Below is the alphabetised listing of all who held commissioned rank in the armies of the Jacobite cause, or those who held such rank in other armies and were actively associated with that cause.

A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - J - K - L - M - N - O - P - Q - R - S - T - U - V - W - X - Y - Z

[Jacobite army units]

[Dataset classifications]

[Abbreviations]

B

  • BABE, -. Lt, Babe’s Coy, Oliver Lord Louth’s Regiment of Infantry. Attainted.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 429-430.
  • BABE, -. Captain, Oliver Lord Louth’s Regiment of Infantry. Attainted.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 429-430.
  • BABE, George. Ensign, Babe’s Coy, Oliver Lord Louth’s Regiment of Infantry. Attainted.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 429-430.
  • BADA-. Major and ADC, Irish Troop of Guards to 1693.
    Source: HMC SP I:78.
    Classification: French Service.
  • BAGNALL, Dudley. Colonel, Colonel Dudley Bagnall’s Regiment of Infantry. He sat as the representative for the County of Carlow in the Parliament of 1689. Attainted in 1691.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 615, 618.
  • BAGOT, -. Ensign, Bagot’s Coy, Sir John Fitz-Gerald’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 417.
  • BAGOT, -. Captain, Sir John Fitz-Gerald’s Regiment of Infantry. Attainted in 1691.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 417, 571.
  • BAGOT [BAGGOTT], James. Lt, Edmund Barry’s Coy, Major General Boisseleau’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 489.
  • BAGOT [BAGGOTT], John. Lt-Col. Taken prisoner at Aughrim; died of his wounds.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 571, 784.
    Classification: KIA.
  • BAGOT [BAGGOTT], Mark. Captain, Colonel John Grace’s Regiment of Infantry. He had been Sergeant at arms, and sat as one of the representatives of the Borough of Carlow in the Parliament of 1689.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 564, 571.
  • BAGOT, Mark/Matthew. Captain, Fitzjames' Horse and Major, 2 i/c Hussars. T Culloden, discharged.
    Source: MR.
    Classification: French service.
  • BAGOT, Thomas. Captain, Fitzjames' Horse. T Culloden, paroled.
    Source: MR.
    Classification: French Service.
  • BAGGOT, William. Captain, Fitzjames' Horse. T Culloden, discharged.
    Source: MR.
    Classification: French Service.
  • BAGNALL, Dudley. Colonel of Bagnall's Foot, Ireland 2 June 1690, Carlow 1690.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820; D’Alton, 30, 75.
  • BAILLIE, George (b1702). Captain in 1745, prisoner Stirling and Carlisle, transported from Liverpool to Virginia on the Gildart, 24 February 1747, landed Port North Potohomac, Maryland, 5 August. Bonnetmaker, Dundee.
    Source: P1745: NA T1.328; Dobson (1994), 96; Dobson (1984), 6.
    Classification: Transport.
  • BAIRD, Andrew. Cornet taken prisoner in Buchan's army in 1690.
    Source: A True and Real Account of the Defeat of General Buchan and Brigadier Cannon (Edinburgh, 1690).
  • BAKER, Francis 2nd. Captain, Lord Bophin alias Colonel John Bourke’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 514.
  • BAKER, William of Ballytobin. QM, Jasper Grant’s Troop, Brigadier Francis Carroll’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 431.
  • BALFOUR, Henry of Dunbog. Son to Earl of Burleigh. Major, 1715. Prisoner, Carlisle December.
    Source: StAUL/Cheap/pp5.537; Dobson (1993).
    Classification: Prisoner.
  • BALFOUR, James. Captain, Strathmore's battalion, 1715. Prisoner, Preston.
    Source: CS V. 162; Dobson (1995).
  • BALFOUR, John. Colonel in 1715, also James VII's army; captured in attempt on Edinburgh Castle, 8 September. Add on General Staff.
    Source: Szechi (2006), 103.
  • BALFOUR, John. Captain in 1745. Messenger at Arms, Perth.
    Source: List of Persona.
  • BALFOUR of Fairnie. Colonel, 1715. Prisoner, Carlisle December 1716.
    Source: ST AUL/Cheap/pp.5.537.
    Classification: Prisoner.
  • BALFOUR, William. Surgeon, Macgregor's. Escaped.
    Source: MR.
  • BALLINGALL, James. Ensign in Ogilvy's, 1745. Merchant, Forfar.
    Source: OMR; Rosebery.
  • BALMAINE, Count de. General, Russian service.
    Source: Grant (1889).
    Classification: Russian service.
  • BALTIMORE, Lord -. Son of Lord Baltimore. Fought at Aughrim.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 784.
  • BAMFIELD, George. Lt, Doddington’s Troop, John Parker’s Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 223.
  • BANNERMAN, Sir Alexander, 2nd of Elsick. QM, Bannerman's Horse, 1716. Son of Sir Alexander, 1st bart. Merchant Aberdeen.
    Source: JAB; Dobson (1993).
  • BANNERMAN, Sir Alexander 3rd of Elsick (d1747). Lt-Col (OC Bannerman's Horse), 1745. Son of Sir Alexander, 2nd bart and Isabella MacDonald, daughter of Sleat. M Isabella, heiress of the Trotters of Horsley, Yorks. Lord Lt of Mearns, 1745. D, Paris.
    Source: McDonnell NE; MR.
  • BANNERMAN, John. Captain, Bannerman's Mearns Troop, 1715.
    Source: McDonnell NE.
  • BANNON, William. QM, Colonel’s Troop, Nicholas Purcell’s Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 239.
  • BARCLAY, Sir George. Colonel's commission, 1689. Colonel, at Dunkirk 1692.
    Source: HMC SP I: 74-75; Hopkins (1998), 154.
    Classification: French Service.
  • BARKER, William Mansell. Colonel and Lt of Ordnance, 14 May 1689. Lt-Col. In Colonel Dorrington's Guards, Ireland, 2 June 1690.
    Source: HMC SP I:42; NLS ACC 5820.
  • BARN, James. Officer, Irish Picquets. Taken 1 February 1746. Discharged.
    Classification: French Service.
  • BARNEWALL, -. Captain, Christopher, Lord Slane’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 339.
  • BARNEWALL, -. Lt, D’Arcy’s Coy, Lord Viscount Gormanston’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 232.
  • BARNEWALL, -. Captain, Lord Viscount Gormanston’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 232.
  • BARNEWALL, -. Captain, KIA Derry.
    Source: D’Alton, 115.
    Classification: KIA.
  • BARNEWALL, -. Lt on the Charité, 1745.
    Source: D’Alton, 117.
  • BARNEWALL, -. Ensign, KIA Derry.
    Source: D’Alton, 115.
  • BARNEWALL, Colonel in Berwick's. Nephew of General Nugent.
    Classification: French Service.
  • BARNEWALL, Alexander, Lt.-Col. Of Lord Clare’s Dragoons in France.
    Source: D’Alton, 116, 315.
  • BARNEWALL, Basil. Lt, Fitzjames' Horse. Captured on board Louis XV, 1745. T. Culloden.
    Source: D’Alton, 117.
    Classification: French Service.
  • BARNEWALL, Christopher. Lt, John Burke’s Coy, Colonel Charles Moore’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 605.
  • BARNEWALL, Edward, Lt captured on board Louis XV, 1745.
    Source: D’Alton, 117.
  • BARNEWALL, George. Lt in Arthur’s Troop, Tyrconnel’s Horse, 1690.
    Source: D’Alton, 40.
  • BARNEWALL, George. Lt on the Louis XV, 1745.
    Source: D’Alton, 115.
  • BARNEWALL, James. Lt, Fitz-James’ Troop, Fitz-James’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 115; D’Alton v. 2, 82.
  • BARNEWALL, James, LORD KINGSLAND. Hostage at the Treaty of Limerick; attainted. KIA under Berwick, 1692.
    Source: D’Alton, 277.
    Classification: KIA.
  • BARNEWALL, Matthew. Captain, Lord Viscount Gormanston’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 232.
  • BARNEWALL, Miles. Ensign, Joh Byrne’s Coy, Earl of Westmeath’s, late Colonel Francis O’Toole’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 115; D’Alton v. 2, 469.
  • BARNEWALL, Nicholas. Lt in Talbot’s Troop, Tyrconnel’s Horse, 1690.
    Source: D’Alton, 40.
  • BARNEWALL, Peter. Lt-Col of Gormanston’s Infantry. Richard Eustace is also noted as Lt-Col of Gormanston’s Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 232, 238
  • BARNEWALL, Robert. Ensign, Sir Luke Dowdall’s Coy, The King’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 115; D’Alton v. 2, 4.
  • BARNEWALL, William Fitz-William. Lt, Royal Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 115.
