Received 3rd April 1705

Died 7th December 1729

Bernard de Salle aged 50 of County Tipperary, reformation captain at the suite of Lee’s Irish Infantry Regiment, in which he has served 10 years as much in that capacity as lieutenant in the King of England’s Guards Corps, 18 months as captain in the King of England’s Cavalry Regiment in Ireland, 2 years as captain and lieutenant in O’Brien’s in Ireland, 6 months as lieutenant and Aydemajor in Clare’s, and 5 years as reformation lieutenant and cadet under Hamilton. He is greatly troubled by both his knees with sciatica, combined with his wounds putting him out of service, He bears an order from Mr. Chamillart to be received. Married in Nantes. Catholic.

 

 

Received 12th November 1706

 

Cornelius Soüillevan aged 34 of St Michel, County Cork, soldier of Sr. Galway, Galmoy’s Regiment under Berwick, in which he has served 14 years borne out by his certificate. He has had his left arm “cut” after a rifle shot at Cassano. Catholic.

1st September 1720. Cornelius Soüillevan of St Michel Irish being of the Comp. of Sr. Loser ATD and garrison at Guillaume in Provence having deserted the Comp. 30. June last, monsieur the governor having …..

 

Daniel Spelart aged 22 of County Cork, dragoon of Sr. Corbet, Queen of England’s Dragoons Regiment in which he says he has served a year and a half, has had his right hand carried away by a grenade fragment at the Hogue lors as the Vaisseaux yont été bruslez. Catholic.  
9 December 1699. He was expelled by order of Mr. the Marquis of Barbesieux, being of the Detachment of the Company of Cabut in Garrison à Guise for having revolted against the Officer of the said Garrison, and having mis epée at the m….

   

 

Received 15th March 1715

Died 30 December 1722 at Sommières ATD.

Richard Schepporte aged 60 of Charlemont, Ireland, sergeant of Sr. Chevalier of Peppered, Berwick’s Irish Regiment in which he has served 22 years (confirmed by his certificate). His troubles put him out of service. Vitrier by trade. Catholic.

 

 

Received 15th March 1715

 

Patrice Schyle aged 45 of St Denis near Cork, soldier of Sr. Nugent, lieutenant colonel of Berwick’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 20 years (confirmed by his certificate) and says that he again served 5 years. He is very troubled by his right arm due to a rifle shot at Cassano which combined with his other infirmities puts him out of service. Catholic.

2 July 1720. Patrice Schyle Irish being of the Company of Sr. Brissoniere ATD in garrison à Sommieres deserted his Company 13 February of the same year m. the governor by letter of the 26 May following ….

 

 

 

 

Received 30th July 1693

Died 13 April 1694

William Scolé aged 26 years, of Queens County, Ireland, soldier of Sr. Mahony, Regiment of Limerick, in which he says he has served 2 years, is crippled of the left having had demise of a fall which had made in pursuit of the enemies in the mountains whilst in a commandment between Briançon and Guillestre. Catholic.

 

 

 

Received 18th March 1694

He gave up his place on 9th March 1696 Given £15 for his journey and his certificates were returned to him.

Anthony Sullivan aged 32 of County Cork, reformation officer in the company of Clancarty’s Regiment, in which he says he has served 3 years, as well as 3 in Ireland as captain. His left arm is crippled from a musket shot which he received in a sortie he was commanding at Embrun (confirmed by his certificate). Married and has brought his wife to Paris. Catholic.

 

 

Received 18th November 1717

Died 4th February 1728

John Baptiste Smith aged 57 of Paris, parish of St Leu St Gilles, originally from Ireland, soldier of the colonel Lee’s Regiment in which he has served more than 2 years, and apparently 14 years in the of the King’s Regiment under Hugues and Lassay (confirmed by his certificates dated 29th October 1717and 14th November,1717. He says that he has also served 11 years in the Royal Regiment and 3 years in the French Guards Regiment. He is very troubled by his eyesight having fort basse combined with several wounds which he has received on different occasions which make him entirely incapable of continuing his services. Catholic.

