Received 12th December 1705

Edmond Ryan aged 34 of County Tipperary, sergeant of Sieur Mubryanne, Lee’s Regiment under Montcassel, in which he has served 15 years,. His right hand is crippled from a rifle shot at the Siege of Reinsfeld (all confirmed by his certificate) Married in Paris. Catholic.  

 

 

Received 24th April 1705

Died 22 December 1739.

Anthony Robert aged 46 of Larche (in the vallée of Barcelonnette diocese of Ambrun, reformation lieutenant at the suite of the Regiment of Nice, in which he has served 2 months, apparently 8 years as lieutenant and reformation lieutenant in Albaret and Thoÿ, 7 years as sous lieutenant in the King of England’s Guards at present under Orrington, 3 years as captain, lieutenant ensign in Butler’s in Ireland having brought his company to France, and 10 years as ensign in Fairfax’s in England. His right thigh is crippled from a cannonball and a rifle shot at the last battle of Hochstadt which along with his other wounds puts him out of service. He bears an order from Monseigneur Chamillart to be received. Catholic.

 

 

Received 7th January 1707

Died 27th October 1714.

Terence Reilly aged 70 of Fienira County Cavan, soldier of Sieur Arthur, Orrington’s Irish Regiment under the King of England’s Guards, in which he has served 18 years, it would appears from his certificate. He is greatly troubled by a type of rheumatism of all his left side which makes him totally incapable of useful service. Married in Toul. Tailor by trade. Catholic.

 

 

Received 29th April 1707

Died 1st November 1719 at Arras ATD.  

John Ryen aged 45 of Torlusse County Tipperary, soldier of Sieur O’Shaughnessy lieutenant colonel of O’Brien’s Irish regiment under Clare, in which he has served 17 years confirmed by his certificate. His right arm is crippled from a rifle shot and a cut from a hallebarbe  point at Ramillies. Married in St Germain, Carpenter by trade. Catholic.

 

Received 13th August 1693

Gave up his place 2nd April 1700. Given £30 for his journey and his certificate was returned to him.  

Christopher Roussell aged 58 of Down St Patrick, reformation captain in the Athlone Irish Infantry Regiment in which he has served 2 years, confirmed by his certificate, and says he served 4 years in Ireland. He has lost his left eye and is greatly troubled by the other which along with his caveité puts him out of service, Catholic. Married in Paris

 


 

Received 29th March 1715 

 

Bernard Reilly aged 56 of Drogheda, County Meath, grenadier of Sieur Dasseny, Orrington’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 26 years which is confirmed by his certificate His vision is very troubled by fluxion which along with his wounds and other troubles puts him out of service. Catholic.

26th September 1717 Bernard Reilly, Irish, being of the Company of Sieur Aloguerbe? ATD in garrison aux Isles St Marguerite, being greatly adonné by wine, mutin, séditieux, incorrigible, which is the nommés Daniel Ryan, Irish, D

 

 

Received 22nd October 1693

Sent back 12th November 1693. Given £ 9.5s. for his journey.  

Philip Roche aged 36 of Cork, cavalier of Sieur Plunket, Lucan’s Irish Regiment in which he says he has served 3 years. His  foot is crippled from a rifle shot which he received at the Hogue while the enemy were burning some ships. Catholic.

   

 

 

John Riordan aged 24 of Cork, Dragoon of Sieur  Roquette, Asfeld’s  Estranger Regiment in which he served 3 years. His right hip is crippled having had demise and of the knee of the same side having been broken by the fall of his horse which was shot from under him at the Combat of St Croix Catholic, all of which is confirmed by his certificate.  

