Received 4th November 1707

Died16th July 1708

Thomas Macartane aged 58 of Killock, County Kildare, reformation lieutenant at the suite of Fitzgerald’s Regiment under Albemarle’s Infantry, in which he served 15 years as much in that quality as sub-lieutenant, and apparently 2 years as cadet in Hamilton’s. His right hand is crippled from a rifle shot at Luzzara. He bears an order from Mr. Chamillart to be received. Married in St Germain in Laye. Catholic.

 

 

 

 

Received 15th March 1715

Died 19th March 1715

Bernard Macarthy aged 65, of Meneüet? near Dublin, soldier of Sr. Kolly, Berwick’s Irish Regiment, under Montcassel and Navare, in which he has served 30 years, confirmed by his certificate. His troubles put him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 5th November 1693

Died 18 May 1694.

Bryan Macan aged 28 of Antrim, sergeant of Sr. O’Neill, Charlemont’s Irish Regiment in which he says he has served 2 years. His left shoulder is crippled from a musket shot at Spire. Catholic.

 

 

Received 7th August 1692

Died 6 December 1698.

Eugene Macarty aged 57 of the Province of Cork, Premier Brigadier of the English King’s Gendarmes Company commanded by Mr. Mimeure, in which he has served 25 years, confirmed by his certificate. His several wounds and troubles put him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 17th June 1707

Denis Macarty aged 31 of Mochrom, County Cork, soldier of Sr. O’Brien the Younger, Regiment of O’Brien under Clare, in which he has served 17 years, confirmed by his certificate. His right arm is crippled from a rifle shot at Ramillies which puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 12th August 1729

Died 21 December 1737

John Macanwel aged 61 of Killevy, County Armagh corporal of Sr. John Bourke Dillon’s Regiment leaving by incorporation of Galmoy’s Regiment under Charlemont in which he has served 39 years, mentioned in his certificate dated 25 November last. His wounds and troubles put him out of service. Married in Besançon. Catholic

 

 

 

 

 

Received 16th February 1696

17 February 1696: He gave up his place and was given £30 PSC and his certificates were returned to him

Denis Macaulife aged 23 of Cork, soldier of Sr. Macswguy, Limerick Regiment, in which he has served 4 years. His left leg is crippled from a musket shot at the Battle of Marsaglia. All confirmed by his certificate. Catholic

 

 

 

 

 

 

Received 2/3/1696

Sent back. He was given £15 PSC

 

Owen Macarty aged 51of Cork, soldier of the colonel of Limerick Regiment, in which he says he has served 5 years, apparently 7 in Ireland, and 3 in Hamilton. His grandes douleurs of kidneys, along with being greatly troubled by his belly due to a fall from high in a mountain whilst pursuing the Barbets in a party commanded by Sr. Sullivan in Piedmont, puts him out of service. Catholic

 

 

 

Received 22nd October 1693

Sent back. He was given £15.15s. PSC Returned his money since he was given £15.15s.

 

Thady Macarty aged 66 of County Cork, reformation lieutenant in the company of Sr. Barry, Irish Marines Regiment, in which he has served 3 years, and apparently 5 in Mouskry. He is greatly troubled by his left hip due to fall he had at Spire caused by a musket shot. This, along with his weak vision, puts him out of service. Catholic,

 

 

 

 

 

Received 1st December 1695

Died 6 April 175?.

 

Daniel McCarty aged 57 of County Cork, one of the English Gendarmes in the company commanded,by the Marquis of Mezieres, in which he has served 16 years, apparently 7 years as sergeant in Stouppe’s Regiment, 8 in Furstemberg’s, and 3 in Turenne’s. His certificate confirms that he has served the King for 32 years. His wounds and troubles put him out of service. Catholic,

 

 

Received 11th February 1700

Died 25 December 1728

 

Daniel Macarty de St John aged 31 of Cork, soldier of Sr. O’Hara, Dillon’s Regiment, in which he has served 10 years, confirmed by his certificate, He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received, Married in Paris. Weaver by trade. Catholic.

 

 

 

Received 11th November 1700

. ? since the 25 November 1700

 

John Macaire aged 52 of Moinony in Ireland, sergeant of Sr. Carroll, Dillon’s Regiment under Lee, Montcassel, Surbeck, Furstemberg, and Hamilton, in which he has served 30 years, confirmed in his certificate. His weak vision, wounds and other troubles put him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

 

Received 22nd August 1697

Died 23 October 1721

 

Neil Macanoulty aged 55 of County Monaghan, soldier of Sr. Douly, Lee’s Regiment, in which he has served 4 years, apparently 8 years in Lionnoise, 5 in Plessis Belliere, 2 in Monmouth, and 4 in Hamilton, all seems by his certificate. His déçente along with his wounds and other great troubles make him entirely incapable of continuing his services. Catholic.

 

 

Received unknown

Died 9 September 1713 at Fort Nieulay as captain ATD

Charles Macarty aged 31 of County Cork, lieutenant of Sr. Macarty’s Company, Limerick Regiment, in which he has served 7 years as much in that quality as of soldier, and apparently 3 years in Montcassel’s in Ireland. He has had his left leg “cut” after a cannon shot at the Siege of Valence. He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be admitted. Catholic.

 

 

 

Received 10th July 1698

Sent back. He was given £12 PSC.

 

Daniel Macarty aged 40 of Cork, sergeant of Sr. McCarty, lieutenant colonel of Athlone’s Regiment, in which he has served 10 years, confirmed in his certificate. His left arm is crippled from a musket shot which he received at the Siege of Valence which along with his weak vision and other wounds puts him out of service. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

 

Received 19th March 1678

Refused because he is not wounded.

 

Daniel McCarthy Irish, aged 38, soldier in the company of Sr. Callaghan, captain of Dongan’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served eight years, which is since he was crippled at the Siege of Fribourg by a musket shot to his arm and right leg by a cannon shot which makes him totally incapable of serving any more (stated in the certificate from his captain given at Sélestat on 26th December 1677. Catholic. Married in Ireland.

 

 

 

Received 11th November 1694

Sent back. He was given £15 PSC

 

Timothy McCarty aged of County Cork, reformation officer of Sr. McGrath’s Company, Irish Marines Regiment, in which he has served 6 years, confirmed by his certificate, and says he served 2 years in Lord McCarty’s in Flanders. His age, along with his weak vision and other troubles, puts him out of service, Married and has brought his wife to Lille. Catholic.

 

 

Received unknown

Died 18 February 1697

 

Daniel McCarthy, aged 55 years, of County Cork, one of the English Gendarmes commanded by the Marquis of Mezieres, in which he has served 30 years, and apparently 10 years in Lord Mouskry’s Regiment, confirmed by his certificate. He is greatly troubled by his left arm due to a sabre cut which he received at the Battle of Montcassel which along with other wounds and troubles puts him out of service. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

 

Received 2nd December 1694

 

 

Terence Macarten aged 30 of County of Armagh, soldier of Sr. McMahan, lieutenant colonel of Charlemont’s Regiment, in which he says he has served 3 years. He is greatly troubled by his hips and kidneys as the result of a fall due to a musket shot whilst demolishing the murains of Heidelberg. Catholic.

 

10 December 1718. Terence Macarten Irish of the Company of Sr. Chetue ATD in garrison having esté connaissance of faux donnage? was expelled from the hostel by the Counsel ? qui pour ce sujet fut tenu chez the lieutenant of the ville

 

 

Received 25th August 1702

Died13 October 1712

 

Denis McCarthy aged 66 of County Cork, reformation lieutenant at the suite of Bourke’s Regiment under Lutrell and Clancarty, in which he has served 11 years, and apparently 5 years in Ireland as lieutenant. His troubles put him out of service. He bears an order from Mr. Chamillart to be received. Married in Ireland. Catholic.

 

 

Received 4th July 1704

Died 3 December 1714

 

Theodore McCarty aged of County Clare, soldier of Sr. Colgrane, lieutenant colonel of Lee’s Regiment, under Montcassel, in which he says he has served 15 years, and apparently 9 years in Ireland. He has lost his left eye and is greatly troubled by the other due to a fluxion which came to him after a piece of wood fell on his head whilst in a trench at the Siege of Fort Kell which puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

17 October 1704 he was taken to Bicester for six months for having been found sleeping in sight of the Hostel with a girl of ill repute. He returned here on 22 April 1705

 

 

 

Received 20/6/1697

Died 23 October 1721

 

Neil Macanoulty aged 55 of County Monaghan, soldier of Sr. Douly, Lee’s Regiment, in which he has served 4 years, apparently 8 years in Lionnoise, 5 in Plessis Belliere, 2 in Monmouth, and 4 in Hamilton, (all seems from his certificate). His déçente along with his wounds and other great troubles make him entirely incapable of continuing his services. Catholic.