 

 

 

 

Received 22nd July 1723

Died 5th March 1757

Edmond Smith aged 30, of Kells, County Meath, soldier of Sr. Maguin, Lee’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 10 years, according to his certificate dated the 10th July1723. His right thigh is crippled due to being broken in a fall he had the Nuict of the haut of the Rampart being in faction at Avesnes-sur-Helpe which puts him out of service. Married in Arras. Catholic

 

 

Received 2nd October 1692

Sent back 6th March 1693 being totally cured. Given £6 for his journey

Daniel Semit aged 32 of County Dabreden, soldier of Sr. Ocanel, Irish Marines Regiment, in which he has dit avoir served 4 years, is fort troubled of the hanche right by sciatic gout which puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 4th June 1706 

 

Michel Soulevant Sr. St Michel, aged 40 years, of County Cork in Ireland, captain at the Regiment of Infantry of Desfeugeretz, in which he has served 5 years as much in that capacity as lieutenant, sub-lieutenant and cadet, apparently 3 years as cavalier in the Regiment of Berry, and 11 years of cadet in the Irish regiment of Bourke, is fort troubled by the gravelle depuis one months combined with a Rheumatism universal of all the body puts him out of service. He bears an order from Mr. Chamillart to be received. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

 

 

 

Received 8th October 1706

Died 6th September 1714. at Arras being lieutenant ATD.

Henry Scheridon aged 45 of Belturbeth, County Cavan, lieutenant reformation at the suite of the Regiment of Berwick, in which he has served, 3 years in that capacity, apparently 13 years of lieutenant in Galmoy and Charlemont, one year as captain in Second in O’Neill in Ireland, 2 years \z captain in O’Reilly, 2 years of ensign in Montjoye and 3 months as cadet in Orrington in Ireland, is fort troubled of a Paralysis universal which puts him out of service. He bears an order from Mr. Chamillart to be received. Catholic.

 

 

Received 22nd March 1715

Sent back and given a new escu. (possibly a gold or silver coin)

Edmond Savage Irish, aged 55 years, of Down Patrick, County Down, soldier of Sr. Oberne Berwick’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served 15 years, comme il is Porte in his certificate, and apparently dit avoir served 5 years in Bourke, his troubles put him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

 

 

Received 5th August 1707

Died 3rd May 1724

Michael Sckinlan aged 55 of Carnwoel, County Kerry, reformation captain at the suite of O'Brien's Infantry Regiment under Clare, in which he has served 17 years as much in that capacity as of captain and of lieutenant, and apparently 2 years in Ireland in capacity of captain and of lieutenant at the same Regiment, is fort troubled of all the left side and of a difficult of speech caused by a paralysis which luy is venue of a grande maladie, combined with several wounds put him out of service, He bears an order from Mr. Chamillart to be received. Married in Ireland. Catholic.

 

 

Received 18th May 1708

Died 23rd February 1743

Owen Soüillevan Irish, aged 44 years, of Killarney, County Kerry, sergeant of Sr. Dillon lieutenant colonel of the Irish regiment of Dillon, in which he has served 20 years which is since the arrival of the troops Irish in France, borne out in his certificate, à eu the arm right carried away by a cannon shot at the Siege of Lerida , He bears an order from Mr. the Marquis of Chamillart to be received. Married in St Germain in Laye . Catholic.

1st April 1734 Owen Soüillevan Irish soldier of the company of the St Hamonths ATD a Landskroon 99109 a était rayé of the Registers of l' Hostel having he gave up his place the 22 March last voluntarily and by Ecrit to he false claims which he had madei. Pardoned  

 

 

 

Received 20th July 1708

Died 19th February 1725

John Soüillevan Irish, aged 42 years, of Limerick, soldier of Sr. Butler, Irish regiment OF Orrington, in which he has served 14 years, borne out in his certificate, and dit avoir again served apparently in Sheldon of Cavalry, is very troubled of a Colic Nephritic depuis trois years combined with his deafness and other infirmities puts him out of service. Married in Paris 75056. Catholic.

 

 

 

 

Received 28th September 1708

 

Nicolas Skyddy Irish, aged 72 years, of Cork in Ireland, lieutenant reformation at the suite of the Regiment of Infantry of Orrington order Lee, in which he has served 17 years in that capacity is very troubled of the Gravelle and by gout for the last six years which puts him out of service. He bears an order from the Marquis of Chamillart to be received. Catholic.

 

 

Received 5th October 1708   Died 22nd December 1728  

Patrice Skyddy aged 56 of MacKenum County Cork, reformation lieutenant at the suite of the premier battalion of the Regiment of Infantry of Berwick, in which he has served 7 years in that capacity apparently 3 years as reformation lieutenant in Clare’s and 17 years in Berwick and the Guards of the King of England, is tress troubled of a Décente of the deux castes for the last three years which puts him out of service. He bears an order from Mr. de Chamillart to be received. Catholic.

