Received 17th April 1692

6 February 1693 He gave up his place. He was given £16 PSC and his certificatees were returned to him.

Daniel Quelly, Irish, aged 25 years, soldier of the company colonel of Clare’s Irish Regiment, in which he says he has served 2 years. His right thigh and foot are crippled due to several rifle shots that he received whilst in a party commanded by Lord Clare in the of Luserne Valley which puts him out of service. Married in Ireland. Catholic.

 

Received 22nd October 1693

Sent back 28th January 1694. He was given £15 PSC.

Simon Quenedy (Kennedy) aged 27 of County Abredan, soldier of Sr. Eustache, Irish Marines Regiment in which he says he has served 2 years, as well as 5 in Ireland. His hanche of brasand left shoulder is crippled due to a fall he had whilst in a detachment near the Rhine. Catholic.

18 December 1709. On eu avoir from M.le Curé at Contes near Hesdin that he died there the said day jour cydessus.

 

 

Received 18th March 1700

 

 

John Quine aged 50 of Kilkenny, soldier of the company of Sr. O’Hara, Dillon’s Regiment under Greder-Allemand, Furstemberg and Hamilton, in which he has served 28 years (confirmed by his certificatee).Catholic.

 

 

Received 25/2/1700

Died 1st March 1721

 

Felix Quine aged 24 of Wicklow, soldier of Sr. Dalton, Burgô’s Regiment under Athlone, in which he has served 8 years, confirmed by his certificatee, and aupar. says he has served 2 years in Ireland, Porteur of a order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Catholic

 

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

 

31 August 1703, he was pardoned.

 

18 April 1712: re-entered service in the company ? of Coetman’s Dragoons Regiment.

 

17th March 1713: Re-entered.

 

 

 

Received 31st May 1696

 

 

William Quenty aged 30 of County Cork, soldier of the colonel of the Irish Marine Regiment in which he has served 4 years which is since the Irish troops arrived in France (confirmed by his certificatee). His left arm was blown off by a cannon shot at Heidelberg. Tanner by trade. Catholic.

 


 

 

 

 

Received unknown

 

John Quéne(Quinn) aged 25 of County Londonderry, soldier of Sr. Quesne, Charlemont’s Irish Regiment, in which he says he has served 10 years as much in France as in Ireland. His right leg is crippled by a rifle shot which he received last year whilst in a detachment near Spire which combined with other wounds puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

22 December 1696 He gave up his place. He was given £15 PSC.

 

 

Received 30/5/1697

 

 

Jack Quinlain Irish, aged 60 years, of County Cork, soldier of Sr. Maguire, Regiment des Guards of King of Angleterre, in which he says he has served 6 years, and apparently 7 in Montcassel in Ireland, is crippled by of the Epaule gauche of a rifle shot which he received estant commanded à the escorte of fourages sur the Canal of Bruges  the Campagne derniere, Catholic.

 

27 July 1697. Il a He gave up his place., on luy a He was given £15L. PSC and rendu his certificates.

 

 

 

Received 10th July 1698

Sent back. He was given £12. PSC.

 

Philip Quinlevane aged 70 of Limerick, soldier of Sr. McGrath, Irish Marine Regiment, in which he has served 7 years, as well as 3 in Ireland, and 3 in Hamilton’s in France, (all confirmed by his certificate). His age along with his wounds and troubles puts him out of service. Catholic

 

 

Received 19/11/1699 (only to the recovery section)

Died 31st December 1739

Simon Quernan (Kernan) aged 32 of County Leitrim, soldier of Sr. Rourk, Lee’s Regiment under Montcassel, in which he has served 14 years (confirmed by his certificate). He is greatly troubled by of his vision due to a fluxion which developed whilst in service Married in Bethune. Catholic

23 January 1700. received permanently by order of Monseigneur.

 

 

Received

2/12/1694

Bernard Quernan aged 30 years, of County Monahan, soldier of Sr. Boute, Charlemont’s Regiment in which he says he has served 3 years, as well as 4 in Ireland. His left leg is crippled from a musket shot which he received estant in a detachment near  Rhinberg on the Neker, which combined with a décent puts him out of service. Weaver by trade. Catholic.

