Received 15th March 1715 

Died 1st December 1718 at Sommieres Château ATD

Martin Lalesse aged 46 of Dublin of Sir Anthony, Berwick’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 24 years appears from his certificate, He is very troubled by his thigh and left leg as the result of two rifle shots at Lerida and Cassan; which along with his other troubles and infirmities makes him unfit to continue in service.

 

 

Received 30th July 1693 as cavalier

Died 12th February 1694

Jack Louis aged 32 of County Westford, dragoon in the Colonel of the Queen of England’s Regiment, in which he says he has served 4 years. His right thigh is crippled from a musket shot at Spire during the last campaign. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

 

Received 22nd March 1715

Died 21st September 1731 near Grasse ATD

Denis Lye aged 55 of Kildare, soldier of Sieur Farely Berwick’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 15 years confirmed by his certificate. He is very troubled by a breathing difficulty caused by a bomb fragment that broke two of his ribs at the Siege of Fribourg, which puts him out of service. He comes at present from a company of Invalids at Besançon, Catholic.

 

 

Received 5th April 1715

Nicolas Locke aged 58 of Dublin, cavalier of Sieur Francis Nugent’s Regiment Estranger of Nugent under Sheldon, in which he has served 23 years confirmed by his certificate. His weak vision and other infirmities put him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 16th August 1709

Died 22 October 1720 at Belleisle ATD  

Denis Lahan  aged 65 years of Villeneuve in Ireland, sergeant in the Sieur of Condon’s Grenadiers of Lee’s Regiment, in which he says he has served 4 years apparently a year and a half in Tananner’s, 3 years in the Royal des Vaisseaux, and 18 years in Orrington under the King of England’s Guards. His left arm is crippled having been broken by a sabre at the Combat near Audenarde. Married in Metz. Shoemaker by trade. Catholic.

 

 

Received 3rd December 1693

Sent back. Given £19. 15s.  

Mortagh Laury, aged 32 years of County Down, soldier of Sieur Bryan Magenis, Charlemont’s Regiment, in which he says he has served 9 years. His weakness of vision caused by several sabre cuts to his head at Spire puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 31st July 1705 as soldier

Thomas Long aged 47 of County Cork, Grenadier of Sieur Hacket, Orrington’s regiment under the King of England’s Guards, in which he has served 17 years confirmed by his certificate. His left leg is crippled from a cannon shot which he received at the Siege of Landau combined with other wounds puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 17th September 1706

Died 5th August 1718

Charles (de) Lee aged 76 of Arganle County Limerick, Captain reformation kept at the Suite of Regiment of Inf. of Lee under Montcassel, in which he has served 16 years in that quality, and apparently 20 years as lieutenant, lieutenant reformation and as cadet in Surbeck, Furstemberg and Hamilton. His wounds and troubles put him out of service, He bears an order from Monseigneur Chamillart to be received. Married in St Germain Laye. Catholic.

 

 

Received 4th February 1707

Died 22nd March 1752. at Ham being Captain of an Invalids Company  

Jack (de) Lee aged 25 years of Clounmell County Tipperary, Captain reformation at the Suite of Lee’s Regiment under Montcassel, in which he has served 12 years as much in that quality as of lieutenant, lieutenant reformation, ensign and cadet. His right thigh is crippled from of a rifle shot at the last Battle of Hochstädt, He bears an order from Monseigneur Chamillart to be received. Catholic.

 

 

Received 16th March 1708

Died 11th December 1729

Daniel Lee aged 50 of Sullanne, County Kerry, soldier in Colonel Orrington’s Regiment, in which he has served 19 years which is since the Irish troupes entered France, confirmed by his certificate, and says he served 6 years in Ireland. He is very troubled by nephritic colic since three years which along with his deafness puts him out of service. Married in St Germain Laye. Catholic.

 

 

Received 25th April 1710

Died 19 March 1741

Henry Lucas aged 66 Ormonthe, County Tipperary, sous lieutenant of Sieur Callahan Orrington’s regiment under the King of England’s Guards, in which he has served 19 years as much in that quality as lieutenant reformation and ensign, and apparently 3 years as lieutenant, cornette and sergeant in Lukan’s Cavalry Regiment. His weak vision and problems with his legs puts him out of service. He bears an order from Monseigneur Voysin to be received in case he fulfils the entry requirements. Catholic.

 

 

Received 5th June 1711

Died 3rd May 1742

Daniel Laugan aged 52 of Cavan, soldier of Sieur Arthur Lieutenant Colonel of Orrington’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 20 years confirmed by his certificate,. He is crippled from a rifle shot at the Battle of Malplaquet which along with his deafness puts him out of service. He comes at present from a Company of Invalids at Amiens. Tailor by trade. Catholic.