   

 

Received 4th January 1709    

Michael Smith aged 53 of Cavan, cavalier of the master of Camp of Mugent's Regiment under Sheldon, in which he has a served 17 years, ainsi as porte his certificate, is very troubled by a décente of Boyaux complete of the cost gauche depuis quatre years which puts him out of service, is Catholic  

   

Received 5th June 1711

Died 30 October 1719 at Montreuil ATD.

John Shine known as St John aged 40 years, of Clonfert diocese of Cork in Ireland, soldier of the Company of Sauer of Callaghan, O’Brien's Irish regiment , in which he has a served 17 years, comme il parroit by his certificate, is crippled of the left arm by a rifle shot which he received at the battle of Ramillies which puts him entierement out of état of ne pouvoir plus continuer of servir, and is à present of a Company of Invalids which is à Amiens. Catholic.  

   

 

Received 5th June 1711

Died 3rd November 1714

John Suigan Irish, aged 72 years, of Mollingar in Ireland, soldier of Sr. Bourke, Regiment O’Donnell, in which he has a served 16 borne out in his certificate, and apparently dit avoir served 3 years in Clare, à perdu l'oeil gauche and a peine à voire a se conduire of l'autre of a fluxion combined with his Caducity puts him out of service, and sort à present of a Company of Invalids which is at Amiens. Catholic  

 

 

 

Received 27th September 1709

 

Walter Skelton, Irish, aged 50 years, of Waxford in Ireland, soldier of Sr. Dudley Fitzgerald, O’Donnell's Regiment  under Fitzgerald and the dragoons of Dunghan, in which he has served 19 years, ainsi as porte his certificate, is very troubled by the reings provenant of avoir esté fouled aux pieds of the Horses at the Combat of Audenarde , combined with a décente and his weak eyesight puts him out of service. Married in Ireland. Catholic  

 

 

 

Received 14th November 1697

 
Theodore Soüilevant Irish, aged 22 years, of County Cork, soldier of Sr. Rock, Regiment of Lee, in which he has dit avoir served 4 years, àeu the arm gauche “cut” ensuite of a rifle shot which he received at the months of June last étant in a party Commanded by Sr. Fitzgerald aux environs of Mons . Catholic,  
14th November 1700 deserted of the detachment of the Company of Sr. of the Rougerie in garrison à Bapaume  à all emporté à the reserve of the rifle and of the fourniment  

 

 

Received 25th February 1700

Died 19th December 1706 at Arras ATD.

Daniel Soüillevan aged 55 of County Cork, soldier of Sr. Dunstall, Regiment of Orrington order Athlone, in which he has dit avoir served 9 years, He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Married in Ireland. Catholic  

 

 

Received 18th March 1700

Died 19 September 1714 at Bergues ATD.

Daniel Shée Irish, aged 44 years, of County Cork, soldier of Sr. Hartt, Regiment of Dillon under Greder-alemand, furstemberg and Hamilton, in which he has served 28 years, specified in his certificate, He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Married in Paris. Catholic  

   

 

Received 19th August 1700

Gave up his place 2nd May 1703. Given £30 for his journey et his certificates were returned to him

John Soullivane aged 32 of Limerick, soldier of Sr. Fitzgerald, Regiment of Clare, in which he has served 12 years, comme il parroist by his certificate, He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Catholic.  

 

 

Received 1st April 1700   Died 7th March 1717
Daniel Soüillevan de St Barry aged 35 of Cork, soldier of Sr. Maggy, Regiment of Dillon, in which he has served 10 years, specified in his certificate. Catholic  

   

 

Received 22nd April 1700   Died 28th April 1711 at Arras ATD.  
Theodore Soüillevan Rierdan, aged 65 years, of Cork, soldier of Sr. Lesseville lieutenant colonel of the Regiment of Thoy under of Lee, Moncassel, Greder alemand, furstemberg, and Hamilton, in which he has served 29 years, ainsi as porte his certificate, He bears an order from Mgr. the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Catholic  

   

Received 22nd April 1700   31 December 1700 he deserted the hostel and emporté the deux garnitures of linge of l'hôtel and the key to his wardrobe.  
Germain Soullevan Berre Irish, aged 52 years, of County Cork, soldier of Sr. Galifer, Regiment of Dillon, under Greder alemand, furstemberg and Hamilton, in which he has served 19 years, borne out in his certificate, is included in the same order from the Seigneur. Married in Paris. Catholic  

   

 

Received 28th October 1700   Died 6th June 1731
Cornelius Soüillevan aged 30 of Limerick, soldier of Sr. Jack Dillon, Irish regiment of Dillon, in which he has served 10 years and demy, is crippled of the pied gauche of a musket shot which he received at the Siege of Barcelona , ainsi as porte his certificate. Catholic.  