 

 

Received 27th July 1730

 

 

Jack McCarty aged 66 of Dublin, soldier of Sr. McCarty, Lee’s Irish Regiment in which he has served 36 years mentioned in his certificate dated 10 July 1730. He is very troubled by several wounds which he received at Malplaquet which put him out of service. Catholic

 

 

31 August 1732 Jack McCarty soldier of the Company of Sr. Meade ATD of the Citadel of Sisteron was crossed out as a deserter in the hotel registers having deserted the company the 28 July last without …

 

 

 

 

Received 8th October 1730

Died 8 March 1733

 

Matthew McCarty aged 58 of the town and County of Roscommon, soldier of Sr. MacElligot, Clare Regiment in which he has served 9 years, apparently 7 years in Roth’s, and 6 years in Galmoy’s, mentioned in his certificate dated 18th July last. His wounds along with a belly oppression put him out of service. Married in St Omer. Chapellier by trade. Catholic

 

 

Received 10th October 1754

Died 18 June 1764 at the hôtel royal d’Invalides

Charles Macarty aged 65 of Roscommon, sergeant in Dillon’s Irish Regiment, Fauning’s company, in which he has served 24 years of which 13 years as sergeant. Usé and Vue weak. Catholic.

 

Received 11th August 1757

 

Nicholas McCarty aged 54 of Metz originally from Ireland, soldier in Bulkeloy’s Irish Regiment, Fitzgerald’s company in which he has served 28 years. He complains of rheumatism. Catholic.

 

 

Received 8th March 1715

Sent back and he was given a new escu.

Peter Macabe aged 26 of Monaghan, soldier of the colonel of O’Donnell’s Irish Regiment in which he has served 12 years, (confirmed by his certificate). He is very troubled by scrofulous humour of the belly. He has also been wounded by a bomb fragment to his belly at Fribourg. These put him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 11th June 1716

Died 17 February 1718 at Havre Citadel ATD

Daniel McCabe aged 62 of Drahadé in Ireland, cavalier of Sr. Francis Nugent, Nugent’s Irish Regiment under Sheldon, in which he has served 25 years confirmed by his certificate. His troubles put him out of service. Married in Paris, Catholic.

 

 

Received 15th October 1716

19 November 1717 he drowned in the river whilst ATD at Somieres Chateau

Patrick Macardel aged 58 of Glasdromon, County Armagh, soldier of Sr. Murphy, Dillon’s Irish Regiment under Galmoy, in which he says he has served 24 years. His weak vision and other troubles put him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

Received 24th June 1717

Died 7 January 1723 at Aigues Mortes ATD

Bernard McCarthy aged 60 of Harslep, County Dublin, soldier in Sr. Ryan’s Company, Lee’s Irish Regiment, under Charlemont, in which he has served 25 years (seems from his certificate dated 6th June 1717. His troubles along with his wounds make him totally incapable of continuing his services. Glove maker by trade. Catholic.

 

 

 

 

Received 1st April 1707

Died 24 January 1715 at Valenciennes ATD

Darby Maccowy aged 63 of Linster, County Leetz?, sergeant of the company colonel of Orrington’s Regiment under the King of England’s Guards in which he has served 20 years in that capacity (confirmed by his certificates), and says he served another 8 years there as a soldier. He is greatly troubled by his vision due to a fluxion which came to him eight months ago which puts him out of service. Married in St Germain in Laye. Catholic.

 

 

Received 18th December 1698

Died 9 October 1710 at Montebourg being officier detached on the Normandy Coast.

Callaghan MacCarty aged 52 of County Cork, reformation lieutenant at the suite of Lee’s Irish Regiment under Montcassel, Furstemberg, and Hamilton, in which he has served 28 years as much in that capacity as sub-lieutenant and cadet. His weak vision along with his wounds and other troubles put him out of service. He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be admitted. Catholic.

 

 

Received 14th May 1678

9 April 1682 he asked to be able to retire to his own country. For this purpose, he was given £15 to faciltate his journey on condition that he gives up his place.

Denis Maccarty aged 60, Irish, under the English Gendarmes with 25 years of service. He has become incapable of continuing due to a musket shot to his right hip at Cassel which prevents him from mounting a horse (seems from the certificate of Cavalier d’Ocruoly, his sub-lieutenant, given at Montreuil on 8th December). Catholic. Single.

 

 

Received 23rd June 1702

Died 26 August 1719

Thady Maccarthy aged 63 of County Kerry, reformation lieutenant at the Suite of Lee’s Regiment under Montcassel’s, in which he has served 14 years as much in that capacity as lieutenant of foot, apparently 6 years as lieutenant in Barett’s in Ireland, and 5 years in France as ensign in the Duke of York’s Regiment. His wounds and troubles put him out of service. He bears an order from Mr. Chamillart to be received. Catholic.

 

 

Received 21st April 1713

Died 23 November 1720 at Ardres ATD.

Laclin Maccanlife aged 66 of Niumarket, County Cork, corporal of Sr. Bourke, Lee’s Regiment under Montcassel, in which he has served 24 years (confirmed by his certificate. His troubles put him out of service. Cobbler by trade. Catholic.

 

 

Received 26th April 1686

4 July 1686 gave up his place. He was given £15 PSC.

Eugene Maccauuly Irish, sergeant of Sr. Windich, Konigsmarck’s Regiment in which he says he has served 4 years as well as 4 in Furstemberg’s, 10 in Hamilton’s, 5 in the Royals, 8 in Douglas’s, 5 in O’Brien’s, and 3 in Mouskry’s. His certificates confirm that he has served the King for 30 years. Catholic.

 


 

Received 2nd April 1716

Charles MacCanly aged 55 of Charlemont in Ireland, corporal of the company colonel of Lee’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 26 years (seems from his certificate). He is very troubled by a henantoation along with

 

 

 

 

 

Received 1st April 1706

Died 12 January 1729 at home in Paris

Jack MacDanell aged 58 of Cromling near Dublin, soldier of Sr. Dassigny, Orrington’s Irish Regiment under the King of England’s Guards in which he says he has served 14 years, and 8 years in Ireland. He has had his right arm “cut” after a cannon shot at the last Battle of Hochstet. Married in St Germain in Laye. Catholic.

21 February 1708 he was expelled by order of Mr. Chamillart for having twice decouché without permission.

Since 21st October 1712 he has been admitted by order of Mr. having served four and a half years since which he has been dismissed from the hotel.

 

 

Received 26th March 1716

Died 22nd October 1738

Hugues MacDaniel aged 55 of Claque in Ireland, soldier of Sr. Magin, Lee’s Irish Regiment, under O’Donnell and Figarel, in which he has served 22 years)seems from his certificate. He is very troubled by a complete decente of two ribs which puts him out of service. Married in Cambrai. Catholic.

 

 

 

Received 18th December 1705

Arthur MacDanel aged 48 of County Monaghan, grenadier of Sr. Hacket, Orrington’s Regiment, under the King of England’s Guards, in which he has served 14 years,(confirmed by his certificate), and says that he also served 4 years in Ireland. His left arm is crippled from a rifle shot which he received at Orneberg, along with which he has lost his left eye and is greatly troubled by the other with a fluxion which he has had for four years. These problems put him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 7th September 1708

 

John Macdanell known as Belair aged 35 of Boulou in Catalogne, diocese of Perpignan, cavalier of Sr. Poytioudy, Rattzey’s Houssard’s Regiment in which he has served 2 years, apparently 2½ as lieutenant and sub-lieutenant in Lafeüillade of Infantry, 3 years as grenadier in Tournasis, and 14 years as soldier in Lee’s and Montcassel’s. One of his certificates confirms that has served 21 years. He has had his right thigh “cut” adter three rifle shots which he received whilst in a detachment that had been commanded to go and reconnoitre the Enemies aux environs of Fleurus the Campaigner last, along with several other wounds puts him out of service, and sort at present of a Company of Invalids qui is at Lille in Flanders, Married in St Peter the Moûtiers in Savoy, Catholic, originally from Ireland.

 

 

Received 28th September 1708

Died 31 December 1712 at Belleisle ATD

Theodore MacDonagh aged 70 of Sligo soldier of Sr. Bourke, Dillon’s Regiment, in which he says he has served 20 years and 4 years in Ireland. His left arm is crippled from a cannon shot which he received at the Siege of Rose along with which he is troubled by his right foot due to a pistol shot which he received in Cremona. These put him out of service. He comes at present from a Company of Invalids which was at Antibes. Married in Ireland. Catholic.

