare under Surbeck, Conigsmarck, Furstemberg, and Hamilton, in which he has a Jack 27 years, confirmed by his certificate, his wounds and troubles putting him out of service, Catholic.

 

 


 

 

 

Received 6/3/1698

 

Connor Kenny aged 35 of County Galway, soldier of Sr. Nugent lieutenant. colonel of Irish Marine regiment, in which he has served 6 years, and 4 in Ireland, confirmed by his certificate, is crippled of costé left side by paralysis which puts him out of service, married in by is 75056, Catholic.

 

 

Received 20/3/1698

3 September 1701. He gave up his place. Given 30L. PSC and returned his certificates.

Manus Keen Irish, aged 35 years, of County Mayo, soldier of Sr. Rourk, Lee’s Regiment under Montcassel, in which he has served 5 years, borne out by his certificate, is crippled of left knee by the fragment of manche of a pioche qu'un cannonball brisa between his hands whilst working at the Tranchée at the Siege of Ath , married. Catholic.

 

 

Received 22/5/1698

9 February 1699. Died at.

Ennemond Kelly, aged 28 years, of County Dublin, soldier of Sr. Nugent, Berwick’s Regiment under the Dragons of king of England, in which he says he has served 7 years, is crippled of arm right from a rifle shot which he received being in a faction at the rearguard of the army near fort Louis the last Campaign, Catholic.

 

 

 

 

 

Received 22/5/1698

 

Daniel Kennedy, aged 44 years, of County Galway, Sergeant of Sr. Caughlane, Regiment of Clare, in which he has served 7 years, borne out by his certificate, is crippled of the shoulder left of a musket shot which he received at the Battle of Marsaglia married in St Germain Laye. Catholic.

 

 

Received

10/7/1698

Henry Kenny, aged 36 years, of Dublin, soldier of Sr. Scott lieutenant colonel of Regiment of Clancarty, in which he says he has served for 7 years à perdu the oeil left from a rifle shot to his face at Barcelona combined with his other troubles putting him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

 

Received 10/9/1699

 

Patrick Kelly Irish, aged 38 years, of County Waterford, soldier of Sr. Doully, Lee’s Regiment under Montcassel, in which he has served 9 years, and apparently 15 years in Surbeck, Furstemberg, and Hamilton, all borne out in his certificate, is fort troubled by arm left and of the leg right of several wounds which he at received at the Sieges of Montmeillan and of Ath which puts him out of service, Catholic.

. the 18 February 1715. Died at the Havre 76351 ATD.

 

 

Received 5/6/1692

Sent back. Given £13L. 4s. PSC.

Morgan Keroüan Kerwan , aged 22 years, of County Kerlach, soldier of Sr. Calgret, lieutenant colonel of Regiment of Milord Montcassel, in which he says he has served for 4 years, is fort troubled by Corps of a mal qui luy is venu in the service which puts him out of estat of continuing, Catholic.

 

 

 

 

 

Died 13th May 1699 at Arras  ATD.

Bernard Kelly aged 63 of Armack, Ireland, soldier of Sr. Grace, Regiment of Greder-Allemand, in which he has served 19 years as much in that as in those of Dougan’s and Hamilton’s, seems by his certificate, is troubled by the main right of a fragment of grenade which he received at Gironne combined with his age puts him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

Received 20/4/1680

8 February 1681. Died at.

Jack Kennedy dit Saint Jack Irish, aged 40 years, soldier in the comp. of Danejan Regiment des guards in which he has a Jack 3 years ainsy ql. apert by the congé of his capt. dit avoir Jack auparavt. in the Regiment Royal anglois 4 années and 2 in des fournivaux cavalerie, a received a musket shot a the poitrine at the combat of St Denis  dont il n'est pas guerry, il is Catholic. and point married in

 

 

 

 

 

Died1st March 1697.

John Keuoüane known as “Little John” aged 60, Irish, corporal of Sr.Tronquoy, Regiment of Normandy, in which he has served 34 years, comme il by oist by his certificate, and dit avoir Jack apparently 12 years in O’Brien, his wounds combined with his age putting him out of service, Catholic.

8 October 1688. Il is re-entered service in the Company of S. of Chauson Regiment of Erlach.

7 January 1689 he returned..

 

 

 

 

Received 2/3/1703

Died 16 September 1713.

Michel Kilfoile aged 45 of Kings County, soldier of Sr. Baker, Regiment of Bourcke under Luttrell and the Queen of England, in which he says he has served for 14 years, and apparently 4 years in Ireland, is crippled of arm right of a musket shot which he received at the Siege of Castiglione combined with his other wounds putting him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

 

 

Received 11/5/1703

 

Edmond Kelly Irish, aged 37 years, of County Conock, soldier of Sr. St John, Regiment of Dillon, in which he has served 12 years, confirmed by his certificate, is fort troubled by costé right of a musket shot which he received à the affaire of Chiari , combined with his other wounds putting him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

Received 8/8/1704

Sent back. Given £8.