   

 

Received 25th November 1700    
Cornelius Schihan Irish, aged 50 years, of County Limerick, soldier of Sr. Mattcarty, Regiment of Lee under Greder alemand, furstemberg and Hamilton, in which he has served 24 years, ainsi as porte his certificate, is fort troubled of a oppression of stomach following the Siege of Reinsfeld which puts him out of service. Catholic.  

   

 

Received 11th February 1717

Died 19 January 1719 at Antibes or Ardres ATD.  
Richard Stokes Irish, aged 53 years, of Moncarthy County Tipperary, soldier of Sr. Bourke at the Irish regiment of Lee under Montcassel and O Donnell, in which he has served 28 years ainsi as porte his certificate, is troubled by the arm and of l'Epaule right of deux coups of rifle which he receut l'un at the Siege of Turin and the other at the combat of Cassano which puts him out of service. Married in Douai. Catholic.  

 

   

Received 22nd November 1696 Died 16th April 1710

Bernard Smith Irish, aged 43 years, of Cavan in Ireland, soldier of the Company of Sr. Dutton, Regiment of the Guards of the King of England, in which he has dit avoir served 5 years, and apparently 5 in Ireland, is crippled of the arm gauche of a musket shot which he received at the Combat of Sainte Croix which puts him out of service. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

 

Received 18th September 1698   Died 15th February 1737
John Senott aged 50 years, of County Westford, soldier of the colonel of the Regiment of Dillon, in which he has dit avoir served 9 years, and apparently 7 in Ireland, is crippled of the leg gauche of a coup of pierre which he received during the attack on the palisades at the Siege of Barcelona , combined with his other wounds putting him out of service. Catholic.  

   

   

Received 18th July 1697

Gave up his place 3rd April 1699. Given £30 for his journey and his certificates were returned to him.

Daniel Slatterie Irish, aged 43 years, of County Cork, soldier of the colonel of the Regiment Royal Anglois, in which he has served 10 years as much in France qu'en Ireland, à eu the arm right emporté of a Volée of Canon at the Combat of St Croix , the all borne out by his certificate. Married in Paris. Charbonnier by trade. Catholic.  

 

 

Received 18th July 1697 as soldier to the recovery unit

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

Received permanently 31st Oct. 1697
Denis Soulevane Irish, aged 34 years, of County Cork, soldier of Sr. Skelton lieutenant colonel of the Regiment of Clare, in which he has servi6 years, borne out by his certificate, is crippled of the hanche gauche of a esclat of pierre caused by l'effet of a boulet of Canon which he received at the Siege of Valence combined with a musket shot which he received at the pied gauche à the same occasion puts him out of service. Married in Paris. Tailor of habits by trade. Catholic.  

 

Received 27th February 1698

Died 15th October 1700 ATD of the Company of Sr. the Lande in Garrison at Hedin.

Germain Soulevan aged 65 years, of Cork, soldier of Sr. Condon, Regiment of Lee order Montcassel, in which he has served 7 years, apparently 4 years in Greder alemand, 12 in furstemberg and 6 in Hamilton, the all ainsi as porte his certificate, his weakness of Veüe combined with his wounds and troubles putting him out of service. Catholic.  

   

 

 

   

Received 20th March 1698   Died 12th February 1711 at Arras ATD.  
John Baptiste Soulenant Irish, aged 45 years, of County Cork, soldier of Sr. MacDonald Regiment of Lee order Montcassel Greder alemand, furstamberg, and Hamilton, in which he has served 29 years, ainsi as porte his certificate, his wounds and incommodities putting him out of service. Catholic.  

 

 

Received 10th April 1698   Sent back. Given £28 for his journey.
Edmond Synane Irish, aged 49 years, of County Clare, sergeant of Sr. Chapelle, Regiment of Orrington, under the Guards of the King of England, in which he has served 10 years, apparently 17 years in Tarjey, Navaille, furstemberg, and Hamilton, is crippled of the arm gauche of a musket shot which he received at the Siege of Ath, the all borne out by his certificate, which combined with his other wounds putting him out of service. Catholic.  

   

 

Received 6th May 1698    Deserted 6th December 1715
André Soüillevan Irish, aged 18 years, of Dublin, soldier of the Company colonel of the Regiment of Dillon, in which he has dit avoir served 7 years, à eu the arm gauche “cut” ensuite of a musket shot which he received at the Siege of Barcelona . Catholic  

   

 

Received 25th December 1698   Died 6th October 1725 at Boulogne being lieutenant of a Company ATD.  