 

 

Received 29th March 1709

Died 11th April 1735

Farell MacDanach aged 53 of Cleunaugle, County Sligo, lieutenant in Sr. Bourke’s Company, Dillon’s Irish Infantry Regiment, in which he has served 19 years in that capacity, and apparently a year and a half in Ireland. His weak vision and other troubles put him out of service. He bears an order from Mr. Chamillart to be received. Married in St Germain in Laye. Catholic.

 


 

Received 2th March 1715

 

Edmond McDaniel aged 58 of Enniskillen, County Tyrone, soldier of Sr. Maguenis, Berwick’s Irish Regiment in which he has served 23 years, (seems from his certificate. His wounds and troubles put him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

Received 21st January 1700

27 August 1702 he deserted from Sr. Bellefontaine’s Company ATD in garrison at Montreuil Sur Mer and he has taken all the rifle reserves.

Jack MacDanell aged 60 of County Londonderry, soldier of Sr. fitzgerald, Clare’s Regiment under Greder, Furstemberg, and Hamilton, in which he has served 29 years (confirmed by his certificate). He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Catholic.

 

 

Received 4th February 1700

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

Terence McDermott aged 40 of County Roscommon, sergeant of Sr. Murray, Orrington’s Regiment under the King of England’s Guards, in which he has served 8 years, confirmed by his certificate, and says he served 5 years in Ireland. He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Married in Paris. Catholic

 

Received unknown

 

Dominique MacDonagh aged 40 of County Sligo, reformation officer in the company colonel of the King of England’s Guards Regiment, in which he has served 4 years, confirmed by his certificate, and says that he also served 7 years in Ireland. He had his right arm blown away by a cannon volley at the Ste Croix. Catholic.

 

 

Received 31st May 1696

Died April 1710 ATD

Hugues MacDonnell aged 30 County Harmonach, soldier of Sr. Roch, Charlemont’s Irish Regiment, in which he says he has served 4 years as well as 3 in Ireland. His right arm is crippled due to a musket shot during the last campaign whilst in a party commanded near Heidelberg. Tailor by trade. Catholic

 


 

Received 2nd October 1698

Died 6 June 1703 at the Royal Charleroi Hospital being absent with leave

Edmond MacDannell aged 25 of County Armagh, soldier of Sr. Murphy, Clancarty’s Regiment in which he says he has served 7 years as well as 3 years in Ireland. His left leg is crippled due to a musket shot at the Siege of Barcelona along with another musket shot to his left thigh at Embrun puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

 

Received 11th May 1703

4 April 1712 he re-entered service in the company colonel of the Castillan Infantry Regiment.

Alexander MacDonnell aged 24 years of County Ardmack, grenadier of Sr. Stapleton, Berwick’s Regiment under Athlone, in which he says he has served 9 years. His left foot is crippled due to a cannonball at Luzzara. Catholic.

 

 

Received 28th July 1702

 

Daniel MacDaniel aged 28 of County Galway, sergeant of Sr. Jack Dillon, Dillon’s Regiment, in which he has served 4 years as well as 7 years in Limerick (confirmed by his certificates). His right hand is crippled from a musket shot at Chiari. Catholic.

 

 

 

 

Received 28th July 1702

Died 15 July 1709 at Tournai ATD.

John MacDonagh aged 26 of County Cavan, sergeant of Sr. Edward Dillon’s Company, lieutenant colonel of Dillon’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 12 years (seems from his certificate). He has had his left leg “cut” after a cannon shot at Chiari which puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

 

 

 

Received 22nd February 1704

Died 2nd July 1718

 

Patrick MacDonnell aged 71of County Antrim, soldier of Sr. Heystre, Greder-Allemand’s Regiment in which he has served 6 years as well as 18 years in the King of England’s Guards Regiment as much in France as in Ireland (all confirmed by his certificate). His weak vision along with his wounds and other troubles make him totally incapable of continuing in service. Married in Ireland. Catholic.

 

 

 

Received 9th March 1714

 

 

Jack MacDaniel aged 36 of Kilkenny, soldier of Sr. Hayes, Orrington’s Irish Regiment, in which he says he has served 24 years. His right leg is crippled due to a bomb fragment at the Siege of Landau. He is one of a number of invalids received at Strasbourg. Married in Amiens. Glove maker by trade. Catholic.

 

 

12 November 1716. Jack Daniel of the company of Sr. Soisy ATD in garrison at Lentrevaux having obtained a leave paper for three months from his captain on 25th April last, the company being

 

 

Received 16th March 1714

Died 16 March 1726 at Joux Chateau ATD

 

John MacDermott aged 60 of Roscommon, soldier in Sr. Gilagh’s Company, Dillon’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 24 years, (seems from his certificate). He is very troubled by deafness along with which he has a considerable décente and other infirmities which put him out of service. He is one of a number of invalids received at Strasbourg. Catholic.

 

 

Received 3rd April 1705

Died 20th November 1727at Guise ATD

 

John MacDonnell aged 32 of County Londonderry, soldier of Sr. Cordé, Nice Regiment under Dalbart, Thoy and Lee, in which he says he has served 14 years. His right arm is crippled from a rifle shot at the last Battle of Hochstädt which along with his other wounds puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

 

 

 

Received 1st March 1715

Died 2nd January 1720 at Seyne ATD

 

Arthur MacDanell aged 67 of Halourth, County Wicklow, soldier of the colonel of Galmoy’s Irish Regiment in which he has served 23 years, (seems from his certificate). His wounds and troubles put him out of service. Catholic

 

 

 

Received 16th April 1716

Died 30 May 1716

 

Nicolas MacDanel aged 56 of Crommeling near Dublin, soldier of Sr. Lincoln, Lee’s Irish Regiment in which he has served 23 years (confirmed by his certificate) He is troubled by a belly oppression which puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

 

 

Received 3rd June 1700

18 October 1700. He gave up his place. He was given £30 PSC and his certificates were returned to him.

Maurice MacDonagh aged 33 of County Sligo, soldier of Sr. O’Hara, Dillon’s Regiment under Greder Allemand, Furstemberg and Hamilton, in which he has served 23 years, (stated in his certificate). He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Married in Paris. Catholic

 

 

 

 

Received 15th July 1679

7 April 1682 he voluntarily gave up his place. He was given £15 to enable him to go to Ireland.

 

Arthur Machanally Irish, aged 26 years, soldier in the comp. of Macnamara Regiment of Hamilton at present Furstemberg in which he has served for 4 years (seems from the leave paper of his colonel lieutenant). a eu the bras gauche “cut” apres que his mousquet luy eut creué in the main, in descendant the Guard at Nancy 54395, il is Catholiq. Single.

 

 

Received 17th November 1713

 

 

Eugene Machwiny, aged 40 of Mical or Nical in Ireland, soldier of Sr. MacDonagh, Dillon’s Regiment, in which he has served 20 years, confirmed by his certificate. He is very troubled by his left thigh due to a rifle shot at Luzzara which puts him out of service. He is one of a number of invalids received at Besançon. Catholic

 

Received 14th November 1710

Died 3 February 1719

 

Darby MacKenerny aged 61 of Limerick, soldier of Sr. Roth, lieutenant colonel of Orrington’s Regiment under the King of England’s Guards, in which he has served 22 years (20 of those in France), confirmed by his certificate. He has lost his left eye and is very troubled by the other due to a rifle shot which he received to his face at Malplaquet. This along with his other infirmities puts him out of service. Married in Ireland. Catholic.

 

 

Received 4th November 1712

Died 16 January 1736

 

Patrick MacKana aged 54 of Ardemagh, soldier of the colonel of Orrington’s Irish Regiment under the King of England’s Guards in which he has served 22 years, confirmed in his certificate and says he has served 2 years in O’Neill’s in Ireland, His left thigh is crippled due to a cannon shot at the Siege of Fort Kelle which puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

 

Received 4th February 1700

 

 

John Mackelan aged 40 of County Donegal, soldier of Sr. Magee, Dillon’s Regiment, in which he has served 10 years, confirmed in his certificate, and apparently says he has served 3 years in Ireland, He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Catholic.

 

 

Received 15th October 1699

Died 11th February 1707

 

Charles MacKelione aged 66 of County Cochandery, soldier of Sr. Butler, Clare’s Regiment under Greder and Hamilton, in which he has served 24 years, (confirmed by his certificate). He is greatly troubled by his right thigh due to a rifle shot at the Siege of Valence which puts him out of service. Catholic

 

 

Received 27th July 1714

Died 27 January 1715

 

Daniel MacKadan Irish, aged 34 of Tyrone, soldier of Sr. Barnwell, O’Donnell’s Regiment, in which he says he has served 24 years. His right knee is crippled by an enchylose along with his wounds puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 1st February 1715

Died 10 July 1729 at Chalon sur Saône ATD

 

Louis MacKana aged 48 of Dernemouck, County Monahan, captain of arms of Sr. Notthhelsfer, Greder Allemand’s Regiment under Orrington’s Irish and King Jack’s Guards in which he has served 29 years, (confirmed by his certificates). His wounds and troubles put him out of service. Married at le Quesnoy. Catholic.