 

 

 

Received 27th November 1711

Died 4 November 1724 at Aigues Mortes being lieutenant of a company of the detachment  

Richard Reilly, Irish aged 58 years, of Belturbett County Cavan, reformation lieutenant in the Company of Sieur de Keogh at la suite du Regiment of Infantry of Berwick, in which he has served 7 years, in that quality, apparently 3 years in the same capacity quality in Fitzgerald and Albemarle and 10 years as sublieutenant in Dublin, is very troubled by a breathing difficulty caused by a rifle shot which he received to his belly at lthe defence of Lazarque Chateau on the Portuguese frontier along with his other wounds and troubles putting him out of service, He bears an order from Monseigneur Voysin to be received in case he has the qualities required. Married in St Germain in Laye, Catholic

 

 

Received 29th October 1693

Died 8th June 1695 at Ath ATD.

Mortagh Rierdan Irish, aged 19 years, of County Kerry in Ireland, soldier of Sieur Fitzgerald, Irish regiment of the marine, in which he says he has served 2 years, is fort troubled by tout the costé right of avoir esté foulé aux feet of the Chevaux being commanded pour aller gaigner a passage aux environs of Reinsfeld  which puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 10th December 1693

Died 8th December 1706 at Douai ATD  

John Redane aged 32 of County Cork, soldier of Sieur Makonly, Clancarty’s Regiment, in which he says he has served 2 years and 6 in Ireland. His left knee is crippled from a musket shot at the Siege of Embrun, confirmed by his certificate. Catholic.

 

 

Received 8th October 1706

Died 15th August 1752 at Caen ATD

Thomas Reilly aged 30 years, of Sixtmilbriche County Clare, cavalier of Sieur Marshal, Nugent’s Regiment under Sheldon, in which he served 8 years, confirmed by his certificate. His left arm is crippled from a sabre cut, and he is troubled by seven other sabre wounds which he received to his head at the battle of Ramillies. Catholic.

 

 

Received 29th October 1706 as cavalier

Died 23rd February 1731

Bernard Rourke aged 56 of Dromahire County Leitrim, cavalier of the Master of Camp of Nugent’s Irish Regiment under Sheldon, in which he has served 18 years, confirmed by his certificate. His weak vision along with several wounds puts him out of service. Catholic.

4 May 1712. he re-entered service in the company of Sieur Liestat Regiment of Dragoons of Coetman. 5 January. 1714 he re-entered here

 

 

Received 5th June 1711

Died 10th March 1712 at Arras ATD.  

Flany Rilly aged 40? of Cuynanore diocese of Kilmore, cavalier of the master of camp of Nugent’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 18 years (confirmed by his certificate.) His left hand is crippled from a sabre at Ramillies. He comes at present from a company of Invalids at Amiens. Catholic

 

 

Received 22nd March 1715

 

Philip Rhedan aged 59 years, of Limerick, soldier of Sieur Kelly, Berwick’s Irish Regiment, in which he served 24 years (confirmed by his certificate) He is very troubled by a complete décente of his left side which along with a sabre cut which he received to his left eye and other wounds putting him out of service, Catholic.

26 September 1717. Philip Rhedan Irish being of the Company of Sieur Damgumbeland ATD in garrison at the Isles St Marguerites being greatly adonné with wine, seditious mutiny and incorrigible being in prison for the subject.

 

 

Received 29th March 1715

Gave up his place 17th July 1715. Given £15 and his certificates were returned to him.  

Jack Rouby aged 30 years of Belfast near Dublin, soldier of Sieur Callaghan, Orrington’s Irish Regiment, in which he says he has served 9 years. He is very troubled by both legs due to rifle shots received at the Combat of Denain which have left him with several ulcers putting him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

Received 8th May 1705 as soldier

Died 4th February 1709 at Tournai ATD  

Edmond Reilly aged 70 of County Cavan soldier of Sieur Liechtenstein, Regiment of Greder Alemand in which he served 7 years, and apparently 12 years in the King of England’s Guards Regiment and Dillon’s, all which is confirmed by his certificate. He is greatly troubled by his left shoulder from a stone coup which he received at the Siege of Landau which puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 12th August 1729

Died 18th January 1731 at Nantes ATD.