Robert Smith Irish, aged 42 years, of Galloway, lieutenant reformation at the suite of the Regiment of Lutrell under the Reine of England, in which he has served 7 years and apparently 7 in Ireland, is crippled of the pied right of a musket shot which he received at the Siege of Barcelona , He bears an order from Monseig. the Marquis of Barbesieux to be admis in cet hostel. Married in Paris 75056. Catholic.

Gave  up his place February 1715 at the hostel  the King having granted him a pension of 300 moyennant laquelle il a abandoned led. hostel poursuivant l'order from the King cy dessub-transcript. [signe] Voysin.  
29 October 1714. Il is rentré by order from the Monseg. à condition of remettre his pension ?  
27 august 1721. Robert Smith officer a deserted l'hôtel and a emporté the deux garnitures of Linge.  
6 July 1724. Il is rentré by order from Monseig of breteuil.  

 

Received 15th July 1694   Died 2nd November 1695
Philippes Soüillevan Irish, aged 22 years, of County Kerry, soldier of Sr. Ogan, Regiment of Montcassel, in which he has served 8 years comme il paroist by his certificate, is crippled of the left Cuisse of a fall which he made in the tranchées of Montmeillan which puts him out of service. Catholic.  

   

 

 

Received 13th May 1694

Daniel Suilluiane Irish, aged 60 years, of County Kerry, sergeant of Sr. of Coghlane, Regiment of Lee, in which he has served 3 years, apparently 2 in the Company franche of Fitzgerald, 7 in the Regiment of Hamilton, 7 in celuy of Milord of Insequin, and 5 in Mouskry, Il is Porte by his certificate which he served 24 years, is fort troubled by a coup of Sabre which he received at the arm gauche in a detachment aux environs of Strasbourg 67482 combined with his other wounds putting him out of service. Catholic.  

 

 

Received 25th November 1684

Gave up his place 21st July 1687. Given £15 for his journey  
Daniel Schinan Irish, aged 70 years, of Limbric in Ireland, Cavalier of Sr. Longchisne Regimt. of Belleguard, and apn Dubordage in which he has served 10 years borne out by his certificate, and 14 which he dit avoir served apparently in the Regt. of the Duke Dyor, as much in capacity of ensign as of lieutenant. Catholic  

   

Received 23rd June 1702  

 
Milles Swiny Irish, aged 55 years, of County Clare, soldier of Sr. Barry, Regiment of Clare, in which he has served a an, apparently 9 years in the English Gendarmes, 8 years as cadet in Lionnois, and 8 years in Hamilton, Il is Porte in l'un of the certificates which he served 34 years, his wounds and incommodities put him out of service. Married in Bruxelles. Catholic.  

 

 

Received 20th April 1703   Died 4th May 1750  
Terence Swyny Irish, aged 33 years, of Glanovert? in Ireland, ensign of the Company of Sr. of Barnewall lieutenant colonel of the Regiment of Infantry of Galmoy, under Charlemont, in which he has served 12 years, as much in that capacity as of cadet, and apparently 2 years in Ireland, is crippled of the Cuisse right of a cannon shot, and of a musket shot at the travers the Corps which he received à l'affaire of Chiari 99127, He bears an order from Monseigneur Chamillart to be received, is Catholic.  

 

 

 

Received 24th October 1704

Died 17th October 1714 at Brouage ATD.

John Squidy Irish, aged 66 years, of Cork in Ireland, soldier of Sr. David Barry, Regiment of Clare under furstemberg and Hamilton, in which he has served 33 years (borne out by his certificate). His wounds and troubles put him out of service. Catholic.

   

 

Received 29th June 1703  

Died 13th April 1725 at Belleisle ATD  

Darby Shaughnessy Irish, aged 28 years, of County Monahan, Grenadier of Sr. Eustace, Regiment. of Fitzgerald under Albemarle, in which he has served 12 years, ainsi as porte his certificate, is Crippled of the arm gauche of a musket shot which he received at the Siege of Castiglione. Catholic.  

   

 

 

Received 6th July 1703

 

Anthony Soüillevan Irish, aged 30 years, of County Kerry, soldier of Sr. Edme Dillon lieutenant colonel of the Regiment of Dillon under Limerick, in which he has served 14 years, ainsi as porte his certificate, is crippled of the pied right of a rifle shot which he received à l'affaire of Cremona. Catholic.  