 

 

Received 12th June 1711

 

Hugo Laler aged 45 soldier of Sieur Butler, Orrington’s Irish Regiment under the King of England’s Guards, in which he has served for over 20 years confirmed by his certificate and says he served again for 4 years in Ireland. His left leg is crippled from a rifle shot at the Battle of Malplaquet and his right leg greatly troubles him due to another rifle shot received in the same battle which puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 13th May 1700

Re-entered service February 1705 in the Company Colonel of Lee’s Irish Regiment as reformation lieutenant .  

Jack Lee aged 19 years of County Waterford, cadet of the Colonel of Regiment of Clare, in which he has served 9 years confirmed by his certificate, He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Catholic.

 

 

Received 4th November 1700

Died 30th October 1711 at Le Havre ATD

John Laleür aged 52 of County Kilkenny, soldier of Sieur Patrick Plunket, Albemarle's Regiment under Dublin, Greder Allemand and Hamilton, in which he has served 24 years confirmed by his certificate. His weak vision puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 25th November 1700

Died 9th August 1707

Patrick (de) Long aged 60 of County Louth, sergeant of Sieur of Skiddy, lieutenant Colonel of Regiment of Clare under Greder Allemand, Furstemberg and Hamilton, in which he has served 29 years confirmed by his certificates. His troubles put him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 2nd December 1701

Died April 1714

Terlach Lavery aged 63 years of County Down, reformation lieutenant at the suite of Regiment of Infantry of Galmoy under Charlemont, in which he has served 11 years as much in that quality as of lieutenant in pied, and apparently 4 years in ? in quality of Captain Ireland. His troubles put him out of service. He bears an order from Monseigneur de Chamillart to be received in case he fulfils the entry requirements. Catholic.

 

 

Received 4July 1704

Died 9th May 1715

Theodore Lery aged 63 of County Aberdare, soldier of Sieur McDonough, Lee’s Regiment under Montcassel, in which he has served 15 years confirmed by his certificate, and apparently 3 years in Ireland. He has lost his left eye and is greatly troubled by of the other due to a fluxion that came to him at the Siege of Fort Kehl which along with his décente puts him out of service. Married in Ireland. Catholic.

 

 

 

Received 1st January 1693

Sent back. Given £16 for his journey.

Anthony Magdaneu Lemesny, aged 28 of County Cork, soldier of Sieur Barry, Montcassel’s Regiment in which he says he has served 4 years. He is greatly troubled by sciatic gout in his left thigh which puts him out of service Catholic

 

Received 20th March 1698 Died 24 October 1711 ATD in garrison at Arras Citadel  

Jack (de) Lohanty aged 30 years of County Wexford, soldier of Sieur O’Neill, Lee’s Regiment under Montcassel, in which he has served 12 years confirmed by his certificate. His right hand is crippled as the result of being struck with an esponton at the Siege of Reinsfeld. Catholic.

 

 

Received 8th May 1698

Died 25th August 1732 at Ardres ATD  

George Lucas aged 24 of Monaghan, soldier of Sieur McMahan, lieutenant colonel of Charlemont's  Regiment under O’Neill, in which he says he has served 10 years as much in France as in Ireland. His left leg is crippled from a musket shot which he received at the retrenchments of Spire two years ago. Catholic.

 

 

Received 29th May 1698 

Edmond Linchy aged 32 of County Meath, soldier of Sieur Dunellen, Queen of England’s Regiment in which he has served 12 years. He has had his right leg amputated after a musket shot at the Siege of Barcelona, All confirmed by his certificate. Catholic.

 

 

Received 18th September 1698

Died 4th November 1710 at Bergues ATD  

Laclen O’Brien aged 30 years of Dungannon, soldier of the Colonel of the Queen of England’s Regiment in which he says he has served 7 years and 4 in Ireland. He is completely blind as the result of his head being struck by a stone at the Siege of Barcelona. Catholic.

 

 

Received 2nd October 1698

Died 20th September 1700  

Edmond Laury aged 29 of County Down, soldier of Sieur Cujactz, Regiment of Albemarle, under the Irish Marines in which he says he has served 7 years and 3 years in  Macsuel's Dragoons. During the last six months he has become almost completely blind along with which he is greatly troubled by scrofula which puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 3rd September 1699

Died 22nd November 1718

John Lyndon aged 36 years of County Down, cadet of the Company Colonel of Regiment of Charlemont at present Galmoy in which he has served 14 years as much in France as in Ireland, confirmed by his certificate. He has lost his left eye and is greatly troubled by the other due to a fluxion that has came to him since about two years ago which along with his wounds puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 18th June 1693

Sent back. Given £24 for his journey..  

William Lery aged 21 of County Waterford, soldier of Sieur Mahoney, Regiment of Limerick, in which he says he has served 3 years. He is greatly troubled by sciatic gout inneterée in his hip and left thigh which puts him out of service Catholic

 

 

Received 15th July 1694

Sent back. Given £9.4s for his journey.