William Rayné aged 59 of the town and County Limerick, soldier of the Company Colonel General of Dillon’s Regiment in which he has served 26 years, mentioned in his certificate dated 25th November last. His wounds and troubles put him out of the state of continuing his services, Catholic

 

 

Received 8th March 1696 as cavalier

Died 7th October 1709,

Michael Ray aged 28 years, of County Limerick, dragoon of Sieur Barnwall lieutenant colonel of the of the Queen of England’s Dragoons Regiment, in which he served 8 years, confirmed by his certificate. His right knee and right shoulder are crippled due to two musket shots at Marsaglia Tailor by trade. Catholic

 

 

Received 14th November 1697

Gave up his place 15th February 1709. Given £30 for his journey  

Michael Reilly aged 23 of County Keimen, soldier of Sieur Dassevy, King of England’s Guards Regiment in which he says he has served 6 years,. His right arm is crippled from a rifle shot received last September whilst in a party commanded by Sieur McCarty near Gawre. Catholic.

 

 

Received 28th January 1700

Died 29 September 1700

John Rourke aged 57 of County Leitrim, soldier of Sieur Rourke, Lee’s Regiment under Moncassel, in which he served 10 years, confirmed by his certificate, He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received Married in Ireland. Catholic

 

 

Received 4th February 1700

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

Patrick Roger aged 30 of Duncannon, soldier of Sieur Recaud, Orrington’s Regiment under the King of England’s Guards, in which he served 12 years, confirmed by his certificate. He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

 

Received 6th May 1700

Died 30 September 1721 at Le Havre de Grace ATD.  

Eugene Reilly aged 34 of County Cavan, soldier of the company o Sieur Gibbon, Bourke’s Irish Regiment under Clancarty, in which he served 8 years (seems from his certificate. He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received, Catholic

2 March1701 he re-entered service in the company of Sieur Daverigny, Royal Cavalry Regiment

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

3 July 1711 he re-entered here having served ten years since his reception

 

 

Received 22nd April 1700

28 April 1701 he gave up his place and was given £30 for his journey  

Daniel Riane aged 25 of Cloniharpe soldier of Sieur Galifer, 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. Catholic

 

 

Received 27th October 1700

Sent back. Given £??. 12s. for his journey  

Richard Rembrocke aged 71 of Kilkenny, soldier of Sieur John Routh, Orrington’s Regiment under the King of England’s Guards, in which he served 14 years as much in France as in Ireland, and apparently 12 years in France in Conigsmarck’s and Hamilton’s. His certificate confirms that he has 25 years service. His frailty along with his décente puts him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

Received 14th October 1700

Died 7th October 1702. at Gravelines ATD.  

Matthew Reyen aged 60 years, of County Limerick, soldier of Sieur Molreanne, Lee’s Regiment under Montcassel, Greder Alemand, and Hamilton, in which he served 20 years, which is confirmed by his certificate, his wounds and troubles putting him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

Received 28th October 1700 

Sent back. Given £15. for his journey.  

Ulick Roche aged 51 of County Cork, soldier of the company colonel of Orrington’s Regiment under the King of England’s Guards, in which he served 9 years, and apparently 15 years in the regiments of Greder Alemand and Hamilton, all confirmed by his certificates. His deafness and weak vision along with his head wounds put him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

Received 4th November 1700

Sent back. Given £15 for his journey.  

John Reilly aged 38 of Cavan, soldier of Sieur Routh, Orrington’s Regiment under the King of England’s Guards, in which he served 9 years in France, and apparently 5 years in Ireland, which is confirmed by his certificate,. He is greatly troubled by a musket shot which he received to his left leg at the Siege of Charleroi and by another musket shot to his right arm at the Combat of St Croix. These wounds are open and along with his other wounds put him out of service. Married in Paris: Catholic.

