Received 20th January 1708

Died 20th May 1714 at Hougue ATD

John Tressy aged 70 of Portumna, County Galway, cavalier of Sr. Dossemont, Bourbon’s Regiment, in which he has served 10 years, as well as 27 years in the Regiments of Clare under Greder-Allemand, Furstemberg and Hamilton (confirmed by his certificate). His troubles put him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 18th June 1693

Died 7 March 1701 at Montreuil sur Mer ATD.

Terence Tenehar aged 23 of Limerick, soldier of Sr. Kelguehan, Regiment of Milord Clare, in which he says he has served 5 years. His right leg is crippled from a musket shot which he received whilst in a detachment near Montmeillan. Butcher by trade. Catholic.

 

 

Received 9th April 1693

1st September 1695. re-entered service

Thady Gauran aged 32 of County Roscommon, soldier of Sr. Lisbosne, Dublin’s Irish Regiment in which he says he has served 2 years. His right leg is crippled from a musket shot last year at Spire, (seems from his certificate). Married in Ireland. Carpenter by trade. Catholic.

 

 

Received 31st July 1705

Died 9 May 1720.

John Tally Irish, aged 65 years, sergeant of Sr. Arthur, Orrington’s Regiment under the King of England’s Guards in which he has served 18 years, confirmed by his certificate. His weak eyesight and other troubles put him out of service. Married in Ireland. Catholic.

 

 

 

 

Received 11th February 1700

13 May 1700. gave up his place. Given £30 for his journey.

Thomas Trassy aged 36 of Cork, soldier of the colonel of Galmoy’s Regiment under the Queen of England’s Dragoons, in which he says he has served 8 years, as well as 6 years in Ireland. He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Harquebusier by trade. Catholic

 

 

Received  11th March 1700

21st May 1700 he gave up his place. Given 30 for his journey and his certificates were returned to him.

Thady Toumy aged 50 of Cork, soldier of Sr. David Barry, Clare’s Regiment, in which he has served 10 years, and apparently 9 years in Greder-Allemand and Hamilton, Confirmed by his certificate, He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

   

Received 28th July 1701

Died 12 October 1719 at Nantes ATD.

William Tracy aged 32 of County Obredary, grenadier of Sr. Galfer, Dillon’s Regiment, in which he has served 12 years, confirmed by his certificate. His right arm is crippled from a musket shot at Chiari. Catholic

   

Received 29th June 1703

 

Daniel Trohy known as Daniel aged 30 of County Tipperary, soldier of Sr. Maricourt, Leuville’s Regiment under Finquieres, in which he has served 4 years, borne out by his certificates and says he has served 8 years in the regiments of Bourke, Luttrel and the Queen of England. His left arm is crippled from a musket shot at St Antoine last years. Catholic

 

 

   

William Tressy aged 50 of County Galway, soldier of Sr. Jack Dillon, Dillon’s Regiment, in which he has served 5 years (borne out by his certificate) and says he has served 4 years in the Cavalry Lists, 4 in the Brittany Dragoons and 4 in Hamilton’s. He has received a sabre blow to his head and his left leg is crippled from a musket shot at Ther. These, combined with his other wounds, put him out of service, Catholic.

13th May 1698. he gave up his place. Given £30 for his journey and his certificates were returned to him.

 

 

   

 

Received 15th August 1697

15th May 1700 he gave up his place. Given 30 for his journey

Thomas Trassy aged 36 of Dublin, dragoon of Sr. Carroll, lieutenant colonel of the King of England’s Dragoons Regiment in which he says he has served 10 years as much in France as in Ireland. He has had his left arm “cut” after a musket shot at Valence. Married in Paris. Catholic.

 

 

Received 13th September 1686

Died 27th January 1694

Walter Tamson known as Sans Soucy aged 60, corporal of Sr. Teil, Marines Regiment, in which he has served 23 years, and apparently 8 years in Douglas’s,. His certificate confirms that he has served the King for 40 years. His have caused him the loss of an eye which puts him out of service. Catholic.

19th October 1688. he re-entered service in the Company of Sr. Chauson, Regiment of Erlach.

Since the 7th January 1689 he has been received.

 

 

 

Received 17th November 1685

Died 13 January 1706

Theodore Thiohor known as The Englishman aged 40 years, Irish, corporal of Sr. Villeras, Piedmont’s Regiment in which he has served 18 years confirmed by his certificate, as well as  2 in Douglas’s He is greatly troubled by his stomach having been buried in a explosion at Maestrich. Catholic

To recovery unit only. Afterwards he is received permanently.