Jack Lestoush, aged 24 years of County Limerick, soldier of Sieur Hogan the cadet, Montcassel's Regiment, in which he says he has served for 8 years. He is greatly troubled by scrofula which puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

Received 4th July 1678

Gave up his place 13th October 1686. Given £15 for his journey. 

Raymond Lysagth Irish, aged 60 years soldier of Hamilton captain of the same regiment in which he says he has served 4 years and 3 apparently in McNamara’s. His wounds and his age put him out of service seems from the certificate of his captain given in Paris 4th June. Catholic.

 

 

Received 10th February 1702

Died 1st July 1704 at Ardres ATD

Patrick Lynch aged 38 of Galway, soldier of Sieur of Luttrell, Galmoy's Regiment , in which he says he has served 4 years apparently 9 years in Dublin, and 5 years in Ireland. He is greatly troubled by a musket shot which he received through his body at Château Neustadt in Germany during the campaign of 1697(seems from his certificates). Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

 

Received 7th July 1702

Died 4th July 1711

Edward Laudard aged 68 of County Meath, guard of the King of England’s Corps presently reformed in Berwick’s Infantry Regiment in which he has served as much in the said regiment as in the guards for 14 years and apparently 10 as lieutenant in Forbouche's  Regiment in Ireland, and 8 years as lieutenant in Kingston of Cavalry also in Ireland. He is troubled by his right arm due to a musket shot which he received at Chiari: which along with his infirmities puts him out of service. He is included in the same order from Monseigneur Chamillart to be received. Married in Ireland. Catholic.

 

 

Received 11th May 1703

Died 9th April 1711

Laclin Lacteken aged 35 of County Roscommon, soldier of Sieur of St John, Dillon’s Regiment in which he has served 13 years confirmed by his certificate. He has had his jaw broken and half of his tongue taken away by a musket shot at Cremona which along with a sabre cut to his head on the same occasion puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 20th July 1703

Denis Leyne aged 50 years of County Kerry, sergeant of Sieur Bermingham, Dillon’s Regiment under Greder Allemand, Furstemberg and Hamilton in which he has served 30 years confirmed by his certificate. His weak vision and wounds put him out of service. Catholic.

 


 

Received 17th August 1703

Died 1st November 1709

Richard Lalisse aged 40 of County Armagh, soldier of Sieur Routt at Orrington’s regiment under the King of England’s Guards, in which he says he has served 12 years. His right leg is crippled due to being broken by the wheel of a gun carriage that went over him at the Siege of Bruxelles. This wound has re-opened which along with his other wounds makes him unfit to continue his services. Catholic.

 

 

Received 17th October 1704

 

Terence Lienan aged 31 of County Meath, Grenadier of Sieur Kennedy, Lee’s Regiment under Greder Allemand, in which he says he has served 5 years apparently 2 years in Clare, and 7 years in Orrington and the King of England’s Guards. His left arm is crippled due to a sabre cut at the Siege of Kempten which along with his other wounds puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 7th April 1713

Died 29th January 1728 at Calais ATD  

William (de) Leine aged 60 of Kilkenny, soldier of Sieur O'Shaughnessy', Lieutenant Colonel of O’Brien’s Regiment, in which he has served 20 years confirmed by his certificate, and says he has served 6 years in Montcassel. His weak vision along with his wounds and troubles puts him out of service. He is one of a number of invalids received at Amiens. Married in Douai. Catholic.

2nd May 1720. whilst in the Company of Sieur Taizy ATD in garrison at the fort of Lescluse, having obtained a leave paper from his Captain for two months on 5th September last year and having failed to return to his Company at the due time ….

Pardoned 25th January 1722  by Mgr. Leblanc at the Counsel.

 

 

Received 14th April 1713

Died 28th August 1719

Cornelius Luossy known as” Lafortune” aged 48 years of Cork, sergeant in Sieur of the Roche’s Grenadiers, Regiment of Galmoy, in which he has served 20 years confirmed by his certificate. His left hand is crippled from a bayonet cut which he received at the Battle of Malplaquet which along with the total paralysis of his left side puts him out of service. He is one of a number of invalids received at Amiens. Catholic.

 

 

Received 25th May 1714

Died 6th January 1731.

Edmond Lonque aged 70 of Dungoüerne County Cork, soldier of Sieur of Lee, O’Brien’s Regiment under Clare, in which he has served 22 years confirmed by his certificate. He is troubled by rheumatism in his left thigh which along with his weak vision and other infirmities puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 25th March 1700

Retired 14th May 1700. Given £30 for his journey and his certificates were returned to him  

Cornelius Lomesny aged 64 of County Cork, soldier of Sieur Maghy, Dillon’s Regiment, under Greder Allemand, Furstemberg, and Hamilton, in which he has served 28 years confirmed by his certificate, He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Married in Paris, Catholic.