 

 

Received 18th November 1700

Died 12 January 1739

John Reyne aged 48 of Kilkenny, soldier of Sieur Fitzgerald, Dillon’s Regiment under Montcassel, Greder Alemand, Furstemberg and Hamilton, in which he has served 29 years (confirmed by his certificate). He is greatly troubled by his right knee from a musket shot at the Siege of Gironne which along with his other wounds and troubles put him out of service. Married at Saint Germain in Laye: Catholic.

 

 

Received 30th September 1701

Died 11th May 1702  

Laglin Ryene aged 30 of County Limerick, soldier of the colonel of the Berwick’s Regiment under the king of England’s Dragoons in which he says he has served 10 years. His spine was ruptured by a fall he had whilst working aux travaux of the king of the Neufbrisack about three years ago which puts him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

Received 16th June 1695

Died 15th October 1725  

Claude Raymond aged 30 of County Dublin, soldier of Sieur Bronn, Lee’s Regiment under Montcassel, in which he says he has served 8 years. His right leg has been amputated after a musket shot at Zwingengerg, Catholic.

 

 

Received 15th October 1699

Sent back. Given £15 for his journey.  

Patrick Rooney aged 50 of County Louth, soldier of Sieur McDonogh, Lee’s Regiment, under Montcassel in which he served 19 years (appears by his certificate). His wounds along with his troubles put him out of service, Married in Flanders, Tailor by trade. Catholic.

 

 

 

Died 22 December 1708

Anthony Rourke aged 60 of Galway, soldier of Sieur Rourke, Lee’s Regiment under Montcassel, in which he says he has served 8 years and apparently. 8 in Mouskry, his weak vision along with his other troubles putting him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

Received 25th October 1696 

 

John Rely (Riley?)aged 24 of County Dublin, soldier of the colonel of Lee’s Irish Regiment, in which he says he has served 9 years as much in France as in Ireland. His right arm is crippled from a rifle shot received whilst in a detachment near Spire last year which puts him out of service. Married in Paris. Armourer by trade. Catholic.

May 1722. John Rely Irish being of the Company of Sieur Cordel in detachment at the garrison of Hesdin having deserted of the Company the 8 of the dit months avait esté Biffé of the Registers of l 'hostel the 31 May 1722.

 

 

 

Died 3 November 1697

Anthony Raymond Irish, aged 30 of Wexford, dragoon of the colonel of the king of England’s Regiment in which he says he has served 10 years as much in France as in Ireland. He is greatly troubled by three fistulas in his belly as the result of several rifle courrades which he received at Marsaglia which makes him totally unfit to continue in service. Catholic.

 

 

Died 12th March 1725

William Ryan aged 29 of Limerick, sergeant of the colonel of Dillon’s Regiment, in which he served 8 years confirmed by his certificate. Says that he served again for 3 years in Ireland. His left arm is crippled from a musket shot at the Siege of Palamos which along with other wounds put him out of service. Tailor by trade. Catholic

 

 

 

Gave up his place 5th Sept. 1697.  Given £15 for his journey and his certificates were returned to him.  

Henry Rodintche aged 30 of County Carlow, soldier of Sieur Molrian, Lee’s Regiment, in which he served 5 years confirmed by his certificate, is crippled from the main and of his left arm from a musket shot and a sabre cut which he received at the Siege of Ath, Married in Ireland, Cordwainer by trade, Catholic.

 

 

Received 27th March 1698 

Died 16th July 1713 at Douai ATD.  

Constant Rouany (Rooney?) Irish, aged 51 years, of County Down Patrick, sergeant of Sieur Mulrian, Lee’s regiment under Montcassel, Greder Alemand, Furstemberg and Hamilton, in which he served 28 years, which is confirmed by his certificate, his wounds and troubles putting him out of service, Catholic..