  • BARNEWALL, William. Lt, Irish Brigades, 1745. Captured on Louis XV.
    Source: D’Alton, 117.
  • BARON, James. Captain, Colonel Edward Butler’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 579.
  • BARRARD, -. Lt, Clare's Dragoons in Irish Picquets. In 'List of French Officers…in a Condition to March for Carlisle'.
    Source: NLS ACC 5039, Albemarle Papers.
    Classification: French Service.
  • BARRETT [BARRET], -. Ensign, Barret’s Coy, Lord Kenmare’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 316.
  • BARRETT [BARRET], -. Lt, Barret’s Coy, Lord Kenmare’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 316.
  • BARRETT, -. Captain, Lord Kenmare’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 316.
  • BARRETT, Edmund. Ensign, John Barrett’s Coy, Colonel John Barrett’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 684.
  • BARRETT, Edmund. QM, Colonel John Barrett’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 684.
  • BARRETT, Edmund. Captain, Major General Boisseleau’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 489.
  • BARRETT, John. Captain, Colonel John Barrett’s Regiment of Horse, 2 June 1690.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820; D’Alton, 99; D’Alton v. 2, 684.
  • BARRETT, John of Dublin and Castlemore. Colonel, Colonel John Barrett’s Regiment of Horse. In the Parliament of 1689 he sat as one of the Representatives of the Borough of Moyallow. His Regiment seems to have ben collected from families of that County. It was disbanded a fortnight before the battle of the Boyne. Attainted in 1691.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 684, 686.
  • BARROWFIELD, -. Lt.-Col. in Strathmore's Regiment, Sherriffmuir.
    Source: NRS GD 18/3157 (Clerk of Penicuik).
  • BARRY, -. Captain, Lord Clare’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 769.
  • BARRY, -. Lt, David Barry’s Coy, Colonel Owen McCarthy’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 682.
  • BARRY, -. Lt, Ed. Barry’s Coy, Colonel Owen McCarthy’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 682.
  • BARRY, -. Lt, Colonel Major General Boisseleau’s Coy, Major General Boisseleau’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 489.
  • BARRY, -. Lt, Bagot’s Coy, Sir John Fitz-Gerald’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 417.
  • BARRY, -. Ensign, Barry’s Coy, Christopher, Lord Slane’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 339.
  • BARRY, -. Captain, Christopher, Lord Slane’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 339.
  • BARRY, Rev. -. Chaplain, Brigadier Francis Carroll’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 431.
  • BARRY, -. Lt, Callaghan’s Coy, the Earl of Clancarty’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 114.
  • BARRY, David. Captain, Colonel Owen McCarthy’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 682.
  • BARRY, David. Ensign, Edmund Barry’s Coy, Major General Boisseleau’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 489.
  • BARRY, David. Lt, David Barry’s Coy, Major General Boisseleau’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 489.
  • BARRY, David. Captain, Major General Boisseleau’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 489.
  • BARRY, David. Lt., Lt-Col Phillips’ Troop, Lord Clare’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 310.
  • BARRY, Ed.. Captain, Colonel Owen McCarthy’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 682.
  • BARRY, Edmund. Captain, Major General Boisseleau’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 489.
  • BARRY, Edmond. Captain in Ireland then Lt in the Guards in France.
    Source: HMC SP I:154, 25 September 1700.
    Classification: French Service.
  • BARRY, Edward. Lt, Morgan Connell’s Coy, Colonel Charles O’Bryan’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 698.
  • BARRY, Garret. Lt, Richard Barry’s Coy, Colonel Nicholas Browne’s, Sir Valentine Browne’s, &c. Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 637.
  • BARRY, Garrett. Ensign, Daniel O’Herlihey’s Coy, Major General Boisseleau’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 489.
  • BARRY, James. Lt, Jasper Grant’s Troop, Brigadier Francis Carroll’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 431.
  • BARRY, John. Lt, Redmund Barry’s Coy, Colonel John Barrett’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 684.
  • BARRY, John. Lt, Philip Cogan’s Coy, Major General Boisseleau’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 489.
  • BARRY, John. Captain, Lord Kilmallock’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 434.
  • BARRY, John. Captain, Brigadier Francis Carroll's Dragoons.
    Source: Childs (2007), 284.
  • BARRY, Nicholas. Lt, Arthur Galway’s Troop, Brigadier Francis Carroll’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 431.
  • BARRY, Philip. Captain, Lord Mountcashel’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 95.
  • BARRY, Redmund. Captain, Colonel John Barrett’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 684.
  • BARRY, Richard. Captain, Colonel Nicholas Browne’s, Sir Valentine Browne’s, &c. Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 637.
  • BARRY, Richard. QM, Francis Carroll’s Troop, Brigadier Francis Carroll’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 431.
  • BARRY, Robert. Ensign, Joseph Neagle’s Coy, the Earl of Tyrone’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 205.
  • BARRY, Thomas. Lt, Cornelius McMahon’s Coy, Colonel Charles O’Bryan’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 698.
  • BARRY, Thomas. Lt, David Cooshene’s Coy, Colonel John Barrett’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 684.
  • BARRY, William. Ensign, Thomas Meade’s Coy, Colonel John Barrett’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 684.
  • BASLIEU. Major-General in the King's army, 2 June 1690.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820.
  • BASS. Lt-Colonel on the Subsistence Officers List, December 1692.
    Source: HMC SP I:76.
  • BATHE, - de. Lt, Bartholomew Cusack’s Coy, Christopher, Lord Slane’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 339.
  • BATHE, -. Lt, Weldon’s Coy, Christopher, Lord Slane’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 339.
  • BATHE, Peter of Ashbourne. Lt, Edward Dowdall’s Coy, The King’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 4, 56.
  • BAYNE, James. QM in 1745.Barber in Perth.
    Source: Rosebery.
  • BAYNE, John. Lieutenant, Perth Company, 1715. Deacon of Wrights in the town.
    Source: PKC B59.30.10/17/37/40; Dobson (1993).
  • BAYNE, John. Ensign, Hussars. Servant to Murray of Broughton; escaped.
    Source: MR.
  • BEATAGH, -. Ensign, Beatagh’s Coy, Lord Viscount Gormanston’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 232.
  • BEATAGH, -. Lt, Beatagh’s Coy, Lord Viscount Gormanston’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 232.
  • BEATAGH, -. Captain, Lord Viscount Gormanston’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 232.
  • BEATAGH, Thomas. Lt in Tyrconnel’s troop, Tyrconnel’s Horse, 1690.
    Source: D’Alton, 40, 90.
  • BE(A)TAGH, Chevalier de. Count, Captain, Fitzjames’s Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 91.
    Classification: French service.
  • BEAUPRE, -. Lt-Col, Major General Boisseleau’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820; D’Alton v. 2, 489.
  • BEAUREGARD, Claudius. Lt, George Corridons’ Troop, Fitz-James’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 82
  • BEDFORD, Richard. Lt, Quin’s Troop, Lord Clare’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 310.
  • BEDFORD, Thomas. Ensign, Francis Cruice’s Coy, the Earl of Tyrone’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 205.
  • BEGG, John. Cornet, James Carroll’s Troop, Lord Dongan’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 256.
  • BEGG, John. Ensign, Thomas Sutton’s Coy, Sir Michael Creagh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 294; D’Alton v. 2, 650.
  • BELLEW, -. Lt, R. Bellew’s Coy, Oliver Lord Louth’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 429.
  • BELLEW, -. Lt, Conly’s Coy, Christopher, Lord Slane’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 339.
  • BELLEW, -. Lt, Richard Bellew’s Coy, Lord John Bellew’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 304.
  • BELLEW, -. Lt, Colonel Lord Bellew’s Coy, Lord John Bellew’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 304.
  • BELLEW, Lord -. Colonel, Bellew's Foot, King's army in Ireland, 2 June 1690.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820.
  • BELLEW, Christopher. Captain, Colonel Oliver O’Gara’s, late Colonel Iriel Farrell’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 526.
  • BELLEW, Christopher. Lt, Hugh McMahon and John Sutton’s Coy, Fitz-James’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 82.
  • BELLEW, Edward. Ensign, Theobald Butler’s Coy, Sir Michael Creagh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source
    : D’Alton v. 2, 650.
  • BELLEW, James. Lt, Theobald Throgmorton and Charles Throgmorton’s Coy, Oliver Lord Louth’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 429.
  • BELLEW, James. Cornet, Bellew’s Troop, Lord Dongan’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 256.
  • BELLEW, John, LORD BELLEWSTOWN. Colonel, Lord John Bellew’s Regiment of Infantry. He was appointed one of James the Second’s earliest Councillors. He was taken prisoner at Aughrim, shot in the belly, and was so severely wounded that he died the following January (12 January 1692). Outlawed in 1691.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 304-306, 784.