 

   

Received 6th June 1704

Died 14th March 1707

Robert Talbot aged 72 of Dublin, cavalier of Sr. Tobin, Sheldon’s Regiment in which he has served 12 years, apparently 4 years in the Company franche of Sr. Descrochetre at Verdun, 6 years in Hamilton’s, 5 years in Douglas’s, 6 years in Laferté's, 9 years in the Scots Guards, and 4 years in Dillon’s. His two certificates confirm that he served 21 years, his left arm was by a coup of Crosse of mousqueton which he received at the Battle of Spire combined with his deafness, his other wounds and other troubles puts him out of service, Married in Verdun, cobbler by trade, Catholic.

 

 

Received 19th May 1713

Died 1st February 1717 at Nantes ATD

Owen Trainer aged 57 of Duncannon County Tyrone, soldier of Sr. Mandeville, Lee’s Irish Regiment under Maine and Orrington in which he has served 26 years (confirmed by his certificate). His weak eyesight combined with painful kidneys and weak legs puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 8th June 1721

 

Charles Francis Taffe, aged 27 of Valenciennes in Flanders, St Gery parish, originally from Ireland, cavalier of the camp master of Nugent’s Irish Regiment, in which he has served one year, and apparently 4 years in Vaudray, confirmed by his certificates dated 12th May 1716 and 16th April last. His left arm is crippled from a sabre cut at Landau which puts him out of service. Married in his country. Catholic

 

Received 7th April 1685   Died 20th June 1692  

Bernard Taik, Irish, aged 70, soldier of Sr. Bridon, Flanders’s Regiment and under Picardy in which he has served 30 years (confirmed by his certificates). His troubles put him out of service. Catholic.

 

  

 

Received 13th May 1673

Died 6th January 1674  
Richard Taubin known as “Fearless”, Irish, aged 68 years. soldier in the comp. of Croisille at the regiment. of guards in which he has 12 years continuous service He has served 30 more years in the Irish regiment and other troops. He is crippled at the right hand and from other wounds.  

 

 

 

Received 14th May 1673.

Gave up his place
Malachi Tiornant known as "The Forest" Irish aged 42, soldier in Croyselle's company at the regiment. des guards of his Majesty in which he served since 14 years ago, was wounded in his right leg by a Musket shot at the siege of Lisle in 1667 since when he continued in service until 1671 but this wound reopened and having been at the for one year and plus he luy fallut couper his leg and not being pas encore guerry of the cicatrice s'est prté. at the council on 13th May and having been agreed entered on 14th May 1673.  

 

 

  Refused August 1676. because he is not crippled and does not have the necessary service. He was given £15 to go to Ireland din which he doit revenir when he will be cured.  

Georges Torn Irish aged 40 years, soldier of McCarty at the regiment of Hamilton in which he has served for  6 years. He cannot continue in service pour etre demeuré entrepris of his legs by a rheumatic fever which he has survived and has other troubles (seems from the certificate of the doctor at Toul Hospital dated 20th July last. Single. Catholic.

 

 

Received //1097

Refused 21st August 1677.  because he has scrofula. Given £15.

Thady Theynoir Irish aged 26, soldier of Sr. Hamilton, Dongan’s Regiment in which he has served 4 years. He is out of service because he has scrofula (confirmed by the leave paper from his colonel to return when he is cured). Single. Catholic.

 

 

Received 11th June 1716

Died 11th March 1731

Colon Talbot aged 80 of Guristan near Dublin, soldier of the colonel of O’Brien's Irish regiment under Clare, in which he served 26 years, confirmed by his certificate. His left knee is troubled from a rifle shot which he received at the Battle of Ramilly ,which combined with his infirmities puts him out of service. Catholic.

 

 

Received 6th July 1716

 

Colon Thierry aged 56 of Clounesse, County Monahan, soldier of Sr. Sexten, O’Brien’s Regiment under O’Donnell in which he has served 25 years (confirmed by his certificate. His weak eyesight and other troubles put him out of service. Mason by trade. Catholic

 

 

Received 16th June 1718

Died 28th August 1722 at Angers Chateau ATD.

Daniel Tonlé aged 62 of Wexford, County of Cork, soldier of Sr. Mulraney Lee’s Irish regiment in which he has served 29 years, confirmed by his certificate dated 7th May 1718. His weak eyesight and a sabre blow to his right hand at Hochstadt  puts him out of service. He is one of a number of soldiers reformed envoyez in a company of invalids at Hesdin. Catholic.

 

  

Received unknown

Olivier Tilling of Marceun, County of Metz.

Received 18th September 1738

John Tully aged 68 of the town of Cavan

Received 21st January 1745 Cornelius Tohylane (Dolan )of Konekol County Galway  

Received 13th June 1726

Simon Tully of Canacle, County Mayo

Received 12th September 1726

Thomas Trassy of Galway

Received 28/11/1754

William Tutie of Besintac maës county of the moringa?

Received 24th September 1719

Edmond Tool of Raghounagh, County Mayo

Received 1763

Richard Treacy of Canoth, Ireland