Hugô Kennedy known as St Louis aged 61 years, of County Low , soldier of Sr. Segraff, Irish regiment of Orrington, in which he has served 11 years, and apparently 4 years in Salix Suisse, confirmed by his certificate that he served 15 years, is fort troubled des Reings of a goutte Sciatique depuis two years which puts him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

 

 

Received 3/10/1704

Theodore Kelly, aged 34 years, of County Limerick, soldier of Sr. David Barry, Regiment of Clare under Talbot and Clare, in which he says he has served 15 years, is crippled of arm left of a coup of fauconneau which he received à the Cannonade of filingen 99109, Catholic.

In October 1719. Theodore Kelly, Irish, being of the Company of Sr. Lermuzeau ATD in garrison at the Havre of Grace ayant deserted of the Company the 11 August last, monsieur the Governor ayant eu avis by a letter du

 

 

 

 

Received 3/10/1704

 

Derby Kessy aged 68 of County Limerick, soldier of Sr. John Barry, Regiment of Clare under Talbot and Clare, in which he has à servi15 years, comme il by roist by his certificate, is crippled of a doigt of each hand – one from a sabre cut and the other from a rifle shot at the Battle of the Marsaglia , combined with two other cof rifles shots which he received to his head on the same occasion, and which he is fort troubled by a belly oppression of puts him out of service, Panetier of his mestier, Catholic.

 


 

Received 3/8/1714

Died29 September 1715

Joseph Kerklande aged 20 of Koulqueen. County Antrim, soldier of Sr. Plunkett, lieutenant colonel of Irish regiment O’Donnell, in which he says he has served for 4 years, has almost lost the Eyesight by des fluxions qui luy sont venues pendant the Siege of Fribourg, combined with which he is attacked by Scrofulous humours putting him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

 

 

Received 12/5/1702

30 January 1703, He gave up his place. Given £30 PSC and returned his certificates

Charles Kessy aged 48 of County Cork, cavalier of Sr. Heudicourt, Regiment Master of Camp General, in which he says he has served for 8 years and 9 mois, and apparently 5 years in the Regiment of McCarty more in Ireland, has lost his left eye and has the jaw on the same side brizée by a musket shot which he received at the Combat of Ste Croix near of Bruges combined with several other wounds puts him out of service, married in st Germain Laye. Painter by trade, Catholic

 

 

 

 

Received

1/12/1702

John Kelly de Clare, Irish, aged 35 years, of County Clare, Grenadier of Sr. Jack Dillon, Irish regiment of Dillon, in which he has served 10 years, borne out in his certificate, has had his left arm “cut” after sabre cut at Cremona. Catholic

 

 

 

 

 

 

Received unknown

William Kelly of Hodet, County Heath

Received 11/12/1727

Hugues Kelly of Farnach, County Roscommon

Received 25/9/1727

Richard Kimane, aged 80 years, of Lukane County Dublin /married

Received 18/12/1727

Patrick Kenny / Habilerhart County Dublin

Received 22/11/1736

Bernard Keyral of Sligo County Connaught

Received 2/12/1728

Daniel Kelly, Irish / Kilkay? near Leinster in Ireland

Received 2/12/1728

Michel Kenelly of Toulane County Tipperary

Received 16/11/1741

Derby Kennedy / Templemore County Tipperary

Received 20/3/1749

Terence Kennedy / of the town and county of Kilkenny

Received 12/10/1758

John Kelly / Irish / of Cavan

 

 

 

 

 

 

Received 20/2/1727

Died 23 December 1728

Adrian Edward Kennedy Irish, aged 27 years, of Arras originally from Ireland, lieutenant reformed a the suite of Regiment of Infantry Irish of Clare in which he has served 3 years in that quality, apparently 2 years of lieutenant in the premiere Brigade des officers reformed of same Regiment, and 3 years of Cadet in the d. Regiment of Clare, is out of etat of serving by his Egarements of Esprit, Received as officer by order from Mr. Blanc. Catholic

 

 

 

 

 

Received 6/4/1686

Died 1st March 1697

John Keuoüane or Kenoüane dit Petit John Aged 60 years, Irish of Nation, Caporal of S. of Tronquoy, Regiment of Normandy, in which he has served 34 years, comme il paroist by his certificate, and dit avoir Jack apparently 12 years in O’Brien, his wounds combined with his age putting him out of service, Catholic.

8 October 1688 he re-entered service in the Company of S. of Chauson Regiment of Erlach. He returned here on 7th January 1689.

 

 

 

 

Received 13/6/1697

 

Anthony Kennedy aged 25 years, of county Tipperary, Cadet of the colonel of regiment of Dublin, in which he has a Jack 10 years as much in France as in Ireland, has had the arm right “cut” after a musket shot which he received whilst in a detachment commanded by Monsieur the prince of Espinoy pour forcer a Passage à two Lieues of Heilbronn zzzz0 il y a trois years, all confirmed by his certificate, Catholic.