  • BELLEW, Nicholas. Lt, Christopher Pallas, Sir Michael Creagh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source
    : D’Alton v. 2, 650.
  • BELLEW, Nicholas. Lt, Aylmer’s Troop, Lord Abercorn’s Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 164.
  • BELLEW, Patrick. Captain, Lord John Bellew’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 304.
  • BELLEW [BELLEU], R.. Captain, Oliver Lord Louth’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 429.
  • BELLEW, Richard. Captain, Lord John Bellew’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 304.
  • BELLEW, Richard. Lt.-Col., King’s Regiment of Dragoons in France, 1692-98.
  • BELLEW, Richard (1671-1714). Captain, then Colonel, Lord Dongan’s Dragoons. Second son to Lord Bellew. Colonel of Lord Dongan’s Dragoons after Walter Nugent KIA Aughrim. Subsequently brought his forces to France as the ‘King of England’s Dismounted Dragoons’. Fell out there with Brigadier Maxwell. Returned to Ireland to become 3rd Lord Bellew in 1694, conforming to Church of England in 1705.
    Source: D’Alton, 256, 263, 278.
  • BELLEW, Robert. Captain, Sir Michael Creagh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source
    : D’Alton v. 2, 650.
  • BELLEW, Thomas. Captain, Lord John Bellew’s Regiment of Infantry. One of the Deputy Lieutenants of the County of Meath.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 304, 308.
  • BELLEW, Walter. Captain, Tyrconnel’s Horse, 1690.
    Source: D’Alton, 40.
  • BERFORD, -. Lt, Lord Clare’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 468.
  • BERFORD, -. Lt, Barnewall’s Coy, Christopher, Lord Slane’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 339.
  • BERFORD, Michael. Lt, Thomas Hussey’s Coy, Sir Maurice Eustace’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 443.
  • BERMINGHAM, John. Captain, the Earl of Clanricarde’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 130.
  • BERMINGHAM, John. Captain in Mayo, 1690.
    Source: D’Alton, 37.
  • BERMINGHAM, Nicholas. Lt, Christopher Bellew’s Coy, Colonel Oliver O’Gara’s, late Colonel Iriel Farrell’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 526.
  • BERMINGHAM, Patrick. Ensign, Sir Ulick Bourke’s Coy, the Earl of Clanricarde’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 130.
  • BERMINGHAM, William. Captain, the Earl of Clanricarde’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 130.
  • BERNARDI, John (1654-1736). Major in Ireland, died in prison.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820.
  • BERNE, Bernard. Quartermaster, 2nd Troop of Guards in France; complaint by Earl of Clancarty against, 8 August 1697.
    Source: HMC SP I:125.
  • BERWICK, James Fitzjames, Duke of (1670-1734). Lt-General, Ireland, 2 June 1690 and at the Boyne. 'Captain and Colonel of the First Troop of Guards in the Kingdom of England', 14 December 1691. Lt-Gen in France 1693, married Sarsfield's widow, 1695, Maréchal de France, 1703.
    Source: HMC SP I:66; NLS ACC 5820; TCD MS 2199 f. 54.
  • BERWICK, Duke of. Lt.-General.
    Source: D’Alton, 37.
  • BERWICK, James Fitzjames, 2nd Duke of (and of Liria and Xerica, Grandee of Spain) (1696-1738). Accompanied James, 1715. Field Marshal of Spain, 1733.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820.
  • BERWICK, John. Lt, Manchester Regiment. Linen -draper. T, Executed 30 July 1746.
    Classification: Executed.
  • BETAGH, William. Captain, Fitzjames's Horse. Captured at sea and interned at Berwick, 'repatriated' in February 1748.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820.
    Classification: French service.
  • BETTS, John. Ensign, Manchester Regiment. T, Escaped.
  • BINNS, John. Lt-Col, Sir John Fitz-Gerald’s Regiment of Infantry. He went from France to Ireland in the spring of 1689 to serve King James, he being at the time a Lt-Col in France.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 417, 425.
    Classification: French service.
  • BINNS, -. Lt.-Col., 1690, Irish forces. Possibly identical with Binys/Bynns, Lt.-Col. In 1692, named also on December 1692 list of subsistence officers.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820; HMC SP I: 74-76.
  • BINNY, Alexander. Quartermaster of 2nd bn Ogilvy's, 1745. Farmer, Newmill, Tannadice. Pardoned.
    Source: OMR1914; MR).
  • BIRMINGHAM, Piers. Captain, Lord Kilmallock’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 434.
  • BIRMINGHAM, Thomas. Lt, Clare's Dragoons. Captured at sea and interned at Berwick. Discharged, 2 August 1747.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820.
  • BIRRELL, Thomas. Ensign, Ogilvy's 1745. Merchant, Dundee; prisoner there 1746.
    Source: MR 1914; Rosebery.
  • BLACK, Andrew. Ensign, Ogilvy's Ground officer, Alyth. T, died.
  • BLAIR, John. Captain, 8th coy, Panmure's Foot, 1715: 2 sgts, 2 cpls, 31 men, roll 38.
    Source: NRS GD45.1.201; Dobson (1995).
  • BLAIR, John of Glasclune. Major, Nairne's Bn, 1715; noted as Lt-Col in McDonnell, Jacobites of Perthshire. P. Preston.
    Source: CS V. 161; NRS RH 1/2/494; Dobson (1993).
  • BLAIR, Patrick. Surgeon, Nairne's Bn, 1715.
    Source: NRS RH 1/2/494.
  • BLAIR, Peter. Assistant Adjutant General, 1715.
    Source: SP 54/9/34.
  • BLAIR, Thomas of Glasclune. Lt-Col., 4th battalion of Atholl Brigade, 1745, also CO 1st battalion Ogilvy's. Escaped from Dundee to Norway; prisoner Bergen, later France.
    Source: OMR; Rosebery.
  • BLAKE, John. Lt, Richard Blake’s Coy, Lord Bophin alias Colonel John Bourke’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 514.
  • BLAKE, John of Ardfry. Ensign, Richard Blake’s Coy, Lord Bophin’s Regiment of Infantry. Attainted in 1691.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 270-271.
  • BLAKE, Nicholas. Ensign, Lt Richard Blake’s Coy, Lord Bophin’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 270, 514.
  • BLAKE, Peter. Captain, Lord Bophin alias Colonel John Bourke’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 270, 514.
  • BLAKE, Peter. Ensign, Peter Blake’s Coy, Lord Bophin’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 270.
  • BLAKE, Richard. Lt, Joseph Lynch’s Coy, Lord Bophin alias Colonel John Bourke’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 514.
  • BLAKE, Richard. Captain, Lord Bophin’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 270, 514.
  • BLAKE, Richard of Ardfry. Lt, Lord Bophin’s Regiment of Infantry. Attainted in 1691, but adjudged within the articles of 1698 and 1699.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 270-271.
  • BLAKE, Valentine. Lt, Walter Blake’s Coy, Colonel Henry Dillon’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 242.
  • BLAKE [BLACKE], Valentine. Lt, Peter Lynch’s Coy, Colonel Dominick Browne’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 270, 669.
  • BLAKE, Walter. Captain, Colonel Henry Dillon’s Regiment of Infantry. He was Sir Walter Blake of Menlough, though he is described as ‘of Galway’ as he was one of the representatives of the County of Galway in the Parliament of 1689. He was the first Catholic gentleman to join the standard of the Prince of Orange, and obtained a commission from His Highness to raise a Regiment which he maintained and clothed at his expense. Attainted in 1691, but adjudged within the articles of 1698 and 1699.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 242, 270-271.
  • BLANCHFIELD, Michael. Lt, Patrick Pay’s Coy, Colonel Edward Butler’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 579.
  • BLANCHVILLE, James. Captain, Colonel Edward Butler’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 579.
  • BLANCHVILLE, Nicholas. Ensign, Colonel Edward Butler’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 579.
  • BLOOD, Andrew. Captain, Manchester Regiment. T, Executed 30 July 1746.
    Classification: Executed.
  • BODIN, Charles. Officer, Irish Picquets. T, Culloden, discharged.
    Source: MR.
    Classification: French Service.
  • BODKIN, Augustin. Ensign, John Bermingham’s Coy, the Earl of Clanricarde’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 130, 517.
  • BODKIN, John. Ensign, Dominick Browne’s Coy, Colonel Dominick Browne’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 517, 669.