 

 

Received 10th July 1698 

 

Brian Roddy Irish, aged 32 years, of County Duncannon, soldier of the Company of Sieur Hogan, Galmoy’s Irish regiment under Charlemont, in which he says he has served 6 years, and apparently 4 years in Ireland, at has the bras right amputated after a coup of Canon which he received at Spire which puts him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

Received 31st July 1698

Died 19 January 1722. at Caen ATD.  

Artus Remond aged 33 of County Wexford, Dragoon of Sieur Nagle, Regiment of dragoons of the Queen of England, in which he says he has served 7 years, is crippled from shoulder left of a rifle shot and troubled by the Belly of a coup of Pertuisane which he received at the Siege of Barcelona, Tailor of habits by trade, Catholic.

 

 

Received 27th November 1698

 

Charles Rourke aged 67 of County Cannock, soldier of Sieur Rourke, Lee’s Regiment under Montcassel, Surbeck, Conigsmarck, Furstemberg, and Hamilton, in which he served 28 years, confirmed by his certificate. His wounds and troubles put him out of service. Married in Ireland, Catholic.

 

 

Received 1st January 1699

Died 1st April 1709. at Saint Malo ATD.  

Anthony Rice aged 35 of County Monaghan, soldier of Sieur Plunket, Lutrell’s Regiment, under the Queen of England, in which he says he has served 7 years, and apparently 4 years in Ireland. His right foot is crippled from a bomb fragment at the Siege of Barcelona which makes him incapable of continuing his services, Catholic.

 

 

Received 30th April 1699

 

John Ryan aged 43 of County Meath, dragoon of the colonel of the Queen of England’s Regiment in which he served 14 years, is crippled from the digit of the main left hand by a sabre cut which he received at the Siege of Palamoir, all confirmed by his certificate, Catholic.

 

 

Received 15th July 1694

Sent back. Given £7.4s. for his journey.  

Morgan Ryan aged 22 of Kilkenny, cavalier of Sieur Coghlane, Queen of England’s Regiment in which he says he has served 5 years, is fort troubled by scrofula which puts him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

Received 5th August 1679 

4th July 1689 he re-entered service in the company of Sieur Rancher, Regiment of the king of Infantry.  

Anthony Real dit the Jeunesse Irish, aged 48 years, sergeant of the company of Caraman Regiment. of French Guards in which he has served since 17 years seems from the leave paper from his captain. and certificate of Sr. of the Rappée, quantity of wounds which he has received making him incapable of continuing. Catholic. Married in Paris.

 

 

 

Received 28th July 1702

 

Richard Rouchel Irish, aged 40 years, of County Wexford, soldier of Sieur Stuart, Dillon’s regiment, in which he served 12 years, which is since the commencement of the last war ( confirmed by his certificate). Both arms are crippled sue to a musket shot which he received through his col at Chiari (99127) in Italy which puts him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

Received 17th March 1685 as soldier

Died 27th February 1688  

William Real known as the Feuillade, aged 60, Irish, soldier of the Sr. Regis, Dauphin’s Regiment which has served the king for 36 years (confirmed by his certificate).Catholic

 

 

Received 4th April 1703

Died 9th November 1723 at Le Havre being lieutenant of a company ATD.  

Jack Rochefort aged 63 of Dublin, reformation lieutenant at the Suite of Berwick’s Infantry Regiment, in which he served 5 years, and apparently 9 years in the guards of the Corps of the king of England, and 4 years in Ireland as lieutenant. He is greatly  troubled sciatic gout in his left side which along with his wounds puts him out of service, He bears an order from Monseigneur Chamillart to be received, Married in Ireland, Catholic.

 

 

Received 17th August 1703

Died 16th January 1728  

Thomas Renels (Reynolds?) aged 33 years, of County Leitrim, soldier of Sieur Rourke, Lee’s Regiment under Moncassel, in which he says he has served 14 years, is crippled from the knee which he left l' having eu démis by one chute which he fit in revenant of a detachment commanded pour conduire a convoy of war munitions to Bonn during February last year which puts him out of service, Catholic.