 

 

Received 8th August 1704 

Sent back. Given £? pounds  

John Soüillevan known as St John aged 50 years, of Dublin soldier of Sr. Butler, Regiment of Orrington under the Guards of the King of England, in which he has served 14 years, ainsi as porte his certificate, is fort troubled of the douleurs which he resçent by all the corps depuis 18 months combined with Urine retention puts him out of service. Married in Paris. Glovemaker by trade. Catholic.

 

 

Received 5th January 1714     

Edmond Smith Irish, aged 32 years, of Belfast County Antrim, soldier of the colonel of the Regiment O’Brien under Clare, in which he has served 10 years, borne out in his certificate, and deputies he has again served 5 and a half years in the dragoons of Hondelot, is crippled of the arm right of a rifle shot which he received à the battle of Ramillies , il sort à present of a Company of Invalids which is à Amiens . Married in Gand Catholic.

15th May 1716, being of the Company of Sr. of the Cost ATD in garrison at St Malo 35288, à esté chassed of that Company by order from the Counsel of war having been accused under and same imprisoned for avoir volé the nommé Adri  

 

 

Received 26th May 1713  

 

Daniel Sirrine Irish, aged 47 years, of Killianne County Cavan, Grenadier of the Company of Sr. of McMahon, Irish regiment O’Donnell under Fitzgerald and Athlone, in which he has served l'espace of 21 years, comme il paroist by his certificate, is tress troubled of a décente combined with his other troubles put him entierement out of estat of ne pouvoir plus continuer his services. Catholic.  
8 November 1728. soldier of the Company of Sr. of Louvigny ATD à Salins his name was crossed out in the Registers of l' Hôtel as no news had been received of him since July when he left the hostel having Empor  

   

 

 

Received 16th June 1713

 

Michel Siourtan Irish, aged 36 years, of Dublin, grenadier of Sr. Bourke, Berwick'd Regiment, in which he has served 18 years, (borne out by his certificate) He has had his left cuisse “cut” after a cannon shot which he received at the Siege of Lerida , and he comes at present from a Company of Invalids which is at Bordeaux. Draper by trade. Catholic.  

 

 

 

Received 23rd March 1714

 

John Soulivan Irish, aged 23 years, of Cork, Grenadier of Sr. Lynch, Irish regiment of Dillon, in which he has dit avoir served 6 years, is crippled of the Leg right of a rifle shot which he received at the Siege of Landau. he is one of the number of the Invalids received at Strasbourg Catholic.

2 June 1714. he deserted from the Company of the Sr of Armentieres ATD in garrison à Strasbourg.

 

Received 27th April 1714

Died 17th August 1732

Nicholas Smith Irish, aged 60 years, of Killaloës County Meath, soldier of the colonel of the Irish regiment of Bourke, in which he has served 20 years, borne out in his certificate, his deafness combined with his weak vision and other troubles putting him out of service. Married in his own country. Catholic.  

   

 

 

Received 20th August 1706

Died 16th September 1723

Antoine Soüillevan Irish, aged 72 years, of Dunlo County Kerry, soldier of the Company Irish of Sr. Cotte serving in the Province of Languedoc, in which he has served 2 years, apparently 7 years in the Regiment of Galmoy, 5 years in the Queen of England of Cavalry, 7 years in furstemberg and Hamilton, 9 years in Jonin of Cavalry, 10 years again in Hamilton, and 16 years in Douglas, his certificate bears out that he has served 32 years, is fort troubled of the veue which puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 1st December 1685

Sent back Given £15 for his journey

Nicolas Sastar known as The Fountain, aged 55 years, Irish, soldier of Sr. Bocquier, Regiment of Vermandois, in which he has served 10 years, borne out in his certificate, dit apparently avoir served dix other années in divers Regiments. He has become asthmatic. Catholic.

 

 

Received 1st October 1744.

 

Charles Sletcher Irish, aged 80 years, of monsterwey County Kildare in Ireland, Caporal of the Sr of Dillon Irish Regiment of Roth in which he has served 34 years, is usé. Catholic

   

 

 

Received 17th February 1685

Died 12th December 1691

Antoine Servet known as Marcheaterre Irish of Nation, aged 60 years, soldier of Sr. Mateissye, French Guards Regiment in which he has served 26 years consecutively (borne out by his certificate). Catholic.