  • BODKIN, John. Maj, Lord Bophin alias Colonel John Bourke’s Regiment of Infantry. In July 1691, when he was a Lt-Col, he was among the hostages delivered to the besiegers of the town, to be bound for the due observance of the terms imposed upon the garrison and townspeople until surrender. He was a merchant of Galway, was included in the attainders of that year, but was afterwards adjudged within the benefit of the articles of 1698 and 1699.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820; D’Alton v. 2, 514.
  • BODKIN, Matthew. Ensign, Nicholas Lynch’s Coy, Lord Bophin alias Colonel John Bourke’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 514.
  • BOHILLY, Edmund. QM, McDaniell’s Troop, Lord Clare’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 310.
  • BOISSELEAU, -. Colonel, Major General Boisseleau’s Regiment of Infantry. A Captain of the French Guards who had some knowledge which none of the Irish had of the defence of fortified towns; he was sent to Ireland with the rank of ‘Marshal de Camp’, or Major-General. He was commanded by King James to command Cork in lieu of Lord Mountcashel. He commanded there until Ulster appeared the incipient seat of war upon the landing of Schoenberg in the North. Whereupon, when in 1689 King James broke up his camp at Ardee to retire to Drogheda, he left six battalions of Foot and fifty Horses under the command of Boisseleau, who soon after made an attack on Newry, but was repulsed. He was appointed governor of Limerick before King William’s siege. In 1693 Boisseleau was appointed governor of Charleroy by Louis XIV. He died five years after.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 489-491.
    Classification: French service.
  • BOISSELEAU/BOISELAU, -. Brigadier at the Boyne; Major-General in Ireland and Colonel, Boisselau's Foot; Governor of Limerick.
    Source: TCD MS 2199 f. 54; NLS ACC 5820. Childs (2007), 255.
  • BOISMORELL, Francis. Major, Brigadier Francis Carroll's Dragoons in Ireland, 2 June 1690.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820.
  • BOLGER, Valentine. Lt, Robert Grace’s Coy, Colonel John Grace’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 564.
  • BOLTON, -. Surgeon, Colonel Charles O’Bryan’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 698.
  • BOND, Sir Henry. Receiver-General in Ireland, 2 June 1690 and at the Boyne.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820. TCD MS 2199 f. 54.
  • BONNEVILLE, George. 2nd Lt, Berwick's Picquets, 1745. Taken prisoner from Louis XV of Dunkirk.
    Source: NLS MS 7073.
  • BOOLE, William of Clonegal. Lt, Ignatius Cavenagh’s Coy, Colonel Charles Cavenagh’s Regiment of Infantry. Outlawed.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 383, 401.
  • BOOTH, Charles. Captain, OC Grenadier Coy, Berwick's Rgt; Groom of the Bedchamber at Saint-Germain. Captain at Le Havre, 1692. From Brampton in Herefordshire. Possibly identical with the Captain Booth named in HMC SP IV: 512, VI:478.
    Source: HMC I: 74-75; TG Holt, 'Captain Booth of Berwick's Regiment and his Family', Royal Stuart Miscellany 1999, 10-18).
    Classification: French Service.
  • BORRE, Francis. Ensign, Alexander Knightley’s Coy, Fitz-James’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 82.
  • BOUCANDS, - De. Lt, Mons. Durett’s Coy, Major General Boisseleau’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 489.
  • BOULGER, -. Lt, Lincoln’s Coy, Colonel Richard Butler’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 768.
  • BOULION, Joseph. Officer, Irish Picquets. T., discharged.
    Source: MR.
    Classification: French Service.
  • BOURDON, -. QM, Colonel Edward Butler’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 579.
  • BOURG, - de. QM, Colonel Charles O’Bryan’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 698.
  • BOURK, Miles. Captain, Nicholas Purcell’s Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 239.
  • BOURKE [BOURK], -. Ensign, Barry’s Coy, Lord Clare’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 769.
  • BOURKE [BOURK], -. Ensign, Callaghan’s Coy, Lord Clare’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 769.
  • BOURKE, -. Ensign, Christopher Pallas’ Troop, Sir Michael Creagh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source
    : D’Alton v. 2, 650.
  • BOURKE, -. Ensign, Gaffney’s Coy, Colonel Dudley Bagnall’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 615.
  • BOURKE, -. Captain, Sir John Fitz-Gerald’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 417.
  • BOURKE, -. Lt, Holmes’ Troop, Lord Viscount Gormanston’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 232.
  • BOURKE, David. Captain of Dragoons, King's Army in Ireland. Dublin Regiment and French Army, killed.
    Source: HMC SP I:184, 14 June 1704.
    Classification: French Service.
  • BOURKE, Edward. Captain, Robert Clifford’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 402.
  • BOURKE, Edward. Captain, the Earl of Clanricarde’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 130.
  • BOURKE, Francis. Lt, Colonel Lord Bophin’s Coy, Lord Bophin alias Colonel John Bourke’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 514.
  • BOURKE, Gerald. Ensign, McLaughlin Donnelan’s Coy, Lord Ulick Galway’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 291.
  • BOURKE, Hubert. Ensign, Thomas Bourke’s Coy, Lord Ulick Galway’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 291.
  • BOURKE, James. Ensign, Thomas Bourke’s Coy, Lord Ulick Galway’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 291.
  • BOURKE [BOURK], James. Ensign, Richard Earl of Clanricarde’s Coy, the Earl of Clanricarde’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 130.
  • BOURKE [BOURK], John. Lt, John Bermingham’s Coy, the Earl of Clanricarde’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 130.
  • BOURKE, John. Ensign, John Burke’s Coy, Colonel Charles Moore’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 605.
  • BOURKE, John. Baron, LORD BOPHIN (1642-1722). 2nd son, Earl of Clanricarde. Colonel, Lord Bophin alias Colonel John Bourke’s Regiment of Infantry. One of King James’ creation in Ireland on the 2nd April 1689. Of the force sent from Ulster in that year to aid Lord Dundee in Scotland, a portion was drawn from Lord Bophin’s Regiment. In 1691, at Aughrim, the Colonel was taken prisoner, brought to the Castle of Dublin, and thence to England. He was attainted on Inquisition, but on the first year of Queen Anne an Act was passed which acquitted him of all treason and attainders.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820, D’Alton v. 2, 515, 784.
  • “BOURKE”, John. Captain, Lord Kilmallock’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 434.
  • BOURKE, John. Captain, the Earl of Clanricarde’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 130
  • BOURKE, John. Cornet, Bourke’s Troop, Lord Clare’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 310.
  • BOURKE, John. Captain in Sarsfield’s Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 131.
  • BOURKE, Michael. Captain.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 770.
  • BOURKE, Michael. Captain, Dillon's. Possibly the same as Lt.-Col. Michael Bourke, noted in 1692 in HMC SP I: 74-75.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820.
    Classification: French Service.
  • BOURKE, Michael. Captain of Bourke’s Troop, Galmoy’s Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 95.
  • BOURKE, Miles. Lt, William Bourke and Francis Baker 2nd’s Coy, Lord Bophin alias Colonel John Bourke’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 514.
  • BOURKE, Miles. Captain, Lord Ulick Galway’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 291.
  • BOURKE, Miles. Lt, John Dillon’s Coy, Colonel Henry Dillon’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 242.
  • BOURKE, Nicholas. Captain, Lord Clare’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 310.
  • BOURKE, Owen. Lt, William Dorrington’s Coy, The King’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 4.
  • BOURKE, Patrick. Captain.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 770.
  • BOURKE, Patrick. Lt, William Bourke’s Coy, Colonel Henry Dillon’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 242.
  • BOURKE, Richard. Ensign, James Butler’s Coy, Colonel Thomas Butler’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 402.
  • BOURKE, Richard. Lt, James Power’s Coy, Lord Ulick Galway’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 291.
  • BOURKE, Richard. Lt, Thomas Bourke’s Coy, Lord Ulick Galway’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 291.
  • BOURKE, Richard. Lt, Patrick Dowdall’s Coy, The King’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 4.
  • BOURKE, Richard, Earl of Clanricarde. Colonel, the Earl of Clanricarde’s Regiment of Infantry. Appointed Governor of Galway by King James, which having been besieged by De Ginkell fourteen days after the Battle of Aughrim, he was compelled to surrender.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 130, 136, 138.
  • BOURKE, Richard. Captain, Dillon's; prisoner, Culloden. A Captain Richard Bourke, CO of a Company in Lee's Regiment, is mentioned in 1715 in HMC SP I: 511.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820.
  • BOURKE [‘BOURK’], Rowland. Ensign, George Browne’s Coy, Colonel Henry Dillon’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 242.
  • BOURKE, Theobald. Ensign, Colonel Charles O’Bryan’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 698.
  • BOURKE, Theobald. Major, Sir Micheal Creagh's Rgt, Ireland 2 June 1690.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820.