3rd May 1708. he was expelled by order of Monseigneur Chamillart for having twice découché without permission.

30th May 1709 he was received by order of Monseigneur.

 

 

Received 17th August 1703

Died 14th July 172 at Fort Guillaumes as lieutenant ATD.  

Jack Roussell aged 37 years of County Dublin, reformation lieutenant at the Suite of the Bourke’s Infantry Regiment under Luttrell and the Queen of England, in which he served 8 years as much in that quality as of ensign, apparently 4 years in the Gendarmes of Orleans, 5 years s lieutenant in Hamilton’s regiment in Ireland, and 2 years as cadet in the King of England’s Guards. He is greatly troubled by his kidneys caused by a contusion que luy fit a cannonball at the Siege of Barcelona, along with his oppression of belly. He is also is troubled by rheumatism in his arms and legs which puts him out of service. He bears an order from Mr Chamillart to be received, Catholic.

 

 

Received 1st August 1704t

Re-entered service 11th March1705 in the company colonel of Lee’s Irish Infantry Regimen

Hugues Rourke aged 65 of Dublin, soldier of Sieur Reilly, Fitzgerald’s Regiment under the Irish Marines, in which he says he has served 12 years and 25 years in Greder Alemand and Hamilton. He is greatly troubled by his right leg which was broken by a fall he had whilst on guard at Mantova which puts him out of service, clothes Tailor by trade, Catholic.

 

 

Received 23rd February 1714

Died 9th October 1724 at Bicester  

Terence Rafferty Irish, aged 58 years, of Armagh in Ireland, soldier of Sieur Joseph Fitzgerald, Regiment of O’Donnell, in which he served 22 years, confirmed by his certificate, is very troubled by a oppression of belly along with his other Infirmities putting him out of service, tonnelier by trade, Catholic.

6 April 1724. he was taken to Bicester for one year for having twice découché of l'Hôtel.

 

 

Received 31st March 1713 cavalier

Died 10th October 1738

John Reine aged 35 of Tipperary, soldier of Sieur Salle, Irish regiment of O’Brien, in which he served 16 years, which is confirmed by his certificate is crippled from his right hand by a sabre cut which he received at Ramillies, he is of the number of the Invalids received at Amiens Married in Lille. Catholic.

2nd August 1721? of the Company of Sieur Taizy ATD in garrison at the fort of Lescluse having obtained a leave paper from his captain for two months on 1st April last not being returned to his Company after the time expired, monsieur

7th April 1735: Pardoned.

 

 

Received 16th June 1713

Died 13th February 1715 at Fort of La Prée ATD 

Robert Ruth aged 50 of Kilkenny, soldier of Sieur O’Donnell, Berwick Irish Regiment in which he says he has served 4 years. He has had his right arm amputated after a rifle shot which he received at the Siege of Lerida and comes at present from a company of invalids which is at Bordeaux. Butcher by trade. Catholic.

 

 

Received 1st December 1713

Died 8th January 1729

Theodore Redan dit Theodore, aged 34 years, Irish, sergeant of Sieur Amant Gibbon, Bourke’s Irish Regiment, in which he says he has served 15 years. His left leg is crippled from a rifle shot at the Siege of Turin. He is one of the number of invalids received at Besançon. Catholic

 

 

Received 3rd April 1705 as officer

Died 4 September 1711 at the Citadel of Arras being Captain ATD  

Henry Radely aged 40 of County Cork, lieutenant of the company of Sieur McCarty Derry, at Lee’s Irish Infantry Regiment under Montcassel, in which he served 15 years as much in that quality as of reformation lieutenant and of sous lieutenant. He has had his left arm amputated after a rifle shot at the Siege of Ath. He bears an order from Monseigneur Chamillart to be received, Catholic.

