Received 19th August 1707   Died 6th September 1737.  
Christopher Plunkett aged 49 of Clinkatt County Meath, lieutenant following the reformation of Fitzgerald's Regiment under Albemarle, in which he has served 9 years in that capacity as well as 7 years as Ensign in Dublin, and 5 years in Ireland as captain and lieutenant. His right hand is crippled from a rifle shot at the Combat of Cassano and his right leg is crippled from a rifle shot during the affair of Calsanato (Italy) which puts him out of service. He bears an order from Mr Chamillart to be received. Catholic.  

 

 

 

Received 3rd November 1691 Died 27th December 1728

Edme Pÿotte known as "Verdure", aged 28 years of Auxerre, soldier of Sir Conflans, Forest's Regiment in which he says he has served for 2 years. He has had his left arm cut following a musket shot at the Battle of Drogheda in Ireland. Draper by trade. Catholic.

There are no marriages recorded for a male named Dyotte in Auxerre parish registers but there are two for "Diot" in 1667 and 1787 and twenty six for "Guyot" for 1602 to 1791 [S.G.Y.: table of marriages]  

 

 

Received 10th July 1692   Given £24.10s

Michel Pindrigas aged 66 years of Galway, soldier of Sr Prieur, Dillon's Regiment, in which he has served 18 years as mush as in those of Greder, Furstemberg, and Hamilton,(confirmed by his certificates). He is greatly troubled by sciatic gout in his hip and left thigh which puts him out of service. Married in Paris. Catholic.

   

 

 

 

Received 27th April 1703 Died 27th January 1714

Christopher Primeros known as "the Joye", aged 45 years of Iniskarfy in Ireland, soldier under the colonel of Champagne's Regiment in which he has served 10 years (confirmed by his certificate) and says he has also served six years in Fomboisard and Pomponne's Dragoons. He has had his left arm "cut" and the other is crippled from several sabre cuts which he received from the Hussars whilst in a detachment near Strasbourg during the last campaign. Married in Paris. Butcher by trade. Catholic.

   

 

 

Received 28th May1688 Died 17th August 1705

Richard Patrix aged 60 years of Clare in Ireland, soldier of Sr Grace, Greder's Regiment under Furstemberg, in which he has served 12 years, as well as6 years in Hamilton's, 6 years in Kerman's and 4 in O'Brien's (His certificate confirms that he has served the King for 28 years). His wounds put him out of service. Catholic.

   

 

Received 24th June1723   Died 3rd November 1727 at Fort Nieullay, Calais ATD 

Philippes Punch aged 58 years of Cork, cavalier in Betagh's, Nugent's Irish Regiment, in which he has served 15 years as well as 15 years in Orrington's. His certificate, dated 15th June1723, shows that he has served 30 years. He is very troubled by a complete decline of his right side which combined with his wounds puts him out of service. Married in Sedan. Catholic.

 

 

 

Received 12th February 1712    
Edmond Pheland aged 58 years of the town and county of Kerry, lieutenant in Vaché 's company, Beausse's Infantry Regiment, in which he has served 8 years - as much in that capacity as sublieutenant, as well as 4 years as reformation captain in O'Brien's Irish Regiment and 6 years in Ireland as much as captain as cadet. He is very troubled by a rifle shot across both shoulders at Wynendaele along with a fistula above his bladder through which he loses urine which resulted from an abcess making him unfit for service. He bears an order from Mr Voysin to be received in case he fulfils the requirements. Married in Auxerre. Catholic.

 

 

Received 10th June 1729    
Georges Pierse aged 55 years of the town and County of Dublin, soldier in Maguenis's, Lee's Regiment in which he has served 25 years (confirmed by his certificate dated 26th September 1728). He is troubled by several wounds sustained on various occasions which combined with other troubles make him unfit for service. Married in Lille. Catholic.  

 

 

Received 1st July 1712 Died 17th December 1713 whilst lieutenant ATD at Arras Citadel.