  • BOURKE, Thomas. Ensign, Cornelius McMahon’s Coy, Colonel Charles O’Bryan’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 698.
  • BOURKE, Thomas. Captain, Lord Ulick Galway’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 291.
  • BOURKE, Thomas. Captain, Lord Ulick Galway’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 291.
  • BOURKE, Thomas. Cornet, Conn Geoghan’s Troop, Simon Luttrell’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 344.
  • BOURKE, Thomas. Captain In Mayo, 1690.
    Source: D’Alton, 37.
  • BOURKE, Thomas. Lt in Dillon’s Troop, Earl of Abercorn’s Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 164.
  • BOURKE, Thomas. Cornet in Bellew’s Troop, Tyrconnel’s Horse, 1690.
    Source: D’Alton, 40.
  • BOURKE, Thomas. Cornet in Macnamara’s Troop, Sarsfield’s Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 131.
  • BOURKE, Tobias. Maj, Sir Michael Creagh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source
    : D’Alton v. 2, 650.
  • BOURKE [BOURK], Ulick. Ensign, John Stephenson’s Coy, the Earl of Clanricarde’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 130.
  • BOURKE, Ulick. Lt, Thomas Bourke’s Coy, Lord Ulick Galway’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 291.
  • BOURKE, Ulick. Ensign, Lord Athenree’s Coy, the Earl of Clanricarde’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 130.
  • BOURKE, Ulick. Captain, the Earl of Antrim’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 160.
  • BOURKE [‘BOURCK’], Ulick. Captain, Lord Ulick Galway’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 291.
  • BOURKE, Sir Ulick. Captain, the Earl of Clanricarde’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 130.
  • BOURKE, Ulick. Lt-Col. Charles Moore's Regiment (formerly Colonel of his own regiment, disbanded and under strength), Ireland 2 June 1690.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820.
  • BOURKE [BOURK], Ulysses. Ensign, Oliver Rochfort’s Coy, Sir Maurice Eustace’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 443.
  • BOURKE, Walter. Colonel, Colonel Walter Bourke’s Regiment of Infantry. To this Colonel and his Regiment was entrusted the custody of the old Castle of Aughrim, on the day of the last battle there. On the formation of the Brigades in France, Walter Bourke was appointed Colonel of what was styled the ‘Regiment of Athlone’ of which Owen MacCartie was Lt-Col. It was distinguished for its services on the Continent. The Regiment suffered severely especially on the Retorto in 1705, where it was forced to yield to the Guards of William, the first of the Prussian monarchs. He died a Field Marshal of France in 1715, whereupon his Brigade went into the Spanish service, and thence into the Neapolitan.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820; TCD MS 2199 f. 29; Childs (2007), 38; D’Alton v. 2, 756-759.
    Classification: French service.
  • BOURKE, Walter. Colonel, Colonel Walter Bourke’s Regiment of Infantry. To this Colonel and his Regiment was entrusted the custody of the old Castle of Aughrim, on the day of the last battle there. On the formation of the Brigades in France, Walter Bourke was appointed Colonel of what was styled the ‘Regiment of Athlone’ of which Owen MacCartie was Lt-Col. It was distinguished for its services on the Continent. The Regiment suffered severely especially on the Retorto in 1705, where it was forced to yield to the Guards of William, the first of the Prussian monarchs. He died a Field Marshal of France in 1715, whereupon his Brigade went into the Spanish service, and thence into the Neapolitan.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 756-759.
    Classification: French service.
  • BOURKE, Walter. Ensign, William Bourke and Francis Baker 2nd’s Coy, Lord Bophin alias Colonel John Bourke’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 514.
  • BOURKE, Walter. Lt.-Col. Dillon's regiment in Ireland, 2 June 1690. Mayo 1690.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820; D’Alton, 37.
    Classification: French Service.
  • BOURKE, Walter. Colonel, Athlone Foot, 1689-91.
  • BOURKE, William. 8th Baron Bourke, LORD CASTLECONNELL. Captain, the Earl of Tyrone’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 205.
  • BOURKE, William. Maj, taken prisoner in the hands of the Provost at Aughrim.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 784.
  • BOURKE, William. Captain, Colonel Charles O’Bryan’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 698.
  • BOURKE, William. Lt, Andrew Atye’s Coy, Colonel Dominick Browne’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 669.
  • BOURKE, William. Lt, Colonel Dudley Bagnall’s Coy, Colonel Dudley Bagnall’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 615.
  • BOURKE, William. Captain, Lord Bophin alias Colonel John Bourke’s Regiment of Infantry. He was afterwards promoted to Majority, and was taken prisoner at Aughrim.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 514, 519.
  • BOURKE, William. Captain, Colonel Henry Dillon’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 242.
  • BOURKE, William. Cornet, Edward Rice’s Troop, Brigadier Francis Carroll’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 431.
  • BOURNE, -. Ensign, Lt-Col Richard Eustace’s Coy, Lord Viscount Gormanston’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 232.
  • BOWAR, Alexander of Kincaldrum. Lt Ogilvy's (Forfarshires) Prisoner, d. Perth prison 1746.
    Source: Rosebery; P1745; Dobson (1995).
    Classification: Prisoner.
  • BOWES, William. Captain at Lille, June 1691.
    Source: Glozier (2004), 241.
  • BOWERS, Francis. QM, William Archbold’s Troop, Lord Dongan’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 256.
  • BOYD, Hon. Charles. Captain and 2 i/c 2nd (Balmerino's) Lifeguard Troop. Son to KILMARNOCK.
  • BOYD, William, 4th EARL OF KILMARNOCK. Colonel, Kilmarnock's Horse. Taken and executed 18 August 1746.
    Classification: Executed.
  • BOYTON, -. Cornet, Butler’s Troop, Robert Clifford’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 402.
  • BRABAZON, William. Captain, Colonel Henry Dillon’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 242.
  • BRADEL, -. Captain at Dunkirk, 1692.
    Source: HMC SP I:74-75.
  • BRADSHAW, James. Captain, Manchester Regiment, later Elcho's Lifeguards. T, Executed 28 November 1746.
    Source: MR.
    Classification: Executed.
  • BRADSHAW, William. Ensign, Manchester Regiment. T.
    Source: MR.
    Classification: Prisoner.
  • BRADY, -. Ensign, Myles Reilly’s Coy, Colonel Art McMahon’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 593.
  • BRADY, James. Ensign, Owen Brady’s Coy, Colonel Edmund O’Reilly’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 745.
  • BRADY, John. Captain, Colonel Art McMahon’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 593.
  • BRADY, Owen. Captain, Colonel Edmund O’Reilly’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 745.
  • BRADY, Pa.. Ensign, John Brady’s Coy, Colonel Art McMahon’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 593.
  • BRADY, Philip. Lt, John Brady’s Coy, Colonel Art McMahon’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 593.
  • BRADY, Simon. Cornet, Colonel Simon Luttrell’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 603.
  • BRADY, Thomas. Lt, Owen Brady’s Coy, Colonel Edmund O’Reilly’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 745.
  • BRAGG, Thomas. Captain of Horse under James II in Ireland. 'Declaration de Noblesse' at Saint-Germain, 18 November 1698.
    Source NLS ACC 5820; HMC SP I:134.
  • BRANAGAN, -. Ensign, Lord John Bellew’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 304.
  • BRAND, James. Major, Hussars. Watchmaker, Edinburgh.
    Source: MR.
  • BRAUGHALL, Edmund. Major, wounded and taken prisoner at Aughrim.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 784.
  • BRAY, Edmund. Ensign, Edward Mandeville’s Coy, Colonel Thomas Butler’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 402.
  • BRENNAN [BRENAN], -. Captain, Charles Moore’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 577, 605.
  • BRENNAN, Edmund. Lt, Sir Luke Dowdall’s Coy, The King’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 4, 577.
  • BRENNAN [BRENAN], John. Lt, George Gafney’s Coy, Colonel Edward Butler’s Regiment.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 564, 579.
  • BRENNAN [BRENAN], William. Captain, Fitzjames' Horse. T 28 April 1746, discharged.
    Source: MR.
  • BRERETON, -. Colonel, 1715. K. Preston.
    Source: CS V. 131; Dobson (1993).
    Classification: KIA.
  • BRETT, -. Ensign, Chevers’ Troop, Christopher, Lord Slane’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 339.
  • BRICE, Simon, QM, Lord Kingsland’s Troop, Lord Dongan’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 256.
  • BRIDGMAN, Winter. Lt, Thomas Magrath’s Coy, Colonel Charles O’Bryan’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 698.
  • BRIEN, -. Ensign, Maj Fitz-Gerald’s Coy, Sir John Fitz-Gerald’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 417.
  • BRIEN, Terence. Maj, Colonel Owen McCarthy’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 682.