 

 

Received 13th February 1705

Died 19th December 1707

Daniel Riordan aged 58 of Cork, soldier of Sieur Riordan, Dillon’s Regiment, in which he says he has served 7 years, apparently 7 years in the Queen of England’s Cavalry Regiment, and 3 years in Sunderland’s in Ireland. He is greatly troubled by sciatica in his right thigh which along with his wounds puts him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

Received 28th July 1702 as soldier 

 

John Rogers, Irish, aged 28 years, of County Antrim, corporal of Sieur Maxwell, Berwick’s Regiment, in which he served 12 years, since the arrival of the Irish troops in France.

 

 

Received 5th January 1703 officer by order of Monseigneur

Died 22 October 1719

Andrew Rice aged 67 of County Kerry, lieutenant of the Company of Sieur Rourke, Bourke’s Infantry Regiment under Luttrell and the Queen of England, in which he served 14 years, and apparently 3 years in Ireland as captain. His decente along with his wounds and other troubles put him out of service, He bears an order from Monseigneur Chamillart to be received, Catholic

 

 

Received 26th November 1733 as soldier

Owen Rourke aged 61 of Klonoll, County Limerick, soldier of Sieur Stapleton, Berwick’s Irish Regiment in which he has served 28 years confirmed by his certificate, He is very troubled having had his spine broken in a fall from the top of the ramparts at Valenciennes which puts him out of service, is Catholic

 

 

Received 27th March 1749

Died 23rd April 1757. at Lorient Hospital ATD  

Patrick Reilly, aged 45 years, of St Germain in Laye originally from County Cavan, sergeant in the Royal Scots Regiment, Arbuthnot’s Company in which he has served 13 years in that quality apparently. 26 years in Dillon’s Irish regiment, in which he says he has served 18 years sergeant, a Rheumatism, Married, Catholic

26th October, a rapporté a certificate of 18 years of sergeant.

 

 

Received 16th January 1677 as sergeant

Died 30 May 1684  

Richard Rely aged 21 soldier of the Sr. Borny at the Regiment Donguent in which he has served 7 years, is unable to continue his services pour avoir received a musket shot at the genin which he right in the Combat of Balteinheim ainsy q'apert by the Leave paper from his captain. M. of Camp and by the certificate of the Surgeon Major of Colmar dates of the 8 August and 9 December. last, single, Catholic.

 

 

Received 6th March1677 as soldier.

7th April 1680. Gave up his place. Given £25 for his journey

John Regan Irish, aged 52 years, soldier in the regiment of Douglas in which he has served 17 years ainsy qu'il apert by the certificate of his Colonel in date of the 4 of the present, says he has apparently served 15 years in the regiment. of the French Guards Company.. of Hautefeuille, St. Sandoux and Montreuil, ne peut plus continuer his services as much for his frailty and pour the wounds qu'il a received. Married in Paris) Catholic.

 

 

Received 17th June 1700

Died 15 October 1714 at Douai. ATD  

William Rourke aged 50 of County Tipperary, soldier of Sieur O Hara, Dillon’s regiment under Greder Alemand, Furstemberg and Hamilton, in which he has served 25 years, specified in his certificate, He bears an order from Monseigneur the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received conalong withement avec celuy qui Suit, Married in Paris: Catholic.

 

 

Received 15th March 1715

Died 28 July 1725  

Daniel Ryan Irish, aged 42 of Shaly, County Tipperary, soldier of Sieur Maguenis Irish regiment of Berwick, in which he served 23 years confirmed by his certificate, is crippled from the leg right of a bomb fragment at the Siege of Landau. Catholic.

 

 

Received 16th April 1716

Died 19th December 1727. at Calais ATD  

Patrick Reilly aged 58 of Keller, County Meath, soldier of Sieur Mulrany, Lee’s Irish Regiment in which he served 24 years, confirmed by his certificate. His weak vision and other troubles put him out of service, Married in Loraine. Catholic.