   

Received 7th April 1695 

 

John Laler aged 34 of County Louth, Cavalier of the Master of Camp of the King of England’s Regiment, in which he has served 3 and a half years: that is, since that Regiment arrived in France, confirmed by his certificate. He says he has served 6 and a half years in the same regiment in Ireland. His left arm is crippled from a pistol shot at the Combat of St Croix which along with other wounds and troubles puts him out of service. Catholic.


Received 10th August 1675 as soldier

John Lounan of Dublin, aged 20, soldier in Hamilton’s Regiment, McCarty’s Company, in which he has served five years. His right foot is wounded from a cannonball near Strasbourg which puts him out of service. He bears a note from Sr. Hamilton and a certificate from the surgeon at Nancy. Single. Catholic.

 

 

Received 20th June 1676

Given £15 to retire to Ireland.  

Jack Lye Irish, aged about 25, soldier of Young Hamilton, captain in the regiment of the same name in which he has served five years. His right hand is crippled by the scrofula (seems from the certificate from the doctor at Toul Hospital which he bears dated 19th May last and a passport from his Major with the same date. Single. Catholic..

Refused 20th June 1676 because he has insufficient service and is badly tainted with scrofula.

 

 

Received 16th January 1677 as soldier

Died 9th April 1679

Denis Lincy known as “St. Denis of Ireland”, aged 57,soldier of Sr. of Montigny Greslé at the Regiment des guards in which he has served for 17 years comme il apert by the certificate of Sr. of the Rapée dated 15th January 1677. He can no longer continue his services due to the troubles that have come upon him. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

 

Received 9th March 1714

Died 17 November 1723 at Bicester Kremlin  

John Ligue, known as St John” aged 42 of Cork, soldier of Sieur Dequemonty Berwick’s regiment in which he says he has served 23 years. His right should is crippled as the result of a rifle shot at the Siege of Benasque in Spain. He is one of a number of invalids received at Strasbourg. Catholic..

31st August 1723 he was taken to Bicester for one year for being incorrigible.


 

Received 27th February 1716 

 

Denis Leghie aged 56 years of Cork, soldier of Sieur of Rawleigh, Berwick’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 24 years confirmed by his certificate. He is very troubled by a complete décente of his left side which puts him out of service, Catholic.

1st July 1718. David Leghie Irish of the Company of Sieur Cordal ATD in garrison at the Citadel of Arras  gave up his place.... for having “gone with a rogue” having thrown his belongings at the company corporal ……

 

 

Received 18th June 1716

Died 22 November 1721

Laclin (de) Lainy aged 48  doran County Kilkenny, cavalier of the master of Camp of  Nugent’s Irish Regiment in which he has served 24 years (seems froms his certificate). He is troubled by a partial decente of his right side which along with a sabre cut to his left cheek at the Battle of Malplaquet and other wounds puts him out of service. Married in Le Havre. Draper by trade. Catholic.

 

 

Died 24th November 1723 at Salses ATD

Michael Lerry aged 60 of Clanekelty County Cork,corporal of Sieur of Mandeville, Lee’s Irish  regiment under Montcassel, in which he has served 28 years (seems from his certificate dated 23rd May last. His weak vision along with his wounds puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

Received 28th October 1734   Hugues Lavery Irish  
Received 25th November1734   Maurice Lalor Irish
Received unknown   Philip Leding of Miclestonne, County Cork
Received unknown Patrick Lavery of Ameÿrie County Down  
Received unknown Daniel Lery of Munster  
Received unknown Derby Lintz of Kilmorry County Cork  
Received unknown Owen Lawen of Sligo  
Received 20July 1721   Thomas Longue aged 55 of Ballihage, County Kerry  
Received 4th December 1727  William Laurence of Belmore County Galway  
Received 4th December 1727  Edmond Laller of Clumbeurq County Galway  
Received 4th December 1727  Edmond Lynch of the town and County of Galway  
Received 25April 1737   Nicolas Lemon of Knockroy
Received 22November 1736   Jack Lamy of Winnggerwann County Waterford
Received 5th October 1741   Homfroy Lery of Hinvelery County Cork
Received 16th November 1741   Robert Lee of the town and County of Limerick
Received 27th March 1749   Joseph Lamly of Rosse, County Wexford
Received 13th August 1719   Edmond Laicy of Enniskillen County Fermanagh
Received 2nd June 1757   Charles Laloy of Dublin
Received 13th June 1726   Thomas Lynch of Limerick
Received 12th September 1726   Humphry Lions of Kerry
Received 12th September 1726   Cornelius Linegan of Clare