Olivier Plunkett aged 40 years of Killine, County Meath, lieutenant in lieutenant colonel Marnegia's company, Aunay's Infantry Regiment under Croüy and Poitiers, in which he has served 14 years as much in that etc

 

Received 2nd May 1710   Died 8th February 1720
Richard Plonkett aged 69 years of Pous town, County Méez, soldier in Lorentz Bourck's, O'Donell's Regiment under Fitzgerald and Albemarle, in which he has served 20 years which is since the arrival of the Irish troops in France (confirmed by his certificate) and says he has served a further 5 years in Ireland. His weak eyesight and wounds put him out of service. Catholic
 

 

Received 21st November 1710   Died 14th December 1723

Patrick Power aged 67 years of Onneil, County Waterford, captain following the reformation of Bourc's Infantry Regiment under Luttrel, Scott, Vacop and the Queen of England, in which he has served 19 years as much in that capacity as lieutenant, and 3 years as captain and major in the regiments of Power, Mount Connel and Quilmalochin Ireland. His infirmities put him out of service. He bears an order from Mr Voysin to he received providing that he fulfils the entry requirements. Married in Ireland. Catholic.

 

 

Received 14th November 1697   Died 6th April 1705 at Arras citadel ATD

Jean Poüre aged 60 years of Kings County, soldier in Mousse's, Lee's Regiment under Montcassel, in which he has served 9 years, as well as 16 in Greder's and Furstemberg's and 7 in Hamilton's. His certificate shows that he has 27 years service. He lost an eye as the result of being struck with a rifle at the Combat of Sinseme which along with several other wounds puts him of service. Catholic.

   

 

Received 10th June 1700   Died 1st August 1706 at Fort Escarpe, Douai ATD 
Jean Patrice aged 45 years of County Louth, soldier in Macnogh's, Lee's Regiment under Montcassel, Greder-Alemand, Furstemberg and Hamilton, in which he has served 25 years (confirmed by his certificate). He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Married in Ireland. Butcher by trade. Catholic.
 

 

 

Received 11th November 1700  

Jean Poure aged 70 years of Dungarvan, soldier of Sir Reredan, Dillon's Regiment, in which he has served 11 years as well as 19 in Greder-Alemand, Furstemberg and Hamilton, confirmed by his certificate. His troubles make him unfit for service. Shoemaker by trade. Catholic..

 

 

Received 20th March 1692  Sent back. Given £13.4s. PSC 
Jean Poure aged 60 years of County Tipperary, soldier in Lally's, Dillon's Irish Regiment in which he has served 3 years, as well as one year at sea, 4 in St. Laurent's Regiment, 7 in du Vallette's, 7 in the Royal Cavalry and 23 in Count Mouscry's Irish Regiment. His certificate shows that he has served the king for 40 years. Several wounds and troubles put him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 31st March 1702   Died 2nd September 1703
Thomas Pourcell aged 58 years of County Tipperary, captain following the reformation of Orrington's Regiment under the King of England's Guards, in which he has served 10 years, as well as 4 years as Captain in Butler's Regiment in Ireland, one year as ensign in Douganin Ireland, and 5 years as ensign and cadet in Hamilton,'s. His decline along with weak eyesight put him out of service. He bears an order from Mr Chamillart to be received. Catholic

 

 

   

 

Received 8th May1698     Sent back. Given £18 PSC  

Jean Plunkett aged 92 years of County Dublin, soldier of Sir Plunkett, Dublin Regiment, in which he has served 7 years as well as 6 in Hamilton's. His certificate confirms that he has served 56 years (as much in France as in Ireland and England). His surdité along with his wounds and a trembling of his right side puts him out of service. Catholic.

   

Received 26th June 1698  

Thomas Pourcell aged 64 years, of Kilkenny, soldier in Gondonniere's, Navarre Regiment under Lee, Montcassel, Furstemberg, Greder-Alemand and Hamilton, in which he has served 28 years (confirmed by his certificate). His troubles put him out of service. Married in Ireland. Catholic..

 

 

Received 24th April 1698   Died 23rd June1707

Edmond Poüer aged 30 years of County Waterford, soldier in Puy's, Queen of England's Regiment, in which he says he has served for 6 years as well as 4 in Ireland. He has lost his sight as the result of a musket shot to his face during the Siege of Barcelona. Catholic.

   

 

Received 16th October 1698 Died 25th July 1731

Jacques Pourcel aged 25 years of County Kilkenny, cavalier in Matheus's, Queen of England's Regiment, in which he has served 7 years, confirmed by his certificate. He has had his thigh cut following a rifle shot whilst in a detachment near Tournai about two years ago. Catholic.