  • BRITTAS, Lord -. Captain in Hugh Sutherland’s Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 209.
  • BROGHALL, Edward. Commissioned as Major and ADC (aide-major) Irish Troop of Guards in room of Bada, who retired, 20 May 1693.
    Source: HMC SP I:78.
    Classification: French Service.
  • BROUSDOUN, John. Interpreter and Officer, Irish Picquets. T Carlisle, discharged.
    Classification: French Service.
  • BROWDIE, -. Lieutenant, taken 1690.
    Source: True and Real.
  • BROWN, -. General, 1718. May be identical with one of the figures below.
    Source: HMC SP VI:151.
  • BROWN, -. OC, Brown's Free Company after Limerick.
    Source: TCD MS 2199 f. 55.
  • BROWN, -. Captain, taken 1690.
    Source: True and Real.
  • BROWN, -. Commissioned Colonel of Foot, May 1692, at Dunkirk [?]. Marched to Roussilon.
    Source: HMC SP I:73-75.
    Classification: French Service.
  • BROWN, Ignatius Michael. Colonel and ADC, 1745; CO Picquets. Regular in Lally's; left in Carlisle.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820; MR.
    Classification: French Service.
  • BROWN, John. Lt, Arbroath Coy, 2nd bn Ogilvy's. Tenant farmer in Bolsham, Kinnell.
    Source: G. Hay, History of Arbroath (1876); OMR 1914; Dobson (1995); MR).
  • BROWN, Thomas. Ensign, Arthur Lynch’s Coy, Lord Bophin alias Colonel John Bourke’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 514.
  • BROWN, Thomas. Colonel in 1689-93, Captain of King Louis's company of Dundee's officers.
    Source: Grant (1889).
  • BROWNE, Rev. -. Chaplain, Colonel Nicholas Browne’s, Sir Valentine Browne’s, &c. Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 637.
  • BROWNE, -. Lt, Colonel Sir Maurice Eustace’s Coy, Sir Maurice Eustace’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 443.
  • BROWNE, -. Captain, Lord Kenmare’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 316.
  • BROWNE, -. Lt, John Lacy’s Coy, Colonel Charles Cavenagh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 383.
  • BROWNE, Andrew. Lt, Francis Martin’s Coy, Colonel Dominick Browne’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 669.
  • BROWNE, Andrew. 2nd Captain, Colonel Dominick Browne’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 669.
  • BROWNE, Dominic. Colonel, Colonel Dominick Browne’s Regiment of Infantry, Ireland 2 June 1690.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820; D’Alton v. 2, 669.
  • BROWNE, Francis. Major, Lord Clare’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 310.
  • BROWNE, Henry. Lt, Dominick Browne’s Coy, Colonel Dominick Browne’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 669.
  • BROWNE, Rev. Henry. Chaplain, Colonel Dominick Browne’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 669.
  • BROWNE, George. Captain, Colonel Henry Dillon’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 242.
  • BROWNE, John. Colonel.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 771.
  • BROWNE, John. Colonel in Mayo, 1690.
    Source: D’Alton, 37.
  • BROWNE, John. Lt, Darby Grady’s Coy, Colonel Nicholas Browne’s, Sir Valentine Browne’s, &c. Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 321, 637.
  • BROWNE, John. Colonel, John Browne's Regiment, Ireland. Disbanded early.
    Source: Murphy (2007).
  • BROWNE, Nicholas. Colonel Nicholas Browne’s, Sir Valentine Browne’s, &c. Regiment of Infantry. Son of Colonel Lord Kenmare of Lord Kenmare’s Regiment of Infantry. He was Sheriff of the County of Cork in 1687 anf 1690. In the Parliament of 1689 he was one of the Representatives of the County of Kerry. Died at Ghent in 1720.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820; D’Alton v. 2, 321, 637-638.
  • BROWNE, Patrick. Captain, Colonel John Grace’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 564.
  • BROWNE, Peter. Lt, Robert Bellew’s Coy, Sir Michael Creagh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source
    : D’Alton v. 2, 650.
  • BROWNE, Symon. Lt, Richard D’Alton’s Coy, Sir Michael Creagh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source
    : D’Alton v. 2, 650.
  • BROWNE, Terence. Captain, Lord Kilmallock’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 434.
  • BROWNE, Valentine. Captain, Sir Maurice Eustace’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 443.
  • BROWNE, Sir Valentine, Lord Kenmare. Colonel, Lord Kenmare’s Regiment of Infantry. Of King James’ Privy Council. By patent of the 20th May 1689 he was created Baron of Castleross and Viscount Kenmare, by which title he took the seat at the Parliament of Dublin that year. D. 1694.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 316, 321, 784.
  • BROWNE, Ulick. Captain, Lord Mountcashel’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 95.
  • BROWNE, Ulysses Maximilian. Count Browne was born in 1705 in Limerick, and was called to Hungary by his uncle Count Browne who commanded an Infantry Regiment there. He was present at the Siege of Belgrade on 1717, made Colonel in 1725, and invested in Corsica in 1730. Raised to Field-Marshal by Emperor Charles VI for his services in 1739. On the Coronation of the Empress Queen of Bohemia in 1743 she appointed him one of her Privy Councillors, and nominated him in 1752 generalissimo of all her forces. He was invested by the King of Poland with the order of the White Eagle in 1753. He was wounded at the Battle of Prague in 1757 and died of his wounds two months later.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 322-323.
    Classification: Austrian/Imperial Service.
  • BRUCE, Harry. Colonel, 1716.
    Source: HMC SP III: 99, 158.
  • BRUCE, John. Captain; Ex Lancaster 2 October 1716.
    Source: CS V. 161; Dobson (1993).
    Classification: Executed.
  • BRUCE of Buzion (d1758), -. Trained in Prussian, Captain, Russian service. Active in '45.
    Source: Grant (1889).
    Classification: Russian Service.
  • BRUCE, -. General, Russian service, 1735.
    Source: Grant (1889).
    Classification: Russian Service.
  • BRUDIEU, John. Lt-Col. Taken prisoner in the Provost’s hands at Aughrim.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 784.
  • BRYAN, -. Chaplain, Earl of Westmeath’s, late Colonel Francis O’Toole’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 469.
  • BRYAN, Arthur. Lt, Christopher Jans’ Troop, Sir Michael Creagh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source
    : D’Alton v. 2, 650.
  • BRYAN, Carberry. Lt, Connell Ferrall’s Troop, Robert Clifford’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 402.
  • BRYAN, Denis. Lt, Theobald Butler’s Coy, Sir Michael Creagh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source
    : D’Alton v. 2, 650.
  • BRYAN, Denis. Ensign, James Magrath and Edward Butler’s Coy, the Earl of Tyrone’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 205.
  • BRYAN, Francis. Cornet in James Bryan’s Troop, Hugh Sutherland’s Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 209.
  • BRYAN, James. Lt, James Magrath and Edward Butler’s Coy, the Earl of Tyrone’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 205.
  • BRYAN, James. Captain of Bryan’s Troop, Galmoy’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 95.
  • BRYAN, James. Captain, Hugh Sutherland’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 209.
  • BRYAN, John. QM, Sheldon’s Troop, Tyrconnel’s Regiment of Horse, 1690.
    Source: D’Alton, 40, 94.
  • BRYAN, Lewis. Lt, Joseph Comerford’s Coy, the Earl of Tyrone’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 205.
  • BRYAN, Michael. Captain, Colonel Thomas Butler’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 402.
  • BRYAN, Thomas. Captain, Lord Kilmallock’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 434.
  • BRYAN, Walter. Lt, John Hogan’s Coy, Lord Mountcashel’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 95.
  • BRYDONE, -. Ensign, Stewart's Coy, Perth's. Deserted ?.
    Source: MR.
  • BRUERTON, John. Captain, Colonel Charles Moore’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 605.
  • BULMAN, Richard. Lt, Cornelius Curtain’s Coy, Major General Boisseleau’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 489.
  • BUCHAN, -. Nephew of General Thomas Buchan, Captain in Duke of Berwick's.
    Source: HMC SP V:180.
    Classification: Spanish Service.
  • BUCHAN, James of Auchmacoy. Ensign in Mar's, 1685; Capt-Lt, 1688; Major in 1689-93, Ensign in King Louis' company of Dundee's volunteers. Captain when taken in 1690 (True and Real Account) Nephew of General Buchan. Possibly identical with Major James Buchan at Dunkirk in 1692.
    Source: HMC SP I:74-75; NLS ACC 5820; True and Real.
    Classification: French Service.
  • BUCHAN, James. D. 1726. Major in '15. Nephew of General Buchan. Son of James Buchan and Jean Fraser of Tyrie M. Mary, d of Sir John Forbes of Craigievar and widow of John Ramsay of Laithers. Possibly as above.