 

 

Received 1st January 1715

Died 10th Juky 1719 at Besançon ATD

 

Noel MacKlein aged 50 of Londonderry, fourier of Sr. Schewartz, Regiment of Greder-Allemand under Orrington’s Irish,and the Guards of King Jack, in which he has served 24 years, seems from his certificate. He is very troubled by his left leg due to a rifle shot at the Siege of Mortague which puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 21st July 1729

 

 

John MacKaye aged 58 of Rey in Ireland, soldier of Sr. Barnwall, Berwick’s Irish Regiment in which he has served 23 years (confirmed by his certificate dated 8th July 1729). He is troubled by a belly oppression which puts him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

Received 28th March 1710

 

 

Andrew MacLode aged 42 of Tandregny, County Armagh, soldier of Sr. David Trent, Bourke’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 18 years, confirmed by his certificate. His left thigh is crippled from a rifle shot at the Siege of Morelia in Spain and another rifle shot to the same thigh at Cremona which puts him out of service. Tailor by trade. Catholic

 

 

 

Received 12th August 1707

 

Daniel Macmollin aged 25 of Glanené, County Antrim, soldier of the company colonel of Berwick’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 5 years (seems from his certificate). His right arm is crippled from a rifle shot at Cassano which puts him out of service. He bears an order from Mr. Chamillart to be received after being examind to check that he is in order. Catholic.

 

 

 

Received 15th November 1709

Died 3 August 1710 at Valenciennes ATD

 

Jack Macmary aged 60 of Cork, soldier of Sr. Barbarin, Agenois Regiment, in which he has served 11 years, and 14 years in Lee’s and Montcassel’s. His certificate confirms that he has served 25 years. His troubles put him out of service. Married in Ireland. Catholic.

 

 

Received 13th October 1695

Died 29th February 1715

 

Owen MacMahon aged 22 of County Monahan soldier of Sr. Cruce, Dublin’s Irish Regiment in which he says he has served 5 years. His right side is totally paralysed as the result of a rifle shot to his right shoulder at the start of the campaign whilst in a detachment near Philippsbourg. Catholic,

 

 

Received 10th June 1729

 

 

Patrick MacMahan aged 60 of Dundalk, County Louth, corporal of Sr. Weltz, Lee’s Irish Regiment under O’Donnell and Fitzgerald in which he has served 40 years (mentioned in his certificate dated 26 September 1728 His wounds and troubles puts him out of service. Married in Douai. Catholic.

 

 

30th June Patrick MacMahan of Dundalk soldier of Sr. Belin’s Company ATD was entered as a deserter in the registers having deserted the Company 15 March last without permission.

 

 

Received 31st July 1705

Sent back as he was neither crippled nor caduc.

 

Coll Macmahane aged 45 of County Monaghan, soldier of the colonel of Orrington’s Regiment, under the King of England’s Guards in which he has served 14 years (confirmed by his certificate,) and says he served another 3 years. He is greatly troubled by his right thigh due to a cannon shot at Augsbourg which puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 28th September 1708

Died 21 December 1720 at Calais ATD.

 

Patrick MacMahan aged 50 of Monahan, sergeant of the company colonel of Galmoy’s Irish Regiment under Charlemont, in which he has served 15 years (seems from by his certificate) and says that he also served 7 years in Ireland. His right arm is crippled from a rifle shot at Cassano which makes him totally incapable of continuing in service. He comes at present from a Company of Invalids which was at Antibes. Catholic.

 

 

Received 22nd April 1700

4 November 1700. He gave up his place. He was given £30 PSC and his certificates were returned to him

 

Arthur Macmahane aged 45 of County Monaghan, soldier of Sr. Maguye, Dillon’s Regiment, under Greder-Allemand and Hamilton, in which he has served 20 years, confirmed in his certificate. He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Catholic.

 

 

Received 17th June 1700

Died 7 June 1710

 

Jack Macmahan aged 70 of County Monahan, soldier of Sr. Macmahan, Albemarle’s Regiment under the Irish Marines and Dublin’s, in which he has served 11 years confirmed by his certificates, He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Catholic.

 

 

Received 23rd September 1700

 

Dorby Macmahon aged 36 of County Limerick, grenadier of Sr. Pacnussy, Clare’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 11 years, mentioned in his certificate. He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Catholic.

 

 

 

Received 6th March 1698

5 May 1698. He gave up his place, was given £30 PSC and his certificates were returned to him

 

John MacMahan aged 60 of County Lokarman, soldier of Sr. Kennedy, Lee’s Regiment under Montcassel, Greder-Allemand, Furstemberg, and Hamilton, in which he has served 27 years (seems from his certificate). His wounds along with being greatly troubled by his belly makes him totally incapable of continuing in service. Married in Ireland. Catholic.

 

 

Received 11th September 1698

14 August 1706. He deserted from the company of Sr. Robert captain ATD in garrison at Lisle Citadel. He took with him all the household’s rags.

 

Nicolas MacMahan aged 30 of County Monahan, soldier of Sr. Copinger, Galmoy’s Irish Regiment in which he says he has served 9 years as well as 6 in Ireland. His left foot is crippled by stone fragments as the result of a cannonball at the Siege of Barcelona. Catholic.

 

 

 

Received 8th April 1694

Sent back. He was given £15 PSC.

 

Derby Macmahan aged 70 of County Limerick, soldier of Sr. Fitzgerald, Dublin’s Regiment, in which he says he has served 2 years. He is greatly troubled by his right side due to a fall he had over a piece of wood which puts him out of service, Married in Ireland. Catholic.

 

 

Received 3rd August 1703

Died 18 August 1740

 

Edmond Macmanesse aged 45 of County Tyrone, sergeant of Sr. Murphy, Fitzgerald’s Regiment, under Albemarle, in which he has served 12 years, confirmed by his certificate. His right hand is crippled from a sabre cut which he received 8 years ago whilst seizing an enemy’s position at Viselock. This, along with several other wounds which he received as much in Ireland as at Luzzara, puts him out of service. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

15 March 1708 he was arrested in Paris for being disorderly and taken to Chastelet by order from Mr. Dargenson and then to Bicester.

 

 

 

Received 27th February 1716

Died 30 March 1725 at Le Havre ATD

 

Louis MacManes aged 60 of Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, soldier of Barry, Berwick’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 24 years (seems from by his certificate). His troubles put him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 9th July 1716

Died 18 August 1724

 

Louis MacMahan aged 60 of Drahadan in Ireland, soldier of Sr. O'Donoghue, Orrington’s Irish Regiment in which he has served 18 years (confirmed by his certificate) and says he has served 7 years in the King of England’s Dragoons at Foot. He is very troubled by his left shoulder due to a sabre cut at Marsaglia. This, along with an anal fistula, puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 26th January 1696

Died 17th November 1696

 

Denis McNamara aged 75 of County Clare, soldier of Sr. Power, Queen of England’s Regiment in which he has served 4 years, apparently 5 in O’Brien’s, 5 in Hamilton’s, 7 in Insiquoin’s 4 in Briston’s, and 3 in St Luc’s. His certificate confirms 46 years of service. His weak vision along with his wounds, his great age and his troubles puts him out of service. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

 

Received 19th February 1678

30th May 1678 he gave up his place and was given £15 PSC.

 

Matthew MacNamara of Smits, Ireland, aged 32, soldier of Sr Geraldin, captain at  Dongan’s Regiment, in which he says he has served for the last 5 years (confirmed by the certificate from his colonel dated today, 19 February 1678. He is out of service due to a musket shot to his left side and afterwards lost his sight at Strasbourg. Catholic. Married in England and is a gentleman.

 

 

Received 28th July 1702

Died 17 June 1726 at Arras ATD.

 

Felix MacNemie aged 35 of County of Ardemack, soldier of Sr. Bremichon, Galmoy’s Regiment under Charlemont, in which he says he has served 11 years. His left arm was blown off by a cannon volley at Chiari. Catholic.

 

 

 

Received 11th January 1676 and accepted.

11th January 1676 Wished to  retire to Ireland

 

Sidy MacNamara, Irish, aged 36 years, sergeant in the company of Sr. McNamara, captain in Hamilton’s Regiment , in which he has served since the creation of that regiment. His left arm is crippled from a sabre cut at Strasbourg. Single. Catholic..