 

 

 

 

Received 2nd December 1694 4th August 1706 he was put out of the hostel by order of Mr Chamillart for having slept out twice. Pardoned 28th August 1706 from the *****'s own mouth. Died 24th January 1717.

Puelis Toner aged 30 years of County Dublin, soldier of the colonel of Charlemont's Regiment, in which he says he has served for 3 years. His lower jaw was broken by a musket during the Siege of Heidelberg. Catholic.

 

Received: unknown  Died 12th September 1730

Guillaume Power aged 30 years of County Waterford, sergeant in Brien O'Rorke's, Queen of England's Regiment in which he says he has served 7 years. The ends of both his feet were blown off by a cannon shot at the Battle of Marsaglia which puts him out of service. Catholic.

9th January 1703 he was taken to Kremlin Bicêtre by order of Mr Chamillart, for ? years for striking a priest several times with a stick and insulting many other people in Rue de Grenelle. Returned to the hostel 20th December 1704 after Mr Chamillart pardoned him.

 

 

 

Received 2nd December 1694     Sent back. Given £15 PSC.  

Patrick Porcelle aged 20 years of County Kilkenny, cavalier of Sir Calaghan, Queen of England's Regiment, in which he says he has served 3 years. His right leg and thigh are crippled by several scrofulous abcesses which put him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

 

 

Received: unknown Gave up his place 10th July 1690.  voluntarily Given £15 PSC

Richard Pour known as the Rose aged 35 years, of Waterford fourier in Sir Mannery's company, Greder-Allemand's Regiment, in which he has served 15 years as much in that as Dougan's and Hamilton's. His left thigh is crippled from a musket shot at Walcourt. Catholic. (All confirmed by his certificate).

 

Received 29th April 1679  Refused admittance as he does not fulfil the entry requirements. Given £12 for his return to Ireland.

Denis Pheland aged 50 years, Irish, soldier in the company of Brun, Hamilton's Regiment in which he has served for 8 years (seems from the leave paper from his captain that he has served for over 25 years in other regiments. His right thigh is crippled from three musket balls in an encounter with the enemy near Strasbourg. Catholic and ?

 

Received 2nd February 1703 to recovery unit. 4th May 1703 received permanently.  Died 24th September 1729

Theodore Profit aged 50 years, of Kilkenny, cavalier of the master of camp of Montmain's Regiment under Villequiere and du Gard, in which he has served 22 years (confirmed by his certificate. He is greatly troubled by his des reings and of belly by his horse which se renversa over him at the Battle of Friedlinguen along with his wounds puts him out of service. Married in Paris. Catholic..

 

Received 9th February 1703   Died 17th November 1709 at Arras.

Michel Poure aged 63 years of County Waterford, sergeant of Sir Fitzgerald, Clare Regiment, in which he has served 13 years, as well as 9 years in Greder-Alemand's and 10 in Hamilton's (all confirmed by his certificate). His wounds and troubled put him out of service. Catholic.

   

Received 23rd March 1703   Died 29th December 1711 at Calais hospital ATD.  

Jacques Plonquet aged 42 years,of County Louth, soldier of Sir Backer, Burke's Regiment under the Queen of England, ou il àserved 13 years which is since the arrival of the irish troops in France, portez par son certificat, and dit encore avoirserved 5 yearsin Ireland, is very troubled by a décente provenant of a éclat of Bombe which he received au bas ventre au Siege of Barcelona which puts him out of service, Catholic..

 

Received 19th May 1713  

 

1st June1719 whilst Sr. the Badié's company ATD in garnison at Chalon sur Saône  he deserted from of the companysince the 27thMarch last, Mr. the Gouverneur having been advised in a letter dated 2nd April ensuivant a bien voulu luy  

Martin Pierre aged 30 years, of County Armack, soldier of Sir of Mulvany, Lee's Irish Regiment, in which he has served 15 years (confirmed by his certificate) and says he has also served 4 years at sea. He is very troubled by a decline as the result of an effort which he made whilst working to make a communication bridge for the relief of Bouchain which was besieged along with which he is afflicted with scrofula puts him out of service. Catholic.

   

 

Received 26th May 1713

Jean Pourcelle aged 45 years, of Lockmore County Tipperary, brigadier of Sir Prendergasse lieutenant colonel of Nugent's Irish Regiment under Sheldon in which he has served 22 years (confirmed by his certificate). He is very troubled by decline which along with his wounds puts him out of service. Married in Valenciennes. Catholic.