  • BUCHAN, Thomas of Auchmacoy (1641-1721). Lt-Col, 1682; Colonel of Mar's Rgt, 1686; Major-General, 1689-91 and following (GOC 1689-91). Ordered to move from Le Havre or Dunkirk to Dunottar or Slains with his forces, May 1692, and a subsistence officer as Colonel Buchan by December. Wrote to Mar on 7 November 1717, 'Nothing in my power shall be wanting for his Majesty's service' (HMC SP I:72, 74-76; V: 180). Third Son of James Buchan of Auchmacoy and Margaret Seton (of Pitmedden). Went to France.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820; JAB.
  • BUCHANAN, Alexander (c1726-). Captain in Perth's, 1745. Son to Laird of Auchleishie, Callander. Imprisoned in Perth, Canongate and Carlisle, shipped on Jane of Leith to London, acquitted but transported from Liverpool on the Johnson, arrived Port Oxford, Maryland, 5 August 1747.
    Source: Rosebery, Scots Magazine 1746, 529; McDonnell Perthshire 1745 notes repeated claims of forcing.
    Classification: Transport.
  • BUCHANAN, Robert. Captain in Perth's, son of Bailie Buchanan of Boghastle Callendar, K Culloden.
    Source: Rosebery; MR.
    Classification: KIA.
  • BULFIN, Lord. Colonel, Bulfin's Regiment of Foot, 1690.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820.
  • BURG [BURGH], Ulick De, Lord Galway. Colonel, Lord Ulick Galway’s Regiment of Infantry. Eldest son of William, Earl of Clanricarde, by his second wife. He was created Baron Tyaquin and Viscount Galway. He fought at Aughrim and died of his wounds.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 291-292, 784.
    Classification: KIA.
  • BURGO, Richard de. Lt, Edward Madden’s Coy, the Earl of Clanricarde’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 130.
  • BURK, -. Ensign, Arthur’s Coy, Lord Clare’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 769.
  • BURK, -. Lt, Arthur’s Coy, Lord Clare’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 769.
  • BURK, -. Cornet, Colonel Clifford’s Troop, Robert Clifford’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 402.
  • BURKE, -. Lt, La Motte Darquet’s Coy, Colonel Charles O’Bryan’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 698.
  • BURKE, -. Ensign, Burke’s Coy, Colonel Owen McCarthy’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 682.
  • BURKE, -. Captain, Colonel Owen McCarthy’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 682.
  • BURKE, -. Ensign, Colonel Edward Butler’s Coy, Colonel Edward Butler’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 579.
  • BURKE, -. Lt, Dalton’s Coy, Lord Ulick Galway’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 291.
  • BURKE, -. Captain, Colonel Henry Dillon’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 242.
  • BURKE, -. Ensign, Miledy’s Coy, Colonel Richard Nugent’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 229.
  • BURKE, -. Adj. in The King’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 5.
  • BURKE, -. Lt, Daly’s Coy, the Earl of Clanricarde’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 130.
  • BURKE, Rev. -. Chaplain, Lord Mountcashel’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 95.
  • BURKE, Rev. -. Chaplain, the Earl of Clanricarde’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 130.
  • BURKE, David. Colonel, fell on the field at Aughrim.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 784.
    Classification: KIA.
  • BURKE, Edmund. Major in Ireland.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820.
  • BURKE, Geffry. QM in Bourke’s Troop, Galmoy’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 95.
  • BURKE, Jeffry. Cornet in Fleming’s Troop, Galmoy’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 95.
  • BURKE, John. Major, Colonel Charles Moore’s Regiment of Infantry. Killed at the battle of Aughrim.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 605, 607.
    Classification: KIA.
  • BURKE, John. Captain, Clare's and Irish Picquets. T Culloden, discharged 1746-47.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820.
  • BURKE, John. Cornet, Colonel Prendergast’s Troop, Hugh Sutherland’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 209.
  • BURKE, Michael. Colonel, Michael Burke's Regiment after Aughrim.
    Source: Childs (2007), 239; Murphy (2007).
  • BURKE, Michael. Lt Dillon's and Irish Picquets. Discharged 1746.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820; MR.
    Classification: French Service.
  • BURKE, Patrick. Colonel, Patrick Burke's, defending Limerick after Aughrim.
    Source: Murphy (2007).
  • BURKE, Richard. Captain, Dillon's and Irish Picquets. T Culloden; discharged 1747.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820; MR.
    Classification: French Service, Prisoner.
  • BURKE, Richard (d1704). 8th Earl of Clanricarde. Colonel.
  • BURKE, Thomas. Captain in Sarsfield’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 131.
  • BURKE, Ulick. Colonel, fell on the field at Aughrim.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 784.
    Classification: KIA.
  • BURKE, Walter. Lt-Col, Colonel Henry Dillon’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 242.
  • BURKE, Walter. Colonel, 1st and 2nd battalions Athlone Regiment of Foot after Limerick.
    Source: TCD MS 2199 f. 55.
  • BURN, -. Ensign, Hugh McGuinness’ Troop, Colonel Art McMahon’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 593.
  • BURN, -. Ensign, Callaghan’s Coy, the Earl of Clancarty’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 114.
  • BURNE, -. Captain, Colonel Charles Moore’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 605.
  • BURNE, -. Lt, Symon Cavenagh’s Coy, Colonel Charles Cavenagh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 383.
  • BURNE, -. Lt, Maurice O’Connell’s Coy, Christopher, Lord Slane’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 339.
  • BURNE, -. QM, Macartan’s Troop, Thomas Maxwell’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 458.
  • BURNE, Barnaby. Captain, Oliver Lord Louth’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 429.
  • BURNE, Ja. Ensign, Symon Cavenagh’s Coy, Colonel Charles Cavenagh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 383.
  • BURNE, Joseph. Captain, Colonel Charles Moore’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 605.
  • BURNES, John. Lt, Strathmore's Bn, 1715 Prisoner, Preston.
    Source: CS V 162; Dobson (1995).
    Classification: Prisoner.
  • BURNETT, John of Campfield (1716-). Captain, Grant's Artillery. Eldest son of William and Anne, d of Sir John Guthrie. M a daughter of the house of Lumsden of Cushnie. T, Carlisle and P, Newgate. Pardoned 13 October 1748. In exile in the Netherlands subsequently; returned Aberdeen.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820; MR; McDonnell NE.
    Classification: Prisoner.
  • BURNETT, Robert, jr. Cornet in Aberdeen Horse Troop, 1715; merchant in the burgh.
    Source: McDonnell NE.
  • BURTON, Thomas. Lt, John Mackewy’s Troop, Robert Clifford’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 402.
  • BUSBY, - de. Lt-Col, Colonel Thomas Butler’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820; D’Alton v. 2, 402.
  • BUSSY, or De Bussy, -. Lt.-Col at Le Havre, 1692. Colonel on Subsistence Officers list, December 1692.
    Source: HMC SP I:74-76.
  • BUTLER, -. Colonel, fought at Aughrim.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 784.
  • BUTLER, -. Ensign, Richard Butler’s Coy, Colonel Richard Butler’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 768.
  • BUTLER, -. Lt, Butler’s Coy, Colonel Richard Butler’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 768.
  • BUTLER, -. Captain, Colonel Richard Butler’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 768.
  • BUTLER, - Junior. Captain Colonel Richard Butler’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 768.
  • BUTLER, - Senior. Captain, Colonel Richard Butler’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 768.
  • BUTLER, -. Lt-Col, Colonel Richard Butler’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 768.
  • BUTLER, -. Lt, Colonel Edward Butler’s Coy, Colonel Edward Butler’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 579.
  • BUTLER, -. Lt, Butler’s Coy, Major General Boisseleau’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 489.
  • BUTLER, -. Captain, Major General Boisseleau’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 489.
  • BUTLER, -. Captain, Robert Clifford’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 402.
  • BUTLER, Archibald. Captain in Nairne's Regiment, 1715. Prisoner at Preston.
    Source: CS V. 161; Dobson (1993).
    Classification: Prisoner.
  • BUTLER, Edmund of Kilcop (d1725). Major, King’s regiment, Irish Brigade, later Field Marshal of Cavalry, France.
    Source: D’Alton, 105.
    Classification: French service.
  • BUTLER, Edmund. Captain in Sir Michael Creagh’s.
    Source: D’Alton, 99.
  • BUTLER, Edmund. Captain in Owen MacCarty’s.
    Source: D’Alton, 99.
  • BUTLER, Edmund. Cornet in Sheldon’s Troop, Tyrconnel’s Regiment of Horse, 1690. Major, the King’s Regiment in France.