 

 

Received 14th July 1729

Died 14 August 1744

 

Daniel Macnamy aged 50 of Roche, County Ardemagh, soldier of Sr. Geohegan, Berwick’s Irish Regiment in which he has served 15 years apparently 15 years in Galmoy’s Regiment (confirmed by his certificate dated 28th May 1729. His troubles put him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Received 21st January 1700

Died 2 September 1702

Cork Maconne aged 76 of County Kerick, corporal of Sr. Jack Barry, Clare’s Regiment in which he has served 10 years, confirmed by his certificate. He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Married in Ireland. Catholic

 

 

Received 15th May 1698

 

 

Patrick Macone aged 32 of County Lawe, soldier of Sr. Cusacque, Athlone’s Regiment in which he says he has served 6 years. His right arm is crippled from a rifle shot which he received whilst in a detachment commanded near Strasbourg. Married in St Germain in Laye. Weaver by trade. Catholic.

 

20 January 1727  ATD at Salses his name was crossed out of the hostel’s registers having deserted 22 April 1726 last and no news of him since then.

 

 

Received 24th November 1702

Died 10 May 1724 at St Malo ATD

 

Felix MacOwen aged 32 of County Wicklow, soldier of Sr. Kilmallock, Bourke’s Regiment under the Queen of England, in which he has served 12 years (confirmed by his certificate). His left arm is crippled from a musket shot at Cremona.Catholic.

 

 

Received 21st April 1695

22 April 1695. He gave up his place to return to Ireland. He was given £15 PSC and his certificates were returned to him

 

Robert Macodagne aged 58 of Armagh, sergeant of Sr. Niélan, Talbot’s Regiment under Lee, in which he has served 4 years, apparently 3 in Montcassel’s, 9 in Furstemberg’s, and 8 in Conismarck’s and Hamilton’s. His certificate states that he has  served 24 years. He is greatly troubled by a musket shot which he received below his right ear at Marsaglia, along with another musket shot to his left shoulder at the Battle of St François. These and several other wounds put him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

 

 

Received 22nd March 1715

Died 25 April 1733

John Macquy aged 45 of Abiwoüede, County Limerick, sergeant of the colonel of Berwick’s Irish Regiment, on which he has served 24 years (seems from in his certificate). His left foot is crippled which he has had demis by a carriage of cannon at Cassano, which along with kidney troubles puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 13th March 1692

 

 

Artus Macquenis aged 24 of County Down, soldier of the colonel of Carra’s Irish Regiment in which he says he has served 4 years’ His right shoulder is crippled due to a musket shot at the Battle of Achrum in Ireland. Catholic.

 

11 March 1696 he deserted from a detachement at Bapaume.

 

28 August 1706 pardonnd by the  King’s own mouth.

 

15 March 1708 arrested in Paris for being disorderly and put in the Chastelet by order pf Mr. Dargenson and then taken to Bicseter.

 

11 July 1709 returned here.

 

29 January 1718 he deserted  the hostel whilst estant aux arrêts. He took nothing but il y a 4 ou 5 years which he avoit lost his his chamber pot of étain appartenant at the hôtel.

 

6 July 1722, having deserted the hostel for a third time, his name was crossed out in the registers

 

 

Received 28th September 1708

Died 29 February 1724 at Fort Nieullay ATD.

 

Philip Macquenenny aged 40 of Monahan, soldier of Sr. Macsuel, Berwick’s Regiment, in which he says he has served 8 years as well as 4 years in the Royal Artillery, and 7 years in Limerick’s. He has had his left arm “cut” after a rifle shot at Cassano. He comes at present from an Invalids Company which was at Antibes. Catholic.

 

 

 

 

Received 18/4/1676

 

Hugues Macquetin know as “The Cross” aged 40, of Royaume of Ireland, soldier in the company of Sr. Lismore’s company,  captain of the Guards Regiment in which he has served 7 years from which he comes at present. Married in Paris.

 

 

Received 19th May 1718

Died 7 December 1722

 

Edmond MacGuire aged 50 of Glagston near Mollingare, cavalier of Sr. Coghlen, Nugent’s Regiment under Sheldon in which he has served 18 years (confirmed by his certificate dated 4th May 1718). He is very troubled by a universal Rheumatism sur the body along with which he is attacked of mal caduc and two sabre cuts to his head at Spire puts him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

 

 

Received 18th June 1693

 

 

Eugene Macsuinye aged of County Cork, soldier of Sr. Macauliff, Clancarty’s Regiment in which he says he has served 2 years. His right foot is crippled due to a musket shot at Embrun. Catholic.

 

 

 

 

Received 10th December 1706

Died 20 June 1724

 

Patrick Melane known as “St Anthony” aged 37 of Armatt, Ireland, soldier of Sr. Dumont, Brie’s Regiment, in which he says he has served 8 years, as well 8 years in Charlemont’s. His left hip is crippled having been démise by a coup of an affut of cannon qui se creva at the Siege of Nice which puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 30th July 1706

 

 

Edmond Meagher aged 50 of Cassel, County Tipperary, reformation lieutenant at the suite of Lee’s Irish Regiment under Montcassel, in which he has served 26 years as much in that quality as lieutenant, sub-lieutenant and cadet, and apparently 2 years in Ireland. He is troubled by both arms with a type of paralysis which puts him out of service. He bears an order from Mr. Chamillart to be received. Catholic.

 

 

 

Received 16th November 1708

Died 23 June 1725 at Sisteron ATD.

 

Richard Meuleune aged 65 of Schlene, County Meath, cavalier of Sr. Braghal, Nugent’s Irish Regiment under Sheldon, in which he has served 20 years confirmed by his certificate. His kidney douleurs along with his weak vision puts him out of service. Brasseur of Bierre by trade. Catholic.

 

 

Received 18th February 1700

Died 10 March 1712

 

Nicolas Meledy aged 49 years of Dublin, soldier of Sr. Barnwell, Dublin’s Regiment, in which he says he has served 9 years,as well as 5 in Ireland. He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Catholic

 

 

Received 16th June 1695

 

 

Meylich Forguerty aged 60 years, of County Tipperary, sergeant of Sr. Molreane, Lee’s Regiment under Montcassel, in which he says he has served 8 years, apparently 6 in the French Guards, a year in Schomberg’s, and 20 years in Mouskry’s. His wounds and troubles put him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

 

 

Received unknown

Died 23 October 1719

 

Richard Meara aged 54 of County Tipperary, soldier of the colonel of Dillon’s Regiment under Greder, Furstemberg and Hamilton, in which he has served 26 years, confirmed by his certificates. He is greatly troubled by several wounds along with aux douleurs which he ressent in the thighs puts him out of service. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

 

Received 3th September 1694

Died 21 January 1715 at Montreuil sur Mer ATD

 

Darby Mesny aged 30 of Londonderry, soldier of Sr. Lutrell, Charlemont’s Irish Regiment in which he says he has served 3 years, as well as 6 in Ireland. He has had his left hand “cut” after of a cannon shot at the Siege of Heidelberg. Catholic.

 

 

Received 20th April 1703

Died 24 May 1736. at Sisteron ATD.

 

Thomas Meade aged 31 of Kilmalock, Ireland, reformation lieutenant at the suite of Galmoy’s Infantry Regiment under the Queen of England’s, in which he has served 12 years as much in that quality as cornette, and apparently 2 years in Ireland. His right thigh is crippled due to a cannon shot at Chiari. He bears an order from Mr. Chamillart to be received. Catholic.

 

 

 

Received 25th July 1704

Died 31 March 1709

 

Miles Swiny aged 60 of County Cork, sergeant of Sr. Geoghegan, Berwick’s Regiment under Athlone, in which he says he has served 12 ½ years plus 4 years in Ireland. His weak vision along with his wounds puts him out of service. Married in Ireland. Catholic.

 

 

Received 3rd October 1704

Died 30 April 1739

 

Richard Melkanne aged 36 of County Waterford, soldier of Sr. O’Brien, Clare’s Regiment under Talbot and Clare, in which he has served15 years, confirmed by his certificate. His right shoulder is crippled due to a coup of fauconneau at Friedlinguen. Catholic.

 

 

 

 

Received 8th March 1715

Died 22 April 1737

 

George Meade aged 48 of Cahahorly near Limerick, sub-lieutenant of the Company of Sr. Muller, Sobre’s Infantry Regiment, in which he has served 4 years as much in that quality as of cadet, apparently 7 years as cadet in O’Brien’s Irish Regiment  and 5 years in Clancarty’s, and 3 years in Ireland as ensign. He is very troubled by his right leg due to a rifle shot at the Siege of Bouchain which along with his other wounds and troubles puts him out of service. He bears an order from Mr. the Chancelier to be received in case he fulfils the entry requirements. Catholic.