 

 

Received 1st March 1715

Died 30th December 1724

Denis Ryrdan Irish, aged 68 years, of Fourgusse County Cork Corporal of Sieur Lincoln, Lee’s Irish regiment under Montcassel in which he served 28 years which is confirmed by his certificate, his weakness of vision along with his infirmities puts him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

Received 12th July 1715

Died 12 November 1721. at the Havre of Grace ATD  

Daniel Rierdane aged 62 of Pary County Cork, soldier of Sieur Gilagh, Dillon’s Irish regiment in which he has served 22 years confirmed by his certificate, is very troubled by a complete decente of his right side along with which he is troubled by his right foot from a bomb fragment at the Siege of Landau and of his left shoulder of a sabre cut which he received at Cassano in Italy, putting him out of service, Catholic.

 

 

Received 3rd January 1716

Died 7th September 1731

Denis Raymond aged 55  of Monoloüyd, County Wexford, Cavalier of Sieur Prendergast lieutenantcColonel of Nugent’s Irish regiment under Sheldon, in which he has served 24 years, confirmed by his certificate, and says he has served 2 years in Montcassel’s. He is troubled by his left leg from a coup of -cannon at Malplaquet which along with his other wounds puts him out of service. Wigmaker by trade, Catholic.

 

 

Received 15April 1723

Died 25 November 1733 at Brouage ATD.

Mortagh Rogan aged 60 of Laeneling County Down, soldier of Sieur Cantillon,  Roth’s Irish Regiment under of Orrington, in which he says he has served 32 years and 6 months. His leave paper dated 6th April 1723. He is troubled by several wounds received on different occasions which put him out of service, Catholic

 

 

Received unknown

Michel Rafther of County Kilkenny

Received 8th March 1736

Edmond Roche of Kelkoran County Tipperary in Ireland

Received 27th November 1727

Hugues Rogers of Fasfoisse County Tyrone in Ireland

Received 22nd January 1728

Patrick Reynolds of Helvin County Mollingar .Married in Saint Germain in Laye

Received 10th June 1728

Richard Redding aged 55 of Gortnagross, County Cork

Received 19th January 1736

Hechebade Rabusson (Robinson?) / laville in County Dublin

Received 9th October 1738

Edmond Raymond, aged 75 years, of Balitarsny, County Wexford

Received 30th October 1738

Nicolas Reid of Castelnac County Dublin

Received 6th August 1739

Richard Rochefort of Laragh County Dublin

Received 9th October 1738

Edmond Raymond, aged 75 of Balitarsny, County Wexford

Received 30th October 1738

Nicholas Reid / Castelnac County Dublin

Received 6th August 1739

Richard Rochefort of Laragh County Dublin

Received 5th October 1741

Edmond Reilly of the town and County of Cavan

Received16th November 1741

Simon Ryan of Carrig County Tipperary

Received 30th November 1741

Arthur Redmond aged 64 Nockmor County Wexford

Received : 16th January 1744

Peter Reilly of the town and County of Dublin

Received 23rd April 1744

Eugene Reilly of Kalissandry County Cavan

Received 19th May 1746

Peter Redmond of Nacmou County Wexford

Received 15th June 1747

Cornelius Ronan of Dracodet County Meath. Married.

Received 22nd June 1747

Miles Reiden of Carigthowhill County Cork

Received 11th August 1757

John Rierdan of the town and County of Cork

Received 18th August 1729

Matthew Ryan of Cariguine County Tipperary. Married in Paris

Received 25th June 1719

Terence Reilly of Menalty County Meath

Received 12th May 1763

Jack Roussell of Carlimfort

Received 25th August 1735

Richard Rony (Rooney?), of Donidey County Kildare

Received July 1735

John Raymond Irish

Received 30th September 1723

Matthew Ryan of Dublin

Received 1st October 1722

Dermott Ryan Irish