 

Received 23rd July 1693   Died 5th June 1713 at St Brieuc whilst captain of a detachment.

Henry Pinossieur Desormeaux aged 30 years, of Bourges in Berry, lieutenant in Sir Neuville Laisné's company, Tournaisis Infantry Regiment in which he has served 3 years as well as 13 as captain and lieutenant in the Marines. His left leg was crippled by a musket shotthe siege of Luxembourg and his left foot was crippledby a esclat of vaisseau returning from Ireland. He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbezieux to be admitted into this hostel. Catholic.

   

 

Received 26th November 1699. Admitted 3rd December 1699

Jean Piterson sergeant aged 34 years of County Wockfort, sergeant of Sir Roger O' Kahan, Charlemont's Regiment, in which he has served 7 years. He has ghad his right arm cut folowing a rifle shot sustained whilst in a detachment commanded near Fort Louis du Rhin two years ago (all confirmed by his certificate). Married in Ireland. Catholic.

December 1727 Jean Piterson of Longpré's company ATD at Calais was crossed out as deserter in the Hostel's registers having deserted from the said company and taken all his weapons with him.

 

 

Received 7th October 1756    

Christopher Pickering aged 62 years of Athlone sergeant in Berwick's Irish Regiment, Marcaty's company, in which he has served 36 years of which 19 in that capacity. He has old wounds. Catholic. Received at Nantes.

   

   

Received 15th January 1678 Sent back 21st May 1680 being completely cured. Given £15 PSC

Jacques Payenne Irish aged 30 years, soldier in captain Ratrey's, Douglas's Regiment, in which he says he has served for 10 years under various captains. He is out of service due to two musket shots: one in the petit ventre and the other in the left hand whilst commanding a party, which has left him crippled. He bears a leave paper and certificates. Catholic. Single. Knows no other trade.

 

   

Received 29th August 1676   Refused admittance 29th August 1676 as he has insufficient service and is not crippled. Given £12 to retire to his own country.

Edward Porter, Irish, aged 70 years, soldier of Kendy in Hamilton's Regiment in which he has served for the last five years. He can no longer continue to serve not least because of his great age. He bears a leave paper from Hamilton, captain in the regiment of the same name. Single. Catholic.

 

   

 

 

 Received 16th April 1716   .Died 28th February 1730 at St Vaast the Hougue ATD

Bernard Prunty aged 60 years, of Monaghan, soldier of Sir Nollan, Lee's Regiment under O'Donell, in which he has served 26 years (confirmed by his certificate). His troubles put him out of service. Catholic.

 

   

 

 

Received 16th July 1716   Sent back

Louis Petit aged 36 years, of Verdun, originally from Ireland, soldier of Sir Barnewall, O'Brien's Irish Regiment under O'Donell in which he has served 14 years (confirmed by his certificate). One finger of his right hand was crippled by a rifle shot at the Siege of Fribourg in Brisgau, along with which he is troubled by rheumatism which puts him out of service. Wool comber by trade. Catholic.

 

 

 

 

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Received 12th November 1716   Died 17th May 1722 at Le Havre ATD 

Jean Power aged 59 of Hademstod County Waterford, sergeant of Sir Bryan, Lee's Irish Regiment under Montcassel, in which he has served 27 years (confirmed by his certificate). His weak eyesight along with sciatica in his left thigh puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 27th October 1718    

Edward Prendergast aged 49 years, of Poggray, County Clare, cavalier of Sir Prendergast, lieutenant colonel of Nugent's Regiment under Sheldon, in which he has served 23 years, confirmed by his certificate dated 18 September last. His left hand is crippled from a sabre cut at the Battle of Spire which along with his weak poitrine puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 1st September 1735

Edmond Pierce of Ratgoux County Kerry
Received //0   Therdée Fitz Patris of Dofferyin Ireland  
Nicolas Plunkett of Markré, County Sligo  
Received 28th July 1720   Jean Petz of Thiworey, County Woestford
Received 21st January 1745   Guilbert Pourdom of Balayclogis?, County Cork
Received 21st January 1745   Jacques Plunkett of the town and County of Dublin
Received 29th December 1746   Wilhelm Poupe of Feders County Tipperary
Received 8th November 1753   Pierre Pierard of Mock County Chiny  
Received 12October 1758   Edmond Pourcell of Kilkenny