 

 

 

Received 28th December 1670 as soldier

 

Bernard Simon known as the fountain aged of 65 years, of Ireland, Caporal in the company. Dorty at the regiment of the guards in which he has a served 25 years and 7 years apparently in the regiment. of Ireland, commanded by Sr. of bely, a receu plusiers. wounds, is He bears an certificate of his captain dated 19th September 1670 having been examined at the Counsel the 27th December, where Mr. lebret and St. Sandoux were present, he entered into the hostel as soldier  28th December 1670. Married.

 

 

Received 28th September 1675 as soldier  Died 9th March 1676 in the Hostel 

Simon Stack known as St. Simon aged 40 years, of Hartiriork in Ireland, soldier in the company of Sr. Charles Carthy captain. at the regiment. of infantry of Hamilton in which he has served for 4 years, is crippled of the deux legs and of the arm gauche of coups of muskets which he receut a the battle which s'est Given £pres of Strasbourg. He is entirely out of service. Single. Catholic.

 

Received  6th June 1676 as soldier

Gave up his place 23rd August 1676. Given £15 to return to his own country.  

Chrehon O'Sullivan Irish, aged 42 years, soldier in the Comp. of Sr. of Vallois comdt. the regiment of Hamilton in which he has a served five years, is crippled of the left arm from a musket shot which he received during the last campaign at the passage of the Rhine which puts him entirely out of service. He bears a certificate from his Captain dated 2nd May 1676. Single. Catholic.

 

 

Cornelius Shea Irish, age of 21 years, soldier in the colonel of the Regiment of Hamilton in which he has served 3 years, is troubled of the maladie venerienne comme il apert by the certificate of the medecin of Toul dated 25th May 1676, is bearer of the passport of his major aussy dated dudts. jour and An as dessus, Single. Catholic.

Refused attend qu'il n'est pas of the capacity require.

Given £15 or se faire guerir the 6e juin 1676.

 

 

Received 6th June 1676 as soldier

Died 11th August 1680

Denis Shea Irish, age of 34 years. soldier in the company of Sr. Marc Caritt captain. at the regiment. of Hamilton in which he has a served 5 années, is crippled aux reins of a coup of musket which he receut the campagne last. at the passage of the Rhine and which puts him entierement out of service, is bearer of the certificate of his captain dated 16th May 1676 and of the passport of Mr.  Pizieux Governor of Verdun. Single. Catholic.

 

 

Received 13th June 1676

13 June 1676. refused attend qu'il n'est point crippled and as the certificate as the medecin luy a Given £15 for returned in his own country.

Jack Sheridan Irish, aged 24 years. soldier in the company of Sr. Gerardin Capitan at the regiment of Hamilton in which he has a served pendant five années a esté wounded in the cuisse gauche of a coup of musket qu'il y receut the campagne last in Allemagne.  He bears an passport of Sr. Britton his Major, and of the certificate from the doctor at Toul Hospital dated 19th May 1676 comme for guerir of his maladie, il faut qu'il reprenne his air natal. Single. Catholic.

 

 

 

Received 22nd August 1676

22nd August 1676 he wanted to returned to his own country after being received and was given £24

Jeremy Shar Irish, age of 26 years, soldier of Ramsey at the regiment Royal of Montmoult in which he has a served 3 years is completely out of service since his right leg was crippled by a coup of musket shot during he last campaign. at the passage of the Rhine. is bearer of the conge of his captain in dated 17th July 1676. Single and R. P. R. (protestant)

 

Received 20th June 1676 as soldier

Died 19th May 1677.

Remon Stapleton Irish, aged approximately 50 years, soldier in the comp. of Sr. of Provenchere lieutenant colonel of Vendosme's Regiment in which he has served 15 yearss and of in which he has sort presently, dit avoir apparently served 16 years in the regimentss Champag and of Harcourt, is entierement out of service for avoir esté blessé at the pied gauche qu'il receut at the Siege of Haguenau , is bearer of the certificate of his lieutenant colonel dated 5th May, and of the route of M. l'Intendant of Chalons of the 7 of the pest. Single. Catholic.

 

 

  Refused attend 6 March 1677 because he has only 6 years service and is not crippled. Given £15 to return home.

Denis Suiny Irish, aged 60 years, sergeant of Valois at the Regt. Dongan in which he has a served 6 years, ne peut plus servir a cause of his age is bearer of the certificate of his lieutenant colonel in date of the 15 February. last. Single. Married Catholic.

 

 

Received 27March 1677

Died 22 February 1679

Guillaume Scharnesy dit the Vallée of Ireland age of 46 years Brigadier in the Me. of Camp of the regiment. of Bleyny in which he has a served 17 years as much comme Cavalier qu'en the dite capacity ainsy qu'il apert by the certificate of his Me. of Camp in date of the 7e of the present dit avoir 8 other années in the Me. of Camp of the regiment of Renel ne peut plus continuer his services for the infirmities qu'luy sont venues. Il n'est pas Married Catholic.