 

 

 

 

Received 18th February 1700

 

Edmond Minoge aged 55 of County Kilkenny, soldier of Sr. Plunkett, Albemarle’s Regiment under Dublin, Greder and Hamilton, in which he has served 24 years, confirmed by his certificate. He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Married in Paris. Butcher by trade. Catholic

 

4 March 1706 he re-entered service in the Company of Pierre du Motte, Noailles Infantry Regiment

 

24 October 1710 he re-entered the hostel

 

22 November 1718 whilst in the company of Sr. Desvoisin ATD in garrison at Guise Chateau, having deserted Mr. the Gouverneu.r a bien voulu luy donner repy c'est pourquoy il a esté denonzé deserter.

 

 

 

Received 18th October 1759

 

Denis Mihane aged 64 years, of Clare Province of Mominie, Ireland, soldier at the Clare’s Irish Regiment, company of Bernard O'Brien in which he has served 24 years. attaqué of the belly and of a Rhumatisme a the suit

 

 

Received 16th Janury 1716

Died 9 August 1718.

 

John Mihigan aged 64 of Caterlough, Ireland, soldier of Sr. Rawleigh, Berwick’s Irish Regiment , in which he has served 23 years, confirmed in his certificate, and says he has served 5 years in Ireland. He is troubled by a belly oppression which along with his wounds and other infirmities puts him out of service. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

 

 

Received 27th May 1694

Sent back. He was given £18 PSC.

 

Roger Moure aged 60 of County Kilkenny, soldier of Sr. McCarty, Montcassel’s Regiment, in which he has served 8 years, confirmed by his certificate. He can no longer continue his services as he has become paralysed since the ceinture in bas. Catholic.

 

 

 

Received 1th August 1694

Died 5 February 1709

 

William Morisse known as “The Couture”, aged 50 of Cassel in Ireland, cavalier of Sr. Coxe, King of England’s Royal Irish Cavalry Regiment, in which he says he has served 5 years. He is greatly troubled by his left leg due to a rifle shot which he received last year  whilst escorting a munitions convoy in Germany. This, along with other wounds, and que the fondement luy sort, and his weak vision puts him out of service. Married and has brought his wife to Paris. Tailor by trade. Catholic.

 

 

Received 15th January 1693

 

Maurice Molonie aged 20 of County Waterford, soldier of Sr. Mckarty, Athlone’s Regimentf, in which he says he has served 6 years. His right hip is crippled by sciatic gout which developed after a wound which he received in service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 4th February 1723

Died 16 February 1723

 

Bernard Morphy aged 55 of LocKernn, County Armagh, reformation lieutenant of the Second Officers Brigade, reformed of Clare’s Irish Regiment  in garrison at Bethune, in which he has served 5 years, apparently 6 years as reformation lieutenant and as lieutenant in O’Donnell’s Irish Regiment and 14 years as lieutenant, sergeant and soldier in Orrington’s Regiment under O’Brien. He is troubled by several wounds which he received on different occasions along with which he has the esprit aliéné which puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

 

 

Received 10th September 1693

Sent back. He was given £11.10s. PSC.

 

Cornelius Moreane aged 30 of County Abredan, soldier of Sr. Tahantsa, Clare’s Regiment, in which he says he has served 3 years, as well as 4 in Ireland. He is greatly troubled by scrofula which puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 8th April 1694

Sent back. He was given £15 PSC.

 

Terence Moulrony aged 66 of County Kerly, soldier of Sr. Douly, Montcassel’s Regiment in which he says he has served 4 years. He is greatly troubled by sciatic gout Sciatique in his left side which prevents him from walking provenant of coups of crosse of mousquet which he received at the Siege of Reinsfeld. Married in Ireland. Catholic.

 

 

Received 4th September 1705

Died 12th February 1712

 

Felix Moloy aged 64 of Offaly, sergeant of Sr. fitzgerald,  Clare’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 7 years, apparently 3 mois in the Royal of Cravattes, 5 years in Athlone, and 5 years in Greder Allemand, Furstenberg and Hamilton il is porté in the un of his certificates which he at served 30 years, his wounds and troubles puts him out of service, Catholic,

 

 

Received 18/9/1705

Died 17 April 1727

 

Guillaume Moore Irish, aged 53 years, of Laois, Guard of Corps of King of England Reformation at the suite of Regiment of Infantry of Barwick, in which he has served 16 years qui is since que the troupes Irishes ont passé in France confirmed by his certificate, apparently at served 5 years of lieutenant of infantry and as brigadier in the Guards of Corps of King of England in Ireland, and 2 years as cadet in Hamilton and fort troubled by a tremblement of tout the corps causé by several wounds which puts him out of estat of the continuer, He bears an order from Mr. Chamillart to be received, Married in Ireland. Catholic,

 

 

Received 31/12/1706

Died 1st October 1714 at St Malo

 

Henry Morgan dit Lafortune, aged 71 years, of Donnguernan in Ireland, corporal of the Company of Sr. Hoüel Regiment of Guards françoises, in which he has served 32 years confirmed by his certificate, and apparently 5 years in the Regiment of Hamilton, is crippled of a doigt of the main droite by his fusil qui creva entre his mains at the Battle of St François along with his other wounds and troubles puts him out of service, Married in Paris, Catholic.

 

 

Received 20/3/1708

 

 

Fiacre Morphy dit St Fiacre, aged 45 years, of Rochefort in Ireland, Dragoon of Sr. Chevalier of Bresseillac, Regiment of Rohan, under St Hermine, in which he has served 8 years, apparently 4 years in the Dragoons of the Queen of England, and 4 years in the Regiment of Infantry of Clare. Il is porté in the un of his certificates which he at served 16 years, is crippled of the main gauche by his fusil qui se creva entre his mains at the last Battle of Hochstädt. Married in Morlaix 29151 in basse Bretagne, Catholic.

 

Sent back. having deux years which he is out of service he was given thirteen sols PSC having demandé a se rentrer avec his famille.

 

 

Received 12/1/1696

Died 22 May 1730 at Mézières ATD

 

Robert Moure of County Limerick, soldier of Sr. Gibbon, Regiment of Clancarty, in which he says he has served 5 years, and apparently 5 in Ireland, is crippled of the jambe droite of a rifle shot which he received estant in detachment sorty of Villars pour aller aprés the Barbets qui emmenoient of mulets, Catholic

 

 

Received 8/3/1696

Died 21 January 1715

 

Germain Morphy aged 54 of Cork, soldier of Sr. Mannery lieutenant Colonnel of Dillon’s Regiment, in which he has served 6 years, apparently 4 in Greder Allemand, 10 in Furstemberg, and 3 in Hamilton, Il is porté by his certificate which he at served 21 years, is fort troubled by a decente of deux costés along with his wounds puts him out of service, Married in Ireland, Catholic.

 

 

Received 8/3/1696

Died 8 April 1756 at home at Gros Caillou

 

Daniel Morphy,aged 28 years, of County the Harmanauq, soldier of Sr. Reilly, Regiment of Dublin, in which he says he has served 5 years, and apparently 7 in Ireland, is crippled of the jambe droite of a rifle shot which he received at Spire which puts him out of service, Catholic

 

 

Received 8/3/1696

Died 10 January 1697

 

John Mulloy aged 29 of County Mayo, soldier of Sr. Barneval, Regiment of Dublin, in which he says he has served 5 years, and 5 in Ireland, is crippled of kidneys due to a fall which he fit sur the glace in passant the Rhine last Winter which puts him out of service. Cobbler by trade.Catholic

 

 

Received 13th May 1700

14th May 1700 gave up his place, he was given £30 PSC and his certificates were returned to him.

 

Jack Moris Irish, aged 46 years, of Balliboy in Ireland, sergeant of Sr. Ohara, Dillon’s Regiment, in which he has served 10 years, mentionnez in his certificate, and apparently says he has served 16 years in Furstemberg and Hamilton, He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received, Married in Paris, Catholic

 

 

Received 27/5/1700

 

 

John Moultyuer aged 60 of Londonderry, soldier of Sr. Francis Barry, Regiment of Clare, in which he has served 10 years, apparently 5 in Surbeck, and 15 in Hamilton, All confirmed in his certificate, He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Married in Ireland. Catholic.

 

 

Received 22/7/1700

Died 14 April 1709

 

Owen Morphy known as Luxembourg, aged 44 years, of Limerick, soldier of Sr. Carroll, Regiment of Clare under Greder Allemand, in which he has served 16 years, confirmed in his certificate, is included in the same order. Tailor by trade. Catholic.