 

 

. jusqua recovery section pour quatre mois

 

 

. Depuis 25 may 1695 admitted permanently

 

 

 

 

Received 20/5/1679

22 December 1680. Il is Decedé.

 

Thomas Quenedy (Kennedy) aged 55 years Irish, cavalier in the company des gendarmes anglois in which he a served 10 years co.e il apert by the certificate of his commandant avoir served apparently several years in the Royal Regiment and that of Orleans. the caducity of his age Which combined with aux longues fatigues which he has endured ne luy permettent plus of servir. Il is cath. and point Married

 

 

Received

3/3/1702

 

Jack Quinelevane Irish, aged 49 years, of County Limerick, soldier of the colonel of Regiment of Orrington under the English King’s Guards, in which he has served 13 years, ainsi que porte his certificate, is crippled by of the main gauche of a rifle shot which he received estant in a detachment commanded pour aller reconnoitre the Ennemis pendant the Siege of Ath. Married in Paris. Catholic

 

 

Received 8/11/1731

Andrew Quinn  of Roscommon

 

Received 23/9/1723

Daniel Quihety Irish / of LanKery

 

Received 1/10/1722

Edmond Quinan Irish

 

Received 4/12/1727

Dermott Queriske of Baudonbrèche County Cork

 

Received 2/12/1728

John Quine of Rossenally, Leinster province

 

 

Received 16/9/1676

9 February 1687. Il is Decedé

 

Willaim Quellay (Kelly) aged 22, soldier in the Comp. of Macnamara cap. au regimt. of Hamilton in which he a served 4 years ne peut plus continuer his services pour avoir receu the Année incontinent apres the mort of M. of Turenne a musket shot à the jambe Gauche laqle. il luy a fallu couper comm'il apert by the certificate of his Colonel in datte of 16 may der. Single. Catholic.

 

 

Received 23/5/1676

 

 

John Quetin (Keating)Irish, aged 35 , soldier in the company of Sr. McNamara capn. au regim. of Hamilton in which he a served 2 years and of in which he sort presentiment, is estroppié of a chute which he fit au Combat of Singem zzzz0, which the empeche of continuer a rendre service, is porteur of Conge of his Captain in dated of 2e. 7bre dernier. Single. Catholic. receu comme soldier the 25 may 1676.

 

. the 25 Janvier 1677. Il a demandé a renounce pour se retire in his pays and a receu 15 L outre his habit and 2 Garnitures of linge

 

 

 

Received 1763

John Quinn of Dublin

 

 

Received 11th June 1716

Died 1st December 1728. at Le Havre ATD

 

Antoine Quesnoy Irish, aged of 59 years, of Bemor County Londonderry, Cavalier of Sr. Francis Nugent under Sheldon in which he has served 25 years, ainsi which he is porte in his certificate, is troubled by of bras droit the ayant eu Broken by of a chute of horse which he fit in portant the facine au Siege of Fribourg , which combined with his Infirmities puts him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

Received 28/1/1717

 

 

Cornelius Querelly Irish, aged 48 years, of Roscommon in Ireland, Cavalier of the master of Camp of Regiment of Nugent under Sheldon, in which he has served 24 years, confirmed by his certificate, is very Troubled by of the Cuisse droite of up rifle shot which he received at Malplaquet, which combined with three sabre blows to his head and of a rifle shot au bras gauche which he received at Spire puts him out of service, Catholic.

 

. the 15 April 1720. Cornelius Querelly Irish estant of the company of Sr. Benoist au detachment in garrison at the Citadel of Arras 62041 He deserted of company pour render party contre the defences in the Irish Regiment of Nugent

 

 

 

Received 21/7/1729

Died 21st March 1733 at Colmars ATD

 

Derby Quinan Irish, aged 58 of Limerick, Corporal of Sr. Glezar Irish Regiment of Dillon in which he a served 37 years, mentioned in his certificate dated of 7 of present mois of July, is troubled by of plusieurs wounds which he a received in different occasions which combined with his weak eyesight and his belly oppression puts him out of service. Glovemaker by trade. Catholic.