. the 8 August 1697. He gave up his place., Given L 15 PSC and returned his certificates.

 

 

 

 

Received 12/9/1726

John Killing of Downpatrick

Received 5/9/1726

John Karny of Droon near Drongal

Received 12/3/1761

Jack Kadure of Kark, capital of Ireland

 

 

Received 23rd May 1676

2 Sept. 1681. He gave up his place. and Given £15 provenance of a nommé Dubois qui avoit renounced the 15 October 1678 lequel is re-entered the 30 august 1681 by order from Monseigneur in restituant him of sum of £15

Denis Kennedy Irish of nation, aged 50 years, Sergeant in the company of Vallois captain. at the regiment OF Hamilton, in which he has served four years and of in which he has sort presently, is crippled from a musket shot which he a received a the thigh left à the Battle of Entzem which puts him, and his grand age, out of service, is bearer of leave paper of his colonel in date of 4 of pr. mois, Single. Catholic.

 

 

Received 6th June 1676

Sent back home 21 December. 1678 being totally cured and given £15.

John Kelly aged 33 soldier of Sr. Harbert Captaine. at the regiment of Hamilton in which he has served 3 years, is crippled of a musket shot which he received in the costé right the campagne dere. which puts him entierement out of service. is bearer of certificate of his capne. in date of 16 may 1676. Single. is of the religion pretendue reformed.

 

 

Received October 1676

27 July 1678 a Renounced moyennant 15 L Given avec his habit and two garnitures of linge qu'on luy a laissé

Matthew Kenney, Irish, aged 44, soldier of Liondy at the regiment of Douglas in which he has served in cette quality pendant 11 years, dit avoir Jack in depuis the Siege of Monmedy ne peut plus continuer his services pour avoir isé crippled à the left hand à the Battle of Zeintzeim comm'il appert by the leave paper of his capne. in date of 9 September last certified by Mr. of Luxembourg the 12 dudit mois, is bearer of certificate of Mr. Baz Intendant in date of 17 avec the route of the Intendant of Nancy. Single. Catholic.

 

 

Received 22/8/1676

Refused 22 August 1676. because he n'est pas of the quality require

Simon Kahal Irish of nation, age of 40 years soldier of Kelleher at the regiment of Ougan under of Hamilton in which he has served 3 years ne peut plus continuer his services as much pour isre crippled of the left hip ayant isé fouled aux feet des chevaux at the passage of Rhine the campagne last que by a hydropsy qui luy is survenue comm'il apert by the certificate of medecin of Toul 54828 in date of 23 July der. at the bas duquel is the passport of his Major pour aller recover his Santé and by après retourner audit regiment. in date of 24 audit mois, approve by M. the Comte of Pas, is married in his pays and is Catholic, is bearer of the route of M. of Miromenil in date of 5 of present.

 

 

Received 12/5/1763

Bernard Kelly / Konoth in Ireland

Received 24/9/1719

Theodore Keulleghan / Glanemoire county of Cork

 

 

Received 1727

Matthew Kelly of Harregray, County Meath

 

Received 1728

Patrick Kenney of Mangara, County Derry. Married in Strasbourg.

 

 

Received 22/9/1713

Died 18th March 1718.

Matthew Kennedy Irish, aged 42 years, of Cork in Ireland, Caporal of Sr. Callaghan, Berwick’s Regiment, under the dragons of king of England, in which he says he has served for 25 years, a eu the leg left coupée ensuite from a rifle shot which he received in a detachment in the Valée of St Pierre  in Piedmont the Campagne last, combined with which he à perdu the oeil left from a rifle shot which he received at the Siege of Vercelli.  and other wounds putting him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

 

 

 

Received 13/8/1716

Died 11th  January 1728 at Calais ATD.

Germain Kelly Irish, aged 65 years, of Christialno County Cork, soldier of Sr. Bourke, Regiment. Irish of Lee under Montcassel, in which he has served 25 years, confirmed by his certificate, is troubled des two thighs of two coups of halberd which he received at the Combat of Luzzara  combined with his other wounds putting him out of service, married in St Germain Laye. Catholic.

 

 

Received 18/6/1716

Died 17 December 1718

William Kinselagh Irish, aged 32 years, of Arclaw County Westford, Cavalier of Sr. Braughal Irish regiment of Nugent under Sheldon in which he has served 12 years confirmed by his certificate, is très troubled by a Ulcer at the palais qui the empeche of parler, combined with his weak Veuë, putting him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

 

 

 

Received 11/9/1732

William Kelly of Galway

Received 10/8/1730

Edward Simon Kimbel of Enniskillen County Fermanagh

Received 21/10/1723

Edmond Kelly Irish of Yvagh, aged 48 years, of Yvagh County Down soldier Company colonel general of Lee's Irish regiment. Married in Douai...

Received 25/11/1723

John Kennedy, aged 30 years, of Templemore County Tipperary, soldier of Sr. Magard