 

 

Received 21/10/1700

Died 16 February 1711

 

Thomas Morphy Irish, aged 60 years, of County the Reine, sergeant of Sr. Morphy, Regiment of Albemarle under the Marine, in which he has served 2 years and apparently 27 years in Clare, Greder Allemand, Furstemberg and Hamilton, the tout confirmed bynt his certificates, his troubles puts him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

Received 21/1/1717

Died4 May 1729 at Mariembourg ATD

 

Denis Moulrony aged 60 of Emeleck County Tipperary, soldier of Sr. Chevalier of Colgrane, Irish Lee’s Regiment under Montcassel, in which he has served 27 years, confirmed by his certificate, his wounds and troubles puts him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

Received 16/6/1695

 

 

Theodore Moiny aged 25 of County Limerick, soldier of Sr. Molreane, Lee’s Regiment under Montcassel, in which he says he has served 8 years, at eu the main gauche “cut” after by a musket shot which he received at Zwingengerg. Catholic.

 

 

Received 20/3/1698

26 May 1698 He gave up his place. he was given £30L. PSC and his certificates were returned to him.

 

Guillaume Moran Irish, aged 42 years, of County Leutrim, sergeant of Sr. Deurlouë, Regiment of Clancarty, in which he has served 6 years, and apparently 7 in Ireland of lieutenant, of Enseigne, sergeant, and of soldier, is crippled of the Thigh gauche by a musket shot which he received at the Siege of Valence, the tout confirmed by his certificate, Catholic.

 

 

Received 6/3/1698

24 March 1712. Died at at Arras  ATD.

 

John Morphy Irish, aged 40 years, of Limerick, soldier of Sr. Muledy, Irish Regiment of the Marine, in which he has served 6 years, confirmed by his certificate, and apparently 4 years in Ireland, is crippled of bras droit of a paralisie along with his wounds puts him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

Received 13/11/1698

Died 19 April 1725

 

Thomas Mollony Irish, aged 22 years, of County Cork, soldier of the Comp. of Sr. Condon, Lee’s Regiment, under Montcassel’s, in which he has served 7 years, seems from his certificate, at eu the gros doigt of pied droit “cut” after by a musket shot which he received at the Siege of Ath which puts him entierement out of estat of in pouvoir continuer his services, Catholic

 

 

Received 25/1/1704

 

 

Richard Molloy Irish, aged 63 years, of Offaly, Cavalier of Sr. the Roquete of Ste Croix?, Regiment of Cavallerie of Sheldon Irish, in which he says he has served 7 years, apparently 5 years of Officier Reformation in the Regiment of Cavallerie of the Reyne of England, and 4 years of Cornette in celuy of Lutrell in Ireland, his troubles puts him out of service, He bears an order from Mr. Chamillart to be received, Catholic.

 

 

Received 2/12/1694

18 April 1695. Il is Died

 

Denis Mourony Irish, aged 32 years, of County Cork, soldier of Sr. Bron, Regiment of Montcassel, in which he says he has served 5 years, is crippled of the espaule droite by a musket shot which he received at the Siege of Montmeillan 73171, along with a gonnorée incurable puts him out of service, Armouere by trade. Catholic.

 

 

Received 1/6/1703

30 August 1706. Il is Died at at the Citadel of Lille estant ATD.

 

Antoine Morphy aged 40 of County of Ardemath, soldier of Sr. Faye, Regiment of Galmoy under Charlemont, in which he has served 15 years, confirmed by his certificate, is crippled of bras droit by a musket shot which he received at the combat of Luzzara. Catholic.

 

 

 

 

 Received unknown

Died 8 October 1696

 

Martin Mongon dit St Martin Irish, aged 67 years, soldier of Sr. of Maumont Sugd. Regiment in which he has served 19 years porté by his certificate, il a received a coup of mousquet at the head dont il a esté trepané, is Married in Paris and catholic.

 

 

Received 29/12/1702

28 September 1731. Il is Died

 

Theolbald Molloy aged 58 of Dublin, reformation lieutenant at the suite of Regiment of Albemarle of Infantry, in which he has served 4 years, apparently 8 years as lieutenant in the Irish Regiment of the Marine, 10 years in Ireland of captain, of lieutenant of ayde major, 4 years as cavalier in Poinsegu, and 9 years as cavalier in Monmouth’s., his wounds along with which he is fort troubled by a tremblement of tout the Corps puts him out of service, He bears an order from Mr. Chamillart to be received, Married in Paris, Catholic.

 

 

Received 10/10/1704

Died 26 July 1723

 

Jack Morrissy aged 46 of County Tuperrary, Cavalier of Sr. Desroches, Regiment of Sheldon, in which he says he has served 14 years, and apparently 4 years in Ireland, is fort troubled by bras gauche of a sabre cut which he received at the affaire of Borgoforte near Mantoüe, He bears an order from Mr. of Chamillart to be received jusqua guerison seulement, Catholic.

 

. Since the 20 February. Il is received pour toujours.

 

13 April 1706. Il is re-entered at the service in the Company colonel of Regiment of Noailles.

 

. Since the 23 July 1706. Il is retourné having a new wound, and was received.

 

 

Received 24/7/1705

 

 

Roiry Morand aged 43 of County Dublin, soldier of Sr. Roureck, Lee’s Regiment, in which he has served 15 years, confirmed by his certificate, and apparently dit y avoir encore served 5 years, àeu the bras gauche “cut” after a rifle shot at the last Battle of Hogstet. Married in Paris, Catholic.

 

 

Received 9/3/1714

 

 

John Molony Irish, aged 60 years, of Hackmack in Ireland, soldier of Sr. Mackdenogh, Irish Dillon’s Regiment, in which he has served 20 years, confirmed in his certificate, is crippled of the main droit of a rifle shot which he received at the Siege of Landau by a musket shot, along with his other wounds puts him out of service, il is of nombre of Invalides receivedx at Strasbourg, Catholic.

 

 

Received 28/7/1702

Died 26 February 1731 at  Socoa ATD

 

Germain Morry aged 30 years of Offaly, sergeant of Sr. Carolle, lieutenant colonel of Regiment of Berwick, in which he says he has served 14 years, à eu the jambe gauche emportée by a volley of cannon at Chiari. Catholic.

 

 

 

Received 1/9/1720

Died 23 May 1727

 

William Morphy aged 55 of the town and County of Cork, Drum Major of the colonel of Regiment Irish of Lee, under Montcassel in which he has served 33 years, confirmed by his certificat dated 12 July last, his weak belly and other troubles put him out of service, Married in Béthune. Catholic.

 

 

Received 10/10/1754

2 May 1755 Died at aux Invalides

 

Jack Moriarty, Irish, aged 61 years, of Kerry, sergeant at the irish Dillon’s Regiment, in which he has served 40 years, dont 23 years sergeant, Crippled of bras gauche by a chute which he a faite etant of service, Cath.+ Province of Kerry in Ireland

 

 

Received 4/4/1754

Mort the 23 March 1768 at the hôtel King al of Invalides

 

 

Terence Molloy, Irish, aged 54 years, of Lyster in Ireland, Serg. at the reg.t Irish desSally, Comp.e of fitz Gerald, in which he has served in that quality since his creation, auparav.t 25 years in celuy of Dillon dont 23 years Serg.t anciennes wounds, Usé, Catholique

 

 

Received unknown

Cornillis Mouny of Donnegal

 

Received 2/12/1728

Marc Moury of Tallas, County Wexford. Married in Metz.

 

Received 28/8/1738

John Moore of the town and county of Kilkenny

 

 

Received 28/7/1720

Edward Molloy/ Donnely, of Offaly

 

Received 28/9/1741

Denis Morphy aged 66 of the town and county of Cork. Married in Paris.

 

Received 14/4/1746

Dominique Morphy Irish / of Clonemalois, County Roscommon

 

Received 8/10/1750

Daniel Morphy of Kinsel, County Cork. Married

 

Received 2/6/1757

Daniel Morphy of Cork

 

Received 13/10/1718

Bernard Mollanne of Schlene, County Meath

 

Received 2/7/1719

Cosseny Molloy of Balliboy, Offaly

 

 

Received 5/9/1676

5 July 1679. Il is Died

 

Thomas Morphy Irish, aged 22 years, soldier of Aubrecam cape. of a company franche Suisse ou il sert since 2 years and apparently avoit served 5 years in the regiment of Hamilton ne peut plus continuer his services pour avoir eu the Jambe droite fracassée of the roue of a cannon laquelle jambe on a esté obliged of luy couper, is porteur of certificate order and route of Sr. Benoist in dated of 23 August der., Single. Catholic..