20th March 1677 S'estant presented yvre at the Counsel Il fut mis prisoner and remis à huitaine auquel Jour il a esté receu comme Cavalier.

 

 

 

Received 1st March 1715

Died 30th March 1715 at Provins being en route to the garrison at fort Grifon, Besançon  

John Stapleton Irish, aged 62 years, of Talach near Cork, sergeant of Sr. of Colgreatt, Lee's rish regiment , under Montcassel, in which he has at served 28 years, Comme il appert by his certificate, his troubles combined with at his Infirmities putting him out of estat à ne plus Continuer his services. Catholic.

 

 

 

Received 1st March 1715

Died 12 February 1720 at  Ayguesmortes ATD  

Arthur Sally Irish, aged 52 years, of Eskimille County Harmack, soldier of Sr. of McDermott, Irish regiment of Galmoy under Charlemont, in which he has at served 23 years, ainsi as porte his certificate, his wounds and troubles putting him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 5th March 1716

Died 18 December 1726

Edmond Soigny Irish, aged 60 years, of Cork in Ireland, one of the English Gendarmes commanded bythe Marquis of Verdrom, in which he has served for 6 years apparently 10 years in Vaudemont and 8 years in the Dragoons of the King of England, All borne out by his certificate, his wounds and infirmities putting him out of service. Catholic.

 

Received 23rd June 1718

 

John Sadlier Irish, aged 52 years, of Colrene County Antrim, Ireland, Cavalier of Sr. of Coughlin, Nugent's Irish regiment under Sheldon in which he has served 25 years, (confirmed by his certificate dated 8th June 1718.

 

 

Received 14th July 1729

Died 30th October 1731at Peronne ATD

Patrice Schiel Irish, aged 65 years of Belfast, County Antrim, soldier of Sr. of Ranleigh Berwick’s Irish Regiment in which he has served 9 years, apparently 20 years in Galmoy's Regiment, mentioned in his certificate dated of the 28 May last, his incommodities putting him out of service. Catholic

 

 

 

Received 18th August 1695

 Sent Back. Given £14 for his journey.

Germain Soüillevan (Sullivan), aged 60 of County Kerry, soldier of Sr. Dermod Mahouy lieutenant colonel of the Regiment of Limerick, in which he has dit avoir served 8 years as much in France qu'en Ireland, à eu the reings rompus of a fall which he made l'année last in the montagnes of Piedmont being in a Party Commanded in pursuit of the Barbets which combined with a musket coup which he received to his right knee on the same occasion puts him out of service. Married in Paris Tailor by trade. Catholic

 

Received 23rd June 1718

John Sadler aged 52 of Cobrene, County Antrim.Cavalier  

Received 28th October 1734

Laurence Salle Irish

Received 3rd January 1736

Michel Swiny of Westmeath

Received July 1720 John Soüillevan / Mokrom, County Cork in Ireland  
Received unknown   Thady Schibann / Mackwor County Cork in Ireland  
Received unknown   John Scheredann / town in County Cavan in Ireland  
Received 20th July 1721   Denis Soullevan, Irish, aged 50 years, of Cork in Ireland,  
Received 26th June 1727   Terence Swiny / Middleton County Cork in Ireland / Married in Metz
Received 21st June 1736   David Scott of the town and County of Kilkenny
Received 4th December 1727   Daniel Shée of the town and County of Cork
Received 21st March 1737   Olivier Shortall of the town and county of Kilkenny in Ireland. Married in Paris
Received 15th September 1740   Jack Schée of  Breff County Limerick in Ireland  
Received 28th July 1720   Bartholomew Shihy of the Kenay, County Kerry
Received 18th February 1720   John Steil of Dublin. Married in Meziere.
Received 16November 1741   John Sheehan of the town and county of Forest in Ireland  
Received 9January 1744   Thomas Stanley of Landscourogh County Longford  
Received 6January 1746   Martin Smith of Raffo County Donegal  
Received 13 August 1719   Colomb Shea of  Loghquil County Antrim  
Received 27/10/1757   Michel Shée of Kilkenny  
Received 5th February 1761   Felix Short of Sprinton in Ireland. Married  
Received 31st March 1763   Alexander Smidar of Dublin  
Received 1st September 1735   Germain Soulevin of Pintzy