    Source: D’Alton, 40, 73, 93.
    Classification: French service.
  • BUTLER, Edmund. Lt in Edward Butler’s Troop, Viscount Galway’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 95.
  • BUTLER, Edmund. Major, taken prisoner in the hands of the Provost at Aughrim.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 784.
  • BUTLER, Edmund. Captain in John Grace’s.
    Source: D’Alton, 99.
  • BUTLER, Edmund. Lt in John Grace’s.
    Source: D’Alton, 99.
  • BUTLER, Edmund. Lt, Philip Dwyer’s Coy, Colonel Dudley Bagnall’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 99; D’Alton v. 2, 615.
  • BUTLER, Edmund. Lt, Grenadier Captain Edmund Butler’s Coy, Colonel Edward Butler’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 99; D’Alton v. 2, 579.
  • BUTLER, Edmund. Captain, Colonel Edward Butler’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 99; D’Alton v. 2, 579.
  • BUTLER, Edmund. Grenadier Captain, Colonel Edward Butler’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 579.
  • BUTLER, Edward. Colonel, Edward Butler's Regiment of Foot, 1690. Possibly identical with the Lt.-Col. On the spring 1692 list and the Colonel Butler on Subsistence Officers' List, December 1692; son to Viscount Mountgarret. His Regiment was engaged on the 4th May 1691 in a skirmish with Major Wood of the Williamite party, near Castle Cuff, who reported his success on that occasion. On that occasion the regiment was commanded by John Fitzpatrick, then Major, who successively was appointed the rank of Captain
    Source: NLS ACC 5820, HMC SP I:74-76; Childs (2007), 104; D’Alton, 99; D’Alton v. 2, 579-580.
  • BUTLER, Edward. Captain of Edward Butler’s Troop, Viscount Galway’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 95.
  • BUTLER, Edward. Captain, the Earl of Tyrone’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 98; D’Alton v. 2, 205.
  • BUTLER, Edward. Lt in Sarsfield’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 98, 131.
  • BUTLER, Edward. Ensign, Bryan O’Bryan’s Coy, Colonel Dudley Bagnall’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 99, 101; D’Alton v. 2, 615.
  • BUTLER, Edward. Ensign, James Power’s Coy, Colonel Dudley Bagnall’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 615.
  • BUTLER, Henry of Radcliffe. Captain.
    Source: Dobson (1993).
  • BUTLER, James. Colonel, James Butler's Regiment, Ireland. Disbanded early.
    Source: Murphy (2007).
  • BUTLER, James. Duke of Ormonde. Spanish Captain General. In Spain, 1719.
    Classification: Spanish service.
  • BUTLER, James of Dunboyne, Captain in Purcell’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 98, 239.
  • BUTLER, James. . Lt, Richard Butler’s Coy, Lord Kilmallock’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 99; D’Alton v. 2, 434.
  • BUTLER, James, Cornet in Purcell’s Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 98, 239.
  • BUTLER, James. Master of Horse to Louis XV.
    Source: Szechi (2019), 194.
  • BUTLER, James. Captain, Colonel Thomas Butler’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 99; D’Alton v. 2, 402.
  • BUTLER, James. Cornet in Bellew’s Troop, Tyrconnel’s Regiment of Horse, 1690.
    Source: SOURCE: D’Alton, 40.
  • BUTLER, James. QM in Edward Butler’s Troop, Galmoy’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 95.
  • BUTLER, James. QM in Callaghan’s Troop, Hugh Sutherland’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 209.
  • BUTLER, John. Lt-Col, brother of Colonel Thomas Butler of Killcash. Fought at Aughrim.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 784.
  • BUTLER, John. Captain, Colonel Denis MacGillicuddy’s regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 764.
  • BUTLER, John. Captain, Colonel John Barrett’s Regiment of Horse; Captain of a Grenadier Troop at Aughrim; in the Tower, 1695; D’Alton v. 2, 684.
    Source: D’Alton, 99.
  • BUTLER, John. Ensign, John Grace’s.
    Source: D’Alton, 99.
  • BUTLER, John. Ensign, John Fitzgerald’s Coy, Colonel Edward Butler’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 99; D’Alton v. 2, 579.
  • BUTLER, Piers (1652-1740). Lt.-Col. Viscount Galmoy. Brigadier, 1689-91. Queen’s Regiment of Horse in France, 1692-98.
    Source: D’Alton, 98.
  • BUTLER, Piers. Captain, Piers’ Butler’s Troop, Galmoy’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 95.
  • BUTLER, Piers. QM in Fleming’s Troop, Galmoy’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 95.
  • BUTLER, Piers. Lt in Sarsfield’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: SOURCE: D’Alton, 98, 131.
  • BUTLER, Piers. Cornet, MacNamara’s Troop, Lord Dongan’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 98, 256.
  • BUTLER, Richard. Colonel.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 770.
  • BUTLER, Richard, 5th Viscount Mountgarret. Colonel, Colonel Richard Butler’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: Murphy (2007); Childs (2007), 196; D’Alton v. 2, 768.
  • BUTLER, Richard. Grenadier Captain, Lord Kilmallock’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 99; D’Alton v. 2, 434.
  • BUTLER, Richard. Captain, Lord Kilmallock’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 434.
  • BUTLER, Richard. Captain, Colonel Thomas Butler’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 99; D’Alton v. 2, 402.
  • BUTLER, Robert. Captain, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 99; D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • BUTLER, Theobald. Lt in in John Purcell’s Troop, Purcell’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 98, 239.
  • BUTLER, Thomas. Captain, Sir Michael Creagh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source
    : D’Alton v. 2, 650.
  • BUTLER, Thomas. Colonel, Thomas Butler's Foot, 1690.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820; D’Alton, 82, 99.
  • BUTLER, Thomas. Miles de Coursy’s Coy, Major General Boisseleau’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 99; D’Alton v. 2, 489.
  • BUTLER, Thomas. Ensign, Richard Fanning’s Coy, Colonel Dudley Bagnall’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 99; D’Alton v. 2, 615.
  • BUTLER, Thomas of Killcash. Colonel, Colonel Thomas Butler’s Regiment of Infantry. Fought at Aughrim.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 402, 784
  • BUTLER, Toby. . Ensign, Richard Butler’s Coy, Lord Kilmallock’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 99; D’Alton v. 2, 434.
  • BUTLER, Walter. Colonel in Kilkenny, Wexford, 1690.
    Source: D’Alton, 31-32.
  • BUTLER, Walter. Captain, the Earl of Clancarty’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 99; D’Alton v. 2, 114
  • BUTLER, William. Captain, Sir Neill O’Neill’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 99, 299.
  • BUTTER, Alexander. Officer, Atholl Brigade. From Faskally.
    Source: MR, ChronAtholl.
  • BUTTER, Archibald of Pitlochry. Captain in Nairne's Regiment, 1715. At Preston; prisoner at London.
    Source: NAS RH 1/2/494: Irvine-Robertson papers; Dobson (1993); ChronAtholl.
    Classification: Prisoner.
  • BUTTER, Patrick. Officer in 3rd bn Atholl Brigade, 1745. Younger of Kinhard. Acquitted or Pardoned.
    Source: ChronAtholl, MR.
  • BYERLEY, -. Captain at Dunkirk, 1692.
    Source: HMC SP I:74-75.
  • BYRES, Patrick of Tonley (1713-) Captain then Major (?) in Stoneywood's, 1745. Son of Robert and Jean Sandilands, d of Patrick Sandilands of Aberdeen. Escaped; served in Royal Scots in France. S of Robert Byres and Jean Sandilands. M 1733 Janet Moir, d of 3rd laird of Stoneywood and later Jean Abernethy of Mayen.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820; MR McDonnell NE.
    Classification: French Service.
  • BYRNE, Garrett. Captain, Earl of Westmeath’s, late Colonel Francis O’Toole’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 26, 469
  • BYRNE, Sir Gregory. Captain, The King’s Regiment of Infantry. Attainted in 1691.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 4, 26.
  • BYRNE, James. Captain, French Service. Discharged 1746-47.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820.
    Classification: French Service.
  • BYRNE, John. Captain, the Earl of Tyrone’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 205.
  • BYRNE, John. Captain, Earl of Westmeath’s, late Colonel Francis O’Toole’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 26, 469.
  • BYRNE, Patrick. Lt, Bulkeley's, 1745. Prisoner, interned at Berwick. Discharged.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820.
    Classification: French Service, Prisoner.

Dataset classifications

  • British Army
  • Deserter
  • Diplomat
  • Executed
  • KE: King’s Evidence
  • KIA: Killed in Action
  • Naval
  • Prisoner
  • Service for foreign power: Dutch, French service
  • Transport