 

 

Received 6/6/1676

23 August 1676 he gave up his place and was given £15  to return to Ireland with his clothes and linge

 

John Morphy aged 70 soldier of Toury, captain. at the regiment Douglas in which he has served 9 years and 19 years in the Ferté, a esté blessé of a éclat of Palisade caused by a cannon shot which lempesche of servir along with his great age. He bears a  certificate from his lieutenant colonel dated 10 May 1676, and a passport from Mr. de Pizieux. Governor of Verdun. Widower. Catholic..

 

 

 

 

Received 6th June 1676

23rd August 1676 he gave up his place and was given £15 with his clothes and linge

 

Patrick Morphy Irish, aged 55 years soldier in the Comp. of Sr. McNamara in the regiment of Hamilton in which he has served 5 years, a received several wounds dont il is crippled of bras and of the jambe gauche the last campaign at the passage of the Rhine which puts him entierement out of service is porteur of certificate of his captain. dated 17 May 1676. Single. Catholic.

 

 

Received 29/11/1736

Peter Moony / of Memry County Down

 

 

Received 1/3/1715

25 November 1731. Died at the Guillaums ATD

 

John Mollony aged 50 years of Korkemon, County Galway, sergeant of Sr. Thomas Dillon, Irish Dillon’s Regiment, in which he has served 24 years seems from in his certificate, a lost his a digit of the main droit of a sabre cut which he received at the Siege of Barcelona along with his douleurs of kidneys and other Infirmities puts him out of service, catholic.

 

 

Received 27/2/1716

Died 4 September 1724 at Le Havre ATD.

 

Simon Morphy aged 58 years, of Dungannon, County Wexford, soldier of Sr. Fielding at Berwick’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 28 years, confirmed by his certificate his douleurs of kidneys and other infirmities puts him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

Received 6th May 1717

Died 28 March 1724

 

Eugene Morrissey aged 56 of Kilkenny, cavalier of Sr. Marshall, Regiment of Nugent under Sheldon, in which he has served 22 years, confirmed by his certificate dated 28 April last, is very troubled by knee droit of a rifle shot which he received at the Battle of Ramillies along with another rifle shot which he received to his cheek at the same Battle puts him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

Received 11th August 1718

 

 

Daniel Morice aged 49 of Bally Cassel. Ireland, soldier of Sr. Flanagan Irish Dillon’s Regiment in which he has served 13 years, and apparently 15 years in Clancarty’s. He is troubled by a rifle shot which he received to his head at the Battle of Marsaglia along with his other wounds puts him out of service, il is of number of soldiers reformed envoyés in Company of Invalids at the citadel of Havre [1], Married at Le Havre.  il n'a apporté ny leave paper ny certificate, Catholic

 

 

Received 24/11/1718

Died 27 April 1736

 

Patrick Morry aged 65 of Conlestine, Offaly, soldier of Sr. O’Dunne Irish Regiment of Orrington, in which he has served 30 years confirmed in his certificate dated of 3 of present mois of November, is troubled by thighs and of jambes of a Rheumatism along with his weak vision puts him out of service, Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

 

Received 11/9/1732

Jack Moony / of Limerick / Married in Chalons sur Saône

 

Received 11/10/1742

Charles Molloy / of Balimagh? County Longford

 

 

 

Received 5/6/1711

Died 1st October 1712 at Arras ATD

 

William Murphy aged 74 years, of Cork in Ireland, soldier of Sr. O’Neill, Irish Regiment of O’Brien, in which he has served 17 years, confirmed in his certificate, his Caducity along with his weak vision and which he is très troubled by Six coups of fusil which he received at Ramillies puts him out of service, and sort at present of a Company of Invalids qui is at Amiens, Catholic.

 

 

 

Received 6/7/1721

Thady Mulcall aged 65 of Rafault, County Donegal

 

Received 12/9/1726

Oghy Mullan of Donegal

 

 

Received 21/1/1674

 

 

Rully Murat known as the Roche Ireland soldier in the comp. of Sr. Cezen at the regt. of Guards ou il sert since 14 years and of ou il sort presentement a received several wounds dont il is crippled at the Jambe droitte a served apparently in the regt. of reynel and in the troupes Irish of his Ma. il is aged 60 years Single. Il is catholic estant admitted at the prest.

 

. the 23e December 1673. Il is entré in the hostel the 21 January 1674

 

 

Received 12/7/1676

12 July, refused and on luy a donne 6 L pour retourner in Ireland

 

John Mulryan Irish, aged 30 years, soldier of Valloe at the regiment of Hamilton in which he has served deux years, is atteint of mal of Scrofula comme il apert by the certificate of medecin of the hospital of Toul 54828 dated of 9 May der. Certified by his Major. Single. Catholic..

 

Received 21/7/1729

11 January 1733 Died at a Guillaume zzzz0 ATD

 

Jack Mulhallun Irish, aged 69 years, of Entreen in Ireland, corporal of Sr. Morphy at the Irish Dillon’s Regiment, in which he has served 39 years, mentioned in his certificate dated of 8 of present mois of July, his douleurs of reins and other troubles puts him out of service, Catholic.

 

 


 

Received 28/10/1734

Daniel Macarty Irish

Received 21/8/1727

Derby Macarty aged 63 of the town and County of Cork. Married in Calais.

Received 20/11/1727

Jack Macarty of Roskera. County Cork

Received 5/4/1736

Daniel Macarty of Deniskean, County Cork

Received 31/7/1738

Henry Macardell of Sélestat in Alsace originally from Ireland

Received 7/7/1740

Timothy Macarly? of Falès, County Kerry

Received 13/6/1726

Felix Macabe of Fedelischs County Fermanagh

Received 13/6/1726

Hugues Macabe of Harmouleux, County Monaghan

Received 13/6/1726

John Macaffry / town and County Cavan

Received 12/9/1726

Eugene Macauliffe / Cork

Received unknown

Bernard Macabé of Baillabé County Fermanagh

Received 22/9/1729

Charles Macarty of the town and County of Cork

Received 13/1/1746

Patrick Maccan of Andrigy County Darmanach

Received 1/10/1739

Jack MacDonnell of Belfast

Received 28/5/1744

Aneas MacDonnell of Clochtt County Tyrone

Received 29/1/1750

Ennis MacDanell of the town and County of Mayo

Received 1763

Charles McDonough of Dislach in Ireland

Received 1727

Encas MacDonnell of Ardebick County Derry

Received 6/11/1727

Farrell Macguellecrist of Killern, County Kerry

Received 20/8/1719

Alexander McGuire of Castelion, County Cork. Married in Paris

Received 5/2/1761

John MacNamara of Courclai near Limerick

Received 28/10/1734

Edmond MacKoulenn, Irish

Received October 1731

John Macknemy of Tackimons, County West Meath

Received 12/3/1744

Charles MacKina of the town and County of Malaghann

Received 19/10/1752

Jack Macky of the town and County of Kilkenny. Married.

Received 31/3/1763

Terence MacMahan, Irish, born in Bulkeley’s Regiment. Married.

Received 12/5/1763

Bernard Mackmna of Mullingard

Received 21/3/1743

Thomas Maclosky of the town and County of Dublin

Received 23/9/1723

Jack Macmoullun of Downpatrick County Galway

Received 21/8/1727

Philip Macmanisch aged 69 of Enniskillen County Fermanagh

Received 8/8/1737

Daniel Macmolin / Beharney County Cork

Received 20/7/1721

Henry Macnesse aged 52 of Manghan, County Armagh

Received 18/12/1727

Michael MacNamara of Kelbrekane, County Clare

Received 2/12/1728

William MacNemy of Atrey, County Galway

Received 3/1/1736

John MacNally of Oron in Ireland

Received 12/9/1726

Maurice Macquan of Dublin

Received December 1732

Alexander Macswiny of Triebane County Donegal

Received 1/10/1722



Hugues Macschane Irish

 

 

 

 

 

 

Received 1736

Cornelius Mulligan of  Segceguyon County Donnagft

 

 

 

 

 

 

Received 30/10/1738

John Mease / Glannlary County Limerick

 

Received 12/9/1726

Jack Meagh / town and County Cork. Married in Mariembourg

 

Received October 1732

Jack McManus of Fermanagh

 

Received unknown

Daniel Mollony of Kritt, County Clare

 

Received 15/6/1721

Bernard Molloy aged 30 of Beliboy, Offaly

 

 

Received 20/7/1721

Richard FitzMorice aged 51 years, of Kerry

 

Received 17/4/1727

Denis Molane of Malack, County Cork. Married in Paris

 

 

Received 11/10/1742

Edmond Miller of the town and county of Dublin

Received 10/2/1735

Laurent Morisse of Kelling, County Meath

Received 31/8/1721

John Mour of Ireland

Received October 1732

Mark Morphy of Wexford